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i 1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, ,1961 Utah Cnnty. Utah SUNDAY HERALD 4 3Y Li -- Kivanis Glub J Hears Plea For Fitness 5: Local People Have Roles Second Annual Feature Writing Contest CattlemenV Meet Begins January 25 - ' "I sometimes wonder if "4 ', v . we in America have the guts to become and stay physically fit," said Dr. Milton Hartyigsen Thursday noon in a talk on physical fitness at the Provo Kiwanis club luncheon-meetin- .J" V Dr. Hartvigsen who is dean of the, College of Physical Education at the Brigham Young University, devoted the major part of his remarks to a consideration of the problems' and critical weaknesses in our society especially in the field of health and physic al fit" 'v : ness, , "Lack of desire is one of the greatest weaknesses of today's athletes," he said, in developing his theme. "Too few. are willing to pay the bill. So it is with society all want peace, security, freedom, accomplishment, but too few are willing to pay the? price. ' Ominous Signs "The signs of today are ominous. The heritage that America has so well guarded full personal development in ways most suited to each man's naturethis heritage is now threatened, our democratic society is in danger. Will we bypass our obligations to the individual and our high national purpose as defined in the preamble to the Constitution? Are we retreating from high ideals, high national and Individual pur- 1 I flip .'ifiiiH'i'iwifii' win mn PRAYERFUL LANDINGA shipwrecked family gives thanks for. its survival in Walt Disney's feature, "Swiss! Family Robinson. From left are Francis (Kevin Corcoran) ; Father (John Mills) ; Ernst (Tommy Kirk) ; Mother (Dorothy Mc . Giiire) ; and Fritz (James jNiacArtnurj. : 'Swiss Family Robinson' Exciting Adventure Story Te brilliant "panavision4ech? nlcolor" version of "Swiss FamRobinson," Walt Disney's popular film feature, will open Wednesday at the Academy in Provo. , Disney's most expensive motion picture to. date, "Swiss Family Robinson" combines all. the elements of entertainment--adven-tur- e, romance, humor, a multitude of animals', aud one of the strongest casts in ; Disney pro-duction history. Starring "are "John Mills, Dorothy McGuire, James Mac Are thur and Janet Mi atro, with Hayakawa, Tommy Kirk, Kevin Corcoran and Cecili Parker ily ; ! Ses-su- '' co-starri- ng. Mills is the dean of British actors, one of the highest paid and often voted the most popular ' in' England. Miss McGuire ranks among Hollywood's most accomplished actresses, intermittently r i ' r . y At The Movies BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL Friday: Boy to John and Sharon Larson of Provo. such Greenwood roles mctiier in specializing Girl to Leon and Carol Watkins as the ones she now plays so well in, Disney's fabulous version of Prestwich of Orem. Girl to Grant L. and Nancy Lu the Johann Wyss classic. Janet Munro, a young and Clegg Seely, Orem. Boy to Earl and Madelyn Taylor beaiitiful import from England, Deleeuw' of Provo. and j James MacArthur, talented to Girl Joseph Grant and Mariactor son of Helen Hayes, provide the love 'interest at'd help with lyn Kingston Stephenson of Provo. the incessant action,. too particul- AT PAYSON CITY HOSPITAL arly; MacArthur, in the latter Jan. 20: case, as the eldest and most ag- t Girl to Jay and Velma Olsen Nfcelson, Springville. gressive of three sons. Tommy and Kevin are on Jan. 19: familiar ground as the two other Girl to Carl William and Laura sons, portraying brothers as they Deon Baker Peay, Provo. did iinj "Old Yeller" with Miss Jan 18: Girl to Louis Lee and Madeline McGuire, and in ."The Shaggy Peterson Minniek, Pay son. ; , Dog!'j charJan. 16: Hayakawar a star and acter actor for nearly half a Boy to Charles Grant and Lila century, has never played a role Gladys Porter Carlisle, Payson. with more gusto than that of a Jan. 15: marauding pirate chief, while Boy to Thad McPaye and Oeola Parker, known for his sophisti- Electa Hatch Torgersen, Spanish ' cated Icomedy, turns somewhat Fork. sobersides to play, the merchant-- Jan. 14: an! fy commander who undoes Boy to Ernest Leonard and '" Hattie Coombs AJhlin, Pay-soLaura v. Hayakawa;-s p ent upwards of Girl to Lewis Max and Norma $5,000,000 to produce the most Bame Holman, Santaquin. Jean "exciting realistic castaway story Boy to James Lawrence and possible, searching half the tropical world before he found Tobago Nancy Jane Jones Simmons, Somin thiel West Indies, a primitive island I perfectly suited to the an. 13: Girl to Seymour Clarence and script, He moved in thousands of tons Janice Deon Richins Isaacson, of building material and equip- Genola. ment; built roads; parking lots, 'Boy to Jim and Sally Ann Senn .... a vast studio, kitchens, dining Pfouts, Payson. 12: adJan. storm rooms jand shelters in Girl to Ronald Earl and Linda dition ;to the complex and unHenline Martin, Salem. Ann precedented sets such as the three-levan. 11: d treehouse and a wrecV copied from Captain Boy to Donald Wesley and Norma Karen Smith Jacobs en, Cook's famed "Endeavor." Payson. ( . - . m n. : What's Playing ft "tatistics : - Sunday, Jan. 22, 1961 j IPROVO , Let iNo Man Write Academy Bandit of Zhobe. and My Epitaph, The Sundowners, Paramount with Robert Mitch urn. Who Was That Lady, Uinta iani Strangers When We Meet. OREM From The Terrace, Geneva and The Secret Of The Purple Reef. Closed. Scera SPRIXGVILLE , life-size- el FIRST FLAG There is - some doubt among Lace, with scholars that Betsy Ross made the ' Doris Day. S. U. first Flag. These scholars P.YSON contend that its principal designer Jluish Girl Of The Night; with' probably was Francis Hopkinson, a Anne Francis. signer of the Declaration of IndeS;. AMSH FORK who later tried unsucArch Inherit The Wind, with pendence, to get paid for his work. cessfully Gene Kelly. .ivoli 1 v. Midnight- - PLEASANT CROVE 'Grove -- r Closed. A5IE31ICAN FORK fTess 'Of The Storm jCoral Country, and The Secret Of The Purple Reef. - I liEHI ' j Ml JANUARY THE GREATEST ADVENTURE POSITIVELY ENDS TUESDAY H "i 25 H If. it i i vniT D1SNEVS- rJA I m ii 7 Plans are SPRINGVILLE derway for the organization of a new Cub Soottt Pack No. 122 in Springville under the sponsorship of the Springville Community Organization and parent training meetings are set for Jan. 24, "What Cub Scouting Is"; Jan, 27, Row... outlived TODAY I AT 1:15 Til 75c W ff f 2 Then $1.00 Child 25c Feature 1:50, 6:59, 10 P. """nCHNICOtOR t"""" rum m PAJUVttlON .... i CEDAR HILLS RESTAURANT (Under New Management) ' TODAYS V -- - 4 if. it - AND DRESSING $1.50 GDOD TASTY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES 1 I! A I Best Under-- , stood By Adults. PLUS VICTOR MATURE AS 'BANDIT OF ZHOBE" .y. m STARTS WEDNESDAY P.M.. -- m II u ? II s , s. , A 'fee. U ? m HI Ull -- U 4 , fAMMmVi Lmri -i- 1 n f IsU-lll- X - 1 11 11 1 rut ii.; ? pi. 13 r J UTAITS OPEN 1 - L2 TUEAXSIS MOST DSSTKNCTIV , v NOW PLAYING 6:30 n IB, v m u w m mm e j r I 1. i) ? i 1 f of the best for 1960 f I S.I j 4 1 11 I I JANET DEAN TONY CURTIS MARTIN LEIGH nl fir " rrr rzz - ic luunnf WEEKDAYS AT 5:45 "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" I, ' . ,r !i :lus ..v. iflow U A COIUMIIA PICTUK n t-- t uta w f is V a. num.. Strangers : TODAY 50c 'Til 2 Then 75c AT LADY: 1:30 STRANGER: .............. Child 1:48 . 5:50 V..' 3:50 25c M 9:52 7:52 LrotfrtfT, "BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR H' 'ti ' nA "'Best DIrection, "Best Actor? "Best Sunnnrtltur ArUr "Best Cinematoffraphy' (color) "Best Art Direction" (color) "Best Film Editing" "Best Special Effects" "Best Sound" "Best Costume" (color "Besi Mntf- - km" JV PMW JTfe9 htJi; t'"f incMing: 6f (by 1 'V ACADEMY rr? 1 I 4 1 i, -- -- Picture; "LET NO MAN WRITE MY EPITAPH" 1 - rz mm z N I 1 9:35. -- IN OPEN TODAY aw hi it J Glfl JOHNS , W xVWVA WWW VTY HVIYAVTVH fI h m II If t k ROAST TURKEY ..rtUAIUVflTi FILM OF THE YEAR! J DINNER SPECIAL Coinglete Dinner I V R 1 t i ELLA FITZGERALD IN-CA- P.M. . HEATERS' Wl.v JAMES DARREN . . t Best Actress Academy Award AND STARTS II 4:23 i i1 ENDS TUES. mil Utah Federation of Business and Professional , Women will hold the annual winter board meeting to which all members are invited Sunday, Jan. 29, at 9:30 a.m. at the Newhouse Hotel in Salt Lake City, according to Edna Pack, president of the Provo BPW. Theme of the meeting ' will be "Woman Power A force" in Community and National life." Reports from officers on 'activ-- ! mes throughout the state will be presented and there will be a special message from Anna Stark, Utah president. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. All local members wishing to attend are asked to make reservations by Jan. 25 with Amelia Buckley of Helen Lyon. n JEAN SEBER6 RICARD0 MONTALBAU . 1 SHELLEY WINTERS ACADEMY THEATRE ? . I STARRING , i Meet Jan. 29 W.i u I SJ l BPW Slates Winter Board RAVEI DURL IVES 1 :. l 1 Provo Loves It IP I II 1959 j OFYOURUFEl . I Street! y un- Church. RAVE ! Skid - 1 ri. Gub Scout Pack In Springville To Be Organized , on Dream s ; j i I Accomplice Of Eichmann Under Arrest In Vienna 1 - j Comments The inspiring story of two kids who stood on X I, ' ; manager. II POWERFUL STARS FIND A PERFECT STORY! I- Wil-lar- Dr. Hartvigsen made a plea for a more vigorous and robust mode of living, coupled with a wise choice of food and less dependence on tranquilizers and other popular nostrums. "A muscle was never developed through discussion. It is time for us to return the physical to physical education," he said. Heavy Rejection Emphasizing the rapid deterioration of our youth he called attention to the fact that three of every four youngsters 'called up for military training are found to have physical defects which could be grounds for rejection. The speaker was introduced by Weston Garrett, program chairman. Ray Heal, vice president of the club, was in charge of the meeting. t Arlon L. Van Orden, an architect, was introduced by Verl Dixon as a new member of the club. Guests were G. Lowry Anderson and D. V.. Farnsworth, Orem city i IP SZT , pose?" 'A STARTS WEDNESDAY . . III 3 DAY SHOWING Closed. Royal s "The Achievement Plan"; Jan. 31, "Den and Pack Activity," and final organization and application for a National "Charter. These sessions are scheduled for 8 p.m. each evening' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. VIENNA (UPD Franz Novak, Otto B. Collings, 170 East' Center, ' accused of being an accomplice Springville. of Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann, An invitation is extended to boys was arrested here Friday on from eight through 10 years of age and not now affiliated with the procharges of war crimes. to tried be asked Novak, 43, gram, to join with this new pack. not before an Austrian court and Parents of all interested boys, are extradited to Israel, where Eich- obligated to participate in the three mann is awaiting trial. parent training sessions.. Those are requested to notify a faces Eichmann possible Jan. 10: death sentence for the wartime Mrs. Collings prior to the first sesBoy to Gregorio and Mary Begay murders of millions of Jews. sion.. tion. Aguero, Payson. was who said Police Novak, World's first school of denBoy to Douglass Lynn and Marie bom in Austria, would not be exThe heart's job is to, keep tistry was founded t tj air Wentz Turner, Spuingville. tradited if he still holds his Aus- just the right amount of blood bridge, Ohio. . flowing to all parts of the body. The United States manufac- trian cdtizenship tures some 800 different kinds of cheese. Z3i& ai . Entries must "be sent tortile " Senior students in Utah County and Juab. County are being offer-- j Department of Journalism, Brig-;.-', ed an opportunity to win a , $100 ham Young University, Wpvo scholarship': to Brigham Young postmarked not later than "Fbf University by The Daily Herald in 15, 1961. They become the propv and nontf 7 cooperation with the university erty of The Daily Herald ' be can returned. journalism department. The scholarship will be the top 6. Entries will be judged by. a., prize 'inxthe second annual Fea- - board of professional writers-anc- Q ture Writing Contest sponsored by j editors on the basis of aptness of r. the newspaper." Other prizes will thought and effectiveness of ex-- Z be given) for the second through i .'' .;,7,., prcssion. the fifth winners. These will be will 7. an- - ; results be Contest current books on Journalism. In The Daily Herald ind. The ' completerules are as fol- nounced all winners and theki mail to, by I'... lows: y school advisers, 'jaizn publication 1. The contest Is open to any 8. The winner of' the first prize' senior student presently registered in any high school in Utah or must enroll in Journalism at BYU within a year'from his graduatlinU Juab County., 2. Each entry will be in the date from high, school. He CUisiC form of a newspaper feature ar- certify that he does not hold a ticle written by the student on a scholarship from any, other school tovic related to; his 'sclio-c- .'e.r Ills community. It may be a series of related articles net exceeding Timpanogos Dining three. ; It should be typewritten and should not exceed 1000 words in length. A contestant may subRoom and Alpine' mit as many as three different entries, if desired. Dining Rooms 3. The five finalists will come to Hie Herald for, interviews and a practical writing session, from MONDAY, JAN. 23 v which the order of finish will be ; 10:00 a.m. Rotary Ladies-determined. Committee , , 4. Each entry must bear the following information: name of Utah Stake student, home address, .name of 7:30 p.m. ' Presidency '. j: school, year in school, name of faculty adviser in journalism, Provo Unit; Utah Writers, Pick Officers olai'ship S. Seri i o r s by H e ra Id . Several Utah County cattlemen and cattlemen's wives are serving as chairmen of special .committees which are making arrangements for the 64tlv annual convention of the American National Cattlemen's Association in Salt Lake City this week. These include R. B. Money of Spanish Fork; Mrs. C. A. Spafford HEADS WRITERS Mrs. Klea of Springville and Mrs. Grant Swenson of Spanish Fork. Worsley, new president of Provo More than 2000 visiting stockChapter, League of Utah Writmen from 40 states are expected ers. on Jan. 26 and 27 to hear reports from various national and local cattle raisers and other notable speakers. A noted, agricultural expert, a specialist In world trade and seven other outstanding, speakers will headline the program which begins Jan. 25 and continues for four days. , t Dr. Earl Butz, dean of agriculture at , Purdue University, and Mrs. Klea Worsley has been former assistant secretary of agrielected president of the Provo and Max Myers, ad,Dr. culture, Chapter, League of Utah Writers, ministrator of the Foreign Agrifor the coming year. cultural of the U. S. DeService , Other officers are Christie Lund will partment, of Coles,, vice president;, and Jerald head the list of Agriculture,on beef speakers Henrie, secretary. Retiring presi- industry topics according to Fred dent is, Mrs. Phyllis Phillips; H. Dressier, president of the catMrs. Worsley will conduct the tle group. first meeting of the year on TuesThe Gardnerville, Nev., rancher d day evening, Jan. 24, at the also .'announced that the 2,000 Luce residence, 710 N. 6th stockmen from 40 states visiting W., at 8 p. m. would hear on Jan. 26 and 27 At this meeting plans for the from: year will be presented for ap- . Howard K. Doggett, administraproval. tor of the USD A's Packers" and Speakers will be Scott Whitaker Stockyards Administration: Irv J of the BYU Motion Picture De ing R. Glass, executive vice prespartment and orman Tarbox of ident of the Tanners' "Council of the BYU. Television Studios who Frank Gregg, executive will discuss writing for television America; of director the Izaak Walton and movies. Mr. Whitaker is well m of America; Glen R. CurLeague known for his work with the Walt vice Indeof the tis, president Disney studios in Hollywood and pendent Grocers' Alliance; Fred for his work on campus movie H. Kennedy, president of the productions. Mr. Tarbox was pre- American Society Manof viously associated with KUTV as agement; and Paul Range A. Goeser, a producer and director. head of the fresh meats research laboratory of Swift and Company. g. N 4 ". LIMITED ENGAGEMENT j " ".STARTS ' I WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25 2 SHOWS DAILY . 1:30 8:00 MATS., JEVES., T - -P- RICES- ' evenings matinees ch,dren (under ) ALL STUDENTS (WITH. DISCOUNT ,1.25 Per- - ' .