The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on September 15, 1971 · Page 29
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OFFICER'S WIFE LOCATES TOT INSIDE REFRIGERATOR : MURRAY, Utah (AP) — When Benny came bouncing home alone Tuesday, Mrs. LaMont Perry started worrying about her 2-year-old son, Iravis. Benny is Travis' dog. ,,,-'/-, -a' So neighbors began a search, and Mrs. O. K. Knuteson, wife of a-policeman, found Travis in an : abandoned refrigerator. .-.«,. 0 , When she reached in to get him, "he was red " -as a beet, very quiet and grabbed hold of me and would not let go," Mrs. Knuteson said. "He was also very wet with perspiration, bo - w'et he dampened a heavy sweatshirt I had on. When his mother arrived, the boy kept saying, "I'm all right mommy, I'm all right, ™mmy. 1 The family doctor said the.toddler had been in the refrigerator about 20 minutes, and he probably would have been unconscious in another The doctor wrote a prescription for a sedative :: —for the boy's mother. Enforcement Officers Request Two Copters SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -[Agency might contribute U.S. Judge Jails Federal Agent; Sentence Stayed SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — U.S. District Court Judge Willis • Hitter sentenced a federal narcotics agent to 90 days in jail for contempt of court Tuesday. But a federal appeals- court later stayed-the sentence. Ritter sentenced Charles H. Bullock, a special agent for- the Federal Bureau of 'Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, after a man placed on probation on a drug charge contended Bullock intimidated him. The judge also fined Bullock $250. • Ritter said Bullock' was interfering with the probation of the man, but the agent told the judge he was. only trying to keep the man in line. Later Tuesday, Chief Judge David T. Lewis' of the 10th Circuit -Court of Appeals ordered a stay of execution of the 90- day sentence pending further order of the circuit court. Lewis also ordered the release of Bullcck on a $100 personal recognizance bond. D—Section OGDEN.TJTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 15, 1971 as — and Co law ™ch as $105,000 to the prc- gram enforcement officers may be ^ swooping down from the skies j^e in-the future, if a request forj -•-- projects submitted to Law Enforcement Plan- Youth, 16, Faces Homicide Charge FARMINGTON (AP)—A 16- federal funds receives approval from-a state agency. The two departments have asked for $450,000 in federal money for two helicopters, as part of their Region 12 Law Enforcement Planning funds for 1972. If-approved by the State Law Enforcement Planning Agency, the-helicopter service would be a complete about face from thinking in the city police department and the sheriffs office. " PRESENT TOO COSTLY The idea was considered too expensive at the Region 12 planning session held in Salt Lake two weeks ago. But opposition to the idea was overcome Tuesday when City Police Chief Calvin C. Whitehead said that the Model Cities brought the They included _. - .. service; $344,000 to continue the Salt Lake City Police tactical squad of 24 men; $300,000 for a county narcotics squad, and $80,000 for a study of police service in the city-county area. OTHER REQUESTS The program also asked for .. b—. ... - homicide deaih o£ anoth . er Centerville teen-ager. Authorities said the jeep driven by the youth rolled 800 feet over an embankment in the Bountiful foothills Aug. 31, kill- Allen Miles, 15, of Center^ j.v— ..— also charged Friday -with illegal consumption 1 ._ ; .. _»r ^1 An'Ul-ll l^T-llf.. ing ville. The youth was Tne program, aisv <wi\cu A^I rr-iuay \VILII lucgai ^m^vm?^" $150000 for a community, based | and possession of alcohol, driv- treatment program for juven-jing without an operator's- . li' ,—=-.:— — treatment program ... .,_.lies. This program would make use of residential center or would expand the Neighborhood Youth Program, already sponsored by the Second Juvenile Court District. Plus $45,000 was requested to | help combat organized crime in the Salt Lake-Tooele county region and $40,000 for a tactical squad study for the Salt Lake County area. ^__ cense and depriving an owner " his vehicle. Tech Writer Enters S.L Mayor Race SALT LAKE CITY (AP) —' A 36-year-old technical writer, calling himself "a non-politician amongst a field of professionals," has filed as a candidate for Salt Lake City mayor. Joel L. Meredith, a writer for TeleMation, Inc., says he has never run for office before. Meredith said Tuesday he would campaign against consolidation' of city and county governments. Consolidation, he said, would cost too much and would be "a step toward losing a voice in government by the average citizen." The other two announced candidates for mayor are city commissioners E.J. Garn and Conrad Harrison. FILES PETITION Meanwhile, Al G. Martin, _ a 68-vear-old retired railroad district foreman, filed Tuesday as a candidate for the Salt Lake City commission. He is a former Grand Junction, Colo., councilman and mayor. Martin said he upholds law and order as "the primary duty of government." The Salt Lake municipal election will be held Nov. 2. WORD-A-DAY By BACH ONE FROM OGDEN pRI-nY 6A&/ S1RD-EEE? j nane f^-i — 1 ( in- an. POINTLESS ; WITHOUT CONTEMTS; EMPTY-, ESPECIALLY, VOID Of 6EN6E OR SIGNIFICANCE;. , I NAN&CONVERSATION " ----- Utah Entertainers Open Tour of Korea Tonight SEOUL (UPI) — "Utah Show- time 71," led by Eugene Jelesnik and featuring a six-member, all-girl troupe, opens a 23-performance tour of Korea tonight Hotel in downtown at Chosuu Seoul. The entertainers formances in Japan to be in time for this party." The troupe includes Diana Hooperstad. pianist, guitarist and vocalist from Twin Falls, Idaho and Miss Idaho 1969, Gayle Minks, dancer and pian- from Salt vocal combo from Salt Lake City with Bonnie Bridge, Mary Louise Parke, Michele Nunley and Karen Baker as the mem- Lake City will be the main attraction at a United Service Organizations (USD) party dubbed "Six Star Salute," honoring 150 selected members of the U.S. Armed Forces in Korea. The guests at the party include Korean President Park ~- Chung-Hee, Gen.'John H. Mi- CLEARFIELD —City recrea-j chaeliSi commander-in-chief of tion will receive $1,900 in serv- TT q f nrnp <; i n Korea, and oth- ices from Davis County under a 1st from Ogd'en, Utah, and the been to the Orient "Tnnaz Four" instrumental and I to Europe, he said. -is. . ,, Jelesnik said this is his ninth USO tour. Five of them have been to the Orient and the rest County to Assist With Recreation new policy. According to City Manager Clarence J. Stoker, the city, until last year, had received $500 in cash from the county. He said this year the services would be provided in lieu of Mr. Stoker explained that the county sets.aside $26,000 for recreation, prorating it back to the (JHcit-iiCij \-wii m* "I"-**** *-• ——•---U.S. forces in Korea, and other ranking members of Korean and American military forces. Jelesnik and his group arrived, in Seoul late Tuesday for a ser-| ies of USO shows in many parts I _ r> -rr^ TDmFnfrt r0fnmiTIf [LEARN THE REWARDING CAREER OF| COSMETOLOGY * JOB PLACEMENT * NOMINAL TUITION -A- ADVANCEMENT UNLIMITED * PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS * ADVANCED HAIR ANALYSIS CLASSES TAUGHT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE ... . of Korea. home early Before in December, the 11U11 it, tfciJ. ij J.»» — — ' • group will visit Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines and Hawaii. "We feel honored to perform at the "Six Star Salute," Jelesnik told United Press Interna- -~ SKS peTclp^l^ • touTt'We had to cancdp «2343 Kiesel Ave. Ph. 394-7474 B o o«a o o'o 3 - Firms Urged to Juggle Student Working Hours SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) — Business leaders here have been asked :o rearrange work schedules of student workers to fit John A. Dixon, university, executive vice president, said the changes would help stretch tax dollars spent for higher QJ^mjj |Ji AlUUdlfe YT'-**i^.W* « «**• — -» •—• a :-new class program at the education TTnivprsitv of Utah Dixon tola the Salt Lake Umversitv ot man. chamber of Commerce Tuesday that by shifting some afternoon employes to morning hours busi- , , nesses can help in a new effort NlOnt PlOnneCf to achieve maximum use of ** university facilities. SMALLER CLASSES He said that beginning this Bc*c/c-fo-Scfioo/ fight Planned By Doxey PTA SUNSET—The Doxey Elementary School PTA will hold a S^ffff^-sS "pSy?of 'students are urged | they can find part-time morning 'to-attend to meet the principal, 3 0 ?*-. ^an 60 per teachers and PTA officers. FoV ^inf ou ™$udeESshold part- lowing a brief general session cent 01 our smuena * parents will go to classrooms, ^e jobs ™w Mtday class where teachers will outline the, cess o «£ "« oa • year's studies and activities, schedule _ninges on quarter a new class scheduling program will allow more stu-j 'S^^.^IJV. , airmflKrfnr^ 4 % t % .. j imited edition-- "memoire cherie 2-oz. bottle 3.75 From her treasury of enchanting scents, Elizabeth Arden brings you Memoire Cherie — the gently sophisticated fragrance with' a warmly disarming nature. And just the right touch of nostalgic, mail and phone orders promptly filled ZCMI COSMETICS—oil store: ^ Officers for the school year ability of employment during morning hours." are: Mrs. James W. Thompson president: Mrs. Raymonc Fronger, first vice president: principal LaMar Stuart, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Jerry Fishburn, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Bill Reeves, historian gestion on the campus. He said the university has received more than 7,000 requests for classes after 4 p.m. STRIKING ABSTRACT One of Those dresses that you just wear everywhere. L'Aiglon does this bright abstract •orint with supple lines in a hand-washable P poTyester doubleknit. Gave the neckhne a fhp tie and the waistline a buckled belt. $44 FRED M N YE CO fal value days Autumn savings are big in every ZCMI department! Shop early for the very best savings to be found anywhere. Off-into-autumn fashion by Sy Frankl that you machine wash but never iron! 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