The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 17
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 17

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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Payson Crews Will Cruise City This Week for Cleanup Outdoor Club Notes Second Resort Forum Sunday, April 6. 1975, THE HERALD, Provo. Utah-Page 17 ByLEESTOTT PAYSON — City officials have outlined plans for the annual citywide cleanup program this week, starting Monday. It was noted that LDS Church leaders in Payson have given their support to the campaign. Both Payson Stake President Philip E. Jones and Payson East Stake President David R. Mahgelsbn have indicated they are enlisting ward members through the various bishoprics to support the drive. Mayor Richard Harmer said city crews will be touring the community to gather normal winter accummulations of household and yard debris, Course Set On Driving Defensively A defensive driving course for licensed drivers, approved by the National Safety Council, will begin Monday at the Eldred Center under the sponsorship of the American Association of Retired Persons. Four two-hour sessions will be held Monday and Thursday for the next two weeks, each consisting of films and other visual aids to demonstrate safe driving. The sessions also may serve as a makeup for those who missed sessions in the course offered in January. Participants who complete the course are given a certificate and identification card from the National Safety Council. providing it is placed along the curb or at the side of the road by theproperty owners. The mayor added that workers also will haul away tree limbs, excluding (nose prunned from commercial orchards. The mayor said he hoped the cleanup drive will prove successful, and he noted the city crews will continue to tour the various neighborhoods as long as necessary to get the job done. Student Holiday He also pointed out the annual two-day Nebo School District spring vacation occurs during the drive, enabling students to assist in the cleanup campaign. In other council activity, Randy Peterson, representing Payson's Jaycees, asked for permission to erect a two-foot by 10-foot sign identifying the service group. The sign was to go directly beneath the existing Chamber of Commerce billboard on 1-15. Although Payson City installed lighting for the sign, Mr. Peterson was advised to obtain permission from the Chamber of Commerce. Subdivision Action The council approved a business license application by Jay Isaac and Max Lerwill to operate Intermountain Digital Systems at 562 S. Main St., but denied a liecense for Glenn L. Barnett's Auto Repair on the grounds that it was to be operated in a residential section of the city at 762 East 100 South. Beer License Okayed The city officials approved a beer license application for Allan Daley of Daley's Market, provided no beer is sold to minors and that the sales personnel themselves are of legal age. it was recommended the story adopt a policy of removing the beer from the coolers and placing it in a back room on Sundays. A motion was carried by the council to invite LDS wards in Payson to bid on concession stands to be operated during the annual Golden Onion Days and Homecoming celebration as in years past. Wards from both stakes in the area will be eligible. It also was revealed that Keith Holman is applying for Bicentennial funding to assist him in his continuing Spring Lake renovation project. Timpanogos Group of the Sierra Club will sponsor its second public fohim on the subject of the proposed Four Seasons development. The meeting will be held Tuesday evening beginning at 7:30 in the Prove Utilities Building, 251 W. SOON. According to David Dalton, chairman of the local group, the emphasis of this discussion will be on sociological and economic ramifications of the planned $100 million resort. Events Begin Monday Week of Young Child' Declared In an automated candy plant, it takes just one minute to cut and wrap 750 pieces of toffee or caramel. Today through Saturday has been proclaimed "Week ot the Young Child" by Utah County commissioners, and various offices and services in the county have set aside special times at which parents can bring their young children for field trips. Brigham Young University's Wilkinson Center will display booths on children's art, music and literature Monday through Thursday, and Len Stout will present a puppet show there at 1 p.m. on those days. At the stepdown lounge in the BYU Smith Family Living Center lectures on young children will begin at noon, also Monday through Thursday. Dr. Alvin Price will speak Monday, and other speakers will be Dr. Carolyn Rasmus, Tuesday; George Pace, Wednesday, and Mrs. Francis Barlow, Thursday. Topics to be discussed include physical education, teaching gospel principles to young children and guidance procedures. At the University Mall in Orem, a children's art display will be shown Tuesday and Wednesday. On those same days, the mall will have a puppet show on the center Provo Orders Lot Title Clarified The adding machine was first developed and used in St. Louis in 1886. The Provo City Commission has instructed the city attorney to proceed to clarify the title to a parcel of city property in the mouth of Provo Canyon. The legal description in the deed did not match the diagram of the property the city acquired a number of years ago. The attorney said the original owner of the property has died, and his heirs had suggested the city allow them to have access to city water directly out of the city's transmission lines at the mouth of Provo Canyon in exchange for clarifying the city's title to the property. The commissioners held a lengthy discussion during their regular meeting to determine whether they would vary the city policy not to allow county residents to hook onto the city's water supply. Mayor Grange said he was firm in his position not 'to fracture the policy and allow exceptions. He said he would rather take the matter to court than to yield to a request to' provide county residents with city services. City water and wastewater director Dean Wheadon said he generally is opposed to allowing any connections to the city's main transmission lines, and said it is a firm departmental policy to eliminate such connections. He said he further did not believe it wise to vary the policy on county water connections, but he would not stand in the way of finding an amicable settlement to the problem which would compromise the city attorney's efforts to find a way to settle the matter without a court proceeding. The commissioners told the attorney to discuss the matter with the heirs to the property to see if there might be some way to avoid court action and then report his findings back. Mr. Wheadon said the city gets about 87 per cent of its water from springs in Provo Canyon and he wants to assure that nothing is done which might affect the transmission system from the canyon. stage at 5:30 p.m., music demonstrations at 3 p.m. and 6:45 p.m., and children's creative dance on stage at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Officies and facilities cooperating in the tours program include the poultry plant at 76 W. 2230 N., Provo, Monday through Friday after noon; BYU Animal Science Laboratory, any time; all fire stations, every day after 4 p.m. and all day on Saturday; Provo Airport, Tuesday, through Friday after 3 p.m. (helicopters featured); Radio KEYY, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; University Veterinary Clinic, every day from 2 to 4 p.m.; Provo dog pound, every day from 4 to 6 p.m.; Warshaw's, any time, except the bakery which will not be open until after noon, and Richland's Pet Show in the mall, every day before noon. The proclamation signed by the county commission states that the children of this nation are its most valuable resource and by birth each child is entitled to such things as respect for himself and what he is; love, security and encouragement from a stable home; health and nutritional services to insure his optimal physical and mental development; and protection from physical dangers and moral hazards. Each child is also entitled to places to live and play which are safe and wholesome; schools and similar group programs which stimulate his fullest intellectual development; and concern, stimulation and guidance from all adults in his life, his parents, teachers and others in responsible positions. The week is dedicated to bringing an awareness of, and the opportunities available for the young child, to the public, the proclamation concludes. JCPenney Save 20% on our crossover bras. Sale 4.00 All stretch lace bra with nylon/Lycra® spandex back and sides. 32-38B, 32-42C, in white. 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