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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Provo, Utah Abouf UTAH COUNTY By MILDRED HALL PR 3S563 or FR 30546 and Victor Lee and their daughter Diane of Provo Lees Laura Linn of Woods Cross have returned to their homes follow ing a few days tour of western Montana and Yellowstone Na tional Margaret Lund of is visiting in Provo with her Guy Lund and and Paul Lund and Barry from were also visitors for a week with the Stacey and Ann Frost of Ar are spending their summer vacation in Utah as guests of their American Fork Lists Building Permits for May BETTY SPENCER AMERICAN Building permits totaling were is sued during May tay City Building inspector Alfred Four new homes were with construction of fen ces and several remodeling and addition projects comprising the balance of building in the Permits were issued as follows Donald 385 Clifton William 266 4th well Keiths 180 8th residence and Wooton and 649 650 residence and carport Rolf 470 N 3rd addition to residence Joyce 319 Orchard Garlick 36 3rd residence and car James Chadwick 1030 1st Mrs Gerald 254 South 3rc addition to Edna 365 Center Vane Provost 151 2nd addition to resi dence and 238 1st home im Albert 385 2nd addition to Robert Crooks 136 James West on 1st residence and block rear of 336 Clifton 571 and 581 350 nd Norman Frost of and and uy liss Ester is pending the summer at Peruvian ki Lodge at which is serv ng as the temporary MIA sum mer replacing the lodge at Brighton which was destroyed by Ester is the daughter of and Joseph Hafen of and Orvin Wilde and son Garn of Provo have re urned from a weeks trip to the They stopped in Sal to visit with a sister and and Jyron Hertost who joined the Wildes for the remainder of their rip to where hey were all guests of and Leo Matches Equal Blaze Children playing with matches started a grass fire at 3700 Canyon Road which was extin guished by Provo Fire Depart ment Property is owned by Spencer Other business of the fire de partment over the weekend in cluded a grass fire extinguished Sunday at 445 2nd of un determined a controlled burning of weeds on a park near the Moose Home at 900 7th on Saturday and assisting th e Provo Police Dpartment in wash ing down gas on the Orem dug way at an automobile accident WeekLong Special Event Opens at BYU About Education Week participants listened to advice on how to raise a boy in the opening assembly at Brigham Young Uni versity Monday Educa tion Week gained fame over the past several decades as Leader ship Cleon former law enforcement officer and author of So You Want To Raise A Boy discussed the development of a boy from birth through the cherubic age of no the harrumscarrum golden gentleman romantic and reckless teens up to the ages of 20 and 21 when he becomes a responsible Stressing that It is better to build men than to mend Skousen treated each age discussing characteristics problems and possible solutions He pointed out that family togetherness and a measure o firmness and discipline make a boy know he is loved and wanted and that he is part of an order ly Skousen said that 75 per cent of boys who get into trouble once have no further brush with But of the boys who have been in trouble three times or 81 per cent end up in an father of eight The Rains And Came And Came Provoans received another inches of rain last night and this bringing the total precipitation to inches so far this Other measurements in clude of an inch on June on June on June a trace on June 4 and on June 3 and on June The moisture hes been par ticularly welcome since snow pack and stream flow fore casts have been below normal this JUNE 1963 DAILY HERALD Utah County But Problem Still Not Whipped Psoneerinq Techniques MANACLED MURDERER Barrel Bevere sentenced today to die a firing squad on 29 for the 1961 murder of an 11yearold arrives chained hand and foot for his appearance in Fourth District Court this With him as guard is Acting Sergeant Merrill Smith of the state prison a former Utah County deputy Girl Badly Hurt in Car Horse Mishap SPANISH Marilyn Pet Route Spanish was reported in poor condition at the Payson Hospital at preos time from severe head in juries suffered when the horse she was riding was struck by a car Sunday Miss Peterson was riding her horse along 91 about a mile south of Spanish Fork when the horse apparently bolted into the path of a car driven by Wallace officers A daughter of and Amer the girl suffered a severe head injury and facial Patient population in residence at Utah State Hospital was 639 on June 1 850 patients out side the hospital on trial I Edward associate told Utah Wclj fare Commission Monday morn Ho recalled that just five years the president of the Amer ican Psychiatric Association de Large mental hospitals are outmoded and rapidly be coming ke Probe Provo Police today are investi gating a reported burglary of the Tackle Box at Eighth North and Fifth West which apparently occurred Sunday Police said that Jack proprietor of the reported that the back of the store had been broken into prior to and several guns had been But at the same Utah State Hospital was in process of decentralizing itself into smaller said we find we have been credited with pioneering a type of treat ment program which is just beginning to be adopted in nu merous other institutions across the The inpatient popu lation has decreased by several hundred patients in spite of an accelerated admission Yet significant as the changes have seemed to progress in the treatment of the mentally ill leaves much to be It is certain the future will bring many more changes which indicates we have only scratched the sur Beaghier saw hope in the fact that last week statewide I planning toward a future mental i health program was initiated when representatives of 15 state i agencies engaged in mental health activities I The findings of this group over i the next several months could be the springboard for new develop i ments in mental health pro i said TUCWBOJ BOI IS 5 concluded by saying that a fullness of joy is received only by having children and try ing to do a good job in rearing Presiding at the assembly was Harvey vice president of Harold Glen dean of adult education and ex tension An orchid corsage was presented to Jewell Pitcher who accompanied her husband to the Education Week classes will continue today until 8 and a special program featuring the Laubin Indian Dancers will be gin at at George Al I bert Smith Poulsen ReSentenced to Die By Firing Squad August 9 Continued from Page One Absent was the defendants pretty blonde wife who had been with during the entire Poulsen had the marriage The case s regarded as one of Utahs most sensational murder The 11yearold American Fork girl was murdered and raped after her assailant entered the apartment where she was Her lifeless body was then thrown in a vacant lot near the Poulsen was arrested as a sus pect in another womanassault and assertedly confessed the rapeslaying of the A Fourth District Court jury brought n a conviction of murder in the first with no recommen dation for The state supreme court recently upheld the district court findings and the M SKYLIGHT OVEN WINDOW j Womens Swim Class Slated To Open Tuesday The Provo Veterans Memorial Swimming pool officials have de cided to start a womens swim ming class June at 1 This class will be held for five weeks every Tuesday and Thurs day between 1 and 2 accord ing to Pete manager of the and Linn Rockwood of Provo Recreation Women may register at the Provo Recreation Office in the city for standup lookin to see whats cookin looks like a plugs in like a free standing range Big 23 master oven Eyelevel upper oven with fullwidth picture window 3inl Sensitemp unit makes all pots and pens automatic Sidemounted pushbutton controls Recessed cooktop catches spillovers Youth To Be Sentenced Today TOOELE A 17yearold Salt Lake County youth convicted of second degree murder in the hammerslaying of an 18year old Salt Lake City girl was expected to be sentenced here Third District Judge Joseph Jeppson was expected to pass sen tence on Rex Hintze for the beating death of Carol Annette Clayton last February in the des ert west of Salt Lake The Hintze youth was convicted May 23 after a weeklong trial in District Court in Judge Jeppson has been studying a pre sentence report on the youth pre pared by the State Adult Parole and Probation Under the law the youth could foe placed on probation or sentenc ed to a term of 10 years to life in Utah State I New Edition Collegiate DICTIONARY STANDARD OFFICE SUPPLY 48 1st 35250 SPACESAVING 30 ULTRASPEED RANGE ffl inside without stooping Model J762X See the complete Americana line at your GE Dealers Pleasant Grove Pauls Appliance Model J794X Distributors recommended retail Optional with ELECTRIC COMPANY Major Appliance Division Salt Lake City District Provo Jack Duckeft Appliance Springville Spanish Fork Swensons American Fork L Young Furniture Appliance They all prefer a gift of Ancient 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