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THREE KILLED IN ACCIDENTS -Associated Press A young Fountain Green couple and a 6-year-old Wendover girl were killed in .. Utah traffic accidents Friday. Stephen Turnbow, about 23, and his l&-year-old wife, Colleen, died when their • truck went out of control and struck another vehicle on Utah 27 west of the •central Utah community .of Thistle. The driver and passengers ' of the other car suffered only minor injuries. Elizabeth Irene Lewis, 6, was struck and killed by a car while riding her bicycle on a Wendover street. Freeze Expected To Save Idaho $50,000 in Pay BOISE (UPI) — Acting Budget Director D. E. Chilberg says the wage-price freeze will save the state of Idaho $50,000 in unpaid pay raises to state employes. . "If"the freeze is continued, Chitberg said, it could save the state "probably $20,000 per month." Chilberg said his office, wording on budget preparations for the 1973 fiscal year, is awaiting any news of possible developments at the end of the 90 days, but added, "it seems safe to expect there wiH be some kind of continuation of the freeze." . •-•>[ Copter Rescues Ten Trapped By Snowstorm Ogden Standard-Examiner, Saturday, October 2, 1971 11 Associated Press Ten persons were evacuated by helicopter from a small southwestern Idaho ghost town Friday, after they had been stranded for a day by 'an early autumn' snowstorm. The freak storm, which dumped several inches of snow on Salt Lake City, the rest of northern Utah and much of southern Idaho Thursday, continued to play havoc in eastern Utah 'Friday. Fourteen persons—four summer residents-and 10 visitors- were in the Owyhee Mountain community of Silver City when snow blocked the only access road. One couple remained behind. The residents opened their homes to the visitors, and one of the isolated visitors said the experience was "kind of fun." FOOD SHARED ..Gordon R. Peterson of-Boise, in Silver City with his wife and two children, said, "Everybody shared and there was plenty of food." Ellen Wakefield of Boise, who was also marooned, said,' "The only uncomfortable thing about being snowbound in Silver City ADDITIONAL CHURCH North Pork Bapf/sfs P/on Sunday School Competition . ROY —-North Park Baptist Church, 4275 S. 1900 W., has entered the national . Sunday School contest 'of the Baptist General Conference beginning Sunday and ending Oct. 31. .North Park -will compete against four churches in .the region in a contest to determine which one enrolls more students in Bible study.. 'The Bible school hour is at 9:45_ a.m. Sunday with classes available for all ages — nursery through adults. Transportation is available for all services. | Worship services are'held at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study are scheduled at 7 p.m. For other information, persons may telephone Pastor C. Walter Bunger, 399-4206, or Bible School Supt. David Allen, 3922006. is the sanitary arrangement- better known as outhouses in that old mining cainp." In the eastern Idaho community of Blackfoot, meanwhile, a major power outage after Friday's snowstorm left most residents without power most of the day. -....!.'. Idaho Power Co. crews were hard pressed to keep up with the interrupted power service, caused by the breaking of tree limbs under the weight of the snow. CREWS ASSIST Power company personnel were on the job from about 6 a.m., when 1he calls begat coming in, until after nightfall. Pocatello crews were called in to assist. The power company was hampered in its efforts at power restoration by the lack of telephone service to its office, and wasn't -aware of problems in some are_as until residents drove to its office to report power outages. Widespread power disruptions were also reported in Idaho Falls. The snow also brought to a halt potato and beet harvesting in eastern Idaho. Students in many schools had been dismissed Friday to help pick potatoes, but with several inches of snow blanketing most of the fields, the harvest had to be postponed. RECORD SNOWFALL In Salt Lake City, meanwhile, residents, mopped up after a record-breaking snowfall of more than three inches Thursday. Miles Labrum, the director of the Utah State Arboretum at the University of Utah said the snow damaged about 250 trees ; and in some cases destroyed rare species. He said it would take up to S. L OFFICIAL FIN ED; WILL ATTEND SCHOOL SALT'LAKE CITY (UPI) County Commissioned Phillip R. Blonquist Friday was 'fined $35 and given a seven- day jail sentence—suspended on payment" of the fine — for a traffic .conviction. City Judge Floyd Cowans told the commissioner he'd take $5 off the fine if Blomquist would attend traffic school for two weeks. Blomquist said he would attend ' the'' school and • planned to appeal his conviction. . He was convicted Sept. 22 of "failure to yield the right- of-way to a bicycle" on a sidewalk while emerging from a . private driveway. An 8 year old girl suffered, injuries in the accident. OBITUARIES Escapee Found/ But Companion Makes Getaway LEHI, Utah County (UPI) — A Utah State Prison escapee wa captured early today by Utah County Sheriff's officers, but a fellow inmate got away again. Officers said James Mott, 28, was taken at the home of an unidentified Lehi man but his Laurence G. Whitney TREMONTON — Laurence Gaylc Whitney, S3, of Tremonton, died Wednesday in the Logan LDS Hospital of complications follow- "ng surgery. He was born Aug. 11, 1918, at Center dale, Utah, a son- of William Wells and Nellie McCarthy Fox Whitney. He was married to Dottle Field on Feb. 27, 19«, in the Salt Lake LOS Temple. He was a dry farmer and received several awards including, a. certificate of merit for outstanding work in soil conservation and the. Farmers' Union cleanup award. • He was .Farm Bureau Association director for tha Trempnton area man of political activities. H« graduated from Utah State University where he received » second lieutenant commission in the ROTC. He was active in church and civic affairs. ' -j A member of the LDS .Church, ^JJmo IIM ._.._. in the'Tre- ""surviving-.are. his widow; of.-.Tremonlon, one son, Hirec-daughters, George Field Whitney, Tremonton; Mrs. H. Jay-(Brenda Gavje) Hassell;- -Winston-Silem. N.C.: Mrs. Duncan (Lesliel.iyeryers'and^e,; Louise Whitney RANDOM REFERENCES •and chair- i mission to New Zealand.and jf his ideath was a high priest 1894 in Stcrl r-g both oV.Rocr,ester,.N:Y.; two gran two brothers, two s.stw, Celn«r _A Whit- Elda Frischknecht •Mrs. Elda Chrislensen • Frischknfcht,.-76, of Manti, .died Friday,at the McKay Hospital of natural causes. She was born Sept Utah, a daughter of "Jiels C. and Hannah Bund»rson C h r i sten- sen, . On Dec. 22, 1915, she was married to, Wi If ord G. Frisclv k n e c h t in the LDS Mantt Temple. She had been active- the Manti North Ward In the Relief. Society and Primary. She had also bewi- „ temple worker and had been president of the Manti Lades Lt erary Club and active in Red Cross, PTA and.was .a member of the Daughters of Utah-Pioneers. Surviving are her husband, Manti; following ions,, daughters, Neil C. Frischknecht, Provo; W. Dean Frischknecht,. Corvallis, Ore.; Kay L; Frischknecht, 1 Manti; Donald J. Frtschkntchr, • Sail Lake City; Clair E. Frischknecht,-and Mrs. Audrey Bonnell, both of OgdL-n; 35;'grandchildren and 13- great; grandchildren. Driving without "a Utah license is the offense to which Larry M. Mumford, 19, 2165 Fowler, pleaded guilty and was sentenced' to $40- or .-20 days in jail plus"f6ur days' in jail- by Ogden City Judge E.F. Ziegler^ Attention Hunters: Hunting in Scare Canyon Ranch Association area permitted ''for association members &'.... their parties only. Members may pickup decals at 325 39th'- Street, -Ogden. Mane Harris. Sec. .'Treasurer, (adv.) Mary "Ana Duran, 32, 330 28th~, has forfeited $50 bail posted when .she was charged with improper lookout and driving .without a license, Ogden City Court records show. • Wheel chains, crutches, rib traffic accident, has forfeited $35 bail posted against;, the citation. • • •'!'•' M'a u r e e n A. Bowden Shepherd, 21, 1220 Binford,*ited for failure to yield the right o£ way, has forfeited bail in; the amount of $35. , . ."^ African Violets, hospitaT^and birthday gifts. 474 4th St. (aflv.) "Forfeiture of $35 by Golden Earl Brown, 72, 3861 Ogden- for the offense of improper lookout has been reported. »•» ' Walter Craig Morlock, 19^5621 S. 2700 W., Roy, has forfeited $35 bail for failing to answer- the charge of making a U-turn when unsafe to do so, Ogden City Court records show. : ' : ;aacs, elastic hose, prescriptions Free delivery. Prescrip Lion Center. Phone 393-8436 or 399-1126. (adv.'i den'; "M"rs'.""'wiimi Zollingcr, Providence, and Mrs. Spencer (Bonnie Jean) Gardner, alackfoot, Idaho.- Funeral services will be conducted Monday it 2 p.m. in the Tremonton 4th Ward FriMd! may call at tho Rogers Mortuary In Tremonfon Sunday, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. and Monday from 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. Interment- will.be In the River View Cemetery ire Tremonton. Family, suggest donations to th» North Box Elder Community Hospital. Funeral'serviccs will be held Monday at Og- 1 p.m. in Manti;Norlh Ward'Chapel. Friends may call at the Buchanan Mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9' p.m.. Burial will be' in the Manti Cily Cemetery.. ' : . . UTAH DEATHS Associated Press Richard Bergan, 56,.Salt Lake companion, Jame Porter, appar- City ently escaped before the house Christian R. Lovendam, «a, I Salt Lake City ' Louise S. Gobbis, 70, West could be surrounded. I Officers said it was luck that they found Mott at the house. They went there about 1:30 a.m. with a warrant for the owner, and when they arrived they saw Mott's car in front. Reinforcements were called and Mott was found, in a bathtub. Mott and Porter escaped from the minimum security section of the prison Sept. 20. - Paul Leonard Brennan, 19,163 N Quincy,'. has forfeited $35 bail for 'the'. violation of improper lookout, records show. _ Irma H Moon, 50, 2636 Experience has no substitute . . . Ask about our special "Senior Citizens Prescription Plan. Free delivery. Charge accounts at Prescription Center. Dial ;93-B436.' (adv.) Charlotte Mathews Tillmsn, 23 312 32nd, cited for improper lookout, has forfeited $35rbail ,>r^ed WTfailu're P«t*i against the charge.^ to.yield rightof-way following a UtohnNamed Nevada Church Bishop RENO, Nev. (UPI) — The Very Rev. Wesley Frensdorff, of Salt Lake City, was named the new bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Nevada. Father Frensdorff, 45, was picked from a list of eight nominees on the second ballot of the voting by lay and clergy representatives. Father Frensdorff succeeds The Rt. Rev. William Gcdseil Wright, bishop of Nevada, who announced his retirement earlier this year. The-Rev. Frensdorff became dean of St. Mark's Cathedral in Salt Lake City in 1962 after several years of work in northern Nevada churches. He took a sabbatical leave from the parish in 1965 for a mission service in Nicaragua and returned to Salt Lake City in 1969. Father Frensdorff is expected to arrive in Reno Monday for meetings with various committees. He and his wife, Doroles, have •five children. YOUTH EARNS CHURCH AWARD ^ years to replace"some of the trees. Ernest Alan Dalpias, 16. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Dalpias of 924 Cook received his Duty to God award from the Ogden LDS 71st Ward. Young Dalpias is an Eagle Scout with Boy Scout' Troop 240 of the 71st Ward. He is a member of the national honor society at Ben Lomond High School where he is a junior. He has been very active in various church and scouting activities. LEGAL NOTICES BEFORE CASE NO. «437 NOTICE OF HEARING THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSI ON OF UTAH: In the master of the amended application of Gary C. Rasmussen, dba R&R Express for a certificate of-convenience and necessity to operate as a common motor carrier of property in Jnrrastste commerce. Notice is hereby given that the above entitled amended application _wiN be heard Jordan Noah M. Pulley, 85, American Fork Natalya P. Callaway, 79, Santaquin- Charles A. Arnold, 82. Salt Lake City James P. Rasmussen, 80, Salt Lake City Bert. R. Russell, 80, Salt Lake Veral M. Simpson, 76, Salt Lake City Anelina B. DeNiro, 56, Salt Lake City Ann S. Draper, 76, Provo Mary T. Wilkinson, 6.9, Leland: • 01 - FUNERAL NOTICES HERRERA — Mass of tht Resurrection for Thcodosio Herrcra will be offered Monday ah 10 am. in' Saint Joseph's Catholic Church. Holy Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. in th= Larkin Chapel of tha'Dawn where, friends may call Sunday from 7. to 9 p.m. and Monday until 9:45 a.m. Interment will bo in the Og-. den City Cemetery directed by Lirkin & Sons Mortuary. I northern Utah, and travelers jwere urged to use caution. Church -to Hear Speaker Sunday Guest speaker at the Canyon Road Assembly of God Sunday will be Rev. Brian Bailey, recently returned from Asia. A native of England, Rev. and Mrs. Bailey have worked as missionaries in southern France and Switzerland and are former Bible instructors at the Elim Bible Institute in Lima, New York. , Rev. Kenneth Brethouwer is pastor at the church located at! 1390 Canyon Road. Gains Promotion LAYTON — Marine dpi. Johnny P. Lopez, husband of the former Jo Ann Mizell of 121 Hawthorne. Layton, was pro- bcfore the Public Service Commission of Utah at its hearing room, 330 East 4Ni Souln st -- Sa " Lake City, " fan ' °" Tuesday, A carport roof at a Salt Lake|| nh ,' ,?Vn.o y /.L. 01 ' 0 ''"' " 7 '' " mmtnc ' apartment house Collapsed Un- Applicant proposes to operatt as a com- Hpr- thp snnw damat/m? 10 oars m °" Hrrier °' molor vehicle for the trans- der ine snow, damaging iu tdrs. | p 0rf3tion of itcrns of pcrs onai property of SnOW was Still falling Friday I100 pounds or less per shipment for each WHEELWRIGHT- Funeral scrviccs^for Dew- j :_ iV B -mountain nrpas nf shipment over irregular routes from Osden, in we mountain areas or. Wah to C | HrfiC | dj utahi and from fl Mr ; field, Utah, to Salt Lake City, Utah, and from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Clearfield, I Wan, and from Clearfield, Utah, to Ogden, | Utah, and from Salt Lake City, Utah, to I Ogden, Utah. Clearfield, Utah, • includes = the Freeport Center s&rving the intermedi-' "~ ate point of Syracuse, Utah. By order of the Commission. Dated at Sslt Lake City, Utah, this 2Sth day of September, 1971. EUGENE S. LAMBERT (Eugene S. Lambert, Secretary} Attorney of Record: BARRIE G. W.cKAY ey Wheelwright will be held Monday at 2 p.n% in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn where friends may call Monday after 12 'nterment will be- in the Morgan Directed by Larkin & noon City .Cemetery. Sons Mortuary, 02 - FLORISTS moted to his present rank while Hill AFB Plans Training Talks HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The base. chapel will hold a teacher training seminar Monday through Friday at Chapel No. 1, with sessions each evening from 7 to 9:15 p.m. Directing the .seminar will be Robert B. Williams from the Gabriel RJchard Institute of Detroit, Mich. A graduate of Syracuse University, Mr. Williams has been associated with the institute since 1964. He specializes in staff training, establishing leadership centers and conducting special workshops in group dynamics, problem solving and effective teaching. The base workshop will be entitled "Workshop in Dynamics of Effective Teaching." Both Catholic and Protestant religious educators will attend. serving with the Marine racks, Fallbrook, Calif. Bar- McKay, Burton. McMurray & Thurman 500 Kennecort Bldg. Sslt Lake Cily, Uta'h Mill Pub. Oct. i, 2, 1971. . - 5126 And The Flowers Are Furnished By Olive and Mark Klenke Flora! 2955 Washington Phone Services Dated By Congregation CLEARFIELD — The Primitive Baptist Church will hold services Sunday at 10 -a.m. at 129 S. State: .' Elder H. H. Montgomery of Sunset will preach the .sermon. Services will be held on the first and third Sundays. Lesson-Sermon /s Announced The Bible lesson-sermon. "Unreality," will be read at First Church of Christ. Scientist, 780 24th during the 11 a.m. service Sunday. Theme of the . -presentation | focuses more attention on thei source of thought' and- action. -Bible .passages will be correlated with readings from "Science-and Health With Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. OGDEN ORTHOPEDIC CO. •_-„•,-: _• ' >»r- : " rUmbi—Bracins—Suppcrti •nd all your ORTHOPEDIC NEEDS CaH 246-23rd St. Rear Ph. 399-969» FOR THE VERY BEST IN GRAVE MEMORIALS Boyd Mildon's- American .Monument OGDEN, UTAH, 4329 Rlverdale R<5. Ph. 394-4784 KIWI says: Specializing in Funeral Designs JIMMY'S FLOWER SHOP 430-25th St. Ph. 621-2360 CLASSIFIED INDEX Ifi oft to fini'ttit loWHtn-tcyeur want or need lit Tht JUtHir* Ex.minir't RMiler ReichcrWjnt Ad column!. Llsttd btlow It th. Key t. Northern Utah's raoir iivtnified M.rkitplice. Be-iuri In Rwd Mid Use thm'columns rtaularly - You'll,profit in so m«ny wiyil. ANNOUNCEMENTS LAWN-FARM & GARDEN • 01 -Funeral NoticK -.02-Floriiti - .- '(M-Sp«Ial'Gre«tings •05—Memorial Notices. 06^Lost & Found "/-Personals • SELECTED OFFERS OS-Jobs of Interest .Male or Female. 09-SituatLpns Wanted 10-Business Opportunities 11—Money to : Loan 12—Instruction - . 13-Music Lessons U-Child Care 15-Auctions 16—Insurance BUSINESS SERVICES Listed under Business Service •STATE FOR SAIE 17-Arta 18-Wcber County 19-N. Davis County 20-Box Elder County 21-Morgan County c 22-Farms &•Ranches 23—Business Property 24-Acreage i Lots 25-Vacatlon Property ' 26-Mobile Homes RENTALS 27-Houses . 29-Furnished Apts. S Duplexes 29-Unfurnishtd Apts, i Duplex" 30—Rooms. 31-Mobile Homes 32-Otfke & Business 33—Rental Agencies 3.1-Wanted to Rent MERCHANDISE 35-Miscellaneous for Sail 36—Wantcd-To Buy 37-Sho« 1 Clothing 3&-Antiques 39-,'Ausic»l Instruments /0-Radio-TV * Sttrcos 41—Furniture & Caroer /3-Air Conditioning X4-Building Material! ^5-Good Things To E«t ^-Plants-Trees i Shrubs •^7-Fertilizer & Top Soil .!B-Hay-Graiti i Feed 49-Firewood' 50-Pels & Supplies 51-Livestock & Poultry 5S-Farm i Ranch Suppliel 53—Farm Implements .54-Pasture For Rent RECREATIONAL J5-Ayi«tion 56—Boats & Marine Items 57—Sporting Goods se-Skilng Equipment 59-Snow Vri : cles 60-Travel Trailers 61-C«mpers 62—Motor Home* 63-Tourist i Trailer Parkl AUTOMOTIVE 64-Auto Seryices-Part^Ji Accessories 65-Aulos Wanted 66-Autos For Rent 67-Cycles A Supplies 6S-Utilily Trailers 69-Heavy Ecjuipment 70-Trucks AUTOS FOR SALE 71-American Motors 72-Buick 73-Cadill«c 74—Chevrolet 75-Chrysler 76—Dodqe . 77-Ford 73-lmport-Ssorls Cart 79—Jeep—4-Wheel Drives 80-Lincoln 81—Mercury 82-Oldsmobili S3—Plymouth 84— Pontiac 85-All M»k« I. Models , call 394-7711 toil<y. * ««"<" *•«"« Ad-Vii.r will lp you word «i «....!. T«r •< for ,h. b.s, m ,l.. jf the lowest cost. TT,. Claisificd Department is open we.kd.y. b.twe.n t a.m. «"! S P-">. Situriiays 8 '."I- to noon. Closed on Holidays. The de.Jline (or placing ad' usinj "">H <VP« «""? '• •>" •"" M °" .d is to «p»">r. Ad. starting Monday muit bt. placid by noon th. preceding Saturo.y. Du« K> heavy volum., we prefer tint ids lUrtmj »n Sunday, be pl«td by J p.m. tht prccidinj Friday. The deidlinn for pl.cin, ids usinj laroer type li two d»y. befort they ,,e to !PP «r, .xcept onei th.t .r. to .tJrt on Siind.y or Monday which must be plicei thre. diy. prior to iiutrtion. Peggy Turner Rassmussen, 61, 3082 N. 300 E., forfeited $35 for failure to appear on a charge of improper lookout. ^^^ DO YOUR PROSPECTS KNOW YOUR NUMBER? Many dollars in s«l« are lost" by firms every day because potential customers don't know the firms na/nc, address or phone number. -"_ Make it easy for people to Jmd you by listing your store, shop>* of* fice or service in our "LET AN--.EX- PF.RT DO THE JOB" Directory. It-iap- pears in the Classified columns-«ily and is a convenient guide forever 150,000 people who read the Standard-Examiner daily. ".•". whatever your product or ser/ice, you can reach more prospects by^listing your firm in the "LETs^AN EXPERT DO THE JOB" Directory^, Call 394-7711 today. An experienced Account Representative will, be glad to help you with your ed.~ CARD OF THANKS Words cannot adequately express the appreciation to the many frirnds who called on our father, Yasaburo Yamone durinfl his stay at the St. Benedict's and Weber Memorial .Hospitals. We wish also 10 take tht£op- portunity to express our deepest thanks and appreciation, for thsTivuv/ kina words of sympathy that Acre extended to us during this timt. of bereavement. -» The family of Yasaburo Yamani- To whom It may concern; New Zion Baptist Church will npr be responsible for any debts contracted by any other" than, Buying Committee, New Zion Baptist Church, October 1, 1971. __ LORENZO BELL SR. BRIDGE CLASSES - Beginning and Intermediate, starting September 22, Bridge Center. Phone 671-4300.. 06 - LOST & TOY POMERANBAN — Female, reddiin brown hair. Fink lace collar. Reward, 508 27lh. Apt. 4. _ _ LOST: Female Brittany Spaniel, brawn • and White. Call after 5:30. Reward. 392-5207. ' .._ LOST - Cold puppy, 10 weeks, part Pomeranian, vicinity 2738 Van Buren*,. Reward. 392-0271. _ ._ LOST: Female German Shepherd. ' U.n. •_ swers Wheeze. Black 4 gold. Scar* •nder left «yc. Reward. 621-6879. ALCOHOLIC PROBLEMS?" CONTACT . , • Alcoholics Anonymous _ r CENTRAL OFFICE ' " !" 1520 Washington Blvd. • *" 2-1 .HOUR SERVICE ' ""'' "' Phone 621-1076 -••••» 24 HOUR SERVICE .-.' ZIP UP YDUK ANNOUNCEMENT Bad Weather Has Caused Postponement of the PARADE OF UNTIL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5th _JDIRECTORY_ Accounting Bookkeeping Services Experienced. Phone 782-4273 Basements BASEMENTS EXCAVATED under exiltmg homes — Fine estimates. All United. Ph. 621-3542, 825-9793, or 399-5815. • Ceilings WHITE - SPARKLING - TEXTURED ALSO PAINTING-PAPERING-REPAIRS- GUARANTEED WORK - VAN DYKE'S PH. 393-7102 — EVES. 393-7511 -^..SPARKLING CEILINGS * Not a side line,, 1 spray •-••• " ' Celllnss only. Free Sst. • 621-3526-625-0988-376-4083 Free estimates, all colors of glitter, finest materials, latest machinery Phone 393-7319 or 825-8030 Cleaning DIRECTORY Cement •^•Custom Concrete-^ DAYTON CUSTOM CONCRETE 392-1112 or 399-479-i Bank Amcricard or Master Charge " ALL UNI 1 tU Frc« estimates, 621-3542, 825-9793, 399-5B15 CONCRETE DRIVES, pAtios, sidewalk. stats and city licensed. Free cs!i- mates Phons 394-6760. PATIOS — Driveway, Carpentry, nuisance lobs. Pierce Homo repair, 3992741 or 393-5716. CEMENT FINISHING -driveways, pities, • walls,- etc. ..Phone ...399-9453. ..Free estimates. Decorating,: Painting PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, WALTEXING V/ALL WASHING AND PAPER CLEANING W1LLARD DRANEY, 392-9872 RUARK'S PAINTING-INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR - LARGE OR SMALL JOBS. 353J567. OPEN 24 HOURS. •••JJjJjiiHB ^ — ~~ ^^^BTnTjiT^H^H Decorating, Painting ^^^^^LJliUi^^^^^H VIN nrifF'S - EXT. INT. PAINTING ••UBH • Vi pries en • • Stiom Cfiaring • • 6c I • p.r >q. ft. • • The N*wut • • SMfim • • M.H.o-1 • • Ogd.r-Koy - .392-0661 • J Dovii Co 825.4667 f I ILHKK. 3 CARPET CARE 2566 Wash. Blvd. RUARK'S . ... HOUSE CLEAN IN'G'SERYICE :...-. . -AND' PAINTING. ..' • tCarper and upholstery cleaning--• Wall washing - Floor waxing •• Window cleaning—Special cleanup FRANCIS RUARK, Mgr. Owner "Call for FREE-Estimatc" if PHONE 393-3567^ way .extracts the '6irt our safe anS 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 PAPERING CARPET CLEANING WORK GUARANTEED - FREE ESTIMATE PH. 393-7102 EVES. 393-7511 Complete housecleaning and decorating Licensed. Phone 394-3509 Electrical Wiring Very reasonable. No job too small. Licensed. Ph. 394-0272, • Licensed. Free estimates. Coll 399-0289 Excavating ALL UNITED Free estimates, 621-3542/825.9793, : 399-5815". CHAIN LINK - buy now JlH SAVE. ACME FENCE CO.,. 800 Wall. PHONE '. 399-5571. Garage Doors FIBERCLAS, wood or Htcl, residential or commercial. ' Also garage door 4 openers. Burton Walker lumber Co, 2427 Lincoln -Ave. Ph. 394-8861. Crawford Doors . All sizes and styles. 392-1502 DIRECTORY Hauling Trash, General Hauling Reliable, honest service. 394.0432 hauling. Spotless cleanup, prompt service. Phone 393-0134. Home Repairs spotless cleanup, prompt scrvici Phone 393-0124 ROOFING-PAINTING-CLEANING OIL/GRAPHITE, MISC. REPAIRS THE HANDIMAN SERVICE, 393-7254 : Kitchen Cabinets torn di signed for your home , . . exciting styling, variety of finishes. - Exclusivt at Anderson Lumber. Call Garry M:e»n, 394-7725. . Landscaping TRACTOR WORK, grading, hauling -*PtfONE 394-2383* Plastering AL - METZLER, pl»sl«rinj, jllttired, sprayed ceilings, foundation plastering. Call 392-2429. FOUNDATION, retaining. wills plastered. Work guaranteed. Fre« estimate. 621-3957 Ratn Gutters JIM EVANS, licensed contractor. 1J years experience. Free estimates, all work guaranteed. 393.4771. Soft Water SALES, KtNTAlS AND REPAIRS. Free estimates. Now-Way soft water. 825-4084 Storage INSIDE WINTER STORAGE. Can, boats, trailers, etc., ».so mo. up. Concrete floors. 399-2968 or 392-4689. : Remodeling MSEMENTS DUG UNDER EXISTING HOMES, and all types or remodeling Free estimates. All United, 621-3542 BASEMENT FINISHING, garagi, room addition/ roofinq; 'etc. '.. Licensee 'con tractor 399-0083.- 392-5972. WANT A HOUSE OR A HOME? Find the house that's the riqht homt for you Check today's Classified Ads nowl DIRECTORY Remodeling REMODEL Wl In incBtoii • KITCHENS • BATHROOMS • ADDITIONS • ELECTRICAL • BASEMENTS • CERAMIC TILE CONCRETE & ALUMINUM SIDING WORK 825-6297 OR 394-6464 *FREE ESTIMATES* Dodson Const. ROOFS — re-roots — repairs, all type*. Bob Weir Co. Experienced, reliable. 392-2201 or 723-4927. COLORED TV SERVICE Reasonable. Spring special BILL'S HOME TUBE TESTING $5 for service call plus tubes 399-9355 Tree-Shrub Servie» Mecham Tree Service Free Est., 393-2864 PETRICK TREE SERVICE Pruning, topping, spraying, remov- SPECIAL — Juniper fhrob trimming. Bi» tree topping. Fret estimate. 393- TREMAINE'S TREE SERVICE trimming, topping .and removtl Free estimates. Phone 782-O756 •*• TREES AND SHRUBS * trimmed, and, or removed. Typing PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVICE Convenient location Waterproofing teed. Palmer Construction Co. 3934312. IASEMEMT; AND FOUNDATIONS w<ttr- ' proofed — Free estimates. All United. Ph. 621-3542, 825-9793, a 399-5815. Yard Cleaning SHRUBS trimmed, treei ropptd — r«- moved, yard work. Free estimates. • r Phonc 393-0124. FALL CLEANUP PHONE 825-4161 UNUSED items turn into budget siviri. Get extra cash with i Classified Ad. Dial 394-7717 nowi F-1

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