The Herald-Journal from Logan, Utah on August 4, 1977 · 3
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Lam Utah Thursday August 4 1177 The Herald Journal-3 Utah-ldaho news roundup SLC woman sues man for $758500 &LTLAKE CITY (UPI) - Karen Sue Roberaon has filed a $758500 Third Dttrict Court suit against a man aha claims attempted to rape her but then wounded her and killed the man who stopped the attack Ms Roberaon 24 Salt Lake City named Douglas A Yoakam 21 as defendant in the suit She alleges Yoakam "willfully maliciously and wnugfouy icaOyreatraltandoSMandbBttaodrhCT without provocation Yoakam was arrested hours after the attack May 10 in MBlcreelMawmst of here He has teen Lewiston officials Elderly tenants evicted table water request jggEsmtgssssasm x demonstrators early today to evict aged tenants from whoa leaders warned there could be serious lnjurie the condemned International HoteL A reporter said he saw one of the protesters clubbt charged with firstdegree murder in the death of Justin E Taufer 87 Salt Lake with Roterpon She was shot four times but has since hem released from a local hospital Yoakam’s preliminary hearing on tte murder and attempted murder charges has been continued while he undergoes a 90-day psychiatric evaluation at the Utah State HospitaL The Police report says Taufer was traveling in the canyon when he saw a man attacking a woman He attempted to stop the man but the assailant pulled out a handgun and shot both TBnfor and Mrs Roberson Taufer died at the seem Ms Roberson’s suit asks for $250000 from Yoakam in general damages (500000 in exemplary damages and $800 in special damages Suspects in shooting held LEWISTON - Vera P Kendell manager of Bear River Farm Service in Lewiston met with the Lewiston City Council Wednesday night to request a city water connection at Ms punt at the intersection of UA Highway B1 and Center Street The company i well but the i present time Because of legal complications and the fact that the business Is located outside the city limits the council tabled any action Kendell and Mayor HB Harrison agreed to look into several alternatives on the matter Jim Fenton vice president of Zions First National Bank of Salt Lake City spent a great deal of time explaining ms role as fiscal agent for the proposed water improvement program in Lewiston Fenton is replacing Vem Preece formerly of Lewiston who resigned hla post at Zions First National Bank The council delayed action on how responsibility Fenton would o until the city attorney and r have been consulted The cost of Ms services amount to approximately $7000 Fenton announced that Richard S Fox would be the tend attorney for Lewiston City Councilman Dee VanOrden announced that the water supply was holding up well and that afternoon rain showers were helping considerably Arien Buttars of Lewiston tes been hired as cemetery custodian it was announced After a lengthy discussion the council agreed to allow building SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -1 ' ' ies broke throug i early today to evict aged tenants from the condemned International Hotel About 300 police and 60 deputies armed with faUIy-clubs took more than 24 hours to clear the hotel of its estimated 55 tenants many of them elderly Orientals Just three days before a court-ordered eviction deadline There were no immediate estimates of injuries in the 3am melee but several protesters were dubbed luSft araysaoUB usnu sa a e approved A discussion it was decided that no more applications will be accepted until after Jan 1 The council also directed newly appointed Councilman Gary Wheeler ' who is responsible for planning and zoning to encourage the Lewiston Planning and Zoning Board to become more actively involved in etty planning and come up with some firm recommendations by Jan l New storm windows for the library have been ordered and will be installed within the next 30 days A new ball diamond near the tennis courts will be finished within the near future according to Councilman Dennis Jackson The other diamonds in the area are used to capacity and the need for the new area is great Jackson said on the head and shoulders and pushed roughly aside as officers tried to get inside the ancient hotel on the edge of Chinatown The officers charged the demonstrators — locked arm-in-arm and four deep — at least four times without success Then eleven mounted police-coaxed their horses into the demonstrators but the line still held Finally the demonstrators yielded and moved down i’ support group whose leaders warned there could be serious injuries A reporter said he uw one of the protesters clubbed 22 times Among the first tenants led away in the shadow of the city’s moat modem skyscrapers was Felix Ayson 71 "We were forced out of our homes" Ayson said "Why? Because it Is the law “Poor working people — we lost everything The greatest government in the world has neglected to build housing for poor people” Police Chief Charles Gain refused comment on whether anyone was seriously injured in the assault But a medic of the militant International Hotel Tenants' Association reported two concussions and a broken wrist The 70-yearold three-story building is due for demolition Zoning steps stressed OGDEN Utah (UPI) — Two suspects have been arrested near Wells Nev in connection the fetal shooting of a 67-year-old Ogden Utah man The body of Carl Macintosh was found in a field near Ms home Wednesday afternoon Ogden police said Macintosh had been shot in tte left temple and Ms bochr covered with scrap lumber was found in a gully u appeared he had been dead t to Wells They s wifi Officials the slaying to for tte two men any further details of PRESTON -ten of tim Preston City Planning and Zoning Commission met Wednesday with Reed McEntire of Preston who presented a plat for 10 homes to be built on 8th West The commission and tte city attorney had had no prior notice of McEntire’s intentions and therefore considerable time was spent explaining the procedures necessary before a plat can lie presented for approval either to tte commission or tte city coundL McEntire agreed to have the necessary drawings made up and agreed to walk tte plans for the three homes through the office of foe various agencies so that Callan Fredrickson will be issued a permit for his new home immediately McEntire agreed to then have the entire plat drawn up and go through tte procedures in getting it approved Police numbers decrease JEROME Idaho (UPI) — Although the number of cars on tte road in Idaho has Increaaed tte number of state policemen tes decreased in the last five spote to tte Magic n Ttesday night in Water policy opposed WA2 1TON (UPI) That was tte word from Law Enforcement Commissioner Kelly Pearce when he Valley PsaceOfflcers Pearce said vehicle registration tea increaaed in Idaho by more than lOOOO since 1972 But there are fewer state police ban now on the read to cope with tte additional traffic be said Pearce reported that there are 177 stats police officers now on tte force as compared to 182 in 1972 He called for dedication noprofu law enforcement resnonsiMlitiae —A coalition of senators from 15 Western states said today they would seek a meeting with President Carter to voice concerns about the administration's imposed national water policy The Western lawmakers also said they hoped to obtain a 90- Iday extension in the (period of time for public comment on the proposal Sen Malcom Wallop R-Wyo one of the lawmakers making tte request said opposition to foe administration’s “is not a par- "This is potentially the most critical ianM facing the “We the our alarm and indicate a specific desire that tte western senators must be consulted on this" The Wyoming lawmaker said foe group is attempting to arrange tte meeting with & President before Congress begins a recess Monday 1 - ' t Unit on aging favored WASHINGTON (UPI) - A world assembly on aging wss proposed In legislation Introduced in the UA Senate Weteeaday Sen Frank Church DJdaho called on tte UJS delegation to the United Nations to work with otter nations to support such a conference in 180 Qurch said foe world population of persons over 60 Is expected to reach 585 muted an increase of 180 per cent by the year'2000 "I have suggested that 1882 be designated for the World Assembly on Aging because only one UN function can be conductedin any one year Similar conferences will be held on children In 1979 women In I960 and the disabled in 1991' “ ‘ First Host A First UarHs AT THE SOUTH END OF SMITHFIELD PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY Blade Cut POT ROAST lb Cwntwr Cut 7-Bonw POT ROAST LO lean Fresh GR BEEF Thick Sliced BACON AIRBIgDog FRANKS THIS WEEK'S IN-STORE BAKERY SPECIALS Chocolate Chip DATE SQUARES 6f89c (XH Croam O' Wobor POPCICLES 18pak 69 SPECIALS FOR THURS FBI SAT - AUG 4 5 6 Wo Footer TOP Quality Moats "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALWAYS IroBmSITTaoAjRr i 7 pm daily KAISER ROLLS CUPCAKES Assorted COOKIES 6 fsr 59 tv II Health council considered Rxcopt Friday - Friday i: 30 am to 9 pm CLOSED SUNDAYS! (UPI) - Tte coot and foaMMUty of Implementing hcaWi ease goals by the ii Coordinating rc"—n laat moofo will be the focus of its quarterly meeting in Coear D’Alene Saturday More foan 200 prdfaninary goals were idanlfled by foe council at a recent workshop in Bun Valley Thoae priorities will be disc— ad at foe coming meeting when tte Tiiehe pifgffi Amodstton le achnhuod to praent Us jee—M"11— on state health goals Formulas for determining bed needi of long term care petienta aleo will be mewed Long term care requirement! will bo dealt with by foe couadl’i plan renew on Friday SLAP DACOtl tUdnrac SinUMM TIP ROAST fcau 129 BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED DELICIOUS I ® to the public will be Nocto Shore Lodge In Coeur D’Alene Deputy cleared in case SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - A deputy sheriff whose wife was involved in a traffic aedaem while driving her husband's unmarked eqnad car tea been cleared of any wrongdoing - But foe county is sUR out $900 for repaira because the youth who ran a stop rign and Hushed Into the sheriff's car want insured Sheriff Defanar Lvson Wednesday aaid Lt Don Strong had dona nothing wten ha lot Ha wife Joyce drive tte sheriffs vehicle Larson aaid an Internal investigation determined that tte deputy ted asked Ms wue to drive his car while he drove Ms daughter’s vehicle which had a faulty motor home for repairs Mrs strong was following tim ailing veMda wten another motorist ran a stop sign and plowed into tte aide of tte county car tte sheriff add Larson added tte tte Utah Highway Patrol had dted foe youthful driver of tte other car for naming a atop sign having Improper insurance and for not carrying insurance Project decisions urged SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - The vice president of Arizona Public Service and Reaources Co says involved with foe defunct will have to decide by 1990 what todowtth water and coal leases they holdm southern Utah Russell Hulse told tte Energy Conservation and (MS WALT DISNEY CAITOONCIIAXACTKi FOR ANV OCCASION DDOQUOGCX 40 ox JI Without coupon 133 Good only at Jack t Leigh's Expires 8-6-77 No Cl 4424 One par coupon Purina DG GC©UJ 501b Q® Without coupon 1099 Good only at Jock 8 Leigh's Expires 8-6-77 One par coupon ccravnv raadci pqoducq POTATOES now white 10 F9‘ CELERY u 29 t19e coal leases are good until 1995 “SIR money without getting n return1 i aperiding large amounts of a return1 Hubs said Shop At Valley Discount and Save! 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