The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah (2024)

1, I 73 Born natural 5. 21, CL. Intermountain William Wolstenholme MAGNA William Wolstenholme, 84, 3287 72nd West, died April at his home of causes. July 1886. Salt.

Lake to City. Levil and Martha Hunter Wolstenholme. Married Mabel Reid April 1906; she died Nov. 12, 1908. Kate Haun, June 30, 1920, Salt Lake City.

Veteran WW Former member American LePosti 38; American Legion Quartet. Farmer. Retired employe Hercules Powder Co. Survivors: widow: son. daughter, W.

Mrs. Rachael Gurbaugh, both Magna: 6 grandchildren 9 greatgrandchildren; sisters. Mrs. LUCY Walker, Mrs. Laura Marshall, both Magna.

Funeral 1 p.m.. Hunter LDS Ward Chapel, 6000 W. 35th South. Friends call 8525 W. 27th South.

Monday 7-9 p.m.. chapel Tuesday one hour prior to services. Burial Pleasant Green Cemetery. Robert W. Chesley Robert Wagner Cheslev.

20. 1420 Gil lespie, died April 22 in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes. Born Jan. 1. 1950, Salt Lake City, to Robert Wayne a nd Shirley Wager Chesiey.

Married Juanita Goebel, June 1968, In pen dence, Mo. Member LDS Church. Attended Sandy schools. Employe mach- Dynainist. Survivors: widow: son, Lake Trevor, Salt YA mother, Phoenix, father, Wouds Cross: brothers, sister, Lorin, Scott.

Terry, all Phoenix: W. grandparents, Mr. Effie and Mrs. Clarence Wager, Mrs. Chesley, all Salt Lake City.

Funeral Monday, noon, 9331-4th Sandy Tenth Friends LDS Ward Chapel. East. call 260 E. South Temple Sunday 6-8 p.m.. chapel Monday one hour prior to services.

Burial pending. Annie S. Hunt MAGNA Annie Seat Hunt 95, 9977 W. 3100 South, Magna, died April 22, 1971, in a Salt Lake hospital of a heart ailment. Born Sept.

9, 1875, Person: County. N.C.. to Ditron Scott and Victoria Box Seat. Married Wilford Hunt, May 1, 1909, Payson. He died Feb.

12, 1912. Member Mana First Ward: member Relief Society. Survivors: son. Levi Magna; four greatsister, Mrs. Ed (Sarah) Perrenoud, Magna.

Funeral Monday, noon, Magna Ward chapel, 2941 S. 9150 West. Friends call 8525 W. 2700 South, Magna, Sunday, 6-8 p.m., and Monday, a.m. Burial, Payson City Cemetery.

Regina B. Anderson SANDY Regina Josephina Borg Anderson, 83, 109 E. 8000 South, died April 22, 1971, in a Murray hospital of natural causes. Born Feb. 3, 1888, Sparrahoim, Sweden, to August and Johanna Erickson Borg.

a rried Franz Jullus Anderson, March 18, 1914 Salt Lake Temple. He died Auq. 31, 1926. Member, and Second Ward. Survivors: sons da hter, Clarence Salt Lake F.

Gordon, both Miss Vivian grandchildren; 11 dren; brothers, Knute Mrs. Salt Lake City: Mrs. Lean or I Tremonton; Mrs. Murray. Funeral Monday, ond Ward chapel, Friends call Sunday State, and Monday one hour before Murray City Cemetery.

Pearl N. PAYSON, Utah al services for Pearl Nielsen Petersen, 89, died Payson, who April 22 1971, in Ukiah, will be Saturdey, 2 p.m., First Ward chapel. Friends call one hour before services. Born Feb. 23, 1882, Spanish For k.

Married William Petersen. He died. Member LDS Church. Survivors: sons, daughters, Harry S. (Maude) Keele, City; Mrs.

Stella ton (Irene) Bawden, V. John, grandchild dren; brother, Mrs. Wick (Maude) Canyon. Burial Spanish City; Clifford Murray; Vernal both Sandy; 18 areat-grandchilsisters. David Mamie Erickson, all Walfred Sandy; (Dorthea) Stenquist, Elsa Linbera, noon.

Sandy Sec201 N. 200 East. 6-8 p.m., 4760 S. at the chapel services. Burial, Cemetery.

Petersen County Funer- both Ukiah, Auburn, eight 12 great-grandchilsister, Dell, Provo; Bartlett, Provo Fork City Ceme- both Salt Lake Johnson. Mrs. Mil- tery. Charles W. Garner HYRUM, Cache County Charles William Garner, 50, Salt Lake City, died April 21, 1971, in Clearfield.

The cause of death is pending a report from the State Medical Examiner's office. Born Aua. 16, 1920, Hyrum, to William Garner. Francis and Married Anna Lois LaRue Allen sen son Feb. 15, 1942.

Later divorced. Married Georgia Newlon, March 14, 1969, Salt Lake City. Salesman for Pronto veteran World War 11. Survivors: widow; sons, daughter, Mrs. Steven (Mariorie) Kohler, Missoula, Charles, William Jr.

Provo: Robert Arnold, Long Beach, Steven Edward, serving mission to Hawaii; stepson, Gerald Newlon, Salt Lake City: brothers, sisters, Mrs. B. J. (Mararette) Auman, Mrs. Demoine (Jolynn) Andrus, Rosa Lee, Keith all Hyrum; Laval San Jose, Calif.

Funeral Monday, 1 p.m.. Hyrum Third Ward chapel. Friends call Thompson Funeral Home, Hyrum, Sunday 7-9 p.m., and Monday one hour before services. Burial, Hyrum Cemetery. Jeannette L.

Kelly San Francisco. Aaron Lynn Rowell SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. Jeannette 71, E. former Watson resident of Lawrence Salt Lake City, Utah, died hospital. April 22, 1971, in a San Francisco Born March 2, 1900, Salt Lake son.

City, to Married and Ken Lawrence. He John Maria Littley Watdied. Married Patrick Kelly. He died. Survivors: son, daughter Kenneth Lawrence, Napa, Mrs.

(Margie) Ross, Daly City, eight grandchildren. Saturday, Funeral 2:30 p.m., in Aaron Lynn Rowell, day-old son of Lynn John and Feqqy Rasmussen, 614. Warnock died April 22 in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes, Born April 21, 1971, Salt Lake City. Survivors: parents; sister, Lisa; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Harold B. Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rasmussen; areat grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Elmer Larsen, Mrs. Florence Park, all Salt Lake City. Graveside Services Monday 11 a.m. Memorial Gardens of the Valley, 10600-17th East. Spec.

4 Larry L. Brown OGDEN Funeral services for Spec. 4 Larry L. Brown, 19, Ogden, who died April 171 in Long Binh, South Vietnam, of gunshot wounds, will be Saturday 3 p.m., Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel, Ogden, where friends, call Saturday prior to services. Burial Washington Heights Memorial Park.

Glen W. Duncan ial Idaho Falls Cemeterv. Robert J. Hardy Jr. LAVERKIN, Washington County Glen Wallace Duncan, 66, died April 21 at his winter home in Prescott, of natural causes.

Born Sept. 6. 1904, Iona, Idaho, to John Wallace and Matilda Jane Denning Duncan. Married Golda Emma Johnson, Jan. 14, 1928, Idaho, Falls, Idaho; she died.

Member LDS. Church; elder. Survivors: sons, Glen Jr. "Bud," Butte, David Oregon: Wesley Orvel, Darrell, all Henderson, 14 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Whitney (Ella) Jones, Santa Clara, Washington County: Mrs.

Sheldon (Blanche) Wright, Hurricane, Washington County; Mrs. Ray (Wanda) Bullington, Idaho; Mrs. Sheldon (Verda) DeMile, LaVerkin. Funeral Monday 2 p.m. LaVerkin LDS Ward Chapel.

Friends call Spilsbury Funeral Home, St. George, Sunday 7-8 p.m., chapel Mondav one hour prior to services. Bur- GRANTSVILLE, Tooele County Graveside services for Robert James Hardy two-hour-oid son of Robert James Sr. and Judy Hardy, El Monte, former Tooela residents. who died April 22 in an El Monte hospital of natural causes, will be Monday 3 p.m.

Grantsville City Cemetery. Born April 22, 1971, El Monte. Survivors: parents; sister, Heather, El Monte: grandmother. Mrs. Louise Hardy, Topele, he local 21, to Ford, 1971.

of in Philip Philip L. Ford SAN DIEGO, Lewis 86. San Diedo, died April a hospital a heart ailment. Born April 9. 1885.

Wallsburg, Utah. Joseph Levis and Lovina Smith Ford. Married Flora Elizabeth Yates. Aug. 20.

1908 Park City, Utah: later solemnized Salt Lake Temple. She died Nov. 1962. Retired carpenten: rancher: miner: former employe of Geneva Steel Plant 35. a carpenter; Church: member Ward.

Survivors: sons, liam Lester, Yates, El Caion, Orland both thews (Hilda) City: Mrs. Wayne Orem, Utah: Harker, Carbondale, Funeral Monday. Drawing Room where friends and Monday before East Lawn Memorial Funerals ANDREWS Amos E. (Andy) held Monday 1 Mortuary, East friends may call and Monday prior ment in the Estates, with rites by the V.F.W. No.

3566. Funeral Mortuary. BAXTER Lynn E. Baxter Saturday 12 noon Early, Mortuary, Private family in the Wasatch Park. Funeral Early.

BLACKHAM for Warren be held Saturday 39th Ward South. Friends 7-9 p.m. and to 11:30 a.m. in Mortuary, 2951 ment in the Park. Funeral Holbrook, Union CALIF Philip on construction and 5.

10 charts a yrs. LARGE S. person payroll Sauna at office Clemente, cities Salary cars in exp. on accounting, is heipful. City The Salt Lake Tribune, Saturday, April 24, 1971 33 -Massage and Bath MINING, URANIUM Free with massage.

363-9103. Philip THE SAUNA SWEDISH MASSAGE, MINING, URANIUM COPE buys patented mining calms. 809 N. 750 East. Bntf1.

295-9690. LOST POLIO LOST April 12th req. Alaskan Malamute, (sled dog) male. buff and white. mo.

25-in, very friendly. $100 reward. 363-2247 after 4:30. LOST Tan and white Chihuahua. ans.

to Peppie, vic. LDS Hosp. 8th West. Rew. 556 N.

8th West, 355-3550. OST April 21st intersection Center and Vine St. U(near Deseret Gyml, large red leatherette folder, of value only to owner. 594-4732. LOST Vic.

20th East. 10600. South, Male golden retriever Moose." About tall, 10 mos. old. very friendly.

Rew. 571-1995. LOST parking lot, Blue stroller, vic. 21st. Sear's Rew.

486-8011. LOST Male brownish black Burmese cal. Vic. Sugar House area. Child's pet.

277-0875 or 484-7117. LOST, black wallet. Rialto Theater, or downtown S.L.. keep money. Please send to address in wallet.

LOST Tan black Maltese mix. male. Vic. 18th East. 9th So.

363-8988. LOST Black Lab. Anis. to Spatty. Vic.

33rd 5th East. Rew. 487-0209. LOST, Great Dane, faun VIC ef colored 4500 male, ans. to South, 6th East.

REWARD. 14-7098. LOST German shepherd temale, in vic. 11th East and 3600 South. Reward.

262-8718. LOST Black male Labrador retriever in Holladay, reward. 272-3604 or 355-4443, Sat. and Sun. only.

LOST Female apricot min. poodie, vic. 5th Ave. St. Reward.

266-7636. LOST Sm all male dark grev shaqqy Poodle, vic. Sugar House Park. Reward, 484-2223. LOST Man's wedding ring, gold.

Keepsake, rew. W. B. Taylor, 521-3455. LOST Black unclipped Poodle.

vic. 4800 South, 8th East. 266-5521. LOST- Male, brown Dachsund, vic. 13th East 56th So.

Reward. 262-5871. FOUND small white shaqqv doo with vellow collar. 278-2075. LOST German Shepherd puppy, vic.

45th S. 9th East. 266-1031. 277-2175 or 278-4671. Ask for Leon.

LOST White tov poodle, reward. LOST -Female brown and white collie, vic. Rose Park, rew. 364-0256. LOST Small white shag male puppy, vic.

Highland Park. 485-3909. LOST German Shepherd with floppy ear. 363-3490. May 1, 2, 3.


2nd West. No. 20F, north of Zims, 262-1300. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Mon. Sat.

SENIOR CITIZEN, are you in good health? Would you like to 90 to a show now and then, the Salt Palace or a ride? Would you mind living in a pvt. home with other senior citIzens? For 467-4760. BEAUTIFUL REMNANTS of the REMNANT HOUSE, velvets, nylons, herculon. ocades, cotton. enough yardage for bedspreads, sofas, chairs, draperies, BIG DISCOUNT 6560 So.

State. 262-4886. THE Wyoming Hairdressers Association extends an invitation to all cosmetologists to attend the State Show in Jackson Hole, INTERIOR DECORATING CLASS Starting immediately. 277-1797 BUY Silver dollars. Indian cents, goid proof sets, old coins.

328-1862. Rust Coin and Gift. 311 S. Main, SLC. VETERANS: You're entitled to free schooling leadina to a career Fin JET TURBINE MECHANICS.

Ph. JETMA, 467-3857 1217 LaVon Circle, Salt Lake City 84106 RUMMAGE SALE Salt Lake City Christian school, 6 a.m. to 12 a.m., at the YWCA, 322 E. 3rd South. COSMETOLOGIST Utah out of state.

Brushup courses. Includes one 8-hr. day in contest styling. Bv leading Utah trophy winner. 484-6173, 266-2325, 278-9162.

CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Sat. April 24, 1st West 10th North, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clothing, furniture, appliances, TV's, bicycles, tricycles, many other bargains. BUYING SILVER DOLLARS fine or better.

Pav $2.25 ea. Also silver coins. Highest prices paid. Zion Coin, 57 East Broadway. SLC.

Utah. 359-0498. GOING ON VACATION? Don't leave your home unprotected. Rent a Guard-site radar Burglar Alarm system, $2.50 per day, $15 minimum. Call 262-7495.

EXERCYCLES RENTALS SALES New and Used Call Collect! Ogden 1-392-4562 or 394-8970 1332 Country Hills 84403 TO THE people who stole '61 Volks on 8th 11th East, please return papers, valuable to us only, no questions asked, reward. 322-3649. SUMMER SESSION MARLOWE MANOR GRADE SCHOOL. Basic skills in reading, phonics, spelling, math. 277-1651.

MODELS WANTED ALL AGES ALL TYPES 342 East 1st South 328-3800 MONEY TO TOP PRICES. Anything of value, rifles, shotauns, pistols. lewelr coins, quitars. National Loan, 208 S. State, 359-3962.

MODEL OPPORTUNITIES DA 8-1332 411 E. S. Temple 363-2765 INFORMATION ON PRIME FISHING, HUNTING AND OUT: DOORING. Call 484-4664 RUMMAGE SALE Mountain View Chordetts, April 24, 9 a.m. Carpenters Hall, 120 West 13th Salt Lake City.

CARPETING, $1 a sq. vard over cost. Prices start at 99 cents, mill ends. Call 487-5496. 1326 S.

9th East. Interior Design Studio. CASH for used accordion. 277-7602 FOR SALE Cottonwood Club membership, will sell below club price. 299-6908 aft.

4 p.m. GUITAR lessons, pvt. and classes, call Dorothy, 467-4387 bef. 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m.

GLASS INSTALLED SAVE Windows, Auto Windshields, Storm Doors, Furniture Tops- Ph. 298-6376. WOMEN-GIRLS. Private, self improvement lessons. Former eastern model, beauty columnist.

359-7533. REED Meridith brown living wig, price, 6 mos. old, too dark for aging skin. 363-5266. RUMMAGE SALE Apr.

24th, 25th. 2320 S. 21st East. Household items, clothes, bric-a-brac. UTAH ROSE Society rummage sale, April 24th, 9 a.m.

to 4 p.m. 833 S. 2nd East, VFW hall. SIGMA NU Mothers Rummage sale. Carpenters Hall, 120 West 13th 8 a.m., Sat.

April 24th RUMMAGE SALE Judo Club. 247 W. 1st South, April 30th, 6 to 11 p.m., May 1st, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. RUMMAGE SALE Sat. 24th, 11-3 p.m.

Fairmont Park, North balcony Sugar Mont Dr. GUITAR lessons, 6 wks. course. $10. Guitar furn.

free. 322-0449. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Information and assistance. 464-7871 TION? WORD IN OF NEED TRUTH. OF 255-7592.

DIREC DOLLS, Kewpies toys wanted prior 1945, $'s for any cond. 484-3085 TRAVELER trailers for rent, Flamina Gorge area, 266-9746, 266-8471. 4 BURIAL plots, Memorial Estates Redwood 355-7055. NEW EYELASHES Last 6 weeks for $25. 262-3271.

PORK, cut, wrapped. quick frozen. $29.00. 262-2959. S.

GREEN, please change colors. R. BROWN FOUR CEMETERY LOTS. $730 value $595, 486-6578. PICTURE FRAME SPECIALI $5.00.

277-1435. ALASKA or BUST! Take Greyhound's 23-day July tour. 484-4505 LINDA, PLEASE COME HOME, we love you, miss you. WILL pay up to $100 cash for old car, 298-3815. 262-4356, call anytime.

MASSAGE WORLD MASSAGE SALON 266-8475, 3976 South State, No. HEALTH STUDIO 3950 2nd East. 62-0860 Swedish Massage, 299-1057 A SELL WITH WANT in Min. firm dept. 2317, general adding of Must ben- bro- hets for for Attack Problems At Model U.N.

Events The 1,600 delegates to the 17th annual Model United Nations settled down to business at the University of Utah Friday, readying committee reports and taking the first group action. Meeting in plenary session, the General Assembly of Utah high school students from 76 schools, representing 136 member and observer nations, voted sanctions against the Union of South Africa for its racial policies. It also passed a resoiution calling for extradition of skyjackers to the country where the theft occurred. But it defeated an attempt to suspend the rules and force a vote on seating of Communist China. The Peking dele- Rite Monday For Mother Of Governor Special to The Tribune BOUNTIFUL Funeral services for Janet Campbell Rampton, 84, 913 E.

8th South, mother of Gov. Calvin L. Rampton, will be Monday at noon in the Bountiful First Ward Tabernacle, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day S. Saints, 53 Main. Mrs.

Rampton Mrs. Rampton died Friday. morning in a Salt Lake hospital of a heart ailment. Friends may call at Bountiful Union Mortuary, 295 N. Main, Monday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Burial will be in the Bountiful Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Rampton resided in Beaver with her parents until 1900, when they moved to Centerville. She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and the LDS Church. A native of Beaver, she was born Feb.

2, 1887, a daughter of Alexander and Betsy Ellen Schofield Campbell. She married Lewellyn S. Rampton in 1907 in Centerville. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died Sept.

21, 1931. Survivors include two sons and a daughter, Calvin Salt Lake City; Byron Mrs. Kenneth (Virginia) Keiser, both Bountiful; 12 grandchildren; a groat-grandchild; and two sisters, Laura Linn, Provo, and Nell Haley, Bountiful. gation was expected to be seated during the course of new business Saturday, however, In the Security Council Fri day morning, a parliamentary trick obviated the Russian veto and enabled the body to pass a resolution calling for international inspection and discussions of prisoner-of-war treatment in Vietnam. World Crisis Vietnam came up again Friday night at a "World Crisis Forum," at which some of the delegates heard speakers on Indochina, the Middle East and population problems.

The Vietnam speaker, Dr. Sandra C. Thomson of the U. of U. Department of History, traced involvement in Indochina and listed the villains as Truman, Dulles, Johnson and Nixon, the latter for his insistence on leaving "with both guns blazing" and his refusal, like those before him, to admit that "a policy that was very costly was pursued for no very good reason." Among the consequences: a weaker U.N.

and a dissenttorn U.S. She took the Vietnam veterans' demonstration in Washington this week to mean that "Americans are getting very concerned about the fact that this war is still dragging on." Views on Mideast Dr. L. Kent Kimball, U. of U.

assistant professor of political science and the president of the Utah U.N. outlined the background of the Middle Eastern conflict the machinations of the Zionists, duplicity of great powers, the fears of the Arabs and emphasized that the Arab world is rather far from being the monolith customarily portrayed as being leveled at Israel's head. And Dr. Daryl Chase, president emeritus of Utah State University, said there is much reason for cautious optimism that the population problem is indeed capable of solution. Tremendous strides have been made in dealing with the population controls, famine, disease and death.

Birth controls are becoming more widely used than scientists dared hope five years ago, and birth rates even, perhaps, in India are falling. The U.N. will hold its closing committee and General Assembly sessions Saturday morning. Among the topics still to be delt with are: the supersonic transport plane, Portuguese colonialism, Vietnam, Pakistan. The closing general assembly session is scheduled for noon in the Union Ballroom.

Appreciate, Save Trees, Experts Urge at Session By Fred Esplin Tribune Correspondent CEDAR CITY Representatives from 11 Utah cities were present at the annual spring meeting of the Utah Association of Shade Tree Commissions Friday at the Southern Utah State College. The meeting was highlighted by talks from several outof-state experts in shade tree plantings and culture. Keith L. Davey, San Francisco, past president of the International Shade Tree Commission, spoke at a luncheon meeting, encouraging Utahns to appreciate the pioneer heritage and the foresight they had in planting trees in what was previously a desert. Dr.

Woodbridge Metcalf, Berkeley, also associated with the international shade tree group, told mem- Trial's Continued Trial of a University of Utah senior medical student charged with obscene conduct in connection with "an unauthorized and improper" examination of a 16-year-old girl at Holy Cross Hospital was continued Friday to June 17 by City Judge Paul G. Grant. Stuart Roland Wise. 24, 2335 Stringham Way (2285 South), pleaded innocent to the charge and is free on $250 bond. bers of the Utah group of the importance of a tree survey before any, beautification program can be a real success.

Mayor Olaf Zundel, Brigham City, discussed the use of shade trees in beautifying Utah cities. He urged cities to save existing trees whenever possible and to keep up a steady program of putting in new trees. During the afternoon, Davey Tree Service of Las Vegas gave a demonstration of proper tree pruning to extend the life of existing trees. Mrs. Harrison Conover, Springville, president of the organization, said there was more appreciation and attendance at this year's spring meeting than in any previous year.

She said attendance representing the 11 cities totaled 65 persons plus guests and speakers. One feature of the session was a panel discussion featuring Prof Ernest Reimschiessel of the Brigham Young University deparument of horticulture, moderator, and other experts, During the discussion, members and guests exchanged ideas on what is being done in the various cities. Mrs. Conover noted that more cities in Utah should join the organization and gain from idea exchanges. Train Victim, 10, Critical Richard J.

Strasburg, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Strasburg, 967 Washington St. (240 West), remained in critical condition Friday at Holy Cross Hospital. He lost both legs Thursday when he fell under a movfreight train at 9th South ing and Rio Grande (440 West).

News of Record S.L. Police Docket Complaints registered with Salt Lake City Police durina 24-hour period ended a.m. Friday Include: Assault, Battery 2nd East. 8th South, Marie Van Alien, 18, 268 E. 7th South: was struck, action 250-5th East, Gerald K.

Jones, 33, address unknown; was struck, kicked, action pending. Burglaries 570 N. Colorado three rings, color television. $531. 1380 Richards addina machine.

$80. 963 3rd No. two stereo speakers, $320. 1449 Richards color television. rifle, scope, $625.

336 Herbert vacuum cleaner, $200. 1345 Atkin Ave. radio, electric razor, $55. Shopliftings 241 S. Main, bathing suit; recovered.

juvenile arrested. 150 N. 8th West, hair clip; recovered, juvenile released to parents. 64 E. 9th South, women's clothing; recovered, two suspects arrested.

62 E. 2nd South, handbag, recovered, suspect arrested. Thefts 703 Stratford. 1958 Chevrolet, $150. 625 W.

North Temple, 1963 Chevrolet Corvette, $1,000. 1030 S. Stae. 1964 Chevrolet Corvair. 1085 Wenco bicycie.

1936 Lake bicycle. $87. 2100 S. Douglas, bicycle, $92. 1471-18th East, bicycle.

1106 E. South bicycle, $54. 130-8th East, stereo. $90 (car prowl). 2558 Yermo stereo, pair of sunglasses.

$130 (car prowl). 1000 S. 8th East, briefcase contalning business papers, $15 (car prowl). 529-7th East, wallet containing identification. $6 (car prowl).

S. State, a wig, 133 2nd box of tools, $65 (car prowl). 590 E. 21st South, $3 worth of oline. 505 N.

Main, camera, $30 (car prowl). 526 Fulton windshield, radiafor, $170 (truck prowl). 1060 E. 1st South. $60 cash.

273-11th East, automotive supplies, $50 (truck prowl). 220 Elizabeth stereo, tape, $45.95 (car prowl). Recovered Stolen Vehicles 671 W. 21st South, 1964 Ford van (71-18198). Sheriff's Docket Complaints registered with Salt Lake County Sheriff during 24-hour period ended 9 a.m.

Friday include: Burglaries 4505-9th East, tools, two fires, $175. 2820 Valley View cash, clothinq. $47. Thefts 3400 S. Main, 1964 Chevrolet Impala.

54th South 40th West, 1954 Chevrolet. 3846-2035 East, stereo. $30 (car prowl). 1661 Lovely two tires, wheels, auto lack, $144 (truck prowl). Brighton Ski Resort, skis.

1693 Merribee Way, battery (car prowl). 3195 W. 62nd South, license plate (car prowl). 256 E. Helm stereo, 20 tapes, $182 (car prowl).

1814 N. Woodside radios $80 (truck prowl). 5088 S. Stardust tire, $40 (car prowl). 33rd South stereo, 15 tapes, $175 (car prowl).

Recovered Stolen Vehicle 62nd South 48th West. 1961 Volkswagen (71-15914) 8620-3641 East, 1965 Pontiac LeMans (71-15578). City Criminal Court Sentencings I Martin Sam Becenti, 28. Shiprock, N.M.; drunk, stricken (case may be prosecuted later). Larry Max Bicler, 22, 4975.

Glenn Murray; petty larceny, stricken (no complaint). Sherman Willis Clow, 24, 1105 E. 2nd South: petty larceny, stricken (no complaint). Wilbert Dempsey, 18, Brigham City: drunk. stricken (case may be prosecuted later).

Lincoln Dunlap, 70, Chicago; drunk, striken (case mav prosecuted later). William "Samuel Griffiths, 18, 437-7th Ave. petty larceny, stricken (no complaint). Joe Homer, 31, Cameron, drunk, stricken (case may be prosecuted later). Willie Jim, 39, Evanston, drunk, 14 davs in jail.

Janet Eileen Jordan, 24, Austin Hall, University of Utah; petty larceny. stricken (no complaint). William Thomas Kohles, 19, 565 E. 4th South; petty larceny, stricken (no complaint). Alexandre P.

Lopez, 29, 371 E. 4th South, apt. 13; drunk, stricken (case mav be prosecuted later). Womack Kail Mayberry, 41, 847-4th East; drunk, stricken (case may be prosecuted later). Pearl Evelyn Mvers, 20, Austin Hall, University of Utah: petty larceny.

stricken (no complaint). Arlene Elizabeth Parks, 34, 127 Mead drunk, stricken (no complaint). Gerald Allen Plant, 51, Welcome Hotel: drunk, seven days in jail, court retains jurisdiction. Edward Tah, 21, Delle; drunk, 30 days in lail, court retains jurisdiction. Gary Lee Thompson, Little Hotel; drunk, stricken (case may be prosecuted later), Edison James Wauneka, 18, 6050-1455 East; disorderly person, stricken (no complaint).

George Granville Wilson, 63, Ogden: drunk, seven days in jail, court retains iursidiction. George Woody, 22, Brigham City: drunk, stricken (case mav be prosecuted later). drunk, Sam strocken Woody, Brigham Citv: (case may be prosectued later). Rodney Ernest Wright, 22, 647-9th East; drunk, stricken (case may be prosecuted later). Glen A.

Carroll, 517 9th owner of a dog at large, one day in jail and $5 fine, jail suspended on payment of fine. Births Births recorded in Salt Lake erea hospitals during the 24-hour period ended at 9 p.m. Friday include: LDS Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K.

Cox. 460 225 East, North Salt Lake, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William T.

Holmes, 992-9th East, daughter. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford E. Armstrong 2329 Kensington son. Mr.

and Mrs. Gary Shaw, University Village, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. David P.

Chase, 1516-16th East, son. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Johnson, 4592 Boxelder Murray, son.

Mr. and Mrs. Root A. Larkin, 3275 W. 3650 South.

Granger, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Bannerter, 75 W.

1000 North, Bountiful, son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Anderson, 1170 E.

17th South, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Johnson.

3389-8th East. son. Mr. and Mrs. Gary V.

Burnett, 2199-3rd East, daughter. St. Mark's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Johansen, 261 E.

1400 North, Bountiful, son. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Christopherson, 1350 Sunset dauchter. Mr.

and Mrs. Roger W. Haskell, 595 Columbus son. South Davis Community Hospital Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Rice, 2861 $. 2955 West, Granger, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Graser, 3906 Sunnyvale, daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Gardiner, 168 S. 800 East, Bountiful, daughter. Mr.

and Mrs. Melvin Nilson. 1968. S. Davis Bountiful.

daughter. Valley 'West Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Grant M. Hanco*ck, 6381 W.

Edith Magna, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell L. 1423 W. 4180 South, son.

Holy Cross Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Cheshire, 666 N. 12 West, son.

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Snow, 576 Connie son. Mr.

and Mrs. Jerry A. Weber, 4942 Laredo son. Mr. and Mrs.

Michael W. Coltrin, 215 W. 650 South, son. Mr. and Mrs.

Lamar J. Lloyd, 2079 W. 10400 South, Riverton, son. Community Hospital Mr. and Mrs.

Ruion S. Carlisle, Draper, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R.

Bennett, 472 Granite son. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Freeman, 2175 Panorama son. Mr.

and Mrs. Terry Blaine Williams, 5560 5. 4475 West. Kearns, son. Cottonwood Hospital Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Sopko, 905 E. 8th South. daughter, Obituaries Chine H. Rice Dubois, Idaho; Mrs.

Edna Blake, Rexburg; Emmett, 5t. Anthony Erma Keller, Mrs. Gladys Swensen, both Salt Lake City. Funeral pending. Chloe Hunter Rice, 83, 2975 Devonshire died April 23 at her home of natural causes.

Born Feb. 1888. Oakley, Idaho, to William Edward and Lily Mav Severe Hunter. Married Hvrum Clem Rice, Dec. 16.

1909, Salt Lake LOS Temple: he died 1949. Former resident Parker, Rexbura, Idaho. Member Relief Society: visiting 1 acher. President, teacher, Primary: teacher, Sunday Schoel. YWMIA.

Parker Ward Choir, Singing Mothers Church. Counselor. MIA Girls Camp. Brighton. Red Cross worker.

Member DUP, 40 years; former presi. dent, Parker, Fremont County camps. Survivors: sons. Eddie, daughters, L.J Buhl, Idaho; W.E, Fresno, Mrs. Royal L.

(Maxine) Garff, Dessa) Salt Lave City: Mrs. Robert (La St. Anthony, 21 grandchildren, 26 great brothers, sisters, Murray, Jim E. Garule Funeral services Gurule, 23, 3605-9th East. No.

17, who died April 22, 1971, in Salt Lake City of electrocution will be Monday noon 2128 5. State, where friends call Sunday 6-8 p.m.. Monday one hour prior 10 services. Burial Murray Cemetery. Born June 5, 1947, Salt Lake City to Aladin and Dorthy, Gurule.

Yvonne Married DeSpain. Aug. 31, 1965, Salt Lake City. Laborer and ber Assembly of God instructor: employe, Corporation. daughter, Yvette Salt Lake City: brothers.

Tommy, for Jim Earl Akron Heritage Survivors: widow: Lynn, mother, all father, Seattle, sisters, LeRoy, Ronie. Michael, carpenter; memChurch: karate Sammy, Duane, Betty, Patsy. all Salt Lake City. Korean Member CDS Church. Dairy pasteurizer.

Sunny Crest Dairy. Survivors: widow; sons, daughters, Samuel Eugene. Robert Merrell. H. Eugene Graff Henderson Eugene Graff, 39, 868 Ouray died April 23 in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes.

Born Sept. 29, 1931, Cannonville, Garfield County, to Samuel T. and Martha J. Henderson Graff. Married Mary Ruth Willes, Sept.

26, 1951, Fredonla, Ariz. Veteran Mary Jean, Nancy Susan Joan. Sharon Janice, Jo, Wallace all Salt Lake City: Reid, sisters, (Drucilla) Mrs. Dorothy) Leavitt, (Connie) Malor, Mrs. Mont Luker, Mrs.

Shirley HunsakSalt Lake City; Mrs. Rowland Crosby, Kanab; Mrs. Kent Wintch, Yellowstone Park, Funeral Monday 1 p.m., LDS Ward Chapel. Friends E. 7th South Sunday 6-8 p.m.: Monday one hour prior to Burial Cannonville Ceme- Robert Merrell.

tery with military rites. Esther P. Lyman LOGAN Esther T. Peterson Lyman, 70, 275 E. 3rd South, died April 22 in a Salt Lake rest home of natural causes.

Born Oct. 25, 1900, Logan, 10 Carl T. and Minnie Brobero Pe terson. Married E. Ray Lyman, A 1923, Logan LDS Tempie; he died.

Survivors, son, daughter, Donald Salt Lake City; Marie Sadlick, Grange Park, 8 grandchildren; brother, sisters. Robert Blackfoot; Mrs. Eva C. Christie, Salt Lake City: Annie Logan. Funeral Monday p.m.

Hall Mortuary, Logan, where friends call Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday one hour prior to services. Burial Logan City Cemetery. Charles 0. Anderson Otto ABERDEEN, 85, IDAHO died Charles Anderson, April 22 in an American Falls hospital of heart ailment. Born Dec.

1885, Hyrum, Utah, 10 Ole and Elsine Jensen Anderson. Married Lovina Emma Hansen, June 7, 1905, Logan Utah, LDS Temple; she died April 10, 1955. Came to Idaho 1906. Former resident Pocatello. Farmer.

Superintendent LDS Sunday school, Pocatello. Survivors: sons, daughters, Virgil, Glen, Earl, all Aberdeen; Ruion, Mrs. Melba Mayer, both American Falls; Kenneth Salt LakeCity: Lydia Jones, Bell, Elsie, Burton, Ririe; 41 grandchildren; 77 areat grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; brothers, sisters, Lowell, Hyrum; Clinton, Ogden; Mrs. Cora Haven, Idho Falls; Mrs. Elva Coleman, Smithfield, Utah.

Funeral Monday p.m. Aberdeen First LDS Ward Chapel. Friends Falls, call Davis Mortuary, American Sunday noon-2 p.m., Monday 8-10 a.m.. chapel Monday, two hours prior to services. Burial Aberdeen Cemetery.

Bryant Beecham CEDAR CITY Bryant Beacham, 68, 270 N. 2nd West, died April 23 at his home of natural causes. Born Aug. Phillip 5, and 1902, St. George, to George Mary Ann Riding Beacham.

1922, Married Minnie Knell, June 16, Parowan; solemnized St. George I.DS Temple. Farmer, stockman, Newcastle, Escalante. Received soil conservation award from iron County Soil Conservation District. Delegate, Utah State, First International Conference A Alcohol Studies, New York.

Member LD Church. Survivors: widow: son, daughter, Garth Erhrain, Sanpete County: Mrs. (Helen) Jensen, Cedar City: 8 great grandchild; brothers, sisters, Frank, Stockton, Tooele County; Edgar. St. George; Amos, Washington.

Washinaton County; Rose Bowlee, Las Mrs. Lilly Tranchell, Springville; Mrs. Lottie Stewart, Eureka, Juab County; Mrs. Jane Maxwell, Mohave, Callf. Funeral Monday 1 p.m.

Cedar City Third LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Southern Utah Mortuary, Cedar City, Sunday 7-9 p.m., chapel Monday two hours prior to services. Burial Cedar City Cemetery. F. E.

'Dan' Swasey MONA, Juab County Flovd Edward "Dan" Swasey, 70, died April 22 at his home of natural causes. Born Jan. 15, 1901, Mona, to Franklin Joel and Emma Olsen Swasey, Married LaVon Rowe, June 1931, Beaver; solemnized Manti LDS Temple. Miner, construction worker. Survivors: widow: sons, daughters, Floyd Mrs.

James Pay, Charlene, all Mona; Vernon Nampa, Idaho; Clyde U.S. Army, Jacksonville, Mrs. DeLynn (Ireata) Hansen, Springville; Mrs. Gary (Shelia) Hansen, Ogden; 18 grandchiidren; brother, sister, Virall, St. George; Mrs.

Fred (Lorna) Sorenson, Salem, Utah County. Funeral Monday noon Mona LDS Ward Chapel, where friends call Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday prior to services. Burial Mona Cemetery. Kivoshi Yamamoto SUNSET Kiyoshi Yamamoto, 76, died April 22 in an Ogden hospital of causes. Born Feb.

2, 1895, Wakavama, Uchimura Japan. to Yasujiro and Yamamoto. Married Namive Uchimura, Dec. 12, 1921, Wakavama Ken, Shinqu Shi, Japan. Farmer, Syracuse, Sunset area, 42 years; retired.

Member Syracuse Buddhist Church; Utah-Idaho Buddhist Temple; Utah Nippon Wildlife Federation; Weber-Davis Japa nese Farmers Assn. Survivors: widow; sons. daughters, Tadashi, Denver: Yoshiko, Tsutomu, Syracuse; Shiqeru. both Monterey, Sam, Layton; Russell, Glen, both Roy: Sunset: Mrs. Utaka (Martha) Harada, Mrs.

Tubber (Marv) Okuda, Bountiful; 13 grandchildren; 4 great. grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Okino Teramoto, Miye-Ken. Japan. Joe A.

Suazo OGDEN Requiem Mass for Joe A. died Suazo, April 40, 13, 2481 will Grant who be Monday 10 a.m. Guadalupe Catholic Church, 715 W. 2nd North, Salt Lake City. Reci372 tation of Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m.

E. 1st South, Salt Lake City. Lake Burial Mt. Calvary Born Nov. Cemetery, Salt City.

17, 1930, Durango, to Martin and Juanita Lente Suazo. Member Catholic Church. Survivors: brother, sisters, Fred, Durango; Mrs. Orilia Chavez, Mrs. Aleria Lee, both Livermore, Calif.

Beatrice P. Lincoln PAYETTE, IDAHO Beatrice Parish Lincoln, 70, Payette, died April 21. 1971, at nome of heart ailment. Survivors: husband; son, daughter, Pavette; Mrs. (Joan) Butler, Boise, Idaho: four grandchildren; brother, sisters, Lafe, Mrs.

Ar vil (Alice Wheeler, both Aberdeen, Idaho: William (Ellen) Eaton, Saugas, Mrs. Reed (Mary) Thompson, Utah. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m., Schaffer Memorial Chapel, Pavette, Burial, Pavette Cemetery. TRAVEL for DRIVERS wanted to drive cars me to and from L.A.. San Francisco Denver Chicago, Phoenix and other major This not employment: 521-7895 SEASHORE VACATION near Disneyfor land and Sea World.

Send chure, rates. Ph. (714) 492-6687, Surfrider 505 Monterey San Calif. 92672. INSURED DRIVEWAYS SYSTEM 830 State 322-3163 NEEDS driven 30 S.L.

from Detroit, L.A., S.F. Not em. 355-7571. high priest, LDS San Diego Sixth daughters. WitLavton, Utah; Vern Roy Leon.

Bountiful: Mrs. MatThompson, Salt Lake (Phyllis) Monk, Mrs. Mead (Velda) Cola. Gero chapel, Provo, Utah, call Sunday 6-B p.m.. services.

Burial, Hills, Funeral services for Andrews will p.m. 7th at the Deseret South, where Sunday 8 p.m. 10 services. InterRedwood Memorial graveside military Sugarhouse Post directors, Deseret Funeral services for will be conducted in the Evans 574 East 1st South. interment will follow Lawn Memorial directors, Evans Funeral services Willard Blackham will in the Bountiful Chapel, 600 East 1500 may call Friday from Saturday from 10 a.m.

the Bountiful Union North. Main. Inter: Bountiful Memorial directors Merrill R. Mortuary. BROWN Funeral services for S.P.

4 Larry L. Brown will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Lindquist! and Sons Colonial Chapel, Ogden Utah. Friends may call at the Mortuary 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday prior 10 services.

Interment Washington Heichts Memorial Park. Directed by Lindquist and Sons, Ogden Utah. DOMINGUES Funeral services for Fred Dominques will held Saturday 12 noon in the Larkin Mortuary chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday one half hour prior to services.

Interment Memorial Gardens Of The Valley. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. FISHER Funeral services for will be conducted 12 noon Monday at the Masonic Temple 650 East South Temple by Wasatch Lodge No 1. AM and Rev. John Langlitz.

Friends may call at Evans Early, 574 East 1st South, Sunday evening 7 to 8 p.m. and at the Masonic Temple Monday hour prior to services. Family suggests friends make contributions to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Funeral directors, Evans and Early.

JONES Funeral services for Wallace R. Jones will be held Monday 12 noon, in the Arbor Ward, 1883 South West Temple. Friends may call Sunday, 6 to 8 p.m. at the White Chapel Mortuary, 124 South 4th East and Monday at the church hour prior to services. Funeral director, White Chapel Mortuary.

JUDD Funeral services for Gertrude R. Judd will be held Saturday at 1 p.m., in the Curtis-Mackay Sunset Lawn Mortuary, 2350 East 13th South, where friends may call Friday 6 to 8 p.m., and one hour before services. Interment, Sunset Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Curtis-Mackay Sunset Lawn Mortuary. LEWIS Funeral services for Foss Sessions Lewis will be held Saturday 1 p.m.

in the Val- Verda Chapel, 3350 South 100 East. Friends may call Friday from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. in the Bountiful Union Mortuary, 295 North Main. Interment in the Bountifut Memorial Park.

Funeral directors, Merril R. Holbrook. MAUGHAN Funeral services for Michael (Mickey) David Maughan will be held Saturday 12 noon in the Monument Park, 2nd Ward, 1005 S. 20th Cast. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 E.

South Tempie, Friday 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. MILLER Funeral services for Zina Mary Miller will be held Saturday, 11 a.m. in the Goff Mortuary chapel, 8090 South State. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.: and Saturday one hour prior 10 services.

Interment, Brigham City Cemetery. Goff Mortuarv, funeral directors. NORDGREN Funeral services for Lilly Richards Nordaren will be held Saturday 11 a.m. Larkin Mortuary, East South Temple. Friends may call Friday 6 to 8 p.m.

and Saturday one hour prior to service, additional services will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. Monroe North Ward chapel. Interment Monroe City Ceretery, Monroe, Utah. Funeral Sons directors, Neal S. Magleby Mortuary.

PERRY Private Funeral services for Maggie Loader Perry will be held Saturday 2 p.m. at the Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 7th South, where friends may call Friday 7 to 8 p.m. interment in the Sandy City Cemery. Funeral directors Deseret Mortuary. RICKS Funeral services for Howard Ricks will be held Monday 11 a.m.

in the Holladay 4th Ward Chapel, 4917 Viewmont Street. Friends may call Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at the Curtis-Mackay Cottonwood Mortuary, 4470 Highland Drive and Monday prior to services at the church. Funeral directors CurtisMackav Cottonwood Mortuary. RUHLANDER Funeral services for Louis Ruhlander will be held Saturday, 11 a.m., in the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, chapel, may 4760 call South Friday State, where friends from 6-8 p.m.

and Saturday one, hour prior to services. Interment in Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, V. C. Soffe Sons.

TAGGART Funeral services for Laird Taqoart will be held Saturday, 12 noon, 4400 in the South, Orchard North 846 West Salt Lake. Friends may call at Larkin Mortuary. 260 East South ple, Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday at the ward one hour prior 10 services. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary.

VAN WAGONER Funeral services for Elden Horace Van Wagoner will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. Riverton 5th Ward Chapel, 1855 West 13400 South. Friends may call Friday 6-8 p.m. at Redwood Memorial Estates Chapel. 6500 South Redwood Road, and Saturday at the church hour prior 10 services.

Graveside services and interment, 4 p.m. at William Fisher will be Monday 12 o'clock noon at the Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 7th South, where friends may call Sunday 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday prior to services. Interment in the Redwood Memorial Estates. Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary.

GRAFF Funeral services for Henderson Eugene (Gene) Graff will be held Monday 1 p.m. in the Canthe nonville Cannonville Ward Chapel, Cemetery, interment with graveside military Deseret rites. Mortuary, Friends may at the 36 East 7th South, Sunday 6-8 p.m. at the ward on Monday one hour prior to services. Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary.

GRAY Funeral services for Violet Monson Gray will be held Saturday 2 p.m. in the Bountiful Union Mortuary Chapel, 295 North Main Friday from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday one hour prior to services. Interment in the Orville, California Cemetery. Funeral directors, Merrill R.

Holbrook, Union Mortuary. HARVEY Funeral services Charles Franklin Harvey will held Saturday at p.m. in the South Highland Park Ward Chapel, 2535 Douglas Street. Friends may call at the Russon Brothers Mo: vary. 255 S.

2nd East, Friday, 6 10 8 p.m.: and Saturday at the ward, 11:45 to 12:45 p.m. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers Mortuary. HAUG Funeral services for Christine Lieb Hauq will be held Saturday, 12 o'clork noon, at the Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 7th where and Saturdav prior to services. friends may cal' Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., Interment in the Elysian Burial Gardens. Funeral directors.

Deseret, Mortuary. HOGAN Funeral services for Ida May Williams Hogan will be held Saturday, 10 a.m., in the Larkin Mortuary chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday one hour prior to services. Interment, Logan City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary.

HOWARD Public Masonic funeral services for Harold C. Howard Wellington Utah, City Cemetery. FUneral Directors, Memorial Estates Mortuary. Florists BROWN FLORAL 364-5544 FREE DELIVERY FIFTH SOUTH TENTH WEST the Finest in Flowers" MILLER'S AND ELLISON'S FLOWERS 484-4328 2153 East 21st South MILDRED'S FLOWERS 486-7267, 1552 E. 33rd So.

FLOWERS BY SEARS 485-2333 Charge It. Sears Revolvino Charge 10 HELP WANTED WOMEN Salt Lake experienced be proficient 10-key mochine, Pleasant good fringe working efits. commensurate with Send resume to: STEINER AMERI- CAN P.O, Box or 505 East apply South Temple, FILE CLERK Immediate opening for This dependable girl. Some typing required. is permanent position with the area's largest construction equipment distributor 5-dav week, 8-5.

All company benefits. Apply in person beginning Mondav 9 a.m. Bill Rutting or Tom Clark. WHEELER MACHINERY CO. 330 West 21st South Salt Lake City, Utah MEDICAL ASSISTANT hours per day.

5 days per week. Challenging and rewarding opportunitv as a Medical Assistant Instructor. Desire a neat mature woman with minimum of 5 vears experience. Must be proficient and ble in X-rav, laboratory and secretarial procedures. Send resume to director, P.

O. Box 15625, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH MEDICAL STENO, must have fast, accurate typina ability and medical terminology. positions with staff benefits available. Apply 401 Park 1 Bldg.

8 a.m.-11 a.m. or p.m. 3 p.m. Equal Opportunity Emplover THE followina position will be open for application. Secretary for South County Community Action program.

Type 60 to 80 wom. accuracy more important than speed. Shorthand desirable but not necessary. Apply at 97 North Holden Midvale, Utah. Deadline for application will be Monday.

April 26th at 5 p.m. An equal opportunity emplover. HOSTESS If you are mature, charming, able to greet and handle the public, and willing to work evenings you may qualify for our coffee shop hostess position. Apply in person, Personnel Manager, Hotel Utah. a.m.

to 1 p.m., WOMAN who types very well and understands purchase orders, Invoices, freight bills, etc. To keep cardex record file and do general office work. Very pleasant surrouninq. Excel, benefits. Cotton wood area.

access, ample parking. All replies, confidential. Send re sume starting salary expected to Box U-14 care of this newspaper. NEEDED Experienced Inventory and warehouse clerk, must be miliar with keeping perpetual inventorv, cardex system, purchase orders, bills of lading, and business machines, pay commensurate with experience, make application in person, between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Mrs.

G. McDonald Chocolate 2250 So. 3rd East. EXPERIENCED SECRETARY for billing and completing insurance claims for medical center. 5-day, 40 hours.

Fringe benefits. Salary commensurate with experience Send resume to Box U-7, in care of this newspaper. RN, 3-11 SHIFT FULL time, needed immediately at Valley West Hospital, 4160 West 3400 So. Contact Miss L. Jones, at 298-9061 for information.

LADIES (25) Expandina sales depariment tor part-time ladies, immediate place ment, interviewing now, average $2.85 hourly commission. Please call 262-3376. Watkins Products WINDOW CASHIERS Due to expansion we have immedmediate openings for window cashiers, at Highland Drive, South State and 11th State, full time eves. married women. All Co.

benefits, apply Dee's 433 So. Main. REALSILK, famous for quality for 50 years and with 300 items to sell needs salespeople, full or part-time. Can sell on direct, party or resale programs. Call 266-1046 after 5.

p.m. or write Bob Burkett, 842 E. 4345 South, Salt Lake City 84107. INTERNATIONAL Co. desires parttime secretary who understands general office procedures, shorthand-type, Spanish speaking desirable but not mandatory.

resume to C.W.I., 2525 S. Main, No. 15, S.L.C WANTED very attr, girl Friday type, receptionist-sec. in one girl insurance office. starting salary $400 8:30 to 5 weekdays.

N. R. Mrs. Swenson. 322-5838 RN or LPN RN dav shift.

LPN nights. Nursina home, Holladav area. Mrs. Staff. 262-2908.

UNMARRIED mothers. light housework for room and board, small wage, confidential maternity care. Children's Service Society. E. South Temple.

Ph. 355-7444 WANTED enterprising young woman, interested in earning comm. a month, to sell and service hosiery accounts. Call Dona for interview, 266-1720. PRIVATE secretary in legal office, 3 days per week.

Write giving age, education and exper. to Box U-20, in care of this paper. HOUSEKEEPER for elderly gentle man, small lovely home, flexible hrs. May live in if desired, must interview. be able to drive.

484-6991 for RECEPTIONIST TYPIST, heavy telephone answering. Apply Tuesday or later, 1400 W. 7900 South, West Jordan. Z.C.M.I. Photo Portraits NEED women experienced in potential.

studio sales with management 364-6489. LADY WANTED for bakery produce tion work. Hours 4 a.m. to 11 a.m.. 5 day per week.

Call Grace Hoffman 487-5921 8 a.m. till noon. WAITRESSES, all shifts, legal age, loc. Pork's Cafe, 2124 So. State bet.

2-5 p.m. Sat. to Mon. NURSES AIDE AND cleaning girl, morning shift. 2825 East 33rd 487-1026.

EXPERIENCED roll-head printer for photo finishing plant, 9 p.m. to a.m, 5 nights weekly. Call Mrs. Woods, 355-5363. WAITRESSES, legal age and mature.

Apply Mama Nicolo's Sidewalk Cafe, 243 A South Main, office upstairs. PART TIME AFTERNOONS. Telephone insurance survey and envelope addressing work. 484-8769 before noon. BOOKKEEPER Machine Operator to work from 12 noon to 9 p.m.

daily. 521-6533. WANTED Exper. waitress, no Sundays or holidays. Apply Nelson's Cate, 716 S.

State. GIRL or woman wanted for light housework. Board, room and wages. 277-3179. WOMAN to work call in our 266-9911 Child Day or Care Center, 484-3066.

2347 East 2815 So. SALESWOMAN wanted to sell modeling and finishing courses. Call for interview apot. only. 328-3800.

WAITRESS wanted, no exp. necessary. Please call 571-1848 or 255-9958. EXPER. fry cook, hrs.

9:30 a.m. 16 6 p.m., 5-day week. Call 466-0820 or 299-4121. BABY SITTER needed to tend chitdren at our home Wed. in Midvale area.

255-9172. FULL-TIME file girl wanted. Some typing, salary open. 322-1675, call between 10-11 a.m. LADY for 2 or 3 days work, a.m.

10 3 p.m. in small nursing home, no bed patients. 355-8237. LICENSED practical nurse for 1m- mediate employment. Call 486-2096 Mon.

thru 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, FOUNTAIN GIRLS, days or good hours. Good wades. 466 E. S.

Temple. EXPERIENCED waitresses, apply in person at the Polvnesian. 994 Main. RECEPTIONIST TYPIST for law office. Call for appt.

after 19 a.m.. 486-9636 HOUSEKEEPER babysitter, fo live WAITRESS to work from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. June's Cafe. 7711 S.

State. CLEANING LADY needed 3 days wk. in Holladay area. 277-2903. NURSES AIDE WANTED 323-3128 INTERESTING position in home retired elderly women.

363-1603. accounting opening or experience. required. typing 328-8831. Willes Jane, Kathy Mrs.

Howard McCoy (Sylvia) er, all (Mary) (Betty) Mont. nonville call 36 chapel services. Witnesses told police the victim and his younger brother, Terry, were running alongside the train. The younger boy stopped but the other kept going and was hanging onto one of the cars when he appeared to be "sucked under" the wheels. One leg was severed at the hip and the other just above the knee..

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