The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 12
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 12

Ogden, Utah
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Friday, October 1, 1971
Page 12
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North Ogden -MARIJUANA HASHISH and the paraphernalia used in smoking the two^hallu- -^ogenicdrugslu-e inspected by Lt Hal Adair and Officer Donald Bryson nfnS-) The display is part of a mobile drugs and narcotics exhibit spon- "sored by the International Footprint Association, Ogden Chapter No. 27. Trailer Display to Launch Drive To Show Public Dangers of Drugs A display to inform the Association,- Ogden Chapter _ 27 ral publii general public about drugs _and narcotics has been set up in a trailer house presently located behind the Municipal Building. The trailer contains various drugs, n a r cro t i c s and paraphernalia confiscated by the Ogden City Police Department's Task Squad. The program is sponsored by the • International Footprint ,. and endorsed by the Ogden Police Department and the Weber County Sheriff's Office. Within the next few days the trailer will begin a tour around town, with stops at shopping centers and schools. An officer, Patrolman Donald Bryson, will be on hand at all time to answer questions and hand out pamphlets on drugs. The. sheriff's office will also have a deputy on hand at the. exhibit. Capt. Gerald Wayment and Sgt. William Dermody have Road Speeds NORTH OGDEN — Proposals to change speed.limits;on'Wash- ington from 17th North on north should .await 'a decision on improvements of 'the intersection at 2600 North and Washington, the North Ogden City Council has decided. • The city engineer is* preparing drawings of channelization and other changes-which should be:made at.the. busy intersection, Mayor .Wilbur'.H.- Berrett told the council. TRAFFJC CRASHES Police Chief ,A1 Warren told the council the ; intersection has averaged'about one traffic accident^ month. • ;• •He,said he favored-."a 30 mile speed limit there instead of the present: 40. ; " Mayor Berrett said the state may : in a year : or so, add strips on both sides of Washington where it narrows north of North Street That would have an impact on speed limits which should 'be posted, he said. ? 1 • .; The council urged Dennis R. Shupe,-public works director, to get striping and other safety markings on city streets completed as soon as possible. Mr. Shupe said that with_ the new help the city has obtained under the federal job assistance program for veterans replacement of damaged signs and installation of new ones should be speeded up. | H° said two men, Bruce Mar- Iriott and-Jerry Gledhill, have already been put to work under 12A Ogden- Standard-Examiner, Friday, October 1, 1971 been assigned part time to help the program. PUSHED PATCHING . Mr.-Shupe told the council road patching work is being _,,^i,o/q in spveral ulaces pushed pusnea m aevticn ^ * throughout the community to get . I it completed before cold weatn- out. Police Chief LeRoy -., , Jacobsen said, "I feel it's a very ercco °£ easctors are moving ahead education can we suoress the in the com- (JU.I. U gULL,^.i. G11IXI u* **•»>• ---- lation on 150 West and the work a there also should be completed | drug problem m ™Sddition to being, available j before winter to the general public at shop- j The public WOKS , ping centers, the mobile exhibit | will be shown to various PTA meetings and later it will be Sheriff Asks Hunters "To Respect Property' ^ ^ ar er „ .^ % t ,™ ^ O r « st j » i church groups. ifrom th e _^ree^tanges_there_| ' Weber County Sheriff Ed Ry-; He said shotguns should bei when taken to the schools and — •an. is urging hunters -to think j unloaded before getting into ve-^ meetings the prograni.will ^ po , es jessing he is cooperating with Pleasant j View officials on any storm wa-j ter problems which may arise I .... . urging safety and to respect other peoples'"property during the coming duck and pheasant seasons. -'The sheriff said, "our biggest problems during bird seasons are people complaining hunters are shooting too close to their ^ of the law in jn violation: ^.^ Jacobsen extended his ! thanks to the footprinters and UlC •*« ** ' IjiiciU"" *•'•' "•»•>*- -.."—-r- Hunters should walk with thejvarious local businesses who safety on and "don't take it off [have donated time, material - the target," he land money to the project. David S. McConnell of 2523 Jefferson, reported to Ogden police the theft of a pair of skis and ski poles from his garage. fire. He is requesting hunters refrain from discharging their weapons while within 150 to 200 yards from buildings. I He noted that all deputies will I be on duty throughout .the hunt-j T _ ing season, answering com-: t \J plaints such as this and shoot-j New Members Gef We/come Club at ing up signs, fences and other property. . Persons caught destroying property while hunting will he prosecuted. Sheriff Ryan also cautioned hunters to be extremely careful A banquet honoring new members of the Weber State College Emeritus Club was held and new officers for the 1971-72 year announced. Newly elected officers for the former Weber State faculty mar H. Dicksbn, corresponding secretary. The dinner was held to welcome new members James B. Harvey, Dr. Alva J. 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