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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
DAILY HERALD Decides Upon Program of City Advertising Springville Counci I Okehs Crackdown On Delinquent Power User Accounts TUESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1960 Utah County, Utah Provo Qouncil Okehs Land Swap With Opening Due On Canal Lining OL Site Option Stafe; App roves Bid Bids SPANISH FORK (UPD 12 next of will be which were re not could opened le September, Tuesday on auiries why boat fees 11 concrete He a He and sold. canal deemed said $100,000 lining dogs used to deepen, the' channel. said he had been informed by in custody were given good care. project at Spanish Fork. It inStreets Superintendent W. 0. Facer He said only about 800 Provo dogs volves 24,200 feet of canal lining that the city had spent! $134,0p0 are licensed of an estimated 1500 on three ditches. worth of time on the Provo Boat in the. city. He described efforts The Spanish Fork South Irriga-o- n to few all the licensed, get dogs past yeaijs. Harbor during Co. project is the largest . Officer Assistant Mayor Stella Oaks, canal lining project every underFrpd City Personnel Lundberg said the lake was Jso former president of Utah County taken by the Utah Water and low it , would require very exten- Child Guidance Clinic said the Power Board. now a part of the Bids will be opened at the home sive channeling ;out of the har- clinic Health Department and of canal company president Lawbor. There are sand bars: all over the lake, he saidi Mr. Connell s4id handling adults as well as children rence Johnson in Spanish Fork. will not have a fund drive this The lining project will be comr the city has no funds for extensive channeling. year. However, Utah Valley Sym pleted next spring. at first phony wiU hold a benefit concert The council approved woiild 114 which for the clinic this Thursday, reading Ordinance to Six rezone from Residential Only One in Utah Commercial one a small area at She pointed out' that the clinic is $2500 to $3500 900 West Center, and set pud ic the only one of its kind in the state and one of the few in the hearing for Nov. jr., h west, Mayor Lloyd Cullimore not-inDog Report of . :j importance Frank Schmidt. Provo dog catc'h preventive in work done 48 the said Utah nicked does up clinic, by rp rpnortpd State Hospital has some 50 children among its patient population. The council agreed to proclaim Oct. 24 as United Nations Day and cooperate with schools and other Ellhon AM Kill CAN FOHK BORN In observance. . agencies robwas 139 HOSPITAL E. VALLEY Main, Cleaners, AT UTAH The Proover the weekend bed sometime city manager reported ... j, Today: Girl to James and Donna Jean vo. will buy 14 uniforms for Civil with clothing valued at between Defense officers, $2500 and R35O0' taken. The loss Ellison nasmussen of Provo. In describing future plan lor the was discovered Monday morning. Girl to Vauchrt and Laltuc Sim- city, he said all new subdlvikions nionn Longer Orem. The robbers tore the back door will have utilities underground, and off with an old shovel to gain Monday; Hov to Hviics and Dcaijna when older sections arc. revamp- entrance, A car had apparently ed they also will have power line been parked near the door, Smith Iloihlnu'lcr of Provo. ' Bov to William and Joann Jvol placed underground. . Ray Ellison, the owner, discov- . would needed, of reports finances printing city ' ' twice k month, in alternate one ning approved: advertismenis. LI. A land swap, with State Fish page and "half-pag-e The ;council approved a resoluSc Game., course director 2. Federal option to purchase tion granting golf 90 William Johnston days; in which d Eldred Recreation. 'Hall and: inventory of his golf property south of it for a to liquidate pro shop in event of job terminapossible post office site,' to 3. A golf shop inventory liquida- tion, but giving the city option JOAN GEYER Provo City Council Monday eve- plus By additional ! ' ( j j city-owne- purchase. tion agreement. Harbor Complaints adver4. Purchase of teitv manaeer said nc Jiaa The tising space to present co umns been receiving many coniplaintslof written by. city officials. low water in the harbor and jn- Councilman Frank Killpack asked, the council to authorize the mayor to deed to Utah State Fish & Game Department about two acres of city land described as on the east side of Ninth East just across-frothe city reservoir tanks just below the turn. Councilman Killpack said a portion of the land was on the ly i School Board Candidates j Make Filings -- hilL . ' ; ; j . . the Fish & Game . In return, will deed to Provo some 25 acres of land near the city sewage plant. The department will not itself use the Ninth East land but Willi trade it to a real estate: firm for a jdown-tow- n site for a regional office. Earlier Trade Sought The Fish & Game Department bad Earlier sought to trade Provo for a site near the National Guard Armory on Fifth North, but Council man Ariel' Iiallif had advised against, diminishing NorthJ Park - districts, j They were: Provb School District: Evan M. Croft, municipal wArd five In northeast Provo. inewnv bent; and Dr. Milton Marshall, municipal ward one, southeast Provo,! incumbent. Alpine School District: J. Murray Rawsorj, Orem, municipal ward five: and George I, Horie, Lehl, municipal ward - " " ' With deadline- looming Friday, five candidates had fi led today in the three Utah County school area.- i r - - i . The council approved option to the federal government fori possible use of Eldred Recreation Hall land and property, south of lit for a post office site, and agreed that if the sale went through space would, be found elsewhere for Senior ' Citizens activities. jKunds realized from such sale would be placed in "a fund for a civic center and recreation hall. Advertising Approved Upon recommendation of City Manager Edward J. Connell, the council approved purchase of V.'z pages of advertising per month to "explain views on different subjects in pur own manner. . ." He said Individual couricilmen would be- - assigned columns in which to report on their sections of city government, andLreports would be written regularly from various. city departments, He ald 25 per cent of the space would b uied for --f 'i two. Nebd School District: ' ty ;! ',,-- ) Th loss, " , g; Statistics . American Fork Store Robbed Of Clothing ; j stad Healcy of American Fork. ' " usage. Councilmen also stated that de linquent power accounts must j be paid up within 60 dayjl if service is to be continued." in the past delinquent users have been to pay the current bill 20 per cent of tlie back bill plus thus giving lhem fiviH months to j pay up. Authorization Given Mcllllton Roberts, jwaterworka superintendent, was authorized to begin a program of ric'lltting pipe Joints in the city's water system with bpecial seals in order to cut down on leakage. Ire-quir- ed i ered the loss. The robbers were selective taking mostly pants and skirts both from the jfront showcase and the back workroom. Investigating wan It i c h a r d Francom of Amerlcab! Fork po lice, who reported the loss want covered by insurance. Mr. Roberts reported that lead joints throughout the city's" system are leaking badly and should be repaired, so that f water may be pumped from the new wells which the city is planning. One of the wells is now ' being drilled. Mr. Roberts reported that his department can repair approximately 20 joints per day using a special rubber or neoprene seal which fits over the joint so that the connection does not have to be broken. He declared1 that, the most serious leaks are along the water line on 10th South Street. Plans Okched , Council authorized city en The gineer John Neff to draw up' plans and specifications for ceirrigation ditch menting which serves the east bench area of the city. The council budgeted $5000 for the project this year In order to cut down on the loss of Water through seepage along the ditch. The city will call for bids when plans are completed. A resolution was passed to transfer $50,000 from the cemetery truat fund to the special Improvement district No. 8 in order to finance that project. This In10-in- ch Ill-li- debtedness ne Iremain a vvll Men on the property involved until paid back by the property owners. The special Improvement project now under construction Involve the. installation of. curb, gutter and sidewalk Jn scattered areas of the city. Police Chief Ashley Graham received council approval of a. proposal that anXmoney handled by police officers, other than bail be turned Over to the city recorder and handled through the city office. Ball money is turned directly from the officer receiving it over to the justice'of th peace. Makes Recommendation Chief Graham also recommended that any money received by officers for serving legal papers be turned over to th city treas urer since the papers are iserived on city time. The police chief suggested that his officers steer away from handing money on dog cases.! No officer will be permitted to die a clos oi't of Impound for any reason except to destroy It. Dogs released to the owners or sold will be done so by city employees of the disposal plant where the pound Is located after they have received a receipt fo& authorization from the city Mr. and Mrs. George Here Now! General Motors and BnicliJ introduce Glen H.- and Beverly Booth Smith of Qrcm. Girl to James and Susan Rogers Makin of Orem. Girl to Lynn a id Nedra Whitney Walker of Prov Boy KiwaniansTo Hear Talk On Utah State Hospital I, L M; to - " - r Guest speaker at Thursday's Provo (Kiwanis luncheon meeting will be Dr. Owen P. Heninger, Superintendent of the Utah State Hospital. His- - subject will be, "How Close Are You to the'State r 'Hospital?" lit? Mil be. introduced; by br. John M, Bowen, program chair picture,' The city li now upending I.VKK) man, in charge of the Imeellng nr to advertl power. ThJ budgfH will his HnutftL would be Bbo!Ulirdf nd tlii money, klcnt of the club, . l. ' j ,' ' ISRAEL United U.N, CENSURES UPli-Th- if nnir JLJL " ii jM M e: JNa- CAIRO Hons Gaza Strip truce supervision commission censured pursuit" Into Thurwlay Israel for "armed the SinalJerrltdry of the Un ted Amb Republic ppl, 20, The rwflt cl?Ugfltlort boycotlN uhlch en t'ominJflon' nmiu, flortd fiv flt'f'Hflllon by " - ' I" THEJJEST OF DOTH WORLDS Now! The room, ride, go, prlda of. LOOI actio: U,A;R. the co&tlfest cars plus the tavingt and ea&o of the trrmll mV at this m ihm Ux nt ihn llufrk fohw, fan yrm tfohht tltfl (fra H UtiJili, inrit ComMm Ing mylnft iuenn wftii )ukV r:mn fort w) luxury! t'of n ullh tUU ir awl hip you get morn total n room ihnn In tlie vumm , , , tlic mmi kltvl of Control Arm ifprnlorj us tlie full-lzfIts '61 IhihU. An for l new aluminum V.fl nwl aluminum DuaM'tfth Turbine Drive give you tufac the pow iicr pound of most full-siz- e compacts (more even than many cars)! But, the biggest news is that all this is yours for just a wUitper. above the compacts! Oplioml it txtra cost (uU of Li YBIS BELRHDNIPW tlicspnciiil-siz- o ljr, BUICK SPECIAIj ...... I - ' y'fAii -J I WlUon, Instructors of the Small - Hops square dancing group, attended the meeting to rccjuent that the city again sponsor their clats under the city recreation program, Councilmen pralcd the Wilson for 'their fine work with the "young pcoupJc arid agreed to continue spon'sorKhip on the same banU an last year. Approximately 350 young students were gradu- ated from last year's class. Sunday oi-em- - . ..i . fa:JV! ' ; '., vj vi Smaller than big - - ; Bigger than small ' f STow! mmmmmmmmm Full size Irving in two new-siz-e L'- . . V,- - 444ijP.llIM0CrJv i.i i.i ill, "DTji ji. &$ Jr or JD CC 3Q0Q surprises 'I-':- WOC J JOQOOtJH I - AS FI N E, AS N EW, AS YOU CAN GO Now! Full comfort, full luxury, in a e new trimmer car! Now there's more room for all of you up, down, all around. For Buick is new clean through this from its big Comfort Zone right down to the ground. Doors are wider and the dog leg's smoothed away. A new driveshaft gives far more full-siz- easy-livin- g full-siz- e the full-siziggf OUNOefi; the stock exchange to enjoy this LOW PRICE TAAI6HT touftioN.WHitMK rj3riouGatxnr THE LIGHTER BOURBON foo-tiittur.ouTiLtm- a co.. lAWfttHcuuna, ixo. Hide-Awa- y flat floor space. A new Safety-frame lowers the door sills. New Control X Arm suspension smooths the bumps.J And wait till you try its new Wildcat V-streamlined from within for more go on less gas . . . and its new Turbine Drive, standard on every full-siz- e Buick! And, there's plenty more to see and be proud of. See your Buick Dealer today, see why , . '61 IS BUICK'S YEAR! gas-savin- g m$$irtom0mv$ SEE THE "EASY-OWNERSH- IP OW 7 YEARS OLD N ... 8, i Seven years in the wood does a tremendous amount of good for a bourbon. It adds mellowness for one thing . . . mildness for another. Today ... 7 year old Belmont Bourbon is the best buy for your bourbon dollar. The taste is all the better . . . the quality is all the finer . . . and the pnee hasn't changed at all. SAME 61 BUIGK tt HOCK You don't need a seat on fine 7 Year Old Bourbon e MAN" AT YOUR QUALITY DUICK '61 DEALER! 'f YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN PROVO IS i,:';:.;..; ... T ' P. r 'V CO. L3B I 2nd ' recorder. ' ; A- City-Coun- Girl to Charles A. and Jeanne Carroll II. Davis, Genola, muni Hauskticchtt five. ward Engbcrson of Prcfvo.' cipal No one had filed todate from Saturday: Girl to Tad and Alycc Shiba Hid- municipal ward 4, Payson area. Two vacancies arc up in each cshima of Orem. Bov to Ezra li. and Anna Lou of the sschool districts. Judd Patten of . j - ; j By JOSEPHINE ZIMMERMAN SPRINGVILLE A crack down on delinquent power accounts was authorized by the Sprijigville City Council meeting Monday night in regular session. On Ihe recommendation of Councilnan Murray Peay the city, fatheijjs voted to raise the. deposit fee inquired for new power connections. The fee for residential hookons Will be $20 which will be refunded at the end of six months. For a business connection the ee will be the equivalent of two months N0RTH- -1 st WEST .