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THUItSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 i Utah County. Utah DAILY HERALD 4 Siock Market George W. Sidwcll Graveside Rites Monday for Infant Orem Man Graveside services for Ann Davis, infant daughter of Delmar B. and Marie Rohbock Davis, of Brigham, wll be held Monday at 1 p. m. in the Orem City, CemeOREM George W-- . Sidwell, 84, The infant died shortly after Orem resident for 30 years, died tery. birth Wednesday morning In Brig-ha- Wednesday afternoon at the home of a daughter Surviving are her parents? one m waiisburg alsister and one brother, Elizabeth ter a lingering and Spencer; "grandparents, Mr. illness. and Mrs. Boyd C. Davis .and Mrs. He was born Annie Rohbock of Orem. April 23, 1876, in Manti, a son 4 of George and Adelia D. Cox at 84 Dies FURNISHED BY J. A. HOGLE AND COMPANY Member of New York Stock Exchange m. Dow Jones Averages: 15 30 20 Total Stocks UUllties Ralls Industrials Volume Wednesday Close: 634.18 5.22 144.89- -- 3.75 4,390,000 1025758 214.78255 ' Thursday Open: .13 214 .91 102.53 .16 534.0703 145.08-r.1' "M Y S 15 ACTIVE STOCKS SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE ' Chn Close . Volume . Quotations: . Wednesday Complete ,J 3ft Bait & Ohio . . 97,400 22.50 .20.00 Banner Bait & Oh Stp..67,0U0 42 ' k 9 , 6 . Stude Pack .... 58,600 ... 56,700 Gen Elec San Diego Imp. 48,700 Unit Fruit .... 45,500 El ... 40.300 cruwi oiivcr ft Cardiff Central Std B5 "" 21ft 2ft Chief 68 . . Con-Clayto- 45 ft unch Westingh a . j- - ft Univ Oil Pd .'.. 43,200 Am Viscose '. . . 39,700 47rft 39,700 42tft Std Oil NJ ft .NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Wednesday Thursday Close Open Allied Chem 65ft Hi 'Allis Cham 26ft 34 ft Alum 34ft 36 ft fllllVl "WJS .IIIMIII4M UUyl 47 47 ft Amer Cyan ' Araer Std 13 ft 13ft Amer Smelts 55ft. 107 ft 107 Amer T and T 69 ft Amer Tob C 25 4 , 25 ft Atch T and S 42 ft Beth Steel 42ft ; Cater Trac . ; 31ft "158 '40. ' Chrysler 78 ft 78 Corn Pd tiig '. Denver RG t . 19 18ft 72 I'm . 72 Dow Chem . , . .. 202 ft" 2025i Du Pont "rr . maTi ,r a i 109 ft ... 29 ft El Paso , 29ft ......... it. Firestone 33 . First America 28 ft 28ft 70 ft 70 ft Ford Motor 68 67 ft Gen Elec t. 73 ft 74 f Gen Foods . . . 42 ft 42 ft Gen Mtr - Goodyear 35 ft 33ft 3 uuu cm . : ...... Int Harv :48ft 48ft 62 ft Int Nick i... 63 . Int Peeper . . 32 ft 32ft ; Johns Man 60 60ft 79 y . 79 ft "Kenjecott . Min Mng Mfg 71ft 71ft 46 Monsan Chem '45ft Mont Ward 28 ft 28 ft 70 ft 70 ft Nau cash Reg 82 82 K 1Q 19 Ny Cen RR 75-3Pac G and El 75 arKe Jja ... ft 57 C .......... . , Cram . . Repub Steel Reyn Tob B Std OlTNJ Texaco Inc Thiokol . . ; 'Timk R Bear Transamer Con Corp Tri Un Carbide Un Pacific Unit Air Ln Unit Pk City US Steel . Utah P and I Wes Air La Westg Elec Woolworth 41ft 15 ft 54 ft 140 ft 51, 58 42li-- ftsi. 43 50ft . ........ ......,.. .......... . AMERICAN STOC ; 55 3 . . .06 JO .09 1.25 .85 .02 .05 .05 .14 .04 04 ft 12ft i ; : .37 5S 120 4 45 1.15 .07 .08 .08 .09 i I Plutus 500 at 18, 1200 at 20, 1000 at 20 2000 at 15, 2000 at 16 Progress 3000 at 334ft Sage Oil 500 at 30 at 1.10. Tintic Std 2000 at 1.15, :. Wednesday Quotations Bid Affil Fund 75 3.06 Div Shares Cdn Gen Fund ......14.14 H36 Chem Fund E & H Stk Fund ....12.61 Fund Investors ...... 925 Mass Inv Trust .r... 13.57 Mass Inv Trust .. .:. 13.57 Mass Inv Growth ...158 Putman Fund . . . . . . 14.96 7 S3 Telev St Elec ft 200 42ii 88 42 ft v Sift 28 38 ft 38 ft 124 ft 30 124ft 30 .38 39 1ft 45 ft 67 m 15.29 129 13.48 10.14 14.67 14.67 16.84 1626 9.64 ....... . 80ft 36 20ft '.'8 sr Reds i 67 ft KEXCHANGE Pej-i- l xnursday Quotations: Bid Asked (Continued from Page One) British Pete 7 eft Bunk Hill 10 ft lift 6 534 Day Mine . "they say that when they have . ... lOTk Kaiser Ind lift over the youth", they will won?; Mtn Sts T and T . . .. .25ft 26 . .. . the coiintry." have New Park . . . lft 2ft lft Rico Argentine 2ft Few Can Do It . . 8ft Utah Id Sugar .' 8ft. Stand Uranium think of Conumunists don't "But lft lft . -- r I I OVER THE COUNTER Anursaay .Quotations: ........ Albertson's Ar1jn .. O in numbers," he said. It only Asked takes one or . two In pthe right 105 ac- 10.12 ft jjjace at the tight time to 53.75 oomplislh their purpose. At one .12 I saw. six Communists contime! .12 2.50 trol 2800 union members." 13.50 12.00 Describing Red plans for over8.75 throw ' of the United States, he .54 said,! "The Communists plan to 15.50 d 2.90 of the up to liquidate 36.75 9.50 111' v..14lft Bapco Big Piney ...... Bonanza Air ...... 2.12ft .... TnV Cai. ArtT - i 1 in. Can Sup Oil .... 12.62ft :: c;ons 11.12ft UTeignt Deseret Pharm . . 8.00 English Oil . . . . . , .48 ' Equity Oil 140 . 2.62ft 'Federal Res First Sec.Bk ... 34.50 First Sec Inv 14.00 Intrtst Mtr Ln . 16.00 . .12 ; Lang Const Hidden Splendor . 7.37 ft .... .51.50 V WiH. . . . . . Magna 4.25 , Magna 6 Bond .100.00 on. inc SQ Rare Metals .. I ... 1 7 ft Texota ;. .66 Three Sts Nat Gas 22 r. Sudden Illness Claims Provo i ; Sid well." : and counselor In the old Sharon Ward bishopric. He also served a mission in the Southern States, She was born u - 1901-190- 2. '. " J : t Surviving are a daughter, A Earl (Ruth) Mecham of Francis 1 i e t te er, great-grandmoth- Tum-baug- h 8, 1958. Mr. Sidwell was a former resident of Manti and San' Diego.He was a tool sharpener, blacksmith, Mrs. Gladys Elizabeth McBeth and poultry raiser. He was an active, member of the LDS Church, BUlings Walton, 59, 541 E. 5th S.; as bishop of the Thurber ' Provo, died early this morning serving Ward, Bickhell, Wayne County; following a sua-de- n as branch president in San Diego, illness. James rg . . Woman at 59 Pay Olpin-Sundbe- Clara Gidney May 30, T. A. Clover of Tooele; 1901, in the Salt x Mr. Sidwell Mrs. Imogene Lake LDS Temple. She died Dec. of Las Vegas, Nev. ' j Oct. 29, 1901, in s o n, a d a ug h.t e r of. PLEASANT GROVE Funeral services for Tammy Huntsman, daughter of Richard A. and Jane Dennison Huntsman Terra, Tooele County, will be held Saturday at 1 p. m., Mortuary. She died Tuesday in a Dugway Proving Ground hospital of pneumonia. Friends may call Saturday after 11:30 a m. at the mortuary, Burial will be in Pleasant Grove " Cemetery, She was born Dec.-- 9, 1960, in Salt Lake City. Surviving are her parents; a sister, Annette; grandparents,' Mr. and Mrs. Hilton H. Huntsman of Terra; Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Tries six grandchildren;, two Lovel e s s Mca sister, Beth. She marMrs. S. Butler Cora of Bountiful. ried Alfred Vivservices will Funeral be cones ian B ducted at noon in the Saturday April 19, 1919, at Mrs. Walton I Mortuary by BisPi jvo. He died July, 1949. She Reed Ford of the Waiisburg married Harold Walton April 22, hop Ward. Friends may call Friday 1955. 7 to 9 from and Saturday prior She attended grade schools in to services at the mortuary. BurPayson and graduated from Pay-- ) ial will be in Orem City son High School and later attend ed 'Brigham Young University. She came to Provo In 1925. She was president of Ladies of Elks, 1947-4was house mother at University of Utah for Delta Gamma sorority from 1952 to 1954. Her (Continued from Page One) hobby in recent years had been the raising of .African, yoilets and and bus transportation to get to begonias for her a1friends." and their jobs. member of The 660 striking tugboaibmen neighbors. She was LDS Church. the threw picket lines around PennShe is , survived by her hus- sylvania Station this morning in' band; three sons and one daugh- an effort to close down the city's ter, Gordon R. Billinjgs of Orem, other major raal terminal, which Dr. Russell M. Billings of Provo, eerves more than 90,000 comR. Neil Billings of Orem and Mrs. muters on the Pennsylvania" and Richard H. (Diane) Newton of Long Island railroads. However, Springville; nine grandchildren; rail service on these lines was two r others and one sister, Ralph normal during- - the morning rush McBeth of Payson, Elroy McBeth hours. of Idaho Falls and Mrs. Lynn M. Island is not one of (Erma) Thatcher of, Salt Lake theThe11 Long railroads struck by the City. tugiboatmen and forced packets to Funeral services will be held leave Its entrance at PennsylvaSaturday at 11 a. m., Berg Draw nia Station by obtaining a teming Room Chapel, with Bishop porary state the from injunction Ray W. Gwilliam of the Provo Court. Seventh LDS Ward officiating. Supreme The railroads have contracts Friends may call at Berg Mortu with ' the tugboatmen because ary Friday from 6 to 8 p. m. and most rail cargo is brought into Saturday prior to services. In Manhattan Island from New Jerterment wii be in Provo City terminuses rail sey by carfloats Cemetery. moved by tugs. en; great-grandchildr- By HELEN THOMAS United Press International, illin Olpin-Sundber- g. Rockefeller v j WASHINGTON one-thdr- population whdeh would include 1750 the educators, policemen, busi.15 837 ft nessmen, both those with large 5450 and small businesses, trade union 5.00 leaders, representatives of Ameri105.00 1.87 ft can industry, and the. clergymen, 1.75 to name only a few. ' 21 3.00 'Make no tnistake, he said, "Oxmimunisim is happening rdght' America and they areat-temptta- g here to infiltrate our schools, churches and trade unions in! way they can. There are no harm-les- s or innocent Oommunists," he contipued. , 15.00 ' j k Resolutions of Condolence Drawn a-- y j, SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) ,Four resohttaons of condolence were draw irp by ? the House today expressing sympathy on ttfe deaths of relatives of several . "Our best guarantee against this infiltration," he said, is to strong militarily, demand adequiate , legislation from our CSongiressmen and pay more attention to where our money, is being spent. Why should we support countries like Yugoslavia and Poland when they never vote with us in the United Nations?" be questioned. "The fight begins with you," he said, and to do this we must keep faith in God and in Amer stay , 6 Americans Mrs. (UPI) . , five-wee- ": - . full-dre- ss al . on Nov. 25. John F. Kennedy's inauguration. The' government claimed the Americans contended they had landed in their boat because they were "lost." But it said the men later identified photographs showFla. Miami, "training ing o forces. for grounds" Restrictions at base The Cuban cabinet decreed today that employes of the U.S. Naval; Base at Guantanamo who do not live on the base must get special government passes to. trav el to and frdm work hereafter. Persons affected by the order, about 3.200 of the base's 4,000 and probably Cuban employes some American civilians, will be required, to get, their 'passes fromGuantanamou city authorities witnin 10 days. . ' D-O- g- - Ma-hone- y, ; Kennedy . State-designa- te nine-mont- Wed-nesd- " i i.,, , - . c . . i Quotes In ;"',; TKe News It May 14 .By United Press International WASHINGTONPatrick McMa-hbn- ,, the PT boat crewmenber that skipper John F: Kennedy saved from the water during the war, recalling the Presidentelect's rescuer effort: '.The skipper is-- a good swim- mer-rth- e best4here' no question about that." . ; '' Premder Khrushchev dn declaiing that Russia was- not the Header of ' the Communist world: "The Communist party of the Soviet Union ; does not", lead other parties. There is no superior and subordinate party in the. Commu nist movement." MOSCOW - ; , , IowaThe SHELDON, xurt-ap-pointe- d attorney for Mrs. Burnice Geiger, who embezzled $2 million, on her being in jail: "She there . . . She knows shell be there for quite a while . . . She's resigned to it." r ; ',v (Continued from Pare One) took the oath of office in a steadv ' downpour of freezing rain. The general' stubbornly refused to wear an overcoat for the outdoor ceremony. He insisted on reading his 'entire prepared address an 8, oration which one hour '45 minutes. and lasted; One' month later, he was dead J of pneumonia. V Champagne Freezes At Ulysses S.; Grant's second it was so ; cold that West Point cadets passed 6utv during the parade. And the champagne for the Inaugural ball froze solid in the bottles. v Sleet pelted James Monroe, snow blanketed James Garfield and Grover Cleveland, and. rain dampened the garments, if not the spiral, of James K. .Polk, Abra" 000-wo- rd I j in high good The spirits after a night of inaugural partying, also had some kind words for outgoing President Eisenhower, even though relations btween ' the two have been chilly. Truman was asked "during his traditional morning walk whether be expected to get better' acquainted with Eisenhower now that the latter is joining the exclusive club of former presidents. He replied: "I know him wicU ' . enough." in de he Then a softer tone, scribed Eisenhower as a "very 1 nice person." Truman said he would serve the government in whatever capacity" Kennedy assigned. Truman steered away from the 1 :. ' . . White his on House te walk from has hotel suite. He , chided reporters for not being able to keep up with him xm his morning walks. Asked how many more years he'll continue the strolls, he replied: I'll out walk you guys because you're lazy. You take a car to go across the .street." As he approached his hotel, he joked, "If any of you guys haven't had enough, we can go anomer 1A IK1vVc I' wwiwi Truman disclosed that Jbs. was working on a new book, a "history of the presidency for children; Swinging his cane jauntily, he also said that he hasn't played poker since he left the White . . -- . . i : f L HVniiLp ".AtwI tlhein I fliWiavs Dlaved to lose," he recalled. Legislature to Watch Inaugural n SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Legislators from both parties will have a chance Friday, to watch the beginning of a national administration and the '' end of an. otherin color Televisdon sets will be placed in the House and Senate chambers during the morning for law- makers 'to watch the inauguration John F. Ken of President-elec- t v- nedy. ... .'."; -. . . Berg . Mortuary ham Lincoln,; William ; McKinley, Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. ' ' Roosevelt. The last two9 presidents had good luck with the weather. Harry ERVI CBS Mrs. Lottie N. Gammon, funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, Friends may call at the "mortuary Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Interment will be In Provo City Cemetery. S.i Truman was inaugurated in 1949 a cold but sunny day. Maria Soderman Holmes, funeral services will be held Saturday at. 1 p.m. at the Eureka Methodist Church. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary in Provo Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the chapel in Eureka prior, to services.' Interment will be in Provo City Cemetery. , TO VISIT U.A.R. CAIRO, U.A.R. (UPI). The Cairo newspaper Al Mdssa, said Tuesday that Soviet Premier Ni- Jata Khrushchev probablv will (Continued from Page One) visit the United Arab Republic in the spring." Vice President Abdel century. They did not explain how Hakim Amer invited Khrushchev she had stolen her confessed during his visit to Moscow last $2,126,859.10 or imost important month.. what she had done with it. Few residents of this fat and prosperous corn- country town were aware that Mrs. Geiger, one of the more respected persons in town, and daughter of its most respected family, was the woman behind Sheldon's newest and most ' surprising industry.. Roosevelt's emergence in the case. was the latest of a series of surprises which have amazed, stunned, and sometimes deeply saddened people of Shel Lady Embezzler - 0 . wL. C Iw. tmff i f. VM. PA OH. T.M. "You're right, Mom! This Isn't Just an ordinary date. Jimmy Is paying tonight!" - ; the-4,25- 1 ... don. V'5iVx I 'J 411 U I! ti ! I ' ;' ' ! ; SUPER ADDERS just because you can' be mere . - ' '!; LOW DIRECT SUBTRACTOR5 $(0) (0)9,0 mo tus TAX TAX Subtracter Iflvt nty $171.00 pf -- trt4 tax Alto...nctrIc a Subfractors and Electric Cradit Bafancv models or Full Keyboards 10-K- ty r brkk home in Georgetown was suph a target for television and :news cameras, hrongs of report-- r ersr ; and as . many sightseers as the police would tolerate, that "Kennedys decided to sJiift the rest . "of; his morning business schedule to the P Street home of his old friend, William Walton, a local artist.' The crowds, of course, followed him to the Walton house, but this gave the Kennedy' family, and particularly his wife, Jacqueline, a relative sense of peace and un-- -- until they take up residence Fri--' day at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Mi i occasion rstrWj'iiw AIL MAKES AND MODELS pick up your phone and enjoy a long distance can tonignt! FLOWERS DIAJL. FR 3-7- CJOUUTAtU GTATCG TELEPHONE Provo Fiord 201 17. rr fun - " " - to cm tu " "... . " - n.i-- J . f - ' I in Our Own Modern Repair Department, and carry a New Machine Guarantee. mm your directory for compfete instructions 1st S.. Provo ; All Used Machines Are Reconditioned (so much pleasure for so little cost) ' : " LLYS TYPEWRITER 332 V. CXP4TER , j ( on . ex-presid- ' e Legislators , , retary-deignat- e : av Former (UPI) inaugurated. , j Perl-man- : WASHINGTON President Harry S. Truman, .76, said today that John F. Kennedy's inauguration Is the "best thing that has happened to the country since 1949" when a president D. Eisenhower had ..pwighfc Linda Kennedy "bluebird weather" for his first 10, daughter of; a fashion model inaugural in 1953. The' day of has who sued a hairdresser claiming isecond inaugural began with rain, he colored her hair orange in- but shortly before he mounted the stead of auburn: platform at the Capitol, the sun broke doesn't through the clouds. it really "Gee, Mommy, look so bad in the dark." Oqden Livestock . Complications Capital For Inauguration LOS ANGELES "anti-Castr- lawmakers. The joint resolutions formally paid tribute to the late husband of Rep. Faye B. Fanmdng, den; mother: of. Rep. Jack and mother of Algie Baliff, IXProvo, ail of Rep. ' whom died recently. The family ica." of Marriner C. Ecdes also re-- , "The, Communists do! not be-ceived a message of sympathy lieve! in God," he said, "They Livestock : say, fas we" educate the; ignorant OGDEN (UPI) year. masses In Marxist theory,' they not Cattle 20; enough of any will lose their superstitious be- one class on sale to x test trend. lief in God.' Calves none. ,! FoUowing his talk, Phil Hogs 100; not enough on sale immediate past president early to test trend. of the Chamber of Commerce, (Continued from Pare One) Sheep 50; not enough, of any Mr. CvetJc with a silver oae class on sale to test trend. presented Gates, Secretary of tray !in appreciation. The colors Dean Rusk, Treasury Sec-- . .were! advanced by the Provo High C. Douglas Dillon School Drill Team. and Defense., Secretary-designatKooert McJNamara. Both Kennedy, and Eisenhower hoped their meetyig would again symbolize , the unity of the. nation from Pajpe One) despite the fact that the White (Continued Hovlv is being taken over by an- salaries and the possibility was other party. he1 i out that hikes might be pos- Kennedy was , calm ; as he sible if some surplusesj in- revp1unged into a schedule that would enues appear or" if new taxes are ' keep hinr on the run untH well levied. ' after midnight. He was the focus That decision came on the heels ..of attention-ia city where thou-- t of'aa announcement that a joint sands were pouring in for. the in- committee of the House and Senate will bo ' set up to consider auguration festivities. ' Moves , Headquarter! salary increases in all departancient ments of Utah state government. Kennedy's narrow - By DICE TURNEB CARNIVAL Presddent-elec- t Ave., died Tuesday; funeral Friday noon, South Highland Park Ward, Clyde Carl Gillespie, 75, 133 Hampton Ave., died Wednesday; funeral Saturday at 1 p. m., South Harvard LDS Ward. Charles ' Wolcott Meakin Sr., 82, former resident, died Tuesday In Los AnWilliam Dix Jr., '82, 574 N.1 700 geles. Mrs. Ellen S. Jensen, 56, W Provo, died early this morn- 3524 3rd E., died Wednesday. h ing in a Salt Lake City hospital Gary Forest Waddell, of complications following surgery old son of Richard and Bemadine Rowan Waddell, 375 Quince Ave., for injuries received in a fall. died Tuesday. He was born t Jan. 2, 1879 j in GRANTS VTLLE Mrs. Annie Swansea, Wales England, a; son Maude Severe Bell, 74, died of William and Elvira Jones Dix. t 1 funeral Saturdav He married Hazel Haight Dec. 4 1904. in Cedar City. The fam Hp. m., Grantsville First LDS Ward J ' Uy came from Wales to Utah chapel. HUNTINGTON Mrs. Delia in 1881 and settled in C' Adelia Wednesdied 50, Potter, edar City. He received 2:30 funeral at day; p.m., Saturday l i s education Huntington First LDS Ward there. He bad ' chapel. been a miner and ' HELPER John Joseph ColzanI, rancher for many died Tuesday; Requiem Mass 65, years and for the Saturday at 10:30 a. m., St. Anpast 27 years had thony C.atholio Church. ' lived in Provo, where he managed a hotel. He was a member of the LDS Church. 1. Surviving a r e Mr. Dix v six cm! wife: Lake City, of Salt Dix Leslie dren, Mrs. Chester (Mary) Wright, of Springville, Ross Dix of Hayward, LONDON (UPI)--QueElizaMrs. George (Devaun) Calif., beth today named Dr.' Arthur M. Sheppard of Tempe, Arte., Max Ramsey, Archbishop of York as and Ralph Dix of Billings, Mont., the new surArchbishop of CanterAlso Calif.. Dix of Anaheim, the Right Hon. 13 and bury, succeeding grandchildren viving "are Most and Rev. Dr. of Salt Dix Thomas Geoffrey, F. one brother, 73. :"; v Fisher,,. '. Lake City. ;t , Arehbishop Ramsey will take' Funeral services will be held over from Fisher May 31, the Saturday at 2 p. m., at the Berg date set the archby outgoing Friends Room Chapel. Drawing retirement for his which bishop Fri may call at Berg Mortuary was; announced Tuesday. day from 6 to 8 pm. and Satur-- J Queen Elizabeth, who accepted day prior to services. Interment Dr. Fisher's resignation "with rewill be in Provo City Cemetery. gret," has announced she will confer a life barony on the man who has been the spiritual leader of the Church of England' 27 million members for the past 16 years. full-scal- e. (Continued from Page One) on the eve of SAL TLAKE CrTY Mrs. Elsie G. JUg-gins- , 53, 420 E. Robert Prdvodri, 82, Dies of Fall en John F. Kennedy, back from a Florida! rest, . today found her Georgetown home a beehive ; of activityj.with fitters, moyers, and secretaries coming and going. The President-elect- 's wife plunged into the home work that k had to be done after her stay in Palm Beach. She said she would be spending most of the day going through the. family's, personal belongings to s0e what 6hould go to the White House. Movers also were on hand to pack, the linens, china and glassware she has gathered with a collector's" eye over her years of married life. Final Gown Fittings Slender Jacqueline Kennedy, known for her fashion sense, today will try, on for final fittings the while silk ottoman gown; which she will wear, tonight concert and' specto the tacular Inaugural gala. . The gown, designed by Oleg Cassini,! has a simple round neckline and bodice and a modified Ml skirt. Mrs. Kennedy still is not prepared to adopt her first lady role She feels she needs more rest and is passing up a recep- -' numberj of to in main take the dons only events. She has stayed out of crowds, and awy irom people in general since she gave birth by Caesarian section jto her son, John F. Jr., pre-dnaugur- .T Queen Names Archb ishop For Inaugural Walls-bur- g; ... , On Gown Mrs. Truman In Utah Obituaries - . , - He married 8; Asked 8J7 ' 338 .......... ......... I :41ft 28 ;.. -- .50 .10 .04 .19 .12 .06 09 ft , 94 ft 55 ft 42 ft ....... , .05 Utah Con 2000 at 3 70 Utah Wyoming- 100 at Water Wonderland 100 at 52 ft , at 55, 500 at 50. 30 at . 48 ' 53 ft Williston 4000 at 8 140ft Zum 6000 at 5ft 51ft v 58ft MUTUAL. FUNDS 7 .sears 04 ft SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE SALES Chief Con Pfd 1000 at 77ft, 1500 at 80 7000 at 4ft CreslEag Oil4000 at 3Va E SUndard East Utah 3000 at 19. 5000 at 18 2000 at 5 Empire Mines . Inv Res 50 at 1.90 Mtn Sts Dev. 1500 at 5 New Park 500 at 1.10 New Quincv 1000 at 6 Paramount Oil 500 at 23 ............. .............. ............ ........ ........ .......... toct RCA .27 ' .......... ....... ......... ...(...... Phill Pet .19ft -- ..... ..... South Std Swansea Con Tintic Std West Toledo Williston i . ......... Park City Con. . Prosper . . . West SUver King ! J.PermPenney ' RR . .85 .05 1.00 J24 ........ ....... ...... ......... ........ ......... r . ........ ......... .......... ..:.... .04 Croff . .04 Crown Point . .47 Dragon . . . . . . ...... .08 East Crown Pnt . . . . . ..03 ft East Std . . .. . . .18 East Utah .10 Eureka Bullion . . . . .05 Empire MinesCon .... .08 ft Eureka Lily .29 Eureka Std .05 Great Western . .45 , Kennebec 05 ft Majestic Oil 1,10 New Park . 180 North Lily .01ft North Std Ltd,........... .........' ........ ...... ......... ...... ........ ........ -- .09 .08 .80 .04 .90 .18 Silver Cons Eureka rift ' ....... Williom Dix Jr. Saturday Rites Slated for Infant i TYPEWRITER CO. SPECIALISTS Phone FR 4-07- 25 i . . '