The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah (2024)

8 Much in Demand Guest Violinist Praises City's Musical Culture A well-known violinist who calls Salt Lake City 'a town musically very much above average" is discovering just how much his talents are in demand here. BERL SENOFSKY, whose guest appearances with the Utah Symphony Orchestra aren't until Friday and Satur- Berl Senofsky Violinist will appear with Symphony. Intermountain Obituaries Hulda C. Peterson Hulda Christiansen Peterson. 86, 354-3rd.

East, died. Wednesday morning at her residence of causes incident to Born Jan. 21, 1877, in Brigham City. Utah, to John and Ellen Stark Christiansen Married Charles Peterson Jan. 23, 1896, In the Salt Lake Te pile, Chur of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints.

He died July 18, 1944. Member of the 8th Ward, active in Relief Society. Practical nurse. Survivors: one son, five daughters, William Peterson, Granger; Mrs. Arthur L.

(Una) Rushton, Hunter: Mrs. Ernest (Lucille) Gabrielson, and Mrs. Leah Amundsen, both Salt Lake City; Mrs. Harry (Grace) Howard, and Mrs. Gordon A.

(Ruth) Leonard, both of Kearns: 21 grandchildren, 27, great-grandchildren; four brothers and three sisters, Leonard and Mark Christiansen, Oregon: Albert and Claude. both California: Elsie Christiansen, Olive Peterson, and Amber Kennard, all Salt Lake City. Funeral services Saturday noon, 260 E. South Temple, where friends may call Frdlay, 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services.

Burial Salt Lake City Cemetery. Oswell S. Francis Checks on S.L. Pupils It was "Open Wide" at Sumner School, 2636 S. 3rd East, Wednesday morning as a team of Salt Lake dentists examined the teeth of students.

THIS FREE dental clinic was the first in a series to be sponsored by the Salt Lake District Dental Society in the Salt Lake area schools. Dr. Neal B. Olpin, Society president, said, any public or private school desiring similar examinations may make arrangements with the society. THE DENTAL clinics are instituted during Utah beinta, Health Week.

Those found with defective teeth are referred to either private dentists, the Dental Service Society or the Salt Lake County Welfare Clinic. EXAMINING DENTISTS also are instructing the school children on proper care of the teeth including fuorides, brushing or rinsing teeth immediately after eating, cutting down on sweets especially between meals, eating well-balanced diets and have regular dental checkups. Hollanders' Speakers Regular semimonthly meeting of the Hollanders LDS Organization will feature two speakers, Henry Hansen, and Henry Copier, Friday at 8 p.m. In the Fourth Ward LDS Chapel, 111 W. 7th South.

Oswell (Ozzie) Samuel Francis, 55, 336 Lucy died during heart surgery Tuesday in City hospital. Born Feb. 18, 1907, at Morgan, to Albion. D. and Lillie Knight Francis.

Married Chloris Visick, June 20, 1929, in the Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Clerk of the 30th Ward six years. High priest in the Temple View Stake. Employe of the Salt Lake City Street Department 37 years. At Time of death was assistant foreman of an auto mechanic shop.

Survivors: widow; his mother; one daughter and three, sons, Mrs. Dennis (Ruth) Earl, Paul Vern 0., all Salt Lake City; seven grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Clair (Ellen) Porter, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Edward L.

(Esther) Cook, Anchorage, Alaska. Funeral services Saturday, 30th Ward Chapel, 1068 Jefferson 1 p.m. Friends may call 260 E. South Temple, Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m. until noon.

Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Leland C. Martin Leland Clarence Martin, 54, 1318 Roberta St. (245 a st) died Wednesday, 2 p.m. of natural causes in a Salt Lake rest home.

Born June 14, 1908. Almond, Wis. to Charles and Mary Beier Martin. Married Jurraine Behnke, June 14, 1932, Stevens Point, Wis. Member, Ever.

green Lodge, Member, Pres byte a Church. Survivors: widow; brothers, Elmer C. Martin, Stevens Point; Fred Martin, Wausau, Wis. Oswell S. Francis Oswell (Ozzie) Samuel Francis, 55, 338 Lucy died during heart surgery Tuesday in a Salt Lake City hospital, Born Feb.

18, 1907, at Morgan to Albion D. and Lillie Knight Francis. Married Chloris Visick, June 20, 1929, in the Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Clerk of the 30th Ward six years. High Priest in the Temple View Stake.

Employe of the Salt Lake City Street Department 37 years. Af time of death was assistant foreman of an auto mechanic shop Survivors: widow; his mother: one daughter and three sons, Mrs. Denmis (Ruth) Earl, Dalt Paul 0., Vern 0.7 all Salt Lake City: seven grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Clair (Ellen) Potter, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Edward L.

(Esther) Cook. Anchorage, Alaska, Funeral services Saturday, 30th Ward chapel, 1068 Jefferson 1 p.m./ Friends may 6 call to 8 260 E. South and Temple, Friday, p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. until noon.

Burial Lake City Cemetery. Johanna R. Horner Mrs. Johanna Regina Horner, 711 E. 1st South, died of natural causes Wednesday, 1:30 a.m., Nov.

in a Salt Lake home. Born. 28, 1874, Amsterdam, Netherlands, to William Nanette Hammer Evers. Married to William Horner in the Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Active member, Ninteenth LDS No known survivors.

Funeral Saturday, 11 a.m., Ninteenth LDS Ward Chapel, 168 W. 4th North. Friends call 2350 E. 13th South Friday, 6-8 p.m., at ward chapel Saturday a half hour prior, to Entombment, set Lawn Mausoleum. J.

Marion Hughes MILFORD- J. Marion Hughes, 65, died Wednesday, 8 a.m., in a Milford hospital after heart attack. Born Feb. 1897, Farmington, to Jonathen and Minnie Christensen Hughes. Married Naomi Stephens Oct.

10, 1919, Logan Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Stake YMMIA president 12 years, Sunday School superintendent. Past president Milford Lions Club; past post district commander, American Legion; city councilman, 1949-1953: veteran World War Milford schoolteacher 36 years, retired 1962. Survivors: widow: daughter. Mrs.

Doris Johnson, Logan; sons, Lt. Col. J. Stanley, Shreveport, Wallace, Redding, Capt. Vernon, Omaha; Capt.

Austin, brother. Irvine, Farmington; sister, Mrs. Mary Rencher, Burley, Idaho; 21. grandchildren. Funeral Saturday afternoon.

Friends Southern Utah Mortuary, Milford. Friday evening, Saturday morning. Burial, ford Cemetery, S.L. Revokes Licenses of 2 Businesses Two business licenses were revoked Wednesday by the Salt Lake City Commission. THE LICENSE of Mrs.

Lena Marks, doing 'business in sell. ing pamphlets at 209 S. West Temple, was revoked on the recommendation of M. J. Butterfield, assistant chief of police, who said she lived on the premises, contrary to city ordinance.

The boarding house license issued to Hub Peterson, operator of Carpenter House, 1310 E. 2nd South, was revoked on the recommendation of Wilbur C. Parkinson, chief sanitation for the City Health Department. County Tags Project Boss City Engineer Roy W. MeLeese was approved Wednesday by the Salt Lake County Commission as project manager for the multimillion-dol.

lar joint city-county Hall of Justice and jail soon to be constructed in the block east of the City and County Building. THE COMMISSION also authorized Roscoe Boden, county surveyor, to represent the county on the project and sign the necessary documents in connection with the construc- Theodore E. Cadwell day, nevertheless had been giving time and talent to local music lovers since his arrival here Sunday night. MR. SENOFSKY, Americanborn artist and winner of the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium Competition Grand Prize, has been teaching master classes at the University of Utah, tutoring private pupils and practicing with the Symphony.

BACK IN SALT Lake City for his second appearance (he played two years ago with Civic Music series), Mr. Senofsky commented that Salt Lake City can be very proud of its musical culture. "Much of this, of course, can be attributed to Maurice 'Abravanel, the symphony conductor," he said. "HE'S DONE wonderful job and is a great asset to Salt Lake City," he said. Born in Philadelphia and reared in New York City, Mr.

Senofsky began a musical career early when at the age of six he won a scholarship to study under Louis Persinger. HE CONTINUED his studies with Teachers in New York City and at the Juilliard School of Music with Ivan Galamian. MR. SENOFSKY will be the featured soloist with the Symphony in a regular Highland High School auditorium series Friday and Saturday at 8:30 Henry Temby Temby, 73, 3305 W. 3650 South, died Tuesday af 4:30 p.m.

af his home of a heart attack. Born Nov. 12, 1889, Ploche, son of James and Rachel Knotts Te by. Married Irene Hughes Feb. 8, 1915 in Provo.

He worked in mining industry in Mammoth and Eureka. Worked at Bremerton a Yards during World I. Worked 37 years for the Utah Oil Co. and was retired at time of death. Member of The Church of Jesus Christ of -day Saints.

Member OCA and Union for 37 years. Survivors: widow, two daughters, Mrs. James R. (Margaret) Bell, Mrs. Franklin M.

(Roydene) Schmidt, both Salt Lake City; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, Funeral services Saturday, 10 a.m. at 36 E. 7th South, where friends may call Friday, 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial, Lake Hills National Memorial Park.

Rowena B. Vasey SANTAQUIN, Rowena Bettess Vasey, 53, Pleasant Grove. died of natural causes Tuesday morning at home. Born May 3, 1909, Santaquin, to Stephen and Ellen Ahlin Bettess. Married to James R.

Vasey, Sept. 8, 1941, Salt Lake City. They were later divorced. Member, Church of Jesus Christ o' Latter-day Saints. Survivors: sons, Stephen James, American Fork; Utah County-Mrs.

Grove; mo.he can- taquin; brothers, sister, William Atlanta, Stephen Santaquin; Mrs. Rurth Riggs, Spanish Fork. Funeral Friday, 1 p.m., SantaquinTintic LDS Stake Center. Friends call family home, 444 Lark Santaquin, Thursday evening and Friday prior to services. Burial, Santaquin City Cemetery.

Accompanying photo taken several years ago. F. Abelhouzen Albert Frederick Abelhouzen, 51, Blytheville, died of natural causes Monday at his home in Blytheville. Born Feb, 18. 1911, Sioux Falls, S.D., to Frederick Charles Leah Evans Abelhouzen, Married and divorced.

Married Helen Cable, 1949. Salt civilian Lake employe City. U.S. attached Government Air Force. Member, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Saints.

Former resident of Salt Lake City. Survivors: widow; son, daughters, Allen J. Abelhouzen, Jean Abelhouzen, Virginia Lou Abelhouzen, all Sedalia, brother, sister, Henry Abelhouzen, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Louise Bueby, San Jose, stepsons, Are Zenger, Richard Zenger, both Salt Lake City; Ted Zenger, Hawaii Funeral, Saturday; noon, 36 7th South. where friends call Saturday prior to services, Burial, Wasatch Lawnt Me: Phillip William Baker Beaver.

Minnie J. Nordin BEAVER-Phillip William Baker, 14, died Wednesday in an American Fork hospital after a long illness. Born April 21, 1948, Beaver, 10 Gordon R. and Estelle Hickman Baker. Survivors, parents; brothers, Robert Patrick, Ronald and Kenneth; sister, Bonnie; grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. Sam Hickman, all Beaver, Funeral services Friday, 2 p.m., Beaver Third Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter of -day Saints. Friends call home Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hickman, Beaver, Friday: affer 10 a.m.

prior to services. Burial, Mountain View Cemetery, PRICE-Mrs. Minnie Jane Nordin, 61, Salt Lake City, former resident of Price, died Tuesday in Lake hospital after short fitness. Born June 7, 1901, Lamar, to W. J.

and Sarah Staunbaugh Grace. ried to Sidney H. Nordin, Sept. 15. 1916, Lamar.

Member, Community Church. Survivors: husband, Salt Lake City sons, daughters, Kenneth, Mrs. Harold (Mildred) Pierce, Mrs. Cloyd (Pat) Larsen, all Salt Lake City; Johnny, Ogden; Mrs. Harry (Edna) Simpson, Bill, Mrs.

Russell (Betty) Ware, all Dragerton, Carbon 19 grandchildren. College Boys Writing Sonnets- Just Like in Spring Data From U.S. Weather Bureau Partly cloudy skies are forecast for Salt Lake City and vicinity and northern Utah Thursday and Friday, with fair skies in the south both days. Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue. TEMPERATURE CHART Data to Wednesday at 5 p.m.

Utah 12-br. 18-hr. 24-hr. High Low Prec. Blanding 61 4 Bryce Canyon 56 Cedar City 66 I Coalville Delta Green River 88 Logan Milford Ogden Provo Roosevelt Salt Lake Airport St.

George Wendover Moab Idaho Boise Burley Idaho Pocatello Falls 60 29 Intermountain States Billings 61 31 Butte Cheyenne 63 Denver Elko Ely Evanston Grand Junction -Las Vegas Rock Springs Sheridan Yellowstone 32 Pacific States Anchorage 12 -25 -39 Tr. Honolulu Angeles 81 Portland 55 .10 San Diego 76 San Francisco Seattle .12 Spokane .08 Midwest Bismarck 36 Detroit Chicago Minneapolis East New York City. Boston 32 Washington, D.C. 59 26 South Albuquerque 69 38 Atlanta 68 Miami 72 55 St. Lodis 55 32 Salt Lake Weather Precipitation for 24-hour period ended Wednesday at 5 p.m., precipitation for February, 15; accumulative deficiency, precipitation since.

Oct. 1, 1962, 2.37, accumulative de- Eva Warren Miss Eva Warren, 72, 274 Westminster. Ave. (1910 South) died of natural causes Tuesday, 7:30 a.m.. in a Salt Lake hospital.

Born In 1890 at Port Dover, Canada, to Clinton and Phoebe Clark Warren. Retired secretary. Survivors: brothers, sister, George. Warren, Price: Charles Warren, Eriv, Ontario, Canada; Walter Warren, Missoula, Sister Mary Brandan; Sisters of the Holy Cross, Salt Lake City, Funeral services and burial in Price. Thomas D.

Curtis OREM Thomas Darwin Curtis, 56; Orem, died Tuesday at noon in local business firm following a heart attack. Born Oct. 23, 1904, Spanish Fork. son of Samuel and Jonena Johnson Curtis. Married Susanah Degraw at Nephi, Jan.

22, 1924. Moved to Orem in 1944 after living in Magna. Retired employe Consolidated Western Steel Co. Member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors: widow, Orem; mother, Spanish Fork; one daughter and three sons, Mrs.

Harley (Shirley) Bradley, Provo; Paul Vancouver, Keith Tacoma, Robert 16 grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Wilburn, Mrs. Edith Hill. both Spanish Fork; Mrs. Albert Phipps, Orem: Mrs. Hazel Clain, Burbank, Glen, San Fernando, Saturday Harvey.

p.m. Payson. Funeral services 1 in Orem First Ward chapel, 4th North and 4th East. Friends may call at the Olpin-Sundberg Mortuary Friday 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services.

Burial Spanish Fork Cemetery. Legal Notices NOTICE The undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, one 1960 Rarnoler serial No. 262749 at 10 o'clock a.m. on Feb. 12, 1963 at 2550 South.

State Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. The undersigned reserves the right to bid. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION 5400 Lomas N.E. Albuquerque.

New Mexico. (A-97) Funerals ABELHOUZEN Funeral services for Albert- F. Abelhouzen will be held Saturday, 12 noon, in the Rose Room, 36 East 7th South. interment in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Deseret Mortuary Saturday prior to services.

Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary. DAHL-Funeral services for Hazel Charlotte Olsen Dahl will be held Friday p.m. in the chapel at the Colonial Mortuary, 2128 So. State, where friends may "call Thursday evening 6 10 8 p.m. and Friday prior to services.

Interment Redwood Memorial Funeral directors, Kay Colonial Mortuary. GUSS Funeral services for Paul Morris Guss will be held Thursday, 11 a.m. in the Rose Room, 36 East 7th South. Interment in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Deseret Mortuary Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m.

and Thursday prior to services. Funeral directors, Mortuary. JENSEN. Funeral services for Paul A. (Bud) Jensen will be held Thursday, 1 p.m.

in the First Baptist Church, 777 S. 13th East. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple, Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. and Thursday from 11:30 a.m.

to 12:30 p.m. Interment Memorial Gardens of the Valley. Funeral Directors, Larkin Mortuary. HANSEN Funeral services for Alfred Hansen of 230 S. 3rd East, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m.

in the Russon Brothers Mortuary Chapel, 255 S. 2nd East. Bishop Nell W. Kooyman of the Forest Dale Ward, conducting. Friends may call at the mortuary, Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m.

and Thursday prior to services. Interment Memorial Gardens of the Valley. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers. HAMILTON-Funera! services for Ginger Krantz Hamilton, will be held Thursday, 12 noon, at -the White Chapel Morutary, 124. South 4th East, where friends may call Wednesday, 6 until 7:30 p.m.

Interment, Wesatch Lawn, Funeral directors. White Chapel Mortuary. KASAI Funeral services for Koichi Kasal will be conducted Wednesday, p.m. the White Chapel Mortuary, 124 South 4th East. where friends may call Wednesday prior to services.

Interment Thursday, 10 a.m. in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, White Mortuary. KIMBALL Funeral services for Hattie (Birdie) K. Kimball will be held Friday at 12 260 noon in the South Larkin TemMortuary chapel, E.

ple. call at the mortuary Thursday, from 6 to p.m. and Friday prior to the services. Interment Mt. Olivet.

Funeral diI rectors, Larkin Mortuary. Theodore Elwin Cadweil, 64, Ammon, Idaho, died of a heart ailment Monday, 8:20 a.m., in Salt Lake hospital. Born June 17, 1898, Hastings, to Paysen and Daisy Austin Cadwell. Married and divorced. Veteran, World' War 1.

No known survivors. Graveside services Thursday, 9 a.m., Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends call 2350 E. 13th South, Thursday prior to services. Maxinine Tomines Maxinine Tomines, 79, Ely, died of natural causes Saturday, 4:10 p.m.

in a Salt Lake hospital. Born May 21, 1894, Aradeveta, Philippine Islands. Veteran, World War No known survivors. Graveside services Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends call 2350 E.

13th South, Thursday, 8-9 a.m. Milton L. Thomas HILL AIR FORCE BASE services for Milton LeRoy Thomas, 39, Clearfield, who was killed Monday in a plane crash near Fruit Heights, Davis County, will be Thursday, 10 a.m., in the Hill AFB Chapel. Friends call Union Mortuary, Lay. ton, prior to services.

Burial will begin Willow, Okla. George E. Taylor 28th OGDEN. George E. night Taylor, in 75, Roy, 540- died Monday a Weber County, hospital.

Born Aug. 28, 1887, Kaysville, to James L. and Elizabeth Wooley Taylor. Married Maude Nish, April 3, 1907, La Grande, Church later of selemnized, Christ Logan Temple, Jesus of Latter -day Saints, Active member, LDS Church: Survivors: widow; sons, daughfers, Ray Leon Mrs. Byron (Marene) Wheeler, Mrs.

Wilford (Beatrice) Heninger, all 0g. den; Mrs. J. A. (Mae) Millyard, Bountiful; Mrs.

Bert (Margaret) Muir, Roy; 13 grandchildren, five great brother, John. Provo. Funeral Friday, 1 p.m.; Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel, where friends call Friday prior to services. Burial, Washington Heights Memorial Park. News of Record MARRIAGE LICENSES Elko, Nev.

Navarre Smith, 29, Hagerman, Idaho; Deloris Smith, 31, Gooding, Idaho. Michael J. Stiles, 41, Ennis, Noia dean Barney, 19, Butte, Mont. Sam E. Duncan, 40, Ogden, Utah; Billie K.

Seward, 32, Ogden. Michael Peter Bessey, 27, Salt Lake; Darlene Christensen, 23, Salt Lake. Legal Notices NOTICE OF HEARINGS UNDER SECTION 156 AND 161 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT UTAH OF THE UNITED STATES In the -e TRUST DEED. CORPORATION, Debtor. In Proceedings for the Reorganization of a Corp ation.

No 48-63 TO ALL CREDITORS AND STOCKHOLDERS AND OTHER PARTIES IN INTEREST NO HEREBY GIVEN that on the 18th day of January, 1963, Guaranty Trust Deed Corporation, the above-named debtor, filed a petition herein, praying that proceedings be had under Chapter of the Act of Congress relating to bankruptcy, and that on the 18th day of January, 1963, an order was entered by the said Court approving such petition and appointing William G. Fowler, Trustee of sald debtor, NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the 4th day of 1963, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., Room 250, Federal Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, has been fixed as the time and place for the hearing pursuant to Section 161 of said Act and a ing to consider. obiections to the retention office of William G. Fowler, as Trustee, upon the ground that he is not qualified. or not disInterested as provided in Sertion 156.

of said Act. NOTICE IN FURTHER GIVEN, that the said hearings may be adlourned, from time to time, withrut notice to said debtor, creditors. stockholders or other parties in interest, other than the announcement of the adjourned date or dates at the hearings. BY ORDER OF THE COURT DATED this 1st day of February, 1963, at Salt Lake City Utah. (s) WILLIAM FOWLER, Trustee.

1101 Newhouse Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. (8-64) MORTON Funeral services for Robert. Orson Morton of 509 Colorado St. will he beld Friday, 12 noon, in the 29th Ward Chapel, corner 10th West, 3rd North. Friends may call at Russon Brothers' Mortuary, 255: South 2nd East, Thursday, 6 to p.m.

and Friday from 9 to 11 a.m. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers. PETERSON- services for 2.91; sunrise Thursday, sunset, The Salt Lake Tribune, Thursday, February 7, 1963 B13 Salt Lake City and vicinity Partly cloudy and continued warm Thursday and Friday. High both days near 60.

Low Thursday 30. Utah Partly cloudy in the north and fair in the south Thursday and Friday. Continued warm. Highs both days 58 to. 68.

Lows Thursday 26 10 Southeastern Idaho Partly, cloudy Thursday and Friday. Continued -arm. Highs both days. 54 to 64. Low Thursday 25 to 35.

Eastern Nevada- Partly cloudy and continued warm Thursday and Friday. Highs both days 58 to 68. Low Thursday 24 to 34. Wyoming -Partly cloudy in the north. Generally fair in the south Thursday and Friday.

Not much change in temperature, Locally gusty winds. Highs Thursday 55. to 65 at lower elevations. Summary High pressure centered in eastern Utah and western- Colorado continues over most of the interior west. A weather.

front. is approaching in Oregon and Washington, causing high cloudiness in Nevada, Idaho, Montana and northern Wyoming. Elsewhere In the region skies have been mostly clear. Winds have been light and variable. Early afternoon temperatures over the whole region have been mostly in the 50s and 60s.

-Five-Day Forecast Thursday through Monday Utah, eastern Nevada Temperatures continuing much above normal but with cooling trend. Showers likely in the southern sections near the weekend, and in the northern sections in the beginning of the week. Southern Idaho Temperatures, continuing. much above normal but with cooling trend. Showers in northern tains at midweek and in valleys at bei ginning of the week.

(53 SEATTLE 30 HIGH Maine I N.D. Mont: 125 POCATELLO 55; S.D Conn ROCK SPRINGS NEW ELKOO SALT 53 Wyo. YORKI 58 DENVER Neb. Del. FRANCISCO Ohio: I CEDAR 10 CITY STATIC! 80 LOS ANGELES (20 S.C Ariz.

N.M. LEGEND CLOUDY PARTLY FAIR CLOUDY RAIN SNOW SHOWERS SCATTERED NEW ORLEANS WARM FRONT SNOW FLURRIES MIAMI COLD FRONT: WIND -SPEED (MPH) OF PRESSURE AREAS STATIC 170 HIGH TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR CITIES SHOWN The weather forecast map for Thursday in- of the Intermountain Area, with a few show. dicates partly cloudy skies for most parts ers in southwestern Idaho, Wyoming: fair. Juliette C. Sherman Mrs.

Juliette Minchey Colby Sherman. 91, 812-7th East, died of natUr al causes Wednesday, 2:20 a.m., in 8 Salt Lake rest home. Born Sept. 28, 1871, Santaquin, Utah County, to Pleasant and Emmaline DeGraw Minchey. Married Abraham Thomas Colby, May 1, 1888, Emery.

He died Feb. -3, 1919. Married to Lyman Royal She man, 1928, Huntingten, Emery County. He died Jan. 6, 1952.

Member, First Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors: son, Franklin Earl Colby, Salt Lake City; stepchildren, Glain Sherman, Albey Sherman, Mrs. Bertha Collard, all Huntington; Mrs. Zelma Brady, Mrs. Ida Miller, both Salt Lake City; Mrs.

Viola Clayton, Cyprus, Mrs. Venna Austin, Siguard, Sevier ty; Mrs. Belva Minchey, Ogden; 16 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral Saturday, p.m., Huntington Second LDS Ward Chapel, Huntington. Friends call 2128 S.

State Friday, 6-8- p.m., at ward chapel in Huntington Saturday one hour prior to services. Burial, Huntington Cemetery. Andrew C. Jensen CHESTER, Sanpete County Andrew Christian Jensen, 76, died of natural causes Tuesday, p.m.. in a Sanpete County hospital.

Born April 1886, Aasted a d. Denmark, to Hans C. and "Anna K. M. Christensen Jensen.

Married Marie Jesperson. Aug. 1907, Chester, later solemnized, Manti Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints. She died March 19, 1959, Farmer, Active member, LDS Church. Former secretary, Chester Irrigation Co.

Survivors: adopted sons. William Jensen, Chester; Glenn H. Jensen, San Francisco; foster son, foster daughters, Ada Peterson, Arla Peterson, both Chester; Don Peterson. Murray; five grandchildren; brothers, sisters, Olson, Mrs. Annie Erickson, Mrs.

Mina Mrs. -Nora Sudweeks. J. C.r all Salt Lake City; Mrs. Sena Christensen, Mrs.

Mira Hackwell, Ephraim; J. Chester. Funeral Saturday, p.m., Chester family LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call at home in Chester Friday, 7-9 p.m., Saturday prior to services. Burial, Chester Cemetery.

Arthur F. McGill Arthur Francis McGill, 65, Ely, died of pneumonia Monday, a.m., in a Salt Lake hospital. Born Dec. 23, 1897, San Francisco, to Marcus P. and Minnie co*ckran McGill.

Married and divorced. Veteran World War I. Member, Cathofic Church. No known survivors. Requiem Mass Thursday, 10 a.m., Cathderal of the Madelenie, 331 E.

South Tmeple. Friends call 2350 13th South, Thursday, a.m. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Isabelle H. Pitt Funeral services for Mrs.

Isabelle Hanson Pitt, 81, 732-10th East, who died Tuesday in Salt Lake hospital after: a lingering illness, will be Friday noon, Emigration Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 7th South, 10th East. Friends call 2350 E. 13th South, Thursday p.m., ward chapel Friday prior to services. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Jusaburo Fujiki OGDEN-Jusaburo Fuilki, 78, Rupert, Idaho, died Monday in Rupert after a long iliness.

Born Nov. 18, 1884, f*ckoka, Japan. Married Kikuyo 1915, Japan. She died in 1921, Married Shigeya Nishamura. She died in 1949.

Retired farm. er. Former employe, Ideal Cement Devils. Slide. Member, Japanese Christian Church.

Former Ogden resident, Survivors: sons, daughGeorge, Clearfield; Theodore, Rupert: Kenneth, Seattle, Mrs. Keith (Masako) Nishimoto, Madera, Sumiko Fuliki, Salt Lake City: nine grandchildren. Funeral Friday, 7:30 p.m., Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel, Ogden, where friends call Friday prior to services. Memorial service Saturday, 10 a.m., Japanese Christian Church, Ogden. Burial, Ogden City Alma A.

Fernelius UINTAH, Weber County Mrs. Alma M. Johansen Anderson Fernelius, 84, died Tuesday morning of heart ailment. Born July 11, 1878, Oppegard, Norway, to Johan Olaus and Olea Mathea Olsen, Married to Andrew Anderson, Dec. 16, 1908.

Salt Lake City. He died Jan. 31, 1924. Married to Adolph G. Fernelius, 1948.

He died Dec. 12, 1955. Active member, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors: sons, Uintah, daughters, Alma M. Anderson, Waldo J.

Anderson, Blackfoot, Idaho; Mrs. John C. (Mollie) Alberts, Mrs. Stephen J. (Mary) Hock, both Ogden; stepsons.

stepdaughter, Norman Anderson, A. Leslie Anderson, both Uintah; Mrs. Dee D. (Jenny) Harris, Layton; 36 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren, 12 greatFuneral Friday, a.m., Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel, Ogden, where friends call Thursday, 10 9 Friday prior to services. Burial, Uintah Ceme tery.

Myrtle Larsen WELLSVILLE, Cache County--Mrs. Myrtle Larsen, 80, died Wednesday afternoon at the home of a daughter in Hyrum after an illness of several ville months, Born May 26, 1882, Wells-: to Jeremiah and Josephine Wyatt Kington. Married to Neils Larsen, Logan Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints, April 21, 1909. Survivors: husband, son, Leland. Wellsville: daughter, Mrs.

Ray "(Ivene) Olsen, Hyrum; 11 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren. Funeral services Friday, 2 p.m., Wellsville LDS Tabernacle, Friends call Thompson Funeral Home, Hyrum, Thursday 7-9 p.m. cod at home of son, Leland Larsen. wellsville, Friday to time of serva ices. Burial, Wellsville Cemetery.

Funerals Arnold M. Peterson will be held Saturday, 12 noon, in the Sandy Fourth and Fifth Ward LDS Chapel, 500 S. 700 East, Sandy. Friends may call at the Goff Mortuary, 8090. S.

State, Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., and urday prior to services. Burial, Sandy City Cemetery. Goff Mortuary, funeral directors. PITT-Funeral services for belle H. Pitt will be held Friday at 12 noon at the Emigration Ward Chapel, 7th South and 10th East.

Friends may call at the Mackay Sunset Lawn Mortuary, 2350 East 1300 South, Thursday 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and at the Emigration Ward Chapel, Friday 11 a.m, to 12 noon. Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery. RANDLE-Funeral services for Arnold (Ace) Randle will be held Friday at 12, noon in the Grant 5th Ward Chapel, 3153 So. 9th East.

Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple. Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday from. 10 to 11 a.m.

Funeral directors, Lerkin Mortuary, SABEY-Funeral services for Ida Fox Sabey will be held Saturday at p.m. in the Goff Mortuary Chapel, 8090 South State. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burlal, Lehi City Cemetery.

Goff Mortuary, funeral directors. TEMBY Funeral services for Henry Temby will be held Saturday a.m. in the Rose Room, 36 East 7th South. Friends may call at Deseret Mortuary Friday, 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services In terment, Lake Hills National Me morial Park.

Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary. THOMAS Funeral services for M.Sgt. Milton LeRoy Thomas of Clearfield will be held Thursday, 10 in the Hill Air Force Base Chapel. Interment will follow in WilOklahoma. Friends may call Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m.

at 1095 No. Main, Layton: Funeral directors, Holbrook Union Memorial Chapel, WETZEL-Funeral services, will. for Edmund Morgan Wetzel be held Thursday, 12 noon in the Larkin Mortuary. Chapel, 260 E. South Temple.

Friends. may call at the mortuary Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. and Thursday, prior to services. Interment Salt Lake. City Cemetery.

Funeral Directors, Larkin Mortuary. Burial Vaults INSIST ON Johnson Bros. Vaults "For Everlasting Protection" Sold through all leading Funeral Directors. Florists DON'T OMIT SYMPATHY SEND FLOWERS Call an ALLIED FLORIST to be sure of top quality and service at seasonable prices. (See yellow page listings.) ALLIED FLORISTS OF UTAH ZCMI FLOWER SHOP All types of funeral designs Use charge account.

Free deliv. ery. EM 3-1575, Ext. 375. 1-Special Notices FOR SALE West Jordan water stock.

Call DA 8-471. 2-Auction Sales AUCTIONEERS, Vern Hough, C. Arlo Larsen, are booking spring sales. AX 5-9184 or write, P.O. Box 13, North Salt Lake.

3-Lost and Found LOST--Silvery gray dog. Part Malemute and shepherd, mos. old.EL 9-2389 or HV 4-3701. LOST -Medium brown wallet, southeast area. IN 6-4789.

Papers needed. FOUND--Black co*cker, male, 45th S. 23rd E. Lic. 1135 (1959).

CR 7-5363. LOST -Black fema Airport. EM 4-6438. ANILENE LOOKED ALL OVER TOWN ALSO SHE GOT THEM RS. SHE SO FOR LOW HEELS TO WEAR ON HER GOT A VERY SPECIAL HAIRDO WITH HER SHORT BOY FRIEND FOR THE SOIREE, TOO DATE They'll GLAMOUR Do Itla Belle MAYBE Every SHOES THEY'LL LOW HAVE HEELS GEM SHOES THE IN HERE, Time! MAMA! BOUNCY SHOES By Jimmy Hatlo TIP 10 OF ThanK HAT 24, LAURELVALE King Features By World rights reserved.

STUDIO CALF. 1-Special 1-Special Notices A Classified Advertisers PLEASE PHONE Your Sunday Want-Ad. TODAY A FASTER WANT-AD SERVICE Your ad-taker can serve you better earlier in the week, on the less busy days. A DIAL EM3-1525 AN EXPERIENCED AD. TAKER WILL HELP YOU WORD YOUR AD JUST SAY, "CHARGE IT" 3-Lost and Found 4-Personals LOST -Feb.

6th, brown French poodie, Salt Lake license 00071. Ans. to Ginger. Has name tag attached. Just has tonsilectomy, needs medical allention ty Nipko.

Call EM 4- 5440 or EM 4-6438, Ext. 37. LOST -Ladies Gruen precision watch with black band and. surrounded with diamonds. Reward.

CR 8-8426 after 6 p.m. or DA 2-5861, Mrs. Allen, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. LOST--Buff, female lost vic.

30th So. and Adams St. Answers to "Ming." Reward. CR 8-2034 and IN 6-8656. DARK glasses, slight correction, gold, feather edged in sml.

vellow rhinestones. Lost Fri. night, vic. 9th South and State. Rew.

IN 6-2445. LOST -Black and tan German shepherd. Ans. 10 Vic. of 1st W.

and 4th No. Rwd. EL 9-5126. LOST- Fawn colored male boxer. Sugar House area.

Ans. to "Mac." Phone HU 5-3194. LOST Around Christmas, lady's ring. Large, green jade setting. Reward.

466-9562. LOST Black co*cker male, lust clipped, collar. Davis Co. license: Vic. 29th 3rd E.

466-4069. Help. co*cker Poo, EM 3-6417 4-Personals TOO FAR IN DEBT TO GET AL LOAN? We will consolidate your bills without. security, cosigners reNothing to sign. for infor.

gardless of credit Eating, or amount. mation. COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL NO CONSULTATION FEE 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 2520 So. State, Room 222, S.L.C. HU 6-7101 OFFICE IN ROY, UTAH 825-4623 Western Financial Counselors Open 9 a.m.

to 5.p.m. IN DEBT? If you are in debt beyond your ability to pay, see Pacific Empire Credit, Inc. They can help you if you sincerely want to get out of debt. One place to pay all your bills Pacific Empire Credit, Inc. 510 WALKER BANK BLDG.

Ph. 322-2563 GET THE money now- Based on your good credit, we will advance the amount of your income tax refund.1 Just pay a small interest payment monthly until your government check arrives CAPE TRUST, DA 2-5032. CANYON ACREAGE Big Cottonwood acreage. Want to develop, $600 needed. Will give interest in property.

2944 Hartford HU 4-4544, Inland Inc. DOLLARS FOR PENNIES: Wantedquantities of Lincoln cents, before 1940, and Indian cents. Will pay $100 up, for 1909-svdb pennies. Call AX 5- 4737, or write: Terry's Coins, 515 E. 550 South, Bountiful, Utah.

Spanish, German, French International Language School EM 3-1771 Call. anytime SPECIAL lanolin permanent, wave including hair. cut, SALON OF SWITZERLAND 1027 East 21st South 486-8031 WANTED- Nurses. Substitute mothers and cleaning women. Send work history and reference to Box C-23, care of this paper.

WHY, continue to suffer with headaches. Have helped, many, why not you? Dr. Leo A. Loeb, D.C. 1010 Tribune Bldg.

EL 5-2472. WANTED Old U.S. and Foreign. Coins- -stamps, cartridges, war SOUvenirs. BEEHIVE, 368 E.

3rd So. $100.00 for certain Indian head pennies. 1931. pennies, Ph, CR. 8-2113.

4-Personals Slow Readers--Poor Readers Boston Reading Center Free Consultation. EL 5-6269 CASH FOR USED NO. 10. FOOD CANS, 1c UP to 2c each. Call AM 6- 7298.

6225 Redwood Rd. ACCORDION, guitar. Pvt. lessons. $12 Instr.

turn. DA 2-0449. 5-Massage and Bath BUSINESSMEN Anytime by ap- 44 pointment. Massage Steam Room, E. 8th South.

EL 9-8181, 328-4572. WORLD MASSAGE PARLOR 359-3276 LANE Massage Salon, 101 Atlas Bldg. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. EL 5-4572. ANN'S Massage.

376-8746. 63 N. Main, Kaysville. 6-Travel, Bus Lines AUTO DRIVE-AWAYS ATLANTIC-PACIFIC AND LEASING cO. FINEST INSURED SERVICE SELECTED BONDED DRIVERS 24-HOUR SERVICE EVERY DAY 363-3723 Deliver to and from any city.

830 S. State DRIVERS needed to drive cars and from all adioining states, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and all west coast cities. and from Michigan, New York, Illinois, Nebraska. Iowa and Kansas to Salt Lake City, This is not employment Deposit and references necessary 2089 W. North Temple, or phone DA 8-1081.

WANT someone go to Minn. EM 3-0087. A IN DEBT? Bills Past Due? Get Out of Debt CONSOLIDATE Your Bills WITHOUT BORROWING LET US HELP YOU PAY YOUR WAY OUT OF DEBT NO FINANCE CHARGES SAVE YOUR CREDIT NO SECURITY NO CO-SIGNERS NOTHING TO SIGN A CONFIDENTIAL NO CONSULTATION FEE IF YOU NEED HELP GETTING OUT OF DEBT PHONE NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT Diversified Adjustment Bureau Number 10 South on Main Street Phones 322-0585 or 322-0003 Saturday and Evening Appointments GET AHEAD OF YOUR DEBTS Without Borrowing If creditors are troubling you, let US pay your BILLS. No Security No Cosigners CONFIDENTIAL AVERAGE EXAMPLE You Owe You Pay 500 $6 per Wk. $1:500 $18 per Wk.

$2,500 $24 per Wk. BRING your US NOW FREE CONSULTATION. Credit Counselors 136 S. Main (1026 Kearns Bldg.) PH. EL 5-3477 OGDEN OFFICE 214.

First Security Bank Bldg. PH. EX 4-3022 Utah's Oldest Bonded Financial Counselors MODEL OPPORTUNITIES Call now, DA 8-1332 PRIVATE DETECTIVES. Divorce cases investigated. Prive radio equipped cars, infrared, still, and moving pictures.

EL 5-4666. side of pork, 39c cut, SIDE OF BEEF, gov. inspected, wrapped. Frozen free. FARRER'S MARKET HU 4-6521, HU 4-7411.

RUMMAGE sale today. Tools, sports goods, crystal, canned goods, misc. 356 Utopia Ave. (off So.) 466-2942. CRAIG'S BELVEDERE SALON Complete beauty serv.

119 Social Hall Ave. EM 4-1900, ext. 20. CONTACT lenses Free trial. EL 5.

6269. Boston Bldg. Vision Clinic. ACCORDION lessons your home. Instr.

furn. SE area. EM 4-6275. PET CEMETERY, Pickup Service. HU 4-3070 MUSIC lessons.

piano, guitar, trumpet, clarinet. CY 8-7201, 298-8511. LEAKY WATER FAUCETS Repaired, $1.25, EL 9-4790 -steip Wanted- -Women EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for the right girl, 30 to 40, wanting -permanent employment with a' responsible company. General knowledge of credit control and accounts receivable. Shorthand and typing no necessary.

Salary commensurate with ability. Good working condition, Call for interview. Silver Steel Co. DA 2-1311 Stenographer Experienced, who has some knowledge of bookkeeping and general office work. We sell the new Austin-Healey, MG sports cars and the new MG sedan.

Also the Volvo line of sedans and coupes. Good wages. A thrilling place to work. Age. 20 to 36: Ask for Mr.

Johnson or Mr. Petty. Sports Car Centre 601 S. Main DA 8-8527 MACHINE BOOKKEEPER Exper. in the following lines Payroll, 10-key adding machine, Sensimatic bookkeeping typing most necessary; shorthand preferred but not required.

Age 27- 40, married. 'Excellent wages. Call for appt. DA 2-1687, ask for Mr. Combs.

WAITRESS EXPERIENCED of legal local canyon ski resort restaurant, to live in. Full time, year 'round work, fringe benefits, Refs. EL 9-6980. MOTEL. MAID To live in at local canyon ski resort.

Full time yr. 'round work. Ref. Apply in person, Mt. Malestic Lodge, Brighton, bet.

12-5 p.m. Fred Astaire Dance Studio needs teachers over 20 yrs. of age, Intelligent and well-groomed. Call DA 8-3110. MATURE young woman to live in, help with housework and 3 small children.

In-town loc. Priv. rm. and bath. Salary, plus board and rm.

Refs. 4-3483. TELEPHONE girl to make appointment for home demonstrations for fruit vegetable juicer. 363-0212 or EM Chapeon 779 So. East.

TEACHER for day nursery, on lower. aves. 7:45 to 11:15 a.m., Mon. to Fri. Preschool or kindergarten ex perience desirable.

Call Mrs. Leach, EL 5-7094, EL 9:7417. MATURE, dependable woman to tend 2 small children and do it. housekeeping. Must have own transp.

Vic. 27th So. and 7th East. Ph. 486-1536.

WANTED EXPECTANT MOTHER TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK. ROOM, BOARD. SMALL WAGE. EL 5-7444. EXCELLENT opport.

for middle age woman, day shift, to manage takeout dept. of Demman's Cafe. DA 2- 1131. EXPERIENCED auto-casualty and? or fire clerk, full or part time. Excel.

salary: and benefits. EL 5- 4676, EL. 5-4727. WOMAN or girl, live in. board, small wage.

Pvt. rm. Access to car. 915 E. 5th South.

355-8738 bet. 3-6 p.m. KITCHEN help. Exper, night shift, hours 2-10 p.m., 5-day week. Call DA 2-1131 LADY who would like to exchange work for part payment of beauty course.

Call 486-0101 SUBSTITUTE mother, care of 4 children for working mother in our home. 466-5911. LICENSED a cosmetology instructor for northern Utah beauty school. Write Box D-4, care of this paper, EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR Salary and comm. New home appliance program.

HU 6-7569. SELL Ex Call full EM or 3- part time. comm. 7626 for details. EXPER, phone solicitor from your home, for water softeners.

Huge pay, Write Box. C-42, care this paper. WAITRESS Apply new Salt Lake City Airport. MATURE woman for baby sitting, mY home. AX 5-6751.

COOKS AND WAITRESSES, enced. 3515 So. Redwood Rd..

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