|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. JULY 15, 1837 .oniVJlXrE v"- . A j forwdfixtogthefeefor contain-Tor- e I the Bale of beer than 3.2 percentum of weight. The City Council ilonton City. Box Elder County, p! Il!ef to-w- it: follows, sSSfui license Required: t11 r It shall to 8e!1 at retail in Tremonton City v P rffint obtaining from the license a Council thereof, paying to the Collector required for each money of I -- rations shall be made in xeqabed by Liquor Control and there shall be L licenses and charged fcffSTfcltowiV fees: 1 Bottled and canned beer for I AT ntinn off the premises, $50.00. canned beer for Vsottled $100.00. on the premises, Jnption vor fnr ronsumntion on May-ifrit- KaJid l f is-M- the premises, $200.00. Kor hottled beer und v. for consumption on or m 9 if the pre"oc Seasonal license, $15.00 per day. I ader this ordinance, beer may be 3 hours of 6:00 a only between the . J 13s3 a. m. and 115.9 n Section 2. License fees set for Wholesaler. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the business of selling beer at wholesale within the limits of Tremonton City without first obtaining a license therefor from the Liquor Control Commission of Utah and paying a fee therefor in the sum of $75.00. All licenses shall be required to conform to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act of Utah, and it shall be unlawful for any person to sell beer in said city in violation of the Liquor Control Act or this ordi nance. The condition of licenses herein provided for is that they may be revoked at the pleasure of the Mayor and City Council with or without cause at any time, and any person convicted of violating the terms of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $299.00 or jail sentence not exceeding six months (or by both such fine and imprisonments All other beer ordinances in conflict with this one are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect the 11th day of May 1937 at 9:00 a. m. Passed by the City Council of by the Mayor of said city monton, Box Elder County, Utah, and this 11 day of May, A. D. 1937. R. C. HARRIS Mayor of Tremonton, Box Elder County, Utah. (Seal) ATTEST: R. S. CALDERWOOD City Recorder Cars Should Be Checked Annually for Efficiency FAGS NINE teaspoon salt, 4 cups of milk and yolks of 1 or 2 eggs, stir enough to break the egg yolk. Place over rapidly boiling water, bring to scalding During late Spring and early Sumpoint (5 to 7 minutes). Cook 5 minmer, after the average American Breakfast Cantaloupe, toast, bran utes, Btirring frequently. Remove housewife has completed her annual flakes, crisp bacon, coffee or cocoa. from boiling water. Fold small amount into stiffly beaten egg white, housecleaning, the modern motorist should give some thought to Luncheon Creamed beef on toast, add to remaining tapioca mixture and according to J. J. Dobbs, tomato salad, brown sugar cookies, blend. Cool. Pour tapioca pudding over cherries. ChilL Serve six. general service manager of Oldsmo-bil- iced cocoa or milk. "car-cleaning- Household Hints ," e. Meringues for pies will cot fall if they are baked slowly. The flavor is greatly improved by adding a drop of lemon extract. For a sauce to serve with roast beef, pour a cup of medium cream sauce over I cup of cream mixed with J cup of horseradish. To prevent cracking up of linoleum it should be cleaned with vinegar and For a change try Baked Beautifiers: oil in equal proportions. Shred . four medium sized carrots. Place a layer in a greased casserole, Fly specks can be removed from dot with 1 tablespoon of butter, and silk lamp shades with a sponge dipsprinkle with salt and pepper. (No ped in luke warm vinegar and water. water). Repeat. Bake covered in 400 F oven 30 minutes. An attractive dish A specialist is one who knows more may be made with carrots in one side and more about less and less until Mr. with one No. 2 can seasonal of the casserole and beets prepared he knows everything about nothing. cherries, Sprinkle Dobbs says. with grated rind and the juice of 1 the same way, in the other. The mere change in weather from orange; add juice from cherries to The real secret of success is workWinter to Summer is enough to war- cover. Bake in moderate oven (350F) Wash bright colored clothes as ing hard, being honest and just haprant a general car inspection, partic- 15 minutes. Combine cup quick quickly as possible. Colored clothing pening to on the spot when good luck ularly in view of the servicing neces- cooking tapioca, should always be washed quickly. breaks. cup sugar, sitated at this thime by changes in lubricants, detachment of heaters and defrosters, and the attachments of summer accessories. Probably foremost in the minds of motorists at this time is the change in lubricants, Mr. Dobbs points out. Engine lubricants should of course be changed to the proper grade especially prepared for summer operation. Likewise, the transmission and differential housings should be drained, flushed, and refilled with warm weather lubricants. A general motor "tune-up- " is one of the important phases of summer "car cleaning." This should include the cleaning, adjustment, and synchro nization of distributor points; the cleaning and adjustment of spark plugs; the adjustment of the carburetor and cleaning of fuel pump screen; setting the ignition timing; adjustment of valve tappet clearance; and Automobile oil is a good deal like tightening of the cylinder head and the average bank roll. The longer it manifold bolts. is used the thinner it gets. In extreme cases, engine valves may need grinding and the carbon removed. This operation so common a number of years ago still is necessary occasionally to insure proper car performance, Mr. Dobbs explains. While the summer check-u- p is in progress, the battery will be checked of course, and the terminals and the ground strap properly examined and serviced. Any defective lamp bulbs should be replaced. With an eye to safety, this careful motorist also will look to his tires, steering apparatus, horn, windshield wiper, and the cleaning of all glass on the car. The steering gear and all allied parts should be tightened, and the car wheels should be properly aligned, and all tires including the spare should be examined for fabric breaks or other weaknesses. Service and emergency brakes should be properly adjusted. "If the motorist will give these attentions to his car annually he will be amply repaid in better car efficiency and savings in possible future repairs," Mr. Dobbs points out. "The old maxim of the stitch in time still holds true. Even the best of cars toIII day must be properly treated if they MOOf S CHEN LEY DISTRIBUTORS, INC., NEW YORK CITY are to operate safely as they were . intended by the manufacturer." ' ' A man is always eager to help another man, if he sees a chance to help THIS AD RELEASED BY U. L. C. C. himself at the same time. Dinner "Modern automobiles do Veal birds with gravy, not need the thorough attention given cars of a escalloped potatoes, buttered carrots, few years ago of course, but in order head lettuce and cucumber salad, to get from motor vehicles the maxi- canned cherries with tapioca cream, mum amount of efficiency, service coffee, tea or milk. and safety built into them by car Canned Cherries with Tapioca Cream manufacturers, the motorist should Cover bottom of glass baking dish not overlook check-up,- " SCHENLEY'S Tre-approv- I KENTUCKY STRAIGHT VALUE DEMONSTRATION "Trade In Tremonton and Save" M j t Shop at G&Q) j Adam's Drug Store I jf PRESCRIPTIONS quick Service Quality Drugs Fair Prices 11 j Excellent Fountain Service ft We Serve You 14 Hours Every Day bt'J 7 a 'a m 1 CAR.AN1"'"" aafMil Lfc aft. AH- MONEY SAVE AND REST OF . GO! A. N0 tors I Alt'; WE RE i--ius 'idotlD DOWt , LET THE BIG ONES GET AWAYJ c5 - ;5" , , , .fr There are tricks in all trades, and fishing ia i exception. 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