Kiwanis Plan 'Pancake Festival' The four Kiwanis Clubs in the Salt Lake area, Salt Lake City Club, Bonneville, Bountiful and Sugar House, will combine efforts for a huge "Pancake Festival" to raise money to help the underprivileged under-privileged children of the region. The Kiwanians are working with the Aunt Jemima Company which will supply all the needed flour for the event. Tickets are now being sold by the 600 members of the four clubs. October 4 and 5 are the dates for the Pancake Festival, and ticket-buyers are promised "all the pancakes you can eat" by C. E. Pearce, who has been named general chairman of the event. The new cafeteria at the Highland High-land High School and the cafeteria at West High School will be utiliz-i ed for the promotion. Pancakes! will be served Friday, October 4, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. and on Saturday, Satur-day, October 5 from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m., according to Mr. Pearce. Aunt Jemima will fly here from Hollywood and will appear at the pancake dinner and breakfast and will entertain along with" many other outstanding local perform-jers.' perform-jers.' A parade is scheduled along with many contests and other events. ev-ents. Presidents of the four clubs who are serving as the executive committee com-mittee are Vern Mackey, Sugar House; Oscar Drake, Salt Lake Club; Everett Holbrook, Bonneville; Bonne-ville; Al Southwick, Bountiful. The committee is making plans to feed 20,000 people. Tickets are being sold at $1 for adults and three for $1 for children. Governor George D. Clyde will be honorary chairman and chef for the event.