The Times-News from Nephi, Utah on March 13, 1991 · 5
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Nephi, Utah
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Wednesday, March 13, 1991
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Kathy's Corner About those aerosol cans. . . by Kathy Riggs 1 USU Extension Home Economist ! Not long ago, you may remember, a lot of en-vironmental and health concerns centered around the use of aerosol products containing (CFC 8), Kathy Riggs which were suspected of depleting the earths ozone layer. Since you still see aerosol products on the shelves, you may be wondering how they ever escaped federal regulations. Well, heres what has happened to the CFC issue as it relates to aerosol containers. Since 1978, when U.S. regula-1 tions banned most CFC use as aerosol propellants, 98 percent ' of aerosols made and sold in the j country have not contained CFCs. The products you now see on the shelves at the supermarket, pharmacy, and hardware stores contain propellants other than CFCs. The remaining percent are products exempt from federal regulations and include mostly medical and pharmaceutical products such as asthma inhalers. You may also be interested to know that according to the Consumer Aerosol Products Council, aerosol cans are recyclable. Almost 90 percent of aerosol containers are made of tinplated steel and are recyclable as steel cans. The tin also is recovered during processing, and in todays industrial recycling facilities, any propellent or product that may be left in the cans presents no hazard. Consumer protection is another important aspect of aerosol cans. Aerosols are sealed so the contents cannot leak or spill The sealed container protects the product inside from contamination, which is a must with first-aid sprays and products shared by family members. The seal also prevents the product from evaporating. Manufacturers of aerosol 'products maintain that the itemsare designed Tor easy use, effectiveneess, and economy, and that they have advantages not available in any other form j of packaging. Shaving cream, cooking sprays, no-touch disinfectants, asthma inhalers, and wasp and hornet sprays are just a few examples of products that take advantage of aerosol Levan weather Vem Mangelson, reporter technology. Consumers should be aware, however, that aerosol products can be misused. The Consumer Aerosol Products Council offers guidelines to help you get the most out of your aerosol product in a safe, effective manner. First, follow the directions on the product label. Some aerosols need to be shaken to mix the product ingredients and the propellent. Also, most aerosols must be kept upright in order to get the proper mix of contents. Midnight Express plans bake sale The Midnight Express wrestling club will hold a bake sale Saturday, March 16 at Nephi Lumber Company. The sale will be held from 12 noon to 3 p.m. and will feature home-made items. Please come out and support the club, said a Midnight Express spokesman. Kottage Keepsakes Craft a gift Boutique New hours: Mon. i Toes. 12:30 to 6 p.m. Closed Wed. Thun. & Fri. 12:30 to 6 Open on 1st Sat. of each month for make and take-its. 'watch for our' SPRING FUNG APRIL 6TH , Craft Classes. Mon. Tues. Evenings! Craft Kits for groups, clubs, relief society available. Gift certificates and wedding gift lists. 295 South Main PHONE 623-5327 cp cp C? 5 The Times-News Nephi, Utah March 13, 1991 Rent for the first three months, get the fourth month free. One and two bedroom apartments available at Mt. Shadow Apartments, Nephi. Call 623-2099. Equal Opporturtty HoudnB (K)& Oloxcftv sYidfiltk l.l flHft WXOirlls We guarantee your satisfaction. And our experience in preparing complete and accurate tax returns will give you peace of mind. America's Tax Jean. Put us to work for you! 48 North Main, Nephi 623-1407 Hours 8:30 - 2, Mon. thru Fri. Saturday by appointment mm ill a I WHITE ROOFING LETS DEAT THE RUSH!! CALL NOW FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ROOFING AND REPAIRS! Call Shannon for alt your roofing needs, re-roofing and repairs. Commercial and ResidentaiL WHITE ROOFING 623-0241 If you fail to shake the can and use the proper dispensing position, you may end up expelling all of the propeUent and still have a sizeable amount of prod- Local wrestlers attend Price meet Saturday The Midnight Express wrestling club attended a meet in Price Saturday. Winners were Tyson McPherson and Kolyer Andersen, first; Mike Mangelson, David Delong, Tony McPherson, and Kolby Andersen, second; and Chad McPherson, third. David Delong won an award for the quickest pin in his division. Also attending were Seth McPherson, Jeff Peterson, Aaron Mangelson, Andrew Davidson, Chris Parkin, Chet Ludlow, Garrison Ludlow, Jason Kelsey, Bryon Ewelly, and Brandon Taylor. LOCAL LISTINGS SO ACRES AND THREE-BEDROOM HOME. Mona proparty comes with 2 shares of irrigation water. Free Cable TV. Owner ready to deal. $85400.00 SUPER CLEAN SINGLES HAVEN. Own for less than rent. One-bedroom , bungalow. $10,400.00. ATTENTION INVESTORS! Beautiful duplex. Meticulously cared for, two-bedroom 2 bath units. 78400.00 CANTON HIDE-A-WAY! 180 acres, mountain views and seclu- - sion. $235400.00. OLDER CLASSIC. Darling remodeled two-bedroom home in Nephi. Ready to move in. $29,900.00 ANIMAL RIGHTS. Very clean four- bedroom home. Partially finished basement. $4840040. Wordby Better iTtrjHOJHS. Call Teriat 623-0431 for these and many other properties. WERE CHANGING! WATCH FOR OUR AO IN NEXT WEEKS TCSSS-NZWS PROPERTY OF THE WEEK! JUST REDUCED 625 acres includes good feed yard, 150 acres of meadow, good water. Reduced to $300,000.00 CALL LADAUN AT 623-2773 NEBO AGENCY Ken Orton, Broker 465-2535 host. Have spots and dirty traffic paths on your carpet? Rent the Host Dry Extraction Carpet Cleaning system. It deep deans carpets the last and easy way. Deodorizes and leaves a fresh scent, too. CHAPMAN FURNITURE 27 South Main Nephi, Utah ret left in the container without ;iny way to release and use it. Finally, be aware that some aerosol containers have red dots on their rims. By lining up the valve opening with the red. dot and holding the can at a 45-degree angle, you can get the last bit of product out of the container. This is made possible since the tube inside the container that controls the flow of the can contents is always angl-,ed over to one side. Nephi weather E.C. Sherwood, reporter Date High Low Prec. Snow From page one Easter, Memorial Day preparations locations in Juab County areas at Little Sahara and the throughout the year. , beaches of Yuba State Park. Along with manning the road After 10 p.m., a noise ordinance blocks, officers will be patroling will be enforced and recreational the dunes and campground vehicles must be parked. USED WHEEL LINES, HAND LINES & PIVOTS. Also new mgabon equipment. Largest parts inventory in the intermountain west. TOLL FREE 1-800451-3201 HARWARD IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 1 350 NORTH MAIN. SPANISH FORK, UT K 4-D PLUMBING & BUILDERS' SUPPLY 66 SOUTH MAIN, NEPHI, UTAH CALL 623-1153 FOP SERVICE Heating Service Plumbing Service Electrical I Licensed Contractor We Service What We Sale! "C Factory Trained personnel! X For Sale Notices 1979 Chevrolet truck Brown and white. Cood condition. Call Vicki Jarrett at 623-1201 9 OPEN HOUSE This Saturday at 307 North 2nd West, Nephi, 9am to 5 p m Must see to believe 623-2140 or 756-1032. 11 Yard sale 575 North 2nd West, Nephi All household items to be sold Reasonable 10 am till sold, Saturday, March 16 11 Three-bedroom 3500-square-foot brick home with 2 'a -car garage, fenced yard, and third-acre lot 560,000. 495 East 3rd North, Nephi 623-1894. 11 Yard sale Diesel tractor, $7,000 Lawn mower, girls' 24-inch bike. Barbie house, trampoline, bed, books, clothes, more Saturday, March 16, 9 a.m. to 5 p m , 495 East 3rd North, Nephi 11 Two acres plus in northwest Nephi. Very reasonable 623-1298 or 785-2343 10-11 B MUST SELL Two arch-style buildings 25 x 30 and 40 x 40 Call (208) 525-1528. 11 Any of Bernie Tidwell's friends interested in sending a message on video tape to Germany should call Anna at 623-1822 or Ben at 623-1911 11 Please check your Times-News classified ad the first week it appears If you find a Imistake, telephone us promptly The Times-News will be responsible for one in-jcorrect insertion only t-fas your life been affected by drinking? Call Alcoholics Anonymous at 623-1456 or 1623-2371 Meetings twice weekly 8tf Here are Times-News classified ad rates: b04 per five words or portion of five words, $3 minimum No discount on additional weeks No refunds on ads cancelled after the deadline Has your life been affected by someone else's drinking Call Al-A-Non at 623-1315 or 623-0485 Meetings twice weekly Tuesday at 1 p m , Thursday, 7 30 to 8 30 p m !! Queen-sized pieced quilt tops Lone stars, log cabins, etc. Beautiful cola fabric Mary Carol Coble, 623-1191 cabins, etc. Beautiful colors and 11 1976 Nomad 21-foot trailer See at 646 North 5th East, Nephi, or call 623-0479 12 FmHA home. No down payment 1 percent interest if you qualify See at 245 North 6th East Nephi, or call Rue Abraham at Honest Abe Realty, 527-3220. 12 Red Pontiac potatoes. $10 per 100-lb jack Call 623-0664 or 623-1 767 12 Building lot -with storage -shed -$9,500 Located middle of North 800 block on 1st E ast, Nephi Phone (309) 346-9307. 1 2 Four-bedroom brick home 2,200 square feet, completely finished Two baths 635 North 1 st West. Nephi 623-0555 1 2 Nephi building lots One at 3rd North and 8th East One at 7th East and 4th North Close to schools 623-0555 12 1988 Ford 4 -ton pickup. V8 engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, cruise control, new tires and wheels - 1 $8,400 Call 623-1820 12 Qan J Qf JhanltS For a beautiful lawn this summer, aerate now Rent your aerator from Ostler's Small Engine Repair, 148 South 1st East, Nephi 623-2171. lOtfB ID ID ID ID ID ID I D The deadline tor ALL news and D I ID ALL advertising is MONDAY at Dl I D 5 p.m. Classified ads are pay- D I ID able in advance, except to Dl ID those who have advertising ac- Dl I D counts with us. 23tf D I ID Dl IDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDI New and used lawn mowers and tillers New Poulan chain saws Ostler Small Engine Repair, 148 South 1st East, Nephi 623-2171 IQtfB See Chapman Furniture, 27 South Main, Nephi, for all your floor covering needs Expert installation available 21tfB We have wedding lists for all Nephi area weddings $2 or $5. 4-D Plumbing and Builders' Supply, 66 South Main, Ne-phi 21tfB Thinking about wedding gifts? We have wedding lists for $1, $2, $5, and up Nephi Lumber Company, 1005 North Main, Ne-phi 6230147. 27tfB For Rent Remodeled two-bedroom home. Doublepane windows Very nice No pets $260 per month 395 South 1st East Nephi Call 623-0622 for information 10-11B Nice, clean apartmenL Cood location Storage shed, laundry hookups, no pets, Services Spring's almost here Time to have your lawn mower and tiller serviced Ostler's Small Engine Repair, 148 South 1st East, Nephi 623-2171 HtfB Experienced baby sitters Afternoons, evenings, Monday through Friday All day Saturday Allison, Kathy, or Valerie Gibson, 623-0390 tf I would like to thank all who came to my missionary farewell and who gave me money and sifts Thanks to all my family and friends for the love and support they give me Brad Carroll 11 Thanks to everyone for the help following my recent accident, especially to Dr Kart-chner and fellow workers Thanks for the many phone calls of concern, get-well cards, and food Thanks, everyone Bob Tolley 11 Help Wanted no smoking Call 623-2166 13 Business Opportunities Make $$ spare time. No vending, franchise, or perishables. Investment secured 100 percent with environmentally safe product. Unique program. Designed for expansion (800)658-5169 11 cuvr; n JJL UjUTI Beautifully remodeled throughout. New carpeting and vinyl. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Assumable loan at 9 12 interest. Payments app. $250.00 per month. i .j 9 b 4 ft TAURUS PLUMSINS 4 EXCAVATING, 210 Wed Center Street NEPHI, UTAH 84648 lu PkMfo 823-2011 i&! CALL IFCDS EJflPElBT SEEVDCE -C For all your: 'Plumbing, a 9 types Hes3ng Rcpdrs, s3 types Gcj Furrfces 4 Inez 'Remodels New Construction Bscfchoe War Fret Etmstes Call Alex or Mike at 623-201 Legal Notices NOTICE TO WATER USERS The State Engineer received the following applications to appropriate water in Juab County (locations in SLB&M) Persons objecting to an application must file a protest stating the reasons for the protest To have a hearing before the state engineer, persons must request a hearing in the protest Protest must be filed in duplicate with the State Engineer, 1636 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, Jtah 84116, (801) 538-7240, on or before April 27, 1991 These are informal proceedings as per Rule R625-6-2 of the Division of Water Rights (LEGEND. Points) of Diversion POD, Place of UsePOU, Nature of Use USE) 66-367 (A65145) Eugene J Aagard QUANTITY 0 015 cfs or 3 0 ac-ft SOURCE 6-inch well 100 ft to 500 ft deep POD N 1000 W 895 from E 'A Cor Sec 27, T15S, R1W (2 5 miles east of Chicken Creek Reservoir) USE Stockwatering 240 head of livestock POU SEV4NEVJ Sec 17, T15S, R1W 66-368 (A65146). Eugene J Aagard QUANTITY 0015 cfs or 3 0 ac-ft SOURCE 6-mch well 100 ft to 500 ft deep POD S 445 E 2540 from W' Cor, Sec 21. T15S, R1W (15 miles E of Chicken Creek Reservoir) USE. Stockwatering 240 head of livestock POU. NEiSW'i Sec 21, T15S, R1W Robert L Morgan, P E STATE ENGINEER Published m Nephi Times-News March 13, 20, and 27, 1991 PUBLIC NOTICE The East )uab County Water Conservancy District will'meet on March 13, 1991 at 7 30 p m in the commission chambers of the Juab County Center The agenda will consist of approval of past minutes, a chairman's report on a recent meeting with the Juab County Commission, and the transfer of Juab County-held Central Utah District funds to the local district There will be an explanation of new soil-classification specifications and a review of local survey questionnaire 11-12B National insurance examination company seeking qualified examiner Must be competent olood drawer, have own transpora-tion, and be able to work a variety of hours You set your own schedule if interested, please call coordinator, (800) 753-1883 11 Relief managers for Best Western Paradise Inn Non-smokers No pets Apply in person at 1025 South Main, Nephi 10-11 B Production supervisor and driver Responsible for supervision of developmentally disabled or mentally retarded adults in a sheltered workshop setting, making deliveries as scheduled Experience in a sheltered workshop setting or supervisory position in business preferred Must be able to relate well to others Class D chauffeur or CDL license reauired Generous benefits and insurance after 90 days Apply at TRAIL, Inc , Box 80. Nephi, Utah 84648 9-11 B The Juab County Sheriff's office will be accepting applications for the position of deputy andor dispatcher-jailer Applications and resumes will be accepted until Monday, March 25, 1991 at 12 noon at the sheriff's office 11-12B NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described real property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the time of sale, said sale to be conducted at the West Front Foyer, uab County Center, located at 160 North Mam, in Nephi, luab County, State of Utah, on April 2, 1991, at 11 30 a m of said day, by First Security Bank of Utah, National Association, as SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE for the purpose of foreclosing a deed of trust executed by Glen E Jeffery and Cynthia B Jeffery, as TRUSTOR, to Utah Title of Millard County, as TRUSTEE in favor of First Security Bank of Utah, National Association, as BENEFICIARY Said deed of trust secures a note in the original amount of Twelve-Thousand Eight-Hundred Seventy-One and 491 00s Dollars ($12,871 49) Said deed of trust was recorded Feb 20, 1986, as Entry No 181403, in Book 320, at Page 510 et seq , of the official records of the luab County Recorder, State of Utah, covering real property located at approximately 156 West 500 South, Nephi, luab County, State of Utah, and is more particularly described as Beginning at the Southeast corner of Lot 2, Block 27, Plat "B." Nephi Town Survey, thence West 60 feet, thence North 170 feet, thence East 60 feet, thence South 170 feet to the point of beginning Tax Parcel No XA 165-2 Said sale will be made without covenants andor warranties, express or implied, regarding title, possession, andor encumbrances THE TERMS OF THE SALE WILL BE CASH AT THE TIME OF THE SALE For further information, contact the undersigned at (801) 350-5941 Dated March 1. 1991 SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE First Security Bank of Utah, National Association BY David H Young ITS Vice President co Foreclosure Office 79 South Main Street 11th Floor Salt Lake City. Utah 84111 10-12B FD No 90072 NOTICE TO WATER USERS The State Engineer received the following application to change water in luab County (locations in SLB&M) Persons objecting to an application must file a protest stating the reasons for the protest To have a hearing before the State Engineer, persons must request a hearing in the protest Protest must be filed in duplicate with the State Engineer, 1636 West North Temple. Salt Lake City. Utah 84116, (801) 538-7240, on or before April 13, 1991 These are informal proceedings as per rule R62S-6-2 of the Division of Water Rights (LECEND Pomtfs) of Diversion POD, Place of Use POU. Nature of Use USE) 53-1192 (a16013) Steve LeRoy McPherson proposes to correct the POD & POU of water as evidenced by Application No 53-1192 (A61669) HERETOFORE. QUANTITY 0015 cfs SOURCE 6-inch well 160 feet deep POD S 150 W 300 from NV4 Cor Sec S. T13S. R1E USE Irrigation from April 1 to Oct 31. total acreage 0 25 acs , stockwatering 30 head of livestock, domestic one am-ly POU NEV4NWV4 Sec 5 T13S, R1E HEREAFTER QUANTITY 0015 cfs SOURCE 6-mch well. 160 feet deep POD: S 10 W 139 from N'A Cor Sec $. T13S, R1E (V$ mile NW of Nephi) USE Same as heretofore POU SEASWVt Sec 32. T12S, R1E. Robert I Morgan. P I STATE ENGINEER Published m Nephi Times-News Feb 27, March 6 and 13. 1991

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