``" T “ Increased Property Tax Construction

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Tier* ia ■ i^ompcriinn «(
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tr tf fic
f s U l i t i c i a i o f iliik
r f t U f o r 1961 a n d 1960
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Uftslc
f
V * lle r
for
int
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Id ah o , 1960
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■ED nw
K m p 1951
Tflrhirtn S»fe; M agic V alley, I960
Be CaVrful!
M agic Valley, 1961
A R e g io n a l N e w sp a p e r S e r v i n g
UfflcliJ
-^ i:i2 rK > r2 7 3
C o u o iy
Ot Unemployed
Set Last Month
H e v e l in
20 y e a r s ,
N o v e m b e r 'l o
w o rk
a n d
th r e e
j l .s o
lo o k in g
lim e s -m o re
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th e
K o v e n i n 'i o i i t
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in
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TIV IN F A T l S, ID A H O , F R I D A Y , J A N U A R Y l.X
''" TI “
PRJCB 5 CENTS
Increased iProperty
Tax
i
n
t
t
P m B Q S e d jb y -S m ^ d l^ ^
Construction
of
w ii.s
B O IS L ,
d c p a n m c iU
a i 'i d
s itu a tio n
m illio n
- r l
ot
Mcnibcr
Auitir Uureau ~o} Clroulationa
.-A»>-olaJ^J P r « » ■nc' Unitwl Preia lnlernat(oc*t
1961
F ro m
lu it
w h ifh
jo b
Irrigated Idaho, Counties
N'ine
».ad____
N ew * paper
ed .
p e r-
b e e r
th a t
w o rth
■ " ----------------—‘—
o f
p io jjra m ,
T^r'a Area Diivei­
ls Fined for
Sjieed Count
Jan .
to
1.1 (.■T'l—
a id
th e
in
im n u - tlia to
c o n s tr u L ’l i o i i
ko
tlo v .
llia i
R o b o r t
I m jiiK -iiijr
a
p ro je c ts
in
tlie
iSiiiylie Plans
Draw Fire iii
Idaho House
lie
n e x t
c o n s tru c iio n
K . S n i,\ l i o
c o iu s ir u ftio ii
p m l
nl
d ecade.
c t)u l(I
be
to d a y
p i-u K " ra in
u f
H r
a
th a t
w h i c l i w m ild
ilu '
c o st
l o n ; ; - r a n u ( - ‘ jn 'O K r a m
re e o n n n e n d c d
u n d e rta lie n
as
u se
q u ic k ly
be retired wilh revenue nC'
Icruin;^ lo ilie biiildin.!: fund.
a s
o f
s la te
iiU -c n d G d
ta x
p la n s
^
iu c rtn v s e
:> 7 .1 1 5 .0 0 0
to
in
o n
n e x t
a c c o m p lis h
a n tic ip a tio n
a n d
ta x e s
th e
n o te s
in
c ig a re tte s
y e a r s .’ H e
a b o u t 27
s p e c if ic a tiim .s a r e
...... ^ ....................
) M 'o p e r t y ,
tw o
s u g g e s t­
m illio n
f in a n c iiip ;
th e
r e a d v .^ T jic
d o l l a r s " '^
b u ild in g
'
n o t e a j V D u l d _______-
^
1 S n iy h e miulo hi.s pmpos'il.s In n
The tig Dwetnber rise lifte d Ihr.
jS l-patJP n1p.s.sii;;r , di.vribinnl lo
national Jobless rate to 6.8 p e r c c n t;
m e n ^ b e r s o l t l i e i d n ) K ' s i a i o U 'r L s coiupM'd
lla tu r e , wmdlm- u p :!u‘ .si*;'ond
I vcmbef' ’T*'*’ " 'c a n t th a t 68 ol
jw6e k of nii'lr 19R1 .s(‘.ssiv)n. He d id ’
[-5„ jy 4 ,IKWmen,-women a n d - iu«ii- ■— — J[—V
not ren d ttic inc.ssaBC in person.
I ajets to the labor lorce w ere lookMike W. Hughes, 902 Second
■ S in y lie loUl n i’\\.'im e n h e d id n o i j
p taj tor lobs last m onth.
-avenue w est, n s f in e d $20 anil
IIO ISK , , h i n . i:! ( U P D — T h e s e n a te to d ay g a v e it s u n a n •n n T u r
i
.n
^
r c R a r d hi.s .siiK'-r.sUoiW fo r in x In k The December Jobless flRiire eosi.s and a.sslBncd 30 dem erits lii
a u i b E . J a n . 13 m i l - ( , 0 V. R o b - ryeasi-s
rv e asc.'^ ii,s
i\,s n
n viiiiaiioii
v iu la lio u ol
of his
hU e
e aa rrn
lie
e rr'iin
^ o u .s 4LMI. a p p i'iiv a l lo a bill to p ro v id e ex te n d e d u n e m ­
Inmiie It virtually certain
th a t Twm Pall.s policc co\ii-t Friday tor
E. b m y l i e s pruDosal l o bon.st ' . t a t c r . i n u t h a i , h o w o n ld n.sk fo r
I when President-Elect J o h n P .'d riv in g 50 miles nn h o u r in -a 35lo pay loi. a lon^-rrtiiK O
boosls. Ht‘ .said Uir.l pjed:?p - p lo
, y m e n, t b e n e f i t s f ,a .s, te r fo r th
. e s t a l e 's u n e m p lo y ed . S e ni.I Kciinedy takes office Ja n . 20, tiiere mile zone. He was c i te d on Ada p i ^ r o v c d , b y un an in io u .s VOICG VOte, tw o j o i n t
y\ I.aoliaii pilot g e ts Into one of tlje I’. S. supplied T-G observation bnildiiij; program toiichi.-d ofl nn „p p iied to opt'raiinK casLs of t h e '
I will be some 6.6 million A m c n o n n s ' dLsnii avenue west on M onday
ae.d clebnie bi l iMdiilw. house o f' ,,ovenim vH l and n:>i liuUdlni;.
'm e m o ria ls d e s i g n e d to h e lp th e d ei)re9 se d lu m b e r m a r k e t s
Junempl^ed.
I Williiuu J. Curtei-, PUer. was plaine.s befjtrc (uUliip o ff from VleiiUan.* airp o rt to s rafc and \\nm\y
n laliv cs lp(li:y
T h e c.-.vr,-,w suRgested e.slabI Economists consider qn u ii e m - , flnod $20 and cosLs a n d given 25 pr«*ccnnmiinl,sl l*atcl Lao forces and (‘apt. Konj; Lc'ji rebel forccs In : repAtlMtime.s
o f th e N o r t h w e s t . O n e a.sked c o n g re s s to c o n sid e r m a k in s r
it
cn.ss(-d
pn.-ty
lines
^ni
of
a
pvlortly
ay.stcm
for
______J______
______
T h e venture u s h e re d in a new era of a i r war In th e c u rr e n t
I ployment rate nbove live p e r cenf dcm eiits by FikT
u s tic e of
the
,ln i^n o l-n o o rst» lo '”e n ito n tw ,s .
, , „ i h of ooM true- u n ifo rm f r e i s h t ra te .s a n d th e , o th e r ask ed im m e d ia te a t ­
I a symptom of wenkjipss in ilip Pe
Peacc V. A. Aljj.son t h i s week for.
strife. (AT uircp h o to via radio from Tokyo)
men au.-r dlsctis.™n of th e pi-o-',n„n an d .«ld l>e would vrto any te n tio n lo t h e p ro b le m o t ra is in g U . S. im port, d u t i e s o n
lecoiiom j. J a n u a ry u s u iilly
.m.m , s p e e d in g 75 m iles on h o u r In a 5 5 - i
pn.sal. Chairm an Goornc L Cn»ok ich cd u 'o which did not pluce the
lu m b e r an d w ood p r o d u c t s
lu n em p lo jrae n t BO >'p b y a b o u t - o n e m ile s o n e . H is c ita tio n w a s si.sn ed
' ' “ " ‘■'"l N a in p .1 .Slate ,>ciiaol a n d the Id a h o
million..
by S tate Patrolman Jnrm cs Gerko.
w ith th o 3 e -o I,_ C n n a tla ._____
om, t e
^“ “ ''" " 'i n d u s t r i a l ira.nii.g s.-booi a t S t.
I The total number of job h oldois
j^ rry Jonc.s. T«-in’ Fall.';, wa.s
M e a n tim e , six b ills w e r e .
;I
j
' A n th o n y in llic lo p ii.wltirais.
Jropped by 1,173,000 In D cccm -! fined S15 and costs a n d given
The g o v e rn o r has p ro p a s e d a - w i t h tiirap rXLonllons lie sa-lri
in tro d u c e d lii th e h o u s e , in {’
bcr. a greater than seasonal de-Jdem erits by JudRC A llison Wcdeluding
a
measuie
to
require
tim
e
cline.
; nesday for a stop s ig n violation.
and one-half pay for women who
The report showed th a t the His citation wa.s .slKiied by StiUo
work more than a 40-hour week.
number of Jobs declined in D ccom - Patrolm an John Wray,
A bill to raise the minimum drlv,
bcr In all 21 m nnuIaclurinR inArvld
F. -Petcr.son.
47. Burley.
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I.K O P O I .D V I L L K . th e Coiigo, ,la n . i;M /P )--C o iig o le .se
brin:r.s
in
nn
o.sti
Inj age lo 10 aivanced to Mondustry groups U bulated by the was fUied S15 and co.st.s by Jud<;e ,so|i|ici-s w m r e iio l- te ii to h a v e m u tin ie d lo d a v a t th e c a m p
RovernuVs proposals uhcni
ASTORIA. O r e . Jan. 13 fUrD-A d.ny's third-reading, calendar and-.... —
...... ............... nn JnuUod 3.5 nillllon dolliirs per biongoing 60 m
in l lr s per hour ,..i „ , „ „
■
t , . -........................'
labor depnrLnient,
Crane for colnR
'
he ro.>iP on a nointornpr.soiMil
e .\- l’i-oinicr
I ’a
lr ic-e
'e L u m u m b a i.s im p i- is o n o d - a n ( l iLVe ”
Manufncturliiff em ploym ent In.st in n 45-mile
H e ii-so was w hi'i'c t'-'i-l're
m ic r P
a lric
GQP
he- mUcI he. had bcenjhowllnp g a le -b ro k e -u p --a -re s c u e one 'bill was ptis-sed.
in fo rm ed that tlic niajorlty of- the attempt In t h e Pacific off the Both houses received- the gover­
month toliilcd 16,846.000. T liis w as, lined $12 an d costs lor a stop sign.-WUU-runioi-.t .sH-ept t h e c a p ita l th a t L i i m u m h a 'I i r f l 'e e r T f i o ' executive.
Iririslators
di.saKife
with him; and mouth of the Colum bia river, ienv- nor's special mes.*(^^ on building
JM.OOO lw« W an lii N o v e m b e r a n d v io la tio n . B o th c ilj\tio n .s w e re I-'-- ,s o ld ie r ,s i - e p o r t p d l y l o c k e d u p t h e i r o f f i c e r s a t C a m p H a r c l v i " f’ ' I'"® pre.senlcd a b o l d a m i
ad d e d :
inp one man d e a d , six missing and shortly after conv^ing this m orn­
■‘I f . . . it is your decision to feared drow ned and four small
°
“ '" ^ ‘" | a f t e r a rio t o v e r p a y . E x c ito n io n t .s w e p t L eopoldville a t [ ^ S ^ ' f l o r T e l a y t r ' e r u c . "
ing.
rp
ta
in
the
tax.
tlien
the
revenue
ve.sspls
lost, th e coast guard said
Gommentlng on th e u p w a rd , G race w . Long. 38. 271 Borah!*^^^''S t h a t l.i m iu m b a m a y aj?an i be a t li b e r t y . F e r r y b o a t s bulldlnR n eed s at our .state instir.uThere was little debate in the
(rcndof Joblessness since la st M ay,I avenue ave.st, was fin e d $13 a n d ja c ro s s th e Con^ro l ^ i v e r a t B ra z z a v ille , in th e f o r m e r • tions diiring the next bi-nnium . of 3.5 million dollars derived from today.
_aennle over parage ol .the_thre».^
Ihnb s.‘ ur(;c should w ithout jiMCflSeymour Wolfbein. deputy assist- iCOMs and asslRnPd 25 dcm crit.s in
Four of the m h sin g men were measures, and that which w as adI'rench Cotw>, were pueked ‘«'■'
"'“I'
int secretary of labor, srild: ' ‘T h e T uln Falls police coui*t Thursday'
^
meet the long-rantic brilldlnit Mon b e rfedlcnled to meeting -our coastguardinen. One m an washed vant\ed was ,i^ll iavorable.
th ro u jth o u t
th e
d a y
w ith
enl bnint of this is being taiccn for drlvlnR 38 miles an hour in a I
a.shore oiv the b e a c h alive..
needs of o u r state (turlng tlie next b u ild in g necci.v
Senate President Pro-Tem A. Vt,
Sm.vlio, propo.^cd th e tax in)y the factory production w o rk er.” 25jjilie zone.
The 30-foot c r a b boat Mermaid (Tony) Naegle, R., Bonneville,
E iM 'o p G a n s a n d C o i ip r o l e s e .
10 years a n d beyond."
crriuses;
^
He said Ih&t from a peak la st
She was cited on M a-in aVcnue
Hansen n o te d tJiat Smylip p ro ­
and three coast guard vessels, 52. carried th e unemployment bill. He
Tlic flurry was symptomatic of
A o n e-ce n t boost, to six cenLs, in 40 nfnd 36 feet w e re lost.
February, the number of Jobs In north W edntsday,
the uneasiness in this capital posed a "w ide range of revenue
said If I t M e d to pass, people,
the t a x on cigarettes; ^ probable
iteel, one of the weakest in d u s P. G olden Jensen, 6 2 . Jerome,
Stormy co n d ltlo m with winds in thot were entitled to unemploy­
whenever Lumumba Is mentioned. sources to finance the building rev en u e per biennium, 1.2 million
rlM In the latter p a rt of 1960, was fined $25 and costs a n d given
program."
excess of 50 m ile s per hour ham p­ ment benefits would s o t get^ them
There was no official confirma­
d
ollars.
Iropped by 200,000.
25 dem efits Friday by J e ro m e Ju s ­
until AprU.
Minority Lefider C. H. Hit?er. D.. B o o st, from $3,10 to $4,65 p er ered search e ffo rts today.
tion that Lumumba actually is
tice of the Peace Leo T e rrill for
T h e m issing cdastgUardsmen
The measure, tald Nti,egle, v aa
free. Telephone lines were cut to Gem, took Smylie to task fo r procrossing over a double w h ite line. UNITED NATIONS, N . Y.. J a n Thysvllle. w here Camp <Mardy Is po.slng use o f a 7.3 million dollar b a rre l, th e tax on b eer; probable were among t h e si» crewmembers responsive to need. ' '
\
rev en u e, one million dollars.
He was c ite d by State P atro lm an 13 lift — U. N. S ecretary-G eneral situated.
of the, 52-footj vessel Triumph
Sen, 'R . H. (BlUl
general fu n d surplus. to balance
In c re a se stalewlde property la x
M arvin S. -Wrmht.
(Conlinned «n P ifi !. Column B)
.yhich w^nt io ^ th e .a lcUPfJbft;,'
Dag Hamrnarakjold flew back from
Lumumba
was
locked
up
-In
su fficien tly to bring in two ntimo'n maid late y e s te r'd a y jg a a • _
Billy L. Ohesley, 20, B u rle y , w w Africa today lo a n sw e r Soviet
blit would ^better .sirve two ways.-.
d o llars.
fined $17 a n d costa by B u rle y Ju s ­ chargets th a t Vio h e lp e d Belgium Camp H ard y Deo. 2 .' He waa r e ­
struck the coast. T he Trium ph WM He explained that It would allow
d u rin g an abortive a t In addition, Smylie said a. bill called after th e 40«footer whieh
tice of th e Peace Alfred C ra n e P rl- o r g a ^ e an attack on p ro -Lumum - captured
lliA i^xtenslnn of lipnnflts-fm in-3tt_ _____________
-gtv iag -tiio ^tal^ltl« M » -u n « laii
earlier, had th e M errnSwrin \tow toSO weeks the fi^t of any month
'orcesH iT-the-C oninr-fTtm rttre-j-Iioira’ SGnlcyvIIIe:
___B Q I f lE ^ a n ^ 3 - tf l 7 — ^3en. p ro p erty , w'hlch Is n o w before th e was pounde4 b y high seas and r a U « !jlw n jflu iirtn lj!jji4 to
tlon. He was cited Joy S t a t e Patrol­ fcH
neighboring U. N. tr u s t territory
While th e - pro-commxinlsr e x ^ Don Fredcrlckscn, P., C o d in g ,, iiouse, would raise ab o u t _$400.0QQ oskedlor'-help.------=■
m an P rank Mo^en.sen. •
charges courd'far'the flM dfthifl
of Ruanda-Urundl.
IDAHO FALLS, Jan . 13 tflW T be
prcmier-ha5-bcen brooding in Jail
said' yeH erday a'blll he in tr o ­ in' th '^'tw o -y ear p eriod beginning
G erald S, Marciinnt. route X
tomio energy commission says 23 Burley, forfaited d S15 bond in Aftcr-.vlslts to th e “ CoSgo Anff his followers have taken control
duced In th e senate to Intended
South
Africa.
Hammarskjold
abanm were exposed to ra d ia tio n R upert pplice court W ednesday for
Stanley B ergm an, Ilwaco, Wash.
doned plans to pn nn >n Tnrfia-awt. of Oriental and Kivu province s- -flpedfieiilly tU make It poasiiilo lin g .Ite m .
fter last week's explosion o f a jH inning-ft-«top-6l|
T h e state also could, h e said,
and tRrusl into north Katanga.
for Gooding cout\ty to m a in ta in
,One o! the. m issin g coastguardmen
irrlea bock for the :ontlnuaU on
ia\m iKiiuWi. bviL ntine ia h o s “safely
assign
$800,000
of
th
e
bien­
(Continued on Pag* 2, Colum n I)
The Lufliiimba rebels now control
Niagara Springs park in the
w a s ja k e n on t h e Mermaid after
of council -debate on th e Congo.
laflzed and checkupa "show no
nial p ro fits from th e state liquor
more than-one-third of the C ongo;
Ti\Q council besan debate yes­ and'have stro n g support In o th e ri Snake river canyon as a public dispensary to the p e r m a n e n t the Ti'lumph's to w line snapped
— Inlcftl symptoms."
park.
and It capsized. Three others ot
terday
on
a
Soviet
co
m
p
lain
t
th
a
t
building fund without undue risk.'
The blflsl on the AEC’s eas'tcrn
areas.
He said th e park, above C Itai
Belgium helped troop;i» of Col,
Top priority In th e proposad the Triumph's c re w were missing
!iho testing station Ja n . 3 killed
Ial:es,
was
built
and
approved
’
Lumumba
took
over
as
the
Con­
Joseph Mohwtu, Uie Congo arm y
$7,415,000 worth of construction and two others w ash ed ashore, one
ree young servicemen. T h e com dead.
chief, m ount an a tta c k from R u- go's first p rem ier June 30 w h e n ' with pdvate funds. He sal I his
Uilon said In yesterday's r e p o rt 1
(Contlnu.d on P .r . 2, Column O
blU
would
authorize
counMe^
*.0
the Belgians granted the colony)
Dead was B oatsw ain Mate 1/cl.
F inal arrangements w e re ex­ anda-Urundl Jan. 1 a g a in s t troopa Independence. In hLs inaugural' levy up to one-eighth if a mill
at one of the victims lived m o r e '
B R U % srrj“
John Culp, 32, H am m ondi.O re. En- —T H e .r J '° W ^ u e ot parliam ent
two hours after the explosion. pected to be made F rid a y after­ holding th e Congo’s Klvu Prdv- speech he accused the Belgians o f ' in taxes to maintain park.^ and
Ince
for
Mobutu's
prisoner,
deposed
glneman 3 /ci:'G 6 rd o n E. Huggins, aps*l
noon on th e purchase o f a 65The 23 men were exposed t o
today th e governrecreational
arg^u.
Inflicting sufferings on the Congo-'
22, Vancouver, W ash,, was f9und mei‘y "(ittsterlty program ,. ta rg et_ V.
acre tra c t southeast o f Twin Premier Patrice Lunfiumba, The
dlation-while woUclng In re la y
He said if the bill is en acted
ie^e people f o r -80 years.
t
In a stote of s h o c k on the Woshr, of|i;', i!6-day-oId general strik e
Falls to be used as an in d u stria l Lumumblst rebels rep elled the a t ­
wna to recover the bodies of th e
Within a few days, the Congo-' “We are convinced we can take
Ingston side of t h e mouth of the a t'r .i'b y the socialists. Later ap ­
pork site, according to ■William tack.
ctlma and assess the damafie I n care of this locally without the
Diplomatic sources sa id they ex­ lese army m utinied against c o n - ,
Columbia rlvei:.
G range, secretary-m anager of
proval byj the senate. Is considered
de the cylindrical reactor b u lld state
entering
thi
p
lcfn
e."
the Tw in .Palbi C h am b er of pected Ceylon. Liberia and the tlnued com m and by Belgian offi­
The coast g u a r d Identified Its
t
cers,
Lum
umba's
opponents
charge
i
United
Arab
Republic
to
submit
Commerce.
lallats opposed-the planfour missing m en as John 8. HoA spokesman .said the mpn w ill
T he Industrial division of the a resolution critical to th e Belgian he liiclted tlie army to rise. The
Jian, 27, boats\\»nln mate 2/cl., In- httte^;, sayUig severe cuts in so-___ 1
Obnhiy have to stay away fro m
mutiny crea ted panic aixiong the
An e r r o r In, cnlculating„tha-ton.::J■dependenoorMOTTroreph E. Petrhi; elE l-^.'eiiare-sen ices-an a-h lg h er
'
Harold action.
diatlon iourccs for lengths of cham ber, of wiiich
tatlve co u n ty budget w as sinnouiic- 21, ..englneman ■ 3/cl„ R e n t o n , taxes will fall heavleit on
me that will varv with th e ir to ta l _.H ove..ls^lmLrmttD,,waiJa.uthor-- ^^TtalH 6aid-U
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nriH “‘if-^?™
• hpu niiU.
rniinti-t;
\n
cd T h u rsd a y by C ounty Clerk Wash.; Gordon P . Sussex, 21, sea­ •workers..
TWSUre?— =—
^ ized by chamber d ire c to rs to be., drawn to attract th e lai-gest and they q u it the country in
Thom as W. Stivers, ex-oltlclo audi­ man, Bellevue, Vyash.. and R alph
PrpmliX-GaatanJEyskens-lnslstedposable vote and would be milder droves.
purchase the property.
Dosages In the 23 ranged fro m
tor of t h e county c o m m ta lnii.,The- -B;— Mace; 10, ‘s eam an, Vastion, aiis(crlty Is, necessary -tp- offset
The Congo th e n appealed lo Uie
. Hovouint.Prt ^h a t ft natio n fllthfin the demand.s-Soviet Deputy
to 27 roentRcnfi. a u n it of r a d ierror r a is e s Ihe budget total to S2,- Wash,
Jos^.o£jev<inuq-[rom-.the-Gopgo.United N ations for help. Luinum1
Foreign
Minister
V
alerian
A.
Zor­
ly-know
business
has
b
e
g
u
n
neloa measurement. T h e A C _ co n -j
123,508.
“ ............ “" -■............
iJiTTlcroonded ' withdrawal of Bel­
In the senate, Eyskens' conserv-,
Rotitftions to r a tra ctn f-T o u r'to in m ade' ta -the council. ' ' '
dcr.7'12' per’ ycai'. oF three p e r
ih l s Is a $2,100 Increase over the
gian troops. O n July 20 Lumumba
.atlvo coalition of. social .C hristians ~
larter; the permissible lim it, b u t six acres. Plans include roads
S'HOSHONE, 'Ja n . 13
S ev eral $2,121,468 total announced Wednessaid he was ready to ask for 8o-'
and liberals has asu b stan tlal m s and
a
railroad
siding
a
t
t
h
e
site
says a man might reccive a
vlet help In stsablliitng the counU'y. bottles of blood were broken a t 5:20 day. a n d will show a n Sll.l)04 InOt
And still ha-ve a 50-50 which ,l5 presently farm lan d , he
'■' . shortly before the vote, n m ass
-T^vo-dfly3" la ter-JT e'* le frto r'‘lhe p. nr.-Tliur«day-whcn-«-Red-:ero: creose o v e r tfii IDOO figure.
ju ld ed r-----------------------------------laiicc Df.£Urvivfngj— ■
— —--------- -S tiv e rs explained th e error came
meeting of socialist political leodUnited S tates and Canada in bloodmobile tru c k rolled over eig h t
Fourteen men roI between 3 a n d
miles
north
o
f
Richfield
ons
ta
te
to
lig
h
t
Thursday
w
hen
he
was
search of aid. He discovered that
.';rs Is.sued a thinly veiled call for
2 r. six got between 12 and 25,
recheckin; figures In the new
the West plan n ed to channcl all highway 26,
a' lederated Belgium , spilt into
Id three had doses of move th a n
The driver. Lee Roy Jones, budget, approved W ednesday by
.separate French-speaking an d ;
its Congolese aid through the
• Iho AEC said .,
Boise,
was
n
o
t
Injured.
According
the
T
w
in
Falls
county
commission,
Flemish states.
United N ations.'
to S tate-P atro lm an William VttlV Flist calculations of tlie amount
^.cek, the agency said th e
A meeting ot Namur o t 400. so­
LOS ANOELES, Jan , 13 Ueiy i^.e
Dyke. Shoshone. J o n e s w asn 't budgeted tor salaries an d expenses
‘fee victims were killed by th e
cialist- - members—ol—porljomenti—
BOISE.
Ja
n
.
13
W—T
h
e
Idaho
MACON, G b „ Jan, 13 (ffl— A legal
a ir force ■loday-cialmcd 'slx-'world
traveling
fa,it,
b
u
t
when
he
h
it
th
e
ml
received doses _ o I
for
the.
Justice
of
th
e
peace
sys­
p
r
o v i n c i a l repreJentotlves an d
Municipal league, spokesm an for
_
road's shoulder, he apparently lost tem In t h e county caused the error, speed records for Its B58 Hustler bui;jomn5ters adopted, a -resolu­
‘dialioii tlmt also would h o v e itiove seeking i'eadmissfon of two the state’s cities and to w n s. Is ask­
Negro students to the U niversity of
Jet
bomber.
It
fle
w
more
than
Twin
Falls
motorists
amloui
to
control
of
th
e
vehicle.
D
am
ages
the o fficial explained.
w fatal. The radiation Inside th e
tion demanding that the Walloon,
ing for a higher slwre of hlshw ay
“ dinR. jicxL to the reactor i t - Georgia was planned today as the tax revenue. Robertson VV. Smith, heal the Jan . 18 deadline for new, to the truck were estimated at
It ivas announced Wednesday 1,200 miles per h o u r wUh'0‘i!'„^'i!*l area be tree "to dispose lor Itself
F B I and th e Qeorjia legislature
license plates gathered Friday In $3,000, not Including the lost blood that th e Justice ot th e peace sys­ of- 4,403 pounds o v e r j
was lu.si: reported at 1,000- r ,
and to choose Its own m e an s,o f
Weiser,
executive
d
ire
tto
r.
made
t there wa.<i none w ithin a h u n - opened separate Investigations Into Ihe request to the s ta te Wghvwiy larger num bers than since the an d other bloodmobile equipm ent tem was budgeted at $10,900 for fhe closed com'so yesterday, .S“ ll"C r social and'econoitilff expansion^'
rioting on th e university cam pus.
opcplns days o f sale In December in the vim.
'IJ
-i-ne
waiioon area is
current yea r, a $400 Increase oyer fprce said.
Jd yuxd.s M the building o u tThe Wiilloon
Is m
thee so u tn
th board yesterdoy In Dotee.
a t the assessor's office In the
The students were suspended
Tlic truck h o d been at a blood the IBIiO cost of $ifl,S03,
The previous re c o rd f(ipit'i"“ 9:7 era h a l f ‘of Belgium, where th o
The board aald it did n o t com- courthousT
' dr:.-v.-lnj Thursday afternoon In It F hould have been $10,000 tance and payload was. claiined
Tlje new icporl says the f ir s t (ollowinj an anvl-lntesratlon dem­ mit Itsslf to any propcsal. A dele­
'
' socialist strike against governm ent
At 11:46 a .m ., 20 persons ivpre Arco end apparently, was being Stivers explained. The erro r crept by the Soviet U n io n In October, austerity Is still ^olng strong. T h e ■
ora of the- bliLst came at 0:01 onstration in ivhicli s to n e j and gation froiu the Yellowstone-Sun
Into th e figures du rin g several 1950. They said a plane w)>4t:h Flemish area of the north' never
'n. Jan, 3, .^vhcn. heal in -Uie-^-e^ {ii-eci-ackert' were tlOTwn a n d po­ Valley Highway association, head­ in line. To t h a t time, 8,421 nuio- ta k en back to Bols;,
■or building 'touched off a la rm s lice used te ar gas. T h e y were ed by Wayne Clark, O a n n e tt, asked moblle and 3,113 truck license
Van Dyke s a id Tliursday eve­ changes m ade Irom th e proposed they did n o t id e n tity tlew J ia o biKked th e strike as strongly a n d
‘
testing station's lire d e p a rt- ta k en (tom th e campus a t Athens about construction co n tem p lated plates had- been sold.
miles an hour.
' ' Is gradually returning to normal.
n in g th a t the p la ce where th e ac­ to the te n ta tiv e budget.
early
yesterday
and
re
to
rn
e
d
to
len. A fireman and a h e a lth
on state highways 08 a n d 23,
cid en t liappened has been " a very
E arlier, i t was proposed to pay
T h e 10 million d o lla r BS8 tnade
WABFAKE PACT OK’D
FORCES
FAN
OVT
W s t were the first to e n te r tlielr homes In Atlanta.
po pular accident spot In th e p a s t the s e n io r Justice of th e peace tw o circuits of th e course aL*^dT in group said It w a n te d to ex­
LKOPOLDVILLE, tlie Congo, few years.”
TAIPEI. Formosa, Jad. 13 W—
Constance Motley, an a tto rn e y plore the possibility o f Blolne,
e reactor building, and th e y
tS,100 a n n u a lly , and tw o d i s t a n t w ards air force b a s e , CoUt ,,,'le
,
The
China Post today sold OhlJan
.
13
liH-U.N.
locccs
tanned
out
njcd back when their In s tru - to r O harlayne A. Hunter, 18. and Camas and Elmore co u n ties pool­
No citation w as Issued.
Justices, $2,400 each. T h e “ coupty average speed f o r ^ th e tota),,- ‘
‘cnts measured radiation a t 25-r. H am ilton E. Holmes, ID. pro m p tly ing tbclr surplus federal n ld mOT across Klvu Province today to
commissio n later decided -to pay. -m lltB - w o m w n n iie s an h q ilji[^ nesn-ina-tio-n-a-lI st-lntelllgrocg-— T “
sources report that red China. »nd'7~ '
‘he AEC didn't say w hich m a n asked th e U. B. district c o u r t In nles to aaslB t-im h n iiite~ ttttd “fdrr rescue Eurooeans. Includlng.-t'Vfl
MST-MEETINa-IIEEir--- the se n io r Justice of th e pcoce
Mnrnyi fji rever■^e the guaoenaloiL ett-lilghw ny-progrnnrtim ftTsli 11 white nuns', fro m racial violence
®d lor Q time after the blast.
VtrASHDJOTON, Jan. 13 W) _ <4,800 an n u a lly , and, th re e other ■T he air forcii a a l d a n 't t i e t ’i f t Burma have slgrjeil a pact lor
13-mlle section Item H ill City threatened by rebel Congo sol­ P resid en t Elsenhower presided o v er Justices $2,400 each, n e (2,100 er­ to better a t least Bome of the1,,< Joint warfare against p esthfaat- '
east.
diers.
,
h is final cabinet meeting today.
ror crept i n here, Stivers explained. records It claimed w ould be Ct'' - i ed 15,000 to 20,000 tatf-oomimmlst '
soon, probably S atu rd a y .
The board said It w o u ld give
guerrillas along their.hordertsMsCs’B ^
consideration, to wbat s ta t e money
E x t e n d e d B e n e f it s
F o r
Sea Tragedy
Claims One,
Six Missing
sZ
s M u t in y R e p o r t e d in
O K ’d
R a n k s o f C o n g o le s e I
Riiss Charges
Bring Leader
Back to U. N,
AEC Says 23
MenExposed
Park Levy Rv<>d
Belgium U nit:
Okays Plans
Of Aiisterity
Last Okay N ear
On 65-Acre Site
Blood mobile__
E r r o r N oted ;
Budget Total
Is hicreased
Damaged by
Ai’eaMisha}
,B58j Jet_Sets
Six Load and'i
SpeedlMarfe?
Cities Asking
Higher Share
Readmission o f
Negroes Sought Of Roads Tax
Line Is Longer
NEWS BULLETINS
m to h ^ Jlfin lv :.lf.t.h M ri'iY H . u p -With
these lunds.
friSnN eTO N , Jan. 13 m - T b n M nate Judiciary
A delegation Jrom th e .W endell
'''tl.o u l olijeciron th e .eleo tlo n of Kofierl F.-Kennedy to b.
"Oraty |(„ (|.„ |
cabinet o f his brother, Pre»ldM l-Elcot John Chamber of Commerce u r g e d early
settlement on the location o t the
■Ktnnrty,
Interilste highway, through Magic
Valley so construction c o u ld be“ NITed N a tio n b , n . Y., J a n . 13-IUPH-BrltBln BCCuaca)Ru»sltt to'
■
■» Of
Interference In the Congo n s part gin.
Board Chairm an Hoscob Rich
to wreck th e U n ite d NotlonB. B ritish AmbnMOdor Sir
said Ihe board was Juit a s anxious
tt Dean Joined Fronoti delogatu Plcrro M lllot nnd T urkish Amto itort construction «n th e p fo jcct
2 ” ■'''ifuut Menom'cnologlu In saying they bollovcd R u s sia n
as they were, b u t It must v^nlt until
»? »8nlnHi Belgium was un fo u n d ed .
the m ittcr. Is resolved b y the
c o u r l a . ^ ------- - H n„ j « n . ijr(llflh--A = « (!< fo o l b o rg n n lH i « lf» > ^ n j '"
A (leltBntbn Irom the r u r a l area
, , , ™ ' ' H'» tow line, aplK u p a r t iind M n k In he»vr,<e«»
of lIBgtrman 'askeil the- b o a rd to
“'.iDmlle, u f( ,|,oro. T h e c o a s t i n a r d l o l d . m e «r«w D i m b e r li«d
consWef relocation ot U .S . h ig h ­
‘'i» ooonn. K e so u o p lsn e * i n d ih lp r J o in e d ibe
way 30,to Hogcrmnn, T yio peol)Ie
I, , 7
t u t H a llj R , * t t h e sc en e to p re s s Ibe s e a r o l i for
Ii;pm tbe town of Ilngerm an ea^d
™ iiH «ev(in orow m e m b e r* .
.
-they-were opposed to rc lo c ijtlo n ,'
. ' a diioSRtibU ffOiii“‘tho'"'C nfey
j«n,/13 lU P t-T ronsury Srorotnry-Pcslgtinto P o u g ln s
Olminbfr of Oominorcc, ■ led Jiy
iiti. 7 ' “'lay iho K ennedy ndm lulatrntlon will nak congress to
D, u, Allamson, askcil tor n w id en ­
''■’'“ 'ni lu-ogrnin th is ydnr.-''Dlllbn, »ppenrlng-nt n nonnto
ing ot the pavement on a q u a r te r tn J'"'"iilo o cuhtirmatlon honrinj, sRld tax Mttrmi should bo
mils eo lion throiigli C arey,
1
nltcntlmi.
. '
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HIGHLIGHTS in
Y^s^HPanrtnei^Mwnshine in
Gounty Moyes to Avoid Legal
Idaho Is Potent and Deadly
Questions on Justices’ Acts
BOISE, Jan. 13 m - T h e r e lilll p e r liter when te sted by tlie Id a h o
.
a re moonshiners in Idaho, partner, d ep artm en t ot h ea ltli,
H e said testa w ere made on th re e
a n d the stu ff they're brewing la
p retty potent—p o te n t enough lo o th e r samples. O tie sample fro m
kill you.
n o r tli Idaho m eaurcd 11,SOO g ram s
Tliat’i .U)e w il'd today ti’om Ed­ p e r liter; Ivhlle tw o Irom ce n tral
w ard Connolly, Jr., .criminal invca- I d a h o measured 2,500 and a "m ere'
tlg n lo r-lo r-th e state division ol 400 gram s per' lite r .
alcohol - and - tobacco -t««- control. - L iquor Law-Enforooraent O oinnjbssloucr W arner Mllln nald th is
Connolly said n o t qiily Is. moon­ h e a lth problem Ip connection w ith
sh in e a tax problem now, but a
m oonshlhlng Is "celatlVBly now ."
h ealth dotrlment. He pointed out He noted that It w as ftrit discovth a t saipptes of th e ‘<home breiv”
M cd In the South, where the i)\d»nIrom Idaho stllbi contained eiiough
s n ln e problem la m uch gi'oater;’ "
lead sall 'polsonlilg to be IMlial,
X a ~ U ie ,e o u tli-lt.« a t Jo u n d -tlw t
'Comrdllyi s'alS' lliiiril’,M5 grmiii th o u san d s of d e a th s that w ere
of lond'talt per lite r Is coiitldcrcd ascrib ed to other causcs, moliy a n d
deadly, and, he nddcti, a sample confusing, actually, were llie resu lt
taken from oastiirn Idaho mean, of lend salt poisoning from lUeiial
r
urod out "ft dead ly " M,30O graiiu w hisky,
- - r --;: ■
\
J
■ :d
T o d a y 's T i m e i - N o w s Page 1 — Increased, property
tax p roposed by governor to fi.nonce construction. M oonshine
in Id a h o Is potent an d deadly,
Mutlhy reported In r a n k s of
^Congolese, 60-year record o f u n i
em ploym ent set last m onth.
County m o v es td'assure aota -of
Justices o f pence nrp leg al. '
r» fo 3 —NpW -jolllcerS-of^X^
ray Tcijhhiolans ouooiatlon are
Installed, T w in .ro lls Klwanbi
officers o r e seated,
r« i« 4 — Editorlol! " B a d for
Oood S p o rts ," ..
I
S— Ohurcli schedulos.'
r«ge 7- — World w ar x lv e tbfflWi'lii&tnlI"iTow;*I«c,~
r« fe .0— arh lim and W alker
named to Clilcnga Cubs "board
of eoaoliM.'"
'
■ . .
Tw in Falla C o u n ty officials of office also affects three other
moved swiftly ^ I d a y morning to Moglo Valley counties.
In Twin Falls Justices (^gned a n
a v e rt any question a s to the legal­
ity of acts p erfo rm ed by county oath and were not sworn officially.;:
by
the chairman of the commission.
Justices of tlie peace w ho liave n ot
fully confonned w ith state -law In addition, os of PVlday morning,
reBarding. ta k ln g o rn o la l .oatha.of none had reoelved'an olflclal oom— mission signed by th* senior d ls- j
office, ■
Justice of the P e a c e Robert E. trlct judge.
P ence appeared b efo re County District Judge-Tlioron W. W ard
Commission O halrm an Henry Crow ild Friday h e ))ad not received
commlMlons;to sign for Ju itlcei
sh o rtly before ip aan
olflblally. L ater in U ie morning fronfTw ln lnlls,,Mlnldo1ca, O aisla.,
Uny ■Potter, Kimberly,- took the or Jerome, countlca. ,
onlth.' •. Two~olher"COTintj''Jnstlijei omp[6f'm,"MiiliV leSlon l«w. ■
’' '
w ere to take the o a t h of office IDSO, section four, reiiuirea. thabV
before, tlio day ends,
"Justlccs of Uie pedoo ... ',-itfjilCjt ‘
T h e matter of Justlcea funotlon- take the oatli of o(Il«« M iwwtMed'ti'f;;'■
lnj_?/U ho»l h a v ln i'lu lly oompllcd lor county elective oKioeri tad-,'*
wlUi statutes involving tlie oitUt
, , J
"T T H E p S E W srfW ffrra B S T ID ^ ^
Higher Taxes
Area Driver
“W e a th e r, T em p e ra tiire s
to
—I r f in M " f o T
HelpEuilding
-—Speed Count
rTVE-DAY JO R E C A fiT, SATORDAy TH RODGK/W EDNEaDAYT em peratures averaging above normal. U g h t precipitation, mostly in
n orthern m ountains,
•
,
'
(From P*f« One)
•
MAGIC VALLEY—F a ir th is evcnlnf, Conilderable cloudiness with
filgned'20 dem erits by PollcB'Judgc
-Q e g rg a R tilforil,_________________ scattered siiowers o( ra in or m ow late tonl{lil and Saturday. A little
• E f c lt K. Kenyoir, 43, -route 2, cooler■8iturday^E8W-t!^^lght^8 to 30, high-Satnrday 35 to 40.-Low li» t
CTdl;, >iya~'Clteil~by~Si;taIgjtilght-18,-2« a t H a.m.. 41 . a t honn._______________ ^_________________
P atro lm an -B ro y G . H arding t o t
NORTHERN-ID A HO ^M ostly oloudy through Bnturdfly;‘wUh tc a tla llln g to -y leld -th e'T lg h t of wny
being Involved In a two-cnr tered snow In the m ountains and a few showers at lower elevations.
accident Friday. T he m ishap oc- Little tem perature change. H igh Saturday ^6 to 45. low tonlehL up to
cu rred about 0 a . m'„ a mile south 35.
' ' ,
and a mile west of Twin Falls a t
e county road Intersection.
HtwHon
M « « . M in . T c p . M c m p h li ................................ 60*'
«
H la n il ■.................. .................... 74
... a»i
a
7(1
H er 1055 S tu detoker collided AU m i i i j k ....... ...........
u u u c r q u a ......
..... 6 0
21
M ilw a u k e e ............................. <‘J
w ith th e rear o f a 1058 Pontiac AA lb
liu n U
..... 6 5
42
M liincnpolIiK H t. I’l u l
n
1^5
driven by Charles L. Q cntry. 76, U lB m n rc k ---------..._ 4 8
;n
T r , N ew O r t e a n i ,. I ___ 4;....... c a
Hii
40
n r
N ew Y o rk
.................... 40
.10
1441 Addison avenue c E t. Police lUjHton
u ff n lo
..... 81
21
O k la h o m a C i t y .....................
.14
safd she went pirough th e Inter- HHurley
............
O m *h«
>... 3fi
U
...........................
;r*
tectlon without' yielding th e rig h t ChiciiKO ................
..... 47
U
f h l l u i i e l p h i a ......................... 44
l!i
C lc v « U n tl ..............
l*h(K-iiix ............................. .
72
.'t.’i
of way.
' DuimiE'B tu tlie Otuilebalter was
Dch MoinM—...
I'(irtlu n < l, M f. ...........
. e s tlm a lc O tT B o iir ? 5 rtO t l i r i o f t D c l r a i t ....... .........
I’o r i l a f x l . O r* ..............
tm nt. nnd ahniit m a to th e re a r -PolrKnnk*
Hniilil city ....... .
F o r t W o rth
lii d im o n f l
of th e Pontiac.
25
( io tx lin ir ......
•St. I>)UiK .............
H e le n a
1&
.S alt iMUr C i lr ..
I
Credit Group
Stocldiolders
PlanMeeting
_fiQUthern _ I d trh o_. Production
C red it association ' stockholders
will hold their 27th annual m eet­
ing a t the Twin Palls high school
Saturday.
, atockholders w ill bo|ln regis­
terin g a t 11 a jn . and George L.
^— T \v T O 1 5 l^iaeirt7 ^» 'issu e -th o -cal!
to order a t 1:15 p.m.
p rin cip al speakers will
be
George N. Larsen, attorney an d
counselor, Salt Lake City, U tah,
an d C arl H. N ieberg, vice presl'
dent, Fedeyal in term e d iate C redit
bank, Spokane^’ W ash,, who will
p resen t a discussion on credit.
The
n o m in a tin g . <;ommittee,
comprised. Q f.K enneth Lind, chair'
m an ; Oren Boone and Charles
Pendleton,* will rep o rt Its choice
of candidates fo r company direc­
tors a n d the group will then elect
directors for th e coming year.
, E a rl R .'S ta ris e ll, m anager, is
scheduled to give th e financial r e ­
p o rt an d A. L. H anks, Burley, vice
president, will p resen t the board
of directors and loan com m j^ion
rep o rt.
T h e PCA had 2,099 stockholders
listed Jan. 1,-1961. The associa­
tio n serves eight counties a n d p a rt
of a ninth. T h e countfes are
B laine, Comas, Cossla, Gooding,
Jerom e. Lincoln. Minidoka, Twin
F a lb an d p a rt o f Owyhee.
-.^ e c a u s e _ o f lim ited space, stock­
ho ld ers fro m 'C assla arid M lnidokd
oouHtled m et a t th e Elks hall,
B urley. Friday afternoon. B oth
m eetings follow Identical, pro­
gram s, announced John E . M ar­
tin , assistan t m anager.
Property Option
i l s Ready to Sign
.TH aiold Hovtf, chairm an of tHe
In d u stria l division, of tho Twin
F alls Ohiunber of Conunerce, told
C ham ber-board members a t Uieir
H iin u ltilu ....
I n d ia n n p o l ii
Ju n c so u .........
K a n s o a C ity
Son D l r v
.Saij F r a n c is c o ,
.“^ M ttle ..........
T a n i p u .................
T W IN F A L I J .
W a a h in s to n , .
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M a g ic V a lle y F u n e r ils
RUPERT — Rosary fo r Juan
O nalndla will be recited a t 8 p.m.
F riday In th e W a l k m ortuary
chapel and requiem m a ss will be
celebrated a t 10 a.m. S a tu rd a y in
th e - St: Nlcholas-GftthoUo-ohurcli
by the Rev. Malachy McNeill. Con­
cluding rites will be held in the
R u p ert ccmetery. Friends may call
a t 'the m ortuary until time of
services.
B U R LEY -Puneral services for
Robert L. Pence will be held at 2
p.m. Saturday In the Burley Elks
temple with lodge officers offici­
ating. Final rites .will bo held .In
the
Pleasnnt View cemetery.
Friends may call at the Payne
m ortuary Friday afternoon and
evening and Saturday until time
of services. The family sugge.sts
R U PE pT — Rotary fo r Mateo memorials lo the Elks Rehabilita­
Ramirez will be recited a t 8 p.m. tion center, Boise.
Sunday In th e Walk m ortuary
chapel and funeral services will be
held a t 11 ftjn. M onday a t the TW IN FALLS—Funeral services
mortuai’y by the Rev. Malachy for Mrs. Isea Seymour will be held
McNeill. Concluding rites will be at 2 p .m . Monday at the T\rtn
held In the Rupert cemetery. Palls mortuary chapel.W ith D. L.
Friends may call at the m ortuary Rtngering offlQiating. Final rltos
Sunday and Monday .u n til time will b e,h e ld a t th e FJIer lOOF
cemetery.
of services.
M a g ic V a lle y H o sp ita ls
M a g ic V a lle y M e m o r ia l
visiting hours are from 2 to 4
an d 7 to 8 p jn . In the m atern ity
wards; In all others, from 11 a jn .
to 8 p.m.
ADMITTED
Mrs, Enoch Fox, Mr.i. Peter
G oertien, M rs. Haymond O ’Cohnerj
K aren Lyons, Heleh Ijions, Morley
Qoold and R honda F leenor, all
Tw in Palls, G loria Parklson, Gastleford; Mrs. Wayne Flem ing, J e ­
rom e; H enrietta Meyerhoff, Eden,
an d Mrs. Lloyd Reed, Flier.
DISMISSED
Jack Donason, Mrs. H arry R ich­
ardson and daughter, M rs. R ay­
m ond O sletjnlllec and' tw in sons,
S u s to JackHGaJlVAiih Jacky, Mrsf
J o h n Subanks, Mrs. W a lter Boly ard and M arsha Snow, a ll Tw in
Palls; Wesley M. A rnold, K hnberiy; Mrs. Chester__3£alentlne^
T lB pcftr-M rs:—WlHiaJri^-fioHunif
H azelton; H erbert Becker, Oakley:
rtm y -w n iiiB iH rp s irfic id , and
•M rs. K ennet h -Peterson a n d sun.
Buhl.
BIRTHS
Daifghters were bom Thursday
,to„ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Platt,
B uhl, and Mr. and M rs. Robert
H arney, Tw in Polls.
S t . B e n e d i c t ’s , J e r o m e
Visiting hours a t St. Benedicts
hospital ore from 2 to .4 and from
7 to 8 p. m. In the m aternity ward
nnd noon to 4 and from 6 lo 8 p.m.
in th e medical an d surgical ward.
ADMITTED
MriT.' Willis 'niom psbn, R alph
Davis and Ben Hoskins, all Jerome,
and J o h n Wlngo, Wendell.
DISMISSED
Orvlll McLean, M urtaugh
G o o d in g M e m o r ia l
.
ADMITTED
Mrs. Mickey Sorelle and Mrs.
Dwalne Carlson, both -Gooding.
BIRTHS
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Dwalne Carlson, Gooding.
Aasociation-Sets Mee{.
IdahoaPood Dealers association
discuss legislation a t a,m eeta t 8 p'in. Tuesday a t th e id y io
.
'(?weT~iJUdlWrluin—A
ll-a rea"g ro B.... On.)
rt_.k
T*ower^
(rrom p*f.
would go to a new ward building cerym en are Invited.
at the Nampa state school, to cost
S850,000rand-a-t20,000 dalry*bam H ubcaps Stolen
T—h e theft sometime. ___
Thursday
nt, the sam e institution.
Banked n S l'. would b-rS300;i)0lJ - o r-e a rly -m d a y ^morning of
hubcaps
tor 'a dfnta!!,'' admlillstratlon a n d flipper
...................- - - -from th e automo­
- school building and $100,000 for a bile of Larry Geer, 314 O strander
street, -was reported to city police
a t 11:03 am . Friday. T h e car h ad
j^jeen-iiafked-ln-ltout-oU U s-
^nildmg: Plan—
pOISE, Ja n . 13 Ifl-Oov. Rob­
ert E. Smylle;s building pro­
posals In brief:
Construction recommended In
next two years—7.4 million
dollars;’
Con.structlon recommended In
iiuxi l O'j fu ary ^^sn n niTOTr~ m p
lars.
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.
Top building priorities — to
Nampa s ta te school and Industrial training school.
Financing—One-cent Increase
per pack In cigarette tax: $1.65
Increase per barrel In beer Lax;
2 million dollar Increase in
property tax.
girls’ dormitory at the Industrial
training school at St. Anthony.
Thereafter, the governor ranked
in or'der tfiise~BuIldiflF p ro je cf^
Nampa s ta te school, c e n t r a l
heating plant. $400,000; state-hos­
pital south a t Blackfoot, central
heating plant, $400,000; state hospltal south a t Blackfoot, central
faclllUes building, $100,000; Vstate
hospital n o rth at Oroflno, build­
ing repairs an d laundry construc­
tion, $50,000; s?hool for th e deaf
and blind a t G ^ l n g , dining hall
and Infirmary, $140,000.
Armories ’ a t Boise. Lewiston,
Caldwell and Buhl, $145,000; sol­
diers home a t Boise, building
maintenance, repairs and fu rn ish ­
ings, $50,000; Lewls-Clark normal
.school, m aintenance and repalrg
to unused buildings. $50,000; nec­
essary m aintenance to slate-owned
buildings a t Albion; $50,000; agri­
culture a n d public healtln labora­
tory, Boise, $160,000.
University o f Idaho and Idaho
State college, science buildings, at
university $2,100,000, at college $1.200,000; h eatin g plant addition at
university, $500,000; e d u c a t i o n
cla.ssroom building at college, one
million dollars.
■ School for th e deaf and blind,
Gooding,’^ gli-ls* dormitory. $130,000; state tuberculosis hospital,
Gooding, remodeling old building,
$20,000.
Tlie recommended $7,415,009 to ­
tal compares with 8.8 million dol­
lars proposed by the pro-leglslatlvo budget committee. . Frority
rankings were similar, except th a t
Smyllo moved a bit higher the
$145,000 for armories and added
the proposed $160,000 laboratory.
The addition of a 7.4-mlllion
dollar construction progi'am boost­
ed total e.Kpendltures proposed by
Smylle to 05.5 million dollars for
operating an d building costs in
tile two-year period beginning
next July 1. T h a t compared with
approximately 77 million dollars
for operating and buildlngr purposea In the current two-vpar
poclod.--------------------- ----------------“ amyiie sam m a t ir me legisia^
ture decides to retain- the-i-'head
- J l l n i d o k a j C o u n t y -------AUHI'ITED
... M rs^-John.-D 1 c k. ^ I r s . . D ale
Mothershead. J o h n n y
"ana aoiiy B initnr^iU iuperi: B on­ least strive to make it more equita­
nie Yenmnn, Heyburn.- and^Mrs. ble.”
Myrl Thlesies a n d Mrs. Eugene
"Any tax which you Impose."
Jenks, both Paul.
ho added, “should be permanently
DISMISSED
and Irrevocable dedicated to the
.Loren Jolley a n d Mrs. R alph perm anent building fund.”
Swan, both Rupert.
Ho said all the revenue raising
DIRTIIS
possibilities, including retention of
D aughters were born to Mr. and the “head tax." would bring In an
C a s s ia M e m o ria l
Visiting hours at Cassia Memo­ Mrs. Dale Mothershead. Rupert, estimated 10.9 million dollars per
ria l hospital are from 2:30 to 4 and M r. nnd Mrs. Merl Thicsles biennium. •
p in . and from T lo B p jn . In the and M r. and Mrs. Eugene Jenks.
m aternity word and from 10 a.iri, botli Paul.
to 8 jim . In th e medical a n d surgi­
cal ward.
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ADMITTED
.
Mrs. M ary Knopp, T e rry McIntosli, Mrs. Nancy D utton. Gene
Mrs. Issa Seymour, 82, pioneer
Hines, Jeffrey Kerbs, Elsie JenU N IV ERSrry o p IDAHO, Mos­ resident of Magic Valley, died
kinson, all Burley, and M rs. Lylla
cow' Jan . 13—Activities of five about 1 p, m . Thursday at Magic
•HulaepHeybum. - " ------- . .
tw in F ^ IsH u d e h ts a t tlfeUhlVei'^’ 'V a lle y ^ e m o rla i hospftaPfollowDISMISSED
slty of Idaho have been reported. ing a brief illness.
Mrs. Ann Beck, Sallie Richlns,
Ihe-waa-bom*-July-31~I87B,^Tif
■
3im
T
H
^T
lIiesrT
^^ffdr"JoIinaon
ped for membership in Phl K appa Kansas, a n d
Jo c k Thietten, acting lorem an
married G arret
G uy Simons and Mrs. Xlda JohnPhi, a national all-college schol­ George Seymour In 1896 a t Ashero f th e Twin P alls county weed
T ^ b u re a u r'w ilH a k e o fflc e o s -d lre c to r M n, an Burjey^.flnd Jnlm JJaynes, a s tic honor' society,- aro -Marilyn Tllle, K ans.rThey came to Idaho
Rupert;
Voyles who Is m ajoring In science Jan. 26, 1011, homesteading north
I n '» few weeks.
BIRTHS
and G ary Custer, a n agriculture of Pller in th e Maroa district.
.Commission C h ah m an H e n r y
D
aughters
were
born
to
M
r.
and
student.
j_____
C row -says the d elay Is designed
__
Later, they moved-to .Pilen-whcre:a y n e -a u k C rjlo y b u rn r-a i'd .r‘{{;n n ;;^ Johnst o /
fFpshman Mr. Seymour, who died In Septem­
It *h offferly transition 3l Mr. and
Mrs. Edward D utton,
JOnnston,
agriculture student, debated' for ber, 1826, was In the drayage and
less from th e outgoing direc­
to r, W arren Lowery, to T hietten, Burley.
the University of Idaho at the transfer business. Mrs, Seymour
T h ietten , 42, lives on route 3,
2&th Empire debate tournament. lived for 10-mont)is in. the Boise
Mechanical engineering student
T w in ?a lls.H e w as bureau director
area and for tiie post year she
James Clark, jr.. was elected fresh­ lived in Buhl.
th ro u g h 1058 u n til replaced by
Lowery. Ho once farm ed in th e
man representative of Chrlsman
Survivors include a daughter.
K im berly orea.
hall In a recent election of offi­
Mrs. Doyle Spencer. Ontario, Ore.;
- H e I s morried a n d has four chll- '.John Ebcrhard, 33, T w in Falls, cers,
a
son, K enneth -Seymour. Kim­
<lren. During h is absence from was bound over to d is tric t court
Howard derri.sh. a sophomore
berly; two sisters. Mrs, Nettle E>arsludRni,
co im ty office h e woa employed Friday morning In Tw in F alls po­ phetnJcol engineering
row, M ountain Home, and Mrs.
sp ray in g weeds an d hi construc­ lice court when he waived a pre- traveled with the seven-man U ni­
Maggie Place, Kansas; two broth­
tio n work.
Ihnlnary heartog on a charge of versity ski team to Kimberley, ers, Ed Reese. Abeline, Kans., and
H e will heod a departm ent wiUi issuing a d ie ck with no funds In B.C., for a meet w ith the Univer­
Tom Reese, Hayward, ‘Calif., and
fo u r fulltime employes, and a th e bank. .
sity of BrltishvColumbla.
four grandclilldren, two stepsum m ertim e peak of between SO
Judge
J.
O.
Pumphrey
conllnued
grandchildren and eight great­
And 25 persons.
his bond a t $500. Ho Is being held
grandchildren.
a t the county Jail.
Funeral services will be held at
Suit to collect $960.57 claimed 2 p. m. Monday In the Twin Palls
Ebcrhard oppeored Thursday be­
due on merchandise waTTllDd in mortuiu-y chapel wltli D.-L. RlnJEROM E, Ja n . 13—Don Crisp, fore Judge Pumphrey and request­ district court Friday agnlnst W. W. gerinp officiating, Pinal rites will
ed his statutory thne before en­
Jay ceo ch'olrman, hivltes^all J e ­
Durtt by Alta W alker nnd Donald be held a t th e Filer lOOP ceme­
rom e youngsters to attend the free tering a plea.
M. Jacobson, doing business as tery.
Ho Is cliarged w ith Issuing a
Jay ceo wiener ro a st a t 1:30 p. m.
W alker Qos and Oil, Jerome,
chcck for $10 to R ountree's PoodS atu rdo y .
Tlie action alleges non-payment
SHOOT PLANNED
liner
on
Nov,
15.
Ebcrhard
has
C risp said' every thine will—he,
U ccm wV iltK TCU -day sentence li for-mftterin!a-flold-to-SeptM~i960.- —jE R O M E r-Jnnr-ir-A -nrnpsnoor
, : fu rn ish ed f r e e , but requp.sted
It-o lso - ftskfl Inlere.st on the s^im for tho M arch of Dimes will be
youngsters to brh ig theh- roasting th e county jail o h a ’sim llar chorge. and costs of the action. Attorney held at 10 a. m. Sunday. Turkeys
Ho was brought, froni th e county
stic]ia.
Jail to court for the arraignm ent. for th e company Is Richard H. and hams w ill be given as prizes,
Jay h ees canvassed the town last
Seeley, Jerome.
an^ coffee will be served.
S u n d a y picking Up OhrLitmos trees
atsKiiOcbHTlmrned fo r roasting th e h o t
dogs.
- r > p i1 iir - T ^ liln v - n n n n m e i'U n y t h m
th e option on th e 66-acre traol
-,( o u th ^ M L th B „ c lty _ l
pnrli- I. r»n.^y fpf
^ signing.
He reported th a t Union Pacific
■ -railro ad has subm itted two plans
, fo r th e onerhalf m ile tr(ick on th e
pro p erty .,
. „
Hove, speaking for members of
.. th e Industrial corporation, recom ­
m ended th a t a board of governors
bo appointed b y Chamber board
m em bers to h an d le the industrial
fu n d an d th a t the. fund continue
' to be used to purchase property
lo tJL n d u s t r i a 1 development. A
statem e n t of policy concerning.
th e funds collected to buy and
develop property should be draw n
u p b y th e board o f directors, Hovo.
recommended.
Ai*ea Pioneer
Five T. F. Pupils Woman Dies
Active OffCampus
JDelajplepdrted^
In Office Change
Man Faces Court
For Check Count
h
.
J
- ^ • N O K ;:llL .d a v s
i r a f t i o d e a tfi tn our M agic
v n m .
F irem en Called
T w in palls firemen answered an
a larm at 3:20 am, F riday to 1940
E leventh avenue east w hen a mo­
to r on a furnace caught firo.
D am age was confined to the motn r flrpmpT^ said. When the blaze
S tarted the smoke was distributed
th roughout the home, Ih ey added.
^ e y —elefiFed-4hft-«moke-wlt-hsmoke cJector fan.
Smylle Plans
Draw Fire iii _
Idaho Houi^e
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h is operating budget and then
raise taxes to pay for buildings.
H e said the ad valorem increase
suggested by Smylle would double
th e taxes on "our furm s, our
.hom es and business property’.’ by
a d d in g about three mills. He said
a one-cent hicrease on cigarettes
would tax "the average working
m a n 's pleasure.”
‘•If the govitnor thinks th a t we,
in th e minority party, are going
to s it Idly by and let him fritter
aw ay this 13 million dollars In the
n e x t biennium and th e n Impose
double the state ad valorem tax on
o u r farm s, homes an d business
property, he Is suffering . . . plain
lack o t good business Judgm ent,”
H l w said.
H e said the property taxes are
n e a r a point ot being “confisca­
to ry " already.
R ep, Carl Burt, R„ Ada, said the
governor "has given as a way out
on a tough problem” and th a t
Sm ylle sees the building picture
" O S it really Is,”
H e noted th a t the lawmakers in ­
d icate opposltlon-4 0 a sales tax
a n d said th at the bill'ttw epeal the
$10 head tax has been tabled in
com m ittee,
" I f we had a $10 head tax and
called it a building tax we'd have
the-problem whipped." h e .said,
Rep. Allan G. Shepard. R., Ada.
ripped Into HIger and th e minority
p a rty In general lor th e ir criticism
of th e governor’s building p ro ­
posals,
" I t has alway been m y concep­
tio n th a t the function o f tho m i­
no rity party 1s not to snap and
sn a rl a t the heels ot th e m ajority
p a rty and Indulge In cheap con­
versation b u t come up w ith a con­
structive program If they d is­
agree,” Shepard said.
GOODING, Jan. 13—A preach­
ing mission will be held- Feb. 1923 w ith' the Rev, E nrl Rlddlf.
Tw in Falls, as speaker. It was
reported a t the official board
m eeting o f . .the H rst M ethodist
ch u rch here this week.
O ra Madden reported studies
will be storted Sunday evenmg,
on th e theme "Heritage and H or­
izons In Home,” Motion pictures
w lli-bi! ^shown to supplement the
studies. " -------------------------------T h e board decided to Invite
Individuals to help support a stu ­
d e n t In medical school In India.
M rs, Harold Hobson will con­
d u ct a study on the book "Stum b­
lin g Block,” Feb. 26-March 19.
R obert Hoag, of the Idaho Alcolio l “N arcotics' EdUcatToh'~Toun^ation, Boise, will ^be a,g u e st spealc-
gUdea.Sliojol ------ - - ' Slides on nursing In Samoa were
shown Wednesday by liU lan Turn*
tr ^ -to r the Idaho S tate Nurses
Jkmestic Water
Here I s ‘Mixed’
Twin Palls domestlo .w ater sup­
ply Is about lialf Rock creek w ater
and halt Snake river w ater, ac
cording to ' H. .L. D errick, Twin
Falls city manager.
Ho anticipated th a t tiie water
wlU continue |n this ra tio os cold
w eather preyenls draining isnake
river w ater from the canal.
Derrick noted th a t even with
th is dilution drinking w ate r has
a m uch better tjute as th o am ount
ot chemical treatm ent used a t tho
filter plant Ijiis bceh reduced.
n i o city will continue receiving
Its domestic .water supply from
nock creek tiif8 W i”lho Irrigation
walcr pumping., Byslem o f W, T.
.WHIimiBri™ tt-2,-T^vta-rntl.vimlll
Miii'ch 1, whoij "tllc'"Tw ln li^ills
Olinal company , will ag a in turn
Snake rlvor wotei; intj^JtlKi cnnnl!.
.li
I
PORTABLEJPACE
HEATERS
For'contractori, ipud collars', worohouioi, otc.
a sso c ia tio n d lstn o t-J4 « ;^ l-n ie fltin g -
t r n B M «i Oh»n--------^
shall be issued a commission signed
by the clerk of th e board of coun­
ty commissioners a n d by the senior
district Judge of th e district court
for the county."
•This same law, passed during
Receives Straigiit A's
C r a i g Nellsen, a sophomore the past session of th e state legis­
studying pre-law a t U tah S tate lature, provides th a t county com­
university, Logan, received a four- missioners, prior to appointing
point average In his grades for Justices, must obtain- approval of
th e Ilrst Quurlei'. He la, Uic t,uu o f ■the—senlor-dlstr-let—Judge.—Judgfr
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nellsen, 1863 Ward noted th a t he has received
no list of prospective Justices from
A lturas drive.
Minidoka, Cassia or Jerome coun‘
ties.
C hurch Honors M inister
Judge Ward was consulted by
A farewell social tor the Rev,
and Mrs, Reuben P h n er will be the Twin Falls . county commis­
held a t 7 pjn,.'Sunday a t the Our sion before . the four Twin fJIL'i
All justices were appointed, They are
.S av lp r. Liitheraa church.
friends and member? of the church Robert E. Pence, Tw in jj^lls; Ray
potter, Kimberly; William )^unare invited.
^o&terr^uhlrand-Elwood4l4
Hollister,
stu d e n t Accepted
However, only one of these men
Edwhi R. Cro^t. 21, son of Mr
and Mrs. R. P. Croft, Boise, has has been sworn ta to office verbally,
and
none has receiveji a commis­
been accepted to the Northwestern
university Medill school of, journal­ sion yet, according to Twin Palls
ism graduate division. He Is pres- Commission C hairm an H e n r y
entely attending Northw estern’s Crow,
-IC ro w jald T h ijrsd ay - evening the
yndcrgraduate—d 1v I .s 1o n— Cx
worked for the Tlmes-News the men legally became Justices of the
peace when they signed a bond
past three summers.
below whlcli Is p rinted an oath
of
orrice. Friday m o rnihgT ie said
J^Qmona Meet Set
PoiiiSna Grange will m eet at 8; 30 the ceremony of swearhig hi was
p.m.' Saturday a t the Northvlew being’ done to "remove any doubts
Grange hall north of Buhl, M em­ os to the legoilty of the Justices'
bers are requested to bring cake, octs"
According to Id ah o law, five recookies or sandwiches.
aulrements .must be m et before ji.
man Is legafly a Justice of the
Students Featured
P a t Fowler and Robin Hoven- peace;
den. Twin Palls, were featured In The candidate ihust be recom­
the student recital a t the College mended by the board of county
of Idaho, Caldwell, Miss H ovin- commissioners an d the probote
den also performed In the first Jydge.
The senior d istrict Judge of the
concert ol the college’s IdohoCommunlty symphony, olong w ith county m ust approve the ap ­
pointee.
M ichael Leeds, also Tw in Palls.
The appointee m ust take an
oath of office.
D runk In Auto
When the appointee takes his
D arrell J, Bltton, 39. no perm a­
n e n t address, ^ a s arrested by ooth ot office, h e m ust post a
Tw in Falls police a t 8:50 p.m, bond to insure th e performt^nce
Thursday on a charge ot being of his duties.
d ru n k in an auto. He was picked •The appointee m u st be given a
up In the 300 block of Harrison commission, signed by the clerk of
street. He told officers he came the board of th e county commis­
to Twin Falls from Idaho Falls, sion, and the senior district Judge
His car has M ontana license of the county.
Judge Ward said T hursday eve­
plates.
ning he had n o t been consulted
G o in g lo C a lifo rn ia
yet as to the legality o t the area
Mr, and Mrs, J, L, Scott, Tw in Justices servtog w ithout meeting
Palls, who have been spending the these requirements.
He said he did n o t know w heth­
holidays with their son-in-law and
daughter. Mr, and Mrs, Gary C, er decisions and actions taken by
Bates. Goodyear, A rlz, will go on these men Would be iegolly btadto Los Angeles before returning hig,
home to visit their son and daugh"I suspect this m ight come be­
ter-ln-lnw ;' Mr, and Mra. Glen J . fore me In th e future; and if It
docs, I expect I'll have to do a lot
Scott. •
of research before I come up with
an answer." he added.
To allay any fears of honeymooners m arried by one of these
Justices of the peace during the
past week. Judge W ard said Id a­
BUHL, Jon, 13 — Two teen-age ho law provides th a t a m arriage
girls were treated and released Is legally binding when the couple
at Magic Valley Memorial hospital I s ^ a r r le d by a person they be­
late Thursday night for Injuries lieve Is Iegolly en titled to perform
received when the 1954 Chevrolet the ceremony.
pickup truck driven by Patricia
Thomos W. Stivers, Tw in Polls
Stombaugh, 10 3 u h l, went out county clerk, explained Thursday
.{-oontr«l-and-overtumod,
“Investigating officers sold- M iss
Stombaugh told tliem sne,swerved the peace, then notarized,
to teiss- hltthig a dog- w hich-hod. - “■This-.
jum pea into tne poin or ner ve- said, "certainly provides better
hicle five miles south, and one-half proof than a verbal oath th a t they
mile west of hefe on a county are properly appointed Justices
road a t 11:40 p. m. Thursday. T he of the peace,” He noted th o t In
truck skidded, struck an em bank­ Twin Polls county. Justices of the
m ent. went through a fence and peace always hove signed an oath,
overturned one and thcee-fourths p ot token It verbally, os, indeed,
times, lahding on Its lift side.
have many elective officials In
Miss Stombaugh artd her com the p(ist.
panlon, Gloria Parkinson.
17,
Castleford, were taken to the hos­
pital by ambulance. Deputy Sheriff
C urtis Pryor and S tate Patrolm an
R ichard Burns Investigated,
at Magic Valley Memorial hospital
auditorium. Hostesses were Mrs.
Jerry Packer, Mrs. CUIford M alone
and- Mrs. Hobert HondeHch.'
2 Girls Hurt in
Crash Neair Buhl
Posting overtime parking bonds
w ith Twin Falls police Thursday
were Loren Craig. Ann Harner. M.
G ulrey. sr.. Mrs. Effle Walker, W .
C. Wildmnn, R ichard Best, Mrs.
A chauffeur ia a guy who is
•Lr-J^ Sheehan,-June-Pi>mtrerr-Or-B7|-flmart-enough to drive-a oar,Shawver, Betty Showmaker, Pearl too wise to own one.
Mozes. Aubrey Owens. Mrs. R od­
ney Tegan, Hallle Woods, David
B arry, P. Spence. S. Logari," Joe
Bi'own, Glen Terry, Max Olsen, E.
J e jis ^ la n J .
E d Koester, chairman of a sp e­
cial building committee for Im­
proving-cducational.facilltics, subr.
m ltte d plans for enlarging the
n a rth e x for the youth departm ent.
T h e board renewed the charter
fo r sponsoring- a Cub Sqout group
A dealer in, or manual on,
a n d will consult tlie M ethodist
M en on sponsoring a Boy Scout moneys of foreign countries or
bllL<;
of exchange, is a cambist.
troop.
RE 3 - 4 4 6 r
Woman’s Divorce
Granted Sept. #
2
JEROME, Jan. 13 - The divorcj
decree reported In Wedrffsdaj’i
Tlmes-News given .Mrs, Ula Cutlj,
from -Dr, Morton CuIIit ,''T wlii
Polls, was granted Sept. 20, Iflgo
by District Judge Edward Htin'
I t was Inadver'tenlly irste'd by tlii
county clerk's office here .on Ui,
current calendar for the openlnj
term of district court In Jeroni!
county.
Justice of Peace
Okayed at,Filer
The Twin Falls county commlsflion expects to- appoint \jondiy
the county's fifth Justice of ihi
peace Kern Thurman. Flier ciijf
clerk, Commission chairman Hen­
ry Crow said Firdny.
Crow said Friday a delegation
from Filer convinced the com.
mission of the need for a Jiiiitlcf
In th a t area, having no other
court.
Two Present
T«’o member,? of the Twin mil
county commls.slon met Friday ii
the courthousc to conduct roiutai
bu3lnes.s, Commlsaloticr Ru,s.scll C.f
(BudI Larsen wa« 111.
■Chairman C ro w InienupW
processing of (hdlgeiiLs twice dui.
Ing the morning lo formally s«™
two Twin FalL'i counly Justices o:
the peace, Robert E, Pence. T ij
Palls, and Hay Potter, Kimberlj,
FINED FOR LIGHTS
PILEH. Jnn, 13—Judith A, Onr.
beal, Castleford, was fined $3 mi
costs this week by Jasllce of Bii
Peace V. A, Allison for having m
stop light. Her citation was elgnd
by Patrolman John Wray,
Prompt, efticlent rtellverj
GOLD STRIKE ^TAMPS )
UNITED I
OIL CO.
RE 3 - 7 0 3 3
By BOB REBSE
INVASION! D -d a y - tk i» hhII
tile day for nhicli tiie wnl^ I
h ad betn w aitin r tensely. Til I
lime and pl>«||
careJuUj
(Uarded, HCttI
, of World WK
I ir. Now It »u
here.
T h a t gr«r|
morning
slilps and II,^ 0 0 p ly ifi
combined !•
------------ l a u n c h tin
greatest alr-and-sea InvuH"
In the history ot the world, M
Allied troops Btormcd up tn
Normandy, beaches and drew
Inland Into Cherbourg pen“ '
sula, TlieM was no other ne«
th a t day that counted.
...y ..
TOO OLD!
After Yeu See Vour Doctor,
Bring Your Prescription To Ui.
T iie entire friie i*orId e«l>w
tiie m cM ate «enl by Gen. u.
■enhower. Supreme C om m n
d e r of th e Allied EipedltlonW
F orce, to big Itoopj! "you
a b o u t to embark on » P%
cru sa d e . Tlie eyes ol the w»".
•re upon, you
and prayers of all U b 'f'J 'L
in* peoples |o with you . • • '
will accept nothinr l«M
(uii victory.”
'R tm e m b e rn h r J.'”]''
IT'S GOOD TO KNOW
Our years o f scrvico have
cquippatl iLS to nieel thu in­
tim ate, personal problem!!
of the boreaved family. W.o
nre coiiiiaeloi' and rrieiiii,
bring comfort and relief to
nil those who aoelt olir aid.
they could out ot
cams to nPPfM‘».‘» " % , !
those years . . .
stood ' up- under yc»w “ .j
and gave them econonglj
service . . . the car th“‘
gulp gas. , ,
DRUG
TWIN FALLS-BUHL
BURLEY
Medical Arts
Pharmocy . "*
Ki: 3-1300
MU, and M lta. 6TANLI0Y pillLLiPfi'
oiirt JOHN .w ii^ iiS iieo N •
■
f
homo hobbled along-In
“
old-car», cooxlng every ro
sa V-m or
T W IN FALLS
2(13 2nd Av(. N,
W e h a v e A ll th e
' L e a d in g B r a n d s
of V IT A M IN S
MORTUARY
leqting
Wofiian on Main avenue ,,,,
pleading with small boy
cor to unlock, car door , , , w L
men__ loading— oitasB w t'
truck . . . ChUdren straBultag ,I
school . . . Bent pin , . . Smali .,,i
displaying dime store_^welrj '
Boy chasing dog . . . car 'iiii
newspap'ers plastered across «inj
shield . . . Young b„y runnio;
across busy street . . , v , '
wearing brlghi red coal . ,
m an attcmpiing lo undersumd'
street system ot Tvi-ln Palu
Tvrrs; ROQiicy Tcyuij beiiii; callM
"chambermaid” . , , Womci con
verging on clothes dunns eadi
hours of sale . , , Mrs, C aiK ud
Lelser. giving advice , . .
w eather In January , , , Siipcrstiii.
ous persons unhappy about Fridjy
Jan, 13 , , , Girl tellliiK at.
Trienirs-TOaiimE . ■.; Harolti h” , teasing friend . , . Chamber ol j
Cnmmerce employe u-oafmi.—
and red plaid muffler . , . q|,| '
eating doughnut for breakta.st
And overheard: "Some people'(«
like that, never satisfied and al.
ways think the grass Is crffneroj
the Other side o t the fence."
Parking Fines
OIL BURNING ... NO OPEN FLAME
Circulating forced oir . . . oconomicatly hcati lorgs
•pocoi. Easy, quick, movablo . . . mounted on rubber.lirod whools.
v
13^198,
Peace Justice
Seen Today
Status Rafees
LawQuestion
Payment Asked
-Bonfire Set
"Keep the Wlifte Flag
of Safety Plying
Twin Fall^ News in Brief
’R m A Y . J A K U A U y
TWIN FALLS
The year was lOH'
Economy In driviiij l>J " ’ ,
otlier reason tor
d.
loot oar ,
'''‘‘ITI
ered to up,,
'''[ S ,ji
i o f |« s ,t l .e
up under |il«hw»y P“"
if o o .r lliat k«eP«
when^ trade-in, time
^nfl,jirllys,,» new W » ''
D art, C h ry ^ r, I '" P " '’i L ( t
a
today at Bob
BOO niock, Heoond BquI*'' ,
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^
T IM E S -N E W S , T W IN
T. FTKiwanis Officers Ai-e Installed
Lodge Rites
RUiirdlnn,>;. a n d M rs. G e o rg e J o i ik
ln.s. d e p u ty n u L siclan .
Eleciivi' o ffic c r.s In.stiU lrd n r c
Mv.s. E . L, iv c rp e r a n d C h iw lr-s
W lim nri', n o b l? g r a n d ; M rs. C lc o
M cLw iclilin n n d C c c tl T i-o.spcr.
vice no b le p n i n d i Mr.*^. M a n n i n g
P aller.son a n d
M ilto n R o b e ri.s ,
recording s r r r n t a r l p s ; M rs. Su.'^.Tn
B augh, f i n a n c i a l s e c r e t a r y , a n d
Mr.s, J a c k M j ir i ln a n d C la r e n c e
.R cj-noldi. tre w iu r o rs .
A ppoiniivo o f f ic e r s in.stitlled u o r c
Mr.s. H arold G e n tr y a n d R o b e r t
Drynn. rig h t s u p p o r t e r s to n o b l e
grand; M rs, R a l p h V n u g h a n a n d
Eco Hayo.s, l e f t s u p p o rtc n s to n o b l e
grnnd; Mi.s. H a r r y D e d ric k a n d
.Clco M cL aU fflU in, r i g h t s u p p o r t e r s
to v ice n o b le g r a n d ; M rs. E l t o n
E sllnger a n d E . L. L e e p e r, l e f t
BUpporlcr.s t o vice n o b le g r a n d ;
Mr.s. D elroy M c B r i d e a n d H e n r y
TlioinfJson, w a r d e n s .
,
M ai I> Brown, le ft, outgoliift president of tbe T w in Falls K iw anls club, passes the la v e l of, commind to A. E. (AI) Vaughn, rl|[ht, Incoming; president, during liislallallon certmonlti |ie ld Thurs­
day iiljht a t th e A m erican le jlo n halU'W aller C. (Cap) Simften, Buhl, Idaho-U tah district Kiwanls
lieutenant governor, attended.4he ceermonles. (S ta ff photo-engjavlni;)
‘
Blaine’s Area
|A. E. Vaughn Installed as
President of IGwanis Club School Heads
Are Reliired
A. E. (Al) V au g hn, manaRcr of
Ithe Tft’jn Falls .S ears Roebuck and
■company store, w a s Instnlled ns
Ithe 1D81 president of th e Twin
|palls Klwonis club T hursday eve­
ning. at ft d inner m eeting held In
Itlic Tft’ln Falls A m erican Legion
„ Installing officer w as Walter C.
3(Cap) Scnften, B u h lr Kiwanls llcuitenant-governor f o r th e Idaho-
Church Holds
Yearly Affair
For Wendell
WENBEUi, J a n . 13 — The an­
nual congregational meeting was
held Sunday a fte r the regular
)r.sh\p fiprvlp.ft nf. - th e Presliy.
te rlftn -c h u rc h ^ th '^ B - RevrsJrAT
3eiiiiiiiK.s;- piU)Uji'. u s~modt«r{ronr
-Heports o f-a ll-b ra n c h e s of the
cliurch"werg~revigwed and accept'
ed. They Included th e U nited Pres­
byterian Women, M ariners, Westnlnster Fellowship, M en’s coun, board of tru ste es, session,
urcii school a n d -th re e women’s
Ircles.*
|Elected as n illn g elders were
)uglas Schrank a n d Ben Qulll6rd. Holdover eld ers include’ Arhur Bennett, Mrs. M. If. Metz,
kirs. John New brough and Dr.
lorold Holslnger.*
Dr. Richard H ag erm an and Mrs.
. C. Miner were reelected church
chool superintendent and assjstnt superintendent.
After the congregational meotng the board of tru ste es held Its
)uslnes3 m e e t i n g ’w ith Roger
liowitrchidm B Trnireaiaingi
C. J. Bennett was elected treosirer of the church f o r 1061. Mrs.
R. Berry WPS elected trustee
W one year ty c o m p ie te th e term
if Mrs. Gene Jo hnson, who moved
0 Kimberly.
Tnistees elected each for a
hree-year term are Owen Bolan,
■!r». Earl Sohrenk fin d Ben Mnr.
in.
Holdover trustees Include Phil
Ilrrel, 01 y d e ’ P etersen, Arthur
ennett, Ray T u rn e r a n d Dr.'M. E.
:hccl.
■
Speakers Noted
^ 1 0 , Jan. 13—Speakbrs at th r
lunday LDS-sacrnTncntr scnUtcs
tere Robert Word. W illiam Jones,
vllllam Tracy a n d M rs. Wallace
faylor.
WUllam Tracy w a s ouslalnej
“ Mclor In the Y M M IA supertaendency. Prayers w ere given by
Mil Ward and Ployd K nlsht.
U tah district. M ax L. Brown,
Twin Palls city com missioner and
Tw in Palls circulation m anager
for th e Salt Lake Tribune and
D eseret News-Telegmm, was h o n ­
ored as the retiring president of
th e group.
J. D. McCollum,^ SImplot 6olIbullders’ Twin P alls general m a n ager, w as msister o f ceremonies.
S cnften presented KIwanlan A r­
th u r Cedarqulst a legion of honor
aw ard for 25 years of perfect a t ­
tendance.
O ther 1061 officers Installed
T hursday evening are Claude
Brown. Jr., treasurer; W illiam
O range, secretary; J . 0 . McQollum,
second vice president and B e rt
Larson, first vice president.
K iw anls members nam ed to th e
board of directors this ^ear are
Dr. A rthur Prantz, James HoU,
R obert Harney, R. O. Severson and
I)!vS en-K at,ir
■ea i i yu vei U hm tura lUB LUT'iy
Christensen, Dr. W . E. D renker,
S ,.E . Runnlnff^-Merl—Smock—andR ay StrloUand.
R etiring as m em bers of th e
board of directors a r e A rthur D eVolder, Ken Olbson, O. A. K elker,
C harles Perkins a n d th e Rev, E e u h e n PIm er,
PAGE T H R E E "'
FA LLS, ID A H O
e\v Officers of Tecliniciaii Chapter Inspect Book
Looking al a scrapbook of t h e fn'oup's achievements during (he
vice pretddent. and H elen WhltKell, secretary-treasurer. M ra. Selmer
past year ore n e w offircrN o f t h e Magic Valley X -ray Tcclinlcinn , Thompson, rl/rhl, B u h l, Is outgoing president. T h e n e^ o ffic e rs were
chanter, from l e f t . Mrs. \ia r o \d S lcarlcy, prerident; Davlii Parsons, installed Tliursday evening. (Staff pholo-fngraving)
Mrs. Robert Montgomery an d
Jack M artin, conductors: M rs.
Lawrence R en n er itnd Delroy M c­
Bride, inside guardians; Mrs. Lee
Moore and E lto n Osborne, outside
guardians; M rs. Charles Wlmmer,
musician; Mrs. Conness Moore a n d
George Eubanks, color bearers; . Mrs. Harold S tea rley was I n ­
Frank Phillips, right scene s u p ­ stalled as p re s id e n t of Uie M agic
porter; Rex M iller, le ft scerfe s u p - Valley chapter o f X-Rjiy T e c h ­
iiortcr; Mrs. L ee Hayes and M rs. nicians during ft candleUght c e re ­
Andy Robinson, chaplain su p p o rt­ mony Thursday evening In th e
ers and Mrs. George Eubanks a n d MnRlc Valley M em orial h ospital
Mrs. Henry Thom pson, past noble auditorium. ■
gr&nd supporters.
Others installed a j J ^ v l d P op-"
Zane Harrison, Fairfield, d is ­ sons, vice pre.slderur»and H elen
trict youth com m ittee chairm an, Whltsell, secretary-treasurer. M rs.
talked on sending delegates tp th e
United Natl6tis"'fr6rn district six.
Mrs. Don Loper was presented
a past noble gran d p in from th e
lodge by Mrs. H arry Dedrick, w ho
noted th at s h e had brought M rs.
CASTLEFORD, J a n . 13 - M r.
'Loper’s nftme to the lodge. ...
Mrs. Loper also w as presented and Mrs. James 'Wheeler v isited
a scrapbook of year's activities, ori her brother-in-law and sLitcp M r.
annual gift w h ich Is compiled a n d and Mrs.- Bill C u r tis , Boise, a n d
given by Mrs. Evadlne G regory,-a Wheeler's brothers-In-law and s is member living at Stanley. T h e ter.s, Mr. and Mrs. W ilbur Boehlke,
scrapbook was presented by M rs. Nampa, and Mr, a n d Mrs. Bill P i t ­
man, Meridian.
Ralph Vaughan.
Walter Beerly was presented a
Mr. and Mrs. L e e Shaver h av e
past nobl» g ran d pin from th e received word th e ir son-in-law a n d
lodge by Cleo M cLaughlin. MUton daughler, Col. a n d Mrs. A l v i n
Roberts was presented a merit p in Kenipton, w i l l leave Okinawa
In appreciation of long and o u t­ Sunday for a trip t o Manila In th e
standing work as secretary and Philippine.';, Hong K ong and New
member of th e lodge by R o b ert Dehli, India.
Bryan.
Mr. ond Mrs. S te v e P o u k ^ .a n d
A new 60-star flag, given th e family and Elain e W alker aRrn m .
lodRfl jru n e m p c y -o t - t ho iRtft L ii- ^ n ^ R o n f t l ^ P o u k at—io—
LJ-fifiper-bjiwhere he will a tte n d L ln k s School
and family, w as p re s ^ te d by M artof Business..They a l s o visited M r.
ning-Patteraon.
•and Mrs. Louis J a u r e g u l and fa m -Guests■present from Bho *» TTy "and>mmp E d w a rd s, Boise, a n d
shone, H agerm an, Fairfield, W en­
Mr. and Mrs. R o b e r t Nelson, M e­
dell and Tuttle.
ridian.
Technicians Install
x4t Candlelight Ceremony
HAILEY. Jan. 13—B la in e coun­
ty school board retain ed all 'ad­
m inistrators o( class “ A ” school
district No. 61 at t h e i r regular
meeting Monday evening.
Paul F. Dempsey was re h lre d as
county s c h o o l superintendent.
Principals arc Vernon E x n e r of the
Hailey h ig h school; L e ste r R. Rob­
erts. H ailey, elementary school;
Lcsier L. Lewis, Bellevue g rad e and
high .school; Don L. ■Williams,
Carey grade and high school, and
Ray Jefferson, K eto h u m ' grade
school.
Tile board approved p u rch ase of
automatic fire alarms f o r the ma­
jor buildings of the d is tric t. Su­
perintendent Dempsey s ta le d this
Is another step forward' I n the pro­
gram of fire safely fo r the stuifinta._______________________
Thft dl.^^t.r iotrhe-stftted T-h i o - W i
ed on th is program stea d ily , first
by cloanlng tip t^he Buliairigs and
tlzing regular lire d rills , then
organizing
by adding thousands o f dollars
worth of fire escapes a n d doors
where needed.
Dempsey stated the electric wb*Irig and heating plants h a v e been .'BHBLEY, J a n . 13 — Justices o f
modernized with modem fire eX' the peace for Cassia county w ere
tlngulshers and hoses. T h e autO' appointed by th e county commis­
matlc fire alarms to b e installed sioners this week.
at this tim e will give ad e q u ate no­ They Include Alfred Crane, w ho
tice of unusual heat in plenty of hai an office In Ihe courthouse,
time for a ll students to b e able to Anna M. P arish , 231 East 13th
A petition to probate the will of leave the building, he sta te d .
slrttt, both Burley; Alton Buckley,
Mrs. M yrtle A. Henderson, who died
Oakley, and P a y e Gunnell, s tr c J a n . 6 In Twin P alls, was filed
READ TIMES-NEWS W A K T ADS yell..
In T w in Palls probate court T h u rs­
day.
T h e estate Is valued a t more
W ILLS Motor Co. Announces to our Customers
th a n ilOiOOO. A will dated Nov. 14,
1880. lists heirs as th re e -b ro th e rs,
— — who Bough^RAMBLERS'in'Docember---'Pred W . Preckel, Tucson, Arlz.;
W alter O. Preckel, Fargo, N. D„
a n d Arnold A. Preckel, Lemon
Grove._Cal!f,: two j^ e c e s , D orothy
M atheney, Las Vegbi, and Neoma
Brown, Twin Palls, and three
nephews, David Preckel, Presno,
Calif.; Melvin Preckel, Twin Palls,
a n d A llen Preckel, L m o n Orove,
Arnold Preckel wn.i named execr
u to r In the will, w ith Neoma
Brow n as alternate executrix. B e­
cause of his residence in ■C ali­
fornia, Neoma Brow n consents to
R m bler salea set a record
Jonuary Buyers, too,
a c t as executrix. T h e y are rep re­
sgaln In December so every
s en te d by Edward Babcock, Tw in
cuitoroer of o u rs who took
eon ihars-ln
P alls attorney.
delivery^of a n e w Hamblcr or
P robate Judge Zoe A nn W arberg
Rambler'! success
Metropolitan In December has
s et a hearing for 10 a jn . Jan. 31.
te n m alltd a D.B. Bavtosi
Come in today for fu ll details Bond,
VISITS IN HAZELTON
HAZELTON, Jan. 13—Mrs. E m ­
m a Talley, Boise, la a houseguest
of h e r daughter - In - law, M rs.
G eorge Talley; while George Is vis­
230 Shoshone SL W est
- RE S-2801
iting and deep sea fishing In C al­
ifornia w ith relatives.
Judges Named
Mrs. Henderson
Will Is Probated
WILLS MOTOR CO.
Area
, Repoifts Journeys
Castleford
AND
VOLUNTEERS IN ARMY
WENDELL, J a n . 13 — Thomas
Em m ett Bartlett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Bartlett, Wendell, volun­
te ered for three years service- in
=the—i l p l i i f —SHnjr. A lter .eish f
weeks of basic ond eight wefeks of
advanced ’ individual
training,
JRartlett. willL entac-the threc.w celi
paratrooper school. B artlett left
by commercial olrllne for F t. Ord,
Collf., to begin basic training.
FINED AT B IJR L E Y
BURLEY, Jan. 1 3 — Ben A. M a r­
tinez. Burley, w as fined $6 an d
costs by Justice o f th e Peace Al­
fred Crane W ednesday for driving
with an expired chauffeur’s li­
cense. He was c ite d by State P a ­
trolman M. J. S n y d e r.
PER R rS TV
Guaranteed service on
oil mokei TV & Radios.
PHONE RE 3-1037
STATE HARDWARE
SAL^!
WALLPAPER
SALE!
196T Potterns
Values to
$2.00 Single Roll
"TirClearl\T^*i
That
«»J^jLA i»a 2e Y o ^
pickupydlirphoneandenjoy^
alongdistancecall#niglit!
SWEATERS
Selm er Thompson. Buhl, is out­
going president a n d was installing
officer.
Gregory Bright gave a lecturedemonstratlon on "Gall bladder
techniques," w hich covered the
role of tile X -ray technician in
^valuation of the films.
Tentative plans for the coming
year were outlined and It was
.announced that M rs. Stearley and
Mrs. tliompson will atten d a
meeting of the Id ah o S tate X -ray
technician society executive com­
m ittee In Lewiston to help formu­
late plans for the state convention
in May In Lewiston.
Mrs. William M raz, Buhl, ,wafl..R
giiesL After the business meeting^
the group met a t th e home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bright, 701 Eastland
drive, where refreshm ents were
served.
The next meeting will be held
Peb.-b, f e a t u ^ g a program con­
ducted by JlDbert Kimbrough, a
representative of the Eastm an
Kodak company, S a lt U k e City.
J
yo u ’d lik e
FAMOUS BRAND
19c 29 c
39c
Single Roll
1V
Pabco Gloss and
Satin Enamet Wilt
Not Stain or Yellow
4st.Quarts. 2.90
2nd. Quart
.01
2Q uarti
PABC0J4TEX
WALLPAINT
A LL CO LO R S
R E G .'5 .9 8
G A L L O N - O N L Y ....
3 . 9 9 ^
(so much pleasuro for solittle cost) ■
--
m o u n t a in
s T A f p s y e L e p T f f b t f e '^ ^ '" '
t
' T T
263 M A IN AVE. EA ST:
TWIN FALLS
' ’W ' T T
'FRIDAY, JANUARY'as,
T I M E S - N f iW S r T W ^ N - f - A - L i& ,^ H O -
_B A G E1 Q U B _
tt©W-TH
TUCKER'S M ATIONAL
. - ‘JL'£(tfKlt^Uoii of F ib .^ 1942 of
E rn lu T tn ic
• MUblUhtd {B lOOfi >Dd tbt Twio FtlU Ntw» MUblUMln ItOt.
I^ H IR JL rC JL G
1951
e s A P P€-AR-I^R-OM McLemore^lo-Enter-Gafage— -
P E G L E R ’S
A N G L E
For Oa, Grease and Tuiieup
ROME, Italy—Did you ever hear hairpin Into the kitch >n that call]
TUCSON—John D, KUn, 35,
1110500. died 0^ a~ri6arc a i iacg^Tg^
W T oT irhilssedr
Jeopardized Irlcndly relations w ith B ouU iem Pemoccntly. He w a i’born lH ~N ogaIe^ -meoretlcair
Not of )il3 car, but of himself. I h back is th e s e c t i o n ol
crate by li li appointment o f D iU lo tw rt 0 . Weaver as
Arlz., right on^the M exican border,
Colonel Davis b a d the~25th UJ8.
Well, you are going to, an d soon. Megan's motor which really netd,
the hom ing a n d home fin an ce a d m ln la to to r. Non#
>waa graduated from Tombstone in fan try , a Negro regim ent of mix­ The minute I get my affairs In the grease Job„To get lull horst.
. ______________ oI..Kennedy.'J-Bfilcctlons-hM..been
high school-spent some yeortt of ed renown, honorable, tragic and order I plan to enter a garage power, T^hffve to bend over lo ,
unpop u lar w ith the DUle
highly controversial.
his youth on the
near Piazza Vene­
full inverted 0 shape, and lo
DEAD n s n DEPTE^
Dwnocrata th a n th a t o f Dr. Weavcavalry post o f
A fter'Sam Kee Ut o ut for China, zia and have the
15 miles of this Is kllllns.
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i a er, a liberal Negro w h o 1» currentr Dear Pots;
Ft.
Huachuca
andi
staff
of
roechan.
various
persons
unknown,
ra
n
his
To beat bending over i hav«
b ly vice ch a irm an o f New York How' come folks who quite li k e served as an aerial
concessions until 1934 when - Mar Ics go o v e r me’
eating
dead
fish
make
such
a
f
u
s
s
tried
pushing
the
car
with
a
brooo
Cllyj' houalpg, a n d redevelopmenl
Kim, h is nephew, drove h is wagon from head to toe,
about drinking'saine? Could be It'j^ gunner In, the sec­
handle, but let n<e warn you ihai
board,
i'
with h is kettles a n d stu ff onto ' Why a saragc?
it a matter ot pttsonU ta s t e , ond war.'
If the broom ever slips oil th,
Weaver h a s been a key figure In
HUachuca with tlie 25th foot, Why not a clliilcJI
0 preferring toasted g rassh o p ­ ' After- th a t he
bumper at high speed, you've had
the N ational A u o cla tlo n for the
was a flight in
which h ad been shifted up from , Because s i n c e
pers to chocolated ants.
it. You, the car, and the baby jh
■Advancement of C olored People Anyway.^ people 1 know m ak e structor a t
Camp Little down- near Nogales. e a r l y Christmas
all fouled up In a whaekln
,
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- iPS regular trips with salvaged plcl
Camp“ a t l i r then ,was' sljrvsysd m o r n i n g , when]
lent,
which h av e beeh In stru m en tal In Jars- a n d cider Jug? to fetch w a te r base t r a l n 4 . n g
Megan found
out.
I tried towing the car with i
Bar Tockw
tile school desegregation move­ from a source outside th e ch lo rin e fliers for Korea.*
red
autom
o
b
11
e|
M ar Khn took sovereignty over
rope, but this means a breakdown
ment th e restaurant sit-in dem o ristratlo n s through- bolt. T h e name ol the spring e s ­ Tlfere was a r e - ______________
the old family stakeout. He dealt under the'C hrist­
to
Megan, and she’ll have none o|
o\it the S o u th , and the overall strateg y of achlevlns capes me, b u t It Is In Snake r iv e r qulem high m a ss '! ,
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UcLcnor*
a beautiful spread of Chinese food mas ,tree, I have
it. The inotoi- (daddy) must be out
racial equality fo r Negroes.
served ■as a motor, not a, hum an ot sight and, hitting- on all «igh,
canyon next door to w hat 1s s a id at 8. S. P eler aad
soon
a
fte
r
Pearl
H
arbor
to
which
Tucson,
aouth e rn - p elltle a l-lettd era r-b o th -tn -co n g rw .^a iii ■lo hff th e .l
» - b y - C o ) O B e K ) a y i f t - T t o hfilng.
i-OTwHi
CIS U a r i c e t S t r e e t , S a n f r a n e i a e o . C a JU
The car has pedals on It. and "The only-compeMfttiort—fnr-Tjp"
Kllh's fath er was M ar K im ,'w ho oooasioo-^
the itate capitals, blame the' NAACP. a n d especial' Quito a pretty p|ace''lt is.' w lf h
h o -gtaod-ccM .
i'
ing a niuturr^s
is wliut
wiiai Itu uoes
lo
ly its N o rth ern leaders like'W eav er—h e was natlon- Stonework and bronze plaque a n d somehow, alter an In terv al oT monial Chinese crockery, which Megan's legs are long and strong walsb. I’m a straight eight ncA
years, (ell heir to a n unw ritten aroused sweet memories of two- enough to work .them , b u t she if you ever saw one.
al chalrm aa la st ytar—for all of th e ir racial diffi­ w ater flowing nienlly from
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concession to n(n a re s ta u ra n t (or bit chop suey in Chicago long^ ago. soon discovered th at it w4s easier,
Many think It would be a good Idea If culties. T h e j^ re fe r to the NAAQP as th e new "carpef gooseneck pipe. ,
I n o ne batch of this s p a rk lin g cavalry oKlcers and- th e ir civilian This was the lost d ecen t cljop suey and' much faster, to have daddy Next year—I don’t want to
baggers,"
reminiscent
of
th
e
years
w
hen
OOP
politi­
Americans, who are not generally notable
up In a Junk yard too so o n -i m
supply the power.
cians held th e South in political su b ju g atio n after stuff, once It was Inside c le a r guests but never lor enlisted sol­ In this world.
for their physical fitness, did more partici­ the b lv lt w ar., ' ..... glass c o n ta in e r s j^ n o te d .m ln u te diers on F t. Huachuca. T h li. privi­
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. The little red car has no odome­ gotog to buy Megon a real com.
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pact or a tiny ImportJ With a real
w hitish particles afloat. S u rele y lege originally was g ran ted about
pating In sports and less watching. Maybe
M ar Kim retired about 1951 and ter On It to measure miles, but motor. At 3'ii she may have to
so, but .abandonment of spectator sports MAJOR' ADMINISTRATION H O L E — Housing these could n ot be bits o t old ( i n , 1883 by some post com m ander to s tarted a grocery In Tucson. He my guess, and It's a conservative drive without a license, but ihji
or co u ld they? Or maybe used l u ­ Sam Kee, a ,Cantonese laborer
one. Is that I have pushed th e car
-.surely Is’not the a n s w e r . ________ ^ ^ h ln lstra to r-d e slg n a te W eaver will b e In a sensi cerne, atomic siftings, o r d is in te ­ who had come over th e desert was well respected.
will be tor better than my spend.
The 25th was a snappy outfit, as far as from J<ew, Y&rk to S eat­ Ing half my life stretched out on i
tive spot from the day he Is sworn i n t o office, not
grated
rattleanakS?
from
CalKornia
to
provide
muscle
Almost
all
nations,
Including
those
with
II •
but In 1906 President Theodore tle, with sightseeing trips to the grease rack:
only-Wlth Southern Democrats on c a p lto l hill, but
good records of fitness, have their spectator also with h is own race. How he h a n d le s his Job will W hence comes this liquid s o (or the building o( the Southern Roosevelt stupidly ordered three Grand canyon, 'yosemlte, B anff (D l.lr lb u U il by U c N .u ir h t S iin d i> ..u |
confidently bottled! Where did i t
sports. It Is natural to want to watch the determine how well President-E lect K ennedy will (low before going un d erg ro u n d ? Pacltic, which brought civilization co m p an l^ ■Into Brownsville, Tex., and Boston' common thrown in.
to the bloody desert.
Our hall is about 60 feet long
against w arnings th a t someone
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most skilled athletes perform. It Is a proper get along w ith the Southern m em bers of congress, It is obviously (ree o t la u n d ry
When William Jay Schledelln would push someone some night and Is paved with tile. A more SPRINGDALE, Jan. 13—Mr. and
expresslon'of the national life, and lends an who are, in reality, the D em ocratic m a jo rity in the bleach, but w hat other h o rre n d o u s made the silver strike u p th e hills and daub blood on th e moon.
perfect racing strip could n o t be Mrs. Ernest Doyley have returned
house of representatives.
Ingredient may It have? H as I t north of Huachuca, Sam K ee s ta rt­
Inevitable zest and excitement on the lighter
W h jp It hoppened, there was Imagined. Since Christmas I have to their home In Klamath FalU,
All legislation with respect to fe d e ra l financing been tested, analyzed o r In a n y
ed a laundry, a resta u ra n t and a one ^ l l a n dead so Roosevelt tried powered the car up and down t^e Ore., after visiting his porepu,
side.
ot homes, apartments an d slum clearan c e projects way proved (It (or human In rm rd s?
hall a t least a million times. A
(an tan jayout In Tombstone,
If anything shoiuld ever k ill such sports specify t h a t there ihall be n o discrim ination with F o lk s ought to know, seem s lik e . Schlefleuii-cfflltd.hlistrllcejpm b. the th re e companies by a board million times 60, divided by 6,280, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dayley,
of.ofllci
ond-relatlves-ln-DDolo.--------------rennrd'
to
race.
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trtg
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h
e
lp
h
lm
ln
the-Tiresl'
nJWalirMlTOrMlUras a major activity, It'won’t be television.
jtone becausq ’some oUier prosp«c- detachm ent "w ithout honor" for comes out to about 12^0u miles.
dentlal cam paign. Vice P residen t N ixon itressed and
ITwto Palls)
Man, I ’ve been bock and forth
There’s plenty, of evidence that good shows subsdrlbed to this doctrine.
tora told him he would fin d his refusing: to squeal o n individuals.
tombstone a t the end of th e trail. Mark Twain accused Roosevelt of across the United States four
still bring out the big crowds, TV or no.
However, during the last eight years, according to P o t Shots- note: You m ean fro rh
The commanding officer of Hua- persecuttag these soldiers to ap. times, not Just ortce—and w ithout
What is threatening public sports exhibi­ NAACP charges, and also W eaver’s, th i s provision n JS ID E a cow? I Have you e v e r chuca lured Sam Kee dow n to the pease southern politicians who a grease Job, a brake tightening,
NEW AND OSED
tions, however, Is ;he unruly behavior of a has not b een honoied or enforced. N ow . should ad' SEEN th e Inside ol a cow!
poit by offering him a monopoly were indignant because he had hi- a carburetor check-up'or a motor
mlnlstratpr Weaver adhere to th e le tte r and the
on the Bwne activities th e re . Chi­ vlted Booker T. W ashington to tuneup. All I've had is a wash
Service Si R e p a irs
crude minority ofthe fans. This Is becoming spirit of th e law, c.ipcclally in bu ild in g projects In
Job
now
and
then.
nese
occupied
an
Inferior
social
lunch a t the W hite House.
an Increasing problem.
the South, he will set S o u th ern m em b ers on a ram­ KITTENS FOR KIDS DEP’T.
No wonder I’m spitting and
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status In the West th e n . The
At Huachuca, the rem aining b at­
P e a r P o t Shots:
Rowdy elements haVe disturbed many a page ag a in st the now adm inistration.
sputtering and have a Icnock
All T jp es-R ln d s
I h a v e a long-haired black c a t . '49er’s' In California seriously ar­ talions of the 25th provided cadres when rolling along In high gear.
big league baseball game by tossing danger­
gued
that
It
was
no.
crim
e
to
kill
for__th ree, entire ^reg im en ts of
She w ould-m ake a nice pet f o r
ous objects, bursting out a n d engulfing ‘'UNPOPULAR” a t t o r n e y O tiN E R A L -A n ap a m a n or woman. As she has b e e n a Chinaman—hut no cinch, either, Negro Infantry fo r the second I need a mechanical overhaul and
polntment equally disturbing, to th e S o u th Is.th al
the sooner the better. I m ust need
stoned by children, I w o u ld n 't especially If he was Cantonese, war. T h e regiment is now extinct', a battery recharging, too, an d a
players, and so on.
ot Brother Bobby as atto rn ey general.
TTiey, were big fellows a n d hearty except on paper, b u t If It ever
Recently a professional basketball game • In his few and unfortunate forays In to the South­ recommend chljdrtn as h e r -ow ner.
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leg
alignment.
ia m es to life It will be a checker­
She is a very good mouser, b u t flghtvS"
• • •
And I have some dents th at
In St. Louis was Interrupted by cgg-throw- land d iy ln g th e prcddential cam paign. Bobby made the m ice are gone from th e n e ig h ­
Hl-Waj 3 0 -0 n Track la n e
board outfit. .
himself
extrem
ely
unpopular
w
ith
governors,
mayors
Eadlaton Are Onr B m ln e s jing. A vlBltlng coach was struck In the fore­ and political leaden who, hi th e face o f racial and borhood. She will never be b u r ­ There is a tradition now petri­ The restaurant o f Sara Kee and need straightening. The curve Into
the dining room Is one th a t would
Not a Sideline
fied into historic belief thaL^Sany
head.
fcllglous Intolerance, were supporting h is brother for dened with baby kittens. I f ' y o u Kee paid off the H uachuca gar­ Mar K im Is almost forgotten.
tax
Sterling
Moss,
and
there
Is
a
H uachuca Is now th e great elec­
Perhaps .the worst showing on the
the presidency, and, perhaps, Jeopardizing their own would like to have her, inquire a t rison on two or more occasions in
136 A sh street, apartment No. 3,
tronic proving ground of the sig­
record was In Philadelphia, homi; "of the political fu tu re .
the ’80's when congress forgot to nal corps, possibly lousy with spies
Twin Falls.
Eagles, national professional football cham- Attorney general-designate K en n ed y denounced
appropriate the money, a n d again of the Ft. M onmouth type whom
Mrs.
James
Steelto
them to th e ir face as racial and religious "bleots.'
when the wagons did n o t get Joe McCarthy and MaJ. Oen. Kirk
plons. All season long, ruffians endangered He accuse dthem of giving only p o litlq j^ ljp service
IT'S TOUOll!
through on time, if everj w ith the B. Lawton tried to expose.
to his beloved broUiBr.'
Ians by their'misbehavior.
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Pot Shots:
gold
coins.
Their standard practice was to throw beer Ho accused them of giving only p o litic al Up service S u n d ay , A. Parent h a d se v e ra l
AVAILABLE IN MODERN ESTABLISHED
The only paper money floating
he a n d his presidential b rother obeyed. They words to say about the h ig h sch o o l
bottles, cans; and parts of ripped up wooden both
CHOICE location
confined th e ir major appearances an d addresses to youngsters of today re g a rd in g In those days was the p riv a te Is­
stands doTO upon the spectators In the Ww- the more sympathetic an d electorally Important
sue of an ancestor of Bill ZeckcnK ING HILL. J a n . 13-W llllam
oars, gas, hamburgers an d mlHcer stands — a height roughly equivalent to states of th e Northeast a n d th e HtTddle West, And shakes. Wonder If he's ever lo o k e d dorf, the New York alr-castle Trail. King xHill, was appointed
-foutfltorles. When such hooligans were ap­ It w as-those states which delivered f o r Prosldont- Into a n y otherphase of th e lr e d u - architect, who. ran a big trading Elmore couiit^saudifcor to succeed
Doctors, Dentists, and related professions
catlon, for tastance tlie ac ad em ic poet In Tucson and Issued his own Gerald Flecker, m o u n ta in Home,
prehended and escorted away, loud boos In ­ Elcct K ennedy.
currency. Sam Kee carried on un­ who h as resigned, a t the county
portion.
also foi* . .
dicated support for the transgressors.
T JN A N S ^B E D QUESTION—Thus, w ith Weaver I ’d b e willing lo wager he w o u ld til his health began to f a i l l n 191D commissioners' m eeting this week
Pans below suffered many Injuries. They as housing administrator an d with B ro th e r Bobby quit s c h o o l before a tte m p tin g and he h jt for home, obedient to In M ountain Home.
Lawyers
Accountants
- Architects
were further endangered by the postgame enforcing th e laws relating to school, ballot-box, some o f the research, them es a n d his religious belief th a t it was fit­
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teurance - Realtors - Engineers
crush of people eager to uproot the goal and housing equality between th e race s, the final homework assigned high sch o o lers ting lo die and be burled in China.
responsibility for the W eaver-K ennedy behavior In
The late Col. Lee Davis, an In­
Some teachers h a n d o u t
posts after aw lctory. Some calloits Individ­ the handling of thli me.«y problem w ill rest on the today.
asslgiunents as If theirs is t h e fantry soldier and th e perfect
m P l E PARKING SPACE
UTAH STOKER SLACK
uals made a h ib lt of Jumping from an elght- White H ouse doorstep for th e first tim e since the only subject being studied.
model of the American regular
Xoot parapet Into the crowd to Join the goal supreme c o u r t’s historic, 1954 desegregation decision. I f A, P arent would help h i s officer and gentleman, h a d heard
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Rent
includes: Janitor, lights, heat and water
.po t„uprootlng. More than a dozen cases of Despite h is dispatch ot troops' to L ittle Rock, Pres­ child with his homework s o m e th at on one occasion w hen Sam
$15 per Ion Delivered
ident Elsenhofljer has not baclced th e su p rem e court's
he would (ind out w h a t Kee paid off the troops he won
broken bones were reported during the sea­ varlou.1 decisions against all kinds o f segragatlon evening,
I m e an .
intermountain Fuel Co.
most of th e money back in 48
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son,
with th?, prestige and pressure of his h ig h office,
M y h n L ls oil lo, those y o u n g ­ hours .la.hli.fftiL tfl.a.it«^o..-T hey.
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jndlvlduals-w ho-dellberately-act-to^njurf - T h e question now ]s w hether—Prealdent=Elctt sters who
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' the
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got $13 a m onth and were raised to
w ill dare lo plum p J o t j a c i a r equality.
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olfica Id Twlo Falla. Idaho, undir tin act of March,!. 1V79.
All DoUcM raaulrad by law or by order of court of tooptUnt
lorlsdletlOB to b« publiihed watkljr will b« publUhed m ib t
-^ortdar-iNUt of-ioU papar-punuani to 8ao.
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Radiators
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CLYDE'S
1960
PROFESSIONAL AND/OR
BUSINESS SPACE
Named Auditor
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING
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-inerely-apollspcrtsr^
If they keep on In. this vein, the real fa n
may indeed refuse to watcn a sport any
plac^ but In th e safety of his living room.
SHORTAGE OF DOCTORS
.
In the coming year one of th e hot topics
In congress will be m edical'care for th e
aged. But .there are some fresh and Import­
a n t signs th a t ■we ought also to be concern­
ed about medical care In general.
A new government report presents strlk-Ing-evldonoe of tho decline In the propor­
tion. of doctors In this coiffitS’FTfelatlvB-to
th e size of th e population.
new but h a s been In m o­
tion for at least the last 20 years, yhe two
lO s ta la n n ln g r a s p e c ts T ib o u H t- a r e r U r e ^ s h a r p :
drops In the proportion ol doctors In private
practice and In the category of geneifal prac­
titioners.
tBstirear about 'tw o of"every^ ree phy.slclans were In private practice. •But back
'I B 'l O S n h e T a t l d w a s 86 ^ r l i e n t .
-T his tloes not mean, ot course, that there
are actually fewer doctors In prlvafe prac­
tice. Their numbers have gone up some 20
rper cent lii recent decades. B u t the total
of persons to be cared for medically has
6l)dt up by more than twice th at rate.
To add to the problem of the ordinary
■citizen seeking private medical care, today
the physicians who are In private practice
are almost eqtially divided between general
practitioners and specialists. Thirty years
ago specialists accounted for only one out
of every sly.
The people who need to consuU specialists
can be grateful for the trend. But the m il­
lions whose prime need Is a good fam ily
' physician have a right to be worried,
As a matter of fact, the difficulty of find­
ing a family doctor who Is not already over­
loaded with worli;, can bo testified to by
countless famllles ln most parts of the coun­
try. The search often Is long,and hard, and
-Js-not-olways-suooessful
Unless the doctor-to-populatlon ratio la
soon reversed, the quest for a good general
physician Is likely to become steadily more
cans.
Quite obviously^ tho whole subject of the
‘adequacy ot otir medical care, both npw
and In the future, needs exhaustive re-ex' amlriatlon,
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DOLLARS AND SENSE
Twinty-seven states and the District of
Columbia ctirrently have In effect "safe
driver Insurance plans" whereby drivers
•With acoidont-free records are given dls' pbunta and bad drivers pre pennllned with
higher premiums.
Introduced by insurance companlci
In California in 1050, tho plans liuvo been
enthuslBstlcftUy received by motorists. More
F ir s t
■ divlduils’is
Ittwintlvcs yct,«l«vlB0 d ,l 0 r safe driving,
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VIEWS OrOTHERS'
PU PS-FOB K ID8-D EFT.
D ear Pot.Sho.ls:
W e h a v e ’ a full-grown, s m a ll,
black male dog that looks like li e
m ig h t be half Boston te rrie r a n d
the o th e r half we don't k now .-H e's
real friendly, and,Hpuld.. make .a
w onderful child's dog. W e a lr e a d y
have two dogs so we c a n ’t ' k e e p
this one. You can pick him u p
th re e miles north of Curry o r
Phone EEdwood 3-2334
(Twin Palls)
r R I U ’GUUATlON-lN-H-AN JtJA N
Tho Inauguration of Oov. Luis M unoz M aria to r
fourth te rm was a happy occasion fo r Puerto Rico
and Ui0 U nited Stat&s. Since P u erto Ricans are
•American citizenfl, this Is a - s a t is f a c tl o n 't h a t we
have a rig h t to shore.
The governor has completely d o m in ate d the scene
on his Islan d since 194ff a n d h is la n d slid e victory on
tlio some day as our presidential electio n was proof
that his- popularity has n o t dim inished. This time
he had to win against determ ined in terferen ce from
FAMOUS LAST LINE
local C atholic bishops, w hich th e P u erto R ican voters
. . . \y tll if you can re m em b er
ignored, T h e reasons for th e governor's popularity
aro-numerous. I t hns been un d er his lead ersh ip that P eart Harbor, you're Ketting a lo n g
the rem arkably successful "O p eratio n Bootstrap" In years!"
GENTLEMAN IN THE
was conceived auiH aW M through.
rOUUTH ROW .
There-has been aapectacular sp u rt I n the island's
living- fitandards since'the w ar. --------P er c a p---------ita income,
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any Latrn-Americ,
•‘"W or ‘ th'b that of any
country except Venezuela. Life ex p e ctan y has in­
creased from 46 to 68 years. T he lite ra c y rate is now
clcx'ie to 00 per cent. TTiese sp ectacu lar results have
draw n-thousands-of-oX ficials^t€chniclaxu-and stu*
dents to P u e rto Blco from all over th e world.
i t .was th e hope of th o se who^-.wltnossod-tlie
triumph of tho Cuban revo lu tio n aries th a t they
would u s e ■th e Puerto R ic an ex p erien ce os their
model, o n th e contrary, th e Cuban leaders have
energetically backed tho tiny , discred ited independ­
ence m ovem ent IirPuerto Rico as p a rt o f the struggle
against th e United States.
The po litical and economio status o f ' Puerto Rico
Is unique, an d it therefore can n e v e r 'b e a precise
model fo r th e Latln-American ’ co u n tries. At the
same tim e, Qovernor - M unoz M arin ’s ’contention
tliat “economio progress a n d fiodal Ju stic e can bcit
iM..Qbtalned- by..fitrcngthfinln«.-democratic processes"
has been demonstrably tru e fo r P u erto Rico.
All A m erican citizens c a n Join enthusiastically
In congratulations and good wishes f o r a dl3tmguishcd fellow-Ainerlcan, G overnor M unoz Mann,
and for Donn Inca, his charm in g a n d gifted wife
and collnborator.~New Y ork Times.
[io n
C A LEN D A R
SALES LISTED HERE
ALL MAGIC VALLEY
PASSING TH E PA S S P O R T
Contoct the Times*
As Shakespeare might have p u t It. what's in
News Farm Sales de­
passport? And, as In the case of a n a m e , the answer
p
artm
en
t
for complete adver­
Is that one m ay smell more like a rose th a n anotlier.
By all accounts the new A m erican passport is to tisin g coverage ol your farm
s a le : hand bills, new spaper
bo a relatively attrQctlVe affa ir. (U nless you nre one
coverage lover G7.00D reader*
of those Ainerlcans who liked the ro u g h green cloth
In Matlo Valley), advance bill­
cover b elter than tlie new plastic b lu e one.) You in g . All ot one special low ra ts .
don't have to take blue; you ,can have a maroon one E very sole listed In this F arm
tn^B -btadrone-slm pljrbj^becom lnff-an-offloial-or-ft -colentliir-foi-no-tmj's-BSforBdiplomat to miOtch.
s a ls at no cost.
Tliere are other changes in the passport. But
whnt m ost people see when you are trav elin g is the
Here’s how the Wide-Track Pontiac keeps pace
w Sh your stepped-up driving sch Su le!“ “
JANUARY 16
tlie world over thijt l|s bearers visibly ballooned with
personal prestige wlltnever displaying i t . All.symbols,
however, like colnnse, w ear th in r o u n d the edges.
Passports do loo.
Ono th in g wo hope for th e new A m erican pasaporl
is that it will soon ccim to rem ind peo p le ol other
nations how conipnrallvely difficult It is lor them lo
visit tllo United States. O lder co u n tries, more coj|.
sclous of tho value ol tourism , more u s e d to soeliii;
"foreigners" come and go, havo h io stly aboll.'Jicd
vlsiu..
An A m erican can travel widely, w h eth er haiiclsoiiicly o r not. on bis pa'ssport and n tlekct.' Dtil
visitors to America havo to get tho pcrjulsilon at
Aiiierlcim BUthorltles —-extni credentials nliovc those
tho passports of Ihclr own nations g ive tlieni—anil
they tom etlnios rejent it.
someday th e « mhy come n time w licn even the
best lookUig passport won't be n eccsjary to inter.
natlonal-truveleri,.Moanwlille.lt ta J le n s ftn t to.Uilnk
lhot-|ho^pnsspoia“IJnit“ n n y ^ a to oven tmlivy in 's
procfss o l cvulHlta that la nwro th ttn tkln deep,
—OlirlaUan Sclcuco Monitor.
nSnjiwriflff-tftri «<itorge. Lew la
^-'rAtfrtrtiremeut, Jan. 13-U '
Auctioneer—Harold K laas
JANUARY 17
Cal 11. Ualeman
Adverllsenienli, Jan. 13-14
A uetloneeri—Iverion nnd Ro«
. JANUAUY l i r n i
O. Cljpsaiiaie
AdvertlienienI, Jan. 17'-',
Auelloneeri Harold K laas
JANUARY 2,'IRD
Oharlei Ailieir
AdvetlUemenl, Jan. 20-31
A uotloneerii llaroli] K laaa
Elmer Youn(
— JANUARY-24TIIllivlllil Kerlln
AdverllsemenI, Jan. JO-Jl
' Auelloneeri Ilirold K U as
Si:3is»5^rPsH ltw;=*iR ai8<''(S'tuned and lailoMRt«Wi=3!qimi<(ctMrt5<rt^iw3!sutwwnJ"CornorJ. TW!
enliven Iho extra hours you sp en d In a car.
com es from tho bullt-to-lho-road stabllily of
new W ldo-Track. Anti Pontiac's fam ous
Wolohl Is Irim mod lo givo you moro action
V-8 porforroonco lots you lake city or
with loss exponso. W idor .doors open
turnpike Iravol with assuronco.
farther lo o aso your gotllng In and out.
Thoro's m,oro room Insido. O utsldo, Ponlia'c
has a moro parkablo, garogooblo sizo.
You manouver wjlhout pfiorl, sit steady
C hoose Iho car that has kept pace with the
change In your driving habits. Inspect,
drive, select th 6 '61 RontlociofVour choice.
P O H T I A C ' O I - I T ’S
- S E E YOUR LO(Ja L
A L L P O N T IA C !
a u t h o r iz e d
THEONLVWID
Boil>»ldlllIrtnrnidli tKliKlilil<
him,MilnnliMtillne»d
(htiii l« lan-lHlKl drlvlililibllllr.
PONTIAC DEALER-
CARLESON'S PONTIAC-CADILLAC
'• - , - f e c i n M A i N ‘ A V E N U F E A
f H O N E RE 3 -1 8 2 3 '
r - J A N U A R Y 1 3 .1 9 6 1
T IM E S -N E W S ,
jffesi
legion
Honors Draft
^PSrd^^rpTip
Neighboring
Churches
l’« u j
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M a rtin , E d e n ,
P * r l:
H a z e lto n ,
.
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p.i-ti.K.1, lu a m . * .lu lt
r D t iin iu i n i; c h u r c h
and
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sU,i»n uJ Mhx;,., y:;u> „
;,ni>vr uVoup.
I. Tliur«.!;iy
choir.
'retire<l raemters.
7 Z S Johnson, retired
MntTAl'CH MKTIIODIST
Jnhn U. Cr««. jjR'-lur
iM*Cmd?!*'Kenneth.Russell made iS 'presentattonB .
lU.SSKN MICTHODIST
• J o h n 1.. ( 'r o * j, p s i t o r
mur Boy Scouts of troop 41.
9 •.[«. .Siitiiijiy »c1hk)1, H;!* i» m. *
, J ^ r e j j by the Legion, an d their 'l iiji
. " C u r e ft>r Di»i-i>urutfvni<?nt.’‘ 4 i
I h i l a y jii iiit ir r lio ir ,
j
S s nisi
S e Mr. and Mrs. P aul Malone
m i l l , S K C O .M ) w a r d l d .s
S o n , pat: Mr. and Mrs. Harold
nitH.'ilnK- H i; 10 i
••---iso n . Carroll; M r. and S uflm lu*,111.
y M'lwH.!,
a .m . w e l f f tr s
D a le V ln ln g
^ M
r . and
and
son,
M rs. C h a r le s
Jam es,
P a rk en
In rt s o n P a g e . T h ' ' ' “ y® a t t e n d e d
t m u 'o n a l J a m b o r e e a t C o l o r a d o
BprlDKS, C o l o .
iiikr. h
c a tio n ,
i>.m, B «<Tuiiivntul «»*nvifo: Ii
l.y n n
.M j>nti{iniiory; S c r i p t u r a l
l/< r r y
li
llf is . J o h n I l i i n t C A l u
tU m k«U cy m u l
ll..^ k e llc ) • ; I rlo . W illia m K. I’ o lln .
M .^ v in U r t i T am ! F.lton K f i i . l r i c k ; im\e< ll('tio n , A r i lu ir M o iU tfo in e ry . 2 p .m .
■I'li.TMiuy
«>ck-iy. 4 p .m . W e d n e ttla y
r r l n i w r y . 8 p ,m . T h iim d H y M I A .
•nule Vlnlng, Scoutmaster, Intro­
duced Richard Best, Scout execu­
t e and his wife. Twin P alls. Best
R IIP K U T M K T H 0 D I8 T
l i e on the jamboree.
R a y m o n d A. T h o m p so n . m ln U te r
n .m . c h u rc h uch.xil. 11 n .n i. w o r% lher Epeclfll g u » ts Ujcludcd
Ar«* th « p € * c< s
E E. Connor, Mrs. Clark o h ljj o v « r K A Y T .
n . u k i T i . ” H p ,m . .MotHlay M jr iu m c i r c i f
_ ij _ W f 6 ^ E d w a r d _ E a k ln _ a r ) d •w
irn i m . ijn v u i iA.'wia a n il M m . W f tl lr r
M a r t h a c irc le
1 Sis, Ii\W . Sanbers, wives of Ihe H .-n r y . Z p .m .
w i i h M r « . Flo y ,! K riiil. M r« . U I... Ctil* dralt A r d members.
Wri.M Mi. M r». W , I . J n m o s a n d M m . J o h n
AW |l>a prosram the auxiliary I tiir n a l d o , }‘ rl» cilln c ir c le w U h M r s . W ilh e l d a ^ 't roeetlns, A le tte r from H am S ln ih iH T . ,M ri. F r a n k H a r r i s . M ra,
h An<! M r*. H y n iim W illia m a .
Hn Aloys Hof, departm ent Girls’ JK. n ihI/. c iIlin
r c l e w ith M rs, K .-n n e th H la c b lin ir
chairman, was read, stntlnR ttn d M n . ( f t o v c r N t w m a n . I
Z t 225 Junior glrH will a ttin d
H A RK RM A N M K TH 0D 18T
01,15' state a t the College of Idar, m i n l i t c r
.to June 4. T he Jerome u n it will 0 ;4 5 a . Bm«. b SMiincdMiiya a teaclxK
il. 11 a . m . w o rmWe refreshments for a tea » h i|i. * 'O u r A lm ijrh ly K a l h o r .’* 7 :3 0 p .
M Y F . » p .m . M c lh w lo c ra a t ( ie r a lf l
darln8 the week.
,
r n l i l c n c e . 7:;iO p .m . M o n d n y H oy
jetome members voted to make .MS cn ur iin
u . 3 :4 ft p .m . T h iir a .l a y c h o i r rcI , contribution to the departm ent h c iir n n l. H p .m . .SiiA annah W ea lo y c ir c le .
Ltsldtnfs project, a soft Ice cream H o n U -.* . M r t. A lf re d S & n Jy j p r o ir r a m .
JJadilne now Installed a t th e sol- M r a . L f< » n « rd T ltn iu n .
jljrt home in Boise,
W E N D E L L M E T H O D IS T
D o b M c M a a ttr , m l n i i t a r
l!B. Gus Callen announced the
a .m . w o m h ip . " O u r A l m i n h l y F a Innoj of the month were, "P rayer i h o9:.10
r . " 10 :4 0 a .m . f^n n d a y a c h o o l. 7 :liO
I! ,Un Souls Sincere Desire," p .m . M Y F . 7 :3 0 p .m . M o n d a y B o y S c o tit i.
•Hymn'Of Joy," and "G lory for i p ,n i. T iicu clu y j u n i o r c h o ir , ft p .m . W w ln c * il« y lo B v ih e r e m u p . 8 p .m . T h u r s d a y
111.”
c lio J r r e h c a r a a i ,
Mrs. Dunley Stroud, M rs. Ous
JU N 8 K M H A P T IS T
_ MW and Mrs,. Agnes H u rst were
A r r i » 8 alW » , p a a lo r
imolnted to Investigate passible
Irt « .m . B ib le ic h o o l. | | * .m . w o rtih lp
daajs In th e bylaws..
an<l b a p iix ln ir a e rv ic e , 7 ::!0 p .m . w o ra h ip .
llrJ. Russell Howell was chali* 7 JJO p . m . T h u r a d a y p r u y e r m e e t i n e .
Bijot the hostess com mittee, asB U H L F IK S T C H R IS T IA N
- lilrf by Mrs. W. A. Peters, Mrs,
Brr»«<iw«y a t P o p l a r
Kilph Peters, Mrs. Armln List,
D e l r a a r M . T a lle y , m i n i a t e r
f l ; i 5 T u rn . .SuiiiU y f.irhool. I I « .m . w o r_jIjj, Russell Shaud, Mrs, H nrlan
n ip . " O n e T h in « N c<-<|fui," 6 ;.10 p .m .
Vlnysrd, Mrs. Bea Thoma.son and u>-<)uth
m r r t l n i r . H p .m . w o rn h lp , " A lw a y *
Btmbers of th e executive board.
a t H o m e ." 7 p m . M o n d a y j u n i o r c h o ir.
Table decorations carried out 8 p .m . a d u l t c h o ir.
ai«-patrlotlc theme with lighted
n U R L E Y F IR .S T M E T H O D I S T
rtd, white, and blue candles and
O v a r l a n d u v e n u * a m i. lA th » i . r « t
itreamers on white table cloths..
E d w a r d E . D l i o n , p a a to r
I
Guests Reported
For Declo Areas
DECLO. Jan. 13—Mr. an d Mrs.
_Mw Noyes and children,^ M organ.
TJlah; Mrl. T h e a ‘ Trobdsco and
thildren, Keonw, Utah, an d Mrs.
?rancls Egbert, Mesa, Arlz., were
________JiU
Yin Dorrington. Mrs. Ngyes^/Mrs.
Trobasco and M rs. D arrlngton are
iliUrs and M rs. Egbert Is their
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Barrus. Mr.
yiKlUis. Gene Barrus, Idaho Palls,
-vlilUd- Mrs. Teresa Clark. Mrs.
.Emeiy Barrus Is a daughter of
W Clark.
' P. A. Peterson has left fo r M awhere he will visit
nil wa. Allen P eterson..and fam ' llj.for the next few morlLhs.
SHOWMAN DIES*
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Ja n . 13
IMani K atz of the old B alaban
wd Kaiz th eaters is dead a t 69.
pioneer showman died in his
o(Il£e Wednesday, tussociates a n ­
nounced yesterday, th e y did not
owiose the cause of death.
• 0 :3 0 t j n . c h u r c h a c h o o l. 11 a . m , w or*
a h ii). * L lk « C h r ia t in P r a y e r — ( W
H ra t.
6 p .m . a ^ n io r h iirh c o n f i r m a t i o n
c l w . 7 p . m . a e n io r 4)iirh M Y F . R a y lU y
T h o m p a o n . R u p e r t, w ill d ls c u w
p r o tilo n ia . I n iila lla tlo n o f
o ffic e rs.
7 p .m . j u n i o r hlifh M Y F .
B U H L F IR S T W A R D L D 8
D ;3fi a . m . prl«»thm >d m e e tl n jr . 1 0 :8 0
a .m . w e i f a r * m e e tin ff. U a .m . S u n d a y
M h o o l. 7 : 3 0 p .m . t a c r a m e n t m M t in ir :
I n v ^ tlo n .
H om or J a y n « ;
S c rip tu re
r t w i i n a . S K a iw i H o b e r tJ ; a p e a k e r a U a n c y n o l> g r^ a. Ijn M m ’ N . (%ri,,.ni a n il T iij iv
c o u n c il r e p w n u t i ^
R o b c r U . 2 ;) .m . T iie w ia y R e lie f a o c lr ty .
« p . m . W e < ln « d a y M IA . 3 :6 0 p .m . T h u r e .
(lay P r i m a r y .
H O L L IS T E R P R E S B Y T E R IA N
H . D. T h o m a i. p a a to r
1 0 a ,m .
B ib la iiu d y ^ - W h y
C h r la t
ta rn # .
11 a .m . w o ra h ip , “ T h i r t y Y e* ra
A i t « r C h r i a t m a a . " N o o n c o n ir r e ir a tio n a l
r n o e tl n ir ., r e p o r la , a le c U o n o f o f f i c e r a .
poU u ck d in n e r.
B U H L S O U T U E R N B A P T IS T
B0< l l t h a v e n u e n o r t h
J » y M u r p h y , p a a to r '
M a . m . S u n d a y ic h o o l. 11 a .m . i
* liip . 7 p .m . tr n ln ln i r u n io n . S p.A i, w o r ­
a h ip . K p .m . T h u r s d a y p r a y e r a e n ice.
B irR L E Y z io n ' m i t h b r a n
O v e r la n d a v e n u e a m i 21M a l r e e t
A r m a n d J . M u e lltr , p a a lo r
8<4S a . n u .S u n i la y a o h o u l, I I a ,n \. d i ­
v in e a e r v ic c . 1 ::10 p .m . M o n d a y p a « io m
c o n f e r c n c e in T w in F a lU . H p .m , T u r id f l y
S u n d a y a c h o o l a ta f f . 8 p .m . F r id a y l . L L
a n d a d u l t I n a tr u c lio n clax a . 9 a .m . S a t*
u n la y j u n i o r c o n f ir m » ti u n c U mh.
_
, ID A H O
tb e
th e I..»rd y o u r Gixl h«th
oom ni«i\ile<I )-*>u. l h a l ye m a y l i v r ,tn i
i h a l y f iiifl)
“ jx .iir lU ju m tlio
la n d
.1,^11
•• T h i- i.o »un«' fri'iii
iiMii'o iii»l H .'u ih w ith Kv>
U» th e S .- 'iiU in v s ." In .Mai> H u ltT F-i.l),
A t' T h e C h u r c h e s
—
JL'DGF MATTHEW W. HILL
. . . asstvclale justice of th e
WashiiiKion Supreme court, will
be Kuest speaker a t the 27th a n ­
nual Idaho Allied Civic Forces
. convention Hi'lieduled In HuiKe
next Tuesday and Wcdftesday.
Judpe Hill, a member of th e
Wa.sliltiKiun .supreme court since
1!M7, is pmm incnt in judlcliil,
civic and religions c i r c l e #
IhrouRlnnil ihe u est.
^
If.
3f.
If.
Civic Forces
Meet Slated
Jan .17, 18
BOISE. Jan. 13 — F eatured
speaker ni, t-ho Idalio Allied Civic
Forces convoniion scheduled here
Tuesday mul Wedne.sday will be
JudRO Matthew W. .Hill, associate
jvisllce ol the W nshlngion suprem e
court.
Mayor Robert Day will Rive th e
welcoming uddi-ciis Lo delegfttes a t tondinp ilu.s 27ih annual conven­
tion, Tlifi ronvciuion officially will
open nt 1:30 p,m. Tue.sclay w ith
rcRi.stratlon of delcRates.
O ther .speakers scheduled during
the two day n ie tt Include Leon
Cornforih. president of the. ACF:
Carl B nn. .state representative
from Ada county'; A. W.’ Naegle,
BonnevlUt' county sla te senator;
the Rev. Charles Easley and E.
Larry Swiirncr.Ju.sLice Hill, the guest speaker,
has been a member of the W ashInRton supreme co u rt since 1947.
Prior to that time he served as
Judge in tlio W ashington s ta te
superior court system aJid p ra c ­
ticed law.
n i ’R L K Y
RKDEKM ER LU TH ER A N
Hin-li iin<| A d n m s
v ^ rm a n 'd J . M u e lle r, i n t e r i m p a a t o r
S a til. d iv in f K i-rvjce. Q « ,n i. S u n d a y
fo h o o l. K p .m . \V»-«lin»H<lny Sun< lny a c h o o l
a t a f f , 4 :l,'i p n i , T h u r w i a y j u n i o r c o n f ir m n lio n . 8 p .m . a d u i l in a t r u c l i o n el& as.
B l 'H L F I R S T P R E S B Y T E R I A N
J o h n N . M a c ln t o a h , m ln U tc r
9;4.S a .m , c h u rc h Boh<x)l a n d a d u l t
fh rlh lia n
f o ru m . U
a . m . d U 'lu e w o r « h l|), " H o w to .S la r t th<> D n y ," 7 p l n u
U n itw i P r c -ih y lc r iu n y o u t h ifr<m|i». fl
T ui-^niay M a rin p ra n t H o llo w a y a . .'! ;4 5
a .m . W e d n w d a y C e ltic j u n i o r c h o ir* - &
P . m . - T h u r w l a y 8 l. A n d r e w cRoIr.
10
a 111
w o rv tilp AM.! jM >i..i
Si 'IM ii DAY ADVENTIST
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liliie |jik.'< i.vihvuifd nurth
Pa»M Rhrhlr>, pn«liir
10 a.m, .Siiii.lny ;..li.«i;, -'Mnry at the
Mnrri(ik«.v” 11 a,iii. w..rsl.,,,. »i ;.1(l p.tii.
I>r«yer meetinir,
p n. evaiiKoliHllc
flun'irr. H p.m. Tur^.lnv niuiiin] Ininin*--*
mfclini!. g p.m. Thurminy yi.oiig iK‘opI^''a
siTvicc.
S h tw h o n a *ip»vi n n .l F o u r t h a v e n u # eiuiL
l-^ rt W . R i d d l e a n d
H . J . ( I r r n h a r d t , m in l a te r e
n .m . S u n d a y a c h o o l. 11 a ,m . w o r ­
a h ip , "JoAliniiiy a n d D <)ul>t." ooc<in(t in a
on ".Sninl In t h « W n v e « .” liy K jirl
K id d le . 7 p.m . j u n i o r n n .l a o n io r M VK
F I I W T l ‘U t:s n V T K IU A N
a n d tiilii-slciiis a iiid y f o r a d u lta . i p .m .
'M'.i l-'iflh livom u- i...it h
M on<lny. K luta K<kU. C a m p F i r e . 7 ;;ui
W oodTftw W n o lry . p n * tn r
p .m . ll.>y Seoul*. 2 p . m . T u e a d iiy W S C S
flil.S a .m , .Sum Uy ».-h.M>l. i l n .m . w o r ­
s t u d y clnM , 4 p .m . W a k i- O k u n C a m p F i r e
a n d 8 p.m . e o m m liw io n o n C h r im l a n a.v. sh ip , " I n P a r tn e r x h ii' w ith C h ria i,'* «:1 .S
c in l
f<tiii-<Tnii, y:H()
a .m .
W e d n t‘s<lny, p.m . j u n i o r h ia h \V e« in iin » i« T f e ll o w ­
p r a y e r M>rvic« a t U \e W r h e o f M m . L iU sh ip . 7;:!1) p .m . H iiii»r hiuU V .'« tm 4 n s te '’lin n .<iiiidi‘rH, 7 ;J 5 p . m . C h a n c e l c lu iir, /.'llow K hip, i p .m . .Moiiiliiy v u n lh cln«i>
7 :4 .‘i p m , C irfle I I a t h o m e o f M m , :M (I p .m , iU.y S c .iii tr.H .p f,.. a n d U w in i
O r r i n F u lle r. 8^0 A s h a t r e c t . ft p .m , i.f ileiu-oni lit hon ie o f .Mr, a ii.i M m , H o y
W S (^S Dciieriil m «*fltin(r. fi t o 7 p ni. Ja ro l« t> n . .1:>I S e v e iiih flv.-niie n i> rth . 7
m. \Vedni-s<!iiy Micn’B r h o ru x , 9:;10 a .m .
A rknni'nH diniior a jio n a o r e d by t h e a c n io r
iMip fiv e . ID a .m . w .m ii-n ’a iiib le a l u d y .
M Y F.
/
p.m . m e n ’s r liih o y n te r al«*w a i i p p t r .
7;:iu p ,m . H.>y .V o u l t i » o p liiti a n d K .xCHt nrir op t h e BRETnrjEN
p l» r e r po * i 66. » p ,m , a d u l l c h o ir.
4ill F ile r a v e n u e w en t
R obe rt R . K e i m , p a a t o r
I.YNWOOI) UIIAPKL
• a .m , S iinday j u n i o r c h o ir . 0 :4 5 a .m .
l,m*i Filer nv.-mi« «-n.it
S u n .ln y uchiwil,
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v e « t W ith h u t F e w
R « p e n i , " 7 p ,n i.
7;0,'i a,m. l.i>Mi.ln.«i ovur KTFI. 9:4 .^
w lnt«»r f h u rc h c o u n c il. 7 : ^ 0 p .m . acho<»I
of
mi-niniiii c n n d lo ] i |( h (
(Ic d ic a liu u .. 8
p .m , M on.lny K i s h e r m e n ’a r ! u h . 7 p .m .
Hoy R rm il t r o o p W*. " ::V0 p .n i,
W p.liii«..|ny Kllile a t u d y f<*llow ahip. « ::«0
p .m .
M-nior choirvi^ 1
p .m .
T h u rad n y
U e r r a n c irc le .
-
nETHEL TEMPLE
B. M. D a » l d , p a i t o r
7 :,T0 a ,n i, n id io lir o a d c a n t o v e r K L IX .
lO 'a .'iii. Sum luy w U o o l. 11',S0 a .m , w or»
a h iii a n d nerm on. C p .m . y o u n jr iK*opIe'a
m i-i'tiiitf, 7 ;:ill |i,m , e v u n (t< ‘Iiatlc n tfrv ic rs.
2 p .m , T u w d a y t h r o u g h F r id a y p r u y e r
bHiuli.. S p.m . T iic H d ay lii h le nlii<ly. fi
p .m . W iHlnmdny p r a y e r m i'e iin if . X p .m .
F ri< lny rh iiro h f .- l lo w n h ip m w i i n g .
2
p .m . .S atuniiiy c h ild r o n 'a c h u r c h .
ORACE B IB L E
2fi0 T h ir.i n v w n u e n o r th
M . K. N e m n ic h , p a a lo r
9 :4 6 a .m . Sundiiy lu^hool. 11 a
« h ip a n il fo m m tin lo n , 7 :3t) p ,i
B ib le
a tu d y . B p.m . Itcv ^ llo lw ^ n G rin ir e . r e ­
c e n t l y r c lu rn e il frt>m t h e I le ltfia n C o n u o
w ill sp c u k . 2 p.m . T u tw d a y (JM.S p r a y e r
m o g ti n g . -a p .a u _ U ie d n e a d W -p f * y fli.- m e e t- -
inir-
a-ni.. .SluiiUy d.-lio.>l. H
worship
(.-niurintf e\Tincellit KnwlolifhUnVrtr..
7::iO p.ni. u«uin>| li.mr with
mu^ic
iitid ainsiiitf liy jhe Miirri.'t eviumolifit ic
iff^'up. 7;4.'i p.m. Siinduy throim Jan.
Kixviivl aiTvic.n iimier loadi-mlilp of R a w l.'inh and Ixjrruine liurria, C<»n»tantine.\
Mich.
I
TRINITY SOtiTHERN BAPTIST
. a02 Third avonu* n..Hh
Robert HrhrKkenhcrg. paator
9 a.m. Sunday M-h«K>l ui Horton «*Ht
lumie. 10 n.ni, .Sninlny R,-ho*>l. II a.m.
wor«iiip. 6;:iO p.nv. trnlnintf union. 7 p.m.
wo^hiti. <:ln p.m, \V,.tWi«y W.K. tiA
and SimiM'umii. 2 ::i(l p,m. 'rhuniiiny Sun­
day aohool at DcWitt rest home.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
160 Ninth avenue eunt
Readinn room. ;i2;i Main avenue e««t.
open 1 Vo 4 p.m. Monday. We<tn«>«(lay and
Friday. 9 :4 5 a.m, Sunday school. Servires U a.m. Suiulny an«l « p.m. Wetlntu<luy. How true hoallh nn.l hnrniony are
c)ilAhliaho<l will W broutrht out in le^aimaermon, "liife.’' Sunday. Included in th«
-BtWe-TjHvtiings-ij, thU‘ aUlcmcnt from
Deuteronomy 6:83. "Y« shall walk In all
DID YOU KNOW
THORSON BUILDEIIS
Hove A giflf r Steel Building
TO M E E I EVERY NEED FOR
Also for the RANCHER - FARMER and DAiRYM AN~
Generatori, Storteri, Wa­
ter pumpi, Fuel Pumpi,efe.
Trailer Hitches
F or care '49 to '57. Only
while present ilock f A r
lasts. SPECIAL ........ 0 . 7 J
REBUILT MOTORS
i J J h s j i f i i e L - j h o t t - h l o c k ----------- _ i S 4 .
B u ic k V-8 . . .' S tu d o b o k e r V-8
. . . '54 F ord 6 v . . '53 Stud/ebakeiL,jC J»f l m g k a g T v j i r . . . O o d a a 6
('42 t o 'S3)
bum per ja c k s ..................... 4.95
J^WAY L ug W REN C H ES.... . 98c
WUD FLAPS for trucks.... . se^ 6.95
Canvas G.l. JEEP TOPS.......... . 25.00
T w in
I a l l s
»
„
Photo Shows Our Modern Office, and Warehouse.
IT'STTBUTtERSYSTEW:
'
“ “ ’"BmDING OF XCFORSE!
"Come In and See For Yourself
Why We Are So Proud of The‘>^
BUTLER BUILDING'SYSTEM
THORSON BUILDERS, Inc.
Planning “ Financing-Total Construclion
Soiil'h Park AVe<<
Kimberly Road - RE* 3-2616 ’ ’’
’
__________ ■ '.............. .-.^<1......
A
I* lu, adn:i
n h ip
l'.vi.in:eliM ii "
T -V I.E R .S lin C K T I l A n i S T
((.4IU»>|rMlI
ll.ll.IM I)
c J u s i ^ G t y o u r S a v in g s
in by ttiG Xf NTH, and
= b a m J iilL e 3 m n i^
"BEST DRESSED**
HOLLYWOOD. Jan . 13 OIPD Actor.s Hick Nelson and Jack Lem­
m on hjive boon cho.sen to recelvc
th e annual be.st drc.ssed apparel
aw ards next Wednesday a t the
M en’s Apparel club meeting, It
was announced today.
^BUUER^
.TwInFallsr RE 3-4535
—
^
h r th e e n iir e m o n i h l
"IN SU RED
10 a 111, S iin .ia y •.
; ,, m , w or^ll^p,
.S o rn i'iii, " Y t 'i. I>lit
p .n i. jiiiiu ir
„ „.i
iiii.l M-iii.T V 'lin i; {•■•..i.l.'-. I , .......
S p i l l , w o i/iliip .
I'K.' l'ii.-,iu iii.* .i liu r-
Tlieima M’h o m p so ir Will ‘^ve~flie
trea-siircr'.s report. Carroll Wilcomb, general manager, will prese n t tlio annual progrew report,
Tliroe new dlrectons will be eiectcd.
Tlie North Side Pumping com­
pany will m eet a t 10 a.m. Tuesday
in the director’s ofllce of the canal
company.
,
Doni muff ii
S d fe ^ ;y .,p lu s
a ilra c tiv G
PRO fn
y/HERE you
sa^e_ DOES m^ke
5
“In v e d ig a te
b e fo r e y o u iiw e a t"
I
The ONLY SaTlnes and Loan
Association In Ma^lo Valley
^
whose Accoants are INSURED
S
by » Federal Agency.
FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN-A^SOCIATION
.
OF TWIN FALLS
233 2nd SI. No.
' BURLEV BRANCH O E B-MOI
TWIN FALIS, RE 3-4223
O m la n ^ Shoppln( Center
Holstein Dairy CofHe - Feed — Form Machinery
A u c tio n S o le !
Located 4 itiile.i north, 8 mile.s west and 1 mile north of Shoshone or 5 miles
north, 9 miles east and i/i mile north of Gooding or i/o mile south of White’s
Store in Lone Star District.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
lU N C H ON GROUNDS
SALE STARTS a t 11 A.M.
6 0 H e a d T o p Q u a lity D a iry C a fH e
BELT, H olstein cow, a vra.
-B E A m nf|-H olsteln'C ow ,-S '7i**oU rw llltlW
DOT, Holstein cow, 6 yrs. olt), BprlngliiB
PANOT, Holstein cow. 8 yra. old, rorlniring____
—JUDYrHols^elJi'cowi 6 -yrsr oldrjust-frcsti------- BETTY. Holstein c<m, 4 yrs. old, heavy sprtagw
SPOT, Holstein cow, 7 yrs. old, just Ircsh, heavy
SUNDAY, Holsleln coW, s yrs. old, J tu t fresh
prodOcer
NELL, Holstein cow, 6 yrs, old, milking
PET, Holstein cow, 6 yrs. old. springing
NANCY, Holstein cow, 3 yra, old, ap rlnglnl
PEPPER, H olstein cow, 6 yrs. old, springing'
JANE, Holstein -cow,-6 y « , oldrinU klng
-■•KAY, Holstein cow, 3 yra. old, ju st fresh
SALLY, Holstein cow, 4 yrs. old, m iltin g '
HEART, Holstein cow, 6yrs. old, milking
FRECKLES,
Holstelir cow, 6 yrs, old, Jiist fretfj
JUNIOR, H olstein cow, 3 yrs, old, springing
SNOW WHITE, Holstein cow, 1 y n . oU , I r ts h
STUBBY. H olstein cow, 4 yrs. old. Just fresh
60 days
SHAREN, Holstein cow, 3 yrs. old, heavy
MIDGET, Holstein cow, 9 yrs. old, J u a t- to o h - springer
PAM, Holstein cow, i 'y i s . old, Juat fresh
FIDDLE, H olstein cow, S yrs. old, Just Iresh
10 Holstein heifers, 18 m onths old, open
STAR, H olstein cojv, 6 yrs. old, heavy springer
: 6 Holstein heifers, 30 mos, old, heavy.,iprlngen
LOTTIE, H olstein cow,.3 yrs. old. Just fresh
7 Holstein heifers, long yearlings
TINY, Holstein cow, 4 yrs. old, springing
10 Holstein steers, 18 m onths' to 3 y r i old
VICK, Holstein cow, 3 yrs. old, milking ’
AUCTIONEERS' N O T E-M r, Bateman h as a very fine herd of Holsteto cowaj good boned.
uniform as to type, with good uddfrs. All young CQWJ. with several h e s i
------several h ead heavy sprln([e'r!. We Invite your Inspection of this fine herd a t aiiy tim e prior
lo sale date. All the above cows and heifers are calfhood vaccinated. AM heifers Bluffylew____
breeding. BREEDING ^ T E .S -A N n -P R n rm C T in H : RECORDS O IV W rD & T rO P ^A in !!.-----Kir. B atem an 's foundation herd. In th e p ast on DHIA test, averaged 419 lbs. f a t per
cow. LOAOINO. CHUTE AT RANCH.
**
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M achinery 6 Troictors
CHROME
W i lly i '
Station Wagon
:
I............. " , !'■;......i“ i'. »'i‘i
■■■
■
------PTTT
\y.-.ln.-..l;.v |..nw. „,>.1 .lu.ly ,.n ''Kri.-n.l.
Canal Firm Sets
Meeting Monday
REBUILT
Flares & Flags
.. II...;, Iii,j.<) •
.......... ....
ftuthoratlve •fiOurces'Mhat'thfli lilr .1
coming Democratic admiiilfitratlon ,-y*:
wants congress to paaa an a n ti- }'{
gerrymandering bill^,.
Kennedy Agaiftst
Gerrymandering
— WA^HiNOTONi JUH; I j m '- '
Presldent-El'cct John F. Kennedy the ancient- poUUcaf practice *Br*
Ls rc|)orled lo want conKre^s to gerrymandering—carving congres-^ j
lake action to »block suites from slonni districts into unlikely shapes |
pprr^mmnderlng their conRrcs.sion^l to benefit the p arty In power‘ ln_~
the slate.
—
'rti.sirk-i?!.
Chalrinnn Emanuel Ccller. D.
N. Y,. of th e house Judiciary comSeven president^'of th« U nited '
luitWe fcftld he lm »\ed “{rom ISlates-died in oHlce.
■ •
LUTHERAN
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IM S e o 'ii.l a tr « v l e a» l
« ii.ni, W.-.lii. x.|ny llil. .hi.lv. H'
r m. \V..,|nf».lin (I.I... „
ehvU
< . K. U a t h j e n , p a a tn r
T h u m iU y
H il,.,. .l u .l y and
irtliiy ch»‘ir. np ,iii,
M„1 II
d i v i n e H orxi,.* F . t - iiicii'i huur, I,;.I [. n
n iy rr.
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K .\S T H K V IU U S S \ / A U K N K
. ,<wn.l:.v .'b.xil. 10 A,m ,
rlri...
ll.-yl>.iiit a iul M ii.ln .i.. .'Mvt n .> i(h
v c ilf ra ' Q U « rtr r Iy im s-tU nr
lla y m n n il K. .Sm iiU . |ia « io r
I -iilh e m n
ai-h.Mil, 1 i> in
lu a III. .Suiiiliiv V. li.,.:
v illi » u » r y
. p im t o m l c o n fc re n .-.', 7 ::iii
p .m . It.'v S.'.nit tn v > p N o . fiS, a n d
11 ni for I 'h il.lrf ti. lll.l.^ n III. . n '. n . M n .m .
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ih
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. ••Aiiil lU W an H |p .-p,.r." 7 ; 1 5
N m m ii tfiMiiii, K p .m . T u e s d a y I .u ih .T iin
l. »v(vlal )-«>iiiirf
iinrvic**. ><
I n v n i r n '. l.-uuii.', K p .m . W « sln « * d a y . S u ti- »'M
M .«,"
(iii.v »i-li.'..t ic iir h .'r s m o o tin if . n m l H .ui I 'm . w o ri.h i|.. "H iu .* .\|,-i, y
JEROME, Jiin. 13 -T h e annual
p n .j.T
and
llib le
p .m . ii«li.T» n ie e lln jr . H p .m . T h n m .ln v ii p m . W w lm n .lav
meeting of tlie N orth Side Cniiul
ilii.ly
.
I 'h n ir a n .l intiili i r n t r ^ j c t i o n c ln iw . K p ni,
company will be held j\t 10 am,
FrW tvy li.w nl c ( e J iie ra .
a.n». S « trSITEl) I’KNTKCOSrAh
iin i n y Ju n j.ir in n lr u .- tio n e laM .
Monday nt Ihe G range hall. Mrs
iH S W iiiH S iii I
A U T O R A R T S
P A G B ^ F iy B ,
'
..f jt\ « r in in io i>( c4«iVt • o r of
.•vil
n .u n '-. \lu..{ ,.iu r \ .
li«niT ,...r h«-iilih. ..Ill l.-i.v'<-'itv. aiwl
W’-*hii
-How I'an Vi'u I ..;'” -tnp, -'A m.,,k ,f I1im...»
,\ Cnvil! ,ir I r i 'i . i i i m i i > " i h.? : *..• ,U-ii ii-M
ti; 0 I' .11 i \ ) ,
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- .rla iir ,
i;
1 IV f ro m J u h it
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t t n n h r : III
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n ji tii, . H Y l'.
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o n O iif n iT u :." u n d m i l tlfA I* in ICn
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j. p tii. i - r i ilill'. K .'l.li.'lll i.'Iliih ii'i
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1. II.
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p .m . - i i .o w (,.t D i n n i x ' HohiiiUk;
M
ln> k'.*iipriil I W h ni.-.-i iiii; m h ..,i
f .ic 'iu |« ..f I II.-n ik -« if« l O .'u p le a i e iiiM it-d !
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I 'S n K I l ilH K T H U K S IN < H H I .^ r
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d n y I 'li - ii r .'i [.111 .................l,.y f,*lli.w>hi|i,
'•hill. ? [. II. i'tiiii« iiu n <-iiile.'ivor f.ir n il
a«.-«, K i< ti: j;,..].,*! h o u r , S p i n
\V««1.
FII.KIt AVKSI K Cin iU II OF (.01)
v>'>.-r tiii.l HU j U
"',.W iM n
l'.<' I'll.-r l u . n u , ' » ,.> t
( H I lU II OK i i i u i S T
F 11.I..V
W a ) n r < u lk h n ll. m in i> lr r
r h o i r . ^ (i.ii
’ .u .I“ M Y F . T ic k e t* f.i
..h
J ;i a :>v in T w in h a ll
•■•'I i.v T h U rt.lu y .
tt^ ’; ^ ‘°^b6*'recelved th e attard s;'"'-’' ‘ i»
J S S S rr e d
“SlmiBn
the board; E dw ard C . i
f a l l s
n il.'^ T C H R I S T I A N
i
iiApribi
,- t t i S h o s h n n r n r « t
S h P ih P l f f "
ll'M ulil I,, I h t f f m a n . m in i a te r
,
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,',) n .i» y *ohi«*l. l l l l i o n i n . l
!*: i.‘- ■ iii
r„i»,
;•
K IH S T M i r r U O l U S T
w ijr»liiii.
- o n u f P Jan. 13- N ln e Jerom e
; iboflrd_nieinDcra
bootdjnem
bers were
C 0 « » t f ^ ^ r d s ton “meHtorious
the potluck dinner, ■■ikt,,..,, „„i H„r
nt the American Lefeion
nil'!* .u.H).
—
Speaker
t w in
• NEW MASSEY KEROUSON 85 DIESEL, 1060
model, heavy duty double action ram, 3-point
— Jiook-uPr-llve-powor-talte-oKronly-300-hounion'thls u n it, like new
• One 1954 FORD JUBILEE TRACTOR in good
condition, w ith heavy duty Ford loader w ith
manue fork and gravel bucket
• M&M MODEL U TRACTOR in good condi­
tion—Jo h n Deere model B tractor
• One 1052 SO CASE TRACTOR In top condi­
tion, with good rubber—One IHC Farmall 30
„
tractor on_steel - - ---------' ■
• JOHN DEERE No, 8 MOWER, 7-ft„ Quick
attach hitch , new this season
• MASSEY HARRIS SELF-PROPELLED
COMBINE, model 00, 14-ft. cut, new rubber
and new m otor overhaul
• MASSEY HARRIS 10- f t. DISO on rubber
mount, hydraullcly operated, like new
• MASSEY FERGUSON GROUND DRIVEN
SIDE EAKE. new this season
• JOHN DEERE DOUBLE WINO HYDRAU­
LIC DITCHER, new
• 1 MASSEY HARRIS No. 16 TRACTOR M A­
NURE SPREADER, on rubber, in top con­
dition—Deerborn hay baler with motor, ready
to go—3-polnt carrier fo r Ford tractor—O ne
IHO 4-scction steel harrow with folding draw bar-S H m pson baled hay fork
_____
• BO DISO PLOW In top condition
• Slassey Ferguson CORN PLANTER, like new,
3-polnt hookup—Jo h n Deere buck rake
• CASE 4-wheeled rubber tlrqdJffAGQN w ith
new ted
• EZ FESW ^JHS^HSSBW W TETSPKEADER,
ne\f
• Massey H arris CORN PIiANTR, 3-pt, hook■ up,-llke*new............
■
• 10-ft, GRAIN AUGER WITH MOTOR, new—
wire rbllcr to, l i t on fro n t o l tractor—4-row
corrugator w ith 3-polnt hook-up
• MASSEY F E R G U S O N SPBINO SHANK
■ FIELD CULTIVATOR, 3-polnt hook-\ip, new
, past acafon—O ne 0*10 covered-von body, ft^r
1-ton pickup, Oan be. used as camp houss—
Now baled h ay Blip—Ford tractor jack—Jo lm
Dliio broadjet weed aprnyer witli all attachmonls—Jo h n Dcera power trol, •
MItKtNG EQOIPMENr
• One 4-unit BUME^PUMP, like hew. w ith X
units and 80 ft, of pipe and stall cocks— ■
-•-ZElRO-12-can-MIIiK-OOOLEB,-«lde-opener—
Set stainless ateel washing vat«—one 30-gal,
electric water heater for dairy b a m - a n u ll
butane heater—set milk acalea
___
• 30 10-gaL MILK CANS—B orn ehovcls an d
brooms
^
SADDLE HORSES
Black mare, American Saddler, B y e a n old. w elT
ranged and spirited
Iron grey Gelding, B yeara old, gentle, good] U d
pony
FEED
• iOo tons BALED HAY, lat, 3nd an d 3rd cut­
tings, all top quollty dairy hay
• 600 bu. 3-way MIXED GRAIN
• 600 boles GOOD DRY STRAW
TRUCKS
• One 1063 model OHEVROtET 3-ton TRUOK,
4 new tires, equipped w ith Om.aha combina­
tion 16-ft stock rack, 30,000 actual miles,
» One 1048 model CHEVROLET 3-ton TRUCK
_ 3 ? io n s n 3 a !x n s 3 fc iin iliL b i!iu —
■—
• Dual wheel TAG AXLB to f it o n Chovrolot
truck
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NEW PORNKY ELEOTRIO WEU5fiR With all
attaohmenla^DAVID BRABLE? CHAIN’ SAW
—Loi^o porta bin—Set chain blooks—Oood bar-'
rel type gas pump—Small weed ■prayer—On#
m o eleotrlo lencer-rBump pumj>-6 greftM guni
—Set wheel puUere-Large pUe scrap Iron.
BOAT
h o r n STAR BOAT, IB -it, with n<w « ; l i w
Mercury m otor, upholstered aeata, w ith ne»Ty
duty tilt bed trailer. B oat NEW, Only UB«d one
aisason a n d m otor only used 8 tlijies.
TERMS: CASH DAY OF SALE
CAL D. BATEMANrOwner
IVEKSON-nnd ROE, Auctioneers;'
Ph«no: WB 4.4!I54,,Go(idlnit
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E V E R E T T B E L L , C le r k .
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13.19giT IM E S -N E W S , T W IN
PA G E SIX
F A L L S , ID A H O
Tfucks~€olMde
State Senator
At In^rsection
HffPiHpis He’ll
Hope will be m aster of cerfraotua
of th e 33rd an n u al A c a a e ,
Awards show April n . it wai
r a s t l e f o r d , J“" '
i - T i i ^ l l e r south of Castle- the n in th tim e the comcaian
f Booths Ready
Grain Petition
aOPE TO PRESIDt-
-K B A R
(lUI),KII(»;cIes|
Kex-
K E E P
^(1450 Kllocyclei)
(1310 Kilocycles)
-liT P I (1210 KUocyclU)
^
K A R T U400 K lIpcycM .
( n l Kllocyclei)
P R ID A V
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F B ID A Y
P .M . - - - .......................
........ r n iD x r -r.K :----- ■-------~ F R I D 'A Y
IX tU B D A ir
P .M ,
_E *rm eri -Who have not nlgned
6.UU id a tio N fv r i
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6<<>0 U u iie ^
A .M .
4;t)0 K E K P T op 4D
6:06 U o w jin ii K tp o r t
6 m 0 U u iin e ia T t t n d a
th e F arm Bureau m ixed grain p e­ ft:UO N*»i 6:66 Loc*l Neirl'
P ,M .
4 :6 i N * w a
6:10 Ron Thuriic .■'biiv
6:16 N « w i
,
r « : 0 0 U u iie .
i 119 Standard N«»a
titio n may now so so at various C]ll| Tup U' Uomlni
i : u a K E t P T op (0
i ;3 U M u iie A la K a r l
6:30 S h o w T u n t
7 : 1 5 p tv o d o n t
6 : 3 0 D « r r i l l H A n ie n
6 :6 6 N « w >
booth* throughout th e county.
6 :8 0
W M tb « r
6 .66 N rw a
f A i W b U p e re d
7 :8 0 M erv O r l f f c n
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«:UU K E E P T o p 10
1 : 0 0 M u a ie A la K a r t
Locations an d d ates of booths I t 4 ( T r iilia i P o a > .........
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9 : 0 0 0 l« K eith S h o w
tf ::!0 O a t L lir b t
being sponsored by the county 71: 1:D60 TN«wi
1 :0 0 K E E P T op (0
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7 :66 N tw a
' 7:30 U o n lio r
9 :3 0 01* K eith a h o w
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r a m ^ureau.group Include F a rm ­ 7:4& i l l n i i d t t P r o x r t D
7 i6 6 N « w t
8 ;t'0 H on T h o r n * S b o w
SiOU N e w i o n I b t H o u r
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8 :6 6 N » w «
6 Q u iim a ittr
9 00 R u n T h o r n * S b u i f
U unc« T iiii*
* .flA T U R D A Y
H d e llty National bank. Flier; J a n 88 :0
9;U J A iid y D a lo
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9 :6 6 N c w i
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B A T L 'H D A V
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1 1 ;U 0 S 1 G N O F F
6::;(i M ualc
in; t'lr s t security bank. Bunk luiJ
• f. 135 Tawm?ra~cg[iwt7r 1 0 :6 6 N » « <
9 :8 0
C l iU « n
<:()U vN ew a o n l l u u r
7 :0 0 S n n i of tM o n e e ri
•n iist, and Fidelity N ational bank, B t9 6 N im t lb * A r i l t t
1 1 :0 0 P l n t u n • Xlm*
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8ATi;ribAV
(1:0.^ T u p o ( M o r n i n g
7 : 3 0 I l r c i W i i l W ith
M l^6 N « w i
all TWln Polls, Jan. IB to 18: Tw in lOiOO N*»(
AM.
1:16 T o p of M u r n in it
I^rry
6 .3U Ob; by OaV
1 3 :0 0
N ltM
i , j 4 S i g n on
Falls Livestock Commission com ­ 1 0 :0 6 U in A b o u t U u i l i
N«w«
fi:;io K rw a a n d M ji r k f it
8 A,TtnDAY
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NfM
6 »U laahcv-O ow n
7:u6 S^iurlH N e w t
9 ::<0 .S 'W im d irfu l S h o w
pany, Jan. 18; Twin Falls county 11:00
•'
D a u l i n * id a h u
II :tO UlD AO>‘Jl UuiK
6..10 New*
AM.
7:30 iW o rM N l-u>k
1 0 :;; O U iy l e y 'i M u il c
•Farm Bureau office, Jo n . IS to 21; ISiOO
7
S h i n n SoiiTidu O f f
S i t u lio b P titU ip a S h n ii
6:66 Kvwt
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6 :00 B a t ( i l l Piri<1t
Stockgrowera Commission co m ^:
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U :1 6
1 2 :0 6 W f it h r r
■ - 8:SH"H i wi ' ------------------------C redit association, J a n . 16 to 18.
IU ;IJU K L JX N e w i b e a t
1 ;3 0 N ew i
7.-66 S '* w a
U : 3 0 KAYT f t * p o r l# f
1 2 : 1 4 S ‘W o n il* rf« l S h o w
' R:4A S o u n d a n d M u iie
11 ;<IU N e w i
T h e petition requests that sec­ 1 2 :< 6 U r m . F a I r
7 :3 6 M a rk e t R e p o rt
8:00 S a t H it P a r id i
J ;0 0 H’W o p d arfu l .Show
• rOO xN ew i
2
S o c ia l C t l a n d a r
7 ; 4 0 U ub P h ilH p a Shos
8:66 N^wa
9;;iu N < « t. C l u b N o i m
2 ;0 0 S 'W o n < i* r ru l S how
tion 128.851 of the code of federal 1 :00
.1 :00 Nfw*
7 : 6 6 N ew a
9 :0 0 S a t f i l l P a r td t
T im a
8 :0 0 n 'W o n ilr r fu l S how
9,16 JllB M a j e s t y , t h t
rtg u la tlo n s,, dealing with w heat 1l i:0a O6 UPolka
8
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4 : 0 0 C o p ln s W ith
B aby
4:<iiiN cw «
m ark et quota regulations, bo r e ­ 2 :0 0 N ivri
8::>'6 N ew a
10:00 f i a t . H it P t r i d i
M arvin
11 no b o u n d a a d U u jie
6 :0U i'Mt Fie«nur
9 :0 U {<oh P b l lllp a S b o i
10:66 N « w a
4 :0 6 I t 'i W o n d e r fu l
PM .
stored and th a t am endm ent '13, 2:0:> U aU rtia V « rtit> M
6:U 0 N e w i
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as it appeared in the’ Ja n . 28, 1060, 8 :06 U a tln t* V a r t a l l t i
6
J u n e a u Shinn
10 iiu tC m ih e rly S h o w
11:66 N « w a
b :6 5 N fw i
i .J u U o n iio r
federal register, be revoked. Sec­ 4 :0 0 N « » l
7
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New»-AFUC10
1U.6.S
N ew t
12:00 S a t H ll P irid l
Ncwi
a :00 Muile
ll:C O K im h * rly S b o w
A n d y D a la
12:66 N * w a
7;UI A
tion 728.891 p erm itted up to SO 4 :0 6 U lllb o ard
7 : 1 6 Drvotli>ni
M o n ito r
n :6 6 N ew a
1:00 H a t . H it P a rid i
< : l i M o n ito r
7 : ; i 5 Ulc K d th
■per ce n t wheat In "mixed grains" 4 :1 0 T h ia ta r S b o w e i r d
«;o'^Newi
n
4 :1 6 M atin** V k r U l l u
1:66 N a w a
'fi:30 M o n ito r
8 : 0 0 N iw a
w ithout being c l a s s i f i e d as 6i00
9 :0 0 N e w i
tiO O S a t . f ih o w e u i K
8 : 1 0 D a n c ln t P a r t y
1 01^ U o n llo r
iT i'im B o b P h i liip a S h o
"w heat,” but the am endm ent 6 :0 6 U a tln M V i r . a t l u
9:0S A n d y D a U
2:66 N « w a
R :3 0 H en ri H e n t * O re h
7:30 M o n i t o r
l i : 2 6 N o r t b a id e N
Nco t« a
)l;00
8:00 S a t . S b e w e iii
0 : 0 0 N cw i
I 2 ; 3 0 N ew a
changed this to p erm it not more 5 :3 0 8 p o r u R a v ir w
I t :OON«wi
S i4 0 You K n o w S p o r ti
N
cwi
8)66
9:16 M o n lU ir
9 : 8 0 F rn ld l* M a r t i n
1 2 :3 6 M a r k e t R e p o r t
th a n 25 per cent w h eat In mixed 1 M 6 D illy D t v o t l o n i
is
h
t
I2;O O M iiale a t
4
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9:30 M o n ito r
O rch .
1 2 :4 0 H ob P b i liip a S b o w
grains and th a t any mixed grain « :O O B ia N O F F
l:0 0 a iG N O F F
4 :6 8 N « w a
1 0 : 0 0 M uile t ) r a a m l n f
10:00 x D a n c a T i m *
] :! :5 S N e w i
containing m ore, th a n 25 per cent
*
would be classified as wheat.
T h ifI £
daily
B cbediila
uy K
hediilc of tolerlslon a n d r a d i o - p r o f r a i n s Is presented
M a service to re 8 id e ri of (he Tlmea-News. L istin g s a r e fum lsbed b j
T h e petition points o u t th a t th e
ihfl statio n . A n j e r r o r s or chinges ghould be r e p o r te d to the Btatloo
am endm ent m e t widespread ob­
Itse lf add ‘U6t Ihb Tlmefl-Newi.'
je c tio n —f n m n iiB ~ 11vest< !C innia
s u jrv ra s rY rro rir-^ ii
ia rm Induitpr an d varloua llveIlfLs are ru n n in g and skiing
*
A
A
*
atock and form organizations
conditions are good to excellent,
th roughout southern Idaho. I t also
Slgl Engl, ski instructor, rep o rt­
n otes th a t during 1060, when th e
ed here F riday.
am endm ent was. in operation, con­
Snow depth on Bald moun­
siderable distress i^nd loss of In­
tain is 26 Inches, Roundhouse
W ASHINQTON.'Tjan.'l3 ( f l- A
9!00 Furj
/
come was experienced by a large committee fro m the N ational On­
h as 19; D ollar, 16, a^d there
9:3 0 Ijone Ranker
'p a r t o t the livestock a n d farm In­ ion Orowera association conferred
are 14 Inches on the valley floor.
10:00 T r u e S t o r y
d u stry In Idaho.
with agriculture departm ent of(C hannel 11)
10:3 0 D e t e e tiv « D I a r r
A resolution adopted by th e flclali yesterday on the possibility
F B ID A Y
11:00 M t. W U a r d
Id ah o Farm B ureau during Its a n - of setting up m ore federal market- 5 : 3 0 R a w h id e
1 1 :3 0 C o n t r a i l *
W o rld
-— n ual—m eellBg-Nov; 16 I n - T w in Uig order an d agreement programs 6 i 8 0 - K M X - V ie w s
12:0a N C A A n « j k H b « l l
7:ao W y a tt E a r p
F alla also Is printed In the p e ti­ for sUiblllzing prices of onions.
2 :3 0 H c & rt A a a o c l a t i o n
7 : 3 0 lawman
3 :0 0 {(iff P ictU T «
tion. T he resolution points o u t
Under such programs, th e in­ 8:00 B r i n s l n s U p B u d d r
3:S0 D e a th V a l le y D « y a
th a t some 181,000 hood of ca ttle dustry — w ith approval of the de- S : 3 0 M r i V r e e S o n *
4 :0 0 M if f h tr M o u a a
9 :0 0 R o b e r t T ^ r i o r
ere fed' annually In the Snake partm ent^w ould regulate th e flow 0 : 3 0 S e a 'H u n t
4 :3 0 W a l t D is n e y
6:3U l i o n a n t a
river valley from Q lenns I ^ r r y to of onions in to interstate''ntorketa. 10:00 77 S u n i e t S t r i p
6 :3 0 T a l l M a n
Id ah o Falls, a n d th a t tliese ca ttle Regulation w ould be by grade, sfte, 1 1 :00 T o m E w e ll S h o w
7 :0 0 I .^ w r e n e « ‘W e l k
M >80 T w o o n th e A U i e
consum e about one to n of m ixed quality, pack i^nd container.
8:00
F iff h l o f th e W e « lc
12 :3 0 K L IX H e a d lin e a
BURLEY, Jan . 13 - "Statistics
ii' . g rain each, if th e feed Is available.
T h ree B U r F l n * l
Provision could bo m ade for di­
BATUROAT
show a yearly average of 30,000
0 :<I0 C u n i m o k e
According' to th e petition, th e re verting surpluses Into -relief chan­ ff:68 K L IX H e a d l i n n
0 ini) H a v e ( i u n , W i l l T r a v e l
hom e accident fatalities," Burley
Is a tremendous dem andW or th e nels, export a n d experimental use. 7i00 T o d ajr o n t h e F a r m
10;()1) C a n d ifi G a m e r *
Police Capf: ■William' 'McDonald'
10::t0 T h e W ltn e i n
looalljr produced feed crop and th e
There is o n e such order In ef­ 7 180 M e d ica l T V C l i n i c
told member's of the Bu?;T?y Busi­
1 1 :3 0 S a t u r d a y N i f f h t M o v U Data
^ J ta n - B u r e a u ‘‘la opposed to an d fect now for onions grown In Ore-., 88 :t03 00 SKhina rsi LL ee wo niaa r dSoh o w
ness and Professloiml Women’s
12:20 K L I X H e'a<1irne«
n slu ' repeal of th e tyrannical an d gon and Id ah o . Another is under
club a t Its Tuesday e ^ n ln g dinner
d iatato rial edict of the d ep a rt­ consideration fo r those grown in
m eeting In the Egyptian room of
m e n t of agriculture abritrarlly south Texas.
th e National hotel.
olassUylng .feed g rain containing
Officials s a id onion growers are
He pointed o ut various ways th a t
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m o re th a n i s p er c e n t as w heat." suffering from two years of unduly
new home construction has in­
low prices, larg ely refleotlng increased
safety, a n d offered timely
D; U nited P ress International
.0 -enjcd production flowing from
th e advent of hew hybrid vaHetlu.
' Steady wlWter ra in s peltM the suggestions for m aking a house­
Officials s a id ' the association of
Pacific N orthw est tod^y, hamper­ hold safer place to live.
The club voted to support legis­
tlelals would confer wltlT member
ing coast g u ard rescuers In the
latio n to preserve state relics and
growers before deciding whether
WASHINGTON, Jan . 13 I f l - blonted Columbia river.
to take steps t o get addltlotml or­ T ho agriculture departm ent Li op­
Two coast g u a rd vessels capsiz­ to support actio n th a t wlU keep
der and agreem ent program s for posed to construction of the Nez ed In tho m outh o f the river last semi-preclous sto n es from being
other commercial producing areas. Perce dam on th e Snake river be­ nlglit on a rescue mission to aid rem oved from th e state of Idaho.
tw een Idaho and Oregon, because a crippled fishing: vessel and tho I t was reported to the group th at
Z S O A U N T E , V ta h , Jan , 13 liR of possible Interference with fish U. S. wetither b u re a u predicted these stones are being taken across
R ealdenta of ,th l j sm all southern
th e border by th e truck loads.
n u is on the S alm on river.
little relief from rain today for
0 t a h town hoped to Install a pum p
Mrs. Evelyn C ash displayed fa­
T he Nez P eree hydroelectric additional team s seeking survivors.
c H i t h a Escalante riv e r today, to
vors she m ad e for the district
project, proposed b y the WojlilngH tip ease a critical w ater shortage.
A new cold f r o n t moving east B PW meeting w hich the Burley
•*Tha town'a w ater aupply was cut
ton Public Power Supply syslem, from the Pacific ocean turned rain
club will hostr- in May, and the
_Cff w hen..th8. woter.J)lpeUnB_Bup-- - HAILEY, J o n . IS — Klected would be on ‘ th o -fln ak e-ilm in - tc T ‘Bnow~1n‘~MQntHnB—nnd^dahff =Kfoup“ v6ted ~ to ~ ffflo p r
p ly ln g J>calahte froze la st Sunday. Blaine county officers w ere sworn stream from w h ere the Balmon an d dropped tem peratures below A special work meeting to make
M ayor 0 . R . Q rlffln said boya Into office f o r two-year term s at flows hito It.
zero In the C olorado Rockips.
th e m .was set f o r Feb. *28 a t the
ithly-B laine-eounty-com . —ThBTlepartment's-recomnienila'icrB ffies; i n
om the RoclcleA southwesi to
o th e r male residents thawed out mlsslonefs m eeting M onday morn' tlons to the fe d e ra l power comannthCT mile n f fhw rpyulnr p l[ y - 4 n g . ...... — ,----------------^------ m lv iln n -w c rj-.b a se d -o n _ tJ o r8st Florida, m ost of t h e nation basked E a st n t h stre e t.
i n unusual :w lntern;wam th;-:M U- — New-membera -Induoted-into- the
' U rieT y tsterd a^^T hey are working
They were George E. McQon^ service Invejflgatlon. I t italed;
wauicee recorded a n nli^lme high club were M rs, Elma McDonald,
d ow n from th e m o untain springs Igal, newly elected commissioner
T his departm en t recommends o f 49 degrees yesterd ay and Dea M rs. V enna P rice, Mrs. Mary Lou
w h ic h supply th e tow n’s w ater an d for the second district; V. K . Jep'
th a t no license b e issued for the Moines, la., c h ild re n found a M ann and M rs. B etty Verberg.
h a v e thawed m l a to tal of two pesen, newly elected prosecuting proposed project, o r fo r’any pro
dandelion In th e ir scHoolyard. At
Vera W illiam s, president, an­
-mlles-BO-faftT'^^---------------attorney; Law rence P, H all, newly posed high dam project on the
\h.
Rcd_Oak. ia „ youngsters captur- nounced th a t th e next regular
T h e y h a v e 18 miles to go. U nder
s h eriff; Hassell Blanken Salm on river or o n the Snake be­
nieeting
would b e held at 6:30 p.m.
thla foot-by-foot process, th e vol­ elected
V
d
lh
e
year’s
firs
t
grasshopper.
ship, who w as elected chairm an of low the Salmon river, until luch
Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the hotel
u n te e rs build a fh-e to th aw th e th e board of county commission' tim e asU he fish passage problem
w hen A nna L arsen will be in
g ro u n d «o th e ca st-iro n pipe can ers; Ray S w e at, commissioner for of high dams Is satisfactorily
— be-unearthed.—H i e n j i fire Is b u ilt t h e ’ first d is tric t; George McCoy, solved."
ch arg e of
p ro g ram on Interna­
tional relations. ^
n e x t to the plpe-^io thaw It. .If auditor and recorder; Floyd Wil­
I t is broken, th e pipe Is replaced. son, usessor and personal tax A power commission hearing Is
T a n k trucks h ave been hauling collector; J . E , Lelchllter, probate now under way o n the Nez Perce
BURLEY. Jan . 13-M rs. Rulon
- w a te r Irom up stream on th e Esca­ Judge; D orothy L. Povey, treas­ application and a 'com^ting one
la n te river th a t runs n e a r4 h e edge urer and. r e a l property tax ew by the Pacific N o r t h f e t Power Stokti' -wilU' WlTs toaatmlstress of
the evening received Uie traveling
o f tow n, and th is w ater Is poured lector; Bay McOoldrlck, coroner, company which seeks t« build the
h ig h Mountain Sheep p r o je c t blue pencil for h e r table topics
^ t o th e w ater m ains.
an d Dr, R o b e rt H. W right, county above the Salm on-Snake Junction. discussion d u rin g
the regular
RICHFIELD, Ja n . 13-Ito. and
physician.-------T h e report o t Nez' Perce said Tuesday evening meeting of the M rs. Leonard S h ilth , College Place'
Deputies w h o took th e oath ol the-problem of assuring up and Burley T oastm istress club at the Wash., are th e p aren ts of a dnughoffice— w ere James H u rst and down stream -passage of migtalory NatlonflLhotcL
t e r ’ bom“ J n n 7n ~ S m lth ,' a ^ o rm e r
Mrs. Joseph H aU ber, president,
Mrs, K enneth B u ttram ,. deputies fish kuch as salm o n over high
Richfield resid e n t, Is a grandson
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for the sh eriff's office an d Max dam
s of____
this____________
type “has nottopics
eg yet chairman and
o f .M rs, H e tta ^ o w e ll
M U R T A U an, J a n . 13 - M r. an d Peck, who w ill be deputy sheriff ^ e n satlslactqrlly.fiolxfiijlis-de-Patricia B ase, San Francisco,
a t - C o r e y ;- M r s r ^ h u r Ivle, Mrs partm ent finds th a t the proposed prcsslons of em otion.
visited her ^ t h e r , Louli Base, and
m o v lu a n d ll(!ld _ C f_ th e lt_ re se n t H a z e l-J a th e t_ a n d ^ .M rs . .Goldie -tN ez-P ercei-p ro jett will -Interfere, >Irs. .Wallace Sharpies-gave*'Q'
' ’
T fflp to Hawaii a t t h j M onday Bucon, deputies in the auditor and an d be Inconsistent with one of boolc resume of “T h e listing Hills" fam ily.
F. A. Ross Brow n, son of Mr. and
s i g h t meeting of th e M urtaugh for the sh e riff's office, ah d Max tho purposes for which the Nez by M arguerite L y o n , which is the
M
rs.
Bill
B row n, arrived home
F a r m B ureau 'held a t th e O range tlndale, d ep u ty probate Judge; Perce, Payette, BlUerroot, Boise., story of au th en tic history 0/ the
fo r a two-week vacation before
h a ll.
Mrs. Elwln S hipp, deputy, assessor, Salm on and C hallis national for­ Oznrks. Mrs. C h arlo tte Stevenson reporting fo r electrica l training at
— Etollow lng-dlsousslon-lt-w aa-de^ an d -M r8;^ H unter-N elson7 Tleputy mats, all w lthin-the-8alm on-Tiver
I h e G reat L akes naval training
e ld ed to invite a m em ber of .the treasurer,
watershed, were established andi Mrs. John^Pyne was timekeeper conter in Illinois. Brown served aa
P o ta to M arketing assoclatloa to
a re to be adm inistered."
and Mrs. D o ro th y Jlschler was re c ru it petty o fficer while Vecelv' «p«ak a t a fu tu re m eeting.
Salmon riv e r Is described as chief evaluator.
In g boot tra in in g a t San Diego.
T h e re was also som e discussion
During th e J a n . 24 meeting new
“th e most Im p o rtan t unobstructed
concerning federal crop Insurance.
officers for the n e x t six months
SPRINODAIiE, Jan. 13 — Mrs.
R efreshm ents were served by M r. Wayne B arnes, Treinonton, Utah; salm on and steelh ead spawning will be elected a n d Installed. New
■ n d Mrs. Jam es S arg en t a n d M r.
visited her porents, M r. and Mrs. stream In the S n a k e river drain- memberships are now being ac*
a n d M rs. Charles J o h n s o n .^ ,
cepted Into the club*and those ih'
-Irv h i-O ra y th o m ra n d -o th e n e la '
large portion o f th e s&lmon and terested are ask ed to ■call Mrs.
tlves.
flteelhead fish fo r both sports and Hauber or Mrs. O lin Baker.
Mrs. P. D . Pace is visiting her commercial fish in g In the ColumM A R Q U E T T E UNIVERSITY, brother and sister-in-law , Mr, and blft river.
READ TIM ES-N EW S WANT ADS
Mre.
Reed P « e r , O d g e n . Her
Mllwoukee, Wls„ J a n . 13 — Two
brother
has
been
ill
the
past
fe»
M agic Valley students are am ong
th e eight Idaho y o u th s included In months.
Earl Christensen has returned to
th e 11,E01 students a t M arquette
F t. Ord, C alif., after visiting his
im lversityi
T h e y ore Jack R Smith, Buhl, wife, the fo rm e r K atheryn Zolenrolled In th e school of dentistry, engcr; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
a n d M artha J , Perry, Twin Palls, O. E. ClirLstensen, and other rela­
college of liberal a rts.
tives here.
/
Onion Group
Seeks Action
About Prices
Skiing Good
T e le v is io n L o g
KLIX-TV
]; ilesidents of
jj Town Hoping
i|l ^ o Get Water
I m e IVIAKT
Blaine-Aides
Are Installed
Mrs. Stoker Gets
Award for Talk
LONDON, Jan. 13
— Police
were on the lookout today tor a
missing British navy officer the
admiralty announced h a d access
to secret. NATO docum ents.
Lieut. Henry D rum m ond, 36, dis­
appeared New Year's day. He is a
cipher and communications officer.,
"He has always been a steady
andT-eiiable man and Is happily
married with two children," said
a British admiralty spokesman.
"Tliere la no evidence th a t his
disappearance was prem editated
and It Is quite o u t of character.
We are confident th ere is no ques­
tion of defection."
Cruelty Charged
In Divorce Case
A divorce .suit was filed Tuesday
In Twin Falls district co u rt by O.
R. Myers charging Mrs. In ez Myers
with extreme cruelty.
They were m arried In Ely, Minn.,
on Nov. D. 1934, and have two
children, according to th e petltipn
Myers asks th a t h is wife be
awarded custody of th e children,
$150 monthly child su p p o rt, house­
hold furnishings and a n automoHe la represented by O. P. D uvall, Twin Falls attorney.
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The senate labor com mittee today
unanimously approved th e nom ­
ination of A rthur'J. Goldberg to be
secretary of labor In the Kennedy
adiiiinlstratlon. Goldberg became
the first cabinet nominee of Presl
dent-Elect John F . Kermedy to win
such approval.
fs r d a r e d e v il
d r iv e r s
b a ttle
fo r . m o n e y ,
g lo r y a n d
t h e g ir ls
READ TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS
W h o fo llo w
t h e tr a c k s !
PHONE lOB
BUHL
Birth Reported
In Lincoln Area
I S i Group Sees
lyrovie on Hawaii
Servicc
otSthW .
JSf arts T O D A r
Missing British
Officer Sought
Policeman in
Burley Tallts
To BPW Club
Snake River Steady Rains Hit
DamProject Northwest Areas
Not Favored
■ p r tf fiic
^ 1^ ‘lSppmxlma'tely
taUon of "O scars,
J! Ihp twb trucks Involved. Twin
Falls county Deputy Sheriff Curtis :
' BOISE, Jan. r3~l.B — S en. Tom S w reported. The-mlBhap -oc.4 j.
Heath' R., PYanklln, to ld tlje Id a­ rS red at appK.xim.tely 10 a.n ;i* :
ho senate yesterday th a t “B ^ln ning Monday, I wlU do a n etfec '^Driv'ers were Identified as Lfoyd *
tlve Job" o« chairm an of th e sen' n C l t « . a n d R ic h a r d HeMty,"
H bolh s ta r route, Castleford.
ale elections committee.
Heath said a week ago h e plan'
navis halted his truck a t an In- J .
ned to resign an com m ittee. aS' T e r S o r t h e officer reported. I jignments. He dfd n o t actuiiUy do I n T t r t r u c k s coUlded head-on .
so however, nnd R epubUcan lead»»i.^lev turned the
Into the road where Davis’ vemcie k.
ers later aiicniptett to dlffl
L"d stoppeo.
stopped. T h e sun was in H e-I'.
him.
. hod
- I . ,.'. eyes "when the crash oc­
oeHis statement yesterday resulted ..ley's
U n io n
from a query from Sen. Arthur curred, ac«=rdlng »0 the of b e r
..U n f n n c n n r l no
Murphy, D., Shoshone.
Murphy asked w h at w as to hapnim -to-a-m emorlal-he-introduced,
rrtollshm ont.of the flectjiral
college STileiii, wlili.li h ad
[erred to the elections committee.
"Who Is chairman of th is com­
mittee?" Murphy asked.
■■One ot the deans of th e seimW.
T h e m ost
Senator Heath of Franklin. Is
chairman of'that com m ittee," Ben.
d e s ira b lK w o m a n
A. W. Nnegle. R.. Bonneville, presi­
dent pro-tem, replied.
'*
in t o w n
Murphy asked Naegle if Heath
planned to serve actively and
a n d th e e a s ie s t
Heath replied:
■•Effective aa of M onday morning
to f i n d . . . /
I will he the active chairm an of
that cominhtce. I h ave tu rn ed back
my pay for committee work eo far
because I haven't done anything
j u s t c a ll...
along that line. B u t I w ill assure
:'the~Eenate-thatr—beginning—M on--------- B U t t e r f i e l d
I day, I will do an effective Job."
I Heoth latec told -newsmen he
■ 8
'would rather, conttaue h is non: membership on com m ittees, but
1added; "I can't be guilty o f halting
I progress."
Keep Position
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PomerelleSkiiftg
Classes to Open
R U P E R t, Jan, 1 3 -P lan s for the
opening of. classes at the Pomerellr
ported 150 students were enrolled
TRAFFIC SNA BIED
In last y ear's classes and a t least
TOKYO. Jan. la (iB— A 'raglilg
tlint m any are expected this year, snort storm yesterday snarled traf-.
Cla.«es offered will range from tic In northern J a p a n and Hokbeglnne; through expert, w ith the kaido. A freezlns cold Wftve pp;eajl
number o f cla.ises depending^ on
... over alLof .Japan, w ith the terncnrollmfintT-HQllaiid-r^aaid^-eiaases-pcraturrrlropplnrtirao^R^TiJlcj/o.^
will m n fro m Jan. 14 through P e l).----------------------------------- *’ ■
i. with regtstrnilons being accept­
FOR YOUR
ed at the Minidoka County News
office, sponors of live school.
Students were reminded t a take
lunches each Saturday since there
are no eating. facllitJea ftt the fkl.
site.
by school officials. Oln.sse.1 will
be held at the Howell canj'on sl.e
qI th e ^ k l lllu ,
T ransporlnllon tor studeiU i w|ll
be tum lslied by the R u p ert Elks
lodge by bui. The loading area
will be at the rear o( Trevino and
Johnson Implement c o m p a n y
building on highway 30 In Rupert,
A hlgh-powcr rifle, cfirLrldge
beglnninn, at 8:30 a. m., w ith deIbeoretically Is oiie havlnR a niuzp a rtu re time at 8 a', ni.__________ zlc veloctty of more th a p _ 2 J m
Ja c k Hollond, school official, re- ' icct per second.
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ANNOUNCING
Semi-Annual Instruction Class
Zose rtcelvtag recosnltlon w e
Tsrry, B. P. Magel, P aul R.
ofrnn E. Smith, Edw ard
5 S e Dr. Orln A. FuUcr and
f r S ' V. Groves, all Tw in
^ , V A, Allison, P. M.- Hudson
beitie S. Cdrder, all F iler:
S K t o M r l y ; F. V M orrison,
«,SaU!ti; ^
*■ Ohapln, La
S o a l l f . . and I. E. Nltsckke,
Rtno, Hs''- ___ _________
T U E S D A Y , Jo n . 17, o f 8 :0 0 P .M .
W illiam I. Johnson, second. fro m left, new commander o f Maflo
Valley barracks 509. Veterans o f World W ar I, accepts th e ~ ra v el
from V. J. DavltUon. rlffht, outgoing: commander. Johnson \cas ln«
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stalled Thursday ev en in g In the American Legion hall. Also Installed
were, from led, H. H. B urkhart, q uarterm aster, and T. ,M. K night,
senior vice com mander. (Staff photo-engravlnK)
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SAINT EDWARD'S SCHOOL
Last Rites Held World War I Veterans Install Blue Pencil Goes Overhaul Asked
For Mrs. Osborn New Officers for Comihff Year To Mrs. Kennedy
HAILEY,
13 -ru nero! serv7,5~5fefTTRW” l “''“ M r» ^
N.
M embers of Magic Valley B a r­
Miirtht) Osborn at S p jn . W ed- racks No, 600, World war I, In^
I mIi!? at the McGoldrlck funeral stalled officers for th e coming y ear
5 ; ,ilh the Rev. W. D. Ell- at ceremonies Thursday evening
at th e American Legion hall.
Musical number* were by M rs.
Inatalled were William Iv an
Birold Buhler and Mrs. A rth u r Johnson, barracks' com mander; Ti
Bill sccompatiled by Mrs. WllUa
UtKerclier. Mrs. Thomas Pica,
Mn. W'ly” T u ™ ''' Mrs. .Winifred
Coates, aad Mrs. A. L. M ontgom m Wire In charge at flowers.
Honorary pailbearerj were G ayle
VortlitoSton. J. E. Lelohllter, W il­
GOODING, Jan. 13 — Gas con­
li,u Shcrblne, L. E. Outz and tra cto r licenses were granted M erHiBtll Blankenship. Regular pall- lyn Schmeckpeper an d E. W. Pyle
iwrers were Floyd Wilson', Jo h n and a m aster plum ber's license was
(ItCHinigal, A. L. Montgomery, R. g ranted E. W, Pyle when th e
0. Price, William Price and Lon Gooding city council met th is
week.
Eolbeni.
last rites were held In the H ailey
T h e project of th e tree removal
taetery.
along L ittle Wood riv e r was post­
poned after discussion with th e
city engineer.
A building perm it was granted
RDPBJIT, Jon, 13—The an n u a l L P. Coffman for construction of
polio fund raising card party spon- shop a n d coal shed a t 430 N e­
lOKd by the Rupert Orange will be braska.
held Qt 6 p. m. Saturday a t the
Police court reported six viola­
Orange hall, and will feature all tions w ith 163 assessed in lines
lypes o( cards Including bridge, and costs.
pinochle and canosta. ■
Refreshments will be served and READ TIM ES-NEWS WANT ADS
ill proceeds will go to the M arch
of Dimes.-
Gooding Council
Grants Licenses
Benefit Set
DANCING SLATED
PAUL, Jan. 13—&iuare dancing
wLl be held at the Paul O range
hall starting at 8:30 p.m . S a tu r ­
day. Waller Will li coller. Those
attending are asked to bring eandwlches or dessert.
T
k
c o a
O
M. Knight, senior vice com m ander:
Ray Qasklll, chaplain; H , H . Burk­
hart, quarterm aster; E. L. Rnyborn,
Judge advocate; A. E. ■Williams,
adjutant; James G riffith , sergeant-ot-arm s, and S a m Porter,
guard.
Member.? m et with th e auxiliary
for a potluck dinner p r io r to In­
stallation ceremonies.
The next meeting Is scheduled
Feb. 9.
UNDERGOES TBAININO
RUPERT, Jan. 13—J e r r y Dean
Sparks, son of Mr. and M rs. C lar­
ence L. Sporlts. Rupert, Is under­
going basic training a t th e U. S.
naval tra in in g center, S a n Diego,
Calif. He enlisted In T w in Palls.
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BO ISE, Jan, 13 m -C o m p le te
overhauling of the naDon's-motor
JEROME. Jan. J3 — Mrs. Guy freight ro te structure is asked in
K en n ed y -w o n -th e--b ln e^ E n ctt-iitt« ^ « i« o ritti-tatro tlm ctl yesterflny
■ J-e r - ^I d‘a Toait“
In th e Idaho state .wnate. In tro ­
th e meeting of the
mlstress club uslnj th e topic "Arc duced by the forestry committee.
It urges congress to take whatever
you listening?".
Mrs. Hinkle Cox spoke on "Don't .steps are necessary to eliminate
say It" and Edith N ancolas spoke “the p resen t hodgepodge of vary
Ing regulations, licensing, etc."
on "Personally speaking."
M rs.. Norman H lntze, toa.*itmlstress, explained the ru le s of the
speech contest which started t^lH:
th is meeting, and will be coW
pleted In April.
Mrs. Kenneth M iller, table top­
ic mistress, chose "New Y ear's res­
olutions" 7 6 r her topic; Mrs. Pred
I I
Hoskins won the trav elin g trophy.
Mrs. Jack Russell and Mrs.
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Mrs. Biisle Williams, M rs. Lois
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M D A Y , J A N U A R Y 13, ig ji
. TIMES-NEWS,. TWIN FALLS, m U Q
P A G B E IG 9 T
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Twin Falls Miss
_1 And Roy Coxen
Wed in Methodist Church
Announce Engagements
Sterling Vaughn
Speaks'on Lawn.
.Cor-e-otMeeUng
ix e h a m g e ^ w s ^
81 Years Marked
By Area Woman
____ Event
Engaged
____^NGDALE,
Sierllng Vaughn, local nuraeryr
Carolyn Johnion observed her Slsl
m{in, 8Polce on care of established
birthday anniversary New Year.'j
lawns -at U ie-T w in-Palla-G ardca
dar-oV the-hom e o t b e r son-ln..
club meeting last week *at the
law Bnil dauBhler, M r. and Mri.
yWCA. He was Introduced by
Ray Frymlller.
Mrs. Russell Miller, program di>
Mrs. JohMon was born near
rector....................
-Vlngalicr,-Sweden. S h e ...and .her
Vaughn advised his listeners not
(arolly Joined the L D S church
after llatenlng to the messagea oi
to start lawn care too early In
missionaries there. L a te r she and
the spring but lo let the lawn
hur-skter cam e to A m erica to wort
grow as-long as it- looks^nicc^-He
said the procedure for good -lawn
and send money back t o Sweden «o
care is to mow with a anarp
the rest of the family could come
mower, fertilize with a balanced
here. '
fertilizer and water deeply to
In 1001 sh e waa m a rrie d to Axel
eight Inches or more. Sprinkling
Johnson, w ho died In 1943. She has
every day causes shallow rooiing
four sons, Raymond Johnson,
whereas though w atering en­
Oeorge Johnson, G u sta v e Johnson
courages roots to go deeper and
and Fred Johnson, and three
withstand drouth. Toward th e end
daughlers„ Mrs. H elen Reitz, Los
of August grass tends, to become
____ ..Eva T aylor, Moses
•apnrnmi-TnTg'T ig g a rT e sy ’ wat e t h
Lake, W ash.
he said.
(Hulda) ^I^ymlllcr, U nity. S h e
V E R N A L O U IS E WILSON
' Fertilizer, is applied three times
makes her" home w ith Mrs. PryEITA URSEN
RAE LAE8EN
(S ta ff e n ^ v l n g j
In the growing seasqn. in early
mlller most of the tim e . One son
(Staff eniravlnti
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spring, about the first of June
died In Infancy.'
and the end of August. Commer'
With the exception o f the daugh­
clal fertilizers of 6-10-4 analysis
ters In California an d Washington
are recommended as an im al ma­
who telephoned d u r in g the day,
nures may contain weed seeds,
all her children were- home.
sports of fungus and low n itro­
Mrs. Johnson Is In fairly good
gen content.
M r, a n d Mrs, G e r a ld V \V;h(y;
A tea and Jewel pin cerem ony health and Is a ch eerfu l, fun lov
were planned at the m eetinR of Ing persons. She e n jo y s rending announce the engagem eni n! Micr
Vaughn warned against cut­
Epsilon Sigma Alpha la st w eek at the Bible an d LDS c h u rc h publica daughter, Verna L ouise to Jc^ry
ting grass too low, one an d one
S herrets, son of M r. and
half to two -Inches being a safe Mr. and M rs. A . E. (Ted) L a r­ the home of Mrs, Wesley D obbs. tlons.
height. He said- it is n ot th e close- sen announced t h e engagement The events will be held a t 2 p.m. Her friends report t h a t one of Chester Sherrets.
MR. AND MRS. ROY E. COXEN
jn d a y at! the home of M rs. H a r- Mrs. Johnson's fa v o rite remarks Miss Wilson Is a 19G0 priiduat,
nes.s but the frequency of mowing of their d a u g h te rs .
(Staff en rrav in r)
Rae Larsen Is p la n n in g a spring ald Gerber.
that makes a lawn look well.
U “That there Is iio th ln g wrong of F ile r high school and ;.s erncutworms and leaf hoppers, wedding with B e n Dreith. Denver. Mrs. F red Baugh was ap p o in ted with a good Swede” a n d all know­ ployed a t Klm-Lanea m Kimberly
the chief insect pw ta, c^n be She was g r a d u a t e d from Twin vice president because o f th e reS' ing her agree with h e r statement. Her. fian ce is a 1958 griuiiiaio o(
Twin F alls high sch o o l and is om.
checked with chlordane and lln- Palls h ig h . s c h o o l and altcncicd Ignatlon of Mrs. Douglas Neville.
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ployed . by General CompnnpnU
, dane sprays, and corthwornia, al Brigham Y oung unlver-slty, Provo. Mrs. B augh dlscussod sp rin g ru sh '
She is em ployed by United a ir ­ Ing plans and committed re p o rts
M anufacturing, In c.
though
they
aerate
the
soil,
may
SHOSHONE —Young adults of
lines
as
a
s
te
w
a
rd
e
s
s
and
is
liv
­
be controlled with chlordane and
were given. Correspondence was
No definite date has-been s
the Methodist church will m eet at
their hills flattened w ith a 300- ing In Denver. D r e ith Is dean of read from the International c h a p '
for th e wedding, .
8 p jn. Sunday at th e Christ
){. if.
9f.
pound roller In the spring when boys at N orth h i g h school in D en­ tor.
JEROM E, Jan. 13—T he- grand
Church Episcopal party house. Mr.
ver.
Members of Delta chapter, Al­
the turf Is spongy.
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and MTS. Robert Ballard. Mr. and m arch a t the recent senior ball
R ita L arsen a n d G. Richard
pha Delta Kappa, m e t last week
Vflughn also discussed fungus Smack, son o f
Mrs. Ollbert Kemer and M r. and was led by David Suhl, sen io r clo-'a
Mr. and Mrs.
at the T urf club w h e re luncheon
Mrs. Russell Scott will be (n president, and Qnll D arling, and diseases, soil deficiencies an d gave George Sm ack, h a v e scheduled n
was served In the fireside room HAGERMAN, J a n . 13—A projecl
charge of th e evening's activities. Wally Wllllaras, class vice presi­ directions for new seeding.
summer c e re m o n y . Both were
Hostesses were Mrs. M elvin Sackett of refinishlng tables In the cliurch
Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, president, graduated fro m T w in P alls, high
There will be a silent auction ol dent, an d Judy Qlbson.
and Mrs. F red Kllnke.
has been undertaken by niL-mbefi
miscellaneous Items.
T he high school gymnasium was conducted the business session. school and a re attending BYTJ Annual memberahip te a o f the The business m eetin g was cijn- of th e Zion's league.
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decorated In white and silver. T he The collect was read by M rs. O. A where Miss L a r s e n is n-ajorln^j in YWOA will be held at 2 p.m . Mon^ ductcd by Mrs. M e rritt Shotwell. *—Artr-.>a--meetlnR In.nt \ve(*k ttifj
HA0E31MAN—Methodoers cliLW
them e wos “Wonderland a t N ight." Schwartz. Mrs. Leo Anderson, English. S m ack i s a junior m a day a t th e YWCA ouildlng.
worked on the .tables and hcldj
party will be held at 8 p jn . Sunday
secretary, rend, a ,thank-you nola j o r l n g ^ m u sic ed u catio n and is Mrs. Bernard Martyn will give president. Three p ledges to bp.
Committees In charge o f th e from Mrs. M. J. Morehouse, Magic
Initialed la te r In th e m onth were social h o u r after t h e work
a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger­
a member o f th e ^ A thenian Social a book , review and there w ill b e a
Mr. a n d Mrs, Howard CarLsoii nS
dance Included David S uhl, W heel­ Valley‘Nursing home, fo r ChrlstT
Introduced.
ald Martin.
unit.
musical presentation by
Mrs, After th e meeting entertain­ sponsors. Popcorn w a s made anil
er. O’Harrow, Charles S tuhlberg, mas show gift packages. A report
James Kinney. New board m e m ­ ment was provided by th e hostess. games played.
Judy Qlbson, Linda M atthew s, of the November board meeting
Southcentral
bers and committees will be e le c t
Dance association will m eet a t 1:30 David Williams, Jim M agarell and of the Idaho State Federation oi
ed.
p jn . Sunday In the basem ent at Linda Ulrich, decorating; R ic h ard Garden' clubs and a le tte r from
Mrs. LaVern' Strong co n d u cted
the home of Daryl Layton, 627 Burks. B. Elliott. Oene P rescott, Mrs. H. G. Marshall, Lewiston,
the regular board meetuvg M on
Pierce street. Diamond Squares Bea ly k e and Cynthia R ussell, re - state bird chairman, also were
day afternoon. Edna G ra h a m led
tre.-ihment8; Charles S tuhlberg, read by Mrs. Anderson.
will be hosts.
SHOSHONE, J a n . 13—T h e ch a r­
a singing devotlonnl.
LWaa Ulrich, Jody E verh eart,
A report was given on mernbers ter at Opal -R eb eln ih " lodge- was
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M UBTA nSn-^O pen house will David Williams and Louise R obi­
draped last w eek in memory of
is h aving e n r o llm e n t for a lim ite d n u m b e r
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or
hospitalized.
Mrs.
Harry
be held from 2:30 to 8 p jn . Sun- son, entertainment; LoBue B ran ch ,
two past p re s id e n ts . Mrs. Effie
day a t the hom e of Mr. and Mrs. O. A lta Chess, Gall D arling, Judy Wilcox is at the Elks* Convalescent Watkins and M r s , Della Wagner,
of ad v a n ced
home
in
Boise
and
would
appre­
W. Ehmiela honoring Mrs. George Sklth, K ay Craner an d D o n n eta
Mrs. George H o r n and Mrs. Doyle
n s c h e r on h e r 75th birthday an- H alverson, Invitations, an d L aR ue ciate cards from members. Mrs. Bennett w ere I n charge of th e
BALLROOM
DANCING
STUDENTS
nlveraory. All frlenda and neigh­ Branch,. Kay Craner a n d Ju d y Mark Hill Is at the Tw in Palls
, WENDELL. Jan. 13 — R o b ert
cllnjc and Mrs. J. W. N ewman and ceremony.
bors are Invited and th e honoree Gibson, orchestra.
Wahler,
paychology
m
ajo
r
a
t
the
Mrs. Ben O'Harrow were reported
Mrs. D elbert G e h r ig reported for
requests no glfU. Mrs. Pificher’s
Chaperons Included Mr. an d Mrs. ill.
her com m ittee
th a t Christm as University of Washington, S e a tile ,
daughter, Mrs. George (Lols> Al­
addressed the Future H o m e m a k ­
Mrs. Howard Gillette wa.? ap­ gifts were p r e s e n te d lo five sh u tlen, Pendleton, Ore., will attend. LaVere Qooch, Mrs. Shirley Young
and
M
r.
and
Mrs.
Erf
H
elnle.
pointed rosebud ch airm an pro in members. S h e also announced ers of America Inst w eek b efo re
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returning to his classes. H is talk
is e n ro llin g te e n a g e b e g in n e r a n d o d v o n c e d
JEROME — Odds and Ends W ayne Skeem's orchestra played. tem.
Joint Installatio n services a t W en­
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Square dance club will m eet S at­
The club renewed memberships dell Odd F ello w and Rebekah centered largely on neurosis and
b allro o m s tu d e n ts .
psychosis
on
a
high
school,
lev
el.
urday a t the Scout house with
In tlie American Iris society and lodge m eeting F rid ay will be
P aul Madson calling. Those at­
the Amerfcan Hose society and handled by a te aiA from S ho­ The them e of the program c o r­
W
e
ore
a
l
s
o
enrolling f o r t a p , o c r o b a t ic ,
relates
w
ith
"Family
fitness,*’
one
tending are asked to bring dessert
recommended (hat a list o f ma­ shone. This w ill b e ' a public m eet­
of the national goals in m e n ta l
o r sandwiches.
terial available In the club library ing.
b a lle t a n d m odern ja z z f o r a ll a g e s.
health now being studied by FHA
GLENNS FERHY, J a n . 13—Two be brought to the n e :^ m e e tin g . The r e f r e s h m e n t table was dec­
American ^ o c l a t l o n 'Of Univer­
members working for th e ir s ta te
A report on the seeding methods
R E 3 -3 9 6 1
2 4 4 W a l n u t S t.
sity Women will meet a t 1 p.m. co-workers were enrolled a t the of the lodgepole pine and the orated in th e N ew Year motif an d degrees.
S aturday a t the YWOA for a social meeting of the W om en of western while pine were reported refreshments w e r e served by. Mrs.
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luncheon. Legislation-foc-educa> ihe_M003e last wcefc g n rp lled w ere by Mrs. S. W. Smith,^horticulture Horn- and M rs. C a r l HolUbaugh,
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tlon will be the program presented Mrs. K enneth Watkins, sponsored chairman.
by Sen. Qeorge Bllck and John by Mrs. J . F. Doyle, and M rs. Jo h n
Mrs. Miller gave a progress re­
Booth. Boise, associate executive W arren, sponsored by M rs. Loren port of bulbs planted a t the
secretary of th e Idaho Education Thom pson.
—Lunolk—was—eervfld—ond—oawla* NnvfimbP.r mppMng..an/^_afl<d_thi
playcdJifter.thexEtmQny_wltlUtho. paper white narcissus- w ere in
child care committee In 'ch arg e. bloom for Chrl^mas. "She a l ^
WEDl.IN ELKO
M ember j of the W a - H a n - K a
Mrs.
Stove Parry served as c h a ir­ noted, while in Cahfomla recent­
R
uth
Simmons,
daughter
of
Mr.
Camp H re group leartied about
ly, a method of growing bulbs in
memory books during a m eeting an 4 Mrs. Mel Jaramlilo, Wendell, man In the absence of M rs. G len pebbles and watir suitable to the
Sellars.
last w e e k -a t the home of I t o . fmd Sonny Dllka, son of Mr. and
P rizes-for the evening w ere r e ­ iiGwer homcs-wlth-floor-to-celling
Mrs, Louis Dllka, Filer, were morH arvfy Plummer.
.
windows. Largs size containers 18
After, discussing w hat members rled rfec. 81 a t the F irst Baptist ceived by Mrs. Gordon L en n ln g er, to 24 Inches across and six Inches
Mrs.
J . P . Doyle and 'Mra, O arl
were" to Uo to earn beads; M ary church In Elko. The couple' Is at
deep are mounded w ith pepples
A lexander. _
homo In Twin F alls.____
Kinney eerved refreshm ents.
coverlng'the clo se lrp lan ted daft
fodll bulbs and set on th e floor
for Indoor garden effect.
Refreshments wer_e„ served by
Mrs. Fibyd Bandy, Kirs. C. B.
Requa
and Mrs. Gillette, ch air­
By A N G EL O P A T R l
man. Mrs. C. W. Daigh presided
a t the tea and coffee services. A
W h a t should parents with an you m ake an exceptfori^’’
polled red cyclamen fla'ftked by
M aking exception, for th e only red candles decorated the lace
4inly child do to keep th a t child
unspoiled, from becoming seK- cl^lld because he loves b eing ‘'it." covered table. The next meeting
oentered-and -sfelflsh? ^ l a t ques­ because sho-hassuoh a p re tty dro&a wlU-be held Feb. 1 at th e YWCAi
tion Is rqally none too difficult an d would look so cute In th e play C. M. Plckes of ihe U. S. forestry
for any father and mother to even If ehe docs not s u it tl)c p a rt. department will speak on ever:jolve.-Don'tr m ake-hlm the-center m aklng-ot^clU ldrcn-glve-w ay Jor, grconj,-------------•- —:
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of the universe by o tc h in g every no o th e r reason than th a t she
movement h e makes, praising hU likea th a t, only stren g th en s his
Jllg h test effort, glvbig.hinl-cvery» or h e r chan ces for failu re. »
thing in sight wlUiout osklng him
i l i i s clilld needs to be show n
Mrs. Mary TeBBroek announci
■ tir m itir M r c ttiir n s in iis p a r r t o how to spread his intercsls“ o a t^ the mnrruige ol her daughter,
acQUlre such privileges an d such side hl5 circle, how to sh o re in hl3 Mary Ann Colder, to John M arvin
gifts.
play w ith the other child ren w ith ­ Holmes,' son cl Mr. an d Mrs,
Children have many qualities In o ut fe a r orin v o rrhow ^trstand-onjR ^ph-H olm cs.—
Tlie couple was married Dec. 30
common. All of them love atten ­ his ow n feet because th e y a re his
tion ond all of them should have feet. L e t him take h is chances ot Elko. They are making thebr
home cast o( Twin Falls.
-It., but-ln-’moderatlon. E ach should along w ith the big group.
learn, and early, that he Is but
one of a big family and he must
share with all who conie his way,
take his turn, go along w ith them
.and not to think he should always
be first an<l 'forem ost In the
thoughts of other people.
Children of a large family leam
this easily because each child de­
m ands his place and hla sliare.
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T h a t Is w hat th e parents of the
Only child fearT ie will miss, uiis
A q u a r t a doy r o l l s th e p o g n d s
give and take thot rubs off the
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CA LORIES PER Q U A R T ! ♦ ❖ ❖ ❖
greater demand for trained office help than
a w a y ! New M ead o w Gold W e i g h t
sharp com ers of personality and
teaches each his place In the
C o n tr o l - 9 0 0 c o n ta in s o n ly 9 0 0 c a l ­
they are able to supply.
scheme of things.
o r i e s p er quorf, f a r le s s than y o u r
This can be dene with the only
o v e r a g e daily fo o d I n ta k e . B u t it
child If a b it of thought Is given
to It. The trouble with some par­
g i v e s you oil the e s s e n t i a l v i t a m i n s
ents In this sltuotlon Is their own
a n d m i n e r a l s reco m m en d ed fo r
T
desire to hove, this one child con­
o d u 'l t s plus the p r o t e j n n e e d e d t o
s id e r^ os one more precious than
•—— J t e o p —y o u r - 6 tr e n g t h - w h i le 7 y o a r lo s e ~
all others, tn .have nu tildiirii-i;lv^
him the first place a s they do at
w e i g h t . It's easy a n d — y ith y o u r
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home. T hot will not work either
CHOCOLATE OR
d^w
ow
c t.w.
o r 'sJ advice
uuvi\.c — IIIt 'si safe.
auftf. J u s t
,
SIZES
for tlie child o r fo? thoJe who deal
_ d r i n k Q gloss of W e ig h t.C o n t r o l- 9 0 0
2 -1 0
w ith him.
..X A J ia & f Q lU S I S ..
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- A rnm ther-aslonlshed a teacher
of a prim ary grade by stopping
Secretarial'-^ Accounting — Business Adf r o m th e carton I n s t e a d o f e a t i n g a
In a t playtime and saying. "Please
'stration-»-r3^Stenngniphin — Gp n p r a I
^ h o i w o L c h o c o la te , or_vQni I lp _
1 e t^ e lliF h e a d ^ o -fln « f-e h o -ltk e s
— ^ ^ ia v 6 r .- lt - 's a - d 8 l ic l o u s - d l e to r y - d f I n k - ^ B u s i n c s s r ^ --------- ^--------------------------------- -----------o i l to lohool goes your little to-be-first-and-B he-crles^becam e
you
let
some
other
child
lead,"
m o d e locally from f r e s h dairy p r o d girl looking neat and pretty In
"The smallest child leads Uie line
the d ress and.Jacket — awoy she
u c t s — ta ste s like a m i l k sh ak e, f i l l s
S H O R T COU RSES
goes o h «un-days In the dress because tliat Is the safest ploce
y o u u p . C ontains n o d r u g s or a r t i f i ­
for him, you see, CM a la quite
tlo n sl Choose carefree cotton.
Clerk
Typist
—
Brush
up
in
Shorthand
—
c ia l b u lk in g a g e n ts . W e ig h t C o n ­
P rin te d P attern DOM; d illd re n 's tall. T liat places her father back
Typiiip — Comptometry — Offica-Machinestr o l - 9 0 0 is th e h e a l t h y w ay to s t a y
. Blies J , 4. Hi 8,10. Size 0 dress takes In the line. T hat's all."
"But she loves being first. Can't
y ard s SD-lnch; Jacket takes
s lim .
— Filing.
i n ' yiirda. . ,
- ,
. .. B e n fl'35 cents (coins) for this
Courses are offered for beginners, or those de­
p a tte rn
add 10 cents for each
• R e a d y t o d rin k — n 6 m ixing, n o stirring
p a tte rn fo r fIrst-cUua mailing.
siring a brush-iip-course in previous skills.
Bend to M arian Martin., care of
• E c o n o r r y c o l— c o sts o n ly p e n n ie s p er dgy
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Do fftlBO teetb drop, iiip or wobbl«
when you Ulk, eAt, Uun)i or ineece?
Weat IBth St.. New York 11, N, Y,
Don't D« KDnoy«(l tnd en^bArraased
• H e p l f h i f u l — h ig h q u a l ity m ilk p ro to in , a lw a y s f r e s h
P rin t plainly nanie, address.w ith
by luch hftndini)!. FABTEGTH, in
R em in d er
_ i w M u u . i i n d J i t y l i u i m u i ^ , J L . _ „,*lkaUwf lntm;Bcid).powiler to wirlni,
klo on your jtUlM, keeps fft)s« teeth
100’ F ashion Plnds - the best,
more
nnuly
Mt.
Olvee
connueul
fed*
.newest, m ost beautinu Printed
ot »w\»rity und miletl comiort.
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W E IG H T C O N T R O L - 9 0 C
“ T h \m m ill
% m m tniinhiff averag e
p » tt« m s fo r Bprlng-suramcr, looi,
No gummy. Rooey. p«8ty taate or feelBe« the™ all In our brand-new .Ing. Got rAUTKRTlI tOday.at drug
I Clip this couiraii-nttncll 16 y o u r oloro iliopplng H'
',r m o r e incomo" ■■
couQten
eyerjrwheie.
co lo r OsUJo*. Bend 30 ccnts nowOS «' toniU idcr lo 'try W o l((li^ o iiire b « )O Jo d ii> l-.^
Carol C«derstrom end Roy E,
Coxen were united In marrlngo In
1 candlelight ceremony Deo. 31 a t
the F irs t Methodls', church. T h e
bride Is the daughter oJ Mrs. E.
L. ^ r t l c k and the late Oliver
Cederstrom. J h e bridegroom. J s
the son of Mrs. Gladys Coxen and
the la te Burl E. Coxen.
T he Rev. Earl Riddle solemnized
— the—rlte» -b o fo r» -» -£ u n b u r6 t-fl
rangem ent of white chrysanthe­
mums an d candelabra. Traditional
wedding marches were played by
Torn Holler. Lois Beis'.f woa solo­
ist.
Olven In m arrlagj by her ste p ­
father. E .-L . Piitrlck, the bride
wore a ballerlna-length gown of
belgem cff.'
-.over baBy-bluo tflffetff
rhttby6orle3 and lohg m itts. A pearl
<;rown held her Dnef blue veil,
She carried a cascade of feathered
carnations and roses.
■ Mrs. D. K. Cederstrom, In e
-blue ta ffeta brocade gown, was
m atron o f honor for her slster-ln'
law. S he carried an arrangem ent
o( plnlc feathered carnations.
A lbert Coxen. served as best m an
for h is brother. Richard K. Fife
and W._ D. Fensterm aker were
ushera. Tlie rings were carried by
Donald Coxen, brother of the
bridegroom.
The candles were lighted by
Kalhy Wells and D onna C ederslrom, niece o( the bride. T hey
Tiere attired In Hocked nylon
gowns over blue taffeta. They
- wore blue headbands with w hite
daisies.
The flower girls, A nna P earl
Coxen, sister of th e bridegroom,
and A nita Cederstron). niece of
■ the' bride, wore whlto flocked n y ­
lon gowns over white ta ffeta w ith
blue sashes and whlto headbands
with blue daisies.
A blue on black floral p rin t
ensemble with feath er b a t and
navy blue accessories was the
choice of the brides m other. An
avocado and brown satin brocade
dress w ith brown velvet h a t was
the selection of th e bridegroom's
mother. T heir corsages were ol
pink fefitered carnations.
, Mra. Richard Fife registered th e
|uest« and- served as hostess a t
the tecepUon In th e Fellowship
hall » ftw the ceremony. O lfts
wer«, .MTanged tor dlspjay
M arilyn Reed and Paullne~ P e n ­
ney a n d Hated by Mrs. A rthur Em eraon.
Mra. W ayne Perron cu t th e
three-tlered cake served by J a n e t
Purves. Surrounded by pink fe a th ­
ered carnations and greenery the
cake was flanked by pale pink
ta p e n In crystal candelabra. An
arrangem ent of pink ohryitanthemmna w as featured on a low table.
Mrs. William P atrick poured
punch an d Mrs. H ugh Brown pre<lded-ot -thejjoffoo service.
. O u t-o l-to w a guests Included
Betty Coxen, N am pa; Mr. and
Mrs. V. P. Perron, Shoshone;
Mr. a n d Mrs. W ayne Perron.
D ietrich; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
M eredith, WInnemucca, Nev.; Mr.
r_ ^ d _ M ra._ 0 1 U fo rd .Eatrlck.. S um ­
merville, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. L. V.
Rothrock, Bol^e. and Miss Denney,
. M urtaugh.
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Wed j. Sherrets
Marriage Plans Tea, Ceremony
Set for Sunday
Are Announced
By T. F. Misses
Social Calendar Annual Ball for
Jerome Class Is
Holiday Feature
Sorority Group
Has Luncheon
Project Started
Membership Tea
Slated by YW C A
Charter Draped
At Lincoln Meet
Student Speaks
At Wendell Meet
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TIMES-NBWS, t w in f a l l s , IDAHO
Wliere’s That Ball?
Charlie Grimm and Verl(m
of Coaches”
rHiCAGP. J ® " '
~ C h a r l i e G r i m m , a th r e e - tim e m iu ia K e r of th e C h icaR O
and
®
e m p l o y e s in c e 1948, T h u r s d a y w e re lu im e d t o th e
- f f i m j i d u e b o a r d o f c o a c h e s. T h e y w e re t h e s i x t h and s e v e n t h m en a p p o in te d - t o a
•
e i g h t - m e m b e r c o a c h in p r s ta ff f r o m w h ic h th e 1961- C iih field m a n a f e f ^ p P S t l v will e m e r g e . I m m e d i a t e l y , th e re w a s s p e c u la tio n t h a t G r im m m ii;h l b e ta n n e d
^ U . ---------f o r a f o u r th te r m a s C u b ---------------------------------- ^--------------n e ifT i ) ' ^ . ‘ T n v T e i n p r K :
V V irigley siiid t h a t th 'e even­
tu a l
Cub l e a d e r
(W rig le y
d i s d a i n s th e t e r m o f "m a n ­
a g e r ” ) w ill b e
determined In
s p r in g training.
•'O n ^ 'm n n -w ill-e m e rg e as the
leader.** said W rigley. who added
OH. Ja n . 13 (ifi-The hg w ould not a p p o in t any parlicufeOISE. ^.opHnflh,- a a ae r t itig this would Ing-of-thtr- uun on U5fi o r “afUr.___
^K a
/^
aii* ’‘auLomatlcally.
n «i f r ^ n \ a Hr*n 11 ir "
c of\rmr \ae oK
about
lig h t In hunting in Idaho is p ro ­
G rim m , 03, a l s o one of three vided for jn a bill under consider­
r f U ijS tth a n n u i i l c o n v e n t i o n
S
i
by a d o p u n s a n e w c e r - C ub vice presldenta, said he was a tio n in the Idaho senate.
n o i interesied i n becoming Held
J S n
ol c o m p l i a n c e
T h e bill specifies th a t prim a
^ I n l U l l l n j a « I n v e a t l g a t l o n I n t o m a n a g e r, '‘head coach,” or what­ fa c ie evidence of unlawful h u n tin g
f ^ S rU llo n
o f C a n a d i a n Icc ever title the 1961 Cub leader may would be "the act of ca stin g or
thTDWlitg S i ter sunset th e btjp-m o7
; 7 ^ ||l H y e i 3 - b r - e n “ « l - 6ta‘“ o a rr y . - - •I'v e had too many turns al ra y s of any spot light, head light,
re a d y ." Orimm s a id . He conceded, o r o ther aritflcial light utilizing
h ow ever, thnt h e would do what­ six-voTts or more of electrical power
DoW n>a'^"8
S ta* »hlth carries on most ot ev e r Wrigley ad ju d g ed b e st.fo r u p o n any Held, forest or o ther
b e l m n th e Cubs.
p la ce where big same an im als may
G rim m first w a s Cub mannger reasonably be e.xpeclcd to be p res­
S«SuonJ. It also la th e source
STmort ol the acUona a n d rules in 1932, contlnulhg through 1D37. e n t."
5lerpnt»tl"P» voted upon a t con- He also was t h e top Cub man
A n exception would bo th e in ­
fro m 1943 thro u g h 1948. After the
a d v e rte n t fla.shlnB of th e h e a d ­
'
”'»■'> decision • was 1959 season. G rim m , succeeded Bob lig h ts of a motor vehicle ‘’operated
S c h e ffln g and w a s m anager until
li j t t t e t o d o f each m em ber In- la s t M ay 5 when he was replaced a n d proceeding In a norm al m an Satloo will be asked to certify
J ierlL ti^eii-th tire Is "n o -in tcn t-o rJ j a T m th a t Ws college or by Lou-Boudrea-iH-------^ ------------ a tte m p t to locate" a game anim al.
O n the Cub co a ch in g staff now
n»IVer«lly«tWptlc program is com- w ith Grimm a n d W alker, are Rip
T h e bill was Introduced by Sens.
£ ■ * h all NCAA ru le s and
D on W. SamucLson, R.. B onner;
and Intends t o comply C o llin s. Harry C ra U . Vedle Hlmsl, R ussel O - Daniels, D., O neida; Cy­
G o ld ie Holt and E lvin Tappe, Col­
lin s a n d Holt re c e n tly were hired, ril C. Chose, D., Benewah, a n d R.
th e others being holdover? from L. Campbell, R., Adams.
I960.
T h e r e was n o indication when
th e eighth coach will be named.
T h e Cubs will n o t appoint man­
**ln ni'S l to hockey, th e council
a g e rs fo r their m in o r league affil­
„treU lUkKl th e H o c k e > > ^ Sia te s
San A n to n io oLthe_Iexaa
A l l t e l to Inveatlgaji^roblem Ble a g u e and W e n atch e e of the
(oneemln! players Ito m CanaanN o rth w est league. Instead, “rov­
^ to report w hether It considers
ing coaches" fro m the Cubs' eightthein Hrim enough lo r action. It m a n sta ff will f ill the Jobs for ap'
will recommend w h a t action,
SA N DIEQO. Calll., J a n . 13 l«
p ro x im a te one-m onth periods.
R ic h ie Ashburn, outfielder and — Eric Mpnll ot Loa Angeles
Tnw li'O I'® ' .........................
knocked
five strokes oft j>ar fo r a
3 'r te Wl question, B yers said, lA
C ub player representative, will be­
'V tilitr »nie colleges h a v e a dlsco m e Cub "ex-officio member of 66 Thursday and led th e way
mportlonate num ber of Canadl- th e rnanagem ent team ." This will th ro u g h the first round of the
[jj, who generally are m o re skilled m e a n th a t A shburn can carry any $20,000 S an Diego Open.
T h e 41-yeor-old teaching p ro ­
Hun n j. natives.
p la y e r c o m p l a i n t to tho Cub
c o a c h in g sta ffw lth d u t wa'ltlhg for fessional, who plijrj relatively lit­
tle
tournam ent golf, found the
BOW LADROM F
th e usual A ll-S ta r game period
S s iu a t L t t r a *
s u n n y w eather and th e M ission
for a irin g player grievances.
b ^ 0 8e*Tl«i Ixm nir® ( i e f c a t e d F w l
V afley Country club course to his
I M * ’* M incy.S *! J H u m a n 's U to c o <1^
lik in g . H e led ot! with a 36-fool
/Ntid Younf‘1 D*Vry 4-0 : I d a h o D e p a rtp u tt tor a blrdle-three o n th e first
gcgt M e a l« l H orn* D a lrle * N o . 1 <-0;
SUfllU liJunB# (W e * t< d fira c p e n w in A ulo
h o le an d went on to cover the
}.|- Hom« Dilrie* D ^ l r y i U i d a d e fe ate d
p
a r 36-36—71, 0,726-yard course In
Dnot Grill R
32-34.
H ifh W U idw l ffu n w . S h l r i « « S tT au tth n
IW; blgb IftdWduaJ m rin. BWrl«
T ie d a t 61 were G ary Ployer,
B tnurbo. <701 hlg-h • o m t c h t « a m (r»m«,
w h a missed a 110,000 hole-ln -o n e
J u r ilU Lounj*. 747 : h l f h h f tn < » o * p le sm
Jackpot- by the margin o f 10
rim *'SU rllt* L oung*. 921 ; h i c h hanUicAp
t« m K r i a . SU riit« L o u n g e , 2 .6 C 1 : hlirh
lnche.i: Je rry Barber o t Los An­
u r tU b U»m le rie a . 8 U r l i t «
LounB«,
L O S ANOELES. Jan. 13 (fl - geles and Marty Furgol, 1059 'San
J o h n n y Unltaa s a i d Thursday he‘a D iego O pen winner from CoghUl,
H lfhllitiU t B ow ler o f t1 i« w e e k . S h lrle e
lo o k in g forward t o Sunday's pro n i.
j t n o f b n , 470.
bowl gam e and w h a t m ay be hla
P layer, from South Africa, and
Btdilr K ilo w a tt L t a g a *
la st quarterbftclc d u el w ith Norm P urgol toured ttie course In 31-36
lilif lU (Ufetltd H o a d p l n n e r a 3 - 1 : A lley
a n d B arber did It In 34-33.
K iU d«{Mt«l nock l l o l l e n 4 - 0 ; M ur- V an Brocklln.
“ I 'm sorry to s e e Van Brocklln
d e n r'i.R m r M m Ih I 4 R e d d y a 4 - 0 : K iI I^
T ie d a t 68 were Bob O ojJby,
• i f g k i 3*fat«d F « » rl« sa 4 S-1 ; H o p e f u li re tire .
He’s a g r e a t one,’’ aald w in n er o f the $46,000 Los Angeles
d«/ett«d Opdmlilt 8 - 1 ; D r e a d N o U d»-tmUd-Dowl-^mllM «-l------------------------- : . U n ita s , who pilots th p W est In th-j O p en la s t Monday; U onel HeH Jrh lodlrtduiJ tr&nM. w o m ^ n , F r a n a n n u a l ' post s e a s o n "flonnybwok B erfT E o n Januafyr D arrell H lcn u n n a n ITt, m e n . K e a M a s o n 214; for N ational F o o tb a ll league allk ock. B o Wlnlnger a n d P ra n k
k lfh io ^ U io l a0 ri« « ,
w o m e n , F ra n
starfi.
B o y n to n ,— Wlnle«ii-and—B o m to n '
■njoimaa 44), mcoi. D ill A m d t . 60.8.
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c a m # In Ju st before dark.
bU b hindlM p t« a m r a m e . ' K illy- B altim o re, sold V a n Brocklln will
T w en ty -n in e protiiislonals )n the
v l f s l a M i J i blsb tM n d I c « p t e a m »«rlei, h a v e
a n edge I n working wiUi fie ld of 160 broke par.
Philadelphia
E
a
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l
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teammates
A rnold Palm er, who blew, u p In
ie r l « , K U ly ittn ltt, I M O .
T o m m y McDonald, Bobby Walston th e Los Angeles Open and failed
Mijor Lcaraa
and R a y Retzlaff. B u t U nitas said to q u alify for the final two ;'ound.‘i.
* f-U p d t f ( it« r C n in d a ll T V 4 - 4 : H o ri<
'^ b u .K « U l-d tfM t« a - A r c t i e C i r « i » -4-0| the W e s t has a f e w aces to play. _g!!lLjlflCk_Dn_llllU!lilIiaJlEK_WliJl
Cbaoe«r 8«r\'lc« d e f e a te d J e n a e n ’a Je w e ln 34-36 a n d a tie "ilU> d e h t others^
8-1; Kiy’i J lJ c a
H ow l
d e fe n te il
R o u n d in g out t h e W est’s back- a t 69,
\ U o « t i Oil $-1; P a r l i ^ l a n L a u n d r y t l « l
fleld
w
ith
fullback:
jlm
Taylor
of
L e ad in g s c o r e r s In th e first
wrNitlotnl I^unSr7 2-2.
B l(h bdlvldiul (r« m « , S t a n C r o m . 24S ; G re e n Bay are L e n n y Moore and ro u n d of
the $20,000 S an Diego
U r t ittiijlduil le r l e a , S t a n C r o m , 6 1 7 ; Jon A rn e tt of L o s Angeles.
O p e n golf tournament Included:
Jtflb w ite h team
7 - U p . M fl;
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has
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................. 32-34—«8
Wib budieap la am g a m e , H o n e Shue
pass-catching- aces up his
],0M I )i)|h b a n d l e s p t e a m a o rle i, an d
G a r y P la y e r ..... ...........31-36—07
filfu Uetal, 8 .0 7 0 ; h i g h K sratch sleeve,
Nick P letro sa n te o ^ DeJ e r r y B a r b e r ........ ...... 34-33—87
t o n ieriei. H on« S h u M o ta l. 2.818.
M a rty Purgol ............. 31-38—87
aijuiim, L» H »tb«k 616. nu.i tro it an d Paul H ornung, Green
B ay’s Jack-of-Q'il-trades.
Hlrfy *11.
D o n J a n u a ry ............. 34-34— 68
T h e West has w on six of Uie D arreU H lckock .......... 36-33—88
■- . .
BtraUh
p rev io u s 10 battles.
B o b O oalby ................ 34-34—68
I U n l i d r f a l r i B o « U i n B i n <-0;
U o n e L H e b e rt i,.......... 34-34_ D u t H o rn . i i f a t r J 3 D h u ik i 4 - 0 : D c .il
O J d i- . n d
E n d l - J - 1 ; M ; K T o v e r Klub d e f e a t e d E . S . H ir p e r
B o W lnlnger ...i'......... - 3 3 - 3 S ^ 8
J ^ I O l n U d t l t a t e d B l a n k e r ty B k n k i 4 - 0 ; T h e P o rii d e f e « L e d W e a te m Mutle
B ra n k Boynton ,
- 3 3-35-88
8 * 1 ; P e t e n w n d e f e a t e d G em S u t « Oil
^CAA Winds
UpBusiness
AtPittshurgL
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Unitas and
Van Brocldin
Set for Duel
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H i f f h in d iv id u a l g a m « , M . D u b b e . !2 0 ;
in d i v i d u a l l e r i o a , - M . - p u b b e , tST;
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• W T D a r k ]!« » « . 1.4S9.
h ig h s c r a t c h team r a m « . H u g h e s Homei,
040-; - h l c h - h « i i d l c f l p - t o a i n - - g « m e 7 -HuBhes
, MAfilC B O W L
K o m e fl. 1 ,0 6 0 ; hlflih H a n d i c a p t e a m aeries,
Kja v e r
K llih
; h j p h | priat r ( | {CSM
u U Show L e a a ra t
H u g h c i ! lo m < » . 2,470.
. f tj^ r u H h i n g j d e f e i t ^ S h r i n e Club l e r i e a .
M , iJb e rtM n l d e fe a te d M c R lH R e p a ir
H l i r b H g - h t a j B o w le r o f th * w e e k , W.
J J * A w D lipatch d e f e a t e d
J a c k w n D u b b e , &87.
Shop M .
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W i»'W ual a e r i e s . D o b P n y lo n ,
M o o r e 's
W a r e h o u s e . d e f e a te d
P u rity
te a m y a m « , D o n H illc h 4 . 0 ; Hoy'a U s e d C a r a defeated
b f tn d lo a p t e a m
g a m e, W a t e r
» W |n „ , #54;‘ h ig h h•‘•ann adjicc aa pp le
te am K I m b o r l y
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U h l i g F e e d LoU
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• • • ■ , Don H u t c h l n g a , 2 ,4 8 2 ,
d f lf c a te < i A rn o ld ’* G r o c « r y J - 1 ; Jloppy
H o lly d e f c o t e d D o d d a S a f e c o S - 1 ; Bank
i n d T r u a t tie d C a n d H o f M u r U u g h M .
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j/»P «dlcU b!« d e fe a te d N u n - o o - T u U - f iu s 204 : h i s h In d lv ld u aJ a e r l e i , l o l a D enton.
573 ; h l f f h a c ritc b t e u i i i g a m e . H appy
H o lly , 7 B 4 ; hltih b a n U l c a p t e a m gam e.
C a n d H o f M u r ta m r h , « U ; h i g h haniU Sb
b IfK K l?ji
F a r m e r s , SUfl: c a p t e a m a e r ln , U h l l d F e e d L o ta . 2,823;
h ig h B c r a t c h team a o r i e a , H a p p y Holly
,b ii ,
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flerie a, U n p p e d l c U 2 ,1 8 2 .
H l r h l l i r h t a : K o w le r o / th « w e e k , Jan
C b u g ff.
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l e i l l w t t e r ’a
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K lc c n T o p d d c a te d P e r k l n a B r o s . 4-0;
U O t t a «J«fcfltnl M c C a r t y 'a 4 -0 .
I l i i r h Inillvtilu& j g « m e . A r m in a t-'a rn n .
163 ; h i f f h Individual H « r l e a , E d e W Idtner,
E 02: h i t f h Buritch t e a m
g a m e . Person*,
fHH: h l f f h han d icap t e n m g a m e , P e n o n i,
047 ; b i u h iMindleap t e a m le r l e a , P e ran n i,
2.GI14 : b i t f h K ra tc h t e a m a e r ie s , P e rso n i,
IdahD'StateiVill
Start Conference
PlaylsirWeelf^End
By T h e Associated Press
- I d a h o —S ta te 's—lOdO-ohamplonsr
Ineligible th is year Ijecause th ey
play only six league games, and
Colorado S ta te college m ake th e ir
d e b u t in Rocky Mountain co n fereijce basketball action th is w eek­
end.
I t 's an unusual show th lj year,
for th e Idahoans and C olorado
S to te collectively have won only,
th re e gam es In pre-league tune^
ups'
T h e Bengals. 2-0 overall, are f a ­
vored io pass thelr.flrst conference
test a g a in st Colorado M ines 1-4
TT iaay a n d Haturdoy 'n i g h t s aF
G olden. 'Colo., w h i l e Colorado
S ta te 's assignm ent li tougher. T h e
B ears (1-8) tangle with Colorado
college, w inner ol five league
gam es w ithout defeat.
A dam s S ta te (1-1) visits W estern
S ta te (0-2) in another series.
Frank Burgess Keeps
College Scoring Lead
Adds to Roster
M lIA V A U K E E .l J a n . 13 L^^M lhvaukee B r a v e i c a t c h e r , c a p tivln lUicl m a s t v a lu a b le p la y e r
o f 1960. D e l C r a n d a l l, lulded
a n o th e r p l a y e r to th e fa m ily
ro s te r T h u r s d a y ^ w lie n
Mr.s.
C ran d a ll n a v e b i r t h to th e ir
fo u rth .son. J e f f r e y A la n , a t
MLserlcorcUa h o .s p 11 a 1. T he
youn[i.su*r
w e lR h e d
in
at 8
p o u n d s 9 o u n c e .s .
B in Proposed
To Strengthen
Hunting Law
Eric Monti Is
First Round
Open Leader
PA G E N IN E
— NRVV—Y0R!vnI*ii-^l-3-(>V)— Fiiitilt-B tirK css-of Oon zagaT-r-^»
wild lifted hia a v o r a t e to ,H .I point.s, i.s the n a tio n ’s . ,
iiiiijiir-folloKC b a s k e tb a ll .'iciii'iii;; len d e r for the f o u r th
Hlniii;hl, week, th e late .sl M'A.-V Service hm-omi s ta tis tic s
-sliiiwi'd Thursila.v. liiir g c s s .sedrcd ;i‘i poini.s in a losiriff
C iiii.se auain-'it W a.shiiiKlon,-.,
^Topsv Turvy’
Title Boutrin
Set Saturday
B O STO N J n i i
13 (.y .- T lio r o 's
Shiio hi.st Thur.sclay, Kiviiiu; Y n o -i R p r r n T n l r a
h im lOS p o in ts u \ \\ \ g a m e s . ’ ^
Tom Chiltnn of K a st T c n - '(
ncs.^cT S tale i.s .second w i i h j X
a
n i o r e " ih a n $50,000— a n d
real swilcii iti tlie Piuil Pender 7 \in o n /a j e n t 'L u c a s o l O h io
Terry Downes inkldWvveinht title S ta l e 'J tn . T h e re co rd .s l n c h i d e , ^ ‘’^'‘‘i ' ‘?f< l i e w o u ld r a th e r p l a y t h a
oiulleld th is year than r e tu rn as
University of California’s Camden Wall a t left, possibly thinks he (New York - M
c h u .se11,s- Eu rop e gam r.s of 'n ie s d a y , J a n . 10.
has th e ball as he grabs team m ate Earl Shultz's he.'id. f r iu r r . durinf' version) fig h t coming up Saturday
SI. UtinaviM Uure's lo :i-7 !
t r i ­ a catcher.
SUinford-Califomla gam e a t Berkelpy, ('allf. At rlRht. Slanford’s night.
u m p h ovi'i- O iin n o n e n u b l r d th e
‘ Don t g et me wrong." said the
John Windsor has a tw o'-handcd hold on the bull b ut h r may not
You have P en d er, an American. Up.slale Ni'w Y ork te a m to ri'R a in 35-ycai-old all-star catch er of
know it as he hna au ey e -fu ll of Wall’s fingtTs. Stanford mm, 53-52. boxl!\R like a n EuKlLshn^vn with n th e te a m o f(en.se le a d f r o m . M e m ­ lOliO, ••ril play a n y ^ c r e Houk
(NEA telephoto)
fancy left Jab and a straig h t riglu p h is S ta t e . T h e o n c e - b e a t i'n B o n ­ (Yankee ManaRer Ralph Houk)
to follow th ro u g h , and Etownes, an n ie s a r c a v e ra g in g e x a c t.ly 90 tells me to plffy but I would prefer
Engli.shman.
fighting like an p o in ts a g am e. liliM uphis S t n t e i.s the outfield because I th in k it
»fld a couple of years to my
American w ith an aggressive, two the runner-up with 89.7. 'riu ‘n
come Ohio State, to p -ran k ed m career.”
listed filyle.
SUN VALLEY, Jan. 13 (JPi— h
the
Associated
Press
poll.
87.6
andi
Houk,
.sitting t o - Yo■gi*r-le(f^
The experts believe the EnRll.sh
"Tnembur O f thD i960 U. S. O lym ­
We.st Virginia 86.1. The M ountain -'g n n n ed a t th e reporters present
style i.s m o re becoming to the eers
pic women’s .ski team w ill be
leaped
from
15th
to
fo
u
rth
ifo
r
ilie
conference
and said:
—I
American t h a n vice ver.sa, for the place.
am ong 07 racers in th e Sun
"Y okI i.s listed on the ro ster as
30-year-o!d P e n d e r Is the 2-1 fa­
Valley open Saturday a n d Sun­
St. Bonavenlure also Is th e lop a catcher b u t you may be sura
vorite to r e p e l the challenge of
day.
club In field'goal accuracy with he'll play som e in left field, too."
n
the 24-year-old Londoner.
S h e Is Linda Meyers, w h o will
a .507 mark and Ohio S ta te ha.s
RUPERT.
Jan,
1
3
T
h
e
Minico
Berra divided Uie 19Q0 cam paign
be o n e of 14 class A women
I ^ d e r saw T erry stop P hil Edskiers on hand. O thers Include Spartans defeated th e 'I'wln Falls jvards in a ,B ritis h title fight in
Smiley T s c h o p p , M am m oth high school wrestling team T h u rs­ London-la.st J u ly . He’ sald h e llkc^ are the rebound leaders having He iJlayed in 120 games in all and
batted .270 w ith 15 home ru n s and
Lake.s, Calif.; Eva M arcoulier, day 41-G. Minico h a d four pins, Terry’s style— “ for m e.”
controlled Gl.t) per cent of th e re­
62 runs b a tte d in.
,•
Bend. Ore,; Dorothy C am pbell, five decisions and th re e draws.
"He's a r e a l , gam e aggressive bounds in their gan\ps.
Divisions and wre.stler.s, listing
S eattle, and Betty B ell. Sun
kid," Bttld P e n d e r. “ He takes, a _ Sanja Clara IsJh e defense paccr
V alley .--------------— Minico - wrcfillers first-, include: pimch lo get o n e in. He co^nes a*t
setters, having yielded o n ly 655,
T o p s In U\c field of 24 class Under 95 pounds, Stlm pson pinned you with b o th hands. He's not a points in 14 games for a 46.8 av­
A m en racers will be th is s o u th ­ J. M lchener; D5 plus. Combs pin great puncher b u t h e ’s a good one, erage. San Jose State Is n e x t with
TUESDAY
ern Idaho resort’s tw o Aus­ ned PU nn; 103 plu.s. Praegitzer
“Will he ch an g e styles? He ■49.1.,
JANUAKY 17-8:30 P .M .
trian Instructorsf-Pepl Grani"-' pinned • Harper; 112 plus, New­ couldn’t ch a n g e now If he wanted
Lil'cas,
the
Buckeyes’
big
g
u
n
,
Is
RADIO R^D EYQ O i—
h am m er, who Just m issed an comb pinned Snterw hite; 120 plus, to. He'll have to come to me if he
Individual leader in fie ld goall
Tsl W restling Card
Olym-plc berth In his co u n try , George deci.sioned
G uffy; 127 expects to w in the title. H e’s cer­ marksmanship with a .619 per­
1961 Season
and K nrl BurLicher. w in n e r of plus, S p a rlfl decisioned. Robinson: tainly not g o in g to outbox me.”
centage
and
in
rebounds
w
ith
.207.
the 1960 New ZeaJand open. 133 plus, ^ h n a b e l
Hit
decisioned
So what’s g o in g to happen?
Pete
Chudy
of
Syracuse
h
e
a
d
s
the
Form er national junior ch arn - King; 138 pliV R u s h decisioned
" I’m going to b ea t the guy," free throw list with .933 o n 30
plon G arry MqCoy, M am m o th R. Michenpr;' 145 plus, Andrews said Pender f la tly .
conversions in 32 tries.
Lakes, is entered.
Pender fig u re s to m eet Terry’j
decLsioned Maupin; 154 plu.s, W hit­
T h e downhill will be t h e first aker v.s. Roger, d ra w ; 165 plus. rushes with sn ap p in g Jab s^th e
day a n d tJie slalom S u n d ay .
McMurty vs. McAdams, draw, and weapon that enab led him to heat
heavyweight dlvi.slon, Pickering vs. Sugar Ray R o b in so n twice In title
HELENA, Mont., Jan . 13 UPl—T he
lights last y e a r — an d atralghl
WiUls. draw.
- irf
small, gray mourning dove a p p a r ­
In th e exhibilion m atches, list­ rights to the h e a d .
ently won't be a shotgun ta r g e t in
"I'll
come
a
t
him,
he
needn't
ing M inico first, P ay n e pinned
M ontana for a t least two mor^
Miller.
Roger p in n e d
Guest. fear," said t h e confident Briton. years.
Wheeler pinned V a n Noy, King "I Just hope P en d er fights like a
A bin th a t would have m a d e the
champion
a
n
d
doesn’t
ru
n
all
pinned Barlow, Woodskow pinned
swift, erratic flyer a gflme bird
Sloan, S ears pinned Kelly, A rthur night.’’
was
killed In the house T h u rsd ay
Tlie fighters, who already had
decisioned Dauven, T aylor pinned
finished their boxing preparations, despite serious but h u m o ro u s ef­
Saterw
hlte.
and
D
ow
ns
was
p
in­
forts
to save the bill.
H arp ers edged out O. K . Rubber
took light g y m workouts ThurS'
Welders 42-41 Thursday h r g h t Ih‘ ned by Willis.
day. They p la n to lim ber u p again
city league games. O th er results Paul Ostyn Is t h e Tw in Falls Friday.
were Valley Sporting o v e r Faux wrestling coach, a n d ' coaches tor
48-42, Syringa over E a s t Side Minico a re E. J. R iish and. Robert BOIIT OFFERED
M arket 42-38 and Moose Lodge Halverson.
TAG TEAM BOUTDENVER, J a n . 13 Wl — Denver
over Business College 42-12.
promoter M ilt W lllner said Thurs­
Chlef K it Vox & BIU Melby,
H A R P E R .S 42. OK I l l I B B E R 41
day he has o ffe re d Erich Schoeppvs.
Ila rp e ra
/g f ip f lp
OK
f K f t p f tp
neiLof Oerm a n y t l 0,000 to fjght
Jonclio-K ald e» A JtiiaiLNa.T»ttl).
S h a rk
- ■ lU y W e U s 3 3 1 0
of Pfilla3eIpRla'
H iw ltini ■ r 0 2 2
8 1 i 17 “ CHICAGO, Jan. 13 LD —E r n i e Harold Jo h n so n
Tlie .B at vs. Jack Laltu*
FREE ESTIMATES
3 S 2 9
Z a g a ta
7 S 2 17 H lb h a rd
th e ChlcaKOs' Cubs' slug- here nert m o n th for th e NPA yer■ i . n i- a .
^,lin<fpn -1 n
------------^mg - 8H'6
m a p , T h u rsd ay , s f ^ e j slon of 'Ilie light' heavyweight
ONE OTHER BOOT
B ohannon 1 0
1 2
:a a te r
1 1 4 8
championship.
lU c h a r d a n 1 0
1 2 his 1061 contract ( o r a n estimated
Wrestling Interviews, K LIX -TV
$55,000.
~a:3Q'p.iii. -AdvapceHlcketiTt)-------jfj
T b ta l* . - I f l 415 42! T o t* U 1 7 .-7- f l i l
Princeton’s so c c e r te am ended
Banks the-Cubs‘~ all-tlm e Home
-rTwln Falls Cigar Btoie-^
■
run lead er vihose 269 home runs H an ard 's tw o -y e a r reign a s ’-vy
VALLEY SPfmilNG 48. FAUX «
—w ra y ’a cafe-^;
” t a f t p f tp are m ore than any o th e r shortstop league' soccer c h a m p io n w hen the
V a lle y
f g ft p f tp F a n x
7 0 4 14 In m ajor league h is to ry , was given Tigers scored a 1-0 victory over
B r o w n ln ir
4 2 2 10 H erd
—Wood Cafe, J e ro m e ^
0
1 '4 1
V a n ^ y c g n r 1 0 4 2 B ro w er
the C riisaders..
.5-0..2-JU j.I>U roy— - 2 ...1 jt-& an Increase over h is 1960 contract.
Ski Meet Slated Spartans Top
Briiins 41 -6
In Wrestling
WRESTLING'
Doves Safe
Harpers Edges
Out O.K.Five
In City League
DRIVEWAYS
GRADED
Banks Signs
Custom Hauling
RE 3-1829
M ^ c Valley
Asphalt Paving Co.
M ahunnes
I
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STEA L
A
Utah Wins 111-66
Over New Mexico
SALT LAKE CrTY, J a n . 13 W
— T h e U tah R e d s |d n s poured
tlvough 68 points In the second
half T hursday night and swam ped
outm anned New Mexico 111-60 In
a rough Skyline conterence bas­
ketball game.
Billy (The-Hill) McQlll h i t his
game average ot 27 p o in ts althomfh h e 'vM lued nnlv sn a r l n glVIn the fin a l lin ir a c h R u ffe l hit
23 points for Utah.
■The Redskins, using all b u t two
men on the squad, rolled up a
43-28 halftlm e margin. M cG ill and
the s ta r te r s came out In th e second
half a n d helpetl run up a 35-polnt
lead.
...
^»«on.Pni„' "‘'"'"“''••Andrewa apllt An-
in d lv l iio il
W e«t
T I0 IX E G E
---------m
V ir g in ia 100, G e o r g a W aa h ln g lo n
C ro lh e r^
Ki l n, —
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“ T u m i a i n O , O U m so n
”
OroUMnHWdoii*, O o n n e c t l o u t 79, N e w I f a r a p t h i r a 77
U l T 7 7 . L o ffili T e e b 4 8
N o t r e D a m e 70, S t . F r a n c i s (P«>) M
] { o u f l t o n 0 0 , U r a d l e r 00
‘Mi
T u U a 8 1 . D n k t 00
ll« lp b D lm m u tu ). U altx
S t . L o u i s GO, N o r t h T e i a i 6 U U 40
U l r t o i n n a t l HI}, W l e h l U 67
ii'!'*!',)'** U iju .
M o n t a n a 61, D i n v e r 44 < ! S , 'V,'*'?' MoNtdr Con.l. U t « b l U , K tff, U e x i c o < t
111 I
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J l l l h In" , 11,
!l*l high ml?
Wh h *
5*Wjr lloll, illj
if), •frteb
<»iit,
*
* -0 .
Meyer,
M*urln#
n a t io n a l H O C K E Y
1 4 t ^ Y o r k 4, U o i\o n 4
U o n t r « f t l e, T o r o n to 2
LBAGUB
NATIONAL HABKETDALL ABSN.
l l o a t u n 1 8 4 , fiy r a c u s o M B ( o t)
I 'h l l a d Q l p h l a HI, B t . L o u l i m
D e t r o i t .1 2 4 , ( H w e ln ,n » ti
h*t\dlc*p teaw
W8J Wall
I.BOfl; HAW A IIA r i r o T n a m e d
ityjrfUi' .J a n ,. 13 Wb^Toiii'
w « ek « TiO tiUi my H o n th , n v'otornh b A a e b iijl
M « rttn
p le h id
m anager In the Pac)flo_.
]o«gue,-^Thurflday "WM iiRmod mnnnger o f tlia now Honolulu POL
BitM club.
" llK S
I^^q v a V g
a V O rS
A 30:i iivenii^c on 303 iK^int.s in l o 'l l i i f f i o M
P n c iflA n
oti[jii'.;s H,' 1.^ followed by Tom v U t l l C l U 1 U M l i U l l
Sllih nl Si Bonavcnture 2!).5. NEW Y O R K . J a n . .13 W V -Y o g l
Tony HlschiiiKtT of P urdue 28.4. B e rra s ig n e d h is 16th N e w Y o r k
Bill .McG)Il of Ut(\lL2L3 n n d Allr}
coiumcL-Thursday-------fo t-
H l j f h l i g h t f H D o w l e r _ o f tb * - w * « k ;- A r U u i l d - S » l , w . r . R iln « F a m e s , 490; P b y U i a E la in g picked
. ''• ''• W
W rl,h t. M O s p l i t .
K ,,
^S
Leave your conscience at home. . .
- ' zjthen, 8neak[dOwnto your
Plymouth dealer. . prices
are so low you’ll feel like
' \
ym’ro stealing Or car.
P u ll th o jo b now w hile-w o’ro
s ti U o f f e r in g , t h o f t - l i k o
p ric o a pn 1901 PlyirioutliB ,
R ~ P ’LY M G U T -lf V A tl a W
,
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FRIDAY^ JANUARY 13,
A
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n
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FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, igji
S rlM 9 6 l= r_
T1MES-NEWS,ITW1n f a l l s , IDAHO
AND. FINANCE
Live^ek-
Idaho Soloijs
Okay Jobless
P A G E ELEVEN .
Schrenk, Ployd 'West, otli Pries,
Jacquelyn M organ. Ned Anderson,
Carl O sterhout, -Earl W. m W ey ,
Robert R. M eade, Hynim Ander­
NEW YOHK. Jan. 13 W —
son, Norman S n iy ers ai\d Oerald
Thousands wiutcd a(ooi and In
cars here I of the rlbbon:cuttlng
Wayne Bailey.
ceremony opcnlnc the 93-mllE lb a
JteL dO llaL T lltogs Neck.btldgB — Art M r-W ar<l, Mrs. Qlenwood
connecting Ixihj Island nnd tho ' Taylor and W e lls Hepworih.
Bronx.
.
lU {Iar-V ale
Suddenly, at the ppik of the__
W. J. Toiv6, J u n e Kehm, Wesley
brldne's arching roadmy, a"
Ada*ns.
Ellls
J . Powers.
spccK appcai;td.
!
Jack&uii
Was It ft car? A niolorcycle?
Tlie speclt gvew anil soon allL. J. Prcdniorc. Marie Paul, Mllconld see.
lage Beckcr. L n w ren ce 'c . Iluzen,'
It w.is a boy on a bicyclt-tho
\
Beth Hatch, V . A. Cories.!. Mr,v
fir.st vehicle acras.s, even If It
Marolo o r c h a rd . Alice Purin and
did beat the Buii.
Archie Corolla.
M a lta
Blaine W ig h t. ' Tell Taylor,
Elaine
Nicholson. LeVcre Tra­
cy. Mylo L. P eterson. Murgaret
jV ardrM elvin HutcWh.TOn, Nornia
Parke and Ei\rl M. Udy.
O aklpy
Precinct one— K eiih Crltcjiflcld,
Roy 'Steel, LeRny Day, j. Henry
Bicycler First
Retail Group Bu'rley Singers,.
Plan ‘M e ssp ’ It
§ets Project
BURLEY, J a n . 1 3 -A ll Tfcrsons 3!I
ot th e Mlnl-Cassla area interMted
BU R LEY , Jan . 13 - During
in
singing H andel’s "Messiah" mo,
retaU »m erchim tj-com m lttfo me<
ihff W edncsdayTnom infr the p ro tip T l t i ^ 10 come to th e first cnoriis
practice
lo be h e ld a t 3 p.ra, Sun­
( f r o m p a g e O n t)
vo ted to Bave "Washlnglon d o lla r
OGDEN
C H IC A C .U . J a n , IS l U P l ) — G r a in f u ­ m o n lh Itvsiead of wilUng until (Jie
d ay s" changed to Friday met S a t ­ day in the J u n io r high “tchool
OtJDtLS. J»n. 13
a:.SUAj-Ci
tu r e * fwuntl a v a r ie ty «( I n s p lr a li tiu t
chorus
room.
T h e event Is being ' ij
eiid ol the quartei'’.
siiil o*lvf^ non**.
u rd a y . Feb. n a n d 18.
to d a y to » i # b * a a tr o n g K ^ n e ra l a d v .iic e
at a g la n c e
siKinsored by. th ii Burley Muslo
>}<>eii td ; n o e a r l y •■ I r t. .
o n ih * Uwirti o f t r a d r .
Yoiinp Mid Lhe bill could
“a
T
lie
group
voted
to
makp
rccoR
‘Shwp
luine.
club, an' affiliate o f the national
Wheat ,'l.a.tsl up "h t» l^^, con»
VrtflK. J*”*
,
powerful uein" In assLstlng co u n ■•* ?. nl.ber; ti.'llM
n ltlo ii of n atio n al miMt w e e k I federation,
up; I 0V«™m<,„U
“y i i i ; , ' o
mieaiploym ent "U s u c li
’ DENVKR
n-om M ay 1 to 7 by d M a y m j l ^ h e ch o rus-w ill-^e direoled'-by—
D K N V K R . J a n . \.i u ? ) - ( U S D A \ — 17 lo 2K iH )in ia.
a prooicm.
____
b a n n e rs In Ihe w lafow i liyilead Ronald Archibald, music Instnict_ C 4 lU « 6 0 0 i <^alvM mK); n o m tn « l ; butW
Soybeans raine<l *up|M>rt 'from by.
Sen. An M urphy. D., 8hoshon«.
■*cS»" J
- -of th e song.. contest-i
wlilch h a d .o r o f the Burley h ig h ichool. All
o f r«sr«fh*ta f o r n a t i o n a l W M tern B lock
prwiucl.. ni-wi of nrhich ellmbpd to
•how .
said
Ills
county
w
as
hard
liU
by
i
h
e
held in previous y;nrs.
hiaha (.«r the neaaoiu PendiOtf eipori
I Chose v.'ho have “ M essiah” mualo
H>vb» j s f t ; m l i r « iu p p ljr t a r r i e d o
0 ' 2 ‘^ H llW l
seven-month mining fililke a n d
trade heitW wKeai. oati and rye.
T h e flrat employe and employerjflre n.skod to brin g it. The oratorio
S h i-^ p n o n e .
C o r n jiitniv«Hl m o r e th a n tw o rciK* “miuiy of Uie boys are In dc-sperd innnpi*
n e r vsill be h eld at the E lk .s will be presented d u r ln ? the Easter
a b iiih e l v n a rt*j»ort th e n e w ailm inia- alo need of ihcs^e benefits."
with corn.
-' OMAHA
d in n in g room Feb. '23. AnoLher ;season, A rcR ular practice tlmfi
^ S u i f l w r ; *en*~J demn.l.
OMAHA. Jun., 1^1 >ri’!)-Hom R.SOO; t r a t i n n i i jn - e p « r in i( a p la n t o lu o a i
d in n e r of this type Is pbniipd f o r will be chosen d u rin g this Sun­
A ^ is u in Minority Leivder Ji\m es
hijberlo 26 lower;
sti-wiiy lo 2S I.iw<r; 118 1 ir»rf« 190-240 p r ic * » u in H )ru . S iK < iila to n w e r e a»-tlve
O ct: 26 at the sam e placf*. A s i d e 'day nioeituK.
b u j« T » in d e f e r r e d e o n tr a c t a o f mo»l D onart. D,. Washington, took n o te
IHim
iU. 17.2&-17.76; No. M 2CHW240
irra lti* .
m tgh ■ la tig h te r i t ^ r t
IH.liO.
■w nlk hnzaar-ls-belBg-piftniifdthat, t.h(» p Q v p r r ^ n r , in hi.vmes.sage.
=chnirmrn rflf~tKIs"|Ji^lICtlOirT [||
_ . ......
futile 1,000; calvw 126; flv« loaiii
lot I0» r k « t ^
CooimereiaJ and commluion 1nl«re»U httd ri*que.sttKl iu b h leRlsiatlon
J iily 21.
will ^ Mrs. K en t Lyons and Mra, I
ehoicp l.OS.'t ]|), alaujthUM’ hcitcct ortU«r«\i- bouilhl whent. Nft eiport *.le» 'utrr D o n art .said, ' i d o support whole­
T h e Rroup ag reed that t h e
in nl 25.2ft ; othi*rwl»t>
aniJ helf^ra rep‘>rtrd. l>ut ah.,ut a dAien countriej
irwrtfT' - j M . 18 ( .
iH-Ar»-^; iiiiiiltii »«!«•« cow* alK)nl aipiuiy; ■bowrd intprcit in wheat.
heartedly this endeavor.”
^
storc.s will close on the l-'iiriay
S ta V whirlwind flni.h.u>.l«y. dinner* and .-utt^r* I2.m>-U,25: inrludA bill providing that rflte.v tolLs
C o r n a d v a n c e d e a j i i u la r j r e r r f c e l in i
cvonint?
of the Ca.ssla coiiiuv f q l r
Ini: »om« l>or.l.Tlin^ cutl.>r to loiv utility a n d a n iix e d it> n iiiie rc la ! t r a d e . .Mild a n d chavKoa mode by water a n d
a n d t h e eveninR o f _Uie_p.iradc::
u U.iSi bninnre nvfUns Mockers *nJ
th e r a tM > a rm i|)- e p e n ijr a g e d fa r tn f r*
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which
are
over
30.
fnr n/'xl w«>«k'.i Ira.lp,
Jhiii
nrtihrop~100"j~Tnit~?nuu5Tr"5lT?fwri5*'
of^iitiuenb may bo Imposed coiuUy cominis-sioiHMs’ 'Jury lis t Mayo Harper.“ B la in e Robins. Ray Ing a suRKMted au to and b o a t
a<.-tlV4 deiiiA iK l.
S|K>t b a il* h e ld tlf a d y .
U tnu) H i^ b 'S F ^ iW n r J i'^ 'w ^ r '- p r ic e * .
*
lini on property Involved for 1961 cnntRimr.c 379 names Roblnson.'^T.Ioyd. Crltchfleld, /Keith doaler.s-day, D ate for tliU s h o w
^»CouDd thro, in DuPonl nu.rr
MOSCOW. J a n . 13' (iB-T«ia
C A S H G R A IN
In P ro c te r' * n tl GfcmbU
paRsert. Die house B3-1. Hep. H e r- h as been filed wiih the county Franks, John P . Marlin and Enl.s d a te will b(! announced
Inter, a c ­ cnllixi Prc.ildent Elsenhower's final
-----------------------C H I C A G O
_
C H IC A G O .
Jan.
13
(U P I)-C a a h
t E n on* In W M ttn jh o u i * a F iT
Matthews.
co rd in g to Don Duma.s, n e w ly .^taie of the union message .yester­
C K I C A G O , J a n . 13 l U P H - f U F D A ) m a n McDevltt. D., Bannock, c a s t '
fY„nk Kc.ms.
Srain
Aales.
H oC8 4 ,0 0 0 , n K x le n iie l y a c i l v a ; b u i c h e n
Prcolnct two. G lrn Tolmnn, Eu­ electcil pre.sl(lnit.
th e only duwenTinff vote.
'
W h e a l i i n e h a n B e d : N o . 1 r e d 2 13
day a "Bhllewashlng of reality.”
.-«atlon*I Bu»in«i M«hlnei mile.! mo«tly »t*a(Jy to 2j hinh^r; «>wt •i«'
i te a d y
Tlieso nanic.s will
iwcd to s e- gene Emery. A lb e rt H. Hale. jr..
o . 3 r e d t u f f -JOT**; N o . 4 y e llo w
T h o mciiiurc to require ovorD v ii^ s Matrd U^al th e .m e r li Wlnli in »
Msllti:. 4li-aW^nkt ^ niixrd No. l-M 190-12& lU. Nh ftr<l
T h e Soviet n ew s agency. In a.
3 C 6 ; N o 5 y<*llnw h a r d 2.(H •
ieci
Jurors
for
ea.'h
icm
of
th
e
Lafo
Poulton, Arnold H a r p e r . c h an tT ^’commiitee will mcei w i t h
tlm
e
pay
for
female
eniployei
w
ho
Jt/i
rwup
wh«™
LlnJI'Temco
ndtU
1ui(i*h«Ts
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work more than 40 hours a weeK district co u rt in Cas.sia rouniy f o r F ian k Speckm an, David Sovere, th e educational commlCrc of t h e po.se of jlie mes.snKe was “to rec1
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the cnsullng year. This list I.s r e - Chuck Pftyton. w illiam P. Warr, C h am b er' of C om m erc' .wn ' t o
locA j lO fl; N o . 4 y e llo w 1.0 8 ; N o. or cipht hours In any one 24-hour
^ t point la a n «Mcr flleel 'C n t U e SOO; c n h m n o n e ; h a rd ly « n o ii|r h 5l o wy e llo
onunend lo the n e w admlnlstrow .» 7 ‘ j - 9 8 ,
period wn.s introduced by R ep. qvnvcd by Sccuon 2-1101, ICA. Vcrl 8. Okflbcrr>*, Clifford W. m a k e plan.s for a "Bus;ne.w-Edu- llon to continue t h e former bank­
o f B«\y cift'An o n a n le f u r p ric# l e a l : fjew
S ?
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N aom i Stebbln.s-D.. Shashone. I t chapter 191 of the ,19M i«sslon Woodhouse and Merrill Worr.
c a tlo n day.”
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rupt policy."
l"
l.OfiO lb . a l e e r y e a r lin jis 2 5 ,5 0 ;
P arso n s
L ^ i ^ r p a n h a n d l e t r o u n d tw o in ih .would apply to those working In law.s.
. ■
T h e proiip voted to make Friday
|>Jirt Itm d jnxK i 900 )li. h ci/o r# 2 5 .0 0 ; H a m p lft KHwle e x t r a h r u v 7 w h i t e .flfi;
"In his mes.sage," the dispatch
s a m p l e Krn<le e x t r a h e a v y m i x e d 6 0 '',. an y mcchanlcal o r mercuntlle e.s0 . E, S arg en t, GeoiKe PiiUer. N ov. 24, tho official oii'.'umt! o f
Allilnn
***. & ! .
J"
fi‘w U tility u n d c d iiw n v rc iiil c o w . 14.7.V
^ - T A a n d P u roum i t h r o e In th e
R y e v m c h a n f i M '. N o , 2 p l u m v i \ 13N.
\ 6 , : . 0 ; c u iin o r a n n d c n tto r a 12.0 0 -1 5 .0 0 .
tabli.shment, laundry, hotel or re s ­
Tra C. Park, David Petersen. Edgnr M oorman. Jam Sargent, T. th e ChrlsiniM sen-son lor liici. A continued, "Elsenhower passes in,
7 ^
R M m v . iV i I n ll*
K o rB a r l e y m u l t l n H 1 .2 0 -1 .2 3 N ; f « e d .75S>i<*pp 1 0 0 ; n o t o n o u ir h a n y clo aa f o r
silence
such provocative actions
F
.
Wren,
W
illiam
P.
Sargent.
ta
u
ra
n
t,
’
telegraph
or
telephone
•W N .
s u g g estio n »as m ade lo ».* t h e
Olenn Clark, Georke A. Kolly,
i U In th« K t i i l
and
p r i r e ti- a t; pric«*a n o m in a l.
p u b lla h in g B .
Pella
S o y b e a n * tin r h f tn tr e d ; N o. 1 je lb w
establishment, or office, or by a n y Helen Anderson. DaliHa LaRae
co o p eratio n of th e Mlni.st[tlnl n s - of ills adm inistration as the. dis­
patch
of
the U2 an d the R B «
2 .4 4 N t r a c k C h l c tiK o ,.
.j,<i,*«i«<rT«)h J o h n s o n » n d J o h n n o n
Anita R andall, Charlotte Peter» s o c la tlc h In plan n in g a religions
expre.vi or transportation company •Clay and In n a D. Bailey,
son, Leo Carson, C la ra Beth Walk­ paradevslm llar to th e one litid I n spy planes Into th e confines of tho
In th e state.
r.RAIN K l’T U R E S
Almo
tfl tw o poliiU • a c h ,
H o m M ta l(o
Soviet
Union
a n d also the fact
C H IC A G O . J a n . IS (/P } _
A nother 'bill which hit Uic.
J, J. Briiesch. Richard Jones e r. Albert M. B u rn h am , D. Blaine T w in r a i ls this p a s t sep.son. T l i c that these actions by the United'
S j m fell n » ^ ‘y
H lffh
Low
C lo se P r C lote house hopper today ^otild chanRe
Epran, Thelda W a lk er, Helen But- g ro u p would like to heai from t h e
iS ^ p .
A m «ri«in T # le p h o n . e u e d *
and
Harold
K.
Ward.
W heat
f n e tl o a .
Statcsr-denounced- -by- -the-wh( ‘
^ a r ----2.10
3T«ft - t-Mm - -!;0B4i the_closcd-seasQ a-for-lltea.liLlhc- ............ .............U rW ^ ......... ........ -tars^o ro U ^y -E r-sn eo ek r-R o b ert- c h u rc h e s - o n -this- m atter,'D iin ias
world, have resu lted In 'th e aggra­
s ta te d .
S . Judd, and W oodrow Barlow.
M a y ..... 2,011'^;
sta-te's fore.sted areas to a period
2 .0U '^
2.07
2.1)7'^
NEW TOnK STOCK EXCHANGE
Vincent Tobin. James L. Barnes
vation of In ternational tension."
J u l y ......l.UOi.j
l.»8\ 1.00'-*
S pringdale
iSw YORK, Jan. 13 (UlM) - J ^ t
from June 1 to Sept, 30 each year.
Sept
1.9l\ 1.03'4 l.OI'-i The- law at ijresent sets thUiperlod and F rank Olson.
Lucille T egan, Fredrick John­
B a c k t w o pl a n s
Dw . ... I.W 4' 1,W>, l.OR'i,
61% Mont Ward
Btirley
son, Burdette Beckstrand, Orval
a t May 1 to Oct. 31. The forestry
C o rn
ael“
Mi<«
D
orr gg
B EX BU BQ , J a n . 13 lfl.- T * h e
Take Pride i n Yoor Car
( S r jj
ii NaTCajh
Rts
66
Precinct one—W. L. Belfleld, Hymas, Gladys Bowen. Donald L. m e rc h a n ts ' cammltteo of tlis R e x -1
M nr ,
1, 1;
l.lO^i
l.ll"!
l.U
a
n
d
public
lands
committee
Intro­
41^:
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*
N « D.lty
PALM BEACH, Pla,, Jan. 13 m M a y ......1.1.^=';
1 ,14%
1.16% l.H% duced tlie bill.
Geneva Jackson, H. G. Wyalt, C. Stearns, A. H. Y ast, P. D. Pace. b u rg Chamber of Commerce v o t e d '
Vi,™
10',i N « t D t e
—P resident-E lect John P, Kennedy J u l y ......] . l » - \
1 .17%
1.18-n 1.17U
W . Surrge. DeLawn Dlderlckson, R alph K.. West. Gladys M. Man- s u p p o r t yesterday lo r pending l e g - !
1,10
M7
“ m appears to hijve Investment assets DS eecp t ......, . l . i r . ^ Ji,n%
Mr.s. Charles Haight, Jay Wake, ninp. D. M. Burgess, Irvin Cray- Isla tlv e bills th a t would o u tla w '
,1 4 %
l.lfl'4 1.139i
valued at perh ap s np to Ja.tnllllon
Cy«i«nl<*
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Ella M. Anne.st, Richard Biel. th o rn , Reed B. L arso n , Steve Ost- tr a d in g stamps a n d make b a d
V ^ jjiito r i
I S ‘4 N o r T a c lfic
M a r .. . . . . « 5 'i
M'
.64«i
17'\ dollars.
S m
R
561-j N W A l r l i n f .
C
lara Bodenhamer, Wilma N. erhout.
c h e c k writing a felony Instcnd o f
:«04 Main Sou»h
.(W%
a y ___ .6 6 U
{St * T
10C»4 O h io O il
ThU w as Indtaated lust n ijh t M
S U rrh fl Ferry .
a'm'lsdem eanor.
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P
arish, George A. Nlel.son, Juan­
-66
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4i\U when It w as disclosed that K en­
i « T v J« « o
O lin M a th
Sept
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,
4
.8
7
%
75
A. L Tliorston, Jam es Ray Till­
i t a CrawXord,-Joy« Fenton, O r­
.. / i l i -----lntroduced-in-Senat«
R y#
' m nedy has converted all of his tn
■"AfSo St«l 63*4 l’«i Amer
SJM 3 (Forestry and p u b l i c ville H. Zook, Nalda Robertaon, ey, Joseph H olyoak. LaVon Priest,
M a r ......1.1*
i.i4!v; 1.1 5 % 1.16
if * S F 2<U
Pic
vestm ent over which he had con­ M
a r ...... i . n " ;
1.17S 1.10'4 l.U lan d s) — Asking congress over­ Elim beth BeaU. Harvey A, R o- Golden C. D u rfee, Bonnie Hanks,
lUasUe R t f
P«nn«y „
trol
Into
governm
ent
bonds-^fedJ
u
l
y
.....1
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0
‘a
1.20«i
1.19
12-'
A Ohio
3 2 'i P e n n K fl
h a u l motor freight rate structure Kan. Estella Helllg. Helen Rlchr ■SaralT Carson, Ernest Peterson,
S r p t .....1,23
1.21', 1.23
4T' eral, state an d municipal,
1.21^4
5JJ k HoweU 4BU Po p « i C oU
throughout nation, malting It u n i­ Delmor D eckar, Mary Elllottr-Mrs. Nellie WhltinR. Lawrence Edwin
P h i lip M o rrii
Pierre S alinger, his press secre.
TII.IIU ^. ret
n ..
*
PO RTLA N D
42''^ Phllllpji
Verne> Hymas. Bert H. Scholar. H arris and G corgene Brokenberry.
C5'..
form .
S u b le tt
P
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n
tary.
told
new
sm
en
In
response
lo
Pullmnn
U
Boelnr
SB25 (Banks a n d utllllles)-D e- Lloyd Pettygrove, Afton NeFson,
I'ure Oil
.1.) questions th a t the presldent-elect'a w lio lw a le , p r o m p t d e liv e ry , b u lk (on,
Wesley Adams an d Ellls J. POW'
Ueitn
f o b tr a c k P o r t l a n d : O ata ’, N o . 2, 8R-|b, fln ln g as public utility any Indi­ Gladys Evans, Mrs. Georgo Mitch­
tllll
61
461;, RCA
Bnofwitk
ers.
total holdings now consist of such w h ite W ,0 0 ; ( > » rn , N o , 2, y e llo w e a ile r n
2«U RaytixHin
,T7
8jffOU£hi
vidual, firm, association, district ell. Leila Hoggan. Hazel Dunn and
U n ity
321, Roy TwIjmco JH'-j bonds, plus tTie houses he owns 5 1 ,7 6 ; H a r le y , N o . 2, 46 -lb . W M tem
C«i*d* D ry
Leona
Hall.
o
r
municipality
engaged
in
d
is­
4 .5 0 .
J. A. OwlnR.s, H aryey Bilderback,
Cia Bacino 21% iUch/loW OIJ 90'V In W ashington arid at Hyonnls 4 4 T.0 o0 -4
?■
d o y '. e lia ia .
P o rtla n d
G r<aln K x- tributing electric, energy.
. Precinct two—Mrs. Anne Bands. Tra L; Frost, E lm er L r smlth, ♦V
JO-ji R«yal Dutch 3fil,4 P ort. Mass.. a n d thiee.trust, funds
J lC w e
change:
•
32% Safeway
3«
W T ra e to r
SB2S (Forestry and p u b l i c Mrs. Charles A. Terhune, Violet Naoma Zemke, Gladys Olson, A.
R
a
rJey
b
id
t
o
a
r
r
i
v
e
m
a
r
k
«
t
.
20-day
set
up
for
him
and
his
brothers
24% Rchenley
24'/j
Cikoat
Seeds,
G
ladys
W.
Helseth,
Anna
lan
d
s)
—
Authorizing
state
la
n
d
I j.' Petersen, A n n a Freymlller,
28’^ i SoA ra R /x b
and sisters by th e ir father, Joseph i h i p m e n t , d e liv e r e d c o a a t: N o . 2 , 45>lh.
towx
w e s t e r n 4.V5 0 ; N o . 2. 2 -ro w e d or 2 -row ed board, to accept land In L atali Pre.ston, A. H. Schlect, My. John
38^; Shell Oil
4fl'^i P. Kennedy.
Agnes Brady, B e rn e ll Stout, Min­
w « * tr e n 44.00.
79!n Slmomn*
47
Oa Cola
Brooks,
C
arol
QLcwart,
Mrs.
D
a­
county
a.s
addition
to
Mary
M
iner­
n ie Freymiller. N in a M. Shoddy,
W
h
e
a
t
b
id
U>
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r
r
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40
Salinger said the president­
Coir P a lm
v id C. Jensen, Hannah H, Bowen. M rs. Cecil W illiam s, Waide Bniith,
va McCroskey s ta te pork,
b u lk , 2 0 -d a y a h l p n t e n t , d e liv e r e d coaat
14
S oc M ohil
Cm Crfd
elect's
Income
from
these
trusts
S o f t W MV» 2 , l f l ; R o f l W h il* b a r d ap p l.
Sou CaJ M
■(.Wh
SJM 4 (Forestry a n d public Mrs, I. H. Harris, Jean Ynn-lng- Clifford L. Jack so n , Beatrice Rlt• We do th e work.
• Saves yo u labor.^
Coot on
- s e t up In 1928. 1M6 and 1849— 2 .1 0 ; W h ite C l u b 2 .10.
IHl* S o u P a c ific
Cbm Prod
la n d s)—Memorializing congress to ton, Helen Krleger, Rosella Ba'=. -tel, Chloey B finncr, Alice Haycock,
H a r d W h ite D a a r l : O n l l n a r y X.18.
20’^ S p e r r y
2.i am ounts o t about $100,000 annual­
‘ Cfufl S teel
r
Saves
your
back.
give Immediate attention to th e k er, Mrs. A. M. Solomon, Cleve Amma Weber, J a m e s S. Trummell,
C a r ro c e lp u :
W h e a t 68 j f l o u r 11
___
10
S t a n IJnuida
&;i ly. after taxes. T he Income before
Codahy
m ill f e e d 12.
CortiM-Wrisht 17U Stan. Oil C<U 48%
problem of raising U, S. Itnport Allen, Grstce MerllrU, Ivan E. Ly­ Ruby Huber, M a r tin M. Punk,
taxes
reportedly
Is
about
tSOO.OOO
S
a
v
e
s
y
o
u
?
$
$
$
b
y
u
s
i
n
g
y
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u
r
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w
n
CouC Airo 30^4 Stan OU ind 4H‘^
du ties on lumber and wood p ro ­ ons, Mrs. K eith Uscola, Pern B. B urton ^ la c k e y ,- Bonnie P u n k ,
K A N S A S C IT Y
Dow Oheanl 75i<, Sian Oil N J 4U a year.
K A N S A S C I T Y , J a n . 12 (ff) — W h ea t d u cts with those o l Canada.
Williams, Mrs. James J, Jnnak, Lloyd Funk, a n d Id a Nelwart.
24
Dupont
206'/* .Stan Pack
g ra in a n d h a y .
Assuming In te rest a t tho rate of 171 c a r s , U - '/ j lo w e r , N o . 2 h a r d and
View
8B27 (Counties and municipal­ W arren K . Mohrland, Shirley
art Alrl
25 8tu-Pack
about four to five per cent, the d a r k h a r d 2 .0 2 - 2 .2 4 'A . N o . S . 2.01U . itie s )—Providing th a t an elective
But Kodak 100>,i Sunrtiy OU
Feral
Weeks.
H
.
W.
Bkuer,
Vera
Wells,
Hazel
G
arrard
and
Shirley
S PAAO
30',4 Sun Min
eVa funds could have a principal value 2 .0 5 t/j. N o . 2 r e d f.0 ^ 2 ,0 6 V J . N o .
m unicipal official be a resident Easton.
McBride, R u th Goettsche, Verl
---------------------------------------------2 .0 0 -2 .0 4 >;4.
46
nra»too«
35=/* Swift
*f«Ca!l today for GIpbe'i Mobil Milling to comt
of close to 10 m illion dollars.
C o m 76 c a n . u n c h a n g e d t o 1 lo w e r. electo r and taxpayer of the city.
nntam Cp 27 Texaa Co
BS
Precinct three — Mrs. Nolan Wrigley, Phyllis Heward, Mariha
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y our own ranch,
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Tex. Instiu IfflVlt lonable G eorgetow n areo reported­
ytt« Bulpb
itie s )—Providing all elective m u­ Cooper, R . 0. Anderson, Lionel Glbby, Don C arlo s Asher, Edward
l.O fi-l.O fl'Ji.
24%
; G«i ^n«m 43, TextronO a ta l 2 c a r a , u n c h a n g e d , N o . I w h ile n icip al officers be qualified elec­
Ti. Taylor, C h arles R. Bailey, Iris
Thlokol Cp 42s^ ly Is valued a t about $100,000. The
Gm Dm
Mooso, Delos Cunningham, Katie
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Poll;
place
Is
an
addition­
71
TimJcen
R
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50*%
Oen TovSa
iAngus, Larry E. Christenson, F. W.
to rs an d taxpayers ot the city.
A . Schmidt, Gladys Park. Olen P . Q uast, Jrj. D ouglas D ull and Qer• Mllolmaire 1.75-1.80.
Oeo Uoton 43>i Trannajn Cti '
al asset.
BB29
(Barlow
and
Donart)—
K a f i r 1 .6 9 -1 .8 3 .
GUlett«
07Si Twen Ot Vot 41 r.
Johnson, M ary -E. Elliott, Orville
S alinger refused to give figures Jlye 98y*-09y4.P roviding that city councils o r
Goodrlob
531/4 Un Carbide 123
B a r l e r 9 9 » l.fl3 .
30^^ Ua OU Oal 43 on K ennedy's holdlni
Goodyear
-boaiTlo ' o r ti obteea clll(In6t ahnex
0 W Sujar 30^t Un PAclflo 29‘‘ Inoome-Tfjrllzea . irom 'the trust
te rrito ry . unless authorhed b y M cIntosh, H arry. B,. Witter, Asel -READ TIM ES-N EW S WANT ADS
B i i n 4 2 .0 0 - 4 2 .7 * .
^ytomd-*-fll^fc-Uirttr A lf L '*“3ff
S h o r ta 4 0 .0 0 -4 2 .7 6 .
electors ot that a rea and provid­ P arish, Alvin E. Nefzger, Mra. T y yTTTT W V
GiUfOU
3^?iUnltAlro
41',i, funds.
lo w e r .
Home Min 51li Unit Cp
7^^ T h e th re e tru s ts are Irrevocable, W h e a t f u t t i r e s e lo a e d
in g th a t no election Is necessary R ich ard Jack , Virginia A. Varela,
litho Power 65 Unit Fruit isai
to acquire airport sites nnd_ a p - Dewalne Jensen, Louise Talbert, t
IF YOU PLANT IT
ni Can
. 35li U S Oypflum 105 w hich m eans th e presldent-lile«t
Tw in Falls
•Eom d ; E a y tb 'l^lfn h 'e'M . Wfip rs a c h e s thereto,
IBM______ 822'A-D-S-Plywood -4fl—' hM jio-ixiirtrol"ovBrinT68tme>rl^6r
OR FEED IT
Jlama, M ary Sedam, Preston Os- •>
IntBines 47 US Rubber 49
Passed In Senate
the
principal.
His
mother
report­
^^Exeluilva for Twin Falls County, with «stobliihtd^
Int Nickel
U 8 Smelt 29
SJM 3 — Memorlalbiing Congress terhout,- Alice Mleners, Rutli Hurd, t
r ln tT A T 401^ U.S Steel
81^& edly 1» one of th e trustees.
^^ouf«»-from-Coifl«(ot<l-*o-Murtaughr
to consider unlf(?rm motor freight M rs. Rudd Elquiat, Robert O.
I A Lau 63
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urnham
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B.
Garrard,
Jaer Alum 38\fc Walgreen
^
------- nncK T Y A L L. ^J a n . 18 ( U P I ) — P o ta - Tat« te ^ la tlo n s lo help the depres___Jtait.—
— 35t r 1
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e
a
l
Madsen,
Velma
Norton,
Da­
sed
lum
ber
Industry
In
the
Pacific
t o e a : U p p e r v a l l e y , ' T w i n F a il* , B urle y
.^Kerr-McOe# Wli West Alrl
20%
v id A. Fensterm aker.'
d is tric t.
no rth w est.
t*
20 Weatt Union 43';
O f f e rin f f a m o d e r a t e :
f a i r w i r e In ­
Precinct four — Nellie Pollard,
...tt Ind m \ Wert A B
24
S J M i — Memorlalidng congress
q
u i r y : a lo w , b a .r e l7 v te a d y .
^Lodbeed
28^^ West E1«q
47\fa
G enevieve R obertson, George B.
to
Rive
Immediate
attention
tq^the
A u A M ta U S . 1 n u w t l y a U a X 1 In . o r
-ktUlinl-------- i w l W h i t e M o ^ 484t
41 o t , m i n i m u m M £ k e w t f o b m a rk e U problem ol nilsliig U, sTlm port ila ll, Robert W. MllI^_Mr«, j j i ^
Utt'Wn, Mf 72U WoolwarUi 08%
n o t r i t e A to w a a e .7 < : 10-20 p « r c e n t d u tie s on lumber and wood pro- K een. Robert Har~tzeli> Helen CofUbot Fover 32^ Zenltb
103
10 0 * . b r ( w r
d iid s-w lth 'th o sB 'o f conodar
■fey, R a l p h S a x b y , Mrs. ¥oyd
8 .M M .7 B : 8 W 0 p e r c e n t 3 .6 0 -3 .9 0 ; baker*
—
- t w e r i c a F e x c i t a n c e ----------8 JR 1 —Proposing amendment to Warwood, P earl ’ Barnes, -Maurine
10*12 o x . m i n i m u m 4 .6 0 .4 .8 0 : 6>14 01.
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K ih a e r I n d u s
‘
s
ta
te
constitution
to
eliminate
14)%
S tie n . Dale Munson, William FlshM ONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Jan. 4 .4 0 ; i m a l l « I m l o w a t 3 .9 0 ; U S 2 4 01,
|atk« Hill 1114 Sherw Wll ]U
13 (B —T h e U ruguayan govern­ m in i m u m 2 .0 & * 2 .2 0 : A o k m in i m u m 2.15. p re s e n t ban on citizenship rights ex,. ThQmas-B.-Smith,-Ruten'8tcrEWB t 8 •i8S4
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15
f
................ -fo rlje rso n i o r M o n ^ ia n SescenC k er, M. E. Bair, OrJce Fowler,
UdaUin
10% U U h________
I d a Suff
B%. m ent has o rd ered , th e Cubaii am- 2.W.
-ic ea t o B - r o w e n : B u lk c w t. a t
S B 1 4 -^ a k ln g monthly, rather P erry T ro u t, Shirley Povljen,
bliMador a n d th e s o v le f i embas­ g r oP wa cekrei 'r jnceU
aim
t o b« w aa h ed U 8
W VESTM TOT T R U ST S
th a n quarterly comparisons, the B laine pTrd, Joyce Rucker, Clyde
Located 5 m iles weat of Jerom e, Idaho, on the new hig h w ay and
m ile north or
sy's ./Irst secretary o u t of tlie coun­ m o s t ly a iM A 2 i n . o r 4 o>. m in im i
b asis lo r extension ol unemploy­ H anks, E a rl Reynolds, Myron P.
2 miles n o r t h of the Appleton School on:__________ __
{JiaiiUd F u n d i --------------- ^Ifia
try, charging they were connected 2 . 7 W J « J U S 1 L 2 6 - 1 .6 0 .
m
e
n
t
benefit
periods.
^
and H o w ard B a l — 1 1 .8 5
12.B 5 w ith
pro-C astro demonstrations
H arris. La u r a P. Falk, O rvlo EasC H IC A G O
W W ao<l H o w a r d S to ck ..> 12.54
1 3 .4 0
--------- ---- a.55 0,24 an d stree t lig h ts,
? H I C A C Q , - J A n _ l J - 4 - U P | ) — p o ta lo e a
P l^^ldffld ■„........
?>.«4.__jjijl. — 'E ho-expulstonnsraer' wal voted ( o ld a n d n e w ) • T o t a l U . S . aKivm^trvU a tr e a ty between Canoda and the m ow . Jesse 'W. Anderion and Lew­
661 (o ld ) a r r i v a l s 7 7 ; tr a c k 14)6: aup. U ^ te jl States providing (prprompt
■"I’l'I
t ecriC
^ teT
;.’T n c o m e T•.T
6.01 6.41
i s Woodolh...........
H‘tl. Block S e r i w ____ ____ R .U
«.90 Just n ig h t b y . U ruguay's o-mon p lle e m o d e r a t e ; d e m a n d j o o d ; ' m a riie l construction of iJb b y dam.
n tm tn F u n d ........... ............... 14.87
'Wayne Porrey',.LylB M. Johnson.
Ifi.lO^ governing council, which reported­ i t e a d y .
Introduced in House
7 .M
y W * te n E le ? tr m ie * _____
8.C7 ly Is split 6-4 ag a in st an. outright . T r a c k a a le e ( 1 0 0 l b . , U S l A u n le a i
LUNCH ON GROUNDS BY; Aonleton Gr
SALE T IM E : 12:30 P.M.
HB34 (Stote aflalrs) — Amend- B e tty K arlson, Allred WoolstenJ»}w
Incom e ................ 6.S3
fi.81 b reak J n diplom atic relations with o lb e r w la o B \a U ) t I d a h o ru sa e ta 6,0t)-B.20:
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lm erH erbertrT rFallcrJiircrottb a k * i» -« i7 * -f - M < n T ie a o ^ * N o r tb - I> a k o ta Red I n g 'l a a o 's electflcdrcoSe by re'imton* lia
. 16.14
1C.62 P rh n e M inister P ldel Castro's r e - ' r i v e r v a lle y r o u n d r e d s 2.60-2.70.
re
y
..
E
thel
Connell,
-Ed
Boswell.
^
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k
n
n r
jtmiOM B4
S t r e e t a a l e e t I d a h o ru a a e U 5 .2 W .6 0 . p la cln g the 1053 national electri­
ft.SO
lO .lS gtoie.
Kmumi Kl
b a k e r a 6 . 2 5 ^ , 5 0 ; M L n n e * o U > N o rth D a k o ta cal code with the 1059 edition and
8.87 0 .6 8
-The dfifil.slnn. dpnlarlnjr n uban R e d r i v e r T t l l e y r o u n d re d a 8 .IO.4 . I 6 ;
K niton. K2
. Kelley,
revising rest of Id ah o act to con­ “
FANEY-noIsteln cow due March 15 with 3rd
-«entCJi#-5!r
ADA—A yrshire cow lyas fresh Jlo v em b er 2 i with
. 11.03 13.02 Ambassador M ario Qarcla In- W la e o n a in n t a a e U 3.76-4.35 5 F lo rid a
C arso n , J o h n Harding, Raymond
fo rm to 1060 edition.
XmiflD. S3 >...
. 18.48 14.72 chaustegul a n d ^Soviet Ptrst Sec­ r o u n d r e d a ( £ 0 I b a . ) 2 .7 6 .
calf, giving 2 5 lbs,'now
2nd coif, g iv in g 50 Ibi.'now
a
.
Hull
an d Lester E. Trout.
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H B 35 (State affairs)—Repeal­
BLACKIB-Holsteln
cow, wlU fresh e n May IJ,
BOBBY—H
o
lstein
cow
was
fresh
P
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c
e
m
b
e
r
31
reto
ry
M
lhall
K
,
Samllov
persona
Cwidian I'und
m o d e r a t e ; d e m a n d a lo w : m a r k e t d u ll.
Prcoln(!t five-M ra. D. 0. Full­
. W-aS
UM
ing
1960
low
requiring
secretory
has 3 Clives b y side, 5 gallons'now
with 3rd calT, giving 67 lbs. now
T r a c k e a l e e : N o n e re p o r te d .
non grata, brought still another
m e r, Leland C. Hunter, Loren W.
of
stateto
publish
a
candidate's
3
Holstein
springer
heifers,
be fre s h to April,
S
t
r
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e
t
a
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e
a
:
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a
h
o
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s
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n
ye
llow
^
W OOL
ELLIE—H
o
lstein
cow
iprlnger,
bg
f
r
e
s
h
March
dem onstration by adm irers' of
A sh craft, B ernlco McBride, John
S p a n is h l a n r e 2 .2 5 -2 .S fi, w h ite m e d iu m
Yo r k . J a n . 1.1 ( ^ > ) - W o o l f u .
vaccinated a n d tottooed
16 with 4th c a ll
C astro. A crow d of about 4,000 2 .8 0 ; C o lo ra d o y e l l o w S p a n is h f e n r e 2.25, pam p h let.
T
.
Craner,
Parland
Jones,
Hoyd
3
Holstein
heifers,
16
months
old a n d open ■
HB38 (Stoto affairs) - Miking
FRANK—H o lstein cow, will be I r e a h F ebruorj
“ " t j U U H i U n y l u . U l : J u ly 1 1 3 ,1 ; g athered In Montevideo's streets, w h i l e l a r j e 3.0£y-8.25, m e d iu m 2 .2 ^ 2 .6 0 :
Overm iller, H aro ld 'D ean , Eugene
B-Holsteln-colves-on h a y and-feed--------------- —
15 with 4th c a lf
■ .- ,________ ,_________ —
ro«l m e d i u m
2.40 j M ld w M t tax collector responsible (or col­
D « . lU .T D j M a r ^ h 1 1 6 ,4 B ; shouting "C uba yesl Yankees nol" M ic h ig a n
P
ric
e
,
Irene
o
.
Thornburg,
L,
,0.
r e d m e d iu m 2 .4 0 ; M id w e a t y e llo w globe lectio n s of M license fee for tour­
3 Whlteface 6alves
BONIS—H o lstein cow will be f r e i ^ in July,
A force of liSOO police wearing m e d iu m J I n d i a n ^ M i e h i g a n 1 .2 5 - L 8 5 :
C m llle aiH wool t p o f n i . » A .
T a y lo r, Enid M, Hoffbuhr, Helena
15-mbnth-old H olstein herd bull . —
giving 60-lbs. now, coming with
c a ll
k rse:
I lH n o ia - I n d ia n a - ist a n d publicity an d changing the
cloeed .8 to .6 o t a - steel,j[jelm et3 prevented any vlo-, I liip o ia . t l 6 :
K erb el, M arian Davis, Jnnlce
WHITETf—H o lstein cow will be f r e s h J u n e 3a ALL COWS A R E VACCINATED A N D TAT.
M ic h ig a n L 5 0 . L 7 6 ; M e x ic o w h ^ ta m e- collection date from March 16 to
lence'. '•
uJ.M
d iu m 2 .6 0 .
T
lio
rn
to
n
,
D
.
Jean
Huokabee,
Mrs.
TOOEDAND SOUND.
with 2nd c a lf , giving 35 lbs, now
A pril 16. Fee Is now collected by
»Pol wool t o p . 148.9A.
Tho governing council acted aft->
JAN—Holstein cow milking SO Iba. now , due
d ep a rtm en t ol commerce and de­ B ru c e Johnson, P e r n Gochnour,
'(B -B ldj N -N o m ln a l; A .A a k e d )
e r police storm ed Into communist T h e f o llo w ln *P U fTu Ut unr eE*S q u tjU ti o n s a ra
J
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l
i
a
Jan
e
Kennlngton,
Ruth
Ourwith
2nd
c
a
lf
April
IS
velopm ent.
-EICKUP-TRUCK
h eadquarters h e r e Wednesday, p r o v i d e b y E . W . M c R o b e rU a n d co ra .
D INA -H olateln -co w -B lv ln il-ai-lb g .—now7-<lue
HB37 (Burt) — Permitting state t l s , Q, D. Reardon, Wendell A,
a n d arrested 130 persons and p a n y . T w in F a l l a .
March 20 w ith 2nd calf
“M B O TellrBH B aro Hchodde, Betty
1058 In ternational 14-ton pickup w ith itock
'elective
oTflclols
to
live
within
Ada
Tdtho
Potatou
MIzetraociupeBjE^
rack
N o tr a d i n g .
county. Now required to live with. J . Jensen, I n a £ , Starley, Mildred
OHlclals said tho raid was on
H alnt Potatoea
B u ttn rs, Ronllda Anderson, LoIn B oise city limits.
H ig h
Low
C lo ie
a Judge's order to arrest persons
■Vonda
Thompson,
William
OInr
H JR 3 (atate affairs) - Ratify­
J a n u a r y — ........................2 .3 9
2.86
2.30
1D50 Ferguson D iesel No. 39 tractor i n A -l'sh a p e,
who beat a n antl-O astro partisan M a r c h .................................. 2 .3 8
2.87
2.37 ing proposed amendment to U.S. e n c e H att, Voda Boydi On W.
used very little
R i p i K G HORSE
to death In fro n t of th e headquar­ A p r i l --------- ------- --------.2 .4 8
2.46
2.47
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t
Fillmore,
John
U
constitution
granting
electoral
col­
1055 Ford No. 700 series troctor In t o p s h a p e
iin»^ J “Pan reports Ita Invlta- ters. So fa r no one has been M a y ....................................... 2 . 5 a
2.58
2.68
B ro g , Clarence Moyer, Mrs, Hod3-year-oId, a ll w hite tn color, h alf W e lch and
N o v e m b e r , 2 .2 7 b i d . 2 ,» 0 u k e d : n o n l e a lege representation to District ol
J05? VAO Gose tractor with good t i r e s a n d In
tliit i?
Elsenhower to charged w ith th e death.
n e y croft, B arbara .L. Hardwick,
half S h e tla n d pony, Saddle a n d bridle
godd s h a p e . (All'tritctors tr a w lnterlced.)
>
>
«for the middle
C olum bia. .
“ Oat Oclubcr.
H B38 (Forestry an d public londs) 'V ivian Pace, Carolyn S. Holland,
»wk
“inoimced lust
—C hanges closed f h ^ seasons In 'W . L. Keller, G arnet Taylor, Jaye
I S ‘‘ P‘“”ncd toInvite th» Presstate, forest, oreos to June l-8ept; L . MIohoIs, D onald W. Heold ancl
t-v lslt-som o-tlm eirrthe “ ~Two-mutunl-fund»-<llvldon(l«-oro
—F ro n t-a n d -b a o k .^ u ltlv a to tjo r...^ il-Nelma-McOardollr"----------- ---■ s T ffo ffT M S ^ T O c ra r
Beet and bean cultivator for M asaey-rerguson' 4-unlt Detaval milker with 3 bucketaTcompleir
he leave, o til c The a n n o u n c e d b y ' E . W . M c R o b e r t s
P resln ct six—Gladys A, Thomp'
CUlCApO
HB30 (Stebblns) — Ilequlres I'A
An extra 3-unlt DeLival pump
'
CHIOAGO. Jan. H (UPI) - Chee«i time p ay for women who work s o n , Bethel Clegg, E t h e l W.
Coboy fl-ft. ta n d e m dlso with 3-potat h i t c h
enti lerm ends Ja n . 20.
a n d c o m p a n y . T w in ra ils .
Single
dalilea
iM
iV*:
longhorna
44U*
-X a s o 3-pohit‘.h it c h plow
, —
P u n d a irie n ta l
in v e s to n i,
I n o .,
a eia M iiu i .</):lmnncgJBKtgnRimie«. ;H fa« * lir.fiw J« » a.’ r<;hMlBy,- vMarot c S i f ' “
Pf«W »nt
E
x
tra
Form'M
M
^^^SuSet
-■l-sectlon-eprtas^^ooW
PJw
rinp^rt^g.pota
hltoh
.and his wlll'ip»r w W !Wtg°PW'TtnOT-BCCurth a n eig h t hours In any one Di- B u e rlte Miller, David Bowen, Aii'
■ IMO Ford hay b a l e r . ’
lfl,rlO-gallon m lllc cans
: -—
—
Butter 1,142,000 lbe.$ atetdy: 9 8 tcort
I t y p r o f i t s d l s t r i b u t l o ; ! J a n . 31 to
d r e y Tilley, R u th Davla, Howord
MlsUI
''y
T-33 milk.cooler- with.Jront entrance.-e-can60: 02 loort 601 00 nor« 6»>4t 89 acore h o u r period .
_ F o r d 7-ft. m o w er w ith 3-polnt hitch
s h a r c h o y e r a _ o f ^ re c o t!t_ D e c ,_ 3 0 ,
-rH
B 40-(A grlculture)—Gives state B a t o e , - D 0 n n ft-Ac»lturrl,-" Mrs,
68U-;-"e*rJot»x~W^ioor#“
69%|"88
*cot<
Cream
leporatbr,
strainers,
etc.
New
Idea
7-fo
o
t
mower
UIij,
®'elis. tho usoclation D i v e r s i f i e d G r o w t h B t o c k B i n d ,
ag ricu ltu re d ep k tm en t oddltlonol L e o n a rd K ing, Paul Jokumsen,
John Deere sid e r ake _______ ;__________'
I n a r -w lll-p fty -S I-c e n U -p e t-th a ra
pav;M.to-ln»pcot-wolBhtt-iind-mtt». x a iv e -E lm tr.-M M lorle-Blrch.-liu.
..W^ -ntUed—4<wrg»-eatra»—
= JohifD eere-13^oIe-K raln-drlllr:t7eB TST)lil— ~
■ JI^I^ 31~ to^h^ ^lhoIdem !^^^ cora ■wirai
c l n a Rorasey, M auds Verburj, Lm
m e d lu m e a 8 U r * t « n < l a r d e ft4Ui d lr tle a
John Deere b e e t an d beon planter
Approxlmitely .6 0 tons of 2nd and
HB41 (Counties «nd inunlolpol- B il l, Don S m ith , Carl LeaUe, For­
88; eheelie aiw.
D eo , 30.
20-foot baled h a y pller with motor ;
Itles) — Inserts » words omitted e s t Smedley, Calvin Hodge, Lewis
aa-foot hay p lle r w ith motor
Approxhnafely 10 0 bolks of slrow
from iggo house bill relotln; to S le ig h t, Dorl« Olbson, Holiert
IHO 7-foot tan d em .d isc, pull type
consolidation of. munlclpol cor­ G r e e n , Luolllo Snow, Rex Maildin,
H M .ailp
■ .............
M is c e lla n e o u s
porations,
'
iCS'ODAle, J„n. 13 - Prcct
T l-u m o n M oultrie, Albert Lee, Mrs,
Wood lloat
HB42
(Eduojtloti)—Frovld(a
for
S o t o f kld iiw ln g a, 3 m d Itnows, f o ik » , ahoveto,
T o m .G utr, o a r l Jones, Mrs, OerRubber-tired w a g o n and rack
,
«*diiclM n ?' “'0 blslioprlo,
CQUU
re-cInssUlcotlon of class D and a l d Wyant, ca rm en praper, Dcnn
panela and m a n y other miscellaneous Itenu.
^NOTEi All. Ihia maobUlei^; If p raeilcaU y new
LIVEBTOCft
Ktrica Ri,i I “
snoiomont
iIWHi.O j-oorganlzed jahool-dlJlrlots y o u n g , Lurlino Mclner, Mrs, R,
^l|].tO«!4.BO Ecii lo trftd«« krg«'.
..9H.00-2S.00
q
r
a
I'
n
W
class
A
school
districts,
in
*!*''> by LuAirn powora.
D a l e Olnrk a n d Don«W B . Dandy,
Can&ert «nd Gutter*
%u
' c a s h exoepi on Jarga IKmi a n d flnanotai ,
HB43 (Molynooux) — Authorltej
Woodlnnil nnd n u iti________________ —
Derley <
•fl.lW.M
D h Io
c a n be v n n f c ^ prior (o ulet S m Aaoiloneer
a.oo*i.to county commissioners (0 . liiue
--------OaU
H e le n D. Wood, Marjorie NiivfnyM Sf°'‘ '"<■'!
*!»»'<“ »• V*al
...tu.oo.is.oo U i i e d G r t l n ................................... ..ll.8S-t.00 county property.
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Wmin,
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m
b
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rVancli
'Hlgglna,
J
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t,.
We<
Ohoiee butoherl, 1BO*220 Ibe.....tiB.IO«17.DO
(r^or dealer* quoted)
r u i e i l In Ilouie
Vmi,
rrnult RaMiUlwcn. Heavy hutrhire _
j -----i'SS
HBO-.provl(les tlmt rates, tolls' v e n s , iW ank Bagby, Jaok B, Ad­
LIVE POULTUT
’ "Ircolcdjny B»yifioncl Iil4ht itfWi ..... II • —
(Oetlira not quoted) ■
«nd 'ch arg es mode by' wjvter, ond a m s , Joe PrM toii, Tlioihas J, BlilpU«avy
fowi
,
tljil,
. by MrS'
sower dIstrloM whlph.ore over 30 l e y . 'K d Behwaegler,'Jfiok'Olliun^
(On* dealer auot«4)
BBAIfl
day* delinquent iiiay b« imposid U orJaln, Jim B, K ltt, June BohmWl,
“'wlliiK wiui h e ld u tte r
A U C T I O N E E I l : IIiiro ld 'K IiiM
,.|8.W-«.00
No. 1 Smell Rede
«» , » lie n on property lilvolved, J o n e t Blmplot, .E«rl IIonMil,
llie hom» ,ol Mr. No. I ......................... .............(l.lH.fO 1^0, 1 O ^ t Northemi .....
4>.» J3-1.
U u ra t^ S d W a r d Drown, Jve^
(No. t'i^ H «e&U Um)
“^AllicrH'lllmor..
(Ont d*il« Qucltd)
*
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Juror’s List
TlepoHccrfoP
Cassia Areas
Demo’s Value
Eigupe Noted
At 10 MiUibn
il'i
3.MINUTE
CAR WASH
Legislative Log
t
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? Let Globe's Mobile Feed Unit
Make Your Lamb Creep Feed
Right A t Your Lambing Sheds! ^
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SH EE PM E N !
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PHONE
RE 3-1 37 3
(iii
Potalbes-Onions
GLOBE SEED
tJ n ^ a y lje ts
Rid of Cuban,
Russ Envoys
IVIONDAY, JANUARY
an Vi.<iif.
^etNextOctober^
3-TRACTOR5-3
Dividends Noted Butter and Eggs
Machinery
Miikiiiq Equipment
-Feed-
fengdale LDS
i r d Has Meet
!
1 6
Twin Falls Markets
,
¥
PAOE'TWELVB
TIMES-NEWS, TWIN FALL^, IDAHO
iWANT-AD RATES
(A mlaimnm of 10 wordi b
.
. quirtd i|i„«n7 oat elkiiifled «d)
' For
ic*'UBU' ' ' "
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p e r w o rd p « r d » y
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,^ 3 o p e d w o rd p e r d t y
( Q u o d o n c « » i-p j|r- w o rd t
•
S PE C IA L N OTICES
—
r u t t K i t — i r j t u s i r —p ro -tT jcu :— q m i i r
U v ery . R K !U!.r.4S or UK
W A T K IN S p r o d u e u .
i ’a u l C . U n t f e ,
■ ■ lS 7 'i K l i u l x t h . p h o n « R C S-6 0 i8 . Uur& l
d e « la r .
^ H E t? W A N T E D ^ M A L r
WANTED j A man for Irrigating, faroo*
Inx and cattle feeding. Modern bomt.
Box 17*E, e/o Time»»Nfwe.
WANTED flrit elaaa .aulo'body metaJ
man. Permanent job for flnt olau
man. Pali AM 4-4723. Ely. Hevada.
W A N T K D - a l l - a r o u i x t - f a r i i v - b a n d —w i t h
^ a l i ; family to « t a r t the n i l d ^ « '" o f
c/o -'nme
GENERAL farmhand. Married. 2 bedroom home. Y n r round work. Tlel[ erencei. Write Bo* 12-E. e/o Tlm^
News.
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e w i,.________________ _____________________
CUNTIlACr TIIUCKMKN mak. I I I ’.,
----- T -ttiilrr —f y rn ltfw ^ T — 1#—o v e r— £2— w r i t e
U a y f lo w « r . U o i
1 0 1 , I n d U n a p o lU 6 .
I n d ia n .^ ___________f _ _________
Market Place
of
-T-QILEARNINGS-
and
Blacksml thing Shop
s2 ll
PONTIAC-CADILLAO-OMO
F v rin « rl)f
by U .
S lw U
■ m ith a t Ktiii>>orIy, w ill c o n tin u e in
oi»cn>te u i id c f t h e m » 'n p n cin e n ^ o f
BENEATH THIS PAWNER ARE THE WORLDS BEST BARGAINS
RE 3 -0 9 3 1
M a Q ic -V Q ile v
U N F U R N IS H E D H O U S E S
•i U E D R O O M
h o m e . . Ctoi* in .
in q u ir e
44 4 3 rd A v e n u e ,N o r t h . Call R E 3-«© 0ff
__________ __________________ Ih eip - - O n e m i l e
i n c o u n tr y . P b o n e R E *-87>3.
3 6 0 N O R T H W a a h in g to n . ^ b e d r o o m . |6 6
m o n th .
0
ilXPEIllKNCl-U) Irrlifator and general
Aandynian for & monlha seaaonal work MODERN 2 bedroom home, oil furnace
on ■mall *eed form. Apply- In own heat, on «th Avenue East. Inquire L36
20 YKAUa appliance lervlce «xp«rleace.
handwriting glvinif experience and
ttth Avenue North or Piione RE .VHIOS.
R a d io ,- t e l c v l i l o n
r c p il r . a n y m ake.
age. e/o Tinie»-Ncws, llox 2-F.
I 'bedrc
droom home. 117x140 foot lot.
- P f w m p l fr« rv lc « g u a r a n te e d .
l ‘h o n«
Uaaement, modem elsetrlc kitcben.
RE 3-20U.
Phone RE 3-6&71.
'C " "
1H0MES
FOR SALE
K oiTsIEFbT^ wner: 2 bedroom brick
with 3rd bedroom In basement, attache«i garagf, fenced yard. Phone RE
S^THBrTlI'nier AveniirWSt;--------FOR SALE: 4 rooms and bath. $3000
In terms. DA 6-4362. 617 6th Strret.
Filer.
4 KOOM—One bedroom houie. Basement
On a 60x1^5 corner lot in Hanaen.
Phone KE r^2621.
TOWN, property la Jerome. (»ood loca­
tion. Will trade ror Twin Falls proper­
ty. Phone RE
new 3 bedroom brick. Only 112,600.
Phone RE a-CS79.
Trade for paper or home in Pocatello.
NICE ^ l>edrooni home, Kull baaem^nT UE .VS217. Aee Really
with utility/ 2Vi acres. Cloae In. Will
2-l».lr™ni home with small
rent 4 to fi months. I‘Wn» RE 3-«Hl7. MOUKllN
newly decorated house at rvar.' (ftOO
H O M E S FOR SALE
HOUSE 26xiH feel lo be moved from
farm. 4 room and im&ll bath. tHOO
touivalent in trade. Call TU 6-7552.'
NEW i bedroom brick, birch buill-ina,
carpeting and many other features
Di«count^i 11.800. Call RE 8-5SS7.
LOVELY 3-t>edroom home, carpeting
and drapes. Falla avenuo west.
TraTwferred. muat sell. Call RE 38Q97 after 6
______
KUU SALE by owner: Cinder )lock
duplex. Excellent »enUl property al
a bargain for quick lale. Immediate
>7 000. phf>n» PV.
P.>aveyTaber Cn.
WILL CONSIDER TRADE aa down pay­
ment on this almost new S-bedroom
brick home for car or pickup. Priced
low St 112.-^50. Frontier Realty. RE 3-
fir^iill ,sfilps^^nrf ..fyrfflloat.
rouple only. 126 per monllu Phone RE S-OORO. IxK-ated In J e n itiie .
pay.scalc. Sales ofptrlence es«
■TArK- fiTRTTTJSMTXH
Buy of the ye»r. split level two year
■V^144. SRI frilrr.
home on faila lii*t.“with'‘.j Acre"
senllal. Seo J o h n ChrlslofferFURNISHED or uufumlilved. 2 be<lrt-.n. brand new 3-bMlroom hiicnet. G. I. 'old
Ilrick and l>e!autiful liding, large
house. Natural g«a. Just remodele<i. financing available to eligible (i. I. lot.
ln<U>w». r«»riipletely fini»he<l lower
sen—
Nearly completed — Art now and J>e w
Phone RK .V70.1J.
level, fireplace. tlW floor and
ready to move in when tniintlng is J* draprs,
2 iliCDROOM modern iume in Flier.
a CUT garage. Modern EleeAUCTION
Piulure and garden space, EA 4-4414. fomptetfd. Phone RE -1-*’.S<n.
trir Kitchen. I.J»rge dining room with
FOR SAlJ:^ or tra<l6: D> owner, newer sliding gla.a lioor lo Upi»er Patlo.
C-A-R-L-E-S-O-N ’-S Jerome
CLEAN modern 2 bedroom home wiO> .model 3 bedroom home. Wall to wail Living r«»om has J^iall to wall carpet­
earpet, itorm doors and windows, ing. fireplace, drapes. 3 large car» PONTIAC-CADILLAC-OMO
additional aleeping porch. Well water.
dishwasher, dla^roiai, play room. Extra peU-d bedrooms. 2. baths.
Baturday, Jan u ary H lh, 12:00 * '
.North Rlue Ukes. Phon* RE .V4710.
601 M a in E a s t_____
large double garage. Fenced yard.
FOR RENT ijTrwIn Kalli with option to Trade for older 2 or 3 bedroom home.
noon. Fiirnlturo and other ar­
P R I C E $ 2 7 ,0 0 0
buy 3 year old. 3 bedroom home. Phone
Call RE 3-J028 or RE 3-6U0
EA’ 4»2913, Jerome._____
OWNER transferred —Choice northeaat
P H O N E R E 3 -9 0 8 3
ticles of value.'
3-RFSROOM nKKlern. 2 baths, double location, close lo high scho<jl and ahop.
garage. Stoker heal. LocaLed at 202
ping center. 'Exceptionally nice :iCA R a n d T R U C K
7th Avenue EasL Mr*. Eva I.^rios.
bedroom brick rambler. 4 yeiira old
T W IN FALLS
Full basement, carpeting, drapes, beau­
3 llKDiiUOM brick home (o rent. Almost
tiful built'ln planter and gliias-toppwl
SALESM EN
I ’V E G O T A S E C R E T
new, hlrch kitchen shd many other
snack l»aT. Tile l»ath. Plenty of rloNel
F U R N IT U R E EX C H A N G E
fine featurei^. |D5 per month. Phone apace. Call for appointment. RE 3-DUl)l. To lell somebody who wants to buy
Excellent oirportunlty, for yuiing ag*
FfDntler
ReaUy,
RK
3.S0J).
Lynwort<i
Houlevard.
this sttractive 2-bedroom home. 2
KrM<lve aalnmen. Top earnlnut with
32 0 2 n d A v e n u e S o u th
ii'Oit RfclNT complete dupUx, each one COUNTRY LIVIN* al ils beet con i*e hathi, full banement, carpeted living
tepuuble dnaler«hlp. Apply In perbedroom, 176-177'Lenori Newly redec­ yours when you buy this beautiful :i- room and spnclous kllfhen. Lowulown
•oo. Ask for Ik>b Emberton.
payment
and—1 can't lell ypu^iore
orated. ISO month eaeb. Peavey-Taber bedroom home. Has many feoturea in­
Co,
cluding fireplace. 2 baths, hardwwxl nr I won't have a secret. Price
PER SO N A LS
floortT-bnilt In oven and range. Large •|U;OOOi- - -................. - - • - COUNTRT home, completely mo*iern.
fsmlly area. 2 rar garage, and spacious
N V t H A V F . « p r iv B tf rm in i lo r o ( ip
1' V mile from town. 2 be<|ro<mi, nuxiBOB REESE
w cininn. I’hi> nr U K
ern wanhing facilities, him'with work­ yard. Northeast of town. Total price,
H A M L E T T REALTY
shop. chicken abed, small pasture. $66 only 110,SOU. (^ 1 lermi ean be
llA J t K K H S f o r y o u r li»vc<l «ino'» irrav c .
range<i. Frontier Realty. RK .%.1041
monthly. Phone RE 3-4710.
a i low a« |(> d o w n . Jelllfw in M o n u m e n t
MOTOR GO.
C o.. 4.tr. M a in A v c n iip ^>»t■
C U L L K C T U H w U i |Miy to p p r lc a fu r v o id
c o in * . W r lt o llo x 33B. K e tc h u m , I d a h o ,
f o r a n a p p r a iiw l.
D E T E C T IV K H a v n lla b U f o r
A c r D e t c c l l v « tio r v lc f , IIB
a ll
600 Block 2 n d Ave. Soulh
nm U .
U oa
MA(<E O R
87-j.
A L C O I l O U C a .A N O N V M O U a . f o r ( u r Vh»r in f o r m f t U o n , H E 1»4030 o r K B 6k t.U ie > T b K E U tip flD c er C o r ii U t r « U u rit
g a r m e n t , b r a i , R u r g le a l ■ n p p o r ti. L y ile
G a r d n e r . U K 3-7UU1, S&2 U lh Av«. K a«l.
C H IR O P R A C T O R S
K E R V E B p w l » i l i t . D r . A lm a U a r d la . ISO
tf a l D N o rU ) . R B 8-4741.
iJ
B E A U T Y SH O PS
C O M P L E ’l’B b e a u t y # o rv lce by aiivance<l
• t u d e n l a ' a t r w lu c e d p r lr c a . I 'r r t iia n e n ta
------| 3 , t - n e a u l 3 r - A n a A c a ilc m y , 136 M a in
A v e n u e W ««t.
U K MVM2.
i l A l U C l J 'l T I N l I , h » l r , . l y l l n n , tin t ln e .
r e r m ik n o n la f m m IB. A r l i i t l o ilcotily
S a lo n , 136 M a la A v e n u e W e il.
K b'
S -1 0 4 L
1
l!lL K N A '8 < J o n e * c y ) H e a u ty S a lo n , K.»p e r t o p e r a t o r s . U v e n in s a by n p p o ln liiient<
P t h A v e n u e K o it, p h u n e U E
..i;
B E O U L A R tR.&O p o r m a n r n l w av e , |f.OO .
A i k f o r M ercBO ( ir c e n W ed m ^ iln y a ,
T h u r s d a y ! a n d H a tu n ln y n . Idnhii Uar>
b e r a n d U e ftu ty S h o p , 1(1C a>12HAt.
LO ST A N D F O U N b
L o s t : S lam c M c a t.
I f f o u n d r e tu r n t o
820 W a l n u t . P h o n e U R !U6in4.
llK W A H D ^
l< o a t p la in g o ld w etld lna
b a n d . l a K r l b e d 11. W , to L A . • 11)01.
P h o n e J e r o m e K A 4 -4185, KA 4 -8 0 U .
t u S T t A w h i t ^ f u r h a t w ith b an d o f
f u r t r i m A nd r h ln e e to n e p in . L ab e l
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• sSoo no n i . ivr<
U K o*iir<u.
3.fi7 7 0 . ‘
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V o U N U : U ta h o lj
(o r tlB p e r to n
•. j
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. ijj;
u e a t e d ito k e r ila e k
d e liv e r e d , a t In ter*
U4W1UU
L o s i 'i - M a l ® S la m « e « c « lr .i> ro w n - a n d - t* n 7
b u b e ll a r o u n d h i t n e c k . A n iv r e n to
s a m e c i " T in k e r .” lU w a rd . Phone H E
»-7108.
PARTIALLY FUnNISHED
Small t 4 f>om imfurnlihed house
with com ^te bath, oil heat and
completely \edecorated. |3S per
month. Adulta.
FEMALE
HELP W A N T E D
p h o n e ;, r e 3-Q232
WAN'l'hlJ; Civic niindcti periun having
cuiiflclenre and r«ntp6ct "of Dualneiir
iMitpIc lo ntoke crc<lit Invntlgatlons
f<»r Twin KalU area. Work is part- W A N T E D T O RENT, L E A S E
time on fee banlB. WrlUi Dnn and
home within driving dintance
linulslrrol. Inc. 1*.0. Box XIUU. Salt COUNTRY
of Twin Falla. Call RG }-5720 after 6
Lake Cllyr' lUah.
WOULD LIKE to leass or leuuie with
SALES tI E L P W A N TED
option to buy medium ilied farm. Have
e<|uipment and finanm. Write D.
EA.SY I'U LKAIIN. IJ bIiI work (i
part lltrie. Averaue J'i j»er iMiur, Wrll^ Mlllor, H5l North Re<lw(K).l Road. Salt
The W. T. Uuwlcij^ Conijwny, Dopt. I..ake City or phone El>9-Hfl4].
ll>A-;l7:i-17W.'Dcnv«r, CoiornH.i,
VVAN'l'hl): r4Xporit*ncril iiiantiitor for m i s c e l l a n e o u s FOR R E N T
uitml car dealership handing all RM J KOUU busincu offlei on Sboabona
can. Excellent ;>uy scale Iwllh good Eaat. StalU for parkinc eara. ln(or«
8»182D.
Bch«M>ls and hospllul. Opirartunity for matlow call
advancement. Write Uox 20-E. c/o MOOSE- HALL. PartiH, rsesptloBa. club
Tlmrft-Now* on or Wfore January UK meetlofi, dances, flanqueta aerved.
RE 3-6082 or RE 8-872«.
B U SIN ESS O P P O R T U N IT IE S TAULES and cbalra tor til occoaiona.
Intermountaia Fuel Cq. Pbona RE tNICK Hnmll niolol' In Twin FalU. Trade
6621.
ron«I.Ureil, Are Roiilty. UK H-&217.___
UUidlNK.SS fnintage for leaie. Photte FOR RENT: 17“ or 21" lilevlsion aeU
RE 3.6442. Twin Kalli.
by weak or month; rssioaable rmtaa.
iJiiiALEK WANTED : Uloco il.tlon, W«*t Factory Radio< 420 Utia South. RE
M^iln, Jcmme. <hkmI nelulilxirhood and 1-2288.
bltrhwny buainomi. Write ll4>x 1030 or
cull RK 3*0741. Twin FalU.
RENT-ALLS COMPANY
FOR SALE) Soft Ico or«‘am and ham­
1,001 ITJt^
burger eauipment complete with bar
and iUioU. Phono TEmple 7>4&11.
Aerou froa Fir* Dipt KB
Wrlto Hox as, IU««rroan.
F U R N IS H E D ROOMS
NICE. CLKaH^ warm. UU entrance.
UoniKinnble. 212 4th Avenue Knit.
EXCELLENT ak-oping room eloee In.
Warm ami private entrance. 137 4th
8 ‘
TRAILER8
RB
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for
3P
5
6
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N fttrtrw raer
Cl.EA'N, -oouifortablo roome. Hot and I T 'Lifeat
cold water. (1.60' And up. Weekly fl ____ _
8
x«tc«, Douglas HotfiU lil Shoshone
*7h« Llv« S]>ot oa Tnick Lana**
Str«et North.
TWO-REDROOM older home, all
large roomi, oak floors, excellent
corner lot, Seventh North, |6,000.
K. L. JENKIN.^. Realtor
$100 D O W N P A Y M E N T
Will purchsM fimr mo>lern renula—
Nwjr sch<>()l jmd-iluiniiiug-CfinleE- in
Twin Falis. Come in and let us show
you the property.
H A R O L D ’S A G E N C Y
RE 8-6fi;!2
KK V.:il4
"Member Multiple Listing"
F A M IL Y H O M E
Holihy room, three iKsirooms, two
baths, all tile kitchun In choice loca­
tion. Make appointment to see.
O STRA N D ER A G EN CY
RE 3-4018
NICEST, older, ultra modern 3-l>edrtM>m at<iry and half. Living room—
family n>"m — 2 bath* — altafhed
garage—full basement, near OK niarket. Only | 16.2i'>0. Vnu miint ace thl* I
DELir.HTFUL 2 Iwilroom home 8th
Avenue l^^l. Huneinent, car\)ort,
large lot with rental unit Asking
only 112,000.
LOVELY older I bwliwm 'on 0th
Avenue East. I>arge living room with
fireplace, separate dining, garage,
fenced yard. Only {11,300.
C. L O O N E Y , R E A L T O R
“ tr t- flh w h tn ir^ tr - E a l
Sundays add Holidays RB 3.4465
Uember Multipla
Elk. DlJg.—i'h. HE J-1079 An»llm.
REAL E S T A T E FOR SALE
ACREAGE
Almo^l an acre. Close in. very tveat
2 iKdruoiii, borne wllb..3rd b^roum
In ImAcnirnl. Cnrage. Ixits of shade
snti pnature'. SXOO should haivdle. To­
tal price only 112.OHO,
LLOYD ROBERSON AGENCY
227 Shonhone North
OFFICE PHONE
RK 3-8865
KKRNKUL ANDERSON RK 3-7rt6l
liOn liOPP
RE 3-8r.03
VKUl, MKCHAM
RE .VOSHS
NOT MEMUER OF MULTIPLE
CH OO SE A BRA ND NEW
2 -B E D R O O M H O M E
Roomjr kitchen, lotji of storARe.
Hardwood fioorB. full bnaemcnt.
Cbolcfl locotloii ncftr now achool
and shnppltiR area. MOO down paymeui. 870 per month pUu taxps.
8 0 -A C R E FA R M
20 M l n u t M fr o m T w in F alls
w ill c o n id d e r trading fo r home or
income p r o p e r ty .
K E Y REALTY
PHONE: RB3-8121
RESOLUTION
F O R 1961
REAL E S T A T E FOR S A L l
•Trade TSIPLEX, good income, for
z l^room bohie D^i;_cen^r of
TRADE, ranch for ineome property.
Have 4 good 80‘s, fine bcationa.
137,000 lo 150.000.
MACKS U-DRIVE
hom es
' FARM ERS REALTY
80 ACRES
Phone 744
Buhl. Idaho
Orville Sackett
DA ft-4726
Ken Patterson.
03t»3-IU
------- iUlpb- Ass«ndrup,-.RfAltnr -------
$3,000 DOWN
2 bedroom home with full basement,
cow barn, loafing shed, machine
•abed,
neu. corrals,
curraia, pit
i/>. silo
■><» snd
•n>a steel gra<
2ry. Und lays In'Ikhitl'll^ldi, PNgffto 'lellUt 118,000. Call at once fur
SAVE MONEY
I..ovely well iiepl home with large
4'-j% loan which can be assumed.
E.\tra light cheerful kluhen. Carpet
and fireplace In living room. Toul
of J bedroomi. Price *10,900.
KICK K; a£ra building lot on Rob­
bins street. Conalder trade for auto­
mobile or paper.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN •
EEALTY
R E 3-1406
Wayne W. Hauer
Frank Booth
Res. UR 3-00H6
-Res. RK 3-607<
812 -Main Avenue North
- MEMUER MULTIPLE LISTING
A C R EA G E S FOR SALE
SALE gboat 20 acrei rime tn city,
limits, excellent buiineu location. Box
4HI. Twin >’'alls.
lU ACiti:^ by owner. Just outside of
city limiu. For sale, but would i
aider leasing. Phone RE 3-3633 after
6 p.m.
FOR LEASE: Acreages with option—
Call at Country Court Trailer -Village
evenings or weekends. Phone RE 35871).
160 ACRLS of now land. Brush partly
cleare<l, with 420 fool test well, near
(K>lden Valley. tlOO per acre. Write
Box KK, f/o Tlmea*New».
FARMS FOR RENT
MiuSSNKR’S 3*i0 acres Salmon tract,
Top farm, large water shares. RE
.w.2n.
FOR LEASE; Northslde farm, 3 lo 6
year lease with tl.OOO cash advance
consiilerution for each of last three
years, i’hone Rupert, HK 6-34fifi.
FARMS FOR SALE
TRADK or rent: 160 acre*. 6<}i miles
north of Shoshone. Some machinery
includetl. Write C. R. Schmechel, Route
•T. Twin FallH. _______________
NORTliSlDE HU for sale or trade equity
for hnuM (n Twin FiylU or Uuhl. M
Rhnres water. (Jood house, fair out­
buildings. 4 milen South Wendell.
We.it on Rob Harlon Road.'i .‘M>uth.
Writ. 0. M. Hartley. Ht. 2, Wendell.
160 A C R E F A R M
6 'i Miles North of Shonhone. on
niiiin highway. 3 l>eilrnotn home, (iood
bull.Ilngaj^oial price 147,200, (^ood
terms. V
H E IS a INVESTMENT CO.
JERO.MK V
EA 4-23.14
Leon Stockton
EA 4-6280
Twin t'alU garden aecfl company. Wrlt«
Hox lO-E. c/o Tim«.Newi.________
ItAOlt^: tlarn up to |2 hour lewlng
babywciarl No house selling. Send
poetcard to Cutlca, Wanww, *10, In­
dian*.
■^VCrUomcii to lell liome dwurutiiig
protlutfU to Twin FJlIU homeownen' in
their spare tlhie. aMust have cur. Should
have a flair for li\teriur drt’oratlnit, Ai>*
ply Jerrell Studloe. Illue l<akca North.
. STOP WISIUNG-STAKT EARNING
with lUCAUTY C0UN8KL0RS, No
canvas»lng. flexible hours, full or
part time. For interview, call RE
3<3&64.
sten o g ra ph er
G E N E R A L OFFICE
Boms Accounting Work
40-H our-W eek— Fold Vncnlloti-
b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t . U tili tie s f u rn is h e ti,
e x c e p t e le c tr ic i ty .
W a a h in g f s c i lltle a ,
p a r k i n g by d u o r.* * R e aso n ab le r u n t ,
a d u l U , no p c ta . U K 3-402H._____________
U N F U R N I S H E D ^ PTS^
L O V E L Y 3 r o o m a a n d b a th . K le c tr lo
r a n g e a n J r e f r i g e r a t o r f u r n i ih td w i t b
r a d i a n t h e at. P h o n e R E 3*JJ2J
P A R T L Y f u r n i ib w l, ir r o iin d flimr. S t o t^
a g e . L a u n d ry . S t u k e r h e a t, i l m u n a b l e .
1 3 d tilh A v en u e N o r t h .
T W O U E D U O U M n e w . q u i r t n ilg h b o iw
b u o d . I&O.OU. W a t e r a n d B a rb a te f u r *
n ls h e d I'h o n e H E 3-2JI17 i f t e r 6 p .m .
C a r U e oiie a n d
t w o i>edr(>um u u i t a ,
r a n g a a n d ( e l r i g e r a i o r in c lu d n ). R «a>
s o a a b l a r a te s,
i r r i g a t e d L snd* C a
C a n y o n VillaR E -V iaa a HE J.1 0 7 6 .
a itO U M S , iir iv d f j U u th . ilc o t, hot w a t e r ,
r a n g e a m i r e f r i g e r a t o r . W u h in g f a ­
c iliti e s , vimhI l i x 'a t i u n . A d u llt, R E 3*
V .m . O fflf? h o iir n O f KK
U N l'U K N I S I i K D 3 r u u i n a p u rln ie n t, f u l l
b a s i'n i c n t. f u r n a c e
h e a t, w s te r f u r ....................
......................- • AvfiiueI 'W
e s t:^
c h il d r e n o r p e t s .
C a ll O il 8.H 0U2.
D u rle y .
-
Llbeml Retirement and
.. TnMlrlln^;e BenedlJ, Perninnfnt
B O X 8 - F , c / o T IM E S -N E W S
~ H E L t» W A N T E D - M ^
K im b e rlr U i)« d .
6 th
C l^ E A .S niiHleni l i v a b l e h om e fo r o n e o r
t>vo n d iilu . I'SS :>r»l ^ v e m if W est,
MODERN : r\>oiii furnish^ hmiie.. In«iuir<«
.‘llitn v y .
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
' C o m b i n a ti o n M annR crC h o f — M ale
jlflW to Pocntollo Oolf
and Country Club
I
fiU U
• ip tr le iic e ,
*k«.
re fc id irri,
■ a la r y i w u l r t n i « n t . K ic e lle n t oi<iMr.
- tJ n ltr
W fttt-r iiioliidpii.
t — H K D K d U M . '. \ i l u l t »
o n ly .' 312
Av»'MUe
H E Il-UlUli,
U i t P L E X i 1 k ‘«iro (M n . h e a t »m( w a t e r
fu rn ish e d .
IU-n>K>nnble.
In u u ire 2 3 8
F i llm o r e .
IMionav H E
.'WANTED
P . O . BOX 803*:
F U R N IS H E D HQ.IJ5ES
tIK D IU lO M luni.c7 lights, b e a t and
r.rtyr
A
V E R Y n ic e 3 ( H ^ iru u m hittnr, I m il e
o u t o f to w n .
M tn i e r n w ith o u t b o a t .
U f l m o n th . U lll C o u b e r l y , Ileal F -sta te .
P h o n e UK 3-.1fifvH.
•
3 llE D R O U M , U ( u « c a f p i 'i e t l liv in g n w m .
o i l ' f u r n a « , i M s e n ie n t, g a riiak. ' 4 tb
Avrd'up Kml,
HM
T H R E E I lK im o O M
b r k k lioiiie.. F u l l
b n s e m e n l, n U c h e U ir a r « g e , U n ly y ih r r #
— y m T l - Pl(T,“ - f l 0 3 V c r n m n lli.
V h o iie
U K JrfiW * o r
I W , |.4 [> U .
IMMAOUliATE BRICK H O M E
Olose-ln Location
-^etfPOOmTTtVMKgttl in Urrific alep-'
. aavlng floor plan. Wall-to-wall .car­
pet. iLow co«t). G. E. Air wall beat.
LoVely yard—*11 fenced Patio-carport. Lola of atoragv. Ovrii^r trana*
ferred—muat sell now fur 113.600.
Aiaunie low Interest G. L loan. PayI ments 176 per month, Includins
everything.
N E E D
A N
ONE OF T H E S E
• AVCriONEERWG
E X P E R T ?
CANH^LPYOUl
• FLUOR SANhlNG
T W O GOOD D E A L S
1 - 80 Acres. 121.000. No sand. i
n>om home- Owtver wants J6.OU0
down, if ya^ arr »l'l« to so aboml,
he wiU take I3,UOO down.
2 — 204 Acre*. 100 acren g»««i ciilllvalcd dirt- The house burned down.
116,000, IS.OOO down.
A . G. HOLLAND
100 GOOD
WHITEPACE COWS
are Jnchided in th* price of 176.000
on this 600-aere ranch. AND you can
get the whole works for only $20,0u0
down, F.:^cellent water rbrhts and
good soil. Locale<l In warm wiiiier
sms frr""*; rigvalnpmfnt jioaailiUilics.
.
F A R M IMPLEMENTS
10.-)7 CASE 300 tractor.
3 disc. 2.\v.>v plow. 0.\ .
•2- irA.'n p " nTnruuiK' iiUiiib".',
Miie or triiili’ for g>-<Kl itn ^
C. R; S.'h«Hvh.-l, Rout*. ..
\ */
Do y"*T neod nn're /v|iiii'tiM-i,-'
lA th<f time lo think nl»,in j.
not*»l->.
,,,•
POTATO PILER.S
M 0Y N e\ rE A L T Y
TK 7-4650 .... ijagerman, Idahn
WK 4-6404... (rtioding, Idaho
KE 6-2104
Wendell. Idoho
ScvrrnI Mo<l.,l«
I^'KW .SIOUKL I’ll.lfl
for
f r i ‘« s p u f o
’ potato
a i.i r ; ,/ . '
i i a r v e s t i :i;;
Tru.-k Pn|;.in lUf,
Trwk n."t lt.‘.l-.
liaird Hay lV>u.i.-n
P A U L E Q U IP M K N T
A N D W E L D IN G .^HOP
PAUL
SEEDS AND PLANTS
SAVE .MONKV-Huy y.^u7 r.-n/'M
Bi“«-<l iH)lnli)e'i now. Aliwr In
(irowji Ip tho upper vnllrj, ( i...
7 p.m. RK ;i-l^42.
1 6 0 A C R ES
. H A Y , g R A IN A N D FEED
Jerome, Barrymo|^ district. 120 acres «Di) HUSHKUS of mix.-.l grinu
...
good productive'soli in cullivaiion,
hillldn-d. KiriiHTly. [■boti.- I. \
120 shares water. iO acres hoy, 20
acres red clover, baknce poaturo and WANTED Ui bv»y — mnwl ijvin.i',-, h»7
Jim (.-nmry,-HH
plow gronnd. tiooci irrigatinn srt ttp,
Nice 2 bc<iroom niwicrn home, pres- - WANTED to Uuy. Huy. Jack
sure system, milk barn, loafing shed,
KimI.eriy CA :i-40'.l4.
""
goo4* sized granary. Long time one
Priced $49,000. fl^.OOO down, lenient
terma on balance.
D R Y D E N AGENCY
123 Eaat Main—Jerome—EA 4-6232
Hea. Phoni EA 4-4634
80 ACRES northwest of Jerome.
Close in, not blow land. J26.2T0.
SPUD MEN I 480 acrH at mud lake.
Good well and pump. |24.00{^
280 ACRES nnrtheut of Jerome. I
excellent homes. 1*7,500.
82 ACRICS south of Kimberly. I.jirge
fields. 137,OOO.
TOP 80 south of Hsnnen. Good home,
parlor barn. ISS.imo.
FOR tiALK 21) IS fir»i
nnil 20 Ions irli ••r. 1‘hons KK
y.iiii.N.
GKAl.N ROLLING, dry or mols..,,, ,
Tili-y'n. Phono C V
Han.pn «
, RK
Twin I'lilU.
MO'UUM'ANS lilinernls and ilimrnn.
Charles A. Urown. Phons JJi, H}
AliiiMi Avenue, lUihl._____
MORELAND Milling Service, i'fcd.jriiid.
i:g, molasses mixing. . Phons DA>a
6-444'’. Filer.
ilAGli' VALLtV Milling .Seivict, ltd
grinding. Waller Larson. l'han« Gih
field ;u;.604.
IIAV to lu. fed oil nim-h, l-i. Jn.| rutlinuii. Alito 2,<liii) biilt'H of sirnvv, Wriii
Iln\ 14K
-------------GOOD yUAMTV hay,
i:niin. IVtii
Paul AkInN. Star, lilnho. 4-7t:’'j nr MfKelrii'lv. llelteviie, Idiilio.
I’lum*
after 7 p.m.
A C E REALTY
E E 3-5217
REM OVAL
TWO GOOD BUYS
W aores. Rft sham of water, Sandy
loam s<)ll. lays wry good with large
fields. Ooo<iing 3.bfdroom home, fair
qutbulldlngB, w«ll worth the asking
price of S2t).000. Or will trade for
40 acres In Wendell-Jerome areu..
100 acres only lilies from cunlvr of
Jiimme. exccUeub^tbedriKUu huine.
fully modern, with^N^ker furnace,
go<Hl barn, corrals snd^chine nhvd.
This Is a 1st clans locVion.
OOO. 117,000 down, puylnt-nt euay
terma.
'
• /l£AL SILK
Lyle Hariun. lierle Phifer. HE 6>6346, Phll'i Floor Service. Rk. 3-6197,
Quality clothing, unifornii. tailored suits
Rupert.
. I
_____
D A. Helder. Free estlmites. RE t-3081.
lop coals. Ortbo-Veni ihoes. Mrs! JER O M E REALTY
Hlawell, Uuhl. 0U6-R3, Umiia i.
__________
Jerome. Idaho
We repair all major appliances.' House­ • PAINTING
■ T W IN FALLS
lUfTl^tl liros Interior-Exterior. RE 3-36IT • S£VVt71 SEHVJC’i,
EA 4-3900
hold .Service Co., RE 3*6li0l).
Sluart Uros. Interior and - Exterior, RE Uoto-Rooier Sewer Service for sny drain­
• BICYCLE SALES^SERV'CE
Don Mann
Ml.'<4 or RE 3-1848.________
Eldon Hatwly
age failure DA ti-47m or RE I-J264J
R E A L T Y & IN S.
’»A^.g047 —
EA 4-2H77
Ulasius fyctery .lE 3-U222 46i Main E. E. A. Chapman and Sun, Paint Contractori. Call HE 3-6B22 or RE J.ti07l, • SEWING m a c h in e s
CAMERA SUVVUES
US Main Avepui East
Twin Falla, Idaho.
Compeitni service all toakei and vacuum
Camera Center, 201 Shoshone Street Bv.
RE 8-3361
cleaners. V. N. Price HE 3-6016. A-1
>wing mieblnei. m l Kimberly Road.
. Mimbtr-C{-Mulllpll Ullltil .
38(LACRE&O
yTlnteriur
work.
RE
3-2121;
STANLEY
Del Itloe. HE .l-JJUH.
Jjenlaji StevemC^'aWey llE~‘‘5-!ttUS.* ■— .iV .^ S a jm iTirirrart-. ..
• PIANO TUNING
• C A /irE r CLEANING^
\VoodrowTab. SOU Ulh Ave. N.
TELEPHONE ANS SERVICE
NiTLife CarpfFa^d Upholstery Cllsners.
200 Acres cultivated. 380 aharei of
Ruhl. . ‘
CHECK I
Free estimate. RE 3.<176(1.
I Still be your lelepbuni sii
water, moat of the dry la
—»crytrf-pnflR>~nFr!{:23iiir
l^Crestcd wheat grass.
OjirM.».!.^Quc.W«lrr.!)»LX«»e»I•-P A /n r-rA T o n s"
grass, all foiu-cd
Live in Luxury, buy in Kimberly.
and
cross -fenced. (Joocj^ deep well,
Serpentine, cuitfcttr, hali, napkins, etc. » TELEVISION 5EIIV/CE
Anytime, place. Alarly Habet, RE ■l-2a.^6.
very clean, attractlvi comforlnblc, 2
Wholesale and i]unntltr dlicount. RK 3- Joe’s Ki'iinumy TV.^ RE
Hrahd new and ready, b) mov« In.
bedroonj homo, plenty of calilni’t
6233. Northwest Distrlbulors,^ llox 8B6.
lioa 1,136 iduare feet ol floor apaca
* DIESEL WEED IWIINERS
Perry's TV Servicf. HE
_______ ■pace, convenient utility room, mod­
with biiement. Choice kKition, 114.without heat. 2 bi<lrooni^u-nunl
Silver Jet burners, sales and service. • PLU M BIN G and n E A f m T
S60.
Lontf's Utdlo and 'L'V SsTvtre. R^ >-46>0 ern
house also modern wUhiiut hiuii. V^en'
E, P- Martin, Phone KA 4-6167. Jerome, Uome PlumblnK and lllg, Co. RE S-2477,
Cam's Aiiptlance. RE S-llU,
good corrals, sheds, grnnn^lca linti
F jc c e n tlo n i^ lly d e a n . 2 -k Jro o m w i t h
iteilable 'iiilea and service by ekperta. plenty of. other oulhulldlngs. Thl.
• ' M o i A r o i i S E iJm ~ E ~ ~ '
f ir e p l a c e a n d f u l l basem ent. liO .O O U .
farm priced at only }JS,UOU, very hiw
FaotorT Radio ti TV HE |.2«l. •
Rlrhatdsoii‘t
• ^nd St. W RE 3.2U2l». ClydeVlllwny 30. Truck Une RE 1-6080,
down paynionf anil It- can be piilil
We have an exceptionalli eood buy.
• ELECTRICAL
Tom's Uldlatur ^lop. Service and Uepalr.
out with either y«nrly puynii-nls or
u p m n s iE iiY
Northilde 240.
242 Second AVe. South. RE 3.7261.
the owner will cunslilir a crop deal
_____ .mrAL LA TlU NS
PKTTEIISON'S UPHOLSTERING. 125 to
till right parly,
North Washington. I’limn RE 8-28BI
Contrail houie, inuustria« aod repair.
TAYLOR AGENCY
"Live better Klectrlcsll/," Klllinger
..VACt/C/A/
^;l^•trlf.
RE
M788,
'
'
^ ' At Kimberly
liuuver repalri. Houftbold BILL COUBERLY
H ID IN G YO U R UUSINESS Autborlsed
Don Taylur, Office phoiii OA S-6289
• EXCAVATION
Service Co., HE 3-60ur.
If no answer phone tlA U-640d
R E A L ESTATE
Undorlimne ex, Wails, flours. RK ;i«4141
You csn keep in touch w'tin over
Thurnian WHlla
(IA 3-6646
'
I• WATKit S O m N K /(S ‘
H.OOO T . i i l c r . E V K IIV IIA V '
Uien Fftlrbaoks^have 2 tractiir mmlt>te<l
Taul eilMfr-CttH for Real K4lat<i, and
• AOHOflH FROM 8KAR.H
who
i
r
i
'
interested
In
using
your
^tjHigsn
Soft
Water
bTTvl.e.
RE
'
baoVhoe*.
ilaienienU,
trenching,
rat’d
Grange Iflsuranoe, Ut J.664i
builnrii. T)tt cost to ruu the bullMAURICE KLAA8
R|': 3.^610
leveling, drl)^(i*ayi graveled, Cotnplelt
;^neiim*n li a* liuja t i , ................ ...........
. LIST w r n i XAYIOH
septic gyilfms. RE .1.3Qr»l, . •
..RlLL.COUUWlLV"'— K K ^ :n n r
liKUT LABaEN
» a r,-4S2
- - »-r , And fli*riT«Slni “ '
$2.50 Pci- Month
VaiU-y Drilling. DdiitcMic wells «nd Office Phon*
HE 8-:!6&3
FUEL OIL
luimvi 1h Twin Falls nrr». Hoi 496.
_l>hono UE
U«m Slate Oil. HR M96H.
Hurley, Idaho. OK K-illl)].
STOP
\
y
FERTILIZER
CLE.VN pulv».Tixf«l nh«ft> n*
xvr. F*»r Iftwn*. flowen. i,.
ready fi)!* «prini:, i’hur.- |;i
'
841 Main West
RE 3-lORfl
Rill Jackson
KE fi-2ri«4
A>-C. Holland
. - . KE-Cr-^-l&fi.
Member .Mulllpis Llnting .
LE
Phone
Phone
Phone
FUR SALr;; 4^« u^-n- j
on Silver Cr.i-k. fCurey. Or \»*«ald ir;i
acrca in cilhvr T"’'!
County. Write R«x
News.
^____
FORTY- At'RFUS fis,- ;
Twin Falls llighwuy
betlroom Qnxlern h.itne,
lures, corrain. bnrn*.
, pU-nty frro wuler.
RE :i-2u:s.
LIV E S T O C K & POULTRY
I NEED springer cows and heiferi. riw&«
nighu, RK .1-8082. (Hen (^orhrsn.
FRIvSll an<l Hpringcr Ix-iferx. Kniii and
hones fpr a.ile or liin<l. D.-irroll l.j-ons.
Roul.' H. Mellon Vall.-y. Iliilil.
FOR SAl.K ;i,> hfi.ii yr;.r,ini,- r»n.
8fi0.»rre Stock Ranch, |2S,4C)0 with
4 8 0 A C R ES
Start Unvbinu M«r>'h
i'Uni HP.
14..^00 down—will consider house in
3.2UJ0. QiiHici.
Twin Falla nr Ruhl In trade. Also ItiO
New land In Hansen area. 240 acres TWO KE<HSTKKKD U..Ui.,.i,
acrw, 110 wsAer shares, .Vl>e<lroom
r'naw under irrigation with 1|»0 Inchcs
--Duuchtiird of Il-lli and li-l'i. hf.%
niodarn home, ,S26,6U04-tsrmi |7-.6^)0:
watei*. 200-acre wheat allotment, all
joxm^Phonv DA 6-4MH. H. M W.IVff.
down.
reaaonabli offer wlU ^
good <I^P
rocks. Will acll LlVE'goitMi (iff»prini; of lll.SA - »ho
"TO
IflO_S aa.
"iirn n n n m m
us for price and terms.
4-.M10.
WHOLESALE beef tor sale. Customtut.
O STR A N D ER AGENCY
ting, double wrapped. Noub Usii
l.ockera. Phone RE 3-49R2.
TW IN 'FA LLS
R E 3-4018 or
SPRINGER heiferw, 20% down. biliBci
' R o d n ey P a u l a - V A 5-5574
financed. Up to 24 months. C«nUcl
R EALTY & INS.
61r. L. E. Reddick or phono KA 4-4pl '
iVathi
IIS Main Avenue F^at ~School. No .'^iindny buaiDeii, %
FOR .'>ALK ou iradu uD ho:id IloliU'
GOOD 80
. Phoncfl HE 3-3fjli2 or GA 3-6U42
s|>rini;c>r heifors. .MohI of them
sin anil Ului'bluff .br«'t>dini&. :iO Gu«r
Lays well, full water right, good
MEMBER OF MULTIPLE LISTING
aey and Jer»i-y sprlnsjor heifori. iljf
nio<lern home, except heat. Uood loeation. This place is ready to go]
' of tho»a heifers are close ui<. Cil
Immeiliate poaseaalnn, near Wendell.
finance. Eugene Hughes, % miltt ytf
<2:1,000, 16,000 down, balsnee at (1,—nf 'Jorome: iCA'^^nn.
Roo per year, inclmllng iniereat at.
TOP d a ir y cows arid heifers, frub ri
JEROME
springers, htilk weights on th« fro)
120 Acreo. 100 cultivated. Heavy soil,
ones. Ws aiso take beef in tridl. U
12 acre beet allotment. (lOod 2 bed­
will buy your beef and sprlngtti
CLY D E PETERSEN
room home, modern except heal. H
California. Call Hap Uughei, Fbcci
stanchion
cow
barn,
garage
and
Ruhl
or 0433-J3.
WendelL Idaho
KE 6-2071
granary. Priced to sell al $36,000.
Small iltnvn poymenl, eaay terma,
CACHE VALLEY
arranged at 6%.
BREEDING ASSOCIATION -•
Owned and operated b> Dairy Faroir^
LA N D FO R SALE
124-ACRE UNIT-B
Walter A. Loitch, Phone 141-J, flakL
.Jim i'oater.- £bont HiS-a-4U8, TfU— O R LEASE
Falls.
No. 1 and 2 soil, new 8 bedroom
modern home, full basomont. 24xi!0
In units of 160 acm and up. Good
ARTIFICIAL
UREEDINQ the A.Bi
cindcrblocit machine shetl and shop.
l»eel. itoLaio. hay and grain land.
Frown Semen way. Choks of ilt**
3SxI2U spud cellar,, new cinderbloc)c
Irrigation wells anil sprinkler ay*dairy and beef breeds. lU07i im<
tenis. No buildingi. For further In­ barn, 2.UU0 bushel steel granary. ‘J6
proven sues. All beef bulls perfuroiW
acres near, by leased 4 yours, con be
formation, cull or write —
or prodgony tested. Including ChiroK
sub-leaaed. 148,000 rensonabla lerma
—Bcoi_3botihnin_i?
■arranged:—;------- '
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Rrabma. Don Kreitman, RE HJU
c a p it a l C O M P A N Y "'
Twin Falls :-Gle'D Reddick, EA 4-HSl
R u p e r t . Id a h o
Jerome J Elwyo AIHson, VA WlU
NORTH SIDE REALTY
Hiit>.ltnn. J>... llsiitlsr, OR *.8181. Bn>
_______ HEmlock 6-B07H_______
'I.,
Phone EA 4-2413 Jeroms, Idaho
B, N. Week*
Marcus KoH
EA 4-4862
EA 4-4680
For Prom pt
E C T O R Y
FOR SALE
78ij Acre' Farm in Filer dl.-.tri^t-6-mU«a,<n3m Tisin iaila...ilcat of
soli—7-room home - ample out­
buildings. Owner would consider
'trade on down payment of 112.000.
t o t a l PHICE 156.000
LU K E’S AGENCY
T4I Blue Laltem
RB H620
F U R N IS H E D A P A R T M E N T S
S IT U A T IO N S W A N TED
pride of owrnerahip li gratifying, se­
NICE 3 room furnlahed apartmont.
lect that homa or- farm now I
MOVIN&?
m «nu
Adulta only, no peta. 7M, Itlne L*kea.
Phon. KH 8'2tai.________________
M
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SPACIOUS 8-be<lrx>om brick, has*.
R
ent
a
Truek
k0NINU3 .Ign. In my hom« on V«ii GUUUND floor,'d(iA« in, tile bath, clean
—jusnt—
apaj*n>»»tr-«erete aiao Jtrinirtg—
---- -----!MMKD!ATrrOSSESim)N,'>rew^~
Int, shown by appointment.
Any 61za
£th
apacious .1.|)edrix>m brick. Flreplnre—
CHILD OARl^ in my homa. Ijariie play- 2-HUUM fiiruUhtftl ai>arlment.
Avenue North.
Carpeting — Family room — 2 baths
room. Uefcrencw. Phone RK 8-0l»l»S,
1500 on thlM S-be«lroom home, moil— liasement — lluitl-ln appllanceit—
HEETZ SYSTEM
erii excopt bout. Total price |5,6U0,
^£WmQ, all klD^. Chlllran, M nm i UOgMS, ideal tor baclielur. Utilities
Qirch — Huge double cnrtxirt. North­
per month.
furnlihed. RK 3-IR40.
and alteration*. P W e UK 8»Ttia.
Sift Shoahona WesI
&B »-Se«8
east.
Reduceil
to
only
12:1,600.
V lLL CAHE for children In my home. UA8EMKNT aiiartmcnl, cU . In. >20
INVtaTMEINT properly. 2 homes on
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. 7 ytars
3rd Avenue h ^ t.
■Phdn* HE 8-776C.
lot. 17,000 o r will trade for llveold
hutte
covered
patlo
—
fenced
LARUE 2 ruom. roli>away btd,‘ utllitlea
^T.ji'BrX»UDlD£._pJtiter patchl
-yard-.
lacbadH
,R S N T A a m o i a . la^cRrUtopfcri .................!•—
_^iiiaine^uAF«wpfc«rsoo?-llK-'l-801
l tiwirooms n*, bntha. New
130 ACRE^ Excellent laying farm. 4carpet. Hss 111,200 C. 1. V.,% loan.
^ J O Y carihB for two children week VERY nice bachelor apartmmt. 136 Aab.
IflwlDf UaehiBe ror only
lie.irooni nomo, giio.1 outbuildings.
-PhoneRE
8«3323,
Prlrinl
at
only
$N.2UH. Terms.
dava in mT_bom«.-^crM-& to a...Phon«___ fa-OQ P»> MnMX
(36,0111) or will trade fur nice acresue.
i ROOMS dean, comfortable. One per*
SHARP AND CLEAN. fl-v.«ar-o!d 4aon. Phone RE 3-6803 or RE 3-Q601.
bedmonj itwo are ilownHtjiiml, full
CARPENTblU work. remo<iel or new
4I> ACRES close In. 2-l>edroom home.
SINGllR SEWING MACHINE CO.
flul»he<i baitemcnt—«lt«chc<L garnge
—eonatruotloiu—Phon* JlB-a»28fi7„a£tct. .HUi}l:UiN-li.nKiitu.^£ioM.lDi
Phqn«
{2K.6<l witb terms or tvill ira<le for
12» North XalB
RS »-M««
—fenced yani — oil fiintaoaA—ohoiua
UE 3.8D&2 or RE 3-ttUCl.
BcrragB.' •
area,
as
|M00
t|,/
r
loin.
Jl,760
CAUPENTHll or cement work. Add a S A N D i R U U M a iM ir tm e n u . U t i l i t i e s
down.
Only
113,000.
Terms,
IncludcK l.
P r lv « U
b a lh a , c lw e
In .
7 ACUF^ Huhl. 4-mom home, price
room, ffaraffe. carpot or aiiy carpenter
SACRIFICE. Ownor miut sell now.
III), 500 tcrma. Owner would consider
JM O K im b e rly H o a d .
___________
- work. RB 8-?a27.
MAIN AVENUE WEST. Corner lot.
trade for home, close in._________
TRUCKS
RENT
>AINTINQ; IntBTlor. K46rlQr,__ClJL 1 AND ■l.rain
.nice
-3-bedrooin"homo.Tull~fl»l4b<fdr
Woirtor M riS oE cit^E oneM 3»1070 ■truno*. Utllitlea !£urnljh«d. .^nner’a
Itaiemenl.
IninmlliKe
posnnxlon.
JiiHt
Cabins, 210 North Wn»hlngtou Street.
ivenlnRfl,
m,0<K). Excellent terms. Make offer.
GEM S T A T E R E A L T Y '
MODERN, clean U rxxim apartment.
66D Main Avenue West.
-ALL TYrUS
•rencea. Call
before &a.m. • lloat and Wdter furnished. ;i47 3rd
P IO K U PS-PO llN rrU R B VAJ^S
J. W. MesiersmUh, Realtor
Street iluU RE S-3U7fl.
aft^r C 'P.m. KV. 8-Olgfi.
, M A G IC V A L L E Y
ilAtiOlKNT, illi>^*nd truch uuvatlni. Z R O O M S , w a r m , c u iu fo r u b lv . N e a r
Ofrio. UK a-MJs - nc«. HE j-isii
■ f l a t bjidb
Top aoll, itravel baullnsr. Phone-Rli:
c r u c e r y , d o w n to w n . F .id crly p e rso n p r « ijhi SU'snvrumlth—Jerome KA 1»6I31)
REALTY
^SU0-oe-RB-4*-m2.---------------• •ed-Phtwe-RfMMW h --------------- -aAT13'flY'H0UftrUAY OR WKEKUeVoe Un>wti
RE 3-64JR
123 Shoshone Slre<;t North
1233 Lyn>vuo«l Professionol Ruildlng
SKWINQ.-button .hole*, iQonotcramminc m oK ----------------, a p a r t m---e n ---------t . A d u lta . —
222
PBONB a s i-irn
Phone TIE ,l-3j;il
Member
Multiple
Listing
and—hmttltehlnff. (S( 8rd Avenue
6ltb Avenu* Eajt anytimi, or 240 6tb
Member Multiple Listing
-.... North,^RB-W343. .............. AvenurNorth after 6 p.m.
E A S T S' P Q T N T S
VTHTC
~X U ^O U (armliiff, Plowifltf, -manure O O Z Y
ro o m a, n i c e l y fu rn ish e d , h u g e
hauling, working ground, grain drllW . c lo e a ta , p r iv a t e b a t h , b e a t a n d w a t e r .
ing, bay baling and beet harvatlng.'
A d u lta . RK 3 .5 0 0 0 .
M O N E Y T O LOAH
Phono its 8-18U2. F. Radtke.
CLEAN 8 bedroom, living twm,- kitcben
BUSINESS a n d PROFESSIONAJ.
«n<r bath. Washing faeilitin. W»ter WANTED) $6.00U at 10% Interest repay­
H E L P W A N T E D — FEMALE
and lanilntloD furniahed. Urvund floor.
able over S y«ars. Security ^ d mort­
P h o n e R E S-aHf.a a f t e r 6.______________
gage on Northaide farm, 1st mortirage
V a^ T ^ experienced beauty opeintor.
of S16,000 appraised at I9B.000. Pbone
Phono UK 3.34fl:i.________________ S M A L L ' a p a r t m e n t 2 b lo ck s f r o n o l t y
Rupert. HE 6-34(i5.
c e n t e r . G ro u n d f l o o r . V ery c le m . R e a ^
ilOUSKKKKI’KU for family of two. Live
e n a b l e . A d u lt^ P h o n e R E 9*&:il6 S u n >
In. Write Hnx IR-E e/a 1Hm«-Newi.
d a v a o r i t J 7 p . m . w ee k d ay s.
t u S l 'O M
FARMS FOR SALE
F A R M S FOR S A L E
ol Dead and Oseleu
L IV E S T O C K
PHONE 113 COIXECI
T.ln fall. UE J-<815-Ott Hull Bill*
ID A H O H I D E
& T A L L O W CO.
G O O D T H IN G S TO
FOR SALE: Red potalofs aud
Phono RE ;i-Hlfl(i. Mile v""' »'*«'*
north of Wimlihutlon Sohi^d,
S'l'liWlNC 1IK.SS. t),25, yeuMlil lujj
•henM, 81.75. Phone A. E. l<rsr.
:t-h(J64.
SUNl'LOWER Bfu.la. aun dried lf»;^
soybean br?ad. herb teas, tliicfi B*-*salt-free, sugnr-free.
llclea. Stn-Woll iiealth l-ood SWrt'
>27 Main Weal, Phone RE3-)l3lli^
FIRM, nice Romo beauty sppe*,
for cooking and eating. A l
.
Uring conlainers, Irvln^
ortharj, 3 north, 1 west of
AKC Wflmura'ncr i«upa.
130. Phone TU
and I30.
TO fi-7r.<i7._SMS!^
-VhKV-t»t)Ol>-huM4bn»^#upplKS-lSJJtSL.
402 llllie Lakes North, phon* »•'
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AKC llUiri'ANV Hpunlel*bitches. W McLInn, 480 llueh*"'*'
Twin Fnllti.
PARAKHE'l'S, troplcul fish
frotun shrimp «nd •uppll«’
'
Avvniie » s t.
T liY
A CLASSIFIEDI
W HEN
YOU
. N EE D HELP ,
- P H O N E .- ^ r '
R E li-0931,
, PAGE THIRTEEN
T4.MES-NEWS, T W IN FALLS, IDAHO
5 v"Fets-
Market Place
of
Magic VqUey
AUtOS FOR SALE
BENEATH THIS BANNER ARE THE WORLD'S BEST BARGAINS
llt^ l F O R D V ic to ria o r 1 9 4 9 F o r d 2>door«
l- h v n r J tE > 3 ^
K )H .S A L E — 1U50 V o r d VB 2 d o o r. T w «
( iiia ll o il c i r c u la to r b e a t e r s . T h'ree oU
U n * ) « w h h ,v s l v e * . 1 1 8 M o n ro e .------------
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SPORTING GOODS
t r u c k s a n d t r a il e r s
K t^l u.l) /ur (lUiCK >a.c I. fool Cubin
Lrui«rr unil irailrr. I’mctioally r
1H40 6«n U Hue. Twin Kalin,
F O U S A I.K i.y i . r t i i e r . l:.iH j „ . , , [,jckui>
and rn m n n
li m u l r e Ar t,; j A iln n i-
C L fc iA u A .sL E S A L K cM k y n u t-* ,
J»«K' \ i.ff. Colman ‘j «ff. Skli »ixi
luMii* I, „ff. Wmi Klv* I’oint* Spi>rt-
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M u » t »rll H I' i-Ci'.i'.Hi.
10(10 F O R I)
WAMbD! I'eoiil* tvlio \)int to lr«rn to
hrc« in»lruc‘lion by eerlUieU
bowllnu ln*truclQr«. C»tl or tom* In.
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ran u e,
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,ith
N POUNDS liquid s a a b o t t l e.
b a rre l.
"ffinU tor.*"" Oii h “ i« r
Of
No Money Til Spring
WOKDER CO A T vlBTl l a t * * p la a U o f l a t
t i l l fin is h .. fip M U l
ia .7 9
g a llo n .
Binner F u m ttu r e . 2Q9 S o u t h S h o a h o n e .
TWIN PAU3
“
1B57 C H K V R O L K T
e r g li d e .
-
I8 6 0 C H E V R 0 L I 2 T
w h e e lb a a e . 2
Um w z
Smi. IIJC titr iq u a r* y a r d . A r m s t r o n g
m tc c o io a y a r d t f * . R e g u U r 11.79
1866 C M C
1866 C H E V R O L E T V 8 2 -to n .
w h e e lb a s e , 2-spee<t.
l!T
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j a C A V A T l N C - T r i e t o r z s o u n t t d b&ek'
•boe. S e w er s y s te m a I n s U i l e d , d ig g in g
a n d lo a d in g o f a n y k i n d . F r e e citi*
m a te s . SQH M id w a y . F i l e r . P h o a * DA
M 7 1 0 o r R C 3-2641.
Ywri
im i * door, ty p in g U b i e , « p p l l a n c «
ip o a k e r c a b i n e t a y s te m .
S tre e t. P h o n e R E J-2QU.
2-y«r
written
save on in«UlIation
Auto Supply, -121 8rd
‘ nd^
iff
om Sunrfi^ i.nHi noon
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i1 “ r a r r y i n g e a i e . n o w fo
f oir
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n o » ,o n ly
C iw r. r
* lif e - ti m e g u a r a n t e e ,
j y f * U n U f . 2Q1 S o u t h S b o a h o n e .
O IL S T O V E a _______________
All
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T W IN T A L L S
- G L E A - R ^ G E - .:.
1963 O L D S S u p e r 8 8 4 - d u o r ...... I 05
1954 O U l S S u p e r &B 4 -ilw ir ........ 86115
T bonl
1866 S T U D E B A K E I l V -8 2 - d w r w a s o n , o v e r d r i v e ............................ 8506
1856 D O D G E 9 P a s s e n g e r 4 -d o o r W a -
r:i79r
1968 C U R Y S L E i l
N ew
Y o ra e r
4d o o r . F u l l P o w e r ..............„.|1 0 1 > 5
j n v z u T —xyrgEC— l i t i t r u c t i o t r — f tte o r d ia n
a n d g u ita r c e r tif ie d t e a c h e r . In v e itii s l e S a tu rd a y * , T w in F & llr D u sln e ii
C o lle g t, o t h e r d a y s J e r o m e E A 4'2968.
R. W . G ra n t
r i A N U U A ilG A lN tli O o t u i « l S p in e t
p ia n o . O n e S p i n e t a t y M
p ia n o , exu s e d u p r ig h t p ia n o s . E a s y t e r m s ! F u lly
g u a r a n te e d . C la u d e B r o w n M u s ic , Tw in
F a lls .
>■.
1860 M E R C U R Y M o n t c l a i r i . d o o r
H a r d to p . F u l l p o w e r ...........|2 8 0 6
1860 O L D S S8 2 - d o o r S e d a n . F u l l
p o w er,
m il e s ________ 8288ft
1860 O L D S 8 8 C o n v e r t i b l e . F u U p o w ­
er
.................. ................. .......... 13405
^
MOBILE HOM ES
30
lumber n e ed s
®«l‘v tr* d d ir e c t f r o m
Of"'
n««uUt
iiiH
>W..'n
"O'*
B ill G Ib e o n
F O O T , brivnd n e w . M u a t s e ll now I
M a k e o /f e r . KA 4-461)4.__________________
EA
EA
OPEN
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O FF
::Mi h e .
SU N D A YS
° ' ' o -t h isr m ,
OIL IIEATEIIS
“ »ve up to
is i n T r i l l t r D ig tr lh n t l n g , ^
doW n.
'5 S T X I D G i r ~ $ 1 3 7 5
coronet 2 -door hardtop, torque
fllte, pow er steering, power
brakes, radio, heater, w hite
wall tire s , red and white 2tone.'
m m
Palrlane 500 4-door, VB en: glnc,-;.cniisomatic,- pmverrstEcri—
Ing, power bfnkes, r a d i o ,
henlsr, white wall tires, brown
and white 2-tonc, only ■8,800
mllea,
-Spccial-T-hiB-Woek------51 PLYMOUTH
f 66
4-Door.
51 PACKARD
$66
4-Door.
D e lu x e . 2 -D o o r
49 Oldamobile
$66
52 PLYMOUTH
$166
station Wagon
K H E U li:g U lT V In r a l* v d « t y p t 4B ' H wide
2 be<lrouni M o b ile h o m e . P i c k u p i n i t
lin e p a y m e n ts a n d t a k e o v e r c u n tra c t.
A lio will ta k e c a a h ' o f f e r s ,
B ee a t
( lu y 's T ra ile r^ C o u r t, H u r l e y . Id ah o ,
4-Door.
53, OLDS.
■88' —
$266
4 -D o o r.
p ic k u p ,
$388
4 -sp ee d ,
good
-
$688
: * ^ W A N T 'A D S '’ ‘’ "
80, ]3U H L •
- PHONE RE 8-0981
O p e n E v'tnlngs
K e n n y Moon
58
nAMSU.EU SUtlon wauon. Ra.
riio, healer, .overdrive, tu*loii»
pnint an<i nina ,llkc a milliim,
IU6
C O M M E R C IA L S
lofio CHKvu()L^r^ >.j t,,.. pioki.p.
Wide l>ed, 4
trnnmnlaiitiin.
fi piy tlre« and Krenifel hilrh.
O n ly .................
|1K!)6
1058 CHEVROLI-rr
Ion pickup.
Ka<iio, henter, 4 apeml Irnntiniiiision, (5 ply tiroR. irnller hitch.
Ready U> ){o lo work
$1205
1956 CHEVROLET V^.Utn pickup,
Healer. 4 sp«e<t tranamiuiion. 6
ply tirei, trailer hltfh. Real
Clean. Only .......i..............jjCOS
R IC E
!P 1 0 9 5 ^ S ^
■'""■McKEjSfZIE
w r o R s
AK~t-B2ai
DODGE
59 CHEV.
0 L I5 A N ;
.
CHEVROLET
ON SOUTH LINCOLN
JEROME
"H” . < . , p « d ____ 1288
V8
I 'iiptioin 4 i»i
l i u 'i n l k'l"*'*. w im U bii'iil
■•.trii- vviiH-r*. \vhil«- ‘ i.lr
■k i I m
.Iciiiva'
F ile r \v ..|» iie W .-.1
to n .' R u n s f w i r
T W IN F A L L S
CHEVROLET
and prefer to make thla offer,
to our customers rather than
to sell to dealer auction I ~
Cpmpare these prices.
Sedan.
N O W 8840S
4 -d o o r W a g o n .
N O W fI6 0 &
11)69 C U E V R Q 1 4 T .4 - d o o r Se<)an.------W a a 11886
N O W 11 3 0 5
- i O j J t C J I E V B O L E t - i r d o Q t - l V a f f o n ,------W s s ^ l |f t 9 8
'
^
N O W I I4 D 5
1959 P L Y 6 L n ^ o b r
s U tio n
W a a |:M P 6
W m
11896
C om m ander
NOW
tU 8 6
^18^
fer
W aj
186B
W as
w » jo n .
NOW
I05H S T U D E B A K E Il
d u u r sed an .
W a a 11196
I
4
|8 9 A
% \m
NOW
A door,
PLY M O U TH
w «eon.
|.l « 9. t t F O R D V I. i
11896
‘
pussn -
. --------N o w I1J91T
d o o r te d e n .
N O W 11188
V I, 4 d o o r. .
N O W 11005
1967 F O R D V I. 4 d o o r a U U o n w a g o n
W a t IU 9 6
N O W I119S
1964 O O D G S
w afo o .
W a a 11098
I
V I.
FIVE
B U S IN E S S
0 ( Tlw
NO REASONABLE OPTER
REFUSED
FINEST!
ON ANY CAR, TRUCK OR
PICKUP ON OUR LOT
/
1959 CADIl.I.AC Hardtop*'co\ipc. Bclne finish and Inte­
rior looks ab.solutely now.
Exlrnmely low mllenRC.
.......... ^ulJy mulpped. Dlus air.
conditioner ftnd nenrly
new tire.s. Local,one own­
er YOU MUST SEE THIS
TO a p p r e c i a t e
1D57 MERCURY T u r n p i k e
Cmlser. This bPRUtlful 4door hardtop j.s lu-tonp.
green a n d " wfiitc;
fully
])owercd with factory air
conditioning, One loctil
owner. Can not be told
from new.
1958 MERCURY Monterey, 4tioor. Gleaming green fin­
ish
w ith
Mercornatlc
tran.MnLs.slon, radio, heat­
er, power..steering, power
brakes. Bold and serviced
here .since new.
Fully
guaranteed.
1958 EDSEL 4-door sedan.
. ..tone S iren red and white
combination. Thla car has
everything; power steer­
ing, power brakes, radio,
heater an d white wall
tires, REALLY K SHARP
UNIT
1955. BUICK
Special 4-door
hardtop sedan. Equipped
with power fiteering, pow­
er brakes and many other
accessories. Car shows exexcellent care. Very low
mileage. <
T H E IS E N M O TO RS
701 Main East
SAVE (S ON OUR
BANK FINANCING
W Y L H -E -S -—
TWIN FALLS MOTORS
A .k
(IN T n U C K I .A N E
(,>r - N u t l i " o r " W l n d j '’
Your MACK
TRUCK DEALER
THESE A R E
TH E B EST!
1060 I M P A L A S p o r t c o u p s . 4 spse d
tr s n in il is lo n V b ig
V 8 e n g in e,
rodii). h e a te r a n d w h ite w all
t i r w . L>cully o w n e d .
1968 C H E V R O L E T B e l A ir . 4 d o o r .
s e d a n . lU d io . b e a t e r . a u to m s U s
tr a n i m lB s ia n ,
p o w sr
ite s r in g ,
a n d b ig e n g in e .
1060 C H E V R O L E T B e l A l r 1 door
s c tls n . R a d io ,, h e a t e r , a u to m s ti s
t r a n i m is s i o n a n d p o w s r stss r*
in i.
1958 C A D IL L A C 4 d o o r s e d a n . Vow>
• r s te e r in g , p o w e r b r a k e s , r a d i*
a n d h e a te r. L o e s ily o w n e o .
1966 B U IC K S u p e r
s p o r t coupe'.
p o w e r b rsk ea .
T u - to n e p a in t.
1 d o o r h s r d to p ,
P o w e r s te s r i n f ,
r a d i o a n d h s s te r .
SHARP.
1966 O L D S M O D IL E S u p e r 88, h a td t o p c u u p e. R a d io , h e a t e r , su to *
m a tic . tr a n s m U s Io Q a n d locally
ow ned. L ik e ^ e w . '
Y O U R EE
M O TO R CO.
LINCOLN MERCURY COMET
6 6 4 M a in A v a. S o .
CARS
BE M ill
W IL L S
tr m n s m lis lo n .
V ery
e lo a n . i
J u s t .................................................J lf l9 6
We must 6ell tHess carj now
4 -d o o r
S-4420
W E M EAN
CHEVROLET
USED
B A R R IE R !
1959 C H E V R O L E T
W a a 11006
L A N E W EST
.iflfifl r.HEvnnf.pr-.Biw»
- H E A B Q y A R T E R S -------- s e l i
__mokir,..sl*mlird-
.S M A S H E S P R I C E
1950 C A D IL L A C
W a n 13806
T R U l'K
i.iV*- n .n n h in g o f v « iin - fi*r
GLEN G. JENKINS
HO M E OF
OK
HANZEL
door
tU U o n
N O W 1695
FOR
1060 T R I U M P H T R 3 , h a n i l o p ,' a n d
s o f t to p . 4 s p e w l t r a n e m U s io n .
O n ly 2 ,0 0 0 m ll e a . lo c a l m r wxk !
I T h e w .................. .........................12406
1868 C H E V R O L E T B c l A i r 4 d o o r se dan.
V 8
m o tu ^ .
p o w e r id id s
tr m n a m i* * io n . R e d u c e d to ...,H 7 0 6
1869 C H E V R O L E T
Im p a la 4 _doO r
hm T iltnT Jr‘B l |( “ VB m o u ir , p o w c r gU de tra n a m ls a io n . p o w er s te e r iiiff, p o w e r b r a k e s . R e s i S h a r p ,
1038 P L Y M O U T H 4 d o o r s U t l o n w aK oii. ti c y l i n d e r m o t o r , i t a n d a r d
t r a n f tm l s s io n ^ .............................81306
1058 ( :H K V R O L ^ r ^ 2 d o o r s t a t i o n
w a g o n , tl c y l i n d e r moU>r, s t a n d ­
a rd
tr a n a m ls s iu n
w ith
o v e r­
d r i v e ......................... ....................... t i i o s
_l?5fl_Qia>SMQBlLE - . 8 8 ^ _duut_
H yydram
d r a m aatlo- traiiinilHi^lon.'
H
radio and hcntcr. tu-iune puini.
dan.
........................................8906
1668 F O R D
H a r d to p
V ic io r l a !
V8
m o to r.
F o rd o m a tic
tr a n a m iits l u n , n e w t u » to n « p a in t. R e a l
__..NIc«-.... ......... .............. -010961966 D O D ( iB C u i t b m R o y a l 4..cloi»r
h a r d t o p . VB m o t o r , p o w e rtrlid e
_Dtt«£L—ilccdmu
R e a l N ic e .
..,1896
BEST BUYS
U S E D P IC K U P S
1866 C H E V R O L E T t \ 0 . 4 d u o r s»<
d a n . V 9 m o t o r , s t a n d a r d tr a n s *
m la r tlo n . t i^ n p a i n t , n*w s e a t
c o v ers
.............................................|0U 6
- STATION WAGONS
K A M B L iS U ’ V I U m g m l A l l M r '
« a g o Q . 4 d o o r, p o w t r tte tr i& f .
p o # s r b r tk c a , n i d i o , h M t « r a n d
a u t o m a t i e tr a o s m l s t l o n * 11.000
m llc*< O n e o w n e r i o& ijr
1959 FORD
F o f i i o r c m in tr y
VR (tnfflne.
' r a d io , h e a le r , F o r d o m a tle a n d d a rk
b lu e .
^
______
1959 PLYMOUTH
$1995
1969 R A M B L E R 8 C u s t o m , l U t i o a
w a g o n . R a d io , b e a t a r a n d a u tO "
---------- m t t l c ' t r t f t i m l u i o n r - O f l i 'i J w n i r r f
------------------------ --------------------- 12196
F u r d o r , S u l m r b a n . VH e n g in e , r a ­
d io , h e n te r , T o r g u c f l i t e tr a n s in ls s io n ,
p o w e r » t e c r i n f . p o w e r .r e a r w in d o v '.
19159 FORD
.. .
1968 F O R D V I, c o u n t r y *e d * B . B a d lo . h e a te r a n d a u t o m a t i o tra n s *
B i ls s lo n . O n ly ............ ............ .|1 6 9 i
$2195
. ! ; 'o ! ^ t a > a n A r y r * -
d io , h e a t e r .
a io n . p o w e r
C r u U c o m a tlc t r a n i m l t
s te e r in g , po w er se A t
^1^5£^F0RD
H»H:=PliVMQUXUr^tp<=d(WPl*(l«i
R a d io , b e a te r a n d
i r a n s m liil o Q . O n ly
?2195
auU > m stis
F o r d u r c o u n t r y s e d a n . VR e n g ln s ,
r a d io ,
h e a te r,
F o n l o n is tl c .
pow er
a te c r f n tr , T u - t o n e D row n a n d T a n .
1959 FORD .
1968 C H E V R O L E T V S . 4 d o o r bard *
t o p . R a d io , b e a t e r a n d p o w srg l i d s tr a n i m l s i i o n . 0 n l y . . , t l 0 6 0
$2195
jntry—Bedjim
enjriner
r a d io , h e u te r , C r u U e o m a tlo I ra n o m la r f i o n ,- p o w e r s t e e r i n i r , a i r c o n d itio n *
i n g k n c l^ lo w m i l e a g e .
1066 O L D S M O Q IL E
88.
4
door le .
-------^djmTnuaiarTnatrt'TtnrTiFafP'
$1695
m a tie
F o n l u r c o u n t r y s e d a n . V 8 e n g in e ,
r a d io . . h e a t e r , a u t o m a t i c tr a n s m is *
a io n , p o w e r a t e f r l n g , - tu lo n e p a in t.
U a n s m iiiio a . O n ly ..f ll9 l
1868 B U I C E < d o o r, R l v l e r * - h a r d t o p
sed an .
Pow elr
b r a k e s , p u w sr
• l e e r l a g , r a d io , b a a t e r a n d a u to m a tie tr a n s ia iu l o a . O o ljt^ tQ H
$1395
1957 FORD
1968 C H E V R O L E T
i d o o r s U tlo n
w a s o n . 8 c y l i n d e r m o to r , a la n d *
a rd
tr a n s m is s io n ,
ru n s
re a l
g o m f ..............................................^ ..1746
.
**W h«re e u s lQ m s n • t n d ^ t b e l r i r i n i i "
'i m
Ato
1958 FORD
F o r d o r c o u n t r y s e d a n . R a d io , h e a te r .
F o rd o m a tio
tr a n e m i s s l o n
and
tu to n e .
1 9 M D U IC K 4 d o o r t e d a n .
lO W - 1 7 9 8 — — 1 8 6 8 -P L Y H O U T i t S a v o y , 4 d o o r s » - ..
(Ja n . V B m o t o r , s t a n d a r d t r a n a I do o r. M d a a .
m U s lo n . 8 P E C U L O N T H IS ^
W a a 1796
N O W 1698
1964 P L Y M O U T H 4. d o o r s e d a n .
^N^* 1 8 8 1
N O W 169 5
1061 B i n C K S p e c i a l 4 d o o r s e d a n .
D y n a f j o w t r a n s m i s s i o n ........ 1106
1 9 M . P L Y M O U T H V I i d o o r,
J V u - t f i J L ----------------------- _ W O W - » 4 9 5 19S0 C H E V R O L E T
4 d o o r sedan.
1988 8 T U D E . I d o o r l U t l o n w a g o n .
S t a n d a r d t r a n s m l s s i o o . ....y ....|7 6
W as 1696
N O W |4 9 6
1988 D O D G E 4 d o o r « e d a a .
W a* 1605
.
NOW 1448
1868 P L Y M O U T H 4
W a* 1498
<loov M d « n .
N O W 1308
1068 C H E V . 4 d o o r
W u 1806
a U U o n n a ffo n .
N O W 1698
1066 P O N T IA C 4 d o o r s e d a n .
W a s 169 6
NOW
1491
1 9 9 8 - F O R D V I. 4 d o o r i e d « n .
W a* 1798
NOW
t6 8 B
O sIA Ir t d o o r. '
N O W |2 9 S
1 0 8 4 C H E V ilO L E T
W aa 1496
1961 D U l G K ''l 4loor. h a r d t o p .
W a s 1898
N O W I1 B 8
-i9M-i^i\DicARD-rtf«ni<nnr--------
1966 P L Y M O U T H
S u b u rb a n .
------ -«n.Uh—
P IC K U P S -
A«<llo
■ |i
$1188.
$1588
Kl Ogmlno o cylinder, standard
tronj,, radio. Save 1112.00 off
average re ta il price.
___
lU S C IIE V .
W m lU jlt
V I,
m 7 .0 lir.V .
W m IliD I
V I,
U
Io n , 4 ip M d
Io n , 4 ,i p « < l
ilo w l i m
54 .to n ',
'
r ip « d ,
now
Sow
W IR T H L IN ■
USED
GAR LOT
W m l» l
, > ' N O W IS » 9
l o s s C H E V , L o n f w l m l b « i i . I to n ,
W *< 1005
IM S D O D O B
W m I8 « S
' Lot P h o n e -^ BA 4-I1245
Homo Phono its: 3-01l)0
____ Iv» SrooXs, Manajer .. _
« . to n
NO W IS ti
,
NOW |2 »
M any o l then cars are com­
pletely reconditioned and In
flna Uiape.
HANZEL
— asi-SO rH N G O L N .— ,
CHEVROLET
'
COMMERCIALS
1 N '» U P E « T
1957 CHEVROLET $1095
Vj t o n . H e a t e r ,
w in d o w . 6
d u ty r e a r J
m is s io n .
w ra p
‘
a ro u n d
1866 C H E V R O L E T X d o o r a e d a n ^ R * .
d lo .
h e a te r
and
jK iw ergliila
re a r^
SEE
IT
TODAY I
1957 CHEVROLET $1195
Vi
t o n , 8 - c y l i n d e r e n g in e , lo n g
w h e e lb a s e . 4 s p e e d tr a n s m is s io n .
I860 C M C 2 lu n . L o n g w h e e lb a s e ,
t r u c k . B i g 0 i;) u to r . 4 sp e e d to r*
w ard ,
2 apeed
a x le . 8.26x20
t i r e s . 16 ( o o t f l a t r a c k ........ 12406
1966 C H E V R O L E T 4 d o o r . V 8 s s ila n .
lU d i u ,
h e a te r
and
su n d srd
t r a u s m i i s l a a .....,------- m m i 1 7 ^
1958 CHEVROLET $1395
^
t o n A P A C H E . L o n g w h e e lb a se ,
VB e n g i n e . 4 s p e e d „ tr a n i m l i s l u n .
r a d io , h e a t e r , l u * to n e p a in t, m u d a n d
s n o w r e a r tir v s .
1B66 F O R D
to n p ic k u p . * U ra n d
n e w VB m o to r , 4 s p e e d t r s i i a m l s s i o n . 6 p ly t i r e s . N 6 w ....llU 9 8
1064 P L Y M O U T H B e lv e d e r e , 4 d o o r
s e d a n . C o m p le te ly o v e rh a u le d ,
o n l y ______________________ ..- I 4 8 6
1957 .CHEVROLET $1095
1966 F O R D 2 t o n . L o n g w h e e lb a s e
t r u c k . V 8 m o t o r . 2 sp e e d - a x le .
8 .2 6 x 2 0 t i r e s w i t h s t a k e tU f k ,
______________________________ 11096
'V j t o n , S c y l i n d e r e n g in e , d e lu x e
c a b . H e a te r, g o o d ru b b er, 8 sp e ed
tra n s m lis io n .
J 86I^ O a 0 4 4 -toB-piekupr-V8 motorr^ -1957-eHEVROLET-$11954 s p e e d t r a n s m i s s i o n . neW p a i n t ,
Vj to n .
.- ^ ..„ ..,« - J J O W .|1 4 8
I«51 Ifono H ton, t »>«d.
ittcrlng and low mllcnge,
I B l M l l n 'E a s I ’
lOM FORD 2 diKir »Nlan. niullo.
hcai«r. VH ni(>li>r. *(unil>iiil
tranp>nii*«ic)n and tu-|one palnl.
Kxtrn nice .
):tl5
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
C lo se d S u n d a y
N s ls C o a u
1U !« K O IJD I c |r ||n d . r «
Pickup, 6 cylinder enjlne, 4epeed transmlulon,
Radio, Heater, Wiiitcwnll tires,
■
1056 ninCK alalion. wnu.m, lUdi.i.
heulvr, automatic tranxniiNitiiin,
tu-t<in« paint. tinte<l glnoa ami
____ aoud. Liri:!. iluna4tuu4.j----- i'lii
600 Block 2 n d A v e. S o u th
: Wm |I« 6
RANGH W AGON
'
1U4S h O H I)
N
rilO.VK lOA 4-2877
1056 CHKVi^OLKT ll.-IAlr J
.eiTadio. healer, aiiUiiiwiiu'
tniiianiUHiiin, power braki-^. tutune paint, tlnleil ulnxa and
w h k e wall lltva. tiharv .
tlVfi
BOB R E E S E
M O T O R GO.
$ lm
lion.
•F O R D .
OR T R A D E
105,0 l U K V n O L K T ., W s f f o n . C lea n .
.Sim ndi gixul. W o r th th a m o n e y
-1184
1 9 i2 I)IU){;K. ie d * n . C l e a n ,
-.1100
liiiT tllilniiiut>ile
|-'\o<*Iletit eondilion, Inouir*
(lixir. \ \ I
E A 4-4821
W a* 1 8 0 8 '
4957
V) d O E P T I O N A U * Y
I ’O n s A L E
11208
■ T P IC K U P S -T R U C K S
..
P4ckup,. 12C” wheel b4w,
.*lnder engine, 4-speed trans., _l»5«-INIEm iA W 0N AI.-U -ion,------cusTom cab, very good condP~ W m I 120t
N o w ID tl
•B U Y -^ E L L
1948 S T U D K IIA K E R p i c k u p ___ :..|1 4 5
1068 B U I C X
-P O S T E R .
_______
i d<‘'i
1«67 CHKVIllll.Kr I ,l,..r ...Un,
llraler, aiilotiiiiiir IraiMiiiis^ion,
, pv'vrr pao, a|>.>t hijht. Kxrellrnt
cundillon .
tUU&
1966 M ERCURY M o n U re y .
4 - d o o r .............................................1798
1867 G H ^ V . B s l A l r .
W a * I IZ 9 6
.
4-Door.
56 C H E V .
lutomatlc transmlulon, power
nuM
1967 C H R Y 8 L R R
N ew Y n rk e r .
4d o o r . R eal n ic e .....................) 1 6 9 5
i f l2 4 5
Sedan delivery, 6 cylinder en­
gine, good condltloti, B&ve
1332,00 .off average retail price.
181 p e r m o n th . N e w e a m p tr .
H om e T o w n T n * i l s i ^ S * l g a ^ iB.
CAIN’S, INC. '
M l,
Belvedere 4-dobr V8 engine.
torque-fUte, power steering,
radio, heater, gold and white,
2-tone.
c o n d itio n ,
VO LK SW AGEN
1U 6U ^£U -I-'00T U r M t L a k e s d e lu x e w ith
w a s h in g jn ic W n e . 18,600 c i i h . ln t* rm o u n tn liy . T r a i l e r C o m p a n y .
*
11396
$1285
52 S T U D E .
1957
A l l t S T IIIiA M i n i i K c i llk lll l o m In l r » el tr a i le r s . S t s y o u r d e a l e r a t Ulus
L a k e a T r a ile r P a rk ', H ig h w a y OJ N o rth .
R m I,
IN RUPERT
to n
1861 I S ' T R A I L E R c o m p le t e w i t h «v«rr>
■ t h l n i » IIO M .
C o m e t o U « f c « f * ln
is p o t.
I n tf rm o a n ls in
T ra ile rs .
RE
3-S44Z.
CLOsii] OUT I
.
57 C H E V .
4-4324
e u h . T h is b e i U ' ‘« m - * l l . .lo U r m o u n *
1 0 .! 5 %
1858 C H K V R O L E T 4 -door
B e l-A lr ..................................... 11806
Bela^r 4 -door — V8 engine —
turboglide,
jwwer
steering,
power.' ‘braked,’ radio, heater,
yellow a n d white 2-lbne.
ton pickup, 4-?peed V8 en­
gine, excellent tlrcn,
4-6378
J e ro m e -
Bclair 4 door, standard tran slnder“' ’enBlne. 4-specd tran snilMlon. custom cab, very good
condition.
•NBw--cDiiir-i4t)uo.oo.-no’n«dtfr^3Tfl^VH- r r L
- ™ mtfnryT?z:^-^pi'^^
, H , KOPPEL a r ^ - ' -
a i a tl o n
)UD&
1 9 i 6 C H E V R O L E T B e l- A lr,
4-doof ............................................. H i t
COMMERCIALS
49 F O R D
?188
SPAETH
M O T O R GO.
F O U S A 1 .K : ll>iU U r n t U k e a t r a i itr ,
10 x 6 0 , 2 b«<lroon\s. W a s h e r a n d d ry er.
See
H ey b n rn r ia r a g e .
m lH
1967 P L Y M O U T H
4 -d o o r,
w *gon. l2 ) .....................
$485
60 F O R D
JA N U A R Y
-
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1948 P O N T IA C , C le a n in s i d s . S o u n d s
U'UVI ...............................................I 9 (
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1966 C H R Y SLER
N ew
Y o rk e r . 2 d o o r h a rd to p
................
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SA LES
58 F O R D
2 t " H O t'iM A N T V c o n i o l ^ V j r j j o o d
— 1967 C H E V R O L E T .V -8 210 4 » d o o r
— « » a i t i m . ~ w u r —i » ' c ( i n n . u j s i - i i i ! :
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4 -d u o r S e d a n .
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1867 I M P E R I A L 3 • d o o r H a r d to p .
p l a n c i . C o a t a n d S a l m t r b s a d lo'
F u l l P o w e r . A i r c o n d itio n in g ,
s tr u m s n t s .________________________________ _
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4 6 8 0 , G o o d ing .
F O U S A L tf r i M n c h S ilv e r to n e
140. Phone R E M 5 0 7 .
VB. p o w -
2 . to n . L o n g
- s p e e d . 6 .2 6 'a .
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. 1968 C M C ^ 2 - to n . I>onir
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rKoadltiODed, g u a r a n t e e d I lk * n e w . ^
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a o n a h la r a te s . U a k a n 's
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JitU a rf dow n, t h r e e y e a r a
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BsU Poal and P o le .
m i l « s a o u th
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C a U C h a iu r
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|'J 1 9 6
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1D67 P O N T I A C VH J - d o o r . C j e a n .
m e c h a n ic a lly g o o d , n e a r ly n e w
tir e s ,
C A I N 'S
ftn n ^ iK K E lF ^ m llv B rfo o ri
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M V m iO N A L a q u a t^ t u b
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1968 C H E V R O L E T B e l- A ir, 4 - d o o r.
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a|] Gunrantccd. Used
Appliances and TV
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su n
to
f g e . A ll
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R E 3-1823
1958 F O R D S - c y lin d e r. 4 -door
CAN BE SEEN
JE R O M E
^lll ^ I
m ack: vallkvs,
1966 D O D G E C u a to m R o y a l, 4 .d o o r
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Il«s.l tf.KKi
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1940 F O K iy VS \ii-io n . J l u n s O.IC.
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SA LE
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V l'l" v»v
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1960 ( ) l J ) S 6 ! 0 n i L E 88 S e d a n . R u n s
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K r«ngel‘« t l a r j y u r e .
Win d o w s h a d e 9 9Sa
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m rtifth
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RK
1 95 8 D eSOTO F ire d o m * , 4-door
c le a n ....................................
Heater, radio, sun top.
mileage and good I
$1195
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Ux&U i l r (o rc e b u j l d l n g .
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^
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F o r f u r n i tu r e — A p p lia n c e a — T h l n p
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B A N N IR F U R J J IT U R *
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P h o n e KE l-H Il
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o r tr»ii«. T w in F a l l s F w r n llu r a
e h a n itr , S20 2 n d A v e n u e S o u lh .
lUo!^ l< ( ! K 'K S|>ecial 2 d o o r s e d a n .
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. ............. .............. |S 2 i
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fTm UoiUsd ooal tv m m c t w i t h b lo w e r
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19:i7 n U I C K S u p e r 4 d o o r h a r d t o p .
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n n f l t i u '. b e a te r, r a d io , e u a lo m
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1957 CH]i!VROLET-$10fl5
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i f n g l n e * . h e a l e r , n e w , ^ t a t c o v e r s , -8
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tir e s
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a g e f o u r t e e n
Jiitors’ List - ~ vPiece by Piece Post-Korean—
-doned houses—brick by brick,
board by board.
‘ ’Among s e v e r a l c lty -c o n •The Jury H at for tho Jan u ary
dem njd properties which h a «
te n n 'o f T^rtn PaUJ^'dlfitrict court •vahlshed T)lece by piece were
^ c l u d u 28 m e n and 13 women. O f
two apartm ent buildings.
I f - th e 40 persons selected,, 25 live In
The thieves took anything
" T W tin ’^ ll5 rtiv r1 n "P ilc rttn d “BuW7 't h a t can be knocked loose, IrF
th re e In Kim berly and two in M urcUidlng bathroom fixtures and
tau g h .
kitchen sinks.
Named to Jury duty froni T w in
PaHa are R o b ert Bellini. 511 ■Sec­
o n d . avenue w est^ A. O. Benoit.
S ta te ap artm ents: Mrs. Claude
Brown, 5T., 412 Fourth- avenue
n o rth ; Chorleen Bosaerman, route
-H ugh-C alV -3W -F lllm -lOro I Bm tLE yr-J anr-15°=Mfi
Btreet; W illiam h . Chnnccy'. 1350 J I. Carpiody will be hostess in be­
Six th aVenue east; 0 . W. Coiner, half of the Burley -Saroptlmlst
1336 Poplar avenucj_,ftnd H enry club for the first, coffeeth'on for
a t h ,flve the, bffneflt of the M arch of Dlmea,
llrwOT-announced-durtng -its-W td^
Louis B. E . . Dauplaise, 326 Blue nesday business' luncheon meeting
* Lakes boufevard n o rth ; M. E. Doll- a t Nelson’s cafe.
InR, 1430 M aple avenue: Thom as
Mrs. Carmody stated th a t any­
W. Driscoll, ro u te 3; Clinton E arl, one Ls welcome to attend betvyeen
ro Jte 1; Cleveland K. EBberL.'.ail
a.m. and noon Thursday nt
Locuivt street, a n d R. H. Fllnn, 388 her home. 1825 Burton uvenuc. A
Heyburn avenue west.
silver oflenn« will be ‘.aKen which
L. M. Pi’ancis, 004 Fourth av e­ will be turned over to the March
nue west; ^Im o C. Green. 807 of Dlme.s campaign. Women frdm
T h ird avenue” west; J. 0 . Hayden, other club.s are invited and other
route 1: Larry Horejs, 348 Mndi&on groups will add Co the chahi of
street; \v a rrc n E rjew eil, 5B5~RT coffeethbn.s.
tu ras drive; Alvle B. Knight. 560
Aunbuncement was made th a t
.H eyburn avenue west; Mrs. I*'^ml Don Dumas Ifl the/1001 March
Matsudn. 369 Washington slre e t of Dimes chairman and Mrs.
n o rth ; Roy D . Scott. 1345 N inth Leonard King l.s the courav chair­
avenue oast; H . H. Soper, 305 T hird man this year. The late Hob Pence
avenue west; Verla Tarter. 1344 has held this past for many years.
Frem ont drive, and Coraells VlsThe Soroptlmlst Rocky moun­
eers, 2068 A ddison avenue eastr
tain conference will ‘be held In
Dcnvpc. AVrll 2fl to 30. T h t- group.
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B uhl are R obert Laprny. route plans to send some delegates.
4; M rs.. Jtu n es P. Lynch, 724
The club still has pecaiu. black
Twelfth avenue n orth; Raymond walnuts and almonds to sell. It
F .- O r r , 321 F ourteenth avenue; was reported.
William -A« Stom baugh, box '615:
a n d Afthur J . Wilfion, 130 W alnut
avenue.
Filer Residents who will serve
Include W illiam H. Brake, ro u te
1; Daniel D avis, route 2; Leora
..Dwyer, 117. F ifth street; Roy E a st­
m an. route 2. and Charles C. H art,
000' Yakima avenue.
TTie tliree Kimberly residents
nam ed are F ra n k M. Drake. M rs.
M axine L arsen, and A rthur N.
Walker.
Jurors from Murtau^rh will be
w illiam A. B radshaw and ArlLss
Lee.
Term Listed
Coffeethon Set
'By Burley Unit
WASHINGTON; J a n . 13 (DPD-A
total of 4.5 m illio n . postrKorean.
war veterans would be made eligi­
ble for the 0 1 bill of rights by a
^lll,-lntroduccd-by-3l-sonators.
'A n identical bill passed the sen­
ate last, year 67 to 31, but'died in
the house veterans committee. . |
The chief sponsor. Sen. Ralph'
W. Yarborough, D., Tex., aald the
bill was patterned afte r the World
war *11 and K o rean war acts but
th a t the benefits were pealed!
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m Fun
The measure, introduced yester­
day. would provide educational
benefits for veterans^ who served t
between Jan. 31. 1055, and July 1,
They would Receive l ‘,a days of ;
schooling fof, ea ch day of service,
with a limit o f 36 months. P a y -;
ments would be $110 monthly for
single veterans and up to $165 a
month for a m arried veteran wlih
two children.
Tlic mea>;ure also would provide
for guaranteed hom e and farm
.loua^. vocational rehabilitation for
disabled veterans, and on-the-Job
trftlnlng-programsr - -
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Insulated Aluminum
HEVBUBN, Ja n . 13-D edloatlon
servloM for H cyburn's new com blp«(H K »tofflco and vlllnge hall
will b i held o t 3 p, ni. Saturday.
The address of welconib will be
given by H arold H urst, chairm an
'o f th e village b oard; Bishop R alph
McCombs w ill offer a dedicatory
pray er. P au l Bryneldsen, field serv ­
ic e officer, representing the poatofflco d ep artm ent, will speak an d
Leo Handy, H eyburn village board
. chairm an, w ill give th e history an d
rem orlu.
Everyon# 'I s Invited. Refreahm enti will b« served.
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That’s what you'll say whon you drivo up to our now Dr^ve-In Window.’ Imagine!
No more par)i{ng problems;.. no walkmg ... no standing b4ine I You bank
right from your cor—cosh a check or make p deposit ii\/l^ than a minute.
Here’s banking at ltd modem beat—fast, efBcient, easy, y
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■HERE’S HOWEASY IT IS TO BANK AT OUR NEW DRIVE-IN WINDOW
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When you drive, up. the teller eitenda on electrlcally-opersted drawer tovwird you.
You place your poMbook, check, cmh, depoeit or withdrawal illp In (h# drawer. An
Inconaplcuoua two-way ipw ker enables you lo (alk wltlT the teUtr in a normal
conversational tone.
SATURDAY l<IIGHT
• Teller, makca th e transaction and again eitendi the drawer to your car window.
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