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   Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1965, Provo, Utah                                Datf Herald 2 Youths Nabbed For Wrecking Road Signs SALT LAKE CITY Salt Lake City Police Wednes day arrested two young men in connection with the destruction Jomes Royol Larson Santaquin Man Dies SANTAQUIN Funeral ser vices for James Royal Larson will be held Frl day at 1 lit the Santa quin Tintic LDS Stake tenter with Bishop Lawr ence Clay He died Tuesday morn ing in a Nehpt hospital Larson of causes incident to Larson was born 15 in a son o James and Johanna Bourkerson Larson and then married Ell HUdton oh i It was later solemnizee June 1956 in the Manti Temple and she died on Apri He lived most of his life In An active member of the he was a high pries and also operated a shoe repai He had worked in th EureM mines and as a ston clerk In He late worked for the Union Chie MilWI near Survivors include daughters Wendell Opal Deuel Max Marjorie Warenski both of Santaquin Jacl Mabel Nephi 1 23 greatgrand children asister and a brother Bertha Santaquin and Ernest Salt Lake Friends may call at the Jolley Mortuary in Payson Thursda from 7 to 9 and at the fam ily home in Santaquin Fridaj prior to time of Inter ment will be in the Santaquir Lindsay Rejects Offers of Help In Campaign WASHINGTON UPI Rep John said to He was running agains Mayor Robert Wagner of New York City without a Republlca He also turned down offers of campaign help from Republicans outside the not going to invite any ope in to campaign for Lindsay told a news conference This is a city A reporter asked Are you are not going t run as a Republican Im running as Lindsay Im running as a candidate for The threeinch candi billed as the OOPs fair haired recalled what for mer Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia when he successfully form ed a fusion ticket to win in heavilyDemocratic New Theres no Republican or Democratic way to dean the Mortuary Services Phone FR 31141 Aifiu Maufhan fu neral services will be held in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel Thursday at 11 Friends may call at the mor tuary Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 and Thursday prior to Interment will be in Logan Annie ThftOtM fu neral services wjiM M told in the Berg Drawinc Room Chapel Thursday at i Friends may call mor tuary Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 and Thursday prior to Interment will be in Prow City of highway signs in Parleys and Emigration Canyorts east of Hie A department spokesmen said the two youngsters were caught after four signs were pulled down early least 25 signs had been Ben Rodriguez Dies In California SAN Bert about tnisbatK at the former Carol Jean Shaf for of American Fork and Pro died Tuesday noon in San Jose of a heart Survivors include his wife of San and three Rod Robert and Funeral services and burial will be held Friday in San Carol Jean Rodriguez Is the daughter of the late Eugene William distric supervisor of sai sandblasting would have to be used to remove the stain from the The vandalism occurred eith er late Monday night or earl Tuesday Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY Pear Long Calif died Tuesday in Long Beach graveside services Thursday a in Salt Lake Cit Thomas Herbert Me 858 6th die funeral services Satur day at 1 in Grantsvill LDS FirstThird ward chape Isabell Morrison Murphy 257 2nd died Tuesday funeral Thursday at 2 at 3 7th Lola Horton Wy 960 Logan die funeral Saturday a 12 noon in Bryan LDS Secon Ward 162141th East Frank Wardlaw 515 Holladay a mining execu died funeral ser vices will be Thursday at 1 noon at Marks Episcopal 231 1st OGDEN Charles Wilmir Los die Monday in Los funera Friday at 11 at Lindquis and Sons Colonial Chapel i Francis 47 died funera services Friday at 11 a Chapel of Flowers Mortuary i BRIGHAM Eldon 22 died In June 1964 i the mountains northeast b Brigham of exposure and ex haustion and his body was fount funeral services wil be Thursday at 1 in tht Brigham City LDS FifthTenth Ward Washington Coun ty Penelope 81 died funera services were scheduled this morning at Mesquite LDS Ward chapel in Uintah County Peter died fu neral services Thursday at 2 p at Myton Presbyterian BEAVER Florence Ellen Bowers Bea died funera fhursday at 1 at Beaver LDS First Third LDS Ward MIDVALE Ida Laura Rawle Midvale died funeral Friday a 1 at Midvale LDS Second Ward BOUNTIFUL Frank A died Tues funeral 2 a 295 Carbon Coun ty Wallace Lane Mortensen was kill ed Monday in a motorcycleauto mobile accident Monday near funeral Friday at 11 at Mitchell Funera Chap el in LOGAN Jack Neuberger died funeral Thurs day at 12 noon at Hall Mortuary Buttermilk was originally byproduct from churning but most of the but wrmilk sold is madt by adding a pure lactic acid culture t pasteurized skim Its low in calories and easy t digest MONUMINT AND VAIHT Antone MacDonald m jeast 23 signs naa oeen V uprooted by vandals the previjR Shaffer of ous and replaced by Utah Highway Department road crews It cost to each to replace the signs The highway department ha offered a reward for in formation leading to the arres and conviction of the respon stble Granite Schoo District said spra paint in the hands of vandal resulted in costly defacing o the districts new Bonnevill Junirr High Eight of 11 white brick pan els on the front of the schoo were Death Claims Orem Man At Home OREM Antone MacDon of 65 800 died as a result of a heart at tack suffered in his home about 9 He was born in the son of Graham and Annie Gardner Mac Dona He married II a MacDonald Hamblin June in the Salt Lake LDS He was a member of the LDS MacDonald was an active member of the Orem Lions He attended schools In Kanab and He lived in Orem since He recently retired from the MacDonalds Clothing store which he owned and operated for 15 Survivors include his wife of Orem four Fred Anna Belle Ray of Robert Rose Wells ol Cree Ila Jean Kofford of Richard Toni Monson of 10 grandchildren one brother and three Duncan MacDon ald of Laura Hale and Belle MacDonald both of and May Heppler of Funeral services will be 11 Friday at the OlpinSund berg Friends may call at the mortuary Thurs day from 7 to 9 and Friday prior to Additional ser vices will be held Saturday at noon in the Kanab Stake Taber Friends may call at the Tabernacle Saturday prior to Burial will be In Kanab Ctiy Bodies of Five Miners Found After Explosion UPI Rescue workers Tuesday found the bodies of five miners trap ped in a coal mine explosion in Brimstone Battling lethal gas fumes and falling the workers re covered the bodies after a 26 iiour search a halfcmile inside the mine Planes Continued from Page One namese outpost near the bor der with North Viet More than 24 hours after the accidental offcials saic they were unable to ascertain whether the planes were Navy craft based on carriers in the South China Sea or landbased Air Force The attacking planes strafed the Vietnamese outpost with 20 mm cannon wounding five government soldiers and dam aging two Almost 40 American planes were in the air over North Viel Nam Tuesday for a series ol raids against Communist trans portation and fuel storage tar MONEY WITH SPEED WHEN YOURE IN NEED Utah Finance I See Gtw er llchaid IJ N0 IM Cfclr OuHty Utah finance Utah 91 Mother Of Orem Man Dies In Logan LOQAN Isabefle Gib son Hewitt mother of William Peter Knecht of died Monday ill Funeral ser vices will be con ducted at he Logan LDS 16th Ward chapel Thurs day at 12 She was born Knecht n New York a daughter of John and Margarette Elliott Hewitt and married James Knecht on June The marriage was later solemnized n the Salt Lake LDS Converts to the LDS she and her husband were ac ive in church activities in the New York City Survivors include two William Peter Orem James Short Emily Logan and lalph Lucille At 19 grandchildren 42 greatgrandchildren and three LBJ Asks Continued from Page One of the cost of purchase or con Asks Broader Power The President called for broader authority to use fed eralaid funds on a matchinj basis to pay for landscape ant roadside Under ihis rest and recrea lon areas could be acquired for use by the traveling public ie Johnson also proposed that states be required to use 3 per cent of their federalaid funds to acquire land alongside high ways for enhancing scenic For some he states have been permit ed to do this but have usec the authority only Another proposal was that each state be required to use onethird of federal aid how re ceived for secondary roads to construct scenic and access to scenic and recrea ional and to provide landscape and roadside de velopment along interstate Would Add to Value Johnson said that beautifying side roads will add immense ly to the value of our highway system by providing access to lakes and picnic am historical beaches and mountain He said it will add an en tirely new dimension of pleas ure and recreation and spiritu al satisfaction to the existing goals of our road In the next fiscal John son an estimated bil lon will be spent on federal aid He called this an investment in the future of The President proposed spending a potential mil ion a on the highway eautification This would include up to mil ion brought in by the 3 per cent state use requirement Why think about funerals now No wmti to think fonenli planning fa can your lovtd ODM much stiNi ttBM when they ut but prepared to with major AS amngeiMnti can fa advance without financial buiden on the Whjr sot inquire today OLPIN UNDBERG 73 Foy Effie Yordfey ExSpringville Diet In Parowan SPRINGVILLE Len Wis former resident of died May 24 in Paro wan of a heart att a c He made his tome at 1120 2nd Salt Lake Wis combe torn May 1891 in Spring a son of William and Sarah Newland He married Louise Evans on June 1914 in the Salt Lake LDS Wiscombe was a consult ing engineer and had installed many hydroelectric plants throughout He lived for many years in and had served as city engineer of Springville and He had also been a member of the Springville Volunteer Fire De He and his wife had resided in Salt Lake City only a short Surviving are his two sons and three Lewis Lucille Harmer of Pleasant Grove Hugh Lynn Nancy Oldham of Casp Edward Keith Wis combe of Maple ton and Leon ard Paul Wiscombe of American Fork 16 grandchildren one greatgrandchild and one sis Miss Sadie Wiscombe of Salt Lake Funeral services will be con ducted Friday at 12 noon in the Wheeler Mortuary with Bishop Wilford Schutze of the East 27th LDS Ward of Salt Lake Friends may call at the mortuary Thurs day from 7 to 9 and Fri day prior to Burial will be in the Springville Evergreen Heart Attack Fatal for 39 SPRINGVILLE Fay Effie wife of Thomas Edward died Tuesday afternoon in the office of a Springville physician of a heart She had a record of heart trouble and had under gone open heart surgery two years She was born June 1925 at Elomore a daughter of Emmett Orin and Lola Effie Johnson She was married to Thomas Edward Yardley on 1958 in Yardley had made her home in Springville since A member of the LDS she had worked in the Primary and Relief and had been Mission Primary Pres ident in New Surviving are her husband and two Jim Lola Bernice and Eliza beth Fay Yardley of Spring ville a son by a previous mar Arden Lewis Ivie of Cali fornia her parents of Okla homa City a Man cel Johnson of Oklahoma City and the following broth ers and Thelma Lola May and Bill all of June Dale Don and Ray all of Oklahoma City and a half Mancel Bishop of Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at 11 in the Springville ThirdNinth LDS with Bishop Melvin Raymond Friends may call at the Wheeler Mortu ary Friday from 7 to 9 and Saturday prior to services Burial will be in the Evergreen Largest state in terms of is Dennis Shugorr Long Illness Claims Life Of Payson Man PAYSON Dennis William of 414 3rd died Tuesday morning in a Provo hospital of a linger ing He was born 1940 at the son of Golden and Geneve Porter Funeral will be Friday with Rigby Mortuary in charge of 2 Burned In Ogden Fire OGDEN UPI Two Ogden residents were in extremely critical condition Wednesday after being revived by mouth to mouth resuscitation aoj heart massage f o 11 o w i n g a house Elaine and Terry were under treatment for extensive burns over their entire bodies and for smoke in They were not breathing and their hearts had stopped when firemen pulled them from the burning home at 925 23rd both were revived by mouthto mouth resuscitation and rushed to Dee where physicians kept them alive by heart In your lympathy with a floral from Ml Weil lit South Ut Free Delivery 4 Mory Terry Hurst Provoans Mother Dies In Blanding BLANDING Mary Terry mother of Lynn Inez Rogerson of died Tuesday at I of causes incident to She was born at daughter of Nathan Harris and Margie Du zett She married George Hurst on in Cave He died in She was an active member of the LDS Church where worked in the Relief Society and She and her husband were temple workers in the Manti LDS Temple for 18 Survivors include 11 Rogerson of George Hurst Phillip Marvin Margie William and Reed Dora Rayleff all of John Luella Rogers of Nathan Terry of Elizabeth Karchner and Francis Gwen both of Salt Lake and Horace Nedra Lundberg of Funeral services will be 2 Saturday In the Blan ding LDS Ward OLPIN SUNDBERG Maud Hopper Piper ferenion funeral lervicei will be held Thiriday ut 11 at the Olpln Sundberg 495 Friendi may call Wedneiday evening from 7 to 9 and Thttriday prior to Interment will be In the Springville City gas air conditioner may be the only appliance youll ever own that never wears There are no moving parts in a gas cooling No noise from a No servicing and replacing of Only the low cost of a gas A gai air conditioner costs up to onethird less than an electrical air con ditioner to and it cools your whole house at one It costs more to but its worth more in years and years of lowcost A gas air conditioner is the very finest you can PHONE US NOW for complete Information and cost estimate without cost or obligation to QASkAIR CONDITIONING u quiet ai falling mow 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