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H , pAQg FOUR. raOW COIMTY RHCQRP. CUPAR CITT. UTAH. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920.
Iron County Record
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I mt FRIDAY, JUNE 18, I920.
I ZION-GRAND CANYON HIGHWAY CONVENTION
i, . TT'HE purpose of the Zion Pnrk-Grand Canyon
m'j X. Highway Convention to be held at Hurricane
p tomorrow is the linking of two of nature's
;,( wonderlands. It ought to encourage the promoters
M of this splendid project to realize that not only the
l states of Utah and Arizona, but also the nation it-
m ' self is back of them. There is on foot a great move
M to link all the parks by a National Park-toPark High-
M On the 25th of August the National Park-to
m Park Highways Association will send out from Uen-
M ' ver an expedition for the purpose of laying out this
H greatest of all scenic routes. Such men as John Bar-
M j ton Payne, Secretary of the Interior, Stephen T.
H ? Mather, Director of National Parks, Knd A. L. West-
M y gard, field representative of the American Automo-
B jj bile Association are among the backers of this
fl I movement.
H It is good to realize that our local affairs arc
H in the hands of men who see and will meet this na-
H ' lional need of a park-to-park road. The delegates
H in tomorrow's convention will do their work the bet-
H ' ter for knowing it is for a whole nation they are
H .' planning and building. The solid citizens will back
H ' their delegates more willingly if they can be made to
H realize that the eyes of the nation are on them, that
B they are adding the most important link alo the
m National Park-to-Park Highway.
H All Arrowhead Trail boosters will be glad to sec
mm the Grand Canyon made accessible to their territory.
All boosters for the Grand Canyon Highway will be
equally pleased to find the way opened for them to
Zion Canyon. The short but truly marvelous scenic
loop, holding in its circle Bryce's canyon, the Grand
canyon and Zion Park is destined to become one of
America's greatest attractions.
For those who do not care for the national aspect
of the move there is the cheering thought of the
clinking dollars that will roll along this highway into
their open pockets. Every dollar you spend on this
road, Mr. Farmer or Mr. Businessman, will come back
to you in the ready sale of your products. The
strain of road building will last only a few weeks or
months, but the stream of dollars tapped thereby will
flow for the rest of your natural lives. The man who
hesitates when called upon to help open this channel
to the national river of tourist cash, is kicking good
money out of his path. This is the appeal the pro
ject makes to the money-grubbing instinct in each of
us. But there is some compelling reason for this
highway for every sort of human mind. It remains
only for the highway boosters to get the facts before
the people of the towns involved.
HARDING AND COOLIDGE
IN choosing this team to head thejr ticket, the
Republicans have come down to brass tacks. Not
prestige, not military glamour, not picturesque West
ern aggrcssixeness determined their choice, but the
solid, simple dependable ability to think straight and
to get things done. Harding is called a dark horse,
but he was a national figure long before the campaign
started. If any one thing distinguishes Coolidge from
the crowd, it is his unhesitating Americanism. They
arc a capable pair on a sensible platform.
WE'LL TELL THE WORLD
ON the front page we reprint a plea for wider and
more persistent advertising of Zion canyon. Some
tourists are quoted in the article as 'claiming that
they did not hear of Zion canyon in Saint George or
Beaver as they passed through. Usually such state
ments are made by people who like to spear the
listener with startling, painful exaggerations and
watch him squirm. However, it is certain that what
ever mention may have been make of the park, did
not have the proper kick to it, or the travellers
would have been sufficiently impressed to go and see
it. lhis matter ought to be taken up, not only by the
Salt Lake Commercial Culb but by the clubs of Cedar
City, Saint George and Beaver, and by every other
town along the Arrowhead Trail. They should see
that every hotel and transportation agency along the
way has plenty of attractive and convincing literature
and good road maps and guides that give full infor
mation. Mr. King's program as outlined in his article is a
good one, although the advisability of renaming the
Arrowhead Trail, calling it the Zion Canyon Highway
is doubtful, as energetic advertising will accomplish
the same end, and we will have two potent adver
tising names to conjure with instead of. only one.
' THE Record scribe hereby offers a new, up-to-date
atlas of the world, showing all the wet coun
tries, as a prize to the man who will suggest the most
fitting punishment for those Hun-complexioned
criminals who shoot up road signs.
H ' S FRIENDS! NEIGHBORS! COUNTRYMEN! V 2
M U Lend me your earsi I come to praise iKk Let us have loyalty! ..
H town of ours. Loyally to our town a good personal business
H ,, I come to ask your loyalty to iL to every soul fn tKe community. Every dollar you
B K IvJ.ttomtemtyouinbsoEdity,inrJ sperJ 1 makes uSe mm you spend it with the
l lolklanVoranthepeororihkoaiamaAylollie ne able to spend roney v vou for the thbs
H ",' j .1 . l r l ii l P"1 have lo J'. whether you sell bvestock.dry-
RW ? end "' "t" xtcim shall be more prosperous . ,',,,, .
j :fi ,, . goods, potatoes, butter or the labor 01 your hands.
M ' i , , . i i Sending money to the big city, except where
Up at the comet uVouNa day loghead J, be avo, is helping uSelg city and mak
H one of OUR FOLKS relate with much setf-satisfac- kag the wrxJe people of the big city tlat much more
H J & the fact that he had just recerved aece d prosperous. Let's keep the money in our own town
H EOlsfromabgdryrnailmlruJwruch,he and make ourselves more prosperous. The big
H claimed, cost him a few nickels less than he could town never does anything for our community save
H buy it in this good old town of ours. to milk it.
H An editor's sliekles are hard-earned, but I This town and neighborhood is our home.
H have one to spare to bet that this neighbor rcaDy llcre we are bringing up our families and educating H
H lost money if he figured on the charges and unseen them. Here is where our happiness lies. Here is 1
H costs. He paid the freight, whichever way it was also where our duty Ces a duty to do eeryth!ng
H ' shipped He bought on faith, and faith at a dis- in our power to advance the interests of our home
H . tance is not a sensible thing these days of shoddy and community.
H material and incompetent if high-priced, workman- This editor belie es that he can serve his home '
H , vy ship. He had no chance to first examine (be goods community in no better way than by urging e cry
B ' contained in his order. If the goods are damaged, man and woman to patronize the merchants of this
H v" he must return them to a distance and take chances town. Therefore, beginning today, this newspaper
H on getting his money bjck after a long period, and wiD print a series of important aitides on loyalty to
H ;' perhaps after long quibbling. All this takes time our town loyalty to ourselves. We believe that
H V days and weeks whereas at home he would every subscriber will find them interesting, woruV
H never have picked a dunaged, or poor, or distaste- while reading.
H if ful piece of goods. Yours truly,
BALT LAKE MINING ENGINEER
IS UNANIMOUS SELECTION OF i
REPUBLICAN DELEGATION. '
Native of Utah Who Has For Year;
Been Active Worker Succeeds
Senator Smoot as Republican
Annnunccmrjiit that Ernest Ham
berger, Salt Lake mining engineer, linn
boon clioson Jlepulillcnn nntlonal coin.
mittciMiinn for Uttih, has met with the
approval of leading Ilepubllcnns
of the .Mute, according to Informa
tion ri'rolvod by this office. Mr. Bam-,
bfrj,'fr vbs jflvon the unanlmoua votei
of tlit- Utah Itoptihllcan delegation ati
tliHr first munis held In Chicago be
fore tlit convoiitlon. The newly I
elected nullonul cominltteeinun stic
ceed.s Senator Heed Smoot, who has
been holding the dl.stlngnlHhcd office J
for ellit yeur.s.
Senator Sutoot Is said to huve In
formed tho I'tali delegation upon its
arrival In Chicago that ho could not
accept the appointment nn national
coiniiiliieeman again. The selection of'
Air. Hambcrger Immediately followed.
It Ik the belief of Jtepubllcun lead
ens ilmiiiglinut the state that tho
Ulnli delegation mnde a wise solec- j
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tlon In choosing Mr. Bamberger. Those
who have closely followed the politi
cal activities of the mining man de
clare the honor given him by the dele
gation is a result of his untiring ef
forts for Republican principles. Mr.
Bamberger Is also chnlrman of the
ways and means committee for tho
Republican state organization.
Mr. Bnmhergcr was born In Sntt
Lako find Is 42 years of nge. Ele lias
always taken an active and lendlug
part In state nud national Republican '
politics. During the campaigns of '
1012 nud 1010 ho was a wry ncthe
worker on tht Ilepubllcan' finance
During the war, the new committee
man was chnlrmnu of the district I
draft board, later being sent to Wash
ington, I. C, where he was placed at
the head of the chemlcul division of
aircraft sen Ice in the l .-. nrm.x. He
hud direct charge of the buying of till
chemicals needed In the army for the,
nlr fcorvlce. Shortly after the signing I
of the armistice he leiurncd to Suit
l.uke, wliefe he hn. taken a very '
active interest in educational move
ments, at the present being it member'
of tho board of regents of the Unl-1
verfclty of Utah.
Indications that Ttepnbllcnn candi
dates over the entire nation will be
carried to victory next November by ,
an uvaluuchi) of votes is predicted by
Krncst llaluberger, Hull Lake mining
engineer, who hus recently been
chosen Itepubllcun natlonnl committee
man for rtnh. Mr. Unmbergor has
Just returned from Chicago, where he
has been in conference with many
men of national prominence, both
politically and In the business world.
".Ml Indications point to a Republi
can victory," said Mr. Bamberger
shortly after his arrival In Salt Luke.
"The selection of our standard benrer.
and the confidence which I have since
beard voters oxpress In him, leads me
to lnllee that our next president will
not be a Democrat."
In speaking of the Republican con
vention Mr. Bamberger declared that
harmony seemed to be paramount In
nil occasions Thousand of voters
ho said, had received enlightenment on
subjects of vital Interest to the na
tion, as a result of action taken at
the convention. Braise for the plat
form upon which the Republican can
didates will go before the voters wns
given by the Salt Lnke man
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