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A Firmage 3331 Theater The Full-featur- ROWAN TIM IS. PAROWANUTAH. APRIL 19. 1956 New High In Seven Million Birds Banded Since 1900 ed REMINGTON pace Henry Fish Planting Forecasted Seven million birds, repre- The fishery programs are senting more than 600 species, nearing a peak at all welve have been banded for identi- - of Utahs state owned purposes since the cries, the department of fish ai'turn of the century, according and game said this week A new high in game fish to the department of he in- and planting is terior. production Banding records ell the forecast to meet expected instory of bird migrations and crease of anglers in 1956 longevity. As this story con- - Major improvements and migratory waterfowl, largements at most hatcher-thes- e Wieeords form an import- - ies, use of new fish feeds, field ant key in determining the survey records covering For Time and harvest each year, or drainages resulting in a All 7.000,000 of these re- - planned socking program and Full carriage. Full 10 cords are on file in the band- - a higher creel return of plant, 310 inch writing line. Handle! ing office of the U.S. Kish and od fish, are reasons for this your correspondence and reWildlife Service at Laurel, forecast. ports! Miracle Tab and 34 addiMaryland. The Service is re- The state's more heavily tional Featuresl Convenient for all such banding fished waters are expected to jeorder Budget terms arranged. records and also sets the final wejj stocked with legals Regulations covering the wa- - prjor to the June 9 opening jterfowl hunts in each state day Legals will continue to 'go jnt0 these waters through- jand flyway. In Utah, the department of out b summer months, fish and game has cooperated The department said plantain the waterfowl banding pro- - ing 0f some lower elevation gram for many years. In re-- 5tiu waters is already under cent years the banding of 'geese has been accented re- better determine habits and Landing program, throughbirds way .Higher lakes and reserv-hofrom bands of taken turn oirs cannot be planted until much hunting pressure this prime arget of the water- - buy hntCrs and 7 snow cover and road condiC.anad' tions permit. Most streams fowl family can afford and that 90 P" cfnt n geese taken m Utah are are not stocked until the hazstill maintain adequate brood of the Great Basin ards of spring flood waters 5 This phase of the Utah ibroo?ed and raised on the have passed, normally in late state s marshes or nearby May and early June. marshes in sister states. This Recent surveys show the information i the year to year the water table continuing to ,key in setting the bag limit. be critically low in some sec' Continued from Page 2 Some unusual and intereSt-Cali- tions. This is especially true and Bill Adams of Salt on several drainages in southjng facs from the banding brothers in the auction- - !corcis show one pintail duck ern areas of the state. One eering field, have again indi- - handed in North Dakota was example is Panguitch Lake, cated their willingness to sell ;kiUed in South America: e where the water level is only fat stock for the young- - other banded in Calif, inches above the measpintail eight ssters June 7, sale day of the was shot on a Paciic isiand taken last fall, with urement sb4505 miles away just three little prospect of much water The Adams brothers and morihs another was kill, from current snow covpr at their father prior to his death ed in iater; 21 days after England higher elevations. a few years ago, served as banded in Labrador, being An invitation to visit the auctioneers at many Inter- Each band is nimbered and state hatcheries during the mountain Junior Fat Stock bsts instructions to notify the busy period ahead is or another banding present Service extended to all sportsmen. The Number of entries expected Bands are returned twelve hatcheries are located agency for the North Salt Lake event tQ be finders wishing to keep at Loa, Panguitch, Glenwood, is unknown at present due to for souvenirs. Fountain Gret4i, Beaver, the continued the drought in ion of the Whiterocks, Springville, Salt I. Continued success southern part of Utah. It is SOUTHERN UTAH AUCTION expected, however, that en- - lrnPorVint ban in?uPr0g!TPa Lake, Kamas, Morgan, MidEVERY SATURDAY way and Logan. tries will be lighter from dependant upon flnd f the I CEDAR CITY P?sons. southern Utah than in prev- tuI1in tbem irVto ious years. Parowan Times, state or federal departments. Only $2.50 per year FOD SALE , hatch-ficatio- n SI X. and MOX. McXess lvtnlncts REM1DIES COSMETICS HOUSEHOLD HELPERS Direct Salts JMCViV BARBARA I RED STASUYCK MacMURRY JOAN BENNETT Dtliriry Striict THERE'S Trod Dalton ALWAYS PHONE 2331 Iirorii, TOMORROW L'tfii IMEdBSXEZBXI CARTOON SEAYS Mitchell KcMit SPECIAL SHORT tues.hed. tiiuks DISTRIBUTOR OF Browning Coal JERRY LEAHS COAL CAN BE PICKED UP DEAN MARTIN AT TIIE YARD IN ARTISTS AND MODELS PAROWAN OR DELIVERED 341 Phone or 2691 NETS FOR PAROWAN AND CEDAR CARTOON CITY and SAT. FD I. COMPLETE COVERAGE IN STEVE ALLEN Life - Automobile (FARM BUREAU INS ) THE BENNY See A. Hills Orton STORY NETS CARTOON Special Matinee STABLEMATES Mickey Rooney business. For further information write Box 151, Parogonah, Utah Phone 2054 . A en-eer- NOthe First Stone o',,. w lh"V sub-specie- s, e, - Shr i 1ST CROP wire BRIGHT baled hay at. lFilmore. Lelapd Callister, Phone 701 Delta. Office at Caurt Boose, Parowan For the Best In All Kinds Of I XT S U IS LIFE - SAM'S PHOTO LAB Salt lake City. Utah AUTOMOBILE P. O. Box 1115, Dept. MN FIRE . SURELY BONDS FOD See W. 6-- A X C E CLAIR SAL E Plow, Tandum Disk, Ditcher and Peg Tooth Harrow for n Tractor. Call or see Karl Mitchell, Parowan ROWLEY 3 HOME, PARTLY FURNISH-ed- ; 2 building lots. Phone g Lost XODTDEDX COAL Immediate Delivery BROWNING HUNINGTON ' Help Wauled SUNBEAM ALSO NEATLY HEMSTITCHING and expertly done. See La 26 Vern Dobrusky. Fur Dearers WE PRINT IT A HUNDRED COPIES OR A MILLION-- NOTICE OF SALT OF STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that in with law, the accordance STATE LAND BOARD of the STATE OF UTAH, will on May 2, 1956, at 1 P. M., on that day, offer at Public Auction in the State Land Office, 105 State Capitol. Salt Lake City, Utah, the following described tracts of land in Iron S SALE . buyaspin timber at $16 per cord or equivalent to $32 per M on highway or Work Wanted railroad. Contact Western Wood ExceUoir M". Co. Roy 609 o Phon 147 Cedar City, Utah SE OFFICE SUPPLIES AND GET OUR ESTIMATE. One-tent- We will AT THE SAME LOW UNIT COST . NOWIS THE TIME TO CHECK YOUR County, Utah: G EXE DAL Man or woman wanted to No. 1 SW'4 Sec. 28, T. 34 S., handle McNess Products full R. 16 W SLM, 160.00 ac. HAULING or spare time. Opportunity to No. 2 All Sec. 32, T. 34 S., R. make $40 a day. No exper8 W., SLM, 640.00 ac. ience necessary. Write ALMA EVANS The land may be sold to the COMPANY, P.O. Box highest bidder, but cannot be 14, Bayshore Station, Oaksold for less than the apprais2411 Phone Parowan, Utah 2 land 23, California. ed value thereof; and the sale will be made only to citizens of the United States or those F OR who have declared their inWell improved 160 acre farm tention to become such. NUTRIA, See Golds, Blacks, h of Standard Choice Breeding in center of development of Terms of sale: Stock. Compare before invest- Escalante Valley. Best water the purchase price payable at rights, modern home and full the time of sale, with five ing. of machinery. Excellent percent interest on the reline Utah Milcal Nutria. Fillmore, to well qualified mainder of the sale price to 26 offering Box 276. Phone 1J2. farm family. See John C. the first of January following, McGarry, Beryl, Utah plus the $2.00 Certificate fee; the remainder of the purchase to be divided into not price APARTMENT ON GROUND more than twenty annual payfloor. Completely furn. includments with interest at the rate ing hot water and heat. of five percent per annum on Channel Apts. Phone 3461. 26 the deferred payments, the interest being payable in advance each year. All mineral is reserved to the Will do laundry in my home State of Utah. and help with house cleaning. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or Betty Decker, Phone 2556. 9 16 23 1 to withhold either or both tracts from sale. order of the State Land By WILL TEND CHIDREN in mv Board Mar.. 9, 1956. Phone 3566, home, Weekdays. LEE E. YOUNG Marie Orton. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY1 Mc-NES- YOU NAME IT 3731. Ford-Ferguso- The straps used by the A nierican Legion for carrying their flags and standards have been lost. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of these si raps is asked to contact Heber Gurr or any ether Legion member. WITH A CHECKUP AHO A CHECK ( I SECURITY TITLE CO. L Parowan Times !n Affiliated with CANCER j And ABSTRACTERS FIGHT nt maj-liii- an-th- GOODMAN If you want to keep drinking, thats your business. If you want to stop, thats our Iareells j f. DONNA REED fide ixsudaxce LICENSED - tyfle ($Pnnt x to (DrleaSe Diane Dalton, George Merkley EngagernentTolc! Mr. and Mrs. Meeks Dalton announce the engagement of their daughter; Diane, to George D. Merkley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Merkley of Vernal. Diane is a graduate of the Parowan High School., and is presently working as an instructor at the Modern Sewing Machine Shop in Provo. Mr. Merkley has attended the USAC and is now attending the Cenral Utah Vocational School in Provo. The couple plan to ge married some time this coming. faU. Mrs. Hulda Hulet spent Sunday afternoon in Salt Lake City where she presented Mrs. Luella A. Dalton at rites held in the University Ward Chapel, honoring the state mother of the year and the district mothers. At that time Mrs. Dalton received a trophy awarded to her by Gov. J. Bracken Lee.