The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 14
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April 10, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 14

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Paee 14-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah. Thursday, April 10, 1975 * I vi-yMW&xpn^^ People | budget men's clearance *::%:::*w:*::::^^^^ In News Spotlight SA1E About People By United Press International MAMIE MAY MOVE FT. GORDON, Ga. (UPI) Tentative plans have been made to move former First Lady Mamie Eisenhower to Walter Reed Army Hospital near Washington next Monday so she can be closer home while recovering from an intestinal ailment. Maj. George Foster, a base spokesman, said that Mrs. Eisenhower, 78, had made steady improvement since entering the hospital and her doctors described her condition Tuesday as "exceptionally good." The physicians said her spirits are high and her diet intake is normal." GURU TO INDIA DENVER (UPI) - Guru Maharaj Ji has left for India in an attempt to wrest control of the Divine Light Mission from his relatives and consolidate the 17- year-old's position as "perfect master" of six million followers. "The guru's intentions are to assume control of the mission in India and put the management in i the hands of trusted followers," i spokesman Joe Anctil said. "The i new management will not : include his mother or his eldest '• brother." : Earlier this month in New • Delhi, the guru's mother : disowned her son because of his : "despicable, nonspiritual way of : life." i; WALLACE CLAIMS CREDIT RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) George Wallace says he believes efforts to abolish the North Carolina presidential primary are a result of his 1972 primary victory. The Alabama governor, who is lobbying against legislation that would kill the primary, said it was a popular race in North Carolina three years ago, but "all of a sudden it's not such a hot idea because I won." Wallace said he has not decided if he will run for the presidency again in 1976, "but if I run I don't want them to stop me in a smoke-filled room." CITES NEEDS ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (UPI) — Julian Bond was too young to run for national office when his name was offered as a vice presidential choice at the 1968 Democratic convention. Next Jan. 14 he will be 35, old enough to run for president, and he spelled out his qualifications for a running mate. "I would like a white woman from the Northwest," Bond told students at Henderson State University. "She needs to be Catholic and married to a Jewish Oriental who speaks Spanish." Nader Fires Accusation At Rodino WASHINGTON (UPI) Ralph Nader Wednesday accused House Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino of suppressing information gathered last year during the nomination hearings on Vice President Nelson Rockefeller. Nader charged that Rodino's refusal to release materials collected during the commit- i tee's inquiry "amounts to an i information cover-up." Rodino said many of the Rockefeller documents could not be released "without severe and unnecessary instrusions upon personal privacy" and for other legitimate reasons. But he said there had been "no effort to prevent the release of any material from the Rockefeller files. 1 : Nader said in a statement that on three different occasions beginning last December he wrote Rodino urging him to make public 39 items of - information on Rockefeller contained in the committee's files. Nader said Rodino refused to respond to his requests and he had since learned that on Dec. 23, the New Jersey Democrat had all the information sent to the congressional archives. Rodino said in a statement House rules and public law require that records from previous Congresses be stored by the General Services Administration. Some of the 1970 campaign finance data were returned by the committee to the Rockefeller (amjjy archives, Nader said, i on fine quality men's suits and doubleknit slacks BUDGET STORE Our finest suits 99.99 Reg. $130. We've reduced some of our very finest suits for this big sale. These are top quality suits with extras such as hand-tailoring. You'd expect to pay-much more for these shape holding, wrinkle shedding texturized polyester doubleknit or fine woolen suits. We have many styles, colors and sizes to make your selection from, including 2 pant styles all wool suits 79.99 Reg. $120. Suits with up-to-the-minute styling and the finest hand-tailoring. These terrific 100% virgin wool suits are ideal for year-round wearing. We have a good selection of plaids, from bold to muted. Hurry for this! close-out group 49.99 Reg. $90 to $100. Real values can be found in this assortment of suits that must be moved out quickly. A variety of polyester doubleknits and some all wools. We have many styles to choose from in most sizes, including trio suits. doubleknit slacks 14.99 *eg. $20. A savings for you on our polyester doubleknit slacks. Available in a variety of solid colors or patterns. Waist sfees: 32 to 50 — we will tailor the length to fit you. I I ZCMI Budget Men's Clothing mm :&ftm%^^

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