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PA ROWAN TIM IS PAROWAN, UTAH, MARCH 22, 1957 r.iiv ra ry Uteh Csifcd TKosi Beantilul r'N ETT3 By Life - Automobile Efcirjar&ii Rekgse Couple (FARM BUREAU INS A Spring Clean up INSURANCE M !A,lA. V live here, and to all apcarantes ( (.Hurts to give communities a the owners what the town hxtks like. a rotu-lcleaning at least once a year were dont give hang Since they don't care, it is up to our city adtir t undertaken about 47 years ago. Their of clean-Iims- s ministration to have something clone with iiijMist was to teach the imjxirtance this projxrty. It must either be torn down or m anJ about the home. improved On the south, just a litte ldcuning t first the campaign was devoted to ridd-i!up would do wonders. l.i mes and yards of rubbish and waste Other places that need attention badly ,arc nut I, ad accumulated over the winter months. barns and corrals, broken down fences and old t only is an effort made to collect and cart Since most people in town art-n.iv the winters's accumulation, but many outbuildings. .! longer engaged in Jivestcxk raising and i. immunities undertake programs of fire prehave fallen into a vention education and home beautification-(tilers- , farming, these old barns sad state of disrepair. They are not only a attics, backyards, vacant lots and on the lxauty of the communiy, but in in fact every spot in the city, wheth-- i blight stru ts many instances are a fire buzzard, and tend to r on public or private property, comes under decrease the value of adjoining property. They and citizen's comi runny by public officials lx- torn down. Sec A. ffllfs Orion ,! EARTH MOVING 1 r - V U'e are glad to be able to provide the residents of this area faster service on earth digging Back d with our hoe. Our hoe will be located at Parowan for the digging of basements, cespools, drain fields, trenches, root celiers and similar work. Kent Mitchell DAY QUICKWAY SERVICE Call Parowan, 2663 Browning Coal tt i i Truck-mounte- V- i I f I - . A n - r 'r 1 . 4 ' I !. o AT TIIE YARD IN Parowan at ballet. Register DELIVERED school auditoreum Thursday, PAROWAN OR DANCE LESSONS: Tap and March 21; 3:30 to 4:30 for beforginners: 4:30 to 5:30 for mer students, who should be prepared to dance. - mittees. There are still some corrals in town. Many The majority of the of which arc "stinkersof livestock just rid population have gotten they didnt want to live near a corral, yet they are being subjected to the treatment by unthinking neighbors. This is another situation that needs attention. RELIABLE PARTY MALE OR FEMALE to service a route of CIGARETTE machines. No selling or soliciting. Routes are establish ed for operator. Full or part time. Up to $260 per month to start. $1100. to $2200. cash re- The quiet beauty of Salt Lake Citys famed Temple Square provided an impressive experience for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sermely, young Hungarian refugee couple fouring the United States under the auspices of the American Hotel Association. A scant few months ago, Sermely, 28, and his n wife, Jolan, 20, fled from Budapest,, and the memories of that scene of oppression lent emphasis to their estimate of Utah as the most wonderful" stop on their tour. The American Hotel Association sent the couple about the country to demonstrate the convenience of the Universal Travelcard, a unique credit card owned by the American Hotel Foundation, subsidiary of the association. Sermely' is an accomplished musician with a special interest in American jazz. Mrs. Sermely studied art and worked occasionally as a fashion model in Budapest. m non-prof- - Polio Vaccination Good it WANTED: Saleslady or salesman to sell McNess Products part or full time. Big Profits. No Experience needed. Will teach and finance you. Write 57 LEGISLATIVE SESSION LEAVES FINANCE WORRIES FOR 1959 National Wildlife Week! It thoughtful appraisal of our in learning to live with the landis n for i) pro-- t - At i i. a rime in history when nations and peo- o the world are divided into military the significance of Mans relation-- " In-lands soil, water, plants and ani-- i oftentimes not easy for us to see. We that depletion of these recourses has i1 iv source of most conflicts between a , i . . 11 an alarming acceleration ort world .con growth. Since 1915, some 30(7 !) people have been added to the earths 5 :s. In the decade 1930-40- , the increase 2 A million an of some 22 average of ear. The si per ) population explosion i.ie automic explosion, threatens man- . Wih cadi persons allotment of space on i.u ih flunking by the second, shouldnt we in tii' counm give some careful thought to the problem of taking care of the resources which sarr-!our being needs? Perhaps this is too much to expect from a people who enjoy the highest living standard and the many mature comforts' which rich lands and the ge of automation have provided- This year s National Wildlife Week theme, Homes for Wildlife", focuses our attention oil the recjuiicmcnt of wildlife for proper li ill places where focxl, cover and protect- mu horn weather and enemies is provided in puipcr combinations. But, like us, our birds Osh, mammals and other wild creatures ml on soil., water & plants to live. With- pc rhc.scnut they will perish. Healthy, l.mjs. mean bountiful crops of wild ani- :!s. i1 lev can also mean prosperous and heal- the. people. well-care- d r i micro-organism- t j - lytic polio. If youre under 40 years old, youre private nonprofit tax research of a possible victim. If polio strikes, yuo may organization in a study the next finances state during face a life shattered by disease and disability. two years. There is no cure for paralytic polio, but According to the Found- there is a way to prevent it. The preventive ation analysis, the 1957 Utah is Salk vaccine. It is safe and it works. Three Legislature authorized gen- properly spaced shots at 60 seconds a sho- t- eral fund expenditures of nearly $80.2 million for the 1VCS yu Protcrt,on' biennium. forcoming 1957-5- 8 Over 45 million Americans have been while revenue for the same smart enough to get this protection. But 60 period is expected to be $68.6 million is in the suceptible age group have million. The difference was . ? made up by authorizing use bcen foolhardy enough to neglect it. of a general fund surplus of Don't be one of the foolhardy ones. The $8.0 million and a welfare repolio season starts soon. You still have time to serve of $5.0 million. safeguard yourself and your family if you act In addition to using general at once. Go to your doctor or clinic now. fund surplus to the extent of $11.6 million, the state also Vaccinate before its too late! will spend an expected beginning Uniform School Fund balance of $3.6 million, making a total of $15.2 million in and balances that surpluses February 25th marked an important annibe will depleated during the versary. But it wasnt one to lx received with biennium. Since such coming cheers. It was the 4 4th anniversary of the surpluses nd balances are nonfederal income recurring items, the 1959 Legislature must find othA look backward is in order. In 1913, in the er current revenue in order taxs infancy, the normal rat was one percent to meet 1857-5- 9 expenditure and the highest surtax was six percent. levels. REVENGE! U-t- ah The Foundation points out Today the tax starts at 20 per cent, on the taxable incomes, and raises to a high 91 percent, creased exDenditure The Portland Oregonian makes this wry and apt comment: "We didnt invent the ! come tax-- The British started using it to sup-- i their port military campaigns in the late 1700's, shortly after we licked them at York-f-- r town and won our independence. Well, they have their revenge. j j j - tween $1.4 million and $1.5 million each year in the states obligations with no changes in the minimum school pro gram. Thus, the state require- ments under the Uniform 'school Fund will be $5.5 million to $6 0 million greater biennium during the 1959-6t'mn tlv v will be during the 1957-5- 9 bLc.nium without any 1 the school program. Utah Foundation analysts compute that the total state obligations of the Uniform School F und will be about $65.6 million during the next two year period. This amount is about $18.7 million greater than the estimated Uniform School Fund expenditures for the present biennium, According j to the Foundat- ions report existing nonprQ-pert- y tax resources of the Uni form School Fund will total about $56 1 million during the coming biennium. This am-- j ount includes an expected be-- ! ginning balance of $3.6 million, nonproperty revenues of $40.2 million, and a general fund transfer of $12'-- million. ABSTRACTERS LICENSED Affiliated with SECURITY TITLE CO. r land 23, Calif. Office at Canrt Bonse, Parowan TYPING done at home call 4001 Parowan. For the Best In j Man or Woman OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS A new item. First time offered Start in spare time, if satisfied, " INSURANCE LIFE FIRE then work full time. All Kinds Of - - AUTOMOBILE SURELY BONDS See Refilling and collecting money from bulk machines in this area. To qualify you must have a car, reference, $720 cash to secure territory and inventory. Devoting 4 hours a w'eek to business your end on percentages of collections should net approximately $350 monthly with very good pos- sibility of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. If applicant can Him ooubjsissb jBpuiuTj XjqBnb be given by Co. for expansion to full time position with 1 bove average income. Include phone in application. Box598 W. CLAIR If you want to keep drinking, thats your business. If you want to stop, thats our . business. , a-- Paiowan. ROWLEY j For further information write Box. 151, Parogonah, Utah phon 2054 FDR SALE; HOME in the northwest section of Parowan, Large lot with full water right ' Dali I Thornton. 4911 or See Clinton - - . require- - meats tha: will result from natural growth. For example, the enrollment growth in the public schools will result in COXSTRUCTION PAPER AT ZUFELT, 324 E. Lane, Amer- - Write P.O. Box 7019 ican Fork. Phone 733-a continual increase of be- Minneapolis 11, Minn. Till: TIMES OFFICE. in-u- , j W PAROWAN TIMES Published somc-t.mc- and Printed at Parowan, Utah each Thursday Ri'lxrt B. Mitchell, Publisher! s; Intered as Second Cdass Mail Matter in the Post Olfice Parowan, Utah, October 27, 1915, under the Act of a. Uongress ol March 3, 1 N7'A. J j i 1 Pnreells A Stowe FROM Wall to Wall, no soil FOR SALE: My hrme in Paro at al on carpets cleaned with wan. for cash or good down Blue Luster. payment and terms. Parowan Trading Center Walt Mortensen, 1903 Melville Rd. Paradise California. Under Utah law, this dif-- , FOR SALE Eleven acres of ference of $9.5 million be- choice land in Parowan north RESPONSIBLE PERSON tween nonproperty resources field. Some water right. See male or female, from this area and fund requirements must or call George Mickelson. wanted to service and collect be raised by a state property from large console cigarette tax levy. A levy of approxi- WANTED Saleslady or machines. No Selling. Age not mately 4.0 mills ($4.00 per Salesman to sell McNess Pro- essential. Car, and references assessed valuation) ducts part or full time. Big and $1,000 to $2,000 invest$1,000. each of the next two Prhts. No experience need-th- ment necessary. Very good reduring teach and finance turns and only 7 to 12 hours years will be needed to raise ,etthe above amount. The state 40u- Write today. McNESS weekly. The best and most DO-P.O. Box 14. Bayshore property tax levy for schools pleasant way to supplement was 4 6 mills in 1955 and 2.1 Station, Oakland 23, Calif. your income. Full time work if you wish. For local intermills in 1956 but was 8 5 mills iNEW HOME AT SUMMIT. view in 1947 and 8.9 in 1948." give full particulars, and jA real buy. Contact ORIZ phonenumber. 1 v. 24.1 at another problem that will face the Mate is the need for making ahowances for the in- - ' (l - - kkrn nun hkts distruction from two 'And there was the man who only took W'arctarc waged with all of the vio-u'- a drink to steady Ins nerves and who s ef the atom and so he (2) couldnt move. steady got xthe basic resources which Bonday, TI.i- Advertiser x food for liis table, clothing for his thcr necessities for living. Hi, an We owe a great deal to our government. ibty to learn to live with and care The question is, how are we ever going to! haul may determine his success or faol the it." to money pay get in learning to live with other peoples of (borncll, III. fournal Kii-i.'- Utahs Legislature two years from now will be faced with a problem of raising at least $21 million in new revenue in order to offer the same level of service that has been esIf you knew- the facts were true, youd take tablished by the 1957 Legislature which juse adjourned. him up on it wouldnt you? This was the conclusion reach Well, the facts are true- The enemy is para- ed by Utah Foundation, the M s BROWNING HUNINGTON today. MoNESS CO., P. O. Box 14, Bayshore Station, Oak i is an Immediate Delivery - i femes for Wildlife" Kzticncil Theme This Week NORTHERN COAL PlSUNBEAM quired which ease dont waste our time unless you can secure the necALSO essary capital and are sincerly GENERAL interested to operate a $31,000 annual net business. Give full HAULING particulars phone number. ALMA EVANS Write Box 8303, Minneapolis Minnesota, for information & Parowan, Utah Phone interview. revolt-ridde- ) i FOR PAROWAN AND CEDAR CITY - res-io- Phone 3641 or 2691 - Since we in this community stand to Ixnifit Ii.tr.u u Ik.1! m we should placed in to lx collected. This will be greatly from this spring clean-up- , all do our share of the work. Then the rean milled in next weeks Times. wards of health, happness and comfort will I; s lommendable, we feel for the city ad-result. i vi at ion to undertake this campaign and if we ai citiens We cant help thinking of a slogan the cix)xrate much good can be little town of Fountain Green had several a i ' mulishcd. years ago, and how appropriate it would be e should like to make some comment on for us here; "PAINT IT UP, OR TEAR IT w tlrngs that should be done, but can only a DOWN." b av mphshed with theaid of city ordinani u sonic- of which may have to be passed yetThe entrances to our town make the first n in i. on tourists who pass through our and to a large extent influence whether Mq(CS town, ScnSC tl y stop or just pass through. Neither of the mu ,i iK c s ro Parowan speak w'ell of us. On Suppose someone took you aside and said: lit n i tli arc two old vacant buildings that "You have an enemy who may waylay you It t been neglected for years. They both are and cripple you for life. But I know how you s and should be removed. Neither of can c stop this enemy. You'll have to act fast. ... . It wont cost you much money, and it will cnly ,ake 1X0 scconJ" of your time;' - DISTRIBUTOR OF COAL CAN BE PICKED UP s Saturday March 30, has been designated by I a row an City officials as spring dean up day. Arrangements are being made to have city trui ks haul this winters accumulation of trash away from private homes and from streets, l in.d arrangements have not been made nor anniiunud as to how this collection will be ) IT RE t W COVERAGE IN COMPLETE Sub-- i r ; n R.ics Ad virtoing 52. 5(1 xr vear m advance rates upon request HAWAII - . Join our famous spring tour leaving June 15. All expense only $497, includes meals and all other expense. Write Mor-le- y Tours, 387 East 3rd North, Provo, Utah. Phone FR collect to make reservations. FOR SALE: Two bedroom home in Parowan. Good location-easy terms partly fur- nished. For particulars, see call or write to W. Clair Row-lePhone 2712 Parowan Ut. y.