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Counties
ou n ties
P ro
r o m ootltin g th e G ro w'th
th o f N in e Irrig
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i Y ,-M A Y 25,-1967-----------------
'.hool Days End For 425 M
HighSchoo
Youths A ttiGraduation
jtion In T.F. i
i| Tt h] a nitt Cuts
C
Tl
T rip
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S
I Sl h o r t TTlo R eeppco r t
I O n NPaassfs e r T a l k s
Hnrvnrd
Skeidsvoll, an exB jl
Hni
chanf sludent fro m Norway,
change
c> ' hc
among
the grad u ates.
Ho
’. u;.•
hosts. M r. and1 Mrs, wV l"‘
J™ '
j^ ^ h ^ b H H B
W aj
J * '’;' Routh, w e re recognized
by
1 ^
by DrU Hafiland.
Pas
Paising
og* diplom as were
3 B
board of tru .iicc members
board
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Henry Coiner, F ra n k Dei.uca
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BEIRUT. I.ehanon (AP) - a visit 10
I the Can.icJian world’s
ivorld’s ct)nslder
ft)nslders the pulf [0 be tho
U.N.
Secret.Trv-Gencral
ral
U fair, Expo
E\
(37 al M o n tre al,1, Can- terntnrial
lerntnri waicr.i of both Egypt
Som m er, assisled
“ f”*
ite misa key ro le in the nnd Saucii
Sai Ariihia. alihnugh the
T hant cut short h is pente
mi.s- ada played
pla
by Richard D nun. denn.
by K
sion to EsyV^
I
nd flew calling (of an em erg en c y .session lira eli port ot Elath is at the
^ ^ B
tQ d,iy and
The high schciol symphony
B B
a.N, Se- Ilf
home to rc|iort t o tfie U.N,
nf the U.N. S ecurity Gouncil
jouncil head of iho gulf.
Del.- B M
hand, conduct<^ by Del.'
Co
^ks with Wednesc
Wednesday on the M iddle: East. Algcri,i
Algeri offered to send troops
^ ^ B
curliy Council
on his ta^ks
SiauR Siauglitcr. played the proces^ ^ B
President G nm al Abdel
el Nas- India threw its s u p p oirt
r t be- to help Eg>ot in ihc event of a
slon^I
|H
slona ^nd rccesKional.
. se r on the
ti M iddle E astt crisis, hind Eg
ERypt's right to blnck
wi tho Israi'lis,
ack is- light wilh
Fol
Following
commencem ent, . B B
lu ll nl Syria ordt'rcd the motitiiia■nt Nas- '"''eli shipping into th o Gull
" I have met President
firndi
f;rnduntcs
convened to .many
■ ■
mission
Aq.-ibn,
Foreign
Mfni.stcr
M. C. lion
tion of a r)(l,oaO-niiin civili.in
scr
and
I
co
n
sid
er
my
missiiin
'iJ-'®,'’parti< and o th e r functions
parties
^ B
the Popular Army.
I do nnt
Chagla lold P a rlia m e n t India guard calli’d
c
complclC(
^
^
B
completed."
hc
s
a
id
.
"I
nnl
am) Iheir
1
and
parrn t.s nnd faculiy
.atement
— —
"
intend to
(0 mnke a n y statement
members atten d eopen
d an open
^ ^ B
on my inlks hero until I return
a t the £])<.s Club.
J^B
Ike Security Council In New
to the
\}>
Thi
This yenr's clan.swns
nf 425 wns
Y ork." .
York.”
Q Q
2G K's
2G K'ss than the c lass nf 1M6,
Aides snid he planned 10 rcRe[
Report cards a re to l» isport to the c ouncil Saturday or
^ ^B
sued sued to nil .'itudcnts in School
Sunday.
In
form
ants
said
hc
carB 1*|
Distr:
District No. 411 about 1 p.m.
ried .a' spccliir incssage lo the X l l
Frida Friday. W ednesday was the
)( P a t
council from
Na.s.ser.
V riT
over the faces of
fi
,i|'°dis- Arm
lastlast
< day of school inI*the
_ CIPATlO N IS W R r iT E N all ov
ii
B y GEORGE
;ORGE MCART
MCAR'niUR
Gurney, left, and P a t UIght
g h t a s they malce final adjustments
■nts to
They added
it was unlikely
Irict.
Cum
trict.
ed n esday nig!
night’s Twin Falls1 High Tliant
Tlinnt was
w
c a rry in g n new
new
SAIG
caps and gowns prior to0 W edn
SAIGON (AP)—The U.S.
U,S. C
Comr
om m im d n n n o u n c c d foJ
pcacc
Sthool graduation.
pcace for
formula,
<Jay
ScSth
d a y th
th n t a r c c o r d nnuum
m bbce r o f 337
3
A m e ric a n s w e re
Nasser, sou rcc s said,
id, e.se.t- killed iin a c tio n l a s t w eek, m ainl>
a in ly in figlitinR n ro u n d
; ' V
\
I
. plained llin T h an l in detail
llie [he ddci
tail the
e m ilita r iz e d z o n ee which lia s now
t
b e e n e m p tie d of
■' I
_v.
Egyplinn position in the crisis
S
I
Egyplinn
g
in
v
a
sio
n
a
w eek ngo. T he
'io*^VMii
tro
o
p
s
f
o
llo
w
in
g
its
irivasio
' I
nnd T
Than
and
hant is exp ccted lo spell
id th e la
suid
lasst U .S. M a rin e s a n d
i M k this out in his r e p o r t to the
the SeSe- A m c ric n n C o m m a n d su
ls Jia
have
n o w le
I ft,th e s o u th e r n h a Jf _
v c.n
curfc)'
c u rttr Cotmdl a n d to requesl S outh V
> J e i n a n ic s tt.u n i IS
tlie Council's opinion nn
n whal of tlic
the
tilt: z one, t a k i n g w
with
ith th e m a w ealth -of c a p tu r e d
B I H I the next U.N. m n v c should
ould be
b o o ty
ty plus th o u s a n d s of
In
war .j-.....:..''' the
'b e effort to h e ad off
‘-.“ ^ 1; cc iv
iv ilia
ilia n r e f u g e e s . A m ong
cs and
'
between the A r^ b stntes
belween
and
J
th e c ap tu red ite m s w e re
Israel.
T q
n
.G
Q
180
North V ie in a m e s e g a s
B K
Nnsser is rep o rte d to hnve
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.
m asks .soiled Wedne.sday along
assured Thant o f his willingwilling-CHICAGO
qh (AP) — T raf. ^ wi^h'^l C
: wilh l.OOd m ortar shells,
ness to co
cooperate with the
^
hc Unit-fic deaths
could num berib e:r i'h e -j-ho
c casualty report listed 337
ed Natlor
Nations, but a t Ihc5 same
same ;:yg to |750 durinR th e naAmpHci
Americans killed, 2,282 wounded
timee stressed hi.s determination
tim
iion's ,„ u r^ a y M em orial
nination
’"■la
and 315 missing jjuring last
^ ^ B to keep E^Sypt’an forccs in
^.
fn Gaza . ,,,.((1
weekend,
the N n 1 1 0 n a I w eek. In addition. 211 South
and In
in Sinai n n d to maintain
Wni
Council
estimated
vietn'an
atea
Vietnamese troops were report­
what hc cnlls E gypt's legnl
'^^g.
ed killed and nlhcr allies, mainrighis In b.-ir the Gulf off Aqaba
^ ^ B ''igh'-s
Aqaba IJ ' '''Howard Pyle,
council
'v
jrn l
Iv thc'^^
the South Kore.ins. reported
^ ^ B to
-sh^PP'"e■ 1j presii
president, said th a t traffic
j'o
3fnc
50 dead
dead. Communist losses were
^ ^ B
N a s s e r Wedne.sWedne.s- | oq
00 aa non-holiday w eekend
22.464
464 ki
tend
killed. All this made the
day night
^ ^ B
(l^y
tilRht and N a s s e r was re- ] of
of tlthe same le n g th Ihls
Ihis w
week
eek b'
by far Ihe bloodiest of the
ported sym p a th e tic to Ihc
Ihe sec- 4H seaso
season could be e xpected
w
eted
war
ar.
reti)i7-ecr
^ ^ B
retary-general’s
peace propos- 110 10
killkil530, Last y e a r ’s MeT he
«
The week’s casualties brought
ais.
Thu
E
g
y
p
tia
n
leader
morii
ler
also
J
morial
Day
w
eekend
cost
m
c
in.
B B H i^ ^ ^ ^ S 9 ! ^ 5 ^ 5 S
ais. The
U.S. losses for the w ar to 10.253
was reported to have reacted 1 541,
54: IIlives in tra ffic during
dead
flog
dead aand 61,425 wounded by un­
proposal J a thn
a three-day period. “official
,fi°iai tabulation. The previous
s ta
prepared to» stCD
step favorably
favorabiy to a F r e n c h proposal
S GIVEN to 'Twin F a J ls High School
Knlers Wednesday
Wei
eated on the athleUe
field o t BmIln
la S
taddiu m as they
U
lOol seniors
w ere seated
a
FINAL MESSAGE WAS
for concertcd a c tio n hy the 3
ro p erin ten d en t, a t podium.
jm . The 4M gr
g rad tu tei
iorw ard1 to receive tbeIr
tbt diplomas. (T lm es-N ew s photo)
night by D f. E rnest R;<gl«Bd,
itla n d , rope
for killed ia action
— — -r: United SU tes; B rita in . France
5 konofigure
week wa.s 274. reached
_
__
' ' and the !Soviet U nion to head
tw ice
" "'■ * i - '
n - l
“ this year. The loll reflects
the mounting intensity of tho
s
z
i a / “
p : r ™
= , . C t oo ui n t y b l i e kO
w a r and the continued growth of
ported in Cairo dispatches to r k 1 • •
American
and allied forccs in­
A
m c r ic
■Jf
•
V
a
Includc a re v iv a l of the Egyp- I ll-k-]
volved.
f i s O
f* ^
Uan-l.sraeJi A rm J.siice Commij'^ * ^b1 j e c t i o n s
T he feint. ^^ar(ne and South
f
sion to put a brake on the ^ r i
1
;_ „
Vietnamese invasion of the
i o n southern half of the dem lliuratlo n whether
ER
continuation
df adult e d u ccatio
whetherloI increase the state
statetnx
tax The
The UrUnited S la te s and Brit[n some
some
By
contlm
£R
ver.sy
Bj EARLE U JESTER
By JOHN W. BECKLER
ver.s; th at m ig h t end it In
ixcd lone. begun la st Thursday,
on gasoline,
as propo.scdi by the nln
Iter
programs.
gasoli
nln press
pressed the Soviet
Union Two
7 * 0 affidavits
g
Associated P r e s s Writer
ptogra
As
• ^"*0”
of opposition
be
WASHINGTON (AP) -— The stales.
stale
ition lo had been
p reclpluted b y -in opes to State
Board, toto proDon W,
State Highway
Hii
pro-totoJoin
Joinththe th re e Western
allle* ^^ temporary
{en,pi
ra allle*
injunction agalMt
House passed most of President
Southern BOli
BOISE (AP) — Gov. Don
W, ^ ’n'* governor said he hopes
against creased casualtica caused by
resident Republican.*:
and Southern
lune
10.
duce
more
funds
for
tho
19158
in
the
el
tho
J9l)8
in
the
effort
b
u
t
a
dispuich
■
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,»
here Is have “a fi'"'’’ decision by Ju n e
duce mo
Johnson’s school aid billII early Democrats v o te d solidly• for the Samuc
Samuelson said today there
ommis- Red gi
guns and m ortars firing
I m
C ounty Commisfrom
Moscow
s
a
id
Soviet
offiX
,
.
.
'
e
a
r
lie
r
construction
program,
from
Mo
’
there
He
had
said
a
week
construct
today after a biller, marathon
adorned "'®
prei'y 8«>d chance” there , He I
'1th the from ihe buffer area. The
''f'l „ I' sioners. In connection with
arathon a „ ,j|
which
adopted
®,P‘'
ng
news
cials
w
ere
s
ta
llin
g
on
giving
a
.
.
’
lot
sIn
another
wide-ranging
news
cials
w
er
.
of
IdaIt
appeared
likely
a
special
se
]„
anot
wili *be
appt
giving a
county building, w ere
debate but stripped from
rc filed w eek’s casualty figure Included
jm the 230 tto 385.
’* no special session
lor said clear ans
answer, to Brllisn
1 Eleventh
p, ,
x tvyear,
e ar. sion
be needed pTrio
iorr to confercnt
conference, the governor
U.S. Officc of Education one of _
hacked
legislature befo re next
slo" would
«
t . pleas fn
Ju d ic ia l District the first
firs Ihree days of the invaT h e_ sa m e coalition backed
f o e ,a id also:. ..p r e s e n te d presented in M.oscow by
,fer».r,ce
provide.fim ds-foc-aid
also:.......... i « prized programs,...................... Mrs,
___ slon_
slo.n_-,w
hen..allicd-casL iililcs-......
‘’y . For- Coi;ct_Thuisday.____________
ful fight
fiEht i'®
He' to ld -h ls-n e w s conference
Green in a successful
, . -E lec ted slate oflicialss will be
Sect
Secrciary G eorge Drown.- The affidavits
^
The result of the 14-hour ses- to
, q elim
p'| inate Control by the
iled by ' ’'e r e severe.
le found ^
, .
p rm io H —Elect
w e r e filed
si
the OfOf- i'i* appears solutions will be
j
^ asked
othe developm ents:
sion was m ixtd for ihe adminisffectlng *„
asked lo
lo m eet with him soon to In other
iH funds for financial problt;m s affecting
'maaa
of
With
the announcement that
dmmls- f j.. r,, E d u ca tio n over all
Heber
Loughmlller,
c
h
alrm
o
of
With
si care
care ®
commission for the b lin d diu-usj
discuss nm ore efficient operation
tration,
‘ .stre n g th en state education
iperailon Preside
President Jo h n so n was flying (t,,. jjoai of com m issioners
ducatlon »I<1 <0 ‘he blind, medical
®
ers and U.S. and
South Viemamese
1
, to
n *“nnd
nd
made no appropriation.
In-- of'their
ion. jn
,|,g|p ooffices. Such a plan
?lan was to Canad
Canada for W hat the
White by
t,v Elevemh
Fie
It won fhe big fight, defeating
'
ninlstra- for pti
ptAllc w elfare recipient*
le White
Ju d ic ia l District forces were again c lea r.o f the
‘"8 d eparim
enis. The adminlstraJlMd. Jcsi^Jators Mid they “a sI*- suggested this week by
a determined Republican1 eiiort
effort jipn j,j,| e a rm a rk e d 15 per
ly State House In W ashfngton safd
was senior
senior Judge T heron W ard.
,rd
zone, 'the United States epe n t-------aid was
per ccent
sumed money appropriated to Auriiiar
Auditor JJo e R, Williams.
a a trip
5.
trip toto c o n fe r with Prim e , .,
to turn the entire program over of the
, l. m o n e y for programs desi.oiiehP
o
s
^
tl
‘0
be
trying to restore it
,
the
Department
of
Public
A
s_
c
,
i
,
,
iic
o f i_7oo
of
to the slates, but suffered losses Ignated
.p ..,
of statestate- Minister
Minister L ester B , Pearson and
.'}
^ ,has
h .. to something of the buffer status
by th e federal govern- j M C
_______miller pointed out th e county
.sistance could be used, Dut
but aa nn ov^^,5(l
owned [;
land north of Payelte -----------some members said seriously * ,
^hirh L W“»
to have under
allorney general’s opinionn ll aa tt ee rr iLake
- i , . fo|
atiorm
a reserve of $140,000 w ith, which
’ supposed
for private development
damage federal efforts to
to aid Also
i,. a d o p te d was an amendthe" rGeneva
agreements of 1954
ruled
out
that
procedure.
,
0^
to
build
tho
building
under
an
“
,r,ch
education,
for fccreatlonal purposes
V I pP lT'^ T o r l f l p t l
which divided Vietnam and set
se
Tand
nd M
^
ment by R e p , Sam Gibbons. D- l u l l
arsTfensfeasa U fJ C Il
emergei
emergency m easure to comply „o the
The main setback came on
-s Lm m cr homesites
appears
Samuelson said It nov/ acpip^e“ra rs
1
iJ jhanJ Fla.,‘ th at w o u ld Increase the ^
,
with
i!ou.se
Bill
68.
w
hich
re*
___________
........ C
1
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wilh Ht
amendment by Rep. Edilh
_ part of a ttOO.MO p o v e m o r’s
jb T
. . I . **'*''*
of
quires that an o th er Judge be
-^U w Enforcement Commis- S u f t J
Green, IK lre.. to give the“ V®
stales
i . . going
' I P r l emergency appropriation c a n b e ' _'t«w
.5 ,tlon
t o Southern slates. ± U
named to the E le v e n th District l - c ^ |
control of a program designed
used tn match federal fu n d s. sioner
wi W arner C, Mills will conesigned
joTm son puls more mon.
and that facilities f o r sa id judge
las WIU tinue serving as state poliec su- t j
to help local communitiesAwi.wS
set up "y ■,
Dedication a n d open house
house
program. Itit'vSuld
would ,Deoi
‘‘n“e
ser
g f
be provided in T w in F alls *>y 1 . 1
..
perlnlendent and the vacancy re- r l f t 3
fcxperimcntal programs outside
outside
be held a t 2 p.m . Friday at -rj,,,'
cutt>ack» in alli| other will b<
0. tt hh na tt ?Sft\nTfi
suiting fm m n,e resignation ol * *
th e regular school system,
•iday
at
new Duvall CourLs on
Heyj[, governor said, too.
, state*.
the ne
‘r tm ee nn tt jupt, a. E . Perkins mayy not be SUN VALLEY
V,
(A P )-A
n Ida- judge Ward, who h a s been disJohn W, Gardner, secretary
p‘arlier t h e House approved
•An
" H 'y -th e state
highway d ep artm
ipproved burn
burn /Avcnue a t M aurice *Street.
^
l l ? i ^ ol
5
E
"’“a tc
5,^1!
ho Suprc
Supreme C o u rt justice
health, education and welfare,
Street. federal
hB, money available to m
h filled.
?X d
ice said qualifiec
qualified lo hear ih c c a s e , noted T - m .^
. ^
am endm ents tb a t could hamoer U
w
Lawrence
H a rp e r, adminisle 19G7
19G7
j, appolnling Lester Thursdoy
Thursday that d e sp ite control
warned Ihe House suck a step . l . Office
.
introl efef. J),eri,
j),e„ jjjj a pressing n e e d for an- J . 1 1 C
federal funds during the
o f Education's
's effort trator for the T w fn Fallsdministfous- calendi
se ssio n prnwn of
”juv
delinquency
would diminish ihe effectiveness the
, enforco sc
calendar
of Sandpnint as a mem- forts ’’juvenile
icy docs
docs o[),ef
ojher ju,
judge becausc o f Iho work.
,
to
h o o l desegregratlon
egratlon ing Ai
Authority, sa id the 550Housnew early
i year. A speciaf se ssio n jjrown
r ofd the stale horse■ racing have a ful
enAn alarming
Increase In theft
of tho program and raise the guWelloM.
future, e v e n in Idaho.”
newn -------early next year could c o n sid er be nf
aho.
load of the local d is t r ic t ° ^calen*'
mSdcr
modern units f o r senior 50
c itiie
commlliee. replacing Leigh
0^ library books and reference
specter of a church-state ^contro- “ As it w ertt to the Senate
Igh Niel- Justice Jo se p h J . McFaddcn
cFaddcn ja
a»rr and that such n e e d w as rcc- of
commlllei
jte by a housin
housing will be open for, public f - j
.sen of Rigby, whose term
In mnteriai
was noted Thursday by
erm cx- spoko aatt the concluding session ogniwd
ogniicd by the le g isla tuure
re In
"?®
vote of 2!H t o m , the bill
ill ^-ould
would inspeci
inspection a t 1 p .m . Friday and
Falls U bra rlan Robert
Pired
of tho am
annual I d a h o Health
kh Con- msslnff
passing H,B. 68.
^Tw in
" ■
l^y and P r C S i d e i l t
• A M authorize * 3 .5 billion forr aid to
lo Saturday.
saturd
—Elmer Jordan of Coeur ference.
.-.(nn Bruce,
^ 7A he
h e a r i n g on th e action
I d
elementary
and secondardy
ondardy tvrfi
Dedication sp e ak e r will be ¥ > _ ,
d'Alene will be appointed
to the
the ‘'8131151108
"Statist
iniraci- While most library patrons are
d to
.suggest,” McFad- brought by 10 g e n e ra l contractschools for fisc al 1SSM9.
ig u jj jj
j Ambler, Snn FrnncUco. £ a
I. Under Loujj
state athletic commission,
resa|j_
and cooperative, he
ion, reyoung,
ng. who jng
ing firm
firms and Individuals against “appreciative
PR^*;
mcisco, _
»V
previous Icgt.slatlon theV school
« r-»ion;
regional ad m in istrato r. Housing
•
,
placing Brown.
®f“ Is
1! saldj a small m ajority continues
, .
. a .r.e. ^-,-g
more num e ro u s than
..coi
an
ever
(he
county
com
m
issioners
'J
aid Is a s s u re d through June 30. Assistance A dministration, Wil^
• —The sta te Is considering a „„r, n --r
iH»« Jn W
id their scheduled
“ practice uaauthorired removpromise t o expand
schedule foe 10 a .m . Friday-In
liam Grange w ill be m aster
X U
land trad
trade with the city nf
of RnkP
Boise
. Judgo a l of books and magazines. As a
r ® of
o 6U 7 I
ister
ofT X oO EI Lx X np O
land
creasing
xwin
Falls.
Fifth
D
is
tr
ic
t
Left InU et %va* tho major
.
n
pn
l
‘"Creasing
Twin
Ft
ijor propro- cefcmonies and f la g raising
will
_ _ , to acquirc a new site for a gov'rni^iin result, the library Is considering
gus Ca
Carr Anderson. PocaieUo,
vision, p u ttin g federal fund*
e no
“'■«
criminal gus
ind* into be by W. W. F r a n ti,
MON
cateuo, placing ali current magazines In
P r7e s l1 Conor’s residence. There. ^are
no
MOI^REAL (AP) - P
'ion ot
of aa "***conduct th a n they have cever
■mpera- school
» « t .y,m
a , hea
i c . r l h . C SC .
P“ 5‘ sucks, Some a re now
HAILEY - Cooler temperascho. d is tric ts for special
:Ul pro- Invocation will b e provided
by
Qcnt
plans to
construction
closed
by today.
dent Ji
Johnson came to the f a i r pjan,
,o begin
i
ill soon pram
om lowl o w ogy
- F o r r e s t H ibbard. Ided
Valley
The ccontractors a r e charging available only, th r o u ^ the scrtures Wednesday night will
Rran- s to n id children frtjm
new resh
residence, however,•’ wllhin
within "Increasing u rbaniiation seems ITio
Valley today.
new
joo,
he Bfg fntome
fam llie* , U gets1 80
SO per
p tr ch
c h ristlar
,;,,!
m
,hg
coooiy
acted
illegaU
y
in go- vfce desk. Mr, Bruce explained,
slow tfifl noodlng of the
wfor
Church, and thee dedf« M o n - ^t/,e
; ; s
AUtr a eruick v m to the
10 exacerbate t h e ir restlessness
inoahea
I] said cent of the fu n d s.__________
lessness inahead with the le g a l building
n.-V ;
_catory
catory prayer b y the Rev. dedfWood River, but officials
______
Er*
treal
w
luilding Because
of limited funds, reev. E r- treal world’s fair. Expo 67,wJo hthne_ ^
,
and their d e sire to rebel.
w
>el. The jnncx wiihout
c alling fo r a" Ji?”!
gen- placement
Dt.rem< of stolen books is ImThursday It always Uke*
e* sevsev­
nest IHasselblad. F irst Baptist
Baptist son
son planned
p
to discuss th e
president's commls-sion on law eral bid.
bid C ontractors have
e ra l hours for any change ot r n
aL Church, c h airm an of the1 Hous-Arab-Isracii
Hous- Arab-Is
P rr im
im e \ V n t * I ' . r i m P « «c;
president'
'6 filed Sossiwe
possible which .means. Mr.
crisis with eP
a rso ne. W n v
cnforcemt
enforcement a n d administration
^ complaint
compl
istration
a
against
th
e
county
n
ru
ce 1
In S
ing Authority,
Ministc
tempemtui'e to lake e ffect.'
" I
B ruce
added, that a community
Minister - L e s te r .. B. P e a rso n .
of jusllce re p b rts that affluence
aj'k
The Mike Ivie Construction
Tuctlon
. . .
Introductions
Intrc
w ill I n c: 11 uu dd ee then
r(
iffluenee
^nd
asked
for
an
lojunctlon-by
han
lost
tlon-by han lost that malerlal.- - - - — •
return to Wa5hlngton>"
r¥ i
beckons them to w a rd trouble,
couf to h alt constru ctio
Co., 'Bellevue, hag been hauling
Id a h o
Judge 0 . P. D u v all, who, plo- then
ouble. (i^
the court
n on Among
Amtm recent thefts, he laW ,
Judge
tion
to . plo- It
It wi
was a red letter d ay o n I g e t
“Abundance o f m aterial
huge lava rocks from the
. 7 88
neered
e fai Not only did it g e t a
al goods theannt
the annex,
w ere «
le Gan- 11<
9 6 7 ...............................7
neered low c o st housing ^pnr oy-th
several volumes of B ncy-'
the
-------------------------,' clopaedla Britannlca. two copies
-7P
grams for senior citizens gin
isit fair.
ft
.
provide an a b u n d ao c e of motives
nett-Plcabo area and dumping
in IId^ a--vvisit
from
the President o n th e r r n
t s
1 9 6 6 ........................... , 7 8
K and
J , Otis H all, contractor
them along the river" bank
ho.
for
fair's
t
U
t
'
opportunities
for
stealing.
_
: of
o f •’The-American Novel.” an.
:tor for fair’s U.S. day but some, tim e
i p c a n c e l e dI . =
_ and stealing is a - f a s t growing - NEWt rYORK
w herever Jt -appears that the
construction of th e new Duvall
Former ImporU
Important reference book for
Duvall during
during the day the 7 m)illionth
(A P )— Former
.S ::
V .lle y , SCourts.
J
pass
COLUMBL^, S. C. (AP)
- A kind of crim
ci e. T h u s we m ay be
w ater may overflow the“ river
,,
>P) —
p
.
The. p u b lic is invited
to
visitor
^ NbtNix- college and high school students,
Vice Pre-sidcnt R ic h a rd M.
dted Into visitor
expected to:xpo
p a s67s military
COLUMjudge today threw out
1 9 6 7 .............................• 1 4
allend the ccrem onies and
t
cliannel.
IS
attend
threugl was
irew oul assured that
juve nile delinquen.linque^
h a s ' canceled
anceled tw o cop
copies of ‘T h e Mormon-Esmd In- through
the turnstiles. E x p o 67 testimony
military
of war crim
es In ^y
docs
1
imes
cy jq
c s have
a future even in plani
,
,
WedfKsday night, about
Jt mid1IS9 6 6 . .■ ......................1
. 14
4 . . spect
spect Ithe new u n its.___________ opened
opened April 28.
tablishroent’' and a copy of
for
a trip to the-MMiddle
iddle tablishr
testimony
---------- Vietnsm a s a defense for
n ight, a county highway/ tr u c k ---------------------------------------- ------------------" r Capt.
C jpl. Idaho.”
u V .."
f c ' '
Cfliis 'T h e BlOe Book o( the John
------------ ------------------------------------------- Vietnsm
Howard B. Le»7, the Army
doc- Atty, Gen.
c
driven by JUlph Grif/Jn nearly q
™y<>?cA lla n 0 . Shepard
BJfch Society.”
.
:
'■'■J
loH l h . c o n ftr e n e . h .
a s a huge lava r o ^
being
n u e re t
„ ,th m any o f the recent »umoved from the truckbed into
,
,,, preme court d e cisions concernt^ e edge o l the stream.
f r
ing Juveniles a n d adu lu and also
I t wai reported the weight of
In the high c o u rt’s inference
it por th
ti e first tim e In netriy ilx
nee th
that
lix years
yet the carrler-delhreitd
held there .WAS no evidence that
the rock lilted the front of the
-------• ■
- V............. - .............
then 'o f U vy to train
« in the
juvenile c o u r t system
•
^
m ne«l»
of the ’Hme.s-News will b« increa*«d.
in c re i«
'Acting on a telephone tip,
tip, inin- Riddle,
Riddle,
Ru-ssell held
an order
order
the
truck about (ive (eet Into the air SALT
SA;
LAKE CITY .(AP)—
( A P ) - -Actit
sU months; Ru-^sell
an
S on
« Ih!
*0 be rem ealed-*'
Ffficti
Effictive- June 1, th e Times-News
Tlmes-News ceia lle r w ice will » a d -,
W
alk
e
r
medics
w
as
Illegal
baied
the
)ff Into Salt Lake County-Sheriff's
iff’s of- vestigt
vestigaung d e tectives v^ere
tryCliytoi
a nd
the rock rtaied off
ire trya lk egr defenie’t
m edlcjw contention that
that the vanced:
vanced 25 cents a m o n th , making th e new
net rate $1.75 a mpnlh-ran •
h « fwS
«dd ed, “that
lly cer- liig to interview a woman
b«- Cliyton
Riddle, Riddle. 3. a n d .W
ifferin
the “ • X 'th e water » pulled one wheel
'heel of Hcers
Hcet w e r e "reasoiiably
Riddle,1 2 - aU were su ffe
defente’tengaged In w ar crime*,
is the first increase , .
le cotiru increase
increase ot less th a n a penny a d a y . This
T
crimc* r r . .
Juvenlle^^cotiru
tain” ' to d a y t h ^ hive located lieved to be th e m other lan
at hbee r from
a brin
r a g- soldiers
tb e truck over tha edge o( the tain"
from bruises, c u ts' andid.a b■ r a -• soldiers
< . decistan followed “ *
_ ilnce Sept., IM l............ Brown’s
e-school lob
Job in the k itchen o( a SaltatUhke«r gtons,
bank. Heavy equlptnenc of the the m other *<j( five pre-school
I t U k e gtons,
Brown’ about itrocltles
W a ^ bby
y * ^ & n * "'w f im ^ C .'* 'R ‘^den,
e n , R' * To
t? m
miainuIn the q u a lity 6f'the TImei
City hhospIuL
In aiDeBry's report said.
inth-old testimony
Ivie firm w as neMed to get the children
child
w h o were, f o u n d city
In addlticm,
the ste-m onth-old
r-e m
-ia .crlti.
criti- th
thr-e»flcleiie3n
j n y & “ MrTier b f i ^ ^
: r e - d ia ' testlmon}
Sonth.-'Vtetnamt'serigalnBrwar B o U a ,-« id .th e« i,..o ft« ,-la
tetrctlvB •'O ne ■
- y o u n g ste r— five-year-oW baby
b
, county truck o u t..........
Wedi
W edaejday J n w hat one detrctlvB
rear-old
d i aIt' prisoners
Sotith.-’ Vl ,io Vietnam. The
rhe mUh
*}^ ' governm ent .In
Involve-native
v o h ^ native Ib a t to in c r e a w the c in ler^ elivi
lUevtWy Selmat
Selman- P o rte r Riddle- —
w as baby
per rahad sorer-aD d-severe
T h e lava n e k U being,
g . used defcribed
deici
a s t n .“ unbelievably
’A
n
d
mUh
«***",
- tlth
w ..a
as per
rash." DeBry said. "A...b
n de eIt
he cuestm s . Id
In aA substantiil
sub
p o r tio a o f tbe loc rfa w
ity .riesl- dwiW^
chjiWyi t a Ji. d o o n n y ..:.«
aMCU
n prism
ta ry juers
d g e -le ft open the
ques- “ ent In h e a lth pfi5gram».
8-river filthy’;
fo r-iip -a p -* U . along-ibe-river
fUthj S a lt. U ke.C oaiity..re*ln ioe pu e d . ih « .‘ .hA dn'Ld...t>eett
tary.Judi
- e;ftettvt- yy«ir.
o u ro.o rr le n tlv t a g U m A
a luiUy
lustly dewrved
deaerv n l |e , - n j 9
n d .W s caM
ell6-dence.
.'
ccojw
o m er
r wlrp n o o s e .a r o u.«tlth..a
frotn Ketchum' fo below B
Beltedenn
a y * .^ l/on
of admftttag fejtfmony m ental bcalth. I n weU«te;*etivlf i ^ i n tw o-or three iijv
d s yeatl* .^ l/on
S l o n U e i .'*
'
Sf
e r ..inettascd prodiKtIo& -ooft*
of't hf
thfll 1
id ju itm e a t iwiU help
h e b rav
cover.inei
v ue wherever It la needed.
1.
Thi
lii e c h ild re n , ranging In age necIL.
neck. ’The child w as wind.W
earings c D«fii
about’ofbrutality, in extenuation
,
fearing
Defiry; who headi the 1.^w
ii;v Merepun6hT
ti- about' bi
*ii| the
(he He
He sa
said p e rso n s who
n voice which a re n ih s t a u ta lly ht ili^^ r lh a n six y t t n ^
ilent-for U v y ,.."!!
Continued'cooler weather
« r will
wlU from sbc.to s ix monthi, had ap- only dl
dirty un d ersb o rtsi Salt
L«)c«
gttloh;
ItL a)t« n tlo h ; u ld .' the -parenla.-.w
such
f a i l “ to recognlte
Cdlec
ecottnlte , Coliections
a t th e ^Sewr rate wUI go iolD’edect- «tMni .yQiV.v-,'.:
b e e n beaten ^ 1 abused
w e eere
k s pun&hriie
trial reaches tbat stage.”'•
such criticism
crW
relieve ' the sltuatton, Blaine
Biaine pereotly
peret
abuMd County juvenile . detective Je rr y &M n
Je rr y uiMw:reported seen five e w
ft e ethk es trial
" m areac
t m eant .U v y V ’ defense that the'
the Investraent ol tax doi- carrier coUecU fo r ib » rotmtii d June.'<
county cwnmlsjioners holed.
Ited. It and one o f thero \»i-ietheTed
tethered L. DeBry
DeE
said ......
........! ...........ago
• .........
w hen-the mother le£ftr th
.i u t up such evUence
dence lo l>
» Is aatn la y e su n e a t'ln human iround
w a s - n ^ r e e s a t UsUeyV W
ed-like
I a n im a v by a chalii,
a ped mThat
lg h t'p
lais
Wedlike an
alii, the T
The
he o th e ri
identified
w ago
chlldre
'led w chUdrea^wlth a b a b y ^ lu-c
e r a p d m lght'p t to Ugbtes tha seolaoce.
leolsoce. tesources.*'..
- - .
...th j.o W ;
tesources
■ . Pltwta
Pl(W ttitt5uain'10cHle.-ff;'TI6irft
M K ta y a lih t.
.
- ■ ((«l«iw.rapt>rted.
« l«
: TlbiTA « M O I l U > i l E N , ^ % 'c eeLL 88 rr aa sn eUort
W
idemlc
B recits ruffled Academic
r o b ts »nd m crtar board
tnsslca
^25 youriR men
:n and
women Bleppcd forward 10
lo rcceive diplomos at Twin; J-alls
Fnlls
High School comtnencement
:ement
Wednesday night,
eld In
The exercisc was, held
Bruin Siadium beforee an
fludicnce of nboul 3,500,
0. ac-,
cording lo Dr. Ernesi RafiRaf;land, siipcriniendcni.
Ions of
The Fchola.'ilic disiincllonn
Jed
the tla s' were commended by
B r. Ragland, who noted
<hal
d th
at
il had received llie lilfihcsi
ilghcst
total value in scholarship?
irship?
e ver allained nt Twin Falls
JJijh Sfhc>ol.
"We will remember■ you
ivijh rfJJ pride and wish
ih you
a ll [he best for tomorrow,"
•row, •
D r. Ragland lold the gradua tes during his spcceh,
. Also speaking were valedlctorian.s Myma Jane^ Finhaum.
rey , Harold H. Nusshaum.
M nry Louise SheppardI and
Katfilwn G«y Sutcliffe, and
Vallace
salutatorian
William Wallace
»ali:
Anderson.
And
torianJ
e
Each
nf th e valedictorianJ
reci
received
a g rad e pointt averlutniorbrc of < 0 a n d the salutntorBRC
ian a g rad e t» in t average
rage of
ian
3.97
3.978.for
th e three high school
years,
yea
e
Each
w as presented with
wilh aa
iro[ b e fo re speakins io the
irophy
agnized
nud
nudience.
A l s o recognized
wer the 5 7 National Honor
were
Socicty
sludent.s. ivho) were
Soc
ilomns,
first
'i f ' to r e c e iv e their diplomns,
G
George
Stnudaher, principal,
p.ii. who w ill be lakinp
;np the
pos of a s.sistan t superintendpost
rintend-cm Ihis y e a r , mndc ihe
-cm
he prosen
• •scntaiion
o f th e cJasj.
o
Olher.s
participating in the
ecu
,-raduaceremony,
th e sccond KraiJuation to l>c h e ld in Bruin
tion
in Sla.
Sladim w ere Je rry Routh.
dlum,
lh. stusluden body president, who
dent
/ho led
thethepledge o f allegiance,
:e. and
and
Harold
N ussbaum , s e n i o r
Har
ive Ihe
Ihe
class
cla* p resid en t, who gave
rcspon.se
o n behalf of bis
his
rcsf
classm
claj atcs.
— - T S N - C E .m —
----------------^----------------
M
h
i
‘0
= 3 3 7 A m eerric
icaa]n s D ie
f
W e e kt O f A c t io n
Toll E stim ated ISo !
L™.:-----
or Fc
Foresees! No Special
I
id G
Governor
School Aid
Most Of■Scl
OfflIdaho IjGffislciturc
Legis
O
!ses House Session
Si
Bill Passes
‘go’vJm:New Senior 'iuS
t e 't™
bZ!VCitizen Units
HlS: To Be Opened S
Cool Weather “lerri
Eases Hailey S
Area Flood S
r.*.“.;"
7 j 'l'T o I n j u n c t i o n S X
SiTSS »peaks At
Health Meet
rrS
Book Thefts
l ! > t Library
io”r".i Increasing
Pays Visit
r " T ra ffic Deaths S”'!
Testimony
”4 S
rown Out-
County Policee Find
Fine Mother
r
waSf S a l t L a k e Coum
as
eaten And Abtised
(
II
Of F iv e Beaten
(Used Children
S '
Hh
a SfLS avs
“"‘“ S j
i i
R A T EINCREASE
EBVa
^
■
__2 ____ Iw in Follt T Im et-N aw it
Moy 25-26. J957
'
----------- :-----------------------------~
Seen Today
ef Reci
Recall Not
See
Twi
Twin Fallss New§ In Brief
•
Mrs, E, W, McRoberts talking
C -1 ..
. ■ ~S^m^nii^C:-M^rk-^^7-Detwci- - K a r t n J r t
obout marriage laws . . . Sgt.
,l.^Likely-Io__
6* .^
L
i
k
«
O C U
:
le r,'so n of Mr. and Mrs. John S*SiS“B
Mr, ond N
r.? Schools
Ai-e~~2!fTol
------<?aivfn-Bernard.jnahlilg_COflec
p a n l s_t . ^ •
R, Deiwcll
Detweiler,' 1002 Ninlh1 Ave. Twin Falls,
Falls will bc accompanist
_
R.
' , , . Olan Genn driving dork
E ,, h a s, hccn promoted to
to the
the for
for aa senior
senio choral recital to be
l- n - ir,
■
' green
j.« e n automobile
a" t.
. . . Mrs. Jake
I serves
Investigated
frank
a ;lk ^of7 ;ir'
155. He held Monday
airm an second class.
Mondi nl Occidental Col- M a t e n ' a l i z e
H
I V
- Pope in business of/ice . . .
a s crew chicf wilh
lh the lege, Los />
Angeles, Calif.
BOISE
~1 T|
V
IVIA
lly cloudy today.
Fair Ihrough Friday
M A G IC VALLEY—Partly
toda
Is IS to 2S
23 mile
miles per hour and gusty a t
an d w a rm e r Friday. Winds
lo r prerfplfflfJon
se ar & ro Ihroojb
•oojb
tim e s to d ty. Frobablllly for
preclpital
w In 40s,
tp i Camas P rairie high 82
F r id aa y . High 70 to M, low
40*. f.te
*tetpi
<k for Sahirday
to 72, lo w SO (0 S3. Outlook
Saturday fair aod w arm er. Tem48 a t T. F. W eather Bureau
p e r a tu r c s at 8 a .m .: 41 at:t Jerom e. 4t
y, 47 at
I t T. F.
F . Entomoi<«y U b o ra to ry
w ith 43 per cent humidity,
w ith 4< per ccnt humidity,
,ty, 50 a t Rup
Rupert. 17 at Fairfield,K ini
41
a t H a ile y , » t l Buhl, 40 aott CasUeford, 4< at Tuttle, 43 a t King
oon, 59 at T. F
H U l.-4}_at Gooding. Al noon,
I . Weather Bureau with
robeterT-M
'O T .-Soiriem peralures!
Al
S3 p e r cent humidity. Barometer:
M-.Ol
*•
J^ *p four-inch 7<-<0, elaht-lnch
Jil-lnch 8742, 220-lnch M. Se-Inch SS; al
i.' al
*
thrce-bich lev.
levels: a t Buhl, 79-M;
R g p c r t, four-inch 86-70! tbrce-bich
’’
i ; ro rd , 7 « 1 ; a l -njltle,
S 80-M;
W-W; a li King
King Hill, 80^1.
ef of stlc
- T em
e m pj e r a t u r £ S _!S^ East
Eas Idaho
~fW ^ather,-T
K S 5
Jolmsoii Asks
™
™
Reforms In
Campaigns
r/t,,
. BOISE (AP)-TTic questionr of Mrs. Harold Brown Working ot
JDAHO f a l l s (AP) - memMem- ^ .s . Air
Ai“r* iForce a l Reese Air
recalling U, S. Sen. F r a n ' ‘ i.c ta ila d m in ta r.ilo n olllcc . .
bers of ,a National Educaiion As- H
:,' Base.
n ' J Luhbock, Tex.
Force
X. Air- W. E . ((B
B lll)" c ^ ry and Norm Church appeared Tliursday ' "un”
“"•iJack W atts.walking down Main
sociation
Detweiler has returned
ned to Vollmer, ;salesmen from r ^the
°I Invesiigaiing t e a m mon notwt
in liltely lo* reach thc stage of I Avenue . . . Rcv. Don McBride,
iva in Gem Sfale
duly
after a 20-day ieavo
5fal< Paper Co.. Ti*ln
'*•"<?
Z
y after
"
J*T ,„ _
specinl
election withoul an order
j„ o m e discussing
d
fdcr Jerome,
go.spcl singand Pocatello school systems
Turin
" “ WASHWCTOirCAPr-■pres-.
Falls,
are attending the AdV
5 ^ . 1 Iw
in FFnlls
alls..................
_
I'a
lls, are
. , „ hy_the_Idaho..Suprerne_Co^rL
. . . Dr__ErnE5t_Ragland____
______
loday where ih e rc " R ^ " ^ c c n
ri: . eerrss .,...’
■ varici’
varice’ FIobl
FIobKMachine c a r s P
sale?
bv-the-Id
iOent Johnson today urged
urged
-k at
of State Pete T. commenting
conimciitir
on good behavior,
pronounccd unrest among school
iMillan Training S
School this week
at Secretary
Secretai
'Chool Mr.
Mr. and
and Mrs. R. D. McMillan
J*";
ipring Cenarrusa,
Mil- of senior class
1
, , . Mrs, Doran
teachers,
j,nve
okane. the com
piny’s ' plant in Spring
Cenarrusa to whom recall pellhave retui
returned from Spokane,
compai
lions
they Cluer ond children. Janet. BriRobert Carcy.pnd LouU Audi, Wash.,
w ash, where
wht
led fu- P a rk , Minn.
lions would
wou, bc presented if Ihey
__ of campaign contribullons Und
they attended
Minr
a re filed,
filed, said there^ippcared
K
:d to nn and Kelly,
oil Fairfield, in
WcMil-----------------------of tho NEA’a Bureau of Educaservi
’ expenses.
' " ................ . ..................... SYNOPSIS'AND AGRICULTURAL
:duca- ^e^al
neral services
for Mrs, McMil----AGRICULTUR
SUMMARY .. Sli!?? 5
1 be "m uch m erit" in the contcnitcrt- Twin Falis
Fali j n shopping spree
jU g
C hilsllat Well/ He also tJkM (i «.000 limit
c io
limit C
loiu d y skies a re being
g 'rereported
p o rte d in eastern laaho valleys .g - [„.
1 * K Ilon of3a College of Idaho polilL
JlilL _____George
_____Gcorj Otlcns typing . . . .
•On contribution? and congres- th
ih is
is forenoon
i
w hile in .southcentral
loulhcentral and
an .souihwesicrn valleys Idaho Falls
pj
cal sciential ihat-a-UailcU Stains.
ates.4JUI.Smith
JJUl.Smlth driving trac to r.. , . .
schools and Bureau "
slcnal appropriations of public go epnn ecrra lly fair wealher prevails.
cvails. Howeve
However, winds a re quite brisk Director
n
senator
is
not
subject
to
stale
Wl
;tale
Buck"
Wilson
m aking- daily- ..
Director Dr.' William McLure M vm a Ai
funds 10 Wip financc preslden- an
, e air is cool making
an dd th
Ig condition un
uncomfortable for outdoor aand
p j jJack
j c i Marcassen were In Po- st , receive
LO recall.
rounds
round.5'.'. , . Ruth Jones talking
tiai campaigns,
a c tiv l
d of to einployes
In county clerk's
m ploy
catello.
ili-ffree this
thl<; spring from the
degree
'6 Uni- .
^ ^
D
r
- D r. George V. Wolfe, head
Ths President calfcd for crim
crJm-- T h e cold air alo ft is In the
{he Intermoun
fntcrmountJin Region and during
jciaJ
n
f
^
,
.
.Moble
Smazel talking
Siting jji e two school dfstrfcls, larg- vcrsity
vcrsity of
of Michigan,
f
(he .scfiool’.s divi.ron of .sncial ipie . .
Ann Arbor. A - , ^ J ]1
. Inal penalties for violations
th e nn<e x t 3G hours i.s forecast
ns In lh
: the northern Rockies
st to move on 1Into
„ i in
In lhe
ihi .state, hnve had uneasy
sciences, said he considerss n on lelephone
lelephoi , . . Bill Priest, Jec k i« est
fieasy Mich. She 'was among 4,700 stu- / X l t l l l
ari Election Reform Act of 1967, nn ddlth e Great Plains states.
tes. Our Colde:
Coldest day should bc today
leacher relations
i
.e a rome, in Boy
Scoui office . . .
ooay teacher
since a one-day jc n ls rcccl
Uniicd States senator to fie
1
d v ln s doereB .
v/ASlilNl
>vhich he Ifl proposing.
w ith
WASHINGTON (AP) - Jam es federal lofficial
\
ith som e further cooling’ hut w arm er ia ir is expected lo move
walkoutin March, when spoke.v d c ru ra___
reMike
Mazzone
pouring
coffee
Tiove walkout
whereas the
Maj
T. Ramey, a member ofi the' call law ,refers to slate officials.
Johnson outlined his plan1 in a in to w
' estern valleys on Friday. Maxim
Maximum tcmperaiures today
men for
for thc teachers went to
Ials. . . . And overheard,
"If asparaotiay men
t»
<
c
Atomic Energy Comniission. ".,,It seems to me there Is much
tncssage sept to Congresss to- w ill h> e in the mid 50s to'the
the upper 60s oor low 70s. F rid a y 's hgih Boise
Boise to
to demand more money | - | f > £ l T
luch gus picking
has a charm, it .
pickii
®
,s.iid Tuesday the AEC will
do
ic m p .e rn iu ffs wil) be in lhe
day.
:
te
he 6a? lo
10 mid
mltl 70s.
• for
for salaries
salai
itenmust
be
the
unictue
satisfaction
.■
from Ihc Jdaho Leg" 'J , '’ m erii 10 Dr. Wolfe's content:
all in ils power lo cooperate with tion,”
'J - 'l Cenarrusa.
msidT
lleys of- Southf
Southern Idaho Is rem aining Lslature.
Init- of getting somcihing for nothHe urged Congress to consid'Ph’ce a>r over most valleys
said, "A Unitother agencies, the sw tesI .,,,
and ed States senator receives no ing,^’
m of q u l'tt t dry. There has been
en some moist
moisture moving Into north*
Follow
lorih* ^’ Following
th e
Inspection,
f r promptly the problem
ing, •
taa..slry on Ita problem ol «pt,.■ salary from
"
tiered ec rn
Carey said
s
campaign financing and oflered
m U
I ta h and the extremee southeastern Valleys of Idaho. As a Carey
Idaho schools are
p41d
----------------------the state but is p41d
—
mum miners who have been ex- ; „ ,h«
ollncs re.su
his new proposals as guidelines
re.sulllt. a few scattered showcr.s
lowers arc pos;
possible m local valleys
doing "commehdable
"i
ys of doing
things in ■ ! > „ „ „ )
posed lo oKossivo nJiallon,
“
in the soiilh
fternoon. Elsev^
Elsewhere high cloudiness
some places
pl
for discussion and debate In
so u th easiern Idaho this afternoon.
ss or some
bul are nol up to 1 1 3 0 1
are two im portani but per preliminary
m
There an
coming wepks.
c le a rr skies arc forecast today.
oday. MosUy ffair weather is expected
date wit Olher states In other
=cted dato^with
olher
recall petiton
quite separate
problems, liamcy 11 filed u.
WASHINGTON (A P )-T h■ele Na- quUe
sepan
I, Iareas."
he will ask the slate at- (Continued
(Confinoei Frem Page One)
The Pr«.iidcnt's proposals
In- for
‘^ iL PF rid a y and Saturday.
Board
told
an
Atomic
Energy
suhcomi
a
i
r
i
tIonJ'l
I-flbor
Relalions
Alo
n
>
e
influx
of
colder
air
inlo
(he
Int.
Ir
Ihc
Intet'mounlain
Region
will
The
N
Thc
NEA
investigators
s
a
i
d
lorney
general’s
office for a for- indicated >
she would return that
eluded:
•s and m ittee headed
by Rep. Chet m al opinion on thc question,
ruled today
loday thoi Plumbers
hea
It in mosl vail
valleys of Southern Idaho,
Iaho. Ihey
ihey would
wo
comment morep ex.
cx- rulca
ion. same night.
night
Full disclosure of whero cam- b r in
'n g a cool nighi tonight
48 en- Holifield, tD-Calif,"^
,lv lo
(n Pipefitters
the Ms
30s to low
lower 40s will be common,
mon, tenslvely
tenslvely In a detailed study
Pipcfjuers Local Union 648
thA.A Cenarrusa said he already has The baby-siiter,
bab
paign money comes fromI and M in im u m temperature in thc
a Mrs. Judy
caged in
unfair labor practices
ictices
-T
‘T h e first
fir:
relates to tho^e ■'•■'d ^ome unofficial legal
:andl- S o m e of the higher valleys
ower be
‘n u:
eys nnd usual colder spots in lower
be written
writu later,
how It Is sijcnt by every candiogni,
ad- Ann Donie,
24. was arrested
itional m iners believed
lo have already• vice which appears to uphold
during aa sistrike at the National
hclii
------------------------ -----------during
to the
Icgrce readings
readings.
date from the presidency lo
thc v a lle
ltc jy s will’approach 32 degree
and later released on personnl ”
t"»d and,later
Rencior Tcsilivj Station in Idaho received long
lot term exposures to _ wnjfn'
L ittle
lowest federal olfice. with, .i„y
any
u t delay is cxpccied in farm work from sfiowcr nctiviiy in l^ T _
recognizance. Sheriff Delmar
'
execssivc 'le v el, <,fVRandon
»
in December. 19G3.
‘••' exccssivc
s teir n valleys today. Windy
ndy and cool cconditions loday will bc i ^ C V
/;cm over ilHO reiwrled, Pri- ec a ste
M .riese Lnjscn
s s r ssaid Wedne.sday night
The board .said it alfirmcd
D aughters Products." Ramey
Cd thc Daughters
^f,„'n-jctor. pr^sonled s.,
mina- unfav
mary and convention nominau n favorab le to out.side work
ork bul impro'
improving conditions a re ex“" 'y contractor,
Iwo recall
Oonli i4-.r< M b? formaJJy
call Afrs. Donlc
findings of Trial Exam iner Allen said.
uded. ppce cic
c icid Fridoy an d Salurday. Scattered
tion contests would be Included,
, petitions to Cenarrusa earlier
charged today
to
■‘<=5 charged
with child abuse
lueted ' "The abr
abnormal Incidence" °of fu/
Slnsheinicr Jr., who conductcd
iidont >n eea:
a s te r n vail lys during the past 24 ho
Siieli disclnsure, thc Prcsidont
this monlh, T hc secretary of and
a„d contributing
contril
to thc neglect ’
ho, on lung cancer
X
hearings at Pocatello, Idaho,
cance in this group ol sta te 'T
Mid. ‘'wm help dispel the in s -05
-0 of an inch and Sodnt Springs .03 of nn inch, Olher amounts
.
refused
to" accept Ihem' on of minor children.
cl
April 5-9. 13GG,
m iners jipp.
Iclsnt rc
grawih of pub/ic skcpilclsnt
re p o rtc
r il were loo Jifihl lo5 be
grounds neither had the 20 qua!- Meanivhile, fhe se.irch Is vnbff measured.
measured.
I-lp i
Thc caso resulted from ^ (i h. oe oofTcondition;
c T S iS s rs ir/ifc s s r-^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
v/hich surrounds the present
derway for the parents,
plumbers union’s
posting pickets years ago
■'
ur
methods of financing political
litical
TEMPERATURE
RE AND PREC
PRECIPITATION
I^RRee- ^part
^ ^ 'hhave
n T b ebie n tu b sra n lia lly 'im '
,,
BOISE (AP) — Idaho's new
re-- a t a main gate
g
‘''fe
of the Naval
"All we know is the mother’s
campaigns.’'
H ig h e sl lemperalure Wednesday, lowc
■I ’2 fiectoriied motor vehicle license
actor Facilliy.
Facilli operated by West- proved hy action
of Industry and
cense aclor
n
name . . . or what it's suppo.sed
A J5,000 limit on thc tota! hou
h ouir.s. prccipiiation for 24 hours ending '
male- inghouse Electric
Corp. The pick- the slates."
plates will cost J376.796 for maleEl(
to be,” DeBry said. The babyamount that any individual can
ruveil
R.-imcy said
these men need S O l ’ O
jnted cts were posted
after ilartwell
Ramey
si
nlone, it was announced
p
I’' ‘’i?; I . A"n« c.
' m* " f "
rials nic
silter told him the mother's
fnnlribute to the campaign of
of
5
nnd. if sli)!! «enI'alls. lo
In he idenUficd
iJenU
Thursday. TJic plates will!l be Excavaiins
Excflvating Co. o l Id.iho Fall.?,
'• , - r
r t
•
wa.s Mr.s. ;Suzan K. Riddle, ago
any candidate.
Amnni
;
ti
U
manufociured by prison labor
o r aa lt a nnn - union
imini .contractor, began gaged in ur
and addre.ss unknown.
5 icct
'5 E
i ‘U be" ae' S : S i „ l 3 „ i S
work on
of 900
should
M
the
the stale
stale poniientiary.
nn replacement
rcf
I
r « ............ •SI
"We don’l know wh:it the
T the of sewer line,
e r employm
01 The
Thc bu
bulk of the cost is for
lin
I
\ipi“ " v 'p - " i '......... -I
01
_
father's lirst name i.s," DcBrv
in a.
m 7 X
d ' p i o b t o , R . m .,
aleri- The picketiKg
resulted In
Tho
sccor
I ,M New ODcani ...........M
M ' rellCClOri
rellectorizing paint nnd mnlcripick'
L
said. The mother i.s believed to
uction said, relate
relates to concWions* In
^
walkout of
o 250 construction
.
be in
m her mid-30s,
n
[
............ Si
-t
■*' al. However the ndded cosiI will walkout
ntrac- urnnlum tni
mines todayyind what Irene
jrcne Hcninger.
Hi
10 in- worker.s
be more Ihan covcred by Ihe
worker.s ofof Ihrce other contracchildren’s >ili- DeBry
l>cBry was
w, called to the home
required lo m rth e rf im- brorian
brorian aatt the Twin Foils Public
notor tors. tors.
. action is ret
creased fee to bc charged motor
blic Wednesday after an anonymous
------------------—
prove them,
;i for
JU vehicle owners, a boost of Jl
----Library, gave o review of Gerthe children were being
3er- tip that the
BURLEY - Funeral services
’’' S ' S i o n . p . l i . b . . - . -aid
i ' r Durell's
S lf
new book "TwoI in beaten.
for Joshua Cunningham will be cunrio
;
s;
ceivcd reports of-iho deaihs
of Iho Buhl" which describes a visit
“ O'
'isit " It was unbeliev.ibly filihv,"
Tr
conductcd at I p.m. Fridoy in
50 uranium miners, bul onc 10 Au.stralia,
Ai,»trali
I
il-p'-? Cliy ............. 62
M
will be Iused for five-year peri­
New Zealand and he said, "I couldn't cvcn go ipio
ths Burley LDS Sccond w
Ward
.u d eleven
member said there is no posi- Malaya covering
®‘I
ods, with
45,000 miles,, a t onc of the
thc rooms, the smell was
’?
witl nnnual renewal tabs, 1 7 ^ , . I
C.tlon co
m.t’u.t. O.ito
n
il’
Pichmmr. ................ "
C/rapcI by Bishop Prcsinn
c o lu
um
In the past Idaho plates have T O l T
■
‘,K„
the
May
dinner
meeting
of
thc
the so bad.
Stocks, Concluding rites will
be
R”
roii
'
v
f
'
S
d
S
.
i
™
"
w
r
f
'
S
;
"
“I
........... ?■)
. , 11h,‘
cxcc-ssive radiation was thc Twin Falls Soroptimist Club
;
hB* T»mp
“
f*
l!l
^
:iub ‘T here was
human waste In
,, been
replaced
cach year.
v
held in the View Cemetery.
Ruiuih ........... 57 .i,
.s.i,
Mery, r^uiuih
'aync :■
onc of the
the rooms, onc of the
.................. oi f.-i
.S,in Amo,
tt,,,.
T
uesday
at
the
Carillon.
one
Friends may call at the Payne
‘Holifield said that he was
Ight toilets was clogged with it ond
was one of eight
Mortuary Thur.sday afternoon
v u n h ';;;:;;;;:; m i lI
•noon ---ori
-o rrw
ssJnF'Mci'.Vo.........cl
" r-A
S'i '®‘ agent, sa
shocked to read lhe statlslics in
in Mrs,
Mrs, Heninger
Hen
iro- the other bathroom
was filthy.
Co..
Vo., submitted oPORTLAND-Thc
n B T i a\
and evening and Friday until
nih, new members formally introI
1
s St u e
ri
44
Co.. Richmond,
Rid
pub- regard lo tthe reported deaths,
sccondI pul>
Lt. "I found the little boy chained ' '
the
low bid of J87,017
, organizational meeting of
•car- duced
............... i‘;
the apparent
appa
IJme of scrviccs.
nJlani
of the In
duced to
to the Club by lew
w
Jic
in onc case,
case, he said, a 71-yearlo
for
m aieriaf needspftkane".'.-::;.:-.::-H
for the
the aluminum
ai
one Gov.
Gov. Edytf
Edythe Koontz, Other new
>» Ihe
'h e door
dco. with whai I’d c.iJl
tasins old man who
, Pacific Norlhwest River Basins
wl had worked one
Tut-Ji-n ................... M
t.i
.!< cd to
10 manufacture
ma
ulh o? sllp<lip
sllp<lip — wilh the clip aclapproxim ate- Commission will lie hold in Van- year in the mine
Holi- members
Anne Fry, Rulh
hnd died, Holimembers ore
i
|
|
j.lT ,
i
BUHL - Funera! ser%'icess Jo
forr K"n1;n°
lelc '"B, >‘ke a“ slipknot around his
21,4 C
Cnrter.
nrter, Ble
BIcnn Shaefer, Dr. Adele
C^Vh
$7
?4
iy oonc
nem
ly
million plates,
ccouver.
o u T r Was
II the field said the
Mrt, Sara Clementine Sicven.s
Wash,, on June 2, at
It man smoked; 21,^
__ ncck,"
continued,
Minnesota Mining ond Manu- r.,
"cck, DeBry
DcE
s onan- p.icks
a day hut
hut Tiiompson,
Tiiompson, Frances Anderson,
packs of cigarettcs
ci
will be conducted at 2 p.m. FriFriwW
r tncsday'hiE h'lM at^Columbus'i’Neb!'
w
:olumbus. Neb, Thursday m orning lo'V
low facturing
facturing Co,. St. Paul, was' Ttho' "Inn a l ^the Quay," it wasnmIsren "I* Ju « couldn’t believe It nil.
nine D
D oo rroo tlhh yy Davis and Karen
’
nounced today by the commis- nis
his death was
wa atiribuied to mine
dav in thc Albcrtson-Dickard 26
26 ao tt Redmond, Orc.
_______
only
nnly biddcr..ai
bidd
J29I.168, for proGriggs. Aft
After a delineation of ,h„
the Thc 1place
’*'''='^ 'was a wreck. Clothes
; W. cancer,
Griggs.
Chapel by Rcv. Delmar M. Tal­
_f nnd
viding (he refleciorizing material
thc alm s and responsibiJiiies of
“"d rogs were piled around and
HolifieM
said
he
hoped
ley. Final riles will bc held in
,
Alaska, Hawaii
Cana
,r . the boy with the chain on his
wall and Canada
and^poll^
and paint. TTie pl.ites will' be
na)or Public Hcalt
Health Scrvice would1 do Soroptimism
Soroptimisi and its members,
thc Buhl Cemciery. .
H
According lo Hodde. ma)or
H igh
ig h e st temperature yesterday,
Inwcs temperature last 52
•
neck
on a pile of old
sterday, lowest
52 white-sih
w hite-silver background with m ailers of business on the Com- a re-survey of its onalysis9 of n candlelight
_|„,l was
*?,* lying
•
candlelig ccremony wns parhours ending “at 5 a.m. PDT.
^^ green
green Ictt
letters ond numerals.
jic
ip a ^ e din
jn b y b o ih new and old ClothM,”
'’'’“'■s
adop- such
deaths.
ticipated
BUHL - Funeral services. fo,
for stV
s,°“ tro'
ron
mission’s agenda will bc adopsuch deaihs.
DeBry said the youngster lold
nnd
-----------------------members.
Mrs. Nettie Margaret Shriver caign
lion of preliminary bylaws nnd
------of being bc.nen wilh a belt. The
M rs. Ruth Vovold presided at baby - in addition tn ihe rash
wiil be conducted at 10 a.m , Fri- oi'inwS'
a .short busines.s meeting, ond
dav at the Buhl First Baptist nfR.nn
, and sores — oLso had suffered
Mrs. Helen Cannon, presidentChurch hy Rev. Jark G arra- Toronto
i;!!; some kind of burn,? on her feet
elect, reported on the Rocky and hands, DeBry said.
brandt, Jr-rome, Final riles will
frf ^
IDAHO TEMPFRATUI
T piPFRA T U RE .';
jO f 1
r v n u T ,’,also impounded a pet
'Mountain
M S i . r Conference ot Wor- Deputies
be held ill the Huhl Ccmcterv.
3Crl-!AhVr'd»cr;
................. ''l' ’ 4"’
i';1mb"'rl-/'
Friends may call nt thc Albcri-lXh.
ra
,
land,
Wyo
N
edra
G
reene
w
as
^.cloi at
alted
Wyo.
oceloi
al the residence and
: Ralph
i'l
l\
5^*
■
R-'lph E . llusted. nbout 67, Rules and 1Regulations drafted
,nHi , B
U R I.EY
ahl- program cl
chairm an.
coumy health
hct
son-Dickard Chapcl from 1 untilj
•;
couniy
autliorltles are
lent by the Waier
Water Resources Council,
BURl.E
Y--H . 0 . (Ollie) Wahl;form«r 'Twin Falls resident,
'
ro
sr.-inps
Strom.
6G,
Burley
farmer,
died
----8 p.m, Thursday.
liiiiM .
ditid
-----------------------chocking it for rabies, following
anta
The Comm
Commission, uhich brings flrom . 6G, I
idicd Sunc
Sunday morning at Santa
The
ik'Yild”'’ ................ t l
JJ
'(lied
a report thal one youngster may
toi;cther rep
representatives of all Wcdnijsday .
Paula, Calif.,
of a heart atat- together
iMoumiimiio^rV;:;;:”
55
pauia,
c
; o V i i '. ^ “
G a m e
FAIRFIEID - Funeral scrv-icSMrr'ri
have been bitten by the animal.
Slate and
and Federal water' Sre- S i r , ^^osp
tack. tack,
State
..................
■
«
<1
ices for Benjamin C. Culver wil!;^.mn;e>
Thc children were taken to the
Jaho source agenc
agencies in the Columbia n « sHe
U b u rg
iic had
imd worked ot the Idaho
1 al T O S c l
Salt U k e County Juvenile Dc^ver^. Ho was born
b« cnnducicd al 11 a.m . Fridoy l/iSJrJin!
/oral Basin, s e l le c t e d Vancouver,
bo May 20, 1901,
D
epanment Store and several
««
Dcparime
jj'J.";*’"
ling, cir.icr ......................*1 5T .05
Salmon! ...................
at Tiiompson chapel. Gooding,
loois RUPERT
RUPERT — Dale G am er de- tention Home
Hon after examination
head- Oakley and aitended schools
ils permanent headM other
Wash., a s it
|s^»^sprVnii’::::::::
m
other stores
sior In Twin Falls.
ain ot
of Utah Mcdlfteld k m i"
...........................
5j ^
Tiar- fcated two opponents to obtain
01 the University
Univ
by Rcv. JamM Post. Fairfield
*'
'a lls ^juariers in iiits dclibcraiions dur- there. On May
M; 25, 1933, he marffe
wa.s
raised
in
T
w
n
Falls
Community church. Last rites Idaho
tiiatio
Bl m
Itwio F«n ............. ^ ■ «
ham the trustee
nect- ried Ixiis Fewkes
at Brigham
trustee post In district. 4 cai Cenier.
iiich ing the first organizational
meetF
nnd
was graduated from High
<
nnd’’ \vas
im c.
nty ‘’The
aler during ih<
the Minidoka County
"The next
nex' th b g Is to find out
Wiil bc held in Elmwood CemeCity, Utah,
Utah, 1Theit marriage later
■alls ing in April,
April.
City,
_
„
School
here.
He
left
Twin
Falls
NORTHERN
IDA H O -Pariy
tor
y. what happened
to the parents,"
triy cloudy tonight
ond Friday. Few
t tr \\ Friends may call a t the
NOF
Iaho school board
happe
jrary was solemnized
in the Idaho
boai election Tuesday,
3ved It
II will est:
establish n temporary
solemn
nbout
15
years
ago
and
moved
time sshh o w ce r s over the .mountains latc.lhls.aficr
red DeBry said.
- chBFel -Thursday-Bnd-until-time
polled 64 votes, com pared
said. "Right now I don'l
_
He pollet
Vancouver earlyy in Falls LDS Temple.
T
to-Califumia.-------office in V
--12 haYeJlny-l^iea.’^
r m ie r Friday. High 65 to 75, low in 30;
of scrvlccs Friday.
w na rm
Inur 10 Cl for Frank-Lukcnft-and-J2
havejiny-liJ
inder
Survivors include his widow,
idow June. Negoi
Negotiations a rc under
___ Vie is survived by his widow
for Darrell
----i Z : 1°^
)uver B urley; two sons. Dennis WahlDarrel Rawson, Mr. Gar«e£j way wilh
and Ihree son.?. Eogene Hu.ned
with Ihe Pori of Vancouver
K IM B E R L Y ^-'F uneral ser-m
limi,
provide
building
for
its
perStrom
strom
and
G
erald
Wahlsirom,
and
Charles
Husted,
both
Simi,
to
a
’
c
?
5
viccs for Ronald Tilley will he
1\
!led,
maneni
occupancy.
Progress
ss
in
both
Burley:
one
daughler,
Mrs,
T
,^
'
w
5
Calif,,
and
Kenneth
Husted,
nccu
conducted at 1 p.m. Fridav at
will bc reported
orted K aren Johnson,
Johns
Greeley. Colo.;
.
Ohio: two brothers, W ard Hus- Ibis
ibis negoliaiion
negoliali
the White Mortuary Chapel by
step-son. Keith Robbins,
led, Laramie, Wyo., and Eugene
Comm
gene to the Commission.
one step-so:
rvJin M
Cas
Bishop Sherman Swenson. Twin
i V laa gg i c Vallev M em orial
Ihc WASHINGTON (AP) — MemSlates represented
by memnem- Portland^five
Portland; fii. sisters, Mrs, Olga
Husted, Mllwaukie, Ore., ond Stales
rcp
:rch.
Admlited
Foils Sccond Ward IJJS Church.
out bers cf the House Appropria_
Admitted.
five gram
her., of ihe
lhe Commission
include
elude Poro
poro and Mrs.
W
Dorolhy Smith,
grandchildren.
<
Finaf rites will bo in Sunset IVte- M r s . Robert Slater, Mrs. Far'Vf'’' opposlllon in zone J. Both trusjjon? Coniniiiire
Conin
us- lion,?
predicted 10Idaho. Monlana,
Oregon. Wash|>oih
/ash- |«
ih Nampa
Nampa; Mrs. Mabel Me- te e posts nre for three years,
Graveside services were con- Idalio.
Monti
lli®„ Mrs. Birdie Robinson and Gravesi
moriai P.irk. Friends may call r e ld Nelson
r
cos of the war in Vietand Mrs. William
f*- day the cost
ania
ond
Wyoming
—
Federal
Bain,
Santa
deral
Dam,
Santa
Barbara,
Colif.;
k
^
h
e
r
b
o
a
BurWednesday
a
t
Santa
ingion
and
V
M
r?
Rosa
Beasley,
both
Bur.
ducted
^
a t thc White Mortuary until M alb
Other board members Include
natn for fi,scal
fisi
a ibc;
c r f . all Twin Falls; Mrs. I'i” '
Jde nam
19CS may be scvDeparlments or independent
idcnt Mrs. Hulda Rlsirim , Vallejo,
o n ard Marlin.
^
\1rs. Paula bv
Dcparlmcnts
!cy:
by the Elks Lodge.
lejo. i^
Leonard
Paul: Harold
^ral billion dollars more than
12:30 p.m. Friday,
•
E d w aarr d Holtman,.Malta; Larry ‘y
i Cecil Dudley, P a u l; Mrs.
o'd eral
agencies
having
a
Commission
and
t
sslon
Calif,;
hJrs.
Elna
Southern.
^
,
e
r
,
o
n
'
and
—
"----------------^
hai
m
V
/
Mcinrod
Werner.
6eclo
,
'
•ff"- PeterTion.;^ R u ^ r t- ru ra l a re a , ,he
billi estimated by-thc
------S p r::d
r^ d lin
l g, Kenneth Ahlm. Mrs,
(he J22
M2 billion
meinbcf are Agriculiure, Army.
Idal ond 15 grandchil- and
rm y. Gifford, Idaho,
en'si
g a j 'i Norton ‘Spayde. Boise.
BURLEY - Funeral services
illla
and K
Ken
Shufeldt. north side.
adminlslratl
'ices W
V /in
ia im Wonenberg. Margaret
administration.
Commerce,
ation drcn.
----C o m m c r c r Health, Education
ter fl. 0. m i e ) WflhJstrom wjlj
A
subcommiiiee
recently
wJlJ R o ddggc.
e rs, Bernard Ruffing Slid
and
Dismissed
and Welfare, Housing and Urban
punerol services
sc
he conductcd at 1:30 p.m. SaturFuneral
will be conitur- M ce rril
rr ill Finney, a ll Buhi: Janie
Mrs. Arthur
I
I completed hearings on thc DeThomoson, Ted r n
/
day In the Unity LDS Ward
a .smussen,
i
ducted a t 1:30 p.m . Saturday in i U l I U U I
'a rd R a.sm
Ruperii Nell Lar^ fense Deparlment money bill
la r - Bodily,
Bodily. lMr.s. Richard G arrard I l » f l l
Chanel hy Bishop Wavne Call.
the Uniiy LDS Ward chapel by
B
-all. s e n . H
Hansen; Glndys Dice. Sho- and da
daughter, Mrs,
Byron
i
for the year starting July 1, Its
Final riles will bc held In thc
^
Bishop Wayne Coll. Final rites U c l * U
rccc nimcndi
-• recommendations
will go to lhe
the sh o n e ., and Thomas McCabe.
Cabe, Hardy oond dauchter and Mrs,
Vlrs, 'paying
'Paying fines in Twin FalU PoP l e a s a n t View Cemetery.
ico full committee
early
next
will be held in the Pleasant View
/lew
RUPERT
RUPERT-SludenLs
a t Minico
comn
«I7- F i le r .
Evan Th<
Thomas, all Burlcv: Lewis
swls Hco
lice Cour
Coun before Judge Harry ,;,i
Friends may call a f the Payne
Cemetery. Friends may call[1 a l High School
Schoo cleared the building
ing monlh,
»>Tie
Dismissed
Hamlltor
Hamilton. Heyburn; M rs. Ed- Turner were
w
Michael J, Well.s, ‘'V
Mortuary Friday afternoon nnd
r ia Bradley and Robert
while po-----the Payne M orlruary Friday' af«f- a t 2 p.m. Wetfnesday
'
G eo rg
obert ward Rccd
R«
and daughler and 550 Spark
Sparks Ave., JIS. speeding,
^
evening and Saturday priorr to
provides
itur- lice checkei
checked in vain for 0 bomb,
SIT-1
ib ,
SIT-DOWN HELD
ternoon ond evening and Saturlo H o w at
a td . both Tw in Falls; Floyd
-loyd Mrs, Wallace
Wi
Smilh, a ll Ru- and J15,
$15, stop sign violation:
services.
T u d o r,
reportedly was to have
(A - More,than 500
ive ROME (AP)
r , Mrs. Alonso Lopei and pert.
pert,
Judy
day prior to services,
which rcpc
j„
d y A. M
I o ther, 1037 Elm St., ber Iron) eac
;tud: created
crcated by
^
gone off at
a t 2:30 p.m,
riot police
police used rubber irunJIO,
speeding: William E. Studby on intersiate comnd
Birth*
jio , speec
so n n n d Mrs. L arry Knudsonlaand
toda lo break up a sitind cheons today
_
_
_
Officers ssaid this is the sccond
d a u p h te r . all F iler: Mary Leader
:ader Daught
Daughters were born fo Mr. dard, W9
809 Eastland Drive, J25. Pa«bom b scare in county schools,
■Is. down near the U, S. Embassy
disorderly conduct with on au- in accorda
a n d M rs, E rnest Jimmy and and Mrs.
Mrs David Johns*n, Ru- disorderly
Ls,?t tveek s sim ilar scare provDv- by nearly 3.000 onti-Amcrlcan
mss tomobile:
the Water Resources^PJanning T & l k S I
igene PCrt. Mi
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
tomobile; Mark V. Gray, 1203 aoft Chc
d a u R h te r, all Buhi; Mrs, Eugene
lohn Act,
Commission will be thc T j . ■ D ,,q
ed fulile at Heybum.
demonstrato
demonstrators. _____________
Aci, the Com
ddle. Tceler,
and a son was Falls Ave,.
Ave JlO, speeding: John
1^1 K nifo n g , Eden; Tammlc Riddle.
T cder. Bridge,
I
body lor mui- U l i J l l o
Office personnel a t Mlnlco
alon F. Nesbll
Nesbitt. 406 Filer Ave, W.
W., chief coordinating
coordin
WASHINGTON ( A P ) - About
t>Out W en d e ll: Marcus Ayaria and born lo Mr. and M rs. Nalon
ego- said a gW
girl phoned about ll;30
loari tiplc purpose water and related
jd a h O FALLS
FA
JIO. improper
passing; Joan
'“'«d
IDAHO
(AP) - Nego■ome.
imp
400 dependeots of American
lean Jo :i''p
s - 'p h Hovs'ard. boih Jerom
e. Taylor, IDeclo,
' personnel In Eg>-pt have been
,,,, Gail U Com be, Route 1, Je- land studies In the region and tiators jeekli
seeking a settlement to a a-'^'v
leen a n d W.
William Armstrong, Rupert,
............. ......Mini...........
ipert. .................
nge: will sponsor and supervise! Ihe
o u bus
bi strike al the No- bomb woul,
rome. J5, Improper lane changc:
ordered to be ready to leave
the i 5.<j3y old
:ave
Births
lion School
D
rood three m ajor
ojor river basin studies
t/onaj Jleacior
lieact
Roger D. P.tulscn, JSOS Second
the country within <8 hours, ac^dics lional
Testing Stalion
SchMl Is
js istill In session here
wera b o rn to Mr. and
urs- until Frida;
F riday.___________
»
mes
sHj] ncf
cording (o reports here from
AVC, E., J20. speeding: Jam
es now under way
w: in the Norlhwesl. w eie still
negotiating late Thursrom M r s . E
Daniel Woodland. Mr.Z and
i
L ilie s ■'
•Ive, It Is
is also cxpected that the day afternoon
alternoo without reaching
Uic U.S. Embassy in Cairo.
M
R.
Pack, 1435 Lawndale Drive,
ALL MAKES
M rr ss .. rDuane Kuhn, Jerome, and
FAIR
and
FAJRFJELD-Tlio
Camas
R
;
Tlie action was inken by
by M
M r.
r. ai
GETS DEGREE
uQOV
_
IIG, speeding: Carolyn J . Pricc.
ricc, m any currcnt
curren important studies
agreement,
idles agreement.
HOOVER
• KIRBY
an d Mrs'. Dennis Greene,
iiiu* .v
Kne, lilies
should be In full bloom
MALTA—At graduation cerePlLTI
ced- and prograir
programs of the Technical Thc
-n,- session resumed Thursday
Ambassador' RIchard Nolle.
M u r ta i
f«;
FILTEX
• SA LES
this weekend In the swamps 2069 Elliabeth Blvd., J5, speedmonies a t the BYU, Provo, FriPAR
ams Subcommitie
Subcommittees, to be handed
in fX
. Stale Denartment officials
rlPA
R TS
TS • SU PPU E S
^
fng: Richarl Webb. 373 Adams
south cf Hill City. T h b sea
morning after two full daysJ of day,
J l y Wll)l,m
ia
M lto g c r, , m ot
would say oflkkD y only lhai
St.. JIO, speeding; George’Frlel,
riel, over to the Commission
'
by' the discus-'ionf
“'Sfailed to produce seiand
2
i
M
in
id
o
k
a
M
em
orial
wu«
M r. anrf Mrs. Asici Zoiiinger.i
V A n ill
■■■■each U.S. ambassador abroad
f ' 730 All Ave., J20 bond lorfelted,
1 reviewed and ac- S S /
ited, CBIAC, will be
■ Ucnicnt.
will „c«lvc
receivc his Bachelor of Anl-;
>H vU U
has the aulhoriiy to order $uch
luch
Admitted '
■■■
^ disorderly coiiducl with an autouto- celerulcd.
bs.
motorists
•
mobile•T he. .negoi
.negotiators said they
filll
O F IDAHO
isid- A n tp n lo Vasquei. Janie R
Rbs™«<»ns each y e ar.
hey m al Husbar
Husbandry degree, and will
Ol
1.
._ '1 _.
------#n evacuation when he considmobile: J.Jay A. Moylo, Routee 1,
could not say whether progress
C orne
o m e r B lue L akea
II. m u s s e in and Cn)-mclla MadaThisfloral display o t na*
ress go to Siillwi
Siiilwaler, Okla., where he
e n cireumstances require It.
ladaThis
»• Filer,
Filer, JIS
JIS. Slop light violation:
.
sTO
Ion;
STORM
HITS
as.
a n d <2 n d A ve. E .
'
.
|„
w
as
being
made,
only
that
a
proh
as
accepti
r a e u , a ll Rupert.
tuto can
cai b e reacfied b y drivaccepted a position as astuto
, Steffens. 1244 lO'h
^
Anthony A.
lOlh ,, BOSTON
b o s t o n f(AP) - A cropklllr Ift. P“sb1 looking to sefllement was sisiant pro
7 i3 3 .1 0 2 7
professor a t the OWaDlsmUsed
Ing
laIng mwest of Falrfleid on
)B Ave.
avc E..
E., JIS. speedin'g: Donald
" 5 5 ing slorm Invaded the East' ^to- still under icoasWeratloo.
‘' homa Siate
Slate University June 1. I
A lta Rusmussen. Ja'nic Ras- Hlghwa
Highway (8 to the e a s t end
Kj Rake, 695 Washington St. N., «JI8
« "d ,y . ® drWlna
drlvtas U m p e t.m ra l i '™
“
m u s s e n , Dora Mahler and Car- of
of Hill
Hill Q ty where a graded
rf bond
bond fori
forfeited. ' speeding, and
joy,? nnd pelting Ibc
eanw hile,4.880 p e r s o n nneell I-------- --------------------------i---------iii i i r ii—
JU? record lows
lhe M
Meanwhile,
rt.
road (atakes off H u th across
m e lla M odiraeta, all Rupert.
road
eel. were teaching
•
,
Si Ja
Jack
ck E,
E, 1Thletten, Route .3. JI3, Northeast
an wilh snowj^sleei,
Northeast area
reachin their jobs a t the
-------- -------------------- the
the rail
railroad tracks (or sev*
speeding.
.
private c ar pools.
V* speeding.^
.
- mes hail and ralt
site by prlvat
M^oloi
■I
eral
m1liet to the sw am ps.
Other
oth e r I lines Included J a m e s ----------------Go
G oodine M em orial
*
«'"*
like lilies should stUI be in
ta Sparrow,
Sparrow, 246 Washinglon St. N.,
“About 4 tolten ond lh« oport.
="’•
AdmUlwl
'''.
40 Hr J»hf>wn I l M r ^ l t
•• SI7,
Sl7, spee<
speeding; Steven F. Ma*
n i..
ftitl bloom
o tv r the DecoraMnt WOI
'tporfxl M't.
M rns.. Cbirtes Freeman. Wen*>'•
t«
ft. Uiwilflr C«f>l 6r
w gee, 1830 E liu b e th Blvd., noisy
■“T V J
Smllh. Thli It ih« dd Ihst did th.
th« ddell
e ll, aand Claude Slynn WilUam IIlon
? " Day holiday fo r thOM
^
Ch.y.hr. Tnill«f, K. h«i«
m
uiners: Donald L. Stearns Jr.,
^
who wli
wish to »e* them then,.
mufners;
l®bi
•
'
•- Je n kkln
inis , both Gooding.
who
RMdtrf. All MW
1714 Osic
Osierloh, *25, disorderly
^—
Dtsmlssed
.............
\
tWO'b*di»en> aportmtM.^^lav*,
R
) m .r
........ ................................ conduct wilh a c ar: Korl D. • /
' 7.
R aa nn dd a ll Roundy, Mrg. Omer
Wennstrom, 598 Jefferson St.,
^
■ .,Mf«io«»ol(>r end lomlallon fumUh- M
M cc lto
ltonn and Mrs. Larry PJali and t >
|]5 . bond forfeited.- speeding:
• .
a mon.h. 733.6000. — d a u g h ti
S e g lile tin g for faJI T e m
“ 1 G o o (f ln j,;,a
;!n1 d3 JBJ eee eC c h e r E l e c t e d
Virgil Olson, Route 3. J17, bond •
______ __
Frank
ly 2 2 -2 6 , 1,30
1130 p.r
p.m . « 3:30 p.m .
Fran k .G lan d e rs,Jjra n d View.
p
t
a
.
[°e
r
■
M ay
Peter
- . E I B A _ - Orvil B eecher has forftlted.
forftlted, speeding:
FMpI* iMklng Icf roomt,
been elecied president of the Fritzam
Fritzsm , B38
i
Msliv Ave.-W ;. SU
. m*nt», ond hsvMt fer u n l Iind
g j* i
. C om plete P reparation
V T
S t . Benedict’s'^erome
pa*?
' - ' ihtm jn iht'TIrMt'Ncwt want odi.
J
tn e sbJ
Elba P
a rk committee. It !s re- speeding; R t ^ r t W aunn, 1408
(
o
rP
lrsK
G ro d .:
.
'
. f iM Y9VT 1«n - tnnemlcol wont
Greenwood Circle., JIS. bond
..
‘4
Ml
Admitted
..
ported by
by Malboum B ark er, re- Greenwoo
od oKd.lMp t«BiQiVi>p»rtl« nm
Mrrss. . Leon Felder, Mrs, Carol
:arol tiniB
limB pre,
president. ,
., forfeited,
'<«•.
M
forfeited, speeding;" D i a' n e
KiiAshsr
■ 15
.■•rv'-'-'-N
^
b
e
r^
R
e
d
^
in
e
s
s
,
Reading
Reodlnets,
la
d
in
g
Reodlne>»,
Phonic*.
Kin*.
, ' ‘SUri***
. #d. ■ph(«»;'73*093r-ond ow
si.f ' BBaarnr oonn, bolh Jerom e: Mrs. Leon
Leon ' Mrs..La
M rs..Louh Olltey Is v ice presres- Scholl,
Scholl. 312 Sevenlh Avis, E,,- JI5.
'
d
e
r
g
a
n
e
n
',n
a
u
taughl
ll
b
y
Doils.
Ryol
Ryoll,
e
x
p
eiienced
j
:
. friendly od-toUr will oMiit you to
C
a
m
e
ll
*« Cam elU o n , Wendell; Mrs. Noel ident, M
Mrn . A rt Ward, o ecrettry . speedlna;
Krert ond ploa.ywir od.
BBaakkeerr, , Hagerm an, 4 nd Joyce
oyce end
ta d Paul
Pau Ward w as elecied K lm b ^ y
for-t::
ork feited,-dii
feited,-disorderly eoiKluct wvith
ith| - CHILD CAlE
i
■ ■ '
BBuuU
Ueers,
rs TiA» F a « j. ‘ . 'b oboard
a r d member.
mi
^Cleanup work
AVAILABLE
BLE FOR WORKIN
WORKING MOTHERS was
done Ifter tbe meeting. '
an automi
automobile, and KennethI P.
' ■
- V
; . F<ir
■ L r f U , |„fo»rm
. : D b ra k te d '
w
ajdone
;
..
TIMES4«EWS._
7 3 3 -5 W V
.......................
F
P.
n « ootlon
tIo n Coll 733
Casper, 304-Blue U kes_B !vd,;
' .
'
...... - J o y c e - Bullersj- Twin- Fe
lh Avenue
A venue N orth
c u s s i f i a j w . M f 'f .
S ffch
t S aet-Jad
S
Boi>- V SE TIM
TIMES-NEWS W A K T ' a DS jfo . djiopdef^y conduct with ^un
, M
u o n ^an d Mrs. Bob' . ~ . M
" n /E e ri Bates,, 1 6 0 7 ih
i
12g 2 n d A v « . W ,
. 7 3 3 - 2 0 ^ '.
AM b
^ y -o^ar rl u r '.uKl son, all Jexome.
iw .' FOR FAS'
FAST S B U JN G ,J» E S U,TS
L TaulQoioblle.
if« ilo ^ o ^
’"'"■AEC-To.Work;K ,;
,?r. With Units To
S,'S Aid Miners
K
« Board Rules | r O
Unfa
Unfair Labor
5; i: Practices
S™""
Ifte New License
sS Plai
Plates Will
“ ’Be Costly
'E
Magic Valley
T B
Funerals
'i l i
'
I
d ; -"“Sa'S
cChildren
i
'"'f'i;*'
i l l I M
ffi i F S ' ' i
aSstS '”"''"’''' 7? F? ii;sV
; ‘y^.s.'";rT£rs"i'p,„-
Soroptimists
;S Hear
Heai Review
Of
Of IN
New Book
Meeiing Set
E F or River ■
B a sin Unit
S Basins
J S '..,
S " ’o
’'■“Si.H
rgioM
;£ Death
Death Takes
' l i E l i i i I -.„E.\-Resident
Exj
IOf T. F. Dies5 E i H i S S i i B Biu’ley
u r l e Man
,g iis
i- 13":
i I lit?
"T. Garner Elected
, To School Post
i's .rM d * S ? S .^ " S WWar
a rCCost
i Might
Exceed Estimate
;|-& d " ‘" ' ”“ ‘"“ ”" " ’'Exceei
bo;;;3.“w r v S S " .”ihri
ii Magic Valley
illey E
Hospitals
'rial
M,Tb.Vn''5
s.Tf u“ *
Cassia Memorial
Valley
■ts
“J Traffic Courts
yTn' Minidoka School S 'k u
Gets Bomb Scare
400 Americans
E l 'l
WUI Leave Egypt S J ’.'
T4 Talks Resumed
In Bus strike
S".™"
'Vm“' "
's.“ r . b r r r o , i T S p st i VAC
CU
uiUMCLEANER
REPAIRS
iJ VACUUMCSNERS
- WANTADS FILL
VAWNCIES FAST
Boal, Molor &Trailer
BO-PEEP
f
■/O w
KINDERGARTEN
K IN D ER O
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said. It is to bo named
o n Of Mausoleum ?.g„
£- Construction
:£S!S Hl i cel lml . in g w a y S to ry H
"(Jordca Chapcl of the Chimes."
in lire wj!h its planned location r i ^ j j
Cemetery Here
’I fii Planned A tt Ceme
S ”; S o ld A t A u c tio n
hmer'
SiSUMK
II
an d the type of construction il o O l Q
features.
,
•A carbon
NEW Y O RK (A P )-A
“ ti
‘'This
lype of hulliling is
c.ill-- j.Qpy
(-ony of fnn unpuhli.shedj story by
IS cal
cd a garden rrau^olcuni,I, ana
and it
il E
Ernost
m ost H
Hcmincvvav was
tor
IS sold for
to be located directly west
ts tn
of j5_250
jgjSO V
> cdne.sday hy/ Charles
west of
W
Sw;.n U ke nnd lhe Chimes
Sw;,n
ies Towlow- Unmillon Auio{;raphs in nn auc­
c r," i,c nntcd.
(inn
tion a t IihG W aldorf-A'ioria. ^
Dc:
Design of thc slruclure wns
called "Black Ass
clr.ifvn iiphv ^fr. IlnrneyanJ his The
L . slory.
r
cir.iv/
if other
C ro ssro ad s," tleali with
associates frcim plans of
other
assoc
,west, he Amcricar
Amcrican so ld iers during World
mausoleums in Iho Northwest,
maus
War
ar_n.______________________
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f ait
c a
W alter. Kclbach, 26. aw
Stole Supreme Court decision on
their appeal of death sentences,
thc Uiah Board of Pardons
/ound tJie pair guiJly oSf parole
violations.
and KelA jury found Lanco and
Kei­
bach gullly April 29 on charges
'S
they killed two men In. ' la - Salt
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WASHINGTON (AP) —
- presPres­
day sc- ■ ih m — i—
ident Johnson Wednesday
Icctcd Covey Thomas Oliver,
form er ambassador to S
Colom-,
il" !
1 9 6 7
BJ U
U II CC K
K
bin and now a law professor, to
A RD T O P
w q 'ta r y
LeSABRE 4 - D O O) R H
HARDTOI
be the next a&shtanl secrotary
of state for Latin Americaii
rican af- 5,.,^
b -h s
fairs. ______________________
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CARRIES
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Bids Are Sought
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CARS
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P O R T L A N D (AP) — Bids
arc being sought for prefabri­
lams for
cated concrcie clieck dams
_usc.by the_U,S. Bureau of U nd
Management near Salmon. Ihp| “
bureau said Wednesday. Bid
opening will be June 2 m'
in p?r't^
Port­
_______________
5,
land,
-
BOATS &TRAILERS
DAN DANIELS
ileum
LOOKING OVER p laa n s fo r Magic Valksy’s first mausoleum
la rrn c y , presW
s e r.
r,
Bre, from left. Bob I la
presltl cnt.and g m r a l .jn a n a se
of Sunset Memorial PPaarrkk ; Larry JBull, superintendent; Bob
jUllman,
j
im an,
mausoleum, and Dale K enm
coniractor f o r th e mausol
e d
CMilacI lh« T1mtt>N«wt Farm
SoIm drpartminl I tt tsmpUl*
sd<fCtUlng n«*reg* «f rovr
'ipaptr
femi lelt, htmd UlIi. ntwipaptt
«>y«ra9* |«.*r 70,000 r*«l4n
r*od4n
In Msglc Voll«r| edvonc*
• bill.
billiRgi. All at sn* «p*cial l«w r«l«.
frtry »!• Ililtd In lhl> Form
Colfndar fer lO 'd e y i btftr*
•al« el n« <eil.
3
By WALTER R . M EA
RS
refusal lo rule out presidential
£ARS
refusal
identlal opener
opener, in New Hampshire: And
W’A sm N G T O T T 'pvpj——
—Sm; primm
JUld fit a primary
entered under thoso
———Sen,-prini8Ty-fBM«-ia-I9£i8.-COuId
prin
Charles H. Percy s a y s he mighi
might a Rockelcllcr
Roc)
effort.
ccrrcumsanecrTfOUld-Btvc-Percy—
lrc u a
cnier a presidential prim arj' Percy,*
pp,,. serving. hU fir.stt (c n n “ chancc
to test his own presich®'
. L
next
m ^ 2
W’o u ld help thc
the jn
In the Scnaie, has said re p ce at- dentl.il
dentl.il backing wilh lilll? politii^ '-«
/
W j ' , ^ candidate
candidate "1 think b e sstt nnualloriiv he
K can't con ce iv e'nnff cciru a ll-pjiy
ir - ccal
a l risk,
ris
- ~ / , 7 - - |b ;- ' v
fled" to win tht: Republican
^:umst;
epublican tum
stancfs under which hc
■I *
nomlnaii<
nomination for the W hile
v.<3uld become a presidential
identlal
DEI-ECTORS COUNTED
tc House. v.ould
D!
SAinOS (AP) - Detectors
'" I f thc decision w e r e today. I candidate.
candid
SAK
wojldn'i
Qut lie has declined in ddcrlnrr.
S i^ ^ k ic
wouidn'l go in nt a ll."
•'i’r, Percy Dut
e c la re [f,""’ ' ^i«‘ ^ " 8
h„ N
vi„.„
Vietnnmcsc
covcrnmcnfs side
said In an interview . "B
ut It
It'ss /(afiy
/l.itly ho
I wil) nol run In ihc
Hut
ow X
'f "',‘f
coj^elvable. 1 w ou ld n 't w ant 10
to lininpshlro
iintnn, presidential
prinr
Hl«
nn.
have
' hmovc all possibility of rny
r^y m ary, the nation's f lrsl.'H
is po. nrrns-proRrnm
imTrti-c
wanting (o help so m e o n e,"■
sitlon' is lhe same on p rim
sitlon
a rie s 5passed
; ? ^ '^ Iht: 15,000 mark, offiPercy did not n a m e a potcn- in Nebraska
h iS _ _ J
_____________
Pcrcy
Net
and Oregon,! w hich
cam
i
ballot all promiinonlly||p
inenlly {‘— 1=
(ial candidate
a s a m an hc list on-the
on
.A
candidates unless.
dc
might dccide
to a s s is t, He
tic said mentioned
mcntjc
"
'hjfC'cxpcc
C 'c x p cc ts to artnn u n c•e-in
e-in ada J - tthey,
h e y .!suhmil,.sworn sta te m en ts'
for thiJ'nomina-] I - vance of the Rcpublicnnn Nation- of noncandidacy
non
al Convc
Convcniion his cho icce fnr
for the tion.
(ion.
| I
ni
I V e g O t <h«
nntninaiion.
“‘•Why
Wh closc routes, oth eerr tta
thnni
Df
11
The 1
Illinois
se n a to r has said saying that I'm not a c andidate
ers New and don't
inicnd to be n candlin the past hc con^^iders
In
di
Gm Nelson A. Rockerfel!ociterfel!- da
te," Pcrcv said. "W hatt if thc
[( you h o v i th* limo,
If
York Gov.
date,"
cr^he Republican b e s t qualified m an 1 think is best qualified
n e of
AT PRICES YOU
ickefcllcr decided
of
—
for thc
the presidency. Rockefeller
dccidC' hc wouldn’t e n ter" oonc
CAN AFFORD . . .
h[ is not tind will
ill nnt.be
but hc w an
a n ted '
iiLsIsls hc
not be thc
the priniarlps.
pi
s candidate
nnd h a s ndvi.scd
ndvi.sed mc to
tc go In because I w as I
candlt
te behind strong and Ihen publicly throw )
H
mooderates to u nite
GOP m
Michigan Gov. G eo rg e Romney. m y support
su]
to him ,"
I
vice prestdcnt and mcmorUl
counscloi f o r th o ccmclcry.
iCfflorUl counselor
vice
mclcry.
Thc
hypothetical 'strategy Those
Thos lactic* would a p p e a r 151 Roto St. N. - 733.2179
T he men, a ll froth Twin
s ndlns on (he
The
Cftson's
'win Falls, a rc stA
lining hl3
in tho sCftson'5'[l
lhe site
silo Percy
Pcrcy ou
oullincd, in explnlning
his m ost nppllcable
I
to b ce l5
' c a (e ir w c s r ooff Sw
....................... • •
--------c, which Is (o
Swan"
an"
oot t Ilhe planned sinicliire,
1-akc and Chimes Tower
ccmetcry, (Tim cs-N ewsi pho(o)
Ijik
photo)
^r In thc ccmetcry.
|H
i e
Keeping informed on l»gislaim
live rnd political nclivities was I
***•
urRcd licre bv Mrs. Gwen Darneii, £Joi?c.J^a(tona/ Rt-jiiifiJJcan
Commitiecwoman. in an address
P
before Twin Falls -County Rc- *■ ■
publican Women Monday.
y,
Ground breaking on w h a t is crvf.ls.
crvf.l
Cost of the venture
ture Is
Mrs, Barnett nlso told
m auso-esiim
old lhe
the described as the " fin ast: mausoestin atfd from 555,000 to $70,000.
women’s group Ihcy m ust work Icum in the Pacific N orrth
th w
i" Contr.tctor
for Ihe m ausoleum
w e sst”
Coi
iKoleum
cnn'.t.intly to encourage a higti
higii ),y
i,y
Harney, p re sidlee n t and is tl:
tUo Bob Ullman Construction
Tuction
qunliiv c.mdidaie for coming j-cioral manager of S u n sc
s e t Me, Co. The structure is to■ be o f
clcctii'-ns. Plnns for the regional ,burial Park, is sch ed u lc
le d for modi
modern design, featuring
ng imImconrcrcrcc, to be held in Denmonth,
port'’
pnr('’d Iw/iiin marhlc ccr>
r} p t
vor in Octobcr. Mrs. Barnett 7t j[,g rnausoleum. thc ffir
ir s t of liiinl
Iriinls.
sa d include a visit from
Ihc II,
j,, kind
•om Ihe
(he M agic: Valley Coi
Conrlruclion Is expecledd to h c
profideni of lhe Federated
ited Rc- arc;
„ il| a cco m m o daate
Ir, H
liaarrt e 250 finisl
finished by next spring, Mr,
pubiican Women.
^
11, preslMrs, Kenneth M arshall,
presi­ —
____
rganiiadent rf the Twin Falls organiiatinn, presided during Ihe Mon­
day meeling nnd presented a re­
port from Cirnl Undcm cr, who
attended Iho national convcniion
in W;ishington, D. C,
om pre|H
H
Mrs. Thomas Bergstrom
-^
senl.'d proposed by-law changes
'Ote dur' ------ uhich will l>e put to a vote
dur­
ing lhe September meeting.
Members are urged by legis­
lative chairman, Mrs, I. M,
Jnck.wn If? nritc Ibeir congress­
men opposing trade with and
aid to Communistic countries.
She also warned against federal
control of Educational Television
.md of Communistic build-up in
Cuba,
I
Tw
T w in Foll> TTmei-Viewi
Per
P ercy S a yrss He Might
J
Bee Candidate
Can
In P r e sid eential
n tia l Primaryy N ex
ext Year
R !C H riE l.D — 0 u l 1n w Day
w bemg
’
coniesianls arc now
beine
...
solociletl wilh the contcsi open R
y. Canto (jirls in Uncoin County.
ilidnics must be 15 years■of
SP .
of age
aRc Sfc
■■
. —on.ur.bclorc Jiinc_l.nn<i unmar- ^• ____
rictl.
r
Iged on
Conleslants will bo judRCd
ty. apM M y h l?
horseinan^Uip, pcrsnnnlity.
•
■pcnrancc and gill tickett sales.
salc».
JnlMcslcd Bifls can contact
Mrs.
ic iM
rs.
S f, '■r
' v flV j
cld, not
Wendoll Johnton. Richficid,
!alsr lhan May 31,
. __M rs.„Jotm ‘'On. queen contcst
contest
«.| f l A , .
' ■ ■ ■ » • I^ JjM
m anager. anri6unCCd~Tue9day
ruesday ---------••■V ■ a flT !
.that six girls had entered
<
red thc
• - 'i i r v V ~ 'f i 1
ire Ann , 1 , S a
J j(^
contest 10 date. They arc
orcd by
sf
Kinp. who will be sponsored
S'
tho Outlaw Riding Club;' Susan
. i
Riltcr, Stmshonc; Rena1 King,
ir ' \
Rilu King, Kathleen Riley and ^
Nancy Kelly; all Richficid.
■
Clubs wishing to .sponsor any ^
r[ these fiirls may contact Mrs. 3
Johnson.
^
en
GOP Women
Told To Keep
May ; 5 . ; a , 1 9 5 7^ ~
-
PRICE a r s
CUT TO:
R e v o lv in g
x : r
b ru sh
^ ■
E asy P a y m e n t
: 'F R E q P A H ( f l N a . i _
a d ju s t
c a rp e tin g . 1 5 f t . c o r d s t
^ ^ fn o u n te d
h o o k . V i n y l bi
| ^ 2 S | | | i | f u r n i t u r e f r o m" ■b uVr h p s .
^
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4
Tw in Foils TImos-New*
M oy 25-26, 19S7
_____________
NATIONAL
“ W H I R L I G I Gj r
l o w e d IItt T o R u be
b e GGoldberg
o ld
“We Showed
u l d n ’t F i g u i ’e IItt O
O uu tt Either!”
JAnd He Coouldn’t
R 5-
By ANDREW TULLY
WASHINGTON-U's
n « . 1 hope, too late
le lo
•
WASHI
OMkUl CllT »»a Cowl» KM>pip*r
„salute
] „ j^ Lz
Labor Secrtiary Willard W lr t i for daring
arlng
____ 10
---------------------------- V n o S T j X i - m i
to sug^cij ih«t^|lt|We arc^ in for a lo n g hot sumPuWUh.d d.ilr .»4 BanJ., .1 115
8lJ~ l
T tW ^ r
l^b*f sponsibility
i^ll rest with those pro fessio n al huTwiB r.iii.
»ssoi i>» “>• Tim»-Siwi Pubiiv>inf
sponsibil,
^
manlWrlB^^s In^ofllclnl Waihcompcnr. Inc.
iTianllirii
jA^nEiymw
rukiii*h?7^
Ington 1
j
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H
W
a sh in g to n
Washi
91
V iew p o in t
B Y BRUCE B IO SSA T
The Debt Aviation
Owes To Liudberg
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IInterpreting
n
The N ew
ewss "
V H I
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SS
"t
'
Views Of O th ers'S
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P o o r Man’s
Plato
* Jf4cr„VMhdr‘ra'=.t"S NEIVVC
”
nd
Today A^ nd
Tomorrow
row
wa
aX£ r .
rs
The
D octor Says
^ays
C a p ita l Q uotes “ “s
~
-.
- .
orfianiMlion-bujlding at
WASHINGTON
(N E A I-VVery
ery __..Tlie
Tlie orj
WASHIN
'-for- hcaiiqunrit
hcaiiquariers moves on at f a s t e r
shortly, a flock of "Romncy-forv illlp
l l apace.
'
President" c o m m ittee s w
c c .AAn
n <cxperlcnccd public r e ­
^
tain.
man for the- W aihinR ton
----sia
rl
-sp
ro
u
tln
n
in
mounlain.
lotioni
ma
.... jK ■ —
.
s ta r t-s p rf
**•
^ u o r“"
M?n«tin|” B™ or
M any
ates, natinnal opcralion
is nbo u t to
midwesiern
o
R S^n
midwesien a n d eastern states,
someone in ihe administration
AL WESTERCREH
.
I»D D S
SOTllCOnC
uric be
One
^ hired. A midwesiern la c liButtnnt MinBger
AUvertmni Mrnnm*^
S\immom
7
sMmmoftccI up enough courage to
^
m W
C 9
l E -One aalre
ir a d y exists in Wis‘
k
clan,
veteran
of many p o litic a l
consln,
b y Wilbur Jlenk,
a W tt
m u ,
consln. headed
hci
sueeesf th at vWi(n Sens. Abe
^ j£
M
5’
wars,
is
being
courted
b u t has
«»”"> « * ■ '•'•'
RiSfwH, D-Conn., Jack Javils.
once
■ ■
once GOP
GOP n o m in e e for ihc U,S.
Rlhicort,
d a is "O'
bhe« n signed up,
Senate,
■ Ip w - BH
- -ftsenate. Som
So e Rom ney olficials
IVN.Y.,
Ihe inCira~B1e Bobby
aN .Y ., and
i
'a * . Advice from a key. so u ih e rn
- fed,- hh ooww e v e r , ihai ii "was
IS. •It' Ktrmedy
K«nn«ly predict trouble in the K 3 H P 9
.SM
■ JJ
r m .r ^ u ■K.'n.i ciMt I"!!!
An» '• i»i*.
fanprofessional
has
p
e
rsu a d e d
th .
TW1„ r.lf, W.»., *JSO.. un4.r U.,
, r „ , s 1It, 1) tantamount lo glvlaunched w
^ iih o u t sufficienl fan- 5Romncy's
°*
X .c , sstreets
fare,
Romney s maraBcrs not to ride
cf M.r.1. t. I,ir».
ing the s
, with oiiu single souihern le ad Mrtnb,, oJ A«>lll Bur».u .^f Cirtul.llon.
1 rtM wicldCM
wielcfcM*-u"*grt™n 'light. In his
A.OT
The Inlent
Int
h e re afte r Isl to cr.
pr"TlIc''ln.
Tlic increasingly d iv e rse poB unscRim os bates
testimon; before a Senate subtestimony
.
stage ai le a s t some of Ihcso litlcal mnkc up of ihc Old S outh
Bi >ix commiitee on urban problems. W irtz mentioned
n . things
w ith .n .b ito f.d ra m a , Stale states
a , j . ,MiggostR tho need - for .
ihlngs.wli^
^ y t iRibicolf
only
b
by riamc, but Ke r e te r rc d (o'Kencommlttec o r g a n iic r s may jourII
committee
I " ' - jhjee
ihiet or
or ftfo .r men .1 l t a , t - a o ( l
D,
» “ j i nody an
subcom m litec transcript
§Bf .,_ ney
ney lolo RRo
om ncy ’s office In Lanv * " ' ,^3,
that j,is Ihe present plan, R o b e rt
Cotinlj. hr»«a^n« ,n^w. •‘-•J- •* "
P'lRC
UI
page H
numbers.
sing, gel
gel I h e ir pictures taken cpoHeras?
S W sing,
Snodgrass of Georgia, w ho cn■ (I
n with
lh?
M
ichignn governor and ginecrcd the governor's M a y 1
I
J
r
with
ih?
v
INFUMATORy
TALK — C oincidcnially or
IN F «
c l , ' dcci«re'ia!
decla re 'lastin g Tealiy.
vi?i,
'
visit "0
to aAtlanta,
is onc obvio u s
____ not. on tiis same day Wirlz testified , there wc « /
fit
ah
All Ihis c o m c s under the Dc- Choice.
choice.
these de\tlopnients;
rvi H."
pariment
B Ik parim
ent of K eeping Up Ihe
the
age
Top agents
for the m oun la in
Stokely Carmichael; Ihe bully b o y of BUck
^
Momentum.
I
f
ihe
announceP.icifii
inceand
P.icific
states
have not b e en
.1
Power, announced he wouid work a s a field seci
menls an
a re f a ir ly well-spaced
up<
aced settled upon,
rciary for the Sludent Nonviolent Coordlnatng
lating
over the n e x t six weeks, the
ihe
Romnev’ national chiefl.iin.
Romnev’s
rf
Cummitieo in Washington this su m m er, and dc- I '- '-y'.governor's
f
o
rc
e
s
will
.suddenly
Leonard
Ilenly
Hall,
is
looking
f o r as
I,
Ll
dared , "We're going 10 build a b la c k resistance 1/.
t- l i ® fi
find
nd thc’nthc m se h /cs operating! in many tslcntcd
Islci
young o p e ra tiv e s
^,
group in this country." He also c a lle d the Uni ed
^
the brightly
brightl lig h te d showcase
he can find,
w o t as hc
" a naiion of thieves" which ".<itands now
N o o n e n e e d s to b e rem in decl h o w f n r Slates
giaics "i
^
B
Ibe
next
G
O
P
govern
ors'
parley
"1
don’t
irlcy
-I
don’l
want
nny
more
p
e o p le
on the
ihe bi
brlnlc of murdering V ietn am .”
f
a v i a t i o n ha s n d v a n cc d in th e 40 y ee aa rr ss on
IR
In Jack-son
here o\
over 40,'r ho thun d e re d
in
Jack-sor H o le . Wyo,, Junee 2S- in hiTC
th ee
Martinn I.uther King said there w ould be "orga
s i n c e C h a rles A. L in d b e rg b c c a m e th
Mn«
30.
^
rcccnlly.
rcccnlly.
n
n n n nircd civil rlglus action" In C leveland, which hc
f i r s t m a n to f l y the A tla n tic O c e a n n" o n - describ(^d as a "teeming cauldron o f hostility
II
Is
wl
IA
ll
w hal c o m es after that
ihat He ever
even hopes to c o rr a l a
B \ ’ may hurl. R om ncy's agents,
ents, youngish woman to h ead thcs to p .
An oul
outfit named liie Black A v en g ers said it
S'?- conscious ol’ th e daflgers! of organizatic
organization's women's divi.sion,
"take over" Milwaukee n e x t monlh If the
- ’Vi';
E v e n so. it is a little s ta r tlin g to rr e a d would "t
'
slackening p a c e , hnvc not y e t All eyes arc
t
on the 12 m illion
racial problems go unsolved.
*■.<1
t h a t a fu ll-sca le rep lica of “ T h e S p i r ii tt oo ff dcily’s
V ’* «<
figured
hn
hnw to com bat the sum- first-tlmc
first-time voters
'
Y /
eligiblp in 19G8.
And uup U JO spectators were injured when
•:. m
S t . L o u ls ”- w h i c h w ns n o t so tin y a p ila
la nn ec
And
mcr
doldi
.^i - j Puerto Rico fans launched a fu silla d e of chairs
mor doldrum
s. Stormy events
-■ents Romney'
Romncy's adjustment, to the
hairs
o s m a n y m ig h t t h i n k - h a s b e e n c a b,fl e d and bottles from ihe balcony of M adison Square
•••^,7
. '»'
on °olhcr
luare
H i v i ^
‘her rnew s fronts may save n«d for an enlarging s ta f f is
f r o m N ew Y o rk to tho P a r is A ir S[how
h o w Cardin iafter their fighter. Jose T o rre s , was ouithem by d iv e rtin g attention.
coming sl
slmvly. Says a n a id e ;
,
September w il! require a fur- "He got vwhere hc is p o litically
I n th e b elly o f a n A ir F o r c e C-141 S3tt a r - pointed
poimed by
t u pug named Dick T iger.
---------^
(her buiWup to w a rd the floating
owr mu.scle, and h e stilj
Iting on his own
l i f t e r ie t in le s s th a n o n c -fo u rth t h e tim e
^ r < 'f f ' £ A I > /
WHATS EXPECTED - Most A m ericans of
govcrnor-s' c o nfcrcncc aboard
oard thinks he ccan go along the s a m e
i t to o k f o r L in d b e rg to m a k e h is n i g h tt..
WHAT
f - _ both races. 1 suggest, will buy W iriz's siale*
ship 10
to liIhe V irg in Islandss in way."
T h e e y e b ro w s a rc n o t lifte d v e r y f a r , ment. but
^ij In stronger lerm s, that b y repeatedly .m
............................
mid-Octolx
■
mid-October. A fte r that, it will The con
complaint is a com m o n
h o w e v e r . We h a v e co m c to e x p e c t t h "i nn g s referring
referring to ihe possibility of explosive slum
_
■
be Dig C asino—the lime for onc, Barr;
Barry Goldwatcr h n ic d to ‘
condllion.s RlblcoJf, Javils and Kennedy are * 7 ^
l i k e th is . T o d a y ’s je ts o r e a l r e a d y ob- condluon
H
the hardest k in d s ot campaign
u p ' his solo ' ‘pooping
laign give up
contributing "to the likelihood o f th at cxplo- \ j J \
■
decisions.
nround’’
s o l e s c e n t , a lr e a d y o u tstrip p e d in s iz e a n d contribut
around’’ aand go big-time. T he
w sion.
sion-" ir during ihe winter and s p r in g monlhs. j i I
M
Right now
th e go'.'ernor's
Robe
nor's late Robert
A. T aft im a g in e d
s p e e d a n d c a r g o c a p a c iiy b y t h e nn ee w
irH c the violent crowd had not ih o u g h t of making
H
handlers a rc n o t looking beyond
1
yond that his Ohio
rc-cleclion sucd e s i g n s co m in g off th e d r a w in g b o a,ri d„ sj .' Iroubln
J' ,
this summer, ihey got th e idea when
M
four key p r im a rie s —New Hamp1
im p- cess of 1050
could sim ply be
W e a r e s ta r tle d w hen w e a r e n o t s t a r t l e d , u,gy
Ihcy |,st,
listened ta that trio and o th e rs,
jg
shire. Wis
W isconsin. Nebraska and blown up lo
I «-sla te proportions
^hlre.
levvee-Unintentionally,
of course, su c h “ warnings"
a t l e a s t once a d a y , b y so m e n e w a c h ie
unimei
W
Oregon. T h e y expect lo find and made to work again.
give
Ihe
fuiurc
rioters
the
Idea
t
h
a
t
violence
Is
By JA M E S M A RLO W
m e n t o f technology.
ihc
Ihem Romney's
■
Richard M. N ix o n battling them
Romney' resistance u n q u e sju e„ cxpccied of Ihcm. Indeed, it s e e m s to be coni“ four.
four E a r l y soundings. nnd ilonably
^
in aail
ilonabiy was
w a lacior in h is v e ry
N o t s o in 1927, a t le a s t n o t b e f o r e, th
■
doncd, if not approved, in advance b y members
ibcrs
and conlacl.bu
contact-building ore under w ay slow organizaiional
orga
sta r t. B ui
p
WASHINGTON (AP) - Nubo- F o r t h a t m ailer no one -— and
d a y th e w ord flashed a ro u n d t h e w, o r.l d“ of
o? their
,Siir government as a w ay of A m ericanHire.
»wiiik
ik
WASHINC
life.
hincse in
manaj
arc cheerier now.
ing a lt lhal inc
includes
the Red Chinese
m these.
these, R o m n ey may la ter the managers
lu i
t h a t “ L ucky L in d y " h a d m a d e it. A v ia - When a senator says ihat If a m in o rity doesn’t
jesn’l
d y knows ^what he’s looking
gel ready
1
n aary
ry They get
ncccss lo h im —
liimite themsolvo^i
the m se lv es — seems 10 know
know have
have to
lo a d d oUier prim
ex ce p t Ihey’re all dynumilc
t i o n w a s less th a n 24 y e a r s old ( L in d b e r g gci wliai
what it wants it will explode in the streets,
-rt.
and he Is 1listening more c lo se ly .
whhal’s
going 10 happen in China states.
J
c
a
p
s.
"
a
i's
goii
____
.TH.
S
f
c
c
t
a
l
o
r
______
S
‘
?
‘
S
w
a
s
he
is
not
exactly
going
on
record
a
s
discouragI
h i m s e l f w as o n ly 25). T h e a i r p l a n e
no
Maoist
the pro-Maoist
U.S, planes bomb North It.sclf w here
h
.*
'
While U.S
v i o l e n c e . ___________
- S t i l l a _ c u r io s ity in th e p u b lic m i n d , a n ing vloie
Mnoisl F..
-|
Vietnam,, U
U,S, troops movec inio forccs _ iu
i u id __ the.. anli-Mn«3l
......................... HERE WE GO
-- -- Vietnam
u n s a f e c o n tra p tio n , m o r e a to y t h a n a
ilry in
demilltarued lone to fight forces h aavv e had the counlry
;G FOUR YEARS OF RIOTING, LOOTING
I t was Just Ihe olher night. th a t th e demillt
o r monlhs.
T
t o o l . O n ly a f e w fa n a tic s lik e G e n . B illy Ribicoff, who his crillclicd the adm lnisirailon
n uu s.
N orth
orth Viemamese
Iroops,, thus turm oil floi
ration I realiiec
reuliied summer wns upon
s. N
Viet
md
forces closer
closcr Jf
,f a l, (his
jj,, Is wrapped in unccrM it c h e U 'e v e r tho u g h t i t w o u ld a m o u n t to for devoUng
devo
-T
less allenlion to d o m e stic problems
Jlcms in
In fact 1ll was 1 0 :« p.m. an
d II bringing
bringing American
Ar
ilnam- talniy. n o n e o f it Is m ore unccrthan M
to the VMlnam war, n everth eless hass ac- w as Just
Jusl strcjching out onI {he
th e th
th aa nn ever
ever lo
li ihc Nonh Vietnama n y th in g .
liian
ional fese
this counlry
5^ 3a n^ whal
,
preparing to read a national
s e border
border which
'
''■y “so tain th
lies ahead in the
T h e n , in n b r ie f 33»^ h o u r s , th e a ir p )la
l a nnee knowlcdged ihal Washington is sp en d in g more bed prep
low nn f«“a rr ha.?
ha.? rett
refrained from crossing, ^Middle
jy d ie E
Eaa s t wherc Israel tnd
money on Ihosc problems ihese d a y s . He couU news mogaiine
mt
and slow dow
c o m c o l Bgc.
d Chi- ns
iis A ra b neighbors have been
hardly ido othewiso in the light o f the record
t get to sleep,
5Cord enough to
I f it ever does cross. Red
r, But calling u p thcir reserves, mobilcomc inlo ihe war,
U n d b e r g ’s f e a t w as o n c o f I ts k<ind.
in d , which s:
shows that in ihe past th r e e yearss the T
Then
hontisummer arrived — Inn th e n a m ay coi
B y HAL BOYLE
been cagey about iiing a s - if
it for war.
administration has helped three m illion people
(orm of onc of those m otor- R e d China has
'Cople form
I
P i o n e e r i n g n o w a d a y s is a te a m e f f o r tt,, r ec - adminlst
cvclcs Now,
^
tiving cycles.
really, I have noth- ho w o r wht
q u i r i n g the ta le n t s o f h u n d r e d s o f eexx -- s e t training, find Jobs or slay in school; giving
snclcd
^ 0 .w „
in 1,5 million children early training through Head fnc
|n g neaii
against someone who want.s Wh”
w hich meat
le can NEW YORK (A P ) - Jumpingihe
ipingihe docs sso liltle ihat th e boss
p e r t s , th e r e s o u r c e s of s c o re s o f• inAll
an inva:
invasion ihe Chinese may
"
,1 ‘ Siarl; provided ihree million su m m e r Jobs
'S tor to ride cone of ihe things. A
il II oo uu tt an
knows lill iwouldn’t p ay-io p u t In
wliifh
IStO’s when Israel lo
1° conclusions:
conclus
d u s t r i c s and t h e fuel o f m illio n s o f d o l l a r s boys
to y s ’aS
Oise, m
« th
in ee late
1
and girls, and cut In half th e number
aei
e r cf have against
ihem is ihe noise,
m aa kk ee the
the w ar bigger, which
endenl , Butchers
expcns
d i s ^ s e U s e l f up a s an indepcndenl
Butcher: — o r a t least their an expensive
macrnne to u k o
w h i c h only g o v e rn m e n t c a n p r o vvid
id e , hard-cor
hard-core unemployed.
j,
tiful. co uld be an
|? 6t e w
w hos
I t ,^,35
was an otherwise beautiful,
ai intema¥onal d ls ; ^ 5T6ie
place
h o se existence ihc Arab thumbs
liiumbs —
- a r e gelling more hon- his place.
Yet, Ribicoff
repealed his old re f ra in . "We’re
qulc night when the ih in g te r.
T h e r e w ill be n o solo flig h ts to t h e mnooo n
R
Ve’re and quiet,
l« A « l . A gen
■olonv world rcfu.?cs to rccognlw.
ge eraU o n ogo It w as Nothing makes a m iddle-aged
his let
igt loose
■This
loose. Apparently the d rrW
iv eerr *^Hong
Hong Kong,
Kon the British colony
i n a p r iv a te ly b u ilt s p a c e sh ip .
facing 0our fourlh summer now,” h e sakl. 'T
.(alien comrnonplacc
fo r butcherss to cily dweller
dwell
, lias brief
w
a rr followed ihe crealion
comrnonpl
sigh for h is lost
b
e
o
n
Red
China’s
doOrstcp.
oner
v
/a
I
I
h
e
naiion
bad
belter
assume
its
resnonsibilliies.’*
enloved
enjoyed
racing
the
molor
b
e
o
n
Red
Cl
V thumb tha s c a le s while weighing
oior lhan the sight o f two
L in d b e r g d e se rv e d ly w e n t d o w n i n th e
*l|
jhing yxiuih oioro
rtin gg hh aa dd 11
i„ it.
i,
Fourth Rummfif? Surely R ibicoff m ust know cnii';e
cnuse ho
he did Jusl th a t- s p u rtin
11 days
day: of anti-British tioi- « ^he new
.
meat In o r d e r to add to iheir pigeons courting
cc
on a sid e w alk ,
h i s t o r y books b e c a u se of th is o n e e x p-lo
forr aa in g led.
ni
, the Republic is older than that, W h a t he is? say- .h
p a d Ihen
ih lagging behind fo
y, by The U nited
Nations h asI bbeen
mnr
M profit m
nrRin; tod a y this kind
e mo
ahead
led. w
P lice there say.
nd oo ff nThe
most famous h o ste ss in
B u t w h ile w e r e m e m b e r h is f l i g h t to
j / effect. Is that we’re fa c in g the fourlh
Communists gelimg Iheir
m ixed _ up
u|
‘0 ing. in
ir InIn-m
In it from ^ e commercial
commercii
'ourlh k w ic nr
or more
Communlstj
c h icanery is9 a America is
i the Statue of L ib e rP a r i s , w e t e n d to fo rg e t h is o t h e r c o n - aummer
1956, dying
jyinn aarl
summer since ihe radical civil rights mob j1 know that it Just couldn’t
't hb e,
e Mrucilons
strucllons from Peking. Red bcginninR. And ever since.1956.
rt f o r m . Most young
ly.
But
no onc out of five peroung
not
lion
In
when
Isael
aitacked
Egypt
butchers
.
C
hina
cams
almost
Jl
billion
Is;
t r i b u t i o n s to a v ia tio n , s u c h o s h is f liigg h ttss adopted the docldne ihat if you w a n t something .but I looked closely nt the. bb ed
t-OTt
buichcrs
d
o
n
’t
even
know
how
sons
in
th'
ed
' “"i'
In the New York C ity a re a
Honp which h a d seized the Suei Ca- 10
.q do
<j(, il.
jt
a rock or loot a store a n d you'll
j,, the machine wass nn oo tt foreign
a c r o s s the P a c ific to p io n e e r a iT
r liin
i n e just throw
ihn
“ gel
8*1 10 be sure
[«rc>80 , «exchange Irom Hone
has taken ihc irouble lo r id e out
K ong wllh
r e has been a U.NU.N. A
a woman
wo'mi
r a r e l y feels more across the harbor and v is it he r
„ iw population of al- nal, th e re
ro u te s .
“ •____________
_
_________________ ________. ... in Ihcre wilh me,
pcacc-keeping
force on Ihc
bornervous
tl a n w h en she is wearee n io st four ^million Chinese.
pcacc-keef
pbT
m '“^’
’''Ous th
vear- home basi
base.
11 was, however, out on1r th
th i,
------ ’
11 —
wa;>
W e r e c a ll h i s Isola tio n ist s t a n c e b ee ffoo r e
T
he
strong
policc
forcc
iw
e
there
dcr
b
e
tw
ee
n
Israel
and
Eg>pl.
,
bor
'"S
a
bo
rro
w
e
d
wig
to
a
wedYou
ah
street and the whine of it .
syo
v^edalways have a fee lin g
W o r ld W ar I I , b u t f o rg e t h is v a l u a b l e
TT,
keep the peace Jino
„ i,„ r h a s beeri abfe to battle the: mobs Bul Ii h is didn't
t
that '"
evolution
has gone a s tr a y
. S In .II"*.
Ital
" ll
s e r v i c e a s a civiH an p ilo t a d v i s e r i n th e
V .
have cniirely . U
which were believed tn hnve
I ic neighbor.^ lived
‘
An author m a y be a Jitcrary
irary when you see a (cnock-knecd girl
b e en scl In motion by ihee Red hostility.
____
P a c i f i c th e a te r , du rin g w h ic h h e “ ill e g a lHon
10
the
Hon
to
the
p
u
b
lic
,
bul
to
his
pubIn
a
mir
miniskirt walking alo n g
Like I said - it isn’t Ihe hob-, Chinese 10 ihroltle Nationalist
| s g o t worse recently when
onahst
n
,
i
when
Usher
he
l y ” s h o t dow n tw o J a p a n e s e Z e r o s .
lisher
he
m
o
r
e
ofien
seems
a
n
with
a
by I’m againsi. it’s the noise! 1
I.
s
handy-lcgged g u y In
_ Chinese activity in the coiony
colony Syrian
sy rln n Ruerrillas
cui
barged in and ungrateful
ungrateful tr a in e d bear w ith summer sshofLs.
hong k o n g t h r e a t
w ndet ‘
A c c o rd in g to S c rip p s-H o w a rd w/ r i t e r
a n d shut it oft from U.S. servse rv -n m o f ?sr
Israel, which threatened
mann
aiened bad.
bad m
anners.
Anybodj
Communist
youth, in Hong. K n n g . urged on by muflicrs
Anybody who asks w h a t it
R i c h a r d S ta r n e s , L in d b e rg , n o w 6 5 ,,-- h ao s
Comn
icem en on leave from Viemam,
:m am , rree p risa ls and bolh sides
wise m en through the ages costs lo fe
's fol- Wise
feed a G reat D ane c a n ’t
rallies in Canton a n d Peking and a
. ; . M r .,s p .a ..o r
a c h i e v e d the seco nd g r e a te s t a m b i t i oo n o f i^cd
Red Guard
Gu
Probably bccause they found lo^ved th e pattern of ihce one- have pprci
rc a c h e d ihc advantages
iypfj
tages really affo
afford to owm one.
.
h i s lif e — to b e able to g o u n r e c o g nniz
e d note of protest from the Red C hinese govemth e foreign exchange a bigg ocnben- w ord-lhat-lcd-lo-anothcr.
ord-lhatof
of moden
m oderation In living andd the The conversation
cor
airociLONG
'*}!;
m-nl accusing the British of “ F a sc lsl airociot long-dlse fit in buying olher thingsL Ihey
.j..h en E
^ gy pt's President Cam- disadvantages
a l m o s t a n y w h e re .
"
f
.
.ho
T
disadvanti
of
excess.
B
ut
lance
tru
lies’’ againsi workers, are besieg in g Briiish
e lived
live a long and blam eless nn e«ed
But
truck
drivers is u su a lly
sh au- sh
She
d ‘"rom
from abroad, unlil now ihe nl A b d el Nasser added to the until a fellow
T h is is w h a t Ihe L on c E a g l e a l ■ways
w a y s ihoriiy
ihorily in iliL-crown colony.
** *
‘m
fe
h a s had a really
Init
•eally
more
Interesting
lhan t h a t of
R ed Chinese haven’t InedHnnc
to ? '
h
a
n
g
o
v
e
r
himself
the
avcra
S
virthe
average
succcssful
b
a
nker
w a n t e d . He f le w to P a r is n o t f o r p e r ssoo n a l
ir Peking
Pe
already
sick
world
rough
hnr
If
really wishes to d r iv e ihe British
she
w
SriU* She ™ . model »l d c co ru ™ ™”
„;i,iii by dem an d in g the U.N. peace- lues of ss<o o r ie ty are only hear- — because
becau
life Is in h e re n tly
Kong, the Communist.s a re choosing But.
n y , oh.
-h My Goodness! W hen
g l o r y b u t to p ro v e w h a t a n a i r p l a nn ee — out ooff Hong
t
K o„g Bul
. k h }force
,
keepin
h e withdrawn
^n jusl say.
more inte
interesting than m o n e y ,
road
' she
,J spoke
a n d i t s pilot — could do. B u t p e r h a pOS
s hh cc a® tii'B in which Britain has sei it.<u;lf on a‘ f"*'’
n iv no one
„ ,u„ a t the m om ent when Israel
cl and Unless he I.s a schoolteacher
One of the hardest c a u s e s to
K
of
wlihdrawal
of
armed
forces
a
n
d
British
pres,
acher
w i l l fo rg iv e u s if w e in s i s t t h a t h e
wh/n *^0* ’
‘h e mobs
p
E gypt w ere preparing forr war. or a cop>
copy e d ito r , any 'guy w ho collect dough
doi
for today w o u ld be
tigc "E ast oi the Suer.” I t is a tim e , too,‘ when
m rt
R ed Chinese
'v c
..nnm
• ■•
Napier B urkhart
Chlnci will intervene.
a c h i e v e d b o th .___________________
:h mo- has lo call
1 help im poverished
the Uniied Suies, deeply co m m itted in Vielnam,
n.'ic nn
a^ s t going through
ca a tten tio n to himself
mself a fund to
Buhl
They ha<
have made demands
on or
. a t Ule.N
lions.,
. Secretary-General
eral U by ..using a b a l l point pen w ith
ilh docujrs.
docurs. . . .
i« In no position la fill i t a v a cu u m ta be left by
which Ihe , la » er T hant ^ obliged and pulled
.
th e British,
Britlsl
Ihe red ink is in p r e tty pitiful shape.
;d the
Housew;
British
„_
hape.
Housewives
are more a w a ie
SL A P B V T O E H O U S E
Brlu!” retrenchmenl,
S:
show no signs
of grantmg. with
„ [,
MR. SPECTATOR SAYS:
sl
p U.N. tro o p s out.
If he warn
w anls to show off, he could of
ol whai is
Is going on In the w orld
Most China expert* have acc ep te d the ,v
ihesis
A lth o u g h th o H ou se A p p r o p r ia*tio
n or- th rea ts If ihe demands a re igHmo ^ H
he "fi- do much bI e l t e r by learning[ how now than their husbands. T hey
, n, s that Red China would not move t o posses* Hong
" the
’'’® shoe fils, a woman
. S y ria began talking ot the
jjk irg dd ers
ers ihi
ihe next site smaller.
norcd.
C o m m itte o s h a rp ly re d u c e d th e a d m in is - Kong so long as the colony is pro v id in g Peking
stainsl
fo.
balance
a
,
p
a
p
e
r
Clip
Upright
mad.
.ihe
irighl
read.
.ihelr_
newspapers
jn o r e
nal
lib
e
ratio
n
batUa;’
-.againsi
balanci
■
^
■ t r a t i o n '8 r e n t s u p p le m e n t a n d mn o d e l wUhiai
wllh large suces of foreign trad e a n d world
thoroughly and give m ore a tten luerrll- on ihe tip of h is nose.
ihnroughl>
id cur- r....,.-r v i^ i - r - v
_____ • ___________ j
m
Israel a n d promised the guerrllradlng
tlon to radio
ra< and television news
rency. Red China needs Hong K o n g a s a trading
c i t i e s p r o g ra m s for fis c a l 1967-68, th e r e rency.]
:r Is tion
VV
la r a id s would continue. Once Many a n office worker
knowtounafraid
of auto-m atio n because
broadcast:
China's inner turm oil an d pressures
causc broadcasts.
* *
in n o one seems
know unafraid
w a s c o n sld c ra b lo d ou b t th a t th is wv o u ld outlet. But
:
I** W
Vietnam m ay o utw efgh the comIth e r a ll ihfs U for real' Of
or for
/or
b e enough t o sa v e th e m on t h e Hloo u s e o f«‘ W
t
merciai advantages of leaving ih e British alone,
•gested [■'.:.t"ifcr. g ? iin r r :'-iS'V:..-:.'cr:£-'._:
u.'.:
■,‘ J
rea so n s. 1Ii hns been suggested
f lo o r . C o n g re ssm e n r e p o r t s u c h o p>POSlp o s i- "’ im
,
Jt Is-unlikely
that tha BriUsh in Hong Kong
the w h o le Ihirg Is a show by
>he
t i o n to 'th c r e n t p ro g ra m a m o n g t h e i r' c o n - „ [ii knuckie under to Peking’s th r e a ts nnd Com­
F i 'l
N a ss e r to build up his prcsllge
S tltu e n tS .
munlst
munist demonslrailons, as the P o rtu g u ese did
A l
w ithout a w ar although U.S,
iiain’s
Macao. Bul is isn’t a sure th in g . Britain’s
T h e doubt w a s w ell ju s tifie d , f o r th e in Mac.
Stale
Deparlment
officials.
licials.
sta
le
C
difficulties have c a u se d it to back
„ WALTER UPPM A NN
■
while sa y in g no onc in the Mid- '
T
H o u s e h a s d itc h e d th e a llo w a n c e f o r' n e w economic
econom
By
PPM A N N
R m
H■ ■
d ie ’yE as s?t ' w ants, war, admit un?n away *from other world com m itm ents and 10
“
die
^
r e n t s u p p le m e n ts a n d la c k in g o n lIv
y 20
‘y
leave vacuums of power into w h ic h the Com,
red
ic
le
incidents
might
put
p
ta
b
l
v o t e s o f k illin g th e m o d e l c itie s p r o g r a m , munists wilt move if the Uniied S ta te s does not. f h e F
iador s iho w h o le nrea in flames.
T he IInn d i a n am bassadors
«
The President denies th a t he
he
P r e s id e n t Jo h n so n a sk e d 540 m il l i oin
n ftoo r Mao
mqo Tse-lung
T-t
may think he can r u n Hong Kong ij,5j.
. . - ^ui
pul us on a collision co
o u rse n a m e was Panlkar, and he was And Scn. Jacob K. Javits,
Javlis, B y W
WAY
A Y N E G . BR AT«>STA
DT,
iSTAD
T, M. D .
r e n t su b s id ie s fo r low -inco m e f a m i l iie
e ss,, a aoss well
well as Ilarold Wilson, h o w ev er, and be
r , China and the Soviet
Soviet o n e of the ablest diplomats
'j* w ilh Red
lals in New ■yorl'
Y o rk Republican, raised
Used a
j this he is relying upon th e servicc.
p r o j e c t th a t h a s g ro u se d c o n g r e s siio
io nn a l might not
1 accc^ a Macao settle m e n t. —
g^od question
quo;
" The
™ Union. In
servlo Bul the Slate
le De- good
about U Thant’s •
eping to adjust
adjust the tem perature o f the
? k « [^ Q - I
® sleeping
h o s t i l i t y sin c e i t w as in tr o d u c e d i n 1965. Orcgoni
Oregonian____________ ____________
hisabili
his ability to guess correctlyi how partm eni dismissed his w arn- puUing ou
mands
pHl
‘wo
o
r
th
r
e
e
tim
es
a
w
eek
blanket
K
week
to your individual need,
p
f
iwo
'
.
;tn
a
m
Ings,
and
ihe
ever-wiliy
bureau|ng
f
o
rc
c
fo r he can go in Norih V ietnam
1
O f th e {S62 m illion so u g h t f o r t h e m o d e l
p a st y e a r . When I read Q-How
Q-How low m ust o n e 's blood
DR. m O 'S WISE D ECISION
w
i t a , ' bringing on Chinese
se in- c ra w called
‘
without
calle him "Panicky
y Pan- Ho s a id ., "When
you’re a pcace-; for Ihe P
c i t i e s p r o g ra m , w h ic h C o n g r e s s r“e il uJ c' l­
J
^
n
"
,l
h
a
t
sleeping
pills
are
h
a
b
itp
r^
u re be lo cause c o n c e rn ?
habitpressure
ik
a
r."
Not
long
after
that
ep
in
g
fi
'at
the
k
e
forcc,
you
don't
run
at
Noi
m itit
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther K in g was5 well terveniion.
terveniii
t a n t l y a u th o riz e d la s t y e a r , t h e c o mn m
.>
(k.
forming,
i
t
w
orried
me.
what
wc
How
^
t
wouki
cause th e blood
of
its
Ihe
fir.st
sign
ol
a
breach
of
Ihe
forming,
ju
d
g
e
U
.S.
Army
suffered
one
ihe
s
lai he He fe
feels he is able 10
Armj
-u,,.to reject promptly any noiJon that
t e e v o te d o n ly J237 m illio n a n d t h e H.T
s e advised
can you g e t relief afterr npt
opt preisure to be too k)w? Whac
miiiiary disastcfs.
p c ac e.”
1oUUBC
hi become a peace candidate for Presideni
:sldenl ju s t what
wl;
largeis he cann h it w o rst milli
sleeping
in a can be done
d<
to raljc It?
h a s g o n e a lo n g . Its p u rp o se is t o e n ic
c oouu rr-- S
“ w p f f f o r tw o nights la
„ ^
In I9C8. He has been urged lo r u n for the office, before ithe big Communist pow row?
A
—
Al
“
*•
‘’f
ir
a
i
iiu
:
A
lthou^
an u p p e r reada g e s e le c te d c itie s to I n itia te p l a n s tto
o lif t and we believe he would receive a large num- e rs decidc
c^e'wlU
row? ^
deci to Wt U c k . This is a ‘h a tj Ihe
^^e Korean
K
experience
will
A — All Bleeptag pills ac« n o t ing (systi
(systolic) oelow 100 is conth e m s e lv e s u p b y th e ir b o o t s t r a p s w
With
ith ber of votes. But he would not b e elected
•i ari4
anjl ^tnd
ktad of Russian roulette. T h e b^ e repeated. But the fact of the
P o n
go
habit-form ing. Those that con- sidered abnormally
;
low . this
candidacy might harm the v e r y causes
ie» he President
presldei believes ihat h e; "c a n m
_ a tte r is ,that il may be repeatf e d e r a l ta x m oriey. .
his can
u ln b a rh ilu ra te s a re , but th e y ddoei
o
ei
not
in
itself
indic ate poor
, discrimi
discriminale between those® *?fu r - ^ed. This- is because President
A c i p s s .;h e c o u n try , J83 c IU m a r e , ccoomm -. most w ants 10 help.
esidenl
can be p iu r c h a s e d only o a at doc- beslib.
tia 7 .c =
bealib. Jn shock, the b lood p resDr. King has wisely stated h i s fdea of his gets
»ets which
whi he ean hit with sa fe - Johnson
joju,son has
ha allowed the issue of
^
^
tor’s
p
resc
rip
tio
n
.
Some
people
p e t i n g for a s h a r e of th e a p p r o x i m a t e l y leadership as follows: " I have c o m e lo think
>eopIe
sure
falls
below
95.
T
his
I s con­
Ink ot
of fy
ly and (hose which he c an n o t ,v
otne a
By T
w r V so
» m u c h about their
th e Vietnam war lo become
l hhe A ao c b te d Press
worry
al
ir in- sidered alarming
but it Is a lale
5 11 m illio n a llo c a te d f o r p la n n in g g r*aanntts,
s . niy roie
role as one which operates ou ta ld e the realm
realm m
Mtt wilh
wilh safely.
te
*jmnla . th
ll e y csan't sleep. In
s
te ss tt of
of whc
whether the Uniied Stales " I f tthh e United Slates isI going somola
In es- sign of shock.
TT>e condlU on la
ol par
partisan politics, raUing t h e Usues» and This
• —
■
ot
-n ii, ij « deadly g u essin
g Isf to conlinue lo be a mlillu
lake a senca the a b ility to fall asleep
best
diagi
2®
iliu ry lo s ta n d , it’s beller to make
LSleep
b
u
t
diagnosed
by
olher
m
eans,
through
T O O GOOD T O L O S E
through action crealing the Bltuatlon whidi
w hld ig am e, ’Yet It has . become the p ow er on. Ihe Aslan mainland,
inland, sta n d in Ihe
th«n it readily d e p e n d s oo the ability
Abnonri
I Middle E a s t th«nil
ibility Abnormally
low blood p r e s s u r e
IJ.S—. fore®* w haieverparty ttl n pow er to a ct creative- center
Sgnjer ot
( the Johnson airaUteegy.
gy.
hrough is in th e F a r E ast;" -J'S
en. lo
to refax
relax com p letely . For m any Is seen in
President Is acting through
J Sen.
|n Addison’s d ise a s e (ad ­
C o m m u n ist-In sp ired r io tin g I n H
H oo nn gg Jy
conslruclivety In response to the d ram at-1.
I t wouM be less giddy and n1e rv ea- ‘ puppet regime in Saigon
in sup- S lu a r t Symington,
D-Mo„
tl
i„
disreasons
thU
i
s
very
difficult
del.
it
b
u
t
renal
deficiency),
nervoiis
vom Sj
K o n g , a p p e a r s to .r e s e m b le h o o lig atn
n is m ic
lc pres
presealations of these Issues o n tbe public
P“Wlc racking if it were not . f o r S
' t ^' ^p orted
g t ^ l by
y troops and eD(>rmous
jrmous c u ssin g whether - ihe- United with prac
p ra c tic e « n d the proper
adv
sr ap- iting. advancied
tube rc u lo sis, ulm o r e th a n po U tic al p r e s s u r e c a l c uIlla
a tte
e d scen4/'
seen*/'
’
th,
should choose belween
elween ^ a c h it c a n be accomplished,
ceratlve colitis
1
ished. cerath>e
and o th e r chron:« ^
s e a and ai
air power.
.
S ta te
tws sh
- fac t
M
Dr. K ins i* * mlnUler and the recipient .of .1
the
t o d r iv e o u t th e B r itish . A s a C:ro
ro w n
2! fore, and p l a y ^ moreover, by
J - em p lo y in g force in Vietnam'
techjn iq u e is welWeserlbed
lam' or The tech
debilit
:rll>ed
Ic
debilitating
diseases.
T
h ere
t. Nobel Peace Prize, and be is opposed “to the, som ’e ot, Ihe same men w ho
o ' aa rr ee
T
he most
C o lo n y , H ong K ong s e rv e s a s a n I mipn oo rrtT he
mos important recenl de- in th e dispute between Egypt In
drug that will r a i s e the
in "You C a n L eam to Relax,”
Blax,” are drugs
• Ea r d Vietnam:
war on moral grounds. His advocacy
in th e velopmeni from the other sJ^SrS
side of and
..j L
» ,r
ae'
srael.
;
'
a book Iby S . W. Gutwirth.
a n t 'W a r f d t r a d # c e n te r w h e r e ‘‘h
’ /‘.'ilfil'
th. A blood pr<
pressure of p e rso n s who
of
civil righis is expressed th ro u g h his presides
th e stT Jgie has been the warn'
limited
n
u
m
b
e
r
of
copies
sfai
.
(p
aaer
In
shock,
which
is
a
n
e
m
e rc u i r e n c i e s ” c o n lin u o to c ir c u la te . A sI ss uu cc hh «cy «f
tt
of th e Southern Christian L ead ersh ip Center5t pow- "TT a^ xe e*s should not be iv^
mlsed perback) a r e available at w n Some of the Presidenl’s pirlncirin ci- in
in gg that
that the
thi tw o Communist
coi
Wil- gency condition
but, for p e rso n s
i t b e n e f ils R e d C hina.
ence. T
n je re 1* an area io w hich hU two goals p a l advisers are Ihe sam e. m
let us ond
the shire Book C om pany (B'Rlt Sunnoi lo .lct
and low
lo w e re
i d seasonally like J,"*
m ee nn e r s are
are resolved
h
L Sud- whose bli
blood pressure ta c hronlWhen the A dm inistration states ,'i
il who guessed wrong in th e9 Ko- L a s t y e v C o m m u n ist C h in a s o l d : $500 coincide.
c o in ^ i
y vie- h e m lin e s of womeo’s skirts.’’-- !!!!
Ko- Win
Win the
the;'k ind of .mlliUry
see aivd
Blvd., HoUywood 46, Calif.),
:aUr.). callv
cally low
low, treatm ent o! t h e unu jt withheld
fund* for allev iatin g condlUons
" '1n ^war. TTvey cwiM not th
is o n ’s C h a irm
ir m a nn WilbijrD, M fllsotthe
m iU I o n w o rth o f its g oo d s In H o n s K o n gs m
<nu«t
w
th ee nn to
^ e in
^ *rea
to ry
ry which
which President Johnson’s
Iroom ^rfying
derfylng cause -ta the m o s t efWays and Means Com- Q
9, -“ W e k e e p our bedroom
Ul*
Oi mo v in - rbelieve
™ * ' that if .Goa#* D ouglas
luglaa on ee w
H ouse
w se W
: a n d b o u g h t o n ly W m ilH o n . R e m i t t a«n ci eSs
w war
war aim
1 s call for.
lectric fective aMTMch.
If th e p e rso n
all tl*
hut s le e p under aa electric
a;
“ " ” nam w ar. then Dr, King has a o o tb e r. pragmatic JJ"®''®
to :N oo: tttf'c
M acAnhur.carried th eT w «i in
Ifllo
rM
oM ' a n .p m e n d lo know
C rcttn C h in e se b u sin e ssm e n to f a m i l l ee ss . oonn
■"
blanket. S o m e friend* say^ this is
i* merely
merel) oekiw p a r a p r o g ra m
fn . nnnosios the waiv '
MacArtl
Y
alu
a
t
M
t
what
poTnt
in
the
escal)
done
of body building th r o u /^ a nuN
ortb
Korea
an
d
to
the
am
Just
wh
e
s
c
a
l
.
'
ir
is
n
ap
p
t
goc
good
f
a
r
.us.
We
bave
%
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a t R ep
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to keep t h e ' B rr itU
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for ru llz ln g t h e G reat Socl^
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President
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key’
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and
Russia.
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isiw
hy
0
to
ths
rhent
to
tbe
Yalu.would
s
ft
C
hina
t(td
» g « a ty a t home. He;condnues to t a l k sense
lha m en t
w yyou
r h e o s ta t th a t w ill allow
ou ringworm.
rlngwont
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h ae .U
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i i*a'coUislQa course.
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Fa
Tfmej-New*
M a y 25-26, 1957
5*^
IAL DAY
IY FLOW
mERS
iMORIAL
^ MEBIK
M
RIAL DAY!
, CUT FLOWERS
I FLOlIl iI MiMORIAI
SELECTION
ECTION OF
iHELBY’S HAVE
A VERY LARGE
b
SHELBY’S
h
^
KS, SWEET WILLIAMS,
F!
LIAMS, FERNS,
A STERS,
rARNATlONS, DAISIES. STOC
STOCKS,
P E O N iE S , CARNATIONS,
TION 43 COMPLETE.
WHILE SELECTION
C(
S H O P3 EARLY V*
G l ^ D S , A T LOWEST PRICES.
PRI'
I?
her arrang
arrangements
owers, Wreat!
reaths and other
Plastic Flowers,
I
■s for M
Memorial
Day.................
jorfment Plastic
flowers
em
Loose
assorfmenf
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10
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10 a.m. 'til 7 p.m.
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K Youth-Retreat
B At Albion
^
10 ^
News
Idaho
PR
g B
>ING SPECIALS
PROMISING
SPECIAI
. [
PLANS APPROVED
.
PR'O jeC T S OUTI.INED
]jccu g P B P
In a series of
L /
POCATELLO — Plans to0 con- BOISE
BOISI J A E ) — -Ncw-projccU
8:30 p.m.. A. li-T w ig g y Special, lhe
Iho sccond
s
isc5a11 propose
proposed for devclopmcnl under P i H I
he 91-pound Cockney
Kid. Produccr________ ____^ 5 2 ---------smrci sm n :tT r« J ’.0271i8hlWT)a5c5all
Ihree
viewings in (he
C<
Ihrce half-hour
hait
supervision-of (he Idaho paf>i ■.
llows (he high pricslcss of the Mo<l
V
facility in Nop Park have! been supcrvi;
_
, photographer Bert Stern follows
<s and board vwill be outlined at o meet- 1
STlAN tlqqIj
studio and Disneyland nnd
■
' MAGIC VALLEY CHRISTIAN
t g Vgjs ghc visTis' Hollywood
d movie studios
J
approved by the city parks
ingingininBoise Friday aflernoon
ly given by slnaers
Sonny and Cher.
sir
S '! COLLEGE. Albion — JimI R«yRcy- attends
aitends a star-sprinkled party
11
recreotion board.
to thc and Saturday, thc board annoUI.'«. Abllexic.
noUK
Abl
Tex,, will
ill be
DEST BETS
;TS FO R MOVl
MOVIES
fl
P'®''®
recom- rwuncet
nounced Wednesday.
:
•
g
principle ipeaker and Bible jToo pm
p r .. 5_"S ail a CrOoked
■oked Ship" (1982)
Fnns ot the lalc
(I:
'•“ __ city commis!=lon with the recomijfJCf
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PROVO (AP) — ( i r i
metiil
Retrent at Magic Valley Chris-,jQ^ij
Qvie roleChris-,iqoIj
Kovacs In his last movie
role. Tn
In our
01 opinion, his appear•st deproposals and decide by carBenncll. acquiiicd of first
dc- park
pnrk be completed by next the pro]
(ian
June 23 (hrough
j, lhe
u, film's only redeeming
Ilan College
Collcf
:ming fenture. Hc plays Budsy FngA 1
ny in March,
when ih< high school |y
ly (all
tall which (0 authorize lor
“■‘>“81’ ,nnce Is
erec m urder Wednesday
Mare
■ f
July
lemeyer, 1a small-time crook with big ideal,
ideas who ambles through
July !•
ilemeyer,
construction.
:■aces a baseball
sea.^o'n begins,
con-siruc
i'ourih Dimrict Court, faccs
basct
ot
a
protesslonaL
•________________
Inken
a
trite
plot
wilh
(he
finesc
profession
•'l
"A
Living
Sacrifice,"
(nkcn
(rite
pk
sanity hearing, possibly next
William P . Frome. St. An- ' ,. .'
w l.............................................
„ ,^ n y '1
from Romans 12:1, has been
.
ioard,
week.
IC E t^ R A ^ R O V E D .
(hony.
is chairm an ot the board,
*
chosen tor
tor Ihe theme toto bebe ^ ........
- a -L
BK ' "
chosen
nearly BOISE
(AP) - A Neighborj h e term
ter ot one member. State
....1:00
1:00 a - U r a m i e c •
Slate
R'’” ''' The
- J
A ju o ’ deliberated nearly
BO
before
hood
Youlh
Corps
p
ro
je
a
in
Ida5^^
j
siudied.
The
summ
er
cam
p
is
I
T
n
u
jj
^ S u m m e r Focus e
Wk
'
studied. Tt
m ld a - g p n , J. C; Sandberg,-D-Black- — ’a K
Ihree and ono-Jinlf hours before hood
offered 16 all high school and 'I V C J
:quitial ho fc
for the Idaho Conservation
jqq,
Sak
®
2D—Drognrt
retumlnR a vcrdict of acquittal
Commission has been approved
college agt
age young people.• Col- JSL
j s l KK17
2SL—Dean
Marlin C
B S ' ~ .r S M
im '-T V Salt Lake
2SL"by reason nf insanity."
Comr
S—Dean
Martin c
ne or*
the U, S. dcpartmenf of_Iabor,
labor,
:
crc<fi( will be offered (o
to aif
a il 39
39 KDOI-rv
kDO
Boise
H—C
- ' FUNDS WEEDED
• . Judg e -M a urice Harding
or. t>y
h yth.
■■T •'
l«gc crcjfit
7B—Summer
Focus C
i
A
j
h
high
school
srhoo
seniors
who
have
3
kID-T
olficc ol Sen. Frank Church.
[ g y /j
3 kID-TV Idaho Fall?
7B hurch.
t.EwiSTON,
Jiaho (AP) -T
-T h e ,
dered Bcnncit returned to0 Uiah
Uiah lhe
lhe ol
g
&
l
'
graduated
and
colicge
students.
4
KCPX
dents. 4 KCPX-TV Salt U k e
11—Laramie
11c
1
said Wednesday,
Idaho *Highway
*1
, Idaho
Board nnd thc
■ ■
Slate Hoapital for thc saniiy
sanity R-Idaho,
0-1“ “
^
cost of the project is State Highway Engineer said
_.* /alley 55KSI.-TV
g-SO 2B-Greaic<:t
2B T!ie
ot Magic Valley
K.SI..T .Salt Lake
Tlie campus
cami
9:S0
Show
proceedings.
JToial
"'
ne of 7B
Boise
lO-OO 3—Nows,
3—N
'• fed<'3- hDic Wcdncsdiy Ihn slalc tan- . M
ChrlMlat- ccollege offers nne
Chrlstlat7B KTVB-TV
KTV
10:00
Spts,, Wihr.
Bennett, a patient nt Ihe hos.
hos- H5.3SO. of which t38,890 Is
Church's office' said. not adequately financc iu priaiions 88KIFI-TV
the
retreat locations
KIFI-i Idaho Falls
4—News, Spls., Wthr.
.- m thc most Ideal
Ic
plial two year.1, had been cral funds.
'
:(orot
Twin Falls
i„, the
80 ^m^ary
r y hhighway needs and rnmnot 11 KMVT-TV
KMV
'’’’e .°o
main^
n<0 oovailable.
va ilable,!Bud Davis, director
.>;_Ncw:i, Spts, Weather
charged In conneclion wilh
Ihe Work
Work opportunilies for some
fjbison summer
cnrollecs Will bo provid{aln * netw ork of .secondary
In color
7£j_
irovid- tain
ndary
7B—News,
Spls, Wthr,
- ■ intormntion for the college noles,
noles, (c)
(c) Telecast
Tele
1965 .‘.InyiiiB of Russell Robison,
sumn
•e ta
th ed
by lhe projecl. Age lim ita- routes—particularly
rouiesize of
' .
the m aie
....... ........... ....... ......... ....... .....
""
8-N
8- . “c- w s. Sports, Weather
scenic attrnctions are .........
.
Many scei
Robison and Bennett w ere
both
cd b;
roads on Camas Prairie b
II—News, Spts. Wthr.
available
fo rth e Students for ncV
. W F
ava
lahle fa
i^ouniy. tions
roads
from Iok« in Duchesne &)uniy.
“Oi's
,* ir
llvi'ty
periods and thc valley set- S;3ll 7Sl~Ncyvs c
Korihceniral Idaho,
•2SL—News.
Sports
^
^
■
'l
'’'
‘y
CONFERENCE SET
....... r \ " .---.H -y;
Imp
10:20 Movie, "The Wch”
Vt ••
linfr nway trom mclropoliian
BOISE (AP) — A Governor's
;rnor's
SURVEY
s
STUDIED
;■ J i K
10:S0 2 S I-T o n iie Show c
iiii-ns is conducive to sludy and
lyette
‘ ''1
conference de»lfned lo develop
evelop
BOIS
BOISE (AP) — The Payelte
mediiailon.
3—Danny Kaye c
5-News.
Spts,.
Weth,
^
uctcd
Survey conductcd
ideas on improving Idaho's1 busi- River Basin
1
2B
Schedule of activities includes
:iuaes
7B-Ncws, Sports and
* f “-N ew s, Spts. Wihr
;d for by the Idaho Department
nt of
"'■■■■
1
ness climaie Is Scheduled
11—Danny Koye y
earlv morning
flag raising,
demorn
8-, 'isWeather
IIt
will be subjecti oott aa
.V L . ■
June 9, the otfice of Idahoi Gov. Reclamation
Reclam
7B—Toniie
Shpw-^
votinnni service, morning classg_C
R-Coliscum
c
I
Don W. Samuelson said Wednesednes-public
public meeting June 7 in Emj
EmShow c
t s nnd chnpel period, afternoon
j l _V' o ,a * o o
rnoon
,|JB—Tonite
;’
melt, the department snid
10:40 5—U s Vegas c
sports and recreation nnd an
-5,
8:00
2SL-NCWS. wthr, sports
'
'
istrial- Wednesday.
»
"jack Simplnt. Idaho industrialWednes
evening lecture by Mr. Reynolds.
‘ ![,-B
.
10:53 2B—Movie.
"Tho Day ihc
nolds.
^v
crlv
HlJIbillirs
c
^
(cycles (M,
will speak nl a noon lunch- The survey wiH evcnlualiy
KETCHUM — Flags, bicycles
(m, v.
World
•
Fred W
addell.ncwly appointed
Wad
Dinted '
5_Gilligan’.s Island c
Wor Ended"
ik and con. Invitations arc being
and ponies, old cars, junk
lg «xex- cover 1all uses of water of ihc lc ? .,v r
^ )J dean at Ihl
the collegc: Je rryf MeMc7B_
11:45 --l-Jo
7D-Danicl
Boone
HM5
l- J c y Bl.shop c
garbage oil vied for priority
rity at tended
icndci to b u s i n e s s leader*
■ader* payede River and lls tribuMries f j;
Charles
p)veland.
Dr.
DonBee,
Charle
2Sl.-M ovie, "The Hell
the Payciie Lakes 10 the
the Kelchum-Sun Vallev Cham- throughout
ihroui
th ; state, lhe gover- from tfi
.
8:S0 2,SI,-Daniel Boono
J2UM 2SU
B
aid R. NeilsW and O. Brooks
Fire Club"
2B-M
ber of Commcrcc m eetingI Wed- nor's officc said.
i Snake FRiver.
Davis \WH-<cflch Dibis classes
, ^ y Three Sons c
AC din-------nesday nqpn nt ihc Alpine
din­
r.
■n"’" Soils c
—
and .syrervlse activities. M
Mrs.
ing room.'l^red Siurievant.
1
>4
- - HOUSING
IMPROVED
't. vico
vice
uniOLDS
DECISION
HO
TRY
WANT ADS
0 the
4-Batmfln
c
TRY TIMES-NEWS
TIM
Jc.s:.ip
Je,s:.ip
Strain,
secrciary
to
the
r~»
• -president,-w ho presided in the
ho SuCALDWELL,
Idaho (AP) - f . •
Ihe pg:
BOISE (AP) — The Idaho
CALI
FOR
, lhe
he
Three Sons c
k o r FAST
FAS' SELLING RESULTS
presideni,
will
suocrvi.'c
-_j~
held a Improvement
in the housing ot
•
1 " P.
8-D anicl Boone
abnence of president Merwin
vlerwin p^em'
preme Courl Tuesday upheld
Improvi
™
girls
and
Mrs.
Lila
Kell
will
^
Estcrholdl, said, "E v ery person
j j , ^ | court decision giving
ing (I- the tho
thousands of migrant workf“ «on district
‘
H
-M
y Three Sons c
IP
E
S
a
t
Robert
Stuart
Junior
High
02
ni
^
l|h
serve
na
nurse.
'
i
J
'V
A
PARKING
AREA
STRIPES
!
in Ketchum who owns an Amcr- tie
« ' to a piece of land (n Valley
e rs wn
who come to Idaho Mch
PAR
Valley er*
™ « v ,.,..S ..,.C r o o .. .p iQ .
rdnewiay by ninth
j;
■dnes- School
nlnt> grade girls who
Scenic
attractions nearby for
^
ay . summer
aentwi were palnled Wednesday
ican flag is urged to display
pl®y “il Couniy to Dr. and Mrs, R
Raysummei w as reported Wednese cn stripes and 67
durir the afternoon acicison those lo leave lhe 67 green
« whUe stripes' as
*5 vi.sis
vi.st;.4 during
,
day by
by Gov, Don W. Samuelson
on Mcmortal Day and F lag8 Day. mond U White. Boise,
day
le school.
schooL Mary Cook, front, and
more *^elr
IT
T hh uurr»s .. ( B a n k N ig h t)
•?** livilv period include Ml. Harrived In
in «>»
s“ ‘d, however, that more
Weir -conlrlbudon (0 the
i |- i ,
"With all thc demonstrations
« | land had been involved
rations n-rhe
wiw sa
I
parllclpallng
Id
the
^
Peggy
Bronion
were
two
of
several
girls
i
“ ** son -Tnd Lake Cleveland, Citv of
’ '
hip beI
a n d F r id a y
Boinc on, we should *how
con
)w our g, controversy
over ownership
be- gains
8 ®im *are needed.
wofit- (Tlmes-News pholo)______________
»)_________________________________
_____ Rocks, thc Snake River gorge
^
patriotism by being 'flag{ dem- [ween the UTiites nnd Mr.
r. and
said in remarks p reppjrtd
a re d ______L
He si
I
B ig D o u b le F o a tu r e
nnd Shoshone
falis near Twin
Shoshc
on.siraiors.'"
, Mrs. Neal Boydstrun. The• third for a meeling of farm labor
T " ‘"
JI-P -T ™ ;
, f |f .
Fnlls, Dr. Davis noles.
Children (and grown-ups
loo) dijtrict court had ruled inI favor officials
officials in Casw ell that 20,000
’s too)
^ 7-JO
7:J0 2S^
2S I.-S tar Trek
Sludcnts nre urged (0 send
send * 3-Bclwichcd c
riding their ponies and bicycles .» . 1.
persons, workers and their fam­
on sidewalks a re urficd lo obey
applic-ition; for the retre:at
applic.itions
at aass
ilies, are recruited trom! outside
+-B cw iichedc
l ^ j
TWIN
/
m
mu/ncr5,
uincrs, cxccssive
c
noise:: Jack f.oon
no:
i,oon :i<
:is: possible.
Art applicnlion
7g
_
(h« cUy ordinance whJcJi tocblds
Jhe state (0 «rjfk on Maho
Jdaho
TWI FALLS COUNTY
DROWNS
'Jie
cnf on
7B-flcwilched
C
flH u
T. T eater,
T. F. Ju sd ce Court
e a (e r,:31, Kimberly. SIO.
10. exc*- can he
lie rreceived bv writing
it.
T
p
;nh n g
gg_s
- S la rT rc k
_
.
.
LEWISTON,
Idaho (AP)) -_ farms. About 7,000 are cmicc of pircd driver’s
drivei license, and Sonny Youth
Youlh Retr
Retreat, MVCC. Albion.
j i _ ew itc h cd • c
It was pointed out that there
, rcntlv ployed
Orofino m an apparently
P'oycd in the southwesternI por- Fined ;by Twin Falls Justicc
bmn. _
ii-a
^e,, ------------------------------------• j8i04
i j , J-A n Evening With
jghan L. Buck. 27,
J5, _ _______
Peace Reed P. Maughan
27 1521 Kimes Ave^,
arc many visltor.-s In Kelchum drowned in the lurbulenl Snake
Snake tton ot
the Pea
of the slate.
i and thca’ is alw ays the poasi-' River 30 miles soulh of I-cwisFxiward _RQbcct_ Smith, inadequate
I /'Il it!.
—
were E
Roscmarv Clooney c
;
...
tpired Also
Alsolinei
lined by Judge Maughan
11.El.an
..................
f(-That
"
biliiy of an accident when ?'•
ei- (on a l Wednesday . afternoon
e n ^ n ■-- - ^lA W EFFECTIVE ------ 12.n . Twin
Twi Falls, $5. expired
i'.iri c
I! | "wI itthh M ik e C o n n o r s
lector tiriver's
H ark J . Huddleston, 19.
___ thcr.bicycJcs or-ponies a re
BOISE (AP) - Tax collector
driver's license: Dixie R. Land- were Harley
^ rid- when the power boat in v,hlch
which
5—Muvie, "Sail a Crooked
S i 'i ?R,:
RI veCc o v e r i n g
den on the sidewalks.
.. J5, F iltr. J5. m
no m utner; Mllchcll
turned Clyde ■
Koont*
reminded Wednes- holm,
3: 229 Monroe St..
holm. 33.
,
hc was a passenger ovcriurned
*
Each properly owner is "'«■
urg- In
. rapidj.
_
day athat changes in Idaho's
teena Campbell,
Campbell. 18, 704 Grant St..
CARM!
laho s expired d riv er's licen.w; Teena
St.. $5,
S5,
CARMICHAELS,
P a. (AP)
7ijA
,
■'•I'
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• TijJlDcan
Martin c
A flj
cd to clean up his premises.
_
sales tax law. opproved byy the Carol Jo
Jones, 22, Twin Falls,
Is, J5, no muffler
muffler: Richard T. Webb. MMrs.
rs. Edna
Edn Crowtord sufferH _’
( OOPPEENN EVERY NIGHT
fer11-Dragnet
c
Ken- jgg7 i.cgjslaiure. will be effecWhen lhe snow disappears in Ihc Presumed drowned was1 RcneWec- JaiJurf ijlo register a m uoily;
213 Adam.i
Adam.? St.. 25, S25, niuf/K'H
/; Jc- 373
frac
jf/K+.s, ccj j „„ iraclured
left Wj> Wed««:J0
.« j<;r,
I
2SC^a(flh Fishing c
PHCP H O N E 3 24-SS21
spring it often leaves unsightly neth Allex, 32. a highway engi- (ive May 31.
rome I. R. Devers. 22, J20,
S20, cxceisive
excessive nnoise; Rav W. Jones, nesdoy
nesdoy nIghI
nl
In a tall while
’ J-F
j _ pa m lly Affair
{ AA
dm
hlle
dm
li ission - A dulli 90c
neer
for
the
U.
S.
Forest
Servpiles of garbage, junk and even I***"
Changes include the cxem
;cm p-----------p------------------------ --------------------17_ 1737 Third
Thil Avc. E,, $5. failure playing
------- 17.
playing (ouch
(
too(ball with
4_ j
4-Twiggy
c
I Sludon
S ludanis 60c - Child 30c
old earn. Thc Chamber believes
elieves i « .
non
(ion of
of prescription drugs and
lo purchase Idoho driver's
her r grandchildren
gram
r's li- he
and was
ii_n
Ihc cily of Kelchum shouldd "pul Nei Perce County Sheriff
•iff L. purchas
purchases made by nonprolli cd- J H a i J i
I SNACK BAR AVAILABLE
I lo
censc: Clarence II. Pounds
huspllaliii In satisfactory
is III, htispllaliied
>i_5
?
r
r
g
!
;
md ii
il A. Hi
Huddleston said Allex w a s ucationi
its bcsi face forw ard" and
ucational institutions, hospitals -T
®
la. Kimberl
Kimberly, J20. mufflers,
condition, hospital attendrs, cxex- condition,
■
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IS.
requesting each properly owner fi.^hing
fi.ihinj in a power boat with
with and
and car
cjn al companies.
IllS tfl
5
ccs.sive
Freddie W,
Ma- ants
anU reported.
rept
', IlaM rs. Crawc
csmvc noise;
noi
5.
Ray Saylor,
and Harold Laws, Dut ai
to do his own cleaning up.
I
at (he same llmc, Koontz * , J ' "
^i-cre ii-m, Filer',
ford IsIs 81.
Sl
1---------,n of
of . HAGERMAN — Officer.s were
‘’’•'‘ '’i JS, failure lo trans- ford
ased a both of
jaid.
TTie cham bcr has purchased
i Lewislon.
said, th
the present .exemption
iicl N.
II ihc
Ihc fer
roRiMralion,
ond Manuel
notor
installed
Tucsd.iy
evening
at
cr
r|;n«''fa
the
"occasional
sale"
of
motor
instaiica
jwblic tddress system adequate
equate
----------------------"oci
/C. R , ...........................
......................
-i «T S FfilDAY"
......
"SM
•'ling, Hernandez.
iinnntimtiiiiMi:
nnins Hagermo
Hagerman Lions Club mcciing,
>'‘=rnande2,GO, 501 Fiflh Avc.
for almost any occu io n .. Max \ Tr
vehicles is removed. Beginning
,
T
vehicles
indy. J5, jnsuf/icicnl mirrors,
c n in n
fioior 7'^icy
Peek, chairm an, said it will be y 0
le
May n every sale of a moior
7^17 include MIrcd Sandy, w , jnsufficn
SOLDIERS WOUNDED
"Tl
.egis- president;
Meric Owsley and
-----rented to responsible parties.
vehicle which must be regis^''” ‘^ent
ies.
o
vchicle
SEOUL (AP)
- A U. S. and a
'
(/
be Ralph
Ralph ^Miller, vice presidents;
pQL]
The evening of June 9 the
tercd under Idaho law willII be
POLICE C A U E D
South Kor
Korean soldier were
\H n i
sales Lln.'
Jensen, secretary, and
■S
subject to lhe 3 per ccnt sales
Lln; dd Ji
first "Shoot O ut" will be held 1 6
in a shooting
tt
Jack Mai
Marlin, lailiwistcr.
bSEATTLE
E A llL h (A P )-P olice units, wounded today
tax
■Jack
le viltax.
on the M»ln Street of the
vil­
suspected. North
pi
n In. Including a helicopter, were exchange
« c h a n g e with
w
PIUS c o - K ir . . .
lage. Les Jankow, who has been
J _ ,
-------Elvcrc (Tommy) Thomson, In- ">c uding t
,
K orean agents aboul four miles
ia'ndy callcd
called Into ’West Seattle Wednes- w est of *he
general chairm an of the "Shoot V JJL
lly
BODY RETRIEVED
stalling rofficer, presented Sandy
the site ot an explosion >---------Out" commiitee since it was
In­
'■as in•'
CALD
rthur day afiernt
aflernoon to quiet a» alsdls- Monday which
wh
CALDWELL (AP) - T h e body with a ]president's pin, Arthur
killed two U. S.!
stigated, will be In charge
WA!
:harge WASHINGTON
(AP) _ • The of a Caldwell
Ca
physician missmg
ssing Kasier I:
Is retiring president.1^^
turbance
by
turbance by some 200 (ccnagcrs^ervlcem en.
again.
slum dweller, whose poverty
ieved Thc cli
club voted lo donate J5 t o ------------Dverty since /April 29 was retrieved
C!ay!on Sfeivart rcpnrtecf
d (hat and paor
f
education leave^ him from La
-c by the loca
local b.ischall team sponLake Lowell near here
1
lhe grant for (he cily sewer wiih ai feeling of futility, w on't Clanyon
(janyon County sherlfl's depu- sored by the Amcrican legion.
sysiem has been approved
ed by be motivated
mc
10 vote by talk of nes
Lea Owsley
Post No. 31.
lies Wei
Wednesday.
Ows
the EDA atuj papcr.s a re now
now In abstract
abstr:
political Issues, aa new Dr. 0.
Oak.n Hoover. 46. had been The next
ne meeling will be held
Washington, D.C., for final
reporl says,
,al ap- report
missing
ivhich June 5, Only one meeting a
missing since lhe boal in which
proval.
The way to make voters out of he and a friend were riding
lg on monlh will
be held duringg the
Ihc
“
i’
Puerto Ricans
OtJicials from thc S: t a t e the Negroes.
N
tcond summer. A picnic is planned
:d tor ^ M A
IS and lhe jak
lake capslied. The second
Health D epartment, (he Bureau
3ureau other:
others crowded inlo. (he cilics
Is nian
illM j*
m an wi
was re scued._____________ August^
id the to show
of I^nd Management and
shi that (heir votes help do
about issues closer to
cities of Ketchum, Sun Valley something
somei
m tests
and Hailey took pcrcoJation
lesis home;
home police bruiallty, racial
Thursday to determ ine whether
fhclher discrimlnaiion,
discri
rals 'in iheir I ’ l
or not the proposed Ohio Gulch tenements,
tenen
garbage collection.
■ vJ I
SH U
K j K /1
niy)
a t th e9 HORSE SHL
(Thurs. - Fri. - Sol. Only)
site for a city dum p from
im the Tills
Tlii was thc finding of
thcc
of^ih
iJ . iw j L n
(Thi
three cities and possibly Belle- I/iague
I/;agi of Women Voters a fter a
IN G TU
ESD A Y
'3 r
PLAYING
TUESDA
"V^ ^ ^ ^ r o a r i o u JsS
.' I r
G ales O p en 8:00 p.m .
three-year
study of voter rCglsregis­
VU8 Is a suitable one.
three
PHONI 7 ]3 -6 Ili
Cc
^
th o ruugh
g h SUNDAY
1'/
o l 9:15 Only
------------------------tratio
tration in nine cities.
|I„n l| «M U.S. SO H EaiHwd D)rin
rii>*
le will
[Ifo r
"Ot'cc motivated, people
I t <11 register—and they will vote,"
said. "Convince them
DAMASCUS, Syria (A P’)—
)-TThe
h e lhe
the report
r
voice is siienl" unless
government ordered the mobili- ihat-iheir
(ha(-i
'
f(f
ration today of Syria's %-olunw lun- (hey vole, il added.
(ccr "Popular A rm y"—a civil- “ c /
i ' S ^ \ ^ “ O V E R W E IG H T
ft
inn force of mnre (han ‘j250.000
LulirSp
^
I
be(
m c n -a n d mnnounced it will
be Avollobl* !• |rav wllti*vt a datfar't
Issued arm s and ammuniiion in
a
J
^
H
preparation fo r possible war
wi(h Israel.
snd t«>llr twoMtwH. 0«t till «f ««n
STARrTS
r s TUESDA'
TUESDAY
w es
__
<nt lo* and tin Un*«. Otliinw
^
n cci.ti
cc»ti
D EGREE CONFERRED
jVoo
t gvarw“c r.,,
HAGERMAN-The fellowcraft
f«a>«n.
J
degree was conferred ol the
i„,, „
he Ma- j„,,
,h4 p„vdb, i» y ,„,r dtvs\
dtvgsonic Lodge meeting Tuesday
|, | o„d
g, t<i r«vf full m m y b«tk.
uesday . |„
f
•tk. N»
and th e SWINGNIG
SWINGNIG DC
DOLLS
evening. The nexl meeting,
qu.,n, « i.d . odriMx 1. «»M with
;, June q„„n«n.
'<•
]3, will be the la st meeting
iku ivaroilo
h
lg held Ihu
br> CIOWLIY'S FHAI.
1
ATTEND
;
H[
PLANI TO ATTENI
imenU mao
n S r ll
until Sept. 12, Refreshments
mact’,, U4 Main Avi. S*vltL M>:i
iker. tfd
.n niUJ.
were served by Frank Lenker.
«fj»r»
------- P L U S AT 11:00 O NLY
Hearing On j po(
nWan’^sSanity '.“^S
Will Be Held :g
iXn'J Key to Stations
.Flag Displayy
Is Urged On ;«'£
Memorial Day S '
»“ ■*
tSSSn'.
“" j liw t E f iE F
rw?cl,S"s'tl„
f ’o S
£ “".1
Bi,C
KlC The Girls
"Kiss
And Malte Them
Die"
N ew s Of R ecord
e
:=
)ked I
and
I "Arizona Raiders"
ii'V Hagerman Lions Snf”' S
^ J n s t a l l Officers
fll
Vo te r L e a r i e
May n
?hS5Tells Results
■shSOf Slum Study
» j
=
"THE GREATEST
SHOW ON EARTH"
m
t g
nE";
Starfs TONIGHTT i l L
OMORROW!
^
Prepares F or War
" fun when
V 'j
(he Boston butler
tier m jfl
accidentally , W J
becomes .
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& MUM y i n
3 I
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WOMAN C T H
Blnj
m«iMrfcock. 0<rin«»ll « llsyhiW
r-’r*.'.-:
who eveb oved
western
le,
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M A RRLLAAN
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Nl thru TUES.
Gaf»s o p e n 8 p . i.n . '
,a» 9 : 1 5 o n l y
Show ing
........F IR ST RUN — EExclusive-Araa
xclosivrA
$ 5 to $ 5 0 0 --------
1
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Every W e d n e s d
HI '
NO PU RCH A SE N g C ^ A R Y
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.
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F re a M om b e rsh lp D ra w in g s Eve
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MIAMI, Fla. (A P ) —. A recoS
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miunlst Cuba with him.
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her hhom e Mny 12. "fie said
ba show.s
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Pesrce's ftipht to C uba
shows IHavana Radio said Wedne.sItlon and
.n a pro- were g o in g on a vacation
p,
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h t apparctiHv c ru is c d across day
da "thc rcvolulionary.
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liig hy-iha.M iam
a ’ ahu w ould bc back this Frim e n t dccidid.la conccdc
lhe Flnn'rf* S ffuiM -ot wavfiap
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stern disciplinarian who
asked<52y.
<52y.'H e ' dtdn't-say-w here they
Icvc! Io avoid U.S. r a ddar
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were g o in g . All I want is ihy
broadcast nn " a n y stations" SU
SU tes Army, Richard HnrwoixJ his
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or the laciUtics
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from r t . Sam Hou.^ion, Tex.,
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according lo his request."
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In MiMlif back- when
where h e was ranking aide to
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nml said today a radio
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ground on Pcarce was his
his fourfour- l.t.
l.t. G( en. Thomas Dunn, comIn the Communist
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day divorce trial before'
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in lhe company
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Hilary Lison. for reasons of ionsciencc.”
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on thc messaces uniil lod
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tale ss von
vorcc by painting Pearce
>id a pilot Although
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razil's Supreme Court
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U.S, Weather Bureau
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must d e cid e whether to honor n
must
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ahead.
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his son out of T c m ?, bul he ofen he got then
launched a massive
aviation frequency w hen
Ihi
<rosecutor M
ranginK ten took lhe child to motels
motels legal
'cgai b y Brazil's prosecutor
sea and land search ranginR
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sc.
logclher,
Wednesday.____ _____ __* ■
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th-end clearo
month-ei
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tlmc5“ lndlvldBiit--policcm cn-are
nnt too symoathetic c ith e r ."
llannnh Clemons c h a r g e d this T V I^ ^f '
week thnt a uniform ed p a tro l-J .1 U I
man sh
shoved her, sc ra tc h e d her _
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hands iand tore up h e r xum m ans | . . | I J
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Iwok When
he thouefic sh e was
-■I>ook
w
wrilinf! a .summons (o r a motor- nPORTUND
n ijT i.
(AP) - A threat■ ■
ist
1st. The
Th m e i:r maid filed
„ . J strike
. , t v by Portland teachers
"cu an
an .(ned
assault romplaint.
was averted (oday when ihe,
ipe rw orders . . . Id a h o State Polfce
5, TWO-WAY
RED LIGHTS, SIRENS,
TW0-WA1 r td lo i, «t»d now Upe
L ed
A week earlier, a m e te r maid Portland 1I-'ederaiion of Teachers!
SRt.
C ahdn Bernard <«t one of Iho new U p e reco rd ers Issued
L t. Dean Bennett, left, and S
g t. <
Icmporarny against aders
^
voted lo
iho Stale Police
laho’-s 89 pa
Policc f o rc c . T he retorders
thl/i week Io each o( Idaho's
p: trolm en on Ihc IdPho
walkout.
i
l l 'P
'allev a n d celsew here ihroughoui: Ihe slate aass a id s in investigations
will l)c u«<l in Magic Vallcy
But the leachers will meet'
.-.s plioto)
and tcports'. (llmcvNcws
pliolo)
again-tonlftht and decide wheih-l
.111111U11 i-v
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again-toni
er to stay away from classes
i-riday,
voted!
rcg. lo 17.00
A teachers' coalition voted
earlier this week lo strike today
PR IN C ET O N , N. J. (AP)
unless the Portland School
—A P rln c c io n University
A Pp )\ _- Board ^reopened talks, The
GETTYSDURn,
P
a
,
(A
,
sln?.'nR g r o u p has toasted
cht D,
D teachers
J
'^ c h c r s arc
; asking 10 per cent
cn oiinlV
alloy nnd ouilying nrcnvI. Each i>airlcin Q . Sheehan as, the i-ormer Pre.sidcnt D w ifiht
Ench of 111” KO p.ilrdlmc.'n
n lV allo
n . Eisenhower cxpre.ssed thU!
e oninopin- Mi^es.
M'^es, The
lh board has offered 7
•
:e hiKis
p a tro
«prct
the
Siuie I’nlice forci;is ]p
lrc lm a n hns been issued
ied one ‘-prcttle.st
m a y o r in thee nnoot fund
le Enst
if a school
today that the M id d le
Enst per
pef cent
c e " ' raises
'
ihedi.s,
inn tm
ler to a n d one
will remain al the
di.s- Uon."
been i'Mied n tajw rccnnler
c
d Israel measure
passes,
crisis
hciwccn
Egypt
a
n
d
niMsure
i
ic lt cKlce.
nid In liivcsliR^iIidn^ and lo ^xtx - tr
Iric
United
The
sirike threat was weak­
M rs. ShTChan, Ihe >
lirst
;
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is
an
obliRalion
of
th
e
United
^
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pcdii.’ Iht (ilirK of reports,••
Cf.j
C f.pt, Clnrk Hand, ISP operaened Wed
Wednesday when the PortJ
opera- woriiui m a y o r of New
cned
fco rd -.liu o s (ifficer. said cach patralinc
Rrun'
iference l»fd High
Ji'Sh School Teachers As,
Tti? cMriri:l(T'<>a<lii'K record
itralinc H
runswick. w as saluted a t
' ‘ne
‘i,» „',]j
,
a news conference
le l>ii-arc)i>p',T
will liave the rcrordtr
,0 ssociation
ors v.in.'.cli-^inliuivcl in St;iie
I’u -.tro iip
crordtr ,h(. nf ^ w J e rs e y Conference
|i,^( •■,
rence
r e fe rrini g„ to
p c a t'" ;, and the Portland
icsday to lonke
reports and eaihcr
m ,ayors m eeting Wedncsvssociajackets
Teachers Associaj
licc cli'irict li^uicn.inis Tui'sday
lo
her in- {,1 M
,i.,. snviel
c„,, Union and th e United
°"es- |(n.
Uniied ‘'fade
Vf^de School
icl
______
iw ennnd evidence during
ja y .
dur'iii: n nici lin'' at ihe law
cn- I'ortnaliop
I'ortn
strike.
_
States,
'‘should hurry to become ':«n »-='cked out <>» the .strike.
*
*
*
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m
Boih «said
»-------------se.
investigations,
,
forcciiun' butldinn in lloise.
in v ts
onde, involved"
‘d there was no assurA Irim
, SS-ycar-old blonde.
Involve in the di.spute,
7nvf.nr “ticc that
:id of
Ho Raid tho rccorders.should
sh e ll
- "
l.l.--l>cnn-Bfnny«, Iteiul
ikers'
Al
thM there would he more
.should sho
llstetto d on the speakers'
At the
th same lime, th o 17C-year■liclpni------— -......... .........- -------------------- ex
:ir tho p ro v te invaluable at accident
pjadc
DiMricI -t, wa-; In Hoi'^c for
eeton old oldsiatcsmDn-gencral
cx- 'h^n
1''^'’ 1,000 teachers pariiclpniccidcnt piaitorra
a s the Princeton
c/m rff€ o r
iniit the
f,-a«i
imd rcpori': llial nU rc- sccne<:
sc cn i and during all types
/pes nf N
assons snnR "H all lo1 H er pressed
pressed snmc concern nbout
the ii'f!"'*• Earlier a larger teacher
iirress S
gf^uP
COaJJliO"Hoiio. T h e IHayor.”
sircngth
f^ P
cur-lfrs wer? h ■•ijcd tor ilie^ nine- invtsilp
fn v ts a tio n s conducicd fiy
hy the
Ihe Honor,
sircngil of tiie UN t o successT his left the §no members of
s tn iv policc.
-j-jit
couniy districi includinR Mu^ic
MuRic stn
„r
f-illv
mediate
the
c
ris
is.
The w id o w ed mother of
'"li-'’
,1, aa s,
liisenhower said h e h aId
d been
been 'I'e fcderatinn as the only/ group
“ In addition to oniht-scenc
n,fjy lo o k over the job
t-scenc i|,rce
,1^''''',"
still backing tiie strike. Most
viosi of iSf f M f M
r e ix 'r n ;” Capt, Hnnd pointed mayor
^ ay o o f New Brunswick. visiicd nnd briefed b y th eirvIsrael
overnight at thee I.Ioyd
Uoyd ^
, hm
bul them mcl
o u t. "we will be able to
popul
lo, file population
40,000, a u,-„i!
week ambassador to this c o u n try
Tho schtwl «
^
l„
n , b rioflnB-c^trnm
, Iron, Center
« Audiinrium.
*
rvicw.s. ago.
has, rccDived
rc(
jJ
com plcic, spoken inlfirview.s.
agg.
tion
or >»*rd, u,'
‘"'•ed a statement a t ^
/
liie
n d m in istratio
n or
“
Ilic Johnson
Jo
'U
w h en neccssary. which should
midnight lhal was sim ilar lo its «
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uihers.
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plem ent preparation off cases ...............................
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WAsillNOTON, D.C. (AP)
impl<
....... ..........................................
first offer.
^
lUficcd
w
hich
m
.iy
go
lo
court."
Thh
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th
Rcp. Genrgc H.in'On .(arinuficcd wJiici
At J:J5 a.m. (he teacher* de- g S
{. Po- w ay
a y . he noted, recordings can C n r l
Tliursdav Uul Rcp. W, R.
n n
cided 10 call off a strike "for «
if the o ffe r d tflniic proof that an nc- O p i J
age. D-Texn.s, chairman of
U>e rest of this school day."
ay."
S
S lip
llp o v tr s ty lta , cotUNIVERSITY o r
IDAHO,
house iif’ficullure commiltcc.
c u s tt individual has been In- T T _ 1
nittec. cust-d
ID A H a
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totonn»i, nylon* . , . from
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Moscow
—
Physical
education
will In^pcct the propo.scd Tr.iil fo rm ed of his constilulional
lulional
Mosco'
^
PER M A NEN T PRESS
mainrs from the U niversity ot 8
CW
Creek Wnlcrshcd projcci in Te- rig h ts.
t
Magic
iinj;,
—
Maci V a lle y Duplicate Bridge jdahn have accepted teaching
- i J kII
ton Couniy .S.ilurd.iy inorninR.
J
Club held a spring partyy Wed-position
Wed- positions in 'N orihw estem staie.i.
Hansen, a mcmhcf nf the com^
4 (.l.rl, tirtp* b*ll plK> bcll pocklt.
J] { j
nesday a t (h e Episcopal Church,
share Buiigum, W endell, will (
2hurch. Sharon
f f
mitloe, said itie pnijctl ii nniv
T
fe
S Ix ia
T ^95
O lo
10 Marysvilte, Waf.h.-. Bill
jS n
Inhnson N nf'l'
south winnerss wore R
Ro
jjcndinR before the agriculture
v il
ultiire
VIEW
— Mrs. Arthur Johnson
§
3 0 to 3 8 ........................I
llrs.
Closson, Buriey, will p o to Shou.sband
S
lra
u
g
h
n
and
Mrs.
M. Closson
commiitee.
and ■
daughter met her hu.sband,
Jarshone,
and
Von
H
opkins,
Buhl,
NIT
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HaO
u
c
fT
.
f
ir
s
t;
Mrs.
G,
B.
shnne.
5
ALPACA KNIT
pcc, 4 Arthur Johnson, in HaIn aiUlilinn to PoaRC andI ilan- S
Spcc
second,
will
teach
in
Genesee.
j
K
j
lie has
has
"n 'l M r s . Rov Hill, second,
tea
nclude w aii
a ii for a six-day leave, lie
scn, tho pruup will Include
d Mrs.
------------------------U™
D-Ky-, boon
the and Mr.s. K . E. k a il and
I'rank A. Stiit>‘)lefleld. D-Ky.,
b e en .serving in VielMm Ihc
re,urn
L.
M.
H
al!,
th
ird
.
BOND PA SSES
V W
R, R- p a s t 10 months and will relurn
I
and Georfio A. GtwdlinR,
ilers 1In
11
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(AP) — V oters
^
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E
ast a n d w p st winners include ONTARIO
ONIV
liilce; thore
th o re .
East
Pa., members of ihu c(immiiiee;
Valley C ollege disTre
m. RM rs.
H C . H all and Mrs.. L, F, Ihe Treasure
Rep. williiim H. Harrison.
t Johnson hns bcea1 living Mrs, H.
an o p c rn tin i le w
id Mrs.
Drvce. lir x t; M m . H. L Sland- irict passed
pi
:s/onaI w ith he r (jarent,s, Mr, snd
M n. Bnice.
Wyn.. in whose conf:rc?rs/onal
tu sec- and a Itond
issue In talin g $1 milp i-i
nd will leo and
and M r s . Gu,s Averetu
h
;rshed A
lb e rt Warren. View, and
di.strict lies anolher watershed
Albc;
4
tiTtai
y*moio
I
3
ry and lion Wt
Wedne.sday n ig h t b y moro
milice v isit
is it relatives in San Francisco
anciscD ond. an
and Mr,<:. B. R. Tillerv
projcci uliich Ihc commilice
5
10*5
:hird, ’than
'than 11.000
vote.s,
______ Mr.s. Nich o la s B radic, Ihifd,
.1
■upon her relurn trip^__________
m eniters will Inspcci._________‘upon
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T a ] ) c R e c o r dd e r s I s s u e d T o)
8 9 I d a h o S ta t e P a t r o l m e n
\waod-------------- '
s !
dresses!
d ri
Ik e S ta te s
O p in io n
T o a s te d
(AP)
O lln G - i s i s
U
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charged IIhat a driver beat
By JOHN VINOi^URil
Oiarced
shout-s'
NEW YORK (AP) — TThhee la- and broke her nose lo theishouu'
from an enthusls, luck of "Ole!,
" O l d . Olel"
'
dies wear
we sensible o x fo rdIs,
crowd in a Swnlsh-speak-.
their hair under v iso re d1 caps, ajtic
astic crov
and-tany-theif-j>orklr>g-tlckeU ing-nalghl
In
little leather p o u c h eiI slung gition
gitlon wm
wn thrown out of court,
hT'lWe
however,, led to
bandolier-slyle over t h e ilrr uni- The incldenU.
incl
iparcnl-.;
_____________
fond- Ihe
ildcauuik«.and apparenl-.;
formed shoulders. G en tly , fond,
ihe w ildu
thero ly ai reassesiment
of theI mciermeterly a! first, tbe city c a lle d them
reas:
maids' v.worth by thcir boss,
boss,
■
meter maids.
maids'
t
:nry A.
_ •
Commissioner
Henry
A,
The Idea was to b r inng
g the Traffic C
<
He said Ihe cily might
woman's touch lo the Jo b of lift- Oames. H
better off without them
J
ing
i^Tw'i"
windshield wipers a n dd snap- Just
just be bi
»
nig overtime p ark in g ticVeta
ticVeu and
(nd that
Ihat the police could take
• ------- oove
v e nnhheelr
lr Job.v
_
undemeaih.
undcmc
lly and
public Negotiators
for the city
some'
Somewhere,
though,
Negotiai
;niative
relailoni
relation apparently w e n t; wrong Ihe women
wome reached a ieniative|
5uld be'
____________________________
agreemeflt lhai pair.? would
be
4r»d
and many
mi
New Y o r k e rs began agreemen.
----------srro- assigned '10 some heavy iralfic
saying the women w e r e5 arro_
hut the iraffic depart-,
gantan
ganl and over-ualous.
areas, bu
rule out a city-wide budn Wednesday, the in s u lu got to ment ruled
- -----ihe m ciet.-fnaldi,'“ M o rcc than dy system
system as too expensive,.... - ----------------------ihe
----lOl suit
^
■"
compromLse did not
half Ithe ll^llkwoman
squad The cor
and a number
>er said
stayed home, d em an d inlg
g that
that all
all the
the ladies
lad
they he allowed to w•ork
o rk in they would
woul continue not reportBpring
s v r in g an
andd e a r l y
worlc.
piiVs. Their
1
pilVs.
complaint w'aa
aa har- ing for w
:(viHans Cbmmei
Cbmmenicd Bame.s."We
ussment not anty from cfvilians
nior, p cU
e tite
juitior,
te .j u n i o r
more
the supposed c o m raades
but their
d e s In would be better off lo hiree moTe
policemen who can function
ion belarms—the police.
policemen
ofien ter and more
efficiently,. since
"It’s the public th at is; often
r
ryihing
aniagon
antagonistic, abusive a n dd lakes
lake.s they carry
carr: guns and everything
liberties
lake else."
I
libertiei that it v^’ould n oott take
rcg . to 2i.95
iform
--------------J------at
with anyone
else in u n ifo
rm ,"
—
is
F *
Maay 2 5 - 2 6 , 1957
M
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two for
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good biQ'. A nd
ul MD bathroom
b a th ro o i t i s ^ gives
. j'o u two s o f t layers for the oi
one^Uyer .
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W e d d i n g , D a tr ee
BU SS - Mr. and Mra.
Dale
irs- Dale
anHaselwood,
Montrose. Colo., snHaselwo
nounce Ithe engagement of their
daughtei Mary Ann, tn Tim
daughter,
Conant, son of Mr. and
nd Mrs.
BILis,
Pete Conant,
Co
T he bride-elect Is a 19M graduate of Montrose High Schoa/.
Schoa/.
Conant was graduated
Mr. Con.
ted from
High School in IMS.
Bliss HI;
83.
,A -July.i..w e<ldlng-ls-rIsnned.
planned.
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N NEWCOM
NEWCOMEnS Ctuh ollicers wero
Inxtollcd In
I spoelal
WELCOME WAGON
Include, from
(rom lell. Mrs.
Cliib. Officers Includc.
ccrcmonics rcccnily a t Kay's Supper
Su|
Has, sccond vl
vice presiUng secretary:
Mrs. Walt Thqmns.
Mike Barron, recording
sccrclat
Nelson, {president;
inson, first vvicc president; Mrs. Tom Nelson.
dent; Mrs. J . D. Johnson,
rorrcspondlng secretary,
Ed Peterson, corresponding
•.
Mrs.^ Gall Diamond, historian;
lilstorlan; Mrs,
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G ib b o n s T o W e d
r
up:
RUPERT
— Announcement of
the enRagemeOLDLLaDawn-An—
enj
Ihc
derSoh and L nrry Gibbons hns
been made by thc parents of
thc
M r. and Mrs.
. t " ,lirldc-clcci,
;
Glcnn D. Anderson. Rupert,
Miss Anderson has just com- .
piclcd a ye ar of teaching nt
gRicks
r r College, Rcxbnrg, She
Wlis si
graduated from the Uiuh
State U
Unfvcrsfty. Logan, in
nnd plans lo return Ihcrc ihis
nnd
sum meer to complete work on
summ
a m aftcrs degree in physical
cd.cuation.
cdcuati
'M r. (Gibbons Ia thc son of Mrs.
Lola Gibbons,
G
Logan, and (he
late A.
A. II. Gibbons. Alter fuilil|in^ an
a n LDS mission 16 the' Nethcriands, he completed his precriands
mcdical studies a t Stanford Univcrsity and is currently study­
ing medicine n t ibe University
of Utah, Salt Lake City.
July 21 has been set ot thc
Jul}*
w edding day in the Idaho Falls
LDS Temple.
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Wagon hostess,
Ics. Duane
Duane Wa;
Way. treasurer. M rs. V em Hinton, Welcome
We:
and Mes.
f
;gular meetings will
discanllnue until
installlag offlci
officer. The club's regular
1
was Installlag
duled for thc
months Including
nber but
bul varloi
various socials a re sehedulcd
the summer
sum
September
eluding
uly
12
a
t
Ihe
home
ot
Mrs.
Bill Kahn.
'ec hour
hour from
from 10 a.m . lo noon Ju ly
hoff
a coflec
‘s-Ncws photo)
photo)
(TImcs-News
________
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C o n t e Ss Tt
shop VW\ inners N a mn ee da
o rk sh o p
C o u p le
■
Idrcn.
;ing prior
ts or for made garm ents for children.
dueling thefr own judging
m ode their own garments
menLs
in to the Pomona
Grange
;c event,
40 garm
ents In
1
another in thc same age• group: Approximately
App
ere given
d e and Blue nnd
nnd red ribbons were
three cla.sses w ere mlaade
Class B was for young women the lh
ed in the
nty and to
tO eftch
rs 10
in the county
ench of thc 22 entered
from the ages ot 12 years
to 17 subniitteil
subnii
‘ies con- competition.
'tesiants each grange wilh entries
competit
winners y ears, and Class C comcsiants
T irm .E -J u (Ii!in g forr winners
M e e t In B u h l
h ’ the NftiiornI Gr.mRC
in
e Sewing
!
wfts
held
Conrc^t
ivjs
held
a
t
Ihe
Pomona
BU K L-A workshop wns heW
:g Couniy
jrr.m iifd Gran;:c level in Cooding
rcccntiy a i the Buhl RcorR.miicd
^
Gtwding Gr.inpo. Ilall,
iloll,
I.DS Church, under thc direction
direction =■'
■
en tries.to I*c sent to
of lhe Boise district women's Winning
\
Fullm
er,
Slato
Grange
judging
in June
leader, Mrs. Lisle H.
SI:
women’s
wero
submitted
by
Mrs.
-1rs.
Don
Twin Falls, (or thc
we
Cla.ss A;
*~ •• - - ___- T — r—
in, Twin
Tivin UaH-fft'.?. Gnodinfi, in Cla.s.s
proups /rcm Haficrman,
cr nf Mr,
Donna Htiwkes. daughter
Falls, Rupert and Duhl.
Do
Class D,
D,
9-30 aa.m.
m
Clnss
Activities started a t 9:30
Orchard
f
■-^T*
A 1,^,1
Frnnk Orth,
with a worship scrvicc.. A
bou- onJ
^ r a l ^ Valloy Grange, Class C.
quct ot lilacs and tulipsr ddecoral^as sponer. Mrs, Mrs.
Hawkes' entry was
cd thc worship ccnter.
f
l.ivv)(c.s, a
GcorBC Burton, Rupert, read
rca<I two
tivo -^orcd hy Mrt. Clyde Jhnkcx,
e -C arter, member ot thc Gooding; Grange,
scripturcs; M rs. M audie-Caner,
:ms. and nnd
'itry was
Rupert, read tw o poems,
J"” Mis^: liawkcs’ entry
vin Falls,
by Mrs. Vernon
non Bumi T ^ B r i r ^ '* * ^ ^ 11
Mrs. Donald Howcll, Twin
Falls, spoiisnred
sP
id was
was aa Ramcr, olso of fho Gooding
gave tho invocation and
Granpe.
soloist.
Irst were
I lf VW v
:he hand- ■
-^'1
Classes were held on {he
' eiitrie.f In iJie contrst
----------------------------W
/C la
lasses
as th c 'f lt Of the
tliO garbook fo n v o m en v w o rk rC
sscs modeled
"i"
gar^ t i l I t ititl
udging.
J H
of <^c judging,
w ere taupht by Mrs, George
Burton, branch orsanization;
nization;
Class
C
A was for adults
ulls who
Mrs, Frcd Kocli. Duhl. finances,
finarce?, —- -----------------H a n d s o m e , vversatile
e r s a tile lloveseat
o\
w ith
Regular
R e g u la r
^
and M rs. Fred Hicfiins, Twin r |
e x t r a h ig h a ,t ttached
a c h e d pUlow
pUlc
back.
Jlow
qw price
p ric e
^
S r varlS ”- F
Palls, com m ittees and their
I Il o v i ' e r T o p i c
ous functions.
. .
ll
B r i n g i n c o uipon
p o n aand
n d ta
k $25 offi
take
$
2
1
9
talk
on
U
s
e
d
A
t
M
e
e
t
I
M rs. Fullm er gave a
:
f urther objectives of the
le wom- D
DUHI. — M rs.'I.orcn Johnson
en’s work. She announced
prc
?d Wom- prcscnied
a program on
in flower
en's R etreat will bc held
a rr
;ld June arrangements
when thee Exem—
2-< and 25 a t Cam p Cascade,
;de, Ca.'Ca.S' p/ai
p/ar Chapier, Bela Sipma Phi,
cade, and that Mrs, Wanda
nda Me- met recently a t the home
home of
g
Dalo Taylor, n meml>crr ot
of thc Mrs.
Mr? Charles Ewing,
G eneral Council of Women
from -jg
cn (rom
xho group voted (0I donate
ihe church headquarterss ot
In- J25
525 10 the Duhl Public Library
ot Ing
dependence. Mo,, will be: present ,0 1ho used for new books.
3ks. The
to leach classes,
hcsi
best program of the year was
•Ivcn by also
T he bcncdiction wa* given
ah<i voiccl on nnd It will be
Mrs. Grace Davis.
ann
announced ot a later dale.
lie. Mrs.
Skinner thanked the
lhe girls
“^ JIg tN O T 5 C * W ^
Lunchcon w as served a t noon
reider Ihf.
" "d card she rcby tho Buhl women, under
the
‘U'-f
ccived while In the hospital,
iplial.
d irection ot the social commiicommit- R
j, cfresh^unt, „ e r e served
pUJow bac k Regular
;rvcd by
by
B e a u t i f u l l y sshaped
h a p e d aattached
tta i
tw . w ith M rs. Leonard “EasierMr. Ewing and Mrs. Jim
Sic*’- Mrs.
iim Heng o f a w i t h k n udde
u d d e aarms.
rm s .
. low prico
drbc.
■ d ay a s chairmBiL
drb
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B r i n g i n c o u ppon
o n and
a n d tak
ta k ie $25 off!
o m a nn
T
W
,
F e t e td B y G r o u
u p
p
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WEND WENDELL — A miscellaneous
H
sh o w e r' shower was given honoring Mr,
an
d MMrs.
rs Joe Jasper at the open
and
map
)0D
ngcTo"
meeting of Wcndcll'Grangc
No, - !*MARY
! ? .- ANN HASELWOOD
mcet/ng
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M S s,
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SUM M ER
V
Gifts were
opened by the honPIANO LES SO N S
S Jean
' i « S U - L o ” r',
Orces assisted by U u ra
lecroom
and Mrs. Orville J a s - I ^ ja sp er, sister ot the bridegroom,
Jasper,
r PrcP?c' 1 M
nvim^^n per.
^ RRSS , M A BEL H A N SEN
C. T . Crow read an invitaiion
P®’’; ‘he youngest member,
,
•
Mrs.
I
Bffi.liotod
J ' Grangers Id ailend
end the
the
was made by Mrs. I
f *'
. I
lo a c h o r
\v.(M|no o( Susan Freeman
wedding
nan and " “y®' I
juHan Torres
i
nt 7 p.m.
Tl. June MrsMrs. Ruby, chairm an of the I
.3',},';=
SHERW
OOD
33 „a t V
•ch
the Methodist church.
sewing cnnicst, announced i h a i j
in
the
I
M
USIC
STUDIO
rnrn. ar- H ‘'I’c?
dresses were entered
Ihc I
M
Day program,
A Mother’s
Mol
elccicd I
SCH O O L
ays lec- contest and eight were selected
ranged by
I Mrs. Kirk Hays,
[rs. Ray- lo be j u d g e d by Pomona
-tl,
turer. w
was presented. Mrs.
'omona II
Theory a n d H arm ony
mond Ri
Ruby and Mrs. Ben
cn Guilf.
Guifl- Grange.
Grange
fl
ford read
reai M other's Day articles Prccc
Preceding the program and I
o i-J
? J3 -irio
Mrs,
b
and M
r Hays read a poem short bu.sincss
mceiing, a ppol-,I
entitled ‘‘Mother.”
________ luck di.
dinner was served,_______
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C o l o na iiaa l s o ft a s <o r I[ppvvce s e a ttss
Your’ Lasf
Last C hance
tt
ice to
:o u p o n
s ttlh i s COU]
G iiv e uIIS
$219
&
---J
UREN
groomed
and I dressed1 as well
By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN
grc
DEAR ABBY; Who> should a.s
as I could. 1 developedI a sense
never let
Ict
le w aiter of humor which has never
give the (ood order to the
down,
in a restaurant when a m an and
rful man
m an
II married a wonderful
his wife a rc dining out??
ccnile- *
® Inches shorter than i
I always thought lhea gentleke
m an ordered for both hio
his i»/«./
lady S
z '"
" but he seems proudn oto't atake
.nH says ^ pJaces-w ilh heels on
on yet!
>d!
and him.sclf. My hu.sband
im e and
“ lovely home
he doesn't know w here» II ev'pr
ever
mony good friends. We
f/e have
got an idea like that.
,
, married children and grandchil;randchllAlso. It additional service
dfc
:ryiee Iss dren.
And I have hnd1 a good
-• needed, my husband feels
;cis it
It is
is nfg
life because I learned to make
just a s much m y placee to get Iho
iho most of what I had.
Ihe attention of the w aiter
as il
il
iter as
a n OI.D TEXASS GAL
is Ills. I t m akes me feel too
aggressive, and even lacking
in DEAR
t
icking in
ABBY: I am a teen-age
lecn-age
respect for my husband
bo\ who has seen legs
nd aa ss an boy
egs like
m an it 1 try to calcii thc
wail- ••Ashami'd's." Is there anything
:he waile r's eye.
wrung wilh a girl trying
ig lo imI wil! do w hat is corrcct,
rcct, bu prn
prnve her appearance? If someI would iippreciate knowing one
onc aski you for advicee on losw hat, in your opinion, is cor- ing weight would you lell her to
rect. Everywhere I go0 I scc thank
tha
God she has enough
ugh food
women giving their orders
,
rders to to get
overweight on? T
hat giri
That
girl
w aiters, and even flagging
whi wrolc lo you wanted
ing them who
led some
down, a s it there was no m an adv
advice on how to Improve
rove hher
er
present.
sho
shapeless legs, and whai did
EARN you
on how
WILLING TO LEARN
ynu give her? A sermoni*’on
•- she should IM glad she has two
DEAR WILLING: In mosl
goe legs bccau.se there ore so
nost res- good
rc'^cripcri^
taitninis, the w aiter will1 lu m io
10 ma
m any teen-agers who a rc
the M y trWh pencif poised
■nd P?ed.
p!e<
ised and
>iogizeto
Bsk he r order—In which
ch case I Ihink you should apologize
to
she gives It (0 him. Bot to be ul- lhat
lha girl and give her
er some
Irs-lnipM cably fioclally correct, good
goo advice i( you have
>c any.
Ihe R crllem an should order
E
rdcr fo r P
PETER,
THE GIRL WATCHER
\TCHER
(he Indy and him self. AsAs' fo r B
"nMgslBg dowa lh e waller”
(lier" -^
DEAR PE T E R; It m y ' ‘wpth at’s also tbo eeaUem an's
in’s Job, moi
m on" was out of order, 1 apolo*
but elnce four e y e s ' aree better gglzc,
la t'm ali for “ Improving'.^
.‘X "
than (wo. I’d waive this
rule,
one
ils m
ie. eneself
whenever possible,
Ible, boi
but
(O.K .. Amy?)
in
In tth b girl’s ease, the only
miy "adr
vvice”
ia I could offer was to thank
. DEAR ABBY; Jn re » irrd
d fo Ihe ^G « s t e was hesJihy, and 10
girl who w as "asharhed”" of h er team
Jeai to live wllb h«r shapeless
Jiapeless
lea* bccauso they w ere! shape- limbs.
liml
'
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H i" " ■ ’
R u g g e d l y s t y/led
l e d sspindle
p in d l e \w ng
w i t i i c a r v e d kfcnucklearms.
n u c k le a rw
B r i n g m c o u ppon
o n aand
n d tak
ta k (e
sofa
$2 5 offi
R egular
Regular
low prico
'
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1
^ 1 rf*li~ i l 7 l n lilTii il iTTi
*'*'* '
A t t a c h e d p illlows
o w s aadd
d d ssppt e d a t- ^
c o m f o r t t o t h le
e bbeauty
e a u t y oof
f this sofa,
B r i n g i n c o u ppoo
o n and
a n d ta
k ie
tak
R egular
lo w p n c e
^
i
on a n y
on entitles
e n title s t h e t e a r e r toI $25 ooff
ff or
T h is coupon
. B ro 3iini,G olonialSofa
Dlonial S o fa o r L o v e s e a t. O ne
n e co
c o u ppoo n p e r ,
,
J
u
ly
1st,
e r sofa. O
l y 1 st, 1967.
, .farolly.andr pper
< ffe r e x p ire s
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29
9
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C® T.
i O* F f I f
' o^ r t h e! ooni
n e y o u ssia w
i n B e tte r H o mn e s a n d
ii e ^
iS
n sM
l a g aizzin
Gaa rd eins
a n d g eett $25 O ff
if t lh e
r e g u l a rr ^p r i c e o f
a n y o f 440
0 f a m oIOUS
u!
B
: r e mn i e t
Bvr o y hl iillll P
s o fa s o>rr lo
k v e s eeaat!
soi
ts
AUUoo ff ththee se
s e B n y U l lIP
P ie on iie r s o f a s a n d lo
lovveesse
e a tts
atep
ire pto
to tecu
te c te d a g a in s t s ta i n s ai n d s p ills b y SScot<
c o tc h g a td .*
r ® M
r
'• >
I
$295
m
f
l
$25 offi
- UO SO. n. nn i>l 3 H C « r a o ] r
36^
BROYHI]
DER
BUIL PS UPHOLSTERI
EROYIULli PR E M IE
R BUSL
n r u R E e w AYS bJETTERI
etter
p r z z y
•■ pT T ^
andto
I a m now In m y fifties
C
Hes and CONFIDENnAL
TO “ H L A ":
have had ugly lees a ll m
my
y life. ^ M t men want to be, “geotle“ 11
=;
( I w as pathetically b o wlejigM
le ^ M .) m
inet
en, but some women
fl won’t
won't
In addition to that,-1 w as
tfv<e Ibem tbe opportunlly.
unity. 1
s 5-feet- tfv
10, skinny nnd Hat-chested.
havi beard more tban one gen­
ed. Fo r- have
tim ately. I learned- young
Hen
ing lh at tienuin
com n en t on w hat a
my. attitude tow ard lifeI m
raeeant
ast pleasure
plea
It b (0 find a woman
' . -tn o re-.4 l» h .the sh ape of m y wtio
wiu actuaUy sits, lo the
le antoanto*
.
body, and w hiJe -th ere w asn 't Bttt
nobO e p M waits for falm
h im ' 'to
to
. m uch I could do abottt.changlns
opei tbe door and h elp .b
harming open
er o uiitt
b er.O
Ipy,.body.- ;th e re ,w a » .a la t I
T could do a bout c h a n ^ m y at*
at> '7V
Ti M bIed?,^rile t9 Abby, 8 «
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UUjde.
6W00,,Los Angeles, C«1U..W0©>
•’ I <lid a s m uch « I could
to- E
Eor
suld^toor a personal reply; enclose h
m r d m a kias m yaelf a ttn c tiv v . ftan
r einre1 h a i r clean «jtd is l e ^ I o p a
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TCHMRO E»»ry (»bfic
l ! f,eoltht«rt»d
V S S . r tor
e •«!«
tetlon«hln»t»paU*rui
a i II- or.fpninc.
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COWMC^n
AKM
irm i Imv** ta prot»et r»fmal "wMr spots"- • ! ns
axtrs eo»t.
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P a tte r n
Av
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Vv 'aa ll ll ee y
F a v o rite s
MRS. JIM K h ^ H T
Sia r w o »., T^la MJ*
[(ghter
Mr.
ans. and stoit-durhiK^tli*
led Miss Mhtleigh Tngerfkojltjr
oUes
B a ie for eight mlnotcs a t 400
•
degrees.
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cookie, use one-half cup cocoa.)
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leon
nOell
B & B 10A H S
’I r i
iL S
B & B LOANS
S A tr
± ts t S t o r a
le d
S te e l
B C a b m e ts
o ra g e S J
h ite
.
a" to Town
itembcr* at
:v w tt Boolldredgc ■>
» a o n a Tkt-
O ne G
G ro
rou
up
p ,, R
1 eg.
T im M -N ew i
I 'p ’S S t ? K a y H o s t e t l e r ,
g J Mocha Drop CooUe*
B ai
,p b - jpa. B tlH I^ M rs, Don Wright was
w cup soft shorteaiBg
r S K
iM rt
fl degi
*'»‘*ned president of the Exem■RUPERT - ' Diane
Webb, L o i r ' D i s c l o s e
- l- a ip - s u g a r -----------------------d auehler of Mr. and Mrs, Bud .
iM sheeL cool Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi,
1 egg
- t ---------- ac tie anmraf potfacJc meeting
Webb, Heyburn, . was
. r . n named
, ™.. W e d d i n g
S cup
o r sour milk held a t the Episcopal Church
" G irl o l tbe Y e»r"
bv
Mlnlcoho were in FILER - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph c -1 teaspoon vaniUa
' r>a>
ecfs of WMfco High
School
a( Hostetler announce the engage- oI’Ci cups sifled flonr
nents
tor the
th e ir annual tea and
show ment of iheir daughter. Kay , U
, , , b«<Q
Other
officers inslalled IncluI, style
president;
, teaspoon soda
show
,
heU in th e high school
auditor- Eileen, to Norman E . Lohr, son Mi i' Icupooo .sail
s presWent;
E d P rieiter. tic e pres■ «o4 I
iw n ..
iry; a n d jan e Of Mr. and Mrs. E a rl Lohr, Fi- , cup coco*
Mt«rf h a r
Smith, secreG ra ce (fraos, daughter o t Mr.
Mrs. Charles fttcManrL ER
1 cup chopped nuts !d a t ^
gg
T*’a and
^ Mrs.
a nd Mrs. DaVe Kraus,
stu- Miss H ostetler will be grad- !,“ „
iheand
Rebek‘^o«';«rcr.
Mix
shorteninR, sugar
egg. _
narrator
for
la
ied
In
June
Irom
the
Univer^
,
d e nt-body -presld«nt-durniK-(ti* O F Sift
hall.to- O Mrs,
DIek l/jv e nnd Sfr^.
Mard
IfSf*
Stir
in milk nnd vanilln.
'
re
introduced
sity
of
.Idaho
wiih
a
degree
in
„
o a st year, w as named Miss Mhtw ere Mrs,
thc dry ingredicMs
and Jam
X es H. Shield.s were guests,
educaiion. She is faffilia- pgether
.,
le/gh Ingerafco.
ad with Principal janes
s . by
A. teaF. > T®he exemplar ritual was civf ,.t, led wilh-D elta Dellac <a
Delta So- add to miature. Drop
soil
decoraM oand m erabcts of the ficijlty
spoonful two inchcs ahe
p art
on a en
Ujl,lo Mrs. Je rry Hawkini. Mrs.
m aking the sclectk)n.
Z & iM
" j w ‘j i j ' •
SI®” - 5o„
n r e sheet.
Mrs. Rfchard
Bencken. Tifrs. Tcm flfcioi>s
' f o »n' S
lifihtly greased baking
‘
T hc club’a SIQO scholarship Mr, Lohr was affiliated wilh
1 M rs. Ed- Claln, Mrs. I .ir ry Shark and
Carol
w ent la Virginia Wicker, daugb- F a ™ House F ra lerniiy and was
Mrs, Don W srra.
Shan
Daylc
te r of M r. and Mrs.
f."?!, lioward » member o( No EsJsikw Delta S a l a d L u n c h e o n* jT J ™PcrfecC attendance sMr? «,-erc
W icker.
i/tey Ifcndo,
(Jp University o f fd.iho. He ^
*0 Mr.». OaJJ Wright flnd
ROnioMd officers for ther UCf' S i ! fH! „ e l d A t W e nI .dS eTl lS
f -J
currently enrolledf Sa tr .Wasl.■'•>’ S'""!” ! " ' . 11
68 ye a r who were introdnced ington Slate U niversity
e, w<^n>
rl U *where
r. Fl- WENDEI.L - A imM
b . r >’°unccd thai the best program
piiere,
Anna
, jnajoring In IIveterinary
w ere Connie Durfec,.
president;
nnhlB
anrt
^
y*®''
8‘ven by Mrs.
t
.
,
lunchcon
\ta
s
featured
a
t
the
Blaki
•‘SM- Susan
Cindy P ort, vice president;
Pam ,^ediclne.
I _J
f r Rebeki L . " S ; ; f » M taofc a,.d M ,..'j .r l <
Buest day fo r the
Kasw
^ July 2 w edding U planned
Abo, secretary, and•lood,
KristyMary
NeiP *-Or
• ' 'fts JOOF hall. ja „.
M
Rush
I clcgrec m
son. treasurer.
a
s
o
f
pot^
*
•
*
Stalli
a v the
m Z
sRay Tencr and Mrs.
e «
J] TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS
A
ho irttruduced were
tTUt-i "• * ' " " r ' s
w n. A. F. TRY
Qifi
L I c l J , ^ Brown. In charge nf the
going officers, who were in FU
[on decoraclosed en 1
o n f e r e n c e -erEof nSigma
ds J
prograjn w rre Mrs. Rfcl
charge of arrangements, tor the C
Hosu
rood,
Muriel ment
BOISE (AP) - Idaho Mfltho- a V
show, M ary Rush,
president;
Beck'
i » a Wconferw »h 2 “
Jody dists
Mis* Durfee. Ticeoemer,
president;
Eilee wind up a four-day
Moor
rkler,and
Nancy
U oda Apple, secretary;
Jane ence
Of Mj loduy during which they
"THE MOST*
Taylc
ib
and
Betadopted
a committee report
Flood, treasuier. Mrs. Bin Mat- Ici*.
M
ilubt, lOLawBfe
5" tu n ,
M
n
h
j H ! p]
C. Jrews
K cM was
ik * f^ .rsdb«.
cthew
riy s,
' club adviser, and Mrs. call'ng
for
cessation
of
bombing
Mia
wonhai. irp««riim. «kb.
t W jjlt
n p i t e . P i teePrc<OT»ia lh«
o/
IS chairman,
North Vietnam q.i 1a aVneans
o t eiec
Mjardenne
Nield. narrator
for in
noieil
TV. iM ln l koM*.
as
co-chair-initiating
a
negotiated
peace.
.lug
w
ith
P»l*r
~
d
PsneU
S
«n«s
m
n
.
"
f
"
th e style show, were introduced iity <
th e 'F lM t' "»«w, dki»i«BW.
v
etcn
n
a
ty
^
by
M
rs.
H.
L.
CoWb
and
lg
were
GJoMeihodi.rts
from
Idaho
and
gap
man.
rmM^r*.
ordbrrr
a a d presented conages.
,
,
Sackman. The
Atwood, eastern Oregon a rc included
Ia. Lorrene
g,
riaM Fodeb''showing csn
« serematoa vfce i “, , J ~ r * * »
•* »«*»»•
spring fashis planned nrrs of thc afternoon w as spent
stage
and Lee
Ann the conference.
ioos fbr ail occasions
included
playing
games and p r ia s o f pot^
Warr.
;
Sany
Gibbs
tary
Carol1 Gibson. Carol Siaker,
TRi
and
; pn^grams;
K erbs, yted
jp petunias were given.
Sharon Lemmon, Carol
Walker. Bailey,
r 3~ i a rt, and Y utonoa
P
H c Fre<
The aAernoon session closed
Laia
:
[ Susan
Kay- piimist.
U ln l*-JJ
Dayleoe
Herre, Diane
Fowler,
. —.
iS ilS i
'"W E MOST'nes, 1
Judy Ketter- E jcorts w ere Steven Ashcraft, jsnd
HArN AND SHOSHOW m a
Rcgifta Dayton, Shiriey
Hondo,
.. j» Schow, Steven
laho
Metho- per
a variety of piano selections.
ling.
a
Abo
nnd
Wesley
Ilardroan
[mbct td v m o w c m
Joa n Anderson. Linda Aople, j,
■day confer- ^
* . * « - *>asiaess[
Jackie and Kenneth Schcnk.__________
Shirit Lconi, Pam rlpt;
Linda
Abo. Chris
r.,£,yer_ p ^ t dcBlo<iuiere, Anna
S “ n .S .?!
C la s s E le c ts
,
Blake. SyW a Nlelsoo, Susan
o f ^ b li^
PT L E R-E dw ard Andrew* was rod
K asw orm . .Ja ne Flood, Mary ^ J
a Vneans o t elected presklent of the Pro«r<»Ru.sh, Grace Kraus. Nancy j t ihi
d ^ p ^.
,|ve-B lfie- C ltu s -o f the FlM t' "»•
Stallings and Susan Whiliaker.
Idaho
BaptfsC Church.
«•
o th e rs poniclM lirg were Wilincluded ia
W alker was chose# vice
Corr. .Sally Gibbs. Jane Man__________ presldeat; Vyrle W alker, le cte ,
Kathleen Atwood, Muriel BOI
u ry -tteaau rw , and Amy G1m >I
>noa K erbs, i n ^ , reporter. Mr. and M rt.
I
Beckwith. Diane Roemer, Jody dists
Fred Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
M oore. Beverly Dockter, Nancy ence
n Ashcraft. Andrews serred a pancake so|>^
T aylor, Diane Webb and Bet- adopti
n Ilardroan per p r e c e d I n g the bastaess
c riy Cribb.
caU^nj
__________ meeting.______________________ L m
joA nn Kali.sek was chairman, in No
w ill) Miss Gibbs as cochair- Inltiat
m an. Ot&ers assisting were GJo- Me!
ria Fox and Kathleen Atwood, eastet
stage; Wilma Corr and Lee Ann the cc
ilify R a o m s ,^
W arrcn, icviuiions: Sally Gibbs
and Diaxe Roemcr, programs; Bailej
Lois StapeUnan and Susan Kay- piimis
jg e s . B a s e m e n ts
S u m m e r B o
nes, rcfrcshmcnt.s: Judy Ketter- E»c.
ling, servttrg; Pam Abo nnd Weale
Shirley Ikindo, script; Jackie and i
j C LL EE A R A IN C E"Irs
"
M a g ic
r■
.,0 ,0 ,. * 7 -
iv e n
n
)Iane Webb,
nd
Bud .
w as named
Mlnlco;fi
at
id style show
:hool auditor-
ko.
soil 1
maki
Th.
w ent
te r <
Twi
—
A v i ^ a t d - i E tr Ke en nt tee dd
J ^ p t i g l V o w - s : ___ ^
Evelyn to o ise Nelson,
IsoD. daugh­
dauglv
te r of M r. and Mrs.. Jam es W.
Nelson. Oakley, a)od
u l tgrandnnd'
d aughter of M n . UlUan
Lnuan M.
BrownfTold and the U
la ie
ic E. B.
Brownfleld, Twin .F
F a a i.
t, «exchanged nuptial vows
April sS
^
Aprfl
With K urt Mccham, aon
w n of Mr.
Mr,
tn d M rs. Alvin M echam,
;ham, Poca­
PocaT iw} i.a
e
tello. ia rites perteTiw
«tttb
the
use.
', Z
C a u ia LDS Stakehouse.
* T he cerem ony w asI performed
perform ed
’
by B lshcp Hilton CrilctiHeU
be­
ijchfxid be''
fore a background ofr puiple and
tn d
Whito chrysanthemums.
msTTlap?
TTie b ride, given in *mttrtogB
re a floori' b y h er father, wore
lenMh gown which was
dMigoed
ras designed
f ^ fS C n A h S Sa ^
by he r m other, and fashioned o(
ot
. .J
re waistline
,satin w ith an em pire
waisiline
and long bell sleeves
accented
<9
t w jjr a v ^ ^
with lace insertions. Her sIuhiIshoDlder-lertgth veil was held by -a
a
rrk d a bou­
boubeaded bow. She carried
quet o f feathered carnations
i n n i 1 ' If
centered with a lavender
orehM.
nder orchM.
i' ij'ltt f lB & y iii l/.
jm ade lace
She c a riie d a harwimade
handlcerchief. a giftt from ber
^ grandm other.
M.tJd of honor tvaj Marie
\ A
N ajh. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
><'
ne Mooso.
Ja m es Gee and Diane
IS best man
Blnko Mecham was
for his hreihcr. Organist
wqs
rganist w:|s
Mrs, Ray C. Bedke.
,. p V 4 V * H 9 l a i B U i
ly. the
lhe coucoo
After the ceremony,
pl2 gTceted guests a t a receprecep­
tion in the cultural hall.
charge
EJcbbic Nelson Hass in chargc
of the guest"boolc. Assisting with,
the gifts were Doris Nelson. Kel­
ly Crafton, B arbaraa Mccham,
Diana Drownfield. Marguerite
C h m h W in a s ^ Society t t
tm tbe F i m Metfaodbt Ch
F a l^ i id "
a m o n g t h e OIFF
FF IC E IS
IB bstaOed
te ti
Secdall and Linda ^ Fairchild.
icra, seeretar]
secretary : Mrs. WIlliaM B ajd, v k *
n n CCrafra f: Christian ^ 1 « a rei
re . from left,
W Mr*. George Wllemi.
Rr)sc Fairchild, Maryy AAnn
s. G
president. M rs.
R kder, eo tg aim P « * « c « , was
s. F r a un ddsi lU
jwnfield, all
aU pnntU M t. *nd
George
eorge Crowser,
Crw
ten and Marjorie Brownfield,
cer ia
tigles a t the c h u rth . (Ttm
(T tm esJfew a p 6 «» )___________________ _
jourtd. The
testalD n j offlcer
ia cerew
ceremtii
aunts o f the britfc. poured.
TT>e
as
"
fo u r-tie re d wedding; cake w
was
chargc of
of gr
gram on "Women's Work
in the
decorated with white swans and
L A /r /^ c *
'V f's
I" chargc
Irt
4 ; M rs. L. W
Worshipping Church."
W So C
L S
o
accented with lavender
er pansies.
paniies. M e t h o d i s t W
plocal church activities;
“ • . the prt>II
A, Widri^ is wedding
lg hostess;
hostess;
Mrs. I. T. Creed gave
Guests were served a t quartet
nicmurials; gr
gram and was hostess for Circlc
Mrs.
Harry Wilcox, memuriaJs;
'E d e ? G r o u p f n s t a3 K1 I ss
«
tables covcrcd withi l ^ lavender
'^
E?
Mrs. Rider, publicity;
n < 3. Mrs. Jam es LitUe hosted
n M rs. H. No.
cloih.-} w ith plnlc lace squares
I WNo.
rards; Mrs. a .dessert luncheon forJ,Circle
ivender fea­
fe*- i N e w O f f i c e2 r Ss
, C,
c Stronfcs. courtesy cards;
and cenlcrcd with lavender
irian; M rs. 4.
-). inIn ^J- P- Weinman, litwaxian;
4 with Mrs. Isora Kevan giving
ther /low ers created for the oc­
oc- j f « , G eorge Crowp«w
ser awas
c are; Wrs.
M rs. (he
Our
casion by Rose Fairchild,
•child, aunt
au n t , tailed president of the
Woman’s
V 1^he W
om ans C'
h program on "Keeping
P 9 R H
Pouer, pianist;
of the bride. Joycc BuKer,
nist; Mrs. sc
jouIs — What a Mother’s
BuKer, Kae
K ae godety of Christian; Service ol Ru.'iscll
«
S g B For.”
uB
Crafien nnd Cheryl Mecham
dinatot of Mrs. John Burkhard
( ^ r h in 2Ralph Elliot*, coordinator
^lecham as­
asMeihodist Church
B Hgave
I j i mthe
sisted w ith the serving.
rs
I'rancis
Wesleyan
Servicc
Guild,
and
„
3uild.
aod
program
a
t
Clrtle,ND-3
meeting
^ ■ ■ 1
Twin F alls b y M rs. Francis ”
Went 01
Nye and M
rs. H. J . iatt the home o f Mrs. Hugh AffMr*.
A program in honnr
nor of the Ry<;p_ oulgoing president,
o t The
the J
derson. Mrs. Clyde Ewing was
b ride, am i.bridegroom
m was
was *»■
a ^ jMay meeling.
^Gemhardt, advisers, M rs. C. B. jc
hostess for Cirde No. &, with the
nounccd by Don Franks,
■w nrcsidenl
>*
*>f yearbooks, fjj
anlu, uncie
uncle ^ r s . Rider Is new
president ^
of
the
Circle
leaders
for
lhe
le
new
year
program
given
by
Mrs,
Beverly
of the bride, assisted
by
Lynn
,
!d by L:mn
E astern D istrict of thc ^
Franks. Keilh Franfts. Dob
Se- iWaho Conferencc of.1 the WomM n . Keiih NcJkoo and Mrs, Jam es Couch
^
vere. K arla Buckley' and Mrs. an-.s. Society, ^trs. Rider,
R ider M
Mrs
1, Mrs. on the Headsiart program.
0. 1;
n . JWiedenhcft, Circle No.
Bill M ayes.
|
Circles
No.
7
and
No.
8 held
U
o
^
K
im
>
EUiotl,
Circle
No.
2;
M
rs.
Tony
r-. Crowser an d M rs. U oyd Kimp- ^
1 .... .
i n n l a lWSCS
W ^ Federico.
Circle No.1. 3; Mrs. a Mcther-Daughler Banquet In
The couple will reside
jld e ia Po- ,ion reporicd on the annual
^
cJe No. 4; ji,
jig church feDowsbipfy®*
h a ll* * •
5Q
FranJc
liie ttc n . Circle
c atello, where thc briile
at- ,Btcetiag bcld in Boise.
> r ^ is
IS .atF
Jo,
5;
M
rs.
»
»
*
tending Idalio Stale Universiiy. o ilier new officers
M Widrig, Circle No, 5; Mrs.
lent, was
e rs include Mrs.
The bridegroom, a former
clc No, 66;;
irmer Idaho |
u ju
e president; E
Earl Dougberty, Circlc
__________
State Universiiy student,
lent, is
is cmcm- ,
George WUcox.
K
c. se crcu ry , Mrs.
Richard RyaJI. Circlo No.
L e sso n G iv e n
■ ploveJ by Amcrican Oil Co.
iptan. ircasircas* 8,
8; Afrs. A. OsJund, Circle No. 11
Work fn the
Mred aa tt aa
K imptan.
^
p
r
«
PILER
-T
Mrs
Alice
R e^
f h e bride w as honored
and M n. John Ricks is president
pre-nuptial shower by
her
col•vice
Guild
c
o
u
n
t
y
home
demonslntlOQ
:y her col- secretaries of lines3 of w otk In. ol
of tho Wesleyan Scrvice Guild c j
the proagent, presented a ive
lesson
00
iego rootnnuies.
j d Barkcff,
Barkcff. fc
for employed women.
„*
I
a for
Circlc
;d u d e M rs, B ernard
ibers
were
"Color
Becomes
You"
to
Town
Mrs. A/t)!ur
cam pus m inistry: Mr*.
A/tisui' Circle No. 2 m em bers were
.itUe h o strf
meerinB «" i d Couatry Cfub member*
tt
rela. bi
hostess for the May/ meeting.
IJ
Dogan, Christian social relarv awr ct tleBooNo.
'
No
1
m
oi
the
home
a
t
Mrs.
E
P i c n i c H e->lIO
d
i
Jitt. missiotvlions;
Mrs. K ea Nesbitt,
missiocv- It was reported Circle No. 1 m et “J
evan giving
iviedCRheft. nlchscn. Mrs. Ben Eldredge
•>
ervice: Mrs. as
a: the home of M rs. Wiedenheft. "1;
eeping TidOur
WENDELL — A picnic a t ai ry education and service:
^ts.
Reed.
Roxaono
*1 live; Mrs. wilh
the pro- ^
ower Plant
P lan t iOren Fisher, spiritual
w Mrs. N esbiti giving
Thctisand Springs Power
®
^
wefi wss co-bostess. h e r’s For.’’
jsing meet- ILeonard Albee and M rs. Lelaad gram.
gi
rd gave the
P a rk m arked thc closing
s hastcss Mrs.
Wilfred H errett
M n.
1
memtjcr- Mrs. Carl Boyd wtas
Ing of West Point Ujidies
d ie s Club 1Brizee, co-chairman ol member}. jand
meeting
for the Circle No. 2I meeting, jr,
fc
c h am b e n a r r. Hugh
hostesses
unlil fall.
:shtp.
AffU »e pro- fo
W F lce u W clr e m■t th
for the June M meeliac.
M rs. Oren Hutton wuas
as hostess, M rs. R oy Je sscr• atvl Mrs. Mrs.
Ewing was
assisted by Mrs. Maee Woodard ;,.... - . &, with the
and M rs. Rulh Hutloo,
00,
[rs, Beverly
Other guests of lhe! club were
w ere ,T
;me« Couch
J
Mrs, Ivan Kolar, Mfrs.
rs. Carlos
gram.
Gossi and sm all son, Joe.
No. 8 held
The Sepiei^ber meeting
Banquet In
^ M ^ n s Is
Q
rcCloud.
g
liiW ii
w ilh M rs, Donald McCloud.
>haU.
r
. M ay 25-2j&, 1957
9^7,
B
1 s c iP i~
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5
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E 'x t F a
ill a n d
B a s e
C a l
ih e n S t y l e d f o r U t i l i t y S a
. _________________ _—
H
0.
tm e r H om es, G a ra g es, B a
.
8 .9 8
t t and Mrs.
; hostesses
ctiac.
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mount.
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Fina
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Today's
B iis in ^
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R y JOHN CUNNIFF
A P Dullness Analyst
^ ^NEW
N E W YORK (A P ) - A Bcnsa
M
of weariness a n d frusirnilon
k
B y W IL U A M A - D O Y L E .
■
s e e m s to pervade ihc analyses.
.D o w
. ' 30 In d u stria ls ......... STZ-IS n 9.91
rree p o r ts iami forecasts, bolh pubris on
on ,
'
TWIN FALLS
+i;7G CHICiJ
CHICACgi (AP) - Efforl-S
T
ad the
This nrequires some planning
>nin« lie
Hc a n d private, o f th« nation’s
CE
20 R all«
a ilro a d s........... .241.20 +1.7G
the This
MARKETS AT A 'G U N G
E M
nts to Good to high choice steers
steers, Qy- I* was
was interested to read
I
l:M P.M. SUMMARY
MAF
-4 0 OG me
>hc mai
m ajor diplomatic Ironts
15 U rlllties............... 135.00 -tO.OG
e that on your part. If you own an
in E econom y
y.
tn law column in
m which you wroteSeries
e w YORK < A P )^65 S to c k s ................. 3U.B6 ^2.67
NEW YORK (A P )-T h e stock n
NEW
-i2 67bnng^a6
bring about a m easure of pcace 23.50-25.00; commcrcial to law a“ lumn
bond and
p^ixed
person who exchanges
ani cash it in, the differ- M
ix e d wllh ihti: Is a great deal
■sJifld good,-52J5J3J5;_uilliw
_sl£crii. F ttsrS
m srket rallied in vigorous tr»d- Stocks
stocl — Higher; active trad__ i _ im a-thii_M iddle_East_casIsJifld
g o ^ ,- 5 2 J i
T c y b ctw e e ir ' the- pnce—you
S V in g a T W n a rta c StJTta
Strrta C
(mcB"-bc
",y®“ ^o f“- un'reflarnly'~ iis 'l(r"\vhalV
Iln fu- 19.50-22-00;
^
Ing laic ihls a7terriooh Tn-nowlftg ing.
. .
a depressing effect on grain
19.50-22.00; fed Holstein steers,■ H
0
pay
paid
nnd
the
amount
you
•
reBonds deos not have to
nnc!
Co
I i.!i l.H .4ii f
I r r Koif'S 0T> now. ond even moro
»U straight daily dtclines.
CoUc
on the Chicago
licago 31.00-22.00.
Sotton—Higher.
w
hc'I^o i ’’1
l^dc^o>
.Mh 4s li i n 111.’. 4- Jt lures prices
p
ie
acceive
is
interest—normally
rcc
o
n
cc
rn
i g what wlll.lnke place
n «i. Federal
tax on the
conce rn in
RrpubMi 2 3» :s 41 44! 41 I, + f»
S Board
Qoard oof T rade Thursday.
to.chgice heifers. •>
20.50« « « 1 Income
In
Good to.
Here was the picture nc»r the CHICAGO:
CHICA
portable as income for the year in tho ffuiurc. T liis uncertainly
.
I, p^iv^ crued E bond in ie rest
portable
23,50: com
commcrcial to low
I ,T I* M
Wheat — Lower; War tension
"5ion „ „
i” JIS \ P
As thu
the prices advanced on the 23,so;
close;
Whe
fill c s. In which
which you redeem.
,
Z good Does this m e jn that-1 will
,, p a n d conccrn
is n o t fear. But it is
HejKMH
Volume for the first four
HejKMn .to 121 5)4 SIS 521^
threat of
0 a potential shooting
ootlng hciiers.
utility
hdf^ ♦* *,*i threat
heiiers. 18-50-19.75;
18
my
E
If
you
have
exchanged
E
c
a
u
sin
g
y j'l
capc paying all taxes on
yoi
have
worries.
>le of crs
crs. 18.0H
18.0Ct.19.00; c o m m e r c U I bonds If I swap them for H bonda fo
the last couple
houri w .! •.!! millton
co
n i ow er: fnir demand.
Corn-L
5,°^’,
for H bonds, you have
^
Sh!-?mM^149
in 37’’ t i s ' Tjij war
*(5 within
4-JS
And
F’"
''
rccord; ihc COn.'Jcnsus.- - compared wiih 7.61 m i l l i o n
18.00.19.00; utlllly cows.
" '
o „ s. IB.O
Oats-tf«lixed: light trade.
«oir.sei
KoinSfl .1
.Ka
MIS
IS i iS -- 'ilil l adays,
y S . so
S( did the decline when ccows.
postponed
the
lax
reporting.
And
'
;
..i^ii.^’ bonds?
postpone!
erest l e J 'bbyy the
administration il-self,
peaceful
overtures
were
i6.00-17.75;
in
the
canners
and
cutters,
*
Nnt
r
Wednesday.
Sovb
Sovbcans—Lower wilh wheat. S S c S •■■.•, S lii; ! ! , ;;i!> •+! JJ
re-s
a
the
amount
of
E
bond
interest
i
k!?i^' A. Not necessarily. T here’s a the amoi
!
^oicd is fo ’" ■
“* renewed economic cxMain basis of the rally,• ffll
an- Butcher hogs—50 to $1 luwcr;
14.00-17.00; commercial bullSi
4iS “air..
14.00-17.00;
JWir, „o,j|
HojalDiit Is 457 Jtv; J7S 3ISi| +1S
lr..
, 1^ possibility ' that you m ight never involved in your H bond is noted
'Dlna p a n s io n later Ihis year. There Is
nlysta said, was the ‘’oversold receipts 6.000; lop J25.IXL
lo d .isn .w SJ is!. » i JOS......
[J...... Cnrlol
Car ol receipts 'A'ere ostlmatitima . •22.00-23.00;
22.00-23.00; utility biilU,'- ^21.0(k
i<,d.,s,.
ncome on your H bond. By keeping
‘'“^ h a v o to7 , pay Federal income
and ““ tendency,
though, lo pu.sh
condition of the m arket which Slaughter
siali
at; wheat 7 cars, corn
re- ^ : q
>'j IJ;;
g ^i j ;;;;;
;;;.; ed
ed^^at;^
sieers-.Steady;; rcr" 20.
28- 22.OO:
22.00: lighl
light bulls, 18.00-20.75.
i| E bond interest
•est -—
and
,
taxes on the
- tabs on your total income erest
b a c k the resumption date lo Deled 10 a technical rccovcry,
-'•
S
oats
none,
r
j
c
none,
barley
3,
Heavy
handle
the
amount
of
E
bond
Interest
l«y
feeder
sieers,
25,00
rt„n-ndlnp
i
l
'
Z
depending
on
how
you
handle
the
amoi
llddie
to j^ .O O .
Hopes for pcace in the Middle
26.50;. ligh
lighl feeder steers,■> 26.50- fthings.
S
^
you hav
havo to report, you can
can c c m b e r from June, And increaisindJr’i ■)0°'’ n i i s »i i 1(1^ * 1^. soybeans
soybean 4. _____
you
meni ‘" S iy you can detcct br-ivc
of a
...........
\
E ast and the likelihood -of
28.50; common qualily steers, When
v/hf'n you
vc exchange E bonds
bonds keep
keep your
you taxes after retirement f'"rob n'yts >bul hear liollnw voices
more liberal bill in Congress to f « uV,',
S 4 i,‘
SEATTLE
pe out
oul under control,
H i-m 'i^t,
co
^ . 22'.OiV25'oo"
22.01V25.00; Holstein steers, ^2 i-?
1 r. 0for0 H- bonds
bom you don’t wipe
u Z S snr'iat^*)*'!
° IM 1M<) IMH lOJ-i
♦ is SEATTLE
CPAT
eJeF "^ U
^ !p S
U 4m
restore business incentives 'w
were
.? +iS
i:|.:
(A P )-C ash wheat:
poor grade steers,
vheat: 27.OO; poorer
19.50- a[[ Income
mcome taxes that nre due
lue on Q. Isn
Isn’t ll true that, when aa d is p a tc h forecasts wilh lifeless
s, 13.50.
* ju ic 'i to
j;7 :«>! «JS :o'i
SEAT
the w
w oo rd
s,
other (actors.
‘1 4•*• S Soft Wh
while 1.80, White Cluhb 1.80,
...... Si.n!l I'lfft 1 IM 21*, 51 2I»,
simpra s.
I.8O1 2Q.75;
20.75; hc
heavy feeder helfersi ..py.
ypy^ ££ toi
bond interest. You. sim
p- company Issues debentures, tho
broad 'sf’ jiI ;js :! * Ij'I V'ii v ii! ' a*l s^ 'utD its *‘ll t|;i tjp ’ j iJ hM ; Hard
any’s T h o rnews
lately has l)cen bad.
Stocks advanced on a broad
Winter 1.91. B aart 1.80.
ity un- m arket |price of the company’s
t
8023.50-24.50; light feeder heifers, LL nositwm
postpone that tax liability
n a r^ w
M
mm
n th elforts of Ihc admin- ■
front after some Initial Irregu•regu- Fimt»o» 1 J,
•’ p l; ; ^ s ' l n ''”...
ii ..I,
-------15.00-26.50:
n and stock Is
M aam
mn
15.00-26.50: c o m m o n heifers,
heifers. Jf,
(II jgnie lalcr date—when
is liable to go down?
iJ I. K SrJl,u:j "^£0
301 ir* n il l»s »!>; ,
Is you A. Th.
That might happen. But is tra tio n and th e Federal RcKANSAS CITY
19,Oft-2C.OO; steer calves,, 29.00- if
the H bonds
. 19.0A-2C.OO;
jf you redeem
f tji
'*Du 'Pont, weathering an early fmc
fmc
’ cb
’ cI
«> 5''i ii'i
surc s e rv e to gc' 'h o econnmy movKANSAS CITY ( A P ) - WWheat
h e a t 3J
3,.25;
you can
c an 't put it down as a sure
25; common quality- steer received in
if the swap.
_ you
'•*•.t.'l
.Sir^l, 12 31'^ 3||? w *Vl si
night InR
re nt ’t showing expccted rcdrop or one point, showed a net
Hs Is
Is thing.
Just the opposite might
in c aiire
i» * [■ 58 cars; down
to l'/4c No. 2 calves, 2C.'
26.00-2S-75; heifer calves,
f h e exchange
cxcl
calves. The
of Es for Hs
thing. J]
u its . 1
The economy Is misbe­
*
r ‘^ ^
gain of 2.
Fore Da
IX bite
bite occur.
occur. The
m arket price off the
the ssuit.s.
H _ >; hard and dark hard 1.7634-1,8025.00-27.00; vealers. 25.00-29.00,
}^-L80- 25.00-27-00;
K put off the tax
[M-29.00, intended to
T
vered PlrroSd
Snrt»Ti\kir
International oils recovered
Firrps^; 1.7S 33 S'*. sl’« ms •
ingg., not critically but disSmd.lf 2 40
!l ;i<i 71', 7)'-. *3',
go up.
hh aa vv in
“ I'l 1^;
'A: NONo- 3 1.76'/<. No. 2 red wheat and
g n j feeder
fecje, cows, 15.00.17.00.
F.OO.
—not eliminate
H- But here’s stock might
ml
ellnJrom tho upsetting news of the
ccur- turbingl.
turbingl.y
^ - 1.74.
-------They
debenture is a debt secur1)5 " »'■; ” 'i ’‘'I
i: :t s U0i/,-I.75i/.n;^^No.
3 I.68i/,-l-74what many people do. U
e y . A debt
'■ *+ H
■’ SrafthK^I'o'’ 'ss sl>! s!li 51*.
1.70"/«-L
past few days.
r, Arctr
omistho root a rc defense exlly-:-sort
A t thi
4. >, Un.
_____ sw apJheit
apJheir iEs.for H s.and 1d don'll
o n t ity
- s o r t of a corporate promis„
.
.
.....JE
R
O
M
E
_________
_____ Glamor , stoclu.. w ere .strong,
they sory
When a Company
ipany p^
p c niiditur
d itu res ' and
a " probnbli^
Corn 6 c a rs rd o w n -l-u p .'A
,W pnMi
redeem lh
the Hs until afte rr they
sory note.
no
'i yt: ' JEROME—The
cattle market
market redeem
T l cni>)ni
i i S l ' f i l i l l i ii'X
i : iii
| Si iS ' \ x i " 'lii' i P
IDM
7. Control D ata
■S ;t ii No. 2 white 1.4M.48n; No: 3X,1.32- w as,steady on all classes
ncome borrows money by Issuing: and re
rc c o rd builBtl dcficii. foreca't
■s Tueswhen thcir Income
Tues- have
have retired,
relln
Polaroid and Xerox 3 cach.
f-'" i-i'
ij ♦ ij Sau'ilil'lC ISO S2 21‘i Jl’* 3 l'a—
ederal selling
selling <
debentures It nuts1 the a t any^vhere
unyv
from nlmut $3 bil- ,
■ 1 - !!i. 1..17n: NO. 2 yellow &
." v 'during
S
lield' ot is much Ic
lower and any Federal
day
the salo held
General Motors p u t on an unlo $-15 hillion, There is a
iio n to
;,i
V i; I.I3>i-l,38n:
No J
&
o c c r - , Livestock Marketing
irketing Income
taxes
they have to pay money tlo work to make more Hon
^pJni'n'iJ”
s5
\\>i
U
'i
1.33>J-I.
j
J
'
Producers
income
ta;
u-^ual display of strength, climb:llml>- cenMoi 1
;!’• ;‘J> 'jijI- *?lj
IS ♦ S Oats Ino cars: unchanRed-down
*
t . i | Xpft.y j,'
lund 4.1 32'i I*; J'V
money.
b ro o d in ;g feeling that we haven't
arc small
small 1or nonexistent.
money.
i . ‘’m " Association.
arc
Ing 3 pointi.
■S ..... Syiiii' l> :a tJ :s;; S'-, 6Jj
iji ••2^, 5ic. {.jc
No. 2 white 745i-83cn; No. Fac hogs -lo/d J5,00-22.35- fFoo rr Jnsli
must bh ce ec n told
•ement
company, of course, musl
to all a bout Ihcse Vieiinstance, after retirem
ent The co
Essex Wire (new) paced
d the f{
f d ICI
jjis |||;;; “7 !■ s'rKc)!. .50 ” jv i lii ,1; : lj 3 73’;-!
m e.':
is on n a in
e.'ipeiulilurcs anti Ihat the
73’i-82cn.
vFeeder
I r L ^ pigs 9-00-15.00. Sows
might cash in a bond every m eet tho
tht interest payment.s
Sows you
you might
list on activity, rising more c.tci^u
SlOIIC'll 3 Mb 121 53
!
M, -t- .'•
S MUo
itcrcst the debentures
and pay them
off la r g e r figure,
fi
Milo maire 2.13-2.18n
J
■a
preposterous as it
feecicr
often
and
the
E
bond
interest
debei
12.00.15.00.
F a t. and feeder
0™ ''
U ii!
Rye
Jm09-1.12i/,n
2.00.U00.
rnss,, cannot be cniirely dislo rc- when th
they mature. Thai’sI the sscteom
ntBhiPr
that
you
would
then
have
to
;;;■
!!
5
r
;
v
.
;
;
.
s
s
!:;>
B
y
e
i
l
a
m
b
s
22.00-25.50,
Slaughter
that
you
w
0jr[!j/‘'l’d ' J i 31'i ” ■’ Jl'i ***^
Priccs also advanced onn the oJrL?/'
augnier
wouldn't lift yourr lotal norm al tthing in any borrowing,
♦ 3’i Siaoiloh 3 so
> «!H tl*. es. 4.
+ S Barley
Barle 1.10-l.lfin
''■mg. c o u n ted ,.
ewes 3.06-«.00.
Port still w
American Stock Exchange.
•e you Assumin]
Assuming that the company uses
T hh ee ss ee Increasing cnsls -might
rIj'i'vo
'i ' '’°"ij'o" -J 'i ’i tl' ')»■
Rye
rGood
Ln
^and standard p.fl,!c
income
to
the
point
where
T
I; -7 41: sl.n 'w . r , '
I !.i 7 f;
r
k 1.09-1.l2'/,n
grade
ral in- the money
successfully — to aa ls
|j.„
j^,,, to a ta x increase, not
> '4 . ;^
Barley 1.10-1.ICh
ll; _ I, r.iiuifCJ. I!J
17 4SS 4ji; 4S>,-f
Bark'
in^ would he 'subject to F ederal
mm
o lead
steers
21.50-23.00- Commercinl
s + I; sifiiD.iij 50 77 4S;, 4I>, « S -.1^
5ny[,c
-I
Soybeans
2.78>/.-2.8()'/^n
?‘«
r s 21.
S:l» P.M. QUOTATIONS
build o r expand a faclory and .j,-,
so nmrV
m u c h in hold down an econoit iric«
s SC'i ' i ! l i :i'‘ s
Commercial
r S l e £come
? ! l Jlaxc
! = L _ --------------------S
HEW VOKK STOCK EXCItA.NCE
Wheat fulurc.s dosed from
from heifers
hclfcrs 19.00-22.00.
19
oney,
(rj.i„g
-------- .such- — and makes more money,
.
MuJcsil;' 5 t| jU t7S M'S C^; '■ I i.j Whca
cows 17.00-19.00. Utility cows _
o w n > /,.o ? 4 ^
that makes the entire company tu
tu cscan
- S u(!r"tW
s s ! :
!Si S'- r _ ^ s s *Oilr ,^11'^ ^i| I P ji‘. e i|^. V. ^iy; ; ddown
(bd") lUlh ^
esca
pe as tn p ay the big bills.
16.50-17.50. Utility bulls 22.00s + Tl (lu iP
«j r ‘‘ Jis Ji;i - ^
V
and its slock more valuable.
‘“ A
Anmlv
nother m ajor prnblcni Is
i r 'c S 'j
i! “ 5 » !
CASH GRAIN
23m
J
We’re talking, here, nbout t h a t business a nd consumers
AMI C» IM 11 “ >i
r.l w.l
No 22 Canner and cutter cows 14.50- _
~
CHICAGO (A P )-W hcatt No
ACF W 3 I» J> MS Mv» W!i ♦ J. nt*'Su|
siraight debenlures. If the' , de-■ aa rr ee nn ’t
’t using money the way
l
l
>
I
K
Vi':; CHIC
1 63% 16.00.
feeder .steers ' I W : li l hard
hard 1.
1.65’/ , n; No 2 red 1.63J',
16.M. Holstein
Ho
f 11
bentures have a convertible- fen- th e y used to. Consumers are
Is iiiii T
'fT n . me %? IMS ill-: i«!■:
;; tli
**>n tilfthoitd
”
!S j!'* JJS U'l
T-IM)ne
a .“ ‘ “
■” iii! 5 «
f ;5 S
lOs'i n.
n 20.00-23.00 Light Holstein .steers -L U O
...... n Corn No 2 yellow 1.40SJ
H GrU-nnAIr t i
51 IN li‘. « ■ ,...... Tcnntco ^
ture—meaning that they can be bb aa nn kk in
in gg 6.5 p e r ccnt of their
,7/,.767/. 23,00-3aM
23.00-30.00. Choice y e a r l i n g - p ,
,
l!j
Sais No 2 heavy^ while 75%-76%
swapped for company .stock— clispo.sable
dispo.sal
Incnmc, a very high
\ i n s;:-™ ’
l l ,;;;i ,!•[: , ! «p J4.1*1
lii n. Soybeans No I yellow 2.89l^
5 1 ii
‘ii ;:5 sr,i S5
2 89l4 steers
siccrs 24.0
24.00-27.50. Common year- l4 p f l .
this can mean that cach share (ijju
( ic u rrc
c and so rcia ih sales arc
i;i ♦
4. iJ
H !J"
J,
^
ling sleet
steers 21.00-23.50. Choice ^
S T l i l S r u 'T
! ! S i | i S S }ii
. . vV\'sK Tr'iJlnit
: . ' : S 'lO 12* l» i; lisij I3S'i
Pj
•epre- ojf_
.
of stock will eventually repre.......... I k (i -K I.»
u u —lU Tcii'Li] rVo* ■ ll '-5 'n-l 1r^j :*..:;
pcd steers,
stec
-0. Com- Pcd
cows nnd stocker sent a^ smaller
5
Soybean
oil 10.32 n.
yearling hheifers 23.00-25.00.
.'^
soyb(
piece of owner,
. s n ' U s i .' H +' iJJ
i ji seic“ I-iic J«j O <||| |j|i Wi
B
usiness,
throttled last year
lii 4-iS Tlimlisl 4 0
307 JS’i 21', 24',
heifers' 20.00-23.00. and feedci
li* +
■*• S
f; Al ((,
the closc wheat was5 »* to
lo mon yearling
yearl
. wea^ ship In the com pany.............
make- ' ’y tiBht'money, is trying now to
r, July Choice sieer
calves 2S,50-34.00.
50-34.00. to .strong;
strong; bulls, steady to weak .p^^,
s S
‘
>'I 4- *1i f/4
I'A «ccn'-'i
bushel lower,
s
!i§f 3I iJ.; JS'* JJilT
r
tic u p enough credit to avoid
.00-28.00 and stocker
,j,,
stocki and feeder steers cach share
i‘. !!.C6'/i-'/
66's-W: corn was Yt to 1 cent Common :steer calves 25.00-28.00
of .stock less valuaI
1 olljs^ i“j
?5 3;;i Jl,*! j;|l “ i! T,in.».-A,r 1 W 7JS ;|;i 1 **1^
n
h
J
’’'-‘"B
caught
sh o rt aRiiln, and s..
j;= ♦ij Slj lO"'"lower, July 1.34={-?J: oatss were Choice heifer
he
calves 26.00-23.50.
00-23.50. strong to 50 cenls higher, and ble.
i,ie But this can be offset if the
IM IM
11’ t2-‘
"1 ll'! I!'‘! I3S
^ +i5| I
i 10 i|| j|ii £t;l Jill
...:. ’/ , lO
lower
ly 71>4
IV /i Common heifer calvesI 23.00- sieer and heifer calvcs, steady, company
companj .makes really good, use p r e s s u r e is being put on lungiij + li Trl Corn .21* -.1 31’. 3IS 3IS
IS ......
WC to 'A higher, July
„,|in_ te r m loans all over again in a
the W(
Wednesday .«j 1c o t ‘b®
the of the ^money it raised by sellmg
1 _
Titw I «s
‘I*' 51 J ii 'I:iw
, l i ccnis;
ccnis; rye was =H to ly , lower. 25.50.
at (he
*
*
m
a
n
n
e
r
reminiscent
of last
Falls Livestock Commis, 5,^ debentures.
jj^bc
ere 1?«
l? i
-------Twin Fall
immis- Jhe
i<; iinJS ! ; ; 5 j - IS
i ♦y ll i July
. :1.2-1 nnd soybeans wero
!,* * ‘2 ![owm'i
S-mfi’cp' I i»l « «j'i ' *V i uM
AnCrySui 1
1» ‘»S ' “j)
It; ...:^ UnCirtiidi- 3 351 5«'i 11'-, 141.. - HH to VA
I'A lower, July 2.85'/«-84?i.
II
■84’i.
IDAHO
FALLS
sion Co.
Co.
Q,
6 . I know that the Intere.il
,
1*;5 J
'r t
tj ’jl‘ ’<1‘ If’
nl Vi*
ijU
Un i‘ke
I>e 1 10 >J3 :*H J4'4 3«li - >i
3o'nds ^ P e rh ap s because of this caii——
IDAHO FA Lt.S-Spring; lambs Sellers wilh average-wweights
eights ra te s oorn-U . S. Savings Bonds
i j - - - IdiM tvj.Vi ‘j
j|;! i s l l ; t^n^plc iiVci ’1” « S 4o'| Sotj V ’i
_f
tio
n
a
r
y
hoarding
of
credit,
the
^CRAIN FUTURES
!'i V'ii
were
been raised a number of •- ,
)Id crop and priceis
were $!
SI t(
to $1.50 lower, old
price* for fed sieersi were have be
hi P e d , which regulatesJbe money
S i V i i: s s iffi a : : : ; :
r- v i i cCHICAGO
(A P )lambs
What
Kimberly, 1,084, lim es over
ov the past years. W
lambs $i
$l ilower and ewes! steady
sicady Dick Stafford,
Stafl
, ! : ! '• S 5 ;!'■
mc
i? ** sf? 111,?%
77 *)'■
i'"J*r*'‘i ! S
iie inAm lloip «
“ . *! ?!•’
t'f '.^
11, *
lln.jAlrLIn
'.<1 ^I3‘i ^IjS H(4
*!S
jc o rg c a re the po.ssihllities that the
in- su p p ly , must ponder still more
Hi -U'l
at the W
24.90, and 1,173, 24.60; George
Wednesday sale at the
ihe 24,90,
AmlnrCo l.U H !*!« 'J 'J ~ 54 Io»trR»
,n
fu
m
o
v
e
s
while
admitting
its
past
1.. * '>
High Low Close .u
Close
AmMWy .M W JJii « S i j s
o se idat,g
idatiQ Livestock Auction,I, Idaho Murphv.
^
be rcduccd in
fu- a tte m p ts have not been com­
Murphy, Murtaugh,
1,011, 24.80; te re st tmight
t
, the
is Vi’i Wheat
s •
ichert, ture
tu re yea
years? If thnt happens,
,
Fred, Elmer and Ray Reichert,
aS ' moIo.’. "
w U'S iJK-'.{Ij- ; •
1 r « / f.iM
ic E
p le tc ly successful.
H, »!!, I'Cl.Cp I 7_d
7J HS t!|; 6«S
IS * t. Jul ,. 1.66>i 1.65’^ 1.661/4 1.663/,
^A total ^of 1.250 sheep, 67 hogs Filer, 1,01
AmSCti )M J* »IH »IJ« 3*^. ♦ • inM «
v.ilues of the
1,M!. 24.80, nnd 1.011, fcdet^pllon
rcdempt
„E
(Gardner Acklev, chairman nf
~ • Scp
1.70}i 1.691', 1.70 1.70y, nand
^ j 1.395
| 395 cattle were sold,
d,
2-1.50, 905, 24.80. and 998, 23.40, bond3.r
b onds.!n o w hold would be re-■ th u President’s Council of Ecui,
s s r s :
'" I !
.!S A i l :
lj + ■■ USr.vp.m 2* 51 O-.', MS M«i "-►I,
' boc
Dcc
I.76^i U i i 1.75^1 1.76>^
S
p rin g //at lambs. J25.50-2G.50;
nn on m
m ic
^ Advisers and the man
] 'l^ a
Spring
50-2G.50; and Walter
Waite and E lm er EEhlers,
hlers, duced.
i ! ! g ^ KS £ , i : s s r ; ;
;j
Mar
l.RO'’ 1.781', 1-7% 1.80^5 shorn
sho?n fat Iambs, J22.00-23.00;
Stop your worrying. Tlie ‘
W-23.00; Eden, 9B0, 24.90,
A. St(
1’
1.^,2,,' “:s
i!i;
cent
w orry aboul all Ihcsc
AT, Tob lU !J «H I ' i
{j: J ”
snrinp lai
hulsen. interest rate (now 4.15 per• cent
s * s
I 50 30 !3S S2>J -Sisu — Ss Corn
)0; odd Feeder steers; Glen Shul.sen.
1
*P‘'''’8
Jambs J22.00-23.00;
"id to
10 pJTroblem
s, sloutly hnlds tn his
■ *1,, Jul
1.351^ 1.34^, I.34W 1-35% ruff
ruff feeder
feede lambs J20.00;
i« p
-?
J i t s } H j j s + H lE; t £ i
M. and when savings
bonds are held
^
0; lighl
sa
light Jerom e. 552.
5! 2690. 621, 26-90.
• ''
s i '. 'i , ! !
J; -•
.►K
ij Scp
Sep
1.36(i 1.35^1 1.35^1 1.36% (at ewes jJ5.50-e.50; canner
ihci fo re
'1 c a st of expansion later Ihis
er ewes R93.
R93 26.70; Ilarold G rant, Eden, m aturity)
aluril) i.s guaranteed hyV Ihe
iJ Vin
I’AWhrln (It 31 5I>: JIS J*'j
: * [;
I'b" w H'<\ ii; «>:
vi-.
nniy^*'*'"
but
he
h ardly dkguise.s his
I. «. I, Uni\Ord I 10 35 »l'i ISI, SIH
lj *-2'i
4-3'j DcC
Dcc
1.34U 1,33)4 I.34ii 1-34J4 and
id 579, u . S.
The rate n n|yc-^ r bu
II ewes, G05. 2G.50. 691, 25,90, and
S, Treasuo-.
1
S r S
!ii i s i ■: iiiji t ^Si iJohnMin
S ' s 3 19 45
and bucks
bucks, J-1.00-5.50; cull
i,.j be
1* Mil ♦^'i Upjohn
t t l j ’MM“^
ar
1.3 8 ^1 .3 7 ^1 .3 8 (^11-33
.3 9 “50m a and
r 250 shorn ewes
Rupert, bonds now
outstanding can’t
be cc oo nn ce
ce rn
rn .
•espairClarence Lempke, Rupert,
n
.50-1-50.
pair- 25.50; Clat
I'S’.
i\
Sf.'’ 5 !I ;t:'s
s r s ,.;'
! i ! ! ? ! “» “ i! i ii s : " v
rcumAmong those concerns Is lha
r j,.
4 || p | i | jjj|■; tis
4-iiii ^ Oats
cd
0. and reduced — under any circumid solid 721,
26.50, nnd 613. 20.40.
ed with ;good lambs and
721. 20.50,
resum
ption
of price increases
1 ^ ;tlJ.im.i.cir .10 41 4T>i liii
■*'
>'>
Jl
Jul
.71',^ .70’i .71’^ •.71
outh ewes.
ew
and E lm er E hlcrs, Eden, stances,
ii,, m
m outh
S2G.OO per pair.
Walter am
a f t e r a six-mnnlli lull. In April
^ :!t:S e p
.72>;, .7131 .72^ .72>/.
Extreme
......-I,
•ir^
E xtrem e top 22.51), bulk
ulk ISO- 819. 2.510.
iDo,ii
7n......
hli li'O consumer price inde.': made
■‘
^Wirnl.imS '.
17 5*>J <"1 SS; *4. >'1,DCC
oec
.75
.74^ .74^^ •75
.75 220
240 lbs. HnUlein
HoUiein feeder steers; Ira li.. i.m:
220 lbs.
lbs. 222.00-22.50. 220-240
vh»«
biggest
jum
p in hnll a year.
coVonlm'T
i
*'AJTiTo't'
»•>«•
its
bip);
V islM
is'W ar
_
-“
2i.75-22.25
Pllts, Twi
Twin Falls. 591, 25.50.
’• V i ^ 'u ; r A V 7
i!'; ll'i i’s.1'.
'-.V
2i.75-22.25: 240-260 lbs.. 2I.25.
2I.25- pllts,
A nd 'Iho la b o r Deparlment
1.25: 2S0 Feeder hcifrr-:: R. H. iiohnKohnAt!*s toip
IJ
^'-1•KemCLc
,
21.75; 2GO-2SO lbs. 20.50-21.25:
w a r n s that food prices might
ows unun^ topp,
loop. Filf
Filer. 55G. 24.2,i; Roger
^
.
to 300 Ibs. 19.50-20.50; sows
lii W 3 I;
Aron'
SJ l“ 'J IM'l ' “ S ♦J'iiKrral.c’ll
f
p
i
»
al.so
resume
their upward
jU iJ i Kop^r.‘ m”
i’l »■; Jjl; |i' _ vJ iWrytlhf I 40 62 2)’l 2«>I 3 !S ...'* S e p
I \-V ,S dcr 300 lbs- 16.50-17.50; 300-330 Wonenherg.
Wonenher; Buhi 5&3, 24.10; Har- n v P '
c o u rsc .
1 }'^ <4 lbs. 15.50-16.50; 330-400 lbs.
IS. 15.00- old Grant
Grant, Eden, 560, 24.10, nnd
‘i’ * ^
1“
1] O'- «'■ w 7 r
Housing, the Induiitry that
Ul'. H . \» 11 m Q -soli
* S K,o.ir^
crnpkc,
7’. w,i'^'n(:o i:to 31 77>; 7s>; 77>?
I t ? 4:.;’:
; ’.; Mar
1.34 1.33^J 1-33HI
15 50- o’.’er
o’.’! 450 lbs. 14.00-15.00
00-15-00; 581, 24.00
24.00; Clarence Lcmpke,
10“ iJI'aiI bld.'’«r.*{nI*rSn^^^
15.50;
i'i y .
\\
ii'.i ? !!;
!:• : j’
Roi’in.
w
a
s
supposed
to
benefit most
J
+
«,
WinnOll
l.4<
IM
2«s
27S
27S
—
»i
,i|ii||,|,n
a
Pills,
bidi.
InteHfil.r
quoutloiu
Jo
noi
In.
W3S
s
l
- ‘i ........................ mum............‘iiii""‘» stags 6.50
irs 3.00- Rupert. 61
659, 23.80, and Ira Pills, cludi
bid., into
J«
J« Mh » ji s *i< L.i.pt»m M <« nil ij;. !»,, + s
6.50-10.50, and boars
rtuil BMkuti, re.rk down
oi f ro m Ilooser credit hasn’t rc.«a 01
Twin Falls,
10.00.
Fall 552, 21.90.
K “iS .-" 5 S S I n l i S i i i i l j S K J ;
A.i,„i l^ounded. despite p.Iowing forcAsked
Claude Mull,
S
Choice grain fed sieerss $24.00- Steer calves:
<
' ' c a s ts nnd prem aw re conclu—1'
Yn|!’_\M KO 41 3l’i 21 31S * S
^
l\ Ijl? ll;^ m|l'
l
■:
VnUvM
S ? „ '"
. 3 “ S ; “ 5 ■i r.l\\
nd .551, Alhert-son’s
11.75 12.12',^ sio n s. ,It is stil! in trnuble. The
00-24.00; Hagerman,
Alhert-sc
25.50; good steers $23.00-24.00;
Hagermar 450, 30.75, and
n , ♦ S Z»nil!i H ',23 let MS '.Vi M -» 1.
„ ,,
WASHINGTON
« P )) ■
ccnmmcrcial
„ itS
Copyilihrrd by The A..«i«tfd Trr-i. I»?
"/I
20.50 21.00
00-23.00; 29.00, and Harold G rant,■ Eden, uquUy
E quity qu
'
•.steers $22.00-23.00;
SII 1*7 lOj'” IM'i US *f '•>. (ipyillhr
K S ' f f S i i i l; 5 J 4 "‘;►iIHj iLm
t Vn'i'n
=
;i'r“
A p ril ’rale of consiruclion, it
Farm ers who store grains choice (at heifers $23.00-24.00;
____
Farn
«S • 'i
It, ♦ *1 Ll..n|.tn Oil 41 «H
26.75.
,
.00-24.00 ; 528, 26.75,
^
^. F irst SeeSc Corp. 31.75 32.50
;'cn
su stained,
would n i^ ^ 1.2 milvoc
under government price• ssupi’l- X «;
AnirHiCAS STOCK rxcKAMoc
undci
.00-23.00; Heifer 1calvcs: H arold Gfan‘.
Grant, Fp irst
; r ,t Sec.
5, Inv
“ t^ good fat heifers $22.00-23.00;
6.00
6 .10
,5
lio n units this ye ar, not the 1.6
,„
siock
port
program
s
wlU
get
the
commercl
i7^f
*
NI.V
YORK
fAP)
*
Acnfiicin
Slock
iS
-V
?
UnfSCem
I
1»
IU
ir'i
I7i
♦
li
NI.W
.00-19.00; Eden, 455, 28.35. and 448,' 25.35; G
c SSm
1 il SIS
IMT® commercial cows $18.00-19.00;
m tttf's
22.00 22.75
iion
m
illion forecast.
> ■>''<< LonrSGi >12 4< 30H K‘l
samo rate s during the 1967um
ny
co
po, Pfd.
“ »'■ utility cows $17,00-18.00;'; culler Homer iAnder.son, Filer.
r - 429,
I d j aj a Pow
68.00 72.00
T lie balance of payments sltu
u
CM
68
season
a
s
a
year
earlier,
cows
J16
1
: i i - 'd c s ; ; i u s ., s s ? s s s s r . r :
rs $13.00- 20.75; R. 1H. Kohntopp,-38I, 26.00, Morrison-Knudsn
Morriso
cows $16.00-17.00; earners
2S.50 26.87'^ u a tio n also continues poor. The
S r j i ™ . . . . " v ' l j r s w iis? 4.^ s
1^10 Agriculture Depart500- bulls
b\
0; veal and 442,
441, 25.50; Percv P onard, Rogers
Rogers Bros.
•P®V* ,16.00;
$21.00-22.50;
22.50 23.50
’ Af
p a y m en ts for th e Vietnam war,
|5iJ ■*',! ment said the rales are
481, 26.00: ODell
guvcr Star
S
■r® In calves
calves «$25.00-30.00; goodd feeder Hagerman,
Hagcrmai
ODe'l Silver
Queen .38
.42
line wllh those paid com- sieers $23.00-25.50; medium
r e ty Life'
6.00
6.50 o f course, are a maJnr factor In
um feed^
feed- Roemer, Hazelton, 403, 25.80; Swuurcty
Oil 31 2 12-111 IMI 3>........
m rri
I fi,-,, th is excess of expenditures
\\........
merciai
warehouses
under
*
r
,”
eers
i |i ! i |; |; S
l i i ; j ! ; I 26*i
; v•» Si sA.imm
l
i
Hagerm an,
475, y/est Coast
C
c r steers $22.00-23.00; Holstein Claude Mull,
f
A.i.toi) « i;
15 iV, J'; JS .....
5, '
r-Kohn:
Airl. 15.87'^ .16.37-/, a b ro a d over foreign spending
iiiii
Ks
uniform
grain
storage
steers
$2(
Ail.iCorp »I
1 21i in
.....
lls
MijITiTOiVlO 11* Sts 3 “15
‘I ♦ H Aili'iCori
o ra^
$20.00-22.50; good1 feeding 25.7.'!,
25.7.1, and 517, 25.35; R. H. Kohnh e re . ^As a rcsull. Ihc U.S. gold
ij + ■; agreement. The rate s range
h »|f„„
:iarence
t» ■ ,
‘
'medium
'? " * *
heifers
$23.00-24.00; 'm
edium topp. Filer.
File 494. 25.50; Clarence
.supply Is very low.
from 7.S cents a bushel for feeding heifers $22.00
10 - 23.00: Lcmpke.
i ^ v ' j j E i S i i i: iiii ii? iiii r s s i ? i ; i
Lcmpke, Rupert. 507, 25.25;
. ■ T h e stock m arket has laken
.....
1»SS
.
!lij ..... C»mpbl Oiib 10 1
l|i T .....
19SS and prior crop* of‘ oats feeding cows
lO; slock Harold G
Grant, Eden. 490, 24,70,
$16.00-17.50;
i n i ' 5 ; ; s r i i ‘.‘ I a j s i n i v i i a n
its knocks
also, not only from
9. ■ ’ __ , FUTURES
knc
>«:•
li
to
10.95
«
n
l
s
for
W
S
crop
cjj[yg,
S26.00-32.00;
stock
and
Wone
0;
nnd
Wonenherg,
Buhl,
•<89.
'7!; 4- ^ MlHlC
...... I incilmi
S ' cl.”
I HI.
i were se
s e lle rs who havo'kepl some hluc
ji> . . . ! com, w heat, barley and* soy«H + h McC.II .4511
IJ 3H; » 3»1'. ♦ li Clry.Mt
s°»* heifer ca
calves $24.00-27.50;
d a ir y -----------.' following quotations.oberts
lO; dairy
—------------------------------------------- • ’’PThe
tv cows
c h ip s .depressed and-have re­
s r * ■“*
•
i’il •li 4* «S McnonD
m S - .4fb <U 4J»; 4111 4)H -H Crrol. J
cows provided
providd by E. W. McRoberts
type calvcs $23.00-26.00.
most high cutter and utility
CiitfTr U t
1 m
« « + H JIcKm
e n tly
tarnished the glamor
7
70
and
Co.,
Twin
Falls,
c
imitnmii
-------17,25.18.70
" i ‘u
'i i i : . ' ; .......
17.25-18.70; cuttcr 16.00-17.70.
“" d Co.
C«li«eMCp 1 . M Mrt *ljt « 2 ^ J*
'
sto c k s, bul from highly ts45^ —V. Fino o.n
:ij7i«j7-i«j7-m .i-ti
Maine Potatoes
PORTLAND
P l l i l l i s
i i l l i 7«i.
^ +•■•;
; | FtlmOTI
i £ Oil
« 11' II II .......0 1 ,
e m ed
e d critics such as William
Hteh
Low Close te
teem
i»H + S MrVraip It
12 3J JJ :J
21 *4. l{ FI»TI,er
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171 41 41 41’i -fli K l j
PORTIJVND
(AP) - (USDA)
OMAHA
PORTI.
2.34 IVIcCbesney
M artin, Fed chairNov,
2.38
2,34
fVlcChe
41H -I', Frenllff Mil
« <.' 41'5 < U i- li •■■
l\
, —Cattle
—Catllc and calves for week oMAH/
.....
S3 gi nxi niu; ...;;
R ; i ! 3 5 M ,,. ! ! g S ; a = —
i i Sf ,Gfft
r ; ;Plvn*ortj
.
2.67 mai>. Hfi
® A) —
2.6S
2.64
: suggesiod that unreOMAHA (AP) - (USDA)
- M arch
i
J350; slaughter steers nnd
9 00
Iind heifhell- uoo«
h o r s 9,000;
barrows and
2.85 stra
in e d speculation hy instituid
gilts
April
2.88
2.83
r.traine
a y K
s a
i ! ! | ! S i ! §1| §. T. T, S , |S: : SU . S ^ ::
S
S :i : i: -: :- EE xx c h a n g e
'. ■ crs
" f 's isteady;
ea.
cows uneven
clov ,,,oft.|.5o
r ^ ’. cn lower;
1
;en cltjv
sows 50 lower; May
3-18 tion-;
tio n s ccan jie poisonous.
3.18
3.13
3.18
ing weak lo 50 lower;
m No 1-3 190 • 240 Ibs
Hii *l Mohlio" 111* ICI 4 '! 4j 2 43^1
4 rl +
+‘k
K dalt An
Am Cp
11 Uii I0’{ 10H *''l -WT
'
-----------------------View
:r; bulls
bulls
jj .2
.2 and
Viewed from a distance. In
,
nmw
'"B
»H + }l MoMico^l^^ lei J j* Jl'i
j[»'n>fr^
^
mostly steady; vealers
75.22 5( No 1-3 240 - 260 lbs
?rs and 21
21,75-22.50;
~
c o n te x t, maybe the news isn't
Oirl£IiR*'b 11* u ( Il|i
Monu
slaughter calvcs closing- steady; oiV
n^i T 300-850 Ib'sow s 17.5021,25-21.75;
S
in. *’\l Montnut i 52 ;3 Juj Jlii 31’! «• >5
<
■
)
a s h ad as it looks. Evenls
:r steers .9 5Q
**
c h a n g e , and new s has a way of
RUPERT — Arrangements R r good “and
J' choice feeder sieers t f l S
JJt iis
jsli ...h
'ipT
471 l‘ <; Ijij 12S
12H + « RUr
NEW YORK ( A P ) ^ p o t non- rearranging itself quickly tu
■in
;r calves caitle 12,500; calves 150;; steers
n ii— M “Mofttll
31 3S‘J 3l>i 3SS+I’i MfCrnry
aetEllll l.H n >M
®""
lo ui«lt
visit steady to
, strong; feeder
sS 3i'^
j ? 5 j v i i aBf (arm
a v , exchange studentsim
-s weak fcrrus
ibrand-new pictures.
iV, *US
»1 IIIH 111' 111'? 4-5!i Mf•dJo^
OK.C0.. lip » 115^ m
*5 ) Molotoll
M=i=r. I
heifers g n j heifers steady: cows
f c ^ u s metal prices today:I Conm er
>•,«» higher;: heifers
s2S * •!
>j in Mill
Minidoka County this summ
IH * 1 M,S.TT I2< J7 3T^ «>I 3*'>...... MBtjMfn 70 S!H !} S2>i
V*' iher‘ and heifer calves scarce::: slaugh- JO 55
cn [Qwcr;
i„m
high choice 1,280 lb Copper
Coppt 38 cents a pound, Con- *
i d \ [ \ 151! w 'l
2 nJ "i,
•«>i 4 . Mor.01 Ind
41 llJi 7Jli II
•I . 431
* ’jl haVC
have been completed by the
. ..
)0-15.00: ncclicul
ncciicut Valley.
U SE T
Id choice steers 25
25.25; choice 24.00-15.00:
„
TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS
te
urc^
•''8^
H?
7
i|
Farm
Youth
Exchange
pro760.925
ll
Jls : N
P.", » ll; I?; n \ !| Farm
1 055 Ib Lead 14 cenls a pound.• New F
pQ
o FAST
c
!«
760-925 lbs 24.75-25.70; slaughter choice with
w
end prime 1.055
OR
SELLING RESULTS
cows siandard 19.00 - M
20.00;
X „ v25.25; choice 24.00-25.00;
W-25 00- Y ork.,
ork..
------ —
W vheifers
Sinici’ lU M J ‘I
2*'“*
wii t
Sven-Olof U ndqvist, ^il.’^Ehte’j
w si ^ Z Zinc
pound.
slaughter bulls commercial22.00u.iiitv an
cial22.00-uiiiity
and commercial cc oo w
i n c n V x - m cents a pound,
: i! 25. a Swedish college student *
1 + 4 sltFut* I.M ll IIH 3i'i 3»ij ....’
Sl. Louis.
25-00; vealers
good andd choice 1725-182;
17,25.18.25.
E a s t Si
I S +1 N*l <iri>l .31 a lUi ll‘i ilji ■*• Ji Stithim
jj ;? I-::: who expects to leach agricul«
York.
mbs
T in 1
1.54^ a pound. New Y
o rk .l^ ^ H
lyes good Sheep
bs 50 Tin
,?.* time 28.00-32.00; slaughter calvcs
sheeo SOO; spring lam
Con E^f IM IH 3<H
>'3 ,* : ^ S - ' J r , i .
it'fl ture, will b e dividing his
!! s s S!!j !!!i t<‘ S S . ^
silver 1.301 per t r o y ' ^ ^ *
■amlliM
choice
22.25-27.00;; feeder low
lower;
er-sh
shorn ewes steady;■; choice Foreign
Forel
I 'i 4. 1 between two county families,
^
ir .U ];
r w i.irf; classes *steer calvcs choice and and
- - j nVim
I ■ «
prime spring lamb*s 2G.602G.W- ounce, New York.
p».iiM7
M „ Kenneth Shufeldt
lal ppee rr, I ■ JI K ^ . B 1 1 F O
>d shorn
shorn _ Quick
Quicksilver 465.00 nominal
topS.*'l.’»b »
«h
* < N ^*
i^ Pf'^®
Prin’e 25IMS0 lbs 31.00I*- 34.00; 27.00;
?7 00-cul
cull, utility and good
ot the Northside. and Mr. nand
flask, fNew York.
ibs 25.00- ”wes'5.M
ewes 5.00.6.25.
.
Hask,
Mrs. Hylak Beaver. Heyburn.
*='
US
Ho will attend the annual 4-H H o K .for
,
week 210; slaughter
ROUTES DISCONTINUED
Asked Club
Club <Congress at- Moscow J m e .
;■
Bid 1Asked
- T
The
« M l y p3
WASHINGTON (AP) —
he^^K S
lZ 8*1“ stM dy-to 25 c „ . « go‘^ K “ <u s . « - , K
9,61 1M7
1M78and will then come to
to
ji'j**
]\ Affilialpd
Fund
R.R9 9 9,61
i!lj t ‘li .ssu rir' 1.H !*
M
>i‘* '.i
Affilia
lo 100 Interstate X ommerce C immiso m m is - n |g
in Minld
a . ;"
hfghcr;
20J7 Idoka
Idoka County. He will be. In
Ida'8 « r . «iw a about steady;
,M« *1 CommiJnwenlth
18.6GG 20^7
M
H
‘'’® slaughter barrow s and gilts No
lutchpni sio " granted the Denver & Rio
R I o ■^ ^ Kf ns n i i m
S ' ' I . n ; ; , ‘" a ' , , ’s . s i i s i ,!!>>::
a ” ";
8^3hohouni
unlil the end of July.
f1-2 195-230 lbs 23-25-24-00! sows
, 7.522 8.23
I3H +1 Nori<n I.M »»3 4211
4215 4.IH Dow
DoW T^ h eo ry
e r-^ ^ B a
i
M. sows 2V25-25.00;
mUed 1-3 190-230 G rande Western Railroad pper17.97 The
The IFY E Is a program of * *
’•‘J - H Eaton and Howard 16.555 17,97
lue
the
710 ib
thc H
a
; v ^i.ni 1-2 30(M00 Ibs 17.00-18.50.
«
a Vi i K ' S ' £
,il 5 ^ 3 , S'*
10,
Ibs 23.25-24.25;
2-3 150-270
lbsi mission
mlsslor today lo discontinue
37K 7,!!
- « Fidelity T rend
30.877 33.64 4-H aalum ni .and other young ‘ Sheep for weeic 825; slaughter
senger
ifwoo lb
two overotght passenger^
slaughter 22,00-22.75; mixed 1-3 350-100
lb «
11.18 adulls
adulls of the United States and spring lambs J.OO to 2.25
s K ils s s is
s s “ s » suH
a T4.iti
, 6 SKeysfonc
“ J;
B~4
10.244 11.18
id
Salt
lower^ 5 0 lbs t r a ^ ^ ^ tw e e n Denver and S a lt^ ^ K f f l
10.93 rursl
rural youlh of other « m
^ e sM. otherr ^classes scarce sltady; *ows 19.00-19.50; 2-3 50W50 lbs
n “J A sa | -:
SIS”
!iS r7 yi Keystone K -l
' 9.15 5 10.93
IMS
S ia ,K
S il* !!8 iiS
.
17.50-18.00.
^
X X\
« Keystofw
K-2
7.15 7.80 Since
l i t ... . ow<fi>iii l i l
M X uii S ij +
Keysu
1^ T ^ slaughter spring lambs
choice Cattle
P 400; calves
•fwiiom*
none:
_
+ *7 Keystone- S-2
10.83 11.81 countr
‘^ y a n d prime 87-114 lbs 25.00-28
00,;
,,"°S
vRETURN
TO UTAH
' S jB
l
o
i
slaughter
steers
fully
steady;
"
ilS
r
Keystone
S-3
10.29
11.23
progrJ
Sn
P « “J^ u !
li ili^ i i s
~ ^ Keysu
I ,, slaughter ew esrgood »and low few smaU-lots mixed high
Jh good
on^
WASHINCTON (AP) - All
UH y .-:
.n M
anhattan
10.34 H.29 extens
ii« +
P.C pciiDi
IM i>« ii)i 13H
Manhe
ession- ■ ■ ■
m
em
bers
of U U h's congression'’®*’
choice 5.506.'ld;
spring?-»feeder
l«(^ 4- facPwU 1.31 JI 3IS 24 JlW
^ a s s . Invest. C r.
lM ?h n n d low choice SSWlOO lbs a l delegadoo plan to be In1 U
13.82<-H
4-H didepartment.
S
k C f: sS Mass.
12.555 13.82
Ubah
tah W
"
/ 76-93 lb 24.50-25.0(
24.50-25.00; good 33.50-24.60; few "
18,22 Dari
Darlene Haaoenson. Bonners
"
u** X a Mass. Invest. T r. ■ 16.688 18.22
i ^ ‘ and “during
H ■I Lt eS j ^ U I I j l S n ^
^____ •_ '
sm
sm all
all , kIota mbted good
^ 8 the M emorial Day recess ■
11.89Ferry,
Ferry, left for l u l y In AprU
AprU aass 22.M-22.70.
22.«>-23.7
J }j ” 0 NaiionoJ Growth
lO.M4 11.89
Iniirhtpr
choice 800-1,000 lb slauchter
9.61 an Idaho IFY E student
» n 7 » National Stock
8.70 0 9.61 an Idi
2 .5 0ff—
-1 ""
.
'
j^ H
len lives
' f iE i^ R
.
helfors 223.50-34-50; good1 112.5017,70 The
The visitor from Sweden
I t I S l v s iii i il l ir isl i-fi «l Putnam
S '
WJO0 17.70
J9DA)-—
23.75? utility and -commercial
11.64 on
on aa 220-acre farm speciailzing
-DENV1
ciallzing -DEN
V ER (AP)'-*- (U9DA)
— 23.75r«H
f l V u Television Tlec.
lO.fiS9 11.64
W E M A K E -------- 1 1 ^
md gilU
17.00-I9.60; utility and
lie ana
and Hogs 500;
barrow s and
gilts cows I'i
6 89In.
In.dadairy and beef cattle
50
I r i E i w H i i i i i i i1 6 4 -K Value Line Income fi.21 1 6.89
« rce; No commerc
commercial built 20.50-24.00.
— I
7,33swine,
swine. He Is majocing In a p li- 1.00-1.29 lower; sows scarce;
g « * a Value U ne Spe. Sit. 6.69 9 7.33
00-230 lbs Sheep IOO; not.oBough of any iP “ "
1-2 barrow
9,92cultur
cultural economics.
barro i and gilts 200-230
w t ! g Western Indus. Sh.: 8.72 2 9.92
180-340'lb ilC
MBTOB
___ ----___ 22.90-22.75:
22.90-22.7 mixed 1-3, l#M40'1b
J-o B hin d for a m a r r a J i S f
• •
•
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p
f
'i i 'i » i « 'i f e
U ...... ptJuic iJta 41 u n , UU 4-iK
nostly No test.
^
31.73-22.25; 260-380 lbs mostly
2-3.20.50.21.00,
.
:
. 2 * 5 ? J»« J>»
I g w g w [«
' C
Cattle-eoo; calves none; a t
CAA m E F U I U R E S
a +j PUBtoS 11* ' 11 “
“ k * ft
ilu a
a u c tio n s la u g h t e r Steen
he fol
ns w ere .O r i i
le n wweak
ea k -T
- The
foIlowinK quotations
to 25 lower than Mooday;
lay; heifhelf- provided
pro'i'kled by E . V . M cRoberti
pR + w B i r i^ ..................................... m o oirtej,
»m pared a n d -( ^ , Twit) Falls.
^ ...........
e rs iteady to weak compared
btercow
—High -L o w Close
.•viJiJ-S with Wednesday; slaughter
cowsi
steers June
28:52
.. .
‘i*®’*” ’*® unchanged; sUtighter: -^steers
June- •
uB .
- 27.50 >. 27i40
27;50 . ^
. 1...II.U mostly cholM to.prlm e(ia4D
1240 IbsA
Ibs Aiig.
VU30 lbs Oct.'
o a
27.76--•- 27,70
27.721
» » 25.9Q; bulk chdco-114H2M
AA
U
lly choice
choice Dec.
Dec,
M.05
27,90
27.W
J
...... t«.70 3f.75^24.M; h elfcn m w tly
1.05-35.15: F
eb
28.02 . 27.97
28,02 * 1 ^
M to prim e lOOO-lOSOibt 25.05-33.15;
Feb
51- 24J5;
April
38.22 ^ , 1 9 . 23J3 ^
; ;: :;S ! n c m e t bso-iom ib> U.7&» j 5 ; Apdi
n
(MUTtrtd t t n u s tr '^ la o r t o u ) fla m
to c k s
Stocks
“;i:Eis!»”!
|i ♦ll ntwsoi' i'miI *r si'.s ji||
L iv
h esto ck
G ra in
Dow-Jones, 2 p.m.
■m.
y
ff]
TA
iiii ii!i Ei*i;5‘.S'"r
- “ 'Price Steady S . “ To Strong On ^
"n i Fed Steers
S7S
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Made
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I
SSgt,
Spot Metals
1 : 3 'ii^
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ii iifl
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Potatoes
K
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LOANS H H
were iOnAnythingof Valuo I likfaia
iRoberti ' '
' ■'.■H
I
S tr E d w a r d ^ ■
'Tacation
I
School Set
I
» . Ed- ■
BcglnnlnR Saturday. St.
ward’s Catholic Church will hold ■
lool for ■
a R«1Ir Ious Vacation School
vorkers ■
the children of rntRrnm workers
nnd all other children of S
St.
■
i - Ed__ward'5 P a r is h 'who atlend the
thg B
oiw "" BB B E g s
—
public s c h o 'd l s grades one
Ihrough eight.
B
Classes will sta rt in Ihee paro- |■ m ^ | | .
chial school Saturday and
nd will B
BW ; 1 >
snd June 7. SM sionj wJ}l
B L I- '
II bcglo H
'
n( 9 a'.m. and conclude at 3 p.m . - B
"r;unch will be servcd to tiirchil*
iirchll* - B
drcn without co.^C.
■j
A bus will pick up children
dren at
at B j
lhe Twin Falls Labor Camp ■ ]
it B
amund 8:45 a.m . each day, It
will Slop a t the M any's Market B
Into B
parking lot on the way back into
town to pick up childrenn from ■ 1
~he bus
the Soulb P a rk area. The
■
will return the children a t the W
■! f l S ^ H B
end of Ihe'school day. '
|t
T ht caicchism classcs will be H
taught by Father Gould, Sisier.<: B
of thc Immaculate Heart of
o( f■ l ■ f l H f l ^ H B
M&ry; and ladles of the parish.
fl
~^|€JHiHgriBFDresrt
Headquarters
5rs Ajin
Aiiiiouiiced
’
370 Believed
•^^Missing-lB
Store F ire
------Char\g;9
ofif two
-T — -------Chang?j_[n_Jocalion
two portant
portant forsge for sheep and
Fore.il ^Ranger D lslflc^-head- re»oufce«
'w K P V ''
. '
quarters nl two Magic vValley
S lands,
M ig g
-----------------communliles w as announced Approx
jomily
by supervisors a„d IB 5t
:
jointly Thursday
Th
of thc Sawtooth and Humboldl
tho area.
area. Many people visit
mboldl the
the u l O r
it‘*ihS
-M
Nalional
National Forests.
historic
historic town of Jarbidge, and
study of operalions on the
thc enjoy iht
v l.X - ' - .
A study
the d e v c 10 p e d c am ^
B U ^ E n T O y ;-.
.1 .
two
Iwo distil
disltlcts shows lhe changes
hanses grounds along the Jarbidge, D|y.
Riv- About 370 persons w e r e bellcTed
— w ill-ennble-thc—Forcst-SetvTeeierT-EKCe
>etvTeekrv-EKCellent -humin»-.and-fJshoppc
to for-ling opportunities
exist on the v ll" *
'M •’
J to 1provide
’''°’’'*''' betier scrvice lly
defMriment store w hich went
,
deparimei
J
est users and sub.slaittially re- district.
• ., up In flames M onday In downB
, u.
■ ducc
duce travel
trav time and costa
for The
The 68.000.acre
68
sta for
Jarbidge Wll» *,'
' IE the two trangers in administerderncss lies within the Sistrict.
iirici ‘“" I ™
■ c o m p an y cxin ster- derncss
ing lands under their jurisdlcWll
irisdlc- The
The Wilderness
has been scl f j ! /
[,yfg] v/lAdded 10 varying accounts of
lion.
aside
aside to
to rem ain in Its natural
thn<«
already re m o v e d from
B ert F . Webster, distrlct'for.
c t'fo r- state. Th
The a re a -Iro p e m o -th
n st
jperi* « '’«' ‘h a t fig u re would,
est ran&cr'ln chargc of thc
h a desire
{]e»l a wilderness experiie J a r.w
r . who
*'
hid
H r]
hldge
Ranger District of
lhe ence by hiking
I
o( the
"or hOrsebackrNo brine
‘““ "2 Jb
-'ne' _ toinl_ of dead and
H . ''
motoriici vehicles of nny lypp
.1, will motorited
type m ining ^pcrsonj tiV about-^W .--------Humboldt National Forest,
esidbUsh his headquarters
esldblish
In are pern
•rs in
pcrmiued.
n fL'lnnovntion v ic c president
., Pierre Bollc
said 123 of Ihe
BuhPaboi
B l«
BuhPaboul July I. He will
Ranger Webster will m a k t his
vlll lo. Ranger
n
missing persons w e r e store cmcalc in th:
th office previously
oc- summer headquarters a t III
sly oc.
ninvr« and
nr
‘the' P'oyes
cuplcd during lhe winler months
Crci Ranger Station ,from
nonths Pole Creek
f .ier.
i - police
- -i 2 «relewaes reed shoppers.
U
g io)l of
^ ^ S S f l f l j r l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f l by John 1.. Haugaard. ranger
alraut May
M.
iger of aboul
15 lo Nov. 15, Dfs- ^
222 m lssinR alter
B b B b B B ii B ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^HB
the .Shake Creek Dlsirict of the trlcl information
lnf<
and appoint- 49
,u dead
hinVand
the
blnie,
which s o m e Invc.ni^ ^ f l Sawtooth
Sawtoolh National Forest.. Ran- ments w
with the ranger can 0®
be gaiors believed
^
w as set dellber- • •
ger Wcbuter
gCr
Wcbuti presently has a win- oblaincd by contacting the «rang®,„|„
‘'B- ately.
ler hcadqi
headquarter.': in Elko. Nev. e r's office'in
offic
Buhl.
“' JAll
f b branches
ra
of th e deparl^^B
Ranger Hougaard now man- The 0one-ouarier-mlllfon
1
••acre
acre ment store
slot chain h a lte d a »peages his district from the Shake Shake C
CrecK Di.^lricl an, the cial
clal camMlgn
camr
of se llin g AmcrlCreek Ranger Slallon located
ocated Sawtoolh
Sawloolh Nalional Forest lies cnn goods
gooi after a threatenin«
near Femherville. duringt field norihwcs
norlhwesl of Fairfield in Camas
telephone
am as
call w as received at
am locates in BunI
^^B
season and
ll dur> and Elm(
Elmore Counties. I t includes
ludes the iJege
Uege hranch,
^ ^ f l . . ing lhe winter
months. Ke
wflf Important
Imparcan' w ater forage, timw
Ie wW
t/m- A spofte.smnn
spofK
fo r th e store In
continue-t
continue-the-dual
headquarters
la rters be r and wildlife p r o d u c iilnn g Uege
Liege said
soii lhe catiiT5Qif.n-io-sell----^^B
arrungemcnt
arrungemc
luit, commencing
L
encing lands. Livcstockmcn
fromI the
lhe U.S.
u s. Roods
ROf
In
L'lrnov.illnn
;
^^B
this fall, will
establish a winter Gooding • Fairfield - Mounlain
store? wns
wn nvcr. I t had been
intain stores
oflice in Cooding, ralher• than Home-Boisc
Homc-Bo
a re a summ er about scheduled to run thro u g h May
Buh!.
D
uhl .
IJ.COO
13,000 he
head of sheep andf 700 25.
35.
trici.
-------------------tislricl head of caltle on the district.
—
l i i b l i i a B B V l '^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H
- Tho
^he Jarbidge Ranger District
DIVI
o f the
Uumtioldt NationalI For- Sawmills In Cam as and Elmore
more
DIVORCE GRA N TED
(he ifu
■s and Counties
I.ONDO (AP)—A ctress Tam
B K
est comprises 2'45,000 acres
Counlics harvest approxim alcly LONDON
uhl In seven
(cel of saw tim- Bassett.
BsBsett. 32,
3 hns b e e n granted n
B5!»^<B B B W B f l B | f l f l B i SSb-A^ lies 70 miles
mi
south of Buhl
jc^en million
mi
divorce
no«Jwasl<M
northeaslcrn E lko County,, Nev. ber nnnuslly,
nnnui
divorcc fr
from ber h u aband, aclor
S " ! The (li.siricl includes the m ajor Waler Ifrom district landss re- Robrrt Stephens,
Si
'
drainages of the Jarbidgec and charges 1supplies In the Andernder^—
chairm
chain an; M rt. R. A. Jackson, three-'
three-year trustee; M rs.
Ri\
Mary's Rivers
and SalmonI Falls son Ranch
Ranc and Arrowroek Res- Baumgart
Baumgartner c am pground wilh
Dave
D
ave Visser, president ol
of the auxiliary,
auxiliary and John Price,
’rice,
Creek. Th
These watersheds: con- ervolra. The
'
dislrict has excelixcel- Its naiura
natural hot s p r in g s and ilshp est
e tt commander. (Tlniea-Newi
e»-Newi photo)
photo)______________________iribule
iribulev»l
viluable w aler to the
he aaj>
j . lent big gam e hunting opporih South F o rk of iho
ppor- Ing in the
----------riculturc and indusiry of Idaho
Idaholunllies
tunltifls a and a ttrac ts m anyr elk Boise River
Riv a re th e main »um_______ T RY T IMES-NEWS
WA
S-NEWS_WA_NT-APS_______
and'NNevada,
evai
_______ and
in addition,i, Im- and deei
deer hunters each (all.
fall, m er recreation
recn
a ttrac tio n s.
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Flood TIueats I
W aiiinglii
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3
By The A iioclated Press
ress
Rc.*;ident» of the Bonners
TS FerPerrelieved
ry, Idaho, are a may bc relieved
nf flood threats—iit least
st until
nee the
(he first part of June—since
Kootenai River was expected to
fall slowly a fter Thursday. The
river still was expected to rcach
uRaVv
flood stage of 31 feet Thufsday,
eau pre
but the U.S. W eather Bureau
pre
dieted a drop lo 29.5 feet Frioay
Friday
and 28.5 feet Saturday. The area
is protected by dikes up to 37
M ay 2 5-26. 1 9 5 7
o«q
B
BH B P w S B S T itfffig fe''
Ef
K
' :4 ;,
JS
-.Jf
W
Twlo
IRS,
recently purchased
by the Twin
NEW
WHEELCHAIRS,
recenily
j
_*
^ is
is dUeusted
discussed by, from left, A.. C.
FP®
a'ls VFW Auxiliary,
jder: Mr*.
flfr*. 6 *u
*ukeJ, bospllal eqtilpcneol
neat
Caukel, p»si^ com m ander;
” New Wlieelchairs
Ichairs Have Been —
4
/lit
By
VFW AuxiUai-y
; S Acquired
By
VP'S
i.
J
However, w arm weather
ther m
in
eariy June is cxpccted lo bring
nnother r i « in Ihe water. Cool
le past
tem peratures during thi;
)l( afler
- (ew days slowed the runoff
after
iraiures
. nine days of warm temperatures
and mounlain winds meiied rcciitcks in
ord o r near-record snowp.-tcks
thc mountains.
'
3onncrs
Some lowlands in the Donncrs
:d with
Ferry area were covercd
ts from
ivater, forcing two families
their homes, bul there was no
1 apparent threa t to dikes shielding agricultural fields and thc
;
lown of Bonners Ferry,
i
About 18 technicians from thc
!
U.S. A rm y Corps of Engineers,
.vere at
{
Seatllc D istrict Olflcc. were
Bonners F erry Thursday tn assist local officials in preparing
V (or ■ possible flood.
n i e Seattle office sentt 15.000
3onners
sandbags by truck lo Bonners
F erry Wednesday.
2 Sears b
have equlpr
equipment c h a i r m a n , said
W
W heelchairs recently/
10 Twin Thursi
Thursday,
been
been purchased by the
•r use
u.«c in Acqi
Acquisilion of the wheelchairs
Fiiiis
FsJl; V FW ,Auxiliary for
jR
r
a
m
r
cnmo
i's
iis rch.Tbililation p fO R ra m rc n m o ihrough the recent magawliich
includes
loaning
hospital
line
;sales campaign held ift “ L i
"'l"c
arge.
to
Twin
I'alls Couniy. Junior
■[
3r site
equipment,
free of chargc.
equi
whcujcliairs nre also available.
^B
persons
in need of suchh items, whcu!(
pers
hospilal
Anyone
In Twin Fails and JeMrs.
A
.
C,
Gaukei,
h(isj>ilal
Any,
Mrs,
----------rome
Counties
may
r
e
q
i
u
u
e
£
s
t
|
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j
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M
TT
111
come, first served basis. Those
XX
m ay
g.
desiring more Informationn may
call Mrs. Gaukei.
TVT,
Aid to the handicapped, conili
valncenis. ••rctardees and the,
vainc
noeily is an integral p a rt of lhe'
O ,
1
auxiliary w o r k . Nationally.}
JL «
members
dcvoled more than a
1
memb
In perper­
SEATTLE
(A P )-T h e first of million
m/i/loi fiours last year In
S£
iroups.
tbrce Senate hearings onil n pro- sonal service to these groups.
tnrci
n.il
addllion.
ihey assisted1 P
Po.sl
0.SI
posed
570.000-acre
nallon.il
park
In
adi
I»so
Ig vetin lhe N orth CascadesI opened service
servic officers In helping
:sses. InThursday with 80 witnesses,
in- erans apply for specific benes, schcd- fits
lr dede­
C l ’S eluding Gov. Dan Evans,
fjw for
to. themseJves a n d ih eelr
ulcd to testify.
pendei
pendents.
nal park
park ................ '‘ii“"‘'i'i"'>i'i'"""“"i''i'i'i'>‘
Supporters of a national
led off the one-dny Seattle hear­
ing before a subcommittee o(
{he Senate Inferior Commiiiee,
mmjiiee,
VATfCAfV C m ’ M P ) headed by Sen. Henry Jackson,
Jackson, 71., vatlcaQ dally newspaper
aper
Indians I^-Wash.
„yjsays'parbh priests m ay have
SEATTLE (AP) — Indians
Edw ard Bauch, conservation
icrvalion diffli
difficulty banning m iniskirts
from 15 tribes returned lo
to their Ed
chairm an for tho Washington
ishingtcn from
from church since actress
reservations Thursday, honing
hoping chai
follow Afpii
AJpinc Club, tvai- tha first
tvlf- ciiO'
irst wlfcfiodfa Carrffotle wore^ none
e
that industry w/Il soon follow.
(or a papal audience.
ncluded yess.
The tribal leaders concludcd
n«ss He has supportedI a park ( o r ,
mi
a .two-day meeting with repre- In
'n thc
“ past.
Miss Cardloale wore a
e-top
\
jark and blad
black, hlgh-n«k, knee-lop
sentatives o( Norlhwest Indus- Or
Opposing a national park
ence
‘•1
;e forest dres;
dress at a special audience
tries after pointing oul the ad- preferring
prefi
multiple • use
a.? mar- hhrr 1thow buslaest perform vantages of locating oa a res- serv
service managem em wa.s
-'
lon W.
Vashing- ers
ers 1and produces w ith Pope
ervation.
^ Newkirk of thc WashingLand and trainable manpower
ion !State Grange.
.npower lon
Paul
Faul VI on May I.
Pebbles, member
L'(
nber of
L'Obbservatore R o m a n o
were iwo reasons given. to at- Harold
Ha
tract industry.
the Stato Game Commission,
imlssion. said,
said. " It was a case ol e i" In Jian i havo IrJiinabJc
Iwlj:
>Jc tai- iw
ljiled in Ihe first group
■roup cf
of W&WonUni which wc p r tents. which make manpower
wltm
npower witnesses
nnd repealed the
Ier tto think was due to ImIm^
ihe com- (er
avoilablo to industry,"’ said mission’s
miss
opposlllon to aI nation- pm
j
prudence
rather tban IraKeith Ward of thc Bureau
o( al park
p.
'eau of
in tne North Cascades,
pude
ascadcs
pudence."
(iblcctcd ' mnn,
......... .........................IIM....... I
C
K16
l 6 fft.
t.
Indian Services a l lhe Univer- The commission has ob|cctcd
O n S a l e T ? . 8x
siiy of Utah.
.
bcca
bccause
hunting is nol allowrd _
CONTINENTAL
■AL
‘T h e land i.s olten lax
in rational
rn
IX free In
parks.
S f tV
1
I
STYLE TENTS
and frequently there are: build- Evans,
Ev
who had no prepared
’
ing* available on tlie rcservaslale ent, was expected to sup- p S f j
cserva- siatem
tion provided lo attract Indus- port his recommendation for a
MOSCOW ( A P ) - T he Soviet I
1.8 million
acre nallonali recrea- NpS
Iry," he said.
n
ccmenis (/nion
Union launched loday Its fifth I
O
ng Co, lion are a wilh various segmenis
Ward said The Boeing
JSC Innd Molnly
Molnlya communicaiiona_ satel«
could build n small assembly
w
sembly of wilderness,
multiplc-use
park
and reported all equlpm eni;
^
Vluckle- and a possible' national park,
lile an
plant on lhe Tulalip o r Muckleboard was functioningg norp;
Plenty o f sfond-upp comshoot Reservation and bc' wilhin Alter
AJi
ihc Thursday hearing, on bo:
■
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impany Sen, Jackson and olher senators malty.
trudiing distance of a company
fo n i 7-ff. 1I-in. c e n t e r
ascadfj, TJie
re ,
:
plant.
( Cour the N orth CascadeJ,
aro (0
The MoJniya salcJJffc.^io a" Jld
;
h 'eight W oier-repetfenf cofitains to
10 used f(
for transmitting radio a n d !
tro m the mountains
W ard said, "there are; a lot returning
retut
■
(Irst
.
.
*01
“ f'll tobdc. ^
television programs. Thc first 1
of bright young Indians
Moui
IS who Mount
Vernon for a hearing televlsi
m move Molnly
Molnlya—ine word m eans llghlrvatlon, there
want to stay on the reservation,
thcrt Salurday and then
^
:natchec ning-;
ning-w as put up April 23. 1965,
but they ju st c an't aJford to
lo stay on for
fi a hearing in Wenatchee
Ihc foi
founh last Oct. 20.
_______ Monday.______________________ Ihe
there."________________________Mom
p ; , - --------
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By WILUAM L. RYAN
(
ael slill
still coastal area of the della be­
cot
Zionist d ream th a t Israel
AP Special Conespondcot
Zionl
he cur- plots to achieve.
tween Ismailla and Alexandria
T here Is a way oul of the
lo which to meet
mti the threat of Anglo-]
rent ominous-looking Middle iU
iUitcr the 1956 imbroglio
re Will- (ollowed
natlonaiixallon of the French invasion. T he <!ecislve.
E a tt crisis, If leaders s re
follDt
was planned to lake place
Suei Canol by Presidentt Gamal battle <
in j to take it.
' Suei
rtlcular Abdel
A rab leaders In particular
Abde N asser of Egypt and the on the banks cf tbe Suez C anaL" i
ible to lubsequent
Frencft-Br/cish-fsr/(fsh-Is- In tthis account. E gyptians
(n the p u t have bettt nble
aubsc
lypilans. advanc
advancing into Suez w ere or^
IS were raeli a ttac k on the Egyptians,
raU onaliz^ when the chips
b tis ^
g ways Arab voices could be1 heard dered tto turn back until Britishdown, and (Ind faee-savlng
Is- French plans w ere clearer,
ns into again
out o( dangerotu lituatlons
agalr claim inB viclory. The I*h e way This, then, waa> a success(uli
which, from )hne to tim e.
e, they raells
raelli h ad driven all thc
withdrawal and not a M trta J. in '
vs.
sc rcK the Slaai Desert! to the within
seemed to back
seres
“ ' • ^ jj
Egyptian
g ^tii eyes.
What a ppears to havee hap- canal ag ain st collapsing5 Egyp- E
id cap- "The very essence of the m atla t the
pened In this crfils is that
ihe tian resistance and had
nalerlel. ter,” wrote Helkal, " is' Xth a‘il
leaders went so (ar out on1 lim
ilm bs tured huge stores of materiel,
let was there vwas no real baltle o’*^lhe«
r w ar
th a t U ls difficult to climb] back. What
What ended, th at connict
pressure of the In
in Sin:
SInal, simply because there
W Jat m a y be neeied JjI some
w roe tbe
the combined
i
0 — a united
States and th e , Soviet
Soviel was.no Egyptian a rm y In Sinai;
plaiufble excuse to do so
Unite
:kers to when llthe Israelis attack ed .”
j
claim of, a t le ait. a moral1 vlclovicto- Union,'
Unioi forcing the attackers
wilhdrav?;^,:^-*
Wesu
Westerners do not sell N asser.
ry.
wilhfl
iome. In short 1He has surprised them In,
'n te A rabs, unready inn pasl The
Thc w ay A rabs — some.
u with what be could do,!
w ars and crises to c arry high’p
high laces — told the story, it the ppast
spect of and it Is possible he c6tifd sur„_M»t9 U gh,«o«essfu!b^.,haves jn
mana n - jn
wasi the frightening prospect
is iSUi
prL^ them
t
In the future, per-:
agt^ to console themselves
with lhe
the w
< ise' and 'w lly 'N a sse r-in prfcw
roops tiaps
haps eeven with a m ililary sueClaims of victoiy. Top ll ee ^ r f Cairo w ith his protecting troops
rs (0 cess,
cess.
do not delude them*elv«j. but a t which
whicl caused the allad iers
But, In lhe c u rre n t' crisis,
lower levels Arabs a re able
ible to tu
turn
rn and r e tr e a t
But,
n ffel- sf«u(d N asser w ant to hack
Hassanein
persuade (henselvei th a t their Mohammed
Mol
editor o f. Al Ahram away ffrom an a ct o( w ar which
iMses were not really losses,
losses. kl,
W, chief
c
Mks for
(or could
cotiM bblow up the whole a re a. It'
lefeats. and at m an who often speaks
their defeats rtot really defeats,
n that
'T lie is possi
possible (or him to claim
r -w ith N
asser, w rote la ter on:1: "The
-A fter the Palestine-w ar--wiih
Nassi
threat of A rab a rm s sur-,
ar took the thi
Uw Israelis; one could e u of- tim
tin pple
l tr u th J s , no real wrar
^ the
roaadlng Urael had forced
ten .in* the Middle E u t an1 Arab place
P(ac« betw een fsrael aodi Egypt rouadla
Mj o!
IsraelU to abandon Id ca
ol;
tpened. In
When the Israelii forces Isradij
a o ^ a l s of
had happened,
k SInaL.
Sic
D e * ^ aaftresskm
-agalnst • 's iste r' Syr*!
rietory advanced
into the Sinai Desert,
te w s
* It w u , rea lly an Arab victory
advai
to p tian la.",
la.". TJ
The, Arabs.-.thua claim ing'
ircq-of
b e c a w ^ fto.coniW nod forcq
o f they knew th at the Egyptian
a i.D
» anolbv.vicion',
could, then almr
r i the krroy w as M t in the Sh»i.
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anotbu
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re'o
mer
down and, once «galn, waU
th a t ihero' w ere
'o n ly m
tr do
Ztedscs fnm i. oonq(f<rlnf a lj
li the
tne p ri and
a
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v a y (Rnn the'M editerraaean
|e n : At inixht be stronger u d . jnoie
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lg ra tin g i
"Recorded nutnmatlcaliy,"
accurate counts of m lgratinE
phillips beat a liirow lo ilic
TiiR’
ir-fiTtdingT]GrabnfY-^aidr-'‘
Jr«-Uu!_numbcrT
iirniaT M -'iU lrln-thir-findingT
G«!
________________ ^______________ '
toice p fh/iv
plate on a flcMer's choice
i y __
— ---------- by fdaho sportsmen, o f liny;of
linyiof (fi<;h pas!lnfi. Ihe date. tli<?
' w w
In the ninth inning nnd1 lh e Chim n ch
c h s of houi
hnur and whctlicr the fish nre
•r
sonic lags in lhe slo m
--------------------- —--------------------------------------c.lj
--------------- c.igo-Cubfr-bcaU-thiu-NaiiximiL.T..
inQait-SflL-jm.nYinc.. -Ul’Sjrcaii) or d o w n Lcnguc-lcading CIncinniiti
X . x n m s t c r A n t l ---------- f
l i S Ri-ds
^ S L
I f i A ____ s(urie_Df_the_sptiagxhinQalt-SflL-j*i'--^
By JACK HAND
Lc;
mon they catch.
stream
sire; ."
C in cin n ati w as n a m e d[ W edncs- 4-3 in the sccond game of a
r N E W Y O R K (A P ) — Cinci
will nnt retain lhe
rfl
Use of thc snnic lugs! w ns dis- Sieelhead
Si
A m erican League
t> „ .
Fool>>all doublcheadcr Wcdnesd.iy.
iJ
d a y n s t h c 10t h m e m b e r o t fh e A m c r ic n n Fooi>m)1
in thcJr .-itomachs, Gra> _£ O l J cloud Wednesday h y J.im es di'vltM
dt'vJ
o , B r a v e s
^^1'
W, U Pci. G.B. - T O
liev ee dd
a y in 1968. T h c a ctio n w a si bb ee liev
1Tony Perci’ two-run h o m e r in ^
isc rvation ihiin .lald, sn the capsules are atL e a g u e t o b e g in plla
X R. Graban, Boise consorvationihiin
^ ^
C hicago . . . . 22 11 .667
^
to their Ixicks about
1
cducalor for the Idaho F ls
is h and'tac'H'd
and tad'
to b e t h c la s t e x p■anslon
a n sio n of th
tl e tw o m a jo r p r o fo oib n ll }"«
Z -0
D etro il ........ 21 13 .618 l'/4 S p i
[where dorsal fins attach to backGame Department,
!wlie
. ! ? l ^ : C a r d i n a k 2 , ( L B ia fci ia n -._ ^ ._ jfi.J7
theeirir ITU
T n erg e r is c o m p le te d - in 4 0 7 f l.
------- le a g u e s a t j e a s t i m itiJ
t i l th
,514
5
---------- -- ------........... — . U«-iaid.fishermen f i n dd 1I n cc,bones.
bont
---------------P e te R ozcllc, c o m mmisis
s isolon ne er r j phjujp; b eat out n h u n t ll)
.lx:ft-hand- B a ltim o re .. 17 17 .50fl S'A "' rc tLEVE’
R
id
ATUNTA (AP)-lx:ft-handl^ D
( A P’)) '-—
" L eLeon
o n sucl
such tags should m ail them to The
Tl projcci is a cooperative
lopped S
I, ClcvcJancf
. . 17 17
wacnc
of th e tw o le a g uueess,, saiif
y
Ig o f thc ec r Denny Lcmnstcr slopped
Sl^
Clevct
saiU (hi
(hird in the last inning
«SJi W
agner's iw o-run hom
er paced the Bureau of C om m crclal
>mer
c ia l Fish- one Involving the i'cderal Bur­
■elipe
Alou
K
ansas
Ciiy
17
18
.486
6
a
Clev.
co
n
d
and
U>uis
on
onc
hit
and
Felipe
ansa
in te
te rre
second gnmc. stole sccond
u>'
J e ltS g ro u p s w e r e in
e ssle
le d sec
•;??
a Cleveland a tta c k lhat
c rie at Seaitlc, Wash.
eau of Commercial l-ishcries
lat powered cries
cau
lie
run
,is
M
innesota
..
15
18
.471
eW
the
Inc
1
c
a
tc
h
e
r
hL'ltcd
a
two-run
home
ns
Mmnc
-to . third on .c a tc
bul
il
Indians to a 9-1 victory
ill th e o w n e r s h ip oiff th c -new continu{>d
cot
'ictory over “f
“None of die three ggrroups
o u p s o r and the fisheries departments uf
Jcatcd the New Y, o rk . . 15 19 .441
^ash l
ng ee rro
rro r,
r, thr
thn Atinnta-Bravcs.ddcaicd.thc
cisio n
n J•I"’''’
inwards’ throwing
42 A7 ^ Washinglon
W ednesday
racc of Chinook sa lm oan.
Wasliingion and Idaho.
ay night.
raccs
n , called Oregon,
Orci
C A c
f ra n c h ise a n d a dd ee cisio
"’
day night. C
allfn m ia — -16- 22 ---.42I--Sil
K essin g er Cit
Cardinals 2-0 Wcilri'sday
Cailfni
uiitiin nn He
KessinKor
falls,_use
r s — fiflh sprii
springs..-5ummera,and.falls,
use One
Or of the primary purpose.s.
\n o 0
I t wa-i—th e —S e n aito
to rs’
®
could tic cx|y;ctecl within
grounded (0 s h o n m p L
eo C.tr- i
Leo
Crock's single wilh
nicr Cirabifn~yjiiJ,'
■■).?-t(J'find“ Sot^5
• " J straight
Joss,
Ihcij
Incif stornachs alter t hhee y ecriicr
Hra]
.W * one
»»
.......... » =■
liil
^
•
monlh.
. , denns who threw home; too Inic. „ui
„ u i in the third Inning
------wagi
g was the '
ning hom- frc.sl
frc.ih water,” G ra b na n said, of the
tl cause.? fnr thc .suhsianlial
W
agner's fourlh-lnning
W in s
P'luf Brown, form er hcnd
g h lc aap
p at Umo
Gatjllano
N ational League
er, his
hi; fiflh. c lim a x«ed
iguc
er,
‘'Th don’t feed a t aill
nTBrnwns
Cubs tied the n ig
li.n Cardinal hll. PhilI Gagllano
d a two- ‘'They
l! during fjsh losses during fi.^h passage
coach of thc Clevci.-ind
Browns, ^hc
'
got
y,._ L_. Pet.
pc,_ G.B. inning,
Inning, nine-hit drive
ing when iht.
ihcn walked, but U mi]“^‘cr
asier gol
ifliwecn the series of dams on
ihn Wiclhc, 3-3 in the eighth inning
ve against theli
their long journey in la na d .
iBirt
NEAPOUS hhcadn one iaciion. John
S T JA U L MINNEAPOUS
thJ Columbia nnd Snake Rivcd,C url FIikkI and Orlando
V and
nnri Ernie Bank.s singled off T
T.-d,Cii
ichers,
“Thus,
small internal1 capsules thj
.675 —
three
“I
do Cepcda cincin
C incinnati .. 27 13 .675
three W
' ashinglon pitchers,
' McCraw f»
former Dciroil Lions guard
( A P ) -T o m m y
ed •.sia
n er;to
5.Si.
,, lLoui.i
o
miniature s p a c e agejer';.
.606 3'A
cont
. . . 20 }3 .606
3’A The
TheIndians sc o re d1 four runs containing
■^‘a rte
r to fly out. ‘
former University of• Cincinnati
Cincinnaii
smashed three home! runs and ft
cfimwil! safmon io'^'ics
radios c a n be( "Spring
"S
.571 4i,i
tran
o n and
pinsbi
U nn TroiTroi! Billy McCoo! wilh tw oo..o
,n w.i-i the eif.hih one-hitter
ic-hitter in Piti.sburgh
. 20 15 .571
4(6inin the
the third n n d fivee more in franslsicriicd
drove in clRht run? Wednesday bbaskciball coach, anclJ U
IS of sal- between
Bonneville and lhe Dalplaccd in lhe stom achs
betw
.556 55 the
plac
tho majnr ieaguos this
is season. A
Atlnnt
tlanta . . . . 20 16 .556
the fourth.
foi
hitting Chi- lo.
a s the usually'wcak-hiiiing
ic Columbus bu.slnessmnn, head ”°s"™“
HUB pickcJd u p l,B
;
are believes to be from
his -|','1
i,rcc
n( ihem have been
Chlcn{
OOO 0011 OOO-l 7 2 mon.
mon Tiny wires lead fro m ihclles
ihcjles Dam
t
ccn In ttie C
hicago . . . . IS 16 . .543
543 i'A Washinion
Washir
ibardcd the t>
two of lhe olhcr groups.
.
cago W hile Sox bombarded
' ■
• fiflh victory ngainsi iwo
de fc als Nutioiiul
•<;,
.541 5'^
004 500) OOx—
OOx-99 9 0 stomach
ston
I'O dofcals
Uague.
San I-'
capsule oul o>f
f thc ra-|l5 to
1' 30 i>cf cent, and another
I-ran . •.. 20 17 .541
5'^ Cleveland
CIcveli
M inncsoia Twins wiihh 21 h lu In Ho:clle revealed that
,at two new
^-hich
Cincinj?,.
ri’sial -TO lo
:h
St I.ouis
MQ (100 noO- 0 1 8 i
.
), Hannan dlo
i< 40 per ccnt from McNary
SK Orlcga,
Line.s (3),
dlO signal iran sm ittinSs ccr>’sial
Anso.CJ
16 U .«412
!
M ,
a K-1 ro u t.
R
groups fiad hccn adcfcj
fo !Jce
cfcd to (he nati came ffom I.Hiind to tic llie
tlie aU
Ailania
000 020 OOx-2 3 0 ; ^
f
PrJdcfy (7) attached
to thc lishS nlo
o ssee .”
.10
■ iJarljnr Dams."
• ,,,
(4), ffunipfircys ( 5 ), Prjddy
atta<
■ The Sox-btoVe De«n
in Chance’s
Ch«nce’s hbidders J)ui. ccfusccl to-idenlily
to Jdenlllj' pnnie-ai J-2 -whon.D croti
• lij •'/^ und Casanova: T in nitt and AlA i-AAss many
r
ra n Jo h n -. .(
.G ibtan..and-.M tC arvcr; _ L c ; r ‘" ““ '
fish as p ossible
lie a rc so
—
Slrcak jn
ihem.
soven-gam e wlnnini? streak
in [1
son, sidelined since Mtaay
r aavv ee l USE-TIMBS-NEW/S
WANT.ADS
r T r - — T lantT -Z2-K—I^-Or-K -L r-O r- «juippcd«jul|
y 6 be- mnstcr and Tnrre, W — LemasNew
a n d - '^ s - - th eyy- -t tr
USE
L em as-tN
e^ Y o r k ”. ' l l ‘ 22"--.333-12^
".SW-l!!^ c u eer“V
resum ing first place
behind
te
monlFOR
FAST SELLING RESUl.TS
cc
n was expected lhat
lat thc new cai
cause of an injur>‘, doubled
Wilh m
mrr, 4-1. L-Gibson. 5-4.
upstream they a c tiv a
moniibled \vilh
IhousK
IH ouston . . . . 12 27 .308 14’,^4 lega, 11-5._______________________upsli
Gary P e te rs ' six-hit pitching.
{,
franchise would c o st nbout
nboui is.5
JS.5 the bases loaded.
ed
P
e
rez
'
£0 in
Iho iRose's single preceded
w the
Peters ccl/cctcd three hill,
hid, nmillion, the m oney to0 go
ling homer N
NFL under term s of the mcrfier hoi
homer in lhe sixth.
including a ninth-inning
Ihlrd Min- a,
agreement. The p la y ers
:rs lo slock
F irst Game
o il Jim Kaal. Ihe Ihird
0— 4i 7 0
I "
"
1
Cincinnaii 000 202 000—
:ago’s Kcn alhe new team, will come from Cir
nesola pitcher. Chicago’s
0 -3 8 0
^
cam s with Ch
Chicago
020 001 000—3
the
currcnt A FL team
Berry a d d e d four hits.;.
It
;ccnt
flddiNve.
vo hojnfrs
M cCraw'3 lirst two
hojnffi ^Miami, the- m ost reccnt oddi- IEllis and Pavletich;
Koonce
(8)
and
Hundley.,
W
Ko
V ere h it off Chanee while the •‘“''p exceptedid en looffthe
^2. L-Nye.^2-3. ,
the ninth, Milt Woodard, presidenl
the Ellis,
Ell
.
third, w ith iwo on inI lhe
king would
Home run-C lncm naii, P o r e i
AFL, said the stocking
would 1
^
was siroited off Kaat.
A
(6).
^
eacJing 1-0,
1-0, i(
follow the same form lula
ula used to (6)
\
Wilh th e Twins leading
nchise
The
Second Game
'irst homer
\ MeCfow bcitcd his flrsi
homer nman the Miami franchise. The
of 40
40 't)iavC/ftciansli
00- 0)0 000—3 6$ 1
tirsi In
in the ■'
wiil freeze 23 of
piay- Cir
1 with P e te W ard on first
pick-s two
ChicaRo
300 m 001— J 7 2
Cf*
ptck.s
two Ch
N. fourth inning for a 2-1I lead
lead.
C
' '^•11 Cincinnaii cicht
older
McCool.
Alicrnaihy
(.S) nnd
lliw i IA l
rrraw
'^ ch of th e eight older ^
y In th c
seventh. M
McCraw
man is fro- Edward«; Niekro, H ands (S)
/ smashed a noiher homer over clubs. After a n o th er d be taken Ed
and Hundley. W -H an d s. 2-2. L
.lli, two on, iC”
an;
lhe right field fence with
! , two more w ould
—Abernathy. 1-1.
igniting a seven-run spree
" ^
w r « for
fo r'''’"
Rozelie said th e Cincinnati
'
"
the W hite Sox.
franchise would g e t the same |D
f05—14 21
preterenlial trea tm eml
n i in the
ihe L
Chicago
000 200 705-14
31 II P
Tn. ■ i ‘ 1
m
M innesota
001 000 0)00—
0 0 - 11 66 J2 ccommon player d r a f t of college _
> rl.™ te . J j j £ i g l i t l l
Peters acxJ Martin: Chance.
P a
"
I
j
W orthington (7), K aaf (7) and "
Peters, S-1.
Z im m erm an, W — Peters,
5-1. ..The new Icam w;iil gel the - p
first and last d ra ft in each t j
L—C hance, 7-2.
*'
round, plus an e x tra choice in
------------ Home— runs.„-^. Chlcago^Mcf]
and fourih _HoySTON
i
— R
Roberto
oberto
Craw, 3 . (6). Peters (MX
I) .
' the-sccond,...tliird _ and._fourth
__
rounds.
.................. Clemenl'e's
cic
~Fiomcr 'a nndd - -Donn
However, the special
cic
cial No, 1 ciendenon's
sacrifice dy in thc
the
draft choice th a t th e New York eighth
ejg
inning helped the
th c PitlsII
Giants traded to Minnesota
hui Pirates 10 n c o m eback 7innesola in burgh
7tt Fran T ark en lo n deal, will 44 vicioiy
the
,
over the H ouston Asprccede all o lh er scJcciions.
^clions. The
tt'cdnesday nighL
9 in S
Vikings still will have0 first pick ^
ahead 3-0 al
O
of any eligible collegian
egian next ,u .
fjvj
rookie Don
T iy r
••
a
>■««'■•
,
„ wn
Wilson was cruising alo n g wilh
*
Cincinnati p ro b ab ly will go ” ^
V
i ■'"o the Western Division
^ion of the
t^? .?
LOS A N G E L E S (AP}-UCLA
P>—UCLA league along w ith Kansas City, ‘' 7
sophom ore basketballi sta r Lu- Oakland,
o;
^ d ' Den&!n: ^
WilN’. single chased
San D iego 'aand
across one run in the six th , and
cius A llen said Wednesday
nesday he ver.
v<
ha s ne v er used msrljuana.
uana.
f h e Cincinnati te am1 will
will have
have one out lalor Wiilie S targ eli’s
'S in
in cither
either seventh homer was good f o r two
ree on SI.- lo
T he 19-year-old is free
to play ils 1968 g a m es
rested and Ike
University o t Cincinnali's rui;
IOO t»if a lte r being arrested
tk
.h e a d « in
„
H H r'
booked T u esd ay on suspicion
isplclon of Nippert
Ni
Stadium o r Crosley J
M org an 's
lc. His ar- Field,
home of th e Cincinnati tbe
possessing the narcotic.
Fi
e has a
d for FriFfi- Ri
Reds baseball te a m . Each
raignm ent is scheduled
n
g
rro
r.
B B I'
'
00
for
footBl'l
Maieroski’s
throwing
e
r,
day.
ca
canaciiy ol about 32,000
w for
lo r foottoot “ '|j
: b a c k in
Officers ,?aid they found four
of Ohio
Chin the
the cifihili giving v e ic ra n floy
Roy
d'aboul
Janies Rhodess of
hand-rolled cigarcitcs M
and
about
uana in a
confident thal the
four g ra m s of marijuana
new 55,000-5cnt stadium , eslic a r reg istered to Allen.
J i
iv» mated to cost $36.8 million,
Police said they noticed
the
Allen’s
com pleted by 19G9.■ lory while permitting h is lirst
car p a rk e d in front nf
of Allen’s
home e a r ly Tuesday, and said _
nir
run in 15 innings this seaso n ,
thc autom obile had no liccnse I
i n s
Pittsburgh
000 OOJ 022—7 I!
1122
plates. A routine invcstigaiion
)o—4 110
0 2
Houston
003 000 100—4
Of the c a r turned up the mari- ---r - r .
Blass
■ I I
I
m
- n»
IRibant, Mikkelsen (55 ), Blass
iu ana, o fficers said.
I
'; Wilson,
■ ■ I |. ^
'
iP J lr
(6), Face (7) and M ay;
fjim an (7), Raym ond
(S>.
>nd .• is).
Allen to ld reporters, " I was
and
ffc Schneider (9). SemberaI (9) nnd
out w ith a friend Monday night, -n
1 0 - 2
Bateman. Brand (9. W - F a e c ,
and I th in k he possibly may I
3-0. L -U tm a n . 1-2.
•have le ft the m arijuana in my
’) -— Ron Home
runs—P ittsburgh,
Siarc ar. I h a v e never used
Bed mari^
mari­ NEW YORK (AP)
1
•gh. StarR oog.
gT
F.E.T.
________R
_______ Naw
Now__________
ju a n a ."
H
is drove in gcll
Hunt and Willie D avis
gel (J), Clemente (8).
700x14____________
2 .0 8
£
”
~ $ {1 S5 .4 S5
$ 1 3^ ,4
4 55______________$
~
ch o( the three
runs a p ie c e ns
IS the Los m
John W ooden, coach
th
CLA team,
D odgers bunched iheir e
national champion UCLA
learn, Angeles
A
^
_____ 7 5 ^ d 4 ____
.
$ 1l&
6 .4
5
-45_____________
$ 1 4.4~5
_
$14.4~5______________2
- - - - said: “ AUen is still onn the team hits
hi and defeated the New York «
8-2 W ednesday night,-- .
{
ebOxU
until w e find out whatt the whole Meis
M
2 -3 8
^
_________ $ 1j8^.455 _____________ $15^45______________$
$ 1 5,45
_
slory is .”
Hunt, a fo rm er Mci,t,^h a d three t
_______$
2 .5 6 _______
?$ 20
— ~$17
5 17 .4 5
_
^ 0^ '*
7 ^.455
ligh scorer hits
Allen w a s second high
hi and drove in Los
)s Angeles'
. rt«man» M
V
two runs w ilh a Iwo-oul
to Lew Alciijdor for the Bruins first
fii
670x15____________ $ 1 6 .4 5
~$i4.45
$ 1 4 .4 5_________
______________ $2 : 2 3
n ln g .'lS
^ ts
Club
la st seaso n .
dc
double
In thc fiflh Inning.
Davis
lowed with
Maalonklpt
N«<«
Ron F a irly followed
1
Allen Is the second member of and
ai
FET +1.S0
w a l ls o n ly $ 3 .0 0 m ore po r tire
tlr«
™ 4 |
W h ite vyal
th e UCLA basketballi squad lo nnm scoring d o u b les and an er•oduced ihc
Ihc
«• jr.so
lice.
rt>r
have a run-in wilJi police.
re by Ed C h arles produced
H?H
650x13
jf the
Dodgers’ fiflh r u n of the Inning. to'**
I' iu” pla'''«HI No Hcen»« te.
P rio r to the start of
ihe seasea-1>
f ' " ’*no';
I
A L L SS TT A
AT E P A
A SS S E N G E R TTIRE
UA
A RRA
ArN T E E
IR E GU
'Ole* for
non- j
in was sus- Los
Angeles 000 050) 003-8 7 0 <!''"«(■
0
son forw a rd Mike Lynn
V
“■'‘i ;
Switch llres now a n d:! g9 o«ft a greater
greolei margin of lafoly
York
100 010) 000-2 8 1 "
pended fro m the team1 following New
H
•* Sw
T road \W ea r
^ o r loM
a
Tread Llfo1 G u a r a n t e s A |g a in k t
e sslo n ooffaa Osiecn and Roseboro;
"
charge.1 o f illegal possession
roi Fisher,
m e t,
u a ra n te o .
. .
4
®
g
dl FAll
a iluFrae ilu
s . re s .
G uaron
/fl\ TayTnu
«v«mni of (uhing.
* G«t Ihe stability t h o ff m odorrt highw
highi oy Jpeod dem and*
Denehy
(fi). D. Shawu (8),
”
credit c a r d .
D
S Ev»Y ALLSTATEHill't
. ItItguoianltod
guoianlxd agalnil oil
W»
W« suoronlM
s»°'on'M fttod
trtod IIII* lor lh« numbor I
AVAtLADlE
»nd placedjlor
He w a s fined »00 and
placed lo (9 nnd G ro ie. W—Oiteen,
1-0364
9 loitgrti |i»rn isod
huia’di or
sr d«f*
Dd ho.o.d,
for lh.
,,ol menlhi d.ilgnoi.d,
w—Uiieen,
Ccii auiiBr. >«t.in» 733.03a<
dtilBnotad, II livad wooti oul
«* Sure-footed tr a c tio n th a t really ggri
rip s ths road
in.
lft-3, L -F ish e r, 3->._____________L
.ol trtod. ir III* lalli, v-» will
. lhl>
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ST. PAUHMINNEAPOLIS
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as he
. USGA rules covering:ie the
<AP]
to watching his Chicago
attended flagstlck and1 the
Is tc
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hite Sox smash 21 hits,
penally for unplayable lies
W hit
Boih
a n ag e r Eddie Stanky said
stroke instead ol two. Bolh
M an
DETROIT (AP) D
^ 0°! adopt a s law the USGA's
JSGA's
W
ednesday hc was planning
D alto
alto nn would
Wed.
Jones summed a second-innine
a n l|
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present both optional andd local
.home mn and_ri£hi-tm ndcr J im ruJcs liraiiiDft laflDCC the clcan. -' ‘Ii gness youM w y -lW i - - - .
clcanl^onborK make il stand upP w u h i- of a ball on the green—a
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calls
cen—a
c a lls for a cclchrallon," u ld
some clutch pitching ns the B o s- ,
t fetro
r o kit '
measure,
sSuUnn k y , in n rare expansive
ton Red Sox blanked the D
u,
ccudvc moo.
m o o d afte r the While Sot
Tigers l-O Wednesday night.
”If approved i>y Ihe exccutJvc
)uld gn bom b ed the Minnesota Twins
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l.oonbors. winning his fifth into effcct next Jan. 1 and nn
14-1 Wednesday.
game In six decisions, hold D emade
“ Tweniy-one hits,” Sianky
rf I ? '
changes could be! made
iroit to four hits and fanned I I . for a* t least four years.
said,
sa id , shaking his head. ‘Tvc
The Tljjers had Lonborg K®"?
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cach iimc he pilchcd his® w a y •million American tour, said
said it
out of Irouhle.
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es, iif made.
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led off liie sccond with , b a se Affeciing the pros mostly
O
hits, but Ix)nborg siruck o u t
^ 'h e
IV T ^
Bill Frcehan and got Ray O y le r ,u„
the ,speed-up. The PCiA lour dc- i T X d
10 hit inio a double play.
d in e d lo c,o
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u sG
npilonal rules governthe bases with onc out. l.onhorR
1 cleaning of ball? on the ±
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Rot Dick McAuIilfe on a ‘“
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BALTIMORE (AP) - New
George Scoll. who forced
gaU ,0 be picked up and cicancd
■d th e gall
m tlie
tlic Y
o rk 's Al Downing allowed two
runner at home and then
bcfoi
;n g o t before
every stroke on
«orKS
hits, sstru c k out 13 and beat thel
green
tuts,
Don Wen on a pop Ily.
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n.Un n B altim o re Orioles 2-0 WcdnesAl Kalinc doubled opening th e
,
day
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pigblh hul I/)nbarg struck
.
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iinrijcrf “Ihird-inning
homer.
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nf
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Deiroil
DOO 000 00(>-0
TV 41 1* club from f«twctn his le g s-in le ap in g Frank Rohln.son. Horace
t
Lonborg and Ryan; Mecl-ain,
c
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sco re d on ihc iwb-oui blow.I
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Ue th iis season and the SWlh of; ' '
Home run—Boston. Jones
(2 ). such players as Jim Fcrree,
_______________ Dob
Dob Shave. Jack Rule. Dean bis
tt a jo r league career-six
his m
Refram and Ray Floyd.
behind
behind the laic Mcl Oil who
idopied ranks'
r a n k s'fiflh on'the all-tlmi: list.
Several golfers have adopted
•ormer
002 000 000-2 5 0,
unique pulling slicks. Form
er ^ e w Y
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PGA Champion Bobby Nichols B altim
altim o re
COO 000 000-0 2 0,
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used what hc callcd a branding
p oow
w ning and Howard; Bar-j
•andlng D
Iron putter bccawe IC looked (y;r.
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like a branding iron. This would aand
n j gEtchebarren, W-Downing,|
□ I I be outlawed.
4.3.
4-3. LL—Barber. 3^.
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net in
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MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) —
University of Idaho b aise
se b ali
a ll Kent.
Kent England, prior lo the
Cup matches May 13-U- / ^
team has been selected to□ p la y Walker
Wait
the chairnianshlp of I
in the District 7 playoffs In th e 15 under
i
ic As- Eugt
Eugene S. r^i»iam of Ind/- / A
Naiional Collegiate Athleiic
wciaHon bascDail c om petition,
anap
:tllio n , anapolis,
representing
the Io rm eed
d USGA,
and Donald N.V. Smilh,
cfflciali here were Inform
l)SG
1450 KC
for
the
RScA.
The two groups
today.
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The Vandals ■will m eet
d periodically to re-examine
xaminc
YOUR RADIO DIAL
U.S. Air Force Acadcmy S und ay ,. the 1rules,
These were Ihc other rules
T he winner of that gam ce w ill Th
bO
o b ^ i? e e s e ' m o ^ o r 5
meet the viclor of the B rig
ig h a m suggc.sted;
sugg
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UNITED OIL
Yourg-Arliona State gamlee th
thee Abolition of the iwo-stroke
^
following week lo d e term
oena
irm in e penally
if a ball plaVcd from off
1
which team will go lo the NCAA {he
the ,green within 20 yards o fjh e
finals next monlh.
hole
hole strikes a lellow-compeii'
■s w ill to
r's ball. The penalty would
The best of three series
tor's
iay In appi;
apply only when both, balls are
opcn-at lr30 p.m. Sunday
Colorado Springs, If n e cesssary
tl green,
s a ry ., on the
the third game will be ppla
la y eed
d
s ti
striking
an unattended flagMonday.
stick
stick would he pfohiblied only
The Vandals were chosen
en fo r when
wher the ball is played from the
th e
the pUyoffs because of th e ir green.
gree; The USGA has Ihis rule
Big Sky Conference lille8 a n d alres
already.
I |J
because they have the o utstan
pr
sta n dd -- Provisional
ball to be allowed
|p
Ing record (19-7) In the N orth - only
oniy if Ihe ball may be lost (outwest, Frank Sancel, meml>er
jijgg a
em D cr jij
hazard) or nm of
of the NCAA selection co m m lttce Sounds,
)^„n
However, authority
and baseball coach a t the3 Un(l/n (be given Ior a local
al rule
versity of Arixona, said.
allowing.- under-certain’ condlAD
DS
S tio>« * provisional ball for one
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en to Isi^eli Ambassador A
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added "In Ihe absence of
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within the nrea.
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D«
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hai aimed a t preservingiSiaie
ip- some overriding
decision t»f*re
overr
■Thc
three
govemments,
nents, Eban by Secretary
Sec
of Sinie John] to Israeli iand some other shipain- p ast week,
‘T
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(h
Amendment • By
Vs
it
Israel’.s texistence and maintainwed
AP SpectaJ Correspoodent
Israel’,s
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contrary, aas by the Inlcrnationly of Foster Dulles
USS-should
Dulle on Feh. 11. ID57.lping.
ajor provisions discussshould they find lhat any
incc ing peace
maj
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sincc
petet betw een it nnd ils Its m
inr al-Cotrrt-Tji
aI-Cotfrt-T5f-JnstitT^,-ihirU nned
_had....ta-hlB.in«morandum-to-Ebanr
Ig lo jE
E ndlc
ili(>_U’nil£d_Stfltiis_had....ta-hlB.in
XVT
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'The
n d lerr .ilit.
ing the
the hMiddle East say: ''T
he these stales
sUtes was preparing
neighbors.
ing
IMS
.successive U.S. p re sidenUs
e n t Arab neig
ect Slates cn behalf
of the vessels of
ns to Dulles dclcared:
"With respect
b«
ilstFce actcd with other
U.N. nalions
dcli
thts
violate—fron tlS F S o r arliilstrce
o
w oi'i'ies_______hftve-^ollowe<l-two-basic,-paralI,™5
,rsb th ree --yvvei'nmenU
- ta k e - th
ts violate—fron
iral-—In
—In-th«-th e —p rw e n l—Israelt-Arsb
p)
■ss United
Slates
registry,
is
■Itain to the Gulf of Aqaba ond access
Si
heir lines,
tines, would
would, consistently wilh slop
stop an atlacR
atlat by Israel. Britain
opportunity of declaring their
ddle crisis,
crisis, St
Slate D epartm ent offi- opportunii
Ici policies toward the Middle
bc- prepared to exercise lhe right of
^ ing Ihercio
•rs of and France oo Egypt following
Ihereio — lhe United States be;sire ihelr
Ihelr obllgat
obligations a s members
Dcu- deep ihlci
ihlcrest in and their desire
rea.
c o n sljfr two policy docui
E ast - once again a crisis a re
a, clals cons
H ealth Aides^CH
rc- free nnd fnnjKcnt
passage a n d ,'
licves that
it
dia io -ils
tha thc gulf comprcnent the United Nations,
immcdiaioIls seizure
seiiuro of
ol the Suez Cannl.I.
10 pmmoie
the establishment
1
ir II menls Iss
Issued in tho ISSOs toI be lo
pmmi
Since lhe end of World W ar
nd to Join with others to secure rec­
r
mainienance of peace and
It W
10 of fund.in
fund.imental Import.incc.
and mnir
Ihc United
Slates has sought
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An the
Unl'
;hcir
c lr
IHn-g -PrrrfC
ipW T -or - the— s tj ^ ll:11cd
c d sstab
ta biltty
iiitj^H n -th e -erea -fin d -th
PrirfCipi
n l".i.urc nmcndmDni in The ddraft
u ll prevent
prevenl tFe arca^Trom fallmg
I iriparliie declaration wilh B^ritnt-uunalterable
n a lte ra b opposlllon to the use
conlrol.
.iriparliie
iiiU now hcfdr: tlir House has
has under
under Communist
C
nen t'nnin
in and Fran ce issued jn 1350
1950 of forcp
force or threat of force be:clal.i And since the esiablishment
Rovi.’iniiUT.i
liMiiti
officials
thc iw een anv
th at
been reaffirmed by the
an of the slates in that
in 19<8. the U nliied/nave
iie y ia v e bee
w iirricil brcaii'^c it would end of Israel
Isra
rving
cxctiuMions (ur doclors serving
agenj
luany federal and state agen- V
........
the ' •............................
The
agcncies incliidc thc
P e a c c Cnrp';, Olfice nf Econom­
■nom.•"'’iic O ppnriuniiy. Bureau of Pris.
Pri<;'
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cnnimi'Minncd nfficcrs serving
rving.
;i
■nclc.s
a', doctor-; in U federal aRcncies
anil flopartm enis. More thann «5
425
TViCCi
nro fuifillinR Sclcd^•e Scrvice,
1 ;,.
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ncnd-'
obliR ations. If thc llou^e amend-'
ve to
m ciit p.Tiiscs, Ihcy will have
lojI
b f rec alled,
: ,
■r\’ice
T hc Pcii>Iic Healih Ser.’ice
the dnclnrs to the agen-
ly. take action,
both within1 and
nnd
actli
IS, .10
outflide-th#-U nll«tl-N atlons,
to
outfiide-th«such violation.?."
p revent suet
T h i other document die d1 curreniiy
rently was at memorandum1 giv-
y
.
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Iment:
.Sourcos f:nv lhe amendment.
cause:
w.Ti w n itc n ii'ita the bill bccause;
■ - ....... . m a n y conf:ri'««nicn don't like’
like; •
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;: - . . . lh e
rcRulntiiins
'pcnniiiinR,
liiary;
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cl'^cinrs to niecl ihcir mililary^
the
obllR aiion bv working forr the.
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tk';>:itc witliin a week.
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prevent fr<
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.WANT ADS
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IM R U D E : a m e m b e r o f o Tw in
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e r fam ily a n d f o rm e r
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i y ^dee -Je ro m e ond n o w r e ssid
id in g in
PH O EN IX . Ariz. (AP) - T: w o^l
re sld
s iden
e nit w h o is c u rr e n tly
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o ise ro
Id;ibo men landed iheir crippled,
g,
■pp', !
‘ v oe lo p in g th ee C a n y o n C r e s t cu
lu b d lBuhi
(s a lso a s s o c ia te d w ith
pl:mo nn tl\e Clack Canyon free-;
IVO
in
islo n n n d wfw h o h a s b o o n a c tiv e ir»
'f/"-''
v isio
w ay n c n r here Wedne.sday aficrj
th e b u sin e ss. L et hhim
im k n o w
itie s.
Bloy
o y S c o u t a nr d O oM olay a ctivk'lties.
cnRinc trouble developed.
)f th oe
h a #s ioined.
io in ed th ie m a n a g e m e n t of
your n e ed s.
P ilo t Allan Edivard Vovles,
tiylcs, I
.
o r s a n iz a tio n .
CKOIS. '|
•i:, N nm pa. and Dob Nickol.':.
. ..
Ciikhvfli, siccred the crafi. 10
lo a»■■
led a ;
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li e BOX
n e .irb y field and summoned
icorporationifcf th e M USIC
T h e Incorporatio
to'.v-iruck.
t t e r an
and
[ow u s to Ibring you a b eitte
will allow
^alrol;
T hc Ariznna Hifihway PJlrol
t h ee
b igge r selection of m erchandise a t th
■nginel|
,
.
said Ihe craft developed engine
b e s t possible
o ssib le pri(
prices,
Ig offj
-r-.-’
tro u b le shortly after laking
from a Phoenix airpurl cn route
to Boi.sc, Idaho.
!
round'
^
V ovlcs said he turned around;
. .
a n d tried to land back alII the!
t h e , ___
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-free-’ ............ .....................
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te inl
w ay bccaii'.e nf the rate
in
adc.
w hich he wa.s Insinp altitude.
:cway
He sa id he picked Ihe freeway
___ in ste a d , of the desert becausc
t e ............- . — ...................
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ische
could se e no cars.
r
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DJ aarre ll D
1 ra k e is v e ry p le a se d to a n n o u nncc e
C BOX.
a te s in th e iVlUSIC
th e nn e w a s s o c ia
,
support forr iLs
Israel sought
sou
ust-of..lhc_GLlI_oL.A
'inl>aI .for
u st-o f ..lhc_
:h'ern
•shipping acc
access (o ils souihern
.shippinR
port. Elaih,
Elaih, Egypi now has
challenged thal
access by dci
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“T h a t’s Enough”
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LO S A N G E L E S (A P )D a r b a r a Chapman, 27, was
ngs
a t w o rk as teller of a savings
a n d loan olficc when an Im­
p a tie n t bandit who was cjuy
S
(0 p le a se came In.
S h e duR for money os the
h o ld u p demanded, and he
fim illy cut in: "Oh, hel{" l h a f s enouRh."
L n te r Donald M. Slulsman.
'»».
S9, surrendered to police and
w a s held on suspicion of
siQ Blne the holdup. Polko
s a id MIS was laken b Iho
ro b b e ry Wednesday.
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A U ta h Couniy man wa? killed
by liehtninf! Wednesday as thunihund c rsto rm s causcd powcr fail­
u re s a n d slowed traffic in many
pari.s of Utah.
myra.
E rn c.st 1.. Roach, 60. Palmyra,
w as in a shed when he- was
■struck and killed by lightning.
His son-in-law, Hyrum Otteson,
w as knockcd unconscious by (he
bolt.
Jn souihern Uiah, dust slorms
h a m p ered
traffic, whiler ' l nInll
n o rth e rn Utah, mud slide.i* andj
and]
fioodinR continued lo threaicn.
A slide of aboul 100,000 ions]
cf m u d and rock cut off power]
a n d sm ashed a rarage and os-i
say office in ParR City.
f.os.ses to lhe garage and car|
in side the Uniicd Park city
Cltyi
M ines Co. a«sav office were es­
tim a te d al S50.000.
C ooler temperatures Wednes­
fdncs-l
d ay c u t dnwn water flow ori Ihe
a lr e a d y llnod-rovaged American:
I 'o r k River, the Soulh Forkf
R a n n c r Slallon reported.
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P h ilip R. Blamqulst, Sail u
Lake
C o u n iy commissioner, said no,
m a jo r flood damace was report-]
cd Wedne.sday in SaU Like
c o u n ty Jn d all drainage clian-1
n e k w ere cleared lo carry max­
im u m capacity thi.s weekend.
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nw ay
lit m
runway
____In P a re, Bhulan, an>
are soo,o
some Dt
of Ibe women o! Ihe cily. Tlie
^
jairfield will be Ihc Ilist
(Irst in
In BViuian,
Bhuta VfliErc iftllllaTy pTepaTaprepara*
1 n j orc l>eJng stepped
lio
1
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illey B h u ta n P rep
re paa ra tio n s In ten sifie d To
Magic Valley
Favorites
te s
G u ard Aig
g ains
a in s t C hinese
Ag|
se A
g gression
P y MYRON I.. BELKIND
ELKIND •
A -i.OO^foot asphaltt runway at Under
I
a trealv signed
ied in 1950,
im
THIMBU, Bhutan^ (AP) _— pPia ro , only 30 miles trom
Inc is responsible for
Irmn TiUct.
Tihct.ilndia
nr Sikkim’s
Sikkim's
Alnnp. thc Infty ridfics
Igcs of the is 10 be ready icr small
cargo dcicnsc.
del
nw ll caTRO
ioicign a lla
irs ond
and
(fairs
easiffn Himalayas, three hours an
and passengor aircraft
ci>i
ft by early communicaiion'i.
Sikkim
<kim does
,'hy jetliner from the Jatilcfields nc
Jaidcficlds next year, l l is Bhutan's
utan’s tirsi.
iir>i[ not have a n army.
nf Vietnam, milft.iry
7 prepara- aii
airfield and will cuti iVif
ilic time \W iile Bhutan has a1 sm all dedot
tions
nre quietly being
ing iniensiintensi- be
betw een i>arn and the
lac
tie Himala- laclinient
of Indian m
ilitary in-niliiacy
Ified to guard against
Eainsi any yyaan loQthills in ladia
dia lo 10
30 str
siruciors, there a re no Indian
(Chinese aggression from neigh- mi
minutes. It nnw takes
kingdom.
es at
a t least eoi
combat troops in th e! kinpocnri.
{borifig Tibet.
S’
6’/^. hotirj b y JflntI vehicles.
!nc
g-D
hides,
fodin, hnwe.vcr, h a s-ae-sfrm
-s fr/rg
-o f
In Bhutan, a kingdom
that _AlliiQURh. oMicials-iRsvst-tUe
vRdom_lhat
rt
Dhuion’s
insist" 1115 aarmy
cam ps along D
huians
1had-no-road-|ink-W lth'lK
Ith'lh'ee out- ini
Indian-financed airiield
sol
Id is being southern
border.
sside world until iivC years ago, co
constructed only toI aid this /An undisclosed number
nber of Inj
plan.s
are being made
kii
le far a na- kingdom
's fledgling transportadia troops o h o arc based
J ic d in
iraasporta- {j/sn
In Iho
1tional militia. Nearly
irly e very tio
tion netw ork, they concede
concede it
it hills
hill ot the Northeast
Fro n tier
;t Frontiei"
m ale aged 18 to 38 will
i'lu get five co
could have a military
Ag'
ry role in Agency,
w here India1 fought a
Sirt topellicr fintir.
baking rmonths of compulsory
r, haking
ilitary ws
ry m ititary
w ar. A few hcUcopicr
tUr
c r landing three-week
w ar wilh Communist
powocr a ^J salt. Cream
short1
:am
training.
pa
pads also have been built.
Chi
•)Uill,
China
in 10G2,
cnmR Wllh sugar. Beat
ccc
a t in egg.
T he kingdom's small.
all. IndianIndian- jjn neighboring Sikkim,
the
the nDespite miliiary preparedness
cparedness
choculatc and vanilla.
c
a. Stir in equipped
arm y — about
5.000 m a in roads leading kkim,
about 3.000
(rcm thc
ihc in
in ^he a re a, there isi a strong
(com
slrong
/la ur, oatm eal and nuts.
ssoldiers — is being expanded
;s.
xpnncied by
by pjj
pia jn j of jndia often are
cingged feeling
fee!
ire cingged
among local government
mnfuls on
A'rrance by teaspoonfuls
on ’^'^'^cral thousand, according
:cording lo
lo by m ilitary convoys
moving leaders
|ca'
'S moving
th at the Chinese will not
t Flatten 1*"
sources.
buttered cooklo shrjet.
, (m
iroops <0 an d tio m iheif
viol
h etr hases violate
lh e borders o£
o t Sikkim
Silikim
ater
green-boretcd soldiers,
with B knifo dipped inn w
water.
ioldiers. oil ajc
along tho border wilhI Tibet,
Tibet.
and Bhutan,
and
volunteers serving minimum
minimum ,
of Gangtok,
—
— J - ---------ik. the
the SIkS ik ------------------------_,Bake a t. 350 di-Rrecs
rees until I,
five-year enlistment.s,
recelvc
e « iv c ,jji^
dclicately brown, tig :ht
h t to ten training
tj
in guerrilla5, wrarfare,
“ e s c capital only T l miles ^
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tho
border,
hear
tho
ccho
S
f
echo
fninutM . ^^akcs 40 cookies.
‘J
lokles.
which Ls well-suited to5 thc
the thicktnrcK- J,'? artillery from Indian troops i i
cup
forested, mountainous
terra-W‘[l) coconut; addI ’4 cun
IOUS terra
practice.
\ !
akes 60
60,
■] are about 25,000 Indian M
tnredded coconut. Makes
'£
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,000 Indian
AA a ii«
u soldiers /n Sikkim, according to ^
♦ » * nl
nlate gets (no thick add
liltla
iod 5 mU«
officials, ond a sim ilar V
JRON';
paraffin.
CHOCOLATE BONBONS
rfin Q“1
num ber of support troops al &
JbU N b
toothpick. to dip
” °*p ^bases in foothills nearby.
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OLSON
balls.
MRS. I . V. NICHOLSON
b
*XThese will keep nicely
Roulo 2, Filerr
nicely for
for nnr
w A A ^ ^ M OTWWOQgmwwaMMIiBg
m a w '
1 illct Oito (■/, po„„a)
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several weeks.)
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MACARONI SA U D
1 can Eagle Drand
2 cups g fa u d coconut
nut
MRS. JAMES RHOADES
1 tea-spoon vanilla
lerly
C
. Route I, Kimberly
I'A package chocolate
e chips
1 12-ounce package cookcd
cooked
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>i pound Paraffin
macaroni
2 cups finely chopped
1’
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W i teaspoon salt
can checse
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- Mix and chill -first• fl’^o
five Inin- >A cup milk
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leave
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witho buying. T hat.1 comlethlng
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urge to have something
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from BIba
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le and
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there to .se
lovely
.sc rv e you Is a lovely
collection of
o young girls (better
hubby on Saville Row)
leave hubb
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wearing th
the shortest skirts
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be seen in London.
Ronald Keith
is a newV shoe
H
om Oxford Street thattccomshop on Ox
It club
bines the best
of tho night
b
potted
{white harlequin
floors, potted
By PATRICIA KING
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racks,
' LONDON (NEA) — When1 is a palms, bcntwoud coal racks,
ore
Victorian furniture, m
more
discotheque a d i s c o l h e q uucc?? huge. Vi
discothc
s and wildly alive
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thecolor
colorhithit you head-on.
becoming quite difficult In \ the
becomit
itelves
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city of London to teli the: dif- Piles and racks and shelves
are ov
overflowing with exotic
ference.
aro
• ference.
cloihcs o f a l l descriptions,
>tIons.
A boutique
Is defined aass a clothes
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small'TWormal shop, Nn m ost Perched alop these ctothes racks
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r-typo
looking bowler-typo
cases ron by the p r o ^ e riors,
io r s , a re great
gre
hats, brim s turned upp and
. - . seUine
selling mostly exclusive' fash- felt hats
>rics. perforated
with huge Swiss
lonabTe
pcrforai
lonable clothes and accessories,
London, pop copiial
ipiial oheese-i:
cheese-iypo holes. O o -y o u .d ig
' In swinging
Bwini
They come in sand, grass
(he
ooff(h
e >world, that they do. And color? T
b rass, tangerine and spicy
more.
green, b:
ue In fuchsia,
fuchsia.
. ..Tliejnost fantastic boutique
lathcr
this mi
mod, mod clly and ond Yards and y a rd s 'o f feather
boas—you
you'll never forget Is Biba,
boas—y( name the colorr nnd
you'Un
lb of It's
Il's your
yours—nonstop vibrant beads
As you
enter, the throb
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Oscar :Brown discs, black. and to wrap endlessly around your
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By ROSETTE HARGROVE
cotipl,
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couple of y e a r s ago and produ^
PARIS (N E A >-T herc is really ed a m o n u m e n t to the n rt of
rolhinR new under the sun.. Take bathit
bathing in w h ic h marble,
!, wood
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■ tho "H is" and “Hers” Idea
panell
dca of paneling,
g i l t bronie and
id func,
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the dual bathtub which1 was llonal p lu m b in g were Bklllfully
killfully
M
laurxhed In th e United Slates
les not combi
combined.
BO long ago. Why, Louis XIV,
IV, the "So
"Somo p e o p le were shockcd
shocked
X
g rea t Sun King. bulJc himsci/
thj Idea o f a double bath,”
iscl/ a a (t tho
'•bathing opartm ent” In his
Is pal- he *a
said w ith a Gallic shrug of
ofj
aca of Versailles back In 1671.
,571. I t the sh
sho u ld ers. But lha Idea
;a provprov.
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w as the m ost sumptuous place cd
sr im m e d ia te success
ed an
with
ss
Y /jI a
wealthy nonconformists, unIK
in Ihe entire palace.
the w
)r, the convc
conventional business mannatcs,
fjy
Built on the ground floor,
i^natcs,
If'1
\ \ \ c l t
balh itr.clf Was made of a single artists
artistj and crow ned heads.
le and Dc L n co u r’s vogue, which
HV!
huRO block of RTCcn marble
hich he
he
W k A W m * V i \ h ‘'
lel into the floor. The centcr
center owes lo his inventiveness,!, taste,
RRl i l l | ^ | L i l \ \ U l f e l V u
il !;ent
Bf iW
J jM r M
w as fitted with an octnRonal
neat skill and
a w it. is now assured
red ond
l*-i E.I F4 V
larRC cnouRh lo accommodate
lodate nalurt
naturally m a n y of his ideas
fAJJ
as have
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(he kins and hi.': ladies, forr mix- been im ita te d abroad. Nowl , ®
brows awailiog
O j
cd baihing raised no eyebrows
awaili s h ip n w n t are a MrlJcu»riJcuM 'j
M !
s. On larly hand.som e pair of malain (hose uninhibi(ed days.
kM tm ^ U J S
eith er side of the room were
(wo chile ifaucet'!, p a rt of'thes balh’
•ctwo
[ 3 1E w iiw B L
bath'
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white m arble tubs, one filie<l room fin in g s ordered by
am
fy Ihe
(h«
M ^ m K
wilh hot w ater, (he other■ wilh Shah cot P e r s ia , wilh gray'ag
agale
fm
ate
F
fiflOile
t m B l ■ , Kl
cold, .supplied from a wooden
ooden ones ft
for E m p res.s Fara Dibah.
1 gF,
>ibah.
cistern.
De L a c o u r’s collection
n has
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Almost 300 years laler,, the many
i
maiiV more s o b e r creations.
15. Ono
TO I H W H 5
(win m arble baths of LouisI XIV of his c o m m issio n s has been
to
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ono for rinsing, the otherr for supply the P a la is de TElysee
Elysee
S M h Im H
ttim ulaling the blood circulation
e
ation with
willi an
a d e q u a to ba(htub
to
ub
M y ^ B 'W l b B H n B
—a praclice still indulged by
U req u ire m en ts of its
y the meel the
\
Its dis\
■ a h M lW I w B
Scandinsvikns anii tho Japanese
uiMC iinguUl
tlnguUhed te n & n l, Pre«idcnt
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—inspired Michcl d e Lacour,
Gaulle, W ith o u t any frills
ir, nn Gaulle.
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ills or
|H
enterprising young Parisian,
lantasl
in. to lantasles,
h o w ev e r,
briRR beauty nnd snphlslicallon
ration Allti
Alter tho Revolution, the
he orto the utillt!arian modern bath- Iginil
Iginii m a rb le balh. the p rid e of
0(1
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0
room.
L
ouis:X IV .-finished up a s a fish
Louis
M M m M g B
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De L.tcour, the son of a hlRhi a n eighboring property,
high- pond in
operty.
H i
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ranking civil servant, was hard­
hard' ■
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,
H
for this civiliz^iR mission. Dut S o l
h e . studied a t the Ecolc des
@
B eaux A rts and developed an x ' r
|b
Irroslstable taste for the nobil- I c
. liy and grandeur of t/io ISth ^
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ccntury.
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It occufTCd to him th at his f i l l
ncome
J
com patriots in tho upper income
brackets spent a great deal of
Ihe '
f
An o ld -tim e resident o t lh«
m oney and effort on (ho decorate ,i_ n T r a c t area. Lester
e r Mc,.
nMrf Salmon
Ing and furnishing of iheir apart'
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Gregor, w a s narrator Sunday
m enls, even in (heir kitchens
I .vl when
^
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hw
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(Inspired by Hollywood Inter. u ti a bout 50 people attended
lo rs) but the bathroom definitely c.in ,„
w as neRlectod.
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omaM c G re g o r gave a report
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Hc starled by designing omaiwavs
h is to ry of (he tract,. poinl-j
m cntat halhm om IHtlngs, always
■ntu^ Ing out the a g ric u ltu ral potential
inspired by French I8th<entury
nhins o * /''o
i f w ater was availclassical molirs — dolphins,
■ “ OF
shells
He s a i d th a t water Iss availm asks, cherubs, conches, shells,
te a d ^oft
'law s' ®°'<' »
d e v elo p It instead
- fau n s' heads and lions’ claws,
‘place letilng
flullngs and volutes — to replace
eiiing o u t-o f-slato Interests take
th e banal taps, soap dishes.
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towel rails, scales, etc., which Ha fsaid t h a t In the beginning
ro g u la r 6Bc
me of about 60,000 a c r e s were broughl
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la rg e 9 " size.
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relatively m odest means to3 give under c u ltiv a tio n , but only
th n t hitherto neglectcd corner
ner of about o n e -h a lf of .that amount
his home a flavor of classical
Is now u n d e r cultivation because
:sslcal is
«cauJe
antJquJiy.
o f Ihe
(he w a te r shortage.
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.
m ents can accommodateI two Deep C
( reep R eservoir a n d priv
.V
se p arate bathtubs, so Do Lacour
acour coded to N at-S oo-P ah for lunch,
^
applied him self to the problems
blems Other s to p s made w ere at
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r e g u la r 9 7 c
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normally Dei
D em o cratic, was coetested
la D etrolt’a 18th d istrict.t (AP wlrept
wlrephota)____________________
B E I l B ’S
pers)
pers) from
from babies. Toweling, a s
they call
calUit. clean, colorful and
practical,
practical, has taken over. The
most relaxing gear you can find
tubs
tubs like
like aa dream and Is actually'
aa stretch
stretch knit
k type of terry cloilv
fabric,
F aand T have worked this
abr c. F
fabric
fabric into
Inic dresses, shirts and
trousers, . short suits, sw eater
shifts
shifts and
and beach coverups and
bikinis,
Now you
you know the re 's more to
Now
london tn
ttian dinner a t Parks,
london
reading
reading the
th( tombstones a t WesimlftKer, .i.watching . the barges
mlnKer,
glide
glide do*n the Tham es under
wndon Bridge
and seiUng your ,
Umdon
?r
w alA by 1Big Ben.
watch
irgelt!"
I
Shop Easy! Ju st■Say "C harge
I [Tfen?
H
voile
i95frlsh
i95frlsh 1fh w c r printed voile
rhite
dresses
s ta rc h e d white
dresses with
'
very
pique collar
colli and c uffs. So very
vlSarage-tea-party-type.
,
vicarage-ti
Heafilnes
a re also newt in
in
Headline
ityle
London.
n e « re st hairstyle
London. The
1
ivenaround Is
Is Vkjal S assoon's Invenaround
tion.
the curly c ro p . Il's the
the
tion. the
you
ewrem
extremUt
ist.style In tow n, and you
ures
need
need neat
neat little d olly feaiurcs
to kMk
look O.K.
in it. To set' the
0
need
young Greek
Gre god sty le, you need
pro/esslonaJ cut
cut.
a realJy
n a lly good
f
and
u t2 lo
aabo
bout2
lo.2 l4 in c h e s on.top and
a seml-shingle
a t th e back.
»eml-shli
IJ S
In the U.K..
a s in ihe U,S.,
'
luiigfashteirha* b e en-goitlng yoangfashteirha
:oalc
er and younger.
A nd at Foale
yc
andTuffin they’v e reduced themSselves to ste alb ig nappies tS
(din-
irend with a shop. And the newnewtrend
kick,
est trend Is the psychedelic: kick,
ItlcolThe shop Ihas flashing multlcolored ligh
wall
lighlsu over- ihe rear waU
- th is
and over the front door—this
excitalone makes
maki shoprlng an excitIng expericncc.
•
experie
to do
Another
do
Anolher Idea here Is to
joxes.
away with cardboard
shoe boxes,
i
Bd in
Ail tho shoes
a re packed
in
sl
lining
polythene and they are alnuig
polythene
around the walls in special1 cupboards. Tl
Thfl safespeople. a r e
boards.
lh.il)
yoUrtg and "clued tip" (with.il)
lldest,
and they c arry the wildest,
youngest shoes
your toesI can
i
into,..............................
slip into,
iloane
At
Jaeger's Boutique on Sloane
A tJaegei
reiscs
Street you'll
find knit dreiscs
you
Ihnt look like tea cosiesI and
•
1
| ^
colora'for
m ^n ond
c o lo r i f o rbofh,
t
/
B
..'.‘. ccomp*
o m p a r * a t 1 .0 9
»n.‘A ljiw lth . . ,
' r . . . ;.y'om
women
.
1ff77
0 7 le
n w i, Chblcal
lens
J ,/
Honary move *t Johnson's
/M ay 35-24. ’ 957
Byron A. Johnson, Susan Myler C « i
“S v
ing. And
t h e ---------ise Conferees
SrA
nJ a l his urging,Ig urgl_ _
___ S
and A ^tiw i^Lcon Sant, 'all
tJ ]
m JeZ oSenate-House
Conl
^alley-Studeiils_
- 78 Magic ¥alley
move w as made to restore ^
1' 1 ' i f
— _
them.
1 ^ 1
Wiliiam A. Zollinger. M alta; A «
paign-fl—
algn-fi- • B H
Fax liice
Incentive—— jnancing
"’SfielvI?fg“o
Sfic'lvltT1law
i f“tliB-c*m
i” rai
On Tax
and Jerilyn
Kay Agree
.^ 1 1
te Fr<
From BYU ■' _ , Julie
£FuhrimA nran.Alder
To Graduate
ory for m M
was a victory
Melba; Dean Alma
”
Ellon
Mitchell. William
IJ. Carl
A total of 7B Mngic Vnlley E
lk
rcsidi'nLs wili rcccive degrees Pino.
Pin' Brent p . Richmttn.;raoroas
:onvoca-R.
Friday at the sprinR convocaR. Taylor. Wandal William
Darlion Dt Brichnm Young Univer- Winn.
Win Francis M. Woodard.
'
win Scarle Martcll, bBeverly
w e riy
Rity, Provo.
win
They includc Linda D urfee.
urfee, Ruth
Rut Jolley. Gerald Lflwrcnce
B X " aall
ll
nnd Floyd J. Bell,
• Almo; Mnrie Joyce Cox. Dan R. McDride
Mci
Buriny.
Davis ond Dcnni.s Neff■ Orton. Bur
J- Jerry
Torrv
lowland. Olhcr
gradufltca Include
Buhl, ond Cheryl Ann Nowlnnd.
0
ice
B
^
!C Basil R. .Sielnmeti and Bruce Bell
•Cle"0 Max Alien. Monic
ckie Ley, K
boih F^en; Jackie
LeCarlson, Trent P. Kitlcy,
K urt
urt Kenner,
Ker
ul Lawroveland, Roy
A, P. Lflub, Bulb Ann'Loveland,
Roj J’ctersori, Filer: PaulFLawre
r
r
v
a r r y R. enci
ence -GcrUeh. Gicnos ..Ferryj
Irviiic Grant RcricUer.'LBrry
on' Hazy. D
Raymond Anderson,
lla ^
LoMon.- Robert M. Bray.
D arar- Steven
Ste^
r ls
Sherry Rae Annr i W
Morris
rell Lee Cheocy. D arrell J. D ar- cllon:
cllo
andever,
Jedbcrg, and Jaylynne Kaye Vandever.
ringlon, Richard G. Hedbcrg,
ryl
arth boll
both Heyburn, and Cheryl Faye
Roccr Nelson Hogan, G
G arth
«,
Curtis
Barker. T. Garv Morri.«,
W ayre Kolyoak, Vernon F.
F. JolJol- Bar
[oblnson.
le. Ann Nca
Neal Perlclni. Helen Robinson,
•
ley,_Owen_Lec_McBride,_
Hal camp
campaign (mancins law
low unBy JO E HALL
Iial
Mackintosh. Minidoka; '’ j^m"'es
James
- Sen,
h- Rol>
Rob- WA:
WASHINGTON (AP) —
Sen- less
!«>» Congre.M'revives l l .
Edw ard U m o n , Murtaugh;
■so and
ontJ
jjp h n Burch and Lynn
vrin .W. ate-Ho
ate-House .conferees a g_ r- e. e, drf Leaders of (he House
*
Senat
e
expre.ssed
hope
thal
*
rf-nV boih Oakley, and[EElaine
laine Wcdne
Wednesday on .a compromise
promise ^jj,gy
c y can win passage lo
In >»'•;
both
^ciba
Neibaur
Blunck and Douglas
hiii m
Douglas ijiii
lo rcJtore m a jor business
business chambers Thur.<day and
nd send
tax incenlives suspended
ed la st (he bill to President John.wn
n.wn be_
GmduaiinK
a re Pam ela
ai to shelve the presiden;la Ann (all and
Tcsldcn- fore Con«
Congress starts ilsI MemoHnd^i
Hudson. Robert E. Ball.
11. F e r - --------------------------------------------------- rial
rialDay
Day rece-is,
la
JeanKaren
Sue
Pendergraft,
big
Allen
The
big
compromise
on the
lhe
Karen
•
"t!
and Donna Marccnc
>1arccnc Reese Sanderson, G rantI Reilly liix
tjix incentives
incen
was on the
he effec^ McBride
'
Walyuisl, a ll Rupert, and Conrad Ward, Kenna Rae Webb,
le 7 per
)b, Ann live
uve dates
date; to restore the
HarrelJ TTiorne. I.C Grand
hi. Bedford
flcdfai Williams, Harold
and Af,
Invc
Id D ean cent investment
credit allowed
nJlow'cd
Dtlworlh nnd Noel Myron
Lamm
lulpmenl
n John- Lammers,
Dee Alan Pender- on machinery
mach
and equlpmeni
Shwhon*. ----------------on—
Jn::
---------- graft,
graft, R onald-V ern-Sm iih
lih'-and
"^lid arid-fuBt
arid-fuBt ta x -w rllM ffj.-o
n -in
er, a ll come-producing
buildings
5s such
Jonnie Lynn Campbell. Kobert Gary Packer Carpenter,
come-proe
Jon
Tients.
1
)1
Hunt,
as
factories
and
apartm
ents,
E
arl
Sorenson
Jr..
Joseph
1
ph
HarTwin
Falls,
and
Carl
Paul
factor
^ rl
suspenderrill
R.
Tho
incentives
were
uld
Abcfiglen,
Larry
John
ConDavid
hn
Stephenson
and
Merrill
inc
old /
as an anll-lnflanll-lnflanolly, Candace Babbel Croft,
ed last October
0
Croft. Hunt.
Hunt, all Wendell.______________ cd
nolly,
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OAMIU-
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Libi
Liberty Lobby
Gro Is
by Group
■
j
...
WITH A PERFECT thrte^year
r«e-year attend
attendance record In law
school a t tha UalversUy off Kansas, Fronk
Froni Kirk, Kansas City,
Mo., was handcuffed to a> statue by some
son ol his "friends,”
- i n • plot (0 spoil his pcrlcct-record^H
oi
cct-.rceord^Hout6vcr,aip<m-hcathig-______
of the prank, Jam es K. Logan, Dean of
ol Ihc school ol law,
moved hli class outside. Here Mr. Kirk
KIrl ll.stens lo Ihe lec; tu re a s th* class lakes nolcs.Jn.lhe.
o lcs.JnJhe boc
background.
wireI photo)
Pho(o)
____________ -
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Sen. Alb(
Albert Gore, D-Tenn., and |I Q 3
his suppo
lack for K G j
supporters and a setback
gen.
Sen. Rus
Russell B. Long, D -U „ W M
guihor of
ol the plan passed by Q C H
author
Congress la st year.
i-fha
^ c presidential campaign
aign flI
nancing law
could have• made
milno in government funds .
J30 million
available
available, each to the DemoDemc^.
c ra u and
am Republicans In next
year’s campaign.
ca
However, ihe Senaie rider,
Howeve
adopted a fter seven weeks ol
of B i d
bitter dispute
over the Issue,
dl;
he fund
mftkesJnoDCrative
both the
njakesJiH
raising prftvlnion
p
o f - t h e 'llaw
a w-—
—
off feeIncom e tax checkoff
feaa $1 Incc
llsburse vturc—and lhe power to disburse
any funds.
fund
NTER!
SHOPPING CENTER!
BLUE LAKES SHOPPir
T e i r
T
w in Falls
Tw
Foi T lm es-New »
Exj
Explained
Atit T. F. Meeting
By BONNIE
BAIRD JONES
BO
ES hut shouli
should be avoided It at all
Tlmes-Ntws
Staff Writerr
possible.”
Time:
possible."
Mr. Stumph exafcs- plained.
Liberty Lobby Is a profesplained,
Llbcrtj
isldiial
jsldiial lllobby organliatlcn ded- This is on of thc policies now
:rva- being considered
hy the Board
: icatfcd to
con
tc adoption of conscrvajtive mci
measures in federal gov- of Policy,
Policy he added, and the
ernment and with a membership
pt
•ship Lobby position
on Immediate
of appi
approximately 200,000 of withdrawal
withdraw! from Vielnam and
1,500 reside in Ida- U
u.sc
nu
.SC of nuclear
weapons will be
which same
sc
ho.
onnouncec
announced in the ne ar fulure.
This was the report of Joseph
p
seph Other policies
opposed by the
Lobby. M r. Stumph exStumph Jr., MO Jefferson St,, Liberty L
Twin Falls, in a meeting Tuesues- plained ao re foreign aid. Civil
icm - R ighu laws,
thc General Agreeday nigl
night for local area mcmla'
Interested persons,
ions, ment of Tariffs and Trade,
bers and
ar
Approximately 15 por.sons at- rccognliion
recognliio of Red China, tax
:tended the meeting a l thc home
ome supported housing, world gov.
ernment, 1and federal controls In
,of Mr. Stumph,
S
education, medlcol proctlcc.
I Membership considered to3 bc education,
persons who make a monlhly
alsi have taken stands
ithly They also
I
persons
pledge f(
for support of thc organI
gan- against four
ye ar term s for
liatlon, pay a U "poll taax."
x ." congressmen,
congressn
ond all trade with
.
■com pare at $2,98I
w U P
Either of these qualify the mcmcommunii nalions.
icm - communist
bers to
to \vote as a member off thc The Lobby
Lol
supports the right
\
fH IA A
Ibers
$ 0 0
of Policy.
lo keep and bear arm s, ta*
A
.
Board of
Ider- equality.
equality, Investigation of Ihe
i\Other members a^e considercd to b.
be those
.subscribe
dept
v<A
I
ed
irlbe stato departm
ent, outlawing th#
per year lo 'th e Liberty
lerty Communl;
Communist party, favor a pro\ \
■
a t K p<
thc American foreign policy, fewer
V 'l
Letter, a publication; of the
lorganiiaiion
circulated during
con
irlng farm controls
and realignment
D
ocron* polyester a n d
]organiiai
Docron'
the months Congress is in ses- of political
politici parties to a strict
^ V yy
ccotton
otton belted shorts ‘nn
sion.
These members do not liberal-conservative
llberal-cor
system, and
r:!/
shirts, A ssorted styles
f,” "- .J*]
vote a s the Board of Policy.'.
m any other
otl
conservative pol*
soli
yJ
In solid
colors, g a yy
w
.
'ash- Iclcs.
Mr. Slumph is one ol IJ Washiin^
on Irepresentatives of tthch
-----------------------e
, ington
—
£ r ® * y 8 >5^ l E , ' ^ ‘A W
u
pprlr^t.l
rit'tsl 10-18,
If
[organlra!
' organiration, malnlains headB S K oj
iquartcra In Twin Falls and D c l l C
'ash- _
A
j works iiin the slates of Washington, Oregon, Utah, Idaho,
T
I ington,
Monlana and Wyoming, He X j A O
.'A
Monlana
"vl
moved there last August when
addiliom
addilionai Washington repre- K 11 I 1
sentative
sentatives
were named and
sCi
a reas served
by each were made
BOISE
nade b
o i S E — Stafe T ax Collector
smaller,
smaller. M r Stumpt Is a native
riv d e Ko
'< ve Clyde
Koontz reminded tazpay*
of Utah Iand his wife Is a native
r wW
Mednesday
l
' “ ve e„ rs
th a l beginning
of Twin Falls.
,
May 31 the "occasional sale” exStumph outlined plans‘ fof
for emption
.m n tio n ^will no longer apply to
r > f4 L ;\
Mr. Sti
the "Liberty
"Lib
U nk," a telephone
je lfnrope
'■
hone self-propelled
m olor vehicles.
commun
communication sysiem nation
M r Koont*
Ktv
“jo "
Mr.
said the 39lh legls.
which Liberty Lobby plans
wide whi
ians ia tu „ repealed the provision of
m
in Iho near future.
the
a i« ta x a c t tliat exempted
,
the «sales
m
.In Ihls way he sa id ,_ ^ e n! fm«„
*'” • }?®m
from sales
tax vehicles of no
M
mecf{ate aclJoo Is needed , 1,to
>h>r two In a twelve-month
mediate
? ™oro than
Bg
h alt liberal- legislation, the period.
I' ■■MlfffrmHia M tta a B ^
U b b y he
n
headquarters In Washing,.
“"B- T his I n c l u d e s motorcyclei,
seni
to n . sends
out key telephone automohil
aulomobilea, trucks, buses cr
^T, „
Icalls and In turn the 300,000 sup™fit
®"y
propelled vehicle r«<iui>
rtera and their friends wUI
wUl ed
lo be registered In the state.
alerted to coniact their con. ” 1,
^ alerte
Any such vehicle will be subiect
.
grtssm en to com U t to
the sales
pro- tatox-sales
a fte r IMay 31r Mr.
. • KoonU explained.
a
**Mr, Stumph said Tuesday
Increase In sales ta x reveooe
'•‘rt from this source will In part
replace th a t lost by exempting,
■
against U.S, Sen, Frank Church, orMcHotl
prescription drugs and purchases
r
D-Idaho. ,bul most certainly" it made- by
6v .nonrproflt educallonal
■ agrees with the movement
W
i
Institutions, hospitals and canal
I "We feel Sen. Church Is ve ry comn*nift
companies, he added.
liberal," he said. "What we
ib
know about
the recall, we a re m - n
not allCTWcd lo give out.”
T . r .
As, for the John Birch Society, 1
V -e B »
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IAL!
BJ
BARGAIN!
V'
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be
b o n d e d
2 - p c .
W
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/
a» r e
j e rr ss e y
p rin ts
w r in k le -fre e
»
p e rm
n a p re ss
!* K S
m m a ic a set$
|
IT T
c o m p a re
%
$ 4 .9 8
H
B k
Woonderful
W
r
H
's In'
In sizzle prints
trav e lers
ta te jersey bondop r ppolka dots. A c etate
e d to a c e ta te trfc ot.
o t Elastic 'waisteveless top.
s k irt. Zip back sleeveless
top 8 to
- skir
18.
;e ir
CHARGE
IT!r
“ dSales Tax
Exemption
Ruling Listed
m ff
w
^
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^
h
IZES
WOMEN'SSIZ
iris
jamaica shorts
'
PUYJRIEF
for sportswear
;ar
1.49
compare a t $1.49
9 9 c
m
i
compare at $1.29
L.29
c o m p a re a t $1.49
49
A cetate, cotion a n d rubb e r p an ty holds, m
olds.
Tioids.
W hite. S-M-L
n y lp n stre tc hh
'
SWIMSUITf
SPLASH
^
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com pare a t $3.49
compa
67'
:77'
ton
Elastic back,
1
tw o-button
Fly.
bar»d
z ip p er fly.
bartd front,
fi
to 7.
7.
33 to
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w ^ a lk in !
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hop:
HOPSACK
ced fr(^r
fr(^m
Priced
/
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bathing >ulti in solid col".. ^
or*. Cbi»|c«-o f rod, royal* :
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er iighrl>luo In size* 7 to
14: Buy nowl . . .
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ccotnpare
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rMeh!i?.n«^.wall(i8hort».,1fj
°a .. -,
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-n o-Jron'blend
no-Jron''
blend of;cotton,._i^- ;.,
pbiy*
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light Wue
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general agent for
cSierra
rJim
l i ^ lWinkle,
n ffe Insurance
U
Company's • ,
^
Magic Valley Agency, w u -r e /'
cenUy honored tor six continuous years membership in th o .
mtm tnly S a k s Leaders Club.
n « - a w a r d was made to Mr.
Winkle, lop Leaders Q ub ageitf
^n
« reeeot
? Uw company,
Sales S em inar ,
Wayne Buckendorf. Dale Rockwood and Frank McMullin. all
local m e m b e r s of Winkle's
J
Agency, !also attended. Mr. Rock-
years Leaders a u b membership,
«nd Mr. Buckendorf w as awarded a ptaque for four year* membershfp. Botfc men w era hon«^
ed for tbelf sales contrlbwUon'fa
t.,u helping S ierra cross the IlOa mil*
He added Sen. Church Is Just Ilon w life in force m ark In
one 0/ a number of liberal w n^
January.
ators who should be recaUed.
U oyd Walker, former Demo- ^
e i^ .M a rF
cralic-SUte-ChaJnnan ef ldaho;
tn< Ja-T
and
a Twin FallS’ Attorney, at■, tended the
tl T^iudaym eetln^ He n p f o
(ended
t
w a lk in g s h o rt
s e lle
e cdt i o n ' o f
C h o o se from a l a r ^ se
Cl
fui w r e a k s
I
I
j
”
Cool style
In 'b lo c k o r
ity
nnaa tura
tu ra l. Rubber s o l e .,
''
heel. 6 '/j
<»ns«rvatlve groop*.
•'We feel a ll conservative
organliatioru ihohW UBlte under
Repi
the Republican
P a rty , but un■ihu
fortunate
fortunately Ihls Is not possible
a s there are loo many liberal
Republicans,"
be
said.
,
Republic
' 1 Mr.
added his orgaM j ; JStumph
l
X
.doS w » l.h 10 K?vt
national impetus to the movemerit to recaU Sen. Church and
thus mal
make him a m artyr. ,, .K••The m e an ' ts and should be
. handled ^ . pw ple within “thel
m
WREA1
EATHS
.
T .F . In s u ra n c e
«Hy A g e n t I b H o n o re d
^
policies and most a re sim,iu
J ilar
to tthe
h ^ b1 e r t y •Lobby position.
n e two organizations are not
?:
affolatea be taki b a t both a? re
affiliated,
*095
^
MEMORIAL
}RIAL DAY
compare a t $2.93
■A
compare
at $1.299
com p:
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several ether liberals i n 'ttho
he
VWnam sUnd In lh a t the Lobby
VWnam
fav b n withdniwal, I but: only
afte rr vtc
vtctorv,
^
afte
th a t
“"O
O ur
u rttenUUve, position Is th a t
the t/oJted .jiu tef should sta«e
an j d l out war In Vietnam and
S « p ia iW w " te e l t t i W
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A)—Only
WASHINGTON (N E A
)-O n ly
recently programmed, the now
DepaftrrttaLoLDcfeniie computer digests inlortT i^binn
-aeven
In-seven
H P ^ I categories—name,
date of birth,
catei
tervlce number, rank, home of
nd cause
rccord. date ot death and
rcco
of
death.
ofd<
tho raanaaA button il pushed, the
A
chine
Chin< blips and whirs and out
^ H p n com<
comcs fatality atatlsiicas of the
^ ■ T l war in Vietnam.
For example. In the! Uniied
iment In
aix^ear involvement
• States'
Statf
«uih eatc
■ |q &
and-around that little aouiheatc
tndie:qiilckK y S
iqulekAsia nation, the machine
vo-ihirds
V V m ly re
reveals that nearly cwo-ihirds
‘A in the
W
• of U.S. servicemen killed
Ihe
war have been belween the ages
" F i l e r f l a s --------G ra d u a tio nu
■
E x e rc is e s
I
« r e men
of 18 and
^
the list.
ai 23.
list. Also, there were
O r. there
has been', only one
t
«,ho Jlsied their homes 0/
17-year
17-year-oId
American killed
I W est Germany.
iiilled over rccord
record In
Mexiny, Mexth e re , (A 196S PenuiM
n direc- |eo,
ton
|jo , the P hilippines, Guam, Put i vee-p
- proi h ib itcd _ a n y future
tlv
Rli
Juture as-<,rto
as- erto_R
lco, th e Virgin1“ Islands,
w in d s '
------ !
sign
m eent of 17-year-oTds
loIH e Ca'naHa"
signm
Ids Ionite
CanadTahin>OTir-------- -----w a r zoi
list now,"
How"
.. deaths
.iM ih.
c'asu a ltie s we list
O r, am^ong officers,
wVesman,
tt.?^ir^ »®>d
n um ber
bered IM second3’ lleuten„
. " JP ento^on j^poVesman.
num
of Jan.
/im " “J47
ro Jlrst
ffom ‘h e period of
Jan. 1,
1,
ensigns,
a n t j or a n t j o r NavyW7
>•
or Nnvy lieutenants
Ileuieno lieutenants lieutenants
in
J caDiains
(ju n io r grade), a n d 353
captains•''dudes
™ c s c o m b a t casualllcs in
(junior
J
(u
wlh VieiNavy
} ' eria l) and South
or N
ay lleutcntants.
:lghboring
lost the
**
• “s neighboring
O r, California
has lost the
O r, i
s, Camboen —
f a r g e jt nttmbcr of men
-■ 6S3.
6SJ. countries,
countries su c h ns Laos,
largeac
*0.'^.
Naxt-cQm
wilh 5W!
523,
•‘0.“ T h ailan d .
N
axt.cc ei.N ewJ^otkI wilh'
S3, Texas "U p tuniil n o w ," thife spokesPennsylvania
w ilh <S3,
P ennsy
:pt a card
k 379
ith Ai
AAi, Illinois .with
379 and
and man
man said,
sai< " w e have kept
wwith
file
killed InI the w ar
Ohio wllh
file on
on tho.<;e
■
wl 338,
een pMslv ery stale Is represented
on lonc-,
lonc-, but
bu It h a s not been
tsenled on
po.-isiEEverj
fV W I
my-chalF I L E R — *Tttt ininy
eh»1- I
y,.-; I
lenges o f the iclenlific world lie I
nexplored ■
before u s. a vast, untxplored
new la n d , waiting to be con- S
led i
qucred and dcvefoped," lU
»Uiled
s r l|n ' for 1‘
John M eyer. valcdiciorlM
lh«. S e n io r , grtduatlng d i u «
4
he s p o k o a t Monday evening's
evening'* [ '
H k ’i m
_ Com m encem ent In the
Filer jr
he Flier
S
K
S
H ig h -S c h o o l-p m n aa lu n 'j. ______I
« our.Qbour Qb- |
"T h e so challenges are
111 deter- ■
Jjgations, /o r they will
It will e**
ex- J
mine th e conditions th*l
ist In ou r world," he
.0 added. ^ ' f ^ I T ^ ^ fl^ 'irp lM T i
' Ml
must
■
T
■•One th in g that we- m
int re- ji
m e m b e r in combating[ all our 5
a g a tS g B g im U B S s m
:annot do fl
ro b lem s is that we cannot
alnpower. ^
a lo n e . All the brainpower.
n we
m a n p o w er and ambition
wepospos- *1
RCSS is inadequate to »}p4
copewllh
wllh h
these probiem i.
k
I
"W e m ust place our trust and g
A'iser and ■
hope in someone far wiser
more powerful than all cf us ■
Y o m s r m v mi H
m M
£ . ^A r ri oi omms T K s s t m m a s
com bined. Truly, witfiout the •
belp o f God, wc nre powerless g
I m ^ ^ R A n D ^ O ^ B U -IK
in th e shadow of the decisions Q
and challenges th n t must be H
------ met,!!— —
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T he salutatory address
ress was
AMERICAN CIS TlTt
slTt th
th rr oo uu ^^ 'a
’a"'v ie t Con'g'vlllage
^
leWJers of (he
</w 2.
Utb Infantry DIvUlonrj w ere
Its buCs. T he soldiers
Riven by Sail)' Jnncs. introduc- «(roy
t
cur In Quang Ngal Province a b ouu t J25
^
linns o ( speakers was by E>en- con Operation Malheur
algon enriier
this month- (AP w irepboio)
nis L uiz, Donna Blakcslec
rniiics nortivcast of Safgon
sice gave
earlier thi
,rr>’ W
o lf-------------------------------------------------—
the invocation and l.arr>’
Wolf
—
pronounced the bcncdiction,
tricia Ann Tccan, R o n ald Scott;
^
ction,
Greene, M ic h ae l JimH Hadley, trlci,
Thacmcrl and Gcr.iia Ernest- ,
A rih u r Chalburn, principal.
ix>i is Charles H ansen III, Gene Thai
principal, i^u
innounce- Rohert
H s r w i g , Bct{y
F aye Titecncr.
Tita
rlty }-aye
|
p re se n te d a'vards and announceRo|
c
r,
Vick|l
E,
Horst,
Tcro’
Richard
T
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cc
n
cr,
Vicki
ment of scholarships. He also Hawkins.
HiV
T im o th v
Tc
Anne Triplcil. Penelope
Ward,
« Ward,!
I
lb
I
prese n te d the class ior
Kci ijV o n H ulse' nndd Gary Ai- Anni
or diplo Keilh
Cher>'l Jeanette W ebster,
e r , Rob*•
%
J
mas w hich were givenn out W
by Icn
|cn Ihler.
Chet
%
I
TV.,,nine cf‘ Dean Webster, L a r r y W.
R obe rt Mnldcnhauer and iiio
L. nV.i Eileen
.
F ern In g ram,L, Douglas
In n i, Wolf, Linda GardrKir W rig h t and
T rip le tt, members of tlic
school
rn.r au^ Raymond J o n e s, Sally
S®''
» . w y .,..
irner,
^ Jones. Ron;
boa rd , and Thoroas Turner,
C
i T e j imn
bie
ble to obtain the kind o f Infor- (Army Pfc„ Navy seam an) cate,
by 1,699 In the
maJlai row available f ronm
m the
the gory,
Rofy- followed
'
(corporal or Specialist 4).
romnui
computeriied
operation,”
^ The “ihighest rank of officer to
rw.„n
th e >*•
pe- die
die wo
wos full colonel (Navy caprioJ-numtM-T 7 s n Qf th nU-Dum-:
t num- tain),..............................
15-to-23 hi
In addition,
1,711 deaths riot
W
fell Into the I5-to-23
8'
W
lo hostile action were re«B«
By pay g r a d eJ, there due to
ag* group.
8i^
h ee E-3
E-3 corded ir. the same six-ycar pe*
were 2,ML
deaths
In
th
DIRECTOR RfeSlGNS
PULI
PULLMAN, Wash, ( A P ) - D r .
Stanley
Stanley P. Swanson, d ire c to r of
international
program s a t Washinicrna
inglon State University, ha s reInglon
signed
slgnfd to bccome d e a n of the
Faculty
Facultj of Agricultural Sclcncei
at the American U n iversity
s “y of
of I
PelnJi iti Lebanon.______________
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mollresses a n d s p r ln
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combination. Thij is a real
Desk, c h c s t of d dtatawwers
..
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U o y d Webb won the blue pen­
j o u i ^the
e
c il f o r his speech aboul
le Palesc h a n g in g concepts of the
Pales­
tine •dispute a t the Tuesday
r ig h t meeting of the Toastmas­
oastmasiy-4 Supte rs C lu b No. H9 a t Kay’s
Sup­
p e r C lub,
O th e r ‘ speakers were Dick
ad
-John
H ig h r-L c s-C ro w lo y and-John
R ick s. E valuators wero Harald
G cj-ber. J o e Ryan. John Roper
and L aird Noh, Olhcr partici­
particip a n ts in the program were,
Dar
w D
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P e ie rs o n , toastmaster; Ray Lit*coin, ta b le topics; O. J, Smith,
c hief evaluator: Jack Swisher,
g ram ro a ria ji, nnd Jim Rude,
tim e r .
G u e s ts were Frank Benson
and L e e Van Ostran.
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M e m b ers of the graduating}
class include David Howard An'
nis, D enn is Blaine Aslctt, Karen
Louise Aufdcthcide, C o l I e e n
B ingham ,
Donna
Blakeslee,
C oldspot 1 5 Cu. Ft,
Ft, Coppetlone
Coppetlone R efrigerator w ith a u D ennis Alan Brown and1 Buenos
ker |2 yeors ol
oldj; Kenmore 3 0 " C o p O, Catlen,
fo m o fic ic o m oker
P a u la Rae Christie.• Peggy
Dir>lng
Room Set w i t h 6
p e rto n o Electricc Ronge; D
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Lee Cox, Henrcy Russell
OversiuHed chair, large b r o w n
M ^Den­
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choirs ( o n e y e arr old); Oversiui
ton, E dw in Carl DcVall, John
Qto colonial type a n d b oth In v e ry
i L leS
W estley Ellloit J r .. Linda
Lee;'
Ines andj
good sh a p e,
F o r e s t, Barry Lee Gines
and
J a n is Graves.
lest ly
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Kenm ore s m a l! chest
R o b e r t Brooka Graves,
i i Betty
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^cVt^h'e fSAN^ArC
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perintendent.
pRay
j, Kreigh, R ick y Keith
Ith Kruse, ^
.
T h e proccsslcna! and rcccs- Ella
pu' Faye U n ca .sie r.. Kathryn 2 ^ (f»,k
?,
sional marches w ere played
)la>cd hy
by . . . L an caster and Bertie E ll--g|
_
r^ the H igh School Bend, under ....
Iho d irection of Ronald Ray. ,
L
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solo
Gloria
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Irvin
Lee8
P e n n y Ward sang a w a l solo C
»mpo.«d ye:
Vern L auriisen, Dennis
Al()ert S
g fell j a d KaS ^ 'ii :\ I ' 1
lis AIf>ert
?\
and a girls' quartet compo.sed
le, Ronald 0S
&
of B e v erly Park, L,indai Wright, Lutz,
Lul John P a u l Malone,
hn Ijjuis g Fj‘
t y
^ ft
5
aye LanLon- Leroy M aughan, John
G lo ria i-assen and Faye
Meyer, Cecil D . Nice, Gerald S
c a s te r gave selections,I Eileen
Eileen Me
In g ra m and Eileen Lantins
Lantlng Leo
L « Orlhel, G lc n E . Page, Bcv- M
5,
erly
se rv e d as accompanists.
erl; Jean P a r k and Kathryn 0 '
:es were
P attetsoa.
g
Baccalaurcale services
were
E . Ram sey.
held Sunday evening in the Thomas
T
f. Dill
Dill J.
J. gg
nD V i^ c
y-^
Iiisc Kay fi
U K T I C .C
V\
school auditorium. Rev.
•v. John R uu t h e r f o r d , Louise
8
Schmidt, J e r r y L. Schroeder. K
G arrab ran d t. pistor of! the Je- Sch
T a c k lo
rom e Mcthodist Churchh and a M. G. S ch ro ed er, Larry Edwin j}
lylor, PaP a- RygW X XXXXXXWOtXaaCKXvil
tr u s ic e of ihe College of Soulh- spaur.
Spa
W alter L, Taylor,
cm Id ah o , was speaker.
—
Dougla,? Jones gave the invo- ■
cation a nd Jan Graves, the ben|
Aberediciion. Mrs. Anncltee AbcrI
nathy introduced the speaker.
I
M ark Schroeder presenied a vo- I
c Jl s o lo m lh Laura Vincent as
as
I
en Ingacc o m p an ist and Eileen
I
ram p la y ed a piano solo,
I
The processional and recesreeesI
sional m arches w ere played by
I
L o ca te d 3 ^ m iles E a s t o f W e n a se le c te d band from members
I
.dell E levator, W endell. I d a h o , o r
of t h e . F iler High School
I
r band
s
K
a r - t 2L m f/e
gs N
r orth o n d % W e s t o f j ,
with R onald Ray directing.
I
N o rth Side P r o p a n e G as.
,
^
T h e c lass motto w uai "Go .1
■Where Glory Awaita You.”
You." l I
T h eir colors were red and white
1
and th e rose was the class flowI
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c o n fid t
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- t r a cc ttio
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s t a r t s an d s t o p s a r e s a f e r for
fi you.
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Inierest in It Is over. The people
fiuyl;ip il now sny <(icy'rc puiting It away for ihelr kids to
read as a good hisiory book—not
that they want lo read ll thcm-
ifers Ac
A cro ss CCountry
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‘ B oo k D eafers
M a n c h e ste;err Bool
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Sales
R
Drentano’s in Washington,
, By HAL COOPER
Drentano'
irwil’s
Sales Manager Ecloscia of
"s (juJie'slorc
ouJiel*lorc ne
near the c&mpus o/ Wayne
H arner fc Row said. alL ol-lhc------ Many on the o)
other hand w c'r^
NEW Y o r k (AP> —
iVayne Harner
h trbootrtm
ie U
-«ouniry saHafled-w
O trtiaie
Urniverillyracclared:“ “Tt’s,w)u,Oiwl
bool«'<Jeal«M-aorofl»'ihes»uniry
saHafled- ith-thrrw ay-thirbD
book-dea)<
Tt’s bwj.ww iniiiai printing had been
cal w
way,
just like
-sold lo
lo bookslore,s
h
ay,just
llki lhe tlile. It's dead.”
seliinR. Thero h no real
reported T uesday that sales of is selling.
!ead-” 'sold
by May 7. nne •
nore wc'M
nrwll’s maintained tlie• JIO.month
a
’T h e nl knowing
wc'Mnrwiri
Wllllnm
Mancfiesier’s
knowin how many more
JIO,month after
the official ptW lca;rc had'pfice.
•• tinn
ave tall.sold if there
hfld price.
Death of ih President” have
fall- could have
ha
tinn daii
date. Thc departm ent esti■
In Atlanta, w
which
mated
tl
en ffar
a r short ot expectations.
Ions.
been no dlscounling,”
C
,
' I| Cokeshury
Cokcsl
hlcb'm
ated lhat
500,000 ot ihcse cupde- 'ics
‘Cs had
had been .sold to the public.
:ount of -Ijjuis
.^eflin the book for JIO.
T hc
he cor
controversial account
-IjjuIs Epsicin, ow nerr of a is .^eflins
0 deisasslna- slnre fn Hollywood,
Ca(if„
if,, said’scriiicd fldvanee orrfer.9 as; ’"ex"ex^ ■ 1 John I'. Kennedy's assasslnai
““'We
We found lhal some stores
hfid loo
loo few copies, and some
lion
on retail shelves he had expected
cj
to sell 2,500 or|cclleni, above our expectations"
tion landed
land'
lions" hfid
ind only und said
too many." Scloseia said.
but had fnund
sali snl^.s have continued
e arly iasl month in a blare of more copies,
cnpi
I L - ''.
cnrly
tlnucd bad
bad 100
||k ^.
B |i U scnsationa
sensational
publicliy.
70 buyers, "In no way "slow bbut steady,"
"Nonr
T rade 600 or 700
"Normally stores lhat a rc
nlions," Kroch
Kroch's anti Brcnlann's. Inc.,
Inc., overstocked
ovcrstoc
H H
sources thought Ihc book
mlRht docs it m
n tatch my cxpecinlions,”
k mioht
slart making rei S H become thc runaway best-seller
said.'
:st-seUer he sa
id.'
Chlca
in Chicago
^uId more than1 3,000
3,000 turns
turtii in
it aboul thrtc monlhs.
ires In of the <.000 volumes ordered
and keep
kee, al II for as long a s a
I S
20ih century,
~
Commc
of thc 2011
Commenls frtim stores
•dered and
H Ken- had been
sold nt JiO apiece,
year, flut
fli we wanted to speed
But a nationil survey
Massachu
cy Indi- Massachusetts,
President
bc(
piece, year
■d trom. ’'The book
up this
this \process,
cated things haven’t worked
hoi
rked Oul nedy's home
staic, ranged
bo- has done exceedingly
;lingly up
“The boo
book is doing veryy well” well." a store spokesman said.
•■s,,
ihac way.
'®lo.
•■Sow,we had our salesman lell
T
he publisher. H arper & Row, lo.
to. "We didn't
<
Thc
do w hal we cxex- From D allas,,seenc.of Ihe.Bfc
ihe-ovei
(le.Bfc (heir
lhe-overstocked
-stores lomBke........
sa id-the-initial-printlng-of
-of 600;- pccted'w
pccted ‘wffth 'lr......... ' .......
......... ■sasslnatlon,
'saislnail
there were conflictre
sa!d-the-i
nfliclihelr
reiurnj immediaiely, Bv
stor
000 copies was sold out to0 retail- A store
in H yannisi Port,
Pori, ing reium
reiu s.
[|,js j/|
,, ,
this jo effort we re-dislrihuicd
a t ibouly has a " It’s
I f s our No. I non-ticiion
ers
acknowledged lhat
ihou- where thc
the Kennedy /am lly
e rs but ac
J
else
copies.’'
iporied,
book,
outselling
everything
sands of thc l ^ k s have been sum
summ
m er
home,
reponed,
ol
returned by dealers. Firm
pUns ''W e're selling
se
m plans
it but not like we a tl aboul
abou 200.copies a week,”
WANT ADS
serla- said J,B
J.B, Albright, manager of t'srXy TIMES-NEWS
iV
for n second printing have yet to expected to. Perhaps thoe seriaIC sails- lhe Cokeshury
book store, which FOR FA gr SELLING RESULTS
H B bc m nde ..
lizaiion ir
in Look ma(>nzinc
Cokt
lOre, but ficd
potential readers, does a big
I
mail order business,
H fl
"W e'll have to print more,
fied some
son;
as y e t we don't know how
w many who then passed up thc book,”
}00k,”
".Sales
"Sales have been about a 0 6 ^ 5
than
what I’d
I ^ H o r now soon," said Frank
IxK got a rtiixccjI rcct'pik ScfosScfojs- Tho book
rccep- Jh/rd
«h/rd less
1
figured,”
cia.
arper & Row’s sales
es man- tion in l>
Detroit.
figured,’ said William Gilliland.
cia, H
Harpc
Judson.?, manager
aager.
ger,
A ma
m ajor chain, Hudson.?,
managei of the Doubleday shop.
MorM
any'
book
retailers
comwhich
dlsI
Bcrrits.”
Many
s
discounted the price,
ce. said "I think
thi
we sold about three I V t t
Howard
bestseller ’’The G reen B
e rets.” Levy's
Levy •ion»y, Charles
cDurt-tnartlal of A rm y C a p l. Howard
bes
T ESTIFY ING Bt th e eo«ri-tn«rtl
plained lh
lhat discount Stores
lhai 5,000 copies h.id
ires had more than
.id been in the Ilast three weeks." said l |M M
tho
fan Jr., is shown a t rig•ht.
h t. (APwlr*pboto)
(A P wlr*p
;d«y Is
tan
l e v y , c e n ttr. ff(?dncsd«y
b Robin Moore J r . , au th o r ol the
-------------------------------- -------- ---------------------- skim
skimmed
med off lhe crcam by
by cutcut- .sold—"thi
.sold—’'the greatest sale of any Carl Blgke,
Big
monagcr ot lhe Dal- U U iy j
ting lhe P;
pricc ot the Manchester
1
_______ las House
nchester book we ever
had.”
Hou.' bt Books. " I think thc * ^ ^ 5
,
snowy point of a h an d k erch
•chicf
ief in
m ’ifwuj:
’lhmjpht.-; abotil ihem."
•
r-recom-------------------------------------------------------ine-hold
book
from
thc
publlsher-recom—
------” 1 ir.sisl on a one-hold
Ifi
his pocket, ftnd gleam ingI p aicn tj
t; Oolf:
Ool
rclse,
I
mended
JIO
to
as
little
a
s
$5,
lIijl|II[l|||II|
lhandtcap. like the exercise.
JI
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leaihcr shoes,
Ihindt
;cd lhat ^illilllllllillll'llllllllllllllilillllllllllllli
lllllliyil lil^
ics are A few ■
dealers rcporlcd
^IB U H U
Thc amiable duke h a d these;Ihink
ihcsejihink those motor caddics
the book
book was selling about
bout as ya
Idn'jri/u).;
cotpmenfs to m ake:
jdn'jri
jcotpn
^
lo isv
Charles: A^ked whcthwhcih- well as Ihey
lh< had cxpccted. They M
Rock
isy . Il | Prince
Prn
”
Roc 'n’ roll: 'T o o no
lephcw,
said
il
proonbly
would
enjoy,
a
3
H
pp
By JE A N SPRAIN WILSON
M
'ILSON
Mn«t!y,
h o w ev er, hr spoke of usW 10 piny a ukcleic■ bui I cr he thocsht his grand-nephew,
"
le ihosc lhe voung
heir 10 lhe ihrene, slow but steady demancJ (or S
N EW YORK (AP) - . "These lhe
the good iife h e h ad shared
lared wth don'l think could handle
y
^
^
.'»me W for enjoy- years,
have b e en happy years,"
ihf thal "im rigiiingly independent
lependent ampli
amplilied guitars,”
had ’lhe
1
rs," lhe
Brent, m
^
o lhe
ty
Duke o f Windsor said, rcllcctlng
•cdcctlng Am(
American.
w nlil;?
Warfield Dar
Dancing; “ I used !o ddo
ihe mcflt
mcfii which (he duke hadI shown More tvplcally,-Stuart
Wales,
a
independent
retailer
in
g
f
o
r
the
as
the
vourR
Prince
of
n
m
ajor
ii
on 30 y e a r s of m arriage
id the Simpson,"
sini|
;i ID
sin ce their wedding twi.ii,
twi.11, bui I don'l carc
ih,
x s like Chicago, said: ‘T h e book is H
replied, "Well,-he docs
w om an for whom he surrcn.
surrcn- day,
day, June 3. 1937.
newci
newer dances."
he re
dead and
and 1h as been for weeks. It f l
‘
dead
d ered th e Ihrone of England,
"i
;land,
"Life
has n e v e r been dull, not Min
Miniskirts; "they h aav
v e to fa'! cars."
c
look off. Consid- 3
Friendships; -o"They come n ever really
rea
comc down.”
Trk
h e s.i/d.
comc
In a rare fnlcrvicw, granted a moment,”
m
iail next Pol
Politics; "I try not to g e t in- from all walks of-life. Myy train- e ring the Incrcdible buildup, it M
5n th c final days beforee his re- The couple w ill sail
cogniie
n
ever
did sell."
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n
,
Ing
has
taught
me
to
recogniie
:r United volvei
volved in any in my position.
hi
ils duch- Wednesday
on th e liner
turn lo England wilh his
Wed
■s,"
Loth,
m anager ot y
having
sycophanis
and
hypocrlies,"
Stanely
alkcd of States.
In E n g la n d theyy will at- But you can’t help
sycopl
css. I h c duke also talked
Stat.
clrts, fr> tend
rock *r>' roll and miniskirts.
lend Iho p riv a te unveiling
B B a i
T W O
CO N V
eiiing by
by ^ s a s j * g H y ^ S e e i * i S i
ries, and Queen
7«n c a k e s , Prince Charles,
Quc' E IlM beth of a plaque in
ndmother
M
memory
of h e r grandmother
his g o lf gam e.
nien
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Quci Mar>’, th e duke's imolher.
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Though Queen E lizabeth and the
n V A duchess m et a t a hospiUI foilowing the d u k e ’s cy© operation
a
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m
CLOSED EVERY SUNDAY
/\C C
family lunclion to which the
NOAY
B
duchess h^s b e en inviicd.
T_
Did t h e q u e e n ’s invitation
.
a t I t indicale th at th e duchess is to
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High
How t o move a house across a "“ I wish it d id ,” sighed thc
duke. "She h a s alw ays been aci
pond:
duke
6 y nic and o u r
J
W ra p the boilom w ith1 niaslic
plaslic knowJedficd
fcqo"
ard mo- friends
a s h e r Royal High1
shccU n*. use four outboard
‘r'^n
I
to rs t o pull il, get the holp ot ness.”
nes*th ree
brothers-(n-Iaw,
>
jisur
T3ur Doyish
Do
looking despite his 72
'
^ ■ ■ /mm
wife’s cousin, your so n and sev- years,
year and ta n n e d from a rcccnt
c ral n eighbors.
visit
visit to Palm B each , the duke
J Tar~
pu/fed on a p ip e a.i he relaxed
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Tar- pu/fc
hij
114.
In
the
sunny
s
ittin
g
room
of
his
I
sa, 50, o f Adams, floated his 1^4- in Ih
T ow ers suite overlook’I
Story house across Windsor Waldorf
Wald
ing fM anhattan.
'
Pond T uesday.
mg
llgressed
^
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T a r s a had purchased a t ’,i- A
Att one p o in t he digressed
room h ouse m Pittsfield
:ld and from d iscussions of life today
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s h o rc fro n t property he owned
vned on detail
detafi the p ro c e ss of ntiicfng
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•
(toiei
Itoien cakes ‘’without being
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vas too touched
ujuc>
hy h u m a n hands.’’ He
1
comc b a c k Irom
n a rro w lo allow a tru ck to haul had just
I
II Chlca•
he h a d seen it done,
th e 12-ton house so T arsaa,, using go where
w
h b experience a$ a planning
-ph'
planning The duke, w h o has been as
and m e th o d s specialist for
Gen—ujj
'Of
much a siyJe p a ce sctter as his
e ral E lc c lric , decided to>lloal
noal It
was w e a rin g a blue checkLb..
a cro ss.
cr-d
ls^blue
pue
rp ^ S ^
crcd shirt lh a t m ade hhis
.............
Ha w rapped moro Ihan
600 eye, even b lu e r, a black
han «Q
sq u a re feet ol nlastic sheeUng
sheeting ci«cked tie. W indsor-knotted, of
a ro u n d the wooden floorr of
the
jpjjf
01 tne course, a d a rk double-breasted
-breasted
hom e a n d used lacks and
Viood
ju
it
"gbi
suit with r a th e r wide lapels, a
*«rip9 to make it watcrtigbl,
ic house j=s mi s i s —
A bulldozer pushed thc
Into th c 20-foot d eep pond to I
6 . . 3 9 If you plant It
b egin its half-hour tr ip across a II
o n e -th ird milo section ol thc I
or f e e d It —
pond.
I
“O n e com er took In' some I
,
■ w ater." Tarsa safd. bat wc I
p u m p e d It out right awav.
Oth-1
av. O
th- 1
Will h a v e It!
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e rw lM the house stayed dryary.”
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i i l i i i H
i n
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st Be Confronted
Co
^ ^_ _ _ _ _ _ Nej ' Negro Must
Hons and fndlvWual.t, worklne
<
'orklne fw fn F
Fo((s
Tlmes-Ne'#*
A -7
togeihcr, could make a signiftt,
jlDgoihe
tm io
n ....... M oy 2'5-26, ,1957_________
cant difference In regisim
ion
p ------- aod-votlng tum oui byinnercriy
''CfcRy
_ WitkLocallsgues
il-Issues-To-Vote—
?e1acn
1, „will
i|i election, they will resister tnd
,
, "Once motivated, people
'* “ ‘H vile: Education, worlc experlWednesday night in the form of,„„® "p'
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Wednesi
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Toe aa manu
manual, su/jgest« lechniqucs.g^”,
Votlnir
and. social position do not
WASHINGTON {AP>
cnniqucs.g^y, .f, munuaJ. entfiW Voting
make ciUtens
organirailons can
pp^.
gel the Negro living in1 the cily community
commun
P '" P ’-=
'h e, Mfv?® by
by themselves
ihei
slum rcsldeni.s.
[j,,.
slums lo reaister and vote, the use In reaching
r
csldenis Ihat
uiem want the• needneed
•'"1
WanUng ta
J
League of women Voier.t
:ers says. It called
callei (hem the eight
Jf of J10
'' ed Information; convince them
.he issues citizens
cilirens tww dlscntranchiied
[),, voice i.s silcni - - sileni
hhr-m
r-m ust
u st be hit with the
hiied by ,^31 mcir
silent The League
L
of Women Vo'teri ge collec- Iheir
from the regisiraregistra- g,j,en It
| comes 10 garbage
iR * V
closc
close to him — garbage
iheir absence
ab
Educatli
^ col- Education
Fund conducied ihe
tlon, policc brutality charecs,
tion lisLs.
lisL
chargcs, tlon
' Icctlon, police bruiallty, rraa u . project under a grant from tha
_
I B I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B W i i t e 'i i i t i i C i i 'W IP<
iscr/mlna- Barriers
to be overcome
rec v e n ^dlscrlmfnation — unless Sears - Roebuck
ratf
rat* and even rac/al dlfcrimlnaBarrie
® ^ ^ *a '^
f
FouodiUon aad
those presented hy the
n H
Uon.
not thos
lhe Flei
Field Foundation.
«v norreg 's'c r and vote, •
ihe
•ll as the mally ai
apBlhciic\*oter, says the
Thc Negro
The
N
—' as well
-----------------------lhai afv
^^ve seen1 that
newcomer study,
ap- "O"”
.
Puerto Rican and the newcomer
study. “" They are thoso lhai
TIMES-NEWS
WANT ADS
Broun
vote
is
a
s
important
as
any
TRY
TI
specifically to this group of
A;
from Appalachia
and oiher
other de- ply spec
f
I f other vote, and know that voting FOR F-*
FAST SELLING RESULTS
ing In
pressed rural areas living
in Ihe cliiiens:
cliiiens; poor education, lack of
Mncerned conflden
confldenco, fear.. pQverty._ie{t
•ty ._ ie it
I■■
• city's sll
slums — is-not concerned
d- by •- the fngs
and Jack o tl ipeci-j
spcci-j
and caanot be reached-by
(ngs of
or fulWly
r
usual get
g
out . Ihe vole
ole cam
cam--fic
fic knov,
know-how.
!se psysays these
paigns which deal In abstract The
Thc league
1'
[cal hnr-|
K*
;e ob}ecbar-,
values and long-range
objec- cbologlcal
chologlci and mechanical
remove. 1
M r . ..
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tives. says a three-yearr sludy
study of ricrs au u . npt easy lo remove.'
it idid learn, lhai the
com^
elcciioiu In nine chies.
elections
But It
^)rganliaffln v
^
of many organlia^
The sludy, made! public blned efforts
ef
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BE EXCLUSI
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Magic Valley
for a w heelchair ior his
Is pparalyxcd
aralyicd m
nephew only to k a m
m that
no lfoundation or o rg aniMiloa
win trt
trade. (A P wlrephoio)
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SODA CRACKER COOKIES
’/4 cup
cu nut meats
[our minDoil m ilk and su g ar four
MRS. 0 . C . PRESCOTT
cnn.
s ta r t tim ing when it comes
W - Twin FalU to a ; good boil. Remove
)ve from
ftom
27
crackers, rolled ‘•’’c
fine
hgai^ add peanut buller a n d
27 soda
so
heat,
■ulier
chips,
6 la
tablespoons peanut buller
chips, slir until dissolved.
pj
;nis, stir
^u package
butterscotch chips
Adc re st of Ingredients,
Add
12 cups while su g ar
in M s on
well
drop b y tpoonluli
os
well and
.
cu
waxed
_________
^ cups
milk
waxci paper.
fxJieS
Glare wilh eftg white. diluted
SAUCEPAN BROWNIES
wilh water, and bake 45 minulcs.
DONITA KUUN
Sta
Start 400 degrees for 12 min1135 Washington St., Gooding uies, reduce heat to 350 degrees
' degrees
2 sQunrcs unsweetenedI cchocoh o c o -a n d /m lih baking.
late
^
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cup shortefiln*
_|]1
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
se flour
K cup gifted all purpose
4 teaspoon baking powder
I Icanpoon Mit
:slred
1 |A L
-fiV p B -B .
i cup broken nuls, i{ desired
id shortBK
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short­
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tH o iS iB Il
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Dcat in sugar and eggs.
3
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S i f t together flour,' baking
icat Into
I
powder and sa lt and beat
. thc cbcicoJflte mixlurc.
Mix In nuls.
Bake In a 350 degree oven for
ight-lnch
30 10 35 minutes, In an eight-inch
square pan.
When baked crust will be dull,
dull.
jares.
Makes 16 two-inch squares.
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Ma
Moko Ihs m ost o)ff those
thoso long hot sum m er evenings
am w eekends.
ond
M am berihip re»ervationj
reservations now
no w being token
from 2^ p.m . fo 8 pp.m
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Kom« V (otm It IS« rr<otl Impoiloni
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(9 v)lo) fi'ChMi» wImV
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when you
you bbuy
> r» i ..tart, 'A «hI.
ISf UII 00 prof*
prof«>iicns1 In ihia fliM . . .
h il prown
hlhiiprow
n Ml comp«lin» on4 hli
Initgtlty,
Initgriry, lun
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JAMES FOLKERTSMA.
MA. 17. collected
coIl«
SO,000 empty clgarcK
g aretlee
he could redeem
packs In three months beeaose he
be heard
i
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MAKE SURE IT'S THE
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15 m inutess from Twin Palis
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CHICKEN MARINARA
MRS. POLLY SHOWN
WN
U l W. Ave. G. Jertnne
3 broilers, halved
J »K)uncB can tomato sauce
lauca
1 tablespoon vlnegtr'
rshlre
1 tablespoon Worcestershire
sauce
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons olive-oil----------Vi cup minced onnion
SS, skin
i ’Jaca chicken halves,
:x inches
tide up. on grill about six
jine reJrom hot coals. Combine
re­
maining Ingredients.
Brush chicken with sauce.
sauce.
ting ocCook until lender, basting
oc­
casionally.
Y4 hflours
ovn
Aliow « m lnu{« lo V/4
idlng on
for cooking tim e, depending
weight of chickcn and distance
from heat.
lid tw
isl
When done, leg should
twisl
easily from thigh. Joint
&nd
lint and
ind.t.
ptece.>i should be fork tender.
Makes six servings.
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MRS. ALLEN SCHIETLER
Box 41, Filer
ast /a£t*
1 cake yeast ItvfO y east
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er)
I cup lukewarm w ater
1 table-spoon sugar .
1 cup milk, scalded and cooled
4 tablespoons lard
• i cup sugar
] teaspoon salt
1 cup raisins
6 cups sifted flour
Dissolve yeast and one table­
spoon sugar In w arm liquid.
Add tw o cups flour, thc shorten­
ing and let rise in w arm place
until llg h t-a b o u t M hours. Add
raisins, milk, scaldcd and cooled,
enouch flour lo make' a sofl
dough, nnd the salt.
Knead lightly—place In wellrise
greased bowl, cover and k t rise
untft doubfe bulk,
D ivide dough' Inlo tw o parts.
Roll out and sprinkle with cin­
namon. roll up and place\ In well
lOuId
greased loaf pan. Pan shM
id be
hair full. Cover a n ? Ict rise unun­
til light.
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IN TIIE PHOOATE COUKT OF
IT o r !ro*n‘'
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IN T H e ’' ? S e " ‘^SuRT
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H. MACK,
D*ESTATE
will be held In J jhe”
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Twin SstJl*
Ettil* rt'wALTER
of
STATB TWIN FALLS COUNTY. STATL elecUon wl
Daeauad
STATE
T im ESWLEY. , o r IDAHO
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OF JERRY NORVAL CROWt-EY.
/EN to ®N«"**^
Notice ia hereby iivtn by Ui* un- IN THE
I o'^clKk 'h
"fioTiCE
OIVEM
ceaaed. IN THF. MATTF.R OP TJIE
ItS- Twin
Falli
)d*llo"s TAT
e" o
F WILUAM D. DICKARD.
^E^RS.
i n oo
t ‘£fof ISofHEhEW
os hav. danlgnad
TATE
OF
ne. IW . th*? ?credliors
and *irp«r*on*
dtnlgnad Exacutora to Ut* eredllors
EN Dy TATE pOF: FRANK QUINCY
OAT- ^P.M.
Ul
NOTICE IS IIEnnnV CIv'EH^Dy
aani*d
of
aod
all
penena
havlof
claims
Dewaied.
a
Board
Ina
claims
agalnit
tb*
abov*
ttonicd
a
trlx (a
to TSIIALL
TSIIALL. DECEASED.
for th* pur
th i underilgned .^^dmlnltlrttrlic
>lth Ul*
Orllla J . Boley, dec*ased, or °p"?i«A
Punuamt 10 an order of said
which a decedent lo exhibit them, with
Ui* aialnst
aaalnitOi
perioni Punuant
to aa Order of lald of fifteen I
III* credllori ot end all pcrioni
Puraui
llh'uie
Coun,
made
on
Uie
18th
dav
of May,
ration, to necessary voucheri to ibe under- her
Mr aslal*.
vslal* to axhlbli.them with Uia Cwn, mac it hereby tlven
Norval
made on th* 15th day of May. propoied ni
that
. Rob- neceisary voucheri. wlthls f o u r IMT. notice
notli
h«vln^ clslmi Malnil
l^l"”
?' Court,
FM7^*’nc
late, to
IMT, notice
hereby ilven
?; 'ithat
f f i ce known a
g ‘.a^] "Dal^.^'pideliry^^allonaJ
.
ures 0- ;elg^ned
allonal monlha after the fln t publlcaUoa
of iTueiday
r ?{
r i ’o-’il? ?t)? li’i”A'’*):t.“'of^“."a?d ‘d’^J;
of May, Dank^ Bullc
from Ihe bpRlnning. And th at's
s r , W T J ^ v z v ! : il'rf
s llay;
' a " fDAVlsD'''Ali'*nn§''^d*y
f iii" '
B y TOftJ TIEDE
trom
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S‘hTc^ '!?‘"SlS‘ plire‘'‘o f " e in iJ ? '’?n 2 '.'
notice, •!
at 0:»
th* 'Court Room of lald Court, IM7.
the'nr«l'
*no*iIfV
ih« nr. pu6llc»llon ^f^fhli the
■aid
eaextnder
at
Bank
*
T
n
a
t
Building,
the
Counti
ln'’1he
J,
RODDRT
ALEXANDER
all
fnattera
BONG SON. Vielnam (NEA)
(NEA) how
how it
i w as the other nighttrr when
law ■(t Uie 'Couniy Court Houi* In Ihe
J,
em rt. 10
tho ••l(f Admlnliirairix al (ha J>w
Iter Ul*
Ptlla, County of Twla Falli. of Twin Fi
?i‘le“ ‘,il? i? a 'rr« S 2 n 5 '.“'.f.V?
i l TwlB
Sf."n‘’¥a?
le Iwo);i)lo/
two all of tho horrible shooting starti,®,,}'*',*
Ice No City of Twtn r*lli. County of Twin Publlth: M
— l-'tom Ihc fir.?l day the
c«.
Slala
Uila b«Inf tb* place Idaho, ha;
------- first publication ef Uils noUce.
Stale of Idaho,
I
Twin » V . Idaho,
bax. been.appointed *• ------ ^ f m
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Knaus edIf May, fliwd far Uw Uaaxactlos of Uie time and i
soldiers trier, Pfc. Bud KnauB
«d.
^Fno ■
& f <
lu se oo{f Tlic
Tlie men w ere wllh sn artil.
t e wni t ; . i s 'r 6 '; " K 'S o r « S y''"?JAT*
!i “
»a p' «po' «in t e d fo r PROVINO
cham pioned th e clumsy cause
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w r j j ? '* TSHALL, deceated, and for hearing
ry 1battery from the First
rst Air ncu of « ld (.uje.
IINB
Max
bolev
of Margie her cf letieri lesiamtn.2
S
R^V
a
LIE
MACK
La^ONTAJNB
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the other man.
kk ry
1»67. lh* application of Wallac* F, OallBlain* Bslay
auance to
Ip.
Cavalrj at the time. The unit n.t«d
'STATE nxecuirlx of the Estaia of
It w as an odd friendship.
Caval
sl Will lary,
lary wha
whan and where any paraon .
........................ Executor* of th* Lasl
ilai?” fm*TM
^^VVM''taHlfen"“r?"whV'n’'ifld “ihere OF IDAH
wns emplacW on high muddy
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rUli J. Intermed may tpje ar and contest
But a wflrm one, too.
wns
Teslament of OrUli
.< a ! & : " i . . y s ‘ i f Y . ' a 'U,
^ ;IMT.
w
:
. «nd
,
.Jerry
Norval Crowley. '
eny
«ny pet
penon intere'iied mxy ‘ appear
^ 'a
.Jet
. I K '"
' vevV
a”“ K J , s? '. S . . 5 S “ " “
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Boley.
d«ceased.
same.
Knuus, 22, a solidly built
built ground
groun I t was quiet. MostLeveryikn
decented,
end con
U
Publish- ’May II, 18. 29 aad Juna 1. Dated V
.r May.
vfAu ^ 0Punuant
.to an order o'
of "said
Nf^Tii TO CREOrrORS
I'J
NOTICE
Pjiy'***called one
the pu(,i„n; M«y : j , jun* i. s, is,
lor tnc
iHNTzn
S, i«7.
I«7. " D A ^ D "T 7 .r'l!lh day of
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youKfytcr from someplace1called
onc ’was bedded down for
'
Court, made on Ih* 10th day of
tiie
___ nlRht.
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nlRht,
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EVELYN M, HINTZE
Il
It war
,
a chilly evening,:, rnlny
notice to cREorTORs
?S
Deputy fnerk
Ita ^ I Publish: May 2S, J u n * _ I ^ , M ^
orr , PuWUh!
PuMlth; May ai. Jun* 1 and 8. IBW, jj~/*®
m thi
t iu ; piiod ate court o
and windv. The other mann com- in
-■------: coHrt*M“
ih e ^ S ly " c o 5 r t HoJlS
plained of the cold. Dud Knaus
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plalni
• T
Y ir «NOTICE TO CREOrrORS
aia ol
of in THE
'^HE“ ^PBODATr'^c"uKT OP
yfaw hv
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* Mailer of th* EsUla
RT OP
o f f®”'?he CU
Clly of Twm Falls,;’ Couniy
‘*t5olJCK*
STATE IN'TIL
W'TIUl^PROUATE COURT
In “«he
U ld it would be w armer■ in
In the IN Tin: MATTEROP THE EVTATE
reaied, TWIN FALLS COUNTY. STATE
Korc
TWIN I’ALlSr COUNTY. CTATE
STATE of
«■ T -'n Falli Idaho, hat been 5
ipd side
side oo rr ifra n k h , w in s l e r ,
twin
” & a fi
3N. by sOF
t TIDAHO.
oa'
mon ing. The pair crouched
.f f i
ll'On
ceaied OF IDAHO
appolnwd
ton of Ja the Matter of lb* .gsUl* of
g
s f f 'i .:
itr|
by side and half asleep in' a gun notice
nqth
Dy eESTATE
OP MARIAN TURNER,
is iiEnEnY o tv nEN
N ’ny
WIv
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c i MINGO............. Deceaied
! U -S a T . S ! " ^ ' . f e " s ? . iirh
- . a against
s V a Wesley F. Watson, deceased,
»a*S*
the underilsncd Executor lo llie DliCEA;
bunker,
A. Moon Sor r Bar
to exhibit Ihem
„
»;
S Sestate,
j
NOTICE IS HEREBY OiV*ES.'j>y
nm wlU>
four
«“ •'». *<• axhlblt Ihem? ‘wllli
with NOTICE
i . i . l - i the necessary vouchon. wlUiia
four {L’.'llljr,'
"W h afs
th a t? ” somebody
m 'bM y s r ' - . , " . ’, . ' ; ; v v ; . t ' T ’w i : K aS i s ;
IB
four
tm
co-admlnlilraton
lo Ihe credllfVJcuf
when and wher» any mSauiWlV
credl- lertameniary,
leil»menl».
cleceiicil. or hit eil«te, Io exhibit the above
ibo> named eilato Io the
lloa* “of
/f ors
T , of
i'a'n-i
and all persons having claims
whlSDCrcd.
tieceaic
Person int
Inierested may appear
jguj,,
pear and
ooUc!e.‘^o*Ul•‘V*l^“AdSB?s“lfa• S*«.5?s"if‘t‘
twJ'SJac .7lhT n'f;V ’5 a ? in iU
luchefi. ion of and
clalmi perion
them wuh the n«ce»iary voucheri.
i all persona havingg claims
injiira- agalnii Grace
trlx. Susan Koroui, at lh* offica of }~* r t S - i*a“w“5fi’i ^ o‘f“'s ‘?:;i'er
d e
-H u h ?"
le Mrit
flnt aealnit Marian Turner, deceaied. or
•*'’
wimin^^fnur
after the^
:he tald her ettate, to exhibit them wlUi DATED I
ft
Walker
k
Pl»nk*:r
210
Sixth
Aveiha
nsctti
"T hat noise!"
pnwic*i
H.NT7E K rs.?onS’%ee*t"“ET.‘.” p.*'o.‘i : i
r Harry the neceiiary voucheri, within four
■'I don't h e ar . . Oh Godl’^
Scimra: PUBLISH: May 11.18 and 25, IW7. M i r r a * i S i V i i r ? i ^ r i M s
The noise was the oponlnR
Dunam',
opening DutTdrn'itP'Twln
°i-»ni. 'Anho. thli Ihfi not
jn s------ flx»d
fixed for me
the Jaw
NOTICE TO CREDrTORS
tl trantacUoa of Oi* W lwhoo.'.h of an enemy m ortar, being |
' u nun: " p„„
day of
May. “ oifid uii, 411, day of May. IMT. (h'[i"'^lni
r tSeconds later it .ilruck rthe
If May,
." If f i:
^llldlng" "‘'TWN*^FAuS°COUNTYy'ffrAT?
w s s
TRUST t^
Twin
FalU, o p„ ,IDHAO
oh
i?ANK'i*VRUST
in FF»)ti, county of Twinn Falls,
n i
suspecting U.S, unit wilh a deaf.
t
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i , er r--' traaiacuo.
'o°.'.'.i3
ll.Idaho .Slate of Idaho, thli beln* Uie
place j^'
t?,t.|e of
‘ , SUSAN
KOROUS
J“ '>'• jMa»«f of the EsUle.of
Saamlnlslrelrlx
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KRAMEP
^
em'’?! bla-''t.
i
Of
b d w a r d m.
I
j*?Tehm| JIO .SlxU,
EMI*
“■ o'awd
-. ..-’ma JJ
by shnuts
«cu10f E
bJlnlit'^
EDWARI
uts and
H i / ' f iSfd
e s s a s r :'—
CEASED.
« ie
“ “ ,V1'1c'5 a’S'l11>' " S S ' on Jh e
ij;.
015'r?n’‘r . l ! " Va'tVd
Notice Is hereby given to the
»
(li KATHLEEN PRHNTICR
IS havlne
er. Deceased.
Checklowaga. N.Y., was dclearly
early more
more m ortar shells. Then ihe
.
, TKnrarv's
AUoraeya for admlnlitrator
I
e-willed riflM
rlfle.s opened u n nnd tho-machine
r IMT
A'F'f^'iifr^i^'^^WItV’ Will
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nachme pubinh
publHh; .■•tay 23, Juno I, 8, 15,
W'" clJlm."igaln""E*'ia?dVTV^plUer,
Publl.h: W ’*• ’*■
lone 1. KRAMER, WALKER* Pt-ANKEY
th e ahle protcctor. Sirong-wilM
, Spllte^.
*•
note of or hit estate, 10 exhibit tliem
wiui t»«7,
____*' Altornc>i for Admmiitrators
rM r"'” '
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ond the
.________________________
nnd iniclliRent, he made aa hcllT.uns,
hcll r.uns, in a sickening sccond
Marian Turner, rtecesie.l.
:;v v » Ihfl necetiary vouchen. wllhin four —— - ^ —
ng wilh
OF t r u s t e e s sa l e PjiMUh:
NOTICE TO CREDTTOnS
t J iI 'J I
pal. Ibattr
baltf-ry area wns .swnrmin/r
wuh rtOTiCli
^ oti
end JS, mon,ft,
cut tin t oaiillttllnn
"bllC aS
N
NOTJCE OP'TJJE
.
a f u soldier and a hell o rf aa pal.
IN THE PRODATE COURT
OF PubTuh: May 18, 2S. June I. 8. IWT.
®o*‘«p- i k :" ””
AdminisTIME
APPOINTED L
______ ofTJh"?
this police, to the tald AdmlnitTl
n'ATE
h w
asi'^ ''‘*’y scream ing enemy’ troop- .,mbrr'’'‘m7”‘'-«!'’1hl“'nour'>o“f
TWIN
/
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rrv. RobFOR
TWIN PALLS COUNTY. STATE
T he other man, ihoueh,
was
t»it»
trator
atI *tho ofllc* cf parrv.
Rol>FOU I’RotiNO WILL
Se h»l
NOTICE
o r THK TIME
'/ru^n
HT OF OF IDAHO
_
^ cI ^ k' p ^ . of i>ld day, at tne
eait
NOT
NOTICE OP SALE
erlton *A
Daly, l=tde1lty National IN THE
SomcthfnE else, A good HpfinSp
enough " *knaus
•
AI>FOINTEt> I'OR
mmecli- riwl door or the rwcn i-'allj Couniy
count)'
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Notice U^hereb^
Dank
Dulldlnf,
Twin
Falls,
Idaho,
TWIN
F
was to his (cet immecllCouniy,
PIIOVINO WILL
STATE
D * 'D A R R m O T O ^ " Megru?o‘
l
fellow. o( course, but a vrHinv
definite alely. He ramm ed a clipJ in
his,^®;'”
,
In
hi.s,^®“y
i(®7jaho
"uic
Boone‘’u
•
J.anJ
n
i
IH
Iff
THE
Till
J'ROUATE
COURT
OP
'J
''
J?
f*
liall
of
Deceaied,
".iF
,
riud Ife would tr y a& nbsT ^y . '•'pJ)’
„ ii: r . , . E a
sm k / . '. i r ,
im lell
Eitala of Elvli B. Darrlnilon, * ’H •*"
TIIIc c,
Ccmpmiy, i i Iruilce, will
icll TWIN
TWIN FALLS COUNTY. YSTATJJ
E, li. DORTZ. Deteated,
. Eitale
general tiiic
Ihini; and fall as oficn. If
If hhef rine ond cul loose in the ■oirp,
laid de«aied.
deceaied.
rJ.Vii i ,
at puWic auction lo tlio lilgheit bia01- JC Matter of lh* Etlnte of Dated th
ay, IM7.
Pursuant 10 an Order D
off lald
,, hc
i,e direction of the loudest noises.
Notice ll hereby given by
Ihe
r
dcr for cnin, lavtlul money of'
of llie InIn tho
Ifio
Coun.^^ade .oa the SUi day of undersigned
Uh mXle*\^rial"VoVVl9Bol'o*l'!
s'ald
said bl.ick. ft w as ivh/!e.: 1/
II pays. HANNA
*' Admlnlitrator OLEMAN May,
Administratrix ^’^W
With
v
mewhat umitd
Unlled Slatei of America, »ll|P*^a.
*'*^NA H. SOULE, tJeceaied.
The other m an was somewhat
nf
„M
1M7,
said up. It was down.
Th.
illowini PURSUANT 10 an Order Siy
ol laid
NO^CL
on Hlihwny So, « mllei eait
0, FublHb.^
Publlih: ,,
May «, II. IB, 23. I9«7___
,, slower. He turned white and 5'« '
ated In p u fi, ^|jade p t^e ^J7Ih^ day of
M
Irr'pVrso'n^s ‘"b%M'i;*a‘“' ”“J ‘a*'T*
lm”s' 5dence
« f^l
.K f f f i .f S ." 3
^5"
of «Weihlnxton
.School. Twin Fallt.
Indeed, « w a , a strangs,
*
inge. ff
II sucijej
himself alongside a tir
cir-- ,nj (;□,
« s;:'
y given
NOTICIi TO CREDrTORS
Tgoj'
IS, 25 A June 1. ItCT
“ jd ce*a«d!‘ ,0^ his “esl?le"'?S'™exhibit
j^W Puill'h;
PoiM'h" May
!
of June. IN THU PROBATE COURT
OP
sincvre, matinR. Soldiers
5”
o r Js "s'- ,7
; ; ; ; ; S f f ' . S cl
S ::iJ
Idaho, nnd dtjcilbcd a> lollowj, to- that Tuc
•s here
sandbags. KnausI urged ia»ho.
of said t h i : county o r tw inI FALL.S. t;ourt at
al ■
th* Couniy Courthoute In Ihem wU.
aJwv.js referred to it as a marv
e' llrti
NOTICE TO CREDrrORS
mnr- j,im
to open fire hut. if hee did a t * ‘{^•01,
Fallt
d^^’a^yeCourlrTO^^
STATE°OF IDAHO
ciocv m of r . m F.ii.
/.V
J Court. .STATE
.
, Ihe (.'lly c
10 *'lh*e
Ihe IN THE PBOIIATE COURT OP
riapc of the helpful and the
helfy ai|_
gj| ^, „ a s not obser\-able.
lunly,al tne
County
CityCityjn Jn
me tnp
I Mailer of the Eitale of Twin Fall
’eea'^ap^ publication'^ o7°thls nol'ce.'^'o
e.
Townsite, T»ln Fallf County.
«t the
C Counhouie In Ihe Ihe
(le helpTo.n
arrtne- THiv
COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS.
ll and of Twin Fallt, County of Twin
Falli. jJEANF.TTI
lace for said AdmWlstratrlx^Laura Darrtn^t^'te
In Falli.
e a NF.TTE JENKINS. Deceaied. pointed as
By then Ihe batile was a t full
IS HEREBY GIVEN Proving
p a
11
'S ' j S T
H, N.
M’’ll‘?''of°the nilBle of
orded S,‘ TOj®ind‘’lacr?or*''roWng
thV Will
W?l' HyNOTICE
NOTICE
n ,
the
tr,e undvnlgned executrix
jgf,j jj,;,
■No. not that way," Knaus fuQ-. U.S. artillery pieces open- in ni
rlx to the
he Jiorii,
deceaied. and lor heartnf the Jewell. I.
' Slate JESSiV.' LEROY °JENKINS, alio
creditors of and all perions having oppUcatlon ol Clar* TortJ for the li- Palls, Co
would odvise patienOy,
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ed.up into the onrushing' enemy “r'i' o' fwm f i II» foumy. Idae llxed known at ROY JENKINS, Deceaied.
ailon of el,Ims agalnil Jeanetle Jenklni
de- »““'>«
,iin c e 'o
10
uilneii NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN.
’t.M,'
I L t Florenc
tr man with devastating effect,
:t, and said »ale win be made w
without
the ll- cenied, or her eitale, to5''‘‘'"exhlbll
exhibit
Teiiamenti
Teilamentary.
when and where any ?'
for Ihe t
"How then?” the other
By Ihe underilined Admlnltlratrlx
dln> IIluance 10 her of Leliera Teitamenihpm wlib
lied into covtnai
covtnant or warrants rtgardlng
tl- auance
loose-jointed G Is scrambled
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Tm
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wim
Will
Annexed of the Eitale of
would asfc.
loojtf
K ‘K S
" ; sa ; : , " ' o V i aDated
:
irancet. Iary.
when and wher* any perion wlihin fou r'™ '''*
-im they
Ihev jo
ol, or encumbrance*.
‘ ry -J,
MS
conleit
re^i^leTi't
•ON
J^eiile URoy
vise.” the
to pick off whom
jred h/
b/ Inttrtiti
Inltrtiied
may appear and coaleit publication nf ihii notice to ihe “said
3m
Itiey
,g P“**e»*lon
,[,e obfliaUon
aecvired
f..
"fklove it counterclockwise.”
Ih4 night
i
rrzB
Admlnltlratrlx.
Roy O
Jenki
executrix al the Offlcei of Rav- "
1
and pi
puriuanl to the power o( lale »anie
could.
.
»nd
i IMT.
IM7 ton
f and all perinni having Clalmt
■Huh?”
couU
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Publlih:
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.............. May JS, 23. Juno I. 8.
hom, Ravhom. Webb «.„Flke,
I
Despite the resistance, the
____ aialnit laid deceaied or hit etiale.
■Up ond (0 thaJeft.”
De
the cncn' r" Mm''r‘’'nd^ManVj'
to exhlbll Ihem with tho necesinry
e. Small Milftr,
hank.?," emy
Muitr, husband'and 'wl'el Ora’nt'fi!
i S .£ i a a „ . , „ .
^ h , _ J soicha. Bud. TbanJct."
ewy continued the charge.
^ N O ^T I C E TO O tE im pR Sj® QP ‘voucheri
vou'che'rt“ within four mnnlhi after
ho, this being the place nxed fnr Ihe _________
ed over
over
t-"rid Title company, ai
of them crawled
T tiat's how it was withh them
th<»m bunches
hunr
. .k I TOiitee. Ior the benefit and leiurlty
I «'
of said
NOTICE OP ACCEPTANCE
TWIN
NCE
TWiN PALLS COUNTY. STATE 'o'the'tal
[S'the'la|J“AdmVnlt"ra»lx''wlL?°Wl^^
and 8
NOTtC
--------- I Ihe
o, Uuho
u,
K E I’ubtl»bi
S 5 i i M ., a
.Savlnji & Loan Aiiocla.
^
Iho p arapets and shot)t their o,
iiun
Notice ll hereby given Uiai the o r in/
_ Annexed at the Of/lcei of Hayborn,
ecordfd iM7
IW7
Pated Ih
5ved be- tlon,
weapons a t w hatever moved
non, an
ai Idaho corporallon, recordfd
LAND,
n.yborn, Webb & Pike, 120 2nd
’ p ' y J'ir“ Tw’ln Fallf“ ou?ly.' D
D«°cel«d*^*°''
RayborV
Wiiir”
e«I«d
low or w hatever was already k jIm '
riVnB^i'
NOTICE TO CREDrrORS
“ Executrix
l
55.
of Eilaln
of f
■lei lilt- *Not1ce It hereby given 10 Ihe Twin'I’al’
Couniy IN THE PRODATE COURT
jJesneite Jenkins, deceaied
>*i.OOF
F
dead.
pajie 3
having ,h, piBCB flied for the traniactlon
s t a t e publlthPutllih; M
May 11. IS,
June I. 1W7 m nir'accepf, aThiiJSii^b^^n ffiUfy
Ity Idavmves Recoriler o' Twin i'alli County,
Ida- TWIN FALLS COUNTY. STATE
j r ; cia'im'i”
r 'K . 'a r .s -s
1 -k
Fm ally, the guerrilla waves
a-im ap- deceaied, or hli eitale. to Vxhlbit
exhibit *'o,|ed
t
" '“d'’thl'''<ih'’da*“'o
f'M a"‘ IMT
ORS
performed, In accordance wllh
' K g grew so large (hat the artillery- btf*
mt and mem
ihem with
Dl
URT oOF
wll Ihe neceiiary vouchers,
uchers, ®‘"Vn^Y**JE??K?NS^'v/lUGHT
r spllcable
~ ; ' i plani. speclflcaUons
f f l ^ g i*
r ^ t ‘ “^^i^l“u’-r.'“Vo=’’p^y*',S'o*n!;.?Vn‘ d | c^ :
men had to em pty the flanking
le flnt ,
Admx. wllh will Annexed of
by the TWIN FALLS c o u n ty ,“ STATE s r . - s . s . " ! . , = led,
the nublicaUon
of Ihlt notice, 10
lo Ihe
! . -.si
S S .J :
Ihe Eilale of Jeiile Lebunkers and rally Into aI tighter
liEhter h/r *n
^^eril^
>0 projTHE ES- foUOwInf
followini scboot consUMcUoo
pro]- Mid
laid W.
w. I, McFarland. Execulor of
rll and lort of and all perioni *hav'lng
having ?N
in THe”
TiiE °1ATTER OF THB
^
defense,
ary, I
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S!
K
!
said
Etiaie
ai
Ihe
law
office
of
Edees, de- TATE OH
HARTif JCIM claimt ajalntt Huber F. Reel,
C GKOVER F.. HART^ Jnlttn
* Eu«n* W. ward Bi
Avenue P^WHht May II. H. 25. Jun* I.
I'V Di
T^«cpKipii
Lhrls
.
"G et out of the bunker.”
„*);• '
Include teaied, or hli ettnle, to exhibit T
LUY,
«?l*sm:
N^rmCo>
S'umy'!^ T^in’^ ilf s S*a7e"of m V "'"
IIVEN to
to Jenten,
Contraciort, Robert
Siu- Nnrih
ouchen, no
' t ICE JS HIJREDY GIVEN
Jenten
n OTICE
principal, lntere»I, taie» andJ injurl^''|jjr- Ihem with tho necetiary vouchen,
AN
‘Move down to No, 2."
princ'ip
By W ILUAM L RYAN
Annex,la.ho,
Idaho,thihli being Ihe place fixed for ---- :-----oerioni *rt
Educalion Annex,
Ihe first
ol and all penons
art Special
M
of Ihli within lour monUit after the
firtt the creditors
credil
transaction of the builneti
leti of
NOTICE
NOTI
OF HfTARING ON
Id'^ Dece’
IS9.«ij'97. Moy S, JM7 the Iran.
^A P Special Corcespoadent
"H
deni
■■Here
they com e."
5Jc«*'o
ired by PubllcaUon of thit notice, to lh* laid having cli
! ihp n<c. Notice
It funher given pursuant lo lald eila
s 'i s;i{-’«.o‘=
noVi?**^
)j;
Hoy
the etatnt, to e>j ; r i i « ? i ? “ wi*tS"!he°ssi;
the hell out of here!”
le re l"
taid
wid D?ecl"of
d
T 'lf.f‘li"t3,5«'57‘
C E.
e -^ Smith. Executor of 'tt.'e
F o r some reason.” wrote ‘■Get
"g
'■ S ' s S f S ' ! » ' V '! f S 'T J
derilincd O'* provisions B! SecUon 4J-S02 Idaho Dated >
leceaied eisary
to tlie underilgned
IV 10«7 late of laid Huber F, Reel, deceaied
eiiary vouchers,
vcu
S or cor, % 'S , E A „ I
lg ago, Kn
Knau.s, of cour.se. started to
■ SIS Sec.
Code Ihat any renon, • firm
REAL ESTATE.
G aniaJ AbdeJ Na.?ser Jong
“ J gg “''j
S 'o 'a i5 ''l! A ? J { ,\^ l YMPANY
L & '& .1
i^ ^W.
K ' trf/lce In Ul. AUut.. Blflr, . [ lh, Dt/k
tale Of IN t h e PRODATE COURT OP
fs Idaho
poraUon who fias fumlthed_^labor
He hopped to thee top ot ny tT. W, STIVRIIS, TBUSTni:
It.se em s that within thee Arab comply.
comc
1 » , TJI
f by° the
w” a !'MCPar^'andf *dV
c*ea°i- *^tw
1 n^ FALLS COUNTY. STATU
deceaiTWIN
S i v falli O
slopped. kijam
KRAMKR. WALKtH t PLASKUY
liTnttt &
“J,
up'on “5?‘*W^c'on*
ndering (hc
circle there Is a fole, wanderJjii
(he jbunker and there slopped,
! of lard Publlth: May 2J. June 1, 8, JJ.
IS. IW7
IMT ink'll#
In lh# °M
aim lessly."
** He Iliwked b ack for th se olher
Ine'u 'o f u!e” wii'h?n ^“o"uT‘monlhs ^lier'’
Olher T^in }}.Jrii,*''fd"aho‘^‘‘"
{^e'tr.'
fnMr* 'he
contracts,'^payment for which hai E---Atlorncyi for Idaho Savlnji
la ^ ««
jly Jay
lay man and saw him still clinging Aiiornt
In those w ords probably
SO days
NOTICE OF SALE
NANCY
NANCY E. SMITH,
*'da^ED ™'s‘’"th'’dax of May^iwr, oot b«n n
i..»,
day
NOTICE
IS HEREDY GIVEN,
Board
of
Thursday,
the
»
th
day
of
NOTICI
s
motlfrantically
to
the
edge
of
the
the philosophy which has
frant
I .
CARNET ChAIO, Ul* El-. f,'i"
M * ‘ an llemlied italement of Sfptembe
Education
our of Ihat Tuetday.
tho IJlh day of June.
™h‘
September. ISfl'f. at th* hour
Tues
■f Hubtr
Huber
AdmlnUtratrlx of' Uie
Es- K^^oat
on
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vated him ever since and which, sandbags.
sarnll
he 1«T. It
due and io;oo o'clock A.M. of said day'aU
at Ihe
at Ihe hour^of^ll:M ^'cloc^
F, Reel, Deceaied.
I
s i w s ' s - . a s . s s s Such
a ' . 'nos i{7,„
? - (ron,
s
,n o tic e o f UEARma
aoor of the Twin Palls A.M. of I
tim e afte r lim e, seemed toD drive Then
Thi h e dropped to the
le oth
oth er
er
rubii»h; tay 3S, Juoa 1. ».'•and
a
Publlthl
and 18,
II, •'
^.:c%^'al“'
t
'
'"Pa'd'bT:
Couniy Court House, Twla Falla of lald
lailonal mitn^
mitn's side.
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• pPETITTON^HOR
t
PRODATB
IWT^____________■
T.
_________
Publlih!
fc
ATB
him lo.thfi brink of international
” S d ; ^ ^tos • ^ T “ “. . s . K ‘'cl•.';i; g r . s '
I Twla County Courl"llouie*’’*n 7h«'"cit^*of
______ Jij?'"'’'
“ • *'• “
*■ hMded
disa ste r.
XI,,
Tlie fight flared for .hour.i
j
l
o
n
i
----------of
School
Dlsuict
No.
411.
Twin
?J,|,
10
CorTwin
Falls.
Idaho,
has been appointf. ™
» . s
•llMrs AT,^o,ffj®,tNT'''oF''^EXECUTOR
Ni
ICUTOR
NOTICE TO CREDfTOnS
'55. OF
OP ----- SNOTICE
TO CHEPrrORS
FDllj.‘'ldaf
■nt has
e. Dead {m
jm ^ti
t h e phobate court
of IN
in THE
tii
RT OF
PROBATE COURT
jif'
The ER\-piian president
has afterw ard. Give and lake.
at pu^ ed
o"crac*e Sm'lt’h Kev
URT OF Notice “i "further gt^ n 'h a t failure R?'V,l?ioV
lund for w
twin
state
twus FAI.LS COUNTY. STATE '' w a s m » a '- ™ 's ° v ™ ,/ TSTATE
TWIN
defined man
i : fai . i-s county STATE
A ? s on. , tti«
» s rpart
, s of any (laimanl to lll«
t.;
tried to fill that dimly defined
f"®*' for dead man. Wound
-------such
clBtnr-wlthla
M-daymftenfiI»
ju
te
s
ol
.uf^Tcring
of
'm
ystic
woundr—
E
ach
—Aide—ftuffcrmg
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nilfTnvolvlrig'ariTlIntasrm ystlC vrouf
JRME1S-- ,
o, h e n r y SCHt>KE, De- dn'u Shall
ini de- of Nancy E. Smith, for nuthorlra.
'I’e time of sal*. Iho followini
and aa mightily. But at length
Rlh the m
MARY
ary PIM1;NTEL WAONER. De. TE», 1
feeling of "A rablsm " and
sell an Intereit In Iho follow.
. th*
iK> AdAA Ceotcd ,,
right 10 :
Ul* con- icribed real property altuatedI la the lion lo sc
.
Kollco II heicby given bylexed
retreated. And ihe
10
hereby given by the un- uactor's 1
d ream of seeing Arabs united guerrillas
Ruer
of Hid mlnlitralrli Wlin Will Annexed
10 derslined
. Notice IsExeculilx
jjMda *” jn"*undivided one-lhlrd K ) Inter,rwti havhav.
10 the creditors Dated *
Jie Per- gvns
guns began to cool.
Court,
c B ‘± 5-l,"n.n‘?«°n'd‘’'d; of May, the credllora'of *nd all perioni
o v e r a vase a re a from the
Earl
eil In th» following ^eicrlbed
-en that mg clalmt aialnit Ray I , fc^ el* s m Gulf to the western reaches In the end, the surviving GIs L^Jt.
walked w earily ihrough the des- J,“V
i i jo
o‘^“5i5',!J'c?olkV S of . ! i i d” J:
o f N orth Africa.
wall.
ace. »i
»t th«
the court Hoom of laid Court, «ri, w
ila oam.
ia r.K
f '''? S f i s S » ,
• f t '!
dl of
Falls Couniy. Idaho, according
M N asser saw it in his
pam. o'ation, surveying the dam age.
„
ld
ci
Execu^lrlx
Publllht
May
18.
U.
1W
7,_______
to tha plat thereof recorded In
on
^
he
‘li'y
reached
the
fina!
“L
0
he final ?l,;"oV?wrn‘U i . “" ouX 'V "V iiS f’.‘aV
fijd'^^S
'; s s s 5 ? . s ! , . “ 'w ffi-*,,'," r s " ; r
pW et. ■■Egypt's L iberation.'^he
Said aal* will be made without the Office
Offi of ihe Couniy Record^ nier of
they found two> Ameri- fFain,
«u«, tdaho, hat been »ppolnted at neied
t°Bulldln* • NOnCE OP TRUSTEE’S'■•TS'
PovJnam
an d E gypt were a t Ihe center
ot bunker
bun!
«SALE
j 5 v rovenam.or
warranty retarding
SS M
W % V S i't. TTwin
‘i Twin
« ■ .Palli.
£
dlng tltj- er of si
person In
reies _ can
can bodies both shot through
Couniy of Twin Fall*.'. On Mon
ough the
the
Rl“a'ry 'n m C le^V M - T?5.l“
tw o v a st geographic cirelw
I St»« of State of Idaho, this being Ihe place 1M7. ot I
ired
by
terested
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s : a ' may appear, and show
oer.
deceaied
ant)
for
hearlns
th*
Paiu.
i
th e A rab world and, around It.
Ice fixed fixed for the transaction of the A, M. of
and punuant to. the power of sale cause, why
w .the order prayed for
-**wWch
w
asn
't
so
bad
for
them
,V
p
\
‘5
buslneis business ^ f s.id ^ ta ie .
or them r \ ^ ^ C n ’’ce"fo\Tm‘i f fe'tTe'.5'Vet5i^
jit exe- should not be granted.
th o A frican continent — .w hirt
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mentary,
when
and
where
any
perof
tald
rola In ««1
.
.
m«nn
would play a major role
LOLA C. SCHLAKE
AKE .
Falls. Sla
Id’ wife! '’*^*^°(s)‘EVEL-i'N'"Mr. ItlNTZIl,
Inierealed
may »ppe»r and
e
worse.
i"
and concon- Date
Dated May
NIELSON
Wilt of TiUe Com
Company, os Trustee, will seU nf.Mora
NIELSON
Executrix of thaa Will
shaping m ankind's future,
U It could have been orse.
leceaRd et
?iih Win
»'nry Schlake, deceaied
at publle
publle aualon, lo be higheil bidSrpor^ Publish: May”: ^ Jun?L Ind 8, IMT
1 a p a r t ‘'DATEo'Mly
sj , i w .
lead- T*
dai
. Stepping intp this role a s lead.
der.
lor cailfln
lawful money of the
“
Esuie W F-bllthl
Publish: IMay 4. II. IS. »^. 1M7.
1K7.
der.Jor
|j
NINT2E
^.1 BVEUYN M. HINT2E
NOTICE OF LETnNO
e r of this conccpt Nasser w u
i.?rHhHS seciirliy of Idaho Savings fta Loan
not
Ray E. Burrneliter. De■DBS
iimo'of
?ife.'the*followSg
deiVrlbert
orV^n, Sealed propc4Bll will be received
coostanU y bafned by the chron. r r ­
J
g
l>ub!l»ii:
May
3S,
June
1
and
Id
*.
S.
IW7
1W
7
Publllht
Publlll
M
a*y*2S.
Jun»
1.
».
18.
IW7
ic dUunity of "Arab unity." Re- I t I
« fe
'*'* ?lh ffV * f^id h'*'’on*y
OP IDAHO
described
n M l K
t/th 'e; ,o'fflce of me Department of
llglon and nationalism tended to
Etiate of LILLIE MAY POTTS,
Lol E
r
<
i
n
NOTICE
OP
TRUSTEE'S
SA1.E
HUhwayi,
2211 Well State Slreet,
tie A rabs together, but their ( . £
NS
Deceaied,
of D<
« ?Se?
D**ceaie"d,
IC If
On Tueadiy, Ihe 26lh dayJ el
Sep- ' ••• , ANOTHER SimiMONS
sale 1 UflJ,. Jd.ho, until two o'clock P.M..
jy the AdFallt, County, Idaho, according ‘J?
of 10:M IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP n iE
Notice I
ow n dissensions, disputes antf
, ‘’'tl'^ihe
tl Ihe ELE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT mlnltirati
^M
n 'u V to
LONG BEACH, Calif. ( AP)
A P ) - ''" d5 '’°k'A
“
an cie n t . Jealousies continued
to U
Vn Fallt OP THE STATE OH. IDAHO. IN credltora
Ann i890-pound turtle with a shell
S M
i s S ! ' :ng
, : L a i s t i K “p‘« r a
.r ,s
te a r them apan. ■
A
in Falli, AND FOR TWIN FALLS COUNTY
tialmi
ty. iIds ; r "
ot Idaho, JANET KAY KKNNtSON, PlalnUff. ceaied. or
t her eitale. rtoS exhibit
k S ii
!}:
3
'i
In'Stda Sra'^ No‘sw'kno5»n"M"ldah8'pfdI
jamnlng
‘"wed ® 25-foot count
coMtantlT damning
vouchers. Safd sa
tale will be made wllhout ^Vl'in.i
them wllh
TRUSt «,^WrLmM_^^LEONARli KENNI- rtem
wW th* neceiiB^ VMchors.
1 Iniur- trVi A?d Project No. I-MN-«(8)22f
Bhosts cahl
cabin cru lscr five miles (hrough t ^ in
Uie first covenant or warranty regarding »«£. •n
th e Wtll century and thes ghosts
i I e ' s t a t e 'O P IDAHO lendi pubiicallo
......
irid'bv ‘n-C***"*
:icd of a L
U uuuites.
wm lell al public^aucllon'.
aucUon. T
THE
m perial-‘l>« J’acIIlc before It died
i
rf
colonialism -a n d imperialctta.
U
greedngi
(o
William
Leonard
Xennllald
Adm
haustion,
to
the
hlihen
bidder,
for
c«»a.
ireetin
for the
the fcroJ.
broken b ack and exhaustion, [o y<<
is m ." bJaniM the West far
ndjml.
Denoll. Benoit
* Alexander.^he^^f. puriu^aiit
d Slatei. aon (b* above named defendant.
B'
ttidness,
reported.
.u * "'
of aale, You ara,hereby notified Uial a tomeyi. '
A ra b World’s ,bac5rtvaiiiiess
ty of Twin ^ Robert Fulton, Jr. and Mary R. w*"®
. . . . . ffi
;! .£ 1
ms. He T
Th#
rare
divisions and con/ustonj.
t Leatherbaclc T urtle,
Ihls being I'ulion, husband and wile, pen*
Granlor,
"d,:
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r
a !-j, r a K
r t ’J' S A v ,
as
*
TRUST
COMPANY.
(|
ransacilon to
to Doone
Doone Land Tllla Company, as
te of Ida- the place fixed for the irantacilon
aumatlc In «w aters this far north,
pVfii,
rth, and r.A
; stxt* of Idaho, and dticrlbed Judlcli
n e v er got over the traumatic
(0 .u c h 'A c t^ .'rih y niy
:ounly by of the business of aald cilate.
truilee. fi
u ??'
k
ine w
war
MICHAEL P?^BA
.KAT
y” '
Jll ,,|d jj„ tlial'll wiil af.
eperience of the Palciiine
ar the cruiser, carrying the four •• follow*, to-wit:
;? 's
s h .';'E “'!,.‘; . r S r ' : fi b. ."v'^' in
S
he -Soulh
th* '"abov*
named plaintiff, tnd
and you Dalad May
>
J, IM7.
of
George
n\en b ack from a fishing trip,
^
NKEY llmiatlvely Insure thai th^^eonjract
pear end
(a) ELSIE CLEO
;0 rOTTS
POTTS Falls Rea
Realty and Insurance, record- vramE)
a nd the blttam ess of Egypt's men
6 feel of *ra hereby dlcrcted to appear
nt wllhin
Admlniumrlx of^^U^^Ej- ed O m h
of Martin plead to th* lald complaint
I’s crea- colli
collided off the aouthem Callm
i , Sp*ie
S ^Ki n, 5’p^
K « A .S lf ,‘ r
; llVement"wuf'’l»'*awar<»ed*to
S
d e fe a t He blamed Israel’s
tha
lay
PoltJ,
No.'frWjS^
l?‘vSi?me**20«'*a”
I
County,
fweniy
day*
of
Ih*
i*rvlc*
of
thli
owed to fom
fomla c o ast Sunday. T he Imtion on the West, and vowed
lowsil respontlbl* bidder without
ifecea'ied
' 2IM. Mori
tho plal anniher aummont: tnd youI are furfur.
dlietimlnalion on tb* ground of
you ao
ao Publlthi
Publlshi :May <, li. 18 and 2S, IMT Couniy, I,
pact tore off the bM t’s rudder
m
'oliim* 3 Uier aoUfled that unleia you
rally
; ‘r«vo!uliQnaiy
forces pact
i^ iaIMT.
m race, color, or nalloaal origin.”
and cracked the turtle'*
’» shell.
o>
®',/!.» “ • P‘*»
«eordi «“ i•ppe*!
pjy’tt tt !! *PublUb:
a g ain st Imperialism.’*^
and
ft'w*be‘'mVd*
^* b e *
u 'i* u J« '’i6““ p!
“^ ‘5: Way M, June 1. 8, li.___
K i ' r f f ? s ."
vtp7c^f*ed!
s s s ------------ LAND SALE ------------ H
: Proposals must bs prepared and’
0
November. December, IM*.
wlU ttlte iiidgment
■AIR lubmltted
S**ld »«l»*"*lll b* mad*, without
wltliwit the
Ui« pItlnUff
p'
m times Tf
T he turtle lurfacedi beside siu
No one figure In modem
Ml Januimt’ NOTICE OP TRUSTEE'S SALB
«ubmltte£ in accordanc* with lh*
iald*?om- NOTIC^^IS^ HEREBY® CIVEN ?i^*'Feb
per. the boat.
80 stirred A rab souls. His per3 ;;:? .! Xpf'ln^
T a y . r . ’s ! i , 'v ,ir‘ 'divorce
j s s THAT
t S S ' SUie
. following described tract msiallmen
■■ foveo
UuV.“*pMie“ »!on*M-‘ ”encum6rM
' , as s ! r , " . 3 ' , . s „ i : “ a ' s . i u ' s
t e s " b . ? 'v ^ r . v 'u * ‘s o 2 ro,?!‘.i?
ftonality evoked mcmorle4
:h hIIim
m ." ti
10 lallify
th# obllMUoo lecured by on ih«
irlej of "Wo d ecided to catch
lii
IN FALLS fe^Vt,
te m t an
and the baSanca owing a» Of o «‘ock
r s ‘. : n r „ . ' , ! 5 I*. mental
r . . i
ancient A rab glories.
, h the boat’s owner, Thomas
„ ,said
T homas
1° 1 *
'5
truit ex- 'wWllneii
my hand and lh< aeal of Couniy w
Nftaser. more than t feet
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Ull. Dobson, a L o n g -B each
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f Idlho! * Wans. apeclflcallOBt. forTit of eoa3. IM7. at together wllh Intereil Uiere’oo at
and ROSAl^E ^BREflNEN.hui. . S3
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shoreman.
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ien the ^ t{
They gaffed the tu rtle and &5il ,
10 tha highest bidder, for cash, otllca of
si
r o p ^ It wilh an anchor line, patii
is S tS : 2 i‘yV, f o iS ; P ^ 'o “ ?a*s‘ f r V ‘8!;
Df sal*; Disirict Emlaear at Motboaa, IdaIn IM8. In World War II fighung
flghOng Curtis Miller of Downey, holdC W ^ N M ’reORNr‘’RXvBORN, WEBB h f m ?
a t Fa lu a a in PaJcjjlne , ha
he ha3
had i„g ' the gaff, w as flipped over- o f r
if¥ S i^ A charg* of Ptva Dollar* flS.W)
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himself
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earn ed th e nickname ■’Tiger of w
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o ne of the rare heroes 0"
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w ith the corrupt regime of King —71
LEGAL ADVEKTISEMENT^
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T H R E E WAVS
counts
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h;intl he shnulcl cnuntt distribudlstribus. A judllinn, tricks and points.
)udiree counts
cious use nf these three
lo-tind the
wil! often enable him to-tind
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Si'lS:
ELE AND WALT OULANEV
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He’d Like Too T
Add
-
Weight To Romance
lomance
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3
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T n e ric c rV ^ # ® % ^ -
Vcar W ilt: I am 20> jye
r aars
r t teen should
si
belong to a church
old and craz.y about )hysical
physicaland
andhave
hi faith, and I want lo
fitness. I work out three
after-belong
belongto a church. But If they
e aftertil
noons a week
arc one
all I quit, then
^m at
nndthearcgym
all nnd
like the
spend 20 minutes cach m
n oornirs
rn irs I feel sorry for people. My par\\
in exercises. Bul I'm not: happy
happv ents
enis don't
d'
seem to quite under‘
'\
with ju.?! having myself l o o k stand my problem.—I'm A Be---------- Rood. 1 am graw ly cnnctfrned
nctfrned lievcr,
'Y about my girl friend, 1 lave
Deai
ive her.
D
ear Believer: Our sympathy
but l)cc.-!ii.<e of her ihinne.ss
stm nK h r a minJjfer who
w M s J ij stn
Ji-W llii m ust build a sermon that will
her.
challor
challenge
and interest b o ( h
I've Irlcd lo hint at this by grade schnol kids and grandA > V /) u Joking aboul her lack of weight, mothei
mothers. Hnw you target in on
\ f S l \ J ' , Oul she puLs drinf.ing soft! (friiiiis such ax wide age range Is (*U j B | g and nibbling on poiatn chips
lips bo- yond us!
fore eating good solid, viiaminIf thc
tl
•iiaminbreak with your old
enriched meals. What ?nore
3rc can church is irrevocable, why not
'■ * I do wilhoul offending her?— pet
p?t yo
your parents’ permission lo
_
jfcalthy Bystander,
visil
visit •your friends' churches?
■ J . - ,1 'DL'flf liedlihyr You-tiRve
n o -E
n ttj
»ve no
-E««ntunily-you'll-find
one that—
OWfc»
—
n
I w f R ; srE A K W
M E .'l rlfiht
, i S “ ' to Insist that ynur
ur girl speaks to you, When that hap---------- ndd pounds.
She may aspireipirc
to to
pens.
pens, don't junt come and sit,
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■i'ivl(’Bj'-fa.!!ilon mWJcl a nI g ll ee ss hut p i t c h Jn and cnntribuie
rather than thc cur\’es off physl- something
somcth
A
il5 * * ; y ? C '
rather
to the chujch, sing
cal CDllure qurrns, Dui you
;ou cnn In Ihe choir, help with the chcrexplain yuur fccllrjis. "Clare, ubs' class,
i
or work on ihfi
C
would you he embarrassed
ised to gground
rounds.-E le and Wait.
bo seen with me ff I puffed
uN l
puffed
UNWARRANTED
GRIPE
M —— _
^Y
up to 300 pounds? (Assuming
IT
Dear
Elc
and
Walt; I have
•C^
she’ll give an affirmaiiw an- .
I
,hn,p,
^ 3 swer. procced.) OK, If lh
a t’s *a gripe! I work on the school
’
VOU
»
1“"
'''''
li^Sh
paper. We
'Iruc—Ihcn you're saying y o u
]| nave "Song Dedfcaiions" where
take notice of my body.' iWell,
I
e’
can dcilicatc ft snng
S H i.i2 £ _ ^ L £ = J K
:
if s" , Just
the same withh m
me.
HI.
.
.
.
lo
Other
studcni.s.
In
one Issue
There's
There’ nobody I'd ralher bc 1” “ I"'
C o p to in E m v
nrl mymv ?“ -‘‘" ’'6
dcdicalcd by a boy
1 sometimts I find
wilh, but
I I ouc }? ."
fli*
-— ^
self holding back on going
? s ir ' f"end. The song was
ee' that TH=Y PONT, ju pse ; \ | r i H T r w r T S S M i
w
r
F5YCH5
W
C
JD
1.D
V
T
KBfTAlE
TO
1
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ISC
vou
Sp®"'*
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TogeihT 6£ TAKE'J AIWS..AVP SHJ-OJ TO LCAVB UflBBBI
t HB w la" P“V
public
you, because you c r." A tcacher saw this
KILU ASAIW, (D^:
PO A5
, with
and
i
^
U look like
someone who'di hf-,„
blow ®r- . ^
nway in a strong breeie. If
If you showed it lo the principal. Well,
II Vhijlp
L u the principal talked to the Jourwant to get healthy. IUI
tcachcr, and ihcn he took
j
'
■f:,...:.;^ you find a good c la « andri snr£
supi g r ply some guiding booklct.s if lhe entire 1.500 papers and
crUinn threw
IH
not, well tn o ls your decision
“
, them away. I think this
don't't , * |j ''
only people lhat
^
to make ........", If vou don
m llin i
think that this song was
jy
push she- m ay }cst g « rolling
mh '" f V would
h« some a tfulu.on a diet and exercise rDfiiml:.
’
Student,
If fot? Well Ihcn you decide
decide
nt out- O ear Student: We «pplaud
f i r whether lhe embarrassment
for censor­
1 1
weighs thc pleasure ot herr com- your principal—not
P
ing 'fx
fhc presl, bur loe prelectpany.-W ott.
liB tho reputation of the couple
T X ? SERMONS LEAVE HIM COLD ‘nB
Involved.' It's s sad fact of llfCi
M fi
Dear Ele and Walt; I am 15 ['"'oWe
celings *3'Jt
years old. Recently my feelings
f u t It takes only a small sugof dlscomfon with m y church 5” ''° " to sta rt a m ajor scanBe realistic—"spending the
.erupted, I haven’t g o nn ec to <lal.
<!*'• Be
Qasolin® Alley
-tim es
es nnight.
______ church "more than fo u r-tim
lg h t-liogetlier”..ip c lls sex .{t»t ,
ecause handho
handhoiding) to anyone past pu- •
■ '^ .u 'l a year since I was 13, because
V/hat's rea lly ' ' ' 1 h appen
en -to know
k now ' ^ 7 Som e
$ h e w as -fighting \
rmons.
berty
l Ccrlainly that's not dirty,
u
V
'
I
can't
understand
the
s
e
r
m
o
n
s
..«
f
‘yi
!•’ 1
e a tin g g o u , 4 h e h a d1 him a t her* w help.' U a t e s B a rry .'B e h 'e '
That’s n«3!it-,Femvic}<.M
>undav’*but
’'Jt.Jt
/.:• -nicn, tu top IC off, Sunday
-If ,is Jnapprcprlate for !un/
S lim , 15 house f o r oone
n e r e a s oo nn .'I
.'i He h a d
Of high
school got worse and w orse. ‘O'"
"Ifr schooli—Eio and walL
ijo u w ith y
h is a rm s / M f / - ' - ^ v . ‘
^
Even
though
I
was
trying
to
ian opinion on school fraing
Got
a ro u n d
/
'T 'S
cling to my old atiendancc
terniiic o r other Issues? We’d
* rec- terniiic*
g h t.
ord, I finally jusl quit.
like to he ar them. Write to Ele
W alt Dulaney a t Teenage
y
Running away from Ihe prob- nnd Wi
atc-Une, In care ot thla newstem Isn't a solution, bul w h at D ate-U
M can I do? I feci that evcry
every paper,
paper.
j!
Ma]i>r H oopla
Q—The bidding h i» be«n:
V
WMt
N o rtt
But
SoaU
!♦
lA
P
Pass
2♦
P«s*
T
You. Soulh. hold:
4A A J 1 0 « 5 V t ♦ K 4 J * A < J » I
' What do you do now?
A—Bid ihrt* dob*. T cn r
P»rtaer h u forccd u d »ou
P
* food tund.
**>»ve
>
^
TODAT'8 qtTESTION'
Your partner jumps lo four
jpadcj over your three elubi,
^
!i;i'U won the cluh iead
liMd wilii
wilil
the king and returned thc three
Ihrce
spot. WiNi suirti'd his counl
:ounl with
hirerr held
iliL- knowledpe thnt drclurc
/our cluh.s. II West hnd
id st.irlcd
stnrlcd
Aould not
with three clubs, he would
owest;
have loii lu c k his low
cit; if
F.T^l h:ul started u iih four clubs
?un kinRliinRllu-y wtiiild liave been
c|(n:en-j.iclc-(lir>:e nnii Hast
iist wcui/d
would
have played Uic jack onn lhe
the first
first
, ,.
Declarer led tho (]iiccn nf dianiiinils from dum m y nnd contin­
ued with the jack and icn.
ien.
East's king' Appeared1 on thc
ng A
,'''
te-Line
\
1third diamond lead and West *
kknew ibst declarer held four
diamonds.
A quick review of Iho
d
bidding
reminded West thal
/
*>
South
nad bid ,<pades and must
^
hold
four of lhat suit also. There- y
h
for*
South had
disJfibu\
*'
\
'
South's next play was the six
(1
of snadfs from his hand ^and—
a n d — R « x M iira ^n . M .D
,D.. . . .
NORTU
25 West
V
proceeded tn count tricks,
Soulh
had three diamonds and P
A J5
S
vident lh at IWV
^
aa cluh In and it was evident
V K 015 2
js nond
n d r one
in o K'
rULLINa \ ^ 0 5 6 fN[
he
♦ Q JlO O
l> had two more clubs
more
diamond waiting. T h a t ^
* A2
n
(VST
"'sdc
seven.
U
he
held
the
ace
M
\VEST
EAST
n
he would have two ■
*K 87
A 1104
0 4n33n22.1 heart
^ hearts,
tricks for a total of nine. K
V Q 03
V A/V1ii 5V
04
”
Suppose
that he did not hold the
’
♦ 74
4K 32
S
V
,
•
acc
of
hearts?
Then he would
i
*10 0875
*K
^ 3
need iwo spade tricks to get to
f
SOUTH (D)
„
nine.
Then West counted points.
/
AAQOO
IfII Soulh did not hold lhe ace of ■/;
¥ J
h
hcart.i.
he had seven poinU in
'
.♦ A 8 0 5
,J minor .suiij and a maximum
(he
I
* Q J64
0 one In hearts. He would need
of
■
ncrable
lhe
ost
_
nd alm
almost
East-V /cst vulnerable
ll acc of spades and
Soulb surely
the queen for his opening ■
W fit N orlli E atl,l Soulh
s'
bid.
■
!1 ♦♦
t
West was ready for the killing
'
P.is!i 1 V
Pns33 1 *
rnss
- P a ss
d
.s 3 N .T . defense.
He went up with thc ' = h = « « b .
he sccond p•-—
,—
king
of spades for lhe
Pacs Par's
f n sIS
s
k
defensive
trick and; led the
Opening lend—*1.10
10
d
ot hearts lor three
I
m e m ore.
ecVtS
WlLU U N t TA15
mi'icijunts it m oy turn1 nut thal
that
lie has killed his partner.
tner. You
M ay 25-26, 1957
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I'm n o t in te r o s te d 1 in hn e a rin
r in g fro m a n y c h e a p tk a to ! "
__________»T
~"TJ T LISSE
Yc aT A N K ^foW ^rT iM ^
isS E NnT” vO
-roiEf^.TLi
TOIEf^.I'LI. e>E 6ACI< AW fil& H t
.erupted
church
AMO KEEP AV3VIN<&. S/0LIT
5LIT 1'l.L
v a HAVE My LE6AI. UP WITH MV.
(OOPL6/TWi
WHOU/
WHEN
13&T4
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,)eu SPACIOUS 1 bedroom hoirw with co»»‘’ ow!
it. Ph.
Ph. on
on quiet
quiet culdeuc. Gold Wednl-____«73
lednl«7S PUerAva.
Filer
733.I.M
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FAinnANKS ______ -TO-iOiSi
f'Ho"! J ig^e {m . state REALTY
7 ..,.
$1500 DOW N
experienced generu --------i?5L slli’iijillg
GIvrn by Linda Dnion. Itlaho MARKIi;b.
MAKI
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betlroom brick, beautiful
Trntle et
s ‘ „carden
^ rF o t o ^t i u i n g
; 'i “o It“ s __i:venln|»
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733-i783*
sl!od‘te“rmi.’H
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Shothone, W8-7733 aller 6;00
p.m.
, larsfl
kllchen with blitn chInn
uill lell.
edMl'LliTb' beauiy larvtce by
ly ailad- l>.NPIiRIESCliD ayphon (ut>e~ Irrf«jt».
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pet.
atone flrcpl’ace family TWO iicrc
■rlcM.
sntor ».nted. rtouie furnlihed.
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S T , t 4 r “ “ ' ' ' ” ““ ' “ B^ICK
s S r ; . p l » . a o .a to I..n,oo<,,
licrea, J bedroom hoti»e In ' »prinWer I
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Rrcordcil mcitti* — 34 houra
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733-6630
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, , U1.UKR COUI'LI^ with ialc> orr bullbtiii- Oarden*.
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WtlJJlNi
B a b , S l lltn - C h l ld C c r . 1l o6 “ “^ 1 .'t
1 *ip«knce to ninnase motel,
motel. I'otd
I'ord tti
trnctor mounletinoto Tiller
*2 bedroom home, Kllnkc Aeency,
J375
733-wai-733,57«l>-733-a73<.______
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733-4375
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excellenl term*. Phone
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Karl C. F^ernan, broker.
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pot.
option to
to buy.
-letiion. 3 btdroorai, recrtalion
, 3 bedroom bom*
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room, Cull bsiemtnt, double0 gafor renU
rent. PSona 7»-C«7.
for
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REALTY
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— 733-2810
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from family llvui* area, tulW
from™iam
carpeted,
carpeted, drapti, and well landleaped. PPrice. tii.iOO.
leaped.
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HAVE:
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LLOYD ROBERSON AGENCY
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s e e eever
v e r y available property.
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hem,, you can
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AM^on^one
mih
wate
Al-SO, new home* to your apeclllcatlonf.
Phone
Phona 733-llC
733 n tor appointment
IFOR SALE
TH RE E A CRES
Located betwe»n Turf Club and
[5jjY YOU’IX fiavD~(0 tea Ihia oneMM
acrai. J-bedrtxwn home with baie— a ? e'rre" ^ 4 S i“ ' M
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gf^k't
black lop road, Uuhl cllatrlct. Prlc»Ow"do‘'wn''‘D“ <lS’t:e” o n % ?Sn^
tract,
iract. J'ai
J-'arniera nenlty" 5S-4«S!
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BY OWNE
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tranilerred. Phono TU-MOO or UUML ca
s . . " “ “acrea.
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c<s i i . s r i i s i » , . r £ .
anve by
i'rta'V
y" 7M Greenwood Drive.
m-o'nlS' M . V£ . : i
bulldlnga and corrali. WO.OOO, 25%
room, IW
Mn.i.
'I®'"''- Wendell Reilly, Wendell,
range .an
Idaho. S3e-227i or US-2i38, "dell
(veceramic t
living rooi
___
uallty 3 beilroom brick and
SPACIOUS iplll.lovel brii;i{ =home.
«nd SPACIOUS
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f .am«
- S hortiB
i , double flreplaca
throa bedroomi.
bee
placa
threa
lana Camlly
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on
Iwo
bedroom'
[I'd
clean^ two
ice.
l"ckl
cn house and imall feed'lot. All
for M
ble,
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o-o Financing availablo,
ly car-
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baaement.
Caa furnace, waier
nt;
henfe"r'li
hcaler.
Urie back yard complete,»
iirS ' ’M acre
fenced Phoue for appointment,
Iy fenced.
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Pbonc M6-;01S, Wentlell._____
form*
Formg ft
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p e c t eexp
x p e rt advice fro mryou
'y o u r Re^i
R ealto r to help’ youu make th
thee right
pe
round wher
when such
dd ee cc iis
s iio
o n ! Your R ealtor {sia'good
s!a'good ffri
rie n d to have around
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dupltt,
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Vacaiion Proparry
58 ,,TllHliH
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SiiLUCT YOUii CAbID Ilia la Swlit He»t.
hot. Located 310 Nor%h W h ln g - aVuon
year. lon.
ion. itIOCI. Phone 733-S(lU3._______ Wj,{
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s27s2,
; f 5 Shoshone.
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DUX itelli,
italli, corrali. p a sture.
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oc boarded,
boarded, trained, artoelng. slso
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bs
e a d ^'^of lloateln'ipr1n*er''helfijer heif- *^^22 and 3
M^ HEAD
3>yean old Oood conform*S Sc«n
I to 1.150 Ilon antf color, I^ull brothers,
fen and be registered. 1 p u reb rrd Qiiaiier
All freeh- mere wilh A p i^ o o s^ c ^ tJ ^b/ siai.
before
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the noum
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'lmyi DliUlIOOMS, full-baiement,
ji^mem. Hoy, Groin
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regiiiered
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Dairy Ptlletj. Olobe Seed and — —
ejiri^^old.
R oom
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100
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tieclrlclty. EXTR;
•alo^’en;
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UilllUt* ^^m lsbea^^^1 NorUi
Kennels,
Kenne's^V,
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Kimberly, 423-6ll>*—«a-5l3l.
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Wendell.
FREE ESTIMATES.
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Idaho
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T hs A d v ertiser WIN
-----Phone 678-5585
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apartmcnu. Completely eirpeted
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phone 7M-eo?S.___________ -AvenueAvenue
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cllioii Awnue lia st. nViillablo
10 June »nJ
and bean.
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fenced In back yard wllti patlu.
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. I’ftjcnt occupnnts wish lo»Hl
car-;
hour aervlce. Phom 733-238..
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Insulation _______
and iniiliilon Phone Uoyd
J ii i___ KECJISTP-RED W Glmaranrr pups ^ r
pt'l anU^ilrap^cjj^ Shown Jj^oppolnt.
uppolnt- _o[.ivnR e-row bean planter.
5^ 18.
tale. Excellent blood lines. SU.
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Our^ iniulitlon doesn't burn, seuls
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Phone
Huhl.
hro^iy
T e le v is io n R e p air
p h o n e»43-5»e».
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Newly
eri,
eri ben and bean, completa
p
implete
BoBfdlng
& T raining
° in "
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.nd .an-«iih bar and m arker*.
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ra ™ ,
lllnlion (urnl»heil,‘ jn j htsl.
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th
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spreader.
Ccorge
Radio a I'Vj^Service:
Service; A"» rtaioaabla offer. Phon. 733),* *2*i? i! _____ Klndofqoften
^Del^Duttcrfleld
6 * le a ? r
QUITO 451 3rd AvcnLO Well.
—
CU 6-row Incorporator.
11. 733- —
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>,rrcC Tralnlof all breed**.
“'•
''breeds*
—I'ARMHAND F-ll loader.
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cnrpeilni!. Air condllloned, ialTur^
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CASH MO d esel. 1«!1.
Patio*.
nne* heal, uilllly room In
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5 : ____ l9Wf<
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fhone 733-2MI. _____________ —INTERNATIONAL M
Moton
VALLEY TREK SERVICE
3287 afler
mntet, ? im 00, evenings._______
SHARI
______ SHARPENING
gi repamag. Motort
VALLl
matei
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LOVKL'T apartm ent; One btdrooirn _!{■,
«m?vln| CEUMAN shonhalr p u p . - sr »Mks
repaired. I’oiver raket for
ir real. TrlmnlnK
Trlmmln*. Topping ind Removlnl
Choin Link Fence*,•
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Freo pKliup, Inlermounlaln Vuel.
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rn^shed! —MASSEY ^ E n o b sO N ' »3,
Urga ^ a r k ^ area. TnlaI Fall*,
Fallt,
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« « .* . STood-a x r.. sarvlce. 733^tRr A
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_____ —FAIIMALL 4M. Jaa. IBS7.
a ]d e , s e l l
OR
;i0.e-ln. -—H
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MD.
-------SMALL clean nporlmtnt. Clote-lrT.
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-------------VALLEY TtLE contractor aleramlc
j* m lc ,_____,Milking Equipment
--------BORROW
:;,dir^; r8i^^S?3.‘’
i‘S9'!Hie OuBrrv, marble, and TT1.M57'
e r ^ o . Bulk
i , j . milk lank and pipeline leTvlce
•aniln’llo'n VufnUhed'. A*r'confllUo”n'
—CA
T ow ing
service
tiuaranlttf Workmaniblp, 733-0527.
eil. No ehtldren. 733-<l70.
•“ - - —eilei, LatweU'i, Jerome. 324- -------------31
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733-0931
IV/O bedrooms, utlllllei fumlined
J ____ Sllaar
S lliir Wr
Wrecker Strvlce. Adfllion
Cefomic Tilo
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ricepl Uihli. S60. Seo at U9 6lh
Avenue ’Weit. PBoae 733-123t.
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, Ask for a n s s l f l e dd
Street Well or call 713-OMTEbefore
_______
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]E Q U I P M E N T
^1 «l,^Blei‘.'^‘ Loi“BlUJd‘n*
retrlgerolor nnd snnliaHon tur. U
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Company,
Phona
733-BS2.
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^berly. Carpeted,''drupes, stove, re- * i?
“ urba. Interior
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frlgeraior. furnished or “'unflirunfur*23 Siai™
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Inierlo and ejKerlor^alntlng.^HDur
nished. Phono 733-;i639 _____
Chet Shirreu’
r33-S2«a ,ii?M,ing
etc, Hri« eitlmalei. MV or
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Chester
733-S2«a
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D ead and U s e le s s
”*
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517,"
TIIHLB HOOMS und bath. storage
Stofoge c,
C, M.
h\ "Duke” Roberta. 713-2821
-33-2821
frjf.” *"*'
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type* of fumRure, Recovering:
ttxSi: ?]1
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L IV E S T O C K
lerator. ____
_______ _________
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room, clean, stove, refrlierator.
founda- siuart
siu art Brothers; Inlerior and>rii-nfiai
e»tir. tiullduis:
Mfrtufe_______Joh'ctcte
lorm ng, basement, (oundaWoler and law n care furnished, ■ -■
r com- lor. coaimerclal and residential,
" “'JJ „f,'i reflnl*hiai: redcdgnlof.
iio" footiat, r«»W»'''S»>°/.„5?"'
PHONE C O L L E CTT
radiant heal- Phona 7P-»ie.
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133-” ^ B.
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733-3i3».
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*
11 nice
nice rotato seed cuttlnn ta b ic, duller
center of cliy. Large rooms,
- ----------------- ^IDAHO H I D E2
Cgttom S p ra y in g
,/
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e 733- Tol*'
attached.Four wneela. il» or
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home, mlllilca. rouoiubu.
««*| cutters.
eight
Cnr Muffler* made p--——
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w i n FA LLS 73M jsM
8M
LAWN POWER RAKING
ClS^N 2 be'd roomt, mdaluJ - Jonly.
” ■> Installed. I'Hces reoaonmble..
NO
*“ iS & ^ M d ^ l? b r ” v*cuiiy*Sa‘lei
Cu»tom Evergreen trimmlnr. Complela
aerv; In Mtglc Valley,
no peta. phono 733-CSC3 aller S:Co
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nplelt
and aervlce
678
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ley, Uilai
Uiiag
67»«411 B U R L E Y
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repair iri _________
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'^and 2n*d «EKD purebred H erefordr rbulls.
_____
ElectflCQl Co ntroctqra
GRE
celleni loeutlort with larace. ____
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0O ’W EN S E L E C T R I C
,d dealer p.m. 4»eYanlnK., RupsrL
ElecUolu*.
R e n ta ls
Eiecuoiu*, only auUorUed
^aruall^ (^nutiod. KO a monlh,
More eirrent for >*»»
—
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t r a c t o r
'■'tisrui
lumber. and aupplle*, 7U-U1S. S09 Blue AppllflnC
TWO DEDKOOM Uuplex apartmMi
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Borah Avenue W eit.__________
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Jviulbia
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Sl« Boxes ..........................................
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Ton Hydraulic J a c k s . Reg. C9.95 ....................... 119.95
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Goggles. 1Reg. M.9J
$ 7.95
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Buck Packs .............................“
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•* Water Buckets (c a n v aas)
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¥ Boat W inches..........................................
................................................ S 4.95 up
¥ Hikin/f boots ..........- . ..............................
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Sleeping Bags ................
........ ....................................... S 5-05
^ G I Mummy Bags ...........................
................................................JU,95
* Blankets
BIfl
..............................
................................................ 5 2,95 up
................................................S 5.95
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• Rubber Knee Boola .................... . . .
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................................................ S 5.95
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** 01 Pistol B f l i s ............................
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98c
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Navy Filght C overalla3 (oranfie)
(oranj;e) ...........................
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.............................................. $ 3,50 up
»V Air
Afr Afaltresses ............................
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J 1,29 up
^
Racks for J e e p s ..........................................
.....................
S 3.95
.................
;ans ......................................
S 4.05 up
** GI 5 G illon W ater Cans
Pilch Helmets .................................
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** PllC
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J 1,95
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** Canned H e a t ..........................................
* Rubberized Fishing Vests
;e sts ................
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¥» Pod
Ponchos G l ........................................
................................................ { 2.95
« t>n. P a d d le s ........................
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WDI Shoes & D oots. as
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Tennis S h o e s................................................
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Coiemafi Stoves, H e a te
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Lanicrns
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Po). Foam Sheets, Lesthereiie,
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Trcmcndous
Savings.
tw
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Brasso Q eaner. * C ainteen
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Covers,
achettes.
♦ Fishing Creels, * M achettes.
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ts.
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Snake
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Cranlio Co/fee P o ts. ¥
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fot lockers, compasses,
Mfss K iu. Flash
Jpilves, Insect rep e lte n t. Halorane
Halowne tables,
ta t
l £ l f Bfnoculars, H o Us te n , Scabbari
Scabbards, Hose, Tents, Pup,
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I* Umbrella, T e n t asuu k e ss.. Duffle Ibags,
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automatic transmL<;sion, pow4-<ioor iiordtop. Radio, heater, autom:
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io,'heater,
transm ission,
4-door hardlop. Radio,'
heater, aulomalic
au
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miles. Blue wllh
p o w er steering, '318' engine,
17.000 actual
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ro r the bu t deal in Aircrnft . 1777 AMliBICAN mobU, SSiiie.
. home.
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. awning,
dllloning,
B o o n for
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S A L E
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’s
-fl-, 4-jpeed, long.
'SS F O R D >,flon ........ $«95
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■55 J E E P ................... e J63S
can*
Ovrrneadvjtve engine, can.
'jG95
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K95
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11595
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w ith U i (zl< and 17*
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h u r s d a y , Friday, Satorday
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1S56 HJW eab forward, Vi
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trani'myMlQir*2"*'
rn'.“ " “
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.. . . $ 1442299 77
C h ee vv rr oo l e t I in
• P r i c e s D r ai ss tl ii cc aa ll ll yy IR e d u c e d
'
........................................... $ 2 2 9 5
’66 C h e v I m p a la a ...................
V8,
autom alic'transSuper Sport coupe. ‘327’ V8, autoi
sion, power steering,. power brakes,
brakes cenier con•'Ing interior.
sole, white side walls,
:lls. turquoise with match*'
.
..................................$ 1 5 9 5
’66
DO 'C h e v B i s c a ymn e ..............
utom atic tr^ns4-door sedan. V8 enRvnc.
engine, aautor
1mission, radio, henter,
icnter, w
hite side wails.
white
;Saddle Tan with Faw
"awn
n interior.
- •
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..................................$ 2 3 9 5
’6 33 JB u i c k L e S a bb rr ee ..............
eater, automalic
2-door hardtop. Radio, hheater,
jr steering, po
pow er brakes,
itransmission, power
w hite side walls. Arctic
A rctic white.
1967 B U IC K L eS ab re
<Kioor
<Kioor ha
hardtop. SapphireS™Biue
Blue
finish, uni
under seal. 400 high
jh perJoim tncc Eioup, pcwtr slecrlng,
JoimtTicc
ecrlng.
br;
power brakes.
Sonomallc radio,
„white
h ite sId
sidewall lires. ride
! / “ and
and
handling
Viandtog package, custom
n seat
seat
bbelts.
d tj, so
Soft Ray tinted windwindshield,
shield, St
Stock No. B-1S6. Sticker
Sticker
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'8 engine, rac
radio, healer,
Fordor sedan. V8
lUslQii. w hhe
h ile side walls. autom atic transm ission,
.
b
4
...............
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$1395
4-door sedan. Radio,
ladlo. heater,
he ate r, automatic
transmission, power
er steering, po
power brakes,
,^
^vhlto side walls. Faw n wllh
w ilh brc
lirown Interior.
...........................................
C u s t o m1 .....................
Fordor sedan. V8
'8 engine, roi
rodio. heater.
standard transmission.
sion.
1 8 C O M M EE RR CC II A
A L U N IT S
I n S to c k T o C h o oose
se F r o m
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64
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(C h e v P i c k u pp ...........................................$
......................
1295
Long wheelbase, V8 engine,
engine, radio,
ra
heater,
heavy duly lircs. hilch,
hitch, m
mirrors.
irrors
V8
» 633 C
( h e v P i c k u p5 .....................
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........................................... $ 1 1 9 5
•6’.
I x n g wheelbase, BIlift
r 'S
', 4-speod. radio, heat«r, hitch, m lrrtjis, ^cavy
heavy aduly
m y lii
tires,
,g g ,
’6 3 G M C P i c k u pp ...................
.......................................S 1 1 9 5
1966 R IV
V I E R A S p o rt (C o u p e
while
Beautiful
Twillchtt turquoi.se wilh sparkling
s
Be
:khide v inyl inter;
interior and all the
unmarred morrockhide
“jJ
appointments you’d
u’d e x p ce c t to find
{li
on Dulck'a
finest sport car. Com o In today iand drive thisfin
gS L A S H E D T O ..................
.................;.;...........? 3 6 9 5
Long wheelbase. V6.
V6. 4-spced. ht
heater, heavy
duty tires, hitch, mnlcrors.
irrors.
jo o i
’6
3 ‘C h e v V a - t o n ..........................................
......................
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Pickup. 6:50x16 tires,
ires, hilch, ml
m irrors, short
wheelbase.
E V E R Y P R I C E S L ;A S H E D
'6
’6 11 IC h e v P i c k upp ;...................
.......... ' ............... - :...........
Long wheelbase. 6-cylinder
engii
3-cylinder engine.
fresh-aIr
healer, heavy duty/ tires, hitch.
A B B IE U R K
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F lat rack, fresh-air
ir hheater.
eater. 6;5C
8;50xl8 tires.
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Phone 733-8721
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1947 F O R D
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p ..............................................$ 8 9 5
L ong'w heelbase. 6-cylinder,
4-sp
;.cylinder, 4-spetd,
8:50x18
tires, m irrors. 2-tone.
1
1957
I9S1 G M C
J-ton. yg en«ln». 4 w id
-
$69o
66 33 IF o r d
1JS67
^ 7 O L D S M O B IL E
hardtop. Deluxe
dDELTA
e l t a 4Kloor
4
se a t belts, vacuum U-unk
ik lid.
^power
w e r br
brakes, power steering.
^ |„ x e radio,
ra
deluxe
accessbry i"
l i g "hht
package
package, 6-way seat, remote
remote
m
irror,
u
rnlrror, turbo-hydramatic transtransm
ksion. 8:55x14
i
mission.
white sidewall
idewall
tire ss, rea
rear seat speaker. Aspen
Asp*"
fii
G reen Hnlsh.
Stock No. 0-7.
sticker
P
Slicker rice K512.50.
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S
S ll aa ss hh ee d T o .. . . $ 3 7 9 3
..................
....................................... $ 33 44 99
1958 Cl
CHEVROLET BclAIr
lAIr 4-l-door
-d o o r sedan. V8 engine,
automatic transmilssion,
ission, blue and v.
white.
...........
................................ $ ;S
2 664
4
sS L A S H E D T O
BUICK Special 4-door
Sllvei Dove with
■door s e d a n . Silver
1837 BI
ini
matching interior,’, VS
V8 e n g in e, automatic
auioi
transm
mission, radio, hleater.
eater, 1 owner, e x tra , extra
■nd ss&e
e e th is value today.
clean. Come In and
ch
,1953
q- , f o r d ”
Kp.ed
F-7J0, V8 en«In«, Upted
'bJr* h '
id sb t o d g T
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Je ro m e
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SLA SH ED T O
1965
1965 C H E V R O L E T
l ion, extra long■ vhed&
^
1956 F O R D
2-ton, V» engine. 4-ipeed
4-ip«d
(rannmlulon. 2-ipeedaile.
•edaiie.
m
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1954
1954
I'lon. S-cyllndar enilne.
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V8.
4.spci.-d, long wide bed, I'**” !’;
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rordnmatic,
engine. Phone
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CALL. 733-PS2I____________
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SA LE
uder 2-door hard
hardlop. Beau1965 MERCURY
M arauder
ME
lack v in y l interior
tiful Onyx wUh black
Interlo and contrasling inleridr, power
ow er ste e rin g , po\
power brake.s.
'3M' e n g in e, pren
premium tires.
nir condilioning, ‘3W
This car Is Immaculate
:u la te inside end out.
....................................... ? 2 3 3
8 88 8
S L A S H E D T O ....................
1965
RAMBLER 990. Bice autiful turouolse and white
ISOJ KA.
ng in te r io r,
r. V8 cj
engine, autofini.sh with matching
fini
3n, p o w e r steering,
power
matlc transmission,
steeri
scats, e x tr
t raa good
good w hile sldcbrakes, reclining seals,
wall
wal tires.
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g j
........................ 1............ $ 1 4 18 88 8
S L A S H E D T O .................
lAir 4-door. White
19M CHEVROLET BelAir
Whli with eonautnmatic transtrasling interior, V8 e n g in e , auinni
e ering. pow er brt
brakes, Must
mission, power steering,
mis
j,,,
drive
drr thu one to a p p re cia te .
tToO' " ...................
: " : ............................$ 1 2 9 0
S
L
A
S
H
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D
SI
H
olida
y
sedan.
Bronze
nnd
1963 Ot.DSMODlLE 98
1
•red m a tch in g inl
inierinr, fully
while Wilh unmarred
jxury uppoimmenw
powi'ted; all the luxury
uppoimmenl you'd ex-smoiiUc's
finest.
poet to find In Old-im oliilc's
.......................................$
1488
...................
bS JL A S H E D T O
n a m lc
2-door hardtop,
3«3 OLDSMOBILE
Dyynam
ic 88 2-doo
OL
ite top.
top. V8 engine,
Mahogany
Mn
brown w ith w h ile
automatic transmission,
ission, pow er steering,
stee
power
““j
brake-s, extra clean.
SL A SH E D T O
..................
........................-............ $ 1 556633
itcrey Custom 2-dt>or
wllh
1962 MERCURY Monterey
2
beautiful Burgundy
ly M is t finish an
and vinyl interior, V8 engine,
le. a u to m a tic transmission.
tr
brakes, e x tra good
power
steering, pow er brakes,
J}
white side wall tires.
.................
......................................
$888
S L A S H E D " tT o
O
S!
™
loor s e d a n . Sparkling
Green
1862
CHEVROLET
4-door
Spsrl
« Jt
interior. 6-cyllnFrost finish wllh c o n tra stin g inter
der engine, radio, h e a te r.
r, V8 engine
engine, automatic
transmission, im m
naaculate
cu ln te Inside and
an out.
_
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88
SLA SH ED T O
................. ............... $ 8OOO
O.
1962 OLDSMOBILE Super
iper 88 w ith beau
beautiful Desert
’®®^Fr
Frost finish and. m a tc h in g interi
interior, V8 enran sm issio n . po\v
posyer .steering,
glne, automatic tran
gpower brakes, extra
tra c le a n Inside
Inslcle and
a; cut.
S .L A S H - E D T O
......... -.. ..........................$ 1 2 7 8
1959 CHEVROLET
BeWIr
lAIr 4 ^-dIoo o r sedan.
sedsn. Turquoise
Ch
finish,
V8 engine, a u to m a tic transmission,
traium
powJlr
:r b r a k e s .
-er steering, power
e v e n in g s;
Kcnr
K
en n y Moon
_____
T rucki
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D U R IN G B I R
R TT H
HD
DA
AY
- 500 Block 2nd Avenue South
”
Winn E llij
—
J o e Butler
______
_________ ;__________________________
lOA
196
196 Truck.
Truck*
— iloor'
—
-------- VAN. l7 ~ jlrla doora a n d rear
Jt59 GMC. e cylinder. 4i"and
and 2
2'.:
Iloin c l '^ ’u j l condluon. Twin
H I V A LU E
J I L '
o pen
Ihlni »» Tcrpi“r r ' » o ' “«U> Avrnua F-a‘'.
____ __ Jercmc._______
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19G7 O L D S M O B IL E
.
19S7
DELMONT
DELMON" Holiday sedan.
1. T in tcd glass, 22-tonc paint, a utom
:o m atic
atlc
transmission, power ste
erin
g
:cering.,
•‘’‘I"™ '”
’
deluxe
radio,
deluxe seatt b ce lt5
lts ,
power ”brakes, deluxe ste
rin g
.teeering
wheel, 8:55x14 white sidew
all
idew nll
tires, deluxe
Interior.
Slock
N
delu
>ck o .
0-13.
m
M 3.’ sSlicker
Price WU8.S2.
S l a s h es d T o .. . . $ ;3
3 44 33 11
N E W
>LYMOUTH
TWO 15R5 PL
Y M O U TH .F
' U R Y 11r s
automalic Iran-'imission, pow4-iloor hardtops. Radio,. heater, nutom
ining, '318original w hile' slcla
er ste e rin g , air conditinnirg,
'318' engine,
eng:
•
lilcs. Tan
Tan wilh
with Beige all v in y l Interlnr.
Willi tir e s , 1250 aciunl miles.
STJIEAMLINE
TRAILERS
S'
AND
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C A N ’T B E T O L D F R
I O M
P:“ «h'nm'I ^Trove* Hom«^__________-- -------
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« L D S M O B IL Ei 98
1967 O
-l-door ^sedan, Underscal,, tin te d
8l,nn
glass coit
complete, vacuum■ tr
truu nn kk
release,
release, ifcont and rearr flooc
flooc
mats, fad
factory 4-season.air
rnats,
lir ccoonn-dltionlng. Mono paint, tilt
lit aa nn dd
telescope steering wheel, d e lu x e
radio, acce-'is light package.
“ge. 6way power seat, power ste
g,
leerin
ering,
power bra
brakes, door edge gguuaard
rds.
s,
power
remote control
mirror, c ru is e
cc
" re Ss ,
control, \white sidewall "tir
control.
rear scat speaker, full w h ee l
covers deluxe. Stock No. 0-17.
"Slicker
S „ ' Price S524S.Q9. “•
S la sh e d T o
^
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M aa yy 331 — S a v e N o w l
Wing
and round
• Reglsler
Register now for draw
ing o f FR E E rotl.sserie
r
picnic table with 4 benches,
M
d ie s, Sa tu rd ay , May
27.
GE
MONACO 4-D O O R
19G6 D O D G
E MONACC
radio, hcatci
heater, autom atic transmlsI'ct'v",*: H A RD T O P W cnfiine,•, radio,
*•'
power brakc.s.
brake.s. a ir conditioning.' All
op l i l i sion. pow er siccring. power
th black
______vinyl im crlnr, blue vtiih blnck
vinylvinyl roof. R a lly pac,' low
u.fl'V«- niileaR c, Clean A-S New.
WliV »«11 /or torpni ;<> iJW <r‘Jc»n Uh
Jl-* V.'lll0ll-Dale»; ^
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OE
MONACO 4 -D O O R
• 1967 D O D G
E MONACC
aillo, healer,
heater, aautomatic transm ission,
SE D A N 'SSS'engine, radio,
SED
“ I®"'
po w er stocrinG, power brakes.
brakes. 10,671
10,671 actual m ile s. Buy’ thiJ
almo<;t new car at a used car price.
V 'd \
T
*
>n r a d io , white
deliixo pushbutton
while sidewall tires,
deluxe wheel covers,
vers, tin te d glass
glssj complete, 4Sseason a ir conditioning,
loning, deluxe seat
set belts, power
steering,.poM r b'ra
rakk ees,
s, fro n t floor m a ts, luggage
............................. Jcompartment
i'
:ht. S to ck No. 0-90. Slicker
light.
Price
J5919.57.
Pr
.....................
S L A S H E D T O ...............................$
4981
S!
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F U Li t F A
Avenue W°nh
M IL rE F H O N D A ^ S A l-E S
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S LEE R
1967 T O R O N A D O D
Dee lu x e
• Complete underseal,
tele
eal, t i l t and telescope
steering
wheel:
power trunk
Ik lock,'c
lock,'coouurtesy
rtesy 1light group, unT IOlSN G A R S .........................
^
Sdcr-hood
eO R PG RRAATIO
lamp, c h ro m e door sedge moldings.
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ilooT Impala ......................................
3&65 CHEVnOLET 4-door
1963
uper Sport IIim p a l a .......................... 12395
1865 CHEVROLET Super
*2395
I249S
<Ioor Impala. F acto ry a ir ............ I24M
l&M CHEVROLET.4-door
.
I i*1893
m
...........................................
..
11 9 6 6
doot^jcdan ........................................ 51295
1963 CHEVROLET 4-doocicdan
. . . J1595
J159S
a 2-door
2-door ..............................................
1965 CORVAjR Moriw
..
..............................................................
1952 FORD 2-door .......................
1961 CHEVROLET 4-door
door ...........
....................................................
J 22J
«35
'
T R U C K S
...............................................................JI69S
1965 Vi-fon pickup .......................
■■
ton-lilt cab ......................................... S2S50
1964 CHEVROLET 2-ton-liU
_ J 2750
lon .............
................ .....................................*2750
1964 CHEVROLET Mon
2
1963
Lup .............
......................................................
!!!*1995
JIMS
1966 CMC ^ t o n pickup
11 9 6 3
.....................................................*1895
1065 FORD H-fon ;J(up ...........
■"
:kup ....................................................
*1495
1964 FORD >/i-lon pickup
...........
- II™
;up .......................................................*1395
1963 GMC «/i-lon. pickup
.............
!!! IIOJJ
.up ...............
........................................................*1095
1962 GMC ?i-lon pickup
1958 CHEVROLET
^
,-ton pickup .........................................*545
;; „ s j
,-ton pickup .......... ...............................*495
1956 CHEVROLET '/i-ton
^1 9 6 3
;-ton pickup ..........................................*445
1955 CHEVROLET Vi-lon
" Uh
N 10.’ campe
cam per ....................................$855
1959 TRAVEL QUEEN
^1 9 6 2
W E
G I V E
BETTER SERVICE 1
B E T T
I C E
1961
P E N EVE
E V E N IN G S — OPEN
1959.
G L E Ni JE
JE N K IN S
C H E V R O L E T , IN C .
^
5
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1958 RAMBLER
I B L E R .. ..
.ER
R A M B L E R .......................................
...........
4-door sedan.
tn. Radio, heater
hei
and overdrive.
$ 11 3 9 5
WILLYS
$ 4 9 55
$2589 "
J389 D o w n — J73.03 p e r m o n th , o .a ,c .
1967 CCHHEEVV R O L E T
A Y
No.
PPickup
ic k u p N
o. 7-289
7
Lo
Long Wheel base, wide
ie box, 8:50x18
8:50xl( — 8 ply tires. Gauges,
OE
OBAC, h eater a n d . defroster,
Itfroster, trailer
trail
h ltd j ju»d California
ml
mirrors.
lake of buying
a c a r on price1 alone.
Don’t make the mistake
buyi
U nion Motors knows the value ol
of any given automobile
}bile in
te rm s of l u condition and (he
the demami
dem
for it. Any c a r th at is
priced fa r below comparable
a r is bound to be Inferior,
sparable c ars
S ӣ
U nion Motors, your Ford
d
ord dealer, never
pu ts t c ar like" this
In
stock aitd offers it for’ sale.
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f iO M M E R C l^
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pick™; lo r n -»rbeej : b u t 4.
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sT M O T O R S "
• I ts * Safest Place
e to Buy ta
w i A-1 C t r 'o r P W o ip ...: .
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P ENNE V
EVENINGS—
ENl
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^
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t ere
my -I n lo o r w d a n .
a u to m a t ic tr a in
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l o oo r sted
e dia n . V B. m o to r ,
a u t c n a t l e t i ^ n ni l^u ll oQ na . . ............ . . . . J 120
’ J 120 p
1963 F O R D
T fc r t
j c X
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W lMl A TT H
H E IRi
19
19S7
C h e v r o l e t’' i^doo oo r ees
M dah. fl-c y lin d e r
u iis
m o to r ,- 8 ta n d airr d tr a n a m
is s lo d ............... . . . $ 2 4 5
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$1040
1962 F O R D .........
_ _ _ _ _..............
.
191
rr THI BUG
I
AU
Interior, locally
F a lrla n e SOO. AU vinyl Interii
owned new ccar
ar trade-in. IRuns per.
feet.
1961 C A D IL LLAACC. ...........$1444
. ,
I960 F O R DD ...............
.......... ' ......... $ 7;777
77
191
ap. Locally owned,
ex4-door hardtop.
m
1C
- ......... i^.ionpTclcup,
idesidc.4-a
:3(up. W
Wide
side, 4-specd transmission, good tires, clean inside and
out.
spottrem ely lo # mileage, absolutely
absolu
d out. Very goc
good rubber.
le ss Inside and
't last.
T his one w on't
„
Xt,
1966 COMET
...
: E T ........................................$
1 7.777
77
1963 C H E V RlOO LL EE T .____ $1188 .
191
white finish,
id o o r sedan... Sultana whi
I'B
tranared interior, V
8 engine, standard
stand
tires,
m ission with, overdrive, good
gc
low mileage.
4-door sedan.
iedan. One ownc
ow ner car, big
6-cylindcr
don transmi.v
T engine,
enfllne, ilan
alandnrd
lod tires, factory w arranty,
slon, good
one loday.
sc.
B U Y N OW ! N
M A K E NO P A Y
YMEOTS
M E O T S T IILL A F T E R YOUR
I V
VACATION
A CA TIO N
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67 C A P R I
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967 CO
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-
$2666
f$ p2 S3 8S 8 '
Full Price
Full Prico
Pric«
176.66 P e r Mootli
*266 Down
^J68.88 P e r Monlh
N
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M O T OORS
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T h e E a s ie s t P la c:e
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The W
World
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T o B uy A C:aarr
701
701 M A IN E A S Tr
P H O N E 733-7700
For
Weatli
Qteraliunent: Listen
To T he ThelsesB Show on KUX
KLD
F
or News, W
eather in d Best Enler«lnment:
Lis
Radio from 6:30 -— 7:00 every njomlng.
oming.
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MILLER AUTO SALES
We have a sic* ulectlon^r lata
doofi. J.doofi.|^^hardtopi,' W«
m^cV :
oa n « :
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M [ AA Y V A LLUES
U I
5 ^ O F R Ei AA DD Y' - T O - G O C A R S !
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FR O N K M OTOR
ChryiHr, Plymouth. OMC
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tWO-dDO CT. Hed wlUi btatH vinyl
Iwo-door
lh " b a rre l
Alio equip’Siau wu«
ik e t'K
iii,,
Tta laterlor with bucket
'le iK
1 9 6 5 C A.D I L L A C
C
- S e d DoVille—
a n D oV ille —
T his fine luxury c arr isis equipped
equipped wilh
wl a ir
condi
conditioning,
8-way power
ower seat,
»eat, tilt and
tn tele, BlMplas
aJJ aJJ th
w andanl
« o p e Steering ivheel,
e
pow er features. Finished
ished in
in beautiful
beautifi turig Inlerior.
quoiae with matching
Interior. Very
Ver low
mileage.
m llcl
||
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PONTIAC Catalina Station Wi
S
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O N L Y $1295
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P lu s 10%
L E P lu s l
IKO
1» DODGE DART
fcdan alafit a lx
$263
- 1W3 CORVAIR
St*tJoi
Station wigcifi. Automatic
n a tic
irajtsr
Irainsmlsslon,
eoglna overover­
hauled.
btule t
$390
1«3T CADILLAC’
Bedaa
Sedan. A ir conditlooed, full
pow
er.
power
efi'er
I « 9 CHEV G « '
UBUM.6T5. 2-ton, 6-gpeed. a^ipeed. ,dump
dump
Ilk 'p tkita t o e '
f*cUIU»». H * iW |h Motor*,
K ' Ooo<l.
s a - ■- ? »
'
J S
a ta f f ir
. ONLY
ONLY $2495
O N L Y $4395
S
..
ita tio n W a g o n
1962 P O N T IA C
tic tranaalsflon,
I| V8 engine, power steering, pow
power
er b rak e i, U ydraaiatlc
tranaalsiloi radio ai)d.bBat>
c r, beautiful 2-tone
ne paint.
r S .'f '
v M
m
O N T IA C
1965 PO
3 p lu s 2 C o u p e —
n ^ r iahift,
f r «4 T eagloe. radio and
. floor
5“ '^ - bucket a eau, flnlsbed In M orrokid.
1], premium tires, excellent condftloa
u n it
throughout
.
!T$4395
M
. s ; cS,?.,.',
vould I
ffo^r^';
rror” h °d“r n o 5 r ' ' i h Li n ‘*f 0S^ '
coniltlra.'*|^uM rubber.•. JO-4KU,
M-4»U,
b m .'}
------------
44.door
^
I»$9 FORD
Dumptruck. S^peed/S ^pM d
Dumpl
n » ..
good rubber,..escalMBt
1
Biog COOditlOB...................
Bing«
J O H NSf C Hf R I S M O OI T ^
CC A D m L A C ,
4 0
^ ---^ .P Q N T I A C
«GOI Mxln AvenueIB
East
ut
B o b F u lM a ....... 7t Pma»i»l
-H ii!!
p iw y
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A l L O f / E fW
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m ni SSTr S .
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e mI HW^
^
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iPEN EV
EVENINGS
i -OPEN
EN D '
G i i r -T H i
: ____
$1295
.
re statlonwagon.
Country Squire
statlonwagoi V8 enitlc transmissio
transmUsion, power
jln e , autom atic
steering, a ir• conditioning, luggage
[ht (or
raclt, ju st Tight
for that vacation.
vac
.....................$ 9 9 5
BelAir 4-door
-door sedan. Extr<
Extrem ely clean
inside and
nd out, V8
VS engine.
engine, automatic
transmission,
ision, real good tir
tires.
/
I
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P ee lnT l m p i w ........ 73M4S8
T H El S A
> li
A eLs 6'Ct C
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V N a n d 162 P E R M O N T H
'''a
M l Main South' .
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CoK
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B « 8 ;E W re d 8 r'' —
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1963 F A L C OIN
N .
Y O U R EE MO TO R CO. = p
S H O P 'I N
“
Club sedan. This c ar was sold new
Hotors. Don’l
Don'l miss this
a t Theisen Motors.
1968 CORVAIR'
- ■ Coupe Monx*. 4-$peed, bucket
bucket
________________:_____________________ CHEVRO
----------- S uon' wa,
iniinitiisn. KAts.
----------------e
tood eoadlUon.
MM. H^r^'s'oo!
WS Union
J1536
_
Street. PUif. «6.42S« attar
3:00,
1962 F O R D
1955 D O D G E
7“ . — i .
5,
1959 F O R D
live
many laUe* or eompleu
;l
laiuftctloa.
■
IM I DO DG E
Tr«y»ljll’ Wttue. n til rujjed
nu<ed
uoll «HI Uka TOO to lha •ummer-tKni llahlai aad ncrcauoa
----------- CQMMERCl
,
E N K IN S
G L E N^ JJE]
S
V
R
C H E V R CO L E T
»
19SS BU ICK
tm
$2220
?2220
S3J0 D o w
r an - 5 6563.07
3 . 0 7 pI e r m o n th
1961 F O R D
Oj 8 Vdoor. v i. crutieomatic,
Oat««l
radio.
n
Golden Rod Yellow exlerli Real ihani matcJUnf lot*rlor.
rl'
1964
C O M E rT .........
.........................$995,
191
. . . .
Montereyy 4-door Brecreway.
Brecrewa; Onc owne r c ar, ali power eqalpm
equipm ent factory
air conditioning.
titioning. Ju s t iik(
liko new.
1 “
• -
$699 - -
. . . .
Dp. Thi*
This new <
c ar irado4-door hardlop.
xJ wiih
autn.
In f» eqi:(pped
wlfJi V8 engine,
eng
m a tic transmission,
ilsslon, power equipment.
e<
qn^
1963 M ERCURY.
.
I C U R Y ...........................$
1395
,
U n ioo n RM o to rs
T R A D I ^N ’ T I P
Club sedan. Buy this one todoy a t
T helscn’s Spccial
!clal price,
1961 O L D S MlOBILE
O B IL E
l r
ll-
W IL L S U S E D C A RRSS
1967 C H E V Y II
1959 C H E V RROLET............$245
OLET.
.
$^ 7( 08
2 K ...........................................$ 8 6 6
^
LeSabro 4-door hardtop.
hardtop, One owner
car, rew^ c ar trade-in, fully
full e<iuippcd.
3 1 -- ttoon n ............................... $ 11 22 99 55
FCJ70 with duals, 4-speed,
4-speed, 4-wheel drive
drive and hoist
loist bed.
$795
^
63 FO R D
Cuttom forctor. vs uitlAi.
>ul>
I. auiomatJc trmnimliilan. bMutirnl
■MBtlful
2;ion« nnlib with maUhlni
o | Int*.
rlor.
t997
IM 3 L IN C O L N,
Contlaanul 4-door. Tbit ont li
k -
, ,
G M C V 63 ..................................................
....................
$ 11 22 99 55
‘/^-ton, 4-spced,
whci
eed, long wheelbase.
F O R D V/ a8 ............................................
.................
2-lon, 5-speed
*d ond J-speet
J-speed axle.
n. V8 engine, automatic
F ordor sedan.
transm ission,, good tires, radio,
ra
heat*
e r, fully equipped.
Ipped.
1959 MERCURY . ,
I.1962
I; BUICK
■
1957 F O R D ............
.......................... $188
I C U R Y ............................. $ 35909i) y
y 2-door hardtop.
Monterey
hardtop, Jc t black
mmarred
finish, unm
arred Interior, fully equipped.
1*
C H E V R :OO LL EETT ................................
....
$1695
1-ton wlih duals,
luals, '292' 6
6-cy
-cyIlnder, 4-*peed.
IQ Q r
C H E V R O LL EE TT ....
.................. :............ $ •1ly
9 y9 O
5
4-specd
2-specd axle.
2-lon truck. 4-sp
« d and 2-
F O R D Vr 8a i IVV i-i t- ot onr . : . , ..................
jp
t 6S,B8 P er Month
1 9
;r engine, standard
C cyiimler
sl.indar transmission, economical
onomlcal transportation,
transpor
1962 CHEVROLET
IV R O L E T
P ? r . V r 'K k
f
Buy Auio sale* M7 hum
WetL F
h
[^.,Vi'e»L
CHEVROLET
19S3 J.door. F a i r
Op«ti 7 dayi B week. TU-H4S.
i-M«.
ihapt, sood tlrei, ntw iJaltery and
TRUCK
RUCK LANE V
WEST
«ea( coven. Phon* a fu r 8 P-m.
Office
ffice Phone 73;
733-7365
FORD siirilBer. IHO. EiCBllent
EicBilent 7;
7M-0723.
_________
_ E R N I E W IL L S
' aiEVBLLE. I9M Mallta. .ntomatu
aDteraalle L O W E L L W IL L S .
—
tranimliilon, p o w a r NoVth'uS:
ileerlni.
"73M8SS
733^562
VOLKSWAGEN. ItM. Good
x>d tondlcondi- buckti
b
leaia. Sea sot North Uo.
*
ation call coin,
Jerome.________________ ___
tion. II09S. For Informttlon
c>
0»-218», WtPdtll.............. .........
......... —
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Muitans
uit.ni J.
s. .
OLDSMOBILE. )»M 443 Muit laC- . *1
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e- j
^ce^^taka over paytnemj.
Phone
------------Vo lk sw a g en . iw r -He-condition,-d
«n. Cood “englTC.
eood rubbtr. new
sw hallery.
OLDSMODILE. IMJ ie<J«n.
I
itioD Ea»i.
N o v a C o u p e N oo. 7-130
s r . ' R s t o . i i aE ! “” "’ “"
t
io, wheel cove
cavers, white wall tires, seat
------------- V8. Power Glide, radio,
dash and vbo ra. windshield
^bl'eM
----------------------------------------------------------- tbells,
a
back-up lam ps,, padded dasl:
w asher.
3R TTO
O D
FOR
1956 PLYMOUTH
•M O U T H .
- .
D O D G E V 8 ...........
.......................................
Lone wheelbase,
Ibase, 4-speed pickup wilh
• carrier.
NEW CAR
Saclcett John Carlion — D. A. McOulra
McCuIri
too Hatcli___________ J ohn J tnkJni_________
<7 Oldt
OLDSMOBILE.
1*61 » i|o n . Factory
ED-S PERSONAL e»rt IKT
Old*
M
OIoSmaaln*
Woor leaut. Air coaSmaaln*,
“ heater, radio, power, hydra-
Price
Full Pric.
E.O.M ..
PRICE
.
tn 2-dOor sedan. 6-cylinder
American
engine, standard transm ission with
overdrive.
vi
fe. Economical vacation
driv*
Ing.
$»f)90,U
950
1959
USED CAR
.
$2388
$238f
“
$ISS Down
).M.
IC E
_______ ? 2f200
00
i(
C H E V R :O
O LL E
E T ................................
....
$1095
DcIAIr 4-door.
or. Radio, he«
heater and standission.
transmission.
1957
J
“
P R IC E
.
1 9 6 4 T O Y O T A .............. ..............................
$ 1 7 9 5 ... . -LAND CRUISER
USER hardtop,
hardtop. 4-whcel drive
wilh Jock-ou£
■Jt hubs.
11 9 6 4
-
E O .M .
JJ
t I E R C I A IL U N I T S
C O M M
— O)L
LD E R M
MCO D E L S —
Full
ric e ..........
FnU P rice
■-......... '
*78.70 P e r Monlh
$695
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