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A- I i THE LEW SUN. LEIII. UTAH It 9) Can tmeof I aid its cond tes, d dtbe xplabj Jeve story wenty reside: ssive term La le seat i and id aid d ?, tendsJ COU! i 1st to a iwitbta Ihorjl Js, Broi isurt SEOCll asurea antap E-RELil MODEM mfat dayW 6ot& snwitb' lint, HI OgM alone icble thi kTORY OF THa STATE KUAD 1909 - 1939 o H V. RICHARDS, Statistical Engineer By n i tlasstflcatton consists rito reimburse the (Continued from Laat Wcelt) In the Hayden-Cartwrlght Act ot June 18, 1934 which provided for (1) elimination ot all maximum cost per mile restrictions of form. F3 y through the Public er acta, (2) elimination ot all t fe?nStration. This second former restrictions upon Improve P which Is the subject mewts within munlclnnlltles. Unrip the first amendment Utah's mail mum proportion of Federal aid, now (1940) 76.42 percent. Is ao- Fa rcommlsslon for con-fJ con-fJ Ptormedunder .nh tne reuerut ...Hnn. is also of two and "special" , -regular" In the sense M'"L',.i tablishment and "'JKr long continuance of the piicabte regardless of project cost, i 01 s!ed6sys!em or "hlch ometlm UOO.000 s 01 ,J highways within the Per mile, and under the second it :JkiT system; and "ape- became possible to proceed more '-ilhia the meaning of transi- expeditiously with the improve- emergency eaeri a.u . ment of sute rQads and brld j 3r !T,i(pular purpose, all ol v IF rforlvntlnn. cmes. 'feonflned, necessarily to the since Its Inception appropriation j ,14 Highways or ejen to of regu,ar Federal M tQ a recent Kafirs, mi .u has been authorized In varying liirousu - - " ,,, auiuuuLa iui citu uacw year, ex-Loftlie ex-Loftlie States. Both nsnur cept aa ghowa 0Q Tabla D d , rr..al aids are aime in fh . i-nmor r. never lur , j. .1 if nupiu'""v--' 1 uuring laose years. j special ams aro . i" , tne years 1934 and 1935 due to the aelr aim anu i"" t large appropriations ot special aids , 7a. a reimbursement . wuuor lU0 iaw8 permiung en-UDade en-UDade as a reimDurse largment oJ the Federal M M Fk .pe ":..- i ho w ago one percent Increments (usinir ed.i the official 24,057 total road mile- ,m.t.-. iocaHon. ex- ns BS uasiai were auinonzea J successively In April. 1935 and :,,:;;; Vnbaa:i November, 1936. With the addi- on rir Anna tn account of extensions through Fed 7 il, and sDeciflca-1 eral reservations, the limiting mile rJSfitt'w becmw 2315.88, of which flnoiiv noon subse- ovemuBr a,J0' "ua ine 8 ftjfit'Soi ?Utht Clonal allowance of 150 miles, fcalty irprov Jwalt finarcompletion of ; 2288.95 miles have been designated. s ct but may oe maae worn aee Taoie u. n time, following the State's' Rn..Iai Aif, t:, payments to Its contrac- Coneresslonal a,i. S! fte reimbursement.) "e,n'fr8P"I a rexce;nor rtain Ped for the use of special ap- ' v0r0inaftBr described. IJy"aons w -UDUC XJOmam 11 tiui Bar Aid Urst Federal law approprlat- ndi to the States for highway States, on any main road through public lands, Indian lands, or other Federal reservations other than the National Forests. No contribution Iiction was the D'eaerai-aia "" -" i" let of Wis. A total or fewaj appropriated, over a PPoruoHmeni 10 eacn sucn state olfiva fiscal years, ana suh- " " U1 BUtu uua i tnn.0!10D in f7K nnn nnn the total thereof In all the States fportlonment to each State ; e"glble for participation under the le-tilrd on basis of popula-: "w- avvivuunuuu ua uceu xuaua iur nearly every sud-sequent sud-sequent fiscal year, usually in the amount of $2,500,000 with Utah's share about $255,000. Also in 1930 there was made an emergency appropriation of $80, 000,000, distributed In accordance with the Federal Highway Act to lie-third on basis of area, and i on basis ot miles of roads espect to the ratio of these t:e (actors in each State to States. This method of ap- ment of regular aid has con-wltbont con-wltbont change to the pre- Jis, due allowance being n 1 .' -. . d i i .3 C I . 1U J1CU VI OLilLB 1UI1U9 111 UUHUClIIg regular Federal aid projects, and In order to enable the States to continue their construction programs pro-grams notwithstanding losses in revenue due to the economic depression. de-pression. It was provided that repayment re-payment of this advance, in the form of deduction from regular Federal aid, should be made In five installments beginning in periodically for variations be used as a temporary advance lnay occur in the proportions u mileage and population. Me D following for total ap-tions ap-tions and consequent ap- pentJ to Utah for each year to date; Table A into in-to payments received by la each calendar year. Pro ws limited to roads an she mails were carried, and :a to fifty percent ot cost equal "to exceed $10,000 per mile! 1933. .mcilOn, exclusive Of bridges I A similar aflvnufn was mnflo fn Moot span. Projects in ' oyer 2,500 population could ! due to the continuance and sever approved for participation : ity of the depression to be repaid This original act did nnt i. an in.tgiimnnt v.nn.;nnir,n. n b , - " , 11. icu luoiiuiuicuia ucgmuiU5 in p lor a correlated federal losa aa of roads. The limlta- Hayden-Cartwright Act of 1934, OTlCipation tO $10,000 ner th oho ronnvmont r,rmriatnti vsro N revised by the act of revoked as to both emereencv aD- W00 per mile, that is to !?il?Ilects costinS not: grants to the States, except as to' M imzem nvo. )ftn i . ... . ..--. . .. . . iimn . oyau. cost utan i8t,i4i.7z, as lnoicatea .important aid to the West- jn the table by the reduced ap- were the nrnviaintia nf u . - 1A ttghway Act of 1921.! Tllo Art nf ZTincreasd0' Z 1933' ,n further aid t0 tie State3 W of palpation in tSe aPPrPriated $400,000,000 for high-Dmain high-Dmain stafpq ; f5ttoa ho. .i way construction. These funds 'than 5 percent of area in 1 COuid be used up t0 100 percent of W'ated public land-bv onP- cost3' includinS Preliminary en-! en-! " proportion whinh ,,t gineering. Aportionment to each Jni bore to the. fntM , , stata was made seven-eighths in "'ate. Thno (n ttu Z accordance with the Federal Highlit High-lit no!?.8' U,tah- wnere. wav Act and one-eisht on basis of one-half of the Stato'aPr "; Population. The apportionment to f 10 of federal particinatinn each State was t0 be exPentled one $M to about thI lialf of the total on the Federal aid 1 'tMn the $40 000 npr rnii system roads outside ot municipal- A farther notable rhanio ities' not less than twenty-five Per" , i cent, on extensions of these roads f deral aid svstem nf 1 throusH municipalities and not s forming a connect l ' more than twenty-five Percent on 'woughcut the Unit ! seconaary or ieeaer roaas on me i "Pon which the Federal i State 8ystem- Provision was made " to be exnonrt rnu.. i tor use of a portion of these funds " the Seven Peroonf I on landscaping or roadside im-W im-W th n,o,i eul i nrovement nrniects and this has -iwiuium mueasrpi ' , e&eh Stato no. is..rii since become a standard require- , "Rentage of tha tnt i ment Thls law and the regulation ea5e. In rrtoi. .,, . 1 : issued thereunder, and also those ?5nied in 1921 enTIa,0s . in connection with subsequent em- t"u nnn .nn.lnHnnfl l.ltlV ,DV. ulated hours and wages with the design of providing a wide labor base and limited the use ot machinery ma-chinery on all projects constructed .' ""es and th- v' , before. , ' V miles, madn fr,. aentu .u OULCes-u.to OULCes-u.to iting upletii th9 Federal roads on to the required i with such fund3' ?o total costs & ed re 'cfbrifl.. . - " in9 nsual r- but Tr, na 10 30-000 hres-Se4 t0 5.- , - vi ia25 pro (4) (To Be Continued) Bargains at i- of ..u")UtinS the iWl le to shnnM V Bniaxed totthBtOUl1 excdi naieSlh.way W" Federal re-4 re-4 ttiles of p ! aPProxl- ' fe;e tK'0 in Utah. Wefe accomPiisbd that will save you many a dollar will escape you if you fail to read carefully and regularly the advertising of local inerhants IN THIS PAPER Japanese School Children Salute Our Fla ' 4 "if If l -.N..Trrr,"r" --"TT'rWfVt rV T"" " 1 i - I ' filltr If . .,.! M JW I ' J 5 . JJ f 7 1 v LMijLiii'j?-'lnrllniili.-iir X 1 ll,1-l. , n "Tf rtunnnlill J ,Jt, Here Is a morning scene In one of the classrooms of the Moiliili Japanese language school In Honolulu, where the ceremony of saluting the flag as it Is performed in American mainland schools was Introduced recently. The Japanese children bow tn the style to which they are accustomed. There are 26 Japanese language schools In Honolulu. Is 'Your Number Up,' Mr. Young American? ''"'"'"' v w..i.i...i wyw.v..,..w..?( rV- Will Hl'IWUt' Wl. vxtwwv 'MM i it STGECSCREENADIO By VIRGINIA VALE (Rcleaied by Wtitern Newtpupcr Union.) TV, ARTHA SCOTT, playing V1 the role of a school teacher in "Cheers for Miss Bishop," amazed Director Tay Garnett by her understanding under-standing of the role. Miss Scott didn't think it surprising surpris-ing at all she used to be a school teacher, you see. She hails from Jamesport, Mo. The family moved to Kansas City, where one of her high school teachers, teach-ers, Miss Ida Lilly, was so convinced con-vinced that Martha had exceptional ability that she lent her the money to go through the University of Michigan. Martha took to college theatricals like a duck to water. She taught for six months after graduation, then went back to the university to become head of the property department in the college repertory company. The company's head, Thomas Wood Stevena, took an interest In her, and when he became be-came bead of the Bonstelle theater In Detroit she went along-. "If I am a qualified actress today, the credit must be given to Mr. Stevens," she says. Afterward she went to New York, where she, played in dramatized ghost stories opposite Orson Welles. More stock the engagement for the stage play, "Our Town" then to Hollywood for the screen version ot the play. After that came "The Howards of Virginia." Jisk Me Jlnolhcr A General Quiz Do you like stampedcsT Then don't miss "Arizona" if you want to see the largest and most realistic catUe stampede ever attempted in motion pictures. The 700 white-faced white-faced Hereford cattle were purchased pur-chased for it and rehearsed for Right: Judge Howard E. Davis, chairman of the draft advisory board for Philadelphia, with the historic World war goldfish bowl that left its resting place In Independence ball to play its role in the nation's first peacetime conscription. Left: James, Arthur and Timothy Dunn, three brothers who by an odd coincidence drew draft numbers 1, Z and 3, topping list of 3,425 registrants frpm Queens, New York. - , s 7 . Our First and Second Line of Defense r r II ? ' A" Trousseau irr (t ' Ships of the United States fleet are pictured during recent maneuvers off the California coast, as naval planes fly In formation overhead. Building Build-ing a navy second to no nation Is rapidly becoming a reality, as America prepares for defense and protection of the Western hemisphere against possible Invasion by the totalitarian powers. 'Sunshine' Made in New Jersey I 1 I A i I I A X , s , . i I ; , ' ' , " ; f - . - j... , .V ...... rvmrtf )- "tn,. -j JEAN AUTIIUU month; then three weeks were spent in filming it in Rattlesnake canyon, 18 miles from Tucson. Participating Participat-ing in the stampede with tha cattle were 150 Papago Indians and 100 American "pioneers," headed by Jean Arthur and William Holden. Remember Ingrld Berman, who won so many hearts when she made her one appearance on the American Ameri-can screen? You'll see her again In "Legacy," planned as one of Co lumbia'! most important pictures of the year. It's being produced by Robert Sherwood, The Quettlont 1. How long is the time from new moon to new moon? 2. What is the largest cave in the world? 3. Were other colored lights than red and green as stop and go signals sig-nals respectively ever used? 4. Where is the mountainous dis trict known as the Riff? 5. What is a chromosphere? 6. What baseball pitcher holds the record for the number of games won during his major league career? The Amwen 1. Twenty-nine days, 12 hours, 44.05 minutes. 2. The Mammoth cave In Ken tucky is, the largest. It contains more than 200 miles of galleries. 3. As late as 1925 street traffic lights on Fifth avenue, New York city, flashed yellow for "start," red for "caution," and green for "stop." 4. Morocco. 5. A gaseous layer surrounding the sun. 6. Cy Young, with 511 victories. Fifteen-year-old Delvlna Walker of Luray, Va., leans against ber 70-year-old bnsband, John Ilcflin. Recently Re-cently married, they took op residence resi-dence on bis big farm nearby. Flee War Zone ' ; ' f 1 1 ' if f I ; : - v. f j ..'-., IB 1 f I i i fy- vf ..v,; :. .j , . . . . . fai-f.Y,,m,r1riMH'n" in"''" . .t-a i-i.t- . h Wocf !ncrhnn!e Iamn c r Hihben. director or appueu uguvms l2 J:tSieH, to Bioomfield. N. J. shown with the 10.000-watt mercury laboratories f" h one-fiftb as bright as the surface of LTsuntUhougrencased In', cooling Jacket of running water, the SdiaTnsrom the lamp set fire to the wrapping paper. Adlam Ahmed, Turkish waiter aboard the Egyptian refugee ship. El Nil, grins as be bolds Moses Levitt, of Palestine, when the El Nil docks at Jersey City. Metro has a new series under way for you; it's called "Keeping Company," Com-pany," with Frank Morgan and Irene Rich in the father and mother roles, and John Shelton and Ann Rutherford as the young couple who keep company. The cast includes Virginia Weidler and Gloria DeHaven. Carol Bruce used to sell music sheets in the 5 and 10. Now she's on the air in Ben Bernie'i show, a star in the Broadway musicale. "Louisiana Purchase," and sings every night after the theater at the Waldorf Serf room. As if that weren't enough to keep her busy, she's studying dramatic art "Back In the old days, I couldn't afford dramatic lessons, to I studied by myself," she remarked the other day. "I stood In front of a mirror and made faces to go with the dialogue." dia-logue." She's gelling ready to go to Hollywood after Christmas, to make a picture on the Universal lot. Horace Heldt fully recognizes the necessity for encouraging talent within his band you know that if you listen to his "Pot o' Gold" program. pro-gram. He eagerly introduces the songs composed by Frankie Carle, the pianist, and he's delighted that the recordings made by Fred Low-try, Low-try, the band's blind whistler, are so successful; the record of "Tumbling "Tum-bling Tumbleweeds" has passed the 20,000 sale mark. , ODDS ASD E?iDSRotemary Lane it breaking away from the team the't been part of uiilh her usten, and will freelance ; the wants to have more time for radio. But you'll tee her with tha othert in "Four Mothert" . . . Lana Turner, Judy Garland and Iledy La-man La-man have tUirring role in "The 7Aea-feld 7Aea-feld Girr . . . "Gone Wiih the Wind" will lie available for general release at approximately half ill road thou price early in January . . . Mehyn Douglat hat timed a now long-term contract with Metro; he'l just finished "Third Finger, Left liana" with Myrna Lay , , . 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