I Licensed Civil Engineer rr3$ntr Having both Experience and ,--" 1 ! Qualification for - , ii COUNTY COMMISSIONER J Z 1 I Is 10 years as Engineer in I ;, I Charge of Building Canals i ' I and Dams in Southern Idaho. f" ,r .'' ' i V - j 4 years as Construction j, , , J Engineer in Railroad work. t " 1 e 3 years as Engineer for Utah t i State Building Commission. " - "'. '?C1 ! ; ' Uj 4 years as Supervising En- I . (, gineer of Federal Work Pro- - - 1 jects. j t A membsr and past President g , ' 1 of the State Chapter "THE ' 1 i " y J AMERICAN PUBLIC 1 I WORKS ASSOCIATION." I , ' ' f 8 A past Chairman of The Six- -- a . 1, jtmmxtranx-vt, ZZlZ 00S00E 30BEN Utah Water and Power Pro- DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE ject. for A former Salt Lake County Co. Commissioner 4-Year Term Commissioner and Chairman Your Vote Will Be Appreciated of the Board, heading the sponsored by: RICHARD GALE BODEN Health and Charity Depart- , , . . J 1721 East 3080 South ment. V f ., 1 V o ; o T ; T E ' , E 0 , , -1 0 R ' 1 ' " ": 1 R Lewis F. Mousley STATE REPRESENTATIVE Fcr An Effisisnl Administalicn UTAH'S Mr. legislator 5 18th Legislative District (VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOV. 6) (Paid Political Advertising by Holladay Friends) ' i ! ' S'x M ! .1 Once in a generation a big man emerges for a big job. The man is LOM HOPKSN and the big job is the V. S. SENATE Dean of the Utah Senate 22 Years Distinguished Service Twice Utah Senate President Vice President Utah Cattle Growers Association His colleagues of both parties attest to his remarkable legislative legis-lative record, -fc LON KOPKIN has followed a consistent course of moderation, avoiding extremes. ex-tremes. He stands for sound and sensible legislation as his record proves. He is not obligated to anyone except the people of Utah and their interests. He is a Utahn working for Utah. ALONZO F. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE United States Senate (Paid Political AdvcnisemcDt Hopkin Committee) jrjl' ' ' --la.--. -. -a.., - OGErbilLL THESE . DELUXE SERVlCESyl t FAST, PLEASANT counter service, clothes count-I 3 : ed and receipt issued for each garment or shirt. I R Free Parking! I r' NO STAPLES USED. No scratches, pricked fing- f ; ers. : 1 f $100,000 INSURANCE, burglar alarm system to 1 I protect your clothing. , j j FINEST Dow-Per cleaning fluids and newest 5 . equipment used exclusively J 7 A.R?1. TO 7 P.M. VOGUE SUGARHOUSE VOGUE SOUTHEAST tlh to at Jlrt Sk J9A3 Highland Dri VOGUE ARCADE VOGUE GARDEN PARK VOGUE EAST BENCH VOGUE HOLLADAY Ull iMk 15 lotf 4TO0 HoUaday Myd. VOGUE INDIAN HILLS .wtwMiuh $5,000 IN PRIZES Enter Exciting TREASURE HUNT CONTEST In Any Dunn Oil Union "76" Station A new Clue each day on KMl, 910 on your dial, that will lead you to the "BURIED TREASURE". Each day's Clue is posted at these Union Stations - Look For Clues at these Dunn Union Stations DEL FABXSWORTH 5175 So. State St. GUY PRICE 1165 W. California Ave. JERRY MEXDEXHALL 2848 So. State St. ROYAL FISHER 801 E. 4th So. R. C. MAYBERRY . 2280 Hifrhland Dr. O. C. ALLEX 180 W. 4th So. RICHARD IIALLIDAY 4688 Holladay Blvd. C LARENCE JACKSOX 8300 So. Main VIC ORX'S SERVICE 1917 W. 17th So. (Industrial Center) REED DAY 1680 E. 13th So. JOEL WILSON 687 E. 21st So.- KAY EAMES 1277 E. 21st So. DUNN'S UNION SERVICE 980 So. Redwood Rd. DUNN OIL CO. 526 W. 8th So. SPARKLE 3 MINUTE CA RWASII 2280 Highland Dr. CONTEST ENDS ON OR BEFORE NOV. 22 THE LUCKY YIIKNER GOULD BE YOU!