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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                SCHOOL NEWS AND VIEWS Horace Mann Talking Shop9 Editor Martha Rodriguez Associate Editors Gary Carlston Mary ISaucom The Horace Mann boys are mak ing wonderful progress in shop Industrial arts is taught by Claude JU Fairbanks The reason for taking shop is i to improve the body and mind The industrial arts field covers a great many subjects Among those chosen for school art are the following j Model making in the four ways I cf transportation These have been dreams of many a boy From j pirate ships all the way down he Jine raft canoe galley galleon Merrimac and Monitor submarine j airplane carriers modern liners j etc i The electricity class makes small motors models and electric tops and reads meters installs bells and buzzers and makes flashlights The first and second week in elec tricity they study the funda mentals of electricity This terms work is based on hobbies The bovs may work with any of the Plastic jewelry leather i woodwork stone grinding and ceramics Gary Carlston Grade Pupils Explore Alaska Editor Gary Price Associate Editor Gave Eichbauer The fifth grade children under the direction of Miss Treva M Fonts are exploring Alaska At present her desk is groaning under an array of tongue dcpressers and spools Their would never giiess They are about to be full fledged totem poles The science room greatly re sembles an aquarium The boys and girls have a live fish family in which they take great pride Thev also have decorated the room with colorful studies of more and more fish Gay Valentine The third graders have trans formed a corner of their room On a sand table they have created a jungle and desert scene It is complete with lions tigers and other animals Separating the desert is a pool of goldfish One particular inhabitant has been christened Popeye Frogs and turtles are expected very soon Finish Metal Wood Creations Alex Pahl left puts the finishing touch to a sugar scoop he made THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE ThursflayMarch3JfM Planning Vital For Roads Session Told Good roads dont just theyre planned W L Anderson Wednesday told those attending the final session or the threeday Highway Engineering confcrcnce at the University of Utah And if Utah wants to replace the 80 of her roads that am obsolete she must chart the way first said Mr Anderson assist ant chief engineer Utah state en gineering commission i Planning Commission I Ho urged Utah to adopt the method is proposed by a bill now in the Utah house of representatives The bill would set j Uip a plunning commission to stir ivty city county and state road problems and direct any action i taken to solve them But the key to the outstanding sticccss of theplin in California is mot in this panel of road experts I but in a legislative committee aided by truck groups automo jbilo clubs and civic bodies which direct the panel Mr Anderson I said Arouses Interest With a group like that you t lean arouse interest and inspire i confidence of the public You gctj jyour roads and theyre fitted into a master plan I He listed 10 successive steps in formation of the plan I I 1 Survey all state county and icity roads Determine purpose for which they were built and present function 2 List all deficiencies 3 Decide exactly what will be needed to remedy deficiencies j 4 Set up an overall maintc nance schedule 5 Decide what new roads are I needed to open up new areas or OF UlxAiUKl to better serve existing ones Traffic Controls 6 List traffic controls and safe ty devices needed 7 Eliminate duplicate and little used roads 8 Reclassify and determine jur isdiction of state county and 9 Study population and indus CITY NEWS ROUNDUP Stork Works Overtime Bests Januar Mark Despite Februarys comparative in Hotel Utah Installation will brevity the board of healths bu take place July 1 reati of vital statistics recorded considerably more births the month than during 31day Jan uary Some 492 215 born during the month 52 more than in the previ ous month However the number was 12 less than in February 1918 The number of deaths recorded last month showed a decrease also Some 145 persons died in the city A delegation of 22 SaH Lake Ro 12 to 16 at New York The group in Hudes R K Bradford club presi bovs and ien L Evans Dr Les lie J Paul and Sam B Kellogg vice presidents and Wayne W Huish secretary Class Bids Public All adult groups interested in a childrens recreation Wednesday Larson bureau drector Thieves Loot Caps Gasoline tank caps on all auto county recreation department Sessions are held daily at and pm at Red Feather bldg 112 S State and will continue through Friday mobiles in two downtown parking lots were stolen sometime Tuesday night or early Wednesday police Smilin Shirley Anne Harper and Fred IHngrec com pare medals they won in West high school patriotic speech contests llig JJL W1J j were informed Thethefts occurred 1176 S Main Cancels Meet Salt Lake City will be minus one convention this year and the Salt Lake City Chamber of Com merce ehalks it up to the weather Breaking a long established custom the Utah Farm Bureau federation has called off its 31st annual convention farm bureau officials announced Wednesday The convention originally sched uled for January was postponed because farm roads In many areas of the state were blocked with snow and even state high ways were hazardous for travel Jaycees Wait Chief Paul D Bagwell Lansing Mich president of the United States Jun Dean Lauds Olpin Dr A Ray Olpin president of and growth of the university Dr Henry Eyring dean of the gradu ate school and professor of chem istry said Wednesday Speaking before Sons of Utah Pioneers meeting in Hotel Utah Dr Eyring described growth of scientific research at the univer i sitv Main To Augment Water System Plans and specifications for in stalling a water main on ior Chamber of Commerce will Fourth ave from U st to Canyon make an official visit to the Salt j rd arc expected to be competed Lake City Javcees March 15 j within the next two George A Jenkins executive secI Commissioner D A Affleck said retarv announced Mr i Winners in the annual Arthur G Bloom D AR and ters and Sons of the American for the S A R Page Stew Revolution oratorical contests at J art Karl Hardy and Perry W m LU IJIrtJK IH1IT A Making play out of work is what ontp the we do in Miss Evelyn Ncffs arith finals conducted before judges from the patriotic SllUlaV ScrVICCS from match box bottoms They hitorniiss building You must u OUUUrt used the tops of the match boxes what ymi lo make wheels Next doing and can show results M lain ordinary green sprouts come j wnRons tp from match box bottoms They Tim Newman Some sort of plan like this is Wednesday imperative to prevent the waste uirues are expecteu vuiy nuuu which will complete this very un metic class at the Lafayette school ovhihif She has a big chart with all it On the black Gaye Eichbauer ONEQTJA Mexican Students Take To Studying Weaving the wagons Then they pulled it t the ends The wagons cleverly made Linda Player Mr Andorson said Editor Glanvllle Assoe Editor Nancy Hasselfelu In connection with our study of Mexico the pupils of Mrs Benita R Langs class have taken up weaving v Peggy Nelson brought a little Mexican doll It has longbraids to its waist and has the typical Mexican clothes on and all of the bright colors too Patricia Turner LAFAYETTE Kindergarten Starts Gardening Early Editor Tim Newman Associate Editor Barbara Morgan To look at our kindergarten rooms you would think spring is certainly here or approaching at Oral English Class Studies Dialects Associate Editor lonn Kobprts In our oral reading English class have been reading the play The Bov Will The boys and is a names on it Each pupil is called upon individually to say his times i tables We have two chances to say them If we get them right the first chance we get a star by our name on the chart It is fun Editor Kuth Anne Sharp to watch the stars come out Louise Leonard JACKSON ELEMENTARY Sixth Grade Studies About Early Life Editor Cherie Dyer Associate Editor Louise Emery The sixth grades are studying about the first life on the earth The very first life WRS a germ After thousands of amoebe was formed shape When it eats it flows around the particle of food When it wants to get rid of waste it j flows from it After many more thousands of Campus Patrol At U of U Dons Symbols The University of Utahs fin Vigilantes campus pa donned new red sweaters decorated with a Ute In 70S Glendale St won first place in the S a dinner meeting the cityS water Snow Stay distribution system We will advertise for bids im Snow is disappearing in the val after plans have been ley but deer like the Man Who approved said Com Came to Dinner are reluctant to misioner Affleck leave R L Turpin director Utah Water officials said pipe for the I state fish and game wgs purchased last fall j said Wednesday Some deer may Thc contract will call for laying of I oca Council No have acquired a taste for choice I th lm thcy added Membeis ot Local eountu u snnlbbery but most arejaking The inc designed to improve vantage mass Sunday am at the northwest section of the ne Harper daughter i shrubbeVy buF most are taking adi Mrs Shirley Harper i 602 Knights of Columbua u 11 atj vantage Uie fact that the valley the distributkm system of water won first place j tend mass Sunday am at grecns up before the foothills into the jake business area CAR contest Topping lhe cathedral of the Madeleine for j do said Mr Turpin SAR finals wastlio intentions of Cardinal Josef Rotary Sets Ballot JFred Pingree 554 G st i Salt Lake Rotary club will ley reservoir and eventually ac Miss Harpers subject was grmounced Wednesday I elea officers April 5 at pm I commodate Deer water America Faces Her Destiny t What Would They Advise was title of Mr Pingrecs oration Awards were presented winners by Yen W F Bulklpy chaplain general of the natioal S A R and Mrs E A Hall state DAR resent Judees were Mrs Anne F Rut ledge Mrs P H Cushman and dialect but the 1ist fw days shows i the organ a marked improvement and accomj ization includes a student commis plishment In another class a sioner of control and has jurisdic tion over activities which draw large crowds to the campus sn original play Joyce Young With a hint of spring in the air I PTill years the Jackson students become poetic It has no Heres a jingle years a more highly developed j animal came to life It was the iti nptiiuniiiing UL anma came o e least They have plants growing j sponge There are many kinds of 1 goldfish swimming in little crystal i sponges including one that looks pools and spring pictures every Vhere In one room the children planted birdseed in a inoist sponge Some of the children must have antici pated little birds growing from Each day the snow is melting And running away in streams And all around the edges The grass is turning green Then comes The grass is Paintod by a busy little man unseen Paul Seal Tittle Vittles of Onerations Little ui Vi its here to transform even straight stringy locks L ha Ths the right side of the Wednesday by sweater has superimposed founder Lt Gail S Halvorsen a goblet This sponge is called Neptunes Goblet Lavon Hicks Since we bave made pioneers from clay Marion Oritz fit to 9269 Studying the birdseed because thev were gether a committee to maKe cov OUR NEW LOCATION AT v 676 East 21st ISNT QUITE READY So in the meantime ALL NEW MERCHANDISE at TREMENDOUS GIGANTIC TRADEINS ON ALL 1949 MERCHANDISE 893 PHILCO REFRIGERATOR Builtin home freezer adjustable shelves humidity control and 19 other extremely desirable features USE OUR LAVA WAY PLAN Me nuisl have our slock olearpi quickly 835 South State St Phone 59574 it in red letters C of C which Utahs Uncle Wipgly Wings signifies its function as a commis He spoUc before the inter I sinn of control meeting of the Salt Lakft branch The present commissioner of Childhood Educa nis Affeldt Salt Lake City was lion in the University of Utah selected by the Associated Stu Union bldg dents second vice president and he I German children began calling in turn selected the men for hishim Unrle Wiggly V ings when campus police force j be used that method of ulentifica They are Grant Dean Phil W tion to draw their attention be Moon Dewey Brodbeck Arch fore bombing a town with Richard Robertson Harry James isweetstuffs ho said It all started Todd George Littke Thomas iwith two sticks of gum I gave to Knf Kenneth Millnrd Dean Sum a couple of children on an Gil Iker and Gordon D in Germany he explained He Simpson Salt Lake City and Earl noticed the joy on their faros and A census of ana Robert candy for population at the University of Utah revealed Wednesday that 9269 students are enrolled in classes and 10453 have taken courses since the 19I81919 aca demic year began in September Jooftpii A Norton registrar said the figures Are subject to review More Preelection BaUyhoo Seen for U Student Ballot More ballyhoo may feature stu cos are sounding the field for a dent elections this year at the mteiy winner I ImAGiNEi EVEN HAIR UKE THIS NOT A LACQUER Not waveset either Hair soft and naturally lustrous Never makes hair stiff or sticky NOT A PERMANENT Its especially good for the new short hair styles because you can cut oti the end curls as fast as they grow far pennies In fact theres nothing like SPRAYAWAVE This new protein discovery is chemically like hair That 5 why SprayaWave gives hair more gives you deep lustrous curls that brush into a glam orous natural wave and last fxoni shampoo to shampoo University of Utah The total of all students now studying flt the university includes jiark Vvilcox Cannon Salt Lake daytime and evening residence City Associated Students prM classes Some 30 ndultc were ntjdent said Wednesday a loosening tractod to winter quarter evening Of ruies now governing election classes bringing the total enrolli eeririg is expected Two weeks of ment to 78 Courses added for ballyhoo for candidates will preface winter term attracted 194 new stuj voting Awil 15 dents while an estimated 250 adults continued in classes carried over from the previous quarter The accumulative 9316 students who re ported for the autumn session and i those who began university work I winter quarter Never Brush False Teeth Bridges Bmshinj can nan your dentorfeORA lcnns artificial safelycprickly bariishcs risk of dontura mnkcs month feel do comfortable bccnuso is spnrkhng clean Just place dcntnre and Mi teaspoon ORA IP glnas of water for 15 mitv Btcs or jonve overnight No brush ing needed ORA is uure conUins no telltale flavoring ORA will not cnk in tlio jar Less than ponny day A oui lit i today irciliut ul MrKisiini t llililiins iiKMovK1 rsiiirni IOMACCO STAIVS ABAMKK NOT TO HARM VOI1I1 DKvn UK In previous years ballyhoo reg ulations restricted the number and size of posters and the use of public address systems among other things Expense Maximum Set To enforce the rules the admin istration reserved the right to set a maximum on expenses for a j candidates campaign The ruling was msdo to prevent the eectiun from being a matter of which group had the most money j It is hoped Mr Cannon said the barriers to making the elecj tioneering period a more active event on the campus will be modi fied somewhat for the forthcoming elections Already embryo campus politi Racking in The incumbent president was backed in IPIS by the Independent council while the other members of the executive council were sup ported by national fraternities In previous years the election has boiled doxvn to a contest be tween the affiliated and the independent factions The biggest event to come be fore active crmprigring s the independent convention which meets to choose the candidates j that faction will support Various other groups now are gathering1 support for tickets they will back in the contest I Yonr new short hair style calls for this new tvavins method For now you only the ends of your them off as fast as thcy prow out Yon want and need a Jresh new wan ertrj week SPRAYAWAVE fiivcs it 10 for pennies dollars lo minutes no hours Heres All You Do 1 Put up your hair with pins or curl ers as you choose 2 Spray on SPRAYAWAVE lightly from its flexible sprayer bottle 3 When hair dries simply brush out the springy naturallylovely curls end arrange in a deep soft natural wave that lasts from shampoo to shampoo TRANSFORMED INTOgSOFT IONGLAST1NG CURLS JN MINUTES PROVES WONDERFUL FOR Pure Koinol Soar milii ami nfrcsliiiir specially Soothing oily Kosinol Ointment medicated to relieve itchy burning of mi First of doc tors wonderful stainless relieve itihinc and uid healinK of Hashes Kizumu Isoriasis Kinfworm and similar sur face skin and scalp irritations Zsmo is backed by amazing record of success First trial of Zemo cotuinces NO STRAY ENDS OR STRAGGLY NECKLINE CURLS SPRAYAWAVE KEEPS MY PERMANENT FRESH AND NEW LOOKING xSives 25 to waves of vi tat SPRAYAWAVE TRANSFORMS MY HAIR INTO SOFT NATURAL CURLS FOR A NICKELI SPRAYAWAVE SAVES TEENAGERS TIME MO PUniNG I EVCRY N1GHTI j THINK OF IT 1 CAM USE SPRAYAWA BETWEEN DAYTIME AND DATE TIME EVEN WHEN I WORK tATE SPRAYAWAVE   

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