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of lay held the the 427th * d Thursday Morning indeed, you opinion, W. E. had a so the and service and period, of take 10 at department to Thuri- Vfibtttte November 2, 1944 LaM&r Daniels, toft and Maurice Brair/teg, West high school students, put final touches on a plaque honoring West alumni who have been • killed in action during the present conflict. The tablet will be unveiled at a special student assembly Nov. 10. Listed now on the plaque are names of 21 former students. Names of 17 other alumni killed since the plaque was made will be added later. <^N-|N HONOR <# > f f r n *>»/ ,*>% ' *** m &•=•* fe"' m West High Plaque Will Honor Alumni Killed in War Action Former West high school students who have given their lives in World War II will be honored at a school assembly Nov. 10 with unveiling of an honor roll plaque, a gift of the class of 1944. Col. Clarence Neslen, former army chaplain, will speak, and relatives and friends of those honored are invited to attend, according to Miss Georgia Young, chairman, war activities committee, sponsoring the event. Those whose names appear on the plaque include James Darrell Bromley, Richard T. Moore, Wesley J. Morris, LeRoy R. Pullman, Ralph Richardson, Ronald D. Brown, George W. Chugg, Joseph B. Hepworth, Kenneth B. Larson, Edgar G. Thomas, John M. Zang, Marion L. Hofheins, Richard Houson, West A. Thompson, Kenneth B. Weststein, W. R. Anderson, Richard H. Jackie, Arthur J. Allred, Jay A. Baldwin, Lowell S. Johnson and William L. Putman. Names to be added later include Marion Jack Kennedy, Clarence D. Haslam, S. H. Jones, Stanley Foutz, Dick P. Smith, Boyd Walker, Duncan E. Robinson, Leonard Linden, Weston Kay Keen, .Albert Keen, ..Max Osborne, Thomas E,. Gowans, Arthur It Chinn, Joseph H. Hackwell, Thomas L. McNair, Vernon B. Whitesides and Ferrin L. Butler. Affleck Warns Of Costly Job Salt Lake City faces a tremendous task of cleaning or replacing thousands of feet of pipe line at a cost of more than .$2,000,000, City Commissioner D. A. Affleck warned city officials Wednesday. Commissioners went to the site of a $5000 pipe line construction project at the upper reservoir in City Creek canyon following the regular commission meeting Wednesday morning to view disastrous results of calcium' chloride deposits in city water mains, which for 35 years have clogged the pipe from its original 12 inches to between three and four inches. The deposits,.while not injurious to water, are dangerous to the water system of the city, especially during dry periods, and may result in cutting off the supply in part of the city for from three to four days if hot checked, said H. K. Burton, water superintendent. Work of replacing the by-pass line at the Pleasant Valley reservoir in City Creek canyon has been completed. City officials now are studying- advisability of cleaning Leader Reds OPA 'owners sympathy the rent men remain years of spent in and E. president, Owners' in Ayer addressed Salt Lake noon in Temple members of Association at Newhouse cannot believe," men whose and 1941 committed destruction of of constitutional now philosophy sympathy of property." clear the jobs after to rid producers which of in rent of income a against income of normal which of wartime L. Food Above Lake City September were 1939 average, bureau of labor F. Betts, Wednesday. costs have and since September, been 2.7% higher and oils,' and fresh sweets, dairy which than 1%. and processed declined Takes Plant suspect in on State conspicuous. was carrying and feet tall. theft was to police by for Brown

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 02 Nov 1944, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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