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   Provo Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1935, Provo, Utah                                Weather Forecast UTAH Bain or snow probably Sunday somewhat colder in north Maximum Friday 60 Minimum Friday 16 Maximum Saturday 63 Minimum Saturday 18 Back the Scouts Have you done your bit to fin ance the Boy Scout Help put the drive over this week 33 UTAH MARCH 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS MERRY GOROUND A Daily Picture of Whats Going On in National Affairs By DREW PEARSON and ROBERT ALLEN WASHINGTONThe drive to iepeal the publicity pro vision of the income tax is getting no support from the although the president will sign a bill if it is treasury chieftains would like to see the pink slip requirement elim but the White House has given orders to keep hands strictly off in the Senate Progressives authors of the pro vision have notified administra tion floor leaders they will fight any attempt to legislate it off the law Arkansas Sena tor Hattie who hides a lively sense of humor behind her demure is reported by friends to be contemplating writ ing a book on her congressional Is she doesnt pull her the volume will make some of the best reading to eman ate from Washington in a long Calvin new AAA Consumers is an overseas veteran with battle service in two major Friends thing he will find this experience useful in the strife filled offices of the The record breaking peacetime war department appropriation bill passed by the house contains some odd items of Among them are for for obtaining military infor for West Point During the debate on the measure Kansass Republi can Frank Carlson hurled this stunning rejoinder to foes of the bill The purpose of war is Pennsylvanias blind Representative Matthew Dunn has gone Huey Long one better in redistribution of He has introduced a limit ing annual incomes to with penalties of to or five years in or Publication of the fact that of leaders are critical of Presi dent William Greens lack of ag gressiveness has had noticeable n Fage Twoi SPORflENTO SHOWPICTURES Through the courtesy of Com missioner Newell of the state fish and game depart ment and Lee Kay who is in rharge of the educational depart a series of educational talks and pictures will be shown in the wards near Provo this These lectures and motion pic tures are part of this years edu cation program of the Provo Con servation association and as Har old president Bun nell and other have plan ned a Bigger and they ask that all farm ers and citizens bring their en tire families and especially the young boys to see these New Films Shown Kay has added to his fine collection some very interesting wild life picture of the Green river scenes from eastern and southeast ern The picture that was to be shown Monday night in Provo has been postponed until Thursday night at the Provo high school at Qther meetings will be held as follows Monday night March 4 Vine yard Wednesday March Windsor Thursday March Provo high Friday March Edge mont Officials of the game associa Saturday extended an invit ation to all sportsmen after seeing these pictures to express their ideas on the kind of program to be fostered by writing to It it the aim and purpose of the Provo conser vation association to conserve wild life through GROCERS PLAN MEETING HERE All retail grocers of Utah coun ty are invited to meet Monday night at 8 oclock in the city court room to hear a discussion of bills before the state legislature which effect the retail grocery president of the Utah County Retail Grocers as will be in charge of the Donald secretaryman ager of the Utah Retail Grocers will be present to ex plain the legislative he in formed Clayton secretary of the Provo chamber of com AMENDMENTS WAITING FOR RELIED BILL Demands Renewed For Bal anced Budget to Finance Recovery Program March 2 Renewed demands for a balanced budget were in jected today into swiftmov ing negotiations seeking a compromise on the workre lief bill now lodged in a sen ate Amendments providing methods of financing the program were ready for submis sion when debate on the bill is re sumed in the Just when that will be still was The bill passed the house more than a month was brought to the senate floor after a bitter fight over the prevailing wage scale issue in and after a brief but stormy debate was rushed back to the committee by administration Plan Gathers Support The new demand for tacking on the financing schedule gathered support from both Democrats and and was being mold ed into the nucelus of a new agi tation for a balanced Two or more resolutions were ready to be One would propose the measure be amended to require sale of bonds before any workrelief money is An other was that the senate finance committee be called upon to fur nish the senate with a list of pos sible new taxes that might Tie in voked to provide the workrelief President who was represented by Carter as certain to veto a work relief bill carrying the McCarran prevailing wage con ferred at length with his Numerous conferences during the 48 hours since the president re turned from a brief visit to Hyde brought offers of settlement from both but no The administrations plan would require payment of prevailing wages on work projects which em ployed the types of labor used in private It would leave the president free to pay the secur ity about per on soil erosion work and other pro jects where labor could not be attracted from private The forces lined up behind Pat would not discuss the On the other an offer by McCarran to add another para graph to his amendment was re jected by senate majority leader Joseph McCarran proposed to insert a provision stating that the aggre gate monthly earnings of any per son employed may be determined by the president in advance or regulated by the president at any New Automobile Plates Must Be Used From Now Automobile license plates for on a white back had practically replaced the silver license plate of 1934 in Utah Paul manager of the state tax commission field said Saturday that the office will be open for another two weeks for the issuance of but that income tax returns will be han dled for the most Income tax returns must be filed by March Holt ex This as last the filing fee must be The filing fee law has not been re Sergeant Loveless of the state patrol said Friday that or ders were to arrest anyone driving without a 1935 There will be no special privileges he The field office did a heavy business in issuing plates Thurs and the two preceding and an overflow crowd filled the lower hall of the city and county building Friday and Until Friday the office had issued of them being passenger Christetisen Head Of Horticulturists Erval was elected president of the Utah State Horticultural at the convention held in the Hotel Utah was named a member of the board of Among those who attended the convention from Orem were Steve Orson Ray At the Halfway Mark Photo by Margaret BourkeWhite Copyright NEA Service Few presidents have carried the overwhelming burden of the office with the untiring zest of Franklin as the third year of his administration is the president as revealed by the camera of Margaret Definite marks have been left by two grinding and strenuous but there is no failure of the presidents understanding ALLOTMENT FOR miff ISSUED March 2 emergency relief admin istration today allotted to feed arid house the nations needy until March Allotments were witheld from 12 states and some of which have failed to meet de mands of Administrator Harry Hopkins that they share in the financial burden of caring for their own Illi New New North Vermont Washington and Hawaii allotments were held at least The allotments came from a fund lent FERA by the public works In has been trans ferred from federal construction funds for The allotments include general relief grants up to March and money for special programs such as drouth transient care and student aid for the whole No grants were made for rural re Democrat Women To Meet Monday Three educational reports will be at the Womens Demo cratic Study club of which will meet at the home of county Monday at 3 Snow will report on unemployment Woodward will discuss the present state legislative and Ruth of Salt acting state will make a report of the womens legislative Musical numbers are under the direction of Rasmu Refreshments will be All interested women are invit ed to be BLOOD PRAISED BY TAXPAYERS The essential activities of state and local government required to meet our existing complex social economic order must not be im and the tax burden involv ed in meeting these requirements should be distributed according to proved ability to was the de cision of the state budget com mittee of the Utah Taxpayers as sociation at a special session held at the Newhouse according to Alex Hedquist who represented the local It was the consensus of opinion of the who represented all the county units of the Utah Taxpayers association throughout the that a vote of apprecia tion should be given to Governor Blood for his sound attitude on the question of economy and the balanced and to urge ac tion of tile legislature in making its appropriations in keepink with the sentiment expressed by the governor in his formal On the subject of state the committee urged that commissions and institu tions should be preceded by a on the part of the legislat of the activities of each in that the appropriations committee should demand from each state agency a complete financial statement which will give a true and com plete picture of the various sourc es from which these institutions derive financial support and how they are proposed to be applied during the next biennium that past appropriations should not be taken as a criterion of what should be al lowed at present that the approp riations granted to the respective public agencies sliould not be as a reward for any political persuasion or prejudice but that the intrinsic need and value of each agency to perform needed public services should be the basis upon which appropriations should be BOY SCOUT LEADERS TO GATHER HERE Annual Meeting Of Timp anogos Council To Be Held Monday District scout scoutmasters andi scoutera from the Timpanogos council from central to southern and into gather at the Provo high school auditorium Monday night at 7 in the annual meet ing of the it is announced by Merrill associ ate chief Invitations have been given to Oscar associate executive of the Twelfth region George Albert Smith and Melvin of the Council of the to speak at the general assembly of the Henry Spanish vice president of the will be hi Lowry of will be Plan For Plans for anniversary which includes such important items as the will be Departmental meetings are to be held in to the general These departments and the members of the executive board in include Camp Payson fin court of Joseph Spanish Fork troop Springville leadership Carl Provo civic Pleasant Grove read Wilford Provo rural Lyman Provo health and West Reelected Of Leader PLEASANT West was reelected president of the Pleasant Grove chamber of commerce at a meeting held Thursday Jacobs was elected and the following were chosen for the board of directors Vern Culli Leland Dan Lewis Lee and Eldon The yearly banquet for retiring offi new officers and their part ners will be held in the Second ward amusement hall on Monday March 33 Composers Enter Band Contest Event Winning Composition To Be Featured in Connection With State High School Band and Music Festival Here Entries in the musical composition contest which will be a feature of the Utah State Music Festival at Provo April 19 and totalled 33 Friday night as the time for sub mission of entries A lastminute rush of scores sent the total number of entries far beyond the expecta according to principal of the Provo high and chairman of the executive committee for the Included among the composers who submitted band numbers in the contest is one internationally known Robert Sauer of Brigham Young univer whose Springtime in the Rockies was heard around the world on the the stage and in Clair who lias written a number of scores for operas pro duced at Springville high and has produced numerous com has entered the DelMar Dickson of Heber and music supervisor of the Logan are other well known composers in the con The winner will have his com position published and each band entering the contests will be fur nished a It will be one of the numbers played by the massed Townspeople have seen the growth of entries in the various instrumental and band con tests in a display at the Provo Utah Power and Light company A relief map of made by Asael instruc tor at the Provo shows by cards and ribbons wfiere each en tering school is Campbell Has Close Call In Racing Mishap Cowling of Racing Machine is Ripped Preventing New GREECE FIGHTS REBE FORCES March 2 government of Premier Pan agiotis Tsaldaris battled rebels with bombing warships and artillery today in a fight to the end to protect the freedom of the Rebel attempting to re turn fromer Premier Eleutherios Venizelos to power in were blasted from the air and pursued by government Their maui force fled across the historic Aegean Sea toward where Venizelos A fierce bombardment of the rebel ships between Melos and Crete was reported by the gov ernment Four govern ment destroyers joined in the The main rebel strength was in the navy but the govern ments first assault trapped four insurgent warships at Port of Artillery subdued rebels at the Evzones of ficials Casualties were reported Grandmother Holds Up Grocery Store To Keep Children From Starvation SAN March 2 grayhaired old woman will ing to rob rather than see her grandchildren go today had plenty of food for the young sters after attempting to hold up a Louise walked into Perkins grocery with a baby under her arm and ordered some milk and The grocer wrapped up the order and held out his hand for Knappe produced a toy pistol and shouted Ill kill you if you try to as she backed from the store with the food and the under her Perkins called after a short found her at The baby had no food for four days and I had to get him some she told Her the childrens is dead and the a first class torpedoman named is in naval service at Pearl His month ly remittance check had not ar rived this she So the I baby and the two older children went Take what you want and pay me but dont scare me to death said who accompanied police to the Later the with the aid of several policemen carried over a large box of food and assured her again she could get what she needed for the children from Police said that Perkins asked them to forget they had been call indicating1 he would not press DAYTONA 2 Malcolm world famous automobile speed failed today to set a new land record but came unharmed through a mishap that might easily have had serious conse In stepping his huge Bluebird over the ocean beach speedway at an Campbells rac ing machine had its cowling rip away when heated to tre mendous temperature and it flapped white hot and crazily in front of Costly Then it dropped over the ex haust and fumes were driven back on the driver in the It was the worst ride of my he said The beach was bumpy and The accident occurred a mile and a half south of the measured Campbell immedi ately lifted his foot from the throttle and started to apply This undoubtedly cost him a speed of 300 miles an for he had swept through the fourth miles at 233 miles an and was still picking up Campbell hoped he would be able to run Following Campbells run Wild Bill Cummings again set a new worlds record for Diesel boosting the mark to He lifted it to from 125 yester SILVER SOARS ON MARKETS BY UNITED PRESS A further wide break in the pound sterling today unsettled world In London gold soared to a record high at 146 shillings 10 and in the unofficial mar ket later it touched 147 shillings 6 The latter at the pound sterling close to made the American equivalent per ounce and the dollar cents in Silver markets Bar sil ver jumped a cent to a new high for more than six years in New York and was up nearly a British penny in also year Montreal silver futures clos ed to cents an ounce at the best prices since the exchange was formed in GiLLMANSEES PROJECT HOPE Engineers Hold No Fear About Money Loss Meets On Beet Quotas Encouragement for the Deer Creek project and for Utah sugar beet farmers was received by Utah county commission vicepresident of the National Sugar Beet Growers in a brief visit to Colorado this Gillman returned to Provo Chief Engineer Walter of the reclamation and in vestigating Engineer told Gillman that they held no fear that the PWA Deer Creek appropriation would be They declared that they are will ing to come to Utah to help with the contracts with a view of start ing work on the project before At that Walter a CCC camp could be placed at the dam site to clear the right of ways and do other preparatory the cost of which would not be charged against the Could Include Walter would like to see the entire project started at the same the Utah lake dike and the The reclamation de partment is eager to get as much of the preliminary work done as possible before congress in order that a further appropria tion may be added to the The National Sugar Beet Grow ers association intends to continue the battle for the rights of the beet Gillman report The quota as decided upon gives Utan county acres and the state of Utah This is more than the In the state up until 1933 there was never more than acres pro Gillman The high point was reached in with acres The biggest problem he was whether or not the farmers are going to plant With Cuban and Phillipme dele gations demanding Increased quota the department of agriculture of ficials are anxious that continental United States produce its quota of If additional money is available from the processing then the association wants to get it and bring the payment to the farmers up to to a Gillman Colton To Speak Crises in win be ex plained by author and before the student body of Brigham Young university in assembly Friday according to Dean Her ald Clark of the lyceum com the author of The XYZ of is an authority on international rela said Dean His sub jects will be either Religion Under the Dictators or The Russia We Have FIRE A small fire at the home of John McGuire 468 North Uni versity caused about damage Saturday morning at The blaze was the result of sparks from the Van Wagenen Wins RightofWay Suit A legal quarrel over a right ofway on the Alma Van Wagenen ended shortly after mid night Friday when a jury returned verdict favoring Van the in his suit against George Van Wagenen asked damages and for a ruling concerning a road over his farm that Frank had He charged that Frank on several occasions had broken down the intervening fence and drove over his Frank brought answer that the road over Van Wagenens place had been in use for years and that the plaintiff had no right to fence up the gate that had been in The jurys verdict was that Frank only assumed he had a right of way and that it was a permissive right SENATE PLANS MORE LIBERAL LIQUOR BILL Sale By Home Rule Provisions Favored In Upper House SALT LAKE March 2 the ma jority of Utah legislators were visiting Snow college at Ephraim on the last of their legislative attempts were being made by the sen ate trade and regulations committee to insert sale by drink provisions in the state store liquor As the measure passed the sale would be allowed only by package for offpremises con The senate plans to amend it so that hotels and restaurants will be allowed to sell by the Maw Presents A proposal by Senator George to rewrite the measure to allow home rule in regard to methods of and to include features of the Holmes Murdock common sense proposal was defeated by the Members indicated they did not believe there would be time to launch an entirely new As a matter of many sena tors were fearful that too radical changes might not be approved by the which would result in the legislature ending without having passed any liquor legisla Herbert president of the met with the commit tee as an exofficio member and presented a plan which he believed would meet all He outlined a warehouse sys to operate with the state whereby distillers would send their products to warehouses before placing them hi This he would elim inate the possibility of graft and and would give all distillers an equal opportunity the Utah PRISON BREAK IS FRUSTRATED March 2 Prisoners attempting to escape the house of detention were trapped on the prisons roof today and overpowered by 40 policemen and guards armed with tear gas bombs and riot The prisoners had turned the upper floor of the prison into a holding it successfully for more than two Two prison guards were made prison One was severely 51 men surrendered and were herded back to their Eleven ringleaders were taken to the Village street where desperate prisoners are Prison officials said only about a dozen of the 51 men were dir ectly involved in the attempted S BOYS DROWNED March 2 boys were drowned today when thawing ice of the Elizabeth river crumbled under their feet and plunged them into the icy The dead were James Cunning1 Hillside James and Donald It was first said they were trying to rescue a dog on the This was later BEVEBLY March deal of news King of Siam abdi He always seemed like a pretty nice little bat a king is like a politician Its hard to tell when he is making good or The Saar valley was officially turned back to Germany today too bad they dont allow the is lands they took away from Germany to vote on whether they wanted to go You know thats always been sort of a touchy point with these big allied They dont like to have anybody bring up the subject of the gobbling up Germanys pos sessions thats the skeleton in their closet that they are hot so proud Yon can get a baby or a pound of beef they both cost the MSrcite   

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