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WASIfWflmV - Tim (UI'l) Jc y oir.es Tin new mmlM oiAmtrU'U'a uruwlflii family of apace rocket J:(fi first all'SoJJd fuel vehicle capable ,of putting satellite in or flt or of boosting scientific proves to high altitude, j rocket, launched 'The from, the National Aeronautic and Space Administration f .base at United Kfale today lAuncheYl a new pav exploration rocket to no altitude of marly 4jtM miles t)ffldal called it a perfect test of the new Scout rocket and ill payloaf of Instruments designed to detect nuclear explosion! above the atmosphere, T" , 72-fo- ot that th flW wan coffipMy suemaful, if if vehicle and tiniriimnibijm pt I f i fcj.,.iamm,n-..-- Ill Herald Telephones! For Ads, News, Circulation: Prove Offlee, 100 V. 4th N.'-- Fst III V'lJ -- ...i.,.,..,,,,.,.,,. Fit Orem Office, 757 .............. . Tor Society EIGHTY-EIGHT- " N. State . AC I I V V 30 5-- 1 FR ; 603 jC I I X-sf- Vi T253 f 1 1 xll IIJk' ilT" Tv ( uatemalan - . j r Jly DARItElX . Soviet Prem er Nikita Khrus chevj and British Prime Minister Hamld Macmillani met for the second time in New York today in a conierence that could ' open the ay for a resuniption of Big Fojur summit talks m jtne spring Khrushchev who Monday night rejected any hope East-Weoeace alks with President Eisenhower. of sought out Macmillan for today's talks in the Briton's Waldorf-Astori- a Towers apartment. Macmillan called on Khrushchev at their lirst meeting las t week. NEW YORK (UPI)f -picketIH violence spread today in the nationwide strike against the General Electric Co. by the nterhational Union of Electrical NKW YORK (UVl) st crowded Manhattan street Monday and seized the narcotics, Today the Guatemalan govern-ment announced that Mauricio Rosa!, its ambassador to Belgium .and 7 the Netherlands, who was identified by federal agents as the Workers smuggling ring's chief courier, Flare-up- s were renorted at three olants in the i has been fired. i South East and following similar incidents Monday. The Guatemalan Embassy !in Several persons werje arrested' but ho injuries were Washington said its' government reported. ,' "has initiated legal proceedings and for his unworthy 'against' him BUFFALO, N. Y. (Uifl) The international president illegal mistrust on the post with nf thf Rwitrhmen's iminni of North America Monday which he has been honored." Ua fl KOA momiiwa' trt "sfiriniislv consider" a tenta- U.S. Attorney S. Hazard Gilles- titrrnA 17 wes tern and southe n pie said the heroin seizure was tive jagreement reached with the largest single narcotics haul railroads. ever made in the country,- and a narcotics agent said the ring's had been so huge it ,"de-fl- Political Roundup L the imagination." '4 i Rosal, 58, and the other three were held in a total of $f million t . - ci NixoriAncd Kennedy tinCamti aign Trot baiK He was said to have flown in from France Sunday with more than 1 10 pounds of uncut t heroin East narprocured from Middle ' cotics suppliers through ' underworld sources in Marseilles. He By United Press International apparently used his diplomatic to M Nixon sought presi customs from Richard search1, immunity dential! votes today in populous smuggle the heroin. New man Hoal and French mystery northern Jersy while .'.johni'lj to his did have Kennedy Etienne, Tarditi, .56, said campaigning in a n f from Newark to Paterson, Hattk-ensac- k, S . one-minu- Orem Council, C. of 0. Pledge Unity Of Effort The OremCity Coun'OREM cil and the board fo directors for the Orem Chamber of ifjommerce met Monday night in an effort to promote greater unity and n. the understanding .betwe '" i i groups. Mayor Melbourne Wallace led the discussion asking the council and the chamber to work ; together for agreements which will promote the best interests of Orem City, Mayor Wallace asked that - S. L. Attorney .'' I - 1 i , t' ., More consideration of !thc NEW YORK (UPD Stanley opinions of the Chamber. Younger of Brooklyn and attorney 5. 4 check into peddling: in Richard T. CardaU, Salt Lake Orem.;"You cannot tax one mari City, have been indicted and Jet another go free1," the federal grand Jury on charges chamber representatives said, growing out of the sale of flcti- Steelmark Success "tlous .stock. , , .' One of the greatest steps toYounger goes on. trial today in ward unity was made when 114 Hartford, Conn., in another secur- Orem merchants worked together ities case along with Carmine to promote Steelmark Days in "Lombardossi; a figure in the fa- Orem, j Chamber of Commerce mous Apalachin, N.Y., hoodlum secretary Enid Peterson reported investigation, and a score of oth- Enthusiastic approval of the JolnJ er' defendants. venture was expressed byi Cham-- i The New York indictment ac ber and council members, Deaii cuses Younger of interstate trans Abbott!, Steelmark (Days chairi portation of shares of National man for Orem, was given a vote j ( Photocopy. Inc., al non - existent of appreciation, corporation, sale of unregistered Movjng-i- n at the building day itock and two lesser Violations of (Continued on Page Four j S.E.C. regulations. "CardaU was Indicted for con spiracy to commit, perjury, per- bya -- ' ; '1 j and subornation of- perjury. Will offer his plea Thursday lie in Manhattan Federal Court. Specifically cardaU is accused of lying to the grand Jury and inducing William C. Duhlmeier of JSalt Lake City to Jle to ,the grand Jury about Duhlmeler allowing, his name to be used on the stock certificates of the fictitious corpora- ' jury, tion. -- Now You KnW - ; , , By United Press International Conjoined twins derived t h name f 'Siamese" from Chang and Ong Bunker who were born at Bangesiau, Slam, April 10, 1811 j At the age of 32 (hey married sisters and fathered 10 and nind children- respectively. They diedj within three houra of each other in 1874. i J - N fO J l ,.,-,- i array plpei'and pimip and valvei which make Junehlntf difficult, Solid fuel rockets, on the other hand, are much flmpler and in theory can be launched at a moment's notice, iM.i .I- ,-, Wj.ni . flr , .. !'" fund-raisii- g dinner and political rally. Nixon, Monjday made his seventh, campaign fopay into the traditicn-all- y Democratic South, In stops at Charlotte, N.C., and j Va., he needled southern dissatisfaction with the Democraj tic .platform. r The Democratic platform! writers, the vice president declared, "have forfeited the right to ask true Democrats to vote for.thoir j Rlcjh-mohd- . party thlj year." ," :. Senti- JfV rlTNJ I TJ VV "substantial-ly".- ' . ' : ' ; V-- ' (''" struction necessary for these experiments has been continued and Is nearly completed.? j McCone refused to say there has been no "decision" to resume tests. He would say only "thefe has been no announcement." He did not rule out the possibility of a nuclear test before the Nov. 8 "!'" election.''"' '...:.'- The AEC chairman said he was "gratified" by a statement Sunday by Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, that thft country should resume tests if an agreement with Russia has not been reached by next: June. Humphrey is chairman of the Senate disarmament subcommittee. Gen. Nathan F. Twining, who retired last week as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, took a position similar to Humphrey's in a recent speech in New York. 1 j j fr"?"? ' , v ' '"- t . For'Summit' Of B ig Fou r - -, ,y TT -- V, l UN Setbaclcs Alter Russian Attitude on , Hammarskjold Ouster By BRUCE W. MUNN United Press International UNITED NATIONS.N.Y. (VP1) The Soviet Union began back- y in its war with tracking Secretary.general Dag Hammars-kjolto-da- and a spokesman said there was no question of Russia leavIf he doea ing the United Nations ' not resign. . The softened Soviet attitude toward Hammarskjold came ln the face of repeated General Assembly defeats and thunderous ' support for the Swedish diplomat who. told Premier Nikita Khrushchev Monday "I shall remain at my -- Lumumba Loses His Hold On British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan PRELUDE TO BIG 4 MEET? clasped as he talks with Sovielt Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev in keeps his hands ifik.a.f tho Wnlflnrf.Afitnrifl TTnfpl trtrlav. Khrnshe.hev who late Mondaypeace talks with President Eissnhower, met with rejected any hope df East-Wethe way for a resurnption of Big Four Macmillan in a coherence that could open TTT3T Hf iXT--TTnKnl 1rl4i 1 J rf suminii'j. miis.o i.il uiv apini. yxxcxam - ux x I ;' xc.u 1 Guatemalan Planes Strafe Cuban Ship announcement said the schooner La Cubana was attacked "not far from our coasts," but did)not say exactly where or when. Cozumei is more than 300 miles north of Guatemala's brief Caribbean coast at its nearest An official point, r The announcement said the sail ing vessel was ;attacked at night, and that it managed to escape the full force of the planes' machine gun and rocket attack because of the darkness. It was believed to have been heavily dam- aged. "The schooner;. , . Is believed to be part of the flotilla with which the Commijnlst government ' of Flicl Castro intends to invade Central America, and especially Their leader, Alphonse Sbngolo, Guatemala," the announcement minister of communications iu the said. Lumumba go vrnment and one of his top 'lieutenants, said Lumm-ba'- s '. ..j j I HERALD INDEX j Comics 11 Elsenhower asked the delegates Classified to the 67th annual conference of National, World News the International Association of Obituaries Chiefs of Police to give "a! ailnt Letters to Editor salute" not only to the police of Society New York, but "of all the natibn Sports and all- freedom loving people Stocks every5wmere' 12, 13 2 4 ...... .................... .10 7 8, 9 .;. 4 - st Island. fast-talkin- post," A member of the. Soviet delegation said the Russian attitude toward Hammarskjold will depend upon his future conduct. This was a far easier stand than Khrushchev's demands he' resign because the Communist bloc did hot trust him. The Soviet spokesman said the Kremlin leaders had made no decision whether to boycott him as they did to force the resignation of his predecessor, Norway' . However, Sen. Wayne Morse, GUATEMALA CITY (UPI) -Gsaid in a statement Monuatemalan fighter planes strafed day that resumption of nuclear a Cuban 'schooner suspected of testing by any nation "would be an ; immoral act and would be trying to run guns into Guatecertain to Increase the danger of mala and drove it away from the war. it Caribbean coaU the government announced today.1 The ship was said to have run aground, apparently Jn sinking condition, - on Mexico's Cozumei J f, '' A' ' - ' D-Or- PresiUPI) "Congolese National Movedent Eisenhower today extended ment party should be renamed his thanks toi the New York po- the "Communist National Movelice force for its "very, splendid ment" because of the way the Job" in protecting delegates to the goateed African leader had relied current United Nations General on the Reds for support. Assembly meeting. The . President told 1,500 :U,S. and foreign police chiefs that jhc wished to express his "sincere appreciation"! to the New! York force in view !of "extreme burdens Central Utah News ,. .1, 4, !, 0 .10 placed upon them" by the meet Editorial - Move Made i . ing. ;'""''. i s ( n ' : j ! n At a news conference, McCone left little doubt that the United States soon would resume underground .nuclear blasting to test seismic instruments,' He said con- terror.' Some PRICE FIVE CENTS ducting secret underground experiments and that; Soviet military plat Ike Extends His Thanks To NJ Y. Police Force .M.r ' I j . -- - afternoon cloudiness with chance afternoon thunder shower In the mountains. HUh both dayi SO te 84; low tonlfbt, 45 to 50. I j y -- Wd through Wednesday.. . - st Congo Senate i WASIlINGTpN ; - j j own-vieW- '. official in historic Caphol square i n Richmond, he said, "Thomas Jefferson would turn , LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo over in his 'grave to know that (UPI) Patrice Lumumba,' the these men represented the Dem g beer salesman who bcratlc party." became the first premier of the Nixon said' Kennedy had, Congo, appeared today to have mised to carry out all the irre lost his magic hold over arHa-4- sponsible contradictions bundled ment.. H'-rinto the 1900 Democratic A wholesale defectionliyof iorm lie cnauengea nis oppo the 44 senators and deputies from nent to take a stand on the plat- Lumumba's 'own Eastern Provform "in exactly way in ince left the. deposed premier the North, the East, the South with far" less than the slim; maand the, West " :, jority that put him into power. As for his on Dixite's The rebels issued a three-pag- e on (Continued Page Four) statement to newsmen Monday IT night denouncing Lumumba as a Communist and accusing him of trying to set up a dictatorship by Standing .i Washington for the United States to resume nuclear testing unless control agreement an East-Wei Is reached quickly. Advocates of test resumption are convinced that deteriorating relations with Russia make it imthis country abanperative don the voluntary ban under which it has suspended testing for ' j the past two years. Chairman John A. McCone of the Atomic Energy Commission, the latest, to call for a test resumption, said Monday he "surmised" that Russia had been conforces have benefited - n GARWOOD United Press International WASHINGTON (UPIV ment. '"is.' increasing in w re'idrf of pie .1 r L r the-sam- 4. : . sp;ak at a to proved unity of the two groups. Chamber of Commerce Presli dent Milton Johnson asked for increased recognition of the Chamber and all Orem business houses,; Other members of the chamber asked for recognition of the chamber as an organization! of business men .rather than a service club. "It is our official duty to assist in the functions of, the city," Glenn Robertson stated. Other recommendations voiced by chamber members included: 1. Membership of all city couners in the Chamber ot Commerce. 2. Use of Chamber in ass stance In planning stages of important city projects such as proposed street (lighting projects. 3. Patronizing of Orem's bus- -- : He will f y to Indiana.polis aired in an effort to promote im4 inesses.' five-minu- te te n-tr- y' 4H-memb- Indicted By Grand Jury rinj po u r 1 uiru .'. Elizabeth, Plainfield and West Orange. He was after New Jersey's 16 electoral votes in the tour of the heavily industrialized area. i i smuggled in 50 pounds of heroin Chicagb television studio. candidate Kennedy iDemocratic Nixon's (Continued on Page Four) Republican nominee had an appointment to make a andl series of TV films which will jbe carried as paid political programs by local stations across the. coi " ... UH'i Jl'tf)4 hAVf fueli A (Q : . T : I j At ir PliVX New Testing unless; Pact Is Forthcoming -- , dl ' s .V o Sentiment' Supports - i .- i...- to Juld fuel, -- ..- L n Rosal; 3 Other Men Also Accused - j largest solid fuel vehicle ever launched by the United fttatei," Launching of the new rocket Atom Test M U Government Fires By ALB IN KHEBM the dwUwd twlc ? bed Resumption pera Tion Is Favored 1 n amuggnng United Press International NEW YORK (UPI) Arrest 'of a top Guatemalan diplomat and three other men accused of smuggling $20 million worth of heroin into the United States cost the envoy his Job today. . Federal narcotics agents arrested the four men at gunpoint ton a in fefi pwlpofied, Afl t iyt to Jatfuli a Scout July 1 failed when mll iferpfrtafn of radar data tmimi' zrumA i'tthitoi official to destroy the vehicle at a height of 140 nllea, At least the booster or first state of all U,S, space rocked had. PRO VP, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY; OCT(t)BER 4, 1960 ..T X. C iC2LJQUMK LJJ L ' r states) The Scout vehicle I rU QZSSC Hi - fcl) 84 YEAR, NO. 47 H '3 F ,1..,MlIBI-...,.n.-.Ml- . "TJi rteout was th f)rt four fa Mlld'ftiel rocket ever flrcd uMance successfully under full o n t r o J (by the United and orricd a planned' "The vchlcle'i guidance and control system caused the Scout to follow It programmed flight path, perfectly,", he aald, ' - n D "Jrkflcafe da( Mund, Va, WMjehed-- y to ImM lit payloAd to'an the altitude of 3,7(W mile Atlantic, and carry it 9,IW mile downrange, A NAM spokesman said about an hour after the; launching that preliminary examination - of the Wallop i -- i - it rv ClC -J Catholic Church Assails Red Infiltration In Cuba , ... supporters of Spanish chief of state Francisco Franco. Thi Mrrnlar rAApA. however. Sanof. Serrahtes Perez that it the church had to choose Enrique Castro who saved Fidel, between the United States a n d tiago, in from execution lj953, charged Commuriism it would not hesitate today that "devotees of Marx and to do so. Lenin" are trying to reap the Distribution of the circular co- fruits of Castro's revolution. o incldcd with reports f that A circular written by the preelements of every stripe distributed to are late, which Is being uniting against Communist In through- filtration of. Cuba, however much Roman Catholic churl-hcout the country, denied Castroite they may differ on other Issues, charges that the church is in Friends reported today that fluenccd by the U.S. Embassy or Maj. Jose Plloto, former pro- in San Castro, "coordinator" By MATTHEW T KENNY United Press International HAVANA (UPI) --j Archbishop ( anti-Castr- s Glen Canyo n Dam Beginning "o Rise From River Floor anti-gover- . " five-pow- er n inc Red influence in Cuba. Catholic authorities, here expressed concern over the distribution h of pamphlet attributed to Jose Marti, the "George Washington" of Cuba. They expressed doubt that Marti wrote . the Damnhlet. The GTC Union Federation is sued a statement hailing the ex ecution of Roberto Cruz Alfonso, convicted of trying to assassinate radio commen a 1 t r- : nations. His speech, interrupted three times by applauie, received the longest ovation' any speaker has the in received assembly.' . Defeated for the second tlfne in his attempts to force U.N. Secretary General Dag - Hammarto resign, Khrushchev skjold turned to the offensive on three fronts at the United Nations; He spurned the neutralist proposal for a meeting "The Execution U evidence that with Elsenhower ..unless" the Pres' the people have decided to carry ident condemns the U2 spy flight crete, ' reconnaissance Completion date for the dam Is out the (Castro) revolution; ..." and the RB47 statement which the United bombs "Noise said. 1983'. When finished flight the plane scheduled for " on and Was contends a States foes) Castro's can off the 700 feet from it will rise (set by on strengthen Page Four) provocations yon floor and stretc t. 1,500 feet other (Continued on Page Four) across it. five-pow- er pro-gevernm- ; : peace-(Continu- ed , Faulty Wiring Blamed For Fire New Record 1,390.21 Miles Per Hour Navy Claims Jet Fig liter Speed Mark - : that! the secretary.general had "soiled the honor" of the United Natloni, This was far, milder, than previous Communist statements. It appeared the Soviet bloc had been surprised by the wild acclaim with Which the assembly delegates greeted Hammarskjold'i Cristobal, had Joined defense of himself Mondramatic in the ment guerrillas Organ 1 as a protector of smaller Mountains after; denouncing grow day anti-churc- huge PAGE, Ariz.. (UPD-T- he Glen Canyon dam in slowly beginning to rise from the floor of . , the Colorado River. More than 140,000 cubic yards of concrete have be n p' aced in the dam, which is pai't of the Upper Colorado River Storage Project. When the huge structure js completed it will contain more than 5 million cubic yards of con- 5 Trygve Lie. ' Ask Summit Meeting The delegation member said Russia would support an Australian amendment to a neutralist resolution to have it call for a new Big Four summit meeting instead of a meeting between.. Khrushchev and President Elsenhower, which both have rejected. The Communist attack on Hammarskjold waned in the assembly today and the Ukraine, which is actually a part rj of the Soviet Union, was assigned to declare Killing 3 Tots d MeDonnell tlonale une 23 and not yet rec-wWASHINGTON (UPI) The from Chicago, wHi 1.293,7 miles per ognlzed, Navy today claimed a new world F4H1 Phantom II fighter that record of 1,390.21 miles per hour become operational aboald Navy hour, The American record alio must be submitted to the same for Jet fishier olanes. The record carriers late this year. J (100 kilo- body for recognition, would be nearly 100 miles an hour Davis flew , a world official The, current greater than one submitted for meter) circular course in 40.9:tcf' Is was miles true 1,167,35 record per hour average speed recognition by Russia four months ends. Ills Gen. Joseph. H. 1,454 miles, an hour, but he wis set by Brig, ,, ago. Navy Secretary William B. occasionally somewhat wide of the Moore at Edwards last Dec. 11. Franke aaid "we have shown course. The test was at an altiDavis told a news conference at Mo-Jiv- e the we to of PcnLacon that hit maximum that feet are 45,000 the tude again equal any oyerj we Air will be second Desert near Edwards challenge that speed on the circular flight was l to no one." well over 1,500 miles an hour Force Base in California.! The Navy mark was set Sept, 2.3 times the speed at which Russia'a mark f or the 23 by Cmdr, John F. course, fubmitted to the sound traveii at the 45.000-foo- t (Jeff) an Davis, 30, Annapolis graduate EtZutsttoA Aeroaautliue Intersft- - altitude in as j te . : j 1 . By United Press Iateraatioaal Afton AFTON,, Wyo. iiUPI) Robinaon Fire Chief Keith said Monday a fire in which three children perished Saturday night was .caused by faulty Wiring, Robinson said firemen had definitely determined the wires, were overloaded when the blaze started in the celling over the kitchen. The victims wereJame Far rell Johnson, 24, an4 Ihii twin half sisters, Karen Sue and Shar-o-n Kay Puekett. A fourth child, Terry Lynn Johnson, awoke and escaped injury but could sot wake hit fcrothcA - .