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i 2 DAILY HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 Utah Utah County, Reader s Cdurf Reservoir Breaks ounfiful Homes I Damaged In Flood BOUNTIFUL Base(UPI) ments were flooded and debris was left scattered over a wide area here Sunday when a storage ' ' reservoir broke. About 12 homes were damaged by the water and rocks as they tumbled down the slopes of the foothills early in the morning. Yards and garages were damaged by the water About 1.5 million gallons was freed when a hole de . IW WILL BERNARD When Don's office was burglarized, one thing missing was the spare set of false teeth he kept in his desk. He duly listed the teeth in his claim for insurance. However, the insurance company singled out that item as not being covered by Dons policy. In a court test, the company explained: "His policy covers the loss of 'personal effects', wrhich means such things as jewelry and clothing. False teeth, simply don't fit in that caiegory." "Why not?' demanded Don. "They, too, are meant to be worn by the person. So they are personal effects." "But there's a big difference," said the insurance company. "Jewelry and clothing are mere bodily adornments, while false teeth are designed for use as part of the body itself." MAY DON COLLECT INSURANCE FOR THE FALSE TEETH? Wefejf bcth sides. Then, mark your veloped and the reservoir emptied in 15 minutes. The homes of Lo Nestman, Rich Miller and Richard Peabody, all located nearest the reservoir, were the most heavily damaged, but the water caused havoc for a half-mil- e. Damage to the reservoir was estimated at $10,000, but there was no estimate of damage to the homes., No one was injured. verdict: Ogden Woman Dies From Tfelu rsday Crash Injuries " - 89-9- 1 RICHFIELD (UPI) Twenty central and southern Utah Lions Clubs were represented Sunday at a meeting to discuss leadership in Utah Lions clubs. About 75 members of clubs in a district involving Sanpete, Sev- - ier, Wayne, Garfield, Kane, Washand Millard ington, Iron, Beaver counties attended. " Speakers, included Bern Miller, Panguitch, district deputy gover- 'isOvfi"".':-.!V-- , AIRLINER CRASH 71 ESCAPE IN a Resembling large whale, the American Airlines 707 jet plane that crash-lande- nor. in Winthrop Bay Sunday sits with a gaping hole in its nose. All 71 persons aboard were OGDEN (UPI) No major damage has been reported from two light frosts in the tomato growing area near Ogden Thursday and Saturday nights. J.W. Woolley, division manager for the California Packing Corp., said growers still are worried about possible damage from a further cold snap. The temperature was down to 31 Sunday morning By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Notes from the foreign news 2-- Strikes at Defense Jobs A (UPI) Worland girl has been assigned Into Argentina for a ternational Farm Youth exchange Wyo. six-mon- th WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. introJohn L. McClellan, duced legislation Saturday to prohibit strikes against contractors at key defense installations. The bill also would require arbitration of all such labor disputes. McClellan said he introduced it D-Ar- fellowship. The announcement was made by the University of Wyoming. LOGAN st 1 The consensus in Spanish monbecause voluntary no strike archist and official circles is that pledges by unions do not protect Don Juan Carlos' coming marthe nation's security. to Princess Sophia of riage In April and May, McClellan's Greece may boost his candidacy permanent investigations subcom- for the Spanish throne. The fact 4-- H Reader's Court that Juan Carlos will be married to the daughter of a respected reigning monarch like' King Paul resof Greece will carry weight when nuclear lateral disarmament olution as the final step in Hugh Generalissimo Franco decides to Gaitskell's quietly effective pro- name a successor. Observers say gram to clean up the Laborite Franco may give some hints rehouse. Laborites say the conserv- garding Spain's political future ative government is vulnerable during ceremonies to take place due to austerity measures at in Burgos, rl50 miles north of home, uneasiness over common Madrid, on Oct. 1, the 25th anniand the versary of his inauguration as market negotiations East-Werelai chief of state. of drift seeming tions. Latest published public INDONESIAN OIL opinion polls show the Laborites now slightly more" popular than Indonesian President Sukarno the Tories. has asked for a personal look at CHANCELLOR ADENAUER the negotiations " going on between development ministry officials The betting is 10 to 1 in Bonn and foreign oil companies Cal-teStanvac and Shell. Observers that Kcnrad Adenauer will be Gerfeel that perhaps Indoin West next of Jakarta the chancellor man government, but that he nesia may embark on new and will retire before the next elec- harsher policies against the oil tion in 1965 by which time he firms. Reliable reports, confirmwill be 90. Everyone in West Ger- ed by the Information Ministry, many assumes he will live until said last week that the oil decree still has not been released then. officially, despite reports to the SPANISH MONARCHY contrary. con- vention Oct. 6 almost undoubtedly will overturn last year's uni- At Bill Hits e 71 ties. The Laborite national "" Display Ends State Fair (UPI) The Utah State Road Commission met here today and planned a tour' through Logan Canyon where a dispute over widening parts of the road has been in progress. The commission was to look over the newly widened section of U.S. Highway 89 and the area next SHOWERS FORECAST to be widened Groups wanting to FOR NEXT TWO DAYS preserve the scenic beauty" and in the area-havopposed fishing By United Press International of some activities. the widening Below normal temperatures and scattered showers are forecast for Utah and the intermountain region for tne next two aays. Partly cloudy skies . have kept temperatures down to chilly 50's THE VERDICT and low 60's Sunday and Monday. Yes, because the false teeth Coalville registered an 18 during indeed be classified as could the cold weekend. The court mittee heard testimony that jurisdictional disputes among unions resulted in widespread work stoppages at key missile bases. On May 26, President Kennedy set up the Missile Sites Labor Commission to halt the work stoppages and extract pledges of cooperation from the unions. McClellan commended Kennedy and Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg for the commission's accom- 3 Temblors Rock Island Of Hawaii plishments Three (UPI) earthquakes, apparently HILO, Hawaii they surely were not while lying unions already have broken their in a desk drawer. word, he said. For example according to Mc(Copyright 1961, General Features Corp.) Clellan, the iron workers union staged a wildcat strike at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo., that cost INGO IS CONFIDENT day night but there were no -- . x, Aboard Rescued Airliner Skids Off Runway Into the Bay BOSTON The Civil Board opens an investigation today into what caused an American Airlines jetliner to skid off a runway into the waters of Winthrop Bay. Aeronautics (UPI) All 71 persons .aboard the HAVE ONE PLACE TO PAY 1 OPEN TIL 9 p. m. 6 DAYS A WEEK mmmms3 am j The plane was inbound from San Francisco and Chicago when it ..skidded more than 100 yards into the bay, ripping off two of its engines and the nose wheel as- sembly Pilot Ted Jonsoh, Menlo Park, Calif., told rescuers he was making a "normal approach... There was some fog ..I landed on the runway a little farther up than I would have liked to and we skidded off the end." Skid marks extending 100 yards were visible on tht runway. CAB investigator George Van Epps, New York,, was told by the airline's Dr. Athony Ripper that WASHINGTON The (UPI) Senate Saturday gave final con- the eight crew members were placed under sedation after the, gressional approval to a two-yea- r extension of the Mexican farm la- crash Stewardess Connie Forbes, 22, bor program. Newton, Mass., said "It appeared The measure, approved 41 to 30, if it was going to be at as first now goes to the White Jlouse for a routine The fog was landing. President Kennedy's signature. I thick. could hardly see the The legislation would extend un- very as the wheels strip til Dec. 31, 1963, the program per- landing We to roll, and continued mitting the importation of Mexi- touched, was th pilot braking the wheels'." can farm laborers. Miss Forbes said that "suddenIt would tighten up the prothere was a bump and we ly gram by stipulating that, the Mex- were in the air jagain, but a secicans could be used only for sea- ond was another bump there later sonal labor and only if American we were in a knew and splash...I workers were not available. water the somewhere." The Senate approved the bill The passengers escaped through after a two-da- y fight over efforts to restore a provision that would require the braceros be paid 90 HOOVER per cent of the average farm VACUUM CIEANERS wage in the state where they are employed. REBUILT and NEW This feature was in the origHOOVER SALES & SERVICE inal Senate bill but was knocked 854 E. 3rd S. FR conferees. out by Senate-Hous- e Senate Okehs Extension of Mexican Law SAVE COUPON N Only 1 Coupon Per Fair.ily. ADULTS ONLY CONFIDENTIAL is EASY TO REPAY! ma Saving You Money Is Our Business Gnv4ftttmror See Gene TayJ Keith Christensen fitA- m Vrt Mrt -- v g But one night in the Cleveland Armory a tiger, frightened by something, turned on him as he worked inside the cage. Gino, whose great grandfather, grandfather and father had been in the same dangerous profession, was clawed seriously. For the possible infection doctors used an antibiotic Gino had an allergy to it. He went blind, slowly Even though his sight returned in eight months, Gino Como had sold all except five lions and he had moved here, where the climate seemed to ease the effects of a tropical disase he had picked up. Gino's wife, "who also was a lion tamer in better days, now is a waitress earning money to feed their six daughters and the one lion which remains at the little Como kennel outside this northern Utah city. Gino runs the kennel and cares for Tina staying there ' all night when it is cold to' keep a coal fire going so the African cat won't die. The other four lions are with a show in Los Angeles where they are fed in return for being used in the act. Unable to get a. permanent job Gino hopes someday to make "a comeback' in ; the lion taming business wnen fee s well enougn. Brigham Young's St, George Home To Be Stored SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) li. yy y Q- - V GOOd FOr 1 sept m soon. . The Park and Recreation Commission said an architect is working oil restoration plans. George Cannon Youngs who supervised restoration of Beehive Houst here, will aid In the job at St. George. The home was donated to the state by the Brigham Young famil, y- The per capta consumption of 1960 was 150 gallons per ' day. wtter in ft FOR THE NICEST LIVING ROOM WALLS USE KEM-GL- : 0 VELVET doors and windows and were from the disabled aircraft within seven minutes. Most didn't even get their feet wet. Injured were Jonson, stewardess Shelia Honan,' 20, Lowell, Mass. ; Mrs. Lillian Rocheleau, 51, Charles Ivsac, AVestboro, Mass. 38, Kenosha, Wis.;. and Mrs. Boy-li- n Fong Lee, Cambridge, Mass. None of the injuries was reported to be sericus. re-mov- THE REAL ENAMEL WITHOUT GLOSS Sherwin-William- s 99 NO. 1st WEST PROVO, UTAH 7 1 5-p- KITCHEN SETS c. - i Delux Fabric Covering Never Mar Tops Spun Bronze Legs ONE DOLLAR DELIVERS NEVER AC 1 70 OUT-TRAD- ED UTAH HARDWARE I CbI 5-0- UNDERSOLD OR and TIOME FURNISHING 658 NORTH OREM STATE , talking on the phone? talking, add E26,V961 lb. Wieners j j Signed save - Date ... - J -a- n-extension -- phone. A second phone is pure pleasure... at surprisingly low cost Just call our business office or ask mmmmmmtmmkmm: MHUi j a telephone serviceman s AVi) !(jiy A restoration project onJBrig-haYoung's winter home at St. George will begin by the state $40,000 is this your living room when you're 1? at 1375 No. State St. EASY TO GET! , t For the privacy you want when you'ro or j The only question in his mind is when the day will come he" can go back inside the- cage and thrill th crowds with his beloved cats. 80 SUNDAYS 12 til 7 p. m. VALUABLE e Boeing Astrojet were rescued by a small boat flotilla Sunday after the plane careened into six feet of water while landing at Logan International Airport. Five persons,, including a stew ardess and the pilot, reported injuries One rescuer died of an apparent heart attack. He was John Luti, 58, Revere, Mass.,, who collapsed aboard one of 25 private boats which sped to the scene. ' QUICK CONVENIENT four-engin- 707 Have You Shopped Thrift City? Provo's Only ECONOMY Food Store Croup All Your Debts Together . 20-fo- ot 200-yar- . 93 re- ports of injuries. The temblors cracked a column at Hilo Intermediate a School, temporary shelter for evacuees the volcanic area from 744 man-day- s of labor. at Puna. It also knocked merchanGOTEBORG, Sweden (UPI) And a wage dispute at Ellsworth dise from store shelves. Ingemar Johansson, on his 29th Air Force Base in South Dakota The quakes came shortly after birthday Friday, expressed more delayed for a month the start of confidence jthan the rest of the construction on launching sites for a new volcano eruption was reboxing world that his bout with Titan intercontinental ballistic mis- ported In a dense area of the Puna Forest Reserve. Sonny Liston of Philadelphia will siles. be staged in the near future. Streams of lava were, reported Johansson said Friday, "I am spurting 200 feet and the outpouring 29 today but not too old, which Home Is Where You Find It was observed coming through d Out- a I think Liston might find out MILWAUKEE (UPI) long rift. A sometime in the future." Liston fielder Hank Aaron of the Milspokesman at the Volcano Obcurrently is under suspension by waukee Braves holds the record servatory said this latest outthe NBA and will not be able to for hitting home runs in each break was about four miles from fight until his difficulties with the National League Park for seven the Saturday eruption area near law are cleared up. the small community of Pahoa. straight seasons. . AC ) i But McClellan said voluntary sharp "personal effects." said that, although they were pledges are not enough at a time caused by renewed volcanic action part of the body when in use, of national peril. At least two rocked the Island of Hawaii Sun- March 3, 1879. Subscription terms by carrier In Utah County: $ 1.75 Per month C months in advance $10.50 $21.00 One year in advance in the mail anywhere By United States or its possessions: $1.75 per month;' $10.50 for six months in advance; $21.00 for a year in advance. Herald telephone numbers: For editorial, circulation, adand sports call vertising for society and FR news briefs, call FR, Orem office number. secure Laborites Hit Macmillian's Policies Fireworks matter at the post office in Provo, Utah, under the act if BRIGHAM CITY. Utah (UPI) Gino Como, 34, had 18 lions and four tigers, all trained, in 1958. His future as a lion tamer looked Tele-photo- Foreign News Commentary cables: Publisher by Herald Corporation, 190 West Fourth North Street, every afternoon, Monday through Friday. Sunday "erald published Sunday morning. Entered as second class rescued from the plane. It crashed while trying to land ), Logan Airport. (Herald-UP- I at adjacent Boston's d WORLAND, '( J Lion Tamer, Clawed By Tiger, Now Makes His Home in Utah ST. GEORGE (UPI) No more LABOR UPSURGE organized searching is planned for two Salt Lake City youths who are Britain's newly - strengthened presumed drowned in a flash flood Labor party is expected in the Sept. 17 in Zion Canyon Narrows. About 200 volunteers combed the next two weeks to launch a broad entire length of the Virgin River attack on the Macmillan govern-irent'- sdomestic and foreign poliwithout result Sunday looking for the bodies pf Frank Wilson Johnson and Alvin Duyon Nelson, both 17. Three others drowned when SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) The the flood descended suddenly on Utah State Fair 'closed its doors a party of hikers. after 10 days Sunday with a lower Sheriff Roy Renouf said he beattendance total than last year. lieves the bodies are buried under Preliminary estimates of the debris in the canyon. turnout during the weather-plague- d show set the figure at 255,000, well below the 302,000 last year. The fair, except for opening day, had fair, weather in 1960 but had eight days of rain this year. A fireworks display and a horse show ended the fair Sunday. Exhibitors started tearing down the booths and started loading ' their animals Sunday night. Two, calves were awarded to club members for their achievements in the show. Kelly Poll and Richard Bowman, both of Morgan received the animals. NO ) For t$e actual court decision, see verdict elsewhere on this page. - OGDEN (UPI An Ogden woman died Sunday three days after she was injured in a collision near Brigham City. Mrs. Katherine Dwyer Wedell, 69, received chest, injuries when a car driven by her daughter was involved in a wreck with another' Thursday. vehiclg on U.S. She was Utah's 158th traffic victim. YES ( - your choice cf color end style i) mountain states telephone .