1960 Vance Burgon elected Pres. of the Utah Optomitrists

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1960 Vance Burgon elected Pres. of the Utah Optomitrists - Vance E. Biirgon . . . Heads Utah Optometric...
Vance E. Biirgon . . . Heads Utah Optometric Association. Sunday, April 24, 1960 1 County Outgo By Clarence D. Williams Tribune Staff Writer A decrease in Salt Lake County government spending of $499,614.40 for the first quarter of 1960, compared with the corresponding period in 1959, was shown in a financial report prepared by County Auditor Auditor David P. Jones. Lawyer Obtains Planning Post Appointment of Grant Macfarlane Macfarlane Jr., to,the Salt Lake County Planning Commission Board of Adjustment, replacing replacing A. J. Henderson, who resigned, resigned, has been approved by the County Commission. 'His term will expire July/1, 1961 D. Howe Moffat, svho has been reappointed on the board, also will serve until July 1, 1964. Contact Lenses Catch Eye Of S.L. Optometrist Meet While contact lenses wearers need less interim service than wearers of conventional glasses, their visual needs, and hence their service requirements, requirements, change over a period of years. A 10-YEAR-OLD boy, for example, will need adjustments adjustments in lenses when he is confranted with the close work required in college, Dr. George M. Masten, Denver, Colo., said Saturday. After graduation, he may elect to become an engineer. If his work is at a desk, his present correction may be adequate. adequate. However, if he is to work'in the field, adjustments should be made, Dr. Masten said. DR. MASTEN, chairman of the American Optometric Association Association Contact Lens Com- Fathers-Sons Lunch Members and their sons join Tuesday noon at the annual father and sons luncheon of the Salt Lake Rotary Club at the Hotel Utah. mittee, was speaker Saturday at the annual convention of the Utah Optometric Assn. in the Hotel Utah. One of the dramatic benefits benefits of contact lenses, said Dr. Masten, is their use with patients patients (about. 15 per cent of those with visual problems) who can not be helped with conventional conventional spectacles. ONE NEW technique involves involves use of contact lenses with spectacles. Thus the wearer, according to his needs, sees through a "telescope" 'or "microscope." Also on the market are bifocal contact lenses. Vance E. Burgon, Midvale, was elected president «i the association, succeeding Loyal Seeholzer, Logan. Other new officers: Calvin Kowallis, Roosevelt, first vice president; Jack Parry, Price, Salt Lake City, second vice president; E. R. Keller, Salt Lake City, secretary, secretary, and G. Raymond Fehr, treasurer. Discussions continue Sunday at the hotel. The convention ends Sunday evening with a banquet

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune24 Apr 1960, SunPage 98

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)24 Apr 1960, SunPage 98
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