The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on November 14, 1938 · Page 3
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MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1938 THE' OGDEN STAN DARD-EXAMINER, 3 ·EARLY PASSAGE OF $5 GAR FEE 1SEENJNJOAHO ·"Bottolfsen In S.L. En Route To California for Vacation . SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 14-(AP)-- Idaho Republican leaders : planned today to ask the state': ' 1939 legislature to enact a law fix ing automobile license plates at S5 and predicted the measure would be passed in the first week of the legislative session. · Thomas Heath, Idaho Republican .state chairman, said after a conference with Governor-Elect C. A ·: Bottolfsen on the party's legisla " program, "the first thing w do will be to lower the price of -automobile licenses to ?5." HeatU accompanied Bottolfsen : and his wife to Salt Lake City Sun -day, where Idaho's first Republican · governor in eight years stopped on the first night of a vacation trip to California. Bottolfsen said nothing had been done about the selection of a speak er of the house, and Heath said hi would take up the matter with party leaders and members of th legislature when he returned to · Idaho this week. . Bottolfsen said his party also in fended to favor a proposed state . game commission regardless o; whether an initiative measure on · which voters balloted had passed Both Bottolfsen and Heath werf jubilant over the success of theii campaign. Heath said the nev · legislature, composed of 27 Repub . licans out of 44 members of th senate and 40 Republicans of a 59 . member house presaged the enact ment of their program. College Gets 'Break 1 In Pocatelto POCATELLO, Nov. 14--(AP)-Joe College--and Jane, too--is go ing to have a harder time "flunk ing out" of the University of Idaho south, in the future. Dean John R. Nichols has a plan .which automatically gives the fail g student another chance. Under the plan any student fail r ing to make passing grades will bi placed on a probation list and "en rolled" in a special six-week study class directed by John C. Snidec or. They will be given a test to determine whether they have a slov reading rate or poor comprehension WPA WORKERS PAY PAL'S WAGE ST. LOUIS, Nov. 14--(AP)--Al though he had been fired by the WPA, Ray Gordon, 40-year-old war veteran, went back to his old jol on a St. Louis county project to day, but he was swinging his own shovel and his wages were being paid by his fellow workers. Several days ago, they hit upon a plan of putting him back on th job themselves. Each worker agreed to contribute a nickel a daj to a pool until Gordon had receivec k:hc regular WPA wage of $45 a 'month. BEAUTY OPERATORS NAME OGDEN WOMAN SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 14-(AP)--The Utah Association of Better Beauty Shops had new offices and a three-point legislative program today. Meeting Sunday, the association Elected Mrs. Sophia Roberts of Price, president; Mrs. Thelma Gealta of Ogden, vice-president; Mrs Mayme Hansen, Price, secretary, and George Zilonka, Salt Lake City treasurer. The new legislative program proposed appointment of a three-man rotating board of examiners for beauticians; requirement of a high school education or its equivalent for students wishing to take beauty culture, and appointment of a state examiner to serve the beauty cu!- nre exclusively. Evanston Eugene Chase and Ralph Batemnn, Circulation; Mrs. Vivian Sharp, Correspondent 114D Morse Lee, Phone 491 ALCATRAZ CONS ARE ' DEHIEDJELEASES SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14 (AP) --Federal Judge A. F. St. Sure today denied the petition of Royce · C. Brown and Tom C. Moffitt, Texas kidnapers, for writs of habeas corpus in connection with their k^fforts to obtain release from Al- Ratraz prison. ' The convicts had asked that they be returned to Dallas, Texas, for resentencing, contending they had not been sentenced under the same statute under which they were indicted. They were convicted ·in Feb. 1937 of kidnaping R. A. .Haggard and forcing him to travel ·wifi them from Dallas to Shreveport, La. A mountain goat is able to turn around on a six-inch ledge, and csn climb along mountain walls inaccessible to others. 'HOME' ROOMS NAME OFFICERS Leaders Selected By Junior And Senior School Students EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 14r--Se- lection of officers to serve during the second terra of 1938-39 has been completed by junior and senior high school home rooms with these results : Juniors--Home room 102, Muriel Hudson, president; Calvin Queal, vice president; Josephine Messina, secretary, and Louise Rasmussen, reporter; 103, Blain Buck, Arnold Christensen, Anita Layne, Billy Whiting; 201, Thomas Pickhardt, Helen Atkinson, Elaine Ewart, and Jack Sarvis; 206, Glen Spencer, Bob Skyles, Mary Coumas, Willmer Reed; 303, James Hooper, John Neilson, Lily Wing, Sally Reed; 202, Betty Jo Brimhall, Lela Atkinson, Marion Bethal, Allen Pack. Senior high: Home room--June Sharp, president; Edwin Wheeler, vice president; Alta Fae Witham, secretary; Harold Zundell, reporter; 23, Dick Stevens, Margaret Neilson, Fay Smith, Joe'Schwartz; 6,'Glen Buck, Robert Tueller, Allan Chase, Mary Evelyn Baird; 7, Fred Stevenson, Thomas Price, Nellie Mae Thornhill, Elizabeth Moore; 5, Alice Holland, Bessie Brown, Florence Brown and Marianne Gull; 2, Donald Barnard, Robert Cheese, Freeman Gellcr, Beverly Aanerud. SERVICES SLATED TUESDAY RANDOLPH. Nov. 14--Funeral rites for Bessie Morgan Rex, 47, wife of Perse H. Rex of Randolph will be held at one p. m. Tuesday in the Randolph L. D. S. ward chapel with Bishop L. B. Johnson officiating. Mrs. Rex succumbed Saturday night in a Salt Lake City' hospita to peritonitis. She was born in Salt Lake City January 11, 1891 a daughter of John and Helen Groesbeck, Morgan. Surviving besides her husbam are three sons, Harold, John M. anc Maeser Rex. all of Randolph; three daughters, Mrs. Helen Frazier o: Oakland, Calif.; Miss Winifred Rex of Salt Lake City and Miss Flora Rex of Randolph; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Kunkle and Mrs Gail Clayton of Salt Lake City Mrs. Helen Austin of Ogden anc Mrs. Eliza Smith of Oakland, Calif, and three brothers, .Nicholas G Morgan and John H. Morgan of Salt Lake City and G. Earl Morgan of Milwaukee, Wis. Friends may call at the family residence this evening and Tuesday prior to the services. STUDENTS RETURN; VACATION OVER EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 14--The following students are back in Laramie today after spending Armistice week-end at the homes of their parents: Print Storey, Dick Barnard, Ralph Davis, Joe Guild, William Sharp, Arthur Sim, Marjorie Hill, Elizabeth Johnson, Barbara Williams, Geraldine Payne, Cleo and Marion LaChappele and Ruth Sharp. War Veteran Finds Body of Motorist WORLAND, Wyo., Nov. 14 (AP) --L. B. Bailey, a crippled war veteran who refused to abandon a search after other searchers gave up, found the frozen body of Andrew W. Wilson, 60, Sunday. Authorities said Wilson died from exhaustion after walking from his stalled automobile toward Worland. He failed in attempts to start a fire. Jobs Daughters, O. E. S. Set Meets EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 14--Esther chapter No. 9, O. E. S,, will meet Tuesday evening,' with Mrs. Ella Dunn presiding. Bethel No. 19, Order of Jobs Daughters will meet Wednesday at seven-thirty p, m. at the Masonic temple. There will be an initiation. HOME FROM HOSPITAL EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 14-- Mtrs. Ernest McPhie, who un\ier- went a major surgical operation :wo weeks ago in a Salt Lake City lospital, was convalescing at her lome today. [CONTAIN VITAMIN A A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your .common cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you may get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy ;ess potent than Creomulsion, which roes right to the seat of the trouble md adds nature to soothe and heal ;he inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel germ-, laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomul- sion. Your druggist is authorized to' refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained. Creomulsion is one word, ask for it plainly, see that the name on the bottle is Creomulsion, and you'll get the genuine product and the relief you want; (Adv.)- OGDEN GO-EDS A,C, SPONSORS Marion Thomas and Genee Wangsgard Are Named' By Battery LOGAN, Nov.. 14--Miss Marion Thomas of. Ogden had'today been named . assistant battery sponsor, and Miss Genee Wangsgard of Ogden advanced to the battery sponsor position on the Utah State Agricultural college campus. The military sponsors are elected from the freshmen and sophomore coeds every fall quarter by the advanced military men in the R.O.T.C. unit. Miss Thomas is a junior in the school of physical education. She is a member of Spurs, president of the Women's Athletic association, secretary, of. the junior class, a member of. the Associated Women. Students council, and affiliated with the Chi Omega Sorority. . , - . Miss Wangsgard is a junior and has set an enviable scholastic record in her major of history. She is affiliated with Chi Omega Sorority. Both attended Ogden high school. French Party On Last Lap Of River Trip SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 14-The three-member French-Colorado river expedition was en route today to Lee's Ferry to start the final lap of their journey from Green River, Wyo., to Lake .Mead. Bernard de Colmont, scientist and explorer; Genevieve de Colmont, his wife, and Antoine de Seynes, adventurer, planned to drive to Lee's Ferry and continue their trip in light rubber kayaks. Their journey was interrupted by a need for new clothes and rest. In England, a Sunday blue, law states that "cut flowers -can be bought on the Sabbath, but no potted plants." 'Better to Give/ Says Con Of f ering Eye to Denver Man S-LWOMANlT AMERICA MEET LARAMIE, Wyo., Nov. 14--(UP) --A prisoner who believes it is better to give than to receive insisted today on donating an eye so that blind · William' Lewis, Denver attorney, might see. The prisoner, William Cardiff, held for passing a worthless check, wanted to go to Denver immediately for the operation after persuading Lewis to come here and talk with him. District Judge V. J. Tidball found "the request "irregular" and said he would have to consider releasing Cardiff temporarily. "I'm\perfectly willing-to do-this," Cardiff said. "It's not as if I were giving my life--and besides, I have another-, eye. "I made this offer because of a certain Christian principle that many of · us fail to practice. That principle is ; that it is better to give than to receive. "I don't expect to receive any leniency or privilege from authorities in helping me get out of trouble. And I am not doing it for any. publicity, purpose." . Lewis, father of three children who was blinded by the accidental explosion of a tear gas bomb in his hands last year, already had one operation. The cornea of a dead woman was transplanted to his right eye. It did not restore sight. His other eye was beyond aid. DRIVER JAILED AS OGDEN WOMAN HURT 9»ALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 14-(AP)--Mrs. Nina Oliphant, 30, of Ogden, suffered severe head lacerations and M. E. Hanncn, 38, faced charges of reckless driving following a two-automobile crash here. Hannon was booked at police headquarters for reckless driving after his car collided with one driven by Ernest R.. Oliphant, 29. The manpower strength of Great Britain's navy was at its lowest point, in 38 years in 1934. Mrs. Musser Will Attend Conference of Republics In Peru SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 14.. (AP) --A Salt Lake City woman whose interest lies In Pan-American peace had been named today to the United States delegation to _the coming conference of the American republics in Lima, Peru. She is Mrs. Elsie F. Musser, wife of a Salt Lake City attorney, Burton W. Musser. It will be the third voyage to South America for Mrs. Musser in the interest of peace. In 1936- she was the only woman member of the- American delegation to the inter- American conference on peace at Buenos Aires. In 1937, she was one of four women members of a "people's mandate" committee that toured 19 South American countries seeking the ratification of the 1936 peace conference. S, L, AQUEDUCT BIDS REJECTED DENVER, Nov. 14--(AP)--New bids for furnishing labor and materials and performing all work for construction of the Olmstead and Alpine-Draper tunnels for the Salt Lake aqueduct of the Provo river project will be opened at the reclamation bureau office in Provo Nov. 22: The reclamation bureau headquarters in Denver announced all bids opened Oct. 27 for the construction near Salt Lake City had been rejected and new bids called for. 2265 Washington Blvd. Phone 4660 The statements crbove are from actutd letters written by Pacific Super-Heater owners whose names will be furnished on. request. These letters, and many other similar ones, are convincing proof that the Super-Heater does a better heating job in western homes · . · QCUJLL THE ONLY HEATER E V E R D E S I G N E D S P E C I A L L Y T O BURN WESTERN COAL Ordinary Heater SOPEH-EEATER Wouldn't you like to serre % on your coal bills, and have more money for other things? 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Never Before Have We Offered a More Complete Collection at Clearance Prices! Formerly Priced From $19.95 to $25.00 m It/ Street and afternoon dresses in Teal, Wine, Boy Blue and Black. Silks, Wools and Velvets are included. Sizes 12 to 42. OTHER DRESSES REDUCED TO HALF-PRICE Formerly Priced From $5.00 to $10.75 ·1.95 and A full range of colors in smart hats. Gage and Meadowbrook included. COATS Formerly Priced From $69.75 to $79.75 Dress coats-and sport coats with luxurious furs, fine fabrics and expert tailoring. Rothmoors included. Sizes 12 to 42. OTHER COATS REDUCED TO $27.50 COSTUME SUITS Formerly Priced From $29.95 to $95.00 -PRICE

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