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PAROWAN TIMLS, PAROWAN. UTAH, JANUARY 26, 1955 tvu'e 2 FHA Borrowers FAHOU AY TIMES vlMhtli lilAil SIAIl f iuK TvA c TH ASSOC IAI10! Matter in the Post Office at Parowan, Utah, October 27, 1915, under the Act of '.undress of March 3, 1S79. Subscription Rates $2.50 per year in advance FROM UTAHS CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION GASOLINE TAX REFUNDj :haTth7FPC T Explaining recognizes the need for such authority and has repeated-gasolin- e iy caled upon Congress to remedy the omission that has Persisted since the Natural Gas Act was created jn 1938 5,nator Watkins termed hjs amendment essential to the ecive consideration short y by the House of Representatives S rfaoreSTTtt0rthe Va,Ue f interests the nation vary and wa widely, ranging from less Senator Watkins said than $50,000 to more than that it is an anomaly for $400,000, so the actual value to advance the idea could only be determined by anyone that fuel is necessary foreign a years operation of the proto serve the requirements of gram. An effective system of Utah, whose recoverable coal administering the program resources alone are in excss will have to be developed in order to prevent abuse of it, of 46 billion tons more than 200 times the total amount if it is passed. throughout the The gasoline tax rebate, extracted state's history. is however, only one of a In a review of the need for series of direct and immedi-- 1 of the Natural Gas revision ate relief measures to the Senator Watkins said: Act, farmrs w'hich Congress is of the Proponents working on in conformity bill contended haw with the President's recent conremoval that of Federal a new message setting forth trol over the, producers of agricultural program. natural gas would encourage It is fortunate that the prothe exploration and developposed national parks appropment of our own natural gas riation for Utah for the fiscal resources. year ending June 1957, has been increased by almost 40 per cent over the appropriation for the current fiscal -- Ful-brig- ht Raise Calves On year. The Utah economy should benefit greatly from the increase in tourists who will visit the national parks within the State. The Department of the Interior has informed me that the proposed budget for fiscal 1957 plans approxi mately a 40 per cent increase in appropriations for the Utah parks. The proposed appropriations will exceed $700,000 The largest part of the in- Milk, Farmers Advised Raise calves on milk and be your own best customer, county agent Wallace D. advises local dairymen. A few years ago when milk and dairy products were badly needed for human food, raising calves on milk substitutes was urged. Today the situation is diferent. Milk production is vei'y high, and farmers must cooperate with dealers to successfully market this increased production. Sales promotion by the dairy industry is helping ease Sjo-blo- crease will be used for new construction. It is estimated that by 1966 the annual visitors to the national parks as a whole will be an astonishing 80 million the surplus situation, but inas contrasted with only 17 dividual dairymen can also million prior to World War help, according to the county 2. agent. Every farmer should The Utah Congressional not only use dairy products Delegation is working to win on his own table, but should adherents for the Colorado try to replace milk substiRiver Project in Congress. tutes fed to calves with milk. We held a meeting with the If all heifer calves in the delegations from Colorado. nation were fed a minimum Wyoming and Arizona this amount of milk, the agent deweek to consider strategy. clares, more than ten billion The recommendations of re- pounds of milk would be cent meetings of the Upper needed every year. This Colorado Commission were of milk being fed to considered and they seemed calves would completely use to counteract the objections up the small milk surplus. previously held by some of Dairymen can be their own the Colorado representatives. best customers, Mr. Sjoblom their The sense of unity was the repeats, by feeding greatest I have seen among calves milk. the Upper Colorado State This is very necsince we have an upessary hill fight with many powerful groups against the Upper Colorado Project. s. SIJY. iiiul MOV ERNEST BORGNINE BETSY BLAIR m I have many fond memories of your newspaper and the people who have been conected with it. Not long ago, it occurred to me that in the files of your paper is the history of my life. Your paper has recorded tjie story of my birth, my childhood parties, my graduation from high school and later from college, my marriage, the arrival of my four children and the death of one of them and now. in more recent years your columns have been recording .he arrival, one by one, of my grandchildren. Is it any wonder that your paper means so "much in our home and that we look forward eagerly to receiving it? THAT'S WHY YIAYSPAPIlltS OFFFIt MARTY coal TOM & JERRY AIVi:ilTISi:ilS IIHADFItSIIII T HAT fay hi: holgiit yowiiiiu: ixsi: CARTOON Advertisment itji:s. w 1:0. thuks vistaVision j6fl CHARLTON HESTON JANE UTALLY LUCY GALLANT j NEWS fc. '4 CARTOON & . Automobile MSI. ami SAT. hue 1956. The local county supervisor of the Farmers Home Administration helps them with their plans. Each family cooperating with the agency makes a definate appoint- ment with the county super-- 1 visor, usually in the agencys county office, to carry out the annual year-en- d analysis. Mr. Sampson explained that the year-en- d analysis is one of the foundations for the JOAN COLLINS See A. Hills Orton The countys If you want to keep drinking, thats your business. If you want to stop, thats our business. For further information write Box 151, Parogonah, Utah Slone VELVET SWING matinee SPECIAL 44: MY FRIEND FLICKA Yoimn:itY SALE I O K Spinet Piano to be reposses sed in the vacinity of Paro- wan, assume bal. of contract. For further infirmation, write Hart Bros. Music Co., 46 E. 8th So., Salt Lake City, Utah. coal For the Best In Immediate Delivery All Kinds Of I Y S U It A Y C F ALSO LIFE HUE gi:yi:kal - - AUTOMOBILE SUB ELY BONDS See HAULING VV ALMA EVANS Parowan, Utah Phone CLAIR ROWLEY 21.1 F O It It E Y T room furnished apt., shower bath. Phone 3786. 3 CHIROPRACTIC Pains in Back, Hips, Les, Nervousness. Tiredness? The Cause May Be Nerve Interference. CHIROPRACTIC "NATURES WAY TO HEALTH Two moonshiners were distheir operations. cussing Hr. C. F. VSarnaill When I take the stuff into I ISO South Main town, one said, I always City, Utah drive as slow as I can. Afeered o the law? jeer9 -- 5 ed the other. Eves. I5y A Nope, said the first, ye gotta age the stuff, hain t ye? Oil Stove Womens styles may change, but their designs remain the Oil Stoves repaired on week ends. See Whit Orton.same. Cedar l'hone llrs. I )). Repairs Jasper Cartwright F O It Well improved 160 acre farm in center of development of Escalante Valley. Best water rights, modern home and full line of machinery. Excellent offering to well qualified farm family. See John C McGarry, Beryl, Utah Hell U;iiiUmI Man or woman wanted to handle McNess Products full or spare time. Opportunity to make $40 a day. No experience necessary. Write COMPANY, P.O. Box 14, Bayshore Station, Oakland 23, California. 2 Mc-NES- What Is Your Reason For Baldness? ALL MERRILL CLIENTS IN THE VICINITY OF PAROWAN, UTAH, ARE INVITED TO APPEAR AT CLARKS MOTEL, ON SUNDAY ONLY, FEBRUARY 5, 12 NOON UNTIL 9 P.M. THESE PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL REEXAMINATIONS ARE FREE OF CHARGE AND ARE A PART OF THE ESTABLISHED SERVICE TO OUR CLIENTS Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December 19, In an interview Treatment are given this If you are not here today, R. Blaine Dixon, guarantee, international hair and scalp completely satisfied at the consultant and Director of end of thirty days your monMerrill Hair & Scalp Con- ey will be returned. This There are is only because most people sultants, said: many different scalp con- are skeptical of claims that ditions that may cause men hair can grow on balding and women to lose their hair. heads. Usually whn a person avails himself of the MerUsing common sense, a person must realize no one tonic rill treatment, his skepticism or so called cure-al- l can cor- disappears. No Cure'AlI rect all these different conWe have no cure-afor he ditions, explained. READ WHAT A FEW OK slick, shiny baldness, Dixon THE MEMBERS OF THE emphasizes. If there is still AMERICAN HAIR AND fuzz, that hair follicle of the SCALP ASSOCIATIONS scalp is still producing hair. MANY SATISFIED CLIENTS Merrills users have grown HAVE SAID ABOUT THEIR hair. We have many reports IN testifying that after using our HOME TREATMENT THEIR UNSOLICITED RE- home treatment, weak, fuzz PORTS; THERE ARE MANY has developed into healthy mature hair. Proper use of MORE IN OUR FILES: My hair has grown very this home treatment may much, you can see new hair bring about a healthv scalp all over my scalp. The new condition which will help the hair looks lively and much hodv to produce new hair. If better. I am well pleased with there is any fuzz at all, a my hair, it looks so much bet- healthy scalp condition may ter and much thicker and I be restored, and the hair may thank you so much. grow normally again as nature intended. There is one C. Burkett Dothan, Alabama thing Dixon wants to be cerI have been told that you can tain every man and woman not grow hair on a bald scalp. knows If a recession appears at the tmnlo or a spot shows Merrill is doing it. The treatment should go on the records up on the crown of the head, as the greatest discovery of there is something wrong and it should be given immediate all times. ll 3 SA LE - 2& A demonstration of the best known methods of hair and scalp treatments to be given to the citizens of our city. 3 supervisors bor-rwe- rs THE GIRL IN THE RED j find that more conservation keep in touch with county agricultural agents, the State College of Agriculture, experiment farms, work of other agencies, and otherwise place themselves in position to give borrowers the advantage of latest farming recommendations. The year-en- d enalysis service is available to the farm families in Iron county who have received operating or farm ownership loans from the Farmers. Home Administration and those soil and water conservation loan who are farming with the aid of farm and borne plans. EARLEY GRANGER j Parrel I measures are needed, or cash crops and livestock operations are not properly balanced, or farm and home management methods are not up to date. RAY MILLAND lYSUHAYCi: A aid programs of the Farmers LICENSED ABSTRACTERS Home Administratoin. Borrowers are discovering Affiliated with underlying problems that are SECURITY TITLE CO blocks in the road to successful farming. A couple may Office at Caurt House, Parowan S attention. Free Examination Tn addition to reexamining Fostoria, Ohio Since beginning mv treatpresent clients, the Merrill ment mv hair is softer, more method of home treatment manageable, and it is not will be demonstrated to other; breaking or coming out near- who are interested. The examination is verv thorough ly so much. I notice a general appearance of new hair and hiehlv technical. It 20 to 30 minutes The all over my scalp. I am very etaemtem makes no charge thiwr Consultant pleased jit and no treatment. the this for with examination j pleased Ernest Johnson 567 Lvnn St. NATURAL GAS ACT Any legislation amending the Natural Gas Act should include a provision giving the Federal Power Commission authority to deal with the problem of gas imports and exports, Sen. Arthur V. Watkins has informed his colleagues in introducing an amendment to the controversial Fulbright bill. Sen. Watkins emphasized that he wants to be abso- lutely certain that the economy of Utahs coal, oil, and natural gas industries receives careful scrutiny by the FPC before a foreign fuel is admitted into the state. His amendment would enable the to determine commission whether any proposed import or export project would result in unemployment in competing U. S. fuel Theater Browning Coal Washington Report ; Was our farm and farm land used to its best advanti;xi. age last year? Could we have more use planned profitable Mitchell of our family labor? Did we have expenses that cut too DISTRIBUTOR Ol much into farm profits? II what can we do so, why-a- nd about it? These are some of the questions Iron County farmers can be pic:: el up who are operating, buying or AT THE YARD IN improving their farins with Farmers Home Administration loans are asking them- PAROWAN OR DELIVERED selves as they analyze their Phone or 269 past years farm and home plans and farm and home record books, according to I. FOR PAROWAN ANI) G Sampson, local county supervisor of the Farmers Home CEDAR CITY Administration in Cedar City. At the time they are exam- ining their past years op- eration, they are mapping COMPLETE COVERAGE IN plans for next years work. Life They are using last year's mistakes and successes as (FARM BUREAU INS ) guides for better farming in Kent Advertising rates upon request j Firm age 38S5U! Work Line red as Second CJass Mail partlcuIar invest to Ltah farmers is the Federal, tax refund which has been approved in principle, mnti aI!Ce,?mre-- , which - Examine Year's Published and Printed at Parowan, Utah each Thursday Robert B. Mitchell, Publisher sinstimnit o.c i: Niton:.- os "I called Mom last night B. P. Brown Alva, Oklahoma Guaranteed ...and it only cost v - r YOU CAM CALL ANYWHERE FOR $2.09 CALL IM THE COUNTRY Fersoeal lumber ... ITS FASTER Booklets evoiloble in our Business Office . . . Free OR LESS! n cart of o troracontinentol That additional.) (Tax oil 6 and oftnr Sunday. day coll, night fh BY NUMBER $1.45 tation-to-tatio- nr-i- un ramin annevntment jq necessary. After examining the person, he i tnlrl the renuired length of troam'-n- t and how mueh it will ooct Regular reports ere made to the Merrill firm in Oklahoma City to chock the nroeress of the home Not everyone can be helped by the Merrill Horn Treatment. Only those we think we can help are accepted for treatment. Those who are ac cepted for Merrill Home treatment. 0VS YOUR HAIR TF IT WORRIES YOU CALL OUR CONSULTANT, P. H. LOUGHLIN AT THE CLARK MOTEL IN PAROWAN UTAH ON SUNDAY ONLY, FEBRUARY 5. 12 NOON UNTIL 9 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED. THE EXAMINATIONS ARE PRIVATE AND OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN YOU DO NOT NFEr av APPOINTMENT AND YOU WIT.L NOT BE EMBARRASSED OR OBLIGATED IN ANY WAY.