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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
" : : ' ' " ' '; V ' . mmmmm mill INI MM Sprmgvill e Police Get Modern Records System By Josephine Zimmerman A complete SPRINGVILLE reorganization of all records and bookkeeping is underway by the Springville Police Department, according to Police Chief Ashley Graham. cards have been which received will provide the a complete with department cross-filin- g system by names, offenses and numerical occur' ence. When a case is reported, a file sheet in triplicate is filled out. One copy is for the officers only, one is on public file, and the third goes into an "offense" file. The file covering offenses has such divisions as public safety, vandalism, lost and found, attempt to locate, disturbing the peace, thefts, burglaries, fines, New record ' i "I . ! . lie Police Chief Ashley Graham shows is a part of tKe reorganization of records POLICE GET FILE SYSTEM-Springpart of the new filing system which and bookkeeping in the department. vi , r matters, non-traff- ic it , family OCTOBER 8, 1960 Utah County,, Utah HIGHLAND - Thompson has. returned to her home after receiving medical care in the Utah Valley Hospital troubles, prowlers, juvenile .de linquency, etc. There is a special file for do and a complete file for traffic. Whenever a person contacts th department for any reason, "name card" is filled out, giving the nature of the contact. Persons committed to the local jail will be tallied in a separate file, and a complete list of all property taken from him will be made. When he is signed in, he must sign a card and mark it with his thumbprint. When the personal property is turned back to him, he signs again and marks the card with, his thumb print, Chief Graham points out that the new system is going to operate smoothly, and will be invaluable in investigating and check ing cases. The system is approv ed by the FBI and National Safe' ty Council. Members of the department in for the; past - ' ' J - Salem Main to Become Non-Sto- p Th rou gh Street Reed Mrs. DAILY HERALD MONDAY, Highland Resident Recovers At Home 10 days! Lyman Buhler- has returned .SALEM A revision of stop During the -- year ending in home after being employed for September, Salem had six accithe past three weeks in Sandy, signs On Salem's Main Street will street with no dents with only one personal inOre., with his brother, Elmer make. it a through or except stops pedestrians, the jury accident. Buhler. announced. AH Council has City Plans are being considered for or streets crossing Mam entering Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Myers ; and granddaughter, Dell, attend Street will have "yield" signs improving the sidewalks for ed the wedding reception in Lo posted and the present stop signs pedestrian use, especially by on Main at Center Street will sthool children. gan for a son, Grant,! and the also be changed. mer Linda Thatcher, All other stop signs in the city SERVICE SKILLED will be maintained in the present is the Cheapest. Service Skilled NUMBER RISING locations and the speed limit of PROMPT - EXPERT - REASONMINNEAPOLIS .(UPI) ABLE Service for all TVs. iRadios, The 25 miles per hour .will be enforcRecord Players. Recorders, ApMinneapolis - St. Paul franchise ed. The use of radar equipment anything Electrical pliances. For one will give the' National Football has been procured and periodic of our Skilled why not try Technicians. 14 1961. y in teams League .checks will be made on city streets and Highway 91. addition to Chief Graham are A centerline on Main Street David Nusink, Howard Alien, Ray from Highway 91 south to First VK? Davis, J. 'D. Daltoft and Jack South is planned as a safety ITT781 No. University Ph. FR ' . I Windlev. measure. - . - l - 3-1- I ; - , . V . ) Around and About UTAH COUNTY By MILDRED B. HALL FR 3-85- 63 Mr. and Mrs. Dean Christensen of 49 E. 7th S.',. Pleasant Grove, were .off by plane Saturday morning for Denver where they boarded a jet plane" bound for, a week's vacation in Hawaii. The trip was Ii.ini.ii.wi awarded to Mr.. Christensen through a contest sponsored by the Gibson Company for whom he is employed. The Christensens expected to visit all of the! islands, in the Hawaiian group by helicopter. They will be among many winners attending the convention there. . &sw&gl ' ; MsiBsJ . -- Wt'1' i xJF mmmmm ' iU kr - ''" . , : ' ' "'' ' J r" ' y? ' j' Guests during the past week at the. home of Mr. and Mrs J Alma, Miner in Springville included Mrs. Miner's sister, Mrs. 'A. 6. Mr. Monson of Long, Beach, Calif., also a brother and sister-in-laThe Sacramento. of and Mrs. Randall Roylance Roylances stopped, en route to the east coast where they will vacation. The visitors! also spent time with a sister Mrs. Leon Weight in Provo. w, -- V " ' - I "! ' .' The birthday anniversary of Mrs. Charles J. (Beth) Miller was noted Friday evening when, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lewis had the family in for "dinner at their home. Covers were also laid for the Miller children, Sharre, Linda, Brent and Craig. ; Mr. and Mrs. Mar K.' (Relva) Prestwich and daughter, Kristine Kay, former Provoans, have; been visiting a few days this week in Provo with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Moylje Stubbs, and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Prestwich in Orem. Mr. Prestwich, who is teaching school in Moab, also attended meetings, of the (Utah Education Association held in Salt Lake City. .1 ber...en Al tap premium triht liht, . - : F: , Fred and Irene Peterson Finlayson, now of Chicago, are noting ; the birth" of a baby boy in their new location. They formerly resided in Provo. Mr.4 Finlayson is engaged in work toward a doctor's at Northwestern University . in Chicago. The maternal grandparents who live in Provo are Mr. and Mrs. Austin Peterson. degree Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mclntire from Ojai, Calif., arrived in Provo during the weekend a little in advance'of the upcoming LDS General Conference sessions, in order to have a more extended visit with their daughter, Ramona, her husband, Kenneth Ludlow v . and their children. j j The MIA Girl's Canyon Home in North Fork of Provo Canyon furnished a beautiful fall settirtg during the week for a supper and social which honored the officers and teachers of all the organizations in Bonneville LDS Ward. Following supper each organization presented a skit. Some 80 honored guests and .their partners at ended. -- i f, Tn n Wedding receptions as low as $25 " timp Dinning Room, Phone (adv.) Wedding: gifts and Shop, 141 North University. for Christmas. Christensen's Gift City Court Parade Robert Park Gets Navy Certificate For Achievements lay-a-Wa-ys (adv.) Youth, Awaits ...... Trial On Theft Charge Howard Allan Horton, 21, Spanish Fork, charged with burglary of r , Pioneer Motor-V- u Theater, waived preliminary hearing, and was bound over to Fourth District Court from Provo City T . Court. Trial for Julio Jose Marques, 51, 58 W. 3rd S., charged with while under the influence driving of intoxicating liquor, has been set fopJan. 4, 1961, in Provo City Court. . Trial for Melvin Hill, 26 W. 4tlr N., charged in Provo City Court with "driving with wanton disregard for safety of persons and property," has been set for Jan. 19, 1961 after, he pleaded ' innocent. . Seaman Apprentice Robert D. son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parkj Park has re turned home a f t e r graduation from basic naval training at San Diego, Calif. While in boot r camp, he received a certificate of achievement for receiv... Mr. Park ing the highest marks on each test given. He will leave for San Francisco Oct. 5 for further training in electron ics. yj ; 1 - -- , Wallace Melvin Mangum, 52, N. 6th W.,- changed his- plea from innocent of driving while under the, influence of intoxicat' ing liquor' last June to guilty, and was fined $150 by Provo City V Court. 635 - - : t Robert Lee RADIATION ACTION WASHINGTON (UPI) least 33 At states and the District of Columbia have either banned the fluoroscopes for g purposes or have adopted strict regulations' for such devices. Dr.Leroy E. Burney, surgeon general of the Public Health Service, said these actions "are the result of rapidly widening recognition by state governments that all unnecessary radiation ex posure should be avoided.' use of x-r- ay shoe-fittin- mm McConnell, 26, Estes Park, Colo., forfeited $35 for reckless driving on Sept. 16, of the county attorney, with the according to Provo City Court defendant paying court costs of records. $1.35.1 ii. beer brewed with crystal pure water A-1...- ihe ' . Elmo Blood, W. 90 :a mmm&JsA . . nm.m Y' issiin ' M' 5th S., charged with issuing a fraudulent check' for $3, was bound over to Fourth District Court from Provo City.' Court. ' t. ,;':.! - j, "... 'i ' ui . " n' v. - V. .mriw-" ' V m ' - a . ,':-'"- !. .. f" , , . ' Alrnon Hyrum Clegg, 24, 136 EJ 1st S., pleaded guilty to a charge of lewdness, and was fined $100 by Provo City Court. x, v Charges against Orval no age or address listed on complaint of .issuing fraudulent checks, were dismissed by Sxpem City Gc3?fct&G3 CloSa3 Fast, experienced, reliable Installation while you are doing your shopping town.' ." : . downV j. Paint V ' r : 1 - .. . Lam-oreau- lit - J : - ... ,: , ; - ' ... -- V Located conveniently at: ist West 170 N. 51 ' ! LVv :u " V ' v . ' .'ij ji ' . ' . . f "f! - . ..; ' !' ; .!::.. ' . V !... ' - , J . ' , , ' f 1. - ':. . ' ,.-. " ,. ,, ' '.v ' h ' , r v '1"