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PAGE EIGHT . ; Brigham City. Utah . Wednesday, January 2S, 1950 Returns As Ghost Prize For Adds LOOKING BACK It Happened In Box County Year Forty-Si- x To German Scene Elder A pale (UP) swastika, once the sign boosting Hitlers reich for a thousand years, Is making a comeback in Germany, . - It appears on walls, on tops of buildings, in telephone booths and even on some customs seals. Nobody knows why nothing Is done about It.' The swastika signs and Nazi slogans were washed off and removed from the walls when the war ended, but their space remained and left the same mark, even if it is more feeble now, Jn Celle, in. the British zone, a swastika became visible on the weathervane of a building. A city alderman explained that after the war It was patched up with a piece of sheet metal. Wind and weather have done their work since and the swastika Is visible again. He promised that this time theyll do a good job. On Customs Seal Or there Is the case of a British officer, who discovered that the German customs seal on his luggage bore the once familiar mark, the eagle holding the Nazi sign. Customs officials claimed they have no funds to buy seals. A farmer on the Baltic island of Fehmarn has a swastika on his bam. In 1945 he removed It, only , to have the same sign there,' clearly distinct from the original color of the barn. At the Hamburg railway sta tion one can see in bright sun e light a slogan of the Nazi defeat, holding out with Hitler. The sign did hold , Ago. Juror List For Feb.. 1904 ' On January 21, 1904, the juror list .Joe the month of February were listed. Some of those Joe O. Barker, Corinne; list-wer- (HAMBURG , e .; Good iffe, Snowville; David Hirschl, and J. W. Palmer, Park Volley; W. H. Glover, J. C. ; David Evans, James Byericksen, David Evans, James Bywater, Jr., 'John B. iMeMaster, John L. Christensen, all of Brig. ham City. . , , Fred-tiekse- Canning Company Quarrel iAt a meeting of all the stockholders in the cannery company of - Brigham City, considerable 111 feeling was developed concerning the election of directors. The Ogden stockholders, who owned half of the stock felt they should have a vote on the matter of electing officers, and the local stockholders felt ; they should not. The directors finally elected were George (H. Matson, I. N. " pierce, Nels Jenson, Chas. Kelly and J. B. McMaster. Music Recital The. vocal students of Mrs. Lottie Cozier from Willard and Brigham City were presented at the opera house and was described as a, success. ; Editorial on the Fruit Grower's Assn. v The editorial of the week concerned the organization of a growers organization. Many prominent fruit growers were In favor of the association Hansen who leaves next week and listed several advantages for a mission to Scandinavia. of it. (The organization still functions here.) A. T. (Nyde, editor of the Logan Journal, Is wanted by the sher Items Of Interest Iff of Cache county but cannot Brigham City hfever had. better or more- lasting , sleighing be located. He is said to have contracted a polygamous marthan this winter. , riage claiming to his wife to Electricians have been wiring have toreceived special dispensado so. the court house this week tion last-minut- fruit - January Four Star NEWS BOX ELDER - county for the city electric lights. About 24 lights were put In. The Utah Poultry and Farmers has just been Cooperative awarded second place In a national farm advertising competition for a series of ads which appeared in this paper. Utah Poultry was in competition with 175 of the leading farm cooperatives In America, including such huge organizations as Calavo, California Fruit Farmers Growers, Washington Co-oand others equally well known. 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