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KIWANIS CLUB OF S.L. ELECTS CITY ATTORNEY AS ITS PRESIDENT

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Salt Lake City Attorney Roger F. Cutler has been elected president of the Kiwanis Club of Salt Lake City. He succeeds Bob Barber, vice president of Interwest.

A graduate of the University of Utah's College of Law, Cutler has served as city attorney since his appointment in 1974.The club's 150 local members also elected as first vice president Glade K. Jensen, manager of Wardley Corp.'s Salt Lake City office; second vice president Don Busath, owner of Busath Photography; and secretary-treasurer.

Six members were elected to two-year terms: Dave Brown, vice president of Key Bank's Salt Lake Loan Center; Don Gale, vice president of news and public affairs for Bonneville International Corp.; Carol Dunlap, manager of public relations for US WEST Communications; Doug Headden, Salt Lake regional manager of retail operations for Mountain Fuel Supply; Bill Lane, commanding officer of the Salvation Army; and Roger Tidwell, trust officer for First Interstate Bank.

Dunlap is the first woman ever to serve as a board member, a spokesman said.