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|Alice Smith, Milford, Utah
|Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Utah Press Association BULK RATE 307 West 300 South, Suite 5005 ialt Lake City UT fV 84101-121- U.S. POSTAGE PAID 2 MILFORD, UT 84751 I PERMIT NO. 15 J r llHtH. Hl)n, 1995 -- MA-V-36, (I Ht.; MmlU U U? J 43 U 4! cllH VWCiHiti Tlil0 tWWj VOL. .la' ll NO. V 22 jl From the flag raising ceremony and Charis Carter's rendition of The National Anthem to the late evening dance at the Pavilion, the 4th Annual Milford Main Street Daze flowed safely and smoothly with something for everyone. Games, live entertainment from local talent, a kiddies carnival, craft booths, Hershey Track Meet, food, food, and more food, a GymKhana, all topped off" by a dance featuring Stampede, straight from Nashville. Small town celebrations just don't get any better than this - or do they? Well, the Milford Main Street Daze Association members certainly aren't leaning on their laurels. They are already planning for a bigger and better event next year. There were prizes and winners galore. Possibly the most enthusiastic were Debbie Rose, Deanna Sparling, and Tammy Fisher who teamed up for the "Treasure Hunt' to find the $100. bill. Special thanks to association members George and Carta Campeau, Walker and Cher Phelps, Tom McGinn, Richard and Becky Fassett, Mary Sower, Gloria McDermott, and Bill Easton for making this a great day. Alex Chans Carter crop insurance agent, the crop insurance acreage report must be submitted to that agent. If Acreage Reports Mere ta Farmers IU v wuam, More Next Year! Vitri 4 Ever farmers purchase the basic, were reminded today that their crop insurance and certain U.S. Department of Agriculture benefits are in jeopardy, if they fail to file their planted acreage reports on time. The reminder, from Beaver County Consolidated Farm Service Agency, said that crop insurance acreage must be signed by the insurance or a designated agent by the required deadline, which differs by crop and locality. Acreage reports for farm program purposes must still be filed at the CFSA however, office; crop insurance acreage reports must also be filed with the insurance If provider. insurance through a private catastrophic insurance coverage (CAT) through the CFSA office, they can sign their crop insurance acreage reports at the same time they report acreage for farm program purposes. The other major risk management program, termed the Corp Disaster Assistance Program (NAP), applies only to those crops for which insurance is not available. NAP provides a comparable level of benefits as that offered under CAT, but no premiums are charged. Planned acreage of crops must be time to the CFSA on reported office, or no NAP benefits will be paid, if a crop loss occurs. The CAT and NAP coverages replace the ad hoc Non-insur-ed , NAP-cover- ed crop disaster programs of past Unlike previous years. disaster programs, however, but require timely reports of planted acreage to receive benefits. Acreage reporting date for crop insurance and NAP in Beaver County is June 15, 1995. you may telephone Peggy Breinholt at (801)386-226- 7 for additional information about the program and any special activities. afternoon Friday "Story Hour" with Sherri Yardley, an all year program, will continue throughout the summer at the Milford Public Library. Call Kathleen Jones for more at 387-50- Wright be omitted (May if not properly noticed up ) Jeff Sagers, lease on gravel crusher; review of tax sale. At press time the agenda was still open. an office has Although already been secured for the future county planner, the subject was not yet listed. 39 information. Prcgras "Reading Railroad" is 1995 the theme of the Reading Program at the Minersville Public Library. Open to Children ages Preschool to 14, this three week program encourages and emphasizes the joys of reading. Children may being to register for the program in June; activities begin June 12. The Minersville Library is located at 40 West Main, and The Ccr.tyCcssir.jrs CceUztSfli Items already on the for appointments and agenda discussion include: Mark Nelson, 4-- H Horse Council; Sarah Hartman, Roads at the "Bean Patch"; Holmes, Superintendent Parking Lot; Craig Davis, add new building inspector and review zoning change; 2:00 P.M. Public Hearing on Road MilfordMinersville Public Sen ice issued an order Commission approving sale of the Eureka and Goshen exchanges by U S West Skyline on May 18th. Stipulations require U S West to office central perform inodemiaUon for boih exchanges and install fiber optic cable U S to West will rcJji price and make increase in it's uw pu.ch.Tie e a one-tim- depreciation expense account. Sale of Milford and exchanges is still pending, with decision expected Minersville any day .