|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
LEinm., tmttc. BEAR RIVER VALLEY , a . actual working days on which some decisive action is yet Utah to be taken are as follows: judiciary 12 if they and criminal and civil codes, 43; ture remaining mXil nicipal and county affairs, 42; Saturday back - priations and allocations. 41: state v ii a seemingly unsurconfronts senators educational institutions and education PiLntatives if they are to in general, 26; agriculture and live-.Taction on even a compara-rma- ll stock, 23; public health and sanita percentage of the pro- tion, 17; labor, 17; predatory animals n ronr-a vote. and game, 12; social welfare and reVV lief, 13; traffic and highways, 8; poliiTiut Saturday night JT H Blood had signed 27 tics and appointments, 7; liquor, 6, H which both house and and miscellaneous, 26. rfud eiven final approval. Twen The homestead tax exemption bill became laws. Two of j is now in the senate sifting commitare memorializing the tee. So are several other measures es-- 3 calculated to raise revenue taken States congress, one tohavbureaus fopral away if the homestead exemption belOfnceaw the in matters comes a law. The bill repealing the western with ai uu unpopular c tax and substitutorefetably salt constinational a increased license fees on commering w favoring CTamendinent permitting con-- cial vehicles has passed the Senate iot wnrkine hours. and will likely be approved by the House this week. Liquor legislation . . nfWfwill undoubtedly leave liquor control ed iaDor. The practically as it is now. The direct ui three county affairs. , varied in nature and effect. primary bill has passed the Senate included and the House. Mn be said to be measures regard- generally Urthe 11 f 4, 1937 PAjCS tne Speed cop . . By Fronk Chevrolet r!l60W' WAfJT0 & y W MUi ( .ai, MARCH S'MVvlnv" Chevrolet co. Co. Hamw..mothioPwi ( DOUBUt jiJrrSa &i ""ySlIKSH"" , MART'S rT&7tf 1 CALAQV r 1935 Standard Cher. Coach $450.00 kv 1933 ( Twenty-secon- d 1934 'zTon . f DEWEYVILLE W?!f iMTVTfl H1.L11 v,, ton-mi- le P. no-ri- "state wiue uuywi wuivi. the direct primary, old age Lions, homestead tax exemption, of revenue to be dis- yet Ug Uofbyfmaiacuon. Ivineteen measures have been passhouses. and lower both bv upper 1 a p r i i lese have not yet reacneu me uuica or his for approval ttive are yet to be engrossed sined by the speaker or me nouse k senate president. They include t 5 33, allowing increases in the teium county road tax levies to let revenue losses due to adoption the proposed homestead exemption, MB. 61, allowing the state board agriculture to establish standards Mnv tax and measures are . b milk i--: Twenty-thre- e products. aires have been withdrawn m authors, 19 killed, and two by tab- - Si having to do with taxation of them lead in number among k measures on various subjects in both houses and yet to be in-fct- ad either one or both affecting state in- departments come sec ted upon by ranches. Those tutions and with 53. business p with and those havine- - t.n tin and professions a close 52. pa ires affecting other subjects; )T WMAVffl 1 1 ' THE BEST BUY CALIFORNIA IN WINE The Democratic State Committee in a statement distributed among legislators late last week recommended that bills introduced bearing upon planks in the Bourbon platform of 1936 should not be pressed for passage if they call for the expenditure of money far beyond the ability of the state to pay. t A special legislative committee re ported that in its opinion existing hr stitutions and agencies of the state, which cannot be dispensed with, should be provided for first as nearly as may be accordance with the care fully prepared governor's budget now before the legislature. It is recommended that after such provision is made, platform pledges should be redeemed to the extent and ability of the state to perform. Old age social security, direct primaries, liquor control, and taxation were cited as subjects demanding care ful attention. Referring to the homestead tax exemption proposal, the com mittee declares that "exemptions should be given gradually in order to afford time in which to work out proper substitutes. Procuring revenue from liquor sales is placed as secondary to the control feature. The proposed direct primary law is held as "expensive" to both state and candi- dates Qg, ig advised in enacting so cial welfare legislation in order that it may accord with the national Intensive cultivation of the tourist trade through creation of a state ad0 vertising board and provision of $100,-00- from highway funds is off. The "crop" will have to thrive without any state irrigation. The treating bill was withdrawn to eachThe of bill appropriating $1,000 to expensdefray the state's counties es of community celebrations is still in the house appropriations committee. Peach day, Onion day, StrawberOther ry day, please take notice measures as yet unreported by this same committee- - - - bills carrying - - appropriations are not popularinclude those alloting funds for Ogden Pioneers Days, Junior livestock shows, new educational buildings, etc memorialized Congress will again be short haul" and not to annul the "long commerce interstate the of provision act. A majority of legislators still feel that annulment would injure Utah more through increased freight rates 1937-3- 8 -- -- 5k Spring Meeds w Have A Needs Complete Supply of AU Your Spring GARDEN SEEDS - GARDEN TOOLS Plan Your Remodeling' Building and Repair Jobs Now! GET THE HABIT OF BUYING Quality Building Materials Quality Farm and Home Supplies Quality Coal - "HOME OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE" Farmers' Gash Union "YOUR GOOD WILL OUR BEST ASSET' Chev. Pickup No shrewd buyer passes up our used car bargains S f. ... TERS3 By Mrs. Thomas $385.00 How to Cook for Health! Ault Elwood Gold, Green Ball, March 9. The Ward Reunion held February 26 was very successful. Everyone enjoyed the day and evening. All committees are to be commended on the splendid way the dinner, serving and placing, the table and hall decorations, the programs at afternoon and even ing, the music and dancing. A large number of out of town folks attended, the ward folk turned out fine and nearly three hundred were seated to long tables where old friends talked and renewed old acquaintence. Mrs. Lee .Sandall and children of Ogden visited at the home of B. P Gardner on Saturday. Mrs. Harry Cook of Ogden visited on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Burbank. Mrs. A. P. Loveland of Logan vis ited at the home of her daughters, Mrs. N. P. Marble and Mrs. M M Gardner Jr. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burbank were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lish Jr. Sunday. Mrs. Maggie Neily of Salt Lake City was calling on relatives here also at tended the ward reunion on Friday. Mrs. Gene Schieb and children of Salt Lake City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fryer over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Veral Barnard and daughters of Warren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barnard over the weekend. Mrs. Wayne Mathias of Brigham City visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lish on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Cleone Hunsaker spent the past week at Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hoist of Brig-haCity were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen and Mrs. Louis Germer had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Newsome, Miss Bertha Germer and Norma Han sen of Salt Lake City. Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barn ard had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Barnard of Brigham City and Esther Stone of Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Burbank were in Ogden on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Perry and daugh ter Ann, returned to Idaho, after spending a few weeks at the home of Bishop and Mrs. Marion G. Perry. Mrs. Zella Orme, of Honeyville, Mrs. E. Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Collins and Mrs. Adrian Hansen of Brigham City and Miss Gladys Richardson of Tremonton called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Norr February 19. The Beehive girls and Boy Scouts enjoyed the dancing party at Garland on Saturday night. m THE-- ., SPOTLIGHT o Hips "sv"n N. Y. legislature hears bill prohibiting trucks from highways on Sunday, most Empire state motorists being in hearty accord stocks of motor mfrs. stayed up despite labor pains in Detroit Studebaker announces 45 new truck models the 25,000,000th Ford has romped off the assembly line U. S. Bureau of Standards reports $147,142,209 highway taxes diverted from roadbuilding . . . PaulG. Hoffman, Stude prez. and safety authority, says 90 of accidents occur under 50 m.p.h. . . . Wisconsin trade ass'n. urges compulsory inspection motor law in the motor row slanguage, a "dog" is simply a used car, as is a "clucker" . . . 'tis said the flood swept roads in the Ohio valley are clearing up . . . passing a car going 40 m.p.h. is same as passing 18 cars standing in a row . . . does that make you think? - ... ... ... ... T IV;.; ' It - DOCTORS hare long said that food is healthy, and at last thl8 old method of cookery again is important. Broiling Is so easy these days with a modern automatic gas range which has a sep ... semi-annu- - arate broiling compartment But, even if yours is an old range, you may broil successfully. Choose the tender cuts of beef and lamb, or broil patties of veal, lamb, ground round steak, lamb cubes on skewers, sausages, liver, and fish. panied by Bertha Stevenson. Class work was under the direction of Isabella Walton. The theology les son with the subject, Christ the Cham n of Woman, being discussed. She was assisted by Chloe Sheffield, Phyllis Waldron and Sophia Taylor. A short time was devoted to testimonies and the closing number was n a trio by Alice Cummings, Ann and Alberta Stevenson. Relief Society News Relief Society was held Tuesday, March 2. The teachers meeting began at 1:30 followed by the general assembly meeting. The regular scripture lesson was conducted by Olive Rhead. A vocal duet by Priscilla Chris tensen and Bertha Thomas, accom Sim-onse- al A special announcement was made of the temple excursion to be held March 12. This is being sponsored by the Relief Society sisters. Next Tuesday Is the regular work and business meeting. A fine program has been prepared for that day. DR. JOHN WEST of the Standard Optical Co. Will Be Here SAT., MAR. 6 Make Appointments Now at ROBERT SIMONSEN JEWELER than aid by means of more business Senator Clarfor the railroads! ence E. Baker of Tooele lias lived up to his own biographical description of being "a liberal, politically and otherwise." Also of being interested in labor legislation generally. . . . Senator Lawrence E. Nelson of Salt Lake county has answered "present" persolon. haps more often than any other He has never failed to De mere aw roll call. "Old Faithful" might well be his nickname. . . . Senator uienn 1. Snow of Parowan has come to De known as the "great dissenter from Iron county." His "no" votes are house spread all over the upper rTJK OU folks keep me pretty busy doing all sorts or but I'm happy jobs in your homes, stores and factories public-spirited with I in other to say still find time to join citizens in the many activities fostering the general public welfare. A sulnrv as such was not accepted was President by Washington when he esAs a matter of expediency and to voted congress tablish a precedent, matter of $23,000 for expenses. As a exceeded fact, the President's expenses nerves: to work supplying ' "NERVES" iJ Miles' Eflerrescent Nervine t , ' Here's a good way to quiet Tab- represent put me $10,000 worth of free electricity for of business districts during the recent real kick out of doing that, just as I in all other constructive community "Just as an example: the company 8u m. A Dr. if J I Washington Had No Salary this tCfP( v Christmas lighting holidays. I got a njoy cooperating movements. "You'll find, too, that many individual employes of of their time, Ihy company contribute a liberal amount of money and talent wholeheartedly to the upbuilding their communities. "I try always to y 1 live up to my first name REDDY. Ready always to work in every possible way for the weir faro of the communities let, a glass of water, a pleasant, sparkling I serve." Sincerely, - drink. Nerves relax. REDDY KILOWATT. You can rest, sleep, enjoy life. At your drug store. 25c and $L00. f i UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO.