The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 20
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 20

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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2B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 Tribute to Retired Professor Ready for WSC . ' . • ^ * enmg Tribute to'- his accomplishments in promoting drama in the area vnll be paid M. Thatcher;- Allred in conjunction with presentation of the first Weber State College play of the 197172 theater season Oct. 19. Mr. Allred, WSC professor emeritus of speech, spent more than three decades developing Roy Says To, Relaxing Kennel Ruling ROY— The City Council here has decided to hold the line on a precedent establishment prohibiting the the theater program at "Weber while a member of the faculty. He also directed and acted m several civic and community productions. BE HONORED He will be honored m connection with the presentation' of Henrik Ibsen's "The Wild Duck," which opens a five-night run Oct. 19: The play is a favorite of Mir. Alfred's and will be directed by John M. Elzey, a former student of the veteraa director. Mr. Allred will be honored at a banquet Oct. 19, at 6 p.m., in the Skyroom Restaurant of the Union. Former students, .and associates as well as all friends of the honored guest are invited dress or Tuxedo suits and-formal gowns. "'.':"We" are working 'to m a'k e this tribute to Mr. Allred .'one of the truly nice events of the year," saidLDr. Rowley. Members of the Ogden Drama Club will serve as. hostesses. .. j Mr- Allred retired from the) Weber faculty in 1965 after having served'on the faculty for more than 34 years. Agency Plan 3 Officers, 2 Airmen at Hill AFB Honored for Bravery in Vietnam LT. COL. DONALD SELLERS Directs Divisions oF""lTc & ens"edil° attend, said Dr. T. Leonard residential use. Councilmen agreed to uphold this precedent in spite of a request for a kennel license by Mark Overdine of 2675 W. 4969 S. Mr. Overdine has three dogs, two St. Bernards that he breeds and shows for a hobby. His wife was given the third d_og as a pet . . . but city regulation prohibit owning more than three dogs without a kennel permit. edictuij^uiucuL \J i iiueiiseu " , ' _r, . _ Y 7 kennels in areas zoned for R-l Rowley, Theater Department chairman. Banquet reservations can be made not later/than Oct. 12 by phoning WSC Theater box office, dial 393-1773,- or call there in person. MAKE RESERVATIONS Reservations for the opening night of "The Wild Duck" can also be made at the same, time. Opening • night performance of the play follows the banquet, Oct. 19 at 8 p.m., Fine Arts Councilman Dennis Chugg i Theater. moved for rejection of the|. Mr. Alfred will speak briefly license request but noted would give Overdine plenty of time "to wean and sell any St. Bernard puppies. However, said the council, one of the three dogs had to go. before curtain time. Several individuals who have been in Mr. Alfred's plays are members of "The Wild Duck" cast. Theater officials suggest that Transit, Storage Units At DDO Get New Chief DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN— has completed training .with the Lt. Col. Donald' L. Sellers, Naval War College, Newport, USMC,.has been named director R I.. Naval Postgraduate of storage and transportation atjSchool, Monterey, Calif., . and Defense Depot Ogden. • He succeeds Brig. Gen. Francis W. Vaught, USMC. Col. Sellers, native Mountainair, N.M., 'entered the service in 1946 from Vancouver, Wash., as an enlisted man. He continued' his schooling, achieving ' a bachelor degree from Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Ore, and a commission to second lieutenant in 1951. He won a master's of business administration degree from George Washington University, Washington, D.C., in! 1960. KOREAN VET Department of Defense Corn- Presentation.-of the 'Central! Business "District redevelopment; plan .••' by" Owen _ Burnham.;' executive director of the Ogden. Redevelopment Agency, will highlight a meeting Wednesday of the City Planning Commission: The meeting-will convene at 4:30 p.m. in the County Commission chambers following an hour-long work meeting open only to planners. OTHER ITEMS Other items on the agenda include:' • ' —Petition by Alfred • •'"•• HILL AIR FORCE - BASE- •—. also'.'sayed; an. Air Force • pilot. rezone from -.. R-2 northwest corner to 'R-3 of 16th the and Brinker to allow a 'fourplex subdivision. ••' The proposed subdivision was given preliminary approval .at puter D.C. systems. Institute, , v studying 15 commission computer! _R eq uest by David C. "Beus first-night patrons wear best 1 A Korean veteran, Col. Sellers I and one son. recently completed automatic data processing course for logistics executives at Ft. Lee, Va., and has served as executive officer in many storage and transportation positions. He holds the Air Medal with five gold stars and the Navy Commendation Medal with one gold star. He resides in quarters on th.e installation with his wife, Pat, expand, his existing' mobile home park at 3rd and Childs by r e:z o n i n g, abutting vacant property to the west .from R-2 to TC-1. —Petition by ,D.E. Presnell and Paul 0. Trujillo to vacate a portion of Childs between 13th and 14th. This request was filed as a result of approval of another petition vacate another portion of Childs. —-Suggested amendments the ' Ogden Subdivision idinance, Title 24. Three officers-.andv-'two-;airmen taiye";been cited iatBiU^B-for heroism while" ser.ving'- : in South- ea^st'-Asia. •. ;-, ; ' ,;Br~ig. Gen. Charles F.'Minter, 'Ogden Air Materiel Area vice commander, presented .the Dis- jtiriguished Flying 'Crosses. : ''Cited were Lt. Col. Duwane Z. Decker, Ma'j. William J. Osley, Capt. "David H. Wammer,- T.Sgt. James T. Godwin' and ; T.Sgt. James 0. Simmons. All are members of the 1550th Aircrew Training and Test Wing at Hill. RECEIVED MEDAL Col. Decker received, his medal for saving a reconnaissance team under attack by enemy forces on Dec. 26, 1970, near Tieu Atar, Repubh'c of Vietnam. Despite intense enemy fire, the then-major, a helicopter pilot, made repeated firing passes until the team was safely extracted. He 'was a helicopter co-pilot on- both occasions which took place last ;year in Vietnam. LOADMASTER • . .. , Sgt. Simmons ,was .a helicop- ter-loadmaster andjplayed an important role ' in x recovering, two downed- aircrew members from an extremely hostile area on Dec. 13, 1970. For more'than nine.hours, he monitored communications and scanned'for ground- fire: Sgt. Godwin .was', a helicopter flight engineer .and helped rescue, a downed, pilot in -hostile territory on Dec. '5, 1969. The sergeant utilized the helicopter's a u t o pi,l o t and" maneuvered around areas of known gun po- 'sitions. . Work of Ogden; Artist Scheduled for Exhibit The Junior League, of Ogden has chosen Mrs. Peg Kotok as artist of the month for October, and her work will be shown in the art rental and sales gallery at the Bertha Eccles - Community Art Center, 2580 Jefferson Opening will be. Wednesday at 17 p.m. Maj. Osley, a helicopter pilot, | ^ %** fiV^o' «;t«J r«- U,V T* o^/smnfc.1 Lu ule 1>LIUUC HVU1 V d.m. 10 was cited for his heroic attempts) i to rescue a downed Navy pilot in Vietnam despite withering ground fire. He later evacuated 'a seriously .ill German merchant seaman from his ship to hospital facilities ashore in Vietnam. Capt. Wammer received the cross and an oak leaf cluster for rescue of a Marine pilot despite hostile ground fire and Bicycle Missing Maurice K. Simmons of 865 22nd reported to Ogden pojics __ the theft of a bicycle from ttat|utah"state Fair. Sundays through the remainder of the month. Mrs. . Kotok, well-known in art circles, is a water- with a concentration in landscapes of Utah, California and Arizona.. She has also done still-life paintings, abstracts, and portrait studies. Her art training has been at Weber State College, Utah State! University, and the Bertha Eccles Art Community Center. Her work has been exhibited at the Springville National' Invitational Art Show and the (address. She was also represented in MRS. PEG KOTOK Likes Landscapes the Utah state capitol show in 1970 and her work was selected for the Utah Travel Show. ZCMI ANNIVERSARY SALE Z CIVII ANN IVE RSARY SALE BUDGET STORE '•'a. PANTYHOSE PROPORTIONED TO YOU A label you'll recognize, outstanding savings ga-lore-and-finest fitting quality pantyhosei'Me- dium beige/mellow beige, navy, graphite taupe ; S-M-T. E t*. oto» PHONE YOUR ORDER ON THESE! Salt Lake 322-1581, Ogden 773-1640, tayton-Kaysville-Farmington 867-2247, Brigham|723-8553, Logan 753-0060, Provo 374-1731 or 1-801-662-5535. 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