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DAILY JHERALD 16 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1961 Utah County, Utah Ousted General May Testify State Prison Dairy Plant Under Fire ionized Labor Out io WASHINGTON (UPD Maj.. Gen. Edwin A. Walker, who was ousted from his Army command, may testify at the Senate inquiry into charges the Pentagon has views of muzzled officers. POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN military Chairman John C. Stennis, (UPD The milk processing indusof the special investigating try at Utah State Prison has come under "verbal attack," the State subcommittee, said he would not Board of Corrections reported rule out an appearance by Walker, who asked Thursday to be heard Thursday. senators. However, board members gave by the said that Defense SecreStennis no specific identification of the S. McNamara and Robert critics. They said the criticism tary Arthur Sylvester, assistant dewas "centered in Utah County.', fense secretary for public affairs, Board members said the apparalso probably would be' called as ent point of contention revolves witnesses. around the fact that the prison The subcommittee staff was disells all its milk to the Utah State rected to start making immediate Hcspital and ' also sells any surfor the hearings, explus milk to the Federated Milk preparations to begin late this year. Producers Association, in" addition pected into supplying all prison require- Stennis said he thought the would end next anti-Commun- ist SALT LAKE CITY (UPD Utah Bennett in the 1962 , congressional s., Republican tea ders were told elections. The claim was made by Don Thursday night organized labor will make a major effort to defeat Martinson, state chairman of the Republican Senator Wallace F. Utah Young Republicans. "Various national pressure groups have singled out the Utah senatorial! race next year as a primary target," Martinson said. He said leaders of the AFL- CIO's Committee on Political Ed ucation have announced they plan a major effort next year to defeat bid. Bennett in his third-terMartinson said he foresaw "thou sands upon thousands of dollars" from being poured ' Olin into Utah to "defeat Bennett." X PORTLAND, Ore. (UPD II. Ririe, Salt Lake City, was elected president of the Northwest Electric ight and Power AssociaToday's Chuckle tion here Thursday. Ririe, assistant to the president of the Utah Power & Light Co., was picked at the 54th annual meeting of the association. He will succeed Frank M. Warren of Portland, president of Portland General Electric. Also elected were R.F. Plymire of Belle.vue, Wash.; Claude R. Kiugsbury of Seattle, and Jack E. Corette of Butte, Mont., vice presBy United Press International r ents, and W.A. Drushal of Salt DRAWS RAVES Lake City, treasurer. SHEFFIELD, England (UPD The applause for the" expensive WASHINGTON (UPD The Senemerald green cocktail dress at ate late Thursday, approved and model a showing here was deaf sent to the White House legislation was later discovered the It ening. providing subsidy payments of up dress had been put on backwards. to $4.5 million in the year beginning Jan. 1 for small producers HAS THE ANSWER of lead and zinc. EAST CHICAGO, Ind." (UPD Chairman Clinton P. Anderson, Criminal Court Judge John H. of the Senate Interior McKenna believes he has found Committee called the. subsidy a an answer to Indiana Blue Laws "slight solution" to the ills of the violators who "harass the court" depressed lead and zinc industry. by demanding jury trials. A. The legislation permits subsidy "We'll just docket these jury payments of 75 per cent of the cases for the week before Christdifference between 14 cents and mas. I don't think they'll like that the market price of lead. Zinc so much," McKenna said. producers wouldreceive 55 per cent of the difference between the mar COFFEE BREAK DES MOINES, Iowa (UPD ket price arid 14Vz cents. to When the Governor's; Commission President Eisenhower refused sign,! thus killing by pocket veto, on Alcoholism halted its delibersomewhat similar legislation last ations for a coffee break! ThursSeptember. The Kennedy Adminis day, the accompanying napkins tration has indicated willingness raised some eyebrows. The napkins were illustrated to ."accept a limited, temporary measure to help small . domestic with cocktail glasses, complete with cherries, and surrounded by producers. bubbles and pink elephants. Utah n Heads Electric Light . m Association " out-of-sta- te Dress Worn Backward; Who Gares? : ; v of ship and writings; speeches (r t r o o p indoctrination; and the teaching of civilians by the mili. tary. to conduct a very idea is "My serious and what I call a inquiry and study to be conducted in an atmosphere of palm." he said. Stennis said he hoped to avoid any "contest of person alities" between Sen. Strom Thurmond, who demanded the investigation, and McNamara, or between Walker and McNamara. o) 1 semi-judici- al " . n La D-S.- - " .. J ments. Last week the board of corrections was criticized in a report at a meeting of the Utah State Council on Criminal Justice administration because of "lack of prison industries." " BABY GIRL NAMED MERRY CHRISTMAS 'NORTH POLE, Alaska (UPD Con Miller, who - lives at North Pole, and owns a store called Santa Claus House, decided with his "wife Thursday to call their newborn daughter Merry Ghrist-mas. Merry was Christmas born . Tuesday. Brewery to Build Plant in Houston year. early quiry Walker was removed from command of the 24th Division in Germany and admonished on the ground that he tried to influence servicemen's votes in the I960 elections, he has been 'I granted leave to return to, this country. Stennis said his armed services subcommittee would have to determine how the Walker case fits into its general investigation before deciding whether to allow him to testify. "I don't want to prejudge the Walker case," he said. "It could be a major part of the hearings, don't rule it out." Stennis said the inquiry would cover three major phases I Censor 1 - (0) STEAKSN ; m d d 4 k t LIVErTx ROASTX S.RLO.N & R.BS BEEIp0T ROAST Square Dance V X YOUNG BEEF I Classes begin 8 b. m., Tues. or. Thurs., this week GRA HALL Randy Stevens, instructor PF NNFY mm J V- The HOUSTON, Tex. (UPD Lucky Lager Brewing Co., which has a plant in Salt Lake City, an nounced Thursday it is consider ing building a $15 million plant in Houston, Tex. The firm, makers of one of the leading beers on the West Coast, has begun marketing studies on the feasibility of a Houston plant. Lucky also has plants inSan Francisco and Azusa, Calif., and Vancouver, Wash. r v. UTAH RED r - n D-N.- , r Heart Attack Hits Senator lican, was under treatment by Dr. J. Dunbar Shields, who described the senator's condition as serious, but not critical. Dr. Shields said it would be "several days" before a definite prognosis could be made. No visitors were permitted except Bridges' Immediate family. The senator, now serving his fifth successive term, is chairman of the Republican Policy Com mittee. ;" 1 fx ' Y COLORED & CUBED mm Mjyivi 1 A (UPD h, mrrn A GALLON rr tn APPLY I j7 i'KLGEOTP1 ye T CLAYSOfl-RICHlN- n S nf' 11 SO. UNIV. AVE. 7 J CZJ mzem CARNATION CHUNK STYLE WASATCH 50 Lbs. .w Y 7- I Ail nf ui - .... 7 rl3tT Ui;,.;. GALLON - - -'- be-'g- in with our own Gaymodes at reduced price represent unprecedented Penney value! Only an event as big as our Fall Fashion Festival prompt-e- d our pruning our price even closer than usual. So, scoop three, six or a dozen pairs of your fayorite full fashioned and seamless in regular and stretch-abl- e styles.-Gethe sheerness, the wear you want for partying, for business, for your casual .life. Costume - cued colors. Proportioned sizes 8 to 11. Hurry ! These will' go fast at this price! GRAHAM PEANUT CRACKERS D LITTER 2 lbs.. 3 Lbs. " :" V PIHEAPPIeX & GRAPEFRUIT DRINK-46-- Oz. w Km Gay-mod- es mtw - I" t mmmmmm J 0 I... Lump all old bills together and shoot 'em to us. We pay them off with a quick and convenient cash loan. Just pick up your phone, then pick up your loan.- S25 to S2000 COHPOHATION FR Marvin L White, Mgr., 184 West ls North, Provo-P- h: tloyd Orvin, Mgr., !5 EditMain St., American Fork Ph: SK HU Gene Field, Mgr, 134 South Main St., Springvi!!e-P- h: by City Finance Company 44 39 V - Everybody shooting holes in your paycheck? Loans below $6C0 mad - x y ! CITY FIMAMCE ! 3 raj V4 bargains to Hard-to-be- at PET & GARDEN SHOP 275 v, : fW ' FLOUR PERMANENT -- lilt f TUNA YOU (ORTHO) - m V GOLD -- ;- i X A MILK DAIRY Rep. Da announced Hercules Powder Co will occupy a portion of the Clear field Naval Supply Depot to pro duce spun fiber - glass missile cases. The Utah Democrat said the new plant will begin operations next month. King said the new plant will aid Utah's economy by providing "50 or 60 jobs for skilled technicians. Initially, the plant will produce the cases which house the second stage engines for the Navy's sub Polaris missile d uuu vucq T Thursday marine-launche- ; save 6Qq OccupyParf of Naval Depot D-Uta- LEMONS j r Hercules To WASHINGTON A r ONIONS n n was 0.7 per cent less than during the same- - month a year ago, the Association reported Thursday. NOW! vid S. King, '" m ejr LARGE & JUICY NEWSPRINT USE DIPS NEW YORK (UPD U.S. consumption, of newsprint in August A "li i TOMATOES ; TEN MINUTES LATE ConROCKFORD, El. (UPD gressman John B. Anderson of Illinois got a surprise Thursday nght when he arrived to deliver s scheduled speech before the John Ericsson Republican Club no audience. Sen. CONCORD, N.H. (UPD The 250 guests left 10 minutes Styles Bridges, 63, hospitalized before his arrival when they after suffering a heart seizure learned no private planes were Tuesday, was reported' in satis scheduled to land at the Rockford factory condition today. Airport. Anderson had forgotten Bridges, ranking Senate Repub to file a flight plan. in mi mmmm 7 . CHOOSE FROM FULL FASHIONED SHEERS, SEAMLESS SHEERS, FULL FASHIONED STRETCHABLES, SEAMLESS STRETCHABLES, SERVICE WEIGHTS, SEAMLESS MESH, SEAMLESS DEMI TOE OR KNEE HIGHS. BUY TODAY ON LAY-- A WAY! CLOSED 7p SUNDAYSyyp PRICES rV7 ) A ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED 3 CLOSED ( SUNDAYS ELSEWHERE 9fh WEST and CENTER STREET " This merchandise is advertised and priced approximately at or below our wholesale cost to which we add only 10 at time of sale.