The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 35
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 35

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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Sunday. April 6. 1975, THE HERALD, Prove, Utah-Page 35 IOIN UTAH'S MUSICAL AMBASSADORS. The Utah Symphony is sa\ing a seal for you in Carnegie Hall, at the Kennedy Center and in London's Royal Festival House. Those are just 3 of the mam stops the Symphony makes on their special tour leaving Utah May ] ( ) (for Id glorious days) en route to Washington D.C., Neu York, Scotland and England. Think of the Thames, Loch Lomond, shopping in New York, sight-seeing in Washington. Think of rubhing elbows with some Very Important People. It's right at your fingertips, but reservations are limited. Call for yours today: Alice Athas, Symphony Chairman, 355-5061; Utah Symphony Office, 328-5626 or American Express, 328-9733. VERDE & WAGNER, WELCOME TO UTAH! With your help, full-scale opera productions will become a way of life in Utah. Join us at the Hotel Utah Lafayette Ballroom, Saturday, April 12 for a Utah Opera Guild gala and fund-raiser. You'll enjoy a luncheon and showing of fashions from ZCMI. Plus a special program featuring Robert Peterson and loAnn Ottley. You could even win a door prize. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the service desk of the ZCMI Salt Lake downtown store or ZCMI at the Cottonwood Mall. Or call 278-8323, 278-1104 or 278-5512. All proceeds go to the Utah Opera Guild. SALE! SALE! WE'RE CLOSING OUR NO. 1 WAREHOUSE. And everything in it must be sold even if we have to mark it lower than cost. We're moving from our warehouse at 241 West 17th South, to our new Distribution Center & we'd rather sell everything than move it. So we're having a 3 day bonus buy special. Save on toys, small appliances, carpets, furniture, notions, major appliances, bedding, domestics & more -whew, what more could you ask for! 3 days only: Fri. 5 to 9 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Monday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Watch for our big ad this week. FERTILIZE THAT LAWN, TILL THAT GARDEN. It's that time of year again, when the snow blowers go inside and the yard and garden tools make 'heir premier appearance. But, don't despair, we'll help you fight the battle of the weeds and solve the case of the aging lawn mower in our Garden Shops. We've got tools galore, mowers of every description, tillers, electric clippers, hoses and some good advice. Come see us before you spot your first sprout of crab grass. y V JANTZEN & THE SUMMER PEOPLE: GOING SLEEK IN LYCRA* SPANDEX, COOL IN DACRON® POLYESTER When we say Jantzen, we mean summer. Just one glance will tell you that this is the summer you'll look and feel better wearing Jantzen for fun, for sports, for travel, for good old everyday living. An afternoon at the beach finds you feeling fabulously sleek in our featured 'Firestorm' mio swimsuit. It's a winning combination of Antron® nylon and Lycra® spandex. It holds its shape...and yours! Vibrant red/yellow combination. Sizes 8-16, $28. 'Summer Brights' Antron nylon/Lycra spandex bikini gives maximum sun-exposure. Yellow, turquoise, green or orange. Sizes 8-14, $17. Wear it with a matching Summer Brights shirt. Sizes S-M-L, $20. Sing a summer song in Jantzen's Dacron polyester/cotton sport coordinates. 'Song Bird' short sleeve placket shirt in canary/aqualite combination. Sizes S-M-L-XL, $14. From the 'Bird Land' collection, white, aqualite or canary Jamaica shorts. Sizes 10-18, $10. 'Song Bird' midriff-tie shirt in canary/aqualite. Sizes S-M-L, $12. 'Bird Land' shorts in white, aqualite or canary yellow. Sizes 8-16, $10. The summer people can't do without Jantzen... neither can you. It's One Step Ahead in Fashion in Fashion Sportswear. Pima cotton 22" square scarf patterned for summer, $4 in ZCMI Fashion Accessories. CSOIVII ZCMI.., ONE STEP AHEAD IN FASHION

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