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Citizen, Free Press, Review April 30, 1997 - Pg. 12 Wed., BYU to offer 8-we- clinic ek BYU iThe Comprehensive Clinic, located in the John Taylor building on 1190 N. 900 East in Pnovo, will offer an eight-wee- k seminar for engaged couples May 8. to June 26 on Thursday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Registration is $10 per couple and can be handled by Nathan Cobb or Kelly Welker at Topics discussed in this seminar include communication and problem solving, gender roles, marital finances, and expectations, sexuality and intimacy. . 378-775- Volunteers honored at AF Hospital Members of the Volunteer Auxiliary at American Fork Hospital contributed 31,000 hours during the past year, Keith Alexander, hospital administrator, told volunteers at their annual awards luncheon held at the Alpine Country Club. This equates ll to time employees, Alexander said. In addition to the donated hours, volunteers gave the hospital $27,000 to purchase equipment and other needed items for the facility, as well as $10,000 for use in constructing the new family guest house near Utah Valley 15-fu- Regional Medical Center. The volunteers have pledged $10,000 each year for three years this purpose. The guest house is for patients and their families who have to come to UVRMC for extended periods for treatment or hospitalization. Alexander said during year additional renovation of the hospital will be completed including new decorating in patient rooms. The new Women's Center will officially open today (April 30) with an open house, and Intermountain Health Care is expected to start construction on a new primary care facility in Highland. This will be open in October or November. Edna Tittensor and Betty McTague were presented special for Auxilian award in recognition and appreciation of outstanding service as a volunteer at the hospital. Edna has given 5,121 hours to the hospital in the 15 years she has been a member. Betty was honored for 20 years service. J t , Edna Tittensor, receives special Auxilian award for her service as a member of the Volunteer Auxiliary at American Fork Hospital. Mrs. Tittenor has given 5,121 hours during her 15 years of membership in the auxiliary. x' VYx a Photo by Ann Shields Obituaries John Robert "Bob" Giles Forest L. Giles Forest Leroy Giles, 90, passed away Thursday, April 24, at his home in Lindon. was lie . born 1906 July Fillmore 7, in to Jesse Huntsman HiTf and Emeline Carling Giles. Most of his was youth in spent Fillmore and he attended schools in Fillmore and Ogden. He married Vivian Myers on June 17, 1931 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Among many other jobs he had, he completed a correspondence course in engineering from ICC and worked as a steam engineer at the Remington Arms Plant, ZCMI, LDS Hospital and he retired from BYU, where he worked in the physical plant. - He was an avid gardener and loved to work the land. His harvest was shared freely with all. He loved his country dearly and would ra'ise the flag as part of his daily activities. He was an active member of the LDS Church and has served in many positions over the years. He and his wife served as ordinance workers in the Provo LDS Temple for six years. ' His wife, Vivian, was the light of his life and his sweetheart for 66 years. He delighted in having his children and grandchildren visit him and loved to tell them stories from his life. We will miss his sweet smile and his great sense of humor. Though small in physical stature, he was a giant in faith, courage, integrity and unconditional love. He has returned home with honor, a truly valiant steward over his vineyard. He is survived by his wife of Lindon; three sons and two daughters: Kathleen (Buck) Bradford, Billings, Mont.; Glenn V. (Rosetta) Giles, Las Vegas, Nev.; Norma (Lyman) Nielsen and Paul (Linda) Grove; Larry Giles, Pleasant (Leslie) Giles, Payson; 31 grandchildren; 65 one one brother and two sisters: Joseph Giles Carling, Delores Parker and Joy Hill. He was preceded in death by a son, Leroy Myers Giles, and a granddaughter, Cindy Lynn Ray. Funeral services were held Monday, April 28, in the Lindon 7th Ward. He was laid to rest in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. The family wishes to thank all who have given so generously of their time, talents and expertise to make Forest more comfortable and eased his pain. Special thanks to the wonderful members of the Lindon 7th Ward who have always gone the extra mile in his behalf. Dalton Glen Whitney Dalton Glen Whitney, infant son of Kirk and Staci Eckles Whitney, was born April 23, 1997 in the University of Utah Medical Center arid returned to his Heavenly Father that same day. His brief stay was a blessing in the lives of his mother and father, his grandparents Bob and Ada Eckles of American Fork, Ronald and Becky Whitney of Payson, and Beverly Whitney of Payson. He will be missed by many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Thank you Dalton, for making the trip here and for allowing us to hold an angel in our arms for a few hours. You will be forever in our hearts. Services were held Monday April 28, 1997 at 2:00 p.m. in the American Fork City Cemetery. Directed by Anderson & Sons Mortuary. Public notice Advertising Kelly J. Draney Former American Fork resident, John Robert (Bob) Giles, 73, Plantersville, Texas, passed away on April o, on Aging, and as a college instructor. He, thus, enjoyed a full profes- He is survived by his wife, Helen, of 49 years. They were longtime, and 1972, he was published several times in national professional magazines. He also assisted colleagues in completing their sociological studies. Having retired and moved to Plantersville from Mission, Texas with his wife in 1989, he took great pleasure in the "home on a lake" that they built there. Indeed, during his lifetime, he gained special satisfaction in designing and building several houses, an apartment complex, a ranch and various other kinds of structures and machinery. Seemingly never in a hurry, yet always accomplishing a great deal, the most significant factor in the gratification that he received from his "work projects" was the "sweat equity" that he personally invested in them. In Plantersville, Bob and Helen delighted in making many new friends in their neighborhood, their church and the community. Talking about them often, Bob felt that he had come home to a community like the one he'd been born into in Tabiona, Utah, on October 3, 1923. Services were held at Klein's Funeral Home in Tomball, Texas on 1997. sweethearts. Though preceded in death by his son, Dirk (age 16), his other two sons and two daughters remain to honor his memory: Roaney, Austin, Texas; Kelly, Spring, Texas; Bobi, Lehi; Peggy, Houston, Texas. Also mourning his passing are Eren, Kara, Kyle, Erica and Trevor, his five His two sisters, Delia, Midvale, and Laura, West Jordan, and seven nephews and nieces share this grief. Bob graduated from American Fork High School in 1941. from Brigham Graduating University as a school teacher and the University of Utah with a Masters Degree in social work, he worked as a child adoption caseworker, a marriage counYoung a social worker, the founding director of the Texas MHMR facility in Edinburg, a planner for the Governor's Committee selor, sional career in the scienceart of helping people help themselves. Recognized in Who's Who in 1971 childhood grandchildren. Kelly psychiatric Monday, April 14. Newman thank you We would like to express our gratitude and sincere appreciation to all those who helped during the illness and eventual passing of Mae Newman, our sister and aunt. To the nurses and aides from Community Nursing Services and Olstin Home Health Care, we are grateful for the concern and gentleness in which you served her. To Mountainland and Lisa Miller we are also most thankful. Society sisters who spent countless hours at her home making sure she was safe and well, there are not enough words to express our appreciation. Also to the many neighbors and again to the ward sisters who prepared a wonderful luncheon and did many other special things for her, thank you all so very much. Reed Newman Diane West the Timpanogos First Ward Bishopric and to the many Relief To Justison Justisonin " Draney X American Fork. He married Lisa Ann Cooper Jan. 21, 1981 in ' Lehi. Kelly loved to work, fish, " Right to Know ? ; i-- i hunt, Ji I - i' J camp, water ski and spent time with his family. He was kind and gentle to all he knew and was loved by everyone. He was loved very much by his family. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Ann Draney; two sons and one daughter: Jeremy K. Draney, Jessey Ace Draney and Mandie Lynn Draney; two granddaugh- ters: Shelby Jean Draney; Samantha Debbera Robertson; four brothers: Casey L. (Cheryl) Draney, Kevin A. (Sue) Draney, Daniel (Maryanne) Draney and James G. (Beverly) Draney; stepfather, Luris N. Lamph, stepbrother, James H. (Nancy) Lamph; many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. He was preceded in death by his mother and father and one brother, Asa V. Draney. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 29, in the Sundberg, Olpin Mortuary in Orem. Burial was in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Helflo WQrid Babies born March at American Fork Hospital 11 Girl to Rickard and Jennifer Giles Camp of Pleasant Grove. Girl to Marti Trexler and Dale Olsen of Lehi. March 12 Girl to James and Jolynn Hardman Heap of American Fork. Girl to Terrel and Lisa Arlington Kofoed of American Fork. March 13 Boy to David and Julie Speyer Harris of American Fork. Boy to John and Tracie Mitani Hutchings of American Fork. Boy to Christopher and Tanya Grigs Jensen of Lehi. Girl to Sean and Linzy Huntington Loveridge of Lehi. Boy to John and Cheryl. Page Ortiz of Pleasant Grove. Boy to Chad and Paige Robinson Robinson of American Fork. Girl to Jason and Jena Roberts Wood of American Fork. March 14 Girl to Clinton and Rebecca Gines Carter of American Fork. Boy to Jaimi Burch and Josh Cook of Lehi. Boy to Jeffrey and Carrie Strickland Hutchings of Lehi. Boy to Scott and Jacqueline Staley MacAlevy of Lehi. Girl to Curtis and Kimberly Hahn Nelson of Lehi. March 16 Boy (one of twins) to Lee and Lisa Myers Gifford of American Fork. March 17 Boy (one of twins) to Lee and Lisa Myers Gifford of American Fork. Boy to Garrett and Kaylynne Shelley Butler of American Fork. Girl to Joe and LeAnn Hutchings Proctor of Pleasant Grove. PUBLIC NOTICES Protects Your 35, Draney, Orem, died April 23, 1997. He was born April 11, 1962 to Ace and Helen Public notice Advertising Protects Your Right to Know Eagle Mountain notice of intention PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 10th day of April, 1997, the Town Council Elect of Eagle Mountain, Utah County, Utah (the "Town"), adopted a resolution declaring its intention to create a special improvement district to be known as Eagle Mountain, Utah Special Improvement 97-- 1 District No. (the "District"). It is the intention of the Town Council Elect to make improvements within the District and to levy special, assessments as provid ed in Title 17A, Chapter 3, Utah Part Code 3, Annotated, 1953, as amended, on the real estate lying within the District for the benefit of which such in an easterly direction for about two and one-hamiles to the section corner of sections 7, 8, 17 and 18 of Township 6 South, Range 1 West. These improvements will be known as Golden Eagle Boulevard. ESTIMATED COST OF IMPROVEMENTS The, total of improvements in the District is estimated by the Engineer is $3,600,000, of which the pay $0, leaving a of $3,600,000 which shall be paid by a special assessment to be levied against the property abutting upon the streets to be improved or upon property which may be affected or assessments are to be specifically benefitted by such improvements. The expended in the making of Town Council Elect has such improvements. DESCRIPTION OF DISdetermined that only those TRICT parcels within the bound.The boundaries of the aries of the proposed District, the owners of which proposed District shall coincide with the town limits of have a present intent to develop said parcels, shall Eagle Mountain, Utah, as of its date of incorporation. be benefitted by the proINTENDED IMPROVEposed Improvements as MENTS indicated on the map ' The improvements will attached hereto as "Exhibit "A." The property owners' consist of approximately seven miles of asphalt road portion of the total estimated and concrete curb planter cost of the improvements median to be constructed at may be financed during the construction period by the the.following locations within the District: use of interim warrants, in The road will include 30 which case the interest on feet of pavement and a conwill be said warrants crete curb planter median in assessed to the property owners. In lieu of utilizing a the, center. Said improvements will begin at the interguaranty fund, the Town section of State Highway 73 intends to create a special and the Cedar Valley Airport reserve fund to secure payment of the special assessCounty Road and proceed ment bonds (the "Bonds") south along the section line until it intersects with the the Town anticipates issuing to finance the proposed existing pony graveled The reserve improvements. express trail, which will also fund will be initially funded be paved to the approximate 11 with proceeds of the Bonds of Section center in an amount equal to Township 6 South, Range 2 West. $360,000. approximately The Town anticipates applytAt the approximately center of Section 11 the ing moneys remaining in the reserve fund to the final pay improvements will continue Town will remainder ment on the Bonds which, in turn, would offset the final assessment payments to be made by the owners of prop- I I erty benefited by such improvements, all of which will be further described in the assessment ordinance to be adopted by the Town. In addition, estimated costs of assessment include estimated overhead costs wh'ch the Town projects to incur in the creation and administration of the District. The estimated cost to the assessed against the properties within the District and the method of assessment shall be as 5 I i j 4 follows: Improvements Road and concrete curb planter improvements. Estimated Assessment $1,250 Method of Assessment Per acre LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS 1. It is the intention of the Town Council to levy assessments as provided by the laws of Utah on all parcels and lots of real property to be benefited by the proposed improvements within the District. The purpose of the assessment and levy is to pay those costs of the improvements which the Town will not assume and pay. The method of assessment shall be by acreage as set forth herein. The assessments may gag. -- - ,., be paid by property owners in not more than ten (10) annual installments with enforcement remedies shall interest on the unpaid balbe in accordance with Title ance at a rate or rates fixed 17A, Chapter 3, Part 3, Utah by the Town Council, or the Code Annotated 1953, as whole part or any part of the amended. assessment may be paid A map of the proposed without interest within fifteen District, copies of plans, pro(15) days after the ordinance files and specifications of the the assessment levying proposed improvements and effective. The becomes other related information are assessments shall be levied on file in the office of the according to the benefits to Engineer who will make be derived by each property such information available to within the District. Other payall interested persons. ment and provisions TIME FOR FILING ID f 14 -- ij l 22 i ZS Jrr ' PROTESTS Any person who is the owner of record of property to be assessed in the District described in this Notice of Intention shall have the right to file in writing a protest against the creation of the District or to make any other objections relating thereto. Protests shall describe or otherwise identify the property owned of record by the person or persons making the protest and shall indicate 'J , " jcjgtnfflli .A LNQ the total acreage represented by said protest. Protests shall be filed with the Town Clerk of Eagle Mountain, Utah, on or before 5 p.m. on the 14th day of May, 1997. Thereafter at 7:00 p.m. on the 15th day of May, 1997, the Town Council will meet in public meeting at the temporary offices of the Town Council at 55 N. Center Street in Lehi, Utah, to consider all protests so filed and hear all objections relating to . f.n 3 MS jjj S s -- JJ9 tPK Cty SI II YJ j. , , 1U ih- I ; J 20 ' tAO MUIWTAII the proposed District. After such consideration and determination, the Town Council shall adopt a resolution either abandoning the District or creating the District either as described in this Notice of Intention or with deletions and changes made as authorized by law; but the Town Council shall abandon the District and not create the same if the necessary number of protests as provided herein lave f) ' been filed on or before the time specified in this Notice of Intention for the filing of protests Q.l SKOAlASSESSMErrrDBTMT after eliminating from such filed protests: (I) protests relating to property or relating to a type of improvement which has been deleted from the District and (ii) protests which have been withdrawn in writing prior to the conclu- -' sion of the hearing. The necessary number of protests shall mean the aggregate of the following: Protests representing one-haof the acreage to be assessed where an assessment is to be made according to acreage. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF EAGLE MOUNTAIN, UTAH. Isl Dave Conine Town Clerk Published in the Lehi Free Press April 16, 23 and r 30 and May 7, 1997.