The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 11
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MOTHER LEAVES INFANT IN CULVERT-BABY DEAD BROADUS, Mont. (UPI) — Results of an autopsy into the death, of a 5-week-old Broadus, • Mont., infant who was left in a ditch by its mother were expected today. , The mother led officers to the culvert last Thursday where she had placed her son following a Tuesday auto mishap. She said the infant was thrown forward in her car when she applied the brakes to avoid a rabbit. . Mrs. Jones told authorities she placed the baby, whom she presumed dead, into the culvert and then two hours later reported that someone: had taken the child from her parked car. During the weekend, Mrs. Jones voluntarily committed herself to the Montana State Mental Hospital at War Springs for psychiatric help. LAFF-A-DAY Congress Passes Parks Bills 'It's the oddest sort of no'isa' — it goes away when a mechanic is listening!" . , BEHIND THE WHEEL Prostitutes Shift Strategy ' SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Admitting that Salt Lake Police can't totally eliminate the cen- turies old profession of prostitution, one policeman says officers can reduce the problem to Morton Expected Today For Utah Tours, Visits SALT LAKE CITY (AP) 'interior Secretary C. B. Rogers Morton was to arrive in Utah today for a visit with state officials, a tour of several projects and a night at the Ute Indians' Bottle Hollow Motel Complex. Morton was to meet with Gov. Calvin Rampton and other state officials at the State Capitol shortly after his arrival. He'll board a helicopter for a fly over Utah Lake and up Diamond Fork to Strawberry Reservoir where some Utah officials claim a lack of federal funds may curtail work on the Central Utah Project. SEEKS FUNDS Rep. Gum McKay, D-Utah, said Monday that he wants Morton to visit the Strawberry aqueduct project and see if he can to help it through sonnel working on it. He added that the project is badly needed because of accelerating water needs along the Wasatch front. The secretary will inspect the reservoir area by car and then go to Soldier Creek Field Station. He is also scheduled to visit Currant Creek Dam, which is under construction, and Starva- get money fiscal 1972. McKay said the ahead of schedule project is and there tion Dam. INDIAN PROGRAM Morton is to spend the night at the new Bottle Hollow Motel Complex. Ute Indian . Tribal Leaders have planned Indian dances, a tour and dinner for the Washington official. Wednesday. Morton will fly to Canyonlands. Short hops to several of the national park's sites are planned. The secretary will return to Salt Lake in the evening for a speech before the Federation of Rocky Mountain States meeting dUCCLU. Vi ^I^*.J.W%AI**>» *-^« — j isn't enough money to keep per- in the Hotel Utah No Ban of 'Superstar/ Despite Plea of Catholic SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Salt Lake County Commissioners failed to take any actioa Monday against the rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar", despite pleas from a Catholic who ' said the show was "blasphe- Breitling told commissioners. "I hope you will consider it as blasphemous as I do. "I believe it shows contempt for God our father," he added. Commission Chairman William Dunn said he had receiv- r manageable size, despite' the fact the girls are now cruising in cars. The latest wrinkle in the citj police's efforts to rid Salt .Lak of its ladies of the night is tha the girls, under pressure from increased ranks of undercove agents and stiffer fines, hav taken to cars in their attempt to lure potential customers. And Police Capt. Eugene G. Cederlof issued this warning Monday: "Any man who gets in a car with these girls is asking for trouble. DOPE HABITS "Many of them have dope habits bigger than the money they've been making since we put the pressure on and they're desperate," he said. They don't care about the man or 'their 'bargain'...all they want is the money and they're going to get it one way or another."' Police in recent months have been using women "decoys" in the hopes that if they arrest potential customers, then the regular prostitute's sources of income will dry up. Also, undercover agents have been making vagrancy and loitering arrests of the girls, and that has resulted in the regular number of 50 girls on the streets at any given time being cut down to 10 regulars. DOUBLE PARKING Most of the action takes place on West 2nd South and the girls who are working out' of cars have drawn police reaction in the form of harrasment for drivers license checks and double parking violations. "We are hurting them so bad they are trying anything," Capt. Cederlof said. WASHINGTON (AP).—. Bills o establish two new national arks in Utah and. one io en- arge Canyonlands Nation a 1 ark by nearly 80,000 acres ave passed both houses ofj ongress. , • ' The three measures sailed through -the House Monday without controversy. They will make national parks out of Arches and Capitol Reef Na- onal Monuments and add 9 618 acres to the vast Canyon- ands National Park. , ANOTHER ACTION The measures now go back to the Senate- where earlier ver- ions have already been ap- roved. The Senate must act on louse amendments before the ills go to the White House. Rep. Gunn McKay, D-Utah, and Rep. Sherman Lloyd, R- TJtah, sponsored the legislation a the House. McKay called the passage "the culmination 'of 12 years of i sons who have -taken-ian Merest " " ' ' ' effort to give .national park, status -to .one of the wonders of the nation."- He referred to 'the Capitol Reef bill. Lloyd said the bills "do not represent an ideal solution to all .residents of- Utah, and reasonable people "will disagree on specific provision and acreage," but -he.said they will meet the approval of the majority of per- in them.' . The House -versions-, would re- Buce.the size of the two: national monuments. About one-eighth would be cut off- Arches' . 83,000 acres!. Capitol Reef,, which is about 253,500 acres 'would' lose about 12,500. , ' ., ' The sprawling ' "Canyonlands would-be expanded: "to : 337,258 The Funeral Directors W-h'o Care. Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1971 I1A Learn Real Estate Horn Mer« in Pl««anl Work. Opportunity stays *\' by yoiir door when you know real estate. ' , Men, women, of all ages learn easily. Previous , ^v experience not necessary. . The nationally known Weaver. Real Estate Course taught exclusively at Stevens Hcnager College trains you in: Real Estate Sales • Appraisals • Rentals Property Management • Loans • Mortgages 'Real Estate Law • Insurance Ben Vjm de Grafi Mr. Ben Van de Graff, Executive Secretary, Ogdcn Board of. ... Realtors, is the class instructor. Phone, call or write for reservation* at once Now. class begins Wednesday, October 13 In Ogden and Tuesday October 12, in Salt Lake City. FREE DEMONSTRATION on that evening, 7:00 pja. Classes continue that evening for 17 weeks. ' Approved for Veterans Training. STEVENS HENAGER COLLEGE A Junior College Specializing in Business • • OGOIN;2S44Wiiih.BI»iL.394-779I • SALIUKE;350Jo.JmiDlif<iJl'3<4.77Jl I r . ous - | ed other complaints against the ' The show will be presented in | show and said, "If the commis- the Salt Palace Oct. 12 at 8jsion decides against (it), may The Salt Palace is owned be it could lend some influence." No action was taken by tne three-member board. by the county, but the palace board does not report directly to the commission. CATHOLIC FAITH The appeal to stop the pres- i entation was made by Thomas O. Breitling. Salt Lake City, who said he was a member of the Catholic faith. "This show should not be shown in the Salt Palace ALCOHOLISM * CAN BE TREATED * Utah Alcoholism Foundation * INfORMATlON OfFICE * Phone 392-5971 T J4529 25th Street, .Ogdcn, Utah" BUY DIRECT FROM OGDEN DIRECT I'm glad I bought my new GE Dryer FROM OGDEN jj OGDEN j, 'A DIRECT // DG400O Gas GIVES YOU A BETTER DEAL ^ • Heavy Duty • GAS DRYER • Permanent Press Cycle See Our Display in the Parade of Homes. APPLIANCE CENTER APPLIANCES-TV STEREO & CARPET 3670 Wall Ave. Wake Up Richer Interest Now Compounded or Paid Quarterly If you save at Ogden 1st Federal, you will wake up richer tomorrow. At Ogden 1st Federal your money earns ^•^Siji} ffSilfl £ -»:!,'• •••-*x$- '! 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