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4 SUNDAY HERALD smroY .January n, - Grover C. Miller - mi Spanish Fork Rites Set For In American Fork Strode Claims Assistant Postmaster Brier Illness California Man ' Claims Life SPANISH FORK David South Jones, Gate, Calif., died of AMERICAN .FORK in Las Vegas, Of Provo Man aWednesday sudden 'illness. Arthur Shelley Mildred Gray Chipman. Services Slated For Davis Infant Ex-Resid- OREM Graveside services be t conducted Monday at 1 p.m. in the Orem City Cemetery for Ann Davis, infant daughter of Delmar B. and Marie ' Rohbock Davis, Brigham City, former Orem will ent Of Lehi Heart Attack Fatal to, Funeral Services Set Tuesday For Mabel Junkin Dies- - Funeral services for .Mabel Duke Junkin, 63, 4096 Conrad Divie, San Diego, former Provoan, will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room- - Chapel. Mrs. Junkin died at her home on Thursday following a short ill' ' ness. ' ' Friends may call at the mortuary Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Tuesday prior to services. , Interment will be in the Provo City .Cemetery. Eureka Man Dies a f 74 L Lewis R. Lamb-so- (Peggy), Rrilph Hopes LEHI RiWh Hw$,;74, Mrs... Mildred Gray EUREKA the i Rosewood residents. 68216 r Chipman, Ave., OREM Roy Lee Lewis, 40, 481 died Tb'Tsliy nltTon in; a linrcrThe infant died shortly after Salt Lake City, former Lehi resi77, N. 980 W., died Friday following Paycn.TostJitrf 'oV.ovr.i " home fol.Nev., inT illness. James birth Wednesday in the Brigham dent, died Friday at her. a heart atack two weeks ago. ' a illness. Feb 11, 1333, at He wps lowing 'long 53. 463 N.' Center City Hospital. lie was born on Feb. 23, 1T20, ?. Eril-riin Gu"?rrt,"-rh,rwas lie born Dec. 9, 1833, She was born 'on Feb. .16, 1892, Av?ninr, Street, the assistant postmaster in Charleston, aEMwh W. Va., a son of a daughter of James G. and Elizasonof Villbm.-nnGrover Charles Miller, 68, 56 W. LHollenbtirg,, Kan., a son of Mere American Fork, died in the AmeriTT' :mVr;?ted to. Hnnks II:-r- s. Adams Clark beth Holdsworth Gray. She was 400 N., Orem, Provo businessman, dith and' Ida Meredith Jones. He can Fork Hostm- sci'le'- 'n m2ri-- a , in r03 and Ida May married to Otto Thomas Varney died Saturday morning in the Utah received his early ducation in Kan tai on r naay from (Continued and he married Ina Geneva afternoon followPage One) 5Jrrek?. Fe w?s married t C'ara on Dec. 31, 1911 in the Salt Lake Lewis. He mar-- , Valley Hospital o a sudden illness. sas -1909 in on Price Dec. of E"rfka cn J"n. 31, 1918,-iBradford LDS ried a Ca'3 on stroke. He 20, Ma: Eva Oct. died ing 31, Temple. He was born Rep. Stewart Udall, 40, of Ari 153. Ne-For the past 40 years he had He was born Allen in Denver di'd 1918. She married LeVirl V. pulzona. Nov. 8, 1892, in was TIorcs Mr on A Pacific the Union and 19 m'ner. ret!r?d in in on the June Salt 1902, Co!o., 23, 9, 1922, Nov, worked; Sept. of Agriculture ley the Benjamin, Secretary A.M. adis American Fork, , a!?3 a Rio Grande railroads as 1939. LDS Temple. He died Sept. q! he F. ini L.1 Freeman, 42, son of Charles governor of Lake1924. He started in Lchi and the son of Leo BPOE. and Mr. J. was She to married 18, Mypatcher Lewis Minnesota. Heber and and moved to Provo Sarvivin aretwo later moved to Salt Lake City, H. Chipman on April ,25, 1931, ron CITY T. and Melissa LAKE Frank SALT J. of Amanda S n'o w Commerce Luth Secretary ' .Las Vegas and Los Angeles King Shelley. He a son, Mrs. Bcfty Savage, Clark, 74,- 78 E. 2nd S., died Thurs- from Texas a er H. Hodges, 62, former governor Salt Lake City. Miller. He movMr. 1948 Lewis chief in as retired Va.: Hen r??s, Eureka;. where for and worked ; had year he; ago She was an active member of the day William Henry Hardman, 70, of North Carolina. ed totProvo with ' Pacific Union then to came the for Tost office Orem where he. was Ralph C Hooes. Rlvrrion, the Wyo.; dispatcher, V his parents in of Labor ' Arthur LDS Church in the Ivins Ward. 1416 Vf; 33rd S., died Friday. Hen.Secretary Mr. of He Snehey U.S.' Rock Wool five grandchildren;,' a sister and; a was RaD.ro member He ad. 28 the 1893' and attendlor employed. by 553 7th years. E. She 76, been of Salt had a resident ry Groldberg,52, who resigned as two brothers, Arthur Hopes, Spanthe Union Pacific Old Timers Club was a member of the Eighth Ward, ed Provo City Lake for 39 years. AFL-CIS., died Thursday; funeral Monday Company.' He was, a member'. of of counsel, special three his the. of World are veteran LDSvChurch". a LDS wife, ish, Fork; Ada Hopes, Ernest Church, Surviving Schools and the of Health, .Education are her husband; sons noon, 2S0 E. S. Temple. Mrs. Anna Secretary Sundving B Meredith the of sons a and are commander his War Surviving II, a past daughter, Mr. Miller widow; daugh- Hopes, England. and Welfare Brigham Young Abraham A. Ribi-cof- and daughters, Mrs. Em Varney Helen Nabrotzky, 84, died Friday; ters B. David 49. 'Los and Post Mrs Funeral services will be conduct American sons, Prlcilla Angeles; Legion Jones, 50, governor, of. Connecticut. Gardiner George G. Varney., Rich- funeral! Tuesday noon, 230 E. S. University. He married Beulah to Stella Single He was married Provo; Evelyn, San Jose, teJ Monday, at 1 p.m., in the Elks' Johnson on June 27, 1917, in the Jones, Huntington Park, Calif,; The cabinet was scheduled to be ard T. Varney, Darrell G. Pulley, Temple Mrs. Emma Eastwood DJc. died ' U.S. Army stationed Building in Eureka under the di- -' she Calif.;, ton on 31, 1929, and Salt Lake LDS Temple and they Ray B; Jones, Pamona, sworn in at special ceremonies at Wendell. Chipman,- Mrs. Joyce C. 93, 550 E. 3rd S., died Calif.; Bruce, Ilill, n a , in San Claudeen He 1938. Stokes, F. married Bye (Ida) Francisco; Robert, David, rection of the Masonic Lodge May 31, made their home in Provo jvhere Mrs. J) Mrs. Alice Chipman, all Thursday; funeral Monday 10 a;m. Linda and the White Whither, House this late, Oct. 14, N. Sorenson in Elko, Nev., Brenda, Arem; brothers, Friends may call Sunday evening: he owned the M and M Grocery, Park, Calif.; eight grandchildren. Robert's nomination, Salt'. Lake ;City; 18 grandchildren; 35 E. 7th S. Arthur P. Merrill, in- Delbert Lewis, con 1951. be .will Funeral1 services Santa Rosa, Calif.; and Monday. prior to services at, 836 W. Center from 1513 to 1917. fant G. and Eunice 'son a of William the first four among considered 1. the in at Sam Lewis, Pensacola, Fla.; B. O. the famiVv hme in E'jrrk?, B"rial ducted Monday p.m., Surviving are his wife, the fol services will be Monday P. Ns!son Merrill, 1505 Harvard Lewis, El Paso, Funeral by the Senate, drew any opposiFijian 1917 to 1938 he worked Soanish, Fork Second LDS Ward will be in the Nrphi Ciy CemeLinda Tex. Sorenson, children, for the John T. Taylor Grocery, Chapel. Offiicating will be Bishop lowing tion. He was approved on a stand- at noctn in the Ivins LDS -- Ward Ave., lioo S., died Friday; services ; will Jane Funeral serivecs tery. be Shelley; Sorenson, '' ' Jimmy Tuesday 150 W. Center. In 1933 he founded Swensorv Friends may call two sisters, Mrs. Jean Strong, ing vote, with only Sen. Gordon Chapel. Friends may call .at, 574 were Saturday. the" at in C. Hatch Aura Clyde p.m. tl LOGAN the Utah Distributing .'Company at the Walker Mortuary Sunday Wanda Harris Earl, Allott, standing up in op- E. 1st S., Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m., Harold where friends may cyall Mrs. (Mary) Mortuary Magna; ' ' and for 20 years was and Monday, prior to services' at 163, died Thursday; 'funeral Mon Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. and position. Follows from 7 to 9 p.m., and Monday Comer, Logan. TuesWarning with his son, Charles J. Miller. He prior to services.. Interment will Previously, the Senate had ap the chapel: Burial will be In the day, 1 p.m.. Logan First LDS day prior to services Interment Funeral services will be held moved to Orem "in" 1946. Ward." , Poisoning of Dogs Cemein the Spanish Fork City be 12:30 p.m., in the proved; by unanimous voice vote Lehi' City Cemtery. will in be Orem the at City Tuesday Cemetery. 'of MHe was a member the LDS OGDEN Rudolph E. Piz, 51, h LDS the nominations of Dean Rusk as American Fork Two dogs in the neighbort Chruch holding the office of a High 922 of state, Douglas Dillon Orchard, died Thursday; Re Secretary at call Friends Ward of Second North and hood may Chapel. Priest. He was superintendent of as treasury secreftary and Robert quiem. Mass, Monday, 10 a.m., St. Sons and Anderson the Mortuary West were reported Third (he Sunday School in the Pioneer s Catholic Church, Joseph 6 to 8 p.m., and S. McNamara as defense secrefrom dead Monday Saturday, likely victims of the Elders Ward, .president FILLMORE Mrs. Hortense 11:30 a.m. Burial tary, in that order. ' from One) until (Continued ' of Page Tuesday poisoning. Quorum, superintendent of the Allott had announced in advance Evelyn! Wilson, 48, former resi- - (Continued front Page One) will be in the American Fork City A report called in to police vi One) from (Continued Page Stout in 'and the counselor Thomas crew, YMMIA, bishopric that he Was voting against Robert dent, died in Los Angeles; funeral of the two countries would "make indicated' that dogs belonging He was a member of the high said. "Some people haven't even Cemetery. Jerome Calvert, para navigator in Los Angeles. the entire international healthier because not has "he Kennedy had to Austin Tyler, 226 N. 3rd W. council in the Sharon and Orem listened to the plan." HYRUM sufficient background in the' law chuted to safety. climate. Mrs. Alice Wilson and Lester Jepson, 258 W. 2nd stakes. He was id charge of he Hill, said the staff psychologists The Air Force sent several Jensen, 85, died Thursday; funeral The two Russians foterpreted to overall him" for the qualify N., may have been the, victims primary .Cub. Scouts in this stake had not been ..made aware that to Montkello to investi- Monday 2 p.m., Hyrum First LDS Kennedy's inaugural speech- as groups But attorney of young general's job. strychnine poisoning. and tie was released on Nov 8, the change was coming and sevthe crash and last night ac Ward. an invitation for, a new from Page One) gate was Demo : defended "The (Continued Kennedy extending by report brought a. warn- ' He was this 1959, from position. military-industr- y eral other psychologists added a tivated start GARDEN in Mcspecial Sen. CITY and L. that to Mrs. John crats, including negotiations Emma they ing anyone ' who would set a' charter member, of the" Mendel they would simply like to know vate citizen j Eisenhower said he to to the board VJJate determine, the invitation. try died out poison, not only from, the chairman of the Clellari, Hansen, 72, Thursday; accepted ssohn! chorus and imember of the what was going ;cn; in administrat- felt "wonderful . . . it's great." Senate1 cause of disaster. air .was It also noted the, fuceral was Saturday. that Soviet Rackets Committee for standpoint of liability involved, . Provo Chamber of Commerce. He appeared in high spirits on ion! of the hospital. Geri. Walter E. Arnold, diof adEAST Brig. wMch GARLAND press but because of danger to small reports served Mrs. .Kennedy's Eliza Kennedy Robery At Surviving are his wife of Orem; Dr. John Grimmett, acting pres- the leisurely ride to his farm. rector: of . were dress Jane confined to as Robertson research, flight counsel. children. safety chief . passages x died 92, Isaacson, three sons and a daughter, Grover ident of !the Utah Psychological one point, he laughingly chided TWiTtT Rait Tnlff CMvr Thej Senate then quickly 4xnt said an advance echelon of the Friday; funeral Monday 1 p.m., relating 'to his desire for better said his group is "very photographers to stay out of snow firmed Assn., J. Edward Day, a Los An board has already arrived at the East garland LDS- - Ward Chapel. relations between the two powers Charles J. Miller, ProVpf Dale concerned" about the Situation at banks or "catch a helluva cold." scene. Investigators from .VEEjNAL Newell K. Merrill, and ignored the new president's " SmaH crowds turned out to geles insur ance executive, to bej crash Ted Miller, Orem Mrs. Lloyd B. Utah State Hospital. He is a psyHill Force and Air died 44, Utah, Base, pledge of vigilance to, protect postmaster funeral general. was Thursday; theEisenhowas ' and wave (Rurth) Thornton,! San Lorenzo, cheer chologist at the Veterans AdminAmerican liberty. Rusk and Dillon won confirma-- : Briggs Air Force Base, Texas, also Saturday. Calif, i' 14 grandchildren; a great istration Hospital in Salt Lake ers drove through rural Maryland been have the It was believed Thompson asked tion in voice sifting through that order, vote, bjr and Pennsylvania. grandchild i threej brothers and City. which was Khrushchev about the premier's after speeches of praise for both wreckage spread three; sisters, Cojlas D. Miller, . IMbrcok defended the proposal i 6 over fivenmiLe area. a Jan. men from Republicans as well as speech in which he 'reRoland S. Miller, J. Fenton Miller, . cut off that attacks it agamstj Arnold the said stated emphatically the commuboard the authority and responsi- Democrats. Mrs. Alvan D. (Vera) Perry, Mrs. between profes it has to cpmmunicationi "inon is called nist ideology and stand on foreign Sen. J.W. E S .'. own chairman together mishaps stand of maintain its all Fulbright, Oliver M. (Edna) Hansen, bility (Continued from Page One) the and members staff up sional affairs. weapon systems integral Provo; Mrs. Rupert '.(Zella) , Mor-ri- pers echelons I of administrative ards of professional performance. of the Senate Foreign Relations volving o terror ... to Lumum-bisAmerica's national reign defense and on Committee, t commented Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Rusk's e .r waged A "3. by Ida. profession Kmberly, no was there He said Elmo accident-causSmith,. Ch ever, funeral authorities. personnel.! Vasilv Kuznetsov and Foreign Af; factors can Funeral services will be Tues- Intention training which hearing before the committee (and where tihat. do to wilibe held' Monday services A similar appeal was sent here fairs Ministry Collegium Member own said the nation can rest assured not be readily isolated." day at 2 p.m.,' at the Berg Draw- Salt is provided by members of its D 11 a.m. Delia at in the Berg DrawLoveridge, Rep. Neither Stout, a 31year-ol1st .Friday by white men living in that .the affairs, of' the State DeAnatoly Dobrynin also attended profession. ing Room Chapel! in Provo with Lake, of the Room i chairman Friends public Cliapel. ing Province, another Lumumbist the meeting. "4. Adequate training requires partment "are in competent and lieutenant from New Arleans, nor Clifton M. Pyne of. the Orem" First institutions Welf and are at Sun call the health, may mortuary a lieuten2nd stronghold. Calvert, Ward officiating.. Friends may call that the profession has on its staff worthy hands." at was the 6 also 8 to Mon committee?.from and She.; p.m. to day 6 ant AND PROUD s, from Phoenix, were seriously HAPPY Troops loyal strong man Col. a person who is highly trained at the mortuary Monday from Kennedy's nominations of the 10 to services. Inter-moWASHINGTON (UPI) to 8 p.m. and Tuesday prior to meeting. and experienced and is adminis cabinet officers and of Adlai E. injured, Phey ejected themselves Joseph Mobutu were reported Joseph day pror will be in the Provo Citj services. Interment will be in the tratively required to provide faf Stevenson to be U.S. Ambassador from the .plane at 36,000 feet and messing today on the border be- P. Kennedy was too busy to tell V new the to policy Cemetery. tween Opposition United Nations were fell free to 14,000 feet where their Equator; and Oriental prov- reporters how a father feels on Provo City Cemetery. of senior staff as to the was voiced in a letter written development the day his son takes office as well as formaBy submitted to the Senate parachutes opened automatically., inces opposite earlier this month and signed by ."The trainees. but on soldiers of President forces, each United side the within an Ken States. Utah hour of after Psychologists Friday Mabel Lamson Duke Junkin, 11 men working either as senior were, said to be. deploying for de- Newsmen approached the elder took the presidential oath. contend these State that nedy Hospital services will be Tuesfuneral in or psychology psychologists are not satis However, various Senate commit (threatened Friday to delay action fense rather than attack. Kennedy Friday as he was hurrystated requirements 11 a.m.in the Berg at from state One) day terns at the Utah (Continued Hospital. fied by the proposed plan. The tees previously had held hearings on the Cabinet team unless cord? Page It was reported Friday that ing from a family luncheon to see r Roo In' Chapel. :is (A jpsychologis't distinguished abolishment of and on the noriiinations and approved mittee reports on their appodnl-ment- s Belgian troops had moved up to the inaugural "parade. He was Drawing j: more important bills on the third departments Friends while may call at the morfrom a .psychiatrist in that were made available to all the border of" the Ruanda-Uran. asked how t he felt. He didn't andele- them, heads and the reading calendar in a hurry Tadepartment tuary Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. But Senate leaders trust 'territory, across the river swer. "Proud and happy?" a reli thear than have them choked off psychologists may hold degrees After! approving Rusk's nomina senators. of the afore mentioned regation and' .to a in the field up including, rushed copies to members and, from fjhe. Kivti capital of Biikavu, porter suggested. "You can write and Tuesday prior to services. to Senate on moved the tion the unit sponsibility physicians by dozens of minor measures quickly, Interment will be in Provo riot doctor of philosopy, tney do and the elected professional chair- motion of Sen. Mike Mansfield, cleared the way for quick appro j but authorities in Brussels denied that, yes," Kennedy replied, too City Reapportionment j will present havie a Imedical Cemetery. degree. Psychia- man will any plan to, attack. a thorny problem jfor the Senate lead to the Mont., the Democratid leader, to al today. busy to find his own words. immediately the of none whom signed first of all because it is rooted trists, hold medical loss of trainees and lowering of Kennedy's nomination of Dillon to The degrees.) letter, a direct and has in regionalism In the long- run" this be Secretary of the Treasury. which was widely dis- morale. will . Robert S. McNamara, former result in the deteriorbearing on just how many legis-- , letter, change about the hospital, said: ation of Motor Co. president, then lators each county will have. tributed and Ford other psychological "With regard to the administra- services' in the. h "There!" axe 'two approaches, of will was approved;- - also by .voice and hospital the present lead to "the eventual decline and vote the Senate (bill is getting tions proposal that as Defense Secretary. No f. whdch as adabolished be departments treatment of the unit the most opposition. It seeks to ministrative fall sysdissenting votes were heard. entitles, and their tem," the letter concluded. Sen. Wayne Morse, take away , some representation from less populous counties and request that professional personnel thq implications of, give it to Salt Lake arid Davis and! discuss, state their attitudes and counties w i t h out changing the ', the proposed toward overall number in either house. opinions this statement has been change,! The other bill would add six more I statement This repre drafted; and two more representatives sents the,' combined opinions of all representatives, doing the same Psychologists presently employed ' thong but taking nothing away. at the Utah State Hospital. It is Could Get Sidetracked ' of coopera offered in " ; The; Uniform School .Fund-- ' bill tion;, loyalty,the;spirit concern sincere arid was introduced in 'the House and continued and for the Ideals pro probably will get come kind of at the hospital. gress action' there if It doesn't get side- philosophy of Psychology mX tracked in' committee, ,lt would at "The i J NmJ IuJ LJ mwr Li the Utah Hospital has ,cost the state about $10.5 million always been 'State arid continues to be more in 4he next (wo years than directed toward the '' ' .'... y. development ' :! already proposed and would raise of the team and the approach :: 1 ' the minimum amount per distri- - unit -in this state M Nothing system. MATCHED ;i butior.. unit from $3, 150 to $6,000 ment should befconstrued ,.-as being at the same time' altering the contrary to this position. Our con supplemental funds. is that these goals AH sorts of proposals for paying cern, however, ! achieved will! not be ' by dissolving " in been discussed have legislators the departments as currently pro .i to CHURCH those both Houses, including administration. the is It by posed and amount double o the i. more than vm belief that the professional v raise per diem expenseto allow-- ; our than hinder O CABINETS $1 a departments rather aixres,' reduce the pay 11 I ' or .the effective ing hampering Manager year or to just raise trayel ex-- ! ness of the units functioning have penses for those living out of the in point of fact, provided the imO BUILT-IN- 5 - immediate of Salt Lake. vicinity petus and structure for its. incepThe Senate's state and federal 1 tion; and growth; and are essenO SHELVES civil defense ' t fairs," 'military and defot tial continued rhe units', i committee inreported a bill to f i ! "The Man Behind Ithe Counter" (2 Day Service OKI Specials) : crease pay ' from $500 to $1,200 'a velopment. O OUTDOOR "In order to provide professession favorably Friday. ' sional. staff to carry out the team STORAGE ; Who' Guarantees You the Best Possible Sen.f Marvin Ashton, R - Salt and: unit f the . following approach, OPEN 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. DAILY . amend-to an submit ) Lake, plans well; must recognized principles M ment when the measure gets to be embodied in I Dry Cleaning Service any administraSundays) (except j the floor which would cut the pay ,.........v... f ' v.v..t tive structure: I i ' & to $1 'a year as a method of set- -' A profession must have ad"ll If house consists of items cleaning your picking up ting am 'example for economy. It ministrative authority so that all and them to Anderthen another let found favor moving little has spot, rrm JUST ACROSS THE PROVO apparently decisions affecting that profes Lumber son Co. In the Senate.' more add help you storage space, sion have been formulated with a . .. I i wide-variettheir cloof ideas for and consent of the using cabinets, participation First large ship to pass through profession. shelves or outdoor storage. Provide sets, built-inf the Panama Canal was the SS An-- ! . "21 A that profession requires for a central storage space - See Anderson Lum1914. on ' i . i M . . , i ' . Kennedy Cabinet t :" b-r- In, v . , -- , n d, - i n- -' . - n hi. S-- i Utah Obituaries Or-vil- le : m'-mr- -- dau-Jifr- rs Ax-..-anuri- 2xM a, - . Wix-Sanderso- - i O. - . f, i Gor-do- n, 3 ! EI-wo- od - - -- ai-On- . , ly great-grandchil- d. . co-own- er Sixth-Eight- State; Hospital ; Find Body . co-pil- ot ; . Khrushchev : i . Eisenhower . i " ", t D-Ar- , : -- Ti-m,- Ber " - . ' j ? s Mortuary j Belgians er . . : SERVIC , . U, . ..,.1.' on-goi- ng quires in-serv- ice e j Ki-v- u d i - I nt ". . . " pro-Lumum- ba : Legislators S ; i . -- di : I v-- ; ! 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