Retired S.L Draftsman, s~* **" Scout Aide. Dies at 78 John Kirkham Keddington. 78, 831 E. 61h South, retired draftsman, died of natural j causes Sunday lat 9:15 a.m. at 12825 E. 3300 ISouth. Born May 10, 11881, in Salt ike City, he • was a son of Jo- Iseph and Sarah lA n n Kirkman iKeddington. Mr, •Keddington mar- Mr, rled Floretta Cal- Keddington ton Nov. 28,1906, In the SaJt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mrs, Ked- dmgloii uieu Isuv. ii6, iUo2. MR. KEDDINGTON was em ployed as a draftsman for the Union Pacific Railroad Co. for 26 years, and as a draftsman draftsman in the engineering department department ci' the Utah Power and "Light Co, for 18 years. At the time of his retirement.in 1954 he was an employe of Jackson Jackson and Jackson Engineering , Service. V Active in the Boy Scouts of .America, Mr. Keddington served as a scoutmaster and a district commissioner. He re-" ceived one, of the si.v'first Silver Silver Beaver awards in the Salt Lake area. MR. KEDDINGTON was in the bishopric of the Tenth LDS Ward and was ordained patriarch patriarch for the Park LDS Stake in 1945. . Survivors include two sons, J. -Harold and John -Blaine Keddington, Salt Lake City; five grandchildren; three sisters sisters and six brothers, Mrs Elizabeth Jensen, Mrs. Alice • Christensen, Mis$, May Keddington, Keddington, Alvin, Ralph, Arthur and Ray .Keddington, all of Salt Lake City; Wilford Keddington, Keddington, Bountiful, ana Harry v "— • n, Taylorsville. FUNERAL services will be conducted Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in the Webster LDS Ward chapel, 420-Sth East. Friends may call at 1244th E^st Tuesday from 7 to 9 y.iii. and Wednesday prior to services. services. •;.. Burial will be in Salt Lake City Cemetery. Workers Urged: Write for Raise More than 500 postal and federal employes attending a rally in Salt Lake CJty" Snnrtay morning were'Urged to begin a letter-writing campaign campaign to Congress for passage passage of a bill to provide wage increases. KANBALL II. Gallon, member of the Salt Lake Letter Carrier Assn. and rally chairman, said postal employes and federal em- ployes under Civil Service represented nearly every portion of Utah at the-rally. It was staged at Prudential Prudential Federal Savings Building Auditorium, '33rd South and State. THE ASSEMBLAGE was seeking passage of the Morrison Morrison Bill (HR 8893), ex- peeled to go into committee meetings in the House "of Representatives m o m e n-' tarily: Crime Summary The following is a summary of crimes reported to police during the . 24-hour period ended Sunday at 5 p.m. T ?'""£ E V" robb «r*— Alberto G. Letva, Hamlm, Tex., $26. BurtUry—Donald Hayej. 1110 E 2nd South, S100 camera; .S85 pistol. — ''utmar,, 745 S. 2nd West, $40 of Y.