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^ W F A L L S ID A H O , W
T UE SED^ A Y ,
U.N. Talk ■
On W ar Is H
Expected H
a u g u st
m
29, 19677
n
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'T E N CENTS
I d a h o • yV o i c e s IN e w
■'
P l e a F^ooi r F i n laann c i n g
By JACK BELL
WASHINGTON (A P) - A bloc
inc
of form er senatorial delegates
les
.' '
to the United Nations is conflIfid ent President Johnson will try
to initiate U.N. debate on Viet"1
n am early In Septem ber. .
B O ISE (AP) - Idaho voiced
delaved until early next year,
ced delaved
ai
:ar. aster area.
Such ^ designation
Democratic L e a d e r Mike
ike H B P H
'
e \ appeal for assistanceI in "Believe'
a n ew
"Belli
that m isunderstandmi federal funds availmd- could make
M ansfield^ who led a show of H a J U B
finant
financing irs"tight'against fore.st
exi
•est ing exists
concernjng seriouslus- able.able.
support in th e -S e n ate Monday
fires todoy. telling federal offine.ss of Idaho'.s _fire em ergency...
)ffi^ ne.s.s_of
ney.._ JSryant said. liie-iii.sastciS.Jes.------fo r such a move, .said ln_on laIn^
— t i a i s -that ^‘mi.stinderstanaing"ex^
ex^ anH^'dit
anB"nie'' financing of efforts lo ignation
ignationwas intended only when
" " terview fhe n ex f move Ts uplo
ists."
ists.”
com bat these fires," Gov. Don
lo
statehad exhausted its own
Don a aslate
j
th e President.
T he
h e request for federal aid Samuelson
Samueh
telegraphed' Farris
re.source, He .said it was intend­
rris re.sources.
ed
: } -.
"Tlie President Is interested
was made while legal authoriori- Bryant,
Bryant.
su;
ed to supplement,
not substitute
In bringing the m atter before
Bryar director nf the Office
-J .
ties .studied Idaho'law to deterler- Bryant,
slnu spending,
fice for, stale
th e Security Council and wc
m ine w hether the slate can use of Emergency
Em
Planning, lold "Regret
"Regrc federal assistance un- '
w ere trying to dem onstrate tliat
d eficit spending to pay for the Samuel;
SamueI.son by telegram l a1t1ee available lo Idaho tor current
III
he would have public bacliing if
tire
fire ccontrol work.
Monday
in and continuing
fire di.saster,"
Monday that the situation jn
con
h e undertakes to get action,” ho
If it can, a special se.ssioiiI o t Idaho ddid not appear to justify
lify Samuijlson
Samuijlsi telegraphed Bryant,
se,
said. "T he decision, of course,
S
the State
Legislature might bbee ^designation
^^na
of lhe state a s a dis- "l.osses
"Losse .sllll m ounting — .slate
'" is up to the P resident. I am con)n*
fire-tight funds' and resources
fire-fighting
fident he would like to have the
exhausted.
1ft T
exhau.sle
litm atter brought before the Unit,•
"Any federal em ergency-ascd Nations." He indicated no .
7 slstance available tor slate fires
m ove would com e before the
he
'
would be strictly supplemental.
ms
.South
Vietnamese elections
d
"To dale
all costs on stale .
S ept. 3, however.
■m
0
fires bc
borne totally by stale.
;rs
One by one, -form er members
BLM'Intends to bill the state
he
of American delegations to the
any and all co sts incurred by
Ue
U.N. got up to say the best route
that ajency.
v :-^ -A • .
fa r breaking the stalem ate on
"State costs running $200,000
■
pcace negotiations is through
jffj. per day.
B y The Associated P ress
of Los Angeles. California offl'I'V- Tolal to date j l milth e International organization.
ain- lion
I
N ev
ew forest fires exploded
cx
ded clals expressed
hope of containI'O" and
''"d Mill climbing.
If such a move failed because
"Ti-emendous load tor a slats
I along the Cascade Mountains! of ing the -brush blaze before'>1 it "Ti-em
id,
of a Soviet veto, Mansfield said,
with
O
regc
:ific
reached
the
forests.
w
th
a ppopulation of 700,000 and
I
regon Monday as the Pacific
it would expose the Soviets as
ore- 20 per cent
of ils land in tax
(
N orthw est faced a forecast of New five-day w eather fore“ the artful dodgers they are" In
MRS. WILLARD SLATER,, one of Ui
the many e v a cu ees fromI flood
in
flood w ater .swept aw ay allII of their
the possessions and two continued
contir
lied base. V
Valuable school endowlightning storm s and casts lifor the N orthw est called
calling for an end to the conflict
a, floods, looks over photograplis home
ict t h e rece
recent Fairbanks, A laska,
homos, M r. S la te r remainedd In Alaska
Ala
to help restore tho unsea
ment lands
ie r. for tem
lai being destroyed,
unseasonably hot, dry w eather,
lem peratures from five to1 10 ■"ent
b u t blocking an American profar ily scrapbook with her (hrci
Ihree clilldren. T h e fam ily city
cily pf ^^airbanks. Mrs. Slater
O' in a fam
ter and 1her children are residing
O ne rainless llRhtning front
ugh "Appreciate
y o u r surveillance
ont degrees above normal through
"Appn
posal 10 reconvene the Geneva
Includlnj Willy, 8, T am ara, 4; and Bren
Brenda, 6, from left, fled as temp
v!j Including.
tem porarily w ith relatives inn Tw in Falls,
sw ept across Oregon la te MonIdaho situation and request
lon- Friday,
Friday. Only sm all am ountsi of of Wahc
Conference which worked ont
/ing that Ihe Idaho application bo re­
day, setting at least 125 new
iew precipitation
precipll,
— accom panying
V ielnam .seitlements years aRO.
!0. ___
< fires.
pre- view
viewed
fires, the first blazes to hit the lightning
lightnini storm s — w ere preedjand considered a contin- ,
Almost all of the form er U.N.
ni'rig app
application in force during
....................
“ ui'rig
dieted.'
state- in nearly a week;
dieted."
delegates who spoke are critical W . V ,
ling course ot
;aid "There
o: this extrem e emergenT h e U. S. Forest Service said
"Ther have been lightning
of President Johnson's war poli- 1 - J A
cy."
)re- strikes in every direction,"’ a ey."
i ex ten t ot the new fires in Oreey
cies. Besides Mansfield, they
BOISE (AP) - An old
„on’s
ent After te d e r a 1 authoritlcj
gon’s fir and pine forests wA'as
as Bureau of Land M anagemlent
include Sens. J . W. Fuibright,
n
ii suitcase full of m en's
i n early today. The largery turned di
down the first appeai for
irg- official said. "W e've g o t every
not kknow
D-Ark.; George D. Aiken, I l - l clothes which has bounced
jsestt j,]
uip- disaster designation Monday,
avc m an an
and every piece of equipb laze w as believed to have
R-Vt.; John Sherm an Cooper,
1around Ihe Statehouse for cover
Samuelst
Samuelson said h e had hopes of
covered m ore than 300 acresi in m ent out
di on the fires."
R-Ky.; Frank CarI.son, R-Kiih.;
1-:
tw years moved from the
two
(i,^
autopsy w as ordered in the delaying a special session ol the
the f;fir s t tew hours.
An au
F ran k Church, D-ldaho; Cordm
BONN N IE BAIRD JONES
nn Jj jJyy BO
Tor tho Slater fam ily, the
le cd
e d aw
awny a t th e fo u n d a tio n and
in
nd
treasurer's
office to the
:he- legislature
000- death oi
of 19-year-old G erald Chelegislalui by issuing deficit
A
fte
r
crew
s
stopped
25,000Allntt, R-Colo.; John 0."PasTimesisTim
es-N ew s Staff W riter
Fairban
Fiiirbanks
flood w a s not theirir t|ie «walls , c p l l a p s e d , tra p p inngg
Dt
Department
of Education i aac
last
[eer warrants to co v e r the mounting
c reress of blazes In Oregon la
st lini — a; Butte, Mont. volunteer
to re, D-R.l.; W ayne Morse, D- H ow does a moiher of three•e lirst disaster. S even years ago
50 most
m o st nf th e f a m ily fu rn ituire
re li Tuesday.
Ti
^
e
e
k
ting fire costs,
;
i~i w eek several fire fighting units
be
nits who became
ill while fighting
cost
O rC , -and John J . Sparkman,''■ sm all ^),j|
e. they me
moved to A la.ska w here Wil11- under
u n d e r c o n c r e te , m u d a n d sw/irir- i;\]
But D, V. Engelking, I gwwere
ere transferred lo sites in the north
child ren fee] aboul re-ihey
'eak
-------------------nor Idaho T ra p p er Pealt
-e lard Slater, a g eologist, accepi)t- ling w
waters.
st;
stale
superintendent of i; W
Washington,
ash
lu rn in g to tie r iiome town, wiiere
,sed tire. Ht
He died Monday in a Mls- T J _
and Oregon based
^ T h e y are Joined In their apFortunately, no one was in- ii public
pu
instruction, said it's i officials
officii
^ ‘‘"'fe'J®
a few 's|.
slio rt weeks ago shlee ed a^ jo b in construction. He is Fort
hospital.
X1C8
feared they would be soula, Mont.
I
p ea l for U.N. action by Seas.
“ atched. sw irling flood w aters
rs also a former T w in F alls resijuri’d'i th e S la te rs moved into
Ito iijl going
right back to S tate I ccaugh
>1- jurijd'and
go
new More than 9,000 m en and
'lj w
a u g h t shorlhandcd it the new
P hilip A. Hart, D-Mlch., Ralph
;
id
dent
an
d
son
of
M
r.
and
M
rs.
their
i
'S.
new
hom
e
m
inus
much
of
Tt
ii
T
reasurer
M
arjorie
R.
fi
fires
thousands
of
pieces
of
fire
fightT> _ .
I
tires
spread
rapidly.
thousar
Ly w ash aw ay th e family home and
Y arborough, D 'Tex., and Harry
md i|| Moon.
W. «B. Slater, 419 D iam ond Ave.
e. their furniture, clothing and
M'
Ion- ing equ
equipment aro still In use. l l U l .
I | In i„ Washington, Idaho, Mon^ Possession;
possessions?
W
F . Byrd Jr., D-Va., who havi
"The damned thing is •| .|tana
j; tanaand B ritish Columbia, flre.s
.J Afler
in Ju n eau , the
he housel
household a rlio le s.
I
Ire.s T he battle
has been u n d e r wlivay
ay . _
ba
IS. F o r aatti
ttractiv e Mrs. W illard
, ' , residing
‘
n ot served oa U.N. delegations.
;ho il full
contir
:c- By I a.m ., M rs. Slater, who
fu of moths and old neck- I| continued
lhan two w eeks in
to spread, while! a for more
mo
---------------------S la
te r, Fi
later,
F airbanks, Alaska, 3a fnmlly moved w ith a construcht, |iii ties,"
Engelking s a i d . I| southern
southi
mde
places,
U U t
,
tion
project
to
V
ald
e
z,
about
250
w
50
kept
watch
throu
g
h
o
u
t
the
night,
}Jf
California
grass-andsom
pi
fo rm e r T w in Falls resident, ‘ "
ily iiiI ““ There’s
nothing in the I| bbru
,400 Officials
’ miles southeast o f A nchorage.
ru sh fire raced acros’s 1,400
Officii estim ate n e a rly 125,could' no lo n g er see the family
1
E x - O i i l d F U m th e re is so m e doubt.
li^ i CULPEPER,
V a. (A P) - Ili»
)rth 000
000 acn
acres have' been blackened.
CULPl
re s tow ard tim berland north
d- Seo
FLOOD M EM ORY , P 8 , C; 44 iii
I , law th a t says it should I| anccres
J. .While living th e re they residSeo Fl
“
" II don't w a n t lo leave Alas------------------------------------------— hearse bearing the body 'of
i -------------------------Iiii come .to this office.”
ej( cd ih f®,
a mobile h o m e . As a reka,” she said in Twin F alls, “ b ut
Instead,
Engelklng
said,
America;
American
Nazi
parly leader
of
problem the r j •
I'm n ot su re I want to move m y suit
?“
“ .burned,
'some wtairing
f I slate law puts unclaim ed
George Lincoln Rockw'dl was
home
k
in
g
every
item
U
lil s b u r s e m e n t | ^
m
D
b ac k to Fairbanks.”
^
barred trom Culpeper National
I property ol an estate
I i(
-I* • •
children bt
fu rniture and other
I which
the suitcase is—in
Cemetery today as feder'al
n
•
wl
M rs . S later, along with other of.clothing,
P
ai
I
the
state
public
school
troops arrived
to enforce an or­
w om en and children, fled F air- family possessions.
f
, O f S a v in g s
fund "and Ihe treasurer Is |
.
der banning N azi insignia and
rrieni and n eighbors took
SAN MATEO, Calif. (AP) - b an k s Aug.
Aug 13 after flooding riv- Friends
ji
IhCj
fam
ily
in
a
n
d
provided
a
\
V
T
‘
unitorms.the custodian of t h a t
| I
e- ers su
b meerg ed the entire town tne, fan
Shirley Temple Black, the onesubm
they could re-esI
n- w ith the exception’of
the Univer- honie
liMe until'
'
^ W iJU B e M a d e ‘ I fund."
tim e child movie star, anex
I
Military policemen, armed
I.
The
suitcase
belonged
lo
_
nsity
of
A
laska
Campus
and
sevtahlish.
nounced her candidacy for ConAla
en-H lrary th
than general appointm ent. with pistols and night sticks ar- .
e little-publicized South Cen-ntrary
IS BOIi
BOISE, (A PX — Disbursement
Mi Mikuland, who died |I , T,h ®
int Ii Mike
second tra g ed y which w as
0 - eral other h ig h e r regions.
The s(
„„„
rived
In helicopters and buses. ■
g ress today, following in the poloh bf this one third, M r. M organ
gi. of
‘■'‘•I Idaho Community Action
™ payments to shareholders of ij in Bonner County sev eral I | Iral
S“ " They were led by M aj. G«n.
:r U n til FFaairbanks is m ade liv-r- to again leave Ihe S laters homelitical footsteps of two former
n
al
pointed
out.
^
.1
A
gency
is
scheduled
for
a
form
M
the
dcfunct
Id
ah
o
Savings
and
i
ye
nd
j
years
ago.
There
w
ere
no
|
Agenc
Carl
Turner, Arm y provost
began at noon on Saturday,
co-stars, U.S. Sen. George Mur-r- able again, M rs. Slater and h e r less beg
xhe other
ol
j ’ Loan
will be made
de i; he
heirs and probate court in I| boost
boost tow ard full-scale operation
Ion The
com m ittee m em bers
marshal,
ers marshal.
Lo m Association
;
p hy and Gov. Ronald Reagan,. children, W
1 illy, 8 ; Brenda, 6!,, Ang. 12. Mrs. S la te r who is disT uesday night with the nam ing
are to 1be appointed trom civic
between
Sept. 1 a n d Oct, 24, the
he ifiji Bo
Bonner County turned i! Tuesd
la
s
le
and
T
a
m
e
ra
.
4,
arc
residing
with
irict
sal
h
Irict
sales
m
anager
fo
r
Avon
in
,
f
^
_!lam -going-to.^)rotcct-fcdcral^= :r::^
.. M rs. Black, a Republican, like and. am er
_ o y lo_ the..slnlc the j e s k IMof.on<
.one-third„of the m em bers on
on and
and ”-bu;
business-groupsr-T he—JB^ property
lk aa-sistetin-^
-sister=in-:Ja,w,- M rs.-R obert J L, Alaska-Alaska--was -attending- a -sales,j, Id a h o D e p a r tn ie n t of F in a n ceee |i|._jivi:iL
■Murphy and R eagqnj-w lll seek
T u rn e r lold newsijiiii dui
one olo f it? three governing Qom- rom
rom ee and
an Cassia county com m it- ^property,"
due of Mikuland’s estate— ione
e n as
as the h ea rse wailed outn- D ohse and faniily at 2G5 Loiss meeting when sh e received ga s a id M onday.
men
the n th California Cdn'gresstoni
m
ittees.
tees
aln
im
iii
$511
in
cash
and
the
suiti
mittee
P
a
y
m
e
n
ts
w
ill
b
e
m
a
d
e
from
i|
$51
already
have
been
organizs
^
e
the
1C St., and w ith her parents, M r. call fror
from a neighbor.
■P‘'yf
side the gate of the little mili­
al D istrict seat vacated by the
's iii
| case.
caj
i Acci
A ccording to agency director
alon this procedure.
tor ed along
tary ccm
tary
cemetery. “ N o one will be
d ea th last May ot Republican J.I. and M rs. S o ren Nielsen, .Burley. Mrs. Slater wa.s advised toQ a® tra ile r o u ts i d e t h e c o m p a n yi-'s
la- |\l
The
suitcase Is s l l l l I A. W . M organ, the'people who
le ?o ffic e s In B o is e , P o c a te llo , Ida'
invltai
'ho
Invitations
to
m
ore
th
a
n
l,OflO
permillet
"
come
hom
ht
e
im
m
ediately
as
the
lOflO
permitted
in here with Nazi unt­
A rthur Younger.
ho Iji" tbouncing
around.
are to
to be benefited by the CAA’s
If h o F alls a n d T w in F a lls , Idaho
oi
iii| are
x«rln Falls
F;
A’s
Twin
residents
h
a
v
e
been
forms
an
een
and insignia."
bridge
across
th
e
'
C
hena
river
She is entering a crowded
„
F
in
a
n
c
e
C
o
m
m
is
s
io
n
e
r
J
o
h
n
D.
ii
Jiii anti-CM
anti-poverty program have been
2en sent out in o rder to " b rin g out
By noon,
noo m ore than one hour
was
expected to w a sh out a t j;,'™"':
vas^exi
field. Six other Republicans and
asked to attend a public meetvote he noted. All residents
iet- the vote,"
th; scheduled graveside
any time. The S la te r home, a S ilv a said.
nts after the
th re e bem ocrats already -arc
Disbursem
ents
—
equalling
46
ing
beginning
nt
7;30
p.m
.
towho
are
interesied in participapartial basement a p a rtm e n t was
pa- service, the situation w as St'an
running. The district covers San'
J p er cent of th e shareholder’s
11 99 66 77
159
night
in
o
rder
to
help
elect
the
tlon
In
local
H
eadstart,
Job
impasse,
already
boing
th
re
a
te
n
e
d
and
fob impasse.
M ateo County, prosperous and
Id -ti oq Rc Rc ’...................... T o n
yr
original account — will be made
representatives of the group who
V
s““she,
iijjeher
/ho Corps, Work
Study, Y outh Corps
husband a n d friends be-'' between Sept, 1 a n d 7 in Boise;
populous suburban ^ r e a irame-E- 1 9 6 6 . ................... 1 8 0
[TS The j,soldiers w ere lined u p ------ will se rv e on Twin Falls Couno'thi D epartm ent of Labor
unand
other
across the .ro ad facing the
■ gin evacuating. T h e Slaters„ gg_
,,
diateiy soulh of San Francisco.S
lui
across
Sept. 22 and 26 in Pocatello; Oct. |-( ^
M
agic
Valley
'
g
j
'
'
ty's
C
om
m
ittee
for
the
Underand
De]
erD epartm ent ot P ublic. Asmourner- ringing the hearse
rented another a p a rtm e n t on 6j and j10 in Id ah o F alls and Oct.
M rs. Black, now a 39-year-old
a c -7
As- mourners
“
priviIeg(rd,'Tnc,
slstance
In 1 9 66 77 ....................... 3 1
hleher
program s are u rg ed to
to who—after
w ho-afti two o r three futile at­
hlehcr fground, b u t before theyy jg
housewife and social figure in
20 and 24 in T w in Falls.
,-w-^|
T
his
com
mitlee
Is
one
of
three
attend,
ree
attend.
tempts
completed
the
m
ove
w
ate
r
wash30
complet(
h e r home town ot Hillsborough.:i. 1 9 66 66 ............. ..
tempts Itlo breach the llnes-cbnI." Purchaser of th e dcfunct Com- I I]
such groups in Twin F alls, Je- -j-jj
^
The CAA
w as organized "in tented themselves
tl
with singing
pany’s assets, E quitable Savings
pany's
”
rom e ;and Cassia counties. Three Q-der In
:iv- Nazi marching
mat
songs.
Loan A ssociation of PortRgg
T Y
*
and L(
Registration
continued a t ®
a m em bbers from each of th e units order to seek out the underpriv'
ileged
and
the
underem
ployed
i
land, Ore., w ill open the offices
slowei
/ed
There
appeared
to
be about 50
's slowed-down pace Tuesday a t com pr
prise the South Central Ida- people of this a re a in o rd er to mourners
In each city a few days before th
(|,ee q
mourners, -Some dressed in tull
College of^Southern Idaho‘0 ho
Co
ho
C
om
m
unity
Action
Agency,
},g|p
(|
■y.’ help them help them selves
the dis
disbursem ents begin.
ves Nazi uni
uniforms J je a rin g swastlon ((„
the eve of the opening dayy which
which was originally organized ,hrniroli
through education and job opporFIvi ofT hose in uniforms
At a news confereifce Monday,
gf cla.sses
pig,
kas. Five
'
y. of
for Ihe college's thirdd jn
in M ai
arch .
" S , M r. M organ noted. lor- said
lunilies,”
Ihoj
Silva said th e m ethod of dis- y e a r of
, operation.
they
were to be pallbearThe local governing bodies are ., , '
bursement
h
a
d
been
determined
^
r,otrs
.
h u rse m
req u ired by federal law to have "This
* "i’’ Is not a giveaw ay-pro- '®!'SJ. M ore than 1,050 vocationalII requin
"b y a party o th e r than the de. Among the floral pieces was a
[f. acade:
academ ic students have regis-!■ a m ini
inim um of 10 members, one- E ram ," he em phasized.
ppartm
a r tm ent
e of fin a n ce and the purles large swastika
com posed ol red
•en
One
swi
„t Jte?red
,
, 'of five such agencies
By A.F. MAHAN
lon its e lf ha
hike now and 2 .88 chasbr,
Ion
has called Its m ost am - cenl-an-hour
ccnt-an-f
chasbr," but d eclined comment
™ for fall classes. D r. Donn third (o f which shall be chosen
uts carnation
carnations and a Nazi fliig In
1- J"
in Idaho, the local g roup hifs
K eith,
eith, dean, noted, about 300
10 from
the community's low-inper cent a year in th e followingg on wht
whom th a t p a rty was.
K
D ETROIT (AP) — The auto;o bitious in 30 years of industry/ pcr
Iob red, whili
white and b la ck flowers,
;d m ore than al tho sam e periodd colne group. An election where- been active in H eadstart, Job
_________. IWiLyeaj
bargaining.
indiistry today offered the Unit-t- bargaining,
lW!Lyeais,r____________ ___ . T.The
h e com m issioner stressed
af. A=QIPSJ|
C orpsjndJJiH h.S chQ oL E qulval'al- License plates ol cars_carr_____
ie la
A number ot collegee by th e people-who are to-be-afthe payout schedule was the
la st
st year,
y
ed Auto Workers Union what onele T h e indu;
industry economic offers,, All three,
thr
how ever, asked thee th a t thi
m
,
ency
program
s
since
its
organithi m ourners, somo of
mirylng
the
'" 'j y P "
re program
initial disbursem ent, with more
progr; s have not begun regis-i- tected by the agency's various
com pany termed its best con-J- based on a proposed three-yearr union to modify a cost-of-livingg Initial
(g. zation here.
Applications lo the
b
lhe whom brought
children with
p rogram s nam e their representa"
e- tratior
Iration.
progra
tra c t package ever, but askedd contract, com
ct e afler two monthss escalatoi
escalator clause b a s e d on thee return on th e sh areh o ld er's delj|. O ffice'of Econom ic Opportunity
we trom California, Onily them, were
the union to cut back on someic ootfbargainir
b a rg ain in g an d with only eightt government
governm
cost-of-livIng indexX posits to be forthcom ing when
Adu
:n Adult
education registrationn tives is considered less arbi— for funding of a Neighborhood
larlo, New
N
lod tarlo,
H am pshire, Con-'
j
key provisions won in previousIS days rem
reniaiain in g before a strike! which has
hi brought union mem1- other iassets of th e corporation
)n w ill 1begin Sept; 12 for those°
Corps program have been
;en necticut, M ichigan, New York
‘
Youth Cl
bers Inc
y ea rs.
deadline.
Increases o t 18 cents ann a re sold.
sol
studen
students 19 years of age and
subm
itted
through
the
agency.
and
Pennsylvania.
Penn
A union spokesman said theree C ontracts
covermg 650,000) hour sini
since 1904.
The
T he Idaho S avings nnd Loan
™ older who have completed less
li
A
prim
ary
activity
of
the
or-----------------frould be no com m ent imme-:- w orkers at th e Big Three expire! UAW President W aller P . A.ssociation
A.ssocIe
closed July 6 , I960, t(,an
th a n ian eighth-srade cducnlion.
an ganization
J
erMARCH
HELD
Sudan
E“ mzatit has been the under$20 million in deposits and No
fjo tuition
(y
diateiy on the united front pre-nt
:- nt m idnight Sept/.fi although onlyr Reulher has s a id h e wouldd w ilh
ith $2
or foes are chargedA . KHARTOUM, The
;es lading
ta'king ol
of a survey to analyze the
WASHI
he ^ WASHINGTON
(AP - Him- '
sented by General M otors Corp.,., IhQ com pa
pany selected by th e■ brook n<
np tam pering with thee 20,000 shareholders.
s
' enroll;
enroiiees in these courses, whichI, (AP) — Continuing disputes
cy extent of
d s o( welfare recipients rode
in- ire
(Ireds
am ong
ol poverty in the tri-counF o rd Motor Co., and Chryslerir union as a p a tte rn setter wouldI clau'so an
a d that' a n atte m p t to0 FFive.persons
— including for- jn
d u d basic reading, arith m aI.- f™
ive
include
™ ? Arab leaders on policy
In
ty
area.
The
survey
h
as
been
Inl
;en
buses
Inlo
the
nation's
capital
’ tow ard Isra e l'a n d Ihe W est
ly area,
directors an d office man- (jg
s tru c k .
change vwould be a s trik e ab te ls-1- m e r di
C orp.
be stru
tic and language arts.
pleted and final 'statistical
I tnke p a r t In a "Wcl:al Monday to
the w ak e ot the June w ar'promm-- com
complete
.
T h e union, however, was ex-1- T h e three
agers ■- are "u n d er indictment
three-'companies estim at-■ sue,
o( T he classes nre held from11 ise
jse ro
roiu g h going for the Arab
ah results are
tare Moll
in- fare
Mothers' M arch on Washt expected to be anpected to reject the prdpi)sals,i, cd th oe ir p ac k ag e at 33 to 511 The
in
Tho industry'
a lso offered thee In Ada County on charges ot
p. I2;30 to 3;30 p.m. in the voca-'■ su,„n,i
a to c re a te w hal they
ivo ington"
Ington" nnd
I
sum m it confercnco opening to- nounced within the next two
firs t answ er made by the com-1- cents an Ih o u r .over the nextI union an-increase-df
J n connection with the opan
fro m 02 perr fraud
fraudJi
.weeks___ _________________
-SCO
day-in. hartoum ,------ - , ,_ .weeks__
— cniled.ai
called.a.l^uniop-Of-pooi;-peoploi— — :
en-ition l)f th e co m p an y .;
Sco CSl
t READY, P g r2 , C o irs1 day-in-K
. pahics to deinahds that tho un-three
years including a flat 13-■ Sco
I- three years,
SCO AUT
AUTO WOKKERS. P 2 7 0 ,1 ei^aiion
'
I
'
. '
'
*■
m
r ®
M
iF i g h t A ]g a i n s t ]F i r e s
tS,
Fire Expk
:plo$ion - | |
f l K m cOregon Ha
Has New
;;Ex-Resident'
mt Has Vivid
id Memory^ f
rous Alaskan
an Flood 1
iO f Disastroui
Tossed
(i
Hearse With
Rockwell’s
Body Barred
Star Turns
Politician
ity iAction HCommunity
ts Meeting
-S
IGroup Sets
]V
S Traffic Deaths
;■CSI Ready
•
i; For Start Of « |
Tiiird Year -!'*
Kac^
Auto Industrj
iistry Offerss Uiiion
U
Ige Ever’
‘Best Contract
tract Package
,■ Rough Going ‘"“ S'.
e }Voting
sts Ploitin
Hm To Sabotage
Sa
Vietnamese
lese Source
rees S a y' ferroristi
3
...
anos. Increasing
T ho sourccs said
said elaborate
elal
B y EDWIN Q. WHITEE
be
boys a n d prostilutos,
Incre;
below
the dem ililnrlzedi zone
zone lo
lo
nns havo
been
g, increasing
tielecllon plans
ha'
the Mekong delta In the
south.
he south.
the c o s t ot living,
Incre;
SAIGON (A P) - U.S. ggj
nnd
Vietd raw n for all four
four of
of South
S'
T'11'hero also hns been n sharp
shnrn Inintaxes a n d letting otir
utir men
me; be
South Vietnamese sources's sny
.iiiy
n a m ’s inilitnryI corps
corps areas.
a
toil all
c re a se in terrorist' kidnnplnijs,
dnnplnijs,
puslied into" death.','
the Viet Cong have plolted
od—dHiiumout-------- ^:iicsij-plunsjvucii-.sil
.ta l)B _ u—it't
iu i:d c ia jm d -s a h u tu g e ,--------------------------- ^Anothor— Gaplurdd—doiiui
_____ £QUtttty.witleL,i;atupalgn-to-tahB.—
la mmeetin
eetings In vllfo r propiigaiula
said th e policy ofof the
the. VIet
icllons "
T'I h e sourccs said one captured
captured
lage Ihe presidential 'elccllons
nicts tolo w\ arn peoLiberation
lag es and hamlets
llllnry
docum ent called for Communist
ammunlst ' Cong’s
N ational
Liber.
Sunday with Increased mllilary
3 the
p le 'n o t lo go lo
the polls.
poll One repfopafo
;lty otDa
ot Da
Front Is “ to Incite the masses
mass lo
ntlacks, terrorism ond tironaf" 'rces In Ihe northern city
i'loi Cong
mllllcal slniRp o rt said the Viet
Cong "m ay bo
gnuda.
NNaang to "jinasli the buffoonery
uffoiiiiery
push a fu ll blown political
s
,iis;e_
Inrgi' _scni(L
fnlse
eleclloii____
pjannlng
to
..iis;e_Jnr
Idjlial
If
g
ln
^
ln
jlls
ru
p
tjh
c
tnlao
ele
nnlinn
______ lliaisn iircea said Informaiion—
Pif. t l '° otollnn." It S»l‘l Him If
lenlal sizo
f o r c e s - regimental
siz or largllils
ot T hieu-K y nnd lo mako Iho
rnmo
ro ,llils
on tho Communist plans camo
“ ' clecilonj w e re n a llullure,
"
c r —to disrupt the
the elections,"
clcct
:ntum lolo
new c ris is general."
n
from cniitiircd documents, Iliilcl," ’" “ ' ‘1 ’Provldb , "momentum
lort
said
cared thnt
Another report said tho Vict
|,, .| '
crisln,"
F rom th is It appeared
thn Ihe
llBcnco reports nnd questioning
' ;.J force a new ixillllcnlIsl«,"
ng youths
T ho .same docum ent assailed
assailed
Cong are giving
youtli special ,
Vict C ung Is asstimning
ini; Chief
Chli of
of guerrillas taken prisimcr, / *■ ■
icmbllng explusive '
• 'i
Iho UnlteO Stales, saylnp;
"Takn Thieu
Irnlnlng.ht as.sembilng
ir ; "TakSlale N guyen Vnn
Thieu and
Over lira weekend the Coming
h can
Ing p a r t In tlia.clccllon Is lelllng.
devices "which
can 1)0ho placed In
P rem ier Nguyen Cno Ky-lho
Kviminlsts launched n series
An
Cl ol
A tncrliinnj go on litiniinR
biifulng
tes—will ho
polling places."
nillllary
cnndidatcs—will
n>l vlco tiin>L
fllhni-n rillHlilnit
niorlnr, rocket nnd nrllllcty
luit
ty at.
liou.se.f, dcslroyinn rellEloiis
dened illilMi
i)lan.s fur Icrliioils lie-.
(ileuteii n rcsld en t and
ti
i
and assa
assassin ate gov-.
places,
I, aatta
ttacckk polling
po
places by
tack
l.solaled outposts
c
buildings and
ck Isolated
and shell
ig ‘ or
and to
lethecapital."
capital."
Jrsonnel, . . kidnap clshelling'
or mortaring,
mort
crnriienfpersonnel,
jovernmtent-controilod
assault'
it' polling
polling places
pli
wllh millIn the delta inrcn ju st south of \
vlllans In governm
m ils and
Saigon,,
specln 'efjorts to sabo- ______
a re a s ' iind seize
seize t th e ir identity
ta ry units
and re
rerm o v « h e ballot
ilgon,, speclal
vuteiixaxU sJoc-inud------ boxosr!!----------- ^- -------------•---------- lagcToilttrlCIIl
ECToiirtrli!iwi«i!'iinrtBrciiiH^
'
he Immcdiale
talII are reported
reporie planned.
nd use
use t b y VIet Cong
In the
Inimedia area of Salideation and
ho reports said,
plans call
also 'are reported for.,
R on, Iho
!
cad res."
PPlalannss.. also
irovlncc east of Salfo r the
le VIet
V ict Copg
Co| to "kltHiap ' wide.spread
In one province
idespread us
uso of South Vletniimc.se
gove
iourccs ssaid , Inslrucnnd issasslnale
assassinatelocal ottlcials,^
tm ese government
m ilitary
gon, the sourccs
gone ooutu t tor llie_VJct__ plant iiilnon
llonB-liavo gone
lifortfls'liy
nilnonand
and| B roi'ftlw iiftn g ’-^ -^ m lto
rtfls'tiy Vlel
V Cong_fts«l8 n cd ________ L
ssasslnalc, kidnap ur
roads leading
leading toto .voting places
terro(i<t
Cong to assasslnali
rro(l<t aclh
activity on election ,
overm ncnl
employe.^,
and Insldo
Insldo voting
votlii booths ami
threaien governm
ci
ly. ' dny.
boxo.s,"
Another rop
Ihoso directly Inballot
boxes."
report said that In
>
especially Ihoso
process. , ...png rep
repoortrt ^nld
^ald a speclnl VIet
two
dlslrlcl!| llte
l VIet Cong ntivolved In Ihc eleclornl
elecli
vo dlstrlcl!|
Cong bivltnllon
bivttnllon hus
ha been broken
Ou election1 day, th
tli e y said, lhe
nounced
lunccd they vwill "aw n rd prizesfor VIet
VIet Cong cadrc.s
u p lilt)Into smsm
allallteams nrotiml
toI tho people who m ake tho
tirders a re for
''to movo
niust^
outstnii
"lo set up ainbiishc
ainbiishe.s along Hues
Saigonn nnd
nnd Instructed
Instru
iu s t. outstniiding
elforls to . ..
ilicalions tn prevent
Erndunlly
ar
of comm'uilicalions
ally toto' nrens
bordering
coiitUer
jutUer tho
tho elections." Th#
— Seen Today
MversTell
ay 2 Sky Div(
May Secede :
Roberts Maj
fhtmare”
i Of “Nighti
’ 2
i-N ew s
Twin Falls T lm es-N
'A u g . 28-29, 1967
ir^port
ly WeathMir^
Daily
I
~
H a rry Turner b ac k from
“ w hite w ater" river boat trip
^T H E R Bl
B U R E A U W IRE
F R O M T IM ES-N
E S -N EEW
W I S 24-HOUR WEATHER
. . . E dythe Koontz looking up
re
n p o rt . . . Armour Anderson
I sittin g in barber ch a ir and readp T . Ing P layboy Magazine while get____
th a tew
V 1/ ting
John- HURON, Ohio ( A P ) - “ It was "Then I floated on the helmet,
P artly cloudy today w ith
few,I reau
reai with 66 per cent humidity,
ti h air c u t . . . B erniceflsohnto g e t dff isome of my
!h volvol- jre a lly quite a n ig h tm a re2 ," said struggling
i
____ ^u son
Wed- 155 aat T. F . Entomology Labora--- ^
-^_ _________ 1:___________
S( working wav through
thundershowers throughI Wed-'55
i-j(nowa
-clothcsr-The-w
aves-WPre
nwfii|
_
o vey -R o b e rt-^ V r-o n e -o f-tw o -k n o w a J
xed up "ume
of mall . . . H a rry - PPovey
[5"m llertorrT *ith-il4-p?r-ccnt- htnnldlty,’
)—P eo - transfer
procedure ".a mixed
ui
‘nesT ay.'W Inarelght'lo 15-^mllertory
ROBERTS, Idaho (A P)—P
transi
>ky div- Ihigh and choppy_ I took my hel­
S h au b su
v isiting with Zoe A nn Shaub
‘ rv iv o rs of the w o rs t sky
fly dur- 60 nt
:a stern mess,”
vi
pie in this 'small soutlieastern
mess,
Low P rr. . ^per
i R upert, 48 at Falrfleld,
HIgb Low
i hour and locally gusly
met and used it like an ’'upside
upside Albany,
,
su ffer- ‘ accident in histo ry .
ilssion- . . . Harold Lahcaster sufferliscuss- Law
m ce ol;59
ol 59 ia t ' H ailey, 63 at Buhl, 52
Idaho, communlly w ere discussLav enforcem ent commissioncloudy ...... 79 556
6 . 08
.08 Ing
Ing the afternoons. C hance
a bad 'down cup and it gave me buoy\
lay
and
at
Ca&tleford,
62 at Gooding. At
ite Po- ing
in in silence . . . R on Scheufing plans to socede from Jeffer- er W arner Mills and State
^
Albuquerque,
clear
85
01
.
.
she
61
siMwers 20 per ccnt today
C
con- ‘<*™am. Maybe it was, and I’ll iancy.
Vednes- noor
noon, SO a i T.F. Weather Bu­
Clarkei Hand fe
fele - engaged In telephonele conson County Sphool DistrictI tod ay lice superintendent
s
. ^A tlanta, c l e a r ......... 77 5959 . .. . ton
tonight and 10 per cent Wednesiniioh"
"'ak
e
up
pretty
soon
and
find
nd
"xhen'’il
saw
a
bpal
coming
b
:h a n d flew to Idaho Falls Monday
day a l vviersatio n . , , H eb er Lough- '
coming B ism arck, clear . . . . 94 56
j
following a jirotest m arch
.56 . . d. aday.
High 88 to 98, lowll 52 to
lo reau w ith 30 per cent hum idity,
d f " ; o ut it didn’t happen."
,and I said, ‘T hank God’ ahd
b
le high Ban
B arom eter:. 30.21. Soil tem perlice on (he req
on W. m ille r writing out d ru g “orders
and Boston,
c l e a r ......... 83 '62
altercation with state police
i u est of Gov, Don
62 . .•• 62,62, except Cam as P ra irie
drivfncSpringfield,
Ohio,
,
1,
yjaved
my
a
rm
s
■
and
hollered
g
lOllered
Buffalo,
clear
........
68
59
.05
Samuelson.
They
were
investi.
.
.
'
.
Kenneth
L
eazer
driving'
,
Outlook
atures: A t T. F „ four-inch 73-68,
Monday.
Samu
59 -05 In gijs^
4 0 s.
ajur
u/o„„o
, still didn’t know if he
c
“
eight-inch 74-70, 20-inch 72, 36lie saw Chicago,
'cloudy . . , . 79 58
|
rrested gating
ayne •held onto a slim hope th aatt some and
Five protesters w ere arrested
gatini M onday’s incidenttl and trtru c k with camper . . . W
n w /m s! ofparachuarachu- ,me because th e waves were
/ere so rCincinnati, clear ...-81 5454
' for
“r Thursday little change. Tem- inch 74: a t Ruperl, four-inch S l­
ful a s- planned
to meet with various
/arious HH ankins discussing problem
J I’is 1^
and charged with unlawful
plann
,. cCleveland, clear . . . . 77 5252 .19
.19 perperatures i)t 8 a.m .: 58atatJe-Je-7373
. . at Buhl, three-inch 88-59;
groups involved today, in i^igby.
Rigby, ww ith "hippies" d u rin g Wagon ;tists missing in Lake E riee would ihigh. ■ .
sembly and obstructing a public group
rnfrv- ;
S earchers con- "But ‘I’e m en In the boat
lier Bu- at Castleford,
three-inch 83-72.
at saw D enver, c lo u d y ...... 87 5252 . . . .rorrome, 58 at T. F . W eather
highway after a brief billII s p ir- "I (d o n ’t know why itiis had to DD ays . . . John Stevens carry
I
j
„
r
tinue
dragging
operations
(oday
,
--- ------ate po- lurn o ut like it did," Nukaya
lukaya ining p ark in g ' meter m oney into ,
me and picked me up."
D es Moines, rain ....85 6464.09.09
ited encounter with 13 state
‘
°
for
the
14
who
fell
into
the
lake
.01
----------- -------- ------- --- -------D etroit, cloudy ...... )9 4949 .01
li', our bb:ank . . .Judy Brooks trying
licemen.
said. “ We consulted with
" f Slou n; d a y ,
F o r t Worth, clear . . . 96 69 . .
;rif[ in k<
keep up with busy courtroom
The incident erupted att Rob- lown m a rsh a l and the sheriff
r^o o m '
cu a rd officials and
5
out 300 Rigby
P
'V
Helena,
clear
........
81
50
.
.
erts High School when about
Rigbj and got permission1 from schedule . . . Dave Mead
tugu ie
hIndianapolis, clear . 81 53 . .
“
j oth ers feared"' there w asif i ilittle
pa- ging
gj
J
people lurned oul on thee ffir
irss t the rm a y o r for a peaceful
ul paon new mustache . . . .Al.- |Chance Ihey could survive
th er
e r Is
Is!w
eek w iih sp arse th u n d ersto rm
H I1.08
ns ., Little
change In w eath
weol
ive this
O
1
iJacksonville, cloudy 92 72
^
day of school to protest tra n s- rade,”
rade,'
J ^M organ selling up folding chairs ,long in the murky w aters: The
days, acii\
activ ity a n d little or no ra in
ii
indicated
for the next fewn days.
;o
R
igN
ukaya
said
"things
siarted
i
K
ansas
City,
clear
..
88
69
.
.
fers of Robert.? students to
Nul
;larted . . _ D r. Don Keith being bright
^fjatlonal Safely Transportation
sliglitly
in
vv:alley a re a s,
■■
Tem
peratures
may
rise
slightly
bn
g
n
t
Los Angeles, clear .. 94 73 . . .
by High School, about 15 m iles getting
getfin out of hand" when1 stale
state g, cheerful nt e a rly mlorm
orning
,
Wed- Co
C ondtitions will continue v e ry
r , . .■■ in some areas today andd Wedng Board
took over the *'’■
in- FILER—F uneral services
for LLouisville, c l e a r ...... 80 57
:es
away. .
police told the crowd over
i'’' r aa ho u r . . . Dale Patterson talking
,
should favo
f a v o r a l^ ’ for harvesting b e an s,
bu( in -g e n e ra l should
talking vestlgatlon of the accident.
,
iVill be ^M emphis, clear . . . . 84 57„ ■■ nesday
[;
red b y loudspeaker
that their demon“ ^ rt. Filer, will
Consolidation was ordered
louds;
lemon- about biggest and b e s t . , . Cur- Seventeen men and onel'u,nm
levels, seed
seed c ro p s , g rain , hay and o th e r
jg . . rem ain close to present levels,
(j,
I j wom™out’: conducted
W ednesday at 11
11 a.m . M iam i, c lo u d y ........ 86 79
the Jefferson D istrict toI s a v e siration
slratii m arch was "an unlaw- (|5
_ scoring hole-in- n _ a ii expert divers—bailed
thun- trop
tro p s w ith a very sm all ris k
lole-ma
.
5 , ' ■ Some Isolated afternoon 1 thuna ssem b ly ," Officers .started
,'terian M ilwaukee, cloudy .. 78 57 . .
funds,
ful a;
II
•1’® '^‘'■st Presbyterian
I
overheard, "D ouble ^of a . converted World War
likely or
or ssh o w ers in m ost areas. Irrido ..■■ der.Hb.O.wer .activity w ill likely
erb W
M pls.-St.P,. cloudy . 82 60
arresting those who refused
to je
i. o p ard y occurrs w hen aDouble
cWar II Church, Buhl, with Rev. H
Herb
George Nukaya, chairmlaann of arresi
sed lo
m
an
|.bom ber from 20,000 feet Sunday,
acliviiy galic
g allon req u irem en ts will continJ, .52
2 2 continue but wilh less activity
J
m
an
.,
, Rich- N ew Orleans, cloudy 85 71
F eastern and w estern valleys
.Jir
Thomas,
assisted
by
Rev.
a group called Roberts H igh get out
oi of the street.
w ilh a two-pant su it discovers
r
valleys
ue
g,
'
in
ue
hhigh fo r growing crops su ch
-covers nqt knowing they w ere over the ard
.
lating. N ew 'V ork, clear . . . . 82 63 . . P ,
'e m e n t —One
—Gne-offieer-r-WT-J^TootcrT-was -both-pairs-nccd-replacingH^----Keim N am pa, officiating.
----- Schoo|-Commnnity-Improvement
1Take;
Ktonded as
a s 51s u g a r b eets. No frost a p p e a rs —
-m—
~
-1Burial will be in ihe BuW Veined
w r-T^. than -yesterday. The- extended
•ations bitten
fem e- vD m r c n y r s m ^ r r r s r .JO
Committee, said dem onstrations
bilten on the hand. No othSr inra tu re s likel;
likely in a n y a g ricu ltu ral secCoy and Bernard Johnson, 30,
;e No. 0O m aha, r a i n ........... 86 70 jg .59outlook indicated tem peratures
-j.
or picketing today had b ee n juries w e r t reporled,
with the F iler Lodge
n o rm al lion
tion of Southern Idaho Ihis
W est Richfield, survived. Bodies tery
;
ilernal Philadelphia,
clear .. 78 g,64 ■ . .r e m a i n i n g above normal
rom ise The fiv e W re s le d were freed ll
canceled in view of com prom
IIV
26
1^®
conducting
fraternal
P
of
lhe
week.
04
■
■
through
the
latter
p
a
rt
of
lhe
weel
of Mrs. Alvin Lownsbury, 26, ‘
M r . G is le r,
all at
at PPhoenix, clear . . . . 107 64 . . i!!!]
erm ed on boi
bond.-,,.,
proposals. However, he term
n ’hnih
honors. F riends m ay call
-------In the p a st 24 hours te m p e ra ­
and Dorsk: Kitchen J r., 33,
both ,E
la
iday Pittsburgh,
cloudy . . 67 57
57 02.02 T
t of tlffi
life -T'*'" '"“ “ s M ortuary Tuesday.
P
tu res ro.se a few dfgrees n e a rly
of Akron, were pulled out-of
.■
P
tlnd,
Me.,
clear
...
83
59
M
I
W e n d e l l , D it Ce so lake Sunday night.
e v ery w h ere in Ihe d istric l.
P tlnd, Oi^e., cloudy 102 58 . . IW
J * Highs w e re m ostly In the m id d le
" I won’t lum p a g a in ," Coy JEROME — Funeral services ^R apid .City, cloudy . 92 61
.15
but he
he ffor Mrs. A m anda L. Stroud will Richmond,
^
and u p p e r 80s in the e ast a n d
. vow ed Monday n ig h t, but
clear .,, 82 59 . . T ,
^
I n H o s p ita l
? t. Louis, clear
5S
ia the h i g h .80s and low er 90s
a d d ed , "I can’t condemnnn the be
I: conducted a t 2 p.m. Wednesl 'l " ! '; S2;
...... 83 60
..
day
at
the
Jero
m
e
Melhodjst
in ^
M ag ic V alley and w e ste rn
ria l
-C
Magic Valley M emoorial
( assia Memorial
in
. ^ ^
^
■ p f ' S alt Lk. City, cloudy 93 66
66 .. _
WENDELL - John F. G isler, s®p o rt,"
valleys.
Lows last night w e re
en(arChurch
by
R
ev.
John
N.
GarThe jum pers m issed then- (ar- C
Admitted
g|
S an Diego, clear ... 82 69 . . l i
91, p i o n e e r W e n d e l l r e sident
s id e n t,
Admitted
m
ostly
in the 50s, ranging fro m
:
Field
rabrandt.
F
inal
rites
will
be
held
c!
nint-iiri
g
e
t—O
rthner
A
ir
S
e
rv
ic
e
Field
r
M rs.
rs, cjjgj
dj,
San F ran., clear ... 70 58
Thursday in a M ountain 6
Mrs. Ronald Buster, M rs. M rs. M elvin Cornia and1 M
.19 a t F a irfie ld to the low er 60s
in
‘
ii the J e r o m e Cemetery. gSeattle,
u,o m e hospital a fte r a long jl,
cloudy ...... 95 58 . .
,
urley; H
ill- a^ t W akeman—by 10 m ile s.;. ,
Stanley Carlson, T am ara M or- “Mary
/ y D arrlngton, both Burley;
^
A uthorities w ere seeking
TP,
ng the
■ ------T am pa, cloudy ...... 92 72
72 1 801.80 JEROME — Mrs. Rosele May aatt B oise, M ountain Home a n d
rill, Viola Kay, H assel Popple- Art H adden, Paul; Stephen ness.
;d
lale
G
ooding.
,
B25
SHOSHONE
Funeral
serv^
55
'
Denney,
50,
Jerom
e,
died
Good
I
u
•
a
n
sw
e
r
to
why
the
p
la
n
e
,
a,
l Tucker. E lba, and James' Dev- B orn June 23,1876, in Wilshire, “
J [ I' W ashington, clear .. 80 66 . . P®'
ton, Junior Sleadman, ^ Era rl
ake.
^
____ _________ SunSunday at Magic V alley
:y Me-------------------h M itchell, was o v e r th e lake.
i(iccs for M rs. K iller Jane Webb,
Ohio,
he moved lo M issourir l w; tith
0,
Lockard, Mrs. R obert E ngleloughls H
will be conducted a t 2 p.m. Wedj
m orial Hospital of a long ill- -pv
v
'’'s
thoughts
, , his parentes when a smallI Iw
boy.
man, Mrs, John Bloxham" a n d Dan
r, T . B rother, Burley; Johna t the Bergin Funeral
w e re "lo open the p a ra ch:hule
u te a nesday
n
d a , ness.
JJ(
iiS
? ■ He m arried Leta H. Lyon” Ocl. little
,,
M rs. Joe Boster, all Twin F a lls; nie
i H
i adden, Paul; Marlene
olt of..
^
C| was born Jan . 29,I, 1917,
irmally
w ith R ev. Jam es Holt
higher than I norm
ally Chapel
C
„
She
M rs. Je rry Stevens, Perslsn D ay Jones,
,
hemi 25.’ 1906, in Miami, Mo.,• and would,
J'
hoping that theI wind ficiating.
fi
F inal rites will be at
A lm o; Mrs. Jean Chevoz,
-t
in Osage City, Kan., and at- r \
M. ' ca m e to Wendell the sam e year. would blow me as close to0 shore tlthe Shoshone Cem etery.
and M rs. Robert Maxwell, all Declo, an d marion Warner, Hey,o'* was J L /i
;ciw.Pr. tended
schools there. She
High LcfwPr.
tenc
’
He
for th e Northside
Buhl; Laurine and D iana' C
'J s id e a s possible.
f ar“ V jju^n
burn. ’
^C anal
' worked
41
.02
m
es for
maiarried lo John B artee Sept. JE R O M E ^D o n a ld . M ilb e r f s .
Co. until moving lo Mounpenter, Shoshone; Mrs, J a c k
M ounJ hit the w a le r, I had BUHL — F u n eral services
for C
^ algary ................. 71 41.(g .02
Births
Ca
| ] 3 H.
11. 1934. In Kansas. T hey moved
„ :n Edm onton .............. 71 48 .13
|\jrr. *3 in Home in IS,18 w hen he• went completely taken off m y reserve
Koonce, Fairfield; R i c h a r d A d a u g h te r w as bom lo5 M
Mrs' M ary P ie rc y Leader, will
-eserve M
to (California in 1941. She„ mar- 58, ^died e a r ly T u c -sd a jln o rn in g
Bdnes- j"
M o m re a l................. 71 60eo .448
8 to
Laughling, Ruperl; M rs. LL aa rry
^ rs. M elvin C ornia, Burley
lurlpv ‘0 w ork for Ihe D aisy Dairy.
ry. In (.i
chute and I unfastened my
bi conducted a t 2 p.m. WednesSt. B en e d ic t's H ospital of a
ny hel- be
rr y ^nd
and M
.02 ried Ray Denney July 31," 1946
1946,‘ lengthy
‘ S'
^ 19-1
1942 he worked for th e U,S,0.
„ et strap and undid all
la-tist O ttaw a .................. 74 5858 .02
Worth, Jackpot, Nev., and1 M rs.
rs .
----------------------’
illne.ss.
-O- a t m
di at the Buhl F irst Baptist
ill my day
S n ‘ 1$'
R egina .................... 77 38.18 ' ■ min l Burley.
M ountain Home and retired in jt
Lyle Hubbard, Denver, Colo. T . j
He w a s born Sept, 6, 1908, in
s tra p s , except one leg stra
c
irapp to
10 Clmrch
by R ev. Floyd Austin.
i
1960. Al that time h e moved
in the
the Toronto .................. 70 5454
TThe couple has lived in
in JeJe- Rock
R o ck fo rd , 111,, and atte n d ed
'e d to ),(
hold m e In, As soon a s mlyy foot Final
F
rites w ill be held in
Dismissed
1111
-rome for three years a fte rr movmov- ^choc
............... 87 4646
-ron
Idaho Falls where h e remiain
ained
school th e re . In 1925 he w ent lo
ed hj,iit the waler, I im m e d ia lcely
ly un- Buhl
g
C em etery. Friends may Winnipeg
"
Verleen Jensen. M rs. J'ohn ~
,58
ing
here
from
Nampa.
She
was
le
j_o„g
B e a c h . Calif. On J u n e 16.
until
he
returned
to
Mountain
j,;
cka'rd
V
ancouver
..............82
,58
ing
Jn
tain
hooked
that
last
s
lra
p
m
get
ci
>0 8c:t call at the Albertson-Dickard Y‘
Delweiler, Charles N ew berry,
50
a
member
of
the
Jero
m
e
LDS
19.15
_
p,
A
ncorage
................
70
50
a
n
ho
19.15, he m a rried F ern W hitzci
V
U
H
om
e
last
December.
fr
free
nf
all
the
g
e
a
r.
Then
I
p
rhen
Funeral Chapel until 8 p.ni,
Mrs, J e rry Adermann a nn d^
47
Church.
|„
--------- H is-w iIo-died-in-L 953Jk_G
:_ G iSi
is ^ .f44<o a ie d . on m v _ i c i e rv e p a ra- luesday—and—W
ti
in Lo
Los A ngeles,
daughter, "Mrs. H arry Merr;ick " 7
ednesday-until
-u n til
................
Tunea'u V7.. . . . . ’. ...... 60 45
45
St
lor w as one ol the few surviving
I'iv in g cl
c h u te , holding it in fro n t of
Surviving
besides h er hus- M
Mrr. A lb e rts was a shoe sale sand Maude Murdock, all T w in A P
“f me noon,
H
o
n
o
lu
lu
.................
90
75
ban
>rans. uniil
Spani.sh American W a r veterans,
ui il becam e full of w a teerr and
____
H(
an In C alifornia and had b een
75
band, Ray Denney, Jero mlee,, are m
man
Falls, and William Peterson a n d
re tire d f o r th e past eight y e a rs
n d it sank.
four
’olice Surviving
are five sonsi aand
rvlces
lour daughters, M rs. Ruilen retire
Robert Tyler, bolh Buhl.
EDE
HAILEY — Funeral services
ED E N — Idaho State Police
'
^rome;
b
e
ca u se o f 111 health,
(Nellie)
Thompson,
Jerom
e;
becai
accifotir
daughters,
Jess
Gisler,
Ida---.
Id
a
-----------------------------------------rc
investigated two separate accifor Mrs, G ertrude Anna Draker
Births
investi
'raker
T H flh n
2oates, In a d d itio n to his widow, su rMrs. William (Leona) Coates,
ed at
at
lU d llO
Mrs
in on
on ho
a n dd
a t the .same location
™ F alls; John G isler, Boise;
McClure will be conducted
A son was born to Mr. an
R obert vvivor
ivors In clu d e one son by a for.o w PP rr.. Ami
Ambler. Penn.; M rs. Robert
lanuel
High Low
i(j aa In
terstate 80-N Monday three EEr;rsk in Gisler, W endell; P aul I3 I ’V 10 a m, F rid ay at the Emmanuel
M rs. Gerald Relnke, and
■I'ferst
e r m a rria g e , Donald C. AlG isler. Sacramento. Calif.: and
.50,
(Bonnie) A rnette, Tw in Falls, m er
Aberdeen ......... , .. . S7 .50,
(Boi
j^Q„.
Gi.>
J Episcopal Church by Rev, W, E
E. Al
daughter lo Mr. and Mrs. R
on- miles® southeast of Eden,
b
e n s . C alifornia,
.50
and
Mrs.
Dana
Hyder,
Boise;
bcris,
will
B
ear
L
a
k
e
..............Rl
.50
liman
T
hom
as
Gisler,
M
ountain
Home;
A
ccording
to
State
Patrolman
Th(
lo m e;
(Continued F ro m P a g eOne)
One) Ellway.
E
Concluding rites will
aid Stevens, all Twin Falls.
,
enney, FFui
u n e ra l services will be con,67
two step-sons, Elwin Denney,
ishap M
iston, c£
ttery . Boise ..................... 50 ,67
_____
Chet
Chet 1H illm an, Ihe first mishap
Mrrs. Rhoda Mnorc. H ermliston,
c a r and pickup tru c k . Both,
Both. be
b< held at the Hailey Cemetery,
li-s.sioii du
cted a t 2 p.m , T h u rsd ay in
ducie
O re.; Mrs. Pauline Neyman,
■d Punn ILDS Eastern Stales mission
occurred
a t 10:30 a.m , in1 the On
occurr
■’m a n , pj
p a rk e d near the a p a rtm e nIt,i, had
had Friends
F;
m ay call al the Bird
Fu- Buhl ..................... 91) 6060
nd
G.
the
H o v e Funeral C hapel hy
inin Boston, and Raym ond
inter- Tw
Tw in Falls; Mrs, K athryn PP ra
r a tt,
tt, disappeared under ris in g water,
w ater. neral
n(
Home Wednesday aa nn dd B urley .................. 88 5555
St. Benedict’s, Je ro>ltie
m e slate. ' A F o rd pickup and campdaugh- Rev. H a rn ld Livingston. F in a l
Den
56
Denney. Boise; two slep-daugh:amp- Ho
Houston, Tex,; and Mrs, Doris
D o ris
s ja ifr ^ a s w ork in g w! ith
withH Thursday.
'
?Caldwell ................. 88 5G
rites w ill be held In the Jeromo
Admitted
ters, Mrs, Rayola H ale, Bur- r/t<^s
er tra ile r driven by Phillip
Caslleford ..............91 5252
ters,
ip A. Ba
B aker, Boi.se; 25 grandchildren
------C;
ild ren ot
o th e r residents o p e ra tin g; river
river
(Lor- C e mee le ry . Friends m ay c a l p a t
Orlin Gunter, M rs. Jean
in eette
tte Smith, CO, M urray, Utah, w as and
am 26 great-grandchildren.
Icy,
[y
rvices EEim m ett ................. 92 5858
icy, and M rs,.. M arvin ' (Lor-Com
b o a ts up and dow n th e flooded
looded JEROME — Funeral services
Bass, Robert Hellewell, M rs. struck in th e rear by a deisel
;
IWO
the
c h a p e l Wedne.sday a ftern o o n
raine) Jones, Richfield: Iwo the cl
lei.sel F1 u n eral services fo r Mr,- G
Gis, e ts, plucking p e rso n s fram
rain
is- 5stre
fram for
fo Mrs, Rose May Denneyy wili F airfield ............... 85 .IS.19
LeRoy Twitchell, a ll Jero
m e ; truck driven by Leo Charles
O.sage an
■ome;
icrr w ere conducted Saiurday
brothers, Albert Crable, Osage
andd ec v en in g and Thursday u n til
av in
in Gooding ................. 92 6262
brot
larles ic
lay in
in c acer and,house tops a h e a d ofotrishi be held at 1 p,m , Thursday
risM rs. LaDar Sorenson, D ietrich;
tim e of serv ices.
tric h ; Blackv
Blackw ell, 38, Treynor, Iowa.
mcountain Home. B urial w;aass in
50 .46
.46 City
City, and Arthur C rable, KanKan- t'™e
'a. ^ M
ard G race ................... 86 .50
jnj, w aters, the
tli Jerom e I.DS First W
Ward
T
Mrs. Ijiu ra Balle Sloan and‘ M rs. Both vehicles cam e to rest
the Mountain View Cemleetery
o[. Grangevilie ; ........... 87 5353
•-.?as
.sas City, Kan.; (hree sisters,
-St in the
te ry
’Taking only w h a t th e y could
could with
w Bishnp Neal Perkinsis ofIm a Phillips, bolh
W endell;
ndell; (he
the m edian between Ihe two tj,e
th e re .
Mrs, Mary Eaton. K ansas Cily;
|
5757
Mrs,
ccaa r ry , the Slaters m oved again, f|{
ficiating. F in al riles will11 be
be Hailey ...... 84
\ M rs. Odell Chalfield, Buhl; M rs. Janes. T he deisel separated from
____________
■tery. Idaho Falls ........... 85 .53
Mrs. Gertrude W atson, Kan.53
boarding a river boat a n d beadhead- hc
held in H agerm an Cemetery.
\ Marion Pugmlre, H agerm
an, the sem
sei i-trailer and both over■man,
57
sas,
and
M
rs.
V
era
Ormsbee.
ipsoii
Jero
m
e
..................
94
57
sas,
Friends m ay call at Thompson “
ing for a public s h e lte r at Ihe Fi
\w id Mrs. Ron Shockley, T w in turned. T he deisel was carrying I
Sant Rosa, Calif., and 24 (Conthiued From Page One)
Tues- K im berly ............... 88 5454
Santa
Chapel, Gooding, TuesFi
^n e arb y high school on still high- Funeral
lional sch o o l. D ale of the o p e n ­
Fills.
a shfpi
shipm ent of fresh pork. ^ - D o n n a W i l l
Kuna ..................... 86 56
.01
ifi
.0 1 gran
grandchildren.
day
and
W
ednesday.
e
r
ground,
da
ing c la s s e s will be an n o u n ced
\
Dismissed
The ipickup and trailer - camp- -m............... 95 65
p,,
any,
---------LLewiston
e
M
ore
fortunate
th
a
n
m
any,
Funeral
services
w
ill
be
held
later
5
later.
d e ll; er rece
receiv ed about Sl.IOO dam age I (
WHUam A u s t i n , W endell;
vices M alad .................... 89 51;■ .20
E l Is Je ro m e
m1
-2t) aatt ]1 p.m. Thursday in the
Jec„o, 5 is the date for re g is tra ildren ,JEROME — Funeral services
M
rs, Slater and h e r children
Je- Sept.
PaulinkM cClain, Hazelton; M rs, and th
thee deisel and trailer about
be M ountain Home ... . 92 66™
rn,y,( LDS F irst W ard le with
spent only a few h ours th e re be- fof
foi Donald M . Alberts wijiII be
mine
non iiin th e college’s high sch o o l
, V 'th (ion
S-1.500. M r. Blackwell was treatT eat- - p i
•
/ \
Tom Coupe and daughter, Jj e0-. S-1.5Q0.
ay
in
P
™
a
............
92
54
Bj,hi
lard
a
conducted
at
2
p.m.
Thursday
a
!'•
Bi.shop
Neal
Perkins
officiating.
„Q„er
fore they were ta k e n , abo ard
co:
ed for cu ts in Hazelton andi reg o v e rn m e n t class for people w h o
rome. \
cd
re- JH a u ’ y u e e i i
Pocatello ............... SO H“3
f|,,a rites wiil be held inlatmg.
the Hove F uneral ChapelI by Po
Final
w o rk in g on their high school
fla t bed truck loaded w ith .some the
n HaHa- are
a re w
\ p i r lh s
leased. He was also cited for
.................. 91) 53
„ern an Cemetery,
banks
Rev, Harold Livingston, Final Pre,ston
P r'
50
refugees,
to
th
e
F
airb
an
k
s
Rc
germ
equlvi
M
rs,
im
proper
passing.
j
e q u iv a len c y tests. The c la ss
. JE R O M E - D onna Will,
D aughters y ^ b o r n to M rs,
rome
R
e
x
b
u
rg
.................89
48
„
riles will be held in the Jerom e Re
rjl'
M r.r Tho second
accident occurred
, , g h ter of Mr. a n d Mrs.' ^Wai- a^ irp
Friends m ay call a t Tliomphomp- meets
m eets fro m 8 (0 10:30 p.m . T u esIf,''™ dj ,au
‘I o rt,
Im a Phillips, W endell, and M
'
ill at R uupert .................. 92 53|T
first Cemetery.
F riends may call
j I at 2:40 p.m . when a IDG4 Oldslu een
T here they b o a rd e d th e. first
Ce
son' Funeral Chapel, Gooding,
oding, days
d ay s b eg in n in g Sept. 12 a t th e
^ ' ter Will, was named' 1968 queen
nnd M rsr LeRoy Twitchell, Je-noon
Salm
on
..................
87
and
a
lh®
chapel
W
ednesday
afternoon
Sal
jet for S e a ttle and a 1™
Tuesday and W ednesday.
s o o l.
high sch
of th e Jerome county (sir a t available
a ''
rome, A son was born to ’ M r, mobile driven by M yrtle Boden-■ g.
Soda Springs ......... 88 54.
e and
and
evening an d Thursday until Soi
T-^yjn
ham
er.
44,
Eden,
slowed
near
------------------"In
long
train
ride
to
Shoshone
and
a,"'
" In ad d itio n , our v o catio n al
the closing rodeo perform ance
and M rs. Ron Shockley, T w in
Tw in Falls ............ 93 52
time of services,
the
w nreck scene and was struck S aturday night.
Tw
in
Falls,
tin
Falls.
he w
Tv
GET TREATM ENT
school h a s any num ber of e x te n from tlth e right side by a vehicle Sc he was crowned b y Kav BBen____
en- . 'lender the confusion at the
Mrs. sion
KING HILL - M r. an d Mrs.
sion„«c o u rs e s th a t will not s ta r t
^tJrf
d riv e n
------ driven—by—Edwin—J-r-Rulfr-JlT
-jgn
t— re^ -tim e—of—her—d e p a rtu re ,—M
rs- PAUL — F u n eral services for
son; retrrlll!rT ]ueen,' and—
iimeci
enrolling-for-a-w
eek-or two; - I n ----Rn™
U 'l H r Ru 5s-M cM illan“ have—returned enroll
jIj jg
aJ
M anor, W ash.
Dphy. S5 hla te r said it w as difficult
lo kaymond H dw ard Denton Will
ceived red roses a n d a trophy.
M inidoka M em orial
e n eral, we expect to show a
from Wheeler, Ore., w here: they ggenen
be conducted a t 2 p.m, Thursday T ,
Tbe B odenham er vehicle was
e
iv
ed
know
just
w
hal
the
situation
P
"'a^ E a c h of the contestants received i^o
su K stan tial increase in to tal enLp
received medical tre atm enmli at suKsta
:h^by
recei
tho Paul M elhodist Church
by I I
Admitted
travelii ea st on the interstate,
traveling
w as. although she le a rn efd^-thr e in
1?
a gift certificate.
wa
Thelr ro
llm en t over th at of la s t
ar-old the A r t h i t i s Clinic. Their
rolimt
Rev, Virgil Selix. Final ritesi will BURLEY
i
■ M rs. Billy Hawkins, M alta.
slowing when approaching Ihe
— A 19-year-old
slowing
Ine ^
Paf|( 5|.^ daughterr -. of. eni
e n tire business d is tric t of F air- be held in th e Pleasant View
wson,
y
e a r’s ," D r. Keith com m ented,
daughter, M rs. Phillip Lawson, ea
De
youth Is listed in good
good °aug
Dismissed
w recka
reckage of the first accident. „
rk er,
e r, ba
b an k s and some !)0' p e r cent
of Cfnietery, B urley. Friends may Declo
who
P
ark
them.
L
ate re g istra tio n for a c a d e m ic
norial
and
children
accom
panied
Late
mt
ot
coi
B rett Fenslerm aker and Su- Behind h er was Mr. Ruff, who
'nay condition at Cassia M em orial and t
;r-up, th(
th e residential a re a w a s under
ji at Ihe P ayne Mortuary,
jPp Jero' m e , was first runner-up,
under eejU
o
'eived She
She ialso received tre atm enntt the and vvio c atio n al classes will c o n ­
' san Hunsaker, bolh Rupert.
was aap| p aren tly watchjng the and Charlene K im ball,-daughter
^ary. Hh ospital
with injuries received
g h te r w
waa te r at that tim e.
. l 5 past
tinue ffro m 8:30 a.m . lo 3:30 p .m .
Burley, W ednesday afternoon in a one-car accident at' g9:15
crash !scene and w as unablef to of■ M r. and Mrs, C harles Kim- IMr, Slater said during the anc
P a« three weeks.
■Blrlhs
daily a t the college offices a n d
! 'a e and evening a n d Thursday prior
„ F riday four miles west
est of
-------------------‘‘aily
prior p„ ni.
A son was born to Mr. an d stop in tim e to avoid hilling the ball, Hazelton, was second run- long
Ion nights he worked lo rescue
to
escue
services.
g
'"
USE
TIMES-NEWS
WANT
'
ADS
trom
from
4 to 8 p.m. at the h ig h
B
odenham er auto, swervedI to n eru p .
M rs. Billy Hawkins, Malta.
Bodenh
B urley on Interstate 80N.
pei
persons stranded atop buildings,
lings,
----- -I w
^^,35 FOR FAST SELLING RESULTS
ULTS school fo r the next two w eeks.
the le
gB everly Richmond, daughter he
------------------leftft and creased the auto.
Admitted
to
tho
hospital
as
ghter
could hear scream s of what
what jP A U ^ -F u n e ra l services for Nelson Richardson. The ooth
A
bout $150 dam age was caus- of
p. M
. r. and Mrs, Boy Richmond,
Abou
th er
er ■ ■ ■
lond, he took lo be drow ning .victims
dim s My
Myrl Scott K lam m will be c:oncon- ig.year-olds,
ig.;
ed lo the Bodenhamer . vehicle
Robert C. Giles,
^ pE dj ,e n , was the third place win- oorr persons fearing for their lives
lives du(
ducted a t 10 a.m . Thursday
at M urtaugh,
■
T S and
and|$$25
2^ to the Ruff vehicle. M r.
y
“t
and
Carl
Anderson,
•
a s waters continued to rise.-•
wa Walk M ortu ary Chapjsl by Rev.
oner .
Ta®
Ruff w as cited for Improper
J®'': Declo, were treated and reI
lo be
be cstill in Ihe flood ravaged cily,
vir Virgil Selix. P aul ' Melhodist
(Continued From P age O ne) passing.
passing T here were no injuries, Attendance was reported to
city.
leased.
I
good at both perform ances!s of
of M r. Slater has been ab le to tele- pastor.
pa.
cent lo 80 per cpnt in Ihe su p ­
L
ast
rites
will
be
held
,
held
According
to
Idaho
Slate
P
oI
the rodeo produced by Del HasHas- phone
p|„
his wife se.veral times,
plem ental unemployment bene- U
imes. ji,In the P aul Cem etery. Friends
]j^(
ends ,jp(j
Ro„a|d vv, Jolley,
•
lam , Wellsville, U tah.
fits — the benefits that supple- t X c l .
Originally it was believed1 the ma may call at the chapel Wednesien a
____
the accident occurred when
D uring the Saturday night per- women and children could re- daj
ment a laid-off w orker's s ta le
d
day afternoon and evening and 1959
jg j Chevrolet driven by Giles
form ance, Billy S tuart, G rapeunemployment compensation.
™P'=- (y,.
turn by SepL 10 and Fairbanks
Thi
lanks
Thursday
until
time
of
services.
>ces^
attem
pted
lo
“
pull
up"
w
hile
vine, Tex,, was injured during schools could open at thal lime.
This apparently w as far sh o rt J L / l v
li m e .
■ -•
-----------J '
traveling west on MON to allow
the bull riding even t. He liJT^if
w as ,:"In the last conversation,"
of 'the' demand m ade by the! uh- ^
F U PE kT — Funeral services th
ion," R
t|,ee occupants of the vehicle tq
listed in fairly good condition
w rs. Slater said, "m y husband
lon for a complete guaranteed r > |i 1
ji'
M
for
iband
John
E
m
o
ry
Simmers,
TTue
uesday at Sl, B enedict’s Hos- wa.t very discouraged. There
speak with a passing motorist'.
;orist.
annual inconie.
A ll J
:re is Hai
Hailey, will b e conducted a t 2 (Jj|,
G iles lost-Control of his. c a r
iprnl
pita
Louis G, Seaton of G eneral
untold
cleanup w ork to be done p,n
p.m. F rid ay a t Walk Mortuary w hen II ran into gravel on the
_____________
=
'
R
U
P
E
R
T
-Jo
h
n
Emory
SlmMotors called his firm ’s offer m ers. H ailey. 65, died Monday
and the city is still without san- Cht
Chapel by R ev. Roger Adaylott,tj ig<,
g;,”;
A LL M O D E L (
left side of the road. The Chevthe best it has ever made.
, „
itatlon facilities or safe drinking
iking Fir
First C hristian- church. Final
.n |, ^^as totally damaged.
yj
•Inal jQiet
■ • Malcolm Denise, chief >,2
b ar- in R u p ert of a heart attack
,
Qf
V
F
l
l
l
l
wa'
w
aler.
It
is-h
ard
to
see
how
rite
rites
will
be
held
in
the
Rupert
jioo 3 e
D river inattention and loose
gainer a t Ford, term ed his com - while Jvisiting at the home of _
much more of the population
ation Cet
Cemelery. F rien d s mny callI, a“ t gravel
_ .
on (he road’s shoulder
u id er
G af Your O rd e r In
ow foi
In N
Now
for 1968 Modalsl
pany’s package "responsive and"
and ““ hrother-in-law . Herb Barnes, ■ r^
can
return
until
these
problems
ilems
the
m
o
rtu
ary
T
hursday-aftern
e
rw
ere
llsted
as
the
causes
of
responsible."
K upert,
if th e —
-------have heen corrected,”
noo
noon
and
evening
and
Friday
‘day
w
reck.
An
a
rre
s
t
is
pending.
.
IE.
GM estimated its co n traci
ra e l ™
7,
As
unti tim e of services.
leath until
BU RLEY -M rs. A nna Gini,^ 887,
A of now, the known death
package at 3C to 44 cenls; a„
an ,A urelia, Iowa, nnd married Al- Bl
ively
------NEW
CHEVROLET y^TON
rj In Sm
S h e died
d i e d a t 5:30 p.m . M o n d a y/ aa tt foil from the flood is relatively
INVENTOR DIES
^
hour over lhe next three y eJaars.
'’ "’ ith
‘I a t Burley in 1925, She
dell, low
low, Mr. Slater said, bul there
T'
[here TWIN
FALLS — Funeral ser- OTTSVILLE,
q
lers M af
agic Valley M anor, Wendell,
WWith V 8 m o to r, 4 -spDooerf.^'Hltch,
erf.-'H itcI m irro rs, e tc . 2 4
Pa. (AP)) _Ford pegged its a t 31 cents, died in
!' 1927, Mr. Simmers
liaci are many more persons asi yet vice
vices for Ju n io r H. Sleadman C harles B. Darrow, the m an m rri'
ts , ' resided
resided for several years at of sa lingerinK illness. Sho had
onth le a s e ta x Includecl, fo r
, Chry.sler figured 33 to 51 cents,
be
conducted
at
1
p.m.
Wedunaccounted
for.
D
am
age
estiwill
b ee n there ono day.
unf
“.'‘. " . V . ”. '. M . „ , h $ 7 6 . 0 0
w ho invented Monopoly nnd a papp r o x im a te ly ..................
Sealon has estim ated Ihat un- Santa M onica, Calif,, where he beei
,000,- nesday
in th e Fifth Ward LDS m ade a fortune from it, died
1879 , m
ates originally .set at $200,000,nest
Mr- S he
t>iai
l was Iwrn O ct. 12, 1879,
(F o rd P ric eod
d S a m e a s A bove)
lon’ demands' made a t the sita
ta rrtt "'as em ployed by Douglas AirChurch.
Bishop
Allen
M.
Alexan900
m
ay
also
rise
before
the
Chii
A'illa
DeChavena,'
llajy,
and
(190
cost
craft
Corp.
Ttr
A
Mondiiy
nl
his
Bucks
County
ounty
of bargaining in July would cost ‘^raft O
)vide der will officiate. The body will r„
and was, -m arried lo A ndrew Gini town
tow is again ready to provide
GM at least $1 an hour.
' In M aarch, 15S7, he retired, ond
J — i
I- y|
:n|y, norm
■ be itaken by Reynolds Funeral
ter. A
pril 21, 1902, In Genoa, Italy,
" o t al living conditions,
Apri
Tho industry also o f f e r e d ''“ll
''“J b®' living,w llh a sister.
= j
V O I K S W E N 2 -D O O R SED ,
as Hon
Home to M idvale, Utah, for bu"Probably F airbanks wass ns
T h ey came lo A m crica laa te
lerr
Mrs. Lloyd
L, Smith, Hailey,
The;
addilional wage biiosls for
for *’'''■'*•
Ll
.
i B ran d new l C h o ic e of c o lo rs u su a lly available.
illis. Pfc
preparc:d as the average town rial,
rial.
;rs, th a t year, setlling in Challis.
urvivors include four sisters,
skilled workers, an Issue th a tl SSurvi\
•
I By tho .m o n th
920, would
ter *'
woi: bo for such-a disaster,"
L i n Mr-';' LLloxd
Smith, Hnlley; MIrs.
rs. M
M:r; Gini died F e b . 21, 1920,
----- Lhas-causcd_som c_di5sejision_|n
I
jouid
Twin
F
alls
Duplicate
Bridge
1
fo r ju s t ..................... . .................
aco an
Mr;rs. Sinter said, "b u t 1 would
.~ E llib in ’iirmn; M rs.'Grace
andd Mrs. Gini lived wilh h er M
(lie union. Skilled w orkers hlavc
ave t 1T .~EI
anv- Chic
Club m et M onday night nt (he
(p lu s $ 1 , 5 3 tax)
jnlil not sny they were ready for anyT. son,_M
east Hillon, .Boise, and Mrs. John T,
son,, ike ,Glnl, In Challis until
- dem anded increases of at least
thing like llmt. It wns the (Irst
first Elks Lodge w ilh five tables in
ullam , Oxnard, Calif,; ono
ono 1959 when ..slic m oved to BBurur- thin
SI nn hour more lhan tlio r e sJtt of FFullnni,
Imvp piny- W inners w ere Dr. nnd
an- ley to nmlic her hom e withh a tiri'C
1‘ti" in 68 years (he rivers have ^ ”5'
tho workers get.
brother. M iles C. Simmers, Can,(l j,it Mrs, H. E, B urgess, llrsl; IMr.
FORD GALAXIE SPORT COU
daughter', Mrs, F ra n k (D ojrra)
a ) floe
flooded and no one dream ed
dau(
R E N T
H
The three companies did not ago P a irk , Calif.
.... and M rs. R o bert.S ass, second;
- wns coming.''. - - w ill H e Wi
w as preceded In doalh by P ric e .
specify liow much they w ould
Mr,
lind
itlrs.
Richard
Cook,
CHEVROLET
IMPALA SPORl
tins. There
wns noi particu lar organ- fff'
Tl
;llcd a Bistor,—M
rs.-S le lla -B arnICS,
cs, _ S uurv |v n rs liicliide^ lhrce srinsj^
give the 200,000 industry skilled
Bistoi
S
Cl
ier, Andi
A ndrew iSliiraiid Mlko G;ihi7
ini, Izailon'
Izai
to Hike over 'and direct third, nnd M rs. II. M, Proctor
:go- lU
ipert, Who died in December,
B _
Air co n d itio n in g , p.owor
and said only llmt it was negoR upert,
or b ra k e s , s te e rin g . W hitew all
linst
atid
Bill
,
Cookr
tourlh.
,
.
...
m ce the immediate haltle 'ag ain st „
., both Challis, and Lawrence
tiros, o u to m a tic tra n sm
sio n , ttin te d g lass, rad io ,
tiabic,
100 (1.
sm isissio
S
5
;
'
,
VE
J
V 8 e n g in e, w h e e lc o v eirs.
rs .
eld G
ini. Idaho I'alls; two daughfioo
Igh- floodlng'and
the rcscue.of vie- i"“ "
e ra l service? will be held
Gini,
Ford nnd Chrysler took a dif- F u n er
With ta x , a p p ro x im a te3ll y .................
............
m p.
___ _
- C lt- a t-3 -p
----- ^orent-(nck-lhnn-G M -on-U ie-e.t-p,»,i i.-irrid a y -a t-.lh (iJV jilk
a lk ic
i c r s .Jil[!L J!lU L (A m erlfA ) J l )ri!i
r i l i itlnis,
i m Mrs, Sinter recalls, but ‘ I
ger nell.
nell, Eagle, anil M rs, P rice
ic
Ice,, ^s1ic7inil..niniTy_lownspeople,
like j '
:qll- M ortuar
ortuary chapel by Rev, Roger
calntor clause, Ilulh asked cqll~ H A N D TRUCKS
17 r.randchlldren, 29- her husband, sim ply wenl lo >
)unt Adaylott
A daylott, F irst C h r i s t i a nn B urley;
url
ings bc placed on tho am ount
! ^ P I A N O D O L L IE S
eld ggrcal-grandclilldren;
livi) ,sls- w
iir (iild kciil w orking nround j| ’
work
possible for a w orker (o g ect—
t— Clm rch,
rch. F inal rites will bo held
rea
W i ll B u y S e l l o r
L'sa, tho
tlio clock, 0\il of Ihls clforlrl a I■
,F o rd of C cenls an hour, C hrysrys- In Ihc R upert Cemelery,
te rs in Hilly nml one In LaM esa,
,
•
F U R N I T U R E P A D sS
alif, i
grei
ler of 7,
Friend
great deal wns accumplishcd J
F rien d s may call al Ihc C
CnlK
!'
C a ll 7 3 3 -1 4 2 1
O ld C a r b n C o n s
;on- and mnny lives saved.
■
ion I'unernI
scrviccs will bo conNolhIng wns said b y any com
om-- m o rtu ar
ary Thursduy nflornoun
I'u
'pany about llie union deinanil
eve
Itll ,,(lucti
d ucted at 2 p.m, ’I'luir.'idny a t (he Al
About four (o five dnys of J
anil and
nnd evening
and Friday until
for parity for Canadian w ork(Itiio o f iscrvice,s.
jrk- (lino
Clial
Clialll.i Coniniiiiilty church hy lienvy
hen\ rnin preceded lhe flumi.s, > p
ers, which along wi(h gu aran
. -------------------■an-R ev. G, Krciiienstchi. Friciuls
luls Mrs
M rs, Slater said, bul residents of J
B ill S t a n d i i
teed nnminl llicoino, n big w age
3
m
a
y
call
at
Weaver
M
ortuary,
the
nge
J IlliD S KII,I.I:D
iry ,
lowii wenl about their busy !
boost nnd conllmmtion of Ihc csfrom l lu R p.m. Wedroiil
c.s- DANGl
BANGKOK, 'I'hallniul (AP) -— Weiidcll,
Wem
'ed- roiiline
work w ilhout much » '
culalor clause were Iho unliin’N
s(s nne,sdi
esd ay and nl th e Challis
iii ' h Three
Cumnunilsl lerrurisls
illls thou
thought ot Iho pciidliii! disaster,
itcr. 'I
Phono collotl
»
chlcf. doniamls,
’rho UAW
hei killed nml five cupAW have been
ip- cliiir
cliurcli Thiir.ulny. I.ilst riles
ilrs No one reiillzeil It could rcnt'li »
' 2 5 5 M ain A vo, WVoil
oil —
Tw Falli, Idaho
plnceil no inoncln'ry vnliio un ils lured- in a week of scallcicd
— Twin
'! . ..
cd w ill bo holll In -th o -C h a llli!
(iiieli pi'U |w liuns, . th e ..lovincr { ....
illll! (iiieh~
»i ■ ' 1 2 7 2 n d Avo, W, j
, uwii imckiiiic,
llghliiiy.
llfihliiiii,
Cciiii
Ceiiiolory.
jTTw
w iiin I'ttllj wuimui cuiiunonlcd, j , , , ,
......
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1C
^alley Forecast
Magic Valley
ires
Tem peratures
hool District
From School
js[ational_ _ _ ^
Maffic Valley
"iaSn ...fu n era ls
? ;; Synopsis,ITarm
Farir Summary
k
I
l
Magic V alley
lUey Hospitals ]
» .ii Mrs- Denney, =
M;; Jerome, Dies in"”!!
fs ;; lil Hospital mds^
i
Alaska, Canada,
Hawaii
""D eath Takes
D.M. AU}erts
Interstate Is m
Scene Of Two
JS Accidents
'i;
S Flood Memory^
‘S
CSI Ready
Decla¥outh Hur4
In 1-Car Mishap
A.uto Workers
SNEW<
VCAR
i LEASI
lSING
’p i Hailey Man
Lri Dies Wliile
111Rupert
s Mi-s Gini
“ D ies At 8 7
ODEL CARS,
•S & TR
TRUCKS
PJCKUPS
“
5
y^TON
OCRSEDAN
,I I M OVING?
I
............$51.00
'ORTCOUPE OR
14 SPORT COUPE
(toe nn
>VD.00
I'iSff-'PEO-RESEWHi - ! ■'SEW IICKEIS :| ;
j
O n Sale
i Fairgrounds Office
aj-
I p i?
fiiw ■I'
I
s * ................... - -ij
'
;
FURNITURE
Sell or Take your
n Consignm ent
~
Standley
STANDLEY''S CAR
CAI SALES,
,
lill Tax Rebel
bellion
)me Tax
Staged ^ Jigainst
a i i Incom(
Times-News
Fire
Fin Fighter’s J Twin 'Afalls
u g . 29-30, 1967
Death Is Probed —t(_
. MISSOULA, Mont. (A P )-T h e
*
CoU idesW itli
Moilierliood
Gol
Drive
Held
(SAN ANTONIA, Tex. (A P)
5(
And Loses
?) School
Boardd Al
—A fund drive is under w ay
-
11
3
-The
} f_ back-IN JU R E D .
nrfoni death of a 19-year-old fire fight.
R . D uda, superintendent
PITTSBURGH;’
P a . (A P ) —
- S Stanley
ta n
P\
'^osKIMBERLY - Virgil D urfee,
,nnU:
Or
Monday
in
a
M
issoula
hosMMol
otherhood collided w ith1 a of the
tl C hartlers Valley Schools^ pj,j,[ °
I
todistrict
being Investigated to- district Brand Inspector, w as r e ­
school
““ /Are you having a child?”
scht b o a rd —and lo st.
h„v
i't*? day.
>leased
““sed from the Magic V alley
10
M
rs,
J
o
h
n
Hill
g
a
v
e
b
irth
to
aske
land Edw ard H . White II w ho
M
h io asked D uda.
ill i Memorial Hospital Sunday a fte r
xps, gom ery County or M aryland
states with no Income taxps,
„ , ^The youth, Gerald Chilini,
in
he
r
fo
u
rth
child
w
h
ile
on
a
i.x
_____
died
In
a
fire
aboard
a
n
her
being
siirh as Ohin, and see|i to collect
I t e laJL.
t a 2 i . ^ _________________ di!
" ” ^ -N o.’- replied Mrs. Hill.J uButt Rntt,.
J t t t IWnnt
sucli-aa
ill
fhn being hhospitalized last week fo r
sab
ved, At
Apollo spacecraft.
sOTb a tic a l sitrd jn K rv erM D iB lify
men Al
Although Dahoff Is unmoved.
Ida- treaiiiiuiil uf, u biuken b a c k -re -------a percentage
from congressmen
uor
conceded she was ■gaining
TraDtx Peak-fire In n orlh'Idapcrce
lining
xrapper
3me then
there is no known effort amlong
ong
IH anger 9 Is, the last of night,
I 'f ' sh e w as fire d fro m h e r weight.
ho
from sistates where the income
ho Mc
Monday, He was first taken ceived„ when his, horse fell on
job.
state officials in MarylandI or thoso
thi
gffu "™
him.' He is expected lo have to
ta x Is
'■ state
used at Brooks fo" r , leaching
‘
is less
li than M aryland’s.
hi Bonners F erry
lolhI
getting fatt be- to aalhospltal
ll
"
I
w
as
fired
for
b
e
in
g
a
m
oth‘
ver, Virginia
or from District offi- pll
Ashbrook
believes, however,
Vlrg
pilot training during and
,1
Ashbr
fl„ly cause I had been used to danc- a n d ' 1;la ter transferred to Mis- remain
f*™am in a body cast for ab o u t
, e r," she said. " T h a t’s th e only
three
th a t as an Ohio resident hee Is clals to force members to pay jui
just after World War I.
soula,
* re e months.
n;
rhey l"S
thing I can see I ’ve d o n e. They
"S a■ lot. then slacked off, plus soula.
ont- state
n ot liable
state or D. C. income taxes.
liat for either, the Montfea- the?. fact th a t I had had three
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.
,,.,m
COUl
couldn't
think
of
a
n
o
th
e
r
rea-™
;
the
children.”
,
8
son."
The sto ry o f how the ™ l(
• ,
son.
—7 —
'•
•hool But
she
gained
m ore
o r 8e l
e le m e n ta ry school
■ ‘ " r . 42-year-old
42-y
i
'
'
id the 88
and weight—and finally accepted
mus
m usic te a c h e r gained a son and
(i ,,:-''--'
-•
her
fact
she
w
as
pregnant.
^
a nm a ste r’s degree, b u t lost her
;;; >
" I really didn’t know I w as ^
. job, goes back to 1966.
I ;-, ,i
oard P''S£
pregnant," she said. “Any wom- f e
In M arch, h e r school board
j|U
eave
.*‘ 6 ® ^as difficulty ac- »
gran ted h e r a s a b b a tic a l leave
rsity
eepting
such a developm ent." ^ ;
lo sS lu d y a l D uquesne U niversity
.
at
Jonathan
wns horn Sept. 13, S ;
. the following school y e a r at
1966. And born wllh him w as a S 1’.
half-pay.
gain full-fledged feud.
S I
Then she s ta rte d to gain
cials Duda contended Mrs. Hill, S I
w eight. And, ' school officials
well
isses
“P°n
learning
she
was
pregnant,
N I
said, she showed up fo r classes “P°f
should have notified the board, S
in loose-fitting clolhes.
»
ar
lo restore historic H angar
se
9 at Brooks Air Force B ase
ut
an
and nam e it for astronaut
RS .
B y RICHARD P . POWERS
prs’c
WASHINfiTnN. ^A PW There’s
■ a tax rebellion underway’ on
Capitol Hill. ■
'
?resIt has nothing to do with President Johnson's request for a 10
p er cent ‘ su rtax on federal1 in;lllon
com e taxes. This is a rebellion
:ome
against a one p er cent income
lontta x levied by suburban Montgom ery County, Md., where
'here
about 100 congressm en maintain
ntaln
th e ir W ashington-area homes.
N early all of them have ig:ome
nored A e new county income
_____
ta x .
One who didn’t ignore the levy
rook,
Rep. John M. Ashbrook,
and
R-Ohio. He took notice of it and
refused to pay.
Itend
Some congressm en contend
they are residents of the states
tates
;ome
they reprSSeht and pay Income
tele, asked fo r m atern ity leaveI and 8 I
taxes to those states. It would
fould
Dr, canceled h er sabbatical,
^8 i
C om pletely
itely instal
instafled on our
re to
be unfair, they say, to have
---- M rs, Hill figured liiat since 8
foam
rubber padding.
pile"
^
^
h
e
a
v
ie
st
foam
rubt
by
pay the incom e taxes levied
she had already made applica- g
M ontgomery County or, for that
tion lo Duquesne, she saww no ^
- _ _ _ _
Iarym atter, by the states of MaryJ g reason lo cancel the sabbatical,
lical. f e
land and. .Virginia., and the-Dls>
J31s>
------- ^Anyway, -6 h e-ad d e d ,-sh o>-fui-fu l- Sf e i— __ __________ ^
W W ir
trict of Colum bia.
filled the term s of her sabbatl- f e
rsonHowever, they do pay personcal.
She
w
ent
lo
school,
got
her
f
e
On J u n e 10, she g o t a tele- “degree
^ke
tax al property and real estate taxand took off o n ly' one ^f e I
g /g
. phone call from h e r boss. Dr,, week lo have Jonathan.
Clive
es levied In their respective
&W ashington-area jurisdictions.
B
The school canceled her K
MONEY
,
l o u m S- i
NO M
O N E Y IDOWN
The M o n tg o m ^ , .County tax
sabbatical allowance, amount) — Ing' to about $3,000, She’ ^P'
ap- 8®
w as levied only for the last nine
months of 1966. It w as to be paid
orge pealed, M onday night, the hoard 8
Ither
by "all residents." No other
1 lo- fillet
turned down the appeal in one 8
rp
T
!•
.
county in this im mediate area
-rest vole
fe !
caL and fired her In another,
The board contended M rs.■ Hill 88 I
y et levies an Income tax.
'
F E A T U R IN G TTH
H E LARGEST
LARG!
CA RPETIN G
degr
•Ashbrook says he 'filedd a
rand violated state law by not^ "re- fs e l I
IN MAG
MAGIC VALLEYI
S E L E C T IODN
N IN
turn,
M ontgomery County tax return,
27, porting her pregnancy,
1
5 ^ .^ 'iaw--- -VU?-'7»rn»xj<VK»aMiWHS
but sent no check, He estimates
dent sabb
' Ir ™5 —
i
"
as m m y as three-quarters of his
NASHVILLE, T enn. (A P) - ing'
colleagues who live in the counB lack Pow er disciple G eorge peal
ty have not even filed a return,
W ashington W are w a s freed to- turn
m uch leas paid the tax.
d a y — a week a fte r h is a rre st vole
iglas
Under the law , said Douglas
on a s ta le sedition c h a rg e .
Th
ireeDayhoff, county finance direc' by m w
able.
tor, congressm en "are liable.
ange
Where there has been no change
in the law, I feel we do have
/e to
collect,”
H m
1 for
ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
ITY ^
J —
said
axes
He says he will seek full taxes
IS w
wns
THIS
a s ac house tra ile r just a few mlnuti
from m em bers who come from
THI P IL E OF DEBRIS
erhouse iand F ord pickup truck, Phillip S
taken. D river of tha trallerhouse
___ taken
“ °™™"
h is wife
w
his
w ere on the firstt day of a five-week vacation when (heli
jury
C ?
•Iven by Leo C harles Blackwell, 38, Trej
'■
re a r by a diesel truck driven
iderJ
nine. Tills picture was taken
bv Mr:
>n by
M rs.,E v erett Savage, Tlme.s-News c
was
nlles
ea
st
of
Twin
Falls-on
Interstate
?W
u,..
wKo
cam
e
by
the
site
14
miles
easi
NEW YORK (A Pj - Burwh® <
onday night.
to
cleared from the highway M
Monday
ton Silverm an Is en route to
reMoscow w ith hopes of re­
The D avidson C ounty G rand ''■oh
newing acquaintances with
Ju ry declined to indict W are, 27,
a field w orker for th e Student
his old Brooklyn Heights V V i
N onviolent C oordinating ComfS > y > y i
n
neighbor, E m il Goldfus.
O
il ac- .
m lttee.
Goldfus Is b etter known -w-|
to (fie w orld a s CoJ. Rudolf
He w as jailed Aug, 22 on a
Abel, the Soviet m aster spy
w a rra n t sworn by tw o N ashville a
Mitinj I
cj
who w as exchanged In 1962
By RODNEY PIND ER
a tto rn ey s. The w a rra n t accused
'62
By
He figures lhat, for the time Pr
. fon U2 pilot F rancis Gary
,LONDON
nw r
him of com m itting sedition by I
■Imce being,
(AP) Prim
beini such forelRn headaches "i
day
saying
that
"black
p
eo
p
le
shouU
■
I ’O "'"® M in
te
inlsister
H arold Wilson stakked
e d as FRhodesia, Aden, Hong Knnf> W(
"He w as a fascinating® his personal prestige today on
on:
achieve
power by a n y m eans ■
on and
and Vielnam can lake second ta|
1 an
0^ ,- >
man . . . even before riearn-r B rilain’s return lo economic
n cce.ssary,"
®
imic Pplace
'ao lo the economy.
cd he w as a spy,” recalled health
W are could nol be re a c h e d for A
;eup It is al.so generally believed
health with a Cabinet shakeup
Silverm an M onday. Before In which he took the reins of the that B ritain’s application lo join
as
com m ent. He has b e en free unGoldfus’ tru e IdenUty be- oDeepartm
p a rlr ent of Economic Af- the Common M arket will stand 'V'
id
dNon
e r $5,000 bond sin ce la st theh
Fricam e known the two Brook- fa||.s
mill
l
e
day,
fairs.
!
muc
much m ore chance of success
lyn neighbors becam e fast
unwithout
the
handicap
of
havinR
'hi
irA
m
em
b
er
of
the
g
ra
n
d
jury
Wilson’s goals are a cut In un- with
to si
support a sickly pound stern ,.. war
told, a new sm an a “preponder- _
ploym ent, a slrong pound,'^■an
an tp
em ployi
os
a n ce " of the 13 m e m b e rs was
ling.
....... ...................................m. n end to wage restraints andil a Ung.
the
/ /
t / l
him
a g ain st indicting W are.
pprosperous
ro sp e r
Britain ham m ering
ring If Wilson .succeed.s, he will
non;
I I
/
\
lean prob
probably insure another Labor ^ / i
a t the door of the European
U nder Tennessee law , sedi­
I—
ach
lion, vlclc
victory at the polls a n d . will
r
Common M arket for admission,
tion is advocating tlie violent
ncci
overthrow of the s ta le o r federal
Wilson also is acutely con- earn a place in the history C p
Wiisoi
povennm
W
ent, nr belonging to any
sclous of the disillusionmentt of books
book as the man who cured
/ A ,—
sing B
ritain's perennial .financialew'illminutes
BC before this piclure w 1as
— con
organizaiion a d v o ca tin g suchADS
ac- .
I f f voters weighed down by rising
Brit:
n
In
health.
grou
D^ prices
p r ic e s V
Phillip Smith, M urray, Utah, anodb der
lion.
while wages are frozen
heall
an attem pt to curb dom estit de- If there is no marked vhen
Im- Iheir outfit was struck In thbes dayW are cam e lo N ashville lasti
a n ^ and bring the country’s
. j l l m and
, 38, I'"'”'
Treynor, Iow a, Monday m orA to teach a l llie Liberation,
ry’s prov
provem ent
In employment,
u r w eek
,. _ tra d e Into balance.
prod
productivity and trade figures,
School for young N egroes. This
!.s-News correspondent at H e y b u arny , told
NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) - ‘ ’’“'Jf.
Wilson m ust bear the forcerstale
of $0 N, before the debris w as
e d anc
cam e shortly a fte r h e and for­
L a„ Although the m easures ar's Wllsi
A federal judge has scheduled
m er SNCC C hairm an Stokely
rtilth the ireaction.
aga
showing signs of success, wllh
pretrial conference Sept. 4 on a. s™"'inE
j
\
\
last -In the main CaWnel phange.s, ----------------------------------Th
e r C arm
the
trade
deficit
halved
U ichael re tu rn e d frornidl,an I
request by tw o television newsI
\
nail Pete
P ete r Shore, 4.1, replaced Mice
unauthorized visit to C uba, kli,
y e a r and prospect of a small
lion
m en lhat D ist. Atty. Jim Gar- 1'^“'’,
ruI
\
ows chae
chael Stew art as head of Ihe
•s,
As a re.sult of th a t visit, in.the
' . .rison be enjoined from harass- surplus this year, Wilson knows
I
\
gconom ic Affairs Department
crit- th
th aa tt ne
he m ust soon offer the vgt.
vat^ .E<^pr
^e- Slate D cparlm enl revoked Ihelr
' ing them b ecause of their crit___
the
under
Wilson's
.siipprvislnn;
e£s_som
eJight_at_the.cnttoLthe.i!lia£
------------------------- ---------------------LOS ANGELES ( A P la) -t pa.ssports.
org
----- ioism—of—G arriso n V -K en n ed y e “ _som
Crosland, the former education
' tunnel , or face trouble in the Cros
I
All lhat stood between jo b lionStale Rep, Charles Gaibreath
assassination probe.
m inister, replaced Jay a t the . seekers and 25,000 jobs
8
andw attorney Jack Kershaw
U.S. Dist. Judge Alvin Rubin general
g®!’,®'?' eleclion that m usl be mini
Board of Trade; Thomson time
re- (ori
Boai
prom
ised during a 19-hour swore
wee the w arrant against Ware.
ruled M onday that the glle.
alle- held by
“V the spring of 1971.
placed
H
erbert
Bowden
as
hold
an Em
phasizing his Common P“ '
Gaibreath
is a d ire cto r of the
ches "job-a-thon” telecasl today
Sch
gatlons by W alter Sheridan,, nn
Emph
^ C o u n t
onin Penney's to g et the kids
5531 com monwealth secretary, and meet
American
Civil Liberties Union;
(nnfi alwere
long lines and red
cnn
investigative rep o rter for the M arket drive was the dism issal
or gym clossi
tl,g Reginald Prentice, 44, replaced
tl
su ited for
cloi W e've a com Douglas Jay, president of the
Kershaw
is
a
form
er
m
em
ber
of
National B roadcasting Co., and of Doug
tape.
iiiei
A rthur Bottomley as m inistercond
of will
care selection of re g u latio
lationn stylos for all Iheir g y m
tC gis j
p le
Ilete
te easy
^ cc
Ihe
White Citizens Council. ' i
R ichard Tow nley of NBC’s New Board of
( Trade and a staunch
Tho
problem
aro.se
a
fte
r
Car
ope, overseas development.
C Em ployment Scrvice
pu lar school
eeds
P enny-right prices. P opular
schoo colors. Come In
•TV, opponer
opponent of a Britain in Europe.
'
n ee
d s ot.
ot, Pei
O rleans affiliate, WDSU-TV,
jv p j forslate
una
inet
lege TRY
starts.
w ere sufficient to requiree a Wilson brought Inlo the Cabinet
jol„ offices, especially In W alls,
a T 1ME.S-NEWS W ANT ADS
/„ — .
n ow . G et th
the kids se t b e fo re school start
lony
_
_
_
ions
FOR
FA
ST
SELLIN
G
RESULTS
hearing.
G eorge Thomson and Anthony
land
jam m ed by prospec- sial
ime, Croslani
Crosland, both ardent EuroThe judge, a t the same time,
ai'O'
b
MMI
cess <l''e w orkers Monday th a t
pas:
decided th a t Sheridan does not peans.
ving the Interview ers couldn't
,500
have to a p p e ar before the Or- With iunemployment at 550,500
ster-B Bl<e‘=P P»ca.
■
and
I
Gym Shorti — 100%
^29
Oym ShortiI —
— Boyi’ IOO
100% coUon yym O Q ®
BW
leans P arish grand jury, which
hich in Aug
August—the' highest In 17
• 4t t**•»•»»••
t , »*»»•• L
Shorti. 0 laiH
/—'26
I 1
Cotton. Biu« ond Rtd. • >
iticewali
walit—
26 to 3(f, whIlt,. 7 0
is helpifig G arnjson investigate
rs—I
gate y e a rs—there
has been growing
I’Ing
|
H
|
will _
Gall **THE M O S T "
w hat he claim s was a plot concern in the Labor party, the
on guns, golf clubi, diamondi,
I
'^Blouiai
—
hatched in New Orleans to kill traditlor
traditional protector of the man^ ............ 1
Rad and ...........................
.......................................
radios, wotchii, fypawrllori, ikli,
j
100 .% cotton. ...........................
P resident Jo h n F , Kennedy,
woi
edy, ual worker.
Wilson hopes that
toddles, toolt', TV, mujlcol InilruT'ShIrt — Flnait
FInait quality
0
039
who w as slain Nov. 22, 1963i3 in under Ihis direction this figure
I
Full
ona.piaca
gym
lult
wllh
__ I manU, chain lowi, camarai, bin*
Bctc, long wiai
w ia H n g .to v for ^ '
fto o
non-lag. neck,
Dallas, Tex.
will be slashed by a concerted
I
m
ap
front
aiaiMc
lag.
___
'bcuion,
tope
recofdart,
ofchary
;
^
rm
BOISE (A P ) - Boise College TR'i
70c
He said if Sheridan was re- governm
governn ent iJrlve to increase
Tnd any olhar Ifem orvolu*. I 1 ~ Copen and amaroid. ......................
groups are making preparations FOF
pportara. ...........
i •
Alhlatic Supportara.
••• • .
quired to a p p e ar before the productivity.
product!
Investment and
imfor
the
Sept.
8 appearance of
grand ju ry he would be forced
reed moderni
modernization.
lent
lornicr
Arizona
Sen,
Barry
Ooldto m atch legal wits with G a r - --------------------------------------------ircs’ water, w hose talk is to bo sponney.'
rison w ithout an attorney.B of sored by th e college Young R e­
'" T H E M O S T "
Rubin, how ever, denied a rere­
SENTENCED
publicans Club,
MAIN AND SHOSHONE STREET
quest by Sheridan and Townley SAN DIEGO, Calif. (A P) ige,^
The
form
er
presidential
candi(NEXT TO YELLOW CAB)
j
th a t G arrison be enjoined from
- . - u Jo B llyeau-forracr man- .
"II? pSBonnie
IVii! date will m ake his first appearprosecuting them-on^publlc-brlbaging' ;editor of San Diego Stale
Ihe ance In Boi.se since ho ran for
e ry charges.
Collene’ newspaper—was sennent pre.sldent in 1904.
'
__ . mij
The two new sm en were ac- College’s
," ‘
nine
;inn*
‘6ei
cused by G arrison of attem pting
,^0 six years In federal
illM
R’E H E S R S n rS E T
robe
mai-ijuato get his assassination probe
‘
the SHOSHONE—Junior high chior
w itnesses to change their tes•
. re- (or ihe local Baptist Church will
rged
.f
timony. Tow nley Is also charged
a.s hold a prelim inary rehearsal
w ith Intim idation of a stale wit- U SE Til
TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS
^
anil meeting after-scliooHThOTKtlav
ness.
FOR FA
FAST SELLING RESULTS J i
iced al the church.'M rs. Jame.s Holt
ir of will he chojr dire 5 lor this y e a r
for Churcfr choirs.
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PENNEY'
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c c o rd in g to “ City,” p D b lish ed by
nnon-pn
o n -p ro fit U rb a n A m erica, In c ., the
cconfer£
o n fe re e s a g r e e d that s p a c e a n d
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eapons p r o g r a m s , co m p lex a s th e y
weapor
are,
are, hhia v e th e a d v an tag e o f c le a r ly
defined
defined e n d s . B u t there is n o s im ila r
aagreeir
g re e m e n t a b o u t the e n d s of u r b a n
rrehabil
e h a b ilita tio n .'
SaidD r . R o n a ld F . H o rn ig , s c ie n c e
Said
adviser
ad
v ise r t o th e P resid e n t, " T h e suburban c<o m m u te r , the sm all d o w n to w n
urban
bbusines
u s in e s s m a n , th e low -incom e re s ident,
ien
t, tth e r e a l e s ta te d e v e lo p e r, a ll
have qqu i t e d iffe re n t g o als.’’
save
T h o u g h d iffe re n t, those g o a ls a ll
:om e u^n d e r th e heading o f “ th e good
jjfg .■
ife.”
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But, s a i d s c ie n tis t W a lte r R o se n jlilh o f M IT , “ W e cannot d e fin e 'th e
>ood li f e ’ in m e a su ra b le a n d o p e ra 1
■ional t e r m s ; w e cannot f o r e s e e how
j
his d e fin itio n m ig h t c h a n g e i n tha
, j®
utu re, a n d w e cannot ju d g e ade‘“‘i'’''''
]u ately a l l th e effects of m e a n s w h ic h
«
”n ”ig8h'"t b‘e u s e d to achieve i t . ”
TThus
h u s A m e ric a n s re m a in , in gen!ral, in
eral,
in f a v o r of la rg e -sca le s p e n d in g
ir o g r a m s o n d o m estic p ro b le m s .
prograi
BBut
ut Ci o n g re s s sees the m o o n an d
■he RRus
u s s ia n s , s e e s the e n e m y in V ietthe
lam , s£e e s th e shape of th e s u p e rnam,
!onic
sonic aai r l i n e r . I t does n o t, a n d can lot,
e e th e s h a p e of A m e ric a a s it
not, sse^
;ould
could bbe o r sh o u ld be 10 y e a r s o r 50
^ears
years ffr o m now .
No
No bbllu e p r in t of th a t A m e ric a e x is ts ,
and
h e r e is no one a ro u n d w ith the
and tth(
Aiisdom
wisdotr o r om niscience t o b e a b le
;o
ra w u p su ch a b lu ep rin t.
to ddrav
This
Thisis bow it is in the v e r y n a tu r e
rf
in g s . T h is is why th e r e w ill alof th
thin]
-vays bbe b illio n s for d e fe n se , a n d all
ways
he nnati
a tio n a l en d eav o rs th a t fa ll u n d e r
the
1 b ro a d e n e d definition of d e f e n s e , and
ab
inly ccc
o m p a r a tiv e pennies fo r “ the
only
;ood llil
i f e . ’’
good
ight most-c
most-of the k e y i ^ r a t o n In the
and- thethi conseh'atlves m ight
Romney drive. T h e possibility
wince a t the Rockefeller namme.
e. Romm
lau■
of aa ddeal Is in h e ren t la th e setand the liberals, might be n au- ■ of
sealed b y tHe K eagan c a n a iaisccyy rpnmi p r ^^ a t - i s ' to s a y H t-ls-q u ita ----llkeiy that .R ockefeller has an
w inning is th e aim . of th e llkeiy
but win
understanding w ith Romney that
game, a n d K ennedy proved thh a t unders
the Intler’s cam paign fizzles
an outrageous
duln
balancing of the 1111the
Romney will throw his sU’cngth
ticket g e ts the jo b done.
Romne
,riito
Rockefeller. T he Rock then
What is am azing—and perilju j (g
ous
to (G O P m oderates and ilb
lib-. would m erely m o v e in on his
esg own
erals—is R eagan’, s slrenglh, less
erals—Is
° organization,
ted
But
than a y e a r a fte r he was elected
, Reagan w ill st,iil have the
a
s
t
advantage.
B esides adding to his
to his'
his fflir s t political office. L a st odvant
3
9
own
Novemb
N
ovem ber, R eagan got only 39
=* strength, he w ill be free of
per cent in a H a rris trial h ee aa tt commitments to an y other candldate. He is playing ,a certain
0
with Johnson: today, he gets 4455 “idate.
n 's amcjjn
amount of footsie w ith Dick Nbtper cent
cent. Indeed, it Is R eagan’s
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a
on,
but he h a s m ade no binding
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early stre
s n g th th a t perils a
lise prpmis
promises there excep t that he
Eockefeller-R
eagan com promise
Kockefel
will wwait to see w h at develops.
ticket.
will
,
Wilh
and Nixon playing
As a n e w m a n who will beS Reagan
lillle
gentlemen, th e re Is as yet
come b e tte r know n, as the m a-' :no schism
?
within
the soaservaneuverin
neuverlng progresses, Reagan Is
™
jpn
w hereas the moderalmost ce rta in to .gain even
,
ates are split on the Romney
more ground during the n ex
™ t candidacy, w ith one branch supseveral ■m o n th s . With this new
porting Rockefeller and another
strength, the tem ptation w ill , be
strength,
' f talking wistfully of Sen. Chuck '
strong am o n g R eagan support"■ pPerc7® of Illinois.
" .. er^• to rre je iit a n y alliance w ith
™
Unless he falls flat on his face
any othe
o th e r candidate designed to ,
' '
— si™
give R eagan second place on th e „In the
} , m eantim e, R eagan can ex­
----on
summer’s
ticket
a
n
d
go-all-out
for
the
top
r
P convention w ith virtually no ma­
jor en
enemies w ithin the parly,
,
Jor
Mbreo'
M oreover, R eagan s opportut" ' xije
The cconservative alternative,
IP C y
nity Is eenhanced by the circum
m - Nixon
Nixon, can h ard ly m ake siich a
■ stance tlt h a t Rockefeller is not^ a claim,’
claim, and this 'm ay prove decandidate
. S M ’M ndldat for th e Presidency— cisive’
cisive in a y e a r in which the
gGOP
q P vwill be seeking a winner.
-iw K
cor,, at le
1 a st, m u st pretend he
isn’t for sev eral months. Rocke- and
and Ihi
the devil ta k e his political
feller is co m m itted to M ichigan’s
n s philoso
philosophy.
Geeorge Romney, and h as
Gov. G
i„In(j,Ihe end, Nixoh may turn
rebuffed a ll attem pts by his sup'P" out
out lolo be the king-maker. As
porters to force him into the
;he Barry
Barry 1G oidwater did in 1S63-64,
race.
Nixon has built up a big lead
Natura
N
aturally, th is could change,
among
5e.
among GOP professionals and
The Ron
potential convention candidates,
’Ihe
R om ney organization, in ef- polentii
Is th e Rockefeller organm- IfIf Reaf
Reagan decides tiTgo for Ihe
feet, is
izatlon. R
mI
uatJon.
} o ck efeller has provided
ed White
White 1Hoiise, he’U need Mixon’s
all the im p o rtan t money anndd nod
nod atat 1convention tim e.
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For The Grood
o* L ife
A survey b y opinion-sam pler Louis
H a rris finds th at A m ericans, by a
slim 45 p e r cen t to 43 p er c e n t m a rg in , are now opposed to the p ro g ram
to land a m an on the m oon. M ore
th a n GO p er cen t said they would opp o se it if th e Russians w e re not; in
com petition w ith us.
N ot surprisingly, low-income people
a n d those o v er 50 were h eav ily repr e se n te d in th e opposition.
Though th e question w as n o t asked,
i t ’.'is a safe assumption th a t a m ajo rity of A m ericans, in th is poll or
. -a n y other, would like to ^se e som e
s p a c e or o th er funds d iv erted to
p ro je c ts or defense closer to hom e,
T his sentim ent seem ingly h a s few
echo es in Congress. V iew ing the
w reck ag e a f te r the House vigorously
w ielded an ax e against an a p p ro p ria tio n s req u est by the D ep artm en t ot
H ousing an d Urban D evelopm ent,
R e p . Louis W ym an, R-N.H., rem ind' e d his colleagues.
“ T here is ju st about enough in the
p re s e n t appropriation for th is m odel
c itie s p ro g ram to fuel a n d fire one
la r g e Saturn ro ck et.”
N ev erth eless, th e House w e n t on to
ch o p ^425 m illion from th e $662 m j ^
lio n req u est. Meanwhile, a HouseS e n ate conference com m ittee w a s
o n ly able to weed out a m e re $234
m illio n for th e space ag en cy ’s $5 billio n budget fo r 1868.
A m erica, sa y s P resident Johnson.
c a n afford b oth the Vietnam w a r and
t h e poverty w ar. It can a lso p ro bably
a ffo rd the m oon race and ev ery th in g
e ls e it feels it m ust do.
‘The conflict, however, is not over
■ m e a n s but ends. ,
Sociologists, philosophers, engin e e rs , arch itects and city p lan n ers
m e t in W ashington recen tly to talk
a b o u t ends.
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WASHINGTON
(NEA) - In ofof advii
advice heard in Lansing:
less lh a n a m onth. Republican
an I^Rom
I^Romney needs Cliff White,"
candidates for th e patty’s 1968
e c allusion, of course, is to
168 fhThe
president
presidential nomlifation w i l11l FF.. Clift
Clifton W hite of New York,
Inlto the h a rd business of - Ihe now
move In
now-fabled organizer ol delerustling Id eleg ate s for Ihelr Aug.
ig. gates
gates lrin B arry Goldwater's 1964
conver
5 convention.
T h e big question
sweep
on sweep to the nomination. By
is who w ill do th e rustling,
broad'
i
broad 'Estim
ate, W hite is seen
;al today
today aas Ihe p a rty 's most skillRight now, th e chief political
m-- f^l
fill oek
delegate rustler. He has a
organize! for G ov. George Rom
organizer
(V. considei
considerable following of polenN ichigan is Leonard W.
• ney of M
nd tial
tial hel|
helpers in m any stales,
Hee is w idely known and
think we
we made a m istak e and who
think
who had
hai just relumed from a1 Hall. H
Thea assum ption of many pollvisit
well-rega
ell-regarded in tiie parly. Blut
ut The
ad it It,"
should adm
visit toto th e Edsel faclory, wasi w
le- llcians has been that While
he has n e v e r h ad to corral dele"Balder
"Balderdash.
The solution Is opilmlslfc.
opilmlsl
;it- "could do it for anybody," con­
"It
to pour in
"11 m
ma y take more tim e than1 gales In a truly competitive sitli more men a n d monservative, m o d e rate or whatsorvallv
he said, "b u t prog-- uallon.
Surelj with all our resources we
ey. Surely
we thought,"
thou,
we can m
ress isis being made. We have!
He pplayed
la
i ake the E dsel a big ress
9 -ro le In the nominlRecently, how ever, one parly
i
success, and
we will show gen- ■ lo conci
concentrate harder on the■ nations 0o f D wight Elsenhower in
50
figure
eral Motbrs
once and fo r all custom
customeers to win Ihem over be-- 1956
Mot'
1956 and R ichard Nixon In 1960,
''5
“''“ Jrudely c a st doubt on this
’
estimate,
suggesting that White
that If F ord niakes a com m it- fore
fore wwee'll see any results on1 but th
thes*
ese w ere not contested.
„
might be able to enlist his largement lo ai car ll will k ee p It.'’ tho
tho sales
sale charts. Our Industrial!
As j(,j.
for Nixon, the 1968 conten- ly conservative followers for
fnlelligence
division says lhat■ (jj,.
"What's your plan, s ir ? "
fntelligei
der, he and his longtime aides Reagan or Nixon b ut could not
"I.ci's J,sc'nd In our top engl- General
General Motors is hurling badly „are 'in
In rh
th e sam e fix. They have
lo R om ney and perneers and
develop
the
b
e
s
t
ca
r
and
tha
and
lhat
wllh
each
new
Edsel
nnd
' not been bloodied in a real dele- take
i,._ .them
haps
even to Sen. Charles
coming
njoney can buy,"
comingoff Ihe production line: «nte w a r.
" not
Percy
of
Illinois,
who gained
pi-jg Nixon Is nevertheless , ^
" A year' ' later the high - level their
their mmoorale is sinking to a new
Since
group stared
glumly a t th e sales low.
low. This
Thi is no lime to lot up.; presum ed to have thorough some conservative credentials
“1
as a 1964 G oidw ater supporter.
figures.
figures. *"S ir, as you c a n see, 1I propose
propo: we pour In another knowledge of th e national politit Ho u c
;
Though once rum ored to have
we only sold
43 cars th is year, 125,000
125,000 w\ orkers and $50'millionI cal
scene, and-strong links w ilh
se.H
ed,on R eagan. White seems
tiii
;
peon
,
"
settled
The people just^ won’t b uy the additional
additloni funds. GM m ust b e many
„ „ „ „ „p a rty le ad ers in every reIt’: not their kind of car. made
^
still, to be hanging back, trying
Edsel. It's
made lolo realize thal their hard- glon,
„ion no
no
one
evidently
is
telling
,
j
, ine w hen and where
L d ’s ' get
get out before it 's too sell
Jp lo determ
Let’s
sell tactics
tact
won’t pay off."
him ’he
1
, him
he needs
th e help of addi- L"
“ best c a st his weight for
he®“f
can
Three
™ to ‘p organizers.
lale."
Threey ea rs later, with 550,000I tional
,
" ^ e ccai
perso n al and party
"We
a n 't just get ou t. W e’ve workers
workers on Ihe productiln line:
R eports p ersist ol poor effort. maximum
got 50,000
50 000 workers com m itted to
andanda abillion dollars invested uby the N
j; ixon forces in a num - benefit.
gol
n„|,|n'[; ; .succe,5SfHl _ ca r. apd^ Jn
ln JJhhej:ar,_
maklng__a.
e j o n !y one Edsel w as b er-o £ -k,, ey -,sta t£ s. .Ih o u g h _ asr__
IS.
White likes a challenge and
we'dbebeIhe laughing sto ck of sold
we'd
sold——to the Sinlthsohiaii Th-L - cribed
n. “B“ Pplainly
to his w ife's serious ill® " e a g e r to-prove th a t
the world if we quit now . The stitution,
y . his skills a re real, that he d id “
ness
ness, th e resignation of Dr. Gay1
problem seem
s to be w ith the
"What
"W
hat do wo do now?” some- ilord
n .j ' Pp arkinson
„,
Q
3
more
In 1964 than simply direct
of Californls ns
mi
Edsel managem
ent te a . Let's one
one asked.
aski
le- ?a G°'d'
Goidwater tide ' that would
Nixon's national chairman is be"I"I think
, , . j tf o. reflect important, in- nave
change the
Ihi/ we should slop mak-’ lelved
tl m anagem ent, send
havo sh
swept him to the nominaords, Mercurys, Thunder- ternal conflict w ithin the N ixon
in another
anothe 75,000 w orkers, add ing
in
ing FFon
3n
tion
in in1 any event.
an
addltii
nn additional
$30 m illion, and birds
birds and
an Continentals and put cam„p.'ItItIsisa a good b u t not absolutely
we're bound
bou
to have a w inner all
all our
our resources
r
Into the Edsel.
Nevert!
lg sure
sure bei
bet that W hite will not go
N
evertheless, a strong feeling
Our
say that all they exists
, , In
. party circles lhat "old
on our
our hands."
ha
on
Our engineers
engi
id lo Rom:
Romney. B ut he just might
year later the sam e group need
AAyear
need isis 250,000 more w orkers pro" N ixon wdl have an e x p e rt's
,’s try
try the
the P ercy thing. If tho senabillion dollars, and grip
J , on things
,
met to hhee a r the news th a t only and
nnd another
anol
comes to ce n ter stage at a
when he m ak es lor com
„
23 Edsels had been sold. But they’ll
they'll hhave General M otors on his m™ove.
key poll
point In the campaign. By
one of th
thee top-flight executives, tbelr
their knees."
kni
:y "doing iit" fo r P e rc y , the modThe sto ry in the R om ney
ly erale, t:then W hite could attain
Is quite
different. The d ay
camp is
<
0unquestioned ran k w ith tho ra re
unquesti
hardly g ot es by when some pro10
ones In
fessed p rofessional,
r
or som eone
in history, the I960 John
ot F. Keni
Kennedy te a m and lawyer
th e cam p Itself, does not
within thi
Is Herbert Brow nell, architect of
declare tlth a t th e governor needs
Dewey-Elsenhow er victories
more a n d b e lte r organizers. IItt the Dew
three s tra ig h t campaigns
can all be sum m ed up in thlee In thre
:e from 19'
1944 through 1952.
most o fte n repeated single piece
Edsels
The War
ar Of The Ed
WASHINGTON-We w ere sitWASHINC
lg around discussing the w ar
Vietnam the o th e r night when
s omebody
S d y rem
r em bered that Secretary
lary of D
Defense R obert McNam ara used to work for the Ford
impany.
Company.
rhon “somebody
else said, " I
’^1’™
r*
inder whnt would havo hapned if Ford continued making
(|,c: Ed.sel „motor c a r ? "
rhis is what we decided could
have
happc
ve happened,
xhe
rhe yyear
ea r the E d sel cam e out
a high
ligh level conference w as call-
cd.
The
rh e vice president In charge
of sales mi
m ade his report. "Sir,
_
I might ias well face it. The
Isel is a bomb. We can’t sell
ough of them to pay for one
vertlslng spot on the Ed Sullivann show. I think we ought to
----------------------------------------- . -Jake.JlULlQ ifi.JlULlQSSeA.and_get out."
nnce
w o n recognition. I ts r ig h t s , un"w
ait aa m inute," a b o a r d
since
‘Walt
le rw rit
ritte n b y a m ass of le g is la tio n
member
• derw
im ber si
said. " I f the Edsel
Is, the Ford
m ig h t fall, then
m m atc
a tc h e d in th e world, a r e now
falls,
F
unm
M ercury and then finally
n te g ra l to th e stru c tu re o f o u r so- ‘!’<!! Mercui
Integra!
,jg(y
the! Contme
Continental. Psychologically
ciety.
s would be the greatest vieWe
We sst i l l h a v e our c la s h e s o f eco■y cTtler.
General M otors could poslomic
achiei and our prestige
nomic in te r e s t, b a rg a in in g b re a k - sibly
ily achieve
m otor Industry would be
downs
towns ai n d s trik e s . But th e d ia lo g u e ,
in the mote
paired
W e've got too
h a rp th
fo
sharp
t o u g h it m ay be a t tim e s , in impaired forever.
ich
at
stake fo r us to stop
he ccon
o n te x t of th e A m e ric a n e x p e rithe
! Edsel‘ now.l’
nce hh aa s ta k e n on a p e c u lia rly A m e rience
T disagree w ith you, sir. I
)t Class
M a s s , N ot
In se v era l respects, th e U nited
S ta te s is international odd m an out
w ith its sa lu te to the w orking m an.
We have chosen S eptem ber for this
faim iliar fix tu re on the n a tio n a l calend ar.
E lsew here, n t least in those soc ie tie s perm ittin g such d em o n strations, the p refe rred date is M ay 1 an d
th e accent, if not always strid e n tly
■M a rx ist, is definitely on c la s s. M ay
an cche
h a ra c te r, j
D a y is the pro letariat's r e d - lett&r
can
As
d a y , a tim e for toiling m a s s e s to
As dd(e m o c r a tic c a p ita lism h a s deeloped in th is country, t h e s e n s e of
d em o n strate solidarity a g a in s t, often
veioped
hostility to, econom ically favored class’,
lass’, nn e v e r so strong h e r e a s in the
a rio u s o ld c o u n trie s fro m w h ic h we
c lasses.
various
p ra n g , h a s dim inished. L a b o rin g
H ere, the em plasis Is a lso on m ass, ; sprang,
o m m o n e rs c a n an d do' s p e a k to ecob u t of a p ecu liarly A m erican defini- - commoi
om ic kI in g s , a n d in te r m s of liv in g
tio n . This is a day for th e natio n en
nomic
ta n d a r d s it is not a lw a y s e a s y to
m a s s e —assem b ly line "worker, m anstandar
•ag er, tliose in the professions. The
teli
the:
3li th
e m a p a r t.
w orking m a n , in the UnlTed States 'is
Thhere
T
e re h a s b e e n a p a ra lle l d e v e lo p len t in
v irtu a l y e v e ry m an, the e n tire a d u lt
ment
ii th e sig n ifican ce o f L a b o r
>ay. N
population ,conceived as lab o rin g to- Day.
Nco t c la s s b u t m ass s o lid a r ity is
le m
g e th e r to pro d u ce and sh a rin g in the .the
meess s a g e now . I t is an o c c a s io n n o t
benefits of th e nationnl p len ty .
for
ir ddem
e m o n s tr a tio n s and m i l i t a n t o ra I t w as n o t alw ays thus. T he firs t
tory,
iry, bbu
u t a d a y fo r each A m e r ic a n —
lue ccol
o l l a r a n d white c o lla r — to obL a b o r Day, in New Y ork o n -S e p t.
blue
:rve aarn d e n jo y in his o w n w a y , a n d
5, 1882, was a m ilitant d em o n stration,
serve
a dem and fo r rights nnd recognition,
through
irough p r iv a te o b serv an ce’ to jo in in
The battle w as prolonged an d often
a ppublic
u b lic a ffir m a tio n of th e A m e ric a n
b itte r, but A m erican lab o r h as long
achievei
:h ie v e m e n t.
JAMES
\m s
M ARLOW
• p
j\ tJ L IlJ .
" i”
A fter The W
W;ar:^utlool!
ook Grim ~
WASHING
/ASHINGTON (A P ) , - Nobody
ly says much ' aboiit w hat
nes after
a fte r the w a r In Vietnam,
comes
[ ^it looks grim .
'here's® {no
need for guessing
{j
one point;
T he Comm unists
^ould
take over instantly if the
uld lake
United
Stati pu lled out now.
iled States
Assumeiit
\
lum eiit won't.
T he following
what
th e . picture m ay look
j® what the
slowed
itowed aw ay, could s ta y in the hie
ble of hitting
hit
all Asia, the Soviet
South
jouth as ]p art of the population Union, Europe
I
and the United i h a u
and
md be in a prime position to States.
States,
dominate
lominate 1by persuasion a n d subWheh they
I
When
have achieved lhat
version
e
/erslon even
If they d id no strength,
strength, judging by their past
shooting,
iliootlng.
performaance, the'Red Chinese
perform
]11( (he
die V iet Cong are k e p t out will be In
1 a poslllon to try to, .
of
satellites of
)f the
Ihe gov
government, b u t through mako Communist
Ci
aI general
general amnesty a re perm it- all
oilthoir
thoir neighbors,
ted
to
ren
sitting or0 standing. Heavy lifting
;ed to rem ain part of th e popuThen,it can bo assumed, an
Then,
Q—In a re c e n t checkup thlee sitting
! if the United States stays jmion
the are still in a prim e attem
your hernia hut
show ed that I have a may
may aggravate
ag|
allon, they
attemptptdefinitely will be m ade X-ray siil a settlem ent.
posHiin
not so
so mr arkedly as It Would a
wsilion ]for subversion. ■, Tho to capture
cnptui South Vielnam. How? hiatus hhernia. What Is this?:? not
[0 one IS predicting how long
united
10
hCfnIa liin the groin. A hernia is
hCfnla
Jnited Stc
States would rea liz e all In one of
i several ways: pres- What ccaa iu ses it? What a re tho
the war
w ar will
w ill last. S ay a t the end his, this,
s- a,a rupture
sym ptom s? Is surgery advisruptur (in this case a rupture
•„
sui
sure, subversion,
a new attack symptom:
of another
yi
m other year,
o r two o r three,
Jol
the
). A rupture of
from
the
North.
able?
Wi
W
ould
lifting
lieavy
obof
the diaphragm
di
It would probably w a n t fo ff°m
the Viet Cong
Cc
a n d tho N orlh leep 7 troops
“"
hernial sac itself is m ost
jects
m
a
k
e
it
worse?
Can
i
t
'
the
hen
there fo r ' some
does
It doesn’t
seem reasonable to
"1 “
. V ietnam
tnam ese aro b a d ly beaten o r ime. There
j would
unlikely,
nnj of the small Southeast rupture?
think any
'beaten—eno
te n -e n o u g h to agree to It home. And thebeN opposition
J,
Q—I
o rth Viet- Asian
Aslan nations
na
will try to resist
AA-A-A hhiatus hernia Is a proQ—* have a h iatus hernia nnd
pence.
only bland foods. As a rehavo consistently InslsF ,,®
^ mn mu nu ni s m if by then U.S. truslon
truslon oof p art of the stom achh eatonly
he’ N
orth V ietnam ese would- laraese
The
North
d
suit
id on American w ithdraw al. ,
fp.rces have
!•
been withdrawn. ' upward
upward through a w eakened
I ‘I am troubled wllh conhavee to w ithdraw
it
behind their
1
.
stipatlon.
W hat w ould you adWould
th
e
United
States
rush
dlnphraei
diaphragm
.
It
is
often
an
un.
stipatlon
Therefore, the U nited States
frontier. T iia t’s for sure.
J
' J •
®"'n1 frontiei
,0 ■vise?
expected finding in persons w ho
vise?
Inti th? defense of South . expected
I Viet Cong a re another prob- nljht ag ree to a com prom ise: back Into
-A bland d ie t mny Include
ietnam ,-onco it was out of aare
re XX-ra
j
keep frCfops In V
Vietnam,
-rayed
fo r some other conAA -A
. Suppose It’s- the kind of 'hat It would
”
ell-cooked vegetables and
dition a nr d the possessor m nyy w
well-coc
iolth Vietnam
only a lim ited Southeast
Southeas Asia and Red China duion
ce th a t lets th e Viet Cong fO"h
Viet
peace
0
fruit.
An am ount of these foods
was
a
nuclear
power?
havo
no
Ime until tho governm ent hnd wns nu
have n o sym ptom s referable to
: part
, ,
. . ' ......... ■ . "V
take
partInInthe negotiations.
the hernl;
h ern ia. S ince ll Is estim atedd sufficient
suiflclen to ' give you a formPPerliap
erhaps not if 11 m eant nu- the
A tew days ngo Mr. Spectator pave’ his
also
don’ think m uch ol anyona w ho nlso don’t
That
hat would
wouli be a problem In It- ■ ichleved ;some stability. Even
Ihot Ihe
th e condition Is present-! inn i:d ^ stool ' w ithout . straining
hen Viet Cong
subversion could clenr
clear wwaa r wllh Red China. P er- Hint
view s on Individuals m o w ould poison iow.i
Ihdlr
iVS th
e ir dog: to damage people’s properly, self., ItI t'.s
ee
'.seems
unlikely there tlien
(
doRs. - ! ------------ ------ -------------------or~bnrk
. .................... haps tills
tills Is tho best A m erican - more th ia n 50 p er cent of, all11 should
ontlnue.............
*''2“ ' , fbo e a tM ev ery day.
-bark Inil night, or chnse ca rs, bicycles,' would
he any
a n agreem en t lottlngi=-®“!'"n
lid be
u e .Is ,, Q—1 hi\ve
a double hernlo. I t
lo d n y n Jerom e, roslilcnt hns given h er ctc,, oorr bba rk all dny. Here In J e ro m e wo
"
them
takepart in the South
But suppose
e v e r y t h i n g hope;
hojw; th
tina t when the present fa- persons vwho a r e over 65, ag e Is
n take
sup{
is
this
Does It causa
natlcnl
Peking
leadership
dies
a
cnusat:
view s cn the dog situation' nnd what sho
havo
no
^
causative factor. Another Is ‘nl’ dangerous?
dan
vo no w orthw hile protection a g a in st nny
Vietnam
ese governm ent. Thnt turned
urned oout
ut dandy: life In South
]
inam ese
gaseous
gaseous distention? Is nn opera­
__ w rlles b m . ^ o m for thought. Like M r.
of Ihese
tliese offenses.
o
obesity.
Ietnam continues
in a n orderly o r fades
'"desaw ay a more m oderate obesity.
would
he like
111 turn in g a tiger Vietnam
Id he
cc
Sfjoctnlor she, loo, docsriU~llnnkTiiu'ch~or----- "ll”
ttc
J)iinch,ntJei«ler?,jsJn„M
oscow __
I'unch n f
c:------------ - 7 ------------------ -w^nyrthere-nro-legnl-clnctlons,—
n y rth e rt
'’ll” 0ottcirb(!coiiiic.i'qulirnpparcnt-to'm
o— looiic;---------- ^ I^if_vour.
t- y o u r- h o rn la -^ ls -a s J a rK o -aJ a _ Jtion
!? ''"necessary?
';J |
d anger-w llh-sn—
anyone who would-poison u dog, but sho
that
go mnny people think a b it m ore
your ffis
at nn good
'I'liey
0 revolts.
after Slalln,
Stai will emerge.
hey arc
a re o rg an lied , disci- no
revolts, And supi»so- th e n tho nfler
your
is tt it m a y bo associated“ Ingiiliml
i „A" ^T
r ,‘ho'chtof
, or groin
hernia Is
a lso doesn’t think much ot som e dog own- o( their
tliclr dogs
d
than they do th e ir fellow hu- pHncd
hilled Slates
eventually withWith them
tl
ed nnd <dedicated to tnking United
SU
Wllh
It might be easier , with h ceaa rtb
i u rn , belching o r free rs .
inniis,
Wlhnt has liappcnHl to God’-i plea overr the igovernm ent, They draws.
ins. W
raws. Docs
1
Do that m e an South lo talk reasonable
settlem ents.' qucnt hli
hiccups. Aluminum hy- sirangulatlon—a pinching off o f
Frankly, wo can sco licr point. In Twin
for
: usua toto lovo ono nnotlicr? D oes allow ing would
'Ietnam Isis safe?,
hop Is perhaps the best droxlde «nnd o th e r antacid pre- the 'iblood supply of tho loop o t
Id ho det
dealliiE w ith tho South Vietnam
This hope
F a lls there Is n dog-lcnuh Inw which Is
dogsto foinflict mental and physical dls- Vletiinniesc
Hardly,
fi r tho present 'Am eri- parallons m ny help to relievo Intestine
gs
nnniesc wlio, even' though
Hardly,unless tho V iet Cong excuse fo
„ „ 'J?° contnlned In llio liorBomewhnt effective In controlling people coinfort
o
)so their
Invol
mfort on' other show' lovo tow ard others? they' have hn
If this sounds theso
j y i sy m p to m s but they willII nln. Your h ern ias nro iiot tho
hnd a governm ent of lose
their dedication a n d Ihc can Involvement,
cnuse fit gas In tho Intestines.
w ho Insist on letting tliclr dogs run wild. .
"I
Ihmk the punishment you suggest fur io n ss,, nre
lorlli VIotnaineso
th e ir deter- like n gloomy
glc
'I think
nro spl
split Into factions.
Norlh
Viol
view, at least It’s „not
qi rcm
o'
rem
A surgical
s iirS
In Jetonve, iipparciilly, tho control Inw
dog
iwiso
A
re p a ir Is tlio only
ilnatlon. Tho
d eparture of tlio ' nn nltem
nltem;pt to bo realistic.
, ovo the couso,
g iHiisoncra
Is Just as apiillcnblo to nnyTho10 splits
splits would mnko it ens- inlnatlon.
'
An , opcrnllon Is tlio only euro® cure
cure und
iini Is lidvlsnblo la prod oesn’t am ount to much. At le a s t that Is ono0 guilty
gulltj of tho named offenses.
■mcrlcnns Would ho a n open
Do
Do you
you think tlio United Slates
' Icr for tho organized
o
Viet Cong Americans
hut
th
is
is
n
ot
advised
unless
,vont
con
w lint wo g ath er nflor renillng Uie Icltor ro"And
di
oor lo a now
lett Red China movo pliys,,
.vent com plications.
'And d o n ’t tell ino tlmt to lovo ono nnto assert
assert llicm selves. This door
r try nt a takeover, would le
cclvcd from tho Jero m o resid en t.’
■ other
ven though
slowly a t first, Ically
IcnIly Into
Inl the Western llcm l- Iho condlllon Is causing m ore®
icr mmeena n s lo lovo ono nnOthor’s dogs, too. m ight
ht tnko
take Ilme. Tliey liiivo even
thou
QA -_Ii am tnking Avonlyl. W hnt
y o u want to go ou“ Is
|j this
(iii, drug
j
Why not shark this Jeromo, w oman’s
I am
am nnol
“ Hircss thnn
t
Illll
sphere? You had the nnswcr distress
o t ndvocatlng criiclty to dum b ani- timo.). And th
tho V iot Cong In tho
Ilut by
by thnt
tl time, sny 10 years sphere?
given for?
jlvliig
w
ith,
'
vlowpohit with us? Wc will let you look n t
nials,
lls, bbuutt I nm pleadlnij lor coiislderntlon governm
ent would havo plenty
OIll now,
I’rc
Jolin h'. KciincP '''!!
’rnnioiit
from
now, there will bo a new when President
A—It' Is a trnnuulllior. I t
Iho Ictler received — nnd hero It Is In full;
for■others
olhers who m ny not Iio ns /ond ot dogs
roWciii.
Red
Chinn
by
then
will
(ly
dy
wns
ready
i
lo
risk
w
nr
with
'I'ho
'Tho
sy
syiiiptoiils
i
nro
npt
to
ho
iiluiuld
1
oflelp.
help,
proWwii. R
0
Hluiuld ho nvoldod by persons
" I <lun't think nuicli of nnyono who would ns you
you aarc
rc.
' Tho
rest
live develo|)od
a n iiclcar nrsc- the Soviet
Sovh Union In order to ''' m
10 re
st of th e VIel Cong iinvc
devel
nloro
ore evident
cv
■when you nro0 With
wllh glaucom
gin
a o r kliliioy dl 6 wilfully poison Bomeono’j pots, cith er, but 1
''^llmnk you, A Joroinii K cador.”
nl «nd a« nilssllo
ly sto n i, capn- (orco.iti missiles
1
'Xlinnk
guorrlllni,
:rllla>, ov
ovou w itli tlioir gum nal
1
oul cf Cuba.
lying (lovyn
dovt th n n whon you nro0 enso.
lyliiii
enso.
MR. SPECTAIOR
N o D o g P ro'otection
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STADT, M .D .
WAYNE BRANDSTADT,
Hernia
H iatuss H(
^
Results
ity F air Re
Jerome
)me County
i
Aug. 29-30, 1967
"
. Twin Falls Times-Newj
i|„ FFidel Castro
istro Is
I Playing Las
Last Card
5
CHILD CARE
WOMEN’S DEPARTMENT
NT ^vhite. Best collection; Kasoia,
isota, C
Caarol Kiser, blue; Second W ard
I
.
C on- Division I: K ath y Lastt ifnd
tind
orene Re
R elief Society, "red. A pricotIt Con­
Teen-age Sewing
blue; Crestview, red; Norene
Jecond
M
arsha
H artw ell, djstrictt and i.
s e rv e s ; Crestview, blue; Second W
n d ru s,' white.
ser
Blouse; Diane Roem er, blue;
biue; A ndru
C
re
stblue',
W
iird
Relief
Society,
red;
restbl
wool;
CANDY
Wa
K aren Rehwalt, red. Coat,
s e rv e ;
HOME IM PROVEM ENT
D ivinity; Vlckl Hinton, blue; view
vie , white. Peach Conserve;
Judy Moore, blue. D ress,, col- Divi
D ivision I
uche; Ca
C arol Kjser. blue. P ear Conaso ta, red and while, Penuche;
. ton; D iane Roemer, biue; Cyn- K asoti
:nkins,
'
a
ft
I
Susan
H agier, Lois Jenkins.
etles..
s
e
rv
e
;
Crestview,
blue;
C
r
a
■ ~ ^ la :-P o o lrT e d -I> re sJr-i> e tte rr ^«stvieW
'Gtest^ r-bluei-D oraestic£ttes.. ^
By R O B E R T B E R B E L LLEZ
E Z matei
mated, has less lhan 1.000 m en .
-b lu e r —
T
o
T
P
vrckrB
rO
w
nT -diS trict-and-bluer
vhite.
k
is
e
r
,
red!
Strawberry
(J
o
n
V
D iane'Roem er, blue; Paula R e h -'re d ; FI riendly Neighbors, white. Kis
rr rt ”----- e 7 W A e A S rV e n e iu e la-(A P )-— undcLiirins
and split in to sm all
i“ dci
b lu e ; W
M ary Caldwell-, red; Cindy
Reilet serv
e a p u t brittle; 1st Ward Relief
ser e; Town and Country, blue;
w ait, red, Nighlwear; Linda P eap
a
j
"F
idel
Ca.stro
is
p
la
y
in
g
his
ils
last
groups.
“
“
W
Mills, while,
is o r Society,
red; C
Crirestview , red.
Sclierlc, blue. Play clothes
Societ; blue; Crestview, red;
I
■
I
card in a losing g a m e , but he ‘T
t movement will collap.se
"The
Division I I and III
I
blue; Viclti.
V icki- Hinton, white. W hh ii tt ee ^C herry preserves; Carolll K is- .
sportsw ear; Linda Schorl:, biue;
does
,m
do esn 't know il. He ju s t do
esn 't of ils
it own weight," _he said,
' K
doesn't
e rv e s : Shanna Schuldt, Linda Grif- I
le or fudge,; . Shirley Haslam, ■blueblue; er, red . Strawberry preserves;
K aren Rehwalt, red. Robe
— - j9H — kknov
n o w -h o w -ti-e ^-c -r-a -t-e -l'y
-b a d ““T
Thci
iandra fj
.
l-y-bad
hc reiira 'p o v e fly o f ideology
re - fith,
district a n d blue; Sandra
idrus' C
, red. Tom ato p refi
blue, C restview
, red; Norene Andrus,
V restview
'
- housecoat; Linda Scherk, blue.
restv
Jm
things a re going fo r violent
with
nt
revwilh
biller rivalries fo r .hege­
jdoj.'
s
e
r
v
e
s
:
Crestview,
red.
ToB
d.
T
oBpguslowski,
w
hite.
iia n e w hile. , Peanut 'butler fudge; ® ®
Skirt; Judy Moore, blue; I^iane
elu tio n ."
mony among various groups. ' "
Scrapbooks
, irley rh
andd
orene , Andrus, blue; Shirley
[I?'a I o preserves: TownI an
R oem er, red. Jumpers; GMracie
de N
Norem
eedem
>
Ramon
warns lo be boss and
d . • M erry M ixers, blue; Fccdem
The sp eak er w a s Ram
on Everybody
Ever)
s"
Th
iidee- C ountry, blue; Carol Kiser,r, re
red.
tram , H aslar
aslam , r'ed.’ Chocolate^'fudge;
F ansier. biue; Susan B uttram
pleton
Varj
t' ™
Any other preserves; CarolII K is- ai
and Leadem. red; Appleton
V
arges, 25, fo rm er c o m anndanle
d an le lew
f®"" y" '‘‘i t •<> ffeht- Finally, an Inrestview , blue; Shirley iHasred. Suit, 2-plece, cotton; Joan- C restv
ink—In
fanlile
Icfl
has
moved in, young
Livestock,
w
hite.
‘®
|
.
or
m
a
jo
r—the
h
ig
h
e
st
rank—in
Li
im er, l^m , re
Eng- ’
eile Pool, blue; Diane Roem
i d ; Kasoia, white. g„.,“
Caa stro iie urban g u e rrillaa unil, fellows inlere.sied only in lerrorijiS
j ®n a C
Pickles, Relishes
toffee,: Kaso(a, blue; Betty
red. Miscellaneous; Diane Roe- lish to
."'
Wllh
di.sillu- ism ."
;iWn
With h im w as an eq u ally (lisillu'
B eet pickle: Western R uralu ra l- r
:d.
S tepp, red; Crestview, white,
m er, blue; Judy Moore, red.
Stepp,
sloned com rade in a rm s , Julio The revoluiionary m ovem ent
stnm , “ j blue; Friendly Neighbors,
•.■jS K
sioni
N ut roll; Shirley Haslam
V a %
- —
rrested
Pictures
— Rom
R om ero, 24.-Both w e re a rre
s te d silffere.d
silffei Its severest rev ersal in
C
tt '
Creslview,
while.
B
read
late ISS.'i, Romero said , when
Quilted: Janie K iser, red. blue; N orene Andrus, red. Car- b. u ,tte r pickles; Friendly Neigh- _
'm H
last M arch in V enezuela.
lale
endly am els, plain; Friendly Neigh^bors, blue; Crestview, red; M arloihes
Venezuelan Communl.st par­
P ainted: Kasoia, blue; Friendly
®
; ai W
| | ;.
Wei
W earing casual c iv ilia n cloihes,
Carol '’''rs blue; Crestview, r. ed, i on V an Leishoul, white.
ol
Dr'
Politburo, following the
Neighbors, red. G litler; Carol
they said in the office of Dr.
Ihey
,j
M ints, pillow; Betty Stepp, blue, j-Dill pickles; Western RurallOvlshMoscow
line, d ec id ed , on a
K iser, blue; Janie K iser, red,
S I
Nelson Lehm ann, 30. ihe boyishFined by R u p e rl Police Judge ' y "
'b
lu
e
B
oston
Cream
s;
Domesticettes,
revolutionary course.
“ 'fS' ettes, blue; Crestview, re d ; Jak
, e Wall for speeding w ere
Copper: Viola D arling, blue
looking
head of D igepol-G;eneral
eiieral [1™“
j VV ’l
looki
V
J
blue.
Best
collection:
Shirley
pand ‘
m ovem ent Into
F irst Ward Relief Society, Jam
j e s L. F r a y e r, 20, Rupert.
and red, Mosiac: 2nd Ward Re■ I
D ireclo raie of P o lice —- and)
he said , "and
,,
lief Society, blue; Linda Lowe. H aslam , blue; Creslview, red; w hite. M ustard pickles: C rest- $16;
talked freely if a cid ly 'ah
ahoouuii,'f“J."’'
i j S■ -ilI
lalke
Ruben E . Kelterling, ■42.
h‘
p
,„j
5-;.seriously weakened lhe national
view , blue; Kasota red. Sw eet tR upert, $12; R ussell W, K raus.
red. Embroidery: N ancy Priest, N orene Andrus, while,
I 'I
C astro 's p ro g ram fo r hemis-i'!’.^
H
AN
D
D
IPPED
CHOCOLATES
I liberaiion force.s,"
pick les: F irst Ward Reliefr r «So,, R uperl. $15: L aM ontM .KK eisbiue: Crushed gravel: Linda
1 H
pheric polilical vio len ce. laid
e is - '
? " 20.
con- ^Despiic ihis, lie added, there
“r- ciety, blue; Kasoia, red; CrestLowe, iilue. Crushed glass:' KaKa- C
' ' “aram
'’a els; Mrs. Melrose “Burdown a t lhe recen i H av an a■' 1 conI 4
„pickv i , te
r, 52, R upert. $20; Bernice L.
gess,
blue,
Fondanl:
M
rs.
Melare plans in intensify urb an and
Melview
,
white.
Sweet
chunk
p
sota-; blue: Marlha Anderson,
'
feren
iP
l i
moun
mountain warfare in D ecem ber
isanii f.®®® B urgess, blue. M int pat- jgj
les: Crestview , blue; Friendly
^P orter, 55, R u p erl, $18; Blaine
red. Yarn pictures: Rosann
arvey
The
p
a
ir
also
sp
o
k
e
aulhorita|„
Thi
n
i
n
D.
Bird,
46,
R
u
p
ert,
$15;
Harvey
horltall,
afiodjer a/jempl to disrupt
j'ndiv f'?®' . Mrs. Melrose Burgess,
gess, fjei
N ejghbors, red. Sweet D ill ^
F iala, blue, Olher: Friendly
b
lu
e
'
K
.
Bell.
15.
A
cequia,
$15;
U
ls
M.
P
J
‘i™
'y.
lhe national
n,
the
elccllons n ext year,
red
N
ut
clusters;
Mrs,
Melrose
p
j"
Irose i c k l e s ; Domesticetts, blu e; ^
Neighbors, blue; Creslview, red. g
lui
Siveet C arter, 36, R u p erl, $13; Paul B.
V
a ssim
in ilar effort failed in 1963.
B urgess, Wue. Best collection:
Maarion Van Leishout, red. Sweet
ilion: M
f i t H
Vaiarg as, a u n iv e rslly sopho- A
„ Handicraft
„
“
s®
----r
—
.......:— — ------- —
r
ex
'Xv:
b
lu
p
.
Young,
22,
B
u
rle
y
,
$10;
Lex
H.
^
more,
had
been
in
the
u
b
a
n
,,
M rs. Melro.se Burgess, blue.
frui
fruit pickles; Creslview, blue; J '
y r* jj- W f
pR u„,
Tole Bag: Lmda Lowe, blue;
aw ‘
d, and
guerillas since 1960, h e said,
L ou Kunau, 46, B urley, S13; LLawK asota , red. Catsup: MaryV Lou
V
l
o
n
Ka.sola, red. Necdlecraft: Rulh
^ _pples:
p|
his s u p e rio r was D oufilas Bravo, j
T ow n rc
B, W right, 26, Rupert,;, $13;
* '“ ‘1
A
Western Ruralettes,
Utes, oOttttm an , red. Corn relish: Town
Peterson, blue; W estern Rural^ aoss
C astro 's No. 1 g u e rrilla , le
a d er
l / t Columii fof Sporfs Fans
leadcrl
iendlv a> Frank 1. W infrey, 20,. R
u­
RuA PPO IN TM EN T O F R lehard
ic h ard Reed,
Rc
T u w hile. Applesauce: Ruby Beem,
eem, and
and Counlry, blue; F riendly
Twin Falls attorneyT
ettes, red. Bed Dolls: M rs. ,John
1
o ard l'l
perl, $20.50.
1P r o b a te Judge has been announce
‘J ." blue; American War Mothers,
Nei
announced by the Tw lnJFalls Board
j? V
y<enezuela. B ravo a n d l.ubani L
hers. N
eighbors, red. '
P<
Brehm , blue: 2nd W ard Relief
2
the]
;y
of
P
elk
o
ff
head
w
h
a
t's
left
of
Ihe
O lhers fined by Judge Wal! <o f C ounly Com m issioners,
g ra
‘S” ''' red;. 2nd Ward Relief Society,
s, AA graduate
of the U niversity of
;iety, P ickle relish: Carol K i s e r ,
j-jyin b a tte re d A rm ed F o rc e s of
if NaBy Bob R e e s e
Society, red. .Stuffed dolls and w
^vhiie.
ie n d ly w
23. IId a h o law school. M r, Reed
R eed has
ha! been practicing in Twin
hile. Apricots: 2nd W ard Re-,
Re- blue;
blui Crestview, red; F riendly
w(ere Donald L ee M arcotte,e, 23,
anim als: 1st Ward Relief Socie- lief Society,
5^
l- Ri
R upert, $8, ille g a l left turn; Ben- 1F a lls Ihe pasl y e a r. On1 Oct.
blue; Della Blades,
ades, N
Nei
eighbors, while. Tomato,), re
relO ct. 66,, hc will assume officee as
as llonal
™’' ‘' Liberation o r FA I.N , the
^
gl
C
aslro
ile
guerilla.s
in
lhe
m
oun^
|
ty, blue and red. Tin craft;■' Vi^
moun^
I
tj
ta
n
d
s
to re a s o n th a t
em alnder
Y^' red: W estern Ruralettes, white,
'hite. ish; Carol Kiser, blue. M ixed jam
ja in R. G ra h a m , 30, R upert,
jp e rt, 1P r o b a te Judge for the rem
ainder of (he unexplred te rm ol J-asli
--T"
ola Darling, blue. Knit craft;
g jaj.
yyou
o u c a n 't do a g o o d th in g
iview , ji;
J 15, failure lo y ield the righl
B
lackberries: Della Blades,
ades, veg
vegetable relusb: Crestview
jht of :Z o e Ann Shaub w ho hass resigned
reslgne effective that d a te . Mr. lains.
lietia Clifford, blue. Crocheted blue; ^W ilma Fansier, red. Black
R om ero, a m ilitan t in a MarxM arx- to
jooo often or too w e ll. A t
Slack blue;
Roi
w ay; Carlos W. Knight, $2U,I, R u- I
blui Second Ward Relief Socie- wi
R e e d is a native osrt.
f R upert,
\ccioni I®®*
l® ast th a t's w h a t y o u
crafl: Friendly Neighbors, hblue
raspbg
--------isl
sp lin te r of Ihe ru lin g Accion
--------------------------------------------isl Sf
--------------------------------------------ue—
ince- pe
pert, $23, d riv in g wilhoui ddue
™ rasp
b errie s: American W ar Mo- ty, red ; Kasota, white. Mdincerl
i,(.i
w
think, but d o n 't try
and red. Candle craft: Friendly
D em o crallca p a rty , said he! w oould
i
nlry, me;
m e a t; Della Blades, blue; F irs
'" “ 'y th ers, blue; Town and Country,
ir s t re
regard; and H azel E . Palterson,
Neighbors, blue; Laura Lee red;
f g j.' ’ K
j asoia, white. Cherries,
t hlthe
hei ffiM
m M N K tlfl
served a iw o-year h itc h w ith
Ties, Wa
W ard Relief Society, red.
rj
R upert, $13, illeg al backing,
M arlin, red. Fcatiier flowers,
s^^,e'et: Crestview, blue and red; A ny olher; Carol Kiser, blue;
m ountain g u e rrilla s' b efo re joinvers, s^^,egt:
w
lice
pnrilv
P'*y'"8
f'"cs
in
police
^
RK
i
" ° f h e ^ o n"e
arrangem ent: Ka.sota, blue; K
asota while. Cherries, light,
ll e urban ran k s. ■
Ing lh
ighi, D a\
ave Fansier, red; Friendly
K a.sota,
P a n court were K enneth G, Couch,
Duch,
MINIDOKA COUNTY • and
atii Tommy l.ee Holden. 36,
W estern Ruralettes, red. Feathsv^jet:
:resl- Nei
N eighbors, while. Meat Can- “
36, RuRu- N eith er has been In Cuba but ®
^^•h" sw
e et: Della Blade.s, red; Crestcie
tv
"
Burley.
$23,
driving
wiihout
ihoul
P
oJlcoB
!o«cr
pei
pert,
S.5
each,
failure
lo
regl.ser flowers. 1 .stem; 2nd Wvard
ard
ple: ninj
ning; F irst W ard Relief Society,
regiscolleagues' e x p erie n ce s y p |
Cherries, pie;
" re
s t- “ U regard; S teve Davis, 19,'■ Ru] u p o n polico issued Iwn0 clei", m o r e reler,
R
ci- (er
Relief Society, blum Tissue P^‘
pa- C
C restview
restvi , blue and red; Mary
^ary blue;
restthere a re well kn o w n lo nIhcm .
^
blu( Della Blades, red; CMUScen tly o f th e
®
w arrant ,la3 ,tio n s for driving w ithout1 due
Probate Court
per flowers: Nellie Thomp.son,
^ou O
Olttm an, while.
view , white. M iscellaneous;
P<^
won, Lou
viev
V enezuelans a lie n d in g lhe Ha^
S t, L o u i s
n
io
n
“
S'®,
driving
wilhoui
due
re
^ef
blue. Crushed gla.w plaque Ppgg,,
'
r e g a f d 'i n accKlcnt.*; involving
■ars' Cre.stview,
blue. Best colleclion:
'Iving (Guy McAlislcr w as fined
cd S35 vana conferences, th ey . ‘said,
eac h es: Ka.sola, red. P ears;
Cre
^'1 J kI ^
C a r d i n als,
re d -; ga
gard; Anlonio R. Valdez,’ 62, p a rk e d car.s on .Saiurday.
restview , blue; Kasota, red
craft: Friendly Neighbors, blue; K
for buildioR wiihout a perm
)rm it,
lt, give th e ir Cuban h o s ts disto
rted ^^ a^ W I ^ w as a f i n e
lorted
K asota
aso ta, blue; Crestview, red
red, C
Cre
Burley, $10. illegal left iu rn ;
,I r a T ran ih am . SI. R u p ert, w as
,iew Mai
M ary Lou Oilman, while.
Bu
M abel Smith, red.
Plum.s
accounts of Ihe situ a tio™
n a t ■, ballplayer,
tja ||
P lu m s and prunes: Crestview,
, was
District Court
h ap p y a t h is
Kenneth rt. Stephens, 2fi, Ruperl.
L i q u i d plastic .centerpiece
'pfjg j raspberries: Kasoia,
Jiece
’ c iie d wlien his c a r stru ck a“ Divorces
r
solai
NATIONAL WOOL J T
w oo rrk , until he d id a n un0 .Ipse
lo s e
,
w
were
R
ranled
lo
$10,
stop
sign
violation.
craft: Ist Ward R elief Society, blue; (Creslview, red. F ruit juice
fo rf
inac- forgivable
thing; h e b ro k e
p a rk e d c a r Ix'lonj’in g to Sher- Goicoechea from M rs. Jo.seflna " F id e l gets a blow n-up, macNEEDLEWORK
CONTEST
F
blue, Laura Leo M artin, red. and n ec tar; 2nd Ward Relief
lhee
r?
w h a t's really bbaasse b a ll's m o st f a m o u s
elief
Knitted Sweaters
IFined by R u p e rl Justice ol lh
Peck. Ruix'ii: a n d -ih e sec- L/riarle Coicnechea, and M
Mrs.
Mi.scellaneous craft; Christian Society, blue; Della Blades, red; Li
-sl of Pe
Peace Roy T. A rch er for .speedR RoifgP o ” -" V arg as said . "The
"T h e re
re c oi rd , one th a t b e lo n g e d
L oretta Bagley, blue, best
P<^cd* „ri(
nnd citation wiis lo Jo.seph' !H. Beiiv Bendele from T hom as R.
Peterson, blue. Ruth Peterson, F rien d ly Neighbors, while.
re v e r to th e ' lo v a b le
rs.
ing
were
J
e
r
a
ld
J.
Kraus,
17,
p
r
whole
Ihing
is
b
e
in
g done! only fo
fore
fair:
Loretta
Bagley.
red;
M
inf
.
P
ie
s
t.
K),
Riipcri,
driving
a
fair
’R
“
Bendele.
red. Christmas crafl: Domesti- O th e r fruit: Wilma Fansier,
S u l t a n of
J 10 ju stify the e n o rm o u s .subsisubsi- prodigious
p ro i
Ruperl, $25; S a m y L. Ouisasola,
sler Rob
R o b ert W ebster, white.
Ru
isola, cni
c a r bolongin;’ lo D ick Beeson^,
Csoi't jDisirlct ,)ud(!c S herm an J. dies
,. ^ Ihey
.
1
as
a
S
w
celies, blue and red.
^1
receive, a s m uch a s
S ai t, B abe R u th .
CRAFTS
17, Ruperl, $25; G ay Adams, 23, wh
w h e n hi' .sinick a parked I c a r BcllMfood
n„i
„ blue; Friendly Neighbors, red
ordered defendants million
j,',, so m elim es."
Gold Ceramics: l.st W ard ReJ
,
lion:
M
rs,
Dolt
Johnson,
5;
M
attie
Mi
la tlie M alla, $20; R ic h ard D. Sm
ith, hei
inith,
hek)ngin{^J^ 1 larry B. C aldwell, H^rrtld
i |j . ' a n d white. Best collection:
A ctually, M aris w a s
Fredricks and R. Fred-' ' " Af m
^ illion dollars?
lief S o c i e t y , blue; F ™ ndly
eeks, 2; Blanche Fine,'■ “4;
I; 16
jj,, Declo, $2.5: Lloyd E. P'etere ie r- R
Ruu p o n .
ii SSOO nnd ricks 10 allow lhe S late ofJ '™
C reslview , blue; Kasoia, red; W
Wee
. n| e v^e r a hom e r u n h itte r
N e i g h b o r s , red. Chri.stmas
if IdaIda- ..y,
" Y e s ," he e x p la in ed , " a n d in
aud Bohannan, Maud H aall,
ll, s,,.
son, 20, R u p erl, $21); Johnn T . sh
sheo v in g it inio a second parked
P C restview , while.
M at
e class of a M a n tle
" c ( ho, Deparlmenl of A griculture, so m elim es less, P e lk o ff once re- o r th
Craft: Rulh Peterson, blue; Ist
, ays, n ot to m e n tio n
J a y A rm enia, Edith W illiam
M
'3 m ss,, (;n
Gibson, 16, R u p e rl, $20; William
lliam car
c a r owned by Robert K. Ga<VEGETABLES
,
Ip ’enler Iheir properly and in- (ume
W ard Relief Society, red.
lurned
from
Cuba
w
ith
60
m
en
R
^
t
„lipf
3,
all
blue.
Mrs.
Doll
Johnson.
(;
'
^ u t h . As far a s f a n s w e re
m u ll. R uperi. ivifh Sfil) d am a g e JSpccl llieir beans for halo blight, jpd j
C. Conner, .39, Paul, S2II: Vir- mu
A sparagus; 1st Ward Relief
®
“ 'ISW- and $700,000,"
c onnc e rn e d , he h a d no
co
l " 2. a‘ n d Edith Williams, 2,’• all ginia E. M cD onald, 38, Hevhurn,
n irn , lo th a t v rh iclr. DainaRc lo the
SSo^.?tv
ociety, blue. Beets: M ary Lou
T
he
en
tire
V
enezuelan
guerrig h t to break th e re c o rd ,
’
"
---------------------The
rig
W hile bread: D oris'Q uintana, O
o ilm
a
n
.
$15;
Gerald
H.
Heilzman,
16,
P
ri
, Hi, rie-st c a r wa.s SKIO.
ttm
an
,
blue;
Town
and
Counj;
r
ADS
rilla
nt()vem
ent,
R
o
m
ero
estiHe e w ent from fle e tin g
H
USE
TIM-ES-NEWS
WANT
blue; Crestview, red ; Carol Ki- ^ re d ; Isl WaVd Relief Socie°cie- Wood carving: Kevin Dlaavis,
y is, neyburn; $20; A. Edward WoiiiPolice Court
—
mmjn fa m e to e n d u rin g u n p o b '
ser, while. Whole w heal bread: iry,
luj. blue, red and while. Gla.ss paint- sicnhulm e, 24, Burley, $20; Vooiaann d
]< e n t ilaninuuui, 17, R upcrt,
ty, w hite. Carrois; Kasota, blue;
iperl,
K
I uula
larity
r , atta c k e d in th e
Carol Ki.ser, blue; Isl W ard (oRep„l '"E
ing;: Lorna Luther, blue. Mod- 'f,
iJ
’'^‘*ry
Lou
Ot)man,
red
;
Pat
sus^
0.
S13,
fauliy
muffler.'',
fine
I
p
re
s
s
and
booed
b
y
honne
'
*
f
p i
u ee ;S13
lief Society, white; Crestview,
■ H utchison, white.
„els,• David Cruicheley, b lMu ad
osis;
MEET OUR
:atel- per
p e n d ed upon payment of costs;
totoww n fans. T hey e v e n p u t
’- LaVerne V oetzel, 25, Piicaiel-1 .
red. Parkerbouse rolls, white; C
r „0 rn
„ ; Town and Counlry, M
“ “arty
r Miller, red; Randy M ad- '
a n aste risk a fte r h is r e c ­
Ritic h a rd A. Unisi'r. Ifi. R upert.
iperi,
WEATHER
Town and Country, blue; Crest- blue;
|^|
,,K asoia, red. Peas;, Kaso- dox, white. Rocks: K a r l ee een nl olo.. forfeited a $25 bond fo r R
1 o rd
^ in the b o o k s, it w a s
$3 c o sts for illcjjal ,<lisplay ofi
v o rk - sp<
speeding.
H
view, red; Norma Bartholom ew, ta,
,
’ d.; Della Blades, while. Hills, blue and red. Woodworkp;o n ,|
FRIEND
\.
re
L
s o unpopular.
ppj.^ lic e n se plnles; l.ee Thonipson,
ing:
T
.
C.
R
o
b
i
n
s
o
n
,
b
lu
e
1
white. D i n n e r rolls, white: Sc ',„
_
t,,
;
Tom
0
.
V
ibberl,
17,
R
upert,
au erk rau t: Friendly Neighbors, 'J??'
(IrivR uperl. SS. no d riv e r’s liCrestview, blue and red; Carol blue;
-lip' F riendship Club, red and wz hite,
*
I
T o d a y they ca ll M a rls 's
h ite. wa
w as fined $100.for reckless drivr^rall
'*
weolhnr, criip
^
Wilma Fansier, while,
le oo ff
Ronald A. F a rra
.CERAMICS
ing
\
, g r e a t vear ," T h e G re a t
ing, $15 for lea v ip c'llie scentK iser, white.
‘n ,’
aultimn doys ore oppfooching.
SS onash
q u ash ; Town and Country, red.
k e of 1 9 6 1 .” a n d
D inner rolls, whole w heal; S tring Ibeans, fancy pack: Ruby
ubv B est underglaze: Irene Hosnnrl
a»o looking forward
H ° s- an accident, a n d his driving 22. R u p erl. S K U auIiy m ufflers,
w ard
^ 1 * * 2“ )
MMi ista
S
R o g e r m ight a g r e e . H e
Carol Kiser, blue. Sweet rolls; B eem . blue; M ary Lou Oilman, m an, blue and red. Be.st china
lo Toif titno just ns muchl> 01
oi
JusU ce C ourt
f
.
V
:h in a pri
privileges w e re suspended bbyy
d
id
a
good th in g t o o w elll
0
(/r
/ricnW
/u.'fe.
fli/f
fcv<
?
ore
e
no
^
Mrs. R 0 b e r I W ebsier, blue;
j
,,
r.onn.ird
I.oe
Olivor,
.V.
Twin
r|„p ip ain t; Irene Hosman, blue a n d Judge
juc Archer.
, ' red; K asota, w h i t e . Siring
. . . You c a n 't g e t to o
iver,
''foir-wenthtfr ' Inond lo you.
Carol K i s e r , red; Norene .nAnu 'rt<- utility pack: Kasota, red. Best lustre: Irene Hos- ^Fined for s lo p sign violations
,j _ F all.s, and RnhfTi I.eon O liver,
"
'
beails,
,
m
u
c
h
of a good th in g In
If ' fl ^nenci in need ii a fnerid
Ij
drus, white. Cinnamon rolls;
^ Town and Country, red;
9
IK, R u p e r l , f n r f r i te d $25 b 'dndsl
onds;
-ed' rn^”
m an, blue and red. Best unglaz- w ere David J . Galbrailli, • ,19,
-fid
1^
: au to m o b ile s e rv ic e , a s
indoffd ' can bn a mono, it I
Friendly NelEbhors, blue: Kel-' blutf;
' white.
’ ed: Irene Hosman, blue.
„B urley, $10; H arold ti. Oman,
i n n ' '1'^,
d r u n k o n a .^ JUhlic
u h lic
K
asota,
'
'
you, ^. A
y ...
- V . \ ”1 I y o u ''ll find o ut w h e n you
oufi, Wn nro nj near os '^oot
Q/....
lee Bartholomew, red; Norma T o m ato
’ juice: Mary Lou OttOti. ^e
B est colored glass: Irene Ho.s- 34,
.. Aberdeen, $5; Dale N. Turnu r „ ; h ig h w a y .
rin g your car, D o d g e pr
1
I b rin
.
reloplione m timRj of ne«H. ^
Bartholomew, white. Variations,■ m an, ,blue;
,
Som
an, blue and red. Best decora• 18, R uperl, $10; EdwardI N.
N.
Iv a n R. Dailey, ,3S, B urley,
2nd
Ward
Relief
SoT’®”
I C h ry sle r to us f o r e x p e rt,
'
n
j
er,
■'
Coll
on
UJ
ol
any
time,
day
or
cinnamon rolls; Town and Coun- ciety,
■ ’ red; 1st Ward Relief sSo- tions: Irene Hosman, blue and» Bailey, 38, B urley, $10; Harold
rold ovorlenR ih load, SITi; T hom as S.
fa c to ry • tra in e d c a r o .
.
niqiil. for prompt prescription
•“<-J
try, blue; Ka.sota, red, Mrs. Ro- ciety,
. , J ' while. Tomatoes, while:
illp. red.
e
O
Oelj. M
wide
W
r™- Best porcelain entry: Iren
w ee"’re C hrysler C o r p . . ,
, , of
of W.
Mo:o rlen sen , 17, R u p erl, w.de
.ijpf H osm an, blue and red. Best
" • Smilh, 45, R uperl, $10; Del>
bert Webster, white.
Kicn'ta
sp ecialists a t . . .
SIO. lo a d , $10; M yra E lizab elh Hill,
,
,
Ka.sota,
blue;
Isl
Ward
Relief
orah
A.
D
aguley,
IS,
Burley,
SIO.
Coffee cake: Mrs. Olen Whist-' Society, red; Kasoia, white. ■ show
:
Irend
Hosman.
'"'a
. ’ 20, R u p erl, Cecil C ooper, ow/ner,
ner,
®how
Olhers fined b y Judge A rcher ’
Ier, blffel Mrs. Robert W ebster,
icl(.
Juvenile
0
d
J.
Citizen
„
no m ud Maps, Sl.'j; D onald J.
' W axed
beans, fancy pack;
red; Norene Andrus, white, 'o
t
n e wei
w ere C laudetle Smilh, 18, Ru- D ick so n , 21, Ruperl, W oolford
xed B est u n d e r g i a r e : Dlia
iane
B O B REESE M O TO R Co.
Iford
DI»counlt.
IBa, M ary
Ottm an, blue. Waxed
n aan,
n , per
p e n , drag ra c in g . $20; Sherman
nana nut brcad:Kasota, blue;
^ Louutility
Ota B
rag g , blue; Laura H osm
, „ ' beans,
pack: Kasota,
Brap
^uipM
ill, ow ner, ilcfecllve equipV 1 %
I 5 0 0 Block 2 nd A v e.. S o .
W estern Ruralettes, red; Cher-I u,
'
’
n
a
n
,
Hibberl.
34,
B
urley,
following
ella
red.
Best
lustre:
Laura
H
osm
an,
H.
blue; K a s o i a , red; Della red.
'■‘"E n ie n t, $10; Raraly A. H anshew ,
yl Ingham ,' white. Plain nut B
g,
r i s too closely, $10 bond; M argarilo 16,
|g R u p erl, deleciive equipm ent,
Ip,, blue. Best colored glaze; C'hhris
' i D o d g e' ■ C h ry sle r - Im ­
le n t,
bread: Kasota, blue; M rs, Olen lad es, white. Other vegetables;
lo w ; Cas
C asares, 45, R u p e r l , driving ..n
j„ n H osm an, blue. Best of Show;
p e ria l - SIm ca - Dodge
F
rien
d
ly
Neighbors,
blue;
Town
$10.
..W histler, red. M uffins: Town
u
Tgoru^ 'cck s. "H o m e o f th e
la
z
e;
while
Inloxicated,
$105;
R
ayler .2D “*"
ian a Bragg, Best underglaze; whi
Jo h n (Neil) Manning, HeyP ro jcrip tlo n P h a rm o c y/
M odi
and-Counu^i, red;.‘Bave,Eaiisler.
M
odical Center P harm acy'
and Country, blue;' T rienJd ly. w
G
ood G uys"
Loil
Cora
"Capps,
blue
and
red.
B
esl
moi
e
s
t
mond
D.
C
oals,
25,
Ruperl,
folb
u
r
hite.
Miscellaneotis:
.M
ary
Lou
Cora
>674
608
Shoup
Avt.
W.
—
733-9114
b
u
rn
.
noi.'?y
cxlwu.st
.sy.stem.
$J0;
$10;
117
Main
Avt.
B
.
—
733-4674
60i
SI
Neighbors, . red. Bis^iltts: Nor*
nn- h an d molding; C o r a Capps,
ip p s, Iq^v
lowing loo closely, $1.1.
cStanlev
.,
^
1
_______________ _
:>ion, ■
A.
Shiewe.
16.
Albion,
ma Bartholomew, blue; Kasota, O ttm an , b lu e ;. best, collection;
3(o' blue.
Best china paint; C ora
o ra q
Charles W. T hom as, 29, Boise, 1 . Ottm an, blue-; Kasoia,
red; Mrs. Olen W histler, white. M arya n Lou
' Cap[
C apps, blue. B est-lustre; C ora
o ra w as fined $15 In Glenns FerryJ; “
d white.
Best colleclion: K asota, blue; red
™
C apps, blue, red and white.■
juji
justice court for violaiion of
Jor•’AMS
CaPI
Mrs. Robert Webster, red; Nor^as rule an d excessive speed.
o ra basic
eed,
,
^
A pricot; Kasota, blue; 1 cs tt „ B e st u n d e r g l a z e d ; C ora
ma Bartholomew, w hite.
apps, blue and red. Best col- He received Ih ree demerits- loj
W ard ^Relief Society, red; Town C
CaPf
ry.
ored
glaze;
Cora
Capps,
blu
e
„ai
b lu w ard revocation of his driv er's
’
white, blackberry; °re d
_
. and C ounlry.
oi
,/rl and red . Best decorations: C ora nlicense.
-,
Angelfood, while: Town and LL au
au ra
ra Lee
I Martin, blue; Amerack C
C apf
apps, blue a«d red. Besl Pr ,o r-■ ,,In Glenns F e rr y city court,
Country, blue; Ka.sota, red,
jean W
Waar M others, white. Black
lurt,
'ed. ican
ue- c e la in entry: Cora Capps, blue Donald E, W aller, 19, Glenns j
Yellow, cake; l.st W ard Relief
■I"'' rasp
ra sp b eri
e rry ; Helen Beer, blue;
ed^ and
Society, blue and red. Chiffon;
2„d W aard Relief Society, red;
'
on: 2nd
a i a red. B est ol show: C ora f^^rry, charged w ilh ylolallon o f
kasota, blue; D om esticettes,
p
rie
n
d
lj
oy- C apf
apps.
A
bas
tes. F rien ly Neighbors, white.- Boybasic rule a n d excessive speed,
r^
Amateur
red. cierman chocolate; Kaso- s e n bbeerry
r r ; Town and Country,
received 3 d e m e rit points, a n dd ''
u^ B
ta, blue; Ist Ward Relief So- blue
Clherry; Town and Counbiue. C
“ 6e s t underglaze: M rs. Dc ?ale w as fined $2ff plus $5 costs.
Vll- Colem
ciety, red. Chocolate; K asota, try,
fry, blu
blue; Crestview, red ; WllColei an, blue; M adelyn S an- /M rs, M elba Kendall Tubbs,
bbs,
st> bb erg
e rg . red. Best lustre: P e a rl
blue; Janie J o h n s o n , red; m
^ aa F an
ar sier, white. Red raspib le
n aan,
n
ue- U
U ttei
tte r, red; M rs. Dale Colem
'
Friendly Neighbors, white. , b e rry ; Town
1
and Counlry, blue;
b a ra ‘charge, failure 10 transfer drlvsd- blue.
blue. Best underglazed; B arb-. ara
D evil's Food; K athleen F iala,
w aard
r Relief Society, red;
'•i*. |s
l.stt W
1 e r's hcense in to m arried nam e.
l
ny!.:H
osm an, blue; Mrs. Dale Colered. Spice: James VanLeishout,
^ 5 3ary
™ Lou
Lc Ottm an, white. StrawwL M
-Hosn
' ' and violation o f basic rule re
r e -blue. Others: Vicki Hinton,
,vvn m
an. red.
,,
on, b e rry ; 1Helen Beer, blue; Town
nian,
Tgbn
-suiting
in
a
m
inor
accidcnt
a
t
B est colored glaze; Mrs, Jo
hn ■
blue; Crestview, red ; 1st W ^rd
ard and
a n j Country,
q„
red; Creslview. Be;
fo Magic
H
INVITES YOU lo bringg your
youi- prescrlpllons
pro
' - 1„ . Bannock S tre e t nnd Highway
' B reh m , blue; Mrs. Dale Colecake; 1st Ward Relief Society,
ity. w hite,
hite.
o n j. 30. She receiv ed 3 dem erit
friendly, exact c o m p o u n d V aiiey Drug for promnpl,
pt, Iriendh
i
l
^
ue^
m
a
n
,
red.
Best
decorations:
blue; M rs. Olen W histler, red.
othfer; Wilma Fansier, blue; m an.
■ed. Othfer;
Yirs'
icals
in g . O nly p h arm aceu lico
ls w hich meet our h ig h slanfry .
roi M
rs. John Brehm. blue; M
rs. ^points und p a id a fine of $15
Donuts, bread; Crestview, blue.
"o- W estern Ruralettes, red; Carol
M rs.
t o l plus $5 costs,
re . . ,. anc
a n d we strive to keep
.d
.doard s ore slocl<cd here
Janie Johnson, red. Best collec- K iser, while.
'
Best collection; D a“ l*e Coleman, red. Best of P ^
show : B arbara Hosman.
.LEGAl ADVERTISEME N fs ~
th e ir cost lo y o u ol o m inim um ,. Senior C llizens distion:K asota, blue.
H elen B
Boer, red.
show
.
SECRETARY
BOOKS
_
Decoraled Cake
co u n ts, loo; of course,
JELLIES
■,
N O T ic i; 01' sali ;,
ihy D irt Diggers, H a p p y G
Goo
B irthday; Norene Andrus,
us. A pples
pples; Crestview, blue; Ruby
ock
BARDAUA HARTWICK tllVES
/ES
>en our ph
p harm odsl h ere since
H
Mr, J e n k in s 'h o s been
es LL uu cc k y . Appleton Livestock,
blue. Novelty decorated; Rosr
os- B eem , red;
Western Ruralettes,
' NOTICE Jlm l sill! w ill' uii llic Bill
8ih
served of S alem ,
I t o r , d u y Qf S e p te m b e r. li)(>7, ut iliu hiour
our
an Teen;
T e e n s United. Sale T O perator.
H
M arch 6lh o f th is year. He previously
previou
ff
ann Fiala, blue; Friendly Neifihgh- w hite,
hite. Blackberry; American
IDDV oi
of 13:00 p .m . u n d u l ihc ufllce! oUft
:JLA J
len. F eed em and Leadem, H appy
bors, red; Nancy C arpenter,
H
O reg o n , Mr, Jen k in s isi a native of
o Twin Foils, g ro d u er, W ar Mt
M others, blue; M rs. Benn i l H u y b o rn , U u y b u rn , W ebb & I 'ik
e,
Ike,
1 5 1 /7
ry; H
om cm akers. Busy Bakers,, all
J;",’
A
U o n iey s, u l UG S y co n d bireel E USI,
u s i,
Homi
iw r
white.
ID avis, vwhite. Black raspberry:
j I here w
ilh Iho class o f 1940.
H
a tin g from H igh School
wilh
'___
l e r s , Twin
T w in F alls. lU u h o , buII the lollow^inKi
inK i
Itt'. bb l' u**e . Barrym ore W ranglers,
—
,COOKtES
1
:restvie' blue; Mary Lou Ottr,XXIrestview,
H
A fter arm y service he a tte n d e d a n d received h is ded e sc rib e d p r u n u r ty to (hc h lg hliebi
ebi
W i
.
.,
■is Shad;
S h ad y Rest, Feeders and pF{it-i . g,™
an. rired; Mrs. Ben Davis.
Choodiate Bi^ownies’. [ Ru b y m an,
b id d e r;
H
g reo from Id a h o StaleI University, He resides a t 223
)t(l te
rs. Mod Squad, M erry M ixers,
•C rs,
11.. T he fo llo w in g d escrib ed rc
ul
rcul
j|M
5 I1'-' w hite. Cherry;
Mary Lou Ottt®rs,
Beam, blue; Friendly ,N eighC
s o t a pprop
ro p e rty b U u u tcd in Twin l*ulU
jne, Iwo sons
Pierce w ith his w ife June,
so and a d a u g h te r .
nd C anyonslde
N e e d l e s , K asota
Crestview, red and
any
bork, red; Kasota, whitcT’J-ig;hh t m an, blue;
bli
C o u n ty , Id u h u ;
IW Dese:
D eseretts, Super Stitches, Flying L o ts 8 und 0 o f H o m e A cres SubH
O n c son Is serv in g in V(/ietnam
ielnam .
■ig- w hite. Cl
Choke cherry; Crestview,
brow nies; Kasota, blue, I^efrigr
e
d
,
d
ivision.
C
o
u
n
ty
of
Twin
I'u
lls,
Is'
S
ingers,
G
abby
Girls,
all
red,
iih
m .' blue and
red; Domestlcetls, Singe
crated cookies; Ruby Beam,'
ar
itr h
^ lu le 01 Id a h o .
Is open by telephons 2 4 h o u n
H
M agic V a lle y Drug is
iel K nitt
nitting Unots. Mix and S titch
Jly w hite. Ci
Crab apple; Isl W ard Re.7 1 "
2. All of I h t fu rn liu rc , fix tures.
re s,
bliie; Betiy-Slepp, red; Friendly
te- an d 1D arling Daiseys, all w hite,
mud
m e. m
u c h ln e ry u n d c q u lp in e n l utid ull1 uuf,
f.
H
a day, 7 d ays a week.'
'
3
klief
Society,
blue; 2nd W ard ReN eiehbors, white. Filled cook- ief Socic
lh
e
sto
ck
of
g
o
o
d
?
,
w
ares,,
m
e
rch
u
n
iun>hH*|(
2
I'
■
“
— I >ho 1
le; lief
red; Donna Hart- -----ies; Mrs, Glen W histler, blue;
lie( Society,
Sod
is ce .a
hes,
-e iU H ' ' >
^
d ls
- n d , nil o r t h e su p p lies, di& ies.
onday through S a tu rd a y
H
Store hours 9 a .m . lo 9 p.m. M
Mondi
u io n s lls ,' sllv c rW u rc ,' food, u cco u n ls
white.
r
Suzanne VanLeishout, red; M rs. well, wh:
W im rlI t a' j
■
SNAKE
RIVER
REPORT
re
c e iv a b le u n d o th e r - u a s e ls of thh u t
reLcl
phons 73!
733-8137
H
Em ergencyf phono
C u rran t; Ruby Beom, blue;
R obert Websier, while.
c
c
rtn
in
b
u
sin
e
ss,
s
t
o
r
e
und
cafe,
s
itft’
’
ccrtn
le; D
om estic
esticetts, red; M rs. Ben
u u tc d In 221 M a in A vc/iuc W est,
e st,
Cn -----UUtCL
Rolled cookies; K asota, blue;
D om
!»■' ■ • - l i V
\
*
'
rn
AUG. H, 1M7
T w in F alla, T w in F n lls County, Jdd uu-.
jr. D avis, .white. Grape; W estern
__
Crestview, rod; Jan ie K iser,
,
(F ro m reporla by Dureau of R eclam atio
hu.
tlo n , ho.
0 r, R uralettes, blue; 2nd. W ard ReiC- ceoioiii
G eolO Blcil Survey and cooperating p a ntie
ic ss))
T in
h e se p r o p e r tie s w ill be sold suubb*
white. Oatmeal; Jan ie K iser,
N
o
r'
jc
c
t
lo
(Ifclr
s
e
c
u
r
e
d
d
fb
i.
al*
Disch.
Nof'
led
I
(]. lief
blue; Joan Dorlholomew, red;
“ y Society,
Socle red; Western Rural- S tntlon
' or Com. Stored m «l
T hi
al
h la sale ah u ll b c held su b ject lu
15 ettes,
white.. Mint; Domtsticells, jL
cKoni U k e
jackK
666,330a
- th e TD ecree o f th e D lstric i Court ff oirr
M rs. Roberl W ebster, w hite,
"
m m m i^
e d Honn
M oran
2.080 3,160 420
blue;
W
420 T w hini P ulls C o u n ty , Idnho, c n ie red
re d
B ar cookies; Kasota, blue, Hei" estern Ruralettes, red
p
P
a
Jjia
d
M
n
e
trrv
o
lr
Auiiu.
Aujiust
4, 1807, In tho im tlcr 0 / Dur[„ and
_ _ e a iB e c r ,..r « l ; K asota. white,
“ "d ^w hite.
' P each; 1st W ard Re- Illa n d P ark R eiervoir P3.«0a .
hftru
hA ru M uriw ick v . U onuld O wverl
en
.e
unv
!r , iw
H clie
-................ - ' D.05B— O 30-4.520
<,520 Hlliu-lwlck,
Civll N o, 21 IM. Tlie s lue
a le
Chocolate chip; F riendly‘Ne\gh- lief Society, blue; Helen Beer,
t t . “S helley
4,070 3,720 3.3S0
3,3j0 w ill 1b e m nde to th o hlu liest resiion*
'j. red. P'L',,
ineapple: Mary Lou Ott'" 'v
bors, blue; Norene Andrus, red;
l)lack /o (m
\,m
1,7J0 310 as ib le W ilder. I) iir b « r u JlMrnvlck “I!re*
w orl< ,tpgether as
Yi o u r c j o c t o r a n t j . p h larm
a r m aaclst
ci
.
’
m
an.
blue;
Western
Ruralettes,
(,,
1*
1.h u u d ttru m p
'S»
M
Ic
94
04
00 m
in
s
In in s the rlg h i t u . b i d a t (lie siik*.
Jnd W ard Relief Society, white. red a n d white.
Am. fF a 'll R eicrvoIr I60,OOOa
,
to
heip
d is p e n s e the
,
W rltli
rllie n bids w ill h c n c fcp tc d nl tihci
hei
Sa h i g h l y , q t i a l i f i e d t eeam
a
m
,
tt
Chocolate Drop; N orene Andn i..™
, u b y J e o m ._ b Iiie ; Ka. N i'uley
13,200 10,290 3,010
J.OIO o rrice
ffices of H u y b o rn , H uybiirn, W e h b '
“ l_r,--"
je iu
n t;..R
K j
u u e - W f lic o tt.._______
, J&&_j>
i c,
n T s riilu e rM rT ^ O Id f-W lll.'itlc
! Red beet; Crestview,
.c = :^
_ J ’lk
1% : _
— Cj g r o p g r c a r e f o r y o u irr family.
f a m ii; T he d o c to r 's presota,” ^red.
N, Miniuok
M inidoka N.S. Cfliial 1,C<0
1
^
1
,,
J T w ln _ l{u |l8 ,_ ld n h (i, u l nny lline p r i o r ;
red; Kasota, white. Soft drop;
11 . ’. w ,
rl. li’S
M hildokn S.S. Cunal
1,340 1,340 , . , 20 (o
---------lo tIu
tlie tlniu o f t n i n n l c 'n n d im is t-b
-btt;
ij -—^ sS c r i p t i Q B s , a c £ . f i l l e d ^ei^
x poortiy
r t by o u rt'eg lsterGGdd --------P; blue;
M ary Lou Oilman, rod;
S nake ”''Klver, M lnldoki 8,030 7,020 3,910 a;,cc cco,,,’
m p a n ie d b y it doposll* uniial to l
_
Jnd W ard Rcllcl Society, blue; Kascita
K aso ta, while. Red raspberry; 'Miniaok
M inidoka N.S. Pum p
310
210 , 20 te
to nn pn e r tc n i (1 0 % ) of th e bid p r i dc o" .!1
a c c u ra c y you
R
p h a r m a c i s t w i t h a l lI tho
t h e sspood,
|
Sherri Muir, red. C risp Drop;
;t . m]]""M lln cr S.S. C anal
3,0^0 1,122 2,SC8
n
,
rlir
P' priendlV
F rie n d ly Neighbors, blue; CrestX.308 D u rb n rn Jh triw ic K re s e rv e s Hie r l u h l
_
. M linpf Low Llfl
. an
2S«
0® to, Bell llio p ro iK jrlle s descrlliod u c - '
Crestview, liliic; 2nd W ard Re- view,
y|,,w red; Helen Deer, whiles
eG x p e c t o f l i i m . '
“ o d"in
.1ii I'roject
e* ,(io
1,S70 1,570
0^ cordlHK lo a u c n Ic rn in an she in5c!i
uy
IHV
lief Society, rod, M ncaroon; Snd U
U tiiisua
nusual jelly; Crestview,
;V, n.s,
N.S. ill
in (inotiing
BSO)
d e teAV
rm liio to b c reltsim able, llld
Idss
, . l Jj.'f-*-'
P.A. LR(eraf
74| 3,J42 U t o.im
th e rr thni) cnnh b id s slioulil c o n ltiiii:
W ard Relief Society, blue. CookI'- blue; W(
W estern R uralettes,, red
tiitI !
M iln er N.a, C anal
2 ,m )
Z , s c rlp tlo n O f th o te rm s p to p u sc
n„ (lo
d
JC,d
io press; Kasoia, blue Pennut
whlti
f t niul w
hite, Unusilal berry; Dosnake
1
0* S nake River At Milner
241 ' 249
0 bj,uy Um
,|, p ro s p e c tiv e b u y er.
®
ff. D lv e riio n i:
hA
a ’T U l) T h is 7 8 t h (luy of A ub « 8 (,
butler cooklcs; Crestview, blue;
m estlcotli blue; Mnry Lou Otte; niestlcotls,
,
l^^,iD
IJc
Im
(tf
SltellfV
7,710
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Aiug.s29-30, 1967
G la d
I D u k e w m Bel e Gia
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dorm itory
FA IR OPENS
llo was reported Tuesday
tern by university
officials. , , . ■!.
BOlkE (A P) — The W estern
univi
dorrtiitofy is the . | .
Idaho F air begins its 19BC run Tlie ll-story
1
"Tuesday on new-fairgrounds and firsru n it in a proposed .hpusing
pjirt
compWx
which
ev en tu ally ' will f .
w ithout the word "stafe" as pjii't compWn
-------airccoinn:
c c o m m o d a te -W 5 2 - a tu d e n tS ;----------~
Ot Its naiirer
~
itern The loan
Form erly called tlie W estern
lc is being m ade by’ the t ^
ate " U.S. Departm
ent of Housing and j v '
----- Idaho S tate' F air, the "state"
De|
xpoUrban
- wa.s dropped because the exp(^
IDevelopment. It w ill be
Ada
repaid
by
revenue
from dormi- ^
dition is financed soieiy by
I
itate tory ren
rentals.
'|R
County. It did not receive state
funds.
sev
SWISHER SPEAKS
H
This year'.s fair will run 'seyS'
than , BOISl
BOISE (AP) — A former Ida- B i
en days, two days longer than
ho legislator
and candidate for
Iot H
in the past.
ho
legis
ibed
. governor M onday , described
The new fairprounds are im
ad-t A merican involvem ent -in-V/letiet. - H
jacent to U. S. Highway 20 just
^
nam as a blunder based onI an M
w est of Boise. The old grounds ill-founded
m fear of com munism.
ism. ■
adjacent to U. S. 30 were sold
n ir pocati
Pocatello publisher P erry ■
when an iniprstalc highway sp u r Swisher,
ciuiQhnr a form er Republican
ican ■
slashed through them.
state senator a n d a 1966 indende- ■
nor, mM
.
pendent candidate for 'governor,
LOAN APPROVED
said the high cost of the w ar:eeff- H
MOSCOW (A P) - Federal ap- fort
fort wa
was draining funds from
rom H
provai of a loan of $2,150,000
lO to needed domestic projects, in- H
finance construction of the Uni- eluding
eluding irrigation of southern
lern H
versity of Idaho’s first high-rise
rise Idaho.
Idaho.
H
tte r C
Jordan In Better
Condition
Than Foreseen
sen Af
A fter W ar
H
Love-Ill Again
o s t L o v e
and ties
ties dni
and So4 drink .cartons. But
4 me
p ain ted ,' beaded and
’ ^ WOBURN.
England (AP)')' — cc4me
Wl
uous the
the duk
duke was -not perturbed.
The
flower people--15,000a of feathered
fealhe to listen to continuous
T he
:tons The
The balance’' ol the profitticks, rock
them
rock 'n'
‘ roll m usic, buy buttons
' th
e n —grooved on joss sticks,
after ththe duke’s-take—went to a
after
rolled on the grass and got to do and
and bells
bi and m ake friends.
company
unapproprlately called
ig
on
The
loye-in
ended
wilh
the
compan
th
e ir thing all weekend long
thei)
jgne Four
Four SiSijuare Ltd.-, form ed three
ateiy lawns
the
lawns strew n with cham pagne
th e Idream -deep lawns of stately
bot- weeks
weeks iago to hold>'lo,ve-lns,
W
oburn Abbey. The duktf dug bottles,
bottles plastic cups, beer botW ob
- it—
it—aa ^ J 2 .?0 a head.
------:
’ ,, W ith 10 per cent of the $70,000
fo,ooo C T O
masg
_ prof
pro fit from B ritsin's first m
ass M M
~ le
ICVFlHT^he
vs
DuR6 of Bedford
ssay
a y ss he’ll iie glad lo opdn his
anCE
an cestral estate again next y ea r I H
to th e hippies,
‘ Tt ht e duke turned to the flower t M
pow er business over the long ■
w
eel
weekend
as p art of his relent- E H
le
s s commerciill campaign to
less
I» y off $16.8 million in deathi dui lp Hi .
WEDNESDiY 8
tie
tiess on the estate he inherited.' Jl’M
Noirmally his customers a re
VS A
Noiri
- Ttm=of=the=Tnil|—tourlst5^^hDugH■ — K ti
he once was host to a paying
m
nudi
nudist encampment.
Th
T he !ove-in crowd was sm all^
ee rr
than expected—organizers
|y
hhad
a d predicted 100 , 000- h u t they
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DRAW INGS!#
3 ' | 3 BIG DRAW
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R E G I S TrEE R ATL
A T L WEEK
W I N N ERS
E R S POSTED
PO E
E jK a
ffl
m i
I
Fortune m
ue H Wheel of For
RED’S
J100.00 g \ .< J l Win Up to $11
0^01
y
3 0 WINN
mNNERS^^\
O ln A nything of Value
O
KM
EVERY FEW MINUTES
MINUl
ceep M u
■ &y DAVID LANCASHIRE1
served: "Jordan w ants to keep
passive."
__
AMMAN, J o rd an (AP) — Jor- the resistance
resi;
tin g , S |
has reason' for wanting
- ~ dSn is in a state of suspense,;, as It ha
quiet on the w est bank. Chaoss oorr i H
one official describes it, but It
it is quiot
■■
JOKY LlC
LICENSE
iLUCKY
sals J H
or Israeli reprisals
in hotter condition lhan mlany
any terrorism,
terrorist
could follow an uprising,
foresaw two months ago aifter
fter that cot
efuthe Middle E a st war.
would s(
send countless m ore refuJo rII E^es
gees fie
fleeing into eastern JorIt faces crushing problems:1; It
WInnifi Posfid
yO gf
—
RogUl er Frae All11 W«ok. WInni
IP *
lost its richest liind and its dan.
a!>n'oy and Thundi
Thundoy.
T l
Wsdnflidoy
Ks An
An Arab
ign, Ff" '
28-p l a n e
air force.
Its
Ar resistance cam paign,
;ked the gi
governm ent
calculates, C '
_ . 59,000-man arm y was knocked
be would
,
out. It has 230,000 refugees to3 be
would ggive Israel an excuse to
e rc n c e . .ol
o f an II-V leln am w a r g ro u p s
^
LEGS APARTr as ho tak es part in the conference
. SITTING
fed and housed.
refuse perm ission for the
3
w as hheld
e ld a t tho O v e r s e a s P r e s s
Brown. The m eeting was
,0
Is
JV , present refugee's to return to " Blnck Power advocate .H.At R ap side
And if it becomes clear that
Charles C
O w en R ice o f P itts b u rg h*',
Is Rt. Rev. M sgr. Charles
jj.
Club
in Manhattan Monday. his s
' U.S. 30 East to Eaitland Drlv»
i
their
homes.
J
o
rd
an
hopes
Isp
"
Israel intends to keep all the raelJ can be persuaded to accept
isslve ddcr
e m o n s tra tio n In W a sh in g to n
oups ann
announced it planned a massive
A
.p .j P a. A coalition of these groups
Jordan-claim ed territory west'j “of 150.000
down the Pentagon. (AP wlrephoti
w ire p h o to )
on Oct. 21 in an effort to shut do\
H urry, Ends WecJ.
M
or
more.
the Jordan River, Arab political
G a te s Open 8:00
f l
sale
^
.
Israel, has balked a t wholesale
circles say, King Hiissein's ' ] rereturn of Arabs because of an -jr
gim e could face an upheavaL• exhortation
gxhortat
by one governm ent I i
R R S T R-U-N
m
There is evidence that Jordgn official
official for them to ac t as "a ( f I
R e c o m m e n d e d -F or - - | H I
is trying to prevent any efforts
Sen° r “ thorn in the side of Israel.” SenA d u lt E yes Onlyl j
h
BH
T O THE M
U S K OF'
MUSIC
to explode arm ed resistance' ■'J
in ior diplomats h ere note th a t this
the .ti^Fltwy occupied hy Israel w as an isolated statem ent, and A
^
A t 9:00
H
despite iM aeli contentions the
(j,py dismiss
(jjj,
™ (jjpy
it a s A rab rhetoric.
govem raeTiris Inciting Arflb^-on
mgmtnsrt amartin lansotiofimduction
.w B
the rich we^t bank to rebel. , ^
Jordanian officials and West"c o u n try ’s future th a t they’ve
y’ve cceen
n tt of the 106-nation fund is roIff
By JOSEPH R. COYNE
coun
re
ern diplomats here say theree Is
fr
~O w
/
rhe sp
en t four to five y e a r s tryingg to qquuire
lr d to put any p la n inlo ef- H
^ I ^ A T
TH EE ORGAN
ORG
WASHINGTON
(AP) - The
speni
no Incitement and point out; Not
problem s surrounding
feet,
ding feet.
fl i
Johnson administration Is un- resolve
resol
one Israeli has been reported
]f
likely
r"?ed i T l U I
nkei; to convert two major in- each .
If finally app ro v ed , this con- |
killed on the w est bank since the
ternational
achievemcnls inlo
tern£
nw pri
P re s id e n t Jo hnson called last tingency
ting
plan w ouid be the first II |
Middle E ast w ar and no riots T J ™ ,
m assive support at the polls
oils week
w eek en d ’s
ag re em en t ■ ““lhe
die mm aajijo r revision in th e way the I
have erupted.
O I U
'
next year.
grea
g re a te s t -stejvlforw ard in world
orld wworl
o rld docs business since the B
^
Bu
But bolh will help shape the
The Israelis have made no
the (|na„
f in a n c ia l' cooperation’’ in two een
n dd of World W ar II.
H
•led
By KEN HARTNETT
ijve,
claim s of a rm s being smuggled
lives and leisure of many Amer- deca
decad es an d .said it will a d v amn cc e --------------------------------------------re t MILWAUKEE,
Wis. (A P) -“ fcan.
across the river, where secret
inlLW,
leans for years to come.
the vw e lfa re .o f all A m erican s.
gm
gnt. An
An ori
organization of young E£garlier this summer, U.S. of- .j-j^
crossings a re easy and frequent.
" f' T h e reduction o f tariffs and ^
jq fl Negroes
f|;,ja| reached agreement lo cul
'?ht ficials
j.th e m e a n s to finance m ore V
Security sources add that JoirNegroes plans to return tonight
„fl|. P(0 the
the predom inantly Polish
(arjfi on thousands of items
h^h tariff.^
dan arrested eight Syrian infiltra d e w ill m ean m o re jobs for U
tlie South
trators who tried to slip intb tlife
South .Side w here an open?™‘ over a five-year period in return A» m e ric a n s, the a d m in istra tio n K
f„^r cuts by olher non|E h tf„
occupied zone this month onn aa housing m arth M onday night
contends.
W
rae- brought
nuerrilla raid against the Israebrought out thousands of taunt- C o m m u n ist nalions.
lied T h e go v ern m en t estim ates ^
ing, threatening w hites.
A nd la s t w eekend th e U nited
Iis.
‘"S’
lj„„ th a t e v ery Sl billion in exports
L One- minor injury w as reOne European diplomat __
ob- portedj ]during sporadic bottle- S ta le s a g re e d w ith n in e leading m ean s 127,000 jo b s for Ameriin d u s tria l n alio n s on a fram eJ a c k p o t, N e v a d a
rock-throwing from white w o rk fo r c re a tin g new m oney, (0
'
” and roc
to can s. G overnm ent officials exI p eel the successful round of larpersons that shouted, "W e w^ant j,p|p
h e lp p a y fo r new trad e.
'
'
* ^ --J
slavesl" .Police estim ated thal go,
B o l h m o v e .s h a v o b i p a r t i s5aa nn ,^ff
' * talks to in crease .exports alHer though they h esitate lo say by
3,000 persons lined Ihe route' of s u p p o r t b u t lack nia.'isive v oter
,*‘A ipectaculor
^
m arch. *
attenn tio n given such questio n s how m uch,
y<
Spoof
"iipanavisionV^metnicolor
1
x The
" p opolice, equipped wilh riot aa stteth
(j, e V ietn am w a r a n d trouble
'Uts
, Burtffng
fn Itv 'grfiOS' ling:
ble I'oe.s of specific tariff cuts
fHe.r
red and tea;
tear-gas guns, prevented in th
,|„e c itie s.
contend
lhe.se could lead to inw
One man w as slightly injured
with Bond("
c o n te
1700 any serious
thee yYete t g o v e rn m e n t o fficials conan d dam age estim ated-at S700
seric clashes between tn
on- c rree a se
P lu s a t 11:00
“
s d im ports w hich couid afthe 250 m archers, s id e r th e m so im p o rta n t to lhe
resulted to h is automobile in1 a whites and
a
Ihe fe
f e e t 5som e U.S. obs.
---------- ------------- J----------------W
h e :----la y m ost of them m em bers of tthe
Y S H O W
single ca r accident late Sunday
—
W itilh Ihe m achinery for mone­
^
J I M M Y W AAKKEELLEE Y
,
rry Milwaukee
one-quarter m ile west ot Curry
Milwauk( Youth Council of the „
ta ry re fo rm inking place, the
for
10
Big Days
H
Begins
Friday
Night
National
Association
for
the
Ady non- C om m unist w orld is cx- , 6 3
on U.S. H ighway 30.
laul vancem
p ected lo have the m oney to pay
pay
Sheriff’s officers .said M ichael
vanceme:ent of Colored People.
in
a
the
Piano
Bar
n
F
ra
d
a
n
d
J
a
n
t
th
e
Plo
Qfe . Ten persons
w ere arrested, l - l n
S for grow
—
J . Em erick, 21. 1136 Wiimore
P
0 ing trade.
including
St., Twin F alls, escaped w,ith
ith "’cl“
<'ing two juveniles.
■M..I10I1 X g ^
PlII took
fo u r y e ars to d ra ft the
3p|,
HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) _>t
I
ted
The
Rev.
Jam
e
s
E.
GroppI,
HO
m inor-injuries nnd wa.s treated
ne «
lich
Oollor
^
,en nione
m o n e ta ry reform outline which
the Shoul
Should Alabama (Inv. Lurleen
u:ii:r.«iuwc(i.i\D
oasiiUfBT
iley y™
youth
ad viser, said the
and released from Magic Valley
th council
co
^er now m usl be a pproved by the
5 to $ 5 0 0
ght W
allace begin X-ray cancer
m archers would return tonight
Walli
TEC
jl,e ’■'terr
In te rn a tio n a l M onetary Fund
:id
c " . 'r
\ w ^ f
™HNICOLOR* MSIOH-fROMWAHHERBHOl
M emorial Hospital.
treatm ents next monlh, the
and said Gov. W arren P. treati
i
n
g
—
SABA
M
AC.
J
a
n
d
ratified
by
participating
—
His vehicle wns passing anotli- Knowles
Knowles should surtimon the therapy
will take three lo six
thera
luj ™'^"t
c o u n tries. A pproval from 85 per
e r on the left side, officers ,said,
weeks to complete, physicians
, 1“: National Guard.
week
when he pulled back into the
------ ----------- ---- -i‘W orld- 3 - ta rE■ egset-P
s t Puunncc hh b o a rd * * ------------- *“
last say.
P*“
", The Guard w as called oul last
right hand lane and lost control, sum m er when th e priest and the Sui
Surgeons at the University of
_
EVERY WEDNESI
WEDNESDAY
The vehicle swerved and skid- youth council
coi
)ur- Texa
Texas M. D. Anderson Ho.spilal
D
m arched in suburN o P urcfiase N ecessary
ecessar to Win!
d e d com pletely around in tn®
the ban Wauwatosa in protest
lest and 'Tum or Institute removed a
FEIEIlSULEItS'URSUJAIIDRESS
0 tl
highway, mis.sing the car it had agajnst
against m em bership by public
blic lemon-sizc
lemoi
tumor and a seclion
ion
1 ^ kl. I .
pn
DUVIDIIIVEH'WOODY
tUEII
,
ust passed and a large oncom- officials in all-white clubs, and
m d of thi
tlie governor's colon July 10.
^ '9 ^ ^
DH
11
F R IE D C H IC: KK EE NN D
DIN N E R
I
PhONL /J3-6.26
JOANMPEnErORSOIIWEUES
ng truck. The accidenj was ri=re- w
„ aass summoned
sui
earlier this
:his Rei
Returning Sept. 10 for aa
"" A R R I V I D E R C I , B A B Y ”
^J{
Eait
DAIIDH
UW'
DEBOntH
K
EII1I
Eai on U.S. 30 to Eatlland Drive
ported at lU lO p.m. .
, _ month during
di
rioting in the prechecl
ire- checkup,
Mrs. Wallace, 40,
rn Fried
S o u th eern
WmUHHOLDEK'CmBUSBDTEIl
3nt
w ith
WH
dominantly
----------- -------dominant Negro Inner core,'• probl
probably will be an out-patient
_
H urry, Ends Wed.
ALL YOU
“This was a w hite rio t,” said
aid as jdoctora determine whether
'Cf
Tq^ny Curtis and
G ates Open 8:00 ■
_
-N O W P L A Y lt^ G l: _
CAN EAT
■ F ather Gtijppl. "T hat crowd she £should undergo precaullonN ancy K w an
j
j
Conlinuoui
from 1:00
w as out of control. T hat disturbJ -ray treatment.
:SDAY ■.
....... I
- EVERY WEDNESDAY
rb- ary X
First A rea Showing
ijr o -------------------- ;---------------anceJof Tliird S treet (the Negro
W ed . O nly
to
,
Is
riot)
was
nothing
com
pared
SHOSHONE — Investigation is
“ NEVER tOO-LATE’*
| Add
ital this."
_______ A t 9:00
continuing into the accidental
this, _____________
If you plant it
,n
gunshot wound received by R ay
o r feed It —
324-5511
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BABY
BORN
Madisen, 47, Rupert, about
HOLLYWOOD (A P) - Singer
12; 30 p.m. Sunday outside .his
his
y ^John Gary and his wife, Lois,
{
c a r five mile.s west of Richfield.
[
■
becam
e parents for the fourth
D O N ’Tr M
M ISS
I S S ITI
State P atrolm an Ron Eggles' ‘d
Will liave it!
(] ' tim e Monday n ight — a 7-pound
ton, who investigated, said the boy
.
named John Andrew.
shotgun accidentally discharged,
^
the
J | R
striking M r. Madisen in the
back, during a family argugu- J
ADVENTURES
' U M M
mcnt, Mr. and Mrs. Madisen ‘ E l
w ere outside the car and their
SHAGGY L IH L E
M U B
three small children were in- E l
BURRO AND .
side tlie ca r nt the time.
E l
He was taken to St. Bene- ^ 3
diet’s Hospital, Jerome, w h e r e ; ■
he was treated and dism issed. M l
Sunday night.
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fl '
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lents Into Pol
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~ m1 Mustiee Braun
Br Mm
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I
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claudia
M arch M ay
“‘'B rin g U n re st Txl
CLUB
CAFE
^
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One-Car Crash
I
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Gov. W allace May
H ave Treatments '
j
^ CHADEVEREn:a;rs» ^
~
1
WIN $5 to $
,„m “BIGJ BERTHA”
BER
I
;? | rIO-REY = 1 ®
Rupert Man Is
Shot In Mishap
$1
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I Jeri Blakeslee
; Ml ss Bride
E
Of
J Byron C a r r ie r .
Su:
T Suzanne
Smith
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B U H L -M r. and M rs. M . F. __
■ ____ ______________________________
BUI
I daughter
of Mr. and M rs. J arck
ck
daugh
y '■ Smith
Sm ith. Buhl, announce th e en. .
V
I Blake
Blakeslee,'. F iler,-becam e the
th e H
i gagem en t and forthcom ing m a rKA
son
I bride o f Byron D. C arrier, son
I
riage
of
their
d
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h
ter,
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of . M r. a n d Mrs.. R o s c o e C a r v ^ B
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zanne..,tn,Willinm,R. B u fto n . .son___ ;____
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DAr- GERG&N—-—
^---------I- of- M r. and Mrj. G eo rg e Buf- '
,
I doubl
double rin g ceremony Ju ly 30
Bo* 1 5S2;
2; H
aielto n
Haiollon
^
I ton, Vancouver, B ritish C oluni- ______
a t the F ir s t Christian C hurch,
ch.
fj
I Aubui
Auburn, W ash.
,
vorites, If
I you h a v e a favorite
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Mis
M iss Smith Is a 1965 g ra d u aJllte ^P rU e W inning Banana B readi vorites.
I
Rev.
ed '
Rev M r. Helseth performled
a t.
/4 cup b u tte r
recipe, ju s t m ail it to the Recipe
I of Buhl High School an d i s at/J
I the Cl
cerem ony.
K n ir
gar
" '
D eparim
ep arimeen t, W om en’s Page Ed­
< x ,'* ^ " J^M
I tendit
tending the University bf Id a hIo ,’ 2,1 cup
“P s uwell
I
T he b rid e , given in m d rrla g e ■
eggs,
beaten
ilor. The
itor.
T h e recip e becom es tho
I w
h ere she will be a ju n io r this
jJ l b an an as, crushed
I by hi
her grandfather, I. L. JJaa- ■
’.'v .
where
.w ^
jj
I
3, ripe
property
p roperty fof the T im es-N ew s and
letI fall m
I <iobso
dobson, P ortland, wore a street'' ;
r ajoring In b u sin ess edu“ I 2j cups flour
cannot be re tu rn e d .)
ess
I ■ catior
cation. She is a m em ber, o f Al- y'A teaspoon .soda
f/ '
I length
lengtl w h ite linen sheath d ress
¥ H- Her,,,35
I featuring
a white lape pverfeatui
7 "'
r r - p h a pha IP h i Soroi-ity.
teaspoon-.salt
j?/
F A M IL Y F E T E D
'
t£ss, H e r bouffant 'fell of III —4 l£S^'
r
M r. Bufton attended th e Uniteas
-Mr.
Jnl- 11 teaspoon
baking pow der
F1I.F.K
FII.EK — Rev. a n d >Irs. Allen
tin
I lusion n e t was held by a satin
v e rs ity of Idaho- fbr fo u r y e a ir.s,
r s , 54 cup chopped nuts, optional"> R.
; ,
versit
r Rce.sor
Rci'.sd and son w cre guests
ouI headpiece.
She carried a bouheadp
I majo’i
m a jo rin g in electrical e n g in e ;erer- B ake in two loaf pans for one of
„(' |,„|,i,r
■
iMmiir nl a M eiliodisi Church
ind ;
I quet of w hite carnations and
I
ing.
H
e
was
affiliated
w
ith
h
o
u
r
Phi
in
a
300
degree
oven.
Ice
r-N
ing. 1
‘■L' picnic be
held at th e fairgrounds.
I pink rosebuds enhanced w'ith
ith
K appa Tau Fi-atcraity. M r. Buf!uf- w ith a tth in coating of powdered
'Hie R
Rei'.^ .; '' ''
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Kappi
<^0 The
ci'siirs a r e leaving l-'ilcr
I w
hite streiim ers.
white
ton is playing professional foot30t- s u g a r ic in g and crushed nut.'!.' j„
ii,c ne^:
in
Ihc
n
e a r future a n d will move
:
r ' Jean
Jea n ie Blakeslee, s iste r of
ball w ith the B. C. L io n s of (The
( jb e 'Tim es-N ew s \vill pay $.110
S.') lo Idaho l-'alls.
. ' . '.T s | B
1
.or.
I I the b ride, was maid of honor.
V ancouver.
e a c h wi
w e ek for tho b est rccipe
pe I|
-V- X- aih„ H
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I Glenn C arrier, Pacific, W ash.,
: \ f '
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A D ec. 30-wedding Is p la n n eled.
d , ssuu b m ittt
itte d fo r Magic Valley I'a■a- TRV TIM ir.S-NEW S WANT ADS
I brother
of the bridegroom ,
brothi
m H
I served
servei a s best man.
—
:er,
I
Soloist was Sheila L edbetter,
■' .■--SwTT
I Pacific, accompanied b y MIrSi
rsi
I Jim F letcher, Auburn, who also
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MR. AND MRS. BYRON D. CARRIER_________
ing —---------------------.------------------I played
——
playe th e traditional w edding
* m
music.
usii
Linda F orest, Buhl, and ColCin
-ol- Clndy
C arrier, sister of the bbridi
rid e w as h o n o red a t two p re *
MR. AND MRS..
S.. CLAIR SI
SEVERSON
Lin
bride
registered t hh e nuptial
nupi show ers hosted by D ondoni photo)
. leen Bingham , Filer, w ere bridegroom,
(Leedoiri
— candi
candielighters and ushers w ere guest
-•— ^-------------------------------guests.. G ifts were displayed by nna
a Blakeslee, B etty Hawkiiis
Jim Blakeslee, brother of the Linda
Lindi Forest;'C olleen Bingham
a m aand
n d M rs. L in d a W right, F lie r,]
- ■- .
e
rs
were
a
t
each
side.
A
large
bride
rse
bride,
a
n
d
Leon
Gibson,
uncle
and
icle
B
e
tty
Hawkins.
Brideidea
and
n
d by Mrs. L e o n Gibson, P a cici*
i- ■I
' .. ■
Miss Crockett,
“bouquet of m iniature gladioli
th bridegroom.
loll of the
groor
;ets fic.
H
groom's cakes and flee packets
fic.
and greenery w as placed at one The
The church was d ecorated
ob>1.
H■
ted were distributed by Joan JacobSeverson Soy
fsl^ou
slde..of. the a lta r and a bouquet
ust w
-with-'
ith-whlte candelabra enhanced
ced son aand Shelley J a c o b s o ttj^ u w as on the piano. Bouquets of w ith p in k satin bows and
sins
(
ind
of th e bride.
Jw
/\A j
W e d d in g V ow s
Miss
W alk er,
the yellow gladioli and greenery
i^ry streai
stre a m e rs and baskets of w hite
lite Cof
Coffee a n d punch w ere served
c
HANSEN — Christy Jewwell
cii w ere als
also tied in the center “f
of gladioli
gladii
and pink carnations,
M N ancy Gihson and M rs. Pi-p
ms. by Mrs.
Crocliett, daugliter of Mrs. Charttie arch and candelabra.
har- the
A rreception was held im m edi:di- Virgil Luntiand, Pacific. Mrs. F reem an N am e
lotte Crockctt and the late M rs. Charles
(
Helm an, Gard- ately
a(g|y a fte r the cercmony in the Jacol
Jacobson, Portland, aunts of the \ A / ,
G eorge Crockett, Hansen, be- nervlile,
ll;" W e d d in g Date
nen'ille, Nev., sister of Ihe
'"e fgHo,,
fellowship hall. The b ridle’s
e’s bride, cu t and served the cake,
cam e the bride of Clair Severbride,
v
verwas m atron of honor. ,n|,|g
table w a s covered w ith w hite
ilte Gut
Guests attended from Idajio,
IJ”;
F E R R Y -K a th e rin e
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Bridesmi
ohn Bridesmaids
w ere Jan e Bennett,
,
'j ; lace and centered with a threeee- Oreg(
Oregon, California and Washing- GLENNS
‘j
Severson, Bonner.'! F erry, at PParm
V irginia W alker will becom e^
arm a, a .college roommate;
ted ton
I®’ tiered w edding cake decorated
evening rites held Aug. 5 at Snsan 1Rosenb'aiim, Kimberly,
1 th e bride of D a v id F reem an inin'
'' ' ' w j.u
ith pink rosebuds, w hite bells
The couple look a wedding
2ils
the Kimberly Christian Church,
Mrs Vyrl Alcorn, Moscow,
rch. and Mrs.
pal
!);• andj silver leaves. The cak e wvas
as trip to
i S a n Diego, where they rites Sept. 2 a t G ra c e Episcopal
H oward Larsen officiated a t the Douglas
Dougla Pendleton, Pocatello,
,
2
C
hurch.
" ' topped w ith a miniature bride
ide will rreside while the bridegroom
Stefani B ro th e rs of S a n FFra
w as the bridegroom 's attendant,
j r ^ bridegroom under tw o lace
double ring cerem ony.
ran cisco
Miss W alker, daughter of M r.
ace is ser
serving wilh the Navy.
Mi
,L ■ and
‘
The bride was given In miarar- Tim Hill,
Hill D avid Thom as, Shovas a^nd
n d Mrs. W orth W alker, w as
ull
wedding
bells.
Wliite
tapered
|
red
A
pre-wedding
luncheon
was
bring
to
T
v/in
F
a
lls
a
n
th
e
s
d
fh
M
a y f a ir
j
van
shone,
and
B
r
I'a
n
Crockett,
V
,
riage by her elder b ro th e r, Jvan
i
ho- gSrarf
ra d u a te d frnm Glenns F e r r y
ans hoslei
hosted fo r the bride at the RhoGardnerville,
Nev., brother of candles and pink carnations
Crockett, Loveland, Colo.
G ardner
furs of o p u le n c e , b e a u ty a n d q u a lj
be"
H
igh School.
' ■ ■
dodendron
Inn,
Auburn.
T
h
e
High
decorated
the
table.
doden
The bride w as gowned Inn a the bride,
bridi w ere ushers.
Mrr. F reem an , .son of M rs.
M
ity. Yours a t g r e a itt s a v in g s d( u r in g
^
__
the
floor - length A-line creation1 ot Brian C rockett lighted ^he
EEarJ
a r l Hooberry, Middleton, w/aa s '’
turarch
on the altar, and Kim
^
white organza over satin featurig h
Ihe M ay fair's A u g uiust
s t F u r She
S h o w in g .
g ra d u a te d from M iddleton H igh
ing long lily point sleeves,, a Crockett and Kelly Crockett,
School and s e rv e d three y e airs
rs
DOd- Loveland
Loveland, Colo., nie.cs and nephlightly fitted princess style bodw ilh the M ilitary Policc in (ieer-r­
ot the
ice, a lace yoke styled highI at ew of
th bride, lighted the spim an y; . He Is now staiioned at
al
We urge y o u , c o m lee ssee
e e . Kno
K n o w th e
jp
iver ral candi
candelabra.
the neckline and extending over
th e King Hill P o rt of E n try
the
the sleeves, and a border of Stacy Crockett, flower girl,
^*"^1
luxury
a
n
d
jo
y
o
f
’
y
yo
o
u
r
fur
c
d
r
e
a
m
station.
i
I"' N
ace an d Mitchell
Crockett, ringbearlace a t the hem line. A long lace
Mite
¥ ¥ ¥
er, Gar
G ardnerville, Nev., were
train flowed gracefully from her er.
come true.
rial also the niece and nephew of
shoulders held by a self-m aterial
bow. H er shoulder - length net th e bride.
bride
0
Pei
Peace G u ild
We havi m a n y u n u s u aoll f u n a n d «!'
i l y l o i In-om A sex
sextet, Donna Froehllch,
veil cascaded bouffantly from
eluding—0 0 7 i t y l t in illvor h a ir li«a a l — tho
vith M rs. Ter
Terry Butler, Lou Ann Cala jew elled crown enhanced with
AAe
M
e
m
b
e
rs
M
eet
new
boidtr
lo
o
k
—
Or.
Z
h
iv
a
g
o
i
:a
rle
n
,
Sylvia
Freestone,
S
u
s
a
n
Or.
Z
h
iv
o
g
o
»fyle
In
%l
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aurora borealis stones. She car- len, Sylv
(auff broadtail w llh SobI*
ioble trim
Irlm oi P#r»lcn
• " ' ' j f ' ''f f i r
low Rosenbai
Rosenbaum and Christy Crock- By
g y ABIGAIL VAN BU RENJ .kept that
ried an arm bouquet of yellow
I
promise.
pil
FILER — P e a c e Guild m em ^
lomb
wllh
m
ink
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i
w
#ll
ell
t>i
a
o
cq
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p
lo
t#
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ett sang, accom panied by Sam
roses.
™ DEAR ABBY: The other eve-|
ve-| Yea
Years have passed and now
f'" ’ bers
b e rs drove to th o hom e of M rs.
Iln* of tig u la r f u n .
;ap- Kevan. 1Rev. M r. Larsen sang,
An arch of lighted yellow tap'ith ^j our pi
problem is, in filling out job
"S' ning Ij w a s ready to go o ut with
I’ob Ralp
R alph Pielstick, H agerm an, for
For
iral accompanied
by Mr. Kevan. Sylers w as on the a lta r, and spiral
accompa
applications, where it asks,
'y'' my jj,
fiance when he asked m e 10
lo applic
I'S. their
th e ir August m e e tin g . Mrs. Edid;ap- via Frcei
Freestone w as organist, and pjeasj
candelabra of lighted yellow tap■"
please change my dress. He said
[be
2 dayi o n ly , A u ggust
u s t 2 9 a nn d 30
aid "Have
"Have y o u ever been arrest■sl- dis
d i s . Lam m ers presented the
— she and Mr. K evan played duet j,g
-------------------------------------he jdjid n 't like me in " p a n ts.”
s.” ed?" Should we say YES or
open
er opening devotional service a nndd
r preliide music and the wedding
y^|j|jy
'"B Abby, I w asn’t wearing pants.
Its. NO?
•
M
M rs.
rs. ' H arvey M axson led the
[he
1
n ' m arches.
jI „was
a j w earing a divided sk irt,
^ ch es!
irt. Plei
Please answ er in your column
P " topic
topic study.
IVTfS..J e rry Butler registered called “ culottes.”
■. as we
we a r e too ashamed to sign
-yh
'E"
The
group
v
o
te
d
to
hold
a
b
a
­
t>a*l'ne
i
quests. The table w as covered
go our
our nam
['d My m o th er said I couldn’t go
» es. Thank you.
z a a r in N ovem ber. M rs. W illiam
^wiih
X a an
n ' em broidered cloth and
the
TWO le-YEAR-OLDS’ yodc
_ out with
him unless I vore the
Y oder and M rs. C arl D runkow
1
guests Ui
used a long green plum7
3rn
rcDoi
culottes,
so
there
I
w
as,
torn
,
re
p o rte d ' on v is its made to ill
™ « ' m y fiance and m y mo{
J
ed quill pen.
no- d e a r TWO; You w ere only
;
between
"'y people.
Kathy Froehllch, Mrs. Tom
/ /'
!
caught
a
n
d
warned:
This
Is
nofj
™ th“'er r./
K athleen S ie v c rs and .Sandra
Proctor,
H
ansen,
and
Mrs.
Don
fi. the same as being " a rre ste d .” Sievers. g ra n d d a u g h te rs of M rs.
' -^ 3
(
Proctor,
Then
y mother lold my flA
4
J
J. he
, mshould
I
Bryan, TTwin F alls, arranged theJ ance
j^ jj
apoligize to mnee, ;That
I'lT"'! you would ask, however, pPiei-stick,
w ere guests. S a n dl7a
ra
tables. Carl Crockett and
“
5
.
gift tabli
„y!
Is
a
good
sign.
5
)^^^
,
1,. and he s a id he didn't have any- is a E
S
ievers
told
a
b
o
u
t
.a
c
h
u
rc
h
Crockett, cousins of the
Judy Cn
DOOW
, “™
thing to apologize for, th a t he
r"e'l- * ^
W NNTOW N TWIN FALLS
convention she h a d attended re
bricle, accepted
the gifts from
1
a(
should h av e the say in w hatt'’^I DEAR
DE/ ABBY; The letter you
° , “cenJ’)','
tly in S e attle.
H u
guests.
U
s
e
o
n
vveein ie n t M oyfolr C h a rg e3 A ccount
\
the guest
your
c
m.. published
from the m other of M rs. M arvin R u b ie r Is h o stPUhlis
A fivefive-tiered w hite cake, dec- w ear w hen I go out with him
;re a retarded child moved m e to. e s s lor
. the S ep t. 14 meeting an d
1
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A
j
My
m
other
said
after
w
e
w
ere
JT
LLI
orated vwilh yellow lilies and
il. tears,
. be h eld In the evening
I,, m arried
m aybe, but not until,
tears, fo r my husband a n d u |‘I it. will
greenery and topped with a clu.5'] have also walked through this
, ‘ home.
a t, her
wedding bells, centered . Well, m y fiance left, and ,ceI valley.
A 'Z
ttefr ot ™
^
------ r ----------- - •
,. 1, H
haven't heard from him since
reception table. A satin cloth
I V 'f-L ' I
the recep
:ly
Dy, Our second child was severely
„> andj y,it's been four days. Abby,
floor-length organdy rufI
''/i
w ith a fll
ruju t retarded,
and we were also cru’
I
love
him
and
I'm
w
orried,
but
retard
fled
'
v \ ' I" v /a '
fled flounce
floun covered the table, iI don't think I should break
lak cified by thoughtless people,
‘
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^A bouquet of yellow gladioli down
lu? One
Oiie w om an (a toml stranger)
3r)
n d call him, do you?
and Bells of Ireland fla n k ed We’ve
™ "" ba ee
I
id,
hs. came up t o my door and said,
n engaged six m onths,
with._Ughted..mellow . tflpcrs_ In
- ^ - (■zof c V /1 4 ------ with._Ugi
,t's
) "I hei
hear y o u have a baby that's
.........................W
ORRIED
> > •»*-■„'!< ' . I W f
gg rr ee ee nn candelabra. A silver
iot
idiot. I ’ve never seen an idiot
"
an ldi(
punch bo
bowl com pleted table ap- DEAR WORRIED: Call HIM
L / / * t ~r* I-' Y
punch
IM and I c a m e to sce yours."
polntments.
cIT '/'/ '
I
pointmen
IES
lay I told
and ‘apologize. You don’t say
to h e r that my son was
I
Cake and punch w ere served
,,, how old
you are, but a w omlan
an not on
or display to anyone of her
‘■•I- l 3 I by Mrs.“ Stoddard Jacobsen,
curiosity.
who’s
b
^
n
engaged
for
six
cruel
Gardnerville,
Nev., aunt of the
’
Gardnerv
■un Alth
Although we wcre nlso blessed
Mrs. Ivan Crockett, Love- months should be able to run
f l i . ■■■'.
bride; Ml
ch- wilh two
normal, brilliant chil„„ her
love life without coachi
land, Colo., and M rs. Brian
,ing own
®'
m
r
dren
from
her
mother.
If
your
1who have brought us much
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Crockett, G ardnerville, Nev., '"E ''
gy, joy.
■' fiance
joy, oour little retarded son has
sisters-in-law of the bride.
nance accepts your apology,
>es given us depth of love and un~ {’1“
m a '’'^
rry h im before he changes
Ladies of the Christian Wornsts
derstanding
we never could have
dersta
en’s Fellowship
assisted in serv-' his m ind. A man who Insists
Felk
m-- known w ithout him.
on w earing the panls In his fam
ing at the reception.
U"
Wliat w e considered al first
i„. “y
Ily can’t lie all bad.
Wha
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The couple visited Glacier
"a cross to bear” has become
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one
of life ’s richest blessings. J f
' Lake Louise and Baniff, Can- DEAR ABBY: When I was ;irl you olfeel tfiat this will bring a
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years o ld, I and another girl
fi
h
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ada, and N orthern Idaho during years
let ihtle
w ere , cau g h t taking a w allet
Ihlle Ibit o f courage to new parwedding trip .
<>
their wed
la- ents oof a retarded child, please
The bride
w ill continue her from 'the dim e store. The m anabr
ive print it.
i(j ger
i
senior ye
year studies a t the sta.te
Ser cau
c g h t us, made us give
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RETARDED CHILD
and
said
he
was
going
to
call
Ihey will m ake their home.
'er
our ]*
paren ts. He told us never
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in. Prot
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_ ^to set
fo o t In his store again.
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C'ub m
meembers discussed the
places they would like to visit
I'A
and what
“ "<* m eans of transportatlon
tlon they
they would use to get there,
n“Jt the
a t the home of , '
the meeting
m
M rs. Gene
Gei Shaft, Twin Falls.
Mrs. Verna
Clifton
and Mrs,
^
J . C ,-Johnson
received gifts,
,,J c
M rs. Guy
K im ball w as In
Gt
charge of
ol gam es and contests,s,
and prizes
w
ere
aw arded Mrs.
q i
prize
Roy Lancaster,
M rs. Reuljcn
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Lan
Llerm
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Llerman,
and
and Mrs..
Mrs. E dw ard Reichert.
Refreshm
Refresh ents w ere served by '
M rs.
rs, Shaft
Shai and M rs. Alda Orthei. Mrs.^
.
Mn B arron and Mrs.
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tA u g .'29-30, 1967
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l l ]In V a lle y
h o rta g e Not
N o Critical
T e a c h e r SShe
comments, " I don’t
liclzed T he
itese women, usually mliddle'from
iddle'fro
O regon. Utah and Okla- district,
(Ji
Despite the much publicized
lomes hor
homa a s w ell as the local com- tlthink the public rea liz e s that we
jghout aged an
shortage of teacliers throughout
< d wilh perm anent homes
filled
munity,
.
ai
1
does
in
th
e
community,
have
mu
are.competing
w ith o th e r states
the country, the situation
thi
size will be sim
ilar fc
-At Clas.sroom
C
imilar
fo r our teachers and th a t we
not appear to be critical inI Mag- the gfi a p in many schools.s. ,Al
chools Shoshone,
where there w »re; sev- lo last y e a r and there are-E- two ju s t can’t hold up a g a in s t higher ■“
ic Vaiiey with most schools
Shosh'
hnth for music leach- ---- opefting^n-- 6 c-hedul6 --lhis--wcclt.-ren—tc
- w c c k ^ - rpplnrenipnls Ihls y eairr in
jn avacancies
t
M ch- p(
populated states like Callfori ,"
the
staff, Supt. Ken- ers in bigh schools In the coun- un ia
■' A few' WlIl begin- Sept. 5.
the 30-memher
30
said he feelss the ly,
ly.
In Twin Falls however,r, the neth
neth Crolhers
(
He added th a t - he had had
Gooding
also needs a vocal th e m ost difficulty in finding
a s ccom
o m mmu n ity is fo rtu n alc 10 have
hav e
C
269-strong teaching staff■ w
was
m
u
sic
'teach
e
r,
but
Dee
Keller,
q
i
before
th
e
s
e
"
c
a
p
tiv
e
"
te
a
c
h
e
rs
.
mu
elier, qualified science, sp ecial educajust com pleted the week before these
said an elemen:men- ti(
tion, chemistry and counseling -,
eludes
""I i cca n think of no jo b w«hich
h ich superintendent,
sup
school began, and it includes
pe
compared to a, relaisis bbeet
t t e r , eith er fro m tim ee ■inin- tary
l a r m usic instructor, Mi's, Rob- personnel,
49 neW teachers.
tive abundance of E n g lish and
wn lo
o lv e d , o r pay, for a h o u seewife
w ife ert
e rt C aron, will teach Iwo hours tii
"W e've never been down
lo vvolvtc
ching
daily
in
th
e
junior
high
school,
so
:hool,
social
studies
te ach ers,
!st H.
the wire like this," E rnest
H. a n d andm o th e r lhan a te a c h in g dai
four hours in Ihe grade
grade The Twin Falls school system
■Ragland, superintendent, said,
sa id , j o jo
b ,"b ," he com m ented. H e said
s a id plus
plu
in th e morning, so they d id
i nbt have to re s o rt to a low"and 1 think it indicatesI Ih
that
at ththe
e ppaay does exceed m a n y oother
th e r school
sch
night
will not be wilhout any vocal eerin
r g of standards o r increase
Jsilion tytypes
p e s of w ork a w o m a n m
ig h t will
we are not in a healthy position
ipalimusic.
,
,
in
classriO T irlo afrlJE cau stn Jt “
k e aan d the hours a r e c o m p a li- mu
in Idaho.” Generally, he said, latake
vhich a teaqher shortage th is year,
. the staff Is completed inI late ble
ble wwiiih family lile.
TThe p a rtic u la r field in which
ill to bbuu t dtficlalj w eren’t confirm ing
TTw
w oo leach!;rs were hired wilt)
wilh teachers
leai
a r e m ore difficult
June. •
VMrtificates in Sho- find
fine v aries from year lo year, tthh a t the situation w ould rem ain
With 49 new teachers, repre- provisional
provis
th e sam e next y ea r,
and
he
com
m
ented.
Several
years
w
ver,
shone,
Mr.
CrOlhers
said,
sentinc a^^g-Tier ccnl turnover, shone,
ere
"If our leacher s a la ry scale
men- ago E nglish teachcrs w
were
yslem inm tw
the Twin Falls School system
twq years~several elemengo up, It w iil undoubtedvhich scarce,
he noted.
ddoesn’t
c
image tary
will retire, which
sea
recorded its highest percentage
tary teachers
t
asly
he worse next y e a r — and
story, mmay
a threat lo fillingg the Al
A R u p ert Doyle Lowder,
of new personnel in its history,
ay pose
j
ports I Can’t say w hat w ill happen
sistant superintendent, reports
sisl;
Normal turnover Is 15 per cent, staff.
staff.
rlage if il does," Mr. S tau d a h er said,
All
are filled a t Hail- lhal a m ore seriou.s shortage
Mr, Ragland said.
All positions
i
ened
Summing up, tb e tw o officials
ul the ey
n d officials there said each of te a c h e rs has been averted
In most schools throughout
ey aan<
m ar- pointed
oul th a t T w in Falls
:ruitby
the
la
rg
e
percentage
of
pc
teachers are recruitarea, the teaching staff is com- yyea
earr some
;
bolh ele m e n ta ry and
ried w om en filling teachingg po- schools,
sc
plete, although music teachers
ed fro
from oulside Ihe districl.I, At riec
ichers ed
unlor ssecondary,
will not h a v e an ac:ombb sili(
sitions. Tw o posts, one in junior
e
mand Je
ro mme , Supt. William Ij'pscom
seem to be in greater demand
Jero
ntary tu a l leacher shortage this year,
than supply, with two needed
a ttrib i
eeded attributed
the full rosier to1 the high
higl and one in elementary
since the average s ta ff was '
ghily gra
grades, a re still unfilled.
sii
a t the Cassia county schoolII sys- fact
fact thal
t allendance is slighlly
com pleted in tim e fo r classes ■
■ades M inidoka school olficials have co
low
tem and one at Gooding.:,
lowerer in the elementary grades
itside an
recruited teachers from outside
a r d student enrollm ent will be
School adm inistrators point this
this yyear,
reci
the same a s la s t year,
:hers lhe d istric t and slate and have about
ah
out that in m any cases, Ihe
an of Ihe Jerome teachers
the MMany
stem
Nearly half of the n ew teach - 1
son- new ones in Ihe system
shortage of teachers which1 nor- are
are perm
pi anent residents off lhe some
e r s are from o ut of state, a l- '
from C alifornia and Utah.
m ally .would result from thee fact county,
co u n tj he noted, and as such, fror
of money is termedi the thi
though the system d id not acL
th a t young people are not going are
are nol
n affected by the offer Lack
ly in ti\
tively recruit a n y s ta ff memreasb n for difficulty
’icient ofof bbei
e tte r paying positions out- biggest
big]
into the profession in sufficient
eachers.
Active recru itm e n t may
keeping
an
d
completing
teachb
e
ind
i.s
.side
the
slale.
kee
num bers to fill the demand
side t:
icials ing staffs.
be
b e resorted lo n ex t j ^ e a r if the
offset by m arried women, ofler
ofter CCassia
as; oounty school officials
s it
stan t situation
docs not im prove, Mr.
leach- atat BBurley
said teachers on1 the G eorge Staudaher, assistant
referred to as "captive” teachu
superintendent of the Twin Falls SSt!taudaher concluded.
232-member
faculty w ere hired sup'
ers.
232-m(
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P IC K L E LOVERS U NITE!
ITE! Acci
According to 1. T . “ P ete” Creed,
Ireed,
vers. Tha
That’s wliy hc an d bis wile have
all children aro pickle lovers.
shed and bottled over 50 gallons
grow n, picked, cut, w ashed
ns of
pickles, all destined to end up on the; tables at the Idaho
Youlh Ranch. Tho C reeds
eeds packed
pac
an avefage of seven
ll^
m e n ts M ad e I
Improvemen
!ione F a lls I
At Shoshone
Committee
^
OK’sRent
SuBsidies
!
IIIIUIII
had the
the SO
SO ]gallona. Mr. Creed says,
gal
gallons a day until they had
eaters . . . . . . an d we hope to do this
““KK ids aro always pickle !eaters
ds intend
Intend toto send more cucumbers
mmtore often.” The Creeds
nch so
so that
that the house m others can
to
to th e Idaho Youth Ranch
of
pickles.
mi
m ake up other varieties of pickles. TT he 50 gallons a re all dill.
I967XALVERT DIST. CO., 10UISVIL1.E. KY.
PR 00F^65» GRAIN NEUTRAI. SPIRITS 6 1967jCALVERTJ
BIENDEDWHISKEY-86PR00F^65»C
County Fair
WASHINGTON (AP) ;ts of
ot develo
developm ent ot the park, but ®
One ot the final projects
- The There w ill be striped tents
ents
approval of a land appraisal is S j.
th i sea.son foi^the Twin Falls approi
ill $411 on the south lawn of the
stlll'pp<en d ln g It has been necesr t r e ^ d e p a rtm e iit’has b'ee e n still
sub.si- White House and from them
iem
^oger sary tito reappraise tbe property i
completed. City Planner Rog?r
3r its
will flow free pop corn and
a s th e first method did not meet
IHarsh reported Monday.
votes h„t d o g s and ice cream and
'•
He said street crews, asIS an fe d e ra l approval.
ations cotton candy and soda pop
additional project, have Justit fin- T h e Boise Cascadc properly,
I
and candled apples,
tentatively
called the H a y e s M
ished paving the parking and te
n ta ti
said
And, if you aro from six
ut on P a rk , will be developed into a H
view area a t Hayes lookout
ll ele- to 18, a n d the child or grand>ndFalls, neighborhood
park over a two- r a
the road into Shoshone Falls,
nelghb
ition's child of one of the nation’s
its in y e a r period,
Mr. Scheuffele said.
Many of the rough spots
p
\
protop
officials,
you
will
bc
be
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inydn
the road going into the canyon
;ilies” able lo toss rings, race in
H |
^
have also been bladed oft and
‘‘the sacks, be amused by clowns
wns
fl I
repaved,
M r. Marsh said.
d “ Inn
Ivlce” and b ark ed at by barkers.
I I
ave
the park a re a Itself, crews hhave
The Sept, 12 event, billed
graded and placed asphalt on
.
iduled
by
L
ad
y
Bird
Johnson's
the area above the falls “used
used
■
ashon press
officc as an old fashCH ARLES C. HART
forWASHINGTON (A P ) - 3 n-The
for boat docking and for park$40 ioned
i
country fair “ unique
. . . pioneer Buhl a r e a adm lnistralion g ot th e fullomniing ot cars and boat trailers.
i
m
illion
it
asked
for
r
e
n
t
subsi'
ations In W hite House history,”
farm
h is A l l '
ta'r er an d prominent breeder dies and $537 m illion for
, The roadw ay leading into'? this
its ,will bc open to 500 boys and
■ ■ 1 ■
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)etter
of M ilking Shorthorn dairy model
area Is also surfaced for better
cities program ^ in ; votes
and
WASHINGTON
(AP)
Ally,
cal
and |girls.
Atty.
cattle,
died
Sunday
night
in
(
utilization ot the facilities, and
b
y
the
Senate
A
ppropriations
,
injoy. Gen.
Gen. fRamsey Clark reports that a Tw in F a ils nursing home. U r
'Span_______
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■ greater convenience and enjoyof persons involved
e I $40 .
ilved He bad been a resident of Committee.
m ent of the boaters and w|ya(er
aler convictions
convic
Johnson has ■'illsaid T -l
in organized crime and gamRani- FFlliier since 1&4G, and w as m President
i
• 1)
• skiers,
ineer, bling
39 per ccnt In fiscal
5]
iscal 5selected
to the Dairymen’s thlo\e two programs a re vital ele- i
R on'Scheuffele, city ejiglneer,
b 'jn s rose
'
m
ents
of
Ihe
ad
m
in
istratio
n
's
i
Q
get
1567—
bul
a
Republican
group
Ha
:roup
Hal!
of
F
a
m
e
in
1959.
un
said the city still hopes to get
‘‘pledge to bring hope and pro- i
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o f—
in said- h? e was "fighting a w ar ot
± in
work started on the park
lo lhe n atio n ’s cities” i
■ tgre.ss
o
city re
re tre
tre aa l'i' against o r g a n i zzee dd
r
■., »
the northeast p a rt of the city
through Ihe applicalion of ‘‘the
-jj
which was donated by Boise c rim e .."
The ,
O5
new est ideas and w ise st advice” j
C larl
la rk said convictions resultJ
f
j
Cascade Corp.
==“11
omt l urban experts.
deral Ing fro
O
M r. Scheuffele said federal
frc m FBI investigations and
3Vided
. Democratic leaders scheduled 1
J u stice
s tic e Department prosecu- ^
funds have been approvedi for Ju
fo r Wednesday floor actionon |LIVERPOOL, England (A P) ,
■al aid
------------------------------------------ tions
tions ilin the organized crim e and
e a th
m the
up —i Police removed pills from
g am bling fields totaled 197 durto e measures, p a r t of an ,omninager
^ler t>u3 $10.4 billion appropriations
0 1 ^ ing th e year and that as of June
iprove I
Beaties' m anager
,pa„ 5. Brian
E pstein Monday for labo30, an o th er 330 defendants were O J
“ o'
ilry t>i'l'
irt
lo •
i
aw aitin g trial. He said convicin
and
analysis
in
an
effort
to
; in
Officials of the H ousing
I
PU°rban Development Depart- determ
ine whether they, togeth­
[1
tions were based on “ sound in- B U RLEY — A formal hearing
Jgcth___ - —n t /
me.
,
Injed
on
the
critic
a
l
ground
waler
sil®
_
Saial a Satvestigative
techniques untainted
'
O
v estig a
of m cnt have estim ated the)grara
$tO er wilh liquor he drank
^ould j,avg
,ves- uatlon in the Oaklcy-Murtaugb
by im proper electronic eavesw as million subsidy p ro g ra m will
al- -jimes
' P-™- Wedp
n
‘
cau.sed
his
death.
dropping, which has som etim
es
en’s low financing of 44,500 bousing In
ution ne.sday in the Cassia County ily
in d e n successful prpseculion
h indered
units for low-income fam ilies. ■*-E pstein, 32, v(ho was found
courtbou.se, reports Jack Bar- of
^morc jjg j] jjj 1,1J Belgravia bome
By IB IL t SIMMONS
in th e past."
r; The abrmnittee v o te d Monday f
Wm S b u m I
„,iii nell.
of
tho
Stale
Reclamation
DETROIT (A P) - The "aver- H
„ o w ev er,, the House Republiills to
mW the S“
lo
2^“
:
'
'tO
'allaW
j537
m
illio
n
for
J_ "day, had been taking pills
<3“'
age rioter" in Detroit is , pic- can T ask Force on Crim e .said: D epartm ent.
uia
oe
counter
the
effects
of
hepatitis
latitls
a TMk J k T H
model cities p ro g ram . The
jJ Keith Higginson, Reclamation nic
tured as a N egro male 20 toHtv28
^
. and
glandular illness which
ivhich '■'>R“lations as. in-i d, ep artm en t engineer, will con-. President had asked for . $662
T
years old, a resident of the city, ev itab ly discouraging the use
vision troubled
him for months,
of
million but the H ouse provided
J.,
who was a rreste a dh a cTiiifp
y n j,. acceptable and legal’l in- duct th e hearing. In 1963 the foi
s bill. An autopsy will be performed
rmed
® of jo
sound,,
only
$237 million.
area
aro
u
n
d
Arte,sian
Cily
al
e
proIn
London
Tuesday, The result
looting.
vvestigative
estica
techniques in com- M urtaugh, Kenyon Farms, north vidThe program gives federal aid '
T hat's the composite picture b a tin g organized crim e."
in the will determ ine whether ann inW - •
“ u^
to cities which d raw. The
u p quest
,
of O akley and Cottonwood are a , jjo
that em erges-from police statis­
w ill be held. If one is> necla ’
comprehensive plans to improve
^
near tb e o ld Buckhora ranch be- t^vi
tics on the 7,207 iidults arrested
It for essary,
it probably will beI held
m
education.
m tween A rtesian City and Oakley housing,
In the w eek ot July 23 during I j i l i
:rtransfull on Wednesday.
> —L . J
,ri_
„
portation,
heaUh,
recre
atio
n
and
was
closed
because
ol
declining
ge,
looting,'burning and violence in
House
-------------------,.
sanitation in slum s.
w ater levels, caused by heavier
cai
the nation’s fifth largest city.
T ^J]
differ- USE TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS
"
L al
pum ping fo r irrigation,
All but 150, held on additional
augb eeiThe rent subsidy program
- FOR F A S T SELLING RESULTS
ULTS ____________________________
Since th a t tim e, the Reclam
a- —
CHICAGO (AP) - An esll- Sli
Wedprovides tliat a low -incom e famcharges filed against them1 be- CHIC
ileted m a te d 660 to 600 persons w ill1 die tion D e p artm en t,.h a s entered
lunty ily pay no more thai) 25 por cent |
fore the riotr- 'KaVe com pleted
3ond; in tr
traa ffic
accidents during the into fin an cial cooperative agree-B ar- of ils income for re n t. If more
their trials o r a re free on bond;
i
Iday men
ment w ith the U.S. Geological
78-h6ur Labor D ay holiday
ation money is needed to s e c u re adeReports from the recordss bu- 78-honi
ifety Surv
Survey to have the ground re­ quale housing, the co st would be .q,
cjfce w eekend,
the National Safety
reau of the Detroit ScJtce
eekei
sources Investigated. As thealion
re­ m et by the governm ent.
lit of Councl
Council said Monday.
sour
D epartm ent shows about halt
eled suit
is
those arrested—3,595^had rec- Council
p o u n statisticians predicted
The House m ade n o provision tre
suit of th is investication, itconsut- belie
believed th a t portions ot the for rent supplements in its bill, /
0 0 0 1fo 26,000 persons m ay sutords ot p r e v i o u s offenses, 23
23,000
veen closed
a re a s now can bey re- The bill before tbe S enate pro- In
though some w ere as minorir as f^J. (j|,
disabling injuries between
closi
ilght opened.____________
_ lorth vldes $445 million m o re than the wil
traffic violations.
F rid a vy evening and midnight
“Pcn
The records also show that M
^ oonday.
n d a U s t Labor D ay weekire a . House's $9,9 billion total. The qU'
m ore than 90 per cent of those end gj,
636 persons died on the mi^ T i »
bousing item s acco u n t for es<
arrested aro from Detroit. , , tion’s
linn’i highways, tho council--#-*
ikley niost of this increase. A fter full on
As In the riot la.st month In , .
Ining Senate action, a Senate-House
Newark, N .J., nearly 50 per
iv^er conference lo iron o u t differ- US
cent of those arrested w ere over
WASIij;^GTON
(AP) - The eences is liltely.
- FC
MOVES
TO KING IIILUr
W,
25 years old.
M
O
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In te rstate Commerce Commisjlers K
IN G HILL - Mr.‘ and lilrs, slon decid ed Monday to perm
Ot the total number o t rioters
KINC
;ered
it
, ^ tru c k freight rates ingree-detained by police, 3,363 were G ordon Mills nnd fam ily, Poca- )higher
the
charged w ith felonies. In De- tello, nioved
r
inlo the K ing "Hill Rocky M ountain area.
glcal
•
troit, as In N ew ark, about 75I per U nited Presbyterian Parsonage The IC C ’s Division Two voted
cent ot the felony Indictments
th weekend. M r. Mills5 I®
lents over the
Is lo allow th e new rales to co into
Involved stealing or receiving
ivlng uiah
Idahoo State Police officer in effect
jffjc T u esd ay . They will raise
stolen property.
c h a rg e ot the .King Hill P o rtt 0of,' (jyei
the
truckload rales five per cent
There w ere 255 arrests on E n try , He replaces F rank York
re>
jud less-than-truckload tariffs
“■■k and
. charges involving weapons> or ^viio
who ha
has moved to Twin Iwills,
(|,re(
Is. three p er cent.
C)(ploslves in rioting a t Detroit
troit -------------- -----------------------------------W iiM iM iW m W M M M tiuM M M n
w here 43 people died. In Ne- M n W
;vere B^
w ark, w here 27 died, there were
92 such a rrests.
g
Seven felony arrests w ere to r S
1
m urder. O hc,-_against__Patrol- B ____
The
m an Robert Paille In-the death
ealh 8{
imisof a Negro youth, was dism issed S
rm |it
_
. F o r all B u iljIInig
g and
and C
( onstruction
for ^ack of evUence.
SS
I the
In 95 Other cases, the charge B
0
Magic
Valley
Area—
j
S
!
T r a d e s m e n in t h e M agii
Is assault with Inlent to commit
oted
{ r? c S
^into
I
m urder. Pollco list 26 of those
hose SN
.V
rail cond
c o n d itio n s Including union raise
hem 8 M e ie tin g to d is c u s s ovorall
arrests as snipers, among them
five wonien.
S3 o rg
r ga n iz a tio n o f th o s e wvorking
|
orking in
I t h e in d u stry . M eot- cent
zy
I
Thero also w ere 52 person.s
sons gS jJpn g Is a h open m e e tinigg fo r U n io n a n d N on U nion riffs
I
\
chargcd with possession of ex- Sj m e n origa'god In all b ra n c h e s o f t h e Building a n d J
plosives—gasbllne firebombs.
^
S C o n s tru c tio n In d u s try , inciudin
including S h o p -n n d ~ S p o o la l— ( ----8
t y T ra d e s— B u ild in g Trra
raddoe s ae n d H e av y Construe- J
P l| 8 ti o n , , 1
oduled f o r th o c o n v onionco o f S
— !| S .JT W D ^p o tL n B B jiK L 8 chodulpd_f<
jj B th
o so resltiing In dlfforont
iront par
p a r t s o f th e Vnlloy.
j
I NEW & U SED
|;B
thoi
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^---------------— 1!j ] BB TT h to t i n t In Tw in F a lli,I, Idnho, A u g . 130, 7i30 p.m . |
Clark Oaims, |
Convictions
In G’ime Up
m ^ rS i I V | R
sil
ilW
Tflw
'lTW
"if, ^J
H ea rin g Set
ian“dO n W ater
we?eSituation .
T y p icalR io ter^
™
Lpsleiii s
“J Death Being
Investigated!
IsN effroM an "
Inffis20s
/ert Extra,
SoftWhiskey,
is mellow,
ellow,
easytdswa
'to swallow,
a very grown-up
roof.
Labor Day Death JJ
Toll Estimated
R E M I N D EER
R TO ME
\ A E R C H A NNTS
T:
^ ___
, 2 -T^ntiking Freight
Rat^HikeOK’d
Ri
Ar
§ '
ht
OF A
MEETING |
NOTICE OF
f!
I
I
I
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j
DUY-SELL-TRADE
| | SS
l|
L a b o r Tompio, 1 3 0 Socond
icond Av
A v o n u o S o u th .
I— -----------------------------jl a
“ ll S T h o lo ccn d In B urloy,, Idaho,
Idnho, A u g . 3 1 , 7i30 p.m .
I A m m unition, Scopes,
l|
1501
.
l! aS A m o rlc a n U g lo n H all, IS
Ol O
C a k lo y A vonuo.
jSlocks, H unting Equlpmontjj B
" 'jl I
ij g
jl S
ll 9a
{ ) Mill! Wilt ol Twin Foil!
l|
8 ____
I U.I. 30 .
7 3 a .5 5ir6 jl
r!lB
ZfOOiM .
j -JERRY'S S ill
If' you clchanged the seftwgs
i your
»ftwgs of
store^wind(
window time clocks
ks when
whe dayiiglit savingscame
saving
on, now
DWIsISfX
fhe time
fo change
lange■*fthem back. Ugh
Ight isIS cheo|).
You need it now. Chase away
iway ifthe shaJows>thof
thof chose
c away saM
aM
I
J
J
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,
I
Orgiinlzatli
g an lzatlo n C o rn m ltto o of th * 6
Magic
ngle Val
V alley B u ild in g and
S
Conitructli
in itru c tlo n T r n d o i Council - B
mM M M M M M M rjU M gaM tM U rA
Does
DoesSoMUCH...Costs;
Costs So LITTLE
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-'S'
- -
T o d a yr"s
' s 1M a r k e2 tt a n d F 'iinn a n c i d l R e p o r t
Dow-Jones,
2 p.m. Livestock
]
Do
:ocks
Stocks
G ra in
3 0 I n d u s . 8 9 3 .3 8 d o w n 1 .3 3
Mr. SteadmanJ J — ^Aug. 2 9 -3 0 , 1 9 6 , 7 ^ Twin FFaalls T|m es-N ew s
Dies Here Of
i
'
t
h e Daily
Sliort
Illness
•Sl
0
Is
9
Investor
„ ■ Junior H. Steadman, 41, 363
CHICAGO (AP) - Tire po,«lOGDEN
Cl
S M aurice St. ,N., died Monday
and
bilily
of
a
grain
handlers
strike
OGDEN (API - Cattle and b'li':
mor' '•
l 'l eveni ig in Magic Valley Memorito ; ,t|iis*weckend
tended to influence ial
. p j,Hospital of a short Illness.
calves 1,000, Including 75 calvos;
>|ii^
lOYLE '
s ^
By WILLIAM A. DOYLE
eers high
higher priccs fot .soybeans lind, He w as born Aug. 31, 1925,
sm all offeriog slaughter steers
5 , at
8t
3BH + Tj n l j l f '
ow s'grain -futures on the Chicago
“ I Freedom , Wyo. He moved .to
. J
''
'' n • I c ■
-Safeway I.Hl
<8 IV A i iV. 23U 4I i 1i aand
n d heifers about steady; cow s;grai
— t— C o t t o n - ^ — 4 . ^ w c r ; tr a d ln g - A aCcs=, .safeWA
!ipts--Boa
?and , Q, Your
G c n e r a l M o to r s a n d F o r d w e r e
sStJOsLd
u o s b 3.10^2 3 ^ 4 ? 4
oa rd-of~T,rade-Iues4ay.-------<
45
r :t;.
. : 7 :rrui(
r u i t B 6Vven~ iJn~ expanded—reccipts-B
-r-^W esH ordanrU tahras-a-boy-and
Yi comm ents about capi-|'stock pu
StLSanF 2.20
2 47% 47
47 4 - ',4 fn
irl- ■active and steady, later
ater! PPrices
had been, for the most
mo.
tal-gains
distributions by a mubrol
TIU- the brokers
turn around a n d ' ,
fairly
'
mnl
attended
schools
there.
In
NoP
J
I
C H IC A G O :
S egP 1.4flb
StR
31 34% 33?; 34 ....... *“ *” •
lu lls'p a n . f.luctualing aim lessly o v, 7e r vem
^ ^ ^ |ber, 1943, he entered the
(l,j tual
ave charge a customer " a t least"
a n d A m e ric a n M o to rs f r a c tio n s
"J®* fund interest me. I have
Sanders A iw
37 40% 39
39',i -- 'i?;i Ssales
a le j w eak to 51) lower; b u lls'p a n
W heat - L o w er;
l i q u i d a t i oo nn . Sander
’ully a a ninarrow margin. Around riiid-,^
g Navy'. He m arried Eileen
on debit balances—
lleen always left my capllal-galns dis- six per cent
i
Schenley l.iO
92 95*4 ^4 i 54 4 .......
abO U steady; feeder cattle fully
a f t e r a n a u lo in d u s tr y c o u n t e r .... about
” 'i ' U.S,
CC oor nm -- I r r e g u l a r : li g h t t r a ddec. . sd
e n Vi Data
sclen
16 83% 82 J 82 i .......
und the 'am(
am ount of money a cus175 sess
session, however, some strength
■ e c k s te a d In Elko, Nev., In 1947
o f f e r lo th e u n i o n in tn e c u r r e n t
q j, _
receipts included 175
’8 ^ B
1947., tribution
ributio with the mutual fund
21 97% 57 i 97 i -Z 'ij
% ssteady;
te a i
•b l
O s t s — H i g h e r ; g o o c T d e m a n d ., sSCM
c m (Cp .6flb
1)e tonier o'
ow es by buying stock on
rllne in
j „ p aScou
36% 26 4 26 4 -- . hJ) sslaughter
la U I
la b o r n e g o tia tio n s . T h e s i r ik e
in which
whii I have invested to lie
steers and'heifers; 550(10(1,, crept
crep inlo the nearBy contracts^, He la te r m arried Sherllne
SConyvbbeeaan s
~ H ig h e r;
c t i CitL
v Paper
e 1.201 142
Sbd
27 M
62% 62 i 4 ?! ^cows,
““
margin.
ced- of
of iall commoditities on word Jones D ec. 17, 1950. The couple
juple relrvves
reinvested In more shares.
margin,
d e a d l i n e is n e x t w e e k .
,' t r a d e .
■ rem ainder mostly feed19 97% 56% 97 J 4* ?i(5 COW£
ISearlG
s e a r icD 1,30
ling
1
stress
"a t least’’ — bcciiuse
(lual
lhai
Ihc
grain
handlers
and
imil
Now
thal
1
am
approaching
1
stres
+
V
i
I
ers;
slaughter
steers
individual
thai
G a in s o u tn u m b e re d lo s e r s b y
n t 5e 0 Scears
122 57% 56% 57 4 '/ , t e r s ;
moved to Twin Falls in 19B1 Now
BBuul tcchh ee r h o g s — 2 5 t o
e n t s Roe la
for the n)ajor elevaretirem ent, I plan to start tak- interest rates go on up from
Seeburg .60
6 w X 11% l« li 4+ *4ii and sm all lots high good and'Spokesmen
a c o m f o r t a b l e m a r g i n b u t t^h^e° |l o w e r ; rr<
f “■ from W est Jordan:
retiren
and'spule c e i p t s 4 ,5 0 0 ; to p 2 0 .7- /5a.. sharon
Sharon S tl- 1
46 37% 38% 3 7 ^ - %
^ .
ibuthere,
depending
on how good
Un. mB
Ing ™
my capital-galns distrlbud
B,4 (l.(tors
D o w J o n e s i n d u s t r i a l a v e r a g e ! s iSa lua„u| g„ h t e r s t e e r s — S t e a d y to
choice 950-1200 Ibs. 25.00 - 2G.4(I.;
tors were stymied in Iheir Son- He w as employed by the Unto I sShell
0 72% 71% 72 47 %!5 CnOll
h e i n Oil 3.10
lead lions in
custo: er you arc with the
n r li
r n Shell Trn .59g
4 23*A 32% 2 2 '/,....... IIncluding
1178'tract
lalk.s,
!(,„
w a s d o w n a p o in t o r m o r e .
I sironopart
load
choice
1178
irac
lon
P
acific
Railroad
as
a
lead
1 cash — as I do my a custom
1 s t r o n g ; r r e c e i p t s 1 .2 0 0 ; t o p '2 8 .5
0
.
J
S
e
l
ll
•50. SherwnWm I
40 49^1 48% 49*! 4 '/,
ions particular
dividends. These distributions
particuk broker,
i,7 (l; I Carlin griiin rcceinis w ere es- electrician al the time of' his
T h e s t o c k m a r k e t s till w a s ‘°*
fo l-’ jI
his|d'Viden
Ibs. yield grade 3--I al 25.70:'
Sinclair
13 73% 73 ' 73 - 11?i IbS.
Sinclal 2.60
iree
-----3 „50 - limaicd
al: wheal 16 ca rs, corn
l o w i n g a c a u t i o u s p a t h , - a n a l y/ s t s !
SlngerCo
53 72?4 72
72 4+ %'/. oother
th e
Slnier< 2.M
•°r'’ death. H e was a member ofjhave tam ounted to about three
good 950-1300 Ibs. 23.50linu
Fla
Pow
1.36
3
47
46
47
4
'/,
Sm
'lhJ
f
%
SmilhK
1
80a
21
58
57%
58
4
J,
n
r
(Mr. :Do^Ic will an.swer only
cent a year.
3.50- 20,
20 , oal,s none, rye none, barley
* '' 25,00 including Holsteins 23.511s a i d . in . v ie w o f t h e m a n y u n - jtF^ la
j j pPLl
J " 1.64
,'j
rl“y |^„y|
Knvler Lodge No. 94, AF and'per
and per cei
112 39% 35% 35*4 .......
44 70»4 70
70?; - %VJ SouCalE
SouCal 140'
)uld
representative
lellcrs of general
)
the
It
seems
to
me
lhat
I
should
represen
2.50--8,
.soybeans
5.
c e r t a i n t i e s f o l lo w in g U b o r D 'aa yy .iF
M C tCp
p .7
24.30; standard and good 22,50-,8, ;
24?; 2 4 % ........ 24.3C
. (FMC
.73
72 34?i 34
34^ - %W South
South Co
< 1.02207 25
■ ANi, TH E IBVW Union and the It se
:ash interest
inlerest in his column. lie canbe
SouNGai
90 41% 40% 41U 4 l 223,50;
3 50
17 16?4 16?
le u
souNG l.JO
A m e r i c a n T e l e p h o n e , w hiic
i c hh 'F o « lH « ir -90
slaughter heifers pan
Fiflh W ard I.DS Church.
be able
abl to take this in cash
-----Fiflii
l u i PordMo 12.40
310 52
50
5 lti 4114
4-114 SoulhPae
SoulhF 1.50
M 3 2 li 31% 32 + y .
answ er phnne queries.)
his and
and d(
depend on the people who nol ansi
KAN.SAS CITY
Su
Survivors,
in addition to) his
e d g e d lo w e r , w a s p a c i n g t nh e ForMcK .I2g
. i';
55 28?4 26?4 26*4 ..•. . •. Soulh
Soulh:Ry 2.10
24 53% -92% S3',i 4+ %lj i load
M d choice 880-905 lb. y i ee ll d
---- :— ---------ilher, manag
m anage the fund to keep the
149 66'/« 63V 85?4 42%
4 2 I i SSparta
partan Ind
27 17% 17
1T,4 .......
n ra d
?ood K,
KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat
„ldo Sherllne, are his mother,
l i s t o n v o lu m e l a l e in t h e d aiV
y . FrcepSu]
FrrepSui 1.23
i.
heat widow,
*•••• grade
2-3 25.80 - 26.00; few good
FruehCp 1.70
101 3 2 ^ 31 ^ 3I?4 - % H Sperry
Sperry R .10| 555 40% 39% 39?, ....... ’
"ily;'
value
of
my
investment
intact.
r
util60
cars;
down
1-y,
lo
up
V4.
No
2
g^ra
A ls o a c t i v e , B o e in g a n d H e w - G
c
2 Sarah S m ith; Salt Lake City; value i
amSko 1.30
18 28U 27 4 27!i - %H SSqquuire
irt D ,70
24 25% 29*.4 25U 4 |4 22.00-24.50; slaughter cows
fmaii Am I wrong?
L
8.50. hard
i StdBrand
18 40
39% 39?4 ......
...!. Uityy .an d commercial 16.00-18.50,
ban and dark hard l,47Vj-l,53,
1.53,
sons, Michael Steadman
l e i t - P a c k a r d r o s e m o r e t h a n1 2 Gc Accepi
Accepi I.3Q
i”
17 3 0 ^ 30H 30*4 -~ U
StdB ri 1.40
ay
GenAnllF .40
11 21 >i 20 *|
2lt4 4+ 44 StOllCal
StOllO 2.J0b 126 96?4 55% 5« -- } )4 late
l a t e sales mostly 16.00-18.00; few No 3 l.45-1.50',4. ,No 2 red whealand
„nd K enneth' Steadman, both
p o in ts .
I
both A.
A. I1 hope nol. 1 can't &say
.
Gen Cig 1.20
3 24
23*; 24 - 1 %4 StdOillnd
StdOill I.IO
76 59% 58% 98W - %
Mrs
for
sure,
but
the
chances
are
7.00; I.1,41
4 II/4-I. 45 N, No 3 1.39'/<-1.44N. Twin
t „ | , F a lls; six daughters. Mrs. ‘?r sui
and cutter 14.50-17,00;
A l l i s - C h a l m e r s w a s u p s e t b y GenDynum
u ,„ D y n u m ' I
175 63
62 ?J i M ^ ccanner
anr
31 «?«/« 66 ^ 8 7 4+ 4i SldONJ
SldON 2.40|
•dan that you
will be very correct.
99 lOOV. 108'4 108!4 - %
SidOlK 2.J0
4 StdOIlOh
17 70% 70% 70 4 4+ ^5
tH c
lility Ci
Corn 12 cars; unch, lo dofn Vickie
yjck
iJ Oother
slaughter classes utility
d e n i a l o f th e l a t e s t m e r g e r rr uu -- fien fHlec
; '" “ 2-CO
'c
G reen, South Jordan,
y
^ ; Gen Fds 2.40
34 751* 75?4 75H 4- %W StSt Packailng
Pt
]0 15% 19% 15 I ........
.
uj,tl Basedf on w hat has happened
3,20.
13
/
4
,
No
2
while
I.24-1.28N.
No3
„taV
+'(j
and
com
m
ercial
bulls
21,50-23.20.
1%,
m o r s a n d s a n k m o r e t h a n “a ' GenMilli
c'JJm iii,' 1.50
f;
U
tah; J u d y Steadman, West
13 74y, 73?, 7 3 ? -; - 4 Stan
Stan Warn
'
1
8 40% 48% 49 { 4 ?4
duM
in the past, you certainly would
“®y PH'*- THOMAS
p o in t.
|fietiM
oi 22.53g
.J:
13 47% 47
4 7 ( ^+4 %
m d l'
,GenMoi
278 8 2 ^ 811 8 l U 441 l^i ; StauffCh
Stauff 1.10
« individual
good and choice 250- 1,13, l,13-l,27N. No 2 yellow & mixed
Jordan, Utah, and Carolyn have
g„,
AP Business Writer
terlD rui .tO 348 5)
51% 92^ -7,1!
% ^en
68 '.;
67^ 6 7 ^ - 'iy, SSterlD
been
right as rain. Bul,
;hter 1.23 1.23'/j. No 3 1.14y,-l.23N., Steadm
' an, Kathy Steadman,
350 lb. vealers and slaughter
G a i n s o f a b o u t a p o in t w a'^*®,GPub.Svc
e rr pe GenPrec 1.50
‘j 27 616
‘
.46g
?,
6U
6 *4 .. . . . StevenJP
Steven 2,25
I li
NEW
YORK (AP) - A lot
25 41
47% 49 4 l%
without
to scare you, it
2 p.
; 4 calves
25.00 - 29.00; feeder cat- 0,; Oats no cars; up i^. No Gloria
m a d e b y G o o d r i c h , U n i r o y('a
a ll,, I Cc PubUl
Pu'bui 1.50
i.
ludibak ,75|
43 64% 63%
64U
C alV
31 2 8 ^ 38V4 3 8 U - . 44 SStudil:
Steadm an and S a•ly.
r a' m
» ust be trying
past more ^th a n the hills are alive ■ ....
pointed out that past
136 46 i 46
< 6 T-1
- \%
% Sun
Sun Oil
C Ib
IJ 70% 70% 70 4 r r ... tie
Me choice
C
4.50- white
550-750 lb, steers 24,50whi 7I-751,4N, No 3 70-74>/iN. Steadm an, all Twin Falls; five
U .S . S m e l l i n g & C h e s a p e a k e , A GTel El 1.40
‘
(or "'ill'
sound of music in the
' “ iG en Tire .80
62 2 9 ^ 20}i 2J 4 .......... . Sunray
Sunraj 1.40
82 35?{ 34% 34U 4 ?4
cf
ance Is no guarantee for
3,20- M
Milo maize 2,03
?rna
O h io .
I'O Oa
Puciric 'lb
a Puciric
15 6 2 ^ fill, 6 l j i .......
Swin Co 1.10
. . . . Swift
36 27% 27% 27H 1- nU 26,50, few 750 - 950 Ib, 23,211brothers,
D allas Steadman, Saltit perform
mds United
Unilcd Stales,
the f u tu r e ,- with mutual funds
<
o m ppjaE l .60
11 26(5 28'^' 2 8 % -- %« 24,90;
24.9C good 4-5 550-7,50 lb, steers
eers
Rye
, ‘ k, City; Ralph Steadman, ™
13 35 4 34H 34H - % ^ TTam
R I,04!^-l,07y4N
A l c o a a n d E a s t m a n K o i ad k a'f lc
k r'b ie r. i I.IO
o
Ixike
cur.
.The
echo
is hiling-heard from
I
'G clty O ll .lOg
64 84^^ 8 3 ^ 84 - H% Tektronix
Tcktro
54 49% 4 4« 45% 4 %
c.
Bariev 1,04-1.13N
lb. B,
w e r e a m o n g t h e b lu e c h i p l o s - 'f Gilleiie
j ', " , ''“ 'V1.20
io
Lompoc, Calif.; Duane S t e a dor- “any
"y other m arketable secur- the mountains, to jhe prairies,
71 104 *102‘4 102?4 t4 2% 23,50-25,00; standard 700-900) lb,
39 87
56J4 56% 4+ %% Teledyne
Teledy Inc
, ‘ L as Vegas, N6 v.; Virgil ‘‘y:,
Holslein steers 22,50-22,85; few S(Soybeans 2,63'/i-2,72N
44- %?4 Tenneco
100 28
27',4 27% 4+ '/,V, HOlS
I Glen
142 ICi/^ 16 '
Tennei 1.10
e r s o f a p o in t o r s o .
jc
ic n Aid
A id '.;.70
man.
lo„s lo the oceans,
accompanied by a
T Je capltal-galns distributions,[«'>'<!
')(
1 Texaco
84 73% 72% 72S - - f%l ^choice
hnt
Goodrich 2.40
28 63
62H >3 44-1
Texact 2.60a
lives .SiSackcd bran ,13,00-43,75
, an, Magna, Utah, ''and
200-500 Ib, steer calves
P r i c e s w e r e i r r e g u l a r l y 'h i g hh ne rr Goodyr
Jj
Sc,teadm
and made
‘ " f by an investment como n ,J louder Ja n d louder tune-on the
1.35
56 48?4 47\^ 47?4 .......
T ex E l l.JO
...... .TexETrn
36 23% 23% 23?4........
e
Sacked shorts 47.00-t7,75 , , Sheldon
|,
25,50
- 31,25; g o o d 300 - 550 Si
on
t h e A m e r i c a n S to c k E x - o rGoraceC
c e C oo i,1.40
47 140 139 139?4 Viii
4 lW 20.51
83 45'/, 44?t 45 --% >/,Tex
Tex0 0Sul .40
Steadman, West ,^Jor,
lypglcash
registers
ot 'the m usic in^ 3 pany (a m utual fund is one type
re,
GranliCS
64 31^4 30^ 30H 4+ %U TTexasI
exaslnit .10
100 120% 130 120V. 4b .■ steers 23,50-27,50, few standand- W
Wheal futures closed ‘front
chance.
CranliCS 1.40
I.
+ %M l Ib,
dan, 1U tah, and two sisters, Mrs. of
P f finvestm
'
3n,e dustry.
^
•
GrantWT 1.10
1.
GrantWT
28 32i/* 31?; 32W ... ... Tex
TexPLd
PI .3J|
16 20
19% 20 4 l
ent company come
““s'ry
eers tolo 1iVs lower,
, ' Severnak, West Jordan,
Mf ary
“"I
--------- •
(i(A&P 1.30a
1.30
29 78 i 78% 7B?1 4t 'u
% ard 357 - 51’8 Ib, Holstein steers
GIA&P
25 3 0 ^ 30^ 30 4 44- %H Textron
Textro l.JO
sell- In J 1930,
there were 13 million
[ iZ ' ,from
the profits made by sellf
24,25-25,00; mostly choice 5™500Gl
24 f>8 Vi 68 88 .......
...... ..Textron
Textro wl
9 39% 39% 39(4 - - i(4! 24.2!
3 P .M . Q U O T A T I O N S
n . Nor
Nor Ry
Ry 3
-----Utah
Utah, a n d Mrs. Edith Green,
Itles am
ateur musicians banging,
' Ing™ stocks and other securities
amateur
Gt West F in l
132 17
16J4 17 44- %W Thiokol
Thiokf .40
55 20 4 20% 20?; 4I 'A'(f cc
n Ib. heifers 23,40-24,70. includ650
:ludCASH GRAIN
Rive
N n w YORK .STOCK EXCHANGE . GlWSug
(jltfS u t' 1.60a
l!6'
„ Riverton,
Wyo.
rynd
tootling
and
strumming away In .
18 47V. 47‘, 47% 44- 4J Tide
TIdeO
Oil l.SIg
25 99 4 »
»5 + Vi j
on. at higher -prices than the fund
S»lci
N e l|f
f „ ._ o n i .80
loice
CHICAGO (AP) - WNo
heat Funeral
No
C
N*‘
iGreenGni
7 36?; 36
38 -- 4 i Tim
TimRD
R 1.80a
13 42 1 42 42'/, - _ Hjj ining
g p a n load good and clioice
services will be conthe U
(bdi.) High Low u n C h a .,i Greyhound
G " houna ■I
paid lo
r them .
“ nited States, according to
72 23y, 23?4 33?4 44- %W TransW
TranS'Alr 1
368 61% 60% 6ft?4 - - J?Ji 624
I2.00soft
red
624
Ibs
23.60;
good
heifers
22.002 h 2 hard I,48'/4n, No 2 red
ducted
'Wednesday
at
1
p.m.
in
'
;ap|.
the
A
m
erican
Music ConferA hboll Lnb 1
+ \'«1
\ GrumnAir
fi umnAir.80
69 37U 36
36'/, - , ; Transam
Transi er 1
139 42'4 41*/1 42 4 ?;
c,
" • ' h When a fund distributes capi- ™ An
t 23.50;
choice 310-500 lb heifer
eifer 1.,14 l.,l4%n. Corn No 2 yellow
ABC Con M
32 27 ^ 261^ 2fiy, -7 y*
W Gul/
c [ ,l Oil
Oil 2.60
J.t
450 68 ?J 68
68 - %
W Transilron
Transi
58 16% 16)4 16% -I j %
the. F ifth Ward LDS Church
J ™gains
. equal to three per cent
”cnt ®nce,
S
tal
«nce
Abex Cp 1.60
8 33^i 321, 331j +
fiulfStaUt .80
.
*■ ii
^ GulfStaUt
18 25*4 34?; 25H 4+ 44 TTriri Com
C' .42g20 28%
28% 2 8 % .......
ccalves
a lv
1.22%n,
Oats
No
2
heavy
while
.....
23.00-26.00.
1,22
w ith Bishop Alton M. Alexander
P“‘value of the fund’s shares,
"res But bby the beginning of this
ACF Ind 2.JO
K 5W/i 50 51) —
Uallihuri 1.90
’1
66% 67% 4 l% ckSheep 3,700; slaughter lambs
~ iMi Halliburl
14 5 8 ^ 58?l
58?44 4-% UTRW
TRW 1.40 29 67?i
Mid. of the
imbs 73n, 73n, Soybeans No 1 yellow
AdMilli.-. -40b
19 55(5 5<U 54!^ +*- T}
(J H arrli
U r , Int nt 1
officiating. Burial will be In Mid,yl,Q y®”
year,, “the ranks ot the music
54 % 55(4 -3 % , “
S 62
fil?I 61?; - ^4 TwenCen
TwenC 1.80439 5 6
„,ii lhat m' eans that the people who
A ddress l.<0
2D 37^, 56}i 57 --• V.
„ q MM 1.20
l
fully
2,8434n,
vale,
Ys Hecla
7 5IW 51U S l U ........
...... .UMC
UMC Ind .80
41 23% 22% 23% +4 % fU
ily 50 lower; feeder, lam bsi ful- 2,84
vale,
U
tah
,'
where
the
body
will
A dm lrul .25p
33 23J,
-23^, +
^ IHere Inc
run
the fund have lo be sm art nien, J w
* om en and children had
^ '(<
Inc .75g
38 4 8 ii 47(4 47?J 44- %^ Un
UnCarbide
Ctt
2144 91
50% 51 -'■)
- ' / , lly
y '50, instances 1,00 lowerr on
Soybean oil 9,00'/jn,
t
s<
^ be taken
by Reynolds Funeral (or
™ lucky)
A irR edin 1.5o
25 38^^ 39 3H>^ +^ >'JJ HewPack .20
'
|l,er
swollen
to more lhan 41 million,
2J% 23^ 4 %
298 76?J 74?4 76?I 42
+ 3(^^ Un
Un Elec
E 1.203 0 23 %
enough
to
have
other
™
I
j
z
natives;
ewes
scarce;
receipts
A
sipts
At
the
close
\vheat
w
as
>4
to
^om
AlcanA lum I
78 26V, 26^ 26H —
Vi
jjoff
E
leclr
“ Vi Hoff E lectro n
46 12V4 11?; 12(i 44 %H UnOllCal
UnOlU 1.40
63 59% 59?k 5»H - %
otal About
investments that lift the total
About 15
I million of these range
A llcgC p .log ‘ 5 10’/ . lOh 10^..........
______________
investn
•••; Holid0 dInnInn.60
8 70
70 70 ........
Un Pac
Pi l.lOa
Sei^
...... ..Un
26 42^, 42% 42% 4+ %
mmOostly
S
H
range
Utahs
total
evenly
%
o
’enly
%
of
a
cent
a
bushel
lower,
SepAllcRl-u 2.<0I,
17 75>,i m l m t - “V •?
i HollySug
f f i s u i 1.20
r
nT ank 2,50
3 60 1 69% 6 9 % ....... divided between slaughter and tem
9 33?; 33V, 33?; 44-. %W UUnTa:
value of the fund’s shares by
by In age
“f from 4 to 21, and the othtember 1,42^^-%; corn un- T T
A llfs Pw I 20
H 25',i IV/j 25U +■ hVi Homfslk
J ,.m ,slk .801)
8
61 47?; -46? 47?i . f .'. Unlroyal
Unlroi 1.20
50 44% 43% 44% 4 l
Iu5 t er 20 m illion are over 2 1 .
at least three per cent — Just
Allied C l.90b
71 42 4H,i 4|i« +* •/, Honcywl 1.10
,
lam bs; shippers active;
13 79?; H X 79?;-4T
4T UnllAl
UnilAirLln 1
109 75% 74% 75?; -- ;i ffeeder
eed
live; cha
changed to >4 higher, Septem- £ X
val"A
m ateur musicians In tho
,
Allicd.Sir 1.32 171
371/* 371 +^ ,5*
», Hook
^ok Ch
Ch 1.40
I
keep the total rem aining val13 42‘/i 41?
41?; 44 %W UnllAirc
UnllAl 1.60
88 01 4 90% 9 1 %-- % .slaughter
] a ii
n
to kee[
spring lambs 10 decks
ecks ber ber 1,19%-%; oats iher,higher,
Alhs C lul 1 4H3 37 3fi
--I H)» Houst: Fin
Fin
east United S tates Increased by an
3fi .32?4 3IH 31?4 - % Unit
Unit Cp< .501
15 11 i
11% 115 - 5 ®*.
ue of the fund's shares at least
Alcoa 1.80
36 8*1
87^,^ —1'/«
jjoy,, LLPp 1]
mostly prime 102-1088 Ib,
Ih, Sep
September 69%b; rye
ll/f
I
47 40% 49% 49% -_ 5 choice,
C hoi
-*'/« Housi
50 42
40*
4 m 44- %V, Unit
Unit Frull
:
he.
average
of
approximately
a
mil­
A m trttdu 3i
12 V M 78J; 7 9 ',^ ...... Howmet
Howmet 1.20
l.j
3 1 ’ equal to w hat they were be4 80?; 80?
80^ 4+ 4i uUOasC
o a s c p l.JO
16 75 { 75% 75’ +
4 % rrange
ant
Utahs 23,00-23,10; 5 decks
ecks |,igi
higher. September I.16’4 . and I T l
lion annually from 1950 to 1961,"
Am Alrlln .80
48 30^4 395i
+*■ Yi
U HunlFd*
jtunlFd* .50b
.5'
49 28% 27% 28', 4 % ^ i , . ]
118 37'A 36?; 37i4 4+ %.Unll
H UnitMM
^ 1.20
fore the distribution,
few prime 96-99 lb, range
ange soyl .soybeans %-2% higher, Septem1
Hupp Cp
Cp ,17f
.1 143 7^4
A m B o srh .(50
19 4fiH 45»i 45»i -- ?• llupp
7
7 .........
US Dorax
D
...... .. US
la
5 29?; 29% 2 9 % ....... *choice,
'^0
Frankly, three per cent In
In says
says the
thi conference, which deAmOdcM l.iiO
19 761-i
76 +^ Vi IdahnPw
idnhnPiu 1.50
1
9a
38 79
77 J 79 4+'ii
% UUtahs
ta l
22,65-22,90;
other
choice,
ber
.8 6 3 m
30?i 30?4 -- 44 USGypsm
USGyi
oice,
ber
2,76-75%,
,J
g
,
ulott scribes itself as an educational
Am C . n - i m
« 56(, !61i i t v , ++ ?• Ideal Cem
3„| 1
24 20?J 20U 20V^ -- 4 US
US Ind
lr .70
■ 43 2 4
23 % 24 4i f %
capital-galns distribution is a'lo
capua"
?
few
prim
e
90-110
Ib,
natives
A m C rySut I
10
IJ li I j j i +*■ V.'• III
m Ccnt
Ccm 1.50
1,S(
lere
organization
supported by maJb
13 36% 38 J 38?4 - %
40 70'/, 6 9 ^ 70^4 44- %H US
US Lines
L
^ , to ^ x p S c t every year. There
20,25-21,90; slaughter ewes cull
AmCyun ! 2S 158 31H 3 0 \ 3 1 ^ ++ ii4 Imp
Imp Cp
Cp Am
Ar 61 9U
48 94% 93‘ 54 4 4+ ? 20.21
CRAIN FUTURES
9
8 ^ 4+ %
W USPIyCh
USPIy 1.50
P ro b ate Judge Zoe Ann Shaub
haubmay^'b
jnay be some years when (lie
thejor segm ents o fth e music IndusAmKIP 1.44b
63 3fl>/, 3S» 35’/ , -- '>j• InuerRand
ina.rH and
lb
20 66% 65% 68U 4+>vi
l% aand
n d utility No, 2-3 pelts 2,5021 4 7 li 47W 47t4 -- % U US
US Smelt
Si
c
S
CHICAGO ( A P ) A lin k u l.30«
10 29ti 29i, 2 9 J , ...... Inland
f f n d Stlsfl
73 36'/4 3 6 ; 3 6 ^ -- i4
4 US
US Steel
SI 2.40
110 47
46
46% 4 % c
ipsf tty,
has continued a preliminary managt
m anagem ent of the fund honest5,30; feeder spring lambs 1200
A m FPw 116
13 35T, 25^, 25% *f■ Vi
SsNoAm 2240
5 01 4 01% 9 l ( ^
V* InsNoAm
50 62
60 4 62 41
4 1%^ UnlvOPd
UnlvO 1.40
hearing for Larry D. Morrison,
Ison, i„ly fegi,
feels that it would be better "From 1062 to 1966, however,
A mH omc 120
35 53’i 53i,i 53(? +^
K ? k g T 1.80
1
InlcrlkSl
7 32?; 32^ 32?; 44 %U Upjohn
Upjohi 1.60
35 56% 56?4 5fiM 4+ ??i mixed
m ix
choice
and
fancy
79-87
High
Low
Close
close
annual Increase exAm Mosp .50
18 691/, 68'/, 69'/* +*■ H HIM
|HM 4.40b
i 40b
31, H ansen, until 9 a.m . Wed4 ( 4 Vanad
36
36V4 4+ ?i’• luIb, , range Utahs 21.4(1-21,60; blh50 489?; 486 489y, 444V,
Vanad 1.60sJ J _ .3 f l 4
Wed-(Jtokeep
keep the investments thei„nH
fundthe™ average
J '™ '
^
Wheat
„ ' ,
A m lnvCo 110
4 I 8 U 18
18 . . . . lm|ntHnrv
Hnrv 1.80
I
„ , i ceeded 1 .8 million with dram atarlan Aiio
84 34 4 33% 33 i .......
'
73 38
37*4 37H -- % VVarlar
,
j
3; nesday on charges of Involun- airead'
already
has,
rath
er
than
sell.
A mM Fdy 90
72 22!, 22«; 22’i +*■ »i
Miner I
and fancy 80-lQfl) ib,
ggp
38 30% 30
30% --■«
% er
e r choice
(
'I Inl1., Miner
58 33W 32?i 33',4 44 ?4?4 Vendo
Vendo Co .60
fb, Sep
1,43% 1,42% 1,42%
ic increases of 2.3 million in 1965
AMet r i l.DO 33 53^! 53?! 53^, +^ ^ Inl Nick
^
cq'* ta
ry m anslaughter.
2380
K 86
95?
95^ -— %V* VaEIPw
VaElF l i t
39 44 4 43?4 44 4 4t ?ISj natives
n a tl
, ^ Here, ' we get into an area, nf
of and
18,40-20,25; few choice
'fice Dec
1,50% 1.49W 1.49% 1.50
‘“rV
again in 1966.
Am Moiors
28fi 14li 13*^ 13^ +* ?»
J, Inil
im | PPnckei
. . . : ! W amLamb
I
73 47?J 46% 47% 4 jJ
ack ers
17 10?4 IOW IO W ........
am I
■|;,3/ Mr. M orrison Is charged wllh
with manag
m anagem ent judgm ent.
“Am„
Maiar l„56% 1,54»4 l,55l/, 1„55S4
Am N Uas 1 90
48 39*! 39^i 39H + ( , Inl
|!l Pap
pVp 1.35
I1
!0,35, M
aihW at l.JO
0 23% 23% 23 4 -l i<4) and
a n d fancy 50-65 Ibs, 19.90-20,35,
232 28?4 28
28 i -- % U WWaihV
.H-e"A
m erica’s am ateur musl"roi
7 the Ju n e 10 traffic death
a
fui
Am News I
2 26J^ W /t 2 6 W .......
4 T 1.50
I
h
of
A
fund
that
m
akes
a
practice
39 30% 49% 90% 4 %
...... inljnt Tt4T
86 lO lii 101
lOlW 44 ?S?S Westn
W eitnAIrL I
May 1,58% I,.57V, 1.5734 1..58I4 fe
clans a" r e almost entirely-re-----Ma:
Am Phoiocpy
65
9^
....... JfW
J e wflC
lCoo 130
I
97 31*4 30% 30U -1 5 !
J3 29?, 29?( 2»4 4+-%f i WnBanc
WnBai MO
taking
proflt.s
just
to
have
'l-j'*
L
arry
Jo
e
Moran,
24,
Twin
of
taki
Jul
1,57% I„'i0i4 1,56% 1,57
Am Smell 3a
14 <19 C8 ts 68 % —
ii JohnMan
johnM in 2.20
2
for the long record...... WnUnTel
1.40
32 37% 37
37?4 4 %
- Vl
21 61
60?4 61 ........
WnUn'
PO RTU N D
money for capitals-gains dlstrl- sponsible
Falls.
Am .Std 1
105 I'V , 27({ 2 7 ^ ......
iohn John .60
.
%
•••; JohnJohn
23 73',; 73
73 -- %«/, WWeiH
eiljEl 1.6ft n o 67% 67% 87W -111
V
Corn
Am T&T 2 20 667 51JI SO^J 5 0 ^ -, - ^i JonLofian
JonLofian .80
.
butlons - Isn't really operating breaking
“reaKini upswing in sales ot
eyerhr 1.4020 44 , 43?4 43 i 4 ?4 + P | PORTLAND (AP) (USDA) - je p
10 50t4 50
50^ 44 t}i \ WWeyer
igy ^,A m otorcycle driven by Mr. butlons
- Sep
1.20% 1919'/, 1,19% 1,19«
new instrum ents. Instrument acAm Tob 1.80
88 33'/i 33
33 —
jone* LL 2.70
2'
- H Jone*
41 66?4 65‘1 66 W ........
White
...... .. W
hileMot Jb
21 54% 54
54?4.......
T
oran and a pickup truck In the Ibest interests ot all share- cessorles
and calvcs 600 all slaugh- Dcc
A M P ln c .36
81 36
J5»i 3fi ...... Joy
joy Mfg 1.25
,,
1,17% 1.171/, 1, 17 ^ 1,17(2 M
Mor
2 8 30% 21*4 2« i l^'ii
- ?l tCattle
a tl
48 37
35U 36'4 44 %W Winn
WinnDlx
1 1.50
and instructional aids
Ampe* Coip
61 3C>1 36^i 38^i —
KaiserAl AlI
1
155 28% 38% 28?i -- !4
14 tte^
e f classes steady; slaughter ««a
' 22V driven b y Mr. Morrison collided
~ Vi Kaiser
13 54V4 S3?; 54 -— %% Woolworth
WoolA
Uded holderi
holders.
fthat
u ' ,ta
M ar 1.22lA 1,22% 1,22U 1.22V.
started 20 years ago. They
Amphenol .70
27 2fi 25^ 26 . . .
Kayu-rBo
orlhlni 1.50
40 68
65
86 4 %
K ayicrR
o .60
31 30?4 30
30U 4-4- ?4?4 WWorth
E»stQ.
You
w
rote
that
"these
days,
^
25W O”
Highway 30 near
0. Yi
.r
!7.00- ^May
1,25% 1,25U 1,2514 1.25W
“n '
A nacnnd .62h
87 50*i 49 50',i +^ %
% Kennecott
Kennecott 2;
....... .. Xerox
J
'
have
also
contributed substan91 4 7 ^ 47U 47W ........
Xerox Cp 1.4060 258% 3M% 251? 4 jj { j j eI e steers choice 930-1035 lb 27,00ti of
ot a broker
“ im proved
Anken Chem
23 13|', 13‘j I3?i +■ U» KernCLd
KernCLd 2.60
2,
' i n land
brok will charge you from tially to
!! 27,60; slaughter heifers of high Jul
Tyi
l.BO36 34% S4 34J 4 % +27.6l
4 fl3<4 05
95(4 4-4- %.YngstSht
M Yngst:
l,28>/g 1.27l/j 1.27’/a 1.27t/,
»nc D rive. Mr. Moran died
sales of sheet
A rm co Stl 1
32 56^i 56^ 56Vi — ^ KKerrM
errMcc 1.50
I.
18 1 38^ 137W 138 441 .....Zenith
I Zenith R 1.2093 iiV * 82?4 83 ( 4 W g n n , good to choicc 730-975 Ib 25,80six
per
cent
on
up"
on
the
mon“
“
‘j
,
the
injuries
shortly
after
being
pei
o
a.80- Oats
‘h®
„ music in
rcccnt years.",
A rm our 1 60'
77 36JJ 3GU 38 - ^ KimbClk
KimbClk 22.25
by T h a A ssociated P re ti 19^7 9 ^
'4 65% 65 4 65^1 +4- %.Copyrighled
Copyr
er owes, as the,l,uv
re‘
591/ adm itted to Magic Valley Me- cy
ey a custom
c
26,50;
slaughter cows slandard
ArmRiCk 140
29 56'/, 55^, 5fii/, + ,t Koppers
Koppera 1.40
l. ‘
.......
- ■ ■ io
.o
dard Sep
joW '.69i/j .69% .69V,
8 40V, 40 4 4 0 ^ ........
The
says these
A shldO jl 1.20
48 3 ir , 30H 31^4 4Kreige .90
.90
suit ot
f"®. conference
+;, • Kresge
7 69V5 69
«9 - %
of borrow ing money to buy' combined
,p
18,75-20,00; feeders standard and Dec
n„,
.fioU ,68% .691/2 .'68M% m orial Hospital.
sales, which totaled
Assd DG I fiO
8 69
61 69 + 1H Kroser
Kroner 1.30
1.3C
33 22Vi 22?l 22V 74 j/IV,
A; AMERICAN STOC K EXCHANGE
Inary stocks on m argin.
' 70W
lo M ar ,7 l! | .71
Alchi.<ion l.fiO
78 29»i 29^^, 29H +^ *1
L eafsiett.80
$90 million lit-1941, jum ped to
j v i .W
i TiTestlnnony in the preliminary
-I L earSieg
36 33?; 33^ 33H -- (4<4 N NEW
E\
YORK (A P ) • A m ericansiKk
Stockgood steers 600-1100 lb 20,00 *0
"
All Rich I.IO
J7 101
-- V!
LchPCtm .60
.
began In Probate Court In my
r case it’s way on , up.
W LehPCem
33 12?4 I2H
12 -- */4
‘,4 Eachi E xchinge selected noon p rices: 23.0'
23.00; heifers good and choice May
Mg
T ' J955J ”milliort
in 1966 and sur.72
.71% .i M ■^,'71« hearing
^^a
A llaa Corp
158 «
5% 5%
Ljh Val
Val Ind
Ii 44 7?; 7H
Leh
4 %7 4 J4 5 a le i
Nel ic
e iS
sI
essej My bt
broker Is charging me■ In- passed™"th e dollar volume of all
M onday with only two witnessej
® 20.50-21.70; cows 18.00- Jul
j„ ,
.70% .69% [sgsj Mot
AVCO C p l j O
42 57'4 56?! 56?! -- H-7 Lehman
Lehman 2.01g
20
21 35
34?i
34 - U
- %
(M f .) H itk Law Last C hf.
;
sesterest
ot
V/,
per
cent
on
my
heard
Avnet .50b
87 37]j 37 37?i + V, LOFGls
t o F ^ l I 2.80a
2B
.....’ 20
.0 0 .
R
81 53?/, 52'^ 53 44 * AeroJetG
Aeroli .!0a
S 27% 27H 2 7 % .......
20.W
Rye
hea: during the day long
records
sold,
and
the combined
Avon Pd 1.40 24 113^ 112H H3l4 + lJ LibbMcN
LibbMcN.36f
debit balance.
How docs a brok22 13
12?
13 44 ^U AlaxMag
A |ax^ .lOe
2 51
90% 90?J -- %
$\
Sheep
700; slaughler spring
Mebit
I
’r'"B Sep
1.16% 1.15'/, 1.163/ 1,151
151// sion.
sion
, ,,' dollar
v(5iumss of all spectator
DabcokW 1,36 39 50^i 50'/. 50V^ ...... Liggell&M
Ligflell&M 3
10 73?4 73U 73?4 ~~ % AAmPe
mPeiro .35«
6 14% 14^ 14 -_
er
arrive
at
this
interest
rale?
™
lam
bs
50-75
lower;
ewes
steady;
MU
---------------------s
r
arr
H alt r.E 1.S2
39 30^; 30^1 30H + H LllyCup
LifyCup 1.20b
1.2
1 ' s,porls;, still and movie cam eras,
,
83 35«4 m
34?i ........
‘>dy; Dec
1,21% l,20« 1,21%
......... AArkLC
rkLO ai I.W
6 39% 38
39 I
A. By the ground rules of ,the
Heal F d j I 65 ^ 28 59?i 59
59 —
Littonin 1.94t
1.!
- ^*i Littonin
239 98W 97
98V4 4-4- %H AAiam
i Oil
sam era
16 4% 4% 4 13.I8-1>
i-|,iiI feeder
feed
lam bs uneven and steady
comic
books and- • playing '
“ oy M ar
1,2,V>4 1,2414 1,25% 1,24 Y i
R eaunit .19p
9 14^ H
Hi-i + i} Livlnistn
Livinistn Oil
C 47 7 |i 7W
7?; -- %V4 AlsdOIl
AlsdO t o
58 3 % " ‘3% 3K 4-+
I
New
N
e ^ YYork Stock Exchange. Un- 'cards,"
to 11^,0 0 lower; slaughter spring May 1,28 1,27 1,27% 1.263,4 ^
g eck m an .50
36 69« 6fW 68 W 4LockhdA 3.20
J.
*■ A
4 LockhdA
36 67U 66?4 66?i --1I %U AtllsCorP
AtlllC
wt
41 3% 3% 3 ^ 4
'fJ
_
dcr an unw ritten rule a broker
Ileech Airc 1
6 45’/ i 45i^ 45’/ , + H Loews
Loewi TThe
lam bs choice and prime 95-114'j „ r
h ea t
4 8o({ 80
80 -- i j BBraillL
raill tN r 1
18 10 4 10(4 1^% +
+
i " How' d o you explain this curHell How .50 20 74?i W A 74« ++ ) LoneS
LoneSCem
Cetn 1
must charge his customers in-f rent
" . boom
l.,
124 19i4 19i4 19?4 4-+ %..Brit
(4 B til Pet
1 .49g
1 8 M l 8 7-18 8 7-1141.
!+]• IK
lb 222,00-23,50; slaughter ewes of
, boom, boom In an inDendix 1.40
48 < 6 *j 46i,i 46^4 +* /* LoneSGa
LoneSGa 1.13
1,
150 2SH 24(4 34Vi 4-4- %Vs Campbl
Campi Chib
11 S % I M 6 4V ,4M
tei«st
of
at
least
one-halt
of Jdustry
'"
cull and utility grade 4,60-5,00;
Denguet
,137 6 li 5U 6 —
LonsliLt 1.16
I
- U
4 LonoliLt
18 36% 26?4 26?; ........
I Pet
......... Can So
10 3 3.16 3>4 J 3 -li-l_i
M 6IJ CUll
th a t was in decline beBethStl I 50a
77 56(^ J5« 36i^ + H ULorlllard
3,
41 9?4 814 8% -- t j ffeeder
eed
rlllard 3.50
24 53?; 53
53W -- %>/* Cdn
Cdn JivMln
,
spring lambs choice and
Tv
W
orld
W ar II?
were
P®'’
tore
Wo
Two
Tw
in
Falls
youths
^
noeing 1.20
272 94>i 92^ «*/^ + l}
j
Lucky
S
tr
.
3 Lucky S tr .90
6 28?J 26*4 36?J -- %(J Cinerama
Clnere
16 8?4 8U 8'^ ~7 i',4; t fancy
.f..
60-70 lb 22„10-22,80; brecdBoiseCasc 25
49 ' 31
37V* 37% —
U Lukens
Lukens Sll
Sll I
"There is a higher level of ed- \}
S8 43‘^ 40j
42 44 }4]4 Ctrywlde
Ctryw RU
22 2
1% 3 4 •{
In
on
CHICAGO
in ccustody Tuesday morning
Rorden I.Tfi
ISI W i 3^1 38% -- U M
MackT
ackTrr 1.59t
1.1
'con"
banks
are
chargq
164 69?J 68(
68?4 -- ^4f i Creole
Creole 2.6fls
13 37% 37% 37«4 4+ % ining
g ele p g o o d and choice 10.50.
ucation
in
the country and a
CHICAGO (AP) (U SD A )-Po-Po- char
charges of grand larceny in con- ,
B orgW ar 2.20
25 48
47^i 47^1, —
Macke
- • Macke
Co Co30
0 17
16
17 4 4% VtData
DalaCont
11 16% 15% 16<; 4 ?i
hv Srcater need for individual
B riR »iS-X 40a
1 ?5’, ii>, 55*, +*■
MacyRH 160
1
*..'l
laic
laloes arrivals 55; on track 144; nect:
nectlon w ith the theft and stripMacyRH
8 63
62^
62?; -- %>,{ EquityCp
Equitj ,16f
16 4% 4?4 4?i .......
S
Interest
on
loans
secured
by
Brifcl Mypri 1 48 7 j ', 74»i 74T, —
Mud Fd
Fd 2.23g
2.2
- 71 Mud
13 25W 24?
25V4 44 %?4 Fargo
Fargo Oils
49 3% 3 13-16 3t;4-1.16
creativity," says Marlon Eg­
total
plies ping of a racing car from C en-_____
DENVER
'"If shipments 160; supplies
MagmaC 3.60
3.
Brunsw ick
04 IIV4 H‘,^ 1 1 '/;—
- ',11 MagmaC
6 59(4 59
59U 4-4- %^4 Felmont
Felmo OII
1 11% 11% 11?4.........
bert, th e conference’s cducaf. . moderate; demand slow; marB ucyE r 1 fiOa
15 35»i 35
35'/, —
M acnavox .80
.
nar- tury A utomotive Machine, 116 '-m.
~ UI Magnavox
307 44% 43 4. 44^; 4lV4
h jt J
1 T 1_
1
41 % Fronll
Frontier Air
3 25?J 25*4 2 S « ;.......
ni
V
i;
DENVER
(AP)
(U
SD
A
)-C
al["™
Budd Co .80,
72 |**» 17>i 17*, + k MM»rathn
3. .
I
tional
"Ijiis combinaarathn 3.40
4 76»4 75?J» 76(J_H^?5
Cen
:
iK % Cen Pl>-wood
8 9 '/, 9?4
9^4 + '/« , ^ 1
I ■ ket aboul steady; Washington Eighth
Eigh S t. N.
Jyl
7 is director.
Bulova ,70b ‘ H 3(l 29 29?; + l i i Mar
UQf Mid 1.40
i
calves none; h a r dnrl yn Norgolds 3.40; Idaho and gion
10 29H 29 4 •J9?*r4--’
Giant Vel .4029 9'4
4--^%W Giant
9
9 -- 3l i J16 tie
t i e 300;
.
. „ . tion
p a rt ot the great atmosOre- 'Police Chief Frank Barnett
Burl Ind 1 20
14 36>4 35V, 36>; +^ V*
Vi M
Marquar
arquar .35g
.3
43 ISfJ IS j
15H -- % s Goldfleld
Goldfl
44 8
7?4 7 % .........
pnoi
....
enough
any
class
offered
for
a
r
n
i
Bid
Asked
'
„ phere th a t exists for music
B urrougin 1 - 1 8 1441, 14Jji 144 - I
artinM
MM
artinM
arar 1
117 22?; 22 4 22?4 -- %‘/ , Gt
Qt Dai
B; Pet
? gon Norgolds 4,15; Minnesota
sola idem
identified the two as John Con88 4% 4 ',4 4 % ......... , “ .
Cal Flnanl
34 fi*, 6 ^
fis, + 14 MayDStr
MayD.Str 1.60
I.
Affiliated Fund
9.16 9.91 mKaking.”
|„ b
26 3 4 t| 34H
34^44 4?4 ?4Gulf
GulfAm Cp
29 8 '^ 8 '4
8 1 ^V
4 ii
?4 test;
te S t; high utility cows 17.90 16 round reds unquoted.
rad A nderson, 18, Route 3, ‘'“"J
and
CaluniM 1-20
33 39 38U 3 8 i.'i......
Maytaa 1.60a
1.6
• ••;; Maytag
10 39% 39 4 39?4 4-4- %?4 GulfResrc
GulfR
Ch
171 32?i 31(5 3JW ++1*4
18.41
h.
Commonwealth
20.22
22.10
f j also cites new teach>W
18.40;
utility
16.00-17.50.
•;•
i t "’S
Egbert
(,'anipRL 45a
34 21*, 20>, 20?, —
mc Q II ,40b
.401:
Robert R . Weaver, 18, Wash- ii McCnll
6 31
30 4 31 . . . . . Hycon
Hycon Mfg
116
1C
16 - ?4
u,
Dow Theory
8.09 ? Ing 8.95
C amp Soup I
44 27?J 2J'{ 2 7 H ....... McDonD
McDonD .40h
.4
394 83% SO I SI?; 4-1%
4-l?4 Hydrometal
Hydro
techniques which make
S 19% 19% 19J4 74 i !14 Hogs 400; barrows and gills
ington
FUTURES
ingtc S treel North.
C anlren .80
3| 24?, 24»i 2 4 ? ,++ ^4 M
MeadCp
eadCp 1.90
I.
46 39
38 I 38?i -- ' /%, Im
imper
per Oil 2«
3 61% 61»; 6 1 %- M
- % steady
ste a
to
25
lower;
1-3
190-240
Lfould Eaton and Howard 16.75 18.20 learning
learninc music fun and not a
vere O
. .. The following quotations were
Oflfficers said the two would
C arnPL t 1 34
14 39‘, 3» 39 —
Melv ShSh 1.60
1
- *1
, l Melv
96 70'/. 69
70 4-1%
4 -H i KKttlsei
aiser Ind
39 16U 16%16% . ..V .- tu Ib
1
19.75-20.00;
sows
steady;
1-3
'
'ourt
Fidelity
Trend
32.01
34.80
chore—|
if'SO chore—plinking out the ‘‘Skat('a rrie r Cp 1 28 64 63^ 63?4 —
McrckC 1.40a
1.4
- ^♦ MerckC
39 88% 88
88',4 -- ?i?i McCrory
McCr( wt
6 6V4 6% 6 % ......... \ ° *
lerls be arraig
n ed in Police Court
'
provided by E. W. McRoberts
a
C arierW 40a
48 16>', 1ST, |(t ++ ^f MerrChap
MerrChaDI«
Ib 17.50-18.60.
5 25% 25
25% +4- %U MeadJohn
Mead.
;a n d Keystone
10.12 11.04
of.j W
w aaltz’' on the piano every
.41
76 33 ti 33*4 33?i - % 195-115
195^
i'S l or’s
T uesday afternoon on the grand
Keysto B-4 '
■ and Co,, Twin Falls,
Tues
Cnse .11
24 21% 2Ui 21«i -- ^ MGM
m GMlb lb
168 S6?4 9S
95?4 4-4- %% MichSug
MichS .lOg
9 7?4 7% 7 ?4 .........
CV
Sheep
5.000; slaughler spring
were
Keystone
K-1
9.12
9.96 day
day for
for a month Is out—and the
9.96
C atfrT r 1.20
32 45*, 45^', 45Vi —
MldSoUtil .76
,
larceny
charge.
They
also
were
Keysto
- Vis MldSoUtil
78 23?', 22}i 32% 4-4- 54?4 Molybden
Molyb
J .,,.
M aine Potatoes
larct
t 49% 49?4 49?i 4 %
,
Jlljj
lambs
50-75
lower
than
Monday;
O la n tsc C p 2
35 fi2?i fiU,', 62?i + 1HUi MinerCh
MinerCh 1.30
1.
33 S I?! 91 J 9 1 %- - % Monog
Monot Ind
norn- Keysto
Keystone K-2
7.56 8.25
8.25 "grow
"growir
ing awareness bt peopio
9 112 111 111 - %
lose being
High Low Close
belni questioned Tuesday mornC en co ln s 30
30 51H 51
51 ...... MinnMM
MinnMM 1.30
1,
73 83*4 8 2 ;
8 2 (4- 1- 1%% NewPark
NewP
fe c d
Mn
20 9
8% 8 % .........
.....
feeders
and
slaughter
ewes
not
other
Keystone
S-2
"
11.12
12.14
in
cduc!
2.14 In cdjication that things like mu2.23 Ing concerning several
Keysto
Cem SW 1.60 23
43 43^i - /I
}• Mo
Mo Kan
Kan TTe*
2.23 2,20
2,23
ll2 16% 15h .16% 4-4- */j% PPanco
an co iil Pet 4 1%
l? t
IV4 *4 ?4 established; spring lambs „of Nov.
,
K
eystone
S-3
10.91
11.91
sic
m
d a r t are needed to bai- C erro 1 60b
63 39‘, 38Jj 39 —
MobllOil 1.80
1.1
1-91
sic
M
- ^ MobllOII
157 4 l?J 41W
41%
4%
r
ic
4- %.RIC Group11 1% 1?I 1% 4 ?l
2.52
Keysto
I n M arch
2„«
2,51
2,52 thefts
theft a n d burglaries.
C ert-teed .80
15 I 8 i,i IB
181,4 + *,4
4 MMohasco
ohijco 1 I
75 18?4 !? «
18 +4- %.S
% scurry
c u r r Rain
+1 CnOi
choice and prime grade 90-110
119 3 8 « 37?4 3«?4 +1
Ih e lr programs. Almost evKeystone S-4
6.77 7.39
7.39 ance
ancelhi
April
2.72 2,68
2,70
CessnaA 1 40
28 48?| 481/, 48'4 —
Monsan 1.60h
1.6
- ?»
^ Monsan
130 44?4 43?i 43T4 -- % %.Signal
s iin a lOilA I
2.70
------------- ^—
199 35*; 34?; 35 -- *i
Ifa
222.50-23.10; including .several "P
■
>
lb
r
International Fund 15.85 17.14
cry school
sch
7.14 cry
today has a music
CFI Sll .80
30 20
lfl‘i 20 +
MontDUt 1.52
1
MontDUt
7 3l(5 31^ 3 1 % ........
....... ..SSpern
perry R wt
287 19
14% 15 4- %
23 ,|[g May
5,07 3,03
3,04 Q ,
Chea Ohio 4
34 6 8 ?; (8
6 B?J 4-1
MontPow 1.56
I
loads 92-105 Ib range lambs 23.00
MontPow
16 31?4 i \ / . 3 l W- -‘,4‘,4 Statham
Slathe Inst
5 49% 49
4i -1 ',4 1030
--- --------t i i r i Insur.
i
. e r tlfe
Invest 6.88 7,52
7.52 program
progran ."
ChlMil fltP I
33 47 48‘4
MonlWard
MonlWard
92 24
33?i 33% ~~ %% SyniexCn
Svnie:
.40
34 92^4 9 1 ^ 01?4 -3 W
223.10.
2 tO
to
'
75
Q.
1,59
Or,a
s
th
e
member of a youth-----pioxiM
anhattan
10.60
11.59
Or,-as
UllI'
QuoUtlont
from
NA
6
D
at
ipproxi*
Monha
750-850
Ibs
24,25-25,00;
cows
utilcim
C hPneu 1.80h
21 «> 4
42'^ -” W
Morrell
^4 Morrell
16 43?4 41 i 41?I -— *41; Technicol
Techn
.40
20 27M 27% 27'/. - %
00. mitely
10 a. m. All bid* «r« InUrdMlM
C hriiC rofl Ib
10 34i/, 33 , 34'/4 + U
Motorola I I
3,84 ful
Ji»l« Ma.SS.
M ass. Inv. G rowth 12.66 13.84
ful rock
rocli ’n’ roll group puts it,
H Molorola
14 127 I25j{ UBJi 4-4- Vi\ i UConlrol
uCont .l7g
ity and commercial 16.25-18,00.
"•I'lInlerdetUr
208 10% 10
10',4 4 V*
C h ry iler 2
248 47?J 49?j 47'/. + j i MI.SITT
M tS lT T 1.24
I,
L,.- bldfl.
quoUUon* do not In* M ass. Inv. T ru st 16.83 18.40
17 23% 23H 3 3 %- - % WnNuclr
WnNu .20
8 3 4 .- .3 3 ? ;. 34 .......
.t.i:
OMAHA
“ ^si
8.40 musical
musical instrum ents are a way
Sheep 300; .spring slaughter
“S ; reull mirlnip,
CIT Fin I.RO 154 3l?i 31 i 3I?J + %
N alA
irlin,60
clurfa
nl»rk down or JJ®” *
/4 N alA
irlin
8 76% 76
78 ' ". ., .7. . CopyriihWd
Coeyr
by Th* A ssec)at«4 P reis 1967
qj
2.31
for
people to express
riliesS v c 180
71 51'J 50V, 5IV^, 4Nat BISC
Disc 22
National Growth
11.26 12.31 for young
yot
comm
OMAHA (Ai’i (USDA) - Cat- lambs
lam steady; choice and prime
‘ime commlMlon.
Nfltioni
+• % Nal
20 49
48?J
4B?4 — %
ClevKlIll 1,80
21 3fi?4 37 ; 38U —
Nat Can
Can .50h
.5
- ',4
U Nat
10 37?; 37^J
37?; - %
i.OOBid Asked
Nation; Slock
sked National
9.05 9.89
9.89 themselves.
themsel'
tie 9,000; calvcs 10; slaughter
ihter 85-1
85-110 Ibs spring lam bs 24.00CocaCola 2.10 62 120 M5 i 117^ 4-2>,i
fjatCash 1.20
1.
*■•]} NatCash
28 102 101
101 - %
J.OO- AAlbe
lbertson’s
10.25 10.62'4
.62'/^ Putnan
Putnam
16.24 17.76
tota of 1,430,000 guitars was
7.76 AA total
, ' .steers, steady; cows steadyy to 25.00;
25.01 choice 80-100 Ibs 23.00Colo Palm 1 33 39?i 39 4 39?i 4NalDairy 1.50
I
^ !4
'.i NfUDairy
34 38% 38'/,
38% - '/i
C olllnRad .80
40 lOHi #9 i lOWJ 4Nut Dist
Dist 1.80
1
* ?4
% Nut
34 44% 43%
44 4 ?i
iwes EEqui
quality Oil
22.00
22.50 Television
TelevJs
strong, Instances of 25 higher;
24.0 cull to good shorn ewes
■50
Elec
10.80 1.76
11.76sold
sold inin 1966, says the conferher; 24.00;
{•otolnlC. 1.60
32 40?i 40 40«/,.4Nnt Fuel
Fuel 1.68
1.
+ 1,4
'.s Nat
8 30?4 3W4 3014 4 %
mi
7.26
ence,
F
irst
Sec.
Corp.
31.00
32.00
Value
* f18j 4-N >4
E W Y O R K r ( A P ) - W o o l (fuu - slaughter
s la u
.00 Value U n e Income 6.62 7.26 ence, an
a d more than 4,650,000
4.00-7.50.
Firsi
steers high choice and 4.00
( BS 1.40h
131 63W 62*i 62^5 4.
Va NatNatGenl
Genl.20
+ Vt
71 Ifl
17?i
Col G as 1.44
30 27? 27*4
■
Vi Nal
Nal GGyps
yps 2!
FFlrsl
irst Sec. Invest 5.87>4 6.37'4 Value
Value Line Spec. Sit 7.43- 8.14
*'*' Vf
118 46',4 4S',4 48'/i +4- s»i t tU
u r re
e si c l o s e d '.1 o f a c e n t l oiwer
w e r prime
p rlit
1200 Ib 28.15; heifers high
8.14guitars
guitars have been purchased
-----( om lC re 1.80
74 33?* 3314 33?, 44- U
\\ N
n le
i.^ad
2.3
a d 2.25f
51 62% 62!
62'4 + + % t otO 1.4
1 c c n t s h i g h e r . O c t I1 7f.OB,
0.00 during
.0 B , cchoice
hoi
and prime 1205 Ib 27.0(1;
GGarret
22.75 West.
(Vest. Indus. Shares 9.14 10.00
•'^5
during th
t e past four years.
7.00;
CATFLE FUTURES
an F reightl. 22.00
lo m S o lv 1.20
19 39?i i i \ \ 39^/, -- %?4 Nal
NatSteel
Steel 2.50
2
31 50% 30!i
80% - I
„ '
.00 ' ‘ --------------- — --------------------------e c I1 9 .0 B , M a r I I 9 . 4 B , May
M a y utility
u tllli
and commercial cowss at Tl
rare Idaho
( o m w l'd 2.20
12 49 48?J 48»i -- U
U Nal
Nat Tea
Tea .80
.1
4 I4?4 14
14 ........ D 6C
Tlie following quotations were
Idah P ow er Pfd. 65.00 68.00
{ om sal
23 62H 6214 62',/. -- ' / «\{ Newbrry
Newbrry .30g
.3
15 22
21
22 +4 11 , 1l 1i 9n .4i B , J l y 1 1 9 .4 B , D c c I2 0UB.
erts
Interm
tn.
Gas
10.75
11.35
.
,
.I B . 16.50-18.00;
)6 .5 (
canner and cutters
•35
Iters pro'
provided by E. W, McRoberts Intel
I on F dis 180
10 33 ^ 33',; 33*1.......
NEnsb EI
El 1.36
I.
...... NEH
13 26% 2rj;
2 6 * /,- %
iiiui«M Nmn
nmn n ctt
75.75 *l"«tni
uiigtn iiiu n HMHi mint u mr. laiiitn
e ent wmuir eo, fwuoii,
Liberty
7 J77%
j 4 C ?4
e r t i f i c a t e d w o o l s p o t 1 1 7'.ON.
.0 N . 16.00-17.50.
16.0(
and Co,, Twin Falls.
LIbe G em Sliver .67
( onElecInd 1
40 46?i 48^ W A -- %
U NYCent
NYCent 3.13a
3.1
18 77?; 77 {
t nnFood 1.40
31 47?, 4?',. 47?, 4iatMPP 1.10
1
+ )l ij NNiagM
74 23
21 J 22 +4- VI
%
W (o o l to p s f u t u r e s c l o s e d q ulet.
u ie t.
He
Hogs
8,000; barrows nnd Bill,'!
gilt.s
lose M
orrlson-Knud. 24.00 24.37%
■m
High
Low
Close
Mon
C onN C ai 1.60 84 2 9 ^ 29«; 2H';{ -- %
i l Norflk
NorflkWW
it it 6a
24 105!; 105 { 105?4 +4- J*?4 N
M oa s, a l e s .
.75
25
25 m
n ostly 50 lower; 1-3 200-260
!7'.90 Rogers
Brothers 20.75
21.75
1-260 Oct
Oct.
■ 27.90 27.82 ■■27'.90
RogI
ConPow l.96h
12 42V, 42U M V . .......
NA Avia
Avia 2.80
2
. . . . . NA
16 45?; 45 J
45?J - %
*
.>>tv
C oniainr 1.30
33 ,30«; 30?; 30*| -- >4
NorNGai 2.40
3
...“
C e r t i f i c a t e d s p o t w o o l t o p s at
a t Ib
jb 19.75-20.00;
I!
sows steady lo0 25 Dec.
Dec
% NorNGai
4 48*4 47 \ W A ........
CC
!7.72 Sliver
.38
27.72 27.62 27.72
Sllvc S ta r Queens .34
CnntA irL .40
78 "iJIU 31
31?; 4Nor Pac
Pac 3,80
3
4 H
% Nor
28 66
65 { 65% -- !«i
Ifift
fiN .
t
I
6
0
.0
lower;
lo
w
e
1-3
350-400
Ib
17.50-18.50.
peh
!7.52
Sierra
Life
2.75
3.75 f .
8.50.
Feb.
27.55
27.45
27.52
Slen
l ont C an 3
30 93?i S3?4 S3?, 4H NNStn
Pw 1.93
1.
4 ^4
StnPw
8 30% 3 0 ;
30%-% *
Sh
Sheep
1,800; spring slaughter
to rn In* 3
4fi 78',i 78 78 —
Northrop II
- tUi Northrop
41 38% 38 4 3 8 % ........
oB r-B Id ; N - N o m l n a l
17.22 Surety
5.50
5.87W ' H
ihtcr Apr
April
27,25 27,20 27,22
Sure Life
Com Oil 2.60
27 70U G9?i 70 44- \<i Nwit
Nwit
AlrlAlrl.70
90 107'a 106 I
llambs
am l
+ HWi V 41% ---------------------------weak lo mostly 25 lower;
n
17.22 WWes
est C oast Alrl. 15.37% 15.87% _
™ r; ju
June
27,27 27,22 27,22
Control Duia 297 122H 120^ 121 4K NWBan
NWBan l.OOa
1.0
4 ?1
I 92% 92 4 52l ........
shorn
slaughter
ewes
weak
and
C ooperin 1.20
Ift 50*4 50 -60?4 +4- ?4
Norton 1.90
1.5(
% Norton
10 44% 44U
44V - • %
Corn Pd I.70
37 45?i 45'/. 4 5 ', i.. . . . -- Occident
Occidenl .80b
.8
lamos choice wilh some
161 57
98
ome
+ I96^ 4 ?2
S u g a r
sspring
p r il
CnrGW 2.ioa
« 3261/, J25!4 325?J -- W OhloF.dls
OhloF.dls 1.30
1
33 27
28*
37 4 '/,
...I , end prim e 84-114 Ib 23.00-23,50;
^■59,
Thii announcement it neitherr on olfer
offer lo lell nor a lellcilollon of> f .
Cowles .50
13 18 15^ 16 .......
OllnMalh 1.80
I
...... OllnMalh
65 76% 75
78 +4 %
NNEI W Y O R K ( A P ) - D o m c s t l c
lecuriiiei. Iho offerlna il mode onlyy
C nxB dcai .SO
13 9Q</. 55?4 W A 4+-U
OtisE lev
Elev3
1%i OllJ
19 43% 42
42 4 4 ? ,
6.50.
cn olfer lo bu>' any of thetoe iflcuritiea
^„
qui?
5.50-6.50.
m m
* ]’ s u g a r f u t u r e s N o . 10 c l o s e d q u iCrou.seHind I
33 351,4 35 35>4 »- % Outh
OuthM M
ar ar.80
89 25?{ 25 29 .. .........
by llie oflflfing Circular.
CrowCol l.87t
S 52 51?; 5l? i -- % Owenilll
Owenilll 1.39
1,
18 95% 55
85 I -- % cCt .t. N. o s a l e s . R a w s u g a r s p o t
CHICAGO
Crown Cork
13 58’J 58ii 58V, 44- *4 Pac
Pac GGEEl
I
I 1.40
41 34
33
33 4“ - %
7 14 4. W o rld s u g a r N o . 8 c l o s e d
'* -7*.3
p,
CrownZe 2.26
13 483; 47^ 48?J +4- ?4
Pac Ltg
Ltg 1.90
1
!4 Pac
30 27% i W 37 i ........
7^
CHICAGO
(AP) - (USDA) shares
*
.
3 6 0 , 0)00
0 0 sl
'
f>uo Sll l.2fl
S 23 23 .’ 1 . . . • Puc
Puc PPeetro
tro l
87 I9?4 M» 1 1 1 ........ 22-1
'J 33 lo w e r. S a l e s 2 ,1 7 8 c o i i t r a c l s .
I
no
Hogs
4,500; barrows and gills 25
Cudahy Cn
13 '11*; 11*4 11*4 -- ^% PacPw
PacPwLtLt 1.20
1
18 23% 2 iV 2 3 % ........
Q
C
t
••••• O c t 1.64, N o v 1 .7 4 , M a r 1.95-56,
.C u rtis Pub
8 lfl»i Iflli 19*4 +
4 (4
U PacT&T
PacT&T 1.30
1.
12 26
35* .35 - %
w .,,
to 50 lower; 1-2 210-240 Ibs 20.25;
h
M
a
y
2.04^15,
J
l
y
2
.1
3
,
S
e
p
2
,21^
C urtiss. Wr 1 02 30?4 2D?; 20% +4 ?i
PanASul l.SO
1.
C o m mnon
on Stock
{
% PanASul
488 26% 37?
38 4- %
75; .1-3 200-250 Ibs I0..50-20.25;
Dan Rlv 1.20
10 -22'4 211'*
Pan Am
Am .40
.<
- U
% Pan
358 28% 37j
31 ^ +4- «% 2222, , O( c t 2 .2 5 , N o v 2 .3 2 . .
( “f j '
late
19.50-75 ; 2-3 250-270 lbs 19.00- ’
DaycoCp l.«0
5 4I?4 41 4IH 414 Panh
Panh EEPP 1.60
I,
f 54
75 33% 33 33 ........
Day P L 1.40
3 30 ;9?i .39?; -- *4
ParkeD
% ParkeD
av avl a
41 31
30U
30
4i
<
50 l;-2
190-200 Ibs 19.50; 1-3 325+‘ i •
------------------------ ^
50
1
(4 Peab
oal 1
64 43% 43U
~ 4
D eere 1.80a
« 6W a S9?4 SO’ i -- <4
Peab C Coal
- 43
SPO T M E T A IS
350
350 lbs sows 18.50-19.00; 1-3 350D elM n te 1.10
13 34?I 34 34U >- • jUj PennDlxie
PennDlxie.60
237 37% 38«
36 4- %
D elta A ir 1.20 36 1 12! I10?l I12U 4- t]l\ Penney
Penney 1.60a
1.6
60 66?; 66U 86 4
NNEI W Y O R K ( A P ) - S p o t nnono n - 400
4 0 0 lbs 18.00-75; 1-3 400-450 Ibs
ho C
o rp o ratio n )
a jl
(An Idoho
Corpi
DenRGW 1,10 ‘ 15 19*; IB'4 IP'.^ -- %?4 PPaP
aPwwLLtt 1.32
1.
17 3l?4 31 31 ........
• " i18
; f f- 4e„ r. rf%o u s m e t a l p r i c c s T u e s d ay;
y ; . . 17.50-18.00;
17.5C
2-3 450-500 Ibs 16.75D etE dls 1.40
25 2S*; ISi 38? .......
RR 3.40a
3.4
...... PPat RR
40 66
65?i
i'
C o p p e r 38 c e n t s a p o u n d , ConC o n - 17.50.
17.5C
Det Steel ,68
19 1C?; lfl(J 18?4 -~ %?4 Pennioll
Pennioll
1.40
20 113% i n i j 113% +4-1
CO
$
.
1
0
p
e
r
s
h
a
r
e
|
H
DiamAlk 1.20
50 34 33?| 34 .......
PepslCo .90
.90
...... PepsiCo
128 39% 38*
39 +4* 5'.
% nnC
c cCti
tlc u t V a lle y .
a
,, CCattle
1,200; slaughter steers
eers
^
D isney .40h
24 93V, 9314 0 3 < ;- - U14 PerfFilm
P ern'ilm .41f
.<
31 40?4 30
39% - ?i * 1 1'
:
e
$
.
2
5
p
e
r
s
h
a
r
e
'
H
oads
O
f
f
e
r
i
n
g
P
r
i
c
e
$
.2!
+
i
j
L
e
a
d
14
c
e
n
t
s
a
p
o
u
n
d
,
N
e
w
s
t
e
a
New
steady
lo
strong;
a
few
loads
%
PfiierC
1.30a
23
80
85
{
88
4
?
J
,
LC
Dist Seag 1
3 34*4 '3M
1.3
DomeM ln .80
48 47*; 4S?I 4 C U »-114
1 '4 PhfilpD
P h d p D 3.40t
3.4
23 75*1 75 J 79?4 -- H?J YY oorrkJ .
a n d lots mixed high choice and
and
DowChni 2.20
34 7SH 75U 7 9 U ...... Phila
Phila ElEl 1.64
1
23 32% 32 3 2 % ........
T |r
:ular, doled
8.25Coplei o( Ills olferlng Circular,
doled July 27, 1967, may be
i : ' ;75
:
c e n t s a p o u n d , EEast
a s t prim
p r l n ' e steers 1,200-1,250 lbs 28.25W 76% 74?|
- Z in
ji c
D reisln d 1.2S 41 38^ 35 4 35?4 +4 %*4 Phil
Phil RRdf
df 1.60
I,
Df...Hunt«r*..AnHer!pn_Cp.-TMn
ingfM - - — ■ ■
Cf76-- __ o b l o l n o d jr o :n lh e ^undervvfllor,
..H u n ler,
l sSt t,
, I,o
5
0
;
D u k eP w 1,20
7 3714 17ti 37',^ #«.(J PhllMorr
PhllMorr 1,40
1 • 37 46% 45?
48 +4- i%
) u l5 ____________ ^- ---------------— _ 50;
cholco-IiOOO-l,25()-lbs-2Gr76-----idenll
M l
------ iluF ont-J.7fin----- J 8 - I8 7 H - lH « -l5 8 M 4-^-%
n -- I'hltl
rh lllPP e r-l;4
r-1 : B ----- 45“ 83- " G n r 8 1 % ....... - TT Iin, “ i ; 5 2 ~ a ~ p o u n d r N 6 w n '6ork.
loice
o re d i e t e d lo b o n o lid e re ild
e n ll of
o f lim
ll State of Idabo. Uit th«
r k T 227.751
7 .75
mixed good and choice
...... PlIneyD
39 66
65 {
66 i 4- ?i
i
Duq Lt 1.60
6 31^4 S lii 31*4.......
PllneyO 1.30
].!
1
below,
H I
Ifgj.,,.
c
o
u
p
o
n
bfllow.
+ lC3
l 4 4-S i?4
l v e r 1 .6 7 5 p e r T r o y o u nnee,
c e , 000-1
000-1,125 lbs 25.75-26.75; hoifers
D ynamCp .40
B5 16)4 lfi>4 1 0 ^ ;.......
...... PPItPlale
llPlate 3.80
3.1 9 .8 3 I
63(
EnnI A ir .50
CS 64 83>4 93?; —
- ?4
% P I’ltli
llti Sleel
Sleel
m 13% n \ \
12 } - •Ji NNecwW Y o r k .
lload
o a d av erag e to high choicc' 950
Polaroid
30 JOO 4 198 300 \ 4- %
n„
EKodnk I.GOa 111 137 115^ 126 -- 1
Polaroid .41)
.4
T h e t u c k a w a y fifth
+ .! ;
Q u i o k j i l v e r $ 5 0 1 .0 0 p c r f l aask,
s k , llbs
b s ;26.25; choice 800-900 Ibs 24.7
I'lttonY a 1.25
14 3 1 3 0 7 4 30 ?4 ....... ProclerO
ProcterG 2,20
3
36 94% 04 94 ........
EG&n .20
30 Bl 4 82?i S2»I ~- 1
PuhSvcColo
PuliSvcColu I
31 31
31» 31 J ........
....... N e w Y o r k ,
J25.75;
5 .7 5
mixed good and choice
n l
H u n t e r , A n d e r s o n C o . -■
t h a t js a c k s a s fla t
------ P « b lk ln d-.(
4 -% P«»blklnd_48r----- 1 3 _ 9 L - 9— ,? } ^ t .
5 35 5 3 5 ( ; ^ 5 5 . . . .
,n u o — ------------ --------E lrc tn m Sp • » 27 , 37* 3 7 * 4 .... Ii . . PPub
urSPL
SPL l.CO
l.l
H I
— ■•■'larSherman-Avenuo—
I’.IPnioN G
ID9 31 4 311 3174 4- %
H Pullman
Pullman 3.80
3.
17 49
49 ,
49 - 4
l l j ’
a s y b u T s h irf!
F m e rK I 1.68
14 13 { 81 . 83‘ ; - 4f 4 nCA
RCA.80b
.80b
,
P .O . B o x 8 4 7
tl3 93 5 62*i
5) 4 + 4
...... llalilonP
24 26
35
M 4 4
i:nil Jnhnsnii
12 38 1 J 8 ^ 38 ?4 .......
llalilonP .80
.(
H I
C o e u r d 'A l e n e , I d a h o
S3 36?J 38) 36?4 4- 4 ____
^ r r lc U c k IIR
S8 9 1 D)
OH -- %
H RRiynier
iynier l.40l»
1.4
EthylCnrp .60 40 43 { 41 [ 4 3 i i-- %4 liaylhcon
Kayllicon .80
.1
64 82
Bl {
+ *1*
I + i
----------r —
H I
E vnnilM .«0b
93 32 I 31 i 32% 44 SI l<ea.llni
Keaillni Co
Cc
18 19% If
lft% ........
Send an offoring Clfculor forir Sllvir
S1lv«r Dutt*
Di Min, Co, toi
•••••
G R A IN
L IV K ST O C K
2 0 Ri
R a i l s 2 5 8 .8 2 u p 0 .5 5
MARKETS
AT A GLANCEr ^0
2 : 3 0 P .M . S U M M A R Y —
M ARK!
'
15 U til s 130.21 u p 0 .2 3
N E W Y O R K (A P ) A uio
u l o •' n
n ee w
w YORK
1
(A P) j j .Sg,to c k a 3 2 3 .5 4 u p 0 .0 6
^
fiS
s h a r e s p e rk e d u p a jn lx e d s lo c k :
“‘^“ 1 Stocks — M ixed: trading modm a r k e i , l a le
ih is
a fle rn o o h .
. RyderSys
Rydcrs .«
^ 26% 25%'
------- I r a d i n g j i i a s _ m D £ l c i a l t _ _ ___ l _ c o u o n -
Business
Mirror
lem-'HearinffOn
‘an'dMaiislauffhter equal'
tem-^ ~
"
Is Continued
1
Potatoes
i Youths Held
For Larceny S '
„ Mutual Funds [' '^
Over the Counter
K“y°
.. ,
j|
Woot
■ I;
% forpeople d
^ goingplaces,,^
1
Sllv6rButte Mining
Mlnii Company
fl
ixclusive,new
:I
E v frslm rp
r a lrc h Cam
P a ir Mill .15«
F an iteel Mel
r e d d e n ,80
I'edD.Str 1.70
l> rr(iC |> 1.20
rillro l 1.40
rire sln e 1.40
r ir m c h it .511
F lin tk n if 1
19 33 i 23 4
143 68 i B7U
24 '35 4 m
27 S7 4 BBU
57 33
31U
III 6<)?4 e?H
in i n i 3ft 4
20 39i; 2«i;
87 49 4I?4
10 3 II 4 3Qi(
17 23 4 » !
23^4 44 (44
M -fl
41
]SV4 4f 4
6 7 > 4-- 4
32* 4f 4 4
( 9*4 436% -- 4
2 8 ? i-- I
49 f ' J4
31*4 4f-H
%
RelcliCli
Reich Cli .4011
.4
nepill.su
neniiliSll 3,80
3
Revlon
Revlon 1.3ft
1.3C
RReiall
eiall .30b
.30b
Keyn
Keyn M
Mflfl M
.
Reyn
ReynTob
Tob 3
lUiccmM
lUiccmM 1.40
\.
Roitnfirl
Roitn firl .snn
.3
Hohr
Hohr Cn
Cp .80
J
RoyCCnli
RnyCCnli .73
,
R oRyoy
ilUilU
u t u tl l
46 31
30 48 1
121 67 J
39 36'
43 62
89 39 I
17 37 4
81 .9 4
71 38%
34 34%
I I 1B%
Twin Falls
I
ills Markets
20H
ll.KSS CCholi
h o l n S u tc l ie n ,
'30
• 4H 4u rle%y ......... .................................. ll.K
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H E L P IN G H A N DI
anil EE a s t p la y e d the a c e and.
con- icn.
S o u th 's th re e n o - tr u m pD conteno of f c lu b s. T h e ten w as allowt r a c t looked a s if it h a d1 beeh
beeh edetitoto h o ld th e trick a n d East I
g lu e d to g elh e r w ith d ishiwater.
w a te r, shifted
siiifted to a diam ond. South I
So u th should m e re ly h a v e raised
raised won
won th
t a t. H e couldn't afford P
le
had
lo
o n e lie a rt to two b u t he had lo lelett W est in a t this point. |
c ls c te d to re s p o n d o n e spade
spade West
West s ig n a le d w ith h is jack I
a n d , inste a d of d r o p p inlg
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Sout p la y e d his nUK o f hearts
and
“"d le
le t it h o ld th e tric k after
Wcst d is c a rd e d a club. Then
South le d a sp a d e [ow ard dummy a n d fin e s se d the ja c :k.
k . At
",'y
Ihis p o in t S outh was su re of
of
'I)'* P
eight tr ic k s a n d would ‘make‘
I
nine if h e could pick up Ihe
whole
whole s p a d e su it. He rainn off
^d u m m y 's h e a r ts .
“7 ™ ;
E a s t m a d e a friendly play
here. H e h a d to m ake one dis5"^^- I
card a n d le t h is last sp ad e go.
M eanw hile S outh was discardMeanw
ing h is la s t tw o clubs a n d West
was g e ttin g rid of his clubs and
Ihe d e u c e o f diam onds. '
S outh c a s h e d dum m y’s ace of
spades, n o te d th a t E ast did not
follow s u it a n d led a diamond.
D WALT DULANEY
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If He Works Nights
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^ Dear W alt: About sfat monthsonlhsI f ' I f ' "charm school" equates
us at
"$500" or "professional model"
rTlJfi] ago I started w orking nights
at ‘'$500'
:hris- wwith
ith mom, ask hec to investi1 I * a theater. M y stead y girl (Chrisler aatt ggaatete \ what your local YWCA, dep:v? tie) would have me leave her
IVEST
east
p artm en t store, or 4-H club ofL 'j' the skating rink a t 7 p.m.. and
and partnAQDCS
nlght. fe rs for
then pick her up a t midnight,
f under $25. I think she'll
.
N
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VQC54and impressed! —
f e Fine. Well, all this time, while be surprised
su
I
W KEsntR
W
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♦ Q 8 543
I was working, she w as flirting
irting E le.
'^ucm oH ics . ’ ^
p
+ KJ96 3
+ A 1 00
state
■
MOTHERS
SINS
F A U UPON
with the soldiers that skate' ' MOT
|f
SOUTH
l,i|5 there. Once she w as necking
cking
GIRL
Rj
with one of them a n d was going
Dea
D ear Ele and W alt: "X" walks
W
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school 'm fh us. W e're fairly
15® to go out with him . but at,t the, to scl
S
■
'
lie
good friends, although she can
mlK last mintue she changed her good
n
thing,
nev
er attend school activities
mind
and
told
m
e
everything,
never
^
,
East-W est vulnerable
Because she was honest, II forfor- because
becau she has to slay home
’® ,
W j^ gave her.
aanndd titake care of h e r sisters and
W est N orth E a st Soulh
W
■
^ I qI iquit the job, a n d everything
'thing bbrothi
ro th e r (she's like a mother to
■ i'ly
P ass 1 *
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-f
ailing
S h o rt RJba
wwaas
s OK. B ut now I'm getting those kids!) Her fa th e r works a t
Pass 2 *
P a s s 2N.T, ™
—
another
job
and
I
know
she'll
night,
i'll
go
night,
and while h e ’s oul, her
Poss 3 N.T. P a ss Pass ' monds a n d h a d to lead a spade r
n
f 0I«J
J anoth
Pass
ska
til again if 1 h a v e to work mothe
m other goes out n nd "paints the
skating
up to S o u th 's kinj^ten.
—
Ights. tow
to wn.'
n ." We know fo r a fact lh a t
on Fri<(ay or S aturday nights,
O peninE lo a d — V 10
jfore, hheerr tmother spent a weekend
Seein
Seeing how things w ent before,
____
C A R D SENSE'
'
w
ith
■
•
do
I
have
a
right
to
say
"no
w
ith
ssome college boys recently,
■
b id d in g a t tw o s p a d e s a fte r his
skatli
skating?'’ Or should I trust her?
her? an d hhas threatened to leave h er
fn im Q—T h e b id d in g has b e e n ;
p a r t n e r 's r a is e , h e w e n t to two Q— T
o u th
J 1
-—Usher.
U sl
several tim es,
hhusband
usba
West
N o r th
E a st
Soulh
ro -tru m p .
' ’ost,
No one is allow ed lo hang
(i5. 1 * ' D b le
P a ss
2 N.T.
Dear Usher: It’s virtuallyy ImN o rth m ig h t h a v e b e e n satis/
rW
possible for an attractive: girl
girl a r o ui n d "X " because ,p ar(r,™ „Fass
3»
P a ss
?
fie d to q u it a t tw o no-trum p
)ul aa en ts have
heard ab o u t her mothto remain “ solo" throughout
h
t T n ? You, S o u th , hold:
.b e c a u s e h is o p e n in g bid s swas
Z ♦>^’> » A J 5 4 * 4 3 Z 4 . K 1 0 K
a er.
e r. "X " doesn’t know the truth
five-hour
skating
session.
If
ossm ie ♦
J ij
a b o u t as m in im u m a s possible
pos^l (m ale cousin, younger
anger about
ab o u t her mother. She always
y l ■relative
' b u t he d e c id e d t h e r e w'as
a s no
,
no
th r e e h e arts. Y o u j '
feels hurt because kids keep
brother, etc.) ca n take her, feels
r e a l p la y f o r tw o n o - tr u m'P
p and c o n sid e re d b id d in g tw o hearls
-------t a r l s " - ■.■ j e . ; y
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have
aw
ay from her.' S h e writes us
great! ff not, I think you
aw ay
" it y o u w ere g oing to b e s e t you at, y o u r la s t tu rn to b id .
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to
sob
—
a
right
to
object.
B
ut
basic
sob
sistories and k eep s asking us
" m i g h t as w ell g o d o w n a t a
---------—
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u
hy i no one wants her around.
C a o ta in E a sy
rW
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brothi
all
this is your jo b . Can't. you wwhy
tunate°■' w o rth-w hile c o n tr a c t. F o rtu
n a te TC T O D A Y 'S Q U ESTIO N
Should we tell "X ’’ what we’ve
look a little further and find) one Shouli
p E ^ y . PO VOU m tJT TO
h e deami
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PiWWIkl Efl$y„,
^ rVE HEARD IHW VOU'RB
■ly f o r N o rth a nd S o u th (he
deYYooi u b id th r e e lic a r ls and
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athat
ng! j u s t
flight hheard
™
requires daylight
eard, o r would s h e be hurt
, lolo
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BE5IPE5,
?TE
shifts?-W alt. more? How should we tre a t
f ouurr h e a r t s . W h a t do y o u do
(
■ c a s io n a nd South m a n a g’ed
e d to
to fo
:R'WJffP
a
i
Dll"
X
? We're all 14.—Two Who
ME
Dear
Ele:
I'm
n
o
t
Phyllis
Dii“
X" "?
n ow
w ??
J'
g a th e r nine tric k s .
no
i i l tjw iim w , iw w tkw ow .m rs.
‘
^0
■" " '' -J
^
ler or anything, b u t thereI are
are CCare.
are.
ESr I'LU PAV ALL VAN H0RW...L8r5 SET
IB $m r
y
West started helping out
)u t by
«
ction
DDea
ear Two: With your com ;.|
lots of other girlS'irT our section
opening the len of h ea rls. DumDum A n s w e r n e j(t Is s u e
g
e lot
you’re doing all you
J
a t school who are a whole
lot panlonship
panlor
:imesca
n
do
^
prettier
than
I
am
.
Sometimesca
n
d( directly for " X , ' We apT l^
\l
ks toto plaud
^
the boys make w ise remarks
plaud you, and also your parents
vA
me. Just last week, a lady talktalk- fo
forr not
no falling inlo th e otlier parning, eennts'
pattern of blacklistifl
ed to us girls ab o u t grooming,
ts' unjust
i
T
w n^mn n n r in n r s iP ^ ^
ul
it.
ing
H
and the boys found out about it. ing the
th innocent daughter of a
When we girls cam e back to0 the guilty
guilty mom. Don't s a y anything
’—:>
o'
I?
^
classroom, one boy said lome,
me, to
to.. "X
"J " about h e r adulterous
—
O
^
“ You sure didn't ch an g ei" and
and parent.
parent But talk th e situation
lould ov
H
everyone laughed. W hat should
over
er with
v your parents. Perhaps
“—•i—^
^
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o' . r
V
I do? Don't suggest a charm
they'll
larm th
ey 'll find a way to a l« t the
^
school. My m other’s against
g irl's father,—Ele a n d
it it.it. g irl's
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fi hilarious games'- can
D ear No: I hope y o u paid close
r e a l ly spark up an outdoor
:lose rfially
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G a s o lin e A lley
nllentlon lo th e g ro o m in g cona r l y.. Ele and Walt have 35 sugcon- pparty
o
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A nyw ayT he^
2
sultant. Good appearance isn't geslions
geslioi in Iheir pam phlet "GoIT co
n v in cin q .C o rk y .'l w ould n 't g o t o
ope! iUeei'm
l^icl^lnq around!
convir
Dea:in 30 minutes. It takes day- GGoo Games,"
1 3 ^ I t ’S
ih
id
won
G
lh a t are almost
r l He
o u ld n 't ta k e I t h a t o ld h o u s e
someplace fori
Hecco
o
treasure
drew it: wlien we
\
ipon- gguaranteed
to m ake any outdoor
by-day determ ination. Componu arai
jy,iie
VWouldn’t
tie?
The
fuU
an
;ids plauind
thirtu years k it ;
were i^ids
plai
\
°g map.’
in 1 found
gj
ents? Count proper diet, ade- pparty
a rty a success. F o r a copy
: qo to \ shovel is qone...and
won
3 il: in Nubbin's
pi
Dirates.'
and Nubbin
^
quateir rest, deep cleansing off the wwrite
rite lo Tffin-age Date-Line, in
o ^ ^ r e t vaul^
:e-up ccaarere cof this new spaper, enclos/
skin, mastery of basic make-up
jl
methods, and polishing sewing
wing ing
ing aa dime and self-addressed
U
skills.
envelo
envelope.
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T u o id a y , August 2 9 , 1967
T ie d F o r L e ad
d
A f t e r SSeeccco n d
R ound O f
H
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" U.S. Swimii
iTmmers^Are—
Highlight
C Games
ht Of
W if’
i
By RO BEflT LIBtl
gan
gand In I9C6 and the pending
TOKYO (A P) — American
rect of 4:08.8 racked up by 17r
imerican record
sw
swimmers
started off onn anoth-. year-old
yea
Mark Spitz of Santa
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er'
cr— record—ram page— Monday, C
Clai
larar-C alif.H it-Santaj:iara 4 a 5 t-:—
—
__ smashing three world standards
Jul; July 8 . '_____ ^
tandards
_
_
• In a sweep of seven swimming
vimming 'Hhrckcox’s 'tim e surpassed 'the
and diying finals in thele World llslt
listed m ark of ;59.6 set by
and K en V enturi w ere .
p ar f(
for two trip s around the 6 ,- Casper
Ci
By WILL G R Il^L E YY
University G am es. . ,
Tho
Thompson Mann of the United
:ourse, ai
am ong t h o s e w ho barely
1
573-yard W estchester course,
Associated P re ss Sporls Wi’Ifer
W riter S73-yii
I
The record sm ashing winners Stales
Stat a t the Tokyo Olympics in
squeezed In a t 145.
.
R Y E . N .Y , (A P) - Crusty and a one^stroke edge over sc
w ere Greg Charlton, 19,
9, Area- 1964 jand the :59.5' clocking of
■d four The second round, a fte r three '
D an Sikes, who pulled out of the F ran
ra n kl Beard, w ho exploded
iP C
dia. Calif., with 4:08.2 ina the 400 team
tear m ate Dbug Russell. Midinlshed delays,
finally was com pleted in
d(
tournam ent tw ice and got a birdies
birdie in a ro w and finished
L V /O
metei- freestyle; Charles
lane Tex., in' a morning heat7‘
es Hick- land,
135. th
this richest of all golf to
tcurnau rn a - 7 ^
th ird chance because of' rain, birdie,
birdie tir d ie fo r a 67 and J35.
CO
cox, 20, of .Phoenix. Ariz., in Russell
Rus
was 'second In, the final
ilar 62 m ents—the $250,000 bonanza
blazed a course record lO-underonanza
under- SSike
ik e s jire d his spectacular
p . j Sox Ithe
100 m eter backstroke
Iroke in 60 sseconds flat,
th-place F rom New York, the Red
5I
10. The
By B E N OLAN
iing team 11,tim es. Fourth-place
lOgeys. w
with a first prize of $50,000.
p ar 62 M onday a n d lied Tennes'ennes- with
w ith 10 birdies a n d no bogeys,
»
■■59-3.
and
the
400
m
eter
Tl
ter
IreeThe
relay
quartet wiped out
nd Min- retu
rn hom e for a four-game
ly, but A ssoclatci P reS s Sports: Writer Detroit,
1
1'/, gam es behind
1
lar 72, su
sun shone m ost of th e day,
see’s M ason Rudolph and1 New He hi
had opened w ith a par
our-gam e
relay q u artet of Charlton, the
the m a rk of 3:33.2 established
h a v e Ken Walsh. 22. E a st Charlton,
in Sat- the
Z ealand’s Bob Charles for
quittii after n ine holes on
or the quitting
th course w as still w ett from NEW YORK (A P) - "'II ’d like inesota, has 17 a t hom e and 16 iseries with Chicago. They
“ y„ha.ve
by the American championship
Lansing,
wi
days of alm ost steady nnothing b e tte r than for the pen- away.
i
The T igers playy their :s ix games le ft with the W hite Mich;,Don
second round le ad in the1 rain- urday becausfe of a dizzy'f spell three
th
H avens. 19. Granada tear
team in the 1964 Olympics,
rnin. There w as a b risk w«ind,
n d . nnant race to com e down to those three
t
other rivals for the
he flag !Sox, two e a ch against the
Tw ins
ins Hills,
ui
plagued W estchester Golf' Clas- and then,
t
changing his mind, rn
f Tw
Calif., and Zac Zorn,
rn, 20, of Oi
O ther winners in the opening
last two g a m e s a t Fenway nine
i
tim es,
lat ap-------------------la
ai n d Tigers, eight against'
th ee Buena
g.
sic.
’
shot a 75 on Sunday in what
linst th
Park, Callf., In 3:32.6,
of
:32.6,
the swimming and diving
P ark." B oston m an ag erir Dick "I'm pretty satisfied with
T h e th re e pace-setters had a parently
paren
the Y
'' anks, seven with Baltim
vith Ihe
ore. (Charlton’s tim e eclipsed
blew h im out of the ^
altim ore,
com
ised
the
competition
were Ken Merten,
»r
Williams s a id M onday.
\way things w e n t' in Chicago,"
36-hole score o f 134, 10 under field.
I re e with W ashington arid
ilcago," th
and tw
tw oo listed
nj
' ^
^vorld m ark of 4:11.1
:11.1
se
t
21,
Pacoim a, Calif., m en’s 100’
The rookie sk ip p er of the Red :said Williams in reference
:nce to e a ch with Cleveland anda K
However,
both Saturday and
/
Hov,
K ansas
ansas by E ast G erm any’s Frank
Weimet
jnk
m eter breaststroke. 1:03,1; Maicked in tthe five-game w eekend series City.
(
ed out ^ •
rn
•
S'Sox, who c u rre n tly a r e locked
Sunday
Sunda rounds w e re washed
., ^
dela
delaine Ellis, 18, ■Indianpolls,
a
a battle fo r the American
_
by late aftem oon-,ptorm s, Vand
merican 'with the White Sox. Boston
;on won Minnesota h a s three each
lach w ith
won
women’s
200-meter individual
" t To W e s I w i n s
“League le ad with Minnesota,
t
nnesota, three
gam es.
t
th<>-White
S ox and Tigers, tw o j r
althou
although
both tim es ^ ready to
medley. 2:31.3; Unda GustavChicago and D etroit, w ass refer­
__
refer- "But we ca n ’t let down sa g iln s t the R ed Sox. nine w ith !■
pack up' a n d g o hom e-S
ikes on f l nr* •
-Sikes
I
5
son. 17, Santa Cruz, Calif., wom­
ring to the fin al series against against
a
any of the other team
s,’’ Baltim
I
leams,’’
ore, four apiece
,
decided to hang around and
ce w ith
en's
j d try
^ ^Q
D -z
en's 100 -meter freestyle, 1 : 00.2 ;
the Twins, S ept. 3 0 -0 c t. 1.
1he added. The R ed Sox opened
a | i n ! F riday’s round was can­
pened a <Cleveland a n d Kansas City a n d r i
I
again.
I.
and Lt. MIcki King, 23. an Air
In f
on inon four-game
series against
celed by rain before anybody
isl the Ith re e each against New
Y
ork,
J
ybody MINNEAPOLIS - ST! P A U' AL U L The schedule from •eh ere
iw '^Y o rt
?S
r officer from Ann Arbor,
I
Force
H chert
Twins
r
and and
ninth-place
Y ankees atI New California
(
a n d Washington.
■n
had teed off.
a(AP) — P itch er P e te R ichert
^ appears to fa v o r the 'ins
Mich., in the women’s sprlng‘on. ”
,
„
Mic
double l^^d Sox.
'! M onday,night,
York
The White Sox face Boston i
T he bespectacled Rudolph,
dolph, thi
threw arfa'y "a potential double
board dive in with 698.65 points.
esota's
into M onday night’s Williams, a leading candidate
£ d . D etroit four times each, r .
indidate an
nberto "'ho
p]| ball to le t In M innesota’s
1. go P'ay
A T U N T A (A P ) - Roberto
y ^ o hhad rounds of 69 and 67
"
All of the swimming times
eventh gaaies,
M innesota, leading
f AL Manageir of thee Y ear Miniiesota
ng Bos- for
I
th re e times and pplay
back tie-breaking
(jj
la y
O
ru n in th e seventh
f
lenny
w ere- (Jniversity Games’ recClemente blasted his second down the drain, charged back
!la
n
d
;s
ii
ANAHEIM
(AP)
Lenny
Id
the
hy
one
percentage
^
in
t,
1
I
[ioini,
honors,
is
pleased
with
Elston
!
seven
gam
es
wllh
Cleveland,
s
ix
.
'
out
w
ith
a
68 a fter a first round
66^. Inning
|n',
"d
6
and
th
e
Twins
held
the
hom er of th e g am e with two out
“
vlth Cali- Gt
Green drove in four runs hve
and Lesley Bush, the Olympic and
malning 1Howard, the v eteran catcher \w ith W ashington, four with
th a 3- had 19 of its 34 remaining
^ rv e d American League lead^w ith
in th e loth inning Monday „i„l,t
night, The
‘
“left-handed C harles carved
w Y ork,
ork. Mi
Mickey Lolich pitched " a„r fiver-Mon- Sa™es at h o m e and a total of obtained
c
, earlier this month Ifornia, th re e ,.wlth New
a 'second s tra ig h t 67. .
22 victory over BaltimolrB~MonJp „Pan-American Games platform ,
giving the P ittsburgh Pirates a’ outFp.®
eight against the oth er contendf
as the D etroit Tigers
de, champion, was second to
:ontend- fron>
the Yanks.
ttw o with K ansas City and one hitter
ive players w e re tied at
hil
“ 136, ja
day night.
„oi.
in^tiivinE
4-3 victory o v e r Ihe Atlanta
feated the California Angels
"Not only has h e helped
)ed ou r tw ith B altim ore.
lei
two strokes off th e pace.
I off ers"S '’® 10- MI.SS King wilh 663.25 points,
Braves.
i The Twins, w inners of six
Boston h a s 17 of 32 games
■
;■
, Americans also took scc- .
imes at rpitching staff, b u t he’s been a The T igers’ remainingg gam es 0 IMonday night.
T hey w ere U .S. Open champi- ,
-ri
The
C lem ente’s 20th homer, ®
a on jj,"
lesDite
1“®*
8 “" ’es. rem
em ain f,,
bome and 10 against thele olher
other big
t help to Mike R yan, our
go. th ree
re e T he victory moved the Tigers ond in the women's 200 - medley---i
J a c k N ick lau s,,67-69, despite
)ur oth- include
four w ith Chicago,
one
percentage
point
a
h
e
ad
of
,,
drive over the left field fence driving
drivini and chipping problems; ,
=ad “j top teams.
eer ca tcher," W illiam s
dth Bos- int
into third place in the American
\w ith M innesota, two with
1 f w i t h Debbie Ledford, Fresno.
fi’- fhe
“ nd place B oston’ Red The White Sox, In thirdd place cout. “ Ryan Is usually apointed
against re lie v e r Jay Ritchie, G ary jP lay e r of South Africa,T66
mia. s ix League,
I'A games behind
q jk 2:32.8, (n the women’s 100
t
™ “who
eight w ith California,
Le
■ t Min- Califblanked the New' York
h, only one gam e from the lop, ffellow, but he seem s to quiet vton,
broke a 3-3 deadlocli and ended ^q. j^oberto de Vicenzo, pride of Sox,
'OrK but
y
dth K an- nesota
-ancTBoston, which
0 have w ith W ashington, five with
ne;
w both :freestyle wilh Lynne Allsup,
" “[Y“ankees 3-0.
the P ira te s ’ losing string at* four the A rgentines a n d recent “win. have IC g am es at hom e and 18 learned
1
ew Y ork wc
won Monday, and one-half
game
from H ow ard how to s a s City, th re e with New
k inc^T Bloomington, III., 1:01.8, and m
Jim P erry, 7-6,’’ and aw ay while facing the contend:ontend- ttake charge out th e re ."______ san d two a g a in st Baltimore.
ore.
ahead of Chicago, which'' lost to (u.
of the B ritish Open, KO.K?'
69-67; Winner
,
ah
. .
...
ner ol
the m en’s 400 with Mike Burton,
T h e B raves h ad scorcd twice young D ave H ill of Evergreen.’ reliever Al W orthington, who _
---------------------------------------—
Ba
---------Baltimore
and fell to ' fourth
'““rth Carm ichael, Calif., 4:13.6,
inings,
^
worked
the
final
tw
o
innings,
in the eighth to tie the gam e. Colo.,
CqIq 68 -68 , and the stotky tiI combined
to hold the O rioles to "I
14 hits
The A m e r i c a n basketball
P inch h itte r R ico Carty doubled
~
The Tigers slam m ed 14
hits. Tl
’"bled ger ’j,from El P a so , Tex.,’ Lee
..
three
hits. R ichert, 8-13, and Stu
dou- '"arn,
to s ta rt th e rally and successive
, n K including two singles andd aa dou““r favored to retain ils title,
essiye Previn
Trevino, 68 -68 .
„
i .. M iller allowed only four Min- -I
„ i, con- trounced Belgium 108-48 for a 2singles b y F elipe Alou, TT ito
d q u , S anders, wearing, ffire
ble by Green. Norm Cash
ito Doug
h a d " e .s o t a h its .
ble and’
record. Lt. Mike Silllman, the
F rancona and H ank Aaron' protributed a two-run double
and “, Z''
tril
P’’®' engine red from top to toe,> had
i’
r
nnift
Richcrt
w
as
tagged
for
a
twor
duced two runs.
J 1
Bill Freehan hit two doubles
doubles '^est Point graduate from
, 69-68—
69-68—137, follow ed by Arnold run' homer by Zollo V ersalles in '
In
three
Louisville,
topped the scor­
M atty Alou’s run-scoringB tri- pP aim
e
alm er, 69-69, Bob McCallister,
I I ^
and a single and'flrove in three ers with 28Ky.,points.
r h ’ the sccond inning, then retired .
He scored
pie and a balk b y Atlanta start- 71.57
7 i_5 7 ^ and cigar-sm oking Char- "
runs.
er*
Mp„
'
15
Minnesota
baiters
in
order
_,n
,4
n
23
In
the
opening
79-53 viclory
er P at J a rv is sent the Pirates
g].
'rates jgy gifford,
the veteran Negro J i
Detroit
040 210 300-10 14 0
'
Dc
H
art
“
hile
his
Oriole
team
m
ates
took
.. —
_
0
5
2
over
the
PhilippinesSunday....
ahead 2-1 in th e fifth and' PJeCJe- 5s (ta3 ^r w
ilv newn,.w- California 000 OOO 0 0 0 - 0 5 2
who won la s t w eek at H artldn°e°ss BLASDELL, N.Y. (A P) - The could
c
be used to spell otff W ray Prudhom m e Is the only
m ente's sixth inning homer■ fa
d - ford, £Conn., 71-67, all tied at„ 138. advantage of P erry’s wildness
Jap an , dominating judo a s , -:
padlefensive lolich
and F reehan; HamilHamil- Ja
Buffalo BI11.S had to w aitit until Carlton
C
at fullback.
ccom er to th e starting defensive
*
to
gain
a
2-2
tie.
»
ed the lead.
-Che
do swimming, to'olt Its
T he cut-off point for the lowJ.C70 jIn the seventh, R ich Rollins
Ron M
M ce- “>"■ Weaver (2), Coates (5),
(5), CiCi- Yanks
Yan
Collins '1
21 college p la y e rs had been
een .se- Jack Kemp is back att quar- line.
li
The holdovers are Ron
T h e B raves scored their' first
shootei
‘."'51 .shooters
and ties was 145.
..lined a one-out single to left
ft and
lected
before they got their
"’1"° {’’'>• K'l®°
and Taylor,
Taylor, third
hire and fourth gold medals,
eir turn ttqrback although Flores,i, who Dole
I
at the other end and J im Jji
Piii
and
;e
run in Ihe second inning against porm
e
amllton,
middleweight Yujlro
F orm er Open champions‘_ ___
BillRod
™ Carew b ea t out a buntnt sin?k aa tt th
ilto n , Light
Ugh
sinpro football’s com m onn draft vwa.s_ a started a t Oakland,
md, is ID unaway a n d Tom Sestak
th ee W -Lollch, 8-12. I^H am
Al M cBean on a walli, a b a l k ------Y am azaki and middleweight
field ‘h
‘his year, b u t they didn'tI waste
wa,9te rready to step in a t the first
I
Irst op- tackles.
gle which R ichert could notit field
and Woody Woodward',? pop
Isamp
Sonoda
beat Soutli Ko---------------------Isan
jp fly
Ki'
___
any time in m aking deals
als for pportunity. E l b e r t Dubenion
1 in time.
■ >-—
jbenion T here's certainly nothing new j single.
rf^
|1 i
rean- finalists, Soulh Korea has
;d aa veterans.
rrounds out the backfield
P f l Versalles then tap p ed
ve
eld aa tt aab o u t the linebacking corps. T he
Pittsburgh 000 02 1 000 1-4 11 0 I V i
IK
won four silvers in judo.
place- flanker.
i,linebacking trio of John T racey,
■t. He First, th e y reacquired placcf'
grounder back to R ic h ert.
’
A tlanta
010 0 00 020 0-3 9 0
Italy ’s Arcangelo PInelll won
,11 be- kicker
Mike M ercer fromn Kan- The Bills’ biggest pianpower
turned and threw th e ball
ki
npower j.H arry Jaco b s and Mike S tratton f '
M cBean, F ace ( 8 ), Ribant (9), CJ
J
the m en’s foil fencing gold med,
problem
s_are
on
the
offensive
^
M
sas
City.
T
h
en
they
sent
defenP
tween
Luis
Aparicio
and
ark
sa
fensive
w
ill
go
into
the
regular
season
P izarro (10) a n d May; Jarvi.-;, o O '
*
al w ith D a n i e l Revenu of
Belanger, both running to cover sive
si' end T om D ay to San1 Diego liline w here twp holes were! creat- bhaving s ta rte d 73 consecutive
^r-RiBe
Ritchie (9) and Torre. Wr-Riisecutive
V*
•, t
^rai
F rance second and Italy's Nlco^incoln. ed
ggam es together,
for
e by injuries to starters.
,
second.
fo running b ac k Keith Lincoln,
'S'P
bant, 7-6. L -R itc h ie , 2-5.
V 7'
e ffS
*^ranlerl third.
luarter- All-Star guard Billy Shaw nnd The secondary hasn’t been to^
rfield. Finally,
th e y traded quarterI
The ball w ent into centerfield,
Fi
P a S t K c d L C g S
C
Home runs — Pittsburgh, Cle
Cle- X S ’,
to-T
end Bobby Crockett both
ne tie- ba
back Daryle Lam onica and re- split
s
allowing
Rollins to sco re the
alll
m ente 2 ' ( 2 0 ),
ripht
s
e
th
e
r
that
long,
but
it
is
just
a
s
^
)akland
tore
ligaments
in
their
right
“
Glenn Bass to Oakland ti
run and permlilting
itting ceiver
ce
NEW
bre
___________
NEU VORK (A P ) - Al Lyle breaking
rf B
B utch
utch , PI H IU D E L P H IA
(AP) - W
tn
ho
“°lid
with
T
o
m
Janik
and
res and lilegs wilh Shaw expeqtcd to be ,
“head Carew
to go to third andI Ver- for
fo (juarterback Tom Flores
n d ai
relieved
Ca
rclievB sta rte r D ave Morehead
md H
a- J°hn Calllson’s home runr iand
thp ^ y rd at th e com ers and
Haback
for the s e c q h j-fe lf nl
of the
receiver
A rt Powell.
b
led a sal
salles to second.
re
in the sixth inning, escaped
Saim
es bases-loaded
balk by Gerry Ar- _
fngood
Clafke
and
George
S
aim
ba;
ien our season
while C rlickelt is out for ^a t the safeties.
s
bases-1
bases-loaded, one-out jam and ^Miller relieved R ichert: and "We w anted to strengthen
rigo in the sixth inning carried I 4 ■
rig
Iler ex- tlthe entire year.
C oach Jo e Collier
w alked pinch hhitter
itter offense,”
of
held Neiy Y ork to one hitt the Intentionally
Inti
the -Philadelphia Phillies ,|o a 3, ...
^____________
the
ickett s
22 'vlctoiy over Cincinnati Mon- ^
plained, " a n d it's difficultIt to do Collier easily filled Crockett’s
Rich Reese to load the bases, pl
rest of the w ay as Bostonn de- Rt<
don’t sspot with Powell, who has aver- |
lay at it by the d r a f t w hen youu don't
m day Bui
But Miller g o t a force play
featad -th e Y ankees 3-0 Monday
fk fi
day night, extending their win- I ,
3d run- a
aged 65 pass catch es a ^sero
seasonn i
!scape draft
high. T h e real good
home and a foul out to escape
dr
ning streak to eight games.
nigm .
hoi
irs are f'for seven years,
ning
backs and receivers
further dam age.
ni
Calllson's 13th hom er broke a CHICAGO
ci
(AP - Dave GIT he victory vau lted the Red
Red (ur
it
down
The
Shaw
situation
was
dif(
-2
3
gone
by
the
tim
e
they
get
Im
erBaltimore
000
101
000—2
1
gc
1-1 deadlock in the sixlh
before^sti’s
usH' wild pilch n the sixth in1 before
Sox into first p lace in the Amer- Ba
ferent. To solve th a t one. Col- '
-3
0
to
you.
fl
gam
e
Minnesota
020
OOO
lOx—3
4
the
Phils
loaded
the
bases
on
a
pjng
ies
on
a
pjng
enabled
Adolfo Phillips lo
1
Mcican
League
by
one-half
gam
e
Ml
S T. LOUIS (A P ) - Tim
L
ford to lier
li moved tackle Stew B arber ,
« A
^
two-out double (Jliver,
by Gene
Oliver,
scQrc
(be go-ahead run as the
the 1Richert, M iller (7) and Roz- "We felt w e could afford
C arver w hacked a two-run hom- over M innesota, pending the
replace
to
guard
and
placed
rookie
3
n
(
8
)
give
up
th
ese
people
and
ti
novsky; P erry , W orthington
gi
i^ J
an intentionalnd walk
and Bill
c|,icnipped Houston 6 - ,
Bill Chicago
Cubs
gam ee noi
cr, O rlando Cepeda and Dal outcom
outcorr e of the Twins' gam
Gary Bugenhagen, an All-Amer- -*
We felt we w ere trading C
and liquierdo, Z im m erm ann ( 8 ). them.
th
While's infield single, Arrifio
Arrlgo5 Mondny.
5 jvj,
jir of w ith fiBaltim ore.
M axvill each singled in a pair
h.. We l ica
from Syracuse, at left tac,
8-13.
strength
fo
r
s
t
r
e
n
g
t
h
c
ouble
W—Perry,
7-6.
L
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ic
h
e
rt,
sti
Ap)
_
then
balked,
enabling
Oliver
to
Qj
liver
G
iusti,
who
hit his third homm
abe
M
orehead
h
ad
little
trouble
Wruns and ex-M et Jack Lamabe More
fn a 'oonn
®AN FRANCISCO (AP) - the
Ivcs a t kle.
weren't w eakening ourselves
k The Bills a r c counting
two-run
seore what proved to be the er leading
Ic
off the fifth, suffered
the fHomeTUn — M innesota,, Ver- we
pitched a five-hitter as thee St. w ith t'the Y ankees through1 the
h a t on
on
poked a tw
o -ru n sco
Bugenhagen
so
heavily
that
any
position."
B
them sal
salles (5).
an
Ing aa nn dd WJr
wi?nl"E run.
.
. ,
his 113th loss against 10 victories,
five Innings, blanking them
Louis C ardinals whipped New first fi'
trade their
depth c h a rt they don’t *s in g le In t h e th ird inning
tl
in th
T^ he Reds countered in th e piiiiiips
pbjij
opened the Cubs’ isixth
-------------------'Only the Lincoln-D ay ney
□iit a
b r a on two hits w hile Boston ouilt
Y ork 6-0 M onday night tor
jc a p p e d a t h r e e - r u n .b u r s tI Tn
t h ee
in even
list anyone behind thim.
actually
c
re
a
te
d
a
vacancy
e
second
bottom
of
the
Inning
when
P
ete
jnnir
en
inning
with a double and went to
2-0
lead
on
C
arl
Y
astrzem
ski’s
1-1
sp lit of th e ir doubleheader.
2-0 lea
has AI
hot
ip, but The rest of th e line has
Al ?“ th by scoring from assecond
the Bills’ s ta rtin g line-up,
San
Rose
singled.
Lee
M
ay
doubled
third
on
pitcher Bill Stoneraan’s
runs
sacrifice
fly
in
the
first
inning
IH
T h e M ets stru ck for four runs sacrifw
O 'D on- “
®
San
ive end Bemiller
a t center, Joe O'DonCollier feels D ay 's defensive
B
A
sacr:
[^ner “" d Elston H ow ard’s run-scorcnn an ft F
A nngeles
g e le s anti Tony P e re r scoredd Rose sacrifice.
In the fifth inning of the opener
bly by nell
at guard. D ick Hudson
^ r a n c ls c o d r u b b e d Los ind
spot
can
b
e
filled
capably
ni
„ ,, W
Wlhile pitching to Glenn Becktory ‘"S
i" 8 single
o
p h t 7-0
tth
h ee with
v/H a ground out.
and hung on fo r a 4-2.victory,
sm| in the sixth.
tackle
and Paul Costa att tight
'j M o n d a y n ight behind
RemI Prudhom m e.
t£
G aaylord
jpt. Giusti wild pitched and
lk at
at B ut '“fter strik in g out pitcher ^
re e -h it p itc h in g of G
y lo rd
fDick F arrell then relieved ert.
snapping their losing streak
hand. end.
^th
Lincoln, on the olher hand,
e
winner
Dick
Ellsworth
and
phin
F
r
e
d
'
Talbot
leading
off
the
------P
erry
.
win
h
philHps
scorcd,
eight gam es.
..
Fred'.
Jitional -------------------------------------^
supplies B uffalo w ith additional
“
ngle 'iJff
jjq
jumped otf to a 2-0
, sixth, M orehead gave up s in g le s 'll
Mays' bases-loaded single
'M t d-“ e ec k e d the R e d s jh e resttootf the Houston
In Ihe nightcap, Lamabe rpost„
running
and
receiving
power
as
le
th
ird
»
ay
_
a
s
the
P
hijs
vaulted
into
le^d
ed Into lead in the first as rookie Doug
,[■ to Horace C larke and Tom y
loser Don Sutton in the
cd his third victory as a Cardi-rrg.i,
well as top flight competition
letiiion ^
F uentes second
place fn the National
r jader
J , drove a Ferguson Jenk2gan.
we
(ational R
fj
T resh and w alked Mike Hegan.
followed
singles
by
Tito
jec
ett, the
“
nal, raised his season record to Lyle
, , replaced Moreheadd a t WASHINGTON
Ken foi
for halfback Bobby Burnett,
alk L eague-one percentage' point
(A P ) - , Ken
V
point inj
Ins pitch over the left field
,
and Jim D avenport and aa w
w alk,
ague s y
«Willie
3-6 and extended his string J"
of th a t point, w ent to a 2-2 count
Football League’s
count McMullen’s
15th hom e runn folfol- American
Ar
lice fly
flv J^he
ahead of Cincinnati.
bijai
Mc
bleachers wilh one on. , '
J
M cCovey’s sacrifice
consecutive scoreless innings to on Steve W hitaker belore get- low
)ud in
in ro
rookie of th e y e a r in 1965.
in
th
e
Philadel.
010
002
000-3
5
0
xh Cubs battered starting
lowing a single by E d Stroud
® The
delivered tire third run in th e Ph‘
rop in
m
_______ . _____
shing- "Usually th e re 's a drop
- ' Cincinnati
100 OOI' 000-2-10-0
Took:
itrike the sixth inning gave Washing- 2 -1 0 -0 T(j|,|{|g-Brnce-Von-H
6 ff'fo rtW o
■
ting hil
------f .J'
inning.’ ------------- --------------Cm'
h in u in j* called third strike
:hicaperform
ance
if
you.
switch
H
M cC arver p u t-th e Cardinals
th
F arrell ( 6’)) aand
linals and then
ended the inningg by ton a 2-1 victory over the Chica- pe
n a runs in ^oth the second and
II f l l
Davenport and Tom H
H aller
aller Ellsworth.
E
It, ■' backs,"
C ollier said. "Butit'wwith
ith J
ahead for the first time in1 the getting C harlie Sm ith to hit
hit a go White Sox M onday night.
ba
Arrigo. N ottebart
rt ( 6 ). third innings. The victory went
opened the sixth with singles 0Oliver;
“'
, 'jddv the
of th e m , you would have
doubleheader w ith his llth hom- first-pitch’
first-pit grounder.
(0 Stonem
si
tThe victory for Bob Prlddy
'"■ W— to
an, 1-2. who replaced
™ two
p . -_ and Mays w as hit by aI pitch
pitch, Abernathy ( 8 ) and Bench.
the
same c a lib e r performance,
mance, BROOKLINE, M ass. (AP)
er in the second inning after
^Af fter
t e ^ Elh
Ellsworth. 6-5. ^ -A rrlg o , 6-6 . . jjn
k
■er a jjggg
Reggie Sm ith concluded the w
was
Jenkins
in the sixth.
■<, /
as only his third of the year,
™
n
nnd
‘he
bases
again.
e
r
n
and
just
a
s
im
portant,
,,
you
Favorites
Fi
John
N
ew
com
bo-and
L
double by Alex Johnson,
scoring w ith his 13th home! run but it was h is second ov er a an
Covey’s „ H
Home run—Philadelphia,
la. Cal- hous
Houston
210 OH'-OOO-S 11 3
tinhor
Davenport
scored
on
McCovey’s
j„„,.
would
have
a
fresh
m
a
n
.
in
Ti
la
Tony
Roche
sw
ept
past
unher[r
pen
Chicago
022 Oil OOx- 6 9 0
Cepeda singled two runs in the (eighth inning.
lls°n (l^)'
Chici
pennant contender in five days. there.’’
Drvs
out, Haller andI M ays 11^°
a!
aided South A fricans Cliff ,D
rys- Psroundraced
Von Hoff, Giusti (3), Dukes ■
across ih the th ird alter Julian
ulian Boston
100 OOI 010—33 7 0 He beat Boston last w eek.
j
home when Sutton
------------------- ^
Vo:
, , ‘ Lincoln,
Incidentally, also da
dale and Ray M oore 6-3, 11-9, 7- both
■lood New York
000 000 OOOH)® 55 11 pD ave Baldwin relieved with
8
)
and
Bateman;
Jenkins,'
I'- J a v ie r w alked and Curt Flood
Yi
BIVINS
TRADED
(
uncorked
a
w
ild
pitch.
—-----------------------------—----—
5 5 Monday to set u p an all-Aus- ,
orehead. L yle ( 6 ) and How- one-out in th e ninth and two _
singled.
M ore
Stonem an (6) ,, H artenstein (9)
M ) 3 1 C:
CHICAGO (A P) - The Chica- Stom
Los Angeles OOO 000 000-0
J
tralian
final
in
th
e
87th
U
S.
N
a^
two- o rd ; Talbot, V erbanic (9) , and
Char- nnd
and Hundley. W—Stoneman, 1-2.
003 030'01x-7-8-2
go Bears-M onday tradedI Cjiart-i? 8 2 go
M axvill keyed anolher two" men on to s a v e the victory for I
: n Q tional Doubles T ennis Champi- San^Frim.----irver Gibbs. W -M o re h e a d , 4-2. LL -- Prlddy.
pri
isburgh L -G iu sti, 10-13.
Sutton, M iller ( 8 ) and ■ Rose- lie Bivins to the Pittsburgh
ru n burst in th e fifth. McCarver
^
onships a t Longwood.
ineman
"H
om e- ru n s — Houston, Rader----n Talbot, 5-7.
boro;
P
erry
an
d
Haller.
W
V
^
c
r
Steelers
Slee
for
offensive
lineman
*
Ho
singled an d w ent to tliirdr o on
- . 1, 1, ,Don
Buford led off the gam e I
Newcombe and Roche, seekj 11-15. ^ -S u tto n , 9-13.1.
7;
seek- rry,
Dan James,
_____ (2),
'
Dan
(2), G1iusti (3). ' '________
P h il G agliano’s fourth hit off thp
the Home run — B oston, R. Smith with
a homer, his second of the OAKLAND, Calif. (A P)-W
-W
eling
the
o
n
fy
'm
a
jo
r
title
which
el- in,
night. G agliano took second on
season. B u fo rd . also clouted a tcrweight
^
st
two
;s
was
has
eluded
them
in
the
last
k
in
g
C
urtis
(>)ki;s
was
ha
Cleon Jo n es’ throwing error be­
two-out triple in the fifth inning
r
years, advanced to a showdown
rH by
K '^
signed
M onday to defendid his
his ye
fore M axvill drilled a two-run A I - ,>C but he was picked off third
with countrymen Bill Bowrey
World Boxing A ssociation chamcham- wl
single.
catcher Paul C asanova. . , ,
allengand Owen Davidson, the No. 2
pionship a g a in s t No. 1 challeng- an
T h e M ets loaded the bases
is In rrw
wi
/^ •
J(
Jo e Horlen. 14-6. w as working
^r Charles Shlpes Oct, 2 In the fo
foreign seed, T uesday.
rkipg
er
the fifth inning of the opener on I r i
on a three-hitter fo r fiv e In- Oakland
Qa
Despite a rain soaked court,
A rena.
singles by Ed Kranepool, Je rry
nlngs. Stroud, traded to the'SSenj
e n - g„,j|e B ru n eau of NewIV Or- Ni
Neilrcombe, 23, a n d Roche, 22,
G rote and w inning pitcher J a c k f
j
ators from Chicago in mid-sea- j^a
ushing
It
and
played
brilliantly in crushing
leans, WBA vice president and pl,
F isher. Bud Harrelson singled
[
son, opened th e sixth with aa sin- chairman
^h;
e le d J j Q ( j
ysdale
onship ththe Cinderella hopes of Drysdale
o f its championship
In th e first run of the inning and
gle to center and M cM ullen" fol- committee, Im m ediately ap- an
and Moore to becom e the! first
scored the fourth, Cleon Jones
KANS
ones KANSAS
CITY (A P) - M ax fow,
lowed wllh a line d riv e into“ the proved the title fight in a tele- South
So
African te a m to win
la the
singled in the o th e r two runs.
lv is 'ttwo-run h o m e r in the llth
s.
A lvis'
ll*h sen:
Senators’ bullpen.
inager U.
U.S. Doubles crow n.
. . . . phone talk w ith Cokes’ manager
inning gave C leveland an .,8-7
8-7 Chicago
0 , 1,
T w ilight Game
100 000 000 - 1 '8 OSY
i.______ Betty P ratt of Mallland, Fla.^
°
n
Diuglas
A.
L
ord
of
Dallas,
New York
000 04'J 00(M 8 0 victory over K an sas City MonMon- Washington
000 002 OOx-2 5, 0 A few h o u rs later, William
am K. an
and Shirley Irv in of D arien,
night.
.
hHorlen, W ilhelm (7) and;r
„
St. Louis
00 0 000 011-2 12
12 00 day n'S
^ Jo- Houston,
m e m b e r of the Callfor!allfor- Cc
Conn., won th e U.S. Senior
■ote; With one o u t in the inning,
F isher, T a y lo r (9) and G rote;
w ns. jepi
sephson; P riddy, B aldw in' (9) nia Athletic Commission,, said VWomen’s
ChamDoubles Tennis Cham/>
hick Tony Horton,
w ho homered ear- and Casanova. W -P rid d y ,' 3-5. that
Carlton, Willis (5), Woodeshick
H
"ba body a lso had approved
ictory /
ed the pii
pionship wilh a 6 -0 , 6-2 victory
•ver iier, dc
doubled o ff Athletics' re(G). Jackson (9 ) and McCarver,
r ^ l^ H o rn e , 14-6.
L
ilsslon ov
over Charlotte Lee of Short
_ fight contract. The commission
A k er a n d Alvis ‘Olfol- Home
jj
W— F isher, 9-15. L^Cnrlton, nH!- llever
''e v e r Jack
J
runs -y, Chicago, , Bu-■ members
“
Hills, N .J., and K atherine Hubw e re polled byr tele- HI
g,
lowed V
’
with his 18th homer.'
ford (2). W ashington, McMullen pb,
ford
____ bell
phone.
be of Conway, N.H._________
New Y ork
000 000 000-0 5 2 T ed IK ubiak singled In a run ( 15)
ttom
^
St. Louis
022 020 OOx- 6 13
13 11 fo r K ansas C ity in the bottom
jniff oof' ‘he
the llth ,
GRID sc o r : e s ~
. H endley, Cardw ell (3), Reniff
* jfj
T he Indians tied the gam
:amee
gy
A ssociated P re ss
(5), Connors, (7) and Grote, Sul.
Sul- ,The
Car- w ith two runs In the ninth Inning
q
'J '/ /
livan (5); Liim abe and McCar" ‘"B Green
Bay 20, D allas 3
* *^
ir, a
■ __________
endver. W—L a m ab e, 3-6. ^-H en
d - on a single by Leon Wagner,
ley,' 5-3 .
double by H o rto n and a single
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inal2G am es S
I Wild Throw
Homer Gives
Pirates Win
Over Atlanta ^'“4 '
!
linewithiQi*een Bats
Tigers Past
Angels 10-0
h
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Z'.
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Dealing Witi
"SBills AreBD
^ith Veterans
s T o Rebuild
lild Team, Defend
De
Title s
Homer,Balk r
Carry Phils
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artll’Sox Past
>3
, Yankees 3-0 “J
Cards Split
■ Twin BiU
With Mets . : i
Mays Rallies
“efcl Giants Past i->
.SS Dodgers 7-0 «
Wild
Pitch
TT
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eirwIS-Yo Nip Astros
t
S Homer Lifts 1
““'SenatorsOver
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H
Australians
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Defend S
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IDOKA COUNTY
m
FAIR
Alvis Homers "5.
- T o Give
Indians Win Z
standings ^“m"cS>
M innesota . . .
Boston ..........
D etroit
Clilcago
Californln
W ashington .
Cleveland . . .
Ilaltlm orc
Now York ..
K ansas C ity .
73 50
74 67
72 50
7 1 58
65 63
62 09
62 70
57 70
5K 72
S4 75
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7
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SCHEDULE
OF EVENTS;
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SCHEI
V acationn
Retirem ent
Sick Leave
ive
H ospitalI Insurance
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e ppt. 2, A.M., FA T STOCK
pt. 2, ovenlnK,
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Sept.
01
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ADUL1
A DULTS n , CHILDREN
W’
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S ala ry Com monsuratt
nsurate with experience
Pleaso send
Bend rresum e to
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N orth Side
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I
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AIRGROUNDS
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ome,
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RUPERT, IDAHO
o m » L........ .. ......... ..I
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“
w ss ..
Twin Falls Tim es-Neew
A lu g .-29-30, 1967
p .
-
lE G A L
—Pilots Urged[ ^
£ To
m Schedule
t Practice ^
Television
Si
ly, Augus
August 29
§Safety
{
Tuesday,
Rules J|
SING SPECIALS
PROMISING
SPECI,
12
lace Your Want
W< Ad!
^ DIAL DIRE(
RECI to Plqct
A D V E R T IS E M E N T S
A g e n t, w e re auiHorized to, atte n d th e
riacK
u iitiu a t W eed Convention a t M
a c k 's
In n . A u g u st ]', 2. and 3. 11)07.
P U B U C I I £ a LTH
M iiliTriN
IN G
C o m m issio n ers Loughm lller a n d
u il
C h a n c e y a tte n d e d the b o u th C:en“r
e n tra
im e.
P u b lic H ealt)) m eeting Jn Jerome.
I
R o u tin e business was tra n ssa c te d
until th e h o u r of 5:00 o ’clock P .M .
, ^ When n re c e ss was tnken until th e
N
Not
only will m otorists» be
De hhou
o u r o f 8:30 o'clock A.M ., J u‘ly
ly 31,
J t.
4mcgi
icged 4 o-take-£xlti^-safety-ptei JM 2 H E B E R J . L O U (iH M !L L tiU .- *
Irm
caul
cautions for the com ing Labor
.a b o r A T T E S T :
C h a irm oa nn
are
a. a . L a n c a s te r
-Day
Day weekend, but pilots are
H
h
n
ll
Tw
in
F
a
lls,
Idl^a hho
o
beir asked to keep the holi- .,
being
J u ly 31, 10G7
M..
)la n e
S:3u o'clock a . m
day weekend free of light plane
R e g u la r J u ly Session
crashes,
era;
T he B o u ru of County Comm ission*
o
a s ers
e rs m e t ul this time p u rs u al nmt ° "lo
"O peration Safe,” which W
Was
c e s s w ith C om m issioners C“arlso
o[,si
observed
with outstandin'g sue- re
“ L ou g h m lller und th e Cr',‘le"rkn"
ond
ju j , i„ 1905. ,y||| 1,0 repeated
2 a te d pr'ci
p re s e n t, C om m issioner C hancey
:y a b r t i n n Sent.
,|,jj y ea r under, the direction
this
M E E T IN G ATTEN DED
,
[m in of Ihe Federal Aviation AdmintTih e C om m issioners atiep d e d ,“a JRl ef
r i a v - 8g '“
lo n al A irp o rt m eeting a t the Hoiistration,
reports Vaughn Clayistn
I, d
rtni,
lld a y c 'ln n , Tw in F alls, ih ls 31st
‘ a y'
ton, FAA area m anager ffor
o r of .J u l y . 1007.
Ion,
Ily Graham Cru.snde" The opening
ning
8 p.m., 3, 5, 7, ll- " B illy
rpm.
Ijindnn
----- ra^ly-of- D ri ■Cwhain.'i^s-IM? ?Ijm
dnn CnCni.s.nde is.,.hi:oadcasLitpmtonight
is
"The
Seci^et
of
a
Happy
ippy
' S r l s Court. The topic for
Is "
le H all as gu
guest. P articipants include
lude
Home," w ith soprano M yrtle
ly Shea, piai
pianist Ted Smith, organist
m ist
gospel singer George Beverly
o ic e Crusade Choir, directed, by Cliff
Don H ustad and the 2,000-voice
■-Barrows.
.
• HERE: AND THEr
THERE
.
S p.m., 3, 4, 7, 11—"The FFugitive,"
ugitive," iends a long run tonight
"BW
with a final cpi.sode that featjjre.s a flashback showing the
m urderer. Scries regulars
moment vyhen Helen Kimble; faced her rr
ie ai)d
present Iheir last
David Jans.sen, Barry Morse
aqd Bill Raisch
K
perform ances.
II,„
7"-Billy G raham
...........................................................mi
CLAIMS APPROVED w a r .
Utah, Nevada and Idaho.
Crusade c
Uta
C
C la im s w e re approved und w
a ro lllo
lo w
r,
Il-^B illy G raham
f nf h e three-state area, M
M rr.. ram
ra n ts o rd e re d draw n In tjie fo
IGO 00:
“ Ho. log u m o u n ts: H urold H u n ier $1G0.00;
C
Is
Crusade
c
Cla;
Clayton said, has' adopted "deD o n ald
S chultz $320.00; R Ic
ic h a rd
l e m e sschi
c h u itz wco.oo.
fensive flying" as the theme
8:30
Place c
fen,<
2SL KUTV-TV Salt Lake
8:30 4—Peyton
4j u d i c i a l B UILD ING
with pilots being asked1 ttooj F iv e m ore
(Cd to
2B KBOI-TV Boise
3:00 3—Fugitive
39:00
c
m en Wero em ployed
to
augm
a n a wor
w ork on the m asonry o f the! n ew
3 KID-TV Idaho Falls
44--F u g itiv e c
‘>
,“ 8 ent routine diligence and
c o n - JJ uudi ic ia l B uilding; startin g datee au n d
efforts
by
m
aintaining
a
con4 KCPX-TV Salt U k e
77--F u g itiv e c
s a la r ie s a re as follows: E . Clu
layton
y to n
” ’ Jj“
N ep
p tu n e —s ta rtin g date J u l y 27. 1067
5 KSL-TV Salt U k e
221B -P ev to n Plnce ,
. slant vigilance for other Sairn tiv e —
—s a l a r y $3.00 p e r h o u r; H ow ard
craft in flight and by attentive
7 KTVB-TV Boise
'5'5--D a k 'ta ri c
E d m o n s —s ta rtin g date J u l y 31, 1967
xuse of a check list.
£.
5'a l a r y $5.00 p e r hour; J o h n 'M
8 .KIFI-TV Idaho Falls........................II-F
II u g itiv e c
—s
M aax,ro m - well—
11 KMVT-TVTwm Falls
9;30 2B—CBS
21
al c Safety
posters will be prom"'jH s ta rtin g d a le July 31, 1967—
9:30
News Special
S:
» a la ry $5.00 p e r hour; H aro/d H untthr. inently
displayed a t airports
(c) T elecast In color
10:00 2SL—News,
25
!—s a lp o r t s e r—s ta rtin g d ate July 26, 1967—s
10:00
Spts., Wthr.
iner
ill ory
a r y $5.00 p e r h o u r; Dllly DeanI P
P aa ttand flight service stations wwill
2B—E
ssay on Women c
.. ....................... ........ .... nut
.
21
J . t e n - s t a r t i n g duto July 31, 1867—
1967—
broadcast safety slogans to,J de3—News, Spts., W thr.
hroi
3s a l a r y $3.00 p e r hour.
,
parting
aircraft.
Ro u tin e business was tra n sina c te d
4—News,
Spts., W thr.
par
5:30 2B—News, Spts., Wthr.r. c
*(.
u ntil th e h our of 5:00 o ’clock P
P .M
.M ..
.5—News,
Spts., W thr. Cc
F
2SU-N ew s c
5FAA
personnel will; also0 be
e
oe S
w hen
a re cess w as to k e n -u n til th e
w ith hbou
o u r of 10:00 o'clock A .M ., Ailio
u glV
u sti
r.
7—News, Spts., W thr.
mal
m aking numerous contacts with
7B -N ew s, Spts., Wthr.
88-N
pilo and the flying public to
pilots
to ’■ h e b e r j . LOU GHM ILLER
3—D aktari c
- e w s , Spts., W thr.
,'e R,. .
Irm uan
n
C h airm
11—News, Spts., W thr.r.
proi ote "oper|tions safe."
prom
aAtT" T E S T :
4—Cheyenne
11
-------------------”H . A . LANCASTER
8—Cam eo Theater c
10:20 4—M
4- ovie,’ "D ecision at
10:20
Twin F alls, Idaho
A ug'on I. 19C7
5—M r. Terrific c
S
Sundown
c
O
lOiW) o’clock A.M .
11—D aktari c
71
7B—Field
and Stream I ReRg- | 5 l
R eg u lo r J u ly Session '
„ i„ „
' I
T h e B oard of County C om m Iission6:0i) 2B—Gilligan’s Island c
P'
ll* H
s r s m e t a i this time p u rsu aInl
n t ?o
to
10:30
2SL-Netv.'!
10:30 2B—News
21
P l i \ re c e s s with nil Commissioners a n d
“
th e C le rk p re sen t.
2SL—Tonlte
Show c
5 -N ew s, Wthr., Spts.
2!
(.
B
urglars
failed
to
benefit
"'n
j
n
e
i
i
i
R
o
u
tin
e
business
wus
tra
n
s
a
c
te
d
.3—CBS
News Special c
°
7B—Tarzan
3w o r k until th e h our of 5:00 o ’clock P.M.
much from their weekend work
7
-T
o
n
ite
Show
c
w
hen
a
re
cess
wns
tak
e
n
unlll
th
e
6:30 2B—Spotlight c
"I
in 'the Twin Falls area .
h„u
ju s t 2,
2.
h o u r o f 1:00 o'clock P.M .. A ugust
p.
5—CBS
News Special cJ
2 S ^ -G lrl from UNCLE
^
City police reported entry 1967. H E B E R J . LOUGHM ILLER,
R—Tonlte
Show
c
C
.E R ,
3-SpotliEht c
'r
n
ncan a t t est ;
C h uIrm
lrm aan
was gained at the American
11—CBS News Special1 c wa;
4 -C o m b at c
Linen
Supply, 141 Brackenn" SSt.t H . A. LANCA.STER
10:55
2B—Movie,
"The
Sea
Lin
la h o
Twin
F
a
lls,
Idaho
5- -Spotlight c
^C reature"
I t or
or
August 2 . I9G7
S.,
S., som etim e Friday night
8- G i r l from UNCLE
„
^
M..
R n r.
1:00 o'clock P.M
early
Saturday morning. Bur­
11:30 5—Movie,
"R ogue’s
ear
R e g u la r Ju ly S ession
ll-S p o tllg h t
I
glars
entered by prying open
jT h e B oard of County C om m issionM
arch"
gia
xn a
a
7:00 7B—Blondes c
„
„
Ant
c a t e *r»
side
'rs m e t a t this time p u rs u a n t to
11:45 4—Joey Bishop c
sidi door after forcing a gate
“
re c e s s with all C om m issionerss a n d
7:30 4 -In v ad ers c
to
reach
the
building.
[Je
12:00
2SL-M
ovie,
"H
azard
"
to
th e C le rk p re se n t.
2SL-O ccasional Wife
^
. - a ffl
R E : JU D IC IA L B U ILD INIG
G
yed to
.A
A sm all home-made floor saf^
^ P e t tic o a t Junction c
. j
T h o m a s E dm ons wns em ployed
;0
in the building was also pried
JW J ou -.
p r t e a wni
w o rk on tiie m asonry of the new
2B—Petticoat Junction1 c
ACC
ACCIDENTS
REPO RTED
l e f t d lclal Building, salary to be ssee t a t
’ as open, but it had been ,left
3—P etticoat Junction c
g EN i
f. $5.00 p e r hour, startin g d a te
-A u GENOA
(AP) — It can be
e—Au, em pty and the intruder left
l e f t gjJ,',
u st 2 . 1967.
8—Occasional Wife
dangen
dangerous
lo stay hom e as to
R o u tin e business wus tra n s a c te d
11—P etticoat Junction1 c drive
drive aa c a r or cross the streets,
reets. '="'P‘y
Junlll th e h our of 3:00 o'clock PP-M
.M ..
s a id w
hen a recess was tnken until th e
licine Sheriff
Jam es Benham said
whi
8:00 2S I^M ovie, "P ard n ers”
The Institute
In;
rs ” The
of Legal Medicine
S
Dust 7.
^
;a tin g [‘^“ '1
o’clock a .m .. A ugust
8—Movie, "P ard n ers"’
''
nfnfthetheUniversil'y of Genoa says I his officers were investigatinE
,E R ..
\s le tl
' h e b e r j . LOU GHM ILLER
2B—Away We Go c
deaths from accidents in the a Ibreak in reported at Aslett
deaths
ilrm
a
n
nn
rt.‘l
A
T
T
E
S
T
;
C
h
airm
an
00
a
Construction
Co.,
but
reports
a
t
3—Billy G raham
homehave averaged 7,500
home
Cot
A . LANCA.STER
indicated only an unknown
year
com pared to 9,000 irid
C rusade c
year recently
rc
n^w n
Twin r a il s . Iduho
ih o
fr o m
Auuust 7. 19G7
5—Biliy Graham
deathsa y ea r on the streets? and am ount of cash was taken from
deaths
10:50 o'clock Ai.M
.M .
C rusade c
highwa;ays..
highw
a ssoft drink machine.
R e g u la r J u ly S ession . ,
Key to Stations
Burglars Gain
Li
Little From Work d
7z
I
I
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Og
9
— S p e c i a l N o l l c o»
e t .9
Lz
ALMA
H A R D IN — ch lro p ro c lo)r.
r. 157
AL
North
W U shlngton, T w in F a lls.
^
Phone
733-4741.
I
Fjgjj
i n U -R n riiah
n im lltv Prhrtiiptw'
j
ptldno
733-7405, 733-0182. 543-5373,
J-5373,
—
•
.......
'
^
SEWING
M achinc re p a irs , re n ts,
St
and sules. S in g e r Sewing C en
enter.
te r,
®
_____
_ 1420 Main N o rth . 733.3344.__________
PRIVATE
D E T E C T IV E : Skip tra
tru ce-PB
ef,
e Invesilgatlons, s e c re t re p o rts —
strU
s tly co n lld en tln l. Call 733-28j|.
s o ilo
H om
m ee i f o r S a l a ______________ 5 0
5&
F a rm W o r k W a n te d
. ....
.... 2
23
3 Homei_(or_SaIo.__________
H om i
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,
C• U S T O M C O M B I N I N G
'
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_____________ P E A C E ________________________
-------------A l s o - S - w a t h i n g - _______________I
----------------M M E D I A T E __________________
n
AND PRIVACY ar« h e r e on inis
:
G rain, p ea s, beans and sm all
» ------------------C C U P A N C Yr ________
.. — h u M—
— bedroom ,------------______________ .Bttt’daA &S.iim
dm iM . Also Ot rucKs.-------------rr
^^15*2
ily
h o nm*e 'w ith la m e c a rp e te d living
C
CALL
BILL RAYL, 735-7152
< 4 “ B E D R O O M ,- 2 -baths, fa mn jly
3E
lZ
fire
p
la
c
e
.
M
ornlngside
room
‘4®
ro
o
m
,
double
n
a
ra
g
e
and
I
bed.
o
. o r 655-4200 o r LOU I^ ENG ELl«bool d is tr ic t.
room
ro o m ■re n to l on r e a r of lot.
BBR EC H T. 733-2638.
T re m en d o u s for $8,700.
_________________
:___________________
___
E X T R A SHARP
NEW CA RPET
2 B ED R O O M w ith 3rd In b ase t q w IN TEREST-, financing, low
LOW
m ent. All ro o m s n re larg e . Atjo w nn paym epl, b rick conslrucdow
B e a u ty S a lo n s
15 '
luch
tuched g a r a g e und covcred pa>
tlon. 3 Dcdrooms, cx a u lslte kltchIQ
tio. L a n d s c a p e d to perfection.
h/
o**en a^n d covcred p atlo . This dis­
HAIRCtJTTlNG.
h a ir sty lln s , „ t tintin tg r a in
C O M B IN IN G
j
tin c tiv e hom e h as been reduced
Inn,
P e rm a n e n ts from S3 A rtistic
„
lt
New
510 M ossey M achine. Alsp
i
to on ly $15,300. E x ce lle n t locaBeauty
Salon, 135 M ain XW cst.
"
• G LO B E REALTY'
'to"o,
tru ck s available. Ron C la^r.
]
Phono
733-lG<l. E ven in g appolnlJ!
2623
lion — so h u rry l
A ddison E a s t
733-2623
Hon
678-5853, evenings. B urley. ta a r.
,
B ru ce M echam , R ealtor 733-5457
5
«
7
J U S T L IS T E D
7:
ly ad- —
'
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Bluii
B lu lr O ste rh o u t, R ealtor 733-5045
tT
-uHiqIS CHO(CE p ro p e rty . 3 bedC7:OM
PLETE B eauty service by
A
rt Ire la n d , R ealto r
733-2340 ''
*ro o m s, la r s e lIvlnB room , lirevonced
s tu d en ts u t n id u c fd prices.
•rices
h a y
a n d S tR A W r
^ r^
^
Vic E n g k ra /, R ealto r
438-5748
P erm anents J3.- B e a u ' t y Arts
pla c e , spacious util ty room and
Phone
— H a u li n g a n d S ta c k in g —
Academ y, 135 M ain W est. Phono
_____ __ full
full b ath on m ain floor. Full
^
_________________
'
LAR R Y M AUPIN
— 777 :
'
b u s e m e n i has fam ily roonv 1
__733-li342.____________________
I
P hone 733-7471__________
______
“M LS”
ab ed-ro o m nnd tiled oath, u est .
RUDY
H E W LETT Veness b ea u ty ___________
___
RL
salon,
-ard- Avenue North.
lo c a tlo n ^ a n d only $21 ,000 .
s
N
ICE
2
bed
rn
o
ra
home.
W
llh
2
h
Phone
733-9<30. E vening, U y ' opI
CUSTOM
^'x'.n
e x tra bed ro o m s In basem ent. On
polntm
ents.___________
i
HAM LETT
'
la rg e c o rn e r lot on Olh A venue
5"
C O R N C H O P P IN G
'"r®;
E a s t. O w ner say s sell! M ake an
Bo oc b y S it t e r s — C h il d C a r e
16
„
REALTY
p—
V ern F a irc h ild, Buht
543-5663
offer
•5663
offer.
ch
D a v e H am lett, B roker
CHILD
cnre. lim ited n u m ber o( chll- -----^
(
dren
to a s s u re Individual aatten205
2nd
St.
E. 7.13-4070 (anytim e)
tW
J 0 " E B L A IR
50
x
1
:
50x125' COMMERCIAL location
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tlon.
E xcellent (acllltles. Phone
'3
Ann
733-2810
Phone
C U S T O M F A R M IN G
a t ^238 Blue Lukes. C om m ercial
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7
C. H a rle y W illiams
733-0320
733-8005.
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ack"
bedroom
hom
e.
-T—
H
ay
sw
athing
nnd
baling,
Back^ P E E P child c u re . Divided classBO
&
1 win'
'^ ork. P hone 324-4459. J e r ♦‘5.2
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kin" e.______________________ ^_______
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d ergarten. ICO 7th Avenuo North.
S H - 33
B^ A R N E S R E A L T Y
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Or stru w stack in g wanted.
h
a
—IPlione 733.501)7.____________________
—^
wide h arro w bed. In the vicinity
1037Blue L akes No.
Icinlty
1037
-73.3-8227
BEAT
1227
B E A U T IF U L 3 bedroom , larg«
CHILDCARE
In m y homo onL Van
"of, Twin F alls and th e surrounding
CH
jn d ln g
EEarl
arl B arnes
423-5659
farriil'
'659
fa n illy room an d , m a s te r bedBurcn
S tre e t. R easonable ra te s.
I
a re a . P hone 733-8114.____________
BillHill
______
Bill
733-1916'..
l oomm . 2 bath s. N o rth e ast section.
Oie*.. ^—r fro
Phonu
Ua3-.73M.- _________________
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$18,500.
:r an d ______
_____________________________________
$18,50
-T—
r
HAY
sw
ath
in
g
with
conditioner
m5
PHE.SCHOOt;
ch ildren. L arn e Efenc.'
baling. 14' New H olland sw a th e r
..
cj.in
back y a rd ond la rg e base"J
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O S EM O N T D R I V E , 3 bed.
and self-propelled b a le r. L eonard
r
ment
plaHifOom. 133 Sunrise. _____ . P
p edrow . 32G-4897. F iler.________ _
ro
____ ^
t 4 BbED R O O M b ric k - fire p la c e ,
™ ommis. 1>A bnths. L arg e double
-=^
g8 ora{
a r a g e . $17,500.
DAYTIME child c a re fo r workin*
bulll-ln
’''Hj?* CUSTOM gre en chopping withtl p re built- oven, range, dishw ashermi>lliers;ln m y hom e. Phone“ 7.136-4703,
cQ
vered putlo, full nnlshed base ------ .
s erv atlv e added. P hone 326-4703.
CQVe:
4I , B
O M HOM E. Full basemmem
en t. 3 b a th s and attached g a r ”E
*:t.P RDOelM
___ _
F lier._________________________
_Jt
Fl
m en
ar D rive. $18,500.
age. N o rth e u s a $21,900.
ClIILI)
ca re In m y hom e. M rs. Rob- FALL P L O W m G :‘ 4 bottom plow.
cTl
_ce r t_ L a n K .J ’ hoiioJ33J576^ ________
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7
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corpeted
w
ith
.
n
c
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Phone 326-5135, F ile r o r 837-4778,
j
4 BEDROOM S- 3 baths. Outsldo
■
full
finished
basem
ent,
3rd
bed—
of c ity lim its on F alls Avenue
______
o m -a n d re c re a tio n room dow n.
17 ^
_
.
■
■ ro
roorr
EEm
r p lo y m e n t A g e n c ie s
E a s t. $32,000.
neyggaararac e , $13,000. G l ap p raisal a p r r r - CUSTOM grain com bining. Mlaaisey77:
JO U O PEN IN G S nt P ersonnel‘ Serplied
-3 BED R O O M S. IU baths. On
H a rris 90 m achine. 2 trucks.I. C all
piled for.
Ivlct ol M agic V alley. 226 Shoshone
22 BBED R O O M n ea r dow ntow n.
« 1lue
iia L ak e s B oulevard. $13,500.
Idte evenings. 326-5310.___________
D
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2._____________ ____
^
u, m
m an
wwalk
alking d is ta n c e to shopping.
_j
-------- CUSTOM co rn com bining. New
u.
3
l
f
l
chine.
30”
corn
heads.
Trucks
If
?***
ck s if
^do"w
^ b e d r o o m s . L ocated on IDth
HnCe lp W a n t e d - F e m a l e
18
___ __
needed. 537-4163, Castleford,
Low
A venue E a s t. P a rtia l basemenL
—
S ingle
g a ra g e . $13,000.
GG EE M S T A T E R E A L T 'Y
Y
S
!
HAY HAULING and stacking. Any
am ount—anyw here. R ay Cam^Pbell,
pbell,
633 BI lue L a k e s BlvJl. N. 733-5338
633
nB pE D R O O M D U PLEX with at,
2
326-4084.
F ile r.
M
EY
3i
_________ EEvver
en in g s c a ll: 733-0069 733-5785
f A K E S O M E M A D M O N'E
ta c h e d g arag es. S prin k le r system
W
young
wom en
fo
7 ^
\ anted:
'o rr
CUSTOM
hay slacking and hauling.
"
in y a r d . $21,500.
buan
w indrow Inspection crew s
I
Im berLA
R G E 3 bedroom , fire p lace
ice..
R«eliable. Phone <23-5004, Kim
LAR
during
cutting season. ■MrnjiH^oi„
c
______
$8100;
-l>«ly.
SBIOO
H A C K N E Y AGENCY
CCS
- V • ----nble
tn w a lk long distances.
i
TH R ESH IN G beans, b a l i n g an d
cu a
if1 interested contuct:
lora
733-4559
S
H A R P 2 bedroom brick. R oom
plowing. Phone L. R. Sorenson,
A ce Jo h n so n 733-5852
for ex^jansion in full b ase m e.nf
n t.
,1
6 5
_ ^33-6441.__________________ --------C( O R N E L L I S E E D ..C O .,- In c .
' *
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$16,500.
K<e rn e ll A nderson 733-7651
rough.
— —BEAN
hnuilng. Ahron A. Y arbrough.
*^th A v e n u e S o u th
be;
—
-------1206 2nd Avenue E a s t or phono
b
B RH
RICK 3 b ed ro o m . 2 bedroom
“M LS”
m s,
START
al once— E a rn big m
oney
73
” oncy
733-4585.__________________________
hath an d playroom in b ase m esnt.
ST
______
bulb
n t.
supplying
Avon C hrlstm us gifts, HAY
r r j : hauling and stacking. PhSHe
:
I' $17,000.
P
hone
$17.0
Wc
train you to re p re se n i Avon. "C .
'
Iniurf' _ Tom
P a rn e ll. 543-4946. Buhl.
IN C O M E P R O P E R T Y
■■ Write
M rs,
Phyllis
M olniurfi
i
'
SPLTT-Level, 4 bedroom. 2 b ath .
10. o r hHA
a y bollng nnd stacking. IjTTTr
P hone
1Route No. 2 . K im berly. Iduho.
fam ily room , c a rp e t, fenced, n e a r
catt
7.i;{-7-«i3.
________________
D U P L E X —reaJ nice . . . . «2,500
•
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o'
-------- ;= -.'“
schools
nnd shopping. $25,900.
uslve. HAY
Jny
e
>
EXCITING
- d iffe ren t . exclusive.
HA' s tack in g .w anted. Phone0 -loy
OI
O Lr\]
D E R home—2 units . $12,000
i
G reene. 733-«2l)C. '
___________
pF Ej L D T M A N R E A L T O R S
Show
Studio G irl cosm etics toI your
______
I
friends. P a rt tim e. Be p reinared
p are d CUSTOM
cUJ
^983
plowing and discing. P hone
575 jr n e r A ve.
875
733-1988
?2 S TO R Y h o m e -2 units $10,000
1 the holiday season. CallI 733for
Jjo, e M iller. 73!-58!ll. ■ ' ________
______
2 HO
H O M ES on one lot . . $ 10,000
2•, B01 for appointm ent._____________ ___
.C U S T O M
'■
L®n
^
^iperT- W
22 44 --------------------------------------------IM M EDIATE oppo rtu n ity for experlW o( r k W a n t e d
enceil llcensi-d cosm etologist. with ____________________________________
ACREAGES
clientele.
W rite Box P - 6 , Tim
rim eses.
R O T O -T IL L IN G
|
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GGa rd en s, lawns and farm acre8M /^ cre
TAKING
a p p lica tio n s for college
q
B Y
O W N E R
- s. 4 bedroom hom e $0,000
TA
'ge oo rr
nges_
p o rd tractor-m ounted k'o^i
Rolo
oul
( of scnool g irls to w ork att AA&&
'p'
-rrilcrs,
4 A ct
c re s . 2 bedroom hom e $13,500
W
^ Root Boor, evenings. 733-3-tSl.
6G30
One
.
Ep l m o G a r r i s o n
7.13-6630
One of Tw in Fulls finest locauxe
Vl
In
^
1 person 1980 E a s t Addison._____ __________
- . _
tlon.s.
b A
Acc re . 2 bedroom hom e $7,000
:__________________________
tinns 1005 D orian Drive. D eluxe
^
TMfi
2
bcMlroom
b
rick
plus
den,
ofWAITRESS w unied. E xperienced.
ra ced .
RRO T O - T I L U N G - L E V E L I N G
2
T h e B oard of County C om m Ission.
ission«
Pull
c a ll 543 0983. Buhl for
>o/.«
o r -Ird bedroom . Mnln floor
Gc,a rd en s, law ns, fa rm acreages.
TS
ecrs
re1
LEGAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
J m e t ut this tim e p u rsu a n t to fh*
rs
; e g ^L a d v e r t is e m e n tTSs
l
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
Interview._________________________
_____
Fj;o rd tra c to r m ourned Roto Till„ ',
--------- cess w ith all C om m issioners and th e —
',;ll'r‘;
^ r , ™ r d “a X ~ c o “ ^ K l u § :
S I
J-.3913.
er.
PIZZA
cook w nnted. Phone 733.3913.
e
P
ftij.
C
le
rk
p
re
se
n
t.
*
*
800.
S usan Shaw 7.')3-0473
ed.
F
enced bac k yard. $16,800.
8x8x8 H B locks.
p e r 100
The C o n tra c lo ri vs. Tw ta Falls
M
Tho
—
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CLAIMS A PPR O V ED
~ -----— D IC K P O O L E R
733-4375
p'ho,
4375
Phono
733-8349 or offlco 733'
lOxSxlti R eg u lu ra . $41.59 p er 100
733E d n a Irish 733-0882
CCou
ounly C om m lsslonera.
^
C la im s w e re approved and w a rr. HHe
e lp W a n t e d — M a l e
19 —
10x8x10 B und B eam a n d Specials,
:clul!,
A UTlIOniZATIO N
_____ MA
M A R R IED
Sinn; 28 j^iirs oHT
I lm e r S om m er 733-5597
E
oll.iw . ------!_---------------------------------------------p e r 100
D*nnald Y ouli wus nulhnrlzed In rn n ts o rd e re d draw n In the follow- —
/m enrf
would like im m ediate em ploym
enrf
anHnV.
log
am
o
u
n
ts;
Hownrd
E
dm
ons,
ibxais
W in
10x8 x 8 U B locks, $24.12 p e r 100
nite
n llcn d Ihe Stale Weed Convenllnn
Hlgh school g ra d u a te und som e ______ - ‘
V" T
$200.00;
T hom as Edm ons. $120.00.
fixSxlG R e g u la r Blocks. *26.76
f ncks Inn, A ugust 3 rd andr'A4lh.
6 per at M
r^
college. M ilitary obligations comcom ““ M
“
H n ro ld H unter. $200,00; John M a x ­
n o
100
... - v
1967
'
M 'L S "
1967.
■nfiy
pleied.
Experienced In wurehouswell.
$200.00;
Cliiyion
N eptune,
(
ehous10 R O O M
n tu n e ,
Comblnntlon
body In 2 m an body
P'
6x8x16 Bond B e a m r ^ n d Specials.
iclalj.
R ESIGNATION
J^Vi
" 7
'"R- 'itock control, forkllft oper$211.50;
Billy
Denn
I'a
ttv
n
.
$l3-‘
i.OO;
g
shop.
E
xcellent
w
ork
conditions.
.^
$20.40 p e r 100
Ti
T h e re alsnntlon nl Zoo Ann Shaub,
.
a to r. tru c k driv er an d has experTwin F alls, Id a h o
exl^er'.
LOV ELY HOM E
I N F O R SC H O O L
D onald
Schultz. $200,00; R lc
r
Ic hh ua rd
rd
Contact
fo rem an o l
jJ,
flxHxH i/i B locks. $f.').58 p e r 100
P ro io Judiio, wns ac ro p te d wllh P
10
ProhQ
J u ltz. $200.00.
lence In supervisory positions.
July 11, 1D67
S ch
^
S PA R K L IN G new 3 bedroom
^i-lnch in te rio r C D Plywood,
er
n re ls , ellecUve dale O ctober 6 .
„
C ontact: Box 2,13. Gooding. IIdaho.
1 0 ;6 0 o 'c l o c k A . M .
t i - f - U p, e r 1000 s q u a re f e e t / wond, re
R o u tin e hu.slness wns trn n s a r te d
bb^^?k^
ric k . 2 baths, fire p lace , coml E
$ 1 7 ,5 0 0
■
$i:i2.00
|0(i7
W
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L
L
S
M
O
T
O
R
—
R 6 g u I o r J u ly S e s sio n
* I^i-mch
f-in c
inp»A^
th e h our of .VOO o'clock P .M .
nvi
p le te ly bullt-ln kitcnen, lovely
SPR A Y T H E S E NOW
show
e x te rio r (. D Plywood,
Rio u tin e business w as tran sa
Shown by appointm ent w eekdays
R
cted° .w'•'’**1
T l i e B o u u l o f C o u n t y C o m m iss ss jo
i o nn -- J I 4-I.UU p, e r lOUU s q u a re fe e t wood. untl
‘“A‘^
h e n a recess was taken untilII th e
hom e- R eady to m ove Into. $25,B odv Shop
R
Red sp id ers, aphids, nlghicraw
nftojcrnw l.
a fte r 4.:i0 p.m . All day S a tu rdrtnv
ay
until th e hour of 5:00 o'clock il P.M
. .h
unn
e r s m c i a i U ns ilm c p u rs u a iu t o ^ ‘ l
o .u‘i r of 7:U0 o ’clock A.M. August 6s,,
600.
eetts an.I tk,iHlolio,is. Gem Sprayand S unday,
‘ ^
WO2'J2 4tli A venue W est
intciK jr C I) 1‘jyw uud, J1I4.U0
wlie a rcioss was talw n until j'Jjg
1I4.U0
when
th
e
r c c c s s w i l h a l l L u m m l s i l o n e r s a“ n"<1
d peln e i- lOIIII
K in o SIIUOIU l e d
lii){ .s.’rvi. e .
_________________
hriui of 10:00 O’clock A .M .. Ju ly 18, *•''''
hfiui
_____
CALL 733-5852
pPQOl.]
I.K S T R E E T . A re a l dollhouse
th e C le rk p r e s c n i ,
1•I,, iifx
.x i ie n u r C 1) PlywoDcl. $lJGOf)
'y
'H E B 1 .R .1. LO U G liM ll.LK H .
—
1%7
IJGOO 1%7.
D H PH N D A ni.Ihandvm an. 0O d d(I
eve
> ih in R
c v cIiv
im m aculate, (resh
,-p
A T T L .s i.
L liairm
A U T H O IU Z A T IO N
ppv.‘i
c i * luO
O b<|uai<’ foci
UlOO
I'm uun
n
R F . I ^ R l '. S E N 'f A T l V E
’’ I';,
Mf Rl'.il J . LO U C ilM II l.l-R .
Jobs, wall washini; nnd vardw ork. --------p a in i ilnoii«lii)ui, 2 bedrooms.
A.
LANt
ASlHR
‘" ‘‘ I'h I' Wi’bb iI’lnftif. iiiK, Sli
10 A
ATI
S lilO
T M ’Sl
C hairm an
any
Plm nc cveninus. 7.T1-230I or 7;0A u t l i o r i z i u i o n w a s R r a n i c d l o TT nn m
i n i' '''’ ‘"
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WAN!
I.IJ for .Smi-L’r l i<mnany
P
/iic p lH ce , full b ase m e n t. JIWOO.
S P A C IO U S
Twin I'.itls. hl.iho
^
il, A. LAKCA.Sri-R
II.
R e m ln B lo n , A s .s ls ia n l A s s c s s u r .
t "o .p
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oniII
in
Ma^u
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u
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K. I.w:
I
NEW HOME
.1 Hi
BLfJROO.M.*?. 2 bath s. iMsef'-'
roinfom n},', 556-'0
6 1'O
Twill l-nKs. Iduho
n ltc n d
an
In -S o rv lc o
A s s e i. ss soo ri s ’’ii «
ire;
A l.T i’lRATION.S, drossm akinc Also
7 (10 u’l lot k A ,\!.
"
nient
•liilv IK. Iftfi7
kinncr
^ bcdrf)om s. 2 baths, full
m
ent lintshi'd foi an aparlm i;nt.
S c h o o l n l B n ls o , Id a h o , on J u ly J S .|
A"
fiib ilr itnd sweatt>r bodies. Skinner
Refiular July Ses-sioii ss.on- ‘•'luipnii-m
”
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in .hh K Wel)b r n n f n r u i lt ’. $G
•ur1 rillrrjii.
h ase m c n i. double ciirpori. curP n i e $12,000 or will trade for
Jti„'iO
''11
10 «» o 'c h u k A.M.
-r.
]9, «n,i 20. I%7.
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fui
iiislic
l.
This
Is
a
.s,.
s
.Sfwing
Shoppe.
r.ii7
F
ilo
r
and
The
Ho.iiil
of
(
imnlv
<
om
nilssion\
PL'I IOO ft’.’I
R rcu liir Ju ly .Session
.,7 '
pcied th ro u g h o u t, bulli-ln ra n g e
sm ull
u llo r home ur 2 bedroom
•
full limi‘ p.iMimn anil re s n v tjd
C OUNTY DUM P TOUR
I n<-iiu
• ut,'
___________________
Jfjf'
h K W ebb. ivinloicinK . Sii
Sli !)0 Th
r )) f lUmnl of ( i.unlv i om m hsion- c f s s w ith nil ( i)nimis.sionei.s and tlic
—— ;
ami
ow n;
has patlo, P ric
e
niobil
■ice
m
o b ile hom e.
The C oninilssi»n«rs toured
th c in t,,* |,i(,
*'
, ‘
M ATtJRE t'xpcrirncvd hifih school
, j ■,
100 ,k ’ci
lei.s
school k$17,200;
dow n pavmont. 5700;
K lm herly d u m p su e.
/u
.lu
,
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lerk
preKoiii
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il
w
a
n
ts
habv
lendlnij.
houser.ayn
/o m
n i.liie
M aso n ry insuluilon. $l.S
51.S4:
ce.s.-j
4 jc e -'.5 WUh all m em bers’ und the Clerk
paymL-nts 5104.10 'laterest an d
IQ
Apply
betw een 9 and 11 a.m . nl
^I’-rk
h i / . JU D IC IA L BUILD ING
^
JO IN T Q U A R TE R LY R E P O H
RT
per bu«
IJ;,.
work. <’tc. Plione 7:i3-6182. _____
Lfn<
buH (4 cubic lo ei p e r bag)
1 pres'
p rin cip a l. P h o n e 7-13-2891. d a y s ;
ir*■.0 Mam N orth. Twin F alls, Iliai A hrondsca wns hired fn
to
Jo in t q u a r te rly re p o rt of the A\ uudd li-P e rk uuir e M aso n iy in iu la iiu n , $1.48 '’'^'^^'^"^■j'aIL IN SP EC TIO N
y ,AE r nwc sllh
IRONING done in my home, RRefe
eferr.
^33-8
m
- S m , ev e n in g s and S undays.
I, th e _ h h0 ;________________________________ IRO
Ihe m asonry w ork on
t o r and T re a s u re r for the p e r io d per bau (J cubic fe et p e r b a g )
Tli
Tlio C om m issioners m ad e th e ir h,„elp
J
nn:
ences. $1 per hour. 1528 3rdI Ave- — ----------------------------------------------------—
TV REPAIRM AN w anted to - rtake
- from April 13 to J u ly 7. 19G7, w ua s
P ortlar
o rtla n d C einynt. $1.45 p e r bag
quar
ag
q u a r te rly Inspection of the Twin
Twin J u d ic ia l Building, sulnry was set n t TV
r vic
k ee. __!!!:
nue E a s t. 733-1947.
-•
,
™
"
J3.00
p
e
r
hour,
starting
d
a
te
A
u
n
Auover
good
TV
snies
nnd
serv
610 B lue Lukes Blvd. N. 733-0211
ap p ro v ed a n d placed on file.
Lime,
Lime. $1.4S p e r b ag
F nalls
ll C ounty J a il and found every! '''r y - g u s t 8 , 1067.
c
ange.’ IRONING
q u ick ly .n n d neatly Tdone.
Owner's
h ea lth re aso n for change.
IRO
J a m e s D anner
733-2240
ose
B Y
O W N E R
T
TWIN FA L L S LU M B E R A N D S>EED
EED ihlnR
Ihlni to be In order.
JO IN T M ONTHLY U E P O R T
uired.
51 per hour. 454 5th Avenue E ast.
a s t.
R
DOISE TR IP
S
Snme
cnsh Investm ent reouired.
R., JJ .. S chw endlm an
733-7100
l ,,H
i COMPANY
W E E D R EIM B U R SEM EN T*
t,
Jo in t m o n th ly re p o rt of the A
u d i733-0785._________
_________________
T h e C om m issioners m a d e a» trip
V
Will
sell o r rent and npplyy on
73
lo dd
e x te rio r P lyw ood C.. D.,
C I^ IM A P PR O V E D
-------C lean seven room s and finished
to r and T r e a s u re r for the p ee rr io
«
lo
B
oise
to
confer
with
Bill
C
hild.
n
hild,
purchase.
W
rllo
Box
P
‘9,
Tim
es^
L
l
We
in
v
ite
you
to
d
riv
e
by a
imesa
l
l
ty
p
es
of
sewing
wanted.
R
es'
basoi
w aa ss V A t/?
s y u u re fe e t
,
qi
’ R es.
b ase m e n t, fire p lace , carpet, bu lh
J
C la im for Weed C hem icals in thefro m J u n e 12 to J u ly 7. 1007. w
!r
nT
S
u
p
e
rv
is
o
r
of
th
e
Idnho
Stato
h
^
_______________
|
.so
Q
DeNews._____________
“ o*
w o n d e rfu l hom e a t 811 'G reen1 sonable. Phone 733-2316.
nnd half, lots of storage, larg
' ' “ “ iiA .V e .L HOUSTON L U M B E R CO.
am
n m oo u n t of $30,944,65 In favor
of p a r tm e n t of P ublic A ssistance,
______
and
o
ap p ro v ed a n d placed on file,
^ JL
—
w ood C ircle. You have to see
e x to rlo r P ly w o o d C.- D., T
w Ij F alls Canul C om pany was apTwin
g
a
r
a
g
e
and
sh
ad
e
.
$15,700.
y/ood
s
to
re
,
OILING
nnd
repairing
roofs.
F
re
e
g
u
ra
Routine buainess wus t r a n s aacctteedd :; ■
in
c
ip
d
WANTED:
M
an
for
w
ork
In
sto
re
OIL
r n Zn.
"
R o u tin e b u sln esi wns tra n s a c te d
this ex
prov
p ro v e d and w a rra n t o rd e re d draw
1128 8 lh Avenue E a s t
' tre m e ly nice gingerbread
u ntil the h o u r of 5:00 o'clock p M I$ m .0 0 Jp e r 1000 s q u a re fe e l
house i estim
ates, Call 73.V029!).
M.
JH'il
ele v ato r. U nfurnished house*
es
raw n. „_,i , 1,^ ^,0 ^^ of 5:00 o'clock P .M
«
h o m ee and Its lovely yards.
^*-'nch
Sency • r E j JUDICIAL BUILD ING
:
» .1 1 2 3
hom
w hen ii r e c e s s wns taken unU}1 tI hh ee ii . ’‘''n
c n e x to rlo r P lyw ood. Agency
e dd ie.
ie
supplied
w ith posithm . S l i' vv e r i r o n i n g done nejjDy In my W
hom e,
^
*
W hily you a re Jn the mood, wa
C .D .. $133.00 p e r lO
OO
1000
INSURANCE
^w hen th e B oard adjourned sine
’
h o u r of 11:00 o'clock A.M.. J u ly!, Y
1 22®i
.! stum ped
-------^
Creek
Supply
C
om
pany.
P
icabo,
$i
icnbo,
^
$
i
^
p
e
r
h
o
u
r.
P
h
one
733-730V______
jijg?
■
sc^
a re f<
......................... ...... ........................................
------- would
w ould like you to sce Dr. Craw''
square
fe el
m
at
1,
M r. C arlson m ade a m otion1 th
thnt
. Idaho.
78 H-25 K;.___________________ —
I 500
fo
r d 's fubulous B rick R am bler
■R .
BESTWAY B U ILD IN G C E N T E R
Insu;
T W O G .I . B A R G A IN S - $11,500
forci'j
in s u ra n c e be placed on th e Ju d icial
^
’ h e b e r j . L O U G H M ILLER
__ I aM M E D L \T E -npcninft JoiL -2. b aitb
r b eers
--------a t - 1 2 1 0 - ^ ld e r - D r iv e . .T h e-p tic a_________
rs .R
B nui s i n e s s - O p p o r l u n i l i o l — — 33 00 - — B r l c k ~ J —bctlroom s—each:— Rtp-------pm'nn
x ie r lo r .- p l^ w Q o d r ill6.71
116.71 -Bull-B u lld ln R -d u rln g -co n stru c tio n -to c o v ^
--------- ATTEST:----------------------------C lra lrm
na nn - J i J n c li- .esquarxj
lo
well
establi.shed
shop,
per
r
m
fec;t.
c
r
i
” d,.
on th is unbelievable hom e is reer a tw loss. Including vandalism .
K
H. A. LA N CA STER
P“ r,
--------possessions,
re
p
aire
d
,
re
p
a
in
te
9"
>n
cent com m ission. Phone 882-2024
. ;iT "cT ;------------------------------------n
d u ce d to $24,900. Ace Really,
2-2024 —
~TZ
.V
Pi°’n
‘
^ ij-ln
Mr. C hancey seconded th e m otion ^
Twin F o lli, Id a h o
r,,
!,!"'-ch' e x te rio r plyw ood. Agency Mr.
H olland
R eal E state. 733-1080.
MosM LS
Hollt
days. W rlto 311 South M ain, Mosstam ped
C .D ., $127.12 p e r 1000
± ___ _ 7 3 3 -5 2 1 7 .___________ ______________
1000 and It curried unanim ously.
Jnly 12. 1967
w .
iD E E R LICENSE T R A N S FEIR
_____
ULTRA
ULTRfum ily home. 4 s p ac io u s
___
R
_________________________ _£cow, Idaho._______________________
11:00 o'clock A .M
tsquare
T i w i Kfeet
com
!
iCENNINGTONS
x
|
b
edroom
s.
2%
lovely
bath
s,
com
iIM
^ MM 'E D IA T E POSSESSION 3bedri
7 TAXI driv er w anted. O ver 25. m ust
L ic e n s e tra n s fe r for th e sale of . .
R c j u l a r Ju ly S cjilon
b e d ro o m home in the Morning’ellow
MAGIC
CITY rc.ijnrt on enst side
forta
fo rta b le fa m ily room w ith fi-e
fire-.
is io n - „?1
^i-lnch
a n d Found
1• know city. Apply In person, Vellow
C D., bbottl
o ttle d b ee r was ap p ro v ed forJ®noDo- ^01
M
T he B o a rd of C ounty C om m ission!>^ 1 e x te rio r P ly w o o d C.D..
Bide a r e a . G aruge. fam ily room,
of M agic R eservoir. 'C afe, furfurplac(
m
place.
Al)
bulll-ln
kitchen.
P
rem er
e r W. B ensch, M a n a c e r E
lks
TK<
“
v
i
H
Cah
Co..
T
w
in
F
alls._____________
o
e rs m et a t this iim e p u rs u a n t to *$1(1.87
4,
^p e r 1000 sq u a re fe e l
E lks L O S T vicinity of 100 block V an
clous
Ideally
—T—
n l ^ e d cabins, bouts, m otors.
mmlun
s. 2
lum n o rth e a s t locution. S pacious
R
eall, nice $12,500. A ssum e 5'/,%
^i-inch, e x te rio r P lyw ood, agency
jency bu .P ..O .E . No. 1183 to th e Twin F
receBs w ith Com m issioners L onutJh.
uchF alls
alls
Dn u ren : reddish brown C hihuahua.
TR
la h u a . TRUCK
d tiv e rs for corn chopping.
J,‘
lg be.
lo a n . $84.00 m onthly. Ace Realty,
w ells, 9 ncres. $28,000 gross ananlot. 1R educed p rice of $19,400 is
be1000 C ounty Falrfirounds a t F ile r.
m iller und ChanQoy and the C
L le
'llrr k fi?
f
Oo ne blind eye. A n s w e r■8
s to
A/ pproxim ately • 1st of S eptem
ber.
^^3-^217.__________________________
piinJ.’
J'uwl Incom e. F or 5 m onth oper*
per*
.lo
.low
w re p la c e m e n t cost fo r Im m edlR E r JUDICIAL DUILDING•»
pre sen t, Com m lsi^loncr C arlson a b ''S
q
u
e
a
k
y
.”
R
ew
ard.
733-C974—
7333'
^
7
3
3
30
or
35
d
ay
ru
n
.
.■?26-4726.
Filer.
iil£ i;
otlon. $75,000 with 29% down.
ate
‘
bW l E ^ B R I C K C O M PA N Y
Dr
vn.
ute j sate. Let y our family sceJ this BY O
OW
W N E R : Im m ediate possession.
D on Schultz and R ic h a rd Schultz
2^
^hulti ». 2929.______________________________
______ E^ X l'I-R IE N C E D m ilker for g rade
Brick, $G2.00 p e r 1000 (d e liv e red ) w
wer<
$300 dow
n, no closing. 3 bedrooms.
hom e now. T w in Falls R ealty. 733(
hom<
e re em ployed, to do th e M asonry 77 I . ‘
AUTHOIUZATION
ir?AMn'
A^dairy.
A
M erle B rown. Routee No.
C,AFE In choice location doing
C
'• 3662.
3662. B eth W lckam , 733-54?6CONCRETE
PRO D UIC
C TS,
5. Al
a tta c hl e d g a ra g e . New roof, carpet.
olng
IS, w orl
ork on the Ju d icial Building with M A N ’S brow n billfold betw een B uhl
A u th o rlra tlo n was granted to, M l- IDAHO
R..
ul
X
Btlhl.
r)43-’
^075.
pi
good
business..
P
rice
Includes
.
Helb
jeninIm portant p erso n al nu.3
udes
Helb. 733-3675.
w o ter
te r h e a te r and d ru p e s. Nice lot.
n ie'vy . ^INC.
salai
s a la r y set nt $5.00 p e r h our beginchael F e lto n , P rosecuting A ttorrn
pPe‘ r s . R ew ard. Cnll collcct. 5 4 S . r ^
T -^
building nnd all fixtures. Cull
—
Glazed In te rio r B locks for^ en- nlna
— j-r
good Investm ent pro p e rty . $8000.
nlng J u l y 10. 1067.
to atten d a m eeting of the I d u h o
’
fR E L lA B L E . ex p c rle n re d farm h and.
I’I
DOLL
ith
f/IJ??*
te d
S7M. Duhl.________________________
1 0 C7 trance “a n d h a llw a y . $3,776.00 TotoJ
Rco u tin e business w as tran sna c ted
25 afaf.’
fu rth e r d etails. $13,000.
DOLL^ HOUSET This 2-bedroom w
'^.1.
F ir s t p ay m e n t $75, due October 15.
Total
R
Legislative Council. J u ly N . 10G7,
------ P
Year round job. P hone 733-0025
______________
b u sem en i m u s l be sold to s e ttle
-Ftaif 7^3.19138.
■;
,
O S T : L arg e m en's J a d e ring
in
,, 8:30 p.m .
ia on
until th e hour of 5:00 o'clock P.M . LLOS
a l Uolse. I d a h o . Mr. Felton w as un la
f
’
B
1”
ter
________________
cs
tu
te
.
R
eully
sourkles
w
llh
new
.
l n ng .u- ki C
m a d e th e m o tio n . Uiat w
whei
hen a recess w as ta k e n untilll th e
vvlic in ity of M uglc Dowi. R ew ardl
a utho rized t o attend th e P ro s e cnuttin
. hunccy
,
T
A
Y
L
O
R
A
G
E
N
C
Y
<
h" Vso
o w
h
y
r
p
a
in
t
job,
new
furnnce.
Looks
W
"Y
i e n t ? Move In for $375.00
TRUCK
d riv e r to huck h ay . Phone
Ih t bid of v o lc o B uilders S upply
bo |Vo,.r
:y 24. ^ 733-8757 o r 324-5197. Je ro m e .
TR
A tto rn ey 's S hort Course, C h ic a g o . [,'1®
locks
o'clpck A .M .. Ju ly
I
U
l.
for
3
bedroom
s o r $678 for 5 bednice on ex c lu siv e corner loL List2
_____
482-2445. R ichfield.
» Illlnolj, J u l y 29 IhrouEh A u s u s t 8fl , accepted fo r the n e c e s s a r y blocks iflG7
ro d
ro o m s FH A ap p raised . Look them
-------K im berly
.23.5280
?d''fc
5289
ed fo r $8500. All offers co n sidjeered
at the qu o ted p rice s. M r. Carlson
rison
' h e b e r J . LOU GHM ILLER
: r .. CC oaird o f T h a n k i
32 ------------------------------------~
F aa lls
lls
o v e r a t 597 M adison o r Crestvlew
on
Evenings
for
for
im
m
e
d
ia
te
sale.
Tw
in
F
seconded
tho
m
otion
und
It
c
a
rrie
d
ATT
rrled A T T E S T :
C hairm an = 775^
20
k,Ron T n y lo r
hn m ,
PROPOSALS
m m ously. 423-5403
Rual
5403
R ealty . 733-3002. Beth W ickham
pDrriv
‘v ee , then sec Volco Builders
rm a n TO ^ ^ L thoso who expressed -^th
e ir H e lp — M a l e a n d F e m a l e
- r - Sunanim
nH,. A . LANCASTER
P ro p o sals weixj m ad e for th e fu
S u p p ly , Twin Falla.
--------Byrle C a rr
733-C808
733-5
0898
733-5476. Al H leb, 733-3675,
_ SUPPV
u_
sy m p a th y In so many w onderful
Mr.u TC u rlso n m ad e the m otion that
that
Twin F a lls. Idaho
nishlng of w indows in the new J,*u d,,il CEE ”
Sm ith
733-5877
■ bedT ^ COM
C O M PL
P L E T E L Y rem odeled 4 -b e d w
a
y
s
during
o
u
r
recent
b
ereav
e
P
S
'v
e
!
P
E
R
S
O
N
N
E
L
S
E
^
I
C
the
bid
of
A
nderson
L
u
m
b
e
r
LOVELY
o
ld
e
r
home,
Flvfi;
ComJ
u
ly
24,
1967
clul U ulldlnc, proposals wcre a s foi*ilnlnff
room hom a with fu ir partially fin.
w
m e n t in th e loss nf o u r beloved
P na liN
a c c e p te d fo r th e n ecessary
room s, tw o bath s, living, dining
Y
room
‘»»ry
10;60 o'clo c k A.M.
low s: MaRfc Glass of Twin F
l s P“ ''y
O F M A G IC V A L L E Y
_
l*hed b ase m e n t. C lose to ichools
w ife and m o th e r we w ish to exPlywood.
-------an d m usic ro o m s. F ireplace, hhurcfa rp isned
n e g u la r J u ly S ession
J-I8-I.00: B ennetts P a in t and G'.i7ic«
la s s L
t e n l * M aso n ry in s u la tio n nnd0 re<^nd
center.- SIOOO down.
B LISH ED T ex aco service
stu- Jwoood
o d floors. B asem ent w ith flo
n in n .
te n d o u r h e a rtfe lt th anks.
E V E L Y N W IL S O N
EESTA
si
l>''«''clng a t Ihe q u o te d w jrlc e s , Mr.
Mr.
Thh e D oard of C ounty C om m issione staflo oo rr
“ " a shopping
'
T
of Twin F u lls 5377.00; Nu-Vu G1 l Qsa
ass K
lots
ta k e o v e r paym ents. 733.2870,
i5(j2
tlon
tn
E. R. Sparkm an
•}- Shoshono s t r e e l E a s t 733-5562
.
Chancey s ec o n d ed a n d ^ t c a rrie
d ers m e t nt this tim e p u rsu a n,,t to
:j3llen t ddra
rairin . G a ra g e . Gos heat. T w o5 lots
rrled
220
[jJ for lease In B urley. E xcellent
C om pany o f Bgrloy,- Idaho, $G15.80.
incom e opportunity for am bitious
(
recethi.
I^llllo Sparkm an
jltlous
on cc o rn e r, beautifully lan d sc aa ppeedf. F
pO
nR
nE
F Cr L O S U R E : M ust be lold Inv , re c e s s w ith all m em b ers andI th
e
C om m issioner Chanccy m a d e
a unanim ously.
i
‘
D
elltha
Conner
t
individual.
Some
finunclal
assist*
N
ear
C h an ce y m ad e th e motion
e r l prosenl.
01 on rCi lerk
osslstN e ar W ashlncton, St. E d w a rd 's
^ i eddl ia
c te ly . B rick 4-lcvel, carpet.
m otion th a t th e proposal of B e n n e tts
m
F^E M A L E :
Mr. and Mrs. W ayntj
ancc and paid train in g program
B u rley Brick
s ru m . , and J u n io r High School. $20,000.
iJn
J rltk
TAX CANCELLATION
0 , 0 00 .
|ng_
ap p lian c es, ra d io • Intercom,
P o in t und G la s s be accepw d. C" no m
m(1)
g e®
Apply 936 E lba, B urley, 678-5361. 733
. 0.
t-om
Taa x cancellation w as approvedd lor
for
M ontgom ery
( N eat a p p e a rin g la d y , a ,P
73.3.6050.
■
T
, , room , fire p lace , choice lo.
eu 's .
T
m issloner^ L o u ah m lllcr seconded ' na nn di ju
ry pany be a c c e p te d fo r th e neces■■■
fa^m, ily
ra
ff
25-10 for re ta il clerking. (2) Exe
sury B rick a t the quoted p rice . Mr.
iduhi
t
h
e
“
"
‘I
Mrs.
Hill
G
raff
Mr. Idaho AKalla P rn d u cts In
Ira,, 22
cc aa tio
LTlenced s e c reta ry -b o o k k e ep er.
7777;
?n* BY O W N ER : 2 bedrooms u p s ta irs
tio nr . Ace R ealty, 733-8217.
and
Kimberly
p.
I'd It a m o u n t of J38,«.1.04.
____
X '
“ M LS" TWO SMALL Buslneas'. ElRoutine b u sln iss was tru n s a c te d S r S ’
ependable, good typist, light
•.
down. F ully finished b a se m eL">-'
n t. ,2
2 "mM
mL
ls
S^" S E E us lo r ac llo n i Complete
W
E w ish to express o u r sin cere
Jp
th e r one husband a n d wlfo set-up.
R ESIGNATION
WE
until the h o u r of 12:00 o’clock n o o n
shorthund. Able to w ork alone.
}nm '
b ath s. 2 fireplaces, all F*Vi"
rlg l- "Teal
ql .e s ta te sofvlce. Hom es, farmB,
m ad e tho m o tio n that
that
TThi
he rcslsn n tlo n ol V. K ins, Jan Ithi
th a n k s and ap p recia tio n to' “■nnr
our
;ull
Jl
T.Aru d c for grocery-apartm ent com ‘r ' '
when a recviss wus taken u n til t h e ,h.>W'’’
hi, ‘-^Hrlson
,
'
..w
l
<^)
House,
atl
utilities
nnd
sm
pifnT!.
d
u
lrc
b
u
llt.ln
kllchen.
C
arp
e
tin
g
f
J
n
,
the
bid
of
Id
a
h
o
C
o
n
cre
te
P
roducts
tor
a
r
a
n
cr hh e s , com m ercial pruncrlies,
lucts
tor
a
t
th
e
old
Hosplfal.
wns
acceptre
ceptla tiv e s and many friends w hn
''
‘‘
blnutlon
o r purchase variety sto re
h o u r ^ f 11:00 o’clock A.M., J u ly 13, r : “
and d ru p e s. P utlo with bullt.ln
salary
for counle. Good deal 7for
^
Inc.
for Ihe G lnzed In te r io r blocks
cd—<ffe c tiv e A ugust 1. 1067.
Joans, a n d re n ta ls. Lynwood R ealocks cd—e
wi
w e re so kind to us du rin g the re^
wllh good Ifvlng q u a rte rs In r e a r .
k ‘“ i .
19G7.
.?In
,h„
A nn.
nn’
*■T181“ couple. (4) Llvc-ln houseXj .t uyailablc. Globe R »r.i*y
b ro iler, w a te r uml sink. EU1B83
x tr a
,v
„
the am o u n t of $3,770.00 be acty. ni'
610 B lue L akes N o rth , 733-0211.
“ cRi E : JU D ICIA L B U ILD IN Gi
ccee n t loss of o u r beloved Ruth A
J,®:
Term
ealty,
...J I E B E R J . LO U G H M ILLER .
‘'L ,i “
^coUyi. - l a r g o - io t.-4 1 2 0 -A fau rlc e.-J3 3 .lB a3
n s------- ,V.
L.'a n Scc p ied ,-A lr^ -C J» a n co y - 80 c o n d e d--th
—M
Mr.r Chnnn3y“m n d fl'a " m o tlo n th a tt----------------- ^tr.“ ond M r*;'R obert"K ullk --k u cp o r.-G o o d -w o rk ln g -co n d itionJ‘
th e —
- { , “ ^ by
0 a p p o in tm e n t only.
---------ATTEST.--------------------------- C h B irm
R E DU
UCC E D $ 1, 000 . New price $8900." ' ,
and good w ages. (5) E xperlenc- " ~_'lC
i i l32-A -ddlsoh-E asr733:2623:------_____
RED
motion
bidsb e culled for for a filing system
usiy- bids
stem
and fam ily
“ secreturle.^. bookkeepers ond
H. A. LANCASTER
n i n ea n i It c a rrie d u nanim ously,
md
FO
R L E A S E : pro fita b le going ser- $77.00 M ONTH on your G.I. TiJVs
3 ^ bb eed ro o m . ' ’F u ll basem ent. 2
.in,
ed
FOI
b
u
y
s
3
^
BIDS
JU
D
IC
IA
L
B
U
IL
D
IN
G
for
c
n dcd
M r. nnd Mrs. J o e Kullk
®I
'
for c o u r t files, M r. C arlso n seconded
Twin Falls. Id u h o
„
edvlco
statio n , K im berly, Idaho.
o m !s n ew Indoor-ouldoor carpet,
M Mot.r
general offlco g irls ulw aya needvb
^
BIdj w e re called for on the Insu*
this lovely w ell kept older 2 bed.
bed- - ro
room
Insu. thethi.m o tio n nnd It c a rrlc d unanlnani- __________ M r. and Mrs. Louie Mille
Ow
1907
Infinn
nf
litv .
N ew ly pain ted . $900 down. See a t
_
cd
O' ner re tirin g . Cnn ihow figures
lution
of tho H eating nn d A ir ConCon- m
mously.
ous
Bids will be opened A ugust -----room hom e w ith a p e rso n anlity
11:00 o'clock A .M .
?|V
i
pusi 15 yea rs. E xcellent r*rori^t
cre d it
- le
a n ■ 1316 ^4th A venue E asL
dltlonlni;
s
y
ste
m
s
in
th
e
new
Judlu
.
ii
8
M
A
L
E
:
PJ
^
i
m
NO'*'
Cttrpet
a
n
d
linoleum.
C
lean
ludlH
,
190^
a
l
11:00
o'clock
A.M
.
R
eS
e s o rts
8
R cR uIar July Session
r ? & i
„
ca rd backing. Call 423-5231, KimHOMES". "W e build on
»Jnn "
nulldlnjj. snid bids to b e opened
ns a pin. N ew wosher ond di rry e r CLASSIC
CLASSI
encti
CLAIM A P PR O V E D
^
----- r (I) M an a g er-traln ce , a g e 21-28.
he
The B o ard of County C om m issionn is - C L A R K -M IL L E R Guejl R anch, c a b 1!
f o u r lo
—:—
Included.
733-5074. M ountain SHtaates
te s
1 t.” Y our floor plan or ours.
;^nd
.
_____________
fnclS.
lOfiZi.__ T he cla im of Buhl H ighw ay DlsMust
bo n e a t ap p e arin g and
er.s met at thl.s time pursuant to ro - , ,u
“ ,
ig e
OLD
Realty
eall — A lm a Booth.
Bids w e re a ls o called f o r on tlic
tlic 7trlc
?U: i f o r Twin F alls C o u n ty 'i sh
■hare
m culs, saddle horses. FOr'■ re
sni
rpkerR
Q ualli
u a lity co n stru c tio n fo r a tru ly
Jps.
niect
public well. S ta rtin g w uge
OLL ESTAB LISHED gra in brokerare
c r v a t l o n i w rite K etchum o r ph
Qge
'
mntorialfi fn r roofing tho building,
co
m p e titiv e
prlcc. Twin F alls
ih o n e
J»;75 to jg^.so p e r week. ( 2 ) reffi a n d tra n sp o rta tio n . Includes BRAND NEW listing on b eu Unfin
llOR. of
of il
th e C le ar L akes B rid g e InI Ihe
the
u 'trf^
cojnp(
J.35
tru ck s a n d all equipm ent. O w ner
oved
774-2535.
___________________
gj
bids to be opened sa m e tim o nml
>t nn
R e a lty a n d In su ran ce . 733-36G2.
nnil nam
m ou
o u n t of $22,016,54 w as approved
_____
sponsible
young m an, ag e 28-35
4 bedroom , 2 bath split level
on
CANCELLATION O F TAXES O
dllll,
'
,„eselling
bccauso of h cnith andiinage.
ON
N diiie,
n n d -w
-I a rr a n t ordered d ra w n .
. , nnd
o^.
a
for rapid p ro g re s s In m anugc”
'cc a ll!
" M LLS''
S " * BEDHOOM q uality hom e,
?T
A
ltu
ra
s
.
F
o
r
p
rice
ond
deta
il
ll:
'*M
R E A L PRO PER TY
Routine
j'llj
J . S. C rav e n , P aul, Idaho. <38.<013.
Routine bu.slncss w as tra n s a cctetl
te d
'
S
^QUARTERLY
R EPO RTS
"Peerrso n a li— Special Nollcos
IS 9
V
ment
tra in in g . B eginning w age
Tw in F a lls R e a lly . George H aney,
n e a r to dow ntow n shopping a re a .
ancy,
At the renuvisi nf H, A. L a n c asstte
until the
the h o u r of 3:00 o 'c lo c k P.M .
e rr ., until
at
Fr0oRi;1 .I3 A S E : Station In ooodJ vol733 .<i
PM A PPR O V ED
JlOO
$11,000.
Irrig a te d L ands Co., 733.
vol.
733-4609,
Al H leb, 733-3675 a n d B eth
JU
.O a
, , — D
B R O W N 'S SAFETY S E R V IC=E—
E
»' for $125 p e r w eek. (3) Neeat
County A u d ito r, the following t aLixes
x e s when
whni aa revest
i
was tak e n until the
Oui
Ihe
Q
u n rte rly re p o ris on th e B udget aAH
iJci
I-IO
um
w ickam
ick
'f/iort
appearing
y o u n g m an , age 21-40
un o location In Tw in F alls. M alo r
W
, 733-5476.________ ____________
________ 1070. Bill R ulphs. 733-8023.
sam eat, Brakes, Shocks, M uK
lers
“I
w e re o rd e re d c«iici>llcd hecuiise t h i s hour
hour ofof 10;00
1
o'clo ck A .M .. J u ly' n17,, for
for th
tl e sccond q u a r te r of 1967 w e re
“ 417 M ain E a s t - 733-8213
for
pro
p r d u c ts; R . J . H olm es, 733-0172
w »re
/ ' full tim e w ork. Good Job _
3-0172 u r n ' jmj e e d h o m es to aell. also sim
m aall
ll A
ASSUM
pro p e rly w a s purihiised liy the J u n 1DG7 ,
S
SU
M
E
la rg e 6 W% loan, A ttrac,
)le,
oorr c je n ln g s , h3-3800.
WE
ap p ro v e d and placed on file.
t :—
fo r CSI stu d e n t. (4) P crsorvible.
i o r CnllcKe D Istriit: Ucul R e c:>-'liit
e ln t
------ -a c re a g e s . W o have a n u m b esrr of
tiv e 3 bedroom , b a s e m e n t, re criu A^i G U E S T hom e. Senior citizens - neat, am b itio u s m en needed foe
' Hlil-B
E B E R J . to U G H M IL L E Rn ,.
'A P P O im O N M E N T
, A-1
tT
BmRICK
4-nlex. Close to Lynwod.
godd b u y e rs . Wo a re not m e mibb e ra
ro o m . R apid possession. $12.A n'I'-S T i
o.wod.
godd
rs
tlon
r
No. 7G(iJ ill th e omount of $2l«.0(>;
t.
'
cp
m
o
)ive
w
ith
me.
Y
o
u
r
co
m
fo
rt
n
I.oti; ATTEST;
c h a irmmaan
n
Am
A p p ortionm ent of M otor U sers
ffi'
double
g a ra g e • c a rp o rt. Individual
of M
m iultiple L istin g Service. W eB c
No. 7(.M In tho am ount of S48.27;
a . LANCA.STEl!
1
vldual
of
an
SOO.
cun
soo. yA ce R ealty. 733.S217. '
J"!"
do
L27: 11Ji., A.
nuvc
is
your
^
R ev en u e for Iho second q u a r te r n»
of
** m y conccrn. L e t- m e do "you"
hea t, aTr conditioner. Owner,•, 733
give you fu s t personal se rv ic e . 3• i.n
No. laGOl In tho iimount of $730.83;
,
733‘* give
Twin
w o r ry in g fo r you. I nrovlde ,Pp oe r'
« BFEnDRR 0 0 M brick, g a ra g e , /omlly
,
Twin F alls. Id a h o0
in
07 w a s approved a s follow s: Twin
1067
rO P E N IN G S FOR
Sli
5094. ,
______________fluhl(
No. 13G07 in the am ount of $131.34.
_ _
flu h le r R e a lty , 73b-52il5 o r 7334237. ^ ro
;2 in .
a te
-34.
J u lv 17, 1007
Fnlls
ro oo m
m In bdsem ent. $1000 down,
•lyute
Q U A L IF IE D P E O P L E
^
Fnlls 'H ig h w a y D istrict $67,462.10;
“s oO'n a l c o re , hom e cooKlng, p riv
W
A NTED; BualF ?88 p a r tn e r for A-1 bb yy O
OV
n'og.'
o r 8 c m l-p riv a le room s; fu rn ish
lOiAo o 'c lo c k A.M.
nuhl
llIUS JU D IC IA L BUILDING
W N ER : F o u r bedroom s, fu lly
T a k e o v e r F.H .A . lo an . Phone'733s h ee dd ,.
re g ls ira tio n fee ch a rg edA
WAI
Buhl H ighw ay D istrict 123,450.68;
p^o r t i n g BoodB sto re In h e a; rrtt of
T his hulng the tim e for the o p e n lit
n‘4 fl’
o r y o u m ay b rin g y o u r own.• MMyy
ccoa rp ei le d , full b ase, .m ent, 2 c a r
0012 .
S tric tly confidential
tru
J u ly S essio n
pF iic
,
iler H ighw ay D islricl S13.3fl0.4fl;
Ing of bids for M asonry b locck s ,
The BBin
------:
B urley, w r ite Box 0*17, Tlm
$8 •
y e a r s o f e)fperlence ond know - 77 ^
The
o ard of C ounty Com m ission*
im ei*
ooaaroi
ra g e , 1 blo ck from hlgh ichhool.
o o L -----------—--------- — ---------•Ion* A
Am
m er
e ric a n F o lli R e i. D is tric t 18,•
fo r m iddle-aged m on
or
h»»o
o w pro v id e th e atm osphere yo u LOOKING
Lot
liflc k nnd Plvw ond; bids wero o p e n - ers
ers mut
mut aiit th is tim o p u rs u a n t to\ ro708.73
1? be
NiJJ
ews, T w in F alls.
f aa rrg^ e F ir s t F ed eral loan. Seo
L
50 ao t O u rt o f T o w n . H o m e s
5i
ro- 768.72.
'•
woman
w ho n ee d s lob. M ust be -----e d with th e hillowlnit ivbuIis;
ecuswith
with all m em b ers a n d th o C lerk
wyill
r th e r
V
com
" Tforu; ;r
330 M au ric e S tr e e t Nortli o r ph o n e ^ ------lerk
A P P O nX IO N M E N T O F
' enjoy. Cull o r seo fo r fu T
5 .
w
dependoble
w ith good cred it. 40. to BY
BYO W N ER : Incom e property^,. fo
BY ow
o w n e r: S pacious 3 bedroom
ur
733 . 3024
DY
AND ERSON LUMBER C O M PA
N Y present.
present.
In fo rm a tio n : 1708 P o p la r, T
w \S
in
‘JJ
^N
cG E N E R A L SCHOOL FUNDI
48
hours
p
e
r
w
eek.
R
un
office,
fflce.
a
np
p
a
rtm
e
n
ts
,
good
location.
Reduc-----i
h
o
m
e
.
VA
balh
s,
fcnced
y
ard,
8x8x10 R e g u la r Blocks, $34.00 pp ee rr
Ihool
r^a °i l s . 73.1-IKB2.____________________
A pportionm ent of G e n e ra l School
CCU
URREN T E X PE N SE 1
Apt
2533? H
P Y nowly docoralca hom o ,*1*50“
nee d
J ouubble
h g arag e, gre en houie. 80G
vork.
cd
HA
APPP'i
-------tako phono cnlls and bookw
ork,
od to sell. Lttsy te rm s. 733-2533.
do
100
T’A
v CLAIM S A P P U O V E D ,
, ,
TAX
Puiul
F u n d s— Stntw nnd C ounly for Ihe
mE
en
-n 7T[,r
new o w ner. 2 to 3 bedrooms, lo
o
v na itin
Conlaci,
V-l Oil C om pany, 237^ 4th B
'm
Ih ; M
M D E H S IIIP S AVAILABLE, T w in
Ci
m rg
ilt?
Y
k tm a . F ile r, 326-5254.
AR an d cnfe for s a le In BuhF.
[Jf,"'S p e c la
ia llss .,
Claims fo r F ed ern I, S tn to lux nnd accond
accon q u n rle r of 1007 w a s approved
n ooxl ’ lot.
close to ic h o o l. A ttached build"Vfij
Fpn
a l l j M en's H ealth C lub. S;teum
te a m
Avenuo
A
South._______________Di
____
Doing
good
business,
w
rite
B
*i„‘’
J4J.00 p e r IOO
Sociol
sei
tlurfollow s: C la n A School D istrict
Social S ecu rity w ithheld fro m s alu
r- na
n i fo
InR c a n bo u sed for re o re aly
tlo™n ;, OOunt» onf T o w n H o r n e t
b af jl h s , show ers, cxerclao e q u ip - WANTED:
«/Ai
Slock C o n tro l clerk, M all
^l
P-4.
p . c /o T lm gj-N ew s.____________
51
' •^ ^ x 8 x 8 Vi D Iack Ileg u ln r, 322,00 pp ee rr Irs
Irs for
for tht
th e m o n th of J u n o ,-1007, wvere
ore 411. $7«.Q7D.72:
$
C lass A SchOOl .^1";
Dls-------office o r b ed ro o m , Cnll 733*3077
or
”
m e n t.-G o lf e rs su m m e r, s p o rtssm
m an
.npnllentlons to- Box. 42K- f o r .a p - —
nppruved a n d
w o rrn n ta
ordereil
ered trict
Irlct 4 l'i, $17,UB.13; C lass A School
■ 4 0 - 733-0104 e v e n in g s .- --- ^ .............. - :
-|
:hool
« «c i e n n up, re la x . 733-02iB, d a y s ;
J
jjofnlmenL
G ive a ll quallflcnllonB
M u ii i r L e i V o n i ' ........................4 0
,i'io“n i M
n e g u l a r Blocks, JiO.OO p e r (drawn
Z u t r nnsl follnw sr F cd eriil T a x $3,. D lstrl
is tric t 413, $12,17^0; Clast A
73
.
733-6250, cvcnlnHS.________________
jjl
^'M LS" m a n y G l'a hove le t u i h elp
i
_____
nddreas
nnd phone num ber.
, ,
014,20; S tnto T a x $5.17.57; S ocial SoSo. Schoo
School D istrict 414. $10,074.54; C lass
—
th
em w ith th o ir paperw ork nnd
*ni»halu m in u m siding. Located
—
IN STAN T MUSIC. A tune a t y o u r
tlicm
lOxBxio Ilo n d Bcurni anil S p e c la
ia ls , curUv'
'
w llh
curlly JL
$1,270.77.
B S(
S chool D istrict 41f(, $4,273.13;
3.13; GQUA
R A D U A T E en g in e er re q u ire s ro o m
.
hom e se le c tio n . May w e s e r v e
22 33
v ery first lesson w ith Iho revo*
revo9S1.00 p er 100
iii i im ' a i
ant t eed
d g e of Buhl. It lia i n nice
i‘i“v“e?.’ F**Gr
a rm W o rk W a n te d
0S
S £Clasa
$.1,* amn ud b o n n l. M em ltur of th e U nlvor, „
BUREAU o r NOXIOUS W E E D
'» * " n School D istrict 417. $.1,>
Ite m .,
------lutlonnry P ointer C hord Syatem
you? M o u n tain Stales R eolly, 733*
<«!'»•
scl b5a, c k w llh •g arage, m achine
Block RcHulars, $21.00
rTAX
/ v x CLAIM S A P P R O V E D
7H1.52; J o in t School D istrict 418, $4,.
ssit:
ity of I d a h o R esearch SSta
l aff.
f f . ----------------------------------------------------------I";
‘ •00
P riv n to lessons pinno nnd o^rsoo.
rg a n .
5974
fti>74
_____
s hsh
e ded
, , g ra d e A b arn , solid sel of
026.00;
School D istrict No. 416,
4lfi,
CCle
le a n , r e a t . W rite Box 0-21, c-o
m UST" se ll: la rg o 3 bedroom hom
_____ _MUST
l ntul Ib located on a clcun
o m e,
e.
ccoorrrra
a ls
J’VxBxifl Ilo y u lu r B locki, $20.00 pp ee rr sSocial
o d S l“ su'
nil 1|.^ $27.61,,
*1 111o»»Nows.
Tlm
CUSTOM
^ J . m u , 733-BGOO. ^3-5050._________
S e c u rity w ithheld fro m su
43
43 AcrcB
ac
of land. Own this Im* 1
B EG IN N IN G Bludenl o p c n ln g raa v a in
11^ tb a th s , fire n ln ce. 2C0 8 th Ave*
n«7 ..J,R o u tin e huslneas w ns trn n in ctciJ
WH
h PE liL 'c h a t i l . ” exorcising equipctcd
W
arltii
foi'
th
e
m
onth
of
J
u
n
e
,
lon?,
W v
M A N U R E H A U L I N G^
“ 'jS
i6x8xlfl B o n d Deum and S p e c ia ls , .fJ?,?
good
ppre
sssslv
e fa rm for only $31,WO.
lld
rcn
nue
.E
a
s
t.
$13,500.
V
ery
re
i
altlo
fo
r
piano
lessons.
C
hildren
or.
until
th
o
hour
of
fl
:00
o
'clo
c
k
P.M
.
,,10
were a m .ro v c d and w n r ra n ls o/.‘
•M.
m e n t. cru tc h es, w nlkcra for re n t
t M M p e r 100
Dorah
te r m?s .•733-4025.
572
nn
nnd a d u lts . 733.Q083 . 283 B
o rah
term
when
ilcrcil
ra w n na follow s; P ed eral ,V
, pj* a recosi wns Inkcn unlll tIhe
o «r r s a le . K ingsbury's P h a rmJaSc't
y . ^ Vernon O ln n d er — Buhl 034-4572
OxBxrf
B lo c k R egulnr, $lfl.00 p e r K
m d ii
®lJl h our o f 10:00 o'clock A .M ., J u ly' aS,
'117 M nln E a s t, 733-fl[J74 o r ■%![;
------ -- _w
W,est.
________
________*ro
TO sot
so tllo cstnto.~ l.ovcly 2 bedroom
lux $.W2,2t»: Hluto ta x $01.05; Social
'117
-733* ^ -----------------------------------hom
, P Security $244.IH.
>007.
UUITAH clR B ses~^r boglnnersI now
homee n t 654 Locust. In q u ire 428
■ *°?i-lnch e x te rio r I'lvwood, C .D .
’
R.
-- r f f i
:______
_ .
CUSTOM
'lIH B E R J . LO U G H M ILLER
m ta c l
2 nd Avenuo
South or 733-7180.
B tnrtlng. $1.50 p o r lesio n . C ontacl
/
SOCIAL
SE C U R IT Y C LA IM
A
T
r
i
’
g ra d o , 1100.00 per 1000 sijuaro fe e t, *
oUCi/^
iVnn
ALCOHOLICS
Anonymous
Twin
ATFEST.
C hnlrm nn
n e w 3 b o d ro o m i I ^ bath; full b a s e .
OH.
NEW
Buhl. Idnho
S W A T H IN G
J )O
; rm ond Stm th, B uhl. 543-400H.
D ........................^ A P PR O V E D
^i-lrtch e x te rio r Plywood, Cj ..D
Fnlli Courlhouae, Wudneidnys1 nl
H. A . LANCASTER--*
r
~
T
_.ineot{
double
garago,_203() S hl ee rrry
ry
RRaalp
lp hh & Bill ABBondrup 8 4 ^ 4 0 2 0 ________
--------B:30 -n.m .- F o r-f u rth e r In fo rm oa tlo
n<
____ 6 fiiiiip ...* Il« .0 0 ,|ic r i()(Jl) flijunre ^ 'e t
? "I. *
llo nn - Genu
Glloh
- 830-^401'W ondall•1.“/ -------- ------------- Tw ln- F alla. Id a h o -------4 6 ~'l-nnc
L nne. l*luino 7.1!l-81‘n)i
fim T
1.41) SOCInl
ROClnl bej
b rc u iU y for tlio s ec o n d qilnrZonalll# InsulallMH Block fill, #1.40
cnll ■733.4030,
_
OiKor lnifrucilon
46
'/'» •
J u ly 2 IJ, 1007
—
W I ’I L I iR y l^or la lo tw o bcdrootn
tc
r of lB(i7
wna n n p ro v c ii nnd n
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&"ill|.
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320-4720. IMlor.
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W nlhu-n SnvnHP. Weed Hiipervisor,
Dulse,
t:uBt(im d rn p o s , cnr|icl, t>lrch cnb<
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iinnbl< offer. Cftll M n . C harles
A
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cuitni
!Mnywith a J o h n Ucoro 1)51 I II
Anm orlvnu Hcliool, Box 7640, B
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nnd Will Book, Bonrd
J.V*’ T n b le ti, Only Oflo n l I’cnnyrn e y .
TT aarrrrllii, 306-7727, .O le n n i Ferry.
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137.32 p e r 100
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Proceedings of The
Board of County
Commissioners, Tw in
Fails County, Idaho
is
SHAW REALTY
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A n im il B r e e d i n g
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HUSKY w e a n e r p ig s for sale. F hlo
one
A u g . 2 9 -3 0 , 1 9 6 7 '
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ra n g ei
re/rlgeralor,
ratofi
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d ish w a sh e r, disposal. 3 bedrooms, \ J
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423-5877. .K im b e rly ._______________ ________
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1 A c re
wot te r h ea l. Coll a fte rn o o n s o r eveS o j,
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s
c a r^ ic d tw u ^
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^ mont^^"
gaVSonl^^irrigatlon," fenced.
r i^W B n --------------------------- {f,
h" a r v e s te r with Iron co rn hcu^.
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y e i i o \ ^ with l e T i . h w a ” a o o r , -------w ith ro c k fireplace, din ng a r ce aa
U coU yrte: C a n a o W in - b y D etrort.-C
oli
Llv
ynw ood a r e a , 175. S ee a t 1212
1212
160 ACRES. Snndy soil.’ L arge
llh large*
1
chrom e nflihr'O riT y-'$H flr.50.“ ^ n ( ^ --------^
irg e
wwllh
china closet, b u ilt-'•in
1 e L akes C ircle, C all a t 121I Jef*
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J O H N D E E R E N o. 8 forage
,
by In te rg lo ry (Shoshone). B o th
n
Bb lu
Jef.
1—
I n t . P lo w , M odel 641.
trade-in.
In
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re
d
pay
m
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n
t
m o d ern hom e. J32.000,
.
appJIa
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p lia n c e s In lovely k itc h e n ,
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with
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corn
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to
ABS
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horses fo r 5550 o r b e « o ffer.
terson.
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plan. M 4 Y E le c tric C o ' <41
. l . r . o P la ^ ^ r o o m ^ ^ l,
h5e a d and pickup.
great p ro v e n s i r e s , n atio n 's high*
highContai
Contact F . D. O'D onnell, c /o Al80 ACRES, B elw ccn T w in F nllj
•
‘
’ M O D liR N tw o bed ro o m lio m e . -7^
Car.
M ain Avenue E a s t. O p e n F rid ay
I — I n L 12’ D isc o n R u b b e r ,I
i d S '' -F {A R M A L L 460 gas tra c to r
1—
eI IsJt type p r o d u c tio n sires. Alsoatl
' afe. K e tc h u m . I d a h o .. ~
80- all
pine C
anci Jero m e . E x c e lle n t im proved
'
t
p c te d throughout, new ly remodeled
-j;—
*tU 9 p.m ._____________;___________
breeds
o
f
beef
a
v
a
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a
b
le
,
Buhl
col«
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e
a
lated
300
UUllty.
M o d e l N o. 37.
lan d . m.OOO.
_______
______ l lL—i________________a--------------------b a th ro o m , gas fu rn o c c , Insulated,
; i S i - “% Julm
g e ld in g , new rid in g pFR
b AAN
lect. 543*6102; J e r o m e 324-2652;
NkK* S farm and h o m e refrlgera*
irred*
—FAR
M A LL 6G0 d iesel tractor,
—I
CH O IC E la rg e Jois ior hom e* Jn» th e
w ia s h e r hookup. A d u lu preferred:
B floitV
equipm ent fo r s a le or trad e foP
fo r
Hazelton 8 2 M 5 M ; B tifiey 678-9253.
JJlvei
tion. E x p eri re p air s e r v ic e on all
<0 A CRES, C lo u In. G ood buildcCo m p le te m&Jor ov erh au l.
2
I
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580.
^
calves,
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r
g
o
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d
-p
ick
u
p
;
Horse
weU
m o st up-fo-dato subdivision 'In
58( P h o n e 733-4290.
2 R o w F a rm h a n d B e e t
= 7^
{nr-*
hom
In ss, S21.000.
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T w in F alls. With all uUlUies un- N IC E , clean, 1 bed ro o n T home.TTtT
—C A SE 100 Side d e liv ery rake.
Re,
H a rv e s te r
,i„
tion, N atlon-s t o p p roven s ire s .
Phone
Phone 733-9441. ________________ - P h o n e .733-8041. 160 S id n e y .
d e rg ro u n d . Adjacent to th e n e w
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^ O H N D E E R E 216 W S wire £Ud
ffri
r lg e ra to r , ra n g e , ta b le . Or can
AU breeds. W a l te r L eltch. 643*4658,
L AND N REAL E STA TE C
CO.
All
^ LA R G E Seh/el gas r e f r i g e r a t o r anti
O.
coilcge. Land Office of Id a h o . 733bo
3-4J58, f o r la le , 4' y e a r old bucksln P3aloicated
bf a le r.
—
bo com pletely fu rn ish e d . Located
t
Buhl,
F
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r
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n
te
r
p
r
is
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557,
Tw
in
ap
a
rim
en
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size
g
a
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r
a
n
g
e
.
$150
for
Jero m e
f24-lgM
0716.
•4800
0716.___________________________
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wire
tie
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l
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b
ro
k
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saddle
h
o
rse
,
____
a c ro s * from high school. Refer*
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C a ll c o lle c t.________________
sJevei
L eon M. S tockton, R efflior^
mTLS”
T T ^NEA T 2-bedroom h o m e o n 1
St.
_ PFalli.
o
B ox
ox
M adrona S tr e e t . 733.
-—C
C A S E 160W wine tir e baler.
_____
Steven F e r r a r o , S ta r R oute, B
een
n c e s p re ferred . 733-4110._______
“IM
324-5280
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a c rnc?B
e — e a st locaUon — p r ic e d fTfHf cR E E bedroom s, liv in g room,- rcar]0 2
18. W ln n e m u c ca. Nevada._________ .
F i r s t S e c u rity B a n k
C a ll
, e n g lnCoA drive.
^ F r e d Thlem e_____________7^3838
• carSE
600
combine.
w
i
n
V
i
e
w
38'‘“
kenm
M e e i e c t r i c range.
rig h t — low down p ay m e n t, bDaia lpg
£5!!!?_________________
d ra p e s. fuU basem ent, oil
i
--------- CHESTNUT m a r e . 3 y ears old. W ell
i’i
RUPERT
------Bf e a n s , grain, «eed wllh bell
^ ^ 92
Coppertone color, e x c e lle n t condl*
.- A n c e on contract. Gem S ta te R e a lbroke.
broke, G o o d w ith children. U sed
h ea r, g ir a g e . 1137 S unrise, vacant
)k- _____
_________________________
an
,71;*
Hon. reasonable. Call 328-483J, PI633 Blue Lakes North. 733-5336,
“ 36,
l a s t oL A U gust. $115. Inquire, 733“ d a u g e r un io ad e r. Belt pickf bf *. o ri" v .‘ -” le r o r 438*4255. P a u l.- ■
m). E xcellent.
cA
733-D0< or 733-4540,
733-9069
C ASSEE 1050 U ' iw olher and t r a iiiJF
l e r .: . , W E S L A U G H T E R
E
_
004‘
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_—
-F R E E M A N tw in tie baler, en*
A
, m a tlc -4 \a y - stack e r. 3 bb aa le
120 ACRES p tfstu r# on Snalw
■A'
Au
u to
(] n F a r m
le
O
S l a u g h t e r i nn gg
oONE
iiE TPiinto s tu d . 5100. 2 m a re , ■TTji:
TVHhRrEfEf choice building lo ts, d e e p ^
w ith USED re frig erato r c le a r a n c e . Rel m I. ■
g in e drive.
w
R iv e r In H a g e rm a n . Only 5«,*
g iLer,
p r will FHA. will sell 1 o r a ll.
w ld
i d e , gross load 144 b ales. M u s t
iiA i
condlUoned and g u a r a n te e d refrlg*
sew
• BEEF
pinlo
Pinto c o lls a t s id e . Phone 324-4101.
1
.
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fo
u
r
bedroom
s,
full
basem
ent,
s
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^
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No.
10
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e to S tuart Junior H ig h . GjOOQ
IQ
s e e t o believe. 423-5729. H a n a e nL___
.
C lose
ood
• LAM B
Jerorr
k e r fu rn aco , g a ra g e . 585 month
Jerom o b e f o re 7;3|1 ft.m. o r a f t e r
Wilson
nonth
h ig h
density b a le rs . BIG
t t t tt
/e ry
du p lex location. Box 1168 Tr w in
L I K E n ew : hay pllcr and l o a dd e r .
• VEAL
7 p.m
rrei
e n t. Sell. 59500. 733*1887.
____
DISCOUNTI
160 ACRES. N ew h o m t. Very
S ? ’
2O w n e r moving. M ust s i ll . C
portable siereo, d eta ch ab le
C all
a ll
N o r th M a in L o c k e rs
- O
go
o
dD--A PPA LO O SA S: m ares a n d RCA
- ^ O H N D E E R E 95 com bine. 12'.
■
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good U nd. O w ner tn x lo u i lo
— •= SOUTH P a rk , T b e d ro o m home plus
lllj _ !825-5621
Eden.____________________
p
tiid
i
*P«aker9. wlUi stand. A lso Silver'
IN F
F IL
IL E R ; 3 acre! with a n ic e .f2
„ aU re n ta l house. Needs clean*
clean-—I
I H C m odel 20, 12* s w a th e r with
?£
le ll.
IN
____
For
f a s t s e r v ic e call 733-4983
colts,.
sm
982
c o lti,_ fillle S f -se ld ln g i and stu
d s.
^ood^
*0"® P
portable. Phone 837-4778, H»bedroom
hom e and numeroot fr u it'
bedro<
conditioner.
R easonably p r ic e d . L. B. Wood*
If"®
a t
E v e n in g s 733-7188
Reaso
in g , la rg e lot, p ric e d rightt for
for
«
F
a
r
m
S
u
p
p
l
i
e
r
9
1
Eded
tre
bury,' G o o d in g . 934*5035.
;
4000 ACRES. P r i v a t e , deeded
f e eess ,. »/« mile north o f F a i r caall. 733-6r.l» o r 733-1633.
-—2
2 J O H N D EER E 95 comblncJ.
^
\
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bu>y,«
■ass.
g ro u n d s. 326-4640. Flier._________ _
—
T
FO
R
S
A L ^: Stove St~ re frig erato r!
ra n g e land, v e ry good g ra
si.
[HC,
60
HEAD
of
H
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s
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p
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g
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r
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n
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R
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D
q
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a
r
te
r
horse.
3;r:-r: TW O bedroom hom e. Oil furnace,
_J
,1,
M O W E R P A R T S -John D e e re . IH C , 5 0 ;
S
- C, A S E 1.000 com bine 12’ late
n o ij.
ond 0 -E. .w a s h e r, (good
Shoshone b atin .
1 ACRI
A C R E outside city lim its w ith
ycaf*old
m a r e , excellent dlsposlitn 2
avoU able Im m ed iate ly . 545 " por
ers,
yca^-(
F o r d . 7 (oot hay knife, *8.29. A ll
e ri w eighing f r o m 1,000 to 1,350
dflbo
m o d el. Top condition.
te rr
»hape).
bedroom hom«. Pull finished b^9*®'
asebedro<
achee
tion!
tioni G r e e n b ro k e . 733-8535 aa ff te
»hape> 733-6839. ’
m o n tb . T h e L and O ffice of Idsno.
p a n s on hand. D ealer p r i c e a ff oo rr ' 'IIbi,
b i Lots of ABS h e ife rs an d C ach
'
m en t. 51000. will handle. H a r oOld
l d 'ss
73.
733.0716.
6:00 p.m
.__________________________ COMPLI
D
isValley
b re e d in g . W ill fre sh e n I fro m
t
COM PLETE furnoce a n d Iro n Fire*
r
e
s
t
o
f
season.
Form
&
C
ity
Dis*
Val
BARNES R EA LTY
K
c
A gency.
733-5532 or 733-7487.
_
to 6 w e o k a . F o r s a le o°j;r NOW
wnw T
■ A K IN G
m an stoker. Good co n d itio n . Phoije
t r l b u t ln g , 633 Main E a s l.----------------------\ » week
'
horses to b re a k .
1037 Blue L ak e i B lvd. N. 733-8227
----------------s---------------------------------------tra
-----trade.
C an
fin a n c e .
E uug
g en
733-0138.
_
55?I
100x120* COUNTRY lots. F a lls Av<r.
A ve- TW
TWCO ^ e d r o o m ^ w ith S p ark s heater,
en ee unrso
H orseshoeing a n d trim m ing. D en- . ^^^-013
E a r l B a rn e i
423-5G5D
* n uc E a s t. Real E state S e rvv ic
ic ee .
g««a r a g e . 543. P hone 733-5975, In9 22 _ SHunhes,
324-2415, J e ro m e .________
p in e . R o u te 1. F iler. 326-4631.
H
e
a
v
y
E
q
u
ip
m
a
n
t
9
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ver
F
GOOD
tused late model p u s h button
4631.
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wm >
733-J9I0
733-1416.
____________________ ‘ ^ q u ire 243 6th A venue E ast.
— , DAIRV COW S a n d h e lte rs , fresh o r WANTED
m .^ T P
h o rs e s h o e in g . 281 W e st
J36"
J " ^G .E . electric r a n g e . $55. 7^^
Heen
3-BEDROOM
hom
e.
A
ddison
Avenue
T
W
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3-BE
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will ^ u y or t r a d e fo r a ll kJP«H.
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R eceiver, M agnavox 21" good
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307.
______________'7'N .E . of City. 3200 E ast. 733-3307.
condition. 442 Locust. 733-3876.
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543-5825.______________
56
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B u s i n e s s P r o p e r ty
F
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geltHngs. L . H n le y . 733-(^35.
f uum
____
0473; E d n a 'I rlk h . 733-,08B2,
D EPEN D A B LE
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FOR
C hentcr Sherr«t>
733-5260
S IT O M green chopplrfg v rtth p ro - FO
pFAMOUS
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AU k in d s . H olstelns, w
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E
C om m ercial P rm )erty
TW
TWC
O bedrotyn house on I acre';,'^
21
s o r v a t l v e added. P hone 326-4703.
cal
DARWICK C A R P E T S
R E A L E S T A T E S E R V IC
<
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gen*
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ppaas tu re . Phono 733-1928.
F ile r.
fnc a n d b la c k , 324-4162 o r 324* with t
0 ''®^ g^50 colors and p a tt e r n s - tlo wl
with k id s . $100. 825-5987, E d e n .
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latk m . Lower o v e rh e a d m eans
helt* C
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ETiHT
lm -voiyl
G A M B L E ^ B U H L .- X P A H O .__________
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3529.
S N A! K E R IV E R A U C T I O N
' WAN
WANTED to b u y : H olstein s p rin
g e r ming. P h o n e 733-7006 o r 733-3529.
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a n d c a n u s e h eife rs 3 and R
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____
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Sale
Sole Evory S aturday 11 a.m .
T
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W e R e p a ir A ll M a k e s I
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m onths b re d . E u g en e H uigfiffl.
g h rs.
sale. P h o n o 423-5238, Hansen.
CALL 733*7754
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FFOORR LE
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r a te en tra n c e . Close-ln, 137 4th
DO YOU HAVE a fo r m o r ranch
L A S E : 60x75’ c ln d o r blo
L o a d lots. Phone M erlin A s ki,n,v'
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324-2415,
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A^
you would like to tr a d e lor
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Y
536-251 J. Wendell.__________________ _£21
liv o s f o c k A c c e s s o r i e s
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Seo
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with l)ln fe d s t o k e r DOUI
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M O L Y N E U X M A C H IN E R Y
b u s ln e ii In M agic V alley? Sco
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bbooiler.
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o r call Ui.
ford b u lls. S im o n B ak er, PPhone
h o n e HORSE t r a i l e r , now U niversal.
m on th ly and w eek ly rates, 130
139
Y(o u r A l l l s - C h a l m e r s D e a leTr
Y
w
F ee e d Grlndlnit. W «lter L a r s•inn'
on,
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W est. 733'«24.______________Sh____
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862-3820, O akley.
horso s l ie . o u lc k lv convertible to
S hoshono N orth.
______________________________
KU
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K im b e rly , 423-5604.
G E N E L A R S E N S A L E S CO.
SPO T C A SH
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Btock
o r c a r g o . H ydraulic b raIke',”
k e s.
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m n S A L E : 3 Jo h n D e e re 3010 gas
gas f i r s t cutting hoy by bal® o nly.
j.2203,
g-pty
tire s . P h o n e 436-3346. R upert.
p e rt.
F
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For
^
m e n t properties with a b o v e '^ ovHolitein h o lfe rs . P h o n e 836-2203,
g-pty >
Chuck P e tte rs o n 733-3C38
en . S ingle o r do u b le. Phone 733- * t(fa
beet
C lo s e In. Phone 733-4810.___________
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WcndelL___________________________
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f o r SA L E : C lose u p s p rin g e r cow s p.
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------- ROOM S dow ntow n — dav, week,
week.
bei
b e a te r. John D eere 45 Hl-Lo lelfself.
M l!
U lla n ’s. Jerome. Phono 324-2677.
■“ M L S"
e a r old
h en a f o r laying o r r o a s t127 2n
2nd Avenua W est
733*1421
^
ond h elfo rs. M ik e N eal. B uhl,1, IdaIda- 'y
VEAR
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m o n th . C am era C e n te r Hotel,I, 205
ppr(
ro p e lle d combine. 3 trucks.'• 'I f o r ” SA LE; 30 tons baled M ro
F o r FARM S I f f BARNES
V aa cc aa ff Jf o n P r o p o r f y
w.
ho 543*4768.____________
Ing. 2 m ile s w e s t of Je ro m e . A p- FABRICS
b,a p p 'i r
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ho,
;S
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58
JJJ
for back to s c h o o l leff*
Shoshone
S treet South.__________
____
pickup
plc
plus com plete line of xTra
mapP ^h ,o n e 934-8267. Gooding.
pleton r o a d . L . A . O verm an. 324~
BARNES REA LTY
J!
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Sewing
noilons,
s
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w
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b
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loan
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ON
NEI room for re n l fo r college. itu
en
ous b re e d s . E m a n u e l N elsen. 324chines
c h in e s new and u s e d . A lso k *;'
1037 Blue L a k e i B lv d . N. 733-8227
good
condition. P ric e 53.VOOO. See
See f 6 ^ s a le ; corn illoage. P h o n e K cn
Iosed
d en t. 1598 F ile r A venue Eost.
got
7rXn
co m p le te d cabin, 18’ by 24’ c lo
sed
de
fwin
A l l r e d , 324-4270. Je ro m e .
4431 o r 324*2333.___________________
S
vice. Scissors
sh a rp e n e d . S klo n er'i
E a rl D arnel
423-5G59
____
4480
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c
a
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Ernie
SUtl.
4
Vi
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of
Twin
jo
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“
Sewing Shoppe. S av e-O a Shopping
Bill Hm_________________ 733-lOJfl
flO
F alls o n Falls A venue E ast. Pbone
lone 190
JOO .A C R E S straw fo r s a le . P hlo
o nn ee g o o d H olstein c o w . Sound. V accin*
foun.
60
In a n d roof on). Included fo
u n . B uuSs l n e s t - O f f i c e R e n f a f s
C enter.____________________
atei
733-5981.
,
03S
055-4307. Hollister._________________
___ _
ated. J u s t fre s h w ith 4lh calf. R eed
________ ___________________________
733
d a tio n . Crow Is building 1 m ile -----C . H a r l e y W i l l i a m s‘
JU S T received direct f r o m factory,'
5 ^E P E N D A B L E Caso machlnpry,"^ re. W
Hulet,
W endell. 536-2653.
.
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N T E D to buy: Straw In t h e BBuhl
uhl
Hui
W est o f Smiley Creek S to re now ., ID
IDEE,A L offlco location fo r Insurance, D
WA
anolherT hhai
a t ’s
w hat
y o u ’ll s a y
anothe s h ip m e n t--o f-c a rp e t_ -ro ll_______
T h a t’s rlg h tl S ee H a rle y about
TTootal
re
i.gv
3out
ta l cost of cabin, la b o r oon
nd
r ea l e s ta te , accounU ng, etc. L'Her*
v i c i n i t y . M3-5682. B uhl.
n HHfeAD I'st d i i r H o U l e l n s for sale:
____ j14
T
S ’
Ilable
service a t R eed T ractor Co
Co..
ends, nylons, A crilans, P o ly e ste rs,
buying or selling y o u r /aa rm
mmaoterJaJs
te r
Isson F u rn itu re o u tle t on North
52900. S id
Hf^eln.
einIsJ
Phono
K e n . A llr e d , 324-4270, Jer*
:^orih
A venue SouUa, T wy iJ n W A
ANN T E D ; Mixed g ra in and b a rrle
le y .
Phi
w hen y o u u s e a W an t A d
f i off regular selling p r ic e . Ban*
p ro p e rty . Call H a m le tt R eally,
shohn
BBl
lue L akes. P hone 733-6095. J -__
pJ] s.
shohn. Box 97, H ailey. P hhoo n e
ome.
$ 2 .0 0 p e r CWT. P hone 733-0928.I.
om(
FaU
$2.(
n e r Furniture. 733-1421.
7 3 3 ^ 0 7 9 ^ E v e n in g s . 733-0320.____
__ 788-431
>•
788-4318.___________________________
_____ ^O F F IC E space 150 S q. ft. to 1,000
_
P H O N E 733-0931 '
.
55^
MOVING??? P rotect y o u r valuables,
pplng n M
,/K
S q. it. N orlh B lue L a k e s Shopping
487 ACRES, all p a s tu re , Sliver
o tthn ee rr R e a l E i l a l e
6o U
0
g e n te r locations. R em odel toI suit
____________________ ^________
____
____
F u rn ltu
lt ro pads and h a n d trucki
C
suft
C reek run* th ro u g h . F a i r home,
U
jlQ
fo r ^ re n t. B anner F u r n i tu r e , 733*
“wTTi
te n a n t. Gem S tote R ealty.
CHOICE Im proved 80 . . . ;M.OOO
P efs a n d P o t S u p p l i e s
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20 xx 3366 ~ BUILDINO lor ,a l e . WIU
Illes
F*'UJU R N IS H E D office s p a c e for rent
>c
m
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v
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lo
locniion
within
15
m
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s
.
FELDTM AN REALTORS
HIDE-A-BED, N ^ l y r e - u p R o llte r i^
^ _ » 2 5 ^ 2 m _____________________■J l w llh p a rk in s on N o rth Blue Lakes.
~
H A N -S U
_
rebuUt. Closeout. $129.00. Ron's
------P h o n e G ordon C ro ck c lt. 733-5580.
875 F ile r Ave.___________ 733-19^8
MAGIC V A L L E Y KEN N ELS
S s to '
a.
A V -A . •
BOARDING. A n y size. Dogs—
80 ACRES, all good h ea v y loam R e a l E s t a t e W a n t e d
,’ 66 22 Ppaar,m s f o r R e n t
jL
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soil. Fields lay ex c ep tio n ally/ well _______________
SMALL clectric iiove. S m aU reMg*
ed ru
bMALL
rutn s.
w ith no rock blow oui. Full w nter W A N lT E D directly fro m o w n e r, F O R R E N T ;”0^ne o7” tiie better 160
o
ra
to
r.
2-bedroom s e t s . Mlscella*
G R O O M IN G — All B reeds
so u th sld e farm . Twin w u le r , 160
rig h ls with one h e a d g a te E asy
souths
a c re fa rm s n e a r Gooding. Newncous
Aveoui
sSTUD
t u d S E R V IC E and P U P P IE S
neous Hems. SOI 3 r d
rom
jp,o d ern 3 bedroom home. Write
SK k
U S E t h i s h a n d y D I R EaaOO RR Y
Y A
AS A G U I D E T O
a c c e ss fo Twin F a lls an d Jero
m ee..
a c re s moro o r less. R eply B o x 0-8.
m
512
North.
Soulh
B
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L
a
k
e
s
Blvd.
733-0512
North.
South
b
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Tlm
es-N
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s.______________________
qc
3-bedroom hom e, g aru g e.
T im es
____
Box P-7. Tlm>;s-News.___________
.
SIMMOf^s double b ed , s p rin g , a n i
POODLE
p arlor.
E x p erien ce d SIMMO^
and co rrals; all f i r s t cla ss shape, u
an
h
e. p
oN
ne t o d a y
I POODLI
F A S T , RELIABLE S E R V IC: E
Ph
HO
W/ A
N tTED
to renl: 40 a c re s , im p ro v - 180 A CRES, good h o u se, etc. Tenant
M
'ro
groom
om
m a ttre s s . Chest of d r a w e r s , Keit*
P rice 541.000; 19000 down, wUh
with
?d
,
groom ing. Q u a lity breeding fr
ed foi
fo r iflgg on share cro p b a s is .
m u s l have a d e q u a te help and
Ml
-ouls
m o re electric
sew ing m a c h in e . 326>
less for all ca sh . D ry d en Agency.
w iii
the
u is
«
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faim o u s D a rro te 's Wee M a rq
lency.
ju p^y p ^ ri cash by m oontn.
n th ,
gf,
FR E E ESTIM ATES.
equipm
ent. 2 south Vi west. Duhl.
fll
4302, F
_
po o d le. P ro d u c in g silv e r s•Wnk in i ile r.
J e ro m e . 324-5232. E d P e ttit, sales- ., w
it e Box 0-18. T lm es-N ew s. _____
t
toy pc
Wrrite
Cecil Calhoun. .■»43-4875.__________
I
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\ h ite s , ap ric o ts, o r s ilv
Iv e r. WANTE:
W ANTED: Used fu r n itu r e , appliin*
_ m an , 32<-.B3<.-------------------------------W
A
N
TE
-------- W A N TED : Ground for w h e a t,.m ilx
ix eed
d SOUTH
cqu
side. Good 160 acres. Must
V
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Show q u a lity . C herl MUler K
Kene
n
ces,
ai
antiques,
baby
t
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in
g s . Hayes
g ra in , peas, hay. S h a re
c ro p .
t-nv e finanoc re fre n c e . Write Box
4 GOOD 160 ac re com b in atio n d airy
ho
w
1- im b e rly 423-5104 — 423*5136.
sels, K
r nitu
lt re . 73^-4010. ______________
5136.
F u rn
an d row crop fa rm s . O ne Includes
d u d es
P
Phone
h o n e 423-5136 or 423-5104, >lan“ Tim es-N ew s.________________
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Pp-8,
MAC'S K E N N E L S . AKC re g is te
e rree d CLOSE*(
CLOSE-OUT on F o rm ic a a t 40c per
40 cows and m ilk in g equipm
m cent.
n t.
sen.
__________________________ —-rr
Gfe?
reatt D a n e s , S am oyeds, N orw
I
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w egfoot. Bl*Low
B uilding S u p p ly , ?3J*
P rlco d from J4S,000 to 565,000. -----------L ig h t I n d u s tr ia l E q u ip m e n t 89
lan E lk h o u n d s , Poodles, C ollies
5162.
)lllc5
T a k e y o u r p ic k .
Also ca
itle A p oa r t m
r e n t s — F urnU T iG d
c’a itie
7 0 ll! ? !
nnd p u r e b r e d G erm an S h ep h erd
j r d ss.. ------------....................................
ra n ch es all sizes. W endell R:cnlty,
ealty, ------------------—
e iy?.
U S E D IN D U S T R IA L
• Puppies a t a l l tlm e i. 388 4th Ave* M
M iitlr e
A LL apartm eni for you n g tlad
W endell, Id a h o , S3&-2274 o r eve- SM ALL
124
nuc E a s t , W endell. 536-2317.
m u ui ii tl oc a l I n i l r u M B n t s
535. Also
sleeping room , by w eek
nlngs M6-2438, 536-2948 o r 63G636A
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r
t
i
s
e
r
In
T
h
i
s
s
a
m
o
y
or
m
onth.
415
2nd
A
venue
N
o
rih
.
2648^.______________________________
me
SAMOYED p u p p ie s , AKC re g is te re d .
^
IH C Model AC 220 tru c k traclor
N
E
W
A
N
D
U
S
E
D
H iles
ii ^ - ZP!hl £o nEe 733-5822.
IH
i1 ninli
D i r e c t o r y I s N o t Aknnssww eerroo cd , D i a l 7 3 3 - 2 3 8 6 .
m ale, 1 fe m a le . R easonable, D or^ .
125-ACRE fa rm lo c a te d 4 Im
— 777
w ith 220 C um m ins engine, 5 snd
ortl\y F le m in g . Phone 530*2117,
B A N D IN S T R U M E N T S
2117,
A LL bachelor apurim ent, a l l ulll33 ,tran sm issio n , sin g le drive with
,o;iny
n o rth w e st of B u rle y , Idaho.I. 105 SM ALL
_
T e l e p h o n e A n a w o r i nI g S e r v i c e , D a y o r N i g h t .
Wendell.____________________________
R e n t Ibefore you b u y . S h o p early
U
n th .
_____
a c rc s u nder A & B irrig a tio n1 Disinics
c s furnished. {■IS. p e r m oonth.
N ew ay trailin g ax le . 10:00x22
T h e A d v e r t i s e r W i l l B e N oott i f i e d t o C a l l Y o u .
llth .
C leant
le an e st opurtmcDl In to w n . P hhone
one
. 1.
n een
n t.
w hile seloctlons a r e com plete,
tric t. 1500 fe et n e w cem en t dditch.
m jf, m odel ................ J3950
TROPICAL
F IS H and eq u ip m
t,
whllo
1 ROPK
,950
733-5216
-j-pg IHC c ra w lc r w ith d o i ee rr
.
I.I— —.
I
.1
I
Aquar
M ason
asoner Music C e n te r, 211 Mala
18 ac re s alfa lfa, b a la n c e row crop.
733-521 afte r 5 p.m.
A nuarlum s re p a ire d . Fish b o u g h t.
____ TDO
soW u n d e x c h an g e d . Seo o t; 559
Ave. Enst.
sow
2 -b e d ro o m
hom e,
oulbulldlng.i.
nice.
..................................................... }i2r.00
ir.oo
dings. O N E bo
bodrnom apartm ent. V e ry niceP ric c ; 548.0DO. M ac k C rouch Healjy
u
•acMain A v c n u o VVesi.
Jy fu
fuini.shcd.
p rlvaif e n iriin c e . t:ar.
JC
JO H N D E E R E M ndel 1010 inic_____ CLOSE-*
C LO SEO U T of all 1967 “m odels ' ^
to r, Durley, Idnho. P hono G78-87DO.
J.87DO.
p n n , w a te r nntl sa n ita tio n ppald
aid .
toir lo ad e r back hoe ......... S.'iriO
to
I'iooO
jo ^
Z enith and Curifs M a th is , colored
F R E E :” BTuck a n d while mule cockZenith
ic e o f f e r s y o u c a n
,,
(Icr
L i s t e d h e r e In e o siyy--ttoo--ffi inncd a l p h a b e t i c a l o r d e r o r e s e r vv lc
73.1-7-lC-l._________________________
C/
CASE
Vj y a rd w heel loiwicr
C;ood
TV sol
sots a t big sd v ln g s a n d pay no
cr a n d bvjagle. Long hnlr. G
ood
CASTLEFO RD n r e a . 79 a c r e s .
uiih
tiii
wllh c h ild re n . W ill retrieve. P hhono
ono
m oney unlll F e b ru a ry . C a l m , 733*
u s e e v e r y d a y . C oi nn t a c t o n e o f t h e s o f i r m s o r Iinn dd i v i d u a l s f o r b e t t e r s e r - ' a w K |
\\\ r t o r ..................................... SI750
P ric e d to sell a t 1-arm and Hom e V E R Y inice RrDunil floor a p a r t m e n i .
(i• ''T
Model D-1 C raw le r traclor
7111.
■Hl-4873. D u h l . _____________________7111.
■m-48:
is h '
ap prnlsnl. H aving m o d ern hom e, 3 3roroom
o r s nnd butli. uilllties fu rnnishS
v i c e a n d f i r s t q u a l iity
t y p r oo dd iu c t s .
u stln
dfizcr .............................. iiJSM
ed, II «r 2 older inluli.9, 148 A ustin
BUESCHHR tenor s a x , M & E 400,
am plo outbuildings, full w au t ee rr
ed.
GEfeMAN
S fiep h crif fem ale nnd p u p - BUESC7
Gl-RIUA
nilCASE
ROO C raw le r w ith hydrantJ-/
$175. Normondy
14 c l a r in e t, IBS.
pics. A K C teB lsle red . Phonft 6788781
rIglU. A re al p ro d u c e r. WesiI End AAwwn nuu e .___________________________
000
A ir C o n d i t i o n i n g
|I _____ L a w n M o w e r S e r v i c e ____
lc an g le dozer ...................... J5000
____
S e w in g M a c h in e s
gj“
lage,
8r^4,- ‘ O v e rlo o k T railer V illage,
R eal jgood condUlon. 733-0038, 292
R ealty, 1012 W e st M ain. Phone
OR 33 room s, baili; show er, p riv a te
Phone 22 OR
(uf. S
S hh aa rr pi e n in g
repalrlna. M o to rs rc- Bernina S ew lne C enter. 578 Bluo
Buren.
Blue
Burley.
Van B
543-4409, B uhl. K en P a tteerson,
rs o n , c en ntru
Air condiilonlng. hcu tin g und~f”urtrar n c e . Good qunllty. W ell m ulnBurl'oj
serp
a
i
r
e
d
.
Pow
er
rokcs
to
r
r
u
n
t
.
F
ro
e
B roker.___________________________
(alned
n a c e cleaning. F o r Ibo beit serpal
_____
ta in e d . Location. Adults o n ly . 227
lalies B lvd., 733.8757, Ono B er- b e a
/IOLJ
n n d R E Y N O L D S tro m b o n e . UsetT'i
g l e s ' - R e g ls ie re d -“ P e t nn“d
my,
Iho
vice call E k F u rn a c e Company,
pp ii cc k u p . Interm ountaln F u e l . 733te d ,. 71h
7th AAvenue North. •______________
jji O verland Ave., B urley, Idaho
ninn O p c n s rm . fully au to mnaU
atic,
show • S tu d S erv ice - H eard •> 100
y e a rs ,,
., Very good co n d itio n . 2
c,
Show
"M L S " 360 A C R E S, 160 Irrigjaated
____
111
v'c
}2[|9
733-3287._____________________ ___
^66
^ 22 1 .
outhplcces and c a s e . P h o n e M3*
----JJM.95.
Grand
G randview D r iv e ,
m outhj
b alance d ry p a s tu re . 29 head ra n g e U PST A IIR S apartm ent fo r b a c h eelo
lo r,
r.
P hone 678-5585
733
_
.
rig h ls . Nice 3 b ed ro o m a ll m odern
All
live
lern
a U ututlltles except lights. R e aisonsonBo'B ob H ouston. S ales RepresentallVQ
L ig h t F ix tu r e s
-------- GERMAN
P o in t e r "puppies. Ss ttaa rr tt - J 6267._guhl.
M iJ
-----------;-----------------------GEHMA
hom e. 532,000 w ith te rm s o r w ill ^ abbiele j re n t. 3J2 4fh A venue E n ist.
s t.
_________ P hone 733-1490_________
____
A lu m in u m S e rv ic e
ent r e n ta l s . N ew and
—
S p ra y in g
hunim
hunting th is fa ll. M ales an d fe* BAND instrum
ii
___ C o m p le te Hock of light f U l i i r e ,.
tra d e for m otel o r t r a ile r court.
used. Conn, S elm er, B u n d y and
_____
m ales. P h o n e 733*3462.____________
S i f i ' TWO
aparlm ent. All u tilitie s
Z
ling
C
h o o s o your, a t o u r r c d uice
ced
L e i us show you th is one loday.
9
0
F
or
T
h
e
DMl
In
A
lum
inum
Siding
Ch<
9 0 For
furnished. 329 6ih A venuo N oorih*.
r lh . FF aarnm I m p l e m e n t s
733- WEED a n d I n s e c t co n tro l. S p ray goLDEI
GOLDEN L a b r a d o r for sale. 1 yy ee aa rr _ ArUey.
ArUey. W arner M usic C om pany.
Lynwood R ealty , 733-9211.
J.:__
ond
Insulation P h o n o Uoyd rf ..
pn rrllic c i . BILow Bulldin* S u p p ly , 733- WEE
—
■
. .1
...............
anc
old $15.
$
J------P h o n e 733-2940.___________________ ____
5098, CONN wood
clnrfnct, l l k i T n e w , ^ ^
and old,
C a r l M lchals. 034*5098,
w
_ . _ W ------------------------------xnow
; f o r DM.a n d eLlio. n s,F oEu tsa rw laC sustom
K
elley 733-0066.
Kel
70 ACRES, v e r f ^ m t e 3 bedroom —,,r
l
—
Aphids.
Ooodlt
o r sax . Conn C o n ste lla tio n , excet>
Gooding.__________________
TWO. vbedroom
olr conditioned cle n n
cj
hom e. Good out bu lld ln o a , on high- ■
‘ ’I'iK n®
S U G A R B E E T F A R M E R«S
----------------------------------------Spraying.
733-5037.________________
M i lk i n g E q u i p m e n f
Spn
le
nLt £ condition.
733-5191 a f t e r 0.
I
w
ith
^lorne.
Adults
o
nly.
P
h
o
n
e
_____
AKC
R
E
G
IS
T
E
R
E
D
N
orw
egian
E
lk
j
£
5
5
w ay close to G ooding, «8,500 w ith H i, iin
B o a r d in g & T ro in in g
gB jujlk
j - m ilk tank and p ipeline s e r v ic e
____
A T T E N T I O N F 'A C TO R Y;
,
hound p u p p l e i . 5 monUis old. GJood
ood NEW Yom
Yc aha pianos; u s e d planoT;
, i
___________________________
58500 down. Iv e rs o n R eally,, 934stereo r e c o r d
playeri,
Tloie l e p h o n e A n s w e r S e r v iIC8
ce
hunter
hunters. M7-4454, H agerm an.
A dm iral
in
" a
— s a le ,. L n.w ell'i, J o r o m o . ^324sUan- N IC E ap
n.
■Inn.
TO F A R M E R
gOeorSQ's
jjp
4354, Gooding. C h ris ty ChrlsUanai a rtm en i at J u si-A -M e re-In
Kennclj!
Dourdlnj all
—
W arnerM usic,131 S h o s h o n e North, _____
ld e rly persons only. P h o n e 733E G IS T E R E D " H u n g a r i a n - V lzla
____ _______________________________
__-------____ R
REGIST
s e n , 934-4499. E lle n Scoaleld, 88fr'
888- EElder!
324.
—
--------—
°
C L E A R A N C E SALE
b re
n e d s . •^Tralftlng-QH-breeds. ,324'
9244.
___
trombono In ve ry good conHi*
_____Shoshone.__________________________
9. 24* pups. 5' w e d k s old. Guy M artin ., 172 CONN tr
Vour T olephono Is n e v e r atone.
____
4245. Jerom e.
_
______
r - ^ _____________________________________424
____
tion.
=
_________ O r n o m B n t a L k o D ____________
hom
_____
M
ndlson. P h o n o 733-4011.
lion. P
I edlar flute. 324*2866, Jef*
--------- JiouiLfleE.vicc^_EhDnfl_233r2afl(},_____
Mndls<
three room s, u tilitie
s .’
GOOD N orthslda 8^ A c re i ^ 15i m ln- TWO and
a
i?i(i
trem e n d o u s accepta d u lts , no pota. ground flo o r. 1530
2-WHEE
------- 2-WHEEL
do g tra ile r . Light w e ig h t.
O r n a?m e n tn l Iron, c s j t and w r o u o5HT
h t, --------------------------------------------------------u tes drive from T w in- Foils. F ull adults,
^ ®
once und dem and from our
en* en*
C a rp e n te rs
o**”
- nnew
e w KKlm
imbe
berly Road.
jjj.tlm ly new and d iffe ren t Wescon
■^702 LOW
haul 6 d o g s , rcasonabre, 733-7702
LO W REY
RE' organi . T h e S o u n T .^
w a le r rig h t — e a s y to w atur —
___
cc oo ll
lu m n i, railing,. P hone 733 -5 !6 t
c o n _______________
L___________ _______
____
__
llti
T e le v is io n R e p a ir
X
r \ 5;D0 p .m .___________________ ‘• T om or
orrow * T odayl M u s ic Box,
after
fences — good .b u ild in g s and1 corcor* 3 rROOh
■nb.
—
o o m furnished a p a r im e n t. 403
H
' “‘ifusU
er S ugnr B eet Harvester,"
pP atio
,i- s, rem odeling, n ew work, cal^
— 7 3 3 - t o . o rueiple. F r e o e s tlLynwoodt 733-0930.____________
r a ls — all In h o y a n d pasture
ire — 4th
4th A'Avenue East. 733-2040 o r 733wc w e nro d iscontinuing tho''H:
M IN IA TU R E a n 3 " ila n d a rd D^ach* . I-y»wo;
manu- Ineis, cement finishing. Free estlilll____________________________ D cT I
call for fu rth e r Inform ation.• 3243053.
3053.______________________________
fuic tu fe of o u r convcnilonul ,,^5
5817, HAGSTROM
electric b a s s w llh case, .
i„n-g
shunds. A lso s t u d service. 423-5817,
HAGSTR
_____
fu
2
1m
_„a te s . 733-8400. evenlngi.
*^27
y
e
a
rs
*
o
t'*
c
lc
c
tro
n
*
expe^r'lonco!
5138 o r 733-5336 Or 733»454g. -------- TTH
HR
R EE E
E room s upsialrs, a ll u tilitie
H ansen.
Like rnew. $173. F h o n e Donald
titless
row lan k h a r v e s te rs . 3 row lifter
_1_
ro
—
_________________ &
nof A d d lio n E a s t , 733-2853.
C apps. 733-4284.
!
'
--------CATTLE ranch. 4S8 h e a d capacity.
ppaid
flclty.
a id,, tSS month, .ISO 2nd A v ecn
n uu ee
ioi lo a d e rs. E v e ry th in g m ust bygo by
---------------------------------------------------------------------- R
HEGIST
E G IS T E R E D 8 m onths S a m o yjyeH
e d _ C®PP-L
In In
C e rc n rtic ^
227B.
E xcellent Im p ro v e m en ls Including
udlng NNorth.
o rth . Phone 73^-B40l o r 733-227B.
Se Sept, I5th, Buy now a t once
femole. S w e e t disposition an d 8gen*
cn» VOX — I t ’s w hat's h a p p e n in g l o
T re e S e rv ic e
__________________ _
__
rrr:
a L IF E T IM E SAVINGS. Allnoma- _________________
9 room hous«. M o d ern . Calving
V u p r -i*
ga u lta
ita rs and am p lifiers. M usic Box,
tie, R e a a o n n b le . 423-5415. H a n as e n .,
JTn®
E room modern b a s e m.i!m«
ent
“ u chines new and w llh full factory
llic
Than a t
shod and c o rra ls . P ric e d withi m
o- T Ha pRaErtm
Lynwood. 733-0930.
•
inJf
V alley Tllo c o n tra c to r. Ceramic tile.
e n t. A d u l t s .
B ellevU le
^'1a rra
I
-------------------------------------------------------------- 3 SIA
SIAM
M E S E k itte n s for , s o lo“—
. 33
w
n ty . T erras a n d flnonclng
Val
e
chlnery, 5235.000. S c h m itt ond Mufuo:
M
^
Q u a rry , m arble,
and Terazzo.
IV A R Y C A R T E R PAINTS
>^partn>enls.
Phone
733-1057.
iien
.
flute wllh c a s e . G ood con,
m
onths
o
ld
.
P
la
y
fu
l,
H
o
u
se
b
ro
k
en
BUNDY
_ fley, g34.4781. G o o d i n g ^
____
VALLEY T R E E S E R V IC E
S !" .’,'!,’
'
G
u
a
ra
n
te
e
d
w
orkm
anship.
733-0
j 27.
d
lion.
Call
733-4847.
I
f
n
o
answer
OvlnR
733.5126.S
e
o
a
t
351
M
ndlson.
.^
d
tf
o
n
.
r r r r T H R E E room s, private b a lh , g ro u n d
O n e -c o a l acrylic la te x
h o u s,«e
Trlmn
Trimming:,
T o p p in B a n d ■Rem oving
173 ACRES Wllh u x c e lle n t Improver o i ";733.5301;
—
^
* STOCK
7 3 3 ^ jl F r e e efltlm atca . In su red
STOCK p u p p ie s for sale. C ross o^
-----------------------------------------------p a li n t 2 gallons for $8.98. R e gg-­
4 ao n l y 2 r o w W e s c o n T an kkss
m ents and p lenty of w o ter. C-hAru
heck i rflo
n o r,
r clean, close-ln, o ld e r lody.
e. DRUM iset. Ludwig s e t , e x c e l i ^
550.
J
A
u stra lia n B lu e and B order C o)iu
llie.
B O X 82, T . F . 733-3331
Austra
u l a r $7.08 per gal.
o u t this fa rm b e fo re you buy anyany^ Call cvcnlnRs. 733-3324. ------C o lo r T e l e v i s i o n
2 o n l y 3 r o w L i f t e r L o ad e rss
condiUon.
ChrOma a n d p e a r l finish,
Very Ig o o d . 543*6011, Buhl.________ , condU
i
_____________________________________
thing. Full p ric e is only 565.000.
.
—
SAVE 10,08 I 1 I I
_____
P ^ o n e 733*7334 a f te r 5 :M .
OUTSTANDING E nglish S etter ppup^
upColl C. H arfcy W illiam s, H am ie
le tt A p a r t m
n e n ts — U n fu rn is h e d 71
^
Buy y o u r color T V ^ NOW d ^ ^ B .■ S 31 M ain Ave. E .
733-3493.
Wante
13.
W
soted: T re o lo p p in g on d rem ‘OV®oval,
D e a l e r s P r o t e c t e d on Ree - N EW W
~ r.
Wiurllticr S pinet p ia n o . PhoM.
R enlty. 733-4079.___________________
clo se o u t of 10G7 m odels, nnd PAY
_
Twin F a llt
Shri
S
hrubbery trim m in g . F ro o estl- p lc s ;fo r s a l e . P hone 324-4245, J c
436-4174. Rupert. If n o a n s w e r call
^
NO
MONEY u n til February of -------rom e.
436-417^
ffe
e rra ls — A c t n o w l
no
"M L S ” 80 A C R E f a r m In Buhl a r e a
^ A IR C O N D IT IO N E D
-------------------------------------------------------m sl
-----siei. W ood'* T re o S erv lco .■ VA’’
733733*
—
■
.1
,,
■
—
o
■—
a ffte
te rr 66 :00.
19681
CAIN'S, T w in F alls.
Itio
equipped /o r d a ir y a n d suitable
le fo r
SPLEN DOR
—
P a i n t in g
________________________ _____l llvl vo es ittooe. k Wpnted,
114
o Or R s aSALE; Used B u n d y Clarlnel.
114 f F
ro w crop. L argo o rlc k hom e. V ery s S
o apacious
c lo
W ESCON,
------2 bedroom, c a r p e te!d,
d,
-------------------------------------------------------E x ccee lle
llt n t condition. P h o n e 733-M31
aood Inprovem ent. 552.000. T erm s. Hdrunet
ra p e d . aU clectric a p a r t m e nJIJt.
2
C o n c re te F o rm in g
sSttuu aair t D rotheri; lnte7lor a n ^ e x t e 2401
W a r m S p r i n g s Ave,,,
____
a f te r 4 p.m.___________ '
Ir rig a te d L ands C o.. 733-1070.•________C
BUI c a ar brpoo rt, loundry facUlUes. B eau
f il ;.
T o w in g
-TTT
r l o r , commcrclal a n d r e s id e n tfia
F O R PROM PT
M
e y e r's Concrete ConstruqtlnnTA
R alphs. 733-8023.__________________
B o is e , I d a h o
Moye
2 DRUM outfit with .c y m b a l. SpsTk_____ Vlful
tlfu l JrecrtaU on p a rk In b a cclt',
k.
;948. -------------------------------------------------------b 8n
S a n d BlasUng 733-1134 o r 733-1948.
-------ty
p
e
s
.
Flatw
ork,
form
s,
c
u
r
b
s
,
^
'R E M O V A L
llng blue, great fo r b e g in n e rs , top
lyp
Mako
ako a s m a rt move lo . . .
____
HAVE a it!al fino 80 betw een J e r M
324- Ii nn tte^r li o r and exterior p a in tin g . H o u r SlJear
SUfiar W re c k e r S crvice. Addison
-----nput
u tc h ln g . etc. F re e esilm aicj, 324- —■
condition.
Phone 733*7338.
' •«I. ^ ,
conduit
om e and Twin F a lls . N um ber 1
.
Avenue
W est. P h o n o 733-1234.
^
one
Avei
Bb Ee A
Is 'i'217
l 7 l . 733-5302. 733-7902.
'- oo rr co n tra ci. P re -e s tim a te s . P hlo
n Vldu^l
a T E R cleunup salo^W eJConn I*
a n d 2 soil. L a r g e level fl«
L LYNW OOD M A N O R
-J ii
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s e d clarinet
cl
with c a s e . $50. ^
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733-7648.
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No rocks. 3 b ed ro o m hom e. 545'*
1 T w in F a lls A d d r e s s
830 E lm Norlh. P h o n e 733*8240,
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800. Oood te rm s . L & N R eol
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FO R sale: B F la t C la r in e t, ooo^
s5i«
la sh e d to sell. Ali m uchlnei new
new
tloi footing, re sid e n tia l or jo m O f D is tin c tio n
E s ta te Co.. J e r o m e . 324-4800.
P fc fu ra F r a m i n g
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m
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condition.
Phone 733*8940.
559
wwl
ith full fa cto ry w arranty. Rubm e rc la l. Merlin D eahl, 733-3139.
all M n . Walt T hom o,. 733-366I1
—- 7 Kirby V a c u u m s — Tho only fa cto ry
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BY OW NER: 80 a c r e farm . E x- { C
'‘illJV
ena
h e r flaUs o r knives for spudi. 84". ____________
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a ragrig e s t o ^ of m olding, m a t b o a r d
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Sales
ce lle n t location b e tw e e n Twin ond
128“ and 144" w idths. Scalpcrs
a n d a r t supplies M ag ic V a lle y
-nd s e rv ic e in M a g ic VaUey. Uslns
dUion. Phone 733*440g. '
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ID A H O H ID E
and
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J e ro m e , Nice h o m e , shop, V
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)
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ovallablc. D ealers protected onf ' re__
C h rls U a n Supply, 733*3677.
JSJ,
genuine
K irb y p a r ts . W e r e p a ir ail
GOOD
b a rn , co rrals, p o ta to cellar, sUlage
d a g e CCLEA
LEAN
N 4 rooms, nrlvatu e n tr a m
g o o d ^ violin fo r”i a le , 3 y e a rs old.
n cce,
e,
r lf .. W e s c o n .
ffe
e rra
2401 Wttrm
'“rm p a ls e p late r“epalrs. 33 years exncrr*
eri* --------—
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vaci
-----vacuum s. V a c u u m C le an c rs o f Ida___ T A L L O W C O .
CaU 733-1168 afte r 6 :0 0 P.m .
n il. Call 324-M03. evenings. 324h e a l.
l, w ater, sanitation fu r n is hhed.
ed,
Sspi
prings Ave.. B oise. Iduho 83701.
^Qle n c e . Ambrose L a b ., 207 2nd stree t
ho,
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d
2nd
TV
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733-C835
a rg e
R a d ia to r S e r v ic e
Jj-g,
9924 days. J e r o m e ._________l_____
KAY g u itar and ca so f o r s a le , $40.
l a r g e parking area. T w in FaU
s,
alls.
yjgjj
Q2 comblnei. One E
Eoi
o s t. phone 733-4141.
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Avenue E a s t. P h o n e 733*1027._____
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678-8411
BURLEY
'^phon'o
P hone 733-6846.____________________
iom e. 550.
WO. 42<23.5803.______________________
40 ACRES, 4 b ed ro o m m o d ern hom
____
In iern atlo n al 57 P T O baler, like ---------------------------- ------------------------OM
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M 'S radiator shop. 242 S eco n d T ry ~
F ircp Jac c,-u tH lty ,-Q ttac h ed -g ara
rE
eE
eD
d -A
- p a rtm e n ts .—S l u d f o - a p}ar(ra g o . R
a rlnei . Good s elec tio n used stvathors.
new
l
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r
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Electrolux,
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a
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dea
ler
A v e n u e South. P hone 733-6823 o r
18x65 cln derblock s h e d , barn, good
m
a
D ^y W a l l ■
AV]
men
e nt.t. Quiet rcspcclablo b u ildlin
in g ,
oil m ak e s. One u sed InternaUonal
oil
for
g
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u
in
e
E
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c
tr
o
lu
x
c
le
a
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e
n
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r e s id e n c e 733-7807.
c o rra ls , full w a te r p lus y ea r round.
■ound. EExcell'
x ce lle n t location. A'dulta only.
is i S .P . com bine. Uke new. Twin a — ■
3nly.
151
I
nnd su n p lle s.
733-B618. 80Q Bluo r ......... .......
oE R ---------------------------------------------------------s tre a m . 530.000. F a r m e r s R eealty
l BBeck. 733-0531.________________
a lty ., cCa lall
FFaalls T ro c lo r and Im plem ent. 73jlak e s I3 o m ev a rd .
Ves
„
,
L“ki
543-4050. Buhl._____________________
L E ^ spacious 5 room s, s to v e re- —- C
CLEAN
86i
__
R e n ta ls
-----S te w a rt.' 733-C5J5.
200 HEAD cow r a n c h 'I n Little Wood
w ood frlg
frlge erara to r, all utllllles fu r n is h e d . 1956
,n«y,90 S PE C IA L M a sse y Harris, 12’
W a te r S o fte n in g ^
---------------------------------------------R iv e r Valley. O ne of th e best. [andy
L ess excellc
ex c ellen t location. P h o n e 733-0920.
com bine w llh rebuU t engine, in*
th a n MOO p e r . cow unit. H andy
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chairs,
tables, an y n u m b e r, We le
si rv lc e a l l m ak e s of w a te r
>2/
eludes pickup an d clover icreen.
R eally , J e r o m e , Id a h o . 324-4330,
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n
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none — ---------------- ----------------------- —
•<330. H o u s e s — F u r n l jh e d
a l l occasloni; also tra s h h a u lin
ing.
g.
.Softeners.
.Sofli
P h o n e M lro cle W
r aater
’t s ;
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73
Ee xxc e lle n t running condition. Phone
evenings, 324-5430.
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In
te; rm o tin ia ln F uel, 733-6621.
fisrv
fiirvlce, 733-1027.
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CORNER L O T
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S e p tic T an k S e r v ic e
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TR A TrrO R SALVAGE, Used trac
ho m e i. P ric e d to s e ll. M any m oro.
''•lo
“ fr ^ oiJrn r Ynur W lrlnc N eed, Coll
880.
F e n c e d y ard. 2 bedroom s p lu si 2
pxja\
arla , 25 tra c to rs , a ll m akei. M ore
' ‘■ , 1 655-i3« collcct
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Rowe-HJoti A g e n c y , Shoshone, 880r 5o itoo -H
: o o tc r” lewer s e rv ic e . S e w
R
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ode
odded
w eekly. C ush for used T rac,
.
2115._________
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l i n e s Gleaned, re p aire d , a n d in ­
' to rs . Va north. >/i w est of Albert­
r20 A C ^E S io u th fid e . Row cro n
-p .
s t«a li l e d . Also, Septic ta n k c le a nte
e dd.:
B O R RO W
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Bernle
BARNES R EA LTY ,
a n d c a ttle . G ood m o dern 3 Sbed24 h o u r service wlUj n o e x<ttra
ra
27
C ralg,
733-8293.
’
-—~
room hom e. 195,000. 510,000 dow
low n.
1037
1037 Blue
B
Lakes No.
733-8227
,
T— B a c k h o e ,. tra c to r m ounted rodlo dill*
l,.
cchhaar g e . J o h n A. H aken, 733-2541.
159-' GEM
E o ri
423-5659^
GEA:C O 2-fow ta n k type bvet h a r- “ “v
Snake R iv e r R eaU y . Buhl. $43ri B
Darnes
n n[|tc h e ili bosom ent d lg jln j, ,cora.
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P H O N E 7 3 3 -0 9 3 1
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,
ftff
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p
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tanks
cleaned,
p
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q
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a
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300
acres.
4665.____________________
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BUl HUI
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733-1016
v il
p le te >ipllc ,y .t c m . Ifoio-tlUlng. S e p t I
ilf.
mJ eJ n' t for drainage fa ilu r e s . F r e e
Rj}®
easonable. F re d Huklll, 438-5171,
Q
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S atisfac tio n o is u rc d . Olciin F air160-ACRE stock r a n c h focatedd in
In
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A s k t o r C U s s lfie d
InspecU
on. U oyd C ra v e n s . OT733F o u l. C all b efo re 7 o.m . or afte r
bhnn
a n k i & Son, 733-3oei,
•'J*l
Lincoln C ounty.
528,000, 57500 M
mO
oD
d ER
EUN 1 bedroom. N o c h i l -d—
i r n . 77 p.m
r .______________________ ■
re
down. D rydon A g e n cy , J e r o° m
nei
i iler,
on rr pots,
m ust have r e f e r e n c e s ,
m:
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S ir W
ould llko d o ie r w o r k and tiacWIII.
OONNEE No. 5 C url p o ta to harveiter.
Woult
■ 324-5232. E d P e lU t, aalosm an,' 324Pphhoonnee 733-1411.
)89,
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l“
BC.
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P
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rro
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Phono
J33-B5S3,
_
-T -T hreo Lockw ood bu lk bedi. One
— ^ 2 ROOM housti. W ater o n d s u nUlta
lohn
T w in P all.,
■___________
‘iJ*.
Jjo»
o h n D eere sp u d d ig g er. Ono John
FA R M AND RANCH loans, laa rg
r ^e.i ^ tlon^fu
tio n furnished. 676 All. P h o n e 7J3733.
c
Dp eere
po tato d e v ln e r. 324-4153> °o rr llo ck h o u work. S peclallilng In Sepilc
)Uc
• m a l l , d ev o lo p m en t, re finance.
2278 o0 r 733-8401.
2278
__________
324.2^
____ 324-205G. Laraen B rothers._________
___
ta n k s nnd dra in ffeJd Insiallollon.
Lloyd R oberson A g e n cy . 230 M ain
H A V E THE N A M E O F Y O U R B
DU
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n
F U RS N
IS H E D 40' tra ile r h o u a u . No
No i?0
j?oHH SA L E : 91 IHC self . nropulled
illed
H o k c n Sewer S crv ice . 733-2MI. ^
HaV
Avenue N orth, 733-88BS.__________ ^‘V
h irJ
ring -------------—
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^
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ch ild re n o r p e ts /P h o n e 733-1144.
jjcd
*4.
bean'B
poclal
co
m
b
in
e;
with
iprlng
"
110 ACRES 2 .m ile s fro m Jerom e. 110 ...S " ^
ouse
cy
cyllin d er and g ro in cylinder. Leo*
H I^
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F u rn a c e C le a n in g
^
P U B L IS H E D I N T H
DLU S IN E S S —
Ih a re s of w a te r, N ice older h om e. 125 7lh
'v ? “STREET Et>st. 3 r o o m house
ilh.
nnaarid P ed ro w , F li e r . 326-4807.
'
O nly $40,000.. J e r o m e ReaUy aqnJijdI _ p a r tly furnished. 545 p e r m o n lh .
S E U Iho all new 34 nnd 38 J'ohn
o h n F u rnia c o cleaned . aervlced, $10; oil
^»»m‘« ncen24M 388;-------— ............. H
u ii oo ii — U n f u r n i s h e d ■
H oo u
-7 4
O UUII^E
l l i E 0O F T H E
S E R V IC E G
le m
sito>
l o v e i , $6. -U -y e a rs .-e x p e rie n c e . - .................
—
IJeero fo rag e harvcstD fi. Oem
80 ACRE form , n o rth s id e , good Im "
W o rk g uarantcoJ. 733«7234.
[nun
quipm onl .soles, EnaUnnd D rive
Woi
L ln } ' SM A LL 2 bodroutn house .o n sm
all , EKq
provem ents, good la n d , Jays good.
South.
733-7272. .
—
lo l. 249 4th Avoiiue N o rth . (4 0 . Coll
Sot
733-3288.__________________________
___ _ F O R YOUR D elav al~ r« p n (rs^ aiitl
■
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mall
a iry supplies co n ta ct! Mountain _____
IHwJS M O D ER N 2 bedroom ho m e f o r sm
all
, ddal
FA R M S AND R A N C H E S - B uying
Quth
Htiitos
'Im p lem en t, 126 2nd South,
•nltv
fa m ily , Nice yard. G a r a g e S outh
Stii
Uth, F o r sa to v e and fu rn a c o oil, calfU em
o r selling. P h o n e D laye R enlty,
kes
t3 -u S IB 3 a lD .^
7n3-fl432.
!_____________
Stal
733
___
S
la t e Oil, 733-6002. Our /uel makes
733-7004, ____________ ___
r of Kim
• berly. 42H002,_________
rac-i
w a ir m fr/endi.
u F ALM
ALM'OST now C ase 430 DleicI (rnc-,
% 1LS" 80 A C R ES.- WlU trad e7 7f7o7r f o U H troonts with, b u lh . O a s 7fuT740
to
r.
J
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s
t
170
h
o
u
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.
ZUlnu
Motor
T hh ne
nam
n c e i, ,. adults only, no pelB .
(or
F o r Blove and fu rn a c o oil, call Oem
hoino In tow n o r good p aper. T
em
Com
0
A ll Avenue. 733.0H 0.
Coi pany, W endell. Idaho. fl3Q.5111,
kes
L an d Office o f Id a h o , W3-0710,
S ta t e Oil, 733.9002. O ur fuel makes
-------------------------- ■ :------:----- i-DEDRC
^
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il-UEDRUOM home. S to k e r fu r n nKcS;
c e . CCRl OE Q U IPM E N T C o.. "lllKhway 227,
w o r m frionds,
arm
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your cholc* . . . (v try doyl
1
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south
of P a u l. J . I. Cnie farm -------53
N e a r ichooli,
ihoppiftg. C h ildJren
re n
sou
■“
fubl)»hed vmJer 1h». h s o d ln ig
jj ol ywr
R o a f E ifo fe F o r T r a d #
i
mmac
—r—n cc ep tcd . 100 Blue L n k es N o rlhh,.
a h in e ry S ales ond Servlco.
G u n R e p a ir
EXCHANOU w hftt y o u hn v e /o r w hnt
[my?
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tn
b
in
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for
sale.
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Jl (V, R ENN T -o r-lo n io -w iu i o p tio n t o , buy, C »
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D TO 2 1 , 0 0 0
-----------y o u want,- R ocky M ountnin R ealty
condltlou;
P hond (I33-4307, Hollli*
illll* J e r r yy 's Gun Shop. Completi gun*
' 711.'
2-3 bodroom home, N ew ly p a inIted.
te d ,
con
H O U SEH O LD S D A IIY I
.
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M A G IC V A L L E Y HOUSEf*
(«r
a180 II. 'Im onlh, 2D1 Vnii J l u iv n ,
im ilth ln g . R od-reel repair, Phono
<#r.
sm
... - .....
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733*5907,
in
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it
Of
hospl*
?33*
fur* G
MHiH
TL slngfq row m n U in p tio r.
TO D A Y I 7 3 3 - 0 9 3 1 ,
V i
l’lP H O N E Y O U R A \DD TODA
• c a s h ’ p lu , ta r m t o r w ell.jocnlm l a-UEDROOM homo. N ew g n a TiiT
x
ta l.
l.
________________________
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sed 3 soRsnns. 324-O^BO or ilo
Ilox
lv <^nace. W niliopdryer h o o k -u p . 309
Us<
8 - l ‘t
w iw i.H W .u tM 'W iu .tit.W i
niolol. R ocky M ountain IW.M
alty,
LL YOU LATERI
—
W E 'L L DILL
I
191,
E vv ee- —T crrni;o Drive. fa .B 4 H .
191, Jero m g , Id a h o . ___________ “
812 Mnln N o rth , 733-1406, E
IJ5 ;
_
H o u s o m o v ln g
^
ROOMS, bnlli, 3 sKives. N ic e 'Tfoo r To
10 IN
II C ira -n o In t, iwo^huUoin plow,
nlngs. 733-.7102.
____________ 3 ROOM
VRITER
^
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A T R A IN E D A D -W R
IT E R W ILL H E L P Y O U .
“ A b u l l e t i n h « i j u » t o o m «« II nn .. .. .. bb iu t ( l i o u g h b a d n i w i '
lU idenl b u p lc . MO, 733-tiOI5.
_
HW 320-4^/25.
J™
W i l l iTnTIo iM plox n o a r T o lle g e l i \
___ _ ilix
p e rle n iv il lic .n ie il hou.eiuiiylhB,
im.
all 2 2 lU
BEDROOM
fuHnci -N ew ly p n l nr la^ l ALLIS-GUALM
X tu
............. T w m I 'o lli- f o r t r n i l o r hom e. CCall
iD Il
ERB All vrui) bean
nan
P riio
rt
H llm m e i. 11. U., M ll«r,
___
• to d a y l" ,
1 e r,
_________
- 733-3114.
i1 I n i i d i ian d out. 169. P h o n o 733.DO07.
>097,
com
con bine. P h o n e 924>4228, Jerom
n ie.
e,
ppho
h o n # 733-0078.
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SA L E S, IN C.' .
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.
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fortodayl" i
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■rage Sales
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ly's Havingg IFun withh IPatio, Pore
Everybody'!
fhe Swing,
E'
Get in the
!
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0
M obile H om es
194
iA U T O S FOR SALE
1 6 5 Mo
ews M iscella
iic e llo n e o m fo r,S o la 1 4 0 A irc ra ft for S alo
14. Twin Falls Times-News
________ Aug. 2 9 -3 0 , 1967 =
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FLYING
SERVICE
C H A P M A N C E R A M IC Sf------ P i>r HiB bial deiil In Alrcratt------125 SKuit
SKult K
Kilns. Lots ot stecnwnre.^ _ For low cost Flight Instruction!
Radio an d TV S e ts
12^
^
S3695
~
Fllur
m--iiilirT~t!? A'5r 7itc;CQrarai| ==i^-« l3 Malr> , 37li-m
-floals fo r Sgia-------------- W
l * y -—^ i C K W - S r e A W P E R r — - you niime U, WC have ll us Tow W 'OWER 68,000
6G
homemulSfs-fSIVTTfe -fioa:
mso, M & Y Electric, 441 Main
Mam wrong.
wrong. They
’
use new Host to clean
“
piT
““ h CHRYSLER outboard motors.
li19G5 'Ciievrolet picitup, '/iirs.
__ _ Ihelr
ihelr carpel
c
without water und
East, open, Frldny *tll 3.______
**!:“ g^n
Star Crafl boats and camper
*,ton, big ‘6 ’, 4-speed, 30,000
?“/
icer, Wrong.
use new Hosi to clean
N1:\V $79 Svlvnnlrt record chunBcr.
Wrong. TTic'y
'
trailers. Sterling boai, trailers.
without w..oter and Pioneer
«950 Dcautl/ul tJipesirles, «,50
«,M their
their carpet,
cc
actual
miles. New Pickup
Chain saws.
3'
berly w«lk
un Used T.V.s. H12 Kimberly
w«lk on
oi Immediately. Rent maJEROME IMPLEMENT &
r.
'ith
chine $1.’
MARINA
J'camper 814’ Traveleze with
Rofld. ... ^ y
$ Wllson-Dalcs. 702 Main
7^^ Jlorth.___________________
641
__ 001
001 South Lincoln
324-4641
hiheater and M onomatic toi‘fAI’B recorders.' TVs', stereOL.opnllunccs. New and used, pimora
CANNING size pressure cooker wilh jJOHNSON
mcra CANNING
qu,
outboards and Skee Hor- letCenter and Unli of Music.____
__ accessories.
acccssoi
Slone jars to 15 guHon
,!»n --g
Dntsuns, McCulloch saws
heavy dutch oven.
' I r IIOl'l'MAN Easy Vision wllh
with size.
slic. Large
LIron sklllel.
'R
,J1‘ and outboards. Dean Motor CoenCom- 17'
1' T R A V E L TRAILER,
Large
Glass
churn.
Hand. S35. Phone 733-(284. ---- Assorted
Large large pans. Ico cream
•am
*26
2nd Avenue West. ____
jj
on'
4-doo hardtop. V8 , radio, heat1964,
very good condition,
li1967 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4-door
_
---------- ------------------------ — AssortC(
braltes, Torquefiite. This’ is
vn!
.
e r , power steering, pow er bi
^30
fn>ezer.
733-2100.____________
jg'
B
__
_16'
BASINCRAFT.
50
H.P.
Evinrude.
rude,
W
with
heater
and
front
awnGarage S ile s
130
n ly
SION
CAR, like new, only
nts elC'
electric stun. Sklls, trnller. Wtll ing and rock guard.
a PLYMOUTH DIVISION LEASE
LE
---- SCOPES,
° __________________
SCOPES. binoculars, pistols, tents.
rid’
finance 100 per cent to right party.
RUmiAGE iSALE:_ 1
alecplng
sleeping bags, luggane, trunks, ,»ic
rid- • Call
arranty.
SH
9,000
miles,
factory
w
arranty
S '
....................... $945 CASH
—&<tuk)nwot, ■-“rdoadlag—tools, L-iJii .124-433!) or 324-545G. Jerome.
l-rldiiy. Me*l?s suits and clothinK,
^ e d mecnanlcs
^
hing, ~ used
tools and compon- 14' FIBERGLASS boat 50 HP J.ohn- r.
r-vrr.-...................... $2995
95”
Girls' dresses. Women’s clothes
ents
- R«ed’s Trading —
ents.'R
Post.'
........... ........................ 'j y ' "
em
Wo"; f i r e b a l l s with tandem
luins ■—
■——
■- ■ son heavy duly motor. Also trailer
0 to 20Vj . Wlnier coats. Curtuins
---- :--Itlon. &
axle in line, 7:75x15 tires. ^, 1965
|i
sup- an<
and ski reels. Very good condition.
FOR rent or sale: Sick room supler,
fie'VILLE
CADILLAC SEDAN tjeV
IL L Chateau, radio, heater,
and furniture.__________ FOR renl
piles: !Wheel chairs, commodes.
des. $1200.
$12
Phono 733-5TO.
inr!
___
Large discounts.
inu
nUGS, cots. QnlJque-beds rnnsc,
brakes, power windows and
pow er steering, pow/ier
er brai
----Jin crutches,
walkers, irapeie bur. —
dcxier w.usher. dryer, chairs, m
E v e r e s t Jennings equipment.
cnt. EVir
EVINRUDE nnd Mercury moiors.
r
eed cont
control, automatic temp con3)1
.seats. Automatic speed
’rk”
;
PRE-FALL
clearance
on
all
Z"
Blue Lakes after 5^_________
Cro'Siey
Sales and service. Bud & Mark’s, •*'
__ Crowley Pharmacy.__________ Sal
;ioning,
bucket
seats
and
console,
tro
i
with
air
conditioning,
I
“get7 _________________________
.•J47
II. '
(ravel trailer.?. S A V E
133 sham poi
SHAMPOO your own carpet,
get Main East. Phone 7.73-JJR-J.
Good Things lo E at
vinyl
covered
roof.
$ 100's while they la st.
__
professional results. Runt a Clurk q m p boat nnd trnllor. SIOO, 151 Roso
________ profess!
qr
Ipcn- shampo
shampooer wllh companion wet ONE
c,; North. Dan Daniels, Phone
PEACHES; temperature as Is. ripenStreet
........................... $3995
vacuum. Banner Furniture. 733* 733-2179.
7 .,^
Ins and harvest will be fast and vacuum
SEE TH E ALL N EW
furious. We start Augusi 300 ut
1421.
_ _____________
Ul 1421.________
----FLEETWOODS now o n dis<(
ver
I'S1965 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN,
EDAN. V8 , radio, heater, power
1 p.m. Powers Orchard, Filer,
ERGER engineer trunslt. Vi min. . . ,
Filer, bBERGER
"ei- M
otorcycles
1 8 0 pplay.
__ with
with BBeumun stadlu ore. Excel**\ol
__________________
tic.
steering and autom atic.
Marvin Hess. 934- ------------------------------------------------------------TOMATOES, peppers, cabbagc., red lent condition.
coi
QC
5.')35. Gooding.
____________
potatoes, ana slicing peaches. Bod- 5.'>35.
G
........:.................. $1495
gie
....... , .....................................
__
EBE SURE TO SEE Magic
enstnb Orchard. 2 miles north,
painT for
t> house, barn und tquipth, 1 PAINT
JisValley
and
Reed
Mfg’s.
dis­
milo west of west 5 points.____
ment; 1Top quality, wholesale price
__ menl:
in . H
eater and overdrive.
'
Heati
■■ U . S E D
;play at the Fair!
I!1965 CLASSIC 4-doof sedan.
BARTLETT pears now rwudy at1 the Farm *•& City Distributing. 633
Ar
35t, 0 Main E ast.
_________ .
^
Gmirlev Orchard. 2 miles west,
yo
..........;................ $1595
HOTORCYCLES
vWE ARE CLOSED SalurlurS
miles norlh of Deadmans corner.
cTOric • hay - utility trailers, ^
rner. STOCK
new
^
.Vi6-5630. Flier._____________
unj used.
us
__
und
All sizes for all Jobs.
day nnd Sunday d u rin g the
1964 PLYMOUTH B EL V EED
D EERE
R E 4-door. V8, radio, heater,
jrlng. Snper'a Trailers. 251 4lh Avenue
19 SUZUKI X 6 ......... $599
°nuo 1966
CORN for canning and freezing.
Bluu West._____
_ ______ ________
/
Phono 733-J013. 1102 North Dluu
West.
Dn, 3,000 m iles. .EXCEPTIONAL.
standard transm ission,
■125
—, Y
YAMAHA
125 ............. $.125
*
Lahes. Closed Sundays.______
2< bicycle. Good condJU^^
__ GIRLS 26"
.■y,
Q /r
lj,™' 'YAIMAHA 80 T rail ........ S150
i
•eady Warner electroplate baby shoe
................... .
$1295
HALE Haven pcQChes now ready
,
................................
y
^MAGIC Y 'A L L E:Y
ruc- HONDA
50 Sport ........... $125
hnrd, bronzing
HC
nt the Crystal Springs Orchnru.
bronzln set. mcludlng inslrucI
tlgnfi.
- -Filer......... .......................-.... tlgnfi.
3 324-2425, Jerome.____ ' ---- -- HONDA 150 .................. $175
!175
M O B IL E H O M E S
n1964 J E E P WAGONEER 4-wheel drive, radio, heater, lockickner.
^Closed .Snturdavs nnd Sundnys
RED SPUDS, -carrots, 1102 North RENT a portable air conditioner,
_
o ut hubs.
mday Use In
r
Dluo Lakes. 733*1619, No Sunday
in any room. Banner FurniE
SALES
SERVICE
2 '/i
' miles west Hlway 30 733-6141
phone 733-1421._________
I
saleS;___________ .
ture, pi
Qk
........................... $1995
STOW-a-way bed for rent. $2.50 a
WHOLESALE beef by half or ()uar<|uar- STOW-a-\
ACCESSORIES
—
>hone week. Banner Furniture, phone
ter. Cul and wrapped. Phone
733-1421-__________________
North Main Lockcrs, 733-4982.
733-1421
JY PARK
1963
PAR Station Wagon. Radio,
Iio,
L(0)(0)K
1! MERCURY COLONY
ler.
. CORN; cucumbers-, beans andI red USED USI
U milk tanks, used pipejWBLUE LAKES
heater, power steering,
ng, autom
autor atic, top luggage carrier.
KROPF - SCHULT
potatoes. Langs Nursery, 405 Gard- lines. New Boumutic pipelines.
Lasweirs.
Jerome,
.324-4381.____
y{)
ner._______________________ Laswell
’
- FLEETWOOD ...........................
$1295
^
CYCLE
SHOP
atoes. STONE ;pickle Jar^. All sizes. Red's
GREEN beans, corn, and lomatoes.
The DCsi nnd Lowest
1115 Dlue Lakes Norih a
,.
ilncy. Trading
Trading Posi, 215 Shoshono St.■So
So.
■Lnrce red rhubarb. 403 Quincy,
financing and Insurance.^
j,1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA
\L
A
SPORT
COUPE.
V
8
,
radio,
S
P
_
__
Alway.s
the
be.st
price
733-8233.______________ ______ 733-354G.
733-354(
Will be closed Saturdays
heater,
automatic.
on motorcycles
jshel. WE REBUILD
hydraulic Jackss at
TOMATOES for sale. $2 bushel.
RE]
___
and Sundays
nr
use,
Abbott's Auto Supply, 121 3rd Ave- ---Lawrence Ave., basement house,
Abbott'
....:................ ^.... $1295
t/t)
““
West. See us loclay.______
p up
nue W<
“ — --------- ^ ----------------—
___ PURCHASE
YOUR Honda mo52s.')0 torbike
from a reliable estnblishCut Flowers
138 55 gGALLON
al
trush barrels. $2s.'S0
toi
M agic V a lle y
---- each. 151 Roso Street Norlh. Dun ed dealer. 45 yeurs experience
ter.
1962
PONTIAC
CATALINA
(A
4-door
4-doo
hardtop.
Radio,
heater,
GLADIOLUS for sale for all occn- r^fiSell
In
the
motorcycle
business.
FucDaniels. Phone 733-2179._______
automatic.
power steering, pow/eerr brake.,;,
brak'
slons. 100 varieties and colors.
i,iiy
M obile H o m e si
traloed mechanics, fully
irnprH THERMC.
THERMOFAX copier, small, Good tory
-miles south Motor-Vu corner.
equipped shop. We will not be
22'A miles west Hlway 30_733-6l4l_
■8H1_
-condillon.
$30. ijsos 8V,xU-14 pa.
iMh
I,. Leon Wright. 733-7472. —
S??
m
^
undersold
niid
we
service
what
...........................
$1095
Phone 733-0948.
oad WANT
with
— — “fJ
we sell, Complele line for roud
WA to ncnl 20'-.30’ trailer■ wltii
BEAUTIFUL glads for all occasions.
= per.
7,^--—
rlh 11 TWO
TWO
lots In Sunset Memnriol Pnrk. nnd trail. Hulmeis nnd accesces- n« «option lo buy. Call 733-6808 afler .1961 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR
Irvln Bodenslab. 2 miles norlh.
lots
□10,
SADOR
'
V
8
Station
Wagon.
Radio,
Sunny Slope District. 314 Quincy .ones,
*
_55 p.m.
milo west of West 6 Polhls. 733
733-. In
|n
S tSunr
r e e t . ________________
:onring, au
autom atic, factory air con6188.
-§treet_.
^
^ heater, power steering,
MKLODY home. 1961 10x55. 2r 5bed—Your H onda and
me
---BICYCLES:
3
used
boys’
26".
Excelnew carpel. Very goodd con­
--------------------------- -- -------- I3ICYCLI
conditioning.
T ,.-1.,
Jfier
Kawasaki Dealer
I.'rooms,
110 lent condition. Dial 733-7414 after
dition. 52800. 438-5548. Paul.
rn r
Anilques
139
___
BLASIUS MOTORS
4 p.m.
_____________
.............................
$ 7 9 5y o
erica’s
.............................................
.
SHA.STA Travel trailers. America’s
Joat.
451 Easi Main
lurplo PICKUP
PRIVATE collection of glass, purplo
PICKUP truck with camper. Bout.
-----choice.
Rluo
LtlKes
Trailer
Park.
illnrs, molor
423- ---nnd umber vases, cruets, cellnrs,
motor and trailer, nil good. 423---------------------------------------1960 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DOOR
3 0 R SEDAN.
SE!
] ILLER HONDA SALES
toothpick holders, ctc. Ink wolls .'>568.
.'>568. 130
i: Taylor West, Kimberly.
rly.
M
t„
und old boules. Antique Shop, Q{^j
omi?7 office
nff
;QP:
able. We
lypewriier, 1 portable.
W sell only Hondas. Service __
............................. $395
Hnjtcrman, Jdnho.___________
lo r
only Hondas. Wc uru well slock­
___ Hko new for salo or trntiQ Ior
on
Af.L
UNITS
ed. Open every day nnd evoands, livestock.
ed
REasONAULY priced: Washstands,
livesto< 53C-2741, Wendcll,____
■ucs ^ nl'
nine- 3 blocks soulh on Rotk
]
5erclocks, frames, round tables, love t r i r t f ' 9 X 12’ linoleum rugs.
"‘it
EXCELLENT
CONDITION
ON
1959
I
OLDS 2-DOOR HARDTOP.
DTOP. IRadio, heater, power steerseats, desks, rockers, trunks.• 43B- TRIFTEX
nncf ' Creek
Roud, Hansen. Phone 423$6,05sJUAssorted patterns. Banner
r
ing, power brakes, autom ati'
atic.
5950 nnytlmo. Paul. . . _ __ Furnhure.
pjirnUi 733-1421.__________ - 45179.
__ ].l-inG5 6 ??dgc"V8 . A-lOO van.J
^
conHONDA- 305, l.lko.'nviw. 4000 1i-i%
- 5 I-ORU Super. Duty EconiJA NEARLY new acetylene welding"THd
and 10^^*
............................ ?S95
:ll at
ollne van
snue
nctual
miles. Forced to .sell
M iscellaneous f o r S ale 140 cutting torch. 1548 3rd Avenue
nc
$525.
Must
see
to
nppreclntc.
clnte.
11—1060
fJMC
Handy
m
an
vnn.
ictor.
East,
Twin
Falls.___________
BATTERIES for car, truck, tractor.
1
vith
___
All
vans
would
make
ex1
Phone
733-4161,_____________
r. 6 -cylii
-cylinder, standjfjl, shift with
1959
CHEVROLET
2-door.
Ton (luallly Hood brand, whole'hole- FOR sale.
salt 8 ’ snack bar. Phone 733- ---cellent mobile campers.
overdrive.
YAMAHA
lOOcc Trallmaster. Excelaaio price. Farm & City- 'Dlslrl)lfllrl- 252G.
YAN
thnnL' ,
‘"’ ‘1 I 1*’^’ C'HEVY 1^.
- — ■ '--’--------------------------— -“ ler
lenl condition. 3 monihs old. Phone
butlng. 633 Main East.
—ton, VR. 3-.speed pickups
Kupa
yo
..................... ,....... $395
M lieellJ
iscellan eo u s W anted
141 32fi-S.3-1ft. Filer._____________
----with ulllliy bodies.
WINDOW SHADES;'Jl, Si up. ^Sides M
.riic1—10B4 <iMC .')500 tllt-cab triic3G" to 54” odd sires cut free. ’"7 _
YAMAHA. 10G5. flO rc. F.xct'llcnlI con- 1*
venue
tor
wllh
new
401
Vfi
en\
5J1956 FORD STATION WAGON.
^GON. VI
Vfi, radio, heater, automatic.
All M. H. King Stores and King's
dlllon. 5200. See at 1417 5ih Avenue
lie.
;in“ s T O P C A S H F O R S C R A,PP
Rine. full nir with .IO*
In Lynwood Shopping Cenmr. _ __
East.
Copper, Brass, Aluminum
----Arrow 15-ton Lo Doy
............................. $150
50
Batterlca,
Radiators
“YAHAMA
77;
SPOTS before your eyes—on- your
£
$425,
trailer.
100
Trallmaster
was
n»:w carpet — remove them with
tHr . K O P P E L CO.
"
Special
Erlck.son Motor,'■ 520 ______ I’llONE 7,13,Q<I3______
Bluo Lustre. Rent electric sham**
JJ958 RAMBLER 'i-DOOR STATIO
ter,
STATION WAGON. Radio, heater,
___
--152 2nd Avenue Soulh _ __ Main
Mj Soulh. 733-JOOO.
____ ii;
pooer $1. Greenawalts.
Icsgl
overdrive.
TWO ,„°r
or Ihrce bedroom modern
;~ —HONDA Scrambler — les.s“n;;;;
ih c TRU CK S-Cas & Dlcsel
i^ST SELL. Going lp college.'Tt??
ll)65
^and
19r>7
than
J.rin Shouse
moved. State price raand 700 miles. Like new. J325. Phone
Volhswapen. Also Gfbson electric
? . * to be
’tione
CHAHLIE’S THUCKS i
............... ............. $195
yo
'er 6S. iocatlon.
70(
Bullar. 324-4185. Jerome, after
" Box 0-14. Times-News.
— _Zi:
7.33-1842
or 7:i3-5.')50.
■liQUIPMIXNT.
-7 7 7 W A N T E D ; Furniture, appliances,
21
----- 2IOWestAvu.
A Jerome 324-4362
PUMPS; Irrigation and domestic.
o'5;,!,hTn pt value Call 7^3-7754.ices, -FOR
S
cii
“nythlnK
p
o
„
—
OPEN
T
IL
8
FR
FRIDAY
'TIL
9
SALE:
2
motorcycles.
Topper
—
Any alre. Sleel •pipelines. Quick
_T ' ■ 1.1-;E PONTIAC
___ Scooter
17r>cc nnd an Indian .^^»0(;c,-*“^
ctrid ________
Sc
Instnllotlon. Klylnger Eloctrld,
______ r . - _ . . ______________
>ME
1 GMC TRUCKS - IN JEROME
1 ^ 2 See ut 1081 Poplar. Call 733-.»)20^]
•'-".-j!
UOSS I.1-E l-OUU. INC.
phono 733-5728.
^
__ _ M
M iscelU
isc e lla n e o u s Service
1 42
D U C O R A T I N G Problems?' Let
L et------------------------------------------------- 106
lOGG
G TRIUMPH TT .ipecl/il. New
w enc .„ .________
__
_______________
1-5231. Hh
HEHL: l.s th^.- bcbl buy fur $1550.
L'Herlsson's help you brlphten;
i»ino. many exUus. Phone 72G-523I.
)
2nroblem rooms. F ree consultation.
ketchum.------------------------------ SlHiil
SI u'hci'lbasc 1956 (.^hcvrolot
£ ;
SEA RS
iie
ics on
----- ton.
--------------------------------------------------------U 'liSJ' VH wUh'U.2U0 miles
L'Herlsson'a. Jeromo. 324-53GI.
pyy,
C U S T O M K IT C H E N
7 “
fi-speed ii.iiisinlbsion, 2ck Lane We.st
'
Truck
=a C a m p e r.______________ iI*gMo rebuiUI.
"speed axle,
SUNSET Memorial . Pork.-'»V,alley FREE
p h e e " SERVICES: Free Idea
A-l 8,25 tires 6 hole
View area, full section (fl llurlnl
Office Phone 733-7365
i
7 ";—
Budd wheels, oversize Ifi' .nVio'
grain
WLI?' {,book. j,Freo export consultation.
TKAMPAWAY
—
spaces). Only JI.OOO. Phono^33or
campers
and
nlckup
^1
ickup
beet
bed.
Licensed
for
24.000.
Very
t
Free floor plans. Free color
BOYD
E R N I H W IL LS
g,,
covers. Largo selection plus lowest
^.|
D)IC
IC K B(
owest -• cleiin,
.124-44211. Jerome.
■L*- O W E L L W ILLS
__ sketch. Qunllty Instnllntlon. No
____________________
I2.
prices. G. & G. Manufucnirlng? Co..
Co.. rnr
Vfl with van.
ALUMINUM atorm doors (seitsior•slor- money down on Sears moderniz*
733-6562
733-054;
733-0542__________ 733-4888
Jnfi). reg. $34.95, now — 526,59.
26,59. ing cre
credit plan._____________ Paul. Idaho 43B-4.‘)80.
---------------------------------------- =—
___
Iksi Buy Aulo Sales, 507 Main —
-----A. C. Houston Lumber (formerly---------West.
8 ' SLlDE-lN cumner. LouveredI winW Open 7 days a week.:. 733Homo Lumber) 733^2214.
^ Bikes & Mo^o.r Scooters 1 5 7 ® dows;
jo
9^46,____________________
No appliances. 5250. Dial !)•
____ _^SCOUT, i960, 80. 4x4. full top cover.
50x16 ONE
ONE use
used 26” bike for sale. Phone
DAVIS highway nylon cord fi:50xlG
V. 14- hi
hubs, like new, 4.000 miles. J2475.
VACATION trailers. Like new.
iruck tires, 6:50x16. S17.95 plusJ fed- 423-5238
423-5238. Hansen.
33 V/
Cameron Sales, Rupurt. phono 436- '
;----- —---- -- ------------- ——
---- 15‘
15'A feel. Webb’s Chevron, 310) Sho- C
-----craft tax S2C5. W e s t e r n Aulo. — --shone Street West.
_J\
3191.______________ 1_ _____ j
Twin Falla.
Sportln;
S p o rtin g G oods
1 5599 sh<
‘
■
f
conOftlGlNAL
1929 model A Ford pickWANTED; Model 12 Winchester,7 112
2 FOR SALE; 2G’ Alrstream. Self conNCR rebuilt bar nnd restaurant cash WANTEC
___
>rsoii up.
runs. p«x^d CDIHiicoinii- •
gun. tal
tained. Chris Cnllen. Rogerson,
‘I Reatorable.
register, chrome finish, 4 total, gauge
s^auge Pldgeon grade shotgun.
^/
1 ^ •
tlon.
Also A parls to sell. Phone
A good buy. 733-5666 daytime,, 733- Good condition. Phono 438-2843,
J843, Phone
Ph
C55-42C3._____________
J*
-----Donald
Capps,-733.42S4,—
-------- 67al-aflor-5:00-p.m. - • • --.-- —
Pauir—
Paulr-.......
• - - - - ------- 5SPECIAL:
pE
e^foot pickup campers. ~
INTl-UNATtONAl, ciib-ovcr. lli
$375
Cono- 'H''®
■■
^
$3: while they lust. Park's lionofoot van. Excellent condition. Sell
co, Jerome.
CO,
speed.
truck or van separately. 5-spced.
.
2------ 2-uxle.
7.13-2H37,_____________
F O R D G A L A X IE
E 500 2 -d o o r H a rd to p
JEEP
pickup. 4-whecl drive, new 1966
J
'I
M o b ile Homes
1199 4 je
i
___
englno nnd tires. Wurn hubs. Good
'■""'I
‘352’ engine, automlatic
atic transm
trar ission, power steering,
lg.
-------------------------------------- c'; condition. $550. See ul 723 North
\
low
mileage.
^
COME A ND SEE
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lflri5 CHl-VY with bed cunopy.-. Has
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$2195
M O B IL E H O M ES
‘“-liooil
i tlivs. Just overhauled., Mej
M arlette — Magnolia
_!jchanically good. $395. 733-5236.
KENWORTH
cab-over dlesei Ltruck. 1965 M E R C U R Y M O N T E R E Y 2-door H a rd to p
Cltampion
Beautiful Sultana wivhite,
hite, “3!
‘390’ VS engine, all of MerAlso tandem seml-trauer with1 belt.'
belt.
.....■ neasonable. 536-2511.______ ___
cury's luxury equipm
ent.
sment.
jg j
Vvlon
$400. fiMTTinSG Heavy duty U'vton
T R A V E L T R A IL E R S3
........ Sc P E C IA L P R IC E $2495
......... ............................
truck.
1845 San LaRue. Phono
tr
7:t3-G.'i.’)2,_ _________________ v,-.
Traveleze — Aristocrat
is : " I1g e s O L D SM O B IL E 41-door
-d o o r IH a rd to p
lOGl WHITE dlesei tructor. lOGlroGenRoadrunner
eral trnllcr, doublo deck, 40' foot.
^oot.
Automatic transm ission,
ssion, pa
power, new car trade-in.
432-2fifi5, Murtaugh.__________
........ S P E C IA L P R IC E $2395
speed.
P IC K U P C A M P E R S)
I19,')8
S G.M,C. pickup V-fi. 4 spocd.
condlwheelbase. Excellent condi­
ILong
j
tion. $ri50. 733-1870.
]1966 C H E V R O L E T B E L A I R S e d a n
If you want your
y o u r ad
a d t1o a p p e a r :
___
Winnebago
_i!l
1^
MAGIC VALLEY INTERNATfONAL
ONAL
Low mileage.
TT:r a v e l T r a i l e r R e n ta ls
III Trucks nml Industrial Tractori.
ictors.
g
........ S P E C IA L P R IC E $1695
304 4lh Avenuo West, 733-4200.
M OTOR HOM ES
-i?
Aulos For S als
200 1 9 6 r m e r c u r y M O N T E R E Y C ustom
4-door Breezeway. FFully
ully eequipped, low mileage, 11
GATEWAY
(Ads m u s t bo 'received
Ivcd by noon Saiurday)
N o G im m ic k s
ov.’ner.
_
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,
T R A IL E R C E N T E R
iqi;
AddUson
West
7:13-2410
......... ,............................
Adi
........ S P E C IA L P R IC E $1495
No W ild C la im s
Rear Dean’s Rlchrield " o
OPEN
DAILY: 8 n.m. to G p.m.
DP
s
1963
F
O
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D
G
A
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A
X
IE
500
4-t
I
4 -d o o r Sedan
J u s t H o n e s t D e a lin g s
1
OPEN
SUN,: 10 u.m. lo 6 p.m.
OP
Locally owned, fully
ly equipp
equipped.
- MOBILE HOMES - Kl,
(Ads m u s t be received
Ived by 5:00 p.m . Monday)
95
...........................s:
........
S P E C IA L P R IC E $1195
19G5 F O R D
star
Sla Crafl — New Moon — KU
_
Ra*
nn
Galaxle
500 2-door hardtop. Ra.
8-10-12-20-25'
wide, up lo 60' long.
V.‘ heater,
8 -H
_J*
dlo,
automatic
transmis]
1964 C O M E T S P O R T S e d a n
- TRAVEI. TRAILERS -“
‘‘slon,
I p o w e r steering, power
Kit-Alotia — 13.25'
i,r
B ig , 6 -cylinder engine,
ne. stani!
standard Iransmission, 1 ownmbrakes, whilo sldewnlls.
SALES - SERVICE
er car.
ES
5>395
PARTS ~ SUPPLIES
!95
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$1295
B A K ER’S MOBILE HOMES
(Ads m u s t be received
ved by 5:00 p.m . Tucsdny)
19G4 F O R D
Honest Prices — FnIr Dealings
_
®
Falcon
Sprint.
Radio,
heMer,
1]
1963
C
O
M
E
T
4
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S
ta
tio
n
W agon
11 YF.AHS SERVING
V8, 4-spccd, whlto wall tires.
MAGIC VALLEY
^8
ito
Big 6 -cylinder engine,
stan
ine, standard
transjDlsslon, whito
’58
$H95
Y
^ 412 Addison ,Ave. West 733 3258
wall tires. Sold newi-St
The
vi-St Theisen
Mottir.';.
.........
...............
(
1964 C H E V R O L E T
'95
.......... S P E C IA L P R I C E $895
lllo,
1
^ __ •
Impala , 4 • door sedan. Radio,
SIMPSONS
l'l
(Ads m u s t be received
heater, luitomutlc transmission,
11
ved by 5:00 pr .m . W edtibsday)'
1960
C
H
E
V
R
O
L
E
T
S
ta
a
t
tio
io
n
W
a
g
o
n
power
Iteerlng, power brakes,
'
IN RU PERT
pi;
6 -cyilnder, stan d ard1 transm iission with overdrive, ab­
‘1127' V8 .
lbSpcclniizi; in you
^while wall tires,
$1095
ide and out.
solutely pcrfect inside
.md your iicetls.
........................................
.......... SJ P E C IA L P R IC E $695
95
* Broadniore ^■Fleetwood
3d
19G3 B U IC K
Security
uLcSnbro 4-door sedan. Radio,
It
1961
R
A
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B
L
E
R
S
ta
t
io
o
n
W
a
g
o
n
heater, nutomutic tran.imlsalon,
______ _
llCI
(A ds m u s t be received
ved by 5:00 ]p.m . Thursday)
_ __
I. ’
Big 6 -cylinder engine,
;ine, stni
standard trnnsmlsslon with
'‘h
SALO or trndo 1905 Kit 10' trullcr power .t»;rlnB pow,r brak... • .
SALE
)d. !;
overdrive, runs good.
ater.
■■
hou
house. Biituno refrigerator, heater,
rcMil clean nr tru»!e on lato model
rcMil
77
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S
P
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$277
self cuntalncd around ‘20’, 32Q-5138,
H'lf
^
P IC K U P S
JJ
"■ ■
l-IU'
Filer.
_______________
’llcd kt p(ip
.
1955
F
O
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i/j-T
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P
p
lO.'iB FLAMINaO 10x45 1 bedroom.
V8 engine, 4-specd transm is
ission, good tires.
19GG GM C
$$2ri00.
2 r.(]
Prefer trado camper or
smnll O'-witif for pftrl ,pnyment.
lent. U.i
U'ton bichup. O-cyllnder, S-spcGd.
'I .
........................................
.......... S£ P E C IA L P R IC E $285
85
Phone 7:i3-r>u:i7._____________
___
$1795
tone
If
FOR SALE fl.x35 Iraller houso. Phone
1958
B
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a
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733733'5.')43 between fliOO a.m. and
«n<i
19G3 C H E V R O L E T ^
V 8 engine, au to tn atlc
tic trans
transm ission.
():U0 p.m. or see ut Houvcr Trailer H’tohi
u
C'cylltider, 4-spcod, long
Qp
Court nfter 0;0p p.m.
wnecl l)uto, wlda box, hitch nnu
iiiJ
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......... S P E C IA L P R I C E $285
09
'
mirrors,
- - A BlG liouio for a littlo money.
"trr'i'
$1335
' m
New im i tniidcl IZx SI Lolaurc
New
1957 C H E V R O L E T ) ^ - TTCjN
O N PI
P ic k u p
Hume, Cariiet, drapes, furtiltiire.
lire.
'
•' ■
4-s|)ced, good ru b b er. !
A renl good l»iy, Pljuno 733-8234.
^±_
19G0 C IIE V R O L E T
S P E C IA L P R IC E $495
95
Hp(!. JV’’
U'ton, n-cyllndor, 4-B|)ocd, Ions
iiijj
................... •................... ®
I'LEinWOODi 10x53. Two Hod*
iisli. whfel
wlito bnx, hitcli nnd
10(11
rodiuB, wnilnouni with now \viisli>
' biiAC.
0520
ivlirurs,
2
-toiie
pnlnt.
.
cr*d
er.jh >\3r. Air. conilltlonor, 324-5528
........................ - -J1U05 - ---------r
or ;321-n52l,-.................... - -...............
-------- ---- A ll .nds to nppcnr In
the Tim
e;
111-the
Timcs-'News
Sundny
---nr
mc! FLAMINGO Hx3'i'. Onn bed.
C lassified Sectloli must bo rcccived
rcc
bcforo
room,
condillon, I’liono 733*
K IG E
74IB
T h o E n slo st P lu c o I nn T iio
ho W
\ o rld T o B u y A C n r
^
C H E y R O L E T , Inc.
17' ’I'HAIM'lt houBo. Cliinn, .filomii
C]
P H O N E 733-7700
701 M A IN E A S T ’
4,
Cnll 73:1-4417, y-530:), Jop .m .
00
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_ rnnin
i'4un or 731-0H»'^____ __
st Ei/to
Ei/tortnlninciit; Liston To Tho
, 1,
F o r N ows, Wcntlior nml Bleest
r)HTHuTTHTni»5Fai)otrii»r)nYB7rn>irt
iT»nl 200 Knlilh Lincoln , Ph. 324-41111,.
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1,5
idlo
froni
0:30-7:30
ovory
innnilng.
lllll! ,. TIllliclscn Sliow on KLIX R ndlo fron
allor l^il
l?d I'hiirchmnn. Cinrence Fallmi,
hlll'hen, lOxni'. Wrot I'nili Trnllor
hill'
CoiJi t.
733-0730,
J)J)lck luwe, Frnnk StioppeniHli
CuiJ
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FRIDAY-,
SUNDAY
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'59
..................
'63 GALAXIE .......... $1345
'59 OLDS
0
500 2-door hardtop. V8,
a u t o m a t i c t r a n s1 -s■Ing
mission, p o w e r steering
nnd brakes. Extra sharp.
rp.
)95
’65'PLYMOUTH . . . . $1995
’65'
5BV
Sports Fury 2 -door. ‘383‘
pXi
V8. power steering. 4-spced
sUck, bucket scats.
^-65 COMET .............. $1395
395
4-door, 6-cyllnder with a
standard transmission. Ittisis
extra clean.
jQc
’64 BUICK ............... $1495
Skylark 4-door sedan. Hadlo.
tJlo.
heator, automatic transmisnisslon. 23,000 miles,
:qr
’65 DART ................. $1595
2-door hardlop. 6-cyllndcr.
automaiic transmission, radlo, heater, excellent tires,
low mileage. Beige with
matching interior. Clean.
295 ...
*64 RAMBtER
$1295
'64
Wa go n. 6 -cyllnder with
’lie.
overdrive. Low. low mileage.,
.rt
ngi?
'65 CHEVROLET . . . . $2095
Impnla Super Sport conver,
tlble. '.1.06’ VB. power sivc-r■
lltic
Ing* nnd brakes, nutomutic
transmission. A very shurp
‘“■p
.
“"IIJA'61 CHRYSLER ........ $895
New Yorker 4 • door. I-ull
•ull
power and air conditioning.
18.
’65 CHEVROLET . . . . $1895
3!)5
hnpnla 4-door sedan. Pndlo,
dlo,
henter. automatic transmisnisslon. power steering, power
wer
brakes, V8 engine.
.^5
895
’qs MERCURY ........ S1895
4-door wi t h Breezeway,
'«y.
power steering and brake,'.
auiomallc transmission.
’66
'66
—•66
'66
PLYMOUTH
Fury III. 4-door hardlop.
J”?:
Radio, henter, power steerVilh
ing. 318 engine. White with
Burgundy Interior. ShoWoWjarroom clean. Factory Guaranlee. Only 8,000 miles.
495
MUSTANCf .......... $2495
[on
Vfi, nuiomatlc transmission,
ni(
beautiful red finish with juai
nil
black Inierlor. 8.000 actual
Jay.
miles see this beauiy today.
$295
4-door. Radio, healer, aulo*
4-i
matlc transmission, power
m
br brakes, power steering,
’62
........ $995
'62 CHRYSLER
C: 4-door hardtop.
300
Radio,
30
heater,
automatic transmis­
*
‘f
sion. power steorlng. power
hrnWps Rpnrtv 10 PO.
_____
'666
6 PLYMOUTH
P
Fury
I'i III, 4-door hardtop.
Ra
R d i o , healer, outomatlc
JJ.
trnnsmlsslM,
power steerIng.
air cflndltlonlng, 318 on'1
Rlne. White sidewall tires.
Tj and floJge all vinyl InTftn
te
terlor.
Factory Guarantee.
’65 COMET
.......... $1895
0
Callente
2-door hardlop. V8.
automatic transmission, one
owner und nice.
,c’) VOLKSWAGEN
\i
’63
.. $895
O'! »
Convertible. Rebuilt motor.
New-4op.-.......
......
n'
i-t ^
’63.CHRYSLER
. . . j . $1695
^300 J 2-door hardtop.
Full
3C
power, 413 engine with dual
rum’
IndueHon carbs and
n
sliarp.
This car is a real
V
_ •
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p
'66
11,
Unnncvllld
........... $3195
4-door hartltop,
I'ull power and air condl,,,
tlonlng.
New premium Hr's.
low
lo mileage.
’64
’64 RAMBLER
R
.......... $1295
Clnsslc
ci
CCO. 4-door sedan. 0cylinder,
cj
automatic transmission,
ni
radio, white side­
wall
w tires, low mileage. I'or
economy,
see ihls car.
et
’65 CHRYSLER
Q
’65
........ $2795
New
town Sedan,
p, Yorker
power
steering and brakes,
air
al condilioning. low mile­
age.
A
very
nice
car.
aj
'66
................ $1095
ot) SIMCA
.S,
4-4-door 17.ono actual miles.
st
still guaranteed.
’66
’66
MERCURY
^
Montclair. 2 • door hnrdtop.
M
Automaiic
t r a n s mission.
A
steering, nnd power
P'now’er
new. A new
hiDrakes, clenn ascar
trade-in.
595
'61
'61 DODGE
D
............... $795
’62 T-BIRD .............. J1595
Power steering and brakes,
kes,
3 3sL'iUer wagon. A real good
nir condilioning, new Urea.
oi V8. automaiic trans­
res.
one.
A sharpie.
mission.
m
- PICKUPS 850
'59 CHEVROI.ET . . . . $850
6-cyllnder.
*60
*60 DODGE
D
.............. $995
j , wide Vvloti 6-cylinder.
I.nng
4sj)eod.
^
leq OMC
f
'59
................... $790
lj;ton
U G-cyllndcr.
’59 FORD .................. $795
I
fi-cylinilor
engine. 4-spec(i.
long
In wheelbase, wide bed.
(i-piv
ii
tires, cusiom cob.
trailer
hitch.
tr
795
’60 CHEVROLET . . . . $795
R-cylinder
ennlne, fi-pty tires, trullcr
hitch, runs and looks real
good.
.6
3
’63 FORD ............... $1-195
•'95
‘,4-ton 4-whcel drive. G-cylin'linder, 4-speed, good tires.
595
23’ NASHUA............ $895
.............. $1095
’62
TRAILER. Shower and toi’62 DODGE
D
let, gas stove with oven.
water heater. Just right 7o"r
for
flint mountain cabin.
- TRUCKS -
»
'58 DODGE
eel2-ton 18‘ hay bed. ID wheelcr,
’52
'52 GMC
C,
22-ii>
-ii'n liav truck, 16’ bed with
ovcisliot,
0'
'48 ClIEVROI.ET
2-ton 14’ grain bed.
’64
’64 CHEVROI.ET
C
22-ton. long wheelbase, big
G-cyllnder engine. 4-specd
tr
transmission,
2 -specd rear
axle.
a: 825.X20 Ilres.
... _
’60 FORD
bU i'l
dump truck 5-speed.
22-lon
2-spoed,
V8 engine, In top
2sl
shape.
’61 FORD
T700 tandem drive V8. 5xif:
speed main. 3-speed auxlllary transmission. M a j o0 rr
overhaul recently. CJopd 000
000
rubber, new king pins, will
handle a 20-foot bed.
’60 GMC ' .
2.ion..Jon8 wheelbase, „y*
V8
englno. 4-speed trunsmlsslon 2-speed reur axle, 825x
'■**
20 Ures.
3 — l-ton
^ dual wheeled trucks
103-USED- UNITS IN STOCK
13
13 —
— 2-ton tru c k s in slock
B O B R E EE S E ’S
D O D GS E (C I T Y
^
dPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 —
- 500 Blot
Block 2nd A venue South
______ Kcpny Moon — Winn Ellis — Jo e Butler
____
.
MONDAY
5:00
T O SAVE Y O U
IN E S ^
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____________ 2 0 0
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FOR SA L E ^.
BU Y S
' A - l BU
U N I O N M CO T O R S
'65 C H E V 4 -d o o r
Here's
Ilert our top A-l buy that has
V8 engine, Power Glide, power
iver
vjei
d.
iteerlng, real nicely equipped.
$1795.
’G2 F O R D T -B ird
bound to appreciate tho
lhe
fine care of this luxury Thunderbird. You’ll enjoy tho savings on
Sif.'*'
this A-l buy.
$1495
You’re
you
'
’65
’t F O R D W agon
standard transmission, radio,
radio.heater. You will like the
cconomy
econon on this lop A-I buy.
$1450
66-cyllnder,
-cylln<
*61DODGE T rav elall
’61
Wanon This rugged unit will
Wagon.
, to the summertime''
take you
fishinc and recreation spots.
fishing
$695
’65 D O D G E P o la ra
'I’59 PO N T IA C 4 -d o o r
4-door sedan. V8 , automatic, exYou'
You'd really expect to pay more
cellent Midnight blue Hnlsh with
cellcnl
for 'this dependable buy.
niutchl Interior.
niutchlng
. $1895
«60
’cc
’66 R A M B L E R C la ss ic
1!;.
’6600M E R C U R Y 4-door
‘770’. This immaculate low mile.
■uo'.
anThis
age new Ford irade-in ha# atanThis new
r Ford trade-in Is in
age
eat
showroom
durd transmission, radio, seat
ahowro condition and you’re
// sure
belts and all tho extras.
lure totc apprecluto this fine buy.
$1795
$2295
' '’6
'G2 C H E V 4 -d o o r
’666 V
V(O L K S S ta t io n W a g o n
6 -cyllnder
-cyl
engine with standard
4fd
Here's
Here's a llhc-ncw trade-in that
If It's economy you
'OU -ia
ia loaded
lon
with lots of extra
ftranBmlsslon.
“n;
want, bo lure and see this one.
ne..• ' ’-ctii^lpment.
$795
I
- C O M MM EE RR m i i ’59 F O R D P ic k u p
■62
’62 W ILLYS P ick u p
4-speed. ityleilds box. a real
Grl[> llrcs,'
t
cal
Grip
4-whcel drive with
bargain,
hubs.
hubs.
$650 ...................
$665
’'G5 F O R D F a lc o n
Ranchero.
.6-cyllnder. slnndnrtl
n«nc
iranimliilon, radio, llero’i the
i',"."'
ever popular combination that
md
witl lerva as both passengor and
pickup.
picni
$1540, ,
.
-0 3 IN T E R N A T IO N A L
'03
4
4-wlll
4-wliecl ilrlve, luibi, Thli li In
m
tin tup cunilltloii.
......$1595-
'(j C H E V R O L E T .
'65
i.wheel drive,' 4-spebd, 4x4i long
4-wheel
wheolbi
wheelbuBo.
will
»» where
w>ir Thla ruggediunlf
*“ tvueli, ,
"
'CO F O R D P icliu p
n .e lop
i'l; economlcnl C-cyllndor
The
eiiiilnt, 4i8pced. A sharp 2-tono
engine,
with nil
nl thg rxtrns,
wllh
$795
.................-
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ilLECTION TO CHOOSE FROM - ALWAYS A LA RG E SELECTION T
1Buy nn A-l Cnr or Pickup
llio SnIost PInco to Buy nn A-l
VENINGS TIL » —
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T CAU D lil’AMTMUNT
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200
200
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733-1264
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f c a rs , tru c k s an d p ick u pas.ll
m odel
CASH - FOR - CARSs
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25S
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CADILLAC,
1950. R ad io , heater, X T /
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highest c a i h bid. Call 733-2601 be- V I
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1840 A U tiras. >________ .__________
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LOWEST overhiada eq u a l lowest . }t oor/y
U n d a u lo p .
prices. T r y u i t R eal D eal Au'to
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T w in F alla. 733-7011.
rO H D 1032 pickup. Chopped nnd
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nm llc, $2.SSO. 720-35tL Hun Valley.
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V I, CnilHomiUc tranimi.ilen,
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M o n tclair 4 - d o o r B reexew ty.
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PhQiw 733-6811
644 Main South
Bon Eldredge
Ben
Jack Cox
Woody Turley
led: Kare Best original design,
n i, knit- Toi
Town an d Cduntry, red. D ress,
Domestfcetts, red. Knitted:
K a ­ Marlin, red. Other: Viola
iola Dar- red.
ira, re d :; ling, blue; J a n e K iser, red.
te
ted; M rs. Robert Webster,
lad:
e r. blue ladies’,
better! Crestview, blue.
sota. blue; Lucille Oldham,
Webster,
Tablecloths
ar
and red.
Ka:
K asoia. re d . Dress, ladies’, 2Olher: Mfs. Robert W
ebster,
rs,
r
e
d
;
Town
and
Country,
blue
and
an d
Infant Wear
pjei
blue; F riendly Neighbors, re
piei;?, b etter: Kasota, blue;
D aarNeedlepoint: Friendly N eigheigh­ red; Em broidered; Viola
C restview ,_red„Jum persL _M rS j__
0^—Mrs.o la -D
r- Baby-quilt,-appliquedr-H
M rs.-Crc
Webster,
bors, blue. M rs. Roberl W
ebster, ling, blue; Judle Aitken,
ten, red. g.
gd A dam s, blue. Babyy quilt, Robert
Roi
W ebsier, blue; C restOther: Isl W ard Relieff Society,
Society, em
en broidered: Janie Kiser,
red,
5 r, biue. viei
view, red. Jacket, child’s ; K a- .
'
blue;
Friendly
Neighbors,
red.
g;
Pincushions
ors,
gaby q u ilt, quilted:. 2ndd Ward sola,
sol; blue. Nightwear, child’s :
____ blue;
K a s o ta Sagehens, ree d . lace
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" r ARM P R8 B tl^ - -"— l^loaf
e r , “ = ^ ^ b l e Runnere^=''=—
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- Relief
Society, blue; Kasota, M
Mr;rs. R o b e rt Webster, blue and
lue; Ap: 6 lo re J; 'Crestview, blue; Janee ^Ki siser,
S u g ar Loaf G range, Wue;
Ap-1trim m ed, crocheted, colored;
w h ile .
’
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P runes
, whiti
.
2nd
W
ard
Relief
SM
letyLblue;
re
5
tyLblue;
red.
C
arriage,
robe:
Kasota,
red,
red.
N ightw ear, womens’; C restey
Town
a
n
d
Country,
blue;
tta
Ile
red,
pleton
G
range,
red;
Valley
FFA,
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______ blblueVShTrleS^Uttraifi7red."Baby
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id.-Baby vvT^T ^ ’b lu s n k trtr,’-Child’s: K a- .
E l a c e J l a t i ________
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Cho)nacky. red ; Valleyy FFA, Appleton
Ap
Grange, blue; Mel- ^
m W ar Norene A ndrus, blue,
sKfT'
boots; -sgn
sUia, b lu e ; M rsr-iiobert-W elyr—
T e a To'wels "
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sE sweatiirr • eav lintlI buots;
HanHv
Seed
(cheted. 'white: American
white.
vin Newlan, red; D ick Handy,
e; Dick |M oihers. blue; K a s o t aa.. red.
M rs. Dick Handy, blue;
knit: JCasota, blue; JuneI Haney, ster
ste r, red. Skirt, womens’: M rs. P olholders
Appliqued, m achine::; M abel kr>
R aspberries
iti
. „whhite.
u andy, red; Appleton Grange, Hairpin
apred.
Crocheted:
Kasota,
'blue;
RqI;
Lace:
1st
Ward
R
elief
H
I
I.
hlue;
Robert
W ebster, blue and red.
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All
crocheted:
T
o
w
n
a
n
d
'
n
Smith,
blue
and
red.
Hand
re
Red; Dicky Handy, blue; Ap­
elief So- Fi
Friendly Neighbors, red.• Infant
white.
SSociety, blue; 2nd Ward1 R elief Country, blue; Ednj Clark,
irk, re d . pliqued: 1st Ward Relief
w hife''
wl
'
S
'
Skirt,
ch ild ’s: Crestview, blue;
pleton, red; Sugar Loaf,' while.
y - ii-.,
S u m m e r : A p p leto n G range,
Tam e O ats
iSociety, red.
red: 2nd dress, crocheted: Elvarl Clark,
Crocheled ed g e : Elva C lark, ciety, blue. Em broidered:
n/hv Mrs. R obert Webster, red. S hirt,
Ra.'ipljprries, black: Valley b lu e ; C la re n c e R o b in s o njrange.
blue an d blue;
Ile tta Gifford, red. Baby
Lunchcloths
1,, red; A ppleton Grange, blue;; Sugar
I.
r
a
Ward
R
elief
Society,
.blue
hli
blue;
Mary
M
yers,
red.
P
ra
c
Hanev
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3
n
’s;
M rs. Robert W ebster,
FFA ,bluo.
SD e b o r a h Allison, w h ite . D
ark: Loaf
lc
rd Relief sweater,
knilled: June Haney,
:y FFA, E m broidered: 2nd W ard
Re­ tical; Y ukata Harigml,, blu
Dark:
G range, red; Valley
ird Reb lu e;
e ; red. P ainted: 1st W ard
™
red. Sportswear o r
S traw berries
Appl
blue. B aby bib: Weslern1 RuralRural- t>l“®
A
p p le to n G range, b lu e ; Sugar
wi
Sugar white.
1liel S ociety, blue; Della B lades, Mrs. Robert W ebster, red.
sd. F a n - Society, blue and red.
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■• Westvjpct. play clothes,' child's: K asota,
Appleton G range, blue; Mrs. L o a f Q ra n g e , red . L ig h t,, sumettes, b lue. Baby booties:
Wrinkled P en s
rred. C ro ss - stitch: C restview
5stview , cy: Lucille O ldham , blue.
H ot
lue.
Towels
fJ
blue;
M
rs.
Robert
Webster, red.
J. R. W ebster, red; Valley
WA
ley W
A jjjg j..
H a rtw e ll, b lu e;
e ; Val­
ue; ValVal- S u g ar Loaf G range, blue;
Val-1:blue. P a in te d ; Bernice Couch, placem st: C restview , blue;
bluo.
)lue; Jl- Cocheted edge: F r i , ee n„ dd ll yy ern
Robert
<3 ‘T ored: Ka.sota, red.
white.
ley
Sellars, Icy
FFA , red; Dick Handy, rred. Sw edish em broidery;
ley F F A , re d ; R a n d y Sellars,
|c;
•y; 2nd etta Gifford, red.
r:
Iletta
Blouse,
child:
Mrs.
Robert
Neighbors, blue. O ther:
Blouse
M e c e ensemble, adult:
O ther F ruit
ppleton. \Ward R elief Society, blue.
Smooth p eas: Appleton,
w h ite .
H ubbard:
A p p l le
e t lo
o nn while.
wi
Iser, je d . Webster,
blue and red. Blouse,
Quilts
Gifford, blue; Janie Kiser,
W
Appleton G range, blue;
Jer- Q r a n g e , b lu e; J e ro m e F F AA,, red;
'^ ''r d Relief Society, blue;
je; Jerred; blue;
bl'
S u g ar Loaf G range,
;e, red;
Luncheon Sets
; Mrs. Robert WVebster'
ebster,
W
Cotton, pieced: Mabel1 Sm ith, Afghan, crocheled: Ist W ard Woman’s
f
Mrs'
M
ary
ome FFA red-w hite.
Vgjlj
;r:
ApJero
m
e
FFA,
white,
V a lle y F F A , while. W in te r: Ap- Je
Mai M yers, red. Suit, 2-piece,
E m b roidered: Friendly N
Nclghhi and red. Car coat: Mrs. eotton:
eigh- blue; 1st W ard Relief Society, R e 11 e f Society, blue;;; M abel blue
■ Crestview, blue; 2nd
G rains'
ppleto
le to n G ra n g e , b lu e ; A licee AndAnd­
red ; Painted: F"riendly
rien d ly red. Colton, m achine appliqued:
W OM EN’S D EPA R T O[ENT
E N T bors,
h
Robert W ebsier, blue. Child's
Child’s
pliqued: Smith, red . ■Afghan, knitted: R<
r t WebAprons
^Neighbors, blue,
Barley Sheal
ecrsoi
rs o n , r e d ; Je ro m e F F A , while.
while.
;ota,.red.
c o a t: Mrs. Robert
Web- '^ ‘>rd R elief Society, red. Teenred. cotton
co
Mabel Smilh. blue; IstIt W ard Linda Lowe, blue; Kasota,
s woolPillow Cases
Valley .FFA, blue; Jeronie
Jerom e
S „ ls s (-h a r d
U tilily: Rulh P eterson,1, blue;
ind W ard ster,
wool: “W ‘l‘?ll clothes:,.M rs. R obert
Relief Society, red. Cotton,
m, h a n d Afghan hairpin lace: 2nd
sti blue. Coat, woman’ii,
Vlachine E m b roidered; Isl Ward1 R elief appliqued: C reslview , blue.
FFA, red; S ugar Loaf Grange,
Grange, v a l l e y . FFA , b lu e ; Appleton
ppleton Cre.stvlew
Club, red. Machine
red. Coat, wram
om en’s
en’s W ebster, blue; Mrs. G l e n
ue. E m - Relief Society, blue; Friendly Crestview,
Cr
Cr
ue
Pal
appliqued:
M
aragret
Moeller,
s
Society,
blue;
Viola
D
arling.
1
,
other;
non-wool:
Creslview,
blue.
Pal W histler, red .M iscellan e o u s:
D arling. broldered: 2 n d Ward Relief
Bllef So- Neighors, red. Afghan,
no
white.
G
G ran
r a n g e , red .
aP
> lu e ; Kasota, red.
red. F ancy, sm ocked: 1st
>t Ward rred. C r 0 s s stitch: F'rie
rienn d ly ciety, rid. Q u i l t e d , cotton F r i e n d l y Neighbors,
rs, blue. Hutchison,
red. Dress, child’s,
child’s, Creslview,
'-''e'
O at Sheaf
Ht
sn
r
Ijiaf
T
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m
a
to
e
s
Relief Society, blue. Fancy,
Jerome FFA , blue; Sugar Loaf
cy, oth- hN eighors, blue; 1st R elief
------------------cotton: K asota, blue; 1stIt Ward .
lief So- plcced:-lst W ard.R elief Society, Child’s knit s w e a t e r ,r, bulky co
r, blue; deiy,
red. Embroidered,
with
i-PA ar
er: M rs. Robert W ebsier,
c
wHle
'" ''A ’
Grange, red; V alley FFA,f while.
Relief Society, red. Dress,
J, w
ith blue; Jane K iser, red. Quilted, yarn; Mr.s, Robert W ebster, R(
PRODUCTION UP
G ran g e,
red ; J e r o m e
M 'A, .l.st W ard Relief Soceily,
|| tr i m : Ruth Peterson,
y, red. lace
1 , blue; painted: E lla Robinson,
child’s b etter: Mrs. Robert Web- ^W A S H IN G T O N (AP) - D o1, blue,
b lue, blue; Shirley H aslam , red.
ch
W heat Sheaf , , ,, A
. , . C h e rry T o m a to e s : Gerald f;.
w h;ite
oeraia
G
ingham
,
cross
stitched:
Eunice
j
j,
R.
W
ebster,
red.
lace
,
e
trim
.
Quilted,
o
th
e
r:
1st
Ward
R
elief
4
.
plv
s
te
r,'b
lu
e
:
Ist
Ward
Relief
Sod R elief child’s k n it sw eater, 4 - ply sti
Jeronie FFA blue; Valley C h o jn a c k y , blue.
V colA dam s, blue; R uth, Peterson,
h
eierson, hand
cro ch e ted : l.st Ward1 R elief Society, blue.
Websler, eil
eiety, re d . Dress, ladies',
cot-|'’'®-'’ 2 ° ''* production w a s u p
yarn: M rs. Robert Webster,
W A , red; S ugar Loaf Grange,
^C rcen Pickling Tom atoes
Grange,
reed
I n pPe r c e n t in Ju n e , the B u r e a u
oes
red.
SSociety, blue; Jlletla G ifford,
Hugs
ild’s knit to'
toi, Crestview, blue and rred.
|H
,
blue;
K
asota,
red.
Child’s
Appleton Grange, blue;; Mel- (G ingham , em broidered:I: Mr.s.
Mrs. jred. K n itted ; Viola DDarling,
arling, Crocheled, rag, cotton: 2nd sweater, m o h a ir y arn ; Kasota, Dre.ss,
c o tto n : ;of M in e s s a i d Monday.
ladies’, 2-plece, cotton:'Of
;
Alfalfa Seed ,.
R. N
Niuiaka Hanami, , blue; Towh |)Mue. In sertio n : Jnd Ward1 R elief Ward Relief Society,'blue;
Appleton G range, blue; Sugar vin Newlan, red; M rs. J. RJ V I st j l>l'"^- Men’s knit sw eater, bulky jv
~rM 0000000000m M 0000auM M 0j^
and C ountry, red. O lher:
s
r: Mrs. Society,
blue. Tatted lacee trim : Ward Relief Society', red.
an
, C ro- y“™' ^itl W ard Relief Society, a '
Loaf Grange, rod; Jeromnee FFA
FFA, W ebster, while.
Robert
W
ebster,
blue
and
red.
j,
d
Ha
T
h
o
rn
e
,
blue;
Viola
D
acllng.
Dacllng. cheted, rag, wool: Viola 1 Dai-jHue; F riendly Neighbors, red. S
T
u
rn
ip
s
,
1
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w hite..
.
Bed Sheets
nred. L a c e trimmed, hand
nd cro- ung, b lu c -a n d red. Crocheted,
ocheted,
sw eater, 4-ply yarn: Ka- S
S u g a r Loaf G ra n g e , b lu e,
A lfalfa Hoy
5uj
C rocheted: Friendly Neighbor
c
eighhor cheted;
M a b e l Smllh.. blue, yarn: P riscilla Andrus,; blu e; sota,. blue and red.
S
le; Jer­
JerO th e r G ard en C ro p
Appleton G range, blue;
Club, blue. T atted: Friendly
j
■riendly Janie,
K iser, red.
Isl
Ward
R
elief
Society,
red
.
ty,
re
d
sw eater, 3 - ply S
Loaf
E d C hojnacky, b lu e ; Valley Jome FFA, red; Sugarir Loaf
Ed
eebsier,
b s « N eighbors, blue.
Hooked, rag; M[s. Ray Looney,
Pillows
M
J’®™-'
L
oretta
Bagley,
blue;
3
F
F
A
,
r
e
d
;
M
rs,
J
.
R
.
W
orange,'W hite.
FFA,
Bedspreads
.u
pompon: Mabel Sm ith, blue. Olher: Friendly N eigh- jmiidrcd Cooper, red. Suit,
uit, knit- b
S h a r p e n e td
d aand
n d hh aa r d s u r f a c e d
^
w
h ile .
IC rocheted, c o a r s e thread:
Red C lover Seed1
whiU
|,u e ; 2 n d . Ward Relief Society,
Society bors, biue.
,ted: M ildred Cooper, blue. Ski N
‘^
i
S
v
t
l
J
le; JerP o ta to e s
gE,lse Jacokes, blue; Friendly ^
Appleton G range, blue;
Jer­ ”
/e
b
ste
r.
S
carves
red;
S
o
fa
toss:
Robert
W
ebster,
cap,
knilled:
Mrs.
Roberl
Web8
S u g a r Loaf G r a n g e , blue;
“'''‘^ ' [.jN e i g h b o r s , red. Gingham: [,
ome FFA , red.
Sui
Crestview, red. W oven.
oven, Vanity set, crocheted, 3 o r 4 ;ster, blue. P u rse : M rs. Y utaka B
G e r a ld
C hojnacky,
r e d ;; Lee
Lee pp,.rie n d ly Neighbors, red. ^ Other;
_ner. „
jn d Ward Relief Society.
Red C lover Hay
Society, piecs: Viola Darling, blue.
uf -1Hanami, blue; Kellee Bartholo- ^
je. B
Buf_
C. R. N. Shepherd, blue. ■Jblue. C orduroy, smocked;; J a n ie fet set, crocheted, 3 or 4'pieces:
^
Appleton G range, blue;,. Sugar C h o jn a c k y , white.
2 m ile s ssouth,
o u t h , 22 m
I ile s w e st
■pieces: ]mew, red. T . V. Boot, knitted: S
Centerpieces .
K
R ed
potatoes:
S u g a r Loaf
Loaf
Loaf Grange, red.
ck ed : Western R uralettes, blue
^
lue an d ;iletta Gifford, blue. Town
l>l''e; Colton, smloocked;
own aann d iS
o f S o uSt houth
F P a rk
while. C rocheted, fine thread:■ J'™
Iletta* jK asota, blue; Friendly N
I
G r a n g e , re d ; Roger F i a la , while.
Neigheigh- red. Buffet s e t, other, 3 pieces: iCounlry, red . Shells, knitted:
knitted:jS
Other G rass Seed .„ „ i- B a k in g : Je ro m e F F A , b lu e;
G ifford, red. Crocheted, coarse i,bors, red. Cross Stitch;; M rs. Ist Ward R elief Society,y, blue,
e ; Lee
Lee Gi
blue. lKasota, blue; Olive M orrison,!^
Jerom e FFA , 2 blues;. Apple'
Loal th
yY utaka Hanami, blue a nndd red. Swedish em broidery: 2ndd W ard ired. Doll clothes, knitted: 2ndjS
’
’ C h o jn a c k y , red ; S u g a r Loal
thiread : Friendly Neighbor Club,
uuD,
lon Grange, red.
blue; Della Blades, red.id- Cro(.
G r a n g e , w hile.
bit
lira L ee
d ljj
e e 'Ward R elief Society, blue
Viola Darling,;, blue; Relief Society, blue; Laura
Dlue a&nr\d''^00M
K rM trg0tm M Mt0a0M
0 0 0rM
0 0M0.0 0 0 0 j0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 ^
O ther Sheaf
cheted, white, fine thread: 22nd
nd <-™eheted;
.
* “6 '" '
wue and ,r
Jerom e F F A ,. blue; Valley
W ard R elief Society, biue
^
V a lle y F F A , b lu e; R on BuschFFA, red,
.
whhe,
h o n r , rfed F re d T a t te r s a l l, white,
«
K ohlrabi
Vesta L
a r g e s t s u g a r, b e e t:
Gladys
}chelcd.
_
U n d er 14 inches, crocheted,
Appleton G range, blue;i; Vesta
Larg:
while. J o n e s , re d ; Rex J o n e s , w^hite.
hile.
^
coarse th re ad : Kasota
Morris, red; Dick Handy, while.
d
Reliel
■
Sagehens,
blue; 2nd Ward
B eans
^
Sa
- Lettuce
ppleton Society,
red. Crocheted, while,
a r Loaf
Loaf
So
Valley FFA , blue; Sugar
^G r e a t N o rth e rn : Appleton
fine th re ad : Viola D arling, blue
G r a n g e , b lu e; V a lle y F F A\,, red;
red; f|r
Grange, red.
Gar- and
red.
S u g a r L o af G ran g e, w h ite;;; Garar
Leaf Lettuce
Sugai
_ •
Irange,
■k HanValley FFA . blue; Dick
Han- “'I™
fn bI e a n s : Sugar L o a f G range, |C rocheled, c n 1 o r e d:d: Viola
■ ■
Jrange,
D
arling,
blue. O ther: 2nd Ward
white
P '" * '’ G range, D e
dy, red; Appleton Grange,' white.
Je- Relief
Society, blue; Mrs. Glen
’’
' b lu e ; A ppleton G r a n g e , re5dd;; JeRt
w histler, red.
;xican: W
Appleton G range, blue;, yuiiuy
Valley r o m e F F A , w hile. R e d M exican:
Handkerchiefs
r,r„„p/ A p p le to n G ran g e, b lu e : Valley
Valley
FFA, red; S ugar Loaf Grange,
d: 22nd
nd
^
white. L ace trim m ed, colored:
F F A , r e d ; J e ro m e F F A , white.
while.
lerome
W ard R elief Society, blue;;; Ilelta
R e d K i d n e y B e a n s : Jero
m e Wi
Yellow Onions
ijn med,
red; Gi
G ifford, red. I. a c e (rimmed,
F F A , b lu e; Dick H a n d y ,, red:
Clarence Robinson, blue.
c„„n',
S
u g a r L o af G ran g e, w h ile .. Field
Field w
wlhite: 2d Ward Relief Society,
P a rsle y
^B e a n s : S u g a r L o a f GIrange,---------:::
r a n g e ,^
Dicky H andy, blue; Jerome
I Z " ' b lu e .
,
FFA, red; S ugar Loaf, white.
Alfalfa Seed
|
P a rsn ip s
Valley
„ .
JeroiTie FFA, blue;
Appleton G range, blue;
lewlan,
\
■; Mel- FFA , red; M e l v i n Newlan,
vin Newlan, red.
w hite.
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D O N BROWN’S
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Hot: M ary Rose, blue;
le; Appleton G range, red; Melvin
Newlan, w hite. Sweet: Jerome
FFA, blue; S u g ar Loaf Grange,
Grange,
red; V alley F FA , white.
Pum pkins
Melvin N ewlan, blue; Valley
FFA, red; A pploton Grange,
white.
R h ubarb
Appleton G range, blue;; Sugar
B arley
Ap|
Appleton
Grange, blue:: nor.
Florgpce
ence Bolish, red; Dick Handy,
Handy,
yvhitc
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je
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Jero
G r a n g e , red; Jero m eI FFA,
whlK
w
hite.
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Sugar
Byron Lyons, ’ blue;' Sugar
Byi
Loaf Grange, red; Jero m e= FFA,
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• Variable lound control
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••• VEDecorator
u tla b I
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E " / •'track dial
•• Dual
) 9
Decort light control
•• Variable
D u l l ll
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dial
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E n g in e ered
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R e g u la r $ 1 3 4 .9 5
’U Furaiae® $129
t9
II Furnace $159
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5 “600” Space-Sa^
9 5 1 0 5 .0 0 0 - B T U F <
9 5 i2 5 5 O ® 0 .B T C F i
$' 11J L 5 4
R egular $189,95
HOMEE
SEARS TOTAL HOM
COMFORT CENTER
L e t u s g iv e you a n e stis ti­
m a te to d a y fo r• a to ta l
h o m e c o n d itio n inl gg c e n te r
n o obligation.
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24-hour-a-day comfort
5.000-BTU output for so>lid
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heat exchanger for long
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Series “6^
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W a ll F u r n a c e s
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G et a full 75,000-1
$144.9S
th is d ep en d abRleegular
fu
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9
w ell furnace
A wall
fumnc (Jes!»ied to h e at your 0
tors firstl Yo
You get 35,000 BTU’s of heati
floors
comfort.
For
mfort. F
or inside walls requiring chl
y installation.
ney
Jnstallatlo Com plete w ith thermos
lort enough for basem ent installation
Short
fiimace
m ace chimi
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There li no olilipilon.
oWpilon
Gel 20,000 BTU’s of h e a tln f^AV
w llh
llh tli
this dependable direct-vent u prightt gas fiimace.
fu
No chim ney Is requlredi Quiet-ope
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"Counterflow.”
5 4,9 5 50,00
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long-lnsting protectiq
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Uoolcing
a d B r i g h t e n You
ligWeteigh
roof.
a full 2 ^ pounc
pounds p e r 100 square feet. AsA:
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resistant
to all kinds of w eather.
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lie
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Perfect for cam plnj:. Won t
K is
bum oull O versize muffler
els.
quieter than m ost m odels.
Price
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A handsom e asset to
fo anyone’s
any(
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I t ’s rugged nnd durable.
durnbli
your
w eathering. I d e a l for keeping
kec
luipm en
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la w n and garden equipm
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mi o u t,
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78-inches high. M a d e nf
78-inche
Liality galvanized steel.
w itn green roof, doors
im . IW
iS -inch p o rc h supan d trim
p o rte d1 by oornam ental colu m ns.
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Quick
Mechanic’s hand tools inrive Quick-Relcase
ratchet. Meehan
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dude! 6 combination
combir
wrenches, 5/16 to
t< %-in.; slip jo in t
pliers;
screw(
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>; 3 screwdrivers;
center ond
I
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set and
and rugged Craftsman
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............. $ 1 . 8 8
R«flwlar IJ.59 Uan
Star, IO"
10"
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designer fixtures work w oonders
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h a p articular
affinity for y o u r :
a
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lig h tin g keyed to aparticul
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v orite
furni
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