30 November 1937
3 HELD IN ROBBERY OF GIRLS' HOME Mother, Two Sons To Be Charged With Second Degree Burglary Charged with theft of inside inside equipment and household household articles from the M. I. A. girls' home, two weeks ago, Neil, Alma, and their mother, Susie Ferre, all of Pleasant View, are expected to be heard in court either Tuesday afternoon or early Wednesday. Wednesday. The complaint charges second degree burglary, a felony. Sheriff officers assert that they found articles taken from the girls' home in the North fork of Provo canyon, at the Ferre home. By last night officers estimated they had received about two- thirds of the goods, valued at several hundred dollars, taken from the home. In addition they reported return- of a Jackson pump stolen from one of three Vivian Park cabins entered at about the same time the girls home job was perpetrated. Public indignation has been running high since the robbery of the recreational center became known. The home was built anc equipped largely through public donations by the businessmen of Provo and the Utah and Sharon L. D. S. stakes. A reward of $75 was offered more than a, week ago for information leading to the apprehension of the guilty par- ties.