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I i f ..: ;; . , Fourth District Court Metes Out Sentences - Kiwanis Hears Welfare --- Walter K. Molyneaux, 924 V; 1120 N., was sentenced to up to five years in prison Friday for of his three children, then given a suspended sentence-on-' condition he make regular payments of ' $140 per month through Utah Adult Probation and. v Parole Department. The action was taken by District Judge- Joseph E. Nelson on recommendation of District Attorney Allen Sorensen, who told the court he felt a voluntary order without the suspended prison sentence would, not be strenuous enough to compel payment. . Richard Arthur Dexter, 20, 1466 S. 760 E., Orem, pleaded guilty Friday afternoon to charges of rape, and judgment was set for Friday, Oct. 13. William J. Ebinger, 34, . alias non-suppo- rt - ' A 5 2 : -- AT DIMES MARCH CONFAB Three Provoans confer in San Francisco with Basil O'Conher,'1 far. right, president of the National Foundation of the! New March of Dimes? Photographed at a recent district .meeting vere, from' left, Gary M. Lloyd, county chairman of the 1962 fund drive ; .Mrs. James March chairman. county committeewoman, arid Mrs. Brian t Jacobs, county Mothers' ' W.-Webster- newly-appoint- ed V x v,x! . William A. Scott, 192 S. Univer- :' xj,'. xj :. Chairrridn Named for62JAdrch of Dimes Drive Francisco meetings on invitation and will be announced in the near v of the National Foundation were future. The New March of Dimes inMrs. Jame.s V. Webster, county Mrs. cludes, in addition to its tradiand committeewoman, Briant Jacobs,! county chairman tional emphasis on polio, funds for research assistance on arthriof the Mothers March. Mr. Lloyd, an active business- tis and birth defects. man in this city, is a graduate in "All business "institutions and business administration ht jj Brig residences in Utah County will ham Young University. Commit- be invited to assist in the fight teemen "for. activity throughout against polio, arthritis and birth thei county are being, appointed defects. The National Foundation for the New March of Dimes this week announced the appointment of Gary M. Lloyd, Provo, as .Utah County f chairnfan' for the Majrch Dimes 1962 drive scheduled through the month of January. Mr, Lloyd attended the ' annual district i meetings tieid in 'kan Francisco during the past week, Other members of the cdtinty committee attending , the San ! . , , Score on Thwarted Gang fight Prosecution: Three 'Charged, 18 Others Under Questioning ; - Three youths have been charged in juvenile court on adult couns of contributing to delinquency of minors, through advising and encouraging juveniles to riot and some 18 others have been or will be questioned- by police prior .to jcourf --appearances. This was the situation Saturday week after alert l little over-onProvo police stopped a gang fighf before it got started between Provo and Orezn fpuths at the city cemetery the nightfiof' Sept. 21.' Tom Joe Evans, 18, 569 S. 6th W., Provo, gat in the. Utah County jail from Thursday night, Sept, 21, until Tuesday, Sept. 26, before he yraised $500 bail and was released after pleading innocent to the charge. His hearing is set for Oct. 11 at 3 p.m. before Juvenile Judge Monroe Paxman. When arrested he was carrying a lethal - e in the juvenile ward of the county on Xriny leave at the time of the from night, Sept. 21, offense nd has riot yet appeared Thursday jail in court on the charge. Police? are completing .questionand ing of some 18 others-youthwill most filed be charges against of them, said Detective Kenneth until Monday, Sept. 25, when he was released after' completing a statement, on the affair.- - He will appear this week before Judge s, . Paxman. Milton Cowgill, 18, 337 S. Jeffry 3rd E., Provo pleaded guilty on the adult charge, was fined $200 and given six months in jau then placed on probation for an Array call. He left for Texas and Army duty the day of his trial.. Proba- When police broke up "what appeared to be a scheduled riot or gang fight, Sept. 21, two teenagers were picked up with weapons in their possession . - Others threw objects into the weeds near the cemetery, where police recovered such weapons as chains Welded to bolts and pipes, steel knuckles, rubber hose and shot gun shells. tion called for- six months of not fighting, not being present at a ' . ight, not encouraging and not threatening toj 'fight. .What he does in the Army is up to the Army, said Judge Paxman, but if he returns on leave during the probation it will be rigidly I' r enforced. Another- youth, Calvin Throckweapon. morton 18, 862 W. 5th S., provo, A ha been charged as an adult with , juvenile also! arrested carrying a weapon was held the contributing offense. He was - , -- pipe-and-cha- , h; in j . vZI . j ; J 4 rlu I r vw il lath's i ystf:-s;jiii- d crkuv Gre'y Leaf Axrninster Grey Leaf Axrninster Sandalwood Leaf r FLORAL LEA DESIGN 1 ; ' ' . & .... ....... 154.95 ........ 154.95 ... ... .". . ... .'. 124.95 . Ming Blue and Smoke Grey; Textured Nylon Brown Floral: Axrninster Wool and Nylon . . Beige and Brown Swirl Wool and Nylon 80, wool sq. yd. for- wear and,, 20 nylon, for ' durability, clear colors and Permanently cleanability.v mothproofed, colors. Nine exciting ! ; ers. 197.50 142.00 .174.50 119.50 " " ; Eighth aNorth, as examples, , Estimates of value, of the city. EU' county block . . 174.50 119.50 ' ft ce ' ' 'v . - . 144.95 . . . . . 121:50 Honey Beige 501 Nylon 119.95 Honey Beige 501 Nylon 154.95 Spice Beige 501 Nylon 92.50 Grey Rayon Nutmeg Tweed Super L Rayon and Nylon Shell Brown Bark Texture All Wool ,45.00 29.95 Beige 50 : U. ..... A .... II ' v p I L 'V't 2 Has tapered I Living Room Suite V-- 259-9- s 4 .:. - ,1 : j c Reversible Serofoam tush- ions " .....L, . j M: 12x13 . J Lifetime edge construction Deep sewn back JjeSign - New Miracle Fiber fabticsi Nylon or Trjendell . ' 12x12 12x12! Beige Scroll All Wool Wilton Grey with Flecks of Red, Black and Aaua . . 129.00 It. "Satisfaction guaranteed or yepr- money Plain Colors ,12xl6'9" 12xl0'6" 9x1 5'9" 12x12 in. Pole Lamp ' 8x7'8" 144.95 DaClv 11x16 1 JkA. 57 IJ II ' n:lU.:.. y fl y House Ti Blanket I ' " 10x7'6" ll4"xl0'6'f rt.x..l t Harmc-n- 1680 Features For children dens. colors. s Reg. 7.98. Made of .rooms, Cotton plus attractive reflector type shade at , .... . .1. 90 k rayon in' plain Kapok filling! Mi.? - it l-- 4 ; , n ? n V i ro f i I f ' ? : jxX' ? x " j ' ? ' I' i ' 5 ij; - - " rayjon. 28 Sizes range: , ht f' - ' 96 x 84 OPEf4 DAILY TIL 6 - MON.f FRI. 'TIL. 9, V.' ft V ' 12.93 LOTS AlsID LOTS OF FREE STORESIDE PARKING - v ','.acetate. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" ON x A SEARS REVOLVING CHARGE ACCOUNT PROVO ? ! i 48.x 84 ......:.." .., 6.98 72 x 84 ..L. 9.93 selection is large. ' i if ' Draperies 72 , 207 N. 1st WEST ! I Full Length , 10 ' Hi' I ' acrylic Sizes 72x90. Plain colors. IlurryN while the 2 bullet like lights top. ! i nn ..... if f ? W Vxi.v 12x13 9x10 ' ) i ; 54.50 I v?X! i 11x14 112.00 - : King Size Dinette Set 2-p- c. ' H ':'.--:v:--:;:'- 'Oakton" Sears Exclusive StyJing 115.00 All Wool, Wilton Sandal Wood i ' self-levelin- 34.50 Wool Nylon Bark Texture . . . . .! i Wim .1. .' .. S 26 to $J,4G4,000, ;as appraised , by three professional real estate i i , "ft"-"- - . 115.00 ATI $1,-320,9- rpnge-fro- , - Honey Beige 501 Nylon Shell Brown Bark Texture - 85.00 . . . , Mr. Millard then asked if the county would consider possible use of part of the county building block as site for a Provo. cjty hall and civic center, saying loca tion is ideal and, possible - site might be due east of the county, . building. However, the city would want tl acquire some adjacent, property such a proposal to enlarge si;te---- if ' .' was considered, "he said. Mr. Millard said the city has .5 under consideration .various "Vites, its.- - own parks (especially North the electric department and Park) lands betveen Fifth North and! i 11.50 WOOL 80 NYLON : 20 AXMINSTER A rich blend of ' 91.95 . . - fin n rnr3 Newest Danish styling with rich pattern topsl And so sturdily built g ornamental braces, plus gliders to protect floors. 6 chairs. legs, 143.50 Ming Blue and Smoke Grev Jexturd Nylon 099 . -- 104.00 Clay Beige with Rose and Blue All Wool Axm. Texture 100 Cantaloupe-Bar- k Nylon ...... Beige and Brown floral Axrninster J participation by' the Federal gov ernment during the last 10 years, he said. 48.00 Beige and Brown with Ming Blue Axm. . . . . Beige and Brown Textured Woo a nd Nylon ...... ... l. d, It's here 155.00 T wblack panel . 112.00 82.50 i 7-Pie- 165.00 Parchment IvOry Brown and Sand Swirl Parchment ' Ivory Brown and ?Sandk Swirl Beige Floral .1 NEW YORK (UPD The number of people in the United States vvill rise by 33 million by 1970 when total spending will1 hit $762 billion a year, up from $503 billion in 1960, the Bureau of Advertising predicts. The average family wf 11 have $8,100 a year after taxes, in terms of 1960 buying power x ' 20 per cent more than in 1960, the bureau said. v. NOW 38.45 . , o two-third- s, POCKET MONEY fflf 17.50 All Wool Wilton . - wm W) ;fn p.m.; 27.50 j The look; of sculptu red beauty. Extra heavy wool yarns are mothptoo'ed, durably slow to show dirt, soil and footprints; St sof colors. .at; L.w?kEGULAK 219.50 . . . . . f Spice BroWn Acrilan . Ivory Black and Grey Tweed AH Wool yd. - v (which is concerning dickeringstill in that stage with neither sid making any commitments) about what-tdos ' concerning the citjf and county's relationship ' to thej property. Each, needs . more office space and talk started about, one buying the other out proto the ap(where stage gressing to in been (failed have praisers evaluate the property. The county owns the city one-thir- d of the block and its three buildings (City and County Building, Trovo City Hall, and what? used to be the caretaker's home, now converted to offices.) ; If the figure is too high, the county reserves right to sell in stead of buy, with the. county's two-thir- d interest offered at double Provo's asking price on 'one-thircommissioners said Friday. If the city council would prefer to postpone dickering until after the city election Nov, 7, the coun ty vfoulJ like to be so informed, said County Commission Chairman Sterling Jones. T : ................ I t- - ajct-in- g' Mr. Millard asked if the county would consider purchasing lhc, ' then renting office city's space to Provo until Provo buildsa civic center. , Advantage to a lease would be" there ' would be no confusion as to who pays what ' share of what in .capital improvements, he said ' The county was Hoi interested ' in .this proposal. , Why lease when you can own as a partner?'5- - said commission- - : IT'S ROSY The, busi jtfEW YORK (UPI) ness outlook is rosy for the nation's rose grower. Selections fore t casts th Americans will buy a record breaking? SOiniliion rose plants within the next i2months, pushing sales of general nursery stock above the $1 billion mark for the second consecutive year. . . Spice Brown Acrilan 99 t Kiwanis Club, ' K Vice president Ray Heal conducted with Monrc Paxman as program chairman. Mr. .Holbrook said that $24,000,- 000 "is - currently beihg spent ior x public assistance in tne state, about half of which is federal funds.- - He said surveys show that less than one per cent is paid to undeserving persons. In 1947 1,300 persons were removed from welfare rolls and in 19481,960, he said. The national increases in aid has- been 36 per cent compared with a six per cent decline in Utah. From a 75 per cent above national average figure, Utah has now dropped to eight per cent below the national percentages, said Mr. Holbrook Reforms adopted in 1947 have made it possible to more ade quately aid tnose really in neea of assistance and help eliminate unlawful payments and fraud, ac cording to the speaker. . The .'increasing amount of money being spent currently is attributed to a 30 per cent increase in population and greater Utah County Commissioners Fri day, told Provo Planning Director Kenneth Millard they wanted Pro vo City to submit a figure for which the city. would sell its one- third interest in the City and Coun tj Block properties to the county. The request came at a meeting charge' of issuing a fraudulent check for $40, and trial was set for Dec. 14. . . ' There are some 34,000 persons is sued .a warning to. parents of Orem youth who are being allow ed to run city streets after the " curfew hours. Mr. Farnsworth reports that according to" the present city ordinance it is unlawful for minor persons under fourteen years of age to be on any of the streets, alleys, or public' places in Orem City between .12 midnight and 4 a.m. except when accompanied by a parent, guardian or other person having, the legal care and cus' tody of the minor. "Parents, are responsible or the welfare of their children and violations xcan result in parents receiving citations." "Mr. Farns worth said: Courify Asks City For Sale Price in Possible Purchase a- - 118.95 and Iv6ry Tveed j ad in or and Chief of Police : Pleasant Grove, pleaded innocent to .............. ... . ) Black . f. Manager O. V. 5 SUNDAY. HERALD 19G1 i Reg. Price .. i c: t.i wecu ri icm i uiuwii unu uyiu aii uu i Green and Gfey All Wool Wilton u A Farnsworth in Utah in need of public assistance according to Ward of the state welfare commission, who spoke at this Week'smeetlng of the Provo BOUND READY TO LAY CARPET REMNANTS ALL a ' 'el f Min39 mnd we. ppii out-runni- . J. Reed Burgener Saturday v "If youngsters are determined Fixed boundary lines did not to fight youths of neighboring exist on a large scale in Europe towns, let'j; match opponents in before the 19th century. In ancient the boxing rag,, and let them fight and medieval cinriet--. the limits of fairly," said the veteran police in- a state's jurisdiction were vigue A frontier had no international vestigator. "This is a better way than hiding recognition; it was simply the h. the dark and hitting someobe place where a government stop with" a steel pipe." ped asserting its authority. j six-mont- X Ftrshee. charged with f embezzling Our $165 from his employer, Chapel of Memories, was given one week continuance, r Over objections of the district attorney, district court remanded back to the city court for preliminary hearing Larry H. Morris, 18, 212 W. 2nd N., Heber, and Larry Allison Sundblom, 29, 178 N. 2nd E., Provo, charged With an officer attempting to cite them for speeding. After a chase, they were arrested and cited for agra-vate-d reckless driving. Mr. Sorensen saidhe felt " a great deal of court time was wasted by defendants who waive preliminary hearing in lower x;6urt;.heh promptly ask to have their case remanded back because they "fail ' to have a preliminary hearing." "I think every request should be accompanied by an affidavit citing what was done wrong in lower court," he said. sity, .;...:.. City OREM Commissioner SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1 Utalt .County, Utah Curfew Warning Issued by Orem '