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|Paper||Millard County Chronicle|
r a'.! MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta. Utah.' Thurs. Not. 1. 1956. A MESSAGE to the VOTERS of MILLARD COUNTY I (St Democratic Party o VOTE DEMOCRATIC STRAIGHT Paid Pol. Adv. by Gilbert Hafen 8 MILTON A. MELVILLE Makes Bid for District Office "It. -1 What Ike and his Top Farm Spoksman Really Think of Fanners Pres. Eisenhower was reported "a little vexed and somewhat irritated" irri-tated" over what he considered "unjustified appeals for Federal drought relief"-from areas he felt did not need it. 8j554 Agriculture Secretary Benson said (25j53) that price supports were merely to prevent what he called "undue disaster" for farmers. farm-ers. Apparently he thinks there is such a thing as a "due disaster" for farmers. ' Under Secretary of Agriculture True D. Morris said (424j53) it would be better if the marginal farmer got out of farming. Assistant Secretary Butz said, "Agriculture is now big business too many people are trying to stay in agriculture. (31555) Benson's assistant Don Paarlberg described the period of post war farm prosperity as "a dream world" which "no one expected would last."' 812155 USDA "Bankers' Outlook" Puts Farmers in Credit Squeeze The GOP has reversed the Democratic policy of providing plentiful, plenti-ful, low-cost credit which helped save many family farms. Results of the new GOP Policy: Farm interest payments have risen 44 per cent since 1952. Rates on price support loans were raised from 3-1 12 to 4 per cent. The Farmers Home Administration raised disaster loans from 3 to 5 per cent. (Note: The Democratic 84th Congress reversed this action.) Farmers Home Administration regular interest rates were raised from 4 to;4-l2 per cent, with the approval of the GOP 83rd Congress. My opponent is District Attorney Patrick H. Fenton of Cedar City, a very fine man and worthy opponent. Millard County has not had a District office for many years. I solicit your vote as a vote of confidence for a man from your own County. MILTON A. MELVILLE for District Attorney UTAH'S Mr. legislator SEEKS SUPPORT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE .,4. A. ; J, May I take this opportunity to urge everyone to I vote. Let's preserve this priceless heritage that V. f all of us enjoy in this great land. In humility and with a deep desire to serve " t I am seeking election as STATE REPRESENTA- f I TIVE on the Democratic Ticket. Carl H. Whatcoft (Paid Political Adv. by Carl IL Whatcott) Once in a generation a big man emerges for Mg job. The man is LON HOPKIN md the big job is tbi V. S. SENATE : ! ! Dean of (be Utah Senate ' 22 Years Distinguished Service , Twice Utah Senate President '. '. Vice President Utah Cattle Growers Association ::i - -1 Mis colleagues of both parties hottest to his remarkable legis lative record. ' i LON HOPKIN has followed a consistent course of moderation, avoiding extremes. ex-tremes. He stands for sound and sensible legislation os his 'ecord proves. ' He is not obligated to anyone ixcept the people of Utah and their interests. He Is a Utahn working for Utah, j ALONZO F. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE United States Senate ( Pii J Political Afivenitrroeut Hop kin Committee WE COULD GO ON MID OH SHOWING HOW IKE'S BROKEN PROMISES ARE BREAKING THE FARMER w FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ! - - y f I j -' 5 . I R WALLACE JEFFERY, Democratic candidate for County Coun-ty Commissioner, deserves a second term. -He has been FAIR to all sections of the county; ' is strictly HONEST in his work; does that which is BEST for the people, regardless of politics; and is above board on everything. FOR HONEST, EFFICIENT, FEARLESS, FAIR COUNTY GOVERNMENT. ELECT Wallace Jeffery County Commissioner Paid Political Advertisment by Democratic County Committee Your Candidate for 4-Year Commissioner HONEST EFFICIENT CAPABLE SINCERE Under GOP, BIG BUSINESS DOES FINE BUT SMALL BUSINESS LOSES OUT . Big Business vs. Small Business 1952-1955 : sU I THOMAS A. REEVE Size of Business BIGGEST BUSINESS (assets over $100 Million) BIG BUSINESS (assets over $1 Million) SMALLER BUSINESS (assets under 1 Million) SMALLEST BUSINESSES (assets under $250,000) Change In Profits UP 61 per cent UP 45 per cent DOWN 13 per cent DOWN 52 per cent WAKE-UP ! MILLARD COUNTY FARMERS AND BUSINESSMEN. VOTE DEMOCRATIC THE PARTY FOR YOU NOT JUST THE FEW WE SOLICIT YOUR SUPPORT FOR "TOM" REEVE AT THE COMING ELECTION NOV. 6TH. TO HAVE A NUMBER OF GOOD REASONS FOR SUPPORTING HIM: He is young and progressive. He has had business administration and executive execu-tive experience. He is well acquainted with the interests of the entire county. He was born in Hinckley, a son of Arthur and Mary C. Reeve. He attended both the BYU and USAC. He worked 12 years with the AAA and is particularly partic-ularly well acquainted with the agricultural problems of the County. In fact we know of no one more fully acquainted with each individual farm in Millard Co., and with farmers' problems than does Thomas Reeve. He understands and is active in many civic activities. act-ivities. Being a sportsman, athlete and Scout leader. HE HAS MANY. MANY FRIENDS AND HAS NEVER DISAPPOINTED A FRIEND. YOTE FOR "TOM" WITH CONFIDENCE Paid Political Advertisment by Leigh Maxfield, Delta. Utah. Homer U. Petersen. Delta. Utah, Mark S. Johnson. Holden, Utah. George E. Talbot. Hinckley, Utah. Glen Crawford, Delta, Utah.