The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 15
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OGDENITES CAN EXPECT FAIR WEATHER FRIDAY Ogdenites can expect fair and mild temperatures through Friday with cooler weather over the weekend but continued sunny skies. The annual smoke problem that plagues lower . elevations during autumn and early winter, is expected to become more acute during the next few days due to temperature inversions, the National "Weather Service said. Except for periods when skies are cloudy and rain or snow falls, the haze is expected to fluctuate from light to heavy, depending .upon temperatures near the earth's surface. The forecast for Friday calls for highs in the middle 70s with lows in the middle 40s and no chance for moisture. Highs Saturday through Monday however, will be in the middle 60s with lows between 35 and 45 degrees. Ogden's maximum Wednesday was 75 while the low at 7 a.m. today registered 46 degrees. Maximum at Pine View Dam was 70, the minimum, 35. Farr West Says OK to Proposed Commercial Zone ' FARR WEST—The corners on j Commission which in Septem-1800 North and U84 should be ber asked planning director Gra- (fttfott ^^s.. ..-. •.. B—Section OGDEN, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING .OCTOBER 7, 1971 zoned for commercial use, according to a majority of 101 citi- ham F. Shirra to gain a consensus "among citizens on the zens who attended a planning! rezoning request. meeting in the IDS Farr West In July, the county planning Church Wednesday night. . Citizens cast 70 votes favoring a commercial zone on four corners of the intersection. In a previous vote, 87 favored 1 agency received a petition signed by 99 persons objecting to the proposed rezoning of the Johnston corner. ._._, H ow e ver, at a September rezoning from agriculture to j county meeting, some 50 per- commercial the northeast corner j sons favored the Johnston peti- of the intersection where Roy|tion. Johnston- maintains a pine pole | Wednesday's meeting was business. j called by the Farr West Plan- DN PFTITION [nin § Committee and presided ON PETITION , ov £ James Randall chair . Mr. Johnston's petition for a. n _ other comm itteemen are commercial zone had been twice | Delmar white, Theo Thompson, rejected bytfie_County Planning : Richard Best and A n en E. Taylor. AT DISCUSSION During the evening's discussion, reference was made briefly to possible incorporation of I Farr West. Slaterville and Marriott into one town. This would result in the town's board o WESTSIDE WATER MAIN Kelley Announces Plans To Quit as City Manager Resignation Effective When Replacement Found, He Says City Manager-"'Cliarles R. Kelley announced today he will present "an official notice of resignation" to the City Council tonight, to take effect when he is replaced by another man. The manager niTde the announcement at a 10 a.m. press conference, only minutes after he had informed city department heads of his intention to resign. Mr. Kelley has been city manager for Ogden sincft July of 1966. "This is strictly-a personal decision of my own, which has been discussed with the City Council," the manager stated in a prepared news release. He said the council has agreed to "respect and accept my''request. : : , ."In the best interests of continuing good city government. I have decided to an- ~~ nounce this action at'this time to eliminate any question of a political nature from being read into my action because of upcoming elections," Manager Kelley explained. Mayor Bart Wolthuis said the council intends to begin immediately advertising for a re- CHARLES R. KELLEY Served Sines '64 City Waterworks Department employes guide a length of six-inch cast iron pipe toward a ditch excavated on Gibson in a $17,188- project to install new water mains between 13th and 17th. The line will repace existing two-inch mams needs of residential and industrial which have proven insufficient to meet the users. Parking Would be Permitted In Proposed Downtown Mall 3rd Furnace Needed If Additional Use Assigned Incinerator 2 YOUNG BOYS ROBERT H. DEBOER Seeks Council Seat Candidate Pledges Efficiency _ lf lHURT BY AUTO [trustees being the final author-! ' IW " X1 ** ** jity on rezoning and planning; | matters. i The three communities are unincorporated and, for plan- Ining matters, are subject to recommendations of the County Planning Commission and the County Commission. Mr. Shirra said the county | master plan had mapped a com-j mercial zone in Farr. West at 1 27.00 North and 1-15 interchange. ONE ZONE The county planning commissioners favor only one commercial zone in the small community. Mr. Shirra said. He a d d e d that the master plan, projected for developments in the next 30 years, or the county planning commission's recommendations are subject to change. The commission, he said, was against spot zoning for business developments within areas two I comment^ro ™ S n™mber V of r citi! RIVERDALE - An ordinance zens at Wednesday's meeting, to control showing of X and R- Two small boys were seri- o u s 1 y injured Wednesday evening when they were struck by a car at Orchard and 2nd. •- LeRoy Goodrich, 6, and Jimmy Dotson,. 4. sons of Mrs. Charlotte Granger of G45 2nd, were both reported in "fair" condition today in the intensive care unit at the McKay Hospital. Ogden Officer R. Spence Phillips said the two boys apparently ran into the path of a car driven by Be;rnice K. Buzick, 35, of 917 Rancho. placement for Manager Kelley. OUTLINED PLANS Outlining his plans for the future,- the city manager said hej intends to remain in Ogden—i "the finest place in the world installation of a third furnace pit disposal area on West 33rd I to live"—and that he hopes "to! at th e Weber County garbage, Street. • •• i get back into private work as-j nc i nera t or in West Ogden would! Mr - A "^^"^ igo-tonra- j a consulting engineer." j require expanding the P resent • padty furnace if the expansion He said he hopes to work on| building by 40 f ee t. l is ap p roved . some of the Ogden City proj-j Addition of a third furnace, ^ Q incinerator handles all ects coming up in the future, in-'will be required if approval is:types of wet garbage reducing eluding the downtown develop- : given f or handling wastes of,the volume to. less than 10 per ment program. 1 Defense Depot Ogden. I cent of the original. Although the manager gave: Greirrt Anderson, county sani- EXPECTS DECISION no specific reasons for his res-; tat i on chief, said needed expan-] Rep. K. Gunn McKay. p-Utah ignation, he commented that h e : sion a i so W0 uld include a com-j^d he experts Decision this has "become more aware in the i plete conveyor system and ad- \ methods {or DD Q and Hill Air past three years that we some-jdition of electrostahc P«c l P l -| Force Base. times have to make decisions tators on present scrubbers. j A( . presenti stu(iies by a pn _ which are beyond our ability; BECOME REALITY j vate firm p r.o p o s e Hill AFB -.--• ,.„„«. -Hi. i !to make." . , , If the expansion becomes a;refuse be handled by the Davis Washington between 22nd and about 26th will become a p<irk-j He said O gden City is fortu- ; reality ^ present building j County sanitary landfill. ate to have such an "outstand-j would be extended to the east,] The study was financed by each direction.-under terms 24thf Washington Focal Point Of Plaza,City Planners Told Washington between 22nd and about 26th will become a park- j ""HeTsaid Ogden City is fortu-' reaility " c ^"pr'esenrTuifding ing rather than a pedestrian mall, .permitting one lane of traffic | na t e to have such an "outstand-j would be ex tended to the east, in'.panh Hippption'under terms of a central business district im- ing" group of department headSj said Mr . Ander son. program propos.e'd by the .Ogden, Redevelopment Riverdale Will Control X and R-Rated Movies in proyement Agency.: . - ' - : ; Through traffic, however, will be routed off Ogden's main street .onto alternate one-way couplets or onto Wall, which will become "the principal through streefin the'-'downtown area. Agency Director.Owen W. Burnham told the City Planning Commission'-Wednesday,'that the. proposal calls for doubling the present number of parking spaces'available on Washington. Additionally; parking'facilities .on Kiesel and along the alley immediately east of Washington, with' immediate pedestrian access to shopping, will .increase the usefulness of the downtown — ——— j business district. ' "A parking mall presents some- distinctive problems and would-require careful consideration of alternate traffic facilities," Mr. Burnham explained to the planners. He said. Adams, .and Jefferson would become•' :S" one-way cou- 1 Ulc OUUU^ \V<33 lliia»»K-w\A uj I federal funds and recommended ,,, & a .-_,. r - , saiu , vil . ™ lu&li>vli . and that the major problem the j ^he ex p ans ion also would pro-i the incinerator handle DDO • - - ... new manager will have to face will be that of financing. OTHER PROGRAMS Involvement in federal and state revenue-sharing plans as vide more floor space for i refuse. handling of additional wastes expected from DDO. The expansion reportedly will be financed by federal funds. The addition of a new furnace and related equipment would boost the capacity of the incinerator from 300 to 450 tons per day. expected by i half million dollars. . DDO now disposes of waste make the "next i The incinerator was built by and refuse by open pit burning ^fitti brighter" 1 the countv at a cost of $400,000 on the base. Federal officials ftalndal vilvSKe to solve 'a. pressing garbage have ordered open pit burning j'able movies which minors can llf . . handling problem resulting from A strong role in placing Qg- i the closing of Ogden City's open den City on a broader tax base • will be played by the redevelopment of the downtown business district into a regional shopping center, he explained. halted, but haven't yet provided funds to accomplish it. A City Council candidate to-! ^--^tor' commercial day pledged leadership t°j purpose | was base d upon sev- achieve better efficiency in ad-j eral findings, Mr. Shirra said, ministration and service to the' There is no access to the free- wav at 1800 North as there is at 2700 North. But citizens' comments indicated the intersection at 1800 North and U84 is considered the community's commercial center. citizens. "The council must continue to develop a program to encompass all citizens." said Robert H. DeBoer of 3563 Tyler who is seeking one of the two at-large seats on the council. PURCHASING SERVICE TRAFFIC COUNT - Mr. DeBoer is director of pur-1. A traffic count for 1% morn- chasing services at Weber State ing hours at 1800 North and U84 College and the son of the late disclosed out of 57 cars, 13 C - f DeBoer who served three j ^^g^ ^™^ on the City Council. i 1800 North while in a "I will strongly support the watch while off the premises watch wnue on tne premises. ENCLOSED THEATER WUUlU UCUVLUe- .d ujic-wa_y v,uu- i ^"- j"*-"-' "- — ----- ^ i plet east of Washington, while jeral installations will go a long and Lincoln would con- way .toward making Ogden fi- Police Arrest Terrace inter, he explained. | - •—••• •*• Local programs along with in- j iy Jl • C f^ *&, Till In O reased industry and firming up /Via n IH OTOlS I 111 I VI kl ! jobs at military and fed- • ;I15 dl VY cUIlCoUo^' & iUCCLUig. nj t^yiiLL Wl diiwyymg ui ^x wnw. -" Selection of the 2700 North in-l rate< i movies at outdoor theaters *. A lk«n*VA n-rtnn -Trt*« /-IrtTVITVl O»*/M d i - . in Riverdale may be. necessary, the Riverdale City Council decided Wednesday evening. Councilmen asked that the j buying tickets, and ages of pa- I Grant North of the centra l district, , Mayor Sanders said what is 20th and 21st will be a one-way shown within a completely en- pair, with 30th and 31st serving closed theater is limited to those I the same purpose on the south city attorney frame a control ordinance patterned on the one enacted a year ago by Salt Lake County. The Salt Lake ordinance. Mayor Gail Sanders said, pro- the showing of undesir- council-manager form of government as long as its goals j are for the best interests needs of the community," DeBoer said. •'We have one of the picturesque and pleasant areas to live in the country," he said. "I will strive to keep it that way." Mr. DeBoer said his involvement in budget and other fiscal services at Weber State will enable him "to provide the kind of service the city needs." A native of Ogden. Mr. DeBoer attended Weber State College, the University of Utah and graduated from Brisham Young University with a degree in accounting and business administration. He served in the armed forces and filled an LDS mission to the Netherlands. SERVES AS BISHOP Mr. DeBoer is bishop of the snth Ward immediate past president of the Utah Purchasing Management Association and is a director of national affairs »or that'association. He is vice president of the Oeden Executive Club and a former PTA president. Mr. DeBoer is married to the •former Flora Michaelson. They have four children. 19 cars were counted traveling at the 2700 North interchange but none stopped, one citizen and i said. Mr. i Other comments favored a i commercial zone from the mos t church house at 2100 N. 2000 w. extending south to 1800 North 2000 West. exists on North already, operated there in nonconforming use,since the business was established before county zoning ordinances were /SNT IT THE TRUTH/ By CARL RIBLET JR. trons can be minors out. What is shown at drive-in the- "There should be another one- i way couplet on the south end checked to keep of t he central business district to effect the transition from Washington onto alternate aters is not s i m i 1 a p r 1 y controllable, and' minors can watch from neighboring areas, the mayor said. • He said he understood an au- routes," he commented. .REDUCED TRAFFIC ' Although traffic would be reduced on Washington to slow- tomobile accident recently had | moving vehicles entering and -^ —-i—J.-.1 j.- •"-- j-:...-'leaving the parking mall, cross streets—24th, 25th and '26th— been attributed to the driver watching the screen of an outdoor movie theater and driving off the road because of lack of attention. Councilman would be through streets. These 'will be major traffic | arteries, although they will have "" in in keein , • Wilford -Powers, I "some", landscaping in keeping ' ;There:"-are" three occasion's in!-who^ug^ested the 'need 'for a'| with extensive'landscaping of a man's life when he is made 1 " .,,,_,. . _.., ., _.j,_i nancially secure, he added. Manager Kelley cited the j in connection with a till tap in downtown development project wn jch $120 or more was report- as one of the major accomplishments of his tenure in office. IMPROVED RELATIONS „ j Improved relations with mili-J250 E.. J Washington Terrace, tarv and other federal installa-] was booked on a larceny charge tions and with Utah's congres- and also for carrying a con- Ogden police Wednesday j the store, stood in a check night arrested a 24-yea,o,d man to know that he is no anybody else.— when made! new ordinance, said he had re-j parking and pedest •bettericeived reports of juveniles walkways, Mr. Bui IBP VIP thronging around to watch adult Kiesel, used prin ICll 11C ,° Y _ i J .. ___ ____ __»™ «t*-i*] f.f.nr* 4-n fl »l *•!-1 n «" f •? i sional delegation which have helped to bring new jobs to the area were also .listed as important accomplishments. He did not. however, take personal credit for these developments. Public works, including improvement of streets, water lines, parks and specifically the steps forward made by the Ogden Police Department were cited bv the manager as major • ' ' the ;rian malls or j gains since he took over j fi]es tax return, thronging around to watch adult movies on outdoor screens and some near-assaults which had Burnham noted. A one service station corner of 1800 1411^0 ju^ .***•—«~ ->— - -;— -j some near-aSoauiui wiucn n<au i when-he is called up by--the j been related to the stimulation draft and when his face is first j of such, watching. slapped by a woman. "Man must make the angels laugh." —Charles Lamb Councilman James T. Brown said he believed-that if the outdoor showings are having a detrimental effect, they should be stopped. _ ..... „„.,, ..... Kiesel, used primarily for access to parking facilities, probably will continue to be a one- way street, north. A focal point of the redevelopment plan willbe a proposed plaza at the northwest corner of 24th and Washington, the present location of the J. C. Penney Co. job. "I'm not completely satisfied with what has been done, but I don't know., what I'd change," he remarked. . Prior .to becoming city manager, Mr. Kelley worked for three years as Ogden's public works chief. Before that he was a senior associate engineer with a private firm in.Salt Lake City. Annual Stock Show Begins Run Nov. 5 Plans are nearing completion for -the annual Golden Spike National Livestock Show which manager Jay Hadley expects to be "one of the best" in recent years. The show is scheduled for Nov. 5-20 in the Golden Spike Coliseum-in West Ogden. A rodeo on Nov. 18-20 and a junior miniature-rodeo Nov. 1011 will be major features;of this year's 'Golden Spike National Livestock Show. Mr. Fadley reported considerable early interest by potential exhibitors, particularly in the cattle, appaloo'sa. 'and quarter horse events. . "We could' have' -as many as 350 entries for the appaloosa show," he said, reporting entries already received from throughout the Intermountain Area and California. 'Hereford.'and Angus'bree'd«rs from as far away as Texas and Illinois .-'.have .reserved exhibit space for the : show, he said. Another major feature of this year's event will be the junior fat stock show and sale scheduled for. Nov. 13. The Greater Ogden Chamber of Commerce will .continue its support of the' sale portion of this event which has' 'helped make it- successful in recent years. C h a m b e r members have provided . between $15,000 :and $20,000 a year to-assure above market prices for' the 'young exhibitors .. who ' sell their animals at the show.. •' Here's'the program - for the 1971 show as outlined'today by Mr. Hadley; : , . '• ' .- —Nov: 5-6: Appaloosa show and judging,-- • -.- :-r..-. —Nov. 9-13: Hereford and Angus show. —Nov. 13: Junior fat stock show and sale. —Nov. 10-11: Miniature rodeo with youth up to 15 years of age participating. —Nov. 12: Youth quarter horse show. —Nov. .13: 4-H horse show. —Nov. 8-9: Rabbit show. —Nov. 11: Chicken show. .—Nov. 16: Draft horse show and pulling-contest. —Nov. 17: Paint horse show. —Nov. 18-20: Quarter horse show. —Nov.18-20 : Rodeo. waited on other customers. wmcn ^juu ui muic woo ii^«".- fh e suspects ran from the ed taken at the Stop and Shop j store, one- climbing into a car Market 1170 Washington. and riding off. Jimmy L. Staggers of 4586 S. The other one was captured .. „•'„,, • c ?°,_- ^ a ft er being struck in the mouth by a motorist while attempting to jump on the side of a pickup. cealed weapon, a hunting knife Two youths, 1U and 17 years . , < found in his boot while being | old. searched in the county jail. |and Patrolman Ronald Gardiner |for alleged .petty larceny, said the two men came into' connection with gas siphoning. were arrested by police referred to juvenile court in Forester Begins Duty In Ogden on Oct. 17 Conservationists' protests over his transfer from Florida to Utah are embarrassing both himself and the Forest Service, says U.S. forester Robert Entzminger- .'He will .'assume .duties as -assistant regional forester in charge ' of --Information and Education.for the Intel-mountain Region, on Oct. 17.. ' . Mr. Entzminger comes to the Ogden office after serving as Florida National Forest supervisor for some four years.- In that capacity, the forester was responsible for outlining an innovative master plan to be used- on the sprawling Ocala National Forest. Transferred before the plan was put into effect, Mr. Entzminger has indicated that some conservationists felt he was being cashiered and punished for developing the use plan. •"This is untrue," he told newsmen in Park City Wednesday where he is participating in a regional planning confer e,n- c e preparatory to taking over his new post. Mr. Entzminger said he was honored by the conservationists efforts to keep him in Florida tiiat tiie will con- but pointed out programs he began tinue as planned. Regional Forester Vern Harare welcomed his new assistant and said "Bob Entzminger has encouraged public participation in several environmental issues of national significance. "I personally selected him for this position because : of his proven ability as an administrator," Mr. Hamre continued, "and I feel that his new position will be a stepping stone to top Forest Service management positions." . The Regional. Forester indicated Mr. Entzminger's efforts will be directed to a far greater geographic area than Florida. A native of Santa Rosa, Calif., Mr. Entzminger earned his first bachelor's degree in forestry from Oklahoma State University and won a second B.S. in foreign trade from the American Institute for Foreign Trade in Phoenix, Ariz. He is a 15-year veteran of the Forest Service and has served in a number of ranger districts in California.

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