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Salt Lake Tribune Newspaper Archive: November 14, 1957 - Page 38

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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1957, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The Salt Lake Tribuae Thursday November 141957 School News and Views Curtis Students Tour Dark Continent I Editor Carolyn Chrigtenneu Associate Editor 1atty Brows At Curtis School In Mrs Betty i wheelers room the children are studying the dark continent or Africa They studied one of the most in teresting areas the Belgian Congo They Decided to make many differ ent African animals out of clay First Mrs Wheeler gave them some clay and they started to work After the animals were dry they painted them many different colors This made them look Just like real animals The children also drew pictures about the Congo such as pictures the homas the animals and the river boats The children have learned that the climate in the Congo Is very hot and wet They also learned that there are many modern cities In Africa Cnrla Larson Cathedral Editor Patricia Jarvis Associate Editor Jeanne Maryatt The fifth grade guided by Sister M Aquinas is working on a project In English This project will cover nouns and their uses The children are learning about the two types of nouns proper and common Some are making booklets consisting of pictures and informa tion on nouns The selected pictures Illustrate the different varieties of a person place or thing There are many lovely pictures tvhich were cut out o magazines These are based on famous places Inanimate substances anfl the dif ferent types of life Jeanne Maryatt Lafayette Editor Brooke Knee Associate Editor David Jensen The fifth grade science classes have been doing some interesting experiments with sulphur and potas sium nitrate and will experiment the other chemicals in the luture We use an alcohol lamp test tubes metal tray and a stand fitted with asbestos pad and clamps to hold the test tubes We are learning the effectsof chemicals when com bined in different ways In Room 15 the fourth grade direction of Mrs Carolyn Meyers is making pictures and re ports on Switzerland The pictures and reports will be made into book form and will show the habits homes and sports of the Swiss peo ple Kimie Doi Dennis Carlson Jackson Editor Sharon Dial Associate Editor Loretta Sandoval Walter Rothaars fourth graoN students are drawing pictures o what they are studying They are iitudying about interesting insects and also about the jungle areas Newman Editor David Chrlstensen Associate Editor Koseann Mastori The first grade class of Mis Bonnie Bowman enjoys reading an workingwith storybook characters Deborah Lobb Deborah Parker an Kobby Walter really enjoy thei Clyde Decries Failures in Youth Courts By Harold Schindler Tribune Staff Writer Governor George D Clyde Wednesday levelled sharp critic ism at some juvenile courts in Utah for failing to cooperate with law enforcement officers in the states traffic safety pro gram Speaking to some 150 police administrators from through out the state at Hotel Utah the governor outlined1 his views on juvenile traffic their effects ment offenders and on law enforce Carla Larson 9 and Steven Newton 9 look at clay bird made in Curtis fourth grade class during study of Africa reading and have made a new word jame so they know how to build sentences with the words The whole class is painting pic tures for Thanksgiving They have made one huge turkey and are try ing to finish several other pictures to make the room look really festive Kose Park Editor Jeanne Sasaki Associate Editor Steyeii Taylor In Room 14 our fourth grade teacher Mrs Barbara Austin has organized the class into different clubs The names of the clubs are Arts and Crafts Science Sewing and the Book Club In the Arts and Crafts Club they are making piggy banks by covering a lemon with papier macheThe Science Club made stuffed dino saurs The Sewing Club is making stuffed pigs The Book Club made a list of the most popular books The clubs will hold their meet Ings during snack time These clubs help make our class an interesting one Dale Harrison Onequa Editor Diane Childs Associate Editor Connie Stratis In Donald Baxters sixth grade room we have a halfhour period in the afternoon when he plays light classical records while we read book of our choice We have found that this kind of music relaxes us o that we can concentrate more on vhat we are reading This ties in with what were itudying in Mrs Lois Kershaws icience class about how sound ef ects our nervous system We have made a display on this subject which our parents may see if they come to visit our room Dean Sprague Franklin Editor Carol Bicby Associate Editor Karoljm Kobayashi During a short but impressive ceremony Arnerikee Harl a satel lite was launched The satellite re ceived Its name from the young scientist Harry Zierold who de signed and built It For those who wish to see it It is now traveling in its own orbit around the earth in the solar sys tem near the ceiling of Room 12 Carol Rigby Bishop Glass The fifth graders have made leaf prints They colored them with India ink and crayons First they painted their leaves and pressed theme against paper to leave the outline After letting the print dry they took their crayons and outlined around the leaf leaving a space in between each color After they were finished the paper was inked and left to dry thoroughly before the leaf was out lined in black Kathleen McKregar GOV CLYDE explained I know that juvenile court judges of the state generall disagree with me I feel however that if juveniles are not old enough to face regular traffic courts they are not old enough to be entrusted with a lethal weapons on the which is precisely what an auto mobile becomes when it is im properly handled He stressed that it was not a spirit of blanket criticism that I bring up the problem but there is a minority of non conformists in the teenage group that is of very grave con cern to the rest of the popula tion PART OF THE blame lor the juvenile traffic problem rests with that portion of parents the governor said who do not take the trouble to make sure that junior either obeys safety rules or else Joes not have access to the family car or his own hotrod The juvenile courts came un der fire when Gov Clyde said Most police officers are doing a conscientious job Where our enforcement pro gram is falling down is in the lack of full coordination be tween enforcement on the high WARM FRONT COLD FRONT STATIC FRONT SPEED MPH OF MESSURt Aft HIGH TEMPERATURES FORECAST The weather forecast map for Thursday indi cates continued cloudy weather with rain or snow over most of the Intermountain Re gion Temperatures will not change much ways and the followup in at least some of our courts The governor explained he did not suggest unduly harsh pun ishments but I have seen frightening evidence of young U Medical School to Sponsor Special SL Arthritis Clinic drivers who have admitted 3 Utah Cities Join in Appeal For New Revenue Sources Continued from Page 25 improvements except the spe cial water and sewage levy revenues unless additional revenues are found Albert L Escandon special auditor for the City Commis sion summed up his view of the picture with the comment that the city was all right for 1957 but without additional reve nues there could be no capital improvements or additional po licetaen or firemen The best we can do he added is main tain the status quo E J Allison city manager of Ogden said Ogden was in a similar position and E Earl Udall city manager of Provo said the city might have to in crease the property levy by one mill next year to meet salary increases and could not carry out needed capital improve ments without additional in come LeGRAND JABMAN farm representative on the committee and Rep Clarence L Palmer CD Salt labor representative said their groups were more opposed than ever to local sales taxes Mr Palmer suggested as an alternative a gross business re ceipts tax or allocation of all liquor profits to local govern ment units with the state making up its loss by exiending the mine occupation tax on a net rather than gross receipts jasis Rep Orville Giinther of Utah County remarked that a change to a net profits basis might decrease rather than in crease revenues TOM McCOY secretary of the Utah Municipal League said ihat organization had gone on ecord as favoring local sales taxes on a countywide basis with rural areas generally op posing that position and larger cities generally supporting it Dr M Hyrum Harris pre sented a progress report on pos sible reductions in operating costs explaining that this area offered opportunities for sub stantial savings butnot enough o solvemunicipal finance prob ems ON A BASIS of question naires returned by 46 cities Di rector Lewis H Lloyd of the Legislative Council said the big problem appeared to be roads and streets He suggested as an approach to this problem the consolidation of county road and city street activities and a reap praisal of the distribution oJ tiighway user revenues to local units of government Money says Sell oufofuse ifemsfasfwith a Salt Lake Tribune EM31525 Say Charaelt Temple Square Parking Area Opens Today Grand opening of the recently completed Temple Square Park directly south Temple Square Hotel on West Temple will be held Thursday The earthquakeproof struc ture was built at a cost of more han a halfmillion dollars It will accommodate 375 cars on five floors stepped to provide 10 parking levels Deseret Architects and En gineers designed the buildirtg and general contractor was Paulsen Construction Co The official opening cere monies will be Thursday at 5 pm after which there will be a motorcade tour of the struc ture Entrances to the building are located on West Temple just south of theTemple Square Ho tel and on South Temple to the east of the hotel A walkway has been provided from the ter race to Richards St 50 their guilt for a succession of seriously dangerous offenses and who have been let off with suspended sentences or very light fines It is now wonder that these young people refuse to take the matter seriously he added Purpose of the Police Admini strators Conference was to air the states crime problems and discuss best enforcement methods The conference which ends Thursday evening is sponsored by the Federal Bureau of In vestigation and Utah Peace Of ficers Assn Salt Lake City Police Chief W Cleon Skousen tqld the at tending representatives that se lection and testing of new per sonnel fo calculated on a longrange basis He explained that in order to build a business that is to last at least 20 years a busi nessman selects merchandise or stock that will progress with the times It is strange the chief said that police officers are also hired for 20 years but we fre quently give them the most superficial examination before hiring them He then related factors which must be considered by a pro fessional department in hiring the best possible enforcement personnel Thursdays featured speakers will be C Lester Trotter assist ant FBI director in charge of identification and Frank A Sojat district supervisor for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics A special arthritis clinic is now being set up at Salt Lake1 General Hospital under auspices of the University of Utah Col lege of Medicine it was an nounced at a meeting Wednes day in Hotel Utah of the Utah Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation The clinic is under the direc tion of Dr John R Ward a Utah Medical College graduate who recently returned after tak ing intensive courses under Dr Waiter Bauer Jackson profes sor of clinical medicine at Har vard Medical School who is re garded as one of the nations leading authorities on rheumat ic disorders BE M M WINTROBE head of the Department of Medicine in the Utah School said that while the chief responsibility of the clinic is to carefor the indi gents hospitalized at Salt Lake General it will be able later on to take a limited number of Women Team In Ritual Of Japanese Women of Japanese Church of Christ demonstrated Japanese ritual originated in 539 AD Tuesday night at the First Pres byterian Church 12 C St 355 Women from several churches in Salt Lake City attended THE PROGRAM began with a brief worship service Mrs Hermie Hachiya told of perse cution of Japanese Christians in the island country during the closed door policy while de scribing the history of Chris tianity in Japan Mrs Lloyd K Enomoto presi dent of the Womens Associa tion of the Nisei Church was patients referred by private physicians The clinic will work in close cooperation with the Depart ment of Rehabilitation directed by Dr Chester A Swinyard of the College of Medicine Dr Swinyard received more than two years of training under Dr Howard A Rusk of New York a leader in the field The cause of most cases of rheumatic arthritis is still un known and there is still no spe cific treatment but Dr Win trobe said much can be done for arthritics by those specially trained The facilities at Salt Lake General are particularly in tended for advanced and chronic cases of arthritis Dr Bauer a guest at the meeting said it is obviously im possible for any one clinic to provide treatment for all arth ritics in a community but it can serve on a consulting basis and also sponsor postgraduate seminars for physicians to study latest methods in dealing with the disease He said cases due to specific infection can now be treated ef fectively with antibiotics but the number of these is smal compared with those of un known cause Reed W Brinfon president of the Utah Foundation said his group hopes some time to be able to give financial support to the clinic which is now oper ating largely on a grant from the US Public Health Service Scowling Sky Warns of Rain or Snow Dsta From US Weather Bureau Skies over the Intermountain Region will remain cloudy Thursday and rain or snow is expected in most of the area Funeral Rites Today for SL Dentist Funeral services for Dr Glen R Anderson prominent Sal general chairman of the proLake dentist will be Thursday True Life Animal Adventures By Disney Utah Copper Co ExOfficial Buried in NY Funeral services for Erie Victor Daveler 71 former vice president and treasurer of the Utah Copper Company and a Salt Lake resident were con ducted Wednesday in New York City Mr Daveler was associated with Colonel D C Jackling former president of the Utah Copper Company during the early days of the mining con cern Mr Daveler was a director and vice president of American Zinc Lead and Smelting Co and an officer of other com panies at the time of his death Monday after a brief illness Mr Daveler and his wife Mrs Reby B Daveler who pro ceded him in death resided in I Salt Lake City for many years MOTHER of INVENTION gram THE FORMAL tea ceremony was enacted by Mrs Tanaye Sauki as hostess and Mrs Thomas Akagi as guest The ritual originated in wealthy homes in the 14th Century Nap kins must be folded in a special manner Spoons and utensils must be wiped an exact num ber of times Tea and water must be measured precisely and the contents closely examined by the hostess The guest is expected to admire the teacup for a time before drinking Flower arrangement was dem onstrated by Mrs Prank Koda Each formal Japanese flower arrangement must have three peaks The heaven line is the longest Next is the man line and the lowest is the earth A AMP INDIANILePHANTS A SOUUTON noon at 260 E South Temple Dr Anderson 60 died of cerebral hemorrhage Mondaj at pm in a Salt Lak hospital Dr Russell M Nelson asso ciate professor of surgery Co lege of Medicine University Utah conducting the services will offer the opening prayer SPEAKERS WILL be F Ori Woodbury president Woodbur Corp and Dr Milton Rigby rep resenting the Salt Lake Count Dental Society Benediction will be given b Clyde Simpson and the grave a Wasatch Lawn Memorial Par will be dedicated by Georg Cameron Musical numbers will be sun by Hulbert Keddington accom TEMPERATURE CHAET Data foi 24hour period ednesday ai pm Utah Hich ended landing ryce Canyon edar City oalville elta reen River OKan llford gden rovo oosevelt alt Lake Airport George fendover Idaho oise urley daho Falls ocatello 45 43 55 36 47 49 42 50 44 42 37 45 55 51 52 50 41 41 Low 23 15 27 31 27 24 33 24 35 32 20 35 33 35 42 35 35 37 Free 02 Tr 02 Tr 02 Tr 23 19 09 16 06 06 01 Intelmountain Slates filings utte enver Iko ly vanston Irand Junction as Vegas eno lock Springs heridan Vest Yellowstone 49 32 47 53 46 42 3K 41 65 62 34 52 32 Pacific State 67 56 69 63 52 48 Midwest 53 52 50 43 48 45 43 East 54 57 Washington BC 56 South 52 Atlanta 57 Miami 78 Los Aneelea ortland San Diego San Francisco Seattle Bismarck Ihicago Detroit Duluth Cansas City tlinneapolis Omaha Joston Vew York City 30 25 25 30 27 24 25 29 42 40 25 25 23 SS 48 54 57 47 40 22 45 40 39 46 42 39 37 38 31 36 47 71 65 46 44 54 Tr 25 02 Tr Tr 17 57 05 72 31 39 34 10 02 10 Board Okehs Parole for Convict Trio Special to The Tribune THE MOUNTAIN State Board of Pardons Wednesday granted three pa roles three terminations and three conditional terminations as it denied appeals of two other inmates and set their next hear ing dates for 1960 Receiving paroles were Lu ther Richard Wells 37 Atlantic Iowa Nov 18 1958 has served one year of a maximum five year sentence for assault with a deadly weapon Emir Lam bros 31 Salt Lake City Jan 14 1958 has served five years of a one to 10year sentence for assault with intent to commit rape and Leslie James Draper 26 Moroni Nov 18 1958 has served four years of a one to 10year sentence for grand lar ceny GRANTED TERMINATION of sentence were James Ray Detton 37 Salt Lake City Nov 10 1959 has served one year of a maximum fiveyear sen tence for insufficient funds check Howard James Tabb 34 Kansas City March 18 1958 has served five years and six months of a one to 20year sen tence for forgery and Elmer W Jensen 35 Ogden Nov 26 1957 has served eight years and seven months of a one to 20year sentence for forgery RECEIVING conditional term inations were Ellis O Hazel wood 68 Birmingham Ala Nov 26 1957 has served four years of a one to 10year sen tence for voluntary manslaught er Harry Edwin Vickerman 54 Pittsburgh Penn Nov 261957 has served two years of a maxi mum fiveyear sentence forfrau dulent checks and Samuel King Mouzon 24 Salt Lake City Nov 18 1958 has served one year of a one to 20year sentence for forgery Denied and receiving new hearing dates were Ernest Bos ton 32 Aspen Colo in Febru ary 1960 serving a one to 10 year sentence for grand larceny and Sherrill Chestnut 17 Rich field November 1960 is serv ing one to 10 and one to 20year concurrent sentences for burg lary and grand larceny respec tively New Orleans 72 65 74 Oklahoma City 55 46 05 Phoenix 71 San Antonio 72 54 01 St Lotn 55 25 Salt Lake Weather Data Precipita tion for 24hour period ended at pm 09 in precipitation for Novera er 119 in accumulative excess 54 In precipitation since Oct 1 1957 197 accumulative deficiency 02 in Sunrise Thursday Sunset Expected maximum 45 expected mini mum 32 Salt Lale City and vicinity Rain Thursday partly cloudy and colder Friday with occasional snow High Thursday 45 low 32 high Friday 40 and rain with snow at higher elevations Thursday partly line Flowers should look asjpanied by Thelma Ryser who though they grow from the same stalk according to Mrs Koda ExSL Resident fineer Dies Word of the death of Herbert W Kline former Salt Lake resi dent Saturday at his residence in Summit N J was received Wednesday by Mrs Edna M Flandro Mr Kline retired several years ago as an engineer in the general offices of Co in New York City He resided in Salt Lake until 1921 and he was a superintendent of the Mountain States Telephone and will also give musical selections Pallbearers will be Max C Carpenter Leo Eagar Einar Lignell D Howe Moffat E 0 Muir and B H Robinson iy t cloudy andcoTder Friday with snow likely Highs Thursday 40 to 54 lows 26 to 36 highs Friday 36 to 46 Southern cloudy with scattered showers Thursday and Friday Slightly cooler Thursday night Highs both days 38 to 48 east 45 to 55 west lows 23 to 38 rain or snow central and north portion Thursday be coming occasional snow Thursday night and Friday locally heavy amounts in the mountains Cloudy extreme south Colder Thursday night and Friday Windy at times Highs 45 to 55 lows 15 to 25 except in exttemei south highs 60 to 70 lows 38 to 48 Wyomtni Considerable cloudiness Thursday through Friday with scattered light showers and snows mostly in the west Thursday and spreading to the east Friday Locally gusty winds Highs to the 30s southwest 40s east and north Summary Cloudy skies prevailed over most of the Intermouutain Region Wednesday but it was mostly sunny in Colorado and southeastern Utah Ram with snow at higher elevations fell over the northwest portion with heaviest amounts in northwestern Utah and northeastern Nevada Maximum temper atures ranged from mid 30s to the mid 50s New York Times Service NEW YORK Nov rain and drizzle were reported Wednes day from the Lake Hegion southward through Mississippi Tennessee and Ohio Valleys to the Gulf Coast some thunderstorms occurred in the southern sections Occasional rain and showers continued In the North and Central Pacific States Tile mountains of the West had scattered showers and snow flurries There were a few showers in the southeast In the northe weather was sunny and mud News of Record MAKRIAGE LICENSES Salt Lake County William Earl Ward 19 Salt Lake Shirley May Erin 19 Salt Lake Lawrence Lee Stanrnm 17 Riverton Mary Lou Giles 16 Riverton Stephen Arthur Willes 74 Lehi Harriet Ana Taylor 67 Blackfoot Idaho Kenneth Erick Broadhead 17 Magnas Lynn Marlon Tyler 17 Hunter Ted W Dalton 41 Salt Lake Eula M Echols 43 Salt Lake Donald Raymond Butterfleld 27 Salt Lake Patricia Marie Bntterfleld 19 Salt Lake James Mitchell Webb 21 Salt Lake Elizabeth Jo Mann 21 Salt Lake Ezra Harrison Legal Age Huntington Irene Ovlatt Legal Age Dragerton Elmer George Stable 37 Park City Marilyn Hill 27 Murray Glen Lewis Irish 30 Salt Lake Effle Irene Walker 25 Midvale Melvln Larry Mlckelsen 22 Sandy Grace Jo Anne Webb 25 Midvale John William Coons 20 Salt Lake Sharon Lee Stephens 18 Salt Orrin Willard Spainhower 19 Salt Lake Helen Moore 17 Salt Lake Raymond Eugene Peterson 26 Salt Summary of Crimes SL Police Receive Keports Of Assault Attempt Thefts Telegraph Co He married clar who Lora Schoppe The following is a summary of crimes reported to Salt Lake police during the 24hour pe riod ended Wednesday at 5 pm Salt Lake woman re ported an attempted criminal assault near 154 W 2nd South 224 S 9th West Frank M Page 204 S 9th West Pearl Peterson 1266 W 4th South reported residence wirdovs broken by vandals Karen Brady 826 E South Temple reported auto wind Pearl Delores Perkins 30 Salt Lake Ralph Lawrence Siowell 27 Salt Lake Tamson Lorraine Hewitt 24 EiEby daho Nenhi H Cutler 50 Sslt Lake Machtalina A Ceelen 34 Salt Lake Ealph Arnold Loranre 19Salt Lake Jamiel Irene Dawson 17 Salt Lake Teddy Le Roy Gunderson 18 Kearnsj Bonnie Dee Glenn ip West Jordan Neldon Lavell Wood 23 Salt Lake Ida Fay ferryman 22 Salt Lake Brent Grey MacKay 20 Salt Lake Donna Christine Elraore 20 Salt Lake LeRoy Ward 21 Salt Lake Karen Marie Galpin 16 Salt Lake Harold S Ycrscnson 42 Salt Lake Grace Esther Knowlen 52 Salt Lake JUDGMENTS GRA1STED Third District Court Karl V King vs Universal Travel Service Inc Plaintiff granted judg ment for 3685403 interest ne Cheal Hunsaker vs Thomas K Hunsaker Kainiiff eisnied cmrrt order ordering defendant to pay tempo rary support which is in arrears and fees George R Sturzenegger vs Shirley Brown Parsons Plaintiff granted judg ment in favor of the defendant against the plaintiff on plaintiffs complaint no cause of action judgment granted in favor of plaintiff and against de fendant on defendants counterclaim no cause of action Albert K Conrad vs George T An derson Plaintiff granted judgment for S S Kunz vs Charles Montgomery Plaintiff granted judgment for costs J W Brewer Tire Co vs J B and H E Walker Co Fiainiiii granted juds ment for 5290182 interest fees and costs D E Sullivan vs Michael Larson Plaintiff granted judgment for costs H LaMar Moyle and Edna Moyle vs Fohdley Hansen et al Plaintiffs granted iriement declaring property is a public road and that defendants re move nil blockades and defendants claims are denied Jolley store 902 E 9th South reported theft of S80 cash Utah Woolen Mills 28 Richards St 40 reported theft of S40 over coat Bob Madscn 11245th East re ported theft of briefcase from auto Connie Olson 82 B St r 250 reported theft of re Ernest Wilson Nephi reported theft volver from her residence Dora Burr of suitcase clothing valued at 7325th East reported no loss to bur Hubcap thefts were reported by Dar broke in door National Icnc Allam 1019 Austin Ave 2870 rt Salt Lake City who preceded him in death Corp 333Srd East Mrs Waiter Weils Jack D Moore 678 Hollywood Ave ilDSO John Banks 5526 S 4220 West Milton Gisseman 1128 Gen dnle HMO Steve Smith Center ville for Col EM 33981 SOUTHEAST FUEL   

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