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4 OCTOBER 3, 1960 .Utah County. Utah MONDAY, DAILY HERALD ! Next is Oct. Four More Days For Stock Market FURNISHED BY J. A. HOGLE AND COMPANY i .. .. NYSE ACTIVE Complete Volume .74 .125,50 Chng 24 45 21 1V4 . 1V 40i, 42 - . a 21 90 73 28 54 1V4 r2,4 "2 31,800 1 30,600 1 Radio Corp . 26,600 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS: Friday Monday Close Open 47 Vw 47 Allied Chem v 24 24 Allis Chan 29 29 Alum Ltd L.. . . 35 35 Amer .Can . . . 46 Amer. Cyan ' t . . 12 123,i Amer Std ....... 53 Va 53 Amer Smelt i 90 90 Amer T and.T 58 57 Amer Tob ' ...... . and S . Beth Steel Cater Trac Chrysler - ...... Corn Pd Rfg Denver and R G'..,, vDow Chem Du Pont .....-...... East Kod . . El Paso Firestone First America Ford Motor ........ -- . . . ., . , 02 AMERICAN , STOCK EXCHANGE ........ .......... ........... New Park Rico Argentine . Asked Bid Monday's Quotations: British Pete Bunk Hill Day Mine Kaiser Ind Mtn Sts T and T 6 10 3 6V2 1034 4 9 914 24 a , 24 Standard Uranium Utah Id Sugar ...... 2 Ti . Nov; 1, and Wednesday, Novl 2. The Daily Herald will run a list of the registration stations in Utah County, along with an explanation of why you need to register, if you are not already properly on the voting rolls, prior to each registration day. 1 1V4 1 1 , i 7V4 Nehru Opposes (Continued from Page One) Ike Oldest " ; mid-Septemb- er J j ; 39 41 39 '46 46 113 54 55 79 C 113 54 55 79 49 37 42 4034 J A7 '8 40 12 I 35 48 24 33 48 24 111 25 29 1 1 73 35 35 20 49 66 19 49 66 Monday's Quotations: 950Bid Amal Sug Pfd . . . .10.00 Albertson's . 14.12 Aztec . 00 Ariz Pub Serv .40 . .01 Papco .14 Big Piney .... ... . . Bonanza Air . . . v . . 255 . 8.62 Can Sup Oil .11.00 Cons Freight Deseret Pharmac . . 850 .50 English Oil : 1155 Equity Oil Federal Res . . . . . .. 1.75 . First Sec Bk . i . . . . 29.50 First Sec Inv ..... . 9.25 Intrsts Mtr Ln ... 16.00 . 55 Lang Const 7.12 Hidden Splendor . , 45.00 Utah Const . , 450 Magna .- ....... . ......... Asked 4255 . , Bond . 100.00 Magna 8 Mtn Fuel Sup ,2753 150 Oil Inc v. Rare Metals 2 12.50 187 3150 10.00 1750 37 7.62 48.00 5.25 104.00 2850 1.75 1.87 2.12 Sale Of City : (Continued from Page One) . if. wives are brought along they inclined to go shopping, spending more dollars. It might even be possible to feature special convention attractions such as a day of hunting or following convention fishing,,, he said, or business ' sessions, i t it. mountours to seme areas m we are 1 ' - tains. about $100,000 cash, it could issue general' xbligation bonds for the ' , The Eldred Recreational Hall was donated to Provo City by Mr. and Mrs: L. J. Eldred, who have consented that the site be sold for the post office site if funds received would be used for a new recreational center. The land offered for a postal site includes both the Eldred tract and a part of the Henderson property recently purchased 'by Provo, leaving a strip 75 by 140 feet, value of which would jump with a post office adjacent -- to it. j' e, nt Jess-specif- ic Cuba Troops the-cuf- f. . . v This property Icould be rented or sold ,jov even used for a ramp parking" lot, said the manager. If the post office deal should is still to the not go through-i- t interest of the city to plan for a needed civic center, he said. CARD OF THANKS We desire Jo. express our sincere appreciation to the 'many friends and relatives who assisted in any way during the recent illness and passing of our beloved father husband and grandfather. For the beautiful flowers, the ex- pressions of sympathy, the assistance of those who took part at the services, and other acts -- 11.. t .f.J.... ..... tend our thanks... Emma GIfford and Family ; 7 if7 njL FLOWERS by . WIRE mm St. noon, Paul's E p i s Church. Calvin Loran : - , Wilde, OAKLfLyle LeRoy Wedfunerah diedunday; 1 54, nesday p.m., Oakley LDS Ward chapel. PRICJEAArchie Etzel, 71, died Saturday; Requeim Massi Tues day at 10:30 a.m., Price! Notre Name Catholic Church. LOGAN Mrs. Nellie Hendricks Bernhisel, 69, died. Friday; fu neral; Wednesday at 1 p.m Lewiston LDS Ward chapel. Mrs. Mae Lewis Baugh, 67, died Saturday; funeral Thursday at 11 a.m., Logan LDS Second Ward chapel, . OGDEN Cornelia Berghout, so, 757 27 tn St., died Saturday; funeral Tuesday noon, ' Larkin Mortuary Chapel. Mrs. Marie M. Hancock Jones, 60, former resi dent, died Friday in Cheyenne, Wyo.; funeral was today. Mrs. Laura Jane Boyle White, 87, for mer resident, died Friday in Los Angeles. Joseph Oscar 50. 845 37th St'", died Frifuneral day; Tuesday 'at 11 a.m., Aultorest Mortuary Chapel. DRAGERTON Howard Ed ward Perkins, 64, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday , at 2 p.m., Dragerton Second LDS Ward chapel.. Charlie' Joe Quit- VERNAL chapoo Noble, 55, died Friday; funeral Tuesday at 2 p.m. Ben nett LDS Ward chapel. SPRING CITY Ives Allred, 67, died Friday; funeral was today. TALMAGE Ferril L. Mower. 53, died Thursday; funeral Tues day at 1 p.m. Moon Lake LDS Ward chapel. BRIGHAM CITY Floyd An son infant of Floyd thony Wright, OdeU and Carol Mozelle Hamm Wright, died Saturday. SMITHFIELD Parley Nelson Winn, 57, died Friday; funeral Tuesday at 1 p.m., Smithfield LDS Third Ward chapel. a-- t : . Hagg-strom- , Ex-Provo- ah Colleen Strong, infant daughter of Roland - S. and Beverly Jensen Strong, 420 E. 300 S., died at birth Sunday. '.'"L Dies At 55 ..j - ' , Surviving are her parents; brothers, Scotty, John,- David, Randy and Kim, all of Provo; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt M. Strong of Orem, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jensen of Provo. AMERICAN FORK Raymond Graveside services were held Alfred Dye, 67, 450 E. State Road, today. died early Sunday at his home of a heart ailment. He was born Feb. 4, 1893, in Clackamas, Ore., to George E. arid Jennie Pixley Dye. He never (Continued from Page One) married. He was a machinist pr and veteran of World War I. He Republican administration which came to Utah in 1952. . has "dictated that valuable waare Arthur a brother, Surviving ter resources be given to private American F. of .Fork and Dye e interests for a deNew York. three nieces in velopment." will be held services Funeral McNichols said "America needs 11 a.m. in the Anderand merits a comprehensive na- Tuesday at son Sons and Mortuary Chapel tional water resource policy Befriends where call Tuesday may cause of population shifts and to will be Burial services. prior and because of economic Clara Estell Long Acre, 67, 832 growth, which Fork in 'American Cemetery. modity water uses W. 1st N. Provo, jdied this morning changes the comprehensive policy must be at a local rest home Wowin" a flexible and 1J ; subject to revisions be jeopardized by shortsighted lingering mness. continuous through restudy. water policies today." She was bom ex-- , He also refuted "wild and in The Utah Democrat called for 12, 1893, Aug. '4 htsA of claims" reclamation aggerated . Ala a grass roots approach to the naBradleyton, development by the Republicans. tion's water prioblem s with a a daughter df Moss told the 'group "We must breakthrough to the man on the Richard ' a n not let America's future tomorrow street. Minnie K e 1 1 - Mert Lewis, 60, husband of the fOTmer Phoebe Carter of Provo, died Sept. 25 in . Bakersfield, Calif., members of the family here "5S,i former F. Clark Sanford, have been informed. Salt Lake City chief of police; and He was born in Idaho. husband of the former Virginia Funeral services were held afterdied of Rea Provo, Sunday Wednesday inj Bakersfield. noon in Indio, Calif., of natural causes. J Mr. Sanford was associated with Clara Estell Acre the Salt Lake City Police department for more" than 20 years holding every position in the' department.' He was born Sept. 25,! 1905, in Salt Lake City, a son of Frederick C. and Mattie Clark Sanford. In : ' :v'!':- -! K" 'June, 1934 he married Virginia Rea in Provo. ; Heart Illness Fatal For - Am. Fork Man . I" Governor ' " -I ' Long Illness Fatal For Provo Woman I -- - single-purpos- . r ; : In , addition to his wife he is survived by a son, Clark D. Sanford of Salt Lake City; a daughter, Virginia ft. Sanford of Indio; his mother of Salt Lake City; three sisters, Mrs. Lionel G. (Lillian Talbot, Mrs. B. Lue (Hope) Betjilyon, Salt Lake City and Mrs. Richard J. Chamberlain jof Port(Virginia He Ore. is also survived by land, rs two and a half sisters and! Sanford and Mrs. Fred Wayne Ralph (Lucille) Donley, all of Salt Long. She mar Lake City. Funeral services will be' announc- ried Henry Acre April 18, 1915, in ed from 260 E. South Tempe. Bradleyton. Siie received her education in Ala Mrs. Acre bama and moved to Fairview in 1918. She HVed in Carbon County from 1920 until 1952 when she moved to Provo where she has since resided. She w.is a" member of the LDS Church anjd had served as Relief Society teacher. Her hobby J was gardening. She is survived by her husband and one son, ilvin Acre of Salt City; three grandchildren; Jacob Baum, 80, 467 N. 2nd W., Lake three brothers and one sister, Tillis suffered !ea fractured leg and con- A. of ! i. i. Long Castlef Gate, 4...j iusiuiia ui iiuic xigut eye anat xignij. D. Long of Orem and NathanGeorge Long side of the face in a car-pedof Salt Lake City, Mrs. C. R. trian accident this morning at (Voncile) Pulsipher of Provo. 9:09 a.m at 100 W. 1st N. Funeral services will be held Driver of the car was A. R. Wednesday at p.m. in the Berg Willett, 62, 1861 N. 150 E The Drawing Room chapel with Bishop car was traveling east on First Jack Morris of the Pioneer LDS North, making a right turn onto Ward officiating Friends may call First West to go south arid the at the mortuaW Tuesday from 6 driver failed to see the (pede- to 8 p.m. and Wednesday prior strian. Mr. Willett was cited for tJ services. Interment will be in failure to yield to a pedestrian. Provo City Cemetery. - ." half-brothe- . Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery-Stop-s Itch Relieves Pain Elderly Man Hurt When Hit By Car (Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itch- -' ing, and relieve pain without " surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another "very striking improvement" wis reported and verified by a doctor's observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. . And m6st amazing of all this improvement was maintained in cases where a doctor's observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thor' . es ,j - New York, N. Y. ough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing state- - . . ments as "Piles have ceased to be a 'problem!" And among; these sufferers were a very wide va riety of hemorrhoid conditions,. some of 10 to 20 years' standing-All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyn- world-famo- us is in tion. Already, wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. 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You'll find it's dramatically different from any phone you've ever seen before, First, it's small takes up less room on table, or desk, fits beautifully in bedroom, kitchen, den and family room. By IVAN 104 WEST V- IT'S NEW' ,1rs MODERN, IT'S SMAL- L- SrWmr ''We Appreciate Your Patronage FR '"" A ,- J 210 W. CENTER Next, the dial lights up. It glows in the dark to you can find it quickly and, when you lift the re ceiver, lights up brightly to make dialing easy. Of course, it's' modern. The Princess phone it styled for the modern taste that wants beauty and simplicity together. And it comes in your choice of five decorator colors white, beige, pink, blue and turquoise. Just call or come in, or ask a telephone serviceman to show it to you. ' MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE The Princess phone with dial and night lights built in costs only pennies a day after a one-tim- e e)- thfe discovery of a research institu- , 1042 00 h v DRUGS So. State, Orem DIAf AC opal Husband Of , Phone FLORAL c Christen-se- n, son of Loran M. and Maxine Killpack Christensen, 1009th E.i died Saturday; funeral Wednesday at 12:15 p.m.!, 36th LDS Ward chapel. Mrs. Lula Valentine Garrett Sealy,' 77, 573 3rd Ira W. Ave., died Saturday. Smith, 83, died Saturday; grave-a- t side services Wednesday 10 a.m Murray City; Cemetery. Earle II. Rowland, J3, former resident, died Friday in Granada Hills, Calif. ; funeral was T today; Mrs. Elmina M. Kinnersley, 79, former resident, died Friday in San Diego. Calif. FREE DELIVERY ROHBOCK SONS Nor- man Ellsworth, 81, 1268 E. 9th S., died Saturday; funeral Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., Garden Park LDS Ward chapel. F. Clark Sanford, 55, former resident, died Sunday in Indio, Calif. Mrs. Fiorina Cecelia Funk Bentley, 82, 1118 E. 8th S., died Saturday; funeral Wednesday at 11 a.m., 26 E. 7th S. WiUard O. Mitton, 83, 1741 5th E., died Sunday; funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m., Belvedere LDS Ward chapel. Samuel A. (Casey) Randolph, 53, former resident, died Friday in Houston, Tex. Mrs. Ellieson Archibald Ris-le- y LeMaire, 69, 618 West Cfapitol, died Sunday; funeral ' Thursday at 2 p.m., 260 E. Souths Temple. Mrs, Sarah Jane Bellamy Ross, 65, 85 Southgate Ave. y died Sunday; funeral Wednesday afj 12:15, Southgate LDS Ward chapel. Louis Dean Davis, 46, 143Vl4th E., died Friday; funeral Tiiesday CLOSED SUNDAY send Lewis Raymond Alfred Dye Infant Dies af Birth Former lrovoahs Husband Dies In California City j silver-rimme- j i He said if the city could raise rest. self-disciplin- anti-coagule- 55 . j' ' Exercise Mostly golf, some- control without disarmament has times as much as 27 holes a day; no meaning," Nehru said. some trap shooting, hunting and AsKhrushchev told the General fishing. Medical three- experts Temper sembly a Communist-styl- e man presidium must be set up to have advised him his hot temper replace Secretary - General Dag could be unhealthy, so he tries and keep Hammarskjold. He said if this is to use not 7 done the Communist coun from "blowing his top." Check-up- s tries - "will rely on their own For nearly 50 to defend have! doctors .checked his the interests of years,1 strength health h examina- Recent peace." annually Khrushchev said some states tions have been more thorough were puttng their own national in and he has a date to complete terests ahead of the United Na the yearly tests this month. White tions and seeking to use the world House physicians cliec kthe Pres body to dominate other powers. ident's pulse and heart beat al If they persist, he said, the most daily, more often when he United Nations will collapse. is especially active. Periodic blood counts are taken to nake Speaking deliberately? from Khrushchev sure text, that the correct amount of prepared presented a sharp contrast with Satdrugs,, which he urday's tirade in which he raised has taken since his heaaxtask, threat of walking are oeing prescrioea. aj out on the United Nations if Red China is not given membership. That threat was delivered off- Today's was deliberate. Assault on Charter Hammarskjold listened atten (Continued from Page One) tively, but impassively as Khru- its consular agency! at Camaguey shchev stepped up the Communist but U.S. Consul General Janies E. assault on the U.N. charter. crown saia tnere were no Khrushchev made a surprise ap present jr. plans to close ioWh the pearance to exercise his "right of consulate in Santiago or other reply" to British Prime Minister consular agencies in Antilla and Harold Macmillan who spoke last Sagua- - la Grande. week. His prepared text took a Brown said the of the calm approach to the situation. Camaguey agencyshuttering was purely a Khrushchev strode down the "routine matter." he said Paul A. aisle to the podium, his amis Tate, the consular agent who reswinging. He bounced up the short turned to the! United States in flight of steps to the rostrum, took July, had decided to take his! sab off his d spectacles, batical year. unfolded his speech and started it u mors ot a general diploma .. .! right .in. tic withdrawal from Cuba have He. said the world's desire for persisted here since! the Sta'te4 peace "cannot! be substituted by Department last week warned control over armaments without American dependents to leave the j disarmament.",! island. But spokesmen It. our proposals on disarma have insisted, embassy do not expect they ment are accepted," he said, "we a diplomatic break "under the are ready to accept any Western present situation." proposals on international coh- .:'. trol..." .., ("Control over armaments means recognition of the necessity to have armaments in the future' he said. "But; it is clear to all that if armaments exist, whether they wish to or not, all those who possess armaments will reach for the holster, will reach for arms at any critical moment." He if aid the General Assembly or the Security Council would be powerless because if persons fol lowing the "position of strength policy", used their, amis 1 war with all its destructive conse quences would break out before a meeting could be called. Khrushchev said there had been suggestions that he and President Eisenhower be locked te a room until they agree on disarmament. "This is naive," he said. '.We may sit together indefinitely but if there is no desire tot come to agreement which is evinced by ; COHVERTIOLES the .President and particularly those quarters which, back him, no smoke will come ' from the chimney as is the tradition when STOP MAT OUR CORRAL a pope h elected. . . j 10.12 11.00 15.00 .02 .16 2.62 9.37 11.87 9.50 hours.1 ' 30 OVER THE COUNTER ..... V4 36 111 ........ - JO, 42i2 73V4 .......... ........ armament without control is hot feasible and it is equally clear that 11 11 ... . ; . . Penney Penn R R Phill Pete .... Proct and Gam ... R C A , . , Repub Steel B ReynTob Sears ...... Socony Std Oil Cal .... Std Oil N J . . . . Texaco Inc Thiokol Timk R Bear . . ' Transamer Tri Con Corp . . Un Carbide . . . , Un Pacific Unit Air Line Unit Park City U S Steel . , Utah P and L West Air Ln Westg Elec Woolworth . 193.20 J29 : Mtn Mng Mfg Monsan Chem . Mont Ward Natl Cash Reg .Natl Steel N Y Cen R R Pac G and El .Park Da . 91.58 . . . ' j.06 193.18236 - Gen Elec . Gen Foods Gen Mtr Good Year Gulf Oil V. . .23 91.29 : ............. : Wo, it's not registration day tomorrow. But it is the following Tuesday, on Oct." 11. Voters have four registration days before the Nov. . 8 final election on which to get properly registered if they still need to. They are, Tuesday, Oct. jll; Tuesday, Octi 18; Tuesday, 65 . . J 15 - l. - . Int Harv . Int Nick .Int Paper . Johns Man Kennecott Stocks " informally fashion from the assembly rostrum. He said peace through disarmament is the world's first problem (Continued from Page". One) and "the choice today, in this nu21 21 check-u- p clear age is one between utter ter the 40 40 24 25 Snyder reports 'the reasons for ahnihibilation, or some way of 42 42 are: this be60 60 having peaceful 14 14 Diet; - Eisenhower does! NOT 73 73 i tween nations. There is no middle follow a rigid diet but goes easy w ay . 184 184 111 on 111 foods and keeps his daily fatty Nehru Impartial 33 33 He 34 a 34 By implication he criticized the calorie'' count around 2,000 25 24 Vz positions of both Russia and the drinks up to six glasses of water 64 64 United States on the disarmament a day. The result: His weight 72 73 63 must hovers around 175 pounds,) close V2 42 W negotiations and, said, ;"It to hisi weight as a West! Point 34 34 Vt clearly be" understood that disarm' Vi 29 29 ament and the machinery of Its cadet j45 years ago. 40 40 He takes Rest frequent control must go together." 49 ' 48 87 88 The Russians have demanded to- breaks from his work including ' 51 51 tal disarmament and then controls. a nap before lunch. He tries to '76 6 65 The West has said there can be quit when he nears the fatigue - 37 36 no disarmament unless ironclad point and tries to get eight hours 28 281, 56 55 controls are in effect. Khrushchev of sleep each night,' although like 70 restated that view today. many older ; people he seldom 17 17 63 'It is perfectly clear that dis sleeps more than six consecutive 64V4 " , Atch-- ',. Utilities ... j . 125.422.05 STOCKS Close 98,000 96,300 46,800 41,800 40,400 40,000 34,500 -- - : 579.40 Ampex Corp Crown Zeller Am Mtrs - . , Std Oil N J Gen Motors Gen Tel Am Tel Brunswick . . Lionel Corp . Rails ' .' 20, Industrials Volume" Dow Jones Averages: 30 r Total Friday's Close: 3,370,000 580.14-f9.5- 5 ' Monday's Open:1 SALT LAKE CITY Registration Member of New York Stock Exchange F. Clark Sanford Utah Obituaries 1 1 charge. Your choice of five colors.