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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1945, Salt Lake City, Utah gall Sunday May 27 1015 15 Discharged Marines May Get New Papers Fifteen marines who receiver1 discharges under honorable con ditions since March 1 from west ern marine procurement division will be eligible for honorable dis charges under a new policy an nounced Saturday by Capt H N Hale officer in charge Salt Lake marine corps office Limited duty marines not fit for combat because of over age physical defects or disabilities ac quired since entering the service upon their own application have heen discharged since March 1 under honorable conditions Be fore that time they received hon orable discharges These men may now trade in their old discharge certificates for honorable discharges said Capt Hale Further information may be obtained from marine recruit ing station 230 federal building In addition to men who already have received discharges under these conditions from western pro Utalms Death Under Probe BUTTE Mont May 26 Police and county authorities Sat urday were investigating mysteri ous circumstances surrounding the death here early Saturday of Mrs Beth Hayes McAulay 35 a for mer Salt Lake City school teacher despite an autopsy report that the woman died of natural causes Mrs McAulay was found dead in her room here Her body was bruised The room had been ran sacked clothing scattered and lup page thrown about Her pocket book was found turned inside out the contents dropped to the floor Mrs McAulay said to be the wife Pvt Wallace McAulay stationed at Camp Roberts Cal had been in Butte for about a week Mrs McAulay who lived at 1414 Sherman ave was a sister of Grant E Hayes automobile deal er and Zar E Hayes attorney of Salt Lake City Henry D Hayes Richfield Sevier county and L M Hayes Los Angeles Mrs R T Monson and Mrs Leo Pettcy of Salt Lake City and Mrs Ray Carr Richfield Zar Hayes said his sister had been a substitute teacher in Salt Lake elementary schools for the past two years and left for Butte about three weeks ago to seek employment Born in Richfield she was a daughter of the late Henry N and Emma Rutherlesberger Hayes and came to Salt Lake City about 15 years ago Funeral services will be con ducted Thursday at Richfield Salt Lake Matron Dies at 93 Lyda A Francis Beach 91 601 12th East died Friday at her resi dence of causes incident to age She was born Aug 17 1851 in Ontario county New York a daughter of Erekiel and Abbe Cornell Francis Survivors include a sister Mrs Henry J Warren San Diego Cal a brother Earl Francis Topeka Kan and two grand children Funeral services will be con ducted Monday at 4 p m in Salt Lake memorial mausoleum 1001 llth avc Friends may call at 260 E South Temple Sunday from 4 to 8 p in and Monday Irom 10 a m to p m Crema tion will follow the services Ordered Suspended A suspension order was issued Saturday to George Tahtaras manager of New Button cafe 127 S Main by Dallas H Young hearing commissioner office of price administration for alleged violations of rationing regulations Respondents Harriet I Tahtaras Helen Tahtaras Mary Barratt and George Tahtaras doing busi ness as New Sutton cafe will be prohibited from acquiring any ra tioned food until default of 21987 blue points 18411 red points and currency for 1182 pounds of sugar is paid Celebrate E Award Employes of Christensen Ma Chine Co were guests of the com pany Saturday night at a dinner dance celebrating winning of their fourth armynavy E award for excellence in war production The 160 guests were feted at the Hotel Utah and praised by C L Chris tensen managing partner for two years of continued production ef fort symbolized by the award Wins Sentence Slay Rula K Broadbent convicted of intimidation of a government witness in conspiracy to practice polygamy trials received a stay of sentence Saturday until Thurs dav at 10 a m To Address Round Table Dr C Lowell Lees head of de partment of speech University of Utah will address Salt Lake Round Table at luncheon in Hotel Utah Tuesday at p m He will be introduced by Leland M Cummings Scouts Rewarded Seals of achievement were re ceived by 123 Boy Scout patrols Saturday afternoon at the closing ceremony of a twoday camporee held at Liberty park by the Salt Lake scout council curement division about 50 men on duty who are eligible for dis charge will be affected by the new policy Soldiers Body Taken East body of Charles Davoren Jr 26 who was killed instantly Thursday night when a jeep in which he was rid ing overturned at the Dugway proving grounds Saturday was taken to Massachusetts for fune ral services und burial The jcop in which Sgt Davoren and three sailors were returning from work overturned when the vehicle struck a hump in the road Injured in the accident were F William J Gay S Glen W Swing and MM John R Reck ord Surviving are his widow Lois Jean Davoren Salt Lake City a former W A C stationed at Dug way and a fourmonthold son Charles Davoren III and his par ents of Wilford Mass G M Stoughton Funeral Held Paying tribute to Gaylen M Stoughtons love of nature and the skill he achieved as a structur al engineer Rev George J Weber pastor First Congregational church spoke at funeral services Saturday at 1 p m at 574 E 1st South Mr Stoughton 1219 Gilmer dr was general manager of Struc tural Steel and Forge Co and a prominent structural engineer in the intermountain west He died Tuesday in the University of Michigan hospital Ann Arbor Mich from complications follow ing an operation Burial was in Mt Olivet ceme tery Freed S L Couple Arrive for Visit Prisoners of the Japanese for three years Mr and Mrs Herman W Burton and their three children arrived in Salt Lake City Satur day to visit Mrs Burtons father H K Burton superintendent of Salt Lake City water works Here last in 1939 the Burtons were held in Santo Tomas prison camp in the Philippines Mr Bur ton was an executive of Baltic mines DEATHS David Hamilton Smith David Hamilton Smith 72 1043 Euclid ave illed Saturday at a m at his residence after a lingering Illness Born June 9 1S72 in Knox count y Tenn he had been an LDS church member since 1909 He married Julia V Weaver Sept 7 1803 She survives Besides his widow ho Is survived bv three nons Walter A John ROM rind W Wallace Hmllh two diuighlcni Mm Clnrp WooLftliiyer nnd Mrs Ruth RoHwell nil of Salt Lake City 14 grandchildren and seven greatgrand Mr finillh children Marimla Walker Rixon Mrs Marlnda Walker Rixon 3320 S Slate died Friday at 2 p m In a Salt Lake hospital after a lingering 111 IIUSH Born March 20 1866 in Yorkshire England she came to the United States 4r years ago and had resided In Salt Lake City 23 years Mrs Rixon was an active L D S church member She and her husband Thomas George Rixon owned and operated a tailoring slion at 33rd South nnd State Her husband Is the only survivor Funeral services will be conducted Mon day at 1 n m in Miller LDS ward chapel 45 E 33rd South by N H Han sen bishop Friends may call at 2128 S State Monday from 10 m to P m and at the ward chapel 10 minutes prior to service Burial will be In Salt Lake City ceme tery Mary Emily F K Pye Mrs Mary Emily Francis Kelly Pye 77 23 S West Temple died Saturday at a m In a Salt Lake hospital of causes Incident to age Born Sept 1867 In Allahabad India Mrs Pye had lived In Calcutta India lint London England and came to the United States 55 years ago residing in Salt Lake City since She was the widow of Caleb Enoch Pvc Mrs Pye was a statistician at the LDS church historians office 25 years and was E member of 14th LDS ward active in all ward functions Survivors include a son John P Kelly Salt Lake City three stepdaughters Mrs Edgar Barrett Chotcau Monl Mrs Grand vlllc Bradford Falrflcld Mont nnd Mrs Louis McArthur Log Angeles n sinter Alice Franels England nnd 2 grandchil dren and five grimtgrnndchll Iron Alan Ray Nielsen Aliin 3monthold son Ray Nlclnon of Anlhnn Kay and Lcda Rlgby Nlclson 2171 Elalr HI died Saturday at R m at the family residence of natural CallHCH He was horn Feb 20 In Rait Lake City BHldes his parents he In survived by a sister Judith Nielsen Salt Lake City three grandparents Mrs Maude Nielsen Salt Lake Cltv and Mr and Mrs William A Rigby Fafrvlew Funeral services will be conducted Monday noon nt 36 E 7th South bv Arnold Ilrrlln bishop ColiimbiiH L D S ward KrlcndH rrmy at place of funeral until lime of HorVlccfi Burial will hu in Mapleton cemetery Matilda Youngdale Mrs Matilda bfoungdalc 70 1352 Harrison ave died Saturday at a m In a Salt Lake hospital of causes Incident to age She has no known survivors Mrs Youngdale was born In Wahoo Neb and had lived tn Salt Lake City about 20 years Graveside tervlcen will be conducted Tuesday noon In Salt Lake City cemetery Frlendx may call at 3445 S State Monday between S and 0 p m and Tuesday prior to services John Wallace Gardner Funeral services for John Wallace Gard ner 52 716 Jefferson st who died Friday will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p m at 36 E 7th South where friends may call to time of services Burial will be In Wasatch Lawn Memorial park INTERMOUNTAIN WEATHER Salt Lake City and vicinity Partly cloudy Sunday little change n temperature IJlah Partly cloudy Sunday little change in tem perature Idaho Partly cloudy Sunday with a few scattered after loon and early evening showers little change in temperature Wyoming Partly cloudy Sunday scattered rainshowers and thunder Htofms northeast portion and along eastern border Little change in temperature Nevada Partly cloudy Sunday with a few scattered afternoon and early evening showers in north portion Little change n temperature Saturday was another warm day over Utah with temperatures reaching close to 80 degrees at most places Some high thin cloudiness kept the nighttime temperatures up fairly high on Friday night No rain was re ported for Utah Showers and considerable cloudiness over Idaho and northern Nevada kept tem peratures near 60 degrees on Sat urday afternoon However amounts of precipita tion were small High Low Prcc N M ftl 2 Atlanta jii 77 M 10 JtlHmurek N D 05 38 rda r0 IG 06 Unite Mont 50 36 17 ChlfaRO 70 54 Denver Colo 86 45 86 76 Grand Junction Colo 85 Los Angeles 72 Las Vegas Ncv MlnncapoliBSt Paul Now Orleans 89 New York City OfTdell Oklahoma City Omaha Neb Phoenix Pocatello Reno Ncv Rock Springs Wyo Salt Lakn Airport San Antonio Tex San Francisco St Louis Seattle Wash Sheridan Wyo D C West Yellowstone Salt HTiitlicr dnta Precipitation for lilhonr period rndcd at ft p m none Precipitation Cov May 50 accumulative deficiency 01 Precipitation eince Oct 1 710 accumulative deficiency 302 Sunrise Sunday 0 a m sunset Sunday p m Expected maximum 76 expected mini mum 46 76 7fi no 70 70 67 69 77 91 61 88 71 66 fifi 67 59 57 68 55 68 56 51 71 lil 57 45 33 45 5i 53 58 52 52 60 32 Trace 02 44 DEATHS William Teal Richardson William Teal Richardson 60 158 Har vard ave tiled Saturday at a m In a Salt Lake hospital of cerebral hem orrhage Ho wan Born March 1H 1881 in Win chester lud a son of George and Anna Brunton Richardson Mr Richardson had hccn a resident ot Ciunnlwon and Punblo Colo for many ywirs and came to Utah In 1917 A Union Pacific railroad employe he was a member of the Brotherhood of Loco motlvo EnRlneers of Denver and of the Brotherhood of Rail way Conductors of Salt Lake City He was married to Clare M Richardson March 7 1027 In Tooolc Mrs Richard son IH commander of the Salt Lake Nnvy Mothers club No 21 Besides his widow Mr lllclmrdKnn he IK purvlvcrt by a stepson Melvln H Davcy chief acrologlst U S navy and a Grandchild Funeral services will bo conducted Tues day at 4 p m at 327 E list South by Pcv George J Weber pastor Flrnt CortpreRatlonal church Friends may call at place of funeral Tuesday from 10 a m until time of Bervlces Burial will be In Mt Olivet cemetery Valentine Sefchick Valentine Sofchlck 42 15 W 2nd South died Friday at p m In a Salt Lake hospital Katherine N Woolf HYDE PARK Cache Katherine Nyman Woolf 63 resident of Hyde Park for 43 years died Saturday about 3 p m In n Lopan hospital of llnpcrliiK Illness She was born AUR 4 1881 In Locnn a dniifihlcr of Andrew and Christina Hen dnrBon Nyman and was married to Archie Woolf Oct 2 1901 in the Logan LDS temple A member of the LDS church Mrs Woolf was active throuchout her life In Pellef society and community affairs Survivors Include her husband two sons and four daufihters Nyman Woolf LaytoM Mrs Avon Purser and Robert Woolf Hvde Park Mrs Alctha Thurs lon and Mrs Enetla Knowles Locan and Mrs Harriett Balls Bricrham City 8 prandcbildrcn and the following brothers and sisters Mrs Eliza Olsen anrl Andrew Nyman Logan orvin Nyman North Lo carr Mrs Jannct Seamons Mrs Abbie McNeil and Mrs Rachel Carlson Black foot Ida Funeral arrancemcnts will be an nounced by the W Loyal Hall mortuary Logan Christine N Dymock Christine N Dymock 74 lied Thursday fit p m at the liome of a BOH George s Dymock Clover Toocle county of aauscs Incident to ace She was born March 10 1871 In Lake view a daughter of Mathlus and Hannah NIclson Dymock She was 1he widow of Heorcn E Dymock Mrs Dymock was an LDS church member Survivors Include four daughters Mrs Olive Turner Mrs Elva Turner Mrs Flla Walters and Mrs Ida Russell all of Tooele five sons Edward D and Georee S Dymock Clover Irvin Elmer and Ehvln Dymock Tooele Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p m in Tooele First LDS ward chapel by Vern Bracken bishop Friends rnav rnll nt the Tooelc mortuary Monday and Tuesday until time of serv ices Burial will he In Tooele cemclery Marie Neff KURKKA Juab Mnrle Niff 77 died of a heart nllmeiH Satur day at the homo of her daughter Mrs Rhoda Crooner of Eureka She was born Aue 14 1868 In Ger many and came to America when she WHS 10 She lived m Mt Pleasant until 1015 when she moved to Eureka She is survived by seven sons nnd dauKhters Jacob Neff and Mrs Rhoda Urnoner Eureka Joseph and Ray Neff Mrs Kenneth Milne and Mrs Thomas Franks Salt Lake City and Roy Neff Mildred Pearl Hansen IONA Eonncvillc County Mildred Pearl Hanson 24 lona died Fri lay night in the family home ol a two month Illness She was born Dec 0 1020 In Idaho Falls and was an lona high school grad jate She was married to Homer Hansen Way 20 1940 at Livingston Mont and had since resided In lona Besides her husband two daughters and a son survive Rcnee Dandle and Dennis Hanson lona her mother and stepfather Mr and Mrs Roy Fames Idaho Falls and seven brothers and slaters Mrs Edith Honp Los Angeles Cal Harry Melton Lonpvlcw Wash James and Snmuel Melton and Mrs Alice Burke Idaho Falls Mrs Velmn Clow Ogden Utah and Wilson Melton Rainier Ore Vood mortuary Idaho Falls will an nounce funeral arrangements Dr Charles Lee Merrill SALINA Funeral services for Dr Charles Lee Merrill 07 owner and opera tor of Sallna hospital Sallna Sevler county who died Friday will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p m in Salina Second LDS ward chapel Friends may call at the family residence Monday evening and Tuesday until p m Burial will bo In Sallna cemetery 29 grandchildren and 16 grandchildren Funeral Eervlces will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a m In the Eureka LDS ward by Marvin Witt bishop Friends may call at the Fairbanks mortuary Burial will be at Mt Pleasant cemetery Henry Sudweeks CIRCLEVILLE Plute Sudweeks 64 died at p m Tuesday May 22 at his home of throat Infection He was born In Kingston Plute county May 3 1S81 a son of Richard and Han nah E Sudweeks He married Rosmond Wiltshire Oct 21 In the Salt Lake LDS temple He was former bishop of the Clrcleville LDS ward His entire life was devoted to church activities and agriculture and livestock raising Surviving are his widow Rosmond Sud weeks three children Mrs Memphis Tal tu t Pangultch Wanda Sudweeks Circle vllleReid W Sudweeks serving in the U S army In southern Germany four grandchildren two slaters Mrs Eugenoie Lay Clrcleville Mrs Vlnnlc Black Marys vale seven brothers Preston and Edgar Hudweeks Kingston Alonzo Sudweeks Mantl Otto Sudweeks Ephralm Richard Sudweeks Ncphl Jack Sudweeks Salt Loire City and Del Rudwecks Clrcleville Funeral services will be conducted Sun day at 2 p m In Clrcleville ward chapel by James Whlttaker bishop Burial will be In the city cemetery Charles Bedont Bedont 56 1445 Redwood road Salt Lake City died Fri day morning In an Ogden hospital of tubercular trouble Me wan born Dec 31 1880 In Italy and cumu to the United Blalcfl 37 yoarH Jin wan formerly employed by thu U H Smelting Refining and Mining Co Ho had been hospitalized In Ogden for about two weeks Survivors Include his widow whoso maiden name was Veen Castcllacl whoso will be an nounced by the KlrkendallDarllnK mor tuary Clarice Pelersen IDAHO FALLS Clarice Pelerscn 42 Idaho Falls died Friday night of a heart ailment as she was returning In her auto from Rose Hill cemetery She wan born Jan 4 lJ03 at Clifton and was married to Vlrlow C Petersen Nov 29 1922 at Blackfoot Mrs Petersen had served as Emerson school PT A president two years and was district PT A president in 1940 and 1941 She had been active In the LDS Sunday school and Genealogical society Besides her husband three sona and a daughter survive Dale L Joyce Colleen and Vlrlow K Peterson Idaho Falls and Garth Petersen In the navy her father John Larson Idaho FaJla a nlster Mrs Thelma Johnson Oakland Cal and n grandchild Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at p Tn In the Idaho Falls LDS Fifth ward chapel by D William Cook bishop Burial win be In Fielding Memorial park Friends may call at the Wood mortuary Monday and at the home adtirenH IK unknown Funeral arrangements STATISTICS BIRTHS Salt Lake City Andrew nnd Elizabeth Jean Jackson 1081 Lake at son May G Raymond null Mlrnon Carolyn Hnrmati Tooele daughter May 6 Byron and Violet Schlck Bountiful daughter Mny Stratford nnd Betty Mae Williams 656 VV 4th North son Mny 9 James Jr and Marian Myrth Monson 717 E 1st South aon May 7 Archibald and Verna Mary Gam 934 North Temple son Mny 5 Lee and LnRuc Marie Taylor 54S E 4th South daughter May Kenneth and Kllzabclh Margaret Paulson Ncphl son May 8 Hcwls Enrl Jsiy ami Doris Diana Brandiey 827 S Main son May 6 Wegner Fritz and Charlotte Clara Miller 441 Penny ave daughter May 3 Williams Harlan Oliver and Helen Lorraine Morris 5G3 E 2nd South son May 13 McKay and Ella Ermon Parker Magna son May 5 Allen and Marjarle Ada Brooks 477 Bryan avc son May Earl and Mary Lois WcHlovrr lIO2nd nvc daughter May 14 Joseph and Mnrguret Janet JohiuUon 7012lh Bant dnughler Mny 3 Lamar and Shirley Gernl dlno Wlnslow 3521 S State son May 5 Bryon and Ila Coon 270 Williams ave daughter May S William and Helen Eng lish 1051 Hollywood ave daughter May 5 Leonard and Faye Kath leen Hill 327 E 6th South daughter May 4 Elmer and Leona Bur hank Wllliams 323 E Haven avc son May BIRTHS Salt Lake City Wlltliim nml Mary Parry 8i Ulllnnii ave twin HOIIH Mny 8 nnd Jenn Anna Hob son 1800 5th Easl daughter May 8 Ross and Arlcan Foy 3558 S 5150 West daughter Mny 7 H ami Shirley Mat hews Garfleld daughter May 8 JnniCR and Merydllh Ed Eimt dnughler Mny 0 Mlllnrd Flllmoro and Ruth AndiTHon 2758 5th iliiM daughter Mny i Golden and Irene Ellen Sclson Mldvalc con May 8 Giles and Lydla Merle Han cock Farminpton daughter May 4 Wellington and Wllla piniels 32310th Easl daughter April Leo and Virginia Dnre OUK ini Ooltz dniiKhtcr May 5 Lorenzo nnd Blanche Stella Jcmifn 828 avc non April 22 Edward and link Starr ol B 1st North son April 23 John and Cleo Denclsc Earl P20 4th ave son May 6 White and Florlan Maine on 255 E 5th South son Mav 8 Jesse and Wllma Barthlome 2255 Hollywood ave daughter May 6 Laon and Mary Estella Baughman 55G E Glh South dauphlcr Mav 1 Willtlnson and Mary Ed la DnnlelM 1737 jive daughter May I Gilbert Richard and Dora Strong 1125 Emerson ave son May 3 Lewis and Barbara STATISTICS MARRIAGE LICENSES Salt Lake County Arnold Frajik Glueck legal age Lake Salt Myrle K Forslund legal age Salt Lake 21 Houston William Eusrcno Stccn Tex Llla Lee 20 Murray Glcnwood Gilford Larson 22 Scotts Bluff Neb Frances Mary Kojas 20 Salt Lake Charles Wilson Vlrden 28 Price Dorothy Margaret Thomas 26 Salt Lake Thomas Josopli Slmmonds 41 San Franrlsco Anne Bertha Katcm 34 San Francisco Thomas Htissell Smith 32 Salt Lake Irmgnrd It It Krnns 21 Salt Lake Ralph Terry Jensen 27 Falrvlew San pete county Marjorln Lattnrner 24 Price Ormni Hubert JCnmes 21 Almo Ida Helen LaVcrno Scott ID Salt Lake Inmes Fletcher Learning 21 Moab Carol Eleanor Birch 20 Roosevelt BIRTHS Salt Lake City Ralph and Florence Hallie Llnler 1000 S State aon April 24 James and Ruby Lc Ruth Olsen 8194th East son Mny t Robert nnd Ha Wllma Hanscn 728 S 2nd West daughter April 30 Ernest and Luella Hansen 2S9215th East son April 28 Albert and Elizabeth Roblson 866 Harrison avc son April 30 Fruncls and Truelove Har rison 773 Loveland ave daughter May 2 John and Bcrnlce Lorraine Flltton 334 N 10th West daugh ter April 19 RaJph and Elma Gull Geneva son April 27 Taylor and Edith Frances Glbbs 150 E South Temple daughter May 2 Lorraine nnd Lucetta Cornlck Ploche Nov son April 27 Lynden and Priscllla Mus ser 934 E 33rd South daughter April 27 Henry and Verona Ellen Houghton Santaquln daughter April 23 and Gwcncth Olhbs Gnten 312123rd East daughter April 20 MiUhcw and Miirlnn LoulMc Richards 2040 Aldcn nt April 25 Clalr and Eula Wnldram 1550 Browning avc daughter April 2r Hlnckle and Frma Krancn donk 257 W 4th North daughter April 23 Richard and Mildred Denlsc Ausherman 913 Dleetel rd daugh ter April 22 Welling 731 E 2nd South son May 10 awl Emily Jones 20S Douglas st son May 12 Irvin and Manola Jorpensen 514lOth ave son May 13 Royal ami Gloria Elaine Cox Bountiful daughter May 7 Franklin nnd Lorna Booke 1S4020th East son May 10 and Stella June Ryan S54 W 6th South son May 11 Alma and Hazel Ursenbnch Garfleld daughter May 4 Frank and Mary Tava rozzl Mngna daughter May 7 Joseph and Ellcnrosc Attane Magna daughter May 11 Ernest and Mildred Halford 215 Glcndale ave son April 18 G and Uln Black 916 Harvard ave twin daughters May 1 Christopher and Louise Merleda Bawdetl 420832nd West daugh ter April 21 Erlclc and Beverly Enema ToUand 100 E Roberta avc son April 22 Burl and Rachel Rac Moran 1817 E 39th South daughter April 22 Tolmniicn William Adam and Helen KJcrgard 1523Gth East son April 24 Storkrlnh Henry nnd Laura Garcia 611 N West son April 2S nnd Wllma Swapp 465 E 5th South daughter April 26 Guthrle and Louise Cor nell Sandberg East son April 26 Muziinek Frank Junior and Ardella Wallace 4302 S 2nd West son April 29 Lee and Wanda Mary Bald win 817 S State son April 28 James Jr and Lois Anne Landram 5S N 2nd West son April 23 Ellis and Mary Electa Mc Qulston Woods Cross son April 30 Barber and Eldora Bone Bountiful son May 1 Tutorow Marshall LeRoy and Fay Mann Woods Cross daughter May 2 and Wanda May Free stone Woods Cross son May 1 George Chllds and Dorothy Estnlia Lucas 1087llth East daughter April 25 Melk James Patrick and Kathryn Joy Gerstner 17143rd East son April 25 e Lloyd William and Elizabeth Leg gelt 26249th East son April 29 ThortmK Wilford Jr and Aneesa Pauline Shafter 860 Park at son April 28 Thomas Jay and Jonnle Mar cella Bergman 856 Emerll ave daughter April 23 Williams Richard Grant and Betty June McKay 1635 Princeton ave daughter April 22 Badger Rodney Jenkins and Snow 505 B st aon April 24 Phyllis Blunlc Lawrence Silas and Betty Louise Strom 239 Wilson ave daughter April 25 Blalney Clirfton and Ruth Luella Malin 1185 Princeton ave daugh ter April 26 Kckonroile Denny Clarence and Millie Kay Aldous 859llth East daughter April 28 Kills ChurlcB Jamen and Marguerite Moyes 810 S Dest Temple daughter April 25 Farmer Joseph E1II8 and Katharine Marie Walters 1730 Beverly St daughter April 26 Grovcr Roscoe Mnurlco and Lillian Rachel Brencrnan 1446 Blalno ave son April 23 Brown Wlllard Smith and Lucy Price 3655lSth East son April 27 Anderson Lamarr and Florence Johnson 284 K St daughter April 26 Lach John Edward and Helen Lydla Gygl 18387th East daughter April 30 linlltss William Fayette and Edith Clara Putnam 3468 S 300 West son May 1 Ledbctter Joseph Thomas and Eva Treasure Markley 21 W 17th South son April 19 Dodge Robert Ernest and Beth Mosby 269 Southgate nvc daughter April 24 Wesley Edgar and Mary Lock ycr 1D33 8 State son April 30 IllichiM CInudo Lionel nnd Ruth Pnok wood Qrcutorex 833 Windsor nt Mav 1 ricltctt Ralph Edward and Kathleen Mlgllorl 143Mi E 2nd South daughter April 20 Alphonso and Kato Sanchez Blngham daughter April 28 Ilftgertv William Joseph and Margaret Kathryn Kccly 1330 E Qth South daugh ter April 24 KldiurrtHon Fonton Low and Mary Helen McClure 1244 Harrison avc daugh ter May 1 Hlckman John Paul and Gwenevere Miner 2954 3 8650 West son April 19 Robert Marvin and Rose Man KendrldC 2159 E 3205 South son April 21 TULIPS BIGGEST BARGAIN IH AMERICA DarwinTriumphLeader and Cottage Tulip Bulbs marvelous airtrtment or nnrmnc rainbow colors guar anteed to flower 4 yeurc Act DOW Kend ronr Ditnt ind ftddreai to MICHIGAN IULB CO Dipt BULBS R1078 from Tuesday at JO a m until time of MJMonrat AveNWGrand Rapids 2Michigan cnrlippR rim LcRoy and Bountiful daughter Gciiclve Lynch April 29 Fucer Howard and Margaret Hcna John 100 Silver ave eon Mny 2 and Phyllis Richmond En3t daughter April 30 Glenn and Juno Nnnottn Bnrt 2159 Kensington ave sou April 29 Dennis Jr ad Lillian Stipe 951 E 1st South daughter May 2 Eugene and Rozalla Etta Patonal 122 Dooley ct son May 4 Ralph and Viola Ger trude Tucker Sandy daughter May 1 and Ida Ruiz 246 Barrett place son April 29 Leslie and Audrey Lorraine Hanscn 3S3rd East son April 28 Antone and Pearl Caro line Martinson 577 Stratford ave daugh ter May 3 Prltchard Alvie Leo and Charlotte Louise Russett 263 W 4th South son Mav 2 Don and Marthcla Holt 395720th East daughter May 1 Frederick and Lorena Fitches Warren 155 Mead ftvc daughter April 2D Herbert nnd Virginia Mny Howard 521 Mortcnson ct sou May l Haim and Elfrlcda Spllltcr lOGi Jefferson St son May Charles and Mary Magda lene Fitzgera10 348Sth East daughter Mav 3 and Minnie Chccketts 212920th East son April 27 and Viola May Pederson 310 N 1st West son May 1 and Ophelia Garcia 543 W 4th South son May 5 Gregory Thurman and Dorla June Knott Garfield son May 3 Bands Richard Matheson and Pearl Marjorle Packman 1105 Racklcy place daughter May 2 Brent and Margaret Jean Elgfircn 1372 Yale ave daughter April 28 Aaron and Vivian May Klmball 1113 Emerson ave daughter Mnv 2 Occamii nnd Mildred inslii JOJO Hudson uve daughter April 30 Pnul nnd Llsbelh Marie Anzklt 4001 S Slute duughlcr April 20 Heber iind Frances Bn1l Luke 715 Emerson nve son April 30 B and Menrl Roderick G2l0th final son April 28 Morleusen and Mnry Lillian Kulght 361 Wasmcr court daugh ter April 27 Everest and Mildred Bates 1720 Redoudo ave son April 29 Cram and Patricia Ann Kogan fi3fi Brownlng ave son May 0 Daniel and Helen Lydla Young 222 W 6th North son April 23 William and Olelta Wheeler Burr 954 8th East son May G Howard and Lilly Baw den 271 W 7th South daughter April 28 Elmer and Hazei Maa Royall 427 Post St daughter April Alexander Fullerton nuii Afton June Elkins 20S1 Wilmington avc daughter May 1 Reid and Doris Mclreah Dern 1352 nth East daughter May 4 Wallace and Amy Julie Maurer 969 Hudson ave daughter May 7 Frank and Fern Specr 126 Keleey ave daughter May 7 Harmon and Ruth Etna Thompson 1445 W 33rd South daughter April 24 Cyrus and Anna Kath erlne Griffith 1958 Yale ave daughter May 5 Clifford and Cleora Ann Williams Snowvllle son May 8 nnd Edith Grace Shell G5 W 33rd South son May 7 Leonard and Ruth Alcne Cottam Clearfteld daughter May 4 When Your Eyes Are Tired DO THIS Eyes tired Do they smnr and burn from overwork i dust wind lack o sleep Then cleans and soothe them the quick casj sun Murine WHAT IS MURINE Murine is a scientific blend of seven ingredients gentle and so soothing Just use two drops in each eye Righ t away s Murine goes to work to relieve the discomfort of tired burning yes Start using Murine today oh tYES YOUR SOOTHES REFRESHES War tondi and tlamM 70TAHSHBCSTATlOICCs KUTA Salt Lake City 45 p m KSEI Poca tello 45 p m KTFI Twin Falls 45 p m BIRTHS Salt Lake City Hex Cropper niir Pllylllr Mnc Nielsen 3703 20tli ICam Mm May 8 Wftrdrop and Until Lund 107614th East daughter Msy 0 James find Haze Noble Bountiful son May 7 Marcel iinrt Margaret Josephine Griffith 2S3 E 21st South son Mliv 5 WiirrteU rind MelUn May Jor vl K 131h Smith daughter May 5 lanac nnd LolH Rebecca Miller rtnughter Mnv 3 Donuld nnd Violet June Trlpp 1123E 30SO South dnuglilcr Mny S Alylous nnd Betty Dec Beeslcy 902 Logan avc son Mny 6 Kay and Wanda Lloyd 218 Williams ave daughter May 1 LcRoy and Zella Borges 372 W 6th South son May 12 Franklin nnd blalnc Jeffcrlcn Tooelo son May 11 Leon and Edna Fny Brechtel KlflGlSth East BOD May 12 row Wilson and LnRuc Merle Dcbcnham 1080 Kncslngton ave son May 12 DIVORCES ASKED Third District Court Helh Tracy from JolTn Trncy menial cruelly Edith Heaps from VRII Hcnpe mental cruolty Florence B Wheeler from Joe H Wheeler nonjuppon Ruther Margaret Ropers Pcrrln from Lloyd Allen Pcrrln mental cruelty Virginia H Clnyaoti from Hujfh M mental cruelty Snrnh LnMnthn Thomiion from William Manilla TltoinHon mentul cruelty Dayno Marshal from Marilyn fl Mar shall mental cniclly Kmrlna Richardson from John L Rich ardson nonsupport Doris C Nyman from Alfred H iyman menial cruelly JUDGMENTS ENTERED Third District Court Woodbury Corp vs E P Zclley 1 Plaintiff awarded judgment of S80937 atlorinvH fees 1320 costs and Interest nt fi per annum for contract entered Into and allegedly not honored KDYL Presented by ELECTRIC HO UK SUNDAY NELSON STATIOM rnnv KSL EDDY p m L U U I Robert Armbrusiers Orchestra Brought to You by Utah Power Light Co A Series of Radio Discassiou OB Youth and the Church HAROLD BIEE of the Council of the Twelve ol the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints From tht TABERNACLE Current Topic OUT OF THE SHADOWS INTO LIFE AND 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