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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1P49 Directors for Provo Hospital Champ Warns Elected at Public Meeting jus Facing I Economy Jolt Tribune Itawd Hire hospital superintendent showed PROVO March mem tnat the hospital treated 3398 pa worn Wteri tr trP nfitientLn 1918 compared with 3096 bers were elected to the board of Tribune Leased in 1917 Average occupancy was LOGAN March appears NO POLITICIANS Citizens Status Lets Call It Take Mojave jGiyen gack Nevada Chamber Pleads To ExConvict FTi xr 11 i LJ JLj wvjr Ml Ailc y UL t directors of the Utah Valley hos70 patients in 1018 made possible the b reslaUinlr the i Commerce campaign on behalf of mtal ftt a nnhlir Wprinochv nsinp fnr rwHrnnms J AIVIII wit tvn Tribune gptcui I rialized by resolution to adopt the BOULDER CITY Nev March I name The Boulder City Chamber of Nevada Legislature Tables C Sales Tax After Debate pital at a public meeting Wednes by using hallways for bedrooms day evening in the First ward MrZengor said chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints and plans were discussed for a major addition to the hospital Annual reports of the various divisions of the institutions were also given which showed a net loss for 1918 or Charged against the expenses for the year however was an item of for depreciation Showed Net Loss the name for the bv CHEYENNE Wyo March 2 E Eagleston 58 onetime Wyoming con Jack Higgins of Vict now living in Anchorage t j was introduced Tribune CARSON CITY Nov March 2 of the Nevada lejjisla sipners asked Mayor Georpe R Phillips to seek reelec tion but the answer was no Ogden Youth 18 Fined postwar j economy has just about spent it self Frederick P Champ presi dent of the Cache Valley Banking Co and director to the U S Cham her of Commerce told the Logan ijCLeCIS Kiwanis club Wednesday at its 7 I weekly luncheo in the Bluebird Uleain f llUlllStS US AC Fraternity Whether this observation CLEARFIKLD Davis County proves to be true will depend in March 13yearold Ogden part on the velocity with which youth Wednesday pleaded guilty people decide to use their cash henon charges of assault and that is the rapidity with which h ii battery and exhibiting a deadly they turn over their demand de dnectors were the lollowmg Mrsj weapon i posits and convert their cash rei be given new lake before somebody in high office names it for an obscure politician Honurs Indian Tribe Lake Mojave was chosen bv haired man said to be the tallest legislators opposed to the nieas of the university of Utah man in Alaska has been granted i ue succeeded in tabling it alter department of a full pardon from a history spoke meeting of Hill In 1947 the hospital showed a net loss of S R Boswell Mrs Wyman Berg Jacob Coleman Walter A Cnine Frank J Earl L J Eldred E D Identified as Frank Wayne sources Hampson 168027th St he was fined and put on probation Predicts Leveling Off TT fy rr tr Tr tr T Mltu ull LMUUlLLlUU S w m if TH months by Jens K Nelson1 But whatever may take place n T xl An Clearfield justice of the peace in this connection during the fore w OIT Hampson was charged with part of 1949 it is prudent to antic Mart striking Mrs Van J Jeppesen on ipate that our economy has come Madsen Vineyard and the head twice with a revolver j close to growing up to our war f Spencer Henry W Taylor Pleasant when sne resisted his efforts totime inflated money supply and I E Brockbank president of the enter the Jeppesen homc 13 clear that we are at least in for an ex board of directors announced that plans must move forward at once on a S600000 addition to the hos ail 1 government aid able may be withdrawn Archii tects sketches should be finished by May and construction should begin in July he declared Drive for Funds An intensive drive for funds field Villa Wednesday about tended leveling off period if not am for a continued decline in business ffoisc of the struggle awakened volume and prices he continued her 8yearold daughter who along said there was un with a 6yearold son came to the questionably soft spots in the econ aid of their mother The youth fled omy with unemployment increas1 and the mother called the tele imJ phone operator who relayed a plea Hits Truman Budget for help to officers Witness the presidents budget At the time Mrs Jcppesens and declarations Mr Champ said Tribune Irnmd LOGAN March 2 Three Utah Slate coeds have been selected by Utah State Agricul tural college chapter of Delta Phi returned missionary fra ternity as finalists for the title Dream Girl of Delta Phi Ross Covington Rexburg Ida re ported Tuesday Final balloting1 will be con ducted at the fraternitys annual Dream Girl formal ball to be held March 11 L D S institute ballroom 9 pm The winning candidate will be crowned 1949 Dream Girl and the other two will be attendants The three finalists chosen from a field of eight candidates are Marilyn Olsen Franklin Ida Gayla Fuhriman Provi dence and Thelda Larsen Logan line Eagleston was tried and eon victed in 1919 and given a 25year chamber as a proper name sentence as a result of a poker to honor a small tribe of Indians game murder in the old Sand Bar who once occupied the valley district ot Casper in 1918 which will soon become the floor He was reeased from Prison r econd hTollrs of confusion and up Wednesday at gree murder charge for which he j roar n can be brought before a basc Officers Wives club served a sentence at the state committee by a majority vote of On pioneer history prison in Rawlins Wyo members of the lower chamber Boost Debate Entries i history Meat Supply Still Holds body of water The ife anew n 1930 having served annual Weber of the new move was wholeheartedly i ported by officials of j county Ariz which will border and went to Anchorage to begin OCDEX March 2Kniiies from Cyprus Murray Logan am North Summit high schools Wednesday swelled tlic total number of stu dents who will engage in the 13th LARAMIE Wyo March 2 The 1049 falixyarils will not have mmh effect on meat supplies for this year bill beef and lamb sup plies may be less in 19rJO as a re Wednes supI high on the Arizona side of the lake Old timers in Boulder City re called the futile fight they put up in the mid1930s against the name Lake Mead for their Boulder 11 years of his sentence The re Mohave mainder was commuted for good anfl behavior He went into business and rose lake Ignore Local Sentiment Ignoring local sentiment to a position of prominence and I srhool debate meet Friday Saturday to approximately Petition Fails Mavor Xear End of Session j BOISE Ida March Tiaho legislature Wednesday raced tributors The remainder of the cost will be raised by a j as a fireman i that inflation is in fact the meat Clearfield night marshal Tom j and drink of those in government must begin at once to raise the was on duty at Hill air We can be equally certain that all O T 1 HP needed from local con force base where ll0 is employed such actions are inflationary and OlX T 1 WO tributors The remainder of thPiasa freman i that inflation is in fact the meat J TT Auto Theft Suspects Held grant from the federal government Guffpv arrested Hampson as he who think in terms of expanding a grant from common1 was way from the Clear government grant from common was way rom the Clear government and government con wealth f lind and from the f lclcl Vllla housing project The trols available in the building fund he i on the running Strangely enough we find that said The original hospital was built as a 54bcd unit The proposed ex pansion would raise the capacity to 115 beds Plans are to extend a in front of the present build ing and make the main entrance irom the south Mr Brockbank eaid A report by John H Zenger board of the car The Wyoming board of char ities and reforms studied his peti tion which contained signatures the from prominent citizens of An department of the interior named chorage San Francisco and other the lake behind Hoover dam in j west coast cities The board rec honor of its director at the time j ommended he should have his Dr Elwood Mead Althugh the j rights restored Gov A G Crane Nevada press and local residents signed the full pardon long refused to recognize the name its use by mapmakers air lines and railroads eventually but Engineers to DailCC reluctantly won them over Assemblyman Higgins resolu tion was referred to the federal relations committee where prompt action on the measure xvas urged by the Boulder City chamber earned the respect of his neighi POCATELLO Ida March bors He now runs the Alaska I Petitioners who claimed 1000 Salvage Co The only thing Eagleston wanted was his citizenship returned School Celebrates 18th LOGAN March State Agricultural branch of j Company Cites Tooele Aid those who advocate controls pre sumably to curb inflation fre j quently at the same time advocate I measures which are the basic in Tribune Leased Wire OGDEN March fluences in producing the inflation liminary hearing Wednesday afterj forwhich they prescribe controls Mr Champ stated he felt there I two of eight men cnarged j was a day of reckoning ahead United States Commis I unless we can introduce a note i sioner John A Sneddon on federal j of economy in government and Red Cross Bid Addition Contracts Let for School cited the work of Gov J Bracken Lee Tribune Sprrini TOOELE March 2 Employes of Wells Cargo Co Tooele put i in nearly 100 manhours in aiding Cellar Cavein GRANITE PARK March T Contracts for the proposed six state and county forces in remov 1 room addition to Lincoln school i fr01 choked highways i iMCHivrclll this region during February i according to a report released1 RIGBY Ma March 2 Glen J jLund 31 Rigby died late Tues day afternoon in an Idaho Falls Wednesday by the company warrants alleging receiving and concealing stolen automobiles were Tribune Special BOUNTIFUL March county drive for a quota of S5957 for the Red Cross fund was held for grand jury action or trial i launched Tuesday by Reed R in federal district court j Holbrook county chairman and Meantime on motion of O K community workers in each town Clay assistant U S district ati AssistingMr Holbrook are torney Salt Lake City similar i Eugene Field Centerville central a tall stack of bills in an effort to beat the deadline for ad journment at midnight Thursday I Wants Street Resurfaced OGDEN March Engi necr C R Kimball Wednesday in lstructed the Ute Rock Mining Co of Salt Lake City to make plans PROVO March of to replace a surfacing job on part Farrer junior high of Provo cele of Monroe blvd which has become brated the 18th birthday of due to crumbling school Wednesday to a theme of The pavement was built by the I Buttons and Bows firm last fall I The student body observed the i theme en masse as boys appeared uliaru sets Open IlOUSe in huge bow ties and girls with LOGAN March 2 National giant bows m their hair uard 204th field artillerv battal An assembly gven by the alum ion will hold open house April 6 i armory in observance Col Joe E White commander Wednesdav il college student ni a niovie and an evening dance at the the Institute of Radio uere features of the celebration Of army day were announced Wednesday by Granite district officials Remodel ing of the school 501 E 3900 South is expected to start imme diately According to Supt David Gour tractors in the operation one of j potato cellar cavein at Grant ley general construction will be I which was equipped with a northwest of Rigby on the Wil handled by G Maurice Romney bladp 5 ft high and 13 ft i burn Lee ranch Co which bid plumbing jionff to cope with 16ft drifts I Ho and a brother Harold Lund Plamts and heating by H G Blumenthal Tnis snow mover weighed approx his associate in mining enter Co Provo bid 519375 and eleci imitcly 22 tons complaints against six other de fendants were dismissed Bail Set For Two Davis county Edward Field Bountiful south Davis and Haven Barlow Layton north Davis Also cooperating are banks of company had three large j hospital of injuries suffered in a i Jarro11 Canyon rd Og tractors in the operation one of j potato cellar cavein nr Pronf en and otto WaIJron 33825th trical work by A N Sisam Salt Lake City bid Company employes in addition Defendants against whom com were dismissed include associate in mining enter Seleneite 30 Bountiful prises were clearing the floor of jale Starks 28 Clearfield Vic Held under bail posted by ine county which included litera local bondsmen were Donald Hall ture about the Red Cross with monthly statements dairies which deliver pamphlets with milk and churches in whose Sunday sen ices a plea for the Red Cross was included the potato cellar with a tor Jones 31 Salt Lake City Les PROVO inits February totaled 55702i accord MTdraieYndVooele ing to a report issued Tuesday by Earl Condor city engineer In January the building permits total O 11 on rmrv tr iJTlO I B VVMIIC m rcuiuttiy uie i valuation of the permits was 025 Mr Conder said i i ii 11 tl 31117 T j to opening roads so that livestock j plow Jefferson county sheriffs Olson 34 Salt Lake City j could be fed isolated ranchers deputies said cellar roof supports j Franlc Bcrglund 29 Ogden an reached and school buses operate gave way and the structure caved Harry 31 Salt Lak recom ingIon ernment wit St and Ella Lund He attended j nesses by Mr Clay in the U Idaho State college one year playi attorneys in the federa ing football after atteding Upper buiding in Ogden Snake River valley schools for a Permits DrOB i aKO nelPpci clpar tracks of Tooele in Reportedly no one else was i City n Valley railroad I injured The dismissals were O March per The company is engaged in haulj He was born Feb 1 1918 at I mencled following a morni in Provo January and i jng lime and sand to smelters at Black Pine Ida a son of Aldin i interviewing of governme uarv totaled S57025 accord AT T i TT n aiiDi in In 50Ft Fall Can You NAME ME 1 CONTEST ADMIRAL TELEVISION SETS AWARDED Not o Soft Ice Cream Not a Frosted Malt Not o Custard SOMETHING NEW Intry blanks and New Treat at AL HARRIS MILK DEPOTS 211 So and 33rd So ani Highland Drive Trlhunp T POCATELLO nwd Wire Ida March A fall from a 50ft scaffold killed Clifford Cotterell 39 953 W time ne was a state police high way patrolman During World I Carroll was arrested in Vicks War II he was an army air force Miss charged with trans captain Surviving are his widow Mrs Lucille Lund two sons Bradford portation of an auto from Buttc Mont to the Mississippi city According to investigating of and Craig Lund all of Rigby j ficers the car a 1949 model al his mother Mrs Ella Lund Pocaj legedly was taken from the Bar tello and six brothers and sisters clav Motor Co showroom floor Harold Lund Rigby Lee Lund Waiving extradition hearing Lander st late Tuesday at the Pocatello Mrs Ella Guild Evan Carroll was returned to Utah anc Union Pacific Railroad tie plant ston wvoMrs Winona Armj immediately rearrested with the 1 mi weHof here strong Robin Mrs June Rounds I others on a warrant charging re mi west of neie Lewisville and Mrs Dorothy ceivingand concealing stolen auto Bannock coroner Arthur W Seedall Idaho Falls I mobiles in violation of the national Hall who investigated said Mr funeral services for Mr Lund I motor vehicle theft Over act Cotterell was cutting rivets on Friday at 1 creosote tank when he evidently stepped on a loose board lost his i Latterday Saints with Jess Call I balance and tumbled to theiThird wanj bishop officiating ground Mr Hall said he is conThe bodV will be at Eckersell mor tinuing the investigation Mr i tuary until service time Inter CHltirell sustained severe head iment wil1 be in the Grant ceme and body injuries the coroner i tcrJ PTA to At Film Besides working for the rail road the victim was part owner of the Benson hotel He was a gradu ate of Southern Branch of Uni versity of Idaho now Idaho State college and Southrrn Idaho Coli Tribune Special lege of Education at Albion I SAHARA VILLAGE Davis Mr Cotterell was born Xov fi County March Village I 1909 at American Falls a son of ParentTeacher Assn members Clyde and Mattie Alice Easlev Monday will see and discuss the i Cotterell He attended American motion picture Human Growth Falls schools before going to cola film on sex education lege He later lived 10 years at i Airs Edward M Allen PT A I Arbon where he farmed and president here said the film is taught school Eight years ago he being shown throughout Davis i came to Poratello and had lived county to determine parents reacj hero since He married Lorett Anj tion to it and its value in public i dorson school curricula Surviving are the widow and ASO at the meeting Virginia our sons Clyde James Donald Merrill county elementary school and Jack Cottrrell Pocatello his supervisor will explain present mother Mrs Mattie Cotterell Arjpans on proposed Sahara Vil lerson American Falls and six lage construction prograrii brothers and sisters Frank CotAt the Monday meeting a nomi tereil Midwest City Okla David nating committee will be chosen Cotterell Pocatello Mrs Ramona to name candidates for 1949 offices Burke Berkeley Cal Mrs NatI of the Sahara Village PT A lie McMurrin Salt Lake City Irs Mario Ross Washington D and Mrs Bettie Landers An derson Ranch Dam Ida Hall mortuary will announce uneral services BURNS Foot pains often fiy owoy if by mogic wden you CUSOtOS in yoorshool TSeir comforting brought blissful relief lo nSouionda of tired etching feet They help to hold the heel in place and lo distribute hSe body weight more evenly Feather There Are Miles of Pure Comfort in CROSS SHOES Glove Soft Black Kid Suzanne 1095 Shoes lasted with infinite care to support the feet in strategic locations gen tle but firm arch support proper weight balance adequately cut across toe and instep minute de tailing make them an un paralleled shoe value Intricately designed toe Perforated vamp treat ment Strapped instep cutout vamp ADVERTISEtrENT 2 drops In nostrils re duce conses lon check sneezes sniffles Get PENETRQ CHiST Rub on muscle aches and pains Clean white PENETROSRU Rental Library Trihnno irclaj ENTERPRISE Washington County March a ren tal library here so Enterprise resi dents will not have to depend on outoftown libraries is being stud ied by a committee of Enterprise Literary club members At present books arc brought here from the Washington county1 I library and distributed in the com munity with a centrally located home serving as a place to ex change books j 550 and V See Mr E Jacobsen Cuboid Fitting Specialist SHOESTHIRD FLOOR Foundation 109S 5HOESAUERBACH5 THIRD FLOOR Mail order filled Include 35c postage and The Perfect Spring Touch Is in our beautifully detailed Wear Them as Blouses tool Delicately detailed blousettes lavish ly frosted with lace trims inserts tiny tucks and perky bows theyre practical pretties because they live a double life blousettes or fluffy blouses Small medium and large 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