The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 4
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April 10, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 4

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Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Thursday. April 10. 197i Obituaries E. Arnold Jones LEHI — Evan Arnold Jones. 63, of 1955 Railroad St., Lehi, died of a heart attack Tuesday, April 8, 1975 on the shores of Utah Lake He was born Nov. 7, 1911 in Magna, a son of Evan John and Jemima Henen Jones. He married Helen Harris on Sept. 11, 1937 in Provo, and the marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mr. Jones worked at Geneva Steel Plant. Active in the LDS Church, he had been ward clerk, Sunday School superintendent and stake missionary. At the time of his death, he was a high priest in the Lehi Third Ward. Survivors include his widow and four daughters, Mrs. Norman P. (Joyce Ann) Jones, Lehi; Mrs. Wayne (Ludean) Barnes, American Fork; Mrs. Dennis (Sandy) Rasmussen, Pleasant Grove, and Mrs. Doyle (Barbara) Wilson, Cheyenne, Wyo.; nine grandchildren; two brothers and three sisters, Dave J. Jones, Blaine L. Jones and Mrs. Herbert (Irene) Edwards, all of Lehi; Mrs. Kenneth (Myrl) Meredith, American Fork, and Mrs. Jay (Vida) Barnhart, Delta. Funeral services will be Saturday at 1 p.m. in Wing Mortuary Chapel, where friends may call Saturday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Charles Anderson ST. GEORGE - Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, at St. George East LDS Stake Center for Charles Clifford Anderson, 74, who died in a St. George hospital on Wednesday, April 9, 1975, of a heart attack. He was born July 1, 1900 in Pleasant Grove to Charles August and Anna Maria Thompson Anderson. He married Martha Erma Lewis on June 15, 1927 in Provo. The marriage was solemnized later in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. He was an employee of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Co., Union Oil Co., Richfield Oil Co. and the Long Beach, Calif., School District. He is survived by his widow; two sons and one daughter, Wayne Anderson, Diamond Bar, Calif.; Kleve Lewis Anderson, Buena Park, Calif.; and Mrs. Eugene (Martha Elaine) Daum, Chula Vista, Calif.; nine grandchildren; four great grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Francis Anderson, Provo; Mrs. Esther Ebbers, Twin Falls, Ida.; and Evvie Anderson, London, England. Friends may call at Metcalf Funeral Home in St. George on Friday from 8 to 9 p.m. and Saturday one hour before services. Burial will be Tuesday in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Calif. Mortuary 1HJU 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 Charlottie Julia Killian Black Funeral services will be conducted Saturday 11 A.M. in the Berg drawing room Chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Saturday prior to services. Interment Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Orem John Mark Conover Hansen the 2nd. Graveside services will be conducted Friday 10 A.M. in the Provo City_Cemetery. Coalinga, California William Hans Berge I Funeral services were conducted today 1 P.M. in the Edgernont L.D.S. Ward Chapel. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Kevin W. Brady KEARNS — Funeral services for Kevin Warren Brady, 22, of 5131 Steele St., Keams, who died Wednesday, April 9,1975 in a Salt Lake City hospital after a long illness, will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 S. Redwood Road. He was a native of Payson and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mitchell, Spanish Fork. Mr. Brady was born July 2, 1952 to Warren LeGrand and Geraldine Mitchell Brady. He was a student at Utah Technical College at Salt Lake and he was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buckway, Kearns; his father, Granger; two brothers and three sisters, Chad and Lex Brady, both of Granger; Mrs. Vickie Hakanson and Kellie Brady, both of Kearns; and Kathy Brady, Murray; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mitchell, Spanish Fork, and Mrs. Catherine Christensen, Spring City, Sanpete County. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Redwood Memorial Estates. The family suggests contributions to University Medical Center for medical research. Samuel M. Powell SALT LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Samuel Marsh Powell, 90, of 1492 Dexter St., Salt Lake City, who died Wednesday, April 9,1975 in a Salt Lake Gty hospital after a long illness, will be Saturday at noon at the 22nd LDS Ward Chapel, 225 W.500N. Mr. Powell, a native of Spanish Fork, was born Nov. 9, 1884 to Simeon Comfort and Edith Hannah Cornaby Powell. He married Lorena Marie Neilsen on Sept. 29, 1909 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mr. Powell was a retired engineer for Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Survivors include his widow; three sons and three daughters, Samuel Arthur Powell, Bountiful; Earl Ray Powell, Peoa, Summit County; R. Wayne Powell, Mrs. Heber (Mary) Blackburn, Mrs. Grant (Ruby) Averett and Mrs. Jay G. (Delia) Prince, all of Salt Lake City; 35 grandchildren, and 68 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the ward chapel Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Bountiful City Cemetery. Reese Phillips HELPER - Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in Price for Reese Phillips, 66, of Helper, who died at his home Wednesday, April 9, 1975 after a short illness. A sister, Mrs. Ernest (Naomi) Parkin, lives in Mapleton. He was born March 15, 1909 in Spanish Fork, a son of Rees and Martha Evans Phillips. He married Florence McPhie on Dec. 2, 1931 in Standardville, Carbon County. She died. He was a member of the LDS Church, a coal miner, and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Susan Denton, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Henry (Sharon) Rickwine, Santa Susana, Calif.; and Mrs. Gary (Janice) Banker, Scottsdale, Ariz.; six grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Parkin, Mapleton; Mrs. Tom (Lydia) Bendall, Spring Lane, Carbon County; and Mrs. Peter (Annabell) Fish, Helper. Services will be held at Mitchell Funeral Home, where friends may call tonight and Friday before services. Burial will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Charlottie K. Black Charlottie Julia Killian Black, 88, of 925 N. 200 E., Orem, died of causes incident to age Wednesday, April 9, 1975 at Valley Care Center. She was born Oct. 10, 1886 in Grass Valley, Sevier County, a daughter of John William and Julia Mary Thompson Killian. She married William Maxwell Black on Aug. 3, 1902 in Farmington, N.M. The marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died July 19,1959. She received her education in Grass Valley. They lived in Farmington after their marriage, then moved to Arizona and Colorado before moving to the Springville - Provo area. Mrs. Black was active in the LDS Church all of her life, serving as magazine agent in Springville Third Ward, Provo Fifth and Pioneer Second Wards. She was captain of Fort Utah DUPCamp. Survivors include three sons and three daughters, Frank M. Black, Tucson, Ariz.; James W. Black, Rio Linda, Calif.; Dr. Richard R. Black and Mrs. Maurice (Barbara) Jenkins, both of Orem; Mrs. Charlotte Dunn, Provo; and Mrs. Afton (Maxine) Boyce, Salt Lake City; 27 grandchildren; 55 great grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Hunt, Waterflow, N.M., and Mrs. Luciel Behrman, Payson. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in Berg Drawing Room Chapel, Provo, under the direction of Bishop Sam Kopp. Friends may call at the mortuary Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Springville. John Hansen II John Mark Conover Hansen II, son of Howard L. and Mary Conover Hansen, of 1288 W. 400 S., Orem, was stillborn Wednesday, April 9, 1975 at Utah Valley Hospital. Survivors include his parents and two brothers, David Conover Hansen and James Conover Hansen, both of Orem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hansen, Moses Lake, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Conover, Silver City, N.M., and a great - grandmother, Mrs. Gardner, Mesa, Ariz. Graveside services will be Friday at 10 a.m. in the Provo City Cemetery under direction of Berg Mortuary, Provo. Statistics BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL April 10: Boy to Dennis J. and Martha Lu Ball Hart, 1732 S. 750 E., Orem. Boy to Neil V. and Sylvia Mae Smith Lamont, 336 S. 300 E., Provo. April 9: Boy to Mills G. and Vickie Reynard Tooke, 20 S. 1000 W., Provo. Girl to Michael and Holly Burnton Zody, 92 W. Marrcrest North, Provo. Girl to Terry and Patricia Curlev Lewis, 222 N. 1200 W. No. 110, Orem. Boy to David Lynn and Lucille Best llowser. 509 F. 1100 S , Springville Girl to Donald and Donna Marie Ward Hastie. 263 N 300 W . Orem PI. Grove Man Found Guilty Parley Edward Nielsen, 195 N. 100 W., Pleasant Grove, was sentenced to serve up to five years in the Utah State Prison, after being found guilty Tuesday by a Fourth District Court jury of possessing a dangerous weapon after conviction of assault with a deadly weapon. Nielsen was on parole from the Utah State Prison on the assault charge. The jury deliberated only 15 minutes before returning with a verdict. THE BEESLEY BURIAL VAULT The ultimate in protection. All Beesley Willburt Vaults are fully guaranteed against air or water penetration. WQ always have the right vault to answer each family's , -needs. All have protection, rJ for your special requirements and can be obtained through your mortician, or private cemetary M gygg yc A BEESLEY BURIAL VAULT Call 374-0580 Bees/ey Monument Co, 725 So. State, Provo Orem Council to Review Off-Duty Police Policy Orem officials are studying a proposed police rules change which would alter the security arrangement currently existing between the police department and University Mall. The change" would place restrictions on the use of city vehicles, uniforms, badges and guns in situations where private fima pay policemen for security protection. A local, private security organization complained that private businesses are hiring policemen who are using city equipment, but are paid by the businesses. One proposal discussed by councilmen would require policemen doing extra work to use their own equipment and not wear Orem City uniforms. Another proposal, advanced by Police Chief James A. Simmons, would eliminate the use of the police vehicle but would allow the uniform to be used in some cases. "The uniform is a deterrent to crime," the chief told councilmen Tuesday night. Mayor James E. Mangum said he fears the city is participating in unfair competition and is violating an ordinance which says that a security guard may not wear a city uniform. "Where do we stop," the mayor added, "We can't give it to every body." The mayor suggested similar Bicentennial Panel Criticized by Orem Orem City Council has voiced its "firm and unanimous protest" to the way Bicentennial funds have been dispersed locally. In a letter signed by Mayor James E. Mangum, the council concurred with the other area mayors that the actions of Sara Jense, local chairman, "have been arbitrary, capricious and County OK's Orem Road Funds Plan Utah County commissioners Wednesday authorized Chairman Verl D. Stone to sign an agreement to pay part of the engineering costs for the extension of Orem's Center Street to Provo Canyon Road. Under the contract, Orem City will pay 72 per cent, and Utah County is to provide 27 per cent of the costs in excess of federal funds given by the Federal Highways Administration. Preliminary engineering costs are estimated at $48,517, of which the federal government is paying $41,482.03. The local share will be $7034.97, of which Orem City will pay $51235.52, and Utah County, $1889.45.. The environmental impact on the Center Street extension was approved some time ago. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - Lillle A. Goldberg, 75, died Tuesday; funeral Friday. 2 p.m . 25th Ward Chapel, 438 W. 900 W Lester A. Pearson, 69, died Wednesday, funeral Saturday noon, 36 E. 700 S. Ray \V. I'hares, 61, died Wednesday, funeral Saturday, 1 p.m., 4760 S. State St. Cora Monson t'hristenscn. 85, died Sunday; funeral Friday, 10 am. Forest Dale Ward Chapel, 739 Ashton Ave. Ralph Victor Jenkins. 61, died Monday; funeral Saturday noon, 255 S. 200 E. Vcrnon Bird Curnmings. 65, died Tuesday; funeral Friday, 11 am.. Edgehill Ward Chapel, 1750 S. 1500 E. OGDEN - Zella Irene Cowan Blair, 79, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday. 11 a.m., Lindquist and Sons Funeral Home. Earl L. Williams, 83. died Monday; funeral Friday, 3 p m . Lindquist and Sons Funeral Home LARK - Maria Inez Armilo Gallegos. 59. died Wednesday, funeral Saturday, 2 p in . 6500 S. Redwood Road. UOI'NTIFUL - Todd Robert Swift, three-year-old son of Robert M. and Judy K Wheeler Swift, died Tuesday, graveside services Saturday. 1 p.m , Fairview City Cemetery, Sanpete County. 'SI'HING GLEN. Carbon County - Klmer "I'hil" Johnson, 45, died Tuesday; funeral Saturday. 11 a in., Spring Glen Ward Chapel LAVTON - Ralph Luren Ramplon, 78. died Wednesday, funeral Friday noon, Laylon First Ward Chapel MANTI - William Peter Munk, 85, died Wednesday, funeral Friday, 11 a.m., Manti South Ward Chapel. PAN'GUITCH - Melt Hatch, 86, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday, 2 p.m., Panguitch North Ward Chapel. LOGAN - Parley R. Pedersen. 82, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday, 1 p.m., Logan Sixth Ward Chapel TAYLOHSV1I.LE I'erley Samuel Wheeler. 94. died Tuesday, funeral Friday. 1pm. in Fort Smith, Ark. DRAPER - Bryan R. Jolley, 78, died Tuesday, graveside services Friday noon Salt Uke City Cemetery. unbecoming a chairmanship of such an important civic activity." The letter also stated, "To allow the present situation to continue is, of course, unacceptable." It was addressed to Dr. Obert C. Tanner, chairman of the Utah American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. The letter echoed the council's belief that "several serious problems" exist with handling money. It concurred with the statement recently forwarded and signed by most local mayors complaining of Mrs. Jenses' actions. That statement suggested elimination of the bicentennial committee headed by Mrs. Jense and allowing the Utah County Council of Governments to act as a clearinghouse for local projects. Mayor Mangum has complained that no local contact was made in the selection of the chairman and also that the organization allows no input from local elected officials. The previous statement charged Mrs. Jense "overruled the consensus" of her committee members and that her actions and decisions are "not representative of the area." Orem's Bicentennial chairman, William Barrett, told councilmen that he was not recognized and that motions he made were ignored by Mrs. Jense at a recent meeting. State bicentennial officials will meet tonight with members of the Council of Governments in an effort to resolve problems. | Date i Book Friday UTAH COUNTY COMMISSION meeting - Friday, County Building, 10 a.m. YOUNG SPECIAL INTEREST soft rock dance Friday, Cherry Hill Barn, Geneva Rd., 9 p.m., Mr. Music Man performing. Kxpress sympathy to those loved ones PROVO FLORAL 201 W. 100 $.-373-7001 NOW! WE HAVE BABY CHICKS!! Many fancy and rare varieties, including colored egg layers, also hatching eggs. Baby Geese, breeders, and fancy Roosters. C All 373-8251 or 373-0719 AMERICAN GARDEN CENTER 201 N. 2050 W, PROVO services, provided to local schools at sports activities, be arranged through the city and that the money be paid to the city which would pay the officer. The mayor said the city must maintain control when an uniformed officer appears in public. He said the police chief has to know what the officer is doing. Lieutenant Ted Peacock said the officers at the mall provide a service to the city because if they were not there the police department would receive many more calls to handle situations which are resolved by the officers present. Discussion of the subject will be programmed for council meeting April 23, at which time Council Glen Zimmerman, who has an interest in law enforcement matters, will be present. Mr. Zimmerman was unable to attend this week's meeting. Ammunition Testimony Ends Soon Persons opposed to an effort to ban handgun ammunition as a "hazardous" substance have only about two days to let the Consumer Product Safety Commission know their feelings, according to Dale Gurley of the Division of Wildlife Resources. Mr. Gurely said that over 500 people opposed to the plan by the federal agency attended a meeting Wednesday night at the Utah Technical College campus in Provo. The plan to ban handgun ammunition as "hazardous" would effectively ban handguns. Mr. Gurley said the Division of Wildlife Resources is concerned because of the. logical extension from handguns to rifles used in hunting of all types. Without hunters, wildlife management would be made extremely difficult or impossible, and herds would likely over-populate and destroy what little winter range is currently available in the state. That would result in massive starvation and loss of wildlife. The proposed ban on ammunition is the result of an anti-gun lobby's court action in the East. Mr. Gurley said the federal commission will be making a decision shortly, and that little publicity of the move has made it difficult to mobilize public support for keeping things as they are. Only written comments on the matter will be accepted by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Letters should be addressed to the commission, Office of the Secretary, 1750 K St. NW, Washington, D.C., 10107. DAVID GREENWOOD, at left, prominent American Fork man is congratulated on his retirement from the Utah State Department of Highways by Wayne L. Winters, member of the Utah Highway Commission from Utah County. Retirement Told By Am. Fork Man SALT LAKE CITY - A prominent American Fork man has retired from the Utah State Department of Highways, ending a long career in state and local government. David L. Greenwood, 85 South 200 East, was presented with a retirement certificate recognizing his eight years of service as the Highway Department's B & C Fund Road Administrator during a recent meeting of the State Road Commission of Utah. Mr. Greenwood started with the Highway Department in 1967, bringing with him a great deal of local government experience. He had served six years on the Utah County Commission, including two years as commission chairman, he was the Utah County Road Superintendent for two years, and he spent two years as the mayor and two years on the City Council of American Fork. He also served as the Democratic Party Chairman in Utah County for eight years, and twice was a delegate to the National Democratic Convention. In his position with the Utah Highway Department, Mr. Greenwood had the task of reviewing and approving the B & C Road Fund Programs of cities and counties. His fellow workers say he knew how to work with local officials and understood their problems. Mr. Greenwood said he is now going to work with his two sons, Robert and David, managing an automobile agency which he has owned in American Fork for many years. He also hopes to spend some time fishing, hunting and being involved in competitive sports. He was a football, basketball and baseball referee for 25 years and was manager of the American Fork Baseball Team in the State Industrial League for seven years. Provo Mayor Increases Disaster-Ready Efforts In light of predictions of more earthquakes along the Wasatch Front, Provo Mayor Russell D. Grange has stepped up efforts to prepare for a variety of disaster situations. The first move is a comprehensive survey of the status of emergency planning in each of the city departments. The mayor is encouraging department heads to note their present readiness and to outline what steps could be taken to become better prepared for flood, fire, transport, wind, earthquake, or other disasters. The mayor said he is concerned about the lack of readiness in the city and he is determined to step up emergency planning activities that he initiated some time ago. He is planning to bring together a number of county agencies with capacity to be of assistance in a disaster following assessment of the city's own ability to handle disaster. In recent days, there have been reports from the U.S. Geological Survey noting that future earthquakes can be expected on the Wasatch Front and it has been predicted that future temblors will be more destructive than the one which occurred in north Utah and southern Idaho last month. State officials have already indicated they consider the USGS report somewhat alarmist. Bright idea with o bower of roses u Put spring into your dining area with this "custom" looking chandelier. Beautiful rose trellis scrolls are color glazed (antiqued) in antique white, fern green, iris blue or yellow to harmonize with the shades and leaf bobeches. It's just one of 2001 different bright ideas at City Electric. eetrie Salt Lake: 2250 So. Main St. Orem: 1591 So. StateSt.

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