The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 10
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 10

Ogden, Utah
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Friday, October 1, 1971
Page 10
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IOA Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday,, October 1, 1971 1 : MEDALLIONS commemorating the driving of the Golden Spake are presented by : Brigham City Mayor Olof E. Zundel (center) .to Navajo Tribal Council member ' George Elatero at dinner meeting Thursday.. .At left is Intermountam School : -Supt°Jerry'L. Jaeger. Tribal Leaders Tour Navajo School Pledge -Full Support' X Movies Increase Business LAYTON—Theaters can't .afford to run family-type movies on a regular basis, two Layton theater operators told the Layton City Council Thursday night., The council had asked Aaron .-^ Woodward, present ..operator of ? the- Layton Theater, and Paul ; Diaz; the manager from whom 1 he took over a month ago, to IT meet with the council and dis-JJ cuss the X and K-rated movies [T presented there during the past 11 month. . ; il Mayor Lewis G. Shields cau-11 tioned the pair that continuance I of the showing "of the adult- A rated movies could stir up pub-!I lie concern which the council would have to recognize and act on. SUNDAY NIGHTS Mr. Diaz is still operating the theater on Sunday'with pro- g.r'ams of Spanish-language movies. About 7,000 letters were sent out to prospective patrons asking about their interest in gen- .eral audience movies -which Mr Diaz had sponsored for the past year. Mr. Woodward said only 17 direct replies to the let- iters were received and 134 i cards were finally sold through the help of the letters and other advertising. ' The pair said the family-type j movies have been losing from $50 to $175'per week "andi there's no point in trying to| stay in business that way." Mr Woodward said he is booked through, October, but plans to cut back on the, num- ber of-X and B-rated movies and Mr. Diaz, said they: draw during-November. The, adult-only type movies "three, : four or five times as well/' Patrons- are coming from • ^ij^j-, . aUUlL~Ulil¥ tVMvi -LJ.IW T-I^V IT^"« . *• **i,*w«.*ij MJ.V* •*• — ——--Q . have inore than doubled attend-! Ogden, Roy and Clearfield to ance, Mr. Woodward said. He!see them—.,. Records •- BRIGHAM CITY — Six Nav- Ijo tribal leaders, in a joint Statement, told a gathering Sere Thursday an inspection of Jptermountain School revealed -'no-desire among the majority 5f "students or staff to close the. school." 1- Also, • Mayor Olof E. Zundcl pledged support both- from his city and the Golden Spike Empire and," in turn, gamed an invitation from Navajo leaders for Brigham City officials'.to jrisit.-the Navajo reservation this month. * DINNER MEETING ;- The comments were made at a dinner meeting hosted by Brigham City Corporation and Chamber of Commerce Thurs- senior class Brown de- Intermountain's president Bobby scribed the school as .the "best school I've ever been to;" . Mayor Zundel told the meeting Brigfeam City has'supported Intel-mountain School .over the past 20 years "not for its economic value but because we are interested in the development and education of the young people." He said support does not come from Brigham City alone, but the four-county Golden Spike Empire, Utah's congressional, delegation. Gov. Calvin Rampton and the state at largs. Mayor Zundel also requested and "gained a welcome 'or Brigham City officials to visit the Navajo reservation and af- Tapes 3 59 v $ 1 57 MAX stereo 3214 Wuihinaton Blvd.—621-58*5 DUCK HUNTERS! START THE HUNT OFF RIGHT BAG THE PRE HUNT SPECIAL WESTERN PALACE 'TOUR HOME AWAY.FROM HOMl" CANDY MARTIN and the KSOP \VRANGL6R5 . " Thtir., frl., Set. 1 p.m.-I a.m. HAPPY HOUR 2 FOIt 1 •very night 7 p.m.-* p.m. Cv/iict b;- Candy and Virgin!* Martin 2425 GR.c.:.''i AVE. FOR RES. 621-9449- * Bacon • Hash Browiu * Toast • 1 Cup of Coffeo .... 99c CHRISTMAS BANQUET RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED 1839 Wash. Blvd. 392-7945 " Across fh» River Bridg" "THE INN" PUBLIC SUPPER CLUB Th« Inn Plaea SATURDAY the cancellation, of a similar trip last year, due to badj weather. i The mayor noted that improvements suggested by Navajo Interagency School Board members-last year were being implemented. These include opening of the school's west gate and creation of a 20-25 acre park on the undeveloped west side. KAYSVILLE—Army Pvt. William R. Van Velkinburgh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Van 3ay that climaxed a four-day j tend ^ s month's meeting of the tour of the school by Indian of-1 Navajo Tribal Council, ficials. | The request was prompted fay .'About 50 , persons attended! the-fathering including rep-i M;| ; t ary policeman resentafaves of the Navajo Tri- ' bal Council and. -Education Committee, Inter mountain School and Brigham City offi-— ,--,-~,;-v; ^ f j c'ials Weber County, represen-Ve kmburgh of /SO E. Oxford fatives and news media. -Drive here, has been assigned •-'Navaio leaders toured the!to the 170th Military Police school this -week for a first- Company at the Presidio of San hand inspection in the wake of Francisco. Calif., for training as a lawsuit filed in "federal court | a military policeman. Jast spring seeking closure of the operation. 1 In the joint statement, tribal officials blamed outside influences and "few dissenting staff jneinbers" for the rash of critical attacks, and pledged complete support of Intermountain and its new superintendent. Jerry L. Jaeger. - STUDENT WELFARE .- Navajo Tribal Councilman I €eorge Platero praised the Student Council leadership at Ihtermountain, adding that the welfare of Navajo students was the'top tribal concern. • Similar comments were .offered by tribal official Robert BUlie and Navajo Area Office representative Bob King. ^(vMVO^tl WtXOTXA Lew Monicos • SPECIAL • TOP SIRLOIN STEAK & LOBSTER $ 4 SUPPER CLUB — AND— FAMILY RESTAURANT • Superb Seatool and Steaks Fist. Courteous Sanict MlXJC'AN AND NOW r THE REAL.THING! KCPX and IRVING GRANZ In association with ROBERT STISWOOD & MCA. INC. presents ANDREW-LLOYD WEBBER & TIM RICE'S N fJ ESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR m CONCERT PRESENTATION 'OF THE ROCK OpeWk Castof 52, Including Yvonne Ellimaa and others of the original cast album, full orchestra and choir. Entire production under supervision of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rica TUES.,OCT. 12 8 P.M. 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