The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 8, 1975 · Page 4
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Provo, Utah
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Tuesday, April 8, 1975
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Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Tuesday, April 8,,1975 Obituaries A. Gordon Kimball MESA, Ariz. — Andrew Gordon Kimball, 87, of Mesa, died on his birthday Sunday, April 6,1975. He was the father of Mrs. Ira (Olive) Mitchell of Provo and brother of LDS Church President Spencer W. Kimball. He was born April 6, 1888 in Salt Lake City to Andrew and Olive Woolley Kimball. He began a 40-year banking career as a janitor with Valley National Bank in Tucson, Ariz., and became manager of the savings and escrow department and cashier. After retiring, he was Tucson City treasurer for four years. Active in the LDS Church, he was bishop of a Tucson ward for eight years, and at the time of his death was Mesa, Ariz., East Stake patriarch. Survivors include his widow, Clara; one son and three duaghters, Mrs. Mitchell, Provo; Gordon C. Kimball, Thatcher, Ariz.;' Mrs. David0. Brown and Mrs. Miles I. Aldrich, both of Mesa; 31 grandchildren; several great - grandchildren; one sister and two brothers, President Kimball. Salt Lake City; Delbert G. Kimball, Chico, Calif., and Mrs. Clare Claridge, Safford, Ariz. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Mesa 28th Ward Chapel. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa. President Kimball will attend the services. John Kay Moffat SALT LAKE CITY - Funeral services are scheduled Wednesay for John Kay Moffat, 86, of 865 Parkway Ave., who died Sunday, April 6, 1975 in Salt Lake City. Several relatives live in Utah County. He was born May 4, 1888 in Meadowville, Rich County, to Joseph S. and Lois Gunn Moffat. He married Hannah D. Robinson on Sept. 10,1910 in the Logan LDS Temple. She died April 3, 1970. He married Minnie Healey on Dec, 6,1971 in Farmington. He was a dairy farmer and a retired employee of Kennecott Copper Corp. survivors include his widow, a son and two daughters, Orval J. Moffat and Mrs. Gweneth K. Mann, both of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. H.W. (Shirley Ruth) Hendrickson, Granger; 21 grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; a brother and two sisters, Roy Moffat, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Carrie Kearl, Laketown, Rich County, and Mrs. Lucille Thornock, Randolph, Rich County; four stepsons and two stepdaughters, Emmett Healey, Salt Lake City; Marion Healey and Ervin Healey, both of Alpine; Vern Healey, Westwood, Calif.; Mrs. Herman (Vera) Schick, Bonners Ferry, Ida., and Mrs. Fred (Delia) Bowen, American Fork. Wednesday's funeral will begin at 2 p.m. at the Parkview LDS Ward Chapel, 2465-fith East. Friends may call at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251-23rd East, tonight between 6 and 8 o'clock and at the chapel Wednesday an hour prior to the service. Friends also may call Thursday between noon and 1 p.m. at the Laketown LDS Chapel. Burial will be in Laketown Cemetery. Two-Woy Raof/'o Reported Sfo/en Ronald Ellison of 1932 S. 400 E., Orem, reported to police that his citizens band radio had been taken from his vehicle. The two-way radio was valued at about $350, according to the report. Berg Mortuary San Francisco, Calif. Margaret Louise Mackay Graveside services were conducted today 2 P.M. in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery Salt Lake City., Salt Lake City Ruby Verla Heeler Thomas Funeral services were conducted today 12 noon in the'Cottonwood L.D.S. Chapel in Salt Lake. Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery. Coalinga, California William Hand! Berge Funeral services will be conducted Thursday l P.M. in the Edgemont Ward Chapel 3050 Mojave Lane. Friends may call at the Ward Chapel Thursday 11 A.M. until time of services. Interment Provo City Cemetery. William H. Berge E. 'Effie' Bushman COALINGA, Calif. - William Hans Berge, 70, of 212 Hoover St., Coalinga, died of a heart attack Monday, April 7, 1975 in the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City. He was an oil drilling superintendent. He was bom Nov. 20, 1904 in Lakeview, a son of Nels Hansson and Mattie Mae Outhouse Berge. He married Lucille Provost on June 10,1931 in Hanford, Calif. Mr. Berge received his early education in Benjamin schools and worked in the mines in Dividend before moving to California. He worked in the oil fields all over California, and in 1955 moved to Brazil to explore for oil. He discovered several small oil wells in California, and in 1951, with his brother - in - law, formed the Cardinal Drilling Co. which .later merged with Neves Drilling Co. At the time of his death, he was semi - retired. He was a member of the LDS Church in Coalinga Ward. Survivors include his widow and two sons, Dale L. Berge, Provo, and Charles William Berge, Leucadia, Calif.; six grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Glen Berge, Provo; C. Marion Berge, Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. Farrell (Erma) Conk, Garden Grove, Calif., and Mrs. Del (Mae) Hiatt, Jerome, Ida. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in Edgemont Eighth Ward Chapel, 3050 Mojave Lane, Provo, where friends may call Thursday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery under direction of Berg Mortuary. Raymond L. Done PAYSON — Raymond Lynn Done, 84, of Payson, died April 6, 1976 at a Portland, Ore., hospital after a lingering illness. He was born July 6, 1890 in Payson to John L. and Mary Jane Wilson Done. He married Wanetta Wilson on Sept. 12,1916 in Payson. Mr. Done taught at the University of Utah for five years and obtained a leave of absence to attend Harvard graduate school. He served as principal of Springville High School for five years and instituted the Springville High School for National Art Exhibit. Mr. Done also was principal of Eureka High School for four years and later served as a representative for the Houghton Mifflin Textbook Co. for 30 years. He is survived by his widow and two sons, Dr. Robert W., Done, Portland, and Dr. H. R. Done, St. Louis, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Inez Barney, Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Geneva Pickering, Payson; 10 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Rigby Mortuary, Payson. Friends may call Thursday morning prior to services. Burial will be in Payson City Cemetery. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - Ragu Hildebnrg Bergsta* NUsai, 77, died Monday; funeral Thursday noon, Edgehill Second Ward Chapel, 1750 S. ISO RJenaa V. McQuade, 59, diedSunday; funeral Friday, 11 a.m., 2128 S. State St. Joseph Campbell, 65. died Sunday; Funeral Wednesday, 11 a.m., 36 E. 700 S. Uopl IrviM Bailey, 89, died Sunday; funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., 36 E. 700 S. SHgeta Yamagnchi, 68, died Sunday; funeral Thursday, 1 p.m., Salt Lake Buddhist Church, 211 W. 100 S. Earl W. RrgiBon, 83, died Saturday; funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., 260 E. South Temple. OGDEN - Eugene Robert Martinez, 28, died Sunday; funeral Wednesday, 10 am, St. Joseph's Catholic Church. LAYTON - Harley Graham, 55. died Sunday; funeral Friday. 11 a.m., NewZion's Baptist Church, Ogden. Mdvin Day Robins, 80, died Monday; funeral Wednesday. 1 p. m., Layton 19th ard Chapel. RICHHELD-Forrest Ray Ciristianseo, 25, died Sunday; funeral Thursday, 1 p.m., Richfidd Fourth Ward Chapel. KEARNS - Alan Clyde Buraiogham, 44, died Sunday; funeral Wednesday noon. Keams 13th Ward Chapel, 4232 W. 5015 S. LEHI - Elfreda "Effie" Farquharson Bushman, 80, of 614 W. Main St., Lehi, died of causes incident to age Sunday, April 6, 1975 in an Orem convalescent center. She was born Nov. 25, 1894 in Alpine, a daughter of Francis and Dorthea Maria Beck Watkins Farquharson. She married John Martin Bushman on Nov. 19, 1913 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mrs. Bushman was active in the LDS Church, serving as Primary teacher, counselor in the presidency and Relief Society teacher and counselor. With her husband she served a mission in 1946-47 to Texas and Louisiana. She was a member of the DUP. Survivors include her husband, two sons and two daughters, F. Wayne Bushman, Payson; H. Keith Bushman, Mrs. Leo (Ilah) Hadfield and Mrs. Ronald (Ludene) Peterson, all of Lehi; 20 grandchildren, and 25 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Lehi First - Sixth - 13th Ward Chapel under the direction of Bishop SherwinAJlred. Friends may call at Wing Mortuary, Lehi, Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Burial will be in Lehi City Cemetery. Sandra Milliner SANDY — Graveside services were held Monday in Peoa, Summit County, for Sandra Milliner, nine-day-old daughter of Alan and Deborah Said Milliner, who died of prematurity Sunday, April 6, 1975 in a Salt Lake Hospital. She was born March 29, 1975 in Salt Lake City. She is survived by her parents and a one sister, Tara Milliner, Sandy; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Milliner, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Hazel Welch, Reno, Nev.; great - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Milliner, Peoa, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Reese, HeberCity. Jamie E. Bryner HUNTER — Funeral services were held today for Jamie Eric Bryner, 13-day-old son of Gary and Madalynn Bryner, 7128 W. 3870 S., who died Sunday, April 6, 1975 in a Salt Lake City hospital. He was born March 24, 1975. Survivors include his parents and a sister, Tonya Lyhe Bryner; grandparents, Mrs. Robert Preece, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Louis P. Bryner, Kearns, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frances L. Tuttle, Springville. Services were held at 4330 S. Redwood Rd., and burial was in Valley View Memorial Park. 85 East 300 South, Provo '0 Ph. 373-6668 Eureka Walter Sutherland Services will be held Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. in the United Methodist Chapel in Eureka. Friends call Tuesday from 6-8 at the Walker Mortuary of Payson. Burial Eureka City Cemetery. Elementary Delays Full Year Plan PAYSON — A propsed year-around program at Payson's Wilson Elementary School will not get underway until the summer of 1976 at the earliest due to the addition scheduled to be constructed after the conclusion of the current academic year. Nebo School District's board of education has authorized Superintendent Joe. A. Reidhead to seek state approval of the program for both Wilson and Brockbank School in Spanish Fork. Approval from the state board of education is expected to be granted as a matter of routine. Wilson School Principal Howard Creer reported one of the faculty considerations in assisting architects planning the addition is suitable space for the year-round concept. He stressed he welcomes suggestions from parents regarding the proposed program. Before any plan is submitted to the school board for a final decision, he said, meetings will be held to give everyone interested an opportunity to make recommendations. According to a district spokesman, any program developed for Wilson School will not be a carbon copy of that already in operation at Grant School in Springville. Instead, a program will be devised to meet the particular needs of the community and utilize the strength of the staff and resources at the school. THE CORNERSTONE of thin, the Karl G. Maeier Memorial Building on Brlgham Young University campus will be opened Thursday, April 17 at 10:30 a.m. The stone, In the lower right corner (southwest), was laid in 1909 by LDS Church President Joseph F. Smith. The ceremony will be held on the eve of the school's centennial year. Opening of Cornerstone Slated Statistics BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL April S: Boy to Timothy and Sandra Allman Lamoreaux, 685 S. Main St., Pleasant Grove. Girl to Terrance and Evenne Precise Christensen, 1489 N. 300 W., Provo. Boy to Craig and Barbara Irene Pulley Jensen. 1684 S. 800 E., Orem. Boy to James and Gertrude Gross Sumsion. 288 N. 300 E., Provo. April 7: Boy to Ixirry L. and Lori Corinne Hayward Adams, Cleveland, Emery County. Boy to Terry and Dorothy Lou Colton Gasser, 1285 N 50 E., Orem. Boy to Gregory B. and Bernadelte S. Kuo Billings, 597 N. University Ave., No. 3, Provo. Girl to Jay and Marilyn Stone Allen, 60390, Wymount Terrace, Provo Girl to Craig and Yvonne Gardner Herzog, 7D-457, Wymount Terrace, Provo. Boy to Alvin and Sandra Black Witt, 1611 S. Sandhill Road, Orem Girl to Neal and Cindy Robinson Henrie. 430 W. 200 N , No 4, Provo. Girl to David and Jan Jones Hall, 523 N 100 W., No. 13, Provo. Boy to Dan B and Roxanne Rae Williams Conner Box 282, Pleasant Grove. Boy to Randy and Lou Merrilyn Andersen Jensen, 747 E. 1834 S., Orem. Boy to Jerry and Sandra Louder Loe, 3222 S. 900 E., No 8, Salt Lake City. Date I Book i Wednesday PROVO PLANNING COMMISSION meeting Wednesday,, City Building, 8 p.m. UTAH COUNTY COMMISSION meeting Wednesday, County Building, 10 a.m. LINDON CITY COUNCIL meeting — Wednesday, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. SANTAQUIN CITY COUNCIL meeting Wednesday, City Hall, 7 p.m. PROVO CIVIL AIR PATROL meeting Wednesday, Provo Airport, 8 p.m. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION of Utah County meeting — Wednesday, Timpanogos Community Mental Health Center, Provo, 4 p.m. JUAB SCHOOL BOARD meeting — Wednesday, district offices, 7:30 p.m. Profits Offered Cancer Drive By Restaurant The manager of a local hamburger restaurant has made an unusual offer to the American Cancer Society during its annual fund drive. Peter Lysenko of Burger King, 1620 N. 200 W., Provo, will donate 25 per cent of the restaurant's total cash intake on Wednesday to the cancer fund. Mr. Lysenko said that this will comprise more than the net profit of the cafe. Burger King hours on Wednesday will be from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Those beautiful flowerlike sea anemones which cling to coral or rocks are actually animals. They trap small fish for food by closing their tentacles around the victim. The cornerstone of the Karl G. Maeser Memorial Building on Brigham Young University campus, which was laid by LDS Church President Joseph F. Smith on October 16,1909, will be opened at ceremonies on Thursday, April 17, at 10:30 a.m. Special invitations to the event are being sent to more than 250 sons and daughters of teachers who were on the faculty of the University when the building was erected. The families of hundreds who donated funds toward the construction of the building or were students at the time also are expected to attend. 2 Plead Guilty, 2 Sentenced in Criminal Court Richard Alex Martinez, 1142 W. Center, Provo, was sentenced to an indeterminate term of up to five years in the Utah State Prison, when he appeared in the Fourth District Court Friday for sentencing on a burglary charge. The prison term was suspended, and Martinez was placed on probation for two years, with the provision that he must obtain professional counseling. He completed a 90-day evaluation at the Utah State Prison before being returned to the court. Marvin Butler, 252 N. 300 E. Spanish Fork, pleaded guilty in the court to a Class A misdemeanor of eluding an officer. Sentencing was scheduled for April 24, with a pre-sentence investigation to be made by the Adult Probation and Parole Department. The court took under advisement a motion for a new trial in the case of Daniel Peck, 27 of Pleasant Grove, who was convicted last week by a Fourth District Court jury of aggravated assault. A bench warrant was issued for Douglas Bruce Wilkinson, 80 N. 800 W., Orem, when he failed to appear for sentencing on a charge of possessing marijuana. The court set cash bail at $2000. Alan Neal Bray, 152 E. 300 S., Springville, was sentenced to spend 30 days in the Utah County Jail and remain on probation for an additional six months, after pleading guilty to probation violation. Parkinson Scott, 19 of 224 E. 400 N., Provo, pleaded guilty to a charge of indecent liberties. Sentencing was continued to April 23 to allow time for a pre-sentence investigation and report. Scott's attorney told the court his client is on probation for a felony charge, and reported that the charge against him was filed as the result of plea bargaining with the county attorney's office. Brigham Young University will celebrate its centennial for one year beginning with the 100th commencement on Friday, April 18. The cornerstone opening is a dramatic prelude to the observance, scheduled so that many visitors on campus for commencement can participate. Many dignitaries of church, education, and government were present 66 years ago when Church President Joseph F. Smith placed a metal box filled with mementoes of the time in a space in the cornerstone. In preparation for the opening, officials of the BYU Physical PROVO FLORAL 201 W. 199 $.-373*7001 LIVING MEMORY,.. «— ENDURING TRIBUTE,,. /he monument UP TO 30% DISCOUNT ON A SEIECTJD GROUP OF MARKERS NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR PLANT COME EARIY FOR BiST SECTION ONE OF EACH STYt|_0NlY BEESLEY MONUMENT & VAULf Phone 374-0580' " Plant Department have located the exact stone. The actual cutting into the stone to obtain the metal box inside will be performed by Karl Miller, retired BYU Physical Plant official who was present in 1909 when the stone was laid and sealed. The contents will be examined by Dr. Lorin F. Wheelwright, assistant to the president of BYU and director of the centennial observance; Colleen Peppers, BYU's centennial and homecoming queen; Mrs. Fern Fletcher, wife of Dr. Harvey Fletcher, famous scientist and "father of stereophonic sound"; Orem Seniors Note New Center to Open Orem Senior Citizens are looking forward to opening their new center to the public this Saturday for a fund-raising banquet, which will begin at noon. Tickets may be purchased from any Orem Senior Citizen, Mrs. Nellie Wasberg said. A delicious dinner is planned, and patrons will be served as much as they wish to eat, she added. An entertaining program will follow the dinner, featuring the harmonica band, fun band and singing group. Those attending should bring Comparison Of Borders Slated at 'V A comparison of the American frontier with the border areas between China and Russia will be made Thursday in the American West lecture series at Brigham Young University. Dr. Paul V. Hyer, BYU professor of history and one of the nation's outstanding authorities on China's border areas, will present the lecture at 8 p.m. in A-104 Jesse Knight Building Annex. The public is invited free of charge. The lecture is sponsored by the BYU Charles Redd Center for Western Studies. Title of the lecture is, "Comparative Frontiers: China and the West." The comparison will center on the Mongolia and north China border areas. Dr. Hyer will deal with the lives of two Chinese frontiersmen — one a businessman, entrepreneur and developer and the other a government official who was imprisoned for his activities in defense, land development and graft. Dr. Hyer has backpacked through portions of Nepal, India and Afghanistan and has been a visiting professor at universities in Japan and Taiwan. their own place setting (plate, cup or glass and silverware). The blood pressure clinic also is scheduled in the Orem City Center multipurpose room on April 16 at 1p.m. On April 19 a tour has been arranged to see the Ice Capades in the Salt Palace. Orson Vernon, new tour director, should be contacted for reservations. This Thursday's travelogue will begin at 1 p.m. in the Orem City Center. Regular features of the senior citizens include Mobile Meals served at noon (bring own place settings); social activities from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. which include bingo, card games, quilting and ceramics. Bowling is held Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. and the singing group practices Tuesdays at 10 a.m. Harmonica band practice is Thursday at 10 a.m. and the fun band practices on Friday at 1 p.m. Ceramics class is held Friday at 10a.m. and Mrs. Alice Wilkinson, wife of former BYU President Ernest L. Wilkinson. Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Wilkinson also were present at the 1909 ceremony. Chairman of the cornerstone committee, who will act as master of ceremonies at the event, is Dr. Wayne B. Hales, professor emeritus of physics and chemistry and dean emeritus of the General College. Dr. Hales an early-day athlete at BYU and a graduate of 1916, will offer greetings and introduce the guests. Much of the program will follow the pattern set at the laying of the cornerstone. "0 Ye Mountains High," performed as a trumpet solo at the original ceremony, will be played by K. Newell Dayley of the BYU music faculty. Dr. Vasco M. Tanner, professor emeritus of zoology, who was also present at the original ceremony, will offer the invocation. At the opening of the exercises, the centennial octet will sing "The College Song" and at the conclusion "The Teacher's Work is Done," both written about President Karl G. Maeser after his death in 1901. Addresses will be given by BYU President Dallin H. Oaks and Lynn S. Richards, a Salt Lake City attorney and former president of the Alumni Association, whose topic will be "BYU as it was, as it is, and as it is to become." Reid Robison, BYU student body president, will pronounce the benediction. The cornerstone committee includes Dr. Hales, Mrs. Wilkinson, Fred L. Markham, architect who designed many BYU buildings; Stephen L. Barrett, director of alumni activities; Judge David J. Wilson, who was BYU valedictiorian in 1914 and who was appointed by President Eisenhower as judge of the U.S. Customs Court based in New York City. GRADUATE ATTACHE You could be paying too much for.. CONTACTLENSES WHY PAY $150 - $200 OR MORE FOR CONTACT LENSES? Save on Quality Contact Lenses at Douglas Optical...priced so you can afford them SINGLE VISION CONTACT LENSES ONE PRICE Second pair purchased at the same time for another person. ONLY S40 DOWNTOWN PROVO IMUMIJUWB j S! 140 W. CENTER STREET TELEPHONE 373-4251 DOUGLAS OPEN, ALL DAY MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

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