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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
APRIL THURSDAY, BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. 13, 153 ELC3 TWO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER leered at the Tostoffice at Tremto I. p. F Phone SCBSCKIPTION' 23-- J ! $1.00 50 S3 liiu..ring Duiidini. thlcaio. IllUoU vANATIONAL IWTCRIAl well as to your Country PATRONIZE YOUR .LOCAL MERCHANTS ASSOC. AI ION 103 5 miifimmtMi..NmramliiiiiimHii j 1mmmiMmmH.l..imii.riM-- "Behind the Scenes American BuoineGs" MilMiiMnKliililtiiMHlliiliniiniuiHliiHMiimillHliuHlliHIHHHiliiiiMinllliiiuuHiiiiiii.iiriiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHHilillllMlli I I i mmiiiimiiiitmmiiimuiiiiii.s NEW YORK, April 10 BUSINESS the average stockholder of American is not a plutocrat, a surHopes of a spring rise in business corporations Container Corporation cov seems to be fading, with unrelieved vey by the half its 8,000 sharemore than considered tension chiefly erlng European the typical concludes that there holders other On hand, the responsible. was alarm stockholder for reason graduated from high great appears no because industry and trade, by mere- school but not college, is married and now has children, is 48 years old and dely holding to present levels from cent 30 be will still 1, per to July pendent on a salary, owns an automobetter than during the second quarter bile and his own home, and for hoblast year. Government spending will bies prefers gardening and fishing. not reach a peak for 1939 until midsummer. This means expanding buyMODEL THREATENED Marketing power for millions of consumers ing students are shifting their field in the next three months and could of observation to Louisiana where be a powerful recovery influence if labor is strongly opposing the state's the fate of Europe can be settled chain store tax considering it a high peaceably soon. Arrival or neuer.. mp0rtant example of the rising is 0 stimulate re- - r(;Volt of aU consumers wcatVf-against legis tail auto sales since rain and cold in lation that tends to increase living recent weeks have deiayed inquiries costs. The Pelican state's law was the of many prospective purchasers. first to levy a tax based on the numpromotions on the retail front ber of stores operated by a chain in have been reasonably satisfying, with the whole country, and has been the sales of Easter and Spring clothing model for similar punitive levies in approximating $500,000,000, a gain of other states. The Louisiana Federaseven per cent over last year. tion of Labor in annual convention last week instructed its executive Latest proposal board to seek immediate repeal of the WASHINGTON for helping small business comes from tax, and also denounced the Patman Secretary of Commerce Hopkins. He bill and all similar measures. This was wants Congress to appropriate money viewed as paralleling the national for the establishment of research sta- trend away from such taxes evidentions in every state which small com- ced by refusal of 14 state legislapanies may lean upon for trade infor- tures this year to pass proposed chain mation and solution of technical prob- store taxes. lems. The proposal recognizes the importance to business success of scienTHINGS TO WATCH FOR a new tific research and adequate knowsystem" for providing hot ledge of consumer demand, price and water from the same anthracite-burnin- g market trends, trading areas, effects equipment that heats the of taxation, store location, local build- home in winter. . . A golf ball in 4S0 ing codes, capital requirements and different color combinations to lessen other developments. Sponsors of the chances of players getting wrong ball Idea point out that government re- after over a hill . . An driving search facilities for the benefit of the electric fly trap that electrofarmers have been available for many cutes flies and deposits their bodies years, and they see therefore at least in a removable tray. . Puncture-proo- f a chance of passage of similar inner tubes built legislation for small business at thi3 by scientists who studied the strucseason. ture of the human skin and modeled a three-pltube with plastic inner NO PLUTOCRAT To show that layers which "grow" over and "heal" Pre-East- er "all-ye- Romance City. of Oil" and each it seems, has a word I chapter unfolds WEBSTER, Morgan. While work- ! an exciting story s flow, based on the fas fne on Morgan .., ,. is Good! for script cinating drama News of 1939, behind the great Lucille Manners petroleum indus the comedians! Philj tremendous growth of the writers. try The and Rapp and Sam1 industry la skillfully portrayed, discover-- , the important part it plays in our Moore, "sci word the everyday life in providing modernis olist", in the conveniences and daily essentials A dictionary. colorfully presented. is sciolist Ross Manners. Lovely Lucille as "a man Graham, baritone, a mixed chorus orches- of superficial of 12 voices and a tra under the direction of Dr. Frank knowledge; aj Black are all regularly featured on pretender Frank Morgan knowledge." the program. Morgan con to amaze his "Criminal Case Histories," tinues, nevertheless, of 1939 News Good on WHEN fea- colleagues night half-hou- r Now he claims to belong to a yacht ... ture over NBC, r club in which all ot the members bows out for the are officers, except one. Morgan, as summer tnis Bay judge advocate of the Emerald memmonth, it will Yacht Club, has such fellow of end mark the bers as Warner Eaxter, Gene Mar-keseven years of Preston Foster, John Wayne V presentations by and others. The lone member is Warden Lewis Owen Churchill, well known racing E. Lawes of facskipper. I from tual cases the files of crimRadio seems to be making Mr. Averinal records of Man more punctual, experts say age Sing Sing. By .4 ichat uith time signals and hourdrama. of series ly time announcements making the tized stories, the it's easier so puhlic Warden would Warden Lawes to be on time '. them for exnlain the un usual circumstances embodying the HERE'S already an epidemic of payment and eventual cancellation spring fever among members of l of of particular debts . . . forces to society, and the respon- the "Pretty Kitty Kelly" cast Blackburn started it off with sibilities of society toward thejs aArline new hat . . . one of those small, same ami social elements. black affairs anchored with a snood. fishing HAT is your favorite song the Snoods look like means spring calls for picsong which has brought you the- nics . . spring, . and there you are! Now greatest happiness through the every actor who misses a cue must a a common fund . . . years? In a na- - pay dime tointo be used as an expense tion-widsearch the money for the favorite account for a of Amer-- ; cast picnic when T"' songs 1 f weather ica pnii gpital- - warm 1 Un-. . . comes. ny, conductor oi S new this der the Hour ot Charm All Girl system, Helen, ' who f Singing Orches- - C h o a t 1 " tra, will launch plays the role of J to has week Bunny v Jan eight 1 contest watch her step. I .;., series fr.Tat ........ .i beginning April She's in deep K" 3 and closing disgrace at the v PhilSpitalny 4 May 22. Mr. Spit- - moment. alny conceived the idea of the Song Given to hoard-- ' w.4 Search following requests for favor- ing old radio ite songs of famous peoples which scripts. Helen have been featured a3 part of the found herself Arline Blackburn Monday night programs over NBC right at the mike with a copy oi at 9 o'clock, E.S.T. Among the selec last year's broadcast! Somebody tions have been Beethoven's "Moon- - brought her up to date in a hurry. . 0 Seal-omat- ic y WOTilCE T PUBLIC from an infection in his hand frC scratch or sliver he received ? ' cleaning their yarct Kenneth Bet ' tending the service station. spent Saturday in this frienda, J "' city '5"::--: with her father, Mark SimmW Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grant w daughters are stavw ir, tl City, where Mr. Grant is recovef : I i Mr. and Mrs. Victor N. Hansen lanuiy spent Saturday and SupA Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chr:;-.- . and family who has been premie r esidents of thi3 city, moved to ham City Wednesday, to make home on the estate of Thomas F ' Crompton. Mr. Christensen sold v. property in this city to Merle ' kier. of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Anderson. Miss Marcia Checketts, of this city Miss Rula Jean Gardner, and Miss Joyce Chlarson of Honeyville spent Saturday in Logan with Miss Emma Jean Oskar. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dugan, of Salt Lake City, spent Saturday and Sun- - . ' I i , ".; ""IKS "4 Ea 1 o"' Verna Simmonsen of p land, Oregon is visiting in tv, ,;" spent Sunday in Garland at the home 1? 'c' Miss Lake-City- , H B (J ?mm!S?4m& i. "4 ?X W fit5i --77 1 ! . 1 I - v e 5 " Hi 1 -- ..r SPECIAL low hazards Union Pacific. hway cuts, changing dangerous blowouts in to safe, slow leaks. . . Possible apairmail letpearance of a three-ceone sheet of of tergram, consisting The west's thrilling attraction! See it and double pleasure of your trip by visiting Southern California the way at little or no extra rail fare. I EAST TREMONTON 17 Miss May Fridal entertained paper folded up and having a weight limit of half an ounce; it is being considered by the Post Office Department. . . A new carbonated beverage whose main ingredient is the tropical fruit papaya. . A folding camp chair with back that can be raised or lowered to fit the contours of a human being. at s family dinner at her home last Wed. nesday evening in honor of her neph ew, John Fridal, who has just recently returned from a mission to Australia. On Friday evening the young er members of the family were en tertained. A tray luncheon was serv ed and the evening was spent in play, ing games. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Haslam and daughters, Edra and Lola, of Lewis ton, Utah, spent Easter Sunday visit ing with Mrs. Ada C. Garfield and family. Mrs. R. G. Brough spent from Wed nesday to Saturday in Salt Lake vis iting with her daughter, Dona. Mrs. J. O. Garfield, Irvin Garfield and Dorothy Lucas attended the fun eral of their cousin and niece, Mrs Ethel Fitzgerald, in Draper, Sunday. Mrs. R. G. Brough, Donna Brcugh and Mrs. LaVon Garfield were the Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ray. mond Hill, of Mantua. Glon Garfield spent Saturday and faunday in Salt Lake attending con ference and visiting with relatives. Fae Fridal, Faye Garfield and Lyd-i- a Fridal were Logan visitors Sunday afternoon. . on Lan't Advertise Today $31-19- $35-8- 9 RouodTrip in Stand- ard Pull-r- a n Round Trip in Challen- Slaap-n- g Cart; Berth Extra Coacaaa BaitbEztra Ask about $90 far in Coach m and $133 in PuUmana lot circle to fr&n-ci- co both the New York and Saatrip Fain and return. Bound Trip HonndTrip BoaaHnp in Stand- - in Challen-- in Conard Pnli- - oer Sleep. iorUbH Cmosm nana-- ingCaxai Berth txta BerihEztia See Boulder Dm loniakiSo-- W irom Cahtomia. All expense Ua Veaa, Her., at low m $4 w mm (mm Tremonton, Utah n I 0 H:M"H--H,H.H'- t 0 A Of T M t Telephone 40 - i Stn,tMJ I N 0 THE O ' Spring rurmture VALUE .... Add a touch of Spring with some ANGELES Jan Garrique Masaryk, son of founder and its former Minister to Great Britain, spoke bitterly last week before University of California students: "They operated on us at Munich and without an anesthetic. Then that man comes into the hospital and rapes us. To make a complete job of it, he then extracts the gold from our teeth." Czecho-Slovakia- 's The Bear, River Valley Leader Tremonton, Utah Telephone 23-- J j Mew L7iisirM0.re Luxurious and So Comfortable and the prices arc so tempting, even to the thriftiest buyer! down and idleness of 338,000 workers m Appalachian bituminous region; i an roan carioadmgs in that area drop but mining in other coal fields stimu- lated. Federal debt crosses mark for first time. .'. Aircraft exports rise 31 per cent as result of British, French purchases. . . I MAKE YOUR HOME A HAVEN OF REST AND BEAUTY EXPERT RADIO SERVICE Gene's Radio Service - A. D. SARGENT, Agent LOS You're not talking to a mass meeting .... you're talking to a parade , for furthtr detail ooeraife "THAT MAN" Quit Tomorrow on HoundTrip in Com iortabla o and the LOW FARES SAN FRANCISCO To riEiv Yonn To VIA LOS ANGELES $110 e ?9Q " $89 $34.14 t, nt comfort fares . . . meal service . . . fresdom frciu higenjoy these advantages by going iiast via round-tri- p And Son Francisco's Golden Gate International Exposition Would you like to have a photograph of yonr radio favorite? This newspaper will be glad ta furnish you with a picture of any star. Address yonr request to the editor. wage-hou- " Mr. and Mrs. Percy M. Brailsford and two sons, of Brigham City, Mrs. Auerusta Iverson, Mrs. Thressa Brails ford and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Car rol Hall and daughter, Golden Peter sen and three children of Snowville: Sund-''"- - fish-net- con-de- the office of Dr. D. B. Green and Dr. G. M. Evans, dentists, will be closed every Wednesday afternoon. City, where they visits J: a tives. Miss Gayle Holmgren, who . i, ing school in Paul, Idaho weekend in this city visitirgX" ents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben gren, returned to Idaho tag. Floyd Gennie, of Wells anti-socia- HEADLINES IN NEW YORK U .S. Solicitor General Jackson inter-stat- e trade barriers as perversions of State's rights. . . Edward Stettinius, Jr., TJ. S. Steel chairman, is hopeful on immediate outlook for his industry. . . Western Electric Co. pension fund, maintained entirely by the company for retired workers, passes $50,000,000 mark. . . Disagreement between union and operators r over contract causes shut- - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE m home from the Canadian mission. The public is invited. Mrs. La Von Anderson, wife of Merlin Anderson, had the misfortune to fall while out Eastering on Sunday, breaking two bones in her right ankle. She has her foot in a cast and is confined to her bed. Mrs. Erigham Jensen ana ner naoy boy returned home Sunday from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Checketts, of this city, accompanied by Mr. ana Mrs. Arnold- Slatter, of Ogden, spent Saturday and Sunday in Salt where they attended the y, ar all-met- al SO-5- d of ..,i..iM.i.m.iimiuHi.iii.immmii..im.iimm.mmi r Hc-te- . da-fin- In I com-"ntato- r. i "The To Your Town Am.n imimumii.muii tea-- i rular favorite of Walter ffilr&b .noted co nduetorLu.ot--and 7 -Herceuss" selected ly the program's news ot Weekly cash prize ofand an I.E.S. lamp will be fered or the best oa the topic; "My Favorite Song . . Entries should b i-e- Why" to the Hour of Cbar X General Electric Bldg.. New ? caLtw The'en! t.J.re !r the U. S. whure any line mattrr cover .dvt.in,r end Without obu.ned be r Indurtnal Library. Obhgarion .. the Matter yoo ar e AHverti.ing Write "r Bu.ineM interested in; tame will bepromptlyforwarded. JSKEEICAM IXDOSTSIAL LIBRARY h hour. The new t'ure is called 1IC j Cities concert ning J2.00 and j , dcasting Service Is presenting a drama during 113 regu lar Friday eve I . . OR the first time la more than 13 years of continuous Broa- RATES ONE YEAR (Li Advance) SIX MONTHS (In Advance) THREE MONTHS (In Advance) V Mrs. Hailing. y Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ive. an announcement of a bahVi.1 h 16 in J?' Friday, April 7 to Mr Next Sunday evening, April and Housley, of Rio Tinto, and Key?' the BearRiver City Ward chapel Sacrawa3 formerly i in c,.;.r. .t:on villi the pro-rrahome cent of citv ment meeting, a welcome will be held in honor of Darrcl Mrs. Iverson. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. George oisw . A. Gardner, who recently returned ily spent the weekend in News and Views on Air Personalities JAMES WALTON'. Publisher WALTON, Editor and Business Manager First West Street RIVER CITY By Mrs. C. W. Krausiora of Each Week Published at Tremonton, Utah, on Thuitday 5 r BEAU i V WKW !