The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 12
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, October 5, 1971 PLEASANT VIEW REMINDS OF COUNCIL FILING DATE - PLEASANT VIEW — Prospective candidates •for City Council.posts here .are reminded they. ; have -until Oct. 15 to file petitions. ". ; Larry Critchlow, city recorder, said three : council posts will be -up for grabs in this fall's ; municipal elections. ' . I Two of the present councilmen have indi- ; cated they will not seek re-election. They are ' Rex Ashdown-and Eliot Casperson. i The third council seat is held by Wallace ! Budge.. He -has not indicated : whether or not'he ; will seek another term. ;.: Councilmen and Recordef Critchlow said ' they have found "little" interest in the coming : councfl post elections to date. Council posts not up'for election are those "• held by James Coletti and Kenneth Maughan. '• Mayor Tim Healy also will not see a contest. New Director on Duty At Job Corps Center MILITARY SPRINGS—A center director has been appointed for the Weber Basin. Job Corps. He is Kirt Carpenter, 34, a nine-year veteran of job corps arid civilian conservation programs sponsored by the federal government. Mr. Carpenter replaces former director Cleve Bollingbrook, wfio has been transferred to Bureau of Reclamation Regional Office in-Salt Lake City. Also named was assistant center director James Rowbotham; he will aid the director in coordinating all three phases of Job Corps training: education, vocational training and group living. NEW POSITION In his new position, Mr. Carpenter will be responsible for .more than 200 disadvantage youths engaged in educational .and vocational training grams at the center. Dozen Thefts Cleared in Arrest of 3 Ogden police youth bureau detectives report clearing 12 burglaries, nine in Ogden schools, with the apprehension of three juveniles. Detective Burl K. 'Malmborg said ,the .other three burglaries were : .at -the Ogden. City School offices, a barber shop ,and a business in Riverdale.>. Hillcrest Elementary was entered three times, Gramercy Elementary twice and Bonneville. Elementary once. Each of the j u n i o r highs, Washington, Mound Fort and Highland, were 'b r o k.e n into once. THREE YOUTHS Detective Malmborg said the three youths, one 14 and two 13, were referred to 1st District . Juvenile Court on a charge of alleged burglary. He. said the case started to unfold when two of the youths were picked up riding their bicycles away from one of the schools where a burglary in progress had been reported. . ON TRESPASSING At that time the' two youths were referred to juvenile court j ^"business manager, on a_charge of alleged trespass- h /' ient and b; DONALD R. BLOOD Retires City Worker Looks Ahead To Retirement Donald R. Blood, 66, of 414 5th has announced his retirement after 4i% years of public service. . He was honored at a reception by city employes as he completed more than 20 years as a city building inspector in the Public Works Department. ' A native' of Kaysville, Mr Blood graduated from business college in 1927 and joined the State Industrial School, where he served until 1945 as secre- ing. Later questioned:by Detective Malmborg and Detective Ralph Cragun they revealed the name of the other youth andi the-clearance of the ll'burgla-j ries. Detective Malmborg said the youths apparently rode -to and chasing • agent and baseball coach. From 1948 to 1951, he was em .by the Weber County as- from the cycles 'schools on their bi- He said most of the burglaries occurred before-school started An engineering graduate of the University of Utah, Mr. Carpenter began his federal service in 1962 as a construe- on the Weber during -daytime hours. SOME RECOVERED . The detective said some ofj pro-(Colorado, was a public school ] the property taken has been re- ! teacher for 11 years prior to | covered, including candy bars, t - . i • i i it T.-.U. f^nt~m.rf « r*±r*.-n - i-itntr^ on/3 Tl 11TY1OTrVlC KIRT CARPENTER New Director „„ joined the city inspection department in' July 1951. His future plans call for a con. tinued interest in gardening anc fishing. His yucca and cactus plants have gained local interest. . i A sportsman, he assists in coordinating athletic programs in Zone 13 of the LDS Church. North tttah Students to Perform in S.L. Northern Utah.high-school,stu- dents will be ..among ,600 All- State band,/orchestra and-chorus students participating in the LDS : Tabernacle in: Salt Lake City-Friday in-conjunction .with the Utah Music Educator's, Association convention. ' ..-;. ' 'The. music- group is ; meeting during .the-regular Utah Educator's Association, convention : in Salt Lake City. . ' . . _.Y Conductors of 'the All-State organizations will be , Negro spiritual composer and conductor Jester Hairston, 'New York composer-and-conductor Warren' Benson -and Brigharn; Young University :professor of • music, Lawrence Sardoni. The concert is free to the ; public. . The All-State' band is composed of- the top music students throughout the state.' Ogden area schools will • be represented in the event. STUDENTS LISTED Among .those students from Ben Lomond High School participating will be Janice Spen r cer, Richard Watkiris, Kevin Raleigh, Scott Amos, Nolan Smith, Kem Wade, Cherie Col- bean, Gary Boothe, Robert Duncan, Colleen Bloomquist, Diane Ahlmer, Terry Bexell, Ma-.rk Brown, Danise Dixon, Darlene Stauffer, Rex Williams, Carla Minkes, Holly Behling, James Turner and Kevin Kinney. Ogden High School music students include Nancy Batchelder, Brook Hales, Sylvia Poulsen, Justine Eccles, Larry Ellis, Dixie Miller,. Ann Norton, Craig Caspar, Brad Barlow, Carol ..Daniels,. Yvonne,..Hendrickson, Riiss Maughan, .JohnVSato,, Annette Lund.-Alison Thbrsted, John Cannon, Bruce- Anderson, Debbie Barbertson, Lois .Spencer, Rick: Dillion, Rick Hadley. From Bbhneville-High School will'be Ronny Raskelly, Rod Sh'aeffer, Bonnie'* Gessel, -Sylvia Satterwhite, Debra-Woods, Douna Maybury, 'Bryce Taggart, Craig Hess, Chloe Henri, Jams B a^r k e r, Kiri Cragan, Paul Wheatley, Susan Wheelwright, Sheri Priest, Bob Reeder, Rick Attending from Weber High School -include Tim Fair, Lynn 'Archibald, Sheri Still, Carl J. Wins Science Degree Douglas C. Felt of Ogden has received his master of science degree in computer science from Washington State ; University at Pullman, Wash. IMPORTANCE 1 SUBJECT AT LIBRARY Does your child know what the "most important thing" is? Pre-school age youngsters, are invited to find out~ Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Weber County Library children's section. "The Most Important Tiling" will be explained through pictures and a storytelling session conducted by county librarians. Some of the books to be used include ".The Best Thing To Be" .and "A Bug of Some Importance:" This session is one of a series of storytimes devoted to helping children understand themselves and gain personal awareness, as well as self-esteem. Rankomen,. Ned Johnson, Dixie: Slater, Ann -Bailey, ' Mary Knight, 'Val Holley. Kim Hoyt, Laura Probst, Debbie Marriott, Kim Kristpfferson, Spencer iriffin, .Jean 'Shaw, Melanie Peterson,- Blair Holley, David Ihadwick. Roy High School students participating will be Barbara Hofeling, Jim Allen, Douglas Gering, Bruce Shiramizu, Blake Stewart, Diane Jolley, Virginia.! Bingham, Dale Sessions, Corey. Anderson, Janet Barrett, Shirley Fielding, Karl Belknap, Jerry Sandburg, Vonesa Blau, Karen Seely, Ralph Fredrickson, Neil Schultz, Debbie Shepard, Mary Beth Powers, John Reynolds, Gary Flinders, Lynn Burrell, Renae Allen, Layton Smith, Greg Harwood. . Students from Clearfield High School will be Ruth Ann .Butler, Bryan G. Holt, Louisa Sandoval, Patti Nicholas, Keith Beasley, Blair McLean. Layton High School participants will include Marsha Love, Kevan Paul, Colleen Wilhelmsen, Theresa Butler, Janeen Mecham, Jim Bean, Kelly Allen, Elysa Clawson, Randy Weaver, Doug DeVore. RADIO CLUB MEETS Ogden Amateur -Radio Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at Electrical Union Training Room, 217 24th, to hear a presentation by William Hope on European travels. titin engineer Basin project. He was made deputy director of; the Weber Basin Job Corps work program in 1965 and then served as center director of the Colbran Civilian Conservation Center in Colorado from 1967 to the present time. Mr. Rowbotham, a native of [Center. being hired by the Job Corps. His background includes being a principal, athletic coach, counselor and teacher. • The assistant director earned his bachelor degree from Panhandle A & M in Oklahoma before embarking on his career of! public education. I His past Job Corps experience includes teaching, counseling and serving as assistant director | to Mr. Carpenter at the Colbran i a stop- watch and numerous keys. He said investigation is continuing and more arrests in connection with the burglaries may be made. Police Issue Warning On Parking Junk Cars A number of junk automo- Peersons who wish to rid their biles have been appearing yards of a junker auto may parked on the streets lately,! contact Detective Judkins in the PLANS READING TALKS WASHINGTON TERRACE —Persons interested in reading improvement are invited to a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at B o n n e ville High School sponsored by the Bormeville Council of PTA. Mrs. Thelon Malouf, secretary of the Utah PTA, will speak on the Reading Improvement Services Everywhere (RISE) Project. Honor Dated For Soldier An open house for Pfc. Morris Lynn Nelson will be held Wednesday at ,6 p.m.. at 3054 Ogden., Pfc. Nelson will leave shortly for a 14-month tour of duty in Korea. ' ' I He enlisted in the Army in March of this year and completed basic training at Ft. Ord, Calif. He completed light wheeled vehicle school at Ft. Ord, then graduated from tracked vehicle school in Ft. iSill, Okla. Pfc. Nelson is tne son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Nelson. presenting a problem for police and the owners. Many of them are being placed on the streets by the owners, because they know of nothing else to do with them. •But, rather than risk a fine for abandoning an unlicensed vehicle, the owners should have, them'towed away. They can do] so now at no cost to them. i iOgden police Detective Glenn I Judkins said there are three salvage lots in Ogden which will pick -up junk automobiles now at no: cost to the owners. :0nly a few months ago car owners were finding themselves faced with a towing charge of $:0 to ?25 to get rid of an old junker. auto theft division at 399-8228 or 399-8219. Persons who cannot find or j have lost title to the vehicle can "still have it towed off. A dismantling permit will be issued to the salvage yard. LAYTON 96 NO. MAIN "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" (X) plui "THE STATUE" (R) Box 6:30, show 7 p.m. Special kids shows Sat. 1 p.m. ladies' Nite Thursday's STARTING WEDNESDAY AT 2 THEATRES m BKATEST WILDUFf SPECTACLE OF THEM Alii THE WALT DISNEY'S TUB vanishing DESERT i prairie TE0INiiCOI.OR*R<-i<!liu«J by BOENA VISTA OltWturtot Co..lnf«U71 Will Dijiny Production*-. Open Week ends. Continuous 1 p.m. THEATRE Weekdays. "AIRPORT" plus "MRS. POLUBOX SKY" Tuesday is Ladies Night KAYSVILLE THEATRE-376-5272 "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" Rated G Opens 7:15, shows 7:30-9:12 Ladies' night each Tut. ENDS TONIGHT 7:00-9:00 "BIG JAKE" iTt* Box 7:00 •Sweden" 7:36 "Monique" 9:10 "Women" 10:4O RATED X PROGRAM NO. 1 ^ KSHII.I. IN COLOR fx moiuque Joseph E. L 5 8 evirw presents a-MUtsiJiebete Film starring Jack Nicholson • Candicc Bctgm ? t "Carnal Knowledge" is one s of the best movies ever!" | — Lix Smith, Cosmopolitan T MiteNicho&JackNlcholson, | CandJceBergen,ArthurGaitunkeI, ! Ann Margret and Jutes Feiffer. | I- 7: Carnal Knowledge. 2 "Carnal Konwledge' is brilliant. A feast of a film!" —Judith Crist, N.Y. Magazine f Show times 7:15 & 9:30 LAST THREE DAYS Phone 393-2276 THE MOVIE HOTEl BEN LOMOMb .• »• " Open 6:45 Shows 7-9 The runaway bestseller is- on the screen. • SeanConnerY * Ift HAEOSEBrM.WfflMAXniOOUCTIM » The Andersonlbpes! 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