Soda Springs Sun, January 8, 1942

Soda Springs Sun

January 08, 1942

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Soda Springs Sun, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1942, Soda Springs, Idaho SODA SPRINGS A Consolidation of The Soda Springs Sun and Soda Springs Chreftain VOLUME NUMBER 23 ISPBLNttS, iDAfO, 8, 1942 Facts Given About Income Forms for filing returns of in- come for 1941 have been sent to persons who filed returns last year. Failure to receive a form, however, does not relieve a tax- payer of this obligation to file his return and pay" the tax on- time- on or before March 16 if the return is made on the calendar- year basis, as is the case with most individuals. Forms may be oobtained upon request, written or personal, frcm the oftces of collectors and from deputy collectors -of internal rev- enue in the larger cities and towns. A person should file his return on Form 1040, unless his gross in- come for 194; does not exceed 000 and consists wholly of salary, wages, or other compensation for personal services, dividends, in- terest, rent annuities, or royalties, in which event he may elect to file it on Form 1040A, a simplified form on which the tax may be readily ascertained by reference to a table contained in the form. iThe return must be filed with the of internal revenue for district in which the tax- ARRESTS SHOW TOO LAW payer jbas his legal residHiiUB u r principal place of business- on or before midnight of March 16, 1942. The tax may be paid in full at the -ttaUHof-filing, the jcetunkQr in four equat installments, due on or before March 16, June 15, Septem- ber 15, and December 15. In making out your income tax return carefully the instructions that accompany the form. If you need more information, it may be obtained at the office of the col- lector of internal revenue, deputy collector, or an interal revenue agent in charge. Remember that single persons or married persons not living with husband or wife, earn as much as a week for the 52 weeks of the year, and mar- ried persons living fogether who Have aggregate earnings of as much as foMa e to Idaho Fish and Game Depart- ment Conservation Officers made 125 arrests for violation of the fish and game laws in the State during November, Owen W. Mor- ris tDtrector of the Depfartmeint, announced. Principal violations during th? month were hunting without a li- cense and shooting migratory wa- terfowl with an unplugged gun. Fifteen arrests for each violation were recorded. Twelve hunters were arrested for illegal possession of deer and eleven were apprehended f o) r shooting ducks before atad after the legal time set by the U-. S. De- partment of Interior. Other violations and the num- ber of arrests made are as follows. Shooting across and from a public 10; exceeding the bag limit of pheasants 10; Non- residents bunting on a resident li- cense 8; trapping during closed season! u illegal possession o f fur-bearing animals 4; illegal possession of elk 4; fishing clos- ed waters 3; killing swan 3. Two violations each were re- ported for killing deer during the closed season, exceeding bag lim- it of big game; Illegal possession of sageheus and shuotiug uiigta- tory "waterfowl without a duck stamp. One arrest each was made for fishing without a license; il- legal use_ol hookas killing a snow goose and using an airplane to scare and molest migratory waterfowl. Total fjnes levied and collected during the month amounted to Nearly 30 Million Fish Planted Count 'em During the past-12 months the Idaho Fish and Game Department planted nearly thirty million fish in the State, Owen W. Morris, Di- rector of the Department, report- ed. The planting program was su- pervised by Burton Perrtee, De- partment Fish Culturist, with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service and sportsmen's or- ganizations assisting' in the plant- ings. The fish ranged from fry to 12 inches in length. Following is a summary of spe- cies planted during the year: Rainbow Trout Cut- throat Trout Eastern Brook Kamloop Rain- bow Blueback Salmon 600; Mackinaw Trout Loch Leven Grayling Whitefish Largemouth Bass 202v30Q; Smallmouth Bass Perch Crappie 500; Bluegill Sunfish 400; Chan- nel Catfish Bullheads 000; Total Following Is the number of fish planted in each county HTFANTILE PARALYSIS CAMPAIGN OPENS SOON Idaho is ready for the opening of the 1942 infantile paralysis campaign on Jan. 11, as all coun- ties have b3th supplies on hand ajid oraniaation work completed. For the first time in Idaho, sever- al of the chairmen report the set- ting of county quotas, according tOj Mrs. John E. Hayes, state chair- man. "We have had astounding fraction to the call to arms fol- lowing the treacherous attack by says Keith Morgan, na- tional chairman of the celebra- Wns for the infantile paralysis foundation. "Citizens everywhere are more determined than ever to not only sfcrike at our foes abroad, but a t the enemies within our own gates. -There is a determination to build up the health of the nation t o the highest possible degree. Con- sequently all activities of the 1942 campaign to eradicate infantile paralysis is but a part of the American victory army." The campaign extends from January 11 to January 30, the president's birthday. During that Short season Idaho communities Will strive to accumulate as much money as possible for the preven- tion infantile MRS. COPPARD'S TRW- MOVED TO PRESTON TJ-. ._T- paralysis. Because during these War years, it may be difficult to finance the essential work now be- ing carried on. This year we need kind of courage which does not recognize failure, urges Mrs. Hayes. We must make our stand now. Save Your Burlap Sacks Two thirds of the available sup- ply of burlap has been reserved for sandbags and other military purposes, making important the careful use of burlap sacks by farmers, Elmer Wilson, chairman of the Caribou County U6DA De- fense Board, said this week. War to the Pacific has cut off importation of Jute, from which burlap is made, the chairman said. Normally, (farmers use a- bout three-fourths of the burlap bags which are made, taking up about 60 percent of the total bur- lap supply. However, war has made the job of packaging foods for the nation's armed forces, chemicals, concrete and other war materials of first importance. Farmers must make their sacks go as far as they can. by handling them -carefully, repairing damag- ed sacks On the grounds of a reasonable apprehension of doubt that Mrs. Grace Coppard, charged with, first degree murder of Paul :Titpon, ST., :ould have a fair and impartial rial in Caribou county; g e mes W. Porter of Twia Falls, sitting in place of-Judge Jay L. Downing, reported ill, granted the equest of the defendant; for a hange of venue; and ordered hat the case be tried in Preiton, county seat Frankjlin which is in the same Judicial dis- trict as Soda Springs. Counsel for -the- defense nented a flood of affidavits, TO of them signed fay prominent and respected citizens of Soda Springs and other cornmxuiitleQ in the county, and all expressing the opinion that a fair and impartial trial could not be had in. this county. In these affidavits stated that they had discussed the case a- galnst Mrs. Coppard many times1 and with many that they found the County Income Recreation Center Announce Classes In order to give more assistance in the making of articles for our boys in the army and the navy, knitting classes will be held on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fri- days, at the Center in the City Hall from 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. used for Arts and Cratfts, and on Saturdays, Jan. 10 and 17, chil- dren -cf grade school age can the Center from 1 to 6 p Ada, Adams, Bannock, Bear Lake, Benewah, Bing- ham, Blaine, Boise, 7TI.700; Bonner, Bonneville, Boundary Butte, Camas, Canyon, Caribou Cassia, Clark, Clearwater, Custer, EUnore, Franklin, Fremont, Gem, Gooding, Idaho, Jeffer- son, Jerome, Kootenai, 340; Latah, Lemhi, Lewis, Lincoln, 300; Madison, Minidoka, none; Nez Perce, Oneida, Owyhee, Pay- Power, Sho- shone, Teton, and Washington, The fish planted in the State were raised in Department oper- ated hatcheries at American Falls, ed sacks and returning used as qujpkly as possible for re-use. Course cotton fabrics are being studied as a substitute for burlap, but cannet to care of all the needs. pie clearly against Mrs: and that their were not impartial and unprejudiced; hat much newspaper publicity Scouts Gather Four Tons Waste Paper Boy scouts and cub scouts col- lected approximately four tons of paper last Saturday in their first canvass for old newspapers, mag- azines, and cardboard. From now on the town will be canvassed regularly on days to be tunced later; -.and all homes pers and magazines. People who live in the country are invited to bring their waste paper to town. The city police Gets Bride For Christmas Present James Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hosick of Soda Springs, and Christine Rodmayer of New York City were married (Christmas night in the home where they are now living at 3675 46th St., San Diego, California. The Rev. Arthur Huntley offici- ated, using tine ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes acted as best man and bridesmaid. After was enjoyedf at the'-Grand Cafe in downtown San. Diego, The bridegroom's parents, and his sister, Mrs. Louise Ayers, ar- take I helped to keep alive matters concerned with Mr. Tipton's jtitatih, and that she cannot hare a fair and impartial trial in this county. One affidavit, 'signed by J. Schumacher, who gam Ms place of residence as Pocatello, and who styled himself salesman" and sewing machine repair man, stat- ed that he had interviewed per- sons in various parts of Caribou county ,and that In his opinion 80 per cent of the people were pre- against Mrs. Coppard A list of 170 names was ap- pended to this affidavit, and was alleged to be the sons interviewed by the affiant, difficult to know justwho is meant difficult to 3 least two names on "She ire those of men- who. have been dead for some time. However, affidavit im- ihallenged; in making his decision grant :a change of veaue referred especial ly to It as an impressive piece of irf fa-anr pf tfro ,The income in Caribou county for 1930 reached well over a mil- lion dollars. The grain crop am- ounts to at least a half a million, and the sale of -wool, sheep, cat- tle and hogs was fully as large. Added to this was the big payroll at the Conda Mine, and other smaller sources of income. The other day a fellow who prides himself in his abiliy t o juggle figures computed the con- clusion that the sum total income averaged considerably over two thousand dollars for every family in the county. Of course some of us didn't get our share. This fat income is reflected in deposits at the local bank, which reached an all time high during the fall months, when the records showed total deposits amounting to over Be Patriotic By Being: Thrifty Anyone having knit sweaters, gloves- and can be paired -or made over, is urged to bring them to the center, where we can make use of them. Oouer d'fAene, Evergreen, Eagle, Gold Creek, Grangeville, Hager- -Henry's Lake, Ma- ekity, McCall, Sandpoint, Twin in and Wild- life operated hatcheries at Clarks Hagerman, Mullan, Salmon, Warm River and Laketown. care of. The oaper is being stored in the county" warehouse until enough is accumulated. for a truck load PARSONS RETURN FROM NEBRASKA Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parsons re- turned Sunday from Hartington in northeastern Nebraska, where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Parsons They started their trip east Christmas day and encountered plenty of weather be- fore they got back home. LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS MONDAY The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday, Jan. 12, in the Legion rooms at the court house. Mrs. Dorothy Christensen .and Mrs. Leona Gordon will oe hostes- ses. -Those who attend should be prepared to for the Red Cross. FARMERS ORGANIZE FARM BUREAU All farmers of Caribou County are invited to attend a Farm Bureau Organization Meeting, which he held on Monday, January 12, at P. M. This -will be held hi the Coun- ty Court House. The president of the Idaho Farm Bureau will be in this-meeting. Farmers should be organized in this fast world. The American Farm Bureau has giv- en ahd wiH continue to give a considerable amount of assistance to the farmers. A Farm Bureau Organization in Caribou County would of to You are urged to attend this meeting., Lieutenant Colonel Dorrien OonjoUdated OOCDiitrict The CCC district offices and fc betoff transferred to Pocatello, and a conibUdatton of the two dis tricfe wtt Hecomt efttcttre Jafc. 31, according to a news article apf- pearing in the Salt Lake Tribune on Jan. 7. transfer wffl re- lease loace for the alath oofptf IJeutenant CakBWl C, Dorrtei A BOND OF The kandclaap of rinewtty and partoenhip it VMd by artist Joha C. Atherton, of BridfeMd, Comw, eoopmtion of tht American people and their Govtftiment in. the Defense Program tluxmgh the sale of SaTiagi Mid Stamps This porter wu awarded anrt priae at tttr of Art to Ntw York out of a targettUBber rtK k betnf ittiea poitett by boatwei tft erartt, and in iiaineroM otlw fomt 1a promote of when it will be taken by truck U> Pocatello. The following named boys as- sisted in the first of townr -Walter Me- Cracken, Oonrad Christensen, Mil- ton Rinehart. Rbtinie Shannon, Duane Uoyd, Loyal Hopkins. Ron- ald Nichols, Keith Jenne, James' Gordon, Bobbie WdUace arrived home on New Years morning for a brief visit with his parents and with friends in Soda Springs. He has been rstationed in Fort Benning, Ga., except when he has not been On maneuvers which took him to Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, and to both North and South Carolina. Mr. Holbrook.has had two pro- motions since he entered the service. He left Soda Springs Wednesday, Jan. 7, to return to active duty. ANOTHER SODA BOY JOINS UP Don Roberts, went to Salt Lake City Monday night to offer his services In the aviation branch of Uncle Sam's expanding army. He was examined and accepted Tues- day; and, accofdnjg to reports reaching here was assigned to a mechanical division of the air force at Wichita William Gorton accompanied Mr. Robetrs to Salt Lake City, re- turning to Soda Springs Thursday morning. SIBBBTT daughter ot __ _ Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Lowder o f Rupert, and Darllo Sibbett, son of AL Sibbett, also Jol Rupert, were married here January lat, Judge p. Kf McLean performed the ceremony Ma. McLean and Lambert HUdreth witnesses. Mrs. Sibbett is the present pro-' of the- Oasis Cafe; Mr. Sibbett is in the trucktof business. NeTraee Lefteit TT In all the Celtic dialects (spoken r native Irishmen, Scots and 'eteh) there is no trace or sound of letter "P." time. On ants request. In granting the change of place' of trial, Judge Porter emphasised that with wmauu alnJairtta al- their return trip, just, to prove it is a small world after all Mr. and Mrs. Hosick and their daughter, 'Mrs. Ayers, happened to meet up with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chester and then- daughter, Mar- jorie, of Henry; and the group enjoyed a big evening taking in the night life of Las Vegas, Nev. which, they report, is some life. TELEGRAM TELLS SOMETHING Ira Cox Soda Springs, Idaho Mayor S. E. Matthews and Hel- en Miller married in Houma, La., Jan. 5. Alyce Matthews and Franjr Lallatin witnessed ceremony. All happy. FRANK LALLATIN Bancroft Couple Set Date Mr. and Mrs. Heber F. Johnson of Bancroft announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carolyn, to Lowell E. Can, son of and Mrs. Joseph C. Call, also of Ban- croft. The marriage will take place Jan.'15th, in the Logan Temple, and the young couple will leave Im- mediately for Burbank, Calif., Mr. Call has employment. Nurse, Police Of fleer Marry Esther Louisa Ash ton and Ray- mond Lars Nielsen were married Monday. Jan. BaflsT The bride, formerly of Malad, is a nurse at the Caribou County hospital. Mr. Nielsen son of the late Ben and Mrs. Carrie NieUBfi; is a genial and faithful member of force. NOTICE Hereafter tt will be neceeamry to bring your own. sacks or containers for grain and coal. De- livery orders must be In before 4 P. M. y City Transfer 4 Storage Company leging that so large the people in the county, .are pre- judiced, great difficulty mlfbt be experienced in getting a fair acdr impartial jury. He referred to tfie fact ven some of the by the prosecution claimed that 40 cent of -the people' were open-minded and unpreju- diced; and that with such small county- population It questionable if a jar; fair and impartial tq the defendant could be obtained without great-diffi- culty. The court calendar for the Fifth judicial district sets terms" in Franklin county to- begin on Jan. 12, May 4, and Sept 14. It was stated at the court -house that date for the trial of Mrs. Coppard might be set any time after Jan. 12th. Clarence MikeseO Sends Messagie From Alaska Mrs. lona MOteseU received to- day {he flrst word since Nor. ,10, from her son, Clarence, pay offi- cer in the division of navy at Alaska. He Jays M is an right and not to wstfry. The- following is printed from a clipping he sent, from the Kodiak paper: Japs Ctete DcTMrtatod Nipponese up on the radio Dec. that Kodiak was of dont claim to be auytofjgmr Una any other soMiers who mtt or less roughing it hat Iflfr a didn't even Bdtar Burton, remarked _. hew you mote flap you-know." Adtice stole: UL___ J.L INEWSPA'PERf ;