Jack Sly death
Hunter Wounded In Hand 8 Frank Rohbock, 45,1042 South State, Orem, was reported in satisfactory condition today after after being accidently s"h o t through the hand with a .308 caliber rifle while hunting with friends Sunday in the Lake Fork area of Spanish Fork Canyon. He was brought down the canyon canyon in a truck and admitted to the Utah Valley Hospital. Sheriff Ralph Chappie was informed informed by one of Mr/Rohbock's companions, Arvid Rudd. Rt. 1, Price, that Mr. Rohbock was standing behind a pine tree, his yellow hat in his hand. He was wearing tan pants. "Frank yelled that he had scared some deer out just below below him, and Mrs. Helen Rudd, mistaking him for a deer, shot and hit him in the hand," Mr. Rudd told the sheriff. Three other hunters lost their lives Saturday, two victims of stray bullets and one a heart attack. Etsel Jack Sly, 45, Lehi, was killed by a stray bullet while hunting about 15 miles northeast northeast of Beaver. The other gunshot gunshot victim was Thomas Francis Francis Dowd, 46, St. Helens, Ore. He died in a hunting camp about 20 miles northeast of Moab. Moab. The earlier heart attack victim victim was Ross H. Wright, Salt Lake City, who died while hunting hunting near Strawberry Reservoir.