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SB Ogden 'Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, ^October 5, 1971 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK CAP) - New YorK -StocK | Ideal Bas .60 irv^h^nHA **l*^-tM4 •{tnrnoon Drlces: 111 Cent 1.14 (Mi.) High Low AbbtLb 1.10 ACF Ind 2.40 .Ad-Millil .20 . • Addr«si 40g ' Admiral Aetn»U« 1.49 "Air Prod .20t> Aircolnc ,60g AKioaa la Alcan Alum 1. Allev'Cp .-log AllegLud 1.40 •AltegPw 1.34 Allied Chl-20 • •AllledStr 1.40 AllisCh JOa Alcoa 1.80 AfABAC JO : AmHess .22d AmAIrl .400 A Brndj 2.20 AmBdcst 1.21 Am Can 2.20 A Cyan 1 25 AmEIPw 1.711 A Home 1.70 Am Hosp M A Mt!Clxl.40 -Am Motors ANatGas 2.20; -A-Smelt 1.90 ; Am Stand ,40 ATiT wt -Am, T8.T 2.40 AMF-Inc 1 AMP Inc .64 Ampex Corp Anacond -50p Anch Hock 1 Ancorp .48o ApecoCp .1* Arch Dan 1 ArmcoStl l Armst CK .80 AshldOil 1.20 • AsSd DG 1.20 All- RlchfldZ Atlas Corp Avco Corp Avnct .153 Avon Pd 1 30 BabckW .50 Bait GE 1.82 1 BeatFds 1.14 Beckman .50 BeechAir .60 Bell. How 40 . Bendlx 1.60 'BeneflCp 1.60 Benguct Beth Stl 1.20 Block HR .24 Boeing Co .40 BoisCas -25b Borden 1.20 BorgWar 1.25 BristMy 1.20 'BritPet .39g Brunswk .12 Bucy Erl.20 8udd Co BulovaW .60 Bunkr Ramo Burl Ind 1.40 Burl No l.!2g Burrghs 40 • Cadence Ind • Cal -Finanl CampRLk .45 Camp Spl-10 Caro PLt 1.44 CarrierCp .60 CartWal .40a CastleCKe .60 CaterTr 1-40 CelaneseCp 2 Cenco Ins .30 CentSWst 2 Cerro Cp .80 Cert-teed .80 CessnaAir .40 CFI Stl.SOa Ches Ohio 4 Chi/Wil SPP ChlPneuT 2 Chris Craft Chryslr .60 C1T Finl 2 . 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Va Lykes Yngst Magnvox 1.20 Marath 1.60 Marcor .80 MartlnM 1.10 MayDStr 1.60 Artaytag l.lOa 37 11'A 15 15% 16 4 24 16'A 89 92 48 52% 7 88 51% 39 117* .. .55 25% 25'/l 2544 — Vi 33 10 .9% 9%— :Vi 41 49'A 487. 49%— Vi 7 25 24% 24% — Vt 35 27'A 267. 26'/i — Vi X43 22% 22«i 22% + Vi 92 22 21% 22 -f Vt 17 18'A IB IB — % 38 5'A 5'A 5% + '/. 33 8'/j *'A iVi.H- Vi —M— 16 IT/4 13 45'A «« 15'A S&/I 34'/, 33 33 20% Varlan Assoc VendoCo .30p VaEIPw 1 12 - WarLam 1.30 • WashWP 1.34 WitnAIr Z.19f n Bane 1.30 Wn Union 1.40 Westg El 1.80 Weyerhs .80 Whirl Cp 1.40 White Motor Whlttaker Williams Co WlnnDx 1.74 Woolwth 1.20 Xerox Cp .80 Zale Corp .44 Zenith R 1.40 i — Copyrighted by The Associated Press. 1971 1TA 45 147. 50'A 3414 32'/i 20% MclvSho .80 Memorex Cp Merck 2^0 191 51 91 118 19 47% 47% 53 38'A 37% 42 29% 29 18% 505 18 12 55'A 84 34% 401.12 ll'A .. 45 — Vi 147s — '/a OTA — %, 34'A — V2 3254 _ 1A 32% -t- 'A 20% — Vi 47% ..... 38 29%— % 18% + Vi 29% 185-. 54% 54% — % 33% 33'/a — % 110% 112 MldSUtll 1.02 MinnMM 1.85 MlnnPLt 1.30 MobliOil 2.60 Monsant 1.80 MontDUt 1.83 Mont Pw 1.4» ..... 49% + 44 33V. + V. 5W. 4- 'A 579 40Va 39'A 40'/I +1 83 19% 19% 19% Nabisco 2.20 32 17*fo 17% 17% —-Va NatAirln ,10p 199 50'A 49% 49% + '/» Nat Can .45 26 77'A 76 76'A — % NatCashR .72 fa 44% 44 44'A iNat DIstI .90 -' 43'A + %i Nat Fuel 1.68 14% . Nat Genl .20 28 22 2TA 21'A— Vi 28 17'A 167» 17 — V« 121 23 22Vi yp/n — Vi 40 125% 124% 125% + Vt 4 20% 20% 20% 292 49% 49 77 33'A 33 183 51% 507A 14 32 31'/« 32 28% 28'/a 28% -i- Vt 453 25% 24'A 24% — % 41 77 74% 77 5 39% 39% 39% 16 22=A 22'A 22'A -f- Vt —N— 24 52'A Jl% 51% 11 26% 26% 24% -I- Vt 8 23% 23'A 23% — % 308 43% 43'A 14'A 14% 34% 36'A 23V3 23'A 14% — 'A 37% — 7s 4% 28% — Vt 46 + % 44'A — % 44% —1 13 35'A 3SVs 3S'A + -39 111% 110% 110% — 1/2 50'A 50'A 9 13'A 13 119 28'/3 28 192 46% 46'A 76 33% 33'A 33% + % 67Va 67'A — Vt 7 / Nat Gyp 1.05 Nat Indust Nat Steel 2.50 Nat Tea .80 Natomas .25 NevPow 1.24 Norfolk W 5 41 Norrs !nd 1 7 No Am Phi 1 24 NoAmRk 1.40 58 NoNGaS 2.60 32 NoStaPw 1.70 20 Northrop 1 4 Nwst Arl .45 121 NwtBanc 40'/a 40% -I- . 13% 13% + Vi ,81'A 82'A — 'Vt •UIA 34% + Vt 22% — Vi 23'A 31 34% 36'A 34% + % I Norton 1.50 98 60% S9'/« 60 — 'AlNort Simon 57' 25'A 24'A 25 45 47 44W/«44% 27'A 45% 25% 18'/« 31'A 35'A 33'A 54'/« 33'A 46 2BV, 77 35% 22 9% —U— 237 41 19 20% 185 43% 43 18% 234 72 49 29 31'A 34 12% - B'A 30 70% 24% 34 23'A 30'A 14'A 2B'A 35'A 9% 28V3 + Vi 35'A — -Vi 9% 43% 18Vi 33 59% ' 59'A 21% 21V. 30% 12% 44 69 351 14 129 57 40% -407. + V. 20'A' 20% 43% + V. 18% 33%.— % 59'A. + Vt 21V. — Vi 307> — V« 12'A — Vi • 8'A. + Vi 30 •—V. 70 —1 24% — Vi 8 30 497. 26'A 23% 30. 14'A 48 23% 23 24 67% 66'A w 14'A- -14V4 11% ll'/a 19'A 19 23% — % 30'A — V, 14% — Vt 23'A — Vt tt'A — 14'A ...... 11% 4- Vi 19 + % Stocks Drop Lower on Slow Market NEW YORK (AP) - Weakness in steels, motors,, electronics and metals helped push the stock market lower today in slow trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 5.62 —W— - 70 75'A 12 21V» JO 32 32 32% 43% 96% 51'A 96 26'A BIRTHS McKAY HOSPITAL Ashley— Rick A. and Marilyn Ransom, 1943 W. 4550 S., Roy, twins, boy and girl, Oct. 4. Brooks — Dennis and Rita Hedge, 3617 Maple, girl, Oct. -4. -,„„,„„,, „ r E „,,< Davton _ Robert and Vonnie brother and one half. * ...*„, -rr • i r-s^f A cistor. Bud Turner ot Stain, 1024 Harrop, girl, Oct. 4. • Hanson — Marvin L. and Karen Udy, 1701 E. 500 S., F r u i t to 890.04. Declines held a 6-to-5 lead over advances among issues 7SV.-V4 traded on the New York Stock 33 67 104 41 111 208 . . 243 45% 28 46 183 50% "—XYZ— 371 116'A 24 41% 45 48% .32% 50% 95 25'A 50% — Va 26 + Vt 10% .+ Vt 41V 2 48 STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Pr«si Ind. ...—1.5 475.6 477 1 ....472.7 193.9 488.2- 203.3 129.5 ..505.5 Analysts , said investors still 94 % ~ % appeared unwilling to commit '""- - " themselves to the.-market pending further details about Phase 2 of President Nixon's economic program. Brokers noted that volume, was running behind Monday's pace. GLAMOURS VARY In glamours, Disney was up I'/s to 101%; Polaroid was off Vz to 96; IBM was down 1 at 44% 45% + '/I 45'A 45'/2 + Vt SO'A 50'/2 -r % 1U — V« 41 VI — 1 A 48 Vi — Net chans* Noon Tue . Day Week Ago Month Ago Year ABO 1971 High 1971 LOW 1970 High 1970 Low Rills UNI. Stocks +.2 +.1 —.4 194.8 132,7 325.7 194.6 132.6 326.1 130.5 322.8 135.7 335.7 127.7 267.1 JC3.3 152.2 3344. ..438.8 13B.O 130.1 .288.1. 4441 143.5 145.6 290.4 95.8 113.2 305%; Control Data was off at 47 : A; and Xerox was down to 116. ' jjynn ouuu. JCIUGICI, *•", <«»« Large-block trades before | Roxanne Hellstrom, 19, both of noon included 102,000 shares ofJQgden. r>nr,™-nl Tii-o ot 97 nff %• ICtfl- TP^^l ."..334.3 95.8 113.2 221.7 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 2o 10 10 10 10 Raili Ind. mil. Net change +.1 +.1 - 50.5 81. 9 84.6 50.4 81.8 «4.6 . 50.0 81.8 84.4 . 50.0 81.9 84.7 ,„. „„ . 50.6 773 79.4 1971 High . 51.3 84.1 85.5 1971 Low . 48.1 79.7 S2.5 1970 High . 57.2 82.6 83.0 970 Low . 44 7 74.1 75.2 Noon Tue. Prev. Day Week Ago Month Ago Year Ago pgn. L.Yd. —.1 -i-.l 92.7 79.2 92.8 92.8 91.8 88.6 C3.1 83.4 91.4 87.4 791 78i6 78.8 73.6 80.9 77.2 77.9 71.3 DOW.JONES AVERAGES STOCKS 30 Indus . - -- ^ - 31V. — % 20 Transp 15 Utils 65 Stocks BONDS Bonds ,„ Higher sradi rails 10 Second grade rails 10 Public utilities Industrals 890.04—5.62 233.94—0.40 .. 111.96+0.09 305.71—1.14 . 71.27+0.16 . 51.22+0.19 .. 44.70—0.05 . 86.81 unch ..82.38+043 NEW YORK CAP) — Noon New York heiferS Over-the-Counter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Oct. 4. and Karen Grant Turner SUNSET - Grant Turner, 83, of 463-W. 2300 N., died 1 this morning in, an Ogden rest home of natural causes. . He-was. born Nov. 1, 1887, in Btrryville, Ark., a son of Issac P. and Irene Bell ^ Clontz Turner. He was a retired^ farmer and had lived in Sunset most of his life. Surviving are Brother and one K-. sister. Bud Turner of ?aytown. Mo., and Wrs. Ruby Flinders of • held .Thursday at u- p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial [Infant Trimbk n . Ann Morns, 1349 -Summit, JiiV- Ch , pc | W j t h Bishop's anston Wyo., boy, Oct. 4. r ;,.*<.!„ n,r«ii 0™ Hope— Craig and Merial Dustin, 685 Healy, girl, Oct. -4. Rash— Paul and Karen Watts, Route 4; Box 427, boy, Oct. 4. Sherrod— Harold D. and Elsie LncpCI wnn oiaii^H » m™——«——«^— ^—Counselor Darrell Draper of ths Sunset 2nd IDS Ward officiating. Friends may call at the-mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Burial will be in the Clinton Cemetery. . . Thomas, Route 4, Box 395, boy, Wright — George and Valree Sharon Sheppard, Route 4, Box 756, girl, Oct. 4. Voorhies-^Clyve and Yvonne Buffenbarger, 2762 W. 300 N., West Point, boy, Oct. 5. BIRTH CORRECTION MCKAY HOSPITAL Dickerson — Ted and Roslyn Harrop 4903 S. 2700 W., Roy, girl, Sept. 28. Marriage Licenses .Lynn Scott Froerer, 20, and General Tire at 27, off %; 100,000 of Southern California Edison at 30, to ] /4, and 105,000 of Equity Funding at 40%, down OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Livestock quotations Tuesday: 4,500; barrows and gilts Earl B. Telford, 47, and Bernice Bowen, 52, both of Ogden. Michael Paul Kennedy, 19, and Neva Joy Began, 18, both of Ogden. Richard Bean Austin, 25, Ogden and Katherine Stewart, 18, Richfield. Alan John Herzog, 24, Willing- .fiiai*. owiii* Ai^itiwt,, —j .•• o f priT boro, N.J., and Mary Louise «"*" Shreck, 24, Ogden. Ke , arn . s . Donald Arlin Moyer, 44, Og- .,, 20.25; 2-3 250-265 lb 19.75-20.25; -ass South Off- sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 325-450 lb 16.25-17.50; 2-3 450-625 lb 16.00-16.50. Cattle 6,000; feeders none; calves 50; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; cows fully steady; high- choice ' prime 1,175-1,300 lb steers Jrowning Arms £quity Oil First Security Corp Morrison Knudsen Investment Funds 52'A 26% 26'A + Vi 16 16 — V. 16'A 16V4 + Vi 79 79 — Vi 3&Vi 38>/j + Vt 23'/a 24 27'A — Vt ^i.^^ri^^W . 17.25 Bill ^u.io ~~ J^ ' —0.21 32.75-33.25; choice -,. -,—- — 37 +o'o1 31,50-32.50; good and low choice .'71.90 -0.01 28.50-31.75; good nolsteins 28.50— 29.25; high choice nd: prime 975-1.050 lb heifers 31.60-31.85; choice 825-1,025 lb 30.25-31.50; good and low choice 26.00-30.25; utility and commercial cows . 47.25 17.62V2 Affiliated Fund American Inv. Axe Houghtorr Capital Life . 35'/a + Vi 33'A + 'A 55 + '/» 28'/ 3 V. + Vt — Vi 34'/a + Vi 84 28Vb 2ZVl 49 3OT« 30 34 17'/a 167. 45 35 34% US 44'A 45VJ 45'A + Vi 54 30'A 30«> 30% — V» 59 21 Vt 20'A 20'/» S3 47Vt 44% 44*k — t 13 25'/j 25 25 — '.i 160 235% 229 229 —6'A 8 12'A 12'A 12'A + 'A 10 34% 34% 34% + Vi 74 32Vi 31% 32'A + 'A X41 29Vi 29'A 29'A — Vi 19 32% 13Vi • Occici Pet 1 OhioEdis 1.54 Okla GE 1.24 OklaNGs 1.24 Olln Corp .83 Omarkln .62f Otis Elev 2 Outbd Mar 1 Owen Cng .75 Owen III 1.35 PacGEl 1.64 PacLtg 1.60 PacPetrl 30e PacPwL 1.44 PacTiT 1.20 PanAmS .20p 497 15'A 14'A 15 30 23% 23'A 23'/2 + 'A 6 23*» 23'/3 23'/a — Vi 36 20Vi 50% 20'A 57 21 20% 20% — Vi 30 12'A 12» 12'A 20 41Vi 41 41'A 348 37Vi 35 37>/i + =* 37 52'/i 52'A 52% + 'A 38 53% 53'A 53'A , .. S Howard Stk. .. Fairfield Fidel'rty Cap -rdelity Trend •• : inancial Dynamics ... Fin. Ind. Fund Founders Mutual QS Manhattan Fund Mass. Mass. 23'/« 4£>i 45 7'/« 19% 92 19. 362 102 51 B'A 21 34 52 61% 147 70'A 22 32'A » + A4J/H 18 +"% 23%. + Va 44'/» + Vi 23% 45 — Vi . .. 7'A — Vt 18% IV/l + Vi 23Vl 23%. + 'A 99*» lOU'a +2 23'A 46'/J 23=A PanAm WAIr |Panh EP -1.80 i/.i Penn Cent •>enn Dlx .41f 'enneyJC 1 PaPwLt 1.60 »ennzUn .80 'epsiCo 1 >flzer .60a 'helps O 2.10 'hila £1 1.64 >WlMorr 1.20 >hlll Pet 1.30, 'ItneyB .48 19 24'A, 21 34 15 !3'A 16'A 11'A 10% 80 21 315 .-.166 32% 107 6% 29'A 24 33% 22'/l 16% 11'A lOVl 32'A 6'A 30 • Vi 2.4'h + % 33% — Vt 23 — V* 16'A + 'A 11'A — 'A 10% 32% + 'A 33'A 60'A 32'A 32'/i — Vt -.34 + Vt 61V> — % 69% 4- V. 34 22*8 22'A 22% — Vl 32 155% 154% 154% — Va 49 23% 23'A 23'A 42 10% 10% IffHl —E— 233 18% IB'/s 18% + Vi 344 84% 85 17 40% 40'A 19 49% 48'A 34 22'A 21% . 82 17 14% 14-7. + Vl 15 24'A 24% 15 74%' 74Vi 20 41% 40% 8 -23% 23% + '/« 2S% ..... 74q ..... 41 + Vt 23*s — '/• 14 '49% 49'A 49% — ; —F- 11 345'. 34'A 34'A —% 9% 42%45% 4»« — • -Vi 21 Vi 21% 4- V» 55Vi 555. — 28V2 28'/i 4 % 28'/« 285. 295. 30'A + V« A3 43'A ..... 43*. 44 .... 29% 29% — V. 14 16 • V. 315 70V3 70V. 70V. — Vt " 225. 23 —Vi Growth v. Trust .. Putnam Growth ,. Putnam Inv. ..... Rowc Price ...... Steadman Growth Security €q. Fund . Sup. Inv. Grow* . Value Line Spec. . Wellington Western Ind Winficld Div. Shares Ivest • Keystones ___ ! 7.17 5.71 5.81 6.73 12.,18 10.11 13.96 10 53 12.22 24.46 4.41 3.86 8.79 5.35 5.29 12.88 1.4.15 10.80 8.52 28.24 15-93 3.83 7.65 5.44 11 .55 6.03 4 33 3.77 16.75 RANDOM REFERENCES 21.00-22.25; few utility dairybreds 22.50; anner and cutter 8.50-21.00. high good and choice 950-1,025 lb feeder steers 30.50-31.25. Sheep 5001b slaughter lambs and ewes moderately active steady; choirs and prime 90-107 lb slaughter .ibs 28.00; choice " prime wooled offerings 85- """ ""% Vafiiir? r tr>" vield 105 lb 25.50-26.00; cull utility charge of failure to yieio. and good slaughter ewes 3.00-' 5.00. Estimated eceipts Wednes- RIVERDALE .-'Jean Lorrain Trimble, infant daughter, of. Harold Dean and Jean Lindsay Trimble of "1250 W.' 4600 S., died Vtonday. in . McKay . Hospital shortly after Her parents are members of tht Riverdale LDS 1st Ward. Surviving. ar« her parents, one brother and two s'isters,. Dan L. Trimble, Robyn-D. Trimble and Lisa J. Trimble, all of Riverdale; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindsay of Ogden and M'r. and Mrs. E. E. Trimble of Riverdale. Services will bt held ..Wednesday at'11 a.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Ronald Hamblin of. .th»' Riverdale 1st Ward officiating.- . Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 10 aim., until services. Interment will bt .in Washington . Heights Memorial Park. Percy D. Sullivan Percy D. Sullivan, 72, of 2481 Grant, died Sunday in St. Benedict's Hospital of natural causes. He was born Sept. 25, 1899, in Norwich, N.Y., the son of William and Eva Hayncs He had been an employe of NYO&W Railroad and the Same Fe Railroad and was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are an'aunt, Mrs. Stanley Blair and a niece, Mrs. William T, C'narney, both of Harding West Pittston, Penn. Graveside funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Aultorest Memorial Park. - ' Friends may call at the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. Sylvia May Field ROY - Sylvi* May Field, 75, of 2674 W. 6000 S., died Monday at her home .of natural causes. ' She was bom Sept. 8, 1896, in Roy, i daughter of Henry and Sushinnah Jones Field Jr. She had been a life long resident of Roy and a member of the Roy IDS 10th Ward. She formerly was « teacher In the religion class. Surviving are two brothers and sister, Lawrence Field, Elbert Field Teddy Scott Toddy Scott, 55, of the Reed Hotel, died Friday at St Benedict's Hospital following an accidental fall at the hotel on Friday. He was born Jan. 10, 1916. He was a'silver miner from Nevada. Graveside services were .conducted tod«y at Aultorcit Memorial Park, directed by the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary. Mrs. Herman (Ina) Terburggcn, all of Roy. Funeral services will be held Thursday »t 1 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Co Ionia Chapel with B-ishop Keith Homer of the Roy lOTh Ward officiating. Friends rrwy call at the mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment will be in tht Roy Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICES UTAH DEATHS Associated Press Thomas J. Ross, 54, Salt Lake City James Francis Rand, 30, Redding Calif., and Sandra Joyce Burrows, 21, Ogden. Larry Gale Hesselrode, 21, Poplar Bluff, Mo., and Paula Gaye Bowen, 20, Ogden. Richard Keith Reeve, 39, and Thelma Louise Brewer, 40, both of Sunset. „ , Donald Lee Adams, 22, Ogden and Sharon Anne Carew, 21, San Marcos, Calif. Kenneth E. Peterson, 19, and Cindy Lee Simpson, 17, both of Ogden. Glenn L. Voshall Jr., 22, Joseph R. Shepard, 77, Salt Lake City Gus Arlont, 80, Price Nellie L. Tolton, 81, Salt Lake William Irvine, 79, Lark Shirley W. Hulse, 84, Salt CLThC WILY , Isabella Judd, 71, Panguitch Joseph J. Jensen, 86, Logan 'Eva W. Green, 74, WellsviUe Veva M. Fonriesbeck, 79, Lo- Helen Seip. Scott, 70, Salt Lake City YT L T. Ralph LeBaron, 73, Hunter •Joseph Ortar, 81, Sandy Paul A. Uramovich, 78, Mur iy Edna S. Baum, 71, Provo A $35 forfeiture was made by Elaine Mower 'Larson, 19, 1065 Wall for not appearing on a gan ray J_^J\^11CL KJ. A-»»*»**»-J - —J — Chase E. Peterson, 74, Sandy Frederick B. Lund, 79, Salt Lake City •Esther J. Kuhn, 78, Salt Lake City i Elaine L. Tuttle, 55, Sal-t Lake ' Everett L. Durrani, 66, Mur- •zy S Pearl Johnson, 67, Salt Lake City NOTICE OF rUUIC Notice is hereby .given that the Counci of Ogden City wrli meet Thursday, Octobe 21, 1971, it 6:00 o'clock. p.m. in the louncil Chamber on the 6th floor of the Municipal Building, Ogden, Utah, and wi! municipal Duiioing, ugoen, uran, ana wr; *en «nd there conduct a public hearing on « proposed ordinance . of Osden City described in brief • and general terms <s !3IQCTli'ldl UI5T1ICT K-^: Parr of the southwest quarter of m northeast quarter of Sect-ion 20, Township 6 North, Range' 1 West, Salt Uke BJS and Meridian, U.S. Survey: Beginning a th» intersection of Mill Creek and tht een ter line of Thirteenth Street; Irenes west erly along the center line of Thirteenti Street 23-5 feet, more or less, -to the e« line of an existing R-3 Zone; thence south crly along the existing.R-3 Zone line 36C feet, more or less; thence easterly paralle •to tile center line-of Fourteenth Street 59 feet, more or less; thence northerly par allel to 1he center line of Grant Avenu 100 feet, more or less; thence westerl 30 feet, more or less; Mience norltierl parallel to the center lint of Grant. Avenu 119 feet, more or less; thence westerl parallel to the center lin« of .Thiife»nth Street 320 feet, mort or less, to the cente of Mill Creek; thence northerly along til center of Mill Creek 1X0 feet, mort or less and the point-of beginning. Declaring an emergency and providin ttrat this ordinance shaH take effect o its first publication • after final passage. Copy of said proposed ordrnanc* is on fi for public inspection i-n the offict of 1h City Recorder on Hie 2nd floor of tht Mu nicipal Building, "•"<•" "" h LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUCLIC HEARING OH REDEVELOPMENT PUN .. NOTICE is 'hereby given that a. public tiring-will be held-on the redevelopment en .which his" been prepared by the Re- evelopment. Agency of Ogden, Ut»h, •tidied on September 30, 1971 with the Os- itn .City Council. -._,', The boundaries of the .proposed-_redevel- opfnent project ere: ' ~ In the City .of Ogdcn, Slwt* 'of Utah, beginning at the intersection of the north line, of Twentieth Street and the east line of Qulncy Avenue; Ihenct- southerly along, ttie «st line of mi Quincy Avenue 1o the sou* line of Twenty-sixth Street; thence westerly along the south line of said Twenty- Sixth -Street to the east line of Jefferson Avenge; thence southerly, along the tut line, of said Jefferson Avenue-.to th» south lin* of Twenty-Seventh- Street; thence westerly along the south lin* of said Twenty-Seventh Street to a northerly extension of the- east line of Ogden Avenue; thence southerly along the ,MSt lm« of said Ogden Avenue to the .southern City limits tocndwy; thence westerly to the wesJ- • line of Wall Avenue; thence northerly along the west line -of W*lj Avenue to the south line of Thirty-Third Street; thenct westerly along Ihe south •line of slid Thirty-Third Street to a, southerly extension of .the westerly property line of the properties on the west- side of Stephens Avenue between Thirty- Second Street and Thirty-Third. Street; thence northerly alona said southerly property line extension to the south line of the Union Pacific Railroad -Company Hill Held Branch; thence flenerally westerly along the south line of said Hill Field.Branch to the east line of the Ogden Union Railroad and Depot Company Passenger Main; thence northerly along tti« east line of said Passenger Main <o 1h» east line*of the Union Pacific Rail- rosd. Company Track No. 1; thence northerly along the east line of said Track No. 1 to an easterly extension, of the north line of Twenty-Sixth Street between- £ Avenue *nd F Avenue; thence westerly along said extension of Twenty- Sixth Street to a lino 120 feet, more or less, east of and parallel to F Avenue between Doxey Street and Twenty-Sixth Street; -thence southerly along said line p«r»llel to F Avenue to an easterly extension of the 'southerly property lin* of those properties on the south side of Ooxey Street between G Avenue and H Avenue; thence westerly along said easterly properly lint extension to the east line of Interstate Highway 1-15; .thence generally northerly »long the east line of said Interstate Highway 1-15 to the south line of the Ogden Un-on- Railroad and Depot Company £vona Branch; thence generally easterly alone the south lint- of said £vona Branch to the City limit • boundary parallel Mid adjacent to Twenty-Fourth Street; thence easterly and then northerly along 1h« Citv.. limits boundary to the north line of Exchange Road; thence generally easterly along the north line of said 'Exchange Road to the north line of Twenty-Fourth Street; .thence easterly to the east line of the Union Pacific Railroad Company Main Line; thence generally northerly along .the east line of said Union Pacific Railroad Company Main Line to a line SO feet mor» or less distant from and north of tt»» north bank of the Ogden River; 'thence generally easterly along said Ogdetj River boundary line thus created to a northerly extension of the east line if .Ogden Avenue; thence southerly along said extension of the Ooden Avenue east line to the north line of TwenHeth .Street; Ihence easterly along the north 'Jine of Twentieth Street to the point of- beoin- ning. The public hearing will be held'if.six o'clock (6:00). p.m., October 26, 1J71, in the Ooden City Council Chambers, Sixth Floor, Municipal Building. .At that date, time and place any and ill persons- having my objection «o the proposed redevelopment plan or who o'eny the existence of blight in the proposed project area,-or the regularity of any of the prior proceedings may appear before the Ooden City. Council ind show cause why the proposed plan Clpat DUIIOing, ugaEii, uioiu At th» above time arid place any person or persons interested in tne- final pass-age of said proposed ordinance will be given full time to be heard. BY ORDER OF THS COUNCIL OF OGDEN CITY, this 30th day of September, 1971. Pub. Oct. 5, 1971. DONNA ADAM City Recorder 5128 day: cattle sheep 500. ,000; hogs 5,000; Wheel chairs, cratches, rib acs, elastic hose, prescriptions. 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Ogden car arrivals: Wheat 10, barley 5. Total .15. S e n 1.40% CORN Dec 1.13V4 1.12%-1.13V4 Mar l.lSVs 1.17% 1.18 May 1-21 1.20% 1.21 Jul 1.23 1.22% 1.23 Sep l.'23% 1.22% 1.23% Dec 1.21% 1.21% 1.21% Mar 1.26% 1.257s 1.26% OATS Dec .70% .69% .70% Mar .69% -68% .69V8 May -67% .67% .67% Jul .66% .66 J A .66V4 Sep .67% .67% a.67% SOYBEANS Nov 3.09 3.07 30.8 Jan 3.12 3.10 3.11 3 /4 Mar 3.16% 3.14% 3.15% May 3.19% 3.17% 3.18% Jul 3.19% 3.18 3.19 Aug 3.14% 3.13 3.14% Sep 2.97% 2.96 2.97V4 MARKETS AT GLANCE NEW YORK (AP) — Markets at a glance: Stocks— Lower in slow trading. Cotton— Firm. Chicago: Wheat — Higher, good demand. Corn— Higher; late buying. Oats— Mostly igher; light trade. Soybeans— Higher; good, continuing demand. U OF U DOCTORS PERFORM SEX CHANGE OPERATIONS SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Sex change op- 'erations have been performed by a University of Utah medical team headed by Dr. Clifford C. Snyder, authorities have confirmed. Asst. Atty. Gen. Verle Topham says the transsexual operation, which changes the sex 'of a man to. a woman; is legal since there is no statute forbidding it. .. There is, however, a law against sterilization operations. A. 'district court judge last spring ruled the sterilization statute is unconstitutional, but the attorney general's office has said it-would • appeal the ruling. . . . , .Dr. Snyder was .not available for comment, but' a -spokesman at the University Medical Center said "several" sex change operations have been performed there. . . , tion Center. Phone 393-8436 or 399-1126. < adv -' A charge of improper lookout for which Carol Kilpatrick Proctor 35, 1257 'Han-op, failed to appear, caused the forfeit of $35. Gloria Wolter Pomeroy, 68, 3071 Porter, forfeited. ?35 in Ogden City court after failing to appear on a charge of failure to yield. _ African Violets, hospital and •birthday gifts. 474 4th St. (adv.) Improper turn and no signal were" charges for which Laurel Joseph Brewer, 16, 2969 Adams, forfeited ?35 in Ogden City Court. Experience has no substitute ... Ask about our special "Sen- 037B ior Citizens Prescription Plan.' 67% Free delivery. Charge accounts . at Prescription Center. Dial 393-8436. ' (adv.) Vickie Lee Bushnell, 16, 4024 Liberty, forfeited $35 on an improper lookout charge when she failed to appear in Ogden City Court to answer the charge. Rummage Sale — Benefit Sudden Infant Death Foundation, Oct. 7, 8, 10. 1286 27th St. (adv). Lewis Howard Hansen, 18, 498 E. 3050 N., .forfeited $35 f«r failure to appear on charges of a stop sign violation and no motorcycle license. ' GOOD WEATHER WILL PREVAIL Continuing warmer weather is expected in most of Northern Utah through .Wednesday with lows be- 'tween 40 and 45 and highs in the low 70s. Skies will be fair through. Wednesday, with the chances for _.rain zero, the National 'Weather Service said. Temperatures Monday ranged from 64 in Ogden down to 30 at Pine View Dam, with the caretaker reporting a maximum of 60. Low in the city at 7 a.m. today was 44. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Civil No. 12574 IN THf DISTRICT COURT OF WEBER COUNTY, STATE OF .UTAH. In tht matter of tht estate of Charles Vetterli, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers, attached, to rtit_undersigned at the .aw Office of Pele N. Vlahos, attorney for he undersigned administrator. Room 312 Ecclcs Bldg., Ogden, Utah on or before the 30th day of December, 1971, claims must be presented in accordance with the provisions cf -Section 75-9-5, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, and with proper verification required therein, 0. H. MITTCHELt. Assistant Trust Officer First Security Bank of Ogden, 'Utah, N.A. PETE N. VLAHOS Attorney at Law Suite 312 Eccles Bids. ; 12, 19, 1971. 5120 01 - FUNERAL NOTICES JENSEN - Funeral services -for Parley E Jensen will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Lindquist and Sons Colonia .Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 and Wednesday prior to services. Inlermenr Ogden Cily Cemetery. Funeral directors Lindquist am Sons. t- RICHARDS — Funeral services for Daniel D Richards will be held Thursday at 11 >.m at the Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. ind Thursday prior to services. Interment Washington Heights Memorial Park. Funeral direclors, Lind quist and Sons. MORSETH-Funcral services for Lizzie Marie Norscth will be. held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel Friends may call at the mortuary Thurs day from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Interment Ogdcn.City Cemetery Funeral directors Lindquist and Sons. Check Taken In Burglary WASHINGTON TERRACE — P o 1 i c e 'in South Ogden and Washington Terrace are investigating two house burglaries today, one in which a government check was the only item taken. Washington Terrace Officer Gary Tracy said the check fqj $202.28 was taken from the home of Marian Glaus at 256 W. 4700 S. No indication of forced entry was found. Alta Loper of 3935 Kiesel reported to.South Ogden police the theft of a jewel box containing papers and costume jewelry from her house sometime Sunday afternoon. Officer Alma Richms said entry was made through an unlocked door. JUDSON — Funeral services for Roy Edwan Judson, 45, of Si/nset, who ijitd .Sunday will be held Wednesday it 1 p.m. «t Lindquist- Colonial Chapel in Ogden where friends may call this evening from 7 to 9 and Wednesday prior to services. Burial Brigham City Cemetery. 2955 Washington Lacking food bulk? ^tfZ&PJ* BRAN BUDS 9 tht natural way to regularity. should not be adopted. "ritten objections to the adoption cf ie proposed plan may be filed wilti th« Ogden City Recorder at any time p«ior to the'hour set for hearing and such written objections will also be considered -by the City Council. • Copies of tfi» proposed redevelopment plan are on file with the Ogdcn Citv Recorder. Second Floor, Municipal Building, Ogden, Ut»h, *nd available for public inspection. . BY OROK OF THE CITV COUNCIL". DONNA ADAM .(Donna Adam, City Recorder) DATEO.tflis 301<i day of Seotember, 1971. Pub. Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1971. 5129 NOTICI T»- CXEDITOM No. 125ft . IN THE D I-STR 1 CT COURT OF W'ESER COUNTY, UTAH. In Hie matter of tht.«sta1.-of Seth M. Blair, deceased. Creditors will-present elaims with vouch- irs to «ie undersigned «t 2324. Adams Ave., Ogdun, Utah, on or before j«nuary 10, 1972; Claims must be presented ini ac- lordance with the provisions- of 75-9-5, Jtati Code Annotated 1953. and with proper rerification as ' required therein. HOWARD L BiAIR, Executor of last Will'* Testament of Seth M. Blair, Deceased. OLMSTCAD, STWE ANO 'CAMPBEU Attorneys-for Executor 2324 Adams .Ave., Ogden, Utah Pub. Oct.'5, 12, 19, 26, 1971. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given pursuant to Ch«p- ter • 17-27-V4 Utah Code Annotated 1953, that'« public hearing will be held on the 4th day of November, 1971, at 10:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the County Cem- mission. Municipal Building, Ogden, Utah concerning K proposed amendment -to tn« zoning ordinance of Weber County, Utah. The proposed ordinance will amend the Suburban Residential Agricultural Zone S-1A by deleting two. fam'ly dwellings as .« committed use, end by amending the Agricultural Zone A-1 Area Regulations-Jo require « minimum of two acres of land for < two family dwelling. Copies of the proposed amendment may be examined in ei*er the office-of rti County Clerk or the Office of'the Weber County Wanning Commission, Municipal Building Ogden, Utah. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WEBER COUNTY W. S. MOYES (William S. Moycs, Acting Chairman) ATTEST: (SEAL) WENOEtL L. HANSEN YVSTtUCLl. L. n^l-t^tl. (Wendell L. .Hansen, County Clerk) Pub. Oct. S, 1971. 5133 JUMMONS Prubite No. 1V3I3 United States Welding Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah, versus Cliff Ekins, 2144 Tyler Ave., defendant. Ordered to appear in the Ooden City' Court October 26th, 1971 at. 1-30 p m. in the Court of Honwotle, Judge S132- 02 - FLORISTS And The Flowers Are Furnished By Olive and Mark Kienke Floral Phone 394.3474 Specializing in Funeral 'Designs JIMMY'S FLOWER SHOP 430-25th St. Ph. 621-2360 BORROW UPTO S 5QOO ONE CALL ARRANGES IT ALL Dial Finance The one;f or th« money 29SB Washington Blvd. 394-2601 2542 Washington Blvd. 394-4593 •CLASSIFIED INDEX It 1 . t*sy t« Key t."H.rHi«r« UUS'i mur iivinifi.* M.rtet.liH. I. >ur. t. »H< mi ANNOUNCEMENTS 01-Funeral Notice! 02-FlorisU 03-Announcemenli 04—Special Greeting! 05-Mimori«l Noticts W-Lost A Found 07-Personali SELECTED OFFERS 08-Jobi of Interest " Mil« or Female 09-Situattfni Wanted 10-Buslnew Opportunitm ll-Mon«y to Loan •12—Instruction 13-Muslc Lesionl 14-Child Cara U-Auctioni LAWN-FARM & GARDEN 45^-GoOd Things To E.t 46-?lants-Trees i Shrubi 47-Ftrtilizer » Top Soil J6-Hsy-Grain i ftti 49—Firewood 50—Pets & Suppliw 51 -Livestock & Poultry 52-Farm 4 Ranch Supplies 53-Farm Implements 54—Pasture For Rent RECREATIONAL SERVICES Listed under Business Sirvice FOR SALE 17-Area 18-Weber-County 19-N. Davis County 2f}-Box Eldw County 21—Morgan County Z2-Farms 4 Ranches • 23—Business Property 24-Acreag* * lots 2S-V«cation Proptrty 55—Aviation 56-Boats * Marine Ittmf 57-Sporting Goods 58-Skilnj Equipment 59-Snow Veh^les 60—Travel Trailers 41—Campers o2-Motor Homei 63-Tourist i Trailer Parks AUTOMOTIVI M-Auto Seryicis Accessories 65-Autc-s Wanted 66-Autos For Rent 67-Cycles >• Supplies 48-Uttlity Trajler* 69-H«*vy Equipment . 70-Truckt '«rts * 29-Unfurnished Acts, i Doplaxel 30— Roomr 31-Mooile Honwt.. 32-Offlce' & Business . 33-Rental Agenciu 34-Winted to Rent MERCHANDISE 35-M!sc«IUn«ous For Salt 36-Wanted To Buy 37-Sh«s t Clothinj 38-Antiau« • 3?-Muiical Instrument 40_Radic-TV t Stereos /I— Furniture 1 Carp«t 42-Appliancis 43-Alr Conditioning 44-luildinJ Mat«nil« AUTOS FOR SAL! 71 -American Motors 72-Buick 73-Cadill« 75-Chrysltr 76- Dodgt 77-Ford 7«-lrADorI-Sixirls Cars 79-jMD— <-Wht«l Drivti SO-Uncoln 81— Mercury . • 82-OldsmobIlt S3— Plymouth M-Pontiac , K-AII M»k«i * Meden it Hit Itwttt twt. tl«.HW ..-- •» »««• »M* » ItttK, " " lM ^ «'»• •»«« HTH'-lf '• «• *» *•'"• """"• """'• ""' ** - 1 ''"' '*" "• *• rt * " l ««* Ihrt. 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