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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Ogden, Utah I4A Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, July 20, 1973 OUEENIE Navajos Battle Utah for Right To Millions of Dollars in Oil By PETER W. GILLINS ANETH, Utah (UPI) The State o! Utah will have to fight the Navajo Indians at least one i-more time to keep millions of dpllars worth of oil royalties Jrom land in the Aneth oil ruled in June its statehood enough at that time to ly older than the well knownlijuarry of Utah's Dinosaur known as til dinosaurs." lional Monument "graveyard" of MOUNTING TOLL In Utah Kill Associated Thurscky, a two-car Highway accidents in crash Lethan on have claimed the lives of 91 killed aRiverton, Wyo., persons, three in a and injnrei three others. three-car collision on U.S. victim vas Identified as near Scipio, the Utah Rae Cornish, 27. His wife, Patrol 27, vas listed in good The patrol said the in Jiab County Hospi- ;im fatality occurred on U.S. at Nephi. near Scipio when a southbound vehicle spun out of control on FAIR slick stretch of highway occupaits of the other slammed into a George I. Gossen, 33, and car. The northbound mother, .tganitha Neufeldt, was hit from behind by a both of Richmond, B.C., car, the patrol in fair condition at the hospital FLAMES sad Vickie Lynn The southbound vehicle burst into flames upon 17, of Morgan, died in a pickup crash. She was The patrol said from ne truck after it of the victims, one from out of catrol on old U.S. car, will be withheld near Entrprise, sheriff's notification of relatives. [deputies SAVE OVER mals) with (two short footed stubby am- toes not much larger than chickens; larger flat-footed quadrupeds exhibiting obscene matter, un- der the law. state's new obscenity Robert Loya, 26, was arrested Thursday as a result of a July 10 hearing in which Canyon County officials obtained two x- rated movies as evidence upon which to base their complaint. of a doubt to join in voting for i (four footed animals) about conviction." :30 inches long; three-toed small j dinosaurs; four footed sharp clawed, lizard-like animals, lar- ge scorpions; an abundance of worms and the pterosaurs lived in the area, he said. "It is puzzling to find a vari- ety of tracks in what appears to be a sandy wasteland. The prints indicate there were well- watered spots like modern-day i oases Rosebud County Atty. Wil- liam F. Meisburger reviewed the evidence presented during two days of prosecution testi- mony of a Forsyth gas station attendant, Clyde Brumfield. Brumfield had said he saw the Kalberg's vehicle the night he was slain about 20 miles from ____ in the Sahara Desert Forsyth at a highway rest area. where communities of plants and animals could take up tem- 2 ESCAPED Authoriies said his car was charged with second- degree account. The account I ued until porary existence." Paleontologists, Stokes says, With Purchase of Two Gallon of Bennett's Quality Paints BENNETT'S VI-KO EXTERIOR LATEX SEMI-GLOSS ...2 90. ENAMEL CHOOSE FROM TOO's OF COLORS bond Thp The murder in the death of a man now S1-45 and ac-1 misdemeanor who lay in a coma for several 'cumulates at a rate, of approxi- months after a barroom to per Kenneth Peterson. 31, was ar- rested Thursday, arraigned fi t MICH UllVCil iU IVilllll., by Rhodes and shields> who es_ k ai JS a depending on how much o'n oil is produced. the charge, and freed on bail pending preliminary hear- ing Aug. 17. He is accused of killing Mar- low Battey, 44, Salt Lake City. Salt Lake County Sheriff's deputies said the two men had a. fight in a local tavern March 7.1. GAS SHORTAGE TALK DELAYED SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Rep. Wayne Owens, D- Utah, told a crowd of about 250 Thursday night that his car ran out of gasoline en route to his scheduled Town Meeting. The freshman con- g r e s s man had scheduled the meeting to discuss the gasoline shortage. The Navajo Tribe currently receives the royalties on all the wells on the reservation except the two school sections, Miller said. "Now after all these years of he added, "It loolts like we are finally going to court." caped from a Mountain Home, Idaho, jail the day before Kal- STAYED OPEN iberg was shot a number of The theater has remained 1 times, open since the hearing and has FBI officials testified during substituted other films and con- tinued newspaper advertising. Loya said about his arrest, "crooked politicians are getting fat on the anti-pornography bandwagon." He said he plans to fight the charge because he believes what he is doing is "right." the trial that the car found near Emmons had fingerprints on it that were identified as those of the defendants. Shields and Rhodes were ar- rested in Memphis, Tenn., and attempted to pawn a watch be- longing to Kalberg, authorities said. COOL OFF SUMMER WITH AN i ORIGINAL AUTO GLASS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT Specializing in insurance claims Free pick up I delivery I Radco sliding glass doors windows Tempered glass products IT'S TIME TO RESCREEN PADCO Sliding Windows and Doers CUSTOM AIR CONDITIONERS-0-- SUPER COOL POWER QUICK COMFORT QUIET OPERATION AS LOW AS Mod. AXM 060-2 "YOU CAN SEE THRU OUR BUSINESS" Glass service when you need it NORTHERN UTAH GLASS CO. 2322 Grant Ave. 399-5691 Warehouse 2041 IN BRIGHAM IN ROY 132 N. Main, 723-3446 825-2285, 6051 5. 1900 2268 Washington Ph 393-4344 lACKOSS f ROM JON MAICHI A HOKTH Of WOIM Stop die simmer! LENNOX- central cooling is just a phone call away. 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