|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1933 FAGS SIX By Charles K. Daniels (Neil Moret) ECONOMIC r P-- 0 HIGHLIGHTS From ASCAP fn--T By Joseph R. Fliesfer and Pant BIRTH OF A SONG H I AW AT HA" i i . ' v "MPT -- Mi I 1 , cvsj Ca fTut! If O HAFFEXIXGS THAT AFFECT II1E DINXER PAILS, DIVIDEND CHECKS AM) TAX KILLS OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL. NATION-L AND INTERNATIONAL FROBLEMS INSEPARABLE tWmf A LOCAL WELFARE. FROM The remarkable upturn in activity the New York Stock Exchange desduring the week ending June 26 cribed in an Associated Press dis weeks in patch as "one of the best market history" came as an unlook-e- d for boon to business and investors. Stocks advanced in value for six consecutive days, with daily gains averaging one to five points. Five issues adhundred and twenty-seveon the typical last vanced in value 104 which as week, the against of day issues touched declined. Thirty-fiv- e new 1938 highs, and none reached new lows. For the week, turnover was in excess of 10,000,000 Bhares best since the week ending October 30, 1937 as compared with 1,700,000 shares in the week preceding. The AP aver stocks stood age of 60 representative : OT -- USE on CHARLEY to St. Jojeph, mujicol. DANlELS wot born in A year later the family moved Mo. Hii father and mother were Thau AA avervthina to ancouraqe the boy, but he did not become serious until about twelve. At eighteen his prize song was played He was not much older when he became accompanist to a beautiful young sopranoand ' " ' fell in love with her. w At She went for the summer to her father's h town in Kansas where the "eckbo followed her. in a small .11 n at 45.5 on june zo, aa ugaiuoi, oi.- t? The rhythm of the train provoked a tune in his on mind, and the title came from the name-sig- n the station. His girl liked it, but not the publishers.' As a last resort, he sent it to his friend Sousa,' who came through like a friend. lieve that it will be a less important factor than the optimists hope, for it means more debt and taxes. Con- Not Wash Day, But Every Day At A Mine 5 oOo 'j! - " i' , 1 i ; Ik is Believe it cr not state governments as a whole were in better financial condition at the end of the 1937-3- 8 fiscal year on June 30, than at the end of the preceding fiscal year. That is the gist of a compilation of statistics gathered from the 48 state capitals. Only about six states had budget deficits. The balance generally manag ed to keep outgo in tune with income, and a large number made progress in reducing debt. This record has been made in the face of declinig revenues, and higher costs for relief. It was made possible, on the whole, by economics in state government, and by extending the tax base and putting new taxes into effect. It is an interesting fact that most states are coming to depend less upon taxes on real property, and more on income, sale3, and similar levies. It is reported that the trend in state government finance is toward the system. Spending is reduced when revenues fall below pay-as-you-- This is not a Chinese laundry, but a locker room at tin Tlntic Standard mine In Eureka. The clothing hanging above la the working "duds" of the miners. It is hung in this manner to dry and is given a thorough airing by circulating air currents. These locker rooms are Bteam heated and hot gress has made available for this purpose about three and billion dollars. Apparently every effort will be made to put the money to work with rapidity. But, as Paul Mallon recently wrote, "The government Is just not geared to function like a spigot. It is still the snail crawling through indispe.nslble red tape." Mr. Mallon estimates that during the next six months only $603,- - 000,000 more will be spent than in the six months ending June 30. Using his figures, VVPA, spending for this period will be up $264,000,000; AAA soil 11 conservation payments will be down . $31,000,000; commodity credit loans will increase $138,000,000. Is is possible, of course, that these estimates may be proven entirely wrong, if the government manages to cut some of the red tape and get the program running in high gear in record time. But past precedent certainly indicates that it is unwise to expect too much in this direction. Coarult Membership in the American Society ( Composers, Authors and Publishers Mowe and many songs under various pseudonyms or in the repertoire of Charles N. Daniels, who a tributes his success to the help of his fellow men i ber. the late John Philip Sousa. Dust Showers Falling Everywhere Show Big Need to Guard Health -- 1 t limmmmmmmam ?! ilii i ' mmam. mwmwMmm wmiS rMAGINE 3,120 gondola freight cars filled to the brim with dust a train stretching thirty miles and you will get some idea of the amount of dust that falls on Chicago every year. That is an average of 166.000 tons of solid matter dropping from the city's atmosphere- oot from smokestacks, surface dust frwm the streets, soil blown in from and cold showers are provided in an adjoining room, for the men to use as they come off shift The Man Who Is Happy That man is happy whom nothing makes less strong than he is; he keeps to the heights, leaning upon none but himself; for one who sustains himself by any prop may fall. Seneca. Tlia men shown in the above picture have just completed their shift underground and some are making ready to find recreatioa while others turn to ehoreg at their farms in Goshen valley. mm tee wairies. Of course it is made M 1 great variety of organic and Inorganic matters, all of which have Cleaner Manufacturers' Association! In the boom days the annual dust fall in Chicago amounted to 780,05)' tons. I Little can be done by ySiin fort to reduce the amount dlteS in any community. Water and toi supplies can be regulated, inspects and kept sanitary by the aut&ol ities, but for the most part tM purity of the air is beyond publii control. It is up to Individual 'effoff $ battle dust. Regular dally tUa'M the vacuum cleaner is the- only by which human health' and Pf erty can be safeguarded from tt many dangers that lurk la.tiJJ'i no place in the home. Furthermore, the Chicago situa-tlo- a ( more or less typical of every community throughout the United States, according to the Vacuum all about u&r J - Summing up, the week surveyed marked the arrival of the first really enocuraging signs since last year. On the debit side is the fact that most business barometers with the exception of residential building, which is showing major improvement have not come back far, on the basis of the latest statistics available. It thus remains to be seen whether the upward turn wdll prove to be the start of a recovery cycle, or whether it i.w jr J f .. J 1 L rt 1 '3 OESSINGER BEOS. TREMONTON, UTAH I BETTER BUILDINGS mean MO REPROMTS , o A - )4 f C Dr. Miles NERVINE "Did the work" says Miss Glivar WHY DON'T YOU . TRY IT? , After more than three months of suffering from a nervous ailment, Miss Glivar used Dr. Miles Nervine which gave her such Bplendid results that she wrote us an enthusiastic letter. If you suffer jrom "Nerves." If you lie awake night, start at sudden noises, tire easily, are cranky, blue and fidgety, your nerves are probably out of order. Juiet and relax them with the same medicine that "did the work" for this Colorado girL Whether your "Nerves" have troubled you for hours or for years. youU find this time-testremedy effective. At Drug Stores 25c and $1.00. ed sit TTT fl t i "71: J1 i 1 Daniels' three m.onths ol suspense were rewarded by the international success of the song. Sadly enough, however, he did not marry the 'girl who inspired the song. will fizzle out, and show itself to be based on unjustified hopes. lending-spendin- g 4- Tf ! , '. lendirig-spendin- g er - A a month before. In spite of the rise, however, values were still far below those prevailing at this .time a year ago. What caused the upturn, in the face of increasingly gloomy predictions as to the outlook for summer business, and a steady downswing in the state of expert sentiment? So far as can be seen, no single concrete factor was responsible. It is probable that the improvement came from a combination of the following factorsa recent strengthening in commodity prices, statements by government officials that funds piovided under the new measure will be put to work rapidly, and the low state of business inventories. The commodity price situation, up to very recenly, has been a black "Spot in the economic picture. Pricea tended to fall off, in spite of every effort to keep them stable. Now it seems possible that the trend has changed. But it is anybody's guess due to the uncertainty of our own as well as the world's credit structure and tax policies, not to mention the possibility of wars and labor troubles. The inventory situation is another factor in the stock upswing. On June 1, wholesalers' stocks of merchandise were 14.5 per cent under a year before. In some lines inventories are at excessively low levels, and signs of Increased buying have appeared. 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