|Sugar House Bulletin
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|Sugar House Bulletin
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. THE SUGAR HOUSE BULLKTl.V 1910 THE SUGAR HOUSE BULLETIN Business Office and Plant at 1119 Eaat 21st ScutI ' Sugar House, Utah A WEEKLT PUBLICATION Covering the Southeast Section of S.vt Lake City 1. M. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One Year ................... Stx Months, in advance .. Three Months, In advance CONNIKF, Publisher. PUBLISHED FRIDAY Mail Delivery of Rural Routei The issue i tlie ITAI1 TAXPAYER is jut off the press. This issue deals particularly with the trend it" the bond hurden of every taxing unit iu tlie State during tht. past ten years. It shows that l.'tah is very favorably situated with regard to her bonded indebtedness. It shows that during the past ten years ljoth the State (government and the counties arc well on It also their way to becoming debt free. shows that despite $13,000,000 expenditure for capital outlay, that the indebtedness of the school districts has been reduced by 21 per cent in the past decade. With municipalities the situation is not During the ten year quite so favorable. period many new communities have been incorporated to develop their water supply and incidentally to take advantage of federal grants. All in all it is pointed out that in the past 18 years the per canita dcSt in Utah has been reduced from $106.85 to $60.30. while in the country as a whole the trend has been decidedly upward. The leading editorial, "THE LEGISLATURE", states that. "Representatives chosen at the election now REPRESENT ALL THL PEOPLE OF THE STATE, even those who' opposed them. , This is AN IMPORTANT 160,000 Men to Qualify For Service Preparations to meet the requirements of the Army for induction of 160,000 Selective Service trainees in January, 1941, are in full swine; with every unit of the Selective Service System moving swiftly to supply the men necessary for the call. National Selective Service Headquarters, System said today. Throughout the nation some 6,500 local boards now are issuing questional res and classifying registrants so as to have in readiness the required 160,000 Class men, those available for immediate service when the Army Corps Area commanders ask fur them, C A. Dykstra, Director of Selective Service, asserted. 1-- A NOTES FROM ..11-5- -.- WASHINGTON 0 40c PHASE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PRO It also declares that nothing must interfere with national defense. "(ireat CESS." sacrifices will be demanded of all old and voung alike. Defense is paramount. THE HEST AIDS TO DEFENSE ARE STATE Without these AND LOCAL ECONOMV. have defense can wc Thus will fail. it only without destroying the taxpayer." It charges the representatives to require carefully prepared budgets of every department and to see that the total tax burden is reductd. "WASTE OR WARSHIPS ECONOMY OR EXTINCTION." The leading article is also on NATIONAL DEFENSE and reproduces a communication sent out to all budget making officials of Utah. It insists that. "LOCAL ECONOMY This IS THE P.EST AID TO DEFENSE. GREATLi reflected in be must economy REDUCED BUDGETS. The taxpayers now expect loth greater efficiency in government and at the same time REDUCED SERVICES. This is your opportunity to do your part in Remember, DEFENSE the present crisis. THE TAXDESTROYS IT IF FUTILE IS PAYER IN THE PROCESS." AH in all this is a valuable issue for oiti-cia- ls and taxpayers alike, and should be carefully studied by all. Issuance of a call for a given number of men for any one month does not imply that they will all be inducted into the armed forces on specific dates, Mr. Dykstra He pointed out the Corps said. Area commanders may induct trainees as they require them and indicated that inductions under the January call probably will be spread out from early in January until February 1. Local boards and their examln ing physicians are well aware of the work that must be accomp lished before the call is made and are acting accordingly, Mr, Dykstra asserted. He said: "With the first call for men almost completed the entire Selec tive Service System has gained vast experience and is well pic pared to respond to the expected call for 160,000 trainees In Janu ary. nr. aaa "The NovemDer can ior ou.uw introduction an men was merely to the task which confronts us in January and will continue to But in that call we face us. learned lessons which should be of great benefit to us in the future. "All operations of Selective including classification Service, and physical examination of trainees, are becoming more and more coordinated every dav. and as they increase in unt formlty administrative problems decrease DroDortionatelv. The Director pointed out tliat a conference of State directors of Selective Service and State pro curement officers will be held In Washington this week and said that every effort then will be made to ensure "the smoothest possible" operation of Selective Service in the January and sub sequent calls. pros-uecti- ve Public Health The total number of cases of communicable disease reported to the Utah State Board of Health for the week ending December 6, showed an increase of 203 cases as compared with the previous week. However, the total of 489 for the week is 154 cases fewer than were reported for the same week in 1939. The report shows a sharp rise in the number of cases of influ enza: a total of 243 cases was reported as compared with 9 for last week. This total does not Include number of cases of influenza throughout the State who felt that they were not ill enough to call a physician. cases of pneumonia Thirty-nin- e were reported; an increase of 12 over the previous weeK. in aaai tion to this number, 9 cases of influenzal pneumonia were report' ed by the physicians. Burgundy (Dry) Chablia (Dry) Hmut Sa litems (Mellow) Sauterne (Dry) Muscatel ifsl Muscat R de Fron- tignan Sherry XXX Sparkling Moselle EttK: t.'iSnmrklinr Burgundy Bed Port XXX Famous Beanlten Vineyards Wines Rutherford, Napa County, CaliforniaWtaM .Dnr wort WtaM aimM sis Alcohol 11 kr v kr VU DENTIST, or an OPTOMETRIST A PLUMBER, AN ELECTRICIAN, A DOCTOR, A A RADIO TECHNICIAN A BARBER or A BEAUTICIAN A LAUNDRY. MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN'S WEAR SHOES or SHOE REPAIRING COAL or BUILDING SUPPLIES ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONS, BAKERY GOODS, GROCERIES, MEATS, AUTOMOBILES, and SERVICE.' A NEW FURNACE, or VENTILATING A SHEET METAL WORKER A DRY CLEANER. ETC, ETC, ETC Also the quickest way to Sugar House by BUS. (See the Map) V In line with the policy whereby National Park Service superin Undents are periodically shifted so that they may acquire expert' of ence in the administration aieas in different locations, James R. McConaghie, superintendent of National Gettysburg Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, has been transferred to Vicksburg National Military Park, Vicks burg, Mississippi, and J. Walter of the Coleman, superintendent Vicksburg Park since 1936, will move to Gettysburg, it was announced today by Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes. The Bureau of Reclamation called for bids to lease all or part of nearly 35,000 acres of public land on the Marias project area in Montana for grazing The land is located in the Mar ias and Lonesome Lake reservoir sites, in northern Montana near It will be leased for Shelby. the calendar year 1941, with the option to renew annually until 1946. Sealed proposals will be received by the Bureau of Re clamation at its Washington, D. omce and opened at 2 d. m.. December 30, Eastern Standard time. c Young men called to the colors for either military training or active service in the armed forces of the United States today were assured Dy Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes that their rights in homesteading, mining, or other activities on the public domain under Federal land laws will be fully protected durinesuch service by new regulations of the General Land office. Issued under the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act of 1940. the regulations in effect suspend penalties and restrictions which would operate against land or lease holders who would am un able to meet homestead residence or improvement requirements be cause they are in the military' service. - Last Mailing Dates For Christmas Delivery Last day on which to mail par cels and cards to reach their destination for delivery before Christmas Day, 1940, is announc ed by I. A. Smoot, postmaster. December 1 6th Alabama. Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine. Massa chusetts, MississiDDl. Maryland. North Carolina, New Hampshire, new jersey. New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Caro lina, Vermont. Washington, D. C, and West Virginia. December 17th Illinois. Indiana. Kentucky. Mi chigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Wis December 18th Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana. Min nesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South uanota, Texas and Washington. December 19th northern Arizona, California, part Idaho, north and Montana, New Mexico and Nevada. December 20th California, central and southern part. Colorado, Idaho, southern All Utah towns not on part. railroads, and Wyoming. December 21st Utah towns on railroads and Salt Lake City. If your parcels are ready or mailing It is suggested that you man tnem prior to the dates men' tioned to avoid congestion. You may note on the address side of the parcel without additional cost 'This parcel should not be opened Derore Cnristmas." Be sure your parcels and let ters are correctly addressed. Al ways place the name and address of the sender, on all mail. This will insure its return when with the exception of the cards mailed at the 14c rate unsealed. In this connection it is suggested you pay the letter rate on such cards which is 2c for delivery in the city and 3c out of town, 'ix paid ror at the letter rate, if the addressee has moved and a forwarding order is on file it will be forwarded and if incor rectly addressed will be given di rectory service. Cards mailed at the 14c rate do not receive this service. Only Snedal Deliveries deliver ed Wednesday. December 2Rth. Mail e"Hv to aiire delivery on or before Tuesday, December 24th. For best service send greetings Frrt Class mail. Register or lniire gifts. Combine Air Mail nd SneHal Delivery for Kneed cannot guarantee delivery Ohritmaa of anvthinnr mailed '"ter than dates above specified. GET A COPY FROM YOUR MERCHANT OR CALL AT THE SUGAR HOUSE BULLETIN OFFICE, AND KEEP IT FOR REFERENCE. red port pp''-ia- H If muscatel ilW(M I It 3rafcSL BOB WHITE PORT ""j TOKAY One case of poliomyelitis was reported from Salt Lake City. The patient is 27 years of age. The total cases of poliomyelitis reported for the year is 56 as compared with 89 cases for the same period in 1939. Other diseases reported were as follows: chickenpox 111, measles S, mumps 13. scarlet fever 3, tuberculosis 6, whooping cough gonorrhea 7, syphilis 21, and in fluenzal encephalitis 1. , 1 SIIERRY ANGELICA Bonded Winery I BiseegUa Brothers Wine Co. Reedier, California laaaai SSft ft We Make 11 WtaM k V For Your Child and Her Child ORNAMENTAL IRON PORCH RAILING FURNITURE THAT ENDURES Granite Welding! & Wire Works 2021 South 11th Or AkaM V The Paint Pot East We Make the World Brighter Dial 45 21S7 Highland Drive Right by the New Post Office EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING Quick Courteous Dial Phone 91 Service PROGRESS SHOE REBUILDERS East 21st South Phone Dial 10 BUY ONLY GOOD COAL 81 PHONE Dial F. W. KIEPE on the THE TAILOR AR JOB-SUG- HOUSE CLEANING - PRESSING? 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