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6 bAILY HERALD Around and About TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1961 Utah County, Utah 1 UTAH COUN'i Y TonigVir and Friday mum m , m By MILDRED FR 10 ' . .... Fork Forties - t Some-interes- t v six-wee- i. They also spent a week in Providence, R.I.,, with a brother, A. Thurber Prows and family, and saw many points of interest in New England. LOGAN The annual leadership school for women at Utah State University foi the purpose of helping housewiyes become more efficient in their domestic WW and outside duties was, attended An aunt, Mrs. Florence Clark, by 22 Utah County ladies during it ar fk VMM n Provo, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iven L. Pearson, San Juan Batis ta, Calif., and Gary Larsen, BYU, were in Salt Lake City Sunday to say goodbye to Ken: dall Pearson, who left Monday for the Southern States mission. i i i A family social given at the home of Mrs. Harold Clark hon ored her nephew, Kendall Pear son, San Juan Batista, Calif., prior to a mission departure. At tending were the T. L. Clarks, the Merrill Gordons. Mrs. La- Priel Hatfield, the Robert Hatfield family, the D. V. Roy lance family, the William M. Smiths, the Carl W. Clarks and the Iven L. Pearsons, California. County Republican Committee Gets Nephi Elect Ta 2 New Envoys to New Business State GOP Group Wednesday e. " Econ-OWas- lashed at 'the, Utah State University trail- OUR ANCESTORS er court and overturned it while Alvin Carlson, 25, and his wife, was 21, were inside. C house Another slightly injured. arlson irauer n n;u; iixium uvvueuj muy by Qumcy 1961 CATTXE THAli; br NEA- - ru; j.uuuj-so- n tipped over at Logan but all four in the family escaped with1 ' out injury. In Emery County a flash flood trailer and caught a tractor climbit but the driver swamped ed on top of the cab. and finally In the Ogdcn area the wind uppea over several ngm pianes at the Municipal Airport. A teee fell on a car owned by Howard NEW YORK (UPD-T- he Board of Health Monday ordered the city's eight tattoo parlors closed in an effort to fights the spread crisis and UN-wee- k lift. fill u& tt rs Sons of American Revolution to Hear Bushman 22-2- 8. s- iranquiiize yur ' all-nig- ht .ceatabl g, (non-aci- those steers a thousand dustv miles and you'll find out why, a tenderloin stak costs 50 cents!" 'YOU drive For a handy bookmark, cut off the corner of an envelope. It fits over the top edge of the page. 1 E "in -- if E uu ii'lT) Ij l oi) L- TflflW I j.7 - 1 MULLETTJEWELRY 184. W. Center FR 70 It d) holds false teeth more firmly powder gummy and more comfortably. No Does not gooey, pasty taste or feeling. sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture Get FASTEETH today at breath). drug counters everywhere 3 C Mini 'aim ' ail No Telephone or Mail Qrders. ANSales Final. No Sales to other Stores. . h TOMORROW 5r frifn n til ff i1 II (i VJ (ill . 1 3 C c ONLY ! 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The board .said it issued the. orto write UN letters and the "The Belin posters, A sister, Mrs. Eva Farrar of the in Secretary-General UN city urging Idaho Falls, Ida., a niece, Mrs. der, effective Nov. 1, because a organizations The following are among the death of have caused participaton. books in the Provo Public Li- - Dag Hammarskjold Lila Bowan of Blackfoot, Ida., recent survey disclosed that' tatIn addtion to Mr. Asay, others are the guests for this week of too needles have helped transmit greater public interest in United brary: Week activities in Provo on the Provo UN Committee are Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Williams, hepatitis, sn inflammation ofthe Inside Europe Today Gunther Nations liver this year," according to Bert Brent Linstrom, Wanda Scott, ProVo. A totally new work describing Week UN chairman Provo H. Stella Assistant Oaks, Asay, Mayor the postwar Europe of today in a statement issued today. LaVere Adams, and Jones, Hay Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nielsen, To Sir, With Love Braith- Sharon L. President the of Hintze, Lloyd by' Mayor Appointed Orem, were in Las Vegas, Nev., A true, poignant storv waite Provo High School UN Club. his and Mr. to attend the marriage of their Asay Cullimore, Of the birth of understanding in a all are committee contacting UP daughter, Cathy and Danny Mog-ne- 1 1 1 classroom of hostile teen-agein zL orI and religious schools, clubs, of A Kanab. dinner wedding the London slums. was given, attended also by the ganizations in Provo suggesting Nor-ri- s At Last to Kiss Amanda that special meetings be planned bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Although inarried to an at- for UN Week Oct. Mrs. Jack Mognett, Kanab and tractive 'wife, Jay Candless lias of the ac awareness "Public friends,- - Mr. and Mrs. James been deeply involved with his of the UN in both Dexter, Provo. cousin Amanda. The fulfillment complishments is fields social and the political of this relationship is the theme Dr. :i:-v- -w Mr. continued, Asay important,,, A Mother and of this book. Daughcharming "as our federal government dinner held Monday evening Closer The Sun Johnston Dr. Richard Bushman, profes- ter needs to know whether citizens TCMCinMC at the Delta Delta Delta Sorority A modern novel about a group of are United States in- sor of religious philosophy at supporting University of Utah cam talented expatriates seeking es- volvement in the UN affairs. BYU, will be the speaker at the House, Mrs. drew Felker and pus, on an Aegean island. cape Safe. aT- l"Provo and other communities monthly meeting of the Timpan-ogo- s Mrs. Sterling Ralph Provo as Now, enjoy 100 Cornaby, oy relaxation, of a Sons the of Jay, opthe Sinclair in Utah County have Chapter good Affectionately, Eve taking new A novel of manners that has portunity to learn of UN accomp- American Revolution Wednesday guests of their daughters, Karen cts as oirecxea. wainung Felker and Gayle Cornaby, U.'of action start! in minute some cutting remarks to make on lishments first-han- d through for- at 7:30 p.m. in the Court House. U. students. (lasts up to S wonaenuithe mores of both the North and eign students at the BYU and Dr. Bushman is of. Cambridge, hours). Tranquilizes tenm wnen anxiety, the South. who have members of received doctor his and faculty Mass., orry, depression, Mr. and Mrs. Don The Last Exile Gardner and stress.strain.nervout A traveled abroad," he added. Aldridge philosophy at Harvard University. stomach, irritation, novel of modern Egypt. Mr. Asay reports that speakers He will talk on the Foundation of three children returned home to indisleeplessness, Jomo Kenyatta A re on the United Nations can be pro- Freedom in the Young American Provo rested from a week vacagestion, result from Delf common, everyday tion in Las Vegas, Nev., Grand vealing examination of Kenya's vided to interested groups by con- Republic. nervousness. At Hoover Dam, Glen Canyon Druggists: Regular great leader. tacting him or Mrs. Ray Hillman, Any male descendents and their Canyon, Formula only S2... Zions and Dam, The Sea 'Venture Mason Brpce canyons. Orem, secretary of the Utah wives of a revolutionary ancestor type. $2.25. . Bryce of American canyons. Historical fiction. the D. 11 T.M. toi Bet. Pntf. are attend. muls or invited Chapter County Pt f You Can Trust the Communists Association for the United NaDr. T. Earl Pardoe is president (to do exactly as they say) tions. of the Theological chapter of the Schwarz The communists can The UN Committee also reports Sons of the American Revolution. be trusted to follow their inten that Provo public schools are tions unceasingly. planning a variety of programs Frozen cooked7 meat tends to The Twenty - seventh Wife with a UN theme. flavor when reAt Maeser each room will rep- have a warmed-u- p Wallace The story of Ann Eliza resent a different country at an heated. For better flavor, freeze Young. thawCharles The King Anthony assembly and at Dixon Junior the raw meat and cook after VISCOSE TWEED PILE Historical fiction. High the room decorations and ing, i counThe studies will be based on Fields Sing As We Go FOAM RUBBER BACK talented tries belonging to the UN. An story of a How To Hold woman, Gracie Fields. assembly to which the public Western Ghost Towns Florin will be invited is being prepared Each of these ghost towns has at Provo High School where the UN Club is helping to distribute a story of its own. More Firmly in Place Roose Your Teens and Mine Do your false teeth annoy and emThis is a Junior Literary velt or wobbarrass by slipping, dropping or If you want the BEST talk?. when eat, laugh you Guild selection, chosen as an outbling a little FASTEETH on JEWELRY Shop in Just sprinkle book older readers. for standing your plates. This alkaline hard-workin- Smith in Ogden. On a brighter note to it all- - the Geological Smwey said all indications are, for a better water year ' in 1962. fit 4 CLOSE You Can Depend On! trailer being washed away. - Chairman Announces Plans For UN Week Observance in Provo BUDGET PRICED RUGS injury. Then the unidentified man leaped to the top of a car which stopped nearby and watched the J 22-2- 8. FOLLOV OUR FANCY WITH BOOKS A new industry for NEPHI fill the vacancies left by Howard Nephi is being opened up by Mr. Maycock, Springville and Barbara and Mrs. Dee Adams of Spring-LakSmith, Provo outgoing committeemen. h It is the Nephi Dean Payne, Utah County Re- located at Main and Second South publican treasurer, announced Streets in Nephi. They have resome of the candidates for the po- modeled the service station that sition of committeemen are: used to be to make a large Mitchell Melich, Moab, Bill Lang room 30 by there, 70 feet with the latest Salt Lake, and William. F. Daw- laundry equipment. son, former congressman from They will hold a grand opening Utah. later, as black topping around the Mr. Payne stato1 that the building hag' not been laid as yet. choosing of. the state committeeNephi has never had a laundra-ma- t man will affect the, choosing of a service before. national committeeman at the resignation of Jaren L. Jones, MARITIME ADMINISTRATOR Salt Lake. DonWASHINGTON (UPI) The position of the committeevice W former 57, men is influential in deciding na ald Alexander, the Whirlpool Corp., tional party policies and consider president pf ing names of persons applying for was sworn in Monday as U.S maritime administrator. political positions. iBy United Press International More wind and rain parts of Utah again Monday, water and bringing 'always-neede- d no small amount of woe to, trailer and car owners. , ' A gust of wind caught a trailer Week observance set Oct. From left are Fine F. Tofavaha, Tonga ; Seiko Takeda, Japan ; and Kumar Gidwani, India. , UN WEEK SIGNIFICANT FOR THEM Three young school in Provo countries from people foreign attending Nalionsas of the United symbol oTUN display the flag r the past week. The theme of the" leadership school was "Values for. Living." Noted persons in politics md education as well as expertsin home management address d various sessions from Monda through Thursday. The conference was concluded with a dinner meeting Thursday night at which Leon Techinin of the University of Calfojrnia extension service spoke on "Living in a Democracy." . - . -- Wind Rain Lash Parts Of .the State At Homemalcing School in Logan N-H- . "meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.rrl. in the south courtroom to elect two new state committee representatives from Utah County to 22 From County The Eldred S, Hardings, Provo, returned home after a delightful k trip east. They were guests of a daughter and husband, Capt. and Mrs. James E. Marrott and three children at . Pease AFB, Portsmouth, . . Com- "7 - The TJtab County Republican Central Committee will hold a 46 ; concern among the people of Fork. . SPANISH FORK There are Spanish has been reflecttwo, very important meetings this ed in recent weeks by queries week for pvcrv pliTihlp vntpr of and speculation heard among citithis city. They are the primary zens as to likely candidates for Editorials meetings for the Progressives and the offices at instake. local the have appeared r weekly Citizens parties. are officers and requesting party r:A-ni-l i wiuens- pany uwpis to support and aid from various night, Oct 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the civic, social, church, and school Memorial Building and the Pro- agencies in building and maingressives party will meet Friday, taining interest in the vital quesOct 13, at 7:30 p.m., also in the tion of the selection of candidates . for office. All riti7fnc. of thic cnmmiiTiifv Since a recent change has made are urged, to attend one, or even all council offices as well as that better both meetings by Theron of Mayor, a four-yeposition, Johnson and Ted Leifson, Chair- citizens are reminded that upon men of the parties. Main items these two meetings hinges the on , the agenda for each session vital matter of the governing of will be selection of candidates for Spanish Fork during the next four two city council posts and the of- years. fice of. mayor, all of which will This writer would urge all who -' ue, up ior graDS in tne jnov- ask, speculate, or wonder about ember election. the question of "Who will it be?" of officials each group, to attend one or both meetings, Party almost your duty as this :x CTLi j111 ilUtCUi JJU11-i : - well being (nr, as a privilege. I'll be there, 1L1 I11U1C liiltTi. tieal affairs, have recently begun most certainly, and I'll be looka campaign to promote such ing for YOU! : 3-05- Walt Willes of Orem is re munity Church, Rev Edwin F. covering at his home from eye performed last week. Irwin and Mrs. Irwin, who have surgery Mr. Willcs will be confined to been visiting friends in this area, his home for some time. were guests of honor at a social given jat the home of Mrs. Grace Watch for rummage sale, ComMayhew, their hostess while munity Congregational Church, here. Rev. Irwin also occupied 175.North University Avenue, Oc his former pulpit for services on tober 25, 9 to 5. (adv.) Sunday. By FRANK G. KING - or FR 63 Former pastor of Provo NosTiinorinqE onventions i 3-85- HALL 13. J yds.. liu V - " I '