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Will. Buy New Engine. Sell Old One ' '".' . t , ' ' - ' SE5d0' .... s 1961 ' DAILY HERALD UiS. Reclamation H ead kmJFork. Moves fo Maintain 1 Fire D epaffmen p-fo-B- The purchase price, is expected to be aproxifnately ,$20,000. City Manager Ray C. Nelson reported to the council that the cost of cast stone drinking fountains for the city would be $43 per unit "with She city doing the installing. It was decided to purchase three units to add to the present drinking fountains in the city. . Approval was given to two agreements during the evening. The county" fire department agreement provides for payment tc American Fork City for the use of city equipment and personnel in thfe fighting of county fires. The one year agreement is on a sliding scale with the payments based on type of equipment avail- - AMERICAN FORK Negotiations are underway for the purchase 4 of a new fire engine by American Fork City. The decision to go ahead with the plan was' reached, in Monday's council session. Mayor Glen Tl .Anderson stated that fire insurance rates in American Fork are the lowest polSble for any city with a volunteer-fire department in the - ;., The .low ' rate has been maintained by keeping modern equipment and an adequate d fire department. The older fire' engine (1930. vintage) will be traded in on a new unit. This purchase will give the city two modern units. r up-to-d- ate . weE-traine- fire-fighti- By CARMA ANDERSON GREM The Orem City Coun- giving one year's notice. Mrs. Willis Fredericks requesta street ed that the city all light which was reriioved from the street by her home in the southwest part of town. Mayor Anderson stated that the placement of new lights in the expanded lighting program in the city is not complete and that the request will be considered in light of the .overall benefits to the city. Other items were: 1. A report by Mayor Anderson tha the sewer hook up with the Utah State .Training School is still spending. 2 The city Lions Club is ging ahead on the fencing prpject at the Lions Park. 3. The council approved election judges for the November 1961 election. 4. Councilman Joseph B. Hanson reported on county meetings he recently attended. He stated that Ameriported that even though the mu canFork is one of the 15 cities of sical production during the 246 in Utah with a fullly apthe celebration appeared to be water treatment system. proved very successful, the production wasn't as financially remunerative as it appeared. Mr. Nelson commended the citizens of the community for their enthifsiam. In "It was an expensive but successful musical,' Mr. Nelson said. John Huish, representative ef the Orem Chamber of Commerce, presented a proposal for the iniMrs. Reed SANTAQUIN tial purchase of Christmas decbeen Jensen has presi-ideelected orations for the main thorough84 of Post Legion Auxfare in Orem. Mr. Huish suggestat a meeting held in the iliary ed that the city and chamber of Legion Hall. commerce cooperatively purcdecorations six this .Elected to, serve with Mrs. electric hase and extend the each Jensen, were: Mrs. Francis year year interuntil each Shepherd, first vice president; lighting major Mrs. Mark Johnson, second section is decorated. vice president; Mrs. Don Kay, "We should begin to improve our festive appearance and add secretary; Mrs. Ross Taylor, to our fine lighted exhibit at the sergeant at arms; Mrs. Alden and Mrs. Neff, historian, city park which would improve Owen "Kay, chaplain.' the attractiveness of the city during the holidays," Mr. Huish said. City Manager O. V. Farnsworth reported that the first section of the white-wa- y lighting system from 400 North to 400 South is proceeding and the city anticipates completion of" this section by early November. In other action the council discussed cost of a water line on 800 The Orem 10th Ward OREM Northsigned atcounty fire agreement, heard a 'discussion on the will hold a bazaar and buffalo advertising and sale of cigarets, dinner Friday night at the Verdiscussed- special improvement mont Ward recreation hall bedistrict J which includes all curb, ginning at 5:30 p.m. Dinner wilt gutter- and sidewalk improve- be served from 6:30 until' 7:30 ments for 1962 and approved the and will be $1, for adults and 5,0 registration agents and judges for cents for children. Everyone should bring their own dishes. the 20 Voting districts, in the city. The bazaar will include a baked sale, fishpond, white elephants, games of .interest to teenagers, stuffed .animals, novelties, Clothes, quilts and handicrafts. The ward members are urged to shop early for Christmas, cen-teni- al cil Monday night at .a; regular council session agreed to conduct a public hearing at the next council meeting for the purpose of hearing the Views of residents of ."the city in regard to the proposed " animal control ordinance. The ordinance which was first readto the council at the last councflTrsession would give increased authority to the animal control officer. If the ordinance were passed as' written, all dogs ' . in, the city would be required to have vaccinations for rabies. Dale Nelson, chairman of the Orem Boosters Inc., sponsors of the annual city celebration, re- ' . Grove i Party Sets Nominations Candi-- ; GROVE, r the Citizens' Party! dates ticket for the commg city elec4 tion will be determined at a Wednesday at 8 p.m. inj 'meeting ' the Pleasant Grove Junior lligh Auditorium; according to Harold Jacklin, chairman of the Republican Precinct of Pleasant Grove. The major .action will be to -select, candidates for mayor and two eity councilmen. All citizens of- the ctiy are in' vited to attend. PLEASANT t - Legion Auxiliary Santaquin Elects Officers nt Bazaar, Buffalo Dinner Set by Orem 10th Ward - r - ongressman Tells Of U. S. Progress in Rocket Thrust By JOAN GEYER push is up to the Colovin Com 200 Consider a rocket towering mittee, now evaluating various feet above Salt Lake Temple's systems which offer promise. Angel with Moroni This committee which includes, 20,000,000 pounds thrust in its fiery bowels in addition to National Aerospace rocket whose Administration's Colovin, top men ,a space-bounroar would reauire clear- - from the Department of Defense; farpwell d ' ance of the population in a 10-mi- le is pondering such techniques as . chil-dre- ns Geneva Engineer Wins $100 Award In Competition ; radius. docking and orbital rendezvous. A CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPD A flare is fired to a docking be . would clearance That much Provo man employed by U.S. south to Sandy." north 20 blocks point, then double rockets are Steel is one of 105 designers and beyond Bountiful, east to Brighton shot to within a mile or so of the engineers presented awards in the area, and, west ..to "the salt works. same target. 1961 James F. Lincoln Arc Welding The clusters of rbeket engines Foundation near, Garfield. competition. A dream? Not, at are rounded up much as a cowGlen E. Enke, a ' ' . . , Buck-Roge- rs f all. . Congressman boy catches up his remuda of saddle mounts for the days work. "Using clusters we may be able .to get by with smaller rockets, "said Congressman King." The Saturn, for example, will be a cluster of four F-- l en- . ( David King (D-- ( of the House member Utah), Committee on Science and Astronautics, in Pro vb: Monday for an Area Jedevelopment Conference, reports United States is now working toward development of gines." Will they be, solid or liquid fueled? moon carry three men to the but Utah with Nobody knows and back. Within two weeks, United its Sperry, Thiokol and Hercules States will fire first stage of the (at Bacchus) plants has a big if solids Saturn, which reaches for space stake in the project are used. thrust. with 1.500.000-poun- d The round trip to the moon Its second and third stages in the late, October tests will :;be Nova would stand 400 feet tall s ' water-fille- d as high as Washington dummies. monument. hdis Our Atlas only present i It is almost twice as high as 380,000 pounds of push and the ' Titon II up to Salt Lake Temple. Its blast will be so colossal it 400,000 as compared to Russia's would fracture eardrums within a ,pounds-of-thrurockets. 800,000 first-stagmillion-plus radius. It will be fired Saturn probably from Cape Canaveral. push is a major , . - four-fifth- st 10-mi- e break-throug- ed to be ' operational until .about - is fueled with a mixture of kerosene and liquid oxygen. Next year's Centaur, second stage of. the Atlas, gets away from kerosene fuels, its specific thrust ratio)' is twice as high. That is it has twice as much push for its weight, "Wf may get a man into orbit if we can' up this year or next thrust to the Russian class," he said, underlining importance of tlic 51.5 million Saturn test this . month. ' Ultimately, said Utah's Space committeeman, we are working the giant Nova round toward moon. to the tr'n How will it be powered? What will it. look like? The best way to get the big- 1t : (power-to-weig- ' ht , i . . le h, Saturn, still in research . and development. stage, is not expect1364. simply are unaware that large Duchesne River Basin. areas in' the west actually reAlong with urgent need for ceive less moisture than this in an more water is need to conserve entire year," he said. tillable said Mr. Dominy, He pointed out that in its first one - timeland,Wyoming vocational session this year, Congress1 apagriculture teacher and county propriated no new funds for rec- agent. lamation. Present agricultural surpluses The Bureau is starting its are inadequate reserve for propresent fiscal' year on funds needs of the American earlier of $270 mil- jected population increasing at the lion; including cash arid carry-ove- r rate of 45 per cent per double-decade of $91 million for the Within the next 20 years, Colorado River Storage project. is 'expected to increase population Initial Costs " Orem Council Prepares For Public Hearinq On Animal Control Law PL i ted Provo, design engineer for the Columbia-Genev- a division of U.S. Steel, won $100 for a paper presented on ingot mold car body. Awards totaling $25,000 for papers on progress in arc welded design of machines and structures were made by the foundation. e. to 261 million and by 2000 to 383 The initial phase of Central million. Utah Project alone will cost $250 Acreage Available million. Acreage available for crop pro SENTENCE Lee Arthur Hester, 14, beink shown escorted from criminal court room right, after a Chicago jury found him guilty of murdering former teacher, jlrs. Josephine Keane. He was sentenced to 55 years imprisonment. Fingers of one hand are crossed (arrcjw) apparently in a superstitious gesGETS ture. 55-YEA- R Herald-UP- I; Telephoto) Planes, Jeep Posse, Horsemen Continue Missing Aircraft Hunt Ten aircraft, a horse posse and mobile units continued search today, based out of Prbvo Airport, for a missing aircraft, which disappeared enroute to Provo Saturday from Needles Calif. Utah Civil Air Patrol mission commander Maj. Dean Despain, Salt Lake City, was dispatching aircraft and ground units out of ' Provo airport. Utah County Sheriff Ralph Chappie had dispatched a horse posse, including Salem Riding Club members, under Deputy Clark Nelson, to search Diamond Fork area. Salt Lake Sheriff's Jeep Patrol under Capt. Buck Brady was conducting land search. Wasatch County Defput'y Sheriff Floyd Witt Monday reported a plane was heard south of Walls-bur- g high on the divide which looks down into Hobble creek South Fork and Rock Conyons. Piolt of the missing plane, Joel Honey, 52, Needles, ;is father of Brigham Young University student Bruce Honey and was en- route to Provo to visit his son. -- . There is no such thing as a permanent business and, in the long run, no business can be any better than the sum total . of its managers. This was stressed Monday before some 300 steel and "industrial engineers at Orem by George A. Jedenoff, general superintendent of U. S. Steel's Geneva Works. He spoke5 at a combined dinner session of the Utah district section, Association of Iron and Steel engineers, and Great Salt Lake Chapter, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Calling for higher) professional standards by American businessman, Mar. Jedenoff said, "The manager, if he is to continue as a manager, must provide goods and services at prices the public will pay; at a cost that will leave an adequate; margin of and do so in harmony profit with accepted customs and non-prof- it turbulence. An unidentified aircraft was reported by Salt Lake radar at 1:53 p.m. Saturday in holding position over American Fork Canyon mouth; then disappeared. Several persons have reported a plane flying low over Timp-onek- e Guard Station, Aspen area, and south of Wallsburg. A plane was also heard in Cedar Valley, Saturday afternoon. This is on an air route. Merrill Christo person, Provo Flying Service, said he and two pilots, Bruce Reed and Joe Moyle have been flying search today, and Mike Jense, Central Utah Aviation was scheduled to fly also. CAP and searching private planes are along Wasatch the Front from the Divide overlook- ing Brighton south to Diamond : ' system. "We must," he pointed out, "convince others that a free competitive economy is the most produc tive system in existance and it is the only system in existance committed to the individual. "The survival of freedom, not only in America, but of freedom everywhere, depends to a great extent on management's ability to understand, accept and dis charge the many responsibilities imposed by the nature of our so - jj $1,000! y ' A3?. V-, V m i maker am Among the skills and training INVEST O"' FAMOUS ciety." WILL V Vv- l . HALFWIT - mm Mr. Jedenoff stressed management's broader responsibility "To demonstrate to the world the superiority of pur free enterprise Sf Oi S .xta.xif iXY t Fork. -- Orem JCs, Wives Schedule Meeting The Salt Lake County Youth Advisory Council plans to go to the site near" Manilajjo 16ok over the ." with the state but then loaned ground. Capt. P.E. Brinkerhoff, com$30,000 this year. The money came from B .and mander of the city police youth C road funds which arc distribut- bureau, said when land is found ed to the counties by the state the group wants to sjart raising money for the project from car registration income. The attorney general said the For safety's sake, never try b Highway, Department has the authority to insist the money go for freeze a stuffed turkey. The stuffroads and not for otheB uses when ing may spoil before the turkey is it is turned ovei to a county. thoroughly frozen. The Cessna 172 was scheduled to land at Delta to refuel, but informed Delta radio he was on top of clouds and going on to Provo. He later reported extreme Engineers Told Necessary Qualifies of Management Wind Wrecks Utah County Packing Plant Garage The high wind which swept through Utah Valley Sunday night must have been the little sister to Carla, the hurricane which caused such heavy destruction in Texas a few weeks ago. At least that's .what some folks thought as they continued today to' clean up the debris and damage from Sunday night's "big blow." V The Utah County Packing Company in Tronton was one of the hardest-hi- t institutions with damage estimated at $3500. Here's what happened: The wind picked up the roof . Juab County illegally made $53,000 in transfers from its road fund to its general fund ia the past two years even though" they were considered "loans", the attorney general said Monday. The Highway Department had asked for an opinion after Juab County diverted $23,000 in I960 and then repaid it after talking May Be.Purchased In Daggett County chased for a boys' camp. Loa ns serme d illegal SALT LAKE CITY (UPD Boys Camp Site SALT LAKE CITY '(UPD A of citizens will visit group private Daggett County to look over 1,900 acres of land which might be pur- Juab Budget Transfer required for effective manage ment, Mr, Jedenoff emphasized the need for bringing out the total potential of the people who make up a business. In the face of current stiffening competition, increasing costs and decreasing profit margins, busi BORN ethics." nessmen realized that "America's AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL, In detailing the ways in which greatest untapped resource is the Today: management can rjse in rank sum total of the capabilities of Boy to Warren and Joyce Wil- among the nation's! professions, all the people in our organiza liamson Clark of Orem. tion.'f he said. Girl to Jack and Mar Lee Hobbs Gordon of Pleasant (Srove. Girl to Sterling and Lorna Peterson McKell of Prcvo. Monday: Boy to Lynn and Annette Kelly these ads may be. But SHIPP'S runs Dredge of Prtivo. OREM All Orem! Jaycees and them to catch your eye, ind be sure their wives are urged to be in attendance at a special meeting Jhat yoy Cafe Riverside at the Thursday and Lounge at 8 p.m. Randy Theobald of the small business administration will speak on 'Taking Active participation This understand why so many people say in Community Affairs." that buying at SHIPP'S JEWELRY of a 100 by 80 foot garage building, meeting is of the utmost importclub of the to ance to estimated every member CO, 140 W. Center, is as safe to weigh five tons, and dropped; it inside on two trucks. and to the community, Bill Potter, Meantime, two walls of the build- president of the Jaycees, said. ing were shattered as was part of a carport wall. Debris from the BREAKS WORLD RECORD v r carport smashed into a big rein MOSCOW (UPD Irina Press your money Savings Bonds. You'll frigerated truck. One of the two trucks trapped in of Russia, the only woman to tobe treated with courtesy, and attenthe garage has been extricated tal more than 5,000 points in the tion to your desires whether you're but a crane will have to be sum- pentathlon, broke her own world moned to remove the' wall from record for the event Monday with just looking or going to spend the other one, said Jack Roberts, a . total of 5,137 points af a contractor, who is beginning the U.S.S.R. track and field meet. The Soviet sportswoman's previtask of repairing the damage. ous Vernon Cheever is manager of high was 5,020 points, accordthe packing plant. ing to the Tass news agency. Statistics duction by 1975 Russia has never quite solved its' food problems. This may be, one deterrent to war, he said. The commissioner earlier Monday addressed a luncheon meeting of an area redevelopment seminar held at Riverside Country Club. An accounLof his speech there was carried in Monday's Herald. five-stat- . ng elk Provo si When completed it will provide duction has remained at a connew water supply for 132,000 acres stant 400 million acres' since 1920, congressmen.from the humid east of irrigable land in Bonneville Ba- or 3.8 acres per capita, but by and south on need for trillion' dol- sin supplemental sup- 1989, we will be reduced; to 1.5 lar reclamation, which they are plies(including for 85,000 acres now irriga- Jirrrs fif rfhnlanrl nrT norenni nJ inclined to deem, boondoggling. of by 2000 to one acre per person, he ted), up to 100,000 acre-fee- t in"People who live in. areas that water for new municipal and predicted. may receive six to 10 inches , of dustrial uses; and additional irUtah is expected to have 24 per rain in a single hurricane squall rigation water for 50,000 acres in per cent deficit in agriculture pro- able, amount of equipment used and personnel involved. The estimated payment to American Fork for 1960-6- 2 is $7,236. The, council also approved the agreement between the Mountain States Telephone Company and the city to continue services within the city as they have in the past. This agreement is in lieu of a franchise and can be r terminated by either party by re-inst- I (Continued from Page One) aie By KARMA CRIDDLE state. Upp er Basin Plans Out I i ties y Si i ::(.& , . i j Regularly much higher priced Necklaces 3 Regularly much higher priced '9a3Q0W (?)(0)S ;(o)(o) Earrings To jT" Plus Fed. Tax to 5 Strands match QqpF EVERY SIZE BEAD . . NECKLACE STYLE, EVEN 5 STRAND BIBS, EARRINGS ARE IN THIS CATCH! FROM THE COUNTRY'S LARGEST MAKER.' COMES this fabulous assortment of truly bet- ter jewelry. Values you'll find hard to believe. Necklaces from 3 to 5 strands, sparkling bib effects, smart chokers, longer matinee lengths, graduated strands, twists using oya!, rdund baroque and tiny seed (Deeds and accents of crystal. 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