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 - Drowns at St. John Home . JOHN, Tooele County...
Drowns at St. John Home . JOHN, Tooele County (Spc &„ V li. , , ,, »T wp * cfal) - An 18 -™°nths-oid Murray bo y, Danny Jex, drowned SundayU as his family was moving! m t 0 a ranch home here riplpoatps The efforts of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jex, to save nin1 proved.futiTe. tificial r. Jex removed the body from f.u. je.\ removea me Doay irom the water, and Mrs. Jex gave ar- J_ % h , ours aft( Tooe!e wltn respiration until "vuiuii-l teer firemen arrived from Tooele, 18 miles to the north. Moving Furniture The Jex family had just purchased purchased the old Sandino ranch here and was moving furniture in when the tragedy occurred. Danny and an older brother, Denny, 3, ran around to the back — —-"-^ f ** r ~ uji tii vu*;u \\r ll11^ Udl,IV of the house while the unloaded the van. .The .The father went to check on them and found the older tot standing on a plan* by a small stream. ' The boy pointed to the water and said "Baby." '- • Removes Tot The. father removed Danny, who had fallen face down in one foot of water. The mother worked _,._,. , , . <"iu oxer the body m an attempt to restore life. Ten volunteer firemen worked: Hi hours after they arrived from; a resuscitator. A] crew aided. doctor and an ambulance Sheriff Fay Gillette and Deputy James Park investigated. The boy was a son of A. W. and Lorraine Harris Jex, and his survivors include grandparents, Mr. and Granite. ' Mrs. Hewitt Jex, -= „ Hurt in Fall'From Tree I

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 12 May 1952, Mon,
  3. Page 27

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