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UTAH, MARCH 10, 1960 PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, " Published and Printed at Parowan, Utah each Thursday Robert B. Mitchell, Publisher Entered as Second Class Mail Matter in the Post Office at Parowan, Utah, October 27, 1915, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.' Subscription Rates $2.50 per year in advance Advertising rates upon request Metric of tlie Kay Boulter t 'f Outdoor is' a 'great The management of our deer, herds in Utah ciensToo .Park-iof-. often-w- e the responsibility rests upon, us as seperate or trend:to clasify individthfe area according to their special ual ri span si bi i mterest'fn'rfie TangeS: "We Set the'&ndholder and stockman-one catagory for instance and classify the sportsman in another,. We say the stockmen are interested' in the range only fromgjhvgstoch point of t view and the sportsmen look to bhec jmngejfoc. deer, and other big game only.-Her- e is when? wfe eed-t- o alter chIY thinking.' After all dont we both benifit from both products of the Tange? Aren't we all sportsmen and interested in he Certainly we are all greatly concrned with the .watershed problem, or at least should .be. ' 1 ty--- -- - s? . . . X?z the ease of application. r- -l A soil testis the best indir? cation as to what and how much is needed. Samples for fertilizer recommendations can be analyzed at the U.S.U. Soils Laboratory in ogan for $1.00 per sample. Even the recommendations HELP WANTED: and comon used of grass type The application grass howto learn to operate from an made woman analysis, mercial fertalizer definitely crops such as corn and smal to is on what are based ever, linotype. Must be able of pays in Iron County accord- grains. It is, however ne- to be grown and to some exwork the first three day ing to Wallace D. Sjoblom, cessary for general veget tent on past cropping and week to start. Should the able Iron County Agent. Some crops including potatoes In fertilizer have good knowlege of Enggeneral history. estimates indicate a return Phosphate generally gives to need will aplish and punctuation. Typing you leusually of up to $4. for every $1 the most response on about not necessary. every ply phosphate spent if the proper kind is gumes such as alfalfa anc four years on alfalfa, or in Only those interested in properly applied in the pro- clover crops, but also is us a rotation containing alfalfa permanent employment need per amount. However, farm- ed on vegetable crops. These A general recommendation app!y. ers should understand a few materials can be purchased is about 80 lbs. of available Wages commensurate with fertin a or complete basic rules and apply them singly your ability. Well train you with phospha(e or roughly 200 in using fertalizer to get ilizer such as o of at our expense. treble tripple the first, number showing pounds maximum returns. NiCall 4001. Parowan Times. acre. the percentage of available superphosphate per of fertalizers Three types the second per- trogen, where it is needed, should be applied about eveere generally .used in agri- riittogen, of available phosI will not be responsible at rates from about culture in the west, namely centage ry year for and the any debts except those phorus (phosphate) Nitrogen, . Phosphate, ond the third the percentage of 40 to 80 pounds of available incurred by myself. Potash. Since it has .been nitrogen per acre depending W. Boyde Orton available potash. on the crop, past years difficult to. find soils that are deficient in .potash . in . Three things should be con and whether banr-yar- d PIANO LESSONS: Begin-- ; the state, it generally is mot sidered in deciding what manure has been ap- i f ners or advanced students. I recommended at .the present kind of fertilizer to purch-ae- plied in large quantities. Phone 3951, Parowan time. Nitrogen in ..general V(1) what is needed,, (2) Since these suggestions are is 'mose effective and gives jwhat is the cost per pound r SMALL HOME: For' sale-oMr. Sjoblom invites general, ' ' ' 'the7 'mose. .response, when. of ..available material, and Cxas rent. Carpeted floors, anyone who would like speheat, carport. Phone 2131 cific recommendations to thiswe can active is or art 3911, Parowan. ahcomplisft only, way personal drop-iat his office, in the Jy J '! ' interest in the problem? ' ost .Office building at Ce-- ; FOR SALE: GATES TIRES ' dar City, at any time.-- .. .j-O BW - iBW 8 .DO x 14: 1 'l May I encourage all whQ.read.my colutp, to. join us in the n n 7.40 x 14; 1 "BW 6.T0 x,15r Mrs. Clara Warner, and spring range rides. .Your personal 4ouch in the management and 1 B 6.70 x l5. All neW: of our natural resources Jji greatly needed. You wilL find daughter Marilyn attended a tires at a bargain. See Wood in Miners ' Wedding reception Someone away the rides interesting and youll thrill to '.commune with vill Decker, Parowan, Utah Saturday nght.. They nature via the leather seat method, Conm6 on, guys,, spent Sunday in Beaver beRAWLEIGH BUSINESS fore returning. get oh the band wagon. This, country is yours too . ' NOW OPEN in Iron &- Boa--vT r 1'. iix ' i touch Co. Trade well establishKe.ep Tlie Parowan-Pnguitc- h Lake heard; Wit 7'iU be Sur- LETTERHEADS,' INVOICE ed Excellent opportunity distance by long BLANKS, ENVELOPES The4 Time. Write At ohce. Southwest 6r to Full, veyed April deseydiich' taji.es ALL PRINTED AT new, uwlf Muff Distance ikies" Dept. UTAi 261' Rawleighs Pine Valley knd Hamlih' Valley will be surveyed April THE TIMES OFFICE Now, for only $1.75 or 189, Denver Colo. you 11 to 15. Contact yours truly for more information. In con coll (3) Pays Says County Agent- 10-20-- 5, RANGE RIDES BEGIN: The 1960 spring range rides to make dee trendj county brouse observations and a ground study of the deer winter ranges hav begun.. responsibility. -- Commercial Fertalizer PA1IOWAN TD1ES By v ' . - . J , - . , e: -- ' 1 y-t-- -- 4, -- I f I I I I I I -- - AT SCHOOL?. . '' ' What Im trying to get at through this atvkward a'p- ' proach is? this; Wa fill, ha vea stake in thse ranges of ours country and city folk alike. God gave us this land to use not to abuse. It behooves each one of us to see that the land is not abused by any selfish activities of man. The ;) 1 er - 0 J -- !, the country, anywhere except Alaska or Hawaii, and talk for three wonderful minutes at the station rote or nighttime oiion-ton Sunday (plus federol excise tax). u RUSSET POTATOES No. 2's Mountain States Telephene J t ...THE WORLD'S BEAM y , uviA fe. FINEST BOURBON SINCE 1795 AT OUR PIT OR DELIVER. ED EACH WEDNESDAY. CALL NORMAN DAY 2286 or 2663 COMPLETE COVERAGE IN Like - Automobile (FARM BUREAU INS.) FIRE INSURANCE See A. Hills Orton COPPERS TRAFFIC COP Removing ore and waste rock from Kennecotts Bingham Canyon Mine is an enormous job. During an average day it means transporting about 270,000 tons of material from the mine over an intricate 185mile system of tracks. Parell A Stowe ABSTRACTERS LICENSED Affiliaie.l with SECVHITY TITLE CO. CTC, the abbreviation for Central Traffic Control, is Coppers Traffic Cop. It is a complex, electronically operated system being installed to achieve the greatest possible efficiency and safety in moving ore and waste. Olfice at Caurt Ilonse, Parowai -- For the Rest I N CTC, which includes an elaborate system, will show the location of equipment, determine which .rail lines are free to handle traffic, and take care of all switching . . . automatically, from a central point. "WBI a. .1 In All S U l( Kinds Of ANCE LIFE AUTOMOBILE FIRE SURETY BONDS - radio-telepho- ne -- See jiM Beau, CLAIR ROWLEY tj'straibht Kentucky-- BOURBON WHISKEY t Ilf m 'J . JANES a BEAHRiyiuiNC The investment of more than a million dollars in central traffic control is one of many examples at Kennecott of improvements developed to keep copper production a sound, successful business in Utah. W CTW!ilT!l QJ TT7 WATER WELLS! FOR NEW LOW TRICES CONTACT FLOYD HASTINGS 1 HURRICANE, UTAH ALL WORK GUARANTEED Utah Goppsr Division Eennocott Copper Corporation PROUDTO BE PART OF Worthy of GROWING UTAH A , Only Beam tastes like Beam. Only Beam tastes so good. Your Trust , 86 PROOF BOURBON KENTUCKY STRAIGHT lAMES B. BEAM WHISKEY DISTILLING CO., CLERMONT, KENTUCKY 'J3332ZEI i I No. 87VJ- -1 M liars e. ! 77-- Job i r.spajKTi 1960 tteiss and cotipj SPARE TIME MONTHLY $400.00 Refilling and collecting money from our high grade candy, nuts and gum machines in this area. No selling! To have car, references, $600, to $1900. cash. Secured by inventory. Devoting 7 hours quahfy for worK you must a week to business your end of percentages of collections will net up to $400. month, ly with very good possibilities of taking over full time. Income increasing according, ly . For interview include phone,, write P.O. Box 1055, Boise, Idaho.