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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
'Henry; P rovo 1 Nicholes Seeks I Post Cou nci iy 1 Dr; Henry J. Nicholes, professor of health education at Brighani Young .University, has filed as a candidate' for the Provo City Council. He will seek one of the three positions on the council ; .open this" fall. Dr. Nichbles has been on the JBYU faculty since 1946, teaching zoology until 1959 and health education since then. Prior to coming to BYU he taught at University of Utah. He earned Ms Ph.D. in medical physiology and biochemistry at University of Wisconsin in 1941. In his ' statement of policy j accompanying his announcement, Dr. Nicholes came out strongly for a retention of ' the form of "government in Provo, but declared that VI believe, definitely, the charter, needs amending' The candidate was born in St. George, moving to Provo when Henry J. Nichhis- father, Professor, Joseph K. CANDIDATE oles, member of the BYU facj.?iiuiiuicat vauie uere ip juiu me ulty, who has filed for one of ' BYU faculty. He is married to the the three Provo City former Ilildegard Polster of Vien-na- v Council this fall. posts open Austria whom he met while attending school in Wisconsin. She hsd come to the U.S. in 1333 as an LDS convert. They have! 10 the Charter according to the will of the majority' of the people. In mild criticism I assert that on a 2950 N. , Active in the LDS Church, Dr. number of occasions the desires d "Nicholes i has served a stake mis- of the citizens have been ' in the recent past. Public sion. K ... In making his announcement ofc relations have not been what they ought to have been. If I am elect- candidacy, Dr. Nicholes said: ' "It was ,'not until Mn' Breinholt led, ,1 will do all possible to im the and Mrs. daks declared that they prove public relations between the and government not people city would .again be candidates that I decided to run for office. I Jhave at large. The government belongs and the people colregarded, them Vvery highly aud to the people a great deal more have lectively greatly regret that they ; chose'not wisdom than has from lime to tO run again. As I file, for nomina time the past few years through tion,. X.realize very well the possi to been attributed them. bility that a majority of citizens an would "It be honor, a priviof Provo may vote the present a and lege, responsibility to, serve , system, of government out and the the of Provo City as Councitizens three-man Loldsystem back in cilman at Large for the next four again. ' ' "I hope, however, that the years." majority . of Provo citizens retain, home rule and our present seven-ma- n council. I believe1 that only a Mayor, and two Commissioners would not i be the excellent representation that we have now. Between now and the "Primaries, also A pair of MIDVALE UPI) prior- to the main election,' I intend to do all I can to influence armed robbers escaped with $400 the voters to retain the seven-maearly today after holding up the council. 1 bolieve, definitely, thafr Black Saddle Club in Salt Lake . the Charter needs amending. I be- County lieve that the Citjr Manager should One of the two men went into the be elected and that the seven-ma- n club about 1140 a.m. and demandcouncil ' should- - be" empowered to ed all the money in the cash reTPVl'pw nnr? tn vnto mr MjomAa gister. He was armed with a what he does. 1 hope that the peo- small caliber revolver, probably a ple do not cast? aside the 'present 22. A companion waited outside system of Provo City government, in a car. but I insist that they .have! the The men got about $400 from right to do so if they, choose. If workers, at the club, 6700 South jsysatra,. 15 retained, J. State, and escaped in the car. shall do all in my, power, if elected, The gunman was described as to, promote speedy amending of young, about 24 or '25. . at-lar- ge - , 16 Vacancies Open in Engineer Unit a first come first served basis, according to Capt. Shields, who said that interested persons should contact Sgt. Kenneth Workman at the Provo Armory, Room '204, Company C 1457th Engineer Battalion, Utah National ' Guard, has been given a quota of 16 men for six months active ' duty beginning January through March, according to Captain Wesley E. Shields, commander., The unit, which has not been alerted, also has several vacancies for men with either' prior active duty or prior national guard service. Applications will be handled oh I , immediately. SUPERSTITION During the Middle Ages,' one of , the most widespread superstitions in England was that washing the face in ; the May morning dew ' would beautify the skin. , . ST" Lehi Sailor On v Board Guided Missile Pestroyer 1981 SUNDAY HERALD Utah Lake Lions Hear Discussion on Missile Thor missiles can be activated in the air within 15 minutes and MEDITERRANEAN Serving aboard the guided missile ' de- after an alert, stated Sergeant stroyer leader USS Dewey, op- Albert A. Ponsock, of the Air erating in the Mediterranean is Fprce recruiting service at the Delbert E. Sudweeks, machinist's Thursday night ; meeting of . the mate third class, USN, son of Mr. Utah Lake Lions. and Mrs. Delbert L. Sudweeks Sgt. Ponsock showed a film on of 1255 W. State Street, Lehi.. the development of the Thor In - termediate" Range Ballistic Mis- .' The meeting was under the dl r sile,', In his discussion he stated rection ofthe membership ; coni-- v that, the? Thor rocket is used in nittee with Ralph Simpson, chair e ' conjunction with the ballistic inissiies man. in Jthe same way medium-rang- e There are a half million acres 'of bombers are used in conjunction with or to supplement e water, including lakes, rivers and bombers. streams, in Arkansas. long-rang- " inter-continent- al -- long-rang- t5 Buy now at big savings . pay later with our jConyenient M h ? j i - - cret HexiCharge Open tomorrow 'til 9:00 p.m. . . . doors open at 10:00 an. o . Our big Birthday Sale ends after two weeks of 1happy-birth- " savings for you! Our greatest sale in history! council-manager - CT5 day-to-us- - . at-lar- ge ml Kmmmi i mrl , . . . over-Tooke- ' ' . . -- -- : ;' . - 4 ; Reg. to 25.00! Bandits Flee With $400 j 1 iopers. '3? . ..- ; .jji' 1 f.a Trry - If extra special! s special buy! r - TIOO 1 PAIR Luxurious hosiery, size 7 to lOVz in. soft spun cotton Sc nylon blends. Large "assortment of patterns' and colors made to sell at a much higher price, but offeredat this special price because of a slight im. perfection. - Good assortment of jerseys and crepes !n beautiful . . . specially prints arid plain colors. All half-size- s 95th birthday sale. priced for this Dresses taken from our regular stocks'. . . one large 9 group only. n -- one-day-on- A , ;. Extra soft, super absorbent, fast drying! Full size 20x40! First quality by Chix! An extra-extr- a special ly f ' per dozen ' for our 95th birthday sale! V -- , 3 . ii .'.uc-iJicsci- .1.: tl II II hi A' 11 VS. I 59 . r XSfty s ' , ."'"rv"': , Wry?- . - t V pure virgin wool, 5460 inches wide. Certified quality, ready for the needle! LaBoratory tested assuring guaranteed quality. 1961 fail favorite shades and weaves . . . a real 95th birthday special! 100 , ' 1 CTqK pair '' t Famous Sherman lingerie, 100 acetate pantie brief. Elastic guaranteed for the life of the garment, sizes 5 to 9 in white only Non-ru- n knit tailored style. V ' HELF 1 Helena Rubinstein's ? ' Trrrn: skin dew -- . i all through the day from p i make-up- , rooms. Scientific tests show SKik dew moisture trates deep, reaches every skin layer. 3.00 value. v::;: k;-- ; ;; i , , . . .$4.50 ralne . and grounds. Also one group of plains, Reg. 99c yd j i .T'W Z" V MMM Provo Springville Spanfsh Fork Payson - - - 1.66 99.50 Complete men's 49c YD. r ' - , T-sh- irts Reg. 1.00 t ' - mm " or briefs 77c complete real buy for bur birthday salel Solid hardwood bunk beds, beautiful maple fipisrt, innerspring mattresses and springs Included. Makes into twin beds if desired. Guard rail and; ladder included free. A. combed cotton, except 19 nylon reinforced Will shrink neckband. not out of fit. All men's sizes. 100 ' - REG. 10.95 electric corn popper i .... CAPACITY REG. 6.95 771 1 "L my "' STORES IN - maple cricket rocker $3.00 mm - - - W I Also available Large Size Set 9.00 value ;V; $J00 3"Y -3-S- toon i . Reg. to 2.98 ; Our regular stock, but reduced for tomorrow only! Choke of prints or plains in a wide variety of colors formula with ri6h herbal essences for luxurioujl cleansing . leaves .your complexion like a fresh snow drift, clean and fine to the touch. 1.50 value, pu .' BOOKCASE CHEST Wash 'n Wear, luxurious patterns, sizes 12 to 16. An ' excellent value! yard A" new , - - T ' GET TREEt HERBESSENCE CREABI CLEANSER . ' (P)(P)C to i or without any. Your skin will have an invis- ihle Veil or dew.. a constant beauty, shield against all moisture robbers; drying weather, wind, sun, stuffy make-u- - . Reg. to 1.59 yd. Uso skin dew to help keep your skin supple, moist,' tenderaoft and for the lime; you want to look your loveliest ... shirts boys' sport ...... lira moisturizer day-tim- e CHEST SI Beauty Set Day-Tim- e Small, medium or large sizes in a good selection of shades. Needs no ironing, always looks and fe.els soft and luxurious Machine washable, A 95th birthday special! non-shrink-!i- ng. , SKIN DEW, 4-DRA- " Hefsr.3 4 , Finely selected pine furniture yoir.can .painVyourself Good construction, sturdily built. 88 (J f- 'I ... REG. 3.98 ,- HI lint-fre- k unfinished f u r n it u r e knitshirts Reg. 59e $ - men's acrilan I - " a C7, eacn e . f. . needs, ' completely washable, no ironmgl Twin or full sizes, but not all colors in every.size and style. A Wide selection to select from at a special birthday price for tomorrow only! Pre-shrun- c, ' - ' ' pre-shrunj- ''Fresh Paipf" Nail Lacquer, Reg. 2.001 Gold and Silver Nail Dust, Reg. 2.00! Reg. to 11.98! yard Unique formula of "Fresh Paint" needs no base or top coat . . .; keeps your fingertips illuminated . ten beautiful .shades to choose from! -- -- famous MorgarirJones selected bedspreads Reg. 3.98 and 4.98 yd. ' ;. IVatl n tl . 'botany7 wool fabric 1 , ...-r- I, -- 7 SS . ' i r-' -l- yl versible cusliions and back. Pleated flounce - assorted clors in durable home spun 1 Worth 24.95. m . U Birthday -- -Ji J95 Solid Maole Salem finish' Re- -' ? special . . . 4 n H30q 2) Time chart right on the handle . . . self - sealing gasket. Pressure cookings is the new modern way to cook food in minutes . . . at this price ev'cry-- " one can afford it! Price includes rack and recipe , book! A real day special. birth95th ' v . ; h 1 1 e popcorn every time with thi new Fluffy jXEZSE W Mirro electric model! No shaking ..or stirring.. Full quan; size, glass top lets you see me corn pop! or perfect for parties ' 1 snack time!