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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, Ogden, Utah 2a the Osden Standard examiner income tax key to debt limit farm spending solons to be influenced by size of returns from individuals Washington March political leaders Are looking to the Federal income tax returns due by Midnight to influence important decisions about farm and defense spending new taxation and Chang ing the Federal debt limit. While the administration set up no goal for this month s tax collections the margin by which the receipts exceed the collected last March is expected to be cited in coming congressional debates. Unofficial guesses for the March total average about arguing Point for instance officials said if the tax yield is plentiful farm leaders can be expected to argue that the extra collections represent an unexpected Treasury wind fall which could be used for larger farm appropriations without impairing the budgetary Outlook. Similarly proponents of greater defense spending could cite the availability of extra funds for their products. At the same time opponents of the in new defense taxes proposed by president Roose velt in january will find support if the collections Are Large. Congress has been cold to the tax proposal. But if the March total should prove disappointing the lawmakers might be More receptive. Room for new tax overhanging All congressional debates on spending and Economy in recent weeks has been presi Dent Roosevelt s prediction that unless appropriations were held cd his january estimates and the new taxes were voted the Treasury would reach its debt limitation during the fiscal year beginning july 1. Thus if revenues should be larger than he expected there might be room either for More spending or avoiding new taxes or both. Long career ends Samuel untermyer illness proves fatal of r. Points Way to world peace continued from Page one de Only in the setting up of governments Able to maintain peace within their Borders. Today we seem once More to be in a temporary Era where organized Force is seeking to Divide men and nations from one an other. That is Why it is right and proper to Call together the representatives of the great religious bodies which seek not to Divide but to unite men and nations in the old message of brotherhood and Good will. In dark Days of the past that idea has been saved in the Long run by splendid efforts to main Tain it in the minds and hearts of the average citizens in Allna tons. Today we seek a moral basis for peace. It cannot be a real peace if it fails to recognize brotherhood. I cannot be a last ing peace if the fruit of it is oppression or starvation or cruelty or human life dominated by armed Camps. It cannot be a sound peace if Small nations must live in fear of powerful neighbors. It cannot be a moral peace if Freedom from invasion is sold for tribute. It. Cannot be an intelligent peace it it denies free passage to that knowledge of those ideals which permit men to find common ground. It cannot be a righteous peace if worship of god is denied. On these fundamentals the world did not have a True peace m those years Between the end ing of the world War and the beginning of present wars. The band of missionaries whom you now meet to Honor understood this Well. They permitted no threat to the integrity or the institutions of the nations in which they worked. They sought to pro Mote an International order based on human Justice. The Active search for peace which the Early christians preached meant meeting and overcoming those forces in the world which had set themselves against the brotherhood of Man and which denied the Equality of souls be fore the throne of god. In those Olden Days they faced apparently unconquerable Force and yet were victorious. I offer my greetings to Vou As a congregation of Faith in the certainly that you will help to keep alive that spirit of kindliness untermyer 82, die son coast Palm Springs calif., March 16, untermyer 82, new York corporation lawyer and crusader for jewish rights died at his Winter Home saturday. Untermyer had been ill for Sev eral weeks. Death came in mid afternoon. Palm Springs for years bad been his Winter residence. With the coming of cold weather in the East he would Corne Here to As he put it sit in the Sun and not he Long had campaigned for la Bor and the underdog wherever found but wealthy indulged his tastes for Dapper dress. He Seldom was seen without an Orchid in his Lapel. With untermyer at his death were his son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Alvin untermyer who flew Here from new York 10 Days ago. Nazis claim trip profits continued from Page one Italy pressed upon Hungary not to insist just now on having Tran Sylvania another big rumanian province. Instead Rumania is being urged to conclude non aggression pacts with the soviet Union and with Hungary. High sources in re mania however have said that German conditions for economic monopolies and induction of a pro nazi Iron guar dist into the rumanian Cabinet which accompanied the German Security scheme for Rumania were that both Germany and Italy would profit by appeasement in the Balkans is obvious just As it is True conversely that trouble be ginning in any Section of the bal kans might mean a general conflagration for Southeastern Europe. Governor maps fight to finish continued from Page one chairman w. L. Miller. Guards men still bar Miller from the High Way building. Rivers charged today the state s sovereignty was jeopardized by Federal court invasion. He vowed to meet squarely and fearlessly an Issue defined As Federal Judici Ary regulation of internal political affairs of Georgia. To use guard Leo Farrell political writer of the Atlanta Constitution in a copy righted Story appearing in the sunday Issue wrote that the governor was prepared to use the full Force of the Georgia National guard All of its 300 officers and upwards of men if necessary to prevent his going to jail. Black Damp slows Rescue continued from Page one gency Hospital set up in the mine office basement but there was no immediate indication How Many were in serious condition. An undetermined number were reported Hurt. Fire broke out after the blast which presumably was caused by Gas or Coal dust. It was later brought under control. Rescue Crews wearing Gas masks and carrying cages of canaries to test air conditions hoped to break through the Wall of Black Damp before Midnight to where the 44 were believed entombed behind a Rock Barrier. All efforts to Contact the trapped men had failed. Ireland in hip boots and work clothes was directing Rescue operations personally. Huge pumps were utilized in an Effort to suck the Black Damp from the pits. Carl Gazda 27, related that 12 men working with him in the East Shaft walked into the main Tunnel and toppled Over victims of the fumes. Emergency stations nurses from Bellaire Martins ferry and Wheeling aided with the first Aid work at the mine. The red Cross and salvation army set up emergency stations. Thousands of persons tried to reach the scene by automobile snarling traffic on the narrow roads. County police and extra Highway patrolmen some of them flown by plane from Columbus were kept Busy far into the night handling the crowds. Scores of Rescue workers some of whom had been called Only two months ago to a mine at Bartley in neighbouring West Virginia to remove 91 blast victims were pressed into emergency service Here. A mine car speeding madly out of control shot out of the Entrance at noon an unconscious operator at the Driver s Post. This was the first indication that a blast had occurred. Both the Ohio division of mines and the United states Bureau of mines at Pittsburgh sent specially equipped Rescue cars to the scene located in a Hilly District. The mine is known As a Drift working because its entries Are made into Coal veins from the Side of a Hill. Briton totters in premiership London March 16 minister Chamberlain will reach his 71st birthday monday with his wartime leadership subjected to its first serious Challenge. During the week end he is draft ing a comprehensive defense of its conduct of the War to be delivered tuesday in the House of commons in reply to charges that the government hesitated until it was too late to give Finland the help she needed to fight off soviet Russia. He also faced a review of the wartime administration of the ministry of Supply amid growing de mands for the resignation of min ister of Supply Leslie Burgin As the result of charges of improper influences in the acquiring of War contracts. What s the use by now he s passing through Mexico and Faith which is the essence of civilization. I am confident of your ultimate Triumph for the ideals of Justice kindness brotherhood and Faith cannot die. These Are the highest of human ideals. They will be defended arid maintained. In their Victory the whole world stands to gain and the fruit of it is peace. A dignified Way to your accounts his tank must be filled with Atlas lightning Gas it costs less 19c a gallon so try ten borrow s5oo.oo 12 to. 18 to. Payment 20 to. 24 to. It s better because octane Content is higher Atlas pays a higher wholesale Price it s tailored made for Utah remember this in the time of the year to take advantage at Atlas warm water car will look like new. Peoples finance Thrift co. Hotel Ben Lomond building Wash. Blvd. Phone 3778 Wash and vacuum Atlas Oil company 80th Wash. 16th Wash. Phone 643 Call for and delivery service dispute to its Illinois demos continued from Page one Horner has been confined to the executive mansion by an extended illness. Horner aroused rejoined i Haven t lost my Power As gov he denied that usurpers were running the state asserted that he would t have Stelle for a Mes Senger and announced that he would make a speech for the organization Lieut. Gov. Stelle contending that Homer had re butted would the Man we elected governor in 1936 have stood idly by while Sam Nudelman state finance director and one of the Campaign fund custodians extorted an assessment from the salaries of helpless state Job holders would the Henry Horner of 1936 have sat mute while his Loyal Friend and Campaign manager Smith to a mysterious death and the state of Illinois be came a spectacle of shame with threatened investigations by the Federal government of the activities of his in sur rebuttal Harry b. Hershey organization entry who opposes Stelle for the gubernatorial nomination termed Stelle and his adherents selfish men who would wreck the party chances in no vember to gain their own Smith was found dead a week ago in a Springfield Hospital Bath tub. Coroner w. L. Dragoo at first opined he had committed suicide by drowning and reported that he had Cut his Throat two Days earlier. Four pathologists expressed the opinion however that Smith had succumbed to heart Dis ease. The Coroner said he would submit their findings to Oki inquest jury. Smith died several hours before he was scheduled. To testify Anent Campaign funds he had supervised until last fall. G. A. Muller writes a few Days ago news views touched on the subject of the sense of direction in animals and g. 0, a to abide by h Bill sunday morning. March 17, continued from Page one adopted by the Senate but has not been acted upon by the House. Statement issued through Ali saw committee. Up new in recent years the rep Hcan party had trended con stantly toward broadening the base of its financial in 1936, a re were Indi contributions a situation that in the Cam the Republican party would solicit a contribution from every erf who believes he has a stake m the restoration of a sound and sane government to the party he said would be grateful for contributions of read the classified ads. Pres Grant is up and around los Angeles March 16 a president Heber j. Grant of the latter Day saints Church was up and around saturday feeling Fine and spending lots of time in the this announcement was made by Bhe elderly Church Leader s physician or. W. E. Hunter. President Grant went to the Home of relatives thursday after spend ing five weeks in a Hospital rest ing arid recovering from san illness which developed during a tour of Church units in Southern California. Historic feat recalled Franconia n. H. To years ago tourists on the top of it. 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