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iU t? 0, 7, iubllMied CHATTER Ol.l'MNK i The Purowau Timi'a ha ubout the best cir. ulatk n per capita of any paper tu th Slate of Fish and we really appreciate the times PAROWAN sideline' i TIIIKTV SIX Uccf.-f- lor u .lRu . I hr Intrrrxi I', VMS Munford Guilty Of William Llu arils Involuntary Seriously In lured .llauslaughter In IP I' furoirou Of Ml(. Ml I li .1ml Vieitiifu ... '.,j N I'M For Kit 11 M',t; I Rams Make Good Showing At State Tournament Far Wreek j Thti-After deliberating for m ttu Paiagonih u.i, splendid support given it by lo - involved in a serious elghl-uiaan WedJury 'hour, .,,! wt. , nil. a, well as former resident at It). 30 p m. tuund 'on Satuidat oteniug and a nesday of thin area. 'e do have a probTil. guilty of ot the a ult the ottuei Munford, lem of finding time to take care 'involuntary manslaughter. Air. William tlttlliei Kdtt at d .m for Sarah services Funeral of all details of mailing stateA. ScImmiI Tu it. ., i . were held Munford had been tried in the Air, Mine K.U.ti.L ment em h mouth and have Jane Page Ktaus. 74. . on m a Court th.leal Flf.h here Judical Ii.m .oudnion In 18 March the failed to notifv unite a number .Wednesday. at ,h Southern t'tah charge of voluntary uiuuslaught- - Hospital. of our subscriber that their Iom.I.- I The men oith with th? er aridug from the death of We Mortuaiy in t'edur City tubMcripiinn lias run out .. i Hial who 54. on and Black, si IV.iiii Hurricane, Highway of the if Hit appeal Keverand William Burton were wondering It Hi .'ill I ...i I. m s . a. n. a.; a !. t ed.u in a Cedar City hospital li mile (i.uv H.imoil. died north ol Cm In church charge. Piesbyterlan through tliia column would ser- Lsololq u H '.i :i re-stmts l.ehi "I k.-1852. d 14. il.i p The .'.it car ..id onn went i.j out .d when jmn the Tl Jury' wit llalph llafeu. Ac- - Sept. al-- o ve a, a mean tu have everyone . 2 h l i - u i" i lie men-- ! on Webster, til 11 a hall si carried al recoin and tolled in port the lc m." 'lunU.t. UmmI 1,rrtt-echeck their records as to w he,j,-- , i , t o id a n I age 1,. i iin i. I dailou for lenJency. several limes, tic upatit, of tl, t if owe or and not. they it, I. .. . tl h lo II . Inin u I s .. , . . Jt.l .jU hearers were Arthur 'ol M .1 Mr. car in addition to Edward, A had deter'Oroiiir do. would they please help Jury a' d ..I .1 " ... .. mill' let the Hied It. Ills a. 1..' al), Alm;t Kvnns, Hubert Evans. were Belt Uol.e. driver of the I.e mil Mr- dfuth tm rat. h up a few of our press- ,hat j mlu,'d i I !. . ta 4 and Clark .s. , Fred Then dfs .it' :.! Jllln simklns Moll, 1. 1) and Itougl.i-.re4ulted frora bvln automobile Ing debts, which we have a- .- Conrad Clark. . w el e nut ' I 1, ill o O 'I lie lie) .that .1 II enport. Mr. Hold) escaped with regu- q ulred by not collecting IntVrmen, watt in the Parowan bwn htru,k n ,h r1ht ld' f a few hrnisis. Mr I 'a row w ' i u lii itavimpoii hi a head with pitchfork. Mr. was larly on our sttbsi ription. We (.jy cemetery, Ilk.' il in'f the gap I' i"k over nlglit lei. hospitalize Munford allegedly had Inflicted realize that these pressing tnm( r a lie t e.I.I )' ..! h. a I was released on Sunday after in was Mrs. Salt Evans bom .he wound during an altercation our on he hard as yon, might l in .1 ah 'I niis Mu D'.uaid for minor treatment 'p.' injuries. I .ake City, 1878 a daughter of ut the Jamca B. Sherratt farm t f ll II a. k lif I lie hey ll I.e a Jld were Daniel and l.iza Jane Marsdeu where he and Black Mr. Kdwrds, however, sustain ) id 'j.itlli III ll .11 a'ei til'. Ill Page, she was the widow of the threshing grain. w li mule. Ill, ll jed severe head injuries which III slipped late Veltis F. Evan. She wa Jurors who returned the in-- 1 Included fractures of the Jaw me I' I' lie SI ill play mg and the mother of seven daughter, voluntary manslaughter decision j bones, injuries to tlo . vos and Ml 4 for the piiin.-.'' Alma a probable skull nurture Mr Mitchell live of whom survive her, they were San ler-klnareMrs. Garfield Clark, Cedar Knight. Milo Corry. Ralph SPIIIM.V 'll. I.E I. ami: alo suffered from shm k and i' and still In a rrliirtl condition. I! Leeter 8. Heyborne CJ.v; Mrs. Waldo K. Siegfus. .il Expel iem e and youth) Cedar City; has received transfusions and jSan Francisco Calif.; Mrs. Hex Lawrence Bess. - I ill lulled to well1anA fin keep per week. $2.50 won't catch Ja, nMl North Hollywood Calif.; Joseph E. Idster, Paragons! and was chixlule.l for X Hays on ill tin- limning tor the ..m-.all of our hills hut this amount Mrs. Janies M. Kennedy, Bur-han- Ivan Dailey, Summit. Wednesday morning. Members him three to two .alum . h a lit d o it s It j . w lie i multiplied by California and Mrs. Mor The case got under way of the family and a special nigh dd kli.H'ked over lie third dred would help us out of the H naMnl,s,. Also day after selection of the Juror. nurse have been in i onsl.iiit f I n t m'IiooI ni i.i nm.',4 I'm! 111 'll' the red. stale leant iirvlv ing are nine grandchildren The State was represented by attendance nt 111 bedside .i The Victim was S. It.gv tile mutiny I's, Its Hosa nil one sister, Page Patrick H. Kenton, District At- : s an ion llllil'alile the victor wcie bd by vetand Durham Morris, Dwight. Santa Rosa Calif. torney, and li.i k pave 'nil fill 'll .1 .lidm lieiis.in and Alel erans Iron County Attorney. Attorney I Airs. Evans lived In Ctuh all a Ailt. Ireshlimu r.med hell and David Anderson of the firm of ow au School The her life and her parents were Pat libs. Ileimnn. w'i.i led High Sin Donald Continued on back page would like to take this means , scorers with I count.",, was among the first to come to Par-- , IVanthi! ot owan. Her father was the first a doubt the wotk- appro, iat ion to! without xpi esNiiig mdn idiials and groups whose lion., ot the game us he k"d Judge in this community. He On Tlilli made it rebound after rebound of! the wholehearted n!o had the first Post Office upport Remember April 1st. Is the and hotel. Mrs. Evans as a girl possible for us to he host to hoards in addition to his points, Tim Southern I'tah Dairy j, She the final date to send in your names lie!ed In the Post Office Region Six hakethall play-- , Mel Mil. hell broke i he back, Man proud to aiitioiiiice that i Iii'ir off this year. This was a major of the Springville team hv for Parowan's Saddle Club. Mail was musically inclined and her Para-Dal- e Milk won a high for our school, and ing in t; fast digits during the to t lie Times, talent was shown In her ability All's. AugiPt.i Adallls of this your suggestion award in rompciaUvc judging w it it our limited went an the ing capacity Hid. iiiar!er to give the P. ims a minin'. you may be th winner of th to play the organ and the guitar. City engagement with all other maiket milk in Her passing cornea as a nat-- j to plan for the name almost " and impossible of "!,s $10.00 offered advantage at t In jnatk. her appioachitig was received here this the state at the annual Dairy Word iiiamage life. a jural close to a long-usefselected. week by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Short Course recently held at the laughier. Joan, to Lynn Hansen. louriinient which would meet .Then there was Donald Mubb Stewart ot Spanish Pork Th the financial guarantee w hi It who is only a rrtshm.in P!:i jCilger that thj?ir son, Darwin! State Agricultural College i on de are Thanks to the! ing in about half the "am.. i ptann ng an Api ll wedhad recently been made assistant !lagan. Inw itli a Stubbs splashed in 11 min's .un, Para-Dalto held ding i,,u milk C. the of received the J. Ppnny manager Don:n .Mi Iaiow.m and Mr,. Orla played a magnifi. store in St. George. Darwin has Cold Certificate whii h tBstig- nte. i Sl. ga of Spin-dare Fork iarw.iri been with the Penny Company nates the highest degree of In the first qu u ter m il lo r r pei li ve III ill.' he I'llbs i since hi graduation from the cellence that the School can team set the fieldhonse nn g! Illllll Parowan High School about five stow on any market milk, their ball .laving John .Miss a Adams of graduate years ago. He first entered their, All samples were, picked up by Denson (aimed Parowans initial Si Wool and b'lul tlx the Iaiowau saui-theIligli in a cf Store the Milford state the surprise trip employ basket with a minute and ' was tranaferred to Union, tarians prohibiting anv tendency al tended I, Y I' at Provo She " bovs, The matter of widening High- - file at the present time in either 111 onds left ill the period. in nsini lenidcs or the Xevada. where he remained until for dories to fix up a especially way !il through Parowan's Alain the State Hoad office addiul shot another and. lie pivot is where in for the the which! recent good sample occasion. advancement, treet will be once again invest-- ' District Road engineer, Diem to the Beaver High together with assort d li".-Ias""n to ihe Slai.-Stewart returned j would the Highway igated by representatives of the I111"! u the conclusion of the throws, the Hams only Tailed fall after foi nvo, r Hoad Commission Parowan . I'tah State a member ()f tournament vears in Kotea going into the 2nd quarter. a, oft-! The Mayor reviewed this within the near future, it was 4 We wish to express apprecia- - Parowan wenl ahead. 2, mi A il illciy Ita I 11 el h the Field it after E. revealed Ray misinterpreted problem by Mayor lion to the Parowan Times for .hot hv ,M"1 Mitchell from He it m lalion I. his studies a previous meet'Lyman Wednesday. Mayor Ly- had arisen at he splendid ;. hard of of hack the and coverage liYI' al he where this, i, .imenllv man. was invited guest speaker ing of the ladies club. He told and all other school activ- - drive under the bask'd by Tom studying television . iem e. at a meeting of the Parowan them Wednesday that the ParoContinued on page two Continuel on Pago Three in The couple visited hist w.ek-- ' Literary Club held at the home wan City Council has kept li i in Parowan of Mr. and Air. Jess Guynton. constant touch with the Bureau wilh the brnle- elerl's mother ;itld sj.t,.'s But Mayor Lyman emphatically of Roads and the State Road stated that there is no plan on Commission and has done all AN EASTER CANTATA that is humanly , possible to assure the Highways eonUouing About through town. e m-- u I Lose To Lehi & Cyprus -- t of ('. IVlo H.isUrihall . - - w.-t- Defeat Strong Springville -- i . ; I 1 ' l . . I . r v i Ev-the- y I !! ' . I . I i i Mu' i I - 1 I v , IT . . I i , . IV v . i : i I I 1 ' I I . .1 111 I i I I 1 I I l.-- I i j i s, . - I Tuee-Parowa- I -- - - Anril si. Final llalo For Former Parowan ' Local Hairy Heceives Fold Joan Adams Award Lugagruiciit ! Announced Advances In . ' Merchandising j .'15-2- S ul Mayor Lyman Airs Main Street Highway Problems - r.-- i .- . . i j . fin-wit- i n m-- . H- by-p- . l CHRIST VICTORIOUS , Presented By Third Ward Choir Home Nursing lie aid that the Commission has refused to date to have the street widened because of more pressing needs for road construction in other areas. He also said that the Commission prefers the street as it is and the parallel parking system now in effect on Main Street the to widening street and adopting angular parking of cars. They insist that traffic hazards are much less with this type of parking. Course Started Friday An extensive program in Red Cross Home Nursing began in Iron County Friday when Mrs. Francisco! Marlin of the San Field Office ot the National Red Cross, launched a course to train instructors. The program was arranged by the local Red Cross Nursing unit whose committee included Mrs. Edna S. Hatch, Mrs. Nellie Bentley, Parowan, and Mrs. Orilla Lister, Paragonah. The classes will he conducted in the Home Economics department of the Parc wan high school. It is expected that from 8 to 12 ladies will receive the instructors course from Mrs. Martin and receive proper cert- iflcatlon to permit their contin- uance in presenting the course to laymen and school seniors of Mrs. Martin the communities. will remain in Parowan to super-- j vise the first of fliese courses 14 hours which will include The Mayor stated further, however, that the City officials are still seeking the assistance of the State in widening the Main street by moving the curbs in eight feet on each side. By they would hope to be able to use 30 degree parking on at least two blocks in the main business area of the town, He assured the group at the that the meeting Wednesday Road Commtesion has agreed to meet with the citizens of the community and go over the matter before such a thing as by- passing the town with the high-- , way is ever considered. He informed the audience that ilh, flty is now negotiating for training. Eligible for the instructors purchase of property which will permit decreasing of the curve at the South entrance of town and which has presented one of red teachers. Those who have the greatest traffic hazards on registered for this course to. the Highway through town to. date. Continued cm back page I g, j , key-hol- John V. Benson Makes All - State In Basketball Notes Our Service Wen Mnreh 29, 1953 DESERT RUCK V - Sgi Kill l'ei many years of ups and player van in the touruameni " Orton Jr., son ol Air and Mi i downs n the Basket Ball world,1 .John V. is a lanky six Ellis Orton of Iamwan. wa- - one Parowan was at last accorded three in. lies and a Senior nt tlx-rof ihe ie.ally assigned Army 'oginixm by the rest of the Parowau s. bool where he hits .SPECIAL PER FORM E RH men "ho partn ipated ( Man h Slate ai the recent Class B played hull for ihe past inui 17 and the Atomic I l.gh Si hold E. Ray Lyman 24) in W. Clair Rowley onnKinient In:.vears. (I. i, the youngest mm Mary Topham t Maneuvers al Camp Rock . Pro o. F the first time in 21 uf Phil and Clara Benson and Berta Rowley Roe Elisa Gurr Jeanine Jone t1 Nevada local school succeeded 'a xipnlir tnemh.-Ruth Lyman the student Bertrude Mitchell Howard Ward .yeats He nr, ll led loiw.nd fox- - in winn - a tournaimnt berth. bmh Berta Burton Jackie Ward J. Harold Mitchell llide during tin aloim, Amliir i.- nson :nd In, team Cora Ward blasts Karl O. Mitchell For I'm in Claude Orton time in is hist-- j .. ew an and ill! tne.l la t aft. he blast nry High S( bool males wetii into the tom nanieni ha rged for w a rd I n skirmish won an All Slate position for cm indy in. heralded Inn came Della Gurr Reader Conductor Ivan Decker to moji an enon" one of is players. John V. Ben- - home p" baps ihe most populai-bimaginary Uieorel (rally weakened of the the Ison, ap T titled "Kingpin" for lmopsti-- r Provo meet. Accompanists Mary Lyman and Deon Robinson lmmh blasts the Pat ,v an Rains was chosen Sportscisters and news coitiExercise Desen Re, h was a on the nil .iia'e icain by both the men tat i"s alike, were vehement m battalion combat team Deseret N. ws Telegram and the in their nraise of the brilliant sequel M O G H A exercises (undiluted by ihe Aimv Sail Luke Tribune. And vv hit h playing ot the Rams who ,ame ne.lr and yet so f.n- Tom choir iim H" Atomic Encigy rornm.- - - though to be the first-tim- e Rejoice and be Glad Bass Solo S!,m at tlx desert s.ic hist spring. in ihe history of tile State, .Twinning a tup spot, Ride On In Majesty a key part of Hie Ainu's Coach Twist Jones and John Go To Dark Gethsemame Choir & Tenor & Alto Solo lhl player Horn a team which failed V. will ratto in attend a banquet m & first the program Tenor Solo The Hour Is At Hand Choir training eight place a memlx"13 at is Provo Orion on was chosen win,.. the o.i Sergeant April mgs. There I A Green Hill Far Away Quartet, tittle the hampion Union tem Bass Solo, Male Chorus & Choir 1,1 the sixth Vmy operation'll squad. it. Rock when lx The Glory of the. Cros Alto Solo 'l:'ff for Thought by many to have been the five men selected as :ti! with then oilier fiom the of the How Calm and Beautiful The Morn players, Tenor along Bass Duet al player lb Choir lail over the co, miry who come whole tun i nament. John V. won W'ill he feted by the joybell of Eaater De-eto the Club. for and this of p Quarterback Mojave Choir and Quintet Hear The Story (he am'auu layers spedMelvin Mitchell. I. now m arors aik for his excellent type This is the Day Choir 'il"'ial onih.i training. A lbtT graduate of Parowan He not only great of ball p aying. artist, was ai- Male Chorus, Sing; a Hymn of Gladnesa was cmploye-chalked up a total of 53 points given ecc.gtution nt the st.it" Wotnen's Chorus, Choir .High S, bool, :l farmer before entering the in the two and three quarters meet. reeiving honorable nx u He Live Again" Reading;'1' games which he played, but he H'on by 'he experts My Redeemer Lives Soprano SololArmv in October 1M4V It is understood that sevu Lift Your Glad Voices Duet Sgt. Orion has spent se,.,r,l proved !" lx a great rehound Choir & Soprano-MtIii'titn'ion- - oi a i iinsmentious team- - of the Higher Oh Lord Thou Art My God (Finale) Choir days home on b avo amt vvil, r - artist. urn Fi idav evuiug for tie N'ev mate, an: a real hustler One learning have their eyes en JTm area to pa n n ,..te in the re- of the Silt Lake Tribune w t ilers V. and Melvin as potential niaP stated that, "No smoother bail ial for college teams nut e,,r. maining teds. Third Ward Chanel De-cr- i ' , .1 I i ; j P It t all-sta- te ( De-c- -- r rt 11 ou;.-taxlin- g rt set-sho- h- t ; i - r-.