The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on July 15, 1975 · 10
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · 10

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T iTri fi iFi-itJ-i ta mrr in" 'nahrgur fitinii iyiirrHiir'mii'mimi-piniiiWiiWjtlwiw il jnrn i" SOA Standard-Examiner Tuesday July 15 1975 'YOU JUST WONDER1 Case of Missing Mother Baffles Officers in Davis EAST LAYTON — Ten days ago Monday a 23-year-old Layton mother mysteriously disappeared while working at a self-service gas station here Today law enforcement officials say they still have no clues as to the whereabouts of Nancy Perry Baird the divorced mother of a 4-year-old son From the outset East Layton police and Davis County sheriff’s deputies have investigated the possibility the disappearance was an abduction since the missing woman left behind her purse Council Plans To Talk Hike Own Salaries containing $167 and medication and her car Some $10 worth of gasoline from the station pumps had not been paid for However the case is still listed as a missing person East Layton Police Chief Ray Adams said “I have mixed emotions I felt all along she would come back but it’s getting to the stage where you just wonder what’s happened” Chief Adams said Monday NOT TOUCHED He said he went with Mrs Baird’s father to her apartment Sunday to remove any valuables and the rooms had not been touched Mrs Baird’s son is staying with relatives The woman had been working at the Fina Station at 1378 N Highway 89 on the Fourth of July She had talked with East Layton officer Dave Anderson at 5:10 pm when he checked the station and left About 5:30 pm store manager Bonnie Peck stopped by the station and found waiting and Mrs CLEARFIELD — A public hearing is planned here next Tuesday to discuss raising salaries of the City Council and mayor City Manager Gayle Starks 'customers said just how much the council! Baird gone There was no sign proposes raising the parttime I a struggle or robber' salaries won’t be known until officials thought three men two friends and the woman’s ex-husband who could not be found during the July 4th weekend could lead to in- after a private meeting tonight The council members currently make $35 per month and the mayor $60 for their parttime duties The public hearing will be at 7 pm in the City Hall 140 E Center NO DECISIONS formation on her whereabouts The former husband had been working in Idaho another man had left for Phoenix Ariz the Wednesday before the incident and the third man was repor- CAPTURING THE CROWN of Miss Rodeo Davis County during the weekend was Nadine Barker (left) 18-year-old daughter of Mrs Myrtle Giles of 1300 N 2371 W Clinton First attendant is Susan Kasting (center) 20 daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Kasting of Roy and 2nd attendant is Krissy Allred of Bountiful Roy Rogers Keeping Busy Plans Yet Another Movie NAMPA Idaho (UPI) —'keep him busy Cowboy star Roy Rogers said!y0ung at age 62 Monday in Nampa only illness1 can bring about retirement for him “The only reason I would retire is sickness” he said “It’s like the old saying about dying with your boots on — that’s the way I want it” Rogers made the comment at a news conference called prior to his three-day appearance at the 60th annual Snake River Stampede which starts Tues- and ontroversial Beltway 'Unlawful' SALT LAKE CITY opponents of the Interstate 215 beltway in southeastern Salt Lake County say a draft environmental statement shows the freeway “is unneeded unwanted and unlawful as presently planned” Hal Er-'pey chairman of Cottonwood Inc a 1000-member citizens group in the Hoiladay-Cottownood area issued a 32-page statement Monday opposing the project The State Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing Saturday on the beltway which has been strenuously opposed since its conception 20 years ago as part of a Interstate system circling Salt Lake Valley A federal court ordered a draft environmental statement on the southeast quadrant prepared two years ago REJECT PROJECT Empey said the statement prepared for the state by a Seattle consulting firm reveals several persuasive grounds for rejecting the project “First the beltway is unneed-ed since as shown by the impact statement it w-ould not appreciably alleviate the major source of traffic congestion in the southeast area: traffic on the north-south arterials between work and home” Instead it is primarily designed to serve east-west traffic Empey said “Do we need to spend between $35-and $40-million to take non-essential non-peak feeling I hour traffic from one shopping center to another?” he asked (UPI) — Empey said proposed also indicates impossible to noise pollution the it will be meet federal standards on several sections of the proposed highway and there is doubt federal air pollution standards can be met COME AND GONE “The beltway is an whose time has come — gone” Empey said Rep Georgia Peterson statement newsmen she strongly objected to the Transportation Department’s attempts to divide and conquer opponents of the project She said the agency claimed two southern alternatives were under study in an effort to get residents of Sandy and other “threatened routes” to back the Cottonwood-Holladay routing “It is a political maneuver by the Highway Department to Salt Lake who represents the gain support from the threat-Cottonwood-Holladay area toldjened areas” Mrs Peterson said “There was no study of two southern alternatives — they each get one paragraph in the impact statement — and the state already owns land along the Cottonwood-Holladay route” The legislator also complained that the department told lawmakers at their recent summer special session that it was desperate for funds but now wanted to spend millions on an unneeded roadway GAGGED WITH CLOTH U Prof 74 Still Running Strong— 'In Great Shape' SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-Dr Henry Eyring 74-year-old distinguished professor of chemistry at the University of Utah says the women in his life are urging him to drop his annual jnounced Monday it is investi-foot races Eyring for 16 years ran the 50-yard dash with his graduate students He usually came in last but says “It was such great fun” His wife Winifred and secretary Mary Lou Harris are urging he drop the races “I’ll run a race when no one’s looking Their opposition isn’t all that strong It’s only a 50-yard dash Surely that wouldn’t hurt a man of 74 Besides I was told only Thursday by a physician that I am in great shape” said Eyring who j walks 3-7 miles a day Woman Receives Burn in Robbery gating a near week-old robbery here in which a woman received apparent chemical burns to her face Lt Dean Egbert said the home of David Bouchard 1172 E South Weber Drive was entered by a robber about 5:15 am last Wednesday SLEEPING ALONE Mrs Berda Bouchard 63 was sleeping alone in the basement when she was awakened by the robber Lt Egbert said She told officials a man placed a cloth over her mouth and she passed out She was taken to McKav Hos pital in Ogden and treated for facial burns apparently caused by a chemical on the cloth and released two days later Lt Egbert said The type of chemical is still undetermined A stereo frozen meat and jewelry box were reported stolen GET REPORT Lt Egbert said Monday “The officer failed to get the report in so it could be typed” and it wasn’t until Friday when a relative of the Bouchards called the department that the sheriff’s detective division learned the incident was more than a simple burglary The incident was not reported to the press until late Monday Mr Starks said the council i tedlv in Pocatello according to daY- Appearing with him is his! plans to make no decisions to-! Sheriff’s Lt Dean Egbert wife Dale Evans their son! night but to draft a proposal! Dusty 28 and the Sons of the' for final approval following the MAN DENTFED Pioneers j public hearing next week Lt Egbert said today the man Rogers said his museum and The council also plans to dis- in Pocatello had been identified j horse ranch in California as' cuss legal services at tonight’s by a 9-year-old girl as having well as his many business meeting which it has had under! been n be station that day consideration for the past sev-jabough he had alibis in Idaho eral weeks Mr Starks said ton his whereabouts July 4 Lt The time of the closed meet-1 Egbert said the alibis are being ing was not disclosed Crater Lake Park Visitors Told To Call Health Office ventures and six state fair and rodeo performances each year are keeping him busy He also! is still recording western songs j ! checked thoroughly and shortly will start a new The officials also reported movie ithat the Fina Station was run This he said is enough to !by Triangle Oil Co a firm inj — i which Dean Kent the father ofj j 17-year-old Debbie Kent who DriVOr Critical 'disappeared last November inAp r n I! Bountiful was an officer Miss ! At TST LOT KOiIS jKent is still missing and feared! kidnaped - j SNOWVILLE— A Logan youth Lt Egbert said officials feel I remained in “critical” condition in a Salt Lake City hos- SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) — 1 State health officials sayi Utahns who visited Crater Lake! that it is a “coincidence” and National Park in the past 'there is nothing to indicate the month should contact local disappearances are related health authorities immediately j Chief Adams a parttime Officials closed the Oregon! officer who also works at Hill park Friday after they discov- Air Force Base took a week’s ered raw sewage had con- vacation to work with fulltime taminated drinking water and officer Anderson in in-caused hundreds of cases of vestigating the case The city’s stomach disorders A spokesman for the Utah Bureau of Disease Prevention said park visitors should get innoculaticns to prevent hepatitis even if they did not become ill following their visit The National Center for Disease Control said the risk of exposure to hepatitis is great enough that all visitors to the park since mid-June should get the shots two reserve officers Jerry Burton and Thomas Jackson also took days off work to help- Lt Egbert said three sheriff’s detectives Floyd Dansie J R Hunt and Phil Leonard have been assigned fulltime to the case while he and several other deputies have devoted what time they have to the case The FBI is also informally investigating although not officially m a Salt Lake pital today with head injuries! received in a one-car rollover north of here early Sunday morning The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office said Paul J Wheeler 17 was northbound on the road to Stone Idaho when his car missed a curve and rolled A passenger V a r d Neal Stone Idaho was not injured 'US Family Week' WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep Gunn McKay D-Utah has introduced a congressional resolution that would designate the fourth wreek in November as “National Family W’eek” Trial Set in Revenge' Killing PRICE Utah (UPI) -Seventh District Judge Edward Sheya refused Monday to move the trial of three men charged with an execution-style slaying out of Carbon County The judge also rejected motions for separate trials for Irvin P Dunsdcn 32 Bingham Canyon Utah Craig Marvel 27 Laguna Beach Calif and Gypsy Cordianna 22 Water-bury Conn He ordered the trio to go on trial at 10 am Sept 2 in the Carbon County courthouse on first degree murder charges in the April 9 slaying of Michael T Hogan 26 Price Dunsdon has pleaded innocent to the charge while Marvel and i Cordianna have entered pleas of innocent by reason of insanity Marvel and Cordianna were driven by Carbon County deputies to Salt Lake City Saturday for examination by two psychiatirsts Dr William Barrett and Dr Jack Tedroe Their report on the ability of the two defendants to stand trial had not been received by the judge prior to Monday’s hearing Sheya said if the psychiatrists find the men are legally sane and able to assist in their defense all three defendants will go on trial on Sept 2 If the doctors decide either man is insane he will not be tried The three men are charged with dragging Hogan from his home shooting him more than a dozen times beating and strangling him and then dumping his body in Price Canyon Authorities believe the slaying was in retaliation for testimony Hogan gave last year in the drug trial of a Salt Lake City motorcycle gang leader who allegedly put out “a contract” on the Price man’s life I SPECIAL W Kmvm test Mixtln 4 mtiif fi rtesxti 1m tvwn Wt Hater iUty fl mwhi-tovl yrillt FREE $25 Value ROTISSERIE with your purchase of any gas grill el patio BRAVO PORTABLE rtv gri1! for vreg fomrfy 239 m IP get t!l contod tn$!oHoon FIESTA GRILL Large deep four cooking level grill — 343 squore inch cooking orea BRAVO 2 A huge double grill for those for whom only the best will do 538 sq inches V h Esther Ruebelmann Chief PBX Operator Salt Lake City Betty M Champion Steno-Clerk Ogden S3— — Tom Campbell Materia! 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