The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 17
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April 10, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 17

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County funds Requested Thursday. April 10, 1975. THE HERALD. Provo. Utah-Page II Juab Fair Project Proposed WASATCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL pupils In Provo donated $901.30 to the Utah Valley Hospital fund drive after a week-long bottle collection effort. Third graders from Faye Frazier's class were the top contributors for the lower grades and had the opportunity to travel to the hospital and present the check to hospital officials. Colleen Matheson, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Matheson, gives the check to Mark Howard, assistant hospital administrator, while the other class memebers watch. Students Collect Over 9,000 Bottles for Hospital Donation With the theme, "Subtract bottles from your shelves for the hospital addition," Wasatch Elementary School students in Provo collected more than 9,000 refundable bottles and contributed $901.30 to the Utah Valley Hospital expansion drive. The week-long effort concluded this week when Gary Anderson's Fourth Grade class turning $230 worth of bottles over to the drive and Faye Frazier's Third soft drink bottjes. Glenda Rollins, chariman of the drive, explained the classes conducted individual campaigns and the fourth graders were treated to hamburgers donated by a local nationwide chain outlet. Top bottle collector in the third grade was Coleen Matheson. Kenny Liechty placed second Provo High Names 289 on Honor Roll Of 289 students on the third term honor roll at Provo High School, 18 seniors, 17 juniors and 13 sophomores had grade point averages of 4.0 (straight A.) High honor roll seniors are Kathleen Amott, Sharon Anderson, Lesa Bills, Margo Captain, Marianne Frampton, David Garrick, Christine Hansen, Nathan Hunsaker, Valerie A. Johnson, Richard Miller, Susan K. Paxman, Julius G. Pierce, Rosemary Reynolds, Thomas L. Rowley, Janet Simmons, Collette Smith, John Spencer and Marilyn Webb. Junior with 4.0 grades are Douglas 0. Andersen, Teri L. Anderson, Debra Ball, Lisandra Brothers, John F. Burnham, Jane Callahan, Kelly Clark, David Dixon, LeeAnn Glade, Jacquelyn Gunnell, Colleen F. Harvey, Sally J. Lundberg, Patricia Lyon, Danae S. Myer, Marcene Reese, Gina M. Weight and Gordon K. Wright. The 13 high honor roll sophomores are Brent Barnett, Sherilyn Bullock, Vilo Kay Gill, Carolyn Grow, Warren Harding, Anne Jackson, Russell D. Johnson, Mary Larsen, Karen Mack, Kaylene Porter, LaCinda Smoot, Roman Takasaki and Margene Varney. Those on the honor roll include: Seniors: James C. Anderson, Judy Anderson, Wayne B. Anderson, Virginia Armstrong, Jane Atkinson, Robert S. Bagshaw, Michelle Baird, Cydne Ballif, Philip Ballif, Kelvin R. Banks, Wayne M. Barrett, Gary L. Barton, Wendy Belliston, Sharon A. Beyer, Jolene Blaekett, Tracy Bradshaw, Jan Burton. Tammra D. Caley, Linda R. Casper, Allen Christenson, William B. Christensen, Cynthia Clark, Nancy Crandall, Robert K. Crookston, Gordon Cutler, Darsi Daniels, Eric B. Dastrup, Tammie L. Dunn, Moana Ellis, Robert E. Evans, Raelene Farnsworth, Sandra L. Finch, Darlene Frailer, Sharon Galller. Robert D. Gardner, David Giles, Julie Hafen, Robert E, Halvorsen, Laura J. Hamblln, Bradley D. Harris, Laurie S. Hart, Rainer Hartman, Rick Kartvigsen, Terri Herde, Douglas P. Hill, Jani Hunter, Rachel A. Jensen, Lorie Johnson, Pamela Jorgensen, Kathryn Kogherhans. Gerald L. Larsen, Kathryn Larsen, Stephen Levie, Kairle Lister, Douglas E. Lyman, Stephen M. Lyon, Reed B. Markham, Julia A. Matheson, Tana G. MerreU, Barbara J. Moore, Keri L. Mulr, Carolyn Myers, Kathleen Nelson, Anna Nielsen, Mark J. Perry, Carol Peterson. Kathy Prince, Elizabeth A. Rhodes, Morgan J. Roberts, Rosemary Roberts, Karen Robinson, Mark T. Rpblaon, Sheralyn Rowley, John Selck, Sylvia Simmons, James M. Simonsen, Kumen D. Skinner, Sara J. Skousen, Rex A. Smith, Jane Sowards, James R. Speckart, James F. Stanton, Gary L. Stokes. Debby Stott, Loren R. Sucher, Alan Swensen, Norman Swindler, Raquelle Taylor, Milton Thibault, Denise M. Thomas, Robert Thurston, Marvin D. Thurston, Richard C. Tingey, Angela Valentine, Kenny L. Van Wagenen, Rhonda Vogel, Irene Wakefield, Robert G. Wing, David J. Winterton. Juniors: Leslie Allen, Pamela Allman, Chad Allred, Nancy Amott, Lee S. Aston, Hugh B. Bangerter, Lynn P. Banks, Lucinda Bateman, JoAnne Bird, Bay N. Bradford, Naomi Brady, John W. Bramall, Leslie Brlggs, Heidi Brinkerhoff, Kenneth L. Burgner. Kathy Carter, Wendy K. Christensen, Suzanne Clegg, Tammy J. Compton, Esther Curtis, Ronald Dayton, Renae C. Decker, Sara Lee Dymock, David, Fletcher, Kelly Gardner, Kim Golightly, Jolene Grover, Jared Haines, Tom Hales. Terri L. Haynes, Jana Hyer, Robert Hymas, Debbie M. Irving, Steven Izatt, Merrill M. Jackson, Brent D. Jensen, Kathlyn Jones, Gregory G. King, Roger Knell, Richard B. Knowles, Kenneth S. Larsen, Kathy L. Leishman, John W. Lewis, Richard A. Madsen, Lori Mallory, Marylynne Matson, Dottie A. Matthews, John E. McClurg, Connie Merryweather, Sharon Metten, Cindy Meyere, Melissa Moon, Pamela Mortensen. Kathleen Nuttall, Daryl D. Orton, Cindy Polve, Bradley T. Porter, Diane Redden, Marc Robinson, Pamela S. Schaupp, Lisa Smith, Garth Swensen, Leanne Tallow, Carolyn Tanner, Jileen Taylor, Susan Taylor, Robin Trotter, Kathleen Van Epps. Sophomores: Kathleen Ball, Leeann Balmforth, Eve Bangerter, Cynthia Banks, Stephen G. Barnes, Blaine Bartholomew, Ann Bennion, Lynn A. Bennion, Guy G. Berryessa, Jana Bills, Janette Brothers, Nannette Burnam, Steven L. Bush, Kent Christensen, Shawn M. Clark, David D. Cotton, Sylvia Curtis, Carol Cutler. Denise Dalton, Jeff H. Dyer, Jonn Edwards, Mary Lynn Farrer, John E. Giraud, Richard Gunn, Mark Hafen, Ruth Hansen, Jana L. Harding, Lorie Heaton, Lesley Hortin, Deborah Hunting, Carol Hyer, Robert B. Jacobs. Wendy Jones, Brenda Kochenower, Elizabeth Kocherhans, Cindy Lewis, Mike Mattox, Marsha Mead, Bret L. Morgan, Kathleen Morrell, David Ng, Chad Orton, Cindy Parcel!, Monllee Pearson, Andrew Peay, Brett Porter, Jody E. Price. James M. Rlgtrup, Janette Robinson, L. Mark Robison, Suzanne Rogers, Janice Roylance, John D. Sagers, Carla Schleve, Rebecca L. Shoemake, David A. Spencer, Neal 0. Stockett, Gaylene Stokes, William D. Sloven, Susan Stubbs, Nancy Sucher, Shauna Sumner, Shane Swindle. Paul S. Taylor, Jeffrey E. Thomas, Karl W. Thomas, Deborah Turley, Lisa A. Urie, Lite K. Van Wagenen, Denise Wadsworth, Martha R. Wallace, Dorothy G. Willey, Kent R. Williams, Medina E. Winter. Gam Tells His Position On Two Vietnam Issues Sen. Jake Garn, R-Utah, has voiced his support for a measure calling for an accounting of soldiers missing in action (MIA) and has indicated he will reconsider his position of aid to Vietnam because of the recent military debacle. The measure regarding MIA's is a joint resolution with the House of Representatives and calls for the president to direct the United Nations to get an accounting of those missing in Southeast Asia or suffer a cut in U.S. funding. The bill would reduce rom 25 per cent to 10 per cent the amount of U.S. financial support to the U.N. if it fails to take action within six months. "Although the situation in Vietnam continues to deteriorate, it should not reduce our concern for those still missing in action," Senator Garn said. Concerning the recent military developments in Vietnam, he said, "I am very disappointed and, in fact, surprised with the speed the Vietnamese have apparently been collapsing." He continued, "I am also extremely irritated that they would abandon upwards of a billion dollars worth of equipment. It doesn't make any sense to me to ask for $300 to $500 million more in equipment if you are abandoning a billion dollars worth without putting up a fight." and Steven Seegmiller was third. The third graders were bussed to the hospital where they were able to turn the schools' check for $901.30 over to hospital officials. "It's these kinds of projects that will make the program go. It all adds up to the things we need," said Grant C. Burgon, hospital administrator. Miss Provo Deadline Is April 15 Entry applications are now being accepted for the 1975 Miss Provo Scholarship Pageant. The pageant date is May 24 but the entry deadline is April 15. Information about the entry process is available by calling the Provo Chamber of Commerce. NEPHI — A possible $300.000 renovation project for the Juab County Fair Grounds was discussed at city council meeting this week. Other items on the agenda included sewer and water hookup problems, installation of wind socks at the airport, and golf fees for the Canyon Hills Golf Course. Dale Worwood and several riding club members and 4-H leaders met with city council concerning a possible $300,000 improvement project of the fair grounds. It was pointed out that a federal grant would finance 80 per cent of the improvement cost if local funds provide the other 20 per cent. One stipulation of the grant is that 60 per cent of the funds be utilized for wages to help stimulate employment in the area, Mr. Worwood said. Improvements would include replacing the old structures used as exhibit barns and the animal pens with one large building, including a conference room for year-around use by the local organizations, and for special events. Other improvements planned include additional stadium seating, restroom improvements and restoration of a former racetrack. Council members indicated interest in the project but pointed pointed out more time was needed to permit the committee to formulate detailed plans and to solidify local financial backing for the project. In other business, five citizens requested sewer lines be constructed to homes under construction or already built Council officials said the lines Hi University Mall, Orem Saturday, April 12th FROM NOON 'TILL 6 PM Don't miss this opportunity to get a personally autographed copy of "THE OSMONDS" by Paul H. Dunn. This new Bookcraft publication is the official story of the Osmond Family. It's the story of brothers that began in 1960 as a young barbershop group playing mainly to local audiences in their native Utah. Today they have become in great demand internationally as stage and recording stars, have a wall-full of gold records, and have won the People's Choice Award as the number one performing group in America. This personal, moving story by family friend, Elder Paul H. Dunn will totally captivate you. Over 130 photographs. 0595 are constructed on a waiting-list basis as quickly as funds are available. Scout Russell Belliston, 12, requested permission to install wind socks at each end of the runway at the city airport as part of a merit badge requirement. Permission was granted and the council agreed to furnish the material that will be used for making the wind socks. Golf fees for the year were set at $1 for adults. 1290 SOUTH STATE ST. BACKBOARD, GOAL & POST HEAVY-DUTY, ADJUSTABLE MODEL • 4"x4" '/4-Inch Steel Post tor Maximum Rigidity • Fiberglass Backboard Provides Consitent Rebound • Se( Screw Adjustment Mends Backboard to Suit The Growing Young Athlete REGULARLY SOLD FOR 150.00 134 95 Easy To Set Up Yourself Ideal for institutional, playground or home use. Heavy'A-inch steel post has all welded and bolted construction. Solid core fiberglass backboard is guaranteed weatherproof for 10 full years. Goal features 12 loop, no-tie nylon net. THE OFRCIAL STORY OF THE OSMOND FAMILY by Paul H. Dunn If you can't be there Saturday, call (801) 224-0055 and we'll be happy to reserve an autographed copy for you! UNIVERSITY MALL, OREM

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