Distillers Release Grain Stocks for Export to Europe

L A T E B U LLE TIN
W ASaiN QIO N. O e i «
^ U.S. Has No Friends, Taylor
Says in Foreign Policy Attack
T b e United 8U tM b « a 't & M o d
in th« vorld. Sea. O lcn H. Taykr.
X>.. I iU h n id TUMdaor nicht In u
•ddren eonilemntnt tbe U. & tcMS
elgn poUcy end » n ftU<t<d btg
buttQea*mUlUi7 combine that li
m nnlas tbe countiy and ’^runnlof
It to v u d pooalble exUnctloa.**
Flarlac with cqu ii v tic r the p n a
and radio oT the naUoo. Tajrlor said
tbe big oorporaUoDs control e very
th loc and with that I mean tbe
“propajanda that la Uadlni thli
countrr to be the meet baled pover
on earth."
natft w .“ a o t - d o n tto oth ea before
they can d o onto us."
hla.state
_ _
XT. a> was t b t *w«r)d'k mott bated
nation.- th e aaoator said -the R U plBoa d o n t like us because we condlttooed Uxetr tnd^iendenee. foiclns
them t o am end tbetr constltatloo «o
that American corporations could
own m ot* than
per cent ot any
IndusttT in the islands, and esu bllsbtnt mUltaiy b a iu thtoQiboQt
tbelr ooantry.Japaa bate* the U. 8 , be said. be.
ca u se 'tn s te ^ ot taUnt tbe wealth
of tbe nation away from the few
land owners they ate buUdlnt them
praUed Secrelary o l SU te Qeorje up as - a bulwark
O. Marshall u belnt possibly the
greatest mlUtaiy leader o f all time
Chinese coaununltU bate the XT.
but that as head o f the sUte d e. a. b e said, because the U. 8 . backed
partment be was comparable to a Chlanc Kal>sbek. and Chlanc, whom
small town minister sxtddeoly cboecQ he described as the 'Slackest d lc u to be the army chlet ot staff.
tor ot aU times.- bate* America beAdTocalln* a “golden rule- fo r. cauw this countrr <IuJt
him.
et«n policy In repaid to Sorlet Rus>
Indo-Chlneae and
uiuu*v>uuia«
uQ
uQonesianssla. he said that ~we should'do unto bate the United SUtes because of
oth en as we would have them do aid KlTen the Fttnch and Dutch
Oppose Marshall Plan
Distillers Release
Grain Stocks for
Export to Europe
who have -subjusated and enslaved
them - when they, like tbe United
States In 1778. want only -freedom."
-South America &at«s us because
we tiled to force on them at the
recent Pan-American conference an
acn em en t that would bind them to
us In case we were ever atUcked by
an outside power and because we
have, since the end o f the war, fi­
nanced reactlonai7 soremments In
certain countrlee In this hemisphere.
B e h it a t the recent merger o f the
armed forces under a single head,
whom he described as a -man from
Wall street astd 1 Just don't like
Wall street." because should an at­
tempt be made fay the -corporaUonbtg briAs combine- to force a dic­
tatorship upon the country all the
military might would go to one aide
and -with the old system v e might
ba re a few o f the armed forces on
•our* slde.Saytdg (hat Russia was JuaUried
In her attitude toward American
proposals and in her suspicion o(
<c« u«.<m4 m h e * t.
»
Britain Gives More Local Controls
New Plea for
Asked on Farm Plan
Aid Off U.S. WASHINGTON*
Oct 8 (/P)~Secretary of Affriculture An­
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 (-'P)—Secretary of Agriculture Anderson said today that the na­
tions distillers have agreed to make available for export all grain they now hold or have
contracted to purchase. He did not estimate the amount Anderson made ■ ‘
ment In an address to a Na­
tional Press club luncheon as'
President Truman's citizena
committee prepared to re>
quest closing of the dlstilllns
industry for 60 days to save'
grain for European aid. .
Tlie sgrJcnlture secretsrr said &•
Three more suspects have been eliminated o|ter careful favored
conthiued produoUon ot beer
checking as the aearch continues for the person or persons but at a reduced n te tn tbe months
responsible for the recent series of armed robberies in this ahead because beer Is considered, a
vital part ot Uie nourishment ot
area, Police Chief Howard W. Gillette announced Wednesday. many working men.
Since the outbreak of holdups a month ago, a totij of 25
Farm Gresps Pledgv
men have been picked up for investigation, but to date none At Uie White House, President
Truman received a pledge o f "100
has been definitely linked wtih the robberies.
per cent coopentlon” tn the food
One hold-up occurred In Twin Falls Tuesday night, and saving
campaign frwa three m sjor
another Incident was reported at Buhl, which was at first farm organlzaUons.
thought to be a hold-up, but which Sheriff Broda R. Raybom n u plMge of cooperaUoa was
extended to Ur. Truman b r Albert
said Wednesday was a case of
a Ooss. master ot the National
one man pointing a gun at
Orange; Sdward A. OVeal, presi­
another over some personal
dent o f the American Parm Bnreati
grievance. ,
federaUon, and QuenUn Reynolds. .
Suspects Cleared as
Holdup Is Reported
irganliadon, fonned by commuaUt
eoBAtriu. met last n onlh In Poland for the
- the Marsball plan and to flfh t "U. 8. Imperiallia ." Andrei A. Zhdanov (teft), ot the Soviet poUtfanrb, close advisor to
StsUn (right), represented the Rntslans at the Follih conference where
the,new orgmnlxatlon was formed. (NEA telephoto)
LONDOK, Oct. a (UJO-Slr Stafford Cripps, new economics minister, derson proposed today that the nation’s future farm pro­
appealed today In the wake of a gram be centered more in the states and counties.
top to bottom shake-up In.the labor
To do this, Anderson sugsested that fanners elect their
president o t the NaUonal CotmoO o f
cabinet for stop-gap doQtt aid tor
At 11:47 p. m., Aubrey Mays. 19S
own county committees to develop and carry out projects.
Britain and Europe.
Parmer OooperaUves. .
Tyler street, was driving home along
Cripps held the first press con­ State committees would serve as a link between the county
They called at tbe White B o u e to
SevenUi avenue north when a man
ference since he became director groups and the agriculture department.
tell Uie President Uiat their orga­
In a 1937 or 103S black Chevrolet se­
of Britain's hard pr«ssed eccnomy.
nizations will make "an aU out ef­
dan forced the Mays car to the curb,
He
told
the
senate
and
house
agriculture
committees,
He spoke against the backdK^ o f a
fort to meet the critical world food ^
ordered
Mays
from
h
b
car
at
the
BURLEY,
Oct.
S
-H
eavy
to
moder­
gorenunent shuffle which aroused studying a Jong-range farm program, *'It seems to be per­
••
point of an automaUc pistol and ate rains that broke a long dry sltuaUon."
little enthusiasm In the prws and fectly plain that agriculture activities should be brought to
him to hand over his wallet.
speU In Magic Valley Tuesday
which generally held that Prime a focus at one point in every
LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y., Oct. 8 (U.PJ—The Soviet bloc, after told
Mays said that he complied with night helped to quell a 3,000-acre
Minuter Clement AtUee did not
three
weeks
of
silence,
today
rejected
Arab
demand?
/or
heading up U » food conservaUos
the
order
and
the
holdup
nvm
took
county.'
gross
and
brush
f
i
n
along
the
go far enough In merely tiring IS
political control of Palestine and indicated it will support t2l from Uie billfold which he threw Magic Rot Springs road and gener­ campaign, prepared a formal re Anderson said -It Is only good
o f hU ministers.
into Mays' car. Mays chased ally reduced the acute fire hazards «west to the dlsUllIng Industry to
sense- for county groups to take
partition of that bloody area between Arabs and Jews despite back
-Ceald Get By"
clOMd(TO for 60 days to save 10,the holdup car but lost the machine on Under-dry lands.
responsibility for such things as
Arab threats to start a middle eastern war.
Britain could get along without developing their own cooserraUon
going west on Addison avenue. He
The blaze in the Shoshone basin. 000.000 bushels of grain.
further Int* ...............
The tip-off on the Soviet attitude toward Palestine was came upon a police car and reported Clarence Barney, of the district The request was to be presented a«
plans, approving revests for asUnited States. Crtppa said. U she slstaae* from aoU conservation dlsa Ute afternoon conference. Indus­
Uie
holdup
and
aU
care
In
the
vlgrazing
office
here,
reported,
first given by Polish Delegate J. Winiewicz in the United clnlty joined In the chase.
were sure that the Marshall aid trtcta. determtailng farm acreage al­
try leaden Indicated they- were
“definitely man-made, whether _
Nations assembly’s special Palestine committee.
. plan would become effectlre fay lotments and farm marketing quotas
said Uiat the bandit missed cldental or oOierwIse.'’ He Issued a ready to comply wiUj Uie request
WASHINQTOK. Oct. 8 WV-Prealnext June.
The United States—which holds the key to what the U.N. Mays
^
Issue BUtemeat
warning
to
all
persons
to
use
extra­
when such procTU u are in ef­ dent Truman said today that Amer­
large sum of money In a shirt
Asking for aid before the end « t fect, and certifying eligible appUcordinary care with matches and
After conferring wlUi the P n *Iwill
try
to
do'in
Palestine—was
still
Bilent,
although
spokes­
pockec
' the year, Cripps said that Britain ants for farm home adznlnlstraUon ican women can make ."an Invalu­
'• dent, m e farm leaden lamed a
A t 7:09 p. m. two men and a cigarettes.
able contribuUon- to the welfare men indicated Secretary of
contemplated being able to draw on loans.
statement
which jriedged*
Barney
esUmated
ttiat
the
fire,
woman tn a black coupe puUlng a
o t the nation and the world by State Marshall may bo ready
the final |400,0004)I» o t tb s Ameri­
L ConservaUon o f grain sopidles
two-wheeled trailer with a Califor­ ,which started about 3:30 p. m.
-wholehearted support to our food to let bis delegation show Ito
can loan bsfors
1.
nia license drove along side a ma- Tuesday, burned ever about 9,000
savfcig program.« i e British gaiiwnded wlthdrawah,
acres
of
grass
and
heavy
bmsb
cKlne
operated
by
a
■
Buhl
man,
ag a in st.............................
In a nationwide radio address In [land tomorrow.
pointed 0,
callbeB pUtel through land. No j > r e p ^ waa destroyed.'
Wlnlowlot. th^ Polish
Men from the bureau of 'Itttt
the car wlhdo# at'h lm and forced
> Washington, coupled bis state­
him from the road. No money was management, aided by r a o c ttn , c a t t i / ' ^ ' o f I * - « » l a *0 b etf .
[wcinen have a -great opsortunlty" ment o f policy on'P alestlne with a
believed
taken.
'The car coaUnued brought the fire under oonttol as
—
tbelr *^holasome Influence harsh attack on British policy there.
about
2:30 a. m . Wednesday. ‘Die
down
Uie
road
after
stu
p
in
g
the
■
________ gly effective'' In building He charged that Palestine was a
rain started abotit that time and uve dairy herds and poultry yi«v»v«
man. police reported.
a better vo rld "by the fuU use o f "powder-barrer today largely beRep. John Sanborn expects to
Later whUe the car was In a soaked the scorched la a d i effee- , 8. EUmlnaUon of * * d
ausa of Britain’s policy of .“divide make a "grass roots" tour o f the
your power at the ballot box."
Uvely
putUng
out the lire and mak­ j o s m
careful harvesting and
T t e departSMnVi proposal for r«>
Buhl service staUon getting gaa
It empera" (divide and rtile).
o t -rlght and left w tn g'u w ittH
Mr.
IVuman
said
the
responsi­
entire
second
congressional
district
ing
It
urmecessary
to
patrol
Uis
o r -aod a in liln g- f a r m
Britain's policy, he said, has not before returning to Washington, the man who was forced from the endangered area, Barney
the government TlrtuaUy
bility fo r tbe success o f the food ^ (iM B te ^ g ^ q iu le k i«otesU saving program ''rests very largely been directed toward the Interests D. 0. In late December, he sa’d road stopped there. One man Jump­
although u baekbenebm , Iwgely
Though the rain reduced the fire
ot Palestine. Even today, be added, during a atop In Twin Falls Tuesday. ed from the car and help a rifle on h aard for the present, Barney
teftwlngeti, were talHQ tato « ib with the American housewife."
i^ ^ th lrd major step in Presklent
the SrIUsh press la asking In con­
:ordtnate posts as patUameBtaty ~ R n r «s«a te ttM Pac^ D , O a , a
First meeting o f the tour has been the Buhl resident until the tank was predicted the prevaUlng winds
-S
h
e
Is
an
Indispensable
fighter
nection with Britain's withdniral: set tentaUvely for Oct. 13 at Idaho filled. After threatening to ahoot would dry up the moisture and
secretanu and u n d O M a tta riiir^ aamber o t tha agrlcultur* com I
o
ur
war
against
hunger,"
he
went
An authoritative aoun* said that mlttes. c a l M tt *teodemtetlon In on. *"nte American housewife has “What will happen to Britain's In­ Falls and a meeting Is being ar­ the man, Uie trio In Uie car drove bring a return o f the dry and dan­
the chaiigos "have been made reverse.- He saM, "U U an abandon­ never faUed her country when she terests in the near east?"
ranged for Twin PalU on Oct. 16. off and offlcen failed to relocate gerous condlUons.
them despite road blocks thrown
ment o t baslo prtoclplts ot parity,
His most vehement
solely t o ...........................................
he said. Representative Banbora up around the town.
«h« 5 «ea bare raised their margin,
n Is hard t o bellevt that congress has been called upon to sacrifice In
declared that he Intended to visit as
BAIN WETS SnOSOONE
or down payment, rcqulreotent on
ever wlU a d r ^ luch a program." Its Interest. X know she will not fall
many communities In the district
SHOSHONE; Oct. 8-H eavy rain n a ln deals for f u t w d S S S a S
Rep. William & BUI. a. Colo., In the gr«at task now before us.”
recent “Qcodus cose" In which Jews
Xf
the
w
om
en'of
America,
he
went
during Uie night brought reUet t
another committee member, told
yesterday on
ere relumed to Oermany.
Betora
Prera
Tour
n. -exert the tremendous moral
dry lands of thU vleintty, tha dis­ a i^grani of self-denial o f meat,
a reporter “ there^ going to be a
T
h
ose
who
believe
In
the
value
^
trict grazing office reported Wed­ poultor and eggs.
The congressman waa returning
real totUe before the partly foraiuU force for good which they possess we o f an international dociunent con­
nesday morning. However, winds
Charles Luckman, chairman of tha
U changed. aiKl X predict there shall make greater and more lasting cerning a Jewish homehind In Pal- from a five weeks’ tour o f Uie west
that continued during the day may c it lz w food committee, anansed ta
w ont be m uch change in It at all.*^ progress In overcoming the other esUne.” Winiewicz said, "are now by the house public lands sub­
cause the relief to be only ot s mret wiUi approximately 129 too o fdlfflculUes that concern us and the sltUng behind barbed wire In Oer- committee o f which he Is a mem­
PamtUa Prateeta FatwMrs
temporary
nature.
worid.liquor Industty
dlsman campe. guarded by German ber. He Joined the group at Billings.
Present parity Is a formula
policemen, many o f whom roost Mont. The congressmen visited
designed to give farmers the same
Long Drive Predicted
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8
—
probably took part In the massacre Bawilngs, Wyo.. Orand Junction,
purchasing power they had In some
S e c ta r y of Agriculture Andenon
The elfecuve program being car­ p u t favorable period, usually 1909o f the Jewish population In Oer­ Colo., Balt Loko City, Utah, and Senator Ball. B „ Minn., and Chair­
jh e n m ^ o a tour of Idaho, stopping man Herzog of ths naUonal labor
ried on by the Snake river area 1S1«. ] t Is used as a guide by the
many olter 1033.
relaUons board agreed today that
councU in the InteresU ot Maglo g o v e ^ e n t t o determining the level
Replying to Arab demanda for pol­
After leaving Idaho, the party the CIO and AFL wUl n ot be re­
to be continued unUl Uie IMS wlnValley Boy Scouts was w a r ^ com­ at which It w ia support prices.
itical Independence for Palestine
STCPHENVILLE, Nfld.. Oct. 8 (/P>
mended by o. B. Bvensozx. assistant
with the Arabs In control, the Pole visited the Orand Coulee dam, Mt. quired to file financial statemcnta —The mechanlcally-gulded U. S. t ^ h r e t crop Starts moving n e «
T^e new tormuU prcqtosed by the
Rainier naUonal park near SeatUe; under the Taft-HarUey act.
national director o f rural ScouUng. agriculture department w ^ d boost
BOISE, Oct. 8 ftUO— The Xdaho said:
Skymaster ^ b e r t S. Lee took o ff at
baUonal pork, Bonneville
Anderson did not mention the
This, Ban told reportere. follows 7:32
New York City, when he appeared price parity fo r livestock and dairy public utlUties commission today re­
"We say that such a solution o( a Olympic
ajn. BST today for Wllmlngtan.
dam, and the following places In
beforo secUonal meetings o f council products and fewer It on grains and affirmed vrtth minor excepUons, In­
l-naUonal state could n ot be the California: Redding, Sacramento from the 4 to 1 board decision yes- O., after a successful robot flight liquor montorium speciflcallv Sa
eaid Uie meaUess a S d S & l S
leoders at Shoshone and Twin Palls
creased exchange and toll rates pre­ right and Just one at the present Fresno, San Pranclsco. Los Angeles Wrday that top CIO and APL of­ yesterday across the AtUntlc.
Monday and Tuesday evenings.
It m suggested to a Joint meet­ viously granted the Mountain States moment. Wo see no possibility for w d San Bernardino. Prom Los ficials need not sign non-commun­
The plane, which flew tO Stephen- u S t S S . ° "
Final session o f the aeries Is set ing of house and senate agrteulture Telephono and Telegraph company, close cooperation between the Jew­ Angeles, the solons flew over the ist pledges In order for offlUated viUe from Lyneham. Eng., in M
I f farmen cut down on the feedfor Wednesday evening a t Burley, committees as part ot a long-rmnge but m ade the rates effective only to ish and 'Arab groups within the Colorado river system, Includlns unions to make use o f NLRB faciU- hours and 11 minutes, passed oi
Ing of grains to Uvestock. b e told
boundaries o f one state o f Pales­ the All America canal and Hoover Ues.
TWs gathering Is set for « p. m. at **7*
o f -organised susUlned Jan.. 1949.
Charlottetown, P £ J ., today at 0:
a news conference. It m v be p oT
The
Taft-HarUey
law
requires
the LD8 seminary, and. unlike the and reallstlo abundanct.tine."
T he order came from a rehearing
. ;
dam and went 200 miles up Uie that unions desiring to use NLRB ajn.—right on time.
aible to do away wlUi the s e lf-d ^ a l •
two previous meetings, this will not
In sa n PMd S ^ ply
o f the application o f the company
The plane carried an air force
Colorado river to the Orand canyon. focIUtlcs must file financial state­
Itte department said congreu In for authority to Increase Its rates,
be a dinner affair, aooordlng to
x w o f 10, commanded by Col,
They also Inspected the water ments and their oUIcers must make
Herbert R. West, Snake river area the future should take s t t £ to sm the total Increase amounting to
supply of Los Angeles.
James M. Olliesple. San Antonio,
The departmeril of agriculture an­
aflldavits that they are not com- Tex.
council executive. A dinner will be to It that people get -what they about tSW.OOO annually.
Ends at Ely
munlsta.
nounced yesterday that about 81 held at 6 p. m^ however, for com­ want and need to eat.Commlsslonere w. B. Joy end H.
No one touched controls of the big MO.OOO pounds of frozen c«gs wblck
Since soon after the law’s enact­
TOe tour ended wlUi a hearing
missioners of Scouting districts In
to the day when world K. Beamer signed the opinion. Presi­
at Ely, Nev. The subcommittee con­ ment. there had been controversy C-M until the aireraft came to Har­ It holds will be offered f « s 5 T to
food^ortagea lessen and the Ameri- dent Bert Auguer dissented In what
Minidoka and Cassia counUea.
field for the landing. Then baken ond other food.procesBon as
ducted hearings at most of the os to whether that provision ap­ mon
M farmer again may be threatened he called the -deducUons" of hU
Attend MeetlBg
Olliesple took over. Be explained soon as Uiey are n e e d e d T ^ ^
places Uiey visited. However, they plied only to Individual unions or
by ^Ice-deprcsslng sarphuw. Uie
DUniXY. Oct. S -D lc k Maughn made several sldetrlps to Inspect also to Uie porent ATI. and CIO that automatic landing faclUUes
About 33 leaders attended thi department called tor a -Hoor" colleagues but concurred'ln the ma­
That amount la equivalent tb ■
jo r provisions o f the new order.
were not available here. It was the about
was appointed today by Mayor Joe dams, reservoirs, prospecUve devel­
Monday dinner meeting a t the Me-- under food consumption,
48,100.000 dozen shell eggs. •
food
original order, dated lost Jan. Peters to the post o f city
Pall hotel in Shoshone, and about stamps or other means. If neces­
Ball Is chairman o f a joint senate- first Ume the “mechanical brain**
opments and oUier facliiUes con­
Tbe department also has 28,400,BO were on hand fo r the TUttday sary, Such fo o d coupons were U- 10. allowed for a peimanent In­ from the first ward to fill Uie
nected with trrigaUon. land man- house committee established to keep had been Interrupted In the round 000 pounds of dried eggs, which It
gathering at the Presbyerlab church sued to needy persons In depres- crease In Intra-sUte exchange rates cancy caused by the resignation of -gement, ^ o r a t scrvlce and parks. check on opcreUons of the new law. trip over the ocean.
pians.to seU for shipment.to ahorU
and certain types ot toll or long dis­ Don Oreyot, who Is moving west
here, with Prank i . Oook. Twin
age areas ^ road .
’
InformaUon recorded during the
«laya. enabling them to get
7 ^ councU c h a l r t ^ . presiding at - - at cut rates, with the govern, tance ratea. The new order Issued of town.
tour wUI be laed to formulata legis­
today approves the Increases on a
Peters said he named Maughn to lation for the next session o f con­
ment maMng up the difference.
temporary basis and amended the the Job because h e Is "well versed gress. Congressman Sanborn said.
Scouters from Blaine. Ltncotn and
Other PrepMah ToM
Ooodlng ccoununlUes attended the
Cart C. P s«ln gton . chairman ot old order to provide for a new clas- In electrleai work" and his services
Shoshone loeetlng: while those the agricultare .department price slflcatlon o f the company’s 50 ex- would be valuable In negotiations on
^ a n g e s o n which the rates were a power contract with the bureau
present at the Twin Palls eesslon
••
Ik, OH«.a 1)
o f reclamation.
represented the three Scouting dis­
BOSTON. Oct. B (ffv-C IO leaden
SAN PRANCISOO, O c t 8
tricts o f Twin Falls county, as well
The future o f 300,000 membere of today began re-examining the poli­
as Haselton and Bden.
IDAHO PALLS, Oct. 8 MV-Tdaho “ federal Ubor unions In the APL cies o f their unions on the hot ques- since July l.
.
Area Rates B igb
•nie latest esse reported to tb*
potato shipper welcomed an increase rested today wIUi John L. Lewis Uon o f whether to give non-com­
In his message. D lrccto/ Svenson
In the number of freight car place­ and the federetlon's 68th annual munist pledges to the government stata department o f bealUi was that
pointed out that In the nation only
ments this week, but added that it convenUon.
The S2-man CIO execuUve board o f a four-year-old Boise g ltl ad«
eight per cent of the councils sur­
was itm n ot enough to p r ^ e any
The approxlma(e1y 1,500 small dis­ met In preparaUon for the CIO con­ mltted-to. at. Kike'S hnsplUl late —
pass the Snake river area In serving
ai^eclab le relief.
connected unions, chartered directly venUon opening Monday, and this yesterday.
«C««U||»^ m Psw s.
I)
An i8-QumUu-old CaldweS girl
Placement of 301 cars Saturday, by the APL ccecuUve council In past was the situation:
Although tb # tUit -mtaUess T um - offered previously, and nutomers.
the best steak nlghta occurring . .
waa released from Uie hospital to >
3M care Monday and 178 cars yes­
1. Because of » ruling by the
d^y- sagendercd about the
with a few excepUons. ordered their cently," while *others reported that terday In tbe state Is more than the yearev were left In the cold when
the national labor relaUona board national labor relaUona board yes­ her home today. leavlag 38
favorite
dishes.
Operators
o
f
eating
pubUo iwpoxias u Columbus day
orders for meals containing meat shippers have had for several weeks,
cases there. Nine more are r e e e i ^
ruled
yesterday
that
unlona
gen­
terday.
It
Is
no
longer
necessary
for
In Twtn Palls, aobscquent Tuesdays tttabllshmenta Indicated, however, were about the same aa usual. In a but back orders have also been pil­ erally could use the board's pro- the 11 offlcen o f the CIO to file treatment at St. Alpbonsus hospital : .
that they are planning "to get to­
may be mora effacUva tn earning gether" in the near future to for­ few Isolated cases, customers sent ing up during the shortage.
tecUve machinery even though top non-cooimunlst statements before and 90 In tbe B. P. a B k i ocDTata-.
their bread back as a conservation
Idaho has rolled 6,203 care ot po- API#-«nd CIO—otflcers refused to any o f Uae 41 CIO unlona can ask oent home.
out tha ip lril c t Pnslde&t Ttutaan'a mulate some type of pngram that gesture.
Idaho's polio total Iasi y iir - it ? - :; •
Uie NLRB tor protection or help.
S . " " " '. '
tr a p u M
may bring closer compliance with
this time was 38 cases.
. ' ; . ' . ' •'*
Meat markets noted a'sUght de­ With 7,847
price index declined 10 ccnU In the food eouervattoQ pngram.
c a n In a comparable time
The board overruled lU general
X ThU takes tbe steam rat of
cline la sales, averaging about 25 liMt season.
That waa tb * gtnand ouUook the presidential campaign.
' week ended yesterday, the agency
counsel.
Robert
N.
Denham.
In
his
an
expected
fight
at
the
meetings
One o f the few excepUons to the per cent less than usual, but they
SEC HONT PATAtrrfiM i
reported today.
Wednaaday based o o a spot check
InterpretaUon o f the Taft-Hartley here, because It's now tip t » each
B o ^ O ct r v P H W th «
The Indpx for the latest week amotkg local rfintng eatabUshaients Ktneral lack o t regard for “meat- also noted considerable grumbling
. SEES B P8BU H BOLT
act. by which principle’ union o f- union to decide what It wanU to do,
less T u e s d a y occurred when Sen. about belt Ughtening to feed for­
weeks sUU to ge-.lD tba Z u
dropped to M.83 from U M t a the and meat markets.
wEISBR. OcL a </PKA predlcUon ficcre had to foreswear, commun­ raUier than Uie CIO Itself. . '
Olea a. Taylor and party dined here
'
gn^
M
^ .a
that Russia wUi eliminate S i m
ism. This made«all APL or CIO
A i opCTtore c t ftttaurants. cataa y » « a y evening before he spoke In eign countries.
9.
But
the
CIO
execuUva.
board
J ^ e r a l consensus was that a vol­ Uie-Onited.JiaUons w u made by
T w tn'P aU a. This group made a untary program -at-this'tlme-whcn f t t h e r t . M.-Mulvlblll Of Uie Welser unions whose offleeri'aign non-com- «an sUU recommend-though not Koorded «ls
% e latest level l i «
courw tbe member aeddeatal
studied e ffo rt to avoid ordering meat the public is weary of shortages and Catholle church who returned re­ muniat affidavits eligible to use the
board.
.
.
and stuck t o seafoods and chicken.
tribotaMa'ti.
cently rrom a foiir.month tour of
Denham had said APL top offlCIO President PhUlp M um v'de^
One restaurant operator reported
Ireland. England. Prance. Oermany een. as such, had to sign to make diced to comment on what the mot* bare <____ _
cu rled tttt a x M
that Tuesday evening was "one ot
^ t of heart attaekm
and Italj-.
(CMUsirt M r t « s. C«Ioaa 3)
tag trips..
(CMUaa«4 «a rast I. C«iaaa 4)
Rains Help to
Control Brush
Fire in Basin
Red Bloc to Support
Partition of Palestine
Truman Calls
On Women to
Aid Campaign
Sanborn Sets
‘Grass _Rodits’
Tour of Area
Magic Yalley
Scouts Elicit
Warm Praise
Statements for
AFL and CIO
Are Ruled Out
Robot Plane Goes
To Field in Ohio
Phone Rate Hike
Okay Reaffirmed
By Idaho’s PUC
Maughn Named
To Vacancy on
Burley’s Council
More Cars Fails
To Cut Shortage
First “ Meatless Tuesday” Gets About
Same Response Here as Columbus Day
Wholesale Prices
Index Shows Dip
New NLRB Red Vow Rulin
Polio Toll Raised
Upsets Officials of AFL, CIO To 163 as Tot Hit
PAGBTWO
T IM E S -N E W S . T W I N F A L L S , ID A H O
Ma^c Valley
Scouts Elicit
Warm Praise
<Vtmi Fict Oatl
aumber ot b<7 i prapor-
Om b U BoIn
Woodcraft Maete FrMay
Douglas Bean, editor o f tha Idaho
T h e Nelgbbors o f Woodcraft will
Legionnaire, was a visitor In Bolae meet at i p. m. Prlday for potMonday.
luck luncheon and a business meet­
ing a t U03 S gh th avenue east.
Grange Meet Bet
The Mountain Rock Orange vUl W la n VWUag
■
meet at the Community church at
M r. and Mrs. Charles A. Wing,
8:30 p, m, Prlday. Mrs. August Redwood City. Calif., are visiting
Devries and Allen Devrlet will b« in Tw in Palls. The Wings formerly
Ihe host committee.
owned and operated Wings' resort
along Snake river near Hsgerman
valley.
A daughUr was bom Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Matthews. BUlag O nb In Parade
Wallace, according to word received
AU members of the PronUer Rid­
by maternal grandparents. Mr. and ing club. Inc.. are to meet at 1
Mrs. Lawson Lockhart, Twin Falls, p. m . Saturday at Kimberly high
Tuesday. Mrs. I^atthews Is the form- school, preparatory to appeanng in
Marle Lockhart
a parade there. Secretary Arlene
Lancaster announced Wednesday.
<rm a r> nO M )
American moUrea. the aenator said
“la her shoes we would feel the same
Tbo epMJcer dwelt upon the Im­
way.portance o f the (ponsonng liuUtu* ^ s V. S. haa talked—and fintion i In Scouting uid In turn upoa
anced-Oreece and Turkey Into cloath e InatltuUont) reprcMnUtlves
tag the DardeneUes to Russia, there« h o cooiprlse the council and are tta
"by making It Impcestble for the
key men. He atrcned that the gen­
USSR to have a year-round open
eral potential growth lor the Scoul>
port: we have hogged the oU conIng mortment lla In the rural artaa,
ceealons la Iran; w e.have backed
such aa In south centra) Idaho.
reacttonary lovemmenU in all the
N o w 11 d a ifj w i t h o u t a
Evenaon also brousht out the
occupied countries In spite o f pub­
t r a fjl o d e a th -ln ~ o u r tS agic
point that Scouter* must prepare for
lic reaction la those countries; we
V alley.
Increased demands upon SeauUng
have through our “combine con­
■ as the bOTS bom In the accelerated
trolled press'* given only one aide o f
birth period during the war become
the s ^ to the American public
o f Scouting age.
and that side “greatly exaggerated."
Servloff Yosth
He added aarcasUcally. “I bet
••perhaps more thnn any other
they love us for that.group In America, the people of UiU
It was Secretary MarahaU he said
eouncU are getting their moneys
who refused to give up the veto
irorth fo r support glren the Scoutbtcauae he feared that RussU might
tnir budget," he continued. '*l%e Incommand more voles In the United
vesUnent ta Scouting In this coun­
NaUons than did the United States
cil is a good investment
tcnns of
and tbal it was the United SUtes as
(Tnm Fac* ObO
the effecUve use made o f this
mueh aa Rujala who Insisted on the
affUlated
unions
eligible.
The?
aU
<rrM* Pts* Or*)
tnoner in aerrlng youth." he added.
veto at the San Francisco conferThe official also outlined the were willing to comply except Lewis, ence.
board or the convention might re­
••double-traclt" method by irtUch who blocked all AFL compliance and
Re said that untU Winston Chur­ commend.
shut
o
ff
recourse
to
the
board
even
leaden consist of tliose who vork
chill invented.the “ Iron curtain" It
Last June the executive board re­
dlrecUr with the boys and o f the though a union affiliated with the had not existed and that because commended— In effect— that CIO
administrative group which con­ APL wanted It.
'■ all^
« had become a unions ignore the KLRB as reor­
Members of the AFL oouncll
ducts planning and other deUlls
ganised under the Taft-Hartley
pressed
the
opinion
today
that
the
le u closely related with the Scouts
He said that the
APL officers would have to disclaim sj-eeplng the country In regard lo labor law. It may renew this recom­
themselves.
In order fo r the federal the Soviet threat- atarted immedi­ mendation or It may only announce
Group Named
that cach union Is free to do wbat
In planning the seoion's activi­ locals lo ute the board, because the ately after the war was over ant f lu lu own situation best.
coimcll
members
are
the
only
na­
ties. Chairman Cook has made ap­
that one day the Rualaru had been
Two CIO unloru, the textile work­
pointments o f members of Uie com­ tional officers the federal units the “ heroea ot sta lln g n d " and the
ers
and woodworkers, have officially
have.
mittee to arrange for Ute acnus2
next day the “rlUlans from the
decided to fUe non-communist stateAn amendment to the constitu­ Kremlin."
council meeting In December. On
mens,
signed by Ihelr officers. The
tion.
stripping
the
title
o
f
vice
pres­
"It was started." he said, “In
the nominating comtnltlee arc J. A.
textile
workers sent their affidavits
ident
from
is
council
membera.
In­
order that generals could staj- gen­
Keith, Shoshone, and llalph W.
cluding Lewis, would take care o f erals, colonels could stay colonels to the NLRD this week.
the
controversy.
Beven other CIO unions, Includ­
and in order that the big business
...y and program commit*
On
the
other
hand,
a
separate
de­
such as General Motors and Du­ ing the steela-orkers, auto workers,
Porker Fillmore, Jerome,
and D. R . Young. Twin Palls. Rep- partment could be esubllshed In the pont could continue to get bl* con­ and electrical workers, have an­
resenUiUves of the Mlnldoka-Cossla APL for the federal locals without tracts that they became used lo nounced they would not use th(
robbing the council membera of their during Ihe war years."
faclllUes of the NLRB at present.
iectlon will also be named.
vice
presidential
Utles.
A
separate
Many CIO unions decided lo wait
He added that Russia was .v,
The chairman also outlined work
•iready accomplished In the council department could be established sim­ devaauted by the last war thot they and. see.
this year and of enlargement of the ilar to the ones for m eU l trades "ere in no condition to wage war.
and
the
building
and
construction
He said that he did not know what
executive staff. He announced plans
trades.
should be done but that In his
lo r the fall rally, culminating with
opinion a complete reversal In for­
ft rally to be staged In October.
eign policy would head o ff war.
' Camping Chairman Keith report*
He said that he was not in favor o f
ed that M per cent of all troops In
a bUpartlsan forelgi\ poUcy and ho
the council apenC at least one week
thought thiro should be a DemoIn cam pa last summer, and he out*
lined plans'for-lmprovementa con- ' PIIiER. Oct. ft-Puneral services cn tlo foreign policy, and a Repub­
A special program was preasnt^d
teoiplated. He also urged establish­ for Mra. Robert Pamham, who died lican foreign policy and that he
Id new ofticcrs were Installed
m ent of almllar camps for Senior o f bums at Ontario, Ore.. were held was-In favor of giving the present d u n n r ’ a dinner' meeting Tuesday
fiOQUtS.
at a p. m. Wednesday at the Meth& one lo the Republicans and gelUtig
evening
at the Pork hotel, during
odist ch u r^ . .The R er.-J . D. WU- • new one for the Democrats.
He emphasUed what he called the which members of the Twin Palls
ford, assisted by the Rev. Mark
Lloyd. Ontario, conducted the serr- "large number o f mUlUry men in Toasuaasters’ elub entertained their
wives.
the s u t« department."
Ices.
A Halloween motif was carried out
He repeated a lU U m ent made in
Two duets tlrere sung by Marjorie
Anergency beds only wer« avaU' Drake and Margaret Bean. Pall­ an earlier address by saying that
able Wednesday at the Twin TaUs bearers were Clarence Edwards, Don "U Russia has an atomic bomb,
county general taospltaL Visiting Edwards, Oeotgo Edwards,„Caroll they should drop It lust to let us
- . . _ Helmbolt was Installed as
hours are from a to4 a nd? to s p.m . Edwards, Everett Androwa iiftd Ed know that our acare w on t work. I
don't mean drop it on us but just deputy dlsuict governor, succeed­
Andrews.
ADMITTED
experiment like our Bikini ing L. M. Hall. Other officers were
Arnold R . Cross. Mrs. C. B. OrelsBurial was In the lOO P cemetcry.
Vernon Riddle, president; Clydo
er and Mrs. Pred I. Xreton, all Twin
Koonu,*vice-presldent: Cal Lowe,
Palls; l i n . Helen Haskins, Carey:
^ r e u r y - treasurer; and Leonard
lira . WUUam Lelchner, CasUeford,
Jacob. serge«nt-at-arms.
ftnd Mrs. R ay Powell, BuhL
Speakers and their subjects ,were
DISMISSED
L. M, Hall, who was toastmaster of
Oeorge P. Peterson, Mrs, violet
Bower, Mrs, Roy Johnston. Mrs. Ella
JEROME, Ocu 8 — About IJM the e\-enlHg and who spoke on
8HOSROVE-R<»ar7 fo r Prmn- head o f Uvestock passed throogh •Toastmasterlng;- Dr. Gordon T o­
Craner and Mrs. Melvin Oardner
Cjsco
“Pachy"
Arano
wlU
bo
recited
M d twins, all Twin Palls: Mrs. Lyle
the rtng o f the Jerome Livestock bin. “What u a Tbastmasters*
Abel and daughur and Mrs. Clar­ a t 8:S0 p. m. Wednesday at the Commission sales yard Tueoda>’ for C lu br. the Rev. Stanloy ChrlsUanence Henderson, PUer; Mrs. Charles Burdett chapel. Mass will be cele­ a total net o f approximately M 0,000. « n . “ Row lo Give a Sp^ ch ;*' Oarth
Reid, “How lo Bvoiuate a Speech."
Mathews and son, Murtaugb: Mrs. brated at 10 a, m. Ihuraday a t St. Dale Thomas, owner, reported.
Pul on the block were 440 calUe. and an extemporaneous three-min­
Sheldon Jones and son, Eden, one Peter's Catholic church with the
Rev. Father Brennan as celebrant. 600 hoss. and 300 sheep. T op price ute Ulk by Al Kelson.
Olenda Nielson. Wendell.
Interment will be In tho Shcahone for heUers was »31. Sheep brought
Blue pencU for the best speech
cemetery.
as high as m J O , Other price# were, went to the Rev. Mr. ChrlsUanien.
veal calves gSI, fat steers. t23.
President Riddle offered a novel
BUHL — Funeral aerrlces for hogs ta a ^ . and cutter and canner preaenutlon. “Table Topics," In
Twin Falls and vtelnlty—a e u d y John Meyer, Jr., will be hekl at a steers, tU to gl3.
which various objects were distrib­
tenlght and Thursday with few p, m. Prlday at St, John^s Lutheran
uted among members In envelopes
^ o w m today and Ugbt rala Thura- church with the Rev. LouU Wltle,
and upon which they then based
1 ^ . B lib yesterday B3, low 40. Low pastor, officiating. Burial will be
extemporaneous Ulks.
thU mcmlnr, 45. PreclpltaUon: J5 in the Buhl cemetery.
o f an Inch.
PORTLAND,
O
re,
Oct,
8
<0»—The
BURLEY—Puneral senricea ;
university
ot
Idaho
Is
reprtsented
at
LouU Camp will beheld at 1:30 p......
HAILEV, O ct a - N o Injuries •
Thursday at the Burley Methodist the Paclflo International LlvcAtock
sustained In a car crash at the
church with Rev. Doii Smith o f- exposition here by 14 agrlculu
flclaUng^Burlal will be In Pleasant aiudsnts oompeUng In catUo and comer, o f Croy street and Plrst
dairy
products
Judging
events.
avenue
here Sunday night.
View cemetery.
The dairy catUe Judging team
A car driven by Mra, LaVon Nell,
»c«m panled by her two
PAUL—Funeral sorvlcea fo r H y- _ composed of Cecil AUdaffer,
Burley:
Robert
Eyeatone,
Pller:
Dee
children,
and a second car driven
tm Coleman wUl be held at the
Paul LDS ward chapel a t I I a. m. Hams. New Plrmouth, and Joseph by Oscar Heckert. whoso wife was
Howwr.
Twin
Springs,
D.
L.
Jturt.
riding
In
hU car. coUlded a l the
Saturday with Bishop K eith Merrill
o f the dairy husbandry de­ Intersection. Both cara were dam­
ofdclaUng. Interment wlU be In the head
partment. Is coach.
aged slightly.
MounUln View cemetery at PocaleUo.
tte
Futui-e Looks
Dim for AFL
‘Free’ Unions
CIO’s Oiiefs
Re-Examining
Pledge Stand
Officers Installed
ForToastmasters
Tuesday Evening
Mrs. Farnham Is
Paid Last-Honor
Education Board
Discusses School
Bus Itispections
HAILE7, Oct. «-MOQthly check­
ups o f school buses, decrw d under a
recently enacted stale law, was dlacussed at the Blaine county board
o f education meeting Monday night.
A t present fotu* buses transport
students to the Independent district
No. 1 at Carey: one h au ls' Ugh
school pupils from K etch u a to
Hailey; one transports grada-achool
students from the south' bito
Ketchum: two are used at BeUerue.
one* to bring Zinc Spur children to
Bailey and one to traiupmt Gannett
high- scboot -and grade children to
Hailey.
Board members meeting a t ttie
office of the county superintendent
Included Sherman J. Bellwood. Leon­
Uorrlage Uctiitses
ard Purdy, Harold Harris, Sverett
Xlarrlage licenses have been Issued Campbell, Ray Jefferson, and' the
at the Twin Palls county clerk's o f­ executive secretory, Mrs. Ruth Berfice to Raymond Ankrum and Elaine »to.
Derlsser, Pocatello, and to Pred A.
Kambrick, Buhl, and Prances
Major, Ltodon, England.
Hansen' Girl Elected
Seen Today
Herb West hustling to catch bus
. . Navy Jteerolter E dgar Pahner
passing out freshly-printed bustness
cards . . . Unhappy pedestrian get­
ting splashed as car with license lOUO hlU puddle In front o f him . ; .
Two men wearing cowboy hats'rid­
ing tbroQgb city on m6toreycles with
bedrolls Ued to machines . . . Con­
nie Lelser doing ImlUtloa o f “ the
world's, most perfectly .balanced
sutue** . . . Mustache and long
hair drawn on picture of marine In
recruiting poster afront postofflce
. . . Ver Cox trying to eliminate
static from pollca radio
. Just
seen: Dr. P. Wayne Schow, Herb
Grant, Lany Hall. Barry Benoit,
Plorence Oardner. Jackie Beymer,
Paul Taber and Nola Mlnsihew
.
And overheard: Lengthy account on
."Top of the Day- broadcast from
Hollywood telling, o f E. J. Wills*
experiences whUe lost In Selway.
OCOjlXaM o r IDABO, Oaldwen.
Oct; 8-O h elm a ReynoMs, daughter
o f Mr*. Jeasa A . Reynolds. Banten. was elected sacretaiy o f the
freahman class o f the College of
Idaho at an electloo lliesday.
Miss Reynolds, a graduate o f Twin
PkUs high Kboo), U a member of
the college chapel choir. She U
majoring in music and edoeatlon.
READ TIMES-NEW8 WANT ADS.
Grange Observes
“Booster” Night
B U S S . Oct. »-B oosU r night of
the the Bliss Orange last week co­
incided with the anniversaries o f aU
2j-year members o f the Orange,
but E. S. Ayres was In the spoUlght
—he has been a Orange member
for eo years.
Master August Crist gave the wel<
come address and State Master
Oeorgo Hersley, Boise, talked oi
operation.
AH 35-year member^ received
sages. A cako with U candles was
presented by Mrs. Arthur Butler
and Mrs. V em Carsons gave the
anniversary reading.
Those participating In the pro­
gram Included Mrs. Doran Butler,
9red Huff, Plorence Outright and
Chaplain Lonnie Outright. Refresh­
ments were served lo Grange mem­
bers from JUng HUl and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Palmer, 3i-year mem­
bers from Tuttle.
Plus:
WESTERN
CARAVAN
Discharges
Arthur L. Wiggins.
'O X Ym
t h e Hospital
Magic Valley
Funerals
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBBB MM T
U. s. Without •
Twin Falls News in Brief
Friend, Solon
Says in Talk
K e e p t h e W h U t F la g
0/ S a f e t y r tv U tg
1,300 Livestock
Sold for $60,000
E x c h is iv e in th e
S e c o n d F l ^ p r S t y le _
A t
Weather
V A N ENGELENS-
Valley Men Compete
In Portland Exhibit
Escape Injury
,
I
I
BOSTON
B M C K IE
mndHulAW
I ^ CHESTER MORRIS
JOMI IW.LER
'm
iOT» . . . no time filie mow for A e newer, tonfler. sleeker
»ithowe»e. Note tfie Wp-iniere*t pockeh, end Wgh-foihion Borrow Qo)d kW
b««ri O f "aow dfH l" — o dreamy wonted type fobric In Chompoflne, Pink
MarstHMoKow or &h*e Heoven — with tofi overploid. Junior sizes 9 lo 1 ^
AW
M O V IE S
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TH E
STARS
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MOTOR^VU
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K r* t Show * J:» — Beeond Show 10:00
Box Ottlea Qpeas at 7:00 — Coma Early!
IVw B e s t M o v ie E n jo v m e n t <n t h e
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A nNSE, TAUT, DRAMA
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DESPERATION
...W IT H HIS
BACK TO
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|TODAY-TOMORROW|
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C o m f o r t o f t h e F a m tiy C a r.
" " ‘ • " N E W T O N Kathleen RYAN
Gals withthe Uds
get all the bids.. .
Don’ t be a sad sock. Slip under o Junior Miss
by Cage and wofch your doHng rating ris*^
See this exeiiine Joan M tUer
and manfff m any more at the
STYLE SHOW
8 P .M ., O C T . 9
unTor miss .
SPON SORED
BT
RADIO RONDEVOO
THE JA T O E B E T E S
Second Floor Style Shop
Now at Van Engelens
FAMOUS FOR FASHIONS
WEDNBSUAT. OCTOBEB 8, 1947
Noted Dancer
Appears Odt
10 at Rupert
TIMES-NEWS, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
‘Robot’ Plane at End of Atlantic Flight
RtrPERT, Oct 8 - Dua to &
Kbedtilo change. Uutam Uam ein,
botc<t dm n atio dutcer. will appear
hem the evenlos or O ct 10 In the
^ og ram apou om l by C x
UloKIolca countj concert Mrlea.
Prerloiulr she had been slated to
appear O c t 11.
.
It will tw- the first of a n lo e it
^ .p erfon aa sce* t ^ b e held beta this
l ^ a U and irinW f and vOl be the
r only one leaturln* IntarprttUTe
■ dancing. The coneerU.wlU be held
a t the Rupert high school. audlt>
orlum-begtnnloff at 8 p .-m .-A d tnlttance vtU be by membership
tk k e u only, It was aanouoced.
Some membership tlckeU sUU are
available and may be obtained from
any member o f the Rupert Busi­
ness and Professional Women's club
or at B l-R lt« Dm*. Dee Froclc Shop,
Theater Dress Shop or I*rank
Watson Muslo store.
m im Marmeln, art critics say. has
earned the title "Amcrlct's T in t
Lady o f Pantomime and Dramatic
Dance." She Is not only a silent
actress and brlUlant dancer but Is
also a musician, painter, writer, a
teacher and director.
Her sense of line and color finds
expression In drawlnts and palntMembers o f the crew, who stood by wllh naihlng (o do whUe a nechanlcal **braln” directed flight, stand
Inss which have bees hunc In B*l*
lerles In the east. TbU special tal­ In fron t o f (he army's C -M plane at tbe Brise Norton, England, airport where the plM e landed 'h((er a 1,400
ent she has' tximed to particular ad­ mile n ig b l frem StepbenTlUe. Newfenndland. Crew members are (I.r) T /8 g t Walter MeKee. Wooster, Om
vantage In the costuming o f her crew cblef; James 1.. Anast. Colnmbns, O , chief of antomaUe flight branch, army all.weather flying cen­
dance
and. Its lighting.
ter; Capt. Thomas WelU, Orlando. Fla, army test pilot; T /Sgt. Raymond Cenlolella, Utica. N. Y.. radio
O f her repertoire of more than operator, and S/Sgt. John C. N laon, East Canton, O.. engineer.'(AP wlrepboto via radio from London)
300 dances, pantomimes and mo­
tion dramas, she will select sererol
number* fo r her sppesrance In
R u p ert There will be dances In
heroic vein, lyrical dance i
comic pantomimes and sub^
dramas.
CAMBRIDGB. Neb„ O c t 8 W VThe concert serlo Is being spon­
CHICAOO. O ct 8 OJiO — John
As he talked. Maxwell Jumped Sen. Hugh BuUer, R.. Neb,, last
sored iolnUy by the BPW and the
Rupert High School Student os- Maxwell tugged at his sparse white up every minute or two to ring up niRht criticised what he termed the
soclatloa Following the appearance beard and said he guessed things a sale on tlie cash reglsler. to wait “stop and go method o f financing
o f Miss Marmeln, Uoyd La Vaux. had n e ie r been so <ood. It was on a customer at the bakery counter reclamation projects," and called for
'jt . will appear Nov. <: the meatless Tuesday In the world's —nothing but whole wheat products more funds to speed up reclamaUon
—to sen e up a dish o f broccoli, or work In 17 western states.
AfiBlnglng Marines and Prima Donna biggest vegetarian cofcterla.
Butler expressed his views In an
■WDec. 8: rinley Walker, baritone,
Maxwell Is 84 years old, proprietor to pour another glass o f carrot
Interview at the home of his broth­
Jan. a i, and the Pascal String o f the cafeteria, and a vegetarian juice.
"Wonderful drink, carrot Juice." er, where he Is stopping for n re.it
Quartet M ardi 7 (tenUUve),
o f 45 jrean sUndlng.. Re also Is
a happy man.
•—
■ ,he..fllght5fl; " i drink a quart every on hL^ tour of all major reclamation
W ith meatless days and poultry* day. I .wore glasses for 26 years, proJecU In the west
less days under President Tru­ but all that Juice Improved my eye­
man's new food program. Maxwell sight so much that about 10 yean
SCHOLARSHIP TEST
figures business will be booming. ago I threw my glasses away."
BUHL. O c t 8—Three senior stu­
The Ideal diet. Maxwell bellevc.%
About 800 people crowded into
dents, Oaiy Nefsger. Kennetli Huck
Maxwell’s basement eollng house consists of Breen vegetables, cheeae, and Joan Calhoun, have been
on the first “meatleM Tuesday* eggs, and milk. According to Ills chosen to take the scholarship test
/itudles, the average man needs only
RXn»ERT,' O c t »-R 0 b«rt Brood- to partake o1 a bill o f fare which two ounces of protein o day. He to be given by the Pepsi Cola com­
' h ead ' o f the Broadhead Electric features cauliflower, okra, spinach, can get that. Maxwell said,* In four pany Nov. 21. They were desig­
company h ere'h as been appointed green beans, carrot Juice, and apple ounces of peas.
nated by their clau as ’’to|S stu­
pie
made
with
whole
wheat
crust.
'local'd istrict'chairm an of the Na­
"So." he asked, “ why eat beef­ dents" to bo eligible for the testa.
The vegetarians hold the key to
tional Federation of SnuOl Busi­
steak when you can get 60 per cent
nesses, Leo C. Crowley, district the world food crisis. Maxwell said more protein from tlie same amount
^er
ft
glass
of
csTTOt
Juice.
manager a t Missoula, Mont. has
"TTie trouble la," he said, "that o f soy beans?"
annotmced.
Duties o f the local chairman will the fanner spends fovx fifths of his
be to see that ballots prepared by Ume growing food for livestock and
only
one fifth raising food
the national federation are received
by each of the local members, tabu­ human beings.
“ If that situation were reversed
lated. and the results mailed to Ida­
there
Names of additional veterans re­
h o’s congressmen and the district food.’* would be no shortase of
ceiving World war II victory and
otd co of the organlatUon where
More vegetorlAns would mean American dcfen-w service medals
they will bo tabulated on a national
more vegetable growers, and vege­ were announced Wednc-iday by
scale.
table grower* would mean fewer First Lieut. George P. Claxton, of­
BalloU will be used on any meas­
ure before congress In which small stock raisers, and In the end there ficer In charge of the Twin Foils
would be more food for all. That’s army reerultlnR station.
businesses have an Interest. Purpose the way Maxv,-e)l looks at it.
James S. Keel. Jr., Jerome, re­
o f the organlzaUon, according to
With nearly a half century .of
Crowley'a atatcment. U to combat , j g ^ l c eallpg ityhlM him. Max­ ceived the American defense and
any leglslatloif wfilch ^nay
Metrl- well- figures that what Is good victory medol: while those receiving
the victory medal were Oel L.
m ental.to sAaall business.
enough for him ought to be' good Alfup, Bulil; Leo F. Duecy. HaielRupert has a slseable representa­ enough for anybody.
ton, J0Bc;)h T. Elliott, Robert w .
tion in the metnbetahlp o f the or•■I work 10 hours a day." he said. Otto, Leslie W. Rile. Walter E.
‘ onlxatlOQ.
‘And .1 don't even eat fish or Gruel, Jerome; and Haskell W.
poultiT.' As a matter o f fact, I Carr ond Harold L. Armstrong,
haven’t tasted pork for OS years.'* Twin Falls.
Vegetarian of 45 Years Tugs More Reclamation
Beard, Says He’s Happy Man Funds Requested
Small Businesses
Chairman Named
JFor Rupert Area
Freight Rates' Enlisted Reserve
Cogt Boosted Corps Signs up 7
$127,000,000 Veterans of Area
WASHINGTON, O ct 8 tUJO-The
InteraUte commerce commission has
granted the naUon's raUroads freight
and passenger n t o incrtasea that
will cost tho public about i m W ).000
by the end o f the year.
The commlssloo authorised a
country-wldo emergency Jump of
10 per cent In freight rates. effecUvo
on three days’ noUce.
Southern rallroads also wer« per­
mitted to raise passenger coach
fares by 13.63 per cent and Pullman
fares by 8.00 per cent on flve days’
notice. Then passengers traveling
in the area o u t o f tbs Mississippi
and south of the Ohio and Potomao
riven win pay the «ame fa r a re­
cently approved for the northeast
Carriers in the northeast wiU get
about tU.700.000 out o f the freight
Increase this year, the
said. SoutheostZm roads will get
118500,000 and western lines w . 000.000. The Increases apply to all
commodlUes except coal, coke and
iron ore. on which specific per ton
raUcs were allowed.
The commission noted obJecUons
to the increases on grounds that they
are "IntlaUonaiy.” but added:
Judgment that factor is
outweighed by the necessity of keep­
ing the carriers. In the face of higher
cost# of operaUon, in a reasonably
healthy condition . . . to Uke care
of the demand o f the public formdequatc transportoUon."
IloU and Orel U , Adamg, an of
Jerome,' also h a v i. enllMWL O ru d
Joined aj corporal tn ths
department Elliott as technical
aergeant in the corpa of engineen,
and Adams u corporal la the air
force, all CD a reaem basis.
Seven Teteraus have Joined the
Kenneth L. Abercrombie, Hailey.
enlisted reserve corps and will re­
tain their rank aiul branch of serrIce. P in t Lieut Oeorge P. Claxton,
officer in charge o f the Twin Falls READ TIMES-NEWS WANT AD6.
army recruiting station, announced
Wednesday.
Fred J. Maxwell, Gooding, enlisted
In the grade o f staff sergeant with
the infantry. He served with the
sixth nmger battalion and was one
o f the men who helped liberate
American prisoners of war at Santo
Tomas in Luton.
Two other Gooding men have
also signed up. They are Elver G
Elverson. who enlisted in the grade
o f technician, third grade. In the
transportoUon .corps, and Guy P.
O ol«, who joined as sergeant in the
air force enlisted reserve.
Wailter E. Gruel, Joeeph T. El-
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BPRINODAU:. Oct. fr-Among
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ence at Salt Lake City, over the
week-end were Wesley Hurst and
daughter Deon. Bdgcr Christensen
and daughter Caro). Ur. and Mrs.
Paul stewert and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Y oa t
Mr. and Mrs. Rlcliard Chambers,
Logon, visited with the former’s
m o^ er, Mrs. M. a. Manning, who
Blen Norton. Ooiley, was a Sunday visitor with friends and relaUvcs here.
Mrs. Gladys, Wagstaff, Bnlt U k e
City. U staying with her slater, Mrs.
M. R . Manning.
_MIss Lillian Onlshl. flhoehone,
visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Onlshl, Thursday.
Mrs. James Bronson attended
••
Mrs. Joe Jones left Saturday for
Salt lA ke City to visit relaUves and
attend the LDS confertnce.
Public school students were given
a three week’s vacation beginning
Friday to aid in harvesting crops.
A son was bom O ct 4 to Mr.
and Mr*. Sam Ogawa at the CotUge hospital.
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«tk)Kttau to Sen. J. B o w d KcOr«U>, R. L. u n a Uonal chatm iA tBd poUtkal «ln ctor ta a p n H dtnual j w . TtMT hatv M bma n tM d outald*
maMQy van s tn t Uit R«pubUcaua
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tmpoMlbl* o t kw p tail kind or n c n i
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.A u ttaacotaly oocu^ad another
o m c f. v t n member* ot tbe
'P m tdtnV a eabloet. vtilch Is a pcr>
aooa] raUicr than a pubUo croup.
iThcy v e i« usualtr poatmaatcr ten*
loralt. v ltb WID Bayi aztd Jamea A.
?wrla7 «a aotabli axamplaa. Evan
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Po t
Shots
BOOK METHOD B A S U
Dear Pot Shota:
Sometime aco. I n n Puckett cave
a method for measurlnc hay. X don’t
doubt but what her method would
Ctve the same result* as tbe “ gor.
emment rule" quoted by Mr. Whip*
kea, Oooding, In his UtUe book In
which aU the decimals for m u ltiply
Inc any stack are accurately com*
puted.
Even though that UtUe book beaU
all for accuracy, few persona seem
to know about It.
But dont ask where In tophet he
vet*some of his figures fo r dividing.
I accept them and let It co a t that
n X C T E D Senator M cOnilh. however, to an elected May I never have to measure hayl
TtprawnlaUt*. Re
aent to the naUonal leebla^ure
Helen Beals
by th* peoplt ot hU aUU to vole* their n e«U In that
(Boise)
eonsUiuUo&aDy a « a tc 4 body. T h t cabinet has no
>naUtuUena) (tatua.,
NOT INVOLVED
K w a thoush elected aa a D emoent, and by a *ood- Dear Mr. PoU:
ataed najorttr last m r . U c Q n lh U luppoaed to
The first thiac that h it my eye
apeak and act for all th t people ot hli Important oon- when I unfolded m r Sunday T-M
tinurncr. inelwUni RcpubUcani. MClalUls. prohl- w u that headline *lAne Bandit
bm ontiu etc.
OeU S444 From Rocerson Hotel"
and right below It was a picture ot
o a S D n N T -A a naUona] chairman, however, and
poUUcaltr obedient to Pr«3ldent Ttuman’a neecU and Sen. ® *J2it^dlSr»t*?
vtiihes. he vlU be called upon to support many pollelea
Demle Crat
contimiT to the tn te m ti ot Rhode Island and aU
Nopt. no connection. Pot Shots'
Kew Enslutd.
field agents report Senator Taylor
m hoiroad. industrUl and cconomie claahei lnvolv< w asnt in thU area Saturday night.
tnc w w l and e u t, for Instanco—and that U one ot
th« o u t m loue and bltUr eontrorertle* on capltol
TEMPTATION
hia—he wmnot act fo r InduetiltUy coDcenlraled Hlya Ouy:
Rhode liU nd without antaconlilng weitem states
It was the firat d v of the food*
vh>ch hare n » ( * than ICO electoral To(ec.
savmg campaign and I found my>
R t voted ror the Bulwlnkle bin. tor Inst&nce. This self eating lunch downtown. Among
meeisun permlu the ndlroada to make rate and ship- other things, a roll was served with
pins acretmtnts outside certain prarUloru ot the the mtal.
anU-truil Uwv B»tatln« rates, supposedly eel up
"WeU.” I thought, ’•we'r* sup­
vlth ln that ]«c«l tramework. a n eminently satlstac- posed to be saving wheat by not
tOTT to nonheaalem manutaeturen and shippers.
eating ao much bread and roUs;'but
But the w«3t and the Democratic south clamor tor as long as U'a here. I might Just
c h a c m which wUl tend to place them on a par with as well est It.”
their nrals In the older sections ot the naUoo. Includ*
So I polished o ff tlie roll. About
Inc Rhode Island.
that time, the waitress stopped la
front of me and asked;
M t X n C A l .-'n t e M cGrath appointment. In the
“ Would you like another rollT"
oplnlOQ ot cood Democrats and sincere triends of
I've been feeUng guU ^ about
ftealdenl Tt^lmaa. may operate acalnst th« letter's that second roll.
Ttelectten. R could conceivably Influence enough
Blee Pless
.............................. »Hy U OOP propacandlita blow It
LfTTLE SRAVER , .
Dear Pot Shots:
^ t l c a l naTor tn a day when a people distracted by
Ever see. a boy. age S, who was
hl|h taxes, loartnc price* and tocilcn troubles, tn need of a sh'avet Well. I saw —
appear to be tk k ot the m r d ‘^ItU cs.’ In emphasis* In a barber shop the other day.
tnc this aspect ot the Rhode Island man's dual reHe had been blowing some of this
aponstblUUn. the O O P wlU not n tflecl Ur. Truman’s super bubble gum and a big bubble
Intimate ttlaUomhlp with the Pendercast machine broke, pluterlng the stuff ali over
la MlsKMrt.
his face.' So he wiped his face with
Kor wUl U»ey toitet U u t Senator McOrath voted one ot these large "bibs- barbers
aialnst the Rem rcMluUoa tor an InvesUcaUon ot the use to keep hair from falling
department o( JuaUce'a kpp«rent failure to make a their cusloners.
•* - ’
Mrtoua c h e a on c h a rtw o t wholesale fraud tn last
I don’t know how the boy and
' prtnurlei and elections la that the barber made out because I
couldn't take It any longer.
NeUle
VOUVCRABIS—T h n e thlnc* may be no more than
the conlenUoQs and conccm s ot hard, practical, getOur Sage of the Shop says with
out*the<Tote bo j^ as they sit around In **smoke-tllled prices vi'here they are, most folks
rooms- or hotal looncea to discuss itr»te«y In a don’t know how the other half lives.
critical ptfsldentlal cpatast. But Pieddcnt Truman
n a y be peculiarly viS tctablo to this Une ot a tu ck .
rVP S FOB K I 0 8 DEPT
Dear'Pot Shots:
I'm going to try my luck In this
taoitaU <>ulet. humble. noQ>pollUcal figure who rose pups d e p t I can offer a good home
to b h present ottlco by those admirable qualities. In for a dog, but he haa to be a real
k cortain eense. that U o o r rta and be does fit that pal for the klddiaa and a good
watchdog at night.
OOP>ent have n o t cottea far In harping on
Phene CeUect
Pendnta&t asaoclaUotu. Re has escaped their arrows.
Filer 11-Jie
But th* McOrath mov*. to«elher vrim recent evidences
that the crave problem o t aiding Europe and comtMt*' Dear Potso:
tn c ceexmunlsm has been m lttd In poUUcs. may matie
She's lost and I want her back.
th e n sUrt thlnllnc alone the Unea set forth above. Her name 1s ■•BooU" and she'a part
And It to always dancetous for the poUUclans—It oocker epanlel—black with brown
ts e a * ot thalr Kapolaoalo maxlmi—when people s '
I can be reached at 31U-J,
toUOnkl
Palls.
W aster Back
TO CS—’Itie writer Is aetUac forth on an exploratory
tour throuch the tar south and middle west, which
CAN T A BEAT THIS?
BLppeua to be both the pollUeal and joumallstlo
Dear Gent:
tashlon theaa days. R e accompanies no candidate,
Here I go to all the trouble to bag
although b e axpecti to tnterrlew several who have
sk good-slsed deer and oow I can’t
beta either cold o r bold in discussing their presidential find any sort o f contest to enter
plans. Ha n a y pick up a few on the weH>tnveUed He's a price>wlzu>er. too. He's a six*
nad.
point buck measurlnc 36 laches
people, however, seem to be Interested and and weighed about 3C0 pounds all
concerned
mor« Important. bread*and>butur Issues dressed out
than either party o r personal amblUons. The asslfn*
Just my lu c k -n o oonteetsi
n e a t wlU be to am rta ln what thetr wonlea, their
needs, thetr reacUcoa, their aolutlons-U any—are at
tba present moment.
TOO AlILD A PRSSCRIPTIOK
There was something contusing. It not
disconcerting, in the cU&gnosls %nd prescrlpUon for Europe's critical UU which «one
forth from th« meeting ot President Truin&n
and congressional le&ders.
It was It a doctor, called to see a patient
approaching the crisis ot pneumonia, had
told him to lie down and take an aspirin, and
had promised to drop In next week to see how
he was getting on.
Mr. Truman said, after the meeting, that
no money tor emergency aid would be avail*
able after I>ec. ]. But he explained that it
would be useless tor him to call a special
session of congress it the chairmen ot the
foreign relations and appropriation commit­
tees of the senite and house were against it
The president said that France and Italy
were without enough food and fuel tor the
fall and winter and had no money to buy
them. He also said that he was writing to
the chairmen of the above committees re­
questing that they convene to consider the
present crisis.
Ur. Truman said that, unless aid tor France
and Italy wu forthcoming quickly. ther«
would be nothlns in western Europe tor the
Marshall plan to reconstruct. But Chalr^
man Vandenberg. ot the senate foreign rela­
tions cosunittee, aald his group could not meet
before Nov. 1. because the'sUte department
would hate nothing concrete before N o t .
Mr. Vandenbe^ said that the question in
emergeaey aid to Europe was one of **elementA human aufrlTal in a free society." But
s e n a t o r Tatt, on a tour of the west, s a id he
d l d A t think congress eould do much before
January because many members couldn't baSSrtS^
get back tn tlae for a special session* Some
of then, he pointed out, were touring
throughout the world.
The congressional leaders were impressed
by Mr. Ituman with the choice ot appropri­
ating $580,000,000 foe emergency relief or
seeing communism sweep Europe. But Sen­
ator Lucas said that, unless congress got
some facts it didn't already tmow, he was
afraid that a special session would be devoted
largely to pollUcs and the IMS eiecUons.
Surely, if alt these dire warnings axe true,
it is time for something a Uttle more drasUc
than conunittee meetings. Aid to Europe, aid
which Is important to this country as well
as to Europe's cold and hungry, cannot be
given unless congress appropriates money
for It.
The overwhelming evidence to date is that
.the European situation Is a conflagration
perilously near getting out of control. It
would seem to call for swift, decisive action.
LETS HAVE THE STORY
Almost everyone in Twin Falls senses that
there must be something haywire about the
new lewer ayatem which the city is installing.
. At the saying goes, there is usually «ome
fire where you see a lot of smoke, and there
can be no denying that a lot ot rumors have
been making the rounds in connection with
this project.
What part. It any, the aewer program may
have had In the recent change in city engi­
neers has nerer been fully explained, and
other quesUons raised in this connecUon are
stUl going unanswered.
Some crlUcs, who claim to be In the know,
contend that much of the new nwer system
will not be deep enough to permit of floor
drains In newly-constructed homes in certain
dlstricU
Others insist that the Job was not pro­
perly designed In the first place: that certain
features ot the layout may fall to work
satisfactorily.
Last week-end Mayor Lauterbach answered
cerUln questions regarding this new aewer
system, but we don't feel his discussion ot
the Issue went far enough.
When the city undertook this lob. it was
orUy natural for the people to assume that
the specifications would provide a sewer
system ample in every respect. Now there
is reason to believe it will not be the system
they expected.
So that prospective builders will not be
buying real estate and planning any homes
under false Impressions as regards this new
aewer ayatem. it would seem only right that
a complete report should be made now
covering all details of the project, including
depth ot the system in different localities.
THATWOULD^B FUNNY
District Judge D. R. Sutphen has declared
the Idaho slot machine law unconstitutional
on the grounds it violates the anU-Iottery
provision of the state constitution.
mdleatlons are that the Judge's opinion
wiU eventually be carried to the sUte
supreme court,
WoQldnt it be a Joke on our last legislature
U one ot Its greatest achievements was found
to be uaoonatltutlonalf
It was such an acMei
tnti And one of
the very few.
Too many &m work hard and save their
ao&oy onlr 4a. ttMlr ohUdxea won't have the
UqobietxhUhrnKda men ot then.
V IE W S O F O T H E R S
leadeTB art made.
A cood aevipaper catrler. reliable and efficient, has
aa A 'l prospect tor saocess in whatever bustaieu or
prateaslon he chooaea later.
I tia t has been proved time and again. Check the
butlneaa and p r e t ^ o n a l leaders In any d ty and It Is
almost certain that a large majority of them oace
deltvattd aevspapera.
Take a look at that youns-tellov who delivers your
paper every day—th* one who*s always on time with
bis d e llw le s and ct^ecUona.
B e learns reltabUlCy. H e must be at Uie same place
at the same time CTery day, not iuit when he feels
like It. Re IMRU that dependability U the first
tagredlent o f suceesa.
B e learns the vahie o t money, that money Just
doesn't grow In Dad^ pocket. Re learns that to earn
money takes work aad aome sactlflce. It isn t always
the easiest thlnc t o civ* up a football game or a good
tim e with the ganc to deliver the papers.
B e learns how to m eet people on a msn>to>man
basis. 1 b be a success he must be accurate and cour*
teous when he comes to collect, and when he comes
to try to aell you his product.
Many a cellece educatKn and business has had Ita
financial foundaUon o n a paper route, but even more
Imporunt for the foundation ot success are the lessons
and tratnlng ot the paper route.
It he's a swcrsstul newspaper boy. he's dependable,
reliable, accurate, courteous and discriminating In the
os* ot the money he's earned.
What better ouallUes are there for facing the future,
for iMkdlnc a full and productlv* llleT
Today ts newspaper Ixiy day.
It's a day to aay *7no* coln g- to the Ute
Por four years during the Civil
war in Spain Dl Vlttort was a pollU*
cal commissar In the International
brigade. It any toughening process
had been necessary, this supplied
It
It wns A trial by fire and those
who came through 11 were given
Moscov's stomp o f approval. Even
during the years o f Uie nasi triumph
they moved through Europe on
forged papers by the communist
underground, which defies all regul­
ations. In Poland I met the same
type. In at least one Instance In i
key government position.
Dl Vittorl talked about the pol'
itlea of the members of his labor
organisation. Hfty-elght per cent
are communist, he said. Twenty
per cent are soclallsUi who went
along with their leader. Pietro
Nennl. In a union with tbe com munisw. Twelve per cent are Ohristlsn demobrats, two per cent Re*
publicans.
These, o f coune. are Dl Vlttorl's
figures. He brings them out with a
take-lt-or-leave-lt confidence. The
word assurance Is Inade^uste. Tills
Is a force of nature; something In*
side the man that has carried him
thus far and he)Jntends It to carry
him ali;th e w a w p p matter what
obstacles, human or otherwise, be
must ride
'Aie agricultural workers In the
north were slaves, he said, nothing
more than slaves before they were
organized. There is no emotion In
this comment. I t Is part of the
driving force. The most pronounced* response
came when I suggested that he must
be a very tough man to have come
through s o much. It was not true,
he said. Th at sounded like the
distortions In the American press
where the ..... - ...... ‘
out to be barbarians.
*'We believe In legal methods,'
he said. "W e want to avoid a civil
war. There has been too much
bloodshed. W c shall not force
resort to arms. I. myself, am
WIHU O o l »--«£ O oil Ip ^
“
,
elty tn forxnlnt a munldpal band
^ t a k a a ^ v i^ tln g o ft b r c b a m .
bar et O a n aa so* at tba Bobl cafa
broUiets In ttaslr etreas, b a d sad*
dealy beaten hls;elMst and pro*
claimed himself a htmianUarlaa,
It would not have basn any m m
mrprlslnc. I had remambarad' la
Xn his dronlnc voloa XM Vlttort
talked about tbe alms o f ^ croop.
They wars twofold: ( !) ‘Xtfknprova
tha condltloa of tha wockar '^ t b *
la the tramework ot the natlooal
•eanomy.” (3) To oonaoUdato and
develop atlll further tha ricbta aoqulred under the r«publl&
Ha also uttered a w v n la c . Ba
•* that If h e lp ---------------trom what sou rce-to put back tboaa
who bad been In power before tha
republlo, -Ihen his followers would
meet force with foree.
On the subject o f tHa OathoUo
church, Dl Vittorl w u ’ Intereatlnc.
Tha church, he said, need n ot b*
an obstacle to progress. Zt depeiKU.
on who heads tha cbu rtb and
whether that Individual goes along
with the “blc Interests- or with tbe
workers.
‘I f the Oathollo' cbureb,’* said
Dl vittorl, “ will defend and d»*
velop the Christian doctrine aa
preached by Christ, then the church
can work for progress with the
workers." ,
Here U a man who Is playing for
keeps. Re believes that the same
fanatical force that, carried him
through Jail, exile, four years ot. war
tn Spain and fightinc with the
partisans In Italy against the Ger­
mans will carry him to ultimate
power. These are the mea who would
reshape Europe under the ln/]ezlb]*
alga of the hammer and sickle.
The crou p alao dlsctissed atnet
deeotatloBs for tbs d ty durin* tha
yuletlde aeasoo. Edward Uaonlnc.
president w u in.eharja.__________
LEGAL ADVERTISEMFNra
W tH E ^^0?AT * OOUa^M '
...........
■ I b is n av ruling
want toto effect. Smlm walMt til'n ld (bMuMTto
”
How he's smug*
t radios to kids In pop c o n
tb« Uw • fr u . «r
And batora lon c-^ v bo know»—
5 3 -,5 -S ." !.2 2 S .‘S ? ,^
hood cauiiit bar little kid putting ' S S !at
MIttA.
benaedrln* tn bis cereal so bs'd ba
sur* and stay awaka till 9:30.
As a result ot tb* new reculatlon pSSt’ sSSTsil 5 ^ 1
aQ thosa radio det«otlvea bave to
stay up so la ta -trom now ea tb i
private ayes wlU b e . bait •closed.
. Aad'aow tba butler c a a t ba the
GET y m t F A R M LOANS
ona who did I t -l t H bava to bi
the night watchman.
Ot course, If tb* trend kaepa ...
probably the top radio'detecU vi
wUl be tbe laU Oeorc* Apley.
However, the Uter starting tlms
should bave some good effects on
the crime shows.
Now. at least. ’T h * WhlsUer"
irUl hava time to run down to
Hollywood and Vln* for somi
rer nsw leW rates aad terns
practice.
BUlB Eart
Pbsa* U l
And the extra time should a ln
‘T h e Thin M an" a chance to /at*
ten up.
J. E. W H IT E
HOUSEKEEPING
«
THE NEW POST-WAR MODEL
REFINITE •Ra!«fair
WATER SOFTENERS
ree
LIGHTENS YOUR TASKS
IN ALL HOUSE WORK -.
Helps s^u do honse>work In
one-fourth of the time. Larni*
dry comes briRhler, cleaner
in lesa time. Glassware and
porcclain shine— no greasy
soap Buds. Nothing like RE*
FINITE SOFT WATER for
easier homemaklng.
B Q TE
SOFTENERS
There'3 nothing like a warm ;
bath or shower to lighten
your spirits at the end of a
trying day . . . this pleasure
can be ail yoani . . . Every
member of the famiiy will
enjoy the luxury of plenty
of soft water. In the Icitchen
. . . in the latudry . . . in the
bath.
In the deep voice coming out ot
the blank face. UiLs had a ' sur*
prising sound. It made me tliink
of something, and suddenly I re........................
If Qargan-
WANTED!
• A BSFENTTE SOFTCXER 19
SO StMPLE A CHILD CAN
OPEBATE.
• SALT COSTS ONLY Uo FEB
MONTIL
• MEAK8 BETTER LlVlNO.
MOBS ECONOMY.
a PRICED SO EVERY ONE
CAN AFFORD IT.
USED CARS
MODELS AS LO W A S
PAMOUB LAST LINE
. . . You should have taken that
meat oat of yoor aandwiche*—I terc o t U was Tuesday.
OENILEMAN IN THE
POVBTH ROW
*9850
PLUB I N S T A ^ T I O N
Ideal ramllr Blse
Easr Terras
Ho Down Payment
fo r
COVNT TUBBE SAVINOS—
Soap 80 t« SQ%.
Linens wear lon itr etar
DrlihUr.
Pipes do not rast and clos
doe to exeesslre mineral de­
posits.
Woodwork may be cleaned
savlBB the palntlns and
aandlnr for reflnUhlnr.
le s s
I h o n
H a day
G e f C/nl/mffftd S o ff W o fer fro m
EVERY F A U C E T w H h a R e H n l f
There’s real e c o n o m y in a R efin ita
Water Softener. Y ou not only enjoy Its
many benefita . . . but actually can save
M mudi aa $100 a year in aoap, fabric
and other expeoaea. And, a Refffllte
ii u eaay to b a y aa any home sppllMce.
N o down p«yment — M monthi t o pay.
Im tlodM TJias* Faafuras
1. B a llt 'ln beda. dreuw,
chests, silrrera
WHAT ABE THE TOMST
Experience with Russia since the end ot the war has
taught us to look beyond the surface ot any proposal
trom the kTraim to ita ultimate significance. On
thU basis. Russlas* proposal to rtmove her troops from
northern Korea stmultabaously with the removal of
Xmited SUtes t r o w trora aouthem Korea does not
look too cood.
I n Its aon* o f Korea. Russia has tnlned and armed
MbMO naUv* wammnnW aoldlera. In tha southern
aone. th* ITnlted States bas trained SOMO policemen.
c o asta blti«ad c o«st guardsmea. The mere withdraw*
sa o t Russia and the ITalted SUtes. without acreelaent tor a dem ocntle electloa and assurance that
th*>popular naa d ate weald be carried out. vrould
v e tch the aeales heavily tn tavor ot a communist coup
to selta eoatiol o t aU Korea.
Tne Soviet pr^iosal will have to be carefully ex­
plored and deflntd before It can be taken to mean anythlBc » o t * thaa clever p ropagaada.-S t Z«uls P u t
Uspatelk
MARQUIS CHILDS
ROME. Xtaly*-Leaders of Italy^
OommoaUt party have clalmad
memberahlp up to SflOOflOO to maka
It tha largeat party In Europe.
They acttially may have ifiOOfiW
pald*up m em b m
- .even 4,Is
________ n ^ t o a
country In which
th e O a th oU e
chuich Is so im*
portont.
The No. 1 eom<
munist Is Palmlro
iTogllatU who was
schooled In Moa*
icowforaunrethan
15 years. No. 3 la
Ouiseppe dl VlU
tori, head o t Italy's General Con*
federation o f Labor, which, claims
a membership of 8,700,000.
TogUatU rarely sees any Amerl*
cans. Dl Vittorl U 1cm exclusive. X
Interviewed him.
Dl Vittorl Is typical of the fan*
atlcal mea who are seeking to force
the bcDds ot communism through*
out all of Europe. Re b big, with
thick shoulders and a big head
with a shock o f black hair. During
the early days o f fascism he w u
In and out of Jail and then In
exile.
BnhlOiamberto
Help Band Work
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SAVE AND BENEFIT WITH A REFINITE. From the first morning shave untU
the end of the days shower . . . from tha weekly laundry to' the doUy dlBhwoshlng
• .. from baby to grandmother everyone benefits.
Come in or Phone U s fo r Full Information
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WEDNESDAY* OCrOBEB 8rl9d7
‘SmaU Effect’
Seen ia First
Meatless Day
.TIMES-NEWS, TWIN FAIX3, IDJ^HO
P ro te ct Sugar
B7 V b U«4 rrtM
''
OOTenunebt ipolcw men pntfJcted
todkjr- Uiat ttoo first ‘‘poultzyJea
ItiuifdAT” would be m o n succen*
f s l Uuut the first "meatlen t u m *
dfOr" becftuae bousewlTU and n»>
tAunmUort ba d two t x t n day^ to
readjust tbelr menus.
U ao 7 meat market* reported that
.. .. . . . . *-,ut as m u ^ meat as
be first meaUen day
it ‘Truman'i food sar«
in s program.
rien tr on M«nns
Restaurants and dining rooms bad
plenty of meat on the menus, but
In many cases It wss Usted because
they had large supplies on band
when the campaign was announced
last Sunday.
Chicago resUurant operators said
that although they served meat ye*>
terday, they planned to coopoi4«
fully with the President's program. Some hotel dining rooms
rushed through meatless menus by
noon and one large chain of
. restaurants served hash, but no
other m eat
Wires nave Trouble
Housewives evidently had u much
difficulty as pubUo eating house
proprietors In adjusting themselves American safar to V . B. troops In Gertaany. After bring held np
to the new bllls-of>fare.
barges for 11 days, the sagar finaUjr was on lU way In I t t French army
A survey of retail meat markets tmeka after a brief bnt violent fl|ht between the oommnnlsit and the
across the nation shoved that few poUoe. (NEA telephoto)
of them had noticed any effects
of the program. A spokesman for
a chain of 31 retail stores In Dallas,
Te*.. said many people there re­
sented the suggestion o f rationing
their own food In order to feed
foreign naUons.
Butchers In Los Angeles ssld t h »
By IIAL BOYLE
farmers attempted to seU their ...
had noticed very little change In
the amount o f meat purchased yes*
GARNER, la.. Oct. 7 (/P>-Blg- tire crop on the black market. But
terday. They sold their customers boned Jack Dethmers. comfortably the French havo thrown In the towel
bought their regular orders of the well-to-do after years of rugged compared to the EngUsh. The
steaks and chops, and showed Utile work In the black rich soli of Iowa FVencli beg fo r help and make no
ejTthtislasm fo r the conservation went abroad to see how the farmers bones about It. The English still
have their pride. They say "W ell
of other lands were fairing.
campaign.
He was one o f 33 curious Iowa get along," and they hale- the
farmers who paid out 11,500 apiece thought of charity.
Of the eight countries visited,
for a month-long air trip to
ho said, England was the only one
European conditions first hand
in which money didn't count against
Dethmers has come back ap­
palled at the hopelessness o f Eu­
rope's economic situation.
tion that European farming meth­
••Seems as If we knew less when ods are outmoded and will have to
HAILEV, Oct. 8 - J . B. lAiper and
B. A. Shobert, engineers working we got back than when we started,' bo changcd before machinery can
out o f the offlco of district army. he said soberly.
be used well
“
W
ell
have
to
feed
them—Uie
'They don t uso the manpower
engineer at Portland. Ore., were In
Hailey Monday and Tuesday to In­ people over there. And we can’t and the tools they have efficiently."
spect the Boulder basin, 15 mllca seU it to them because they're al­ ho said. "Even large forms* arr
north of Ketehum, with an eye to ready banknipU W ell Just have to cut up Into smaU, irregular pieces.'
give
It'
to
them.
providing storage of flood waters
"Its either that or turn them
and supplemental Irrigation of
lands coming under Big Wood river. over to the communists. The feeling
O. S. Famlun, Ketehum, president b pretty strong over there already."
The
six-foot farmer, who worked
o f the Upper Wood Plver Water
Users association, and William Buh- his own way up from hired hand,
ler, one o f the directors, occompa- was considerably shocked at caste
DES MOINES, OcU 8 (/P)—Hnrold
and
class
barriers in European
nlod them on their fact-finding
SlAssen declared last night it
lands which make It difficult for E.
trip.
men to belter their lot. Summing up was Imperative that a new currency
A report of their prellmlnorjbe established In Germany and that
his
memories
of
Europe's
distressed,
vey will be fUed with the officials
the French franc and Italian lire
he said:
in Boise and reported to congress
'T h ey can't understand why we be stabilised tf a free economy Is to
on the best use o f the waters o f the were
so lucky to hove been bom prevail.
Columbia river and Its tributaries here and they so unlucky to have
He added that a special session of
for all purposes Including flood
congress should be called "promptly"
been bom in Europe."
trol.
He told with a look o f wonder „.. to "take this action." He said the
his face of hungry Germans search­ United States "has been derelict in
ing potAto fields that had already Its policies" toward foreign
been harvested.
renclea since the war.
'T h ey picked up potatoes
"It does not seem to bo sufficiently
bigger than a pea," he said. "But I recognised that a free economy ab­
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 8 M>> - suppose when one is hungry hell solutely requires a reasonobly stable
The deoth of Qertrude Nlcholsoni pick up anything."
currency," Staascn. a candidate for
Dethmers said the English farm- the Republican nomination for pres­
only 34 hours before Radio Enter­
tainer Prank Nicholson married era gencraUy were .tryUjg to deal ident. said In an address delivered
Heiress Aim Cooper Hewitt, was honorably Uirough regular trade before the Iowa Bankers assoclaofficially recorded today as
channels, but that In Prance the Uoa convention.
of suicide.
A coroner's Jury, after extensive
Investigation, decided deoth was
caused by an overdose o f hcadsche
tablets. Her motive was not d c
termlned.
Nicholson, known In the radio
business as “Rodeo Roy," was a
somewhat reluctant witness at the
hearing, while Ann flatly refused to
answer queaUons, saying she was
acting on advlco o f counseL
Nicholson told the Jury o f discord
In hts marriage with Gertrude and
said she had tried to kill herself
1 March, fc
a window."
Iowa Farmer Is Shocked by
Condition of Europe’s Farms
Engineers Survey ,
Boulder Basin on
Storage of Water
New C urrent in
Germany Urged
Entertainer’s Wife
Declared ‘Suicide’
Bids w m Be How America Butters Its Bread Migrant Help
,Opened for 6
Woes WbrryHighway Jobs
U. S. Probprs
B OI8& Oob B U>-Blda vlU be
opened o a 'i U oonstructlon projecu
O c t M bx Uie Idaho department
o f public woits. Work conslsU of
couatnicUon or roadbed and bitumo f SU M miles of
ork:
Lewis M d .]
■truotlon ot ftn 83.3-foot concrete
bridgo on
mllet of the Cottonwood-Wlnona road tn lAwyer'a
yon,
' U ta h CoBBty
Latah county — Construction of
roadbed, drainage stnxsturee, base
course and bituminous surface on
3.9U miles o f U. a highway SS,
north and south o f Viola, and for
the eonstnictloQ o f the roadbed,
drainage atructures and material
base oourso on .988 miles o f the Palouse c u t ^ f .
Nes Perce county—Construction
o f roadbed, drainage structures and
a roadmtx bituminous surface on
one mile of the Waha road tn
Lewiston orchards, and four miles
of the Waha road between Lewiston
orchards and Waha, and a roodmlx
bituminous surface and seal coat on
.83< mUe and a seal ooat on 3J1S
mUes o f the Waha road In Lewiston
orchards.
Canyon County
Canyon county-ConstrucUon of
the roadbed, drainage structures,
roadmlx bituminous surface and a
as-foot concrete and timber bridge
on two miles o f the embankment
road and construction of the road­
bed, drainage structures and
crushed gravel surface on 4.030
mUes o f the Greenleaf south road.
Premont county—Construction of
a 3 «J.foot timber bridge and
Crete siphon extension on
Parker-Thomton rood.
DENVER, O ct « « v - H i e ipect«r
o f a new temeless army of
OOOperBonsormoremanng almlenl^
.the DWted SUtei dotag
migratory farm labor w h e r e v e r ^
Jobs could be found was Injectad
Into a priee hearing before a o oa grMslonal sub-commllteo her*.
H ie picture was presented b r
Lee .Fryer, asslstaot to the preal*
dent of the National Ftanera unloo;
who said it might come U fanning
g t a y ed from a family to corporat*
<
Salt Lake Iborsday
The sub-committee will conclude
The chart shows the 1047 trends In predactlon and average retail
price of batter and margarine. Angnst and September flgorea are
Umate*. Note how the batter priee eurve U almost Identleal with the
cnrve for margarine predaeUen-as batter Inereaaes tn cost, the de­
mand for margarine Increases, with cerrapondlng decrease tn demand
for butter. F lg s m from i
t of agricaltsre, bnrtan of labor
sUtbtics. and Margarine insUtnte. (NEA pbote)
City Expansion
At M t Home Off
V IS m N G BROTHER
HAILEY, Oct. « - M r . and Mrs.
H. McCoy and son o f Bremerton.
Wash^ are at the home o f Mr. and
Mrs. Oeorge McCoy for a week'
visit. The two McCoy's are broth­
ers. On leaving Hailey Uvy will
visit tn Gooding for several days at
the home of McCoy’s sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Lewis, before returning to
their home.
MOUNTAIN HOME, OcL S (U.R>A proposal to bring the "Hlway 30
club.'’ a mile and a quarter west of
Isere, into the city limits of Moun­
tain Homo fell by the wayside when
the club owner withdrew his peUUona for such acUon.
The owner, Oscar Pord, bad pre­
sented petitions to the council ask­ READ TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS,
ing UiBt his property be included in
tho city llmlls by picking up a 13Inch 6irl|> ot tho highway right-ofway from the city limits to his prop­
erty. Other petitions had been filed
In protest.
At prt%cnl the club cannot aeU
liquor by tho drink or operate slot
CHICAGO, Oct. S (/P)-The "new machines. State law prohlbiU such
look" was called a "fashion haxard" nctlviiiM excent within Uie corpor­
today by the safety chalnnan o f the ate limits of cities and viUuges.
Oeneral PWeraUon of Women's
MOTHER ILL
Clubs, who suggested laboratory
search on the length o f skirts.
HAILEY. OcU » -M r s. Robert
W. 'Joqua ot Thompson and Mrs. Roy Wendllck
Winchester. Ind.:
left for Boise Monday moming.
• ^ e J o n a ^ t u all right until being called there by the Illness ol
It becomes Ufshion hazard and it Mrs. Wcndllek's moUier, Mrs. J. W.
twomes a hasard when it hobbles Wcndllck.
the wearer."
She suggested laboratory research
at a news oonfercnce at the National
safety Congress "becauiio that new
look. If It's tight, U definitely
‘New Look’ Called
‘Fashion Hazard
Session a t Salt Lake City tomorrow.
Headed by Sen. Arthur V. Watkins;
R .. tJtah. the group is the western
branch of the Joint committee on
the economlo report.
Fryer said that during the war
years the output of the average
agricultural worker jumped by 40
per cent and that In recent yean
farm famillea have * declined by
half a million.
Equipment CaU Jobs
,4 Ie wumated that 1.000,000 per­
sons may be thrown oul of agri­
culture In the south alone through
development of the mechanical cot­
ton picker and that at least an
equal number may lose their liveli­
hood elsewhere through mechanliaUon.
'*1110 great danger to agricul
is the changeover from the family
farm to the corporate system,"
•Pryer contended.
SJbev&tCuutuA
THE MOST DELICIOUS
IN TOWNI
Truman’s Daughter
To Sing: in 30 Cities
PITTSBUROir,’ Oct. 8 W >-M ar.
garet Truman, the President's
daughter, will open a singing tour
o f 30 cities with a recital Oct. 17,
In Syria mosque here, the May
Becgle Concerts announced ' '
night.
She was originally scheduled to
appear May 20 but the engagement
was cancelled because of the Illness
o f the President’s late mother.
10 Oinetu
Bine Blades
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Sqtabb-I Vlgtan,
100 Bay Sopplj
Vitamins
DRUGS - COSMETICS - VITAMINS
IT'S HERE
Traffic Fines
Overtime parking fines have been
paid by H motorists In Twin Palls
city traffic courL
Paying the I I fines were; L. V.
Burgess, Ammon P. judd, MTs. H.
, Homer. Ous Blaser, J. B. Pcnwick,
• Marion Wall, LeRoy Magoffin. O. c.
Boster. Mrs. Harry Noh. E. O. Whit­
ney, Mrs. Marion Motherahead,
Mrs. A. Maltby, June Huttman and
Kay Kawamoto.
7(« Jar
Only t Lett at $ 1 4 . 0 S
NOXEMA
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LUCXT nUNTEa
HAlLBy, Oct. B -M rs. Fred E.
Board was one o f the lucky hunters
the first day o f the deer season.
Leaving early Sunday she returned
before noon with her deer.
REPAIR
AU Popular Brands
REFRIGERATED CANDY DEPARTMENT
CIGARETTES
N either b ea t, n or cold , n orm oistu rt c a n diminlth tha
flavor o f y o u r favorite candies when th ey are kep t
c o o l a n d airtight in this new service t o otir many
W b itm a n ’i c uitotnert.
Per Ciirlon $1.75
SOe Tabe Ipana
Tooth Paste
43*
Klee&es ClaaBitar
For That Stabbom Cold
Trollngen
TISSUES
COLD TABS
17*
FOR WINTER
tl.M Bockleya
NOW!
DIRECT CONNECTION WITH VAN LINES
ALL OVER THE U. S.
INSmtED MOVING
TO ANY POINT
IN THE tJ. S.
Phone
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“ D AN A”
COUGH MIX
Neglect o f necessary roof rep a ln
during
the
winter
months may not only prove
Inconvenient but extra costly
as welll Be Wlsel Make need­
ed repairs on the roof o f your
home and other structures
NOWI Your Boise Payette
yard now has an ample stock
o f all necessary materials.
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•
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Makes hair beautiful. With
PlasUc
Curlers —
Ereready with Batterlea
FLASHLIGHTS
Pen Litei 7»c 2 Cell |US J
40e Fleteher's
31 Gauge, Bold Only
in Drug
Stores .
CASTORIA
31*
$1.35
•
ASPHALT
SHINGLES
Cooked a Fine Dinner;
Then Threw It to Dog
One lady recently stated that she
tised to throw her own dinner to
the dog most of the time. It made
her sick Just to look at anything to
eat. She was swollen with gas, fuU
of bloat, had headaches, felt wom
out and was badly constipated.
FlnaUy she to t INNER-AID and
says she now eaU everything in
sight o n d digests It perftcUy.
Bowels are regular and
She is enjoying Ufa o6ee more and
feels like "some other woman"
'
^
Compound.
INNER-AID cootalns 13 Great
*»wele. clear
ras from stomach, act o o sluggtah
l^^ver and kidneys. Miserable peo­
ple ^
feel different all over. So
d m go on sufferlngl Oet INNERAID, Sold by all drug stores. Adv.
for FARM
or H O M r
THAT ROOF
Nurses'to Meet
BOISE. Oct. 8 (AV-The board ot
directors of the Idaho state Nunes
association will hold iU fall meeUng
here Oct. 13.
Dorothy CoUard, Twin Palls, pres­
ident o f the aasoclaUon. sold the
economic security program advocat­
ing a *0-hour week and minimum
salaries adequate to attract and hold
Qualilied nurses, would be discussed.
Association officers expected to
attend the meeUng In addition to
Mias CoUard Include Mra. Pearl Mc­
Donald, Twin Palls, treasurer.
PINKHAM8
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TOASTERS
Nevada, Oregon, Utah, WasWngton %
INSURED MOVING ALL
OVER THE WEST
Tegeiable Cempeim«
WaadeQ
Ooodlag
Sboshoiia
Greyhemd Etoet
Visit Oor New, Modem
Soda Fountain
EVERY BOX YM BSr
■ESE IS CMBWTIED ntEM
D iscover h ow g o o d W hitm nn’s
candies ca n taste when they are p erfectly protected.
Travel Irons
$2.98
TIME8-NEWS, TWIN PALLS, n>AHO
I Mild Weather
Twin Falls Radio Schedules New Red Axis,
Oarifies Rift^
Speeds Potato
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lilt lUrrr ArnnM Rtporti
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po u ic w bat qolta natu re In wutli
ccD tn l M kho pQihctf poteto die*
«bac qp c n tlo o i and p u k e n were
Si<)» ‘ Abbott iixl CmUIIo
'r a k t o c MU su n > to huuUe U)« SiM «jMk r*n Bbfto
tn^i. • JolBt n p c c t troD Uie U. 8. »iO«*Bln* Crr»br
• :l»*IUnrr Morxan
dtputmcBtaoCacrtcuIture and cooi'
loioo
AnBlMrurr P*rtr
m m » «Bd th t «at«nsion lerrlee oi IliM xn*liib««
n«n<J«i>oua
tfa* C a t m d t r 0 ( Idaho said Tuo> liM *C<MI< ttowam
TOUBBOAT
S M n c* KOi vOtat f t Uie poUto
< n p v a s pnblU tcd by extnmely
v a m ««M ber, tba rtport continued.
Bcfta ba m sts vez« sea n m com*
pitUHo vtth t n a n t e 90 per cent
or Uw c rtp tn u d with cotna troit
aad n i a Ounace tvpontd br prodoew v
^^urn «t* lh e r ab o alovtd up tht
taacar b m b a m n tn Magic VaUer,
tbv R p o it autad, aa tho weather
acabi ’VQold Qot allow pUlng
CTQ{».
LoftA at BtachlQciT la aome parts
ttl ttw a n * waa atoppcd Saturday
la order that itnaata could cauh
l>9 taC oot of aoU In the area
WO m ate Jt nee«B»ar7 to reaeed
caaa; cartr ae«ded fall grain crops,
the ttp ott coallBued.
and third alfalfa hay harwere pracUcally eomplel«^d
u td a t r n c * Tlelds w m reported
tor Oorer aad alfalfa seed.
Mother Charges
Cluuc Branding
LOS ANOELES. O c t 8
jtMSc toother « b o alleges she w u
penaaoeoHy "branded" o o the ab«
dOBwn while a matemllr ward pa>
tlCBt sued tha Culrer Ctty hoepltal
ter CttJNO damages.
U tv Demlce Shapiro. 33, alleged
that while tn the hcspltal (or the
biith o f & babr girl last Octobcr,
bar abdoBUS was marked with the
M ttta ’X>Ftr and an extra Eero
b ^ tba Biddle Irtter.
R cr eonplalnt sUted It waa her
bctM tha
was done for
Mentmcatioa purposes. She alleged
aba had not aothortsed the tnscrtp.
tion.
B «r brother>tn-Uw and attonie;.
B am ctt Shapiro, ■told a reporter;
m aridncsbo«sir she wears any
awdera sCrle b s n m ldrin dresa or
s w te aoli.'’
Homes, Buildings
Going up in Carey
C A U T . O c t 9 - T t t houslnf
abatta«e tn C ait7 Taller, while aot
3«t Qcted, to onreotljr ducking teUto c b )a w s .A e r "
- . w r tiin n t hM alreadj baen com*
»)et*d. both In town and on ranch«• la tbo vWnltjr. with an all>tlme
b igb n o v betsg tn foQ swing.
BBCMOOwTOderconstrucUoa In*
aoA * tb ow o r LMUa SUredga. IU 7
BtepMD. J. H. ^ t t t n s D , R o a
Vtck. Orrts DOnotth. iM o a rd Ho<
/ watd and F taok Xnama. A new bustnaaa baSdlac ta betnv completed
•aotb or tewa by StaiileT Dtlworth,
wfao plans additional coostnieUon
toTCtrtoc ttsa or sererat buildings
to this alt* trofa the B unt relocatten ccetar.
Here’s President’s
E kkIcss Breakfast
■;-«
100
10
MSSTf.iS'"™"
‘Average’ Farmer Not as Well
Off as Statistics Would Show
<Thlj Is the first o f three dis­
patches o n the condition o f the
American fanner today,)
By PETER ED80K
WASHINOTOK, Oct. 7 (NEA) —
T^e tendency o f city folk to blune
the fsrmer for today's high cost of
living 1s worth a second look.
. n m n prices are nearly three
times as high aa
1 B 1 O -I0 I4 .
M any
farmers
would be satisfied
with lower prices.
But they would
also be chumps If
they refused to
accept ths high
prices city fellers
are .w llllog and
ettger to pay for
crops and live­
stock today.
p , i „ Eaion
Only 63 cenU
out of the consumer's dollar go
to the farmer. The other 48 cents
go to railroads and truck lines for
transporUUon. the food packers
and canners, the wholesalera and
retailers.
But. as n . B. farmers this month
comidete their 1M7 harvest, the
department of agriculture estimates
th at national fami Income will
reached the aU-tlme total o f t30,800,000,000. Last year tt was t39,300.000.000. In 1840 It wss only 111.000.000,000.
The combined a.»eta o f Amerlaaa farmer*—their land, livestock,
machlneryi and saYlnga—are today
given a value of » ll l . 000.000.000.
Last year It was »g8.000.<H)0.000, Befor« the war It w u «S4.000.000,000.
Total of farm mortgages and loans
U put at $8,000,000,000 as against
«7.000.000,000 lest year and tIO.OOO.000.000 before the war.
These big figures on the na­
tional fsrm prosperity are Impres­
sive. They IndlcAte that U. s . farm
Income h u nearly tripled, that the
farmers' n et worth has nearly
doubled and that their Indebtedness
has gone down a fifth. Under such
conditions, the average farmer
this average farmer should be at
harvest time, divide the above dol­
lar totals by B,SOO.OOO~-the number
of u . S. farms In operation.
U will show tha average farm­
er's income this year should be
t a r n as against »4JOO lost year
and 11.000 before the war. It will
show his land and e<iulpment worth
119.000 today as compared with
I9JOO before the war. The average
farm Indebtedness Is shown to be
I1J80 as against 11.730 before the
war.
Bear In mind that theta are na­
tion averages for all farma—from
10 acres In suburbia to 10.000 acres
In Texas. Over the years, the size
of American farms has been in­
creasing. Today ths average U 330
acres. In 1036 the average acreage
was IM.
Actually, there Is no such thing
as on "average farm** that can raise
a little bit o f e v ^ t h ln g grown
tn the United States. In t^ ln g to
get at the condition o f the mythical
average AmerlcaQ farmer, allow­
ances have to be made for sec­
tional differences.
*In general, the great plains area
has shown greatest advance. Meat
and wheat, the two sUples o f the
war. have glvtn midwest farmera a
real boom. I h e cotton belt has not
done quita as well. New England
farms have shared least In the war
prosperity.
The physical volume of crops and
llvestock.4ent to market this year
will probably be do«-n a little from
last-year's peak.
The fortunes o f farmers rlsa and
fall as the yields go up or down. It
U the continuing scarcity o f farm
produets, plus higher levels of-con sumption, that have driven up
prices and brought the farmer his
new prosperity.
But, even here, there ts an tm-
equal spread In the division o f farm
Income. The blc. mechanised factory
farms using Klentlflc methods get
a greater proporUonate share o f
the profits than the old-fashioned
farmers. That may sound like a
truism, but* It Is the big story.
Three-fourths of the total farm
Income this year may be earned
by the top third of the natloa'a
farmers. A t the other extrema, the
bottom third will get less than five
per cent o f the take.
Reducing thb to averages again.
U means that In round numbers,
the 3,000.000 top farmers wOl' take
In more than » 11,000 aplKe—or
m .ooo.ooo.ooo-for Ihelr year^ work.
But the two mlllloa farmera at the
bottom o f the seals will groaa leas
than «1.400,000.000. or |700 each.
This Is sUll the tragedy of Amert.u i farming today—the one-third
o f the farmers who live on maigln-^
al land and barely make a living.
nd
Em
n p iire
u m
SAFE
SOUND
Jackpot Falls
For Nebraska
Farm Owniers
By 1,T1J( X. WILSON
OUAHA. Nebr., Oct. B UA-N*<
toajka tarmera hit the bllUoa Jack­
pot this year, ‘ney are stuffing
a good quarter of It into tha bank.
That aUght hasa over the plains Is'
the siaudge,ot burning farm auittsgea.
Tliere never has been anything
Uka<tha, is what tha famen aay.
and ft lot of them add. Iksure'cant
Flying, east trom ttie tetermountaln desert country, the land below
ttnns gradually from brown to' a
brownish green and hxK way acroa
Nebraska It begins to look pretty
_____ _____ I?
_ nsLr-drtr* eBgtiie, with twia i
PheU abev* atta r* a bm 4 view ef
oa tb « new T o d u r Terped* ear> Tbia elwath. « m eC t M
right. A TMker ‘
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‘Eggless Thursday’
Program Set for
Peace ‘Closer,’C&lled Ill-Advised
Reserve Meeting
Wls.. Oct. s yp>Truman Asserts WAUPACA,
Reid P. Murray, R.. Wls.. de­
Here Wednesday wAsamoTOW. oct b «>> — Rep.
clared In an Interview today Pres­
A meeting o f the M ist organised President Trumin told fellow
rcoerve composite group will be BapUsta tm a msny lands to­
sie gHthig cloaer all
held at 8 p. m. Wednesday In the night
the tlme~ to a fair and Just peace
Idaho Po«er company
aa d
will evtntually gat It,”
Ueut.-Ool. Erwin Clement. <
"But « « nU9t hava the sup­
landing officer, said Tuesday.
Imp6rtance of RaaoUne aad oU port.* th e Presldtnt said, 'o f aU
supply In modem warfare wlU be thcae orsanlsaiUo&s that stand
discussed by Ueut-CoL Merritt U. for Qod and t o r a moral code In'
Orcellhg while LleuL-Col. hlonls the workLB. Montgomery, unit instructor, will
Mr. Tnunsn spoke briefly and
discuss reserve problems.
tnfoim aar si aerrlees coenmemTwo films' “ GasoUne and OU oratlnK the traxufer tn m London
.u p p ly" and Quartermasteta at to Waahlsgtoo ot headquarters of
War’* will be shown at the mcettng th e Baptist W crU aUlsace. 7)iU
to which all ex-serrlctcncn are U an orgs&m uon of Baptist
Invited. All reserrtsta a n urged to chun^ea la a e « l y 60 countries.
attend.
It was also announced by
Sgt. Glenn C. Stover, assistant unit
Instructor of the Idaho oganlaed
reserve corps, that addlUonal quotas
for reserve officers to attend the
TALLABASSEK R ju Oct. 8 UP)universal mlUtaiy training prfuram
a skunk showed u p In the
at PI. Knox, Ky.. had been alloted When
U. 8 . postofllcA. dty tlremen atUdced with f ib e r gax.
v
T h e skunk counterattacked In hU
aatural manner, vhlch was much
more effectlTt tb a n ether. 'The flre»en retreated.
BUHL, Oct. B—Mr. and Mrs. U P.
Ttiey tlnally came back with a
Runyon have left fo r San Bernar­ carbon dioxide aoluUon .which fioM
dino, Calif., to visit their son. George the. tnvader l a a ventUor shaft.
and family, and to attend the na­ Then he was saiXdy remored-^fro*.
tional postmasters' conTentlon at «a stiff.
Los Angeles, Oct. 13-18.
Thare was baldly any lingering
Attending the supreme PEO con­ odor, ao th e flreenen tald. Postoffice
vention at Los Angeles that ends patrols were ooc ao sure about thaU
Thursday are Mrs. E. J. Daly and
Mrs. W. A. Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Plckrell have
rettimed from Portland. Ore.. after
FOR BBIDCE PARTIES
visiting with frlenda and relatives.
C aoC O lA T S S — NOT8
r A K T T &tINTS
RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL
rU D C B IC K SO N ^
lOSYBURN, Oct. 8—Mrs. Henry
ICS CBCA.M
Bchadde has n tu m ad heme from a
Twia Fans
Balt Lake city hosi^tal w hen she s a SCata A n . B.
underwent major surgtry.
Firemen Routed in
Fight With Skunk
ident 'Truman's "eggless Thursdays"
program was Ul-advlsed because the
government was spending large sums
o f money to dispose of surplus eggs
amounting to mUllons o f dozens.
Murray, now serving his fifth
term In congress. Is a member of ths
house agriculture committee. He
aald In recent weeks t7W,000 hsd
been allocated to dispose of eggs
held by the government.
CONFERENCE ATTENDANTS
HElfBURN, Oct. 8-T h ose from
here attending the LOS conference
at Salt Lake Olty last week were
Bishop. Earl Peterson. Lund Chris­
tensen, M r. and Mrs. Emesl Bandy,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moon. Mr. and
Mrs. PatU WUcox and Joe Bailey.
Residents o f Buhl
Attend Convention
Nebraska never had It so good,
b e war started the farm boom,
lit peace.2 ^’a wonderful, l l i e av­
erage of aV farm prices w u three
times—309 per cent to be exact-ot
the 1009-14 base period as o f tost
June. It continued up In July and
August and is well above 313 per
cent today.
ThU may sound like a dull sUtlstlc. But to the fanner and his wife
It Is money In the bonk and an
electrlo washing machine in the
kitchen, a new car or a trip to
Florida this winter.
*The farmers," related a nameless
friend who long has known Ne­
braska. "are pretty nearly sttnklng
rich. The city man’s high cost cl
living Is the farm man's prosperity."
-And." he added, -this state Is the
center o f Republicanism. Jt is soUdrr
than the solid aouth . . . ”
The Idea seems to be that if the
■Republicans nominated a Chlnue
for President next year. Nebraska
farmers would vote for him. The
slate U safe GOP. No doubt about
that. •
THE
WAY
YOU
LIKE TO LOOK . , .
IN THE
BLOUSE
•
YOU
LOVE TO WEAR
PAUSE FO R COKE
R ELA X ES GOLFERS
CONSERVATtVI
Aata, Usblllhr, BattUtv. Robbafy sad FUarar tannnc*
Hem* O fflc a ^ s M BI4f.. Balsa. I M t
WES-nVARD HO NURSERY
- I X D -u n
Heretofore, whlla trylnc.to atand
firm agalnat the spread ot totalUsjrlanlsm, the United 6tat«a and her
assoclatea have been
by what they considered tha aeecaslty o f keeping the dbor opea tor
a Russian c h a n g e d heart>
Bass Slaaa Daer
Now RussU has slammed- that
door tightly shut
The. Marshall plan can Dow ba
presented to the congress and peopla
o f the United Sutea u a piMUcal
and even a mUlta^r neoassltr aa
well as an economlo aad humaol*
tAj-lan expedient. Help fo r Xtanca
and Italy becomes not coly m ques­
tion of what we can afford to do,
but something we cannot afford not
to do to save them from the axis
which their communlsU have joined.
The U. S. has been subject to
some embarrassment about mainUlnlng a tradlUonal poslUob of fair
play while not wishing to atrangthen
the Russian sphere through relief
aid to her saulUtes. That worry
can be dropped now, for th«ae coun­
tries would of course be just too embar««ied thenuelrea if anyone stig.
gested they even needed help from
the "dirty caplUlIsts.**
Cobwebs Swept Awal
irmatlon ot the Bolshevist axis,
with Its ouUlght declaration o f Ideo­
logical war. also sweeps away tha
cobwebs which have. In some Quar­
ters. obscured one of the cardinal
tenents o f the tolarltartan rerolutlorwrlcs. This Is that when auIfU
d en t economic ch&os has been cre­
ated. when the fifth columna a n
ready, violence Is to be thrown Into
the balance.
Th e Bolshevists, by slanunlng the
door which led to world-wlde cooperaUon lo r peace, have opened wide
another. By making It clear that
there can be no eooperaUon any­
where, they have rlp p ^ up the fic­
tion that antl-communtst ooallUtms
among other nations are aubreislve
o f the United Katlons.
Ifisur* with
T U L IP S -25 fo r $1.00
I^ o k iiig Over One of F i ^ Tuckers
Dy J. H. BOBERT8, Jr.
AP rorcUa Affaira Asulyrt
Russla'a organlatlcn o t th t N « «
Axis, while inteDsUylnc Uw aeo□omle and political war bttvean
communism and democnoy. a e r m
at the same time to claclty.aad la
some ways to easa the ocDduet ot
the fight on the part of tha veatazn.
P ut Idaho M o na y to W o rk in Idaho!
W A SBSKITON.-Oct 8 (;p)—This
waa FttsMeat Tluman'a breakfast
«B this R n t ‘Meatless Tuesday,"
•a M aaogDctd by tha White House.
Pra&ea. oatneal. ona slice of
teast. cotree.
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tiT k n ThOTday, the house said, Mr. Dacsllnt dlipUr et Darwin aad Cotuiia
Ttm aaa wOl breakfast on:
tarteUc* I.arsnt poulOlo blooms, exiBlea. oatmeal, toast, cof- Quuitt tliulea. lluikjr. vliorous Bultit.
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TWIN FALLS
WEDNESbAT; OCTOBER 8,194T
TIMES:NEWS, TWIN PAILS, IDAHO
Newljrweds Are Guests JuneGeerWins
ntest Honors
At Week-End Reception Co
At UtahSchool
KIMBSRLT. Oct. B -A rtwpUoo
In taonor ot T h u m u i A. wmk and
hli bride, Ute lonner Lol< Marl*
BtursUl. ir u betd Sunday. Sept. 31.
at the boms ot her parenU. Mr. and
M n. Tbeodore Sturgill. Mr. and
Mrs. WUlU were married PrIiUj.
Sept 10. at the LDS temple in
PaUi with President David Smith
otrielatlog at the doub]e-rlng cere*
m ony..
The bride U a graduate o f Klm>
bftrly high whool, and WUlls, aon
ot Mr. and M n . Lem WUlla, Cedar
Clt7. Utah, attended high •chool
and college In Cedar a t y . E s la
a member oT-Lambda DelU 6 '
He sened In the air corps for
year*.
The bridal gown was ot nylon
tuUe with a fitted bodice and a
skirt bouffant with rows o f ruftln
which dipped in the tuck to form a
train. She carried a nosegay o f pink
rosebuds, lUles and asters tied with
streamers of saUn and framed in a
net ruffle. As a token o f sentiment
she wore a bluebird pin. something
boiTOwed, blue and old belonging to
Mrs. Wllllsm Van Houten.
Mis . Sturgill. In a pink afternoon
dress, and the mother o f ^ e bride­
groom. to black, irora cbrsages of
rosebuds.
Mrs. Howard Moffat, assisted ...
Mrs. Ray Call, Mrs. Don D. Olbbs
and Mrs. Van Houlen, arranged the
reception. Mrs. Floyd St&nger and
Mrs. Oarth Price were to charge
or the guest book and the display
of gifts. Oivrdenla corsages were
presented to the reception sssistanU.
Tho refreshment Uble, covered
wlih a white embroidered linen cloth,
wtifl centered with a three-Uered
wedding cake. Wedding bells topped
Uie cake which wos surrounded with
pink roses and flanked by tall white
MRS. THURMAN A. WILLIS
tajwrs In crystal holders.
■(Album photo-iU ff engraving)
n oral dKoratlons for the recep­
tion were arranged by Mrs. Deu.
A musical program feotured Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moffat, Ru­
,^ A l e c j Ashmeod, Denver, Colo., plon- pert, ond Roy King, Hansen.
' lat; Roy King, violinist accompimled
A family dinner at the Park hotel.
by Alene Freestone; and Mrs. Olndys Twin Palls, preceded the reception.
Call, who song "Because" and "A l­ Saturdoy night the bridal couple was
ways In My Heart" accompanied by honored with a dinner at the home
Mrs. Ashmead. Background music of Mr. and Mrs. Don Olbbs, Kim­
was provldeil by Mrs. J. D. Clalbom berly.
at the piano.
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Out-of-town guests for the recep­
tion were Mrs. Ashmead. Mrs. Lem
'Wlllb, mother of the bridegroom
and Jay WIUls. both Cedar City;
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Hartvlgsen.
Reccnt residents ot Twin Palls
Logan. Utaji; Mr. ond Mrs. Eugene
England and children. Salt Lake ^ r e guests of the Ifewcomers club
City; Mr. and Mrs. Call, Jerome: for luncheon Saturdny at the Rogerson hotel. Mae Lcueh, Mrs. Jane
Wilson^ Mrs. A. Newton. Mrs. H. L.
Turner and Mrs. E. E. Moodey. were
new members and guests at the
meeting.
The president, Mrs. JVank Ab­
bott, conducted tlie business meet­
Tho Business and Professlona ing. Bridge followed the luncheon
women met Monday at the BaptLi with prises going to Mrs. I. A. Hanel.
bungalow (or tbelr regular dinner Jane Wilson and Mr.i. Turner.
meeting. The president, Fannie
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Amcy, conduetei) (he bustoess ses­
sion. "Amerlcn’' was sung by the
group, BCCCRipanled by Mrs. Teala
The Blckel PTA will meet at 8
Bellini.
p. m. today in the school auditorium.
Quests present for the meeting
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and dinner were Mrs. Howard KleinFILER. Oct. 8—Tlie Order of
kopf. Mrs., Florence Farrar, Mrs
Rainbow Olrls will meet tonlRhl.
MaUe P. Oruel and M rs.-ata Max­
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well. state and local officers wert
All BPW members are Invited to
Introduced by Mtsa Anley. Laura Mc­ attend In a body Sunday. Oct. 13,
Donald, a new member, was Intro- at the Baptist church.
-duccd.
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EnterUlnment for the evening wai
The Twin Falls Home Economics
^glven by three high school stud­ group will meet at fl p. m. Friday
ents. Jo>-ce Fisher sang "Dou-n In at the home ot KatJilccn Porter,
the rvarest" and "Keep Hopln’," acccmpanled by Donna Rue Badlcy.
Violin selections. "Eiardas" and
The second ward Relief society
••Ah. Sweet Mystery of Life," were will meet ni 10 a. m. Tliursday for an
plo>-ed by Joe Altft Bishop, accom­ all-day work session. Pot-luek din­
panied by Mlflj Flaher.
ner will be scr^'ed at noon.
The chief speaker for the evening
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was the stAte president. Prankle
Mrs. E. R. Sparkman, 028 Fourth
^w orth. who told of the national avenue north, will be haitc.u to cir­
board meeting at French Uck, Ind. cle six ot the WSCS for pot-lueklunchcon at 1 p. m. Thursday. Member« are naked to bring table s‘en-Ice. •
Rosie Messinger Married Baptist Church
arty Scene ,
At Candlelight Services ■IsHP
onoringBride
Juna Geer, daughter t f U r. and
Mrs. Ralph W. 0«er, v u o o t o f a
Ulo o t girls eboten by th« frwhman
clasa o f the Xftit*mlty o f Utah to
rule over the danee and football
game last
“ hello week- on tho campus. Tba
girls. Ann Rocersod, queen, and Miss
Q i a and Bonnie Lee. her altendonts. were Introduced to the student
body at an assembly meeting and
were crowned with flowered lels by
members ot the TlslUng Ziawall tooi~
ball team.
Miss o e e r graduated last.-sprlnff
from thd Twto VaUs high acbool
where ahe was an aotlve participant
10 school affatrt.
MovieActress
O'iF Ofd Films
IsClubGuest
In a candlelight ceremony per­
formed at the Bethel Temple by the
^ r . B. M. David. Roale. Mesatoger,
^ u gh ter o f Mr. and M n. P. W.
Messinger, became the bride ot
Charles A. SatUnk-hlte. son of Mr.
and M n. H. Satterwhlte.
Given to marriage by her father,
the bride wore a ^hlte satin gown
styled wiui a net yoke beaded with
f ^ e r s , a fitted bodice, pototed
^ t - l c n g t h sleeves and a flowing
akirt entrata. Her full length veil
w u caught to her hair with a
beaded Uara. The bridal bouquet
w u ot pink dellghU and aweetheart
roeea Ued with aaUn itreamen. '
Candlellghters were Jim Rhodes
and John Williams. Precedtog the
cenmony Mrs. Kathera WUllama,
Lucille StonsU. Ed Polk, and Everett
Aldrltt sang a group of aongs, and
Mrs. Eleanor Wagner and M n.
Eleanor Hines pUyed accordlan
MlecUons accompanied by Mrs, Edna
Roberts, who also played tho wed­
ding march.
Erla Mae Dtonls, maid of honor,
wore a pink goTO and carried a
bouquet of white carnations with
s t r e a m e r s . Bridesmaids w e r e
Claudia Mae MerrUl, Mary Lola
Dudley, and Janet Abshln. Their
bouqueu were of yellow and white
pom-pom clio'santhemums.
Young Melvlri Springfield and
Delores Bhaup. dressed as a bride
and groom. led ihe bridal procesSion. The ring was carried on a
rose.
Bc.1 t man was Ernest Watson.
Richfield. The ushers were Gene
Mes.iner, Diile Messner ond Frank
Wagner.
For her daughter’s wedding Mrs.
Messinger wore a dark dress wjth
a corsage o f red sweetheart roses.
A reception was held to the
church oftcr tlje ceremony. Pliyllls
Tews. Shirley Armstrong. Dora
Heacook. Mary Ellen Measner, Jer­
ald Tews and Boyd and H. L. Satterwhlte helped In tlio seattog of
guests and arranging of gifts.
Tlje lace-covered reception table
was centered with a flve-tler wed­
ding cake topped with a tiny bride
and bridegroom. The church waa
decorated with large baskets o f pink
and white chrysanthemums. White
Castleford 4-H
GroupHasParty
GuestsofGroup
Gatherat Lunch
w.
Musical Program
Entertains BPW
HAILEV, Oct. B—Amusing "come
>»•« held
this fall by the women of the Enst•m a t « - o f HaUejr and Bellevue. The
h o s tw for luoh a party sends no
Invitations but prepares her meal,
Dialces all other arrangements, then
picks up her guesU "a* they ore."
I f a guest makes any change In her
i^ p e o n in e e she U fined 2J cents.
« * n je fund fermed by th u e fines
will be used by the worthy matron
In her project for the year. This
year the project Is to be asslsUnce
to Job’s DaughUrs and to the barbe­
cue pit and rwffeaUon room that
the Boise grand lodge Is erecting.
Mrs. R. H. McCoy, worthy matron,
gave tJie Initial “ irme as you m "
tertalned at an aftwnoon Ua|^ i S i .
Veriand 8 a l ^ gave a w affle breakt u t ; Mrs. B. H. McCoy gave an­
other iuneheon->«t midnight: Mrs.
Arthur Derry and M n. Harry Putjle r gave a "brunch” breakfast, and
Mrs. Lee Berry enterUlned for
breakfast. Mrs. Milton Schaefer and
Mrs. Oscar Schaufelberger, both Bellevue, bare given brtakfosta.
Your
COAT
DRESS
Council Reports
Twin FallsArea
PTA Activities
BPWDelegation
AttendsMeeting
PTA Meriibership
Drive Has Begun
Friends Surprise
Visitor IsFeted
The Parent-Teacher council nut
Uonday erenlng at the home of
Mrs. Ralph EUlolt Each o ( the local
pretldenU gave a report on PTA acUvlUee to her sch ool Tlte chairmen
ot the various coimcU committees
alao gave reports.
Chairmen are Mra. aeorge Halay,
........ .......... .................
Mra. Victor
Ooertsen. parent educaUon and
study group; Mrs. Leonard Avant.
hot lunches; Mrs. Edward Blair,
summer round-up: Mra. John E.
Ho} m , leglalaUon; Mra. Howard
PUher, recreation: Mt^ Robert
Stevens, publlclt)-; Mrs. Vem Mel­
ton. magactoes; Mrs. H. L. Ains­
worth, community chest: Mrs. Neale
Haiard. program; Mrs. Robert MUler, hospitality, M n. Blwto Rathke.
courtesy and Mrs. John McCuUeugh,
budget. O f partlclar toterest was
Mrs. Ainsworth's report o f her visit
with community chest officials.
M n. L. Gillespie announced that
the prb-achool PTA will have a pro­
gram every Saturday at 6:30 a. m.
over sUUon KVMV. At 10 a. m.
Salurdayi during October the Blck­
el school will give a program over
station KTPL
Dorothy OoUord and Dr. P. L.
Murray talked on publla health In
schools.
OuesU at the council' meeting
were M n. Ballard and M n . Melvto
Morgan of the Kimberly PTA; Mrs.
C. H. Schllt o f the Seven Day AdvenUst school, and Mrs. C. V. Hovey
of the Lutheran school. H ie next
meeting wlU be Nov. S.
satin bows marked the bridal aisle
which ended under an arch formed
o f yellow and wlilte blossoms,
Mr. and M n. Satterwhlte wlU
make their home In Twto Palls.
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MusicianGives
Artist Program
Gwen Hovey, a piano siudent of
M n . Teala Belltol, will be the mu­
sician featured on the- program,
•'Young Artists on tho Ivories” pre­
sented over n d lo station KTPI at
9:45 p. m. Thursday. Mias Hovey.
the daughter o f Mr. and Tkln. C. V.
Hovey, 371 Fillmore, Is a Junior to
the Twin Falls high school.
Her program will Include the
C ln t Movement of "Sonato,- Op. S7.
No. a, by Beethoven: "NocUime.’*
Op. 7, No. 1 and -Polonnalse,” Op.
20, No. 1, by Chopin.
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Groups in Filer ■
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Calendar
'As You Are' Is
ThemeinHailey
CAOTLXPORb. O c t « — Mrs. o t i i x K ’ix m PineU. B«a can via
mehard S U n , th « tocmer Uaxhu b« -u&te tad nctp« for woktag
Olayton, was b o a c n d recently vltb
a alscel^neous tbower at the B a ^
tlst c b u t ^
D ie program Inchided a voeal ioh>
by Roqtt M clatlw . a duet fay Jay
Aon and Wanda W tseeam r acoompanled by lisb etb Lu s h l ^ and a
group o f love aonga suns by Mra.
Joe Dean and Mra. Kemp Bopklns.
Mra. Ed Conrad gave several appropnia readtoca.
Tlie church baoement waa deco­
rated to rainbow colon aztd tha
luncheoa carried c u t the same color
theme. Mrs. Claude Brewer, U n .
Le* Clayton. M n . Dave Groybeal,
Mra. Ed Logan, Mra. John Moyer.
Ura. J, Roy Haley and Mrs. Frank
Bishop were hoeteasea.
«
MissHillsWeds
At ServiceWith
Floral Setting
Guest speaker at tbs TweflUeth
Century club luncheon was Mrs.
J. L. Ritchey, famous In the days of
the ollent films as Wanda Hawley.
Mra. Ritchey told o f the deception
that is used to filming movies and
Marian Isabel HIIU, daughter of
o f other details to picture produc­ Mr. and M n. A. Q- Hills, became the
tion.. Rcmlnlsclng about the stars bride ot Charles Alberts at a cere­
o f the early'-day films, she tocluded mony performed by the Rer. Mr.
m,any personal anecdotes.
Wilsle. Jerome, on Saturday. Sept.
An outsUndlng Ineldent to her 20. The double-ring service was read
career was a trip In 1033 to Europe before an altar decorited with
and Eg>-pt for location filming of autumn flowen.
one o f her pictures. She was In Egypt
The bride wore a blue atreetduring the excavation o f Uie tomb length dress and brown accessories.
o f K tog •Tut" and she remembers She carried a corsage of roses and,
In particular the curse that It was as a token o f sentiment, wore a
believed would fall on the excavat­ locket, belonging to her aimt, Mn.
ing archaeologlsu. Whlle ln Egypt Oordon Hills.
she was a dinner guest o f King Fuad
A wedding breakfast was given
ond met the young Prince Parouk, Sunday, Sept. 31. by Myrtle Clemans
who b now king of the country.
and Caroline Hills to honor ot the
Mrs. Ritchey said that she Is often bridal couple and the bride’s par­
asked the question "How con you ents.
cry so easily?” She demonitrated
Alberts la the aon ot Mrs. Bertha
her foolproof .system for bringing Alberts. Lodi. Calif. Both he and
tears by readtog Uie sad "Little Boy liLi bride Jittended Northwest Bible
Blue." by Eugene Field.
Training school at Caldwell.
Mra. Ritchey was Introduced by
Mrs. Alan Duvall who sang "Peg O'
My Heart." the title song frc«n
the actreu' beat known film.
Members of the club met for their
October lunchcon ot the Legion hall.
CABTLEPORD. Oct, 8 — The
The receiving llnlT Included Mrs.
H Mace Holmes, president. Mrs. Piet Happy Homemakers 4-H club was
WUson, Mrs. Henry QetCert, Mrs. honored a( a party recently at the
Alvtov Casey, Mrs. Robert SutclUf home o f H n. Alfred Kramer.
The group leader, Jeanne Kudlae,
FILER. Oct, 5-M rs. Glenn Davis
and Mra. C. P. Cosgrlff.
Mrs. P.
McRoberts opened the was given a gift of appreciation entertained the Washington bridge
meeting with a rending ot "Collect." from the glrU and another gift from club Friday afternoon. M n. Irene
Mrs. Holmes Introduced Mrs. WlLion. tlie WSCa, who sponsor the Happy Kreker wa.'i a guc-si for Uio meeting.
who was elected district recording Homemakers. Following games and Prises went to Mrs.- m n k ^Ikes
secretary at the convention Id May. contest.1 . Mrs. K n m er served the Mrs, Kreker and Mra. Luther Pierce.
The Four Square club held lu
The new members were Introduced Klrls refreshmenu.
opening meeting of the fall season
and welcomed by Mrs. Holmes. Mrs.
at the home of Mrs, W. G. Fife
H. H. 8toke.% accompanied by Mrs.
"Thoughts for charity" were given In
C. R. Fox led community singing.
answer to roll call. The white ele­
Mrs. Stanley Phillips gave a rtphant went to Mrs. Morris Dunlap.
port on the district convention held
OlUe June Flfo and Prances Tim­
to Twin Palls last May, and Mrs.
.OOODtNG, Oct. 8—Ooodtag rep- mons, pianists, and Patty Hawkins,
H otaes reported on the convention
re.<ienutlves of the Business and who gave a h om solo, were featured
held In Rexburg In September.
Profe.vilonBl Women's club attend­ on the program.
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ing the fall meeting of the soutli
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dl.',Lrlct of Idaho BPW clubs at Burley Included Lleru Lucke, MyrUe
Turner, JusnlU Pancher and Helen
KINO
KILL,
Oct.
8 -T h e mem­
L. Smith. The spring meeting ot the
BUHL. Oct. 8 -A ll parents of high Bouih central district wlU be held bers o f the seventh and eighth
grade held a aurprlse party In thclr
school students are urged to attend In Gooding next April.
school
room
In
honor
of Oayle
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the O c ^ e r meeting of the hlRh
Trenton on the anniversary o f her
school PTA to be held at 8 p m.
birthday. Cake and lee cream were
Wednesday In the high school audi­
served
to
everj'one
present.
torium. •The membership drive Is
FILER. Oct. 8 - M n . Stephen
on. Prove your Interest In your Cass. Seattle, Wash., was the tochild and his school by Joining your ftplratlon for a dessert luncheon
local Parent Teacher group" Is the given by Mrs. O. J. Childs. Mrs. Casa
LAME BACK
request o f Mrs. Chester Peterson, la visiting nt the home ot her elster,
membership chairman.
Mrs. E. F_ Haas. Others gue.its
CORRECTION
M n . Ed Johnson, chairman, has were Mrs. W. J. Fenwick, Mrs. A. E.
Is pleaiiant and painless Back­
planned an totere.itlng program Pond, Mm, O. C. Davis, M n. R. K.
aches may be associated with
which will Include an address by Dllltoghom and Mrs. E. O. Walter.
rheumatism, arthritis, lum*
Supt. George Likeness, music by the
bogo. stomach and kidney dls>
high school girls’ triple trio, readings
orders.
If you have tried
by Mrs. Ed Conrad and a talk by
everything else try adjust,
Principal Floyd Luft. Mr. Luft will
ments Relief Is often obtatotell what the school expects of the
L ed after first treatment.
PTA and how parents can h e lp -u
better the schooLv
■
D R. A LM A HARDIN
CniROPRACTOR
An Informal social hour with re­
>Uen*BS«A«M ■, 1X0 Mala
Monthly meeting ot the Women’s freshments win conclude tha eveNorth Phene U M
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association of the Presbj-terlan nlng
chureh will be held In the church
BOl-ANS f o r AcM bN fisM tion25<
parlor at 3:30 p. m. Thursday. Devotlons will be led by Mrs. Juneau
Shinn. Tho progrom, "Missionary
C^tlook," wm be in charge ot Mrs.
Marlon Dunn, and tea will be served
Sy Mrs. Jolin Breckenrldge's group.
The Spiritual Enlightenment group
will meet at 3 p. m. under leader­
ship ot Mrs. Reese WUllams.
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va* held at U» booM at XM.
KUnbeth Bjnn. -lb * n M ■mtng
ii KbidalMi iw fHdi^ at ttw tens
Sorority Leader
VisitsChapters WAKE UP YOUR
ALBION, Oct. 8-M rs. Moye AnIU
Johnson, slate president o f DelU
Kappa Gamma, has returned from
her annual visit to the Epsilon
chapter at Lewiston and Bela chap.
Icr at Coeur d'Alene. While to Lew­
iston she was a dinner guest of
Gladys Rae Swank, past presWent
ot the Idaho Press women. At
Coeur d'Alene she was a house guest
at the heme ot Loretta Dannigan, a
former student at the' Southern
Idaho College ot EducaUon and
president ot Zela chapter.
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order department (IHO) and hav* then pUce yosr order ter yea
Let ui look them over aad tell you what U
necessafy.
H E R E 'S W H Y :
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1. A blend of tho world’* nnest coffees.
2. Controlled R oa8tlno»-«n exclusive Hills
Bros. pn)oe«s-aivM overy pound tho
urns matohlese flavor.
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N EW Y O R K . O cL * I k ^ W t ln »
lisahj r ^ k a oTtho'ihaenc* ot a
NEW YOKtt, o e ;. o - o w i w c l ^ w
»»r ^ a B ^ and
another foothaU eeaion.
' iisutm" d u iiic the tea M ^ p ra red
Leah; piscUcally breake down com*• nun
him ccorrect.
om ch A
Haen
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two
BlcUly ^ m itu n g M otn Dame'fl long run* In nine outlngi. B nn
pnwpecU a n good.
Sliko scampered O ja r d t agalnit
Coach Leahy mape directly back QUnoU In the opener and Cogr Ue>
Into character, howerer. by naming Oce dashed 77 against Boathem
what.
to him. could be CtUfomla In the cunals>cloeer. It
weakneues. The most inscrutable was a long time between drinks,
Irishman ever to come out o f Win* Noire Dame's at that, because o f
ner. S. D , polnU to lack o f speed more accomplished b a ck t
among linemen, the absence o f a yel the Micks managed to do a
bit bettor ttu n -a n dght.
A « to <lepth, the Sooth Bend
w S u rT u ta * »2 re n '‘‘SiaitertadH. M
halftaftta. ^
fu U b ^
la tacklei. 15 tuards and a haU
centera.
centera. r<earv
Nearly au
an ox
o t uaa
tha
material li h a n d p lc l^ - ProfCHor
Leahj aonehow win manage to
fleld a *■«»» Aa Red BlaUc o f A m y
aoerta, Notra Dame Is ao rich la
rtaourcea oppoalng coachea searceiy
know where to begin their calcula>
tlooa.
som e close obeerrert gl*e the
m g h i f n material an edge on
7 h i7 m t m l tlu t tf jbbaar.lM*^ ipod ad&adni^
Jack wenl/ out, t h e . p e lU m U h t
Ontatdd ot tt»d'»uppcM<l.ab«B>ce
h a w iione ttoiUjle t f o i i j b t t o o ^
a tou^
how tmportast th ey'.eeostd e the M otn Dama iqaLd, e n o . t
airecuoo,
direction, ppsw
a aa ^
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and udwe ci ewat b
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ab- w
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in j . ituajiuncwic^^ wecnaoowwa.
lUtj of the Pole rrom the coai;eoun> Csarboikl. ZmlJ«wald..--Eo«lkowtkt.
try. 'n ie icbedule to on the aoft fiwlttawtei; Stakavita. and 'eoma
aide, however, with Pittsburgh. P u r * 'a o ie ilka th a t B at.th a. Jitoh are
due. Nebraska, Iowa, .NafT.:Attny. .there, too,.with Plaaagan. Klohaela.
Ncrthwettern. Tulano and B oath on ICeOarty. OeOee, McOehM. Sul*
Oallfomla. I lu it l Notre Dame's Uraa-PUkin. Oa«U ta lly , Walsh, two
only weakness- tiu aehednle. The O'Connors and tha 'brotheia'B renMicks are Just loo good to get a' aao. and Oconor.
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rBport tJ
Artaooa'a ace'tailback osea a iboa
h o m .to get into hla game breechca,
w ea n the amaDeet pair' ha' can get
lQto>-7Ubt
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pantepaoB
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nch'to'w ard
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'A tight pair ot paata might gtre
Kotra .Same the breakaway nm< ■
ner for whom Leahy profeaea t o ba
searching. '
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B ut i f a tight pair of p aatr would
do it, m n k Leahy woold already
hara him.
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DUCK SHOOTING FAIR
Ceaeb Fnuik Leahy c*n Noire Dane Ucks a ------Blnt.tlzed Coy McOee. ci*en hU chance in the rinal itn e wUh Sautb>
era CaUfomU last fsll, fslocd 1(S yards Id »l* altempU. leortd two
tenebdowns, one on a 77-yard imllop.
Carlson Topples Pins
For 656 Major Total
Corky Carlson followed up hU
67i series Of a week ajo wllh a
U « set. including game* of 333. 202
and 233. to set the pace for the bowl*
are in the Major league at the Bowladrome last nIghU
His performance and that ot Bus
Cowham, who had eis. with a 229
game, led the Blks to a S.037 series,
only to be beaten out by the Drive­
way MarkeU ^ one pin. However,
the Slka had a 1,068 game to pace
the M aiteU In that division.
OM THB
SPORT
fro ;
Keith Coleman, who w u leading
th e league with a 303 average, oould
get DO more than MO, while his
oousln. Royal, another o f the early
aeason's hot shots slipped to U l. al­
though he had a 235 game to work
CO.
The scores:
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drome for left-hnnded bowlers, but
It does look Uiat way.
That old YOSS was having
thoughts along that lino was iho
result o f the recent tenpin per­
formances o f Mr. Corky Carlson,
who came to Twin Falls fresh out
of Washington Stale, where he
starred In basketball, to become a
Icfl-handed flrsl-wicker for Uie
Cowboys and then later one o f the
Magic Valley's fintst bowlera and
golfers.
M r. Cartoon Uckled the maple*
ter S74. InelDdtnjc a XS7 game, a
week ago and then eame back
Toesday nlchl (e (epple, the pins
for OM. wllh aU bit game* In Ihe
noo** bracket Jntt as they were
on the previous eecailen.
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Why man. thafs an average of
333 for alx games!
And from whsl the Major ieoguera
:11 the ancient word puddler
If Mr. Tap hadn't got in his dirty
work a week ago the popular Corky
would have been well up In the 700#
with possibly a 300 gune. They said
he was in Uie “Drooklyn" pocket
, .........1 you know the "B rookIj-n- Is what the "New York" pocket
to right-hander and generally
means sUlkes.
It ttsed to be that the pudgy
one teit sorry for Muthpaw bow*
lers because they never have a
III
groove guiding Uitlr aineralitea
m
Into the pockct. That.U to say.
they have the slick part ot the
allry to conltad wllh st all tlmta
because there are not enough
left hand bowlers U wear oft the
gloss.
In the beginning Y0S8 said some­
thing about fixing up alleys for a
particular type of bowler. You say
i7» lit It can't be done? Well, It can be­
cause this typevrrlter tormentor has
seen It done—overnight for a team
which the next day won the world’s
match championship.
AND TH ATS THAT PGR NOW.
.except: There's one duck Uiat a
hunter didn’t get on opening
day. . . It's the one that Mr. Chuck
Aldcrson. the movie impresario, shot
*11 »7 i down and was driven away from
by a nest of homcls which treated
him to a whole hide full of sUngs.
Eight-Pound Trout
Salvaged by Use
Of Electric Shock
BICHPIEU). Oct. 8 flJJ»-PUh
Culturlst James C. Blmpeon ot the
Idaho fish and game department re­
ported today that 300 trout, ranging
from one to eight pounds each, have
been salvaged from the Richfield
canal by use of an electric shocking
derlce.
Th e fish were transferred to other
waters in the area where they can
Kurrlve the salvage operation which
was made necttsary by the turning
out o f waten from the canaL
qtmpam saM the *liotfoot* was
used wher» the use o f seines were
impractical. A portable generator
auppUed tlie curr ent. Simpson s Jd
the electricity JolU the fish but does
n ot kill them. I « r ^ trout w en
touad to be more suscepUble to the
electricity
tha
onea.
The department said the genersitor wUl be used to salvage trout
from other
BABE WINS EARLY
FO RT WOR-ni. Tex.. Oct. 8
Mrs. Babo Zaharlas led a parade of
10 golfers Into round two o f the
Texas Women's open at Port
Worth's River Crest Country club
today with an S and T-lambasting of
Mrs. George Noble. Dallas.
Patty Berg, the Minneapolis pro,
outlasted game Beverly Hansen,
Pargo, N. D., 3 and 1.
Hunters Differ
On Number of
Birds in Area
The duck htmUng season In this
The sportsmen's eluba of Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln. Cassia and Twin
area got under way at noon yetlerday with the hunters reporting fair Falls counUes have launched a campaign to eradicate the poaching on
pheasants in the Maglo Valley, the Southern Idaho Pish and Oams asso­
success.
ciation
announced Tuesday i ^ t following Ita regular monthly meeting.
Meanwhile differences of opinion
The text o f the announcement
srose on the number o f duck in the
was as follows:
, W. R. Prlebe. long regarded
•’The organited sportsmen's clubs
n authority on duck hunting
o
f
Gooding. Jerome. Uncoln. Cas­
conditions, reported that his inves­
sia and Twin Palls counties have
tigations had revealed that the duck
gone on record to aid the fish and
population was about 09 per cent
game
department to the fullest ex­
o f what It was a year ago,
tent in securing information m
T h e re ’ll be plenty o f disappoint­
pheosant poaching.
ments for the duck hunters," Prlebe
Patton's Lucky Hunter, apotnt"A goodly portion of tlie personnel
stilled.
cr owned by Leonard Patton,
ot these clubs have volunteered to
However, Dill Nltschke, local pres­
Burley, won first place in the
ident ot Ducks unlimited, said that derby stake In the Idaho Palls make road ohservallons and report
to the proper authorities.''
ail reports he had.received indicat­
field trials held in the federal
"Poaching has been one o f the
ed the duck population on the river
sanctuary at Mud loke. Mel Evermain reasons for making It necesfrom Burley all the way to -Ring
lon, president o f the local fleld
sary to shorten the open season
Bill. The. ducks included n ot only
trials club, announced
pheasant hunting."
Ihe natives, he said, but also pin­
Another dog owned by Patton.
The pheasant hunting season
tails which are foreign to this area.
Eagle Pohlc Trixie, was third opens Nov. 1 at noon.
Burton Perrlne, former state fish
in the ail-age slake.
Lud Drexler. secretary of the aaculturlal, said that It was his ob­
Rulon Everton's Mary's Merry, sociaUon. reported that the organservation that ducks were plenUfuL a pointer female, finished second
Ixatlon would‘»soon launch a cam­
He was among th o u who got the
in the alUage.
paign fo r legislation to wipe out
limit on opening day.
the waste of deer and elk meat. The
" 1 found some redheads which
association desires a law barring
not native to this area," he said. "But
hunters from enUrlng elk and deer
this does not mean there's a norlhareas when they are not properly
fllght—It's too early for that'*
equipped to bring the meat out.
Drezler said that the club had
DUCK INCREASE REPORTED
planted 847 pheasants In Twin Falls
NEW YORK. Oct. 7 W >-Sponscounty.
men wllf have 110 ,000.000 wild ducks
' Reports received by the club said
for targets. Ducks tJnllmltcd esti­
that the percentage of kill In the
mated as the nation's abbreviated
NEW YORK. Oct., 8 (/P> — Larry Mlnldoica deer hunt probably would
hunting season got under way at
smaller than usual. In fact, some
MacPhali announced tonight that be
noon in 13 states yesterday.
hunters imve found the deer so
Tlie waterfowl ageney'a estimate in resigning as pre.iident and gen­ scarce that they are advocating a
is approximately 4,000,000 above its eral manager o f the New York Yan­ closed season.
kees
he
had
sold
his
one-third
in­
figures on the duck crop a year ago.
.Reason for the Increase in duck terest in the club to his partners,
population, says the agency, is the Dan Topping and Del Webb, for $3,Ideal hatching weather In Canada's 000,000.
Shortly ntter the fiery baseball
southern prairie lands this summer
and' early fall. This area customar­ executive revealed he was severing
ily averages but two hatching sea­ all connecUons w ith ' the world's
champions. Topping and Webb an­
sons every decade.
nounced at a press conference that
However, the duckling brood av­ Topping had been elected to succeed
erage this year is 92, Ducks Un­ MacPhail as president and that
WASHINGTON. Oct. 8 w>>—Ossie
limited represenUtlves said.
George Weiss, formerly In charge of
Although Indian summer weather minor league operations, had been Bluege, manager of the Wostilnglon
baseball club, has relinquished that
is prevailing throughout most ot named general manager.
the United SUtes and the southern
Topping said in answer to a ques­ position to become supervisor o f the
provinces of Canada, there are
tion that the value ot MacPhall's club's farm teams Jan. 1. President
ports that the duck migration stock was eonsldembly above what Clarlc. O riffllh announced todoy.
Bluege, who came to the Wash­
toward their winter home has start­ the resigned Yankee president paid
ed.
for it when the three bought up the ington Nata 27 yean ago, succeeded
Bucky Harris as manager in 1043
The flight, however, has n ot been
wrt Inlertals.
large enough to indicate which flyibb said that Topping as presl- and In his tirst season finished sec­
woys will be the heaviest this year. dent, and Weiss, as general man­ ond. In 1045 he brought the Sena­
Shooting starUd at noon today In ager. vrould share the Jobs MacPhail tors back into second pJoce, only a
game and a h alf t>ehind the pennant
Michigan, North and South Dakota, liandled by himself.
Wisconsin, Minnesota. Arizona, New
Weiss broke into baseball with winning Tigers, and was acclaimed
Mexico, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming. New Haven in 1910 and stayed with as manager of the year. Thia year
Maine and New Hampshire. Some that club until 1028. He succeeded Wastilngton finished seventh attcr
of the state have divided the alloted Jack Dunn on the tatter's death as being touted at the start of the sea­
30 shooting days into two sections. general manager o f the Baltimore son as a pendant contender.
G riffith said he had conferred
The bag limits, as well aa the sea­ Orioles and remained with the Inson, have been trimmed sharply this lemational league club through with Cleveland President Bill Veeck
year. You are now allowed four 1931 when he moved to the Yankees. in New York in an effort to get
Lou Boudreau. Indian manager reducks a day with a possession limit
All members o f the University of porud on the block, but that Veeck
of eight. A year ago huntera were
allowed 7 and 14 and two years ago Mississippi football coaching sUff wanted a "good shortstop in exwere in the navy.
change.**
the llmils were 10 and 20.
Burley Pointer
First in Derby
Stake at Trials
MacPhail Sells
Stock in Yanks;
Weiss Elevated
Bluege Steps
Out as Pilot
Of Senators
WiUiams Holds
Lead in Pacific
Yardage Gaining
LOS A N Q g .ra. Oct. 8 (A>)—Half­
back Bill Williams o f Idaho main­
tained his lead o%-er Pacific Coast
conference rivals in total offensive
yardage despite Idaho's defeat by
Washington Stale Saturday.
Conference headquarters' statis­
tics show that WUlluns has accu­
mulated 433 yards in 115 passing and
rushing plays, with Norm Van
Brocklln. Oregon, second with 384
yards In 7S plays.
Van Brocklln leads the conference
passers, having completed 38 throws
In 71 tries for 308 yards gain.
California's Capt. Johnny Graves
is the leading ground gainer via
rushing. He piled up 184 yards last
week agalntt SL Mary's, giving him
238 yards in 35 carries in threo
games.
CLEVELAND. Oct. 8 {JV-BllI Vceck's Idea o f trading shorUtop-Manager Lou Boudreau to the St. Louis Browns sUil persUts, the Cleveland
News said -Tuesday, quoting the tribe manager as saying:
"If this Boudreau deal should fall through, you may be surprised at
what 111 try as an alternative."
. Veeck was quoted by the News'
following the news that he was
baseball writer Ed McAuley, as ex­ gotlatlng with the Browns for a slxplaining “ I'd do anything to win a player deal in which Boudreau
peimant. I'd trade (Bob) Feller and would have i>een traded for Vernon
(Joe) Gordon, and (Bob) l<mon Stephens.
and eVcrj-one else on the club If I
"I'm sure that at least 40 per
were convinced that by doing so I'd cent o f the fans are willing to trust
wind up with a real contender. I'm my judgment," he said the survey
going to have one."
Indicated. "If I decide to trade Boud­
The Indian president made a per­ reau. I'U have to depend on the re­
sonal survey of fan sentiment in sults to bring the others into my
aeveland and last Saturday night, ccomer."
0 ^ 1 —i c a i a t E im a g i n a p o
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Q E V E R Y F R ID A Y g
Q
T H IS
WEEK
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We win have-apecla) dairy herd c f IB bead Gnentsey milk cows
and belter*— one reglitertd herd b a ll-t n addition la onr regular
Urge m a o f aQ kind o f stock.
You'll n«ver b « o htnntt {f you serv*
*'For G w r a ilo n t ^ A G n a t Km tutky fbvor/f«**
BMirin. T. Hkf«T u>i RtlaiMSU HeCsU, MMnilt M i |Uka« QOlmni
Trade of Boudreau to Brown?
For Stephens Still Persists
g LivestockSale
Angels Win First
G m e of Playoffs
tb iS -A N a X L B S . Oct. 8 U V -T h e
Loa Ancdea Angeto wta -the first
T O B of the » n u playoff In the
PadOo Coast league govetnoi^ cup
•trie* ^
night, rallying for three
nm s In the dghtb tnn>wy ^
Oaklaud,,*-!. '
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Sportsmen’s Clubs to
Act Against Poachers
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losg-range program, l a addition to
the parity revlalon and “Ooor*
under consumption. It proposed:
1. AuthoHty to use acreogs al<
lotments and marketing quotas to
meet emergencies In Individual com*
modules, the quotas to be used only
when producen approTa' them by a
two-thirds vole.
3. More direct Bovemment price
svpports at a moderate Ibvel ‘ Co s Ito
farmers needed price assurance.’'
3. Qovemmtnt loams and an cver-
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ralai
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No.
1
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b*l(m U>«- >rn Ko. t r_ Y. iblpmanU O.SVr
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Caik wbrat (kl<l| i Uolt ohlla t.iT;
SI
rwuta
Skw* eataU* «.Mt; toUl
>»U. <ahiw {aacludlnc r*i> X.IT: vhlia club
«iH nkw ou
iM *>M Mtir: TMHlar
aa.1 cWk« S.di vatlara rad t.U.
u s rMitw Cm
B«44 Cm
Hard rad >lnUri Ontlaary M l; 10
>m 1 «HT*ta*
itoaJr.
i i s r»<ur<
CkUC r*th
ar rant X.U: 11 par cant
IT
i«\t Pw« rM
HEYBURN. Oct. 8 - A long-time
Can rtoin*
US IS«MT
OMAHA. 0 « l.° V " A —(Usn*)—Hofi
lUrd «hUa DaartI OHInarr I.Ml 10 resident ot thij area, Kyrum Cole­
Cto>
**s r « » RK
•aUkte
a.M«:
toUl
kIH
.;
U-man. 79. died here Wednesday at
t*s
kklto*: teed aW «hol>* »»-StO th. I>ul>k<
the
home of his son. D ougiu Cole?*S
o“
n .«»4 t: «M<* k«Mbm t t i t ; ST»4U
IW k««rton
i;».W9 lb. wHlkl
us »
leeJ ttttd
aon SI.TI
He was bom Aug. 10. ISOS, at
SmlthvlUe. Utah. In 1037 he and
his family moved to Acequla. re­
maining there until 1D33. when they
■4ar: ilnttc lo U or non KUW.
moved to Poul. In 1038 his wife died.
i«
oa rMc* brlttn. olKonkt
IDAHO
rALLH
He remained In Paul until the
•tOTts a*4 M fctifm atMilr; r»l
IDAHO
rAI.L8.
Oct.
1
(/r>-l>blpplni
m < !» o » N a
. . ttatto^r.oiWn alo«:««ak t o U ^ t r :
spring of 1047 and since then had
M K TC*Wn tt>i4 rairm lItU* Tkmntxl:
Kh « Atil
US Sta4»Uk«r
US
4«y Tnw C«
^k>* *»4 (•>4«r tla>M« atMdr: «koln Kal?‘. T«l™ fiuT a*rJd K.nl^a^lL.ii'’.'*"’ been visiting children.
llaulliura (Boalanta. muat atorlu sulni
Mr. Coleman was ocUve In the
-------- • • '
U.00; »-Mr» la
4IW T n G>l M
UH
(lonca.
Ralhar
ll(ht
wira
In<iulr7,
«t««l *
ti -n«k«>
St
mand ihio lor U. K. 7{u. 1atnck. mx) fnr LDS church organlzntlons. He was
......
^Kolro
•S T n u A ai
K. No. a and alllllr irs.iaa. Uaikil a member o( the Minidoka stoke
r ».n ; r»d to W «koir« ktlfm .....
» .« 0 : cen4 n n ICU-IIUU: rulirr »4 about tlaadj arlib aUghllr waaktr unilfr. high prleats' quorum and hsd been
ton*.
Sun*
prtaafil
ahlpmanta
ar*
frum
1I.»».U.M: rannm ll.;t.
a ward teacher fo r SO years. Until
aalra.
t«e4 u*ux« kalli n.M-Sl: VMltr pravloua
SaWi rou ablpplnc point Icaih .track his dcnlh lie was an active home
t tS V » A tm « n
sav tev n.M : leed to tkelr* ileckrrm tad kaataM
In IOO>lb. aacka natal Uurbanki mlsslonar}-,
Qtkl ftodm
' No. 1 all* A «aah*a, Ineludlnc mlitd
Surv-lvlng are one daughter, M n.
tolakW t»09: toul I.SM; ~l
____
htovy
-to
madium
i,OVS.lt,
Its u
moallr around S.I0.3.IS: Ir* aalaa 10 par PhemI McAltce, Darlington: elRht
» « «U M » Mt
in oiBMi
sons. Jofieph. Ezra and Edward Cole­
r*nt l« no. alia or lar(*r S.SO^.M.
US VMt Aoto
In
atrirCy t«o4 cknW «T Ik. trd dlpMil Ma. I •kmallr hl(htr. amall tlira lowar. L. „ man, all ot Salmon; John and Prlne
S
<^
X
and
utlllly
criulia
*I
m
A
otaahad.
»«'i %*4 No. 1 |>*tl K.M: Bttlra aUukirr n n Ja alralxkl and mliad car*, law rapurtad Coleman. Mackay. Howard Cole­
U l Kkk C u U S Wtoi AFtir
n s
man. Pocatello, and Douglas and Ira
4T^ ____^_ _____
Mdrtn -to ___
v«Bd_ —.
«L' atnilckt: c)«l«» aals. moatlr amend 3.X1. few X.M, wc
Coleman. Heyburn; one brother,
' hlfkar and lo>ar. Stondarda alaa
n«kT n tk. wroiaiMt M i w UKto n i l :
Xw h m U
d. law raporlad aaka.
teed
«kak* tt«4<n
Smlthvllle, 33
....'a aalaa and dalltcrad aa1<e; ihlpplni Prlne Coleman,
N»W TO*K COM
PQlal toaU: U. S. No. I i Im A a>uh«d, grandchildren and seven great
RAN nUNCtSCO
grandchildren.
SAN FBAKCISCO. OrU It |TI-IUSI>A> d«iMndln( an ilaa. faw aalca S.I8.S.». »
—Haca aaUkk IM; itMdj; ctmk) » « ' ' bnt Ursa hlikar. U. S. No. X
B«mW HUI
It T K k iM *
Funeral services will be held at
...» Krada. alia A. w aib^ »arit
tkulra m.11* IV. karma and ilI U ---L a. m. Saturday at the Paul LDS
r«t<ortad aal«. X.M>:JS.
“ 1 ^ m tk. aam }(.»«.
ward chapel with Bishop Keith
I’rtcM to irow*ra. bulk par cvt-i
tU. Bttlakk M: attod;: noctkani l.tU
Merrill ottlclatln*. Interment. will
a^l«a atM«* n.M : aeftod I not <1 «ndlnc os >lia and othar faclora, U
; M llaa a<4 ro«l kairm si»*. to. I S.004.XS. trw bail ht<h u J
be In the Pocatello cemetery at
: no* n w *
U.W.M: «oniMt I. S. Mo. * l.0 0 -l«. fa* beat 1.85.
3 p. m. Saturday under tlie di­
U.*».1«.Mi niwt* U.OO.U.M: tt>.
rection ot the Payne mortuary.
nejiaa anj cood Muuti
CIltCAOO
U.M.1LMJ «at«i. aaUkla M; attr«i:
CKICAC.O. Oct. a (Ul'l—Arrlaala 11}
C«o4 a»4 «toln lIMM Ika alautbln
n track all; tolal ahlpmrnl '
taOrt* tl.Ott.
a t»(.
»M*|> aaUUa 1.1M; aliaaT to M hUkrr:
Mirkali
Supplke
RiwIinU.
tlatnaod
alaw,
tka>f* «T IV. n o m i Ktoklattoa w<cli4
MxllaM Na. : palt Oncaa narlirt allskUr araakcr on ruaaati. aboul
M to.
QUL Stotta tatoto ll.M :«i«<ita>a
ataadr an other ttock.
aMl leod akeni
Petition for letters of ndmlnLitm*
Track *a1a» P*r 100 Ito.j Colorado rad
IcClum U. S. I alaa A WMktd l.r* tlon to the estate o f the late j . B.
^t»T>8— * V -. K-l u a
iL «
«s^<
.nwaahrd a.UO.40: Idaho n»>*u U. & Kincaid was (lied M onday'In pro­
miCARO
JTto^M*___ 1 ^
M.J
ts-j
Jt3 CntCAKO. CW
«. I l«-<OSDA>—)!«». alia A vaahid i.SM.XI: Waahlnftun r
bate court by his widow. Nonnie A.
VW T,M«; toUl ».M ; M l aal«*
Y w m TJZZ tt.* u.»
ua
»•.« attU
Kincaid, who values the estate at
k«ltWn aMl mw* ti k ItW ; loo ~raln‘ 6 .ip p i«« U.*“ I <lU A
m i H kh___ ••••
u .i
4TJ
M.4 »*4tkta
.n aMrtttttr: k«tk no4 ■«4 «boW« IH. X.U.X.<0; Nenk Dakota. Mlnnaeou Ultai 135.000.
tt.t
M.«
UA n
IMT Uw ___ m
pka, U. S. I *iaa A lappre«lmat«lr
M Ito. ».U .n A »; trm loa<h rond «ad
Listed In the peUtlon as heirs lo
tkoW U*4;t IV. kattkm t».0».1S: toad
the estate are four sons, Robey L
and tkaln aow* aadar 4M Ito.
Cauw aalak)* «.<»•; iMal >.»««: «atm
Kincaid. Haselton'. Joseph It. and
aalaVW IM: l«Ul M«; aUaiklar atom nrf
James Rny Kincaid, both ot Filer,
laamk at**dr ta SOkUk>«; kdtan alndr
and Hal P. Kincaid. Stockton. Callt.
tS klikar: nv* a«>*dr: katia and vaaWn (WMt Bpttnuh, iii-a jo .
aUMt aalM Illlnola x«l>0** 3.2}>3J1; ... . daughter. Johnsle C. Kincaid,
rina: aU Viada klck-ckaln >.tlI.I.S*« IV Idaho
and Orrcon SpanUb trpo 3.40rad tlaMa tort«l *t ) ( . » : mo»X woo4 and ISO;
Filer, and his widow.
Colorado white a,40.
«k«k* tad itam M.MJl.M: M t i
Attorney for Mrs. Kincaid U
aad rkafe* kaihn tC.M4«.M: balk rom
CbMWl btoti
trt»Ma <101.
-- ■ -raJlai* <awa U.Ti.lLTI: madhim .. .
L u n «»«• A 1*>1l>«3
Prank L. Stephan.
Viltkw kalla
veaUn
*iaa; alofk raltk nlkar a>ai» bit
» aaUkla l.Mt: total U M ] «a>tr
o itc A c o ritoikvcs
H ie boya ot pack M o f Uie Cub
ttallraa tk.M kLtkar: teod lad
CUtCAGO. CM. t l.n-»>iwr WMtlM;
»H«to «MkUki«4 to S «tot tt >Mtt4 iBirar; ........ aa>lr» lamto latrair ea« vrlra Scouts o f the PrcabyUrUui church
nnlH i «M.U4l U MW* M T«.t$ M A »l.Ms aUatkla* avaa iiaadr to atxpsad m «t M ond«y Afternoon a t the home
An imaginary trip down Into the
M kItWt; a<T«M« OB<«ttMOB tt«d to«lt»
n*C {{^ * **‘ **
M k M ; li*dia;
o
f
Mrs. JAck LevADder. the den Belgian Congo and the valley ot
amaU lata sead an4 «kalc« «w«a
mother. T h w e present were Peter the Niger rl\-er was taken by Twin
Ecst rim I Mhto «toUtti«4 to tt ««ttt
n*««vt> i m : V. S. «auto N». LevAHder. Lon Eberleln. Don And Falls high school students when
L09 ANCSLKS
«0 »i
---------•
Douglas
SlAndlee.
Billy
Hodges.
Bob
UJS ANCKLKS. 0.«. I
the tllm. "Africa Speoks” was shown
Cttltla attteki* >. e«: nma tnllr at«a<lr: RusMll. the den chief, And Mrs. K. Tuesdaj-.
c a icA co roirt.T«T
CHICAGO, Oct. t hr>—(im>A)—U t« CT«M *ttd (>d katrara ««*k: law aim P. Hodges, AsslstAnt den cnother.
Flkned by Paul Hoetler. noted ex­
>*«luy to«l u tiu Ul»to« tlMdir: rHrto abo«t aM.^: Ulli (ttllr iUaitr: lo»d rad
An tiecUon ot officers was held, plorer and aTlter. “ Atrlca Speaks'
...................... *lkm ka« *boT* SJJ«;
IS «ttU taw*« to *M kklMTi mvtvto
and
BUly
Hodges
was
elected
keep*
Red m w kalian «,<*.
a trxka. M «*n: rOB
FmI Zii
presented a lond o f primitive peo­
> rorai fT>«a
hcWtt t»«t t l : Toulm X?<n; «]| oOr*««
cr of the buckskin. Lon Eberleln la
tauaac* kulia ITM>3I.M: chief denncr. Plans vere made for ples where Insects, wild animals,
ino>] iMkar* and ‘
and disease make survival diffi­
a welner roast to be held next Mon­ cult.
lin n
nl>a* aalakl*
day. Refreshments v tr e served to
KIW TOKK. Ocv a UV-«t>ol leptt
Tho tlkn was presented by Don
tutum
ittMT loclAX « o C0T»rM««t aatakla MO: U to M ity U hUkni the group by Mrs. Lcvonder.
Blakeley, Burley.
im bT Bctttoa M « n ttCttluX buatetM rmd
to tkaka l»M I« Ik. Irackln* n.W>
M.OO: raw tonwd at M.tt k«t fhok* arala
>( M tum tt.M
W^W kla.; rood
...ae, at
cmincttt«d «eoi ipot iir w .
5kM» aalaUa Man*; «iU loU m oM UaU
maaeU; r«ad to ckoin «<ae(nl
Ponnutattng o t lease arrange*
ments with base operators who plan
• m as.
Wednesday before JusUce
n ix K S A r o u ^ * ^ * I u n -n o a t la to operate from the Twin Falls ____
M tk. aMlea aatka; taatib pauota M municipal airport now under con- J. O. Pumphrey to pa^sesslon o f an
• ■ palonto II
strucUon comprised m ajor business untagged deer.
Tlie complaint was signed by Conbefore a session o f the airport comnUs^on Tuesday night at the city senoUon Officer Grover C. Davis,
Filer.
Offtclals aasouQced that work on
the airport has been procreulng
rapidly, but that tuturw forward
sUpa wUl depend upon conUnued
favorable weather.
''»*5
^
5!*,—
ss.'“
as-.r-"
:w *
a
■•s.
s^sa...
BuUdtas P«rmlt appUcationt r*.
fleeted an accelerated construcUoB
pace.In Tw in Falls Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Nettle A. Combe applied for a per*
mlt to build a UMO frame one-tsmUy dwelling a t tot 4. of block 2 in the
Palmer addlUon. Slxe of this unit
wlU be 34 by 30 feet.
At 485 Addison svenue west,
George K B yan wUl.loeate a prlrau
garage to be moved from another
locsUon a\ a co«t o f ITS.
A 10 by l« .fo o t addltkm Is pluned
for a ooe-famUy stucco dwelling at
303 Diamond by John Terpo for
$300, his appUcatton thowi.
Amos A. Read will construct a
frame dwelling with no basement at
lots 38 Imd 37 of block 13 tn the
Blue Lakes addlUon at a cost of
>4.000, according to his application.
, Moving of a house fiom the rear
o f a lot at 1317 Fifth avenue north
and placing It on a concrete foundaUon U the plan of Wllllsm A. JoUey.
who estimates cost of the operation
at 11.000. This frame structure Is
14 by 30 feet.
Board on Zoning
Scans Proposals
Potatoes-Onions
sv
i
Administration of
Estate Petitioned
S'-'iiS'jr.?; !S s; s:
>1
Presbyterian Cubs
Plan Weiner Roast Film on A frica Is
Shown to Students
SPEQAL NOnCKS
TO U A K B ROOU
FO R CHRISTMAa STOCK
Leases Discussed at
Airport Board Meet
g;^..a:«;^ss?.arss
sss:
TBDCK STOLEN
JEROME. Oct. e —Sh eriff Oalen
HaU reported Wednesday that a
m a ono and-one^half ton -Cher-rolel truck had been stolen from
th e rear ot the Idaho Gas and Ap.
-'•-nee company here KuneUme dur. lbs night. Tlieft o f the truck
was dlscorertd at 8 a. m.
_
sssisrsj'B.^sr
'“ •“ -•SSU
I0» U i . i m j .
Jili
Ena b> u
( ft n 4
CASE COKTINVCD
The case o f W. J. Moore, about 60.
Filer, was continued until ’m un>
day when he appeared before Jus~ iphrey Wednesday after.
.......... the charge of Issuing a $s
check without sufficient funds.
Bond was set at »100.
Hunter Fined $25
e T jj r i r
gay?
20ro DISCOUNT
ON ALL IfSROBANDIBS
BUSINESS UPPURTUNiTlBS
THE UNIQUE SHOP
333 MAIN KAST
T W . M a«y
~TRAVEU^B80RT3
Trial on F(
Moving to
r XNT Bakk to U* Aii«alae HOBILg eeratc
Akaat ts.eee « i u _____
•all at lit flaeaad atrvai wweSnS he
^ N .well ^ to d ..a r ,jc. mtiea
TMal o f Hert>ert H. Jordait was
moving to a close Wednesday
afternoon in dUtrlct court, follow.
Isg presenUtlon of pioaecutloD and
defense cases during tbe.m cn iln c
.s k a v ic s STATION
Ito .
InstrucUons were being read to
n S S L lS
the jury by Judge James W. Porter
this altem oon before they deter,
b Ba Uty ’ shop S
mine whether c r not Jordan is guilty
of the forgery charge that h as been
Placed against him.
Jurors empanelled are Ruby Bates.
C. D. Grove. J. Marlon Humphries,
LeRoy Lee. Albert Llermon. CUftoo
Lowe. Edward McCarty, Leslie Peter­
ra teto M
ortMi
son. Mrs. A. E. Pickett, Bmest A.
Relnke. Dole Wakem and J. H.
' l o st AND found ”
Winkler.
. WUUam Edwards, charged with 1.0ST I Rad nrtot etiff link. BaUn lo
r»r Dapu C. C. Attdataon'a. Rawerd.
forgery, was found guUty Tuesday
by a ]ury that reached its decision 7il4 GR2SN Utv on bltkway X* batwaae
Caadlm aaJ Twle Fttlb. Pfcena OSSOItl.
atter only a few minutes delibera­
r*inala"Coek»r Spaal*!. klacTT^
tion and sentence b scheduled to be lOSTt
kr«wa pawa. U( IM tttaaoa <
passed by Dbtrict Judge James W.
“
XlttJ.
Porter at 10 a . m. Friday.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Member# o f the Twin Falls j
Ing commission atudled proposed
changes ot classlIlcaUoni and eerUln
extcn.tiona o f the business district
and fire lon e as a basis tor recom­
mendations to the city council dur­
ing Tuesday evening's meeting at
the d ty half.
The commlanlon. of which Harry
Eleock Is chairman and Paul R.
Tober is secretary, meets each Tues­
FILER. Oct. 8 - A pioneer resi­
day evening at the city hall, and
anyone having suggestions on son- dent o f Filer, Mrs. Victor Pease
ing Is urged to appear and confcr and son. Mackey. now of Martinei,
Calif.,
are here visiting relatives
Witt) the group at these meetings.
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bolton and
daughter HaKl. Evanston. HI., are
current visitors here and a t Twin
Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Beem have left
The will of Mrs. Flora J. Hall for a visit with relatives at Boul­
leaves Uic entire estate to four sons, der. Colo.
Rev. David Johnson has returned
according lo the document which
has been admitted to probate here. from Yakima. Wash., where he
Sons among whom the estate will attended the MBC ministerial
be equally distributed are named ventlon.
as Raymond O. Hall, Ketchikan,
Alaska; James S. Hall, Van Wert,
O.; Fred H. Hall. Franklin. Nebr.;
ond Lawrence M. Iloll, Twin Foils.
Attorney in the matter Is Frank
KIMBERLV. O ct 8—Mr. and Mrs.
L. Stephan.
Charles Pierce lett Wednesday for
Monrovia. Calif., to attend funeral
services for her mother, Mrs. Perfy
Davis.
Mrs. Dnvls died at her home at
President H. B. Clark of tlie Twin 443 Highland place, Monrovia, Tues­
Pnlls Uons club presented a foun* day ettem oon following a lingering
tain pen as a token of opprecla- Illness, She Is survived by her hus­
tlon on behalf of the orgonlxatlon band and three other children, all
to District Governor Dick Scrpa o f whom live In Calltomla.
during Wednesdoy'fl luncheon meet­
ing at Uie Park hotel.
PLEADS CUILTT
Abo nt the meetlnR wns Cabinet
Otto Collins. 43. Twin Falls, plead­
Sccretory Merwln Helmbolt of dls- ed guilty to an Intoxication charge
trlct 30.
b«tort^ Municipal Judge J. O. Pum­
aue.iti were Curt Moss. Twin phrey Wednesday, and Judgment
FalLv and Don Mnas of 6eatUe.
deferred until Thursday in the
Wosh.
Pioneer Resident o f
Filer Back on Visit
Kimberly People
Leave for. Funeral
Official Given Pen
A t Lions Luncheon
5*"»Iiria w »tojj5 in T "S "«S rtr7C
W*Q a q a l ^ . R a ^ lr l T ^ I IMS.’
to bttBdle atoek and e«Bl»BMaU
8EB
SETH B. BLAKE
U l HAXWEU. AVCHUB
FIIONB 4U
iir-.VBii-kJS“. ? . . ^ L n e ^
l*Bl aer«aa ter H«UI. If na ar« look
las (or a
laaaatBaBV m iB IS
rr.
PbaB* t il ar can Bl III See. SI. » .
12 UNIT MOTEL
IsdlTldBBl keal. IhtratoUl eaatrelled.
Tbb <a ana oT tba b*at Hatata is Tab
Falla. Oroat Iseoaa }l.Maee par amtb.
Fa INTWC. aprw or brwh. latkto et e«i
BEET kaallnc waatad. Phooa tUT-It after “ FURNISHED ROOMS
fire a'ctork:
darUnifc__________
(or 2
UAT end atrmw toUas. r JL Jobura APARTMENT
aatk.. Ea.t SMa /
IM Stdnar. fkoaaadtoj. .
roar'l^M UUtt. lat a . iI t. a. ^
tranta. Nait to Utk. 1-hani XOtt.W.
tleiala. A. radrko. Pboaa OttUX.
room next lo bath. Sulubl* tor
SS w m a cklMra'a elotbto sada. m ____ SLEEPING
two. M*n only. 7 » Satond »**«Da aaat. .
altarmUaat. bttUeBbalaa.*^ XU IDef A**S waaktd aa4 atretobad IM
Kaea. <111 ttk •
tt^ ealje^ UU , palntlax.
roTATb dl**ln«
klnlnss MM SaU _______
■rdaan Sarric* SUIIon. Kl
CAN
a little
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
KENT FKEE.
SS^!kt“ a«*i ?*xt^w.*''oddi*R^P^B*
CUSTOM FARMING
AND LEVELING
Aiant for
SEAMAN
Tairut TlLLKIt
ELMER IHLER
Pbaa* OllOJll
FURNISHED APTS.
Twia faUa
For
FURNISHED HOUSES
4.U00M aomplauly cnod«m~ fumlahai]
knma In rountry. Will rant to rtfln*^ r^
llabla mlddlfac*d coupla. WrIU Ko>
ISA. car* Tlaaa-Nawi. i Mbs refer.
MISC. FOR RENT
I RRNTt
yoe the aaad«T. lUlttkolfi. Pbona U4.
LAND LEVELING
and
MtSCIXLANCOUS CAT A KCRArCIt
OR CAT A OOZEB WOlUC
THE SHOSHONE CO.
101 Uala NorUi
Twin FalU
PHONE 1710
HEAVY ..s,..
FLOOR W AX MACHINE
SELF'S
HARDWARE te APPLIANCE
HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED TO RENT, LEASE
Attention Farmers & Stockmen
THE IDAHO HIDE & TALLOW CO.
will call for your dead and useless horses and cows . . .
highest priccs paid
FART-TIHB dUknabar. A-t GrIIL
a wanted. AppIt
ACUE3. aouth iMc. Ur(rr«ae**, fltraa.or aqulpmanL iio« UA.
«
WANTED: X M rooa Jaralihad. home er W _Tow
partmanL I'hona i
ok Vjcl ..._
— ^ . . . ----mmlai Cndit CorporaUoa. tx i^ Hala
ee MreUkad. Box ll-A, Tlaaa-
IDAHO HIDE & TALLOW CO.
. . . . . ____ Two tractor* and
Quipmanl. Finance •*». PkoB* OltMlX.
lei t-A. Tlmta.Nawi.
DCYEES OF HIDES. PELTS. FCBS, ETC.
PHONE COLLECT: TWIN FALLS 314—ItUFEET S5-GOOOING «1
PROMPT SEKVICB
CLEAN PICKtIP
d alula. laiiBir*
eak. P«rauB«nL Call
WELDING
A good, clean weld thst holds
and renders a broken part
stronger than b e f o r e the
break U the result of exper­
ience plus proper equipment
by men who know metals and
how to handle each variety.
That's what Kreogels offer.
0
SSSi.^"- “ —
HELP WANTKD—MALE
AND FEMALE
Classified
LDS Churchman
Dies at Heyburn Mrs. HaU Leaves
Estate for Sons
IIS
sjK'cSr'^.aS
K*s:;s
s*
i::?Tr KSKU55
«?sr.’”“ -rjijr5-
VEDNESDATi OCIOBEB B, IMT
tlications for .
___ J Permits
Set Quick Pace
O m C E slrl. EaptrlafX^ prafarrad bST
r. laqiilf* Unlaaraal CIT Cr....
■“ Sheekona Stnat Nawlu
o u r i x want (urnUhad boaia or apart.
B>nt In or n«ar Twin. No cklldran.
raf«raoco. WrIU Do« 17.A. Tlmia.Nawa.
TTe l p w a n t e d - m a le
r g ftk i;
................ . ... _______nod polalMa.
Raaald R. Oa«k. XU aaat, eeutb Mar.
UMk Sarrka StatioB.
WANTXDl Salaa r*pr*a*Btat1*e for Idabo
and UUk torrllarin exparlaBcad calllat
ea palttto and entoa irowtrt. patkan.
r Po» IS-A. TIto—Newa.
jQBlor IlUb Scktol
TMKhar. WIf* A one Cklld
N»*da llouae or ApartaaBi
Qnlat—n<*poain>Ia
A. V. MncDONALD
Vetarana Tralltr Neobar 10
CARPENTERS
W a n te d
Immediately!
J f
MONEY TO LOAN
BT
K
RENGEL’C
Ineorporated
SIS tad Avt. & Twin Pans. Ida.
CAN REPAIR I T . . .
MORRISON-KNUDSEN
COMPANY INC.
At Cascade Dam
o v S t ! 2 E ”* '^ 'S ^ § S ».
BOARD AND ROOU
rOR rURTJIER DETAILS CONTACT
IDAHO STATE KMPLOyilENT
SKRVICE
OB LAOOB TXKPLB, TWIN rALU
O ROY 1
When In need of a
LOAN
SECURITIES CREDIT
CORP.
Radio Bldg.
Photts e »
IDAHO FINANCE CO
LOANS
^W AN TED Experienced
PARTS MAN
fo r
CHEVROLET & BUICK PARTfe
LOANS
& HNANCING
ON A c r ^ o ^ ^ ^ r g N r r u u
Call
W.a°ROBINSON
NORTHSIDE AUTO
lAcfM b ea Bsdla Bids.)
ARNOLD r. CROSS. lUr.
tM Uala eavlk
FkeBa Ut
JEROME. XDABO
MALE AND FEMALE
NEED MONEY?
_ Nila CttTe. PerlfT.______________
SILK apeiur. We btt<ra aa openln._
an exparlnced ailk apMUr. escallaei
apportaaltr, Fer pMieo wke cos m**t
ear «u»flettUem wa offrt IM.Ot par
week, peld vMaUra **arr m r. and tba
ttB aipattanced awttat we sdiiw fm I*
B«t 1b loach wllk ne today. Da« 10.A.
StJC riBhker. We baa* aa apeaias
•B axpart ellk llalabOT. euallaat
tBBlir. Far tt panoa wte t e a .__ _
Mr «BttlineaUeaa wa efftr ltt.ee par
ar«ak. paid vatoUaa vaarr Tear bolldan
iBclaM. «»d bait at watktac oBBdlUeai
4% LAND BANK LOANS
t«B«- t«n «. (sir trvalMl. pr*v*r
M l »r1atlacaa. na eecaalialoB*. ls>.
»i«MB«sU and atbar part.....
THE TWIN PALLS NATIONAL
FARM LOAN ABSOCU'nON
til tWr< Ar«BM tatk. TvlB Falk
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1947
. tllM t.
FARM HEADQUABTERS
PUOKE.
lUlf cub.
Box
------------- - ..J ihtrw wturi racHi hooM.
ban. ehkk«i) Mop, m a im •hctrlcKr.
Oa Billk rosl«. frlttt* bwdnu. tlt» •
««U t atwN. T«rmi. WltUa Wl^cei. Do<
. HOMES FOR SALE
ToU. Bafal. R«iU I
tl«(er«ti), Tttbi*. ITI J«eli*oiv.
■ Robu keiut en laL Chkkcn b»OM and
chlekns loU U.3M. til Adami.
t rAMrLY d««IIIni
2
0«* of U>« b «l U tarn adJiMSt to
Twia h lh . BaaatlAil il raoB B>ed«ra
boBM. wait p n m n anua, bare,
■artn. aU t«ed (am Uad. Thk pla<«
kM a tIO.000 crep tbU tmr. Pawaailoa
UIMI. Prka tU.OOOM. Pbaaa tit ar
aan U lit taa. «L W.
0
E. W . McnOBERTS & CO.
mn]<l ckkap an *i
Elka BIdx.
IMMEDIATE POSSE8SSION
tS.tlO.M fnr lUnxim modiin hnra« «
**(-o'.’
____
rhoM '
I ha<ra aiamlnad tbaaa Farma and Utilr
think Uiar ara worth Cha monry.
HO acraa cloaa to Twin IH.OOO
i:0 acraa llaiallon
B« acr« at Wandall IIS.OM
Alao *««aral hom<a la town, aona for
tlJM.OO down.
121.000
10 a«r« CZCtXLEKT Ic
T niiaora A niar A»a. City waur
T a>allabta.
8U Waal
Tboaa t il
A GOOD MODERN
: badroom boma. larva lot. loealad en
Dlu. LaktfNortk. alatstai pofth and
cam*. Fralt tma al«. Daal br locaUea. Frka tt.1t0.00.
J. E. WHITE, Agency
m Mala E.
COOUINO, IDAHO
111 3rd Ara. W.
> ACilM Bood fall paalora approntTal II
:i AUortb 0»8»sH.
PbMa Ml
SEE W. 0. SMITH FOR
lIoKiaa, acraara, tola and fanxa.
All kinda et Iniaraaca and D«iidi
MONEY TO LOAN
*a>pr»cU*V yoor'''[iOn^ **'*
Bawaiant Bank A Tnut Otdc. Pb. Itl
2LE row powar Intarnalional apud .
1
C. E. Adams
FARMS & RESIDENCES
10
acrn loulhtait of KImbarlr. Good
aat of balldlnn. D««» wall. lUiJlalo
en Plata. Ila wall wortli tIi.0M.OO.
It acraa naar clu. Full att. bulldlnii.
I.and u laval and aullibla for aubdi»l«lon. A lood.lnvtalmanl. Atk for
eartkulars.
I acraa adsa of cllr. llaa I b«lroom
Nlca rraldanca proprrUt In Hlua Ukfa
addition. I rooma anil balh. fgrnac*
and atokar. Oood (araft. Lo»alr »ard.
iraja and ahcul.bcry. A «ood bur at
aaparalor. Lronard
Phona lll|.
1
FARM MASTER
MILKER
Truat Dlds.
PhaBa I9t
Eundara or aTsnlnit call
JIM MARTIN AT 017-M
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
LEM A. CHAPIN, Agency
!0 Aerf* cinaa In, huuai and oulbullil*
insi. tx.eoo.
Two badroom huuaa. balh. furnUhad.
cltr water. H ,;«.
Klmbarly ruad pmprrty. »».t .
00
JOHN B. WHITE
ATTRACTIVE
&
lit 4th A»a. N.
Phona lit!
IMMEDIATE ACTION-
DAVID BRADLEY
CECIL C. JONES
FULLY EQUIPPED
TRACTOR DRAWN
11 unit aeui wiib tS.OOO worth of
llnan and ami>la apaca for bulldina
adUlllonal tnont7*makln( unlta. Will
pay oft principal In 41 montha. Our
other Inrama Ininlmenta Include two
iBcker-mar............
IS BUSHEL
h^lroora with atokar haatl ona 4 room.
IIO.OOO.OO.
I Badroow brick houaa. aoRiplaUly
modam. ti:,KO.OO.
Co«l » rooia mod.rn houM for Mia or
trada for a (ood acraaia.
FARM HEADQUARTERS
cood water richt. Fcra wal
Ian. Cloaa to ackool. Id.
and buntlar. atao alack a
........... — I .W . Tarma .
naad. Salllar oa account of
With. liDd C. Ixgkaa. Carrean. Ida
10 0
EXCELLENT
10 ACRE TRACT
Bmeolb. daap, produrll'r* asll.-No TDcl
all euIllaaiKl. Cood loraUon, cl«a Ir
' U
ti,H4.0«. Soma tartn
^ 'jnTvANDENBAKK
MAGIC VALLEY
INVESTMENT CORP.
1B2 Main Ata. N.
Phona :llt
SpaelalUIni In tha baat In bomv. farma,
bualneaaea. and toasj.
'0
ttt n>oahoBi 8t B. Phona » l or lilt
« LOTS
80 ACRES
road. 4 nllaa trea Jaroma.
room hoaa. daap wall wltb
ayataa. tI4JOO.OO.
" ^d^ read. naar Jancaa.
o balldlnn. . . ,
1100000
RAY MANN
JESOME. IDAHO
Cfcaa In. on
» NEW
»
raodam boot*. Ju( flnl.had.
^11 blacaTBt. all baal. tll.MO.OO
1 DUPLEXES
H ^ r a . with fsraaea, atokcr anil dao.
Irin bol watar heatar for aach apartmant. Fall baaamant I1I.0004W.
loeota* I1H.00 per noalb.
Hod«ni. Each aparttnml haa faraaca.
with foil baaamaola and taracaa. In.
g »?« » »«• «
bwbUl Ptiea 110.000.
-.lb of Twin Falla.
KENYON GREEN
: mlira aouthwaai Twin Kalla
Phona Orjw j. Outlay
TRUCKERS ATTENTIONI
APPLES
.ind Goldan Dalkloui. Jonithoni
How rtady. W« per liuihal and ui
lirlsf contalnera
ROSS McAl l is t e r
LAKESIDE KROIT FARM
Caldwell, Idaho
Phona OUlRi
MANURE SPREADER
c.
. Supplies for
HUNTERS NEEDS '
a north. Phona 1K4J,
CO.
■K.STINNlioUSK electric
CORE KOTOR CO*!**
trd A Shoabooa BL fl.
Kapalr. RafrlcaraP h o n a -i4 t^ -»:0 .-”
8CITI0 unk~and a^poal alaanlntl a w r
K i ; ™ £ S “c;;r:K M
DONALD LOUDER
170 niaa Lakaa Pled.
PbODO lttt.lt
POTATO
FILERS
____A Limitfid-Amount •
of
BEET PULLERS
FOR THE
FORD TRACTOR
Also
Various Sizes
of
TOWNER DISCS '
• C LE A N ER S A DYEliS
ilUNTAN PANTS
COMIIAT UOOTH
liT.!:i:)'ING IIACS
TUNIS - TAIll'.S
CRIDIII.K IIIUNH
O IJ. lll.ANKJrr.H
D1:N1>I JUMPKIlil
Allt MATTHKSSK.S
OFflCKIl'.S COOK KITS
O. I>. I'ANTS A filllKTS
nAIIARDlNi; COVKIIAI.LH
AMMUNITION. HUNTING CAPS
TWIN FALLS
ARMY STORE
phona 131
STEEL LANDING MATS
Jutl lha thini fnr concrHa ralnforclni,
fenclnB. ho* paalura, heavy window
"hlnea'
IIUCKI.SC APIIUNB
rilVKHAM.S . .SCICK.S
Ki.i(;iiT i'ii.oT iioins
CAH t:ANK 4. NUZZl.KH
HKAVV IIUIIIIKII OU»VfUS
HUITCA.SKS . CAK tJlllM.S
FOOT LOIIKKfl.S . TRUNKS
TKNT.S . TAIIPK, AM. HI7.F.S
TAN TIIOUSKIIS , -MAItlNK I.A.MP.1
FI.KKCK LINKIl FI.HiHT JACKI.T.-i
NAVY JACKKTS . FIKU> JACKKTS
All kind! of AniU A Flat Iroa A
rut* .Steel.
HARRY KOPPEL CO.
J. A. CHR”sTOPHKn-SON. MGR.
RADIO AND MUSIC
'liU.CO cabinet i_.........Good condlUen.
Cheap. Phona 0»>t-Jl.___________
allanl condltlos. c
I. Pbona 4:
~ PIANO BARGAINS —
A Few More
GOOD — USED
GUARANTEED
“*
Itll DODGE aadan
It47 INTERNATIONAL tnck. )MW
1042 CHEVROLET pkk-up \ tOB
ItJI CHRVROLCT lowB aadaa
ItJT CHRYSLER royal aadaa ■ ’
199* PONTIAC coup*
AND SEVERAL OTHER
MODELS TO CHOOSE FBOU
SEVERSON
MOTOR SALES
PIANOS
.201 trd.Annua Watt
Come In and Sec
the New
BALDWIN SPINETS
CLAUDE BROWN
MUSIC & FURNITURE
ItIO OLDSMODILE I. l-door tr f-i
1940 CHRYSLER Royal 4-door aadas
ltd TRAVEI.0 11 foot bouaa tnllar
complatalr •lUippad alactrk ra(rUaralton. alacuia brakaa
AUTOS FOR SALE
Written Guarantee
JESSE M. CHASE. INC.
EfUiblUhed 1S17
J03 Shoshon# W ,
phono 6M
PalnUnei
iBl Spra;
l>n
LADIES
•~JN SO LATION _______
p. O. Bos I4t
• J A N IT O R SDPPLIBS
• K E Y SH OP
' S EW IN G MACHINES
I. Prka Pbna Ut-J.
' S IO N S & SHOWCARDS
lltisn SIGNS—Palatad A Kaon. Ph. 1144.
A lr^ a ~aliaa. PalnUd alna and aha.
carda Pbena IIM.
L IN O L E U M S
PECIALIZINO In finor c
I
fUtura for atora build-
liean a»ei£ Can aata yoo monay.’
PAINT
MOON’S
& FURNITURE
1
h Uapla Poalar Dadi and
blaal yinil* Coll Sprint
>14.20
pl^’a Walnut llniah. Twin Rod .Sat A
aprlnn. « ‘- - P H n . maltraaM.
WESTERN AUTO
FURNITURE DEPT.
9 Ft. & 12 Ft.
MARGARET HOF
FURNITURE
BEDROOM SETS
ALSO
ItOLL OF • rOOT
CARPET
CLAUDE BROWN
MUSIC & FURNITURE
LEAVING TOWN
and aarr>«« >boBa *0. Sba
wood TypawrlMT Ea. Oppealu P. 0.
U lU E O a n A P H IN O ___________
_
LCTTEIUl aad HANUHOItlPTB
Twt» Falla Cradiu 140 Main So. Pb C «
M ONEY T O LOAN
C. JONU for UOMCS~« I
A. Bank A Traal Oulldlu. Pi
IAN nuND l^nadrr. Ph?
V * K r n y “^ N D SBOI
rooi^
' W A T E R S OFTENERS
HOST OF THESK CAR5
IIAVK RADIOS A 1IEAT»:R5
HARRY MUSGRAVES
MERCHANDISE MART
• Stora. Phone 1II4U.
'
453 Main Ave. East
Phono 1980
ROEMER-S
SALES & SERVICE
NEW SHIPMENT
Uantea Olaaa A Haa. U| »ad ^ Pb. Mt-W.
BEN BROWNING
AUTOMOBILES
4-door
' guaranteed a SQUARE DEAL
ALOUTmu alora windowi and door*.
-G LA S S — RADIATORS
Skyway
WE SOW HAVE DEAOTIFUL
LAMP SHADK.t lONLY)
Daaldea ln>aly Sandall Floor Lampa
and ToKhlara.
CARPET
' P LUM BIN G & H E A TIN O
lloaa PlumblBt and m « Co.
» R EFR IGER A TO R SER VIC E
• and raflaUhlnc. niaar.CalB Appllancaa
F U n N IT U R E ,
: .f K i
aprinia, dlnetla___ _
whila nak. pracllriillr
iw furnllura.
AililUon.
57.C5 SQUARE YARD
> FLOOR SANDINO
Nortbalda Asia Company. Jar.
1 STUDEnAKER
> P A /N TtN C & PAPERINU
RdYAL CLEANERS. PboM ttt.
OIL BATH AND WHITE nEAIUNCS
- SELF’S
TRACTOR DIVISION
};JI
lS °t^ 10 whaakr
Itat FORD lU ton truck
Itit CHEVRoLrr IH ton ln>ck
baal rack
Liberal Tarn*
SPARKS
USED CARR
I4i 2nd Ara. South
.arloa Hatlr^a Facing, tit Ind '
DIRECTORY
BIC Y C L E SALES & S ER VIC E
NOW AVAILABLE
in
Limited Amounts
IttT CHEvnOLCT Moor
Itit rann coupe,'radlo?’haa'tW
Gnnrantaad Rarrlnratlos Sarrka
til CHRYSLER Royal aadae. llaaur
radio. Ttlaphona l»4t-W.
Dl» IIUOS'ON ladan. motor and (Iran «i
callant cendllkn. Phona 1040.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
tor Uia^^^i^^bBy or tba baal «kah
FURNITURE. APPLIANCES
DAVKNl-ORT. fhalr 14I.C0. Phona 1441-W.
■ |n_f-^l.._l|I.hn.
MOON’S
PAINT & FURNITURE
V E N E T IA N BU N D S
E. A. MOON
'PHONE 5 OR 21
Woolrich Brand
SHIRTS
JACKETS
COATS
, r.iMrvER 1
WITU NEW TIRES A TUUE3
“ 4 «•
roat 40-a aaar Twin falla. I abo bar*
- • «( riM baaa* la Twia nua.
PAT DALT
TwU FaUa
Phma tUI
. Resular Dclickua nnd Jnnathana
Abo tha new citra fancr Ooubla H
All Cradea A I'rkaa
A Few Mclntoah
Horn™ and .‘liaymana l.ater
PIcnso
___ OrderJlarly.___
-
All Sii:e.i
TWIN FALLS
■* ' HARDWARE
WINTER APPLES
11 AND :o.rooT'
% ACRE
Inalda City LImlu
da,a.
. tU.OOOM Tara*
&
SPECIAL SERVICES
In Slorkua ihadea. Idaal for balhrooma.
dralnl.oar.lt. flrnlacaa and alora fronla.
Immtdlau fSenike Lowaat Prkaa
.to Main Aee. R._______
DUAL PURPOSE
FARMS FOR SALE
b«4r«om nindam baoi« on b^hwu.
MO Pbona 04n. Jaropia Mr*. Frank
ir u v r .
•1238.00
Proparty. Now a ll^acloua 1 be.Im>m
home un lit with i;s tool <lrptb and
12S foot fmnUf f. On finr atraaU Ouilnna bulldinr can ba placed on 14 fool
depth without intarferlat with boma
and landacaped »anl. Kllclirn haa
•lactrio dlihwaaher
SEARS ROEBUCK
r m s AUTOMOBILES
J()NATJ7aN ~ ppU for aale. i aouvn. ■>.
----- South I'atk. Phona OIUJIJ.
... I/. L'amplirll.
TO>l ATOKS” rri^lliah. D.llcl.
PAUL EQUIPMENT
AND WELDING SHOP
cach. Both carry ■hlih"loan"vVtui:
Our own loan appralaar can malch your
ImmadlaU rraponaa In ilrlu you dafl*
DiU apraUala.
hoata la ncallant location.
WITH FAUCET St STAND
136.90
darV.r^STrx^' coadltloo.
3R aALF.i T#4I Harevry cenaartlbU
GOOD USED TIRES
TILE
nniNR IS THAT .SASH AND HAVE
THAT Gl.ASS IIEI'I.ACKI) lIEFOItK
THK CLASS SIIORTAUE GCT3 ANY
WOltSE.
JONATHAN'apKlrT'Ralph~Caar. \
_norlh Ilf hiiai.lial. I’hone CIM.I12.
JONATHAN
Klml>arly. Iltnrr Hichaella.
a. pick >
TueaiUya and S»lurila'|r»
Vi'I.K.S: J.iiiathan. •lellclou., tCk ami up.
Il'lrs contalnrn. }10 North Waahlnston.
TO INSURE DELIVERY FOR FALL
HARVEST
boD< wlUi lirta lardaa ipaL m il—
barrlM. All bardwosd noora. a war«|.
reba atoaala. BMdam pIubMbc. (uma«a.
On tarad ttTMt. Soa.
UraUlra Bask A Treat Ila. I, Ph. 1041
on
LEAF RAKES
Only 75c
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
NOW! OENOINE CERAMIO
•r llaba. Chamiil.in.hlp alock. Full
liralhera and alii.ra tn coaat champion­
ship .‘ipeadmarcjianl. At barsaln^rka of
rock. ItlO Kimberly road. Twin Falla.
ORDER NOW
Paul Idaho
norlli. I'h^na c'
1
STOP
OLD MAN WINTER
nOLLER REARING TIlllOUCIIOUT
NOW IN STOCK
Itoa. 4 blMka from City «
llanjweod tloora.____ _______ _____
raacnit llthu. wall Iniulalad. oawly
•laeeratod. Pticad rUhL
NEAT 4 ROOM
CO,
POTATO PILERS
YOUR OPPORTUNITY
To own ona of Twin FalU flnrr h»ma«.
Oiioptttaly mOiltTB, b«l of lorallona.
a'n” «n»%l*'^w ka-lrnnmi. |*»ry 1I>mI>I«.
Call W. A. OSTIIANUEII. llaZ'lt
LAUNDRY TUBS
UrlNTOSU
H. P. MOTOR
SEARS ROEBUCK
uprlshla. lit
1 .1
to b« morad: -lnch
fool hl«h. Round po
Whiu board frana
4 faat- »05 Dlua I.aliaa
PKTS
(MOD THING'S TO EAT
$211.83
rOU HAI.K: Chnlc. bulldlni liila. Lincoln
I0..10 SAVAGL deer rlflai
Tail Nib.kar. H eaal. 4 t
_perlment Slailon,________
1
WITH 2 STEEL PA1C8
Double — Cement
SPECIAL
FIRESTONE STORES
410 MAIN AVE. SOUTH
]\L B. EACK'JSR
CLAUDE DETWEILER
PHONE 0189-J12
LESS PIPE A: FITTINOS
Dank «
FOR SALE OR TRADE
A:
aai«
nuicK I*;.af nadan.
Vary <laa«. Alao ej I wbaal traUar. iw.
IN STOCK
pboaa IIM
Low as 52.00
1
'$ 2 ,0 0 0 'D O W N ••
too» hotna wltli'bath.
SphaM loealloB.
C .A; ROBINSON. Realtor
t
^ a r ^»ad, Prtaad for oslck ^
NOW
Tartlhla. parlact oomltUn'l
SPANISH ..ilUf, racallant ea'c. Photia Olll-JL.
COLD FISHI FanlalUi UUak Moors i Con»la. Commoni. ISa up. Klna'a.
NEW contMaum'^TrmTl'TS
i^ANTEOi Callforala Ilolalata aprlas.
cowa. Pbono IHVW ar ttI4-J. Lm
joiin ' dkkiik i : . a «
, ilan,on. Twin Falli._______________
wltb all alU(hmanli.
f>TAI.I.ION Ihorobrad. Jcckar Club p»par„
Mon. ^aclr for baana.
Kroaltth llnx,________
i-iuJidi. *i>o6.oo“ " ( iii''i« t.’'*’*^'
Alll* ChalRitra ........... ..........
China kriod
1 aprlnz Unih. Cord (rarlnr anil » Ht:nt8TERElThlack~Poland
ra*Itl«rad Ixar.
( w
l»«I ForJ irtick. Mila north of r
U.ari and allu from ao>a lUtrd. 1
..... hlahwar to. Phona
Fllfrro li SALKi llgbaru Mill hay arlndrr.
an hour. Mnlnri. ala»al«r. lilowar ar.
tarfa lynip lankt, l-rlcad for quitk
aala. Contact Albart Zwaleart. - ...........
_Carflal»l. PKatallo. Idaho, I
IMNTKUNATIONAL tracUir:
IljhU; ••• • •
tanilan
ctlltnl comdltlnn,
Dodfa
axlai
lund. no<»Hn».
CUSTOM KILLING
.EQUIPPED TO nOTCIIER
AT YOUR rAUU
■iO FUSS
—
NO uus;
1 ALLIS-CHALJIERS
Uaal llaulad to Lockar
WC TRACTOR
' CALL 0498J1
w m i cui,TiVATf)H anh lift
C001> CONDITION
I aadao. rood amd>___
SEARS ROEBUCK •& CO.
MISC. I'OR SALE
KIVK'siuffolk btirk Umba.~ Phana OtMJ
'•m Addlton.________________
d im oc hoan. all«lbla. alio illla and >o<
_A, 1., >ll»»ln«. Ilaaarn'an.
TKS*Monthi old bird dot .prlea raaaonal
. <f
»o°"- P^"B» aitut. ______
TKN montha old bird dor; prica raaao
_ahla lf_lakan aoon. Phana 04001.
Z IIKCIHTEIIEU Poland China boar~pIi
• monthi old. Frwl Hatnlln« ............
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WALNUT riMisii
I44JS mai
RED’S TRADING POST
111 Shcahona Bonlh
>940 FORD trarli for aala or will trac
_for car^__I'lmn. MH.U. Ill Jaekaoi
M;O0M7O I.A tm modtl WInchraUr wit
FARM IMPLEMENTS
wrru TBAY
Cook lUra. baalnlaa. Colarsnn oD baaV
ara. »u laoura. 12 rlflaa. II Colt a«p«r
aolMullc. 41 Coll aolonatk Apaaha
alf rlfK ona oaad Croaiuan air rifla.
Phona 114
lit 4lb Ava. 8.
Twin i'alU. Idabe
CRAIG & PALES
rb«ia SM
FARMS
ACREAGES & HOMES
Ji. J. MACAW.
IlKD Cl.OVKIl
WIIITF. DUTCH CIAIVEII
ANU ALSIKE
Sec Us for Bids
or Cnll
CORNELI SEED CO. •
t«« aem of Und nor Wnidfll. tl<
•Kara* «aur, enr 100 acraa nlllTaud.
Good j.roani houia. Df«> wall, eorrali.
•h>d fnr Iimbinx and «U l«. All fhfrp.
tJ»ht faneaa. ipud «allir, Owa«r nuat
laJ] vllhJa 10 dan. m.MO.Ot.
■S^uth. 0>r
gUi tllil«,
I i AYT GRAIN AND FEEb
SEE TIB rOR PAtlM LOANS
AND A GOOD BUYI
ACnSAQEon Mornlnri
* roam boiia*. tull b
bay I t«l
-
WE ARE NOW
BUYING
LIVESTOCK—POULTRY
GOOD CATTLK RANCH
•on*
1
rlibl......................... ...................
OooaiRf. 110.000, hair caab. Tarmi
on balanec.
-IJO ACllB inRIOATED IlANCll1 room houia. aanMaodarp. carai*.
machlna ah«d, Klactrla praaaara pump.
M aer« In cuIllTatloa and M ahara
of waur. tli.DOOM. ball caah. laraa
2I«I
boM ftlM (BRtltn*.
. . . A. Taator. Phoaa UU--------TRACTOR bMt poUar far A tractor. Haw
_ Phona 100.
WANTED TO BUY
Arcb Cotaar._T.ln ralla.
Ilaht iralUr wlib bad. n«a~tlA
lt4T ll.rr. *4. M. 8alf pr^IiaTcombl^
WANTFlb'lo bu, a
1II»-I»II uaa<!
Rltl»atd.oa S«r<l<» Button. Klabarly.
_car._l^»n. UiH^__________________
SLIOHTir ua«l t.anil-looiad aaSki -alao
FERTILIZER
>'•*1. fAllilAI,irira«t4%r In >ood «aniSllk«
^utlfal pUna, Ilka naw. Innlra » 0
_ l^ n a
after * - OLD pulitrliod al
Uwna. Abo (op >oU. Phana Oiil'lU.'
wanted ' ti) ifuY
'Oh~HALEi Hardwood bunk bada and
mNCH~MeC;.nnlcg Paarln» apud dUmi
-!e>Inch Jobs OMtalaral bad dlf«ar.-
- » 0 ACRS BANCn1 RWM modars bcuaa. It** Cra* wain
rlibl. co» bara for 11 eowa with
aUaebloaa and t bei aulli.
car
caraca. U'U4‘ work abop. t cattla
ah*da. In aicallaat atala of colllTatlon.
famllr fnill orchard, tt.eoo.oo eaab
wlU baadla. Tcnaa «a baUaca;
Fornltsra For Balal
Haie dateno aat! awlne rockara; Chroma
Breakfaal let: alacLrle ran«a and « foot
cafrlsanlorj oak daak; alactrla Iroaari
llooaar awaepari 1 bad caaplat* with
innaraprlac mattrma: ftxil rtis: «b«l
»f drawara; alactrk floor Umpi libalnf
board; DaiUr doubt* tab waahar.
Eearylblof In lood condlUoa.
SEE A T
-
It4« FORD FORDO&. RADIO AND
HEATEB.
1941 MERCURY TUDOR.
AND HEATER.
ItiO CHEVROLET 4000R
199< CHEVROLET 2.D00R
GOOD
USED CAR.S
ANY MAKF.. ANY MOIlF.L
PIUK FROM THF.
LAnCBST STOCK
IN IDAHO
BAOIO
.
1917 WILLYS
A.allabia on I DAVS NOTiCB
A doaan or taora 1847 Aatomobllaa
from our wholaaala let la Uaba Falla.
WrAE EASY TO 0 ^ WITB
HIT CADII.LAC Flaalweod aadan.
full, aqulppad.
Itt: PLYMOUTH SpMlal dalux* 1duor. healer.
1141 8TUDKIIAKER Commandar. fully
fiulhpe.1,
1»47 PLYMOUTH 8p«lal Dalsxa 4.
ion STUUEDAKER Champion 4i]oor.
MAKE YOUR OWN
T-E-R-M-S
TRUCKS AND TRAILERS
NEARLY naw ltl7 Ford V
Illl PLYMOUTH 4-donr aadan
1044 FORD 1-door aadan. haaUr and
. radio.
]>U t'aSOTO 4-door aadan. haaUr and
Ittt CHCVnoLET 4-door aadan. haaUr
lOit FORD :-door auper dataia. htatar
I9H OLDSMOniLE 71 aadanat. haalar
and radk.
Itll FORD l-door, haaUr and radio.
apecUI delaxa.
1(44 CHEVROLET 1-door aadan, haatar
lt«e
b«Ur
!»«« CHEVROLET l-door Mdan. haaUr
lt(« DUICi; aapar 4-door aadaa. Ailly
aqulppad.
Hit CHEVROLET t-doer *«lan. baalar and radio.
Itit DODGF. Cuitota 4-door aadan,
haaur and radk,
Itit TOW) lUtlon wa«on. haatar aiul
Iin CHEVROLET4-Joor aadan. fcaatar
U4I CIlBVROLer 4-«!e«-.adlli.-liait--*r and radio,
ttll CHEVROLVr
CIIEVROLrr l-door aadaa
IttT PONTIAC coupa
lilt aUICX 4-<toer aadaa
COMMERCIAL UNITS
1141 Charrolat pkkap. haaUr and radio
1*41 Charrolat truck. 1-loa
t t « Chavrolet pickap
1141 Chaerolal :-tSa truck
l«4t Dodt* pkkup
1141 Ford tli-l«n truck
ItiO Ford Mon truck, ataka rack
ItiO Ford 1>i-t»a truck
11(0 CharroWt lH->on twck. t-apaad
JI4T t-n
NORTH SIDE
AUTO COMPANY
Jerome, Idaho
nOAHO'8 LAnGE-IT USn> CAR
DEALER'*
aonabla. Larry’a Body a
la al Eaat Flaa Pslola.
Vkllora wakoma.
»44 TOUD. Ttiornton dHra, 10 wbaaUr.
Naw Ura. Mw owUr. auallaot aoadltiaa.
Phona 10. Kimberly.
.ft: FORD truck. 1 apaad, t.U Uraa, Naw
aeo. . ».oo tiraa. Priced for with tala.
Gaonta Ikrar. Pionaar Park._________
TRAVELO t
1
----------FJk!_tr.ck. o«_10._
It-FOOT Vtnbond trallar booaa..« .__
last cendllkn. Saa at Craaanafa AU*'
Court. Trallar I. Harold Boarfca. _
.
ItIT CliEVROLCr track, t toa. Ltoi
all*. With «eod beat bad. Fboaa lU .
Rupart or laaulra at Jtaj>«n Auto Stfritaa
nupert.
ItJI lH-TpiTDUui>e^T^tf^jtoad
R SALITor t^aTYard Ti
ttll iraa sA T ioK A i. C M . taoa
wbaajbaaa Back. ^
(Ut t«di.
.
UU
14 taM
MMiV
McVEY’S
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TIM5S-NBWS. TWIN PALL^ IDAHO
Soviets Hold .
“ THore Power
I In Canipaigo
You Know How It Is, Girls
1 more vtsltors this
SALT LAKE OITY, Oct. t
Republican party leaden from all
ver the nation «a t down today for
. strategy meeting In tba IMS cam*
pelgn but the big name prceklentlal
hopefuls were eoasplcuoutly absent
B y D B H I T T M AC KEN ZIE A P Vtetifn A fftln
A l /wnmnnUm lnt«luUleS lU
drtw for world reroluUon we find
R u b U bolding th« whip huvd at the
outsel la the Buropeui stnissle. In
th »t the M oocovlt« »nd their aaUlU t « posBM the Krat bulk o f the
ooottaent'i current food rcsourcet,
w h cr«u tbe democnclrt of. the
western u e * are (Ufferlns gn v e
p r l « U o ^ IneludluB wrtutl hun. l i u t 's the w»7 dune natun divid­
ed thine* up this year—sood erope
o o the whole In cMtem Europe, and
' tbe whole in eastera Europe, asd
bad ones In most parts of the w ut.
So fortune ha* handed the bol•berlat* a mighty weapon with
•which to persuade, or to compel,
distressed peoples to knucUe under.
Do M o il Anrthlnr
When f<dle are hunRiy, and
especially when they see their chlldren hungir, the? wlU do moet
anything to secure food. Among
the partlctilarly vulnerablo coun>
tries are Italy, Auitrla. Ornnany
and France.
Bolshevism’s heaviest Initial
•aull Is expected to be made In
Europe, and. In the case of hard*
h it Italy, there Is fear that the
bolshevUts may resort to revolution.
Short o f that, strikes and disorders
are anticipated In an effort to
achieve by fores what can't be ac­
complished by moreNsuaslon. Brit­
ain. althouBh badly hit by the
economic depreulon, 1* rather out*
side the range of Moscow's big
guns.
AsU Another Field
Another field of direct acUon will
be Asia, especially In China 'find
Korea, 'm e big question of the
moment In that area Is whether the
Chinese communists will get ma>
terlal Russian aid In their civil
war with the Chinese nationalist
government.
As for Korea, the Soviet tinlon
aUeady has established Itself In
the northern half of the country,
thereby securing an Invaluable mill*
tary base. Reports from southern
Korea, now occupied by American
troops, say that the Russians are
trying to precipitate a communist^
upbeavo).
Victim of Insect
Is Visitor at Paul
PAUU O c t fr-Mr. and Mrs.
n o y d Zenke, Wendell, the former
recovering from a recent lUneas
caused by the bite of a poisonous
Insect that slightly paralyzed his
arm. were Sunday visitors at the
home of Mrs. Zenket parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Pox.
Among those from here sttendlng
the LD8 conference at Salt Lake
a t y , tJUh, were Mr. and M n.
Savis Oreen, Bishop and Mn. Mer­
rill and daughter Ituth and Mrs.
Stella BUUngton. The Merrills and
Mrs. BlUlngtw stopped o ff in Logan,
Utah, to vtalt the MerrUl's sooa.
Jay and Flayd, who are attending
the Utah State Agricultural ooUege,
and with Mrs. BlUlngton's daughter
and ton-ln-U w, Mr. and Mn. Earl
Brown and family. They ittumed
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mackman, sr,
have returned from Columbus, O..
and vklnlty, where they had spent
a month visiting relaUves and
friends. Both are natives of Ohio
and they reported good crops In their
borne sute.
GOP Leaders YeDowstonePark
Set
Map Strat€!gy Tourist
For ’48 Drive
Blggeit la oib of ihe American Legion anztllarT eenventlen In Loa
Angeles was providrd by llie president berself, Mrs. Lillie Brannainan, who slipped elf her pinchint shoes for a moment's relaxation.
Her feet iwelled and she couldn't let the shoes on in time to U ke her
place at the mierophone. Above, Mrs. Beatrice Tmmbnli. left, chair­
man, applies laleam to ease th e iltoation. (NBA phole)
next year for the candidates____
Inated at the oonventloa. The aiplrarjts, such as Thomas C. Devcy.
Robert A. T a ft and Harold B. Btas;n, were not present.
Party workers attending the u con d
annual western regional OOP con­
ference ranged from doorbell-rlng'
Ing precinct captains to state ehalrmen. They will remain In lessloa
four days.
Leading the dlscustloaa will be
Carroll Reece, national rh«ifTK«« q{
the party, and several o f his to]>drawer assistants. Including Walter
E. Hope, New York, finance cteunltlee chairman, and Mrs. R o b ^ M aeAuley, assistant chalnnan of the
committee.
Keynote o f the conference, which
is^attraeting RepubUcan leaders
from the 11 western states and four
mldwestem'states o f Nebraska. Kan­
sas and the Dakotas. will be o m msatlon.
By HARMAN W. NICHOLS
CHICAGO, Oct. a (U.R>—Amcrlcun
families soon will hove a new morsel
to round out a SQUuro meul—a
sQuare egg.
Cubed hen fruit, as a matter of
fact, already Is a reality, llie ides
was hatched by one Dnvld Adams,
a Concord. Mata.. Inventor who tells
nil about It In the "DIkcsI of New'
Inventions,” published by the Nutlonnl PoundaUon for Science and
Industry.
.'Actually, the square egg in a
plastic "cube" which Is dc.^lencd to
hold tho contents of a single egg
with Its shell removed.
The hen's Job ends when #he loys
the egg In the nest. Scleneo tukcs
over from there.
Adams explained tlint his square
Job consists of two parts—tlie bot­
tom holds the entire contenls o f an
egR and tho top cliimiit over airtight.
Breaking o f tlie eggs, pneknclng
and aeallng of the shells con be
done by automatic machinery, Adams
says. He Is working clo.-»ely with a
New York outfit which has“ dc-
Francisco Arano
Dies at Shosiione
SHOSHONE. Oct. 8 — Francl.ieo
Amno, 71, better known o j ••Pachy.”
died at 1:48 n. m. Tuesday at his
home In Shoshone. He hnd been In
111 health since lOU when he re­
tired from the sheep business.
Mr. Arnno came to Shoahone'from
Mundragon. Spain, 4S years ago and
had made his homo at the Domingo
Boloaga, sr., home.
Rosary will be recited a t 8:30 p . m.
Wednesdoy at the Ilurdett chnpcl.
Mass will be celebrated a t 10 a. m.
Thursday at St. Peter's Catholic
church with Uie Rev. Father Bren*
nan as celebrnnt. Interment will be
In tho Shoshone cemetery.
veloped a n e w . method which
"shocks” food by el«tronlc processes,
keeping food fresh without refrig­
eration.
According to the Inventor, there
are a lot of advantages to square
eggs:
rirtl, the egg won't break
o ff the table,
You save a lo t of space In pack­
ing It.
It's easily cleaned.
Bolling won't crack It.
Impurities are removed In the
packaging proce.u.
The square egg Is transparent.
You can look through the •'window"
and see If there arc any chickens
Inside.
You won't have to worry about the
kids flghUng over who'U get th *
biggest egg. Tliey'ro all the
size.
, TliB egg dealer can print a:
vertlsement on the outside. If ho
ruTU a country store, he can add
a few little Items for good measure.
Lika ‘•Special todny. House dresses
$1.08."
Tliere will be ono dmwbock.
The square egg will raise the very
dickens with egg-rolling contests
come En&tcr.
AUCTIONS.
Wotch this column dolly fo r new*
o f Mngle Valley's farm auctions
and for the date their llsUngs
will appear In the TImes-News.
Check their ads for location and
all necessary information.
•
M SW l
DEPEN DABLE
Tavorlte of mllUons.
The w orld 's Utgcsl
■•Her at lOe. Demand
ASPIRIN
FORCHILOREK
StJoseph
A S P IR IN
(Wld) W. n. ratteraon
Advertisement. Oct. 6-1
Hollenbeck & Hollenbeck
Auctioneers
Cheater Loacks A V. E. Morgan
Advertisement. Oct. 12
Hollenbeek & Hollenbeck.
Twin Falls, Idaho
Sells The Earth
Se« Him
About Your Shnre
_
I
WHITMORE
OXYGEN CO. ^
H orses - Males
beeaos* Ibey'r* made
, here la Twin Falls <aot
ped la) and rushed to
fwcer at their flaver
tender, crisp, deUcloiis.
right
shipyear
peak,
Announcement
- Cows
formerly mafntalnlng offices in Twin Falls and Filer, wish to annouhco;that they have consolidated their off(cea in the
Blgbeat Price* Paid
fa r Prsapt Ptck^ny
C A L L CO LLEC T
* om n
,
PE R C Y GREENE
•s TRO UT FARM
'
FORD
Storage
SAY MILLIONS OF HOMEMAKERS
CATSUP
Pierce’ s Fancy
14 oz. Bottle
17C
FAT.M0UVE
Arwrnmi SOAP
ToUet
S O A p ’’*
In 2 Sizes
Vnl VitB. Rich In Tomato SauM
Reg. Slse
PORK 6t BEANS
16<^
Ilormcl No. 300 Can
Corned Beef Hash 37<=
Batb Slsa
* ^ 1 7 c
1 2c
UFEBUOY
Per Bar
2
2
3
liUX
TOILET SOAP
The Soap of Bcautifnt
W om cQ
Per Bar
EACH ___ ...__
TU N A FLAKES . . . 31<
Chili Con Came
23
c
RINSO
Maxwell House
Coffee
U . Jar £ lb. Jar
Per
Pkg.
f
Sno-Sheen
CAKE FLOUR
4SC 94C
PUMPKIN, Gold Bar or Sunklst Fancy. No, 2^ can...
CHERRIES. Utah Valley Red Sour Htted. No. 2 can.
MILK, All Popular BrandH, 4 can:
BAKING CHOCOLATE. Baker’s Premium, VI lb, p h g . .
COCOA, Baker’s Breakfast, !'j lb, can
...2 7 <
GRAPE NUTS FLAKES. Crisp DellRhtfuI 12 oz, pks.
JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT, Qls.-Pts.
A
m
A
H i
I
I ^
Idaho Dept. Store BIdg.
and have discontinued Uib Filer office. On and after October e,
both E. L. Raytxrm and E. M . Raybom wlU be la the Twin FaUs
offices.
Your IGA Merchant stocks tho finest
obtainable and ho guarantees satisfac*
tion on .every purchase. He’ll save you
money, too, with his everyday, low
prices.
HERE ARE MAGIC VALLEY’ S PROGRESSIVE, INDEPENDENTLT OWNED IGA STORES
There’s an I.G Ji. Store Near You
B tm b
Erb Brothcra
Market
BCRLEY
Economr O rocnr
Shelby Drlre-la
pyt -N - Pttk
CABEV
, Paterson's Grocery
CASTLZTOEO
C i t M. Pood Service
GOODZNQ
■}. C. Paloter & Co.
IIAILCT
etop & Shop
JEBOME
City Market
Hl-Way Market
R icn riE L O
Ptper"* Orocery
DECLO
Shaw's Uartet
D IE tftlCn
Dietrich M ematUe
EDEN
Bob’s Drlve>la
F A m n cL D
RMJOQCaASOQ
F IL E B
FUer Ueat O x
BCPEBT
McAchuD Food 6tor»
m iU e r * Market
snosnoN B
R . Stor*
TW IN FALLS
Jsnses* FoodUner
T ork i Food!
WENDELL
VltDAta Food Center
t
31<?
VIENNA SAUSAGE, Van Camp’s, U siie can...„,
WHEATIES, For. Champions, 12 oz. pkR,
RAYBOEN and RAYBORN
ATTORN pS
W A N TE D
num .
405K
Twta
Fans
. These clever women find IGA’s LOW PRICES are the answer to
budget stretching; You'll «av« many dollorB, too, by buying all your
foods at these friendly. convenJoot IGA storei.
Fish 8 Ponltry
^
Nark
-SAVING MONEY ON FOODS
AT IGA’s LOW PRICES...
NOW AT YOUR GROCER^
I
Bud
tJ T A H ~ .lD A H O -C A U F ^ N E V A D A -O R E G O N
- Skilled. Btfkieal, Carefal Marera. racking, Uavtng,. Btaraga at <
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Texun Natural, 46 o*. can
DEVILED HAM, Libby's Genuine. 14 size can, 2 for.
Office In
KIMBERLY DANK EXCnANGB
r h e n n : Day 60; Night S4-J
Kimberly. Idaho
and SUPPLIES
Service - Sales
OVALTINE, Plain or Chocolate, Ijte. jar
HEMO, Powdered or-LIquid, jar
TOMATO JUICE. Hunt’s Fancy. 46 or,
BLENDED JUICE, Tcxsun Natural. 46 oz. can
FOR
(Bonded Real Estate Dealer)
WELDING
Thursday, OcU 9
Sun VaUey Large Fancy
Cream Style No. 2 Can
DR. HOWARD W. HILL
DENNIS SMITH
HEATERS
FOR YOUR CARS
Official Repair
Van Camp’s Just RiKht for a Quick Lunch
OCTOBER 15
that 19 Confederate aoldlera and M
Cniaa army men are now oo pen*
atoa.
"Xtia Rebels n ay lira to wblp
then yet," said ooa unreoonstrocted
■outhenm;
MOVING
Clearwater 6 ^] oz. Can
OCTOBER 9
wllh It chronic disease? Con.sult Dr. Hill
ELECTRONIC X-RAY FLUOROSCOPIC
EXAMINATION
COLON THERAPY
ELECTROTHERAPY
SPINAL ADJUST.MENT
1.35 M n in A v e . W e s t
C H A TTA K O O G A . Tennl. O c t 8
thinning gray ranka.ot tlM
u nited Oonfederata Veterans-ooold
araater only t«o r men for tha opea*
Ing of tbe Bind convenUon.
" 1 ware privates h i tha Ooolad-
C A LLE D B Y llL IfE S B
R A IL E Y . Oct. 8— Dr, and Mrs.
Robert H . w n g h t le ft Sunday mor­
ning for O ra n U Past, Ore.. being
called thera by the Ulneas of h U
toother, Waller Wright. T h e y were
accompanied by M r. and M rs. Olay
W i ^ t and Mrs. Jo b n Wright, Bel­
levue. *
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R X Q U LA R M S m K O
Fm S TD B Q R EB
• P. &L
I. a a P . Baa S U - M Ara. K.
E U a a B. Ftta W . B a ra U Meta
Noble Grand
Secretary
V ISTTO R S W E LC O M E
anny, tnt they hava baen lose
Gray Convention arato
tinea elevatad to tba tank of tm c m . by cooiteiy.
Attended by Four ~ It «a i nportad at tba oaoTentlan
my BIST HABIT
TROUBLED
ST.JQSEPH
Asks Compliance
B O m Oot t
— .Oeocfs:
Obrdes. president of tha Zdabo
RcaUnrant Q w dcxs “ fw 'ttlnn.
caned on aU membeta o t tha as*
sodaUcn today t o comply with
Brasldent Trum an’s reqneat to
^serve "meaUess Tuesday*^ and
"esslcss and poultzyleaa H iu rs*
days."
A ltenU on Odd F«Dows
New Morsel to Round Out a
‘Square Meal’—Square Eggs
STEALS KITCHEN SINK
QUESTS m O M NEVADA
AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. B (,n—The
BAILEY. Oct. S-M r. and M n. burglar crossud up the ciuipatcr.n iit
W . E. Klnrade and granddaughter. Brooks Hill's house. He stale the
Miss ftan cls Ring, ConUet, Nev., Icltchen sink.
have been guests at the home of
Mrs. Klnrade's sister, Mr. and Mrs.
, John W. V/rlght, Bellevue, for the
past week.
F A S T A C T IN G
— thaa any prvrtooi m r ataet tta
creaUoD tn i m . 8 upertnUndcnt
Edmund B . tu i* n reported today.
T h e trava) year for the part, ex­
tending tnxn Oct. I . IMS to Sept.
IM T. recorded a total of 8 3 U q i vtsItors— xnor* panoas than entcttd l a
gataa durlnt Ite first W yean of
cxIsteDe* as a national park, Rocen
said.
Ttila y*ar'» record total was aa
Increas* of li.43 per cent over tha
prvrlous racord y«ar. W M , when
B l i M I persons w«r% xtclstared at
tha flTa park gateways.
VEDMBSDAT, OCTOBER 8, IMT ‘