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Beginners In ysic To Hold Meets Instructional Program schedule of preliminary meeting's for beginning music students under the summer train-in,!- ;' program, sponsored by tlie city schools, was announced this week by Moyd Winn, instructor. The first meetings, which will he for beginners only, will be launched today at it a.m. in Arlington school. Another meeting will be held at Arlington on Monday, June th, at 9 a.m. Meetings will take place Friday and Tuesday, June 1st and 5th, at 8:30 a.m. in Ilillcrest school and at 10 o'clock a.m. at Liberty school. Honnyview area students will come to Arlington school for their lessons. After completion of the preliminary meetings, a full summer schedule will be announced. Students of all degress of advancement may attend the summer classes, Mr. Winn pointed out, but the principal interest will be focussed upon students who were 5th and 6th graders last year and are beginners in music. This program of study will afford an opportunity to prepare for membership in the band or orchestra of the junior high and later in the senior higfl. Parents who are interested in having their children participate in band or orchestra are urged to take advantage of this opportunity for initial instruction. Since, at the present time, there is no instrumental music taught in the grade schools, this course becomes the means th r o u g h which entry into junior and senior high school band and orchestra can be assured. Students who have not yet reg 1 Chamber Prexy Be ft Ninth Leader 1. w P'ctg. 2 3 3 2 2 1.00(1 0 0 .0110 GB .730 .750 .667 .667 .333 'til m n M sf- f-V- . r.i i k.i AM table top. 2. Chest of drawers. coffee Injured Youth Is Released After in Hospital the Stay ft 8. Result! get the . . in town best tire hi voriu six-ye- ar on Sunday, May 13th, has been Percent n. :30 Rtcn nn 30 10 00 4'urUln Call 1 00 Tim for Milady 00 II 30 A M Jamhorr SO is oo Hirlrilr InXruraenlal 00 II IS World Nwa : 5 I 00 Virlriy Tlma 00 I Mrr1r MMItlf so S Mufjir and Hplra oo S Hall of Muilc 00. 5 Mulc Land Knur Star (WMiada 00 so Th Klar-- Blnj no World Nwa IV TuMlc Hrrtlr Trogram M so 7 'd In MrMlH I'd T ArtnM Korcj-- I'maram I0:0 II 11 12 12 1 1 i 3 5 is T so S (10 T s sn on :io do 10 on in oo IS on IS Mi dial f evolving Cr edit Plan 1230 The most convenient way A ,0 buy your home nd car needs payday. 3. We will establish a credit level besed on the amount you wish to pay. For example H'llUliI on a Clar On ."lac H"fl 1 IthU A Swoot Mimic Meet Ih 'Uilm A Imic llli a I'rram Mii ('IT If you n 10 o on J ?o in so II oo II tin l 70 11 I EMU lubeless fEi t".- - "0 I .n -; on on S .. ill 1, II Miolc Mul I. and A on J on o ,.tsr l.ui Mi Krna mhl . 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I would like my (Check one) payments to be each week I - I 3 o I - on I - on CI tioinii, oo 10 10 10 U Murray's "good music" - Men On rx SO no STATE 4.00 Gentlemen: mi it.riauit-l'h a Priam A t Station Monthly Nitl - SUNDAY mwm havt revolving credit up to Mn'l (l Quality Oil Company ftrtr,f? t.al Nra In Atnrtl. ti il In Miiali- In Ilic Air til on a Maf t ad of M'lalr I rl .lt lil.H A t Til h)di- IUII do (1:1. OO I Hujfof I n fo f on. f in 7 n. S oo 10 f on a on in oo You may 4. Whenever you wish to moke additional purchases you can increase your unpaid balance up to your credit level without any increase in payments. 5, You pay NO monthly interest - only a small service charge at the time cf each purchase. Vllrami liilrn .in (1 12.00 Qlhfr plorn enn bf tarrpnop Tim rlr(j - 00 00 on t. t, r, y 2.00 4.00 8.00 . - World ! J on . oo. I J"'tw HUitlimi M I'jirltfc V :in 12 (ill on 13 10. MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND rrnt 12 - A .00 4.00 6.00 Mct Muic to lirmmiW Mdl ilv Crip-Sea- Hesist-a-SVi- 'Vrtrr'St'i i - .Semi-monthl- J.00 M'irnlns (Top of Ihr M tmlne Ncwa at I a m l all Curtain (10 with to pay Wttkiy ONLY SATURDAY la V 1. Select the item you wish to purchase. 2. Tell us how much you con afford to pay each ltndroua llhithm ' Here's How It Works oo a m - Him On 00 & 30 T"ii of Hi 3-- T 10. Kidney dressing table pleasure Mornlnf (Top of M'irninf Nrwi at I i n.) Tup of Ih th (i Triplo-Trmprc- 7. The For your listening r No ollirr tire compares with the Douhlo Iai;lo lor all aronnd satisfaction. (Joodyrar's cxclusivr construcl N)Ion Cord an-tion provide an extra margin ui blowout ami puncture protection. You net Mipeiior traction ami mileage with the deeper, touglier tread . . . plus unequalled 1'euuty and comfort. Come in and tv. le your old tires now! t DECORATING 18-2- 4 1 c flasi Kneehole desk top. 9. Round OTTLEY i H Nylon Cord Curred-froa- end table. 18-2- old Robert Tontem, Murray boy who was struck by an automobile at 5716 So. State t r. 3-- T & Desk or dresser top. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY fx 'vVVAm 4. ciation said, in pointing out that the survey waa made primarily Protect your fine furniture . . . preserve its lasting beauty to determine the demand for jobs with these fine Sparkling Glass Tops. It's easy to order. in the state in coming years. 4 The increase in the age Merely cut an accurate template or pattern to the exact size group will have many decided efwanted. We do the rest. You'll be amazed at their low cost. fects on the State's social and economic structure in coming years, the NAM predicted. It went on to comment on two specific efects: First, the surge of young-adult- s 120 Vine Street AM is already having, and will continue to have, a tremendous impact on colleges and universities. The growth pressures are compounded by trends which demonstrate that an increasingly higher percentage of young people are entering colleges and universities. These institutions will be faced with the task of providing facilities for these increased proportions of the increased population. VSecond, the increase in the . t i number of people in the jr.. age brackets will have a heavy impact on the businesses and industries of the state, which must provide the great bulk of the jobs for these young people. This increased demand for new jobs will be accompanied by the fact that a majority of the young people will be prepared for and seeking skilled jobs which will require the latest types of machinery, tools, and other equipment. released from Salt Lake General hospital. tivity. The lad, after several days on Pitted tonight at 6 o'clock will is recovering be First and Tenth on one dia- the critical list, well. mond; Fourth and Seventh on another. At 7:00, Second and Ninth will vie and at the same time Fifth will meet Sixth. The night's finale, at 8:00 p.m. will be between Third and Eighth. All ten wards have teams in the league, which is open to girls 93.8 and ladies between the ages of will probably experience Utah 12 and 23. First and second half champ- an increase of 93.8 percent in its residents during the ions will go to the division play- college-agaccording to suryears offs, Mrs. Kwing said. vey results made public this week by the National Association of Manufacturers. Murray Youth One The NAM study estimates that Of Nine Named by July 1. 1973. Utah will have approximately 157,00) men and For Boy's State women between the ages of 18 Nine Granite high school boys, and 24. almost two times the total including one from Murray, have of 81.000 which was reported for been selected to attend Boys April 1, 1950. State, annual camp of the AmerMen and women in the 18 to 24 ican Legion, during the coming group form the greatest bulk age summer. They'll be sponsored by of those entering the nation's the South Salt Lake post 112. of growing working force, the Asso K;tj;le Want Ads Get tUo 3. Bowed end table. table top. the Legion. Don Sterling, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sterling, 962 East 4580 South, is one of the nine whD will attend. CORP. r. BREAKING GROUND for a new $100,000 recreation hall at St. Francis Xavier's church in Kearns Duane G. Hunt, during a ceremony conducted last week. Others in the picture are Millie Oberhansley (extreme left), representing the Kearns Town Council, Fr. Mark Benvengnu, pastor of St. Francis Xavier; Msgr. Patrick McGuire of Our Lady of Lourdes church, Salt Lake; Bishop Hunt; Msgr. Martin Burke, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul's of Murray. e . , about those unpaid bills. Let us collect them into one sum and arrange easy payments for you, relieve your mind and give that pocket-boo- k a lift. Stop in, ask about debt consolidation. i' 1 is Bishop 1950-197- 3, . ' Square By 4962 South State near 53rd and State. 5. Desk or dresser top. Utakns, College Age To Increase FINANCE Hansen, located ' Opens Tonight Stop Sweating.' i -- I - 1. Oval Mrs. Kyle Kigby and children West 4715 South, left Monday evening, for Jerome, Idaho, I'lay will begin tonight in where they will spend a week Softball League of Murray Girls Alvisiting with her father, II. with five games scheduled stake ton Johnson and sisters and famian lies, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Barlow, for two diamonds, it was nounced this week by Mrs. Deane Kwing, chairman of softball acfftiiuitlititTTnTr; 1 5 iff ii Gal Softball .000 4671 MURRAY Gone, Duties President Walt Teinert of the Murray Chamber of Commerce Eagle Want Ads Get Results Ninth ward softballers, who have two postponed games to make up, were the lone undefeated team in the Church Senior League this week. both their They've starts and copped will go after a third victory tonight in a makeup game with Sixth ward. That game, and another makeup tilt between Seventh and Fourth, will be played at city park diamond following opening games of the girls' league. Friday night, the schedule opens with Fifth and Seventh meeting at 7:00; Second and Ninth at 8:00; Tenth and Sixth at 9:00 and Third and Fourth at 10:00 p.m. In games played last Friday, Ninth won from Third by forfeit; Fifth decisioned Sixth; Fourth routed Tenth 12-- 2 and Second whipped Seventh, 11-- .. Theatre." 'The Chamber will move its offices within the next few days to the new building of Judge Phil To Fall Upon Veep In Ball Loop Ninth Filth Second Fourth Sixth Tenth Seventh Third a will be required by the businesses and industries to finance expansion and modernization to provide better, more productive jobs." announced Friday he would be on business affairs for several weeks during the next three months. Assuming the duties of the presidency will be W. E. (Bill) Dunn, vice president. The Board of Governors of the Chamber voted Friday to allow the Junior Chamber of Commerce to operate the snack shack at on City Softball League games ofTuesday nights and tabled an fer of a television channel to air a proposed "Murray City out-of-to- future for these young people depends on the availability of risk capital. Great amounts of capital MEN'S ( LI B MEETING John Goldrick, president of the St. Vincent's Men's club, announces a membership drive for the club. All charter members and men not already belonging to the group are invited to attend the regular monthly meeting, June 7, at 8 p.m. in the church hall. Standings: Team we will provide to whether ft Learners May Enter A "It is true," the NAM report states, "that much of the future depends on the construcive use of human energies. But, it is also true that much of the future many of the answers as Ground Broken For Recreation Hall MURRAY (UTAH) EAGLE Thursday, May 31, 1956 istered with Mr. Winn may attend these opening meetings to learn what arrangements can be made for them to begin playing, Page 6 I'tfara The fresfono Sfore !