BEARBIYgB. YAIXST XEADER,,THLTRSPAY APRIL page six values, and pay that Bum to the mortgagee within five years, keeping the farm in the meantime. In the test case, a unanimous decision declaring the Act unconstitutional on the grounds that it deprived the mortgaAFFECT THAT gee of his property rights, was read ft HAPPENINGS DIVIDEND PAILS, DINNER by Justice Brandeis. IHE CHECKS AND TAX BILLS OF Then Congress revised the Act, EVERY INDIVIDUAL. NATION-Ashortening the term of occupancy to AND INTERNATIONthree years and required that the AL PROBLEMS INSEPARABLE bankrupt farmer pay the mortgagee FBOM LOCAL WELFARE. a reasonable rent during that period, and passed it again. Legal authorities thought it very dubious whether the would uphold this but it did, Court The Monday following Easter unanimous a in opinion also read by histora may be remembered as liberal Justice Brandeis, 80 year-ol- d Court found that the mortgagee's The deUvWi tteTup utmost importance fcT- Constitutional to interpretation, ana Vh a third opinion which may prove to reasonable protection. be only slightly less momentous. Third Act dealt with collective barwas the most First and important It was the Railway Labor gaining. opinion in the Washington Minimum Act, which provides that if a majority cases Law case. Like many big workers for a railway decide upon .Wage ,; .f q niiatinn the of involving vAuioLii.iV"" a bargainmg nsrencv the railroad actual amount involved in the specific must deal solely with this agency. action at the bar was trival, $216. Most managements have been railway A hotel chambermaid sued for this satisfied with the Act, and it has bemoney, it being the difference stood for years without contest. Fin tween the $12 a week actually paid however, a small railroad brought ally, of her by a hotel during the term suit to do away with it. In the unan a the $14.50 her employment, and imous decision read by Justice Stone week decreed by the state as a mini- the Act was held Constitutional. Howmum wage. ever, this decision does not mean that Almost no one thought that there the Court would uphold similar legis was a chance of her winning the case itotlon for all industry. Reason: The in 1923 the Counrt had invalidated railroads are in interstate commerce, a similar law passed by Congress for so come definitely within the regulathe District of Columbia, and using tory authority conferred on Congress tola case as a precedent had after- by the Constitution. This was stressed wards invalidated laws passed by by Justice Stone when he said: "The other states. But since then, the peaceable settlement of labor contromembership of the Court has changed versies, especially where they may and Chief Justice Hughes handed seriously inmpair the ability of an down a surprising decision, with four interstate rail carrier to perform its Justices dissenting, which gave the service to the public, is a matter of chambermaid her $216 and establish- public concern." ed the precedent that any and all All of these and especially states may refuse to allow employers the Minimum decisions, decision, have Wage to. pay labor wages below standards been almost as lauded universally compatible with decency and health- marking a logical step in Constitution ful living. The decision contains many al They have, in the a pregnant sentence. Basis of attack viewinterpretation. of much of the taken many, on the law was that it impaired free- force out of the contention that the dom of contact, and of this Justice Court looks on 20th century problems Hughes said: "The Constitution does with 19th century eyes. not speak of freedom of contact. It oOo speaks of liberty and prohibits the There has been little change in busideprivation of liberty without due process of law. . . But the liberty safe ness trends lately. Production in all guarded is liberty in a social organ- lines, save those held back by strikes, ization which requires the protection continues high. Industrial profits and of law against the evils which men- wages continua to range upward. ace the health, safety, morals, and Prices still advance a fact that is welfare of the people." said to be causing serious worry Second decision involved the new among Government officials. Frazier-Lemk- e Act. The first Frazier-Lemk- e Interesting phase of recovery is Act, passed in 1934, permitted found in figures tabled by the Coma farmer to declare himself bankrupt, mercial and Financial Chronicle dealhave his farm appraised at current ing with industrial borrowings that r7 : I i 1 SJISTffi ! IMiJUUHIIg mmnmKntmmmMmjmmmmWL l t-- .y r The United States Civil Service Commission has announced open competitive examinations as follows: Junior agronomist, junior animal fiber technologist, junior biologist (wildlife management), junior botanist, junior dairy bacteriologist, junior entomologist (apiculture), junior entomologist (physiology and toxicology), junior horticulturist (transportation and storage), junior pathologist, Junior plant quarantine inspector, junior plant propagator, junior nomologist (fruit breeding), junior soil surveyor, junior soil technologist, $2,000 a year, Department of Agriculture. Cost accountant, $3,200 a year, Air Corps, War Department. Private Lives Of George Burns And Grade Allen L Lleurt 1937 CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS ECONOMC HIGHLIGHTS tiy 3.5. :y K SPOTLIGHT Average age of family 4.78 years Ohio of and a half methink3 . . . trailer tl !?? 6W merrily with from er N. Y. thatreports a couple jurior. wheels and f Ltah, where a baby w b0fa ln trailer . . . Studebaker profit cf better pet '36 . . booming gocA'B059 Tin Can Tourists will ,,? Mexico City for the ir clave next year . . . statistiH. t0 still at it . . . latest tn,lr' that in a family where tfc , member spends from $800 E?w '100fl annually the expenditure son for automobile purchail tf, $& J act-uari-ar $4,-6- (pensions), $3,800 maintenance runs $38.98 dl like a bargain price) or mor spent for house furnishing,Z equipment . . . Clayton formerly of MarshW 00 a year, associate vice-pre- s. actuarial mathematician (pensions), $3,200 a year, Railroad Retirement , Board. Associate child guidance case work er, $3,200 a year, assistant child guidance case worker, $2,600 a year, Children's Bureau, Department of Labor. All States except Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, and the District of Columbia, have received less than their quota of appointments in the apportioned depart- - ; - $ III III III III III III Ml III III III HI HI HI in in $ The Leader Weekly Scrapbook $ in in in in in in in in m in m m m nt m y Week's Best Recipe BAKED INDIAN PUDDING Thoroughly mix 5 tablespoons Indian cup molasses, 1 meal, large tablespoon butter, ginger, cinnamon and salt. Stir into 1 quart boiling milk. Let cool until thick, then turn into buttered dish and pour over 1 cup cold milk. Bake in slow oven three hours. two-thir- A Fashion Hint The most popular ensembels this season are the thin wool suit (fitted jacket and a d skirt or dress) a print jacket over a plain silk dress, or a print dress and a wool coat on straight, loose fitted lines. There also are coats, lined with a bright print to match one's dress. two-pie- ce Used THE BEST BUY d IN NOW IS THE TIME OF TEAB YOU NEED THAT PICK-U- CALIFORNIA WINE searing the meat first in a small amount of fat. Vegetables and seasonings may be added later. But the most important thing to remember is that a little water and long, slow cook ing are needed to break down the Pick-u- p TRUCKS WfMMM children before breakfast, (2) enjoying the sun on the terrace of their Hollywood home, (3) downtown at the telephone while Gracie- tries to find where she is supposed to meet whom, (4) rehearsing for their new Monday night program on the network, (5) whi George threatens to do after 24 hours with his daffy partner. NBC-Re- mental service at Washington, D r ' Plill Informs firm mr v. ue obtained incLjf from the Secretary of the Unitrf States Civil Service Board of iners at the post office or cuiZ!' house in any city which has a tZ office of the first or second clasT wiutcui ouites uvii ServiM "um "1 Allen invited our photographer to GEORGE BURNS and GracieHe a day with them. snapped them (1) dressing their ... ed Principal actuarial mathematician a year, senior mathematician (pensions), a year, actuarial mathematician (pensions), $5,600 ' THE. .... P COIHE IN A2fD TRUCK SELECT ONE OF THE FO- Xaicohoi X LLOWING meat fibers and make them tender. The Family Doctor Says Don't urge the child to eat. You may succeed in getting him to take food yet fail in creating in him an appetite for food. Nature has im planted in eacn cnna an urge 10 eat, which only needs to be directed to the proper foods. But don't urge, and by all means don't threaten. 2 1935 DODGE 2 1934 CHEV. 1 1933 CHEV. UTAH AUTO & IMP. CO. TREMONTON, UTAH SHOP THRU THE LEADER ADS hip-leng- th short-sleeve- ana LOOK at three-quart- plain-colo- r, full-leng- these er th For Flower Growers For a perennial backgrourid there is nothing more "attractive than Delphinium. Their tall, gracefull spikes and exquisite color lend charm and delicacy to any yard. If seed is planted it should be put in the ground early as it germinates best in a ground temperature of 45 to 55 Housecleaning Helps a mixture of cornstarch and Try water to remove spots from wall paA little spirits of camphor per. in the water will cut the grease dirt on picture glass and mirrors. A small amount of paraffin placed in the water will give a brighter gloss and color to tiling. ... ... jy,ui tutors Broad Tracks R-l-- the Side hills P See how the broad tracks on this "Caterpillar" track-typ- Tractor (above) ride this e See how (below) steep sidehill with no side-slithe Twenty-Tw- o Tractor has 18 wide grousers on the ground at once gripping, bracing its pull against the soil. The tracks provide 7lz square feet of plank-lik- e support to avoid sinking down. And the tractor's weight rolls effortlessly along oa pmooth steel rails like a locomotive, p. cross-count- Worst year in this retard was 1934 when industry issued but $490,000,000 or securities, of which but $178,000,-00- 0 represented new capital, and the rest was refunding. Last year, industry issued more than $4,500,000,000 of securities, of which almost $1,200,000,000 represent ea new capital. This year security is suance for both purposes will reach much higher totals. 1 1 THAT'S (TOO MUCH bat - no (tXtftCISC "O "I M I T - yl are now enjoying a rate among the lowest in America today for this service. "My new low wages, which became effec live April 1, represent a 25 rate reduction since last August I'll '1 And when you use me for extra service, I work at half-pric- e at 50! of my new low wages. "This new low rate gives you more for your electric service dollar than ever before. I hop Why youH use me oftener." Pains? Alka-ftalti- ng-, er don't you take Heartache, Muscular, Tremonton Tractor & Implement Co. small appliance schedule in the inter connected system territory in Utah and Idaho JSIf'T 1i dliTrent man next day, Relieved (he way. V Cmd alkalize ' ry run run inn rujmjn I Tes, you customers on the domestic lighting JUST TH6 1 time to l Alka-Seltz- Mi In Rates Within Six Months. is, security issues. Be felt iTTi Rate Now Enjoying Second Reduction In The Kitchen Braising, boiling, simmering and stewing are the cooking processes to use for less tender cuts of meat. Try '4sk us for the proof that the "Caterpillca? Twenty-Tw- o has "what it takes" to da work better and cheaper t your n Customers Dn Dur Domestic Lighting Alka-Seltz- er for Gas on Stomach, Pour Stomach, Cold, Rheumatlo or Sclatlo baa a pleasant, refreshitangy tawte. It conutna an anal-geaer (Acetyl-Salicylat- a e, lo Sodium Salt of Aspirin) which relieves pain ana discomfort, while Its vegetable nd mineral alkallsers to correct the cause of thosehelp minor associated with hyperacidity if the stomach. Tour drujrlft will r. Alka-Seltte- Sincerely, REDDY KILOWATT, Your Electrical Servant.