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Posted 27 Apr 2002   For week ended February 15, 2002
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LDS Church Leaders Too Busy to Testify in Tribune Lawsuit
Attorneys for LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley, Presidents Thomas S. Monson and James E. Faust and First Presidency Secretary F. Michael Watson have filed objections to subpoenas from the Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Co. requesting documents and their testimony in the lawsuit over the sale of the Tribune to Denver-based MediaNews Group, Inc. The attorneys say that since the LDS Church's First Presidency isn't a party to the lawsuit, church leaders are too busy to provide testimony and the requests for documents place an "undue economic burden" on the church.

Two Salt Lake Chocolatiers Have Common History
Two different branches of the Cummings family now own two different 'Cummings' Chocolate shops after a feud in the 1960s split the family. The shops are the heritage of V. Clyde Cummings, who took a cooking class to be in the same room with a girl he liked.


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