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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                6 A THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Sunday February 20 1949 CONSIDER COST Provoans Plan to Enlarge Valley Hospital Buildings Tribune Leased Wire PROVO Feb on plans for the immediate enlarge ment of Utah Valley hospital and methods of financing the cost will be held at a public meeting Wednesday March 2 at pm In the First ward chapel John H Zenger hospital superintendent jjaid Saturday Construction of the new addi tion is expected to begin in July and plans for the building will be discussed at the meeting by I E Brockbank president of the board of directors O H King vice pres ident of the hospital board will ex plain the proposed plan of financ ing Another item of business taken Up at the meeting will be the election of 15 members of the board of directors Their three year terms of office have expired and it will be up to the public to elect 15 new directors Mr Zenger said Every person living in the hospital area is invited and urged to attend and vote The 15 directors whose terms of office expire are Mrs S R Bos well Mrs Wyman Berg Jacob Coleman George Fitzroy Frank J Earl Henry Greenhalgh Ed F Irwin J W Gillman Joseph W NOTICE To the policyholders of Illinois Bankers life Association on November 19 1929 Pursuant to Supplemental Decree entered on November 21 1947 and Order entered on January 25 1949 in the Circuit Court of Cook County Illinois in the case of Winger et al v Chicago City Bank and Trust Com pany et al notice is hereby given to all persons who were policyholders of Illinois Bankers Life Association on November 19 1929 and whose policies are no longer in force that they are entitled to receive one share fully paid and non assess able of the capital stock of Illinois Bankers Life Assurance Company for each 150000 face amount or fraction thereof ol insurance in force on No vember 19 1929 in Illinois Bankers Life Association as shown by the books of either of said companies All such persons desiring to cliim such chares must file with the undersigned proof of claim in writing on forms pro curable from the undersigned on re quest All such persons who fail to file such claims on or before June i 1949 will be forever barred from filing such claim or claims CHARLES O RUNDALL TRUSTEE Leek Box 247 Monmouth Illinol or 135 South La Salla Street Chicago 3 Illinois rant O Harvey King Spencer VTadsen H B Makin S W Rus ell Charles E Rowan Jr and W Thornton Lehi Residents Hail New Band Uniforms Tribune Special LFHI Feb residents Saturday were seeing a new sight hat will soon become a familiar art of their communitys the colorful high school band miforms Audience in the wellfilled high school auditorium Friday saw the first formal showing of the uni forms costing more than Al pine school district made the first contribution toward the purchase and the Band Mothers club acted as coordinating agency for raising the additional amount The uniforms were tailored in purple and white with gold trim Pullman Wholesale Tailors Inc Salt Lake City During the concert march num aers were directed by Frank W Shaw and R K Smith drum ma jor Between selections a check was presented to the tailors by Mrs Elden A Harding president of the Band Mothers club and talks were given by leaders of civic groups that cooperated in the project The uniforms were accepted on behalf of the high school by Lloyd B Adamson principal Sheepman Cut Off Six Weeks By Storms Found in Coma John H Andrews Jr Ogden loan company official dies AHVERTISEJIENT Loan Official 27 Ogden Dies in Home Women Can Help Men Suffering From Backache It your menfolk or your family feel tired rundown or suffer from Back ache Getting Up Nights Bladder Weakness Burning Passages Leg Pains Circles Under Eyes Nervous ness or Rheumatic Pains due to non organic and nonsystemic Kidney and Bladder troubles try CYSTEX This great medicine a doctors for mula has helped thousands of sufferers for over 20 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Postage ART NEEDLEWORKSECOND FLOOR Tribune LenMd Wire OGDEN Feb John Howard Andrews Jr 27 1157SOth st first vice president of Federal Building and Loan Assn died Saturday morning at his home of a heart ailment Mr Andrews was born in Ogden March 10 1921 a son of John H and Rhoda Dye Andrews He was a graduate of Ogden high school and of the University of Utah business administration school in 1943 He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity Scabbard and Blade military fraternity and the Epis copal Church of the Good Shep herd In World War II Mr Andrews entered the army as a private in May 1943 and was graduated from officer candidate school in Decem ber 1943 with a commission in the field artillery He received his wings as a liaison pilot in the spring of 1944 and was assigned to duty in Italy He was in Germany at close of the war Since returning from service he j had been associated in the loan association with his father presi dent of the company He was a member of Ogden junior chamber of commerce Weber club Ogden Golf and Country club Reserve Officers Assn Weber lodge No 6 F and A M Utah consistory of the Scottish rite and the Na tional Sojourners He married Marjorie Jellison in Salt Lake City June 30 1947 Surviving are his widow his parents Ogden a grandmother Mrs Mary Dye Salt Lake City and two sisters Virginia Andrews Ogden and Mrs Ruth A Feeney Boston Mass Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lindquist and Sons mortuary Utahns Injured At Kimberly Tribune Leased Wire TWIN FALLS Ida Feb Ivan H John Metcalf about 23 Layton Utah was reported in serious condition in a Twin Falls hospital Saturday night following an accident near Kimberly The youths mother Mrs Pearl Metcalf about 55 suffered minor injuries Attending physicians said the youth suffered severe head injuries and concussions Sheriff Jesse E Carlton re ported the car driven by the in jured man was traveling behind an oil truck one and onehalf miles east of Kimberly when the truck slowed its speed for a one way traffic section in the highway The other driver applied his brakes on the ice and crashed sideways into the rear of the truck The vehicle was reported almost demolished Other passengers in the machine who escaped serious injury in cluded Mr Metcalf s wife Gloria Mr and Mrs Walter G Sommer and their infant son all of Layton Utah and 3yearold Stanna June Piehowski whom they were tak ing to her home in Wendell Mrs Pearl Metcalf also is a former resident of Wendell Driver of the oil truck was Joseph M Brasier Twin Falls who also escaped injury Held for Las Vegas Tribune Special LAS VEGAS Nev Feb Men who identified themselves as H Dale Mauchley 29 Logan Utah and Ray Dawson 25 Salt Lake City were held Saturday by Oakland Cal police for Las Vegas authorities after they were ar rested in the California city in company of a 16yearold Las Vegas girl Det Lt B J Han dlon said he has asked the FBI to investigate Tribune Special PAROWAN Iron County Feb in a coma from illness and starvation at his isolated sheep camp Joseph B Adams was res cued and brought to Iron county hospital Cedar City early Sat urday The 68yearold Parowan sheep man had been cut off by deep snow for six weeks and had been without food for five days He had given up hope of being found alive and had written a will and messages to friends and relatives Hospital attendants said he wasi in fair condition but would be con fined to the hospital for some time Unconscious in Wagon When found Friday by a five man rescue party who had broken through to the camp with a tractor he was unconscious in his bed in his sheep wagon and in the bed with him was a leg of venison on which he had gnawed to save his life From his bed in the hospital he told in a weak voice of the worst blizzards he had ever seen and of his sufferings as he lay ill in 35 degree below zero weather He managed at times to reach the door of the wagon to get snow which he melted for drinking water by burning boards from the wagon Towed to Rescue parties had tried to reach him since Tuesday When they arrived Friday afternoon with a tractor Mr Adams was too ill to be moved from his bed so the wagon was towed by the tractor 28 miles to Parowan He was brought by automobile to Cedar City by Ray H Adams Parowan city marshal and mem ber of the rescue crew Garth Stubbs Parowan wa guide for the expedition Claude Harris Parowan Roy Curt and John Cannon St George operated he equipment Royce K Knight Cedar City pilot directed the party to the camp from his plane Native of Italy ExSmelter Worker Dies Tribune Special TOOELE Feb Italasano 82 died Saturday at am in a Tooele hospital of causes incident to age He was a retired smelter worker Born in Mongiuffi Italy Oct 17 1866 he came to the United States in 1903 and had been a resident of Tooele for the past 45 years His wife Johanna Dagostino Itala sano died in 1929 Surviving are three sons Yan nie Italasano Tooele Leo Itala sano Salt Lake City and Alfio Italasano Italy a daughter An getta Italasano Italy six grand children and two greatgrandchil dren Holy rosary will be recited Mon day at 8 pm at the home of Yan nie Italasano 56 N 3rd st and requiem mass will be celebrated Tuesday at am in St Marguerites Catholic church Burial will be in Tooele city ceme tery To Head Waterworks Tribune Special MANTI Feb Gai Jensen announces that Clarence Hall has been named superinten dent of waterworks for Manti city He succeeds Alvin Sudweelcs Mr Hall is also serving the city a sexton Olpin to Address US AC Group On Science Hole Tribune JcftMd Wire LOGAN Feb A Ray Olpin president of the Univer sity of Utah will address a graduate science seminar meet ing at Utah State Agricultural college Thursday at pm in the Commons lounge Dr D Wynne Thome acting dean of the U S A C graduate school an nounced Saturday Dr Olpin will discuss Inter esting Science for the Public The University of Utah presi dent has a national reputation in carrying the finding of sci ence to the public For several years he was head of the re search foundation at Ohio State university American Fork Hospital Near Tribune Special AMERICAN FORK Feb Receipt of a check for from a bonding company by American Fork city Saturday brought closer erection of a new hospital here Plans for the 30bed hospital have been approved by the state and are awaiting final approval by the federal govern ment Cost will be divided among the city state and national gov ernments A fund for purchase of sheets and pillow cases will be raised by Federated clubs of American Fork Cornish Envoy Feted Tribune Special CORNISH Cache County Feb Mae Naegle daughtei of Mr and Mrs Manuel Naegle was honored Saturday night at the Corriish chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Ogden Catholic Church Slates Golden Anniversary Rites Tribune Leaned Wire OGDEN Feb P F Kennedy pastor of St Josephs Catholic church announced Satur day that the church golden anni versary this year will be marked by a heavy schedule of religious and social activities Highlight of the social calendar will be a threeday jubilee carni val opening March 17 in the parish hall Outstanding religious event in observance of laying the church cornerstone 50 years ago will be a nineday mission in the fall by two well known missionaries from Los Angeles of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate A solemn high mass will be sung in St Josephs church March 27 featuring three former Ogden ites who are now priests in the Salt Lake diocese They are Revs Edward Bowling Francis Kelle her and James Kenny Most Rev prior to her departure on a Mex ican L D S mission Miss Naegle was a former student of Brigham Young university and Utah State Agricultural college ADVERTISEMENT lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic and Arthritis Pain If you Buffer from rheumatic aribritig or neuritis pain try this simple inexpensive borne recipe that thousands are using Get n package of RuEx Compound a twoweek supply today Mir it with a quart of water add tne juice of 4 lemons Its 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