The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 10
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 10

Ogden, Utah
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Tuesday, October 5, 1971
Page 10
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, October 5, 1971 FBI Probes Blaze: Draft Windows Hit BRIGHAM CITY-No results, It has not been determined VV& available today on Mon- whether the fire .and the win- day's probe b-rai and state dow vandalism incidents are toye e is suspected in the Naval Reserve Of- NROTC fire, which destroyed Corp building at over . ^000 -orth o f fool and Box Elder High School. And, Brigham City police today were investigating two weekend shooting sprees that punctured windows of the Brigham City Selective Service office at 140 S. Main and Zundel s His clothing store at 74 S. Main. There were no injuries in either incident. government equipment in the metal unit, adjacent to Box Elder High School, late Saturday night. ARSON .OFFICER SUNSET PICKUP NEXT TWO DAYS SUNSET—The annual fall cleanup in this community will be held Wednesday and Thursday. Mayor John Nicholas reminded residents that city trucks will swing by to pick " up debris and limbs. Sunset residents were asked to leave their debris on the curb. FBI agents and state arson specialist Steve Hill arrived at the school. Monday afternoon to launch an inquiry, and were continuing investigation today. Special agent Russ Calme of the Salt Lake FBI headquarters said results of the investigation may not be known "for some He said the shooting incident at the Selective Service board would probably not come under federal jurisdiction, though FBI „*.„ ,,,/v,vl^ ;n\7oc:HcratA anv XtUti. «J. j uiivw»»- —— —-j ' " agents would investigate any logical links" with the fire epi- sods Damage to the two downtown Brigham City windows—apparently the only targets of vandals—is thought to have occurred sometime Friday night. Brigham City Mayor Olof E. Demos, GOP Select Council Candidates BRIGHAM CITY—Nominating conventions of different political hues . here Monday night produced a total field of six candidates for '-three expiring Brigham City Council posts this dection year. Unless 'Other - candidates are named by petition before Oct. 15, voters will select a new City Council trio from. among three Republican, and three Democratic contenders. PARTY CHAIRMAN Picked as GOP standard bearers by convention vote were incumbent Councilmen'Byron K. Armstrong and Al Cazier and Republican Party Chairman Rudolph Kaiser. A fourth nominee, Dale Baron, was defeated in a runoff vote by Mr. Kaiser. In addition to the two incumbents' seats, a third council post is being vacated this year 'by- Councilman Blaine Olsen, who is no seeking re-election Chosen by Democratic party officials and public to; vie for the three seats wer& party chairman Bert .Christensen, Douglas Wight and Lewis Jones. Democrats Ed Heesa'cker and Wavne Johnson,'who had been mentioned as possible nominees, withdrew prior ' to the convention, Chairman Christensen said today. NO OTHERS No other contenders were nominated from the floor. Mr. Christensen said about 65 Democratic party members and Brigham City residents attended the nominating convention, held at the Community Center. GOP Chairman Kaiser estimated some 150 persons attended Republican proceedings in the Central School. Candidates for the city posts not selected in the two conventions may still be chosen through petitions signed by 25 eligible voters. Petition forms are available in City Hall and must be submitted by Oct. 15 at 5 p.m. Mr. Kaiser is a former member of the Brigham City Council, now composed entirely of'Republicans. China Sea Exercise CLEARFIiSLD - Navy PO-] 2,C. Roger'L. Smith, son of Mr.j and Mrs. Roy E. Smith of 1851 Lakeview' Drive, .participated aboard a nuclear-powered attack aircraft carrier in a refuel and supply exercise in the South China Sea. •BH5«3rv>ulw«..-i...-..*<s>—JP« ™w«- . ; STATE arson specialist Steve Kennedy (left) and Brigham City fireman Ken Stowell probe shattered glass fragments at the,Box Elder High NROTC building, gutted by fire Saturday night. 1st of 2 Deputy Murder Suspects Faces Court Zundel, owner and operator'of ZundePs His, said employes discovered three BB or pellet gun holes in the front door and window Saturday-morning. A total'of'five holes, closely grouped, were .found Monday morning in the front window of the local Selective Service System headquarters. Mrs. Clarice Slatter, local draft board executive secretary, said she-discovered the holes and glass/ fragments when she opened the. office about 8 a.m. Monday. • Brigham City police were trying to determine Mond'ay whether the same weapon was used in both' shootings. 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Charged with Weddle is his brother-in-law. Ronald A. May, Swan to enter a-plea. He has 1 been undergoing for the past month a psychiatric evaluation at Utah State Hospital in Provo. May's preliminary hearing before Bountiful City Judge_ S. Mark Johnson was held earlier, and he was bound over to face trial in Second District Court. Jensen's bullet riddled body was found between Farmington and Centerville on a deserted county road shortly after midnight May 14. His police car 22, also of California. STATE HOSPITAL IU&ill . _„, ... — f ---Weddle was to appear before j was gone, and he had been shot District Judge Thornley K. 'several times. _ Two Men in 60s Hospitalized After Car-Tractor Accident WILLARD — Two Box Elder County men escaped serious in- jS Monday in P a car-tractor collision between here and Per- rv that knocked the farm ma- ck£ about 200 feet on U.S. 91. Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Jay Schoonover said a station wagon driven .by 64-year-old John W Hess III of Tremonton -- heard not seen Sunset Marine Finishes Course was northbound in the outside lane when it overtook and col-j ilded with a northbound tractor j driven by Henry Wagstaff, 67, of Perry. . Both men were hospitalized ! at Cooley Hospital m Bngham j City where they were listed in j "good" condition today. Trooper Schoonover estimated speed of the car at SO miles an 5: » ^ for bulk? has completed Marine recruit training in San Diego. He has been assigned toj Camp Pendleton, Calif., for indi- j vidual combat training and then to motor transport operators' school. ALL-BRAN' the natural way to There are goingtobe nearly 32,500 people talking in this forest before iong-and you won't see one of them. Under this turf lies a transcontinental coaxial telephone cable : that will give Utah.telephone customers _ greater access to every other phone in the country. 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