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J . 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1947 THE LEHI SUN, LEHI UTAH THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1947 NOTICE The Utah County Medical Society announce the following fee schedule, effective 1 January, 1947. Office Calls (Minimum) . $2.50 Home Calls (Day) r.. $3.50 Home Calls (Nite 7 P. M. to 7 A. M.) $5.00 Obstetrics, including prenatal care, delivery, care in hospital and six week mother and baby check up - $75.00 Premarital Examination, including Blood Serology .. $5.00 Telephone consultation and Prescriptions .... $1.00 Limits Stay On Non-Housing Construction SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 23 Gorernment limitations on non- residental construction will contin- -r.-., . TTnllsnal fnr t Wst several months. v" Attempt UllUSUai Washington, D. C, officials today Experiment informed Arnold M. Seiler, district 0 . Spotlighting I UTAH J of the most fascinating river trips in the world is from TT.'L. - ... . . l J uu",,j" u.i.......- im,e in uariieia t;ouniy gjw uic tion aivision, uuice ui Colorado to Lees Ferry, Arizona manasrer here of the Civilian Pro Administration construe Controls. a distance of 162 miles Atrain Mr. Seller reiterated that th. f-Rt a . t, pnntrols on non-housing construc tion have not been lifted, but re main in effect on behalf of .preventing .pre-venting non-essential construction from diverting critical materials from housing. Lifting of priorities regulations has eiven rise to a widespread but erroneous belief that authorization for non-housing construction no longer is necessary. Applications must still be filed for approval 0 m VtM-tflm till V J ftCssI Tl f IMp I fill ffl? lL!U !. I fa L 4Vv ' NEW COTTON DRESSES Wonderful buys the cream of the new collections . in super-qualities that come so low-priced only at Penney "k $2.79 Many styles with zipper fronts. All of fast color cottons! iff JM I hi A i 1 FEATURED PENCO 45x36 PILLOW CASES - - 59c Boys' Best CORDUROY TROUSERS 4.49 pr. 6 Cord CROCHET COTTON, Large Ball 25c Large White TURKISH TOWELS - 51c COTTON-RAYON PIECE GOODS 69c-89c Girls' RAYON PANTIES, All Sizes - 39c SHEER PURE SILK HOSIERY - - 1.49 Boys' SCHOOL PANTS, Dark Shades 3.93 NEW SPRING WOOLENS - 2.39-2.95 yd. BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS - ...... 9Sc torney, Ernest Wilkinson, that no accounting was ever made to the Utes by the government for the land sold. The Utes are suing to recover the price of the land, with interest from the time of the sale. The disputed lands are in the vicinity vi-cinity of the Rangely, Colo., oil fields. If the Indians win the suit, the amount . of money involved may run into high finance, Lehi Auto Clinic 480 East State Road Phone 147-J Some of the finest anH Uttlp known scen ery in the state is located on this river and the trip is not dangerous. Now come3 Harry Aleson, well-known well-known explorer and riverman, who is well acquainted with the Colorado, Colo-rado, and says that this spring he will attempt to "sail up the river" riv-er" against the current from Lees Ferry to Hite, a feat that looks impossible 'and never before proposed. pro-posed. Aleson claims that the trip is a natural; that powerful winds travel up the river gorge strong enough to move a light sailboat upstream. "Should the breeze occasionally occasional-ly fail, I'll do like any sailor would do wait for a favorable wind," he said. In support of his theory, Aleson pointed out that Lewis and Clark sailed up the Missouri in 1804 in canoes, and dugouts fitted with sails. Utes Await Court Decision If the Ut Indians win a suit now pending before the U. S. Su preme Court in Washington, the money recovered will be distributed distribut-ed between the White Rover and the UncomDahere Utes in east ern Utah and the- southern Utes in Colorado. Many years ago, the first mentioned tribes were moved from Colorado into Utah. The legislation involved concerns the sale by the government in 1880 of 625,000 acres of disputed Indian lands in the State of Colorado. The Indians charge, through their at- Legal Notice Consult county clerk or respective re-spective signers for further Information. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate Of HETTIE F. GOODWIN, At 1 t - ueceasea. Creditors will jpresent verified claims . with vouchers to the undersigned administrator at the office of O. DeVere Wootton, At.tnrnev-at-Law. Rooms 12-14 Bank of American Fork Build ing, American Fork, Utah, on or before March 23, 1947. Jessie Rowley Goodwin, Administrator first Dublication Jan. 23, 1947. Last publication Feb. 13, 1947. ANNOUNCING - RE-OPENING OF FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 COMPLETELY REMODELED THROUGHOUT ENLARGED SERVING AREA QUICKER. 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