HiyU,H WHUJJ 1,'JIU IWM UHI.IJjU.WilH iipihi mnin'ir,'n s " ' - ,, - K - ' " ""HI ; '. : :' : V" I V h : T , BERT STONE Rotary Club To Welcome District Governor Rotary District Governor Bert Stone, of Nampa, Idaho, will preside pre-side at the annual Sugar House Rotary Club Assembly this week. The Assembly will be held at the Beau Brummel Thursday, Sept. 19 at 10 -a.m.-n vriU be followed by the weekly Rotary luncheon. Stone will confer with Mr. Bank and Holger M. Larson, local club secretary, Wednesday evening on club policy. Mr. Stone is president of Stone Lumber Company in Nampa, Idaho Ida-ho and is a member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Nampa. He was elected as a District Dist-rict Governor of Rotary International Internat-ional for the 1957-58 fiscal year at Rotary's 48th Annual Convention Conven-tion in Lucerne, Switzerland, last May. He is one of . 249 District Gnvprnnrs snnprvisinor thi artivi- ties of more than 9,500 Rotary Clubs which have a membership of 446,000 business and professional profession-al executives in 102 countries throughout the free world. Wherever Rotary Clubs are located, lo-cated, Mr. Stone asserted in discussing dis-cussing his visit, their activities are similar to those of the Rotary Club of Sugar House because they are based on the same general objectives developing better understanding un-derstanding and fellowship among business and professional men, promoting community - betterment undertakings, raising the standards stand-ards of business and professions, I and fostering the advancement of good will, understanding and peace among all the peoples of the world. . Each year, this world-wide service ser-vice organization continues to I grow in numbers and in strength, President Stone added. During the past fiscal year, 341 new Rotary Clubs were organized in 41 countries coun-tries of North, South and Central America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Islands of the Pacific, and six countries were added to Rotary's roster Cambodia, French Cameroon, French Equatorial Equa-torial Africa, Guadeloupe, Liechtenstein Liech-tenstein and Uganda.