The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on August 14, 1951 · Page 5
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Conferees Weigh Two Air Force Supply Systems j Two complicated supply and maintenance systems were in competition today to determine which; should be adopted on a U. S. air force-wide basis. Explanation and discussion of one · of the systems occupied the morning session today o£ the national! air force Conference being held in | Hotel Ben Lomond. One hundred; and twenty-five key officials from; 16 air depots are attending the ses-1 sions which will continue through Friday. The system under discussion today is that which has been experimented with at Mobile, Ala., to assure the correct supply of component parts and small items to assure that maintenance work, particularly THIOGDEN (UTAH) STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14,1951 5 t Parents of Two Marines Hope for Good News Soon ·fschool and a 1949 graduate of the I University of Missouri with a , bachelor of arts degree, Sgt. Jones i was. employed by the McGraw-Hill Publishing company of Detroit as assistant bureau chief when ' reported for active duty. Polio Takes Life Of Kent Child on Mission in Texas ROY--Kent C. Child. 21. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Child of Roy. died early today of polio in a Harlingen, Texas, hospital, according to word received by a sister. The youth reportedly was stricken with the disease Saturday. His He wrote mainly for Business parents left for Texas Sunday, but he large assemblies, can proceed without interruption, Will Continue Discussion will continue this afternoon, and Thursday the other system under consideration will Joe presented. The other is that in use at Sacramento, Calif., according to Sidney Henderson, discussion leader. He is attached to air materiel headquarters at Wright-Patterson field, Dayton, Ohio. He said the two systems are fundamentally quite similar. Chief distinction is that the Alabama system provides additional safety factors. The position taken by Sacramento officials is that their system is simpler and that the extra safeguards are not needed, Henderson explained. HP said that after conferees determine which, plan should be adopted, an implementation date will be selected and a training program set'up to indoctrinate workers for the system selected. Cana Conference Due Tomorrow The Cana club o£ the St. Joseph's Catholic church -will hold its first Cana conference Wednesday at seven-thirty. The Rev. E. J. McDermott, S. J., ot San Francisco, ·will direct the conference. Rev. McDcrmott will give two addresses on marriage problems, these will be followed by a discussion period. The meeting will close at eleven p. m. with the recitation of the Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Members of the parish are urged to bring guest couples and to make every effort toward the conferences success. Accessories Taken Lloyd C. Robinette, 62 North Second East, Brigham City, told police yesterday a fender skirt and one hubcap were taken from his car Sunday between eight-thirty p. m. and midnight while it was parked behind the city-county building. Set. Jones Lieut. Hinds Parents of two Ogden marines, both of whom have been through the bitterest campaigns in Korea, are hopefully expecting word that their sons will be sent home soon under the rotation program. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hinds, 1331 Twenty-seventh, said their son, First Lieut. John R. Hinds, has been over there for almost a year and rates rotation, but his mother added cautiously, "Marir.e corps officers seem to have, difficulty get- tins relieved." Master Sgt. James C. Jones, Jr., likewise has almost a year of Korea service behind him, according to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Jones, 3209 Porter. One Wife Lives Here His wife Jives in Detroit, while | Lieut. Hinds' wife, the former Donna Rae Jones, and their small son, John R., lives at 2224 Van Buren. Lieut. Hinds has been reticent about describing his experiences in letters to his folks, but they learned he has held several posts, including command of a rifle company. Both he and Sgt. Jones survived the bitter cold and the "blizzard" \ of enemy bullets associated w i t h , the marine corps withdrawal from ! the Chosin reservoir trap. j Lieut. Hinds recently was awarded the bronze star medal for I "heroic achievement." Sgt. Jones is a combat correr spondent with the First marine division. A World war two veteran of 18 months, he first enlisted in the marines in December, 1942. He ' joined the First division at Hung- nam, Korea, in November, 1950. He recently was awarded a commendation ribbon for "outstanding service." A 1941 graduate of Ogden high Week, a company publication, and contributed to 35 othW company magazines. He is former co-publisher of "Labor Personnel Index", semi-monthly periodical, and a for. mer reporter for "Detroit Labor I Trends", a newsletter for management. i While attending Columbia uni- j versity, he worked as newscaster and news editor for radio station KFRU, Columbia. Mo., and also reported and wrote feature articles Spanish Fork. failed to arrive before the boy's death. He had been laboring at Edinburg. Texas, on a mission for the L. D. S. church. The young man's father is a Weber county deputy sheriff. Surviving are his parents, two brothers. Eldon R. · Child, Springville, and J. Walter Child, Ogden: two sisters, Mrs. John E. Burt, Centerville, and Mrs. Dan Oberhansly, for the Columbia Missourian. is also a fiction writer. Hei The body will be returned Ogden for'funeral services. to Accident Series Causes One Injury A 69-year-old woman suffered+Leo Martinez, 18, 3875 Orchard. A+truck reportedly rammed into the total of 400 blgck. on Twenty-sixth, driven by Eugene J. Woods, car 47, 1349 Darling, collided with a pick- when a car driven by Delwinn C. up driven by Ronald D. Sullivan, 17, 1144 Twenty-fifth. Sullivan was cited for improper brakes when his bruises and shock yesterday about one-thirty p. m. when the car in which she was riding, driven by David F. Carrigan, 27;' Morgan, collided with one driven by William J. Cross, 18, 2348 Madison. The mishap occurred at Twenty- third and Adams when the Cross machine traveling east on Twenty- third reportedly struck the Carrigan car as it entered the intersection. Victim was Mrs. Rachel Carrigan. who wife taken to a local hospital in a fire department ambulance. . Cross was cited for speeding. Both Descendants of William Apgood cars received S35 damage I will hold their annual family re-1 Three other accidents yesterday i union Sunday, Aug. 19 in the low- afternoon involved damages but no cr South Fork picnic area begm- injuries j ning at ten a.m. A three-car accident occurred i Each family is asked to bring its shortly after five p, m. when a ve- i own lunch. Afternoon entertain- About $250 damage to one car and $150 to another was involved about ten-iorty p. m. last night William Apgood Kin to Gather Jolley, 28, 430 Thirty-sixth, collided with one driven by Noel Nellis, 15, 2905 Taylor. Nellis was cited for running a stop sign and driving without an operator's license. The accident occurred when the latter reportedly drove through a stop sign at Thirty-third and Grant, colliding with the northbound Jolley car. tlsois Nears Shoe Pitching Crown MURRAY, Utah, Aug. 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