The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 28
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 28

Ogden, Utah
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Friday, October 1, 1971
Page 28
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Roy to Accept Services In Lieu of Penalty Fee ROY — The City Coun cil|s u bs e qu ent $2,000 penalty Thursday night decided to ac-1 amounted to nearly a 10 per cept future sprinkler, installation services in lieu of a $2,000 pei> ally assessed by the city ID a local construction Firm. Varsity Construction was over a month behind schedule in completing the installation of sprinklers at Roy's new Sand Ridge Park this summer. As a result, the city ruled that the company had not adequate effort to live TJP to its share of the contract and invoked the $7S-a-day penalty last Jun«. cent bite .out of the company's profits. Councilman Dennis Chugg said he favored leniency and urged payment of the full amount if Varsity Construction would make a $2,000 compensation on work p 1 a n n e d f or a sprinkling system at Roy North Eark sometime next year. Wording the motion, Councilman W. Dale' Bingham called, for the waived penalty to be covered by future services t.o 1 16B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday,. October 1, 1971 Against Poverty istration would establish a nol. executive uu <*.„*„. - — ~o~" i«y encouraging "excellent ^'re- 'Area Community Action Com- lations with otljer agencies." H. C. Massey, 34, was elected director of the Ogden All told", the instalaltion was jthe city; approval was unani- originally bid at $21.000: theimous. H. C. MASSEY Elected Director mitteey ; at • "avboard %£ trustees?' meeting Tharsday^-night.., % ; Mr. ;Masseyr-was-ieleya,ted"-,tb ! the top.position:fronvhis job^as assistanlrdirector to <James ' H. Felsted>. who - resigned;' -in September, to enter' private business.. ... '.- -' . The-executive director supervises'-the: administration of some . $600;0001 federally funded-, programs ; through fee' 'Office of Economic Opportunity'.' . areas with/total Mr. Massey said his .admit*.-, 1 timaited. at 18,000 L PLEDGE SUPPORT, Her pledged ':bis support;'in. keeping his office' open- to ,new programs and ideas 'that ma3' better; combat poverty "in 'the Ogden..area:'. , .'. ."We need the .'.community's support, and : understanding.,, as we continue the war on poverty," Mr. Massey said: .'• ••• " '. 'The Ogden Area 'Committee; serves;' primarily, four 'areas 'with, total population es- Programs include Head Start for pre-school age.: children, comprehensive youth and econ-1 omic development,. ..Neighborhood', Youth ."Corps; .emergency food ; and medical services. •Opportunities are provided in the'field job development, education, training,,'family planning; health:- care, "assistance to the elderly.^and civic action at the" neighborhood level. •r A native of • Goldwater, Miss., Mr Massey .attended Kentucky State College and. Idaho State University.'.' He' received -• bis I bachelor of science degree from Portland State Colege and teach-1 er's certificate from University' of Portland.' SERVED AS COUNSELOR He served as a'youth counselor at Estracada, Ore.,, then 'became an instructor at the Cleat-field Urban Job Corps Center operated by Thiokol Chemical Corp. ' ' He was named assistant -director of the Community Action Program in July. 1967.' James Skarstad, chairman of the board of trustess. presided at Thursday's meeting in the Village Building, headquarters of Community Action'. He said the executive director's position had been/widely advertised with 26 .applicants- responding. A personnel con- mittee reviewed the applications, reduced the number- to seven, conducted interviews. then decided to present three candidates for the board's con- sidgration. =^i , ' ' " SHKK LINGERIE for adult< only "BOUTIQUE 21" Washington.»lv4. ONE POUND BAG DIAMOND NORWICH REDUCING PLAN WALNUT MEATS AYDS CANDY Fresh walnut meat • halves • and . pie<** . of young, tender, light, walnutj for alt your baking .needs. Cakei, lookiieJ, etc. Ayds vitamin and mineral candy reducing plan. Vanilla, chocolate, butterscotch or eho<olat« mint. 1 'A Ib. box. WITH THIS COUPON THIS COUPON WITH THIS COUPON WITHOUT COUPON WITHOUT COUPON 1,29 WITHOUT Coupon' effective Saturday Oct. 2nd, 1971 only! 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