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w7" " w ; X. 1 L New Yorkers Are World !"'-- 'J . Telephone FR " .' 50 Champions 4th N. ........ FR 190 W. Orem Office 757 N. State Blanchard, Lopezr Spark Bombers; To 4th Win in 5 Games it . .mm XT a L YC. PROVO, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1961 6 VERNAL PLANS SEND-OF- F FOR HOME TROOPS Cennedy I o Visit . . Rayburn V , President Plans To Fly to Dallas To See " ... , Ailing House Speaker i 2-- 0. PST. He will motor to Baylor University Hospital where Rayburn is suffering from incurable cancer, visit briefly with the speaker and J 3-- 2 . return to Washington tonight. Meantime, the White House took a somewhat displeased attitude after a statement Sunday by West Wilhelm Ambassador German Grewe that the recent Kennedy-Gromyk- o talks amounted to "a step backward." Without commenting directly on Grewre's statement, Press Secretary Pierre Salinger said: "It is incorrect to say that the talks have gone sour, though they have not yet produced a basis for negotiations." Kennedy faces a busy week upon his return to Washington. news conferHe hab his first ' 30 scheduled for since ence Aug. 10 a.m. Wednesday. On Thursday he flies to North Carolina for three public appearances, including an important speech at the University of North Carolina in V i i i ment Administration, who was principal morning: speaker; Milton G. Johnson, president of the Orem Chamber df Ccimmerce, who blinked as pkqto was taken; ; and S. E. Jacobsen, Sen. Frank E. Moss president, Provo Chamber of Commerce. CONGRESSMAN ADDRESSES PROVO CONFERENCE Congressman David S. King is shown at Reds first speaker's piilpit as Utah Valley economic development the toward bunted conference got underway in Provo today. Seated at the Blasingame out. him Jthrew and mound Terry head table, from left, are Leon V. Lankan of Denver, Kasko lined TerryV first pitch chief of the Western Division of the Area Redevelop- - I I to left for a single.' Pinson popped to Boyer , just in front of the pitcher's "mound. Robinson flied to Lopez. "No runs, one hit, no errors, one ' : Federal Experts Out line f ips F'"s spumn Econorn ic G rowf h in Vail ey a left. . Yankees second Richardson flied to Robinson. (See SERIES Page 6) Chapel Hill. The White House also has begun to unfold plans, for a speaking tour in the West next month. will speak been selected for treatment by are badly in need of the help be On Nov.. 16, Kennedy at ceremonies in Wash., Seattle, the Area Redevelopment Admin cause ol economic conditions Utah County, while much morse marking the 100th anniversary of istration in Utah. (See KENNEDY Page 4) These are Utah and Carbon prosperous, still is in need of ii counties and thd Uinta Indian because it faces a continual situa Reservation region. He said Car tion where the demand for jobs iki bon County and the reservation the area is greater than it is 'Main, speaker this morning was By THERON II. LUKE Leon V. Langan, Denver, chief of Over ioo top leaders of Utah the Western Division of the Area County met today in Provo with Redevelopment Administration. key figures of half a dozen fed- - He' told his audience of industrial, . Experim entdl Given Drug '. To Rayburh ''''" ' ;.".v' in me ursi erai agencies ' conand educational held to in business, laborthree areas have be ference- of its type that leaders Utah how to broaden the economic base of the community and thereby increase its jobs and prospe. , - Storm Closes In rity; ; The conference, was launched House Tex. (UPI) Congressman David S. King by Speaker Sam , Rayburn. has , with) , who declared in his ( stood the first doses of an- exwant to DALLAS, D-Ut- ah remarks, "I drug opening perimental cancer-slowin-g that Utah County make it plain well, a physician disclosed today. is not a area, but it depressed today. . to an needs which area is President Kennedy will visit its industrial bases and expand economy Rayburn today - Secret Service to make certain it won't become men checked the security, of Bay- cne."'" lor University Medical Center, For. this reason, the has where Rayburn is, in- - advance of been selected for this county Area first ' the President's arrival. Administration Redevelopment Rayburn got the first dose of conference in. the state, Rep. King Sunday. said. the drug, 5 dluoro-uraci- l, It is put into his '. veins, like a Floyd E. Dominy, Washington, blood transfusion. Dr. Ralph D.C., U.S. commissioner of reTompsett, spokesman for the four clamation, was the speaker at doctors treating Rayburn, said the noon luncheon, outlining the the treatment is continuing and importance of the Central Utah there have been no side effects. Project to Utah Valley. (For The drug, if Rayburn continues text of Commissioner Dominy's to tolerate daily doses of a few speech see story elsewhere on minutes each for the next week this page). or two, may slow the cancer and pro.ong Rayburn's life, weeks or " months. Reviews Project "Mr.: Rayburn had. a fairly good Dominy night." - a' bulletin issued; by Dr, T'mnpsett at;: Baylor 1 University Medical Center said. "He is J awake and alert. He seems comfortable and complains of no pain. A few minutes ago, he was sit-ting up in, bed having his breakfast. There is no change in his Economic impact of the Central condition. In addition to the new, experi- Utah Project on the area it will mental' drug, Rayburn is also get-ti- serve today in Provo cortisone, which 'acts as a by Floyd E. Dominy, U. S- - Com- stimulant and keeps poisons from r Mr. Dominy will speak at a accumulating in his system. Four physicians see - him daily. public meeting in the 'Provo J They have been consulting with Higrh School Auditorium to--, t . other cancer specialists tnrougn-ounight at 8 o'clock. He is ex one the country, including pected to discuss the Central who will come to Dallas soon to Utah Project with perhaps some enlargement on , his ' check Rayburn's condition. Dr. ; luncheon remarks today. Tompsett refused, however, to v identify the physician. $ missioner of Reclamation, at a luncheon which , was a featured ICnov event of the area redevelopment the Riverside Seminar held at By Uited Press International Country Club. Mr. Dominy said the Central Temperatures on Venus range from tire boiling point, of water Utah Project phase of the Colo2' i degrees oil the daytime side rado River Project should be of the planet to 10 degrees below completed by 1970 if the present zero ;' on schedule is not interrupted: He side. 4 . i . , ! - Massive Search Fails To Locate Lost PI one search Sunday by ton Air Force Base, Calif, dis aircraft, some 50 ground vehicles patched search aircraft from and about 150 persons failed to Salt Lake headquarters and from locate a missing light plane which disappeared S at u r d a y afternoon enroute to Provo from Needles, Calif. This morning aircraft were standing by to continue search if the weather lifts. The plane was piloted by Joel Honey, Needles, father of BYU student, Bruce Honey. Sunday, Utah Civil Air Patrol called out under the national search and rescue plan by Hamil-- j Central Utah Project Completion Seen By '70 ' f ns was-outlin- ed -- ; . ( Now You 'the-dar- k . said It will bring water from the Uintah Basin region into an en- larged Strawberry reservoir, and then by tunnel down Diamond Fork into Utah Valley. Plans call fort enough water to serve 46,000 acres pf new land and to furnish a supplemental supply for 86,000 acres now under irrigation in Utah and Salt Lake Valleys, Juab County and the Sevier river basin area to the south. In addition he said it should furnish 1,000 acre-feof water annually for new municipal and industrial purposes apart from its irrigation phases. Added to this he said will be 95,000 kilowatts of hydro-electrcapacity in the Diamond Fork power system, with an annual production of 288 million kilowatt- hours of electric energy. Commissioner Dominy outlined (See PROJECT age 4) et ic ' able to supply. t Five Avenues He outlined five Ways in which the Area Development Administration can- help local communit-tieto broaden their economic base by bringing in new business ' and industry. 1. Loans may be made for industries and commercial enter! prises which will create new job in a community not merely reshuffle them. 2. Loans may be made for th construction of public facilities such as water, sewer and railroad access branches which are essential to the establishment of new or expanded enterprises. 3. The training and of unemployed workers may be carried out along with a program of subsistence payments to the workers while engaged in their training period. 4. The agency stands ready with technical assistance to aid local interests in whatever way! possible in carrying out their - A massive ; ' -- (D-Uta- h) s Provo. Pilots able to fly only briefly in fog shrouded canyons were un able to spot anything Civil Air Patrol ground vehicles dispatched from a mobile corn- munications center out of Prov-Oredirected land search and ground interrigation from .Eureka to Wallsburg and from Draper to Strawberry. A number of leads turned up indi cating that a small aircraft pin pointed on radar Saturday in, a holding area over American Fork Canyon appeared to have programs. 5. The Division of Urban PlanH flown in the. Tirripanogos area with motor troub (See FEDERAL Page 4) Working under CivirAir Patrol was the Salt Lake Sheriff's Jeep Patrol and its mountain rescue crews and Hill Air Force Base mountain rescue specialists. 25 Jeeps Help Utah County Jeep Patrol under direction of the Jeep Captain Victor Durham' had 25 jeeps in Are you registered to yote the field. , in the municipal elections this Mr. Durham nirrowly escaped fall? death .Sunday when his jeep If you live in Provo, you'll parked on a cliff side accident the first of three opportunDur Mr. get ally nudged-intgear. ham leaped x safety as the jeep ities to register tomorrow, went over the cliff. Oct. 10. AiSr Civil Patrol First and second class cities Among person nel searching Sunday were col of the state will hold registration from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. lege and. high school age cadets from throughout' the state: at the homes of registration were former agents in the various voting Among them Cadet Captain Leslie Moore, Lay- districts. ton, a "jet orientation, honor There will be two additional cadet and former encampment registration days Oct. 17 cadet commander who recently and 31. These will be shared enlisted in the Navy. Home on by voters in all communities, brief leave from Treasure Island, first, second and third class. San Francisco, cadet Moore Provo is the only ' second volunteered .for search class city in Central Utah and promptly This was he duty. therefore the only one with a morning pro LOST PLANE (See Page 4) registration day tomorrow. re-traini- ng m ranging . VERNAL (UPI) -- 1 The Vernal Chamber of Commerce has arranged a send-o- ff program for members of the 115th Engineer Battalion who will leave for Ft. Lewis, Wash., Wednesday. The troops leave for Salt Lake City at 5 a.m. Wedness day. The high school band, all law enforcement agencies and city and, county dignitaries , NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) President Kennedy will fly to Dallas, Tex., early this afternoon for a brief visit with ailing House Speaker Sam Rayburn, the White House announced today. Kennedy was scheduled to take off from Quonset Naval Air Station by jet transport, arriving at Love Field, Dallas, at 1:35 p.m. ' . PRICE FVE .CENTS Dug (yJL ' i: ; 3.1 I. J play-by-pla- ( T of a variable nature through Tuesday. Periods of light rain in the valleys and snow in the mountains this afternoon and tonight. A few snow flurries in the moun-tain- s' Tuesday. Colder tonight. A little war m e r Tuesday. High Tuesday 54 to 5G. Low tonight S3 to 35. AC am w The New CINCINNATI (UPI) York Yankees today had the World Series championship as they romped to a 13--5 victory over the Cin? cinnati Reds. v. fit was the Yankees fourth victory in five games.- dey Following is a scription of the fifth World Series ' Y' game: Yankees first Richardson, took a called strike and then 'a singled to left center. It was his ninth hit of the series, ', tying 'the record for the most number of hits in . a five game series..' The. record was set by Home Run Baker and Eddie Collins of , the Athletics in 1910, tied by Baker in 1913, by Henie Groh of . the Giants, in 1922 and Joe Moore of the: Giants., in 1937. MKubek flied deep to Pinson, v Richardson holding first.' Maris flied, to Robinson, Richardson staying at first Jay threw to first trying to pick off Richardson, but the ball got by Coleman and Richardson went to second. Coleman was .charged with an. error. Blanchard, on a,3-- l count, hit a home run into the right field bleachers,.. scoring Richardson ahead; of hir and putting the Yankees ahead, Howard doubled off the score-bear- d in left center, field. Maloney began warming up for ' the- - Reds. ... , Skowron on a pitch lined a single off the center field wall, .scoring Howard., Skowron could have had an easy double out of it, but fell down after rounding first base, Jay was taken outforandtheMaloney Reds. went in to pitch the .down right Lopez tripled field foul line, scoring Skowron. Boyer doubled off the left field scoreboard, Lopez scoring, Terry struck out Five runs, six hits, one error, one left. ... i! 50 YEAR, NO: 50 EIGHTY-NINT- H (Or (5 CLOUDINESS 3-50- , - f?n'P uu For . Ads., News, Circulation: Provb Office, , . t 5 Drown In Alaska Storm ,., will be present at the program.The Battalion is part of President Kennedy's callup. ' doned followed. Several small boats and planes converged on the area and the bodies of Mrs. Moe and the two boys were recovered along with the hatch cover of the Partner. r West Warned Against Offering Cofmmunists One-Side- Concessions d . By JOSEPH B. FLEMING United Press International BERLIN (UPI) West Berlin - Mayor Willy Brandt warned the West today against offering the Communists concessions" on Berlin. He said it was a weakness to speak "too loosely" of "one-side- d concessions. U.S., Allies Study Move In Berlin By STEWART HENSLEY United Press International WASHINGTON The (UPI) United States and its Allies today faced the problem of deciding on their next move in the Berlin crisis in view of a stiffened Soviet standi Brandt reported today to Berlin newsmen on his quick trip to the United States late , last week, during which he had a telephone rtalk with President Kennedy. . The West Berlin mayor said he could confirm that the U.S. guarantee of West Berlin's freedom remains as firm as ever. "It is rare, ' he said, "that the government of the United States has so irrevocably committed as it has in the question of r West Berlin." In other developments: The East, German Communists expended their border "zone of death" designed to deprive fleeing refugees of cover and give police a clear field of fire. West Berlin police reported that workers, under police guard, razed cotnorth tages on Quickborncr Strasse along the French sector border district of; Reinickendorf. In West Germany; the British army of the Rhine began one of its biggest postwar maneuvers as it-s- ell There appeared to be differences among the Western powers as to tne wisdom of continuing to probe for a soft spot in the Russian demands, which .call for abandonment of the Allied position in Berlin. Secretary of State Dean Rusk was expected to confer this week with the British, French and West 33,000 troops took part in Exer German ambassadors here on the cise Spearpoint. East-We- deadlock. Allies obviously were disheartened by the fact Soo viet Foreign Minister Andrei took a tougher stand in his conference Friday night with President Kennedy than he had in previous talks with Rusk. Favors More Talks Rusk w4s said to r feel it still was worthwhile to cobtinue diplomatic discussions of some form with the Russians to' try to find continuing The Western st Gro-myk- an "honorable" basis for negotia- "We JUNEAU, Alaska (UPI) are shutting down the radio and abandoning the boat." This terse radio message was the last word heard from the 37- foot fishing boat, Partner, which went down in a storm about 77 miles nqrthwest of here with five aboard. ' Alaska State Police identified the victims as Don Moe, his wife, Shirley, two sons, Paul, 6, and David. 7, and! a daughter, Donna. The family was from Tacoma, Wash,, but had been fishing in the Pelican, Alaska, area. A fishing vessel reported hear ing a distress call in which a woman's voice said "we are holed and sinking." The message that the boat was being aban Mayor Says U. S. Firm On Berlin Earlier, told police that Communist. East German eye-witness- es border guards penetrated 25 yards into West Berlin Sunday night, seized two West German teen agers and dragged them back across the East border-int- o j Bcr- - (See MAYOR Page 4) Righfwingers Force Delay In Laos Move tions. The French and West Germans were not convinced of this, feeling the Allies would do better to stand pat and see whether Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev will By MICHAEL T. MALLOY modify his position. United Press International West German Ambassador WilLaos (UPI) VIENTIANE, helm Grewe said during a TV inRightwing Laotian leaders today terview Sunday the Kennedy-Gro-myk- o delay in seeking meeting appeared to be a forced a 's Vatthana's King Saving approval "step back" compared to a coalition gov earlier meetings with of a plan! to form ernment with " Prince Souvanna Rusk. He said the evaluation of the Phouma.i Comniunist-barkfv- i , Kennedy , - Gromyko conversation tralist, as premier. The basic was was agreement Western among diplomats "not optimistic." Up to now, he reached Sunday at a conference of the three princes of Laos in a said, the preliminary tent on the banks on Berlin had "not provided candy-stripe- d talks of the NamLik river in llin Hcup any practical basis for meaning, village. ful negotiations." Souvanna Phouma and his half Meets With Diplomats brother "Red" Prince Souphan-ouvonMeanwhile, Rusk was conferthat Prince Boun ring with two key American 'am Oum andagreed -- Gen. Phoumi Nosavan. bassadors on the explosive Ger and vice premier premier of the man issuei He met Sunday with present government, U. S. Ambassador to Moscow should to the royal capital at go Llewellyn E. Thompson and was Luang Pfabang today. (See U. S., ALLIES Pa ge 4) They were to arrange an .au- - dience with King Savang Vail- hana for Souvanna Phouma at which 'the neutralist would, seek authority to try to form a coa lition government. But today the two government leaders announced they would not leave for Luang Prabang un til Tuesday. They gave no reason, you have transferred from 24-ho- ur Gro-myKo- U.S.-Sovi- . et g, pro-Weste- rn Provb Sets 1st Registration Day Tuesday; All Cities Have Sign-U- p Days Oct. 17, 31' Provo will hold its primary election Oct. 24 to eliminate five of the 11 candidates running for the three four-yepositions on the city council. Third class cities do not have a primary election. Instead, they nominate their , ar o . j . candidates at party conven- tions. ? The municipal election will be Nov. 7 for all incorporated cities and towns in the ' ; state. : Who should visit the regi-trati- on agents or at the other two registration days? If yoii have reached age ..21 since the last election or have become a naturalized citizen, be sure to get registered.' If i one voting district to another, visit your, former agent and get a transfer to the new one. If you're a new resident, you must sign up also. Residence requirements "are one year in the state, four months in but it was assumed they wanted to prepare strategy for bargain- -' ing still to come on the makeup of the new cabinet. Gen. Phoumi Nosavan indicated Sunday that the agreement still could blow up over this. . Vthe county, and 60 days in the district. It's a smart voter who doesn't take a chance. If you" failed td vote in the last general election, you should . check with your registration agent just to make sure ycu are on the rolls.; Call the city recorder if you don't know in which district you live or who is serving as registration, agent.. HERALD IND Central Utah News . 2, 3, 4 .... 10, 11 Classified... 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