The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 9, 1975 · Page 24
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 24

Provo, Utah
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Wednesday, April 9, 1975
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Page 26-THE HERALD. Prove, Utah, Wednesday, April 9, 1975 Gov, Rampton Wants Kaiparowits City Farther into Utah SALT LAKE CITY (UP1) Gov. Calvin L. Hampton says he opposes putting a planned city for Kaiparowits power plant workers close to the Arizona line. But he said Tuesday that he would leave the final decision on location of the community up to the five southern Utah officials sitting on the Kaiparowits planning council. "I'm not going to twist the arms of the local people planning this," Rampton said. "But I sincerely hope that they do not choose East Clark Bench for the townsite because then I think that the majority of people will go to Arizona to live." The East Clark Bench site is located on U.S. 89 west of Glen Canyon City in Kane County, a few miles north of the Arizona line. Rampton said he favors locating the city north of the proposed power plant. "If the plant site turns out to be Nipple Bench, I'd hope that town would be located somewhere north on Four Mile Bench. If the plant is on Four Mile Bench, then I'd suggest having the town in Butler Valley, near Cannonville, rather than down on the flat there on East Clark Bench," the governor said. The consortium of southwestern electric companies planning the huge coal-burning power plant are awaiting Interior Department approval of the site. Interior Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton rejected the Nipple Bench site two years ago, saying it was too close to Lake Powell and to the Grand Canyon Expert Notes Progress Against Heart Disease SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Heart surgeon Michael De- Bakey says great strides have been made in the past two decades in dealing with cardiovascular disease —the nation's leading cause of death. And he predicts the progress will continue as researchers begin to discover the causes of the various forms of the disease. "While we can repair much damage and replace arteries now, so much still depends on the progression of the disease," the Houston physician said during a University of Utah Frontiers of Science Lecture Monday night. "We have yet to discover the causes of arteriosclerosis and aneurysms," he said. "That waits us in the future." Arteriosclerosis, the hardening and thickening of the artery walls, and aneurysms, the destruction of the structure of the blood vessel by dilation, are the two major types of cardiovascular disease. DeBakey, president of Baylor College of Medicine and chairman of the President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke, said 80 to 85 per cent of all heart ailments can now be dealt with or even cured. "Until two or three decades ago, there was nothing we could do," he said. Now, aneurysms may be removed and replaced with a graft, while artificial arteries and bypass operations are helpful in the treatment of arteriosclerosis, he said. He said the artificial heart will be the next major breakthrough in treatment of the cardiovascular disease. "We have turned from heart transplants to artificial hearts because the costs are not so high," DeBakey said. "The transplant was limited to donors who died in a special manner, who were just the right age and whose hearts still functioned.'' "Once the artificial heart is developed, we will not have those problems." "Our concerns now are to come up with a material that can withstand the fatigue, that will not present a trauma to the blood, and to create a power source to run the artificial organ," he said. Permission to Close R.R. Facilities Given SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Utah Public Service Commission today granted railroads permission to close an agency station at Sigurd and a stockyard facility at Cedar City. The PSC said Denver & Rio Grande Western could close its agency station at Sigurd and handle its business from the Richfield station, located about seven and a half miles away. The commission, which authorized the closure after 30 days notice to the PSC and the public, said combining the two operations would not impair service since the Richfield agent could handle the business. The Sigurd station primarily serves two plaster mills located two miles away. In a separate order, the PSC Married Student Fifes Suit SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -A Layton High School junior has filed suit against the Davis County School District, claiming the district discriminates against its married students. L. Hugh Love claims in the suit filed in U.S. District Court that married students are excluded from athletic programs and other school activies. He is seeking a court order halting the alleged practice, and a judgement that the district violates the constitutional rights of married students by denying them prvileges extended to single students.. The class action suit names the district and its Board of Trustees defendants. Love claims he was a high school wrestler and expected to earn an athletic scholarship to college. But^ it • says he was excluded from the Layton High wrestling program when' he married f o 1 1 o w i n g his sojSpmoreyear. love and his guardian, John T. Love, filed the suit with the aid of the American Civil Liberties union. approved immediate closure of the Cedar City stockyard facilities of Union Pacific Railroad. The commission noted the yards have not been used recently and that they were in rundown condition and said stock could be trucked 51 miles to Milford. 'Invisible' Letter for West High? SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Officials have decided to let West High students putablock"W"on the hills above the city —as long as it's invisible. The city commission agreed Monday to allow the students to put the letter on the North Bench hills, but to prohibit painting or whitewashing the block "W." Commissioner Stephen M. Harmsen said he had asked the students to leave the letter natural colored and to light it only on special nights. He said the West High delegation "wouldn't consider it." But commissioners directed Harmsen to include the paint and whitewash ban in the official proposal to be brought before them next week. Hearing Set On Charge For Slaying OGDEN (UPI)-City Judges. M. Taylor has set preliminary hearing April 28 for an Ogden man charged with second degree murder in a weekend tavern shooting. Billy Joe Vigil, 36, appeared in Ogden City Court Tuesday for the completion of his arraignment in the slaying of Herman 0. 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