The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 13
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City Asks Health Agency to Review Protests on Rats Rats, a park, zoning, redevel- Mayor Bart; Wolthuis pointed -j—^-ii. - * L — —..jj n**nvi/\i^>s» /\iif +Vi«af -Mitt oi+ - ita+''iftn "Vine ovi^f- opment, airports and economic out that the situation "has exist- development were the chief top- ed for a long time." ics of conversation Thursday j WITHOUT RECOURSE night by the City Council. o, arffes w the citizens Councumen took steps to erad- <*£&* jy ™: "™ icate the rats, help build a park, buddines w °- corrais nave , set a public hearing on the zoning and the redevelopment and discussed appointments .to airport and economic development, committees. ORAL PETITION The council also accepted an oral petition for rezoning, referring it to the City Planning Commission, and filed four letters complimenting the city and some of its employes. The subject of rats in Ogden was brought up when council accepted a petition filed by 28 east bench citizens "who asked that the city and the health depart ment take action against a horse corral opeartion near 29th and Buchanan. built without-recourse to building permits elicited a comment from the acting city manager. Raymond W. Gas sell remarked that he has pictures of the corral and' horse-boarding operation taken in June of 1970. "I cant' see any new buildings and if' any new ones have been built I would like to have somebody show them to me," Mr. Cassell remarked. Petitioners specifically emphasized that "junk, all:around is very unsightly" and that the corral "is a breeding place for rats and other rodents, which are present." . • J -. >v Councilman Alex H u r t a a o|,- ^ s ->. called a new city park being constructed along the Weber Utah Under Heavy Snow Apple, Vegetable Crops Hurt by Record Storm A record-shattering early autumn snowstorm that may have sounded the death knell for mum-million- dollar apple and vegetable crops, slashed across Northern Utah Thursday afternoon and night, dumping from 1 to 8 inches of wet snow on the region. Hardest hit in "Weber County towns were North Ogden and .Pleasant View where apple tree limbs snapped beneath the combined weight of unpicked fruit and up. to 7 inches of wet snow. Falling limbs, up to 6'inches - *^^* ,>(;!>;,• -. , ;*x^^sf\Tl -Si -j;>'-y.; s '.-^V-'"".V~'V ' ;o";v^>"' N A City Attorney,Jack A. Rich-jRiver east of the Weber County, ards recommended that the pe-j incinerator, "the most, exciting tition be referred to .the city manager and that he. contact the building inspector, the fire department and the county health department and request an investigation. A report on. the findings of the project ever done on a city park." He said "nature has done $100,000 worth of landscaping" and that anyone who wishes to assist in further construction is invited to the area on Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. various officials and depart- "^—- Woltiiuis "pointed out ;ments was requested for next ! that ^ ^ Force Base, the week - Job Corps. Seabees, as well as engineers and other professional people will be working to develop the park. He noted that the Utah Fish land, Game Department' has promised to stock the river at that point. In other action, the council: STRANDED in a field near the Cache Forest Ranger Station at HuntsvUle, Air Force helicopters await rescue by their crews. The choppers were grounded by Thursday's storm. United Appeal Tally Reaches TwoCarCrash $45,000,18 Per Cent of Goal The white hat gang, out beat- Cummins, head Tioncho of. thisjtendant to Miss Rodeo , —Approved resolutions desig- - — nating a new neighborhood re- develODment area to include portions of West and Southwest Ogden and scheduled a public .hearing for Oct. 28.. I —Approved on first .reading | an ordinance amending the, ,..-,--..,.„zoning from R-2 to R-3 between j REPORT MEETING Grant and Lincoln and 13th and The report meeting was en- the high country for as„„.££ dogies. strays and mavericks for two weeks, reassembled this morning at the Chuck- A-Rarna to check on progress of the drive. When all the brands were counted, cowboys of the 1972 United Appeal campaign had corralled $45,000 of the $260,000 annual goal, •riding wi and in more hard the offing. Ira Yeoman and ; his 'Western j _ipg_ j[ cx/lilo-II dlJU. ^iJo •* toii^i «J ijij AU* . •• MM ——s- - — —— ti — ' . Mi-JYo-Men joined for three num.- of the services of rodeo queen " bers by Mr. Yeoman's brother|Lau.ri Cunnmgton for a day. David, a professional country! USE AS SECRETARY KERRY BATE Council Candidate Aid for Drug Users Cited By Hopeful Kerry William Bate. 21, of 2935 Grant has announced his candidacy for-an at-large seat on the Ogden City Council. M? frS^^^-Sport -coSS= «- Eloise Wil- mental representation and a cox, ± airplane owner pilot. singer. Trail boss Marion 14th setting a public hearing livened by the Western music-.af for Oct. 21. . " " n " """'' —Okayed a request by chael Ziemski for a business license for Metropolitan Security System on 1820 Grant. • —Granted a new beer and cabaret license to the Calypso Club at 772 Wall, requested by Mary .E. Lopez. This license previously was ! denied on the grounds the applicant's husband had falsified the application. I —Expanded the Airport Ad- jvisory Committee to nine per- 'sons and appointed two nev; members, reappointed five I others and agreed to —'"••'•' Fall Claims Life Of Ogdenite, 55 <-,,„,.>j Mr. Firth, vice president of .- ___| First National Bank in Layton, I will be able'to use Miss Cun nington as secretary-for-a-day in his business. Miss Cunnington is first year's drive, said he was pleased with collections to date —just $27,000 was collected at the same time last year — and. noted they amount to about 18 per cent of the drive goal. Top range boss at the -meeting was Fred Galvez of utilities chapter groups, whose section has returned $9,713 to date and appears headed for a record gathering. Foreman Ralph Firth of Layton, whose division has demon- ^ - steated a return of 113 per-eent teel and James Sparks, Ogden so far. was the lucky recipient Metro West section; _ Dennis .. ' .-___ _£ _^.J__ ».,i>-.n«s "DArtlr- fir\m TV1 Or 1 /*! a] CfS/^hrtn 3 Plf! Leaves Ogden Woman Hurt SOUTH OGDEN — An Ogden woman was hospitalized Thursday afternoon with injuries, suffered in a near head-on collision at about 4200 South Washing- R. Loughran, 57, of in diameter, knocked out power in dozens of spots from Brigham City to Farmington. The storm postponed the opening of the Ogden Parade of Homes when a tent housing a home display collapsed under the weight of snow. Much of Ogden Valley and all of Ogden Canyon were without both electrical power and telephone service. COPTERS GROUNDED Helicopters from the 1550th Air Crew Training and Test Wing were grounded in Ogden Valley and crewmen had to be transported out by motor vehicles. Heavy snow up to 6 inches also was reported in Roy, Sunset, Clearfield an throughout Weber and Crafts Sales, 511 31st, shorted out electrical wiring and caused about $50 in smoke damage Thursday, firemen said. Damage to vegetable crops has not been assessed but a spokesman at the Weber County Extension office predicted that tomatoes and other unharvested vegetables may have been wiped out. Sub-freezing temperatures of 31 degrees were recorded at both Pioneer Station and Pine View. Dam early today. Many cars, not yet winterized, stalled in driveways and on streets throughout the region. Utah Power & Light Co. reported "spotty" outages from Brigham City to Farmington, y>j caused mostly by falling tree : . d |limbs that snapped wires. Joseph N. Neary, district throughout Weber and Davis j Joseph N. Neary, district counties but only .an inch wasl mana g er fp r Mountain Bell, measured in Brigham City. | sa j(i his utility had about a third r»cc;™oi TMAoenrompnf at Hill'mnn» trnnhl*> pall<: thim normal. Official measurement at Hill Air Force Base was 4.9 inches, minor j county and state- roads and highways but no serious injuries Susan Merrill, who drove classes at Utah State Univer- 1 ^ _ _^ sity to attend the breakfast. 13144 Adams was listed in "satis- Miss Hill Air Force B a s eifactory" condition today at the eeAnn Simmons was the tot|Jg£ ^tlf leTtSnoulde" rod,eo gal Friday awarded andjj^gg and h } p ; n the mishap, spent.part of last week helping g^^ Qgden Officer Victor Lewis Campbell of First Secur- Gabrenas said Mrs. Loughran , .. ity Bank, an Ogden Metropoh-| was northbound on Washington^' near tan section leader. when another vehicle drifted - „ more trouble calls than normal. He reported "some cable trouble" at spotted areas, and cases of drop wires down due to broken limbs, Most of the phone outages had been repaired by 10 were listed ia/m., however, he added. The National Weather Service Craig Peterson, caretaker at said skies will clear this Pme View Dam, reported both evening with fair weather I telephone and electrical ser- tonight 8 and Saturday. 1 ""~ "" f af ^ """ "»* 'vices out at the dam and ^^£35?' were outj^ou^oIWcanfon . , _..:_i_t ...:r\. -,™n«^n^ 1 Rntn Oeripn Qtv and t.ni tonight, with expected! Both Ogden City and the Utah -- I Department, of. Highways had Saturday!maintenance crews out during ran section ie<auej. wnen anoiner vemtie UHLLCU Temperatures on Saturday I maintenance tie-wa uui uuuug Other awards were made to j n t 0 h er ] ane and the two cars] d *: t b • ^e yppgr SQs the night and early today. Lowell Rouse and Walt Mann, collided nearly head-on. Probabilitv of rain or snow will 1 ' Most of the city crews were finance section: Marvin Cas-! ^ other vehicle was dr i ve n decrease / rom 40 per 'cent today - 1 -" ' " >: ~ 1 " u "' A-_I ««. J Tii vvir\c- GT-i«i-t*L?c f icm^n . —- , v TT- j_ _i__» . -i /> .r; »»WN-» ——**» . l . . , .. » Peck, commercial section, and Glendon Hansen, railroad section. fa R d j K artchner, 16. of | to M per cent tonight and 10 per ,£ A , * IK-or w^chino-t-nn TPT-- :7 v . r..;i._j,... . 4?41 s _ 175 w>> race. Ter '!cent. on Saturday. at-'a FIRST WORKER Each waddie was the' first worker or section leader of his particular outfit to deliver his green slips; each will receive The youth told the officer his ] I vehicle started slipping on thei CCll O.l,lyO , *-t»l-l> rri.A ^*,-.....~ j- • certificate of appreciation. iof center. wet pavement, he lost control and drifted into the opposing lanes. Officer Gabrenas cited the youth for allegedly driving left A 55-year-old Ogden man died uuie lB *..«. °s'=^ -» contact;early this morning,, some six two other persons to see if they | hours after he fell down a flight would agree to serve. of s t a i rs a t the Reed Hotel at —Accepted for study the names of several persons recommended for service on the Economic Development Committee. • • New appointments to the air- 204 25th. growing drug problem as two maior areas of concern to him. "The people in Ogden don't and member of a national organization of women pilots, and Harold Hilbern, also a private me people m vgueu uui, t "«">«.- —; > -Vj -n. it. ratroiman uuane acniuz saiu feel represented. That includes'pilot who is associated with the ^ Scott was walking down . .,r , . i_ » TTiu aTvR H ivincr {.Min. t ., , - , •-. T -j__-i •__.i i__ . minorities and young people," Mr. Bate said. He dited discrimination in housing as an example and said the city isn't doing a s much as it should about the problem. j SIMILAR BACKGROUND j "The present City Council -isi made up of men of similar background, white middleclass. People T talked to didn't feel rep-!- *^y4 y\r» »Ka ("SHr f/MTnr*]! *' I Hill AFB Flying Club. Reappointed were the chairman, Ernest F. Durbano, and J C Whitely J. K. Bryning. M H. Ford and E. B. Rich. In another mishap, a 24-year- old woman was seriously injured when- a pistol she was cocking accidentally discharged. Teddy Scott of the Reed- Hotel died at 12:05 a.m. at St. Benedict's Hospital. Hospital officials Ogden Man Will Head IDS Building Program The appointment of Fred'A. Iker .was educated in Ogden Baker of Ogden as chairman of I schools and graduated from Og- the LDS Church building com-| den Higjl School. He received, •miffoo Tirac an.ruMin<V>ri t/ldflV bv i . . . . , *• . . . mittee was announced today by i the church's first presidency. Mr. Baker will succeed'Mark -B.- Garff who. has resigned to return to private business: A ' Salt Lake' City contractor UIUL b xavayjuai. Azwopiwai \jm**i.<*^ *» ^v..- - ^ ^~?£ i j said cause of death was head and businessman, Mr. dartt naa • -.. •__ K/vnM rvViiiT-m^-rt fvf fVtA CWrTllTlit:-. injuries. , Duane Schulz said been chairman of the commit- ISN'T IT THE TRUTH/ By CARL RIBLET JR. the stairs at the hotel when he fell. He. apparently struck his head several times while tumbling down the stairs. Injured in the shooting mishap was Jean Moore, 24, of 582 21st. She was reported in "serious" condition today in the intensive care unit at the McKay Hospital. Mrs. Moore told Patrolman tee since 1965. Mr. Baker, chairman • of Since 1965. He was first appointed as a temporary assignment which was made permanent in 1966.' A .native ; of Provo, Mr. Ba- £,.„ , ,„ .. ----- _- J ' r .sp;i : : • ., I Phillip Roche that she had just resented on the City Council, i We have only to measure the j purc }i ase( i a 22 caliber revolver Mr. Bate said. I growth of welfare in the City of ; ^ was trying it out in the foot- ^lif'^al 'T ««^. /^««fn«+- «« +Vio Viimlrc AT -, ,-,-, , i- *^_.i... __.T *T™A Mr. Bate, a senior political science student at Weber State College, expressed a need for _ stronger enforcement of- drug laws, particularly hard, drugs. "The problem with hard drugs is. thert is too much emphasis Lost Content on the banks of the Horrid Hudson to see that in the babel of voices heard in hills east of Ogden when the mishap" occurred. She said she fired two shots j had 'the been vice 'committee a degree in banking and financing from the University of Utah in 1946. At the time of his appointment to the LDS building committee, he had been a vice president of the Commercial Security Bank for five years. Previously he had been associated with, the First Security Corp. and .the Bank of Utah. He has been active in church and civic affairs and in 1961 received the Ogden Jaycees "Distinguished Service" award. picking up trees and limbs but highway units were dispatched to Clearfield and Weber Canyon 'to clear slush from highways. The storm dumped more than three inches in Salt Lake City— a record for September—and more than eight inches in the mountain resort areas of Brighton and Alta. i The National Weather Service continued its hazardous driv- Liiuuacm^ "-. ^H^AHWI..-.. ~-—„ ing warning for motorists on the trees, especially in Ogden north mountain passes of northern of the Ogden River, in Pleasant]Utah through Thursday night. View, North Ogden, Harrisville, LEFT STRANDED Roy, and other points where the TREES HURT Many apple growers had just begun gathering their crops and while the fruit itself may not have been severely hurt, trees suffered as their limbs bent to the ground. , Also severely damaged were j thousands of ornamental shade , snowfall was heavier. Broken limbs littered the east side of Washington Boulevard FRED A. BAKER New Assignment north of Five Points, at times blocking the • entire northbound lane. At some locations, entire trees toppled. And on some narrow residential streets limbs overhanging' the pavement blocked traffic until the snow began to melt. Fourteen persons stranded in the mountain community of Silver City were waiting today for helicopter from Boise to fly .. „ weather permitting. A snowfall blocked roads leading to the ghost mining town. Those stranded were tourists and summer residents. Telephone lines to the town were reported down. Forty minor accidents occurred in one hour on the Pleasant view ana popiars aim,----• ., , , .,, conifers in Ogden Canyon were L ADOU _ t . , 4U nuies west ot aait "U-shaped" from the weight. Lakclr & t ?' a P^**^JTS? Snow burdened limbs sparked I was klll ? d and three other per- pow£ lines at 6:40 a.m today sons seriously injured inL a two- at 127 7th and at 7:06 a.m. at car colhsion on rain-slick U.S. 166 Harrisville Road. There was no damage, according to the Ogden City Fire Department. 40. leaking roof at Western in me oauei ui vuiuca Aicam ui shg sald sne area two snols protestation, complaint, advoca- and was cocking the weapon for cv and solution there still are «,„ thirri whpn it. went off. strik- cy and solution there not enough words to fill all the placed on arresting people us-] ing things like marijuana. The j emphasis should be placed onj parsnips.' hard drugs and; a workable re-! habilitation program. | REAL INFLUX i "There is a real influx of heroin into this city, coming into the poorer sections and moving into the middle class -.areas. As a younger person I see tiiis problem more. . "I believe most emphasis should be placed on rehabilita-; ': tion with less emphasis on mak-, ins the arrest. It (arrest) makes | the newspaper and it looks like something is being done. But it doesn't get at the top where the problems are." said "Mr. Bate. Mr. Bate feels he will have a strong appeal to the young people and minority groups. ; He has served two years as? assistant counselor and counse-j ;lor for the Upward Bound pro-i ;gram and worked for two yearsj =at Hill Air Force Base. Origin-! -allyfcom Salt Lake City, hej moved: to Ogden three years' ago. ' ; _-- „ ing her in me chest, mouths. - Officer Roche said Mrs. Moore drove to a phone to call ., her father who took her home : -" ,. , _ , 'and later to the hospital. —English Proverb _— — the third when it went off, strik- SNOWSTORM POSTPONES HOME PARADE OPENING Opening of the 1971 "Parade of Homes" has been postponed until Tuesday following Thursday night's snowstorm that caved in the "big tent" and disrupted other final preparations. . The tent collapsed beneath several inches of snow that had accumulated about 6 p.m., causing an as yet undetermined .amount of damage to a number of displays that had been installed for the show. • ':.-./ . • Parade officials said today .they -expect to have the-tent repaired and ready for the show to open at 5 p.m. Tuesday., . . : The show will continue through Oct. 18, fea-., Turing nine homes on display east of Harrison-at 5600 "South. Hours will'be 5 to 11 p.m. on .weekdays and 1 to'll p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. The dead woman was identified as Joyce Struck, 44, Santa Rosa, Calif. A DISPLAY TENT at the Parade of Homes site in Ogden collapsed under the weight of snow from Thursday's storm. The ' incident caused postponement' 1 of "the-show's opening; The storm was most severe in northern Utah, but late Thursday evening, slick roads and heavy mountain snow were reported south of Price. , U.S. 40 between Heber City land Vernal in eastern Utah was covered with mud, and the highway patrol asked motorists to take another highway. But at least one group of Tn- termountain area residents-^th* skiers—watched the snow with glee. The sheriff's office, in Elaine County, Idaho reported . that "ski bums" were already trickling into the famed southern Idaho resort of Stm Valley. The strong cold front that ushered in the snow \moved south out of Utah during the night. • SHOTGUN GONE FROM VEHICLE WASHINGTON TERRACE — Washington Terrace Police are. investigating several theft reports, including one house burglary. Bruce Woolsey of 272 E. 4525 S. reported a motion picture camera taken from' his home. No forced entry was located. Stereos were reported taken from cars belonging to Louis J. Painter of 262 E. 5800 S. and Leonard Stitzer of 5260 S. 500 W. and Denning Smith of 447 W. 5000 S. reported.a shot-! gun taken from his vehicle. .

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