PAGE SEVEN BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1935 that it seemed no compromise was Economic Highlights HAPPENINGS that Affect the Din- -, ner Pails, Dividend Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual. National and International Problems Inseperable from Local Welfare. An April 8, Congress, at the request the President, passed a bill appropriating $4,880,000,000 for work re- of lief. At that time, Mr. Roosevelt stated that by July 1 all the nation's unem ployed who were able to work, would have federal iohs. and would be nff the local relief rolls. July 1 came and passed. More than $400,000,000 had been approved for 474 projects, yet not a single man had been nut to worlr. The reason is First, and most important, the works program is supposed to employ 3,500,000 men for one year. If that is done, the cost per worker, including materials, must be held down to the very figure of two-fol- Good Tilings To Put In The Picnic Basket! possible. . d: A fortnight ago the President stepped in and provided a partial Settlement to the problem. He decided the question of jurisdiction by outlining which projects are to be controlled by Mr. Hopkins, which Mr. Ickes. Result: All projects involving the expenditure of less than $$25,000 are to be handled by Mr. Hopkins; all those costing more, by Mr. Ickes. For example: If the President approves the building of a canal, Mr. Ickes will handle it if he says yes to a ditch, it will be done bv Mr. Hopkins. Mr Ickes will build highways, while Mr. Hopkins builds trails. Mr. Ickes will erect public buildings, and Mr. Hop kins will landscape the grounds sur- rounding mem. adoio.ib The works relief program is at last fiwinedne- into actual operation and the question that remains to be ans wered is whether or not it can find useful and productive jobs for the 3,500,000 heads of families who are till out of work. By Caroline B. King 3 nix r? k t&- The legislative situation is Roosevelt control of oyanHc i uuw .irtoln a a it once vms WcLa aa luc jivlioc v.w v ties Act dramatically proved. In spite of talk about adjournment, the chance seems small that .Congressmen will be able to take the train for home before September. Only a remarkable burst of speed could and unlooked-fo- r bring about an August adjournment Here is how some major bills now stand: GUFFEY COAL BILL This bill, which simply amounts to a rehash of the NRA coal code, seems certain to Presipass and to be approved by the believed is it widely even though dent, to be unconstitutional, as well as grade-crossin- I i WAGNER LABOR RELATIONS BILL Has passed, is apparently doomed to certain disapproval by the Runreme Court. MA.MmAT FEDERAL ALCOHOL. wiNinuu The Supreme Court's NRA decision .... When you use your neighbor's tele- phone are you being fair to your neighbor and the telephone company? It is no more fair to use your neighbor's phone than it would be to attach withyour electric wire to his and use it out the current running through the meter. In Woth instances you are unfair to the company and yonr neighbor who dislikes to refuse you the use of his phone. We have made the lowest possible with the service renderconsistent rates ed. The more phones, the greater the .... service. Don't annoy your neighbor or sponge on the company. Be independent and progressive. Have your own phone. It may also prove a factor to save home of your child in case of an .... 1 your emergency. .... May we have the pleasure of install- ing one in your home? cheese and moisten with a uttie of grated thinks good things cream, add a tablespoon cup ot finely of orange rind and to put In the picnic basket .course, new dishes something ex- chopped Brazil nuts. Dessert Roll: Is very easy to car tra tasty and appealing are in de-toand. The time is past when a tew ry to a picnic, serve It as dessert .sandwiches and cakes packed in a at home some day. topping each shoe box are considered quite slice with whipped cream. Naturalenough tor any picnicker no matter ly the topping is omitted from the bow hearty his appeUte. More than picnic roil, though you will need It 'halt the run of any outing in the for filling. Whip stiffly S cups of pound open lies In the luncheon or sup- heavy cream and add to It cut in small per. So get out the thermos jog ot marshmallowa and the gay paper uapkms and pieces, ft cup ot finely chopped drinking cups while we plan some BrarU nuts and S sliced bananas Flavor with vanilla or lemon as dething very nice to eat. ' Brazil sired. ChiU the mixture and make with 8alad Cheese Cottage inches In dia.Nuts la another luscious picnic Into a roil about Aalntr. To one pound ot cottage meter. Crush a dozen graham cup ot cbeeae nicety seasoned with salt. crackers and mix with mAA ttMt enonrh sweet or sour ground Brazil nut meats. Spread on man to moisten well, and told in a paper and roll the marshmallow nut roll in the crumbs. Then wrap V4 cop of chopped Brazil nuts chop ped coarsely, add a tables poonnil ot In wax paper and place in the rechopped green pepper. Serve on let- frigerator for several hours. Do not tuce leaves with any preferred remove the wax paper until you are ready to serve. dressins. f Illustrated above). And by the way have yon tried, 8andwich Spread: While we are n the mblect of cheese here is a adding sliced Brazil nuts to yonr cupful to a pint' wonderful sandwich spread that potato salad adds' goes wen with white bread, whole of sliced or chopped potatoes wheat bread or Boston brown wonderfully to Its richness bread. Mash a large cake ot the flavor. disposed of the federal government's control over liquor, and so made it ner.easarv to nrenare a new bill. The bill has been much debated, but it is expected to pass shortly. BUS AND TRUCK BILL This bill is designed to extend the sort of federal regulation now exerted over the railroads, to the buses and trucks. It has almost unanimous support from doubtprivate and public sources, will held been up by less pass soon. Has debate on other and more dramatic measures, but is now getting under-- ! way. FOOD AND DRUG ACT Hearings on this bill will start shortly. Consumers' organizations say the bill is not sufficiently comprehensive, while food and drug makers are for it. The debate will be hot when the bill comes up its chances of passing, in its present form, are only fair. WEEK BILL BLACK Seems definitely dead, due to Administration opposition. It is thought that the President believes in the bill's principle, but is against forcing so expensive a measure on industry Telephone Co. r HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL GRAINS We Still Have a Good Stock of Old Wheat on Hand that we make our Big J Flour Would suggest that you purchase from your local dealer enough to insure you of GOOD FLOUR until the new wheat is properly cured I Jensen Bro-- t By Mrs. C. W. Brailsford Sundav evening President Clem Horsley and President Herman Bunderson of the stake presidency, were in attendance at the sacrament meet ing and reorganized the ward. Bishwun ric. The following were released a vote of thanks for their past labors: Bishop Osey Jensen, First Counsellor, Arnold Nelson; Second Counsellor, Moroni Lundberg; Ward Clerk Robert N. Gardner. Those sustained to fill their place were: Bishop, Charles Checketts: first counsellor, Clifford Jensen; second counsellor, Harry Han sen; as as ward clerk; LeGrande Petersen. Misses Zula and Afton Hansen spent the week end in Provo, visiting wiht friends. son of Norman, the Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCoy, was operated on at the Cooley Hospital in Brigham City, Saturday afternoon for bladder trouble. seven-year-o- HKMaTcrrv HOMTVIUI, We Solicit Your Grist Business Jensen Bw HONEYVILLE, UTAH nM. f ld Richardson went to Ogden Monday for the Pioneer Day celebration. Alene Neal who was in the Valley hospital last week for treatment is at home again. Mrs. C. M. Peterson is spending a few days in Ogden with her sister. Miss Vida Peterson went to Ogden Sunday. The women entertained the members of the ball team Saturday evening at a chicken supper at the home of Bishop and Mrs. D. G. Nelson Jr. The Stone ball team gave a dance at Stone Friday night Outward things can at best but stimulate the spirit of joy within. Make yourself likeable and someone somewhat like you will like you too. Envy another and show your Ignorance. Look for the good In your own situation and reveal your knowledge that blessings grow when watered with appreciation. Art WE CAN OFFER YOU Service Highest Quality and Most Reasonable Prices! Buy Your 1936 Calendars at Home Bear River Valley Leader 4 FOR THE HEAT OF i DAY vtlJw" u THE i r T. III M - n jL j OR THE COOL OF THE EVENING SEER ' " f 'n ly When the scorching sun beats down and you're all tired out, step inside where Becker's draught beer is sold and refresh yourself with a tall, spark- ling drink. home. Keep Becker's on ice in your Serve it to guests . . . enjoy it yourself. It quickly rebuilds the worn cells of the body for it satisfies hunger as well as thirst. BECKER'S Beer in bottles is PASas all good bottle beer TEURIZED should be. ... Uumtmctmti by BECKER PRODUCTS CO, Ogdea Buy BECKER'S Beer in the HANDY PACK from your grocer, drug store or beverthree large ox age dealer six small bottles. ft rASittiuzrjw-- E 4 SENTENCE STIMULANTS Pack and Ellis THEY ARE HERE! Let us show you our beautiful line before placing your order. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones and fam iiv returned to their home at Long Beach, California after visiting here for 2 weeks. Bill Hickman returned Sunday after spending a week in Ogden. BEAR RIVER CITY Roy Arbon, Lowell Calendars for 1936. We have taken on a line and they are real beauties! RANKING BILL Has been re- vamned in the Senate, due to the ef forts of conservative Sena'tor Glass, father of the Federal Reserve Act. IS no longer so comprehensive from the standpoint of federal control as u was originally. The administration wants the original bill, as prepared by air. Eccles, to pass and a battle looms. Bear River Valley . Monday. MR. MERCHANT I Now is the time to order your now. THANK YOU The Stone ball team came down Saturday and played our boys in the final league game. The score wafc 12 to 7 in favor of Snowville, giving our boys first place in the Stake league. William Hurd Jr. and daughter Dora were In Ogden on business CALENDARS time again, and IT'S picnic ot one Are You fair old stock I By A r It is from this - SNOWVILLE Miss Annie Hard Virsel Daley suffered a broken leg Sunday when he fell from a derrick fork on which he was going to the top of a hay stack. Mrs. R. N. Cutler motoreJ to Ogden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Spencer of Og den spent the weekend here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. George Skidmore were in Tremonton on business Saturday. Mrs. E. A. Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petersen were in Tre monton Saturday. Mrs. Horton Hurd was shopping in Tremonton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rentmeister of Juniper announce the arrival of a baby boy July 16. Mrs. Rentmeister and baby are at the home of her father, J. J. Larkin. Leon Peterson of Salt Lake City la here for a few days. Home Economics and Culinary Authority - $1,143. Second, there has been constant dis agreement between Secretary of the Interior Ickes and Relief Administra-- 1 tor Hopkins. Mr. Ickes is the head of the Public Works Administration, and Mr. Hopkins guides the Works Progress Administration. The two bureaus inevitably overlap and both executives claim jurisdiction over the same projects. Mr. Ickes is of the opinion that relief money should be spent for prog jects of permanent benefit elimination, river and harbor developments, road work, etc. Mr. Hopkins, on the other hand, is concerned only with putting men to work, and he knows that the adoption of projects in which material costs are high will defeat that purpose. As a result, he favors projects which require only labor, and demand few or no materials woodland clearance, malaria control, repairs to public buildings, etc. The two men are so diametrically opposed in their views I Lucile Pack Is visiting relatives In Ogden. DISTRIBUTED BY BESSINGER BROS. TREMONTON, UTAH 3 " A?