The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on June 17, 1931 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY EVENING-, JUNE 17,1931. THE OGBEN STANDAED - EXAMINBB 3 Retired Oil F i r m Agent Crossed Plains By Wagon Train Death claimed another long-time resident of Utah and the city of Qgden at 3:30 o'clock this morning, in the passing of John Elisha Williams, 80, at the home Of his son, Kirby P. Williams, 2229 Lincoln avenue, Kis last illness was of orly a few hours' duration. Mr. Williams \vas torn December 25. 1350. to Daniel and Margaret Plume. Williams in Worthington, Indiana. As a boy he crossed the plains in 1861 with an independent wagon train outfitted at Blackjack, Kansas. A few years later he returned to. Indiana by wagon train and in later years again came west on one of the first steam trains operating west of the Missouri river. He freighted out of Glenn's Ferry and Boise. Idaho, to Umatilla and The Dalles, Oregon. At one time he operated a store at Stockton, Utah, and was also postmaster and express asent at that point. He made his home in Salt Lake City in 187S and was married there to Miss Augie Alexander. In Salt Lake City he entered the employ of the Continental Oil company.. Later he was advanced to the position of manager of the Ogden office and was retired on. a pension abou: 20 years ago, being one of the very first to re- Seven Pairs ObtaiB Marnage Licenses The first indication of a June marriage rush made its appearance at the office Of Lawrence A. Van Dyke, Weber county clerk, Tuesday i Newcomers Have No Chance afternoon when sewn couples were . in WRITER QUITS - - . RRJ . ,,- l U s t IlFTiilifi LllL licensed to wed. They were: Kenichi tTriu, Pocatello, Idaho, and Hatsue Ujiie, Ogdan-; Jesus Ballillo, and Thelma Hayes, both of Ogdeii; Alton P. Richards. Ogden, and Phyllis Krogue, Resburg, Idaho; Harold Arbon, Salmon, Idaho, anti Pearl Smith, Brigham City; Harold Lawrence Bobb and. June Lillian Stone, both of McGill, Nev.; Forest LeRoy Giles and Vivian Myers, both of Glenn's Ferry, Idaho; and Douglas Kay Coleman and Doris Glynn Possum, both of Pocatello, Idaho. Enters Agreement W i t h U. S. Regarding Forest Protection Nevada will join the list of 36 states already co-operating with the forest service,, in forest fire prevention, the agreement between the surveyor general of Nevada and the United States secretary of agriculture having been signed to take effect July 1. Nevada lists 315.0,00 acres of forest area in need of protection. Private Literary Game, He Declares CONCORD, N. H., June 17.--(AP) --George Allan- England is going to give up writing and start a chicken farm because "there simply isn't a living in the writing game any more." His advice 10 young authors is "learn the grocc-ry business or practice to be a radio announcer. The newcomer to the fiction racket hasn't a chance today. It's hard enough for the old-timers to keep the wolf from the door.' Mr. England, according to his own figures, "bats cut" an average of half a million words of copy yearly. He has been hitting that pace for about SO years in the popular magazines and now he thinks "the golden era of authoring is done." In his own v:ords he is going to "put the cover on the typewriter, draw upon the dwindling bank balance, and buy myself and wife a tidy little poultry ranch in the vicinity of Key West." Mr. England was born at Fort McPherson, Neb., in 1877. He was graduated from Harvard in 1902 and was awarded the first Bowdoin prize and elected to the Phi Beta kappa. He is a member of the Authors' League of America and is honorary vice president of the Department Hears of Two Robberies Two robberies were reported to the police station Tuesday evening, one by Frank B. Smith, 2440 Grant avenue, and 1 the- other y Mrs. Joseph Greenwell. 207 West Patterson avenue. Smith reporter) that thieves broke into- his shop and stole a tool box and a large quantity of tools. Mrs. Green-well reported that some one gained' entrance to her home by a pass key and stole two rings, two strings, of pearl beads and one string of amber heads. Treasury Experts Believe Figure Will Drop Below Goal WASHINGTON, June 17.--(AP)-The billion dollar federal dsfieit increased over $8,000,000 today in Western Governors Meeting Approved BOISE, June 17.--CAP)--Governor ,C, Ben Ross expressed his approval to Governor George H, Dern of Utah today for a conference of western governors to be held late this summer or early fall in some city in California. Suggestion for the conference was made by Governor Dcrn in a letter to the Idaho executive- in which he the outlined the organization of two years_ age. ir Ross Writers 1 ' club. -4~f- UE.111^ UiiC J.t HIV k t - ^ J 1 J. *». -JV i"J ·M' «·*!,« "- ----- _ _ t - , T - - , ceive such retirement in the inter- owners spent $2,t55 for f ire P r °tec- mountain territory _by this company. tion last year. The ederalalolt- His wife died in Ojrden in March, 1924. He held membership in the Episcopal church here. He was a member of the Ogden city council ment for co-operation in Nevada next year will amount to approximately 31,200. In Nevada there are also the three times under different admin-iBumboldt. Nevada, and Toiyabe na- istratiqns. jtional Surviving him are two sons, John|Dixie. forests, and parts of Eldorado,. Tahoe. Inyo. the and Edward aiid Kirby P. Williams, andiMono national forests, which already three grandchildren, all of Ogden.'receive She full protection of Funeral announcement will be made,tinted States forest service, by the Kirkcndall-Darlins; mortuary. the Floor And Joists Damaged By Blaze iZ7 «/ Slight clamas;e was done to property occupied by the Neuteboom Printing company, 2450 Washington evening, when a The building is vwned by the Peery estate. The fire avenue, Tuesday fire broke out. g mangles Face of Salt Lake CMId SALT LAKE i'AP)--A boy's CITY. June 17.- traditional friend turned traitor today and as a result Lynn Thompson, Jr.. 5. has- a badly mangled head and face. The boy was attacked by a bull- ma! clamped its- jaws down on the boy's face End although two other , it trie five department arrived be- 1 re it had time to get much head- w y. S NJOY GOOD EYESIGHT LooJt to your eyes first-- then · your »yes will look for you. Don't "neglect eye strain- or any eye troubles of any kind. We are ready to serve you in the most scientific manner -- to adjust your sight so that you can enjoy the many things in life. We will fit you carefully-- in fact our service is- guaranteed. J. T. Huskier Son Optometrists 2*36 Washington Ave. bulldog held' fast until the boy's father arrived. Lynn had played with the dog for some time and it was his companion on treks throughout the neighborhood. Owners of the animal were unable to account for its sudden 1 in behavior. A. ROOM ; Bat the Best" THURSDAY SPECIAL Ham Hock and Beans Roast Pork or Roast Beef Potatoes, Bread. Butter and Coffee 33e FRIBAY SPECIAL Halibut or Salmon Roast Pork or Boast Beef Potatoes, Bread, Butter and Coffee 35c Merchants' Lunch 11:30 to 7 Short Orders At AH Hours. 361 24th Street Three Oiling Jobs . BOISE. June 17..-- (AP)-- Three oiling and surfacing jobs were advertised today by the bureau of highways, bids to be opened June 30. The- work includes 11 miles between Spirit Lake and RatJidrum, 15 miles from Sandpoint to the Boundary countv line, and 12.6 miles from Malad to the Utah line. It was undei stood by the bureau that Utah was preparing to oil the Utah side of the highway to a connection with the Oregon trail south highway at Tr^monton. Ogdeii Fairs Going To Templar Sleeting Harry P. Irwin, grand commander of the Knighes Templars of Utah, r accompanied by ASrs. Irwin and- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Craven, will leave Saturday for Minneapolis to attend the national convention of the Templars, June 20 to 26. A special train of delegates will arrive in Ogden Saturday evening from Lcs Angeles and will pick, up Utah delegates as it passes through the state, - M Treasurer of City Doubly Fortunate City Treasurer Heber Heiner is a grandfather. A daughter was born. Tuesday to Mrs. Le Grande Stuart, 2363 Porter avenue,, his daughter. Not only that,, but Mr. Keiner had another reason to feel at peace with the world, for he caught his limit of trout in South Fork canyon a few hours bsfore his grandchild was born. spite early tabulations of the second ;,, nfe . ren:Ce quarter income tax payments. The deficit stood at Sl,00iJ,9Q3,Q63 as compared with $1,091,809,366 on, £ . Gts of concern to western gov- the preceding day which mi ht be taken up at A statement at the close of busi-, f. - ni ., f ,,_-,-;;, ness June 15 showed that early tab- sucrl ^ t- 0 "^-"- 1 -- ulatiQES brought the second quarter income tax payments to $11,948,411. First day's receipts in the first quarter were $13,100,000. Despite today's unexpected increase in the deficit, treasury officials still believed the year-end figure on June 30 will drop below ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 17.--(UP) :President Hoover's estimate of $S50,- --The average American family is 000,030. $400 in debt, the National Retail A large increase in general ex- Credit association convention was 'penditmres accounted for the larger told today by Sidney Baer, depart- s MEETOFHGER Director From New York Made Chief Guest At Dinner A dinner for Miss Janet M. Geister of New YOT'K, a director at the headquarters of the National Asso- _ ciation of Graduate Nurses, will be|- Show Horses Being Taken To CaKf ornia A carload of show horses belonging to Mrs. W,. P. Koth, famous horse breeder of Redwood, Calif., passed, throuprn Ogden Tuesday evening en route to- the coast from Pennsylvania, where they has} been competing in shows. Among the horses were two famous animals. Spirit of St. Louis an3 Sweetheart on Parade, winning five-suited mace Bepression Caused By Excess Debts Miss Geister is being tendered the dinner by the Utah State Nurses' association, district No. 2, and will leave at 6:4'Q. o'clock for Denver. Miss Agatha McGregor is president of the second district but will not be able to attend on account of ill health. Mrs. Herbert Woods, director of the state association, will act as toastmistress Miss Geister met with the state associaion Tuesday evening in Salt Lake City while on a tour of the western states. . deficit total on June 15. Ordinary expenditures on that day ment store vice president of St. Louis. ·came to $24)684,602 after a gradual] Baer estimated that future salaries reduction in the daily outlay had "have been drawn upon to the ex- brought 'the preceding day's figure to only $7,227,716. The sudden increase, treasury officials explained, was due to a jump tent of $10,000,000,000, ail amount greater than al the gold in circulation. in the world.." Use of excess credit, Baer said, of $7,500,000 in the postal deficit'caused the present depression period coupled with an increase in public'as if resulted in over expansion in debt interest requirements of nearly'all lines of business., $3,000,000. over the preceding day. -·f-f- Motorists Leave Small Sams In Court Weber Farm Bureau Holds Dance Friday Weber county farm bureau will hold a dance in th Weber gymnasium on Twenty-fifth street on Friday evening at 9 o'clock. A membership card n the farm bureau will admit one couple and the general public is invited at a snraB charge. An excellent program of entertainment is being arranged for the intermission. O. M. Wildman, 42, of 2820 Eccles, avenue, forfeitsd S2 bail in city court this-morning when he failed to answer to a charge of overtime automobile panting. Clarenpe Walker, 34 of Brigham City, forfeited S2 bail on a "barge of failing to stop for a red traffic light. Acting City Judge Samuel C. Powell set Jims 25 as the date for the hearing of battery charges against Chester Dinsdale and W. B. Carnford. Suicide Committed By Former Idahoan LOS ANGELES, June 17.-- OJF)-- Eugene Schubert, said to be a former Boise, Idaho, man, committed suicide, police reported today. The man first, wrote a note in which he said he was tired of life. He then placed a pistol to his temple and fired. Idaho Skips Output of Potatoes BOISE, June 17.--(AP)--Idaho has shipped 32.661 carloads of potatoes out of The statef rorn last fall's crop, exceeding the previous record by mre than 4000 carloads, a report of the department of agriculture stated today. The shipment has abo-ut stopped, however, the total for June being 157 carloads. During' May more than 3300 carloads were shipped. The nearest approach to this total was the J9.27 crop of 28,305 carloads. Parents of music students were asked today by the reception committee to have their children bring roses and be at the Union station at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to greet the officers and delegates passing- through Ogden to attend th convention, of the National Federation of Music Clubs to San Francisco. The delegates will be in Ogden for half an hour and ceremonies of greeting will take place on the east lawn. of all ACUTE -INDIGESTION strikes late at (when drug stores are closed.) Why not be safe with Bell-ass on hand . . . 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