The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 4, 1971 · Page 23
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12B . Ogden Standard-Examiner, Monday, October 4, 1971 July Heavy Month for City Water Users SEAMSTRESS TAKES FIRST PLACE Mrs. Saki Tsukamoto, 79, of 131 W. 14th exhibits her prize-winning Japanese embroidery depicting toookside scene. She took first place .and sweepstakes in the Utah State Fair Home Arts division. She used a special needle to .punch Sto cotton cross inaterial frayed rayon threads. It took six months to complete the colorful wall decoration. , Airport Advisory Committee Gets Praise From City, Gains Members Ogdenites used 'more culinary water during the month of July than in. any other month in 1969 or 1970, according to delivery reports ' for the first seven months of 1971. Total gallons delivered to the distribution system that month was 842,526,000 compared to 806,620,000 in July 1970 and nearly 70 million gallons more than were delivered in the same month in 1969. -August was the heavy month in 1970,- when- >more than 811 million gallons we're delivered. Reports for, August of '71 have not yet been-".compiled by the O g d e h '• - City Waterworks Division^ BELOW REPORT Except for June and July .this year, deliveries had ranged well below those reported for the first seven months of 1970 but averaged higher than the 1969 deliveries, with one exception. In May 1969 water placed in the distribution system totalled better than 655 million gallons, compared to 460.6 million in 1970 and 445.6 million in May of I this year. '' For the. first seven months of 1971, ending July 31, total distribution was 3,352,890,000 gallons to city users, slightly higher than the 3,349,183,000 "aliens delivered during the same period in 1970 but considerably lower than the 3.383,493,000 gallons placed into the system during the first seven months of 1969. Monthly totals thus far in 1971 City councilmen have com-,committee unwieldly and Coun- mended five active carry over)oilman John Amngton agreed, members of the Airport Advis-|as did Mr. Hurtado. ory Committee and agreed toj Councilman Hurtado ex- increase the- number of mem- pi a i ne d that if the entire combers to nine. ' • - mittee is composed of pilots, a <^S%^^¥. <^^^™JL£ Durbano, former chief operator |w»- ^commendations" might £ t S3S^^^te^ best interest of its ^tm^dTSTcj J^t^omS hSal nwtSSfSffSffH Ssr-Efs.*"- *- ;v_ :^«J R>£ri«>- M. H. Ford, the ones not active. . . . the forest Service; M. H. Ford, manager of Skyways Air "Councilman Hurtado re- narked that nine members • -- „ -. ,. i-_-_ a ii iwould be acceptable to him it holdove?mSerf oftte com- three were non-fliers. He rec- mittee. ORGANIZED IN 1970 All five, who were appointed when the committee was organized in 1970, were reappointed. -TVT___. -win-Wil"! itT*Ci ^ r\Y%rt ITl.f f>fl 1T1- iniec wcic iu/i.i-j-un-'-'-'* -""- - --. ommended the appointment of Miss Wilcox "just to' give the [women an even break." rnented, however, that "these five have done a great job and I suggest we carry them over as an expression of our appre^ elation and confidence in them." In further comment. Councilman Hurtado said he feels .that such a "technical committee should also have the layman's point of view," which was his reason for suggesting that three members be non-pilots. Council agreed. MOST RESPONSIBILITY The advisory committee was largely responsible for the new airport regulations requiring tie-down fees for aircraft and other rules designed to help put the facility on a paying basis. include: January, 353,054,000 gallons; February, 318,413,000 gallons; March, 356,697,000 gallons..; April, 384,712,000 gallons May, '445,697,000 gallons June . 651,791,000 gallons July, 842,526,000 gallons. •!. The Waterworks Division currently is engaged in im- proving.the entire system under a $2.5 million program which includes drilling a new seven- well field.in the artesian basin in Ogden' Valley. . Oth e r changes include remodeling and adding to the filtration plant located immediately below Pine View Dam and a special program calling for replacement of thousands of feet of ; inadequate water mains with new castiron pipe. BULK OF PROJECT Except for the installation of the mains,' the bulk 'of the project is expected to bei completed by early January 1972. W/ Franklin Richards _is superintendent of the City Waterworks Division. -ADVERTISEMENT- Nbw ... GIvs Your FALSE TEETH Mora Biting Power A denture adhesive can. .help. FASTEETH® Powder does all o£ this: 1) Helps hold uppers and lowers longer, firmer, steadier. 2) HoUls them more comfortably. 3)'Helps you eat more naturally. Why worry? Use FASTEETH Denture Adhcsiya Powder, Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist recularly. CLASSIFIED READ THE Job Corpsmen Honored for Achievements MILITARY SPRINGS — Morej than 40 Weber Basin Job Corps-1 men were honored for outstand-j ing achievement and work performance .during an awards banquet here. South Ogden .Mayor Harvey | Hegstrom keynqted-the awards banquet and cited the corpsmen for a number of community service projects being, undertaken throughout the Golden Spike Empire. The honors banquet was the first in the Weber Basin Job Corps history. Also honored were seven corpsmen who were awarded their General Education Development certificates; this brings FLY FOR PROFIT Councilman Karl O. Macfar- ed in 1970, were reappomiea. , ~; -"psted that pilots on t0 Comrnitfeemen 'also worked the total of GED recipients since t on plans for improving the air-1 the first of the year to 50 corps- iport and supported the pro-j men. pcsals to extend a runway by Following the banquet, May- 1.000 feet, install taxiways and or 'and Mrs. Hegstrom were lighting and install an instru- conducted on a tour through ment landing system at the fa- the skills training center for cility. " • I disadvantaged youth. Bal? outside the city. Councilman Alex Hurtado, explaining that he was in no way criticizing the committee which he said has done "an outstanding job." recommended that a third of the .membership be non-fliers. He also suggested that membership be increased to 11 instead of nine. TOO MANY Councilman Herbert J. 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