The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 12
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w. -^ . ...... SCT-**' ' " ' L Box Elder Cities jut Spotlight On Political Battles 12A Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 CITY—Political musings here will climax in pre- elejrtibn action Monday night when Brigham City's two camps me"et j to nominate contenders for thre'e:City Council posts. ;Bbewhere in Box . Elder County, the scene will be repeated in the next two weeks as-political opponents pick City Council or Town Board corn- appear on the Nov. 2 ballot, Mr. Burke said, but must be submitted to the city office by 5 p.m. on Oct. 15. Voters desiring absentee ballots may pick up application forms at City Hall. ABSENTEE VOTE Ballots will be sent to the petitors. Dominating conventions _ for this year's municipal elections must-be held between Oct. 4-15 u$aef state law. 1': SAME TIMES Brigham City will- meet at 8 Republicans M1 M. ,, 4 — ~. - .Central School and Democrats vfSl gather at the same time in the -Community Center. -££* stake are the three expiring seats held by Councilmen Byron Armstrong. Al Cazier and Elaine Olsen. . •Eligible voters fro general public may participate absent voter's location or the voter may cast his ballot in City Hall prior to election day, Mr. Burke explained. Nominating conventions in Tremonton to name three City Council contenders by both political camps are scheduled for Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. . • The People's Party, headed by Don Stenquist, will gather in the Tremonton City Library and the Citizen's Party, chaired by UAC wj.wij^" ^ * *— - j i —v — .- . that wiil Di Kendrick Campbell will-meet in *»t wm D, 4I,~ -H/IWH-i-nlo-ir Splinnl man .DUrXtJ two to select three contenders, whose narrfes will be listed on Certificate of Nomination forms, Brigham City Recorder Tolman Burke explained. Candidates may also chgsen by petition bearing 25 voters' .signatures on forms available in City Hall, he said. •jfames selected in the conventions or by petition -will all SERVICEMEN : J Pilot Taken Combat 7 PROJECT IN lAYTON 100 Vets Attend Job Fair ??. LAYTON — The Layton Job Fair held in the Layton High School Wednesday attracted more than 100 Vietnam war .veterans and appeared to be-highly successful,. May or. Lewis G. Shields has reported to the City Council. . He commended cooperation from the Layton High School administration.and the work of N. T, Ramos, chairman :o£ the fair. . - • SECOND FAIR It is the second such fair to be held : in Layton in an effort to get job assistance for veterans of the Vietnam and Korean wars.- In other actions, the council: —Gave final approval to. a list of- election judges- submitted by Randall Heaps, city recorder, for the fall elections. —Voted approval to cooperate with • Smith: -Distributing, Inc., : LA.YTON — Air Force 1st Lt--*Richard D. Stout, whose wife,* Joan, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ray MaFarland oC.946 N Garnet, attended a recent Combat Crew conference at-Barksdaie AFB, La. ,He,was selected to attend by his wing commander for his potential to contribute to improvement within the Strategic Air '•'Command, America's nuclear deterrent force. •Lfc Stout, a 1963 graduate of Qavis High School, is permanently assigned to Lockboume AFB, Ohio, as a pilot with the 32nd-:Air Refueling Squadron. -3fe- earned a bachelor of science degree from Weber State College and was com- missed there through the Reserve Officers Training Corps program. __ Morgan Airman Qh Thailand Duty! ^MORGAN — Airman l.C. Batrick A. Alexander, son of Mrs." Juanita M. Beasley of K\FI>. 1. Morgan, is on duty aj Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai A-FB, Thailand. 1A photographic specialist, he 5s- assigned to a unit which provides combat intelligence and documentary photogrpahy for the Air Force. : Airman Alexander- is a 1971 graduate of Morgan High School. the McKinley School. Expiring are posts held by ijst-term Councilmen WE. Kerr, Robert Poulson and Glen Crump. Other Box Elder County municipalities that have scheduled conventions to date are: "Willard: Nominating convention dates and times will be announced Monday at the City Council meeting. Posts expiring are now held by Councilmen Dale Holmes, Glenn Braegger and Wayne Braegger. Corinne: The Citizen's Party will meet Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. in the Corinne School and the People's Party,the same time in city-hall. . Concluding terms are those of Councilmen . Robert Gilbert, Montrey Hansen and Robert Jones. Bear River City:- The People's Party will gather Oct. 6 at the Bear River City School and the 'Citizen's Party -at Town Hall, both at 8 p.m. ^Participants will nominate No Date Decided to Construct Rail Overpass at 300 North Paratrooper Wins Laudatory Letter CLEARFIELD — Army Spec. Stephen J. Porter, son of Mr. and-'Mrs. Kennetti R. Porter, Clearfield. recently was awarded a letter of commendation while serving with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. He earned the award for graduating with honors from the division's replacement training •chool. He is a combat medical aide. in obtaining bonds for a ware- bousing and distribution center to be built in Layton. —Approved $50 for use by Jay Willey to make a side-trip to Louisville, Ky., to encourage industry which may be interested in coming to Layton by a talk and movie presentation. Mr. Willey had already arranged contacts in New York and Boston before the offer for the Louisville appearance came. SHEER LINGERIE for odulfi only "BOUTIQUE 21" 3*70 Wuihington »Ivd. two Town Board members for ;he expiring posts • of John Holmgren and Ken Porritt. OCT. 14 Mantua: Meetings are scheduled for Oct. 14 with -the People's Party convening in the old school house'and Citizens' Party in the LDS Ward Cultural Hall," both-at 8 p.m. Ending are the Town Board posts of Mantua trustees Lynn Hailing and Ralph Wyatt. CLEARFIELD — Although Gov. Calvin L. .Rampton commented last March that this comrminity need not wait 15 months before having a railroad overpass built afSOO North, only nine months remain of that period and construction still has not been scheduled: At a meeting • in Salt Lake City, called by Mayor Gayle Starks and members of the Davjf County Commission on March 26, - Gov. Rampton remarked he could see no reason to wait 15 months, the time • period estimated by the Utah Road .Commission. He NO REASON said he could see no •Jlearfield area to determine the impact of the overpass on the communities involved. The results of this study, which, involves house-to-house contacts with . residents of. Clearfield. West Point and other communities whose citizens use 300 North, will give the highway commission guidelines on which to take action on the overpass. Once the commission makes its final decision, it hopes to utilize a portion of $539,000 in TOPICS funds for construction of the overpass. The TOPICS program, derived from the official designation, urban .' "Traffic reason descriptions why and right-of-way acquisition NUMBER 11N GUNS that' .funds may be used, for "construction of pedestrian or highway grade separations at complex intersections or railroad-highway grade crossings where such, an improve-j ment is essential' to relieve, a crucial bottleneck along a street of otherwise adequate width." The railroad crossing at 300 North has been designated at Utah's number one traffic hazard. It has numerous been fatal the site traffic of ac v^.r —- — couldn't begin immediately, adding that this depended upon the allocation of funds. The project isn't stalled. A task force from the Utah Department of Highways currently is conducting a social economic study in the Operations Programs to Increase Capacity and Safety," is designed to 'be used, not for major- construction, but for purposes of maximizing the efficiency of an existing street system. GRADE CROSSING 'A U.S. - Department of of 11LUJ.1CJ.VWJJ AM..—.*. . cidents, including a double- fatality-one week prior to the March 26 meeting at the State Capitol. — _ +-++.+•+••+•++} ALCOHOLISM » CAN BE TREATED Utah Alcoholism Foundation * INFORMATION OfflCf Phone 392-5977 *' W!N A '3,500.00 BOAT! IN WOLFE'S BIG BUCK CONTEST 15' HYDRO-SWIFT TRI-KULL 65-HP. MERC. & BOAT TRAILER COME IN AND REGISTER TODAY ... 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