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; Herald Telephones Tor Ads News,. Circulation: Provo Office, i90 Orem Office, :...FR 757 N. EIGHTY-EIGHT- 50 State ..AC For .Society Par j 1 1 algfet Mid mornings. cloudy afternoons and evenings through Saturday. Chance of an 4th X. IV. . isolated thundershower Iny area;. Little chance in 'temperature. Ilirh both day near 84. Low tonight 45 to 4S. 05 .FR 84 YEAR NO. 45 H PROVO, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 30 1960 Kennedy Scorns 'Kitchen Debate" .!',':."'' '' Ask Dk, (StMraDoss Ike Say s Nixon PRICE HVE CENTS - Best Prepared ror rresiqency Cold War M a c mil an, Ike to Corifer at Capital Impasse 5" ' By United Press International Voters trying to judge which presidential candidate is best qualified to lead-thBy JACK V. FOX nation were caught today, in a of praise and disparagement. bewildering cross-fir- e United Press International x President Eisenhower gave this ringing endorsement NEW YORK British (UPI Thursday night to Republican White House hopeful Rich- Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan ard M. Nixon: fly to Washington for a week"His counsel has been invaluable to me. He is dedi will end conference wit President cated, decisive, persistent in pursuing new ways for im- - Eisenhower on the roughhouse tac- United Nations, it was disclosed today. Macmillan will go to Washington Saturday afternoon and return to New York Sunday evening. The prime minister held a two-ma- n summit meeting with Khrushchev Thursday night that lasted at the for more than two hours and end e at proving government and a man tics of Nikita Khrushchev possessed of the character, patience and sound judgment so essential for effective leadership in the troubled world of tomorrow." The Chief Executive threw this jibe at Democratic nominee John Steelmark Days Events Move Ahead ed in what appeared to be a com- panied to Washington by . British plete deadlock between East and Foreign Secretary- Lord Home, West. was expected to discuss in detail Macmillan his did conversation with Khrushchev Khrushchev and n agree to "think over" the major and to problems" they discussed and to strategy for the remainder of the United Nations sessions.t meet again. There was no thought of, an To Strategy accom wh will be Macmillan, by Macmillan to bring Ei Anglo-America- at-tem- te pt ........ - senhower and Khrushchev - gether. : . The suave, silver-haire- d British leader did not appear on the surface to have been upset by Thurs. inday's shouting, Khrushchev terruptions by during Cable-thumpi- ng Macmilian's U.N. address. (Continued on Page Four) - - . India,, President Gamal Abdd Nasser. o.f the United Arab Republic, President Sukarno of Indonesia, President Tito of; Yugoslavia and President Kwame Nkrumah Of Ghana submitted for immediate General Assembly, action a reso-- ; fi-n- - g v ' . - j Spl it Held Possibility . 1 M. By KARMA CRIDDLE the. horticulture section Ruth' PLEASANT GROVE Residents Cobbley, Pleasant Grove, won of the Pleasant Grove area came with a Sonota Petunia. out in large numbers to celebrate Sharing honors with her was the city's 110th' annual birthday Mrs. Robert H. Ostergaard, pres" anniversary and fair yesterday ident in conjunction with the" county-wid- e Steelmark celebration This annual affair is held in commemoration of the settling of Pleasant Grove which took place on Sept. 13, 1850 with seven families.' The celebration is a yearly project of the Lions Club whose members spearheaded the planning and arranging of the fair. In charge of fair arrangements this year was Clarence Rasmus-seMr. Rasmussen stated that a great deal of interest" and parwith the ticipation was shown i crowas aiienaing ana outlarge standing displays. Attractive and interesting displays were viewed at the junior high school in the following cateclubs, Future Farmgories: ers, fine arts, needlecfaft, hobbies, health and welfare, Baptist Church and flower show. Mpmhprs rvf the.'nlannincr rnm. xnittee felt that the flower show was one of the finest ever displayed in Pleasant Grove with 17 tables full and overflowing with beautiful arrangements. Top honors in this department west fiiva to tevo participants n. m .1 . 4-- H a. a .. ... 1 a. of the Pleasant Grove Garden Club, with her artistic arrangement made of a sagebrush stem and common weeds of Utah County with a small brown bird perched on limb. Mrs. Ostergaard as queen of the show winners. In (Continued on Page Four) ; . . co-ordin- whole-'peop- le , . ; State Convention Provo Host To Utah Motel Owners Washington," he said. Lerner continued, "We should get all we can from local governments, all we can from state governments, all that , is possible and tlfe rest from foundations from the federal government." Opposing - federal aid was Utah's Gov. George D. Clyde. He told the 9,000 teachers, that education must be free of j federal control. Clyde warned the teachers not to buy the "Trojan horse of federal aid to education." ,t In his keynote address, Lerner also called for the formation of a "democratic elite" of the best students of the nation. He said these students drawn from all the people should be educationUo become the leaders of America. The 100th anniversary invention of the UEAs continuei;ttoday in Salt Lake City. Delegateswere to elect officers for the coming balloting. The year in- day-lon- g new officers will be announced at a session this afternoon. The final day. of the convention will feature a speech by the secretary of the National Education education Association's policies Dr. James E. Ruscommittee. sell will address the teachers Sat' urday morning. r , . Need for more promotion to bring in the tourist dollar and take advantage of fabulous Utah scenery was stressed this morn ing by speakers addressing the state convention of the Utah Mo- tel Association' in Provo at the Timpanogos Dining .Room. Sheldon R. Brejvster, acting president, warned delegates that the tourist business cline in Utah this year. While this was true nationally jit isdso true that areas which invested in tourist promotion showed a gain in business he said, Mr. Brewster urged . the need for strong na- tional, state and ocal associa- tions.for promotion.! These should include not only motel operators but allied industry Such as cafes, hotels, service sta tions and de- partment, stores. He pointed out that all tourist money is new money and bene fits not only the first receiver but By United Press International business as The largest reef in the world is indirectly nearby circulates. Barrier Reef off the Great money He said Jthe tourist industry Queensland, Australia. It is , 1,260 (Continued on Page Six) miles in length. i Pleasant Grove Marks Its 110 th Anniversary ur UEA Hears Both Sides Of Federal Aid Issue SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) . sociation. Br. Max Lerner, teachUtah's school teachers showed er and author, said, "Our schools their approval for federal aid to should belong to the education Thursday-j-b- y applaud and funds to support themj must ing a speaker who advocated it come from the whole people." Lerner ridiculed the idea of and not one who called it a "Trojan Horse." fearing federal aid to education. Advocating federal aid was the "Certainly there is danger Jn fedkeynote speaker at the conven- - eral control, but there also is tion of the Utah Education As- - danger in local control which can be just as rigid as a control yfrom - j Now You Know i " '' 'Sabotage7 Charge Groundless innnifWffiiTmrinimiwnniM IKE IN DENVER President Eisenhower pauses a moment to talk with close family friend Aksel Nielsen left, after st epping from his plane at Denver's Lowry Air Force Base. Maj. Gen. Charles H. Anderson is at center. The President is in Mrs. Elivera Dowd, who died Denver to attend the funeral of his moth illness. (Herald-UPlate Wednesday after a long I Telephoto) , er-in-la- Ike In Denver For Funeral Of Mother-i- n Law w, . Castro Says Americans Will Be Safe in Cuba President DENVER (UPI) BULLETIN toin Denver Eisenhower arrived HAVANA (UPI) Cuban Premier Fidel Castro warned today circulated while the, delegate, reday to attend the funeral of his that he will execute any "American spies or saboteurs" caught garded as the" most outspoken .mother-in-laMrs. Elivera Doud. ' in Cuba. Arab diplomat was delivering an The chief executive made the in an He television unscheduled the made threat midnight assembly speech attacking Vice melancholy journey from Chicago in in which Havana American he President Richard M. Nixon and broadcast the Embassy alleged to attend final rites for Mrs. Doud, and with is Sen. John F, Kennedy. He achoneycombed "conspirators" "spies." 82, who died late Wednesday night of supporting Israel cused y both after a lingering illness. have no problems" with his re and said America's policy in the By MATTHEW T. KENNY. ' The President addressed a meetgime.. United Press International Middle East had "alienated" the n Conof the ing : are The (American citizens) Fidel not to blame gress in Chicago before leaving HAVANA (UPI)-Pre- mier for the errors of the ieutransi rresiaeni ouxamo oi for Denver. Castro assured Americans in an United , States ' he Indonesia Intends to demand regovernment," television said unscheduled midnight moval dt the World organization during his two and one-ha- lf I'appearance early today "that they hour appearance. in his major address to the Genwould be safe in Cuba. Americns the dozens mean- eral Assembly this afternoon, it Launching Set The bearded Cuban Jsranded the while heeded by Washington's 'advice was reported.' Saudi Arabia faState Department's action "urging and offices to get vored the , idea of moving, which airline jammed American families to return home was raised last week by Soviet home. passage as "an campaign" reto "The call for Americans Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev. against his government. He said turn to their country only serves Khrushchev suggested Geneva "American citizens who are here to bother American families who or some other "neutral" city as a and "who come here to visit will live here. ..who reside here $100 by site, leaving a ' The Ford here. I . said. million Castro choice," property He had no comment on the. U.S. Foundation currently is building decision Thursday to close down a new $6.2 million U.N. library. the. $110 million Nicaro nickel The United States contributes 33 plant because of "confiscatory per cent fj the operating costs. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Near-Obsessi- on taxes and harassment" by his Russia gives 13 per cent. Russians may launch a rocket The issue) was one of several, regime. toward Mars in the next few, days. Announces Khrushchev' Visit r including possible final action on Saturday will be the most favortHe also announced that Soviet a seat for Red China, that promable date for a Mars shot they a weekend of diplomatic firecan expect for a couple of years. NEW YORK (UPIThe West Premier Nikita Khrushchev was ised ' ' works. on (Continued Page Four) But next' Tuesday, the third had dramatic .notice today that of Sputnik I, will be a uppermost in Nikit S. pretty good day,, too. in Nikita S. Khrii-an- d In . recent weeks the Russians the dread of( being spied May Be Another Nazi Figure have been talking about launching upon. In Russia, the U2 remains a man into a low earth orbit some a time soon.- - U.S. space experts Khrushchev rose ' to his' feet in agree, the Soviets have the United Nations General Asand skill to do this. Thursday roaring about The f Russians also have the sembly U2 incident having smashed the ' . (Continued on Page Four) the Paris summit conference last May. And in a bizarre sidewalk InHitler ' deputy who was officially BUENOS AIRES (UPI press conference in a chill "driz--zl- e terior Minister Alfredo Vitoio'said declared dead six year ago. Thursday night he revealed He said Fie gel's body measurecertain the it ' apjearsarrested that a Russian recently was shot early today German - ' last ments do ;not tally with for the UnitCentral Utah News 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 on charges of spying while his papers say he week is not Martin Bormann, but : ed States. 19 Classified j 18, "imis younger than Borother some li be years he ....17, that may Francis' 15 Comics mann would be if he were still Citing U2 flier Gary portant. Nazi figure." j 14 i Editorial , deterto Powers, sentenced to 10 years in alive. Vitolo said he hopes ' ; Soviet a auVitolo that the National, World News whether added, however, captivity 'by military mine definitely today . .2, 10, 16, 20 Walter thorities here are checking "discourt, the Soviet premier said: suspect is 4 "We have dealt .very leniently Flegei as his identity card says crepancies" Obituaries in Fie gel's story ' 14 fe Off the Beat .... with Powers." which may prove , that he - Is a , v he is. ,, 8 Society '....,..., "Look what you, did to the Jul The Argentina official said "all major Natl fugitive. i One major question that re11, 12, 13 ius and Ethel) Rosenbergs. You the available evidence" .contraSports . . 1 4 electrocuted them and acStocks ..1 mained unanswered was exactly that the Flegel dicts did theory they how 'wartime lost his right arm. the Bormann,' not even admit their guilt." Flegel k tually .1 Polish-America- . Soviet Aims Rocket Toward Mars insidious still-expandi- U2 Spying Still With Khrushchev . ay Khru-uppermo- st , German Held in Argenti na Apparently Not Bormann near-obsessio- n. No Mystery On Nixon's TV CHICAGO (UPI) The Chicago Daily News said today Vice President Richard M. Nixon's aides have admitted they made up the presidential candidate for his television debate with Sen. John F. Kennedy Monday night. - In a copyrighted story Thurs- day, the newspaper said there had been "numerous complaints" about Nixon's appearance on TV Monday night and an investigation was under way to find out whether there might have been sabotage. But today the newspaper quoted Herbert Klein, Nixon ' press geo- - lution asking the meeting. r. The move, resulted from a "neutralist summit conference" held Thursday night at t the Yugoslav Embassy in New , York. It f followed, an appeal eariier this week from Nasser for the; two men to meet and discuss disarmament. Impasse Grow Worse The five neutralist leaders acted as the pold war impasse grew meetsteadily worse. A two-hoing Thursday night between British Prime) Minister Harold Macmillan and Khrushchev ended in (Complete deadlock. l me situation was so serious that Macmillan decided to fly to Washington this wkend fnr v conference with Eisenhower on the Soviet's roughhouse tactics in the United Nations and to allied strategy for the fight ahead. There were rumors Eisenhower might make a third visit to New York during the U.N. session but there still was no indication he would meet with Khrushchev. They! have not met since May whea Khrushchev, torpedoed the Patris summit conference. Eisenhower Opposes Meeting Macmillan and Khrushchev were reported not to have discussed a possible Eisenhower - Khrushchev meeting. Elsenhower has opposed such a meeting until Russia mcrts certain conditions but Khrushchev has indicated Be would accept a meeting, The neutrabst resolution was , var-area- Kennedy was scornful i of Nixon's 1959 "kitchen debate" with Soviet Premier Nikitai KhruSino-Sovi- et shchev .'in Moscow. "Standing up to Mr. not is Khrushchev enough," he declared, Former New York Gov. W. Averell Harriman told, the same banquet that Nixon Avas "trying tb put over the greatest hoax a 'man ever tried. . .He's trying to pretend that just because he had Communist an argument in a kitchen, he's LONDON (UPI) nations have set up a high court qualified to deal with Mr. Khruof inquiry to examine the conflict shchev." between the Soviet Union and Takes Break Communist China, Iron Curtain Kennedy took a. one-da- y respite sources disclosed today. from at his today campaigning 'The sources said its findings Cod with summer home his Cape may. either mend or break1 com- - pregnant wife his and Jackie, pieteiy tne loeoiogicai sput oe-- t daughter, Caroline. He returns to ween Peiping and the rest of the the campaign trail Saturday with Communist world. in Chicago and MinneThey said the investigating speeches a sort of Commu- apolis. commission The nominee and his aides used is comnist world high court prised of top representatives of the breather to assess the effect the Red camp, excluding rene- of his new, stiffer attacks on his : opponent and of the coordinated gade Yugoslavia. Democratic effort to downgrade The Moscow representative is Nixon's no less than chief theoretician qualifications to deal with Russia. Mikhail Suslov, a member of the Soviet Communist Party PresidiNixon's campaign .plans today, um and one of the' top Kremlin dependent on tricky New England leaders. weather, took him to Bangor, The court is ' to report its find- Maine, and the Binghamton-Schenectady-Tro- y to a Communist summit area of ' New ings l TAtii-nn Pair (CnntinueA . York. j. VM 5 Top Neutral Nations Ask UN Action on Ike, Khrushchev Meet By BRUCE W. MUNN United Press International ... UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. tUPIT Five top neutralist Countries today called upon- - President Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to resume their personal diplomacy with a conference. Premier JawahariaL Nehru of "Leadership is not a mere whirling across the public stage DENVER (UPI) President Eisenhower will confer in a burst of glib oratory. . .We Utah Valley Steelmark pays don't want leadership that has a Sunday morning in Washington with Prime Minister Harmoved into their second big day stultifying preoccupation with our old Macmillan and Australian Premier Robert G. Menzies. e parade faults." But the White House said he still has no plans to meet today after a valley-wid-T.nVii . .i TliiirsHaTl Cntofinin in But the Democrats saw it dif- with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev' despite growing that saw the largest single cele, r pressure for such a conference. bration turnout in county history. ferently. Eisenhower, Macmillan and Menzies will discuss matThe Other View Today's activities in the salute to ters under consideration by the United Nations General men of steel celebration will feaKennedy told a in New York, including disarmament. The meetture special events in each of the banquet in Syracuse, N.Y. Thurs- Assembly will be held at the White House. nine communities participating in day night that Nixon had an op- ing the three day celebration. portunity., on his foreign trips to SAN FRANCpISCO (UPI A Coast Guard investigate s Thousands of area residents are study problems of still talking about yesterday's parand then see to it that the ing officer examined debris found 125 miles southwest of ade of as manvas 70 and no fewer administration carried out his San" Francisco to try to determine whether it was wreck than 40 floats, bands, queens, recommendations. age of the fishing boat Steelhead, whose skipper radioed color guards and special entries the Democrat said, the that he had been 'shot" by another fishing boat. But, that traveled more than 40 miles vice failed to produce through nine towns, under the di- plans president that might have staved off rection of .Clair Bowen, Payson, later troubles in Cuba, Laos, In- Proponent Gets Big Applause the long procession moved north and other Poland dia, Japan, (Continued on Page Nine) countries he visited. long-rang- . Worsens . F. Kennedy: fund-raisin- ... - to- retary, as saying the trouble was wasn't Malce-U- p certain who made up Nixon. . television and not make-up- . artist vho Syd Simon, make-u- p "Mr. Nixon is in excellent health was in the studio on a stand-b- y and looks good in person," Klein basis, said a man carrying a case J ' said. . walked into the studio before the He said Nixon used only a light broadcast and maintained he was man. But Simon did dusting of powder! on his face the make-u- p not .This redoes not know his name, the'' Daily Monday night. quire, services of an expert, he News said. "We all say a. Democratic said, and Nixon' staff handles it when necessary, make-u- p artist made him up," the Klein said Nixon's staff is check- Daily News quoted John Hall, and ing lighting, which is more per- business agent of the Make-u- p tinent," with an eye to making Hair Stylist Union's New York the vice president look more like local. "They loused him up so himself on TV. badly that a Republican couldn't haw 4o& t&at job," " j the-powe- r HERALD INDEX . . , one-arm- Bor-mann- 's, ed T , . . " .fV ...