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HOME OF THE WORLD8 LARGEST SILVER.LEAD MINES DEVOTED TO THE GREAT TINTIO MIN1NO DISTRICT VOLUME XXXIV EUREKA. .TIJAB COU NTT. UTAH. THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1940. HUSH OlKNM r. Wade Interviewed By L. A. Paper. I'M XT AT 1 We have an adequate aupply of the nonferroua metals, auch aa nine, x C. K. IlulKh, j Tupping rich atorea of domeatlc inHnls, the American mining indua- try 111 supply Without difficulty the natiou'a needa for the extenalve re- armament program now under way. Thia confidence In the extent of Amerlca'a natural resources and their ready availability, even In an emergency, wan expreaaed the other day by Jamea W. Vlide, to a Loa An- geleu Examiner reporter upon hla ar-rival In aouthern California. "I see no demand on the min lug of the I nlted Btatea that cannot eaaily be filled,' raid Mr. Wade, who in president and general of several large mining companies and other Induatrlea In MODERN I'AYKON. HTORAG1! prominent COLOR IDO MAKING KIIORT CUT OX HIGHWAY NO. 8. AMAZE A MBYINUTE SCIENTIFACTS ARNOLD theatre owner and operator of the Inu-r-- I mountain area, hai opened a new and modern bnaineu at Iayaon. It ,M a rold ,torMe and lorker plant therein persona can take rare of tkt,r ow meaBi poultry, fiub, etc., at aj sea80,a 0f the year, and alau mva fresh frulta and vegetables out 0f wson The quick room freexea theae ar- 4iPjel 0f food and once they are no the locker compartment prepared, Whrre each cuHtomer ha a locker of ,!la wn. kct.pa ,hcm ln pePfw.t P011 dlllon unt needed. The Iiew ator8(ce pant wta official-Induatr- y y opened on Tueaday when acorca of were abowil through lhe pjant by a repreaentatlve of the eral Elf.cfrIc CoD1pany. u lg icarn. and Eu. tht ellllrna of ccka have already ordered lockers ln he plant . In Lapland er copper and lead, and there will be no problem in producing them." "Through a plan of Importation and accumulation metala like manganese, tin and tungaton, not produced in quantity in this country, will be available in sufficient quantities for the government's needs. "So far, the move to prepare the Unlted States haa been alow In mak- Ing itself felt in the metal markets," Mr. Wade slid. The Industry at the .moment la feeling neither nor unusual proaperlty. it la function- Ing normally, although foreign met- here because of the ala, diverted war, are slowing the market to a certain extent and productions costs are high because of the tax burden and the demands of labor." of TREES ARE ISO YEARS ARE OLD, AND 45 OVER 120 YEARS OLD ,By The City. shape Double value- Word haa just been received from Colorada by representatives of Highway No. 6 that by the end of the year a new short cut for the highway over the Continental Divide weat of Denver will be completed. Thle will make the elate of Colorado a complete first claaa road from border to border. I The one link In this highway that la ,ln a way, hurting or reducing eoast to coast travel, la that at retch " In Utah state. The largest kill permitted from a point west of Eure-'.th- e ka to the Nevada state line.. Blow-- 1 will bo on the Fluh Lake national ness of the Improvement of this acc--1 Forest, ,whera approximately 9000 Uon of highway No. I la a matter doe permits will be given, The board alao Increased from 800 of concern from coast to coast, aa indicated by Information requests. to 889 the number of elk permits to I In view of the fact that thla haa he laeued, took action to open eleven been designated a military highway game preserve! to hunting, and pro-it- s only natural to believe that vlded means to distribute permitj something could be done to place It tor doe hunting in countlea where in condition for this purpose. 'applications for permits exceed the 'number allowed. The executive suasion followed n public hearing at which sportsmen and representatives of wild life as co rlatlona on the one hand, and atock- men and ranchers on the othor, presented their views on the number of doe deer and elk that should he announce.no official , Although lT0UPiS 7avond meat has been made public Mayor L dot,r t0 10.-pDeck the other day informed thla pa- - A lh. km of Wells Purchased Shark - At their meeting last Friday even- Farmers leasing ,n lhe members of the city council LAND t the tax levy at 18 mills, the same DERIVE DOUBLE BENEFIT, " or 1339, and thla was a AS THE SOIL CAPTURES Pleasing action ss far as the taxpay- NITROGEN TO CONSTANTLY era ere concerned for the reason that enrich itself f mny won,ler,ul Improvements been made that an increaae wo not bave been oul ot order- The resolution calling for the 18 . at I waa presented by Council- man Maynard Cronin, and passed by CSlIUg tbe unanimous vote of those prea- r tnt, who were REGISTRATION XWKNSIKY Carlson. Fairbanks Councilman McClaine waa absent or.1 PRIMARY. AT VOTE lO ! account of illness. Eureka people have been wonder- The amounts of the various funds ing, and so have the city officers As a reminder to those persona jnd who are not registered it might be re: contingent 5 mills, water ser- - members of the fire department, 4 vice mills, streets, sidewalks and what has been the reason for the de- well to state that all who vote at the 1 mill, main- uy in delivering the new fire truck primary election must be registered, drains 44 mills, sewer The primary election will be held on tenance of city hall 2 V4 mills, main- - which was ordered over four months ago and supposed to have been do- September 3rd and there are two tenance of library 1 mill. The setup- has been changed 'some- - Uvered last month. In regard to registration dates previous to that. what, in that the streets and aide- this a communication waa read at They are August 13lh and 17th. The runoff election will he held walks allottnient has been advanced last Fridays council session from mills and the library Lorenzo Smith and Son of Salt Lake. on October 1st and there are two from 4 to more registration dates before that; cut from 1!4 mills to 1 mill. representatives of the American company... staliug. that, they Feptomber. lOth.and 17th.. The gen- eral election will he held on Xovem- - Summer One Of Hottest And did not know the reason of the de- ker 5th and there are four more D lay but that they would make every Jn History. effort to have It delivered in the Kgistratlnn days before that date ' October 8th, 15th, 28th and 30th. shortest possible time. A . . . . . At the meeting Mayor Beck pre- Everyone should make sure their . . ,, , . . names are properly listed. Only a sided and Councilman Carlson, Cro- ffiW minutes time is required to do t anew- sum r.in, Fairbanks and O'Rourke lt h.beon a .Dring read- this. The registration agents tor roll call. ered After the the of moisture, and almost .devoid . are: Mrs. Mary A. R.Av inr . . . Ing of the minutes bills against the No. I. UlM KelU. 8ullle.ll lor No. J. eU, to lh. eloo.l el 930.41 -- en. ! d Mr. Lrd 1. Per,.- -, lor No. .odlled 0.4 ordered ld. In weather the government bureau A Check for $2,389. CO was recelv- thla city, saya that only a half inch ed from the .state road commission of moisture has fallen In the past CHANGE ROOMS NEEDED AT for Eureka's share of slate license three months, and at the eame time WAltM (11EEK, fees on nutomubiles for the pre int I1 year. The money will be used In an all time high. Why wouldn't It be a good thing period and maintaining the For Instance the moisture waa .09 Improving to start a movement for the erection ln Eureka. streets understood Is It for for .16 June and May, .25 for of bathing change room at Warm A t July. Thla frMni lhe lMah 011 Cre.,oc.tcdi.shortd1.Un,-ee.!,,iu.r ,g dur10 of mlnutM doxoua are of Qosnen. There pmloua periods Cumptiny wa read at thH tl!ne con. bather, at thia popular place every In thU time of the ,.erntnB the prlce of road otl. The rondUlo,nsmuP for lower than Eureka), tho weather ent Number 40 DO NOT A of BonES On land FRAMEWORK ! kad er that the .City and the Chief Coni. Milling serious over crowding of they j for the purchase of certain water lh DIFFERENT THAN . i rights had been completed. WHILE SWIMMING 11'1 "P. According to information the pur- -' in the SEA I 800 ,k per !?..! chase price waa 818,524.00, and all ai l"orknM,n a,ked ,MU haa been but 8524.00 paid. . For this .urn Eureka City I. now 1,B owner of the wtlla in Romans-viil- e half 3GSS10I1 ntunhen tor lhe whkh were pievlcualy owned k' ' L0"0,, under the ky the Chief Cona. Mining company, b .. lIso half owner of the water lines r.n. 1 lwt Creek dis- . . rl !l from the wells to the reservoir, anJ to IfiAi, C?nL.0n' all other equipment pertaining the operation of the wells. lanHJ,urir GraniavmrW,gi0? tery during July. 'range c . In addition to the sum above men- - .. Jj. . , The recorder, Franrla Anderson, , j. L M ...p. collections 1 over has the halt turned IICU til of 52.324.72, city . PP? reported uoo-'saJv-- " Interest In certain water filing which rtjm Hunt'in-to- -' and disbursements of f 1,491.24. nn Canyon The report of the treasurer, Mrs. it had In Homanavllle and whlcl- - naljonai i,11 , nAAA. ... . waa scheduled for development dur- forwrt 2500- Katie Towers, waa not submitted for IK iso total j . ' the reason that the hank statement Ing the present year. . . ...k "" lSSUCU for July bad not been received. People of Eureka should certainly "ntbera for the varloua feel grateful to Mayor Beck and hla council for the wonderful accora- WARDEN REPORTED Tt) HAVE -- nd ..L .. . .. ARRESTED KI HT1.KRH. plishments that have been made. A new water .apply, a new fire truck. 'A From flown Provo way.lhg. other and many other things, and In furs J5 bu,u 11(J o rowa M Mi C.Up- day a report was circulated to the f dll this added expense tho lax Irlct, noulh end, 125 bulla and 125 effect that Slate Game Warden Geo- - levy for 1940 waa not increased, cows; Fish Lake national forest 90 Cox had arrested a gang of rattle Lulls and 90 llsastnu district rustlers from LTtah county, who had DEMtKIlATH OF JUAIi (DlXTt . 15 bulls and 10cows; cows; total 455 bulla TO HOLD OUTING, not only been rustling cattle but at and 425 cows, for a grand total of the same time slaughtering deer In 880 elk. order to secure meat. Preparations have now been Doe permits will be sold this year Tho discommoding thing la that I'leted for lhe first annual Juab coun .. season even though the announcement has 7 Democratic Outing, to be held on w,,l coincide with the regular deer bee. publicized In the dally papers Saturday, August 10th, at waBOn October 19th to 29th. inclu- 10 lb. names of the offenders were not Dadandaon behind Mt. Nd.h the board ruled. Elk pcrmlta which voters the of all made public, the counv . 7) "ar0,,?,818!! That very thing has been going on are Invited. However, the general and to ln many aeclions of the stale for committee must know how many the season will he Vovemhi?r07lh,,Id years and years. Right here in the will be present In as much as a box 0amC Tlntic range or monntalna It Is no luncheon Is being provided for the preserves open fur hunting uncommon light to find the remains guests. thia fall are aa follows: of a yearling steer and in some in- - Specials Invitations have been ex- of wltll aye:i .. stances with ouly the choice portions tended to all candidates on tho Dem- r. , of the carcus Uken, and It la tho ocralle ticket, even to atatu positions. F1b 1939; Stansbury aa anie ln the case of deer. The oth- - and theae Invitations guarantee " of 1937. 1938. 1939; Heaston west er day. the leg of a small deer. wa. eplendld program. 'of Tooele side; Wasatch; Para wan a. .and ruragonah; Provo and Mt. mJlItV whVeV iffRhIo.nd l.necesiry D mu- Mosul, of lh. A special order waa given by the automoblua. state road commission, for Informs- - made when conviction board to the slate fish and gnmo de Warn. 7," Creek 1. a popuar place for and one of th e eighth dryest. In the Uon for they are deinM!r,te and prear- -' confernijlg road report from J. B. Campbell, the purtment to coniact residents of tho all Tlntic people, also those from El- - hivtory of this state. conncft passed an ordinance ranged violations of the law. ft ia T,e The old addage of What goes up bi thin Violations Beorer lhow a very clow race in Kamaa and lloytsvllle urea to de- r berta, Goshen, Genola, Santaquln 'irg7rirn.n JJ must come down. Is causing people Tlntic softball league. The stand- - termlne what action, if nny. should and some from rayaon. abn relative lo trea--a rrifnanrL nnJa IK--- - In ,na bMow ,nclud Fames from the It appears that a project under of Eureka considerable concern, for b7 Hm on farm lands. The 17lh r Jun to lh 5,h r August: 7 relief work program could be made a Hood at this time would do a lot th' pa Av bosrd requested a report and will O W L room, of damage. In fact flood, d.msgs np whereby proper change Councilman Carlson reported. that game violator, should they are ,n he Ter3r everything and thereto could be constructed futuro the county bo more aevere. Details of the plan for drawing of In view of the fact that this popu- - not hoped for. On the other hand a commissioners np"rwould discuss the doe permits were drawn up by the Tj 7 Is In Utah county steely drlxxle of rain would certainly S might Seward for Juab county be appreciated by all in the Tlntic board. The plan rsils for applicaEmployment Information Is tions for doe permits to lie made In state. entire the and District neverlhelhatiUndby' rvUe Dom the Glyen 0n people to put It oyer, bnt the counties whero the Individual less work along might he p Eurek, Mre Department would be Office. hunters wish to hunt. Applications at Work Reporter Notary UUh mines, excluding coal mines. the movement. BkM up gtandby MrTire mifana ill he received In the court houses sale Blanks for and men 3217 Legal Mining c,nP7rd underground . . that the county would contribute a of each rounty aff.-cteUtah. frt ui 8ep Eureka. at Office. on knd th urfare a7m"' be 1,17 latter Reporter certain each "month" forhe cut in ,ncud,n 1938, mines, open 'Death-Ra- y Gun9 maintenance of the department anu where the applications exceed the figures Just re- In return the department would an- - ccord"R of permits allowable, public ' number r bjr ,be bu,reau ewer all calls outside of the city will be held In the court PROSPECTOR MODERN drawings naThe for the oal employment 4 limits. It I. understood that an ar- - .. houses on October 3rd at I a. m., un,n rangement of thla kind ha. been en- ,CPP?r der the supervision of the local " l18l'00,1Iln tered into with Utah counly, which newspaper, local wlldiire fidcnillon ln !.. lor .h. E.rrk. Hr, U,w,m.ot and conservation groups. lo answer to fire calls from llnmas-villNorth Lily, Dividend, Elherts LEGION WILL IXSTAl.l. NEW and Goshen. . . , The various rlty officers present- - , n RM HATURDAY. OFFICE deereaae f roup r ac,h ed report, for the month of July lmlnary which showed that the city Is being 5;f0,t The newly elected officers of the in 1139 considerable ; operated In an efficient munner and over 1935, hut not npgains ", the levels American Legion. Arthur t:. Sullito Hie satisfaction ot the council. . van Post No. 34. will he (nMnlled on Watermastrr Fred Garbett report- - 0 Ealurday evening, August loth. ed the purchase of 199. 9S0 gallons an m;,. . . vt-- v It is str.lcd that slate department tji Hlt of water from the llomansvlllo wells and dlstrlet offlrera will he in at a coat of $99.98. and that the Sales Tax Collections. and that a fine program cost of operating tho city well was has been arranged for the occasion. 377.47. Utah gasoline tax collections went All Legion members are urged to bs Justice Fred Dlttmer Imd 8 cases to an all time high in July of 8J90,-I- n In attendance. his court and all were convicted. 144.79, compared with $155,097.84 7 of the offenders paid flm-- of 858 ln the same month of lust year, scal'd one was committed to Jail. The cording to a report of the state tax Peculiar problems of a proud, snm of $85 was collected but the commission. The previous high mark SUI Harden, M, of Rangeley, runrlllioua price. What made him difference came from an assignment was $384,990.81 in September, 1138. Maine, a sideline prospector for 3 challenge his cousin to meet hint In taken on a previous fine. Suits and use lax raliectlons for years and whe has already staked a law eourt Instead of the field r 8. II. Alherley, chief of police and July wera 8707,706.80, an against aeveral claims, Is shown with his honor and why did he demand Bakersfield. Calif.. Investor. Is shown, street supervisor, presented a report $138,083.78 in the tame month of scientific divining . rod," .an m- - that his cousin's two wives, past and Millon McWhorter, had been which showed the usual arilvlty in last year. In each lnstanre the fig- - scope'' or Instrument that combines present, quit railing themselves left, chatting with a rrporter after hla cabin, hisbackground, death-ra- y who gun" that these departments with tho cost ures represent two months collec- - 0 radio traosmltier and receiver. It princesses r Read about this royal destroyed broken Into by unknown persons remaining at tho overage, tlona, since a law passed by tho 1939 la claimed that the Instroment will rumpua lu Tho American Kcrkly, McWhorter had perfected for tho national defenao. The Inventor claims thereto flock of a and bull R. D. Runnelia reported leglslatu 8 killed Sexton In the while Uget experimental provides that sale, and detert tho presence of mqfala In the tbs magaxlne distributed with next hi device, tarth. three burials in the Eureka Cemo- - use taxes shall bo paid bimonthly. of two miles. week'a Loa Angelea Examiner. range , gl lease IniPrPSlinP appear much v. .... 5p ! n n LOUIlCll V la' Till Held! . n " ,nn" - jjjjjjjf - .. S : fr I- i ? f't " lt, . .jfT 'f" !l a.!e r aA', .. tatajku baenln ,w' " " srr'i.'YbVid' sis 1 " ... .... n,, Im!?! Tiin-panogo- faPanfrtewak!h!ru 22? ? Pa d llis Liquidated led 5:; n' I ."T, ? e. .... l ....