LIONS CLUB HEARS UTAH BLIND MEND Murray B. Allen of Salt Lake City, Utah, state commissioner for the adult blind there, addressed ihe Preston Lions club at their regular dinner meeting Wednesday-evening. Wednesday-evening. In his talk he explained to the club the operation of the adult blind program in Utah and added that the Utah program might well be set up in Idaho but it will first be necessary to secure funds from the state to carry on a survey to determine the number and need of adult blind in Idaho. Rulon Dunn, a state Lions direc. tor, said that Idaho Lions are enthusiastic en-thusiastic about developing the program for the adult blind in Ida ho. Melvin Watson, salesman for the blind industries and also of Salt Lake, favored with vocal solos and Mr. West of Ogden played numbers on his banjo. Mr. West, Mr. Allen and Mrs. Watson were all blind. Mrs. R. R. Rowell of Preston was the accompanist. Phenoi Edgley gave a report on the local club's work with sight conservation and Weldon Nash presided over the meeting.