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SE 4 SUNDAY HERALD James H. Christiansen Funeral Service John T. Isaac, 65 J.IW. Vincent5 Mann Rifes Set Set Monday For Monday; Friends Ailment Heart Prominent Succumbs 81, Church Sustains Aposile, May Call Tonight Marjorie C. Ashby Funeral services for Oscar Claims Life Lelcsnd Man BENJAMIN Funeral services At Hospital William will at be in the Mann, p:m., Mqnday .rl Provoan who N eV P res iciing Bishops ic J. William, Vincent, died his home .Benjamin LDS Ward Chaoel for Thursday of a. heart attack, will Of SSlephi Man Mrs. Marjorie 4th S., Provo, died at the Succumbs! Cook Ashby, vt Continued from Page of be held Monday at !p.m. in the ruary of is a -- 68,- - - well-know- 81, 731 W. One)- 1959. Ogden and the Utah - Valley "LDS Hospital "Board in Provo. Packer is- completing work for ,. In - a' doctorate at Brigham Young. University He was a ibomberpi- lot during World War II and last' August was named a member of the administrative council of BYU and the church schbol system. He was a member of- the Brigham City Council for four years and in 1947 got the .distinguished, service award- of the Junior Chamber of - , - Commerce: Vandenberg, a native of Ogden, became vice chairman of the church building committee in 1955 "and before that was a counselor in "the "Denver stake presidency. He has :been,, a counselor iir Ensign stake of Salt Lake City, since Feb- . Elizabeth Ann Manwill ' WeSI IChqwn ""' I -- ' ' ' f ' ' f Matron Of Paysbn Dies PAYSON Elizabeth 'Ann K. Manwill,- 81, died Friday at the Payson City ' Hbspital- - after ', a : . - was a lifetime She1 long illness. i . -J. . resident of this city. ' Shewas born Nov. 12, 1879 at . ;Payson, the daughter of William - . D. and Eliza Ann Bolton Keele. . Dm j j . later attended Payson schools and T ViaTTnH?fiVcihT a KxrVt i was . class ; secretary. cntA She was a ''member "of the first high .school graduating class in ' Payson in "1896, and taught school at .min for a" few years. t ; "urer fpr a number of years. She was captain ot an eany .rayson ' camp of the Daughters of Utah - Pioneers. Also, she and her hus-- -. " band t served for a number of of the Nebo years as - , - co-chair- Ah active) member of the LDS ward she served as a ....... Church,' . . xmTifril vvivii.. auuJ was a. counselor in the Relief Society and Primary presidencies. She also served as a Sunday School - ' instructor and' was a member of ; the Nebo Stake ) genealogical: :' board. 4 i tvrpsinpnr nt . M ' . Urr TrsnxrJ UX . ' KHf VAflTc J J AAA Wflfi T- C- ployed at the Fapjiersi Mercantile Co-oan early Payson business ri rm . f p She was married to John. Ver- '.'non'-.MamviMarch 27, 1899, in the- - Salt Lake IJJS rempie. ne V l v ; died Oct. 2, 193 : Kh is survived by two sons ana .' six daughters, Jajnes Velirl Man- h B. Manwill, both will, and Glade: mr'X TIT I M. . T v. i of Salt Lake Ulty. ivirs.. 1. Dell Mrs. (Eloh Calderwood and, r b. (Edith) White, both .of Green-river, Wyo.; Mrs. btaniey urene; ' Cahoon, Scottsdale, Ariz.; Mrs. '. - p, . r -- . ; ? J - 1. .. . "Mrs. LaMont (Florence) Allen , C. son: SDrincville : Mrs. : VictorviUe, (Elizabeth) fjaylor, . dill , '"great-grandchildre- ' A? n,: giauuvuvv. Carl great-grandchildre- n; . - 3 Provoans - - - , - middle-of-the-roa- d Com-mitte.- e, . v N L. Lindquist Fairview Man Succumbs To Heart Attack m FAIRVIEW Carl L. Linquist, Fairview, died at a Provo hospital Saturday. morning of heart attack. He was born Aug. 26, 1892, in Fairview, a son of Andrew A. and Louisa Osterdahl Lindquist. He received his education in the Sanpete County, schools and attended Snow College. He was a noted musician playing the trombone in a dance band and also played in the city civic band. He was coach and director of the Trojan basketball team in Fairview. He was owner and manager of Linquist Market and Zenith Theater, assuming the management of these two enterprises at the age of 19. He was also a livestock buyer and trader. He was a member of the LDS Church. His hobbies were sports, hunting and fishi69, -- ng-' .' . ' ' (Minerva) i ' ,. . Thompson, n Calf. CARAT FOR CARAT j . sisters, Kenneth E. Lindquist, Mrs. Roland D. (Tess) Kelly, both of Salt Lake City; Mrs. W. W. (Anna) Brady, Rigby, Ida.; 11 nieces and nephews. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) A family of four was asphyxiated t Saturday in a fire that followed SM.OOO ; OH ovnlncirtii in thHr home r wm t ' ; ': V .:- Carmichael. were Jonn ; Arthur 46. owner of a North lumber firm; his ' "wife, Anastacia, 34; daughter, Jacqueline Lee,? 4;. and son, James ; Arthur, 2. , " i ; ' fyjzM' ( V. . fcfl 'jjf !- - j I y - in suburban dead s. The Edsrecumbe, Sacramento A3 - Nixon Denies (Continued from Page One) questions," he told reporters who ; sked him if, he might be available .. for a 'draft. ' "Nixon said he thought that If President Kennedy and the Demo-crati- c administration in Washing- ton sent a task force into California ,.i next year in an effort to beat him "the tactics will boomerang." ! f " J . Johnson - " . - ' " - six-monh-- n; great-grandchildre- . Cen-terfiel- d, g, Syria Revolt a. iT- -' ' . J .' , :' '. Reds String the-peopl- j -- f 1 00 r. : . 3 A jS i fJST) nn-A- "7V7 J ) f&7) fPrt) T)7 o X MM. . i "T X .? 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ESTIMATE FR v W$$8 to IMbi Ten magnificent dia-- ! carat monds fofaling in this exquisite brfcja! pg.pair,lgold. $2.25 . - I . carol in this UK .'j gold Princess Cinq. -- CAU FOR , ! ttfimllttffm' , . . this this commission. Injunction pending in district, court asks that the council be restrained from putting charter, evaluation on the ballot, contending that deadline for offering a competing ordinance to the re peal issue has expired under state referendum laws. Provo City hold that under Utah State Constitution and the city charter, theC charter 'can be amended at any time. Hearing on the injunction is set for Oct. 6. YOUR BEST DIAMOND joy .Four TVsphyxiated In One' Family ' j WAIT f . yj - - .. com-munit- "hide-and-seek- s" Funeral services will be Wednesday at 12 noon in the Fairview North Ward Chapel with Bishop Ted R. Mower of the Fairview North Ward officiating. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary in Provo this evening from 5 to 7 p.m. and at the Fairview Ward Chapel Wednesday from- 11 a.m. until the time of services. Interment will be in the Fairview? City Cemetery under the direction of the mortuary. Funeral "services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Payson Third Ward Chapel, with Bishop John Powell of the- Sixth Ward officiating. Friends may "call at the Rigby Mortuary Monday between 7 and 9 p.m., or Tuesday prior to services. Burial will be in tne ayson uiiy ueraeiery. " State St., Orem, Saturday, were reported receiving treatment at Utah Valley Hospital. Full details 58, on their injuries were not, avail who died Thurs- -' . ChrisNEPHI James! Henry LELAND John Thomas Isaac, able at presstime. day after a long The involved a car in mishap .A tiansen,: 76, died. Friday morning illness. 65, lifetime resident of this which three Coloradoaiis, Friends may died Friday at the Hughes Dunn, Simeon Dunn,; and Elmer at the Juab County Hospital of a Levi call at the WalkMemorial Hospital In Spanish Dunn were heart ailment. a and sedan riding er Mortuary in Fork, of a sud-.f"- " driven by Mrs. Ernetta Erickson, He was born Fork,' Spanish den heart at764 Vine St., Murfay,. Utah. May 9, 1885, at evening tack.. sJ to The Colofadoans vehicle "al Gunnison from 7 to 9, p.m. Born March Christian Henry legedly pulled onto the highway and to' Monday . 10, 1893, at'Le- and Sophie Jep directly in front of, the Erickson services Mrs. Ashby prior he was the land, Christian-sen- . son vehicle, which hit it broadside. at the Relief Society room at the son of Benjamin Investigation of the crash wag church. Interment will be in the and Catherine .' lie istill attended continuing late yesterday. Spanish Fork City Cemetery., Isaac. Thomas Snow The College hospital listed, the Dunn He was educat-- . for two years. Injuries as "severe laceration ed in tlie" "schools and multiple fractures"." The fifth He had served of Leland and an LDS mission person involved Mrs. Erickson's Mr. Isaac. Spanish Fork. son Kenny was reported, unhurt! to D e nm ark Mr. Christiansen A lifetime resident of this com-' from 1911 to 1913 and at the time had" owned-'anopmunity,he of his death held the .position of erated a farm here. Widely Seventy hi the LDS Church. known throughout Utah, Jdaho ntinued from page One) He married Amanda Lund of - JOHN DAY, Ore. (UPI); A and Wyoming as a grain and feed Mt. Pleasant In. the" Manti Tem- plane missing with five persons dealer, he was an agent for the late 'S , Company of Salt strophlc nations ple in 1908. She died in 1909. He aboard was" sighted Saturday by Maxfield Grain 1935 "Free and small great workto 1945, married- Gertrude Hansine Jahn, search planes from Reno, Nev., it LakeXity from ed later for Brookfield "Products, must standtogether to prevent deMarch 19, 1913, in the Manti was reported here Saturday., The plane was en route to 'John Inc., and since 1955 he and his struction of the United Nations and Temple. She died May 14, 1961. ; son had operatedand owned the any change in, the single secretary, He was a retired mason and Day. The plane was sighted on the Leland Milling Company. ' P plasterer and had worked on sev- south slope of Pueblo Mountain, He was married to Ruth Dixon CARD OF THANKS eral (schools, public buildings and just (south of the Oregon-Nevad- a June 7, 1916 in the Salt Lake LDS churches around the state !, With deepest gratitude and. apborder. Temple,. Very active in Church Sufvivors include two daughwe desire to ack- Killed in the crash were work, he had served as second preciation ters. Mrs. Allen E. (Alice) Belli-sto- n Wilson, Palmdale, Calif.; his Craig Wife, counselor in the Leland. LDS Ward and Mrs. J. Barres (Norma) his Bertha Wilson; bishopric from 1937 to 1944, as pressions of sympathy , of our Edna; sister, Jemkins, both of Nephi; two. sons, Mrs. and, Gary Pierce and her first counselor from 1944 to 1950, many kind friends, relatives Harry of Gunnison, and Raymond our recent good neighbors during Chris. Mrs. Pierce and as bishopfrom Oct.; 8, 1950 son, W. of Nephi; 16 grandchildren and was of Mr. and Mrs. until Feb.21. 1955. He was a sorrow. We take this means to the daughter 15 two sis- John Waterman of John ail tho.se who kindly asDay. memberol the Spanish Fork Stake thank Mrs. Earnest Bardsley, ters, sisted at the services. The BishHigh Council at the time of his opric, arfd the Relief and Mrs. R. C. Swai-befthose Society, de M t i i Spanish Fork. wno sem uorai inouies, gave exHe is survived by his wife, Le of or in any Services will be held Monday at condolence,, two sons, Jack Blaine Isaac, pressions land; 1 p.m. in the Nephi Third Ward (Continued from We also other wish to assisted. way Page One) John Dixon Isaac Austin, thank the "doctors in 'Provo and Leland; at the Friends call Chapel. may, Anderson Funeral Home this eve- sul general in pamascus, sa riyed Tex.; one daughter, Mrs. William Salt Lake wrho so faithfully stood in Lebanon witha report (Kathryn) Huff, Leland, and nine ning" from 7 to 9 p.m. and Mon- today by. Mrs. Martin E.'' Curtis and are Also had Lebar! surviving its that grandchildren. opened: Syria 11 serva.m. of until time day two brothers, Ben L. Isaac and Family:,' v ices. Biirial will be in the Vine nese border to diplomats and . al-of both Spanish others with special permits, LeRoy Isaac, Bluff Cemetery. though most travelers including Fork, and a sister, Margaret WHEN SORROW COMES were still excluded Leyshoh, Salt Lake City newsmen from the country. Funeral services will be held What nicer? Radio Damascus- said the new Tuesday at 1 p.m.,' in the Leland Gift of to remain Ward Chapel, with Bishop Grant hopes Syrian regime Remem(Continued fronj Page One) Larsen officiating. Friends may friendly with Egypt, Syria's brance? in the U.A.R. loop was aimed mainly at keep- r-partner eall at the Walker Mortuary in Flowers for "This new regime represents Spanish .Fork Monday between .7 ing East German refugees from Every in genuine and 9 p.m., or Tuesday prior to the will of reaching the tiny hamlet. i Occasion I, In Berlin, East German refu- liberation and unity..." a broad- services. Interment will be in the nW'X ROHEOCK SONS gees yesterday sought liberty or cast said. "It extends, its hand to Spanish Fork City Cemetery to in a death sister Egypt bolster the aims TLORAL S grim game of with Communist border of Arab nationalism and the realiThe natural key in music is the X 1ft42S.SfatA.nVem f guards finder orders to shoot ti zation of Arab unity on the basis key of C major, which has no X AC prevent them escaping to the West. of freedom and equality." sharps or flats. forme- Surviving are a brother and two Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. William ar , f ' ... -- : ' 2 Berg Drawing Room Chapel with Bishop Alma Nielson of the Provo Fifth Ward officiating. ' Friends may call at the mortuary, tonight, Sunday, from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday prior to services. In Friday's issue The Herald erroneously stated friends should calU Friday night. Mr. Mann' gained considerable renown in his later years as a thoughtful analyst of community problems in The Herald Letters to the Editor column. His principal hobbies were fishing, riding and gardening, particularly the raising of beautiful gladoli. He was a veteran railroader, from which he retired in1954 because of his health. , pro-gra- ' j. Jlospital Friday morning paixner in the Audio Visual, Center complications following surgery. in Denver.. v He was born 27, 1880, in July; Simpson recently presided in son the Provo, the New. Zealand Mission and at of and Edward, one time was a member of the " high council of the Inglewood, Mary J. Homer Calif. i, stake. While in ilngleWood Vincent. He marhe was chief, supervisor of the ried Vilate Moyle Pacific Telephone and Telegraph on Dec. 8, .1904, in Provo. The Company'r accounting department. marriage w a s Brown is a native of Cardston, later solemnized Alberta, Canada, and joined Unit- in the Salt Lake ed Air Lines in Salt Lake City in LDS Mr. Vincent Temple. the early 1940's. as a reservation He attended .Provo City schools. agent. He served for a time He was employed as an engineer with UAL in Washington, D.C., at the Utah State Hospital until and became chief reservations ag- 1907 when 'they movfd to Eureka ent at Chicago in 1947. In 1960 he where he was employed at 'the became an executive with the air- Jesse Knight Mining Company. line based in Chicago. They returned to Provo in 1920 President Henry D. Moyle, sec- where they had resided , since. He ond Counselor in the First Presi- was employed at the Republic dency told church members a Creosote Plant as a station engisimple presentation of the LDS neer for 25 years. He retired in program by missionaries made it 1950, ;J ; mcre successful. Moyle, who has An active member of tHe Provo directed the vast missionary lith Ward, he was a High Priest of the church, said satisfac- and a ward teacheri His hobbies tory progress is being made. ' He were sports and gardening, eepe said it, in fact, was so successful and fishing. it sometimes seems difficult to cially hunting They iiad celebrated their keep abreast of it. anniversary. Another speaker during the wedding Surviving .are his wife, a son morning meeting was Mark Pe- and three daughters; jH. Rowe Vintersen, of the Council of the cent, Mrs,, David (Geniel) Beesley, Twelve. ' ; Provo; Mrs. Afton Young and Mrs? He declared that the obvious Adrian (Myra) Stewart, both of danger from Premier Nikita Khru- Orem; 12 grandchildren; seven shchev may veil the shoVtcomings one brother in the personal lives of Ameri- and a sister, Homer Vincent, Bait cans.!! He said since the United Lake City; Mrs. H. L. (Ella) States is supposed to be a Christ- Black, Avenal, Cahf. ?. ian nation it would, be assumed Funeral services: will be at the the people in it would act like Berg Drawing Room Chapel TuesChristians yet do not. at 2 pvm with .Bishop Leo AlAn assistant to the Council of day len! of the Provo' 11th Ward officithe Twelve, Alvin Dyer, "challeng- ating.. Friends may' call at the ed Mormons jto assume a new de- Berg jlVIortuary Monday from 6 to termination to do the work of 8 p.m. and Tuesday prior to servGod in modern times ' as they did ices. Interment will be- in the in its younger days! Provo City Cemetery. Reporting on the European Mission which he heads Dyer said conversions are being made in increasing numbers by missionar.. '.. ies, f; Mr: 'Packer, the new assistant (Continued from Page One) apostle",! was appointed la mem- ber to elect these- officers, who ber of the administrative council would take office Jan. 1 succeedof the, unified church; school sys- ing the seven council members. tem in August and is assistant to Fifth District Judge Will Hoyt, William E. Berrett in charge of Nephi, found valid the repeal orinstitutes andii seminaries. This dinance, which is advocated by position detail! the supervision of Citizens for Repeal Committee. for about 75,000 Provo City has held there are weekday; classes ' students. legal flaws in the proposed reWhile living in Brigham City peal ordinance. he was an instructor in the semThe charter evaluation, ordiinary and coordinator vof . Indian nance was recommended by affairs at the Intermountain another, more School. In 1947 he received the group, Citizens Information who believ? the home distinguished servide award from Brigham City Jaycees. For six rule charter should! not be reyears he was a member of the pealed. be carefully North Box Elder High Council. Instead it should ' a valuawas World War he a II studied by During Pacific. in elected tion . the commission by the bomber; pilot He has studied at Weber Col- people- - and any recommendalege;? Washington State College, tions of this commission should received his B.S. degree in educa- - be j again referred to the people tfnn rtf IfhA TTnivArsitv nf TTtah in for! vote, fte Citizens Infonna 1949, his M.S. in 1953 from "the4 tioh Committee advocate. USU and is currently working on ; They point' out the charter his doctorate at the Brigham could even be amended to return to commission, government Young University. A resident of iindon for the past without loss of Provo home five years, he was born Sept. 10, rule, which is dependent on the 1924, the son of Ira W. and Emma charter. J. Packer. He is married to the The Citizens Information Comformer Donna Smith. They have mittee has urged that jrepealists eight .children. present a slate- of candidates for Vandehberg ! j Utah-Valle- . L Four of five persons involved in two-ccollision at 1400 - N. a 1 n ait , - Four Reported Hurt in Orem Highway Crash ; - i. Center, Provo o2dCc ' PROVO STUDEBAKER CO. .