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Anton J. Cermak, mayor of Chicago, who stopped an assassin's bullet fired at President Roosevelt about two weeks ago, died Tuesday morning in a Miami hospital His slayer, Guiseppe Zangara immediately was indicted for first degree murder. .1 VOLUME XXII NO. 39 Deputy Sheriff Gilligan Is Accidentally Killed Gun Club To Be Formed Tuesday MEETING LAST SUNDAY WAS MARKED BY A LARGE ATTENDANCE OF SrORTSMEN' The meeting of local sportsmen held last Sunday afternoon for the purpose of gathering sentiment as to the advisability of forming a club in Helskeet or per brought out a number of the trap-shootin- g boys interested shooting. in scatter-gu- n Plans at that time were hiad for a meeting to be held in the city hall Monday evening, March 13, at 8 o'clock, at which time officers of the club will be selected and plans completed for club activities. A representative of one of the local hardware stores also will be present at the meeting to offer detailed plans for the traps and oth-e- r data, and to answer such ques tions as may come up. OURNA l.E! Girl, 4, Saves Baby Sister r - A n v" ILL NOT OPEN BANKS J A radio dispatch from the national Capitol lute Thursday evening stated the proposed opening of the banks has been postponed until sometime next week. J babv sister in their isolated tarra Alone with her house near Killdeer, N. D., when iire broke put, Hazel Schafer ran into a smoking bedroom, dragged her sister from the house and then ran for help. The house was ttl&r destroyed, but the children are none the worse except for slight colds. Killdeer residents are trying to secure a Carnegie medal for Hazel, shown above with her Infant sister. Stores Will Close at 6 p.m. four-year-o- ld and served ad Marshal' at Sunny-sid- e from 1925 to May of last year when he was appointed as deputy to Sheriff S. M. Bliss. He was a veteran of the World war and an active member of the BUY AT HOME Price Legion post. He is survived by his parents, By J. A. Howell, State Chairman Utah Tax who make their home at Vernal; 1 C I. . f . In f - fhj- WwM'l til - tan. 1113 ji wwusuiius ' orf our oi me nower his widow, Mrs. Laurel Dukes Gil were under arms. Immediately following the arr.astice ligan, and five children, Lois, Max- - youth ine, Morris, Jeanine and Shirley they wen; gradually demobilized until there re, n n.. ' nl ; i i Gilligan, of Price; a sister and a tUa siiiuii inuiii- army wnicn now represents our :iat ::n brother, Mrs. L. Anderson and defense. Los Ralph Gilligan, Angeles. The body is at the Flynn funer This process of demobilization took place without flurry SUPPLYING OF WATER TO SPRING CANYON AGAIN IS al parlors in Price pending final and without resistance. The soldier returned to civi boys arrangements. . .' BROUGHT UP l;fo -3 U Y AT HOME eacni man Demobilize Our Politicians Community Farms Are Discussed PRICE FIVE CENTS Relief Wl easiires Take Form A ew Ad mimsira tion Assumes overnment nems Jr. 1 1 al- ways reliable. B v a' 4:30 p. m. Mr. Gilligan was born in Aspen, Colo., Feb. 22, 1S99. a son of Mr. and Mra.- Thomas H. Gilligan. He came to Carbon county about 1921 se-sec- A circulation which is Helper, Carrcn Coi ntv, Utah, Thursday, March 9, 1933 ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF REVOLVER CAUSES BULLET TO ENTER RIGHT TEMPLE Willard Gilligan, for the past 8 years a police officer of Carbon county, was accidentally killed at Price Wednesday when his revolver became discharged. The bullet struck him in the right temple ranged upward and to the left, lodging in the brain. Gilligan had been cleaning his revolver at his home about 7 o'clock Wednesday morning preparatory to engaging in regular target practice with Chief of Police Vernon Davis of Price, and State Highway Patrolman Arthur Heavener, when the gun in some manner became accidentally uischarg-- ' ed. He was removed to the Price hospital where he' succumbed at The Journal offers its advertisers as complete a circulation thru this district as it is possible to 1 o?! 39 H Past Week Has Been Series Of Much Interesting Activity PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DECLARES A NATIONAL BANK HOLIDAY EXTENDING THRU TO FRIDAY STATE LEGISLATURE MQKNJNG, MARCH 10 GOVERNOR BLOOD POWERS APPROXI- VOTES , MATING DICTATORSHIP reductions SOUGHT WITH ADEQUATE CURRENCY The happenings of the past week, commencing Thursday morning of last week when the state legislature voted a power equal almost to that of dictatorship to Governor Blood and continuing thru to Friday morning of this week when Effective Monday, April 3, the the national bank holiday is slated to be called off, have will business houses of Helper m such rapid succession that the average reader of the adopt a new closing hour of 6 p. m. on week days, according to a has been left almost bewildered. newspapers survey completed this week by On of last the oc-cur- ed William Ross, secretary of the Helper chamber of commerce. A later hour of closing on Sat urdays and evenings preceding holidays will be decided upon at a later date, possibly 8 o'clock. Thursday week, Balancing the federal budget; state legislature voted to Governor drastic reduction in governmental Blood dictatorial powers which expenditures, national, state and would permit sweeping control of local. Utah public funds. State Bank Holiday International economic readjustment Unification of relief activities. The following morning, Friday, National planning for and superGovernor Blood declared a five-da- y vision of transportation and comlegal holiday, suspending the to his own pursuit and midirs operations of banks, trust compan- munication and other public utilif1" ies, financial institutions and prin- ties. calling. The officer as well as the doughboy doffed his uni- At the request of C. O. Pickel, Projects to make the most of cipal functions of the judiciary, connected with the state health torm and put on his everyday working clothes. natural resources. and state, county govmunicipal board, the city council held a speAs stated, this tremendously big program of demobiliza ernments. Adjustment of population becial meeting in the council chamGovernor Blood declared "there tween industrial and rural secdon of our soldiers took place without resistance. Price lodge 1550 B. P. O. E. held bers Sunday afternoon for the no sudden change in the finan- tions. But during that same period of time when we were en election of officers at their regu is purpose of discussing the advisacial Assuring the public that the situation in Utah." rooms in at the lar meeting lodge bility of establishing community "The banks of this state," he nation will revive and prosper, he The activities of State Highway gaged in the world conflict, we had built up another, and Price Wednesday evenine, with farms on small plots of land. added, "are in condition to take stated: "The public asks for acthe following chosen for office: Mr. Pickel advises this plan has Patrolman Arthur Heavener and ven larger, army at home, composed of political office care of any normal situation or tion, and action now." other members of the have W. Aversquad Exalted ruler, Frank , been followed quite successfully is in the federal government and in the states that still is cerBanking Curb Is Ordered but with a widespread a from forth demand, protest ill; esteemed leading knight, C. A in the vicinity of Magna with ex- brought after Monday ones that if it were not for not demobilized. of has morning of this week been has been what tain knowledge Attempt hapmade to esteemed J attempt knight, Knobbs; loyal cellent results and many families President Roosevelt ordered a four in the western a truck states drivers other the demobilize these pening office many good A. esteemed holders who dm; in during the war lecturing Browne; formerly dependent upon assistis inevitable that Utah will feel day banking holiday, during which ance have been able to raise suffi motorists never would have gotten and became so thoroly entrenched that to date thev have knight, W. V. Pace; secretary, J it time transfer of credits, withut of the ditches along the road Bracken Lee; treasurer, Glen N. the effects of the crisis cient foodstuffs and garden truck ' over drawals of money and other prothe most successfully strenuous the mountain. opposed to three-year dislodge Nelson; attempts trustee, Clyde to meet most of their requirecedures were ordered discontinued. 1 The confianswers Heavener Patrolman governor expressed them. hev refuse to be demobilized. J. Roberta. ments and furnish a small workTho holiday extended from Mondence the that with this by saying that if it were not AT BUY proc holiday HOME ing capital. iney nave tasted the sweet fruits of public office, with lamation action, "granting' time day morning until midnight of Mr. Pickel also suggested Hcl for certain truck drivers a great its ease, comfort, never for banks to meet the critical sit Thursday. would have motorists security, perquisites and dignity which they many adthe consider per again might The holiday was manifold in its forced been into the ditch and uation, there need be no undue to intend of at the a suffer enjoy indefinitely expense long visability of supplying drinking goes purposes. It allowed weaker banks of the fear violators outcome." ahead ultimate right tagging water to the Spring Canyon com of the ing public. cessation from business with an traffic laws. Roosevelt Inaugurated Tnunity. It is understood the plan to recuperate; it sucThat is why the taxpayers of America are being called to opportunity endeavored Heavener Officer On of running water into the canyon Saturday morning, March 4, cessfully put a stop to market maa larie truck coming over upon today to raise ia.r,s 15 billion dollars to main Franklin D. Roosevelt was induct nipulations and approximately is entirely feasible but the city speculations for but the tain this ed into office as president of tha several office holders. Everywhere this payroll has of water supply at this time is deem- the mountain last week, and army days. driver truck felt pullplayful United such an States, and many rumors ed insufficient to meet ed out in the middle of the road. increased by leaps and bounds to satisfy this hungry, ever Eight Regulations were current that he would lose added demand. com tax state the The President's eight regulato horn of the Representing failing aggregation. no time in striking at the underincreasing The matter of community farms Honking Ofthe desired mission, K. J. Goodwin, assisted tions, specifically, follow: It is estimated that one-tent- h of our population are mem-ber- s by probably will again be discussed gain Mrs. Grace Cooper of Salt Lake lying causes of the depression. Limited reopening to accept new Heavener wheel turned the ficer With as himself and at the regular meeting of the city over to his president, of that vast army of mobilized office holders. With the were here at the city hall in Hel companion, crawled out Garner vice president. deposits subject to withdrawal as John council Thursday evening. several days this week for the President Roosevelt named his without restriction, the accounts on the front fender of his car and public treasury at their command, with armies of BUY AT HOME friends, per to be kept separately in cash or purpose of assisting those wish- new cabinet and called a indulged in a little plain and fancy relatives and other beneficiaries as allies to special support them in ing to file their state income tax in federal reserve banks deposited shooting at the ground ahead of new is the cab meeting. Following , or invested in United States oblithe truck. The third shot got the their campaign to remain in public office, they defy the com- - returns. now are located at the city inet: desired action and the truck driv- Oiiiea efforts of the people to call them back to Cordell Hull, secretary of state; gations. private life. hallThey in Price where they will reer pulled to oiie side and stopped Repayment in full on demand of And so the question: What are the people of Utah going main to and William H. Woodin, secretary of heretofore received by including Wednesday, the for his tag. deposits secH. treasury; George Dern, March 15. While most of the truck drivers to do to bring about demobilization in this state? any banking institution under an S. of Homer war; retary or legislative authority The senate Tuesday concurred are fellows of the finest sort, there The committee of nine, named by the governor and the Mrs. Cooper is well known and temporarily appointed as agreement friends in this vicinfor in an amendment to senate bill CI are a few who constantly refuse to legislature, have and full withmany enjoys segregation forth A. Farrecommendations to start this ity, attorney general; James brought nnd it now goes to the governor observe the laws and as a result having at one time been edi- ley, postmaster general; Henry A. drawal. of demobilization. Of course it will meet with inv tor of the former Helper Times for his signature. Handling of drafts for shipment, place all truck drivers under the process Wallace, secretary of agriculture; ban of public disfavor. Officer mcdite resistance from those who are on the public payroll and Price A. Swanson, secretary of transportation and delivery of food Claude BUY AT HOME stuffs. Senator George Miller's coal Heavener advises the highways in because they do not intend to step down and out or to be navy; Harold Ickes, secretary of measure which lecently passed in this vicinity eventually will be Free access of customers to safKISK WILL PKICES MARKET secC. Daniel the interior; Roper, the senate without a dissenting cleared of such drivers. This is a limited in their prerogatives or their emoluments. It is a clear ety deposit vaults. of commerce; and Miss retary vote, and which it is said would determination in which he ha3 the cut contest between the taxpayer and the tax consumer. Making change, but without la of Frances con Perkins, follow who Those market secretary out either gold or gold cerhave put the wagon and moral support of all right-thin- k Arguments, persuasions and entreaties will be found fu- ditions predict that the efforts of bor and first woman ever appoint- paying tificates. truck mines of Carbon county out ing persons. to the cabinet. tile. It will take weapons of a more formidable character. President Roosevelt to end the de- ed BUY AT HOME of business, met with rough treatCashing checks drawn on the President Outlines Policy As long as the taxpayers continue to supply the politi- pression and stabilize banking will ment in the lower house of the treasurer of the United States, but a in market cause Franklin D. Roosevelt took over not in gold or gold certificates. general rise cian with ample appropriations, just so long will he be able prices of commodities. legislature Tuesday when the bill the presidency of an .expectant nawas amended to exempt wagon Returning without restriction a'l BUY AT to continue his successful resistance. The answer, therefore, tion Saturday with a bold assur cash, checks, etc., received for demines, and passed. lies with the ones who control the purse strings. Inasmuch as the amendment ap PASSES TKUCK BILL ance of leadership and a pledge posit or collection after the last that he would demand wartime closing of business hours and not parently defeats the original in The program of demobilization can be effected only by if necessary to dissipate entered on the books. powers tent of Senator Miller's bill, it is The senate Tuesday passed the and the forces of depression. the should limiting be reducing the bill will appropriations. Why any bill presumed the Accepting in cash or otherwise for a special mileage Standing bareheaded on the spe- payments on account of notes or state institution, department, board or commission offer to tax providing source of much argument when it on all freight and passenger in constructed front platform other obligations due the banks. is returned to the senate for ap Utah's state budget was drawn lower its costs as long as the money is ready and forthcoming trucks operating on state high cially of the capitol, the newly sworn Utah liiink Holiday on bill been The has in the this proval in its amended form. week, ways. passed legislature up president told a vast throng of his On Wednesday morning. GoverMrs. Reva Beck Bosone of Hel calling for a total expenditure of by legislative appropriation.' to the lower house for approval. "ashe would countrymen that On the other hand, let the legislature place proper nor Blood issued a proclamation BUY AT HOME per in the lower house expressed $4,630,200, which is $10,000 less sume unhesitatingly the leadera fear of what action tne state than the expected state income for Utah's bank holiday unextending the available and the demobilization upon money CEXTK.VL GROCERY HOLDS ship" of the nation. iublic utilities commission would the year. til Thursday night of this week, follows. an terms He outlined in general THIRD ANNIVERSARY SALE thus the state holiday contake in raising the price of coal if The new bill gives Governor automatically eight-poi"line of attack" on form making When armies lay seige to a city, they cut off its supplies. the with national holiday. to restrict or curBlood the granted such power. power The Central Meat and Grocery economic problems, including "ede-quaWallace Way-ma- n tail The banks will open Friday in the various Capitulation follows. A careful study by legislative commitRepresentative expenditures and said but sound money," of this week is observing of Price introduced the departments of state and gives tees morning for the general transac into every department, every board, every commission, its Helper third anniversary in business he would submit detailed recom- tion of business with certain reamendment which would exempt him such other rights as may be every institution in this state that is supported from public by offering a number of excellent mendations to a special session of strictions. wagon and truck mines from the requireij to effect necessary bill. BUY AT HOME the of funds will show to what extent this demobilization should grocery and meat bargains in their congress. force Members of that congress were ad on page eight. BUY AT HOME BUY AT HOME take place. The appropriations should be made according to The Central Meat and Grocery on hand in full force for the inauBorn to Mr. and Mrs. R. Tuson JUNIOR ODD FELLOWS facts the was such out an brought by opened three years ago under gural festivities. They heard their investigation. of Helper, a fine daughter, Friday. LODGE TO I'.E OFENED leader speak unmincingly, at times Reduce the army of needless office holders and we shall the management of Messrs Joe as Mother and baby daughter are tho directly to them, again as and Charles is and Elegante well. today Hall motored to Salt have better government at less cost. doing very Henry to the nation, and more than tho one classed our as of finest HOME AT BUY city's Lake City Wednesday morning for too, as tho to the world. His that, down the of lovel actual grocery and market establishBring appropriations to the COMING EVENTS the purpose of assisting at the inwords went everywhere. Tuesday, March 21, being the ments. needs and of the army tax consuming, superfluous stitution of a boys Junior branch public While reserving details in the first official day of spring, the BUY AT HOME t March 11 Saturday, Moose dance, of the Order of Odd Fellows. He office holders will automatically vnnh .'r main for his message to the spe-ci- Helper chamber of commerce will COXnOENCE IN THE FUTl'RE was accompanied by Mrs. Hall. session which opens Thursday celebrate the occasion by giving a Rainbow Gardens. BUY AT HOME of this week, he plainly showed card party and luncheon in the March 16 Thursday, M. I. A. play Affairs of the nation during the L. L. Allied of Provo, repreExpressing a confidence in the his mind. In snapshot form, he set Grill banquet rooms. at Strand theater. NEW THEATER RATES past week have detracted from the senting the Candy com- future, the Helper Drug store, a hi3 aims to include: BUY AT HOME Mirch IS Saturday, Altar Socie- importance of the Japanese inva- pany, was a Tuesday visitor in drug store, this week of Stricter The Strand theater has an- sion of China. Itost banking, supervision tys St. Patrick dance, Rainbow Miss Edith Guerrie of Grand Allrt-Mr. in advises his in its advertisement advises it will dispatches Helper. Gardens. credits and investments; ending Junction i3 spending a few weeks nounced new admission rates for from the battle front Fhow he finds rash over the that territory tri;:i checks, entend credit where speculation "with other people's March 21 Tuesday, C of C card adults as follows: Friday to Mon- Japan has seized one of .the visiting at tho homo of Mr. and among peoimpor- a prevalent. and aid those who find money." Mrs. Joe Vigor. party and lunch, Grill banquet day inclusive, 35 cents; Tuesday, tant passes in the great Chinese ple nnd n belief that conditions necessary, the store merchandise of a that Assurance of "an adequate but rooms. BUY AT HOME Wednesday and Thursday, 30c. wall and still is advancing. soon will return to normal. necessity. sound currency." Soy your read it in The Journal. BUY AT HOWE Elks Elect Officers - Truck Drivers Are Tagged Income Tax Returns Made right-of-wa- Coal Bill Is Amended Cum-ming- s, , News-Advocat- e. Utah State Budget Set cur-t-ilmen- ts te Card Party March 21st el Kl'-rtu- home-owne- d d '