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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, October 1, 1971-: NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 9B NEW YORK (AP) - N«* York Stock • Exchana* AbbtLb 1.10 ACF Ind 2.40 Ad Mlllls .20 Address 40g Admiral Aeti»l-f« 1.60 Air Prod JOto Air Red .tog Akzona la Alcan Alum 1 Alleo Cp -10g AlltsLuct 1.40 AllegPw 1.36 Allied CrtlJO AlliedStr 1.40 AlllsCh .20s .'i Alcoa !.»<> AM BAG .50 AmHvss J22d AmAIrl Mp A Brnds 2.20 AmBdcst 1.20 Am Can 2.20 A Cyan 1 25 AmEIPw 1.7» A Hom« 1.70 Am Heap .2* A MtICIXT.40 Am Motor* ANatGas 2.20 A smelt 1.90 Am Stand .40 AT&T wt Am TJYT 2.40 AMF Inc 1 AMP Inc .64 Ampex Corp Anacond .50p Anch HOCK 1 Ancorp -4tb ApoeoCp .14 Arch Dan 1 ArmcoStl 1 Armst CK .•* Ashld OIL 150 Assd OG 1.20 lat» pricw: Salu »« (hdj.) 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'10 11'A 11% 11*> • 253 18% 18'A 18% . —W— Jn Pac Cp 2 Unlroyal .70 US Gypsm 3 US Indust .60 US PlyCh -84 US Smslt 1 USSteel 1.60 8SRS.-S? -5 23% ** ** + «• Up|ohn 1.6» Varlan Assoc VendoCo .30p VaEIPw 1.12 WachCp 1,20 22 'ill* 40% 61'A + % 204 75!A 74% 74'/« 21 20% 20'A 20% + 'A 142 32 30'A '31% +!« 38 327. 32% 32% „... vsssz-xs £ ™ ™ ^±* WarLam 1.30 WashWP 1 M WstnAIr 2.19f Wn Bane 1.30 Wn Union 1.40 Williams Co WInnDx 1.74 Woolwth 1.20 Xerox Cp .80 Zale Corp .64 Zenith R 1.40 9 46'A 46 46'A — Vt 30 44% 43% 44% +1 447 SO'A 49 —XYZ— 365 116% 116 105 42 101 49 SO +1 11644 +Wt 41% 49 Vt iopyrlshtcd by Tne-AssoclalejPress 1971 Ovcr-tht-C.unter Browning Arms ... tquity OH First Security Corp. Morrison-Knuds en 14.00 10.75 45.25 17.37V4 Asked 5.50 11.25 46 00 Investment funis AffMiafed Fund American Inv Axe Hpusriton Capita 1 ! Life Div. Shares m-eyfous • • €«ton 4 Howard Bal. faton * Howard Stk. . Fa'rrfield Fidelity Cap Fidelity Trend .-• Fin. Dynamics Fin Ind. Fwid IDS K-st • • Mantia'ttart Fund Mass. Inv. Growth .. Mass. Inv. Truss- Putnam Crov.»h •Putnam Inv Rowe Price Stesdrran Growth Security £q. Fund ... Sup. Inv. Growth ... Value Line Spec Wellington Western Ind Winfield . 7.14 S 65 5.76 12.U 16.46 10.16 13 95 16.34 12.U 24.29 ,4.37 3.82 8 75 5.20 5 76 12 79 14 06 10.72 8.50 15 78 27 89 3.82 7 56 5 'tl 11.44 5 96 ,4 3O 3.75 Keystones I 7.72 5 65 6 26 13 30 17.09 11.1O 15.25 11.30 13.27 26 55 4 39 i 20 9 54 5 26 6 31 13 98 15 07 11.72 9.29 15.73 27.85 4.19 8 28 5 93 12.50 6.51 4.70 4.09 | Asked 2 TO J Solid Gains Scored On Wall Street , NEW YORK. (AP) — 'Stock market prices . moved solidly ahead today in moderate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at 2 .p.m. was up 6.36 at 893.55. Advances outnumbered declines on the New York Stock Exchange by nearly; 2 to 1. Big Board prices included International Telephone, up % to 55%: Electronic Data Systems, up 3% to 53%; Bausch & Lomb, down 2 7 / 8 to 132%; Fannie Mae, up 1% to 74Y4; and Amerad Hess, off %. to 53%. American Stock Exchange prices included New Process Co. down 4 to 87; Guerdon Industries, up 7s to 37%; Arctic Enterprises, up 1% to 43%; An- •gelica, up Va to 31%; and >mmodore, up Vs to 19. OBITUARIES Theodosio Herrera Theodosio Herrera, 78, ^of-332 Patterson, died Thursday at the McKay Hospital. .. Mr.. Herrera was born Oct. 12,. 1892, in Lumberton, N.M., a 11 ^ son of Vicente and *>• Antonia Olgln Herrera ^ He was married jo ^ Bernardita Florcz. He had resided ir Ogden the past 10 years and had been a Keystone K2 Keys-rone SI Keystone S2 10.75 10 72 8.59 21 .65 11.74 9.42 NEW YORK (UPI) —It is difficult to see how President Nixon's Phase Two program can .avoid a showdown with organized labor, particularly in the auto industry where a seven .._ per Cent wage bOOSt is I Frionds may call at the morluary Monday scheduled for the fourth quar-1 fn ™J* ^^ , 2hcp M 0rgjn city c^- ter, . observes Argus Research i tery. Corp. If 'Phase Two is to accomplish anything at all, it must slow the rise in wages from the MinnMM i.S 108 121 121% 124'A +2;A MinnPLf 1.30 MpbllON 2.40 Mohas 1;lO Monsant 1.80 McntDUt 1.88 WontPw 1.68 MorNor .80 Motorla .40 MtPuelS 1.80 MtStaTT 1.36 McitAlrln .10p Nnt Can .45 NalCashR .72 Nc.t Distil .90 Nat Fuel 1.6J 25 78 7 /« 439 45'A 44'A 44'A — Vt Na[ G en | .20 121 427. 42*« 42%— Vt Nat Steel S.M 4» 15 14'A 14'/« — Vt Natomas .25 257 357. 34 35% +V}» NevPaw 1.S4 18 23 22 7 /. 23 Ncwberry 1 32 44% *4'/i t*Vt + Vt NfcnsEI 1.54 -S 13Va 13'.'» 13'A + Vt Newmnt 1.04 14 39 38*i 3> NIng MP 1.10 21 (Mt 224 29'A tfit 4*. — Vt it-vt y>vt + «. V. 79 4534 45'A 45% + 134 44'A 44'A 44% + '/« ML Ind 1 Norfolk W S No Am Phil 1 NOAmRK 1.40 36 43 3 A 48Vi 48'/2 ..... 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Allied Stores Arlan's . ......... CCI Marqinrdt Con., Freightways .. DH Morrt* . . Denver & Rio Grande Grant, W. T. Co. .. Montana power Mountain B«H Te!. . Mountain Fuel PIE PiWsbury Revco . 5.20 5./0 STOCKS H iah ..llV* ..35 .. 5% .. 5% . .49V4 . .23=A ..23% . .*OV 8 . .28% ..22% ..39% . .26V4 ..5oy» ;.35% Stanray -1 5Vi Utah P&L »Sv Utah Construction ' 69% Vorrrado . 2W8 lOV V 11% MiA 5% 5Vi 4S'/2 23% 23% 59% 2SV4 22V3 39% 26 50% 35Vn 33% 15Va 33% «9'/2 28 Ust 11% 34% • 5% 3'A 4B1/2 23% 23% 60 32% 39% 26 50% 35% 34 33 ' 69% 28% STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by Tht X In Associated Press ^ d. 15 12 Utll. *u Stock* +1 3 +.4 + 9 +1.2 tyil 193.8 131.0 324.7 """474.1 193.2 130.1 323.5 175.3 195.J 131.0 375.3 ""...4849 202.1 134.4 334.1 <03.» 128.3 127.4 263.5 505.5 203.3 152.2 336.4 „ 67'A 67 47'A + 50 24V. 23'A 24% + 'A 47 34 35% 36 + % 39 53% 55V. 58% + *> 221 24»i 24'A 24'A + '/« 23 44% -*»'A 46Va + % 47 2»'/. 2» 2S'/« -r % 49 30 29'A 30 + * 45 17'A 17 17 120 34% 33'A 34% + 'A 207 45'A 44'A 44% — Vt 31V. 30% -30% 103 291 41 21 21 — '/» 47% 467. 47% +1 ,. 27'A 27 27 — 'A B 237'A 237'A 237'A —1 f. 1? 11'A 11% + % 32% — Vt 31Vx — Vt 74 12 S 33 32% 74 31% 31'/« 30 29'A 2>7. 29 10 ?% 82 19'/« 1' 161 32% 32'A «0 12 11 —D— 27 »'/! TVt 184 45 44 10 IB'A It 29 23% 23 22 47% — 32% — '/« 12 +1 T/K — Vt 45 +1 18Vi -1- % 23% + Vt OlvoediJ 1.54 OXIa GE 1.24 OkloNGs 1.24 Olm Corp .83 OmarKIn .62f Otl« Elev 2 Outbd Mar 1 Cwer, Cng .75 Owen III 1.35 PscGEI 1.S4 Psc Ltg 1.60 PecPwL 1.4x PacT»,T 1.20 PanAmS .20p PsnAm WAlr Panh E 1.80 Penn Cent Pcnn Dix .«1f Penney JC 1 PaPwLt 1.40 PermzUn .80 PepsiCo 1 " Pfiier .609 Phelps D 2.10 Phila El 1.64 PhiiMorr 1.20 275 U'/. — '/« 6 23% 23% 23% + '/. 55 44% 44'A X4'A — Vt 19% + Vt .... 19V.— V, . 23VS 23'A + Vt lOS'A 109 + Vs 8% 8% — Vt «7. 19% 19'A 19% 19V» 59 73 24 3 23 45 109 23 SVt 70 33 32% 32'/« 64V. <4'A — % 41 71 70 70% — % S 32'A 32'A 32'A + % 73 22'A 21% 2J'A + % 34 ISSVi 153% 155'A + Vt 26 22% 22% 22'A — Vt 36 10 »'/• 10 + 'A 163 19 1«'A 18 7 /. — '/. 234 M S4 7 /. 87?'. " 41 41% 40% 4J — Vt 20 21% 21% 21% + Vt 39 17V. 17 17V. 11 24% 15% 24% + % 123 74'A 74% 74'A + Vt 174 4l'/« 4TA 41'A • 20 54% 73% 24'/» • 123 49 45 49 ^37% 34% 37% + % ) 8'A «'A 8'A + V. 11 9% 59 43% 131 44% 11 22 70 54 75 29 , —V. .C'A 42'A — % <4V. 44V. — % 53% 54 28% 3S 30V. 29% 30V. . 15 4J% 42V. 42'A + Vt S 43% 43% 43% + % 45 29'A 16 16 15% 15*a — Vt 23470% 49% 70V. + % 93 22% »'A 22% + % 227. 22'A 22% + Vt 11 23% 33% 23% — Vt J 20% OO'A 30V= — Vt 151 21% 31'A 21'A — Vt 11 13 12% 13 + Vt 20 41Vi 41V. 4IV4 .... 45 39% 39 39% + % 100 50% 50 =0'/« ... 25 527. 52'A S2% + Vt —P— 42 29 7 /. 29% 29'A + % 9 33% 23'A 23*s 37 33% 33% 33V. — Vt 64 22'/« 22% 22'/a + Vt 75 17 147. 147. .. .. 14 11% 11% 11% + 'A 859 10% 10'A 10'A + Vt 90 337. 32'A 32'A — % 47 6% 6'A 4% + V. 9 10'A 10 10 — Vs 198 49% 49'A 49% + 'A 60 23% 23% 23%. .. .. 198 257. 24% 257. +l'/n 114 65'A 64'A 65'A + V. 149 39% 39'A 39'A 113 37'/. 36'A 36'A —1 745 21 20% 21 + % 63 46 4SV. 65% Net change Noon Fri. . Prsv. Day Week Aqo . Month Ago Year Ago . 1971 High . 1971 Low . $0 IT :-:::;*o »M BOND AVERAGES Compiled by Tl 20 Rails Net change +.2 '.'.'.'.'438.8 138.0 130.1 288.1 WALL STREET CHATTER farmer. H a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. , Surviving a r a his widow of Ogden; ths following j o n 3 arui daughters: Eddie Her- Joe Paul R. Herrera, E. Herrera, Mr: Joe R. (Carmel) -Lucsro, Mrs. Joe F . garda) Valder, Mrs. Vaughn (Rosalia)-Ashley, all of Ogden; Mrs. Roy (SalotnrKSar- rara, Houston, Tex.; 55 grandchildren and 61 great-grandchildren. Mass of the Resurrection will be offered Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Holy Rosary will ot recited Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn where friends' may call Sunday from 7 to p.m. and Monday until 9:45 a.m. Burial will be in Ogden City Cemetery. Elizabeth R. Smith LAYTON — Mrs. ElUabcth (Bessit) Robins Smith 88, .of IS. Ellison, died Thursday morning «t the McK»y Hospital in Ogden of natural causes. . ' . Mrs. Smith w»s born Aug. 25, 1883, m Kaysville, a daughter of Ch a.rl t« W. and Clara Alder Robinj. . She was married to William C. Smith on April 16, 1931, in the Salt Lake LOS Temple, He died March 16, 1949. , She was a member of the Layton 4th IDS Ward and had been a , Sunday School and Rei lief-Society work e'r and member of the Genealogical Society. Surviving, are on» s t t'p d aughter, Mrs. Erma Charles, Ogdeni « grandson whom she reared, Paul C. Smith, Kaysville; one other grandchild and- six great-grandchildren; one sister. Mo. Clarinet (Grace) Two Purses Taken Hazel Hirschi of 4125 S. 600 W. reported to Ogden police the theft of two purses containing $26 from her car while parked at 533 26th. Forbes, Layton. Funeral services be conducted Satur- B day at 2 p.m. in 1h> Layton 4th Ward Chapel, 275 Park, with Bishop Reed Mur. dock officiating. Frionds may • call at Lindquufs Kiysvllli ,.,„ «.„,„...,,. | • - --- i Mortuary tonight from 7 to 9 and Saturday from '12 noon "to 1:30 p.m. Burial will bi In the Kayjvillt-Leyton Memorial Park. Dewey Wheelwright Dewey Wheelwright, 73, of 2557 Fillmore, died Thursday at the McKay Hospital following a short illness. «!.. t»^^i Mr. Wheelwright was born June 16, 1B93. i UrlTel P. Norton in Ogdon, a son of Solomon and Annie | • • Hazel Cecelia . ., ._ Eva Chsdwick on Aug. 117, 1937, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. For the past 20 years he had c'.vncd and 'operated Dewey's Lunch [n Ogden, He wa; a rruimber of ths LDS Ogden Easl Stake. High Priest Quorum and the 33rd Ward, and a member of the Ogden Eagles Lodge. Surviving are his widow of Ogden; one son, Charles D. Wheelwright, Seabrook, Tex.; two grandchildren; one. brother and one sister, Albert S. Wheelwright, Ogden; Mrs. W. D. (Annin) Buckley, Provo. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Larkin Chapel of th» Dawn with Bishop Clair 'E. Rosenberg of the 33rd Ward officiating. seven per cent rate of the first half to about five, to six per cent, the firm said. The United States may yet gnee to at least consider a mudest rise ounce gold in the price ?35 to per win cooperation of other industrialized nations in the international money market, said Shear- son, Hammill & Co. The firm said Treasury Secretary Connally's attitude on gold seems to have softened a bit since the London International Monetary Fund meeting earlier in September and "he may be listening to the argument that there should be a gold price increase rather than dismissing it out of hand." The fact that the Stock Market was oversold after six straieht davs of decline recent«8.5 UB.U iju.i ""•• jiUtHgill. uaj>;> Ui u^,^ 4441 143.5 145.6 290.6 ]„ d oes not prevent it from "" "" 113 - 2 221J increasing its oversold condition i press ! as it has several tim.es this UTAH DEATHS Associated Press Bernice L. Smith, .49, Salt Lake City Lisadore A. Campbell, 85, Salt Lake City Barbara L. .Tuft, 45, Salt Lake City C. X. Boyle, Payson BRIGHAM CITY - Mrc. Prcece Atkinson Norton, 74, of 35 E. 2nd N., died Thursday night in the Cooley Hos P 'Mrs. Norton was born Nov. 9, 1896, in Preston, 1 d a h o, a daughter of John Isaac and Elvira Elizabeth Hickman Preece. She was rrtflrried to Philip B, Atkinson on Nov. 1, 1914. He- died July 5, 1935. She was m a r r ied to Willianv Alanson Norton on July 17, 1937, in Logan. The marriage was solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple on Sept. 11, l'95B. Surviving are ons daughter and one son, Mrs. Russell (Dorothy) Wise, Vallecito, Calif.; Donald ?. Atkinson Ogden; 11 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters William Preecc, Salt Lake City; Oral M Preecc, Carmsl, Colif.; Mrs. Zola. Christen sen, Provo; Mrs. Vylda Nelson, Boise, Idaho Funeral services will be held Monday a 11 a.m. in the Brigham Cily 8th Wan Chapel with. Bishop Frank Forsgren of ficiating. Friends may call at the Btaine Olsei Funeral Chapel Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m and Monday prior to services. Burial will be In the Brigham City Ceme. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICI OF PIIILIC HIARINt Notice Is hereby glven;.that it 1s th» In. entlon of the loirtl of Weber County Com- mlssloners to annex to Hooper Wlttr Improvement District tht following described and Ir. Divls County and Webir County, Utah, ihe arej and boundaries of which in tt follows: Wiltr Caimty A portion of Sictlora 2, 3, 4, 5, B, 9, 10, 15, 14 «nd 17 of Township S North, Rang* 2 West, Salt Lake »as« and, Meridltn, described as follows: • Commencing at a point on the Southerly boundary of the Taylor-Wait Weber Water mprovemant District, 1320 feet North and 1980 feet West of tht Southeast corner of Section 5, Township 5 North, Range 2 W«t; thenc. along tht Tiylor-Wtst Web«r Wattr Improvement District boundary tnd tht Hooper Water-Improvement District as follows: West, 1320 feet; South, 2820 feet; West, 1320 feet to. » point on the Hooper Water Improvement District boundary; thenct South, 3780 feet; East 2640 feet and South, 52«0 feet to the South line ol Section 17, Township 5 North, Ranae 2 West; thcivct East, 7920 feet along the South lint of Sections 17, 16 anc 15, to « point 640 feet East of tht West lint of Hid Section 16; thence North, 5280 feet parallel wWi and distant 6oO feet from the West lint of Section 15 to the North lint of said Section 1o; thenct Northeasterly to < point 660 fttt North and 660 feet e ast of trrt• Southwest corner of Section 2 Township S North, Rangj 2 West; thence North parallel with and distant 460 fee from the West line of Section 2 to a point U14.71 feet from the South lint of Sec tions 2 and 3; thence West, 843 feet along the South lint of Hie Clay Ranchetlts Sub Svision; thenc. South, 10 feet West "' thenc "' Inez M. Harwood, 80, Salt — : Lake City LeRoy H. Davis, 42. Provo Annie N. Ellis, 64, Salt Lake City M. Clark Newell, 91, Provo Margaret M. Stoddard, 87, Salt Lake City Marion Y. Robison, 6, Salt Lake City .Eliza H. Gibson, 96, Salt Lake City Pearl P. Howell Noon Frl. 50.1 rev. Day . 49.9 Week Ago . 50.1 Month Ago . 49.? Year Ago . 50.5 971 High . 51.3 971 Low . 48.1 1970 High . 57.2 1970 Low . 46.7 Phnl Pet 1.30 154 3CP.4 30Vi 30*» + Vt PltneyB .6S 34 2tVt 23Vt 24'/a + '/» Polaroid ".32 149 103'/B 102'A 102'/< — Vt PortGEI 1.38 PPG Ind 1.40 PrcctGm 1.50 PubSCol 1.12 P iv EG 1.44 Publklnd .iOf Puetlo In .3» PugSPLt 1.84 Pullman 2 QUHtor .50 20V. 20 JO'/. -H V, 138 45 42*4 '45 +!'/< 77 72 70 3 /. 72 +1 42 41% 31 Slti + * 445 26'/. 25% 2«i + Vz I 5*t 5'A 5'A 14 16'A 16V« 16'/» 11 28* 28'A MVt 4- '/< 11 53% 52 Vt »Vt + V, +.1 B1.9 Jl t SI.7 82.0 77.3 84.1 79.7 82.6 74.1 92.B 92.8 92.8 91.8 88.3 93.1 88.4 91.4 87.4 78.8 78.8 78 DOW-JONES AVERAGES STOCKS 30 Industrials 20 Transportation ...... 5 Utilities 65 Stocks BONDS 40 Bonds ... — 10 Higher grade rails — ID Second grade rails ... 10 Public utilities 10 Industrials !t» " B n "yd. I summer, said E. F. Button & • - i Co., Inc. In. such a lethargic investment climate, the most constructive thing the market could do is stop going down and provide evidence 'of finding support and- ending its downside momentum, the firm said. +.1 84.5 »4.6 34.3 84.7 79.1 85,5 82.5 83 0 75.2 RANDOM REFERENCES ...891.21+4.02 237.634-0.50 .110.53+1.22) ...304.82+1 43 | 71.11+0.01 ..51.07+0.09 ..64.55+0.05 ....86.72—0.03 ....82.13—0.05 NEW"YORK -(API — Noon New York M l £k«t EXCh '" 1! " > ' ndM: -+" ««* MBrKCr i_ _ jj _ — Index Industrial • Transportation Utility VITAL STATISTICS 54.554-0.22 1 CHICAGO GRAIN 1 17H R.lstonP .70 Ranco Inc .92 Raytheon .60 RCA 1 Reading Co Rdg Bate .55 Reich Ch JO RcpubStl 1.40 Revlon 1 Reyn Ind 2.40 ReynMrt .40 Ro«nST 1.28s Rohr Cp .80 RoyCCOIa .54 RoyDut 1 04g Ryder Sy JO Safeway 1.30 StJoeM 1.50 StL Sa F 2.40 StResIsP 1.60 Sanders Ass& Sa Felnd 1.60 SanFelnt .30 SchurPlfl .90 SCM Corp SCOA Ind .60 21 33'A 33 33 — Vt 9 21'/i 21 Vm 21'/» — Va CHICAGO (AP) - Trie possibility that a prolonged strike of longshoremen might deplete stocks of grains brought strong y. i Buying activity into commodity ' iutures on the Chicago Board of 59 37V. 37 »79 37'/. 36= 9 SVt 81 16 tr/t 271 31 9'A ? 41 23 7 /n 37 27% + Vt higher; corn gained c-^-- -, n r n :ent and oats moved ifgjffd. 105 ° 140 2W4 ItVt 31 37 36*1 37 -M'A 7 21'A 257 62V. 61 13% 13%. 13'A + V« tXVt 42% 42% + % 57% 57V. 57'A + Vt 21 Vj — Vt _. .... -. 62V. + *> 130 34% 34H 34% + Vt 44 35*. 35V. 35% — Vt HVt 83V« «4tt +1% 22% 22'A 22% + Vm -" — Va + Vt + Vt 217 M 230 30V. 29% tO 27'A 27V. 27V 3 30V. 30 30 181 S3 44'A t 11 tt 41>A 53V. 52*i 52« 44'A 44 44'A tff£ 11 40'/« XI — Vt Iff, + Vm 15% + V, 32V. + Vt 187 33% 33Vi 33'A— Vt 72 S 15% 32Vi GfWMt fM GtWnUntt .90 Grn Giant .94 Grayhoond 1 GrummnCp 1 Gulf Oil 130 GUStUtll I.M Gulf Wn .40 GlfWnlmJ wt Halllburt 1.05 Harris Inf l HactaM .50f Harcules .75g Htubleln -S5 3« 31'A 30% 31'A II 60W. 59% <0 120 23% 23tt -JO 1 , A3 28% Jl'/a 28V 2 24 24 24 Vi -t- Vt n 2.20 Searl GO 1.30 SearsRo 1.40 Shell OH 2.40 Shell Tr .158 SherwWm 2 Signal Co .40 SlngerCo 2.4» Smith KF 2 Sony Corp SCar EG 1 33 SouCalE 1JO South Co 1.24 SouNGas 1-4D Southn Pac 2 SOuthrnRy 3a SptrrR .550 SCjuareD .80» Squibb 1.50 StBrsndj I.M Std Kollsman StOllCal 2.80 StOlllnct 2.30 StOllNJ 2.7Mg StdOIIOh 2.70 Stauf Ch I.M SterlDrus .80 StevensJ 1.50 StudWor 1.20 SunOII Ib SurvyFd .239 Swift Co 70 14 19 187. 19 + Vt Syitron Donn '72 23'A 22% 22'A — V. 20 17% 17V. 17% ' •• J25 27'A 27 >j 21V. 21 ill — it SJ 27 24*'» 24% — Vt —H— 132 47% 44% 47'A + Vt 14 57Vi it% • 1S 15 — s 24 52Vi 52'A 52'A — Vt 143 44'A 42 43'A — % . Ho»rnW»l .90 j HO« Electrn ij Holldylnn .2J • HeltySus .3Co Honywll 1 30 HousehF 1.20 HousLP 1.32 Howmet .70 IdahoPw 1.70 Ideal Bas .40 ill Cant 1.14 Imprt Cp Arm 3 24'A 24'A WA — Vt -f Vt — Vt 19 13 127» 13 243 44'/i 43% 44 2 14 14 14 158 24 23'A 23% — ' 133 109% 10S 108 +1% 72 52 51% 51% —Vt 117 43Vi 42% * 14'A- 14- 4- If A + Vt 15 3S7t- 33'A 33% + % 21 17% 17% 37% 37% 37% — Tampa El .10 Tektronix Te-ledyne ,63f T»lex CP T«nneco 1.32 T«xaco 1.40 TexETrn 1.52 Tex G Su! .40 Taxaslnit .80 TexPLd .50s Textron .90 Thlokol .40 Thrift Dr .70 TlmisMlr .50 Tlmkcn 1.8 Trans W Air Transmra .55 +TA + Vt 22 V>'/t 10% 10% 62 32 31% .32 + '/. 61 40'A 40 40 — Vt 52 81% tl al% +1 55 17% 17'A 17'A + 'A 24 12% 12V. .12% + '/« 74 1»'A 18% 19'/1 + Vt 134 68 *4'A tiP't +1% 28 49Vi M'/i 49V. + Vt 184 W/. ?3'A 93% 51 43 7 /.' 43% 43% I 34% 34% 34% ^- Vt 28 48'A 47% 47% — Vt 40 17Y. 14% 17Vi + Vt K 49'A 48'A 43% — Vm 28 SSVt 5«'A 541A + Vt 145 18V. 17% 18 + Vt 15 24 23-t* 24 + 'A 124 29% 2?H 29*i + ft 153 21'A 20'A 21Vi +1 M 44'A 43'A 44'A + % 28 42% 42% 42% 41 BTVi Be% »7'A +1 J07 24% 257/s 2«V. 54 '28% 28% 28% + Vt 97 81 79% 80% +!'/. 24 43% 43fti 43'A .. 3 4'A 4'A 4'A -. 133 S4'A 55% 54 — Vt 74 45'/« <5'A 45% .. 251 73% 717. 73'A +1'A 53 15% 85 «5'A + Vt 27 43% 43 - 43V. — Vt 134 45% 45 45'A 14 27 24'A 24% + Vt B54 51% 49'A 51% + Vt II 54'A 5»'A 5»'A + Vt U 5% 5'A 5% + Vt 72 42'A 42 42V. + Vt . 24 .15% 15% 15% + Vt -r- 22 23'A 22% 23 — V. 3 35 35 35 + Vt 205 21'A 20>/« 21'A + % 112 13% 13'A 13% 114 25 24% 24% + 'A f07. ,32V* 3T/» 32V. 113 '40% 40'A 40% + Vt 134 IS 14% IS — Vt f> lOJVt 104% 1077. + % 1 17V. 17Vi 17V. + Vt 34 31 7 /» 31'A 31'A — % 104 14'A 14 14V. — Vt 9 24 23'/» 24 1 47V. 47V. 47V« + Vt 44 42% 42V. 42% 581 30 T /« SO'A 30% — 154 19 .18% 19 + Vt Trade Friday. Prices were highly active. After several up-and-down moves in ranges, of 1 to 3 cents, soybeans and - wheat closed around Wx higl J around % cent up around 4 cent. The weather also was a factor 'in some of the selling. A 30- day forecast indicated that generally favorable weather would prevail in Otcober over the midsection of the country where the biggest. rops. are grown. At the close, soybeans were up around 1% cents, November 3.10 7 A; wheat gained \Vz cents, TrICont 1.77g 53 27% 27% + Vt TRW Inc-la 83 35'A 3SV. 35'A + V. Twent Cent UAL Ine UMC Ind .72 Un Carbide 2 Un ElK 1 28 173 10'A —U— 141 40% 10 10'/. + Vt 40Vi 40'A — Vt S 19% 19V» 19% + Vt 343 43% 43V. 43V. — Vt 54 1»% ll'A 18'A — '/« 401 14% 14 Vt UnOilCal 1.6C 49 33'A 33% 33% — V» BIRTHS MCKAY HOSPITAL Backus — Greg and Janet Griffin, 442 S. State, Clearfield, ..... ,girl, Sept. 30. .37.35+0.25) ingoldsby — Ronald and Pa- "••"•"-"'tricia Berger, 210 W. 5250 S... boy, Sept. 30. Martinez — Rosendo and Orpha Martinez, 253 Franklin, girl, Sept. 30. Ogan — James and Lynda Holmes, 259 E., 4650 S., boy, Sept. 30. Rowser — Robert and Dccene Chisholm, Morgan, twins, boy 'and girl, Sept. 30. Stonebraker — Jeffrey and Rosetta Stephens, 2533 Porter, Cheryl Webster Caldwell, 23, 516 8th. forfeited $35 on a failure to yield charge. Professional Prescription Service. Ask about our "Senior Citizens Plan" . . . Charge accounts with a tax accounting. Frse delivery service. Prescription Center, dial 393-8436. (adv.) | ' Following too closely was the i charge for which Carrie Ann Pack, 16, 1657 Wildcat Lane, has forfeited $35 in Ogden City Court. "Attention Hunters: Hunting in Scare Canyon Ranch Association area permitted for association members & their parties only. PORTAGE - Mrs, Pearl Elizabeth Parkinson Howell, 73, of Portage, died at the McKay Hospital in Ogden Wednesday of natural causes. Mrs. Howell was born Oct. 29, 1897, in Portage, a daughter of David «n<j Annis Young Parkinson. She was reared and educated in Portage. She was married to James H, Howtll on June 20, 1921, in the Logan LDS Temple. Mr. Howull died In Mty 1963. She had lived in Portage mos! of her life, and in Brigham City from 1960 to She was a member of the LDS Church and had served as Primary organist. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Robert M [Audrey) Erickson, Knysville; seven grandchildren; her mother of Brigham City; two brothers and two sisters, Oran t. Parkinson, Portage; David E. Parkinson, l Seattle. Wash.; Mrs. Elda Nelson, Brigham iCity; Mrs. Myrtle Thomas, Clearfield. i Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Ponsst LOS Ward friends rrv» y call at the Rogers Mortuary in Tremonton tonight from 7 tn 9 end Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Burial will be in the Portage Cemetery. n- thcno south, lu teei; menu „•„, 365 feet; thence South 49.2 feat thence West parallel with and distant 1320 feet from the South lines of Sections 3 4 and 5 to ttis point of beginning. Davis Ccunty A portion of Sections 19, 30 and 31 of Township S North, Range 2 w«sl; portion of Sections 23, 24, 25 and 36 o Township 5 North, Range 3 West; a por tion of Section 1, Township 4 North, Rang 3 West and a portion of Sections 6 and 7 Township 4 North, Range 2 West, Sal Lake Base tnd Meridian, described is fo Commsncins «t the point of^ tnfersectio of the East line of laid Section 19, am the Weber-Davis County line; thence Wes along the said Weber-Davis County line 14 480 feet to a poitn East 1360 feet from the West line of said Section 23; thenc South, 2000 feet, more or less, lo 1h South lin« of said Section 23;-thence East 5200 feet; thence South 2640 feet-to th South line of the North one-half of Sectio 25, Township 5 North, Range 3 W«t thence East 33.40 feet; thence South 858 feet; thence East 2640 feet; thence Sout !s280 feet; thence East 1320- feet; thenc North 5280 feet; thence E-ast 1140 feet more or loss, to thi Southerly prolongatlo of the Westerly line of Wesl Point Town thence North 8580 feeti thence East 66C I feel; thence North 4640 feet, more o i less, to the Davis-Weber County lini, boln a boundary corner of the Hooper Wate Improvement District and the point of br ginning. Notice, is further given that « publ hearing will be held on the 14th day 0 October, 1971, at 10:00 a.m.. In the Boar Room of the County Commissioners, Webe County, Utah, Municipal Building, Os«n Utah, a-t which time all Interested partie may appear either in support of or i opposition to said Intention to annex. Any taxpayer or person w'rthin said Di trier or within' the aforesaid areas propose to be annexed affected by the propose unnexation may, on or before the dat flxod for said hearing, protest against th lexotion of the said areas to such Di Wet (LECTIOM NOTICI HOOfir. WAYI* IMPKOVIMEHT DISTRICT, UTAH Take noNc. that on Hit 19th .oay «f Wooer, 1971, « iptcltl bcrnd election will htld In tht Hooper Wttef Improvement strict, Utah (hereinafter referred Jo as t "District"}, tt th» placei »et forth be-. w for tflt' purpose of tuomlttlng to 1ti« alifled electors of the District tha follow; g proposition conctrninj ttit Issuance of Water Rtvenue Subordinate Bonds to b« yablt tolely from operating' revenues de- iri from Hit proposed w«ter lystem: PROPOSITION Shall the Board of Trustees of Hi* Hooper Wattr Improvement District, Utah, be tuthorlzed to Issue Wit«r Improvement Subordinate Bonds of nid Djrtfict in the imount of not to txcted TWO HUMORED KVEWTY-F1VE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($275,000), bMrln« interest «t a rat* or retes not to exceed eight per cent (8%) per annum, end out and payable in not to «xceed Forty (40) years from the da<« of said bonds, tald bonds to b« paysbl. solely from operating revenues of th« District »nd In no event to bt a genera! obligation of the District or payable from tax proceeds, which bonds «ri to be issued and sold for the purpose of defraying part of the. cost of «quiring and corriWuctlnj Improvements, tddltions and extenslonj to Hit District's water system? Tht Hooper Water Improvement District es within iht westerly portion of W-ebcr ounty, Utah and on 1*e d«tt of lha laid ection wlH also include territory In tha ortherly portion of Davis County, Utah If ending proceedings for the unnexttion of uch Davis County territories to Hie District re approved and completed «s required by aw. A description of the afeas In Weber nd Davis Counties which lie or will lie f such annexation is duly competed) Ithin the District is on file «t Ihe otfict f th« Weber County Recorder «nd Devis .ounty Recorder. S»W election wilt be held t the following polling places In Pavis ounty and Weber County, Utah end th« ersons Indicated as follows will «ct « lection officials: girl, Sept. -30. . . — Raymond and Gayle boy, December 1. corn gained about % cents, December 1.13%; and oats were % higher, December 69V4 cents. OMAHA LIVESTOCK . . Off ret —Jay and Myrna Maxwell, 6071 S. 2200 W., Roy, boy, 01 — FUNERAL NOTICES SMITH — Funeral services for Elizabeth in writing, signed by the taxpiye ui person affected, which protest shall b filed with the Weber County Clerk. If, a or before the time fixed for said hearln written protests are received signed b more than twenty-five per cen* (25%) o the real property owners within tne Di Kiel or the areas proposed to be annexei the annexation shall not be accomplished. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF WEBER COUNTY G. T. FROST (George Frost, Chairman) ATTEST: (SEAL) WENDELL L. HANSEN (Wendell L. Hansen, County Clerk) By: E. TRUDY FIMLINSON Pub^Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1. 1971. S ~~Noriei OF TRUITEE'J SALE The following described property will sold at public auction to ttie highest bi rns-SnTw-;,, cTSuc^ « *r , th, Weber C,,n,y C—e 0 at 2 p.m. in the Layton 4th Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Lindquist's Kaysvillt Mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 and Saturday noon until 1:30 'v.m. Interment in the Kaysville-Layton Memorial Park. Funeral director L-indquist's Kaysville Mortuary/ _^ - Members may pick Up-decals at 325 39th' Street, Ogden. Marie , Harris. Sec. Treasurer, (adv.) in the Ogden City Cemetery with Rev Nolan Jones officiating. Friends may call at (hi Myers Mortuary one hour prior to the services. Funeral directors Myen Mortuary Failure to appear in court on an improper lookout charge has caused Vonda LaRue Talbot, 18, 41 W. 950 North, Layton, to forfeit $35. Wheel chairs, cratches, rib •cages, elastic hose, prescriptions. Free delivery, Prescrip tion Center. Phone 393-8436 or — JHOLLtV — Funeral services for Estella K. 399-1126. (adv.'i Sam Devries, 18, 2509 A Ave., has forfeited $35 in Ogden City court for failure to appear on an improper lookout charge. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Livestock quotations -Friday: Hogs 6,000; barrows, and gilts strong to 25 higher; 1-3 200-240 Ib 20.25-20.50; 2-4 240-275 Ib 19.50-20.-25; . one lot 34 around 295 Ib 18.50;' sows steady; 1-3, mostly 2-3 325-400 Ib 16.75-17.50; 1-3 400450 Ib 16.50-17.00; 2-3 450650 Ib 16.00-16.50. ; Cattle 1,800; 1,500 feeders, 300 slaughter; calves 200; load slaughter steers steady; cows steady; load choice 1,050 Ib steers 32.65; utility and commercial cows 21.00-23.00; canner and cutter 18.50-21.00. Sheep 50; not enough on offer for a market test. Estimates for Monday: Cattle 9,000; Hogs 8,500; Sheep 1,200. UTAH-IDAHO GRAIN EXCHANGE Oct. .. Slate — Richard and Christine Peterson, 553 N. 7*. E., Morgan, girl, Oct. 1. ST. BENEDICT'S HOSPITAL Salazar — Pete and Donna Rae Randall, -878- ; 26th, girl, Sept. 30. Cotfle — Derrel and Colleen Painter. 6064 S. 2275 W., Roy, boy, Sept. 30. OUT OF TOWN Tuck—Elaine .and Elizabeth Brown of Renton, Wash., for- merly'of Ogden, boy, Sept. 27. Marriage Licenses Daniel Dean Moss, 19, and Jann Heslop, 17, both of Ogden. Steven. Ray Hill, 20, and Carol Lynn Miller, 17, both of Ogden. Lynn Albert Meldrum, 48, Ogden and Inez Lorenchia Lane, 45, Brigham City. Jack Stephenson Marshal!, 21, Victorville, Calif., and Elizabeth Anne Johnson, 21, Layton. James Russell Stabler, 23, and Nancy Lee Galke, 19, both of Layton. •Robert Jerome James, 26. Ogden, and Judith Melanie How-1 ell, 23, Hill Air.Force Base. Andrew Milton McCrady, 26, and Susan Kay Close, 23, both of Ogden. Roger Ira Price, 26, and Patricia Lenore Bosler, 16, both of Ogden. ' • • | African Violets, hospital and birthday gifts. 474 4th St. (adv.) : flJHTHF „. . Wheat ielivired Oaden . Trutk Ildi No. 1 Red Ord. Protein 1.39 No. 1-Red--10-Protein -.I' 3 ' No. 1 \ Red 11 ,Protein -}<« No. i: Red 12 Protein •« No. 1 White Wheat . . No. 2 W. Barley, 4o or B 2.23 (Wheat..per.,-buslnl, barlay ptr-cwt.) Ogdcn car »rrivals: Wheat 16, iarlcy 4. Total 20. bail posted against the offense of 'traveling too fast for existing conditions. Soroptimist Club of Ogden Rummage sale Oct. 1 and 2. Marshall White Center 222 28th Holley will be held Saturday «t 1 P.m. at Lindquisf and Sons Colonial Chapel. Friends may call ar the mortuary Fnday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial in tht Oaden City Ceme. ury. funeral directors Llndquist and Sons. BRYHER — Funeral services for William Joseph Bryner will be conducted Saturday at 11 a.m. In the Chanel of- Flowers Mortuary with Bishop Rex Kohlcr of the 8th Ward officiating. Friends may call at the Chapel of Flowers Friday from from 7 lo 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. Inlcrment will bi in the Aultorest Memorial Park. _ ROSS-Funeral services for Aurelius C. Ross will be held Saturday »! 11 a.m. «t Lindquist & Sons Colonibi Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to service. Burial in Idaho Falls Cemetery. -Funeral Directors Lindquist & Sons. HENDRICKS — Graveside services for R»y- man A. Hendrickj will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Ogden City Cemetery. • at Lindquist & Sons Saturday from 10 to Frionds may cal Colonial Chapel 10:45 a.m. St. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (adv.) 02 — FLORISTS And The Flowers Are Furnished By Olive and Mark Klenke Fioral Executrix of thi Estate Ralph 0. Altebury, Decease RALPH J. LOWE Attorney for Executrix Pub. Sept. 17, 24. Oct. 1,9,1971 12955 Washington Phone 394-3474 Running a red light has cost H^^OOWER SHOP Ifred Llwis Searle, .52...972 N.j .J'^YS FLOWER SHOP Airreu .uew«> ucanc, "<., •*•- *•. •,-». p. nt_ ^01 ooxn Orchard, forfeiture of $35 bail. '«30 -25th St. Ph. 621-2360 CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP) — -Wheat No 2 hard red 1.5Jj%n; .No 2 soft red 1.43%n. Corn No 1 yellow 1.11; No 2 yellow 1.11. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 70%n. Soybeans No 1 'yellow 3:06%n. Soybean oil 12.47D. ANNOUNCEMENT Bad Weather Has Caused Postponement of the PARADE OF HOMES UNTIL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5th den, Utah, on Tuesday, October 19, 197 ,1- the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon of sa ' A part of the Norrtiwest quarter of 1h Southwest quarter of the Northwest qua ter of Section 27, Township 6 Nort Range 1 West, Salt Lake Base and W ridlan, U.S. Survey! Beginning at 1h intersection of the East line of Harnsc Avenue and the North line of 21st Stre in Ogden City, Utah, which said pc-mt 511.2 feet South and 123.3 feet Ea from me Northwest corner of said Nort west Quarter of th« Southwest Quart of the Northwest Quarter of said SectK 27 and running thtnce Nortn along tn East line of Harrison Avenue 170 fee thenc. East 128 fe*t; thence South 17 feet to tht North line of 21st Stfee- thence West 128 feet to the point of b Purchase price payiblt in lawful mom of th« Trustee By: MILO E. PASKETT Commercial Loan Officer Pub, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8, 19TL ^ NOTICE TO CHIDITOKI Can Nt. 12514 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECON JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR THE COU TY OF WEBER, STATE OF UTAH. In the matter of thi wta.1t of Ralph Attcbury, deceased. . Creditors will present claims with vouc ers to the undersigned at 1 101-09 Fir Security Bank Bldg., Ogden, Utah, on befora the 10th day of Otcember, 197 claims must be presented In accord«n with the provisions of 75-9-5, Utah Co Annotated. 1953, and with proper verific 51 NOTICI TO CKEDITORS FrokiK Hi. 131»1 Btate of Lucy Jane Davies, deceased. Creditors of Lucy Jane Davies, deceases will present claims with vouchers to 1C undersigned «t the offices of Yoyn Thatcher i Glasrmnn, i»orn«jf «* J» 1016 First Security Bwk. BMg., Ogde Uteh, on or before three months a-tter _t d-ate of the first publication of this notic cl*lms must be .preserved In iccordan with the provisions of 75-9-5, Utah Coc Annotated, 1953, und with proper verific tion as required -therein. MAMI'E D. OLSE«, formerly Mjm D Brown, >lca Mamie L. Brow Executrix of the fetati of Lu Jane Devies, Dec«*sed. BLA1ME V. GLASMAWN, JR., OF YOUNG, THATCH'W I. GUSMAWN ' 1018 First Security B-ank Sldg. Ogden, UMh 844O1 arff.yi'T^jgi. si ike Theft Told Kelly Trlb« of 2840 Buchaflan eportea to Ogden polic-e the left of a 10-specd bicycle from ,at address. LEGAL NOTICES BAVII COUNTY . illlnf flic. 4454 'West 300 Morth West Point) Home of Umar Paict Election Offici.Ii Resell* Paice Junft Thurgood E«a Dshl .WEBER COUNTY Polling Pl.ct Election SM4 South 55OO Welt torn, of Glenn Cullens Offkl.ls Margaret CuHent Donna VanDeGraff Vclml Reed Tht poll: at each polling place shall b" rpen between the hours of 7:00 o'clock i.m. and 8:00 o'clock p.m. There is to be no specUl registration el /olers for such election and the official jgister last njade or reviled shall constitute the r«oister for such election, except that the County Clerks of Davis County and Weber County will register at their offices during the regular office hours, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and except during the ten-day period Immediately preceding the bond election, any person who on -Iho.day of election will qualified elector and will register such persons as provided by law. The said County Clerks will make available or will cause the registration agants to make available at ttie above-described polling places « registration list or copy hereof listing all rejlstered electors en- <itled to use such palling places. Notice is further given that on Thursday, Hie 21st day of October, 1971, that being within ten days after said election, tfce Board of Trustees of th« Hooper Water Improvement District will meet at its regular meeting place In Hooper, Utah, at 7-00 o'clock p.m., and canvass the re- rurns and declare the results of said elec- ti0 civen by order of the Board of Trustees of the Hooper Water Improvement District, i, this 22nd Clerk Section 4. Thai the ballot to be used for the purpose of voting, on the bond proposition shall comply in all '«pects witn We Utah Municipal Bond Act (ind jhall bt in substantially the following rm ' PROPOSITION Shall the Board of Trustees of' 1 " Hooper Water Improvement District, Utah, be authorized to issue Water Revenun Subordinate Bonds of said District in the amount of not to exceed TWO HUN- DW-B SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($27-5,000), bearing interest at a rate or rates not to exceed eight per cent 18%) per annum, end due and payable in not to exceed Forty (40) ywrs from The date of said bonds, said bonds to be payable solely from operating revenues of the District and in no event h> be » general obligation of the District or payable from _ tax proceeds, which bonds are to be issued and sold for the purpose of deiraymg. part or the cost of acquiring and constructing improvements, additions and extension! to the District's water system? Fir tht Issuance of Bonds ( ) Against tht liuiinca cf Bends ( ) To vote in favor of the bonds mentioned In Hie foregoing proposition, pl«c» a cross (X) in the square after the words. "For the Issuance of Bonds" opposite such proposition. To vote aoainst the bonds, place a cross (X) in the square after th« words "Against the Issuance of Bonds opposite such proposition. (On the reverse shfc of the ballot) OFFICIAL BALLOT HOOPEft WATER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, UTAH WATER REVENUE SUBORDINATE BONDS 1971 GLENN V. CULLENS Clerk J.ction I. Th« Clerk be and Is hereby authorized and directed to commymcati. such Instructions to said Judges of such special election K may be necessary to enable them to properly conduct such election canvass the votes, and certify results thereof to said Board of Trustees of ,he Dlitrict is required by law, and that said Clerk shall cause ballots to be printed in the form prescribed and furnish said ballet* in such numbers as are «?""« £y i«w to the Judges of said election « be fumishtd h. Hie qualified electors thereat, md that said Clerk shall also provide ballot boxes, poll books; and «H stationery necessary foTthe usa of the Judges of said ' IC Ittt?(Hi «. Only qualified electors of *• Hooper Water Improvement District shall be permitted to cast « vote, »t such election. There is to b: no special registration of voters for such election and. the off - ci«! register last made or revised shall constHute Si, register for such election *vr»nr that ttie County Clerks of Davi» County and Weber County wMI register .tthiir offices during regular office hours, except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays ST.«S**.Tn. *. tenW period im- ^'d^whfon- f <£"# t« tion will be a qualified elector and will rteister such persons as provided by law. 7h£ said County Clerks will make available or wiH caus. the registration agents " rnik. .viilit.lt at 1*. .bove^escnbed tiHed to use such voting place. J.ttl.n 7. ImmeOlstely after the polli iri dosea 1 tht juOoej of election shall pro- int end canvass the votes cast ~CASI NO. *437 NOTICE OF MCARIN& BEFOtt THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS''?n N £ n^feV of th. am.nded .pollca- tion of Gary C. R-asmussen, dba R&R tx- press for « certificate of convenience and necessity 'h> operate as a common motor carrier of property in intrast*t» commerce. Notice is h.r«by given that, the above entitled amended application wiH be htard before We Public Service Commission of Utah at IH h-Mvlrtg room, 330 East 4Mi South St., Salt Luke City, Utah, on Tu.!«ay, Ihe T2th Jay of Oetebtr, 1»71, timmtlK- tag at 10:04 a.m. Applicant proposes to operate as a common OTlTitr by motor vehicle, for the transportation of Items of persorwl property of 100 pounds or less per shipment for each shipment over irregular routes from Ogden, U*ah to Oearfleld, Utah, and from Clearfield, Utah, to Salt Lake City, Utah, and from Salt Laka City, Utah, 10 aearfield, Utah, and-from Clearfleld, Utah,.to Oaden, Utah, and from Si-It Lake City, Utth, to Ooden, Utah. Cleirfleld, Ut»h, includes the. rreeport Center servinc the Intermediate point of Syracuse, Utih. By ord«r of rtie Commlsnon. Dat«l at'Salt Lake City, Utih, this 2«1h day.of September, 1°71. .CUGEME S. LAMBERT (Eugene J. Lambert, Secretary) Attorney of Record: BAR-RIE G. McKAY • McKay, Burton, McMurray d Thurmnn £00 Ktnnecctt Bldg. - S*lt Uke City. Utah 84111 Pub. Oct. l,-2, 1971. 5J26 meet on iTiursuoy IM<..-••.-• -"' j- --• f.- 1971 1h»t being within 10 days after said clectios, at its regular meeting, pla« in Hooper, Utah, to canvass 1hi.votes cast tt the flection and declare the results th Vertl'.n 1. The Board of Trustees hereby Wiw"improvement Olitrict (as the.s.m. hi? b™ enlarged and will exist on th* d»t. of the election). For a period of 30 days after such publication any person in interest shall have Hi. right to contest tha legality ot such rtsolutlon or any action a° en pursuant thereof, but after such tim. no one shall have -any cause of action to contest the regularity, formality or I.- oallty thereof for any cause whatsoever. JKtI.n. ». All acts and resolutions In conflict wllh this resolution or any part thereof are hereby repealed and this resolution shall take sffect Immediately upon ih passage and approval. PASSED by Hie Board of Trustees of th. Hooper Wattr Improvement District, weh, • no approved by its Chairman this 22nd day of September, 1971. E. A. VAN D€ GRAAFF •• • Chairman ATTEST: (SEAL) GLENN V. CULL€t« Pub. S*pt. 27, Oct. 1, S, 1971. 5117

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