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3 ,L- ' - .C i e" i j- - JNWF WASHINGTON An Independent Newspaper Devoted To The Interests Of The People Ot Rich County and Lower Bear River Valley Volume 15 Number 3 PROM OUR CONGRESSMAN' W. K. GRANGER Randolph. Utah. Friday Feb. 6, 1942 West Has Large Ore Reserves to Meet Cricis PLANS BEING MADE Projects Approved For Utah The following projects in Utah have bee dc grated jis acceptable for in elusion in the Federal Works Agency piogram: Juab County, in the sum of $10,182, to construct ditch and lay pipe to convey irrigation and culinary water over porus terrain in Pigeon Creek Canyon and Chicken Creek Canyon near Levan; and build sidewalks along town streets and Federal Highway 91 in I evan (Work Projects Administration p.oject). , Ogden City, in the sum . of $72,490 (grant $18,122; applicants funds $54, 368) to construct extensions to the city system of storm sewers (Defense Public Works project). Price Bill Change vote a of 286 to 112, the House By accepted the conference 'agreement on the House and Senate versions of the Price Control bill. The provisions for licensing sellers ais a means of enforc ing the program was rejected by the House, but restored by the Senate committee. On the Senate side, the Senate committee and the Senate rejected the House provision for an independent board over the administrator. Our Army and Navy President Roosevelt told his recent press conference that six, eight or ten American expeditionary forces are outside Ithe United States in various paite of the world. The President also said this country is sending all the help it can as fast as it cain into the Southwestern Pacific war theatre He said that hereafter this theatre of war would be called ABDA area, a combination of the initials of American, British, Dutch and Australian, for sake of brev- TO SOLVE LABOR PROBLEM IN 1942 x metal mining is probably unique in what it can offer in the current emergency. The mining Industry has been crippled somewhat during the past few years, but it can rebound almost instantaneous to any stimulus. Non-ferro- - ity. The Utah Division of the United States Employment Service is making all possible preliminary plans to assure Utah farmers agricultural labor for the 1942 Harvest, Joseph S. Mayer, Acting Director of the Division announced yesterday.1 Mr. Mayer would make no pre. dctionis regarding the farm labor except to state that the United sup-pl- one-thir- States Employment Service was bending every effort to see that not only Utah but all other stages had sufficient labor to take care of the food for vie the situation for the reader let us take the case of the metal lead. The reserves of lead ores are measured by the metal content ot .he ore. Of course It must be remembered that the ores of this vagion virtually all contain certain amounts of gold, silver, copper, tary" harvest. Ira C Curtis manater Logan office of the employment service as sured farmers of this community that with other his offee in cooperation United States Employment Service offices would y do everything possible to avoid any shortage of labor in this of-t- he DINNER PARTY HELD area. "Farmers of the Rocky Mountain are being called upon to produce more food to win the war, Mr. Mayer said, and the United States Employment Service alnd other appropriate agencies are fully aware of the problems ahead. Labor must be supplied for the care of sugar beets, potatoes, An important event left out of last weeks issue was the dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. A. G., Barton. The following couples were present : Mr. an j Mrs. Joseph Wamaley, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Longhurst, Mr. . and Mrs. Ernest McKinnon, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall. Mrs. Ella Fackrell and the host peas, cherries, peaches, apples, berries and hostess. and various kinds of garden crops. LaA very delicious dinner was served. bor must also be found for livestock After dinner the evening was spent in Rook. Those present progrowers. playing Through the plans now being form- nounced it one swell affair. ulated local farmers may hire not only local and regional workers but will be ESTBAY NOTICE able to draw upotn labor resources of oher areas not being Used inv those State of Utah, areas. Experience of the past year inCounty ofRich. dicates the urgent necessity for the complete Use cf available local labor in the Laketown precinct of said and this will require the tapping1 of ebunity, I have in my possession the folevery possible resource. which if not Tho fftod production campaign- - made lowing estray animal, claimed and taken avfeiy wilP'be sold rt necessary by the emergency wil call for auction to ithe highest bidder for full output few all acres of available piiblic at cash, my coral in Laketown precinct productive alnd and full employment on the 12th day of February, Thursday, of all potential farm labor. Otherwise 1942, at the hour of 2 p. m. One gray the rationing of important productive about nine years old, weighing fcods may prove necessary within a gelding about llOOlbs.. branded in left thigh. year. Said estray was taken up by me in Pood must be provided for a much said precinct on the 3rd day of Febr. e larger army and navy and larger 1942. lary, operations and for necessary adBEN WESTON, Sheriff. ditions to the diet of millions of defense workers. These indicated increases of O 10 million in the combat forces and NEWS FROM THE UTAH STATE DEFENSE BOARD million war industry workers also mean that farm labor resources will be drain, ed. But with the cooperative effort of Rationing of automobiles, due to get farm organizations, United States Em- underway on February 2nd, has been ployment Service and other agencies we postponed until February 9th, and posare certain that Utah farmers will tie sibly a little later, Stanley J. Stephenable to meet the challenge of more son, state director of rationing boards announced. 'In the meantime stocks of food production. new automobiles will remain frozen until such time as rationing boards receive NOTICE complete instructions, regulations, and Randolph Irrigation Co. the required application blanks and The President said great progress has in Unification of American Army and Navy commands. He said the past two months and does not result frm the Pearl Harbor inquiry board report. Mr Roosevelt said he was continuing study of the boards report pending another conference on it with War Secretary Stimson and Navy Secretary Knox. Rationing Procedure Assistant Attorney General Arnold, speaking in Chicago, said "little dealers in tires, sugar and scrap iron" will be protected by the Government against monopolistic "squeeze plays of Mr. Arnold said the big business. Justice Department has received numerous complaints that big dealers were attempting to "comer the sales" of the There ar eshortages three materials. of sugar and iron and tires and there is no point kidding about it, he said, "but it isnt so serious that distribution can not be governed, or that some dealers should attempt to become buccaneers. He said two courses should be fallowed in dealing with "unfair trades complaints; ask the Office cf Price Administration to invoke its polThere are delinquent on the following icy, or, in findings of alleged monopoly request the Justice Department to pros- described Water Stock, on account of ecute. assessment levied. The several amContinued on Last page ounts set opposite the respective names of shareholders as follows; Cert. No. Share Amt. Name been, made Mining booms ta:9 place over-nigh- t and there is sufficient smelting capacity existing in Utah to take care of almost any emergency. The lead-zin- c smelters only used d of their capacities about in 1941, due to the lack of ore production from smaller mines. In order to more clearly visualize I r lend-leas- Geo. W. Kennedy ... 458 110 $20.90 428 Wm. Johnson 200 40.00 Charles Spencer 405 42.2 20.76 As much of each parcel of the above stock as may be necessary will be sold at the front door of the court house in on February flth 1942, at Randolph 10:00 a. m., to pay the delinquent assessment thereon together with costs of advertising and expense of sale. By Order of the Board of Directors. D. M. HOFFMAN, Secretary. LAKETOWN NEWS Mrs. Charles Eller and Mrs. Marv Hear received, word last week that Howard Eller, a Marine in Iceland, and Theo. Kearl in the Pacific, f.eet, ' are well. Sidney, Heber, Ralph, Ethel, Conrad and Rosella Irwin spent Thursday evening with the Brigham Irwin family Mr. at St. Charles. and Mrs. DeWitt Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson mo- . tored to Montpelier Tuesday.-MrG. Weston Thomas Mra and spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week visiting at the home of their sc a Gifford in Ogden. Mrs. Ben Orvin had as week end Lam-bor- n guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kem-mere-r. of Coletti and Mrs. Lynn t Pres. Robinson has been consigned to his bed with a severe cold. Mrs. Raymond Lamborn and baby son. also her Another Mrs. Fred Feller, are ill this week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kirk (were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Mary K. Weston. Dell Baroum took his wife to Logan for medical, treatment Monday. Willis motored to Mont-eliy Cheney last Sunday to bring his .wife, Florence, from the hosital. i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Whlstrom cf Highest State Colorado, with a mean altitude of 6,800 feet, has the highest elevation of any part of the United States. Good Exerelso Reselling overhead, as when the housewife dusts and hangs curtains, is a good stretching exercise if not done too suddenlv General Robert E. Lee Gen. Robert E. Lee waa the first man asked by Lincoln to lead the Northern armies in the Civil war. - Notice er Continued en last page certificates. Begin saving your scrap is the advice of he Utah State Council of Defense. That means all scrap iron, tin, scrap steel, piuminum, paper and fats. Tin in this case does not ihean in tin cans, which are a combination of tin and steel which cannot readily be separated. It means your tooth paste and shaving cream tubes, in fact all collapsible tubes which are almost pure tin. The government is planning the setting up of salvage boards in each state, with a salvage director (volunteer- in each county. When that is done a method of disposal of the scrap will be given each county. In the meantime, it still should be saved until such time as the means of disposal is given. Rationing of sugar is a certainty, although forms and plans have not yet been completed. In the meantime, do not attempt to hoard sugar. The new plans will include means of taking back the hoarded sugar, and to be exposed as a hoarder would not only be embarrassing, and unfortunate, but de- , cidedly uncomfortable. Make plans now for a Victory Garden. Raise and preserve your own It is foodstuffs, wherever possible. necessary for defense, good exercise and economical. Tomatoes are recommended as an easy start with especially fine vitamin content Insomnia Victims According to statistics, nearly 1,500,000 people in England suffer from insorr Dsmocrate Insignia . FOR SALE Duroch Jersey Hogs lbs first cartoon to carry a donkey representing the Democratic both or stock, sexes, Breeding inquire appeared in Andrew Jackson's writeD. M. HOFFMAN, RandolphUt; party administration. lead zinc. But, using the production ot lead, it is found that at 5 cent lead only a few of the high grade mines can operate. At 6 cent lead more mines can operate and the high grade mines can turn to larger At 7 cent lead addiproduction. tional marginal producers can bo brought into production and the mines already in production can increase the volume of their output. At eight cent lead vast new reserve of low grade ores can be opened up to production. This nation is not lacking In ore reserve. Mineable ore reserves or what can be called ore reserves, however, are based upon what Is paid for the metal. Mines of Utah and western United States can and will meet any emergency placed upon it by the demands of mechanized warfare. $1.50 Per Tear THIRD REGISTRATION IS SET FOR FEBRUARY 16TH &nd LITERARY CLUB MEETS Ladies Literary club was held January 28th at the home of Mrs. Randolph Bess Rex. Mrs. Alice Longhurst was The books were checked by Alice Hoffman and the minutes were read and approved Before Christmas our club voted to buy a defense bond instead of spending our money on a mid-yeparty. We found we could not buy a bond in an organize tion for less than $75.00, so we voted again and decided to give this money to the Red dross. Ottalee Oorlese conducted the entertainment for the evening which was "Take ift or Leave It. The awards were defense stamps. Those receiving stamps wen Leah Walton, Myrtle Jones, Jessie Patton, Ruth Jackson and Lucile Thomock. The jackpot question was answered by Jessie Patton who received stamps amounting to $1.50. A very dainty luncheon was served to 27 members and the guests were Mrs. Caddie Rex and Mrs. Charley Hendie Our next club will be held Febr. 11. assistant hostess. ar JOLLY SEVEN CLUB MEETS The Jolly Seven met at Mrs. Rose Hoffmans home Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Abbie Telfords birthday. The afternoon was spent in entertaining games. Mrs. Telford received many beautiful gifts. A very delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Rose Hoffman. It was one of the outstanding parties of the winter. NOTICE Another thrilling episode in Old Scout reminiscences of frontier-badma- n from Bodie, where miners, gamblers and hurdy-gurd- y girls dug more gold and raised more cain to the running foot than any boom camp in the West. Read this fourth installment of ridin trail bacs to the Old Wild West In The American Weeky, the magazine distributed with next weeks LOS ANGELES EXAMINER. Old Southern Mammy recipes are timely. How to turn simple dishes into a veritable feast, toegther with Apple Orane pie, Oven Supper, Rye Muffins, and other timely prize-winnirecipes all in The Housewifes Food Almanack, that unusual feature in The American distributed with Weekly, next weeks LOS ANEGELES EXAM INER. Murphys our last rip-roari- In Advance Only nine simple questions will be asked those men who register on February 16 for possible military service under ithe provisions of the Selective Director of Selective Service for Utan, Service Act, Major H. A. Rich, State emphasized today. Registration of the individual should require a comparatively short time, the Director said, (pointing out that the registrant will not be asked to fill out questionnaires but must only answer interrogations about his identity, his place of residence, and his mailing address. Also, he will be required to list his telephone, f any; his age in years and date of birth, place of birth, the name and address of the person who will always know his address, his employers name and address, and his place of employment or business. While it is important that registrae, tion be conducted as speedily as Director Rich said that every registrant will be given ample time to respond properly to the questions oh the registration card, which on this occasion will be green. White and melon colored cards, respectively, were used for the first and second Selective Service registration. No questionnaires will be given registrants when they register February 16th, nor will they then be required to Diundergo any physical examination, rector Rich emphasized. Questionnaires are given to registrants after their order numbers have been determined and reached by their examinations local boards. Physical are given only after the boards have of passed on the general qualifications determined that hrve and registrants reasons they should not be deferred for of interest to the Nation. When registered, each registrant must answer, ocg'orcfinfj to ' Direij or Rich;, the following nine questions: (1) Name of Registrant; (2) Plae of Residence; (3) Mailing Address (if other than place of Residence); (4) Telephone; (5) Age in Years and Date of Birth; (6) Place of Birth; (7) Name and Address of per. son who will always know your address ; (8) Employers Name and Address, and (9) Place off Employment or Business. After a registrant has answered all name to the questions and signed his will be given a he card, registration th3 registration certificate signed bybe In must certificate This registrar the personal possession of the registrant at all times, Director Rich warned. Failure to possess the certificate, or to show it to authorized persons, constitutes a violation of Selective Serand is considered vice Regulations of failure to regevidence facie prima said. Rich ister .Director poj-sibl- GARDEN CITY NEWS Helen Wamsley and son D. J., have visreturned to Randolph after having few the for past ited in Garden City weeks. Del Cook and Thiel Wamsley have obmoved to Lagan where they have tained employment. Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Lutz, Mise Rose Lutz and James Cude, Jr., of Ogden motored to Garddn City to attend the Gold and Green Ball Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Franlf Satterth waite Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Barton of Logan attended the First Sustained Flight GoGld and Green BaH. The first sustained flight by. man teaLeRoy Pope has been appointed machine was in a heavier-than-a- ir for 8th and 7th flth grades of the made by Wilbur and Orville Wright cher remainder of the school year. in Kill Devil Hill. Kitty Hawk, N. C. the The MIA Gold and Green Ball was held Wednesday night. The hall waa colAid Timely First attractively decorated In patriotic Bases of public street clocks tal ors. Geraldine Benson presided as Berlin contain an ambulance com- queen, with Lew Cook as prince charmpartment in which first aid supplies ing. Gloyd Sprouse and Karen WamA are kept. aley were the queens attendants. dance. the large crowd enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sims were visDELIVERED COAL itors In Ogden recently. Mr. and Mis. Jack Mercer of Ogden visited friends and relatives in town Ton Lots or Over Wednesday. e Kemmerer No. 5 Lump $7.60 Kemmem No. 5 Nut ....$6.80 No Bridge Crossing Kemmerer Vapor Slack $5.60 Peter the Great would not cross bridge because of a superstitious Any amount under a ton 25c fear. extra for delivery y street WM. HESS, Randolph. Utah Julius Caesar conceived the idea Licensed Coal Dealer y street as an aid to of the one-wa- one-wa- traffic. .