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10B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, October 1, 1971 . . CARD OF THANKS Words cannot adequately express 1ht appreciation to the many friends who called on our father, Yasaburo Yarhane during his stay at the St.. Benedict's and Weber Memorial .Hospitals. We wish also to take this opportunity' to express our deepest thanks a<id appreciation for th« many kinJ words of sympathy that were extended to us duping this tim«' of Bereavement. • The family of Yasabtiro Yamane To whom it may concern: New Zion-Baptist" Church will not be responsible for . any debts contracted by,any other than,'Buying Committee, New Zion Baptist Church. October 1, 1971. ' IORENZQ BELL SR. BRIDIE CLASSES—Hjlnninj anal Intermediate, starting September 22, Bridge Center.. Phone 621-4300. 07-PERSONALS K^iW&$3SSSsSiS^»fiSSIi&3iSM9mi^mminiui «ww-M^^x-x*^o^«««rtv^w.v.v^.v.w-»».™ TOY FOR GIANTS rather than brothers David and Eric Nus is shown here it -is the first heavy construction vehicle operating on turbine-electric power. Weighing 250,000 pounds, this hauler has a 210-ton capacity. Tires are over 10 feet in diameter. It is an off-highway vehicle developed by White Motor Corp. CONTINUING BATTLE Retiring Executive Sees 'Bright Future for Rails' By JAMES R. QUINN OMAHA, Neb. (TJPI)—Edd H. Bailey spent his first 'day with the Union Pacific Railroad in 1922 heating rivets to a white heat for a car repair crew. Bailey has left the Union Pacific after .-helping .guide it through an era of white-hot competition with ever multiplying fleets of -cars, trucks and air carriers. Bailey retired as president and director of the UP after more than 49 years as machinist's helper, special agent, brakeman, conductor, trainmaster and front office executive. EASTERN DISTRICT He was general superintendent of the eastern district, general superintendent of the northwest district, and vice president in charge of operations before moving into the president's office Jan. 1, 1965. Looking back. Bailey said he has had a whale of a time. "It was the best day in my life when dad went to Cheyenne and got a job on the railroad," he said in an interview recently. Bailey's father became a railroader when young Edd was in his teens, the oldest of 12 children. It wasn't long before he left the family's dryland farm in northeastern Colorado and began his Horatio Alger journey through "the ranks of. the giant railroad and into the] front offices. . BRIGHT FUTURE At the end of a career in a troubled industry, .Bailey predicts that -.the -future of railroading is bright. • "The railroads have -a promising future. " if the public recognizes that they have received the little' end of the deal," he said. :"They have been smothered with regulations that are keeping them from doing what their competition is allowed to-do." Ee predicted the nation's lawmakers will come to realize that the regulations "smothering" the railroads will have to be modified to keep pace with the future growth of railroading. "'There will be growing nesd for transportation and services and the railroads will have a major part in filling the void," he said. SO PER CENT In filling one void, he said, railroads now carry 50 per cent of the nation's new cars to their destinations, compared with 15 per cent only a few years ago. 'While "not necessarily fond of the government's getting into the railroad business," Bailey said he felt the formation o_f Amtrak, the government-subsi- In Debt? "Our Payment Consolidation Program Can Help You • One place to pay all bills • One payment you can afford Budget Credit (Not a Loan Co.) 329 ECCl.eS BLDG-. »V LICENSED AMD BONDED FOR $25,000 . 393-8697 ' Member of' American Assn. of Credit Counselors and Ogden Chamber of CommBT« / ALCOHOLIC PROBLEMS? CONTACT • Alcoholics Anonymous CENTRAL OFFICE 1520 Washington Blvd. 24 HOUR SERVICE Phone 621-1076 _ 24 HOUR SERVICE _ 08 -JOBS OF INTEREST 08-JOBS OF INTEREST 08-JOBS OF INTEREST MALE OR FEMALI MAIE OR FEMALI -^ [dized passenger train corpora- Ition, was .a necessity and "a Ireal beneiit to the industry." "Amtrak was the lifesaver for a lot of railroads," he said. "I hope- it is successful and expands. I believe some day we will see more passenger trains." Bailey, a vigorous 67, surveyed his large office atop the Union Pacific Building here and reminisced about the hecdc life of a career railroad man. There were the 14 times he moved his family between 1938 and 1954; the UP's constant battle with, the weather on the Great Plains, especially during the great bb'zzards of 1949; the "great days" when promotions were announced. VERY GRATEFUL "I've had great cooperation as an officer," he said, "I'm very grateful. "I've had my most enjoyable times out in the yards." The battle will continue and the railroads will grow, Bailey predicted. TOY POMERANEAN — Female, reddish brown hair Pink lace collar. Reward. 508 27th, Apt. 4. LOST: Female Brittany Spaniel, brown and White. Call after 5:30. Reward. ^392-5207. LOST - Bold puppy, 10 weeks, part Pomeranian, vicinity 2738 Van Buren. Reward. 392-0271. WANTED FOR Sunset Sport CENTERS No. 14 In Ogden ' ••MANAGEMENT TRAINEES • SALES CLERKS In sporting goods, clothing and footwear. • CASHIERS' • WAREHOUSEMAN Advance with the West's fastest.^ growing Sporting Goods chain. Inter-" views all day Monday and Tuesday morning, Oct. 4th & 5th at Utah State Employment Office directed by Mr. Myers. _ EARN ENOUGH money to |wy for Christmas this year. Write Industries P.O. _Eox 525, Clearfield. _ WAITRESSES, no experience necessary, will train. Apply in person. Vick'/s Cafe, South Willard, Utah. _ PART~"fiME delivery * cleanup nun. Hours 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Cell 3942246 for appointment. , _ "WAITRESS WANTED - SUE'S LOUNGE 2761 Washington. Call _ after 5 p.m. _ _ • LADIES — Full or part time, frs« training, Tri-Chem liquid embroidery. Call 782-7495^ _ _ EXPERIENCED driven needed fe> a1ri»« taxicab, full or part time. Good 'pay, interesting work, inquire 246 23rd. pARf~Tl~ME — Earn 5&s to SM four evenings a week and Saturdays. Phone 392.6228. _ EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN WANTED Call 825-9682 Days or 393-7872 after 4 _ _ HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 3 to 7 p.m. fivj days a week Must be gocd cook and dependable. 393-2032. BABY SITTER WANTED — weekdays, my home. Call 825-4791 after 7 p.m. of the jkilled ipfci....- . . ,, r .,, t ony .p.c;ali»cl ne«d you rni 8 Ht,hov«.. Call person to fill mos_ , • j i_-i PROFESSIONAL! You'll find them conveniantly listed b«low. DIRECTORY DIRECTORY DIRECTORY DIRECTORY Bookkeeping Services Experienced. Phone 7S2-6273 . Basements BASEMENTS BCCAVATEO under «uting homes — Frse estimates. All United. Ph. 621-3542, 825-9793. or 399-5815. Ceilings "STARDUST" SPRAYED CEILINGS WHITE - SPARKLING - TEXTURED ALSO PAINTING-PAPERING-REPA1RS GUARANTEED WORK - VAN DYKE'S PH 393-7102 EVES. 393-7511 •Jt SPARKLING CEILINGS * Not a side line,, I spray Ceilings only. Free Est. 621-3526-825-0988-376-4083 SPRAT ACOUSTIC CEILINGS Free estimates, all colors of slitter. finest materials, latest machinery Phone- 393-7319 or 825-8030 . Cleaning -4-Custom Concrete-^DAYTON CUSTOM CONCRETE 392-1112 or 399-4794 Bank Amcricard or Master Charge ALL UNITED Free estimates, 621-3542, 325-9793, - 399-5815 -tcTRASH HAULING, custom hay t grain hauling. Spotless cleanup, prompt service. Phone 393-0124. CONCRETE DRIVES, IHtiw, sidewalk. state and city licensed. Free estimates. Phone 394-6760. PATIOS — Driveway, Carpentry, nuisance jobs. Pierce Home repair, 3992741 or 393-5716. CEMENT FINISHING —driveways, patios, walls, etc. Phone 399-9453. Free estimates. Decorating, Painting PAINTING, PAHERHANG1NG, WALTEXING WALL WASHING AND PAPER CLEANING WILLARO DRANEY, 392-9872 RUARK'S PAINTING-INTERIOR AND EX TERIOR - LARGE OR SMALL JOBS 393-3567. OPEN 24 HOURS. ROYALTY KITCHEN CABINETS ... custom di signed for your home . . . exciting styling, variety of finishes. Exclusivi at Anderson Lumber. Call Garry >kecn, 394-7725. Landscaping Decorating, Painting ~ VAN DTKE'S^- EXT.-INTrPAINTING PAPERING - CARPET CLEANING' WORK GUARANTEED - FREE ESTIMATE PH 393-7102 EVES. 393-7511 "PAINTINS-WALLWASHING-PAPERING Complete housecleaning and decorating Licensed. Phone 394-3209 Electrical Wiring ELECTRICAL WORK Very reasonable. No iob too small Licensed. PK 394-0272. A PLUS ELECTRIC SERVICE Licensed. Free estimates. Call 399-0289 Excavating RUARK'S HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE . . . AND PAINTING a> Carpet and upholstery cleaning • Wall washing — Floor waxing • Window cleaning—Special cleanup FP.ANCIS RUARK, Mgr. Owner "Call for FREE Estimate" -*- PHONE 393-3567 ^ < I CARPET CLEANING. Stiri-steam way extracts the dirt out safe and economical. A division of Western Bldg. Maintenance Co., Phoenix, Arizona, Salt Lake City. Utah 399-1718. "CARPET CLEANING-THE BEST WAY by Mr. Steam 621-6526 or 782-9463 ALL UNITED Free estimates, 621-3542, 825-9793, 399-5815 Fencing CHAIN LINK — buy now and SAVE. ACME FENCE CO., 800 Wall. PHONE 399-5571. Garage Doors F1IERGLAS, wood or steel, residtntia or commercial. Also garage door openers. Burton Walker ' lumber Co. 2427 Lincoln Ave. Ph. 394-8861. Crawford Doors All sizes and styles. 392-1502 Trash, General Hauling Reliable, honest service. 394-0432_ Home Repairs -fcTRASH HAULING* spotless cleanup, prompt service Phone 393-012/ ROOFiNG-PAINTING-CLEANING OIL/GRAPHITE, MISC. REPAIRS THE HANDIMAN SERVICE, 393-7254^ REMODEL WITHTHE-BEStr KITCHENS • BATHROOMS ADDITIONS • ELECTRICAL • BASEMENTS • CERAMIC TILE CONCRETE & ALUMINUM SIDING WORK 825-6297 OR 394-6464 *FREE ESTIMATES* Dodson Const. BASEMENT FINISHING, jaraje, roam addition roofing, etc. Licensed contractor 399-0083. 392-5972. Kitchen Cabinets ROOFS — re-roots — repairs, all types. Bob Weir Co. Experienced, reliable. 392-2201 or 723-6927. TRACTOR WORK, grading, hauling *PHONE 394-2383* Lawn Care LAWN SERVICE —. shrubs and trees trimmed. New lawns and fertilizer lawn clean ups 825-7770. .... Plastering AL METZIIR, plastering, s littered, sprayed 'ceilings, foundation plaster- ng. Call 392-2429. FOUNDATION, retaining walls plastered. Work guaranteed. Free estimate. 621-3957 Rain Gutters JIM EVANS, licensed contractor. IS years experience. Free estimates, -al work guaranteed. 393-4771. Soft Water SALES, RENTALS AND REPAIRS. Free estimates. New-Way soft water. 825.4084 Storage INSIDE WINTER STORAGE. Cars, hoatl trailers, etc., $6.50 mo. up. Concrate floors. 399-2968 or 392-4689. Remodeling BASEMENTS BUG UNDER EXISTING HOMES, and all'types of remodeling Free estimates. All United, 621-3542, 825-5793, 399-5815. Television Repairs COLORED TV SERVICE Reasonable. Soring special 399-5817 BILL'S HOME TUBE TESTINS $5 for service call plus tubes 399-9355 Tree-Shrub Service Mecham Tree Service Licensed, Insurance Free Est., 393-2864 PETRICH TREE SERVICE Pruning, topping, spraying, removing. Free estimates. 394-5807. SPECIAL - Juniper skrub trlmminj. Bi« tree topping. Free estimate. 3932589 Ken. TREMAINE'S TREE SERVICE trimming, topping and re-noval . Free estimates. Phone 78^-6756 * TREES AND SHRUBS * trimmed, and, or removed. Phone 394-3774 Typing" PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVICE Convenient .location Phone 399-9988 or 773-3814 Waterproofing BASEMENTS WATERPROOFED - Guaranteed. Palmer Construction Co. 3934312. 3ASEMENTS AND FOUNDATIONS waterproofed - Free estimates. All United. Ph. 621-3542, 825-9793, or 399-5815. Turd Cleaning SHRUBS trimmad, trees tapped - removed yard work. Free estimates. Phone '393-0124. _j FALL CLEANUP PHONE 825-4161 MACHINISTS (Journeymen) Immediate Openings Exist For- Engine Lathe Machinists turret Lathe Machinists With established ability to set up, check work and operate to very close tolerances. Experience operating with tracer . attachments preferred. . • For Further Information and Interview Appointment Call G. J. Fiitton 399-2111 or write A/lurdock Machine and Engineering Co. 1000 West 33rd Street Ogden, Utah 08-JOBS OF INTEREST 08-JOBS OF INTEREST an equal opportunity employer SALESMEN 2 SELL America's No. 1 fastest growing import economy automobile. TOYOTA • See George .Weaver at WASATCH TOYOTA 32ND.& WASHINGTON NEECED — Mile or femili lusinesi education instructor, must be able to teach typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, filing, and business machines. Must also be familiar with law and lega-l procedures. Salary depends on background. 3 nights a .week. Apply Spartan Professional Placement Services, 22;'8 Washington Blvd., 6213922 or 2!3. HEEDED, LOG CUTTERS-For fllllni mil bucking lodgepoie fir and alpine fir. Paid by Per 1000 board meet or by the piece. Also need hookers for line skidding operation. Apply Wasatch Forest Products, Evanston, Wyoming. Area Code 307-789-2988, or evenings 789-2432 or 789-2709. EXPERIENCED «odJ fount»in manijer or assistant manager. Must have experience in restaurant or soda fountain work. New company with tremendous growth opportunity. Salary plus percentage. Send resume to P.O. Box 326, Clearfield, Utah 84015 $TOY & GIFT PARTI ES $ Ladies, PLAY & tARN $2,000 by Xmas with Toys, Sifts & Interior Decor PRICED RIGHT. Car necessary. POLYWARE. 825-7874, 825-9951. EXECUTIVE secretary. % 5550 month. Attractive openings for equally attractive woman, who isn't afraid c-f initiative. Call Connie— Targhee Em- olovmcnt Aaency 621-2545. LETTER PRESSMAN - OffSET PRESSMAN and paper cutters, good knowledge of each operation. Well established -firm. $4800 +. Call Kay Hill 3999266 Snelling and Snelling Emp. Agy. WCSTWARD HO! Western people «r« sell Western Recreation. Write Western Associates, Box 363, Clearfield, Utah 8401 S. X-RAY Technician* positions «rr iviilablt now if you are qualified. Spartan Professional Placement Services, 2238 Washington. 621-3922 or 23. WAITRESS, morning shift, must hive experience. Apply in. person a.m. dt Dick's Cafe, 2460 South, 1900 West, Wilson Lane. IARGE firm needs salesmen,, wlwy plus. future secure. Apply Spartan Profes sional Placement Service, 2238 Washington Blvd. 621-3922 or 23. PART TIME work, 4 t» » p.m. $1.75 hour. Fuller Brush Representative. Phone 394-6869, if no answer call 782-4435. WANTED — Experienced tailor for men'i alterations. Apply Pullman Wholesale Tailors, 2315 Washington. EXPERIENCED drlvm nccttt to Jrivi taxicab, .full or part time. Good pay, interesting work. Inauir* 246 23rd. PROFESSIONAL Wool an* Silk finisher. Salary open. -Apply to Mr.'Hart, 5543 S - 1900 W., Roy. Call -'773-0746. NEED Immediately, engiiw lath, machinist, turret lathe machinist, also milling machinist, with established ability to setup, check work and operate to very clost tolerances. Experience operating with trauen attachments preferred— aircraft experience desired »lso. Apply Spartan Professional Placement Services, 2238 Washington Blvd., 621-3922 or 23. TERRIFIC IOSS needs » secretary typist tn assume all aspects of general office work. Good salary and surroundings. Spartan Professional placement Services, 2238 Washington Blvd. 6213922 or 23. S-EASY MONET-$-Wanfeil: Aliresiivt people to sell our Nationwide safety Can cam $800 per month and more. Contact Baby Butler, 241 24th St.. between 2 and 6 p.m. HELP! Recent college graa°i in imdii- trial or mechanical engineering. We have 4 openings it S75O month to start. Call Tina — Targhee Employment Agency. 621-2544. ANSWERING lervico operator!. Attractive positions available now. Contact Ray Larsen, Spartan Professional Placement Service, 22B8 Wash. Blvd. 621-3922 or 23. MACHINIST WANTED — Plant location in Brigham City. Experience required. Send Resume to Serosystems Manufacturing Corp., Atlas Bldg., No. 237, SLC. 84101. DESK CLERK, $2.75 hour. An .pportunlry for =omt lucky person who would like to get in on the tourist industry. Call Karen — Targhei Employment Agency 621-2545. VANDA CLAUSE ntea's you. Earn nwniy for your Santa's sleigh, as a Vanda Beauty Counselor. Only 6 paydays until Christmas. Call Susan Dunbar, 393-3769 or 376-9502. MANAGEMENT trainee for oI4 Hn. firm. Secure future, $600 to start. Apply now. Spartan Professional Placement Services, 2238 Washington. 621-3922 or 23. EXCELLENT Mlary for lervic* Needed Immediately. Apply Spartan Professional ' Placement- Services, 2238 Washington. 621-3922 or 23. SEWING' machint operator! ntttferf. Apply 10"a.m. to 5 p.m. KiddieVille, 2324 Washington Blvd. BOYS AND GIRLS SELL DOUGHNUTS 'door to door. We deliver to you. Phone 393-X312 EXPERIENCED Beautician with climttlt, new shop. Phone 393-4822 or 6212453 a.fter-6 p.m. COULD YOU USE EXTRA CHRISTMAS CASH? Sell Artex decorator tube paint. Call 392-U52 DAILY LABOR — Clean cut — willing t« work — Payday everyday. No feell A-l, Emp. Agency, 2220 Grint Ave. 5LASSIFIED INDEX lf« my tt fina 1 ; the nlutlin to yenr want tr nitt 1 In The »t«m>r*. Examintr'i RtaJtr Riaeher Want Ad ctlumni. Llitu 1 ktlow is th» Key to-Northtrn'Utah's miir a'ivarjifiei Marketplace, li iun ti Rud.and it» th«. cilumiii regularly - Yau'll pr«fit in Ji many wayil ANNOUNCEMENTS 01-Funeral Notices 02-Florists 03— Announcement! 04—Special Greetings 05—Memorial Notices 06-Lnst & Found 07—Personals SELECTED OFFERS 08-Jobs of Interest - Male or Female D9-Situatjons Wanted 10-Business Opportunities 11—Money to Loan 12—Instruction 13-Music L«soni 14-Child Cara 15-Auctions '^BUSINESS SERVICES Listed under Business Servict 'REAL' ESTATE FOR SALE 17-Area 18-Wcbtr County 19— N, Davi; County 20-Box- Elder County 21-^rgan County 22-Farms 1" Ranches 23-Business Property 24-Acreage * Lots 25—Vacation Property 26-Mobil« Homes RENTALS 27-Housu 28-Furnished Apts. & Duplexes 29-Unfurnished Apis, 4 Dupl«xei 30-Roomt 31-Mobile Homes 32-Office & Buslntsi 33—Rental Agencies 34-Wanted to Rent MERCHANDISE 35-Mis«llaneous For Sale 36-Wanted To Buy 37—Shoes & Clothing 38— Antiques 39-Muslcal Instruments ,40-Radio-TV * Stereos XI—Furniture & Carptt 42— Appliances -O-Air Conditioning 44-Building Materiali LAWN-FARM & GARDEN 45-Good Things To Eat J6-Pl8dts—Trees & Shrubi 47—Fertilizer & Top 'Soil .(8—Hay-Grain I Ftcd 49-rirewood 50-Pcls & Supplix 51-Livestock & Poultry 52-Farm & Ranch Suppliii 53—Farm Implements 54-Pisture For Rent RECREATIONAL 55—Aviation 5i-Boats & Marine Itinw 57— Sporting Goods SB-Skiing Equipment S9-Snnw Vri : cl(S «0—TraviI Triilfti 61—Campers 62—Motor Hornet 63-Tourist t Trailer Parks AUTOMOTIVE 64-Auto Seryicen-farts a\ Accessories 65-Autos Wanted 06—Autos-For Rent 67-Cydes 1 Supplies 68-U!llity Trailers 69— Heavy Equipment 70-Trucks AUTOS FOX SALE 71-Am«rican Motors 72-Buick 73-Cadillae 74-Chevrolet 75-Chrysler 76-Dodgt 77-Ford 7»—Import—Sports Can 79—Jeep-4-WhMl Drivii SO-Llncoln ai—Mercury fl2—Oldsmobll* 83—Plymouth 84-Pontlac 85-AII Mlkfi I Models P.r fait rtiults eall 1M-7711 1o*ir. * *«<•' *••*». ***!•« «i» !. h..pV7. ».,p y.. war- -. «Mri. _ .< fcr ... >.»«,.,. at tha lawilt cist. T». Clasriflri Department i. ..» Y.«.Way. kit*." t M.. »< » ».«. latunlayB 1«.". ta »t.». Clas.a 1 in Holidays. Th, ieaa-lin. far placing at. Ming small i»p* .nly !."«. *r hafar. ad Is to aapaar. Mi itartlng Monday niift ha (laeti ky im ,th. prKaaMng Saturi'iy. But » heavy Mlixnt, wt pnfer t»t» «* alartlng M JiHii-ay, >. t \K,t ay I p.*. the- prtc..-in« Friday. • THt '-tattou fir pitting ads .sing larger type Is MM day« hafiri flay „. to apptar, «eiit onis that are t. «t«rt HI Sunday .r M«iday which most lit placid thru days prltr t» inswtian. MAINTENANCE MECHANICS CUTTER LAB in Ogden • has 2 openings for maintenance mechanics .QUALIFICATIONS Position 1j-^ n , f $(atus „ t | Ktr ! C j«n wth background In general nalnteflincr. Position 2-^ n , s s(ltul K tfttftfdfa wito backs round -in . in welding, pipettttimj «d ilectrictl repair Is required. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS PLEASE APPLV TO CLARK RASMUSSEW UTAH STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE An'E»«l Opportunity' Employer SERVICE MANAGER POSITION OPEN with young aggressive dealership. Principals willing to pay top service amnager wages plus percentages and 'all the fringe benefits for experienced, competent man. ALL INQUIRIES WILL BE HANDLED IN A CONFIDENTIAL MANNER. NO PERSONAL INTERVIEWS PRIOR TO RECEIPT OF WRITTEN RESUMS REPLY TO: P.O. Box 345, Ogden, Utah-84401 OS — JOBS OF INTEREST SALESMAN WANTED • NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY-OUR SALESMEN EARN FROM $600 TO $2,000 PER MONTH. DEMO PLAN, INSURANCE BENEFITS, GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS — WILLING TO WORK. NO PHONE CALLS. APPLY IN PERSON TO JERRY PITtAK OR JOHN THOMAS Rawson & Lund PONTIAC • CMC 703 Wash. Blvd. JOB OPENING fir a county supervisor . of Planned Parenthood Programs, Davis County, Utah. Will work with public agencies, civic and low income • groups end. individuals of all types developing and administering family planning services. Social work, teaching or nursing education or experience necessary. Evening work and traveling required. Must be in agreement with concepts of family planning. Salary, $7,000 to $9,000 per year. OEO funded through June 30, '72, renewable. Cnreer development possibilities. Applications accepted through Oct. 4. Applications and further information available from Planned Parenthood, 1212 South State, Silt Lake City, Utah 8-4111. Phone:363-4471. An equal opportunity employer "POSITION AVAILABLE" General Supervisor • Wanted for Kaysville City. Degree in Civil Engineering desireable, must have knowledge or experience in water, sewer, drainage and roads. Also some Administrative ability. This Is a permanent position. Must be willing to live in Kaysville vicinity. Will have -benefits of retirement, insurance, sick leave, vacation, etc. S«Ia/y-;open.'Age 25 'to 35. : - For further information, cell or send resume -to Kaysville' City Corp., 44 _North.'Main, Kaysville/ Ut«h 8X037. POSITIONS AVAILABLE For those. willing to work in recently .expanded • Ogd«i facility of large- mid-west home- appliance firm. •: CONSTRUCTION 'WORKERS ROITTE MEN • ' : ' TRUCK DRIVERS AIRCRAFT WORKERS Can do our work easily. No experience necessary, as we train you. Must be »ble to get along on' $510 per month guaranteed wages. For personal interview call 621-4862 Monday only, 8:30 to 12 noon. _ A CANDIDATE FOR OUR MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTER $800 -salary per month plus car, plus personal living expenses. Guaranteed "while in our Elcctrolux floor care products. Management sales training Center. If you qualify, -opportunity to earn $15,000 to $20,000 first year commission and salary after graduation. For conftden* tial interview call 392.75O6. _ JOURNEYMAN AUTO MECHANIC PREFERABLY EXPERIENCED IN ALL PHASES OF THE PROFESSION. GOOD INSURANCE PLAN, VACATION, GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. SEE FRED EVERTS, SERVICE MANAGER, CANYON LINC.-MERC., 3230 WASH. BLVD. CARPENTERS Lead men, must be able to read blueprints. Single family, multiplf unit construction. See Marv Bennett, project supervisor, 380 N. Bruc« Street, Clenrfield, Utah. Equsl Opportunity Employer EXECUTIVE OFFICE Beautifully decorated, furnished, air conditioned. All utilities included except lights. Plenty of parking. State Savings & Loan Bldg., 75 So State, Cleerfleld, Utah. Phone Mr. Maxfield 825-2227 or 621-5915. WANTED - Co.lts, ill Ihiffl, full «r part time, top pay. Cross Roads Coffee Shop, Tremonton, Utah. Phont 257-3726, ask for Johnnie. To The Reader Various laws and ordinances — local, state and federal, prohibit discrimination in employment because of sax. Unless the advertisement itself specifies one sex or the other, |0b seekers should assume that the advertiser will consider applicants of either sex In compliance with tha Uwi against discrimination. For i fee, a private employment agency can offer you specialized service and put you in touch with t prospective employer who offers tnt 1 opportunity you are seeking. 1O— BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 09 — SITUATIONS WANTED COMPANION NURSE deslrei w«rk, » years experience, any shift . . . Rcf- erences. Phone 399-9394. BAIT SITTING or Ironing done, my home. Washington Terrace. Call 6216596. . IRONIN6 IN MY HOME ~ lOc AN» 15c. 399-1929 or come to 1085 21st Street , tRONING GOT TOU OOWNT Let me help. Fast, neat servica Sunset area. 825-9903 NEED woman for occasional kaky sitting. Near BIF stow on 7th. Will pick up, 392-4281. BCPERIENCEB housekeeper will clean apartments after school and Saturdays. Call 621-1600 ask for Nancy. ~~ NEl5~HELP CLEANING OR doing household lobs? Call Alice at 782-4119 WANTED BABYSITTING. Have references. 971 26th. 393.3520 LADY would llk« housework one day a week minimum 6 hours. 399-228* after 6. . 2^!^^LJSJ^^i LOANS to $10,000 • 2ND MORTGAGES • CONSOLIDATE, IMPROVEMtNT, ETC. • LONG TERM • AVCO • Financial Services B93-8428 _^ •^Unlimited Funds-^r FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES, CONSOLIDATION LOANS. BUSINESS CAPITAL AVAILABLE - MR. COLL 825.4926. PROFESSIONAL TUTORINf Reading and Math Electronic machines Only $2 per lesson _ _ Phone 621-4833 _ LESSONS IN OIL PAINTING Gavlene Baker Studio of Art _ 969 28th St. 394-2939 _ BRIDGE CLASSES - Bejlnninj and Intermediate, starting September 22, Bridge Center. Phone 621-4300. 10— BUSINESS SUCCESS IS: 1. Research I 2. RESEARCH! 3. RESEARCH! Central Dynamics Corp. is » «uc- cessful marketing organization who intensively and thoroughly researches prospective now business developments and opportunities. After careful evaluation, "those with great potential are selected and < professional marketing program is created and implemented. A limited number of thesi exceptional opportnuities are now being made available to the qualified investor who sincerely desires a profitable business of his own. EACH OFFERS: MODEST INITIAL INVESTMENT VAST POTENTIAL COMPLETE TRAINING AND GUIDANCE GUARANTEED INVESTMENT For full particulars, write: CENTRAL DYNAMICS CORP. 7COO East Camelback Road Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 or call (603) 94SJ370S COLLECT PAUL BUNYAN'S Family Restaurant* (us an excellent investment opportunity for the right petson. Own your own profitable restaurant franchise. We- provide a complete training program & financial assistance. Approximately $20,000 Is required. Call 392-3437 Mr. Jorgensen or writ. Paul Bunyan's 2735 Washington Blvd., Ogden. _ _; _ __ EXCLUSIVE ACCOUNTING AND TAX FRANCHISE $1,000 required. For personal interview call 825-5549, Business Advisors Inc. _ ; __ DISTR. New Mini-Snowmobile* »at 2; speed to 25 mph over mtns. * powder; weigh from -79 Ibs.; fit in car trunk; cost from $159, Rental flOld- mine. Min. Ivn. Wire, write for •ample offer: Amer-Moblle 9489 Dayton. Beverly Hills 90210. _ SMALL CAFE FOR SALE. CM* downtown location. Good business for man & wife. Buy equipment and lease building. 782-7634 after 6:30 p.m. Wholesale Distributor Wanted To «IMo company, istabllshed, »!! cash accounts In this «re«. Thi. is not « coin operated vending route. Our product is sold in location* such as offices, employet loungo In r«t«ll stores, financial institutions, r small manufacturing plant«, warehouses, schools and hospitals. Th. distrubtor w» select will'bi responsible for maintaining these locations and restocking Inventory. All locations art established by our company, » 10 year old company. Ws need . dependable distributor, malt or Female, in this area with $1,595 minimum to'Invest In equlpmanK i.-.d inventory, which will turn over about two times monthly. Earnings can grow to $25,000 annually and up. We- will consider part- time applicants. Write for complete Information, including phcne number and Area Code. AM Inquiries strictly confidential. CONSOLIDATED CHEMICAL CORPORATION Freere Dried Products Division _ 3815 Montrose Blvd., Suitt 215 Houston, Texas 77004

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