Under the Capitol Dome BV HARRY MARLOWE An income tax reduction fur everyone in the state will come out ok Uie Thirtieth Utah Legislature. Legis-lature. It will not be the reduction reduc-tion Gov. j. Bracke t Lee requested ol his Republican party majority in the two houses, however. - The governor asked that individual indi-vidual exemptions be raised to $700 each, and hesasked that the cut be made retroactive. His GOP lawmakers went along on the idea at making any cut apply to 1952 income, but feared a reduction the size asked by the chief executive would bring on more property tax for schools. With this in mind, they accepted a Utah Legislative Council recom mendation to make the exemptions $G00. across the board in place of the present $600 for single persons, per-sons, $1200 for married coupdes, and $300 for dependents. That much of a cut will mean a reduction reduc-tion of about $1,500,000 per year in income tax revenues. . ' On the surface it appears only the family man gets a break from the action. Republicans insist, to the contrary, that everyone will pay less. They base this on a new short form, which the governor presented through the State Tax Commission. This short form adopts the federal fed-eral income tax law by referecne, thus accepting its equitable features, fea-tures, such as alliances for medical med-ical expenditures and the like. It also provides for the tax payer to W L isi v J Cf! How to performance You'll always get smooth, even performance from your car and have more enjoyable driving if you , use Chevron Supreme Gasoline. That's because it J '"'delivers a correct balance of all 8 high-performance qualities needed to get the most from engines quick starting, fast warm-up, smooth acceleration, economy mileage, full power, vapor-lock prevention, preven-tion, anti-knock, and area blending. You can always get Chevron Supreme Gasoline at home or wherever you drive in the West. So m V jJ Kee" yur tanKa nuea ana ' j ve you P performance For more Information about Standard Oil Company of California products, tall your local Standard man G L. H. (SPEED) RIDING , PHONE 551 DELTA. UTAH DX:(uSiYoi:Vi'.:mii flfhen rf ' v. Sat GIENMOUE "Jit Sfitd e OlJ. ICentuchj STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86 PROOF figure his income tax on a post card size form in a most convenient conven-ient manner. mac lie lists his gross income. Then he deducts eiUier ten per .u lot contributions, etc., or lists the total deductions he snous ou his iederal return, whichever is greater, "then liom the remainder lie subtracts the federal income tax paid. What is left is his tax-"Ole tax-"Ole net income. ' With the tax matter virtually jut ot tne way this third week, and the governor's budget, pared to conform with tax reductions, in the hands of the appropriations committee, the two houses left fund matters alone for the time being. They dug into a huge backlog back-log oi measures which through the end of the second week had totaled total-ed 200, including 184 bills and 16 resolutions and memorials. Several proposed , constitutional amendments were drawing considerable consid-erable attention. Most ireworks revolved around a proposition to limit taxation on all tangible property pro-perty to 1 per cent of market value val-ue for all government purposes. Opposition came from city and county governments, while just as strong lor the bill were real estate interests. Surprising strength was found in a proposal to amend the constitution con-stitution to provide for one senator sen-ator from each county. Just half the 60-member House sponsored a measure that would put the proposition prop-osition before the electorate in 1954. To bring about such a vote LXiM Jw-KMwfcwi -AfrlvvXv; get top from your car let cnevron supreme every mile you drive. a drink speaks for itself what should 'IV. v':' S&fc'V im i would require passage of the resolution res-olution by a two-thud majority in both houses. '1 he cry for higher salaries for state, city and county officials whose salaries are set by law continued con-tinued to grow. As a result, the two houses set up a joint committee commit-tee of three members from each body to study the problem and to recommend an equitable and fair salary adjustment all along the line. Another set of bills certain to get some attention involves an attempt of the Utah State Press Association to provide a closer con tact between local government and the people. The bills wouid require publication of meeting procedures of county commissions and of third class city and town governments. To provide relief In rising costs of printing, one other measure would raise the rate on publication of legal notices from a maximum of ten cents per line to a legal rate of 15 cents per line in all cities and towns of 25,000 and under. -Oak City Mae H. Shipley A the Sunday evening services visiting home missionaries gave the program. They were High Coun cilmen Evan Gardner and John Allstrom of Delta as speakers, that were very interesting and instructive. instruc-tive. A trio, Misses Holman, Calli-ster Calli-ster and Skidmore, sang two numbers, num-bers, accompanied by Afton Roper of Oak City. We will welcome a program from these people again. Following Sacrament services a Fireside Chat was held at the home of Margene Anderson. Elder Merton Lovell showed pictures of his mission activities. Refreshments Refresh-ments were served to about 32 young people who enjoyed this meeting. Misses Maurine and Colleen Anderson An-derson and a girl friend, also Va-netta Va-netta Jacobson spent the weekend home from Salt Lake City where they are employed. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moulton from Heber City visited their mother, Mrs. Florence Jones, and her sister, Mrs. Adele Anderson Sunday. Mrs. Lydia Finlinson is visitnlg at Cedar City with her daughters Clara and Isabell and families. At the Special Interest group Grant Christensen showed pictures of Korea and his activities at the front. It was very interesting, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Nielson and little son, Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson and children visited vis-ited at Beaver Saturday and Sunday. Sun-day. Mrs. Twiss Nielson is visiting her daughter, Cleo, and family at Richfield. Rich-field. Mrs. Eliza A3)?rson and son, Marlow, were Salt Lake visitors last week. , Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Coleman vis ited her mother, Mrs. Caddie Anderson An-derson Sunday. Harold Anderson went to Salt Lake City Tuesday on business. Mrs. Junius Anderson returned to her home Sunday .with her little lit-tle new daughter, born at Delta hospital last week. All reported doing nicely, even father Junius. o it say? WW Glentnore III HWtlt STItlCKT oimoi It should tell you immediately that it has good whiskey in it. It should say to your friends that you as a host serve only the finest whiskey. A drink an only be as good as the whiskey you put ink, so pour rich, flavorful Glenmore the famous Kentucky straight whiskey that has had a reputation for unmatched un-matched uniformity for over three generations. Glenmore Distilleries Gompany.Louisvilley. Hincklev IVevs , MARGENE HILTON Visitors at the home of Mr. an t Mrs. Duane Gaiii this weekend were Mrs. A. D. Galli and Alex Doutre. ' - Nels Petersen is visiting here this week with friends and relatives, rela-tives, and attending to business matters. Mrs. Betlie C. Hilton and children. child-ren. John, Richard and Boyd, are visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hilton . and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hilton. Harold Holdway, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Adam L. Ekins, visited vis-ited their home this last weekend. Marlene E. Bliss is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ekins this week. She is attending BYU as a special student. Dale Bliss came down, too, but he has gone back to school. College students home this week were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bliss, Duane Du-ane Stewart, Ronnie Nelson, Daryl Cropper and Mae Jean Petersen. Rook Club was held last week at the home of Mrs. Nina Mech-am. Mech-am. Those present were Mrs. May Cropper, Mrs. Bertha Love, Mrs. Ruth Talbot, Mrs. Angie Pratt, Mrs Belva Morris, Mrs.' Lois Wilson, Mrs. Thora Petersen, Mrs. Helen Shurtliff, Mrs. Manon Robison, Mrs Ruth Robinson, Mrs. Vie Robinson, Mrs. Verna Anderson, Mrs. Arvilla Swensen, Mrs. Dolpha Bishop, Mrs. Beryl Hardy. Guests were Mrs. Er-ma Er-ma Cropper, Mrs. Roma Ekins, Mrs. Melba Nelson, Mrs. Dana Bishop and Mrs. Ivy Allred. First prize was won by Mrs. Helen Shurtliff, second by Mrs. Bertha Love. Low prize was won by Mrs. Beryl Hardy. Guest prize was won by MrJlvy Allred. A lovely lunch was served and a very enjoyable evening was spent by all present. Maughan Bishop and fiancee visited vis-ited this weekend with Mr. "and Mrs. Dean Talbot and family. Mrs. Ed Humphries and Max Humphries have gone to California to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Cropper and Mr. and Mrs. Dana Bishop went to see the BYU- Wyoming game last Friday night at Provo. Perry Taylor, Sheldon Christensen and Lyle Stanworth were in Provo overlhe weekend. Roy P. Hilton made a business trip to Dugway Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Bishop and family made a trip to Salt Lake City last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurst visited in Payson over the weekend with his parents. They went up primarily primar-ily to see Mr. Hurst's father before he goes into the mission home and to attend his farewell. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spencer were in Salt Lake City this weekend week-end to get a new car. Mr. and Mrs. Eyron Carter were visiting here at their home this weekend. They are living at Tooele, Too-ele, where he is employed. Jolene Torrens was a visitor at tCofitirnalton of ttondord owpmtnr end trim Wvitrafrd i dpndnf on ovotioktltty 0 motvioi.i p T r "7a n i t t f-' f i iV-? i I i f i H MOPE CHEVROLET THAN ANY Sunset Chevrolet Company II. II. S. News MARGENE HII.TCN Hinckley played host to Milford Unit week in basketball league play. The final score was 5(i to 30 in favor of Hinckley. At the half . time a Pep Club stunt was presented by the Hinckley Hinck-ley high school club. The members all wore their new outfits which greatly added to the stunt. The pep stunt was centered around sportsmanship and very clever words were made up to the tune of "Little Glow Worm." The girls wer: seated around in a big circle and the scene was changed to the "Gay Nineties" and a Charleston Charles-ton dnnce was done by Marilyn Murray and Margene Hilton. They were dressed in "honest -to-good-ness" Charleston dresses. It was the general opinion of all those watching that it was a very cute pep stunt and it was thoroughly thor-oughly enjoyed by all. The outfits helped make the club snappy and peppy. ' A victory social was held Tuesday Tues-day and the studentbody danced to records. The Senior class made a trip to Salt Lake City to see Mrs. Benny Ben-ny chena. Class members that went were: Dale Carling, Cloyd Theobald, Lyla Rae Talbot, Dor-they Dor-they Morris, Raymond Robinson, Verlene Stevens, Merlin Theobald, Kathryn Ekins, Keith Terry, Shirley Shir-ley Davis, Helen Black, Betty Me-cham, Me-cham, Mina Davis, LoRaine Peter- the home of Paula Workman this weekend. Mrs. Louise Carling and son are staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Bishop while Robert Carling is undergoing an operation in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Workman were in Salt Lake City last week from Wednesday until Saturday. A family get together was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Talbot last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Dee Bennett and family of Salt Lake City were here, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Warner from Deseret and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Franklin of Abraham were present. Last Sunday morning a group of happy, helpful girls Joined the Budget Committee at the church h(se and went to homes in the ward asking for contributions for the budget. This system has helped help-ed greatly in the collection. This money goes to the bishopric and committee members wish to express ex-press their appreciation to the girls who helped. The Sacrament meeting was giv en by the bishopric last Sunday and was very nice. Alter meeting a Fireside Chat was held at the church house and was given by Ralph Erickson. He showed slides and talked about Korea. Everyone enjoyed this chat and found out a lot about "this Korea we've been hearing about." Nice refreshments were served. n TRUCKS IN USE OTHER MAKE! if HI 1 n to V. f Former JOHN DEERE Building, Delta. Utah Leo Theobald, son of Mr. andi Mrs. Alton Theobald, of Hinckley, landed in San Francisco Jan. 10, ' alter serving in Korea and Japan; two yoars with the U. S. Army, j He returned to his home at Hinckley Hinck-ley during the past week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Bennion went to Sait Lake City Tuesday, and Mr. Bennion enters the hospital hospi-tal Thursday to have a cataract removed irum his left eve. sen, Lois Stoneking, Bob Judd, Floyd Dutson,' Mario Morris, Gordon Gor-don Dewsnup, Lewis Tullis, and Neal Larson. Advisors were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stringham and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Theobald. They all thought is seemed won-deual won-deual to see Mrs. Schena again. She had been the Senior class advisor ad-visor since 8th grade and they grew to love her dearly, as we all did. ' Lots of fun was had by all who went. " " " 1 .1.1 I A -1 "Basic . . . that's the word Utah's mining industry. And because it's basic, it has produced benefits for everyone in our state. Those benefits can be lost if costs of supplies, sup-plies, labor and taxes rise; metal prices drop; profits disappear. Ifs happening now) We're all facing the loss of benefits from a basic industry." fop18- g3BMasB- From where That raffle for our Volunteer Fire Department wnt over fine. We're going to have money to get a new engine and then some. Our local merchants really donated some wonderful prizes. Like Buzz Ellis, the radio-TV dealer, giving that big television set . . . and the Superior Motors putting up a brand-new car. There was a humorous note, too. The prize of a year's supply of coal donated by Baker Coal Yard was won by Mi s. Thayer, whose husband is the bitfircst fuel-oil fuel-oil dealer in the county What did Copyright, im'A k irLkrz -Je y u & m u X:z engine power! staying power! braking power! economy! MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah. Thurs Jan. 29. 1953 Illaek Ruck MRS. MERRILL MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller returned re-turned from Salt Lake City where they have been for a number of days. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Burke were in Richfield on business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" AUsop, and son, Kent of Bingham Cayon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Swain and party of Monroe, Utah stopped for a few-minutes at the home at Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Burke. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lyman and Mrs. Margaret Willis visited in Oak City with relatives and friends. Vo to describe eivr -g-a..ag.-s;..a- I sit ... 6y Joe Marsh o Surprise Ending! Mri. Thayer do with the n She gave it to a church she's nut even a member of. ( Her Church uses her husband's fuel oil.) From where I ait, that's real generosity. But then, Mrs. Thayer never did believe in dividing people into groups. She's "for" everybody whatever church they go to, whether they like TV or radio, people who enjoy temperate tem-perate beer, people who don't A really warm-hearted person. 1953, United States Brewers Foum c v ; 108-b.p. Loadmastcr engine -standard on 3000 and 6U0O Series heavy-duty and forward-control models, optional op-tional on 4000 Series heavy-duty heavy-duty trucks. Heavier, stronger, more durable dur-able frames increase rigidity, rigid-ity, add to ruggedness and stamina of 1951 Chevrolet trucks. Trucks up to 4000 Series heavy-duty models have "Torque-Action" brakes. Series Se-ries 4000 and above use "Torque-Action" brakes in front, "Twin-Action" in rear. New stamina plus extra gasoline gaso-line economy in heavy-duty models with Loadm aster en-g.ne, en-g.ne, reduces hauling costs per ton-mile.