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Up Ih rrporlpd to fpi-- sum what ImprovPd but will Ii.ip to roturn in a month l limp. Roy Adams is hark a brief tup to i Salt Lake City, DA. Mathrsiin ,uiomvi'i led hia Anion HoBelli of Hurrlrane, to Yoi ri I Nevada and li.uk ton, week end They Pi pi Nellie and the iliildteii who had asited Ijiere for a veil, with Tohe and Relit I.i iLh nn.) family Mm. I ion t ('llnton l.owde of Salt Lake Kitv usited with her folks in ted.Low i Kity and with the ers in Pa rowan after - I w.-n- j The Butcher, the Baker, the CandlestickMaler Mrs (huuneev Samhieri; tier homo m Hum eane Monday after vi it'i.i' f They Help Produce Copper for You The butcher doesnt operate a churn drill at Kcnnccotts Bingham Mine. The baker isnt a crusher operator at the Magna or Arthur mill. The candlestick maker isnt in charge of an electrolytic furnace at the refinery. Yet these, representative of hundreds of Utah businesses, help the 5500 members of the Utah Copper family, produce the copper that means so much to everyone in our State. Here is the picture for each member of the Utah Copper family, four additional Utahns are employed in our State, supplying Utah Copper and the individual members of the family with needed services and supplies. In other words, one job at Utah Copper makes four other jobs. It adds up to this there are 5500 members to a week the wil'i It IS Mrs Ma, eon v ho Roy dim--famil- Farm' m in of the Utah Copper family, plus 22,000 employed in other Utah industries furnishing them supplies and services. This makes a total of 27,500 Utahns who 13.71 of our States 200,000 families Ml k -- lo-t- i pioneer Utah enterprise. So you see the benefits brought to us by the continued success of Kennecotts operations result 5500 from the direct efforts of many people members of the Utah Copper family and 22,000 other Utahns representing nearly every activity and industry in our State. of people and jobs This is a major factor in Utahs progress and the - I ce well-bcing.- of I us all. .Milton Utah Copper Division Robl)u Mrs scheduled for surg.-tof the Salt Lake the near future Robb at w m . ii KENNECOTT COPPER CORPORATION 94 OOOD NEIGHBOR HELPING TO BUILD BETTER ' 1! hwoitli au.l li" hjye In rti tesl.lopr Salr Lake Cit.v haye mo ,i to Parowan to mike a home The rouple left then hno with grandparents. Mi un i Mrs Lortn Orton, wbRo tin, returned to the Capitol City f n their belongings They ai-- m u ing into om of the Diy Vna: tnent on 2nd East. Mr worth has been employed in many veins by the ft Hi Con htrurtinn Co. and expects eontinue with tin m in ?t I lan Prank ami Loreait M Ho'iii 'h of Provo vivsited past week yvitlt relattye- - a friends In Parowan Wh.'iwere gui'sl . ol Mr in Mrs. Alma Stubbs Roboi Mr. and Mrs. to Miller and family truyeb ' w ek Salt Lake Citv la- -t visit will) Porenee's peo'di Ci can trace their earnings directly to the successful mining, milling and refining operations of this inter-independen- i UTAH tho hospital where treated for asthma ing cared for at son-in-la- w :Mr, and Mrs tie-he- she ', It'll V , ui and dang.'ii Kent Mnh, i.