November 4, 1957 History Of United Press Told In Book
March 11, 1959 Are Our Courts Too Lenient?
June 1, 1964 Tackett to Retire July 1 – Publisher Will Leave Herald After Long and Eventful Newspaper Career
September 16, 1965 Executives’ Secretaries, Bosses Guests of Herald at Firm Night
November 17, 1965 Our ‘Trashy Film’ Controversy
December 3, 1965 Let’s Get UVIDA Going
December 9, 1965 Omni Range for Provo Airport
December 19, 1965 Provo’s Proposed Obscenity Law
March 8, 1966 Stakes Are High In Geneva Fight
January 30, 1967 Pitfalls of Sunday Closing Law
March 23, 1969 Drug Abuse Problem in Valley
July 22, 1970 Earlier Teacher Contracts
November 15, 1971 Inauguration of ‘Y’ President
January 16, 1972 Judicial Building: It’s Needed
May 29, 1972 Memorial Day Rites Conducted
January 22, 1973 Logan Case Stirs Questions – Guard Public-Press Rights
January 23, 1973 Lyndon B. Johnson – Death of 36th President
March 8, 1973 Paul Salisbury, Master Artist
November 21, 1973 Cool ‘Impeachment Hysteria’
August 30, 1974 Tribute to ‘Lone Eagle’
September 17, 1974 Colored Canyons – Nature’s Autumn Show
September 22, 1974 Ford’s Oct. 2 Provo Speech
December 20, 1974 Curb Crime Show Viewing
January 3, 1975 Vigilance Against Rapists
January 10, 1975 How’s Interstate Coming?
January 17, 1975 Proposed Budget for Utah
January 20, 1975 On Future Provo Plan–Your Views Are Desired
January 22, 1975 It’s That Season Again
January 27, 1975 Our Soaring National Debt
January 28, 1975 Teachers Negotiations Act
February 17, 1975 Devoted City Official
February 20, 1975 Tax Trend: Still Upward
March 19, 1975 Give to Rewards Fund
March 23, 1975 Our Accessible Governor
March 25, 1975 About Crime Rise: How Concerned Are You?
March 28, 1975 Evaluate Property Tax – Good Place to Cut
April 6, 1975 Beautification: You Bet! / Hathaway Suited for Post
June 26, 1975 In Oaks Testimony – College Curbs Opposed
August 3, 1975 Inflation Ups Project Cost
August 10, 1975 The Canning Lid Shortage
August 27, 1975 Alpine School Bond Vote
September 8, 1975 Know its Provisions – Utah Anti-Shoplift Law
September 16, 1975 Nature’s Autumn Show
October 7, 1975 Carpool: Check Benefits
November 2, 1975 Sewage Plant Expansion – Bond Issue Needed
November 13, 1975 More Open Meetings – Step in Right Direction
November 14, 1975 Public Clamor Pays Off
November 16, 1975 Utah Property Tax Burden
November 18, 1975 Training School Probe
December 9, 1975 Yule Charm Enhanced
January 25, 1976 Power Line Proposal – Close Scrutiny Urged
July 26, 1976 Soaring Assessed Values Accent Levy Cut Need
August 29, 1976 Irene Mower Finds Exhilaration in Each New Day
September 19, 1976 Ballot Overprint – Waste of Tax Dollars
October 20, 1976 Protests on NEA Policy
October 31, 1976 Curb Red Ink Spending – Economic Stability: A Major Issue in Tuesday’s Election
January 2, 1977 3-Term Utah Governor – Rampton Era Closes
January 18, 1977 Postscript to Gilmore Case
January 27, 1977 County Zoning Hearing – Extra Session Encouraged
February 7, 1977 PubIic’s Stake in Bill on Open Meetings
February 15, 1977 Let’s Have RoII Call Vote – On Federal Pay Issue
March 7, 1977 Utah’s Property Tax Bill – How Is It Shared?
March 21, 1977 Common Situs Picketing Not in Public Interest
June 3, 1977 Hold Line on Tax Levies
June 5, 1977 Utah Valley and Steel Imports
July 24, 1977 State Hospital Investigation
July 25, 1977 Solving the Dog Problem
July 26, 1977 Review of Postal Salaries
August 8, 1977 Santa Barbara Tragedy – Don’t Let It Happen Here
August 11, 1977 Postscript on CUP Fight
August 12, 1977 The ‘WiIdcat’ Phone Strike
September 29, 1977 On Safety With Canines
November 10, 1977 Election Turnout – Small Cities Set Example
December 25, 1977 Christmas Day, 1977
January 10, 1978 In Scheduling Meetings – Public Accessibility Vital
March 6, 1978 ‘Y’ Student Housing Issue
April 7, 1978 In BYU Development – Wilkinson’s Stewardship
April 21, 1978 Canal Vote in Retrospect
July 28, 1978 A Judge’s Message On Freedom From Crime
August 22, 1978 Threat of Growing Power To Strike Against Public
October 6, 1978 Getting C-U Project Back On Track After Carter Veto
October 29, 1978 Utah as a Minerals State
November 30, 1978 Debate on College Salaries – Public’s Right to Know
May 16, 1979 Law on Doorstep Litter
June 10, 1979 Nails-on-Road Incidents – A Senseless Tactic
August 1, 1979 A Salute to 106 Years Of Provo Newspapering
August 5, 1979 Bundy Case in Spotlighht
September 25, 1979 What’s Your Opinion On Limiting Terms?
October 3, 1979 ‘Chris’ Retires After 30 Editor Years
January 1, 1980 Growth, Change: They’re Perpetual Watchwords
February 7, 1980 It’s Time for Feds to Face Deficit
February 24, 1980 Provo Settlers Once Started to Build Walled Enclosure For Protection Against Indians
April 5, 1980 Vaccine date remembered
April 17, 1980 Friday Is Anniversary of San Francisco Quake
June 6, 1980 ‘D-Day’ Occurred 36 Years Ago
February 25, 1981 Congress must act… or improve plan
April 6, 1981 National Debt’s Approaching $1 Trillion Mark
April 26, 1981 Who’s Uncle Sam’s Creator?
June 23, 1981 Crime registers largest jump in 12 years
August 4, 1981 Military Readiness Reassuring
August 31, 1981 The ERA question
September 6, 1981 Convention Was Quite a Show
January 4, 1982 A sampler of reactions
January 7, 1982 U.S. officials note growth of Cuban-backed violence
January 10, 1982 Dumping Should Be Eliminated
February 11, 1982 Free World Supporting Afghans
Americans Can Help Reagan
March 3, 1982 Another Look at Custer: Was It Battle or Suicide?
March 4, 1982 Happy Birthday to The “Star Spangled Banner”
March 17, 1982 The Custer Legend Still Lives
March 30, 1982 A Year Ago, Reagan Was Shot
A Good Way to Help the Elderly
April 19, 1982 ‘Shot Heard Round the World’
May 14, 1982 Anti-Drunk Driving Drive Grows
May 20, 1982 Book Recalls Earhart Tragedy
May 31, 1982 Guardians of our peace and freedom
June 20, 1982 Eagle Bicentennial Approaches
June 24, 1982 Be Proud Of Noble Turkey
‘Tiny’ American Flags ‘Giant’ Support For POWs
June 30, 1982 Herald Staffers Salute UPI
August 25, 1982 Tabernacle Real Eye-Grabber With New Paint
November 29, 1983 Baldness: the bare facts
January 25, 1984 Paris Treaty Bicentennial Noted
January 26, 1984 U.S. Must Heed Report on Deficit
February 6, 1984 Strange Things in Budget
Quiz on Presidents Of United States
February 12, 1984 Recalling Lincoln’s Pithy Sayings
March 1, 1984 Most Want Prayer in Schools
March 18, 1984 Cleveland, Only ‘Split’ President
March 23, 1984 Remembering Henry’s Oratory
April 3, 1984 Provo Honors Pioneer Spirit: Painting a Picture of Yesterday
April 13, 1984 Abe Assassination Anniversary Noted
Time for Flood Insurance
May 6, 1984 Harry Truman Centennial May 8
May 15, 1984 Drop George? Time to Protest
June 4, 1984 Remembering Heroes of D-Day
June 13, 1984 Flag Day Support High in Area
June 14, 1984 Flag Day, a Time to RecaII Creed
June 19, 1984 Fascinating Tale of Archives
July 2, 1984 Reflections on Our Great Country
July 6, 1984 Salute to Freedom Fete Workers
July 13, 1984 Visiting Shrines Helps Patriotism
July 27, 1984 Ferraro Could Liven up Senate
August 3, 1984 ‘Ashton Tower’ Has a Long, Distinguished History
September 2, 1984 Provo Bids ‘Goodbye’ to Tom
September 5, 1984 Candy Smiles
September 16, 1984 Inspiring Words From Presidents
September 17, 1984 Constitution 197 Years Old Today
September 20, 1984 Trivia Quiz: U.S. Vice Presidents
September 28, 1984 Divided Berlin: Lesson in Freedom
October 12, 1984 War Pals Reunited In Britain
October 24, 1984 President Used to Make $25,000
October 31, 1984 Famous False Teeth Not Wood
November 11, 1984 Honoring Their Sacrifice. Stones Present a History
November 16, 1984 Origin of Sweet, Sad Taps Sound
November 28, 1984 14 Presidents Who Won Two Terms
December 4, 1984 Thieves Steal Museum Items
December 6, 1984 Dec. 7, 1941, A Day of Infamy
December 14, 1984 Anniversaries Noted This Month
December 27, 1984 Changing Utah’s State Song
April 2, 1985 More Than 500 Have Served on Provo City Boards
Provo Will Recognize Volunteer City Boards
Provo Noting 136th Birthday
April 14, 1985 Delta Arts-Literacy Section Honors Two Local Residents
May 5, 1985 Forty Years Ago Our Friends Were Our Foes
November 15, 1985 Recalling Sermon to Soviets
November 20, 1985 Sobering Situation With World of Hope
January 24, 1986 New Light on Miller Death
February 12, 1986 In 1874, Horses Had Mishaps
March 24, 1986 From Very Humble Beginnings
B.E. ‘Bye’ Jensen
March 30, 1986 Provo Peak Vista, From Orem
February 8, 1987 Prayer before sports events worthwhile
Moment of silence could mean prayer
March 22, 1987 Publisher announces Daily Herald staff changes
May 10, 1987 Reagan: Raise ceiling or default on May 28th
May 15, 1987 Senate Blots Out a Red-Ink Worry – Stripped-Down Debt Bill Passes
May 22, 1987 Record U.S. Surplus of $38.7 Billion in April Helps Cut Fiscal-Year Deficit
August 23, 1987 Adversity takes toll
November 20, 1988 Golden anniversary event to honor Jones couple
December 9, 1988 Daily Herald Names Managing Editor
December 24, 2011 ‘Jack’ Tackett Served Us Well
Honoring Chris, True Son of U.S.A.
Christensen Wins Freedom Award
Utah County’s ‘senior patriot’ honored
Decide now on qualities in your choices for public office
Primaries Distracting
Congressional Record: Repository of fact and effusion
We Remember The Alamo
A surplus so small it’s a deficit
VPs Worthy of Credit, Thanks
Big Flags Underscore Spirit
Begin Primaries Reform Now
Odds Are Against It
The internment issue
Urban sprawl gobbling up farmland
Bicentennial of National Bird this year
Clark’s Legacy in Heart Program
National Debt Continues To Rise
Sen. Hatch Honors Herald
Congress Prints Local Items
Bill of Rights 190 Years Old
On Mother’s Day, 1978
129th Provo Anniversary
It’s Anniversary of Historic Shot
The Show Must Go On – And Did In Spite of Virtuoso’s Toothache
‘April Fool’s Concert’ Gets Roaring Approval Of Capacity Audience
Enduring Greatness
‘Get Involved’ Philosophy Pays Off For Ex-Official of Utah County
A College and Its Alumni Pay Homage to a Former Teacher
Osmond Clan Goes ‘Back on the Road Again’
Critic Praises Young Artists Concert
Steel Modernization Plan Vital
Your Signal for Safety
Shelve House Bill 102
Yes, Your Vote Is Important!
Industrial Growth Praised
Gratitude Still in Style
Significant ‘Y’ Milestone
Lingering Thoughts of July 4, Bicentennial Events in Valley
Perpetuate Yule Spirit
Eleventh LDS President
Real Christmas Is Within
In Economic Crisis Accent the Positive
The Savior’s Message – Thoughts on Christmas
May It Be a Happy Year!
Ideals of Abraham Lincoln
Canyon Oil Truck Accidents
Positive Merchant Attitude
Time to Count Blessings
New Year in a New Century
Blessings, Responsibilities Of Freedom Stressed in Talk Cited by Foundation
Pioneer Day in Utah – ‘Oh Beautiful for Pilgrim Feet
Future of City Hall Corner
Joseph Fielding Smith – 10th President of LDS Church
At Four Corners – Needed: Visitor Center, Park
‘Yes, Virginia… There ls A Santa Claus’
Two Provo Tabernacles TeII 100-Year History
Families of 6 Men Missing in Action Continue Long Wait For Word
U.S. ‘Debt’ Payments Nearing $100 Billion
U.S. Rolls Up Record Deficit Of $220.7 Billion This Year
Can U.S. Debt Be Bridled?
We Must Attack Budget Problems With Diligence
U.S. Anthem Debate Continues
Local Residents Recall Aviatrix
Tribute to Jones, Other Scouters
Mount Charming by Any Name
Redwoods Inspire Thousands
Glory of Timpanogos Hikes
Great Utah Statehood Flag Waves Forever in the Heart
Quiz on American First Ladies
Snow Overpowers Scottsdale
Freedom Awards Will Honor Finalists
Freedom Award winners announced
Snow Honors Five Alumni With Awards
Your Ballot Needed – Vital Vote On Water Project
UEA Strike Deplored – Upgrade Education–But by ‘Due Process’
Man Tells ‘Responsibilities’
Pulling For Mark
Add – Off the beat …
From the pages of The Daily Herald comes the work of… N. La Verl Christensen
How many presidents have visited Provo?
Veterans’ Records in Wars Appear As Result of Memorial Day Display
Provo Has 9 Living Former Mayors; 36 Have Held Post
Two Men Killed, Residents Remember Snowslides of 1924
Provo Canyon Avalanches Have Long History of Death, Destruction
Great Seal 200 Years Old Today
‘Old GIory,’ National Anthem Worthy of Emotion
Space Shuttle Lifts Our Spirits
Millie Hall Brought Lite, Light to Newspaper Career
Poper Progresses From ‘Hot Lead’ to Cool Computers
Hero Pigeons Become Deudbeuts
Heimlich Maneuver Saves Many Lives
La Verl fondly reh1eh1b& FE&
Berlin Wall marks 20ih anniversary
She’aI Rather Light a Candle Than Curse the Darkness…
Susan B. Anfh0ny’s Fame Scars Buf Her Dollar Cain Dicln’f Fly
G0ddurd’s life changed the course
Pledge Puts British On Notice
For Whom Does Bell Toll?
Dramatic Story Chronicles Heroes of War
Honoring Their Sacrmce
Growth, Change: They’re Perpetual Watchwords
Two Orem Men Recall Iwo Jimo Compoign
Sevier Floods Pioneer Problem
‘lnns of Court’ Picneered Here
Goddard: Rocket Pioneer
War 0f 1812 Veteran Was Nephi Settler
Sundance died in Utah prison, author says
Father of Rockets Deservegwtltmehgheg
Quarter-Century of Space Conquest
Anether Alternative to Trctditicn:Prefubricuted Homes
Article Tells Affordable Alternatives in Housing
How to Cut Costs in Building Home
Home Acquisition Pcses Challenges
HinE IZI6y Cuge Tecsm of 1930 Beat Expert’s Odds
Remember Provo Canyon Snowslide Of I896– If Was ‘Daddy of Them AII’
Volume Details History of 1-Room School in Pioneering Ero
‘ Inns of Court’ Pioneered Here
And Poems After 80
Volley Industry, Jobs Grow
An upgrad5″BfEi”?”J””7in”i’FFiV
Schwurtzy, We Miss You
Provo Author Lee Recsy Pens Humorous History
Oghpyghgmplqn Goes ‘Buck on the Ruud Again’
Benson’s Days of Valor Salutes War Veterans
Anniversaries uYr%%de Day For Indians, Old Maids, Flag
Utah T0 im Olympic Bid In New York
Jack Dempsey, ‘The Manassa Mauler’ Began Career in Provo
Anniversary of airlift noted
Paper Progresses From ‘Hot Lead’ to Cool Computers
Looking Bock Af Young Provo
d;Asiiit5HMiT$WElt’ Hus cs Long, Distinguished History
The Day Heber C reeper , Orem Train C cllided
Relief Society Urges Women to Develop Skills, Talents
Utuh’s Bid Didn’t Fulte r, Was Bcsted
Ufah Bids for ’76 Winter Olympics
Early Photographer Captures History of Provo
Heber Train. lnterurbun bollided at Center and 200 West
War 0f 1812 Veteran Was Nephi Settler
Consumer Hos Some Power, Too
They CAN and DO Succeed
Holiday Season Reminds Us AII To Give Thanks
Some Markers Need Repair
Thieves Steal Museum Items
4′ /L//ja Fuscinuiing Tdle of Archives
U.S. Goal: Make Skies Safer
WLgt Qreation Tale Be Taught
We Need Heroes Like Ayer
Cheating We-ukens the U.S.
Keep Freedom Torch Bright
Why Nat Talks in Japan?
Judges Seek Fewer Appeals
Shoplifts Up During Holiday
Odious Anniversary Sunday
Whut’s PIK Role in Farming?
Small Firm Failures Alarm
Vuledictoriun Values Work
FAA Should Cut Expenses
Tourism Great for Economy
Why Pass Child Seat Laws?
Hopeful Signs of Rescue
Tire Surface Tgsts Promising
Should Repeal lnterest Tux
Where’re Unsafe Bumpers?
Be Le-ery of Get Rich Deals
Abuses Hurt Handicapped
Delighted With Warning
Russians Never Listen to Reagan
Interest on Debt Upsets Budget
Radical Environmental Protestors Lack Class
Pony Express Trail Earns Honor
lt’s Time to Renew Our Devotion to Freedom
Republics Need Free Press
Justices, Sustain ‘Deudbeut’ Law
Berlin Airlift Reminder of Fight for Freedom
Reflections on Our Great Country
BWNBY Clark Leaves Heart Legacy
Accord Crucial in New Arms Talks
Greater Bipurtiscmship Needed
Soviets Too Hasty in Plan Rgiection
U.S. Must Heed Report on Deficit
Russ Propaganda Efforts Frighien
Uncompromising Russ Disdppoinl
Russian Riddle Is Still an Enigma
A Free Press: Dem0cracy’s first defense
Newspaper Week Celebrates Liberty
‘Instunt Criticism’ May Have Lusting Eff-acts
Senate Needs Reform, Not Money
Western Voters Need Protection
Stop Voter Borticibotioun Decline
U5, peb; Rumpcmtly Out of Line
Youth Need Lesson in Economics
Congress, Freeze Workers’ Wages
Counterfeiting Rises in U,$,
Commission Hos Big Chollenge
Let’s Refurbish a Gallant Lady
Many Fires Caused by Cigarettes
Unify Vifdi in Centrdl Am. Crisis
School Prcsyer Amendment Possible
Seat Belt Use Makes Sense – Buckle Up
Volunteer Youth Work Force is Good ldeo
Odds Are Against Changing Anthem
People Praise Hansen for Move
Utah ‘G0tchu’ Project Successful
One Town Against Drugs
Freedom of Press Helps AII
Solidarity Isn’t Dead Yet
Business Needs Better Image
Citizenship Day”. …C0nstituti0n Week
July 4th: Day of Fun, Reflection
Taday’s Space Age Birthday
GAO lHotline Saves Millions
War on Drunk Driving Necessary
Ruilroud Meusu re Reduces Losses
Drunks Misusing Bunkrupt Law
Tax Bill Passage Took Courage
Labor Day ’82 Offers Hope
No ‘Right’ to Desecrute Flag
We Must Find Poison Killer
Steel Victim of lllegulities
Second West Needs Sidewalks
Small Notions Also Hove Bombs
At Lust! Help for the Victim
Adopt Missing Childrcn’s Act
Clean cir versus necessities
Those good old doys…
Surplus Iund and the budget
Reagan Fights Drunken Drivers
IRS Red Tape Should Be Lessened
Let’s Punish Drunk Drivers Now
Nation Must Reguin Past Superiorify
Public Ldnd Sole Good Idea
Chief Justice Warren E.Burger may have signalleda future trend in proposingthat more non-criminallawsuits be taken to ar-bitration because of anoverload of state andfederal court cases.Addressing theAmerican Bar Associationin Chicago. Burger saidthat from l940 to 1981. thenumber of cases filed an-nually in federal districtcourts jumped from 35 000to 180,000.Despite periodical in-creases in judgeships un-der omnibus legislation.Burger said it is clear that”the federal and statecourt systems are in-
lnterstutes Must Be Repuired
Should Puerto Rico Be c1 State?
‘Freeze’ Too Serious for Politics
Pacemaker Rules Need Changes
The tens of thousands of Polish people who have defied martial law in a massive outpouring of sup- port for t e So idarity union have demonstrated once again the powerful yearning of oppressed Poles for freedom. Braving tear gas, con- cussion grenades and water cannons, citizens in many cities marked the second anniversary of the indeplendent union by marc ing toward Commu- nist Party headquarters chanting, ‘Free Lech Wal- esa” and “Solidarity, Soli- darity, Solidarity!” Walesa, interned Soli- darity leader, has been held since martial law began last Dec. 13 in a crackdown by the ruling military junta that ended a 16-month “taste of free-
Let’s G0 Cuutiously in Lebanon
Supreme C0urT’s F/ug Sfcmce Is Reussuring
A step toward recovery
Fires in California Tragic
Pact Should Help Steelmen
On Closing Those Special Loopholcs
‘Inn’ Proiect’s Real Progress
ls Home Cure Best Health Cure?
Good, Bud News About Cancer
Should U.S. Sell Federal Lands?
NATO Meeting Wus Successful
U.S. officials note growth of Cuban-backed violence
Will Nuclear Bombs Destroy Us?
Let’s Quit Pampering Japan
July 9 Designated to Honor POWs
GAO Tells How to Collect Debts
Will Drug Thefts Be Fed Offense?
S tutes Plugging FoodStump Holes
Some Still Try to Suppress
Nuclear Talks Vital to Peace
Synfuels Pushed to Buck Burner
Educution NeedsTOBe Upgrhded
Time to Repeal Tax Break
Tighter Ed Control Necessary
Will Nuclear Bombs Destroy Us?
Time to Aid Victims of Crime
Let’s Take Another Look at U.N.
U.S. Reports Bod Effects From TV
A Solution to Jommed Joils
Plan to Punish Cautious Thug
Goldwater Defends Funds
No Tax Help for Lawmakers
White Collar Crime’s StilICrime
Tourism Conflicts With Energy
Arloitrotion Could Empty Courts
Beat Doldrumsz Spruce Up Yards
A Fete for Disabled Congressmen
Painful, But Inflation Must Stop
Bills Would Alter Prison Lows
Should Congress Bon lnsoniry Pleo?
EPA Right in Eusing Regulations
Learning Nil Without Manners
Let’s ‘OK’ Budget Amendment
Sociul Security Tightening
Tux Cuts Should Sturt ut Top
Millions Wasted an Travel
Let’s Streamline the Economy
Puerto Rico Stotehoocl Still Issue
S teelworkers Need U.S. Help
Parties Are Both to Blume
Afghanistan Needs Our Support
Wednesduy’s Tux Freedom Day
Congress Likes Caribbean Plan
Vandals Destroy U.S. Heritage
Let’s Be Committed to Vote
Time U.S. Cracked Down on Defuulters
Former Envoy Says Poland Will Prevail
Space Program Technology Benefits All
Endless Appeals Keep Condemned Alive
U.S.Cun Lift Burdens of Small Business
Congress Heeds Pressure on Tux Break
Let’s Change Utah Tech College Name
Proposol Would Slow Auto Thefts
Teachers Owe Students an Education
Colleogues Loud John Rhodes
Can any issue or goal be worth a nuclear war?
Nation ‘Must Not Bend’ to ‘Sunctioned Terror’
Put Spending in Perspective
Sticky Problems Remain in Falklands
An Earlier School Settlemenfs Virol For Public
Legislators Act Responsibly on Budget
lt’s Time for Congress to Acton Crime
Retorting to USSR Accusutions
Reagan ‘New FederaIism’ Plan the Right Move
Are We on Right Track in Caribbean?
Space Program Technology Benefits All
U.S. Gesture Toward Argentine u Positive Step
Medical Researchers Earn America’s Thanks
No Draft Registraticn,N0 Benefits For Education
WeMust Have a Balanced Budget Soon
Teachers Owe Students an Education
Tux C ut Gives Roy of Hope for Economy
Red Influence Growing i n Latin America
‘Timel to Quash Dollar Waste
Nations Must Shure Defense
VPs Worthy of Credit, Thcmks
‘Unseen’ Benefits Average $7 17
Shoplifters Cost us All Money
Cuts Not Deep Enough Yet
Protect Agricultural Acreage
Motorists Need to ‘BuckIe Up’
Dog Bites Costly for Postmen
Let’s Salute His Compassion
Privacy Rights Warrant Study
University Shows Integrity
Powers of Congress reaffirmed
They served with honor
Why probe cabinet appointees?
Americans’ Happiness Glowing
Malaria Vaccine Appears Rasy
Mineral Protection Critical
Business Must Fight Crime Too
Let’s All Work to Avoid Wor
How Vital Human Rights Post?
Burns o Boost for Bonn, U.S.
Bankruptcy Reform BYII Vital
Let’s Reverse Spending Trend
Abortion Ruling ci Good Move
Time to intensify Arson Legislation
Congress Must Quickly
Melcher C hurges Merit Study
Clean Air Acts Needs Cleanup
Bankruptcy Act Warrants Study
Anti-Fraud Hotline Good Ideo
Spuce Shuttle Spending Wise
Red Hen Fable Truer Tcdcay
Make Agencies Acccuntuble
Le1’s Ax ‘Lume Duck’ Travel
Paperwork Act Faces Test
Beware the Special Interests
We Applaud Reagan Stance
World Future Relies on Nuclecrr Freeze
wlr, Uiqh Technical College’ Retiring
‘Rock of GibroItor’ UdoII’s Worthy of Emulation
Enforce Stronger Penalties for Early Retirement
Improvements in Combat Readiness Reassuring
Juvenile-Sex Legislation Merits Citizen Action
Buying House, Truly cs Dreamy
Air Troffic Controllers Asked for Woes
Let’s Focus on Goal of Balanced Budget By ’84
Bell Decision Right in Sex Discrimination Lows
World Minerals Play Part in National Defense
‘Seniors’ Are One of Our Greatest Resources
Social Security, Congress Issue Worth Debate
‘EngIish’ Amendment Proposal Merits Our Study
Real Budget Test Still Ahead
‘Muke Punishment Fit Crime’
Unity, Diplomacy – Key to U.S. Defense Goals
Low Enforcement Protection Bill Merits Hearing
Nuclear Warfare’s the Greatest Health Hazard
Supreme Cour1’s Draft Ruling Affirms Key Point
Berlin Wall Has Blocked Freedom for 20 Years
How Vital Human Rights Post?
Now’s Good Time for Nuclear Sanity
Improvements in Combat Readiness Reassuring
Nuclear Issue Requires Our Most Diligent Study
BeII’s Big Boost to Education
Reducing Drug Trafficking Will Reduce Crime
O’Connor Appears cs ‘Pers0n for All Seus0ns’
Energy Deregulation Working
Military Draft Debate Imperative
Lcrw Enforcement Protection Bill Merits Hearing
N0w’s Time to Detoxify Polluted Productivity
Budget Restraint Measure Merits Consideration
Crime Control Responsibility Begins in Home
Carter Deserves Our Good Wishes
Business, lndustry Must Bridge Education Gap
Bath Candidates Can Do Better
Bureaucracy Battle Real Test
Daylight Saving Time Extension Merits Thought
U.S. Automokers Need Compromise
Judicial Tenure Legislation Worth Seconcl Look
Export Legislation Deserves Our Consideration
American Pride Rings in Space Shuttle Success
Inauguration Proposal Descrves Citizens’l Study
RBC&lliHg l’1&ILi0I1,S fElth8I’ iIlSpil'(-BS C0l1fiaBIl(36
Holiday Alignment Bill Worth Citizen Coipment
Regulatory-Reform Voices Count
Time to Clamp Down in Federal Travel Control
S tricter Loan Rules Would Help
Early inauguration would out lame ducks
Wodley Won’tBo Forgotten
Let’s Quash Military Waste
Time for an assault 011 arson
iimdley Won’tBo Forgotten
Spuce Shuttle Spending Wise
li’s Not Whether But How
Nuclear Warfare’s the Greatest Health Haiard
Military Draft Debate Imperative
Drug Smuggling LegisIotion’s o Move Forward
Reagan Must Find EI Salvador Solution
An Effective Intelligence Operc1ti0n’s Imperative
Ncw’s G00d Time for Nuclear Sanity
Now’s Time for Someone to Tackle Terrorism
The words of Christmas can remind us of the holiday spirit
Dollar Worth 39.7 Cents
Fiscal Faults Neecl Correction
Anthony Dollar Frienclless
Trade Deiicit Foes Guin Edge
Reagan Success Our Success
Rosulyn Should Refkiew Stuff
Nation’s Farmland Vanishes
Intelligence Bill Deserves OK
Schools Must Hove Authorify
Don’! Leave it For George
Proposal on Incest Appolling
Voter Apathy Must End Now
Voter Apathy Must End Now
Wage Proposal Has Merit
Washington ‘man of peace’
Speed Limit Support High
Budget Still Not Balanced Yet
Time for Car Theft Cruckdown
Tuxes Fastest-Rising Expense
‘Fed’ Helps Feed lnflation
Lame Ducks Owe Answers
Let’s Exahiine Japan Example
Home Ownership Dream Dims
Veterans Day
Community to Miss Old Friend
Lincoln Spoke Heart to Heart
Time to Resteie Helmet Laws
It’s Time to Reduce Spending
Stuff Should Play Same Rules
Take Longer Look at Refugees
We-2’re Losing our Naval Punch
fyfmqries in Need of Change
Today, Take Time to Reflect
Our Freedom’s Your Freedom
When D0 Budget Deficits End?
U.S. Productivity Fcills Behind
Time to Look at Productivity
Let’s Toughen Loan Recovery
Service to Republic cr Factor
It doesn’t matter who’s at fault, just fix the budget
$2.2 trillion debt will bring ‘dry statistics’ painfully home
Boston moons more = Celtics, Bruins or loiw
Another historic occasion occurs at the Tabernacle
Statue of Liberty designed to celebrate independence
Pioneer Day gives Utahns a chance to offer thanks
New library plan in place, now comes the toughpart
Campaign gaining speed for repeal of amendment
There’s nothing two-faced about wisdom from Janus
Great Utah Statehood Flag Waves Forever in the Heart
Symphony performance is exomple of greut diligence
Washington ‘man of peace’
Steel Modernization Plan Vital
Drinking Drivers Still Kill
Washington Excelled us Stufesniun
COTIQTCQS Talks u Lot About Spending
Despots out to Get Free Press
Let’s Burst Soaring High-Interest Rate Balloon
Leaders Fail to Exemplify Frugulity in Budget
Analysis Shows Water Projects Value
Autos Trade Needs Fairness
Incumbents Get Unfair Lead
Americans Have ‘Hcad H’ With IRS
Personal Debt Poses Danger
We Must Strive to Reverse Productivity Slump
Time to Reverse Decline in Business Productivity
Washington Excelled us Stutesindn
A look at early newspupering reflects publishing progress i
Ws goodbye to our friend but his Iegocylwill live on
iY; ‘;iY7Z?H0rses Had Mishmps;
Hupky Birthdc1yL Presidmaz?
Geneva Air Plan Deserves Approval; Let’s End Economic Apprehension
Cut Wusteful Spending
August: Marriage Month
New Low in Voting? Don’t Let It Happen on Nov. 7th
Sounding Board for Public
Whot’s Your Opinion?
Speed ond Alcohol Kill
Techniculities cmd Justice
Vacation Danger Lurks
PubIic’s Vital Stake
Report Merits Close Look
Reclamation Pays Way
Stretching Your Milecsge
Adventures in Reading
B.M. Jolley, Orem Leudeii
Growth of Manufacturing
Progress in Cancer Fight
Congressional Puy Issue
County Fair in Retrospect
The Speed Limit Debate
Flood Prevention Steps Vital
Diligent Public Official
Pageant Earns Salute, Again
Know the Candidates
Heed the Flushing Lights
The RARE II Proposols
Festival in Retrospect
Growing Cultural Tradition
Nails-on-Road Incidents
Respect Property Rights
Sounding Board for Public
Don’t Store Gasoline
Winter Peril on Byrocids
The RARE Il Proposals
Air Crush Sudclens Valley
Low on Doorstep Litter
Population Guessing Game
Salute to UTC Graduates
High Cost of Accidents
Utah-Nevada Fallout Study
Zephyr Ruling Anticipated
New Concern Over CUP
Inauguration Ceremonies
Uintu Forest’s Pilot Proiect
‘On Threshold of Rec1Iity’
On Presidential Dignity
Utcah’s Attrcsctiveness
Don’? Leave Youngsters
Renders Have Their Say
Filing Time in Provo
Favorable Job Picture
Message for Motorists
Good Economic News
A Mun on the Moon
Differences on County Board
Utah Valley and Tourism
EPA Should Give Go-Ahead fo Geneva Clean Air Plcm
Sud Story of Nution&1TI%I:5
Flooding on Ogden Bench
State of Utah Ranks High
Discipline in the Schools
A Legend in His Time
Slushing Regulatory Costs
Election in Retrospect
Christmas: Day of Days…
Hutch Makes Some Points
On Breaking Tragic News
Threut of Growing Power To Strike Aquinst Public
Hitch-Hiking Hazardous
On Freedom From Crime
Utah as a Minerals State
Public Accessibility Vital
PubIic’s Right to Know
Key Mass Transit Vote
Bouquets to 2 PR Chiefs
On Cutting School Costs
A CUP Challenge – Again
Good Manners in Traffic
Setbock for Nebo Loop
Relatively High Income Tux
Safety cmd Your Children
A Snappy Salute to Scouters
Play It Safe in Canyons
Canal Vote in Retrospect
City Employee Residence
Proposed Pork cat Nunn’s
Citizen Responsibility In Provo-Orem Election
Getting Election-Oriented
To Becsutify cs City…
A Salute to Agriculture
Election in Retrospect
Distinguished Utah Jurist
Victory for Labor Bill Foes
Blessings of Home, Family
‘ExempIury Public Service’
Your Chance for Input
State Lecturing Policy
Deuth of Hubert Humphrey
Support for Zoo Proposal
Recognition for Sen. Gurn
Lively Provo Museum
Utah Pioneer Duy 1978
Good Utah Economic Signs
‘The Quality of SurvivuI’
There’II Be u Big Time
Nebc Loop Scenic Drive
Honoring Our Centenuriuns
Death, Injury, Dollar Loss
Proposed Pork ot Nunn’s
Traffic Toll Up Again
The Utah 55-Mph Law
Tonic for Voter Apathy
‘With Pomp and Purude’
Sidewalks on Second West
On Breaking Tragic News
WiIkinson’s Stewardship
On Cutting Travel Costs
Upward Trend in Suluries
Dr. Clark: A Job Well Done
Safety Huzctrd in Auto
Economic Realities Vital
Provo Library Bond Vote
For Devoted Public Service
Geneva Solutions Needed
‘Whut ls Mine Is Yours’
Why Aputhy ut the Polls?
Safety Hazards Heightened
Utah County Fair: An Event To Stir Pride, Appreciation
Provo City Administration
Provo City Administration
A ‘PubIic Health Miracle’
The Lights of Christmas
They Served Long, Well
Hazard an the Highway
Presidential Visit to Utah
Provo’s School Bond Vote
Fair Pluy on ERA Extension
Reflections on Freedom Fete
Rumpton Era Closes
Utah Valley and Steel Imports
The Wasatch County Fair
Crucial Bonneville Unit Test
Costly, Unnecessary Delays
Another UVIDA Milestone
Hold Line on Tux Levies
Optimistic Job Picture
Utuh’s Property Tux Bill
The ‘WiIdcut’ Phone Strike
Not in Public Interest
Review of Postal Salaries
Smcill Cities Set Example
Honor Due First Principal
Distinguished Cureerus Judge
Good Season ot Timp Cove
Risks of ‘Good Samaritan’
Keep Our Streets Safe
On Safety With Cunines
Osmonds’ Faith in Utah Valley
Congress Pension Boost?
Don’t Let It Huppen Here
Vandalism: It Costs You!
Flying Flug at Half-Stuff
Some Vital Utah Statistics
Extra Session Encouraged
Save County Cherry Crop
Election Day Registration
Gercrld R. Ford’s Presidency
Inflation Marches On
Our Soaring National Debt
That Old Issue ls Buck
Pcmumu Issue Heats Up
Anti-Shcplifting Drive
A Scout Anniversary Salute
Our Peaceful Change-Over
It’s Veterans Dcsy, Buf…
Safety on the Freewuys
Slow Down, Mr. Motorist
Dangers in Winfer Driving
Adventure Close to Home
Bond Election in Poyson
Spring Beuutificution, Indeed
The Soldier Summit Flap
Orem’s Forward March
Our Tourist Attractions
Your Stoke in Provo C. of C.
It’s Senior Citizens Month
Detoured by Inflation
School Boord Nominations
Utuh County Job Outlook
Canyon Highway Hearings
Memorial Doy Postscript
Attend Legislator Meetings
Spirit of cc; Faith in Provo
Value Car? Remove Keys
Keep Business Healthy
Notable Career Closes
Saving Water Is Our Task
WAC Should Reconsider
Jobs ut un AII-Time High
Healthy Utah Job Picture
A Duty cmd ci Privilege
Forensics Co-Champions
A Valley lndustry Expands
WiIson’s Success Story
Tribute to George S. Bullif
Muke County Fair cs Must
She Gave . . . und Served
Safety With Churcoul
Midsummer Litter Check
United Wcny’s Final Push
Halloween: Fun and Safe
Monday ls Filing Deadline
Provo Filing Deadline Neur
Income Tox Compc1risons
‘HeIp Wanted’ in Juab
‘Pr0cIuim Liberty . . .’
Family: Still the Cornerstone
State Hospital Investigation
Apathy c1tSpecicat Elections
Probation Raises Questions
The Provo Conyon Highway
Public Attitude vs. Action
Double Reason to Stop
Our Reduced Truffic Toll
Request for Bonneville Unit Fund Reduction Ill-Advised
That Flood of New Lows . . .
Rumpton Era Close.
Labor Day, American Style
It’s Pioneer Duy in Utah
lt’s Election Yeur . . .
Pride in Good Service
Notable Career Closes
Blessings of Home, Family
You Ccm Help Counter Crime
Good Old Dcud-It’s His Doy
Sfute Hbspifdl Infrestigutidn
Rising Pcay of Public Officials
Incorporated Cities, Towns
Lincoln: A Great President
Utah Highway Vandalism
Safeguard Your Home
Slow Down on the Treaty
The Steel Imports Hearing
Memorial Day Reflections
Incorporoted Cities, Towns
The 55-Mph Speed Limit
Carter Decision Awuited
Mass Transit Vote Nov. 8
Interstate Roads in Utah – Timetable for Completion
Good Marks for Legislature
Growth Ahead for Utah
Water Danger Lurks
Incorporated Cities, Towns
Deep-Secs Search for Fuel
Forward Step for Orem
Especially in America”.
UNH VcIIey’s Vital Stake
Rising Pay of Public Officicals
Blue Ribbon Invitation
Juub Does It Again!
Respect for School Teachers
New Public Safety Building
Deserved Recognition
Family Farm Still Stable
Provo Freedom Festival
Story Ends Happily . . .
For Prevention of Fires
You Ccm Help Save Sight
It’s Upto Senate Now
Case for ‘Gcod Munn:-ars’
EEE Povlite Teamwork
Optimism for 1976
Provo Commemorotion
Neighborhood Meetings
Filing Deadline May I0
Airing of Puy Issue Urged
Utah Begins 81st Year
Cruckdown on Burglurs
When Preparation Pays
Write Your Congressman
The ‘Big Show’ Returns
2 Challenges to Voters
42% Vote in Primary
Keep Our Defense Strong
Kissinger’s Role in History
Vcters’ Responsibility
Broad Public Service
Study Optional Plan
‘Mike Jenso Day’ in Provo
Crime: Ever-Urgent Problem
Steel Industry Milestone
Four Seasons Hearings
Rurul House Numbering
Respected Physician-Citizen
$60 Billion Owed U.S.”
For Scsfe Winter Driving
State Control IIs Best
Asphalt Road Recycling
Time of Decision
Evaluating New Crime Report
Voters: It’s Up to You Now
‘Mike Jense Day’ in Provo
Property Valuation Hikes
Updating Obsolete Sections
20-Year Anniversary
Population Upsurge Ahead
Time to ‘Crum’ for Vote
Nebo School Bond Vote
Central Utahns Qualified For Supreme Court Post
Significant Honor for Huish
Fiscal Responsibility
Leaving Tots Unattended Called Dangerous Practice
Folks Behind the Festival
Canyon Road Lighting
Strength From Within
Nuticnul Family Life Week
Clyde: Muster Builder
In Case of Fire
City-Citizen Partnership
Reminder on the Speed Limit
Orem’s Continuing Expansion
Opening of School Calls For Extra Driving Care
Deurth of Bicycle Racks?
Key Pre-Election Dates
Blue-Ribbon Neighbors
‘Vusco M. Tanner Day’
Voters’ Responsibility
Study Optional Plan
Mt. Rushmore ‘Duys of Honor’
‘Key’ to Curbing Cor Theft
Vandalism Crackdown
A Week With u Message
An Alarming Situation
Waste of Tax Dollars
Higher Education Leader
‘Y’ Loses cz Friend, Leader
Protests on NEAtPoIicy
Vital Primary Election
Thcmksgix/ing Day, 1976
For Better Heurt Health
Crum for Nov. 2 ‘Exum’
Power Line Proposal
Soaring Assessed Values Accent Levy Cut Need
Utah Anti-Shoplift Law
The Case of Rep. Howe
Get Ready to Fly Flag
4-City Sewage Disposal Plan
Special Voter Responsibility: Choice of Government Plans
School Leewuy Election
Economic Stability: A Major Issue in Tuesclayls Election
The General Education Issue
Former Prcvoun Elevated
Ldbbf Ddy, CI Beginning
Budget Ceiling Seen Unwise
Recull Law Isn’t Needed
American Flag: What Does Ii Mean to You?
When Help Is Needed
Let’s Have Roll Call Vote
Protect Your Home
Local Citizens Involved
We Find Some Heroes . . .4
‘The First Hundred Yeurs’
Teacher COI’Ih’CCI’ Td”(S
‘Write Your Congressmen’
Church Loses 2 Leaders
Guard Against Forest Fire
Home-and-Family Month
Spirit of Helpfulness
Eimmeful Parks Conduct
Umh’s Antiquities Act
Auto Repair Complaints
Valley Hospital Expansion
Kuipurowitz Hearings
Filing Deadline Coming
Significant ‘Y’ Milestone
The B-I-E Day Tradition
Be Extra Careful Now
Caution on Job Juunt
Don’t Misgni-Ieuring
Make It a Safe Harvest
Make It a Safe Hunt
Protect Your Eyesight
Central Utah Treat
Another Uvidu Milestone
Good News For Gardeners
Thefts Plague Contractors
Orem Sets Business Pace
Utah and Traffic Safety
Vote in Provo Primary
Help Make the Decision
‘More Blessed to Give…’
Water Tragedy Lurks
New Downtown Look
Provo on Upward Swing
Evaluate Property Tax
Responsibility With Guns
How Concerned Are You?
Vigilance Against Rapists
10th President of LDS Church
Another Fine July 4 Festival
Notable Medical Career
Focus on City Elections
For Prevention of Crime
76% Turnout of Voters
A Pitifully Light vote
Election in Retrospect
Congressional Pay Raise
Police-Citizen Teamwork
Adjust Driving for Winter
Utah Pioneer Day, 1975
Stop Crime Before It Starts
Mom Has Her Place
Declaration and Resolve
Help Ettie Lee Save Boys
Revival of County Fair
Spotlight on Provoans
To Emergency Vehicles
It’s the 11th Hour Now
People Really Care
Your Views Are Desired