Standard-Examiner, Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971 ^^S^X^««^v~<-»^«Jv»'-;-" j—^K-vVjffW" •v«6KjAMjw**|* f -. ,' .^ ••'•• :.^>-, /•*• "• • • v i ^^^B^B^ Water in the Pine 'View, tern will be taken^from the canals next ..week,-' not:'later than Oct. 15, Edward H. Southwick, secretary-manager, announced oday. ' .. • ..-••-.' He advised water users to water their shrubs and lawns this weekend as the water may be taken from -thev'Soufli-'Ogden and Ogden-Brigham canals as early ;as-Tuesday.:/ • HEAVY MOISTURE. : Any :: type- .of storm Bringing leavy moisture • to the area could-result in the water being aketi'out.of the' canals .earlier han Tuesday, Mr. Southwick added; • • • " ' J ''When 'the water ,is removed, usfers"-should drain ; their , own systems ,so there'll, be no damage • from frost, he said. WIELDING brushes are Pat Burdett, Sue Bagley and Dee Higley (left to right), who announce "Color My World" is the theme of Weber Stake Teen dance. LDS WEBER STAKE TEENS TO, DANCE ON SATURDAY UINTAH—The Weber Stake Teen dance with the theme "Color-My World" -will be held at the LDS Weber Stake House in Uintah Saturday, beginning at 8:30 p.m. ' . A , _ . . Fourteen-year-olds and over are invited. Tickets are 75 cents each. School dress is prescribed. Music will be provided by the Vis-Counts. Pizza -will be served. A floor show will be presented by Weber Stake Demonstration Dance Team. The dancers are directed by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bonn. NEXT WEEK Pine View System Will Empty Canals "Any master valves that are frozen will have to be replaced, by the'user," he commented. Mr. Southwick said the district had a heavy draw of irrigation water 'during June, July and part of August this year. The district expects to end the season with approximately 17,000 acre-feet of .holdover water, which; isJ'aboutaver.age:; for the last-several'years. •- ' "We're getting off to a. good start on next year," the manager added. < -. ", Although' users'..took out a lot of .water this year, -Mr. Southwick 'said the district didn't have to use from storage until Pair Nabbed In Burglaries Ogden -..police .youth, bureau detectives have arrested two more juveniles. : in connection with 12 ^burglaries, including nine in. schools, during the past four months' v Detective :Burl K. .Malmborg said the : two -youths, were both ^youths, two' 13 17. Three .other and one were arrested school.events is promised by toe PTA chapter of Utah. School for the Deaf, according, to publicity chairman Elaine Seamons. Rather than'meeting at night with ••-• the traditional round- of Monday in connection with the break-ins. • The five youths have been referred to/lst District Juvenile Court, on "charges of alleged burglary.. ' . , ^-'Detective Malmborg and I Detective Ralph' Cragun- 'are continuing" their investigation into,the burglaries. •••: •'. nearly Julyl. ' . •-.. • a successful '.season and we all our Builder Gets License .A business.license for Descon Corp., a general'building contractor at 3637 Washington, has Deaf School PTA Changes Program Format; Parents Invited Daytime Something new Jin -back-to- enlightening for parents as they • _ , .'• _ * _. _ i i^ j.t_ _ 1 ...nlXL. *«nnVi«-i«*« n*\A ofltnArtT-C 3T watch, teachers and students at work," he notes. visits, the parents to chapter is inviting back-to-schooL' day beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday. ATTEND SCHOOL Parents who attend are asked to bring their children' to school and stay for a general meeting of 30 minute's duration. From 9 to 11:30 a.m., parents will be able to visit classes in rotation with children as well as teachers. ; They will eat with _children in the cafeteria and wind, up the visit about 12:30, Mr. Seamons says. "This, will give the.kids a iful..season -tractor at 3«3V wasrangion, n-as ±m:> vnu. 6 **<- "" -~ „' water for beerr authorized by .the Weber!chance to show their parents "'"htTsaid. -- Jl County Commission. .: . . what .they can do and-should be TERRACE PTA MEETS OCT. 14 WASHINGTON TERRACE — "Back-to-School Night" is scheduled at Washington Terrace Elementary School, 125 E. 4475 S., at 7:30 p.m. Oct- 14 by the PTA.' The program will include announcement of new officers and introduction of the • new principal with parents having the opportunity to meet teachers. Music will be' provided by the Bell Tones. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Harrop will serve this-year as chapter co-presidents/ with Maj." and Mrs. Norrell Eliason- as presidents-elect. Other officers are Kenneth Kinner, second vice-president; Mrs. Tony Christopulos.•- third vice-president; Mrs. Clinton France, secretary, and Mrs. E. Don Page, treasurer. OTHER ASSIGNMENTS Mrs. Harrop, Mr. Harrop and Mrs. France will also serve as chairmen of the program, advisory and telephone committees, respectively. Other committee chairmen are: Mr. and Mrs. William Edgington, membership; Mr. Seamons, publicity . and distribution; Mrs. Lamar Ercanbrack, distribution; Mrs. M. Brent Jex, hospitality; "Gary Suttlemyre, • home placement, and Mrs. Warren Burbank, - Woodbury Hall South Ogden Will Curb Sale of Obscene Books SOUTH OGDEN—Mayor Har-| vey R. Hegstrom, supported by| the City Council, has said' he would take necessary legal action to curb the sales of hard core pornographic literature and items in South Ogden. The mayor' said one retail business, which he did not identify, was apparently selling obscene books and items and that he had conferred with Police Chief James L. Wold on ways to handle the matter. LEGAL ACTION City Attorney Richard L. Stine advised legal proceedings should be taken through the county attorney's office with prosecution under the governing state law. The selling of hard core pornographic literature is a misdemeanor unless the material is sold to a minor when a felonious conviction could result. South Ogden ordinances are limited in governing the sale of pornographic items but the state has a "strong stature" that can be prosecuted through the county, Mr. Stine said. He endorsed the mayor's stand 'on the matter. Mayor Hegstrom said a pornographic outlet exists in Ogden despite prosecution. The case, Mr. Stine said, is before the courts on "constitutional questions." "We don't want this type of business to spread," the mayor said. He asked for close cooperation among all police departments in the county in dealing- with vendors of salacious material which stirs prurient interest. Pornography is "big business" but the state has the legal machinery to deal with the problems, Mr. Stine asserted. 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