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SEOUL, Korea," (Tuesday),
day), Oct. 28 <U.R)—United States
m arines smashed a S,00&>man
-man C hinese attack yesterday and
A in valiant counter-attacks
stem
»
.
(s seal
sealed a hole In their western
y fro n t main line th a t m ight
ht havi
have been used for a^communist
k
drive on Seoul.'
BufChlncM- lato last night
light sl
atn i held tw o ^ tth re o b'ut^wst''
tig a . . . .
slr_i'hum nn aca” attacks’ along
positions overrun in their_i'hi
L. L ew is today told
35(
M 360,000
United Mine W orlierj
former Twin F allss resident
reside
J t of ]Korangpo-ri.
ers tthree-mile front northwest
and a Pocatello woman
rtiVGTOK. O ct. 2 7 (U.R)—John
(U .R )m an were dead Monday, victims of
oft conl strike " a t once."
in 5Snake river canyon two milei
;ting it
In th e tradition of Iwo Jim a the crash of a light plane
The Icathernecks, fighting
ane in
miles east of the Hansen suspension
th
at
he
is
"urging'dach
m
em
ber
a
graphed
union
d
is
tr
ic
t
leaders
that
and
Tarawa,
threw
back
-mas
r ^ president telegraph*
otlng Ibridge.
third'occupant
t
k-m asse s of yelling,'hom -tootlng
mt of the
piano waa in fair condit
xinditloa a t Magic Valley Memorial
nment reviews tho coal contract
r d s who struck a t their main 1hospital.
vork-at
act -------------------------- ^----------------- re
J Jj to return to worka once" w hile tho govemmenl
line a f te r an artillery barrage
rrago
Flipped Into a spin by
)y telep
telephone wires'spannlng the
le car
canyon, the plane plummeted Into
81.90-a-day wage incrcasF Lew is .
* ^ ”itabitliation: bjoard
o a r d cut 40 cents from tho $1.90-.
.8 _ _ described as the heaviest
s t in the
\ river Sunday noon,, killing
killing tho pilot, Beryl Yelton,
m, 28
28, Pocatello, and Darlene Heg-.
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negotiated with the* soft coal
h is to ry ' agaiinst ai'single ma* *
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fltrom,
Yelton formerly
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industry. His telegraphed or­ AA n Jd Dr r e s i -dJ e n[ i1.
rine regim ent.
j
lived in Twin Falls.
tt >
ers
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T h e a t ta c k .w u only 30 mile's
der to tho striking m iners
H
The jurvixor of.,the crash,
e c k a g e in
n
o
r
th
o
f
Seoul,
a
t
tho
head
of
one
followed President Trum an's
___ Leo DobrzynsW, 80, also of
' 6 S o f th e tw o major Invulon corridors
personal intervention into the
I? Pocatello, swam free of thfl
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to th e Republic o( Korea caplU l. I
From U P an d A P Report#>
i h e aecond Is the Chorwon-UljongT
^ situation.
'IJang- ,'S
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1 wreckage.
Ued
Re-sUtemenU of opinion^ ond
an d bu
t corridor, whose defenses the comJ
U v U said a n appeal h e h aa fUed
TTin P ans-eo uQ tr u d Jo o m a
algn - m
t: un ia ts tested In recent savage
l: . ' ; . '
.
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In conlunctlon u lth aoft cool In
in -- w
* am tnga featured today's c ao p>olgncounty offlce n .'T w in FaUi polie*
Uon Ing
by Oov. Adlai StevensonI a n d fig
i h tin g fo r W hite Horse mountain.
144 Main avenue
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dusUT leaders to review th e decUlon
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^ E n u te re d .T ro lln g er’8
c r ’s Pharmacy,
PI
a nd volunteera brought h tn . frem
Oen.
Dwight
D.
Elsenhower.
And
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T
rian
g
le
hill
and
Sniper
ridge,
ed
by
Uie
wage
board
lapendioff.
^
m. Su;
Sunday, taking an estimated
^ K ^ ~ 6~and~?~a'Tn.
. th e canyoo.ia a :< pectacular.m eoa
President ‘R \im an appeared buoyed
uoyed
M
a
rines
flghUng
a
t
time*
h
and'j
»
d
:
WlUaaonablB U m e
^
ircotics, according to S. L. Crow_
<
J operaUoa.
^ ■ ^ t o d $250 in narcotici
I..,, by the cooperaUon o f John L. Lewis to
» -h o n d wlUi fanaUo reds hurled : . •
'.t: •' v,>.
" It wltl require a reoionable tim
^ 5e- ,,in th e coal mine dlspuU .
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Pro m h U b e d laU ie b o sp iU lM c n *
^ K |b t o f the store.
. _ bt a ck two- enemy battalions of some
,
for review of attended fact« and
t
<lay Dobnynaki told T *ln PUls
ph ^H. ],M0
reds who sUuck their 'm
main
ain ■ ! '? » ,
/ii
Btte sa
said th e burglars apparently
th* reaching of a decision," th e , WlUl his eye o n Sen. Joaeph
Howard Gillette
•ly the
r
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McCarUiy's widely adverUsed apeech
r j,,
County Sheriff Jesse E . Oarltoo th a t
peech
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ridge
ridge
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miners' boss *aJd. “I t 1# m y op in io n ' ?from Chicago tonight, Elsenhower w
h’cH planned. Ho fni
^ K ( ( 0i ^ [s who had[ the burgJarly
b
no
one aboard Uie plapo
seen
Sower
injow
n
a
s
T
h
e
Hook"
norUiwest
of
A t - ' f V -<
^
•est
h - th a t our industry ahould be o p e ra
i*
? ut-l campaigned
in Pennsylvania with *a K
j, o ra n g p o -ri about 6 p ja . (I a ja .
ilding about 6 a . m. Ho said tho
th e wires which th e plane i tn e k . .
left the building
-T v .
H
log during th a t period u sd th a t zthme „
to root subversion o u t'O
t ’ Off j j s T ) .
^ ft Interests of the m ine w orkera rth e govemment
7 1 1
He related U iat th e pUot'tarooght
| K ( jocn on the frontt of th e store w ere opened in an tK
b u t warning against
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th e plane out of a spin a few feei
rs an
anid ’lhe public will thua be aerved.” ^damaging individual freedom by - L a te la a t night, according toJ tele- - I lome eort of bar. }He estim ated th e burglars
“ “ ph o n e d reports'from forward1 out­
outabove the canyon floor, b u t a s t t
Levis Mked Uie dlstrlct_Ieader« "false charges."
minutes.
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^ K & ito rc about 20 m
lnui
pSo sts,' th e marines had e a s ^I back ."V
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.
leveled off l o m e U ^ seemsd "to
to noUfy all the miner* an d re K « -B U t« Tw1m~'"
t. m forw ard slopes and crest
fro
)ok only
qui
pnll H suddenly in to th a water."
esl of
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. • V < ‘r c« quest
“their fullest cooperaUon"
^BlSlette baid they took
onl th e money and narcotics
^ speeches.-at Philadelphiak and th
1 e hook because of heavy artUIery
OS
stream . Crowley waa
iIn' a aurprlse m ove..U r. T ru mMann Lancaster.
— Ih i-v ic tia -a p o k a .w lth difficulty;
' K ^ b e injected into> tho blood
t
Pa..
Elsenhower
twice
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a n d m o rta r fire.
o f called Lewis and H arry' IS. Moses, ^
He had undergone * treatmeQt lor
tcrm
ine
th
e
e
ra
c
t
quantities
of
^KBiavcDtory to dotcrmin
Ion a t
A n officer said bunkers along
ng Uie
- s . , \ -------------president of tho* B itu m in o u s-C o al ^re-sU ted his policy o n subversion
fractures or th e 'J a V .'E t'k l M 'r » ^
ie th
a t were taken.
pr,
Producers association, to a 'n 'h.|it«
it4 a* tim e when his sta ff professedi h igh c re at w ere so smashed by arUUerr
^^Lipb!ne and cocaine
that
Inlury and-K U felnid
.]gn ^curiosity over What McCarthy would
* e y gave no protecUoa.
would th
bfi. fia
Hnu.ie cnnfcri-nee la a f n lg h t. Also
ahoek-and exuoaur f c - l t w aa-long
,-fuioproof cabtnat—Howevfr, thp.
w a y mnlght:-------------------l i . - V
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e d 'W « ^lanei7 H y n 8 0 "lflro i3|„ >
Included
In the meeUng w ere Have
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B
ie r dark b d m x ^ a i got m
ask an easy ono fo r professionals.
;j.'
^luconsidercd
task
thee d u rin g th e day In support of allied
_ Economic S U blU ur Bo»er U P u t- , McCarUiy haa n o t Informed* th
'A
Top Aspirants J
feco tics
E
jjiand Na
Kstolen in Burglary >\
5,’“ Renew Drives S
mJ.
Plane Wreck;
Canyon
^ h r -fElaanhftwar ram p nf.U ie the.-con«.
c o n «-1.
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nam,- P ttT ld -C o le ,-d ire c to r o f - 't
' Ha r e e v e d 'inedleal a ttm tio o D
l . ten
OO
OP
P niiasions
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dropped bcmbi, napalm
federal medlaUoQ service, an d P reusl” ts of h is ipeech. and Uie O
m aand
n d ♦ t ? * .‘
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th e scene of the craah from D r. 7.
c andidate dedded “today
Z
“ y. rocketa
o n Chinese troops andd ooUidenUal AasiaUint Jo h n R . S teelm^an, presldenUal
P
th I ' J- *• I •
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B. Knight, K ta b erly . who followed
e-Unea 1
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Mr. Trum an's apeclalU l o a h bhos
o r ^to s e t on record again w ith* hla' e. n wero aim ed a t behlnd-the-Unea
offleers down a ct««p t n n on th i
ptoU eau.
*atUUide toward subvenrivea an d a, re a* to th e west, »here th e reds
•onUiiide.oftha^iByoa.
^ h a t to d a .a b o u t them. .
lataea B tatem est
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^ E arlier In Uia cam palga,'E lscn- m a y be gaUxering relnforcementa,
' Frank Moulder, M oaa b c n u U ca
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At th e conclusion of t t u n e a rly »,
th e canyon rtm nort6 ei» t o f Baasan,
how er aald h e h ad differeiiee* wIUj ,
J half-hour long mepUng, U rv ^ n u n a n ^McCarUiy over how to attack »ubheam th e eralh and-called U u Twla
1
IsfDed' a statem ent sa y ln ^-h e h ad version, b u t Uiat th ey had-ag reed J
FaUs county ahszU t'i offlo*.
n - urged
ilized Monday
m orning and Sun*
urt Lewis “In Ow common goodr on Oie goal.
Hfttsoiiiffcro hospitalized
]
As th e Twin P a S r e o i n t r o a i a n
to “use h is best 'elforta to effec t a t
^■litRsoltof accidents
ts in 1
Twin Falla.
,
'. once
A«aln Pledgee Trip
- aod
a resum pUoa o f work In 'uia
the
' Eisenhower
again* premises to
ith*old son o f I lr . and Mrs. Kob- mine*."
H nB tditeid, 18-raonth-old
' p a rty .of re a e u m .eomprishHf J c >
ry
"iU . Levis haa issu red m e o f V
hla., go
f tO'K orea if'e lected. a« h is first
rly road,
escaped serious Injury
1750 Kimberly
roi
,M ta
o m e 'd ty and eotm ty offieaza aad
Ip’ eooperaUoD.*’
the Prealdent aald.
V sk toward winning a n early peace
rhen a ca r driven by^-hls ^ncle,
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Sunday when
0^ af-n d uslsU ng Uie people Af K o rta io
TClnnteera deaoesded tb a tn K h ir<
|r.’
BoUi Lewis and Mosea deollned
o u t north wsQ of th e caayoh..
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take
over defense o f 't h e i r own
J o e I . vlgll,. M, US R a m a n
H s U b , U 1 7 Eleventh1 avenue
Bveni east, ra n over the boy’s° com m ent' afte r the m eetlog «zc«pt
“
2 -, f ro n tJ ln e s .
g e t, w as aentaioed to lO .d a y a ii
stre
X- lo
to refer reportera' to M r. T turnan'*
Ho was t r «s a t ^ fo
J r bruises and-held over-esaed ;th8
c i t ; J a Q ^ '^ l D e d ’tloai a n d : ^
Stevenson, m eaaw bll* «zpresaed
;tl
s
u
te
m
e
n
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K y |u ^ n ^ j n j ^
E«f| In'
d e « o sU M onday v b e a J » ] |l A M
lltude
in '
. K tt.Jta t P le d n ^fe a r th a t th e Republican a ttitu
h a tB
ta T
7 g f ti.y a n « police
*®- 'T he '^ U m e n tS a ataia ed -T O -flit- 4bw ard-U>e Korean . » a i ‘t e a y Jia
Joe.' guU
l,e delayedr.idiabeei f o r a a armlsUoe.g ty o f drunken d rfrin p T h e fO u rt
eU ie'm loera would be
]
I m
‘irin
■go- Speaking to a w h M ti-tto p aodl- p zortded t M t ih e jail lenCAncf
— B anW d th e ir fuU wage tncreMO-iar
^ K p ^ t o u ts lo r^ iP i P
t ue
M rw *
b c u a p e sd td af*er five d a * uU iIb
«
be
ih e price for settling th e a e n^^ t n O irough'« f c ^ e ^ 7
OlUstte a a i Xce .‘n ttt a g to ^ s e C M
_ day-old strike. L ab o t .dxclei. Jlffir,fr...*
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. fin e la ptdd. C ity officers T^wrted ''Vigil •ws^
. deteeUve, aad sta U u t f ooibO ^
ever, believed Lewis m ost h av e obt-M ig s e e n .. S tolcea ^
.------ he »d«d-t<nrard-eouth-P arfc-ott-th»
n - th »
' W rtckage « ' a lig h t p U ae
iodica:
le;; Indicated'I
t a rrafT lir« « Ieh ''(w « p o m '
talned some auch a a s m n c e tn rlew I
from- th e d riv ew a y
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e a s t e n d o f the Rock Crtek tdirldge.
d g e . n e i diaU i I m eraah Sonday.-Ues
lay.-Ues |Mi IIM. deep ebadow s of S nake
H r a r a.rubber r a f t THe r a f t W t e O t i e S
c e rtire
of hla previous a d am e st ita n d th a t
I t a p p ea re d a t f ln t th a t hia
tor_ wheel ran o v e r
. ^
is c ar
a r e u y e n od t t» b a n k of tb*.ztver,
ztver, w
wbblU th e nm gleam i brUUaatly on th ei
(CuitBMl • • P««* s . CW aa S
the -minera. would nd*. retu rn to
,Q
w ould h it th a right aldo off Uie
th e B ortheaiveR w aU above tb ea ssoeseol
o e w e llh o e n u lu (Staff p h e U - e u c*»»tag)
is v l^ )
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work unless they were alkiwed the
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b rid g e, th e n It appeared he w
would
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-jr..Cattertaai,-17.^403
-=^-- h it-lh ^ ^ p o U e e -e a r.-th e f-a a ld .-H 'f-^
O - M r T rtm n n T itite m e n tr h o w e v e r r “
insu Ml!.' w u {ftkeh to
k l- A h i t a a idevalk, and -waa atopped in
contained
two indlcaUons augrestlcg
con
i3ej Mtaort*! JiMpllaJ bv
by
^
.venue .
f l c th e 300 block of SouUi Park avenue
W ASHINQTON. OcL J7 OB-The
pot
he possible
reversal ot th e wage board's
iita ita ilJ lin . Mondfty
pos
nd poslUon
th a t' t h i m inors ahould bo
be
B 7 n , e AaMcUUd P r e n
*a t 1 :6 1 a .m .
a l c(» cut on Wl upper a« irr ;forea 1# leavJng to lU p!lot4 and
te st a t
conunsndera the dedilon
gra
on granted
only a tliSO-a-day increase
Tdaho Totera wUI b e bombarded hvia req u a st. b u t did *hotWood
b b»'rwlrt<l m « three- overseas
®''*r
wait to h e a r
.rf
of
v
h
a
t
t«
d
o
lf
Bovlet
flBhters
t
^
n
unc
In
under
stabllltaU
on
rules.
w;
Oharlea H cTlek, Jr.. 8. io n t f Mr.
WlUl a verba] assau lt by b oth m a- th
,, e outcom e. His driver's license
t a li 8«ond «treet and
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was
lew
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a nd M rs. OharlM -BcrrldE. 140 M aJor pollUcal parUes thla week “In *a ta k e n f o r one year sutpenalon.
ns
Seriasa ConalderaUoD •
Jo
ir r a tul. Ills condlUon attaelc A m erican p U n e a flytns
peaceable m lulona over non>Russlan
j,
drona atreet. w u t a k n to Maglo
aa- last-d
itch effort to switch th e* *un“
Mr.
T ru m an aald P u tn am "aala
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Jo aeph H . Serpa, SM Lincoln
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territory.
.
*ur
le lU O Valley MemorU] ho m ital a fte
unless you TOted in th e IMO
sured th e parUes ^ a t serious an
di
m d decided
v o to to th e ir camp. , - - s^tr e e t, p a id a Una of $}-a&d4S coits
l » f u httded touth ojv
u
i
r
e
w
u t t i ^ la th s - b a d e e r t n a 'l u a a
general 'elecUoni you 'm u s t re­
in prom
f. poUce e aurt when he p le
^ i4 M . B O B S , o a i l m - T w ofo Bolw
rd ’ A
A tlS A P ipok& m ah made If plain
pro pl e o n ald e r^ o o would b tf ■Rep. H arojd ’ Cooley; D.. N. 'O , In
fcrf till la hU 1B38 I^ird
in
a
dry
register.
VoUng
in
the
1948
p
m
i
I presl- by pellsti trom a 13-gaogo ahotgna
e n made a craah landing on dty
Ion ch
“
to th e Joint Industry-unlon
cl airm an of Uie houae agricultural guilty
130 toda
today, in answer to quesUons. thaatt given”
glvi
iWcoIUdtd wllh a'193D
o f faUure to yield Uio rig h t of m
qualify
about
10:S0 a m Sunday a mile west
n-Id aho denUal tiecUon does n o t
age committee.
wiU be th e DehiocmU'
for a review o t the wage
cc
nd tho
tho crewa of a plane, like the B *29
» request
re<i
= t tHiB north on Second
m ^* y - H e 'waa involved in a «T'inor U ke bed near U u O regon-Idaho
ou
d
id
a
nd
five mllea n o rth of Ou n r . *
big gtm, while the Republicans will .
you for reglstraUon If you did
■er board's
ruling.
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bl
er. shot
ahot dowTi by Buaslan finhters over
boa
OR bi 0311m E. Dahmer.
e ast '
f.iT i; agc c id e n t on Shoshone street. eaat
The boy waa n o t Inlnred tcrionily
Aid c« o u n ter w ith Sens. Herman Welker
il,
In
on Japi
Japanese jr a te rs e arlier this monlh,
I addition, th e President said
I Ujo
C arl Johnson. Boi*e. ene oo ff more
more not \-oU for aU U . a n d county
Of* cw t TTie Culbertaon
TS ppara r- offlcen in lOSO. Are jrou regisregia - a nd w as expected t o ' be released
ere aoin d H enry Dworahak and Oov. Len 5 S S . ? '
■»"“ >™« “>• th
I a n 30 plloU and-observers
Lf- Mosea
stated the operator* -are
taoctoli!de«y, Inlo a 1051
i51 havi
have th e rlgbC to fire back Ui sellMo
tered?
from th e luMpital
,te- Jo
UclM ttog in th e aearch fo r Rl'chard
Richard
prepared
to ato rt paying im m ediateJ( rd an ..
defense.
.
pre
fotxBirtinilwnrdny&m,
n, dele
Welker D se
,
E. PosUethwaiU and How ard1 Baker, |_______________________________
_______ I to E. E. (Bud) Sm ith. 330 p w rtb
Iy^ the IIJSO o f t&e wage in c reuaue
iC «ia,|S in„uti,on Bee*
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Not P ttp a re d
^
spotted th e two m e n ^ ^ m orning
ailW elker «U1 speak la LewUton V
aTenue east' who O r r t the
now allowable an d to aet aalde avall... - Eowever, th e American pl&as
-ug’
rtandlng
by
th
il
r
w
r
e
i
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p
la
n
e.'
- C - — S z ^ - a n d - t h e f a th e r «f-th a-b o y
te n M
able for paym ent to th e miner*'W hen
W onday -n lg h t-an d 'P o catello -T u es- ^
* ^ ’ a T jttre “ diunaged: downed b y Bovlet gunfire Ocl. “*
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d ay in behalf of th o GOP congres*
ve re himtifig pheasants, aecompan*
,! and If approved" th e rem aining 40 di
T h e two apparenUy w ere unln^ « u - 9Htn, m clnj any
“y could n o t have fired bock: because It centa p e r day, retroactfVe to OcL. 1. aionol
candidates. Rep. Jo h n T.
sl
I I O ' iured. aU U AeronauUca Director
w as
- — ________ ■
wasn’t prepared for nhooUng. IU
W ood and Ham er B u d ^ . .
•“ H C het Moulton aald. and wero being
he ^
*
*
*
ll
guns wero "tied down" during the
D worshak talka Tuesday n ig h t In
, J o r - ’returned to BolseTsy auto. , . .
rh -ra a k .
SmlUi aald th e y 'h a d 'eiJpptod a
MANILA. O c t 37 (lit—H lgh-raali
-BO
ISE
.
O
c
t
37
(I?M3ov.
Len
routine train in g flig h t to the nortt*
I
tmtA
I—
.- T h e -p la n e '4 -la n d la g .g e a r.a n d .a
Id ah o m i s alter a series o t cam - ^
r , ^ ' *5“
Sen. W antn M ngnu- ,wing Up were damaged In the-forced Inrroipln o -a n d -A m c rlcB n -o fflcli th e boy aitUng on Uie edge o f ’.a
,
e m Up of-H okkaido.
'
\
— palg n -ip eech es I n U tah M onday,,
e.iorcea
o ne-half houra t«
aen. D ,''W a s h , w u '100 pe r cent
th ro u g h Wednesday,
n
A nother answer by the apokesA m erlIn a beet Qeld. E e n l d he ahoL
day to discuss strengthening. Amerl
w
rong"
I
n
hia
sutem
ent
U
iat
x
T
tho
.
^
n
Cooley addresses a LewUton ^
m “an Indicated th e a ir force now
^ before Uie p heaaant got high
can b u e s in the phuip p lnne sn an
0,1. 17 »n -A. j"
[iv in
in Boveroor
m nuenced Dwight ElsenElsenAID IN BEAHCH '
b reak fast and an evening rally
5
Is ready to cope w llh any sucJi alr ic sr u
uQ enough.
( . i t fA, other measures aimed a t oh oo rin
2
man a nd. h u l*
,o by Soviet fighters by assigninch
er on Uie Kells canyon issue
M rs. H arry H. H ani*. adJuUm
n c h - how
"
tacks
;he com
npr r r r s B t m o H . Oct. 'rt m - p ieleld
id M
^ o sco w T u e sd a y an d a B o lse luiisn
iff),t for the western Pacific ag aih st the
c o a - .T he boy w u t a k o to thehoeplU l
“! lUtithier were killed J*®''
n ^^ ^ e n th e Republican presldenUal Uie
,
Twin Falls CAP unit, reported
:e « « n *nd Idaho Palla evening rally
on
“ Ing a flR hter-plane escort when
en officials
cffi
of Uio United Mine W orkers
In Smith'a ear.
munlst
U
ireat
^
can
d
id
a
te
visited
Boise.
j
. Monday th a t alx local plloU and
ona W
^
needed. T h o spokesmdn said, "daypre
y- predicted
today th a t full opcrntiona
” ednesday.
beaded
■
*■
'in a.m
« m.
President Elpldlo Q uirlnoI heade
**The
se
n
ato
r
w
u
not
a
t
the
m
eett
®
«
t
three
obaervcra
le
ft
a
t
8:30
B odm Heads NorUi .
r ; to.day tactical considerations diewill
c- w
lU be restored In the-naU on'a aoft
u ei earea
^ a U’* Philippines delegaUon wWl
th
jfa . jxtfinrtiiy pmhuhly tn
-in - —
"tn g .-ftlth o u g lL h e je cm e ljiM Dtojo rela to w hether escort is provrdeST'
coaT
coi neldTby tornorrov/'m B m lninn'
“ Budgo-w lnda-up-hla-EaatcmI-Ida.'A m B su id o m iy in o ra -A n s p n u m t
will
p
o
r
t
w
h
at
w
ent
on,"
Jordan
said.
1
*ld.
from
B
runeau
t
a
Owyhee.
Nev.
P
rc-'ponse to union President Jo h n, L. h o campaigning Tueaday a n dn will
t
‘r
n
represented
th
e
Am
ericana.
Ah
nd
ReU lod to Nole
JI. Qulnby and
h...
“H
ells
canyon
w
u
not
discussed.
T h e local plloU were L ie u t C. O.
go to Coeur d'Alene to speak In be­
Lewis' back-to-work order.
l^ fe n s e
M arlh.
V f*' present'w ere depuly U. 8 .-Defenj
HvtiT IJf M r. M agnusen w u u far off
iff on ^w yllle. CAP leader. Roger M
Thla double-barreled self-defense
^ he miners walked o u t 'of th
'** T
thee h a lf of Wood a t a rally tenUUvely
ore W
William C. P o ster a n d M
TEHRAN. Ira n . O c t 37 lft-6peo“
hhis oUier remarks u he waa
j
J «r e•- Richard
Wnlte. H arold Fillmore.
Ed’h. program—a p p aren t blanket author- pits a week ago In pro test of th
ITiursday n ig h t
thee se t
J o t o ^ to to n .b r a t. iip..mmmunlaL.demflns
..g u u jc ard-M cC ariyr^m berly. anrt flarUi,
“ t. ity-for-p]Bne-«rews-t»-prol«ot-UMin"■" fl:4!«-»Uiw nr5mtJir-tJonw*r-40»twnr —
era!,
ho
waa
100
per
cent
wrong."
1
..
stratora who ahouted "down'With the
rong."
K
lrkm
an.
Mr*.
H
a
n
ts
said
th
e
group
^
n o rth Idaho while hla Democratic
selves an d for. commanders to as- cut In Uielr noRoUated »1.M a day
ouariers
^
communique
Issued
a
fte
r
U;
,)]]
th
e
governor
added.
^
J
l
"
H!S
ahah"
a t a.sporU exhlblU on Sunday
waa
called
by
lU
Boise
headquarters
will *■
“*• sign flBht«r e.icort when needed—
■“ w«Be b o o st T h e vanguard-will e n ter opponent. Mrs. O racle Pfoat, daho.
'*
meeUng said Quirlno asked
ked ^t l e jj,
^f U ie.ahah'a S3nd birthJ o r d a n aald he and Elsenhower
tiower ISunday n ig h t
f f i ^ '^ T r t n c e . Coeur
u r seems dlrecUy re la te d to th e formal
it,. mines th b afternoon.
1 a ssert'“* Uie
“concentrate In southwestern Idaho.
nlnee oncf
th e other western governors
im ors
u e u te n a n t W yllle and W--X,
Marah tr. S, for more mlllUry he lp , assert
>ld note'se:}^ to Russia by Uie state dej:
“
*■ “ HoweVer.
tJMW disW ct fifth P re s- W
" . n . Jensen. DomecraUo nominee
a
^
.
h
e
lp
in
g
th
e
P
hllli
Shah
Mohammed Reaa P a h l n t
tke a '*'ho g a thered In -Boise for th e> eoncon- tw ent together. W atte waa accom• rig in th e aecond dlatrlct, will make
n - parU pent OcU 17.
^
Ident Jo h n p . Busarello, who heads
f
n
o
^
v
P>"«‘*'8
S
U
tea
“would
all
5Uld
also
t
t
e
country^,
ruler, witnessed ths
I
ference. discussed reclamatioh. only jpanled by David Shaw. Fillm ore by
?■
TKat note, protcsUng tho Oct. 7 38.000
aB.t miners In the Pittsburgh area. whirlwind trlp^Uiroughout hla dls- f'In bro ad term s and co specino pro]exhlblUon a t a stadium . .
p ro]- Oeorge
<
A rthur Keaaey 'a nTd
d MeMc­ I* «lrengUienIng lUelf.'*
U
a - said
hla, trlc
“ t this week.)
Incident a n d dem anding compensasail m ost of tho Urge locals o f j,u
Imberly.
" '
—
Foreign M inister Boaseln Fatem l
,
(C arty by R adtord W alker. Kimberly.
“
Not^Deflnlte' .
fe c u w ere discussed.
” Uon for th e lo u of the B-M and
nd district
dlji
would hold meetings before
•
•
^
told
reportera
"one or two’ tusplT hree planea from Buhl aided in
,gj. ,, Rapublican SU te Chairm an W l----------------------■“•;■— _____
the
ho answering
Lewis' call for “each
Uie eight man aboard, umed tho
ans
clous character* were arrested.' Unth e aearch. PlloUng Uie planea were
n- member
of our union to re tu rn to ttam 8 . Campbell aald Jordan would (
•'Soviet governm ent seriously to eonme:
1 <
offlclal reports p u t th s num ber a t
Fred C uiu. W illiam Bos^^•orth and
m ake several appearances thla week. '
ch work
?
alder the grave coaiequencas which
woi a t once._____P
ra
n
k
Paul.
Obser\-ers
were-Llonel
* S n l D from 25 to 100.
ce.
Adolph
Paclflco, president Q*
of b“ u t a definite achedule has n o t been
ean flow from ILs reckless practice.
A
1118 demonstratora h ad p a a e d
rg e
DePartee a nT
d ^Wizl
alt
,
lined up.
■ut UMW
If persisted in. o f atU'ckIng without
UM district six In the Ohlo-valley.
NEW .YORK. O c t 37 (tn -A
-A staU
a U U - around leafleU asking support for
‘' i _ M ost o f the candldatea rested -BU
.
RLEY , O c t 37-Char8e* of '
ler satd th a t while ha haa n o t received
merit by Walter Wlnchell thlat
a t Prei
P re s- th e Tudeh (Oommuniat) p a r ty ..« »
provocatloa th e a irc raft of olher sale
Sunday, b u t Wood spoke a t a» f,,l n t degree burglary against Mr*.
an official telegram.
„
•
„
Ident
Truman
had
been
a
membi
m em ber p „ t y b onUawed in Ira n b u t lU
___ Grangeville rally. aa>1ng "casualties
», ary W alling, 30. Pallon. Nev.. were (
^ atates."
an
» '« '* M
l
i
n
of
Uie
Ku
Klux
K
lan
in
M
issouri
I
est --------------------------------------------------------s s o ^ i III membera have been coming o u t tnto
conUnue
to m ount In Uie K orean
t
'■
cc
!« d S - *
liospim
O "" " dism
issed by DUtrlct Judge Kales
. J 1023 brought an im m edU Ue ddenli
enial the open In-increaslngJy .bold d e a w ar while here a t home th e T ru- Lowe
t
M onday morning on a moUon
iir C C l
**'• 'Vhlte House tod'aj^
fi
oastraUoas. •
- “
m a n administraUon contlnuea
..
'■* to
“ filed
by ProsecuUng Altomey Nor'
give commtmlst spies a freenjn of m
_ a n Nielson. A aecond trial on
lr e d mo
n:
n th e
TUSCOLA. IlL. O e t 57 firv-The
firv-The ’T h e President h a i iu th o rrlred
J
u . . o m i r t s u t e .. ;charges waa scheduled to gel und
City of
O derof to say categorically he w u n o t
e r- 3m inols CenUal railroad's "City
gasoline tnember ot the K lan." Presldentli
w ay a t 10 a jn . .
• I M iami" smashed Into a gasoline
‘i'e
'
l uatt t tru ck a t aboul 100 miles ainn hour
hour SecreUry Ir^'lng P e rim eter told r«
»»encliinLi
n
M
sr.
.
W
alling
w m arrested. la
m. day
le wIUi
o nn le i today, showering the scene
with porUra in Washington.
OinCAOO. O ct, 37- IW — Sen.
day over »Uie ABO telavUIon an d J
m o n th w ith h e husband, Lonnie
Is. Mutual
radio networka.
dio aad
UNITED NATIONS. N. y . O c t 37
aa
Joseph R . McCarUiy, JL. Wls,
Mu
th of 1
flam ing gasoline.
- - W lnchell'said In his radio
WallUig, 40, In Uie hills souUi.
h t th ta t (Q^-Un]ted KaUona dIplomaU looked
- readied h la -d o c u m e n tatio n '’ of Oov. 'M cC arthy haa aald h e will show
takley
T h e truck driver escaped serious
serious television broadcast l u t n igght
L C U o nkle y shortly after the Oakley
en n\ei
m en. to Soviet Foreign Minister Andiel
r ire d . IInjury, th e train remained on
on Uie
the ho had adldavlU from aeven
* Adlal E. Stevenaon'* record loday the
u,* Dem ocratic presldenUal canmaUc \M ercanU le had been burglarized.
»"•
LONDON. Ocl, 37 (W-DlpJomaUc
V dldate
In s u c h -a .lig h t th a t -even sources said today the Britiah. gov-. V
ting Y. vishinsky today for some eacour:e n wwas
u five of Uiem K lan offlelals.. sU tin
4 ago t track and one of Uie passengen
and th e controversial senator’s
{ji^
WalUng waa tried several weeks
oaUi
th of
c agement Uiat tha Russians at« ready
reported injured. th a t Mr. Trtiman took th e oa
friends aald : "T h la la stflcUy Joe'i the
the Domocrata w on't w an t hlm.~
e m m en t h as n iiie ste d to Uie United
rnlted bb u t th e Jury waa unable to r■etum
e tu r n »
ansas to^cooperaU in breaking the Koraao
Kanss
4 th
T h e drti'er. Ted Russell. ts.
35. TusTus­ admLislon to th a K lah In a. K
_
T
y S
giU tea th a t the Korean tru ce UUcs aa verdict eo Nov. 7 w u set aa
deal."
^ he talk'a m ain them e, U eC arth
thy
th ee
^belore
nd la tt
te r tn k e sUlemate.
belore c ity hotel In June. 1023. and
I t wa* unlikely th a t McCarthy aald,
. will be “to w hat.extent Stevenen- b«
be resum ed-at PanmUnJom.
dda le f o r.a new trial.
«cola. leaped-to safety second^
m m
eetVlshlnsky w u expected to ta k e U »
on- | Iho train h it hl.i MO-gallon :npaclly
capacity attended and spoke a t a, K lan
meet
would show th e tex t ot his long-' son
~ la a p a rt of the T rum an-H lssI t waa added th a t there appean
ipean
I n hls moUon to the court M
M one ‘ t™ ck. which had sulled on aa grade
grade i„g m by burning cro.*ae.i In1 an IInn - floor In the top poUUcal c oomUtiia
group." _
f l heralded apeech about S l e v e ^jj;
n Acheson-LatUmore
. ,
to be "a very good chance" th aItt th
t h e'
e 'dday Prosecutor Nielson said th e, ,auUtte
roi
. today o r tooioiiuii lu ausRU' S e e i^
dependence. Mo., cow pastured
to . repreaentaUvea of Dwlghtl 4D..'
____________
h e crossing.
- - hnd
no evidence to submil inn t-the
'
T he oocaslon for hU re m a rlu wUl
will U nited Slates m ay agree. <
h
tary of s u t e Dean- Acheson'a decU*
«n ElsenhoK,-er cr, m em beri of Uie Re« be^ a -420 a plate banquet In hla
lapera nnew ' tria l other' than thUt which
BrlU sh and Preneh newspapers
TS
raUon th a t th e U nited SUtearwUl
DEFENSE AIDE QUITS
SS!
PLA^’E CPASKES
publican n atio n al committee,
?*
gave big headlines to dispatches
itches lihad been submitted In the flrat*trlaL
J). hOnor
a t the Palm er house.
gt
*> . T he Wisconsin aenator. who Jump- nor
r r oMV-A
n -A
B O ISE.-O ct-37. W — -F'ra
rann k E.
1 do everyUUag -poealbla to brine sa
NEWBUROir. NTY.rOct. 17
the United Statea on th e pP(»3lo l­
' '
iK ■ '•TTie "M cC arth y b ro ad c aa tWIlnln - from
fr
Islont
•ansport Chase admlnlstraUvo asslsU
n t to
t "honest armlsUce."
rt. ed Into- th o naUonaJ eye wlUi hi*
tw
. TOLL NOW M7
t ln-englnt'd a ir force transport
len. blllty
of re.iunilng npgotlaUoru.
on ner'• committee," headed " b y Oen.
bl
:tor.
Col.
DesplU Uie failure o t Americas
•Hud.'on
the
sU
U
clvU
defense
director.
Co
:al charges o f com m unist InflltraUon
ner
today
pla
n
e
crashed
today
In
th
e
-Hud.^n
ltd in
In
BO ISE. O c t 27 WV-Idaho
j
T h e London Dally M irror aald
E .'W ood, c h n lrm a n 'o f Uie
.nounced approaches to Russia her* • a rlla
»y. Into govemm ciit..w aa.hldlnB.o«t inIn Robert
Rol
repdrt- PhUlp D oddrld^, to d a y announce
north of here and sank, repdrtie rrecorded lU seUi polio c u e for O cto- river
1
im - a dispatch from-New York th aikU
t Uie
no board of Sears. Roebuck ilnd comSl. UUs year on chaaoes e f r e a e b ta r i
a their hls realgnaUon. effecUve Oct. S
en a secret farm r e tr e a t InTila homo pany.
boa raised the $78,000' neceasary>to U nited SU tes haa been ne«oUaUng
carrying three men to
laUne bber a n d 'n u m b e r a n for Uie •year.
year. edly
<
;eded
by
setUement
new UJT. appreaehss s ^
escaped
Chase
u
ld
ho
will
be
succeeded
t
lie
state.
par
•year*
d
u
t
h
s
.
Three
oUiers
aboard
tl to 1T h e new c u e w u U ul ol a 33-year> <
“«'J.Uqo inio u,e
H'
w ith tb a communlsU
111 buy th e a ir tim e ao d p ay fo r tha secretly
at
panaUyYOtbslnsiwdle^. .
John.R. M am em r. Boise. ' - he
Hls' speech a b o u t Stevenson will buj
ttro m J h e slaking
« • dixmer.
.
«e o d th a war.
■ . '
be
'
\
°old m a l^ Lewiston.
be <
carried a t 7:30 p . la . tMST). to* dia
'
-
■
ipes Death |
Hd Escape
lieel of Auto J
■nderWht
ir Craft to Fire s!
g =BacfeafrRu88
« Idaho Parties I
Speed Drives ;
i “"ToGainW te6
^
Boiseans Safe
ijjg
S.S AfterLanding
^
Sob. On Dry Lake
Solon Charge ;
Called Wrong j
wns Killed,. S
Hurt in Crash "*■
^
3 Man Gets Jail
Term, Fine ott
^ Tipsy Drivmg
E e g is ir a H o n
'
D e a d lin e
BoyWoimded=
On Hunt T rip
I
9 p .m .N o v .l
F il ip in o ^ n d U r S . P la n I s D is c u s s e i
!" Quick Return _ j
■' To Pits Seen “
Iran-Reds Stage—
Row at Stadium
S Ck)urt Dismisses !
Burglary Charge |
S
p.inEimore ' 2 '
» Kills Girl ™p
d
Z
IsforffisTaUi
S
Gii’ds
t
l l S S iS McCarthy
>“
ng’ Adlai Record “
‘Documenting’
T a ^ Resumption *
». Ih Korea Hinted I
leSs
P r e s id e n t D e n ie
K la n M e m b e r s h ii
I S Gas Truck, Train
Hit; None Injured
Vishinsky Holds
Interest for UJi.
i'fE ra m .
“plated for 20
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A ]I . L S . r o A H O '
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« Tw o K ille d as
' P
la n e F lip p e d
Plai
•A
I
. n lR iv e r H e reC
K tep
lh t W hite F lag I T w O
« i
Ol S a fe ty F lying
s p i r a n t s
b
ft
<
]
Twin
’
'
■
^lONDX-
~| Ike’s Korean I Seen Today~|^^
Falls News iri Brief
J Trip Needed,'
^
Give Tha J
« T ^ t Declares
e s sS S
S “ S ^ .'S - - .;.V
£ ;‘ O n M e ^ H
B r td a ctab TdMU
' l»P«i Hoi
9
Tira a b o l r i i a to
aeat of
will Open house
wUl ba obaerred a t th e
rp
T h e DupllcaU Brldca club will
he
the meeting oof th e Llncoto school PTA
.1 :
m eel al_Il44 p .m . today l a Uie
i
Amertcan Leglon hall.
a t 8 p. am . today.
_
T /B it. J o h n Ja rv ie blouomlng ©ul
-------- .
JJELEh
jHELDIA, M m l, O t t J7 O M
^
to w inter uniform of m arine corps. Wasi
f j s i Oe*)
ji.m M >1ee
M Pncaldent
Hrfj
I II
( r n a Tfi* 0M>
I
Named
'
Class
Clas* Erei
E ren l Sel
Dwlghl D. EU enhow er^ proposed . . . B
rlsh k -o raiu a eoat on ted-haU - If
.. and
placed aboard on‘ a
and Uie
the VlcUm
Vic
t i l t K orean tUlp “U necessary," Ben. Rob*
j
^
-.F ld e lU .cU a oLU ie Plr«t BapUit
Clarence F o r d .w u .^ I e c te d -s a1..f»t ..Fldelli.i
III* e0C8-0f »twut B,ooo t t BrocJttoHi1, - _ j _ - 1 ^
e d -» o c a * D .. . G U u from bnjken hesdm,,
d a y -ee rt A
A.-’T
— regional'v:
re g lo n a r v ite iim ld B ir o r- tn n d a hUioo - chm
c liwi
clm rtlrw
U l-m eefrat e-p7inrT iie*lar
;T aaii.T tnirT O W a b e e trrW
ll
~
9
iir
stretcher.—
'
-------------■" stretcher.-------fff- " m u s , th a Dwn'ocrailc'prejldcnllBl
g” botUi >
.to fclddle , Of, sidewalk, . . k e effi
l9 -* u te cam paign tour, to ManJn:Uie ehureh
parlor--------------- -— ■ hU 19-au
red MDtcr
ehi
As
MuUir T n n sp o rt.a s so d a tlo n .a t th e Jn:the
Hit
u n d ld ftta did not eUborate, B u l ho«
I
As th
thee-T
- i ts e u e -p a rly -’-Journeyed
■
today wlUi ta lk i K heduledI j„
In D rlver~of
' • c a r - h n n k ln g ^ h am and mat« r
iho
—
.
U n a todi
I I! pictured Elwrnhower-i p r o p o s e d
■
^
downsUram.,
Dean, Myera t ^ k s uu -- group's annual convenUon to Idaho
shcuUn*
at
p e d e sW a n .. J»insl Ure tZ
g
'■
"N
S
^
■
downstream
B
lrih
^
■
U
i
w
elU
•
titree
elUea.
,
•
U [ Korean peace trip t« one of tfie
r
c o u nty-aherltT a. ofllce. emblem .on tv
Uon wlUi his
tow truck on Uie
‘at
Senator T aftJrtU -addrm -an-tT.M
#-. eoijoty-'
‘
A
daughter
w
u
b
om
Sunday'
Senatoi
-------------------j
'
W ' ttilnss whleh Rive* tho RuMlans
bS: ■“‘0
auto' P»
p a rk e d o n M ato a v e n u e .. .
fMafic
VaOley
Memorial hospital to nlng raUy
rail hereV afU r t a t t i a t BUsuspension
suspension bridge..
I
' Party Sehi
Sthedoled
M
»|lc V
i
more deUrmlnaUoa to it*y In tbee
Woman
c a r iy to * carp*nl*r*i sQUue.
.
eet
Mr
and
M
n
.
W
allace
Brownfleld.
Ung»
and
a
i
UM«
Uld
LCTiUimn.
_
,
W“
i
i
.
er*
T
he
YWCA
Co-ed
group
will
m
eet
*no
■
s
u
te
police
an
d
sh
e
riffs
officers
YW
Slate poll
' j . b a tU t.
■.
•
. 1
eon . ... D
e p u t y S h e riff BlU P a lm e r ’^ * '
BUllngs today a t a lUpubllcan
. Depw i FaUi.
.
Ii n BlUl
a t 8 p.m . W edneiday a t Uie •'Y" T
Twin
F all
J l. .
W ea tae u «urU
•
J preoed four portable radio .trans-. j«
k- «« l- 1r “^
u ^ . ach to g m u se lu a s result . ^
ure
— ;—
___ breakfast
h
r
e
a
k
f
u
t
,
_
S
e
n
*
t
o
r
_
T
»
m
i*
b
e
f
o
re
h
o
n
u
n
t..*
.
treasure
;'
W
ou
12
d
o
w
IHKAOU!
0
'
7
“
“
J
”
“
’1
BtevenMn » ld ever? iljn o f we*kNow 1
T to j,detpiy p if
up- of canyoiT
'eilm btog . . . P «u1-Rom'
eMiy^
n u MjeUng
M eeilni'S8chedoled----------:— ^ — D em
e mociiU
o ^ l 00 Uie luue* of comip;
mlttir-recelver* .In to -tue 'to .'c -0*
o -' h unt. ~Dai
Dancing
a
n
d
rafroshm
enu
( r « / /lc di m l h I n o u r M a j l c
II • nc*4 or compromlae on the p a rt of■I (ra/flc
(porUng new . grow th of ra lr on
“
nd aUo
, ^ League of. Women V o te ri unit No. Uon, big spending, communUm and sporUng
ordUiate acUvlUes on.tbe'brldlte and
atoo wUl be
b featured.
jJ
th e U nited flutes m tltu tb e R us\fallev.
lave upper U
oia
bn idcM t Uit T W ?
3,.wUl m eet a t 1:15 p .m . Wednesday
w»r
day w
ar bul jtold hU audience *>e have
11 p .. . W recker lowingt Qia
'w
J lUie
rim* w ith Uie wofk
h ttwo
t . canyon
n
n l I slsn i more del»rmlntd.
■
a t Uie
home of Mr*. Kurt-Moas, 330 got to a ]potot now where UlUM"ar«
are model' e * r .'.- r H u n tm ~ exehanging "Tfe
Jolna Navy
'
Ji.U
’® hot
U I
Efli-Jler, a t e « n » n Mid Elienhow er i —— —
ttortetoi
n oota
ta oiaiporljuit."
o im
atoriti o n w t S X ^ iT fii a a a ih l hu n t- abSUF
on the rtv fr below.
Herrick
HeiTick M. Drake, W. w n o f Mr. Teton.*u«et.
Tetoa.ttre
S«tk Vetea
ing U
trip*.
M
-v!u catchm g the w ionj b m to h li | ? r a i l l r
lng
lpi. . . C hildren scuffing along Ulfnedi
I t look the rescuer* two hours W
to tn
d M
Mn.
and
n. Herrick D rake, 300 Sec- ^
.
I f
Korean peace trip, pniposM.
/ 'r d i l t i
“ I ieag ve to Meet
“Succe* o r faUura of the cam’’Succes*
jn g uiu
un* to
u iu r filled w ith dead leaves, 'n , . ,
bring the victim th e . two miles »to ond avenue
avenu east, Jerom e, h aa enn
T he Democmllc presidential n ojn.
ira- palgn,"
ef- . . .. pnei
i,h , U nit No. 3 of Uie League of Wornp a lg n ,' he
h *ald. “depend* upon efP h e a sa n t feaUier giving new Uie qh
Q beneaUi the bridge. They hsd to Usted
m ted In Uie
t
U. S .-navy a s » high
le*- fecUve
of c ^ U c a l organ- tnufh
A . en V o te n will meet a t 8 p. m. Tue*feeUve work
1
J1 [
Inee said It was the wronj bus bej JTd S
touch to
to h a t w om by girl. . . o ld w b C
^ carry the bo.H an d stretch er around
(chool seaman
seei
nil school
recruit. MMe Oeorgo
tjur Uatlon*
m m finding
fln<
UaUon*In' recnilltog tho ^ t l o n 's Plan
B;!r_. cause UiO.wsr U _nol_golnj_M ^;
B tm L W . Oct. n —
s e a t to sunniest por- dreuii^
BURLBjr.
Roger
er many_rough
many rough spou on th e river.
"r
Walker, Twin
PalU navy r e c ru lu r day
“ ‘ Jl a t th e home o f Mr*. ArUiur
___mUUoni
- M-o-f-clty -p a rk i-.-.-L lg h t-Jick e U reumf
,„ I DahJ,-UlVMaplB-»U-eet.---------------rnm
ionico I.h tbltuil.nQ ikvot«n.-:_ _ u mon
settled in K o r t a - lts goln* to b«
* M eCailln.U
c C a slin .U ,d l* d » tlflJO p .m .B at- _- MMy m
_ . _piecing
j.
lm said Drakc'wlU’be
asslgncd-tfl-one
a cable loaned him
Draki
"Oeneral
,
— ...........
—
■
"O ener EUenhower ha* conduct- ,U
1.
settled m Moscow. Stevenson.mada8 urday
u r d a jaath
U homa In Stanh -a Perry uby Claude ' Jone* to the cable on of the
t hU
and coata
dU appearing a* ,un
navy's seprlce schooU upon
,
,
_
th s na'
ed
a
flghUng
campaign.
And
I
Uilnk
Si"t Items Bequeated
— - « l » « 5ht
folloilng
^ WTCCker, lowered » line to the
UJE the nmsTk a t Qulner. Mass.
followinga along lU neu.
^
climbs h«ig h e r to to s k y .. . A nd overh e compleUon
^
, 5hU
compIeUon of 11 weeks of rec ru it
*»1
It
will
b«
auccessful.
P
ar
from
seUIng
AKen*Ion giilld of the EpUcopal I ty H l^ a ,
Mr. M
ecaslln.w M bom Kov. J7,l canyon tlocr. T h e b o a t snd vJeUm trtln ln j.
S ' heard:
S ll
-Smear*" 8t«a . ,
Mecs
t « * p! ^ ,
w nU rtJ
T aft vJewpolnt as 'Os#
*''?” : ":D o yo'ti enrer rem em ber■ruoh
to
M
' a haa
; reoueitcd m emben and but to
church
*o Uie
"
He m arried Mabel
ccnui
Of Uirouth Iomi i
If’
Stevenson took note of todajfa1 1878.
W a . in
I n JIowa.
o;
_ were roped to th a cable and raised r .
— , r T ~ i—
a , -. DemocraUc
^
of the church to donaU rum
D e m w a t camp ha* charged, Oen- *
34, 1B03, a t Broken
Ifriend*
r l endi ot
q u u ^ iL "
i \
newspaper headlines that tha Demo-. Barcus.on
g m u s « June
J
s
s a s ’? . s r'*, r* “" £the Klxon
»
i , to
lalo eral
haa done noUilng
mage for Uie guUd-*pon*ored laio
*«* EUenhower
“ «
Nebr. They cam e to CassU
^ Uie bridge
brldg. shortly before t p. m. C n « r t p
IJ
CTaU wero golnj. to sU rt “sm e an ’'-- Bow,
reaffirm
_ *
scheduled Friday and Saturday In
to bbuuttrea
ffl w hat h e aaid befon the _
c o u n ty U y eatiag o . H a w u a f a r m a>.
By daylight
dayllgl Monday, patchea of O p C t J L
Mrt* and l t t t « r » .^ .‘T
HI
and said th e most magnificent smear- e r and dalr>-man.
Uie church baaemenU Rummage m ay conveauo
• chancd ear
earth on tho river bank
T ft- '
»e couldn’t wunt."
^
“ of all tim e could be txpK ted from
be l^
left
t'fallt th
t e church T hu n d ay night '
'
Surviving are hU widow, four ions, marked the scene w here oUien h sd
£Ul
I . .. tonight’s .speech by. Senator Mo-. . Max McCasIlD. H atelto n ..an d A. C. Ubored b / the light of cam pflru
-O n communUm,
se n a to r T aft deT
^ or person* m ay contact Mr*. R.VL. ■■0'’
“ '^
..
—- clared,"W e are up against a federal
-JLl
IB RoSerU'for plekup'servlca;-----------. M cCulin. P r a n k 'M c C u l I n and
th bodies from the can*
id to remove the
- IflH
mI
p r e J d e n t T nim an moved Into lh a“ ^^nes'M
cc!
poUcy which ulU rly reveaU the c o m - ■
Jame* McCsslln,
a ll Burley: three
ee yon.
yon,
!S : ■ PANMUNJOM.
K orea, O ct. 37 ( m PANM
II
sildw est on the final swing of Ws
BOISE. Oet. 37 W—D em ocratic
tic Oalns Top Pric‘d
-. pleto Uck of Judgm ent of our leader! daughter*. M n, M*rlon Coulwr.
oobm-niiki lold Uie sheriff J,ii’ DobnynKkl
.,5 ? '? ®
;Com
munist a nnliU ca negoU aion _
,
ual ship."
Commun
f l
cam paign to make B U n n to a h it
canon CUy,
CUy, Colo.: Mr*. Florence
"he? state
headquarter*
announced to- Top prices
pri'
' canon
a t th e lOth annual
* % • ,, ,
i . " Wia
, i “ following achedule
Jon accused th
>»r of 5u^.<
i? »u 0
,.11
T a ft charged t h a . admtoUtniUon
' e U nite d NaUons today
iS r
^ auccessor In the W hite House.
- Falk. Boise;
Bolsefand M n . F e n c e s Mos- pulled hlmMlf-fre# of Uie plane and day
purebred- ine aale In Caldwell
of purebred-gw
l l fn
mom iif in ft. I
u surfaced for air, then dived to help
to
w ith m liundentandtog tha nature,ooff dropping "slanderous" JeaH eu
H
T n u n an boarded his private car
ley,Broken]
r ley,
Broken Bow: four brothers. WIN
S speeches for Uie d o lin g week of the
be
were
given
for
entries
by
j
.
Harland
*'
recalltog th a t “K iJty
m th e P an
a nm u n jo m neutral a re a and
II
in W ashington's tmlon sUUon Sunn a„, McCulln.
ucC u
■ 11am
Ansley. Nebr.. anda the girl, But she got h e r fool caught
"X campaign:
- Monroe. Tw
T in Falls. A top of IIOO communUm.
f
f
i
S
S
n
T
in In the ^1??'
plane door, waa unable to
H opklni and AverUl H arrim an a t lodged
lodged »» BiUd proM st.
II
day- n ig h t after 'a coijterenca w ith
Ed«aml McCaslln.
MeC
' Ed«aml
Oeorge McCasltn
Mrt.
0
»
c
le
K
o
st,
first
dU
trlct
let
was
paid
byJake
Perry.
M
anlng.
•n free
s^ r
lng
llie
YaiU' called Russia 'a peace-lorlng
1%* p ro
r te s t cam e to a not« hand» an^nd
d Harry
*” • herself and drowned.
Hlfl
th e U nited Mine w orkers' chief, the
Harry McCaalln. a ll Broken
congressional candidate — W allace
D un boar and IM was paid
ice for a Duroe
denSa^
“ “ derooaacy,'
and Rep. Mike Mans1 Uie U. N. a t a brief Ualns- ed orer to
X. The survivor,
racked wlUi pain. Monday night; Idaho C ity. T uesday
- Bow;
Mra. Flora Mettox,
survli
illC
head of th e soft coal operators' asBow; one
one sister,
stj
Bh
ay by Roy Bhutwcll.
Boise, for a Durtw
«eld,M
or concluded Uiat Uie ChiInltrmenl » u mtde in »
roe xieid,
Mont.,
son officers'
offlc
Ihl- son
m eettog. •
'
* Broken
abam
id had to abandon
th e rescue attem P;
pt night; WeUer, W ednesday noon;
IH R
soclaUon and the directon of govBroken Bow;
Bow 31 m n d c h lld re n and
,d „» a m e to y m n itr .
n; g
i gilt.
l
t
.
n
e
s
enese communUU
comi
were 'agrarlon rasaliid th a U. N. dropped
reI t sa
e great-grandchildren.
when his
'8 1
em m enl agencies Involvel /. lim
rilne
great-gi
hU en
energy gave out. He said
^ 7 - , , ', . Wednesday
«
•“ * Midvale.
n ig h t; P arm a,
.-------form en,’
en,' ior 'Just a bunch of Cbtoes*
"slsnden
less "slsnderou*"
laafleU toto Uia iI.000
.VlU. be held aI t he
he wwuu barely
bare] abla to m ake ih o re...- Tbur»ds>
W
Jn U - ....... ...........O oodH nner— ^------- ^— . --Funeral.servlcu
—Tuneral-s<
r n i ^ s > n J f h t;- f in m e tt,- FW diy
NMBioalnl
n
e
v
deale
*y
NMoioalrd----------------------------------— g w to lC T .- ---------------------syard
u l nwun.e Satu n Ja y . '
- —f i
a t McCulloch's•
Anosn-ntlv th e pilot w u killed by
U fl
• W hen h e arrived a t the statio 1n 33 p.m
p.m.. Wednesdsy
Wed
Apparently
night,and
andPayelU, B aturday night.
^ night,
at.
Word hhiu been received h e re 'o f
AlUiough Uie leaneU were not
^
H i
to spen'd the night aboard hU train., Burley
Burley funeral
funet home w ith tha Rev.
[j the Impact of
n - Uie nomtoaUon
of Lillian Clark, r
W. IL Jensen, second d U tilc t connomlr
) Percy Hartland and th e Rev. W ll® th a craah.
,
described, th e y were probably »ur.
«urSHOI
BH08HONI,
Oct
H fl
M
I rf t for a a ry . ! < « » <•?<>
ll
Dobrtynskl
said
th
e
party
had
gresslonal
.
!tdaughtep
Of
Mr.
and
M
n
.
Earl
Clark.
X
^
l
l
l
I
gresslonal c sn d ld at»-B urley. T ues- daughtev o
Dobrtynskl
t
render - le a f le u dropped on red D«nwn.
Denlon, n . Twin m j ^
m
a .'m . T rum an appeared to ba In I lard Crawford officiating. Burial
). been
n; In Jerom e earUer in
(Uy; BoUe,
BoUe •Wednesday noon, and
nd by Rldenbaugh
hall a t Uio Unlverfr*
K-111 bs mads m Pleasant View cem>
been hunU
hunUnj
Jn day;
Rldenbi
,
troops close t o . t h e Panm unjom
minorecuts and bntitti wtm
injom tnloor
IB
unusually good humor.
I- the day and was en rou U to Burley
ptUi Wednesday n ig h t.
•Ity
as candidate for Uie - V l C l
iy Idaho PalU.
alty of Idaho
Ida
.‘s r A A„ n‘ InveiUgaUon of a slm
l y ares.
lU r he v» u drlrlni
m ll*i
DB
At a a r y Monday night, h# willI eUry. Ptlends may call a t th e fu - the day and
nenil hheme
when the
the crash
cra occurred.
r . UUo of
of Violets a l Sigma
rCHICAOO,
rm rA f
e. when
M n . SteUa
Stell Morin, «U t« vice c h airMr*.
of Queen
Qi
- fllUh
dllch ssit i : i i i n b S
M
deliver th e llrst of sU speeches in I neral
cmeuuntil tim e of tha aervlce.
"■i
Oct. 37 W — Sen. Incident serv e ra l weeks a«o ddU
l
|.
t« Alpha
a n n u a l formal
— .
• He
He lald
lald they
thl took o ft from Joslln
irfan, and
and Mr*.
:
In nian,
Deon Seedall, sU ta
Alpha Epsilon’s
^
J t. doted th e leafleU probably m
were
huUi ol
e Bho>hon«
n HuUi
H
erbert
H.
Lehm
an,
n
,,
N.
y
„
b
lu
c , .1
" ,
field. Upped th e ir wing* In greeting
'8 commltteewomsn’—
eommltteen
R upert-B urley, d“ “r« m
a t t h . u n l ..r a t j .
carried
Oentc toW oIIlcUliUt
M
** A ^ p a n l t a * b y his -daughter. G j v P g ,
ed "McCarthyite*'* a*'"BtaUa’* uncarried In
! to Uie conference slU
U bbyr
Denton
. to Uie pilot's au n t.Jlri._ E arl-L ak e , Monday;
Monday; Twlng
T
PalU -Jerom a. T uesS’
.~T..
_ _
oenscJous
th*
.. and
l. M f .itn t ootrf
M } M a rg a re t tAe President w m off on
cenJcJous-heJpera,"
tb s wtod.
wind
,
Md U
Uie
- u they flew over Tw in FalU, then
^ iy ; HaUey.
Hallej Wednesday; M ountain
•n day;
If
a swing th a t will keep him stum pT > |j{ ],
The tutomoWle U the »
Xn
a
hUstvIng
a
tU
ck
on
“MeCar'
.
"
9 swung over th a c anyon to g a *a Home-Ooodlng,
Bome-Ooo(
Tliursday; N am pa- l i X D e i
I I f __ ^inj for StevenMn right up unUl th a
. U U llI
Robert Eut*ler. Twin f i £ B l
ADB. Bol«rt
' UiylU*" and “McCarUiyUm'” JieJJJ
n READ T^IM SS -N E W S W ANT'ADB.
,, gUmpee of ^Uio sc en e ry .-'
Boise, W
Wdi
BoUe,
day, and P a yette-E m m ett.
«•
j ir
decHon. ' - ■ » - - • •
g ,, perm it appllcalloni
SI* building
Ljj yejterday. Lehm an said. th a . "forces “ T^TTT
Saturday.
_
__U yei
beied^*under the. b a n n e r .jf Uie
to
• . .
" ~
tota
talln
llnr-a
r - aoo'e' » tlm a t« d -W W have, ............. TT------------------ Saturday.
t o ga
gathered
James Hawley. Ada M u n ly Yoiihg
w arw tn
been filed I t the city hall, announces C / i n i i f a i
’•
WASHINOTON,
O
ct.
J7
W
—T
ha
Ben.
Joeep
■ha
Joeeph
McCarthy
brand
of
a
nuDemocraUc ehalrman
Bboahone. ^ "A B H W
M ri. John te ller, c ity clerk.
O tO U L e i
RepubUcan- naUonal
commltWa
w ^unu
l«a commumsm
a r t among Uie most vl-_
i-.-.
7 --Oon-W a't*onrf«tio-9HW»la-P*B»p------- m ^ - r
[ plans
X U 1.
piEST genersl
gTnm temodellsg and con_ a a u c naUona] cammttiee during lh
lald Uiey "m oat clo«ly<r»$emh a -' f ie said
p
u
l
elAhl.weeks
of
Jhe.
elecUon
cam
ble
th
e
coi
— B a a j n rv -Qet -a7 -» M w .W o y b ». struct5Dn-ftLa.UTlng_rMmJnd_Jtll?.
atm ctlon t L
n - ble Uie communlsu In U c M c s.ltn t.
^ '-SOISB .-O ct. J 7 -W -» a J U « rr fftmr c iK id e .' T
• palgii.
'
egy.
]m i;atid purpose.”
egy, aa]mi
•
3 ,
Sto ab e th Howard, 49.,dl»d M 11 » jn .. chen.EHUniaUdeostUll.000.
chen. S ^ '
A ao.by 30.foot garage costing ann «five
« southern
“ “‘2?™ Idah o counclU gath* - John Cat
The DemocraUc committee reSpeaklni a t Uio 8Wh annual meet............... •aSpeaking
I t
Baturday -at the Coitaja b o a p lu lI
Boise today fo r a one-day bridge, Mor
esUmaUd nOfl Is planned by R. W.r, ered In ®«‘V
ported today It actually U to thh e Ing
lng of the
thi AnU-DefamaUon league
^
Jollowln* a heart a tta c k ..
meeUng »to P'.'
plan fo r n e x t year’* Jam-—
McCoy.
IBM
Beventh
avenue
e
u
t
.
red
now
although
It
ha
d
a
bank
bal.
ilof
B'nal
B
'rith.
L
ehm
an
w
u
prereIII,
Mrs, Howard Was bom Aug. 10.
Theo Petenon. SM Pller avenue.
ance • of 1130,013 on Oct. 3J. T he
he sentcd
sented wiui
w |t th e orcp^lraUon'* "demII
10C3. a t Idaho ra ils. Shs attended[
m..'i'- '- //r z '
, plans roof repair work. EsUmaUd1
Eh'*'Arthur
Arthur A. Bchunk. New, York,
fc l U n e S J
I epubllcnci a re In th e black.
Republicans
^ ocraUe
ocratle legacy"
leg
%
awartL
,1 ^
SICE fo r two years and U u g ht In c o s t U i m . * •
_.
chief Scout eexecuUve, was Uie guest
J.
^
e
comparison
was
revealed
^
In
.
.
'
•4
''
; t' Idaho Fa lls before her marriage to
.•‘JW.
,t ot honor a t th e president's breakfast
. lA r i
Construction
[L reporU
c<„
reporu llled
llle< by the committees w ith
i'
Jam es P . Howward in the t o f a n
Constroctlc of a 10 by 18-foot of honor a t U
off.-N ainpa..
f fara»«-fwm -*al»a«*d-lum ber cost-. thl*_nonilngJIarvey_H
thls.rnoniing,
Uie
house
clerk
In'tonlpUence
wlUi
"
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f
i
j
e
r
,«■ JEROME,
JJ;® h o w e j
?• ■ LDS temple. They jnoved to' Burley. la g « M ll p n p o u d b r J . P. Binder,• Immediate
JETOME, Oct. 3 7 - R e e « 'Senaatam edlato pp u t 'p r e s i d e n t of the baugh,
jd the
area farm e r, died
« « corrupt
eorrupi practice!* a c t
on J u ^ l . I W . ShV was a m em ber a is «Polk
» I*.
^
11.
Marine
John J . Tooley, Jl,
t --‘ .'
Oregon-Idaho
“ “ K ’,. Jerome
«r
street
O
w n -I d a h o council, also spoke. ■» Sunday
u „ Tho
t.m
mf U
i. Maj.
morning In th e T w in PalU
The rep
rep<o ru showed 't h a t from Jerome,
-V
of tha LD S-church. t h i U W choir.
sU tloned a t a forward
1
Jack Koepnlck.J87 G ardner street.1, Regional aSeoul ExecuUve* O. O.
SepL
last Thursday both
. ' CUnlc ™
following a h e a rt alt*ck. 6«Pt. 1 Uirough
th r
• - t h a ReUef aoclety a a d u u g h t in .th a:
-■
. Sharp and R
Roger “Sale*, boUi Port'
pU
ns
to
m
o
v
i
a
12
b
y
Ifi-foot
buUdc
om
m ltuti spent more Uuin Uiey alrbose of Uie f ln t m arine aircraft
,
Mr.
Sensabaugh
w
u
b
o
m
N
or.
fl,
committee*
U
LDS Bunday Khool and the prim ary.; lng from 441 H anlson itre et to hUI Und,
;y wing to Korea, iccortllng to word
a ru e lp ated In Uie meet- 1882,
,* S ^ va tn Rogenvllle,
£ JJ
land, aUo ppai
1C
received
ta
conlribuUon*.
T
he
Re...Thinff
T
enn.,
a
n
d
came
In
i
6 u r«vln« are Her husband, one' *address.
% / " Etlknated cost U $160.
reaching T/SgL Jo h n Jarvie, relng. SimlU r cconterencei are planned
,l5
publican*,
received
ll,36S,837
and
®
to
Jerome
county
to
farm
w
ith
his
publicans,
I
' ion. R ichard L. Howard, In th e eaast
^
cruller here.
^
Re* Johnston. 6S4 Third avenueB for
for PorUand
PorUand W ednesday and-Bpo5.
spent
IU
70J47;
Uie
DemocraU
ran
’■
broUier,ChariesSensabaugh,InlB15.
lU
T
II.
guard In Michigan; four daughters,' v e st, plans to buUd a front doorr kane Priday.
M ajor Tooley U the son of My.
Surviving besides
i
^ celved M89J1S
and spent »943JM.• snd
. n dMrs.
^ l Donald P . Tooley. route 1.
, Surylvlng
Uie b rother wlUi
1889,
H :
M argaret Howard. Beiburg: M r^; atoop to o u t an estimated IlO a
'^
national Jamboree U *che^>
«hom he
be farmed
f
The nation
I* whom
aro th ree lis te n .
—
Jerome.
" '■ A
‘
--------------------------uled for.S
for Sa
aJn ta Ana, OaUf, next
M r*.0
M.1Brewer. Bold G ap. T enn.; X T q u t T
«t Mr*.
0 .. M.
J
nunmer—the flrat U m e in ScouUng
M n . Florence
Florei
< Mr*.
Atwood. K ing m i , i ^ V r V L
l ______ M E m w o HKi.r>
_ L -£ j
- bl*tOTy-U«»-'«i*-eTent-wlU-beTbeldand-Bea*leId- and-Be*ele-Ben»abau|h.-JeTome.------------X T ^
U N ITY .. Oct. 37—LDSr Bunday
•'
tn me
fa r Iwst,
al«i>ai(L
m
m in
in e rral
tl lervlce*
i
will be he ld a t
IN O t
!
Two Uagio Valley • men
have
en- B
school officers and teachers met Prirl—
a p.m . Tl
Tueaday a t th o B uehler
t
f
.
t
i
f
t
p
t
"
KAUSPELL. Mont., OcL 3 7 'W - day
day aa ll Uie
Ui. home o l Mr. and M n
, lls S l“l^ U « ' lUted In Uie U. a a ir force. reporU
|i |.
chapel wlUi Uie Bev. J . D. Orego,
M/S
/Sgt
gt Hawy
Harry Marsh, recnilter here. T A Q f t A p
B onaertlU -pow er- adijilnlstraUon'i
Ray-CaU.f .ii: F . Burtcnshaw .-Rlgbr: Mrs. J , R ., M
V* Ray-CaU.-----------.
. |. ,
. . ... .....................;
p u to r of Uia MethodUt c hurc h, ofI . big-330,000-voll
power Une from
Receiving ln(
IndoetrlnaUea tra ln to f a t L / C o U e r
im __ , . - .
.
.:
l\
B nrteashaw , also Rigby, a n d Mrs., Receiving
, flclaUng. BurUl will be m a d e In
“‘f v ;” ?''}?:
CablneJ.OorKO dam on Uiq, Idaho0r r ------^y.Tl.-B row Brldahtrralls.-and-t'iiro
P a r k s -tir
'M bfifoK T ioraer-ltf-TIuhgry-no'fre
' ^Wllllam
U a i n ^ Neal
N e iu M td tifirf
W O IH
r* n d ch lld re n .
...
,, > •' ~^ Mort impon
K -~^TTW
WD
D T F A X E S T O D G E --------impcnint ifiia ont'i
•
’ dam on Uie souUi fork of lha F isty*
and Mrs. Wllllam“
P uneral serrlces will ba held a t, 18. son of
ot Mr.
]
JEROME, rOct. 3 7 -M r* . Oaon S e e '.'__
—
t>wn
' •
I:
%
.
' i ' ’’
own opinion...Ii'mhn
oplflJo
hesd rlre r wa* energUM early to■
‘\®«4 6 A . F . & A . M .
N esj M w fak. Ketchum. and De-; dal. Idaho Fall*. DemocraUo p v ty I | i i m . | |
day.
A
Wayne Wagtman. 17, son of Mr.• naUonal commllteewoman. and Mr*. A l U l l H
.J
ihoiew
ihoie
weejsp
i:r\e fiiic 19 ujr
H
e
.
___
j
j
k
l>«cU1
CiBi»i»
nlnU«ii
_
------ Previously,-t^-flrst-ueU on of.the.
• fltelU '-M oH nrH arrison:^*U l4-V i«
hll builroiit* rtfiaiii*'^ ^^
a 330.D06-voli power line to ba com-'
n-'
®'*'**
chairman, will
J u IlQ I
_
. .— ~
,
chairman.
wU be featured speaker*
pleted, from Spokane to Cabinet
et
' s ». ■.
D em os to M e e t
“a t “Uie . .Jerom
• 'f S a counly DemocraUo . wTAUt i
'* Gorge dam. w ai energUed for operas] r ^
r . c.Di€iM
women'* luncheon a t noon Tueaday nn*«rtui hu
BURLEY,-Oct. 37—Cassia countyy in
‘‘‘ tlon Aug. 10.
/ ▼
In the Dew 1
D rop In n .____________
DemocraUo women have scheduled
t>j,t-rv«Unn
------- m tn 'in r e n f r jiia tio ir iw p T s e ihiY
N a so n ic T e m p le “
s' — '
M
^
HeiervaUonamay be made by conT he
he jqually
*oua
I* T
remain* of th o -h u r- |„ aervlce
^vTce*^ of the Cabinet Oorgea meeting for 7:30 pm . Monday In
M » Malcolm Stuart. Ul< »nd A v e . W e s t
n tactlng Mr*.
rltuM drifted
drift Borthwestward to th e In
*;
2'91180 S«<
;
'* riuine
u n n srv Horse
h
'• Hungry
transmUslon line.
'
th e probate courtroom In the countyy rp^one
333>M ,orM f*. TTieronWard.
rpJjone333.M
xAtlantic
Sw iU efK
from
a.po*lU
on
300
m
ll
u
S
unfaW
H
courthouse,
7H .j.
“ HunBsry Horse dam became an InnL.
l . K.
t Sm
»oX
i R A t.nK W. E. CLAKX
'■fh'."’
>
, 'T
“ nhce cCK
nm i
«< M
norUieifctol
n
o
rU
ieit
of
Nassau.
"
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W.
SKMUrr
'' • -fT
Mrs. Desn.Seedall. national comL —
. tegml operating u n it of the vast
„ M.
■
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T
he
l
u
n
h
e
f
^
c
i
m
e
b
l
e
w
up
In
Oi*
c
^
b
l
w
«
—
. --------- PhODll
mltlee woman, and'&trs. Stella Mor» r 'i i
* Colinnbla river hydro-iflectrlo power
'
weitem; Caribbean sea near Sw an
jygteni Trsnemlsslon
T ri
C.
•• Al
In, state vice chairman. wlU be ^ ) V 6 l H
‘U system.
line constnic*
island Isst Wednesday and crossed
San
SistBd
"
1“ Uon totaled 400.4 miles.
----------------------------------------n centrsl Cuba late Friday, causing
®
D. S. Seiu H erm an Welker wlU
ipesk T uesdly a v en lru In PocaUllo
1 ,
and the speech will b e preceded by ***• I .
M a g ic V a U e y
sn*d*''th#”^
a p m . Tuesday a t tha LDS first Nes{ MettJal
1•
“
P atrick' 1H w p. Infant son of Mr.
a banQuel a t 7 o'clock In the Ban­
. .jvrard chapel with Blihop Isaac Lee Wayne W Far u n e r a l s
and Mrs.- Oene Harp, Tn-ln FaUt,
M
nock hotel, iccordlnff to word r*- ■ ■ L"Ji
— c ra elatm j.-B urlar'w lll-ba m ada-ln- ■ od M n .C
died a l «• a jn . Monday a t Magic
^
^ hr
' celved by the Tw in FaUs eounty Re- ■ " ! !
th e Shelton-Rlrie cemetery a t 4 p jn .
— -Valley Memorlal-haipltal shorUy a f - ............
B i y U E t- F u n 'e h ir^ T v rc e a '- f o r pputHlttaTlMC
u b ll» a 1 iBid(mirt«r>:----------------------------- •— '•n
Tuesday under th e dlrecUon of th e Prank nRoger
o m M cOulln wUl ba held1 Senator W«
ler birth. '
Welker’s speaking iched> M
’/
F ly W d>1
l C o a i t Eln p l r a A l r l l n i i
He U survived by his parenU and
a t B3u p.
M -i
P .W . m c M .
m sm..
v ,:Wednesday a t McCuN. uie following hU Pocatello appearrl 1r
^
___
. one broUie
brother, Michael, who recenUy
loch'a Burley.funeral homa w lth.theB ance Includes
ly
include* PhlUdelphIa:.B eUlngmoved to Twin FalU from Lamonl,
Rev. Percy Hartland and th e Rev.-. ham. Wash,:
Wash,; B u tU , Mont., and •
m
P
. Ia.: hU m a u m a l grandparenU, Mr.
E m p lo y m e n t U n it
W illard Crawford offlclaUng. Burial.1 Washington, D. C.
. T • ^
XT
TT
the
ro b a te
c
and M n, p ie n Reed. BlyUiedale. Mo.,
w
UpLbem
adelnF
leaaantvlew cem e- .
} and paternal grandparenU, Ntr. ana
_____
.
■ L i s t s N e w . H o u r s “t««Tr
E Z V
M n.
r s .^
Heamsn
a m i Karp, Lamonl. Ia.
. New office hdiM fcfr the Tw in mittee womai
Funeral iarrangemenU will be a n­
- Funeral servlcei for
',“ ^ 0 .
FalU employment aecurlty offlco in.BURLEY
state vl
LTITLB 'ROCK, Ark.. Oct. 37
nounced by
b; the Tw to FalU mor- '
Joyce EttiabeUi Howard wlU1
v e re a n n o u n n d Monday by R. 6 . >tfrs. presenu
* 2 ^ ^
tuary.
b e.held a t a p. m. Tuesdsy a l theg (ift-The six ch ild ren of a Holly
CuUer, offlee manager.
r
---------:----------------3
Springs,
Ark.,
couple
are
to
unToo
Too
n
a
many
people
looklnr
for
—
Ar.
New b o u n are from 8 a jn . u n til LDS f ln l _ward
, chapel w ith BUhope Bprtngs,
dergo surgery n e x t week for rework quit
quit looking a* soon a* they1
G et more milk w ith Builer Sweet
Isaac UM
e olfleUUnir.
B urlsl will be
B p jn . Monday through Friday a nd ija
n
f
r -movel-ot-eK
-moval-ot-eKirvflniiera'and-loes/— -jlnd-a-ieb,
a r n tr T h X -B h -a io n n U rirc J ia fr
— Syrap-IUUcm.—G>eb»-Se«di-Adr.-------------------, .tro a i.8 *ja .,tm U l noon Saturday.
^
All six children of Mr. and
■I
T ha n e » hours- went In io/effeet
I*
■ Mrs.
J “ £John
n ‘H. Bro w rt were bom
''
MonBay a ^ will contlrlue through ii.,
_
with> six
fingers a n d 'six toes.
E RETt -P
*1*'In
h^;
th e w ln tw a ^o n th s; cotU r gald.— ^ ~ R
B Ul «PU
- u n eral sen-Jees tor «1W
Mr*,Brown. who a lto has extra
f \ u
K ay Kesilnger will be held a l 3 pm .
Ij j .
'■■'■'
' ■ ' ■• ' — I . . . TPrank
a g a a rRoger
t t th B t o s ta b tm n n rw im .
the
biggest
problem of 13 flngen
.
BUhop Melvin Moncur ot th e 'th lrd
| | .
T h e H o s p ita l.
.
and
13
toes
U economic. She u ld
rg S
ward OfflclaUng. BurU l wlU be made
;• t '
" ■' I in
Rev.
Percy
l
evfryons
In
th
a
famUy
ha*
had
.
the Rupert cemetery.
,
evm one m
to
havo
extra
ext
w
idth
gloves
and
'
— •v m u n j- ftoun- a f Magic V aney Willard Craw
.
shoes
—
w
hich
.
c
a
a
n
m
Into
.*1,
M em orial hospital are lro ai.3 to 4 wULbemade:
JK R O M S -F u n eral service* for *i«** “
: .'S.
a n d 1 to 8 p. m.
tery.
Reese Sensabauih
will be held a t a money.
°"=<w
ADMITTID
— ............'
p jn . Tuesday s t the Buehler chapel1 * ■ ■
M .
K rs. WaUaee B rorafleld. M rs. Al- w ith
BtniLEY
the Hev.-J.
D. Crego, pastor
" a cjy
1 !
b e rl Lee Wlnsor. Mrs. Oene Harp, of Ihe Joyce
] church. offlclaUng. O U M l I h ^
:
Mt^lhndiit
f
f
,
9 :
Mrs. J . L. Q rant, Mr*. Malcolm BurUl
be heldwtU
a t be
a made In Uie Jerome
[H ' Sawyer. WendeUn Franti. oharlea cemetery.
LDS f ln l wa
11
H errick. Mrs. Robert Van Rnirflpn Isaac U e oTf
a n d 'M ^ M T J . - B i ^ r T r ^ 'S u '^ m • Mo'oODINO^MlU
M s n tn h i
tary rltas will be
‘U r Palls; Hom er Bryant, W er: Mrs. conducted
tery a l « p.
a t t1 pjn. Tue.^dayatE lm " y
,J '
Paul D o n n tU y .an d Oeorja Bird. wood cemetery for Oeorge B.- Me*
•>;
both .Terome; Mra. HetTnan M cPar- NleL
R CA
P Emember
R T - of t h e j j j a church w nDIIW I II
l_ tl _ > r i t^ n f tn s e n j_ M w . Ina_8ch8«nen- K
ay dfdiMttf
Kewlngt Ui« sTMiA
ftiM
.
m
.
■
'
^ e r . Buhl, i n d W D S b r^ m k T T a H d S n t il
A firplulU.S.f,
Pocotelltj.
BUhop Melvli
DI8MI8SED
ward offlclaU:
al
$3,500 poyi out J1.098 ln''lo.t«
•f J3.500
(
Mrs. Leland Talklogton and son. ^
^ '‘Pcrt
; V>1 M n . Ja c k Leavitt. David Pem andes,
___
INCOME
.
lJMt»
u ii
TASK
,o,*i
.
1
Ollma Louella Martinson, Mrs. Jo h n
JK R O M S t*
T akahash l. E. O. Havens a n d P a - ^ c * e Sensab
W .500
$799 +
• itr r lB j P81I BiayoR'i
f in ’
'1 IEmapln*
» '.0»8
L , . trlcla Matchos, aU Twin Palls; Mrs. P-«- Tuesday
I
O n $4,5W
+
If4,
V em EUla and ion. Buhl; Tom **ih the rie*
•MWlIlM h NMnMkft.
+
169 ~
J , 5,
to
I O n $7,SM Al.M
. mJ ■+
.
Vlcker», Eden; Mrs. Otto 'W an l. of
Melhtx
2.M
*
=
4;
,
,
,
O
n$lS>bO
O
'
4
^
1
2
+
:
''t :
M alU ; Nick R etolau, H agerm an; b u rial will b<
j^ lvjK .M B itortobl* ■•nin ^ bij OC-3
OCO Sc»rfcll
Scoiddlnm
W arren N uim an and H. F. sc h re to - cemetery.
iMdIng and wiooii.fl.Mo
bosQOO* t
.«.HobotQOO«d*l»y
lU ;
er. both Pller, and M n. Lloyd D an^
High t a x v t a ra robbingB ro
u r poy anvelopa'
an
your
to poy for
i l l lels, W endelL
OOODINO.
Damscrdflc w osK .'
<1'
'
conducted a t :
:il|
- n j
' _i
wood cemetei
■ AT N =t ^ V
H 1^ 11^
• ll
.
■ W
e a t i i e r
;
S; i '‘ .
1 ~ ~ ll II Mil ii
Wm Cm^AMw
,i
r r o m OT and Ap Report*
M afle Valley — Fair lonlih t and
AND
T uesday. Lew lo n lih t 3#.40: h igh
Hi
•
Tor InformaUon or reim sU
ons
•<
T aeaday ne ar 'J9. Twin Fall* t«m 3
sUons
p eratnre » t 8 a jn . today SI,
nooa
u
T w in Falls
ills County
Count
= __
...........
C o ll 2 7 2 0
•1
■=•
■ ______
I 0
1
—
;
:
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ep1iIican'"C
«ntlot~C
o
m
trat~Com
m
iH
ee
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DjLlSCleiJT
1
Miti. r<». a
, r U d PoW Adr. V
I - ''" '. I
A
I
n d
R
P r e s i d e n t
e n e w
D
!l
r i v e s3
. .. ^
” !".ES;SfSc“S M
'■
' I
' Frank McCaslin
: . Passes iiv Cassia " f c . »
f g S - E S
Speech Schedule
For Rnal
Drives
,
n“ - Issued by Demos
IS,
“'R
eds Protest on
^
, Reds
5S Leaflets of U.N. m.
;JJ: MassCeiSrai
iS
, „;t "Car Overtun
i: Lehman Talk Hits
ViewofMcCarthy
; Six People-Seek
; Building Permits
i'- Expenses of GOP
“ ^OyerJttemo Costs
" Scouters Gather
r —T o m -H te -P la M ® ^
■i - Mrs, Howard, 49,
L
ClEimcd by Dcsth
s:
f'«
^
Illness Is Fatal to
Jerome Resident I
“ - Serves-in-Korea—
J New Dara Tied to
J Northwest^s Grid
^— Ypuths-Enlist—
a
Leaders of Demo
: —Women-to-Speat
|
iiz fc
-
J Hurricane Threat S ”'"
s T iia s r iT T S q is iis s S a
liiteM ortui
< .ijWelker to Talk
J " 'B S i i F ''
S,*„T.u*
'
'■ Infant Son Dies
u w s s j^ ^ o s E a
,
p
I
Cut Hours of Trdvel Time io Minutesiute$-
Big Operation
J B
I OMl/tviSiiSEconomy...
m m iivcH | | '
c A im s[ riN
S Wi
' WDHUISlMEtSTSaiaATM
I
)e ou t o f .the | .
will be
5 Twiri Falls Canal
:::anal IS ystem I
#
III
i;£™ EE=rH!! li
« .
• ChkMO --------------------- .J J
fW
a.
-T ^
I iS'iiT^^EEr—is i? • |T w i
X
I
(
fill t ” ” =
A ll t
= '•«<
•»«
.
^ [
;^ l= t= w sia si¥ e : | ------ vote- tor-E I S E I H I
j
TWIN -.FALLS'
FALL
j^ A N A L JG O; MMPUi . N ¥ ~ |
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ft
/
m
m '
riCE!
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i W ater
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will lell of h li expcrieneca In m
-epecUl tm le e -M h e d iile d -a i i h e d
Twinn U i A m tn b ly o t God •
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^farf-Sld 'the pilot WM
f ^ i U « n « 8«icy »lr jy /
Missionary to
Talk Tuesday
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p lin e n e w to
5;? u a itpboon. but found
^ m T a combln«d
S
fags'n m
IDAHO
~ ^~ P ]gnritevival~
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1“ feange
r —
,eLost in
ean Flight
fa lls.
5eat^ ~ HotXSncliffi^foF
ssed
„„„ School Discussed
New Officers
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F l i e r
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MIAMI, Fl*,. Oct. 37 (U J»-C out
sx
ffuard.planes searched today for a
d aring fUer who attem pted to tame
^a n approaching hurricane by "seed*
log" It with a aecret form ula from
lo
^hi* im au plane.
■T h e 'M la m l- « « s l- tu a r t'r e s c u e
center seol planea aloft a t dawn In
» second search for Gordon Olauser.
Norman, Okla.. believed down in Uie
Florida slr a lu soQiheasl of here.
Olauser was revealed to have been
•een
trying to break up Ibe oncoming
>lnc
h u nlc an e as It roared toward Uie
the
Baham as Saturday n ig h t When
hen
laal heard from In a radio message
« te
h a reported his alngle-esgine Lus*
combe plane was running out of fuel
Wife HeporU
“He thought he could slop It," hhli
ij
W,
wife told a Miami Herald reporter
rter
by telephone. “1 have no deubl he
wi
w as in front of ih e.h urtltane, seed*
«d*
lm
"He d ld n l w an t anyone to know
low
.whal
e was doing, because ha want*
int*
sed lo hteal
hla Uieory."
Clauser, <0, aaltf In a faint radio
^ lo
message picked up by the airport
>ort
to n e r in MlairU a l S:30 p.m . Satururday Uial he wa* lo ti over water,
probably aouth-souUieasl of Miami.
8c«od4 M e m n '
' A -few jnlnute* laler, th e c o u t
-u
Uld
guard
aald, h e aent a second and
n i message:
final
llm
“My enBlnc'a.,<luUUng. I'm going
do
down. Give my love to my wife."
Mrs. a a u s e r said h e r huaband hhsd.
sd
op
operated
f h a ll- ^ v e n tlo n serviceBin
Ihe
lh southvresl for the past two years.
sr*.
S®‘
h e believed he once stopped a tor*
nado near Plalnvlew, Te*.. w ith his
hU
cloud-seeding.
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BBK
H■ S«
■ f i
. BEV . J . F . PENN
. . . N am p a m inister who wlQ
wm
li,u d a revival eampalxn a t the
rGoodlag N asa rtn e ehnreb frem
tr r a
v ednesday to N or. 9. The pastor,
W
Ith e Rev. R o b ert O n e n . u l d mBala
'« lil be in c h arse « f Mr. and Mrs.
'•
_ i.i
A.
^ L .-Craa«, N a n p a . Ssrrlcea ^will
be
b held d ally a t S p . m .,T be ^ r .
la e d
aand Mr*. P e n a will be e stc ru Uaed
a t th e hom e of M r. and Mr*.
Vanee
P . Brown an d Mr. and
^
fK a . C rane wlU ba n e « U o f Mr.
a
and
Mr*. Savage. T he R er. Mr.
■-■IFean sp e n t IS y e a n In Africa aa
a mlsaleaary.
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* JljMMrtlr
Earl Wllkle, tw c h e r an d ’m ljaion0 ary In CenUal and SoulhjA m erlcn.
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IU
will
tell
many
of
h
h
expeRtneen
In
d iw ltd Ifom m w»
t h . (I ipeclal mLuIonary service a t thhoe
Twin Falls Assembly of Ood chu rch
ch
he
B-M cw D.)((1
cd a t a' p n , Tuesday, accordlns to th
S S n m l to enable th
th ee Rev.
R«' Clay Slephens, pastor.
Mr.
ffntfttotJellniK^y IT thtiey
ey
A and Mn." Wllklrf flnit sailed
L r t ef tie typhoon w e!a.
# , fo
forr Ccnlral America In 1041 u n d*“er
appolnlment o t th e tprelgn mUslons
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department of th e Assemblies 'o f
Ood wllh hesdquarU rs In Bprlng* j>
field, Mo. They U u g h t In the A a•
kvi Q
sembllei of Ood Bible school n n d
senred as pastor, evansellst a n d3
^
pioneer worker In the o r e i surround*
id*
JEROME, Oct. 27—H e ^■ar*
B. JEROME, O ct. 37—T he fall terra
[*nK»Jon and.BUxlUftry Ing Santa Ana. EI Salm cfor.
rit was nominated a s p rttld e n t of ooff district c o u rt convened here M'onrf*
-tfuaW the unnuiil p o t!{l* day
n d th e Jerome Klw anls club a t a meet*
da WlUl D iatrtct Judge { lu jh A.
At
M It the Lesion hlall
a ll
A the beglnnt&B of th e ir second
Ing Thursday. B
Biaker presiding. T hirty-U tfee civil
rZ a ia f. Mr. »nd M rs. H
H.. term of mUslonvy service, Mr. a nn d Inj
ml* caaea
a re o n th e docket an d six
tix
th
Rarlelgh Wallington wa* noml*
ca
"rf pwhnne were fu e s,U.
ti. ^M n, Wllkle w enl to Bolivia. BouUi
u r of
Liyl
crim
inal cases a re listed. Four
noted
'vice
president,
and
Dajyl
cn
'h
e
America,
where
Uiey
established
a
no
* « i l e t president'of th e Am
>all K<
Keck, Prank B ngdon, Dale Buric- th
the crim inal eases Involve chargea
rv- «slrons
church in U Pas, th e cap ita
rtE&e on aaxlUary oerv«
t«r,
oofl issuing checks w ithout funds,
city,
and
helped
open
two
o
th
e
r
ho
icr
halter,
Harold
Bnjadhead.
U»e
R
er.
fhSillK d Teteraw.
»mt.
{ churches
in .th a t area. They a lso
1
'M tTheodore
Blek ah d Donald Taylor,
w sed
lor,
Bruce M a rtin . Jerom e, .Is charged
on l h . D n ltr
chu
director*. O lflcen wUl be elected
wl issuing a check am ounting to
ted wlUi
i ^ a l d the American L e- opened n ev stations In the area o f dli
s- Thursday.
Tl
H iS to th e W estern Slorea. T he
-. llO
i'fcBt*fll“ t)on-pipahl« ooff 6 a a lt.C n u and ta u s b t.ln tho A.«•.
.Ug sembtles of Ood Bible school a t
]Dale Burkhalter was program
am
com
plaint
wfcs
signed
by
John
Stelle,
co
w lh in anr other Jn th e Cochabamba, Dollrla fo r four term s: ch
u>: chairm an and a film on the oil InIn- jr.
jr. Gene Shaw . Haxelton, is charged
^
r i , Kl
^
f tu r
lub Hiway
service, H a re lto n ,. M,■. W.
P ark er was Inducted Into th e club
HI
■jto S lu m R u th , led
Douglass,
Haaelton,-glgned Uie com*
a
l
M_a_n
e
w
.w
m
ber,
i
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r0irtlt'6im s-M B t-an d - — »
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aT fy ~ P aIsiey r^ ero m e, W
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Bible Instllule In SeatU e. W aah.
IftHef played th e p ia no.
charged
w llh Issuing a f i check to
;},e
BBTutponMred by th
e Prior to solnc to 0x6 mission fie ld CJ.
th
e
Ben
F
ra n k lin «tore. J. R . Cun*
ro u n ltlK headed by
by hhee w u engased In pioneer a n d O
nlngham signed th e complaint. Ben
2it. P“
paslorlal work In W ashlnl^on. W ll*
.
opMtOoaljal. president.
m Thrall, ow ner of th e Owl cafe, .w
sign­kle will tell of Uis work beln< done
i
ed
the
com
plaint ag ain st Brownie,
jwnle,
by the Assemblies of Ood and will
OOODINO,
Ocl. 27—Initial sur*
i
ur* M
McFarland,
charged wlUi Issuing a*
' describe the land of Bolivia. teU lns
'
(jg
vey
a
t
the
close
of
harvest
vacaUon
ch
Ion
check
for
110.
.
o f cuirent condlUons a n d needs ” 5
n l the Ooodlng schools IndUates
Wnvno T.' Ad«m«.-\Tmmt»ln TTnmii
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ath,a t tlOJ25.47 was earned by stu- Alrbaae,
^
Is c h arsed wlUi g rand lardents who picked potatoes. They ceny In tw o Instances, one involving
U . Od n - S t. Benedlct-f
worked :.SM day*.
,a lu r co at a n d th e o lh er a stolen
ttg cv o a tnUolng (chool
Students who h ad oth er Jobe or
_
dbl te x t on Nov. 3. SU tcr
" automobile.
H ow ard T . Snow Is list­
n - wo
worked a t home p u t In 284 days and
^ wiUi Adanifl on Uie automobile
ay, ^ O
X
1. baarter. said M onday.
0 OODmo. Oct. M -N e w m em
e d ed
e - eearned
$895.60. For all jobs, students
u
(Bfea.adw. a u b ta n t s Uite
te bers
ben InlUsted .in an n u al FFA c ere“ u count b u t Snow was discharged by
lol
monies
a
l
G
oodin;
h
igh
school
la
,st
s
t
wo
worked
1,919
days
a
n
d
earned
til,*
<h
Intvtnde and IndUBtrlol n o t
I*;* th e c o u rt a t a prtU m lnaiy hear00
12129,
an
average
WS.09
a
student,
iry
week
Included
W
alter
Blckell,
Kylo
»
l
lo. Bd Tllh th e advteoiy » «
ta g on M ay 1. •
sb
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ilMiiUvboipltol loat w eek Cheney, Lawrence Calkins, Bob
t se Ffedrlcksen,
Vernon H arkins, Jam es
(tb Biiainnenta for th
^
Cosmic ray* are myatertou*' but
O arda, James Hansen, Cloyd P o t=
powerful—a
n d —Invisible—ra d ia tlo n r
ISi^ te^Jack-M iiilcrL eroT 'M cm s.-aiUryT- ~
i
- ^ 01SE."OcU“ » I " i I I t : ? t u r ^ «
Jack R eea, Raymond S a b »“
a - for
W b T h e r u n t U N o y . ?« Owome,
0»
fo r dry, goods, to be used a l the th a t c o nstan tly bombard th e earth
y
j.
from
o u te r space.
]ft,
Duane
flliciemaker,
T^ieron
jto
fcinttd penons ir e urg ed ^ •
>n 2tat« tuberculosis hospital a l Good*
^
Spence,
Le
Roy_Whlte
a
n
d
.Jln
u
n
y
jm
BdrippUcaUons in.as-soon
>7 Ing. have been placed by the state
30l W
rlghL .
. . .
pyj
ddi» the tnantng school
^ 5|
p urchasing agent.
I
Commrneo In charge o t a rran g enTho order* Included; Cash Ba* I •
a*
- m enu liKluded C arl 'w h l U a n“I
d ra a r, Boise, IMfl.70;-Boise Wholey ic te D t.hi.
s a la D ry Goods, Boise, « M ; Van |
W aters an d Aogers. PorUand, O re, '
t(30, and C olum bia' Rirer Dry
5ry |
O F.
= Oood*icompaay. Pcrtlaod, « 0 7 a a.““JH iaM E . Ocl.^ W .^T liV ‘J,>6mB „
l£T. Oct. 31-Mrs. Eva La*
cok
•a- co-ordinating
•committee will m eet rJ ~
mD. iWo». w appointed
<d aa tt 8{ p. m .'Tuesday a l Uie courseSELECT YOURS NOW
Ciutxof ihbeatate of D enhou Thcron W. W ard, president,
M- home,
fo r Im printing
ft
D R. 0 . L. K ELLEY
t. Pcnll Prlday ln -prob«t«
ann
lie announced
Monday.'A ll p artlelp attO s t t o v a t h i c P h y s ic ia n
\
in s organlraUons are urged to have
Ing
ft
.<
I ■
I,ilad]t<llntutate on Ju^ly »& re
represwUiUve a t Uila meeUog.
r n phoshoofl a t. N.
. | j
J, kn rtal caute valued a t
^
Phon# J260-W
Twin Fallss j 160
ii NorUi M ain
P hone 671
iM u automobile valued aa tt
G n o ra e g n wJlh Bagler H aah.
Get
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Bib tUted are the-nrldow
Olo' Seed u d Feed Co."AdT.
>w,, Olobe
L_
iaitua. U l, U R «ne U n - —
Msluth; Mra. G w eneth
;ui ■ ■
Dsictr, and Marilyn Pow WJ,
[•H e jff.‘Tucker appointed
Jtia,ltaxD»yIey and A lma
I* u i^mlun of th e estate.
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U i m h o t te A M iii
AtBION. Oct. 31-M r*. Margar«
Margaret - • .
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o r
K l »
OOOOntQ. Oct. 37 — Ooodlng
Orange officer* w ere Installed2 n^ i :dsy evening a t Uie O ra n g e halL
Installed were M yron B llu , m as-*
ter: I n KUtler, overseer; ’ *?“
Mr*,
O lesn Novis, le ctu re r: T om Cohdle,
steward; Jam ta A nderson, aaalstanl
Ilstan t
sUw*rd snd M r*.' A nderson, lady
In u ./
assistant atewanl: M rs. Jo h n MUler,
chaplain: . M arshall S m ith, 'treaa*
urer; Mrs. Harold S K ele, *tc rtt*ry:
Joa Shoemaker, g atekeeper;' Mrs.
Joe Shoemaker, C eres: Mra. Flor'«ence Harktns. Flora, a n d Mrs.
s. Ben
Ben
(Olauner, Pomona.
Ray BmlU), W endell, waa Installnstalli'Ing officer, aatisled b y 'M rs, SmlUi,
9mlUi,
>Mrs. Frank Hudson, M r*.-Lawrence
I
Baahman
and- Mr*. J o e SUckle.
Ue. all
a ll
Wendell.
Mrr, -WelUver M in e r announced
lunccd
le will
tU u t Uie Red C ro u bloodmobile
urKcs
bbe In Ooodlng o n ^ o v . 4. Bhe urges
aall Orange members t o contrtbute to
Uie
blood bank.
t
H otl com m ltte«-lneluded-M r.-and'
}Mrs. John Robertson, M r. and Mrs.
JH any Tracy, Mr. a n d M rs. Lloyd
JRickey, Mr*. Susan B a u g h and Mr*,
1Ted Wilson,
.
back h o m e
^
, HAILEV. Ocu 27 — Mr*. T homas
Beam
h
u returned h o m e 'fro m vUlU
;
ing
her
children.
R
u
b
y
a
nd
John
'.
^O ra y rat DUlon, M o n f '
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HANSEN. Oct. 3 7 - T h e hoi
01 lu n c h
program was discussed a t a m eeting
iday b u t
of Uie Hanaen PTA Thursday
no changes were made. M n. C harlea
Coiner reported th a t retponM
wnse to
the used clothing drive had
ad been
80od b u t th a t more cloUilng
Is
Uilng is
needed.
Xian Bailey; Twin Falls, ip
‘P o k ^ o n
u c ed -b y
a iise nahip. H e-w as Introduced-by
Mr*. V . L. Wilson, programa c h a irir m an. O th e rs on tho p r o m im
m w ere
P a tty Oalley, Beth Bally, CaroM
Wilson and K aren Coiner.
■ A hobby dlipUy wa* held In Uia
befora and a fte r
th e meeUng. Mrs. Maxine McClen*
ny, teacher, wns In charge. Clarence
Stanger gave the InrocaUon1 a lt Uie
th e
meeting.
\ •
Hosteases' were Mr*. Oeorge
ge B e n ­nett. Mr?. Frank Johnson.
n. M rs.
Stanger. Mrs. Loren M cFarland
a nd a n d
M rt. H erm an M cP^Iand.
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How To Relieve
IlfA
R eplaeem ent and repair costs a re n 't
aU U iat have to be paid If a fire
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destroys p a rt cr all o l ai house,
house.
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T here Is also the expense of: renU ng
Iw
oUier quarters-w hen you c an't live
00 your ow n place. C an you
you add
to rental expense Insurance to my fire
help looien and expel germ bden program?
phlegm aad aid n ature to aooihe and
w
Siy}
O n any Insurance problem
ilem
beat raw^ leaderr Inflamed bronchial
M you
c a l l 9M and ASK FOBt ^ 0 1
membnnes. Goarantoed to please
or motvey refunded. CreomuUion has
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lb Court Opens;
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IF( o m aItto e s
i^F L QHJ J l R ^
aubtoMeeW,:
,
lo c a te d 8 ^ ^ m il e s s o u th wvest
e s t of
o
i d le
es
1 will eeil th e following, a r'ttic
\west cf the Clover Church, on-
n -E d n e y o i » n t
at th e m e etln
ngj
VctTd ^aAtmftAters club
g ; ^ t al the Owl cafe.
TlU be-chlef crlU c
be table topics
■5*^0* «1U be K enneth
« te n , T hom aa P.
W Duditj Blroud..
I
Jwmteunc Dick SaJIaday
Mg' P*wU for his U lk on
F iler, o r th e 1st hojQsa
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Sale Starts 12:30 P .M
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woven w ire, 14 railro ad Uea
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35 Ewes, 4 and 6 years old,
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130 parenU a n d tn e m b e n attended f>
th is Iila
la a Of
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thee anaoal 4 -H a a d FF A
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w AinrTWfVTWW-Wfl lu o e In thl*
( th a comman d w as. Ha
A award
awtrd *:«l4ifia
,& f,M i?
aassnbly
T uesday a lg h t a t Uie *'
mora
a n nn oo tt get
1 ^ _
aasi
c a m p a to of sound and fury U m
gi a a answer.
le w as Rupert
high school auditorium
c. -? . i L ^ Csou.
ru ]
num..
C
a h o n y i ^ the pnepcrtty U*tu*.
fua. ' AAt t thl* *ame command, be
300,000 1
addrea* o f welcome was
m i glrea
lrta ^
B*u«; , 2 ^
O o m n o r BUrensoa a a d tbe.O>emem - to ld . of
< a n expenditure o f >1300,000
illd rrtn
t7 Thffoa* M aberly, eouncU
mem- J,"“fl5
u
t o - to
tn ty
cu m#mT i^ V
’ ocra
to b buuH d a achool. for th e d ilU
;,
o®»u claim credit for fuU. emgJoyof A
tached ber a n d h ig h achool ro eatlonal in- r.
■— - m» ee:n t , a n d
^ m e ric an , dependents attached
I—
.
_ _ _ ____ »
U .th
th ei command. Morse, wbo» Jores ietructw
tn
h^ i*g1 h . l a r a l .
V IQ H T D O m
nnoth
o th in
g better tiia n putting . b u r n . Mt».-H
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ylak.B*aTer w aa jfesenled ?,
busiaeea
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e at, ag^jpaelal
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a w ard .fp r. h a r.JO ..year* J*
d a i th a aaddle.of tb a .co a p lac
- A y - y o o if a o a 'f a w w to w - a y - io la ^t l o u - a a n a t a l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H rtm
a lecture on th eB score aaas a youto le ad e r l a th e>.. county. '!
tf a a y i H ^ ^ ^ H
r ee aa dd offlcera
i
^ m -r> e in o c T » U flaure tb i t ^
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A t ban* TOt*. l o r .O Jsrela n i Jxisenhow
J*
la use M erchant prlae w inner* were Bob ”
.th a t
N«w Yoric "in t o U a-- . * »»•
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;Y S * t b in e m a rrte d . a n by we c<a n h a re pros.
icUlUes 6 U rk,'R upert, d a iry ; Law rence I a - a
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bfttU o f tbelr confidence l i th a t ylagtr, a y .h ane yooet abo u t atarred.
^ w a s ^ Rue, . H ey b u m ,_ b ee f,..a ad _ C arlM I
dU «.lota2a i . ^ H n ^ H
a ad -t
O oT em or"D ew ere»” i* ^ -H -l> 3 ';^ /- Mm#
lim a wlT8 -sh » -b » a « -p n tT » ttsh -® «psD
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H auck, R upert, iw ine. i*
;
ament*. B ut b * ^ ^ H | ^ ^ | i o f thi
«u?i!«.‘'
t e J . \ M.
■ v a j E p S j f i about e iW ) . wbile H enrr-A . W altl- ^
a ll o rer. D * b a n * called
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- J e r o m e C o o p e ratlra «*m
ereameiy
eiy >
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h s s a a . tald
■ J H S Q C l laet, • n m n ln f aa * , . • ’^ ’* ^ , ’w
3 ?. ^C" T
1 n S U dge. A ll O t peoples
M orw p r is u lo d airying w ere' g lrea td Ji
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t
oon
achieve
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t
polled 6 0 9 ^ TotM U la a riu e d
)*ct to Mario Acodc. D arw in-JCnopp..G ary *
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aow t h a t m o tt o( tha Wallace tu p leck
■ b a o k f r o u n d o f B l a e aU ial t rented Quarters ^ t h « to
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BT MAII^TAYAIUt IK AOV*fCt - ' j a ea au rtat f , Idsuls W alker. L oren Walker, r
■ » « M B * pw tCT»w U rfirlng toB tCT £n»on.^T. n^ora
I unite Bob
n d N o rm an Walker. S
WlU« Ifata ■»< Pk» C«»«ty, iCnUt ,
.
palga.oratorr B a m b C M to ' w ere adeouate f o r school facUlUes
6 U Stark a L
M v ttdLtr
m g h l a & iaf« m ajority o w m »•.
go,
A yb u^) . ^cam
to se
um ba r com pany gave
1* th e U irtat seen
h l* - p
a ^t Bolsfr.Payette
ru i
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electt H o o rer ta JK T j t V t r , pooty
“ *ome.obJeeU»e econoniliU o ^ a athaed 'tecb a t $300,000 would U a .I,waafte
r gtf'b
^ 2 by
of th a t a x p ^ a ^ m t o e y .
■
Hai o o d * to iD a rle e n a n d Oarteen s
N .T .V O T E --B « > e n tc a n T M a « i.h o w « e r.d lffu t« ^
'
■wilt
Bearer,
B
eylnini.
f o r t h t l r Urestock S
recessloa
to
1«M
either
la
toe
la
te
»
pet
theory. The OOP c a l c u l a t e n w j o o k upon
p n lt,
In
earltacbleremenL
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or
.early
tsU.
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nleu
I
t
were
courw
•
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u
t
to
e
deeper
ooartcU
oa
V
z
tt
prii
Yortt, to felh er y lth PflnnaylYanla and lUlnoU. u
brou g h t b a c k w m with respect to Ma:
la -to e - ia s t.o f- th e .f m .T O ld could EU
Aeahower'a
mi
oapaclty to check a o n
ned— 5
..iftM
bo.
disastrous.
As
a
recent
BrtUsh
w
ho
c
Lk
poaalble
recession.
Unable
to
unite
s
o
t
ro(«s. AMumlni th a t EUanhower c a r rlu nonnaHy
“ y S d 8{t e i ? C o ’' l ^ o o p l n ^ M
I Inde. • K IN O H U i . O c t 37—T be
II annual
u « n i l cS J S ? A „ ! '- S ! N
V io
to rlslU )r-put I t In a discussion o f tb. e in
S S S w k T Z S where DOW., lo it la I M S ^ O ^ booie
hooie an d H a n y t^ n e M f id back
h lsg - poio r ty behind m easures atol had
get HaUoween
Bol
^ ‘1 /
echool carn iv al1 wm
will i>«
bs oOx,« ,
o ^ a pe
th eade
economy baek on to e rails,tola
a fteisr held
g j | a t 7:S0 p jn . F rid a y a t uioK
« « d e t ^show -m e
A j n o t g o bb atkk JwesIbUfty:
P«*
to e King
f t» nd4y *.«» o( Uh P4y«r pun»«a t to
»W0«
ft-**- DomlnM would approach th o n e c e a ^ 3 K tlgure,
iiw r,
" If you catch told, we get pneurli
la te ua ieperiod
of u ncertainty to ee awUt
Bet •chool A m otion picture wUl be o
•«Ten WlUiout Uie doubtful a taU of O ^ fo m la .
greed
th a n HIU
^
monla
and
perhsps
fatalpneudertde
B epubllcan po U m har® ta k e n
to c ^J l
were
course
w
ould'be
tow
ard
th
s
In
e
rltacb
_ l u ..^
g ;;
shown and r e fre sh m e n u lerved. T
monla."
'
a
H
al
ta oI Wallace group. T h e ir llndlngf Indicate th a t
mce* able -war.
U t ll»rk« Stm V ^* rr«B.lw». C*Uf.________ 6n
Yortt.
often Proceed* wlH be -used fo r th e hot £
T he queitloa of whetoer tt* e a T h*
o f h li W9AS9 tuiM Ut wUl
'm
W n A T s’ YOUR aU E B ST ____ how
—------------^SSly
o o t t ca S S l
ller he lunch program . <■ ii
er and toe RepubUcan* o r repeal
ih lf t aatom atlcally to S ta v tn io a
..
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Sl«Teaeon-aad-tbe-Demotr»U-«ouia
- THE l e i Q U E sn o N
“ inqulriei ihow t h a t Vincent HaUlaan. th£e ^ T a S * w S V l n a If
■„ ™
T h eir
' th e Has"ain g o f M orse a* proof to to e“ lnde> • L
E tG A L a d v e r t i s e m e n t s ' ;
U
^best cope wlto such a slUiaUon
?
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u
u
in
p
e
n
d
en
t
r
o
te
r
to
a
t
to
e
general
had Hal
o j drawing
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S h o u ld A m e ric a m a k e m o te ffU M ? O r s h o u ld pR .«Sp tS^ . 1,™ n W , will . . t . i o u ; » » » • 0. U . . - v j t M
■his salary w M e j e®^_.U“ ente
entered into toe decision takenneuby th e©Id
TlMUiand* who voted Io r th e Booeevelt rice president
School
te
f
tt
Salmon
Rlrw
C
a
a
l
Coapanr
*
rig
h
t
kind
of
vote
appeal,
thla
is
heli
? : whlstle-stopplng to r Adlal ODd ^•'‘J,*
r - gen.
se n . Wajrtie Morse to bolt his neuown de
oontei
Cob. ,
U m ake m o re b u tU r? ,
a r t rww tolilujloned b e ca u w o l B u a la ’* anU-Amer- ing ua, th e American taxpayer*, heU.
th a n boSM.
HIU -ni. noUoa warn awoivM
y
p „rtd
, e e, d eeomfuUy a s no nioreoce
^
In aho
otoloaar Uawklaa and waa hbuGbouI; „
& HaUoween bogey.
^ "
According to D efeiuB MobUlxer H en ry H. ican benigercDce. Bo U * ^ aB k " hU n«lf.
ibe.rid
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ylotor
l*enT
h
e
y
‘
Quote
Elaenhower’*
often
Pro
j ^ l e r . i h e n aU o n h a » now b oosted Ita In - to tfia
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N(othing to a t sny Democrat h oasr repeated
I)
N
o f do. he. lun
Claln of B.tw.llw B r » . lo t t . aianal
wxirds t o a t as a soldier
WALLACE B I L n n '- P ln a U y . W all« e h u ta ta n do
ffjoyed
for a B.w boU«- w u appretwl j
done
B ua’f
t a r greater reason t o bate
"
• •
•
done or laid In the entire csmpalgn
U _dM trlal c a p a c ity to a p o in t ^ e r e I t can 5t«p ita o d » 04 of loday. He la a clow W end of MUton
e u ia Has”
sr at
-aod
- It4«.00
jpewhe
varTaal erdnad drawn la parairat ^
? "r
atlG H T L Y W BO NO
.-n o ere n exdudlng Prtsldent T ru - a t th<
-~Dot
up Ita m U ltary producU on w ith o u t p l n ^ g .E tsenhower.
Then
"Ik e V younger brother, who aerred fo
Olon
a ^ cIvlUan.
'L
Ke
o ro D o g •
. u iman—ha
ot
naU,
s made regulsr Republicans
c
a
n
b
“?
'^ciSm
of II--W. AndaraOB la t t . aal^Bt T
m
any
year*
aa
a
key
n
a
u
re
tn
agriculture
durtng
th
Opj
1 by
oid-U ne T a ft Republicans enr —
th e cW Ilon econom y. B u t only.-Q o aatU, u progtti
•rt atunbled
across one le tte r, «ad*
^ angry.
a
ibol of of I4TIJ0 for aalarr waa - approrad and
!• M
They apply sln U a r own
and contem
radio, ptuous of Morse’s defecUon,
WaUaoe regime. And. o f course. U>e Iowa com ex p ert
a tu n l
away w am al ordirad
IW i . ” "
Americana are w U llng to pay th e bill.
th e 1
dressed to F o t S hots, w hich concoa- {or
fo r th
: e m ost p srt unprintable epl* profesilng
h&a DO lo re Icr the
w ho succeeded him and th ee aa dreu*
so m uch bonfldence In oin
• r - thets to toe senator from Oregon victory
from
Kmatti) B k l n * '~ avpdaUd Dcpotr i
• row ler to ld t h e P reald en t In h la flra t q u w - U red h im from Uie cabinet—oamely, H arry fl. T n u S^ rtv U o f* lu Jc jJriT H a D M n »_t_»:0«
«ho. h a s prored himself a m arertck (Copj U iat they a re happy to be rid « r r
who
«Th,i. .oi.m'rtina-trt th Mw ngpubllcan survcyj, w hich r lra lj
hIn*
as -------of d o u b t s
Cl
te d y rep o rt t h a t t h e ex p an d ed In d u strial
„U I ?
fonn' so
B ut apart from th*algn
•w" po .m
'm 'O
» o'fUa.
0
h a re n o t been released, th e O O P expecU to c a n y New
.' c t. 6. t t e card Is la th o form
f
"
i
c
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if f i
B u t to e D e a u m t s were overjoyed «ttb.1 bo«r of SiCO o'clock P. M. wbaa a -r
M ; c a p a c i t y ^ b e used In a t le a s t a k ways. Y ork. Pennsylvania an d lUlnoU.
• _
»B snnottnetaxent o l now pro- tense
tensi h e a t of Uie present moment,
oo fl an
■»■ I
r n i - a t th e new c o n re rt T hey hope he S
oodo i T , . ^ V , tl»tUlfllOOo'.k*kA.M.
item, I t Is Im portant to etamlne Morse's
i p u t on te levlslon'as weU as “‘Jf,
•
•
•
duct.
• W e can use I t (1) to flU "gaps” In the in cans cba ns l be
a t
Z .W . lUWEIHS.
iwKiM. i t '■;j;“ i: oo <
and moUres.
^ UJ
sa
O
O
P
LOOK—m
ad
d
itio
n
to
Uils
evldeneo
of
a
a
fi»Toi
AtiMti
.
c w ™ t„ jS i,
Cbajmaa
and rad io . T hey c ount him a symbol of of
1
■duatrlal baae by p roducing m o re p etroleum , n u u :
*hly
He
Hi h as. of coune, repeatedly been
j * y 'nT.
ard trend, Che n e is tn U o a Ogurej througbout thbe
e Mrs.
M n.L elsn d J. H an se n probably
epl* thH
e f ,independents switching '3 away
r ir. s m u i s. O .A .
Voaaula Bui« TiL
. power a n d tran ap o rtaU o n n c lU lH i; (2) to Ikew
l a wUl
tand, b u t we c an’t menoen- In
Ja opposlUon
q
to Sea. Robert A; T aft,
IT Jl'
country, but especially In New York.-pennsyliranlft
w Uundem
lu
egon from "Ike.''
. K.
.
V7'*?.- ’“ »;»! “ «"tj
: Send more m U lta rr t l i to o u r .llle s ; (3) to and Illinois, h a re a R epublican look.
e leader of Uie RepubUcan p a rty icSHC
- Uoa
d n g ththe
tlo a Ut iat OlOTT P a rk K a a n o u n£tng
ep 7rl* at.^^ ltg j^ ^
p*eure
f»
S
-tn
to
e
senate.
‘U
s
’s”
meeUng
w
lto
UUed
■The
increases
In
Uie
n
u
m
b
er
of
qualllled
w
t
m
th
e
r
..lmpr(lTC_our U 8 B to s _ c M a c l ^ . P r o e n m ^
m a
Rotary
k
b
o
u
la
i
b
eptk
m
o
er
sessio
n
]
find
T
a
ft
and
to
e
statement
out
of
th
a
t
w
aa
*)
been la area* .which xuually ihow a Republican
Anj
(4) to expand r e s e a rc h ; (6) to s te p u p m ill- have
h»re m
M
Tiaa t-tti. Ub » purauaat to r«aab all djj
t o th is:is:-DeUdoualy sw eet.-, T a l n tl «*0., m eeting
«|
would bare been almoet club c
ajority.
' ur- m«t
• ta ry p roduJtlon a n d (6) fo r civ ilian usea su ch - m
York.
3 Arcordlng. to local politicians' reports a - Nothin
^ iB«al>«» aad t t . cink prwmL
„
fan t. wheUier aon o r d a ui!ghg ^ ^enough l a ItseU to cbUl Morse's ra y B
W ashington h e ad q u a rtm . m an y 'k n o w a OOP sym
h o Ic
’ as more achoola,. highw ays a n d «o o d -co n tro l pftthliers h a re algned u p . fo r Ihe tlr s t Ume alnca IsaS,
early
B.»d« Apprrrad
even origl
original eotoiuiasm for "Ika". .
.<nie
»e, t «t«r,
, la1 deUcloUil? aw eet o r evm
[a tlo n .Bond of JWUn D. w ll.« ta tta a«WBt. o.’S
u
-fS llU s A
m
nweeL
T
h
ey
get
a
ll
m
essed
up
m
T
l
p In
T here were, howerer, o tosr m o- dU ea
• e y ste m s.
Iwkheaa
n n-A l" BinlUi’i dem an d fo r repeal^ol prohibition
a
p
p
m
.d
.b
e
r
r
a
r
i
e
j
^
o
f
wsyai
th
e
y
'd
o
n
't^
e
je
n
U
ra
even Ure*. Morse spent weeks thla •arty
faU a aSHOBTONE.
d a
was Uie grest Issue. I t Is n o t beUered th a t Uielr r
^
O ct. 37—A fUm cn*
a— ggjeu
HHeU"nlce'exeej>t-lmm6diately after
tourl g-D lU la ry - ln sta lla U o nws -lo
ifter tourta
souU i “E arly to p ir e e o f America"
■ Ti'ewed^IBiereit dertTct fro m ~a«y-loT e-of-**ltum aa—
lto UUed
bathing' an d pow dering—«om»*
ims* Euro
Europe as a member of toe arm
T hshown
e
l*m."
a* ba
thed
a t w aa
a t to e Shoshone Rotary
t
9 duu rr- i 3J labcrr al tt« Poor r « o i »a*. apprmrf
„
..................—
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•
.....................
HmM.
rart- service* commlU^ wllb Ben. Ru*-'
tn thi
1 ^
a '-^ s . ' i f c , ' , ^
moet elnb
m ee U n * ,W e d n e* lay b y .J.M
r s m t- *od-«q>jm t a i ltnae dra»g..ls,j»a»asaL <,
■ - T « T O ‘a Q im 3 m 0 ^ r- O T T > » - A a * B a 7 th e r ttd to * * j ^ jy -a n
-------^--------- ::----deep ■iW-EnujrttT-lac
tse 's wra y’'giBaw son, Richfield.
tlon of a a Ksenhower tie n d . th e Democmtlo regU traHe retiane d wlto two strong la}- HaUej
.■ nis fUm showed scenea of early .
U on-ln-large Induatrial e«al«r» has-dropp«d-from -th*----- j f » o - dU ea and centeW o f civUUaUon Iw
J>\ t tt MBtt of Oetobar. m 2, - n t a»- u
m s ngures. W ards w h le h 'g av e Trum an.m a}orlU es
'
• ^ *ir
M >elkmi
“
'c m about
two years io re a c h to
Uiat
a t wasto
w t i a mUltanr spending. TfaU
he a n04,14.
d a n d e n t templea In Mexico and
four years ago oow show m ore Republicans th a n
second was toe feeling of to e -in
e America.----------------------------- ,,
f;s ,w
I n- S oauuth
D em o crat on th e poUUcal twoks. O O P gains tn lab o r * *p‘^ a. . Congratulation*, anyw ayl
'1
erluhU
th a t w Ta hme Shoshone club led Otoer clubs - C'
e rlu lty.of a tolrd world war n>«I
union. FoUth, Italian an d I rish areas have been str lkk - .
.
♦. •
•
prsri
p n r a d e d toe thinking of n o s t A
m - tn
Tn«nv
« *r-. i y
>.4pp.lliud t . M.T.
ITT# tfo« .a ®
jj„ pro.hl»i. IUM;
Ru*-'
th e district In attendance. 0du
lag.
V
r u p s FOB K IDB D E F T .
erics
crican mUltan^ men.
O oodl
:— W
''6 W « b e r - w l ttr » 9 « 3 'p e r 'i* n t.- *»<C»- rtMlf,
AU these Indexes of sen tim e n t apply to New Y ork.
’“' gf
f l i . l . s r K i " V . i i . , 0 I .- .. n^ra*.
b h ™ E<|»l»a»Bi
i
'k .
Bates. 1S40 T h ir d * v t a «
• • V
.
Leod, wa* *eoond w lto M.M
HaUey
and M
______
anTuhi Mn. H « r7 Darla. TJ.la 1-21.1 g
p e aa sy lran U an d Illlnots, wlUi th e ir electoral to ta
‘
*1l ^
> » 8-W , h a s * mUe
oOrn bis return M or« told o f a -------K cfch\im =sim ~VBlley th ird w lto re
H.nV. Sharri. KIl^J aad Caa L. t
,
or lOi. Should m e Bl«nhow er-N U oo Uoket also
™ L spaniel to
"
cocker
2 5 ? brief
brtefUig a t one of toe prjfidpol ATm
LEG
be- j 4,i4.
'
bundle up CaUfomla, Ifw o u ld n o t-th e m o ao baUots pooch Is 3 years o ld -*nd-»-gt>oa
-----^
’®Tii^“™tl0B• waa a.ooBd.«! br Coamla- 4
"eHcan mlUlaiy Keadquarters 'WlUi
in - - —
a u e- s is a t th e ’ m e e tl ^ blltbln*
Were tlonrr Pala.r aad upoa roll caU wu
la th e PresldenUal eoUegv, w ith qnly 130 more needed
^
dog around childrensecre
secret maps and delaUed explana- W ayne Clark. O afinett: HasseU ”
foTTlotory. .
,
,
,
.u
..111 J
'■ . . Uon o t NATO strength, potenUal
f^
Am- «pw
Blankenship.
HaUey; .L ucian Urta,
•niese six pups a re 4 weeks old and p rese n t When to e tw o-hour
Ooodlng.
a
n
d
to
e
R
e
r.
Joaeph
S
’
MeS
’.K
;«“T . , i d f ; : ‘..V i‘« - . - 5 lock
i . i A.
r ' rU.. ; ;^ ltidi*«t. MTM; C«R
ADLAI STTIL OOVEBNOR—T h e Democrats c ount s a d p a rt cocker. B « * l IntelU gtnt
__________
WV.W.
II4.HI I.
o a nU nols'M & use of hom e*sU te aenUment an d th e CUDS, w s th s note. FVsur a re black session w u finished. Moree atked Leod. Shoshone.
:,S S
I . w . h a >WXIH8.
™ ™
DrefMiIao^ MrrLriL
11
O
h
a
lm
a
n
Long
for
permission
to
,<
u
*
fac t th a t Oovemcr BMvenson w u elected to his p re »•
i- f f i w o ^ « S > o tte d .Y o u c a a p ^ e
A ilati
Chairman
Oitlrmtn ,,, |, ^ . I i a j l i a I
that
U G A L A D V I R T I S tM E N T S
e n ia
t office
by a 573.000 m ajority. IneldenUUy, I t Is
. T. W. snVSRS. Clark
^ K lm be:lya2'l -j* o tg c tth e p u p * f ro n i p u t th e fb U o v ^ question to i L
t i n .u : circ Diiiii. «•
I f we decide to co n c e n tra te o n boosUng co
tn
.
.
'
Clutl
k
SalUi
tMd (
^
assembled
generals
and
colonels:
t
unnoUced th a t th a DcmocroUo nominee h a“ s pB. A.
. W alton. Hansen^
-1j would like aay officer bere »rapM*
!rkl“ i2 '
Twin TalU.• Id .b .' fI1.N: 0«X1» T. rtrk,
o ur m ilitary o u tp u t, i t waa p red icted t h a t a generaUy
ill
u ia ^
**»«
n o t resigned h is sU lo office.
“ •^
..
kN. «M.M.
,»
wbo doe* not beUere to a t World
position o f m in im u m n a tio n a l se c u rity could
^
“
rut3?£
f ? . ^ - c : i k ‘a“ V
fitovenwo's
IMS show lag was n o miracle a t a11ll.
ntla l i j j c f t ^ l ^ 13d*ippro»od pUo. Bod
t tt “"AI
nq q
o T O P K lio'w CT m JH tEM t
_
w ar_IH .l*JneT lt*lile_to_rai»alhls S - i u .
stnassm an .su w w rted -h to ,- , 3^
• be reached by 1054. T h a t la th e y e a r th a t th e-- ■OonMrTaUre-BepubUcao-bu
majorit
S
K S k a m e ! S .in .!- la i'S S S S '.5H? TST’'^n
b a s d a nd explain why he believes
mH at lM» tIai.:»or«»aat lo rw w , aU. «
, Joint chiefs of a ta f f h a r e w arn ed wUl p re - ; a poUUcal newcomer, becauae of their disgust w ith
theaU
b* .a boltM lo tb. qoolUlod Telon Oeto
as
b
a
does.c
h
i
Oor. Dwight Q reen’s c o m ip t and Inefficient a dm in_
a to rf t t . tm ttprr ^ ^ ^ ff*
CoBBty
«w
*{}•
"* Isla passing
school bu*es w hile unMient the g r e a te .t t o n j e r o l m r by Rum1«. ,„ Istratlon.
As Morse re ls la toe story, n o t a c « J ^
They are now l a "Ike’s" comer, according lo a ito s ch ild ren w h ic h Is a WM,.V“ *-^- iT
^ H ra S r* o R D C n ro i , , , - ..
t.
' Such a move w ould m e a n a n end to th e - -to aUyj,rep o rts...................
1 ■r
— ......
idBrtu th in g , b u t e h o u l d n t -^t ttte
e ^bW id-was raised,-A t NATO;head-.
uI.< »m t tta qSMtlaa o( oiUbUthlac toM .
; “fitretch-o u t""m lU lary productlo n -p n > g rttm r ' FlnaUy, Uiere U the f a c t th a t Senator Dlrkscn. -*a Iderful
here »rxFPO0«t r«>T«oalt.d tobeol dbUKl M
driver* of buses h a re some'coos^d- ^iiu a rte n In Nsplt*. Italy, w here
^
Adm.
Robert
B.
Carney
Is
la
com
.
ttaunoh T a ft m an a t Chicago, defeated Scott Lucas.
T hla haa s e t b a c k to e d a te fo r re a c h in g ' i*m."
^ eraUon fo r motorista by e e a t ^ ^
dlttrkti, I
, T rum an's leader la Uie tip p e r chamber, by 3M.OOO
lock A. K. klBbMlr D m
<ni
<» children la sUch a m a n n er Ujat
U iat ^m a ad , Uor** asked w hat toe m is^ ln lm u m - J ic u m y J tiQ g U g M . t Q j fl55..,.,- -----------rotes only two years ago. A nd t a IMS, when St«ren'«
« P « d u p too unloading pro.
. ■ T here la, u n fo rtu n a te ly , n o w ay o f know- ' son won by. 6n . 000. I tu m a n w e a k e d through ?la: would
S ,.iS
L w . » a™ « . .
„
^
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
___
g jn j
—Ing-w hether Fow ler’a aUe'-up o f th e economy uon-ic
nUnoU by only. 33.000.^ . ^ . . ___________ TOe
T be olher_day t. b u a ^ w ,u n lo a d . ss4
^ ,vaiTuiU B)da<4.4n«B.ca.U«JeUe*..
k
la correct o r n o t. T h ere w ill probably be m s ni
ta tM fellavlu sasantiT Hamlin*
ia g ehlldren a t th e iw * p lt* l'« »mn e ^r in*
im rut«-*&S
i
J
" “ K E F A W v ra lriro C T E A C K ib ^ ^ ^
O’" a n d one child would g e t o u t to a a
* experts w ho w ill dispute It.
bere ' ^ , c u . r L a - i
Ooodit* Cwaw m. u
Stevenson may o r m ay n o t realise It,' there Is another.
3cifil>.r.
10:04 o'clock A.-M. .
»ni. oaa'part ef Ifc. lonltorr tovhmwl
W tU
O n tbe possibU ity o f,e x p a n d in g th e mlU- DemocraUo presldenUal can d id ate o n the stump. B e after a b it a n o th er one a n d In a c u
out. of
j,
Wll.- Cwimoa DUtrlct No. 22 ICwUl Draw)
la t t t WtOULAR SEPTEMBER SESSION
minute o r tw o an o th er one o r , t w .
I
P.
M.
Tbt
Boari
o(
COuntr
CocnmlMloaoa
r
Is
Sen.
Estes
Kefauver.
T
enn.,
who
never
h
as
forgiven
1
^
,
.
_
T
S
S
r
t
l
l
.
CCBtr.
ai*J
t
t
.
vnrlfoOM
for
ta r y program w ith o u t p in c h in g t h e clTlllan mg.
S m riu . wIiUmIS fran
fw tt i lioo o'
“
T he cal* w ere lined TO for blocks tatrtCT
of »t«d
t t t oH
c< propwtj. dobu.
Otto at ttb lima' p w u a a t t t t«aM. all t
Solnibtr tl. IHS.r e» h tbo
of u aiiBotatot
U
.ith rr way whUe th e ^ d r e n . t o o k ,pp„ «iidiii«'>*rr*st
• economy, h e h t a aald a u b a ta n tla lly th e sam e President
a u a T tu m an and th e poUUeol professionals fo r eltoer
•Ituaud mtmbm aad tta clerk
S
lUblllUa
onitnd <Snmu
itrriw r cf o>U dktiioti. >U 00 [itclalod
him at.Chlcago.
“,
^ U m e they w aa U d . C to X Ui«
tM K l^ iB t t . pUn hortCntfur AU.
a llr the
toe
A»»Uiila>il »t D*»itr Sk<iUC ___
»1U,1B
before. A nd th e d efense d e p a rtm e n t a n d th e sidetracking
5
A t Stevenson's-personal request, the eapltol hill
i
W
rrf«rr.d_4«.-»bill-.b._iubm
l«t4_tej^
T,
n>* tppelBUniiil br J m < E. C«rltoa.
s. T
;■>
^Sbctirr.
4 4 — budget—b u re a u — h a te ., a p p a r e n tly , foupd crime chaser Is campaigning la areas where ho won
ct Wilbur i. Trmt u □ntit TomlirM'
r* tu ( VeUri ef tb* trnltw l* B«.««i .M __
. I.
a. Xm w « h . ppo IoM
,1
• i to fill
Jill IST.ai
E/{1» M. 0»1
b4 tttroW
•Iwrirr.
ctrtlfM kr th« W d F»
>nd
at Um >( a «P«IoI .Itetloo.
p rtm
u t.
tj t; : nothing In h la re a so n in g to m ake th e m m
t hary
e ; rlctorles oyer T ru m a n an d other, rtra ls.. B Ut.
: —----------------------- ............. -- t«ltr7
- -tItC.IlrrmlM rurmt
n .lt. Twin
I . Tbot
tfi. o oetlsn h m b r ordmd
-'>M
taHanlBi
t
^.,1
..
.
lUyneJ*
r»n«r»J l!«Mi
h
as
been
rerouted
a
ro
u
n
d
th
e
large
clUes,
w
here
<
«
la
thUI
U
btld
on
t
t
.
2Sch
^
r
ef
0<t«b.T.
,
[Irea A urot
i» :.
(liiii k
fl,); ■abandon th e “a tre tc h -o u t" p ro g ra m .
fne
« tIoi
“
P. S .'n o te : How m any children
> KImWIr |^|ii.H |]tM d<tn>l«
locUl IWJ.
1
Tr»«r« .r rt«i»
Judr«MBtlBOsotlr botwMit t t . bouta ot
hts expose of corrupt lin ks between poUUclans an d do you
‘ ' hove and how often a re you
«!• M«»l
PrKlael No. 1 from Orad.
School H
t iii M taHh. nw
r . X. ond 1:00 o'clockiltj
P. U. EltcUon
-n
I J . B u t If F o w ler la co rrect, a n d A m erica la; crim
J, wilMB, CmbU T rm snr.- tt
n -t liOO
tluJl o'clock
U
inals reacUd against th e D em ocrats In municipal „successful in getting them to h u n7eu
tn to
S
o( tht
iMttt» ChrlXlan Chorch.
y ? maoUd
tnB ifm ta n m c t «TTon* 0la* ot aald
Tor . dar wIUiIb that pertlon lac
w «i
able to choose b etw een g re a te r defense and a u to electlon»-N ew V o rk a n d Chicago.
lu
to r io a atrtclod I7 t t . plon. iluiaud mon
potlltic. >• lelloni Fer Iki r » r ICtl. l^ CU««
:„ r " - . i % Z - i K S = S - . ' c S ; S M !;
.
^blt> Clu. A No. t it IU.IS1 I>u]n>m4. wlUila
r.lIi-C Twta Falli Counlr.
Only
r,
produetlon a n d m o re a n d b e tte r civilian fMt
th; 46, Kefauver wUl M t o u t to win Uie ISU n o m
« •KITTENS
FOB K ffiS D E F 7 .
^Mt’’‘1Ka S II.KI.III .ni«t Cftr R<2.
riloo.
s. ■n.tt lb . polllBf s ite - wIlbiB
lulldln*
TwIa Am.rlcan
^ Mi
Lwlon HalL
n | rollloi
Inatian
H
'■gooda, m oat p r u d e n t choice w ould aeem to tnt.
ofi o a Nov.- 8, If Stevenson should bo defeated.
Bsh! Clir l-SSl HaBMB VllUm SiAOt |> t M
i i D ear
ir:
»«5j
Even If the IlllnoU governor Is elected and sen-es two
~ _« Svery'nice
't i ' r i
I
MM Bohl llifh-«r tlt U l i
tS.«Si Jairm
”
T
WtUDs w ant home*.
n l ' be a defenae atcp -u p .
0«« S-tt: tai Dtiaj Iu»«lloa lU .te. lU rrltt
■ term s. Uis Tenneaseaa wUI bo only 67 In lOflO. Ro
u « .r r
P ra d n a No. 11 Uxpolllnjl
t t . I>dlln« Tra'^Uonj'tT.
?
1* ^ .
l
„_ Scneil!
C1»M A No. ill IIM I: a u * A swiccr.
H i : T he w ar In K o re c u sh o w a n o a lg n o f ending,I wlU
gt^y,
be a s keen for the to p prize then as he was »aa tt; l o w - h i r e i m o o . 03»»-ra.
Ina la alac. wa* cbaa*«l from t t t Sawtooth j
B t* O rabert - Ms.
No. 411
< I.Sii Clttt D No. ilS t.U ; lad*.
For
Chicago la those July d ay s of h e a t and fruatraUoa.
■ ll* R 6 d -C b ln » -U -te p o rto d -a tro n g e r-th a n -b e fo re ..I -oooMr
«
■ . . . s a r u ' ^ h S a i - ' i . r i i r K i ,S Twin
' " - Motor-Co, to I l o t l u Traouar Co.
,
(Twin raU s)
E ii-tnaU ra of SMarlUta
]|
1
la
a
Fot
;
ail
qBBlirif!
re
tn
i
rnldlac
tn
to
U
I f f l c Communlat le a d e rs a t a p a r ty c o n g risa '.b j » p»ut
1»1. CUo* A School Dlitrlct No. 4i;, Kou..
Twia nIn. Doacd «ainlB*l aKurlU* bfVJ to n
No. >4. t vat
t . Oouatr Auditor to Mcura dm «iu of
SUI. of Mtho. (Duhl):
**And for
llV» (nd IMOpmdoh* ralli-Countr.
In*’»iu
Moscow h i n t t h a t th o cold w a r la going ,to
“
tfinafcn ts eormi trron
>MS|
la rollloi »)t<tl BbM nifh School IlBlIdlns Am.
^
*”° ' ^ ’ m l s ^ you w hile you were noantad
JS
u'
f f l l - B e t colder. O e n e ra l R ldgw ay.w arns th o t^fA T p i: .y,
,
lald
A Srbeol D btrkt No. 411. Ct
pcatlnc
oi rolloni DtblU Clwt A'<S0|
Ho. |B
ArnoM
W M A rS IN A LABEL?
'
Dank of TwiB Fall*. Idabo t i n t National k
c
c^ n „vacaUon. Hope you h a d a nice «4U
4 lll .( l l Kuruort H U hnr nT44i
■>if pow er Is In ad eq u ate.
' We
Finalheartily agree w ith th e n a tio n a l ^ k e jm e n fo
d r»nn»ri ,« «»««. ***•«; ut
CUm a No. il l RT.M] u>4 'i
CIom
'a ; sTor
s , 1' u & K ' i . ' ‘3 ; K j s
s
'o rr tlme-' Wo h a te tw o ' molher*. cat*
cal* CrodlK
w
lOifMWiT. Ca. c»r «»»•»"•
— A U 'th a t in d ic a te s th a t th e th r e a t to o w ;• Americans
itaunoi
for DemocraUe Action h i condemning thh ee and
-nd several
,
kittens, white a n d yeljriUM lb« bnb »»»• “ M.tf
; : national aecurlty. c a n n o t bo Ig nored o r m in i-I resort to labeLi In political debate, an d we commend
n d in«
low, long-haired a nd sh o rt-h alrtd
a*
Ired,,
Bnllno
bulniM wh t n u u t d ttnlU far uM
to th e ADA- Itself. T h e orsninliatlon d'*e •. which we would Uko to s ir e away.
II.IU r . i u C«Blr (nirmon)i
J
'[ :m lzed. And to p u t t h e e x tra in d n atrlal r e - the principle
wc
Polltai pUmi Rl'trU n' School LKou.t
- i 'T r sTh' . ' i . - i M . a . ' s S M i . s :
' d are d Sunday In W ashington U iat such names a“ s w
. 1
> tht tn o.ld CanmAii K«hi>oI DUUlct No. >4. t t .
S ••aources.to civ ilia n uaes, r a th e r .th a n m u a d e -’ ‘'leftist'*
minou and ‘'radiea]," a s applied to the ADA, a re We lire tw o miles souU t.p.f the
Jerome .sto p light. fU *t house east
« <a Juil«o>> Mr*. Ctrl C. U prar and H n. pabi:
i -buU dlng^one8,~m lght^bB -a-traglcT nlatakB .-=^ -p r e p o s t e r o u s .____________
o a' lJ “,
. No. ArnoM
Cboim.a
H«idrli Falrtblld. Cl.rki Mti. ,r r« l Ftlli
.-n______
. .o
tlu iit.o iJ » 6 4 J S a k < L js m tJJJltk
iltk ^
-"" A - H A W l i l M ^ i,
~ — O tr r - r n s - o I f w - a m p T r ^ f 'U ia t - T I ir X D X - m lf th
b lt- and as m an y a* you w a n t TheyTs
rd
and AOmt:
- ^ ^ C WOiilniiMi
n n » » o *iSl) '&Lm W
C
i
^
qgalllM
Votm
rvIdlDi
In
tint
oSnk
- .ben>flt-from-lt*-ow
a-advlc».-l t-ls-ftlv aa-to -r« f« filn
d - onseTK ---------- -^---------------------------n u a i3,
lk —
TrW.--BTlVEBB,-Cl..k
O
n gg -- Y
iw«idm
M rt et Conmoa School DItCrlct No.
Natl
I ,
C A M PA IG N CA N D O R
S l
’ lo the candidates and U sues It.endorses as ‘ llb e r a r .
t^rlB ralU coaalr {Cd*f Draw),
Uj
Jo h n n y Moere
. plant
i‘’pIiM Hotr
Jw lii Talli. ld.ha
“ a K J Iitj-S
Rl
T h is p re s id e n tia l cam paign, la unique on' or "progressWe" as though these' words encompass iooilril.
tintU h
far J
aaM
-(Jerom e)
iKSCtlLAR SZmMDEft SESSION
m l.t . “ nWM
i b»<if»>i-«S
u
loeol p U ci C«Ur Draw .‘lch»l llotiH Tr..
Oct«b.r
11.
<
«>
a
rollltif
fc f m any c o u n ta .'N o t th e lea a t'B trlk ln g fe a tu re I th a t Is good In public affsilra. O n those candidates and
T>»
T Cnmmon School DUtrlct No.
n t 21
nf Ihk
lOiOO o'clock A. M. it
K.M. In 4.aald
nd
• •
•
■
V
' lloord ot Coualr ConmlMtonm
■Ml M ttb Uaio »«nunt to knm.r d l JudcMl
R«;tlnn Mn. 1>innl. Honr. ind Mr..
s
Ik BCCUUR OCTODBR SESSION
i i
la th o can d o r I t h a a p ro d u c e d ,a b o u t tho p r i-1 Issues
At s opposed by ADA a re pinned such opprobrlctus
lUa
T' I T S THE U PK EEP
____ SJ-!
mo»Wt« ond IS. tUrIt prtw it _______
MS.: nbr. Cho
J. Van Zaal.. Cl.rk: Mn.BM.lon
Cat] t t Th.
. : Doird of (^unU .
. crlmt
Isbels <M "resetinnBiT'* nnrt "ltn1ftUnnl.<t"
.D«ar.
___ ©*ar-Slr;............
...........^ —
i l ‘ T a te Uvea o f t h e cand id ates.
H ttib in.i
na«a llwidrli.
■
lioor.1 IHII ims la IVIUtil O^UlwrD**“ n< *n
All su c h .te n n s are. a t besL-jelaU ve. W hat Is
U
voi Item co n ce rn in g -th e price
price
W
Auditor ond Tro»«. iT#'‘toi
Your
^ ni nrpMt
uMiInc all BUBbtn and t t . cl.ik P ^ n t .
O:
t l
W hen befo re h a v e we h a d a . fu ll rtm -down./ “rad
ither
Asiuit. IKJ. wti aboT.
u.* qutpttlfltd t n ^ m ^r “dtcUrrd .n i All*
ical"-to one mind eould ap p ear "reactionary" to of brss
br
brought to mind another
Pretau i!
t n M - r U f^ p ^
"JS.
In
on th e h e a lth o f th e tw o no m in ees? YThen anolher. W hat Im portant dlsUncUon Is there In thh e matter.
matt< I t seems to me th a t said
ke
»u
.., 1™.
IMI. (Ik) vnttra rrtldin# In t t . r n ^ lW .
practical ends o t communism o f the "left" and fascism
Jjose ^tb. hour o{ 1:00 o'clock T. U. wh.nM.. tchool
prepoo.dlilrlct «k.r.la lucb polllni plic.
H j before ha v e we h a d a tho ro u g h acc o u n tin g ofI criminc
sm u-Uel<
*rUcles should be ch ea p er fo r those
N
1< loealM).
^lumbrr Botrd. '
.
CC
iudu^ bA ^ 'S f T u .
I aofn dthe
of us who wear th e m ju s t to keep ^
| l | 't h e i r e&mlhga?
su “r l g h f t
onm
4. Thit punaint to Sub^SKllon t
Carr.«t E ip n * . Cltlau A»pra»a< . o
T
h
e'Iab
el
words
oome
easily
lo
the.tongue:
b
u
t
la
up
our
01
morale,
b
u
t
such
Isn
't
the
toe
u
w.
HAWKINS.
(Dl
I.
all
SMlInn
SI>tlO.
Idiho
Cod.,
M
>mrn>1«]
*.«0
Cgrrtnt E ip.n.. clalmi war. anproraJ 91
|T .
Perhap s by t h e tim e th la ahow ends on every Instance th e ir use obscures—la fact dismisses— case.
br Ch.pt.r
ef ih. I»i« Idaho Rwlon •nd
Thwarranu war. ord«»t d r a n la »tr- ir
I 't
Nov. 4 wo a h a ll also h ave b een tre a te d to an ' Uie rea l Issues. Qulle o ften , of course, lh at Is p re------ t j wi. thii" 8cgwt-hinbr t f in ttfiiBM UIU
w*ri
Tl B
.at ttar«{ a . /ollowii
. . ca
^
“ Slsldes
h a rin g to pay a *'m uch, * V r^ .sm E a * .c w rk
Bes
rru .. t t . toUl ntinbar of prnon. pcuMoInc allB«Uh
t
ij U.
Anritren*. mard. iiiia
IH -IM
^
«. V .ex h au stiv e d e ta ilin g of tlie lr respetctlve.per- termi.
clsely th e In ten t o f th e . labeler.—Portland O n g o n iaa.
la . sometimes
somel
more, fo r tbo b ra Itself,
l*elt,
TwiB r*Ui. tdoks
^**"^*1
. wti th.
QutlKlcallori .nmcrlli>0 br Uw Jor
\
10 Lutttr
B«a«ll. wUom. f... **.*ll
JJ
we hsve th e added c o st of something
hln g
tn tr a b n tt. IHI. , .loston
r a n n al Mhool dlilHcl .Intloai la
Qu wllaeM f ... ll.M : Chcftl.
No.Mck
21 DiBBttt.
T.
I:;! :form ancc8 a t a ll levels o f school. T h e n we wiii be
'rtS i; C
vnlll Khool dlitrlel ollhln t t . lwun<Urln1nf tht i>.1t.
Coar wltna. fM. St.M; Dahl iS
llardwir.
i
topu
to p u tla lu
•
•
''
nR8CUUR
uS n.w .chnal dlitrkt li a. (ollnwii
m ay know n o tltte r e ly G en eria'E lsen h o w er’a <»'>*»«' OF FW EN Dfl'niP AND PO U T IC S
i.n 1 prapo..d
M; ! Itort
Bart CC*»ll.
>»****.
r
AIIko
rurnllur. Co. m>a r. leiJO
i
ft.
T a l n 't F a'ir.
ir.
Tb
- I n Colorado Oen. Elsenhow er angrily branded as
Tbo
li«>hl
of
Cocatr.
CommUoloBora
din
A « . N .m . of DUtrltl
Numbrr
no mBotr
u Shop, rtpal?, 11.001 Dob't.TraaifM, 01
I j i j blood pressure, b u t h o w h e d id In second y e a rI *un-Am
, erkaft’* Senator J o e . McCarthy's charges ooff
:lj)
mot .1 IW. II*. tmnaiKLte r«M,,.»ll ClaM
s. TA School UUlrkt No. 4IS en Iht drarasr.
(Twin F ills)
C
|H 40: nanero(uWhIln.r ^
»
a m b rrt iM ih« cl.ik prwtnt.
preixioo
(Uukl)
conUlB
t.«C« lawCuboelM, Ill.OOt Uanerofl-Whltt.r Co- t|.
f h i g h school h isto ry . A nd w e m ay le a m I treason
V 1 against his friend n n d benefactor. i3en.- M arKovtin* tuln~> wu InBtutMl rraaa
obttl Coninoa
« 'brio{ School Dlitrlct No. II
Iin for l.wandbiioka, IW.OO: llurro«Jih» Adila* .
FAMOUB LA ST LIN *
ttt«.
t f ”hoar er t:C« oVI.k P. U. i.h.ii
1 . ^ w h ether G ov ern o r Stevenaon w aa a n y good a t. s h e a He called Oen. M arsh a ll *a g reat paulot."
» Uit (tUrarten)
r«
f t U.thln.
gi.si Cu., ribbon*. 12.10.
x>l dll.
,
>
lor
I ne »Indiana 'Elsenhower openly Indorsed Senator
. • He oonliB't pick tw o w « t* 1 S T
Br
A. U. Ccoimaa
trlet a School Dbulct No. S
w
m a th o m a tlc a .'.........................
bo
<ClMr t..ki«)
le- ^la t dd»y« U ba slek—I t had to be
^
1 . S10 Lutt
S
Je n n er. who had caUed O e n .^ M a i^ a l^ ’ a lllvng lie"
l»«. Part nf Common School Dlilrlct oflowrd
No. » Dine
N o political e x p e rts a re c o n ten d in g t h a t'• Americ
”
JUL hU vacaUoBl'’
A_iu
JL
(CWar Drawl |,|n c »llhln th.
Mtt.
th la kind o f in fo rm a tio n c u ts deep In votera’1 friends lo "Join my team ."
IIE ' - ^ “ WraTiVEiis. ciiii
-snrroi
s r s ; s : i ! ^
K
boundiHn oC. tha proponl ntw
A f
OB.n
dlitrlct
no wrtki
l-lill D ^ " wat^ T H ^ T * ;'' , B. C*ln. ?TWK* •JfvJII.
F g J> R 'D lL jlO W _
_____
Public
I n ^ T nrhoIi-Benitor-M CCiirthr-boarded-U ifr-Elsw i.---------m inds. T h e electio n is n o t likely to tu rn o n; ■e i,r
I,.all
S. 'r b t i .t t . Ullat for tollnr en Iht drari
,
howec
train
and
h
ad
“a
very,
very
pleasant
chat"
w
ith
—r
r
^ u i w 'V '^ i M t T PIOI.MM
« " J iT n.w .c W dUlrkl .hill conuin law
ilR th e size o f Elsenhow er's Incom e ta x , or S te - ‘■lettui
“*
LEGAL a d v e r t i s e m e n t s
,
.ohttl a 'brf.{ lummarr of t t . iir<i:>ixnl plin for Iiw
Uie general.
j i fl venson'a o p e ra tio n fo r kidney atonea.
___! preport
®*PTtM0BS‘8tSSI0K**‘a Ult
nSol}l
r«r»anl«ailon of (h. nrw .chool dti. Uit(
In Wisconsin (where .M cCarthy recenUy won a n
,a
J ? * . ftS'?,
Cod.»l«Wi«ni
M. trlet
^ p « tand
.
ihall cenlain Ih. woriUmntloB
"For fH;F.f t l w ; D'«>ak»cInt"'o?VS\le*Tltallb. 1}
«r
' B ^ t h l a ao rt o f o p en h an d ed tr e a tm e n t o f .overwhelming prim ary victory) Oen. EUenhower w as
r
RMirsanlud School HUtrlct" and ’-Acalnit
&.C anlt u la rin . S7U.IS.
I fottt h>Itt
‘®
2 2 . ‘o‘B .?‘p . t ; » “r " . n i i r k " 'p rN8.
^ s : i?,
R .m‘i*
B lu d School n k tr n - ..ch fo flo ^ n.nli
c a n d id a t e a '- l l v e a - d o e n v m r t h e l e a n e n e 'T, Introduced by Senator M cC arthy. He sold ho and Jo «
1
p
C««BiU»tnnm Ilxkini oixl CMUt .Ufnt.
nnia b^' aCoiboi^^wWtjB tbt rn-^ mir ««prw<
Ch^
tM
ll?
l‘,rD”? l.i‘A - ' ? r " ^ ; r k ^ i J l t ' 'p r « t
■•jeek
th
e
ssnie
end
resu
lt"
a
n
d
added
th
a
t
his
"d
lfi
hig h ly u sefu l p u rp o se. By lay in g o u t th e facta or-pre
krt
tu i.i s : DInifl * Hmitt S^d Co. opkMD TJ
1
fercnces
with
M
cCarthy"
o
v
e
r."m
c
lh
6d»“
wer®
“n
o
t
lr>
arninda. li.Ot] Charlu II. D.I«<U.r. Ill
\ f l ' fo r all to aee,‘i t deprives th o rum orm ongers u ik tu
0^ - A. Chiy. u .
.
At 1
‘ I m p o r ta n f “Iko" pubUcly expressed hlSj-graU lude•t t t . iBlIcati. M.lt: M .rjnrl. U u««.^««trt II
!^’ of some o f t h e i r ric h e s t m ate ria l. I t ellm ln ates U
u
IIM. >lrw mrtlc of i.M
In' T-’rT'^lli
®
.w
>nd t t . halp. aaimor. Itl.S li’ U n. DtrI.at .
to »McCarthy
for traveling w jth h im .
• T1"w i n . F a l l a 'C o u n t y , I d a h o
a . ^ n t r W . P«ll»i .nd Mllcallon
at Dit.tihardl,
nm
Im and
aatra h.Ip. audllar. I4MI1
I n Virginia to ag lao w h a t Oen. M arahU l m ust be -----C. W. Dalih. c S i r»:.lpu. 14-lJj Eckrt r
T>ln .r u k . IWw
„
™
"C ?„Y i
I ;. can be tu rn e d . '
. thinking loday—about friendship—a n d g ra tlta d e -a n^d
> (akrn llolor Co.. car .Jp .n i., MS.II: ri«ch» t
8T0>.n>w IS. iH t.
n
ixr 2>. OII
nponaa. K .et; Pldl.r a
10:00 e-<^k' A. >L
poliUcsl—Oregon Jo u rn al (PorU and).
"-■«(V. ctr
, ?
;in ao doing, i t b rin g s a little closer th e day^ .noiha
Cliiml^ia
Co., record .ht«u. IID.TS.
*
^IC O L A *
b SIi
i l L . a ir d l’ to llf.
^
, !
w hen A m erican p re sid e n tia l electio n s m ay be pracUt
^"th;
cSSSklj";;"
HttT
«
i; ^ ; decided o n t h e r e a l iaaues a n d th e tru e m erits;
u>e
Mrs.- D. L e l ™ ^ lv S i. * ^ p r S d » ? o T th e Women's
114,'u: dml»lt‘* S ^ l " » - C ^ E
' ,
o f th e can d id a te s. W e atlll h a v e a long way ChrlsUan Temperance U n io n hasn’t lost a week-end
Jiho r<iulpm.M. ,tl« .6S; (!»n«Tii1 I’.lro ln " g|
deciding where shc. and th e women behind ber. ila n d
C'*'
iwtni
.'J j Carp.,
I1« ; car U P.U ., 142.71 :_V|M. IIIm Ib^. W
l»5J.
t ‘
to go, b u t even th e m ost h a ltin g strid e fo r-' on
r?i?4
dliultj
r 4llV"»*nd
Uie presidential race. They-fe altUng » out. 'S h e
M. luird.
: ,J~ «l. H u.t..t eait ^ W
1 7 7 ''
-Mth eloB Uon tho ASEI
t S M o'cinck n. M. a rw ~l Wll*;
dk.n
Uni),' IIlll.m
^ 1^
w ard 1a w elcom e.■ ci«iy
ION
(ripu.
l.lt: lloliart J. Ilill.r,\.«lrail>«l»| ™
Miys thi ere wss plenty of d rin k ing l a Uie arm y u nder
cw
.J u
l l “ .k
SUU noorf
Iiumm
! l”
« ,« : (jMCf» C. HaMrV-. - Moftiilonai U
‘\ wof l « t Th.
l
-A- M- .‘UplrmlVr
2,. O
I Eijenhower and la m ia o ls u p d e r Stevenson. From til
I. Cnm. irrtlcw.'tlO.O^j Ilarry Dirrjr liumWr
^
’
**>
•
..
.
.
.
rnANK
rAt.iir;n,
Jills-)Hrs;..CQlvln
oonclQdts
lh
a
t
Uie
two
'candidates
lie*
lo.lB,
tund»»iHl
la
th.
followlii*
^ 'ij,
.
P O L IT IC A L P O L L S
, arc •‘Id en U cal-^ln 'th e lf-iillltu d e-'to w a rff'llq u o r.-8 h#
- I V W .- B T I V f c n s r ^ ^ ^
K 8.f
„ M H .;
T hough n e a rly all political p o lls now give' -un-At
sounds as If th e whole thU ig m ay d rlre he^>o d r l n ^t — ' “c:»im»
*>
l»r WlUxh*ldln« T tt Ur ttjlCJW
I I tb e edge to th e R ep u b lican E lsenhow er-N lxon tn
r o rk Poet.
Nu
evo .v
■an-.h Qt A«a»V IWS.
aK W idlrW i
ImparUI Carbon Co..
.III']"
'
'jtKpl.mbu
- i " r*"'-n , Barin
"llir.lo;
”5
IIISJ. MI.H;
Carp. Idaho U o ijilttl'^ io iC I w ^
Snsct
'
j l l tic k e t fo r th e N o v em ber.-elections, OOP
W A S H IH Q T O H -A ltiiouali th*
* T M 7 * U U m y b * * k « y « » c to rla th a ^ N o T .4 c ^
betw een O oreroor B tereiu o n u id a e n e ^ B i e n l w i m ,
c m r pollU clio reg M tli Kew York'* 4S
h lfh lT crlU eil. T ruin»n and W 11Uaon w on In IPU and U U . m p tJ o.
= ^ i l E R E K ' U n V . ‘ w lU io u t-tb e Em plrt < u u «
lil
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s i C 'S p
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mm
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Kb.ss.'iU'Si'i.
s
lilm Is Shown at ^
f s Meeting: (»f Rotary “
s s ’i « d " “
J .> r s ,s ; ,r .'i ^ ’aa!i''i£s
is b l sSii'ffi.'is.’E.j
£" S & i r « a
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: VIEWS OF O T H E R S
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rt- ‘ AU'iJjtr-.,,.™. „ ™,.«.
K.7.?
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ivsr.
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“
Proceedings of the
Board of County
GommiBsioners -
T. I, 's-V ':i.E ri;rs,a.:s
a-'i'i! r r 'c A ^ S
S fE ^
a
rnfmi
jSs.'
~!i j S r a t t s s x h s s i i *
? S i ||4 |p s |! i 5
SSi3LS-t*i
S.S s s f .a .: 's i 's i r i s r '5 ^ »
II j strateglsta are a llttlo ’ handicapped abput , J
. ' using these results to promote their causc. ,nd "«
J
?
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friViI
CoDimliiUmm t«,C
E
t,!QC1CBB1117»
W,
1D5J
1
_
O uitt cof
lan
Ground andd 1Into Kitchen—^A
-Almost
l
,,
...........
— w
^ g D e s ppile
ite
.'
^ B u r n iling
n^
Jr
J 5 - W l th ; .
,■
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Senior Is Picked
ie a
Iju e e n
As Dmcc Queei
Sidney
HAOERMAN, OCt.' 2T — Sldni
crowned
ValenUne, senior, w a ss crown<
arrest b*ll
queen of th e F T A 's• harvest
b<
Legion hall
r.- F rid ay evening tn tb a Legion
hi
by Ted Leach, ch ap te r prealdent.
— :------Commlltees who worked o nledUo n the
ford, chair.'
' t dance Included L en OUfford.
chal
Law™ n , Eugene Vader, A rt Ross,
R ou, Lai
renee Sm ith sftd-Chuek N(eemr a n^. rre*
B H H
faaahm enu; Jo h n O r M orSK
a u alm
i n i uan.
D arrell Leatham,. Dal* Boyer a!
and
j u d Palmer, decorations; Olenn AllAl
r e d . chairm an. DonnU Barlogl.
Cu
arlogl. Curt
-
STS
PA d B JW
______________ ,
,
'
-
v-;:' -:
UaxweU a n d O t n PenXoId.
i i . tn
b odd ia t:
l a .« » y e tn M m ’c v k i t a
CUud* MaxweU, c h aln n aan,
n , 0O«eoT * o f t h t voleadb VsRVtBi, B u o «
I^b«rts. Edgar 'K w n ae n dl a'anndd IBilly
deeoeod to the e n te r floor. J<« Sant, t w e u and posters.
wters. JIi**I ■
^ “ >e class adv lstr, Campaign m a n u e n fo r i
<Jti«ens w m S a n t, N eym an. :
Brown a n d Bobby Hawkaa. O
9\ittn contesU nU were M a
Graves, Junior; P a t N eym an, *oj
>3)ote, and M arla Grave*,, freshu
freshm an.
^ it5 1 S T » 3 w w *
— '>
faw* aa»
i^w a.aa
*n)e to ta l available energy
in-- c e a i
rgym
p n iB < S k S IS S S u E S
and oil to-many time* greater
t aa
■eater th
th a t In—th * -u iM t* b Ie --aa t«
t «nnss - « f
uranium a n d thorium , aocordlni
ocordinc to
J g y jf T M iB i t
scientist Robert E. MUllkan.
*«n.
AtntUMMl
“llHiigStl'dteiew
■W froBteniHs S
5 s ii.y i! is ite p f
^TJeWettaStSTiC^''^
iiv
E
f f e
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2
In
burned U l
lerhom e.
w S 'S S K - K
S
go ’S
tnora
L£»» In Offl*h*' .I.V
- - t.
IS f fillitt^ n w w llh r e U
p
WSootiUirNfCr-r^-pra
{he^*
la a t
M S rtO T i« » ^lly,
y ' >••
Here U ose e t th a newly-AerO
r-4cTClepe4 peU te b a m e t e n which dig*
dl«« lh
th a
u d tb e
Bad leave* th a aell and
po**»oe* aad p e o n th em Into inek*—
t
:.Jalal>hef r,
? °< Jt-!W T » ln r.a.a tM ,en _ th e-H ..H ..n
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B
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built
by
th
a
T a n |P « t h e f M « t a a ,h .._ O r a
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C o m p resB o r
i ar
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M pA f
X T lC C t
h e Sorop*
- B U iU X y -O c l. 3 7 -A t th
SorO]
U tnlit luncheon meeting Wedne
Wedneselub ajj
dinlng rocni. Perry Steph enw» n spoke
spol
on ‘T h e Importance of VoUng."
Voting."
iree gues
guesU
PU «en membera and three
were preaent. Mra. 'A licet Jackson,
Jackso
oropUnUst
R-esno,. Calif., former. SoroptimI
was Intp
Intromember from Callfomla, was
^y Mra. U n a p e rl Stephenst
*hd MorietU Delmers wass guest of
i
Jetmers.
LuclUe Detmers.
Jeanette ChamtK rlaln, treasure
treasurer^
“ nnouneed th s t th e recent•rummage
rummai
^1*
gro u ed the club 1321. Jet
Je an
Chisholm, accompanied a t tha pl*
p
ano by Allecn Baehraan, pplayed
u y td ft
violin number.'
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Mamie Price and Mrs. FerFe.
Weeks are represenUng U
meeUng this week-en<
jjenfsAsked to
Jjlloween Event
F'.ls- Speech Scheduled,
s r ; ; At Burley Churcl
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icers S e le c trf_
Iv Buhl Grange
tu Oil }T-J0tm Goodhue
V of
T Tthe
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kM u v r e a i csaUer
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Otu(i nSdir n lc h t D
Dean
e'r Mra.
iQ x m u overwe'r,
Mra.
rv' Le'hiV h
luce, w ftlttrr: H epry
liv U
huint; Un. X em anB Davis,
lit.'
k; Z euth Shrader, L
a uuU
tn ^ ladji
d v
mud. Un. Lehman,
na Bell
d ilm rt: Mr}. E rm ina
Betl,
nan'
IW AmU T in nier,' 'yFlora:
■ Rarlo
H fljii
l,U.CSaii, Pomona;
ir. pidKper; C h u te. r. Moh
Hobm lth
m v C lb l Blanche aSm
llh,
e home
homil
tt; ia.;:bn Ooodhue.
Keennslaehusui. and iS ni . S
UahlnihouM In Madri*. In d ia . Latej
bUahlng
*«• h ad charge of th e pubUahto:
hou»e In Lueknow. P o r five yeai
tendent ' M ’V
before IM I he vras auperlntenden
Of M ethodlil work In th e C alcult
diatrict and manager of th eo“ b
B.. h
Ii . - r . "
Sm ith company In C alcu tU . m r
IM l to IMS. he workcd In wai*
a r ^prli
» - I. .
named -I -•
onera* aid for India. He 'Was, ruraei
mission treasurer In IMC.- ^ ^
HI* Visit U being sponsored b y th
ur- f v
Wesleyan Scrvice guild of thnee B
Bur
ley Methodist church a n d -th e public
publl
^ Invited to attend th e lectu re. ,
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:r e ^ .
r . tad JUroId Monk, D. D ;
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CKl SchoMJer,. 7Wayrio
*yno
JiSlo Aitorqula ,;a n d Del
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OFU{y/
^9r to e
reported
■eported
2
w lthaB
t'lit the mem'M
benhlp
rahip
I'fflem^
‘to it r t last year,
»h«e
a r, sh
?
* “*«orKftnI«dsrlthiB
4
ted Changes;
ing'
WdfBuiMngs
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: d i ETRIOH, , Oct. 37 - T h e base.
ilpment
m e n t for
new furnace egulpmeni
Jn tjie chapel th a t Is to b e added
U
dded to
th e LDS church here h w b een compleled. Wotk on the cJiapel U undei
th e direction of Blahop Howart
K tn u m . :
T he-vU lasi aod th e highw ay dep artm en t have opened th a roa<
betw een tha church an d th
hee vUvUlage park and have widened
ed the
tht
road In the bloek n o rth o l th e park.
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go condition
ictor, good
Massey H arris .Tractor,
Praetor, equipped With
Hydraulic Farmhand
Case Hay Chopper, powci
Casa NCM Baler
_
A’S Case Combine,
1^1
le, perfect
shflpe, bean
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P O T A T O C O .
BUHL, IDAHO
o m c K - e n . B nhi
B a y ae ad D. H lra.t.iM -W , B«iU
Blarrln H m - O rS - ttt. Bohl
:-«hlle.
w ln tm
^ to
Cash T ract o r B u lk '
Deals for your
PoUtoea and Onion*
.
- A r t o wn - aj r“^$3'~ rQ nnlfi9” f o 6 t
------------- a l l k i NDS
nds £
STEEL FOR. SALE J
n
PORTU N D .
£S
JAMES
a . 4V« hrs.
S fO K A N I . . . 4V i hhr*.
r i.
KRENG
IG E t^
2 1 1 ‘n < I n l A v e n u t S o i ^
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Twin .Felli Airport CsU.rOO
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Phent, 466.
486. .
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DAIRY
n
iles -west
of Richfield, o r 2
Locatcd 1 mile
soul
:e southwest,
then 4 miles
’
id 1m
mile wffit of Morley7 Crossing.
Cn
miles nortli and
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THUI
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Sale Starts 12:30
:30
Idako's favorite""
old
Bonlion
tim e
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72
E A D C :A
A mE
T
iiiTfieifers,
f ie ;
coming withi 2rid’
2n( calf
rd calf
;
coming with 3rd
a
G u e r n s e y ' hheifer,,
e ift
- - . n o w
f t
;
ng..with-2rid-calf— --—^
[€d-breed)-heiferjrComrng~w
---- — - ^.^Eed^(mlx€d-br
3 Brown Swiss eovta, coming withi 3rd calf
Guernsey' cow, coming with 3rd calf
call
cow,
coming
with 3rd calf
alf _ ■ ■
. Holstein
cow,
c
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Eed.Durham
ham heifer,
li
springer
3 Holsteinn heifers,
heifi
springera
p * ,;\ \ A b o rr e lo f
Eed Durham
h
lam heifer,
springer
■15 Heifer• calves,
calve A ort yearlingsI ''
1^71
rom California)
lin heifers, weaners, (from
15 Holstein-hei
W fJ
:lings
ti bull calves, short yearling
7 Holstein.bull
— o n d l h d o M f t ' t --------------------“
Guernsey'bull
bull (calf.--------------- ^------iths old
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id'Holilein bull,20 months
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ta k * a b a rr « l of
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data and dates .will be given
give day of sale
m o n « y t o b u y it.
'lected for quality and
This herd1 has. been carefully select
I . production.
in. . . .
, ,
T r H o I s te in
^ yearsold!
M
finest FijI
FfcjEL in Town!
Wnipf Servjco
Bills
-Submitted'!^
^tetered
ORDER
7“
m p a rtm e n t S in k ,'n e v e r n s e i
AUCnONEE
nONCER: Harvey C. iT erso o1, plAh o M m > W > .G o o d is s s ta b ro o k s .
CLERK: W. R .-E astabn
ih r s .
SA ITU W . . . iy,hr».
U m t i e d u i m HSS
a
.
o t t . . . Phono U8 now'and get yout nania
n ia
list
8t and bo auro of havlnjr unipterS
th
isort throug^
w ith _ o u r_ Q y A y ^ „
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o rm Id c * D ^ n g -M o w e r, h o n e - ^ w n
•K lera D ah y i Type W ate r H e a te r ,
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TERMS: CASH Day
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'n2E _ k
h?re ^
1““ ^ ^
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R u b bber
e r Tl
T Ir« d W agon
2-W heeI
heel tT^ U e r
T Mis
M iscellaneoos A rticles tooT H am aw
Case Side Bake, 4-bar.
ID new .
kbar, IDce
‘ “O ther
i s - to - M e n tio n :- - ----------Lindeman-2-Way-PlertT—
-Plow------------------------------ ous-to-1
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NIWYO«K
R ailingss - lr o h W ork
,
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a a
illd ln ^
LOIS—HC
)IS-HOLSTEIN COW, 6 years
-s old, m llklnff
ears o ld , m lUdng
^■
p a ^S
n sY
y -H
- O L S T E IN COW, 6 years
BEAUTYSAUTY-'pOLSTEIN COW, 6 yyears
e a rs old, miUdng
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BONNIE)NNIE—HOLSTEIN COW, 8 yyears
e a rs old. J u s t fresh
U)GE-HOLSTEIN COW, 8 y eeaars
rs .(.old, m llld n g -'
MADGE’ ^
'Above Cattle
le Vaccl
Vaccinated for Bangs. ProdncHon
ac tio n R ecord* Given Sale D a y , '
. 19 HEAD BRED HOLSTEIN HEIFEF
2IFERS . . .
freshening In April, These
sstart
ta rt ff
!se aar«
r a blg-boned W is- - . - . .
—
..................... c^nain
]
cpnsin heifers.
Vaccinated fo rr'B
'B a n g s , and B la ^ e g
—TB
—TB U
tested. Breeding dates given
Hven d a y o f sale. .
HOLSITEIN STEERS........... .........
6 HOLSH
fareomtilieothHtfflMj
tnrtl Mctmtrilui, all it ,ill»
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POTA TO
^STO R A G E^
- P h o n e lD
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WAIHINOTONrP.C,
g r S c n W A J yKr It N T A L
Brfyl«-
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Lunch on Gronndg
29 HEAD DAIRY
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CATTLE• &
& H E IF E R S a o i.
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S,”u Shoshone_eitizens_
'S m 'ftaVel, Entiertair
ipXelebrates
til Anniversary
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Sale Starts 12:30
F
2:30 Prompt
INERT '
FARM MACHINE
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n r Mttteu the tr o u p op•* » -citttil« -o f-llalU "^5
« rf
iitfiffiitcs In order to perm it
te in
arw »nd llenwln* of slot
a.
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BHOeftOtff:. OcL 2 7 — M r .- a n
•si-U nT^Clifiter - H
HolMori
o to n
a . w . H anstn have relurnei
«(4 alumil** to the
sU
te
f ...
home afU r vUItJng th e ir to n . Doi
m elire In Coeur flA
d'Alene
iene Hansen, anil family. E phraU ', W m Ii
J u lt
U r . and Mrs. A. M. Anderson
jn hhavi
ave
left for Orldlty. C all^, to spen<
•AO
winter.
. e s . — - M r a . Erma DrUkell nhd M ra.,y r«
CUng'er are vlslUnfe Mr.- a n d -M «
S a r V Tom DrlskeU In San ‘ Diego, Calif
.Mrs. Thama Hlli; P o rU an d /O fe.
IT, Ocl 37-M ejnbm of th e
eiuh I*. VlslUng her moiher, M rs.1. Mary
Mar:
a R u te n . ..RidingJ club
iv e rlfl^
«l their firth annlver*ni7
V horfie
h « X i • Mr. an d -M r» .-ln 1 n -B rB u n -a n £
»t a party at. the
t OruiO onare on a .vaeaUon a t B ^ l d e
isd U a Wayne Clark.
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OCT.
t h u
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w
G e t more egga wilh Bofler Msal
Globe Seed aod Feed Co. Adv,
CATTLE
t MACHINERY
.E &
.Located 2 m llu eaat
(
a a t of Goodlnff
on Shoshone Hiffhvra
Jg h w a y u d ^-m H » n o rth o f O oodhifl
H A lL ry , O e t J7 - H any PoUa
engineer In charge of the Snoqi
In
Wednesdaynesday
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to
p urchase-a com pressor for the'm h
lo replace the one destroyed
ed by fli
fire
U st week.
PoUar said one large bulldlpg
wl u
UdiBgw
be erected to U ke the plaee of
, p ° .to
'w
change room, blacksmith S
shop,
ih e d , warehouse and eojnpreut
ojnpressor
room, w hich were destroyed In t^
lire.
l / « y
a H -hour day. U ie y are,> tractar
tract
drawn.
I 'l
I to
The poU toes a re carried1 cnto
cnto a
,
.
w n ’ tyor belt a s they are M'S.Khlir
dug ai
V P n t
Rre carried cmto a se t of JJ rubb
tV C I tb
rollers which knock away the to
JlL ibe
ll,
i M t l Oct. JJ — PupU* »
While on th e first conveyer
^
ta i DUtilct)
DIgln
Mt oig
poUtoea are sep arated from
vln
x a vines
f ^ b e o invited to th
toie
by j,e,v7 blowers. *
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L a «rtj for ttfn tg e rs a t 7^
Another conveyor boosts the p
K T u the hlRhI «*«>J
K h«
Utoe* Into a tru ck which\ follow#
foUo’
Dtdslon lo Invlt*
th<e
ivlte m
‘ lontsWe th e harvester.
* u reachMl
hfd a« tt *t
The m achine keeps three, or more
mo
5 ^ bi«UM a t the hhlg»
igh
h e flel
fields
trucks ahutUIng between the
ina iS tj momUie.
I t 'dice
and the storage places asI Jt
dl
’jflria to «ppolnUnB com ’
^
and cleans the poUtoea.
■Mben tnd maUtiE pren ten d en t
Robert Curl, shop superlntende
-riiaiJcir'the.pnrty, a dU-omDamfor the Krengel M a th ln e eompan
fw ^ k lrfR an lln a tfte n tu .
of two
lirrn
supervised th e buildingB bf
ti
l l T«'ln rsllA lr
Y ‘ harvesters by hla fln n . a^ld U
BtmLBY. Oct. 37—Q u est «peak( machines were 10 year# In the di
^ s c m b e n tor th e parL> o t th e Burley, M ethodljt c h^u rch h ia t velopment a t h e u n lv e rjlty ,'
At one time about ISflOO
t
■fM m
tnen
WUli»mj, Richard
Rev.
. .
Rlchartf 8 p. BJ. Tueaday will be thne.
e . Renamed Jo h n Bmlth w ee oon-the
n .th e U
\
■,-minU Gaenecbea
and
ea a n a W illiam Wesley Bell. mlM lonary t
,
a veteran’s admlnlstraUon nU s.
J Ibffllttit idrerllilng;
ng: JJoo - |},J jjeth o d lit church In Inn ddia.
ia. ,A
T rip s R e la te d ‘
fggj, Cherit Klniey, LM ta mlsslonnry alnce 1921. th e Rev. M
SHOSHONE. Oct. 27 - Leonai
Arthur K trner and
Fred q c u i, branch trea tu rer in Bomba
nd Fretl
• otffUlnmcnt, and June ol_thcJllyJj|o n.of.forelgn.iT!lM lot) Patterson. N orth Shoshone, has le
d r e j h ic k s
»>l«lqns, fOT-6t.-O eor<e;-U tB h.-to-Joln
•Join hhis J la U ’TOiJtehta d .' re
relreU
lr e u ii
it^ e Methodist churrh.
>t»lDted
............ - T he Rev. Mr. B«U v a a appolpte
id eb aik . •
. VISUAL AWALYSIfl
Mr- and Mrs. M illard Rodebai
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VlllWa
UlIffUkUKHlt
r j
church tn 18« and began aefvlee 1
H e waa
H . A. T ho m e, an d family
ovi
ally over
■l a M ain-Ea st - Ground Floor
8
c u ____ B u rm a -th e foUawing year_He_W
d istrict w pertntendent o f th e In
............................. .
i n S 6 dian dlatrlet In 1931, w hen h «S tra
trann ssSeveraJ newly-dereloped . poU lo
Magle
h a n reitera In operation InJ Ua«
VaUey do alm oit e vexythlnf
g to
to tl
th e
p o u to tnit eook i t an d aenre
« . :ILL .
harreaUr* d ls th e poUto<
p o u io e i,
^ k ,w a y th o lo o * e T ln M .'a hh am
k e ee ii
th e »oU and pour th em In toJ tnic»
tnicks,
ready for atekln* o r piling.f* .
T n tu£], h arreitera h a vv ee bet
been
b u m by th* K renfel M achine
ne con
company. Twin Palla. to ipeclflcaUoi
iic a ta ^
up at the Oftlrerelty' of Idi
ho. -niey have pn>ved capable
» D je 01
}ur^-etUn( i.000 aacka of p oU
toes
I
u to
esm
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16Q
P uulb lic 2S d l e l s
HOLSTEIN
I
■IN DAIRY
a y . Twi
Tw la FaUs, th * m achlae ta tha pr«lse<
K r t a tt i K achtne eonpany.
o f IB j n r a of ezperlmejiUUeo
latleoa at t th a U nlv e n lty ef Idaho. Thaa Krts(.
K rts c
eLcom panyJuu bnlll.tWD >
n rec
c h hb harv»«t*rm ._Thfj_«j»»jirt W njjaaoB
i j a a o B- i (S
U
.faetttred la Idaho Falls. (SU Rn p h q to ie n rm v lin l
n iu f
0 0 Area Soroptimist
»,'Sa New Harvester
ters Can Dig .4,000
Club Holds Met
?oS2: Sacks of Pot£
’otatoes in One Da;
L i,- dnm.” Wood b u jk i
P ^ a n ea l
In trtre n o u
ot Lespecial
B 2 £ f f lt i i i « n M r i . Shef.
R i ^ W . d j y i .or opera-
rfM F O R T NOW
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Totlng sge In service, u m CftJlfomlfc
lw iM .b u lth e r e l.n o w w o r ^ iM lor C trttln -h o w m aay ftom
either »Ul« wlU vote. P e a ^ T a n l *
olJlcera h»Te m *lIe f mora Ihmn Sl,c c o u llo u t o p r e K n t.o r J o n n e r K r Tlcemen eligible to vole. C»UfonJ»
offlsl»l» could n o t estlm ne whftt the
w idler vole in Ihelr *tnt« m ight be..
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i n g w
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Trustees to Seek
“ School Cash Hike
“ NOW!
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G ritics’- V iew s—- RussiansJDeyelop:^
Russk
• stowell fald th e trustees assoclExcavat
ExoavaUon*
In tt a near e ast to Plane Capable of „fr;L';
ntlon favors gllocaUng Ihe addi11- dic ate th«
t t a t men may first h a r e be*
>e*
aehool dC;Hcii\lj4 UOT B
gun
to lii , la villages ibdU l lO JW
un^lo'llY
a y ’g iN t
; -j^ rtic S la E S H Efy dlstribulad.
sUonalSsum to Trustee*
pace I could aee Uie .line oome u u t
pa<e
ial — . .
of Individual
s
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l ^ - - W o t - |p
*Dr.
« • “E. DonoTin M ittson
i r o p r a c tie P h y s ie ta n
C h ir
Kd
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l
I EENDS
TONITE
= ~T>i
Pandora &“THe^^
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f Record Is Set by
Flying
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y T f tDutchman
s tIr77T-77771
ft . I I f f y
ooan'
? Savings Deposits
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Dismii
isn ii^I“^lIred“
REPUBLICAN
F o r‘Slot’ Action1 REP
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Registrations
for
BROADCASTS
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WASHINOTON, Oct. 37 W - aboul cstchi
Betireen ArmlsUce day end Thanks* month J»ter
given next m onth, the federal civil Esquire magi
defense administraUon will conduct Ucle on talll
fc„i; ^ a naUon-wlde campaign to sign which mu»l 1
volualeixs for future ten'lee.
his lefl ham
The regisUatJon will n o l make embarraued
an individual a fully enrolled mem<
In slmMe v
i ' l 4 ber of th e o tsanluU on, Jam es J . tg«ia the «
:1 : W adnrorUi, a cting cU-11 defense ad - made me feel
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m lnlstrator, aald H wJIl onJy in- »che when ti
> n ' dlcale W llllnsoeu to be called for the black an
•^
training a t a la te r daU .
-----------------_____ W idJW erth. aald more lhan 100
naUonal and community orgatniT^ . •
iJlIu — Uoas w m .p a rU e lp a le Jn jlie jlD T ..lIt.___ ^
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31 drive. Tlieiie Include b a iln eu ,
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l e i : fVom
¥ n m IBIIbs so w c r t j s ®
leaving the farm and
will sell
sal! these srticlea located:
id will
s n ^ e e p gol
goin g f f u t abort » » *
-K lnff-Hill- till-you-come -to-tho Elmore-County-U
Eln
ne-slsn^eep
i r 'FFarm
a r m So!
Sole H ttk tn ,
tto
o th
i old hl*wny, turn south
the
outh 1V4 nmiles and watch for
Df Farm
F a r m Si
Sale M irk e ri ( " M
K in ; Hill so enst townrd1 Bliss 6 miles
n
sn d watch for
known as the old Ben EIHb
Iis Place).
Place). ■,
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THURSDA
SDAY, OCTOBi
BY
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GYLEE SLONAKER,
SL(
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40 ton
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88 » 0O0Off..
. ANOINT ACE OISJIUl^lG CO, fltANKrOir
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MO buihelj ef whest and mixed
td fraln
fra ln
S e t of tractor ch*l»»
wire U
k baU d
^40 ton firii tnd tecond culUng hay,
hay, wlf*
a»d,
110 Naw Bampshir*- ^
IW bale. , t y ___________ ^_____________
_______________________ ti.t^ y nthnf mi*aB»°*”
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A s k J o r * ' J c u h l e A " _____
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CAHTOON—Pet«
Bm lth N ovtltj'
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1848 8-N Ford
Holstol
Holstoln eow, 9 y ean old, Just. fresh
|o*. rr »» dl uu »B««
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f re s h ,
Llndeman p^ow,
HolsUI eor, 8 yean ofd, been fresh 3 m m
HolsUln
ii'diie.
u F
r o i " '* '
H
I fresh a m m itta
ja n d e n i trall'dU
e. 8s /ft.
•HoUUln cow. 5 y e a n old, Just fresh •
iU
mowtr,
1
ft.
‘ Ncw Id cs trsU mowtr, 7 1
BegUUred HolJUln heifer. 3 y n . old. m il
y n . old. m llkln*
^
Chalm
en W o
habnen
eocd o ^ .
. now, papers avallsbte
u tb«
(2)9 tm
‘h
u u ! heifer, 3 yrs. old, m llktin
Ho
oUUln
o f now. be 1freah in
grain and bettu,
bean*, hhs*
md tifl
tlir ba:
btlcr
Jan.
1P50 Ci»e hand
Ue hay
u tl yeaH lnj H oliltln bred h tlf e n
73 P
P uU
helfOT
3 her*a-drawn mowers
Whll flea helfen, 3 yrs. old,
3 Whllo
brod
Sulky rake
\
B rockli fac* hdfer, p u t yearling
HoUUln heuer calf. « monUis old
3*way plow SmaU HoUuin heller calf
[ IS C B L L A N E O U S ; B
I
Black Whlteface heifer calf, 8 m ontts old
ThsM miJk COWI snd helfet* a re all bar
T 3 . tesud. All d»ta will be given on daj
1 m in n ,
u lS ^ / ■ u
RagUUred HoUUln bull, 3 yr«. old. w llh 6
,
bretdlnR, ThLi buU'a
wU'a full aUt
aUU r aold
yrs. old; aUU coett
sltt c«am
Crt»n W
■ ;. M
for 11,175,00 a t tte U U h Purebred
rebred uu ia
i a ..
S e a n U n a *Ue
' HoUUl
. 3 HoUUln sw en. yearlings
« u n e cans
i M •.
____ ^ B ] ( |
3 l 0*gallon creun
•,
3 WhlUfacfl »te«r uilveii. s m ontt* old
1i^ n e n
. . ,'
Black whlt«iKe i l « r e a lf .8 monUis
old ■
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old
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btitna wtr*
HoUUln * t« r calf, 6 m onths old
3H bundlM baUng
3 small HoUleln bull calves
n a c tr ie cytle8 (Tinder
trinder
k brooder
,
,300 *i*a ehlck
H O RSES.
•
.S m o o tt m outt saddle mnrc. RenUa
enUa for
for anj
anyone
Bitclrlc fencer.
'
in its
its f l a v o r . ,^
in
;
roM fVi
fm r
r^C tU H HEM^ROM
V Defense System
Drive Is. Planned £ • “£
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Screaml
| . G E ! 3 O T ®g j ~~ - “ T f T f n A Rocei"
r j ■I^OW
PUYING■
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-nz:
---The^mhtskey-with
^-w ith- ^ ^ — ^-------- r -
his face u esn Hemingway.
When I was wrlUnj sporU 1 w enit W
W JC
Ei V
C U
U R E A L L
down to W estFslm Sesch, Fla., a n d D A n W A
D lI U
O IL L S !
caught some u lls and ^ t e w h a l 1\ R
I WA w
wuUi
Uiat
b
thought
were’pretty
good c olum nss
• A u to R
i a d io s • H o rn *
*eUonariej.
about catching salltUti. A bout a
month
j never
later
reai 2 picked up a copy of
Esquire
magaiJne
and read a n a r •
Rc
boy
booka
bu
,
R atiio P h o n o g r o p h
nvlew
Uele on
cr salllUMnc
mlM
by Hem ingway,
'
(C b m b in o tio n s
which m utt htve been w ritten w ith
were'whedeso
his lefl
Pf
boys
andhand:
hs and I never f e lt so;
'
Phon. 2584
th>n-pleaiun
embarrassed In my life.
iIn vlll
slfflMe
nowwords he made m 4 h e a r
61611
Kemlnsway'i
again the whine of Uie lin e ; h e
made
me feel. s n ln t t a t solid m uscle
K aO l
Uie-Sea."
ache
when cathe fb h (ook hold, Zn1
* I(t 88ew
e« nd A remia Jicrth
I won't
the
black met
and white o t a m in te d
alUiougti
him do. I lh
Uie Sea" It i
by a man w
csirw riW ib i
Hemingway I
sea flshenni
can ^ m»tc)j
b u ta n ^ b u t
PROMPT DEUVERY
' j
J "THE WILD
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II j— ENDS TONITE--------
m f Wt
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W ASim iQ TO N . OcL 37 ftf)-The
agriculture departm ent reported>‘L
M43,000^I00 bushels of w heat wera•
k^ ',« in storage In Uia naUon'i faim i1
Ik v
and warehousei on Oct. l. the »ec-I
I
iT ;
ond la rre tt to ta l on record.
F. ; "
T he departm ent uOd present
h a - — w h e a t-sto c k t-a xcee d -lg M .p r a liir t.»
Uon by three p a r cent, retlecUns. a
'
la rte carry-over of wheat from pre-.
rim u years' crops. I t aald com-•
m e n ial slocki of w heat toU llng•
EiM j' Mfi.000,000 bushels vrere ’th e J a n re •t
I J I ]< on record.
t i j
TTie report said 48SXWO.OOO bush-t
I f f ' al i 'o t com were stored o a Oct. 1.
fourU rUrsesk lh U i T p i s l H r y a r c
tw i m uch below the record 845.000
L v l'i but much b e l o w
the record
I ? ! M . 000,000 busheU sWred the same
; ■!!*’. time In 1850._________ .
itfy
uj
" Boeing Plane
Output Slated
fc. . '
!3!:fr™vs'uSi““-’
isu M saj?. %
S Film Star Dies
MelE.MOBE
O ' by'few er th a n W W . to -P e n n iy l_ B By
y HHEMET
W
LONDON. Oct. 37 IfH -T b t Dally distributed.
beads of sa lt w kter drop:
T ia mott
m ott boring people l a ’ th e• a n d th a bea<
i l i Tinla. Dewey wlUj 1^03087 vowaI TOa
ould d e d d a how to use
^ S rp re ts reporU R ussia U ex-- dlstricU
dlstrlcU wwo
Uiou who U ke w a lle u off It.
i u - - topjwd Uia Prealdent hy fewer th a n I ^worid
d are U
pertm enU nf w ltt a pocket-Jet fight-- the
Uie additional
addltlor fund*.
genius Uiat Ood gave him™ e r . plana uth a t U kes o ft a nd lands
M t MMOO.
. from their ppoelteU and show com- . By the g»n'
J
He
rrs
He noted
noted th a l proposal differs
W jli
______________ p ljt, ,tran»i
pleU stranger* plotura* -of - ib c ir’ ha-w as able lo p u t aalt w ater In a* rertlcaUr* jio ia tere ep t flobal J tt
:t Ifrom
n m suffSMllon*
of th e Idah o Sdusu g s »
•-year-old dauihters,
Uielf »>yaar-• typewriter,
b Uter.jrour hands u* bombers.i 'W I _
»-year-«W
di
typewriter. .W
uom ^' cation
which ha s urved
cation association
assoc
old coUles or U i ( l r - ^ M | i i | ^ _ a I you read it
ll and make you squint* Oroup
Qroup Capl.
C;
m
H ugh Dundas. t t f« t t a t Uie 1addlU onal four million
S -y e ar-o ld u tii
from Uie.
K.
the. gli
glare oL the. sun on a* paper’s
n .M r’a a air
arked for Increase#
ir correspondent, said thee dollars be earm
1
'7.
^
_I buUdJnj
buUdtng (and
tand c u raag
a a t aad
d nn e pa«
page., .
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acher salarie*.
plane, ^••needa no airfield and coul4i in, w
Wacher
—
I n my opinion there It n o -sym** operate
operate from
froi a forest clearing."
bollsm In “The Old Man and thae
D
Dundas.
undas. said
i
th e fighter, called w
Sen.". T he m u im Is n o t good otr a aCZ3B,
CZ3B,U U54 feet long, has a wing K 6 C 0 r i
SEATTLt, W M h, Oct. 37 H B-'m #
d S e b!
erU b u t a big old fish. T ho fisher** span
span of
of 43
43 feet. Is 31.7 feet high.
federal fov em m in l'w U l 'apeiUl 10> ihfffi ^ e IUmm
a iu
j u s ta' fisherman with- tre*
m
a ni tsU Just
- and
sn d weigh*
weighs 3.S74 pounds empty t t i i
G o y
who try to read
niendous skill.
skill Read It again, almply,
y, 8J87
' mendous
0j87 pounds
pound loaded. F irst Informa*
‘ something tysi*
descrlaU ol a m aa fighting a Uon
NEW YOI
YORK , O c t 37 I R - D e ^ tIU
*
u a^ descrlpUon
UonononI t Iteame froai~a mlcroillmn NEW
boUe into a v e r y - ^ ^ K H
to b . A ad if you e re r h a re Ued
in tte
tte 639
539 im utua l savings bank* in
d from
technical InsUlutefl In
fish.
from aa Polish
P<
U.S
.S.. el
climbed to a record »33.• Uilng w r i t t e n .
into
to aanythin*
n y th liu bigger th a n a minnow
IV where
ttttee U
in
where ItIt waa
w« designed, he said.
‘2
) 1711} U my way of
^gu wUi
wUi undenland
und'
I>unda*
tt- w a s '•suggested*• 170.000,000
170.000,000 during th e tlrst nin e
I you
w h at Hetnlnc**
Dundas said
i
*. apprittdilny hit
rltl: g -ab o u t—W hso -y o au th
o n tts Uili
thU year, t t e NaUonal As*
f -p a n
rmm thee m onths
' wway-U-W
a y -ls-w rllln
thfatt-a
*«lBU6n-ot-Mutnal-8BVlng«-Bank*1 review of ItoM t ,
K«u»«»» ■
th is story,
it<
Of
re a d .this
can you feel t t ee Boae
soae ofof Uth» plaaa and tall rocket•i soclatkin
reported.
« engines
ay be used to cushion ttee hha*
w report*
‘ Ssun?
enginesmma
!
? .7 ^Doy oyour
£ arms a w e like those
Tlie 16S2
o f th e old man achesf
plane aats l It
plane
l letOea stra tg h t down to0
'*?£.., Increase to Bepl. 30 was
I
I have read a t leatt 100 r*vlau-s• ■ T h a t Is Ihe
ihl answer to *Tlie Old
lim o o o .0
I tth
t ee ground.
Iim
.o 0ft0 . com pared w ltt a I5«l,ground.
OO.TK
n Increase
rcporled for t t e
» of the b o o t All of the revlewera' M
Man
«n and
and Uie
Uie Sea." K e w ent flahlng,
t. Ttie
000.T
K)O
Inct
TTie G
Oerm
en ans e x ^rlm enled wlUirt O
bUUon dollars on production of two hava dlfTei»nt
» „ t . minds about w h lt h o' a n d had
v . ^ a. desperate
,
it first nine rm onths of 1B51.________
struesle allII aa almUar
almllar Idea
1< d u ring t t e war.-bul
Boelnc A l r p l m s e company Jet• «,o,ethlnt
iiiry ln g to say. ln th eb a lU eb e tw ee n‘ because
i»ecau*oofUii
of the great gift of ilarraUvee ttttee only
only such
su plane ttc y turned out
bombera.
• the
boUegreat
Into marlin
«<
and Uie old m a n .■ th
« ,.*
Hemlwn
dislntergratad in th e air, D uad u
a t Hemingway
has.
dislntergrat
u ia me m arlin rep*;
0- ^ bold of me to even
One reviewer
WeUwood BeaS, aenlor Mea pietl«. thlnc
w rit
Iut ^is pretty
n said.
•
j
resented
l- is te n t o .
■'dent of th e tlrm . aald today the. ThlJ
U mylove,
wi the shark represented^ ■srtta a b o u t_ w h at_ th e _ m a n haa
^
*—
haU, ;the-Jold .manTrepresenUd-fc % ritlen“= ^
-b u g e-e* p e B d ltu te-w eu ld -b e -c h an r. approachlns.
^ = r t B ’f o l l b w i n g ^ ^
yseled Into production ot th e B-41t dying
review world,
of E and (he y o u n j boy
for youth Ulumphanl.
• ------\ and
Jet bomber»-<ach capable stood
H em lnnnj-f
OUiers
* ^ 4.
•'of carryfnr Uie • K m boinfc Uow-I Ute
B it." chose lo ice th e fish a s
a i demon.
Uie fhherman a s lis h t
- tnr, he did n o t know th e le n fth.- and
have reai
POCATELU). Oct. 37 WWThe
R P O
and Uie open se a th e
^
c f time over which Uie expendltura of thelove,
b oot
y £lty_of.Bhckfoot.has_a»kedJ5ls_lrlet
g rea t-b
arm -w aste-u p o n -w h leh -th e ------t l j l P p r
i( ' would be spread or other details, : hava
dlfTei»n
' Judge H enry McQuade to dlsm tu
Beall u i d th e el(ht-JetB>83 “out*. human
ls.tiyln(world
t o u UdrltUng today.
.
WASinNOTON,
Oct.
37
W
-U
lO
7
'.
.
wn
M ONDAY
” a suit brought by Ray Holmes
perfonoe the B-47 In every reepact*1 theI could
tr e a t soon
ma for 17 pages-luoUng
.rV foot rs e a u u ra n t owner, ques- 7:15 PA
Blackfoot
PAI.
what
rtvlevers read In H em lne- offlclal reports on final rejlJlra** m
I. over K L IX
T U s followed a reoent announea*I you
One
review
tfaniH* contUCudonaJKy
co
- of-' the
T
ftne
story. To hold a book. t » n j In itir
' 7e' s U ta b e o » H o i7i ^ * . *-■ ttonlHl
T he
he Jin
Jfm -B ehiiam Story
a e n t by BoiwaU U Q U p«tric,,un. way*
reMsitod
love,
:
840
Uie
esUmaUd
number
of
pern
,
,
,
J
L
,
t
,1
* Blackfoot slot licensing ordinance.
s8:10
;io P
p yMs . over K T FI
Job a man h a . to te e ®*®
- d e r « c t e l a n r ’o f ’ W ir,-tlia t= tJ » -» trravlnrlng
hate, ^tbe-.ol
: sons who have qualified to vote in
w
S w id B Will h e a r arguments on
McQuade
in
fo n a a oa about y o u r,.
InfoitnaU
• force already h a d aeeeptad 'aeTeral deeper
dyin* Uian
world, Uie p rin t 1 w ould
naUon on
on Nov. 4.
gueu Uisl the fln t review w ritte n “th'ee nauon
, ,u
t t e, request n e x t Thursday. Me*
iiepublU
Republican County Candidates
'
T his U a nel Increase of 5U388® Quade has granted Holmes an In- o:30
8:30 PAI. over K LIX
: •over
f
"
1
v I ' - .earlier
S . V unofficial esUmales,* !jV“
JuncUon ag ain st tho city preventSenator
Sen
ator McCarthy
horse bui u a free wild sp irit ot made by sU te officials a n d olher Ing him from belnic prosecuted on
t t e Associated P r e u Iasi
» youUi Uiat hsd been tamed by r e -. eources for %
^ a charge h^ a v io la te d 'tte ordlninca
T U IS D A Y
i aeUonariej.
,
- .
by keeping kayi to h is slot machine* 77.(0
; » PAJ. e w & J X
» I never read a review of Uie R over
^ aod openU it ona of Uiem.‘sisenhw
Slsanhower
I boy booka but I'd bet a doUar som a, . 8 I0C0 Uiea, offlcUl resUlraUena
,
h
av
a
been
completod
by
New
York.
T
jr»
n
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Arkansas and READ ^TIM8 S*NeW8 WANT APS.
were-whcJesome stories w ritten f o r., 2Oreeon.
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Time to ba announced—X LIX
I IJJ.
U d n . i t t m m o ii.li.1 New Jersey.
^ T h eir oinclal Teglstrallon figures \ i W W J
Senator Nixon
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hundred” B-47s.
........... r atood,
« V H |K ^
men *ho never have m et. Jersey 3,7i0,770, a record high (up
8:00 PAI. over KBK?
Beall said SeatUe'a Boelaf . planUI alUiough
O th e n cho
I
S'OOPAI.
do. I Uilnk
“m e Old Man an d, 180,73fl): PcnntyJvanla 5440,OM
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already wera looUng up f o t produe- ahimdemon,
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(down
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and
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a
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S6S.383
Uie Sea"
_ tto a j9(J h e B.83. Slated for produe-. and
love, itata fUhlng story w ritte nJ (down BOB).K ^m r- 1
by a man who knows fishing a n d
Uoa of th e T B ^ n n B T B o e ln g plant,’. great-barrtn^ -»
_ _ _ _
: c sirw riW -ab m itit-llk rT io -tm w lser — r 3 ~ r ^
■ Jencno,
Jericho, m
Ihe walLi of which wera
. Oa., and D ouglu, T ulia,' Okla. Aii) Hemingway
I oould ro Is
< nol'Uie greatest deep1 destroyed
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by
Joahua,
according
lo
sea what
flshennsn
la Uie w o rld -h e
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- are- scheduled to begta producUoa1 you
rtvl
S Jh k, li
is now a vlUage in Jor» can ^ match Kip y srjln sio n. Io r° ^I h e BUuf,
tnsunce—but nobody In the world
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Stocks of Wheat
Are Near Record
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M u y OTereew
Bolh Penn*ylv»nlt *nd C»Ufoml»
U t.1 require t h i t » w rrlcem M m u k
hU baUot on or before elecllon d*y.
Kov. 4. THe exlfii Ume 1* aU ow ed^r
i n -re lu m ln * balloU Irom overaea*., Th« _ .
, ^
u n
army « ld m at, on Uia aTerase. ^ I f
-y V * 5
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of any iiaU'* aervlcemen are
v,*jfeapg
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tiosed overuaL
m
Four oUier lU te i alio haTe lata
W l (Jejdllnu for aecepllns abMnlea
H I ballola trom O Is away from home.
K T V
H I TOey are Nebraaka with 23W0 m ra
^ t fflT
In H rrlc* «iid « <le«Ul£e of X or. J);
■ . . i m o d e W and, 31.000, D « . 4; N oitoI
W I .- D a k o U 13W>. N ot. 34, and W aih - ,
' n i Injton 44;poo, Nov. 14.
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Bolh Oallfoml* and Pennaylvanla,
'♦ | r - * a c h w ith S3 elecloral voUa.-haT#I
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. i h ? 2m S
T he ddeath
e ath ra to from h e art dlsaaaa j n S f c m
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11 iSt iDosbU Or Hetfclac
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nearly 400 per
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and -diabetes
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dJ««« Btl) iM tes* III I N m bw li. IbrtH i
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cent higher.
higher. yatU e* a re mora subliit« Ooa
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j*ct-to
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H«wi 4iOO iW«le«D« T n .tlft.
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Via*
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and stayed
sU yed a t norm al weight.
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SpMck t i 0 'LcstUs Farwnt
denied
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dirtied
b u t o n c e-fa t women was 30 7X>0
n . lii
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per
cent lov
low er th a n among- Uie wo*
’SiOe
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p«r cent
•Town
liCO *L«»«n n»om4i.
m tn who 1sU yed. oveni'elght. F o r aJ lT
‘Chn HuaUw
ilsh
Silo sAmtriuB C4T»ki4<
■ t
W _ men
iiss *Chrt
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ISiW rn 4 4 r Uanla — |l\1
reduced mi
men; • th e mortaUtjr r a ta - titO'lKultaa
i .t a - i ^ i t Uwk. ]r.' 4: 0 *l>opt«
Pnar
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"duced
Itoht M4l»Jlw
11 IU s«»w» ina aii» OH
V m
lOddts yilMcn
ftalle
ISiSO Suifisbl
U4I«11m
was 50
30 per
per c en t lower.
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was
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Obesity ecan be a social and Job
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handicap,
I r. D ublin added., J-at
people m ay bo self-contclous, syb*
JH a m o u s N e g r o
- - — -------------people
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S F
B UUR^I£ 7 . Oct. 37—T he Minidoka
je rt to ridicule.
F a t girls have lest
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a n d O attU county Farm ers Dnltm
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chanca of m arriage t t a n slender
. _ ha* scheduled a meeUn* for 8 pjn.
ones. And bossea
m ay prefer hiring
JP H J
1
* 8 Monday a t t t e G uild hall a t Rupert.
slender folks
folk in preference to tubby
HOLLYWOOD.
Oct. 37 Ifl-A ctretssst
one*.
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HOLLY
ones.
-----------------------------.H atU e U.H atU e WcDanJei, the "Beulah" of
rad io a nd UlevUloa a nd an academ y _ | ■ _
sward-winning movie actrasa, died
S im day of cancer. She wa* 57.- •
, .
O
nines* foreed her re U n n e n t from
N U
7
^ th e '•Beaulah" ahow more t h a n .*
POOATHiLO, O cu 37 C H -a ra a t y e a r ago. ITie ahow continued o n
POOATH
'■=
L. Stowell.
PocaUllo,
presldm
l
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f
^,<110
tbr<
Slowell,
t rad io through ute of transcrlpUon*
Jl
Idah o T rustees a s s ^ U o n■n.. o f h e r vol
tttt e Idaho
voice.
J.\
t«port* hi*
hi* orraniaaU oa will *poa^
l y u McDaniel
j^c
I
reports
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Mf**
wa* the f l n t mera* •
move to increase t t e lU te5’s* b^ e r c f ttt«
\
eor a mova
t e Ne«ro race to nsceive -a n I W
I n if e ^
I
u m
share of th e m inim um school academ
academyy award, won la 1938 lo
r
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program by abo u t four million dol>1* portraylnj
portraying S c w lslt O lla ra '* matn*
R
-B e s t
—
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la n a year.
m y In “O
“Oona W ltt t t e W iod." "
He said th o tnistoe* group wUI
ill
jo'
T h e Jovial
aetrett toi* p a rt tn
IJV aS
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present a b m u i th e 1855 Idaho lew s- some
jomeSOOi
£
i i e n d l ™
I
900 movlet. btglnnlnc b e r film
fl U
_ lature providing for such a n in^ - c aree r In 1831.
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MniM biUotf (roin-M T T lom tn -cft ^
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two PITOUJ iU t«»-C iilU om l4 w d
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R . U r n raJ a v M m e o! th e Jiof. 4 ja t t I
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JIP _tod»y.
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f l i counltd M U ie M No». 3l In Penn•tji -rtlT U ilt. NOT. M I* Ihe deld llM for ... _ .
r t - - reeeivln* »nd ttbuU U ng im l c e m
m cn'i btllou.
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n l
I f the elecllon U extremely ctew.
lU the eolilleT to w ta P e n n i j l » ^ *nd
E \ c»ltromi» could u p tf*
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lU ta 'f » elector*! TOtei wouid %
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f f i r c*ft fo? Oot. AdUl B. BleTen»n, the
i l .Dcmoer»tle e*a(Udile. « ; D w lfh tp .
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By Her P a re_nf ts
e e tin g
_________ _ ,
F A L L S . ID A H Q
. P A t n 'W i f i
Events R eported
ed M e tlio d ist WSCS
s e s Sliirley Johrison,
;on, Election Dintlferst
C alendar ^
___ For G irls' Units
lits
C ircle O rganizec
nized Burley M an Wee
Wed
P lan n ed iri Arei
SHOSHOKS^Rebekah Ipage will
.. II
HAOERMAN, O ct. 3 7 - a r c l o No.
D i4 -y -. -J O U X T U E , O ct, 3 T - 4 t - ^ n
I l l e y of to e M etoodlst Woman's
fioclet
m eet a t B p .m . Tue9day ■
’ES!
a t the
in M agic V alley
SrS.'!:.;
In H eyburnki Ri;
K i t e u la r.o c e u o g Of t&a U a y f lo n r B
C hristian S ervice w uI organlied
organlu
U r. and Mra. Henry F . Stockam
skw np,
p. l o o p halL
AcUvlUes of C am p P lre O}|rU
lrli and
HEyBDRN, < iet 2 7 - m le
e hhooii
o o ie o f bekah lodge t a ^ e e k . p U ^ W
le home (of
Stlm neon.H(>vpeon.n
Bxda t o ■ m a 'l t m e h e e a n a r 't t
Twin PalU. have Announced
!d the
th e
* *
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S lu e - B lr d - m m iw have ixfi, rrer-­ W ednesday e v e n ln g ’s t toe
on local U n . O. R . E w a r t w lto Mrs. H an
b «vrs
KUIBERLY—T be D o rc u cd la
a nn of ported by Mr*. N. O. JohnMn,
ik w r td lM
for electloa jo d g ti ta ^ M U r
c—l i . m aiTlaseof Iheir d a a g h te r.-B«arrb
a
.
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•“ evening
'>« 0^
S
tarbuck
conducUngthe
meeUni \ u i Saturday
U lr Uie Kimberly MethodUt ehureh
irch wUI Oamp P lre director.
B meeung'
of U
to S r •« » o « n w t t N o t. 4. A i n e n l e e i
Margaret Stockamp, to P a u lI C lati
rp
erouD
‘
u
lste
d
by
M
n
.
Jo
h
n
TOwnseni
Buak. meet a t 3iS0 pin. Tuesday’ a t the
toe
W alayonaliaya Cam p Plre irroup
’ ’ Raliton, ton or Mra. Jo h n O eI Buak.
Townsena. gninddaughter, ahW ey Mf aayr JohDJol
«** sppotated, with
uiocUUon.
rch last
, r . i r San Mateo, callf., and th e u ue JJoo h n home of M n. 0 . S. SwUn.
m e l a l Prcibytcrlan cliurch
latt WSCS president.
aoa, daUBhttr of Mr. and, ^M n ,A r . Lester U n e a a a c h alm a a. O tU
^ H r S ^ t w l ttm l-u in n sl
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n
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a
n
d
y
wt-T
electe
v r t l e c ^ ih u r E. Johnson; B u r l^ , and
and Ja
Jaim ei
Raliton. T h e couple waa m srrle
rled
d in
to —
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w e e k -b e fo re -g o ln r to T o n -n o n i:
^ K i g < ^ n U t i ( ID tb e
tri-niifv chnlrm an: Mra. p rsn lc Myers, .de
SH O SH O N E -R ebekah elub
Jub will where m e m ben learned to Identify
t ' - J : ; St. CaUierlne'i c h u re h -la BQuurlln.
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7 . 1, tam e. CiUX.. by th e RCT. F a th eur m eet;ac 3:30 p.m . Wednesday
sday a t eight flow en for a n honor. They
[lirKiJon T upper,-sec re ta ry. '
the home of M n. Leonard DaughJohn Shanahan,
D augh- slio tang songs u n d tr toe dlrecUon
certinony w u perform ed
flireeuon
se le c ts ! "Dndentand
co- o f U n B . B. Griggs.
h g ru
T he brlde'a ballerina le n fthI gown cn y . U n . C.- W. Owln wUlI be eoCarter,-Burley,
m o-W re in S -H lC -JJlblsH JO T -toe.ceurK -S
U fte
S S O . o £ - * h lu .u e « .o v a r -b o u f fa a t-u
n etsu - hM tett.______ ____________________
aiudy-aod~lh«-hex( meeUoi waa ae
, a. _ —
— • — ♦ ---------------■ ■ m - w aa.atyled-wllh long aleevM a n d -a
----------- group c e le b n te d 'to e lr -f in r y e a m n
JM*U n . W ard Beck, n e dum er.' ,..
.
fw
Nov.
3«
a
t
th
e
home
of
Mr;
tU w
as
P I L E R - P u t M atrons club
high' neckline. H er iUualon tcU
was
le of M n ^
cloie friendi were guesU.
lub wUl
will Camp Plre laat week wlto a birtoPred
Roberta,
B
llu
.
Boto meals v U be aerred la O s
Is s n d m eet a t 1 p m . Friday w ith
P f W held by a band of teed p e arls
to M n.
n . day dinner a l to e home of KaUe
o^r<T
r g ai;r.<i<r
n
M wnff
U « - DO" M a rU n WU h otleu tto jow n-.fuhloned w lto a bailer
■ H she carried a w hile o rch idI s u rr - E arl O. Waller. A no-host: luncblunch- Ahd’e rson, The group danced,
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ednesday
aftemoo:
^ e s t S 1 ^ p u t vresleon Wiu be eerred and a buslneai songs and played games. Mrs.
■ B rounded by white ite p h u o tisK.. m te d bodice. sw{
2 ‘ a ler
■ »«bool s u p t H arrty U . Otroi
^ ^ • and Mrs. L eons Rom er in
in dd M
Mnn. h e art neckUne and puffed
B i
AoiU Malatpina. N ia cra PsUa.
Palla. Mstlon wUl follow. ' . Ja m et Brock U to e guardian.
2
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h
o w « is n im .“G ovan im eo lliT o
o ’under
E > 9 Ontario, was maid of honor. Wru
illiam
iism
* ♦
*
lesion oon H er lUk net veil, edged w lto w
W ashune Camp F ire group,
under Townsend p re se n te d toe lesson
B u stneta.~ ltetr«hm eD ta«M aarT
^ H r . £ B s a •o i« “
U H Raliton, Laa V egu, w u b e at m suni
RAiLEr-^Thfl Relief society
dety ef
e f le sdenlilp of toe guardian. Mrs
M n. JJ. Africa,
wblc& lefth ^ ’ of
of
PO“ P elected. Mrt. Welle
h B
f o r . h it brother and O alifo
tfonnila
ils to e LDS church plana to bold sa o . Atoworto, w ent to toe homo
w « io lWke Orlbble eecretory s n d voted
at
K S frtenda of the b rtd ee m m u th eere
«4 to
4Q hBAte
tb iytanlham im a cenle
red .
itak e unlon'meeUae (or all oCflten
o ffleen B h ^ R^ed l « t w eek to r am hike
centered
, ,
• —. • •
rv frt
meeU ngt s m o n to loocompUle
complet w lto red roiebuds.
fO m
A reception followed a t thtie
e D e and teaeh en h e n to e aflernoon
noon of Mjd horseback ride. Shelia> »served
won by M i^
i . u uu - th e study. T lie n e x t teuion
b
H a S u lk home.
Nov. 8.
iMi will be
Loi, .Woods, View, s nnrt
d Xi
refrethm enls. M n . Edsel Hale
**' held.tha-evenlne-of-U ov,#..:!^----- w n n , . O ct. a 7 ^ -K n .ita y .l3 C T
TV_____ U r. an d M n . B alito n a re mnaking
ik tn g . .
-----Johnsan.-bro to e r:o filh * -b rtd e ;'
sisted-M rs.-A shw orth; ^ -------------^ K i f S l t o ? r C b i U i f r'-« a! «e - — M A E -E L IE A B erS-M A B T IN —- Uielr home In Burlingame, C alif.,
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te r w h o i t e a i - t o the:U i«p:C W
IV Camn
T- M s r tin , Red1 Oak,
O O O D m G -6 o n »li club mn em ben
Oak. la
U , {ended toe couple.
M emben of W aweetanmay
Camp
iiu een.
n.
(SU ff «Bcnvliif)
^ K f l o i r i B « « . H *w
Ie cho* a. Community ehtb Tbuiadsjr a td
after a .wedding trip to C:armal,
arm el, will vUlt the Snake JUver poUery
T he motoer o f toe bride
pottery p ire group, under Ieadenhlp.ooff M
Mrni .
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* ^ B ? u rtie a «
» n i* U^ . A
Calif.
T uesday.-Tbe group will m
eet a t R slph Bacon, decorated toelr
^
B o f tn aa a
Irm
e e t*
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blue crepe afternoon d r es u and
an^ a
meet
meet“f S t to U n- Jo h n
lm ..
lU tant hoeteaa.._ll w u daddsd^
I
T h e bride, who w u g ra dluu a te
tedd to e club rooms a t 3:30 p jn . ssccord1^
conage of w hite csm atlona.
c ^ - la g room in preparation for a IJal(C
from . Twin Palli high ic h o oill a n d Jng to Mra. W. 0 . Webb, president.
IS
A reception foUowed ^to ee m« - ehtjige th e da te o ( tb e n e x t meetti
resJdeai. Jowten p arty a t to o Bacon home.
' f j tbt tnterUUim ent ^
'.
to Nov. u . . M n . L . B. T U k>-ta
- Midwestern ooUege a t K anaaeI C ity,
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V
. •• T he p arty will h onor toe lr group's
y ^ ^ « ? u r Seboddt. Burley.
employed by Pan-A nuerlcui
derotloDs a n d conducted'w ntea
.erlcsn
Newcomen club luncheon w in be »Pon*ors and to e teacher, Mrs.
^ rO U S
■nie bridfr w u graduated fi
[aw c^
>ir». John Htwe*.
World airlines In Ban pyanclsco.
nclsco. held a t 1:1S p A . Saturday ii nn .. to
toee U oyd J u n e s.
T,-,- Burley high tchool In M S I H
H ee rr hh u a . W lnnen w er» .U ra .U D. M ajor ai
c»llen. r ^ t n
,
PAUL, O ct. 37—M rs. NetUe
PAI7L, Oct. J T - M r . an d U
ra. Her huiband. a graduate o f B
Mra.
Bur*
w ^.tch«
k S o K M n . Charie* HUl. u r - TUrf club. ReierraUoni m
be
i marrie
™ Bry
%
band attended toe Buriey
May
y be
T he W lwata C am p Plre group
UurtAixh; U n . Henry
,
troup of
ot jon and David K rs u a w en
,.M n .Im e ty .W o o d ra ffw lllb e iw
M artin announce theI en>
e n - lingame high ichool, atten d e d S a n m ade by; contacUng M n . Richard
m d ia r d Buhl mado a n a tu re trail which
was
l i c ^ M last Friday evening a t to t home o
U M atto en * x tae eU n K ,B isJ ited l
sagem ent o f tb e lr daughter, U
Mse
ae Mateo Junior college. He now
‘OW la Montgomery, telephone 3:S8-R
e.-R,,.or
or carried o u t by to e T andaluta
group u,g bridegroom's aon-ln-law ani
ta group
E U ubeth M arUn. to Velty lin
s y , employed In Burlingame. '
Llnsy,
M n O. B. McKinnon. 699-M.
HopUna.
IiiT
u .™
T bo ^ newlyweds wUl mtake
ake th
t t e ir ^
l u t week a t Clear lakes.
uph M
* '. ^Boto daughter, M r. s n d Mr*. Ralph
an ere
« »
«
U niy,
Among thoae a t th e w eddingf w
were
^
* ton of U r. an d Mra. J . R . Llniy,
h ^are gem .
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groufu held an outdoor meaL ?T,‘'®
he tou- by toe Rev. K . K . Maler..
i K . t S f T a t ^ crookod jB w r * .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P . Stockam
J u m pp,,
JE R O M E -B eu- sig m a P•hi
h i win
win gusrdlans. M n A rt Loch and U n .
■f®
TTie ceremony w aa performed
u ^ K J z T n ^ o n n r d Intoi S(oa>
■omi’ed be
be‘
duate T w in F’^ . p t n n t s o f thaJK lde.
1«.
m eet a t 8 pm , Tuesday a t toe
home z . J. Kendrick, accompanied
le
the
I
T
he
W
d
e
^
e
c
t,
%
1950
gr*duat«
lied
toe
t
o
e
,
drap
ed
picture
wlndm
of ehrjton- ^
I window,
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tently
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SHO6HONX. O c t 3 7 - t f r f ea
or M n 0 . A. Vlnlng. AatUtlng
n g M n girls w ho also were conducted
'
of Paul hl<h ichool. U preaentir
mductea f la k e d by bask,eU of chrytantoe
in e d
U rL OrrlUe Jone* entertained li
Vlnlng win be U n . Max Puller
Her and torough to e power plant.
emplored by tbe Oolden Rule alore.
mums and greenery. T he tapers wer
OeU 37 - -n it Womi
M n . Adrain Van Hook. Program
W oman's
P surprise party for thi
Program
GlrU of toe W atalukl Camp
Fire ughted by S hirley Clark.apertw ere
1680ED
]Rupert. H er fiance Ij a p arte fore*
« P Fire
partU lpanU will be M n Robert group have been on two hikes and
“ “ • 13to birthday *
' M ^ ^ f l - A m i r r i m( tUu*
- | man ■a t O am ertn'a, I n c , alio a t
*ed bbyr her
of ChrUtlan Serrlce t
T he ooupJe - rs a attended
he
5
0
n
Burki,
M
n
Pred
Blemons
and
r
t
n
d
U
tield
trips
conducted
by
Mrs.
Woody
y
th
e
B
a
p
ert
Mr
snd
T
h
u
r
a
^
afternoon
a
t
to
e
home
of
r,
son-in-law s n d d aughter, Mr. a n
l^ K riB D c d l^ u n d iy br th e I
_ , Van Hook.
Reed. T hey w ent to
Alice
park
rence
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T
k
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a
K
U
n
c
.
,T?fta
P
a
lia
J
c
V.■ ' , '■
lice park j^ n .
,’P a u i j t “ f 'r . A M v S l f F 'r t t o 2 ^ . 1 *
- SHOBKOHE, Oct. 3 7 -M r» .. fflale
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-------------------- sn d to to e filte r p la n t- B o fle r Sweet Carraway and Ralph Anderson,
Sn.
K
raus
eleeUoa.
day
d
in
a
e
r
1
bot&. Je
J eTr ' ^ Q «t n o n n U k
. h e r wedding, to e new U n . Krau
th
'• bbo to
HA ILEY -M r*.-O rville Bowlden.
lowlden. ile m b e n o t to e C anary Blue
Bird chose a dusty ro se la c e drets
* rer
^eSn
r o r th e P m th a t C t i Z
Byrap BaUon. Globe Seed. Adr.
rets and s. Juncheon Nor. 4 a t to e? *O
lue Bird
Shoihone, were m a n led T h u“rsd
“ o“iy. president of toe Relief society
of group held a HsUowcen parly
:lety ot
a tt uie
too conage of ta lls m s n rofei.
Bray
building.
DevoUons
werewere
led
'
P h o n e 45S, ..
,y
a
------- I a t the home of her bw ttier, M r, a n d to e LDS eliurch, h u announced
nounced Presbyterian church. Mra.• .rrw
Prank
jp ssing
ln ^
T js
I. as receput
FoUowlng tb e cerem ony,
recep by M n . Sue Coon. O roup
M n. Jake Boldc, BoUe. A M
M ee th
th -- th a t toe innual Relief society
ity con- Haynes Is toelr leader.
bree-UerS ^
oonducted by M n . AI
. .
tlon w u held. T h e toree-Uer©
o dltt m in u ter read the lervlce.
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, ference will be held to# erenJng
rnJng of
Lucky Blue B irds m e t a t the home wedding cake w ss served1 by Mn
P
A
P
E
R
M A T E PEN
Mra.
H
ardin
and
M
rt.
R
ay
O
lark
1
The bride wore a r u it color ss ir
tree ee tt
j a t the church. A program
>rogram of toelr leader. M n . BUI Reid,
wlto
10 Bohon,
ild. w itn M a n to n a n d M n . MUo
BohoE accompaaiit.
lenglh taf(et« dress and a ta lism an is being outlined by toe Belief
G o ld S t a m p e d W ith - Y o m
lo-- Roialle Bishop acting u hottess. daughter of to e bridegroom,
Uef to
By ANGEU
,N G EL O PA T R I
rm, pprwld
r^d /
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rote coruge. Mra. Fred G eh rig . gjjfy g en en l board of S alt
It Lake Games, group singing and
jg jg
N am e, Ju st
id rides
u ,j p u n c h bowl.
— ' Bhoshone, w u th e brlde'a a tte n -.
were featured.
T h e oouple la residing norto o
^ K C T c T u r o r f m Kone acU
i rltr helpe a lot. *Xook. T ree lelet t d a n t Jake Boldt was best m a n ^
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Ig
litp
to
Annalee
A
nlela.
dau
g
h
ter
of
h
e
r
o
f
U
r
a
.
$ 1 .6 9
Paul following a wedding trip t<
mBther. She U
U 0 Uie
t clock M th a t It wlU rln s when
when h e r other brother, to tils B
oldt,
BoWw
HAOERMAN - U rs. C h a r l e s
Anna Anteln, Twin F ans, reeec
m e n the h an d t g e t to th e tim e. See
«e ifif Burley, gave, her In m arriage. '
Blaekhart, e ., chairm an o f ' toe
modeled In a style show g t m
J . H l i r i G ift S h o p .
f ^ K M l i e r metl<
;
I be>
be- you
can have >uur cereal eatenn by
by
O ther guesta from BhoehoaeI w
w ere
ere j,etne demonitratlon council.
I i uu
il.
-h
CAREV.
Oet.
37—A
leston
on
toe
Colorado
Woman's
coUeg*
a
t
Di
n te rr the
ttm i tb e bell Hngs, c r even
00 ip p tre st lnt«rr
t
even D etm u and Marlene C arraw
tJ S t
Tte d er B a n k A I t u i t PhoeaVW
T ay
. ', announced to a t a tailoringg class life tn d wrtUngs of Sam uel Taylor
n n r
w . w htr# the is s seniorr ratade
w ith fhlM rfn nf th«
talHB bbe e f the hell.- Buny youraelf with
I ^ E L i i ptnU ilni but tAkes
tiwwi. fo
OPZK FRCDAITKVXNIKCM*
- *Utr^
“ • * -wlll-begln-NevrlrlnstnicUon-wlll-br
.\T “i l , l l j a ’i w t waa heJd a t s dinner
; r
-wlU-br o o i a a ge w u p re se n te d - a t ifi?
^ ^ K . « 5 irA ' tpooiiful
i
ul o rf aomethlng,
E ut'keep an eye on Je
Jenn-- viola McKendrlck. .
thaa aa
300 ^ students,
. given by Helen U m precht, Ooodlng
Joodlng R«uer toclety m aetlng l u t week, . HANSEN, O ct. 37—More> than
■K ZHtBts'hcrm ouU i t n Id I^bee nie
n an d the clock an d reml^sd . an
a ndd
The newlywedi will be a t h om e In
nner and —
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e
n
t,
T
h
e
lesson
w
u
presented
by
U
n
.
lh t giM i tb
o u t encouraire
e
tbout
h e r to keep tim e vlUm
) it.
tt. Shoahone followlntr a woddtng tr ip
Mintei^~ ftj-K
t a m r u m eHUflrth a re likely to need
neoff to northern Idaho. He Is em ployed
jloyed ested in Joining toe class aree aiked
asked jjr a . Vincent O lsen, M n Clyde
H r { o tt! v lU ^ - W o r J i ] ..b
E
, b u t marked
rhythm t« help them ke«p
keep, b y -th e.b u reau .o f.lan d .m an ag em
,n Mm
tm een
n t to-co n tact-U rfc-B U ck h a rt-b-before
e fo re stew art. Mr*. L y n A dam ion.
M n. cnurch tsyTtje w o m a n i oooety^oi
H i ^ t «f (in U b liv' .h
t
h e r Ume
with themMlvei. A ip rlsh
tly , office here and ahe will co nU
ghUy
Alma C hristian w rv lc e . T he ptoeeedi
lU nue jior. l.
Stanley DUworih s n d U n I. Alma
her.** m
VonU* T u . mother.'*
Barch record helps to ip eed them
th em teaching Ihe second grade a t th e
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estim ated a t a b o u t t300, wUl
.tu go
ID toto 123 SH O SH i
Peck.
a gay eoof record th a t m lark
ark ss ,Shoshone Lincoln school
^ K e t m ^ t 10 I CUI clean alone;
a
hjin n iJi
'' '
iriod
Uie purcha se of n « fr hjinnali
Following to e lessop period, aa
■ork.” Ume
In ipeedy rh y th n u I t a great
^ K ^ u d n t ffl * ‘th m 7 vork."
t
^
to p s
¥ ♦
♦
alnBlng m o to e n chorua pracUee for th e c h u r ^ ^
Y O U RI “‘«G I R E B N S T A M P ”
onful help,,
too. T h in k how a b an d helps
H ib ih c r.' Another (poonful
t
I J
BURLEY. Oct. 2 7 - M n . B
Robert
obert w as conducted by U n . Leon Peck,
m arch. A meUxiDome
■ k ba ooulh, t)ut o nlry to eol41«ni,on.the
•
H
|
le ld
H
j l
S T U D IO a n d C A M E R A S H O P
ek a t s
tf. ^
If.
lU
M errilt w u hosteu l u t week
^ ■ n t O t ^ md by, m other aet
• n e ar the child a t work will help
jo in
m - bridge party honoring Mrs. Pete
KIU B ER Ly, Oct. ^ - B I U HI io
^ iB ih i tttli t& d leave Jennie
t le t rhythm ic movem ent In , the
ennle to
l e S ---------PAU1» O ct. 37—Mra.-BUla-Nen- t ea «
hostess a t toe mee tin g o f
^C £iM s-potM uton.-B «for«
J
efore youn«iter.A Ume -ao iB e-m iu tt-b
cnper„
the Woman’s ChrUtlan T em
p cp - McCall. High tcore w u won
rlo H
er- ton and h e r m otoer, Mrs.
rs. Henry
Henrj
ren by
r u p h i T . OcL 37—M auriclo
Herin lu c h children. I tt reBtj bi<re tlnlihedI h e r fUmulated
f
iisalon M n . Accalturrl an d M n Zlm a nande* a n d 'J u a n V aldei, Paducah,
uducah. Manning, e n terta in ed wlto a lunch■ tsC B lT inffbtrm oC herralU
iIU qqu lr a effort and ta c t an d reaolu- ' aike union l u t week. A diecuaslon
I
S p i c i a i P’ r ii ec *n D u r i n g O c t o i x r
lalurday eon a t the M a nning home la st weel
T e r . were m arried l u t Saiurday
)0o n - Uon.
b u t ft call be. a a d ' baa b een , ' of lltiuor and Uie Kimberly ce o n - H aight received low score,
HQUnf. 'O db fpoont
th i %
n agn d
¥ * *
- m orning .a t to e -c o u n ty courtooiise
irtoouse for M n NcUson'a s u n t. M n. Vlolei
"
' ;munity w u
^ ^■ N H ;m novlt; nex tip>oono o n - done.
d
1 tb t jm q s -« i« a m v o n t
a A
V ito PTsnk r a e s ^ , justice o t th
thee Newmsn. S a lt L ak e Olty. and h a
w It”
It"
Ileason slao were featured.
^ ^ t e i t a « t h e v l t ; ewallow
¥
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lony. . daughter. Mra. B e r t Seedall.
Rupert
ILRnpert.
peace, perform ing to # ceremony.
Ci tn ti ll eonnimed.
HAOQIMAN. o c t. 37— Blrtoday
Irtoday ---------;----------------------;------------------«M«>tUl te
to m
•
CANDIDAII INITIATED>
^ ■ a )ai» U wld to putIt oa nn «|
HAIUCr, Oct. .37—One can dUiddate
a te snnlvenarlei of M «- MarUn
^ ■ i t tad n t. hrr rubberi M
and K
r M ; i - w ! d s s ! A s r , „. 2 i
"brSCured
p- — — — — — — — —
ter,
luiiiia WU Initiated Into B ethany c h a p te
r, r a n and EllU A lM were celebrated
to K itor piar the will f
m eet- l u t week w h e n jM n Mary Martin
I." T« o rd er:o f Eastern S U r, a t th e meet*
^ ■ ac c ie fiM c lo K t, la r them c\
e r- entertained wlto a dinner In to tlr
.i? In* l u t wedt. PoUowlns th e1 c er^ ■ ( U r tad look at theiti. B y w
q n o n y 7 T H ^ e m ~ ^ t t y w iia'h'lia
e ldd ,: honor.
^ K b i i n (cfln to ihe eoiU ^
^ ■ c t itit e r «lU |9 o n . Bhee re«
re- '
m F a U d i n i K m mmmM
StrP0 t D & e im I ( h i O f I O U U m
wob^ ^ l e i t a lome v elthtr prot><
Xaiopiitf O f Fooi’E m tf Tt Mdtt Normtl
^ ^ W B » b o d ru r< i* 7 o r pity’
p itys. - ^
X
f ia u
' ■ l . - t ; n there tUU7 Oet Inlo
F m m krn
^
Here-put I on th a t .
i^BT U tyourm ltteniandleave. I
1
H ini2 M 'm uitm oT eoniom e> I
H t e t« rtr thouih ihe - h u \
btr om . vhkh th s dem*
^ ■ « * t t ^ h w w i U - h u ' bteB
been ^
H ostess to Club
;*h“ : Mrs. B ryson Is
r*'X
B ride p f Kraui
M ae M artin T el Is
H er E ngagem ent
S urprise Party
Dinner Planned
‘S Elsie C arraw ay
Weds A n d e rso n
Yoi
/our Children
Student M odels
o’-tt!
Lesson Given
in
—A tten d -B o zaar—
l § - |- ^ t E E D O MM-PHOTO
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SHOI»^
I
lOSHONE ST. iilORTH
" ' G u esf Honored
Discusston H eld
L uncheon Held
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d ju s ts to your bustline, gives
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b o t iste'w
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pouad p*r a»otli| or
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u r ehUd's growto Ustosted.
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threaten
Thre
N a m p a Bbulldogs
uU (
Fini
Finish"
T o W r i t e rBlazin^
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up se ts, h e a te d rivalriea tn d heroii
psUSC
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US(
-
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j TTbb« A**eelal«d Pr«ki
eonfirence
football a e tp r e s a iv e ai t , t h e s t a r t o f t h t» B
B iig
g S
S iix
x eo
n
T h g K a m p ft B u U d o f« . u n im
lm prefl«tve
n fB h -ln -th e -w titie m -Id a h a Jiig lL
lo n .- h a v e c a u g h r f i r e a n d ,h. Ireh ar et eant e~i tr <t or ^^ t e - a - b I a g m g - f in iB h - ln - th e - i
sc h o o l lo o p r a c e .
, , , ,
Caldwell,
lo c k ed in a n - e a r l y M a s o n t i e wwiith
th C
ald w el: th e n w e rt cruBhed
I-
.
^
team s e m e rg e d t o ^ y w ith unbeaten
and unU ed^L^B
- T he lis t, t o p p e d V m v m m ijor (
.................
.•_ - Bm»llet
Sky
S k y M
n i^ S p a d s
..j
~
S
y ll
r E i S l E i S 3l rS ete,e n ^ fo r
I McEigm State
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jto KDA1
D A r, o c n a * .
^
lX S .J P A H g
Purdue Adds
Pur<]
Re-Matched
:;i O
u t s id e F ^ e s
-
z& i
:A
D ENV B l. O c t S7 tll-T W * U *U- f “ te. Ui
iUng week in- tb e SkjUne eootarwttl h u fite
Qr«f. ^ wttk.
• enee w
witith U n oX.fthp elgbt t*tB j UiU n u
m
matohed
atched In lnt«neetlenal tootboU Pid-lHfl
’ J; ■gafflM
o u u ld * th e league.
At leoi
l U j f l l V . 'u - : " : . , ; , . - ''
gome* 01
I n s t one e; th tu 1. . 1. H
tn t*
f*U-fn*n
'2J.:
HiB oin ia » * M n luU .ln.coatertnt*
W BBBT■
Tbo
•
play
p l a y ne
n ox t. S a tu rd ay wUl find.Wyo- ^ ^ * 1
OHIOAOO, o c t 37 O ^P u rdo aH
mlng ploying B righam Young at ^
'* •
' : fooUMUl team, aurprldngly good, la
^
Provo,
Provo. U
I U h . In the only c ontest'
•“ w l '.
« “n e i t t H
n j betU
nilnol*.
pUnned today for
k. ; . beat l nc
n* D
ll
jn w n j Jthe la ih»i V i ' S M
b a rin g on th e aUndlnga.
biaring
jfjwng
ext
t s d added strength
betora tangling next
h f
a
d
d
e
alren
k 't
Colorado A a n d M. w ith 'fe
ur
four
'**■ UH h i t ^ B
E i S aturday 'with th* naUon** top
ie 'I
k » t r H g h t win*, a p d U U h, wlUi Uirte.
tan Q H H
m ranked U am , undefeated Michigan
M are b « * .ta g atodff undefeaUd. TTiey
C o a c h J . A . B r o w n ’* b o y i loc k ed in a n
U.
■ 6U
SUU.
V\* m eel N or. S a t P to t CoIUna In at ; j ^ n » 'l ' C r« ,
r i ~ " W 0 got by eatu rd ay w ithout oor
»r
2 8-7 ’ 'b y " P o c a te l io i n * n o n ­
A ) gome expected to decide the con. **“ *•
$ tw
two
top
h*in>4Ckf, Phll.K lexek and
>nd
I*
o 'to
p h*l
<
^
ference cham
pion.
iuh f t,i n '? ! , n f l
c o n fe re n c e g a m e . T h e n th e
O g
p Jerry Thorpe,
HIi
Thori our *econd team tuU■hiu
* “•*' ^ mrriTlnj r ^ H
B
T he A g g le A -m t S a tu i^ 'y while
stu
baek. and.I
and.tw o Unemen,'* <«ach Stu
o ld m a s t e r p e p p e d h iu te a m P ^ F X . / a
. o f l i f l wRm back.
K ' UU
tahh eenl
n tertain* Colorado Unlvenlty r n e ttim - o r.tJ w .im L ^ ’™
em
Uj Holcomb asold. "W ell h a te them
t ip n n d th o B u lld o g s w o n fo u r.
ClS S:!
Jar O b io ^ B
SB W W ffg W
■
of the B
Big Seven a t S alt Lake City,
a b*ck
back next
next 'week to we ahould gain
tin
r;W .:L ' ' m Cj ;:^ ' v
■
ThU-U
one of th e regioc'* top
B t r s f g h t. f n c lu d i r jr t h e a m s s h T h iru be
\
:iK a little In *i]uad ttrength.**
^ H ljl
■
game* of
o Uie ye ar wlUi U U h bidIn g 39*8 v i c t o r y o v e r B a k e rU.
M
^
SUlli Holcomb, whose aquad pU y■
ding ta avenge a 64-0 laihlng a t s u m 1
~ lE O W ALLICK
' S performance" }r tro u as c ' ■ V B B K H | | M n p B |B w p * S s S 3 K ^ ^
- eed XIt« "best
ft t« a m - to u tis d a a o f .p o t e n t i aIl
■
Boulder a y e a r ago. T he UU*wUl be
’
' . . . UngleS'W lth Deh Klndrtd,!• Ing
j,,. nilnol* 40 to 13. bellered ' ‘weell
ll ■ S a n
O re g o n c h a m p io n s h ip c a lib r e . J Urm- rNew
T ^ iTork Negro j i * r in tbe j^T eminoI*
? !^ 2 tb e S id S a S S E M iM 3 U f ij^ ^ ■
striving
*trlvlng
im p r e u oUier Big Seven
our hhand* full."
The Bulldog, wiu i u » a aUrn• mala eTenl ef the weekly m at* • have
U . . membera
*iiut
‘
footun o b H
Une a g a l u t Callmemben w ith th e ir *bowlng against
’T’Thhey
Soothem (CaUfomla trim le ■eonI from ib
tb e ihrc«-yard
thr
‘
ey're
're a fast te am ," 'h e oold.
W iofh
Wingboek
Al C a m tc h ae l (Zl) ef
of Soathem
iest Priday n ig h t a g altu t Pexalello
■. . .'■ • I
Irlns
longut
vtnnlAr
d* Colorado.
l°”
l
a back.
pUyer* ahown Inelade
Colorado Rumoc* have been flying
^ e l e a . Alert Bear defen*« threw M m
back. CalHomU
CalHoi
d card a l th e BadIo BondevM arena* •T
heyT
se bi
»
d
f
a
ts
U
la
game
played
a
t
to
*
Angelea.
T
h
e
y
T
get
a
lot
of
speed,
good
It
nllht current u a to a Peni
in .th e Dl* 8 U Bwne c t th# w e edt Tuesday ,n ig
. h t T he affair Is a re-' defen*lve
«d Uiat
U h m ig h t be u k e d - o r might
Martoed (66). USO defeaUd
U ut U
UU
terback Bay WlUtey
(*J) and g n a r d1 Charlet Mai
defensive tj
tpeed, and wonderful perG
er- tackle Oerald
P « r y (741. floarterbock
Wl
a*k-U>
t^ e Big Seven.
* ""d
• n d Not
N o rih e M to k U h C sB
Ifampa now lead* th e loop ^ i hr match
,1 > Tof. , the
.
a * k -tb Join
,
two grapplen a fte*"
r- ^jnnel.
CalUeniU
lonnel. But
B ut weTe going td go all o5Ut
ut C
alU enl 10-0. (AP wlrephoU)___________ _
e n e.w ln -and no loase#:; PocaUllo
1- for
tor
J"* "* . V
---------------------------------------------------------------------U
UUh*j
U h'j- D on Rydolch passed>1 X M re d won from WaUIek l u t‘ to
to try
try to
to bi
beat Ujem. '
Qm
T ex u Bi»i« w ,
U aaoond w ith » 3-1 m a r t ••
\
wtptli by dlaqoaUflMtlon.
Uiree touchdown* ahd PuUbock^Don
’'We can't key the team for ths
KojtT .ftmoni ih«
A Nampa .vietarr would g ir t the
] A L lit^ *
Petcraen c hurne d through the Wyo- eleven*,
.t,v .n . h ivitij pUed
game,
becauae we're so t a oonfer* I | g
*
*
sam e, beea
mlng line In leading the UU* to
a
^
^
Bulldosi a good lead In t t e m «
|F ^
ence schedule a fter th a t But' weTe I J I
“ • In i£x jim u .
'9 ^ m
and would boot Pocatello from title
p .> r ^ r
37-31'triu m p h th a t *poUed-hemegoing to try to take it u It eome* ^
^
’f ' s tSeven
vlcwrie* - f o , ®
runnlng. The game will end P m If
mlng for 11.073 fan* at'U ram le,“' The
^ n E.
a n d do ereryUiIng we eon to win.”
k l» h o m i^ ! »
t4Uo‘s Big Bix aeason: Nam pa h u
K jjV .> w
Cowboy* dem onntjated a acorlng 8Ul«,
r . ' K.
„v l e l O
Both club* advanced Impressively ’ 1
Six
o rlJ llS i^ B
n t to m eet Bobe and Caldwell.,
f- m
1
punch
for
th
e
f
irst
Ume
In
three
QMnrU
OMrglii Tech,
toward Saturday'* m ajor battle, be- ,1
game* a* oophomore Bob Brush‘ and rCallfoml*.
.i i t n n
m
th# o n ly 'o th e r ■o o n f e r t ^
l
tw een a leam which ahare* Uie
OCLA.
Oeorge Q *lu*ka *hared- Uu boll- K.
» E,
w MltJOun S U U T ^ B J
n A i WOOD
w boD '
v a n
lUi
' - B y UAL
leaderthip 0of th e Big Ten race wlUi
^ H /f .
1
leadership
^ p a cPWWng
k i n g job.
8U
t5;-r
DENVER. O c t 37 (iB - Id*ho
i-Ne«* SporU
Sport* Editor)
DENVE
• ( F e m e r Tlme*-Ne«*
8ttt«,
TenneuM Tieh,
three wins
win* and no defeaU a n d a
f l Lf V
l J. fC l trl nU
U>««
- IMT l U
,
h
lc
l
Bengals. u llin
ling
g
■'
■
kansO*
ktnsJu ,s u te . o tU n
u a m which h u won 30 alralght
oA
a jNj F R A N C IS C Q , O c t. 27.
2T,(U,R)—
T h e ." b ig _ g a m e ”_ m o v7CB
e B SUU'*
s ia u '* unbeaten
t
ft
S
(U ,R )-T
along toward Uielr first Rocky T J ^ I
I. same*
will begin Big T en .
----------m e v leifl«u'=
'•
Don K indred will Uk* on te o W alBame* and
and which
1
lif., on S a ttu r d a y w h e n t h e u n - MounUIn
^ ( J u i n conference.football.UUe, l u f l j
to t h e j U y o t B e r k e le y , C’aalif.,
I t play-next year.----------------------lUtka U < U .) ,.P k i l d r n B |
* l!ek In the-m aln-event of th e -m at
rtin g o n e o f 'l h e n a t i o n ’s f i n eWs t uUckle
c U e i»j
e u defeated
d e f w t e d B r u in s o f U C U A ', asp
p o rtinff'orie
lost year's cham pion colorlor'
Init
ly
T he
he Doiie
Boilermakers' Dale SamueU
loit (W
(Wls.), (nulaii o H
card a t th e Radio nondevoo Tuesday
T
lnrt * t Oolden Saturday In ■.T' >R*i>f >f 'O l * A 1 1 /1 1 1 1 ibeaten
C a lif o r n ia B e a r s ., ado M
Mini
<lowa),
on c e,b
e at
I Mffht. Rin» .etlo n »1ll-begtn o tg :3SO
0 Hed ag Big Ten record with fo ig f o o tb a l l r e c o r d s , t a k e o n thhee oncG
‘Iowa), S h lp p e u b u K h lH
THIS
dl6Bl r lr t ! X ; w c l w l -tp
m . .the . B M ri hft rillnn « ttr «r» n n thli . ^ U t
^
"
'
I
T
H
t
n
of them caught by ”
,
week.
'
.
(o,).
ra!). yKndUy
i
Klndred-W alUck U ngle Is ta nilDols,
nUpol*. th
th ree
r
i»- fend'B
em le-Plffw era-lo-U e-anothar---------------S . - ___________________ 0 ^ _____ ^ a ttra
t t r acclL
t Jiie
i a rly _ 7 6 ,0 0 0 f a n s in - _ T‘rhht_
t -i(l di a h o * n i _ ^ t out*lda_the r v f f ,
if
N orthern (& o.) s u l T ^ H
- rem a te h 'b 'fth e lw o grapplers .a ftJt'
" d Bemleto bUster 'Nevada
^
to th e C f t l i f o m i a - M c m o r iiaa l league Saturday
8i
league
* the torrid'sem i.flnal they took p arrtt iM
gue imwark.
k Michigan SUtM'i T ^ ' M ^
I
O f f i c i a t i n g - - — Iirttr"(l»*'>------------^ Vewcic
Yewclc hh it
it on touchdown passe* of i K r
f h t unlrerslty. on Independent M-13.
Pour v ic te r lu - A n « r t e H 1
•} In l u t week. Kindred w u awarded
I stadium and is the spotlight
O c t 37 W — Idaho
” tf«, • M^ and
V
Mlnea w u Idle. T lie Oredlggere, on MMOSCOW.
060
<Uho Uonal
tioniil t(M m ). I o n I r r i ^ H
the m atch when Wallick w u dls»'*'* 81 yards u Uie 8 p u ftnme
of
the
week
for
the
S'J’SJu
the but* of compoxaUTe score*. *re
fooUall coach Babe Curfman aald
are fooUall
said Norbet'i
Un* swamped
1
»
Norbet’i IWU.). B r u a V ^
I- qualified to r rough UeUat. .
»w»'"P' Penn SeoU S i to 7.
the offlcUUng
In th e Vandal-SanU
several touchdowna under Uie
otflcUUr
west.
. . .
rated *evi
um u Marylar
MarjUnt! 6Ute. m a U j ^ H
H iJO t LEAGUE
^'CSt.
----ImmediaUly alter the match,
Clara game
In Bon Proncltco Priday
rtdar ihall
ahaU ((Pa.). Wc*t
.i„ . Idaho Bengals.
ga:
Coach Red Sander*’ elub. taking
Kindred ehaUenged WalUck to a n A
:
! !:3i
„
Colorado SU U . w hich abtotbedd a night w
w*u “ terrible.'* Idaho lo*t. 9-a. Teacher
Teachers, Uontdalr f t | ^ W
im on
onadded
addedI brlUlance ofU r *ucce*tl»e
olher duel In the ring.
A t l T II
}itho T a t ..................... IS
«
-IU
ate. Upon
Upon h la re tu rn Sunday from ers.
ofrf «4e-18
ert. Le
Lenolr'Rhysa ( K ,c ^ H
•
.«»
u«rd* M l , . ............. IS
The clash wlU be a one hour or
■«5 week-end vlcloriet over S U nford
-'® lashing from Idaho a u U .
llon Callforola
wlUi Uie Idaho team, nwunl
CallfomI
m ^ t (W. VaJ '
isconsin,-tw o-ot-U ie-pow cr-- holds an early seowjn 30-« dtcUlon
' beat two o u t of three J/>11* affair.
A - ,.T r i»
KtawrtVs'pufi S h o p s
51 ;}
:»m! and-W
and-w i«o
an-com m ented th a t "all-thl* — „
over”Mlnea. •
---------- • curfm
Curfman
•s« houses of
ot Uie Pacific C o u t conKUX . . ................ .
1
n
.s«
A double aeml-flnal h u been a r- A W d I
e m year
(>3lorado college play* W esUm
year we
we have experienced Uie w ont I
gf
ruUIC lIlK
;!1=.
ference
ond
Uie
.B
ig
.
10,
wUl
be
. ranged by promoter Tex Hager for
.
^ T « ' h t a ' K i n »
i « ‘ *«*nee 01
h e r offlelaUng
(
StaU a t Gunnison In th e only oUier
offlelaUr I h ave ever teen."
m l favored to
ta get by th e Bear*. T he league ,game Saturday. Colorado
^ this
tk ‘*J cord Instead of the us- . A f f \ .
'
i h : Coirm»n, ISS: JMkicu". in':
n m e . the once-beaten Caldirell
{ y K» e'..ado Idaho
Idaho ton* a n d official* also were
D*rt*ch. ISO; (:h»ii. i ; i : lloe'TT. itliK
the have only Oregon end s u t e h^ u• a noneonference daU■ a t bllU r aatbout th e whlsUe K»Ung
; K'. DrulM then
.. ual imgleU *eml-flnal and specUl
A l
« In
.
' '- V H
C o u t m tn r e ) to T » ln PalU Priday
SouUiem
S^uUiem Collfornia to d efeat ^to Alamosa. Colo., w ith Adam* SU
Bight to tusale w ith th e l u t placa
^
laU
regdn gome here three
U the
the Idaho-O
Idah
Ic -OpODINC
.(W ODINO. O c t 37-A w ards were
„
„
get
Uie
Rose
bowl
bid.
^
*
in
th*
first
one.
Prank
stojack.
"
n i.« n«f^|...^s««n^t)p
Ro
and MonUna S U te goes ta M k u lula
u la weeks
weeks ago.
ag Pacific C o u t conference
Brulna.
lb« Kew 3
.
made
the annual golf banauet
xLix t,.
papular
T hr clAsli with Uie Trojan*, set
/or lUt IrsdlUonal
tr;
on- olllclala
K t (or
game w ith Monolllclals w ere shown film* of Ui*t •____
I n north Idaho. Sandpoint enter-- thfr
mala
eren ex-W uhlnRton S U le n « d e a t th
foolbaU
a
tar
from
Tacoma,
W
u
h
held
rwenU;
:i3 for Nov. 31
33. shapes up a* one o t the U
tan*
unb
on- game bbuu l th e y tided wlUj Uia ofna university
o t th e Skyline eonXlabwlr Sp«t S>!9p
No. im
tAlna WMt Valley P rid a r n ight and card a l th e
1: W c i u ti ^
o n nl
T ony BaUlargeoa. Mon'
aAK P R A K C n O O d ^ H '
grest batUes
'—
batU in th e m odem a nnals ference.
tidal*.
«AN
tidal*,
« an fiineh Ita lecond a tra lsh t Inland* take*
Tneadar
h am p io n sh ip tU ght^O arry P a r,
g txnutefc
e i U J uoet b1S c . _
_
- " CChampion
tba CMurtUy^
*w t taut
Uie PC
PCC. I t appear* now thh a t
qC
ttv
Curfm an. '•tie daihed ceto th*
w bjrda
OC »tool«l
by Colorado BUU 40- Curfta
Empire conference crown. (Jther
V .- ^Tvfa-Paiit.
. . . of uis
7; m o ’:~ L clan d 'R el* ch m an :-co ritelo
T 7 ntred
-» ae w
o n d -m a ta r^ t* Paul Dej S both"C
lubs-w lll-iro-into-that-fam e 30'ln-*n-unexpeet*d-breete-at-Colo*
ao-m-in-i
jlo* K
K etar-a U d lu m fl?ld-tw Jee-durtng ro * * :~
IB famea.PVIday wUl find Centrale xiw
?hTt B ^ y K ' J r * r ~ ~ - t ~ i ? ~ : m
»»th-ciubs
It,
tlon.
Jo
h
n
y
Klbby:
pr«*ident'*
n
ig
d OallU
from
Uon. JohnyJ
floulham O a U t a ^ ^ V '
on- Uie
a n U CTara gam* In pro}t«tl.
tett
perfect records.
rado Spr
V alley a t Coeur d ’Aleaa and Moscow
week by
dl: Prance, a newcomer to
JJ: m n« Cku
u
1# .
with p*rf^
Springs l u t Boturdoy. Monthe SSan
m
Ed
Ryan.
Alvah
Thorapton;
conaod the locol *ring, and Ted E n n i from
ibout Bear*.»
S t a r * .« b o r « ta tM d * H ^ K
loU
rUi U na flUU
dumped W esU m SU
U said
said he
he wa* especially Irked about
■t Olarluton.
■yj -rae
The iYo;
Trojans tesU d their ttrengUi
flu
laUon,
K.
O.
Christiansen;
first
rst
S
nim
S
T
iii
u
i)<r
i
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r
.
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,
11
in the
the ff t n t Q U r t t r t o o H
. Canada.
**•
on- one call.
in
call,
;«« «e«lnjt
Cni on S a tuurr- 15-13 Sor Ul* M ontanans' Ilrat con)J. n<jw/.<(mm...................1
1
I*
.i''*
«e«lnjJ poH'erhoujc
po
BolM. o t lhe B£f BSx. tm reU to
'
I- tUght-CIark-WUilomson, Gory Hoin«w/.<(mm.
v u d tlouchd«.
o u c b d ^ u t& tT n ja ^ B .
le ir - T hh ee- o-off ic ia l-c h a lk M a IS-yord
ng.‘ ference win
t f n o t to be ininUng.w In-two y eart and their
L«ri»ton to r » Priday n ig h t mix- - jB o th - U ie^ « m l-fln ali-w lU -b * -«
■c- Sis?'?."
}J
,.}:*
l i day
day anri
enri found
to
^ man. conaoUUon, Dick Looney; aeeS j S ? '? " ” ®
' **' *..........- !
lino Ifomla
ItomU 1 0 ^
. .. . ■ >
3ut
triumph of th e season. Trhe
he penalty ai g ain st Idaho from Uie line
......
w ith lha Ben«aU of the Inland: J J C U
1
* ond n ig h t C, O .-ty en . Montgomery
■ry T«i huh
hi*h’'»w «»"'b««i«ni L. n*«*T. True. Uie offense' did n ’t icore. B ut second tr
th e
W
aahlnftes-D a U i ^ ^ '
Uie of scrimmage
ln*U*d ot fromHhe
Wa*h
>ne lOM
W estern SU U Into the
scrim
Ti<; Uie
Iom dropped
drop;
k - ^Sl:
Ul* Urrible
Urribl( T rojan defense got one
MUler, eonaoUUon, MonU Strick^*>: D.piuJ. I ll: DImll. 1»0: Morri*.
w u p**sedt
p u M d to r tv o lo u e b d m H
polnl^of
ISO;t ^K«lni,
touchdown when Jim my Sears took
>ok ceUar.
polnl^of foul. An Idaho pas* wa*
>"'■ Uuchdown
ling.
!K
‘" v ITS; Kenaulo, 171:
In l u t Friday’* games. Caldwell T T i n r ] }
r. eerally
rall; ouUmarted
S t u iiM ‘
completed
play,
o
th -------------------- ;-----compleU fo r 45 yard* on Uie pU
a punt back
m, ift."
!?«.•
bai « yards for a touch­
downed Em m ett 30-8 and Twin PaUs J . » . i i a v t
T hird n ig h t Otis Henderson,
But u a* rea u lt o f Uie decision,, the
Uie Huakles
Hutkle* i<oa n - li.
oal SCORES
down; am
and a 14-ynrd field goal
SCORCS ACE
|».
.
T«.a»r'« jkh.dyl« ,
____ down:
dumped Moscow 3«-fl. o n Saturday _ _
„ I^nh-H a^ton..consolaU on_n()l_.der
___ ._.UOW
,_ ,U O I.A -B lll» U lU ,tt» l* ^
— Vandals
-- =ikwW4Tcu«^i.~n-«s-«rn(tCT--. J.........
WM'ndded:
LT .L
VUlflalS lo»t «0 yard*.----------------“
WM
naded:al6W minute* J a ta r ^ hsota t- --SA
-- SALT
1 A K E .C rryr-O et-27-Ifl—
afiemoon. Bolje took Pocitello 14-7 M g f - i
ajU r ed two W bicaan p w * /
llie "loskc
"I asked him about Uiat colt after
wWMftllUie
u all the scoring aa u s e then shlUt
u t Gus ttawe,
Rowe playing on the Bonneville
Women'* prliea were as follows:
fs:
ui
u rHh?o ‘‘c»f«"V.'c7ri-'!"rf'‘''"'*'*
c«i
In a n o n -lea rie game to gain r«- i ’ - a c i l ' V
ter * t c a c t t a (
in - Uie
C urfm an tald. "He an- one b«ck
ba
tek golf coune,
Uie game,"
gam
rer. out
coun ahot a hole-ln-one Suner
T»ln
Ollt the
the Bears
Bel to win lO-O. Thl* week
Ohamplonahlp n ig h t Zoe Miller,
t
» i » r»IU
r»ii LomWr n . UlrciIU Brttr.
Ttnge for an early aeoMn M-13 low.
n i l - coufht
c aufht a paM t n o
I
40- swarMl.
NEW
YORK. Oet. 37 W - 1 7 ) ,,*, R
d*y. He jscored hi* aee on the 140swored, ‘Okay. *o J mod* a misUi«
<l*y.
4.' *»“
« - '•
______
Use Tro^tnt
Trojan are l i l t .
u th Ellen Parke, consoIaUon: pre*— O th e rtc p - p rtp gam ea -P rld ay m i„ the*
tor aaolher
aeort, ai I M '
CTeveland Browns sent the Wcwhon. UUke.'
ke.'" ”
for
anc
No>
U
C U . while keeping IU eUr, P aluu l ^yard
rd N
^ 7 hole with O. K . Corlton.
Ident'a "n ’fig"h t Pauline NeUon, Helen
en
(c n u a c a LiA t;rB
U(XA,«:
y
dud e :
r
^
^ IngUn
cord a tRedskin*
th e I
whipped Ihe B a i K n M ^ i
to the cleaner* and“ Victor.
,en
--------- -------------------whipped
ted T
hom u and Edwin Madien
s
.m
Ctmieron,on Uie bench m ost of
■’•t Ctmieron.
ot F
Fred
Thi
con»ol*Uan: tlra t n ig It.
h t Chri>u<n
p H -ii.n .............- ........ n
phed
Montan*
- Q u a rtrt^ »
he r'rec eip t o f a n autographed
Monti
ilu .ffnUlilng.
wnUhlng.__________ _______________ TThe
i d -Uie-Bama..:
^be.gMnt.JoUed-U> a n unexpectedly.
i j MBry-Je*n-BlmlsrMra.-Pftnnr-WBrdr x liijS iS s^
....... IS ‘ 1*— isir
fl
.Bhelley. OaUey o i 81511?em m e irfC p, a .
a a p - 'Keath-^
-K raU i-irtnrtieaed-a-IW ^K
b ueBball'fronT
P ie 'iTayhorTiu'coaF'
• — --------- H M
a ir
s « easy
o\'er Wloeoculn. T he
,
eontolaUon; seeond f lig h t VlvUn
an m. Uwnnii
ty -.cji'N o. i J : . " ! i i
ii
ji
easy M-7
M-7 win
'
,
P oTtilte. O ntaito a t Weiser. N y iu• foottiall
.7 },* ju nleogue-s
d
phtd thew
anln sm o n eD tia Q ^H I
Uie won
American confer- M
^ Salu,
u , HeleV
Dee ^PVjndy, t i n t b u e m a n tor Uie pleUd th
t^ e group of 33 autographed
Jl
J4I Badgers,
Badgers, one
<
o t th e tower* of
of
Helen Moon. eontolaUon. ^ u.uioii. 1 ------------------11
n i i — S T H w ia ian T M a la irc ity -a t-B la elt-- w , , t i h - o f
ib*rs D
i a nBB: » t t ,i * 9 w i B t t e l « l
lan Ba*4b«tl*
D ttn
ly . .Chicago
O ubi...w ttrka.u.a mailman
B*s«b«ll* t o th e Itvlng members
J J h l^ <
1iVophlea to r'l]ii~ m o n lh o f'7 u.1,
ly w
rmb>brUn
!.?{ foot. Wendell a t Pller, Burley a t theCleveland
torrid'** ro lilrt'to beat the'R od, 'i s r = r r : :
!:
;!S strengthrln m *-Blg‘T en. ww #-*lyTVophlea
ing in
Iv , in «0*n
Bernardino, CaUf., during
In Ul*
Uu H
1 a f l'^ ^ Pam a mua*um'*at down th
,m
mled
by
Ui*
g
reat
B
ruin
defensive
•
“
•
.......
1
11
.m
RUrI
bT
U
i
u
A
ntrlcn
U
lh
.n
.
w ent
ent to
to B
R u th Johnaon. Ju an lU Ai;«rl»n t>
iV .
Jtrom e, South P rem ont a t Northa in(kins
l u t 19-15
week yesUrday while the u nV- w
CooperttowH.
W. T .
_________tl* with
Uie off.*
oft>«ea*on.
Coopertt
•».
u
n
it
too.
the
K f\. prem ont, BIgby a t PlrUi. Rupert a ta u,e
match
n Henderson
H endtrton 'won the ladder toum *- „ o ” k.S»
beoUn S a n Proncltco Porty.N lnera
n st
~
It w u up against
iJ
Ocodlng and Teton a t Sugor-Salem.e ,u*JJflerf
tote ir front-running n ation- m e n t
IS;) n»it«iki
n»lt«lt«r. ]S*> W tu n . I ll: AmcM^ '' If
If Cal
Cal thought
U
jit
boosted th
7. 1ST: Kf«in. 117: t>«t.uci, tt7,
rOUgh defensive
de
,n
—
llll;7frT
t l ; 7frT7.
U7, aR rough
U am in the T ro
ro-­
B al ImraedlaU
conference record to 5-0 wUh an
----n
.
M«nd4r’« Schrdol*.
i , - , It
i, wUl
_j find a n even meaner
jans,
le r
. ^ . n . , , « » p h p
St. Kdwirit No. 1 V.. Chft«ll«n
’
club
In
Uie
Brulna.
according
to
SL E<!w,r<l» No. I vt. HilhtT.n
«lub In U
MMhediit n . m »uii
Uiescouts
seoutawho have been watching
the
J
T hs Browns, bidding for their n r v .
1
Pt«brt4H«i> yt. Annflein LtilSwta
(jgy, play. TncldenUlIy, the
bolh clubs
IJ se%-enth dlvUlon UUe m u many I r a C K
____ . UUCnANTS LEAGUE-------shUtOUt th*
U T ro jan * -p lu U r* d on
shutout
It aeaton*. got big u iU U from the
ii
OKLAHOMA c m r . O e t 37 I B »- Phllidelphla
A double Eagles and PltUburgh?h VIENNA.
,7»
the
Bears
w u th e tlr s t In 00 game*
^ S-If'*
ne*
'^ N N A . O e t 37 niV-Emll Zaltrf-lf'* .■•••••'••-........the Bears
;^ The O T y recrulUn* aUUon o r I*
- Steeltrs a** Uiey broke a Uiree-way
,y pex
pek of
o f CCtechoslovakla
broke Uiree
rJ'
mi
■ee iuH.’hi,
!i
i
:«« sutfered by
b: a C alifornia Uam .
'
■■ M unced'M onday th e reiulU of a.
u .»place
e t* * tie witli the New York
ng c
c«n
- ...... II
rk world
world recor
records yeiterday. according
« b sut» r»p»f
:
in
.s»i
II m
first
'Ml Stanford
atonford. burning from t w o .
t • d ra ft physical fo r MJdcey Mantle, O
uxllanilngle
u an d Ciiietgo CordlruU.
to
to radio
radio PPrague,
n
aimply lo Tolre “an
2 '‘i So
‘ ic^ - .........'s* IS 4M
j , ! slralght defeats.
U kes on S*n Jose
»n u J i'm
di
I
ace ouUlelder for the New Yorkli event.
10 expreaxion-.
expreacian-of :th a n k * -th at-b e -h a«« i * - n ,m
w sSUU.
u u . whu
-T h * E a« lei-u p setU i# ‘O U n U 'H ^O
whieh 1* probably th e best of
1# .SO
r- become a jprobaUonaty member of i<i>)>o !’«-«
i'a» i ' Piinu ..... s
i« and the SUeler* lurprUod the-daT.«sS the wesur
wesum IndependenU this »eaea5
Ttn Mih UTrru* kowltmi Powrr. I ll: son.
•»» The
.p ,. jIndian* were humbled
Uia Commui
CommunUt party."
>« dlnali M to 38.
the
37VM * l l ^ iP ^ S
In o th er National conference
Radio pra
ee
Prague claimed Uiat Z aton..V*I
im! 14 by Don Heinrich and th e W u»hh^ ^ .1 1
N g ffl
ke 111;
11
Ulple Olympic winner, broke
i<*i Arn<!w
Arivik 1*1: C r..« 1«1; Iir«i.. i« . Ington Huskies.
li games, the Detroit Uon* v h lp ped
^ pek. a UIplc
SU nford never
id the world >
records for 15 miles, 25
35
[S the Qreen B*y Packer* S3-17 and
scored Ur
untU th e fourth quarUr,
U r,
I _ ls S m
«of«l
I'tnhnUo
Helen vi. Idihn Vn>Vr lltnU,
When Wa.ihlngton
Wa.i
u the tios Angeles Ram* rallied to kllom eU n 1and SO kilometer* a t a I'tninn
when
held a 31-0 lead.
ad.
Sh-frod*: rftlnUn yi. R#1Ub1a 7arni(«
q... Jose BUte, Idle Uil* week, h os
14 defeat th e Chicago Bear* 31-7.
track m eet in UousU near S l uJ oa »>•'«?*
•• . San
^
i<uho
1;
-------------------------- Voleslov.
*0’ I-0*B Co. T». Swyu.
--------- lost only tta Colorado th it season. I t
^
^-------- -----------------------------------~*ntg~tfmej,
^ B « “3 n h r T « ! U r t r 8 n i i H i « j ftT
T —r
h r t f m e s « a w J Ing-to~the-r«dlo------Jlo--------------■— n(pp*d-Cal
nlpped-Coltege-of-Paelflo-fn-ltA-last--------i- N o v .- 4 J 2 - i8 - th e - d a y - i
Hall of Fam e a t Cooperstown, N. Y.. re p o rt we«
w e e one bour. 18 minutes
fJ'?'
ouUng and. according to coach Dick
”®- <!.
. 'And«f»«n
i Sji; ’a S s '“
::
:;s
sOtUsRher
E .r ," " of.SanU Clarn, " h u bctK Yankee*, had been aent here from U In
the fliof b u tb a lls autographed
a display
:d and 38.4 seconds
aec
for 15 mlle-v 1:18.}K
.■“ c.
?'*
iT
c t14 .In
4JiS
lijij Oallsgher
E P t. Bill and forwarded to the *ur- by
in& no>hlt
papular pitchers down through
[h 31.8 to r 38 kllomeUrs and 1:SS.33J
fimA.sv*. No. I ------- 14 , 10 .m U r msUrli
J3 TimM.s-».
msUrisl" th a n SU nford.
I
geon-gentral In W ashington.
foolbaU
atai
Ror«n
12 .SOA _
4 the year*.________________________ tor
tpr 30 kilometer*.
kllom
5f**"rirni Stor* ____ 12
Oregon, held to a 14-14 draw b y ________
I'
Capt. John W. Turner, executive ta k « on T
____________________________________
I — o m c « r-ta -« h * n * -o t-th a -r« eru ltln g ix e iL jju e b e
•}|! M onU n te*■n U rU ln s& lleg e o f P o dIlff-'
.- . . ^ v p r
...... .
!
•!!!
[,«. Ic. Thlch
which lost 35-7 ta the San
T.n hlih
U .i r a : Curf*«, 144;
I . ataaoD, sold -th* outcome o t the
’^ t a e o n
Ian
^ J S m
i)ciuir.i.
IH
:
Toiiftifr.
I
t
l
:
A.ivUt.
IH;
Diego
navj
IH:
navy leam; W ashington SU U ,
n
t^yslea] oould no t be announced OallU from
' ItlulTtl. ' II
4^ H
hI
1
un til afte r., doctor** flhdlcg* had the local rlr
a fourui-quarur come-back winner
ner
H P |9
b w n 'n v je w * by th e *urgeon-jen- Canada.
H fM alt
over Orrgo
Orrgon SU U , 33-3D. Uckle* the
Lhe
C.
c.
Andtnon
*».
fii»r
v»ri<;i7
Idoho
tear
■ o '
:•
Idaho
team
Uiat
barely
lo
it
p.?
u
cm L'
■
— ■ ' —^
Both"Uie
ta
8»nU O s r a .’while O re g o n 'S UaU
U
; »
ManUe took hU third d ra ft phy- minute or
Wd w
aS i
1 *nd
Wojhlngtan
Ungla in Ui* other
; .
slcol a t Oklahoma Olty Wednetday..S {aUj
tyenU.
Now
th s Pacific c o u t race U ujpp Southwest
Southwest conference. However.
PCC
game
of
th
e
day.
'
j i i i i .u H
t In the ktr. Cal tUIl can win I t but
ut TTe exxuuUUloo'
looking more and more Ilk*
co COH>ikli«AI. LEAGUE
Ike
I!.*!!!
'
' H 5
IJ-- rolrm»i«
.......... :ii
4 JM
-------Ce Uie.cla.M
the.cIa.M of
of the,league. T he Long-'
coirman IlMlIni
i«
- Southern Cal and UCLA, Which like
llir _________ 1«
t
.411
'1 the Trojont, Is undefeated,'win hove
ve hom
hom* *tiuggi
alugged A rk a n m right oul of
of H4lrlK.w rr«l«ht
. . _ II
11 J l !
e plenty to say. UCLA meeU the Goldin n ln
a- Ui«
th* n running
Saturday. 30-7, and
j.n iin . Dod> Shnp . . In d I1-. J.nkliM
12
en Desrs this Saturday and If they
ey now
now take
take 1en Southern M eth o d u t n>n>iun .
j C o m p lo fe ^ H ^ H H
can answer the <juesUon. they m ight
t
h t BoUi
Both are
are uundefeated
In league play.
i win i t .
thee Iry
r
IInn th
league, Yale, -which
T«.r. T..»r»
T...1 - .... . . . »
eh Tn*-i>
I t . , .J I
N oT.4tliUy««
. r . 4U i li
B
•_____________ e Cleyeland
Georgia Tech
and Duke will play
>y currently-la
currently-la Ued with Penn for the 7>n hkh
r,T:.;
s;
i; i R ddio
your'gr««*P»*!
headline
lead, each
each wlUi 3-0 marks, face*
iOP t n * "
h, lead,
*'rtkf;.‘V;4
_____B»1n» Bin <hti Iihfinting h nur* fort the
<~<>y
t.'.'l. < game o t the aouth.
- « Artkin,.
174: n. J.nVln., IN : Sim./, n l j
e ond the Engineers »U1 rule slight
tit Dartm
D artm outh, which ahould be a netoiix. 171;
I'ti; <H»lm>n,
1
et- OIlx.
i:i ; Char. 170.
e a n d lla e a -f^ '
migratory waUrtowI in 1/cmbl, (5ua-U favorltM.
disputed Bolh
Ici 'u-Mmcrt up to ihelr
l»y
Ffl4*F'»
«•
:lr ut> for thfc Ells. Penn m ust pUy
ter, Butte, Comoji, Blaine, Oood-e- tasks
footliall
IcM
Saturday,
Tech clouting Van-'
te no cinch. In a nonServic
(1-* Penn
Penn SU
BUte,
S
e rv ic a - . M f l B p O
.
A
»
rJ tT i> r» »
.. -leg. Lincoln, Jdlnldoka.
ence.
..
d derblli,- 30-0. and th* Blue Devtii
IU jeigue
league one
oneounUr. Princeton, hthe
C
oI>tt» ii HMtInt ri. fUtnbnv Dir '
e
Cnl«m>n
Twin Palls a nd C u s la countleis. t conqufrlng
Cleveland preriounly. undefeated
her
In* 1. iJ.riVln. P^y -Ihrr »■■ CImu UKiit.
int*
'
Other
td defending «c h a m p i o n , entertain*
Shooting houra begin and end a1 VIrslhi*.
(kini 19-15
'
ai-7.
Brown aaftej
Brown
fte r whomplng Cornell 37-0.
^
,
^
freeea
e d o m ooll
I
few miDUtea before th e time* listedg beaten
S
an
Feared Maryland, which whipped
ed
In
In th
thee Bl
Big Seven, championshipbelow In ccuntlea e u t o f . MogJe LouWana
boosted thel
II
C>de offers you com- jj
c h o o te ih e iA i^ .
SU le. J4-8. will test it-i
t.1 bound
bound Okl;
Oklahoma Ilgurea to run
I
VaUey. ShooUng h o u n In Elmore1 miRlit
al conferenc
a p ^ n W C tc - * !
H
'
picto servicc on your'rannce again against ^Boston
in Uirough
tlirough a a workout a t the expeiue ^ / v 7 'f
county begin a n d end a few m ln-I uenuiv
y .e«rs- ity
3 l .____
1
___________ ___—
_ oof-Io
f-Iow
w aa SU
6 U . and Kansaa. the i - U < X
dtnlor.s . . . CLEAN . . '
utes afU r the tim es listed below.1
T e z u a . T en ah a is tjnseltled.
d. ru
runnenlp.
nnenlp. 1ahould have no trouble
The
ble ONTAR
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verslty ot Pittsburg epldemloloslit.
nUr Cudfthyr~U
well as fo r Uio rem ainr r. 4',i-4U h lA n . D.ecn.b.r
Cudfthyrth e
r"^m
Uielr
aaU
ll the
e ir ■ IItt was
ws yonr money, irtven to0 the
«<? der of th e Industry.
Ui8, te s t' shots.- urging th
n t. MM
arch
_
patients to join Ute bold experimleent.
archo t Dimes, th a t financed the
fcnu A baBdrcd pojnd* Jbwot. Ncrwobw
"W
• •«
s u p Forw ard•
,ol( ,.ho«. Mp'bootfc SIH] cliurcb
I t was newspapen. radio and T V 11,000,000
fl,000,0( experim ent
.
t>.n. •
• --------lovies «rd
ord booki.
w m r«ao«.d wlthoul p*ridlns
Joe
er,-in ohai^e of movies
b
Ralph HtlsUln, prealdent o f the (UUons,
auUons. telling the story, guldln«
Joe Cram
C
inH i. 3P1^U.I0B trom th. c .r o( R m rm d JsIib
and
unlon^ d(
dekribed th e 'a greem entt “b* people U
L„
■CA*”
' ■
union
to c linics.'
and TV
‘T ' tor U « N ational F oundsI MARKETS A t A G LA N C E
iS f j t"
Martlfc Hoaat Alrr. Ho«b Carolla,.
CHICAGO. O.L JJ W -W h « t B^^^^
-big step
*
n n , abartb ncoid boolu .r« 2e( k
lelpea -mM.
no
a* "big
forward" for packing*
• " ’“ ■'ESPONDEjj
I^t waa thB kids who took th
th ee tlon
tlon of
of IntanUle Paralysis, helped
n , on ntire
«Uo.
».iw to '.a r ea. bvt a cbarch and lu
UH] house, employes. Previous contracts shots
j . tc tlttd u t snswer about poU
sa i g i . , ° 'V i , a '. u »
j 'f c s ; a, th
thee polio
poi prevention study U am .
■alBliUn'.
for ■
loan
from
the
toundaUdn.
i.t^
contained
no
pn)vlslon»
for
pension
y,
O
ften
Uiey
cried.
SomeUmes
not.
loan
^
11..
H».4
J
.1
1
0
W
i4:!i;«SHi
No.
contalnec
failr nnuH
r»w mtlr M ta Jt«d». Nx-<
. "I f*r
n t! lrt.4.
ut
I a Provo, U tah, Dr. H am mon‘ “a sk
k*. »« fwBd. rboa. m Of p lm . t«tifrB
10
itifrBte
____
' J P A IR T O m _
^ 7to5 r^ 1unatilmous codpcrallon'O t »11
. T h e : ^ tm c t. . 8 « c r .U j3 .r « ii nTMiiJ. --O n e -t0 U B h -a .y e * r.o ld ,-R c t^ r.'a5 ed
..At
®u*” —
T U K Jarm .rA L L s........ .- .
-111 8 n o t'ln tho.jum p. looked back a n d docton.
Hocton Bt a medical societymeeUng.
— r.7 m m , , .
by Armour worker* In 3« plants, will
I*
ho*’n<.rk.k ooi Ml,r 7«|li>-yV-ij
®'“ said. -Jee
Whe*'^li»MI
»»»u>« l»
utilllr’
;b
loctor
CJIAUHEB
o r com uerce
H e gol It when -a young doctor
t
" i.. th a t was a b lg .o n”e r
....•s.M i
(aad ktl(*n 1
"i
, . . .^. ., ru n tu r two year*.
pr«.
I t was 86.000 ygungsUrs, 1 to
gtoodu]
0 11 stood
up and said, 'm y children wUl
ThB CIO union claim* to repreAppJr
aS
•'
r e r Reward
1; {hr., kguhm 11.00 » H .«.
k e n years
y e a n old,
.— be first
jir ,t in line a t the cUnlc." " And
ijte n t 130,000 m eat packing w orken
ok taking shoU of O. 0Q-—
tr tlwM charcli rwotd booba ar. In
“ *''»*ip I.J90. lU .krt Bot »l^lU h.4l ll« l^ no"
acroM
---------------------------------- :------T"! .
th e y wj
ocroH tho
th country.
3
MAGIC VALLE
« tr.d . IlmllH w _ - ^ i w L
‘ kuM M*1
Lollipops in n u m b « lh a t only a
?
and r.turs«l to tb.ir*'rltbu
. r ^ r i S : ? i 5 . . ”r ^ '? o ’3 ? * V .u 'r
'
!
child could dream a bout gavee re
re*- ^ f^Bd
fo
IB
PORTLAND
„ . ».:s; rWtop il.M.H.OO; .I.Ik. JI.W-JI.MJ
t” !
nT}if
t e rfi
rivaJ AVL m l t CuttwB and M f l l l ,
EDIIOB
w ant ia each cWld Stuck by th o1twotwo*
?'
tim.ihr |I ,0Q-1..00; rod
••” • Butcher"
Butcher Worklngmen'a union, which
T „
••
I
r n
inrh*tnrw needles. Sometimes, lollllolli­
--------- ' ,
T O E 8.W W,
; ; ; ^ ii.Mi i.}io.ib. iL ui:r««(ood.hoti
,
claims m
memtMrshlp'of 133,000, also
lil
'fi\
.. ruTUBCs
TADLB
•. olalms
pops were handed to mothers, more _ _
is ntgotl
ntgotlatlng with th e companies
L O tn s
CHICAGO. 0(L 37 It;?)—
1*
nles
LOUISVILLE,
K r , OcL 37 nf>- shaken
,haken by the experience th a a the
their
•'
cmcAco.
ir
C H IR O P R A C T O R S ^_____
n u x UUO
Irr.
Uj*
CltKi
:ie«i and ll
is es
espeeted to accept an agreef<
’• IJJ0.1»-W: utllltr bull* 1».00-M.«. C.I.n
I0p«ii lllfh
ree- xTrarack
e k foreman
J . W. Slagle, aald youngster*.
youngst
nC—ir
r iVfaat 1
t iw :
«b«K. Il(bt VMlrt. WhMl.
th e today a final check would show
i
* 0*
" In the
morning a t th e.clinics,
llnlcs,
b *
1.M4 WT
w i- i ment almllar to th a t reached by the
/ »i.«i>.:».c*.
,
I
' -.......Mi.VXi
OPW ani
and Armour.
"consldei
cn ri"
•■considerably
more" th a t 35 th
ft^ n yiu-d
y,
J 'oo r- o^ften
Jusl see some U ar» ru n - rfSiVi
:
JIng» I.4M. Murkil »rouiKl tOc U-«r on
W«r. ____
------- J'i S.44% »:4J',l l.M% OPW
00. «.).
M.r .........
.........:••«** 5.«v. s.n'.i *.47»i
• Inilchtr.: cM f. I l0.«»*lb. Ur»»ljr ;0 M.
*]Ji Induatr
Industry source* said Uie pncktw
oughbrec horses were burned^ to
~ ^ SIM E SS O PP M rn i
tiuiee oughljred
to*-n ij^ d O(jg
ft.n a child’s face afte r he had
m.I b
:.«.H MSS :.4.-i
Irw
eholei >«W00 lb. »a«t I«-M- J ti lr ,------** ' agreement amounts to about 14H death
<jeath la
laist night In a llre ’Utat desj,i, shot.
g^c
‘’“ I his
They'd been pep-talked
ss ii 't u a t i o n s w a n t e d
fS m
1114 cent4
cent4anan hour. T he union said t^
the‘ troyed
troyed aa big bam. a t Douglas pa rk a t breakfast.
..
Itr. D
Vn.
____
’’s b ^ '^ M (l* “ i‘r k r l 'V « i «h->lcMr1rr'.
« ."‘l_
.... t .t i s t . u s i. u u i.iivi
Bul as soon as one
■d.r M.r. ........ I .i:? I.sitj t.n 'J ! .«
« „ 4.eent bboost would bring average
5, 5* course,
cot
r»86 raee
otiTied by Churchill
jj^o ^u ut
■**’“ let
l a yell, kids ha lf a block away * * ^ n n ‘i!i!*idJ“ '* ‘' **'°°*
n<*
wage*
to
11.73
a
n
hour.
T
he
new
Downs.
Downs.
j
^
t
coi
ju st coming
up to the reglstraUon
.Mrp r . ^ . 4 *!•« « M ” .,*-.,
r x . u—
z z :! m u !
•fttlon pAkiC
FaMILT"itoBlw a ^ d ^ ^ '* .h ltu doa., f o T
■ pension plan
1» .expected to give , re,
' ■“ ,
--------. ..
' '" lo’.u
i
i
j
Early estliostes
placed the num
ber
desk,
w
nbe r
would s U r t hollering. I t was a r b'
**[!lijiJ>lrmi c»h (T>l°'Irnk
ulHltir cowl I
,
DK. ------- .« S .M 4 .IIS
«M Ured wor
worker* 1105 a mottUi, Inelud- o f burned
. horses' a t about 35' for bedlam
* ** IHUNINUa Ib n r bomh III 4tfe A«ra«.
bedlam,,- Cramer said.
. ll.pf.-Stuwi
JowfTJ tup u r.L0U-<»
V» 1
3 ANGELA,
*{l(t‘,'i?% l.(FSM .‘< l- S w . ------_____ _ EalL rhon. lOOI-M.___________
inOT
SJS ina.thelr-soclal-security b e o e tlt*—
.-. an'^csUnuitcdLjna$.ot_$120,000,'How^ - --------— ^^
i*li«lNEiW Inlitlni tor U T
“ ‘c JS iT ^ s U •« M t«w«, top,- s ^ K " r i ' ; r . “ ^ ; r T u i ; K r j : r : r ^
ever,
said’ the los* 'would 4
,
_
ever, Slagle
Sli
M.L'pby»Vty.tL * '
'
'***“ * ~T i^
‘ bil(*rt or hullir row. op«Bk1 »t«i4r. W
Rr*i
exceed UiU figure ''coasldertthly.”
A SS'
tnplaf. I'M. Uanti.
700 IOR
' »Mb.h.ifm
bul-IMBr
bWi Iow»r: chuk* »M
D*«.
>■- .
.
I
.J
«
u
.
1*0
‘o K T E w L r i ^ ^ r r r s r i
n t e 45-year-old. bam was de - «
' lb. iKi ttMrt ilM : thokt I.WO-t.iX Ih..
M,j --------------- --------------------------'
oommmljl tni gcta t\tm
^ ;utyJuly
j-oos I.M • i.oo3 j . «
in
L q stroyed a t a lo u ot >35.000. Cause of
.6
h i
' jm-M.OO; uinur •nd <omm.rel»I «.•»
H o th e b la ie ’ha s not been determined.
^
I
d
NAMPA,
O
c
t
37
(Ift-T
he
IdahoCUSTOM
(.rBilai.
Fall
elnwln*.
L«ll.
Ijt
DU- P lre Chief
John Krustnkhtus said
NAMI
BOISE, Oct., 37 l* -B e U re d DUChi
Oregon Hells Canyon assoclaUon
ud^
n has
Udfc^^lli
w at Bouth l*ark. Fboa. _2iE!
. „rivV^»*IJ"» ‘t* miAlti jOTCt for ij** «r
Sl.ll
'
J
trlc t Judge C. r . KoeUch h w todsy.
today.
ri», (hi liim ll jwcnika *rxJ lh« •"'»ll- lloct »«. f
M-d endoned
»lon
No blg-pam
e horws were stabled
e n d o n r sU naUonal. and state
ruled Jn
in a memorandum decision
Ko
big
, _________________________ ______ _ruled
jTse,
candidates
who
favor
th
e
constnicHEL
tiw.eH E L P W A N T E D — FE MlA
ALE |
kODCRK stavici m ,
luuM (•>'<‘^
r s 'u n te Ia>
Uce In tho
tr;
ththaat taa nnnaturopath can not pracUce
the bbaa m , and none ef the horses t^ Q ia e
im^'T uu In t*. dir. Corpor,u B«rt wn- o .r^ IWUhw
chill Uon.
a jrB rr
rOB LEm
111
BAffPHANCISCO
ling burned twere to race a t Churchill
tlon. of
ot Uie m uch-debated Snake ^'Al'TKtl^bi
legally in Idaho w ithout passlni;
w.Btad. Xppir la pn.oiC■
m.n,
» « . ia w m lnf. ' hl.K.t,
, , Ibi. H.00; cholc. .ow. «»• SAN
sANrnAN
'e c u river project
^
rnANCISCO. OcL « IU P )-E «ffi:
n l i '* medical
“l2ir»^ test to r eith er physicians
,ans Down#
Downs nwlilch opens Its toU meet*
,«J dMif'ri'll.
,
■ 11.00;
atifrv m,l.»tM
t;r.d. A Urg.
m*)luBi A 47«. *a meoica.
L _ lts
hr..
___
—,___
Ita E cpk5
- T i. m.jn ju' t t« dm. ;ItaHH
Iro- Ilns-tod«y.—
------------:-------------'- 3Thr_aM
U e _ oelnU an..-ia>neliided__
mirtrt-y et ■t^bll.br*
tu'i^fA -n foife:------------------ ----and
and 4urs
4urigeonirostMpBths o r ' chlron rw d a :
• m m '. .m»ii
VOU d.r.___
meeUng In Nampa yesterday by' voU
d.g^Applr In iwrMn, Bcau:. C«ffc '
meeUng
*”
• - _________________
‘
"
n to r LAt^Y
'
.
Iir.NVER
lng -to support Adlal Stevenson
lai^yto h«lp (I l u ^ couBUr. Applr la
/Bl'lieonll'M
. “. '. 'i 'S f 'm d . t
i
o
‘ • * praetor*.
? * * * • ‘, •, rDi;Nvr.ii,
o mx ANc Oct. « s lUPl—.hbo «'«■
oo.
ch««»i
<;n
ChM.i <jr»d»
A lo«< UM i 'in i*,--A
' *. "Tho
"ThO suit
SU w aa-brought-by-D avld --------- ^
— ■ prcildeht,-T iIr8.-G y5Bir-pt0K -#nd T 7 ? g
lln(In diUiv 4WI.Sm llh of Boise In July. 1910, asking
. j
« -a-5
- K ‘ ‘A li; “i J S ’ l ' p i “. i U S J ' t ; - : S “S ' l
• w . t t Jensen o sld a h o 's congresslon-' c o u w
pq ^ a i
r. ____________ anHX5-o ___________ a dedaratonr judgrjient. ruling on
evon al coitdldates, John Jones fo r cotl*
con*
w «t H>ln..
Wf.t
IM tl'.h tfr/B ’ iir « O lb .
‘.7> ense to praellee In thtj ^ u to ,.
i irs,-Robcrt-K..8ftunder*,
n.
a
nd
M
Ty?_
t
r
t..!
“
ly
?
.
tr
lc
t..
Honry
Jack
so
n
.
for
sen
ntar
.
l*dr
1
^niVLinTTiV’“ni‘lw'* .Irtl mllli 1«»‘ ^
---------n . Is th e -8 e c o o d -c o u rt--n illn g Tie«rwasTcin*4-InslanUy
-h-«-w as'
rJr'r« rl ^»U »«uiLS >-SlhlK '-'^
ne ar hhee re from ' the
th s ta te 'o r w o ih ln g to n‘'a n d
Applr Ib p«rM>B. ThrM-04:i.aB«r^
m
e t rtom. i n t UUt, vn~i
»r».
HICE
sa u in ia y n lg h l when the trac torr h e hurk
S S S ’roioIX*. Tb."!
v r x ' against
» « E t 7naturopaUis In th e p o st two Saiurday
H ugh Mitchell to r govem orr ot YOUlt rUTUIIC .laru now. W.ll "rSr ^e n. d^ J SU
U «<S A.«. EMt .
years. A Priest River naturopath w as driving rolled over,
J». fcSd 17; b.r.b«ck 17(4; Itfhom ITij.
ytarS.
p«f<«ntnt iMlrvt cndfT tttl MillWwhlni
Washington. All are Dem ocrats.
*«nt.
Itr. - t o STfceiNO
^ .i» |
„8prli.f.! coloryi
whlU roct 10:
‘J: W88
was COn'
convicted on tw o count# «ot
Bannoc County Ctiief Deputy
Bannock
•
T
he
a
puty ■
association also reelected Alti^d'
Nrw tbnic STOCK# '
n 'S*'*’
W
pracUdng
shheriff,
e riff E
1 arl CuUer sild the boy b e rt 0 ; U llm an., Baker, O re., .as. J[,7\
c M
i M
i r '
P
« c « d n ( medicine w ithout a lU S
'
u » . r.,i, .... Frrm i Color«l' U j whlu rock 11;
H ; CeflM
cense tW
two
C years ago rtid tln e d »400 apparenU
ftpparent y lost confrol' of the m a - chalrms
?
1 Ul’STAIlU »l««l.. . J *
plmg,
iDBltin
chalrm an'a nd named Lloyd Tupllng,
idbIii ako ar.ll.blfc A n 21 to 4li. '
■W
'*
In
Bonner
county
distric
t
c
o
u
r
t
phme
ani
H.
R
.
Flnlbl.
worklBf
hogn.
P«m.B.nt
po.i.
5|j;
i x ?
, z s ^
chine
and
Jt
toppled
Into
a
borrow
Boise,
v
c » T ” * uf.'‘u .*
1*'®®*“ ’*’
crow Bolie. vice chairman. Oeorge H .
f* " ”
“ W
• w . l , . ^ 'OS;
'
p
it.
•
«oI
*~roll.™;
Colorod
i»
;
whlU
rock
»
:
p it. ■
Taylor,
Taylor, Boise, was elected secretaryilarybI ^ .»1
. hi ud
! : s i ™ r t r b ' ~ r v w’ ™ !..fc
'
..* ~FU
K i»N IS H E t ArXBi
'
T he boy was pinned by th e tra
treoaure
« «c •- treasurer,
srofii
to r seat.
-- ---------------------------------------__________ — —
•
.
ItinlW
7 ■f fig
r M
. J
* d
------ W a g e s A c c o f d
Grslin
'
Livestock
r=
nvu a ^ r s L"S! Si r =S tAi
|;“ ®S-«KTlii,
S
cHioA
“wi."rr
--
i
1
I
!
I
ii
II
Stocks-
_Li
is r
tj "iV".?.i..r.hr..vSrt‘'i5"u”.*
J r .•r.>‘s:r,-^s-^fSr&=t;s!
*»>•
P
fB , ' -wanted,
J!X
’s ^ r - is r - c M ^
Many Horses Die d,K
In Blaze of Barn «
S
H _ ‘g g y i 5 S
I
I
|]
I
II
I
"
li
fl
I
II
|]
li
“
f
A s ^ ia ti^ O K ’^ ^
Demo Aspirants
jjte
3
!»I Butter and Eggs
Ji
S i “? £ ^
^ : l
:
5 H S 3 'H § e ', x “':.'s:
I
i:S5
!!„ T est Is R e q u ire d
“S ' S
K ss”'z“ !;!!l| ?:S„ i:!!» !:!!«
1 , F o r N a tu ro p a th s fhWJ
J.H "S-°™ :'.K-sr‘.‘, ^ i;s r-ffi
! ■'^■‘;i;’p ;rC ^’S7S-3Thr^ S /iS -li
•
I
:
II
P,
I
1
a
RJRTTBRfTRSffJ
— Boy Killed-
W h ’S IS ^ .S •'■>'"
: i ; n z " : . r « « . . s . s ja-Ti.'s
, . 5 K S 's p » r ~ 'f f i ; m “;»
:
■“- . ,
rtf;* ^
‘»”*' *”** ***• **'''*
P ric e s
h oholesale
l
.S
'S LL f'ii r L C ^ J ' r W W
l i " i ! 3 S H 5 ) l r l i s - s ':|:sSv^a-s^a!.
? SnSi fa ; * ~ ’.iv;a,;'.r.s --S
trs^
IH j:4 ir.'iii sAS-a S5‘ .nvl k»I>
f;; oOn
17- ^
n M e at D ecline
klrt ckok. T«rllfi« 750 tb.
je F
""
- down n.IIM1.»0j f.w lo»d« ^o*'* ,1,'f
>» ,1 lb.. >nd up » | UBd«r 7 Ibc. rr. Old
CHICAOO, Oct. 37 W -D ec U n eiin
ClUCAl
'K E . ''w f '*j a W
b
1
,J] w
>onii.rt
. s ; !™
™ " Sin.. ' '
.
.
wholeiale
wholesale m eat prices have caused
some cuts ot beet to drop troni^ aS
Lpa
to 33 Ce
cent# a pound below OPS
tO
In .
ceilings, Ul# A m erlevi M e at In*Utut« ^announced today,
•
^
THo AMI said pork cuU tu c h ,bb
,L
h islsst^, th
shoulder*,
MUsace, ituias ahdJ
lo
o
K irJi ■ p ..jr“wK ,£ ; .-jy
‘‘~,sii i “ p £ r « s s , ‘* . ’
£.
~n Brunt
M
B ruw
' Schedules
,r t
„ _
FuU-Year
Work
^ HELP
EN R O U T E WITH TE0M A N,
T
nbport
i l
W ANTED — MALE
1 ttn iir.
iii«-w .~. - .
BOISE.
BOISl O c t 27 W—An acUve
piion.
--------UNFURNISHEOAT
ycor-arc
yeor-around Democratic p a r t y expeh
r jj
orgonlsaUon
to begin working on the
»q'* i
orgonlsg
1054 elecUon
is being formed. S tate iNTFni
ele
Chairm
Chalrmian A. W . B runt said.
:
He
o- and
and I1 P.m.
He said
sa in past etecUons Dem
emO*
______ Moitl
MOKTII UKUST iW tM
^ n Bri
ccrats
h a d to overcome the
the i-oalTiutf.
i-obiTi'
rats have
h
It ro« wouia ii>. to ~I«t
, « ton.
coB. J - ;
S !
hendsUi hendsU rt Idaho RepubUcan* have
eteik s are sUlI high because ofJ ,a
had
In
had
In
organliatlon.
'
.ad
Son.
* °^*** ’ wn
w m ^ ta i^ lu ^ ib
heavy demand lo r them; th e in*
--------------------------------------------------Ind
SUx>ngYoung
Democrats
and
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sUtule said, but ground beef, chuck
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Hh,
women't women's organltaUons bewill
roasts, pot ro asu and beef ribs
: ;nY
; : r \ _ ’" ^ u I n i s h t o 'H O I
11 be
EXCELLENT
O PP O R T U N
established
and an etfort will
be
EX(
1^ll,
cstabllsl
were llsMd as selling u nder rtla
SMALL
ere st Interest
smai iMKt. »<rtlr iMtei.
I
m ade to m ade to keep up conUnuous
llmlls.
1,
(t< in
nr t»ll «t TM AA
, Cood
itlac7 f«r man «*prl«nff<
In
_£Lj
In
p
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rty
work.
B
runt
said.
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The price declines have ceateijid
r«.pplB», TufcanltlBK and "tlr§
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pair..
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»»>"• Contact-K.-ll Sullon^ .n
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
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HOLLYWOOD. Calif., Oct. 27 OB ^
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, .. atsard E im ilA r.of.ili. Vlauia o(. Jtir
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—runoral servlets w tre lfeia today • '
• U> low »»1b)» b rtfm lO.OC-JI.OO! comir.r. mtdlum lo t»t
-W. Cochne. d.c.u,d. lo tb. onlllon of
111. Irw 4.11.
imill to mwUmn l.M-S.M: Id.ho /o
" fr Susan
otlsaP Pe t« » , th e gallant ^(tile
a cltl to W leod h.Ktre 10.00-I6.t0i ullII.
I.H. ima
C and .11 pmoBi h.rlnr ckltn. u .ln .t
B(
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BOB REESE M O TO R OO.
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f.w l.»S.J.SOi UJl. No, J. 1.».
w! carried on a stage ahd
* tr -nd coBmmlBl rr.-. U.U>.:i.Ml rom- .Und.rd.
lUnd.rd. ttw
t.w- aftCtms
ctru s who
CTC_ E u U d«Mi*l, lo nblblt Uirm with Ih.
fA & L bigi Otln tn 'in ii
mnxl.1 10 Brim. t«l.r» Jt.DMi.M.
J.Oi, BK-llr i
BKMi.rT Tooeh.r., wIthiB tour moBih.
nnr\r
OOTJI
bell-.. Pt»i« » * ■ ----- ^ > screen
despite the handl?onU^ DODM
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tilV
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«(tor U<« (Int publldlon o( U>1> Twrilr..
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cop ot
ot paralysis.
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to th . uld RiKulor'Kt U>. I.W oftlcn
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. 0b«yln«
S.Im r.a.l>. ca.h tn c k t J«4 lb. ucVi
M lu Peter*.
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■ .»old
bgl »U
InUfot In; Bi.>h.L '
acVi
Mbs
31, died T hursday i | E \ J
t( M n.n. Supb.n, Bwphtn .nd iiMp.
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Twin F.lli n.Bli .Bd Truit Comp.nr
- •§»;
night
In
Visalia.
Calif.,
of
bronchial
S . a “ u ' - r « r 1 :!!:
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Dulldlnf. .1 Twin P.n., Countr o( twla
O'
KANSAS c m r •
t , i »-"0;
»-«0; uU.S.
pneumonia and a chronli;,kidney (nr, ■ KANSAS c in r. Ocl n
a nNo. 1. J.7M.to. mo.Hr tiM. pneuwonl
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P.n.. stat. e( Id.ho. Ihl. h.Inr th . pl.c.
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b. .I.cka U J. Ko. 1 p.prr ftw
° 1.000. Mo.tlr 4040c lower; cholct IIMH
IMb.
■ niM ^or^tb.^lr.MacUon ot U>« builsa.
£ e e d e d I m m e d ia t e ly
(tw (ecUOn.6)
feeUon. She had been paraIjTcd tr im
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0
tM t?. »o. -_—
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0« - --fw
f o t'uuew
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dow n-slnce Ja n r I,' 1D«:
e w i r t MsHo Valley's farm
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D.t«t 'Aufuil rib, tUJ.
_
,lne ■' iMcUons
IfliHO
Ki" «•' * SI'
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S“* » • «uustat«r*.u«n n « h.U.rr ’wnk to Ift:
i.ioj when
the was wounded In Ute spine
m c Uobj and for the date the
t
TOP
ORAOE MECBANIO
jSt
4.I0.4.U.
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b oiMlw conulBm 4.0CJ.10;
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10
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U.S. No. 2 mnli,
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In a hun
1 town. Dolk snMld and.r Uk lo.t.OO l9».r
m
UUsU
hunting tccldent.
[r
sUan
an will appear In (be Times■i
MUST BE VXLL Q O ALim P
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btd.- Oood . b4 cSolt. 1-1 >t«t« »0».
[Ifl;,
iN vijnic.vr TRUSTS
DaspHe h e r handicap. Miss Peters
ttr s News.
New*.Cheek
C
Utelr ads tor locaUoD
Cb«Ti«lrt
aad
Vnlck.
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, cCHICAGO.
« icaco. O c ? n ^ ^ u p i-P e u io in ir . cenUnued
conSued h e r acUng career on the M^ dd aU
all oe ee m ry taformaUen.
tad iU,JIT.-tn<V_3H. «ot.t_U.J!. .hlcm.nu
In
- u;00i-rM d-*n4-«M <..iM d-W tm asd
.nta B^g6
sjA ge.In,m
ovies.and. Jn_ te le T lH (b ,________
. . C ontact Don X ouns
tn4 1.4». kupal
Bopallw mod»t»U. d«m.Bd f.lr.
ll.OMl.M; food tnd
W A iJn D t o T l S t ]
Amtr IllU Si
Kfiiunt IU w ' m ”nliod rMrtInn
«
aili gt,e
®he portrayed women confined to
i»
f i •r AfHllUrl K* ».W Kn.1en» KJ ».S4 tholr* .lockw and fMd.r it«T» tt- d r JS
?-heeS.al
wheelchairs and won the sym pathy
>tHy
A. W. Johnson
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ai believed to have crashed '
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today Int
Into the sea near suburban '
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OCioBER
29
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City poUee collected M In bonds
"■"> Cronuila with a ll persons aboard. In- ‘ » , __
l l i DAY WEEK
n
IDAHO
FfflW ® '
lig .
T he follawlai Twta ftO a Uvestock tor parkinsj'violations over th e week— For Rinpli. . . . ub i. |>Uowi.
onion
'kOnion u«ipt
p p lla inod.nt.. d.nami (ilr,
(Ilr, ClUdIng
cmdlng^^ two prom inent Sydney . j N ermao Roger*. Admlnlilrator
TAID v a c a tio n
I l d a rJ.T
f i l
jiTlee: an-pim rwed by Ul* T w ta ^ * S T . V ‘k
/
AdverUwtnent. Oct. 28
_
----------- WiENT!f-OP-W0RK-----------—«B
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UMJtcck CosunlsiJ^ com* u>PosUng
Xbw filmt l, each for overUme park- p j™ « t* u r
i B5T^
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pany ■baaed on th# resulU o t tb sIns were ^P. J . Rlee. LlnvlUe Brown,
fn, J.M.
U.S. bers.
be«. T
Thi
he scientists were engaged
j .m . « r jJ.M
.m : OrwoB Mllow U .n ..n U.a.
jc
G L E N G, J E N K IN S
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M ast weekly tucU oauIo:
m«xi>i
11^ In raln-maklng experiments o ft the ;
Wllllan toC.eri
EgberUand Elmer FUher.
mwL
sieer# --------------------- »MJ0-31J0 ..»
• » »a n».«oo
JJJ coast.
C h e v r o le t
Carl
r tl th posted « to r over- „ « i Mneh >
Gyle Slonaker
Ub^i«M
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1« m r crwill h .. h m «taV
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n t i M i — :------------ 1^.15-31.00 Umo parking In tho poatotflce zone.
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ne. JO
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p .rc.nt
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Sli maim w e s t
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P a l Cow* __________ $15.00-18.00 **“
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DEADLINES for CUuln.d oiilri
Urzrr. Idaho I.OO-Ut. W.ihlniton 1.00;
Mondir'.
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p.m.
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JJnch
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.
Idaho
and
Or.»
- |'P H
OCTOBER ,10
” ™Tur»d.j. ibrouiB Prldir.
f"
2: ... HQga-g'., I I I'l . I.
MO.tO ok.
I p.m. t>.r B.tor. IntrrUos
Voter* In Pller precinct Ko. 1 will
.111 J.STh *p*u>*»;
1
Jsme* Moffley
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Sggclir.—I p.m. Saturdaja
qTW O M BC3JA N IC3
1(1. C.IKottiI.
Iowa l.on.S.M; r.Hew
d vote a t the American Legion hulldc.iifonii. '• .Bd
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AdvertlKment, Ort. 2 1 -a
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f, Glr-ba flX;"
m*llsni. nldwMt J.004.U, K>m.
Tlili ,B.p.r m .r r a Ih. ritht (0 «jU
•
■a in j, n o t a t the'grado school aS reJ
Darvey C.,lTcnon, Auctioneer
.nd r.j
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>
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N e e d e d I m m e d ia te ly
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P o t a t o a n d O n i o n « p o r ^ Sunday. They lormerly voted
.nd B» iBform.Uoa cas b. clx a U
WOOL
.
• t th e city hall.
OCTOBER
30
.
«
.rt*
rar.rd
to
Ib.
.dr.rtltn-.
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NTW YORK.
YOR OcL JT (4V-WooI taturm
B
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-F u tu re s
—) <lo.»l 1.1 lo M CKl. ro—n D.C. HMD;
Ben tl 0»car Johnion .
2
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t ^ .Httld b. reports inmKlIat»
(Cotirtefy t W. MeB«b(fti a a l
.w i«
Adtertliemenl. OcU 27.J8
ir K No
No/
lr.
alto..nfM will b. n .d . (et
S" l l - ‘
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5 5 ^ 0 C o m m lf ls io n
bi.u!
J iC
w m pM T . m i Kd*. n > « i» m t
notfenfr
notfenbeek
b MeCnUoti|h. A utts.
u>“ on. Intortwl.lBMfUon.
tts.
“»of»
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cVniricatKl wool .poi,' I4:-iN.
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r
ita
ir
of
Wotk
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J , . ' r ? f f i ' s s ; ’ K ; ‘4 ; . u , x
Cootaet
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KOVDmW ONIONB
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Julr Jl
III.ID: Oct. 7n.0;'I>M. 17UD.
GnnHi
,
SPECIAL
NOTICES
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Goodins
47
.
R
upert
6B
tl.OO hUh. I t i r i . - . i>.Ml .]<»•< U. MrrtMBi
m <^lh
US C«rtl{lcal«l
C.rtlflc»l«l .pot wor.1 top. SM.ON.
«WU1
>Md prlcM >t« eomiunbU «|th
*
Warner's, Ine.
Ve o u i
1.U l)-g
ld ; N-Nomtnal,_______
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'’ tipport lrr«I..W *w.'o( lu k ot Bi.ik.t.
I)-Bld:
NAdTer1ltemeo(,'0tL 24-23
a<.nu.
, L. D. M L Y A B D
OSIOSS
■
n a rre y C. iTcnon. Aoelloneer
E U oT T
1..
trom the west coasC tound
ffl
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S04TJ.
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h e a ,m
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BILI
B IL L IR E L A N D M O TO RS
« S; R x t * ------------------------»■“ >.•«
;;:s j„
!n ancient New Mexican Indian
5pi
:ei.M.lB Ata. ta .t
'r b o n . i m
’
(Two
dMim
•ftuotodl
rulnJ
prov
provf
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pre-Colum
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FKBtl'ABT OHIOSB
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Harding A E ftln to n
, ppfoplM
h ad A brisk trad e In Auch
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u v * rOVLTST
fo p lfj hJtt
A drtr
. AdT*rtli«m*nt,
Oet, ai-Nov. 1I ■
m«h~i. citl Mr.i T"!°Ma[>L
If
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mwhnd.
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^
nay Dell
* Colot>d tocks __________________ I.
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Ar>.nrmou..
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KovDiDnn TVRKET8
0 Ume parkin BUTTERTAT
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(OcL IS'll. Inclu.iT.ll
c o n u ct theT taes-N ew s Farm•
rRIBU TO
TOR
S
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RS
Ih J “
A htBh*altltu(le balloon relew ed0' Pool
the
Uvote
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Slle-Ticisirunent. Lel us exJ- * i l
In New Mexico traveled TflOO miles Ins, n o t at
lu
.Fairbanks Morse—Pomon
APPLY
,
^
plain how you ean cover
CUmtlE
L ? »
and Unded In Norway 48 h o u n ported Sunt
I Magle Valley completely ait-«;
■
on# small cost. I t will lavs
lSL'
g o r e m o t o r CO, ,
m bolh liras and money.
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SOUTII
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pulUng h is campaign special wekt
today tor an hour and 15 minutes.
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on
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iDoniit
‘Expert’Avers
Donii Dunking
Wins
xf
Blazes
W Award ‘E
Its to ^Win fo r ‘Ike’ “
^ Change Points
] Break Out in
I
u Rehearsals Begin IQ
cn r.
Dry Regions ’
2^
tFor
C Junior Play t
Many
M
an;
r
5
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-
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1.
O'
:e
ed
A
a rash
rash of
I forest flrea crackled
ut
U
in Uie mldwM.t
thiroush
ro u sh woodlands
wc
today.— .
W UpybU
^ b U n k e U o f 's m o k e and h a ze
h uunngs over-much
of Ohio,. Jo d laIt*
na
o reran d W est Virginia as fire flsh t«'*'*
ra
fni i f ht ta 1
^"ji*^Urge*^lre
U rte
? h l ^ d * * ^ ^ th
he
-anny-T«s*rTsUfla_at_OamR_Att€r=.
-m n y -rc ser
bury. ^"<1Indn Uireatenlng b u U dlnn
>P
burning off trees and b n u h .• .
aanndd bumln:
T h e officer
offlc of Uie day reported
ed
traopa were
were called out to fight thh e
traopa
fire and ha
had brought It under-oonfire
n
trol. ^He
He called Uie flamea r-very
a
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U over What’s happeiilng te Uie hole R c h
OKLAH
OKLAHOMA
OcL 57 I^B - I*
In ®y?
Uie donut. It's getU ni smaller
slier
.Tl
T
•
•
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There’a a tfend tow ard more relaxed
There'a
donut dunking
In Oklahom a, and to a n d smaUer.
due
la aa , "Now
a l UUs," he aays, holdStan Uie D onut M a n Uiat spells
^ o v look
I
Oct. 3 7-R e hea naU
*
t 44 lng
^ HAOERMAN.
Republican victory In Uia Nov.
ln« up
up aa don u t a bout the else o t at are
Republlcai
being he ld fo r th a junior plsy, a
»
a lf dol
dollar. • "Ifou know where
elecUon.
■*
____ h ahlf
clKUon.
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- i th ree ia et com edy to be presented a t
R<
^
found It? In.W aahlngton. of eourae.• o t.- 21 In tbe-new gjm aa^
8g ppj^_.
ja .-N
And wl
w hat doea donut 'dunking
- a d —Ani'oni
_ A n i'o n e knows dunking such
have-to-d
h a alum -ai
-audltorlum . Rosalyn Rockey u
havet o- < o -w lU i-E U e n h o w er-an
U bu t of the qucsUon. You’d
OU’d difectin
dlfecUng th e producUon,
:
Stevenson?
sin k e r Is
Stevenson
your flngera. he explained. ^_
The_<
T
he c a s t Indudea Johnny Oreen. ____
—EvervUllng.
^ .rordlny t/i R Lia-_
m - bu m yOl
r llll'
/» ,
ereT h a t is
to Olena A
j H r^C hU elTN ijT O an, 0 ^
su
n le y aAnderson, execuUve secreStanley
i n t aU U ial's happenedff~to
d_A
cnlald, A r t h u r R c s s , Chaxlaiie
.
u k - Ihfl
ti"riut
a PPentold
iafy-O
the-don:
iary-O l-U it_N atlnnal D onut D unkugh. T
V iw n s e n lM a iy wlU on, Thelm* ------«
pretM l-shaped piece of fried dough.
TViwnsc
Ins
Ins assod
assodaUon of America.
pret«I-sl
Hulme, Je a n Stroud, M arian O rares,
in
WIUi
• •■ Hulme,
With a conholaseur'a eye he has topped w ith icing.
observed
Sherwood a n d Dee Harmon.
rom
observed th is subUe Uend from
"Hold It any way you like, how Jan u s E
5g?* -The
T he pproduction atoff haa n o t been
•,
alopplns
alopplns ith e sinker from th e cup a re you igolhg to dunk thU thing?"
named. W ayns T ags la Uie‘ c
U
m
tual he asked.
named,
Into
Into Uie
the rmouth to th e more casual
asked,
S
, 4 * I K UBORATOI
In - advUcr,
advUcr.
lod.
Now S
'd ipP and let drip a while" meUiod.
8 u n figures thU whole In1l3377i ( 4 . Moil, w , i u „
'•“
I*
a
sldlous
busUiesa
of
making
boles
lolea
—
------------------------phoft
- The-change, In liU opinion, I*
I
ES-NEW S WAlJT A M
D 6. .___
amaller. ior mulUplylng holes to give READ TIM
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pollUcal portent—th e surface rip- amaller,
------------------------- ----------------------— ^-------ling th e Illusion
of plenty, haa beea go- —
—
pie of a profound and-deep running
lllusi
itry In* on for
current which wlU rock tb e country
f. a bout SO yeara. Twenty yeara, g e t 117
on elecUon day.
Twenty
-1 ?roi
wouldn't for th e u w ld jjg l n t
TOa .U rvj enap J u to n e n t,-B)tan
ta n . ,.-I
U to
finger- a t-th e -p re se n t-a dmtnUtnU» y ^ h e has been atudylng th e »U
U mymy-flage
S*'a5li
thU
of dunking In Oklahom a for five tratlon.” he InsUtod. ‘ b u t It UUs
SI
days.
U a n exi
example of present day trend
rend ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ I f l f l l j f l j l ^ ^ f l B
n
u
n
'a
i
ever Uiere's
one answer—we are
6Um'* «n e a te s t concern, however
there's Just
,
d i d n o rt «a r cCxAsSN
t i tO T Wiilili
■ ■
s i'
1 - F |T = R iti
-Lk- S : i i S
T h e officer, however, denied a r e ..;
p o rt th
thaat t Uie blase h a d caused a n
'-'J
PO'’^
explosion
explosion lrIn the army camp.
"
In d ian a Oov.
(
Henry P. S c b rlclu r
.
calle
c a lledd-o
-ouut t naUanal su a rd unit* to
:
fishhl-flre
a rsnglng-ln the vicinity
flg
l-flre*
“
ig wTii'™
of Bloomlnslon and a stole official
7 “ “ . .. r f tj. I t. o » a u *,
IJI
w arned the fires "may cover 3W
0 Itake ef the LDS c h n rc h for 100
“
acres"
t o a - tefo;
M o r e nooo.
fper
" cent attendance a t m ecU on.
eonntcU oa' wlUi tb e LDS
^A lummi
fummer-long drought and a. »a ®?™
UUnder-dry
nder-dry IndUn eummer h a yZ
“w
re cbareh t w 13 m eaU u. Iler» U the
1>. iaat
ctUied^reiw
ctUied“ repeat«d fires In' America’*
“ **award
* * 7 e f IbU U n d to be preK ste d in
are a alnce Ibe Um*_
u tlm
^ rbleurlu£d s
.*eated
in ^
c le mra
u tinfor a tleh d a ae e 'faju
only T h e only area getllng■- enougti
(qtoeuie
euieththe ei ritedanger waa the w e it- redoeed JId tbe cbureh fro m IT to
na ”Itm cnU ia. •
^r m ,iope
slope olof the Cwcade niountalna,
__
j„
---In OOreson
reson iand Washington. T h e 'b is
_
douslaa
douglaa fire
fire foresLi there have b een '
6S
wHj,
p e ltid with seasonal rains.
•
HAOER
h a g e r m a n , Oct. 37—Members
___
of .the Zion league of th e Reorked
ganlied LDS church F rid a y -ft-orked
Ival
on projects for- the h a rv e st fesUval
In December.
•'
Decemt
,Q
T he group wlU hold a Halloween
« .
' 9 p a r ^ for Uie next meeUng. The
ion
program will be u nder th e dlrecUon
._W AB HIN aTO N .-O cL,J7-H »-6en. of DorU iDavU, president. H erm an Welker, R., Ida., aald loday
lai
PresRlent Truman and Oov. A dlal
Slevenson
Sterenaon are
a ‘'destro>-1ng hopes f o r _ _
unity on forclffn policy."
■ ■
fu tu re unit]
tt
Imn a ita
ttAtemenl
dUlrlbuled by th o | | f l | l
p«publlcBii nsUonal com m ittee, ■ ■ I 1 1
Republican
W e lk e aald
said Truman and Stovenson, | f l | U
th o Democr
DemocraMc nominee for Presldden
^ n t,
t „are
e -n
"mouthing the sam e identlc
tlc al
al nmlark
nmlarkey and selling th e a a m e ................
u n tru th s"
untruUis."
—w
- W eeik
ik eerad
ra d d e d !..........................- ................
^
„
..
-W e Eepubllcans have pointed
M |
11J.
I!•
r.
. . . Bwley. UiW r a d * U acher'
a t OrerUnil aebeel, haa tkcen p re tented wftb an fda&e FTA Ufe*
u - B w nbenU p fer ber work with I h »e -'
^
.xcepUonal child. Hr*.-Beld. w ifeB
^ of the prioclpal cf Miller aeboot.^
P ttU n d ed ^e.ed o eaU o a.w o rkab ep»
t ' a t ISC laat ihtnnnf ao d th e cbUd*
fuldanee eUnle at tbe U alrtralty^
^ "e(MIdaho
Uit year. Her work ha**
OOODINO, OCL 71 U »-AppolnU
'
n e n t of E. 8. lU w li. Lew utnn u(J, been leaehlnj rtadlns an d apelllnjf
ch ^rm an of the AmerScan Lesion to Uie alow leinier. (Staff en y.
axrlcultun and coiucrvatlon comene-o* the enan !i« U o n ’» i '; W ? v
malor national commltt<e«. h u -,
'
•iuoU need u j A B d rew -F-' -r
Jamt<. ita t« commander. .
A t ehalrman. J a in u »aI(I.~BAWU .
.W !%
will btf on eh« a e c u tiv e *eetk>n Oi
. ^
_
the naUonal economlci com ^ilulon,
'^ J jC
I*
poU<7 >maUns cniup of th e l ^ l o n .
. Jamea alw .announeed these »d>
rk
roAH O PALLB, Oct. 37 t*»-W ork
ditlonal appolntoient4 by NaUonal a t the national reactor tesU nj a ta»' LcfloB C ondr. L iw ii K. Oough: ' tlon near here will not slow up beH arry Becolt. T»-1n FalU. vice cause of winter thU year; In fact,
tiialnnan of tha convenUon rcM luV I t never ha*.
Uon a u lsim e n t conuntttee; MU* T he -atomic energy commiaelon
U rd U tanea, Carey, aeronauUc*.
‘ construcUon and operaUon pro’*
and Jam ei W. Moore, BoUe, n aJl- gram la deilsned - -so -th at- cold
“
rebabniU Uori~lninrtne«~vl*
j weather d o u nol Interrupt m a in
TlJoiT board.
“ funcU oaa.of. Ujfi_proJect^_For_cxfNamed to Ihe national dUtlofuUh*
H ample, contractors have even poured
ed KUcaU eommlttee were:
•“
, cement In 38 belo» lero weaUjer. ,
out Ume alter Ume th a t U was th e
'O or. Len Jordan: Beni. H enry
/
Accesi rosiU and other preUml„ fidUi consrcss w hich
D rsrahak a nd H e m a n W elker;
, Republican
(U H
^ nary w ork-for-the'a
ircraft propul" S Oie
e
-Hep.-Ham er Budge: O . 0 . Wli*on,
i; S
paased
'* W .
T alon reactor, will bi completed beP^f*”
“ 1. original Marahall p la n .
Coeur d'Alene: E. B. H u n t, Bandjjr
-prosram
r-p to v id ed -ak M o f-m irk o y ----------•*■ TorTKeKy^noWTliarCoraWICUbTr
point: Bart Boetwtek, Plm m ner; A.
_
an
d
Greece
and
Interim
aid
fOr
a o oJ
t-U“me-ie
a c lo t_ » la rU .n e x tjp rln s. S ?
O. EDgitrom. Euaene Carrlaon. Abe
prti
TYanca
a
n
d
lla
ly
a
n
d
w
hlch-adoptid
____
____
f T o u i-co n siru c ilo n 'an d -o u ie r-p cr- O o r r . 3acJc M cQ usde«nil Charlie P.
Vandenberg resolution w hich
f " '7
iD.toe project Ifl ex- «thee Vand.«
Peterien. all Moscow: Claude B rijh::
t, sonnel
a t ISCInvolved
law
f . paved
the «way for NATO-Norlh A t\
Kj
. pected to swell lo .tome 3JOO p erf
I I , Melba: Frank MorrUon, K etchum :
*
JQ lan tlc treaty organliaUon. And w e
\
^ sons b y next summer. About 3.600
I
Bay Reichert. R ler; E dgar W.
h av e shown th a t Republicans m nde
\
Bmlth, aalm on; Robert- L. Reynold,r are employed a t present.
\ .
The.
breeder rea cto r *a form al protest In 18« when T ru n i
BoUe; R u»ell Rock. Idaho FalU : to
J h eeapcrlmcntal
alo
\
Into, operalion more U>an a1^ m a n withdrew American troops
Ui
C. O. Evane, Pocatello: W. W. wentfriTln*)
( . from Korea.’
\
ago; ^Uie milerlals UsUns reB
Prant*. TRln Palla: H arry W. year
---------—
^
“President Truman . . . h a s e o n \
Ui? p ast year.
i l
ChrUty, L e v U lo n :'S te re Heltfeld. actor
* itarted
re sutm
i during
to—try - to - s te a l- c r a d lt- lo r ..... - \ _
ah d«'th
artn fth erm a l-re tirto r -tlnued
tin u M -w
I
Wallace, and B ritt Nedry. BoUe. If UY Y
O
r
K
<
•J. these constructive
parta of our f o r\
sUll In llfl construction a U se
consti
OUbert 8t. Clair, Idaho PalU :
elsn program from the R epubll' \
“ Beside
•IS"
I
Darld Doane. BoUe; Lealie Mer n n Uio
f ) aircraft reactor, thlae cana.
\
_ oUier major hub a l Uie project
cans. And now we find O ovem or
Carthy, LewUton, and P a l Buma,
\
Uie chemical
processing plant.
Stovenson ccalling In one breath f o r
W
f
i
| i n — Jerome, were narn id T o T H m B p o mi.
ir-------jg
___________•
___
_ u nuity
n ity a ta t h hotne and In tho n e x t
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HAILEY, Oct. 7 7 -T h e m eeU nj of
'n loclaUon will meet In Idaho PalU
local PMA offlcera with Clarence for their annual convention, Nov.
m H ' Jenaen, a t a t e c h a ir m a n ;'U o y d’f 19.1B, M. c . Cliar, accretuy, m n i
Campbell, engineer, and H arland
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7 nounctd today,
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--B Jackbum ,- dU trlct -field n t» n ,Speaker! Invited Include Sen.
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■niiinday afternoon waa conUnuedy George W. Maloae. IV. Nev,: W . H.
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to 7 : » p. m. W edn«day,-C ounty
ro
n stelw er, president
of lha N ational
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C hatonan.W im am .B uhler report#.d Woolgrowers asiocUUon: J e r r y
1- SotoU, director of agrtcullural re- seareh-for-A nRaur aM ~c« n p aj\y ;
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- mittee, wlU be In charge.
William D.' &nbree, J r . tax conk-.-t
:- ,J e n ia a ja ld .* U n r«1.U csultant,
e« n c r:lM
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naUonal
livestock tax com mlttoe.
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UelU tC u jo b Duo W .
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hal a re your view* on p r «t u« n l HelU
tc Trust
T nist Co. Building - Ph. 30<0•
Located In Twin FalU Bank &
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Opposed
to It. T h e 31-member
Oppo
lously
House com m lttoe unanimously
• Hous
th e proposed bill.. Too
Too
' rejected
rejec!
U
• m
uch fede ra l encroachmenU
mud:
n a k e ev en
ook simple.
th e3 •'' nM
Pj
p .J
T hey stand nip
p better, longer u n d er the3 ;nY
to u g h e st
farm
h aaulingjobe
u l i n g jobt
-
most rugged road
.d and load
load conditions. T hey H
VA
■ t a k o i t easy on everyday
veryday o]
operating expense^*
cost less to keep>in ccondition.
o n d iti
'The reason is3
e a s y to u n d e r s taa n d
d .. Thej
They’re b u ilt for the.3
job, B p e d a l i z e d for ttho
h o hhauL
at
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'^ a n t to c u t y our hauling'coets?
h a u lin i
See u s forC
a rnmpiAifl deiDoiistxation
lonstrataon o n y our ferm ..
F r m in e h tb e w iy te
0O n ly I n tA rr to tle m ili
C o m b ln s o il th « M c davvcomn iw
to gaM
a a ti
^
Ively fer
• All-trutk •ngln»i~«xduil«ly
for Injdt
Jnjdt«w ork-bvK t Ifl tb*
world'i laro*iI exelvtire truck
Iruck engine plant.
pla
(o ,« b l.
th , r o o i- - I k .
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Cotnfo-VItlon Cob doilgned
f6 drIverL
ed bby/ drive'n for
.
a.Soper-iJeerina lyrteei—more positive cw
x)f* potitlve control, eetier heiv
■«.
___ ■-•■-dllng. 37* turning oitaU for
er fl/Mtef
greetef mom
moneuvwobilify.
■ • The tfodlHottol frw* lowgln'en
hntti Ihot
tfrat ho,
hoi kkept InHraolioaal
lU iIOitrolghr:
itroighrreot^
,• flnilnheovy^utytrudioleiJO
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•T he Irvclc •oglneared for jw
ymr
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T boifciwxWi,
w job
ffOffl H-toft pickvpi to 90.000
,000 pbwndi
povndi CV
CVW njtingi.
Mrvlu orgoniiatkxb
m truck lervlca
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EQUIPMENT
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(B U D G E )
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b o n o t fa v o r!'a t le ast under
pr^je
present d r a f t law.
A
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(O P P O N E M
In -JiTor el WU
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f*rm j« P » a «**»•■
Q E xplain yonr vlewa on howf ak »tront
alrong fai
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v p n the profrwu*
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S o-m, .e'eupporta -ne ce ssary u n d e r - - - ^ T !
Some
ou
ent ojw»Un{._
condlUons aa a l present. D
Doea
je e n t
n o t ffavor th e stric t 90 percent
or It,
parity, relucU nU y votod for
Parll}
td u e b u t would prefer gradual reducUon of p a rity aupport and propro*
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le t Ua (live you I
in Uua a r t a w]
c e n tly b o u R h t
lyitionalfllikoth
in te r e a te d i n . '
^ ' h o w ln te m a tio r
w g c o s ta o a jo b
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Q Do-you th in k ta ir a eaa b? redoeed !a 0)
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Y m . a n d th e y m ust be. T his ye ar
No.
th e llr s t U m e.ln history U iat Uie ,
D.- 8. d olhir haa been discounted • chin
In C anada. L a s ly e a r.lt woa,11.08. • r « “'
nuch
• Now ll U M centa. Tw> much
taxation to Insure a stobleI naUonal economy.
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{OPPONENT
baUne*d bodit*?
Q -W h a t a re .your rlew a 00 a baUneed
bo^*
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(O P P O N E ^
A
(B U D G E )
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A
T lie b udge t can be balanced
th ro u sh curta ilm en t of unnecesaary spending. Bome m inor ex­
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amples. typical o t many Urge
large
etlon
ltem.i: A n $19,000 approprUUon
lonal
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for a stu d y Into th e emoUooal
strain* of aheep and goaU. •
Tf m i
bc icj
— ---debfcQ W b at a re ye ur Tlewa on Uie defes** P««
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IFIELD
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IDING—
Q W ha
h al arw ye ur rlewa on t m l ^ ^ mil
A
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A
Should
ShouI bo drasUcftlly cut. Twen---------ty-BCven-«ther^mnJor-oounlrle*,------V m
have
all receiving
foreign
aid,
rt
vhlch
a combined naUonal debt, which
eUll
If mulUplled by two would1 sUll
Uonal
bc leas th a n Uie u ; S. naUonal
6
IPLEMENT
U W E R C O S T -lL
Yes.
Yes The
thorlty h u beta» w a
tho;
p re » « t for
Q \V
hal a ro yonr rlewa on thbe
e present
\Vha
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{telMti
^ .^ = "A^” ( o v v o m
u l 'Democratic Cash
Eeserve Is Low Jj;;' S.
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(O P P O M
A
I n lavor ot ptlnti f
In
when and when 11ce
whi
job without T U ttitt
Job
the pwplirf
^depriving
P
they ahould ba eaM
Csnjon dmn WI! tfl*i
Cat
will brinj mon w tt
WlU
elAte' end oot bsrt nla
aUl
of raUe;
T*uey
Q Are yoo In f a r o r o f aome Idna
U ad of
waterahedT
) r ~
■ mu»t be aljnbd up for by Jan , 1. ^
^ Uieae
r " p raeI
lla rrttter’t extluiW e
i’> - •
-w orkm ay be atarted iOTI
I , * • fntorei:
tlc tt UUa fall If w eather permit*.
Buhler laid all Blaine county farm - *®’“ o r ne:
era will be contacted by membera of Meemp'oye
b
o n A U S ia iid e iu r8 ^ ^
s s iu
H B
H [j
• Dri-V .ll a b ln e ti
I ^ B
— ^ @ y _ - - * s u t n L $ £ i i f 4 j t £ d i i _____ f l n
[g S p
«n(ion u n iu ~ w « .
' r u ie d S ^ irik
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A
CO PPO N E M
Favor coniroli vbsi ■
Pax
usinit There nectsuj
usli
picture
cluoset «1Ui cb
plcl
v IS E L O R S- -Jo
INSURANCE COUNSELORS
) hn A n d erso n , M g r.
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I n t e r n a t i o n a lI T
c kk ff
T nn iic
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A
(B U D G E )
*•
M ost controU unnecessary,. and
ly tho
th e
th e n ation, and porUculorly
them
farmer, b e tto r off wlUiout Uiem..
Do no t favor.
(B U D G E )
ontfol
No. Ttio m u c h "d U tan t: control
by bureaucracy.
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^T’ U S S W O R K !^
WABHINOTON, Oct. 27, tJFh- oUier majoi
C hairm an.Stephen A. Mitchell r e - the chemlcj
IM
parted Friday th a t th e Democratic 3 iiik ^ .f f .« i
m
naUonal' commlltee. w ith a bank W f t A l n balance of IIJB,013.59 will be unable H O U l g
e
a
ll
}-car
'ro
u
n
d
-b
o
y
and
fill
to help DemocraUc candidates fo r
T T ^I J
season
for fruiu and
the house and xenate.
' Hlow
0 1price*
Q
He -told reporters thU a fte r vU lt: Icm id
when
a HO
bought
F
ia qusntity.
Ins U u W hite H o u u to report tb
o{ the
P ru ld e n l T rum an on th e elecUon lodaU on w
ouUook.
for m elr a
ITie proepect for * victory f o r ig.jB , M. {
Adlal SteVenion. be. said, U ~rery nounced tod
encouractns.’*
BDeakert
Mitchell aald, too, h e waa ‘’really oeorB t W. I
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escm ingK t" by the public reaction sjelw er, p n
■ TWIN FALLS
'i
t o a fund appeal made before an •d t Woolcrowen
.
a fter Sterenson'B broadcast T hurs- sotoU , dire
t ' ' diyB H K W- - - " " - - .
-■ a eareh -fo r.
Wllllam D.
O H more e n i w ith B u ile r Maah. n iltan t, natJ
- ateb« Beed a a d Feed Co, A dr. J H L , mittee.
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q Vyhi
tIm and
u i l wagi
w tte conlroliT
W hat aro yoa r rlewa on price
^
tum skf'
MMs^
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repotted
I ,
reported In Ute O c t U r i
-Ys Uu rn- m
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Freezers
iMurray
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Here a re a n aw ert by boUi
Coogreealonal candidates .to
W
ImporU
'porianr q u e a U o n rb y ld a h o ~ - ^ ^ f l
B n re as FederaUon (a
^ ^ f l
Farm D
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W l
Hf.r
n il
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Your llreelocfc-caa-Bet-you-ln-trou
»t-you-ln-Ut»uW e,-Caa— :------------^-----~ Tus,loday, let us show■you how to Ib o 'fln a n - .
Remember, In'. ■
dally prblcctW a t all. UmesI Remci
surance cosU leas th a n a law s u it. . . T here
Is no obllsaUon, phono
no 2040,
JMO. ask for John Anderson,
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RgAD ‘m flS -N E W S WANT ADfl.
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IDAHO FA LU , Oct, 57 flI>-McmH
Slated for Hailey■^r “Z°J£
b e n ot the Idaho Woolgrowera as-
L n r E S T O C K “ O W N^ER
E R S L la
iabbilility P o l l g y M a y ',
L ---------------- S a v e Y o u 'M o n e y ,- TTr roouubblele; ; I L
x osa! I n v e s t ig a te
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G eneral o f A m erica's
] A H M ERS AND
A
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A
Q Do y
~ ~ ^ T T ch — znoW T iT T R Itftf-trasted.-—
f i—
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— — v o ie a '^ o r 'a lP m e a s u r c j- calling
lu n r .
for cut* in th e program . Mtllt«r7
le a n - - v i _ = - : ------- - — now
YM.!,
haa-Tnore m oney th a n I lc
th e 11: In one year, e ven-M,m
, ; ■
• spend
th a»
D.-8.
110
WfKoa cue UUi year.
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