SQUth East Independent Sugar House. Utah Thursday. September 12. 1957 Page 1 1 Bindrup, Rocky Mountain Bank Note Co.; James D. Stevens, West-inghous- e Electric Corp.; Robert M. Dunlop, Stevel Patterson Fi-nance Co.; ; Grant W. Midgley, Paul Clowes Associates, and S. Heber Kimball, H. Dinwoody Fur-niture Co. United Fund Drive Begins Business houses can expect an initial call from United Fund ag-- j ency collectors on' Tuesday, Sept.j 24 and Thursday, Sept. 26 the. two city-wid- e solicitation dates set J up by Harold L. Molitor, chair-man of the UF downtown business division. Molitor has engaged the com-plimentary services of 380 com-petent business men, who are on loan from their respective com panies,-- to solicit contributions from 3700 Salt Lake City business establishments. "The generous support of the wage-earne- rs in making a day's pay contribution will take care of their responsi-bility for all health, welfare and character-buildin- g agencies in the community for the whole year," said John H. Klas, general cam-paign chairman. Captains tor the business district solicitation teams who are attempt-ing to reach'a 1958 campaign goal of $851,000 include: John E. Ed-wards from Prudential Insurance Co. of America; W. E. "Ted" Gar-jbet- t, from Burroughs Corporation; Bevan W. Leonard, Continental Agency Co.;; Wallace R. Woodbury Woodbury, Corporation; Gordon E. Noble, American Casualty Co.;; Patton N. Leaver and LeGrande This means that there is an ur-gent need to continue to build civil defense readiness and capability into existing governments at all levels. ' In this respect, the 1957 theme j of National Civil Defense Week-Govern- ment in Emergency is! most appropriate. Sept. 15 thru 21 Set as Civil Defense Week The White House has designated I " September 15-2-1 as the second an-nual National Civil Defense Week. In last year's observance, every State and Territory participated. Federal departments. State and municipal governments took the opportunity to show their state of civil defense readiness. The 1957 observance, with the theme "Government in Emergen-cies a chance for self - evaluation, a period of determining just how much progress has been made in a year's time in their prepared-ness for disaster. In the past 12 months, there have been great advancements in wea-pons development. It is no secret that an all-o- ut attack on the United States would: destroy not only a great number of cities, but also inflict heavy damage on rural areas, and spread radioactive fall-out to contaminate thousands of square miles While 'this is a most gruesome picture, it is' not complete unless one were to consider the natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes and tornadoes which occur almost daily to tax fhe resources of gov-ernment. Each year about 400 small and large disasters are re-ported in the United State. Man-mad- e disasters and natur-al disasters are fundamentally al-ike. And basically, they can best bet met by strengthening the or-ganizations we now have on hand. GRAND OPENING "Specials" L at Hunter's New Branch Sporting Goods Store (Vv IN SUGAR MOUSE Fishing LURES " ye Values Up to $1.25 Ji Wx while They lcst (0) fSchool ?,T-Rodombo-a $398 Gym Sets )M M $495 1 jr X Automatic Reel Hr Pont Whi cotton lT-'i-? Jt !; twill. Elastic woiit. Sock mm (WlflTV,'V ' mm , (li'J Convert Shoe Convtrst Shot IN SUGAR HOUSE "lky Jr4J t "Chuck $745 Boy'' i Taylor" 3115 South 11th tost-HUS-- SlM vwwwvvwywJ (Soogull Drug) School and Band Instruments FOR RENT "SS-- 2 Convenient Locations Hart Bros. Sugarhouse Music , DOWNTOWN 2130 South 1 1th Cost 46 East 8th South SUGARHOUSE I - 11 mrnrrminiTniiii iwiiinniinniiHMiwmwMwumim HIGHWWS Are you a hurricane driver? You are if you drive 75 mile an hour or more, the Nationa Safety Council says. At that pace you can destro; yourself and anything in your patl as quickly as a hurricane. uThe U. S. weather bureau con siders winds of 75 miles and ovei of hurricane proportion," says th Council, "and motorists should re member that a car driven at the same speed is propelled with th same destructive force." SlOW CPt sov. ) At high speeds the human body becomes increasingly vulnerable. If an accident occurs at 60 miles in hour or more the victim is eight limes more likely to die than if he lad been injured in an accident at 10 miles an hour. Speed not only increases your ihances of .having an accidentit lecreases your chances of coming ut alive if you do have one. To determine a safe speed take tito consideration: 1. Weather and visibility. 2. Mechanical factors. 3. Road conditions. Whether a cad is rough, smooth, hilly, flat, urving or straight. 4. The driver's , physical and Dental condition. 5. Traffic conditions. A safe peed on a country road can be nsafe on a citv street J J 0003123 COD fi ALL THESE DELUXE SERVICES k FAST, PLEASANT counter service, clothes counted and receipt issued for each garment or shirt. Free Parking! NO STAPLES USED. No scratches, pricked fingers. $100,000 INSURANCE, burglar alarm system to protect your clothing. FINEST DuPont cleaning fluids and newest equip- - JtjLl 4 I iVj v y 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. VOGUE SUGARHOUSE VOGUE SOUTHEAST 8th East at. 2 1st South 2963 Highland Drive VOGUE INDIAN HILLS VOGUE GARDEN PARK 1455 South 23rd East 1086 South 11th East VOGUE EAST BENCH VOGUE HOLLADAY 1511 South 15th East 4700 Helladoy Blvd. Ivy Sun Tan Leather Slacks trim and t Plain. Values Close-0- ut to $7.95 WHILE THEY LAST! Bud's Duds ... for smaller Men! Bud's Duds 2120 Highland Drive 4-- H Livestock Experts to Compete For Scholarships Expert sheep shearing and judg-ing will pay big dividents this fall to 4-- H Club members in the form of college scholarships, U. S. Sav-ings Bonds and other prizes, ac-cording to the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club work. Aw-ards are offered on a national basis in the 4-- H sheep shearing program sponsored by Sunbeam Corporation, and the livestock jud-ging contest supported by Armour and Company. Both events will take place during the Internation-al Live Stock Exposition in Chi-cago. In sheep shearing the contest-ants will be judged on technique,) quality of workmanship and speed. The top ranking national winner will receive a $300 scholarship, and the second place winner a $150 scholarship. In addition, $50 U.S. Savings Bonds will be given to six red ribbon winners. A spe-cially designed 4--H championship belt will be presented to the state dinner. Sunbeam contributes all of the awards. The three divisions in the live-stock judging contest are beef cat-tle, sheep and swine. To the high-est scoring individuals in each: classification will go a $400 schol-arship provided by Armour.