THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER; Page Two MCTMim lurrka Srpnrtrr Qty November 13, 1964 Michigan team at PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Springvllle, Utah non-conferen- Entered aa second-clas- s matter February 10, 1948, at the post office, Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Last week the BYU team lost to the University of Utah UTAH STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC. Member: CLASSIFIEDS Phone 433-68- sial U.S. Army side-mount- ing fever. Utah's 08 FENDER Guitars, Basses and amplifiers. Also various nonelectric guitars. All prices Herder Music, 158 So. 1st West, Provo. Dll Legal Notices Guardianship Notices Probate and Consult County Clark or the Respective Signers for Further Information NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estates of CHARLES deceased, and at-IB. JAMESON, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the under-sigat the office of Udell R. Jensen, 125 North Main Street, Nephi, Utah, on or before the 30th day of January, 1965. Claims must be presented in accordance with the provisions of U.C.A. 53. and with proper verification as required therein. 1964 general fishing season closes November 30, with many waters remaining open to year round fishing. According to Department of Fish and Game spokesmen, good brown trout fishing has been reported on several northern Utah streams. Such streams as the Logan, Blacksmith, Ogden, and the Weber Rivers have been the top producers. Anglers have enjoyed excellent fishing on many impoundments over the state. From Etna Reservoir in Box Elder County, to Lake Powell in Kane County the fishing has provided many hours of sport the warm fall throughout months. D. 5, Signed BURTTS C. JAMESON LUCILLE J. BIGLER Administrators of estates of Charles Jameson and Alice B. Jameson, deceased jointly administered. Published in the Eureka Reporter, Oct 30, Nov. 6, 13, and 20, 1964. to extend my thanks to my many friends who sent flowers, letters and cards, and to those who callwish ed on me during; my recent tay in the hospital. Their thoughtfulness was appreciated more than I can say. Ed Webb. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our .many friends and neighbors for their many acts of M-6- co-pil- ot. Not so with Long Distance. It keeps you in touch, lets those you call know you're thinking about them. After all, Long Distance is the next best thing to being there. Pick Helicopter lifts from brush after landing Vietnamese troops for action against Vietnamese govt, troops carry food and supplies from helicopter during field operations 160 miles northeast of Saigon. supply-wa- s communist forces near Hung My, south Viet Nam. the-only-mea- ns Ted Haynes underwent major surgery in lh Payson Hospital Tuesday morning. Reports from his family state that he is recuperating as well as can be expected. His host of friends iin the district are wishiing him the best in the way of a speedy and complete recovery. rI ! FRIDAYS SUNDAYS Mrs. Wilma Webber spent the weekend in Orem and in Provo, where she visitedwith j1 6:30 PM The Entertainers 7:30 PM Gomer Pyle 6:00 PM I I I I WATgreat See these her sister, Miss Freda Ohlson iin Provo and in Orem with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Webber. Mrs. Dorothy Rushy up your phone and go visiting tonight 7.-0-0 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 MOUNTAIN STATES 4n-- 4 M . miPHONI D 113 CBS , Shows on Channel 5 Ed Sullivan PM My Living Dell PM Joey Bishop PM Candid Camera PM Whats My line PM Defenders and Mrs. Barbara Sorensen were in CARD OF THANKS , business and Out of Sight, Out of Mind Saco-Lowe- of supply. nl I noon combining pleasure. ed chopper shown above is the new 0 machine gun, with a firing rate of 600 rounds per minute. Produced by the ll division of Maremont Corp., the gun was originally developed for ground forces. On the the four 0 guns are fed 6000 rounds from chopper, a cargo and are compartment, remotely controlled by the The? air- - CE 75-9-- helicopters aiding government forces in the M-6- WANTED A-- Air. and Mrs. Lloyd Randle were in Provo Monday after- Viet Nam jungle conflict are now armed with new machine guns for defense against Communist ground fire. Mounted in pairs on each side of the Iroquois Plenty of good late season angling is still available for those who havent lost the fish- at JAMESON, at Salt Lake. 3 nsessssssMssessssisses sss sssa still available LAIRDS MARKET Fresh Meats, Groe Dairy Products and Produce. Frozen Foods Tues.-Thurs.-S- m 47-1- Good angling Rats: 5c per word; minimum 1.00. Rerun Rato: 50c (up to 5 linai). Delivery - mm ce . Subscription In Advance, Per Year, f4.00; Per Copy, 10c. MRS. BELLE COFFEY Correspondent HARRISON CONOVER Publisher WOODROW WEIGHT Editor sssMsees sssmsss Saturday Brigham Young University will host the Western Michigan grid team Saturday, beginning at 1:30 pm., in a football game in the new BYU football stadium. Tho Saturday contest will be Ihe next to last game of the current grid reason. On Nov. 21 the Cougars will host the Wyoming Cowboys in the grid finale. Printed By gWgfjgMiSMMssssssseeeeeessseessMss Y Provo on Tuesday, combining bu&iiness and pleasure. More than half of all accidental deaths in the age group are the result of falls, the U.S. Public Health Service reports. 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