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BEAR MYEE VALLEY LEAD EE NUMBER TREMONTON, UTAH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1933 Tremonton Expeiences Isolation rts A. E. HOLMGREN INTRODUCES A For Short Time Tremonton has experienced the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph County to Oppose S. P. Application FARMER BROWN Anderson Announce GIVES INTEREST- The Arrival of a Girl To Close Track NEW TAX BILL ING TALK TO LIONS Bill Calls for Payment Of Taxes On Install- Tells of Importance of Sugar Industry; Calls For Loyalty to Cause sen- TWENTY-THRE- E "Consistency Thou Art A Jewel," When it Applies to Gasoline Prices For the past year and a half the Announcement is made of the arCounty Attorney Lewis Jones was business men, and particularly the directed by the Board of County Com- rival of a fine baby girl at the home Lions club of this city, have endeavormissioners today to appear before the of Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Anderson, is concerned, during the past week. ed to get an adjustment between the Interstate Commerce Commission in 263 Bishop PL, Salt Lake City, fori gas prices of this place and Bear Ri Every road leading into the city was of the this of to the merly city. application opposition blockaded. The road leading south, ver City and Brigham City. The reBefore the baby girl came to gladSouthern Pacific Railroad to close its The time. short for only a however, born were den sons their home four and Kelton between Lucin, port given by Mr. Theurer in the trackage roads east, west and north are still Lions club Wednesday epening, after the grounds that the granting to them and then ten years elapsed beupon blockaded so far as auto travel is conof that relief would be detrimental to fore the arrival of the girL calling upon three of the main comcerned. The east and west roads are was not at all encouraging The joys of the Andersons knows In introducing S. B. No. 22, the the public interest, and particularly M. P. Ogden panies, Brown, and very difficult to even travel with author sets form that it provides lor the interests of Box Elder County in no bounds and their many friends in farmer and businessprominent it that it is just another appears man and widely ; sleighs. installment payment of taxes (but vol- and to the continuation of the present this community share in their happi- known among farm circles, was the stall. Reports from the school children are untarily). It also provides for a dis- service. ness. According to the estimates of a speaker at the regular luncheon meetto the effect that because of the huge count of five cent in January, oil dealer here, the grantof per the Lions prominent club, ing Wednesday of ups and downs in the road many down until the taxes bethis of He club the graduating was to adjustment would mean in ing evening. brought T. them become sea sick in their travels come This inducement to the of $15,000 to the oil delinquent. the of neighborhood the efforts through agriculture to and from the schools in their the individual taxpayer; and this incommittee with J. L. Weidman as its company and of course would mean sleighs. ducement of early payment by people chairman. Mr. Weidman introduced just that much in savings to the purHuge tractors are at work on the who can and desire to do so, will react the speaker, who he said would tell chasers of gasoline in this community. west road and nearly a hundred men to the public benefit, preventing by Uie club something of the problems Here is the inconsistency of the situon the east road trying to get them the ation as it stands. One of the large issuing of tax anticipation bonds Since the article that appeared in of the farmer N. T. Spangler tells the prize story open. the year bearing four or five in early Mr. Brown opened his talk by citing companies in this community ships the Leader last week concerning the To aggravate the cause a new snow cent interest, or in other words, of birds and butterflies. For the past per in the some here the of attitude of the early founders of their oil to Garland and then ships it month have came hundreds robins the more than six inches, dogs poisoning fall of by to give the individual tax it proposes visited the valley but only one came city, a number of prominent sheep this state, who said that the people back to Bear River City,, going thru Wednesday night. The snow was with a thread in its mouth, to which and cattle owners of this community comprising the commonwealth of this this community each way, and when it light. also of the It bonding grants company. on and the county have made their views territory would have to be self sup- arrives back to Bear River City it is come up beno hoped relief to the delinquent taxpayer a butterfly was attached, sitting sold for lie per gallon less than here. back to of the bird directing it the known concerning the dog situation. porting because of the long distances cause the work of opening up the a reduction of interest rate the In Logan, where the freight rate is through There is no question but that there is from the markets. It was because of roads will have been all for nothing. d from twelve percent to eight per cent sheds of the beekeeper. at of a cent higher per least two the this sides the to the theory, dog question, speaker said, that Nate says, the robin made his sheds than it is sold for lie a per annum. In the opinion of some here, gallon President Wilford Woodruff, after same as all other questions. less. actual freight rate The people, this may not suffice but it its destination and in the cover of gallon as The other side of this question, many discouraging reports adverse to between here and Bear River will help some. The regular legal in- night he went out to capture the City is is lamb feeder told the factories a of by prominent establishing sugar terest rate in the state is eight per strange pair but was successful only of fraction a cent the and a only yet to that in spite of repeated warnings here, nevertheless, went ahead and of this commodity are comcenti to nave Pced it lower than in getting the butterfly which he car- his purchasers were Lehi the whose erected dogs killing neighbor, sugar factory. WASHINGTON, D. C Production the regular legal rate would jeopar- - ried into the house and is now there a cent and a half. more. pelled to his the dogs were not kept up Mr Brown pointed out very vividly, To the pay of this of a souvenir program more attractive dize the coiiection of taxes in this for anyone who is from Missouri, and at sheep, and came people community it is to and corrals his and informative than any ever issued gtate nights in his discussion ot tne sugar industry, an outright injustice to the purchasby the county treaSurer, for the who believes only when he sees. slaughtered his sheep. The killing of its value to the prosperity to this er as well as the xn years nas urcu urinmeu larger corporations 0f this state would dispensor. It appilous the sheep was not the big loss. It state. He told of the struggle of the upon by the Program Committee of itakp advantage of anv lnww rate and the that pears only way to settle this Co. came in the fact that the sheep, by farmers in securing a fifty-fift- y the Roosevelt Inaugural Committee let their taxes conmatter is for the city to put in a lapse. bethe attackes by dogs, for the inauguration of Franklin D. repeated tract, which is now in force and said pump. The time has arrived to do it came so restless and frightened that that all were S. B. No. 22 Hoosevelt and John N. Garner. By Mr. Holmgren agreed that it was a and the next move should be by the The program will not carry any ad- An act to provide for the payment of they milled about the corral and fair and equitable contract and furth- oil companies and not by the citizens Attorney John Adams, W. H. Bar would not eat, and thus an entire win- er remarked that if all contracts bevertising but will be entirely devoted property taxes in installments, to nard and Jess Rock, together with of this community, who are discrimiter's feeding was almost set at naught tween manufacturer and grower were to events of the Inauguration listed provide for a discount upon propernated against by this unfair differenCounty Attorney Lewis Jones were in by the loss sustained in the fat lost as fair there would not be the distress hour by hour, including the cermonies ty taxes in installments, to provide Salt Lake tial. of last week appear- by the sheep when they would not eat. Friday at the Capitol, the line of parade, for a discount upon property taxes among farmers, because of commodity ing before the House Revenue an One feeder said it had cost him i3 today and gave chronologically listing the various in and of advance paid delinquency, Taxation Committee in favor of the $500 this winter, because of the at- prices, that there units, and the Inaugural Ball. It will the spread between illustration to reduce the rate of interest upon as an exemption of farmers from payment tacks made on his sheep by dogs that the be profusely illustrated by approxiper of the gasoline tax. It was price of wheat and bread. One delinquent taxes from 1 half-tonS. brought are allowed to run loose. For that bushel of wheat will make 64 loaves and and pen mately forty month to 8 per annum, and out at the hearing that it cost the reason he has followed his lawful of ink sketches, designed to portray the Instead of bread. Section per6015 Compiled getting fifty amending dry farmer $5.00 per acre in right by placing signs around his cent the farmer historic events published, among which Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by average gets a little better Austin C. Seager and Harry Woodto fuel till his and he that is was ground the people that he are "The Passing of March 4th," by than three percent, or three loaves. Chapter 119, Laws of Utah, 1919, being unjustly charged with the gaso- place warning ward of Tremonton, are members of J. Fred Essary, Baltimore Sun; "The ami as further amended by Chapter line tax thereon setting out poison to protect his inThe speaker told of the competition the Utah State Agricultural College the time at present terests from the attacks of dogs. Story of Inaugural Balls," by David - 97, Laws of Utah, 1923, and Section It was also with the free movement of sugar com- chorus and orchestra which is workpointed out that certain This is only one story of a numbr Rankin Barbee, Washington Post; 6023 Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, ing into this country from the Philip- ing under the direction of Professors now are since airplanes being exempted of the same kind that has come "The Story of Inaugural Parades," by as amended by Chapter 122, .Uaws from the law and is being Richard Condie and N. W. Christensen by force of court deci- the article of last week. It is found pine Islands, duty free, Ernest G. Walker, Historian; "Forof Utah, 1919, and Section 6024, sion. coast to this on hauled truck the from by Faust, to be given by mer Mistress of the White-House- ," that the German police dog is the state. He said that last Saturday in the the operastudent Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917 College body during the work. vicious in the offender this con to Ameribill Opponents proposed by Miss Eleanor Connally, of greatest Lake Salt wrapwinter Phillipine City oUgar, quarter. can Red Cross; "Washington's His- Be it Enacted by the Legislature of tended that if the same is passed, a It would appear, therefore, that peo- ped in paper bags 10 pounds each-s- old The opera Faust by Gound hag been toric Landmarks," by George Rothwell the State of Utah: great abuse of the privileges sought ple who value their doga should see to 39c. He told the club that produced in Poland, France, Germany, for awn, Washington Herald; "Sketches Section. Section 6015, Compiled to be extended will result, and that it that they are in their kennel at their protection from buying foreign Italy, Russia and England; It was of Roosevelt and Garner," by the Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by every farmer wijl not only run his night and not in the field of another sugar would be to demand sugar in first nrndjirPrl in Airmripn fn 1fifi3. Tfc Publicity Bureau of the Democratic Chapter 119, Laws of Utah; and as tractor and stationary engine on gas man destroying his property, other- Utah-Idah- o cloth bags and to accept won immediate recognition, and has National Committee; "Sketches of further amended by Chapter 97, Laws exempt fuel, but his automobile and wise they have no recourse. no other. been given many times since throughMrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Garner." by! of Utah, 1923, is amended to lead as trucks as well. talk on the sugar out the nation. his In concluding After a full hearing, the committee J. R. Hildebrand, Associate Editor, follows: The production, although difficult, County-Wid- e industry, he said, this industry pays National Geographic Magazine; and Section 6015. All taxes, except took the matter under advisement. for is being very aptly handled by the in $8,000,000 $3,000,000 freight, other nationally known authors. Sat- beets and $2,500,000 for labor. Aside those otherwise specifically provided A further brief description of the for ( ) unpaid ( ) at 12:30 o'clock from this, it requires one pound of and Mr. Woodward have had considProgram shows it will contain a pic- noon on the 30th day of November, Next Saturday, February 18, county-- coal for every pound of sugar produc- erable high school experience in opera ture of the Roosevelt family of four or it ( ) that day falls on a Sunday, wide Andairy meetings will be held in ed. This being the case the sugar production. Mr. Seager is a fresh generations, pictures of the past or holiday, then at 12:00 o'clock noon Box Elder county. County Agricul- company purchased for last year's run man and Mr. Woodward a junior at thirty-on- e Presidents of the United on the 29th day of November of each tural Agent R. H. Stewart, has called 500,000,000 pounds of coal. the college. Both are registered in well as as views of States, airplane year ( ) following the date of levy the first meetine at 10:30 a. m. at He called upon the merchants to the school of arts and sciences. the National Capital and a map of the are delinquent, and the county treasThe 79th birthday anniversary of the Lions Club hall, Tremonton, and not make specials of farm products, Wayne Gunnell of Howell, is a metropolitan area as a guide to visi- urer shall then close his office for the George W. Tremon- the second meeting will be held at which, he says, has become a practice member of the chorus that will also East of Brough, tors. It will contain 64 'pages, 8i receipt of taxes until he has prepared was celebrated Wednesday the the county court house, Brigham City, in many instances, selling it below the take part in the rendition of the opera. inches by 11 inches in size, bound in his delinquent list for publication. All ton, their home. Members of the at 1:30 p. m. at Max Beal, son of Mr. and Mrs. 8th, price he paid the farmer, which, of three-colo- r effect (Red, delinquent taxes shall be subject to a a beautiful diC. the of Dr. Jones dairy Roy were the occasion. for course, beats the price down. Many George S. Beal, is again registered in present white and blue) cover and will retail penalty of 3 of the amount of such family Not all the children were able to at- vision, Washington, D. C, and Prof. farmers are accused of not skillfully school after an absence of several for 35 cents. taxes and the amount of taxes and tend, owing to the blockade of the George B. Caine, head of the dairy operating their ground, he said, but years. He is registered in the school The inside back page of the Pro- penalty shall bear interest at the rate roads. department of the Utah State Agri- statistics show that where manufac- of arts and sciences. gram will be for the autograph or any of 8 be the speak- turers have attempted to grow their per annum from the 1st day Mr. Beal is a returned missionary A sumptuous dinner was served to cultural College, will Senator, Congressman, Governor, or of January following the date delin ers. Outlook data, butterfat prices, own products it has always cost them of two years ago. Since his return the guests. any other dignitary that the respec- quency until paid. and other matters vital to the dairy- far more than they paid the farmer the major part of his time has been tive purchaser may desire. ( ) Any board of county commis men will be discussed. for them. spent in farming. He has also spent RED-BLOODEThrough special arrangements of sioners may upon a petition of not less D Mr. Brown a considerable amount of time in the In his talk, closing the Inaugural Committee, this will be than one hundred taypayers, by pro gave the members of the club a prob- various church organizations. the only Program published and it is clamation, extend the time when tax lem He is active in various school actft solve with respect to the abilM. designed, to cover all events of the es shall become delinquent from the of the farmer to pay at the pres- tivities since his enrollment at the colity the Ball. 30th day of November to 12:00 o'clock day, including Inaugural ent price of commodities. He told of lege. Gripping Story Of Crooked :x: All net profits the General Inaugu noon on the 20th day of December, or Ideal hiring a plumber for one day, at $1.00 Trust the Next Wrestling Committee realizes from the sale if the 20th day is Sunday of a holiday, ral Tuesday night, following hour, the prevailing price and with SOCIAL NOTICE Vehicle For Wallace of this Program, as well as the In- - then at 12:00 o'clock noon on the 21st regular M. I. A. meeting, the drama- per commodities he raised it would the will M. I. the tics A, of present club, ? augurai uaii receipts, win be donated day of December, provided, ( ) that Beery roads Owing to the snow-blocktheir first three act drama of the sea- take the following to pay him off for to charity. said proclamation of the board of of the labor: one 3,200 pounds day's me vaney, we isorxn tfox The Inaugural Committee solicits county commissioners be son. tnrougnout in published Madison Square Garden. Thousands The play is a comedy drama of col- onions, or 32 bushels of wheat, or 32 Elder County Farm Bureau give nothe cooperation of the executive sec- a newspaper of general circulation in of fans the gong for of peaches, or 80 dozen eggs, tice that the farm bureau social and excitedly waiting retaries of associations, fraternal or- the county in which said extension of to sound the start of a world's cham- lege days, entitled the "District At- bushels 40 or pounds of butter, or two or three banquet has been postponed until Satis invited to atganizations, clubs and societies every- time is made for at least two issues match. In one cor-n- torney." Everyone of milk. barrels pionship wrestling in the where to secure group subscriptions before November 1st, of the year in tend mutual and participate urday, March 4th. the champion, confident, smiling. For an appendix operation, costing Further annoiirwMYirtita nf iha nm. the entertainment for their respective memberships in which said taxes are to be paid. following Across the ring the challenger, who evening's $100.00, it would take 600 bushels of gram will be given in a later issue. class periods. advance of the Inauguration. In all cases where the county com' has agreed to "throw" the match. wheat, all that could be produced on The admission is free. Further, since the Program will be missioners shall evtend the time when 30 acres of ground. In making these have the friends The of challenger of unusual historical interest and may taxes become delinquent, the time for Following this activity in the same during the evening pertained to the well be used as a reference work for publishing of the delinquent list and wagered their all on him. If he throws week, Saturday, February 25th, the comparisons, the speaker said he was reports of the committees of roads and not criticising the price asked by the years to come, plans have been com- the time for the selling of the county the match they lose everything. kill-If Junior Girls and Vanguard Boys are major activities. The road committee he arrest for face must wins he plumber or the doctor but was atwhich at a character ball, had pleted for publishing a Special De delinquent property shall be extended sponsoring to show the ridiculous plight reported that during the day they Luxe Souvenir Inaugural Edition. 20 days from the dates now provided ing the wife's treacherous lover. What prizes for the most beautiful and the tempting the called the who referred governor, shall he do? That is the dramatic pro- most original costume will be given. to which agriculture has been forced. matter to This Edition will be strictly limited by law. state road the commission, To pay $500 taxes and interest it blem which Wallace Beery answers in to copies reserved in advance and each who in turn communicated with the The county treasurer may accept would a of the wrestling require all the wheat that could road committee the result was "Flesh," story copy so reserved to be numbered in and credit on account against taxes be raised on an 80 acre farm, all the order of the subscriptions with the becoming due during the current year racket which plays Sun., Mon., and caterpillar was sent here to open cost of the work and cost of seed Theatre. the Tucs. at Liberty name of each subscriber imprinted in at any time before the levies are made the west road. which be would to have thrown in, for gold on the lower right hand corner payments in accounts of not less than Alma Theurer reported the meetthe farmer would receive nothing, BIRTHS OF THE WEEK of the front cover. The Special De $10 or any multiple thereof, and the had with the oil comAttention was brought to the fact ings they had The Ladies Farm Bureau will meet Luxe Souvenir Edition will be hand- discounts hereinafter with to the for respect panies provided at O. C. Richardson's, west of Tre-- i that farmers and business men fail of gasoline prices betweenadjustment somely bound in a blue flexible bind- shall be allowed on such payments and here and CHRISTENSEN Mr. and Mrs. Jos2 to ask for the brand of products that 24th, at February monton, Friday, He ing and inscribed by the Chairman of credited against the tax thereafter beBear River that a City. reported of Bear River, eph Christensen the Inaugural Committee; namely, coming due. Aftef the levies are made, p. m. Canning of meat will be taken they help to produce and that all too they called upon the Continental Oil born February 11th. boy, such ofter the great majority of goods Jlear Admiral Cary T. Grayson. It the treasurer may accept payments on up at this meeting. Shell Oil and the Utah Oil C. E. Miller, on the merchant's shelves are of a Company, will retail for $2.00 net, postage paid. account of current taxes in sums not MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Company. They were promised that of Penrose, a girl, born, February foreign brand. Mail orders will be filled promptly less than $10 or would be taken up and the the matter any multiple thereof, 13th. The talk delivered by Farmer Brown the Program will be sent to any or the full amount of said tax remainto as their decision. given report was one of the most educational and address in the United States or ing unpaid at any time before delin- BARNES Mr. and Mrs. Myron W. The program for the club activity Febbeen ever that sensible talks has born Barnes of Elwood, a girl, given Canada, postage free. quency and the discounts hereinafter before the club on agricultural pro- was outlined by President Bishop. 14th, ruary All communications should bo ad- provided for shall A large membership was present. such each to apply blems. It was greatly appreciated dressed to. Rear Admiral Cary T. payment according to the date when HALES Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hales All but three of the enrolled memby the members. of Riverside, a girl, born February in attendance. Grayson, Chairman, Inaugural The business conducted by the club bership were On 10th. Page Four) (Continued Washington, D. C. sation of being cut off from the rest of the world, so far as highway travel ment Plan N. Cattle and Sheepmen Spangler Tells Tell Other Side of the Prize Story of the Birds and Butterfly Poisoning of the Dogs ! iR Jl one-thir- Souvenir Programs to Be Made of Inaugural vt.tTt Committee From JFavors Gasoline Bill Valley Boys Are Active In U. A. C, at Logan es Dairy Meetings Called, George W. Brough Feted on 79th niversary, Wed. "FLESH," DRAMA I. A. NEWS ed er rge NOTICE NOTICE i Com-jmitte- e, All stores will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, Washington's birthday.