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Page 7 Messenger Enterprise, Thursday, March 19, 1992 If ' Si;W v4 t i Vf Dates set for Mormon Miracle Pageant tryouts BY IDA O. DONALDSON Plans are underway for the 1992 Mormon Miracle Pageant which will be performed July 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, according Committee. to the Pageant will be held Pageant Friday and Saturday, May 29 try-ou- ts and 30, at the Manti Seminary Manti High School athletes Brer.t Rasmussen, Sue Cox, and Wayne Graham were named to the Academic teams. All-Sta- te County Chamber will discuss Americans with Disabilities Act Sanpete County Chamber of Commerce will hold a general membership meeting on The Americans with Disabilities Act Wednesday, March 25 at Manti City Auditorium, 50 South Main, at 7 p.m. The purpose of the ADA is to extend to people with disabilities civil rights similar to those now available on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, and religion through the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in the private sector and in state and local governments, public accommodations and services, including transportation, provided by public and private entities. It al so includes provisions for telecom- - munications relay services. How this new law will affect Sanpete County business will be discussed by Ms. Wharton, the Americans with Disabilities Act OmbudsmanforUtah Governors Council for People with Disabilities. Ms. Wharton travels the state to educate businesses, public officials, disability organizations, and consumers on all aspects of the American with Disabilities Act of 1990. All businesses in Ganpete County are encouraged to attend this meeting. It will be your opportunity to discuss in depth issues your business will face in the implementation of this tolaw. Volunteers needed for 4-Council Entrepreneurs receive recognition Manti High School evidently excels in a subject called entre- preneurship. One evidence of that appeared several weeks ago when Mike Stevens won a healthy check for his management of a string of vending machines. Mike is a senior at Manti High School. And further evidence was supplied when Travis Good, Manti High student body, was awarded an even larger check, $2,000, as the proprietor ofWeed Free Lawn Care. Travis was a participant in the Utah Young Entrepreneur Search. And another participant at the ceremonies was Jon M. Huntsman Sr., president and chief executive officer of Huntsman Chemical Co. He received a plaque and the Utah Business Development Award. Vegetarian broadcast is slated H USX J Cooperative H 4-- 4-- H 4-- H Wedding Invitations by stylart Make that moment more special by inviting your friends and lovea ones with wedding invitations by Stylart . Come in and see our beautiful collection of wedding designs. Pnces start at Just $29 90 for 100 4-- H 4-- 4-- in servingon oneofthese councils, please contact the County 1 Extension Office at make 21 to March an prior to 835-215- Have you had your application. AMPS Manti Messenger 35 S. Main, Manti V 835-424- Today? 1 New at "The Hair Shop" EOLA Products Increase energy Decrease appetite Burn fat Breathe better Safe, Get Started Today! non-addicti- ve Call 835-196- 1 The Hair Shop Carol Hansen A Reid Service Officer from the Veterans of Foreign Ware will be at the Ephraim Job Service Center on: April 6,1992 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. available to assist In understanding and applying for VA benefits. This Is a free service and Is available to all, whether VFW members or not. He Is Director Ronald Hill said, In spite of word that the Pageant would be discontinued after last years record performances, the reception of the Pageant and the peoples love for the story have caused church officials to leave the Pageant as it is. The script of the Pageant will remain the same but continual improvements will tie This will be Halls The Ephraim City and Planning and Zoning Commission will hold its regular meetings on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month atthe Ephraim City Office, 5 South Main, Ephraim, Utah, commencing at 8 p.m. Agenda items to be considered should be submitted to the city offices not later than the Thursday preceding the meeting. Wendy Hansen, City Recorder 319, 26 on-goin- g. third year directing the Pageant. Arecord 166,000 people attended the Pageant in 1991. For their convenience, it is recommended that those attending the pageant come on a night other than a Friday or Saturday when attendance is the highest. People come from great distances to take part in the Pageant. Hall believes these people are seeking a spiritual experience for themselves and their families. Roles are available for J oseph Smith, Hyrum Smith, Lucy Mack Smith, pioneers, preachers, Book of Mormon characters, angels, dancers and many others. For more information about the Pageant, call (801) 835-300- -- We will call you when your fax arrives. Just drop in the office during normal office hours to send a fax . To send: $2.00first page $1.00 ea. additional page (If 0. Keep Your Hometown Economy Strong! 149 out of U.S.A., phone charge added) To receive: $1 .OOeach page Our Hours Are: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday Manti Messenger Office 35 S. Main, Manti Shop Locally Whenever Possible! Extension Sanpete County Extension would is looking for volunteers among ' Service, Sanpete County, like tu invite those who are the youth to be on the Senior interested in learning more about Teen Council and the Camp I lumanNutrition and vegetarian Council. diets, to attend a special EDNET The Senior Teen Council will broadcast on the subject be involved in aiding leaders This broadcast will be at in advisers and planning and Snow College Media Center, activities executing upstairs, on Thursday, March 26 throughout the year. The at p.m. It will be presented Camp Council will assist the by USU Extension Food and Camp Director in planning the Nutrition specialist, Dr. Georgia activities for the upcoming Lauritzen, from USU campus. summer camp. Anyone interested is welcome to member interested attend. Any 4-- building, 200 West 500 North, Manti. More information will be announced later. Notice I eSEZkZTi PUBLICITY or ADVERTISING? A POLICY STATEMENT BY THIS NEWSPAPER I ft r it fe . One of the toughest decisions we have to make is when to charge for publicity for various functions. We recognize that our newspaper is the main source of information about upcoming events. We also recognize that we have a public service responsibility to keep our readers informed. We also know that the only way we can continue to serve the public is to stay in business. And to stay in business we must make a profit somewhere. The only thing we have to sell is advertising. If we give that away free we obviously cannot make a profit, and thus cannot stay in business and provide the free services that we do. t, Some organizations contend that they are and thus cannot afford to advertise. The fact of the matter is that they cannot afford noi to advertise. ADVERTISING DOES NOT COST, IT PAYS! Our entire economy is based on the concept that advertising does indeed pay dividends. If you, or your organization, are sponsoring an event for which money is charged, you can substantially improve the successof that event by ad vertising.The extra participation which the advertising creates will usually far exceed the cost of the advertising. Therefore, we cannot continue to give free publicity to events that charge money, at least we cannot stay in business and provide that service free. Our policy is: yOU CHARGE - WE CHARGE. If it costs money to participate in your event, we will charge you for the publicity. We do hope to continue to maintain a viable business in this community, but can only do so by charging for our 't 4 V non-profi- reasonable services. MANTI MESSENGER - EPHRAIM ENTERPRISE 5E5 SitTIfflf iff r " 5M1 ' I S'