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st'aW-- Around and About AM COUNTY I MILDRED B. HALL or AC 5 61 Call FR H 13 63 Jiaj-Justjturn- il city-universi- Mrs. Luella Laws has returned home to Provo after visiting for a few. days in southern Utah. She accompanied her brother, Wilford Rowley of Salt Lake City going to visit a niece, Mrs. Thelm a Wilcox at Fillmore andanother niece, Mrs. Elda Whittaker at kanosh. At St. George they were guests of a niece.i Mrs. Alta Wilcox. While away they also attended a celebration marking --110 years jsince the firslj settlers came to Parowan. They joined with, friends for the vprogram and dinner. l - ' f".' !: ;.,-- ' w'-'!.v- - " i rr Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Harrison gave a dinner during the, week Glen L. Blackley, who came by air from San for their for business in Salt Lake City lie also called on .'Francisco, Calif., ' on Harrisons his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown-othe and . j Springville. son-in-la- city-univers- w, '''.' f 4 Mr; and Mrs. McAvoy Craner attended a funeral during the Mrs. Lavina Craner, who was week at Corinne for a sister-in-lathe widow of the late Thomas Craner i I , j . . i" . 'Mrs. Julia1 Brim, Provo, who has been seriously ill at Utah Valley Hospital, is reported to be some improved. Here to see her 1 '; . - . Mr. land Mrs. during the. week were her daughter and Richard Cundie and their three children," from Las; Vegas, Nev. Also yisiting her was her son, Jack, from Las Vegas. The visitors were house guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Ronald Norton while here, son-in-la- ' ! ' 'il--- ' w, j ;j . Mrs. Phoebe Bills, Provo, is back home; again after spending the past month in Pocatello, Ida., at the home of her daughter,, Leah, her husband, Dale D. Jones and their family, " - f - "' t ' , j : r , . . - S ,- -j J : Erekson, former Pfovq residents, who have been making their home in Bountiful for the past yean have returned to Provo where they plan to reside fagam. I1; Mr. and Mrs. Gene M. (Arlenej Mr. and 3Irs. DeLoyal Bills and daughter, Lesa, enjoyed a few days, visit; in Denver, Colo., during this week; where they ' combuied business and pleasure. They traveled by air. i I Mrs. RayD. Nicholes of Lakeview has invited a group of 18 aunts, uncles; land cousins to her home for dinner tonight honoring 'her nephew, George Jesse Scott of American: Fork, who lis leaving soon for tha German LDS mission.. The young man is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George- C. Scott of American Fork. Relatives will gather from Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, American iFork and Provo. ;,." ' - Dr. Dix R. Morgan and family have returned to their home in M. after visiting for two weeks in Provo with his Albuquerque, parents," Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Morgan and son, Michael. While here they were entertained extensively by their many friends in this area and by friends a the LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. A family, dinnerj was held for the 10 members present. Pictures were taken of the group. . . : 1 J ' Proud parents of their first daughter, born. in San Francisco Saturday arc Mr. and Mrs. Mont Ford. Mrs. Harvey Ford of Provp is a grandmother for the, first time and Mrsi Virginia C. Hedquist i J of San Francisco is the maternal grandmother. ;;l. . 1 If. . t - ' I i z Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bray 6t Provo'have received news of the birth: of a iboy to Dr. and Mrs. Beryl H. Owens of Rose. Hill, Va., bprniThursday.jThe baby was born at the Baptist Memorial Knoxville; Terin. Mrs. Owens is the former Beth Bray of Provo. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. IE. Owens of Washington, D. C. The couple have another sen, Courtney; 3V2 . Hos-pjit- al .llV'?M $35,-67- For: weddings, wadding receptions, banquets or social Veterans Service Center, 287 East 1st North. Contact vj rent f the ins,i Daniels, FR A. , -- w, (adv.). f Bernie CC SPEAKER Dia- manager Chamber of Commerce,, will be the featured speaker Tuesday .night at the annual installation dinner of the Provo C. of C. mond, 7; V'&m&f Provo i out-of-sta- C of C. Schedules Installation yy Commissioner Jones- - moved the court for an order compelling contestant Nielson to 'produce and permit inspection and copying or : te . ' ..u... -l- officers of the Provo Chamber of Commerce will be installed Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., at the annual installation dinner scheduled for the Riverside Coun- CC NAMES Newely-electe- d .uil.iii..i.i,...i..i. Feature ofthe evening will be an , manaaddress by of the Ogden Chamber of ger Commerce, who ' will speak on "Your Chamber of Commerce and You.", d president, S. E. "Tug" Jacobsen, will head the list of ofifcers to be installed, along with W. Alack Lawrence; vice president; K. A. Randall, treasurer, and new board members. Phil Perlman is outgoing president. Chamber members and guests are invited to the event. Music will be furnished by an instrumental trip from the Brig-haYoung University. Master of ceremonies will be Paul Gehring, Installapast president for 1954-5tion officer will be Arthur W. Adamson, past president for 1956. . ; Newly-electe- i.J iuii.iii.lu I ' I ber. Other ( . V newly-electe- d 5. . LOWJ zrsrs fi , y : U n i ar PRESIDENT Or. Enoch A. Lud- president of low, newly-electe- d the Spanish Fork Chamber of Commerce, i Plans term of office two-ye- ar were also! begun for the annual installation banquet, full details of Which are to be released soon, In addition to the installing of new'; officers, tribute will be paid to outstanding businesswomen of, the community at this affair. ' - Ust, : ' I f j : . ' - ' T . v al-mos'- t-l ' ? Banker Addresses Rotary Club , u Kay: A. Randall, "eashder at the State I Banic of Provo, discussed tlie importance of competition Friday for Provo Rotarians. He developed the theme, "How Can You Be a Good Competitor?" Mr Randall said that.;if President John F. Kennedy andjhis administration' continue to Ifollow the proposed plan of operation in 1951, we canj look forward to a ' " deficiti of jfrom six toj ia NEW MODERN ," of-th- , . - - rt ' ' Hdsbital; Lists Patients .!''"; '"! ; NEJPfll Patients .at tihe Juab County Hospital recently have l: been, from Nephi William Robert Lyman, Mrs. Richard ' i . t H W. aid "r VULCA PLEAT BACK STYLING rv I f 1 H il w- r 1 - mm A n lr 7 i i I Wo 52-7- e i . . ago. j ; Because jof new- imports, which .w'il put ceilings on prices, it will beccme increasingly important to p;vrate more frugally and be better comDetitors, he said. YL Reversible buoyant Serofoam seat cushions for extra comfort. 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Friday PLENTY OF FREE PARKING til 9 Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back SEAg.S . " '. m IP" - ' r Air taxi, anyplace, cheaper than airlines. Call Merrill Chris- on this particular unit. (adv.) j, tophersont Provo Flying Service, FR Permit on File BYU has an application on file Merrill Christopherson says "Join our personally conducted Feb- with Provo to construct a physiruary 20, March 1 Hawaiian "best buy" vacation tour; including all cal plant building at a cost of transportation, hotels, outer islcnds,' etc, from Provo. $475." Phone million, which requires lor FR 35310 for information. FR f' (ad vL). "scmejadjustments" and Thursday .' i I ' ".V approvedvplans for a BYU alumni " ' j officers are CI eve Swenson, first vice president, and J. Rcss Nielson, (seccnd vice president. Chosen three-yedirectors were Bob Lewis, Max Gardner, Glen Boyack, Cleve Swenson, Jack Christensen r.nd . Jl.n Reid. Holdover directors are Cleve Child, Jack Linde, Glenn G. Scott, Fred R.- - Jex, Waldo Swenson, G.. Doane Chambers, Mark Bo wen, Dr. Enoch A. Ludlow, Ross J. Lynn Walker, 'Nielsen, Bob Bills arid Dick Hansen. In recognition of other outstandr ing achievements, it was decided has just approved the, alumni that the In d ustrial and Retail building and vxrutally approved Trades committees will serve a the physical plant building, J .iii.iiii ii. SPANISH FORK Dr. Enoch A. Ludlow has been elected president of the Spanish Fork Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Oleve C. Child. Mr. Child has bean given a, vott of thanks for an outstand- - j ing year as president of the cham- Bernie-Diamond- II .iiiii.i OFFICERS try Club. , I. SR. FORK i SPEOiL s ' photographing of cards and' papers in the files of th contestants upon which are written names, addresses and data obtained in inqualified legally to vote, many? terviews by University of Utah law stu, students" last December. being university motion this court The granted dents. . The Republican contestees in of Commissioner Jones and a sim counterclaims allege illegal votes ilar one (filed by Commissioner. were cast for the Democratic can Nicholes. of the Ogden 1 ity - i . jL inter-relate- d . i . right-of-wa- y . didates and some legal votes were not counted for the Republicans. Last week, Commissioner Jones petitioned the court for summary judgment of no cause of action, and Mr. Nielson filed a cross motion asking summary judgment "because more than 163 votes were illegally cast" for his competition. which Fourth District Court last week granted motions of Republican contestees, County Commissioners Sterling Jones and F. Rulon Nicholes, to inspect some of the data compiled by Democratic Nlelson Marcellus contestants, has set and Dave Greenwood the opening hearing on the election contesting' for Monday at 10 a.m. Former Commissioner Nielson, defeated in a close race by Commissioner Jones, and Mr. Green-wo- o d former Utah County roads superintendent, have charged illegal votes were cast for the winning Republicans by persons not ty .. ' 3 Legal Sparring Precedes Election Contest Hearing j ar fes5-- 4ayJ-- mi SUNDAY HERALD VSYD Impa ssc FOVO PI oos. Provo City and Brigham Young j building costing $200,000 subject to proposed plans wherein a bid item University negotiations to solve two minor variations, which Archi- - could be changed a', a later, date growth tect Fred Markham had agreed to the financial disadvantage of complex , problems iavolving' construction to comply with. One was a, second tiie university. Under our building code as now policy and power rates, appeared exit from the assembly rccm. As far back as October, city legally adopted by the city of Saturday to have reached an impasse. ' and university were involved in Prcvo, it is provided that the city for BYU withdrew plans fcint negotiallocis a3 to working out may; send any set of plans to the Friday housa $5,030,000 married students water, sewer, roads, power and building code headquarters for ing : project , r which , Provo City agreements prior to help in detefmining whether or says, fail to meet Uniform Build- annexation of site into Provo City not the plans fully meet the code." ": ing Code requirements as to fire for married housing construction. Meeting Held exits and wet stand pipes" (a fire . Power Rates Dr. Wilkinson then sent reprewith nego sentatives to meet with the city safety device) , after Provo anClosely nounced its intention of referring tiations on building code interpre- Jan. 12. v the plans to UBC headquarters in tation has been the problem of The city estimated that its share " Los Angeles for evaluation. reaching agreement on power of cost cf installing overhead lines The action climaxed a series of rates and power use. In 1959, city, to meters without stoves would meetings and several months cor- and university agreed on a power be about $41,000 and its gross respondence between city and BYU rate with the BYU6 obtaining block profit $15,000 a year, which would (lowest Provo enable it to pay back investment on unsolved prob- power at Schedule d married in less than three years. lems and toughening' of city policy rate. Provo assume the ' be would house buildnew student of a part of creation following But if it makes a competitive BYU enblock. wholesale to the power ing inspection department, to get the electric stoves, .it bid force the building code. In past assumed Provo would not be inter- will have to invest an additional years j construction has often pre- ested in installation of ' electric $57,000, which would bring an. adstoves in 462 .married students ceded filing sof permit. of. $4000 ' a ditional gross apartments since Provo would year, requiring profit Statement Later almost 15 years to Asked for comment on the uni- have to buy1 the additional power get back its investment. and Liht Co., versity's position Saturday morn- from Utah Power Total city cost thus would be which" at BYU to to auxresell of director Ben Lewis, ing, while university cost is iliary services, said he" could h&ve Schedule- 6 rates would not be not known. f bo comment? at this time but that profitable. , ... Provo City power beard last stateissue a khe university would But completed plans for the mar week making a written ment wh?n all toe facts are in. ried students projects, would pro offer, approved and was informed by Mr.' Provo City, "admittedly lax in vide retail meters to each of the Lewis "decision would have to be the past in the enforcement of 462 apartments, made in Salt Lake City." the building code," how "requires a Provo concedes its power salesFVans to be Forwarded licensed architect or engineer b man should have bid competitively Thursday, Keith Coleman, city sign- plans for multiple dwellings against the gas company cn in building inspector, notified Mr. and commercial buildings, and re- stallation of culinary stoves, but Conell that "due to complexity of on Dec. 23 asked fcr chance to .the marired students $5 million quires permit be issued and plans beconstruction before approved submit a late bid. On Dec. 29, project and insufficient personnel gins, said City Manager Edward Mr. Lewis replied that if Provo to determine whether plans meet J. Ccnnell Friday afternoon. had been williiig to give more the building code, plans would be The hitch seems to be inter- favorable rates, BYU might have forwarded to Los Angeles." preting the building code whether bargained with th? city. Provo City as a. member of the as to "spirit or letter." Letter to President Uniform Building Code has the Minutes of a meeting held Jan. On Jan. 6, the city manager privilege of sending plans to na12 by city and BYU officers read wrote Dr. Ernest Wilkinson, BYU tional specialists for evaluation at in part:,, "It was noted that in president, feeling he "lacked full half the usual checking fee, but some areas the code is not follow- details of the situation," and "re- - "sb far as the city is concerned, ed strictly to the letter, but de- question that the city stove bid only the married student housing finitely in the spirit of safety. BYU be given consiideratoin. At the project, due to its siie and comhas the latest developments in fire same time, the ity manager call- plexity, has been considered nec detection proposed for their new ed attention to the fact that Provo essary to be sent to the building buildings, and they try to work had not as yet received projection code headquarters for checking," very closely with the Provo fire plans for the total projeet, and said City Manager Connell. chief." The plans were then withdrawn warning: Letter Quoted We feel that you should know by BYU before they could be forIncluded in offiical correspond- that it has been determined that warded. ence is copy of a letter from proj- there may be some areas in the Mr. Connell pointed out the city ect architect William- Rowe Smith to Sam F. Brewster, director BYU physical plant, which Rote's: "As you are aware, the code is quite definite in its requirements of wet stand pipes in buildings of Class "H" occupancy. The problem in our particular case is that our stairwells where these stand pipes would have to be located are exterior stairwells creating a serious v problem7 of freezing. There are' other reasons why it would not be adviseable to use wet stand pipes in this particular construction." "Architect Rowe suggested four -. .alternatives: Hose cabinets at entry at .each floor, $66,015; hose cabinet half way up the stair, No. 10 C02 extinguisher on the main floor, $5275; or on each He recommended floor? $15,825. either of the last two options as most desireable for fire protection A, family birthday party honored Y. M. Offret Wednesday at his home for his 78th birthday The 21 guests Included his eight children land; 4helr partners. The group played parlor games and enjoyed light refreshments. A speciab guest was Jerry Jensen, a grandson, from a four-yewho stay In Germany.! ed U'- On Busldin"g ty : BY IrV, - "Wats' Provo 270 North 1st West Open Friday Night Until 9 P.M.