SOS Temporary Services, 1415 S. Main, will not make any profit or charge a fee associated with normal rates charged for services in connection with finding temporary employees to replace those who have been activated for Persian Gulf service.

Richard D. Reinhold, president, said, "We are making this offer because this is a time for the nation to make sacrifices and to pull together, and we are proud to do our part in supporting Intermountain Area companies impacted by the situation in the Middle East."He said SOS will attempt to offer temporary help to replace those activated with the military. The company will charge the usual payrolling service rate, which is the wages paid to the employee, cost of payroll taxes and bookkeeping cost of issuing the check.