The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 17
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Arrest Made In Ambush Officer ;BEAVER, Utah (UPI) -Utah Highway Patrol- officers Satur-_ day arrested a man whose car fit the description ,of the vehicle' used' ; in an. attempt to assassinate- a." Salt; Lake County narcotic's agenf Tuesday night. JThe.back panel of the 1970 black Lincoln Continental had a pair:' of ; ibullet holes in it, officers '-sai&, ; :sheriff ? s Deputy Joe G«e said he 1 - -firedpJa number of shots at his' would-be' killers Tuesday •vyhen. he was amhush'ed after bilng Inred to a remote spot near: Lake Point. He said a telephone caller had ;toldl him he would.'he let irron the inner workings of big- time, dope dealings in Salt Lake -* The Highway Patrol said the suspect .was arrested in Beaver when he; was spotted hitchhiking near the car, which he said had -run;, out-of; gas. County Attorney Carl Nemel- ka theorized the next day that the try to kill Gee was an attempt by narcotics pushers to stop a stepped-iip law enforcement-effort against drug traffic. Ex-Official Files Suit Against S. L. SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) — Former city official Jim P. Hansen is suing Salt Lake County: for §400,000, charging a Decent .criminal complaint against him was filed maliciously. Hansen also filed suit for damages of $100,000 against the Salt Lake City Model Cities agency, which he. formerly headed. The suits-were filed Friday in U.S. District Court. Hansen was charged with criminal conspiracy along with County Commissioner Philip Blomquist. A judge recently dismissed the charges against Han- seu'!on his claim he had been granted, immunity from prose" cation in the case, but the county •• attorney's office is appealing the - dismissal and wants the charge against Hansen to stand. His. dismissal as Model Cities director, on a charge he took outside work involving a contractor doing business in the county, "constituted a deliberate misinterpretation" of his contract, Hansen's suit said. Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 17A TRAIN WRECKS STALLED AUTO, MAN, WIFE SEE - MURRAY, Utah (UPI) — A Salt Lake City man and his wife stalled their automobile on what they thought was a little used railroad crossing, and left the car in search of assistance. The couple walked to a nearby Murray cafe where they called a taxi and had a cup of coffee while they waited for the cab. Police said Harry Nagle, 46 and his wife, Phyllis, 45, returned to the rail crossing in the cab at 9:57 p.m. just in time to see a northbound Denver and ,Ria Grande •freight train demolish their car. i Man Dies After idaho Accident LORENZO, Idaho (AP) — Edward Pilch, 55, of Idaho Falls, died Saturday of injuries suffered Friday in a head-on collision on'U.S. 191 just south of the Lorenzo bridge over the Snake River, state police reported. ' Officers said cars driven by Pilch and David L. Withington, 51 of Phoenix. Ariz., collided^ Inmate to Face Charge of Arson BOISE.-'ldaho (AP) — Fourth District Court Judge Marion J. Callister has set a trial Dec. ^ for Richard Graham. 34. an inmate of the Idaho State Penitentiary. . He" is one of two convicts charged with arson in connection with the Aug. 10 prison riot. CHUCK Fish-A-Ramq Mon. Night, Oct. 4 JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP 3225 Wash. Blvd. TOP 10 RECORDS ZCMIAUDITORIUAMalt Lake doy^wn; ZCMI RECORDS- Cottonwpod, Valley Fair* Ogden af anniversary prices i 1. WHO'S NEXT 2. POCO FROM INSIDE 3. BLACK SABBATH . 1700 4. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE 5.TEN-YEARS AFTER 6. BA.RBRA JOAN STREISAND 7. JAMES- GANG 8. THE GRASS ROOTS 9. ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE ,'::i22;bert Humperdinck) 1-0. PARTRIDGE FAMILY • reg. 3.97 reg. 4.97 3.99 Mormon Tabernacle Choir albums . , . in .our country? It's as -thrilling as Have you heard" "Climb Every all the other albums arid a beayti- Mountain" —-the very newest re- .ful gilt idea, too. Take-home the reg lease by' the' giosf famous, choir Tabernacle Choir at savings! 4.97 344 ZCMI RECORDS-al! stores pre-recorded cassettes A great selection for early birds! Choose from popular artists and groups and; save. list 5.98 and 6.98 99 great selection of 8-track tapes ' Some of the greatest sounds anywhere- now is the best chance to stock up. , list 5.98 and 6.98 : great record albums your choice Scoop up the recordings you've always wanted—great artists and vocalists. \ now only 49 199 to 1 our entire record stock-red uced! reg 3.97 records . reg. 4.97 records . reg. 5.97 records 3.44 4.44 5.44 all of our 8-track tapes and cassettes ... ,|T\. ..:- -.' .. .-••..•• Just look—we've reduced all the tapes and cassettes on our rack! reg. 5.98 reg.6.98 4.99 5 99 Le-Bo cassette and 8- track carrying cases Scoop up these bargains and.take your ic with you. Better be early! mu- sic reg.11.95 reg. 14.95 6 99 8 99

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