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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 4

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Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Wednesday, April 9. 1975 Obituaries Brian C. Felt LA YTON — Memorial services for Brian C. Felt, 21, will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Layton Park Ward Chapel, 275 Park St. Brian drowned on March 17, 1975 in San Francisco Bay while on a tour with the Weber Stale College A Cappella Choir. He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Clark of Sanlaquin and Mrs. Benjamin Felt, Springville. Brian was born Sept. 27,1953 in Cedar City to Dr. and Mrs. Roger B. Felt. He attended schools in Layton, and graduated from high school there. He served a mission to Arizona for the LDS Church, and had attended Weber State College both before and after his mission. Survivors include his parents, Layton; one sister, five brothers and a foster brother, Mrs. Larry (Renetta) West, Boise, Ida.; Harlan Felt and Rodney Felt, both of Salt Lake City; Tony Felt, on a mission in Florida; Jonathan, Eric and Jared Felt, all of Layton; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Santaquin, and Mrs. Felt, Springville. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - Marvin J. Mollerup, 56, died Monday; public Masonic funeral Friday noon, Masonic Temple, 650 E. South Temple. J. Delbert Bushnell, 91, died Monday; funeral Thursday, 11 a.m., 124-400 E. Joseph William Marcovecchlo lit, 21, died Monday; funeral mass Thursday, 10 a.m., St. Ann's Catholic Church, 430 E. 2100 S. Ruth Oreen Peterson Clark, 51, died Monday; funeral Friday, 1 p.m., Etna Ward Chapel. James 0. Paiborg, 58, died Sunday; graveside services Thursday, 10 a.m., Ml. Calvary Cemetery. Leslie G. Weslberg, 82, died Monday; funeral Friday, 12:30 p.m., 22nd Ward Chapel, 255 W. SOON. OGDEN - Rose Caroline Carlson, 74, died Monday; funeral Thursday, 11 a.m., Undquist and Sons Funeral Home. Susan Jane Bennlon Alllnson, 21, died Monday; funeral Thursday, 1 p.m., 4330 S. Redwood Road. Parley Morgan Ellison, 75, died Tuesday; funeral Thursday, 11 a.m., Chapel of Flowers Mortuary. BLANDING, San Juan County - Ethel Lily Loanc Tasker, 81, died Sunday; funeral was held today In Moab. WILSON, Weber County - Lodovico Delia Lucia, 77, died Tuesday; funeral mass Friday, 10 a.m., St. Mary's Catholic Church. SPRING GLEN, Carbon County Anton Smollc, 78, died Tuesday; funeral mass Friday, 10 a.m., St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Helper. PARK CITY - Wlnnlfred Jennings Mitchell, 88, died Monday; funeral mass Saturday, 10 a.m., St. Mary's of the Assumption Catholic Church. CLINTON, Weber County - John Brandon Cole, infant son of Jim C. and Bonnie J. Butterfield Cole, died Tuesday; graveside services Thursday, 11 a.m., Aultorest Memorial Park, Ogden. LEWISTON, Cache County — Margaret Bernhlsel Theurer, 54, died Monday; funeral Thursday noon, Lewiston First- Fourth Ward Chapel. WEST JORDAN - Lester Keith Morgan, 47, died Tuesday; funeral Friday, 11 a.m., 6500 S. Redwood Road. Mable T. Powelson VANCOUVER, B.C., Canada — Burial will be in Brigham City Cemetery for Mable Mae Thomas Powelson, 93, of Vancouver, who died Tuesday, April 8, 1975 in a Vancouver nursing home after a long illness. Mrs. Powelson was the sister of Howard Thomas, Goshen. She was born June 19, 1881 in Malad, Ida., to David B. and Martha Rees Thomas. She married .John Powelson in 1902 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and he died several years ago. Survivors include two sons and one daughter, Dean Powelson, Edmonton, Alia., Canada; Ralph Powelson, Toronto, Ont., Canada, and Mrs. Edith Slye, Vancouver; six grandchildren; 16 great - grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Howard Thomas, Goshen; Mrs. Rae E. Foulger, Ogden, and Mrs. Gladys Hawley, San Rafael, Calif. 85 East 300 South, Provo Ph. 373-6668 Eureka Walter Sutherland Services were held today at 1:00 p.m. in the United Methodist Chapel of Eureka, with burial in Eureka Cemetery. Provo Ivan Wayne "Ike" Young Funeral services will be conducted Friday 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the Mortuary Thursday 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Orem Baby Boy Hansen Services pending and will be announced by Berg Mortuary of Provo. Coallnga, California William Hands Berge Funeral services will be conducted Thursday \ P.M. in tbe 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. Albert Kriek THE HAGUE, Netherlands Albert Kriek, 63, died of a heart attack Saturday, April 5,1975 in a hospital in The Hague. He was the father of Matthys Kriek, Provo. He was born March 28, 1912 in The Hague to Matthys and Wilhelmina Zonneberg Kriek. He married Jeanne Nieuwenhuysen on Aug. 1,1934. For many years Mr. Kriek was a carpenter and he worked for B.F. Goodrich in the Netherlands. In 1971 he visited in Provo for three or four months. Survivors include his widow and two sons, Matthys Kriek, Provo; Albert Kriek, The Hague; three grandchildren; one brother and one sister, Aalt Kriek, Amersfoot, Netherlands, and Mrs. Jeanne Elshout, The Hague. Cremation will take place in The Hague Thursday at noon. Half-Million May See Days Of '47 Parade SALT LAKE CITY - Half a million persons are expected to view this year's Days of '47 Parade in Salt Lake City, including 250,000 who will see it on television, according to Oscar Drake, parade chairman. Theme this year will be "A Salute to Our Heritage and Progress." Entries may be made by contacting Delia Montgomery, co-chairman, at 59 S. 1100 E., Salt Lake City 84102. Already 85 floats, 24 bands, 11 marching groups, five posses, seven silver mounts and nine horse-drawn vehicles have entered the parade, and for the third year in a row the Robins Air Force Reserve Command Band from Georgia will lead the procession. Prospective clowns must attend two classes in order to receive parade certification, added Less Johnson, clown chairman. He may be contacted at Box 2164, Salt Lake City, 84110. Radio Thefts Reported In Springville SPRINGVILLE - Police here are investigating the theft of two citizens band radios recently. Robert Dean Mace, 280 E. 300 N., reported a CB radio taken from lu's car parked behind the apartment house at the same address. He set value at $110. Roger Hales, 311 E. 100 N., reported that a CB radio valued at $329 was taken from his car parked at the same address. At Provo School Board New Math Texts Take 'Traditional' Line IVAN W. YOUNG Ivan Young, Educator, Coach Dies Ivan Wayne "Ike" Young, 75, of 80 N. 200 E., Provo, died of cancer Tuesday, April 8, 1975 at University Medical Center in Salt Lake City. He was a retired school teacher and athletics coach. Mr. Young was born Jan. 27, 1900 in Huntington, Emery County, to Frank A. and Metthea Rasmussen Young. He married Mae Barton in 1928 in the Manti IDS Temple, and she died in 1947. He married Hazel Fletcher in 1948 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He received his early schooling in Emery County Schools, and attended BY High School, where he was active in athletics. He attended Brigham Young University, playing on the football and other varsity teams, and he graduated in 1924. He coached at Snow College in Ephraim and at Springville High School before moving to Provo, where he coached and taught at Provo High School for 32 years. He retired in 1966. Mr. Young received his M.A. degree from the University of California in 1934. Active in public affairs, Mr. Young was a member of the Radiation Safety Committee and served on several health committees. He was a member of the Provo Kiwanis Club and Mendelssohn Choir. In the LDS Church, Mr. Young had been YWMIA activity counselor in Provo Stake, served in ward and stake Sunday School positions, Oak Hills Fourth Ward High Priests Quorum secretary, and at the time of his death was a member of the Provo Fifth Ward. For two years after his retirement, he was a Salt Lake Temple ordinance worker. Survivors include his widow and one son, Dr. Wayne B. Young, Orem; three grandchildren; five brothers and two sisters, J. A. Young, Idaho Falls, Ida.; Melvin Young, Lehi; Lee E. Young, Salt Lake City; George Young, Richfield; Allen Young and Mrs. Ella Y. Rossi, both of Napa, Calif., and Mrs. Delbert (Mary) Tidwell, Green River, Emery County. Funeral services will be Friday at 11 a.m. in Berg Drawing Room Chapel, Provo, where friends may call Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery. Statistics BORN AT UTAH VALLKY HOSPITAL April 9: Girl to Gregory Kred and Jean Louise Bouche Gunn, 1524 W. Arthur Drive. Boy to Warren and Teressa Anne Fiorito Mace, 630 K. 1700 S., No. 8, Orem. Boy to Ralph and Judy Lav Lassiter, 822 E. 50 S.. Provo. April 8: Girl to Terry and Susan Kathleen Kimball Johnson. 758 E. 1600 S., Orem. Girl to William and Connie Lee Chapman Hoglund, 1999 N University Ave., No. 29, Provo Boy to William and Connie Lee Chapman Hoglund, 1999 N. University Ave., No. 29, Provo Boy to William and Karen Nielsen Staiger, 780 S Main St., Mapleton. Boy to Ronald and Katherine Barlev Cook, 64 E. 350 N.. Orem. Girl to Richard and Marilyn Lawrence Knudsen, 445 W. 500 N., No. 8, Provo Girl to Stephen and Elise Bunker James, 11 E. 1100 S., Orem Boy to Jerry and Carol Jean Meaken Tate, 222 N. 1200 W., No. 76, Orem. Girl to C. Dana and Jill Pulsipher Porter. 425 S. 600 W., Provo. Boy to Walter and Carolyn Whitter Tyler. 57 W. 990 S., Orem. Boy to William A. and Anne Tibbetts Christiansen, 666 E Center St.. No. 2, Provo. AT PAYSON HOSPITAL April 9: Boy to Richard and Pauline Jensen Hartvinsen, Box 42, Springville. April 7: Boy to Clair H. and Patricia Walton Davis, Box 123, Spanish Fork. April 6: Girl to Thayne and Dixie Larson Markham, Box 128, Spanish Fork. Boy to Randy and Carla Tanner Tucket, 68 N. 300 W., Spanish Fork. CARD OF THANKS We desire to expre«$ our sincere appreciation to the many friend* and relatives who assisted in any way during the recent passing of our beloved son and brother, Claude K. Williams. For the many acts of kindnesses, expressions of sympathy, to those who sent food, cards, flowers, for the masses, or in any other way helped, we extend our thanks. The Williams Family Brighten up your lioiiit' I his Spring With potted plants ROHBOCK SONS FLORAL 1042 $. St., OV.m . 225-3100 ByRONBARKER The Provo Board of Education Tuesday night adopted a new math series for use in the elementary grades which will be a boon for parents — it's back in the direction of "traditional" math with problems adults can understand, faculty members advised. According to the faculty committee which reviewed the Holt, Rinehart and Winston series, it is the finest on the market. It also is the least expensive of the series considered for adoption. In other board actions, consideration was given to use alternative types of heating fuel; a former principal of Dixon Junior High School was reappointed to that position after his successor resigned to take a job as a school superintendent; and a low bid on three new school buses was accepted. In discussing the virtues of the math series which will be used beginning next year, Boyd McAffee, in charge of elementary education in the district, pointed out that the Holt, Rinehart and Winston series could be individually tailored to students of varying levels of achievement. Also, the metric system is handled parallel to the English system currently in use in this country. It was noted that at some point in the future, the country would be switching to metric, but it wasn't known how soon that might be Parents will be able to recognize problems in the book and they will very likely be able to help their children with math homework. Page references assist in this, said Mr. McAffee. According to district staff, the emphasis in math education today is back toward "how - to - do - it" instead of high-level theory. Many texts in the so-called "new math" were extremely difficult for poor readers, and they were hence slow in math as well. The new series will overcome that objection, teachers felt. In discussing ways to trim the district's fuel budget Lee Crabb presented a study for Orem Alters Its Budget With Unexpected Funds Orem City's budget for this year was swelled to just over $5 million Tuesday night as councilmen made a series of fund transfers and accepted a large amount of money not anticipated at the beginning of the year. The largest item was the programming of $290,000 to be borrowed with tax anticipation notes which will be used for purchase from the State of Utah of land on 1300 South. Negotiations are still being conducted with the state to determine what will be purchased and what it will cost. Money from federal agencies, including emergency employment money, was officially programmed into the budget, along with money from donations and a grant used for purchase of an ambulance. Adjustments in the amount of expected sales and property taxes and in the projected carryover from last year accounted for a decrease in the budget of about $110,000. Grants from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation and some economies among city departments served to increase the budget in some areas. The actions were taken at a public hearing scheduled to revise the budget. In 61 Burglary Coses, None Gef Prison Term On instructions of Proyo's mayor, the city police department has been keeping track of the fate of those arrested and charged with burglary. During calendar 1974 the Provo City Police Department arrested 61 individuals who subsequently were charged with burglary, according to a report submitted to the mayor. Of that group, 34 were juveniles and 27 were adults. "I asked one of our men to follow each case through court," the police chief's report states. "We were amazed to find that not one single one was sentenced to do time in the prison (Utah State Prison at the Point of the Mountain)." "Six of the 27 were given time in the Utah County Jail as follows: three were given 60 days; one was given four consecutive weekends, and one was given one year." "During calendar 1974 burglary reports rose in Provo City by 70 per cent plus," said Chief Swen C. Nielsen. "It is my feeling that if we had a little more support in stricter sentences from the court that possibly this would have an impact," he added. Utah Elks Association To Meet at Provo Lodge The regular spring meeting of the Utah Elks Association will be hosted by Provo BPO Elks Lodge 849 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, according to Provo Exalted Ruler Neal E. Kershner. All state officers are expected to attend, headed by the president, Dr. Wilbur Thain, of Logan Lodge 1453. The feature of the three-day meeting will be the ritual contest, open to all the lodges in the state, with the winner going to Dallas, Tex., in July to represent Utah at the National Elks convention. The ritual contest will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday and continue through most of Friday. Saturday will be devoted to committee meetings and regular business meetings of the state association. The Utah State Ladies of Elks will meet Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The convention will culminate Saturday with a banquet at 7 p.m. at which time the winner of the ritual competition will be announced, as well as individual winners in parts of the ritual. Uve dance music will be played for the enjoyment of all people attending each evening, and shuttle bus services will be furnished from the motels to the lodge and return. Young Navajo Killed by Car Near Randlett RANDLETT, Utah (UPI) -A 20-year-old Navajo man was struck and killed by a car early today as he lay on State Road 88 south of here. The Utah Highway Patrol identified the victim as Samuel Willie, Randlett. The car was driven by James Chandler, 27, Randlett. The UHP said the accident occurred shortly after midnight. Sora IJQ0 Owd i960 ••^••^•••••••••••••••••••••••^^^^^.^••Bl BEESLEY MEMORIALS DISCOUNTS TO 30% ON MARKERS 92 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE HEIPS US^ ANSWER YOUR EVERY QUESTION. WESLEY MONUMENT AND VAULT CO, 725 SOUTH STATS STRUT, PRQVQ, consideration by the board of what economies would be effected by a switch to number five fuel oil from number two. The number five oil is more efficient, as well as less costly. However, heating systems in Dixon and Farrer Junior High Schol are geared to the number" two oil, and some conversion would be required. The cost of conversion would be around $33,000, a figure which would be made up in projected savings in about 10 years. It was also noted that the system at Dixon would have to be replaced in about five years, anyway. The board authorized bids be sought to get a better idea on price. Neldon C. Mathews, who has been principal of Dixon Junior High for two years, asked the board to accept his resignation effective the end of the school year so he could accept a job as superintendent of schools in Panaca, Nev. Replacing Mr. Mathews will be John Matthews, former principal of the school. He has been on active Date Book Thursday COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS meeting Thursday, Room 200, County Building, 7:30. PROVO CITY COMMISSION meeting — Thursday, City Building, 10 a.m. HEBER CITY PLANNING Commission meeting — Thursday, City Building, 7:30 p.m. WASATCH COUNTY SHERIFF'S Patrol meeting — Thursday, County Courthouse, 7:30 p.m. CENTRAL UTAH WATER Conservancy District meeting — Thursday, 355 W. 1300 S., Orem, 1:30 p.m. Per/7s of Drugs In Pregnancy Topic for Talk Dr. Robert E. Seegmiller, assistant professor of zoology at Brigham Young University, will discuss "Perils of Drugs During Pregnancy" Thursday at 8 p.m. in Room 446 of the Martin Building at Brigham Young University. The public is invited free of charge to the lecture which is part of the BYU Professional Development Seminar Series. Dr. Seegmiller's field of study is teratology (birth defects and abnormal fetus development), and he has recently analyzed birth defect statistics in Utah. Burglary Case Plea Changed Randy Salgy, 21 of 189 Starcrest Drive, Orem, has changed his plea from innocent to guilty in the Fourth District Court on a burglary charge. Sentencing was set for April 18 to allow time for a pre-sentence investigation and report by the Adult Probation and Parole Department. Divorces William I. Knickerbocker from Virginia Maxine Knickerbocker. Diane Atencio from Jose Lino Atencio. D. Louise Peterson from Franklin R. Peterson. Noreen Sturgeon from Irvein Daniel Sturgeon. Eileen Louise Anderson Massender from Steven Massender. Norman Ray Ekins from Evelyn Powell Ekins. - duty in the Air Force for two years, but told the board that he is anxious to return to Provo. Bryson Sales and Service was awarded a contract to deliver three 84-passenger school buses to the district during the next school year for the cost of $28,297.35. The company was the low bidder of three firms: Hasco. two bids at $31,966 and $32.266; and Tates. $52,385. The board decided not to take action on bids submitted for replacing a moveable partition between the boys' and girls' gyms at Farrer Junior High.'The bids were considerably higher than anticipated, according to Mr. Crabb. Supt. Sherman W. Wing told the board that Maeser School had been designated a historical site by the Utah State Register of Historic Sites. The board approved an expenditure of $26 to pay for a plaque to mark that effect. The board approved a quitclaim deed to property along 650 East by the new high school site so that the city could widen the road. The action prompted a lengthy discussion of traffic problems in other areas along the eastern bench, specifically along 650 East and 2200 North. The board asked the superintendent to meet with the city traffic engineer and report back to the body on what steps might be taken to reduce traffic hazards to children at Edgemont and Rock Canyon schools. Willard Nelson, architect of the new high school, told the board that about 70 per cent of the shaping has been completed on the new school site, and that about 35 per cent of the concrete has been poured. To date, about $650.000 has been paid to the contractor, and another $650.000 in materials has been ordered through a tax- free plan which saves the district money on construction Mr. Nelson had high praise for the city and school district in their cooperative efforts. "I've never seen as effective a cooperative effort between a school board and a city," he remarked. Provo Supports North Kaiparowits Town Site The Provo City Commission has agreed to support the Canonville Town President's contention that the town facilities for the Kaiparowits Power complex should be located in the northern part of Kane County. "We favor one of the three proposed town sites in the northern part of the county rather than the one in the southern part," Mayor Russell D. Grange said. Orem Woman Has Article in Child's Booklet Joan Fehlberg, area free-lance writer living at 670 W. 40 N., Orem, has a short story, "Chauncy Cat's Concert" appearing in the April "Highlights for Children." According to editor Walter B. Barbe, Mrs. Fehlberg has also published in "Scouting," "Clavier," "New Era," as well as in trade journals. She has been employed at Brigham Young University as an instructor, technical writer and writer for the Division of Educational Research and Development. "Highlights" has a subscribership of more than one million, carries no advertising and is not found on the news stands, Mr. Barbe said. Town President Laurie Holley appealed to northern city officials Friday to support her view that the best site for the town as far as Utah is concerned is in the northern part of Kane County. She argued that the road that would be constructed to serve the town, the mine and the Kaiparowits power station would cut about 100 miles off the trip from Utah to Arizona. She additionally argued the town's location in the southern border of the county would mean that Utah business would loose out to Arizona business because the Arizona cities would be considerably closer to the new town. The commissioners were requested to write letters of support for Mrs. Holley's view to the governor and to the chairman of the Kaiparowits Planning and Development Council, Merrill McDonald, Kanab. 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