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1AKOUAN TIME AH0VAN,ITNII. IttIV THE 1953 FEDERAL BUDGET Of J85.4 BILLION IS GREATER THAN VAIUII . 1955 font. (he until) on. Iiuo.lirj tlinnalil il.illat pui.l MAKING Ml HUNG lit. tn have hrrli Well p lit. It. who Mill never lellieile that fa HI ill u t of Otitl, . t I i All THE INCOMES OF All THE PEOPIE WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI I liim by In. al t (if (In .if the opinion ur lilt k of It I la HiiKsliIn I'milNtl IlTMI Hoot ItU.-l- i liarili anlthllg hut lly I. uella A Hatton pioneer fetorle. of Pioneer boy. lu Paruwan told by Morgan lib ined. J une J Adam and John lleudervon. at a Pioneer Dy when they Were old men. l- iVln-I'r.illo- he Hutu Me for the uitmher of w.ath.-- author-itleaeaaloli hires .1 1 30 p III .lltl T 30 pm, vho .III to V. I.tovd JehtiHon, I'real.lent of the corporation an. I he lltl e tluii s pei la peraoliu! Invitation will he etteiioed to .11 (arm Mini nici.haht Wild Mipporteil. flll.lli la ,V. the et. till e.ir ill. I drive fur fund with vvhhh to further rain making' pro I' I a III the fourteen lollhly area In Southern Itah utllhiaied h) the fill por Jitloll The tueciing w .11 r . iieiie If veil are one of those mho null douht the feasibility of ton. troll. hr weather you will have (hampion defending your point of vie when the Murili lu meet roll .round The tnlted State Weather Bureau haa promised to aetid Home of It e.perta dir-- c From WiiiihlriKtou, II To Itlihfleld. pohly sparking open ih. late mi the snhjnt of the Niiiaes of "rainmaking Ttie program will have oilier speaker in the rat, Home of whom tuay wlh to Mini a re !! or two. )r. J Writ Hale. Itire. tor of the Si hoot of . he ill-- i Mi tcornlogy at the I'nlvervliY of IT.It la one of thetil r . It itsso. "Si lenliflc hvelopment in Weather Modlftratlon." II. Walker, Dire, tor of the experiment Station of the r.S.A .C "Sucres, of Cloud Seeding tn ol 1. oki ii la another a he Southern I'tah " This collection of apeakera will repreaent varvln; dew. on weather control and their opinion, will tie Interesting to hear. General enna of the annual meeting will he prmei ded hv a which time member, of roar. I of Idreitor meeting at It) the Hoard will hear Ir. Krhk'a offh lut report on the past year' . 1 disru., J .1 me J Adana aava - Moat eveivona went barefooted, miiiiiii r and winter, .u wete mighty Imky If you had a air of Inn Ukin mo cnslns The young men. would wrap their feet lu a piem .1 rutin s.n k or i anv a and wade Ihrough the .now to the dale Nlanv a time a young awaln would atop and pull out a slivr, then go on with the dance I got in v first pair of ahoea. when I wa It yer old from old man Putt for f la ou So ll'a no wumler the' were our tnoel prize. I When the parow.n Pulled Mercantile and M'liufiM possession uting listiniin.il (P.P..M.I.I ataried up In 1 h C 9. they madn flu boot and .tine from borne tanned leather, that really wore. Morgan lllilmrd Jr. a - About IMS William Davenport and drov our ox teams up the canyon fora load f wood Wwi topped i lose to the Plve Mile, Wlllium had Jut bought him a pair of bran new Puml boot, that be wa very proud f. After unlilt.hlng hi oxen. In. at down under a tree and took off hi ho..t and oilt and carefully placed them at the base of a big cedar tree. Then tie went up Ihe hill, rhopped and snaked hi wood down to li a wagon After loading hi wood he aat down and put mi tilt pret loti hoot, yoked hi oxen, then climbing on to til wjkoh lie drove down the canyon. S Joint Henderson listened with Interest to the shoe glory then nald-- I you one better Once William C. McGregor and I drove mir ng teMui up over ihe llogshark after a load of wood. I wa Economy operailon. wearing a fine new pair or huikskln hreeihta. My oxen nude good .11 money If you are Interested In the weather you won't want to mis thu lime and I wa already to start up the hill, to chop my wood down c a typhal Lliieotn-Douglawhen It art ed to rain I knew If my breeehea got wet they would partne.j meet Imk It could well develop Into and It may have mu.li hearing on the future of weather con- ho ruined, so I doffed my breeches, carefully folded them up and .11 penou talked a lut about hut. until trol In the world where we have them in a hollow tree that had beenalrutk with llgliiening MiuruippL i ow. haven't done. then I proceeded on up the hill and rhopped in jr wood in my hhkory shirt made from home spun cotton. Then I nak d mr wood down the hill and loaded my wagon The rain wa.i near'y over, so I donned my breeihes and drove home. im.nl National ClamUi'i Government Income. of .11 people incluJe ftMmiabwed on figure from th Since laterf Commerce wage. wlafin. Inteie. rent. .ikI dividend. Income .t 15 per iMwTrslkUe foe the mtp were for A950, the Cl.an.bet estimated total would equal tl.e Income of Preodeut the budget under 1953 .pending 195a Tot! to Wucou,m .nd .U the Income, in of the rfSto p- i- THIS ITAtTUNG PICTURH tU retuh ol U.S. Department tudy by U of Commerce, mi IIMMpvl MW taw ran go n pl.-ne- Morgan HUharda aald - I thought 1 wa pretty smart when I pul on nty firsi puir of buikskiu pant and wont up the canyon to work mi uiule Natie Saw Mill. Hut when It started to tain my. pant began to el retch longer and longer. So I cult off a little hero and a little there, then a little more and more, a they continued to lengthen. 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