The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 14
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14A Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 6 Brigham Candidates Launch Campaigns ^^•^^ • • ..' ' , , i _i* A <*» nv w r*v*A Virtl/^ rfnwn T. ""BYRON" K. ARMSTRONG Seeks Re-Election RUDOLPH KAISER GOP Hopeful STEPHEN Wants A. "AL Second ' CAZIER Term v,^, ,<. ' -w-,.** •\» >-• :. BRIGHAM CITY—Three Republican and three Democratic contenders will /square,;• off on the Nov. 2'. .election- ballot for; three expiring posts .on.'the current aU-Republican . Brigham City Council. •- •. • The six, "including two incumbent City Councilmen and two party chairmen, were picked, as standard bearers by their party groups in Monday's nominating conventions. FIRST TERM GOP candidates include incumbent first-term Councilmen Byron K. Armstrong and Stephen A, "Al" Cazier and Republican Party Chairman Rudolph Kaiser, himself a former councilman. They will be opposed by Democratic Party Chairman Bert Christensen, Thiokol employe J. Douglas Wight and. Box ; Elder High School instructor Lewis Jones Jr. . Council terms expiring this year are those of •Councilmen Armstrong and Cazier and Blaine Olsen, who did not seek a second term. Mr. Armstrong, employed as a business analyst for Thiokol Chemical Corp.'s Wasatch Di- vision,; won his first City Cpun- "Icil term in November of 1967. He has been active in the Republican Party for over. 20 years and' "was .-a- candidate for state auditor in the. 1956 Republican primary.. . '.•."-.. Mr. Armstrong . assisted .in campaigns for former Utah Congressman Laurence J. Burton and is a past Brigham City Republican Party chairman. Mr. Cazier; also winding up a first term, is a, past director, vice president and president of the Brigham City- Jaycees and former director in the-Utah Jaycees. ' ; A long-time Brigham City resident, he has owned and operated Al's Service Station for the past 18 years. BOY SCOUTS Mr. Cazier was a recipient:of the Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service to his Free Women's Cancer Clinic Called Saturday in Brigham BRIGHAM. CITY—A free cancer clinic for women' will be held- at the Central School here S a t u r day, conducted. by.. the American .Cancer :;Sqciety. : Endorsed by the -Utah State Medical Association and-the Box Elder /County Medical Society, the clinic will, offer free breast and uterine examinations, including the Pap smear test. Tests" will be conducted from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the school under the direction of Dr.- W. Knox Fitzpatrick of Salt Lake City, assisted by a team of local doctors and nurses. . Medical experts say breast and uterine cancer, comprise a large per cent of malignancies striking, women,. • but treatment can'be: successful if diagnosed early. The free survey is an arm.of the Virginia Whitney Memorial Project—a program... to conduct breast and uterine examinations throughout the state. community and has been active program and hold down taxes, in the Boy Scout and Little .Mr. Wight, who notes an interest in youth programs and industrial growth, has served as coach, manager and president of the Little League Baseball program. A photography supervisor at Thiokol Chemical Corp. since 1957, he launched an unsuccessful bid for the Brigham City Council in 1967. Mr. Wight is a past president of the Intermountain Industrial Photographers Association and former member of the Industrial Film Producers Association. SCHOOL TEACHER Mr. Jones, active in the city Democratic Party, has been an instructor at Box Elder High School for three years in world geography, career motivation and placement of vocational education students. He is a former task force member of Utah Gov. Calvin Rampton's Committee on Children and Youth. A teacher of six years experi- ,^ ^.ence, Mr. Jones is a graduate to continue . Brigham City's of Box Elder High and Utah award - winning beautif ication | State University. League Baseball programs. Mr. Kaiser, current Republican Party chairman, is a former Brigham City Councilman, serving one term from 19641968. A director of the Box Elder County Bank, he is a past president of the Brigham City Chamber of Commerce and former president of the Brigham City Coin Club. Mr. Kaiser sought a two-year post on the Box Elder County Commission in 1968 but was defeated by former Commissioner Frank 0. Reeder. Democratic contender Bert Christensen was renamed Monday as the Brigham City Democratic Party chief after first being chosen for that position last spring. He served as First Precinct election chairman for four years and is currently vice president of the Ogden Bowling Association. HOLD TAXES Mr. Christensen said his primary goals, if elected, will be *_ nnvitimi/v "Ri-irflia w ("!it.v j s J. DOUGLAS WIGHT Demo Candidate BERT CHRISTENSEN Council Contender LEWIS JONES JR. Seeks City Post 'WON'T TURN BACKS' Senior Citizens Ask Help BRIGHAM CITY—Box Elder I members of the group, the County commissioners pledged I chairman said. ,. _<:__<. i_ j ,-,*. x^ov=" "'We're trying to help ourselves," Mr. Earl told commissioners, "and the city said it will continue to help." Commission Chairman Don V/VLUibJi •vv«*"-"*'*'~~~- ~ i >~-t Monday "not to turn out backs on senior citizens, following a plea for assistance. county monetary The request was made by Zenos Earl, chairman of the Brigham City Senior Citizen Board, who claimed senior citizens reaped few returns on their ax payments. organization in connection wni About 1,014 Brigham City this year's budget preparation. .~^_^„.» •nif-^r.nvm T%«^TT -f ^voc tr» KrtV i r* <r+ ^ A «i» r^r»^/^.O A HA second visit to Box Elder County Commissioners in the past nine months in behalf ol senior citizens. Last March, Brigham City Mayor Olof E. Zundel offered Commission ^nairman AJOII ««v>" — . Chase said county officials are j commissioners city assistance "very interested" in the senior j in forging a joint _ city-county citizen group and would in-j senior citizen operation, vestigate financial needs of the| The mayor suggested organization in connection with Brigham City could _ provide . _ ~ . < i.__i_ ____.. _.i: n « __ nn .-./vA-wv*rt«+- if /^nmTmCCirt'nPT'R senior 'citizens pay taxes to Box Elder, : County but "what do we get ".out of it?" Mr. Earl asked the -commission. FEDERAL GRANT He .said a ?2,830 federal grant, administered by the state, is available annually to operate the senior citizen program, which is matched by Brigham funds are gained GREAT PROGRAM "It's a great program," the commissioner affirmed, noting a senior citizen group had been formed in Tremonton also. City. Other management if commissioners would agree to open _ the program to other senior citizens elsewhere in Box Elder County. NO COMMITMENT Commissioners at that time orme n remon . We'll not turn our backs on agreed to study tne mayors " i roosal but to date have made you," he said. Commissioner Malcolm — „ was asked to confer with Mr. j agiccU LU ocu'uj' "•"- iAi^j v* « I proposal but to date have made no commitment. Brigham City's program for was asked to comer wiin ivu. cnguam ^jr * ** ~^.~.. — Earl on financial needs of .the the elderly originated about four organization and submit a j years ago with 15 members recommendation to the com- n mission. The group, continuaUy , meets regularly at the The Soft CARPET SALE Quality CARPET FABRICS Just in time for fall. Beautiful lime green Polyester 354" SHAG Was $16.95 NOW per yord Hand FAMILY ROOM Orange and Gold 100% h«at $• • 95 »«t nylon, i I was $14.95 I I per Armstrong * Ivani and Black P.S. We have changed the CARPET On our display floor and have 300 yards of used nylon LIVING ROOM PLUSH TEXTURED Or««n, gold, orange, an«5 red tonal, „„ $13.93 *1A 95 IU psr NoW ' ^f ' t N yard Royalw«v« Mand ALL PRICES INCLUDE DELUXE PAD AND CUSTOM INSTALLATION $199 . 326 Washington Blvd. fe CARPET CO. MEN'S SUITS DOOR CRASHER SPECIAL REGULARLY $85.00 TO $100.00 SLIGHT CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS SUITS ALL WOOL WORSTED AND DOUBLE KNITS REGULARLY $100 Sizes;36 to'50 Regulars—Shorts—Longs SPORT COATS ALL WOOL WORSTED AND DOUBLE KNITS REGULARLY $65-$69.95 Sizes 36 to 50 Regulars—Shorts—Longs SU9TS I SPORT COATS 15.00 TO $130.CO SAVE TO $32.00 ,75.00 TO SUITS SHIRTS REGULAR $150.00 TO $160.00 SAVE TO $42.00 FRENCH CUFFS, SOLID COLORS. ' REGULAR $9.00 $199 ONE SIZE FITS ALL REGULAR $1.25 PAIR DA in PAIR FOR -SINCE 1907

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