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(May- no duty toward under law or by ordinance." women to a evidence _ns was the Univer- Ronald B. num- the regis- average." registered not included for se- military offi- curricula confined to completed allowed to course." 27 N. 6th West. S-Sgt. Jay Ross Adair, Hcher. Missing: Ens. Floyd Walter Roach, 3202-2nd East. Sg-t. Harold C. Bible, Ogden. Sgt. Nielson is another Utah infantryman who lost his life during early stages of the Normandy Invasion. He was a son of Mrs. Laura Rowley, 27 N. 6th West, and Louis Nielson, 175 N. 5th West. Sgt. Nielson, an Ogden native, moved to Salt Lake with his family as a child. He attended Jackson lower division high school and enlisted in the regular army in May, 1939. He was stationed at Ft. Douglas, Camp McCoy, Wis., and Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., before being assigned overseas in Sept., 194,'J. He is survived by his parent?!; 2 brothers, Clarence Nielson, Salt Lake City, and Archie Nielson, U. S. army; 4 sisters, Mrs. Lily Moser, Mrs. lone Newman, Mrs. Laurabelle Olsen and Mrs. June Kowalewski, all of Salt Lake. that On among union bargaining board. •esigned reducing :he The ;ion :hat March substantially :onditions mploye ng 'orth abor The I!ldred ;he basis ;he right by state f union to :ould

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 26 Jul 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 13

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