The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 13
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 13

Ogden, Utah
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 5, 1971
Page 13
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ORLAN M. JACOBSON Attends Conference OGDEN GROUP AT SESSION FOR RETIRED The president and staff of the Ogden chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is at a two-day conference for the organization in Salt Lake City. Orlan M. Jacobson is attending with Eugene Reed, of the Ogden Chapter of the National Retired Teachers Association for the combined conference of Area ym of the two .organizations. The conference, which began Monday, is being held in the. Salt Palace and includes as speakers Rep. David Pryor, D-Ark., and Rep. Orval Hansen, R- Idaho, along with messages from national presidents of the two associations. The program also includes a musical, "Through the Years—A Look at Retirement Then and Now." Bandit Takes Cash From City Resident An-Qgden man, discussing the purchase of an auto stereo, was robbed of $80 at gun point by the man he was discussing the purchase with. Randy - Christensen of 2610 Monroe told police the robbery occurred at 9:26 p.m. Sunday at a service station at 26th and Monroe. Mr. Christensen said the man told him to get into the car at which time the man pulled a small, black-handled automatic pistol and demanded his money. Another man in the back seat, who Mr. Christensen could not see said, "Give him the wallet, he's not kidding with that gun." After Mr. Christensen handed over his wallet,'the robber said "I better never see-you again," ordered him from .the car and drove off. THREE BURGLARIES Ogden police also are investigating three burglaries in which more damage was caused than I property stolen. Washington Terrace police are investigating a house burglary which occurred over the weekend. Burglaries occurred at Bonanza gas station at 2895 Wall, Anderson Lumber Co. at 164 24th and Central Junior-High School at 781 25th. Nothing of value was reported taken from the school or lumber company but nearly $100 worth of damage was sustained in the two breakins. An undetermined amount of money was taken from the cash register and soft drink machine at the gas station, police said. Mrs. Karen VanLeeuwen of 4757 S 275 E., Washington Terrace, reported $50 to $60 in change from three banks and 10 to 12 silver dollars taken in a burglary of her home. Police said entry was made through an unlocked .door. Ogden Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, October 5, 1971 13A Ogden Police Force Commended by Firm A letter commending the Patrol Division and detectives of the Ogden Police Department has been filed by the City Council. Written by Ed Reynolds, op; eration manager and Brent A. Dee, security manager of Smith's Management .Corp.,.931 W. Riverdaie Road, the letter commends all officers in the Patrol Division. •"Although we have fallen-vie- up investigations and lab work. "We are very pleased with the results and equally pleased with the interest and desire they have shown toward our problems," the executives wrote. "These men are assets to your department," the letter added. Suspect Arrested On Arson Charge .uti.ui*wu£,u ,,————— - — ^ 51-year-old man was ar- tim to the criminal element j re sted Sunday night in connec- three times in the last month,)yon with an attempted arson \ve rest assured knowing our a t an apartment house at 230 stores are under the watchful «»— ] eye of the Patrol Division," the officials wrote. "We are also pleased with the 23rd. Booked in the Weber County Jail on a charge of alleged attempted arson was Martin VYC cue aizv yica-icu "iu* u«. tempted arson was m<uun professional manner in ^k 1 ™! Campbell, 51, address unknown. crimes against bur company| p a t ro i m an Duane H. Schulz l*n^#A. V»rtrtTi imrocti era to/1 a Tin TnP • •» /-«. T n _«.ir> rfi*^»nc < f o*^ have been investigated and the response the field units have given us following these incidents," they said. A CREDIT "The Ogden City Police offi- £| cer is a credit to the community and the state," the letter stated. Special commendation was given to detectives Frank Pa- delsky and Gary Barnes and to Harold Powell of technical services. They were commended for "their professional ability and initiative in handling the follow- i G.LL V1JIJ-1CUJ. •*-* **»**«*•* ——- — said Campbell was arrested after he was reportedly seen lighting some' paper on fire in the apartment. . He said charred paper was mnd in two locations at the iup of a stair case and some burned matches, papers • and ashes on the stairs. SHEEK LINGERIE for adult! only "BOUTIQUE 21" 3870 Washington Blvd. Would up to $25,000 make life brighter? Money builds up in your house. Every time you make a house payment. Every time property values go up. 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