The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on September 7, 1951 · Page 32
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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, Friday, September 7, 1951 13 Polio Serum Clinics Cheer Support in Utah County I PROVO (Special) — For the \ third d»y Thursday, Utah County I youngsters voluntarily continued I 10 stream in increasing numbers because allotted supplies were used so quickly. Dr. William Me D. H*mmon, Pittsburgh, Pa., director of the -- --.:-. ---- . ---------- - ----------- , ., to clinics for inoculations of | research project, said the experi what may prove to be a valid •nti-pollomeylitis serum. Eastern physitians and National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis officers expressed continued gratitude at "overwhelmingly good public response" which caused two of five clinfcs to close prematurely Thursday Officials Draw Bountiful School Lines meat may not only make medical history in the fight against polio, but also may provide the basis for new research projects calling for public support. "It appears scientists may have underestimated willingness of the public to participate in research projects," he declared. BOUNTIFUL j changes in the school line boun- dari'cs for Bountiful area »tu- • : * dents were announced Thursday •f by Elmer J. Hartvigsen, superin- *i tendent. :t l Bountiful Elementary School 'i boundary lines will remain the Total number of inoculations given by Thursday noon was 3824. The figure was expected to near a 5000-injection goal, set at the beginning of the week-long campaign at the end of Thursday's operations. The National Foundation may be able to give up to 1000 extra ;.v,* inoculations Sf s "PP lies hold U P' ight | irl view o£ the good res ponse, Dr. Polio Claims Davis Towns Eye U. S. Defense Bond Flags Another in Utah Countv PLEASANT GROVE—Jean L»Rae Pulley, 17, died in a Provo i.m., of LL Ross Jet pilot K. Brtmweli . . . killed in Korea. Hamraon said. Thursday, clinics at Orem and Pleasant Grove, which were slated to remain open' to B p.m.( had to close shortly after noon when supplies ran out New clinics will be opened elsewhere in the county as per •ame as last year, he said, ex-1 schedule and shots will be given i cept that 600 West 7200 South 3 and U. S. Highway 61 will be y transferred from South Bountiful -.•• to the Bountiful Elementary :. u < School. ?j Go to Hirh School : .i Both'sixth grade classes of ihe *< Bountiful Elementary School :>: should attend school at the new ^ • high school in Bountiful. In ad••^ dition one fourth grade class and •lj one fifth grade class will attend :; ij the new high school from the •3 area bounded by 5th Soutlf; 1st | East and 15th South. Some varia- :i| tions will apply; he said. "See r& the principals on the first day of ^ •chool." ;| ; Because the South Bountiful ^j School is overcrowded, sixth I grade students will- go to jthe |> South Davis Junior High School. v| Stoker Overcrowded t To relieve overcrowding at the Stoker School, one class of sixth grade students in the area about South Davis Junior High School will attend the junior high school in the sixth grade. as long as ampules of the serum last, Dr. Hammon said. Clinics which will remain open Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. include Provo Timpanogos Elementary School, American Fork Hospital, and new ones at Springville Memorial Hall, Spanish Fork Thurber School and Payson Legion Hall. Car Theft Suspect Handed to FBI FARMINGTON (Special) — A 14-year-old boy from Colorado Springs, Colo., has been turned over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation on charges of transporting a stolen automobile across the state line. He was arrested by Davis Utah Pilot Dies In Korea Fighting Reds OGDEN — Lt. (j.g.). Ross K. Bramwell, 26, U. S. Navy, was killed Sept. 4 while flying a jet plane in combat over Korea, his wife, Mrs. Donna Rae Denkers Bramwell, 2526 Taylor Ave., was informed Thursday by the Department of Defense. L't. Bramwell had been in the Pacific area since last June am was assigned to Korea only three weeks ago. He was killec Tuesday while flying an F9F5 je ighter in a combat zone, as a nember of the 51st Fighte quadron. He was born June 8, 1925, in Ogden, a son of Wilfred L. and osephine Spilsbury BramwelL He was graduated from Ogden ligh School and Weber College which ' he attended under th hospital Thursday at 1 polio, the fifth polio death in Utah County, this year. She was born July 22, 1934, at American Fork, daughter of Ray and .Rose Butte Pulley. She attended Fallen, Nev., * ' »•*' schools and Miss Pulley would have been a- senior at Pleasant Grove High School this fail. She was a member of the er-day Saints and had been Jhurch of Jesus Christ of Lat- ctive in music, dramatics andi chool activities. Surviving are her parents; a ister, Carol; two brothers, David nd Lynn Pulley; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Butte, Salt Lake City, and foster-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Warnick, leasant Grove. Funeral services will be con- i BOUNTIFUL (Special) — Plans ] far a campaign to wake Bountiful. Onterville, and Farmington U. S. defense bond flag cities during the third week of the nation-wide bond drivjs this month were announced Thursday by E. Dale Peak, South Davis County chairman. City chairmen appointed by Mr. Peak are, J. Glen Minson, Bountiful; Edgar Smoot, Centerville; and Dean Swanee, Farmington. The three cities will be among 67 Utah communities in the big operation flag city event that "juinpi off" at 8 p.m, Sept, 17 and closes at midnight Sept. 22, Mr. Peak said. The entire nation will be watching results of Utah's flag city program. Until now less than 30 cities in the United States have achieved the flag city honor designation. If Utah's operation flag city is successful, this state will have more flag cities than the 47 other states combined, he explained. "Any community over 1000 population is eligible," he ssid. "The requirement for the flag • city honor is to have 80% of the' town's employers agree to make the U. S. Defense Bond payroll savings plan available to their workers and for 25% of all these employes' workers to agree to buy bonds by payroll savings plan. ; . Tht Woodcffal Cedtfeg oi CHEF FUffl GU1BOLT THE FIREPLACE. TOO1 ALTA PERUVIAN LODGE PHONE ALTA 10 County deputies, Kenneth Hammon and Roy Hodgson, at Sahara Village at 2:30 a.m. Thursday. The toy related taking nine other cars in past months,- stating that he simply "enjoys driving new cars." • SHOE At Money-Saving REPAIR ducted Saturday at 3 p.m. in Pleasant Grove Second Ward chapel by E. M. Williams, bishop. Friends may call at Olpin Mortuary, Pleasant Grove, Friday evening and Saturday until 2 p.m., then at the Relief Society rooms in the chapel from 2 to 3 p.m. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Davy's V-12 program durin Vorld War II. : After graduating from Weber lollege, Lt Bramwell attended daho State College at Pocatello and then received an appointment as midshipman to the U. S. v T aval Academy at Annapolis, Md. He later took Navy flight raining at Pehsacola, Fla., and Corpus Christi, Tex., and served aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Antietam.' On April 29, 1948, he married Donna Rae Denkers, in Ogden. He was ' a member of the Fall Down Stairs Causes Death Of Idaho Tourist AMERICAN FALLS, Ida. (Special)—A misstep on a cafe stairway Thursday afternoon cost the life of Mrs. Hannah Sleight Grimmett, 79, Aberdeen.. Mrs. Grimmett was born March 23, 1872 in Paris, a daughter of Thomas and Mary Wixcm Sleight who had pioneered in the Bear Lake area in 1863. She was reared in Paris and was married there about 60 years ago to Hiram H. Grimmett They moved in 1895 to Moreland where Mr. Grimmett died in 1934. She moved to Aberdeen from Moreland four years ago. Mrs. Grimmett was active in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. Surviving are his widow and a daughter, 'Catherine Mary Brain well, Ogden; his parents, Los An geles, Cal.; six brothers and. two sisters: Lawrence W. Bramwell LaJolla, Cal.; Kent S. Bramwell San Francisco; Dee R, Bramwell, Alexandria, Va.; Ray J. Bram well, Houston, Tex.; Wendell Bramwell, Denver, Colo.; Dr Paul Bramwell, Bremerton Wash.; Mrs. R. G. James* am Mrs. Joe T. Johnson, Ogden. the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 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