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Page A4 Thursday, January 14, 1982 The Newspaper Public welcome January 14 Sally Rosenblatt Alma Pedersen Bob Lanser Susan Stanf ield Gary Sneed January 15 Don Johnson Birthday Stars January 16 Steve Chin January 17 Dan DeVries Scot Verrone Dolly Corbo January 18 Kathy Shoulders Michael McComb Penelope Reed January 19 Susan Boren Mike Lehner Andy Field Jim Thomson January 20 Leslie Miller Michael Cucchiara George Ward Barbara Jolley pFI10uMLI0 If ycu wish to be listed in our Professional Services, please call $49-9014. The Dental Clinic Dr. Richard Barnes North Park Avenue across from Golf Course Call for appointment We're Open Daily, Evenings & Saturdays 649-6332 For emergency call 649-6786 Park City Dental Associates Pamela K. Hilbert, D.D.S. family dentistry Richard E. Randle, D.D.S., M.S. practice limited to orthodontics Located in the Brent C. Hill Building across from the Holiday Inn Office hours 9-5 Monday through Friday Saturday by appointment 649-6066 The Smile Creation Dane Q. Robinson, DDS Craig R. Bergquist, DDS Family dentistry Orthodontics Reconstructive Dentistry 613 Main Street in the Design Coalition Bldg. Hours daily and evenings. , CallfoappQintment, 649-6116 ; : iSPEECH PATHOLOGY & W AUDIOLOGY Holy Cross Hospital Speech & Hearing Department Evaluation, treatment and consultation. Holy Cross, 350-4682, P.C. Health Center 649-7640. IPHARMACISfS Park Meadows Pharmacy Sandra Briggs-Kappe, R. Ph. Richard Kappe, R.Ph. Park Meadows Plaza Suite F-102 Delivery service, open 6 days a week, 9:30 - 6:30, closed Wednesday. 649-2600 IlMpCALDOCTdl Park City Health Center Holiday Village Shopping Mall Robert J. Evers, M.D. Family Practice Thomas L. Schwenk, M.D. Family Practice Robert T. Winn, M.D. Pediatrics . Robert W. Barnett, M.D. Family Practice Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays 9 a.m. to Noon Office appointments and 24 hour emergency care Call 649-7640 Park City Gynecological Clinic William "Bud" Keye, M.D. gynecological consultant Consultation by appointment 649-5989 Call for appointment 581-4172 ;;;:.or649:432c;::;i,:;:::I Dr. John Gleave 160 S. 100 W. Heber City, Utah Eye Examination By Appointment Contacts & Frames Available 654-1863 Park City Vision Center Robert S. Bnggs, O.D. Open daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The Hill Professional Building 750 East Highway 248 649-5200 ItHIROPRACficK Cofer Chiropractic Clinic Dr.DonaldA.Cofer North Park Avenue across from the golf course. Available seven days a week. Afternoon and evening hours. Call for appointment 649-1017 Podiatrist Terry Smith, D.P.M. Park Meadows Plaza 1500 Highway 248 East General podiatry, foot surgery, sports medicine Monday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. 649-1386, SLC: 363-2543 Orthopedic Surgery & Fractures GaryR.Zeluff, M.D., P.C. Orthopedic Surgeon Park Meadows Plaza 1500 Highway 248 East Call for appointment 649-1386. SLC 24 hour answering service 364-8772. Psychiatry Robert J. Brock, M.D. Child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy. Park Meadows Plaza 1500 Highway 248 East 649-5239 S.L.C. 24-hour answering: 268-9112 lOPTICiANi Park City Optical Holiday Village Mall 649-2020 Designer eyewear, sunglasses, ski glasses, prescriptions filled, frames adjusted and repaired. 10-6 Monday-Saturday i attorneys! J. Bruce Savage Attorney at Law Silver King State Bank Building, 1650 Park Ave., Park City, Utah 84060 649-5039 Parks master plan to be scrutinized at Jan. 21 meeting What do we need, and how do we pay for it? Those are two of the key questions facing the Park City Recreation Advisory Board as it studies the proposed master plan for the development of the city's parks and recreation facilities. facil-ities. Since last September, Gage Davis, the Boulder consulting firm, has been compiling a plan based on information received at a day-long public workshop. On Jan. 21, consultant Jeff Winston, representing Gage Davis, will return to Park City to hear the recommendations recommen-dations of the Advisory Board and the Parks Master Plan Steering Committee. The meeting, set to begin at 8 a.m. at the Marsac School, is open to the public. Involved in the master plan are recommendations for several small parks, but the focus will be on renovating renova-ting City Park. Among the items being considered is a new Recreation Department facility centrally located at the City Park with offices, kitchen and concession components, com-ponents, indoor and outdoor restrooms, and a meeting room for summer day camp in case of poor weather. The master plan also provides for bike paths, surface roads, and new playing fields for softball, soccer, and rugby. Since the new highway coming into Park City will pass by the City Park, it will provide the first glimpse of the town for many people. The park is being seen as a greenbelt between Park Avenue and the new highway. Beside the City Park, there are other sites around the city which would receive attention. The Rotary Park, located near the 15th hole of the golf course, would be taken care of by the Rotary Club in compliance with Master Plan guidelines. - The Gambel Oak Park, an 85-acre area above Deer Valley Road near the Mason-, ic Hill Reservoir, is currently current-ly owned by the Bureau of Land Management. The BLM has indicated it will give the land to the city when a mineral rights dispute, now pending in court, is settled. The Glenwood Cemetery would have footpaths for visitors but its fate is uncertain because opinion varies so widely. The Prospector Park, located lo-cated at the eastern end of Prospector Square, would be equipped with restrooms and a picnic area. Also included in the master mas-ter parks plan are discussions discus-sions on the city cemetery, the small park on upper Swede Alley called Pocket Park, and the sewer treatment treat-ment property. Under discussion is a plan to connect all the separate parks by a bike path called the Poison Creek Parkway. Uncertain at this time is the cost of the entire master plan. Since the defeat of the bond issue, another method of paying for the park project has surfaced. There are several pieces of city property which could be sold to finance the parks. This would enable the projects to become a reality without increasing taxes. The land owned by the city with a potential for resale include the old sewer treatment treat-ment plant property, the south end of the City Park property, and a thin strip of land bordering the City Park and the new highway. According to City Council-woman Council-woman Tina Lewis, the city parcels would be "phased-in rather than continuous. "I prefer a single building schedule on the City Park to get one of these projects finished, so we can show residents what the city can do, and not interrupt the summer programs." she said. "But realistically it will be a phased-in method. But instead of doing it field by field or facility by facility, we could do it in sections, do the basic grading and surface sur-face roads."- s-wxarewsr City Councilwoman Helen Alvarez belieyesthisJMaster,-Plan belieyesthisJMaster,-Plan could take some time. "I think there will be a parcel by parcel procedure. The city won't be able to raise enough money to build the park at once. Maybe we can get $1.5 million from land sales but the park will cost over $2 million. Alvarez says the Recreation Recrea-tion Department needs a new facility at the City Park. "The building now used at the park is inadequate and should be replaced," she said. "Money the city received re-ceived from Deer Valley, in lieu of a proposed road to handle their traffic, now no longer needed because of the highway coming in, could be budgeted for it (the building)." build-ing)." Bruce Henderson, the director di-rector of the Recreation Department feels a recreation recrea-tion center is long overdue. "The administrations in the past reacted to problems rather then trying to forsee them and plan ahead," he said. "w" vould like a structure in the park tor better accessibility. The City Park is centrally located to all the new residential expansion. ex-pansion. Parking will be provided so you can pull right up to the building and go in. Parents will feel better about sending their children there rather than uptown, and it will be closer to the schools. The Memorial Building will still be a recreation department facility, facil-ity, but the main office will be at the park." In the summer of 1980 a Recreation Department survey sur-vey showed Park City residents resi-dents are very outdoor-oriented. Adds Lewis, "The basic city services are important but the- park system is necessary also. The people in Park City are recreation-minded recreation-minded and it is a significant part of their lives." at the Golf Course Park City's Finest Restaurant Open nightly except Monday 6:00-11:00 Sunday Brunch 11:00-2:00 Live Entertainment Friday & Saturday Tom Distad Reservations Please 649-7177 A vailable for Private Parties of 20 or more. 1 ffiflHsagffi 9 CALENDAR 14 THURSDAY Supper at the Senior Citizens Center, Cen-ter, 5p.m. City Council, regular meeting, Memorial Building, 5 p.m. Square dancing, Wasatch Rascals at the Cowboy Bar, 8 p.m. 15 FRIDAY Basketball, North Rich at Park City High School, 5 : 45 and 7 : 30 pm . Hockey: Golden Eagles vs. Cinci-nati, Cinci-nati, Salt Palace, 7 : 30 p.m. 16 SATURDAY Heber Creeper Snow Fun luncheon safari, Heber, 1 p.m. Basketball, Altamont at Park City High School, 5:45 and 7 :30 pm. Ed Metzger as "Albert Einstein: The Practical Bohemian," Egyptian Theatre, 8 p.m. 17 SUNDAY Heber Creeper Snow Fun luncheon safari, Heber, 1 p.m. 18 MONDAY Town Race, Park City Ski Area, 9:30a.m. Historic District Commission, regular meeting, Marsac School, 4 p.m. Supper at the Senior Citizens' Center, 5 p.m. League basketball, Carl Winters Middle School. 6:30 to9:30 p.m. IAE auditions for "Taming of the Shrew", Prospector Theatre, 7 pm. 19 TUESDAY Motor Vehicle Division, Memorial Building, 9 to 11 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. Summit County Commission, regular meeting, Summit County Courthouse, Coalville, 10 a.m. IAE auditions for "Taming of the Shrew," Prospector Theatre, 7 pm. Michael Murphy at the Cowboy Bar, shows at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Park City Board of Education, regular meeting, district offices, 7:30p.m. Basketball : Utah Jazz vs. Detroit Pistons, Salt Palace, 7:30p.m. 20 WEDNESDAY League basketball, Carl Winters Middle School, 6 : 30 to 9: 30 p.m. Park City Planning Commission, special meeting, Marsac School, 7p.m. Thomas Wright, "An Evening with Gershwin," Egyptian Theatre, 8 p.m. DAILY Ed Maryon Watercolor Exhibit, Kimball Art Center main gallery, through Feb. 4. BrunjesMartin sculpture and watercolor exhibit, Kimball Art Center lower gallery, through Feb. 2. Nathan Oliviera Print Retrospective, Retrospec-tive, Salt Lake Art Center main gallery, through Feb. 21. Clayscapes by John and Dian Shaw, Salt Lake Art Center, sales gallery, through Feb. 7. Ansell Adams, private collections Salt Lake Art Center, upstairs gallery, through Feb. 21.