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SLRVICS " SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS circular cr hypnosis consultant, custom PLOWING HAULING Free Estimates AM Decker, etc. M0WERS awm REST Vacuum Supplies & Service 4915 So. State - AM , you full Ad per Co. m40'tf S 42-- t. - RENTALS i 2, 1901. 12-- HOMES FINLAYSON REST HOME. Kind and loving care given your old folks. No smokers. Ladies and men. AM tf LEGAL NOTICES FORMAL WEAK rental; tux- edos and accessories for evert "after six" occasion. Reasonable prices. Don Blair Formal Third Judicial District Court in and for Salt Lake County. Wear. 4909 So State, AM Probate Division b38-t- f Probate & Guardianship Notices Consult Clerk of District Court or the respective signers for RUBBER STAMPS further information. iMBai 7 (Utah) EAGLE ' and Thr Nui Adfrrllsrr Thursday, February 23, 1961 j 4t ; . SV' Tf ' Utah; 1. All trucks, panel wagons, and other vehicles that are not regularly known and recognized 1 . as passenger vehicles are hereinafter required to have a license in Murray City, Utah. 2. The cost for said license shall be $5.00 for each vehicle 9.000 pounds or under and $10.00 for each vehicle exceed- -' ing 9.000 pounds. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 3. Murray City hereby by re- 1960's! ESTATE OF BENJAMIN T. will recognize the city ciprocity s of the respondents HELM, DECEASED. that savings gains in Creditors will present claims plates willof other communities predict that recognize and will the state's insured associations with vouchers to the undersigned at The Law Offices of Wen-de- li grant reciprocity to such plates this year will exceed 1060's recof City." Murray C. Day, 4924 Poplar Street, ord gains. 4. A metal plate or paper Last year Utah's insured Murray, Utah, on or before the Murray. The Uintah Cat at the show. 16th day of June, A.D., 1961. The Unitah Cat Fancier Club associations showed a net gain final Club Fanciers is making RICHARD E. HELM, Executor Murray City and shall be in full arrangements for the sponsor is a local group of breeders in savings of $19.8 million, nn e of the Estate of BENJAMIN view on vehicle at all timis ve-to high. The leaders think indicate that license on said ing or me nrsi cnuiiipioiismp and cat owners. The organizaT. HELM, Deceased. a net gain of between 5,000 third meets that tion Intermountain the Friday every for show is hicle paid. WENDELL C. DAY of the month at the Murray and 10,000 new savings acThis Ordinance hereby re-- , area. counts will be added in 1961. Attorney for Executor on by fire hall, 4725 So. State. be event will The put vokes and Ordinance replaces 4924 Poplar Street, local club March 4th and 80-the Number Murray, Utah' This Ordinance is to become 5th at the Youth Auditorium Date of first publication, Feb. at the State fairgrounds in Salt effective immediately. 13-9, 1961. ADOPTED AND APPROV- Lake City. ED this 16th day of February, ITRPOSE OF the show is NOTICE TO CREDITORS to acquaint the public with the ESTATE OF ELTON KIM 1961. RAY P. GREENWOOD, better breeds of cats. Among MERYHEW, DECEASED. Mavor animals slated to ,appear ' the Creditors will present claims ATTEST: are Persian, Siamese, Burmese, with vouchers to the undersigned at the office of DANSIE and ALVIN W. WAHLQUIST. Himalayan and Abssinian. ml5-l- t City Recorder. Show officials noted that the ELLETT, 4762 South State, Atanimals to be displayed are all torneys for the Administratrix MURRAY CITY on or before the 17th day of registered with various cat asCORPORATION sociations which local clubs are April. A.D., 1961. MURRAY. UTAH affiliated with and are beautiful LENORE MERYHEW, AdminTO BIDDERS as well as costly. istratrix of the Estate of EL- FORNOTICE CONSTRUCTION 16" OF TON KIM MERYHEW by MANY OF THE animals will V A TPR U'Pt W. R. ELLETT Attorney for Sealed proposals or bids for De ,D,0,'Snl numirens oi miies said Administratrix, Deceasthe construction of a water well to be shown. Mrs. Alice Mar- ed. yon, Murray memner or me will hn r,.f.,.ivo,i h,r t...... rn DANSIE and ELLETT. club, pointed out un- - sponsoring Utah Corporation, Murray. Attorneys for the U nns ,ak('n 'oars of on" the 9th ,hat , til 5 o'clock p.m. day, Administratrix to bring out the finer) .breeding of 1961. March. at which time 4762 South State Street, they will be publicly opened and 1"a,i,irs in ,ho ''a,s Appearing Murray 7, Utah Date of first publication read aloud. Bids shall be sub- nutted in sealed envelopes en- 14-Feb. 16, 1961. dorsed "Bid for construction of X TP a 16" water well for Murray NOTICE TO CREDITORS I ESTATE OF BENJAMIN T. City Corporation." The fnrnthe work I I I" comprises HELM. DECEASED. Creditors will present claims ishing of all labor, materials, QSQ to and plant equipment complete with vouchers to the undersignMagna. Today, the first of a ed at the office of Wendell C. the job to satisfication of the series of rending demonstra- Owner. for the Day, Attorney Evecutor, Each proposal must be ac- - tions will be held nt Webster on or before the 16th day ot by a certified or elementary school under the di- Icompanied June. A.D., 1961. cheek or bid bond made rection of Iirctta Righy. par-- 1 cashiers WENDELL C. DAY, Attorney for the Executor. RICHARD payable to Murray City Corpor- - ent and family life chairman E. HELM., of the Estate of ation. in an amount not less for the The series will consist of a BENJAMIN T. HELM, De- than five percent (5rf i of thebid as a guarantee that the sue- half hour of observation, where ceased. cessful bidder will enter into a the parents will go into a class WENDELL C. DAY, BEAMING her appreciation at being crowned queen of contract if awarded the work, room and watch the children, Attorney, a time he next high's "Homecoming" activities is Mory Ball, left. She which will while Murray submit at the half For hour, 4924 Poplar (between State faithful performance bond in the youngsters are outside, ond the other candidates took port in an elaborate ceremony and Main) favor of Murray City Corpora-- : there will be a discussion hl2-Murray 7. Utah during intermission of the Murray-Cypru- s game. in the full amount of the 'riod during which parents may Date of first publication, Feb. Miss Ball was escorted by Paul Marshall, center, ond bid contract. The five percent ask questions and discuss prob2, 1961. crowned by lost year's queen Chauna Oliver, right. The other bonds or checks will be returned lems pertaining to reading. to all bidders upon awarding or candidates served as her attendants. They were: Dee CrittenTHE FIRST grade, morning rejection of the work. session, will he from 9:30 to den, Sandra Hansley, Joyce Angell, Simonetta Stella ond i Murray City Corporation re- 10:30 am, with the sixth Sally Huntington. serves the right to reject any crnde from 10:30 to 11:30 a m and all bids and to determine The nfternoon first prnde ses- which proposal is. in its opinion, sion will be from 1:30 to 2:30 the lowest responsible bid being p.m. At the Sign of the Beaver in the interest of the owner, and On March 2nd, n!.o n Thursrr the development of water. second session day, the grade The owner also reserves the will be held fmm 9 to 10 a m to Informalities waive any right will be from The third in any propose! that may be 10 to 11 agrades m questionable. On March 9th will be the 4th Dated at Murray City, Utah, srrnde session from 9 to in a m the 20lh day of February. 1961. nnd the 5th grade from 10 to ALVIN W. WAHI-Ql'is- f 11am. ml 1 City Reorder Carman President Simpson Invites parents to atASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF tend, not only their own child's AM 4760 South Redwood Rad VISITS BROCKBANK JHS session, but also nil the others Lumber Electrical Hardware Plumbing M:tcn.1. I'ist Wednesday, so they will be able to see What Amos Harmon, assistant Salt Is expected in the other clases County fire chief, visited and be better prepared when Rrurkhank Junior high school their child Is promoted Into to discuss safety. these gr.'ides Local Club To Sponsor Intermountain Cat Show made-to-ord- Murray Printing Co 155 East 4905 South SHARPENING t34-t- f WATER HEATERS $! aw ONLY she .f Ik' 4, 5 Two-third- SHOWING off some of the creations being made for the "Mad Hatters" party of the Alpha Kappa chapter of Kearns are: Mrs. James Glenn, left; Mrs. Lloyd Pullman, Mrs. Lester Buckley, and Mrs. Russell Andrews, front right. Alpha Kappa To Feature at Party Unique Chapeaus hats will be She is being assisted by Mrs. KeiiriiH. Unusual the usual thing at a party for Lester Buckley and Mrs. King. members and guests of the n Alpha Kappa Chapter of InternationSigma Alpha, al, Saturday evening. The "Mad Hatter's party" will be held nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. William King, 5897 So. 4500 West. DINNER and games will follow a casino club theme; and a prize will be awarded to the person wearing the most unusual chapeau. Mrs. Allen Niemeyer is chairAUTOMATIC man of the committee planning entertainment. the evening's TRANSMISSION Ep-silo- all-tim- LAWN MOWERS Sharpened and repaired, circular and hand saws, scissors and shears. Noel Tuft Sharpening service. 5161 So. 4240 West. Kearns, CY F0R 4t Banquet (From Page LEAKS S, Col. 0) ward. Members of the CWF group attended the Trinity Methodist Church in Kearns to participate in the World Day of Prayer Sunday. Rev. Sechler announced Sunday that Tuesday evening would mark the beginning of a 24 hour "Cham of Prayer" for members of his congregation interested in participating. A group from the church will attend a farewell service at Central Christian Church Wednesday evening in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Lvnn Lyons j I INSTALLED', Hf VYeDSTer 4t AS LOW AS $5 PER DOWN Gas. glass-line- j O J EJL CVenTS MO., NOTHING 10-ye- CALL KEN ; Normal Installation warranty. Name Brands , DEPENDABLE OWENS ache'fence AM 2-18- 4t 41 It's Called "Down On Your Luck" . . . and pe-tio- it's a pretty lituotion, although we'll grim con- exaggerated. once-expensi- CAPITAL CHEVROLET FENCES 8th South and Main DIAL EL 1300 South West Temple r Market Murray High Crowns Queen L" 3201 West 3500 South n. Home Owned Home Operated . . . Where Home Folks Shop! Swiss Steak I.S.D.A. Good lb. Ik . P-T- Sirloin Steak lb. Rump Roast 6-44- Solid Savings Accounfs Help W 7 FULLER'S "''No One Has Such Situations! reAnyone con hove a business versal. But the folk who weather them best ore those with a backlog of savings In the bonk. We refer lo this oi "money for a ond those toiny roiny day" - days con hoppenl PAINT LUNCHEONS 20 to compare with LOWELL'S 4 ond if you're having a bridge porty, reception or luncheon meeting, you'll find the food, the atmosphere ond the swank interior of LOWELL'S ore "just right", we welcome your inquiries on rotes anytime! sofety with the you up to $10,000. And you ton tonhdeoce that yew ton survive thol "down on your Itftk" misfortune if it tome your woyl ton save OFF Varnish and Varnish Stains INTERIOR SEMI Gal. Gal. LATEX GLOSS EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT EXTERIOR MASONRY ENAMEL SILKEN WHITE Regular Special 66? $535 8 13 6.50 6 21 $ Go!. 7 85 Gal. Quo 735 29? 5 88 Gol. 10 03 8 06 Gal. Qoort Gol. 8 72 6 9? 2 61 OuaM 2 2 0? 6 32 151 Quo 218 2 39 Ideal 'or Kichens MIJIIUAY STATE LOWELL'S (the "Pronto") 5083 South Sfott 4338 SOUTH STATE 11 om. 'til 10 pm. DAILY EXTERIOR VARNISH EXTERIOR VAPNISM INTERIOR GLOSS INTERIOR GLOSS VARNISH VARNISH STAIN VARNISH 7 90 39 Now's the Time to Buy Your Paint! RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS New Cabbage Fig Newtons Tomato Juice Enamel Now also on Exterior Paint , . . Open A Murray Si at c Bonk Today! Savingswith decounf of FDlC, which insures the ' New methods enable us to do this job so economically We'll replace g the converter, seal, main pump seal, rear seal and bushing and give you a free linkage adjustment) All for $26! m fess this fellow may bo o bit You A Complete Job! CO. j Plumbing Co. only Service Dept., IN V. i on '55 to '61 Chevy passenger cars with Power-Glid- e transmission. -- T Plus Sales Tax 40-gal- ., 1 V Vr.:M ORDINANCE NO. 108 WHEREAS, Murray City has found it necessary to license motor vehicles within the City and particular trucks and vehicles used in commercial haulage; and. WHEREAS, the said City Commission of Murray City have determined and do hereby determine that it is necessary for the regulation of traffic, police regulation and other matters that a charge be levied for the same. NOW THEREFORE. BE IT SAID AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED by the Board of Commissioners of Murray City. Salt Lake County, State of . For two aay service on all your RUBBER STAMPS see 4. t , MISSION ARIES-TO-B- E See our Farewells before buy! We have an Inspiring "lor view of the Salt Temple on the frontpiece. dlonal cnare ' only $1.50 hundred. Murray Printing 155 Court Ave., AM - MAKES E R I LDS Vnnium Clpnnpr and Supplies rJT Service L & k MAKFS PRINTING p!4-1- 3t G Skilsaw-Blac- THE MURRAY ed vesterduv. Thnt optimistic note is shown I'AKTU IIWTINti in the sur- in a survey just completed by vey was Robert H. Jones, pres-th- e Utah Savings and Loan ident of Zions Savings itnd Loun league, Louis S. DiEnea, chair-- 1 Association, which hns a branch man of the league's committee at 4901 So. State in Murray. on public information, announc- Fifty per cent of the savings and loan leaders participating . in the survey said they expect 1961's business in Utah to be better than in 1960. The remaining 50 per cent replied that this year's business will be "about the same as 1960". None ' of Ihe respondents answered that he thought 1901 would fall below 1900. "Ninety-tw- o per cent of the replies said that they expect Utah's economy this year will be ahead of thnt of the nation's generally," Mr. DiEnes said. t 4 "Only 8 per cent think Utah's US- business will be at the same level as the nation's generally." HALF OF THK savings es-- j ecutives expect to increase the size of their own staffs in 1961 The other half expect their i staff numbers to remain the same as in 1900. Savings leaders predict the new housing starts in Utah will be about even with those in 1960. Mr. DiEnes said thnt 25 per cent of the respondents see an increase of from 5 to 10 per cent in 1901. Fifty per cent think housing starts will he about the same, ' and 25 per cent think they will A w be from 5 to 10 per cent less in " " number than in 19(i0. MOST SAVINGS executives think their associations will CATS AND RIBBONS will be featured at the first chamhave more money to lend for pion cat show to be held in the Intermountain area March home financing this year than 4th and 5th. The event is being sponsored by the Uintah in 1900, and they also think fairin the State Cat Fanciers Club at the Youth's Audtorium there will be more home loan money available from nil sourgrounds. ces this year than in 1960. Proudly displaying their animals are, from left: Billie The executives believe there Esther Howell, Crispin, Persian; Carolyn Ramos, Siamese, and will not be much change in the Abssinian. size of new homes built in Utah this year as compared with Murray.- Despite the present, economic siowuown, uuins erally insured savings and loan leaders expect business in the state will be as good or better in 1961 as last year. FITCH 8034, I hand saws with vouchers to the undersign- ed at 208 Phillips Tetroleum Building. Salt Lake City, Utah, kf Machine Sharpened & Repaired on or before the 2nd day of June, A.D., 1961. istrator of the Estate of BUD D. HANEV and MAE C.j 8- Sharpening Service HANTY, Dceased. 1262 East 33rd South LAMAR DUNCAN ' for the Administrator Attorny 0f. 87682 INp7:58,-208 Phillips Petroleum & Del'very Salt Lake City, Utah Date of first publication, Feb. License No 381 B & w.-wii- POWER UNITS OVERHAULED 29S6 West Lehi Drive With my larger school there's still room tor your child. AM - ALL NOTICE TO CREDITORS F.S'TATP .. nc mm M WAVCV WVJ AND MAE C. HANEV DE- CEASED, WILLIAM C. HANKY Aiminitrntnr nf the Estate of Deceased. Creditors will present claims machine sharpened OtMUUL (NUKotKT LEGAL NOTICES SHARPENING HILLSDALE Savings 'n Loan Leaders Prcdicf Business Upswing for This Year 1 46-o- z. Nabisco Dutch Mill, quarts 37 t Salad Dressing Pon Pacific' chunk A QQ Tuna for lUXld Meat Light T 0 MEMBER CHECKIFICATION CARD, INC. 91 "On the Corner ... On the Way Home!