The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 9, 1975 · Page 18
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 18

Provo, Utah
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Wednesday, April 9, 1975
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Fare Increases Granted Utah Wednesday. April 9. 1975, THE HfcRALD, Provo, Utah-Page 19 PI. Grove PTA Council Sigh.see Firm C/10OS6S SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Utah Public Service Commission has granted fare increases of 25 to 80 cents a trip of sightseeing tours conducted by Salt Lake Transportation Co. The PSC said the increases will allow the firm to raise its tour profits from last year's $115 to $4,414 in 1975 based on gross revenues of about $125,000. Salt Lake Transportation is authorized to provide sightseeing tours between all points within 26 air miles of Salt Lake City and any other point in the state of Utah. PLEASANT GROVE Officers for the Pleasant Grove PTA Council for the coming school year will be Mrs John Sudweeks, president; Mrs. Arthur E. Sisam, vice president; Mrs. Robert Wadman, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Boyd Fugal, scholarship, and Eugene Maag, teacher representative Mrs. Hanna Hill. PTA Council president for the current year, made the announcement at a meeting held in the Pleasant Grove Junior High School The new officers will begin their duties following the close of this school year Mrs. Sudweeks is the mother of four boys plus one foster boy from the Indian Placement Program She is also the author of the best selling cookbook. "Kitchen Magic," which deals with food storage and rooking with grains She has been requested as a guest on TV and radio talk shows throughout the United States and frequently speaks to clubs and Relief Society organizations. Her many other activities include being a publisher, lecturer and consultant to business firms as well as being a teacher in the Alpine School District adult education program She has been president of the NEW Way Club, family genealogist, and president of a multi-million dollar corporation, yet she has never worked away from her home Previously she has served as a program chairman of the Valley View PTA, and been a room mother. MRS. JOHN SUDWEEKS ASSISTING WITH refreshments at the orientation meeting for candidates for the Pleasant Grove Strawberry Days Queen were, from left, Charlene Ostergaard, Linda Zufelt, Cheryl Curry and Joy Tucker. The girls are four of 15 candidates who will be selected on May 3. The mothers of the girls were also guests. 15 Pleasant Grove Girls Seek Strawberry Days Queen Title PLEASANT GROVE Fifteen candidates are entered in the Strawberry Days Queen Contest in Pleasant Grove, it was announced by the Elysium Club, sponsors of the event. The annual Strawberry Day's Queen pageant will be held May 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Pleasant Grove High School auditorium. Miss Pleasant Grove is selected in the same contest, although her actual selection is by popular vote of the audience. This year's candidates are Sherrie Ashton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ashton; Sheryl Curry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Curry; Jeanne Emal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emal; Carolyn Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Freeman; Nancy Fullmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Report Claims Citizens Aided By Relocation Most people are better off after being relocated by State highway projects according to a study recently completed by Weber State sociology professor Dr. Stephen S.Stanford. The study, conducted for the Utah State Department of Highways, covered 175 families living in the greater Salt Lake Gty and Ogden areas who were relocated between 1963 and 1973. The study gathered the families' opinions concerning their move, the financial settlement they received from the Highway Department, how they liked their new home and neighborhood, and the effects of the move on their social life and personal interests. It found that 68 per cent of the families were favorable to the move, 55 per cent believed they gained on the financial deal and 33 per cent thought they broke even. The majority of families, 67 per cent, rated their new homes as good as if not better than their old homes, and 69 per cent of the families surveyed were more than happy with the change in housing. New neighborhoods were rated as better than their old by 69 per cent and 58 per cent were favorable to the change in neighborhoods. Fullmer; Debbie Gray, daughter of Mrs. Beverly Gray; Myrna Jarvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendyl L. Jarvis. Terri McCormick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCormick; Christy Orton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Orton; Diane Oscarson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Oscarson; Charlene Ostergaard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Ostergaard; Sharon Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Peterson; Joy Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tucker; Evelina Yazzi, foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thacker, and Linda Zufelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Zufelt. CHANG AT OUR GRILL PORK FRITTER PLATTER Pork fritters served with creamy whipped potatoes & brown gravy, buttered vegetable, tomato slice, roll & butter, vanilla ice cream for desert. 1 79 Thursday Only Steam table opens at 11:00 to 2:00, 4:00 to 7:00, Saturday 11:00 to 7:00, Sunday 11:00 to 4:00 475 NORTH STATE STREET, OREM YOU KNEW US AS COMMERCIAL TIRE SERVICE UTAH'S LARGEST GOODYEAR DEALER. NOW WE HAVE BECOME PART OF BRHD RRCRN Inc., THE WORLD'S LARGEST GOODYEAR DEALER. THE SERVICE IS THE SAME. THE PEOPLE ARE THE SAME. SO HELP US CELEBRATE OUR NAME CHANGING SALE. BUY THE IST TIRE AT REGULAR PRICE GET THE 2«D ONE HAMBURGERS L MOM. TOE. WED. ' at all T)E&± v Drive Ins Double Steel Belted Radials BLEMS 40,000 MILE TIRES BUILT FOR 1975 NEW CARS Just Say Charge It Just Say Charge It WHITEWALL SIZE BR78-13 DR78-14 ER78-14 FR78-14 HR78-I4 GR78-15 HR78-15 LR78-15 FITS MODELS OF: REGULAR PRICE EACH Vega, Colt, Dart, Pinto, Falcon, Mustang & others Gremlin, Hornet, Javelin, Valiant, Duster, Barracuda, Maverick & others Matador, Ambassador, Nova, Chevelle, Camaro, Dart, Mustang, Cougar & others Torino, Ambassador, Camaro, Cutlass, Chevelle, Challenger, Roadrunner, Charger & others Matador Wagon, Sportwagon, Vista Cruiser, LeMans Wagon, Charger Wagon & others Chevrolet, Polara, Galaxie, Monterey, Fury, Catalina & others LeSabre, Riviera, Newport, Galaxie, Monterey, Olds, Pontiac & others Cadillac, Buick Estate Wagon, Imperial, Monaco Wagon & others $65.20 $67.85 $69.00 $74.55 $83.75 $79.80 $85.75 $92.85 2nd TIRE FREE PLUS F.E.T. PER TIRE & OLD TIRES $2.16 $2.45 $2.55 $2.67 $3.09 $2.96 $3.17 $3.46 Just Say Charge It Just Say Charge It Sale Prices in Effect Thru Sat. Night Goodyear wants America on in Jh 1 Radials Let's Go America! Goodyear is having a nationwide sale on money-saving double steel belted radial tires for American cars. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. DAILY 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. SATURDAY BBP • i^ J^w WNtr m ilk JP^I^BlWI JP^^ • lH • m iB ^MMi 14S1 NORTH STATE STREET, PROVO, UTAH FORMERLY • COMMERCIAL TIRE SERVICE. INC. PHONE 373*2213

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