The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 16
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 16

Ogden, Utah
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Thursday, October 7, 1971
Page 16
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2B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 "tr-"r ! T.'~S i Tii> J iQUASH AIDS HIEVES' Burglars.have been known to .use almost anything at hand to gain entry, but ... a squash? A squash was used to gain entry into the home of Walter Pierce of 729 N. Mountain Road and the burglars made off with two firearms. . Lt Jade Larsen of the Weber County Sheriff's Office said the squash was thrown through a window by the burglar.'. --v^^v O •« - ;--^ws^ iv^g-^«-«* ^3^J^t3^«^^V-T^ „ '. - 'V-. "" "^T-'^idBisfi'Yt-KS.**T^V''4:, -""s rV »*,?\'*^ ••'.-' s -°i s: ^ -tU*"-"'?-'"> ; - x '.-^•'^^^••K has been slowed down due to a shortage of needed school. State School Building Jobs Progressing Three major construction projects at the Utah State Industrial School are progressing well, according to Supt. Claud Coming along is a $196,730 project to install two new boilers and extend the schools heating system. NEW GENERATORS Scheduled for Dec. 1 completion, workers are hurrying to meet the deadline because the school heating system Willie out of commission project is finished. Construction workers have already lowered into place two new steam geneTator^ capable that will be constructed r P uW oft 1,500 pounds of toe *d» of-the campus; until the Included with the road is the installation of a chain link fence that will be constructed on steam per hour. The next step is to -put the roof on the heating plant, make the boiler connections and finish the extension of delivery various parts of the . The construction of a perimeter road around the campus is almost completed men preparing to phalt paving sometime within the next week or so. pipes to campus. project got under way Monday and will be completed soon after the road. Supt. Pratt indicated that the road will provide easier access to the campus while the road- and-fence combination will improve""- security measures and with work- lay the as- serve as a-deterrent to potentia escaping students. Progress ou the new $190,00< SIS infirmary has been slowe down due to difficulties in ob taining needed construction m< terials, according to Mr. Pratt "I'm a little disappointed ii the progress, but I feel the con tractor is doing all he can ii view of the problem," the superintendent added. He noted that construction OgdeniteShot During Brawl; Oaden~High Will Offer | Listed Serious ^ A 49-vMr-old Offden man WE Swimming Instruction Nevada Trip Okayed For SchoolChie Complaint Filed to Restore Ogden-S.L Passenger Train A complaint has been filed in U.S. District Court, Washington, U.O. UlSI4At-l< *-*JlU ii, tT«^J.*«<E>*"-") --«•- -- to force Atty.. Gen. John Nl Haswell said. thrice weekly Ogden-Denver runs until June 1975, Mr. Mitchell to take legal action in Dropping of the Salt Lake- restoring passenger train ser-ogden rail service was contrary vice between Ogden and Salt to the Rail Passenger Service — ' "" — J Act, Mr. Haswell alleges. Prior to Amtrak, the Rio Grande's ..Zephyr connected at Ogden with westbound Southern Pacific's City of San Francisco at 10:15 p.m. and eastbound at 7 Lake City en "the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Plaintiff is the National A .s s o' c i a t i on- of Railroad .Passengers. Anthony Haswell is chairman .and attorney, for .the organization, which seeks to preserve rail -passenger traffic. TAKE VIOLATIONS Mr. Haswell asserts the attorney general is charged .with taking violations of the Rail Passenger Service Act of 1970 to federal court. The plaintiff contends the Rio a.m. trackage and station rights. The Rio Grande trimmed its Ogden-Salt Lake consist to a passenger car which hooked on to the full train which terminated and originated at Salt Lake City. On June 14, the Rio Grande announced discontinuance of the train's run to and from Ogden but provided limousine service CHANGED SCHEDULE The Ogden, School District has purchased a-heart screeffingjle- ricewhich'-it is expected PTA workers can be trained to operate, Dr. William L. Garner, superintendent, has told, the Ogden Board of Education. Dr. Garner said a nurse will be trained first in utilization j of the device, and she in turnj will instruct the PTA workers. SECOND MACHINE If the system works out, a second machine will be purchased. The devices are Thiokol products. In other actions the board: , —Approved a trip to Reno, Nev., to a regular meeting of the Northwest Accrediting Association for Dr. Garner and Alvin Carter, Ogden High principal. Dr. Garner said .that personal appearances before the ac crediting committee help considerably in gaining accreditation. ... —Approved a modification in San Francisco-Chicago passen ser schedule and the Rio Grande told the state Public Service Commission it could not meet westbound connections to San Francisco at Ogden. Rio Grande spokesmen said the Ogden-Salt Lake run for the Zephyr \cost $700 each round trip. To enter the Ogden Union Depot yards, the Rio Grande ______ „„ ___ r . „ ________ , ___ had to pay Southern Pacific for was required to continue its I switching costs as well _ as fJU-k ^/l V v i«N»*» •*•«.— — between Ogden Union Depot and the Rio Grande passenger CHANEL/ S « u ! l ' u " , lotion in Salt Lake City for Amtrak on May 1 changed tne |»^ assengers . an Francisco-Chicago passen- ^F"* 1 * *>, _ Grande halted Salt Lake City- Ogden service on June 14, 1971, two months, after Amtrak began operating. The Denver-based railroad did not join the National Rail Passenger Corp. (Amtrak) and DEPARTS OGDEN The limousine departs Ogden Union Depot Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 6 a.m. with passengers for the eastbound Zephyr departing Salt Lake City at '7 a.m. Westbound passengers to Ogden arrive in Salt Lake City Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. and; are brought to Ogden within • the hour. ' _ . A swimming program featur-'ll a.m. Sffi' for everyone at Senior lifesaving is open only A 42-year-old Ogden man was shof in the stomach Wednesday evening, apparently a s an after-j ar y math of an earlier "bar room patient brawl." was scheduled to be completed in 30 days but will probably require 90 days to finish. NOT URGENT However, the school's temporary infirmary is functioning well and Mr. Pratt doesn't place an urgent priority on finishing the structure. When completed, the infirm- 1 contain complete out- facilities, 11 sickrooms REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND STEAK ASS'T. RED RIBBON SIRLOIN or T-BONE & CLUB STEAK $1A29 I 09 Ifl $ 1IY I Ib. Ill Ibs. IU RED RIBBON PORTERHOUSE STEAKS T? b . 10 $ " 95 RED RIBBON SHORT RIBS 3 $-129 Ibs. I ing something for everyone at almost any level of swimming ability will begin with first classes Saturday at Ogden High School Pool. The program, to be taught by water safety instructors of Bonneville Chapter, American Red Cross, will offer five classes in swimming, one in diving and three lifesaving courses. ADVANCED CLASS Advanced swimmers may enroll for synchronized swimming to persons 15 years of age or older. MORNING CLASSES All morning classes will be Fidencio Carbajal, 42, of 2477 Lincoln was reported in-"serious"' condition today in the intensive care unit at St. Benedict's Hospital wirn a bullet $5 per 10-week course with 45- mintrte sessions. The lifesaving course for Boy Scouts is the lone exception at 25 cents per lesson for an abbreviated program. All meet Saturdays only. Saturday evening a daily competitive swimming course will begin with workouts on a . wound in has abdomen. MJTSTS: to ISfiS 4to7 6 p.m.'schedule Monday activity for the^day^says pool ^ugh^Saturda^ ^ ^ ^ dren up through their teens who can display advanced swim- director Donis Erickson. Three swimming courses beginning, advanced and inter- , mediate — will be offered in dif- , capable of handling 20 students and an intercom system throughout the building. the district's payroll procedures under which principals will bring in payroll sheets during their regular trips to the d,istrict office, rather than having them picked up by the central office staff. —Heard a report from Dr. Garner that students in the district's two high schools have "at games night foot- aij. LIU^ j ^w*. • Dr. Garner gave much of the credit to student body officers in the two schools, who have helped with pafcroling. ... RED RIBBON GROUND BEEF Ibs. 29 been well behaved since the return to ball this year. said| Pan-i Patrolman Don Moore the incident occurred in * ^ , cho's tavern at 202 25th at about 7:30 p-m. Witnesses told the officer Mr. Carbajal llG ilclQ ww-w*« i—Q--—- o earlier. They said Mr. Carbajal had struck the man in the face with a pool cue. Patrolman Moore said witnesses told him the man later returned, stood by the front door, fired three shots at the was shot by a been fighting man with ming ability, Mr. Erickson!victim and ran from the scene. f^rareas'aIl"o-lTa:m., while says: " Witnesses described the assau- enrollees in . beginning, diving .Cost for the com P et!tiye_class will meet at the same time. Three lifesaving classes for juniors, seniors and Boy Scout merit badge applicants meet at will be $3 a month to members and $5 to non-members of the Ogden High six issxiu- as a male Mexican, about! feet three inches tall andj weighing about 200 pounds. They _• . T __ ___ .*. _ t~t~^^]-iMrt" ^iiaaTrilv ELECTION, DINNER TO HIGHLIGHT UTAH EMPLOYES EVENT TONIGHT The annual dinner meeting of District One Utah. Public Employes Association will take place tonight at 8 in Ogden's Chuck-A-Rama with record attendance expected. Mrs Richard Cook, chapter chairman, says good participation is expected from the district's 800 members and from area legislators. Last year's meeting set a record with over 300 in. attendance. The meeting is open to association members—numbered among city and county, as well as state, employes—and guests for a ?2 fee. Primary business of the meeting will be election of board members to fill vacancies created by the expiration of terms of Donald Tatton and Marv Peters. Terms are for two years. _ , _ Other board members are Mrs. Cook, Charles Dunaway. Effie M. Sackett and Gene Hodson. Dinner will follow a social hour beginning at 7 p.m. FRYERS, whole Ib, 29c PORK SPARE RIBS 49c Ib. FRESH MILK Glass Bottle Gal. deposit PORK CHOPS (10 Ibs. $6.39) RED RIBBON BEEF LIVER 3 Ibs. 1 09 RED RIBBON CUBE STEAK 98c BACON (SLICED) 2 . bs . 98c RIB STEAK 98c (10 Ibs. $8.95) RANCH STYLE STEAK 59c (10 Ibs. $5.79) Ib. RED RIBBON MEATS GROUND ROUND TO- (5 Ibs /VC $3.89) "TWO LOCATIONS SUNSET OGDEN 2001 N. Main 1117 Wash. 825-8374 393-1655 Reserved for the Best Room in the House SOFAS and CARPETS CARPET & FURNITURE ^g-*^^ ; ; •• 3700 Riverdale Road 393-5369 Shop our Friday night specials THROW RUGS 1 .GOING, ALMOST FOR A SONG! SCORES OF SENSATIONAL BARGAINS! BE HERE EARLY TO SNAP UP THE BEST BUYS FOR YOUR HOME 60 Rolls on the Floor For you to see and choose from. for your added convenience | use our CONTINUOUS CREDIT plan] for your purchases 500 colors, more from our racks LEE'S' , Announces a special new carpet from Lees at a very special price JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES 1. Tough durable DuPpnt nylon 2 Special Lees anti-soil treatment 3. Special Lees anti-static treatmsnt 4. 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