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Univcrc-- 1 2 i ci-on- t, ilinrofilring A li'ike City NUMBER TWENTY-ON- PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH, MARCH IS, 1956 E Scenic Development To Be Topic Of Parowan Cafe 5 -- County Meet In Cedar, April 5 Purchased By Local Ladies In connection with a plan for the of Southern vc. VOLUME rORTY Region Six Basketball Champions! Last Rites Held For Thomas Amcnzo Topham development A deal was closed this week Utali both as a scenic center and industrially, the county Impressive funeral services which the Parowan Cafe were in held for Thomas Amen-i- o of Iron County have tentitavely set a special meet-ns- j was. purchased by Mrs. Doris Topham, of county commissioners, city officials and Park Service Be nson Friday, March 9, and Mrs. Lucile Bunn )fficials of five counties for April 5, at 8 p.m. in the Hotel of Parowan. The fixtures were at 2 p.m. in the Paragonah Ward Chapel, with Bishop :1 Escalante in Cedar I City. purchased from James Rad- Victor Robinson in charge. ford who opened the cafe i Counties that are being in-- 1 The opening song, Tho vited to this meeting, which commerce and civic groups year ago, and closed it in Dec Trials was by the Deepening to The new owners expect will be a dinner meet, will in- - will be invited to have rep- Amasa directed choir, by in operation the meetings have the business x Mrs. Wilma with Stones, or of first the April, called on a reg- about t accompanist. Opening bifore if possible. Mrs. Benft purpose of the aM V-- v ylar schedule, was ofered Mario by ptayer wnl be to discuss mutual Topham. including roads, and to Speakers for the afternoon formulate some sort of a syswere F. C. Van Buren, tematic plan for the developT. A. Robinson. J. Leonard ment of Southern Utahs reTopham and life hisotry by sources, particularly scenic. Nora Lund. Musical numbers be will on Emphasis placed City Attorney, Orville Isom w as instructed by the Parowan included a mixed quartet con, hereto-areas that opening up to maje fore have been inaccesable to City Council, at its regular meeting Monday night, sisting of Willie Davenport, x of cities Amasa Stones, Wilma license structure of The "Z the surrounding business, a study ion tourists, including date and Sarah Robinson, Monument area, the Cedar with an eye to bringing Parow'ans system up to Breaks road and the improve- At present Parowan is operating under a "flat fee system accompanied by Melva Bar- ment of Highway 54 in Gar- - which has become obsolete. The attorney told council members ton, singing Jesus Lover Of My Soul; a vocal solo by field County. j that the present trend was to Howrard Knight of Parowan, Since the population of the license businesses in accord-Calvary, accompanied by hole southern section of the ance with their gross sales, Lyman; vocal solo by Mary state is sparse, it was felt by with a minimum end maxi- - tmued, but action was defer- O. Topham, Tm A PilMary the Iron County group, that mum clause in the structure, j rd until a to take Coach Dick Jones and his Parowan High School Rams, this years winners of proposal with Mary Lyman as grim, the whole area co uid be beter The license revamp has be-- ! and he Region Six Basketball Championship. Back row, left to right: Coach Jones, waste the the by pipe dump by song accompaniest; senedifangroups andedto- - come ncceSsary in order to it into the iarge jrrjgation choir, BishMe". Skougard, Stewart Adams, Alan Dailey, John Simkins. Kent Whitney, Roger With Abide gether to promo.e the orderly j take care 0f businesses which slream on Second West could Connell Mitchell and Manager Kenyon Clark. Front row, left to right; Jim Burt, the op Victor Robinson gave f l"e WlTOle Scottv Havcook Carlvle Rollins. Reed Thornon, Don Halterman Don Stubbs have not boon UP t Walter and remarks Dep closing licensed due to the fact that stated that this plan was all Robb gave the closing prayer. Tri-Counties It is anticipated tu at aftei under By present ordinances, right Th city will ff th Mrs. Marylin Bradshaw and edG ' there is Mrs. Alice Joneswere in Provisio," e.uipment to dig the thec T ' rt sary trench- and w:n aid in, charge of the floral offerings, news agencies ' chambers left a license from them, it getting permission from the . assisted by neices and neph To The Rams of Parowan High School won the Region S;x would be necessary to revise state Road Commission to ews. A meeting of the exist-now in basketball game last Saturday night in the the ordinances j cr0ss the highway with the Burial was in the ParaSurvey Committee will championship ' ance. pipe. gonah Cemetary. with Leon- be held Monday night in the CSU Fieldhouse. Parowan, winners in the Millard Division, John and Warren Pendle The Parowan Literary Club The need for a planning ard Evans offering the dedi- lf. S. Employment Service met Cedar City, Dixie Division winner, for the championship me with the council re- - commission was discussed held its meeting last Wed. Office in Cedar City. The pur- in the last night of the Round Robin play. This made the by catory prayer. at the home of the large irrigation the council which felt that Mr yarding evening pose of the meeting will be third time during the season that Parowan had defeated the De Esta Sampson. Mrs. Edna ditch that runs in front of such a body was fast to organize material already Redmen, the other two defeats were suffered becoming during the Brown gave a review on the their homes and asked that the gathered, into a form for pub. practice games earlier in the season. book Grandma Moces. After ditch either be removed or lication. Material gathered inIn the first night of play some club business was taken improved. They wpre inform-car- e cludes data on natural reThornton of Friday on the Dixie floor, called on Reed of, Mrs. Sampson served ed that the ditch belongs to sources, water, minerals, re- Beaver and both from the Rams, his third of the Millard, refreshments. creation, industry.- power, fin- the "Millard Division, toppled game, giving Marysvale two the fields, and was not a city pJso felt by the council that a commission should be A special meeting with land ancial resources, transportaj responsibility, however, the special Hurricane and Dixie. Sat. free throws which they made. Mrs. Mable Witcock and i council and in to facilities tion other sc,t the situation UP Bea- The final score was then sudy owners, livestock men and promised tnat they night Millard John Simkins was the only daughter, Emily Mae spent would call a meeting with and make recomenuations in county officials interesttt in formation about Iron County. ver to become the third place this direction. Action in mak- - the Buckhorn Dust Bowl committee team to The man for the Rams that left part of last weex in Salt Lake I"'he field Pe0D,e Six to represent Region ry of an an to this s the visiting with Mrs. Wilcocks ing appointments appli outgrowth game on personal fouls. area, was set for Friday night, in the State Class B Tourna ?"Vs?me SOrt f ?la" to mission was defend till a Edmund Stevens and eatiem made His fifth foul was called with by j Washington March in the Iron 16, by ment now being played County taken careof. The ture the Jed A. Ridings and lav. about a minute left in the meeting, month- -' County for an irrigation pro-l- y Prcvo. Commissioners at their meeting was called for Mon. other relatives and friends. known as he Dixie Water In the first days play, two gome. meeting on Monday. The night. It was felt that the of the Southern Stubbs. Whitney, Mitchell, Project. has been called for Utah teams meeting Mr. and Mrs. Adlia Wood A letter was received from 8 p.m. in the Beaver County county wasn large enough to were defeated. Cedar City lost Simkins, Thornton, Adams and and four children of Norwalk, the State Board of Health rejustify the kind oi expend- to Pleasant Grove with a Dailey saw action during the Coort House. California spent last week garding the dumping of waste iture it would take to com- score of Bingham de- game. Consideration of this area end here with Mrs. Woods from the Southern Utah Dairy AmiOIJI1C6cf this project. As a conse- feated Millard plete Thursday afternoon the Cedar . has been in the mill for the , , Iron and Kane Coun- had been Rams took a trouncing at the mother, Mrs. Clara Warner n S rP quence, picked by Mrs. Getta Orton. Parowan. past year with action oward Hj11?. and other relatives and nv. e Board ties decided to pool their rein the last game of hands of the Springville Red city announces the engagement of j con- hazordous dust aleviating Co. friends. sources with Millard was eliminated from Devils in their second game her daughter. Norma Hodean, ditions along U. S. Highway and make a Washngton TRI-CLUB SETS project tourney play in Thursdays cf the tournament. to Robert H. Beattv, son of, 91 in that section, being Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hyatt re- EASTER EGG HUNT of it. Springville scored first in play when Lehi handed them and Mrs. R. F. Beatty of itiated by the Iron County Kids! Its Coming! Its Com- Power and Water a port the birth of a 7 pound. Utah The the 7 defeat. game when Whitney foulbody. Interested individuals, 14 ounce granddaughter, born ling The Big Easter Egg Hunt! Cedar City. is holding in trust, seved a Springville man and one Board a Parowan he strong Norma is a graduate of the including private All organizations, clubs and acre feet of un- team from upset Monday, March, 12 in the Iron n eral thousand Bureau of Land Marysvale as well foul pitch was made. Simkins owners, and has School High individuals to to Mr. and in the area as water County Hospital wishing appropriated the prediction of the sports- tfor Parowan quickly came attending school at the agement and the State of Mrs. Gerald Hvatt of Cedar. give your contribu-tribis the feeling of the it and in the las game of back with a basket, and at of been have tah, the past winter. appraised . to the worthy cause, The new babv has a 16 month of writers that counties three part the the same time Whitney was Robert graduated from the16 condition and a partial these waters should be ap- the day. The Rams toppledtuck Club. The old brother, Tim. Mr. and Mrs. tion to the Tri-fouled and made both charity in a nip and set UP-iWillard Wood of Cedar City Easter Egg Hunt will be Sat., Cedar City High School and Plan of actl0n for the develop- Bulldogs propriated have could gone tosses. Parowan maintained March 31 at 10 a.m. sharp. a former student of the j Before action can be taken, ment of this area. Hence the game that pre maternal grandparents. either way, though Marysvale the lead to the end of the Watch next weeks paper CSU. He will fill a mission for consent of all concerned part-th- e study. was the favorite, having gone first quarter which ended at LDS Church before a def- - ies must be gained. This will Glenn Jones left Tuesday, for a complete list of contribUpon publication of the da- into the tournament without 7 for Parowan. on a business trip to Denver. utors and final details. inate date for the wedding is be the object of Friday nights ta, copies will be filed with In the second period Stubbs a single defeat all season, and meet. Mrs. Jones and two daughters Mrs. Mayla Rollins has gone set. set the government in Washing- Parowan the score to 7 for Parohad one defeat. accompanied him as far as to Salt Lake City tb help take wan. basStubbs, incidentally, had ton, D. C. for reference as to Adams sunk the first Pleasant Grove where they care of her brother-in-lathe area for industrial devel- ket of the game to get things four fouls on him by this time. will visit with Mrs. Jones Eill Wood, who is seriously then came back to opment. rolling. The Rams quickly ran Springville ill. family. The committee is composed up an 0 lead in the opening tie the game at 11 up. The U U of the County Commissioners, minutes of the first quarter. lead changed hands several Mrs. Edgar Benson was Mr. and Mrs. Hal Orton left Mayors of Parowan and Cedar The Bulldogs finally connect- times, and by the end of the brought home from the hos- Tuesday for Salt Lake City to of was student School one the A Parowan judged High City, Claude Edwards, repre- ed with a field goal and one first half of play Springville pital last Thurs.. March 8. visiit with Dorains family and annual the ten photographers at photosportswriters senting the U. S. Employment foul pitch to make the score had racked up a four point Mrs. Benson spent 10 days in and also to attend the tourna- top of Service, and W. Clair Rowley, 12-- 3 at the end of the first lead, was He Utah. the clinic at University Friday graphers the hospital, but is now slowly ment in Provo. In the early seconds of the students of Parowan the three quarter. Jesse Mickelson, one attending secretary. improving. third quarter Simkins dunked the d nic. The others were Dale Robinson and Clyde Early in the second period two Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bent. baskets, to tie up qiuck the Bulldogs started to hit and the sportswriters. Mrs. Laura Paramore of. lej and grandson, Mickey, tallied shortStubbs game. the score was tied a 2 with The clinic was sponsored by the Rams Piovo came down last week and Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt Bent4 minutes to go in the period. ly after, putting About this with Mr. and Mrs. Charles ley spent last week in Jules-bur- the U of U Department of high school writers and lens- in front. two points A foul called on Parowan gave Timmons. She was a guest of called with was Stubbs time Colorado visiting with Journalism to give high school men covered a consolation the at chance Mrs. Elizabeth Dav Lyman the Bulldogs a foul and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Whitney. the Emerson Cummings fam- - sportswriters and photograph- game between West High and line. Atherley sunk ihis fifh personal named Best Gardener as v atend week Burt. instruction ers Class She spent the in was the Lomond Fen professional replaced by High jjy in a con- both baskets putting Marysand practical experience. Some A basketball playoffs at the of the Year Monday the Salt vale ahead tending to some business and By the end of the third two points, the by by test sponsored friends. with The the Red Devils had 100 students participated. U of U fieldhouse. visiting Mrs. Pearl Russel returned first time they nad taken the quarter Tribune and Utah Lake five lead, a was clinic point arranged by lr. lact wek from California The photograohers process-iumia- s lead in the gam?. The game Garden flubs. C. Wilson, chairman ed and Mrs. Rubv MatVrson under- ifior tmeneijriiT fea-The v'eeks with and at Springvilt' crew came i prjnted their own Mrs. Lyman was honored was tied up at went major surgrv ac cnt her son, Keith, and his familv the journalism department. ture and action pictures of the the final quarter like into lout at the half. the Soring Garden Festival demons. Hoed Thorn-thir- d of a morning in the Tron County in Wilmington. California. Pa Th' srortswriters heard game for judging by a panel at Ho-tAt the beginning of the in the Nwhouse Mcndav sunk the firs ton Parowan of talks by Jim Grebe and Hack 0f experts. The sportswriters in Salt Lake City. She was quarter John Simkins the box, then but Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Bennett Miller of the Deseret also entered their stories with an engraved sunk a couple of foul pitches 'counter, presented Mr. and Mrs I.on PoVn-sm- i in daughter. Sharon of Telegram sports staff, and Bill th afternoon game for a two noirt lead for the Sp"T-- ! an a',rar -c:lver v'0,,l and Mur of th'ir chidrn POfT loltrm and Boh Williams of competition before the judges. ' as seected for the honor Roms. Th" RuMdogs bounced, ?no wa an rrp-to C Vf'lT to !. Salt Lake Tribune sports from come fiO on1nr,a from t "k and took the lead with a Peels Bv this tim In - ",-- TV j V m3 The D ser't pf T JT , score then the Rams fV ombout the state. Mm I.A- - ' i - "o' Rams to do much $53 scholarships to viP who has be i to dick and took a late for the Mrs a b,r e0"ninVrd the T'ns r? man photographvo- - da,i,7hfr'r and familv an Vj s cpe-M.'onlt anl j ab(1ut to U a"d. th bal th' sportswriter lead bv the end of the Pnro-- vi C r' s s ssioo" ve- 1 P.ob r r Mtohe1!. baS'S in favor of the 'ended, on Mr and Mrs. Pill the cr v n-- k teqeber who noted m iid Ear1 Devils. Red at the clinic. fcprjngville nerformance VrVns. ba-- k home Lon of nomination that During the fourth quarter Lake Trih n letter Salt her Conrad, et and San of in Clara i'itr'rl T.oiisio airf) Gray O'" Rams managed to main- lw;VS Oq Ot rPS the blu Certificates of merit and cx- o or'narh"rs jal Rav Jon s i even-,- nrl 7:40 at Sevier i'h L'in's hrt'h r T ;,kov;w Oroo n Friday ain th" lead all the wav to Cour'v iron mailed the to he at will Pence d Deseret ribbons .11 Moor high i d a s IToyrd to determine Tarowan Tuesday oudit for 5 Pugcre who i emi'm'-the game with a - schools of the participating Trjr iti-i ber dahlias. Dahlias of round nhoogranhfinal at Mrs !po the into moibr. play de'aCm''nt as the :r.-- . students. ate Mrs. Lvmans hobby but .core, however, justfoul was .Saturday. Stanford University Hospital Martha Dalton and n'hcr a buzzer sounded, , she loves vall flowers, of her During the afternoon the coin-nisMone- j I Lam-oreau- V': ! er prob-lcm- s, Parowan City Attorney Told To Plan New Business Licensing Structure j , Lam-oreau- w , -- r j Htth j orhrTeSs'incr; Survey Group . - Meet Monday - i PAROWAN j Rams Trip Bulldogs; Dumped ed Devils In State Tourney Play ier PERSONALS ln , j "Dust Bowl" j Meet Called For , Friday Night , - "t ad r,k Tri-Counti- es j 1 corn-fathe- r, j fu-wi- th jct I Norma Orton Engagmenet , I 42-4- iii . 40-4- up-end- ed j 5. 63-5- 6. s, sports-writer- I tri-sta- te in-M- r. i 52-5- land-Parow- an Man-bee- se con-plea- U u' H s . J Tri-Sta- te 9-- . 11-- Pa rowan Student Listed Among Top Ten Photographers At of 8-- Clinic 23-1- 9. Lam-oreau- g. x, Parowan Lady Wins Top Award As Gardener 12-1- free-thro- w j ed 16-1- 6 12-1- 8 e. Po-'nita- l. 1 j 1- c; T- N;ws-Telegra- m s. P-t'- on ,T-- Mo'e'l-ieka- on 2 55-4- i G-a- o- -d -I- -' 38-4- News-Telegra- ro-og- rh s family i j 5. - COJp.