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The Salt Lake Tribune, Wednesday, August 6,1958 Intermonntain Obituaries Ernest Fairish Ernest Parrlsh, 80. 128 N. Main died Monday. 4 a.m., at his residence of a heart ailment. Born Aue. 13. 1877, CenterviUe, Davis County, to Joel and Emma Ford Parrish. Married Roseltha Jordan Salt Lake Tern- March 30. 1904, pie. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Called by LDS Church to pio- n e e r irrigation project at Mountain View, Alberta, Canada, where he was a Mr." Parrlsh rancher, bishop of the LDS ward 13 years. Served two LDS missions, one stake mission. Alter dissolution of first marriage, married Prudence Violi Bacon July 8, 1943, Losan LDS Temple. Survivors: widow: two sons, seven daughters, Joel Alma, John R., Farmington; Mrs. Kelvin Pilling, Mrs. Oak-lie Thompson. Mountain View, Canada; Mrs. Jack P. Ward, Papeete, Tahiti; Mrs. Ruth Wahlstrom, Los Angeles; Mrs. Grant Vroman, Stockton, Calif.: Mrs. Albert Grundell, Mrs. Heber G. •Wosley, Salt Lake City: 30 grandchildren: 10 grcat-srandchildren; foster son, Thomas Weitbrecht, Marshfield. Mass.; brother, William Vf., Centerville; sister. Mrs. Ray E. Dorius, Los Angeles. Ada Combes Preston Mrs. Ada Combes Preston, 43, 828 Heather St. (650 East), died Sunday, 9:25 E .m. in a Salt ake hospital of complications following childbirth. Born Nov. 5, 1914, Bosham Sussex, England, to Ernest Mark and Annie Smith Combes. Married to Elmer w. Preston Oct. 17, 1S42. Evanston, \Vyo. Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. Survivors: husband; son, Bruce Allen, Mrs. Preston daughter, Georgina. Salt Lake City; three stepsons; stepdaughter; six grandchildren; brothers, sisters, Mrs. Nellie M. Andersen, Jim S., Ernest E., Salt Lake City; Mrs. Elsie C. Thorn, Fontana, Calif., Mrs. Margaret Reynolds, Murray, Mrs.' Minnie McDaniels, Grinel!, Iowa. Funeral Thursday 12:15 p.m... Tenth LDS Ward chapul, 420-8th East. Friends call 2128 S. State' Wednesday 7-9 p.m., chapel Thursday after 11 a.m. Burial Salt Lake City Cemetery. Freda H. Miltef Mrs. Freda Haltiner Miller, 64, 24 W. 7th South, died Tuesday, 11:15 a.m., in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes. Born July 15, 1894, St. GaDen, Switzerland, to John TJlrich and Emma Haeberle Haltiner. Came to Utah in 1823 as a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Married to Edward Miller, Aug. 27, 1925, Salt Lake City. Survivors: husband; two step-sons, two step-daughters, Edward Miller, Mrs. Chet (Lucille) Frezen, Kuperi. Idaho: John Miller, Salt Lake City: Mrs. Glen (AnnI Jorgensen. Three Forks, Mont.; 10 grandchildren: four brothers, a sister, Emil, Switzerland; Ernest, Logan; John. Otto, Mrs. Emma Teuscher, Salt Lake City. Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., 30 E. 7th South, where friends call Wednesday, 6-8 E .m.. Thursday prior. Burial, Salt ake City Cemetery. Eugene Kelle; Eugene Kelley, 62, 2495 S. 14th Vest, died Monday, 6:45 p.m., in a Salt of a circulatory ailment. Born Nov. 18, 1895, Weston, Mo., to Grant and Celestia Bolton Kelley. Married Leona Reese in 1920. She died in 1923. Member. Catholic Church. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Mabel G. Frazier,. Salt Lake City: stepdaughter, Mrs. C. W. Lewis, Denver, Colo.: two sisters, Mrs. Grov- cr Wheeler, Mrs. Charline Clayborne, Salt Lake City. Requiem Mass Thursday. 10 a.m.. St. Patrick's Church, 1030 W, 4th South. Holy Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m.. 344 E. '1st South, where friends call Wednesday nfter 6 p.m. Burial, Mt. Caivary Cemetery. Martha F.B.Reed«r NORTH LOGAN—Mrs.. Martha Tlora Beck Heeder, 61, died Monday in a Logan hospital after a brief illness. Born Oct. 19. 18f>6, In Montpelier, Idaho, to Phillip and Salome Beck: Married Glen Heeder, Oct. 12, 1918, in Hyde Park; later solemnized in Logan Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Resident here 53 years; active in church auxiliaries. Survivors: husband: four children: Mrs. Mark (Hortense) Nelson. Pasco. Wash.: Mrs. Don (Fay) Baxter, Salt Lake City: Martin G.. U.S. Air Force at Moses Lake. Wash., and Robert W., North Locan: nine grandchildren: four brothers. Funeral services in North Lognn LDS chapel by Leon Michaelsen, bishop. Friends call at Hall Mortuary in Logan prior. Burial in family plot. Logan City Cemetery. Crime Summary The following is a summary of crimes reported to police during the 24-hour period ended Tuesday at 5 p.m.: Burrlary— Mrs. E. Stags, 532 Vernier PI (330 South), reported burglars entered her residence, took two purses containing $^ and personal items. Beehive Antiques. 68 West Temple, reported burglary and loss of firearms and other items valued at S290. Utah State Library (Bookmobile I at Utah State Fairsrounds, reported burglars William H. Dyer Funeral for William Hcrshal Dyer. 60. SZ'J-Sth East, will be Thursday noon, 2350 F,. 13th South. Died Sunday. 9:15 a.m., in a Salt Lake hospital after a long illness. Born Juiy 1. 1898, Salt Lake City, to William V. and Aurelia Foster Dyer. Married Merle Frazier Sent. 3. 1942. Salt Lake City Survivors: widow: son by previous marriage, Charles Edward: Mr. Dyer eight grandchildren: stepdaughters, Mrs. Everett Cook, Mrs. Clarence Cutting: father, stepmother, Mrs. Lenora Olsen Dyer: brother. Marsena: half-brothers, Rob'jrt M.. Calvin Dyer, all of Salt Lake City: half-sister. Mrs. Elaine Bradley, New Jersey. Friends call place of service" Wednesday, 7-9 p.m.. Thursday prior. Burial Salt Lake City cemetery. Harriet E. G. Bate Mrs. Harriet Ellen Green Bate. 80. 119 W. North !• e m p 1 <?, died 11:40 p.m. Monday of pneumo- ia in a Salt _j a k e hospital, Born March 24, 878, American r ork, to Charles nd Mary A. Brands Green. tarried to Wil iam Arthur Bate AUK. 9, 1900, Salt Lake Tem- ile. Church of esus Christ of _, a t t e r-day Saints. He died March 17, 1936 Moved to Rigby, daho, 1903, re- urned to Salt Lake City 1937. Worked at Primary Children's, Hospital 10 years, etired 1943. Survivors: sons, Clyde A., Idaho Falls. Idaho, Jesse %V., Salt Lake City: 10 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchil- Iren; brother, Joseph. Riverton: ister, Mrs. Lydia Ottesen, Salt Lake City. Funeral /Thursday noon, Riverton First LDS Word hapel, 12880 S. Redwood Rd. 1700 West). Friends call 36 E. 7th South Wednesday 6-8 p.m., chapel 'hursday after 11 a.m. Burial, liverton Cemetery. Thomas H. Jones Funeral services ior Thomas Henry Jones, 81. 835 G a r f i e 1 d f"^ Avenue Q845 5?.* South), will be;' conducted Thurs-" day 10 a.m.. 260 E. South Temple. He died Sunday 10:10 Mrs. Bate David T. Crawford TOOELE — David Thomas Crawford. 70, 154 S. 6th East St., died of heart ailment Monday 5:50 a.m in a Tooele hos pital. Born Feb. 2, 1888. Peters v 111 e. Ky., to Isaac Lewis and Julia Frances Jameson Crawford Married Grace Bonham Younce July 25, 1938, Breckenridge, Tex. Reclamation specialist, Tooele Ordnance Depot; retired 1952. Entered government Mr. Crawford service 1941 Survivors: widow adopted daughters, Mrs. Valden Hurst, Tooele; Mrs. Arthur Baugh, Dumas, Tex.; six grandchildren; •sisters, Mrs. Henry Barney, Mrs. Homer Clark, both Tooele; Mrs. Millard Kegley Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Robert Keavy, Mrs. William Hop- dns, both Louisville, Ky. Funeral Friday 11 a.m., Tate MoH jary, Tooele, where friends call Thursday 4-8 p.m., Friday prior. Burial fooele City Cemetery. Kenneth R. Judd NEPHI—Kenneth Riley Judd, 49, Ai-lington, ' Va., died Sunday evening in an Arlington hospital, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George R. ludd, Nephi, were told Tuesday. 3orn May 1, 1909, Tooeie, to George R. and Grace Himtington Judd. Served mission for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints in Netherlands. Employed !6 years with government service n Washington, D.C. Attached to Mghth Air Force in Britain during .Vorld War II. President, 250th luorum of Seventies. Married -Jeth Christensen Oct. 18, 1935. Washington, D.C., later solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple. Survivors: widow; children; Kenny, Katy, ers. sister, Robert" L.",' ~C'ornpfon, Calif.; George Reid,, Santa.Clara, p.m. at home of. a daughter, Mrs. i;; Lowell A. •; (Blanche) ;:.. Thomas, 2087 K Wilmington Ave.'' (2185 South), of a heart ailment. Was co-o w n e r Jones Bros. Luggage and Trunk Manufaciu ring Co., retired 1942. Friends call Mr. Jones car keys. , ball-point pens and a set of Larrrny— .Tohn R. Coffman, 928 Military Way (1565 East i, reported theft of h'.ib raps and fender skirts. Sorenson Ball Park, 720 Emery St. (1170 West), lost public address speaker and bracket to thieves Milton Woodward, 169-7th East, reported theft of a belt pulley valued at S140. Wayne Scare], 2926 Adams St. (440 East), reported theft of a bicycle. Karl Fackrell. 1690-8th "West, reported theft of lumber and a water tank valued at S30. Mrs. Doris Ritchie, 1565 Harvard Ave. (1115 South ), ' reported theft of her purse containing small change. Enoch Smith and Sons Co., 1441 Beck St., reported theft of a spray can and undetermined amount of cement expansions. T. F. Gardner, 159 Utopia Ave. (2180 South), reported theft of four hub caps. Lud•wig Christ, 258 Vine St. (22 West), reported theft of $250 in currency. Accident Report Here is a summary of traffic accidents investigated by Salt Lake police during Tuesday'.s 24 hours: 12:U ».m. — 6th East and 21st South; *• . .jo. -oarKed car Driver: unknown. Parked car owner: Fred C. Harder. 602 E. 21st South. Damage: $100, No injuries. 7:45 a.m. — North Temple and 2nd West; two automobiles. Drivers: Jack "Wayne Pack, 22, 22 D St.; James Owen Walkei, 24, 30-9th East. Damage: $30. Is'o injuries. 7:50 ».m. — 21st South and Redwood Boad: two automobiles. Drivers: Jay Marvin Smith, 30, 3841 S. 6035 West; Ronald Hall Hovey, 22, 4567 W. 3500 South. Damage: $275. -No injuries. 8:81 ».».— South Temple and Main «:• -,.,•: two automobiles. Drivers: John Fetzer Sr., 75, 1330 E. 9th South; Alton ja.-vis Ashby, 39, 9461-7th East. Damage: $100. No injuries. 8:55 a.m. — 8th South and West Tem- plc' overturned truck. Driver: Ray Jacob Nageli, 35, 3210 S. 2910 West, suffered a bruised right arm. Damage: $550. 10 a.m.— Sherman Avenue and llth East; two automobiles. Drivers: Howard f-aikir, 74. 1138 Sherman Ave. (1340 South): Brent K. Bridge, 18, 3769 Park View Dr. (3915 East) . Damage: $60. No injuries. 5:05 p.m. — Paxton Avenue and Rich•rd> Street; two automobiles. Drivers: p-m"") W;-'e Barker, 34, 354 Both well Ct. (1085 West); Fred Cleveland Lemon, .T., I'.bV L ,. 4800 South. Michael Barker, 3. 354 Bothwcll Ct., suffered • head laceration, Carnage: $600. place of services Wednesday 6-8 p.m. and Thursday prior. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Frank L. Eliis Frank Lincoln Ellis. 46. 218 E. 7th South, died Monday, 11:30 p.m., in a Salt Lake hospital of a liver ailment. Born Dec. 9, 1911, Victoria, Texas, to Charles and Ge9rgia Kitchens Ellis. Married Mildred Leggroan June 1, 1938, Salt Lake City. Member, Methodist Church. Porter, Salt Lake Airport. Survivors: widow: dauBhters, Sandra Kay, Susnn Dawn, Salt Lake City; brothers, Claude. James, Aaron, Salt Lake City; John, Homer, Ely, Nev.: sisters, Mrs. Marie Johnson, Oakland, Calif.: Mrs. Josephine Scott, Los Angeles. Funeral Thursday, 2 P.m., 344 E. 1st South, where friends call after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Burial, Memorial Gardens of the Valley. • Cordie M. Olson EPHRAIM— C o r d i e Mortensqn Olson, 76. died Monday I P.m. in a Mt. Pleasant hospital nfter a lingering illness. Born Sept. 9, 1881. Ephraim. to Niels and Matilda Nielsnn Mortenson. Married to Orson W. Olson. Oct. 30. 1901, Ephraim. He died April 14, 1940. Active member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-dny Saints. Survivors: sons, daughters: O. Hay. Robert J., Phillio N.. Ephraim; Mrs. George W. (Berniece) Olson. Midvale; Mrs. Psid J. (Helen) Thomas. Billings. Mont.; 16 grandchildren, 9 creat-granrlchildren: sister, brothers: Mrs. William H. (Thelma) Link, F. T. Mortenson, both of Myton. Duchesne County; Levi Mortenson. Salt Lake City; C. N. Mortenson. Sacramento, Calif.; V. J. MArtenson. Richfield. Fureral Thursday. 2 p.m., Ephraim LDS West Ward chnpel. Burial in Park Cemetery. Kphraim. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Snow College Scholarship Fund. Friends r.ill at fnmily residence. 14fl S. 1st West. Wednesday evening and Thursday prior. Earl D. Schoenf eld MAGNA — Earl D. Schoenfeld, 37, Brawley. Calif., former Magna resident, diec! July 27 in a La Jolla, Calif., hospital after a lingering illness, relatives here were informed. Born Jan. 2. 1921. Vlagna, to Frederick W. ana Esther Christensen Schoenfeld. Married Verma Vcwtcr May 9, 1945. San Diego, Calif., later solemnized Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Office manager for Producers Livestock Loan Assn., served with U.S. Marines in World War II. First counselor in Brawley LDS ward bishopric. Survivors: widow: two daughters, a son. Kathleen, Rebecca, Alan, Brawley: mother, Mama: two sisters, a brother, Marlynn. M.ijmn: F .Tamos, Roy; Mrs. Marjorle Stewart. Frerionin, Idaho. Funeral and burial were in Brawley. Frank E. Broberg LOGAN — Frank E Broberg, 58, Logan resident, died in Ogden Tuesday r orninK where he was employed as a brick laborer. Born Sept. 8, 1899. in Park City to Robert J. md Hannah Erickson Broberg. Member, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Educated in' Logan schools, married Juna Bair Nov. 3, 1927. Survivors: widow, two sons, Farrel R, and Val E., Salt Lake City: eight grandchildren; sister and two brothers. Funeral Saturday 1 p.m. in Logan 7th-13th LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at family home. 255 S. 4th East. Friday 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday after 10 a.m. Burial in family plot. Logan City "emetery, LeRoy A. Thomas M1LLVILLE, Cache County — LeRoy A. Thomas, 77, Millville resident 28 years, died Monday night in a Logan* hospital. Born Nov. 24, 1880. in Gold Hill. Nev., to William Eudy and Rachel Nowlin Thomas. Millworker in McGill, Nev.: member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Independent Order of Odd Fel- Jows. Survivors, si' e r, Mrs. Maude Barrel!, Evans— •>, Wyo.. and niece; and nephews Funoral Thursday noon in Millville LDS Chapel by DclMar W. Iverson, bishop. Friends call at Hall Mor- tunry in Loenn Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Berry Davis KANARRAVTLLE. Iron Cminty —Graveside services for Berry Davis, infant son of Kent Ford and Karla Berry Davis. Kanarraville, will be held in Kanarravllle City Cemetery Wednesday. 2 p.m. He died in an Iron Countv hospital shortlv after birth Monday evening. Survivors: parents: a sister. Belinda Kayc: Brandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon navis, Mr. and Mrs. Glade A, Berry: two great-grandmothers. Mrs. S. T. Ford, nil of Kanarraville: Mrs. Juanita Williams, Henderson, Nev, Burial under direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. Kenneth E. Fowers OGDEN — Funeral for Kenneth Elmer Fowers, 30, 505-22nd St., accidentally electrocuted Monday, will be Thursday. 1 p.m., Lindouist and Sons Funeral Chapel. Floyd D. Fowers, Lakeview Stake Presidency, Church of Jrsu* Christ of Latter-dav Saints, will officiate. Friends call at place of service Wednesday 7-9 p.m., Thursday . Park. .., Burial Aultorest Memorial Arlington; parents, Nephi; broth—- ' 'er, Robert ' .. _eorte Reic., _, vaiii:.; Mrs. Fred D. (Ora) Morgan. Jephi. Funeral Saturday noon, 260 5. .South Temple, Salt Lake City. • riends call there Saturday, 10.1:30 a.m. Burial Wasatch Lawn Cemetery. Thomas V. Keele EMERY, Emery County—Thomas Victor Keele. 65, died Monday about noon of natural causes. Born March 15, 1893. Emery, to Ricnard Bryant and Mary Olivia Hansen Keele. Married Edna Sorenson July 11. 1916. Castle Dale. Emery County, later solemnized Manti Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors: widow: sons, daughters, John L., Connie Joan, Emery; Weldon Victor, Dragerton. Carbon County: Mrs. Gayle Stewart, Kearns; Mrs. William Markusic, Mobile, Ala.; Melvin Richard, Co- Harvey H. Steed OGDEN—Harvey Hanna Steed 61, 3567 Porter Ave., died after a heart attack In Yellowstone Park Monday. Born Nov. 25. 1896, In Otfden, to Albert and Florence BlEler Steed. Married Phyllis Home in September, 1918. In Lo- Kan Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She died March 27. 1944. Married Zfrtta Cail Feb. 6, 1946, in Keno, Nev. Worked for Forest Service from 1P27 to 1947. Came to Ogden and worked for Utah General Depot. Retired in November, 1955. Member LDS Church and high priest. Veteran World War I. Surviving, widow: a son and daughter: Velman H., Ogden: Mrs. Dorothy Beyeler, Salt Lake City: six grandchildren; two brothers and a sister. Funeral Thursday. 11 a.m.. Aulto- rest Funeral Chapel. Burial Osden City Cemetery. Friends call at Mortuary Wednesday, 7-9 p.m., and Thursday prior. Rosemary Heiner M*ORGAN — Rosemary Heiner, Infant daughter of Robert E. J. and Camille Biesinger Heiner, Morgan, died in an Ogden hospital Monday eight hours after birth. Parents members of Morgan South Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Surviving: parents; grandparents: Mrs. Chloc Heiner, Morgan; Jack Biesinger, Los Angeles, Calif.; great grandparents, Mrs. Eliza D. Rich and Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Lake, Morgan: Mrs. C. V. Biesinger, Spanish Fork. Graveside services Wednesday, 10 a.m.. South Morgnn Cemetery. Burial directed by Lindquist and Sons Mortuary, Ogden. Gordon Trapp SEATTLE, WASH.—F u n e T a 1 services and burial will be conducted here for Gordon Trapp, 54, former Salt Lake resident. He died Monday at 4:30 p.m. at his residence here after a heart attack. lumbia, William Carbon County: Mrs. McEIprane. Salt Lake City; Mrs. Henry. Seely. Castle Dale; 17 grandchildren: a great grandchild: four brothers, six sisters. Funeral Thursday. 2 p.m., Emery LDS Ward chapel. Friends call Witbeck Funeral Home. Castle Dale, Wednesday, 7-8 p.m. t at family residence Thursday prior. Burial Emery Cemetery. ' Eva P. Torry BOUNTIFUL — Mrs. Eva Penfold Torry. 48, 116 W. 3rd North, died of carcinoma Monday 11:45 p.m. in a Salt Lake^ hospital. Born June 24, 1910, Tetonia. Idaho, to Farley and Phoebe Nelson Penfold. Marired to George B. Torry Dec. 31, 1937. Salt Lake City. Graduate LDS School of Nursing, 1932. Survivors: husband; son, Bruce, Bountiful; brother. Stanley, Haeerman. Idaho; sister. Mrs. L^'le (Ellen) Potter. Hailuy, Idaho. Funeral Thursday 10 am.. Union Mortuary Chnpel, Bountiful, where friends call Thnirsday prior. Burial Hagerman, Idaho. M. A. (Ace) Roberts MESA, ARIZ.—M. A (Acel Roberts. 62, former Utah resident, died in a Mesa hospital July 28 after a heart attack. Born in Vernal, graduate of Roosevelt High School, attended University of Utah. Veteran World War I. Married Sophia Hardy. Operated e arage at Price, organized eastern tab mail runs, vocational education instructor at Carbon College, 1941-1952. Moved to Mesa in 1952, operated Apache Motel, was machinist for O. S. Stapley Co. Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, active in Elks, Kiwanis, American Legion, Survivors: widow; five sons, W. Jerry, Richmond, Va.: Hardy G., San Lorenzo, Calif.; Richard B., James A., Salt Lake City; Robert M., Phoenix, Ariz., six grandchildren; mother, Mrs. Mamie DeWitt; five brothers, three sisters, Howard, Carl. Evan. Mesa; Homer, Tempe, Ariz.; Stanley. American Fork; Mrs. Sylvia Gull. Phoenix; Mrs. Alice Scott, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Flora Judkios, Ogden. Funeral and burial were in Mesa. Blanche Hardiii PAUL, IDAHO—Mrs. Blanche Hardm, 66, longtime Paul resident died Saturday in Rochester. Minn., following surgery. Born Sept. 17. 1891, in Day Valley. Mo., she came to Minidoka in 1914. taurht school in Pioneer and Lincoln schools there, was married Jan. 1, 1918. to Allon Hardin. was a member of the Paul Community Methodist Church which she helped organize. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Knox Craig, Des Moines. Iowa; sons. Robert and Keith Hardin. Moses Lake, Wash.; six grandchildren. Funeral services Wednesday 2 p.m. in Paul Methodist Church, the Rev. J. D. Crego officiating. Burial in Paul Community Cemetery. Friends call at Payne Mortuary Wednesday to time of services. Linda Mitchell POCATELLO, IDAHO — Linda Jean Mitchell, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Mitchell, 533 a. 19th Ave., died Monday in the 'amily home after an extended llness. She was born March 3, ,956, at Pocatello. Surviving are her parents; a brother, Leslie Jr.: sister, Karen Lynn, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Vard, Rigby. Funeral Thursday 0 a.m. in Weiser and Son Mor- uary Chapel Burial in Fielding Memorial Park, Idaho Falls, ''riends call * at mortuary until lutrsday at 8:30 a.m., and at amiiy home until time of service. Dolly Mae Hendrickson PAUL, IDAHO—Dolly Mae Hen- driekson. 54. resident of Paul the Neivs of Record MARRIAGE LICENSES Salt Lake County Thcron James Larsen 22, Midvale; Marie LaRae Fikstad, 18, Layton. Lynden Kent Butler, 18, Midvale: Caroline Iva Darius, 18. Sandy. Noal Kay Hardcastle. 22, Crescent; Lynda Fairbourn, 19, Crescent. Donald Daniel Norlhrup, 22, Salt Barbara Adair Carlson, 19, Murray. Kenneth Wayne Meadows, 21, Holladay; Paula Cherie Myers, 16, Salt Lake. Calvin Mann Bircb. 24, Salt Lake; Patricia Bitter, 21. Salt Lake. Jack Allen Taul, 20. Salt Lake: Margaret Ann Jones. 18, Salt Lake. Reed B. McCune. 19. Holladay; Fay Allinston, 18, Holladay. Wayne J. Unsworth, 20. Magna; Elinor, Fae Mcllor, 18. Salt Lake. Raymond Alonzo Davidson, 30, Salt Lake; Verla Richardson, 23. Salt Lake; Robert Clifford White, 17, Sandy: Marco B. Fitzgerald. 14. Murray. James Wallace Clooton, 40, Townsend, Mont.; Beverly Virginia Beck, 3U, Glendale, Calif. Leonard Byron jYlcKenna, 20, Salt Lake: . Arlcnc Yount, 20, Salt Lake. Warren Lee Vitzicerald, 19, Draper: Jean Smith, 18, Sandy. Joe Zvonek. 22, Salt Lake: Barbara Cueliettc-. 23, Salt Lake. Gilbert A. Martinez, 17, Lark; Dian Lundciuist, 16. "West Jordan. ANNULMENT GRANTED Third District Court Rosalie Noland Jenkins vs. Bobby Joe Jenkins. Plai'ntiff awarded decree, custody of minor child, S10 a month child support money. DIVORCES GRANTED Third District Court Nona Joy Black vs. Richard LeRoy Black, cruelty. Plaintiff granted decree, custody of minor children, S90 a month child support money, SI a month alimony, S200 attorney's fees and costs. Defendant ordered to pay debts of the parties. Betty Jane Renzo vs. Tony Ren- 20, cruelty. Plaintiff granted decree, S150 a month alimony. Defendant ordered to pay plaintiff S500 in addition to alimony, return ring, pay plaintiff's $250 attorney's fees. Dora G. Candelaria vs. Everett Candelaria Jr., mental cruelty. Plaintiff granted decree, defendant awarded equity in home of the parties. Each ordered to pay own costs. Laduska M. D. Richards vs. Preston E. Richards, failure to provide. Plaintiff granted decree, custody of minor child. 350 a month alimony. S50 a month child support .money. S150 attorney's fees. Darlene H. Lefavor vs. Vern C. Lefavor, cruelty. Plaintiff granted decree, custody of minor children, S135 a month child support money, household furniture and furnishings. S160.50 attorney's fees and court costs. Vera Elizabeth Burns vs. Robert Edgar Burns, mental cruelty. Plaintiff granted decree, restoration of maiden name. Phyllis Gottschnlk vs. Hyrum W. Gottschalk, mental cruelty. Plaintiff awarded decree, custody of minpr child, family home and 'urnishingK, $50 n month child support money, S200 attorney's fees, court costs. Car awarded to defendant. Mary K. Walker vs. Wallace B. Neivs of Record DIVORCES GRANTED Third District Court Stephen Weston Bates vs. Rachel Droubay Bates, mental cruelty. Plaintiff awarded decree, defendant awarded custody of the minor children, S150 a month child support money. Gus George Spetsas vs. Roberta M. Spetsas, mental cruelty. Plaintiff awarded decree, defendant's maiden name, Roberta M. Medina, restored. JUDGMENTS ENTERED Third District Court Mary Grace Bonafede vs. Edward Jerome Murray Jr. Defendant ordered to pay plaintiff S50 alimony during August. S100 a month for one year beginning in September, and $50 a month thereafter. Moore Furniture Co. vs. Richard H. Woodhall. Plaintiff awarded S310.08, interest and costs. Salt Lake Auto Auction and Boyd A. Swenson, et al. vs. Gordon Npren, et al. and Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland vs. Richard S. Noren. Boyd A. Swenson awarded title to 1954 car. F.obert Owens awarded title to 1955 car upon payment of S125 to Fidelitv and Deposit Co. Complaint of Salt Lake Auto Auction dismissed upon payment of 31,925 for title certificates. Robert Owens ordered to deliver title to 1956 car to deposit company under stated condition 41 Ronald K. Robertson awai'd- ed title to car, ordered to deliver title of another car to deposit company. Fidelity and Deposit Co. awarded judgment for S3.578.31 against Richard S. Noren and Gordon Noren. Upon delivery of the certificates of title stated above all complaints except Wesley Sve- '" -'s ordered dismissed with prejudice. Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. vs. John R. Woods. Plaintiff awarded $360.51. interest and costs. Peoples Finance and Thrift Co. vs. Sterling W. and Vera A. Stoker. Plaintiff awarded Sl.429.89. Legal Notices Funerals^ CARLSON—Funeral services for Orlean (Bud) Stewart Carlson will be held in the Rose Boom, 36 E. 7th South, Wednesday at 12 noon. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday prior to services. Interment Memorial Gardens of the Valley. Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary. DIXON—Funeral services for Joseph Sellers iJlxon will be held Weanusday al 10:3J a.m. in the White Chapel Mortuary 124 South 4th Kast where frienus may call U'uesaay 6 to 3 p.m. and Wednesday prior to service. Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers irlenas so wishing may contribute to Primary Children's Hospital. Funeral directors Platt Brothers. DYElt—Funeral services ior William Ii, Dyer will be conducted Thursday at 12 noon at the Sunset Lawn Mortuary, 23oU Jiast 13th South. Friends may call Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment City Cemetery, funeral directors Keddingion and V.'ela&n. ELLIS—Funeral services for Frank L. Ellis will be conducted 2 p.m. Thursday, 344 i;. 1st South, where friends may call Wednesday evening anq Thursday after 12 noon. Burial in Memorial Gardens of the Valley/Archer Thielke funeral directors. GEORGE—Funeral services for Ruth Jennette Ginos George will be conducted Wednesday al 1 p.m. at the Norih Central Park chapel, 27th South and 3rd East. Friends may call at the Union Mortuary 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday 11:30 to 1 p.m. at the ward chapel. Interment Memorial Gardens of the Valley under the direction of the Union Mortuary. INGLEBY—Funeral services for William Ingleby of 149 N. Main will be held Wednesday at 12 noon in the Kusson Brothers Mortuary chapel, 255 S. 2nd East. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to service. Interment SLC Cemetery. Russon Brothers, funeral directors. NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF UTAH. In the Matter of the Application of THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY for partial closing of its station at Layton, Utah. Case No. 4653. Notice is hereby given that the application by The Denver and JRio Grande Western Railroad Company for permission to close its station at Layton. Utah, during the period from December I5th of each year to September loth of the following year will be heard by the Public Service Commission of Utah at its office, 310 State Capitol, on Wednesday, the 13th day of August, 1958, commencing at 10:00 o'clock a.m. (Applicant represents thai substantially ail of the business transacted at said Layton station relates to the handling of traffic moving imo and out from the factory of the Layton Sugar Company located at Layton. Utah. The movement of traffic into and out from said factory occurs largely between tr.e 15th of September and the 15th of December of each year. The remainder of the traffic handled at said station consists for the most part of livestock, products of agriculture and building materials and supplies.) (Applicant further represents that it does not seek or intend at any time to close or abandon its physical facilities for the handling of carload shipments of freight at Layton. Cars may, after the clot- ing of the agency, lie set out, loaded and unloaded at Clearfield. Applicant maintains a station with an agent in charge at Cleari'iu.-d on its main line and intends that billing and the transaction of other nv'road business requiring persons' contact shall be conducted at the Clearfield station.) (Applicant further represents that the demands of the public for the handling of L.C.L. shipments moving into and out or. Layton are being fully discharged By Consolidated Freiiihtwa.vs, Inc., a duly certificated motor common carrier of property.) j By Order of the Commission. Dated at Salt Lake City, Utah, this 1st day of August. 1958. JONES—Funeral services for Thomas H. Jones will be held Thursday at 10 a.m in the Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends mry call T at the mortuary Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m and Thursday prior (Seal) B-7> C. R. OP£NSHAW JR. Lxecutive Secretary. ulK-tlnuu, tit, iiraiuuiu ui i mil me -.--.-, _-..-. _- ---,.--.-• . past year, died Saturday at her ! Walker, mental cruelty. Plain ,ome in Paul after IOIIK illness. 1 - 1 " 1 J ""~" -"*-•'" -' iorn July 18, 1904, in Minnesota. he attended school there, was a registered nurse and worked in icveral hospitals in the Butte, Hont.. area before coming to Paul. Surviving: husband. Frank A. Hendrickson. Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Joseph Pnyne Memorial Chapel, the Rev. F. C. Zinn of the Baptist Church officiating. Burial in Paul Community Cemetery. awarded decree, custody of minor children, S50 a month child support money, S5 a year alimony, S200 attorney's fees, household furniture and furnishings. Defendant ordered to pay debts of the parties. Ellen Fern Shaikh vs. Abbas Ali Shaikh, cruelty. Plaintiff awarded decree, restoration of maiden name, Ellen Fern Gines. Judgment reserved on support, alimony. Department of Commerce, BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 1, 19oo. Sealed bids, single copy, subject to the conditions contained herein, will be received at Room 202, U.S. Government Office Building, 1750 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City 4, Utah, until 10:00 a.m. on August 19, 1958, for constructing Fores Highway Project J4-C1, Gl, HI, Provo River-Haydens Fork, Summit County, Utah, consisting of 15.831 miles of base surfacing and repairs, involving principal jtems of approximately j3,500 tons crushed aggregate base, grading E: 622 tons asphalt, grade MC-0, 1, 2, or 3; and other minor items of work. The mini- num rales of wages for labor will >e those shown in the Special J rovisions. Plans, proposal forms and specifications will be fur- lished upon request to any bona ^ide or previously qualified con- ractor by the Division Engineer, bureau of Public Roads, 1750 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City 4. Utah. Plans and specifica- ions may be examined at the Regional Office, Bureau of Public loads. Room 242, Building 40, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colorado, and Associated General Contractors, Salt Lake City, Utah. K. S. Chamberlain, Regional En- to services.' Interment Sa. iy PI :lt L: .ake City Cemetery. Funeral directors Larkin Mortuary. KELLET—Requiem Mass for Eugene Kelley will be said 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Patrick's Church, 1030 W. 4th South. Holy Rosary will be recited Wednesday 8 p.m., at 344 E. 1st South where friends may call Wednesday evening after 6 p.m. Burial in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Archer Thielke funeral directors. KNUDSON—Funeral services for John W. Knudson will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Portage. Utah, LDS Ward Chaoel. with Bishop Walter Gibbs officiating. Friends may call at the residence Wednesday evening and Thursday prior to the services. Interment in Portage Cemetery. Benson Mortuary of Malad, Idaho, funeral directors.^ LARSON—Funeral services for LaRue L. Larson will be held Wednesday 1 p.m. in the Sandy 3rd Ward chapel. Friends may call at the Goff Mortuary, 8090 South State Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday at the family home from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Burial Sandy City Cemetery. Goff Mortuary funeral director. MASTORIS — Funeral services for Theodore J. Mastoris of Bingham Canyon will be held in the Greek Orthodox Holy Trinity Church Friday 2 p.m., Fathsr Steven Katsaris officiating. Prayer services Thursday, 7 p.m., 36 East 7th South. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Funeral directors. Deseret_Mortuary. OLSON—Funeral services for Bertram H. Olsou will be held Thursday. 2 p.m. in the Goff Mortuary Chapel, 8090 Soutn State where friends may call Wednesday froin 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Bunal Midvale City Cemetery. Goff Mortuary funeral dire_ctOTS. FARRISH—Funeral services for Ernest Parrish will be held Thursday at 12 noon in the 17th Ward chapel. 141 West 1st North. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Interment Centerville Cemetery. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary^ _^__^__ PEIECE—Funeral services for Earle Wagner Peirce will be held Wednesday 12:15 p.m. in the Yalecrest Ward chapel, 1035 South 18th East. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 2CO East South Temple, Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday from 10 to 11 a,m. Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors Larkin Mortuary. gineer. <B-8) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids for most phases of construction for a 32-umt apartment project, which is to start immediately, are desired and will be received at the office of The Utah Realty and Construction Company, 48 North 6th West Street, owner and general contractor. Plans and specifications are available to Qualified contractors. (B-G) Funerals BATE—Funeral services for Harriet Ellen Green Bate will be held at the Riverton First Ward chapel Thursday at 12 noon. Friends may call at the mortuary. 36 E. 7th South. Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the ward chapel Thursday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Interment Rivertor. City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Dcseret Mortuary. MILLER—Funeral services for Freda Haltiner Miller will be held in the Rose Room, 36 E. 7th South. Thursday at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday E rior to services. Interment Salt ake City Cemetery. Funeral directors. Deseret Mortuary. PRESTON—Funeral services for Ada Combes Preston, 328 .Heatllfr Funerals VINCENT—Funeral services for John H. Vincent will be conducted Thursday, 2 p.m., at Sun set Lawn Mortuary, 2350 Eas 13th South. Friends may cail Wednesday 8 to 9 p.m. and Thurs day prior to services. Interment City Cemetery. Funeral directors Keddingtoii and Weldpn. florist* Brown Floral Flowers Cut Fresh Doily Charge Account! Welcomed EM 4-5544 Heqdstones, Monuments OPPOSITE CITY CEMETERY MARKERS—MONUMENTS BRONZE VASES SALT LAKE MONUMENT CO 186 N Street EM 4-4025 Card of Thanks Emily Post SAYS: Very often a card of thanks meets a need which can hardly be solved in any other way. Not only is it a gracious expression of gratitude to those who have sent floral tributes but also cour. teously acknowledges the service and kindness of the many others to whom a personal note of thanks cannot well be mailed or whose names and addresses are not kViown. Insertion of the card of thanks may be arranged by telephone. We have many wording suggestions to assist you. Just say "Charge it." Call Miss Jenkins. EM 3-1525 Ext. 344. 1—Special Notices CLASSIFICATION INDEX Need an Expert? Lost and Found £Help Wanted 7 to 11A &For Rent 14 to 27 •fr Real Estate 28 to 36 * For Sale Misc. 47 to 51 £ Automobiles 5; Please Note In event of error, notify our Classified Department at once. Advertisers are expected to check the first insertion: we will not be responsible for any errors after thp first day When cancelling an ad demand a "KILL" number. No allowance made without it Read your art carefully before placins it. Due to mechanical operation, it is impossible to correct or change an ad until after it has appeared one time. When phoning your Want Ad always ask for the ad to be repeated back to you. Be sure to check your phone number and address. it's So Easy to Place a "WANT AD" DIAL EM3-1525 SPECIALIZE in FUNERAL SERVICE RECORDINGS Phone HU 4-1667 1X—Mining—Uranium-Oil UTAH high grade manganese, road to mine. Recent shipments. Write 4172 College Dr., Ogden. or dial EX 4-8572. 3—Lost and Found TAN BRIEFCASE Lost 4th E. 5th So. Western Service Publishing papers of value to owner only. Reward EM 3-1137. ^OST: Billfold on bus bet. Wendover and Salt Lake. Money and pnners needed badly. EM 4-4932. 126 S. 9th East. Reward. LOST—Lady's Rogers wristwatch. Pink cold. Engraved heart on back. Sentimental value. Reward. EM 3 ; 6839. LOST: Lisht tan Snmsonite suitcase between Arimo. Idaho, nnd Tremonton. Utah. Reward. AM 54189. LOST—2 black and white border Collie dogs. 1 male. 1 female, betw. Peoa. Utah, nnd Park City. Call_HU4 : 9380 collect. REWARD—Blonrle rocker snaniel with Bnrkeles. Cnlif.. tat:. Nr. 130 S. 13t.h East. Cnll DA 2-^761 Ext. 301. days. Eves. EL 5-9416. Street, will be held Thursday at iviRE^HATR terrier, white and BLATNICK—Requiem mass for Amelia Blatnick will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the St. Therese Church. Recitation of Holy Rosary will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Goff Mortuary chapel. 8090 S. State, where friends may call Tuesday 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday prior to services. Burial in Midvale City Cemetery. Goff Mortuary, funeral directors. 12:15 p.m. in the Tenth LDS Ward chapel, 430 South 8th East. -Friends may call at the Colonial Mortuary, 2128 South State, Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the yard chapel Thursday one hour prior to services. Interment in Salt Lake City Cemcter--. Funeral directors, Kay and Graff. POPE—Funeral services for Minnie M. Holdaway Pope will be held Thursday at 12 noon in the Larkin MortuaVy Chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Funeral directors Larkin Mortuary. SAXTON—Funeral services for Sarah Ann Hall Saxton will be held Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in the White Chapel Mortuary. 124 South 4th East, where friends may call Tuesday 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to service. Interment City Cemetery. Funeral di- rectorsPlatt Brothers. SCHERNER — Funeral services for Kamilla Almn Patzig Schemer v.-ill be held Thursday at 12:15 Chnpel Mor- j tuary. 124 s. 4tn East, where ' friends may call Wednesday, 6-8 p.m., and Thursday prior to services. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Platt Brothers. brown snots, lost vie. 18th F,. nnd 9th South. Ais. to Mac. EL 5-2908 or EM 3-9213. ______ LOST— Purse. Valley Vu Drive In, Mon. S6S in bills. Urgently needed. HU 6-G722. 940 W. Colmor. LOST— Grenn" and yel'ow parakeet - vie. 4th "Dickie E., 3rd So. Ans.- to Rew._EM 3 : 4833 ; _ _ LOST— Lady's Elgin yellow gold" wrist watch at 7.00 Sunday, Aug. 3. Re_ward. AM 2-0193 after 6. _ LOST — Lari.v's onyx ring, Wards. _Rewar_d. AMJ-3227_ after 6_P.m.__ LOST: White fox""terrifff. brown ears, red collar. Rew. HU 4-3351. LOST: Black Persian cat. 8 yrs. $10 rew. IN 7-8221 or HU 5-1628. 4—Personals BROKEN 'DENTURES "NEED TEETH" WHILE U WAIT Old plate duplicated. EM 3-9114. 214 Atlas Bldg._ _ 36'.i W.Jnd S. VACATION in Yellowstone. Blue Jay House Trailers. Pick up or leave at Cody. Jackson, Gardiner. W. Yellowstone. Call HU 5-5182. TORRY—Funeral services for Eva Tenfold Torry will be conducted Thursday 10 a.m. in the Union Mortuary Chapel at Bountiful with Bishop Harold L. Pope officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday prior to service. Interment HaKerman, Idaho, Cemetery under direction of the Union Mortuary. They'll Dolt Every Time! By Jimmy Hallo 'OlNHOOEV THE MIND READER'S BIS STUNT IS TELLING 4UDIENCES WHERE TO FIND LOST OBJECTS— VOUR QUESTION is; "WH/IT HAPPENED TO HERM4N'S COLO TOOTHPICK?"MV DE4R MODOM, yOU WILL FIND IT UNDER THE THIRD ROSEBUSH IN _jUT 4NVn-llMG H4LFWAV PR4C- T1C4L LIKE KEEPING TR4CK OF MIS OWN SPECS"Trl4rs MUCH TOO MUCHO/ ' MV GL4SSES— ^£ WHERE THE HECK X A RE MV GLASSES? ' I'M SURE I H4D •EM ON THE BUS-NOW LET ME THINK — TOUPEES Undetectable. featherweight, foi private consultation phone AX'5- 2349 or EL 9-7701. UNWANTED KAIR REMOVED. Guar. results. ANNA GREGORY, 12SO E. South Temple. EM 9-8891. WOMEN'S formals. 'suits, dresses, skirts and coats. S2 to S15. Nearly New Clothing Shop, 312 E. 1st So. YOUR desires realized via self Hypno Therapy Free consult. _open_eves^HUJ7-729L IN_6 ; 9355.__ PRIVATE and semi-private tutor- ins in mathematics by aualified, _exper. instructor. CR 7-7354. HOME reducing unit. Soiled in shipment Ree $69 SO. «,ic. S35 HU 5-9474. Call between 12 and 4. ANTIQUES, suns, coins, stamps. Buy. Fell, trade. Booh've. 68 S West Temple. EL 9-9052. ANIMAL Rescue League needs acreacc proper zone. HU 5-8425, EL 9-03C7, IN 7-5370- • PERMANENT HATH REMOVAL. F.VELYN PTXTON. elertrolori';!, Suite 219._Hote! Utah. EL 5-3277. CONTACT LENSES. Fr<-o consul- tntion. EL 9-0466. Write ntah Ton- tact Lens_Assn.. Box 56n._S.L.C. READING P F 0~B L B'MS. NON^ READERS. SLOW R* 1 * HERS Professionaj_help. EL 5-6269. WEDDING? Formnl? Mnn. rent your summer fornial it P.OSEN'S F.L5-107R. 118 So. Main. SCHOOL SPECTAL. Slfl wave for S6. Frnnrom Bn-"itv S^lon. 1354 So. llth East. IN 6-5315. GUITAR lesions. Privpte instrument furnished. EM 4-6275. FINE v ANTIQUES—666 F. 4th S. _We_buy,_sell. EM 3-3439. IN 7-4705. PRIVATE DETFrfrTV* Licensed _andJionded._AM_2 ; 19_87 J MODF^N oiaio r>vt. lessons. Easy, fun. Music Centre. DA 2-0449. HAIRCUTS by SY F.L 5-2961. Ext 120. Tem. Sq. Hotel. PET CEMETERY—"ickup service HU 4-3070 Stop Drinking." Call A.A. EM 3-1847 ACCORDION lessons in your ^iome. Inst. turn. EM 3-4882. HOME MADE BREAD 5—SI Open 2-7 p.m. 2102 S.W. Tomnle 4 BOTTAT, lots. M«mnrt.M Gardens of the Valley. IN 6-3388. LEARN TO DRIVE CORRECTLY ISxper. instructor. _DA-2-0155. GROW RICH WHILE ASLEEP Bon Swcetlnnd System HU 4-1282 DR ARTHUR W OLSEN. chlroT nrnrtnr 5030 E. 13th S HI) 4-5330 EOEiVTi shl'^inont of Oriental sifts. Amy'», 70 W. 1st South. 4—Personals WOMEN SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS AT ANY AGE-BE A PBX SWITCHBOARD RECEPTIONIST Short training period, low tuition, day or evenine classes. No ace barrier. Good salaries. SALT LAKE CITY SWITCHBOARD SCHOOL 502 1 503_Felt_BldE. EL 5-8360 'DENTAL PLATES Repairing Specialists NEW LOCATION, 465 S. 7th East BROKEN OR CRACKED PLATES Teeth replaced while U wait. Old plates dup._Guar. EMJM184. SPECIAL Aue., Sept. New Treatsy' S3.95. Not a perm. Induces natural curl. Perms. S3.95 up. It pays to drive to Patsy's Powder Puff in Am. Fork. Open 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., by appt. Mon. throuch Sat. Coral Theater Bldg. _Main_ St_Phone_379-J_or_447-W. PRIVATE DETECTIVE INVESTf- CATION OF ALL TYPES. DIVORCE CASES THOROUGHLY INVESTIGATED. 24-HR. SERVICE. LICENSED, BONDED. ROOM 417, PHILLIPS PETHO- LEUM BLDG.. or Ph. EL 5-4666. TV-STAGE-SCREEN CAREER Stylist in son':, dramatic art, disc jockey Affiliated witb al! guilds. EM 3-5163. FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH The amazing body tonic. Write tor free booklet today. PROCKER & CAMPBELL RESEARCH INST. 21 King St. East Toronto. Ont, GOODRICH READING CENTER PHONIC METHOD TutorinK schools in reading and spelling. Two locations. CR 7-1651. SPECIAL creme oil cold wave, S5 complete. Plaza Beauty School. 2121-lOth East. IN 6-0015. 5-Mossaje and Bath MASSAGE for health. Relieve tension and relax. 737 E. 4th South. EM 4-6669. MINERAL HEALTH baths. Body and foot massage. 8 a.m. to 10 P.m. 83 N. Main. Kaysville 82. LANE MASSAG'E SALON — For ladies and gentlemen. EL 5-4572. 6—Travel, Bus Lines FOR~srva^^n~yo^tt~never^'. PERSONNEL_OFFICE_4th.FLOOR ^ Wanted-Womeii EXPERIENCED " TEA ROOM HOSTESS AGE 30-45 6 day week Hours 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Excel, working' condition* Apply MR. SHAW MAKOFF EIGHT TELEPHONE RECEPTION- , ISTS WANTED. NO EXPERI- ^ ENCE NECESSARY EARN • WHILE YOU LEARN. FULL OR PART TIME. APPLY ROOM 99 ATLAS BUILDING. PRIVATE SECRETARY ONE OF S.L.'S TOP SECRETARIAL JOBS. 3 TO 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE NEEDED. AGE RANGE 25-40. TYPE 60, SHORTHAND 90. BOOKKEEPING KNOWLEDGE HELPFUL 5350 MO. TO START. APPLY, MR. BARRETT, DA 2-1433. Earn 1he Opportunity to Win a Mink Stole plus extra money. We have this earning opportunity. Full or part time. We train. Home interviews. Luzier Cosmetics. EM 35746 or HU 5-9997. RECEPTIONIST AND ASSISTANT for doctor's office. Reply to Box L-12, this paper, giving experience, other Qualifications, and salary desired. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON to work in fur dept. Store benefits. Permanent. Apply Bet spend 20 glorious days in ! IMMED. opening. Part or full time. H.T-..I— -r.-. — ~~,.. *.__,__„_- y oung woman for general housework and baby care. Must live in. Wages plus priv. rm., bath ana board. Kef. des. Starting Mon. Mexico. Tot. pr. S315 includes trans., lodging, food, guide serv., deep sea fishing, bullfights, dancing, swimming, pyramids, gondola rides, etc. Aug. 12-31. Mexican Tours, 884 W. 3 S., Frovo, _FR 4-1576^ DRIVERS to drive cars to surrounding cities and west coast cities. Also from Detroit and Chicago, etc. This is not employment. Deposit and references necessary. 3403 S. State or phone IN 6-0908. HOLIDAY FAMILY PLAN Rent a Hertz Car to your destination. 5 for the price of 1. He- turn by plane or train Cal) Max ..Miner EM 4-6411 CARS for qualified drivers. New York. Los Angeles, San Francisco. ' ' Call HAVE PLANE WILL TRAVEL . anywhere, anytime. Low rates. EL 9j;488fK_ WANT ride to San Francisco. Leave Aug. 9-10 or 11. EL 9-3033. TAKE 2 riders to L.A. 8-9-'58. 859 S. 6th East. EM 4-5791. NEED ride tc. Portland. 128 J St. EL 9-5234. 7-HejMVonted-Women PERSONNEL FOR WINTER RESORT IN DEATH VALLEY, CALIF., FOR 8 MONTHS: Women—Dinner cooks Women—Breakfast cooks Women.—Waitresses Desk clerk— Women—Curio shop Women—Housekeepers Women—Maids APPLY MANAGER, ROOM 112. TRAVEL LODGE, 144 W. NORTH TEMPLE, AUG. 8. £r GIRLS-WOMEN -^ EARN UP TO $50 DAILY Comm. Sell America's finest Christmas cards. Thousands of customers waiting to give you orders. Come in, phone or write for samples. WESTERN ART STUDIOS 18 East 8th South DA 2-3903 TONY DE CARLO STUDIOS OF BALLROOM DANCING Is now interviewing women bet. 18-30 for their free training program in teaching, interviewing and supervising. Full or part time. Guaranteed placement upon completion. Good salaries and opportunities. HU 4-6022. HOUSEWIVES PART TIME We need additional neat houfe- wives as Jewelry Fashion Show directors. Work 3 hrs. a day, 3 days a week. "Averase S3 per hr. Comm. Free training. HU 6-6408. WALE or female accountant to do accountins and some secretarial work for medical, dental clinic in So. Salt Lake. Must be exper. Write in your own handwriting, giving qualifications and expected salary, to Box K-27. care of this paper. 3 GIRLS - 18-25 free to travel West Coast. S200 mo. guar. Average up to S100 per week. Transportation furnished. No exp. ncc. Representing nat'l. publishers saleswork. See. Mrs. Eller, Congress Hotel, 2nd S. and State, from 10-2. MACHINE SEWERS We have openings for sewing machine operators exper. in manufacture of men's suits. Good wages with incentive pay. Apply 130 S. West Temple. HOMEMAKERS! Earn up to S3 comm. per hr. working 9:30 to 1:30 or V 2 days for Avon Cosmetics. Earnings start at once. For appt. call EL 5-5147. interview EXP. 'SECRETARY 22 years or over. Excel, typist, j Good shorthand. Dictaphone exp. Some legal background desired but not necessary. Call Mr. Thomas or Mr. Bakes. EL 9-8G93. Call EL 9-7621, ext 12, a.m., or CR 7-941C p.m. PERMANENT position. office work, for capable and responsible woman. Shorthand not required. 5-day week. Excellent opportunity for right person. Write giving qualifications to Box _L-23._care_of this paper. WANTED, very attractive secretary receptionist. Must be good typist. Variety in work Some travel, and TV work. Good start- ins salary and periodic raises. _E^._g-643_3_for_aop_ointnierit.. EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Student X-ray technician, 20-30 yrs., Hsh school grad. Stipend. Call Mrs. Goi'die. DA 8-8442. ext. 41, wkdys, ]-5 p.m. STENOGRAPHER for permanent position with auto, and fire ins. company. 5-day. 35-hr, week. Walker Bank Bldg. Call DA 25533 for appt- ._ PART TIME General office work. Small office. 24-hr. weeTc. EM 4-3741 for_ interview. MIDDLE-AGED housekeeper. Two male adults in family. Do not aoply unless you are Kood cook. Good wages. Call after 7 p.m. EL 5-5613. BOOKKEEPER Accounts payable and receiv- ab'e Must be experienced. Wagstaff Oil Co. 1717 Beck St. Idaho Demonstrators for sensational toy, in stores. Write P.O. Box 1116, Woods Cross, Utah. WANTED — Baby sitter. 5-day week. Live in. Call EM 3-4605 from 3 to 11 p.m. Thurs. throuRh Friday. Ask for Mr. Walton or 5110 S, 2nd W.. Murray, anytime. WAITRKS-S wanted for new cafe and drive-in. Must be neat, clean and experienced. Aoply in ner- _son._1308 Foothill Dr. IK 6-0746. EXPERIENCED cashier with pless- inu personality. Age 22 to 38. Best of working cond. Personnel Dept.. Hotel Utah._ WOMAN OVER 25 for saif?s work, phonocraph records. Exrcer nref 23 W. 3rd S. Cousin _Rays _Record_Bar. ____ SHOE saleslady with exper. Excel. opn Fine working cond. fnr ouaiifieri party. Apply FAIM shoe__de_p_t. ___ WOMAN to work in Drive Inn. Steady employment. Both full r,r part time. No exnor. nen»s«ary. _Apply in person. 1414 5. Main. _ RECEPTIONIST for dental office. Business bncksroi'nd nee O'-'or 30 Reply Box L-13, care of this _ _ _ _ EXPERIENCED cosmetic Fale?Indy. Also experienced c^hirr. Apply City nruir. Provo. Phone FR 3-7210 _ LADY cook, 2 meals per day. Msy have othnr job. Live in nice priv. home. 327 Sherman Ave. IN 7- _03I5. PART or ftill-time positions from Logan to St Gnnrge demonstrnt- ins Stanlev Home Products. Write P.O. Box 534. S.L.C. 10. DF.NTAL assistant for p»rm. position. Exoer. reouired. Reply Box L-13. care o' this paper. WOMAN as companion, baby tender while mother works. Urn., board, small wages. HU 6-6090. EXPER. WAITRESSES Excel, working cond., good salary, tips. 21 to 35. Local ref. required. DEE'S 437 S. MAIN EXPERIENCED waitress. Sun. and holidays off. Apply CONGRESS HOTEL COFFEE SHOP, 167 S. State. SCHOOLGIRL or young woman to care for 2 children. Light housework. Live in. Indian Hills Dis- _trict._HU4-4247__after _7_p.m. CARE of our 8-year-old daughter. Your home or mine. Vicinity of Co.wriff Memorial School. HU 50574 after 6 p.m. and Sat. PART time bookkeeper, 1-4 p.m., M-W-F. R. F. Kirkham & Co., SOI _Deserct-BlriK. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper-typist between ages 30-45. Citirens' Finance Co., 140 S. 2nd East. L.P.N. will do priv., part-time nursing, day. Have car, good ref. EL 9-0704. CARE of children or elderly ladies, my home. Call EL 5-6842 ajiterji^p.rn. LOVING care for your child. Clean LDS home. Fenced yard. 1476 W._2320_South,._IN_6_-1807. IRONiNG. Pick up' and del.. 7~5c md 85c per^hour^INf^seM. CURTAINS, bedspreads', table cloths. Pickup, deliver. IN 7-4492. CURTAINS hand laund. No pin holes. Pickup, deliver. EL 9-9676. CHILD CARE—Lie. 160 S. 7~th J- as LJ?. A . 2-2798 or CR-7 3625. EXP. 24JIR. care. Children, 2-5 yrs. Vic. 15th S. 4th E. HU 4-0401. EXPERT IRONING EM 4-2804 UNIVERSITY students to sell alum, storm doors and awnings. _Styline Furniture^ 909 S. State. MANAGERS and~alesladieT~over 21 yrs. urgently needed. Ex-Cel- Ci_s Cosmetics. EL 9-3672. MATURE LDS woman, cnre for children and home: live in, •pri- .vate apt. DA 2-2292. EXPER. waitress wanted. Armly in person. New China Cafe. 2161 _S. State. WOMAN for Vb-dny countfr wofkT Furn. apt. and wages. 247 E. 2nd South. HOTEL maid. Anply after 2 D.m , _48 Post_Office Placc._ [ EXPER. waitress.'Hrs. 2:30-8 n.m _ Carl ton _Hotel Coffee _Shop. WOMAN for general housework Good wages. _Live in._EL 5-8031. EXPER. shirt ooerntor. Sunbeam Laundry, 1050 S._Main. EL5-7202 L STENOGRAPHER for law office. Apply 1010 Boston Bldg. WHEN YOU NEED HELP Place A "Want-Ad" DIAL EM 3-1525 9-Men Want Work PAINTING, CLEANING By couple. Free estimate, work _EuaranteecL_EMjl ; 2143_. EXP. office mgr. desires position with a future. Exper. in cost acctg. purchasing, C. & C. EL 9^2903 or EM 3-4690. HAULING-TREES REMOVED Garages, bsmts. cleaned. IN 6-1194 LAWN cutting, trimming, maintenance, planting, general yard _clean-up._etc._HU 5-9675. EXPER. industrial accounts receivable supervisor. AKO 32 LDS. ^Forjnterview, IN 7-5630. LIGHT hauling, trash, rubbish. _Keneral_c]eamnK^_EL_5-9969._ ALL kinds of plumbing—old and new. EM 4-8925. WEEDING, yard work, odd jobs, _hauling._etc. EM 3-8379. YOUNG man wants work on ranch or farm. IN 6-4229. ^A—Employment Agencies DIVERSIFIED AGENCY 26 West 3rd South STENOS. ' " S275 BOOKKEEPER—S.H. need car S260 STLNO.—Top, fincle to S300 GEN OFF.—part time to $30 wk. MANY MALE POSITIONS OPEN., Georgia Day, Inc. 442 SO. MAIN DA 2-1228 Many terrific lobs available for secretaries, stcnos., genl. of- cox MANY EXCELLENT POSITIONS Employment Service— Sugar Hous« ll.y_?l"81_ _ __ 1233_WIIminHtqn EXP.-SERVICE STA. ATTENDANT NEVADA-WESTERN • EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 76 S.W. Temple

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