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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - June 11, 1963, Ogden, Utah                                MARIE DIBBLE Honor Student NANCY ENCE Entering BYU Two Davis Graduates Win BYU Scholarships KAYSVILLE _ Two Davisgrants they received for their High School graduates will en- roll at the Brigham Young Uni- versity this fall on scholarship Report Lists Payrolls of Utah Senators WASHINGTON (AP) Office payrolls of Sens. Wallace F Bennett, R-Utah, and Frank E. Moss, D-Utah, along with those of all other senators, have been made public. The official report gives sal- aries for the first three months of 1963. It is the first quarterly report for the new Senate. Salaries for Bennett's staff for the three months: Leonidas R. Mecham Keith H. Jacques Tom C Korologos Kaytherine Heinze Joseph S. Nelson Sally R. Quinn, Joyce Benson Maren E. Hardy Joan L. Allred 163, Edwin C. Bliss Shar- on Tristani Suzanne Rich Lyle M. Ward Mary H. Squires Kathryn S. Cracroft John R. Evans and Charles H. Bradford outstanding scholastic abilities. They are Marie Dibble, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dibble of West Layton, and Nancy Ence, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Ence of Fruit Heights. Miss Dibble, recipient of the leadership scholarship, was vice president of the Davis High student body the past year, FFA sweetheart, a member of the National Honor Society and Pro- Schola and an honor graduate. She will enter the Davis Coun- ty Dairy Princess Contest June 20 as the FFA and school's rep- resentative. Miss Ence was editor of the yearbook at Davis and a mem- ber of Pro-Schola. Scholarships Go To Six Evanston Area Students EVANSTON, Wyo. Six Union Pacific scholarships have been won by 4-H Club members in Wyoming, which entitles them to attend any agricultural college in any. of'the following states: Wyoming, Utah, Washington _________.__ Oregon, Montana, Nebraska, I Kansas, Idaho, Colorado or Cali- The Moss payroll: [fornia. Allan T. Howe Grant Among youths who have been W. Midgley Virginia Rish- winners of the scholar- t el Elva W. Bell James P. Cowley Richard Allen Roseanna M. Kinney Marion A. Crotch Donald R. Sarff, Janice B. Colbert Gaye W. Car- :hips are Ronald L. Sims, Evan- ston and John Eyre, Lyman. The scholarships are for courses in general agriculture, home economics, agricultural engineering, agricultural educa- tion, forestry, i-eterinarv mpHi- j-'- WVAIUC.I t Vjrciyc W etj. cuuua- lile Beverly T -orestry, veterinary medi- Robert E. Lee i or journalism. Gregory D. Anderson S64, Donna Hammer Siayer Enters Prison POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN slayer Rex Hintze today began a 10 years to life prison sentence for the murder of a Salt Lake girl in a brutal hammer slaying last Feb- ruary. Hintze, 17, Holladay, was sen- tenced Monday by Third Dis- trict Judge Joseph Jeppson. The young man was found guilty of seconH degree murder in the death of Carol Clayton. 18. She died after being struck repeatedly over the head with a hammer last Feb. 20 on the re- mote western Utah desert. POWELL, Wyo. (AP) Con- solidated Freightways, Inc., plans to apply to the Wyoming Public Service Commission two weeks for authority to discontinue trucking service in Wyoming. nq if PACKING STORAGE if PIANOS BAGGAGE if FURNITURE OF ANY KIND SLUE TRANSFER "WORLD WIDE MOVING" Across the Street or Across the Nation Dial EX 4-8944 321 22nd Street BEAUTY RACE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1963 Entrants Sought For Title CLEARFIELD Girls be- tween the ages of 16 and 25 in- terested in competing for the title, of "Miss Clearfield" are asked to contact members of the auxiliary to the Clearfield Fire Department. The contest will be held June 22 at the Clearfield High School auditorium. The winner and two attendants will reign over the city's annual Fourth of July celebration. "Miss Clearfield" also will represent the city in the annual Davis County competition. The "Miss Clearfield" contest is open to girls who reside with- in the boundaries of Clearfield High School. This includes, be- sides Clearfield, Sunset, Syra- cuse, West Point and South We- ber. The contestants will appear in bathing suits and formal wear and be judged on talent, facial expression, poise and personal- ity. Application may be made with Mrs. Daniel Ogden at TA 5-3766 or Mrs. Lamar Schofield at TA 5-3571, both of the "Flamettes." The July Fourth celebration is sponsored annually by the Clearfield Jaycees, Clinton Student Receives Degree CLINTON-Ralph D. Frasier, former Ogden resident, received a master's degree in electrical engineering at commencement exercises at the University of Utah. Mr. Frasier, a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fraiser of Clinton, is employed in New York City at the Bell Telephone Labora- tories. 5 HOUR LATE Utah Bankers Hear Plea to Cut Taxes SUN VALLEY (UPI) The which such Utah Bankers' Association con- casion. vention Monday heard pleas for an early tax cut by Congress. E- Holt, president of Utah Bank- M. Monroe Kimbrel, of Thorn- ers' Association, and president son, Ga., president of the Ameri- Of Walker Bank and Trust Co can Bankers' Association, said that Congress had not "heard n, enough from back home" about comptroller of the currency and this issue regulator of national banks. "The hour is getting late in Holt challenged the chartering Washington on the tax-cut pro- ?Vbaii5f for PurPoses of stimu- posal, he said economy. He said that Kimbrel cautioned that pres- motions in Utah had ent expansions of plants and from about 20 to 692 in other programmed expansions years- by businesses and corporations oy ousmesses ana corporations _ j Ui CA had been based on the assump- the pretext of i___f_ meetUie alleged onnlo naa oeen oasea on tne assump- ui tion that Congress wiU cut taxes. economic goals He also warned that spending was unadulterated nonsense." could be cut in many areas to balance any inflationary forces S.L. Man Suffers Knife Wound SALT LAKE CITY Salt Lake City man was in good" condition today after being stabbed in the abdomen Monday night during an alter- cation at a local .motel. Douglas Simpson, 41, was un- der treatment at Salt Lake Coun- ty Hospital today. Salt Lake Police said they were searching for his assail- ant. 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Chubbuck Fire Marshal Carl Hensley said a passerby report- ed the pair were unconscious in- side the building. Hensley said the fumes caused severe burns over their bodies. Both were reported in "fairly good" condition today at a Po- catello hospital. He said the idea of such ex- One Agency For COMPLETE COVERAGE 3860 Wash. Blvd. EX 4-8895 ORTON'S GENERAL AGENCY PAY-N-PAC PLYWOOD "Across the street from the Hoy Shopping Center" 5678 S. 1900 W. Roy, Utah 825-9784 We Dare You to Compare These Prices Anywhere! 4' x 8' Sanded 1 Side.............2.49 4' x 8' Sanded 1 Side.............4.69 We Don't Vary These Prices! 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