The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Four ' Juy MK WMB VftojdsAri $JullwAhA TET i steamer wall mournfully, a train whistle In the distance or a plane roar overhead and the modern Gulliver sighs deeply. These sounds mean far-oplaces and those faraway places is where he wants to be. The yen to see another part of the world is a perfectly normal urge. Many young men and women are satisfying that desire and earning a salary besides. They are simply aiming at a career abroad. ' And It Is not always a Job with banner headlines. The position of teaching, for instance, Is regarded as a typical job. Yet It can be a springboard to foreign ff stay-at-ho- me travel School teachers, both male and female, have been sent abroad to teach the children of military personnel These young teachers travel wherever military personnel may be stationed. Opportunities for overseas teaching may also be had in the mission field. Teachers are being sent to i AM pNSTEItb if9. a dfapd "t Stunts o) HAS CATCHER.. PUXfE,APOGOFER.WI hi JrtJiUX. OF SOUTH LDN,MlCVL NEW TWEOCT.WHICM DEALS WCTtOMAGWJISM AMDGMViTY, UOHT OM TH Er SEASONAL MIGRATION OF tlP-DS- VSMTH Hki SHED FUBHEl HAS GOLD CtCWHS ON ITS LONEL FRONT TEETH... July 4th was celebrated by a . Senate to investigate huge elcc- lot of people who have no idea of Uon expenditure complaints. what the American republic stood for in the times that tried men's Tayers lifts world speed boat souls. mark to 160.3225 m.p.h. Chief Brand Lime Gr Stuff 1 HIGH CALCIUM LIME We Specialize in High Calcium Chemical Hydrate for Mills and Smelters I FERTILIZERS O PLASTERING I CUB i CONSOLIDATED MINING CO. I 60$ Dooly Duilding Salt Lake City : Plant: Saddle, Utah nacanJl ILvauui iGnNMMl Mix-Up- Play "Musical Motives" one day soon, by asking "It to leave the 5 Observes room. The other players now de9 Live cide exactly what they want him Circus Rebus to do upon his return. It might be, Four items common to a circus "Say goodnight and put on your hat" When they call him back are hidden in this rebus. Unveil they start singing "Goodnight them by using the words and picLadies and "Put on Your Old tures: Gray Bonnet" As soon as "It" catches on, and correctly follows the musical directions, the person who thought up the song sequence becomes "It" in his turn." These three things are found in Change BIG to TOP in four every circus, strange as they seem. moves, changing one letter at a Just mix up the letters to decipher time and having a good word each them correctly: time. I LEO CLAP HIS WIG TIRES HART DIAL LAW REAM MINT Animal Riddles "Hammer and Nails is a good relay game to play when you feel like making a lot of noise. Youll need two small, lightweight hammers, a board of wood, a handful of nails, and the more players the better. Players arrange themselves into two teams. At the word "Go, the players first in line hammer a nail into the wood, then pass their hammers down the line. The persons at the end of each line, race to the table, hammer their nails into the wood, then pass their hammers down the line again. G. It has been reported that the h Hale telescope, of the Palomar observatories in California, has discovered an exploding star farther away than any yet reported. It took 50,000,000 years for Its light to reach the earth. Had the supernova been as close Vega, a bright star visible to The meeting of the Board of the nakad eye, it would have beAi Big Game Control at Ogden Thurs-ra- y aa bright as the moon, the astronnight completed the district omers assert. meeting held at Beaver, Salina, Roosevelt, and Salt Lake City. New Firms Starting In addition to the Board of Big Statistics show that in 1948 Game Control constating of J. there were 326.700 manufacturing n Perry Egan aa Chatman. Lee companies in the U. S., or nearly representing the sportsmen, 43 per cent more than in 1930. I. M. Varner representing the Forest Service, L. C. Montgomery The country's population Increased representing the Horse and Cattle less than 20 per cent In the same Growers Association and Don period. Thus, new companies were Clyde representing the Woolgrow-er- launched at a rate more than Association, numerous sportsmen, livestock men, and land own' twice as great as the population era voiced their opinions as to grew. what the kill at big game should The first natural gas well In the be this coming season. The final conclusion will be state of Maryland to produce in made by the Board of Big Game commercial quantities was com' Control which meets in executive pleted recently near Oakland. The session Friday. July 21, 1950. at well yields a flow of 432,000 cubic the State Capitol Building in the feet per 24 hours from a depth Tax Commission Board Room at of 4,500 feet A pipe line has been laid to carry the gas to consuming 9:00 A. M. The Oakland area previously With few exceptions, sportsmen areas. been drilled unsuccessfully In and livestock men were in agree- ahad search for commercial gas proment as to what the game take duction. should be this year. A small aggression from Santaquin. l'ayson Dont Hay With Snakes, and Salma demanded the annihila- You Baboon! tion of the Elk herds from their district. The amiable disposition of the deer. In addition to the regular buck groups attending the Board meetings could be laid to the fact that hunt there were an additional much more intensive study has 15.092 deer killed In anterless deer been made of range and game con- and apccial deem hunts, making ditions than at any other previous a total kill last year of 60,478 head. time in Utah's Mg game history. Utah's antlerless deer kill Is not In addition to this, the Game exceptionally high, although Utah's e Department is now in possession of problem la older than more complete statistics regard- that of most of the surrounding ing populations sex ratios, game states. Our kill of antlerlm deer ami range trends than it has ever has not been exceedingly large relhail. atively. In 1949. 42 per cent of Over an eleven-yeperiod. Utah Wyomings deer kill were antler-les- s has averaged a Buck kill of 39,786, diir, while Idaho stepped up with a hunter aurecas of 54 per to 46 per cent, and 52 per cent of cent. In 1949 the hunters of Utah the doer Colorado killed were ankilled 45,386 deer with 53 per tlerless. while Utah, only 20 per cent of tho hunters getting thlr cent of our kill was antlerless. 200-inc- Completes Its District Meetings ' 1. Cut apiece ofCUMOMD 4in. long and lain, wide Quiz shade, cerise, chartreuse or mauve is greenish in 2 .Tie a R S Joe Marsh ar Take Your Choice Bitting around last Friday evening, the talk turned to tho best way of getting to sleep when it seem you Just rout. "The way I always do, aaya Sandy Johnson, is to breathe deep and make believs I weigh a ton." "Just throw away the pillow it works every time, eaye Buts Ellis. When counting cheep came up, right away was the question: What If ini of ahrep? From where I sit, you could argue til Doomsday and never get complete agreement on a lot of things. Now, take me. Im all for having a glass of beer or als on occasion. You r "sociable beverage or buttermilk or may be a "Coke maybe a cup of hot coffee. Hut enjoying our preferences is a right in this country and each of us is entitled to his own. Ths important thing Is to respect that right in the true democratic spirit of understanding! As a matter of fact, w hat a tiresome old world this would he if we all did have ths asms likes and dislikes! Copyright, 1950, MAKE YOUR TUMMY GLAD! Open Day and Night BRITE SPOT CAFE Phono 116 Vniiti Stain Brewers FounJulium PROSPECTOR SAM Leave Shoes here for Repair. STRING, 3. Make 2 loops the same length and thread siring though holes in the cardboard. 4. Thread left hand loop through a SPOOL with a BOW PIN. T T R ARS ALAMO A TRAPEZE E Z E TRAPEZE SMEWS OZS E Calliope; High wire artists; Wild animal tamer. RIDDLES: 1 When the spider spied her. 2 Fly paper. 3 A watch dog. 4 A spelling bee. CIRCUS REBUS: Big Top; Lions; Elephant; Clowns and Freaks. THINK HARD: 112 inches. 2 Shoe tongue. 8 Pig pen. 4 Tulip bulb. 5 Shoe horn. 8 Manufacturing plant WORD CHAIN: BIG, rig, rip, tip, TOP. QUIZ: 1 Chartreuse. 2 A boat 3 A small animal 4 The musk deer. 8 Think Hard S: ry. Think of a foot that never walks, Of a tongue that never talks. Think of a pen that will not write, Of a bulb that gives no light Think of a horn that win not toot, Of a plant that has no root Now THINK HARD with all your might So your answers will be right Next time you'll need sera frozen lollipop or phot marker sticks, a ansll piece of thin win, seme fancy gift wrapping pipr and glue. Farmers Get Lights , Only Human 4 In the movies, on the stage, on 4 Jon Witcomb, illustrator for the the radio the in Industry Half a million more America Cosmopolitan magazine, asked 24 star shines only If the support- farmers got electricity for ttt of his contemporaries to name the ing players and the producers first time in 1949, it was annomc-ewoman they consider the most are the very best In their line. recently. As a result 83 p beautiful In the world. Greta Garcent of our farms now have eke bo received three votes one half tricity, compared with only 10 po vote more than Ingrid Bergman. that one artist nominated "the cent 15 years ago. Elizabeth Taylor got two nominP.8. Bergman. Reform must come from srithta ations. Whitcomb explains Miss Most of the Illustrators named for virtue. James Cut legislate Bergmans half vote by reporting their own wives. Inal Gibbons. ini for lough jobs MS HORHPOWIR G.T.W. ratings: lbs. and F-8- -1 89,000 lb. G.V.W. ratinp: 19,000 lbs. and 22,000 lba 17ih wheelbases. 145 147--. 159- - 195-jn- . b.p.V-8- . HO HORMPOWIR Series or rough ones snd F--6 C.0JE. F-- 6 16,000 lbs. G.V.W. 28,000 lbs. G.T.W. C.O.K.) sad Sixes or 95-h.- p. (F-6- '. 110-h.- (F-- 6 106-h.- p. snd 12-f-t. snd Platform. 100-h.- Stoke 3 whew bases. IOO NORSIPOWKR G.V.W. 14, OM Series F--B lbs. Series t. and G.V.W. Stake snd Platform to11, Wet jobs 12-f- 9-- ft. 184- -, and 168- -, wheelbases. Also C.O.B V-- 8 100-h.- p. or Six. 95-h.- p. 9S NORSIPOW8R 50 Light Series F--l through 4 or sweet F-- MP'ff Stake and Platform b?dia h Choice of elude Pickup, 95-h.- 100-h.- V-- 8. p. ings range (F-- l) to FOLKS Don't forget good clean food is like good clean religion when applied in side. BUTTON 26 inch The circus TRAPEZE forms the center of this diamond. The second word Is "Latin for art the third "a famed Texan shrine, the fifth "mergansers, and the sixth is an abbreviation for "ounces." DIAMOND: NAIL to each end of i Diamond B E holes with a small game-rang- Rom where I sit ... 2 Punch 1. Which color? All of these riddles are about 2. Is a pirogue a kettle, a boat animals. or a ladys skirt? 1. When did the fly fly? 3. If you had a hamster you 2. What is the best kind of paper to be used in making kites? would have a small ham sandwich on rye, a punk actor, or a 3. What animal keeps time? 4. What is more wonderful than little animal? a horse that can count? 4. Musk, the basis for some perfume, comes from the muskmelon, a I 1 the musk deer, or the muskrat? Puzzle Answers 5. In which of these sports is It better to have a low score? Crosscountry, bowling, polo. Cross-count- STAR-SIGHTIN- Big Game Board PUZZLES GAMES . MIX-UP- 1 Word Chain s Solicitude War-burto- CHIEF BRAND Is in Town 2 Press 3 Musical note 4 Employer By Bess Ritter Patch The Circus P LC r" r -- nP- OF HYASSA OFFICIAL CROCODILE - - Alaska, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, the foreign campaigns are skilled 1 Canal Zone, the Virgin Islands, salesmen and saleswomen who seU M Cuba, Guam and other parts of the everything from radios to plastic world Salaries are generally lower products. The airlines and the Crossword than those paid In the United steamship companies employ a The silhouette of a circus bandof wide wants Gullivers. who but teacher States the variety serves as a background for to see life abroad counts the exIf you are looking for statistics wagon this crossword puzzle: perience as the added value. you will find approximately 300' Many of the large oil companies jobs that can be filled by compeemploy teachers for their em- tent people for work abroad. The ployes' children. A teacher, under question of whether you are comi 4 oil contract, could be sent to Af- petent can only be answered by rica, South America or even Iran. you yourself. You should have the required education, plus the esTOURSES, doctors, technologists sential qualifications, plus experi1 and others connected with ence, plus a real desire to live medicine are in demand by the abroad and not grumble over the government, the oil companies and sacrifices necessary to such a moVe. the mission fields. An ambition to see the world Openings in the foreign service, can be satisfied. Should it be your ACROSS 1 Traveling show through the State Department and ambition right now might be a the War Department, have been 6 Exist good time to query the vocational found for secretaries, typists and field 7 Southeast (ab.) streamto and you appealing stenographers. Librarians too are lining your education accordingly. 8 Universal language sent overseas through the Office of 9 Honey-mak- er Special Service. 10 Penetrates Frequently commissioned for DOWN mm KH&GOVEJLNMfcMT T STORIES PICTURES 21. CAAJjgJ 10,000 lbs. (F-4- L tCoor 0d nfg' Ford Trucking Costs less ec0 FORD ITRUCEtS LAST LONGER u0 4t sHnefln M 1,392,000 Inrii, Ms hniraw nMrfi Pim In4 E3tl:i? GOSHEN, UTAH Iiwki W Iwo1 (5.