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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Soda Springs, Idaho -V t' VOLUME XXX1I-- tafonaatkm which to our hands during the months, and which we have eet before Board of Bqvattaatton, heeled m to the fottowtas conclusions. Obviouely. before pausing other tax the State of Idaho should arrange to enforce the the hat. and thit cannot be done centralising responsibility for the administration of the tax of the state In some .sort of state tax bureau. Accordingly, our first conclusion is that for better administration of the tax laws, the State of Idaho should organize a State Tax Commission of three members, with toe of enforcing all of the tax tews of the state. As administrator of the property tax the State Commission should supplant the present State Board of Equalization, and to that end should be made a Constitutional Commission. The members should be appointed by the Governor, for six years, overlapping terms; and should be given salary sufficient! to attract capable men to the posi- tion. In order to remedy the present startling inequality between as- tpMnente, the State Tax Com- mtaflon should also supplant the County Boards of Equalization Ptaatty, and moct important of all, the local should be appointed by the State Tax Com- auction, under civil service rules. The practicability of this step has been proven eleewhere, and it the only known means of giving to a State Tax Commis- sion positive control over local as- WhUe It undoubtedly true that the MM1 proptry owner cannot ex- pect great tax toUef unless local or a new it LOANS Gil ITJGB CErrtPICATSS. great number ot OB have bam received the lead office of. the Admtirtetratton at Bolee, Idaho. Mr. Robert P. Shields. Acting to caution veter- ans that they cannot personally contact the Bureau and expect to receive their checks on the same date that they make application for such benefits. Veterans with- out are therefore cautioned not to make trips to the Bureau for the purpose of presenting their and securing their checks. Personal presentation of the note to the Bureau will not be given prior consideration- If a veteran is in dire need he should mall note to the Bureau together with a statement from any official of an ex-service men's or of the American Red Cross, as to the veteran's need, ffndefr such these applications will be given prior consideration. Two years or more must have elapsed since the date of the certificate be- fore a loan can be made either by a bank or by the Bureau. Ouimct in Hoideev their fair of the tax burden. The flat need is for a tax upon the vatae Unlees an le inaugurated, the 1 of taxing these eeettri- irabatlr fee a tax of the maUK of actual tonei owning 900 to all to be gutted to those propjrty represented The tax can be by of pen probated securities played until a late D The contest of ___ PIT ended tad Mm LtBai ride the a pubuc card party ---------ntog March- appointed Por the flrrt to the of the Auxiliary, both the youngest were seat: Leah Gorton eat and Leora The Mate Commander the question before the Auxiliary to whether or not they want the District Convention to be held here. The Auxiliary voted to let that Question he decided by the American Legion. B. Murray, of Spokane, a f Uatthewe and Joseph Oraham, of the grade, of the Soda School won the right to Independent School Dlstrtet 8 in the county spelling bee, to held at the Bigh School An Priday. March 20. Herbert of the eeventh grade WM FrxucU (laimet, iind fbraitf antttUmr MMUini-s hlj new podtitm aa Uottoo Rraiwf tfoekty W. B. A. Review No- f, held a very interesting meeting Wednet- day evening, with Mrs. Salome cannot show evidence of. having (Stafford. State Pleld Director, of tafftii for the preceding five Palls, Montana, present, who yean; and by a registration tew ftp att sold to the state- We eMene the proposed State being the most An Zttoome tax of the ef the National about fttf to the real pt upsrti a Miatl iiht Tax wwM a.aay InequalUtei that It at pro- unttt can 1 tht MI a--'Mil gave an interesting and instruc- tive tatt and organised a W, B. A. Westway club In the review with officers Mary follows: Vice President, President ftnth TjrleV; Seeretaiy-Treasataw, Marguerite Welnberg; Coalman, Lorette Davis; Musician Bortense Horsiey; Audit Coauulttee. Agnee THrton. Mrs. Stafford ate the interest of a W. B. A. conventtoB to be held in Poca teUo and thattttyM.fi The Mi-ken-wee group of the Priawry and Boy Seoute were entertained by thstr teaehen, Mn. tint, Mn. Wlbaa Marrtot and jOttothy Gorton, at the ho-at t ptaytd aatf htnch served U tijittetaek. and tath oat having W Those preeeac were! two from the nte amm. The eontoxt wae urn out aa the papUe Conn and woni iwat to the hem of the the winner of the eontoM Bobby Bottttr of the iMrtb at Ccnda. KotwUhetandtng the fact that Bobby i, from fee tut iBtaessiilsJ, ho speBed a ta bat ste of the contest. L He was gtren a Mg hand isnmtoary to the main dig LABOVi AGAINST THE SAUE8 VAX Pocatello, March lO.-Ptet op- iltton to the enactment by the tegteteture to extoca session a general tax unanl- expresBed here Monday at a meeting beta different labor labor. was held by those who pn- i ptopoeed that the WorUV to D. Roberteott wae TafcSf countyjjgjfj-gF" ed that ho 4_ the work than h he nei ttett wat the the Martha Tlgwt of Udrd grade of Soda, won BraC and Ibtby Weaver of the third grade at Conda second. The first grade pupifc stood up wett under fire and show promise of being in the ftttwe. real opposit C H. of CUkevJDe, Wwo. spent the week-end ia Soda vMttnc at Che home of Mr-and Mn. Wm. T. Sbetton. [mall business geotrally, and abeoluttly give them no contended that revenue from taxation dd be secured in Idaho froa i bwttneeses and industries >ablt to pay it, and that nethtog ehoaJtf be. done by tht tO ]f9tvt IkQ tax upon those able to the vote was taken in opt position to the passage of a gener- al sake tax law, it was unanlnr Uttle Miss tpwnwnd of Mtectfd by M the tint. ta tbf tpur- natlowH CWtd Baintjr: IB AN9 ITS AK Mtsi Julia Pond, Home Demoa- jsteator tor 4H club spent a atw. with her. sister, Ito. wuvPowtac and returned to her Pte at PocateUo today. tmltmml in the evealaf of test fheod of the Bonley home. The dded Oabtw jtoJIii XttBBtBkBBUkBlBBl 1 lath tiat not tht B oaaee of it AS aad the Mta k the bora to Mr and Mi that day. wae oolte aad BAT r. Tht M. I A. Ward Bettor Dv JSLS mh.atT.-IOP. ML the CttetM tM.of T. i. ef fMS. fHvt of UW paykeg aune PUSH The IM to tht fld free freej tht teuen eel Miter of pMMk eai ef CkeleMief WaM ftWf tV i t A. 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