The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 21
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Wolthuis Cites Need for Revenue Sharing LT. STEVEN F. HANSON In Germany Ogden Officer Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Steven F. Hanson has been promoted to first lieutenant in -the Army while stationed in * Germany. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Hanson, 1015 22nd. Lt. Hanson is accountable officer with the 95th supply and service battalion near Wurz;burg. He entered the Army in •August, 1971. ; He is a 1969 graduate of ' Brigham Young University. His ; . wife Tomi is with him in ; Germany. Hof, Germany, Ogden's 'sister city" of 55,000, has the usual problems municipalities of similar size face with the citizens resolved to reach workable solutions, Mayor Bart Wolthuis said Wednesday. In a talk before the Ogden Rotary Club, he-told of his visit to the German city and of the people's interest in what is being done for the welfare of Ogden citizens. Although the Utah city faces financial difficulty and other problems, the mayor said, "We should look at ourselves and begin to appreciate the opportunities we have here." The city's -fiscal crisis is based mainly on an inflationary trend, increasing from five to seven per cent the past 10 or 15 years as property valuation goes up only two or three per cent. REVENUE SHARING He called for Congress to enact a suitable revenue sharing program, with monej appropriated directly to the city without strings. The federal governmen collects 64 per cent of all taxe: and 93 per cent of alLincbm , i ;_j :_ 4-ItA <n»\4>iyvn +h "It's only proper some of this money should come back to the eople," he said. The U.S. experiences a $10 illion increase in federal taxes annually, according to the mayor's research. PER CAPITA "If we're included on a per apita basis," the mayor said, our economy will grow along ivith our income." He predicted more housing taxes levied in the nation, th mayor said. and beneficial renewal projects will result once the Ogden Housing Authority and Revedeloping Agency develop their programs. "These programs are always slow to start but as we go into various .areas with the cooperation of the people we can progress," the mayor said. City government has a responsibility to' citizens for clean air, pure water, proper homes and an improved en- CEREMONIES AT DEFENSE DEPOT TO NOTE CHANGE OF COMMAND DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN - Col. Robert B. Ladd, USAF will relinquish command of this installation to Col. Andrew L. Schalbrack, USA, in a change of command ceremony here today. Col. Schalbrack, formerly deputy commander of the post, is the 18th commander of the 30-year-old installation. Col Ladd will live in his new home in North Ogden. He has taken an administrative position with Weber State 00 The' ceremony will take place in front of the headquarters building at 3:30 p.m. Officiating at the ceremony wfflbeMaj. Gen K. C..Dempster, USAF, assistant director of plans; programs and -systems of Defense Supply Agency. : • DDO officials estimate about 400-500 depot personnel, Ogden and local civic officials and other dignitaries are expected to attend the ceremony. Transfer of authority during the ceremony will be symbolized by handing over of the United States flag from Col. Ladd to Col. Schalbrack. vironment, he declared. TO GROW Sound, -inter-community and inter-county programs are essential if the area is to grow, he added. He urged citizens not to become complacent, stressing that all people must feel they're involved in working to solve the problems of a growing community. Following his talk, he received a standing ovation, an expression, as explained by Rotarian W. Wesley Anderson, reflecting appreciation of "Dr. Wolthuis' devoted record of community service far beyond the call of duty," Ogdea Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 7B AREA ARTISTS ENTER EXHIBIT ROY —The Western Art Guild, with 31 local members, is exhibiting monthly at Weber Memorial Hospital,-2700 W. 5600 S. Mary Warnock is exhibit chairman and Ruth Bradley in charge of hanging the art. Local artists will have their work displayed in the Cottonwood Mall, Nov. 1113, and at the Valley Fair Exhibit Nov. 15-19. Paintings must be delivered to the Western Art Guild, 501 40th, by Nov. 1 in time for Salt Lake exhibits. Taxes on Land in Suit BilledWrong,Man Says A -property owner told the County Commission he is being billed for taxes on land the state took away from him in a condemnation suit. Michael Avondet of 4591 Edgehill said he owned property condemned by the State Board of Higher Education for expansion of Weber State College campus. .... Although the state filed notice of condemnation in 1970, Mr. Avondet. who fought to keep the pro p-e r t y for residential development, paid the 1970 tax bill. He told the commission court action earlier this year ruled in favor of the state -and the college acquired the property but he has been billed for 1971 taxes. The college has never recorded the transaction and the assessor's office bills according to property owner of record. County Attorney Robert L. Neway advised Mr. Avondet to see his attorneys, contact the college or state and see that the : I ownership and judgment were ] recorded. UNRIVALED BEAUTY - - - ft s ^ " "» 'v ' i * -- 4k K- - > ^ s Vsi\ ~ s — ssr-vj T^vN- *f C* ** •f f> *. x -u ^~-cj-^ » >V^<, SiL Ollsr.^. <?_u_... * T> * x N vAV f I- i ^ X \\\V MRS. PUSSY CAT CHAIR PUSSY CAT ROCKER OTTOMAN Many other Pacific Gallery styles in stock. A few very specially priced floor models left. 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