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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                LOCAL NEWS RADIO LOG SECOND SECTION SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MORN1NCJ MARCH 3 1919 PAGE THIRTEEN Utah Cancels Gas Card Credit Plan Finance Office Says Privilege Misuse Too Costly for State Requests for payment of pur chases made on credit cnrds is sued by gasoline companies to employes and officers of the slate will not be honored after April 1 the state finance com mission Wednesday informed all departments and agencies This order is necessary in view of the widespread misuse of the credit privilege commissioners wrote On numerous occasions tires batteries and accessories have been purchased on credit cards at double the price paid when purchased through the pur chasing department the sion order said Prevailing Rate Furthermore when credit cards are used it is necessary to pay the prevailing retail rate for gas and oil The state road department pur chases gasoline in bulk quantities i the commissioners pointed out thereby saving 7e to lOc per gal lon j Since the state road shops are located in most sections of the state gas and oil for stale owned vehicles including trucks will be obtained there hereafter the bulletin slated Obtain Receipt If it is necessary to purchase gnsoline or oil at a retail station commissioners said the operator of the slate owned vehicle should pay for the items himself and ob tain a receipt Reimbursement for such expenses will be made peri odically on proper presentation of travel vouchers j The highway patrol was the only esort Sewer Costs Set At 8430000 Forest Service Tells of Alia Snov Basin PSeeds Tribmtr Bureau WASHINGTON March 2 jln response to inquiries sub I mined by Rep Walter K Granger D ltah the forest service reported it would re quire an appropriation of 230 000 to provide sanitary facilities in the Aha ski and recreational area of tile Wasateh national forest and another to provide corresponding facilities in Snow Basin near Ogden These two recreational areas forest service reports are the most widely used and in most jiri mediate need of sanitation ceouip jment to protect the water supply iof Salt Lake City and Ogden Needed Annually The forest service stressed the j fact that the two proposed projects jarij only a small part of a general Fifty years is a lot of service as an Elk A J Tohin left tells Harry J Deardorff But next year Ill get a rihhon like this James B Lewis center lias three more years to waif The two yoiinjfsters were part of a delegation visit ingMr Oeardortf who is confined to bed budget Would you like to learn how Delav Possible Appointment of a new Utah exception provided in the new pro a to prison warden to succeed cedurp The order was signed by John E Harris who resigned Tues 1 Fred Pingree commission chairday may not be made for some man and Milton B Taylor cora time board of corrections mem missioner bers indicated Wednesday HARRY REMEMBERS Elk Member 90 Given 50 RibbonIn Bed j program of sanitation and are tor i water supply protection To install I the necessary facilities in all parts of national forests which form parts of municipal watersheds would call for an appropriation of you can feed a family of five S1000000 year for five years and three healthgiving meals dailv for another SI600000 for cleaning up v ffon and repairing sanitary facilities about 20 week After the facilities are installed an oanl how to vmr it said annual appropirations of family healthy on a minimum food would be required for budget by following The Salt Lah cleaning up camps and keeping Tribune and Salt Lake Telegram the recreation areas in sanitary Economy Basket a new feature condition beginning Friday in The Tnle Seeks Conference gram and Saturday in The Trib une j Rep Granger is seeking a coni ference with Rep J L Whitten Scientific Mimis Supreme Court Holds Utah Lien Act Valid Reverses Lower Tribunal In Unanimous Decision The sup erne court Wednesday held the slate welfare old age lien law to be constitutional and enforceable reversing a Third district court declaratory judgment issued last fall The decision written by Chief Justice Hugene A Pratt was sought by the public welfare commission and the Salt Lake county board of public welfare after Third District Judge Albert H Rllett issued a declaratory judgment in the case of Albert and Charlotte Wallberg old age recipients Reverses Lower Court The lower court held the act invalid and discriminatory in that it contravened the state constitution The district court j judgment was on the ground that a husband whose wife lived with him could not obtain state aid if his wife refused to sign ithe lien but a husband whose wife did not live with him might aid without his wifes signature j It seems clear that the legislature in exempting the i home owned and occupied by the applicant had in mind that it would be unwise and against public interest to require home i owners to dispose of their veal property and reduce their pos sessions to S300 before they would be entitled to aid Have Big Advantage Persons who are home owners may be as needy as any other group yet by the valuation limitation taken alone they would be precluded from assistance However their home property may be worth several thou sands of dollars and if assistance is tendered to them and they iare not required to reimburse the state they have a tremendous advantage over persons owning personality in excess of or realty in excess thereof other than home premises I It seems reasonable to say that the purpose of this lien is to put them on an equal footing as to right to receive ajid yet in the interest of public policy not compel the home owner to Having difficulty balancing your disPOSe his home Chief Jlistice Pratt wrote Cites Law Objectives Object of the lien law is not reimbursement to the state the decision state but rather to give aid to all needy persons If by virtue of acquisition of wealth a person no longer needs aid it should not be the policy of the law to take this away from him and keep him in need of as sistance the chief justice added Since the classification under Uie public assistance act of 1947 as amended as it applies to qlfl age recipients has a reasonable basis for differentiation between the two property owners and nonowners the act Mrs Stevens Makes grocery dollar work overtime HERES HOW Keep Budget In Balance Series to Tell Tfc 1 T i Burglars Loot Truck Moves Pins Utalin Under Frame a member for 47 years and A D Tobin who became an Elk 49 Lake City and Ogden Get Narcotics abandoned automobile and npty safe spotted at 156 W Chairman Herbert A Snow said years ago trnuped into his room at Salt Lake General hospital Hc wil UTKC ihat the committee i of Health sultant for the Utah Department 1st South Wednesday evening put the board would meet with Gov J Bracken Lee at the slate capi tol Thursday at 4 pm to sider and discuss a numb applications An exhaustive in quiry will be conducted into each case to determine qualifications and fitness for the post he ex plained Among those who have been mentioned for the position are cap T i con I QV IOI O VJtlS JL 1 Break Blame They were all smiles as Elk Esquire Harry J Deardorff Jr pinned the 50year ribbon on h Salt Lake detectives on the trail embody in the forthcoming annual Along with the menus Mrs j of burglars who entered the B is constitutional so far as classifi cation is concerned it was ruled Other Justices Concur Justice Lester A Wade in a special concurrence said the act in his opinion creates an obliga tion against the estate of every recipient to repay the total agricultural billthe which Stevens has prepared marketing and H Pharmacy at 8th South mollnt of nihlir i r the forest estimates is advicn to enable homemakers to i and State Orem Utah county and 1 cpivri bv him ri rint iv V is needed to supply sanitation in the purchase supplies to produce the took the safe cash and narcotics i The most seriu m ct fj grandfather one of the oldest Elks Alll allci Snow Basi recreation tasty meals and to keep the cost j More than J1000 cash and checks I stitutionalitv of fhV areas aruiind weekly i and a dozen varieties of narcotics M blaLUCe ls iinelMrlino mnrnhinp nnim Mother it Unjustly discriminates be TJ I Mrs Stevens a veteran in the en i fiid anu Weber county sheriff i Opit Tlc i Ma SO II Hill priKnn deputy war Injured was Charles D Paul an1 Ab Jenkins former Salt 21 Ogden who suffered a pos Lake Cilv mayor Pihfi fractured back He was re harden Harris will remain at ported in fairly good condition the pnsnn until his successor takes at LDS hospital where he was taken by police ambulance crew men Officers Max V Knudson and E office Mr Snow said There is a possibility we will find just the man we want Thurs Wednesday nis are Koyal L Mc 21 Salt Lake City and Charles B Clements Jr Opden Both are charged with 1 FointoftheMountain Defense Counsel George C Mor ris informed the court that Mc i Kean had contracted a skin infec tion at the in one of the nations oldest lodge Then they sat down on the edge of Mr Deardorffs bed and gan to recall the days of 02 wli Harry was exalted ruler j Big Convent inn I national convention of to be held in Utah was More than 15000 Elks from all over the country swarmed into Salt Lake City From Canada Wednesday and Mexico too Some delegates The chief said he understands a Veteran in FitId To have or not to have pm j native of Utah The Economy Basket will ap i pear in The Tribune each Tues I day Thursday and Saturday and in The Telegram each Monday Wednesday and Friday Mrs Stevens has prepared her i were removed from the forced safe agc recipients who The car was found by Officer O T rea ProPertvas distinguished I fl om other recipients according B1 107 to Justice Wades opinion Justice Roger I McDonough hall games still may he a question marketing suggestions from prices Police Chief L C Crowther said offered bv srroccrs whose arivertis 1 1 1 Officer Farley had been alerted t ti less than an hour before his dis covery of the theft of the vehicle j he found It had been stolen Wedensday at 1 am from the gaj rage of Walter B Lloyd Discrimination Charged s opinion of The officer said the safe con George W La timer con tained about S159 currency ln fu with tne cflief TIi tices opinion and Tusfirp T Jr 19 Ogden nrw niadjn mav appcar jn the rirst Eonomy BB8hPt wi tn ewipe fmm Lity which does not award free in Fririavs Telegram am in prison site all Elk brothers nad lo or 20 sleep ffamcs lo high scmersnot as urdavs Tribune appear and in Sat games to high as mrlavs Tribune g at their houses such anyway It put Utah on I he map though Instead when a player rings 471 Those delegates sure did like it hells and challis up nnugh AcllOll 1 nrtl M i U Q c i mt 11 nli t n 11 v Ji I appears in Tle Salt Lake SI was scattered on i and Justice James uie and Salt Lnke Telegram The uie rear floor of he Also olfe in the result j ripm nrrnrrpri this way Tr r Paul an employe of Union Pacific Railroad Co had driven a points a sign lights vip reading Wallace L Iverson said the accij the1 eiven proper attention He here and went home and told Continue to Play said this and similar practices Dcoole Now look at all the con practices people tended to demoralize inmates Mr venti the oldlimers said Morns said a rehabilitation I gram conducted on a merit system j Christmas parties for poor should be instituted dren started back in those days Warden John Harris signed a too T ISlt j complaint charging the dim with Col Walter Merriam Pratt Bos a guard and escaping Iped Find Tolls crew of workers to a railroad spur 1VTpxrf under construction near the rei 7 k finery He let the men out of the truck then decided to check under the chassis of the vehicle for pos sible engine trouble ton governor general of the So A shallow ditch served as a ciety of Mayflower descendants makeshift grease pit for Mr will be feted March IB by th Iaul who drove the 1 Uton stake slate Mayflower organization body truck astraddle the ditch when he visits Salt Lake City then crawled under the vehicle j An informal reception in the Fie told the officers he was at Alia club has been arranged in1 The defense attorney filed a mo vpre going to get over 40year tempting to remove a nut with a Col Pratts honor according to tion to dismiss the charges The awards Wednesday night wrench when the truck started John M Boutwell governor of the motion was taken under advise Rear the names to me Harry rolling The right front wheel state organization Col Pratt will ment bv Judge Moss i ordered So he did j pinned the victim to the ditch bed address the local group on the G P Pitrhford G M Ander and he was trapped for several of the society IT O sonp pChristensen J W Col seconds until the workmen he had The entertainment committee W IJllCJ Ivleell 112 OCt ins J A Col H B j driven lo the scene heard his for the governor generals visit Farrar H W Griffith Kmil Lehi cries for aid and pushed the heavy includes Mr Boutwell Mrs S B J tclJl i J man George Mcnonsglo Ceoroe vehicle from his body Cooper chairman Mrs Robert J H S Scott Gideon i Murray Stewart Mrs A Ray Olpin The board of managers of the Snyder Grant Snyder Richard i and Arlhiir V Watkins lrinh congress ParentTeachers F K Straiip A K Tier1 Assn will hold its regular mid nan A D Tobin Noble Warmm And the machines may stump prosecutors who have ruled as il from the games money or free games in 1oiice Miring c Action on test case of al U N Meet Today illegal hiring of police de partment employes was postponed again Wednesday after a meeting lot Public Safety Commissioner L C Romney and Asst City Atty A 11 it i i n i i jj found was a single capsule believed claim that the IK to contain narcotics and a small dlscnniinales against husband and packet of canceled checks e together was answered According to Robert L Bush atfrtn the Prevailing opinion The legislature has viewed man owner and manager of the pharmacv was made by sawing through one and a quarter the and wife do not live pharmacv was made by the possibilities where See Page 16 Column 5 inch steel bars protecting a winI dow in the rear of the store then j breaking and unlatching the winj dow The safe about 15 by 17 by IS inches was rolled to the back door I and presumably loaded into the waiting auto Mr Bushman unable to estimate i value of the narcotics said that The 119th annual conference of other valuable merchandise such i the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat as cameras and jewelry was un terday Saints will be held April touched indicating the burglars j 3 4 and 6 in the Salt Lake taber were concerned primarily with according to an announce LDS Conclave Set April 36 taming drugs TT Cars h Atiln tnured the Rflr PiSlol Riflf AIKO stiipps toured the Bat i JSIU1 I1IC ot Jot sat Tuesdav nhr Statf Tuesday night winter meeliny Saturday at A H Ball C F Bellcmere J B a ri at Temple Square hotel Mrs Burbidce Stephen A robb M T r ChBrIes U W Presidcn A A Hedberg J R rifle from his auto announced Wednesday larvis Pr K M Kevsor T B and removed a l 2 speedometer mobile while it was parked in front Regular reports will be rend at iV W C Lockinton H L from one vehicle a tire from i of his residence Sunday night was j the meeting and plans will be made McTOnnell James B Marshall l another and a Sio tire and wheel reported to police Wednesday by for the state convention June 9 H Xihtinale Harry R ch and two hub cans from a third j Raymond R Ross 2110 Downing1 and 10 at Brigham Young univer Nathan J T Rvan eports I ton ns9Rfinh sity in Provo she said i nan B Shields Waldo E Smith auto according to police reports i ton ave 1825 South St SNOW GOING MORE COMING Mercur Soars to New i C H Sloven Fred A Slrain Ernest Wallace George H Watj sfin W L Wetherbee and J L Wilson i j Stormless northern Utah experienced its warmest day of the year Wednesday as March continued to play the role of the proverbial lamb In Salt Lake City the mercury climbed to 51 degrees at the airport and 53 degrees downtown high readings this year for both stations Other areas reported readings somewhat higher than Tuesdays warm tem peratures The seige of springlike weal her finished melting the last of Salt Lake Citys snow except in shaded drifted or piled areas by Wednesday weather observers reported A new storm approaching the inter mountain region however and bv late Thurs SanJuauBarilonc Displays Talent day some areas may receive either snow or Loiic Bailcv San Juan county ram Amounts are not expected to be great baritone appeared on Tuesday Possible flood threats meanwhile have evenings Intermountuin Parade j talent program the Utah the1 prompted safeguards at Mountain Dell reser altr as a slcsl arlisli and was not i voir which is being maintained at 25r of competing for a scholarship i The story in the SaltLake Trib capacity to control runolt into SugarliDuse from Purlevs canvon LiVcl of the reservoir will be maintainid at according to A Ai1lck Salt Luke Wiitticurniriissioner until runoff control is assured At he Perkins subdivision 3rd South and 5th East all that remains from curly runoff flood waters is a few scattered puddles tine morning may have been misintevpriivd as meaning Mr Kailiy was a crutrstant Ac tiiilly huwivcr Mr Ilailiy gin irniislv wilhdnw from compcti liiin priur to Ilii owing In his grater ivpirimrc in tin musie world In addition a tiiul Navajo Indian rug was donated by the people of San Juan county ns one of Hie fca Check Discovery A Tier Kadio Call his diMovery night Det Kd in radio patrol officer i ment Wednesday of the L D S first I presidency I General sessions will be held I daily at 10 am and 2 pm The general priesthood meeting is scheduled for April 4 at 7 prhl in the tabernade Special meetings will be held April 5 a date skipped for general conference sessions The announcement advised bish oprics to hold the April fast meet ing in wards on March 27 except in stakes which have quarterly conferences scheduled that date In those cases April 10 is the sug gested date for the fast meeting Fuel Firm Probed By Commission After a morninglong informal hearing on the shortage of natural gas connection facilities in Salt Lake county the state public serv ice commission Wednesday sched uled further informal discussions for Tuesday at 10 am Representatives of the Mountain Fuel Supply Co and Utah Home Builders Assn locked herns over the problem of supplying new resi dential subdivisions with gas serv ice While Earl P Staten UHBA executive secretary charged dis crimination Joseph Severn Jones fuel company attorney declared shortage of materials and in creased demand on available sup j plies have hampered full compli mice with new service connection Before the commission decides I whether an official public hearing is to be held the admittedly scri lem in hour earlier In lr fm InnKiiiil for I ous situation will be explored stolen automobile Safe luirgliirixfd early Wednes further said Donald Hacking Grcm imrttiiioiV I S C cilctuTimu   

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