The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 6, 1971 · Page 20
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 20

Ogden, Utah
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Wednesday, October 6, 1971
Page 20
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The Weber Area Council of Governments ,is expected to: approve applications for six. federal law enforcement grants ;otaling $435,301 at its meeting m the Municipal Building Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Many federal grant applications from communities or :ounties: are cleared first ;hrough county or regional agencies, including the Weber Area Council which consists of mayors or town board presidents and a county com- nissioner.' . - ••••••••• . . The Area Council will review: —Renewing the services of Roger C. Dutsoh as Ogden KEITH W. WILCOX, reunion chairman (left), and Orla S. Maw, class member check photos and yearbooks for the program of the Weber College Class of 1941 30-year reunion. WeberStateGraduates Of 1941 to Meet Friday A chance for students of'the Weber State College class of 1941 to meet old friends and reminisce about college days will be available Friday when they meet for a 30-year reunion. A dinner, golf and campus tours are the order of the day,., said Keith W. Wilcox, reunion] chairman. Activities begin at 11 a.m. with golf at Patio Springs Country Club, a re-acquainting hour from 6 to 7 and dinner from 7 p.m. in the WSC Sky- room with an informal program following, climaxes the day, Mr. Wilcox noted. Reservations for all events may be made through the Weber State Alumni office, 3995941. Ext. 346. Faculty members at Weber College in 1941 have also been invited to join the 30-year class reunion, he said. Class officers from the Class! of 1941 are Grant Neutebcom.j Ardell Russell DeHart, and Bet-j ty Smalley Shales. i Information gathered from class members on a questionnaire will be used as a basis for the informal program following the dinner. Mr. Wilcox said.' Pictures of class members from the 1941 Acorn yearbook will be flashed on a screen for additional memories and fun. POST OFFICES FACE FIRE, SAFETY DRILLS This week is National Fire Prevention Week and postal installations in the Ogden area will conduct a series of safety inspections and fire drills. Each post office or branch station will be inspected by a fire marshal and Jack Robinson, postal safety officer. In addition to a review of fire drill procedure, postal employes will also participate in safety lectures that will focus on fire prevention at home and at-work. Fire extinguishers will'be . checked and first aid sup' plies inspected. SB Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, October 6, 1971 services, City Manager Chariest other peace officers and city R. Kelley, Sheriff Ed Ryan, [court judges and aides. _ Area Council to Consider Grant Requests police legal 1 adviser, $12,284. ; -^Renewing • •misdemeanant .by..- student 'services/- '.offered: interns - working parolees and .city 'courts,.in tigden, Brigham Logan, $33,986. .with court City and Services to serve Weber, Box Elder and Cache counties, $145,507; . •.../. -: ..—Establishing:, a Community Relations. Program, for .Ogden police by employment, of two officers to -work with minority groups: in an 'attempt -to establish a better understanding among the groups, and police, $42,011. REPORT. STATUS Area: Council Chairman Karl 0. Macfarlane, assistant Ogden City mayor, will report on the status ,.ofi Ogden mass-transit studies initiated through the —^s ~ -— -., Transportation Committee of Center for Juvenile ProbationWasa ; tch 'Regional Front .—Updating Ogden police.:files by : use- -of Hosier' Microfiling' System,'$99,678. ••'•- •. : . '""• —Establishing a 1 Metropolitan Narcotics ^and Dangerous -Drugs. Enforcement' and: Prevention Task • Squad - Program "to. c o : r r e-l.a t e activities among police and-sheriff's-departments in the county, $114,835. —Renewing a. .Community Council.. A single transit-.-authority to serve -Weber,' Davis, Salt -Lake and Tooele counties is one proposal offered by the com- mitteee; . ; . Mr. Macfarlane said .a meeting- of representatives of all the city councils in. the four counties will -be. scheduled soon to discuss a transit authority. Law -enforcement grants were prepared by Don Cavalli, executive- ' director', -'of-' the regional ^Law:. 'Enforcement Advisbry,'Counci],;inVcoop'eration with OgdenxPolice Chief LeRoy A. Jacobseri,-J. Joseph Tite, director ;of 'Juvenile court BLAZER'S 3059 Harrison Blvd. Ph. 393-48S4 Place a cross (X) in the square following the names of the persons you favor as candidates'for nomination for "Mayor and City Councilmen. - .. ' SAMPLE PRIMARY. BALLOT Candidates for nomination for the office of MAYOR, City Counolmen AT LARGE and for City Councilmen from MUNICIPAL WARDS, for a TWO year term for the Government of Ogden City at the primary election to be held in Ogden City. October 19.' 1971. . For Mayor VOTE FOR ONE LLOYD D. BARNEY MERRILL JOSEPH MAY a BART-WOLTHUIS For .Councilmen AT Large VOTE FOR TWO KERRY WILLIAM BATE VERNON-R. BUCKWAY n D ALFRED P. "FRED" HAVAS ALEX -P. HURTADO • .JOSEPH F. McCUNE . .NORMAN SCHMEHL J. JOSEPH TITE , ' U u 1 ! LJ 'LI Councilman in 1st Municipal Ward VOTE FOR ONE WILLARD E. CRAGUN SHIRL K. FADEL ROBERT L. HARRIS TERRY LEE WILLIAMS U U .u u Councilman in 2nd Municipal Ward VOTE FOR ONE KARL 0. MACFARLANE JOHN LaVERL STAKER D U Councilman in 3rd Municipal Ward VOTE- FOR ONE JOHN B. ARRINGTON ELLEN MAE BALLIETT DeLYLE JENSEN Councilman in 4th Municipal Ward VOTE FOR ONE • HERBERT J. CORKEY JR. : RUSSELL LUDWIG STUBBLES LJ U LJ U LJ OFFICIAL BALLOT. 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