ThnrsdayVJnly Senator Pittman to Address jUtah Taxpayers Association i il,oivVh)oi)I7viwii Metal Minin Men in August Appeals for Moderate Levies & tio ee Food vpollwe inny result not only In loss of food, but lu mrious nine United WASHINGTON, D. C. written vm article The following States Senator Key Pittman of Nev- - by M.1I. Hairls, executive eecretary of children, according to n ball- - tin ada haa accepted an Invitation to 0f the Utah Taxpayer Association: released the other day by the 1tan FRIDAY . SATURDAY Health. I,arhn' narI peak at the fourthcomlng 6th An- - Tt, ft,- - tax levyf:t,,, fnP .a..tn mid 22ml their ln! reach that peak July -nual Metal Mininic Convention and . h ig'dUrasxj A rav rMp0uibllity ' . lal aunimer require Hint precau-CongreExposition of the American Mining wiih vl,u ilea lad weakeiSS Uon be taken now. Freiju.,,, die- which I. to he held at Salt are the Lake City, August 21 to 31, on the food; year, of adversity, he U rheal tllae.se. aubject The Future of Silver. Al n lh. VArva If he is xpollage. ,.niiaiive out that The bulltin pointed aya an ardent advocate of silver, l0 BUrvjve lhe crushing tax load In rural areas, where neillur. . b Senator Pittman led the vlctorlou. home. Tax j,ack J!1"J? VrXd j,ig flKht In congrea. to secure a higher electricity nor ice refrigerator- - are; white for the metal. Largely, You are sympathetic with hi. eon- - avalbable. may be provldeil with! price Icelea. coolers which may through hia effort., backed by Anticipated Improvement in These devi.e was of b" ailver the anywhere Senators, majority TC0n0mlc conditions has been delay-- 1 to operate ( and easy the industry successful in achieving inexpensive the of M presremind you bulletin says, the are the 71.11c an ounce statutory efficient, (They situation bH eonrtrurteil of light wood II fur ailver. levies IL state that ... Following action of the Senate on w.U lucrease'more ,h Uvea the recent monetary bill. Senator The cash Income from Utah farms Includes . drawing and Pittman became aware of a serious was ajructlon Including Federal subvention, an would tax unintended that completed box. danger with In 1838 SUNDAY - ONLY be assessed by tbe treasury on do- - $38,361,000 , iaIS compand of the bulletin may lie n!- Topics 33 of a ,0M 2.'!rd the district public health mestle mined from to silver delivered tbe 'taiued July mw In Ogden, Provo fwlar Pity, mints. The Secretary of tbe Treasury office metal's In Utah mined The value of Wchfield and harmliiglon. Indicated that CO per cent "transfer wan WARN1RBAXTER1 in 1929. This $85,000,000 be tax' would assessed on the differa in 1938, to ence between the world price for sil- dropped of $44,000,000 63 per cent In 10 years.! reduction U11.U1 . H ver and the price paid domestic prok While there was a combined loss "AH 'Ml RING hXIIIIMTION ducers by the U. 8. Government for of 46 per rent in the two basic in- coinage purposes; this would have dustries of the state (agrlrluture j softball game at thu The reduced the effective price received and mining) in 10 years, the tax! Eureka donkey last to evening CSc, by park M. MATINEE 2 I. producers approximately load state and local has jumped and nullified the benefits of the pro- from $24,020,000 to $31,415,000 for I'rovtd to he an interesting end posed legislation. Through Senator 1938 or 30 per cent amusing exhibition, which was en- MONDAY - ONLY X Pittmans efforts, the bill emerged to taw "owd that was The cost of living has gone down July 2 llli congress and was enacted Into law 15.3 per cent In the past ten year In attendance. What those long oared .containing specific language which nd the index of wholesale prices animals did was hilarious and what the hoys was .eliminate the danger that such a has dropped 20.4 per cent in the " of tax will be assessed. caution. same time. This means that $85 Metal mining men are looking for- and $80 respectively, will buy as The soft ball team, of 'he Ci, ward with keen Interest to his ad- - much as $100 at the earlier period. m "' Variety Store which will be made at the Mon-- ! p,n tax buj Rhoulil be reduced to nlshrd the riders for the differed! ' contests. I.ees lesm had a nivht out: day afternon session of tbe Conven-confortherewith, t Ion, August 24. The condition of Utah ranges l They won the donkey polo game; th donkey softball game, and According to Julian D. Conover, now g p,.r cent below the of the American Mining' average. dentally, the regular league so'thalt Drought! Congress, plans for the program for! The IT. 8. D. A. estimate the wheat game from the CCC boy. Thi game 'the metal Mining meeting are prac- -' yield at 42 per rent below that of was played as a preliminary to the tirally completed. Leaders in the in- - iat year and 26 per rent below the donkey exhibition. dUKtry will meet In Salt Lake City for average. i a thorough dlscusalon of operation! The sugar beet production Is esti- - UTAH I.AKF I.KVFI. DltOPH and with YF.AIt OF THAT LAST HEIjOW questlona problems dealing mated at 510,000 ions compared government and national defense. with 813.000 tons In 11935. ThU Slated for consideration at tho s loss of 37 per rent. Utah Lake contain 3.0,0Uu acre MATINEE 2 I, meeting are: The Strategic Minerals The outlook Is black! In view of feet of water at present, compared rrogram; The Developing of Done- the facts here presented we request with 410,000 al the same time last' estic Sources of Deficient Minerals; that taxes be reduced to fit the re- - year, State Engineer T. II. Humph TUESDAY - ONLY Mineral Itesourres and World Poll- - duced taxpayer. erys reported late last week. July until tics; Future Prospects for the Metals Despite the decline, however, the Msy we suggest that as s means a symposium of the status and out- - of effectuating necessary relief to .supply Is adequate to fill the needs look for copper, lead, line. Iron ore, the taxpayer that you now carefully, of the Salt Lake county farmers, who gold. Industrial minerals, and other Estimate depend on the lake for their principal your budgets. metals; New Equipment and Improv- - all but essential activities; postpone supply and considerable irrigation ed Practices In Metal Mining, The ekpltal commitments; cut the levy to! water will be held over for next Mnrenrl Pit of Phelpa Dodge Corpo- - conform to the decreased ability of year, it was reported, ration; Progress In Milling Practice the taxpayer. His suivival demands! Although there was a good hold-an- d lover this year, the spring run off Equipment; Contract Systems In a slashing of the tax hill! Metal Mining; Industrial Relations; Bare neccessilies are avallabio to, was lees than last year and there The Wagner Act and the Mining In- - the taxpayer that is all he ran hem a heavier irrigation use and M. H. Harris, greater loss through evaporation. I dustry; Air Hygiene In the Mining ford In government! Industry; A Critical Review of Oc- - - - -cupatlonal Disease Legislation; Mine : if Ventilation and Dust Control; Problems of Mine Financing; The Needs' Hid 10c IIAIUJAI.V SHOW Jof Primary Mining Ventures; the I Wage-Hou- r Art and Taxation. WEDNESDAY - THURSDAYl Monetary legislation, which has been the focal point of national atJuly 2lllli ami 27tli tention during the past weeks, to- -j IRENE DUNNE get her with Federal taxation as It, CHARLES EOYSR affects the mining Industry, will rums In for thorough discussion at ,tlie meeting. Leaders In government j ,and Industry are expected to address jthe Convention on these subjects. Keen Interest la being evidenced Leo Mscaaiv the metal mining states JACK IOT MM1IT THITWDAY l throughout .over the program for tho meeting, and It la expected that more than 2000 IIU.MI LADY RECOVERING. metal mining men will be In 8alt ee Lake City for the Convention session. Lloyd Kay returned home Sunday In conjunction with theae sessions! after spending tho week end an exposition of mining machinery. In Salt loike City with Mrs. Kay and equipment and supplies, participated their young daughter, Irsel, who is a by a hundred leading manufats recovering from a serious Injury. Mr. turera, will be held. All types of Kay says that she Is recovering In a equipment necessary to modern manner and should he lag and milling operations will he able to leave the hospital the latter displayed, part of this week. The young lady sustained a serious head lujury when One father maintains ten children she was thrown rrom an automobile better than ten children maintain three weeks ago. one father. -- 2li se ijr"by I Ih, prlnt f. ! ... ... I'. iiiJnfi)V ! Travel in m ry 10-ye- ar y GOING WEST visit glamorous Southern California an route to the San Francisco Exposition at littlo or no extra rail fare. LOW FARES Is $110.55 I - af-;h- ! Te New York $99.80 rud $77.50 hulTilfa Tii U jus Tiip w Slaadaid fall- - CXallaagai Csaiortabla aaa Bilk Siaapiag Can Coachaa. Saitk Ealta. alia. f naaiaea S. ( I OAK NO. $35.30 gmad Trig la StaadaidfaU- A 0 81 INI loaalTriria Boudfrlala - Iran Laa $30.60 Ckallaagar CoatlaMa laaldat Daaa as Caaataa. lamia la Saalkata a ada fen Law wal katwaaa-kataVagaa, Mata da. ddatliMnJl Y h It O II.' I N Kl'HKKA, I'TAH Spwmwni Si a 0 LOS ANC&H Cahiarali. faOa aad tabus. Fwhiik vk $33.55 SAN FRANCISCO aaa laith Xtaaplag Can Xaitk gain. Iaba. 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