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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - July 15, 1960, Ogden, Utah TEMPERATURES Boise ........98 65 Butte ........87 46 Chicago ......65 56 Denver ......88 60 Las Vegas ...109 77 losan .......-98 51 Los Angeles ..85 63 Max Min Max MIn 65 Phoenix ......107 78 Pocatello ......95 54 PJOVD ........97 53 Salt Lake City. 100 65 San Francisco. .59 52 St. George .105 70 Spokane ......90 59 W. Yellowstone 86 44 THI WEATHER OGDEN: Continued not today, Saturday. High 100, low 48. UTAH: Fair, hot, today, Satwv day. High 105, low 56. Associated Press United Press International AP Wirephoto OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 'i960 EXport 4-7711 80th Year No. 176 5 CENTS Tonight Congo Action Enough, Says Not Khrush NO OTHER COURSE U.S. Fed Up With Khrushchev; Hard Words Supplant Soft Line 'BEARER Sen. John F. Kennedy of neevfor his acceptance speech tonight at -convention. .Withihim on the platform will be running ma t e Lyndon B. Johnson, Senate majoritylleader from Texas. (Color wirephoto by AP photpg- Eapher Murray L. Rested Nominee Works To Heal Party's Wounds LOS-ANGELES (UPD Sen. John F. Kennedy today was draft- ing a presidential nomination ac- ceptance speech he hoped would NAMES IN NEWS SI i 91 .L to Hctil New Queen Of Universe HOMECOMING: Lovely Linda Bement, Miss Universe of 1960, returned to her Salt Lake. City home today with a royal wel- come in store. Miss Bement, accompanied by her parents, will fly from New York 'to Denver by United Air Lines .today. They'll be met at the Colorado capital by Marlon W. Bement, Utah aeronautics di- who will fly them to Salt City in a private plane. The plane is scheduled to land at the Salt Lake Municipal Air- port at p. m. A host of dignitaries, including Gov. George D. Clyde, Salt Lake Mayor J. Bracken Lee and F. Gerald Irvine, president of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Com- merce will be on hand to greet Linda. Plans also call for a parade from the airport down Main Street. BREAK-UP: Actress Ruth Ro- man yesterday filed a suit seek- ing to annul her four-year mar- riaje to booking agency executive Budd B. Moss. COTilMUNION: Actress Helen Hayes has returned to the Roman Catholic faith. .Miss Hayes, in an interview published in the Sign, a Catholic magazine, told how she had given up Catholicism when she married divorced-playwright Charles Mac- Arthur !jjn 1928. MacArthur died -in 1956, seven years-.after their 19-year-old daughter, Mary, died of polio. INDEX (TWO SECTIONS, 22 PAGES) Cemies 4B Editorial 4A Obituaries.................. 10B Theater TV-Radio Log SB Woman's 4A clinch southern; support and also mollify ruffled feelings of some northern liberals. His speech tonight in the'Los An- geles Coliseum will be a final' con- vention effort to .heaT'the' Demo- cratic perennial North- South rift, which was reopened by northern resentment at his choice of Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas as his vice presidential running mate. After his first relaxed evening in many days, the 43-year-old presi- dential nominee was working today like a candidate who still had the nomination to win. Sandwiched into his speech-writ- ing schedule were meetings, hand- shakings, and semipublic appear- ances of one kind or another. DINES PRIVATELY While his selection of Johnson to run for vice president was being ratified last night by a dutiful con- the protests of some of the dined i pri- vately and quietly with members of his family and a few close friends. were Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph P. Kennedy; his sister Pat and her husband, movie actor Peter Law< ford; "his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy; and three family' friends, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fay of San. Francisco and K. L. Billings of New York. He ;booked a late morning meek ing today with the Kentucky dele- gation; a session with Pennsylvania Gov. David L. Lawrence, and a meeting with Alaska Gov.. William Egan before. attending a buffet luncheon for the Florida delegation. Kennedy also; scheduled visits with Rep. William L. Dawson (111.) and a group of Illinois delegates, plus a meeting with the West Vir- ginia delegation. He will leave Sunday morning by commercial jet airliner for Boston to begin a two-week rest :-at the family home at Hyannisport, Mass., on Cape Cod. Kennedy's expectant wife, Jackie, remained there dur Ull JJ.111.} ULIaU LLU3 iCACiU. JLlcLU. CigiCtJli tO M.J. MW j, taking number ,two spdf on the accept the No. 2 spoton the ticket. tor call to vice Still Won't Jake No. 2 GOP Spot, Rockefeller Says NEW YORK Nelson A. Rockefeller sent out word again today that "under no conditions" would he accept a Republican nom- ination for vice president. He made the statement through an aide, in response to a newsman's question about whether he might now be amenable to second place on the ticket, in .light of the nomin-. ation by the Democrats of Sen. John F.. Kennedy of Massachusetts for president and Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas for vice presi- dent. Rockefeller, at work in his Man- hattan office, declined to comment also on reports that a draft move for him has rallied support from 194 convention delegates outside New York. Rockefeller, after withdrawing from an active race with Vice President Richard M. Nixon for the presidential bid, left himself open to a draft, but said he wouldn't' most of the Latin-American ike to Seek 500 Million For Latins? WASHINGTON The ad- ministration was reported today to be planning to ask the August ses- sion of Congress to authorize a special Latin-American loan fund which could range up to 500 million dollars. The proposed fund would launch President Eisenhower's announced new aid program for Latin Ameri- co. It would open up an entirely new field of loans for housing and land resettlement. Details of the program, including the amount, are still under dis- cussion. Agreement is expected by the time President Eisenhower returns from bis Newport, R. -I. vacation. MAY BE. DELAYED If authorized at, the August ses- sion, a request for appropriation of funds probably would not be made until the new Congress meets next January. Under the program, the United States would make long-term dol- lar loans which could be. repay- able in local currencies, i Direct grants would not be involved ex- cept in special circumstances. Projects which the fund 'would seek to finance would includs pri- vate housing as well as larid re- settlement. The land could from the large public tracts held by take second place. tions.
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