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Th. M„ E lo Valley Newspaper Dedicated to Serving and Promotlne the Growth of Nine Irrl E ated Idaho Count! 



VOL. 46. NO, 72 



TWIN FALLS. IDAjlO, FRIDAY, JUNE 20. infil 



Electrical Plan 
For 11 Western 

States Unveiled 

WASHINGTON, Juno 2fi (TJPI) — Interior Secretary 
Stewart h. Udull yesterday unveiled a G97 million dollar 
plan fop linking federal, public and private electrical 
- fl yntoms-in-ll Wwttoni-Htui*!H--ttnd"ttyprovWo a WfirltuL 
for Hiirplim, power from Columbia river dnma. ' Udnll 
{old n nowfl eonforenco that the plan cjiIIh for a federal 
investment of 280 million dollars, for construction of 
tnmamitmion lines by the Bonneville power mlmmiHtnv 
tlon and the bureau of rce-" 
htmution. The pln.f Includes 
fl controvoraial proposal -by 
the California power pool — 

coiifibdlug " f Pwdflc Oiui nnd 
Electric company, Southern Cali- 
fornia Edison company and San 
Diego a an am! Electric company 
—to build piwt of the, njfftUm to 1 
connect federal power nystonui In 
Uie Pacific Northwofit' and the 
pacific Southwent. 

A report submitted to con 
gicnn by VJdall said negotiations 
with the private companies unci 
other non-fodoral agencies hud 
resulted In the proposal to build 
(our, cxtra-hlith voltage linen 
\o provide the interconnection. 

The tranmiiliuilnn linen would 
link the HPA iiystom In the Pa- 
cific Northwent, the municipally 
owiikI Los Angelas nyntoin, the 
California power pool, the Cen- 
tral Valley projoct of California 
Bm EI.KCTlUCAlb, Vagfi 2. Col. " 



Jaycccs' Auto 
Safety Clinic 
Set Saturday 

Twin Falbt Junior Chamber of 
Commerce will hold a 10-polnt 
automobile jiafoty chock clinic 
from 10 n.m. until 5 p.m. Sutur- 
day nnd from noon to fl p.m 
Buudny In the 400 block of Sec 
Oiid avenue oiuit. 

Tho Jayoees, who are working 
In cooperation with ntute and city 
polio*, will chock brakes, front 
lislit-i, roar lights, steering, tires, 
uluiuat ayaUm, glaiv&, windshield 
vipers, rear view mlrrori luid the 
■born. 

Each onr that passes tho 10 
yint cheek will have a safety 
mior placed on the -vehicle de.i- 
(jwtlng Uiat tho vehloln Juui 
«ued Uie test Those vehicles 
jut fall to P*** V-Ul bAjwued * 
card llaUrttf tlw Items ylilcli need 

to tap ypiured. ' 

11 tii« lUtmsj nr*'' re pa trod, a, 
ufety sticker will be Issued. TJio 
aa.fety clinic Jj» a free fiorvioe and 
it wax noted that police can lssuo 
a citation if a vehicle in not 
eciulppcd with the safety Item*. - 
Police will not buue cltatlonr. 
at the check point. 

Metvln W. Quale, chairman of 
the clinic, urged evoryono to at- 
tend the free inspection clinic. 

Although seat LwilUi will not he 
Installed during tho safety clinic 
tills week-end, the Jayccon hope 
to hold a cent belt cllnlo later In 
Uie year. 

alio re 1.* not enough manpower 
ivallable at thU time to properly 
conduct both projects, Quale 
listed. 



Fail-grounds 
Building Bids 
Are Opened 

Twin lull* county commlnslon- 
cra took under advisement, Fri- 
day, two bids oubmltted for con- 
struction of a now GO by 120-foot 
building ot tho county , Jnir- 
grouuds, l"llor. 

Oarco, iJpokano, Wash., «ub 
mltted a bid of « 13,20 J for i 
steel typo building -and -Tho wm 
Jflulldorfl, Inc., Twin Kails, aub- 
mltted n $12,002 bid on a But lor 
Hlocl typo building, 

Tom Parks, aecretnry of tlie 
county fair board, wild Friday 
that Oorco is located In £Ipokiuio, 
and him offices In Uoliiii and 
Caldwell. J to noted that It van 
the Culdwell office that kuu 
mltted tho bid. 

Tho fair board building com- 
mittee will utudy tho two bid* 
and the final decblou will be 
made by thu county connnL'uilon- 
er« Monday, W. W. Lowcry aald. 

The new building will bo nr.od 
for Vorlouu things tliroughout 
Uie year, but jnojrt.ly for 
demoiuitratlona, parka noted. 

Ho noted the shell of the 
building Hhould bo completed 
this year but It will not be fin 
tidied until next year. 



Plaque Dedicated 
To Brother by 
Robert Kennedy 

HERUN, Juno 2fl mm— At- 

tonwy Qonenil Uobort F. Ken- 



nedy f| 
lo do i 



ew Into WuKt Berlin today 
lea to k plnmio* to Ilia 



Heat Wave 
Continues in 
California 

By Unltod l'r«w Intrr.mtiotuJ 

A amolderlng heat wave burn- 
ed through tho California 
terlor -'Mcaui today and leapt 
<«nder-dry_tor*aU In danger cf 
deatrtlotlon. BciittoredTthuiider- 
ahowors rolled in from the gulf 
Hcrojwi Florida. 

About 100 flrefl broke out in 
California, foreut and brush land 
yesterday and a pilot Was killed 
when hU Jlro-flghtiug plane 
crashed Into Prossor dam near 
Truckcc. 

Tho itimVHirature hit 120 de- 
groon at Furnace Crook In Cal- 
ifornia's Death valloy region 
yesterday, m liming the hl^lieat 
temperature ever recorded In tho 
United Btnte* by 14 ilogrees. 
Palmdule, Calif., awelterod In 
lOn-denrce boat. 

A thundenitorm packing V0- 
mUo-an-hour winds sent four 
watenipoutJi spinning ncraw tho 
bny at Tampa, Fin., unci drench- 
ed tho city with 1,75 IiicIicji of 
rain. Tho waterspouts failed to 
touch land. 

A fow thundorohowcni dotted 
thu Dakota* and Mhmwotu to- 
day and fotf npread Inland from 
tho Paolflc on the Went coast. 
Elnewhero nkies waa montly clear 
and temperature* were montly' 
warm. 




TEN i 



t-'IUEMKN, POLICKMKN, r#-«eue Hipmdit and niu»y plnoeii «f rqiilpmeiit crowd arra In vlclnfly or 
truck, Imekjc round, whleii wuh loatleil with ammonium nitrate when It cuuslit fire and exploded 
near Ulroudfilmrif, Pa., early Friday. In rrmip, eoiiter, atrnttdmr lwurer* curry oii« of Injured to- 
ward walliur aiuhulance. Tii« filiuit killed at hmiit uU nentoim, injured 10 ami left a 10-root-drep 
eraUir. The exploalo u freed Imiidredn of polsonoua itiuhM from a nearby reptile farm, (AP wlre- 
pholo) 



: Testifies 

CHICAGO, Juno 20 (Ul'jJ— 
Tho "mlii.'ilii|[ wltneiis" In 
, tlu; JiuncJi 11, Hoffu 25- 

I million-dollar fraud trial 
appeared lu court today 
and announced ho Is ready 
to tentlfy for tho govern- 
ment. 
Erlo Bhlnkel. chief book- 
! keeper foi' ouci of the MV- 
en men clmrgcd with Hoffa 
■jln the alloued conspiracy, 
■waa . wqMcted to Identify 
. financial records which the 
KOvcnune nt. oonaldera vital 
toTlU oose. 

£Uilnkel wo* found In a 
Miami, Fla„ h o« p 1 1 a I, 
where ho mild he wan un- 
dergoing treatment for a. 
heart ailment. 



brother on the first anniversary 
ct tin? late Prcnldent'n momor- 
Ible vi t to tho divided city. 

John F. Konnody won tho 
taarW of West Borllners on 
Jui» at IMS, when he climaxed 
, i tiumj tuoun tour of West Ber- 
lin by leclurlng: 

"Ic li ii oln Borllncr" (I am a 
fcerllnc .) 
'niouluidii of West Derllnerfl 
Itve Klinnedy a friendly wol- 
w me, lint It was a mid crowd 
Whereto to honor tho lute Prual. 
dint, 



Loan Approved 

WASHINGTON, June 25 Ml— 
Approyiu of a 5000,000 loan for 
an Idaho electrical cooperative 
wan reported today by Itep. 
ttuipli Utudlug and Ben, Frank 
Church, Idaho Demncruts. 

Tho loan, by the rural elec- 
trification ncthllnlslratlon, goes 
to tho Itaft Rlvor Jlural Kloctrlc 
cooporatlve, Malta. It wilt fl- 
nanco construction of 135 miles 
of distribution line* to nerve 
now con/iinnunf. 



Johnson's 
Group Hit 
By Scranton 

Dirrnorr, June 20 aire— Gov. 
William Scranton lilt out at the 
Joluuvon administration today lor 
not beliovlnp; In the futuro and 
at the dold water wing of (he 
Itopubllcnn party for trying to 
Ignore tho future. 

Nfllther -effort, tho Republican 
piv-'ildontlal iiopoful, said, will lot 
tho nation achieve groatnoKn. 

Tho remarks came during 
/ipeech to a Detroit prosu club 
lunch an the governor continued 
his bid to win the OOP presiden- 
tial nomination. Tonight lie wan 
duo to havo a private meeting 
with the atnte's 40 delegates and 
4(t alternate!; to the National Ito- 
publlcnn convention. Tho vast 
bulk are pledged to support aov. 
Ooorge Itomnoy as a favorite son 
during early balloting at the con- 
vention. 

In his preiw club speech Scran- 
ton fiiikl, "the Johiuiou adminis- 
tration In Washington tloci not 
believe In tho futuro. It would 
foruatull tlvo future by employing 
tho nionsod iwiwor of the federal 
ttovenimant to hararji and to idow 
down the urovvth of our economy. 



Magic Valley Water 
Flow Remains High 

A totnl of 13,740 hccoikI foot of water in flowing over 
Shoshone falls at tho prefumfc time, reporta R, II, Sey- 
mour, Milner dam c;iro taker. Tho water will bo shut 
off in up.qtream rc.scrvoh'H arotlnd July '1 and tho fallH 
will ho nlmont dry within 2*1 hmira aftorvvni'dH, Seymour 
Hoyfl.. Water at Milner dam hua gone down nnd is now 
beneath tho bridtfo. Tho brido;o, which had been covered 
by tho heavy flow, will bo in operation as aoon as iho 
h-I o/hway-department-ro- 



pairs it, Seymour adds. 
Water had atavtcd to ro- 
cedo Wedneaday morninj? 

at Magic reservoir, but has 
Vnlsed .10 of a foot ulnco thu 
because of tho warm wort Hit 1 
molting more snow, snys Leon 
Qrleve, manager of the Big Wood 
Canal company. The whUt level 
bi only three nnd out; -half 
inches from tho top and may 
overflow .the dam again. Tho 
wator has run over tho dnm 
twice this year. 

If tho water docn flow ove 
the dam again, furuiL-rii with 
!itonigo-irrl«atlon rights will ho 
allowed to start ovor on their nl 
lotniont-i, Orlovo jinyn. 

Froiilon hint not been too no 
tlceablo at tho reservoir, Orlo- 
r>ayn, but when tiio idalo fli>h nnd 
game department made a check, 
3,000- noro feet of idll was found 
on tho bottom, which had ac- 
cumulated over a B0-ycar period 
There In a l,(i00-i;i:ci>nd-fo<)t 
flaw on the Ulu Wood river now, 
with the highest amount thin 
year Juno 10-17 at -',1!10 second 
foot. The river hn* been decrea.i 
ing In the pant few days, Grieve 
reporlii. Tho flow Was 1.0! 
ond feet Monday. 

The highest tho river has ovor 
run, 4,(140 iiocond feet, was June 
13, 1021, and In May, 105(1, and 
10BB. 

Tho Mllnor-anodhig cmial linn 
beeii cut since Saturday to about 
1,200 Jiocond feet because of 
nmir break In tho ea.st bank 
iioutli of the railroad near Hiuv 
elton, Orlove nays. 
Intake nt Salmon rci.tr voir hiu 
ce WATi:it, Pure 2, Coin m i) 4 





Saigon Is 
Rocked Witlx 
3 Explosions 

SAIOON. South Viet Nam, 
June 20 W — TJiree explosion.'; 
within a few mlnuUiu rocked 
pails or Saigon todny. One at 
Saigon airport occurred shortly 
after Lieut, don. William " 
Westmoreland, commander 
U.S. forces in South Vict Nam, 
addressed somo departing troops. 

Another blojit damaged tlie Vi- 
etnamese Intelligence agency of. 
fico next to the residence of- Pre- 
mier Nguyen Khanh. Tho thin 
occurred In a Silicon slum area. 

Tho airport Immblifa was thi 
only one believed to bo the wor 
of communist ttirrorisU. Oni 
child died of Injuries In the slum 
area explosion. 
Tho airport bomb exploded in 
i empty VJotnnmcw) airline 
hangar. 

Tho blast, apparently caused 
by a high oxplonlvo charge, 
off about FiO yards from whore a 
military Boeing 707 jot trunnpor 
was parked to take U.S, j^rvico- 
men home. 

Two of the Americana waiting 
to board Uie plane, botli army 
ani[t-r.s, suffered minor arm 
wounds and wore treated at the 
'.cone, The piano was unloaded 
and all baggage aboard was 
Marched boforo the Jot took off, 
There was speculation tho 
bomb might -havo been Intended 
for planting aboard the Jet 
transport, but was abandoned by 
-rrorlsts when they believed 
ley might bo cauijht. 
The bomb wns obout 200 yards 
from the civilian air terminal at 
tho airport. 



Truck Blast Kills? 
6 Persons, Frees 



Jerome Horse Gets! 
Grand Champion No 

FILKH, Juno 20 — .loo Sharon, owned by Ted vi 
non, .lerome, whh named trrand champion ntallim| 
the Appiilnnnii clium an tho Muffle Valley WoHtorn lb 
allowed opened Friday mnruintr. Renervo ehanipinn t 
lion award wont to Minidoka Sumnk, owned by 
Wiltum, Buhl, duriiur the tr null no; in the halter clui 
for Appnlmnm anil y,nu\o hnrsun. Filly Slierb, ow 
by Bull Roneljerry, inul Verda ItOHolierry, Joro: 
: wim named irrand ehamj 

Korean War- 
Fails to End 
U.S. 



Fighting 



l2*f E >»VHH 1.MH ut doer «f Jepu'w Harbreiie, ownril by 

• & Hi.i B r.,. HU . Jtvimm walk* In water eoveHnj deek 
« twUuwit io »how level at tlvw wWob ba» xiBta 



In tlm laMt fn\v dayu lireuuKn all liputrcmn re«ervolm are full 
nnd H Imavy runoff Iiuh poured from the Hi'iatcn river watershed, 
KuiidlMI" »fe l lllod l>i front of the rioek Bntr*no« to keep water 
out ot th* eiUblUdimtiit. <Tlme«-Now« pholo) 



Red Guerrillas 
Reported Killed 
In Viet Nam 

SAICION, Huuth Viet Nam, 
June 2(| Mi— -More than 100 com- 
munist guerillas may have been 
killed hi a major battle with <mv- 
tirniut:nt troops yesterday, re- 
ports reaching Saigon indicated 
today. 

The battle took plnco no mlli 
northeast of tho capital In the 
sumo area whero government 
troops suffered u serious rever- 
sal Inst Friday. 

The annuity toll , in (he latest 
nncmmlrr could not. be confirm - 
id Immediately. Pi-lalls were 



MAItSHAU-K CltKKK, Ph., Juno 'M> (/P)— A Iruclc carrvlnp; 15 tons of e; 
hJvuh— amnumium nitrate and- dynamite— caught fire and exploded jimt h< 
dawn today, killing nix ami injuriiur 10. Tho hlant (J up; a crater 10 feet rteop an 
wide a few milc» aouth of IhU Tocono mnuntnln reHort towi), It tore apart a rd 
farm and freed htmdredrt of analciifi— .toino of thinn poi.ionoiiM. I'olieo ntalked 
with their aervice revnlver.i 
and believed- they killed 
mo.'it of them. Killed were 
three volunteer firemen, a 
truck driver who had slopped al 
tho KceiiR, a woman riding In a 
Btallonwngon anil n vacationing 
school teaoher who left Iho near 
by holel of hl.4 fiLtlier when tin 
fire broke out. 

Tile driver of the etiptoded 
truck, Albert Koda, 61, Port Cur- 
bon, Ph., Was quoted by state po 
lice I.leut. Albert Wiula as i.uy- 
lug he wa.i driving along mil 
201) when hut two th'.ht reur llv 
blew out. Koda said he pulled off 
the hliilnvny and parked lu an 
open men In front of Iho reptile 
farm. 

Ktuli\ wan quoted nr. r.ayhifl he 
fell asleep for a tlmn and then 
wulked away to call his home of- 
fice for help. He Mild there was 
no fire when he loft nnd wn.'i at a 
, l*> iiny who cnlted the lire 
department. 

hree fire truck;: from llm vol- 
unteer Marshalls Creek flrn feta- 
tion iei.|iondcd to the call and 
arrived Just as Hut truck explod- 
ed, fire officials said. ' 

All three trucks were destroyed 
lu tho blast and three firemen 
killed. ICodu, wait not Injured. 

Fl icemen at the scene, along 
with local and state police, 
nuked down and killed rattle- 
akeu, copperheads and cobnui 
L'ed by the blust. 
Windows wore blown nut In 
homes n;i far away aa StroudJi- 
buig, 10 mlleu away. 

HomiM In the immediate vicin- 
ity wero shattered, doors blown 
off and windows knocked out. 

Wlllnnm Paescb, U0, nnltlinore, 
Mil., and his wife wore In their 
intlonwugon Junt behind the 
truck. 

[ r.aw fliujios and In no more 
than a matUr of uicondA I saw u 
large r«4 glow and hoard an ex- 
pltwion," rio tisiUl. 

His wife was killed l>i_thfl__J!*- 
ploal0ii7~^Icv;pital offlclaU Jiaicl 
sho died of an apparent concun- 
r.lon. Pae;u:h wnji treated for cuts 
and bruises and released from 
Monroe county general hospitul 
at stroudsburg. 

OtJier dead were tentatively 
Identified on flremou r^eonard 
Moslcr, Kurl Mlller'nnd Kd Holas. 
Also reported killed win John 
Reglna, son of the owner of Ite- 
glna hotel. Scattered remains of 
another person wore found. 
Hctt TRUCK III. A ST, Vg, 2, Co]. B 



TOKYO, Jlllio 23 (IIP0 — .The 
14th anniversary of the .start' of 
the Korean war today found the 
United States still losing liven 
ami spending money to frustrate 
communL'it ambitions hi Asia. 

American servicemen were on 
duty along a broad arc rmmliiff 
thoieiandn of mllo.'i from' north- 
ern J up an to the Himalaya 
mountains of India. 

Their r, hlef antagonist war, 
Communist Chin a, a nation 
wlia-.n leadeni are (Indicated to 
proving to the world that the 
United Htnteji has no role to 
pltiy In the Fur lCust. 

Financially, the struggle 
nidiliuit Asian communism nUII 
cost.* tho U.S. taxpayer mlllloufl 
of dollars dally. 

Tho war In Vlot Nam through 
nioht of tlie last yenr Inm been 
oported to be costing -1J1 rnlU 
lion doll urn a day, «nd now ap- 
propriations by cafigjMUi ox* 
expected to boast tho flgur* 
Bhortl y. 



Civil Rights 
Marchers Are 
Attacked 

ST. AUOUSTINli:, flu., June 
20 Ull-Gov. FarrJs Bryant flew 
to St. Augustine today for an 
liiiipecttan of a racial revolt situ- 
ation reaching a now height of 
Violence. 
A screaming mob of hundred;; 
whiten attacked civil rjghtii 
morchers last' night nnd tho In- 
tegration loador, Dr. Martin 
Luther King, said only the re- 
fusal of Ncgroc.-i to retaliate 
saved- the city from a bloody 
iiluht of terror." 

In flying to St. Augustine, 
Dryant bypassed a federal court 
hearluu at Jncksonvlllo, where 
he had been ordered to appear 
to show cause why ho nhould 
not* be held in contempt. 

U. s. Dint. Judge llryan Simp- 
son had issued the order after 
Dry ant placed a ban on night 
di'inoii.'.trationji at St. Aunujillne 
Judgu had held previously 
that .Mich a ban violated freedom 
.peech and assembly, 
ho uovernor went to national 
rd headquarters here to set 
up mi 'office for conferences with 
community -leaders. He did not 
say whether ho would talk with 
iCInn's forces, . 

lout III) persons were treated 
txanilnod al a hospital, and 
one was admitted for a rib frac- 
iire. after last nlglit'ji H.isaulls. 



U. N. Asked 
To Solve 
Cyprus Crisis 

WASHINGTON, Juno 2U (Al— 
Ualked hi efforts to setup direct 
talkjt between Oroece nnd Tur- 
key, tho Johnson administra- 
tion today turned to the United 
Nations for an ea-ilng of tho ex- 
plosive CypruM crhlfl. 

After four days of apparently 
unsucccwiful personal diploma- 
cy, preaklcnt Johiuxm dtiipatthed 
Underjiecretnry of State Ocorgo 
W. Hall, Ilia Cyprus trouble 
iihooter, to New York to report 
to U. N. oflclals on the mult'i 
of bin talk:; with Turkish Prime 
Minister Ismet Inonu and Oreek 
Prima Minister aeorgo Paun 
dreou. 

Fearful of open warfare be 
tween the two North Atlantic 
Treaty organisation allies, John- 
sou tried to convince Inonu and 
Fapandrcou they should open 
direct diplomatic negotiations on 
a Cyrus notUcment. 

Tho areek Cyprlotn outnum- 
ber the Turkish minority on Cy- 
prus almost 6 to 1, and arceco 
advocate; 1 self-determination for 
the eastern Medltcrannau island. 
Turkey firmly rejects isnoabi— 
union of cyprutr with areece. 

Joluu.on told both men tliclr 
countries would have to nuike 
concesslonn, but argued this Is 
in 'tho Interest of preventing a 
war between 'NATO.. allUvi and 
blocking u new cominlimi.Ht thnif.t 
into the area. The Soviet Union 
reportedly promised heavy arms 
nlil to the Oreek Cypriot govern- 
ment. 



HIIX IK HI- NT 

WASHINGTON, June 211 W— 
Tha i.euute sent to President 
tolmj.on today the blll lncii-anlng 
tJic temporary national debt cell- 
ing by I) billion dollum to 
billion dollars. 



mare in tho jr r a d o cl"i 
and Roelty, owned by IjI t 
Brown, IIap;urman, 1 
namod reaorve ehampioi 

More than a 50 entries t 
been received for the three- 
show at the fairground- 1 , at) 
Mrs. Dean Vlckcis,. kIiow Br' 
tary. , * 1 

Judgon Friday morning 
Ttuiiie Luuctuaer, -grftde hoi 
and Dan Op.o, Laweu, Ore., 
palnosa hortios. 

Halter clius ratlngrt were 
pleted Friday afternoon iui(l_ 
followed by eliminations in 
trail chiKRon. 

Toulght'ii ehow begiiui at 
p.m. with a clover lenf bu> 
raeo slated iui the first ove 
Other clOBiicn w\U Include we 
em pleasure for men, trail el 
111 yoaro and under, WesU 
horsemanship lo years nnd u 
tier, calf roping, xirnlght burn 
mimical chairs, upon relnl 
girls' calf tying and Arabl 
costuuio claJUi. 

FlVo of tho 11 (jiloeu conte 
niita will perform during tl 
evonlng'A liliow, Tha other 1 
will rldo at tho Saturday ovenl 
ehow and on Sunday ujterno 
t}lo b\x fluallfita will oompi 

tgr tlu*_flil«en title. 

The It ooutcstaiiU aires- 
have lieou Judged on speech *> 
personnllty at a party held t\ 
them lo^t Saturuay, reporta 
Vlcker.l. Tlioy now will not polll 

ln_rl(llng and appt!aruiico,_ai - 
the one receiving tho I110 
jiolnts will be presented t> 
trophy cuddle and a number 
other prhuu. Julilce 'Hoxui 
Mountain Home, Is this year 
reigning, queen. 

Prominent 
Idaho Water 
Expert Dies , 

IDAHO FALLS, Juno 211 tM- 
Lynu Crandall, 7(1, prominent 
water authority and one of tlm 
archltecL'i of southern Idalio'fl 
water development program, died 
at hbi homo In Idaho Falls today, 
Crandall had been |n the hos- 
pital for treatment of a second, 
heart attack for about a month,, 
hut lott-tho hospital a fow dayi 
ago. 

Crandall, who.™ water engi- 
neering knowlodgo was* promt- 1 
neut lu drafting plans for Tall-! 
sades dam, had been Identified! 
with irrigation development in 
Idaho since the early 1030'b. Ho 
d as Snake river district 3(1 ' 
waterniar.ter five yearn ago nftcr , 
121) years oil tho Job. I 
Water authorities tln'ouuhoilt 
the West consulted him on Irri- 
gation matters. 

Hlr. crisp analyses of Jrrlgntloti 
problems were notable for their 
accuracy. lib decL'don.i settled 
many n water issue lu the slide. . 

Horn at Ithlca, N.Y.. ho was 
the deiicoiulant - of Elder John | 
Crandull, a llaptlst minister who 
helped found Providence, II. I., 
Ith nojter Williams. ' 
He worked at several Jobs fn 
Utah and Idaho and In KO wn.t 
appointed . comml.uioner of Uio 
court In- charge of water (llstrl- 
liu I Ion and i.tudy of water con- . 
dltioiw lu the Illg Lwt ltlver val- ! 
ley of Idaho. 



2,000 Expected to Attend Mexican 
Fiesta Planned Saturday for Buhl 



Traffic Deaths 

Idaho 

196H 100 

1963 .' 78 

Magic Valloy 

1964 15 

1963 15 



IIUHL, June 2(1— Some 2.000 
lersons are expected to ennvem 
n Huh) tin tu rd ny for the Mi<kI 
can fluda honoring migrant 
workers, Miy» ' William FLOier 
chairman of the merchnnls com- 
mittee of the Buhl Chamber ol 
Commerce. 

The colorful event is directed 
by Jesse IJenMlb Twin Falls, tdnle 
director fur ''iiilimuit workers. 
It will include a parade, uamiui 
nnd races '/or children, religloim 
proco.'iidous and a dance, 

Highlight will bo the mi ecu 
content to select a miceu from 
Magle Valley .labor campii, Oon- 
iostnnls are Maria llaldenui, 
Huh) latter camp; Delia llojiui, 
Twin Falbt labor camp; AugellU 



Qulntnnllla, Huxfllton, nnd Maria 
l-'az, Murtaiigh. Candidates fraiu 
Jerome und Wendell will be an- 
nounced Saturday. 

Festivities will open with ti 
parade ut li:'dQ^ p.m. The parade 
will form at' the parking lot 
of Huby'ji diner on South Hroad- 
woy avenue, move down Hrond- 
way to Looust utreet and the city 
hall corntT, then west to 'l'wuKlli 
uvenue, south to Muln streiit, 
down Main to tha Huhl Imple- 
tnont parking lot, 

At the Implement parking lot 
queen catidldntoH will be pra- 
Kontrd followed by a program of 
Mexican dances. At 4;30 p.m., 
youugsttiK will' compete in var- 
ious conteiiU and games In £ust- 



niim park, lo be highlighted with 
n Mexican Plnata. holding candy 
treats supplied- by, tho local 
chamber. All children of tho 
community nro Invited to par- 
ticipate. 

The religion* procession of tho 
fiesta will start ut. 0 p.m. und 
move toward tho Huhl Outhollu 
Church of tho Immaculate Con- 
ception with tho ceremony un- 
der direction .of the Ut, ttov. 
Msgr. Edmund . H. Oody, Twin 
Falls, 

Selection and crowning of that 
queen are wet for t p.m. hi the/ 
mriil Implement lot to bo fol- 
lowed by u short prourum. Tho 
event will conclude with a danco 
ut it p.m. In tho Huhl American 
Leg ton hall. ' 



/iday, Juno 26, 1964 
Twin Falls Tlmas-Nows 



Ipath Takes 
in Spraguc 
Burlcy * 

, June 2d — Tien I 
r, died Thursday 1 
i MemnrUl ho*ph«!. 
was bom March 34. IHS7. ■ 
held, III., and married Ell'n 
JHiUhnusw, at American Kit lb. 
1)16. fihe 'died ill 1033. He 
fpod Esther Tuuiu lii iiur ki- 
ll. 

played prdfi-n*li»tml ha.iehsl) 
young man In tin- thrrt* "I" 
if. Jin raiiur'io Iditho nnd 
■d In Itot-ktand, 
•s leaded. Later he 



operated Spnuri 
i. Thti iitifJnrv. Jntv lirt-ii 
t*me locution lor the riUI 

■.-apca«ao"..hclpeJ^liilr<>dui 
".ball lit the liorlclniwl are 
rved ns l)aMiir«i"ini»n««i 
he llurlev tnnl-Jiro U-am and 
Magic Valley Cowimy 
ter. Hp served on Hi 

board o! directors (or 
ral yearn. 

s km ii member of the Uur- 
MethodlM churrli. a Pn»t 
nber of the Hurley Ilninry 
>, Mid tiln Hurley Elks lodge 
the pn.it 4f) year... 
jrvjvorw l»r)iidi' hi* widow, 
ley; one Min. W. Ueimy 
Hurley; thrre dnugll- 
Mm. IIrl.'il Oiwklll. Idaho 
tu-ttv I/iu Knud-ion. 
lateHo, and Mr.*. Kllaibetli 
Mountain Home; -tint 
Ithcr, William M. Hjvajnie, 
Nuys. Calif.; in umndchll- 
aiid one great-grandchild. 
I vu preceded in death by 
Mil, Hlchurd Hprnguc 



Weather, Temperatures 

MAOK- VAU.EY — Partly cloudy fodsjr. tonight and Saturday 
with aealtered afternoon and evening thunderahowera, Wind* east- 
erly eeeaslnnslly ID to 20 miles an hour, wlth_tUxher gust* this 

■ ftrrnooii. Cooler Katurday. lllfhs today U-M, Hatorday U-RHi 
low l on I* hi 51-81, except Camti prairie high* H3-89 today, 78-K 
Saturday; lowi tonifbt 44-50. Outlook for Sunday partly cloudy 
with chanee of a tmW ihowfri or thunderahowera. Temporal urea 
mt H a.m.: ff.1 at Jerome. 73 at T. F. weather hur^au wllh 46 prr 
rent humidity, 12 at T. F. e n torn o lory laboratory with W per rent 
hiJHilillly, at Itupert, 62 at Fairfield, 72 at Buhl, 67' at Caalle- 
fnrd, 611 »1 Urn dell; ai noon, K7 ak T. F. weather bureau with IB 
|wr rnit humidity. Harometeri 30,0.1. Holl temperature*: At T- V., 
fmir-lnrh 71, elKht-lncb-ll!i,-20-ln«Ii (11, sa-fneh Mj tare*. Inch levi 
At Until 71, at Ciatlernrd 73, al Wendrll go. 

FIV£-1>AV FORECAST 
The i»*a» prraaure pattern alnlt through Wednesday »h(v 

■ lightly lower preMure al'i'iK the PaeJrlo Northwrat Hiatea and 
Into the nnrlhrm Intermoaitlaln re^loti, with hlfher preaaure In 
the r«>ilerii Tarlflr. With a Westerly northwraterly flow tit 
air rxprrtril Ihln tile I uterinum* tain region by the flmt of next 

ck, ihr Imt *[icll at thn pAit (wii or Ihrrti daya wl)| hf giving 
rd*U>' w * y '" ' <>wr '' temperaturea In the Valleys of southern Idaho, but 
V and for tho t**i*t 40 vrars)' 1 "' ri, *< ,rH i * ir "honld b* movlnf ynore to the north of Ihew agri: 
and lor In* pu>l 40 | r , lt( ur»l valleys. Temperature through Wednesday therefore will 

. , I average frmu two to flvr decrees above normal. Normal tempera 
-...iLltures for Ihr hrst five day- are (inndlnr; Bi-tl, Twin Falls 0.f-£( 
and hurley H!-*IK 

Frontal mnvement In Idahu will remain .rather alatlonary 
th'nuifh murh of- the- nai^t- flve-daya ultli scattered ■flern"i"' ._»"*! 
fvcnlng ^blinderahowerri poaalhle In aouthwealern Valleys and thi 
nortbrrn areas of anuthreillral and aoiilheaateni Idaho valleys 
Into the first of thu Week. Khowers will beoomo a little l 
numerous over all valleys of southern Idaho by mid week, flow 
precipitation through Wednesday will bo qui to Ufht with total 
amounts fr lie rally ,10 nf an Inch or lemt, 

Kunshlnr will remain quite abundant ranilnf around R0 to UK 
p*-r rent of poaaJble. Increaalnf eloudlneaa during afternoon and 
rvenlllt hours with deoreaalnf cloudiness during the night 
*arly morning hours will be the trend through Wednesday. Winds 
will he alronger and at times gusty during afternoon hours, but 
early morning and late afternoon winds will be mostly light. Soli 
temperature* will reach a peak over the. Week-end with lomt cool- 
ing Into the first of the week. Headings at the three- to elghl-lnoh 
depth will nngo moally In the 70s and Into the mid 80s, 

Favorable weather for farming activities will continue Into the 
middle of next week over the valley* of. southern Idaho with pos- 
sible t If red shower activity causing lillle. If any, delays. Hange- 
lands and trop growth will make good advanrrs from the past 
wel weather and warmer weather now existing; 6'rop vpraylng 
and inserl control operations wilt continue to find period* dur- 
ing early momlnr and late afternoon In which work ean be done. 
Haying and field cultivation will continue to be major farm aotlvl- 
tie* over the week-end. 



ineral wrvlccs will be Bin- 
led ot 'J p.m. SaUiriiay In tin 
'Hey Methodist church by the 
Jiv. J»atil l.udlow. concluding 
i*S will be held at IMfroJttuit 
'ftw cemetery under the direc- 
of the Hurley Kilts lodge, 
nds inny call at tho l'ayne 
irtuary t-fiduy atinrnoon niui 
nln« and until time of Krrvlceji 
urday. 



Khrushchev 
Dances to 
Swedish Tune 

BTOOKHOIM. Sweden, June 38 
S*>vlet ' Premier • Khrushchev 
Jnvlally prrm:A<ifd hl« lonjf-Jiuf- 
ferlnK foreign minister. Andre) A. 
Clromyko, to Join him In a dnnce 
to Bwedlsh folk music today. 
"Hhako a ' Ick, Oromyko 
holited the Bovlet (eniler aJi ho 
pmnmd in n nwayinu olrcln nlnnu 
wltti Sweden's aiiatrre Boclallst 
premier, Tmge Krlander. 

The dance took, plnoe on a 
trrayel - covered terrace outside 
tho' Skosaholrns manor houso to 
which the Swedlah uovernment 
hud invited ' Khrushchev, for 
Junrh. ' ■■* 

He was In a playful mood 
after returning to Stockholm 
from an overnight stay at Harp- 
nuncl, ICrlander's country resi- 
dence. It was there that he arsb- 
bfid the oarn of a rowboat and 
rowed Krlander across^ a '300- 
ynrd-wlde lake dn a display of 

"hlBrraptritxr' — 

A group of seven Owediah folk 
dancers performed for Khru- 
schev when h« arrived at the 
manor house. Fiddlers acconv 
panted tho men ■ and women 
dancers. 



Twin Falls News in Brief 



Fidelia claaa of the First Bap- 
tut church will hold Its regular 
jitvo meetlnv Sunday Immedl 
*\y following jChurcb service 
i the church. Families are ask- 
ei to bring lunches and table 
mrvlce. Hot rolU and bevoraieH 
. 11 be rurulshed. A short bilsl- 
mjut rVi^etliiK will be iujlcl and a 
piOKram will be given. 

Examinations for counselor nltlH 
ard ymi(h advisers will be given 
at nil local public employment 
aervlce otilr.ua at 0 a.m. Bntur« 
d»V, Instead of Friday as pre- 
viously announced. 

The name of Howard Johnson* 
superintendent of the parks and 
recreation deportment, was left 
out of tho picture outlines In 
Thursday's edition of tho TlmcM- 
NeWH bccuUNe of a mechanical 
error, Johnson was pictured on 
tflf ritcht and Chad Brown lug, 
recreation director, was on tho 
left. 



The Rev. Warren L. Howell, 

rector of tho Church of the As- 
cension Episcopal, will be In- 
structor for the first aesslon of 
the Episcopal church camp con. 
feronce center for boys and' girls, 
to be held Jurie 29 through July 
4 at. Paradise Point/near McCsll, 
This It«v. Mr. Howell will return 
to Twin Palla for Independence 
day services July 5. 

'■■ Funeral services for Dorrfll 
Denn will be held at 11:34) n.tri. 
Saturday In Ileynolda funeral 
chapel by the Rev. Martin 'i^r- 
rence, Instead of Klmberly OhrlJ. 
tlan church. Final rites will be 
held In Sunset Memorial park. 

Freedom rally will be held nt 8 
p.m. Friday In the basement 
the First Baptist church. Ninth 
avenue east and Bhnshone streot 
Tho meotltlif In not bolJifc*, lield 
to organ Ire a Carl Mc In tire com- 
mittee, as previously reported to 
the Times-News, the Rev, Ernest 
Haaselblad says. 



Valley Traffic Courts 



Magic Valley 
Funerals 

BEHLY — Funeral services 
• Terry Lee fcrickxon will be 
Did at 10 a.m. Saturday in 
Bhlte mortuary by the M«v. 
rtln Terrene*. Final riles will 
held at Bunset Memorial 



.TWIN FALLS — Funeral serv- 
for Mrs. Elizabeth Ortst will 
conducted at 1 p.m. Monday 
Whit a Mortuary chapel by 
ion Doty, Jehovah's Wltne.uc:). 
il anal rite* will be hold at Twin 
( WU cemetery. Friends may call 
i the mortuary until 13:30 p.m. 
londay. 

klMBERLY— Punnrnl services 
yr Darroll Dean will be held at 
-in. Saturday In Reynold's 
liners! chnpcl wltli tho Hev. 
iartin Torrence bfliclatliig. Fl- 
Jtl rites will be held at 8 unset 
JemoriaJ park. Tho family sug- 
>ts memorial contributions ba 
«de to tho Christian Church 
. tund.""OontribuUona - may 
sent to Uio Klmberly Christl- 
churcli or left at the Reynolds 
moral chapel. 



>wiuvllU 



i:»Uoni>u4, 



RUPERT— Funeral aervloes for 
LSrs. Efflo May Robertson Has 
yiUARAii will bo conducted at : 
Mondny \i\ the Minidoka 
Ktate tabernacle by D a 1 b n r ' 
Jluckley, bishop's oounselor. Con 
fcludlnir rites will bo hold nt; Rup- 
Ifert ooniBtery. Friends may call at 
llpie Payne mortuary In liurloy 
j Buhday afternoon and evening, 
iltuid at Uio place of service at 1 
|[tp.m. Monday. 

BURL—Funeral swvloes for 
Ernest Wilson Miller will bu 
iconductetl nt 3 p.m. Monday In 
,tho Buhl Flmt United I're.iby 
terlan churcli by the Rev. Cal« 
[K. Olson. OontrlbutlmiK may be 
imado to tho Buhl Preitbytorlan 
churcli mcmnrlal fund. Friends 
may cull nt Urn AlberUon-Dlclt- 
ard funeral homo timn noon un- 
til B p.ni- aundiiy mid until 1 
p,m. Monday, Concluding rites 
will bo hold at the Buhl ceme- 
tery. 



SYNOPfltH AND AGRICULTURAL- SUMMARY 
Currently, the HUtlonnry front continues to prodtico wcattcred 
rlnuds ovrr the valleys of r-outh centra! Idahho, Temperatures con- 
tinunt to rl5« yesterday with Rupert r^ordlnif n 07 /or the highest 
dnytlniM teniperaturrii in the state. Scattered fthowcrn and thunder- 
flhoM'fcs hi Jiouthcentral vnllcys produced generally less than 
mftttsilroablii amounts of rainfall, although Buhl received .OA of 
an Inch of rain accompanied by light hall. 

Partly cloudy to locally cloudy skies are forecast through Bun- 
day with scattered showers or thunderstorms In Urn afternoon and 
evening hours for much of southern M&liov The high presauro 
aloft over tho Jntmnountaln reidon will continue to hold another 
day or two bofore allowing copier air to'slip northaattwttrd. Te.m- 
prroturo roodlngs will remain mostly unchanged today hi these 
valleys with some slight cooling on Saturday. Highs today will 
range from tho mid BOs Into the mid Don and on Saturday from tho 
low 80s to the low 00s. Minimum temperatures tonight will be In 
the mid 40s to tho low AOs. 



TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION 
Highest temperature Thursday, lowest temperature last 13" hours, 
precipitation for 'ji hours ending at fl run, CUT. :' 



!!■¥, Min. I'otf. 



M.nml.U 

Mi.lUn.l. T.x. 



I>ulullt 

v.i p.... — - — „ 

Worth 



Jack." 



ir-MU«. 



K*o*" ciir . : — t 

v. B .» P 

I.tlU- lt<«ik _ , — i 

L-m A« H .l-* I 

tJoniu tomiwrftturo 



Norlt, I'LU. — 
()kUlii>m« City . 

()nl»h* „ 

l'U(l..l-[|ihU 

l'l,«.oU . 



Halt I.I.W. CIIV . 



111. HC». Mavl* 



lllllSlOl 



Idahoang Gte 
Proof for 
Teton Project 

WAaifiNOTON, June 3fl W- 
Recent floods were ctted by Ida- 
ho /armors today as proof they 
need a 53-mll lion -dollar water 
project on tho Teton river. 

The farmers and other Idaho 
ami testified at a house Interior 
subcommittee hearing on an nu< 
thorlaatlon bill for the Lower To. 
ton project fn southeastern 
Idaho. 

Tho project, Including- Fremont 
dam and reservoir, would Irrigate 
more than 100,000 acres and gen- 
erate olectrlo power with Im- 
pounded Iloodwators. 

R. Willis Walker, Rexfcjirtf, an 
official of the Fremont Madison 
Irrigation district representing 40 
canal companies, aald he awoke 
hut Saturday morning- to "find 
that 70 acres of my crop ground 
and about (!0 acres of posturo 
were under water." 

llils represents a loss of about 
♦100 an acre. Walker testified, 

Oy Young, St. Anthony, and 
Marvin Moyers, Bugiir City, di- 
rectors of the same Irrigation dis- 
trict, also urged Uio congressmen 
to approve the bill. 

L. C, Anderson, Teton City, Te- 
ton rlvor watcrmnater, said tho 
river has experienced -both 
drought and Hoods, either of 
which would he eased by the 
project. 

O. P. Mortensen, Balem, Fre- 
mont-Madison Irrigation district 
watermaster, sold the problem Is 
the same «ach year— "floods In 
the spring which destroy our 
crops and property and not 
enough water to matur* tlio 
crops In August and Beptomber." 

Among others testifying for the; 
project wore E. A. Hunter, vice 
president, Utah Pow«r and Light 
company, and William E. Welch, 
executive director of the National 
Rflclamntlon aAuoclatJon, 

t 'Ilie bill bi similar to one which 
haA-heea-jipprQved.by^tUe-6Cauto. 
interior committee, 



WUMlL — - - 

M „,., ittronies from within the United Stated ex- 
cept Alaska and Hawaii. Thursday hlglut 130 nt Furnace Creek, In 
Death volley, Calif., and 113 at Needlnsi, Calif. Friday morning lows 
40 nt Ulnghamtoii. N. Y., and 43 at HuuUon ami Cvotport, botii Mo. 

Alaska. Hawaii and Canada 

Highest temperature yesterday, lowest temperature lant 13 hours, 

precipitation for 3* hours endln» nt -t a.m. I'BT. ^ 

Hutltin 

C.kln»ry 

Mnnlnsl —Til 

Otlswa . . — 

K.aliib 



IDAHO TEMP1CRATURKS 



TWIN FALLS— Funeral sorv- 
. ices lor Mrs. W. II. (Oertruds) 
i Wright Will be conductrid at 11 

|».m. Monday in Whllu mortuary 
by tho Ruv. ICnioRt HiiKfioIlittul. 
Final rites will bo htld ut Bun- 
set Mumorlnl pink. 



NORTH TO Alio — Partly cloudy nnd warm today and totilght. 
Moiitly cloudy and a little cooler Saturday, scattered showers and 
thunderstorms thin afternoon and Saturday afternoon. J J Iff ha today 
'lU-HB. Bnturduy 10-115; lows tonight 45-5B. 



Magic Valley Hospitals 

Minidoka Memorial 



BURLEY— Funeral services for 
Ben F. Spraguo will bo conducted 
at 3ip.m. Saturday In tho Hurley 
MethodlHt church by tho Rev. 
l'nul Ludlow, Concluding rites 
will be held at PleiiMint Vluw 
cemetery under the direction of 
the Hurley Elk;i lodge. Fiiemlfi. 
tnay call at tlifl Pnyni» mortuitry 
Frlduy ufteniooh »nd cvi'iitni: 
and until time, of noivlce.i Bat- 
urduy, 



70 Sheep Killed 
As Truck Flips 

JIAILEY, Juho an — Seventy 
head of sheen w^re klll.nl 
13:50 p.m. Tliurwlay when 
Cody Auto oampany tiuck, dvivon 
l>y Marian D. Siwuicer, ail, Jer- 
ome, overturned 3.3 mJh<» nouth 
of Uie Oaiena Stoio on U.S. ua. 

Spencer aald Uiat ho glmic«d 
at » disturbance In Uio brin-h 
When tho 1B63 Kenworth truck 
1 and trail ar caugiit tho sliouldtir 
of Uxe road and overturutKl. Ar- 
Jcooah Sheep company was trans- 
port'ng tho sboep to a summur 
nuge In Bear valley. 

Spenoer waa given first aid by 
Blaine County Sheriff Frank lie. 
Witt tor * hw«o cut over libi left 

•yo. ^ 

CONSUI. APPOINT!** 
WABHINQTON, June 30 tUrD- 
A. native of e&K L«k« City has 
S-JpT»npolnt«l TJ. fl. oonsui (ton. 
au^itoXoitMlJwn. Netherlands. 
VnLrdD M. O»m*t°n wUl assume 
«b» poclUon Jujy 10. 



Mafric Valley Memorial 

Admlltod 

Gftorge Chelliitt, Laura Ann 
tMolrohkt, Mvh. Kdwurcl Hnivien, 
Mm. Kennelh uprhmer nnd 
Jnmeii K, Morrlnohi oil Twin 
l-'ulh; Mrn. Jamvr, Hrudy and 
anoru« Unker, both Filer; 
Wayni< Helms, Hnnneir, 
Vlcklu J». Mii-hni'l IX, niui Snn- 
,ee Kldwell. Miln Cr»H? and 
Piuil Tlmiium, ull-Klmbeily; 
lCeiulall Lime Woll, Wyniiin 
Faux and Jtui<phlno Wheelur, all 
Utlhl; Howard 11. Uogtic, Pticntel- 
Albert Crowley, CaHtle- 
ford; Clun-iiee Wright, Mur- 
tuui'.li; .Mr*. Lulher E. Koonce, 
Fairfield; Olnver Aaock. Rupert, 
and Mrs. WUIiiun Wolf, Lus Veg- 
"'i, Nov. 

Ulwmbia-ed 
Kiiron Aim Chapln, Daniel 
Ijjmiey, Vene:.Mi Ryall, Mm. John 
pllviu, and kdii, William Mc- 
Knlght, Kulhy Ann Crumhll, 
MyrtiD steed mid Mrs.' UhiUull 
Curio mm diiughter, all Twin 
ram: Michael Jcidwvil, Dimtils 
und j. aurliuid aibU'i, all 
Klinberly; Mrs. RalplrL. Maxwell 
i d i,t n mut Mlchuel Aiulemon. 
an imiu; cinrunco Wright. Mur- 



St. BcnodicfB, Jerome 

Admitted 

»»a (Itoinan OU,n, j or oine. 
l)Ui»l«*ed 
MIH. )kW»V SiHjth.ttNd Us,t 1»«- 



Admit t dd 

Mm. -Joe Delacrux, Hoyburn; 
Joitephonn Hnrnandeu, Paul; 
Rachelln Couch und Dulilel 
Couch, botli Sufh-y. 

DUmlssed 

l^nnm KowltK. Dtclo; ■ OJndys 
Wyernuui. Martha West, Mrs. 
Htchurd D«nnlii and Mervln Al- 
len, all Rupert. 

Births 

A daughter was born to Mr. 
nlid Mm. Joe Delncrux. 

Gooding Memorial 

Admitted 

Allwrt CJnrlt, atMnllng; Terrl 
Cooper, Wendell, and Raymond 
Ouajiudo. Corpus Crlstl, To it. 

lllbUllaacd 

Mrn. Walter NoUon und dnugh- 
Ivr, Ooodtnc, and Mr*. Theion 
Smith and son. Wendell. 

lllrlhs 

A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack Foreman, Gooding, anil n 
dfttighttjr wns born to Mr. unci 
Mrs. Lynn Wood, Bliss. 

CasHia Memorial 

Admitted 

Mrs. Rox lltunblin, Mrs. Roy 
Fillmore, Tainorn Winter, Terry 
P. D or Hey and Mrs. Willis 
Mor6chli\U, all Iluriey; Mrs. Joe 
Ybarru, Heyburn. 

I»Uinl»seil 

Mrs. Tiuuu, Johnson ami Mrs. 
lito Murtllie/.. both Hurley; Fr c d 
McCombti, Utiperf; Mrs. Mlchiiel 
Youmim. HiiyUlltn: .W Ml lam 
IVoiuig. Oakloy; JdfrvgyUul- 



Water 

Continued from Pale One 

been 41.50 feet, which Is 70,410 
acin foot. In tho past 34 hours. 
Tho water was turned^ off Juno 
Ui when the gauae rend 40.50 
fftet, which woh 71,000 ncre feet, 
but wus turned on again Hnjr»i- 
day, says Clarence Lattimer, 
Salmon river canal company 
innnnger. ^bW 

Tho gunge rond 30.65 feet nt 
the same time last year. Water nt 
the reiusrvolr In now highor thnn 
It ever has been, aoyn Luttlmnr, 
The water Will not bn turned off 
again unions there Is trouble with 
too much moss. 



U.S. Soldiers 
To Get New Boots 

FORT BENNJNO, Oa., June 
Ufl Writ — A now boot for the Amer- 
ican soldier Li being kicked 
around hi UuU by the army'n 
field equipment and special proj- 
ects (Uvlalcm.1 hero, 

Tho new oombnt l>oot features 
n solo molded directly to the 
leather uppern, Li designed ns 
virtually waterproof nnd has a 
Hllp-ln v<m(Uatlng Innolo to cool 
off the foot In hot weather. 



Hamilton, 
Fftiil. y 



and Aloiiwi CheavoK, 



Births 

Sons were born to Mr. and Mm. 
John Clerhardt, Mr. and Mrs. 
Rex IJainblin nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. 
WIMto Morxchlnir. all Hurler. 



Roy K. Armstrong, 38, Ar testa, 
Calif., was fined »13 by BUsn 
Justice of the peace,. Mrs. Ruth 
Parsons, and assigned three vio- 
lation points for speeding. Den- 
nis K. O'Danlels, 30," Pocatello, 
wan fined $10 for speeding and 
as-ilgnnd thre© violation points 
by Mrs. Parsons. 

George IL Stickler, Rupert, was 
fined $100 nnd court costs and 
sentenced to 50 days In the Lin- 
coln county Jail by Justice of 
tho Peace O. M. Owln when ho 
entered ft pie* of _ guilty _to tho 
clxargo of driving while Intox- 
icated. 



Former Area 
Resident Dies 

JOHNSON CITY, Term., June 
JO — Mrs. W. If. (Oertrude) 
Wright, Reno, Nev., former resi- 
dent al Shoshone and Buhl, died 
Wednesday at a local hospital 
here. o 

Mrs. Wright was born Jan. 13, 
1883, hi Johnson City and came 
West with her husband In 1010. 
Mr. Wright, Who preceded her 
In death in Ootober, IBM, woo Uio 
first manager of tho J.C. Pen- 
ny company utore In ICmmucror, 
Wyo. Shu was a lifelong: member 
of tho Baptist' church, n member 
of the I*EO sisterhood chapter, 
Buhl, nnd a member of the Order 
of Eastern Stnr, Shonhone. 

Survivors include throe daugh- 
ters. Mm. W. A. Starrott, Jr. 
and Mrs. Emalou Wright, both 
Johnson City, and Mm. Jordan 
Croucii, Reno; six grandchildren 
and two grcat-grimdchlldron. 

Funeral services will bo con. 
ducted nt 11 a.m. Mondny In 
White mortuary. Twin Fnlls, by 
tho Rev. Ernest Hansolblad. Final 
rites will bo hold nt Sunset Mo- 
morial parlc. 



Truck Blast 

Continued from Pago One 

The w*iw of the bloat Ik in the 
iiortluiasterii I'eiihsvlvanUv resort 
area: 

Ammonium nitrate Li the atimn 
explosive that blow up nt Toxiis 
City. Tex., April 10, lu47, Rotting 
off otlior explosions and ff»:.i 
tluit caused 570 known deaths 
a»d-hijiu*>d~o,000. 



American Cyannmld company, 
owner of tho exploded truck, tuitd 
tliei-o were 30,000 pounds of am. 
monlum nitrate on It, plus 4,000 
pound» of dynamlto. In Ri baxlc 
form, nmmontuiu nltrntn Li uned 
mainly In commercial forttlir.or 
and Li made Into an explosive by 
mixing It with tho proper quanti- 
ty of fuel oil, a company Hpokcn- 
man said. A wild, the ammoni- 
um nltnittf re(»aln« hi granule 
form and Is usually shipped In 
plastic bagu, he itald. 



Area Woman Is 
Hurt in Accident 

Mrs. Elva M- Uluemer, fll, Bho- 
slione, was token to Magic Val- 
ley Memorial hospital after a 
two-car accident at 3;3fl p .m. 
Thursday in Hie 000 block M 
BHlo Lakes boulevard north. 

A condition report on Mrs. 
Bluemor wlm not nvallnble from 
tho hospital Frldny. 

Mrs. Ulimiuer wns Injured 
when the 1003 Rnmbler sho was 
driving Htruck thn roar of n 1000 
Chevrolet pickup truck drlvon 
by Tunis R. St^plejt, 47, routo 3, 
which had stopped tor a flag- 
man on tho rami. 

Damace wu estimated at $100 
to tho truck and »3Go to the 
Rambler. Stuple.i wiui reported 
not Injured in tho accident, 

AUHTHA..XAN vThI'FT' LA N N I ; O 
WASHINGTON, June 3fl nJI'J)— 
President Johiu,on ulniost cer- 
taily will vlHlt Auntrnlln. next 
yeur, AuHtvnlliin Prlmo Minister 
Sir Robert Gordon Moinsioa mild 
ye.(t«rd«y. 



Wanted... 

REGISTERED 

NURSES 

FOR ALL SHIFTS 
Please Apply to- ' 

TWIN FALLS CLINIC 
and HOSPITAL 

733-3700 



Bllns H. Kelly, north Shoshone, 
was fined S100 and costs by Bho 
shone Justice of Peace C. W. 
Owln for drunken driving. 

Also fined by Judge Owln were 
Bruoe O. Everett, Shoshone, 135 
and costs, reckless driving 
vW E. Ralinen, Twin Fulls, it! 
and costs, Improper passing over 
yellow line; Gary A. Daltou, Je- 
rome, tM and costs, and Clar- 
ence Steward, Twin Falls, tlO 
and costs, both for speeding, and 
Lee Bybee Rollins, Morgan, Utah, 
t& and costs, for Improper pass- 
ing,' 

Tanya A. Hepworth, 16, Buhl, 
was fined Clfi and costs and ns 
signed three violation points by 
Twin Falls Police Judge Dale 
Adamson /or speeding. 

Electrical 

Continued from Page One 

and the Colorado river project. 

Tho Inter tie would bo used to 
market surplus power from Co 
lumbla river dams to avoid Inns 
of more thnn 30 million dollars 
a year through Uio spilling of un- 
used water, 

Congressional appropriations 
committees have directed that 
construction not begin until leg- 
islation in paused to givoi the 
Pacific Northwest first cull on 
firm power produced In tho area 
to prevent it from bolug - drained 
away from prlvnte Industry. Such 
loirlslntlnn lias been passed by 
both tho housu and senate but In 
bogged down In a conference 
committee. 

Udall also snld tho In ter tie 
wnn "an essential element" In 
the Implementation of tho U.B.- 
Onimdljin Columbia river trmity 
in order to provide a market In 
Cnllfornln for Canada's share 
of treaty power, 

Udnll'n announcement of the 
vast transmission- system pro- 
posal ended montlui of secrecy 
imrron vtllnu negotiations between 
the interior department and pri- 
vate utilities over construction of 
part of tho trammLislon lines. 

Tho secretary said tho plan 
would bono fit 361 rural cooper-' 
ntivos and publicly owned elec- 
tric utilities hi Arizona, Cali- 
fornia, Colorado, Idaho, Mon- 
tana, Nevada, Now Mexico, Ore- 
gon, Utah, Washington and Wy- 
oming. 

■However— notrte-epokesnian-ior: 



public power who havo lonrned 
detnlls of tho negotiations have 
contended that tho plan will 
Klvo "monopoly control" over 
part or tho trnnninluslnn system 
to the private companies. 

Udnll, In a statement roloased 
at a news conference, iiald the 
251 preference customers and the 
state of California would con- 
trol co per cent of the trans- 
mission capacity of tho linns nnd' 
recolvo two-thirds of benefits 
expected to total 2.5 billion dol- 
lars over n 80-yenr period. 

"The sharing of costs nnd re- 
fiourceo Is dramatic evidence of 
the ubllty of public, prlvnte and 
fcdornl power to work together 
to assure abundant supplied of 
low-cost pow<ir," Uclnll said. 

Tho plan, which would Involve 
the first construction of direct- 
current transmission linos in the 
United States, was hailed by 
Udnll ns placing this country 
"in a position Tif world leader- 
ship In electric tnut/mtlftiiioii 
tochnoloiiy." 



Congress 
Opens War on 
Traffic Jams 

WASHINGTON, June 30 JIHD— 
Congress has. declared waWon 
the big city traffic Jam which 
President Johnson sold Is slowly 
strung ling tho 'nation's, metro- 
politan area*. , . 

A group of Democrats and Re- 
publicans teamertup In tho house, 
yesterday to approve a 315 mil- 
lion dollar program to Improve 
Urban mass transportation. 

Both the houso and senate 
now have passod aJlghtly differ- 
ent bills aimed at getting more 
motorists to lenve their cars at 
home and take trains and buses. 
A compromise version of tho 
measure now must bo . workod 
out. 

Johnson praised passage of the 
bill as a "major step forward" 
hi cooperation between fedora] 
and state authorities on Urban 
problems. In a statement 
sued by the White House he 
•xpressed the hopo-Umt .the. dlfr 
foreiiccs between the house and 
senate versions could be worked 
out "so that the bill can become 
law as soon as possible." 

The legislation provides a fed' 
eral matching grant' program to 
be used by municipalities 
purchasing now railroad cars, 
buses, commuter stations and 
other transportation facilities, 



Bribery of 
Police Rocks 
New York 

NEW YORK, June 30 aiPIJ- 
Now York City's police depart- 
ment was rocked today by the 
Worst police scandal In 14 years, 
tho result of a secret three-year 
Inquiry Into police payoffs by 
gamblers. 

His voice slink-In? In fury. Po- 
lice Commissioner Michael J 
Murphy fired 10 officers yester- 
day after they refused to waive 
Immunity from prosecution when 
Uioy wero called before a grand 
Jury Investigating bribery of po- 
llmt by gamblers. 

8 Lute nnd city lnws required 
the firings. 

"Wo intend to uproot and 
bring to- Justice every man In- 
volved," Murphy said, apparently 
implying- more police may be 
Implicated In the scandal. 

At the name time, the force's 
40-member confidential Investi- 
gating unit — whose mission was 
to police tho polico— was dis- 
banded, its members transferred 
to posts throughout the city. 

Onn of thano tired in Lieut. 
Stanley Itoutnlk, 45, a policeman 
for 33 yearn and u member of 
tho confidential unit. 

His wife wns called before the 
grand Jury yesterday ajid proitt- 
Incd Immunity from pi^fe'uutlon, 
hut she refused to te.itj/yv'j- -\ 
Officials would not say what 
tho throe-year Inquiry had de- 
veloped, but the scandal was 
compared with the exposure 
in 1050 of a one-mllllon-dallar-a- 
year payoff of police by bookie 
Harry Gross, who operated a 30- 
mllllon-dollar-a-year bookm lik- 
ing omplro In Brooklyn. 

Tho 1060 scan diil led to the 
dismissal of 1(13- policemen, tho 
police und fJro cmmnl&'doners 
und tho deputy police commLi- 
^1 Pllfrri_flro» j|_wont to Jail. 



FOOD FKiCF.H BllOF 

Washington, June so ■Mi- 
Food and housing prices dropped 
In May, but most other consum- 
er goods Inoiensed in price nnd 
Jiving- costs remained unchanged 
from tlie mqpth before, the labor 
department said today. 



USE! TIMES-NEWS WANT /IDS 



Seen Today 

Dr. I. A. Andenon. Filer, lc „„ 
lng hwpllnl .bulldln, ,„' ^ 
hom« at ««My mornliiB hour 
JuduB o. P. Duvnll wnvl,,.' \ ' 
rrlond . while crtuulim m " J 
fcvenuo went wl ronl. to 



leavirw- pojtotrlco - bullm,,,""* 
M. O.McVoy, Dfliuiy IloKiir „„' ,' 
Al WenUircron linvllitf Iiuirnliii 
cotfeo. . . Harold Mum. v "tor 
Cummhut and nnvornl ifthir Twl, 
FallH polloomtm dlactir.rilnn 
cow chtuio nnd Jn«|)(,ctlri[r il.n? 
lntllotod by cow In Jwimii', , 

bid, for buluiltw. . ,q„, * 
Haney and Dnvld Htimdl<. v rid 
llllt blcyclra In 'pnrkliw lot «t 
•bopplnn ccnlDr . . p. c. Blinit 
borRcr w«aHtitf tmutil Hiimnir^ 
utraw hat, ckimIiik Hccnnil ,t r „, 
went. . . Linda Friiylpr wjiflnif t (l 
frli>nd n blnolt nwny, , An . 
ovorlnmrd: "I wnndcr Jiu,t ) M> , 
lonfl tlibl hot ipoll b uollm iri 
Iwit." 



Excise Taxes 
AreReduccci 
By Senate 

WAEffllNOTON, June 2(1 ftw.. 
Hin senate yesterday voted r\tc. 
tlon-yeur tax cuts which could 
cost the government morn thnn 
40tf.fi million dollars a yonr In 
revenue. 

Ilobolllnfr against its Uathn 
the somite voted to eliminate or 
reduce federnl excise tnacn en 
everything from ping-pong balls 
to sables. But at tho name time It 
approved an extension nf ijj 
billion dollars In other Korean 
war omergenoy levies. 
Tho excise taxes are t\ut to 
¥ V ¥ ¥ 

Area Votes 

WASHINGTON, June 2s 
"Pi — Sen. Frank Churcli, ll H 
Ida., je«terday voted nrido.i 
.4 bill paated by tlie seimto 
which would repeal ]q 
per nent retail exelue tax on 
fur*. Jewelry, lutt«e« snd - 
eosmettes. 

Sen, 1^ it Jordan, It., Id«„ 
voted tor ropr.it] »f the Irvlet 
which raise alxiut 44S million 
a year In reveniie«. 

Tlie house, however, wbi 
not expected to go along with 
the repeat. 

* w w w 
expire Juno 30. Tho Joluwsn nl- 
ministration sought — ami thn 
houso agreed to— more or lesi 
blanket approval of a mnamir* to 
extend tho levies for one year. 

But the .senate nliarplr 
amended the excise pnekngo be- 
fore sondlng It to n Joint emu 
ferenco committee where differ- 
ences between house and annate' 
versions of the bill will It* 
thrashed out. Observers predicted 
mnny of tho tux cuts voted by (lit 
senate would be restored by llu 
eonferee». 

Before the final action, tha 
ficnnte killed the federal tn* on 
toiinin equipment, ballpoint ptts 
and pencils nnd cut tho Invy ta 
cabaret and "living theater" ad- 
missions and musical ltutru- 
ments. 

The major rev«iitis loss esms 
when the senate voted. 4s-Sfl, to 
repeal tho 10 per cent tax on 
Jewelry, furs, toilet articles ami 
"gauge selling: for *100 or le.w. 
This was estimated to cost 45i 
million dollars In federal rev- 
enues. 



do FA LSE-TEETH 

Rock, Slide or Slip? 

FAOTKumt. an Improved powltr 
to ton *[irlrtk!fl<i on iti'imr or \o*tt 
'ilatea. tioldu tn\ua tonlli mar* fiinilr 
.ii placo. Dn nut allele, hIIu nr ri>eK, 
yio k Din i»y, poMiy tut* cr 

r^llng.l-AIJTEiriUliulUlllllLUllMi- 
anui ) . Oo«a Hot sour. Olinckt "pUU 
wlor br»»tl>". Oel rAUTi-Xnt »l 
drug count#rn •varywlmr«. 

_ , Ailv#ltUMa*ol 



WILLS MOTdR CO. 

Will Be Closed All Day 

SATURDAY, June 27 

FOR ANNUAL EMPLOYEE OUTING! 



Smith Garden Lanes 

Main Avo. W. at Washington, Twin Fall, 

BUY 2 DOZEN AT THE 
REGULAR PRICE... GET THE 
THIRD DOZEN FOR ONLY 

29 vnriolios of poronnlnli on cats 
Somo JlmiiocJ, so hurry down lodayl 



BEDDING 
PLANTS 

AGERATUAA 

ALYSSUM 

ASTERS 

CARNAflONS 

MARIGOLDS 

PETUNIAS 

PHLOX 

PORTULAC 

SNAPDRAGONS 

ZINNIAS & OTHERS 

Reg. Price 59c 

Buy 1 Doion, 
Got 3rd Dom 

1* 

for only I 




VEGETABLE 
PLANTS 

BROCCOLI 
BRUSSEL SPROUTS 
CABBAGE and 
TOMATOES 

(mtiny variotlrjs) 
CAULIFLOWER 
EGG PLANT 
PEPPERS 

HEAD LETTUCE, ETC, 

Reg. Price 59c 

buy 2 Dozen, 
Oof 3rd Doion 



for only 



1* 



POTTED 
PLANTS 

GERANIUMS 

(.11 colon) 
IVY GERANIUM 

(ir. Ulna) 
BEGONIAS 
CANNA LIUES 
CHRYSANTHEMUMS 

COLEUS ' I 
DRACENA . _ 
FUSCHIAS 
LOTUS VINE 
' HONEYSUCKLE 
AND OTHERS 
Riguhr Prlo 
41c |a 6Vc 
Buy 2, 0«t <n« 



Third (or 



V 



fe^l'RoktoJmokiiig Problem Is Growing Hazier 

Die future role of cohrtcm In the <" different direct lon s - n ., ( i nil IPUrrnl _ < r «l« wunmlsalnn to is- -minting in a health hn*ard. i ml* requires llm confusion likely r..,). - i i„-r« ».,..,) - 

ivmild 



■The future role of cohki-cm In the 
problem of smoking and 'health 
\, growing hazier all tho time. 
A host of bills is pondhiir--nll 

Yoiuig^OP 
Unit Formed 
At Gooding 

GOODING, June afl-Chnrl< 
McDevitt, Ada county state 
representative nnd pn-vt chnlr 
nun of the Malm Young He 
publicans, wan RUcjtt speaker n 
the first organizational meeting 
at tile Young Republicans for 
Oootliiig county Wednesday 
night at War Memorial hull 
in Oooding. 

Douglas liradslmw, Wendell, 
was elected chairman of the 
— groupr-w 1 th-ODc-U— A—Jloximnr, 
vice chairman for Gooding; Lur- 
ry Peterson, vice chairman for 
Wendell, nn '' I'Vuilkner, 
vice chairman for.thn Dlifin-Ifaii- 
ermnu area; Larry Rnberniou, 
Gooding, treasurer, nml Mrn. 
Lorry -Peterson, Wendell, pecro- 
ttiry, 

Pef-erson wits named a.t pro- 
grain and ' fund-rnlnlng chulr- 
mnn, with Robert Ileitis, Good- 
ing, as co-chairmnn. William 
Walts, Gooding, Li publicity 
clinlrmnn. 

llradnhaw introduced Ralph 
Fniilkner, aoodlng county lio- 
pulillcMi chairman, and Hope 
Gilding, noise, ritntn c.hnlrmuu 
or the Young neptiblicunii, who 
explained the function* mid pur- 
poses of tho organization. 

A constitution was rend mul 
adopted, with dues • net, The 
group will meet' 011 the third 
Wednesday of each month. 



II. Savelberg 
Dies in T. F. 

Harry Jlubert Savelberg, BI. 
337 Seventh, avenue east, died 
Thursday in Maalo Vnlley Memo- 
rial honpltnl of a brief illness. 

ire was barn Sept. ID, 1002. In 
llnnrlnnd, Holland, npd came to 
HuHl In April, 1011. Jin lived In 
the Rogerson, Holllnter nnd 
Roneworth area* for many years, 
ami ho moved to Twin l'Silln In 
1U(3. 

He was a member of Bt. Ed 
ward's Catholic church In Twin 
Palls, He married Bridge ttc Mc 
Govern In Canada, April 34, 1011. 

Uurvlvlng, besides his widow, 
are a son, W. T. Bavclberg, Hall 
ey; tliree daughters, Mr*. Ernest 
(Mary) Pinknton, Oastleford; 
Mrs. AvU <Helen> Blew, Kan- 
ton City, Kan*., and Mrs. Car! 
(Margaret) Helton. Twin Fulls; 
a lister, Mra. II. V. Chojnacky, 
Jerome; 10 grandchildren and 
nine great-grandchildren. He was 
pticeded in death by two sons, 
£Hrard and Harry, Jr. 
lUwnry will be recited at 8 p.m. 
Mday in the Reynold* funeral 
chapel by tha Rev. Tliomas Tay- 
lor. Requiem moss will be cele- 
brated at 0 a,m. Uaturdny in Bt. 
Edward's Catliollo church by the 
R«v. Father Taylor. Pinal rites 
will be at tho Buhl cemetery. 



Buffeylfonors J 
Miss Peterson 

BURLKY, June 20 — mineral 
unrvlcefl for Emma G. Peterson 
were held Wedneciclny In the Mc- 
culloch chapel with Dlnhop Nor- 
man U. Hurst ofriclatlng. 

Prelude and po/itlude were 
played by Joy. llurnt. Invocation 
was given by Wayne Lewis, Bish- 
op Hurst gave the obituary and 
Nona Jacobs and Edith Dunn 
iniiK. Speakers were, Joseph A. 
aillett and Oleen Lewis. Bene- 
diction was given by Marvin 
lladgef. i . w . 

rallbearers were Peter A. ret- 
•rson, Peter A. Peterson, Jr.. 
Merle Clayville, Wayne LewU, 
Oleon Lewis and Earl Clayville. 

Flowers were arranged by the 
Declo ward Belief aociety. 

Final rites were held in Declo 
cemetery wharo the grave was 
dedicated by Mclvln B. DarrUig- 
ton. 



Lula Graves Paid 
Honor at Jerome 

JWIOMK, June 30 — llnwrnl 
nrvlccn tor Lulu cmwM w«r« 
lwld wodnividny at. the 
clinpel with Hi. Nov. Ralph 11. 
Vollm-Klll offlcliillim. 

unlotat wiiii Mr«. Diiln immt 
nut nccompanlHt v/an Mm. Ilar- 
old Campbell. 

l'nlll>«arm-» w«r» OlmrlBH l. 
otto, Ilavlil Hooker. Dul" Vlnlnn, 
Clllliort Tllley. Calvin Neal will 
ItftK DuvU. . . ,. 

Hnal rlte» were held 111 <■<" 
Jernmo cemetery. 




Se Rancho Offers: 

New rudio and TV, Pliono, 
Mossnrjo sorvlco, hl-fl mu- 
'k, oK-stmot p a r k I no> 
Cloflnllnos. and aorvlco. 
Menlocl tito pool, spnclous 
l.wni, lorinls, ch'ildron's 
PlftVOrounda and convo- 
lI'Mo to all Salt Lako. 
*" 'W< ... tow A. $4.50- 
«0 - «,5o . y.so and up 
'<* two (Mopl.. 

S»lt Laka'a Fln.it 

SE RANCHO 

Motor hotel 

w °WEST NORTH TEMPtE 



' lllrtrrcnt illrwtloiu-aliil all 
tlio miier Mrmt Ui have crcak-il 
a cimfiuilng iiio7.e. 

'■'lie coiifimlon halt lurn com- 
IKiiliuIrd by a dcclalon ot tile 



Doorknob Clue 

DAI.IiAH, Julio 2*1 HIPP— po- 
lice oiill«lit n Un-jflor-old 
mnn In u parking lot yrslor- 
dny, Hi.n pockrU were filled 
with ioi nickels. 117 tpmrleu, 
Rnvflii hiilf-dollnis, 133 dimci, 
a iwnny and a doorknob. 

Police conducled a quick 
March mid found a minilait- 
Ized restuiiratit without V 
doorknob, <' 



federal trade comtnLulnti to 1; 

requiring that clmir 
cite advertising and hilwls In- 
elude n wnrnlng' next yrnr I lint 
smoking iimy oiwe <\mt\\ from 
ennrrr nnd othrr dtsrasfs. " 

The VTO iiiitmuncpd Its rule 
at a hmiKo coinmerce committee 
lirnrlnit ciilIM to contddrr hill* 
that would cimut a similar rule 
Into luw. 

Home of the coumrs coiiuri*f;s 
may ruki- now that the 1-TC has. 
bymed it* rule are: . , 

I. Do nothing mid the Vl'b 
would go. thniuith with Its ruin. 
With Ihr lobiirrn Industry taking 
tho ruh? In federal courts, vrurs 
of lltlidillon would folloi 

3. Approve one of sovimil hills 
Introduced jilnco the U. H. public 
hi-allh wrvlcc's npeclnl advisory 
commit Ire Mild that cluarelto 



smoking Is 
If c*m«r 
quiring thn 



n hrnlth lm: 

piiMed n lutv rc- 
110 labels tho ri'C 



Meeting- Is Held' 
By Sewing Unit 



likely 
Without rourt 
• tohncco Industry likely 
gin putlhiit wiirnhig no- 
itj^hihrlsjuid advurtU- 



I 3, Approve 
I whlrh would 



i of severiil bills 
lb-lay the 



i-ltlie 



nupixirt 



brcnkfnst later In 



• .Imvli 
sumiiic: 

The next meeting will he held 
July 11 nt flu- home of Cu'thy 
Ltllrolu, l01t> Morilingslilo drive 



for tl 

require upprOvul hy ron 
fore tllo VVC may 1:.mi 
The.'te hills hlive tile 
of r<mi<r«'N!;uien (rmu 
haei-o Ktntr.i nnd of th'n.<;n rou- 
greMim-ll Who ln-lli'Ve the 1'TC 
Iuin ovorMrpped lis iililhnrlty. 

Approvt; l<'Kl;ilallon pro|Hi.-;ed 
depart meut nf health, 



Jiluli'r. Oreer driiiiHislrateil 
proper sewing equipment ilurllli: 
n meeting of [he Pant nnd 
Needles -l-H clllh Tuesday at the 
home of ChrU I'otor.son, 10'Jl 
Hun LnHue. 

Project unci record books Were 
dlHtrlbuted nnd explnltird. Mt'in-I"" 
lIlMMIKSett I lio piiMlUlllty of I \ >v 

education and welfuro giving the 
fond and drug nclmluiHtrnt Ion 



Uliorliv 
label!t''under 
Manre.i net. 



regulate elgurt'ltn 
the ha/4irdous sub- 



flllch r law, lumevrr. might 
not stop the \'VC nilr. eonunU- 
slon Chulriimu 1'nill Hiind Dlxmi 
has Irstlfled- Mint the VVC «llll 
would linvi- the Iruiil rr'ipdiisl- 
hlllty of leguliltlug elunrelle ad- 
vertbiim: nnd labels uliliV.s eon- 



Irrigating 



nt-:cu>. 

lion water ii 
Into 



- ln'b;. 



at first , 
llftn eii.'.t a 
They wrr 
night days 
rnltlfi. 

tie Vera 1 
planting 
damage la 



turned 
itmiU ami nuoii^ 
ecaiid nnd third 
id north (if U.-eln. 
■ turned off tor 
tuvauso of heavy 

furmers are re- 
hmuih after hall 
t week. .. 



grrss pa.Hsed a law spec It icnlly 
ttiklug uwiiy the responsibility. , 
ft. I'iiwi n resolution rxprer-nlug 

the Seller Of COIlgri'M - tllllt till' 

Vl'f! Klumld postpone or discard 
Its rule. Illxon said the I'I'O 
would obey such a comtnmul of 
fiingie.^. 

it. Accept a suggestion by the 
tolmrco liidiifitry that If con'- 
g i «•.-.* nui.it past n law about 
warnings IL ah'niilil tone down 
the kind of warning required. 

7. Posh a law cmnpetely out- 



Frlcl«y, Juno 76, 19« 
Twin Falls Tim«s-New»| 



tawing tlie flale nnd use oi 
ettes Just as it has outlau 
naln mid use of unrcoticj 
IIoweviT, tho mood of c 
seems very fur from tho 
of druMlu step. 



"If you plant It- 
er food if . . . 

GLOBE SEED 

WILL HAVE IT" 



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allowances. Come in and get our deal. Then 
make your getaway this summer in a new 
total performance Ford. 



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Twin Fall«/ Idaho 



Sld«y, June 26, 1964 
Twin Fall' Tlmai-New» 



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Sauce for Goose 

i tha Rtmcriil upronf Unit him followed 
J eupromo court ruling concerning 
Ho lofciHlrilum.M nncl the noeri for r«iip- 
llonniont, jit leant ono promt probable 
Client Ion hnn beou polntoi! out. Ken. 
1 E. Muiult, It., K.-B.-, nppllod tho mi- 
courl. rullnir- on ronpportlnnment 
t^ho nntion'H cloclornl coIIbko iincl pi-op- 
concludca tlio opinion would dictate 
Phnnge. 

for yenrfl, Americans hnvc been nwnre 
J archaic electoral college Hyntom could 
[>ult In election of an American prcHt 
^it oven though tho ono no designated 
J not rccolvcil a majority of tho popu- 
Xl vote. It han happened three UmcH, In 
fpU, 1H7G and 1RBK. Congresa hail made 
Hero than 100 nttempta In chnngo tho 
ij'atom down through tho yenr.i but all 
Jj^cmptH have failed. 

\nother mich attempt In pending now 
^acnaio joint resolution No. 12, u roso- 

i for a constitutional nmondniont. 
Tho new move xvotild provide for tho 
ctoral college to he selected exactly ns 
prosonlnlivo/i and senators nro chosen 
,v. There could he no chango in tho Hys- 
i In tlrmi for this year's elections, lint 
Knntor Muiult points tho way for su- 
lomo court ruling on tho electornl col- 
ge. IIo roasons tliat tho one-man, ono- 
thoory oxpresseil in tho rcappor- 
onment (iccl.iion also should apply to 

olectoral college. . 
Somo voters may ho unaware of it, hut 
don't actually vote for a president 
\tii vlcu president. Tho votos nro cast 
>r members of the olectoral college. The 
lectoral college moots on the first Mou- 
ay after the second Wednesday in Do- 
;mhcr to elect tho President and vico 
[resident. 

This cumbersome system In entirely 
nncceaaary. It's tho sort of vehicle that 
;avo pomp to colonial elections, pomp 
(hat's no longer necessary or oven desir- 
lble. Let tho President be elected by tho 
lopulia* vote of all tho people. 

Perhaps the aupremo court might point 
lie way to such a chnngo if mid when it 
iver gets the chance to rulo on 'the con- 
;itutlonivWty-of-tho-colloge_lElie_couxt 
an do nothing until a case is filed and 
ippealcd up to tho top court. Somo citi- 
zens havo dcclnrcd tho court in moro In- 
erosted In "making law" than 'In ruling 
n validity of individual statutes. Thoy 
point to tho reapportionment decision as 
ah examplo, declaring tho court had to 
stretch Hevoral pointH to reach its con- 
clusion. 

If that's an accurate nm! fair appraisal 
of tho court's action, tho electoral college 
la dead when tho court getn around to 
deciding. 



NATIONAL 




at: 



WHIRLIGIG 

HV ANDREW TU1XY 

WrtflirrNCrTON. J»n« 30— In «n m«e when bJjr 
government keep* 8ti(Htn(f 1U iiom deeper luUi 
the c1Uk-m*« privacy, lUi la txi- 
iimnlnd to lir'T ■. rueful iwtm(»- 
»ioii by the PenUami UmL lie do- 
lrr,\nr t>aLi tnr Its rmploycs ni»v 
bo Inrffi-rllVB n» well ns Immtirnl. 

IliU t.i 11 Birnni; cnndldnto fur 
(tin botfttod iidmiufou of tlm 
yi-ur. tlnrc th« naiiio r«iwrL, by n 
J'vnta^an sclrntJsL, Mot on tlmt 
Din fetlr-rul ROVfirnment hnn con* 
ducted Mime 300,000 Ho dntrctor 
(put* ovrr Uki Iniit 10 ynar«. 
Mrunwhllr, n dffetlMi di'twiri- 
Anjt.f Tullr ninnt BjMikrninali . b 1 a n d 1 y un* 
noiiiicns Mini Ibe irntH will iiinitlimc, jxifwlhly 
rnilM- Ihn K'>vrnimpnt Iji Mniclc WlUl '625 llo-(ir- 
toctttiK drvlcrii, 

DETKf-rOH l»OKHN"T l>KlT.CT — Nnhirn 
thn tvnUmnii rrpnrt Ik nil drewd up In nmbiR- 
ultlpii, but Ilir nut of II In Hint "up tptbr iircn- 
nt linii','' iinb6dy Ims offrrwl rn VudaMB d""^'' 10 
jirovir Hint UiIn iiuUuirltarliin JtflWrTclt wihkw. 
.Vfwr/n'rr, llli' rt'pnrt nddii Hint tlin ncruKluunl ' 
of dniliii ^l^ll^liV|mo<lI;^tln'thn'p^»or-mlbJ^•f;t-n(ln^^ , - 
llineii ntUsci. him to upmit "npurioun" sUn * 
iibnut lifn privntti Hf»«. 

It In n llp-uff on thn ifnKtlnrnfl nf Ihn nltilnt l 
Mint Dm rrjxirt hn.i Jiut bfnll rnloiuind utter be mi; 
kept Kccrct lor two ynnr.i by the Pciitwimi. 'I i 
find I nun Were Kiibmllted to n hoiiM Rovnrnmrnt 
oprrntfonx Kiiltconimfttcii July 31, WJ. uiul tru- 
medlntrly cliwilflod by defenie. T)iey would k I 
)>o locked up had the nilbcom'mlttee Dot lnnlsted 
on their declaultlcatloi^ 

MMXIONft V(Ml I*<ITIWTV — Hut pub!lr.h ( 
that report in not cnouiih. Honmhody on Cupl I 
iitll or Ui thn \vh\\,i H»im> i;))o>]]d }iohI d^tei i 
Hncretiiry McNaninrn'/i fent to Ihn fire .nml c • 
m run I to know why thta nlwiy.y operation Is bel : 
coiuinund. Moro Hum 4.A million do I (urn of I > 
taxpriyer/i' money wrw epenC on tho project ]n»i. 
year, an Ironic twMt to Um old iirn)nn of lorcliui 
coiulpir.ried prUonern to dlflf their own lirnv 
Icro In ono Hem that could be cut from Murv> 
oil* Mac's overweight budflot. 

Cnpltol hill teKtlmony on the tun of lie dntec> 
(orn on dcfeii/,« cmd «Ut*> dep«rttnetit employea 
rfladN like jiomethlnic out of a. pornouruphlo comic 
book. Youn« Klrl.'i huvn been nnked dirty o.ucRtlonn 
by ninlfi "eviunluern" uhout their kcx life, with 
Unclumiii and Up-Rtuncklutf ilcmimds for dntalbi. 
Main cmptoyet havo been prodded Into dcacrlblnu 
youtiiful indUcretloru with other boys. Iteformed 
drunkards' havo been compelled to live atfuln tho 
nightmares oC their past'. 

TIME TO DIKOWtf iMtAOTICK — Admittedly, 
thn Kcxual tlovlatn and the alcoholic 1» ■, black- 
iiiiilJ-proilo BecurJty rink In tho morn noilKltlvn 
nreuB of uovfrumenl, nml everything hininihly 
po.'jilblo nhoiild ho done lo uncover thekn rlskii. 
Hut no cltlzcn'ii normal «ex life In niiybody'H bust- 
but hln own, no inutter whern ho workn, and 
even' If It wero JJJix Urotlier's pocplnif-'itim ln- 
slHtencn on henrluir &11 the iiordld details ehould 
turn the nation's Htomnch. 

Clearly, It wiu n porcine Intellect th»t original- 1 
ly dictated uiio>of lie detector* on Uncle Uinn's 
employes, nttd the time hnn cwne tor the iroveni- 
inenb to dlMiwn thin tnonntrous practice. But tho 
report Indlcntcr, not only a total luck of penitence, 
but un ldlotln belief that thin horrid Kadnet even 
hail itloiinl po.i-ilbllltle!i. It iiU|[«entii tho lie detec- 
tor iiitKht bo employed to hc)\> poJltv> an arnw 
contvoi nurectuent with tho Soviet Union, llow, 
O bureau era Ho man tent of our fate, by nttiichhlK 
It to Khrunhchev'ii arm? 



Hans Brinkcr Had It Easy! 



Views of Others 



WHY SO FRANTICT ^ 

Evor Hlnco it appeared UmL Son. Bnrry 
Goldwnter iuip;hl bo a carulidutu lor ttio 
Itqpublicnn preni{limtlnl nomlnutlon, he 
hiui boon tho object of barhst from muiiy 
Hourcoji. Tlio Honator him boon dopicted 
nK Homoono who botouirw to tho Inst con 
tury hud tlioro hnvo boon luimotoim dark 
prcdictionH that If ho woro over elected 
Prtsfiidont it would bo tho end of tlio na- 
tion or Romo ttuch uonsoriRo. 

A Rood donl of this Idlo chnttor him 
originutod with momborw of tlio Demo- 
cratic parly, mid nttlt comon from that 
Bourcfe. Tho very nuturo of tho Demo- 
cratic tulle HoomH to indicato moro than 
nppoars on tho snrfuco. It hufl beon" hiih;- 
Boated rather strongly that tlio main 
roaaon for the Democratic attitude 1m 
that Domomita don'l want the ltepulv 
Heart party to depart from the "me-ttm" 
cnmpaiK»hitf th« GOP hint followed lor 
throo docadcH, clccthur Democratic pre.ti- 
dont after Democratic provident. 

MohI of tho opposition to Goidwater, 
from whatever ttourcc, luin had an ul- 
tnoat frantic. oveHono. Would tho' cluc- 
tion of Sonator Cloldwator att the nution'tt 
chief oxectttive bo (in trafric? Tiioiv'a no 
reaHorf to think ao. No one bother:* to 
point out that Senator Goldwator i:( a 
succoHBfnl biudnoHfmian who.hold.i a kch- 
eral rank i» tho air foreo roaorvo and 
Jliea hia own plane all over the nation. Is 
that tho picture/ of a man who would 
"turn back tho clock?" 

It'd nonaonsB to contend that mieh « 
man would bo bent on destruction of tho 
nation or nny'fncot of life in tho nation. 
His own futuro, tlio future of inn hiiai- 
neafl and the future of tho nation jn-o ail 
tlefl together. 

Those who have been makinfr much 



Tin: tAWQ, moT hummi:ic 

Tho word now from Idaho Htute university Is 
Unit the Institution "may" be ablo to Uaue the 
cull tor construction bidn on a new fine arU bulld- 
Jnir duroiif Jdly. «hd "may" *ee the start of con- 
BtrUclClon durhiK Auuu.il. In other words, the pro- 
crustlnatlon of tlio state bulldln« fund wlvlsory 
council has cost the Institution half the construc- 
tion BcaisorC 1 ■ ■ 

Tlio board worried away the winter on non- 
existent technicalities, fiddled around for another 
couple of montlui before (letting around to c all- 
ium a moethut, and finally, very lata in the year, 
told the university to «lve the architect tha gr*en 
lluht on plana and «|w>clflcatlom. 

Meanwhile, half thn construction Reason hM 
been blown, coiutructlon costs have kooo up. and 
tlve BtudenU at IBU will attend another year of 
cla&Kes In former barracks bulldlnas with Hagalna 
flnani, dim llglitlntr «»d tho odor of overflowing 
totlftit. 

The studcnU aren't the only losorii. The ta* 
paycni havn to pay their share an woli. Every time 
construction costs Incicnuif, Inflation rob» the tax- 
pnyor. Kvery inonDi tho bulldlnji law boun do 
laved Iuli meant a \f'M HUbitnntlal building miut 
bo coiiHtructiid to ntay within tho budRftl. Thn 
bulldhHt tlmt coutd havo been ntartod Just tall 
wan a mipurlor structure to the ono that Inflation 
will now dlclati-. 

l^veryllino the council procrantlnatnii on a ntato 
billldlnti, It clvc.i tlio taxpayeni leiia fpr their 
money. The damauo l:i tloim at Idaho Btate and 
ether lustltutlons thin ymir, and It mluht neism 
lliere l» no \lm cryhifr ov«r spilled tax money. 
Nonet heleiw. It ittwa Ki-eiii that tu tho future the 
buildhut council mluht i:enr lUt (lollbtiratlonn ami 
to Imtnudlato state necd'i tttnn to Iho convmiU-nt 
Pboo of the council memhor«.— Idaho Btnto Jnur- 
iml, 

KOONt J'tJItKIt WAT Kit 

^foiwewlves will not bo awaro of nny cltnn«e, 
but within a matUir of montlw they will be«ln 
AUltchlni: from AllS to liAB. 
. Jn other words, they will b*Rln Usui* a dlf 
feront kind nf deteruent In their sinks and wiuih 
liiK machlnnii, one with the mono cl«atiln« power 
lis Iwfore but which won't cauim tlie foainlnu In 
mmii Hurfiuui waloin that has hrouyht ko much 
rrlttcliim mialnst HUpenieuftlllvo doloi'Konl mauu 
liictureiJt. 

I'Mr luiu-'iowlvt^ who happen to have n dcfiw 
In chemljdrv. It nu-auH thai the familiar alkyl 
bi'ii'M^na liuUonalc.i (AlUH with branchod-chali 
liydrocin'hmui will In* liiijipluntiul by thn liodlum 
milt of an alkyl uryl Milfimate In which tin- alkyl 
croup In tlio moktilde l.i wtritnir out hi linear 
fiuuitoii tLAtl>. 

II. i;is!in.'i that It Is the "klnk.1" In tli** hydro 
nubon nioli-jmlt'i that makf ordinary ili'tcriinnlj 
ko r.'.'iliitant To blnlnnlciil hrcnkhii: down. HtrjUnhi- 
entiw ottt the klnk.'i prodiR'c.'i n ":.»fl," di^nidablit 
deteruent that la milch more pulutahlo to \w- 
lorla. without, who;.e help man would soon be 
choked In hltt own wtuitct. 

Attor more than a decade of research, the 
voluntary, hidiudiy-wldi-, multl-mllllon-dollur 
conversion pmitram.lH oxiieclcii to be completed 
by Uii> xind of UlUfi. 

Thouuh dcteiui'iil fonmlnir i.n only one small, 
and rjiMtutlally harmle.-ji, fijoUir In tho niltlon's 
wuter pollutlim prolilum, u In by far the most 
vlfdblc. Tin; mure i.crlini;t iuatt*'rn of pollution re- 
main to bo i.olviid— .such as Induiitrlul waiites and 
Hhuply kwtptntt up wttti the ordinary by-produaLt 
of our biiiKfonluu cltlcu.— Idaho Vails I'o.Ht-lti!i(- 
l.Hler. 




PINE WRITING 

Pot Shotu \a llko tlio vast nin- 
jorJly of oilier |>coplo wlien it 
comejt to Rcriiwllttt( some sort of 
moflsnKo on a postcard. Wo'vo al- 
ways bolioved a postcard was In- 
tended an n moniu) of relnyi;i(£ a 
sluirt mc!iiui((o, somcllilnij Ilko, 
Iluvlnj; wonderful tlmo; f.liul 
you'rft-itot liorot" 

IluAliul Isn't Hie approacli used 
by everyone. Tafee Mr::. I'ot Shots, 
Jur.t for nn uxaniptc. Sim mniliHl 
n poslcard (lio other Uity and w« 
got no interested wo counted tlio 
words — nil 22rt of 'cml Wlmt'u, 
moro, It was nil perfectly legible. 

At the rlwk of lncurrlii|( the 
mnllmnti'tt wralli, we'd like to 
mint out tlmt tliin nort of tiling 
ma to Im> nipped in- tlio hud before 
It sprentbi imy farther. U ovcry- 
otto did tiifit sort of tiling, tlio 
postal (icrvlcc would have n no- 
vcro breakdown nml tha duly up- 
polnlcd rounds would bo delayed 
mu\ dolaycdl 



Of tetuP itilt y G° ltlw »t' t> *' atuttmiontH un- 
parently forget tlmt 



othur caadidatt.'d 



Gven't always boon too hrurht in what 
they flay- -Dwhint liiiKonliower npokt» i» 
• aueh'-A muddled manner that direct (H io- 
tSSfaM ^naa him wore i forlndden wi»i» 
he wafl Preaid«mt^y|llo\v h y tin. namo 
. <*f ^Xruman SMB^^^Btt^l hiH foot in 
jbii piontix Ai^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiA.too. 



voum HAVt: ^Ji-ri-K Kt»x*T 

Polliid-ni run into troutile In the lost days oi 
houni of u campaliin, wlum the "undecldedH' 
make up their iuIiiUh, too late for aeouraU* coun 
inu In l) uil polin. That's what happened In the 
I'ruman-Dewry content of 104U, mid more re- 
cently, tn tlinOr«t(«u primary, It only 'fihnws that 
people aren't r<-ully swayed by ih)11m after all, 
Tlinei' 



\ah\ AnuelfJt 

/i'l;'''"^ i,1(,l£ »t Kceneiy, olheiM kco 11.- 
lirookj (AlborU) liuiioUn. 



PU PS>OR~K) DS~DEPTT^ 
Dear Pot Shots: 

Would llko to (ilvo nwny"two 
do|!<i, ono 0-monlh-old huntiiic doj; 
and a bid lilack dotf. Wo llvo ono 
mile north, one and one-hnlf miltiji 
west of Albertson's corner, tlio 
second lantf driveway. 

Phon. 733-73M 
(Twin Falls) 

Two German aliortlialrn, n pup 
and the mother, must 1m> j;lv 
nway. You can pick them up at 
50 r Fourth avemio north nflet* c 
p. tri. — — 

WILL IT NEVER END? I 

.So fjjr, IJiiM'e" liavo imon fuw 
complaints a h o u t tlio latest 
clianuu In wenther. PorlmpH It'i; 
because no one really believer, 
that cold, wet, loun, wet, cold, 
rainy sprfni; has rejilly etidod. In 
case you haven't checked your 
caleudiir Intel>-. the fourth of 
July in Just (nit* week from .Sat- 
urday, weather tHUivith.sljuKliiij;, 

Hut wail a few days. After there 
have liocn five or i;ix tlnyn in ii 
row witli the nieicnry |;oini: ahovo 
tho oo mark, llu-n you'll slnrt 
henrini: tilt- cniniilaiat.s. to wit; 

"Won't thin hot spull KVIiUt 
end'' I 

• • ■ 

MAGAZINES FOR FREE DEPT. 

Dear Polsy: 

h'w a nUamn to Imin all (lie 
i;oi«l ri'inlini: in theso two or three 
years of Boys Ufc. Wouldn'1 
someone llko lo have them? 'l'huy 
may lie picked up at the Warren 
moid in Kotchum. 

Mn. J«y Mklion*v 

OUH UULLETIN BOARD 
A. A4«*t, Twin F*ll«-Tlm iiltiui- 
tion abjuit which you writo will 

COnlhlUfl KO louy M ptTKOUK llko 

yourself permit It. When you and 
nil the otluir Hood citizens rise up 
and DEMAND un end to It, thou 
you'll Htnrt Itottlun reiiiillB. And 
Kuens where you're ((oIii(! (o have 
to reitlnter your dcmnmlu? Not hi 
thl« corner. (lutf« tar aiuv. Any- 
way, thiinkK- 

5UGAR SOLUTION, MAYBE? 

Dear Pot Shots: 

lio any of your cotmlilueiitN re- 
meinlMtr. what Helotso said ... 
rliifut chintz curt a ins In to koep 
their j-lazo mid nli([net;s iuuluad 
of iikIiij; fttnrcli? 

Tttfenki 

(ItUjMMi) 

FAMOUS LAST LINE 
• . . A lUmliln* thoWaf Won't 
U»t tulf *ti hour." 

GENTLEMAN IN THE 
FOURTH ROW 



I(y r.Vr.K C. WII.SOM 
(Klnlted I'rrxM Internutloiml) 

He«iil'dleii;i of hl« civil rlchtfi 
vothiK record, Sou. Barry Oold- 
^nter will find tho presidential 
ilectorai colicjre rlKIieti iiHithi/it 
lilm. The elt-ctoral colleim would 
bcrljiuod niialiiiiti 
u n y more or) 
leut connervatlvo 
prciildontial cuti- 
dldute. 

fttuto by state, 
pre.slilentlale)iic-l 
torn ure chonen 1 
on it winner-, 
tulce-nll haul ii. I 
Tlmt fiyidem hnti, 
madi! Die left 
wlnir ruclnl, la- 
bor pressure i,/u c. wii. 
uroup:i political tjowcrhouiies In 
U.S. politics, Tho.'ie preanurq 
Brouiis are concentrated In "tha 
ureut cltloii nuch an ISTow York, 
Ghtcuun, Dodait mid Fhllndel- 
phln. The tilir Induutrhil ntntoii 
with thn mo.it numrrouii electoral 
voten more often than not are 
won by tho candidate taipportnd 
by thoHfi premium ip'oupff. 'The bttf; 
coucenlratloiui of i>opulatlan nro 
too much for the rural mid nmiiU 
town voters where n moro con- 
vutlve point of View may be 
expected to prevail. 
.TJie AFL-OIO Imliuitrlal Union 



Interpreting the News 




lepartnient (TODr~fiUhimttrtzori- 
this situation In a dhiousiilon of 
tho moimlntf of tlio 1Q0Q pretil- 
dentinl election. The XVD nakl: 
"Kcnnody wan elected lnr(tely by 
bljf city votors." Tho Ilepubllcan 
nutlonul committee prcnontod 
iitutlfitlcfi provliiic tho IUO to bo 
correct. For example: 

In 10(10 Richard M. Nixon car- 
ried VO Mlchlitmi couittloji for a 
plurality of 2-H,i!!!0 voteii out.'tlde 
Detroit. John F. Kennedy car- 
ried 13 Mlcliltfitu cmttitfcfH. UIh 
Detroit plurality wn:i 311,721 
votcn. Detroit provided Kcniiudy 



with all of Michigan'* eloalora.) 
votes. 

Nlxon'n IIHiioIk plurality out- 
nlde Ohlcuso wim 447,45* voten, 
Kennedy piled up a 45(1,312 vote 
plurality In Chicago and took nil 
of Illinois' electoral voted. Phila- 
delphia and I'ltutburfih delivered 
all of Pomwylvnnla t« Kennedy. 
New" York City delivered all of 
New - York fttato. 

The racial and labor preanure 
KroupH are amorttf the yeasty 
political ncttvlHt «lemcnl« of left 
wing XJ. 8. polltlcn, of which 
Americans for Deitiocnitlc Action 
(ADA) probably In the mont ef- 
fective Instrument. The loftlon 
are well aware of their udvim- 
toKcn under tho prwient iiyatem 
of clioa'dttff prcsldentJnJ cteclorn. 

ADA, the National AModatlon 
for tho Advancement ol Colored 
Veoplo. WiVlthr-Jl*uthRr'fl CIO 
and otheni huvo battod down 
every nttempt to roform the nyii- 
tern. Borne yearn uro more than 
50 sen n torn Joined hi niioniiorlntc 
a reform measure that would 
have yanked the ruff out from 
under the prcwuni grota*. Tho 
preanure croups moved In hard 
and font oppoamg the proposal. 

Ucnatont benaii dropping off 
tho Mponsor lint like windblown 
rotten apple*. Conservative busl- 
neasmnu who do little more than 
cry - on — eaeh— othar-'a— thotildpra. 
could accomplish aomethlns con- 
ntruotlve In their own behalf If 
they had the wit a«d energy lo 
bocome lnteronted. 

Ben. Karl E. Mundt, II., S.D„ 
and otliern have upoimoredKenate 
Joint renolutlon 12 to reform the 
electoral college flydtom. The re- 
form proposed In a Rood one al- 
though tho left wlURoni will cry 
out oftalniit It. An Inipiiry nd- 
dreiiiicd to Muiult, Honnto Office 
bnlldinp, WnBiUiiBton, ». C. 
would obtain all Information 
about BJ 13. 



The Doctor Says 




<-.-::A--~ 

»y wayni: a, 

XUANDHTADT, M.K1. 

Q— Whut Ik the euro for 
Unpetli:o? 

A — Impolijro Is n ckln Infection 
that Is common in children and 
l.i hlnhly contuKlouH becaiwo tho 
pun iielji on tho 
t> h e o t h . wall'i, 
iloont and fur- 
niture. Thin dl- 
«ntifio wiw very 
tubltorn a n d 
prone to recur 
before the nd- 
vi-nt nf ulttlbl- 
otlcfi. Htubboni 
I..') are ntllt 
seen when tho 
tuisntlvo ovuau- 
Imii liiifi become p r . i 
ri'.'dnlunt to penicillin. A n«wer 
an tt tilo tic, erytlironiyclit, It u n 
proved very effective, 1,1, woikn 
better when Riven Internally than 
when Uued in un ointment. When 
lmpetluo In pie.M'iit In it Iioum:- 
Itold, 11. In (a.:, t- in lal Una all meiu- 
beiti of the family ui,r un uVlll- 
i.i'pltc lionp contaluiuiE hi'Ku- 
chloroplmttt!. 

Q— What 1h the came and cure 
of Jeukoplukhi? ]fow ihumuinw 
U It. 

A — leukoplakia is n condition 
In which a white patch dt-volopy 
on tho mucou:. Mirfuce .of the 
mouth, Moi'tf nm ly it, may oc- 
cur on other imicipiN i.uiraecn, 
Tlie mout tiequent i:aui,c U heuvy 
i.mnkliui. The dancer lli'n In the 
fuel Unit it In often a for r nuuier 
of canoer. IU Uin- niituii) should 
be (iutermlnod l>y mlmoLcopic 
I'xaininatltiii of u (.mull piece of 
the pffticted IIkmu-. If ihe con- 
dition bi hiukopliiklu nnit not 
llcliOJ) pljimw, ulileh may e)fw;t']y 
retiemblo it, imrideal removal In 
odvUod an a ciiiii:«t piivuntlve 
imuuuire. 

Q— Th la hummer we will bo 
Uvlujr In n furnlf.lmd apartment 
witli ooolchiK utenidlii ami dliihon 
mipplleii. WhiH KlmulU I ulo In 
the dlnltwitter to. dinlufect tiu",e 
(Ihihbh? 

A — The bent diiilnfeelant in 
heal. HolliiiK for two or (Juoo 
biliiute* will do tlio trick. 



Q — In a recent column you 
told about the bimnflU derived 
from the iwju of low molecuJar 
dextrnn (LMD). My doctor jutld 
ho wan unable to yet It at the 
dniniilore. In It coinuiorclitlly 
available? 

A — It Jj» manufactured by 
lMiarmacla liberator lea of Now 
York, and ulno I bellevo by the 
Pliarma Chemical Corporation of 
llcthleliem, r«. 



Quotes 

from thn 

News 

UL..*...: --.-./-j'a.'^j^iatiaj 

Hy Unltrd 1'resK Iittenmtloiial 

LOinaviLLiii, Ky., — Ponn- 
nylvania Gov. William W, 
tlcranton, comiwirhut the Kon- 
liedy atimlhliitrallou with tho 
Johnwn ntlmlnlntratloii: 

"iCVi-n ivJieu U Vi'im wronif, 
tho K e n u c d y adinlulntrutlon 
could bo counted on for style 
dnd mo co and hlnh icme 
purpoii!. lint what a difference 
In WtuihitiBtou today. Tlin cir- 
ciw haii come lo town. IRvory 
11) of our society i» plaiitered 
with a poultice of propu^anda, 
The poor, the oued, tlie unom- 
ployed are made part of a llar- 
nuni and llulloy rottd iiliow 
which iin*i ono - olijoctlve *nd 
one objective only: To perpHu- 
ute wheeler - dealer oontrol of 
tho national administration," 

cmCAClo-thm~ Hurry OoU\- 
wuter, rxphilnliiit In a letter to 
tho editor of the cuicnuo oun- 
Tlmun, why he voted uKalimt tho 
civil rluhtn bill:', 

"Jf a«r«»/ witli yon tlmt It .is 
morally wrduir to deny a man 
employment ln.caune of hid race, 
creed or color, but I will ulso re- 
mind you t hat it i:i cmuitltuUon- 
ully rliflit until tlie tim« coaieii 
when we luueud Uio coiUiLltu- 
tlou." r 



TAYLOR'S VIEWS ON 

WORLD NEWS 



Bj HENRY J, TAYLOft 
claulo passage In Leon 
Trot-iky'* "History of the Rus- 
sian Revolution" describes how 
a soldier, instead of -shooting at 
miwV of rrd dr>monnIrator*, 
winked at them. 

The wink, 
Trotiky Bald, 
marked a alirnlf- 
Icant victory Jn 
communlsfc Infil- 
tration and thun 
a turning point 
in the baric Bol- 
shevik Bchenie. 
Kohtnd Waah- 
Ington - manaRed 
llow), the red _ 

Ink* have long Haary j.Tamr 

fxvTfi WlnkJntt with equal revel- 
ntlon In South Viet ,Nwn. Now 
Ihey are blinking right In tho 
center of SalRon, where we have 




■ — •» ■ ~, — — imvi >v |ii cntu u ly 

had four U.S, commaaaer» one our dead In South Viet Nana 



lifter the other. 

Ola Dlnh province Includw 

in citj)'N mtliurlM. An eiitlniated 
200 coinmunlKt cells operate 
Uierti,— — — — ■ ■ - ■ ~. 

When we recMitly Jitaged free 
electlonN In 400 Quang Tri pro- 
vince n Irate ii ic h a ink Li, more 
tlutti 100 Viet Coiiii imeni.1 were 
elected chiefH. The story Id oh 
old an the Trojnri hoifie. 

When a oertaln point of com- 
munlnt Infiltration has been 
reached, an Trotnlty mentioned, 
military force bi Ineffective. Ttilu 
Ik tho initially ol Ainorlca'n 
aimed ntrcntcth after you have 
nilmicd the bout In nn area like 
Boutheiuit Aula, Yet for three 
Kalld yearn tho WaiihhiKton 
htndoutj* were moro ImitffA- 
malcinir material, and Bnoietary 
of Defense Ilobert '8. McNamara 
Jetted back and forth with all 
the aplomb of Puff, tlio Music 
Dragon. 

The wlukK are the frightened 
peoplo'n reiipon/io to the preiitige 
of a probable winner wavlnff a 
hanuinnn'R nooiie, Tliey know 
tli«y must end tip on the tiUlc ot 
tlitlr future ruler or periiih, 
Tlmreforc, who will tho winner 
be? 

Iiuitond of our being outratted 
by ihls Intenw-'Jy human iitUttid^ 
we jihoiild reply, "Hut for the 
grace of aod, there go I." 1 

Thin In where Amerlcn'ii pron- 
tlgo l.i ahiolutoly decisive: To 
stop tlie fiiiowliftll be/ore It /;tnrt^i, 
And thli( in whore we are dinon- 
troiisly weak now all over tlie 
world. Uenpect for the United 
atutts in our flrnt line of defeiu^ 
—-for ourTMilves and for the fie- 
ourlty of threatened lauds. 
Wheie In that roj;pect7 Where? 
In Ar.iit and Africa, ■where two- 

Poor Man's Plato 



thirds of the human race ««, 
how dwells, the turning nTi 
came In Korea. 1 1111 

Korea Is the, only, major war 
America ever ent/jred. Unit w# 
did not win, HJfltory nerrr nvn' 
looked thnt In the leading tm u lin 
of the world — never W* Wn 
more than a million Ami'ilraiu, 
to Korea. Tlie Pantmmjoni true* 
wan signed July 37, 1053, 

The war had-lastdd t|irr>» 
yenm. 33 days — only in ,|iiy» 
ahort of our fight agalmt 
Oermans In World war II, w„ 
had mor» than 100,000 castialll f . 
—dead, wounded and mUMim-, 
In the living Tortrcss our'deni^ 
formed oil Ute Koreon battle- 1 
field. Tlie nod diwt of Ihcw 
Is Bacrod— deep amccig tlie never, 
to-bo- forgotten. Or hav B we for-. 
gotten tliom in the way wo nwm 
to be Indifferent presently to 



Ypt tlio truce plan Ml the m r 
where it ntarted. America Imd 
failed to win a War agultint |]| a 
C7ommunlBt OliIncMi. Tlioy Mop- 
ped-ouc- DowerIuLcouijtry,JniB__ 

United BlnteH Jntt greht pl'<r«tlgv. - 
Tlie n«d Chinese won ^iiDnurHis 
preitlge. 

--Actually, Presidential Aiwbt- 
ont aiierman Adajnn nUtcs in 
lib autobJogrnphy tlmt It «•(« s\ 
only our be h i 11 d-theri;c B n M V / 
threat of the atom bomb tlm J 
broiiuhl the Ued Ohlnefie to t)i fl 
I'ftiununjom bargaining table s t 



An one result, from the Afro- 
Anian viewpoint, America looks 
like Atlas with the world on bin 
Bliouldorns while tlie Silio-Sovlct 
marauder* resemble a lootbtll 
hero being carried on tlio nliwil- 
ders of tlie crowd. 

Tliln 1« the root notirce ol Un 
wink Unit blinked in Laon, Boutli 
Vl«t Nam, Camhodla, •riiatknd, 
Malaya, Indonesia — and when' 
else? 

White House correspontifmU 
cftniploln that President John- 
jw>h lias gnftged Preiis Bccnitry 
Oeorgo nwidy reitardlnir Boutli- 
eiuit ArJa news, always referring 
them now to the Pcntiigon. Many 
report Unit Uia purpose 1- lo 
protect Mr. Jolin^oii's Jma« e hy 
not having tho bad news com* 
out of Uie White House. 

Khrushchev and Mao Tne-luiif 
will hand the lmaae-makliif lo 
President Johiwon on « m ve f 
platter r,o lonir ok Uiey control 
the wlnkn that itrow and (row 
and grow. Tlie lung« of Amer- 
ica ohould Open, here and now, 
with a *hont tlmt jdiakei tin 
White IIouj* to the core: "To 
hell with tho-imitiio; give ui Use 
ncore!" 




BY HAL UOVLE 
tmVl YORK, June ^fl IM 
Tlioflu pood old dny». Oh, thoiie 
good old dityol 

Oldtlmoni (10 yonrn of bra or 
moro like to drop u tear in their 
mirnnparilla a ti 
they recall how 
much bolter and 
moro romantic 
llfo won In their 
youth Unm It Is 
now. 

Uut was It 
really? 

Lite In Amer-| 
lea before World 
war I atlll had. 
something of a[ 

ulonoor^jauaiity, _ 

olid h a r d b h 1 p aYitfdtKcomrbrt" 
were pretty much takon lor 
granted. 

Weather and work hold people 
In thrall fnr more than thoy do 
now; leliiuro wan more for Uie 
doad than tho living. 

When old time 1* a remlntnco, 
they don't dwell on auch polntn 
an: 

Probably not half tlie homoii 
in America had indoor plumbing. 

Moiit home/i were heated by 
pot-bolllcd Htoven or balky coal 
lurnacen, tho aalicn from which 
had to bo luKKcd out with mo- 
nouonoun renularlty. 

People worked a 80- to 00- 
hour week," 

Wlioij u nifr l»ul to be cleanod, 
It waii hung on a lino In tho 
bncicyard nnd duiit wim iipankod 
out with a hunter. 

You didn't r 1 d 0 on power 
mowerfi; you cut the grown with a 
fllcklo, 

If you were wodltliy cnougli to 
nfford a car, you hud to hand 
crank It to net the moUir ntartcd. 
Tim roadn wore 110 had you woro 
lucky if you went 100 milon with- 
out a flat tire: If you did get n 



flat, you had to fix it yourMlr". 

Moat women had Itut tlielr 
beauty by the time Uiey wer« 
40; moat men were coiiildered 
old at 4B. 

I'eniiloiia- vere unheard ef In 
most Industries. 

There were 110 electric wiubliif 
machlnea. Wives hid to wum 
the family's grimy dud* in tutu, 
and launder them by fund or 
,wlth a Kcrubblng farusn on a 
1 ridged washboard. 

Winters were long and cold; 
summers long and hot. 

Hie kitchen held no gleimtn* 
rorrigerntor. 'lite pan under Uw 
Icebox had to be emptied dally. 

Wood - burning atovei vera 
unod in' rural arean, and wme- 
boily^lrf-tho— house hold- luul-to — 
chop the wood. 

After a hard day upent st oth- 
er chores, mothers had to darn, 
ottnn by lamplight, the tnen- 

In addition to alt tholr other 
womi, women had' to lace thenv 
solves Into co met* go tightly 
they couldn't swallow a (rape 
without feeling' uncomfortable 

It took almoflt as many il»v« 
to travel ncro/yt the caiitliienC b/ 
train tut It now does hours by 
Jot plane. In a amall town, any 
resident who had aeon botli Ni- 
agara falls and the Qranu" can- 
yon wnn a celebrity. No bunk*!" 
wnH cracy enonnh to Ifiirt you 
money lo moke a vacatioti trip- 
There were no drlve-in tliw 
tor*, no radio, no television. "° 
hi-fi set*, no piped-'" »' Uilc ' n9 
canned don food. 

What) do. they mean "tlio bom 
old days?" About all tlwy «*« 
We don't have wan a bl« foamy 
glii(i« of nickel beer. And it» 
hardly worth turiiinu the caloo- 
dar back Just for that. 

Tho need old duyn lmv# wen 
replaced by Uie Kood new days- 
today and tomorrow. 



Oswald Jacoby, Bridge 



rlSn^K^J^!tca^^^-.•'."■■ ' "■ : 
OVEI(llll>I>lN<i NO 

< iti.Mr. in iiiiiixii: 

U wait ulnioi.L 'M yoiuii niio 
Unit J.oulj.0 Wlilnwi')([Jlt of Nuw 
York bflcumn th« fli'M wouuin-to 
will tlio IlDLlnwur trnpliy Inr tlm 
Kltntlil'11 Tdlllll of l-'om* uluuu- 



NORTII (») Its 
A 10 0 8 
VK0.12 1 

♦ AQ00 
+ 72 

VVK8T HAST 
*Q03 

»QtS< VAJIOOO 
♦ K J 10 ♦ 0 8 2 

+ 003 *AK» 
SOUTH 

♦ AK J8T 
V N0110 

♦ 7 4 3 
*QJ10m 

No 011a vuln.rnblo 
North KK.t KouUt Went 
)'••< IV U IV 
? * P*u ■ * A I'lIM 

Opoiilnjf lead_v * 



fi^;i,> ..in 1 1 |H .vi i^i 1 "' ~" " — — 
cnrcln for Mm. WntaiwrlKlit 1° 
itiuku tha iiiiml. . 

Sim ruffed Ui« oiienlnif 
load will Jed the )»ck of cluM. 
KiiHt won-wlth tlio klllB •ll" 
uhlftod to a low trump. Lot")* 
roim witli tlm iu». mid iiroiiiliw 
took u dlunioiid fliuul. - 
Wlion tliln worked, I" 1 "'".'" 
looked pretty BOOd. 'llie l««t ol™ 
wnn led from dummy. K"»t r» 
with the nee mid led "»" ul " r 
trump. Loulno refuiiecl ft "' ie '''f; 
Bho could nfford to lone ft'™"" 
tl |0 queoil of tl'UllipK, bat 
could pot afford to lot li« op- 
poillieiltH lead « Oilrd "t 1 " 1 "',,., 
Vtom thU point on. It Wiu Ji« 
a mutter of mnpplnif ui'- 
i.turti a l to run off cluta >nif tMit 
iihowld her lmlld .uplalnliijl UI" 
whichever <lef<ndor WW "? 
que.ii of truinpn could t»" » 
uny time he wanted Ui. 

CUP MKN8K 

m. Q — Tho bidding ll«" U»nl 
«ouU. We»t Nortll 



|llOI)l!lll)l. Ill tllll.-.U CtllVll I.IIUlUI 

.wiih nn undciblddir, but time 
cliunueH ninny tlilll|[n nml In a 
recent rubber kerne tit tho lte- 
keucy club In New York, Hlie 
overbid lo u rutller ileubtful 
knme conliuct. [ ■ 

It wiiMi't loo nulcli of ui 1 ) over- 
bid, but Uw wianu dillitaiy lilt 
tile Ublo and It ulmoet required 
a good look at, all the adverse 



PlU 

Pail 



3* 
0* 



I'm 



You, South, holdl „„., 
ill ♦A««*QH" 
. What do you do7 w _ 

A— BU tin dfamoeaV. 
have full value* for year art* 
Vloiu blda aaal c*Q offer* W 
abow Uite arc. - 

5-OBAVS OfJESTlOU 

Your. partner jumpl to 
lioorta over five diamond-. WW 
clo you do now? 

im.er Not .bl" ' 




OFI'IC'lillH OF THE Twill l-'utla Kornpl lailln t club nl the a»- 
.. . .nunlJiiMtuniitlon lnriitliir Allowed, 111 tlm Itoftrr.ou linlrl Dpnrrt 
'" irMtn »Vn, from Ifrft^llnlrii-Uniwii," rinnucliiI"ln.(Tr,itaryJ~Mr<tr 
** ** ' * * * A 

Soroptimist Club Installs 
Mrs. Steenc as President 

Mm. Ann Sleono lian been hi 
itallcd n-'i preiddont of the Twin 
Ya\\a Soroptlmiiit club. Mr/i. 
Clirlutlnn Petersen wan inntallinit 
officer. 

Other officers are Mm. HterlhiK 
Ijiwon, vice pre/ddont; Mr.n. 
llnlph Hnrrln, nccrotary; Mm. 
aien Cnnnon, trea-Mircr; Helen 
Drown, financial uocrotury, and 
Mrs- Morris Vavold, director. 

Mm. Richard Howard, outgo. 
Inn pmiidcnt, told mcmbcrn tlu 
oluli hwf pledged $1,000 to tin 
elvlc auditorium fund, won flrnt 
plnce In' the Rocky Mountain 
region for a iiervlce project nnd 
it /urnljihiiirf the main lounjjo 



Jerome Aids 
Federation 

JEROMK, June 2a— Some AM 
jtoiiiub of clotlilnit were packu; 
and {flipped to Save the Chil- 
dren federation thbi weult by the 
American Legion and American 
.LprIoii auxiliary. 

finvo * ho Children federation In 
i non-profit organization porv- 
liiK underprivileged pori^ma In 
tlio United S tn ton and over- 
toil.!. During the pimt nix yearn 
lionrly onn— million pounitn of 
clothing for children have beon 
Mtit to areas at homo nnd 
abroad. 

'Hid localAmerlcan Leclon nnd 
luxlllary huvo mippllod approx- 
imately flOO poundn of clothing In 
iwcnt yearn 

Co-chairmen of tho drive were 
Mr, and Mm. L. W. Sanborn, n.i- 
ititwl by Mr. and Mm. Carlton, 
Mr. and Mm, Juice Walla, Mrs. A. 
I). Watson, A. D. McMahon, Mm. 
l*J Coaten, Mm. l"lora Hitchcock 
Mra. George Eaaton, 



of the new "Y" bulldhiK at 
cont of more than Sl.flOO. 

lto.in Ann Sinclair, the club'n 
representative to Girl/;' (iinte, 
ported mi her ncllvltlen iit the 
ntato meeting. 

Sp'clal rfiiofit wan Mm. J, T 
TuHaw, Murlatigh. 



Woodrow Kite Is 
Honored at Buhl 

IlUHL.^imo 2(1— Funeral fiorv- 
Icen for Woodrow Kite were con- 
ducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday at 
tho Albert;;on - Dlcknrd fimoral 
chapel by tho Itcv. Dolmar Ji. 
Talley, pii/itor of the Hilhl I"lr«t 
Chrl.itlun church. 

Mm. William Watt, jiolol.it, wan 
accompanied by Mr.i. Stanley 
ICorn, onrimhl. 

Pallbearern were KIL'iworth 
Schooler, Jumc.-i Strawser, A. L. 
Bowman, Krnc.'it Phikiiton, Iton- 
ald Pulmer mul Jack Palmer.- 

Concluding rltea were held at 
fliniMt Momorlnl park In Twin 
l"aILi. 



K, H. Woman Is 
Hurt in Crash 

KINO mi,L, Juno 25 — Mm. 
Cecil Watwm- wa,i injured about 
tho neck and ahouldora and 
Hcratched about tho faco en route 
to trfiwlfiton. 

Sho lo.it control of her Volks- 
wagen In a rain nnd hall storm 
on LowL-iton hill and the car 
rollod. She wan thrown clear.. 

Mrn. Wn twin Li talflna an 
olght-wook courfwi In Spanish at 
tlio Unlvowlly of Idaho. Wataon 
roporUKi Thur/iday alio wan not 
hojipltal Ir^xl. The car wa» tlcmol- 

lfllUHl. 



ltlelmnl llnuurd, ouUolnr prrNldmt; Mrw, Halph HnrrN, rtct,rt\ 
lug Mcrrrlary, nml Mrx. Glni Cauinin, Ir^uunrrr. VVimra-Srwn 
phntiij * ■ — 



Rupert Area 
Woman Dies 
At Age of 80 

nupKnr, .rune so— m™. Kffio 

May ttobei'lJinn niumiUfifiiMi, III), 
died Thur.'idiiy in Mlnldolia Me- 
morial ho.ip||tll of a llnuerlnn 111- 
ner.fi. 

Kho wan horn Nov. H, 1(1113, at 
Fountain Green, Utah, and wan 
married in Henry A. nnnimmion 
In Fcbrimry, lOOil, at IJvaniiton. 
Wyo. The niarrlnim Inter wan 
iiolemnl/.i'd In the Ui\;an LDfcl 
temple. Eihn had llvetl In Idaho 
for -U yearn. 

Sho wnn un nctlvo member of 
the LDS church and nerved a;i 
ward primary prnnldent and pri- 
mary teacher. Hho wait a Itellef 
noclety vl-'iltlnit teacher for nev- 
ornl ycnni until her death, Elbe 
wiwi inomber of the Hon I''pl club 
In Uupurt. 

Survlvoni Include her hunband, 
Rupert; ono d a u u h t e r. Mm. 
Wayne (Tluth) Sunderland, Rup- 
ert; one non, Henry II. Ho-'imiiK- 
sen, Iliddwhi Park, Cullf., mid 10 
irrantlchlldren. 

t'unornl norvlce/i will bo con- 
ducted nt a p.m. Monday hi tho 
Minidoka stakn tabernacle by 
Delborfc Duolcley, blnhop'a coun- 
noior. ConcludlnK rlten will Ihi 
held at Ituport cemetery. l : VlendH 
may call at tho Payne mortuary 



YJHUAHV TO IIAVK CIIANOKS 
RICHl'HCLD, Juno Mrs. 
J. B. Seward, Richfield librarian, 
and Mri. Rachel Benxke, exten- 
wloii librarian from tha fetata 
library at llolne, are maklnir 
chauued In book Hrrntigrmni: 
and illficardlntr unuwd book* mI 
tlio Rlchfltrld public library thU 
woek. HtfluUr library o(wnlntf 
Iioum «uo continued without in- 
terruption, Mr*. Bowurd an- 
nounced Wedneiday. 



In Ilurlry Suniliiy afteriiwn and 
evenini;. lind at the place of 
vice nt. 1 p.m. Monday. 



by R. E. BERG 




GRADUATION 

An many parcnt'i liave dUi- 
covered to their dlamay, luimiin 
knowldettn '"in made r^minitable 
pi-o({rei;a i.lnco ixnnu of un ' 
. . . - to itchonl 

and tho prob 
lemii our yoiuiK- 
;i t o r s bring 
homo fro m 
their hlifh r,rhool 
c 1 a ii a o n can 
3 ii n u n (1 like 
Greek . . . even 
when the c.Uuis 
b in physlcn. 

Wo forin 
much of what 
wo Iciirn In /ichool. And a Tiit 
of whn t we learned turnii out 
to havo been wrnn;:. a:i the ' 
ou.'t lidences mlviuice. So If tho 
purpoi.o of edUL'iitlou wu:i (.Imply 
to uivit un facNi to remember, tho 
whole procewi would bo dubious 
Tlio point In that education In 
not itlmply a matter of leiimlutf 
facti. It Li abio tralnlnir 
tralnlnir of I ho mind to work, 
upon fuctfi. whatever they may 
bo. TralnlniE In the iieiute 
bnlldlwr and ntremrthenlnK char- 
acter. Tmlnlnir hi the wnyn oi 
life, nnd In the truths that do 
not change, ltd value In not al' 
ways measured in crado, but In 
our nblllty to cope with life. I 
Tub* U why Kraduatlon In not 
really an t-nd. but u b^uliuilns, 

BERG'S 

Twin Falls Mortuary 

TU-13W Twin Fall* 

Neat feck Mr. tl*r* will vam- 
tnent on anotb«r In Urea t Ink 
•abject. 





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[Friday, 'Juno 26, 1964 
Twin Fallt Times-News 



G. Werry 
lonored at . 
ist Rites 

, June 26— Funeral 
were held lor ' >J 
k\ Werry at 3 p.m. Tuntlay 
" 'i Community .ohurch. 
fttlng were Terry Allen 
\me Woolery. Garth film* 
Bat and Mr*. Margnerlte Wlae 
T pianUt. 

mover* were arranged l>y 
libera of Mayflower Ur be kali 
|e No. 41. 

Rtlve pallbearers wrre Mur- 
n Jewell, Charles Wright, 
ffge McOohlgal, loiter It. 
ben, Otis Dtsbemiett and Mil 
Vj£ r Efchaefer. 

lonorary pallbearers Included 
ge V. i,«riwvi, Dnnbury, 
i.; Robert C. Mitchell. flood 
Kenneth iriihn**; Huiter- 
: Oeoriie Merrick, Jullai'tta; 
jaood Werry, flhoshnne; Jlluh ' 

Sontrer and Oeorge Ve» 
i, botll K* t chum I Wllllalil 
trade, Jr.; Elko; J. J. 
Jden ami Leonard KobIcI, 
and Oscar K. Thtimm, 
dwell. 

nomas Walker, Twin Kollw; 
fcyne Clark, Gknnett; I'ete 
Jiamiia and Mllford flweat, 
Corey; Dr. imbrrt n. 
Sight, Oicar J. ollJip, A. T. 
IJtnn, Itobert 11. Homo, l*aiil 
Vea, Berwyn liurlee, Joseph w. 
|ld, irtd Vnnnll. U. O. Price, 
Ccnnrrund, Leon Frlndmnn, 
nols Jonejt, John Havii-n mid 
blser Albrolluien, nil llallcy. 
^Honorary pallbearers from 
Ji'llevue Include Floyd Bleyers, 
McNnry. Walter Nelson, 
jitrd L. Beck, Joe Urn well, 
jjjjoodrov/ Watt*. James Rtchlxon, 
I E. Hatch, E. K. Williams. Clnr- 
Fitl Sherman, Everett O'Domiell, 
Jyerett Campbell and 1 labor t* 
lf(ttcnron. 

^Concluding rite* were held tit 
■fillevuo cemetery by UelleVuo 
dge No. o, IOOK 



News Around Idaho 

BOISE. June 3(1 Wl~Arciclea of Incorporation ware filed yester 
day In Boise for an Idaho Collector* association. The non-profit 
association Plana to promote fair dealings between collecting- agen- 
cies and creditors and understanding among It* members. Nwned 
to the board of directors for (he first year were Louis Oestmann. 
Saiinpolnt; Hetty Ofrardl, Nampiii Dean Femey, Flexburg; Bonnie 
Jordan, Twin Palls; Clayton smicn, Coour d'Alen*, and Earl 
lioleti, Meridian. 

110 IKK, June Xfl'Ln — Appointment «f Braee M, Wfcltaher M 
tiwcutlvc dlrrotor of <h« Idaho Society tor Crippled Children 
and adult* win announced yeaterday. Whltajter, wbo served as field 
rr prevent a tlvn flf the Oregon Society for Crippled Children and 
Adult* tor tour yearn, succeed* Lee Zumwalt, who resigned - 
monlti a|ii. 



tiOIHi:, June 2(1 tfft~ Fifteen women pilot* are expected to wing 
from TloUe to Pocatello Saturday In the annual "Mano Woman's 
AJr l>rl>}"-" Contestant* range from 30 to that ate at which a 
qui nil pilot kwpa mum, said IMbllcity Director Laura Conner. 



tlOlKI-:, June 28 Wi — Urinates it, Idaho's employment security 
aien^y rnanaiera- contemner Wftr« Cold yeeterday that their 
ptiyal/-*) plant ranka among the beat In the nation. The speaker 
wa* nr. W. U. Curtis, deputy admlnlntratAr of the baraau of em- 
ployment ifetirlty In Waahlnrtwn, »). C; Idaho, has gained national 
rrcocnltlon, said CurtU, "In carrying out It* responsibilities of the 
employmrnt security federel - state 'partnership,' particularly 
through th« Imaginative aggressive leadership' or state ESA Di- 
rector 11. r"r*d Oarrett," 



JlOiai*. Juno 2(1 (^—Mombors of the Idaho Nursing Home aaso- 
cltttlon Were illaod yrnterday to work .cooperatively with depart 
of puhllo (unlntniicn and henlth for lexlilature to Insure 
proper cum for aged patients and economic health for nursing 
luittfc.i, Edmttml r. Jacob*., !eu»l counsel ot the Wanhlngton State 
Nurnliiir Ifoinn as-inclntlon, wan featured speaker at the annual 
INHA mi- nil n if in llolnc. A. Donald Walkings, ttoUe, wu elected 
INJIA proftldeilt (Or 1004-05, 



fWN VAM.F.V, June 20 W— Meet ot the crllichnt of fraternities 
id snrorltlrM on the campus Is from non-cbltegtans, non-membera 
id thorn who do not understand the Work of the CJreek letter 
»»e!eili% Dr. 11. Franklin Thompson, president of the University 
of l'ugrt Hound, aald yesterday to members of the Kappa Kappa 
(iamnm fralerriJly, a girl* sorority group, at It* biennial national 
meeting. Thompson *altl the educational world la crying for leader- 
ahtp and the real leadership on tiie campus fa fn the fraternities., 



Julil Pioneer 
)ies at Home 
t Age of 76 

BUHL. Juno 20— Ernest Wllaon 
lller, -7(1, 'J2H Thirteenth uvoiluo 
irth, died Thursday afternoon 
hlit rosidettce ol an extruded 
!neas. 

Ho was born March 33. Iflflfl, 
JIutchiiuon, Koiih., and moved 
Ith lilt family to the Oklahoma 
rltory a* a small boy. lie came 
Huhl In 1010 and helped lay 
t tho tcwmlto and clear the 
ebnuh. Ho laid the first nhlo. 
alk* In Huhl. Ho rnUod nhcn[i 
:>r aevoral yeura ninl thuii Innn 
In thfl Northvlew tlLntrlct un 
il hie rettremoiit In WW, He 
oved to town In 1063. 
Ho was married to Margaret 
3utterworth Sept. 10, 1D13, In 
Tempo, Aria. They celebrated 
their golden wedding anniversary 
last year. He wax a, member of 
Jib Buhl First United I'rosby 
*rlan church and the Modem 
Woodmen of America lodge. 

lletltlcs hln widow, ha Is sur- 
rlved by threo daUKhterM, Mr«. H. 
f. (lletty) Piper, Jeromo; Mr«. 
Clvln (mui> Noh, Buhl, and Mrs. 
lerlln (Helen) Htiys, Gordon, 
Tebr.; ana aljtUT, Mr«. Lulil Mom- 
»11, Long Beach, CulK;, and sov- 
tn grandchildren. 

Punnrnl sorvlccs will be con- 
[uctod tit 2 p.m. Mohdny In the 
luh] FiKt United IVMbytcrJni) 
church by the Hov. Dftlo IC. Ol- 
ton. Cotitrlbiitlonn iu«y be made 
to Uio Buhl Pronbyterlan church 
memorlnl fund. Krleiula may cull 
at tho AlherUon-Dlckiird funorul 
homo from noon until r> p.m. 
Sunday and until 1 p.m, Moinluy. 
Concluding rltcn will bo held at 
■the Buhl cemetery. 

I Grange Sets 
Fair Plans 

niOJIFTKUO, Jlllio 2fl-5Uch- 
Ileld On\nuo inembera mode 
plans Wednesday to participate 
in tho Lincoln county fair auk. 
•7-H, with Olmi Uomi aa luoiluci 
booth chftlrmun for thu local 
•ntry. Mnmbors oppi-oved ai>ply- 
lng tor u game or tood booth 
during tho mnoltn« In tho Meth- 
odist recreation ronnui. 

Only one meeting will be hold 
In July. July 23. Th« annuni 
Ornnge )>Jenlo will bo hold July 
10 nt tho Wood river picnic art'u 
above KetcUum. l\)iiionii Oratigc 
meeting will bo held at fl:ao p.m. 
Thuuduy In the Metlioxllat rec- 
reation room*. 

A donation of »30 was ap- 
proved for til** Idalio Youtli 
ranch, Uupert, bulUUng tund, 
Tho money wm recetvtut for Vln- 
ttlng flrnt pluco In the Outlaw 
day parade, 

Doimltl Ward, Odoll Chatrh'ld 
and alen Hom guvo Impromptu 
talks on farming. Mrs. Cliatftuld, 
Orahge maater, Korvfrtl ro fresh ■ 



Circus Opens 
Tuesday at 
Jerome Site 

JEJtOME, June 30 — The King 
Urothorn tliree-rlng clrciw will 
arrive Tuesday for two per/orm 
ttiico» hi Jerojiie. 

Tho circus will put up tenU on 
the clrcti* gratitiu* at the sugar 
beet dump grounds on West ave- 

iin _B._ 

'Vim clroiw bt sponsored ~by~tho 
Jerome volunteer fire depart- 
ment. The circus, currently on 
Its 46th annual nationwide tour, 
1h considered one of the three 
lnrgc.it touring tented clrcusra in 
America toduy. 

There uro more than 100 circus 
pflrformer* and a tar* In tho allow. 
Included will bo high aerial 
Oirlllcni, acrobatic and tumbling 
champions, tliihtwlre wizards and 
many otliers. Barbara **alrchfld 
will present a biu-eback: riding 
act. 

Other foaturc.i are the trained 
animal uct.'i whl nh include cam- 
els, cunlnu.1, chlmpuny.cfti and 
liarmtx Ono ol tho newer it'iituren 
1* Uio Beatlo elephantt who wear 
wlga and danco to Beatle miiiilc. 

Ticket* will be on sale one 
hour before the doors open at 
the circus ground*. Irotn here 
til* clrous will move to Hurley. 



Fatm Bureau to 
Discuss Bylaws 
At Shoshone 

SHOSHONE. June 20— Lincoln 
county l-'arm Bureau board of 
dtreoUirtt wlILmoet at u;'J0 p.m. 
'HmruUay nt tho courthouse. 

Board nioinbcra will approve 
the county bylaws lit prepara- 
tion for Incorporation of the 
county. Mucy Wllllamn, Nam pa, 
Hold director, will bo present. 

A 100 per cent attendance) ot 
board mctnbora i\ required to 
approve- tho uylawn. Dato lor tho 
county talk-tnlcnt conleut and 
mutual picnic will bo designated 
and counldoratlon given for a 
county-wldo meeting of primary 
election - candidates, — 



Contest 

BUHL, June 2fi— Tryouts to 
select a queen to reign over 
Went End day activities at 
the Twin Ealls county fair 
and rodeo will be conducted 
at S p.m. Sunday In the rid- 
ing area of the local airport 
under direction of Buhl Jay- 
oees, say* Jerry Wray, chair- 
man. 

Any single girl between tho 
ages of IT, and 2$ is eligible 
to compete. Ability In horae- 
mamhlp will be ono of the 

main qualifies. tions-in-aeleet 

lag the" queen candidate. 
Anyone wishing mora Infor- 
mation on the contest can 
contact Wray. 



Richfield Youth 
Is Recovering 
After Blast 

HICHITELD, June 20 — ROM 
Wyini Bwabuiton, 20, has been 
released from Bt. Benedict's hos- 
pital, Jerome, after treatment for 
severe burn* suffered In a- gas- 
oline explosion at hi* father's 
service atotlon Saturday at Hlch- 
fleUl. 

Tile youth sustained first and 

second degree burns on one side 
of hU face and one arm when 
another youth. Robert Paddls, 30; 
picked up an acetylene torch 
which was believed to have been 
turned off. a a* fumes: Ignited 
fronl the go* tank: of i"addla' 1061) 
1'ontlac, causing flames to blow 
toward« Bwalntttou. ■ 

Tho two young men had re- 
moved the go* tank, from FoddUi' 
car. filled It with water and 
poured out the wster shortly bo- 
fore tho accident. The car and 
go* tank: were not damaged and 
Faddlji woji unhurt. 

SwiUnnUm wok treated in Sho- 
shone, then taken to Jerome, 



Paul Newton Is 
Kiwanis Speaker 

Paul Newton, city engineer, 
phi limited n chalk talk on tho city 
Kowjigo l)l.';po.ii)l plant at the noon 
meeting of the Twin Falls Kl- 
wauLs club Timrfiday. After the 
mooting tho ■ JClwanlaiu toured 
tho plant. Highlight* of the tour 
were Kcolng the actual facllltlun 
In operation and an explanation 
the modern (Mjulpitioiit by 
Now Ion. 

It wan announced tho Klwanla 
Intoriuitlonal convention will be 
held tUmday through Thuruday 
111 Los Ai)^e]e.i. , 

auoatii at tho meeting were 
George I'owell, filer, and 1'aul 
IloynoUlii, Twin falls. Byron 
Wright, Flier, was a vhiltlng Kl- 
wanlan. . . 



Professor Sneaks 
Sunday at Eden 

EDEN, Juno Stf^Dr.Huth Oiob, 
professor of religion at the Cal- 
Joge of Idalio, will be gu«st 
■peaker »t tlie Eden United V 
tiytej-ian churcli Sunday. 

Dr . O r ob -wm-oon4uEt worship 

■ervlcea at 10:30 a.m. for thu 
ecunblned congregation* of IWer 
And ' Haxelton Presbytorlan 
cj3Utoh«5. 

Church achool starts at lo am 
%t Eden with classed for all buea 

IUUDOB VAttTlf HEU) 
JUCHFIBJLD. Juno M— I'rJtes 
•trexe' won by Mm. Gall Han*«n, 
UnMMlor J&cCUntlcK Mr*. Lyle 
Pjjto-. and Mrs. RsJph Riley. Jr- 
dixrtn*; tha <tea*ert oon tract of 
tl»e U0rriettea Bridge) club meet- 
Uig Wednesday evening at the 
home ol Mrs. W*nuel King. Mrs 
j^berft Tjsmgaton wm * guevt. 



Buhl Donors 
Eye lOO-Pint 
Blood Quota 

BUHLq June 28 — AH west end 
residents are urged to help meet 
the 100-plnt quota when the H«d 
Crow bloodmoblle atop* from 2 
to 0 p.m. Monday at the Buhl 
Moose hall, 

Bloodmoblle equipment Will be 
aet up and taken down by mem- 
ber* of the Bun J tin tlomiL guard. 
Dr. Oharle* Oulllngs, local physi- 
cian, wtll supervise the drawing, 
assisted by local nurses and nuni- 
es-alde*,' ... 

Buhl Jay-C-Ettes will serve o-i 
typist* and receptionists and 
women of the Castleford Orangn 
Will be In charge of the canteen. 
Mrs. Itobert Dlckard Li In charge 
of sending letters to families of 
persons who have received blood 
during the past six month.! and 
members of Beta Sigma Phi will 
oon t set business firm* durlng-Uii 
drawing. 



Three Scouts to 
Get Eagle Rank 

Three Scout* from Twin Pall* 
pack flit will be honored during 
an Eagle Scout court of honor 
to bo held at 7:30 p, m. Saturday 
IU tlm^IetitiirlgrLutrierBrrgchool.- 

Danny OulUp, Earl KnuUen 
and Robert Lake will be advano- 
ed to Eagle rank, at the cere- 
mony. 

CtirMn baton will be- guest 
speaker and refreshment* will be 
nerved after the ceremonies. 




SUMMER SCHEDULE 

ROLLER SKATING 

Friday ovo 8 to 10:30 — Saturday ovo 8 to 1 1:00 
Admission 85c Includos rental skatos 

SKATELAND 

fhono 733-8109, Twin Folk 



DINE and DANCE 

Friday & Saturday Nights 
. THE RHYTHM KINGS 

THE ALLEY BAR 

and SAWTOOTH ROOM 

FEATURING CHOICf .IDAHO BEEF 
ON TRUCK LANE SO. — TWIN FALLS 



HF.tiRrr, 1H AWAKDL'I) 

BI106HONE, JUne 2fl — Mrs 
J. D, McKendrlck has received 
bachelor of science degree from 
the Unlverslty^of Idaho, but 
plan* to continue to jtludy nt 
the unlversltA attain next year 
where her misband is taktm; 
graduate workVflho was on tli<i 
dean'* honor roll. McKendrlck h 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. 
McKendrlck, nortli Shoshone. 




BEN Stt . 



TOMORROW NlOHT 
IS AWARD NlOHT 
AT JAYCEE PARK 



Every Wednesday! 

FREE 
MOVIE 

Idafio-Orphcum 
Theaters 
All Doy — KM, 
Start! At 10 a.m. 
Merchant,: Jhop & Jhow 



College of Idaho to Keep 
Same Tuition, Boar<| Fees 



OOLLEOE OF IDAHO, Oald- 
vell, June 26 — There 1 will be no 
increase* In tuition or room and 
board charge* far the coming 
jflsr at the College of Idaho,. of- 
rlclala reported today. - 

Trustees re vfre Wed . current 
charges and determined there 
vould be no raise at this time. 

Tho pa.ll year the college in- 
ttltuted Itn new guaranteed tui- 
tion program. Under thbi plan 
jtudanU entering the colleRo for 
tho flrAt time, either as .fresh-' 
»jerj or traiuttir students, are 
Ktiarantoed they will not have to 
pay any* higher rate of tuition for 
filLuro semesters even though 111 
Mi4cendtng yearn tuition lncrean- 
r.i inay have been scheduled af- 
fecting other now student*, The 
HUnrantee lastA for the normal 
iiber of. semesters required to 
achieve a bachelor's degree. 

Tuition at the College ot Idaho 
will continue to be I&O0 per 

mester In KHH-06. Hoom and 



board rates for resident 'student* 
are tSfiO a semester. Room and 
board rates are tied closely to 
the cost or living Index and. there 
Is no guarantee program In this 
area, officials Indicated. 



USE TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS 
FOR >ABT BELLING RESULTS 



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Free Swim Class 
Set for Fairfield 

FAIRFIELD, June 2«— Camai 
county youth* can participate In 
free swimming leasons at the 
Ooodlng pool. 

Classes for the county are 
scheduled for 10 ajn. each day 
from July 13 through July 34. 



The annual event h Bptmsor eo - h - 
the Red Cross. La,t y« ar t ,/ 
Cama* dub paid costs of trans! 
porta tlon. 

Mra. Tom Cox U chairman and 
asks that all those Interest^ i n . 
lesaona must algn up with her by 
Wednesday, Two chapcr 0 ne« » r . 
needed each day and she asks r Ur 
parent* to volunteer. 



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HALTER CLASSES 

* Appoloosa & Grade 

9:00 A.M. FRIDAY 

* Quarter Horses 

8:00' A M. SATURDAY 

(NO;ADMlSSION CHARGE) 

QUEEN CONTEST 

8 P.M. NIGHTLY and 1 P.M. SUNDAY 



Shoshone 
Sets Fiddler's 
Jamboree 

SHOSHONE. Juno 2fl — A 
fiddler's Jamboroo will b« hrld at 
Miiry l>. Ooodlnir park linm July 
yj with Mnnnle Shaw frulurtMl, 
occordliiK to a report at thn 
Chamber of Commerce hwoUhii 
held Tuesday noon. 

Chamber member* urn urtfli . 
oil to make ■thin a luintly picnic 
duy nt tiw P nrlt - CoiiunliU'it 
members In chnrun Dontfli 
llHiuan. Horbort I'-orbr.i, M, 
jjlllc, I. Shuw mul John 
Cieoriio. Herbert Forbes mu 1 
puiiKliut Hi«n ;t " 1 reported on tin 
.project TMwriay. 

Titer* will bo Jour uhlii liiwm- 
mrod by local biudnciji men /or 
tho bounty contest 'at Llin l-inirili 
of July celebration at Jcrumu. 

Howurd E. Adklns aald bind h 

avnllublo to plant the wliiitbmilr. 
on tho wiuthoast corner of Blio- 
nhoitfl- 'J'libJ ^ a P r °J ,; ct- hell lu 
promoted by thn clmmlwr to cut 
down «» tlio woodn blown into 
town Jn thfl jipr hue time, 

ljrV "Arthur White. ■ .Junior 
Chamber of Commerce r»r«;.l 
dent, mild the holuu for this utrwit 
eluiui are duK. but there In some 
difficulty hi ycttlnif conoroto on 
Bundny, the duy when Junior 
chnmber members tire available 
to work on thn jwojucl. 

Richfield Legion 
Hears Reports 
By Youth Staters 

niOHl'-IKt-D, Juno 2(1— nich- 
ficlil dnletintt-ii to Sloyu' tiUito nnd 
CUrln' Htute inivo report.'! diirlnit 
tho Juno American Lnielnn and 
auxiliary mootlnit Ttiefiduy eVo- 
iiinit ut tho Leilion hull. Com- 
DliuuliT Kverott WtiVfl Wnlcnmwl 
the mii'JiUi at tho public mectliiK 
mul Introduced Iloy Parker and 
Tony Ward, Boys' MrUi delo- 
{iiU'ii. . . 

Mrs. Clifford Conner, auxiliary 
president, Introduced K 1 u 1 n e 
Diivln, Qlr In' stato dclcKiito. 
Klnlifleld liiith tichool ntmlenUf 
who will bo JunlorH thlii fall wore 
special kucjiLs as jironpeetlvo 
dtlei, F nteA. 

"Otlell Chutf leld ' buvo the In- 
vocation nnd Clifford Conner 
mid Chut field presented the 
American fluu and tho.PoJit flair, 
IMrrshments were Bcrved by 
bachelor members of tho Amorl- 
aui Leu Ion. 

Tlui annual family picnic for 
LcielnuuuU'<!!i and auxiliary mom- 
bew will be held July 11(1 at the 
homo of Mr. and Mrs. ' Jerry 
Diwli. 



Big Chase 

LOUIS VITjUS. Ky., June DO 
ttt— A filiiky younu r-iff-r 1«<1 
tlm blu utampudu through 
Mockingbird valley hint 
rJsht. 

Tho liour-lonif chiific by 
Mivuvul policeman, unil f»(J 
fitlck-wovlnir iNuildent* from 
n iiolf omnia and onto hu- 
burlinu stronU «ndod wltli a 
wentern-stylo roping. 

Then the (ISO-pound nnl- 
imil lihook freo anil led the 
tin MR ou a 00-mluule romp 
hnfor« ho wu.i captured 
again. 

Owner Kenneth Dflnnln, 
Tvouli.vllltf, unld the unlmnl 
hud Jumped u fencu to gut 
away. 



kaiinu mm dkgkee 

JKUOMli:, June lif! — First 
Limit. Lawrence C. Coupe, con of 
Mr. nnd Mm. Erncat T. Coupe, 
Juts b(M!n graduated with a m ou- 
ter of i-cleiice deitreo In mn- 
tcrlnln miifhiecring from tho nlr 
force hifitltuto of technology at 
WrlKht-Pattenion air forco baBC. 
O. Lieutenant Coupe l.a romaln- 
lnit ' at Wrlitht-Putton.-on for 
duty, ills wife Is the dauiehtor 
of Mrs. a ro.ee M. Ilumphroyji, 
Jerome. 



Drunk Birds 

WA.SlriNOTON, Jimo M 
«W-AII n/rlclnl Invculsullim 
llliH cIInc1(.m.(1 Una (lillllkon 
nylnu linn ciuiwd'u xlmrp ln- 
crfiu;i- In tllrr llKirUlity ruin 
"iiiiniir llmijilifit. 

'nic. iiiiiicmni in»tiiu(,«" or 

lirnllli niilmoil rlnlmnil, lab- 
nratnry b«« wlion liii„ n 
limiilmri of ilrnil.lilnln in 
liuiliil on Ui„ Iniitltuto 

ti(il*.nll«!.i dl..^ovru.d tho 
i.iniill birds luul rl (|,.„ cra b- 
n|iplc» wlilcli Imd (riuum, 
tlmwod mid Mien fcirniulltrd. 
rln, ll|»;y |,lrd« llwir took 
Mini! unil' crashed Inln walls 
mul tri...«, kllllnit llioins«lv..«. 



W. D. Haycock Is 
Paid Last Honor 

JiUttUsV. June an— OrnvosUla 
Mirvicos for Wllllinn Duwiion 
HayciKrk, Jr. t former Cuiwla coun- 
ty reiildent, were held Wednes- 
day In the Klba cemetery with 
Uiiilinp Orvll Ileechor officiating 

Invociillon W u.i uiven by Lewis 
Oltley nnd npeukcr was Ilinhop 
lierdirr. 'Ilio «rovo wns dedi- 
cated by Orlando Haycock. 

C.OKH TO OAI'ITAI. 

KINO IIILIy. June 2fl-Mr. n nd 
Mrs. II. McCoy Joiiph aro attend- 
hiit to biinliie.'i.'i affairs In Wunii- 
Innlon, D. C. Jones owns nevertfl 
ranches hero, ' 



-H Members Urged to Set Personal Goals 

Sr^^it'S.^ «r,tn^^^*'4lr!: ^.^^y^K . »•«»«*!• — >«* 



XJNI 

Moscow. Jmie 2(1 — Bet pcrsojml 
Bonis of achievement and Insist 
on the polillenl frwdom nereji- 
«ary to Ktrlvn for them, Idaho 
4-H member* were instructed by 
a W«ynoi P upoaker at tho Unlvrr* 
slty of Idaho. 

Mi«. Ijuilsfl lUlslmrll. New 
York, director of the women's 



Buhl Driver Has 
Bump, Cow Dies 

Uinil.,. June 3f! _ Karrn 
Ortieiie. in, route 3, Huh], riicuped 
with a bump on the hear! when 
her I DM Fulnm convertible killed 
a cow nt ft:l5 p.m. Wednnulay 
one-hnlf mile west of Iluhl (/n 
hijfhway ;io. 

Tlie cow,, beloijiilnir t-a Uudy 
Vlnnuk, w«.s KruxhiK in n piuunre. 
Aimnyi>il by a nuile, «lio Jumped 
the fonco into (he path nf the 
wefitbound cur. Aft«r the Impact 
the car traveled for Komr.21.|eot 
with rho now rolling mul tum- 
hllni( uheiul of it down the hhih- 
dily for approximately 50 feet, 
reported Deputy . fjhci'lff Curtis 
I'ri'or. 

Damnuen to the car were entl- 
mnted nt soio, nie cow, which 
was killed, mis valued nt '$2^5. 



HKUVKH IN VIKX NAM 
HANSEN. Jillin 20 — A 1/cl 
.Tomes l. nnmho, son ftf J. O. 
numbo, llun-'ieu. Is now ou duty 
with a unit of the U. fl. Pacific 
nlr forces In Viet Num. 



11 d d 
lemtiRrs attendlni 



of Mi 

««m« 700 4-H 1 
the WiNik-Iong 

Mrs, im^nifll told thr Htuttfnts 
their utrlvlnu to rulfill |wn*n«l 
Bimls would ruune tiiem worry 
and liLiouurlty. 

"Hut you will be your own 
nmn, your nwn wmmm. Ymi will 
set your own ntundurds rathi-r 
than coiifoniilnu Ut n noup or 
median. You may know the rflm- 



OBIIOMK, June 3(1— Mr. and 
Mis. Vestal Ailums have returned 
from Kaeranienta, Calif,, when- 
they attended the Itinera) of 
Mrs. Adams' uncle, diaries 
Itlentand. who whs killed when 
he Ml 'JO feet from a ncnffold 
on construction of n frcowny. 
Mrs. Mary Jones, Nevada. Mo.. 
Mrs. Adams' mother, returned 
home with them for n visit. 



many (line* to ni-nitnplUh What 
you wish lief ore you Mir-ceed. rn»t 
ri-memlwr Hint without irreut and 
mwNl • individual 'Americans We 
will never have a yreut and k<kh1 
society." 

To build that sode(y, *he said, 
today's youth "must preserve the 
solid bulldiiu: bhvks that already 
am hi pi 11 iv. and add to the 
structure, correct Imr any lnp«'r- 
fectlons.'* 

Mrs. HlL'ihllell told 4-If mem. 
\wra that, the Job of wlplnit out 
■poverty Would iawin l>e theirs, tlhe 
.Mild n way to otlmlnote it must 
\m foimil, 



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Frldny, June 26, 
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By BOB REESC 

HU imtiit, waif ltaVAii*. lie 
wtif mil a w«)l-l"iowii itltchte uu 
U>« Vaiikre ro.tftr . . . liut lie 
klnuwl r.uflht><l ilin i>liiintcln of 
WcIkiII riiiun mi lli»t October 
*». 

ltevain Imd not 
pitched a |wr- 
iwt k 11 m e. Ill 
{"I. I111 hull »1- 
olio nm, 
tlu.ro wuro 
in 0 u • (»i 
»»io in u,o 
11 "Hi 1 11 n in 11, 
Will two <»u, 

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>a nti- icuillnu 
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I ^. hiiiiinir ft 110-lilt iiuiiifl. 
I mme win uf Ui« immt ilra- 
I J»Uc liiiiin.iil, I,, \v„ r I,| HnrlM 
I "Wwy, (UuM* Ij.vmctt". u vet- 
I u,tt hrt tlilril liumnuim 
l„, " "T «"il »r lil» liluyliii 
I '"""1 <>« I'm Ix'icli 

IjW'WIi-lilt with two down. )li> 
I Ui« lua mini iwiwupii llnv- 
I J 1 Mil llir Dull „f I.'mnr, OooU- 

lh.?i". '■"""' • ■ • """ 

■ Imlil of llcvouu' lllllt llltl'll 
10 It out for u 1I011I1I0 
^ ruiiH uml tlio liull Kuiutil 
Vlll2 w "" l " ill y 'in* 4 'I'u "i"- 
.Knnlm- tho M , u -J 
■ liiii 1,1 n yt ' a1 ' whon miuiy 11 
lb, "," 11 'ivinu to konp tho old 
li^ 0 N"w diiiii woro iwitrco, 
|lii^i w !' : '"' t ' vol *y uniiy t« nuilio 

I'iL u '" ™«y >"»''" 

It "a now rioiljo or Olirynlcr. 
I k U,,"',',', '» »"<V »'""* 

Iw i. 11 wli"" >"»■ "ml 
Ik, ,* ""ink worth rlalit 
I viv o ul 111,11 Itoi'nc 

|irtrfc«»»''look 2,,.l AV.. Ho.. 



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MERCHANT- 

let's do business NOW! 

Tho hosl pl«co to Starr soiling is whoro pooplo 'slnrl shop- 
plnfll And shoppino starts on tho star-vnluo paoo °' ovory 
Monday's Tlmos-Nowsl Thoso lltllo ads pack a miohty 
wallop . . . and Bro low in cost. Hero is advortislng that's 
lookod for and wnnlod by prospocliuo cuslomors in ovor 
21,500 homos. Il's a regular foaturo of tho Timos-Nows 
that ranks rlohl -along with nows of world and local 
ovonls, social happom'nrjs and sports . . . AND IT SELLS 
MERCHANDISE! If you would llko to bo roprosontod on 
this pago and havon'l yot boon contacted 

phone 733-0931 

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The early bird (early-in-the-week) catches the bargains when shopping the val- 
ues offered by the Twin Falls merchants every Monday night on the back page 
of the Times-News! Alert, competit ive advertisers put their best buys forward to 
make a bid for your business on Tuesday and Wednesday. It's the place to start 
shopping for the best buys in everything you'll need to make summer living 
more enjoyable. No need shopping around in circles . . . you can always find 
something you need that's advertised on the star-value page . . . and for less 
money! Watch for it next Monday! 

MAGIC VALLEY'S BIGGEST 
FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK 
BARGAIN BLOWOUT! 



\ 




MIL AND MltK. HONAMI 1*. CLAV 
(Mil* MorlU phol«*l 



tiss Denton, 
Jlay Exchange 
•luptial Promise 

"UULEY, Jilli" *J« — Mil'lrei! 

ronton and Ilouitld T. Olity 
inTmiirrled JUtte 7 afthn I 
ithodUt church. Tho hrldo U 
dmnzhtrr of Mr. mid Mm. 
rt Pun), nnd the 

'idesroom U thn koii of Mm. 
rn. Olnj', Mndiiollu. Max.*., niul 
ui Clay, llo-'ilon, Miu;m. 

uty (»u;1<p(ji of wlilto nntl 
'pink carnation* with pl'ik *>" w » 
jrtd candelabra formed I ho bncle- 
" ourxl wjltlna for tho aftnrnoon 
iubla rliur coreinony performed 

the Rev. JToyd White. 
|Mra. Robert Wldmlri* pUy«d 
wedding rmulo and acooin- 
jilwl Mr*. Jack Oallwoll, aoloist 
The bride, glvon lit man-lane 
her father, wore a pcall dn 
>le irown atyled wiUi a scooped 
jckltno, fitted bodice and Ions 
ly point RleeVf-1 accent**! wltli 
,ce trim 'on skirt and bodice. 

bouffant ifctrt formed a 
iapel train. 

Her elbow-length veil or Mill- 
ion fell from a tiara of aeod 

iarU and UUej of the valley, aim 
larrlml a white Bible lurrounded 



jMarian Martin 
Pattern 




with cascading red and pink 
roftr-t. ' 

Mm. David lUed, aunt of the 
brfdti, tt'ft-'i matron ot hnnnr. oho 
worn a pink laco ■heath rOm/ii 
Hlylt-d wllh lontf nlcnvci). Hhn car- 
ried 11 tan bouquet of red and 
pink carnal In nil. 

Urlilcnmultlji worn Mm. pwnlrte 
1 Wrtifht, -Idaho imiUi Mm. -Jon 
Hadliir, liurltiy; Cheryl Jordoii, 
Halt Ijikn City, Mid tliiKiin LaMtm 
and KJtiwbeth-Aim Mniildin, both 
I'ulll. Titny worn pink ln.cn ewer 
tiifffitii jdrovnlrw &lieath gownn 
ami mxch carried a pink lace fan 
of red carnation*. 

William H. ■ Leavltte, New 
Huinnchlro, wan boat man. Unb- 
urn were Donald Thompson, 
nulil; Donald Denton, Mur- 
taUeli; DouKlaa Kammeratli, 
Montpellrr, and Raymond E. 
Deillon, I'aul. 

Kenny Dave tt*«l, omuln of 
the bride. Was rlngbearer. 
. The bride's mother crKWie a 
beltle luce rowh with pink aceen- 
ntirlen, Th« bridegroom 'j mother 
wore a pink lace gown with blue 
accejuortea. Each wore a red rose 
Dorxaue. ' > 

, .Tho rticepLlon wan held In the 
parlor of the church, J'Yan 
BchulU, Las Vegan, waa hi charge 
of the RUeat book. 

A hand crocheted white table- 
cloth over pink covered the 
bride'* table. The four-tiered 
woddlnjr cake, decorated with red 
roMA, wax topped with three 
lame white bellN and Ultct of the 
valley, Red* tones mirroundlng 
candelabra In a cascading style 
completed the table decor. 

Those ojuiUUng wlUt tlio aerv- 
intr Included Mm. Claude Denton, 
Albion; tern, Uyrum Anderson, 
Malta; Mr*; Ace Caldwell, Ru- 
pert, and Mm, Jewell Lowery 
and iAre. Horace Reeved, both 
Heyburn. Carol Calnn, Durango, 
Ook)., olid Mn, Clifford Larson 
1'aul, displayed tlio Rifts. 

The brldii dnuiRod to a white 
crepe suit for her woddlnir trip. 
Bhe wort) a red and pink corsage 
from her bridal bouquet. 

For the aummer, tlwi couple 
will rejddo In Uaker, Ore., and 
will return to Utali St«t« univcr- 
alty, XjOffan, thbi fall to resume 
their studies. Tile bride Is 
member ot Alpha Octilcron 
and tlio bridegroom lit aiflllated 
with Alpha Oonuna Illio. , 

fipecla] riiwLm wero Mrs. Ken 
no til Welcha, Alton, Okla., 
RrondmoUier of brkle, and Mrs. 
David Ifcxjd and children, Okla- 
luuna City, Okla. 



Miss Bremers, 
Bengoecheia Say 
Wedding Vows 

BUI1I,. June an — Shirley Ann 
nr#roer», dnuebi«r or Mr. and' 
Mrs. diaries Ilremrrs, Buhl, be- 
came thn brldr of Melvln W. 
nenffoeoliea, Twin P»ul In, wxi <>f 
Mr, slid Mrs. Victor* Dengo-r^hra. 
Jerom«, In dmible rlrm ' wfdtimtf 
rlt*s ftolwiinlwd In a civil crre- 
mmiy May lfl *t Elko. 

Tlie brldr wore a blUn nlr****t- 
l^nKtli sheath dreiw divdKiH'd 
WKh a Krooprtf npckiltic nntl 
idiort KlfH-v««. A matolilnit blue 
hat wIUi veil, white, uccrwrlrii 
find a corxacre <*f VrhHa carna- 
tion* completw! htir t-nxrinlil*-. 

Carol JdHitHiliiwukl wA.t nmld of 
honw. tihtt wore * pink dn-i.ji ac-, 
rented with u pink rtirnutlon 
corwian. Uruce Miliar, Twin Falls, 
ww bflst man. 

Tile liowlywodM were f«l<"d «t a 
wnddlnjf -reccpUon- Jim*' 11 ^J> 
Ihihi Pln.t iTrftbyUrlaii chun:h. 

'Ilin hrld«'« Ubln fratiiU'd a 1 
white luce tablecloth hlnhlliiliUHl 
with blun bnn' trim tind cftinrod 
with u four-tleird wrdilliut ^«ke. 
Tlin cako win; decorated In blue 
and wh It*— tupped with an array 
of wedding Itnll.'i ttdorned with 
Tern nnd Ullex of Llin valley. 

Her«>pLlftU oKfiUtanl.'i were Mrti. 
^r. MuaLetxi tuul Mrn. Auiruiit 
Ilirmorrt, jrrandmoUMTS of tlm 
bride; Mrs. U. A. Wrlnlit and 
Mrs, Mary Englo, aunt.'i of tlio 
bride, and Mm. II, M. umltli. 

Ula Maetjood, Naomi Dopjion 
ami Mrs, Woody Turley prmldtid 
X the Rift tjUil«. Olf tbeurora were- 
Joan l*rudlk, Ooyle l>rwlek, Jew 
Ilr^mcm and David Ilremi^rn. 
Mrs. Bruoo IHiIIor re«fjiter«d ttic 

Tli« bride l.'i a (truduale of tho 
Oar.tlnford Hleh nchooJ. Kh« nt- 
(emled Uolnfi Junior collect niul 
'ISi/In FalU IlUKlnnfw coHe«<i anil 
.mploywl at lUiHunoe Credit 
corporation. Twin Pulls. 

Tho brldesrooni attaildrd Jfi' 
ronvt »cliool and Li employed by 
Ambrose Distributing" company, 
Wendell. Tlio couple reside* In 
Twin Italia. 

Special out-of-town rimiaLm. In- 
cluded II. C. Valentin* ■ and Dr 
Roscoo Bljtlor. Arcadia, Calif. 
Mrs. Mary Knale, Holno; Mr. and 
Mrs. It. A. Wright, Goodlni:; 
Scott Rengoecheu and Karflil 
BimUon, I»ocatello; Mr. anil Mrc, 
August Ur*m«rs, Mrs, M. a. Mac- 
Leod awl LJlu KcnneUi, Eden, 
and Mrs. Jullettu. Qa/nbrel and 
William Mao Leod, Twin PSilU. 
Olhcrs attended from Wendell 
and J'erome 1 . 

* * V 

Mrs. M. AMen 
Gives Lesson 

WLEH. Juno 3d— Mrs. Maur- 
lco Allen presented the lnuum 
on liome laundry methods for 
mombem of Uie Country I*aLi 
club st the home of Mrs. Albert 
Bharral. Mrs. Donald' J line was 
oo-1ioaLcas. 

Mrs. Keith Johnson. Twin 
PttlU, demonstrated piaklng rib- 
bon-covered fruits ami vegetables 
on a styrofoani base, i 
■ V V * 
ANNIV KItHAllY OllHKUVtJ) 
KENO IfflJj. Junfl M— Mr", add 
Mrs. Oecll Uott wi-ro hosts for 
birthday anniversary dinner In 
honor of their daughter, Mrs. 
Clayton We«man, and children. 
Grand View. 



Social Events 



THU'IX TUKAT 
Treat yourself to tho trlplo Joy 
of thoso top-not«:i— cacll with u 
different, delightful uocklluc 
Bfrw nil three for cost of one In 
airy cotton. 

frhitfld Pattern 0211: Mliuii 
sizes 10, 13, 14, la, 18. 'M. Slut ltl 
top stylo 11!< yurdii, 35-lnch; mid- 
dle Hi; lowiir a'.i. 

Klfly cenU In coins Mr thin 
puttmn— add lf> ccntti fur tuch 
pattvru for flrtit-cliu^t uinlllim 
und special himdllmc. Uoiul to 
Marian Marlln, Tlmoa-Nuw!., 
Pattern duparlmuit, W««t 



US and B club birthday annl 
versary" plcnla honoring llynl 
Walter will be held at 1 pm 
Sunday at Urn Irvln Uodenstab 
liome. All frloiuLi of Walter and 
former club members are In- 
vited to attend. ICach. one ti 
asked to bring a basket lunch 
and fruit Juice. 

V V- V 
Supremo lMrciit Woodman clr 
clo, Clmvo No. 10 of Muglc Val- 
ley, will nicot hi regular uuuilon 
at 1 p.m. Monday at iho home 
■or Mm. Addlo ltudwakovlch, BID 
Third uvcmio west. After tho 
rouular nieettiitf, a social hour 
will bo held, 

IfAtLKV — joli'n Daughtnrfl, 
liethel No. 30, \>\ Belling "Dnya of 
tho Old West" rlbbniw thla week 
us a public tervJce venture, 

IJooLi nnd Uutttle* Uquave 

lijinw club will diuico lit H;an 
p.ni. flu t unlay at tho homo of 
Mr. una Mrn. W©<1 Bhobc, wir. 
Ilt-yburii uveiuin west. All square 
(lanc«i'jf are Invited, llrhig cover* 
nl dish mid own table nor vice, 
lirnlo Onvla will call. 



IBth St.. Now York 11, N, 
Print plainly name, mlilri-KH with 
none, ah»> and btyle number. 

Your tree pattern In ready— 
ohotwo It train 250 design Ideas 
in new: aprhiK-iummer I'atlern 
CaUlotf, Just . outl Dailwiii, 
•porttwear, coats, nuirul Bund 
fioo now. 




MIIS. MEf.VIN BKNOOKC1IKA 
_. (HWjf MoriU photo ) 



WSCS Program 
Presehted for 
Richfield Unit ; 

RIOIIPTKIJJ, June M— "Shall 
we unite" wait the Womm'fl Bo- 
clety ot Ctirtjitiaii Sflrvleo pro- 
gram topic and devotional «ub- 
Jnr.t at thn meeting held at tlm 
liomn ot Mr», Ixwtur Ward. Mrs. 
S. Seward wa« co-hoste.i.i. 

Mr*. Albert Pelley and Mr» 
Kugvtio Alexander* partlclpiited 
In the program, nsxUited by Mm. 
C, M. Frldrnore. A tabulation re- 
vnalwl ^even denomination.*) rop- 
rnnnnted tn followahlp with (ho 
Jlloh fluid Oonununlty Method 1a t 
churcli, 

Mr a. Albert Polley, vice prwr 
ident, U acting president follow 
ln« thn resignation of Urn, Max 
llnhr, who l.i attending summer 
Achnol, 

Mr/i. Oundar J"Jvelar*d reported 
on thn vacation Dlblo ichool with 
nn offering of t2l Kent to Ala*- 
gnn relief by the children. 

Mr/i. Prldmorn unnounoed 
church nervlceji would be held at 
the Community MothodUb church 
at 0::tft »Jn. with n. gue.it mhiln 
ter from California expected to 
speak. Mr.i. Vernon JeMor wiw a 
guoitt. 

Tho July 1* meeting will bo 
held nt tho homo of Mm. Cecil 
Iloldernian, 



Dianne Dunlap, 
Moore Wed in 
El Paso Rites 

HAOERMAN, June M — Mr. 
ind Mm, I>anny W. Moore reside 
EI PaJio, Te*., following their 
bedding held at 7 p.m. May 15 
it the K1 Paao L.DA church, with 
tho Bishop B, L. Bedd officiating 
it the ceremony. 

The new Mm. Moor* U the for- 
ner Dlnnne Lane Dunlap, daugh- 
ter of Mr.- and Mr*. W. N. Lane, 
II Paw>. Moore Is the aon of E. 
C, (Dhily) Moore^ Hogerman. 

The bride waa glvr-n In mar- 
riage by her father before an 
altar decorated with white ghwll 
nil. she chose a chnmpngne beige 
three - pleco nult with small 
atchlng hat and carried a white 
orchid, renteml on a white Bible. 
Mr«.- Handell Ben Vaughn, Jr., 
an matron of honor. She wore 
n thrru-niecc emerald green linen 
Ault and carried a nosegay 
yellow carnntlonn. 

John McOu InneM wax best 
man. Lieut. Handell Ben Vaughn 
luiher. Mm.' Cnlvln Duisatt 
played the traditional winding' 
mujile niul woa accompanlnt tor 
lino Larftou, nolol.it. 
A rrcoplion wim, held' following 
thn ceremony In tho church par' 
lora. Nlkl Lynn Lane, itUter of 
tho bride, won In charga of the 
guns I book. Others aa.ilntlng with 
thn reception Include Mrs. I*nul 
I'hllliln and Mary Doren. 

Tlio bride was graduated from 
Atulln high school. El Paso. 
Moore was graduated from Ha 
gnrman high achool In 1057 and 
from ttrlgham Young university 
with a bachelor degree In Joum- 
attsm. He Is currently conipIotJng 
a tour with the army at fx, 
BUM, Tnx, 

Picnic Held by 
Shoshone WSGS 

SHOailONK, Jim© 2(1 — Hos- 
tesses for the picnic for tho 
Methodist "Woman's Society of 
Christian Service Were Mm El- 
mer Terry nnd Mrs. William Van 
Dyke. The picnic was held at 
the Terry home as the lost event 
of the season for the group. 

Mrs. Marvin Pearson conduct- 
ed tho pledge service and an- 
nounced an executive meeting 
will be hold late In Augtl.it to 
plan next year's program. 

Tho next regular meeting Is 
Sept. 10. 




MRS. ^ANNY W. MOQUK 



Annual Dinner 
Slated by Group 

Golden Wedding circle will 
hold the annual potluck. dinner 
at noon Monday at the IOOF 
hall, 545 Third avenue east. AH 
Twin palls county residents who 
have been married 50 years ar 
more are Invited to attend. 

Ttie club' will furnish buns, 
coffee and loo cream. Bring cov- 
ered dUh and own table service, 

ATTKNOK* HKMSION 
. WENDELL, Juno 20 — Mri, 
John Newbrough, president of 
the- Presbyterian Woman's as- 
sociation,, left, for Lafayette, Ind . 
to attend the national" meeting at 
the Purdue university campiu. 
Mrs. Newbrough Is representing 
Kendall presbytery. 



mi* sntiET 

BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

(Con..rv.llv.) 

288 Tylar Sr. 
TwlnFslli 
WalcortMS 

You J. R. Wood, P-.tor 
WOWSOBINO 
CALVARY sUhTIST CHUICH 
(ConMfvallv*) 
3rd t H. IH Rupart, Idaho 

"Wk>t*v«r thm UbU uyt U w" 




Magic Valley Favorites 



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Peeai) PU 
9 eggs, beaten 
% cup sugar 
1 cup dark syrup 
% teaspoon vanilla 
1 cup pecans, whole or chopped 
Mix all Ingredients together. 



Anniversary to 
Be Observed 

WAOERMAN, June 2fl — Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Bklnner will 
olwervn their golden Wedding ln- 
nlversary from 2 to 6 p.m. Bun- 
day at Masonic temple, llager-. 
man. All friends are Invited to 
attend. Tho couple requests no 
gifts. 

The Skinners were married In 
1014 at Hagennan and have re- 
sided In Hogerman valley con- 
tinually since that time, They 
haVe one daughter, Mrs. George 
Holt, Redondo Beach, Calif., nnd 
a step -daughter, Mn). Kenneth 
Strickland. . Gooding. . and five 
grandchildren. 



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Fences 
and Canals 

TtiB Idaho Hereford rnnch, Goodm Bi owned by Ernest Fields 
It *rted the sprinklers on new R roiind which- wns tiuen out or naBn- 
bruth this p«aty«ar. The land is located directly east of the Good- 
ing airport. The entire 40 acres Is planted to potnloeS. They also 
fcivo started thinning beeU. 

Floyd Gom started hsyln* Uilo p.«t week with hU new swslher. 
lie mbo hu been worhlnr on his serfage KetUni; ready to pUnt 
besns. It has been reported only about 20 per cent or the bean* In 
the Goodtaf area have been' planted, 

jerry Kruw, who farms south of Filer, snlcl lat* planted beans 
are responding; to the Rood weuthor and growth for the pout few 
days hwi been good. 

Ellis Fuller, Salmon traet farmer, reports ellUeru are ml rig- more 
caution concerning range area. For a while It appeared that the 
range would turn Into a Jonk pile. 

aeorae Denton, Filer area former, reports beets hit hard by hall 
twice are beginning to grow much better than originally believed. 

— Ilurleaa - and- Skeenv- filing service, •J'vronis, sprayed aagabruab 
land on the ranohea belonging to Hueben and Art Ward, Elba, last 
wee*. 

1 Omar Olkeberry, King 1(111, has been baling hay at tho Arthur 
dreer ranch, and dreer reports a good yield. 

Leonard Montgomery, King Hill, la baling hi* hay on his ranch 
(outh of town. Other farmers alio are haling hay. They have been 
delayed because of the ralna during the past two week*. 

Mr. and Mr*. William Trail movod lost week to their new home 
in Hill bity, the former Leonard Anderson stock ranch. Tho Trail* 
alio have a large ranch here In, Pasadena valley operated by Mr. 
»nd Mrs. Harold Van Sickle. ' 

Lawrence Bill, Roaeworth. aaya Irrigation proapeela are brighter 
(tali year for are* traet farmer*. Many Hoxeworlh tract farmer* 
will have crop* In the ground by this week-end ir good weather 
continue*. 

Wesley Pink haa employes hoeing melons at'hU ranch *oulh of 
Klnir Hill. Working in tho melon* are Mm. John Allen, Judy 
Crockett and Mr*. Lester Hall. J, D. Cardine aUo has employes 
hoeing melons at his ranch. ; 




ASSISTANT STATE «-H olub leader, Mr*. 
shows an old-time photograph of T J. 

exhibiting hU sheep project* Other pictures show other 4-1 Ij rej- 
ect*. The Idaho 4-H Club Congress Is being held thU week on the 
campus of the University of Idaho. (Extension ""Ice 

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To Honor 50 Years of Work 



UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, 
Momow, Juno 20 — It »u llko 
olienlns Braiidniother'l Uunle for 
4-H club dclo«»te« •ttondlnd 
Club congress- on the University 
of Idaho campiu thin wwk. 

Tho Juno 31-58 "Vent oom- 
uimantMt M S««r« of extension 
»orl£ with *-lt clubl. Idaho! 
Btudent Union paokod up lu I «"« 
»rU lmliBlni<« unci roplncod Uiom 
with old photo«rapha of early- 
tiny 4-H olub work. 

Dun Wnrron, Idaho 4-H emu 
Uuilnr, told nttomllnK club mom- 
bnrn to ken a lilmrp eye out for 
lilotur™ of father, mother, or 
inndpariniU If they went to tho 
fair back In tho SOU Warren line 
Man hundreds of 4-H olub 
youiiHHters grow up and become 
tuominent lead"" In their chos- 
en nrt'a of work. 



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Progress Is depleted by the old 
pictures. In the early day* it 
toolc 4-H delegates three days 
to . multe the trip from Sods 
Springs to Moscow With mio.it 
Marry Wilson. Next there were 
special trains that brought "over" 
100 delegates at a time tn the 
early SO'a. Today chartered bus*" 
bring several hundred represent- 
atives In a leisurely 18-hour trip, 
During the week's «tay on the 
University of Idaho campus del- 
egates were reminded of the 
rapid progrws of science and 
the used to keep abreiuit at new 
knowledge In order to be pre 
pored for the future. 




Farm 



Valley Potato 
Men Named 
To Committee 

SAN FRANCISCO, June 3fl- 
The United Stales department 
or agriculture's marketing ser- 
vice has announced the appoint' 
ment of members and alternates 
to the Idaho- Eastern Oregon 
Potato committee, as nominated 
by producers and handlers In the 
area. 

The committee administers the 
federal marketing order regti 
latlng the bundling of potatoes 
grown In Idaho and Malheur 
county Ore. 

Tho following members and 
alternates will serve from June 
1 through May 31, 11W5 Include 
the following Magio Valley resi- 
dents: 

District thretv-^Joo Honnkn, Jr. 
and Edward Tnpliff, both Hamil- 
ton; Dunne Itamseyer, Filer, and 
Junius L. Duke, Burloy. 

Alternate* Included Holland 
Jones snd Max 1 lerbold both 
Rupert In-, district three. 



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Magic Va/fey's Weak-Bnd farm Pape, 



Education Is 
Likely With 
Program 

WASHINGTON, Juno 30— Ool< 
lege education (or farm youth got 
a boost recently through adop- 1 
Uon of new loan policies by a 
number of production credit .as- 
sociations across the country. In 
the Ilaltlmore area, loan applica- 
tions can be made by the stu- 
dents tlieinRolves, sponsored by 
financially responsible adults, 

AH costs Incidental to educa- 
tion. Including tuition, room and 
board, clothes, books, etc., are 
covered by tho loans which may 
bo made regardless of selected 
courw-s or future vocations, Pro- 
duction Credit Association of- 
ficials advised. 

Loan variations among other 
POA's Include seven year repay- 
ment plans; a four year plan, 
with a refinancing option avail- 
able; and a plan under which 23 
per cent of the loan's principal Is 
repaid through revenue from 
summer work undertaken by the 
student. MA officials said they 
recognlsied that young pooplo 
benefit greatly from college 
education anil believed It vitally 
Important for today's youth, "the 
leaders of tomorrow." 




READY TO ItOKX Is the Ju»t completed plant or the Idaho 
Alfalfa, rroducts company, only setup of Its kind within a 400- 
mllo radius of Twin Palls. Preliminary operation teals were lo be 
completed this week, with actual operation on a production scale 
getting under way Monday morning. William (.range, left, sea- 
* * * * * * w * 



fatary-tnanofjer' of the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce, and 
ileryl Lemmon, plant owner, dUouu the nelup during testlnr. 
Pellets from men and baled alfalfa will be manufactured at the 
facility, located east of the city near the lugar company plant. 
{Times-News photo) 

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Alfalfa Plant East of City Set for 
Start of Operation, Test Work Ends 



Newest Industry In this sec- 
tion of the state— tho Idaho Alfr 
alfn Products company — starts 
operation at the Just completed 
plant cast of Twin Palls and 
adjacent to the sugar company 
facility. 

Hie plant Is designed to con-- 
vert green and baled alfalfa 
hay Into pellets and will have a 
capacity of 10 tons of finished 
product In a 34-hour period, 

This output will cither be 
sacked or In bulk; Facilities now 
nvu liable at tho plant will allow 
ntorage of 3,000 tons of pellets on 
tho property, 

When In full swing, the plant 



sinners' of natural gas In the 
vtillny. bfrlclnls anticipate that 
10,000 cubic foot of gas will bo 
used per ton of pellets manu- 
factured, or some 700,000 . cubic 
feet for each dally capacity. 

The alfalfa plant Is the first 
Industry to be located at tho 
Chamber of Commerce Industrial 
plot. A 'total of 04 acres. Includ- 
ing the five assigned to the new 
plant. Is In the site. 

RoaiU are being rushed 
completion and It Is expected 
that tli» spur of the Union Pa 
clflc railroad being constructed 
will be In Use for the alfalfa 
plant by next week. Additional 



will bo one of tint blggCHt coiwl rails for other contemplated 



Australian Farmers Encouraged to 
Seed Record Amount of Wheat Acres 



plants will be completed at an 
early date. 

Construction work on the new 
buslnfvis started last March, 
Lemmon formerly operated a 
MlmulUir plant In a rami Island, 
Nebr. Ho has had more ttiun 30 
years experience In a business of 
tills type. 

Establishment of the plant Was 
msde possible through efforts of 
the Twin Palls Industrial Do 
velopmcut corporation. 

Through tho federal nmall bus 
InoiLt administration a loan 1) 
tlm amount of 1187,0111 was re- 
ceived and through a sale auren< 
ment with Lommon this will be 
paid off In a- period of 16 years, 
after which the operator will 
be solo owner. 

Wllllum Orange, Chamber of 
Commerce malinger, polntod out 



WASHINGTON, June 30 (UJU — 
The forolgu agricultural service 
reports Australian fnrmcrs aro 
likely to plant a record ncreago 
to tnelr_lD64-05 wh.ciit.crpi), 

FAB said the Aufltrnllnns were 



Hereford Group 
Embarks on Tour 

Kansas' crry, June so — 

Hereford cattlemen from the 
United States and Mexico have 
embarked on an extended tour of 
herds and livestock shows lu con- 
nection with the fourth meeting 
of the World Hereford confer- 
ence In Dublin, Ireland. 

The travelers will see Hereford 
cattle In Ireland, Great Britain, 
Norway, Scotland, and several 
otther oountrJcs. 

The tour, sponsored by the 
American Hereford association, 
started with a reception given by 
Irish Hereford breeders on June 
31, Working sessions of the con- 
ference were on June 33 and 
33, followed by several days of 
herd visits and livestock shows. 



COW HATION 1H KHTIMATED 

WASHINGTON, June 30 (DPI) — 
Farm nutritionists estimate 
that hay represents 39 per cent 
of the milk cow ration and 00 
per cent of tho ration for all 
other cattle, exclusive of pasture. 



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encouraged so much by tho rec- 
ord hurvoiit und fust dliipojiul of 
tholr lOdJ-04 crop that thoy lira 
ready to plant a lurgtir ucrcage 
for. tho.noxt crop, 

FAB nil Id farmers' phi nt Inn In- 
tentions Indlcutc tho iicrongo 
may be 10 pur cent over tlio 10.4 
million acres plnnted In 1D03-O4. 
Soma Hources bellovo that the 
plantings wll f.ot a now record of 
well over IB million iicrm. The 
previous record was 103 million 
acres, sown for tho 1030-31. crop. 
, Tho current predictions are 
based on recent sharp Increases 
In Rales— largely In tint whent 
btltr-of farm machinery miltnble 
for whoat production niul In 
Hales of fertilizer. 

Using average yields of tho 
post few years as a basin, FAS 
said a orop of 350 to 3(10 million 



buohols Is llkoly, given good 
weather conditions. 

Wheat production In Australia 
In 101)3-04 wan a record 331 mll- 
.llQlLbUflhols^Wlth-the- Soviet 
Union und communist Oh in a 
buying large qunntltlos, disposal 
of the crop has boon rapid. 

FAS said that as of April 3ES, 
tho Australian wheat board had 
Aold 105.7 million bushels for 
export us wheat and 33.7 mil- 
lion bushels for shipments an 
flour. With 30 .million buahels re- 
served as a desirable carryover, 
only about 4f) million bushels ro- 
mntned to bn sold before Novem- 
ber, end of the Aiutrullun mar- 
keting year. 

Australia Is tho fourth largeut 
wheat-producing country In the 
world. It ranks behind the United 
State*,' thu USSR, olid Canada. 



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Price Drops 

DOIHE, June 30 — Idaho 
dairymen received an aver- 
age of 04 cents per. pound of 
mllkfat In milk used In Uio 
malting of American cheese 
during April, cays statUtlcal 
rotwrtlng urvlce. 

Tills was two cents below 
April prices a year ago and 
11 cents under .March prices. 



Dairy Chie 
Concerned 
About Dieti 

WASHINGTON, June 30 
Dairy Industry lenders are 
lug concern over tlio wny 
sinners may react to a lief 
recommendation f?„>m .tliri 
tloiuil Academy of Science! 

The recommendation catj . 
cently from the academy's 
and nutrition board. Thai 
entlflo group* Kald Ame| 
Khmild reduce Uielr dally 1: 
of calories by about 10 per| 

Tim American Dairy ail 
Lion lntllcated that It fearnj 
roMilts could be a drop In, 
consumption. 

Tlio n.uoclat'>m Kald an 
run)] of now diets publUliei 
cently Ahows a tendency Lo 1 
luate or redf.ee the use of , 
Tlie association urged dalrt 
d vis try leaders to promote! 
food value of milk. The g 
said this will be necessar; 
"avoid any undue threats to 
as a source of too many i 
rlns." 

Tlio new recommendatlot 
out calories In the average 
comes at a time whan per os 
consumption of milk and a 
products lias boon declining 

Total American milk consu 
tin ii Increased, by one-hall 
ono per cent lost year. That 
due, however, to an lncreOM 
tlie nation's population. Per < 
ILa consumption In 1063 droa 
one per cent rrom 1063, an 
further decline Is expected 
year. 



that the Initial development area 
.sponsored by the organization 
wok located near South park 
and took IB years to fill. 

Tho prosont acreage was pur- 
chased In 1003 and Orange said, 
"Wo expect this setup will de- 
velop much faster than the or- 
iginal olio," 

Tho company will contract for 
alfalfa standing in tho field audi 
It will bo cut by self propelled I 
hiirvflsUird owned by tlio com- 
pany. Killed hay will be con- 
tracted for In tho winter montlu. 



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Juno 26-27. 1W4 
■ Twin Fall* TIm#5-Nnw», 

w Wheat 
ndard Is 
w Effective 

nNOTON. Jun* 14 ITO— ' 
and stiffer set of r*v*»ral 
tandsrda for *h**5 

to Affect 

nment officials say they 
ip long-range rf«u!: 
"onjtcr commrrctal export 
(or American wheat. 
iew standard* rrduce the 
of defective material per- 
In each of lh« govern- 
ment gradrs. 

»rio Nn. J, for example. 
' "standards set a r*lllna 
i p*r crnl for total de 
nder thn old *uind»nU, 
of various kinds In the 

^atlo could add up to 7.5 
-. - -.- ., 

agriculture, department * 
to adopt, the new* stnnuV 
is announced lost Jary 
followed a long ronln*!- 
nong producer and trade 

Jture Secretary Orvllle 
nan Bald the new 1 aland' 
-e approved III nl) effort 
jve the competitive po- 
if American wheat In 
narkeU. Freeman said 
i wheat exported under 
-Klards contained more 
fltWe material than eXporlJi 
Canada arid other major 
wets. 




Idaho Farmers Continue 
To Use More Fertilizer 



COOPERATIVE EFFORT of man/ nations la represented In an effort to fre* 
AUred Peters' car. Peter* la manager of tbe Twin Falls Canal company and was 
directing some Id foreign engineer* around Twin Fall* tract. He palled off the | 



firacle of Industrialized Italy Is 
loimdermg as Farmers Are Forgotten 



pMB, June 30 IWD— (fewer and 
farmers — a growing per' 
or them women — sn 
ug unequal to tlie task of 
ng an Industrialized Italy, 
'fid that'* what'* stf'the root 
economic trouble th»t 
ht an abrupt, end to the 
n miracle." 
Italian Industry boomed and 
loymcnt grow, the rising de- 
,d for manpower caused 
to go up. The workers In 
dtiea, and the millions who , 
ated there from - the coun- 
, rather suddanly found 
Ives better off than they 
been. 

a country whloli until re- 
ly hod been Very poor, a alta- 
share of the workers' addl- 
purohaslng power* went 
more or better food, 
lali agriculture just could 
meet the demand. 11u 
were rising domcstlo prices, 
age-prloo spiral and massive 
d imports ' which upset the 
try's balance of payments, 
1053, the average Italian ate 
pounds of meat a year. In 

he ate 77 pounds, 
lugar consumption was 33 
< mds a year pet* person In 1053 
■I' f l US pounds In iw«. Conaump- 
h t n Went up from 13.& pounds to 
pounds for olive oil, front 13 
Ion* U> J a A gallons for milk 
from 143 pounds to 308 
jiunds for fruit. 
rfAt the) same time, farm popu- 
Llon, which .was 8.281,000 In 
SI, went down to 6.661,000 In 
U. 

Persona over 45 years of age. 

In 1051 accounted for 1 31.3 
cent of the farmers and 
ants, were Up to 43.8 per 

nt. 

Only 13.1 per cent of Italy's 
irking force Is above 5ft years, 
it the percentage Booms to 31.8 



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'esticide 
abels Are 
^Revised 

ill I Washington, Juno as— Re- 

jfP| {bed pesticides regulation* were 
* elective April 38 and new 
ahd caution statement* 
bo required on all pestl- 
Ide labels as of May 38, It was 
anounced In late March.- 

Under Use revised regulations, 
LgrlcuUural research service may 
L equlre additional toxicity data 
rom manufacturers. Extensive 
lafety data must continue, to be 
lUbmltUd before temporary per- 
nlU are Issued for shipment of 
experimental . compound* belnir 
field tested. In addition. Infor- 
mation obtained during field 
Linata bn the product's safety and 
(effectiveness nuiKt bo regulurly 
kre ported to Aim. 
p New labeling calls for the 
Ustatement "Keep out of reach of 
(children" or Its equivalent and a 
("/"signal" word, such as "Danger,** 
[t"Ouulloji/* or •'Warning" to draw 
Jfjtho user's attention to the need 
to handle the material carefully, 
Warning statement* nnuit bo 



per cent In agriculture, The phe- 
nomenon Is especially marked iti 
some ares* with n low birth rate, 
such as Liguria, Ute Italian lllv- 
Inra, Where 38.3 per cent of the 
farm manpower Is above 55, 

Women carry a growing shate 
of the burden of tilling the land. 
In 1031 they accounted for 34,8 
per cent of the persons employed 
In agriculture. Ten yearn later 
they" Were Up to 36.0 per cent. 

Tim feminization of agriculture 
Wan sharpest In the southern re- 
gion of Apulia, where women ac- 
counted for 31 per cent! In 1051 
and for 41 per cent In 10(11. 

This did not mean that women 
were happy to work*- on the farni L 
but simply that they were left 
behind by the melt who migrated 
to the cltl/>s. Whenever they can, 
women Join the exodun. 

When the growth in food de- 
mand camp, Italian agriculture 
was completely unequipped to 
meet It and the country hud to 
resort to import. Imports of ag- 
ricultural commodities In the 
first 11 mrmtlis of 1083 out- 
weighed exports by 355 billion 
lire (458 million dollars) com- 
pared with a favorable balanco of 
43-o billion lire <m.<S nitlllon dol- 
lars! the year before. 

There Is little that can be done' 
about It In tlie near future. The 1 
government hopes to Increase 
productivity In the long run by 



gradually doing away wltli share- 
croppinff and granting share- 
croppers special 40-year, one per 
cent interest loans to buy the 
land they work. 

Many experts, remembering the 
high cost and little effect of 
postwar land reform, doubt this 
will help much. 



road near % diversion box and the back. wheel slid Into a small ditch. The en- 
gineers decided that muscle power would be the best mean* to free the car and 
responded. < Times- News photo) 

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Big Cheese 



NEW YORK, June 3d— On 
exhibit at the World's fair U 
the world's largest cheddar 
cheese. It weight* 17.35 tons, 
took 183 tons of milk, two- 
thirds ton of salt, 03 pounds 
of rennent and 33 pounds of 
coloring. 

A cretv of nine men worked 
43 hours In Wisconsin to 
make the product. 



Idaho Farmers Earned More 
In 1963 Than Prior Year 



Agricultural Engineers 
Tour Twin Falls County 



BOlSJC-Juno 2(1 — Tdoho farm- 
ers and ranchers earned more 
money last year than they did 
In 1083, Total cash receipts came 
to nearly 447 million dollars — 
up four per cent from the year 
before, according to a report by 
It. Wayne Itoblnsou, marketing 
Information economist of the 
University ot Idaho extension 
service. 

When government payments 
are added, ttfta! cash receipts 
camp to 488 million dollars. Clov- 
ernment payment* were down 
hlno per cent, reducing the total 
cash increase to about 3.5 per 
cent. 

All of the Id alio Increase was 
because of larger receipts from 
crops, the economist said. Llve- 
atock was down about one per, 



Secretary Freeman Refers 
To Himself as Practical 



WASHINOTON, June -3d drrfl— 
Agriculture Secretary Orvllle L; 
Freeman has referred to himself 
often as a pragmatUt—a. prac- 
tical person. And he has never 
been offended by Ute description 
that he Is a "complete political 
anlma]." 

Ho demonstrated a combina- 
tion of these descriptions at a 
hows conference tills week. ' 

Yeoman discussed b«ef Im- 
port* to tlie United States, how 
they have been rolled back to 
a 1050-63 five-year average, and 
how the United States will not 
face o: meat import problem for 
at least IB month*. Ho calculated 
a good beef market in Western 
Europe would exist for at loast 
that long, 

freeman also apoke of the 
current negotiations oil general 
agreement on tariff* and trade. 
He indicated the OATT negotia- 
tions still would be under way 
in January, 1088. The tone of 
hi* remarks Indicated, he ex- 
pected to have a practical port 
in Ute negotiations, 

"But what Jf Soil. Barry Oold- 
water, It., Arts., wm* the elec- 



tion he _WM , asked . 

"I won't bo here," Freeman 
said, grlnnlug. 



Totals Given 
For Rupert Cow 

RUPERT, June 38 — Holiday 
CUudcttw Landmark 4755300, a 
4-year-old registered Holstein 
cow, owned by Thomas E. Ma- 
berly, produced 28,360 pounds 
milk, 533 pounds butterfat and 
1,334 pounds of aollds-not-fat In 
305 days. 

Tlie University of Idaho super- 
vised the. weighing and testing 
of production as a, part of the 
official breed Improvement pro- 
grams of the Holsteln-Frieseii 
Association. 



700 ATTEND 

DIO HORN, Wyo., June 38 
Haiti showers failed to dampen 
tlie enthusiasm of pearly 700 
people who attended the first 
annual Wyoming Junior Here 
ford association Held day at 
Canyon ranoh. 



iy to read, It was specified, ami 
In typo to conform to stipulated 
minimum type sixes. 



Revisions of U43. department 
of agriculture's penile Idos regu- 
lations first worn publUhnd in 
, proposal form lost full, with an 
invitation . to InlercuUd poi'&uus 
to comment. 



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"If we aMume that farm ex 
petises In Idaho Increased hi tlm 
same proportion as for the na- 
tion as a whole," Robinson said, 
"IdoJto expenses In 1083 were 
•350,7 million dollars. Tills sug- 
gest* that Idaho farm pet In- 
come reached 135 million dollars 
—six per cont above J003.' 

Cash incoiim from Idaho farms 
for sale of products during' tlie 
first two mon tlm of 1D04 was 
60.1 million dollar*, nearly two 
per cent obovo a year earlier, Ho- 
celuto from livestock Wore down 
two per cent. Receipts from crops 
were up nearly eight per cent. 

In another section of thn 
month ly^publlcntlon, •'Eoonomio 
Facts for Idaho r 'AgriflUltuse', M thn 
economist aald Increased feed Inn 
because of the long winter has 
been reflected In smaller supplied 
of hay In Idaho and surrounding 
states, Idaho supplies May 1 were 
estimated at 387.000 tons, 20 per 
cent lower Uuui last year and 33 
per cent less tjiau the recent 
average. 

Idaho farmers -have -Indicated 
a hay acreage this year of 1,335,- 
000 acre*, about tlie same as In 
1083. Farmers in surrounding 
state* likewise expect the some 
acreage as last year. 

Acreage for 11 yestem state* Is 
up less than one per cent. 

Therefore, Idaho hny supplies 
for the coming season will likely 
be lets than last year, even with 
yields above average. There Is 
more livestock on Idaho farms 
and in feed lots, 



Some 18 agriculture engineers 
from several foreign nations 
toured Irrigation facilities hi 
Twin Pall* county this week. The 
group arrived in Twin Palls 
Tuesday evening and toured the 
county Wednesday under the 
direction of Donald "Voutz, Twin 
Palls county agent. 

The tour was accompanied by 
Dr. John Barker, Utah Btato 
university, and Dorrell Larson, 
extension irrigations, 
— The - first part -of - tlie taur_wafl 
directed by Alfred Peters, man 
agor, Twin Palls Canal company. 
Peters pointed but that thu Twin 
Pull* truct Is financed by private 
capital. Thl* i* lit contrast with 
several reclamation projects that 
the group has viewed In other 
regions, 

Peters pointed out how the 
company lias made extensive' 
use of raw mitlvo material 
check ttio flow of water - and 
regulute thn system — for ex 
amplo, the placement of large 
rock In stream bed to slow down 
water, instead of concrete drops, 

following a tour of the can at 
syjitem tlie group visited the 
Warren. Tegan farm northwest 

f Twin Vail*. Hero Togau 
showed them the baski applies 
tlou of Irrigation and hour hi* 
farm operates. 

TJio Tegan farm Is one of the 
few stops where tiia eiiginsers 
actually get an opportunity tc 
get to the grass roots of Ameri- 
can /armlnj?. Honce, many ques- 
tlons were asked of Tegan and 



GARDENK119 SET TOUH 
OAKLAND. CoHf~June^ja— 
Seven countries In Latin America 
are on the lUt for the second 
"spring" tour of greenthumbers 
departing Oct. 31 from tlie U. B. 
and returning Dec. 4. Below tho 
equator, tile season* are reversed 
that the bountiful spring 
blooms are at tliolr best In Nov 
ember. 



not nil of them pertained to lr 
rlgntlon. 

Por example, many expressed 
surprlM that Tcgan's daughters 
were opomtlng the tractor* 
tho fields. 

One of the problems facing 
tho engineer* Is how they apply 
Die many theories learned in 
this county to actual application 
In other nations. 

It is quite possible that one of 
these engineer* would take back 
to his native land an American 
idea, and __w!ll_lmve to put it 
Into effect using Russian tech- 
nician* to Implement the pro- 
gram. 

This type of program has Its 
political implications. Tlie tour 
mtimbur* point out that any 
underdeveloped nation* must 
take aid wherever offerod. 

One wouldn't ordinarily think 
that food would be a problem 
In tlie United States. However, 
many visitors ar« vegetarians 
and members of the Moslem 
faith cannot eat pork. Tims, a 
good looking menu can be re- 
duced considerably. 

JHui there are tew It any com- 
plaints. They like what they saw 
in Magio Valley. 



rjNTVERarrv op 1 Idaho, 

Moscow, June 38 — Nearly 186,- 
000 tons of commericlnl fertiliser 
worth 20 motion dollars were, 
used In Idaho to. 1008, Charles 
painter, soils specialist of the 
University of Idaho extension 
service, reported today. 

The amount Is 31,000 ton* 
more than the previous year. The 
figure* were compiled In coop 
•ration with the state depart- 
ment of agriculture. 

Painter said most of the ln< 
crease was accounted for by more 
nitrogen. About' 1064)00 tons of 
nitrogen carriers were registered 
for use In 1063, representing a 38 
per cent Increase over 1083. slX' 
ty-three per cent was In dry car- 
riers of nitrogen. The rest was 
liquid. 

The trend Is to more dry and 
less llquidl Painter said. Leading 
carriers of nitrogen werejinhy- 
drous ammonia, ammornlDn ni- 
trate, ammonium sulphate, urea, 
and ammonium phosphate. 

The amount- of phosphorous 
listed In 1BB3 was 33,000 tons, 



f 1 * 0 ^ J* 1 "* t* r cent ""ire thaJ 
in 1983. Some 80 per centa l 
dry ingredients. Leading carrlrrJ 
wet* treble superphosphate n m 
liquid phosphoric acid. 

Idaho farmers used about i 
ton* of potassium, comparrd wiuJ 
534 tons the year before, ottlj 
commercial fertilisers were mo TI 
ly combinations of nitrogen ."hL 
phosphorous antfcomblnflt,™ . '.1 
nitrogen, phosphouous, „nd no? ■ 
ash. About 8,800 tons of By411 Z f 
sulphur and trace element* SI?' 1 
used. er 

"More dollar return per nnr.1 
1* received In efficient crop Sot 
ductlon from greater yields n , ld | 
better quality produce when B( ,it, - 
ore^ properly fBrtliiwKi,*' falnic, 

"A balanced soil fertility l 1u , 
gram nhouId bo the goal of evcr l 
user of commercial fertilizer. Till 
extension soils program Is 
to help Idaho people achieve Ui U 
goal, soil testing not onJy'Uid 
to determine the needs for crnnL 
but. aids. In establishing erfeoll\J 
soli management practlcm. 1 ' m 




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flRASBHOFPER CONTROL for southern Twin Falls eoanty U dbcaued by Keith Evan*, Idaho 
nsnaier, plant pelt control division, Mt, anil Or* Jones, chairman. Twin PalU (rxuhopper eon- 
rol committee. A meeUnf was held Tuesday nlfht In UoIlUter to form the committee. (Ttmea- 
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Grasshopper Control Committee Is 
Established for TwinJEaJls County 



lOIiLlSTKR, June 2fl — A com- 
Lie* to control grasshoppers 
orffonlud here Tuesday 
ht at tile Onuiffo hall. Ora 
im wnj named chairman of 
newly formed group, 
he mooting; was called so area 
tier* could hear Keith Evans 
lain the procedure tor es- 
lU'ilnjf a grasshopper control 
Evans" Ja tiie Idaho man- 
plant peat control division, 
culture reoeorch service, 
rails sold Xlrat of all tt has 
be established that control 
tedfld. The response from tlie 
' Indicated moat of the farm- 
attending the meeting were 
ivor of m control measure, 
ardlng to Evans, the 'chem- 
vhlch will be used will be 
an leal mollUilon" at the rate 
u-holf pint per acre, 
private ransjeUuid the pro- 
call* for the farmer to pay 
third, the atate on-thlrd and 
'. tovemment the final 

\ publlo domain the division 
} care of the spraying. This 



Credit 
ief Cites 
>an Trends 

Ami EEAoir, June 20 — 

Kers and their cooperatives, 
|e year ending June 30, will 
borrowed more than she 
hi dollars from -their farm- 
|ned and operated farm 
f system, 
i prediction wax made here 
|Dhert 13. Tootell, governor, 
o r e d it administration, 
ling ton, at a meeting of di- 
gs and tnanugers of the 17 
lotion credit associations In 
I rind South Carolina, Oeor- 
lid Florida. 

1 the lant decade, fanners 
| their cooperatives have 
trebled their borrowings 
jthe cooperative farm credit 
Ji,*' Oovernor Tootell point' 
It, "Tills In accounted for 
lily by larger loans but by 
■iot that a larger number 
Biters and their cooperatives 
nmlng the system, even 
Eli the number of farmers 
If their cooperiitlves 1a de- 

fornor Tootell predicted 
KheBti trends will continue, 
lid, "I believe farmers and 
1 cooperatives will rely ln- 
|»gly on their own farm 
i iiyutotn In tho dvcado 
In order to moot their 
fmtly expanding o re d 1 1 

JfiRld that more than 898,- 
|rmnr« are members tit pro- 
credit associations 
UUnut the country, more 
tino.ooo uro lifting louns from 
potloral land bank awioola- 
j and nnarly 3,000 market- 
■purch lining and servicing 
tnitlvcs ure borrowing from 
Ink» for cooperatives. 



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Includes bureau of land manage' | 
merit land, forest service ureas 
and bureau of reclamation land, 
Tlie farmer dors not participate 
In the cost of spraying these 
urea*. 

The coat will run about BS 
cents per acre, which makes tlie 
cost to tho farmer about 23 cents 
per acre. Tlie program doesn't 
cover crop areas. Arrangements 
must be made through private 
aerial ' applicators far crop land, 

tevstjia estimated some 40,000 
acres of land should be sprayed 
from Nat-Boo- Pali southward to 
Ilogeraon, About 10,000 acres Is 
private rangehuid. If enough 
farmer* ask for spraying, and 
conditions warrant, the area can 
be enlarged. 

Almost a half -mill Ion acres In 
Idaho will be sprayed this year, 
said Bvan*. The division cannot 
use Dieldrin this year. Technical 
Mallthkm la not » chlorinated 
hydrooarbon. It has little If any 
residual effect. It will not show 
up lrf milk; and dairy products. 
Its killing power lasts about two 
days, 

tPlrat of all, tlie farmers must 
bo signed up and have their 
money ready. Tills ts tlie main 
function of the committee. If a 
fanner Is not Included lrv tlie 
program, the money U refunded. 

In addition to Jones, other 



committee members are W, L. 
Wanting, O. Callen, Leonard 
Peters, Victor Nelson, C. M. 
Lantlng and Donald Youtn. 

A second meeting will be held 
at the county agent's office at 
B p. m. Monday to hear reports 
on the »l«nup and set up tlie 
spraying blocks. JCvann hopes to 
get spraying done during the 
first two weeks of July. 



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Agriculture Official Says Appraisal 
Of Order Shows Gains Are Fulfilled 



WASHINGTON, June 28 flirn— 
An. agriculture department offi- 
cial said that a renllsUo apprai- 
sal of federal milk marketing 
orders shows that they "hnve 
filled well (lie relatively modtist 
alms that have been set (or 
them." 

Assistant Secretary of A«rl- 
culture Oeorge I,. Mehren dis- 
cussed the role of milk market- 
ing orders at the annual moet- 

f of federal milk market ad- 
ministrators In Flushing, N. Y. 

Milk marketing orders set up 
under the agricultural market- 
ing agreements act of 1037, are 
control mechanlums that are 
strictly limited by law, Uelnen 
said. 

'They do not control produc- 
tion, rontrlct entry Into any 
market, nor guarantee a mar- 
ket to any producer," Mehren 
said, "nor do they set resale 
prices or establish fair trade 
practices at the retail level." 

*The basic control, as for as 
milk Is concerned. Is tlie eatab<- 
llflhmerit of minimum prices 
which all handlers shall p»y, to 
producers and which are based 
on prevailing conditions of sup- 
ply and demand." 

Mehren said the milk order 
program "can never be all tilings 
to all men." If an attempt were 
made to make It no, he said, 
it would soon become in all- 
embracing straight Jacket on the 



industry.** 

Mehren said' Mm public Inter- 
est aspect of milk orrirrx prob- 
ably are the least understood 
and appreciated. He aald farm 
Iitw Ktafes specifically that "1 
Is the declared policy ~of con 
greiut to protect tlie InleiesUi of 
the consumer th renin h the excr 
cl"<t of power to oKtabll.'ih and 
maintain such orderly marketing 
conditions an will provide, 
thr> Interest of prodlioerM. i 
consumers, an orderly flow 
the supply of milk to market tt> 
avoid uureasonnhle fluctuations 
in Hiipplles and prices." 

Mrhren said the listing 
speclflu standards to be used in 
efltuliltKhlng prices Indicates r 
have been Issued no miracle drug 



with Which to cure the Ills of tlie 
dairy Industry." 

Mehren summed up his re- 
view of the milk marketing or- 
der situation with the*e words: 
"The genius of the milk or- 
der program hue been that Its 
ole has been limited to a upe- 
:lfto regulatory and administra- 
tive aervlce Hint assures equal- 
ity of opportunity and flexibility 
of choice and adaptation, but 
never yet slipped Into ham- 
pering rigidities.'' 



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Up to 31 days before harvest. 

Tills revised federal clearance 
Is Important In allowing the use 
of TMitunhamldon for Insect In- 
festations that often occur In 
June or July. Tlie limitation on 
the usd of the chemical had pre 
vlously boon set at 130 days be 
fore harvest. 



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Interest for 
Farm Credit 
To Increase 

WAftll INOTON, June 2<J fUPJl— 
A farm credit official saya In- 
terest rates may continue to Iti- 
crflftss this year. 

Any Btioh move would contin- 
ue a trend wlilcli beaau In late 
IDA*) after Interest rates had 
been comparatively , stable for 
about two years. 

In 1M3, Interest paid by the 



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farm credit administration 
money It re-lends to farmer* 
by about three-quarters of 
per cent. 

It. n. Toolell, governor of 
farm credit administration, 
tlie outlook for 10M depends 
tho tempo or the general 
omy. The ' general' eaonomy 
tllliKS on the up-grade, he 
Inlermt rales will go up 
before the end of LIUh year. 

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Southerner 
Is Named to 
Credit Board 

WASHINOTO^, June 26 (OTft— 
MUslJwlppl farmer. J. PUt- 
man Btone, Corfwvllle, has, been 
elected, chairman of the federal 
farm credit board. Also at the 
boord"s annual organization 
meeting- thin week, L. ti. Carter, 
Stuttgart, Ark., wM elected Tic« 
chairman and ti. T. Mawm, Alex- 
andria, Va., wu elected seere- 
tary. 

The 13-member federal farm 
credit board sots the policies na- 
tionally for tho cooperative farm 
credit .syatent which is super- 
vised by the farm credit admin- 
istration. The system Includes 
13 federal land bankn, 12 federal 
Intermedial* credit banks, 13 
banks for cooj>eratlves7 763 fed- 
eral land bank associations, and 
4tH . production credit associa- 
tions. Farmers and their cooper- 
atives borrowed 5.6 billion d«I 
Jar* from the system last year. 

__ farmer and -lawyer, Stone 
owns over 1,300 acres, which are 
In row crops, pasture and tre<% 
and manages MO additional 
acres. 

native of Arkansas, where 
he was renrod on ti cotton-llvo- 
stoclc farm, Carter has been boii- 
erttl manaRer, Arkansas nice 
Growers cooperative at fltuttfiurt, 
since 1044. 



CHECKING WEIGHT tickeU at ihe Filer ■toekjrardu Is I.. A. Winkle, left, and V. Jf. Morrison, 
he Twin Falls Uvmtock MarkeUng- auoelatlon hsld IU final lamb pool Wednr>sd*y. Home Mil 
nbM were *oM snd **er*t*d DZ po\>n&». Ninety per cent of the lambs sold for S2I.8S and tho re- 
minder sold for J21. John Clay and company, 0«dnn, was the auocessful bidder. (Times-News 

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parm Advisory Unit Calls for Crash 
Non-Chemical Pest Control Program 



WASHINGTON, Juno 36 WP0- 
Kn aerloultura deparUnent advl 
lory commltte* has csjfcd for i 
jraih proaram of research on 
non-chemical pent controls. 

Tho commit^ added, how- 
sver, that American farmers will 
have to continue the use of 
Eihemlcal pesticides for tho foro- 
seeablo future. The group said In 
J» statement that consumers can- 
mot got n low-cost, hlith-quallty 
[food supply unions farmers make 
[proper use of chemicals to con- 
trol Insects, weeds, and diseases. 

The advisory committee said 
that whlla ttio uso of chemicals 
continues, research workers 
should put more emphasis on 
non-ohemloal controls.' - 



These include so-called bio- 
logical controls In which insects 
ore JJUed off by diseases or 
other buss. Other now non- 
chemlcal Insect controls Include 
a technique In which pests are 
lured to their death in traps by 
attraotnnt materials. There also 
is a system in which insect pop- 
ulations ore eliminated by the 
releaso of sterilized males. 

The research advisory com- 
mittee's report also urged sup- 
port for an immediate Increase 
In research on smolclnir and 
health. Tho report said research 
planning should ulvo special at- 
tention to studies on tho protec- 
tion of crops and livestock, on 
sail and water manaRement, and 



on research to help Improve the 
economy of low-Income rural 
families. 

In addition, the advisory group 
urged high priority for research 
on reducing cotton production 
costs, on finding new uses for 
farm produots, mid on. reducing- 
the cmt of nuu-kotinff agricul- 
tural produots. 

The advisory committee's re- 
port was released following the 
group's regular quarterly meet- 
ing in Washington. The commit- 
tee Includes farmers and ranch- 
ers, educators, representatives af 
processors and retailers, and 
stats' and private research or 
ganUsatloiui. 



Secretary Freeman Predicts Imports 
Of Beef, Veal Will Drop 25 Per Cent 



WASHINGTON, Juno 20 IW'D— 
Agriculture Secretary Orvllle L. 
freeman predlots beet and veal 
Imports Into the United States 
during 1084 will be down about 
35 per cent from the 1.1 billion 



Beef Purchases 
Hit 65.6 Millions 

WASHINGTON, Juno 20 (WO— 
Government purchases ot beeTtojcllnlng 
date since the buying program 
began March 3 total 117.3 mil- 
lion pounds. The cost was 66.8 
million dollars. 

The beef Is being distributed 
to schools. Institutions, and needy 
families. The buying program 
began In an effort to halt de 



poumiii shipped into this coun- 
try (n 1003. 

Previous estimates of beef and 
vcnl Imports had Indicated tho 
reduotlon would be about 20 per 
cent below the 1883 shipments 
from abroad. 

Freeman said the Imports 
would be at about tho five-year 
1060-03 average. This Is the level 
of beef and veal Imports advo- 
cated by many groups In the 
cattle industry. 



.....i.* cattle market prices. 
The program was started In 
the face of some congressional 
criticism of the amount of beef 
that was being Imported from 
other countries. 



Freeman wiUl ho was plciLicd 
til at a reduction of beef 1m- 
Kirts to the five-year uvertxuo 
ovol "Is being accomplished 
without legislation, and with 
the cooperation of our major 
beef suppliers," 

Earlier this year there was 
considerable agitation among 
Urn cattle industry and in con 
gross for legislation limiting 
beef and veal Imports. Advocates 
claimed that heavy Imports had 
caused severe reductions in the 
>rlco of cattle. Economists at 
ho agriculture department said 
most of tho price decline re- 
sulted from expansion of domes- 
tic output. 
The effect of beef Imports on 



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Turkish Agricultural Engineer Tours 
Magic Valley Area to See Irrigation 



er. Formers simply didn't have 
to Irrigate. The southern Idaho 
former and the Turkish farmer 



For the past couple of weeks 
young Turkish agricultural 
engineer has been observing 
farming methods In Twin Palls 
county, principally In the area 
of aoll conservation. He Is Kaya 
Bozkurt, Ismlr, Turkey. 

Boxkurt Is a graduate of the 
University of Ankara and works 
for the Turkish soil conservation 
service. 

According to Boxkurt, aoll con- 
servation In Turkey Is fairly new, 
The department started in 
Although the department Is new, 
Bozkurt feels considerable good 
has been accomplished. He has 
high hopes of the program mak- 
ing greater strides. 

Boxkurt arrived In the United 
States about Christmas time ac- 
companied by his wife and 
year-old son. They , landed at 
Washington to begin a program 
of study and gather field ex- 
perience through a U. B. depart- 
ment of agriculture aid program 

In a abort tlmo he enrolled 
at Utah, Btate university to study 
soil conservation and related 
agriculture subjects. Kngllsh Is 
no problem to Boxkurt. He stud- 
ied It in Turkey and his wl/e is 
a graduate of an American col- 
lege In Turkey, 

Ifaxlcurt attended UStf for two 
quartern. He became Interested 
In Irrigation and this led event- 
ually to hi-'i trip here to watch 
Irrluation practices. 

The young engineer said that 
In his mind the main dltferenoe 
between American and Turkish 
farming methods Is at thu diver- 
■Ion headgate. 



our feil cattle prices Is small 
and Indirect," Freeinaln said. 

•The effect of Increased sup- 
plies from our own feedlots last 
year far outstrips tho effect of 
Increased Imports," 

lie said beef exporting coun- 
tries have recognized the com- 
mercial possibilities In the Euro- 
pean market and "have moved 
to fill that need to the mutual 
advantage of all countries con- 
cerned," 



Our Irrigation delivery ays-' 
tern and canals are Just as good 
as any found In the world. Tho 
difference Is what happens when 
the water Is diverted from tho 
canal to the individual farmer. 
Mere the American .formers out- 
shines many. Tills technique wo 
must learn," said Bozkurt. 

Bozkurt points out that most 
of the farms in Turkey arc small, 
about 20 acres In size. There arc 
soil problems in many areas por- 
tlculsrly along tho coast, Ife 
noted that Turkey is located on 
about the some parallol from tho 
equator as much of Idaho. 

"We have our mountains and 
barren regions," he said. 

Bozkurt likes one aspect of the 
former - government relation In 
the United States and that is the 
ACI* program where the govern' 
ment matches what the farmer 
puts up for improvements on 
the farm. TJw 50-60 basts would 
bo a Uttle steep for the Turkish 
farm and Bozkurt feels that 70 
30 or 60-40 would be mora rea- 
listic In Turkey. 

In recent years the trend hi 
Turkish farming has been to 
family sized units. Laud Is di- 
vided into "unit sized" acreages. 
Mechanization has been slow and 
for tho ovoraKft small Turkish 
fanner ownership of n large 
tractor Is not nocossury. Several 
community tractors would bo 
mom Ideal. 

One of tho, appealing things 
about soil conservation work In 
Twin Falls county Is the activity 
of the Twin falls soil conserva- 
tion district. Directors super- 
vise the activity of the district 
and keep track of district equip- 
ment. In addition there Is tech- 
nical assist* nae available 
throughout tho soil conservation 
aervlco. Bozkurt feels that this 
situation Li tho answer for many 
of Turkey's problems hi agri- 
cultured 

"Farm cooperation is Impor- 
tant. We lmve tried some co- 
operative projects in Turkey — 
some have failed and some hove 



been moderately successful," he 
said. Some SO per cent of the 
Turkish people are Involved in 
farming of some sort. A. program 
to gonerate new industry on t)»« 
farm is needed to free many 
civilians for other types of em' 
ployment. 

Bozkurt likes Americans. "They 
are quits frank In their opinions 
and Ideas," he said. Partners 
ore pretty much tho same all 
over tho world, says Bozkurt. 3n 
Turkey the more vocal peoplo 
come from rural areas. 

His family adjusted quite well 
to living In Logan. According 
to Bozkurt's son, Logan is the 
United States and the rest of 
the country is something else. 
Ifts son spooks a mixture of both 
Turkish and American. 

During the next few weeks the 
Bozkurt family will get an op- 
portunity to see much o( the 
United States. His tour or field 
duty li over In southern Idaho, 
Ho will visit Spokane. Prom 
thero lie will Journey to Cali- 
fornia, Arizona, Texas, Okla- 
homa and Iowa before return- 
ing to UsU for one more quarter 
of schooling. 

He doesn't quite know what 
his assignment will be 11 when he 
rtiturna to Turkey, but accord- 
lug to Bozkurt, ho In committed 
to It for several more yours. 

The visitor didn't got to view 
nil the irrigation practices ho 
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Changes Arc 
proposed to 
Aid Industry 

WASHINGTON. June 2fl tm± 
C.ttie industry spokesmen will 
urffl the agriculture dop»rtm<!nt 
nex t wwk to help cut beef pro- 
duction by. changing 1U betf 
grading, rule*. 

. Th» proposed . chanse would 
■lloW younger cattle to qualify 
for the "choice" grade without 
' w much marbllnB' ft* required at 
present. 

Mnrbltii(( ttnrn to struiikn of 
fat running through lean por- 
tions of beef. It 1* produced by 
feedinK cattle on grnin. 

Official* of ttia Amorlcnn Nn- 
tlornil Cattlemen*!, n-iaoclatlon 
sny many young cuttle now- pro- 
duce beef tender enough to be 
cluutfd m "choice" at compara- 
tively light weights. The our- 
ciur.i, however, cannot be grad- 
ed B..1 "citoieo** beCKiwe Uioy do 
not have enough marbling. 

To got the cattle Into the 
"choice" grade,, which is the 
moat ' popular consumer- grade, 
the auoolatlon say* producers 
have to feed the fcnlmala to 
heavier WolghUi. 

The cattlemen's awiocliitfon 
M ya that If the marbling ro- 
qulretnont Li modflnJ, m » n y 
i producer* could market thnlr 
yotmir cattle at lighter wolitllU. 

This would reduce the total 
poundage of beef produced at a 
time when heavy supplies Imvo 
been keeping price* at iow lavali, 




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Massive Irrigation Project Could 
Alter Economy of Navajo Tribal Life 



FARMING TON, Nil., June M 
On) — A step toward a possible 
gradual change In the basic 
economy of the Navajo Indian 
tribe, the nation's largest; was 
taken recently with the -begin- 
ning of the first phase of a, mas- 
■Ire Irrigation project. 

Start of the I35-m»Hon-doIIar 
Navajo Irrigation project, n sub- 
sidiary of the upper Colorado 
river storage project, marks the 
realization of a dream for many 
Navajo leaders and government 
Indian workers. 

And In addition, the folks of 
the Ban Juan basin look forward 
to the 14-odd year* of construc- 
tion as a highly welcome atabll- 
Uer for the area's economy. 

Tlie project Is only the first of 
many. 

Before It Is over, there will be 
a labyrinth of canals which will 
carry water over 150 jtquoi'u mlloii 
of what now in a vaJtt wanUiIamt. 

Wuter will reach the first of 
.the proposed new "farms" In 
about five yearn. The flntt lands 



to be lrrluated will omnunt to 
ubout 2,000 ncr«fl. according- to 
Gerald U. Kmuo of the bureau 
of Indian affairs. 

Eventually 110,000 ncren will be 
under Irrigation from the project, 

The Irrigation project ali.o will 
result In a migration of Nnvajos 
front eastern Arizona Into wont- 
em New Mexico. Kfoi.eo i;uld by 
10(10 about 1,100 Navujiw will be 
fariuiiitf on the high mesa, ncrofta 
the Ban Juan river r.outli 
Panning ton, and unother 1,100 
Indians will be directly supported 
by tlie project. In all, 17,000 Nav- 
ajo* are expected to bo iiffccted 
by the project, mid to migrate to 
Now Mexico. , 

Only Indians can iiUHae waters 
from the projoct, Koence mild, 

No great amount of truck 
farm Inn, wheat, or other com- 
modities L'i expected nn the 10,- 
000-oiId acn?ii per y«'ur coiwi un- 
der Irrluatloii botwofiii 1070 mid 
1UU0, 

Instead, Kfifliieo mid oilier UIA 
officials tiling, the Navajo will 



University Probers Study 
Results of 



Dairy 



Testing 



UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO. 

Jioscow, June 38 — Dairy herd 
clautflcaUon programs give i 
great deal of emphasis to con- 
formation or type. Most Idaho 
dairymen accept type ratings as 
an Indication of an animal's 
ability as a milk producer. Im- 
proved type has attained eco- 
nomic value and Is held In high 
esteem by dairymen. 

Boleotloir has gone beyond 
over-all type rating alone. Ani- 
mals are often selected which 
are believed to transmit certain 
desirable features such as 
nlralght legs, level rumps, Urge 
barrel or desirable udder. What 
Li the actual value of these type 
components and at what age can 
they be recognised? 

The University of Idaho be- 
fan, ft program of evaluating 
type In mature dairy animals In 
the mid-forties and later added 
Immature animal* to tlie study. 
Dairy scientists Johnson and 
Rom are currently publishing the 
result* of their findings tin a re- 
March bulletin. Here, In brief, 
•re jiomo of their conohuilonit: 



Most Lincoln 
Fa rmers Aid 
With Control 

enoairoNE, Jims an— a tour 
of Lincoln county farms nltows 
©illy about 10 of tlie 136 farms 
Itupected are not participating 
In tlie county weed control pro- 
jr&m. report* Wayne Hickman, 
weed supervisor. * 

Commissioners Bureel W1I- 
ilsnis. W. jb. Bolton and O. K 
Chfttflold made the tour with 
lllokmnn. 

Though, tills Is a good peiceil- 
«ae, loo per cent cooperation Is 
"Wired, he added. 

Hie supervisor and commU- 
Nuurri expressed the hope Unit 
iirtners not partlolpatlng 111 tlie 
program will 1 do ho before tlie 
■wxt tour, otlierwlse the county 
KJiy take action to comply with 
weed control law pawwd. 



KtKCTED 

MtNNKAI>OIJ[S, June 2(1 — 
P*vld M. Lilly, president, Toro 
Mmufaoturlng corporation, han 
««i elected a mumber of the 
tftj - ' 1 .. 0 ' illrt'otora of Opnorul 
"JwjHt' was uimounocd today. 



Oorrelatlon between overall type 
ratings of Immature animals and 
their subsequent milk and but- 
terfat production was very low. 
In the Holsteln they were nearly 
aero, so that type ratings be-fore 
calving are of little or no value 
as Indicators of milk or butterlat 
producing ability of the Holsteln 
heifer. 

Tlie correlation between over- 
all type and milk and butterfat 
production were higher for tlie 
Jersey than for tlie Holsteln. 
Most of the correlations were sig- 
nificant for tlie agfts before calv- 
ing. This might Indicate that 
Jersey cattle cim be more accur- 
ately evaluated ut an. earlier age 
than Holfltelns. 

'Hi ore was. a liljih correlation 
between tlie overall appearance 
of a dairy animal and the Indi- 
vidual componeiits that give her 
desirable dairy type. Hie corre- 
lation was closer In the Jersey 
breed Uiuu In tliu HoUtoln. 

The type features In tlie ma- 
ture aiilmnl that appeared to be 
of mo.iL value In Indicating milk 
production In both breeds were 
general appearance, breed char- 
acter, dairy character and body 
capacity. 

Itelatlve Improvement In milk 
production. If selection Is bor.ed 
upon dairy character, lu expected 
to be 26 to B0 por cent of that 
which cun .bo obtained by tielcc- 
tJon on the biuiU of milk produc- 
tion records. - 

During the ntudy the percent- 
age of animals that changed 
from one type rating to another 
as they matured was do term bind. 
It appears that dairy heifers can 
be blowtlfied for type nt 0 to 13 
months of age with enough ac- 
ouiuoy to be used as a guide for 
culling, audi a program could 
be especially valuable If mini- 
mum standards for type lire set. 

A dairyman who doen not keep 
alilmnU hi hit herd that clasfilfy 
good or lens after calving could 
cull animals that Koore good or 
lex* nt a month* ot Ago. Midi a 
program would thus save the ex- 
pense of raising animals Unit 
would normally be cullml soon 
after calving. 

Apparently strength of fore 
udder attachment can be suc- 
cessfully evaUluted In calves nt 
a young nge. When Iho ruling 
given an animal at A, 111 or IB 
montlis of ui;o was compared to 
the rating given the mmui animal 
nfUii' culvlug, 113 per cunt fell 
within one typo chun«o. 



mostly use the Irrigation waters 
to Improve pasturage for hh cat- 
tle and sht<ep, already hbt eco- 
nomic mainstay. 

Now only a f«w head can be 
run on tho windy, br\wli t.piin- 
kled tableland. What does the 
Job entail? 

Tlie first contract -covers a 
two-mile tunnel, heiulworlm near 
the recently completed Navajo 
dam, and other Initial facility*. 

In all, 40 contracts will be let, 
ranging from a half million dol- 
lars to 12-15 million dollars. In 
December of this year one of tlie 
blgge'it contract*, for a 4.11-mlle 
tunnel, will be let. 

Tlie main canal, when com- 
pleted, will be 100 to 170 miles 
long and will carry water from 
Navajo reservoir over 35 mlhtu of 
uuclewi In nd to a high mem 
which rtinitei; eiu.t and west from 
Farm In K ton on the south side of 
3au Juan river. 

Tho project hi the lurgciit pub- 
lic worltj; project In tho hlntory 
of New Mexico. 

What will this ninan to the 
economy of farm Inn ton, Aztec 
uud 1) loom field, communities 
which have gone through a boom 
and a leveling off period In the 
past 15 to 20 years? 

The annual payroll during peak 
periods of construction will run 
about B million dollars a year. 
Much of this money will be 
pumped into the economy of the 
San Juan basin. 

Construction alone will amount 
to 135 million dollars and at 
least twice that much Is expected 
to result from o tlier facets of the 
project's operation. 

In the future Is a training pro- 
gram aimed at teaching the 
Navajos to broaden their agricul- 
tural technology. 

"We hope oj» one generation 
follows another," Keesee said, 
"tho Navajo eaonomy can de- 
velop Into a far-flung ugrlcul.- 
t u r a 1 1 endeavor encompassing 
many drops. I feel nothing can 
stop them once they learn how 
to do It. The land Is good, there 
Is plenty of sunshine, and all 
that has been lacking Li water. 
Now we will have the water." 



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the stfatig-eat In the atate. (Tlmns-NnwH photo) 



West Pakistan Farmers Are 
Making Pastures in Desert 



Bothersome 

WASHINGTON, June 3fl— 
Tlie more one dislikes a nolso 
tho more It bother* him, nayn 
U,H. public health doctors. 
Humans, however, adjust to 
nolne 'better tllun pooplo 
think. 

IlcJiearch shows workers 
performing simple repetitive 
operations do their work Just 
ns wull hi a tioljjy room as 
In a cnilet one. Most pooplo 
soon forgot their surround- 
ings and adjust. 



KAUACm, June 30 ITU — Went 
Pnklftiui fiirmtni n m turning HO 
million urirn of mid wasteland 
Into a vlrhial i;i'n o( grow for 
cattle grazing with a simple, |p- 
rxpeuslve lerhnhpie culled "wa- 
ter spreading." 

Farmer* nt fli t ;t doubted Unit 

their bo dry land, pock-mnrk- 

ntl by t uf t i of bnnvn ui hh*. could 
become green pun lure land fur 
tho hungry, scrawny cattle of 
Pakistan, . 

Their doubts were dlspellrd 
when they i.hw the reinilts of wu- 
ter nprriullnic (-niuluiird' on a 
3,000-rtcr.o urea of llw link Mli'un 
section of the Dem ImiuhII KImn 
d).'((rlct, nhintl HDD mUfn north at 
line. 

Thl* venture wax flpiniwircd 
Jolnlly by the PaklMnn f»re-il 
ili'purtmrnt and (he U.M. nueiu-y 
for International, drvutopmnnt. 
mliwlon In Pnklntitu. 

Waior i-prending 1.1 a slmplr. 
IlieXpniislvo method of holding 
bnck mid «torlnn run-off Hood 
water by a system of hmnll dams 
and 'dykes. Tlie 1 ntnred water 
slowly seepH Into the (.oil and 
sprcncli' a rlch"sllt which" nour- 
ishes utarvlng grasx roots. 

The test ami near the Bule- 
man hilts was typical df land In 
West Pakistan, most nf which Is 
a Out alluvial plain where flood 
Waters puss \hl Well-defined 
channels. 

At present most of the plain 
arena bitcomo pastures only when 
rare cloudbursts cause floods. 

When the Initial survey was 
completed, French and range of- 



Sheepmen Pressing Action 
To Extend U.S. Wool Act . 



WASHINGTON, June 20— Of- 
ficers of the National Wool 
Growers n.'Ltoclatlon conferred 
with President Johnson to dis- 
cuss matters of Importance to 
the U. H. sheep Industry. Ex- 
tension of the national wool act, 
which must be renewed In the 
next semlon of congress, was 
described to the President as 
"tho most Important" matter 
facing the Industry. The desire of 
wool producers throughout the fto 



Staff Members Attend Meet 
Of Agricultural Engineers 

on eleatrlcal uud physical models 
In dralnuge analysis. Hondurunt 
Is chairman of tho AHAti soil 
inn! water division nomenclature 
and In a member of the com- 
mittee ou surface Irrigation, 
llumpherys Is a member of the 
coinmltten ou flexible membrane 
linings. 

Claude H. Pair, agricultural 
engineer at tlia station, b co 
author of a paper, "Develop- 
ments In Community - Type 
Oprlntcler Irrigation Systems" 
with I,. It. Swamer of the U. S. 
bureau of reclamation, Holse, 
Swarucr presented the paper as 
Pair was unable to attend the 
meeting. Pair Is tho chairman of 
the AS A 13 soil and water di- 
vision Irrigation group committee 
and was responsible for arrang- 
ing tho Irrigation section ot the 
program. 



KIMB&RLY, June 2fl — Staff 
members of the Hliake river 
conservation Hold station who 
attended the tiVth annual meet' 
lug of the American Society o 
Acrlculturu Kngilloers at Fart 
Collins, Colo., are A. Ft. llobli 
son, director; Marvin IS. Jen- 
Mtn, J. A. Bond u runt and Allan 
a, Humphuryii, agricultural on- 
glnncrs. 

tlobliuion presented a paper on 
his work developing trapezoidal 
flumes for water measurement, 
Uonduraiit participated as ono 
of the panel >nftmuors ou a panel 



Chickens Eyed 
For Lunch Menu 

WASHINGTON, June 30 IWO— 
The arglculture department 
again will serve as purchiLslng 
agent hi buying specially packed, 
federally Inspected, U. B. grade A 
fresh frozen, cut-up young chic- 
kens for distribution to the na- 
tional school lunch program for 
Uie lDM-flo school year. 

Tlie department has purchased 
chickens for the school lunch 
program for several years. 

The agency expects to buy 
enough chlclfeu* to feed some 17 
million children participating In 
tlie school lunch program. 

Purchase operations will get 
under way In early July. 



niula.1 thai the present tariff on 
raw wool be continued as the 
biuils for financing the lnoentlve 
pamonts made by the govern- 
ment to maintain grower Income 
was ulso discussed at today's 
White House meeting. 

Pointing out that there has 
been a 50 per cent contraction 
of tho U. a. wool manufacturing 
Industry, the only customers of 
the American wool grower, and 
that n major cause of this con- 
traction has been Importation of 
wool textiles and apparel, the 
grower spokesmen Urged that 
action be taken by our govern- 
ment Ut limit such I "I ports. 
■ National Wool a rowers asso- 
ciation President W. Hugh Baber, 
Chlco, Gallf., described this 
mijrnlnu's meeting as "highly 
satisfactory" and stated that the 
growers .were Improsxed with the 
President's sympathetic undor- 
standing of the Industry's prob- 
lems. 

Accompanying the officers of 
the. National Wool Growers as- 
sociation to tho meeting with the 
President were Hen. Majority 
Leader Mike Munsfleld, D., 
Mont.; den. dale McOee, D., 
Wyo.; EJen. Henry M. Jackson 
D., Wash.; and Ben. FVaiik Moss, 
D., Utah. Also In attendance was 
Underwear clary of Agrloulturfl 



Undersecretary < 
Charles Murphy 



BOO ATTEND 
ENNIU. Mont., June 3ft— JSome 
500 visitors attended the first 
Annual Montana Junior Hereford 
association field day, held at tlie 
Oogghu' ranch near Ennls. 



ADVANCE POMPS 

Submersible and Jet Type 
WATER SYSTEMS 

NEW TWIN EAtlS HEADQUARTERS 

All popular sizes In stock 
A few choice doniorslilps available 

LAYNE & BOWLER PUMP COMPANY 

1760 Klmb.rly Road Phot!. 733-4278 

Alio Seat 

BOIEV-HENRY i WEECH, Murtauah 
J. N. MOORE DRILLING CO., Twin Fall, 
CATMULl PLUMBING ft HEATINO, Ruparl 



Smi Ut (ot All "Your N.eda In 
LIVESTOCK & POULTRY 

FEEDS KINDS 



■ . . . Hor« ■ ■ . Hlireii . . . Knnica . . . lUbUU 

. . , Chldte". vttt. 
' lloll.d OmIii« • Moll«»WI«4 Qmlna 



i ALLISON 

i flLlR CUSTOM SERVICE 



FEED 
MILL 

326-4315 



LOCALLY OWNED and OPERATED 



Just Arrived-lst in Magic Valley 
"Vapona" Impregnated 

FLY STRIPS 

Kills & Controls Flies For 8 Weeks 

Klll< dial, moaqultoal, and other flying Inuctl. 
Uie around Dairy Barm, Animal Buildings, 
Dog KonnoU, Garbage Cana, etc. 



TRY IT ... IT WORKS — 
priced at only 



,00 



TWIN FALLS FEED & ICE 




DON'T RISK ITI 




HELP CONTROL BLOAT 
In Your Livestock With 

BANNER CHEMICAL 
MINERAL COMPOUND 

Mixed with your SALT and FEED 

Ask your food doalor to supply you, or contact us. 

"REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF IDAHO" 
BANNER MINERAL and CHEMICAL COMPOUND 

alroady mixod with salt available at — • • 

Globe Seed & Feed Co. 



Twin Falli, Idaho 



Phone 733-1373 



3 




PRODUCES PROFITS 



SIDE DRESS 

for Added Profits 

BEAMS-CORN 
POTATOES 



West End 

FERTILIZER CO. 

2 MlloiEai. of Buhl ~r Highway 30 



rii-cr Miihiimmnil Akrnn Kurd! 
(Il«wcit...,(| (hi- trchlilque with 
Uiilmi Cmmcll Olmirinim Oliu- 
HumiI. 

he cmiiicll .niy (><h| la provldo 
Mir "iicitritilury l»b«r nt nomlnul 
K«"«- Thry quickly built mor* 
in ^(H> >.mnll (Innm unci dlk<-H 
iKHrtl to Kliirrflivml wnter uul 
mil -It nvrr RdJninliiB Und. 
Count rmillfin cohIm Worn only 
about |4,l)()(l. ' 

The, uirnnitldlnir KOI) ncrni noon 
hncftliin ' rlrli inuitlirclnlid whni 
Ihi* wnleiM {if n rnr-dlllin flood 
o ('luiniiolr<l. fiprriuiliitf rich 
whlrh rod tho llHtlmui uriuu 
riuiU, 

Tlin imdvf nrniui of tlm ureii. 
[x»riihu)iiH ■ JirlvoliiH, urcw IK) 
Inches hltfti, The nriim., which 
innkrii nit ti.priiully flni* hny, U 



Juno 26-27, 1964 
Twin Tails TImos-Nows 



rrltaliml by livestock, whli 
Ixtth Ntnlk* alifl leavos, 

' I-iuit full, tho vltlngem 
Vpittpd im extra one n 
poiiiwU of liny btt:uii»e of 
wah-r Kprrndliis tfchnltiue. 
cii-^li vnhin of ttittt extra fol 
wbi vahird nt about (10.1 
I) I it Incrrnio In n land whei 
per capita Income U about' 
n yrnr, 

UHAlD.nfflcinlii term the 
rot a "minor miracle. '* They 
It 4* ti Rood rXntiipln of what 
tw accomplliihed when Pnkf 
offlclnln, AID puriiotinnl and 
limcrH work nx a triint on dc 
opinuiit proJnrU. |. 

Ah oim Ainirli'im 'of (Icinl 
hownvrr: "Tho'nilr of US Aid 
till* pmj<i:t watt Hint nt a c«|| 
lyst. It wuk tli« Union Coui 
nnd tho people of— (he villa 
who notunlly hnl|Mid I homnrilvi 



USED 
TRUCKS 

1956 fRUEHOU" LOGGING TRAILER— $n yr/k 
Complete wilh cab guard X truck bunbl, '•// J" 

1948 GMC 1-TON FLAT BED- 'AOI 
Good condition, new paint H# J 

19S3*GMC TANDEM $| QQC 

with 10 yard body and holit I / 7 T J 

1940 FORD C-S0O, FULL AIR- $0 AC A 
Excellant tlraa and ganaral condition OjlJU 

19SS GMC MILK TRUCK— $COC 
Hydromalle j"D 

MACK TRUCKS-Sales * Service -Parts 

SOUTHERN IDAHO 
EQUIPMENT CO. 

1925 Klmberly Rd. 733-3377 
Alio At Bolie and Idaho Falla 
^ 



'I 




NATIONALLY 
ADVERTISED 
QUALITY 



BALER 



TWINE 



From 1 to 10 . 
From 10 up . 



10.35 
10 30 



SUPFLY LIMITED! 



FARM & CITY 

DISTRIBUTING CO. 

Home of .infant Dividends 
TWIN FALLS BURLEY 



newest 

in tlu» hay field 

NEW OLIVER BXO Roto-Flo Balmr 




• New family-farm capacity. 12 tons per hour easyl 

• New wide pick-Up. Measures 56" Inside, 61" with flares 
to pull In scattered or extra-wide windrows, 

• New wlndfuard. Special construction automatically ex- 
erts equal pressure' on light and heavy windrows. 

• New leef-savln( action. Patontod Rote-Flo Feeder now 
more effective than over- smoothly feeds heaviest 
bunches without plugglng-no grinding augers' or beat- 
ing devices, 

• Naw bals-tenalon sprlnis. Permit groater rail expansion 
to accommodate ovorslie boats, maintain density: 

• New Multl-Luber.* Greasos all knotter points and plung- 
er pitman pin to savo you time and labor. 

• New bale thrower.* Tractor-sont controlled, efficient 
rubber-roll typo, now with onglne or PTO drive. 

•SfMCUl «iutpnMnt 

— Vljjfiw V«ur htyfaa iqulpmtnt ollw~ . 

UsSe/ the qu.llly lint fi/qutlity haymaking 

MTN. STATES 

. - 

IMPLEMENT CO. 



I' Twin Fall* Tlmes-Nows 



Juno 24-27, 1°64 



uthern Idaho Production Credit Association anounces 






We salute the many Magic Valley 
possible the wonderful growth 

i.l.P.C.A. was organized on January 5th, 1934, with their first office located in 
e Fidelity Bank Building, and 6 regular employes. 

'oday we are pleased to announce that we have' 3 offices serving the' eight 
unties of Magic Valley. We own our own buildings, with ample parking facil- 
es at each of these locations . . . Twin Falls, Burley and Gooding. 




Farmers and Ranchers who have made 
and progress of this organization. 

Tretoriginal P.C.A.'Capiral was $225,0)0.00 . . . we are happy to report that as 
of May 31st, this year (1964) capital and Surplus of $2,985,266.00 all owned by 
2,100 Magic Valley Farmer Membe/s. "* i," ' 

We 7 "now have" 25 full time employes; which' together with the' members- of our 
Board of Directors have or combined total of over 346 years of service to the or- 
gdnization; 



The total amount of money loaned to Magic Valley Farmers and Ranchers 
over these 30 years as of May 3 1st— $325, 000,000.00. 

; ' Presenting the members of our present official board. 








TO* L Walt, Buhl, Prosldont. Ovor 29 years 
„ director. Also Vice Chairman of the District 
: arm Credit Board, Spokane, Wash. 



Jamas Scheld, Jerome. 
Directorfor over 16 years. 



Everett A. Campbell, 

Bellevue. 

' Director for over 1 1 years. 



-Manning Patterson, Good. 
Ing. Appointed this year to 
fill the 1964 term of the 
late Elmer Nlelson. 



Elmer Nlelson, Wendell. 
Deceased. Mr. Nfelson had 
served for over 22 continue 
' ous years as director. 



A. L. Hanks, Vice President, Burley. 
30 years continuous service as director, 
ever since founded In 1934. 




Earl St.ns.ll, Twin Falls 

General Manager of the S.I.P.CA.' 
with 22 years ectlvo service. 



Presenting the personnel of our Central Office, located at 246 3rd Ave. East, Twin Palls. Shown loft to rlghti Russell E. Smedloy, Asst. Treasurer, 
3 years. Helen Ritchie, Asst. Treasurer, 20 yoars, J, E. Freoman, Fiold Representative, 6 yoars. Dorothy Swope, Sonlor Clork, 17 years. Lawrence 
W. Llckley, Field Representative, 2 years.' Tholma Wright, Asst. Socrotary, 25 yoars. Rox D. Gardnor, Sonlor Field Representative, 8 years. Marlorle 
Dorst, Bookkeeper, 12 years. Robert W. Wright, Field Representative, IS years. Slanloy H. Wallers, Field Representative, 5 years. Lynn Stoker 
Bookkeeper. . 



John R. Martin, Twin Falls 
Assistant General Manager, 
with' 12 years service. 





■TTJS^atf^offlce porsonnol left to right, Seated, Nina M. Krtll, Junior Clork, 1 yoar. 
■ Varr^Jbertson, Clark, 7 years. Standing loft to right. Kenneth E. Ruby,' Inspector, S 
'.yajfiv. Walter C. Nelson, Inspector, 1 year. Lewis H. Canine, .Field Representative, 8 
rTom Wokorslen, Fairfield, Inspector, 22 years. 



Robert W. Stuart, Gooding 

Branch Manager, 
Gooding Ofllce, 9. yoars. 



Curtis I. Wllklns, Burl.y 

Branch Manager, 
Burley Office, 5 years. 



Burley offlco personnel, loft to right: lowoll C. Hunt, Field Roprotontatlvo, 8 y«»"' 
Wallor C. povlson, Inspoctor, 4 years. Juanlta'c Koaton, Senior Clork, 6 yoars. BotnW 
Booth, Assistant Secretary, IS yoars. 

REMEMBER S.I.P.CA. in a. permanent ttource of agricultural 
Credit provided from' private money through an organization,""" 1 , 
and controlled by Mayie Valley Farmers and Ranchers. "Growing 
bigger to serve ybu better." 



uthern Idaho Production 




BURLEY 



GOODING 



Stock Market 



Stocks 

NEW YGIUC, June 28 1*1— The 
stock market closed higher to- 
day After a moderato *c**loii 
featured by selective gains. 

The Dow Jones IndUatrial nv 
erase waa flirting with n new 
•jl-tlme high as the session end- 

^Volume for the day wo* esti- 
mated at 4.4 mUllon share* com 
pared with fi.06 million yoator 
day. 

Cains of fraction! to a point 
■.mono; key stock*' hail the edg 
over loser*. 

American Telephone'* now, 
B pllt. Block weathered some prof- 
it taking and then edged frac- 
tionally higher In very active 
(rafKiiff. Control Data, down more 
than 3, was running neck and 
neck With AT*T In volume, 

Anaconda advanced more than 
K point In a generally higher 
nonferrou* aectlon. 

General Motor* stemmed It* 
recent series of decline* and roso 
nearly a pointy with Ford mid 
^'Chrynler fraeUorlal gainers.- Most 
top nteel makers also added frac- 
tions. 

Aerospace Issues Were strong- 
er than usual -with Booing and 
Douglas Aircraft rising; about i 
point. 

U. S. Smelting recouped near 
]y 5 point* of yesterday's f!-polnt 
Ins*. IBM lost 3. Xerox roue more 
than a point. 

Price* on the American Stock 
Exchange wore generally higher. 

Corporate bond* wore porrow- 
ly mixed, V. B. government bonds 
were firm. 



Stock Averages 

NEW YO«K, Juna ts turn — 
Inn.* eloatna tlixk avarau.* t 

io Indii*. aio.es, tip 1.81. 

Ill Kail* 111.21, up 0.12, 
It tltll* MS. HI. Up 0.41. 
■1 H1iH-.k* ]>r..«7, lip 1.01. 



AI10 Vand- 
Admiral 
Air Hadun 
AJ Imliiat 
Alro Prod 
Alll-1 Ch 
AI1UI Kir. 
Alii* Glial 



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Am II.! 1'ttr 

Am Cyan 

Am Kl I*W 

Am MFiiy 

Am M.t CI 

Am Uni 

Am M (laa 

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li% I.OF Q1>h 
lafi Mb MnNAIi 
64 Idu* * My 
■ Idtlon 111.! 
tr.'ti, I.o*k Alra 
ESty Uirlllard 
dHli Maunaviiif 

to u.i.ih oil ay, 

20".. Martin U 17% 
Ti'i May I> Hlr N014 
nail Maylatf sh 
4iU MiKmi * II 44*. 

41 Marck S7'.i 
*li|tX Minn M*M 

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unit 



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Murray Cp 
Nat lilac 
N Ca-h lift/ nu't 
Nat llalry' »l% 

N.t pittlll an 
Mat Uypa 40 
N-wUrry 101. 
NV C.utral 
No Am Av 



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AuhUon 
All llafirt 
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Avcn Corn 
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IS Kur f»c 67 'Ij, 

61 Mwut Alrlln tHk 

HII OUn Mkth 44" 

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rub h* Cniu_ais 

"ub Hv Culn 11^ 
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)litvim!»r' 11(1% 

16% Umylhuiit 3!) 

1U% »-l»il» Av 14U 

R.J t)tuu ' 4H% 

iltt^ lt-J Vt«V— 43*2 

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119% 11 1' "*< 1'ap 

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Cww Ciill lilli iUeuuy 

Cm 7..1L Hnu Cal 

Criio till UII'I HouUm Co 

CmUI,y l'k H'l5 ll*'U I'aa 

CurlUa Wr 17'i »">' »y 

<:urllii« W A II IH5 »l'"ry IM 

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11% Tax (I Bul 
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fljii Hull Ah* 4M\ 
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iiil 1111 IitUu»L 111'^ 
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r,4^ I'ti tiiciii tiHii, 

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1117% Vanail Cn 
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AMCUIGAN HTiick' BiCKANCi: 
Nl.w VOHIf. Ju»« 141 U1- I.u.l ».Ui 
Alllnl Control H K.U.r (ml *U 
liwikfr Jmi 33*; T«l.«i(<-''J''r )/-> 
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MARKETS AT GLANCE 

NUW YOltK, Jim. ;« 

M...rk. -l(| B h.r| tr..ll.. K .U.k- 

""llONIlH ~ Ii^uulari lr«.\„U, 

Iraillni" 1 ~ ,n *' ,,,,UH »' 1,,w "l l 11 '-* 
CltlCACO! 

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1111. mi, 

lllallifhl.f «l« 
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llfta.lyi 



Livestock 

I'OltTI.ANI) > 
IMkltTI.ANI), Jim. id OlrO— W*-Uly 
HvHb.ckl Catlla J,7tS: ataai. |l.»t.7( 
liflhar. Uian Iwt w«U. .<)<.-. j i.n-lly 
clu.lfa B»a-l.0(lrt 111. UJl.tO-S6.lf. 1 hluli 
um>.|.rhi.l.-. 2 B .Uu^f,.3t; itamlar.1 17. 
Ill, (ill; cliLilr. ),..|r.i* ^j.uu-au.j&i f 
nor r.iwn U,II0-I l.UU j.,ut lll«y-cminiarulal 
bull. 17.UO.BO.00, . 

CalvM llitu; u'i'i'lxihoira lUO.-llio" Ih, 
3S.0ll-an.lMlc. Bmiibelmlra 14II-HHU 
ralvM ll.UO-BJI.Dn. 

ld>«a l.ailri tiarmwa ami H llu 1-1 
Ur-ila IR.Oll-lH.nl), 

. HIimh 4.010 ; ainina- .UmU-10-fr.nl* 
II Inw.r: aalaa rholr.-iitlma HB- 

1 Id M>. 3I.Kl>-13.3bj KiMHl-rhiilc. H0-1U0 

Hi. 10. 0(i- j 1. do. 



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ItKMVRR 

DKNVKU, Jim- an 

Cattla t-Ql ralv*- limn 
Inal. 

IUw mm Itarmwa, a | 

• Inn ik In 2t, ratlin liluhar, 
Ullla 1-a 300- 1! 2t III. 1H 
1110.310 Hi. 17.7ft-1H.SS f 
la.fid; aowa 1 ajla<U UHO-SU |U, ]4,0v- 
U.liU. 

tilla.p 106; nolhliiH a! 

OMAHA 

OMAHA. (AiMJHOA) — l(n H . I,(W0j 
harrnwa anil yllt* «Lroiia to DA hlirh 
aaw* al«xly ; LI 1S0-J40 ||.. 1H.00- 
IH.'it: t-a. 1UO-340 Hi. l7.2S-lM.00j 171 

%m Hi. iuw4 jj.Ao.ji.oij 

Catll* l.Orni; ralvoa 13ft; rtnik.^laai 
•('■ilv In an lnwar; tilhara mnatly 
alaaily I half.t* llmnlii ; row» alcaily 1 
cholra atrara US.TiD ; good M)i<) low olmiea 
ll*.nn-S2.(J0; iillllly ami commarclal 
cow* IS. 00-14.110, 

Hhaa|i 2U0; iw.l anntislt 011 uff.i- to 
ta«t nrlrfa. ____ 

CIIICACO 
CIIICACO, Juua U4 UM (UHDAV 
1{(>K» 6.000; liutrliar- 10 to 76 cant* 
lilah.r; 1-2 IVO-azO lb, l-utflicn. iH.oft- 
1H.S0; m I-» 1U(1-110 1I M . 17.10. 

in.a*: a-K ar,o.a7o Hj. m.dn-iT.on - * 

310-400 Hi. auwa 13,60-1 4.00 [ 400-4(0 
flu. 1,7.00-11.76; 1-3 4a0-t,<l Jim. I2.QU- 

la.an. 

Cattla Jt.liflft, ralvaa lioual •lau s hUr 
aUara ataaily ;' r<ni|ila hiaila prhna 1.1UK. 
1.10(1 lb. alauahtar ilMla IS. (HI; bulk 

hlttli thnlca and prima I.ISU-I.SSO Hi 
34.Jt-34.76j V ihhI SOO-1,150 ID.M). 
31.110; load m.atly lilah choir. 1,000 
Hi. li.lf.r* 31.7ft 

i.oto iix. ai.yi-aj.soi H (H>d iK,(Ht.ia.f;oi 

utlllly ami riiiumarflal rnw* ln.0U-16.lft. 

HIim). 1100; aiirlnir alauulitar lamli 
alwlay; lnw luU rlmlra ami iirlma US- 
100 Hi. aiirhnf alauuhlar laml.a S(l.00| 
mil to uiuhX .horn alalluhlar aWaa 41.00* 

e.oo, 

HIOI/3C CITV 

IIQUX CITY, Juna 26 (Ufl)-~U»a- 
alock l Houa ft.OOtl ; trail* aeliva I 
huUliara at lo moatly (10 raiita lilaharj 
aowa an cailla l.luhar. II 11. No. I.J 100. 
310 Hi. luit'hara 17.A0-lH.00i lira* vnl. 
urn* No. 1.3 I7.Hft.lR.00. U. H, No. 1-1 
3QO-100 Hi. kiwi 11.16-U.HO. 

Cattla K00 ; ralvM miiia ; tlilrtaan 
loail* ahiilra alaitvhlar al**ra 1,100. 
I, ISO Hit. fully alaaily Ui at run if at 
33.7ft-3:i.0<). Nut aiimiah trada <i» any 
elaaa for ailtiiiiata niarkat taat. 

Uhaati OJitia; marktt nut aaialillaliatl. 

BT. I'AIIL 
BT. I'AUI., Juna U (Ul'H— I.lva- 
atiiek i llliaap 600: alauuht.r' latiih* 
alaaily to Wv.ll, olhar (linn ataaily 
alalluhlar laMbnta • print' aholca - am 
prima Hfi-100 It,., 31.ttO-ll.Ilo ; uliorii 
rholra 00-1 10 H>*. with No. I 
IU.00-ai.0ll : ttlalluliUr auaa Nlmril, 

On atul u'uul, 4.f.ii-.i.r,o : f.*.Ur l. 
njirlmr, ehfiii'a ^a'nl (miry, 410-70 
lH.00-JO.no ; ahum nlil croii, dtoira 

faiKiy, ao-HO |1m. io.no-i7.no. 
"1Uni* 4ii">o i trarttni(~iirtiva,~b*r' 
wa ami sllta Ift Ui 60 kitrhar 1 a 
fully ■Irailb' ; liarrowa and ullta U, 

" ~ aoo-j-o Hi*, i7.no-ia.ooi 

I. 1-1 3H(l-nS0 11^. H.I0-14J10, 
altl* 1,600, alaatty rlaanup trada 
.... aval lab I* aupply of alauuhUr aU-*t* 
and baKaiai r.c.lpta mainly oowal 
■narbat nit that ilaaa rath.i- alow i 
tirlcaa about aUaily; bull* fully alnaily; 

' uvhlar aUara rlialo* SI.tO-lH.ftd J 
HUtiiifatarhalf*ra'ir<)<»l ami tdioW 11:00- 
31-r.O; alauifhlar cuiwa utility and oobt- 
larcla] 14.0fl.14.S0; alauahtar bulla 
tlllty 1H.00-I0.00i hlah (Ivolna ami 
prima vaalaru 10.00 1 shoUa iUiialil*r 
nalvaa S1.00-an.00i faadan* chulct IJ60 
)U, ataara 20. 00. 



T. F. Student on 
Keith Schofield's 
Campaign Staff 

UOIt!!:;, June 20 (.11 — KelUi 
Schofleld, a Hopubllcan cnndl- 
dnfa for coiinreiiii In XdiUin'a itec- 
ond district, iiulu yoiiterday two 
college «Lu limits are g n t H 1 n g 
practical experience In polltlcul 
nclonce by working lull-tlmo on 
hi* cnmpulgn ntnff, 

Thoy aro Ditvld W. Grow, r.on 
of Mr. and Mm. A. ir. Crow, 
Holito, and Qeorgn C, Detwoilnr, 
«on of Mr, and Mm. Oeortfa II. 
Dfltweller, Twin Fall*. 

Uoth will be icnlar* next fall, 
Crow nt tlw> University of Ore- 
gon and Detwuller nt a cargo 
Washington university. 



Alva G. Kepf ord 
Taken by Death 

ailOaHONK, June M— Alva a. 
Kepford, 76, Hhtuihtiiin risiiklimt 
for the past 60 years, died Thura- 
tlity m'oniing ut Veleruu'o lioapN 
tul In Bait I>ake City following 
nurgtiry. Ho entered the hospital 
Tiintday. 

Mr. Kepford wa* bom Hoot. 37, 
MHO. at Ido county, Iu. lie linme- 
steiulod wltli hlu family in r tlm 
Iltinlln area. IIo was ou Veteran of 
World war I. Ha hnd been a 
farmer tmil hnd workwil for the 
Idaho aniline, wan a member of 
WeekM Yudon pout, American L»- 
glon, Elliofihono, and hud been re- 
tired, tho pojit few yearn. 

flurvivoni Includo one brother, 
Ralph Kepford, Orofhio. 

funeral fiorvlccs are pending 

, the Derail, funeral clmpel, 
Uhoshone. 



Butter and Eggs 

„,„„ cmcAco 

CIHCAfjo, J in I. UK (tlrfl — Chfwa 
{■iw..M.| In.f SU-il i; | hikk UH-illlu! 
JIUfiul.r dn.4n',(, ; oli.UiUia | Hliii/1- 
11? n , iUii ' 1'U.ut.nni. 40' v -41 11 i 411, 
« ■ MiirLa lu.4| , MwU ., whaala, t.«. law 

J^"'"! a»J ~* VlloUaaU l»rUaa M 
l£l£* W.43Ica»o Wan-aiillla »C- 
Sutl.r, B( .. (|y ^ r(rw _ „ 57J. j 

**l fatlnUi till tnort. (7 1 HO aoola 6flU- 
<mhlT\ ■"«■ b" WlilU law ""trtJ. II J 
£~"-«rda ii^, ^Uaa S4Ji J ai.-^k« 



LAUNCH IS I'OBTI*ONK» 

CAPK KENNJflDVi Mm, M 
1*1 — auldnnce sysUrn tvoilbln 
today forced a iiocond idrnlght 
postponement of an attumiit to 
launch Uie high-energy Atlus- 
Cuiitaur rocket on Its third teat 
flight. 



ana Financial Report 

» ¥ » * w V w * 

The Daily Investor 



Grain 

niicAt;u 

l-<>, Juh. ^. (Ul'll- 

u„ak whlU .oVIhm.,,, 



At th. final 



of aarly , 
tba Chira 
Ilia h*.<u. 



.-.• 0 „t,.*n 1 , ;"",T,' 1 ;^!'„ 

■ i»l« wi.i.i.-,.^, l<llmltll ,1, 

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lull kl.l. hi,. 
, — i"- hiiiiv, f.J,40-Al,UU. Cm n Nil, 
, y-H-.w . aa.ui n M.IM.s.lHt. )l. t |.y 
, ih *-i'n, 4iU.i-4i.iiil. Call. 
..rahu.o, fr.a hia.k.t 6j.ue-ia.J6. 
luilay a eiim, I'uiil.nd i;i.in 



ll.rl.y 



hii) t.i 



l-llv.i 



30- 



40 Ih. 

1 HZ H *m l 1 ' 1 '' I" " riv " "'-*»<•', N'" 1 
l .» , k ' U ^" V Mhl l'°""l, .l.llv.,.,1 
Willi. I. hi. Whll- Clul. |,6U. 

an t.,1 Wli.t,r! Uxlinary l.ili. 
"•fd Valuta ll.kti, 0„jina.y l.Co. 

"*i Whaaf'JJ ; (lour 14 ; 
a-wutfltuu^Mllo)- If Mill- 



Car i 



faad U. 

CAHIl CHAIN 
^ClUCACn, Jui,a itf (Ul'I) — Caah 

Wh>.t iii lr hain,«|j Ku. S »«1 

l.ia'.-jN. 

_C.uu .1,1 h.war. No. 1 y.lh.w 1.I7U; 
yellow l.'JJH j aauuila urail* 



l.Ju. 



trlialiuwil ; 



Data 

whll* ... fw 

llya uiKhi.iiu.4i Wo, I plump l.ISN. 
Ilarluy iiialiliiK l.ao - l.aOi-J ; *..d 



Hlah u,w 
Whaat— Naw 

July l.ili; | ,40 14 



— 1.4 4',. 

Dm, l.4U'v 

March ,-1.13'y 

May 1.1,1), 

Whaat— Old 

July l.Su'i 

II-PU 1.43*4. 

!)«<■■, I.4M',u 

July 1.3.1S 

Hapt. l.'iola 

— i.n f- 

Marrh _l,aiv a 

May l.i'J;-- 

Dafa 
July .flo'i 



1.43U 
1.4h(1 
" SI V^, 



1.43 
1.4H 
l.ftli 



ass 

1.40% 



1.4l£ 1.41% 

i.4aj. 1.4H)'. 



l.til. i.ia>k i.ftii 



l.BQ 1 
1.411 
l.«7i 

1.2S V. 

i.aii',3 

1.17 

1.201^ 



I.SS-V. 
1.20!. 
l.I7'i 
1.21 L 



llya 



July 

HauL l.aftlu 

Da*, i.au^ 

March _l,:ilti 
May l.Jll 



.«7>i 
.17 )i 

l.aa 

1.34 
1.3711, 

1.10U 



l.s>)i 



Unlisted Stocks 

oviftt Tim coiiNrm 



Itolia 



. ...31.60 

_ .Ui 

da _. il.lK 

ilnhtwaya — iH.ui) 

Dallil Taylor __. 3A.SO 

lCqully Oil . 111,75 

Vadafal Ita'ourvM „ 1.87 (i 

Vlrat HMUrlly Hm-|i. _ 41.10 

Vint Hbciirlly IiivhI 0.17^ 

Krimtlar Itaflnlntf 0,75 

(Jarr.tl Fr-la-hUliiM _l4.iait 

Oracn (Haul . ai.lft 

l.lalio 1'owar I'M. K4.U0 

Iitlaiiniiunlaln 'in* Jl.aft 

lulaintata Xliit.irlliiM -10.76 

McCrauor ... . u.OO 

MiiirUo.i-Kiiiiiluaii 30.110 

Oru-Ma H.fill 

Hotar linitliara 11^4—14. (it) 

1'ulU.ll)* J'llilllKlll.iu ,7ft 

Hum 



.01 
44.00 

IH. 10 
31.71 
17.3ft 

1.00 
41.00 

1.76 

7.3ft 
14.i7H 
14.50 
NH.00 

ri.ua 

17.31 
10.00 

au.iio 
e.oo 

II. 10 



illlvur tHar Qu lt n, _ 

Uluna l.ifa 

llpaailaa Murt 



10.71 
4.TI 



Potatoes, Onions 

cnicxao 

CHJCAOn, Jllna 31 IUTB— I'oUtna* I 
Total U. It. ahipmaola - Mil arrival. 
I<2) track Iftfl; aiipplu* mmUrata; ila- 
iiiHii.l moi|erai«| in*rk*t fur lint bare- 
ly utoailyi for oil,,,. w..k-r. 

Trurk aatoa-dOU |b. II. II. 1A unit 
olharwlia alalnl); California I.j 
whllaa fl.aS-«1.4l>, nmnd r»l* 6.60) Art- 
ma run ml ivU 4.76. 

tltraat »al»ai CullfumU lima- wtiltM 
H.76.K.B1. Uk*i-a 7.00, round mil* fl.OO. 
O.ftO: Alalia m h. Vuuuil rwla 5,10-8,00 ( 
Arlaona ruuml r*<U fl.no-i.7S, 

O.ilnnii Arrival* 'JO; trank 4B| aup- 
iillaa irtml.rata; ilammiil htiHlaraUj tiur- 
kut about alaaily. 

Track jiitJarft Wn am)** r*iwH*<l. 

lltr*.U aalMi California llto«kU>n yal- 
Iowa Mxllunia 3.16-a.ai, lar.a round 
ty|ia a, 16-1.31, lar«a (Tat typ* I 05 ( 
wblta iiiadlum 1,00] ArUmia yalfnv 
■raiiBk madluni V.lft-a.ll 1 NaW Maxki 
whlta milium I.U0; California rah 40 
lb. aartuna larwa 4.00, madluni 1.0O, 

Ilia fidlowlntf fuluraa i|uo(*|[niia ara 
funibibad by K. W. UaltoUrU anil 
Twin ValU. 
Main. I'ataUw 

Kluh Olnaa Car* 

Novamliar |3.37 3.'J0 3.3( 

M.Mh S.A3 1,64 «.6l 

April 1.(14 t.flH S.ti 



May . 



. 1.00 1,0:1 



1.00 



£1 



Trust Funds 

INVESTMENT TBUHTU 
Hid 

Afflllala.1- Kuwd. H.Mfl 

Kalnu A llowanl Ilt.ick_lS.71 

ri.lallly Tranil — . 1U.U7 

Inr. InvMliila 7,*4 

l.lfa Ilia. ll.V. 30.117 

Man*, (irowth . H.HiI 

Null. Ilrowlh 



A»ka.l 

U.60 
111. UK 



Natl. Ill"<-k 11- r I- 

l'uttiB»i Ori'wth 

T.l.vUbui Kite turn [r» „ 
Vain* I, Ilia hinoiiia 



w.ia 



.. 1.1a 

. IT. 46 
- 10.70 



.. lion* i;;i 

Kiiyntuni' 114 

InUmattmiul I'unil . 



1ft. U.1 

4.H7 

. - li.Ui 



u.ai 
M.47 

K.HT 

0. 11 

1. ua 

1U.114 
11.71 
10.09 
0.11 

ir.,17 
IH.uo 
r,.n 
10.1s 



Boise Man Is 
Killed in Crash 

IIOIBE, Juno M Ofl—A nolfin 
mini was fatally injured youter 
dAy In 11 BriiuUiitf two-car col 
llHion on otate hlfibway 31 near 
Hid Warm S|irliut Moiiu rond. IIo 
wun itlont lfiotl an CUry Lane, 31 

Three ntliorn woi« Injured hi 
the collision. 

They wnro Identified n* Cecil 
Ixto, 31, Jlnliiit, a pamienaer In 
tho Iiiino volilclo; Unlktrt I'leckor, 
31, Blur, driver of Uie other car; 
and J noli n Hubelt, 31, lloliio. 
IMocku'r's' passenger. 

Tho i.anti ahto tklddod «li!ti- 
wayn lbU feet before It and llm 
I'lecker cor winded, rieputies 
Mid. 



Twiii FaUs Markets 



CHAIN 
fliaal.W twi q«"f«J) 



(lala -; 

MUad drain • — 

H../1 Wblla Wltaat 
(Vwu daalai* 



_i*.IQ 



iCut* lit Uaila, 



la(«a~ 



I.IVKUTOCat 
Cholca huUkara, 110-100 IU •14,00-lft.On 

Light H»*a . — --t 

Haavy tkiwa 17, 00-10. 

(On* d-alar >IU<d«l) 



By WHI IAM A. IlOYI.K 

.Q^ I huvn SUS of my own 
money to mo any way I wish. I 
would like to buy stock with It, 
I* thU too Utile an amount to 
Invest? Would a . broker btr 
(xiliirrrd with 
Biirlt a Htnnll Ih- 
Vivitmeut? How 
enn 1 I learn 
about InvpntlmcV 
I hind the en- 
cyclopedia b u t 
uot Imvy around 
tho xecoiul par^- 
(iKrnph on "pro- 
ferrnd, commqn.J 
bliin chip" and' 
audi. 

I really want 
to nee my money triple tor bet- 
ter) in no time nr loan It all. A 
million or bust I That's the 
American way, you know. 

" A. Are you f.o nuro it hi the 
"American wnyV" Certainly, put' 
tltiu up rink capital him been i 
vital., thing (pnrhnp* the innKt 
lm|iortant tldimi In this nation 1 * 
economic (rrowtli 

" Dllt, tho Vast majority of peo- 
ple wlin put up rink capital don't 
!(o off h nl (-cock til, as you ore 
thlnklna about dolnu, 
Now, for iiome quick onawern 




I>-yl. 




Business 
Mirror 

yiy HAM DAWSON 
AIT* llualnr** New* Analyat 

NIEW YORK, June 25 W— Now 
construction Lt fnlllna below It* 
yonr-old "piice. The allp from the 
llkP period In 11)03 could be tho 
firrtt Rltinnl of a leveling off in 
tho lonif boom 
In thin ennentlnl 
tirpjment of the 1 
economy. 

Or, *ny con-| 
atructlon ex- 
perts,' it could be 
only n mlnor| 
bobble. They 
note that des- 
pite tho nllppaRe 
hi May, the total 
of construction! 
projects ntarted n. m nawaan 
ao far thl.i year still la leadlna 
l»n3 figure*. 

The buildlntr boom lift* been 
one of the chief factor* In the 
40-month advance of Uie (tener 
nl economy. 

April hud aeen a dip from tba 
March figure* for construction 
contract* awarded. Dtit tlieae 
forerunnera of building activity 
to como atlll held above the 
April, 1003, fluriircii. 

Then. May dipped four per cent 
below tho year nijo total. ThU 
was the flrat year-to-year do- 
cllno In new conntructlon report- 
ed (title o early In 1003, 

The awartln as collected by K 
W. Dodue company, n dlvlalnn of 
Mcaraw-IIIll, Inc., show that In 
May contract* for future doij 
ntruction came to *.fl billion dol- 
larn, by no means a trivial addi- 
tion tn economic urowlli. And 
they binunllt the total for tile 
/hut five mnnthii of tho year to 
10,(1 billion dollar:-, a plciiMint 0 
per cent above tho llko period In. 
■JOflSr— — — 

The only iiour note wa* that 
tho May fiKuren, In nil cat«. 
Itoriofl, flipped below tho year nuo 
awnrd.i. Nonresidential building- 
w«« off by six" p*r cent; reslden 
tlal awards by ono iwir cent;, mid 
nonbulldlnu conatructlon, auoh ha 
liitthwayfl,_by_Hifht PT^nnt. 

Gcorao A. Christie, economist 
for r. W. Dodge, profera to call 
the May figure* a slim that new 
conntructlon demand han stabi- 
lized. 



North Idaho 
To Get New 
Bird Refuge 

WASHINGTON, Juno 2(1 W1- 
Tlie U. a. migratory bird con- 
servation committee linn »l> 
proved the establlnhniont of a 3,- 
'ioo-iicro bird refuno in noun- 
dary county. 

It will bo locatod on the dykod 
flood plain of tlie K«ote»«l river, 
about three mllon west of non- 
ner* Ferry, and, according to 
Sen. Wank Church. P., Idalio, 
will bo named the Kootenai na- 
tional wildlife refiino. 

Tho tl.B. fish and wildlife ser- 
vlco nil id tho larRoly iiirrlcultnnil 
nr Umber lantl* will bo rentorod 
to marahy bottomland* to pro- 
tluco natural *tandn of P^t woeil, 
thick weed, must enu.a and uthtr 
wntorfowl fowli, 



Body of Nampa 
Man Is Pulled 
From River 

wuiaun, June 26 "ft— The body 
of Itomile llay (Tiny) Meytir, 
Nampa, ha* been pulled from the 
Unnko river lomi US miles down- 
ntreitiu from a brldiifl he waa 
pnlntiiijc when he fell ' Into Uie 
mlllng water hut Friday. 
, Two WeUer youtli* «aw the 
body fiotttlim In Ilia muddy water 
Into yojilerday and notified aher- 
Iff* officer*. 

Mayor, ■ ao, had fallen from i 
bridge near Ontario. 



V-liiUa ~ 

(l»at Moitliai 
Small IlaJa - 



.-|K.lft-B.40 



Murphy to Be 
Acting Governor 

IlOISK, Julie 3fl'aifl!-Gov. lU>it- 
ert Ji. Bmylle Aald yo;.U!i'duy ho 
will link State Ben. Jack Murphy, 
R„ Unnoln, to aervit aa-aovovnor 
during hi* ub.>ieiice from tlie atuto 
aunilay. 

Muipliy, tho pichldtHit pro 
temporo of tlm state Mtnitto, will 
act in tho phtcn of I.lent. Cl"v. 
William 1G, Drevlow, who U In u 
apokntie hospital recelvltlK trwat- 
mont for a choiilntoiy ullmont. 

Binyllo aald he will fly to Bun 
llornardlno, Oalif., to attend a 
hoc la I function of omi.struotioti 
exenutivn Harry Moriinoii. Tlie 
uovortior will leave eundity mtwu- 
int( and return Umt avuuliui. 



At The Churches 



your qtirstlona— then iwimn 
comment. 

No, JUS h not too little to 
'"invr-st," 

Many hroknn iu> happy to 
handle small "lnvi'nlmrnt.i." 

It your brlrf rxperlenctf with 
th« encyclopedia is ■ any gllldp, 
give up. You'll never learn how 
to "invest." 

You keep twlng the word "ln- 
vr.it." Hut you don't want to 
iiivrat. You want to try your 
hand ut wild Bpf-culatlon— anoth- 
er word for ■ uumbllng. 

Any sensible broker would 
throw up hb haiuln In horror, 
if you would walk In with your 
SIM, your wild dreams ami the 
story :'ou npell out. 

Your signature and your ad- 
drns* Indicate you ern ui\ olhrr- 
wke normal houfiowlfn. I sllggent 
that you blow the wholrr |3f> on a 
happy nrwi Ion at the beauty 
parlor., 1 

Q. What nrn thn advantage*, If 
""yi.', 0 ' *- ^mPiirMllVely, nmnjl 
corporation cnaiiglng the listing 
tif Itn ntock from the American 
a took Exchange to the ■ New 
York ntock Exchange? 

A. The advantages nrn tough 
to pin down. Generally I fit a 
matter of prentlge. 

The New York Utock Kxclmnuo 
Ik the nation'* largest i.lock ok- 
cliango, The American Utock 
Ek chun ire (alno locntr^l hi New 
York City) I* the second largcit 
H the country. 

Despite nil It* recent nnlne 
nbotlt cleaning up and r«form, 
the American Btock Exchange 
hnnn't mi I to made the grade of 
high public esteem. Many people 
a till think of It a* tho old Ourb 
Exchange— It* former name, 

LUting of a company'* stock 
on tho "Dig Board*' (tho Nnw 
York Block Exchange) koept the* 
stock and the company In the 
public eye. -Thnre are advantaue.4 
to that. Tills could help tho com 
pany'a nnles and profit* and 
over-nil financial position. 

Q. I own a 1 1.000 par value 
U.S. treasury coupon bond. It 1* 
due to mature In 1070 and It ha* 
marked on It Umt It lit "redeem- 
able on and after March IS, 
1065." 

Doe* this mean Uiat I can ca»h 
It In at par value on that dato? 
Thn market valuo of the bond 1* 
now fiomewhat below 1 1,000, 

A. Borry, Hut that doc* not 
mean what you would nice It to 
menu. It mean* that the U.S. 
treasury department has the 
right to call in the bond* In that 
lnsue nn or after that date. 

You won't bo able to redeem 
It, until the maturity In 1070, nn 
lea* the treasury call* It In on or 
after March in, 10(15. ' 

(Mr. IWL will ...w.r ..J, ,„, 
Bantatlva Uttwa ef ractaial 
hi. nliMH, lla tannot anawar t>h< 



Ih- ^uiar. k-)|. 
Ih.r Uun» il 

n-iiy .'l V ilil: 
_ al 7 ill*. , 
II. (ah i* l-'ilU-i 



Wall Street 
Chatter 

NEW YORK. June 211 tUM — 
Goodbotly and company j;aya 
"tho market coiuolidutlnn . . . 
now appear* ■ to bo f-iinentially 
complntrd-niid'tho bunttirTniriilc- 
turo would r.eem to support a re-. 
Rumptlon of tlio primary up- 
ward trend In stock prices." 

"Wo continue to feel." Good- 
body aaaerta, "that bunine** ac- 
tivity and ctiniitig;i will be xuf- 
flclent to nnpport a Dow hidua 
trial hidex-of-DOO -or -hotter be- 
fore thl* year— or perhnp* even 
UiU mimmer la out." 

Stanley Heller and company 
aay* "for the very near term we 
would recommend a policy of 
caution, an a large number of 
Ktocka have recently accumu- 
lated sufficient i/alnti to make 
proflt-taklnp; attractive." The 
brokerage firm add* that "now 
commitment* should bo timed to 
take advantage of In term) tt (.-ut 
weakneA* anil nporadla declined " 

Kahn, P(;ck and o.ompany miyn, 
"wo lielleve tho continuing flow 
of good bufilnenn newn will weight 
tho balance In favor of thn buy- 
er and higher price* ar« Indi- 
cated for the montlut ahead." 



Sources Say ILS. 
Planes Attack 
Reds in Laos 

VIENTIANE, Ijioa, June 3fl <M 
— Uiiually rnllnhlo nourcoa unld 
TJ. B. Jet fighter* ntugod a big 
attack today jui communuit mill' 
tary tar uot a In Laos, hlttln« 
"everything east of Muong Buol. 

Muong Bnol In a nou trails t 
KtronghnM on n highway lead- 
ing went from tint connuuniiit- 
hold Plalne de* Jurres, 110 miles 
northeaat of Vientiane. Tlie 
plane* — Uielr number undls 
cloeed— wrre reported to have 
come from a U. a. carrier In the 
SouUi China tea off South Viet 
Nam. 

There wa* no Immediate offi- 
cial confirmation In Vientiane. 
Tlie tT. L\, embaaay declined com- 
ment. Neutralist Gen. Amkha 
Houkliavong, commander of the 
'little Ijiotlan air force, said ho 
waa unaware of mich an opera- 
tion. 



, CUIMINAl. A PHI UK 11 
WASIIINCVION, June 36 filW— 
fill agent* yesterday aurprluxl 
and captured Quay Cle.on Kll- 
burn, 40, one of Uie bureau 'a 10 
moat wanted fugitives,- In a park 
lng lot hi Ogdpii. 



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M..dr..t KM X 11 
rv|r* In Kh.il.-rly 
M. I'lirl.l Ami1.ii.. 
nliiU .v.nu.llillc 

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nlnu wnralilti. 
lllhl- .nira.aaa. 1 i-.m, ■ I'.il lurk .lltiiia 
I tli* Calvary lL|ilUt rhurrh at Itn 

'm'—Kvl'"i'nit w"ol'^.ln? , 'ohl-fI.hl*u» 
unliiir, Hlhla 'tn*.*au>. D tin u m.- 
■nlor yo.iuu ti«>|il. 1-^llnw.lilii thn-. 
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KPISCOI'AI, CiniMCK. TI1H 

AHCKNtlinN 
■ 10 Illlla IjVm lumlavanl nnrth 
Wairan I.. Ifawalt, r»t-r 
Hftli llmnUv «rtar Trinity. Ut Ua 
Uhrat*.! aa tha K-aat nf IU. 
tli- Aluialla. Vlnal Humtay of 



.rhxl 



null Rftrr I.-l.n 



.lav. 



u,l 11 



Chll.l-r 



lalnl>i|ii|,, tf II n 1 1 y 1r> ,IH(fltull 
* f.>n,Tu..a.ri.riH>la atmlr with th. 



. 'rlilli.ilay 1 Thaoafalla Mln 
. Thura-la^l. Karvlo- tnaatllitf 



riHHT MKTIIODIHT 



Frldny, June 76, 1*1 
Twin Falls Timos-Nowtl 



rniiiir, Harmon, i^i.i 
Itlil.ll., l.r«thln B l ( 

vl.lr.l. 

-hiiri-h .rh.xd for all ■ 

i in. .W.U.I. 

. VhUIIIV al-aa plr.il> . 
iili-u and frl.«n>.t al* 



ir»«ry r*i 
, Vi lift |>.i, 

VII..I. Tiin' 
U MO a.tn 

Wllllh I.IML 

H-n Aim.. 
7 llll ii.in. 



IMMANHkl. I.IJTIIKRAN 
■MM Klli-r A v.i i up y.t*l 
C. A. Italhitn. B.fl.r 
nivln. n-ivlr. al H;:lll ami 11 a. 
•vnvon Ihnn'i A trluiiiiilialit lua.-l 
• l «.«. -a*rv|r. |a hr™. 



ml.y . 



r K'lTI. 



I Inly pomiuuiiii 

Mnriilnu iiray-i' 

a.m.— Cliurrh arhi 

U.th hnlira. - 

Ni> ■•rvl^Ht w||| 1m I,. 1.1 Wa.ln.-1ay. 
July, *• th- rortar will I- at 1'ara.lUa 
KliU^onal «am|i anil aimfaraiifa 
MnCall, Iilah«, from .lima 3H 
lliroiiuh. July 4, whara ha will ha III- 
atrualur for a ckmn hmxIuii f..r Juntor 
■1 nlrl*. Tha r.rti.r will rat urn 
tn llma for th. aarvlf.a on fllnnlay, 
July ftlh. Tha tiarlnh offl^a will U« 
eliMcl <l >■ rlii tf Ih. wafk. , 

lldid.lula for aunimir aarvl^aa Uilm 
lliuulay, July ft. anil will innltnua 
thlouuli I.almr day warkMid, wltli Uui»- 
ilay aarvle-a at 8 and 10 a.m. 

CimiHTIAN HC1KNCK 
1H0 Ninth avmii. *a*t 
Runit.y acihniil U :*n a.m. Churfh 
.rvlraa It a.m. flun.lay ami B p.m. 
'w!n»-ilay. "Whnanawar •»mll not r- 
th. kl.iuilom nf Cml aa a llttla 
chil.1, h- ahall (Kit inUr tharaln" 
(Mark 10), Thaaa wnnla »f ChrUt Ji-aua 
will ■*! forth una of Ilia major llinitiaa 
of lha Itlhl. l«.un in ha h.ar.l llutulay 
at all ChrUtlau HnUne- rhurrhaa. It— 
lalnl raaillna- fnwn "ll/l.«(- ami H.nllh 
with Kay Ui tha Hrrlnt'ir— " hy Mary 
ll.k.r K.My will linlu-1. th..a lln-ai 
"Wlllliiiftiaut to W ,.>,,* aa a llttla ahlhl 
T M for lha w.w. - - 



ul aihllt HI lilt *la»j« at 

Hoy (tnmla at 7 p.m. 
I^liurrh Mumnll tiia.llnv at 
JolHI.illla- 0 of Imar.l »l 
'l*r rt.iiiii-11 mn-lluir, 
r-Wnlilu.r Ic.tfii. in— Hub 
! llililu r| uri >, h:;I0 |i.m. 
■ M rholr r.i|i.iar-a|. 



Ida a 



,arka 



ml j..) 



I to 



ilillva »f lha aUvana*! 
■ tha fataa land. 



a than <Hafl 



j«il U 



thla tllaiuialllim haltva t« »ir-el[.llat- tha 
1 ' " harnumy" I p. 1131. Tha aul. 

'ChrNlla.l Ilnlalir-.'* ItaaJl.u 

..„ .1 Main avanila -ait niian II 

tti 1 Momlay llirvumh Prl.lay. 

H1IHT CliniHTIAN 
Rlath avaniia tinrlh at Mhnahona atraa 
IKmald HaffiMBH anJ tlryaM Wllhlt- 
aalnUlata 

I a.m., nrlva>lu Churxh al tha Ma- 
tor-Vil thaatar. Wayna Cutihall, tnltila- 
tar of tha rir.1 i;hurrh "f Und. will 
lUllv.r- a aartuiiit atilltlad "CUiaad 
DjM>ra." 

Bitft a.m.— Itlhl* irhool. 

lOtr.O a.m.— Mnriilnu worahln- far- 
min hy llryan Wlllilla »ullll*-li "Can 
Wa Itaally Cat Away Vmru lllmT" 

7 li.m. — Voulh K.-I|nw.hl|l wa-tlima. 
Chi ithri IJunhry HII Will inaat a>t tho 
,hiirfh. C. V. y. thluh talMuilt will 
hiaat at tha church and tro to llhoahuna 
VbIU nark. ^ , 

Momlay— 7 p.i.i., ColUua Claia Howl 
llilf I'aily. Mrat at lha ahlllch. 7:311 
li.lii., Ci.iaa.lor rlatu rullllitf Hljht. 
Met al lht> rliurrh. 

Wadm-aday-U ^in p.m.- 1**!!**' HU'l- 
.Hilly, f (>.ai. - On lii-ilra rah-araal, 
7i:t0 pin. — Vim 111 wraallonal ami d- 
votlolial tlm.. Wa will |fi> to lha K.rrt. 
liwpjfa. llrluu 10a for lr«ii»|>.irt«ll'iii. 

Tliiir..lBV-a i.m. - C.W.f. urmip 
n, P -|liil, a . Ilnniii Nil. 1 ma-U with Mra. 

Paul "M.iiT.y, aau^ril*r~av«nua^w«i; 
If irBnaiiiirtalliin la naaiUJ aall Mra. 
J. O. Kallnaar 731-4103. flr.mt* No. 1 
maati with Mra. Alhart WM-n*y, «» 
minim., for Iranaiiortalluti call Mra, 
V. J. UavliUnn, 711-1 HI. Croup No. 
S mmU with Mra. John 1'arUh. 17H0 

Kllmora, fur traualiiirtatliill call 713- 
7 (lit, H ap.ni.- Cruaailar clana aw 1*1 at 
tha Wllhlta'a, lli» HUth ava.illa lurrtll, 
Mra. Ivan A inlarauu will auaak mi 
"(Ti.rninllllUlirl^"^ "~ 

1'ihlay — 0 li.m., anflljill «ahna 



yilWT BOUTIIKHW WA1TI8T 
Waahliiutnit at t-'llar 
IjvtdJ UaartMH, paaUr 

tlumlay irlimd 0 US a.m. i worahlp 
11 a.m. ; Training union * ilO p.in 
Kvanlnu wnnlilp 7 :.10 ii.in. 

Tuaaday nluhl— A«»m:latliiiial W«rk- 
era cmiferaiKu, Klmharly. 

Wailneailay— 1'rayar nrvlca at 7 ISO 

Thurailay rl.urch-wl.Ia vlilUllon at 



JUIIOVAH'H WITNPHHKH 
Klnu'hmi hull, 440 Ma. Hum at. 
II ii.in., ;1uiiuiim lllbl* atuily with 
■ alii of tha WalchHiw.r; aithjatl, 



Neighboring 
Churches 



MOLMHTKU COMUHNITV 
I'ltKHHYTKKIAN 
II. II. Thorn**, wliililay 
10 a.m.— llihla atuily. Tha Whole 
Hoanliold of Cod. 11 a.iii.— M.rrnlnu 
wniihlii, "Tha FurlunM of th* Klnu- 
iliuii." 7 p.m.- -lllhlu iiin.iuirv olaia, Mia, 
Clar.uro Latlmiii', luiulsr. 

Hoy lleiiiita niaat fhal ami third It mi- 
ll ay of tha iimiith. (Iran Juiui, Hw'ut- 
xiaalor. Womau'a V.niup toavla fourth 
Thura.lay uf lha u.i'iith. 

Y.UMU TRINITY UJT1IKUAN 
MUatmrl ayiind 
Thn-» nilUa ■until , , , n 
KiiiuUv arho-il, U a.m; woiyhlp 10 
a.m. I'liiilr. We.liw-1-li.Y M t'iti p.rn 
LWMI^ Thumluy, U p.m. 1 tiouui 
achwit, DUO p.m., Thurailay. 

millI.KY'*ION~idlTIIKIIAN 
Slat atr*.l ami OvxrUn.l a v nulla 
CLnM A. UmIi. paalor. 
HunJay chool and llilihi cla.n 0:1 
dlvlna woiahln 10:10 «.hi. Waltli 
Uaaua niaata at tha rhurch at 7 |i.i 

Wa.lnaa.layt Hh.uI* niaat al church 
at T p.m. I.WUI. atacullva Uiard 
niB.tl.iK at tha churrli at U p.m. 

Tliitradayt ColJ iltrlbo llavar <Uy. 
CuIj mwt fnmi ail-4H0 p.m. 

Klftk and aUlb (la-U taiitpliia* 
Camp I'arkhia Mmtilay thnmifh Vrlday. 

Wallhar Uaiiua camp No, t Winn 
VrhUy iu, rim until Thura.Uy, July B. 



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l-'rlilav— Wall.r Uauua aanip at 1'wr- 
klua laL« tliiiuiyh July U. t^.iiimltl^- 
V. ut Imar.l »f ..tu.mtloii at H p.ni. 
II... r J (l f •duration m— tlm* at HillO 
li.m. 

DRIVK-IN tniuiicii 

Mnlor-Vii lU.t.r, Kaallan.l Drlva 

■ a.m., a.roiuii hy Wayna Cutahall, 
hilillaUr of lha Hral Cliurnh of Cod. 
Ilia •.<rnioll l,»|iln will l« "CloaM] 
Umira," . 

Thla la an [.iti.i-.l.iionlliiatl<iual 
I... 'I'll, [jinl'i llunpur (n.rnimllliUni) 
'IH ha i>Uarv..| for tho.a who da.lra It. 

I'uui. .|ra4«<l for wurahlp, wurk, »r 
ararallon. 

Kr« enffaa, (much and .hiuahnul* In 
lia a Hark llitit* aflar tha aarvlna. 

IrlBHT ClillltCll OK' GOD 
11* Onlury atia.1 
Wayna Cutahall, p*.l«r 
10 a.m. lii.H.l.y ar4n»il I It a. 
mnrnliif woraliip hmir; H p.m. Wailn, 
■lay, nilJw.uk hour uf pray.r and 1)11 
uily. 

UKT1IKI, TEM1M.K ATOHTOLIC 
J. I,. T.nk — I.y, a»lar 
7:10 a. m., r-'iln hm..li:ml o< 
K I-I X, H a. in., Uat-valline hrua.laaat 
UL1X. 10 a. m., Hun.lay achuoli 
claaiaa for all «B-a. 1U10 a. in 

Miilahlp. llp«]|al apaakar, (lav. W||. 

I'ar.nU lllUO a. m„ uhlldran'i 

church, 7 p. M.. prayar a.rvk« 7 1 JO 
i., iiiwiIbI avatia-alUtln MrvU--a With 
. William 1'aratiL nf I'liiitlac, Mloh. 
Cony ratal Ion al iluuliitf wllh ap^lal 
niiulo hf tli* choir and otchiMtra, 
'rayar for Ilia al<k ami optwrtiniliy 
ur ha[itl*m. Tuaailay Ihrmiuh Vrhlay, 
I |i. ih., prayar liamla. Tuaailay, fl P, hi., 
irayar hi.* tlm/, frlilay, H p. in., yoima; 
.imiiIi'i maailiui. B H, m„ r».IU> (holy 
and orthaatra plan lie*. 

tlienilflANIZKD 1.PBJ 
11*1) UlUalialh iHiulavarJ 
IJjla rullat.r, VaaUr 
ftil a. m. ihufh aohiml. 11 m. W. 
a* mum. Arthur Day, apaakar. lUO 
p. hi. 7.lon« laauua. Wa>ln*a<Uy, tl p. tn^ 
felliiwihlii maatliiK, J'rl.lay, 1 p. 
Jitnlur laauua. 

yi)(HT I'HKHHYTKHIAN 
>*lftb avaniia at tiMund atraal north 
Uakail C. Ilarvay, ItunalJ J. l£**.han, 

■ a, w. inuriiln n wotaldii. llurmun 
lh.m.: "Th- t/'lahuriiiau Who Triad 
Aualn." 1 1 a. in. inn mini/ woiahlp. 
Hu i. .ii in thamal "Tha VUhrman AVhi> 
TrUI ««*ln." llpacUl miule. MumUyi 
7 f-lil p. m, Tnxip OA, kyutnatiirluiii, 
WmliiMtlay 1 U :J0 a. hi. vacallnii 
rhiin-h a.:lluol, 7 ;1I0 p. tn.- Truop Itiil, 
uyniiuturluni. 



Sailors, Fl 
Searclrfoi 
Rights Me 

IMlKLADICCriirA, M 

■M\ in-n— Whllji-hatUid a 
l-'HI agent* npread out 
enn of back country i 
trull* today looking fnrtlj 
rights workers mlaslng 
day*. 

Hrnrch tram* of from fli] 
men were dropped alo' 
lnnrly roadn In a 10-mlld 
aroa near hero. 

Tlie aallorn, sent In 
search by President JohnJ 
rived wlUiout heavy boot*] 
dny but- by tho time the 
resumed today infwt worf 
lng tho combat-typo bootW 
giitees and whltn hats. S 
Tlie patrol* were aitnltdj 
walk" thn rural roads an. 
purullollng thnm for soml 
nf thn men who were la^ 1 
aunday. Tliolr burned 
wagon was found on a 
trail' at ' the 'edBB^of "a*"| 
'IMesday. 

Within hours after 
Johnson ordered the • 
the hunt yn«ferday. te 
up of nitin nallors, an 
and a atuto trooper move! 
tloiifily through tho frlul 
tho dimuo Iloguo Chltt.o » 
If tho millor* go for In 
11 have to go In air 
them out," a farmer ctimnj 
"There'* at leant one ti 
mouth water nioccaain fori] 
wiunro yard in thut nwamp]l 
one nallor rut he emerged] 
four bourn of noarchlng,. V 
Tlio mlnstuff tnen are A. 
Oodman, 30, New York; a, 
Bchwerner, Grooklyn, 
Jame* Chaney. 21, a Negrq 
Meridian, Miss. 



>ait 

Krnaal lUaaalhlad, pa* tar 
Uornlntf wuiahlpa 11150 and II a. M 
llamidiu "Tha D.plh of tha WaUr.' 
Ilunday church achiuil 0I4B a, M. Kv« 
iiiny wutsbJp B )<• hi, Harmon i Tha 
Maanlns uf II. liar.* IlaptUi yuulh f.l- 
lowahlu ixiuiia 7 p. W. Junior, Junior 
Klilb, Jmlaiiu )U-ldt*a, Ban tor ]|| u h. 

vi.Tii 

•*rvlc« In falluw-hlii 
ntaatlnv of tha Aaauclatlou . 
layman H p. hi, WvdnaadeV, 
atudy and pray-r Oiaallii* a 
Ikiaid uf ChrlatlaH adiuatlun will inaat 
afur prayar iiiaatlnif. Ynutr furutu. 
TliuraJiy, cl.aucal choir r*baar*«J Vii( 



VlWt I1N1TKU l'KNTECOHTAL 
Filth avaniia al Third atraat aait 
J. U Ci>a»dUr. aa.Ur 

a a. in. "llarvaaUniB" rail In prutfrar* 
uvar KMX raillo. 10 a. m. (Junday 
•chiMi] ]*4«nn. "Ilahakkuk'a prayar for 
ravlval. ll.lt.kkuk n:l-IU." Claaaaa i 
all bum, 11 a. ni. wnntlilp aarvloe. II, 
moil hy paator. 7 ilO u. m. avarurallatla 
aarvlcM, U p. id, WedtiMilay, pray. 
maatliiV ami Hilda eliiily. 8 p. hi. Vi 
•lay, y.iulli chuiMb aarvlcaa. Mra. Juaui 
Orr, illraolor, 



VKA MAltKKT QUIET 

BPOICANK, June 2fl— Pea mar- 
kot* continued quiet this paat 
week with average. price quota 
tlotu on both greon* and yellow* 
at 13.0ft. Activity In Ion til* im- 
proved slluhtly wiUi average 
prlcei quoted at tl. 



News ofi 
Record 

TWIN FALLS COUNTl 
police Court 
Tlan&y Ij Ilowen, 138 
street, $10 and coats, noi*y 
Horn. 

DUtriei Court 

X* and E ooruttructlon eon 
filed a (1,931.73 «ult 
Wayna Carney for Daj 
good* purchased by Carney 
tho company, 

Mrs. Zoo Ilarahbarger 
mitt ngafimt Joe HarahbamJ 
ground* of aeparaUon. They 1| 
married Oct, 8, 1038, In 
Juana« Mex. 

Mrs, M. P. Watnoti filed, 
divorce from OUnton W. Waj 
on ground* of grlevou* mii 
pain and suf forlng". Tliey I 
married Fob. W. 10tl3, In E 

Marriage llcen*** were la, 
to Utchtird A. Ileaton and C 
lyn Joyce tiurgeM, both 
Fall*; Btonfortl L. Myer*, 
FalLi, and Karyl Lftinbeth, 
lnir; Walter O, McFarland, 
and Kathleen Brook*. M< 
Calif.; llene Oaroutto 
Want, and Keith John* 
Sharon L. Colder, all Twin 
Leonard' J. William*, Hazel 
antLUtKla JMcTirl'i*. .Tw_in 
Probate Court 

Hearing Into the estate of ' 
Bertha B. Atwood. who died 
IB, 1063, will be held at 10 
July 0. 



UNCOLN COUNTT 
— JuaUe* Court 

Willie smith, Oallup. N. 
$111, drunk In publla place, 
leased to work out fine; ' 
Oarothore, aiiofihone, *2fJ, i 
lng, while Frank Johnson, ' 
field, was fined $10 on the 
charge, 

fcrleh O. Hubert, Dietrich, 
for driving without hl» glaai 1 
and Itobert L. Lancaster, Ft 
$3, for drlvlntf with expired, dr 
er'* lleeiue. 

j, L. Itoblnson, Hurley, 
faulty equipment on hi* vehlcj 
Wayne F. Watson, lloieltorv, 
expired driver'* license; Mel 1 
Casto, Ooodlnjc, *8, defect! 
equipment to trailer, and Ji 
IS. Btandley, Twin Falta. »3. 
lnff with expired driver's 11 

Dean WIHlam.1, Bhoahone, 
for battery, placed on a 
month probation with e. 
month Jail sontonco BUapeni 
on probation terms. 



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Our Soll.floJ Ciutotatoin Spook far U*I 

Evory job Gilarantood In 
Workmanship and Materials, 
f REE ESTIMATES! CALL 

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Chiefs Belt Five 
lomers to Sink 
agic Valley 8-6 



Wf T7A*£S-Af£iVS 



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up 

Jit runfl, JncJutJintf four 
John AlliHnn'H Krnwl- 
m homor. Tho Cowboys 

)n buck In the closbitf InnlnKs 
make thn score roripectubln 
shortstop Bfib fflhrarder, 
v Orlennn, got the club's firm 
nnrim of thn season in thi 
111 Inning. 

lie two clubn will meet again 
7:3ft Friday hi Jaycm 

k nnd the four-gnmn serins 
- t run through tftiml»y_»lght. 
)nle Jutincn, signed <fff Hi 
Ivorsity of Oregon cammi*, 
the Vint lin of POcntnlro'H 
ty hlLllnif. In nil Porafollo got 
\ Jin hits Off Junnen. flvn going 
thn wiill. two for doubles 
\ Id Mia athnr two mere singles, 
| folm Bmlth started Ihn Chief 
B -nenm ptirty with it solo iwm- 
in tlin ncrnnil liming. In tho 
|! rd John lluchanun and Nick 
ermi unt "hack - to - buck nolo 
J ots and 1 it 11 Howell Ind off thn 
R irM) wJMi another onn-ruii 
1 mer. 

R But focatello Went for four 
n ire In thn fourth. Wyatt Burks 
fffiRlod nnd Robinson tfntibfmf to 
thn lnnlnit going before 
\ niton ({ot Hlovo Tompkins and 
Bfun Buchanan easily, Then 
. hit of strategy flint baok- 
'Jl" 1 W!hnnde/1 hitting 
/crdrt was walked intentionally 
got righthander John Allison, 
hllnon plckod on thn second 
ll'fltch to.; prove thut was ti mh- 
itko. 

if After Hint Cowboy reliefer Vln 
\iciienn, young or brother of 
[ittsburgh star Alvln McBenn, 
Jfiut out tho Chiefs ocit on three 
ps. 

Wayne Hcambatl drove In thn 
[rut run for Mnglo Valley In the 
icond end the Cowboys waited 
til tho sixth to ruin Ilobln- 
>n'M ERA. 

Bob 8chroeder led It ott with 
triple and scored two pitched 
lev on a Mike Gordon hit. Ra 
1 Oarola drew a wnlk and thn 
iiinern moved up on a wild 
■Itch, Ramon Aldeooti also 
alked before Bcambatl lofted a 
.orifice tly to ceiitnr/JeliJ. That 
iioored Oordou nnd Oarcla came 
"i«me seconds Inter when Me- 
nu alii Bled off Robinson's lei(, 
Tho Cowboys made one lant 
ild In tho ninth. I'lnch hitter 
n Blavley walked but was 
Weed at second by Mike Kd- 
ards, Hchroeder finished the 
Jfciight out with Ills hotnerun. 
fli-w.UU ibt k h\\ it. v*t. Kb v K ll 
Tmi>k(un 6 



ho Pocntcllo Chlofn bolted fiv« homoruiiH to. Recount 
P nil thoii* ruiiK nnd HldowheeHiitf Joo Itobinnon kopt 
pic Vnlltiy hofutUDcd Jotiff tmoiifgh to ruin tho Cow- 
's' Pioneer Iciitfiio homo nponor Thurwhiy niKbt.8-(i. 
iltmon nltowud only one hit over_th« firnt hIx limtagH 
flu rocutolfo piled 

Orioles Take 
3-Tilt Series 
From Yanks 

HAI/ITMOriB, June 20 (JD — 
Hootf Powell nlld Xlnwikfl Itoblll- 
r.on cloiit-fil IiomnrtinH In nupport 
of Htnvf I)iirbnr'« thifin-hlt pltch- 
JnK'niiirndnynlKht-hji-thn-IlHltl- 
mom OrMvH whipped (Jie Nmv 
York Vnnkerfi a-1 mid completed 
l tfiree-Kume fnrle.i Htt'eflp, 
Thn only run ofr liurber, who 
veiled lllii record uL 4-4, wruu n' 
Imdott lm(»nr by Joo I*nj)ltone 
Ui thn third lnnlnit, Thn hift- 
hiinddr had to pitch out of trou- 
ble In the fourth mid fifth tn- 
nlnK' 1 ,- howtiver, whmi lio en- 
countorod control tronbln. 

A double piny ended thn Now 
York threat In tho fourth 'and 
lluriwr Jttruck out Hobby Mch- 
nrcl.ion with thn bniien loaded in 
the fifth after a run wan cut 
down at the plate on nn at- 
tempted jujueexA play. 



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Angels Edge 
A's 4-3 f or 
Nine Straight 

• 1£M ANOELKa, Jinir M <*>— 
Hob UodtfMH' tln-brenkinif flhitfln 
In the nlxth Innlnu * Thurnday 
nlfflit brought, tho M« Amk/iIm 
Aiik«iIm thidr ninth connnciitlve 
victory,- a 4-3 dnel/ifoii over thn 
Knimn.1 City AthlotlCM. 

Tho Aii«elK, on thn lon((eiit 
winning dtrenk Jn their liUtory, 
Jumped from "nlRhth plane Into 
a tfo far /ilxtii with the lillo 
Uoston iind Box." 

IllKhtriinndpr^ frmf Nnwrnnn 
alHo oxtmidod a "wlhnlntt iitrftok, 
KiilnlUK hts fourth HtralKht vic- 
tory with an njMbit from Dan 
O-ilnskl. Newman worked nix lu- 
nlH((« and allowed all three Kau- 
nas city rnnn. 

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CLEVELAND, June 2fl Ifl— 
Defending champion . Arnlo 
I'almor had one of thiwiLein- 
' barrafuilntf expo r+tSii con 
Tliumday which come to 
every Kolffir, ntar or duffer. 

Arnia woj» four-utider-par 
an ho cajiio to tho 201-yard 
1 1 th hole in the opening 
round of tho ilOO.OOO Cleve- 
land' open", nnd ho pulled his 
tee Jiliot Into llltfll «rafla. The 
bull was nestled In tho hl|{h 
turf. As Arnta attempted a 
whort wedge nhot to the 
ft re on, the club cut n Jiwatii 
beneath tlio ball without dis- 
turbing It, 

The bull slipped Into Mjo 
-recently — dun — divot — (rom,-- 
■whore t'almcr chipped it out 
lor a double bo«ey five. 



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Mets 8-1 for 
11 Out of 13 

NEW YOUK, Juno- 30 (AV-Jerry 
liynoh craslied a. pair of home- 
run.1 and U1U Mnxeroakl connect- 
ed oncn In thn MttKbtirgh nttitck 
nn Uio I'lrntej) whipped Mih Now 
York: Mrtts fl-1 lluiwlay for Uic 
Ilth time Ju 13 meeting*. 

Supported by a 13-hlt offemm 
lofty Joe Gibbon coasted to hln 
fifth vlotory to go wltli hli* two 
dofoatw. Gibbon, who hud three 
at the hlt/i, permitted only /our 
singles, two by Hon Hunt. 

Tlio Mats' only run wu« un- 
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alnuied in tho «|xtli imiltur. 
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Cubs Storm 
To 11-1 Win 
Over Angels 

OALDWKLL, Julio 3(1 — Tlio 
Troiumre Valley Cubs ncorod two 
rimn In the flrnt Inning without 
n hit and went on to (fefeat tlio 
Idaho Falls Angulu 11-1 ThUni- 
day night, 

Idaho Valln contributed to tho 
dubs' Ilrst Inning with' three or- 
rorn. 

'IVoiuturo Valloy tucked the win 
unfitly nwoy Jn tlw aecond wlien 
tho cubs sconul flvn run.'i. Dick 
Aliroiidt's double nnd a nlriglo by 
Chuck Mivrolnora worn the big 
blown of tho rally. 

l'our walkn and a wild pitch 
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tho third, 

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Trull Says He 
Has Top Pass 
Receivers 

HUF7MLO, N. Y., Juno 30 Ufl- 
Don Trull, Saylor, tlie natlon'i 
loaitinK passer last season, nald 
Ttiur&day ho thought he had the 
para-reco Ivors oapable of beating 
the. East In the All-America foot- 
ball game Saturday night In War 
Memorial stadium. 

While discussing/ receivers tho 
expected starting quarterback 
for the . West commented: "Yes, 
u havo the ({oo4 ones," 
Wo referred. -to John Simmons, 
TUlfla;_.McL* > roflt f UCLA; Willie 
Wrown, Hou'th'erh" Callforrim; 
Pavo Parks, Texna Tech; . ilal 
llodsolo, also Southern Califor- 
nia, nnd Jim McNnughton, Utah 
Htnte. 

Trill] described his receivers 
thin way: 

"filmmorw there, can run tlio 
hook pattern an woll as anybody. 
Profit, ho'H got thut height, 0- 
foot B-lnchos, and can go up in 
tho air. 

"Brown la the quickest, tho 
fastest. You give him a little 
more lend when you throw to 
him. Parku runs all the patterns 
about tho name- very well, Tho 
name rock for Bedsolo. McNaugh- 
ton haii a great pair of hands. 

"It's JiJflt up to IDcnnlji Clar- 
idgo and mo to got the ball to 
them." 

Clarldfrn, Nebraska, will share 
the signal-calling with Trull. 

Opposing them at quarter buck 
will bo theh East's Onorge Mlra, 
Miami of Florida, nnd CorneH'A 
Onry Wood. 

Mlra,. football'a glamor boy 
last season. Is rated a half-step 
behind Trull as a passer. He, too, 
hns a great collection of recolv- 
em, especially in Hob Lacey, 
North Carolina; Jim Kelly, Notre 
Dame; Paul Martha, Pittsburgh, 
and Pnnl War field, Ohio State. 

Jlotli teams went through late- 
day workouts, avoiding ax much 
contact as possible. 



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APPLIANCES, ANYTHING 
DON DOtY'l— 7334430 

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ON MAIN AtnOSt MOM SEAMS 



U. S. Tennis 
Star Is Stilly 
Going Strong 

WIMBLEDON, 'England, June 
26 (Jn — Defending ohimplon 
Chuck. McKhiley, Ban Antonio, 
survived another ahaky day on 
the tennis courts of Wimbledon 
Thursday, while other' Americans 
wore going down Jn large n'wi 
bers and a Russian and a Hun 
garian were walking out. 

McKlnloy, who romped to tho 
title last year without the low of 
a «et, had to pull out all the Ktopa 
tor a third-round vlotory over 
Tarben Ulricii, Denmark, 7-5, 
0-3, 2-0. 7-6, 

It wan the iwconct clone call 
In a row for McKlriloy, who In 
second-seeded this year nnd al- 
most tho only American player 
of note left In tlio man's singli 

nUHo Jenn Moffltt, Long 
Reach, Calif., third-seeded In 
the third round with ah cosy 0-2, 
victory over Donna Floyd 
Falos,' New York. . 

That wan only , one of several 
Amwlcnn matoh-upfl'M-the Wur- 
niimont flhlnhod, Itn fourth dny. 

Arthur Anlto, Richmond, Vu.. 
defeated his doubles partner, 11111 
Bond, San Diego, fl-4, fl-4, fl-0. 

Hon Holmbnrg, Brooklyn, 
trimmed Marty Hlessen, Kvaun- 
ton, 111,, In a mnrnthon five- 
nottor curried ovor from Wodium- 
duy, I4-HI, 11-33, o-4, (1-3, 10-fl. 

That loft MoKlnloy and Anhn 
ns the only Americans In tho 
Innt JO In men's slnglon, Jlolm- 
berg muflt moot Uafnol Oniinn, 
Mexican holder of the IT. S. sin- 
gles title, in a third round match, 
and In nn .underdog. 

While thnro was action on tho 
courtii, a Hunnliin and .a Huu- 
gorlnn roftjsw! to play. 

Alex Motrevoll, IB, tho lout 
Russian loft in tlio men's din- 
gles, withdrew father than ploy 
South Africa's Abe Segal nn .a 
protest against South African 
racial policies. 

A short tlniff Inter, Tstvnn Cul 
van, Hungary, a vo(.erun of half 
a down Wimblcdonn and Segal's 



Hidden Ball 

BINOHAMTON, N.Y., June 
20 Un— As a high fly hit by 
Dnn Napoleon soared toward 
tho fence • Thursday night, 
evidently bound for homonin 
territory, it wag suddenly 
snared from the air In a 
spectacular catch — or no It 
appeared. . 

Bub later, outfielder John 
May of the Bingham tori 
Triplets in tho class A New 
York - Pennsylvania league 
admitted he didn't catch the' 
ball .after ell. He said hq, 
went" through the gestures,, 
but actually mibstltuted the' 
ball that was hit out of tho 
park with one he hod in his 
uniform 'pocket. 



Bears Will Try 
Closed Circuit 
TV This Fall 

CHICAGO, June 20 U&— The 
champion Chicago Bears of tho 
National Football league an- 
nounced Thursday closed circuit 
television nt^twn Chicago -thea- 
ters of most of thoir seven NFL 
homo games this fall. Tlio two 
/iltes nccomniodate claie to 10,000 
persons. 

Tho Bears, who ousiomarliy 
play before a capacity +8,600 at 
Wrlfflcy field,, will show six of 
their homo contents on claiod 
circuit, TV at n Northsldo theater 
nnd five games at the Arlo CfOwn 
thoator In McCormick place, 

Tho Boars first experimented 
with closed circuit television in 
Chicago on lost December's NFL 
title game between tho New York 1 
Olants and Bears at Wrigley 
Field. 



Giants Edg e 
Dodgers 2-1 
In 13 Inniiiff S 

BAN FRANCISCO, Jun.5,. 
-t>el Crandall-s f ol)rth t " » 
night, n bases loaded -, L, lB 
the bottom -of the 13th Sl 1 ' 1 -- 
gave the San Francisco 0 K f ni1 ' 
2-1 victory over tho ffl* 
Doxlgers Thursday 7, m, " '""^ 
Orondall's hit dellvc r ,. ( i n, 
ando Coj^da rrom third W 
after hlU, by Coped* „ ffjjj 
Mnyn ana nn Intonllonai w.Iik 
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doubles partner, dropped out for 
the same reason, Just before tho 
pair was to play a flrat-round 
match. 

Herman David, chairman or 
tho Wimbledon championship 
committee, wild; "I deeply re- 
grot it. Sports and politics don't 
mix." 



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Tebbetts Leaves 
To Rejoin Tribe 

ANNA MARIA CITY w, 
Juno 3fl Wt-Birdlfl Tehiiciu 
Cleveland Indians nuwiwr who 
has been recuperating fro m , 
heart attack at hi* home \m 
Thurnday for Oloveland wlih 
hopes or rejoining tho club 

TebbotU will first UHilrrco . 
completo phyiilcnl exiimliution 
and ll permitted by bj, 
clans, will rejoin the Indians m - 
mediately. 



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OAtrrUIlKN HTAKK 
CirrOAOO, Juno afl W1-apendy 
Ro<inoy, Wisconsin-owned Hum- 
blotnnifin nominee, scored hl.n 
third victory in nix starts by 
capturing tho *3,0Ot) Illinois top- 
Ihie circuit fltnko for 3-yoor-old 
trotters at Sportsman's park 
Thursday night. 



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Geiberger Fires 
7-Under-Par to 
Take Open Lead 

CLEVELAND, June 2(1 MV-Smlllmr Al Gaii7r*ar; 
who wild ho hiidn t Iiihiii (ilaylnir ton wull, IiIviIImI «ix of 
tho Inst 10 holos Thurndny for i, JM-SO— f>4 ■ to tnliu tho 
first-round load In tho $1(10,000 Clevohmcl open Rolf 
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Hitters Lead 
Indians Over 
Twins 8-1 

ST. I* A U L - MINNKAI'OLTH, 
juno 28 Upi ~ Max Alvls, Larry 
Drown and Dick Howser led the. 
way ss Cleveland crushed (tin 
Minnesota. Twins B-l ^Thursday, 
"A1V1* hit his thlrd~homeF In 
two dimes, connecting with one 
on . In the fourth Inning for a 
lead the Indiana never surrend- 
ered. Brown also beltod a two- 
run homer and Howser went 3> 
for-ft. 

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White Sox Rip 
Chicago 11-1 

CHICAGO, Juno 2(1 Ml — A 
crowd of 53,713 packed Comlskey 
park Thursday night and naw the 
Whit* Box thump th* Cubs 11-1 
In nn exhibition baiiebnll game 
(or the benefit of sandlot bime- 
tal) In the Ghloago area. 

CmiMcuf-lva third Inning home- 
rum by Ron Harwell, Tom Mc- 
Craw and Oerry McNortney 
powered the White Sox victory. 
Ernie Bunk* homered for the 
Culm and Moyd Iioblnson abu> 
connected for the White Sox. 

.The crowd largest In the his- 
tory of tlio series, overflowed 
onto the field with some 3, COO 
spectators ringing the warning 
track from the right field foul 
line to winter field. It won the 
flrrl time In 40 years that fann 
were permitted to watch a (tame 
on the field at Comlukey park. 

USE TIMES-NKW(3 WANT ADS 
SOU VAST BEtiLING JIKHULTS 



only a onn - Htrokis is tip;., 
hnwovur, n« tho 'field of M0 
jn-ot'oHHiomilH and 10 mnu- 

teurs practically wrecked the 
n,H21-yard, par 71 Highland pork 
municipal c ou run. 

Tho lid - year - old California!) 
knocked Tony Lenin out of the 
load lifter tho Chiimpiiiiii" Kid 
luul Boored a fl.!,' and later, bis 
Georttn Buyer came into dead- 
lock for tho runner-up spot. 

Jrfmu lined a 80-foot birdie 
blast from . a .trap on 4he--flr«t 
hole an a up rill [[board to hi* 
nreat round while' Golburtrer'* 
Waning putter Rave him the edge, 
lie three putted from 35 foot on 
the Blunt h hole for hi* only 
bogey, but sank hlrdlo putts 
ranging from 2li to -40 foot mi ho 
enmo up with only the third 
opening round 04 of tlm 10U4 
tour, 

' More than BO of the clanny 
field were under pur, setting tho 
ntauo for a down to the wire 
fight for the *20,ooo top prize 

Billy Craper, Qeorfto Archer, 
liny Floyd ii nd Harold Kueecu 
wero tied at oil, Defending chnni- 
plon Arnold Palmer wiui In an 
eight-way lio at (17, and Jack 
Nlcklaufi wan In a 10-way tlo at 

en. 

The (10 bracket Included such 
stoiidouts on Mike Soiiohak, Jul- 
lun lloroii, Oary Player, Uob 
OhnrlM.Dounr Ganders and Ohlo'n 
ftiniiteur champion. Bob llourne. 

Tho field dominated, tho 
courr.o to huch an extent that 
only one player, amateur Hob 
Con, Jr., Clnlenbunr, III., failed to 
break 110 and ha hit that mark 
on the none. 

Player, tho clanny South Afri- 
can, nald "thin 1* probably the 
aanlost courto I've ever played 
and anyone who Is puttlnu well 
rihould he able to hit around 
03." 

However, Gary lined 3tS puttn 
to flnlnh with a 00. Ho played 
with Lema and *ald he wun In- 
side Tony on practically every 
Breen, but that Lema wan "put- 
tlnu them In from everywhere," 



HCtillK XV1NH 

anisicNHiiono, n.c, jupn 20 

Ml — Hlarulford'/i No. 1 Heeded 
Julio Heldman and iiecnnd-rank- 
ed Jane Albert ncorcd enny vic- 
tor Ion Thursday to move Into 
rrlilay'ii qunrter-fhinlfl of tho 
Wonien'n National collculato ten- 
nl.i tournament. 



THE TtAAeS-N£WS 



Friday, Juno 26, 1964 17 




Two Magic Valley Worn Gain 
Semi-Finals of State Tourney 

POCATKLLO, Jimp 2(1 (TP) — llolon 'I'rempor, MIkhouIh, Mont., tho dofondinu 
champion, and throo Idaho womon lnovod Into tho aoml-rinala of tho Idaho wom- 
an a amateur «olf chaniplonahlp.i ThiirHilav with aocond round vlctorlun. 'I'hoso id 111 
In tho ninnlim for tho crown aro Mr«. Trompor, VlrKinia Undhjoni, Twin Falla; 
Harlmra Hinlth, liolao, and Sorirono Soroimon, llurloy. Mr». Vreinpor dofoatod Blilr- 
loy Straujrhn, Twin Falla,' 



Boycr Bats 
Cards Past 
Houston 4-2 

ht; i.ouib, June an im— koii 
Dhyer doubled home two runs In 
the elfthth fmiltur, ulvltia the til. 
iMaln Cardinal u 4-a victory 
over Ihn Hoiuilon ColU Tlniniduy. 

IjOfler Hob Hruco wnlkml Curt 
Flood with- one out and lllll 
White fllnnlcd with two nut, «ot- 
tliiK up Hoyor'H nmiuih to rluht 
center field, nick droat'n double 
brouuht In another run after ro- 
llovor Jim Owens Intentionally 
walked liob fifclmicr. 

Ilob Ar.uromonto drovo In both 
HoiiJiton runn In tho nticoud lu- 
nlim with a pop fly double on 
n checked r.wliiR and In Uie nlxtli 
with a homer, 



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Hrnal, Jtvltr, ll.^.r. Ill — Hum!. II 
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llnir. 17-1). 



7 and ft -to loom tsvoti moro 
of u fuvovhu io repoitt hot' 
victory of Ut.'iL year. 

Mm. BoreiiKeli defeated Chloe 
Martin, Idaho PMlln. 1 up; MrH, 
Utulhjdin' dumped Pocatello'it 
Mnrffurrlto- I*olrlBr 7"and fl and 
lluvbiira Smith defeated Kay 
White, Salt Luke City, 2 and 1. 

Tile dofeudlntt champion mild 
iiho felt better nbout her puttluK 
after Ihn 13 holon .<Jie' played 
Thllividliy. "Tlie 10th hole Ruvo 
me trouble today," nho Mild. 
"Aliio, I huvo hud a lot of trouble 
on number four. That In tho only 
hole I haven't parreil." 

Tho women piny in holes Fri- 
day and the championship will 
Ixi decided over the JO hole route 
on Saturday, 

Ail competition Is belnu held 
over the Ulvomldo municipal 
jjolf cotiiiio hero. It Is a women's 
par of 78 anil Is 0,254 yards louti. 

Championship fllnlit Mm. 
Kenneth Slrauiihn, 'l*wln Falls, 
was defeated by Helen Trempor, 
Mla-toula, Mont., 7 and 5; Ser- 
ueno Soronson, Hurley, defeated 
Ohloo Martin, Idalio Falbi, 1 up, 
and Mrs. Marlon Undhjom, Twin 
Pulls, defeated Maruuorlte Polr- 
ler. Pocivtello, 7 and fl. ' 

Flint flliiliL— Dorln Kay, Jer- 
ome, was defeated by Vcncta 
Powell, Itexburtf, 1 up. 

First fllifht con."^)lutlon— Mary 
Voimirilalc, Oroat Falls, defeated 
Uhlrloy Smith, Twin Kails, 3 and 
2, nud Muruo Arduner, Boise, de- 
fitutcd Mae Hurrls, Twin Fulls, 
2 tip. 



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Second riluht— I'hyllU Wlswell, 
Jerome, defeated Uolva' llavln, 
PiMTiitelto, 1 up and Mrs. I*e 
HurnoM, 'I*wln l^nlls, defented 
Htitty Kclthly, Pocatello. 7 and 
B. 

Third fltulit — Lucille Almim. 
TiVliVFnlW;* riefeu ted "Merle ' HOli^ 
son. r'ocntollo, "1 up, 

Fourth flluht coiiMilal Ion — 
Tools Keliaua, I'ocalello, defeal- 
«il Ilertle Lance, 'Pwlu Full;;, 
3 and 2, mid Mr/i. John Detwoll- 
er, Twin KiilU, drew a bye. . 

Fifth fllitht consolation— Mary 
Kulm, Twin Foils, defeateil Kdim 
Si'i vlce, Pocatello, a and U. 

Sixth flluht — Grace Ctv.Krlff, 
Twin Palls, defealed Sully Hill, 
Pocatello, 1 up. 



HIONfl PACT 

BAN J^ItANCISCO, June 2fl I.J1 
—Hud Koper, (l-foot. (i-lnch, 210- 
pomul ipiard from Oklalioma 
City ulid Sun Fran Cisco's second 
draft choice sinned his Natloiiul 
Hanketlinll association cniu^rjict 
with the Warriors Thursday., 



U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team J 
Faces Big Challenge in Tok^o Game 



NEW YOKIC; June Jil I.P—The 
United Hh\ti-fi' prritilrr truck ruul 
field «ttilct(r«. (horoiluhty thstml 
and liuri'illlilv tulrnh-d, IIiIk 
week bi'trlu Hit! fliml rilu of <inul- 
iricatlinui fur. an American icmu 
that fiir.-.'i. Its hhuiest chiillrnur. 
In reonil Olympic hlnlory. 

TUt'.v i:o Into the flint of two 
sect ions i>f Olympic t rials at 
ItatHliiH'it Piliinit In New York 
this wcck-fiiil, tilmmlnit Mir 
field to nix nu-n in each rwnt. 

'me fluid ellmlnotlonK irlm- 
mhiK It lo Ihi- | hive men In each 
event who will reprt'snnt (he 
United Stulm in Tokyo, will tie 
held In I.iv; AlHU'lrs Sept. 

Kveil to lii» ellitlble for ftie 
Olympic trlalt-. tlie nthlctcn have 
flulnlied hi tlie fhtit nix hi their 
events hi rllher I lie ■ national 
NCAA clii)mplf)i)»))li>n at Kiijn'iie, 
Or«., the AA1" cluilllploiuihlpi nt 
New llruiiiiwlck, N; J., or won 
their event In the Armed tit-rvlces 
nu'tit at Quaiitlco, Vu. 

^Tlin Olympic cnnimlttee _ [nr_ 
track nnd "field uchially tins 
adopted a policy following 'the 
tradition whnrehy tlie atlileteii 
i.elect tlinmselvi-i; on the hauls o( 
their perfnriiiiinceii In the Olym- 
pic trials," snld Georue T. t.'uiit- 



Two Coeds Enter 
Tourney Finals 

FAST LANSING, June 3(1 Ml— 
Two M [Chilian cociln will fluht it, 
out Friday in the f Inn 1 round of 
the National Wonien'n cnllejfial 
uolf tournament. 

Mli'hlitmi Stute'ii Joyce Knr.- 
mlrrnkl and Valpniidso univer- 
sity's I'nttl Shook from Saidnaw 
lillmlnutrd their opponents In 
semifinal play Thursday. 



TV TODAY 

ritlDAV, JUNK »a 

"Dtiniry," (0:30 p.m. ASCI— Katherine Crawford Is curst nlar In 
"HlB D«al at Little Hlver." tho story of Dentry bcinu imked to es- 
cort her to a local Kiimbllnu hoUM) In turn for her clearing Destry 
of a robbi-ry cliariio. 

"The Hob Hope Show," (Color, 7:30 p.m. NUC1— All American 
student itotji Involved in the Aluerian crlMs whon ho wltuennen the 
asKasnluatlon of an Alnurlau representative In "War of Nervvn. 

"Burke Vr /.sir," (7:30 p.m. AUO— Uiirke's men find namtt mmpl- 
cloun powilor burns on Tycoon Wado Walker followlnn his death In 
a lluht plane crash, which makes \ha Uoath look different than 
Just an accident. 

"llaid," (G:D1) p,m. NBC)- II axel moots her coimln Grace and 
Ooo run hopes Haul will lien In to mend her ways now after hor. 

HKHT FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIKR 
"I'll Cry Tomorrow," (105B) Susan Ilaywaril, Jo Van Fleet, Hlch- 
ard Conte and Kddle Albert (7:00 p.m. KBL1— This Is Ihn ntory of 
sinner Lillian Holh'a aittfifjlouniphy, sJiowJnc hsr rise lo fnim and 
her fall Into nn alcoholic. 

"3east From Hauhteil Cave," (lOtlOi Michael l^neut. Sheila Carol 
and Frank Wolff (10:3S p.m. KCPXi— Thin Is tho first movie of 
a double feature, the story of a nki Instructor who Is forced by n 
Kaiidster Into ajalr of a leucndary beJ|t. 

"Tarjtet Earth," (10511 Richard Deimlnir, Knthlcen Crowley nnd 
Vlritlllia Grey (10::i6 p.m. KOPXt— Tho socoiul of a doublefunture 
Is the r.tory of two people who wake up ono mornlnil and find their 
town deserted. 



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HAT 1 1 II DAY, JUN ; 2J — 

"Whip World of Hporta," ii p.m. AUG* — Bteer wrcntllnd| 
rnplnir, bareback and laddle-broiio rldhiir nnd brahma bull t_ 
are necii illirliiB the Kurt Smith, Ark,, ro(leo, taped Innl in on til 
. "All-Atiierli'iiti t-'ooltiall (latne," ttlpncliil, 7:30 p.m. ABOi-'l 
fourth annual American Football couches* All-Amerlron sail 
telecast from War Memorial stadium In Buffalo, N.Y. The * 
was (apod eurller this spring, 

"(ItHiaiHoWn," (n p.m. CBai — Chester lieeds to find a part II 
Job lo oiirn «ome money to nlVe to hlx black: sheep Uncle Sulf 
to uet him out of town the minute ho orrlvcn. 

•"I'lin Itefrinlrrs," (11 p.m. CIW>— Adu|tery. neoms to he the j 
It r<m iu In which can he ni^d for ii divorce In New York statu fotfc 
and Oldl Itawson, uhivio marrlauo has dissolved In bltterness.il 



hKKT KATI'ltlUY NIC.I1T MOVIKK 
"I.iul for Mfe," (l»5fij Klrlc nouwlas, Anthony Qulnn Ji 
Donald ami I'umeln Brown a p.m. KUTV) — Although Van < 
died younjr. his ln(enr,o cnnvaKos si ill grip us. Two of his pain 1 
were marked hy rt dlnahllng paychtVils. Anthony Qullill and i 
Doiigian both won acting awordii hi this movie. 

"Atlas AlNhut the Cyclops,'^ (Italian, ItWOl Mitchell Qol 
Chelo Oloniio aiid puul-Wynter (10:30 p.m? KaL>— Atlas conn 
the rescue of Queen Penelope, alter battling the Cyclops,' 
oueen has brm threatened by a iW.cendent of Circe, the enchi 
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"And may I ask how you know oho doosn't play chesa?*' 




"1 liked tho part whore tho hero — tho fruy In front 

askod you two to shut up!" 




"Would you mind taking your sun bath In your BACK 
yard? Pop can t soom to ooiioontrato on his Job!'" 




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WHAT* 
IN WJND... 





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SHMOO , 
IS STILU 
VJARMjr-AM'.' 

■Lissewrr-A 

'Ll'L,KAIKtT ' 
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I MA-/0R OP Tills ctrv 
AMP PRANkti? tE- 
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* R*M Mara*". M.D. 





IT STILL HWKF.5 m 
FURIOUS WHEN I THINK 
HE GOT HIMSELf 
ENGAGED AND DIDN'T 
EVEN HAVE THE 
DECENCY TO TELL 
U5 ABOUT IT/ " 





IT'5 INTERESTING, \K I HAVE 1 
«AEUSSA...BUTir ! Y FEELING Til 
THIS HAD HAPPENED 
A COUPLE OF YEARS , ' 
AGO. I'D HAVE . 
WILTED LIKEA 
WEEK-OLD 
DAISY/ 



Gaiollnb Allay 




UJalt.ws're on > 
If Avcnj drew -all ntoht W -this trip to 
I fitjurB he's about 150 ® enjoi) ourcclvedf 
mileo ahead of ui) ' f \Forqat Avflry! y 






/ Ope of Averus spore tires! 
1 Id knoiu Itanyiuhere.'Hci 
i ahead of usallriqht! 





A!3 VOU NEAR THE 
HOKPEK, VDU WILL GO 
FASTER ANP FASTER... 
"iDU KNOW THE 

REST. 

' I HEAR 
YOU, AlOTHER 
FAGIN. 



MARVA RESPONDS - 7D /V YPhlOTlC-ORDERS.- 




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ill vwtL pie V--i,5r,;'il , 

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I THINK I'LL av 
REM- LOW OVER. 
THE PACIFIC OOaN. , 







wi:ll, gce.thato ) OKAY, my hoy.' 
awfully men /tiiato what kings 

OF \OUIi J>ARC FOK...TF.LF 1HLIH 
HIGMNEBCI J| CUlUECto Akt IIAI1T 
AM'COWn.'NICP' 





HE'S A REPORTER FOR •*->/" Ca»P£TINGf—) 
•PROOF- MAGAZINE, MA'AM/) HE'S GOING TO 

"IM COMPETING IN THE ' 

FNATIONAL ROADEO,' 



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...WIIOEVLKCONNCPTIIODe WWWtO 
PtAYINO WITH PVNAMiri! W.WTCP ■ 
Till!* TKaCkWS STATION BCKATClltP- 
BUT WHAT'S ma 
ANGLE? 





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'IIIIRIHIIItl'l 



tfMJR BIRTHDAY 
and HOROSCOPE 



FRIDAY, June 3ft— Born today, 
rt u hava nTliftpa an *>v»rjmn- 
I, nc o ol iiclf -control. So itoldom 

1 vou Jo-** y° ur ten, I >rr lhnt 

h^odIo may begin to think you 
C» none-end • that may bo 
Zal But bo seldom . too. do you 
go*' renl'joy in anything Uint 
Sop], may boRln to wonder 
Swltur you are rc«ponalvo nt all. 
Thlt lA nil tentlmly crropnous pic- 
ture of tho "real you." howevrr, 

.nd tf you i> avo ,10t - lrp »<iy 

leirnod to lot yoursolf so, botfln 
.( once to do no. J 

tfor« than most people, you nre 
ane who neods close and piitlont 
Mnidi- It In difficult for you to 
Uko other* Into your confidence, 
md for thin rennon thoac who 
would know you must bo pro- 
«ml to upend n lontt time on 
Qmt first Htep— mutual truitt and 
comfort. You would be mlvlrwd 
la help thnm by making mi ef- 
fort yourself. 

AUhnuah you are* actually Very 
devoted to your family, they may 
not know It, for even hern you 
ire apt to hide your true, feeling. 
You would be wbto to make a 
uwcJ-1 effort to reach clone- cmi- 
Uct with your loved onen, how- 
ever, a» It 1» from them that your 
ires teat Joy and fulfillment can 
come-onco thoy know you want 

" Amoiiir tho.no born on thin date 
»re: Peafl Huck, Nolicl Prlw>- 
wlnnliiK American author: Her- 
nard Uerennon, critic, hlntorlun. 
nuybt; MorlUt OelKor, phllwi- 
oplier, educator. 

To find what til In nlnm for 
you tomorrow, Kolect your birth- 
day and rend the correnpomilnu 
'paraffrnnl.. Let your birthday 
iitr Iwyotir dally ^uldc 
Hatnrday, June If 

GANGER (June 23-July 23>~ 
Arthtry rathtjr than mere riuan 
tlly Is the Bocret to today's mic 
ceM, Beck to do better,- not 
morel 

LEO (July 34-Autf. 23)— Lend 
hfliid to Uiono who onk your 
uwUtaiice. Otherwlne, you'd he 
b«t to keep to your own ln- 

vmao (Auir. 34-Hept. 231— 

Combine your native Intnlliiicncfi 
with foreidiiht and you fihould 
ue now vlfitan of activity before 
you. 

LIBRA (Sept. 34-Oct. 23) — A 
Cflturdny which enn either nmimo 
or ronfii'ie. Tho wny In which 
you meet tho minor nmerjrunctoii 
vlll tell the difference. 

SCORPIO (Oct. 21-Nov. 23)— 
Cull your Invitations for fun. 
Accept only thoiiif which will not 
!nt«rfere with Improvements at 
home. 

tlAaiTTAIlIUH (Nov. 23-lpec 
MWKInd henrti are more than 
coronctfi." You Will B«ln more 
liy liclntr "boocI" than by belnn 
bow today. 

OAPAXCORNf (Dec 23-Jun. 20) 
-Ener-Ry and iihrewrtimm, coupl- 
uWHh honorable labor: Thin ta 

I tlie ktiy to new fiuccewi and 

1 /r/mrfn. 

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Veb. 10) — 
Pimcturn n wind bait's bubblo If 
run wlr.li— but In the proeenn bo 
mtortalnlntr, not natlrlcal. You 
•jive no wish to niako onemtefi. 
WBOK8 (Kcb. M-Mnrch 20)— 
Hie Plfices who feels dUpomd to 
Tltlclxe mlttht first toko iv look 
it himself. Oiifi'fl food la uen- 
irally Biwlled In one's own 
(llche)U 

AltlES (March 31-Aprll 20>— 
K retentive memory may uavo 
[lie dny. Call on pant experience. 

TAURUS (April 31-May 21) — 
A day In which matters of 
iplrltunl concern take on a new 
Importance, 

OKMXNX (May 32-June 21) — 
Wlmt you aim at you nhould hit. 
A day made for tho Imaginative, 
tntorprifdng Gf-mlnl. 

BATURDAY, June 37 — Bom 
loilay, you havo a splendid mind 
ud High abllltlcR— ho sure that 
you ubo tlwm to their fullont 
capacity, A love of eiir.n and 
pleaiiuro could hinder your ca- 
rter If you happmi - to belonjf 
to tho moneywl clajw; for unloim 
you have tho economic ihhmI, 
)ou may not be Inclined to 
vork at all. 

Yet you ar« prudent; you 
know what can happen tn the 
rtputotlou of a loafer, and you 
do fiot want thin to happen to 
rours. Tills prldo and concern 
lor what others think can be 
ro«r greatest K lft to your own 
mcceiui. It will keep you KoinK 
Jurtntc period* wlion Inclination 
lillfi or iniiplratlon dries up. 

Emotionally you aro one who 
Yeomen ciiiitly and deeply *nt- 
iJclied to member* of the oppn- 
iltn mic. Yet thoMi people imrit 
touiimin to ploiuio you — not 
"irmiHh material «lftM or any 
»liV»l(!ii| attributes, but In l\wW 
'lilrllual (lualltle/t— or tho ot- 
Uclunojit doiwi not la-'it. Be oaio- 
lul n»L to lu-euk too many lmarU 
sclore you stittlo down. 

AmoiiK thofkt born on this 
wo nie titifcndlo -Ileum, Amer- 
ican-Horn Japnne.ie writer; l'Vim- 
WiiHiini Newman, ucholur 
Oharlu lllttiiiBor, land- 

m ttrtiiit. 

To fiiu) whut'ls In nloro for 
mu Itiiiioirow, Holect your blrth- 
"V, nnd road tho correspontllnit 
Wfiltrapii. Lot your blrthduy 
4l «r | w your dally guide. 
KuiiuVy, June 28 
CANCKil (Julie 22-July 23) 
wiermhuMl uiul exact action can 
orestidi • what may appear to 
major difficulty ahiuul. Call 
1 ; "mil her for advice. 
LKO (j u iy 34-Autf. 23)— Home 
'!*' ««o huit tltiH throughout a 
,y^V that piomUio.i to bdit 
y H'latlomihlps wanned and 
led by evening, 
vmcio (Aug. 24-Hept. 
■""■Inti'rejillug day if not the 
' 'ewiirding. Your klndncwi 
. e «n«i(|(iratlon can make up 
J [ My slJiii tcomiug. 
> » tA (Bnpt. ^4-Ont. 23) -~ 
V! 0r n1 ' l" 1111 " beforo tloold- 
i^J t ltlI >t your chosen wuy b 

JJCOKITO (Oct. 34-NOV. 23)- 
, v lmvn to dmnonutrnto 
k, ct f Pharaoter In order to 
[J /"w thiiulay on an, even 
„ y ; M "mlng worship shows the 




2J)—Nc K ||.ct of spiritual growth 
could piny havoc with your emo- 
tional stability. Turn away from 
material thln^ temporarily. 

CAI'UICOUN (Hoc. 23-Jan. 20) 
— l^uilt-rindlug is n stubtxirn 
ailment, slow to rnnpond to mor- 
al mediratlon. Avoid Impulsive 
crltlcl-iin. 

■ AQUARIUS (Jm,. 21-l-el». 1(1) 
— Mi'ck a levelheaded friend with 
whom to dlscuitn thn home sit 
nation, Yon may lm clos. 
to the forest to nee the treesl 

(VoU. aO-Mnrch 20) — 
The Pisces will) f n lth In tils 
own talents and nhlUUrn can 
muke much of a seemingly small 
opjKirtunlly, 

ARHCa (March- 31 -April 30)- 
Tako time to Indulge In recol- 
lect Inns of chllilliood' before you 
attempt to uilviiio the youiiB- 

TAURUS' (April 31-May Ul ) — 
Patience and wL>;dntn are culled 
for. liUiyrnnl ytmrncll in tile fifory 
behind tho story if you would 
cnine upon Uir) facts. 

OKMINI (May 23-Jiirin 31)- 
Don't wiuile thin tlunday hi 
iinuill, unimportant errands. Set 
a chttlloiiKt! for yourself and moot 
HI 



Psychiatrist 
To Speak at 
Hospital Here 

Dr. Milton H. icrlckwm, Phoe- 
nix, Arl?.., piiychlalrbt,' will 'con- 
duct a clinic from 3 to & p.m. 
Monday In tho Music Valley Me- 
morial hospital ibjditorium lor 
doctors, nurses uml dentists. 

Dr. Ericknon will demonstrate 
the use of hypnosis in treatment 
of difficult psychosomatic prob- 
lems, lie is ii member of tho 
American Psychiatric tucioclatlon, 
and the American Psychologic 
association, rounding editor of 
tho American Journal of Clinical 
Ilypno.'ibi and lt-i first president 
of the American Society of 
Clinical Hypuoi.lit. 

A no ha'.t dinner and lecture 
will be held at (1:30 p. in. the 
name day at the Dluo Lakes 
Country club. Dr. Krlckson will 
lecture on hypnoslN In educa- 
tion and crime following the 
dinner. 

The lncturo scries Li spousored 
by tlin Magic- Valley Hypnosis 
society. " * 



Two Kiwanians 
Attend Conclave 
In Los Angeles 

Two officers of the Twin Fulls 
Klwiinln club left Friday by uu 
tomobllo to roprnr.fi nt tho local 
club at the International Klwunls 
convention In Los Anitelen start- 
ing Bundiiy and continuing tlm 
balance of the week. 

Makfnir tho trip are aordon 
Cox, president, nnd Armour Aii- 
iltii'iioii, iiecond vice president. 
Moth were accompanied- by their, 
wives. Catherino Cox made tho' 
trip with her parents, 

More thnn 15,000 Kfwantu 
mnmberfl from the United OLiueu 
and fornimi countries are expect- 
ed to vci(i!itiT by tho time busi- 
ness ncsnlonu get under way 
Monday. Sunday's activities will 
be hiiihllKhtod by an ovenliiB re- 
ligious pmitram. 



Fathers Honored 
At Knull Grange 

A rannbud wail pinned on each 
father In recognition of Father's 
day durhiB tho lCnull aniuuo 
muollug Tuenday evening In the 
Knull a ran lie hall. 

The Homo Kconomlcs commlt- 
U'o chairmnn reported a not 
prorit of Sflfl.71 from tho refremi- 
incilt ctmicl at Uie I. T. Crma 
untKjue nalo. 

Tho lucturs program Included 
u reading "Tho Orlitin of Fa- 
ther's Day," by Mr. Klmo FouU; 
"What Is a Father?" by Mrs. J. 
II. Bhurp; un eimay on Man, by 
Mrs. liryun Plott, "'lliln 'n That," 
l>y Mrs. Idmur Dojuiott; "A Pray- 
er for Our Men," by Mrs, C. M. 
Oilove, chaplain, and a cliwbiB 
tiiotigltt on "PDitrollu of areat 
Men" by Mm. Tom Haral. 

Tho next meeting will bo held 
July H at the OrunRe hall. 

Jerome Girls 
Studying in Utah 

JEROMH, June 3(1— Mrs. Thol- 
inn T)iomj>Hon accompanied her 
diuiiilitcr, Nola Thompiwin, and 
Kathleen Blmnouii, duiiuhter of 
Mrs. Fred Slonions, to Salt Lake 
City for tho National ANiuclutlmt 
of Dance Connor vutolro at the 
Newlunwe hotel. 

Mliiti Tliompiion Is rntlstered 
for teacher's cLauicn In ballet, tap. 
Jaw. and children's work ami 
Mlsii Blcmonit Ui enrolled ft» an 
iidviinced student In lap and 
modern Juia. 

Saturday aftornoon * student 
revue uml a teacher show will 
bo hold and uwards given. 
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
~ Nb'i'Yi'i; ok wiirr o> 

ATTAOIMKNT 
Civil Kit. HUH* 

'kvunVh ji'iiiciai. nmruin 

( ■ TIIF. H'l'ATK (»K H>Aim. N 
• a NO 1-(H( TWIN TAIJJJ COIJWi V. 
l> 4 V, I'llNCKKTlC CO., * 

n»""Umi, l-lMdulff, 

WAVNK CAIlNHV,*' ^ ( , 

Nolle U Ur»W ulvuit th»( mi Jim* 
..ltd, M*. " w <" »' ■Htwli'V'"* w *" 
luiix.1 mil "f U" *l'"V* wiilidwl fttjiri 
|,i tlx »l»iv« •iillllml Mellon. «U«fl>li'U 
itlDimlty nt U»" nlmvii li»l'l"'l 
n.li. I f.ir Hi- H.nai.w 

K iwi, »t >-i« »' » i'- r , '*" t 

T^'^VITNWiH WW Kit W)^. 1 l;» v f 

.i„iinLi M-i hi v imiiii «»'! tiif 
iiiid chilli iiiu 'I-* 1 J 111 "*- 1, " u> 

"" II. A. I.ANCAHTKJi. „ , 

ut.nk »t ii>« nuiiim (-'"it;;- 
pubi Jua« n.-u. a«. an, uu, July l. 

IUII4. , . , 



Need More Cash? Get It Today . . .The Want Ad 



- Use These Phone 
Numbers~FREE"~ 

No matter where yoa 1It« 
In thrue xreatt, yoO ran 
how telephone the Tlmw- 
New* rr*>«j a! rharse. 

If you live in m»l 
Buhl. Custfe ford...... 643 -4(J*» 

Wendell, OiHidlng, 
Ilagenuu'n, 

Jerome , B30-3M5 

Flier, Holllster - ' 
tinge run n, 

Jackpot 326-6315 

Burloy, Itupert, , 
Declo. Paul, 

Norland _.: in 8 -255 3 



Classified Directory 

ANNOUNCEMENTS.- . 

Classlfi cation l uiroiigh 15 

EMH.OVMENT 
Clwislflciitir.n in tliroygh 24 

FINANCIAL 

Claiwificalion ao through 38 

SCIIOOOI.H^INHTItUCrriON 
Classification 40 through 40 

HEAL EKTATE 

ClnAslncutlon 50' through 02 

MiNTAIJf 
Classification 70 through B8 

a r.u i cin.TmtE 
Ola&sl fixation no through 08 

LIVESTOCK 
Clo-tslflcatlon 10U throuBh llfl 

Classification 1U0 through 160 

AIKCIIAIT AND tlOAI'S 

Cbiaidflcation 105 through 173 

AUTOMOTIVE 

Clq-nslfl cation ltio Uirongh 200 



toit and Fou nd 

UIHTi y.nulUh l-i.lm.i, | ir „w„ a , 
will!,,, II yput* I'l.J. r«ni»l-. CmiUr 

V.iUU* Jiowanl, lU.ulu 1, llkim.ii. < 



T^Jlt'l I I'rMCHiHitiii >Urk u l.u M |, 
ml li>|> i,t mr ullh aT llr.nn 
Jt»»luJO''«, Jllllr I'flli, Fliulrr 111; 

tiftl W./ i: n i t MM It I- II .... it* . ra . 



l.llhll lllurk Cm* I* '1 
, hi lit* muuUi ul Curry 
■•ml r,.w.i,l. 7aa-7l)27 




mi 


ReiorU 8 


KhlDKitlll Uk« l*.-lu« 
r«>t*rv»tliiiii — ralij in, 
Unlt.'f m^la. MHrh» 
lm-.].. Willi lU.lfl.li 
IiUlm. 


I-uW, ill. 




HOLIDAY Mi.tul, uh.Id 
ment, Mr. unit Mm. 
rw-rvillu.i., i.Ii.i.i- 

:nbi. 


Ketrlim.i 


\'*r 

71!ll. 


l.Akl'j AI.HillAH U..lu 


niiw urn* 

>l IllftH, |l 


lliiK 



uin.il. F..r iiiriirni»tli>li, call lU-UM, 
tUm.l.y, IiUhu. 



Pdr«on«ls-Spoclil Notlcea 9 

nOAItD AND ROOM 

ini-'naoNALrzicD caric 

OF CONVALESCENTS 
III an Hltrartlvd iirlvula liiini* 
)tv l(.'uiHl*ri.1 Nurua 
(Artlva ll> NiiiiIiiu) 
. Yar,l, I'atl", Hum. Ciukul M<*U 
lllicrinl Dlrll 

UK A 



luiiuoi. It liiiur lUlldlliU uervl. 
Hutix rraionabl* •ml c'liiijiuii^Ji 
I.iii-.Ud Norlli i>r llimiillal «n Filar 
Avnin, Vl.lt4»m wulri.m... 7:i:l-UD:in. 
J-AI-MIJiTRY lUailluu. i>iut. intauTa 
anil l\ttiiia. Any illfl Icultltij ymi liava 
aha will Ci.rtwt. Upan 7 iIb) 
wunV. Ijii-»t«(l i02 CaiHar til 

l'O'-ltlKlll 



Hel p WanHd^rrniU 1 8 

l,.r(lv.., par...!,.!.!.. Tf-«p«i-Unc- ma 
""-•It. Api.lyi Ka.iphlr* l-iimti,, 
= •* I'.ni; 

Tll-UtifY i> ( ..i.t- .. 

— a «'" ^ ' n f *- TlJ.JH4a. 

H*lp W*nted~M.I-~ 



WANTED!! ' 

Service' Btatlon 
Attendantj .. | 

CONTACT: 

Jim Hobiunon 

CACTUS PETE'S 

Jacll-t JsJ^v.Ja 



WAMTKI): 

Yiiiniir nian. »j* ■<l~iUI, u* flalil r*p- 

■ #»lilallv* With rillllro With K<""l 
ail.alicani-iit l«»4HiHlll«. Ki liitfa 
txii#ril* liirliliilnu |>ii Id vai-Blhui, 
kinli* plan, (dn.t.nf* Wllr*m..il 
Iilati, h>allh aii.l .ri-lilriil li.lnl- 

■ nr.. Car fimili.h-.l. 'HiU i-i.nf. 
HMNl I..' ■ hluh art I Hio'lOX*. 

■ Ihiv* .v.t.u. Inlr'tlln^.f.. n,«l 

■ |il>* a illiU a.li.1 rU.ii, wllh ahlllty 
In lit*-l Iht I'll It) tr, 

ll.l.ty tfiiiMna ihuiik, lli>^ 11-11, 
Tiin»*-Naw», 



SKAUS NEKDS 

A DllAPEHY KABUICATOll 

■ II ii. I )«. #i t '*rl»nr^l. 

* Mini hava apan* al«l Minlpmant 

avallahla U> w.irk hi your own 

horn*. 

APPLY IN PlSimON: - 
ii^Aioi, itot:mir.K « co. 

•Ill Wrat MhIh 



VtlKNITUIlK KAI.UIMAN — Auur.< 

■ Iv*. *ni>arl*iirr,l mall (it trav* 

• llniilh liU In., dmllli. 



tall. 



1) II < 



rafat 



\VAfJ'l ! Kl> I Ma.li 

car, lawn car* an.l Ji.l.a. Will 

/iirili'li Biiai'ltnaiiL Mini all Hill- 

(ll«; No .IrluUra i>Um**. I'hona Ti3- 

am. 



:<Ullt Watk.na unit* .v.ILM* 
Mlul.lnha Ci.Ulity. |U7.R0 W-.lt 
n t i. Hon 10U7, Twin Valla, Ut 



Firn.iiiniiikJiiH i;o. 



Halp— Male fend Female 30 



CACTUS PETE'S 

The Vim S[)ot 

South of tho Border" 

HAS OPENINGS FOR: 

COCKTAIL WAi*rninsSE3 
CASHIERS 

WArrriEssKa 

CIIANQE GIRLS 
JANlTOn 

Good v/agen, linnpltull/jitlon, 
paid vacationi. 

CONTACT: Mr. McKcnn 
Cnctuii Pet(!;i 
Jackpot, Ncviulit 



TIHKD PAYCHECK? 7 
Maulo Valla/ man ami wuio.n 
HiaUa that antra liionsy >nil li*«l 
Hjiara tlm*. Natliinal riimpaiiy 
uuruinit lueallr lot <>vrr It yuaia. 
Writ* l'.O. 1I..X- 1U7U. 



I NEED lUCUMI 
Two man ami 3 wnmoii, wi. 
own hmira. fl.M imr lnwr ai 
J^r.l. AUi' Kponliiuu, Huh), J' 
llliimlioiia ami W.ml.ll.- 1'limi 
ur.ft;i. 



f/AN'V Mini htnilbdlcr Cullaua »l»'laiit. 
InlartaUil In ■avliitf mruiay fur »r)nml 
to ill r.fo wurk. Ilnaril anil rix'ir 
fiirnUlirii. Cmitacl! Mr. anil Mm 
JacU J>ilt, 1'JHO U.rldlaii Hunt, Uu 

lm 1 1, i.i.'i-utva. 



Farm Work Wanted 



23 



I'lllVA'iit, ijulucllvwl invwtt lua till ll< 
illvutL-u caabt, aocrat raporla. tilrklb 
cinitliliiiillal. Anytllii*. allywht-rt'. 
l-'uniior imlka ultlar, imt « crailll 



mXhtkR Uuiuctlvs: liiiei'iiailiniul 
norvlro. Any luvtutltfatlmia. Itailli) 
Mliilppail car*, WurMwlita rapraian- 
(allviu. All coiifjiiniKial. 7;U-lHi3I 



tlii* day, Juno 117, 1UIU. I.uckv "7" 
Clnh. Umil h_ Ja clniit. Up 

VllNli HAiaiHli urmiiwt ^r.i II.U 
auay to »«ll, fast limvliiu, 



ClllltDrUACl'IC iifiva Hiiuclallat! Dr. 
Alma Hanllii. 1A7 Ninth Waulilnu- 



lil'KNCKlt Hi.litll. r.Kl.Ur*.! f| u i 
cim.iill.iit ; I,y*la (ianlliar, 11(11 7th 
AVDiiur Nnrlli. llnw mi vara! Inn 



iul.l.KH II K 1 1 III l" iiiup-, c...niutlc« ami 
rliitiiikala n« ilia /lliejl. Fur aarvica, 

I -all l. arry llri.w.. r , TIP-BUM. 

(^NTI.KMaTJ . wUha^ 1^ mral UnV 
"-Mi yn»i4 <>lil. Wriia Uvic 1U-1I 

'1'llllM-N 



Al.l'OlUJUU AmniyiniiilH. l-'..r (iirllli 
Infin iimlliin, l.lnxia' 7a:i-l^Uu o 
AVdiiiI«I1. llfi-2112. 



Traru porl ation-Car Poot« tO 



CAlt I.KAVlHli fur (lalilaii.l, (ia 
iila, an.uml Jnlv Ul. will talia B 
ariiuara, 7:l.1-'J170. 



Boau l y Salont 



15 



iii'Ki;iAi. %r> . 

Mary tlnurali, UliU.wn lluaiil^ 

3 ii tf titrrat lOunl. aciA.ua 
lllarliara. Krce cimlomcr p. 
1!t:i-<M0. llllth llinwn, nparadu 



tlAlltClirCINIi, hair atyllny. tintliiif, 
iVitiiamiiita /timi III. ArtJallo lUmulv 



:()M1'I,KTK llnaiily iurvlc- l,y ml. 
vailrnl alilili'iita at rmlliroil |irii:t<a. 
I'rimaiiaiila, llaaiily Art. Arnl 

rim-, i:ir. Main Waul, plinim 7M-f.ni'J. 



Baby SlHort-Chlld Care 16 

nKI'l.NltAlll.K rhltil rara l>y ilay 



Employ men! Aponclen i7 



JOII (li'KNINliU at "IVi annual 
nf Maulo Vallry," 'Si<i liln.i' 
. I'hnn- 7,IJ.f.MI-i. 



Hol p Wanled-Fomale IB 



A^(T>J rallliiKl Ham anLia iin-n.'y "d 
a ii in in w nacila v*(irnuiillnK IIim 
wnr|,l'a laruf.l rn-niallr rnaiiiaiiv. 
V.ir Inlervlaw, call 7U!1-7ilS nr will* 
1'hvllln MrliKmr, A vnn DUtrlM 
Maliaut'l-. Ili'lila M. Hlinharlf. 



N>:>-;1) twn pail lima Imlliv Ji> Intmil- 
lm-ai Imiunhnltl aarvlr^ In llm.arl 
aiua. llani avatau^ II .BC lunir anil 
ii|i. Wtltw linn 101*7, Twin KalN, fur 
paraniial liil-ryl»w. 



. Dial 7;lU.8Rf,l. 



FOR FAST 
UFSULTSr. 
THY A WANT AD 



CUSTOM 
HAY CHOPPING 

Lea and Duan«'« 
Custom Inarming 
Viler 



Work Wanted 



-BOTO-'ni.LINO- 



Kciureth L. Davln 

'*"M 11th Avan u. K..I T»."IU0 
WOKk WANTMI iTTllaaal tlllrk ililv 



i. mill nih 
A„. ■■■■ 

'ifiBh lit 



SKI- I'll' t^nk 



. V'ui—irn.a in— • 

n.iili..! jil.t rail U. 
ijlal TIS.l'jnil. 



Buslnais Opporlunltlei ' 30 



■TUADK YOUR FARM! 



Unit nr ranrh p<u| y.'T)i,v 

tiiaklnu U'n.'l liu'iiay I. nl want 
rhanua. ll»a na ti.ilay fur lha 



THE LAND OFFICE 
OF IDAHO ' 

43« Main Ava. N. Y1J-D7II 
Uav* I, n|i, Hrokar 



FItONTIICn— Truck Stop 

Tnirli H(„|, .n,| Whi.l-.ill. rarlllil.'4 
111 Twin Fill. fur. laaaa. Hwy :ill 
li.fBtlnn, Ciuul trallnnal*. I'ulaiillal 
U urnal fnr an Itiillvliinal who 
ilaaliaa alwiva avaiaifa Inrinil*. 

Contact; Mr. Kerr 
733-3U0 



v»y HEELING 
Bervicfi ntatlou for loanii. dood 
location. Kluh tiulloiuigo. 
Soino ihmticlng. 

CONTACT: MR, KKRU 
733-3140 



BiKjjncwi OpporhuiJIy 

M.Jur Oil i:>nii|>aiiy nff.ra ymi Hi. 



Call 733-7311 
for dotalU 



»;KCKI.M-:NT llmlnaaJ Opinirtniilty 
f.ir .nine. ui* with 1211, HUD tn Invent. 
Tlila Iin.(nr4a U ilinwlnir urnul ra. 
turn ami ancallnit i>ii">l>cct f»r 
fiKuru. 

CI JINK LAHHEN SALKH CO. 

Cliff 1'alai'iiiii, :iU4-ni)1^, Twin Kalll 
Ta.l-IHIOH ; Umiillni/ HJ 1-1,17 I 



KK.l.hTMAN UIOAI.TOllll 



(H'.NlCltAI, adilu III uoiul li.catlmi, ili>- 
Inir uixxl Inialiiauii, with living diiir- 
Inm. -.1 lluoiii llolal unn.l li.i.U.ni, 
l.ii.ln.4*. Hit llvlnu miailar. 
ami : laiua utora ranlala. Will run 
aider ttmla. Jlw II* fur iirtrt am 
tarina on thua Ivvn (III* Iiiwlna-U'tai 
Unnillii it 11. a lly. UH-l'j;i l. 

TM?UT~"KAI.Lli |- M |aiiraiil- 



ly|i- wl.l. 

,. „ ... . .1 maruln. 

M.al fur limliaiul anil wlfla wllh 
11 II Hill I Id! pnUllllll. faiioii.ou t ' 
Will hamlla. ll»> Ull, c/o Tin 
Naw 



HKV'KtJ UNIT Mi.lal tilna llvlnu U*'"- 
Lara Ir.cala.l ml Jlluhway 111 vary 
■lira muuiilalii town. 12r,,()u0, 1T.0IU1 
ilnwn. Ivarmni llualiy, CiiiiiUni/, 
M3l-t .1 B 4. 

aiun:t;uY tium*, i.ia »(at|. m , a t. fl .( 

nu„» miulurn hnma lnrala.1 mi llluti 
Way »l). A roul iimul family lunlnrsa 
• Itralty? .Hj « -< 'I HH . [\2i-WI. 



iiAitnwAiii'i iimm: in huutifiii iu- 

Barman Vall.y. 1' I lull honia ailjnln. 
Inn fUhlna liart.U.*. Ac* ll-jlty, 



WAMTKU i Ciiutmii awatlilnu, hay hal- 
Iiiu ami alacklntf. Nuw win I inn »n t. 
]|i>dal»n awallirr, Now UnllaiiJ lialar. 
Work uuaraiitrml. I'lnma Havs Ham. 
Wrtiilvll. f.UII-ZUTU 



Cdti THM .huy liallnu- .Korllialila. Hi 
JInlUiul lialar, Kid mialily Iwli 
<;all l-'iank or C-orK. llaar, IZl-blUU 

" i-t'Vl'l. J' 



WaMIKI) hay Ullii V i llwallilnu liay 
wllh erlmiiar, fJ.o u*ai awalhail~aml 
tliinahatl. I.«>f«rU IVIrow, Ji<i-1HU7, 
Filar 



rjlf-'i'i'UM awaliiliiir, hay ami pea* 
I'ln.iio ltay Hamhy, a'ia-M'J!, Klin- 
harly. 



1IAV tiTAUUlHfr— N. II. Harrow U. 
Miihla lltarkinaalar. Jim I.lllll.rlilu. 
1'liona Taa-HHEJ nr 73U-B104. 



WANTl-:i)l All typo* uf Diiatiim farm- 
i ii tf. luillnui awullilnu. lliuiul I rutin r, 
U-hiillinii, J-way |ili.w. 7Mn-llUl. 



Cllli l UM wiru liallnv, |ir ptly ami 

aallafHclnrlly <lmia ' 

iiao-iBsr., viii 



HWAT)/liJ<; ami halliiu hay; al." hi 
tiucLu lu #U(Ji, if ukuM. l'huiia 

7as-t.0Bl. 



CON'l'llACT hay IihiiIIiiu - .Ui-Wnu 
Hay iHiUtfht. UtKllrTcU, lUlltvui 
Malm. Ho. l'lmii* TUH-gahl. 

C UliTOM awuthinu, lialln'jl liaulliitf 
ami alarklnu. K.ljiar ll.ll.nl. 1" 
' Avinnii', iihiina 7a;i-"Slo. 



llAV vtacklnu' wuiit«<l. Will _ 

whara. Call VU MayaVM, SUI-lDOl 
nr BJI-aUUJ, J'rniii.. 

CUHrOM haV uturklnu un Hutllul.l*. 
trnrk anil Inailuia. Arlliur l'alatiioii, 
tilimia t,;uWll.;\, Wcmlall. 



WANTl^Di Hay liaulliitf ami aUrklinr. 
Harry Whllu. Call JJt-4Jfl», l-'llar, 
aflrr (1 |.,lii. 



UllliTUM hay Hwathlnu wllh rilmnui 
Alao hay halllnu. 1'tinna UJ-l'iUJ. V 
lliiaiLo. 



1 1 A V IIAI.INH wanla.l, ialUlarlli.il 
linaraiilecil. Hlilun Warlliau. ti Jfi-Jdno, 



WAN'I'lCin i:iialmn hay •Urhlnu, i 
whrra In Ilia VulUy. l'h.ui- Han 

I'NIinu, T .13-1 BUD, afiar H t> tu 



tTlTTlTOM hay atarLlnu waiil.nl. I'lun 



tJTTirniM Uy U|l,i U . i-lum. Jna lllalr 

.ii>ri<iiit>. :i-J4-hbu. 

nA"Y~iul . i Mc iV cali' VKiTT-^C 
w.iiil.ll n:in.'juu7. 



Work Wanted 



24 



KkT MH H<.K Hll vim r inn. fnr V"« 
_' W |>I1 P y im varaU„,i. 1-hmi^ 7:(!l-7 B»j; 
Al.rKltA'llONll ami k.wIiik- JIB Uaf 
H.i.n^.il- lih niia 7J3-.1ISI1. 

"ifon) 'iTlTONdi Voni traator nioiinJ- 
.d tula tlll-r. Dlok P.ml.r, in-iiU. 



iilX aim run im ta iiluu (if flea raniui. 
l^in m* tfma tanaiiU. lllniwa hltfh r»< 
turn. Ara llcally. 73J-f.JI7 - 



TRlHl.Mi-; iirnimrtyi li«vun 2-lmilr 
anarlniPiila, In Irk mnmiirtinii. 
II. nt rnmllllini. (iwiiar. 71IJ.7T4B. 



koiiJHHIDi: Wrirkinir Vanl, hy 
• r. ltaaini) — litallli. Hnma tr»iU» t 
> III r mil, l'hima Jaroma nj|-47U1. 



UV DWNKlt : lm 
ly iiatlini/ »v 
l.v.nnn i 



uSiTi,i, 

Koil 12-11, Tlniaa-No> 



luniwMy iirai^ 
il'jal 7;t;i-00HK. 



Invaatmonhi 31 

IlKAI, KhiXll-; (i.ciirltUa CuriMiral 
will imicliaia liiiallfia-l cmitiarla ... . . 
- - <I IDI L, Wrlla Hun 14-10, «/o 



Tim 



i-N.i 



Imuranoe 



33 



UK HAVi; i|>ail«l low ral M on t. 

lira fur yuniiu rnarrUil run ill* 
IliiUraon Aiiiiiny, 7B)-HHBf.. 



Mone y Wanlad 



WOULD Ilk* In lH>rr.iw monny 

lanu or ahi'lt (arm l.aaia, Will pay 
7';. Internal, «mul cullalor.!. Kxral- 
U-nt'rreJit rallnu. I'lmn. lillai, Iila. 
lut U2-UU. 



Homav For Sale 



UOOM TO UOAM 

Juit llul.d an lilial family Imnii. 
I.arua IIvIiik ruiit.i (flr.plai-a) 
lillulilJ.ini hy Mil tilrllira ulmliiw, 
ut.|i-auv«r kllrliaii, 4 htilriuniii, 
■2 li.tliN, iian.Uil family mini hat 
il. own flr«!>laca. l-.w (iu i „ll 
l.nal. Ulnu ali«l .hrtihla uarau*. 
* '!>».• in* n (. iiiun»nui»t« rniiifl- 
tl.ni In. III. ami out. All ll|U m> a 
I Oil i UU & lut. Vimr family will hav« 
tha l.aat (nr only IUj.BOO, wllh 

JOHN J. WOLFE 

llralllir. 

SOS I ml 111. V.ml 7J1-1B1B 
Mmnhar Mnllliila Matin* 



417 7th AVKNUU NOUTU 
I.aru* family hi.ma I 4 Ivilronnu, 
't halh., living [.mm J 1 1.3 4, full 

I. aaainaiil, nuw fnriiara, uarau*. 
Tallin Ilka rant. |)0,U(l(l. 

MUST TIMlfl > 
V:varvlhln|/ riyht lit Ihia | U.L 
i-n.,1,1 In 1,-1, J hallia, illnlnu mom, 
liii<ukfu«t iinok. main fhu.r ullllly, 
'i flratilarD, full l.aaamuiil, galaua, 

II. w h.f.llnll. 1'tlf* fiu.iiua. 

KEAL ESTATE 
SERVICE 

1H0 Ulna I-iIjm Narlli 113.1411 
Kail Kiaamali, laj-lSit 
D.in Mill. ill, 7S1-IUUB 



Cdl)!, TWli b*ll.»ii.i U..n uu K.I la 
Avi-mio with full ii».-..t.iit. TkU 
In. ma la In UifMllim, away frmn 

rlly Ini.l, mi laiua lot ami wllh In I. 
f all ail. tlM*. JjiW _iluwit iiKynkaiil. 



I'Wd UKinmilBi aiillt-laval, •J-y..i-- l ,l.i. 
llhi-li i-aliliiala, t,iilll-iii ovaii-raiiaP, 
liaui-iiiriil, ualaua, (aiK^il. Ull] DulMar 
Clrda. 7Jl.t.3iiH«. 



llV OWNKWl U i.-.m InmUui hoUaa 
lnrata.1 III Allan l'.rb aivi.lun." I'ri f «l 
rlghl for iiulnk aaja. l'hona laa-MOlO. 



Homes For Sale 



6t and OTUICIta tiuva 

I*n,l an r.r lu "(>!■ llnrl. rV.nl" 



flun... inn, 
.. I'.S A li'nn. 
...l.»l U • w>»»l 



t r»^._aiiiy miy. 

. Mi.n.h 1 - .1 t; .,l, , 

kllrlii-n »llh l.nili.l 



II 4,1100 — B l>..ltonm linin.. flr- 
1,1. r-, kl[, i.llS, |.|,„|y „l 

l.nlll-lii. anil (nlair ay^tnn 

Ilil.iUulniMt. 

MOUNTAIN STATES 
UEAI/l'Y 

4J» Main Av.nu. Nmlh 
■IVIn Fall-. Iil.li,. 
ri.nk >;. II-". It,. Ili.iUr 713-M1T* 

(lirar Monlk, iui>4m*n t;ij-hi;i7 



' 1'UtCED LKSil THAN 
$111,000 

NKAIIl.V NKW 'it IIKll'linOMi 
Cartiut. I.ulll-ln nvrn ami r.nu., 
lllrrh Lltrliaii )<[,Uli '1 in,.,. l..-,l- 

U..Nii.lil I'l.lltl .-ar|H..l r 

)>alln, f-nrcl J.r.l, Mnmlnualil. 

lirhonl DlMlrlrt. 



UKnitOOMili 



lat illuliiK 



fiEM STATE REALTY 

Ulna l.ak.a No. 7:iH-f.i:ill 

It. (1. Mi'.i»<<i.mlih 7.i».»n.i!i 
Jin. M^.-.iimllli, J.r.im. .'I'JI-BUH 
J. W. Mf--ri BM illli. llrnkar 7,i;i.lLlil 
Miimhar Mnlllula l.Utln* 



HUY NOW 
mul 8 AVE I, 
|S, BOO l 1 lli;ni(OUM (r.m. Imma 
In I'llnr. 

ID.SnOi 2 t'MAI.I. Iiiiiiim on % of 
ail ana; 1 - II l.u.lrnolil, 
1 • I ha.lnmm. 

I1D.D0Q! VKHY NICK 11111111 I b*<l- 

riinm homii, ancallant li>- 
rall.in. 

113.(1(101 .1 ItKDltOnXf hnma on 4 

LYNWOOD 
REALTY 

410 Ulna UU lilvil. Nn. i;i3-U:U 
J i.lin IU.Iio|>, It-.lti.r 
J.inr* llaiinar, j:i J-U J40 
Mamliar MulLlnla l.latllik 



Mcplmm Apfcncy 

733-2033 
HANHKM ACIU'.AIIK — I arraa 
wllh vary dean utlrurllva S In>.|. 
Iimm In. m*. All I* iia.lura -wllh 
a-iuij f*»ir*. . , J»vnral varjallaa »/ 
fmlt tiaaa. ('Iinlr* rnvlroiiiiiant In 
r.U. Illlla hnya. l'rka.l fnr (m- 
inn.llata aala. 

CI.dllK TO lIllOl'l'INd Cl'NTKlt 
— Culu S li.ili-uim liniii. with tl- 
tarha.l uaru B .. I.ovaly uarilan anil 

~lu.il. nr -i.. ( i.-ii u '.-.r"Aii-i,i«r)i(.m. 

fnr (Iramma ami (lraml|ia, tlnrla 
John anil Aunt Martha ami Ultlai 



Jlrucfi Medium 1U3-K457 
Illulr OHterho\it 733-li04!i 



amcKNwooo duivk 

I. S Ixili.Kim, I', li.tlm, full flu- 
Iiiha.l hivuiiiiiiit, Uiu» lovuly r*il- 
• wiio,| fun rcl yai.l wllh |i.tli>. 

I. " li.il.num, 1'!, hat In, larua 
kltrlnm, lamily nmni, full haul 
mailt, iliiiilila uur.ua. 

Call fnr B|i[inliitiH*iit miw tn "ta 

lluia hiiaulifill homaa. 

Lloyd nonwusoN 

AGENCY 

137 fllm'h.inv N.ulli TUa-HH'B 
Not Mu mh.tr Multliila 



VltlRY NIC15 
OMpr 1 hailrnnni hmno Incala.l nit 
7lh .'llivat I'lu.i. Chop- Iii, nuw nar- 
liullnu, illanra, vh.-i'lldil H|iiillancaa, 
lin.liuO, Taima avullahlu. 

3-UKDnOOM 
Inratoi! at Mill Jul Avanlla Wait. 
Kx coll. 11 1 tnmlitl.in ln.l.l. >n,l out, 
|H,iUll. Tarma avallahla. 

HACKNEY AGENCY 

7;iJ-16fiU .'ill iihiidliolla 1'*, 

Kv.iiIiiu. call 



liy Owner 
3-BED110OM BRICK 

Ha mm, 'flr.|ilur«, ranut ami 
ilrapaa, rnni|i|ala new l.alnt, Bm»l 
Isiiiii. Over l'jr,il ainiar* fall. lOUfi 
Nurlh l.lnrnln nr iilimia 73.1-66 J(!. 
Alan imall liuiua, llunth iiarU. f'O 
ilown, S-tU immth. 



FOR SALE 
Car) May nl. Hnma ' 

1UU1 Itnrian llilvu 
aiiimliilmcr I rail 7 a IS -mm 



I I lay hll 
unit ilrlv. 



TII1U;K hnlroom al UQ W. 
I.allia llvlnu mum, In 

wllh rrcHalimi Iimm, c< 

tv»y, imulw.uul /l.wra, 0 year* uhl, 
nawiy lUroratail. |r,UQ tntal ilown 
liayinunl 11 11 J-'IIA. linmmllnl. iio.- 
.[^al.in. Ill,HriO. Maulo Vallay 11. ally, 
i;<:i-B'flll. 



Dili. I, )[( J1JH1 : 1 l-U.-sllcnl II luh tlrhonl 
l.n-all.in, t Ih<.IuhiIIiu.. full liiui-liiu.U 
wllh (amlly (omn ami :ir.l lia.lin.im. 
K.clUl.l cnmlllimi. llJ.ur.O Will 
novar hiiy any iiinrr. Krai euuy tnrnn. 
Twin KulU Iti-ally h liiam alica, TAX- 
Jlil.i. 



WHY I'A V MOItm Hhani !l hi'ilmiini 
li.iliia for only |IU.HI>U. tl|iariom 
WanlioW clnaola, liur.lwnnil fl.mr., 
I.aaiiiianl, Hal III *lnl ' faiirr.l yanl. 
l),in 'I, wait rail llumlatl lUally, 7311' 
41)70. „_^^_____ 



iiAOliiFU;^ for Inuns.llal* aalai 
yvar-nlil Inn,,.. Thru ha.lrnntiia (11 
[11 full haiamant 1, Jiuar iiark a 
■ch.u.l. 19.2UU, I'hnna 7SJ-1EUI 



NKW. J u* I rm.uiM.Ui II iNnliomn, 'i 

lialll, full luiaamviil, uniihla U*I"U^'. 
rariial, 'J flranlacM, Inilll-ln r.llu*. 

Ton l,,f*U To|i vatua at |JJ,JiO 

y»l.!lJiian Krallura TJ)-)UVM, 



TIlltKK l-.lnmn. ( laiifa kllol 
full haaanii-nl. Vrlr'1 fnr In 
•a l» «l 1IU.B0II. Mfrhaui 
)lrm-« Uu.'liam, 7a3-20'JJ, hnlll 
7:i:i -f.4BT. 

riiWHi^ 



liliuu 



lit! Wa . hava « 11 

...w hnma with birch 

iluhrii Ju.l fur y mil -Call 11 it (<><lay, 
Uuunlalii lilal.a Itcalty, 73a-BU74, 
(trail UMllhawa. aal.'iuail. 

iVv tiwTJvrit 



U.v.4y Ihvua 1h.Ii- 
I'ailUI haa.iiiDiil. lariia h'l 
With mid .ijn.l'. fa.l, naar lli'W JUn 
(or Jlltfl.. I'lltt.l raiiouahly. HMtfU 
UJft Nnrll. lli.fk.il. 7HM-JI'.:m. 



IIIIH'rT^I l"-iln 1 llaar Waahliikflmi 

Ih'liool. I.a<ua raiiwlail mr-daffhi 
llvlnu tn..iii. UrtvUcj, 1 halh), 
hlllll-lni, family mom, uaraua. Out- 
illlltf valui.. Ara ll.ially. VJ:i-tJI7. 



-IVK XllHIK IN '114. Whathar huyl . 
nr aalllnif lat (Imma Haiiuy al Twin 
Fa I la Itcally Jk luaiiraiirtf .nlva yuur 
imtlaliia- lirnhUma. Hl-llliH. I^u'k fur 
U« In lha Y-llow V.u... 



KXCKI.l.KNT |nva«tiiiaiit pioiuity ur 
wnmh-rful family hnma. Cl.»a-ln, I 
IkhIiiu.iii, faiii'i'il, |alulaca|i»I. 1'wrfai'l 
lalli 11 in 11 nt. Kuua, ilia|ii'rf, fin nihil #, 
IMUMJ. TUil-'Jlm i. . 



1'huua 7Ul-aUl4a 



_ tiami 

anulii of Jluanllal 



Homoi For Sale 



TWIN FAMA 
I-n.ly S.U,l.. Him t.rlrh In north- 

w Hi luralloil. Alt.i'l,»l IIIIII, 
.in-ll rinM.fl h.. r .,i.nl, (ll.pl.r.. 
h.r.lwo.,.1 r. mant ilrlva >nrl 

1'atlo. Ilf..r,i|il wllh Ui.'.'l lanna. 

KIMIUCltliY 

Haarly uav I U.h.W.i a|illt Uval, 
2,\»n\ .,,.1.1. f.,.| fl.uir .|.. r ,, t.ulll- 
ln .,,|il1.nr«. (iLi.l.r.. 1 hatha. 
OuUtamllnv hnma, |JB, 111)1). 

r.t.n 



ru.ii : i,.i.in- 

N-w|y T.,[».-..r. 



. TAYLOtl AGENCY 

Kh.ih.rly 411-filNt 
Kvaulniia 

linn T-vl'T 43^-KIOl 
y'rank llnr-li ' iJU-AilKO - 

Uamhar nf Mullii.la 



FOR RALE 
■7-YEAU-OLn HOME 

Wllh '1 lia.lr.Him'. I'-rll.l 1,..tmaiit, 
lam* llvlnu l.xiiu wllh wall In wall 
rart'rl alul ill.iw, uulia lar<a 
l.iaul.r l..-,!. ,1.1111. lUa Ullllly nmrri 

• ml a.|.arala uaraifa, Kntn. 1* lk-aii- 
-llfullv Uu,Uva|ia.l, lha I'alnt U lit 

• >c..||aiit romlilioii, h.Hh lllat.la 
Mini UU(. 

A(llt|(i:ilf( 1 flnn Ka.H.n.f [lr(v-l 

I'HICKt lli.7f.(l; IM1WH l'AY- 

MKN'l l mil wllh HIA Uall. Call 
T.'ia-^HUl, ilaya ; 7,ll.hl,lf), .v.ulnu* 
ami llunilava for liif.irm.lhiii. 



BRAND NEW 
SUBURBAN HOME 

Hontly to Mova into 

K li.ilrm,m,^llvliitf nvim, «art >> (* , l. 
2 hatha, kllcU.n, family r.min with 
fliaiilara. \*<U* ullllly 



wllh liarU<|ii* grill. U<it »lu 
I'JIii^fll)', llrlck ami iticV a.larlor, 

I'hona 733-1101 



i.aruuu, aiiaii»«i i.aiio, raipaiati. 
yilA l.rni. II7B". down, 1UT.' 
m.iiillll '4 ACIIK, hark In naatuia 

wiih « 1,1 1, 1 a itiamoOM liuiuic 

hum-. Villi liaiamaiit, 11 firaularM, 
uaraua. Na.ila ■a.larnrallnH hul ll'a 
a ti.iu.ln at !1H,U(><>, 

FELDTMAN REALTORS 

U7B Vll.r Ava. HB-ltlHS 
M.nliar Mullliil. I.Utlnat 



,TUST_ElNISni3D_ 

llilANll Nr:W--l larua h*li,»im."— 
2 hulliloiima-; flraflaraa. Mnak 
haaiitlful lluhl (l"Uii«. In town — 
lnurroui ihi.iUuhuut — puahhutton 
-l.flik.l ayulam — cniHtilala WhI- 
liiuhuima tilth. 11 — Watmit fahluati 
ami ii.mllnu — Mail.. oai|iatlii)f — 
•lilt) auuara faal of llvlnu a[iaaa. • 

HOD OVEUVIKLD 
CUSTOM JIOMKH. 733-0737 



I.I. il|-Ki:lAl,l I.aru- uaarly Haw 
lilnatlnnHirirh l-h.Jri**.i-kt.»Ma^-Al-. 
t.fli.,1 uaraua, aUcallaill flm.r plan 
■ ml wurkmaualilu. tlU.BDa Inlal 1,1 If a 
Wllh only liat»la.l In cilia, til. 

lU-.l. Ar. ll.ally. T .Ill-Bin. 



llY OWHKItl Knr hala or II. lit i 

yaar o],l, thraa U.lioom. Caniata.1 llv- 
lnu niimi, allillnU donra ta fir- 
Jilaira, full haaaliianl, lula of alo 



mat llvahla l.omr, 1m, U . IIvIii 
illnlnu an.l kltrhan numhiua. 
1..I. Duiht l.avlnu alalf- 



I.LIKIKIUCS 
hnma. C. nielli 
fiiajila. 




I'oll til. . , 

liuyltiu* aiiiL-^oKlllnu, 

-1 *W. McHnharla 4b Uu. 



umil'l.t/IK llual 1-jlala H.rvlr 
Hnma* — Vaiim Arraiiraa — 11ml- 
xin* l'm|iar(y. Taylor Auaricy, . 4'4I' 

BJM11, KlmUrly. 



W J 1.1. AUCKl'T 1-t- m,-l-l plekii|> 
caiiiltar, Jaari, al«., for 12,41)1) acuity 
nil rlaan two ha.llnom In Twin V'alli 
4'all 4i:i-B3BO nr l^l-tfllll Klmlwrly. 



KUUit llrail'ttlOfcJTi; flUl.li 

nuuil, rariuirl, family room main 
flmir. V>iiunmy I L v I n aj, fraa Irrlua- 
tl.ui. Ili.onti. HH-iiBa4. 



WAN'I'KIJ l» huyl I)jm»( Ibraa 



l'INAN(j|Nli a 1' roll I am 7 Call ua fi 
Ii'rma un naw or a«Ulluu himiO' 
J.ihu J. Wolfa. Itaaltnr. T:i:t-af,IIB, 



Tl> UK MOVKDl a rtHnii r.blu with 
hath ami kllr.hallotta. |ll)0 nr llual 
nff..r. I'luiiiB 7MM.IHflH. 



1IY (>WNi:i(: Two Iwlronin, Uru 

liolml llvlnu room, aU.k.r haat, jfa- 

in. tu.tinii. 7BB-)anii. 



'I'WU llrlllltOtIM hnma, crji.te,! Ilv. 
Ilitf KH1111, haaamaiit. 130 I'll Ik ~ 

wiltr llnx Hit, Kalrhum. 

" ""^tnT 



wn.rr 

full lia.rm.nl for trail 
- Ilarnl.ru Aufiii-y, T3B-g|14. 



VI') i)KAi, 111 lual.lallllul UHlli.rty (inly. 
.Sc, Cui.lim. II. »ul ami lllll at Maulo 
Valley IliallV. T.1M-Br,lUI. 



11V OWUKIll Thraa h-liwim imi.lan 
hum. uii iwu anrea, 7U& North Waih 

i.iki,,,!. rimiiP 7n.i-Ht.ia. 



In Twin t-'ullu 

at 14il Kinilli . Ulnar l..k,-.. I'li.'iu 
:i ■• 4 -f. I i 2, J. i.imr. Mak. 11. all o(far 



WANT 1(1 TItAlJfc. yni 



lt*a|'^lala II* 



Out of Town Homei 



nurriniNaT 

In.li.ct till, llaat >nr>lairn 1 U<l- 
r.H.nt hoiua wllh ullllly ni.mi mi 
una .era hi Hauorinall Vallry. 
l'rultv yur.I In u'""l i)>luh1.,irho.i.l. 
*lll.r,U(l. 

CLYDE PETERSEN 
AGENCY 

Wamlall «]*-2D71 



TUANHfKltllKI) to Halt Lak. Cliyi 
Vimr ha.lrouiii homa, rariiata.l, avail, 
al.l. July lat un yaarlv l.tt. or tell 
lo quallfia.1 family, trin-ata.l acr.un 
from Clly iiark 1 11 J*«im«. I'li.iim 
JJ4-4UHH af'-r « 11.111. for aiuuiiuf 

JKlldMI-n'Tiy" 
full hu.amaii 



unar, b .lu.lrnnm Imm, 
U. rh.ua ill.ii.iaal, ill* I 
wanlicr, uwn an/t w.l.r. tin 11 ant 
widilu cily llnilU, naalura, rar|)nri 
ilau, ahaila ami friiil trot.. VI 



rjl.Vlh" 



Kllhii 



..Nd'iAlil:; wltlT^lliraa ha.tiu.iln mi 
Nauiiu, IK a.:r*a phu 2 acn. Inn 
h'au.i.1. 11.11 nr Itant* for Maulu Valh 
hnma or hoiiaa lo h- innva.l. lU.III 
».iully. I^.Ofin. 1). 1. <li|maa, Koul 
1, Namiia, l.lahn. 



NUW U-lwilrnmil 
kit.haii, alaclrl 
ilnwa ami <l.mn 
rity^ nmlla. I'l 



birch 
win- 

. . ... . -I' Ji»t. 

Uil-liUD, lluhl, 



N Jh,l(OMt;i V:i«hl rm 
fhviilata, (liraa hila, 
l.a.L for 1 ( . 



Twin Valid. Hi 



Timi:!; Ii.'.Iiouiii, i.i.Hl.r.l .yuaiit h« 
hnilili. In ha liiov^l. IIIKLO ta.ll, Cuu 
lnu Itvalty, ual-JJSl. 



Fairmf for Sale 



52 



aTTtllllci, ii»u(, •'!»•>, aluvl ..r daily 
ar-iVa*". A" A paatiita ami tfraln. 
Nl, d 1 bull inn, 1 h..B... I1„h1 barn, 
Vaiaua ami olhvr liulfdliitn. fll.illU, 
|7,B(IU ilnu ii. Cly.la I'.ttraan A**ncy, 
W.n.lall, tJii-^H. 



Juno 26-27, 1964 
-Twin Falls Times-New* ■ 



far mi for Sale 



PLEASURE 
Ii , y' t i,i lll uffa , r"i'| , ta 1, * r * ' 



4% mil*, 
only IIM.IK 



.mill • 



io[.| 



in an.l .. 
a.ta for horn. 



fli-B 



■ rva ha. la. No |.lmn. r.lla. plaa 

uhtkii v;xci,umvKi,Y nr i 
JEROME REALTY 

- 331-131111 
1,lon Haiulv, lliokar U4-I»ll 
a>,|lil J.nlllua, llalaaman 111-30^1 



a.10 IIKAD CATTtiE RANG! I 
Vary nlea Inn. Urn I hwliiu.m hnma,, 
3 rar iraraR., Int. i.f r.irrala, lamh K 

t!!wii." Vmlli'a " f-nr-' ah-li'"' tUhl i 
(1,^1 raii'ar- rlafht. At t>r«-nt tlm. I] 



ir.il rallla. Wa luvlla your I mint I I 
Inn of ill. Irluala.l niaa.hfwa m|| 
hta talirll."l'rlna tilnlAiM with Iwi ' 
arm*, H..I lima nff.ra.l I 

IVERSON REALTY 

uH..liuu UJI-1H. 



" 47 ACRES 

Haunrman Vallry, 11)0" I'm walai 
Thra. l,-,lriMi,i hrl.'k hum.. W.iul 
Ira.la fnr hmu> III I wln Ir'alla. 

07 ACRES 



' ACRES IP 

Ul aharra w.t.r, - Tilpa-|* 



lln 

hn .. . 
311% .l.iv 

WENDELL REALTY! 

fiUI}-'J37a 



HO ACllKtl, HO .h.raa w.t.r. Ton 

|i|oilil.!ar, mihlarit hinna 
ami nulhulMlma. W Mi- 
ll, man. 

C. LOONEY, Realtor 

117 Uhuahuiiri Morlh , 111-4M1 
>Url llariiM, Farm + lUbah HpxUllai 
lliimi l'hmia 411-1UB | 



SOD ACHl-;:i rholc* h.avy anil. 130* 
p.r acna. Will iirmlux wlib y**»r 

%m0 1.11,1. 3 If.HJ.I tlUlllH. 

VJH liava a varlaly of alrUllr 
ralir-hu, ttitrkint a»J wjul|>p*J. 

Givv; uti a a.y u> .how tb.«. 
HOLLAND RKAL E8TATB 

Twin VmWm. lal-IDtia anal 
OhiUu.UU1.OB44, Ijh^II If. Mdlulraj 

HOLLAND REALTY INV. CO. 

I,aa V. H aa. Nava.la, Hat-aUM 
* 'at wllh tia fur aotlon 



Ul 'AiJItl^J.'T.ill ahar M of II 

1 mmUni houiM, un- !l Udrouii 
hrlik. Maahlna ahut>, hiaflntf ah*d.l 
aral.a ami i-nrrala fur =1)0 haa.l. I— *l| 
■ ai-alitlonally wall. On* of lb* haal 
cl.'.«->ii fat-ma (ii I J. la nr«. (Ul 
u. lodavl l.ynw.H.,1 K.ally, 711-0311 
llarlav Malhaia, 731-11473. Ua Math. 
.... 4'JB-fcUl'J. 

1UU ACUi::l ju.l J miUa fkurn Wwa 
1B0 ahara* Am.rlcau FalLt WaUr 
7B Inrlira of wall watar. I-arK* rUhl. 
_*jo.ul laml,.a.trral loom far tM-' 
calll*, larua alaat uratiary and 
rhlna ah.,1. N.w (lul.J M Tallin.! 
hulna. All for |)B0 an aura. Uj)| 
nwiiar. l' hmia f»3fl-jJH. Wanjall. 1 

3tra : i I ^LTIri t Kr) I inn am—, uIim lol 

Uriaka lllvar. A r*al atmk Bat-tip. 
Ill) acre* yarn! cUllUallliif land. I 
iM.lnxmt hin.Urti hum.. T„U1 prUa, 
i:i3,nuu. Varniara U«lty, Buhl, 

B4J. 1 116 0. 

U0 AlTIThltJ, HU ah'aiva WaUr plua fr*« 

watur. 4 l^lrtuim CohinUI atyla 
hiini., oil furiia*., oulbulltlltin «(• 
t.llmt. '2 waaL, ii aoulh Jaroaaa, 

i.i.nii. aai.jnBi. 

»U AL'KfcU, M0 ahataa) WaUr, fOOiI aol|, 
fanra4 ami lorallnn, 114. 



.....^ -.,„ „K<aiinn, m.oou, wltW I 
ll.UliU .town. Waiidall llaalty, Uht 

i!j7< or Ban-ami. ■ 

IJII.UIIil V.II) huy UU aaraai Un taala) 
Mu-liwav. Only tt.fltlO 'Iowa, ll-Jaa 
Invaalmoiit Cumiiaiiy, Jaiuma 



II llAI.Ut 140 .or-t In iHanlty, 
tin.. w)a.l fn.ia l.ml >«.nlly aaU 



hy ila(« fur I U 2,000. CuiiUot r*k 

I'harrla. Ha a*ltiiii. 

lii^rnralnwhalich ln.ua. No >•*•— No 
nUr.iuiit.-No fltook tn Buy. (J. II 
I-mnay, Itaallor, 111 ilhuahun. North, I 
7a*-41IM1. 1 



100 ACHKH, U mul aoll, b-tt iV ilnprnva^ 

in an l, niili. walur. Will a*l| wlib 
iiiachlnary ami call!*, 174,100. Bnali* 
Itlvar l Ually. ll uhl, llll-jia.. 

Jo Ai;itl-;ii, i inn. - 



aaal of Twill Valuf, ■ 
tun w.l.r rluhU |3S,300. y«lJtaa«n I 

lUallnra. 1)811-1 DHU. 



AltK VU(J hk.Ltuu fur u<hhI farma or I 
raurha., larua nr a mall I 1'hou* BU>a | 
lUalt v. 78B-7«a4. 

40 ACItlCll, iiaar unl( cuuiaa, full Wat- 
ar rluhl. 114,000, larnn. Will e<m.lil.y 
trail*, (iai n tltal- H~lly, TB» -BUM 



iiAUUIUk K LA A 11 ICilalai 
"Farm* a Hii..- laity," I'hnu* 711-tBlp, 
II. mil. llrl.Uil, aal-aman, 



Lot* and Acrekge 



54 



40 ACRES 

Wllh 40 .hare* wal.r. 3 ba.Wnt 
niuilvrii hum*- Uwuar will trail* for 
hmiii lu Jarimia. or Twin Valla. 
Hurry and ana tlila Ui.lily 1 

HAROLD'S AGENCY 

73.1-BBJ3 7U1-7407 
J. llarol.l Ah-Ktflan 11a t.l. Klutf 



ClIOIliiK vmir l.u-allou In baaullful 
I an), in Cr^.l auh.llvlalon. l!urv*4 
iiutL-.l air .hi I a anil miaolnii. hi la 
faatiitluu iUuii i.w.r, I'lirli and KUl- 
Ur, twitirut w"- W<itn)*rtu1 v(*iv «uj 
40 acri.. in Mlin fur maiilniuiii l>ru- 
larlion. I.ynwnn.i lUJlly, vhuri. 731. 
P 1M1._ 

liVTcll'tTu fnr aaU. Imll.llnu U>1 alt 
cleara.l iraily lo hull.l uu. Yaar- roil uj 
t t ■limn In hauk. 7B3-177B, «jva- 



]( , llchmiu A Muffluy. 1137-4 4&X, 
iTKtl) r.i.im tu roaiiiT An aar*ai B « U 



VOUIl rlly |„ia, anulii Mi. Tarm*. 
City walar ami ..wauy. t'h.m* 711* 
ilHll . . 

4 AClt^l, iilcluiHiiua aallliiurHimlant 



Vacitlon Property 



01 



FOR jJALE. . 

NI01G FOHN1H1IKD 
HUMMtlU-WINT—R HOMU 
Twn Uitrmiuia, mo.lani ball), llvjtiu 
r'Hini^ iH.r^haa, hiv.ly tr>««, turiiar 



alt_ -at r**aouabl* prlcaa with 
talma lo aull avary buyar, Urup In 
Unlay mil aak about tha aalra aai'v- 
U* B-Ua Villa uff*ra for your l>t«- 
t«tluii and aiilnymaiil. h'ur bruebur* 
Vrlt.l 414 Ualn Nor til, of tail 7*3- 
07 1*. 



June Brides . . . Learn Thrift At Its Best . . .^hop The T-N Classified Pages! 



cation Property 



Juno 26-27, 1?W 
Twin Fulls Tlmoj-Nows 



HEW DICIAIXE. 
N VAIXKY - KKTCHUM 
1IOMK 

at*, ni W.nit Hrrl.iM.. U-I.v.l, 
■ |.|„1,,..m. : ...il... 

■ ilmm.r i>r wlnl-r ...infi'M. 

kin* vlrw, >..r aiooml w.-y ••' 
**. At'l"'ll»lni»"'l ahcwlii* ■< 
M.. If you want 111' !'•-(. 
il. howl 

TWIN FALLS 
REALTY & IN'S. 

101 A.WL1..1 7.I.MIU.3 



House t- FornUK*^ 



hi;iiii(h)_m fin nuiif.1 l 
s. l7iiit:n .■■idTTroV i.m. 



J Announcing!!! 

The WINNER «f Vll« 

SWISS VILLA LOT 

,1 tha dr.* In* d-irli-B Hi. 1'"'"- 

Mr». !>'• B>j.'nn 
Twill V'iiIIh 
Our ti.har«l"Ull"<" l« lirr. 

SWISS VILLA ■ ■ 

|41< Main Ni.nl. IM-OTII 



ON THE 11AN.CM Ol" 
ura WOOD RIVER 
AT KETCH UM 



(WW.<! i.)rlH»«.)N-, In* honi.. • 
b*lr»o.nM. 1 atnry m»r Hi* rlv.r. 
! 174.170' h.l. 

I R. II. McCOY AGENCY 



!*l|h-.llvl-ll"l WhlT- III. a.ll|llB I* l*« 
Op*n wrck-uili. I » r " 
t.rni* v.ry ilaalraldn. I.Vliwimil IImhI 
ry. TM^aii. __ 



t III l'«tlll I-**" 



(Hinnl.y or 'Iwln l-alla 
[,„„,. I'tiini. 7;t: i-2ri.U. 



Ipartmenl i-Furnlihed 70 



.TjAWOTi:, r.o.mly ~ 
lbH.ii«h»uii Thr.. r.-.i.ia, Uth. -ii- 

■ i<x*l h*rk iwlfli. ni.mpl.Uly prlv* « 

All uiHIU** fiimlali-l. J--.ii-.lali' <'»■ 
alrahl* fur o"< or two adult*, l'lmn. 



BWk U.l.Ui. (.rival* 

" iM fil(nlah..l ***-pl llilhU, 
Mini U»*m.iit apartiii.nl 

I uiiiiiiM rn»ii*ii..i. ami 
. Nielli. nia-Tuo*. 



BNEaNU iwn n-ot.ia, ptivat* 
7 Iranst, l>allf, uUllllr* fiirnuh.d 
Bonn*r Cabin*. 110 North Waahlaii- 



'illltfc liuOM. hath 



frCTTTi^NTM- W*M»-m..MU Um., -nil 
*on.llllon.il, with nplli'U t« puri-li*."' 
At (Jratidvl-w Trall.r VUU, .'hnm 
IIH-HbIH. 



TT,"K£N, ...e*ly furiilahrd 1 ..mm*; 
)»ll>, h.at wal.r, wiahlnr facllltl.*. 
w,i ■,.).. nfll AiH A v.mi* KmhI. 



LAUGti a l*ir 

piUal* aiilranr.. B-* "'mi' 
Alh.rt.im*. l'tu>i). TSl^mi. 



ICilluLmii" 

U'" 



'ni'A'iJTiVi;. k 

<|r>4 fill llllllUil. 

7m,i.iiiuj. 



1 Iihji- »pBTliii*iit fur Lily, 
•Lelrlully. lUftani 
(Hi Av.ixu K»»t. 



An>rtm >ni*— UnfurnUhad 71 



twi»-t»wuu«fiBr 

Hit, liw.td-.l il— r 1 library, W-VUM. 
No rail fn»ii luiiil'ivn l-'rliUy tlirnuuli 
■UHiinwn )U t 1 1 fi Uv iiiifHl, 
ONU llia>uTu» M, alMii. funv-i.l-- .... 
fnnJl locillciii, r»**oii»liU. U.nlnr 
«ltU*n> yr.f.rr-l. 111-1701 wrur 



Oils 



two n*r*mii. Clo**-l». lltov., 
frlg»i»ior, N*«r iAUiulmiii.t. 131 

HlBi. 



up.1 

■•ti*r>l* •htr«iic«, w»t.r ami **")■ 
Utlnu furiilili*.!, 1 10. Call ISl-AHl, 



ATTItACjnVfcl 1 rtn.m U..m.nl 

W.nl, pltukiit )i*l«hluirliiMi<l, mil- 
— IU« aicyl |l K nta InrlmUil, 17ft. Call 
MM«0 



Kwlrtwihi, parity Iurul*li*<l, tial 
' n.wr., (Ir-i'lar.. lt.at a 
tuHll.lt. 4. Vtmna Lia-Hnl. 



IlKUHIM'M l.i.il^, 
.„|. ".•nil Avon 

i-.Nl KN 1' ""'null In, ii 



Hou»oi-Unfurnliried 



an nil Av< 



Hkk.I. N-w 

,[ l.lllll-lll-. 

r.uw NiiKli. 



, 2t.;i Marllu, , 
fi'illi llltlr h"ln, 

' Vil'i W.lmil, 
1 l.^ .n . ft ii.iii . 



Full 



"j 1 1 U K iTn^iTtM Ikhiuv, iilrviy lur mIhiX 
■lnv.i mi'l i.f rlK.rnlnr fiinilnlii.il. ]»• 
<iuii.. m 7(li Av.mi. Vwt. 



Tllll HAl.K nr rtJill i kalrwavu Jtlr.. 
Inf.. If 1 Iwilriuiin, l>kri.i»aiil. rarlMii 
inf.. Hi-) K.laU H.rvli-.. 7S1'Mltl. 



,1.1m On. | wl lnx 



llfVllMuW 



Roomi— Board mnd Room .76 



JTOjivrlUTi I.UHII r(»»'n, mti.i, rum- 

'fiii-trtlil*. V/wltly <>i'- iiinnLblv rates, 
•m Uinl Av.mi. Nurtli. ■m-r.inn. 



;KCI-;i,l,l-;N , l' TMmiu, furiil-li^l, war 
rli'-k-ln, i>rlvaU .nlraiir*. »lr a 
117 Av.inia Nurtli. 



fortiilil. riHinu. 



r.U. 1U0 Hill Av*iliia North. 



Moblla Horns Parking 79 



UV.W M nb 1 1. CiiiitI, I ■> r u k iiiacM, u*' 
'inn*, Ailulli only, in El. In. Avamia, 

7i:i-in;i. ■ ' 



"Butlneit-Offlc* tl«nUU 80 



tn im< <>t tlitf lilewt couUUIl lounu> 
lJ:i-'JtUH. 



W>ntadtoR«nt SB 

WllLiCAIlCfl comiiU Willi 1 clillilr.ni 
vluli III r*nl U lM*-lr(ij((n inifijriiU>i<») 
linui*. Twin Vulli. Call 4:iJ-2W.I4, 
MvirUiinli 



Farm Implement* 



Reconditioned 

BALERS 

Cuarnntcod 

6. 

JOHN DEEHK »T, twliin-tk, 
flO hater. CitKkl c»h-- 
dltlon. 

JOHN DKEHK 3HT, twliw- 

tin, l»rci bulnr. Vrry 

c)pii)), 

JOHN DEKHU HT, twlnc-tln, 
riiirlno - (Irlvmi 1) al o r. 
Vrry rlnutl. 

IHC B5T, twiiiu-tln billrr. 

CAHIC JfiOW, wlrfl-tlfl biil«r. 

lira 65.W.' wlrn-tln Imli-r, 

C1ANDV Vy dry »pj)lleiitor, nl- 
inwit *inw. . ' 

Hnvo Yon Soon tlio 
KI0W .TOHN DEERE"" 
No. 10 Hi DoriHlty Ilulcr7 

,Aj.',c for a Unniniiiilrutloiit' 

GEM 
EQUIPMENT CO. 



-ATTENTION 
Varmara anil Ciudilil Di>.rat"r« I 
Now Uklrif or.lor4 on tlia ((.lliiw- 
111 Hn.' of dlllllxiioiiL . . . 
•HA[,K[» Hay 1^. 

• HUAIir.ANt* Kiirniw Oiwuara 

• AI.KAIjA Cnm-imn lf.',j ami T. 
moil.Ul 

• A|,I,.MK'['AI, H"l llo'U 

• i:irr/riVAT(iit Twif<, cumpa 

ami llhaiibi 

• IIKAN lliill-n 

• A[,I,-MKTAI, Hulk ii. a. 

•N.w Mmlil Kaii.r l'ntatii ll.r- 
v«t«f w|ll» n*w ly|w tr»j.h IiIwiIm 
wiiiI vlna vlhiiUliir (uniwar prnv" 
.11 |<> |>tf iliu l,en fur tlia iiioiny 

(llVHl.ll). 

•1 tlNI.Y ii»*"l Itain-r I'oUlo )Ur. 
v*<l«r. rtriniilltluin'il kiiiI rumly 

•WK MAKI' ami aloo rtpalr lly- 
dtailllf hi*dn- 

PAUL EQUIPMENT 
WELDINO SHOP 



M <![>!;[, U, AH trartur will) mniiut.J 
>.«>w.r, alarlxr llulitu, liyilraiillr lift, 
1^)0. -/.arn T:i,l i cmt hi I Ik riml-r, 
llllll, U unit IM.uv.l i.illk.r. Uii H 1 - 
UmIIiiii inllk cam. B ■iiulli, l'j aa*l' 
nf J. rum.. 



COlll'J.irl'l-: Una rmlnni tiay alarkliiu 
w|1iI|iiiibiiI •■ Trurkji, i>llsr, loailor 
liu I It liy lirlilfflcr for plU.l or irat- 
l.r.il lial.il. lUa al Tuwa Alltflli 
Van n, l-'ll.r. M »li» . 

VvllA 1 !' I N(i TIMK rfMl'I' on warran- 
ly. Il.llar «•* C-IL Kim I mil* nt Cn., 
llluliwav 27, «i>iilli of 1'aiil; 3. I. 
Chui farm madilii.ry aalva ami 



AdlilCli, - ivx^ -wlmlki.w.r-1'lu.iaiiUn 
nuiw.r (.ail I'TII llal.r. Mml.ni 
rrartur ('.ntar, arriMa from IIdwU' 
ilrni.», 7.i:t-IHI17. 



Kllll HAl.Kl Uollll llura A, tfooil nillill 
lliii), lixv llrpi, naw li.tl.ry, lijfllli 
I1U&. Call 711 3- limn nr ... at Jack 
Nlfli.il.oo'.. H.mi. 2. Twin ValU. 

WaNTKD iih«I crum a.|>aralur. ' Uan 
I'alk, 1 w*it of liaruar llliiru, 
l.lio " 



^r„, HW -w. wi n .i ril w.y:, 

it liaUr.. Hum b^iulumant, limilli 
1 Ilrlv., 7»:l-TJ7^. 



farm ImplenMnhi 



USED BALERS 

1— NKW HOLLAND, fJB mode] 
■J-NEW HOLLAND, flft model 

2— NKW HOLLAND, TJ model 

1 — NEW HOLLAND, 80 model 
J-milD, 2ftO'H 

2— FOHD, 14-40 

1— MASHKY' PEROUBON, 

mimhf!r 3, rccondlllonecl, 

pulntcd 
1— MA.HHEY FEItOUBON. 

tttitntMr 10, rreondl tinned 
1 — MAMMEV PEIIOUOON, 

iminbur 1 
•J— INTRKNATXONAI^ 6!1T 
1 — INTERNATIONAL 4$T 
I — JOJffN DKKiiK 14'V 
1 — JOHN DKEIIK aH 
•2— CAHK U0 
a,-OAHK 153 
1— FllEEMAN 

■ ZITLAU 
MOTORS 

Wcntlell A30-51U 



. Uned 

■FARM MACHINERY 

Wu 11UY, BELL or SELL FOR 
YOU . . . 

Molyhcux Mnchlnery 

■733-7(1*7 Twin fall* 



SK.W mil.I.ANU IJant.II.il IIU6 **it 
proiialkil liay ilarkar. Twin ITalU 
Tr-rloy anil Impl.maiil, 30111 Klm- 
t».rly Hii ail . 7ni.HflH7. 

llAV t.UAilKIl i 3D' liay pilar wllli 
tor ami .1 liay lt.<ln, Mr.. Marjorla 
\Vy*tl, VlUr, .U'l.K.IM aft. 



fNTKUN ATHjN A^ hay i, . _ 
rumlllluii. Iltml.liak.r ll'j-tun f.ltl. 
trurk, MimhI tlr^.. flail 7!IH.I1iH1i'.. 



AMI', ".'ill war lip" pi.taK. 
rlialo I* IimI. liny U and • 
tif Arm*. Hl.r. 



W:w Ma. 

liay |.al»r. Ua-r.l 
Itaiirh, :ijj-JlHf.. J.i 



JOHN DICK I IK, 1UAH comblna. moil.i 
f,f,, \2\ uih.iI riimlltl.iii. Titian M«k 
lor., W.ml.n, mifl-filll. 



WK nVKUHAUl, all inakM of Intel. 
Call Mt.uiilalii lllal.4 Imp. 1-1 Uml 
Av.miu tloulli, IIIU.HUJ. 



TiTT^Ti-i' Joiin n-ia hay 

All r.roiiilllloi>.,l ami yaily 
IHllutf.. linrl.y. nn-un. 



Firm Suppllei 



91 



SWATHE R CANVASSES 

AT LOW 

Discount Prices 

FARM and CITY 
DISTRIBUTING CO. 

..1(13 Main K*al l'linn* 733-52U 



ATI'ENTION 
FARM13RS — BTOOICMKN 
llarlia.l Wlr. anil 1'iHla 
Calf <;r**(i I-'r**.(.ra mil Ifixr Ka.iUra 

-Al.UKHfl MILL IN a 
TnirUUn. 7111-1841 



gilAl.ri'V pi-mluola at low wliii|..aN 
ami iIIbcoiiiU prlcna for all your farm 
)ioc.J., .1) A )l Jliijijily .Coniiiauy, 
iHi.s 1 1 lint In farm ami ranch HiPiillsii, 
■iW Muln Norlh, 7;ia-U2JJ. 



Hawvy Equi pment 



92 



MlUHlliAN l>h\ InaiUr In top work 
Inu n>i>'lllli>n. 1'rlr*.) at lH.UOD ii> 
li.iior.ilal. aala. I'lioit* 71.1-71111 n 



Hay, Gr*(n*n<S f—d 



94 



Ctlflo 



IIETITKR GAIN FEED 
n*«r — Calf — Dairy 
lfi>« — Poultry 
AI.I1ERS MILLING 

TnifU lan. li%.*Ut 

WaNTKI*. I'lil t»r, inn totVlU ao.« - 
r.al el.aii hay. Hal on your truck 
with I'armliaml, Hh athmllnu, 
norlti, ""l Jar«m«. Klart 

tlnir Jun. IBIh. K.l'. Manln, A,1iu 
pa.t1lr. , for -Jd h«il y.arHnai. 
16 At: It K.l hay*raa<ly l.y lha HMh. 
U ...I. I In Iba fl.l.l, UU'l. \v mil. 
wr.1 <<f Lalwir Camp, (irMiirl.lai 
Orrha 



MAHIU VAl.l.BV Mllllna fUrvleal K«.l 
Hilmlinu. W.Il.r 1-ar.oii, KimUrly 
4 'i :i -f. mu 



(1IIAIN nillliiBi Ory or m.ila«.a nil*, 
"l.y'a Ullllni, Uana.ii, phona Wi- 



MDJlfcl-AHO Mliilnrf Harvli 

■ rln.lliiK «r mula.au mln, I'hoii. 
ViUr .i'Jl-4447 or H2n-4Unr. 



WaNTKH Til II I J V i (iix.it. una I iiy >i« 
t.al n |. M.rlin Aabaw, WanHall, t'h.n 
IMI. 



Vk)iV iihOl) l>a.li»r. for Hi> b«il of 
ratll* fur rant f»r tha i.«»n. J< 
(). Ki.lmiB, Hlihl, phon. K4!I.414J, 



Kill HAl.Kl Vi ah.rw of Uatfln ll.i 
■ rvoly walar. 1'bona I84-I3H1 * 



a34-2H7T,-JTP 



KKK» U'l"<*i«lt «'" J wJ"'"""' W«)i 

II I. Ik tank. Daffln Mill. ThaltUn 

Mllllmr K.rvlf., 7.13-mlil. ' 
VAHTUii^ in r.nl for UH-IBU h.ail 

of Falll*, NUa-.ra HpHrma, (4S-464U 

Until, 



tVAfJlitil* Ttl l(UV( f^i«<l rtit«llly h: 
In win.lrow or t.ala.l. Mlka HUfful 

7;i:t-:,iin. 



An! mi I breeding 



100 



CAC1IK ' VALIjKY llrawlliiK A.annla- 
tlon: Waltar A, I^ltcli, Ilnhl, M- 
ytUt Kiit-nirUa 6S7s Jim 
fJlonu, 7aa-40*H. Itarvlnir Vll.r, Twin 
t'alU, MnrUiioli, K.l. il, Ihnit, Hii.l- 
ton; MaWlii H. Joiim, Hfl-aaHl, wrv- 
I il if J.rnnia, W.ml.ll, llau-rmaii. 
IIINi. Cooilliitf. H ho. lion.. 



AKTinClAL IIUKKPINfi l/> A II H 
(Jruat |iriiv.<l airaa. th« Hatlnn'a hlnn- 
•Jl lyim liroiliiRtlmi sir., i Alan all 
l,r-.,!« (.f i»M.f avallahl*. Twin ValU. 
7Un.l^0 1 Filar a n il llnhl. V'.iit'r- 
l.rlt. I/.: I Jaroma, I24-:flB'i I Haial- 
ton, flUQ.I.W, Hnrl.y, nlH-OaBO. 



Cattle 



102 



i'OU BAI.lu or trail* 7b haail lliil.taiu 
aprlnu.r halfara r.noli'tf l.<l<>» to 
1,11)11 pi.umU In w.l lit. A lot of 
aitlfUlal li'lfari, <inl<a a lot al 
rinse lip li»lf«r-. llav. fina.ira from 
U-l y.ara oil Ilia... Alto haVa A B'^l 
Cuarn.-y li.lfari. l'liona it^-JlH, 



DAIUV COWH anil h.K.ra, fr-li 
aprlnbr.ra. K1IH,:, uuaruiitaail. Will 
hoy or trail, for all kiinU UyMtiwU 
ami aprlnaar* for California, l'lmn* 
llap or Clyila lluuiiti, Hull], o4a-5437 



JIAIIY ralva* ui> to 400 PdiimU. llol- 
at.ln anil ll.il.Ulu-lI.rafor,l -itn-«. V. 
wi-nt, >; aoiilh <if Klmli.rly. l'hnn. 
4^1.r.Pfln, May or nlulit. 



lUCIilfiTKUHH A nun* hull', 1H rm.nl 
ami iil.l.r. Kniniuli tn rlimtaa al prt 
aiil tl(»«. CaJJ Klmharly 423-fiilRS 
4'j;i.4{)t4 a fur f. ti.m. 



10 UKAD A llll hrail HiiUUln Uprliitf. 
halrlr.. Tatooa.1 ami vacrltial.il. Will 
frtuiliaii ..mil. l'linti. 71^-HIIHO. 



VKltY GOOD liaatnra (or >0 html «f 
ratll. fur rani fur tlia ■•ut.in. ' 
(). i:..lni»n, llnhl. rhoiir 



WTHl'Ki > I t'lmalk on. nr twn ho.l. 
Inn.)*, l'r.far ii(irlliw*.t vicinity. Ap- 
l>r<!«li>i*.t(ly IT.O tiii.iuh. 731.(11101. 



Llglit Industrial Equipment 89 



fjANYON Vn.LA two twilroom apart- 
m.tiU. Stow*, r.frli.ral.'r, aaiiltatlnn 
■ ' • r«nil«h.vl. iwu. 7»a-JJi.w. 



TilUkU lU-luVfil, .1..... Ituml h 

Ktat. aatillatlnn fuml.h.il. lt,<i llln. 
I^Um North or «3H-att<Hi, Klmh.rly . 
TWtl Uilromn, all Ulllitlw .Kr.i.L al-*- 
tritlly. Nlca and alaali. lmiulr« 1137 



¥wi> i*ir.Hin* hrl^U.iliipl.*. U44 lUlli 
Av.nu. UaiU 171. Yard car.. 1'liam 

7 »-4B4 l. 

Vo'll KV^iti i'twirixini ilniil.K t..iwi«ii 
H.yhurii anil lliirl.y iuai off YA CrU. 



, lfn.it. Call H7H.Mita4, llnrl.-y 



fcro'Ull ItOOM linriinilum 

at l"l HarrUnn. lmjuUa haiaiuanl. 
Ailulta. no l>.ti. 



Houie*— Fu ml»hed 7 3 

tlV f HO noukf, kluh.n, Uih. Illirl. 
- .1-lr.bU for alnula p-i.nn. ISO. 7a 

luim uitill • »."». "s-aim «ft»r 



IIIO TOO 
' i . "With iinBlo dozer. 

O ATERPIIX KXl DB , 
With tlo:tor. 

JOHN DICICRE 040 
Dlenrl Tractor wUli .,13-lS 
Hulicoclc elnvntlnc £cnit>or. 
SI 0,500 

JOHN DEBRIS 1140 
Dlenel Tractor with 12-15 
Hancock elevating *crapcr.. 

JOHN DEERE (1*0 
XDiei.fl Tractor with 12-E 
lliuicoclc elcviitliiu ficrniier. 
$10,000 

ELLIOTTS 

jiunmv call. in»-55iu 



Quick Action Services 

Use this hamly_'Djvectory_as a cuido to dependable 

service Today . . . • ana every" day '■ 

24 Hour 
Amswerlitig Service 

If Tho Tolophone of Any Advortisor in Thli Directory Ik Nor An two red. 
Dial 733-2386, Tolophono Aniworina Service, Day or Night. 
Tho Advcrtiicr Will Bo Notified to Call You. 



To riace Vour limine*** Servtco Ail, 133~OQ31. Tlire* tine*, one moiiiJi, only fd.39. 



AppHan co RgpolrlnQ _ 



Kntf.n. (iliilthl Ami IL in 

yean .iii.rlnict on. all niakc*. llmm 
pIl.,1. 7a:i-nn)n. 



Automobllo Ropolring 



nl Auto It.palr t V'raiik 



Bicyclos 



in. tha world-* fliii'l ami 
inl of all hlki<». W. a.rvli-. 
i.ll. 111. ilu. Ctdrry. 73J-U 



Corpontors 



ToJfjphon<i^Answor Sorvict 




fPllt, D» d - wiUi that huge allowance yoVoive 
J|OW can I kcrip traclc bf every penny?" 




Ilai'kh.i. work. Hp.rl.llilnu 111 »*iHle 
lank ami ilr.ln fl.l.l InalalUtl. ' 
lUk.ii llawtr H.rvW. IM-Jinl. 



(or hlr«, ali0l. ili.i.r* |)<1 ami Dtf 
Hourly or i-'iutrart. |(i Mtf B inl W.I.I.. 
l'.lrfl.M. l.t alin, Minn. 7,1 1.-JJTB. 



i i>l ^ravailiiyr 
l"\™"l'i."r„ (1 ', 



W " 7 U " L ". I'll'*!'". 

(1*111-11*4. m. 73J0777 ur 7J3-4CU 
II. I>. ll.liklm. 



Fuel on 



Furnace Cleaning 



Kfiniuiiiy y 



<-')*at)((i« J yurutcn 
kvil, 110. llll f ltt . 
I. tt. I'lu.lla 



Hemstitching 



lltrlii.lltrlilnir at V.rlcl:>tt'* Mtnuiv ram 
anil llol.hy llhnp it I tJ'l Main M.iiilh. 
I'll. ma 7;i:i-Jl)ull.. 



Janitorial 5orvlc«* 



.(■in Jamil, rial t'nlit I nrlnri : l-'i 
lout In roiiiiii.i<-lal JaiillorUl itrvk. 
rail 1.I1-JHU.L or 7a:UJ r.fiil. 



lilua 


1 Itriithnral Ii 
i».. ri -(al ^aml 
71.1. hum. 


1 

oUwinir. 7.t.7-|j;i( 


t.arl 

7:i 


(.iiihiinltt,! J» 
■ rUI'Uii.l i, 4 |, 
-111147. 


In.iir ai'ivir*. r ■ 

■ litlul jialiitiou. C.U 


V..i B 
w 


li.r .and lo 
lint,/,, tly^ lha 




Cliapmao aml^lurn.r ~ paint rontrar- 
lora. Im.rlitr „ r *i(«rlor. 1'liona 
7a:t-fiti7i or 731-76(17, 



Plumbing. 



mail al ymir .pliiml«r— i 
llli.i llork I'liiinhlnv 
I'JKI llhin l.aki.. Nnilh. 



^'1- 

Radiator Sorvlco 



•I.'. Iu.ll.ior bhiip. nt, Wa.lilout, 

i;t-i.(iii[i. ita.ii.ini. .uir i.u.iii..., , 
> ildtlliit. Uaiiy yaari-ixuiiliuci. 



Radiator Service 



Rentals 



Knhllnii chair., l.UUu, any niiinlxr fi 
all nccailiiiii ; almi Iraih hallllliu. In- 
trriniiiiiitalii 1'iinl, 7 .1,1-41 (li: I . 



1UIII Italim 

Company, acina. from 
lilmllt, Vhuila 7.1:i-fl'ifl7. 



Septic Tank Service 



<wv*i'i il.ptlu Tank H.rvlc.i CUanlnj, 
Iri.lullliiK. rrpalrlnu. Nn lullaau. 
cliKiu*. iff»«fmiia ««fl.i'ai;7. 



Television Sorvice 



i. -I Hun. rfl. Id' 

.11 ' 



Towing 



l'lmn. 7.11-1231, 



Tree Trimming 



J. C. \V.I.., Tr.4 li.rvlo. K,n.,t tr „ 
■ ml aliriil.hcry ml.. Topping an. 
re iniiv I n K. r'r.a *Mlinatt«, 7S1-UH1H. 



Upholstery 



102 



20 REGISTERED 
ANGUS BULLS 

CaWa.1 Marrh I, 1.K1, Kllaanmara 
llr.«lln»r, avaratra waltfht 7r>0 
poiiniU, all . varclnatlnni. U*>Y <>r 
trail. Tor hr«l h-lf.ra, II. nit. t.r^I. 

OlAMflNIt KINi; HANOI 
lllsbway SO North of Until. Idaho, 
I'hona Sil-iTaa 



Mutical JrwtTurnarrhi 124 

ASH U UK amall monthly paymanl, on 
■nod tplnat pluno to ba plekad up 
in thU ar**. Kor InfnrmBtlon writ* I 
-Cradlt Mintlti, 118 Norlh Main, 



VHKtt Jlamm<rn(l Spinat orjjan, Htht 
flnlih. aacallant rnndltlnn, ennvan- 
l.nt tartnl. Wblt.'a Muala C.nt.r. 

7as-Bfl09. 



Vll^H ripilii«ar rowa anil ri«lf. 
Hull — hoiaM aall or ]i>aii. Uarrall 
llnhl, H4a. n Hl4, 



UNK r.tfl.tai^l ihiII ll.iafonl Imll ■■>< 

two tfixxl aailida iinlaaa. Joa JW«V 
(l.Hiillnir. Iil.li'>. 
PA KM HI .A UUHTKHlNiil I>on'l tnllrll 
thai l™*M Call llul'h Kack.r anil 
»iiii...733-4 14li. r~r.. 11.11' 



^UUllH'lWtbi) anil a>ra<)« hor> 

aala or tr.it. at all llm-*. 4i mil* 
w*ab of Jaroma, I14.ailUll, Oaca: 
Hlnhlbarf. 



TiaV liKLDINC, 4-y.arHilJ, aplrltaii 
"•nir"wall"broUa,~M»ail In -411 ^r—n.. 
Will »»» nr tr».i* for wa-4 mo- 

torrynla. I'hnn.' 1184-43111, J.roi 
T70ltalCHH6klrJfir~rm"t or rulil. full 
' tlm., Hi aiiyplae*. Etlwln yfllwrl. 
phona 7!lf<-3im7. 



ITTllUl.KH,' iill* aim apnra. Wa iraila 
mi aa<!ill.«, W« Jiav. tarmal IIkIV 
Tra.llnu !■ 



1'JlUKKHHIOlJAl, Horaaahiialliu. Hoi n> 
(villi ahiH*. IU.I Ij.iu/, Froiili.i* Vi.l.l, 
H7r. Vail. Avamia, phnna 7HB-774H. 



AI'l'Al.llDIIAti and sr.. I. inarM 

hark wKh AppalrMMa'a m>Iu al ih.Jr 
alii.. lt4;i.40flU, ltillll. "* 



Sheep 

V61l HAl.Kl Fifty I 



m. l'lmn* 4^3-K717, llana.n. 



Baby Chlck« 



HATCHINC Aiiitra-Whlta nlilfka 
throiiurb J n ii* in, Naw llampahlr.a 
thrniiurli Jmia 3.1, '.Vanuatu m.at 
tyita rhleka Ihrouifli Jun* 90. tluin- 
ni.r prlc... 

BUNNY OHIX XIATOIIERY 
and POULTRY FARM 

B2fl-4347— >-|lar Hltfliway SS 



Pets and Pet Suppliea 110 



I'ET IIKADQUARTERH 

Vor All TyiiM of I'*u 
Suppll*. — >'«..[■ — Arn..»(irl« 
lllr.U, Troplral Klah, lima 1 1 Animal* 
BECUmTY SEED As SUPPLY 
HQ 4th Av.mia Wwt — 7.111-1101 



1IAIIY ilKUNlCH. friaiiilly, farm raUail, 
tU-asantail ami v.ctlnal.d , W-lmar- 
ali.r anil I'iuhII* pupplaa I Blllni- 
iilu* I truplcal f Uli. Jaamila'a 1'. 
Illuip, W. nil. II, R»a.'4S4il. 



NKW Kimball anil Yamaha pla 
Aim iib*<1 piano*. Warn.r Uualr, 
1*1 flh^taji«na North, 



THK KAHIKHT 
7as-77no' 



Radio and TV Seta 



21" RCA VICTOR TV 

Compl.Uly r.l.ullt. n.w plotur* 
tub*, n.w a*t iriiaranlaa. 

PEIl MONTH 

21" ADMIRAL TV 

fru- 1. ml It li>ti.'l, rent"!* f'"lr«J, n*w 
[>lc lur. till)., n*w ..t uiiaranU*. 
ta.lQ PER MONTH 

M & Y ELECTRIC 



REPOSSESSED . 

JlOA Vloliir SB" TV 
ASBUmo payments 
10,10 month 

M & X ELECTRIC 

4(1 Main K«t Vhnna 7nH-H312 

Op.n rrlilay Nit.. 'Ill » 



Mltcellaheous For S-(. 



IRRIGATION liOOTy 

Koppol'H Dlsctnitu Crnt-r 



WALK -IN fr««rr47irrr 

mm* u.f. V.ry e 
iual.1., S04 Till J 




I'UMl'rit [l-rlu.lL.iii .n.nn^TT; 

Hllllna.r kUi rlV^ n h,,,'."",' 'V 

IIAItKAUKH liiill.lliiu'a ' 

2(lKnU', M 1 - 

MtH.r, ii 
tULUlNU , 

roil ill Hon, hrakaa, 
77*11 afl ar M3(l |i.in . 
"jCLKJJTKKi (.nr. t >,m~ „ lc . _ 
illai w™t „f H.mtl. \: >lt , I'l^n.'^ 




TMItll. :: l'K.x'"llni 1 |.i,,^7^r-- 




Mtlon. -Will 



UttKI) 'alt- cmnlillo'n.r., u7»7raTuT- 
«l« Up. lUllll-rJ^m.hurrjJM^ 



T\vn_ ) IU4U CaVhllaa ht 



TWO-WAY ItADIO 
)(-.l.ln.* 

OpflnittliK COfltn 

I114.7A ami up 
UNITED ELECTItONICS 
7«a.7a34 1 Kr** lUmoiiitratlnna 



rotlll 31" TV a*U for Itnma with 

ii. w HCA Hlli/.rama plolnr. lull... 
ITlcail riuhl ami viiaram..il (*a*y 
tartn*l. 11.1 Hull. rfl. Ida Ua.lhi ami 
TV ll.rvlc, 11107 Ail. II. on Av.nn* 
Ka^t. Twin Fall*, or eall 7an-an.l.1. . 



THK HBilT TV. radio, iUi«i, trail. I., 
tor i.rvlca! alao rh.ck tulwa fr*« al 
Joa'a TV. 7»3-fl37H, 



TJiJjOlJ i>»rla))ltf 4-h|>hh1 Jihotiuvraph, 
l-aiitonialln, Cm.l rnmlltlon, 



Good Thlngv lo Eat 



133 



v'UODH for an.* la I illala. Halt-fr... 
m/B.r-fr.-, wh.*l-tr*«. JJfa - W#j) 
lloallli Fonil Htow, H27 Main W«it, 

7,i:i-n:iil. 

WlIULJOliAt.L l»*r for wal*. Cii.Uini 
cuttlntf, iloiihla wrapp«' " -" 
Umk.r. phniia 71:1-41111 ■! 



AHfAhXiiUU tMl will ci.ia. Jun. 



.KC l'onilla imjiiil.4. aU.i atud aarvlo., 
whlla nr allv.r. Kr.* trim and path. 
Will lioard your iloir whlla Vim vaca- 
tion. KimUrly 43a.plH4 — 43n-M.Hl. 



T(IY CillllllAlltlAll, uhwa out prlc** 
IWt hlnmllliiM, r.al.l.r.il ityck, 
imppla* ami «rnwii dniii. tltiul a.rv. 

If. 7:ii-uniu. 

TiTAlll' How training your hiinllnu 
p. i In. r. Top flald ami dhow atnrk of 
iiilar hr.ailii. Jaannla'a I'.l illbop, 
'-II, U(l-264S. 



Waml .ll. Mll-L!f.*H. 

TJlUl'Tc A I, fi>)>, jilanta, froi.n f.c.l, 
l'arak.cla mid »ihui1Im,_E6S 7lh Avo- 



h K.tt 



ITKi.liiNIi OtJTI i^klliil'.'au. SUaTrnT. 
ahl*. l>r**il*r alartiiiu, a uood liny, 
Ca.ll.ford Kamial., llnhl f.ai.'JO'Jl. 

A ICC luiiiillnh th'th'teei' I'lfiiluli, rham- 
plnnahip at. irk, t, moiilhi. I'tinna 
M70. ni.r. 



tll-KClALl lialllnu nut. lUiflilar.'l T 
Ctiihiialnu*, Via wlill. tli 
71.1-iHHIl, 7.in-"Jl 1". M6 M.dl. 



Int. 



l)i:\(!f,K 1'upplrui Ah.i 
UlllUni I In. nl. inn lii 



UlllUni I in. nl. inn i;. n iuUI.-iv liiiv 

TIJV llo.ti.li llnll.luu piu.iilua. i'l 'Jn.l 
_KvomiiMVr b l. 

Livestock Wantod 114 



Vor Prompt 

REMOVAL 

-at-Dca.d-u.lid -Uj/jIojui— 



LIVESTOCK 

1'IIONK COLI.KCT ' 
Twin Valla 713-finlts-.mfl.nm llurUy 

IDAHO HIDE 
& TALLOW CO. . 



AppHanco & HH Equip. 120 



We Now Have l^nnoua 

-ttfNDSAY 



WATER SOFTENERS 

W RENTALS for $3.50 
per month, 

* PURCHASE new nutom&tlo 
Lindsay for $10 per month. 

SERVICE and PARTS 

for all models. 

CAIN'S 

Iftirnlture ami Appliance 
Twin Fftlln 



ltKI'Of Hl^HHlllN l Aliiunt iiaW IICA 

Whlilpool W.ili.r-Dry.r ennil.tiia- 
- tlon. NiitHluii down, aadlni. iiaym«|ita 

of 12n.Hl psr miinlli. Naw warranty. 

M A V klaotrlc, 441 Main liUiil. Upon 

l-'rl.lay* llll Nln- 



\Vi:;i'l'INI.ll(lU!li; TWINK Wa*h*r ami 
firynr, ftutti for lUtl.fjl. Only fO.fifl 
il'iwn, li.'Jfi ptr wiiflk, MAY Hl.c 
Irlr, 441 Main Kail. Uptn Vrl.layi 

'ill n - 



W Kll'I'INIillOlllii; .krtrli. ranua. . 
r. I knt riimlitlnii. Call Tln-fllUl, * 
ulna-* or w»*k-*inU. 747 J-'aJk Av*i 
Wtnt. 



ilKI'DIiJUHiilLl* v.ciiiinii, aamma haL 
aura amall nuiiithly payminU, 711 

lir.nn, 



titiitit mini r.frlu-.raKira, and i 

W'altrr'* Fiirnltiit* ami Appilan 
4B1 Mali) lO.il. 



Furnlluro A HH Gooda .22 

BNAKR RIVER AUCTION 
», JU)« Kvary ilalnr.lay 11 A.W. 
CALL 133-711141 

Vr«* Vli klip of tlaUahla Tl.ni* 
1U7D Hlmlitrly llna.l 
Ua«l fiirnltiir* antra op*n *v*ryilay 



SPOT OM11I 
yor ynrnlluia — AppllalKM — 
Thlnui of Vain. 
BANNER EURNITURK 
137 ^uit Avpihi. W ra t 733-1421 



BUV— BELL — TRADE 
Anvlhliii/ of Valua 
WEST HIDE VURNlTUnE 
602 4lh AvBiiua Wtut 7al-a04l 



.l,WINi; marl.in*; air rim.Utloii.r i"if7- 
Inu ri'i.in rhulr; id. I ro.a iluvriwi ami 
chair; idil' ai.lli! Walnut hail ; lal.N 
mad* out of Itahy (iraml pl.'il.i. Ord.i 
t Ilium. Cull l.ffnia lo a.m„ 71i:i-HH7fi. 



■ ..ff.r » 

" funiliiir.. 
rnflnl-liliiu, 



. ... .-..UlldlllU. 

.•lunliiu;. V'r.. .ml- 
• 7.m.7lll. 



Vacuum Cleaners 



n.palr all .mka.j anppll,^, |(„„v.r 
l.al.* ami H.rvlr.. Cm.r lllu. l.aka*, 
auil-Avamia-Kaal. 7.11.|n;7, ,i 



IIIIY. 11.11 or ti miU,. l:a.|, /or n.-il fur. 

I'lluia, Mppllanri* or anything ol 
. vain*. Kiiiil llaruatii Canlar, UU 
I'oi'tlf ll i.iailwuv, fi41-lHll. 

ami i.i.llrw.. |U0.0B, t.rnu 
ltau*, 7:i:i.»i4n, 

Vv r A7RVaCll I (i.io.l li.„| fur.iltlir. ami 

aiijilUiif,,, Jfl M h«i prim. May.* 

l-n riilliii->, 

<i I >ni> iua,l d.v.nn .ml .hair, >3ll i 
•lln. II. **l. 121. MVS fllh Av.iili. 

*' ' 7Jll.Uf,U(l 



UN , I'l.YWIMIII imruhW wanhoh. 
Mil" wl.l.. (Inly lill.Uft. llBilllar Yut< 
- 7:iH-1431. 



llKl,lI7.FTf-oaintw..d i(, u .;, (aynn niuir, 
— B»U'.-Iin.US.-AUu-»iitlUhU ln-ya.il. 
' -"- " Vuriiltura, 7ia-1421. 



' •nr. Da ii ii* i . 



WliUI.L Mil. It, aw4*i cr.am. Wa n l- 
(Ira.n iltamiK. Aiidarwin'a .Dairy, 7U4 
I'ark Avamia, plimi. 7a:i-f.0H!l. 



Shrubbery-Plantfc-Bulba 1 36 



illNT-I !lB;ijUi; : fiaraliluma. .... 
dn«*.ll I'.tlinlu.. 1'aii.l.i. anil Marl- 
a-nlila, *tr. HOc anil llSn par iliix.n, 
t:itv Fliiral. 121 7lh Hti-xt ttnulli. 



jMItcellariooUg For Sale 140 



Outdoor Supply 
SALE! 

JUNE 26 - JULY 2 
July 4ih SpoduH 

HUDB1SR BOATS 

$10.0 r> and up 
3-man nunnisn hoat 

RtlT. S'JO.«0 SPECIAL $31.05 
TENTS 
51.05 and lip 
Mnrtlc Valley Tent CenU-r 
Bee Kappd.'i for all 
lyiwii imtl nl:'.cn. 

- July 'itli Spucinl ! 

SLEEPING 13AGS 
(7.05 ami up 
See Maulc Vallcy'n Lnrncst. 

~ ■aicoplllK-Wfth"' Block. 

AIR MATTS 

$i.nn ami up 
RAIN WHAR — 

KUDBER BOOTH — 
Water proof CANVAS TARPS 

MAQIC VALLEY'S 
DISCOUNT CENTER 
For nil your camping 

nml outdoor noecinl 

H. KOPPEL CO. 

"YOVa OUTDOOR 
DISCOUNT CENTER" 



STEEL 

te Hi, ami ui> 
KOPPEL'S DISCOUNT 
CENTER 
Ul Il.tnml Av.nn. Ilonlh 7311-7441 



liAUllKN tiactur co mpl eta wllfi il 
*'Hi(|im*[it, aliiunt n*w, chaapl Call' 
opy fur '/j-Uni jilrknp, nislal lop 
Jltnck rack for '/j-U/ii nick up, <\« 
aliinail 1<> haul horun. \Wi Cliuvrol.t 
"i -l(Hi plrkun, run* u"»d. Alnnnt new 
Jnhn II*. r* likv pilar with wlllionl 
ii)»ii,r. llilwu*-litr»lU.ji niotiir*. 

lUr.l UMi; 2411 motor coinpUla. Twn 
2 'J il n-cyllmlnr Willy* Iduck ananiit- 
Idle, ralmlhl tlum 1 llruval Itapalr, 
•Jlfi Idaho lllr.*t, (iin.dliitf, 0.34-4412, 



Ullhll tliioi* mid arraun ilunm. All *h< 
• ml type* Mvullahlc. Low bh ( _ 
Bach, edition* lliillillni/ Ihlpply, llnhl 
— phona (,43-41(12 i Twin— plum. 731. 
7314. 



lint !IA!,H Ilalllcraftcm Mo. 1.1 1IX-1H1 
r*c.lviir. HO-10 nmlor iiand*; alx. 
lUlllfcrafler* It - 47 *p D ak>tr. Imlli 
liracllrally naw. I'hona 4;!II-41M 
■'■ ■ .4fln'J, It n | " 



MOVlNlii H.llliiu i,il.c.ll..i.imi. fiitiH- 
UK., hum* Ham*. I'l.tu.. ll.iulU 
wai|,ar - tlrycr. 2in AildUon Knit, 

'1.1,1-HBTO. 



A I II cnill.KIl llaat cu.iilmi* at a[i«- 
clal low prlc** for iiiinmar drlvhiK 
AUhotl'a Ailto Elnpply, IMI Br. I Av*. 
mi. W«»t. 



I) ttl.; I) truck wh**U: u** tank*) aad- 
•II* tHiik*; Mil wha.lii truck hail*, 
Twin fall* Kqillpm*nt Culiipaliy, 
■131.4130. 



UtIKll iMtauraiit inat*rlal I Uvani, larua 
r.frlu.ralon, lU.p fry*!*, toaituia, 
dLliWB4h*m mi.t alnk*. Call (41-440J 
llnhl or 7a;t.7-4l4. 



Kill HAI.K-l wld* alila Ch*vorl*l Vj- 
ton ldrknii l.na, |7A. Alan 13 .l*ht 
hnl* 111" Clu.vr.ilol flat liana wha*)*, 
llfl aa*h. Call 71IH-3fl7H, 

DUAI'KIUKH: Cnmplm* ilraiiliiii 
parlnianl. l.arua mjlmllini. Wa lint. 11, 
Call ii* for frsa •■itltnatp*. Cain'*, 
731-7111. . 



llt'lCtlltATINII pi-uhNmiT l.al I/ll.r- 
laiimi'a h.lp Vim lirlulilin a' prohl. 
rixim. Kraa ri.niinltalloii. l/llarlmon 

Jdnim.. na4-r.mii 



WiTTTiT^W iniAliKii, t>Hn tip. til*.* io 

114", odd «U.-* cut fr... All M, U. 
Kliitf lllmc^ ami Klnu'i In I.ynwnoil 

_ Hlm pplnu- Cdilcr, ; 

V'ltKK. loair or r. vp. I afrai.iiwui.r or 
rant *t*ctrln uliamiiiio.r for only II 
Ii tr tiny With iiiurliaaa nf llllla I.m- 

^ jr.. Kraiin*;;*. , 

M A < J uTVA 1 .NKV'li l.aillnii farm >IU- 
romit alor««. Karm A Lilly Dl.trll.- 
iilliiif, Inc., Twin ValU-lliirl. 



^hlTlUAI, li.ia In Hinit.t* M. rial 

lurk i I amall carn^iiy trali>>u.]'huii. 
7K1..1U4S. 



Hill'niAllKH. fiH.t Inckaia, trunk*, llll 
wuna, p.) 1. 1 ilfl**. lUd'a TradliiK 



HI'.I 1 of lali.l.tn taa* M)lli'*, lira* 

wh N |i Ini'lud-l. i-'.Ki'«p(limBlly iiihhI 
ah ap.. fall MIMMH. llnhl. 
llXlT Kir? miBtilnjf ami r*hulldlni|. 
H^aa, 18U0 KlmUrly Hoa.l, lit-Utt. 



mm 733-HfirlH. 
IKtlK. "I'. ran n a I 

.'.irr , ,l|i ">-'' wim.*, 

Clnh. Hmllh Jark;w 



■ nun 



MUcellan eoua Wante d 1 1*;| 

WAN'J'klJJI UiUKl ua.it, on. -yiit,J,7~T 
''""I' t>U.i 



Will* I)|h 
Fr»nk^ I'm Illy, Charl.4 

want k'umI a-whMi "t t ,n„ t ^-r~ 

wh**U, Will pay 130. I'!,,,,,, 



WILL lIlJV nr U 
■kla, voir itliih*, 

» * » Italia, Ufl Hii».iinn7'u-' 



WANT HI " in huy i Marrury" "wii^i 
control*. C all 7;t:i-7Jm, tU„ j 
r AfJ J i'Kll l Imi nil in ro, Bppil.iKH - ^;' 
thing of vain*. Call 733-17U, ' 



Heating Equipme nt 

V.liini ii.«i 

wlt}( .l^li.r. Mali* i 
Ha* al 1B73 Kllxub.tl, , 
I1U1B. 



144 



1ITI I Ii HUM ATIU parlor furnttM "i"vl 
your il.al.r, J. I,. M..ii.lr.|(,n til 
Mil Av.nua Waal, nlmn. 13|-<IH 



Camorai-Photo Su pply ]jj 

Juirr iiiccr;ivKi>i OvT7*7rnr^777^ 

l.conl.<l tap... I4.06-IS.JS. l|„„7 
on down to Hi. Cam.ra C.al.r T* 



S porting Goodi 



HKI,I, or trail, for rpullly nn, 
X|lllpln*ull Modal 13 Irni.un * f \ 

llyilro-ciill IUf)l),0(), HrnwiiU, Auu 
12 ut.nu". with 2 irU (i f vtntilnJ 
harr-U »,„> ran* IW.OO. Ji. ffl i n|ll4 
fllTC 117(1.00. 7,-in.flHig, ' 



Boati For Salo 



W 



WATER 
SOrj'ENER 

A naw hradil of lloat, hullt If t,\u 
mil.. llw*«l ill' II n n a Unit wlla tl 
naw Cull Wliitf lift .Uil B n. [Jl» 
Jackal, lliirk.t lU.tlntf ami il 
flli.ru lad. hull. Clmm* t,am I 
huiil*!*. (nIhi.i.I and outfxiaiJ. U 

"tIIOUOAND GPniNOfl 
MARINA 
( at flliuar'a) 
tl rln if In ynnr luial mnlnr now aaj 
hav* Il cooipl»laly tiju«.| up If out 
nt our two factory tiihitd m*- 
chanlc*. 

BUD & MARK'S 

117 Mali. Kii.l Twlu Fill* 

Kvlni ' 



tinliM 



AUTl) a 



.1 Marina liuiipl* a" 1 * 
Vltr. flitCulloch anil J.ilniiiiii 
innliira. i; U ivlrr on ill mat... 
DEA N MO'I'OH COMPANY 

JhT:~Tiy;Wi Koran 'hkl-lllnl II'. il 

hnrbrpovvcr Kvlniuil* main*. I«r uk 
or liailr. Will Had. for (aMidr.j 
trallar or will aril for ruh. HUi. 
Ufa Jark.U, svarylliliiif. lUiumatli. 
Call 7f-S-2IIU (art* ru.l. 701) ^tl. 
-aila— Aah-fnr-llalpiWVauBhl 



Villi HAI.lui \T «!*»• l«al, II kaiM* 
power motor ami trailer. |U0 oil 
or will taka ol.l.r |'tcku]i ai Hit 
paynivnl. Nc 111 Waililimlim C.wu, 



(.(Kill 14' fUlilnit iMiat an 1 trtlkf 
Blaaaail Imtloni and atMrlni 
1'iiima 42.'J-AI14, Klmharly, 



Motorcycles 



ISO 



llAHCAlN: M.lalllc Illn. 1«| 

lluntluy In iacll*nl tomllllnn. IW 
Arnnl.I. 406 Cliarlea llrown Itotl, 

Klmliriv. — . 

TlllllMrUII, Tohalau'*, Ttavtl * Fji* 
Trallar IIouim. H*. at I In* UlJ* 
Cyc l. lihop. 1 1 IB Ulna t-al"* ''"'i- 
TIXlTllWlrJ trallcycl. 0-1' '''"%'V., 1 ,* 
u.mil rundltlon. |3Sfl. l'hoii* IM 41 "' 
S-llar 



Vl I II VlAf.Kl m* ll»A. 400 ••■ "A 

7ii3.mn:i. — 

AI.K-HTATt: IBM! nioiiircveh). ' n 
flOt). l'lmn* 733.(1302 



Acco»«orteg and Kepjjj lJjj 



KA1IT a.n.1 dap.nilald* iar»l« «■ "J 
t.i.k*a .ml tmultl car. ami ImiH 
Huh Una* Mi. lor (.nmpaliy : 



TUN I'. Ul' - •"■'"r n "VTiSf 
,.rwlc* hv /aotory iraliic.l Win. «» 
rany H ulck-Olila, .7:t.Vjn jj^. - 

•mnr^nTr" v-i.ni i«"=irir^si« <" 

|r*. Union Mntoia. Inc. 



Pickup Camper* 



1W 



Kamp Away 
Pickup Campers 

Kqulppeil With «lnV, led »»f. 
■tove. Bloopd * ottSit - 

ONLY $999 

$290 down 

CAELESON'S 



ICAMr-AWAY OAMWW 
Al |,«..IM< l"l;«' , 10 

:-1:,;;kiw* a». »„»»• 

a.ta MAHUl'AOTtlW-M 

■-, rr-, ifcS 

.,,,1 C....I. Blnjl O.i,. .»■ >.. 

tinuH. Illhlli.n" " " 

[liili.rt 



Mobil. Horn.. 



WE irAVE a 

MOUH.E HOMtfl 
PIOKUP OAMI'EIIB 

Any >U. °. 

"B" MOTOljS 
t,„ah n,„.aw«-iii-«" 



Monron HoWiA'iS 
couNTHV oowira 

Vl.y «r..un.l - H» 
All roiiv.ul.' 18 -. 





■11 

Let June Classified Ads Help Earn That Extra Summer Vacation Money! | 

JU Homw 194 Truck. 1S& Automobile, For^U 300 Automobll.t J„ S«U 200 AulomoblUs For Sal* 200 Automobll.i For Sal* _ 200 L " - ~ ' "™ 



AMERICAN 
-s, Mobile H"" 1 " M O""' 

' u It'a Name 

NEW MOON 

-The Nation's Beat Seller" 

SOUTHERN IDAHO'S 
COMPLETE 
MOBILE HOME CENTER 

galea, Service, Parts and 
Supplies 

BAKER'S 

MOBILE HOMES 
„„„_i i'r<— - r.to i> 

F.l.mllr H.rvlo- 
,|| »J.ll..m W~l '»■"» 

FREE! 

Wt will Inntall an Easto-Llft' 
MUftliwr hitch FREE with 
. the purchuui of any 

Between now and July 3rd . 

Wb Iih-vb tile bent Refection of 
ne* vocation trallcra In tho 
valley. 

SIMPSON'S 

MOBILE HOMES 

Rupert 430-03fifl 

Arc You 
Particular? 
If So . . . 

FLEETWOOD — NASHUA 
or BILTMORE 
Mobile Homtin Are 
Madji For Yout 

Bc«' Them. Today At . . . 

Nutty Northraps 

SNAKE RIVER 
, TRADING CENTER 

1110 KlmWly Una,, Twin Fall. 



THIS WEEK'S 
SPECIAL 
$1995 

lOfifl Liberty 
8x40', 1 bedroom 

"B" MOTORS 

butb Itrflailway lluhl 5.S-.S»T 



II 1 I'ltAinVill ltnu«, -KB-lU.il ti-: 
Hi. n. Hun nl n if watar. Ilahl., _ 
i,,iv«, lea .mix, raal uoml rul.W. U.iy 
Hl.*i.w«nl, w..l of Twin ValU ' 



lioi.H.H luiMKHt it.ii.ir. — r»>u — 

SuppliM— Acc-aidr.*.. ILk.r'a Mn- 
MU llnmM, 4 1 J A.l.lUmi WnI, Ithniii 



5..AVKL trall.ra ~ Cntnvit — ilulilU 
bnmu. flllv.r lltr-j.k — T,rry — 
ll.il. N.w ■ iu-1. W* trail'. II * W 

Hal.., ar.n Oi 



~ • tiU. AUo n.w I ... 

■ala. tU* at Oram 



. ilU.ITA, 1UHB 1U' tratval Irall.r, < 
>U*\y ..If B»nUin«l. II*. 11 pullwl 
Lt than aOJl mil... IIOUI.. 1,11-1 Uf. 



fiill KENT. H-w 14' Uli. 
Uak. rM.rv.tIon twiw I ID* Taylo 
1(3 -3 II 1J. 



. Wno.ly fl.al, 471 A.I- 



tVIM. TUADK 

3 Wlro. 

41 80. 

HS.iV u 1 iiUuu. .«lr.<Mmt.ti>*J. tilu. 

UkM Trallar Court. 



Trucks 



PICKUPS 

PICKUPS 

PICKUPS 



1055 CMC 1/0-ton 

d-cyllntlor, 4-iii.ood, lontf 
whenlbose. 

1957 FORD F-100 
(•cylinder/ ■i-iipood, wide box, 

1057 IHC D-100 < 
C-cyllndor, 3-nrnwd. 

1050 IHC B-110 
9-cyllndnr, 4-npeed, wide box. 

1061 DODGE 
8-cyIlnder, 4-npood, loinf**"* 
whenlbaiHi, wldo box. 

1961 IHC VB 
4-npeed, louu; wheolbiuie, 
wide box. 

11161 GMC V-G 
4-npeed, wide box. 

1DG2 DODGE V8 
4-apood, camper cover. 



McVEY'S 

III lt.l Av.nu. WmI lll-ldlB 



— 60 — 

NEW nml USED 
TRUCKS 
In mock 
Truck' Wrecking 

BOB & JOHN'S, Inc. 

•OTKIWATIONAli TOUOKU 

.liltthway 30 Emit 
"Al.DWlCM, — 480-1881 



7on.ni til,- mi.l VhwL. K 

^11.1111.1.1. in.ijoii mll»-»i> r.! 
.VL»l^(f,M). ilMH-niH7; HI.t. 



tlllnb, tl-t"ll, fi^f-.l 

i..h 11. l"vti|« fiiir ilium) i.«i. 

^J!!ji^l_!' l' UH-tSHR, Uon.Ul 

, ' »*unii7 uh.vrul.t l.l.wuil 
V i'«ii««.l, inns. 1411 fiih 

tarHSr 

' J | , l,u i mm. l^ 



-5: 



GLEN G. JENKINS 
CHEVROLET 
Tip Top 
TRUCK TRADES 



1U0S TN-ncuN'L 'i-TON 

(■•(«(. 111. i.lrkilt.. Vkl mniar, 
lr.in.mU.li.il. lugUliiv 

r..r .uli.; n..<L Uil. law 

l..lr. i.f ONI.V (UUS 

1IHI1 FOlUi '.0-TON 

I^.iiir w| lr .IU*- VWI.1,1.- 
fli-bii|r. 11.,-vlin.Ur luainr, 4. 

tr. L.l»», •r..ll«, 

i>..w imliil .. ||,iys 

ItlfiO C1MC \a-TONT 

I^itm wl.„ll.... VI«i.UU 
lifrltuji. Vfl nuilnr, i-.h-.d 
lnniai.il.yl.>)), n.w J-lau. 
l>»l»l - ^ -. tUul 

iu5o intkhntj >;'-ton 

Ijniii w)).«ll,.>. flrkili. with 
■..0.1 )..ir.. rank. (l-r/lliuUr 
t.n.K>r, ( -.1,^.1 li.n.hila.lim, 
- onl/H'J.nlill-.rlilal tnll,., (In. - 

own.r — 

1057 OMO <G-TOM 

I-nitf wliMll.au* I.Iolllli, 
rvlli.ii.r mnuir, 4-*.w-l (r*».- 
ihUhI.iii. V.ry nin. |?U4 

10113 CHEVHOLET 3-TON 

Tru«k. a«. t "Hnl .xl-. r..l 
»(- H | B.lf.Mjt) tlr«. Hl-ECIAL 
TH1H WKKK iflUt 

USED TRUCK CENTIOR 
FOR MAGIC VALLEY 



QMO THUOICS — IN JEROME 

LEE PONTIAC 

H"i.:ku1- 1., -.11 .... ..|.... U.h turn, 

V>-toii il.txlil. Ch.vrol.t . lilnklip, 
C,oi>.\ cnnillll.nu Client I Kr.il Mini- 
ron, A.tfiuw W.r*liiiu««, nan Vmul 
lltr«t,-nl.r, UIwmii H .ml f,, wi.k- 
•I.V4. IlliU (ii (iI.hb 11 a..,,., J mi. ao. 
1. at tlm- nf 



tilt haTTi!! luf.j .hi-:hi i;mc, ■ 

li.lnt Jul., 0^11 II r«. (i-a. lar .| tr.ii.- 
HiImIoii, J-«p«.I r.ar .ml. K.a.ly to 
Work. 1'h.ih. J.riitiia, 
rail I.' >eflii at ft'Jfl N..rtl. D.vU. 



INTKKNATICINAI. lU:.ft tiuck, a tun 
A-midd.!, 2.ai>*<-.l, voo.l nilil..r. Kxr»\ 
I. nt r<. million. IImu 1(1' Hdillfl.r W.I 

i.iniiiiuui. i>i...i» 4:ia-jH:i(i, Mur 

t.irrfh. l'l.ll Mrl.itnrf. 



Aulomobllei For Sal* 300 



GOODING BARGAINS 



1003 


BUI01C 
Htallim w..i>n. 


•2205 


Ml 


ciiKvnoCWr 

I-<I.Hir. KlaiKUrd ti 
alnn. 


tur.o 


\M1 


FORD 

F.lrl.o* tii<l.ir. r.L».l 
Ir.iimU.lnii, 


•1300 

■ til 


im 


TIIUNDKIlllIUD. Fl.lv 

UlW trtll^M*. 


•nos 

r-l>liii. 


msa 


OlIEVHOLteT 

^•lolt tll.ltltp. 


•005 


10.5 


FORD 
^.loii vlcbui'. 


•00 


1049 


^•Iiiii pl.kun. 


(M 


1053 


INTERN'L. 
9-ton. ICiilr. fll.an. 


I'lOO 


1051 


CAMPKIl 
Willi bi.llt-Et.Ji. 


HOOD 



B0 OTHER CARS 
nml TRUCKS to 
CnOOSE..EROM_ 

HARBAUGH 
MOTOR GO., Inc. 

GOODING, IDAHO 



BETTER 
BUYS In 
BUHL 

J9G3 CORVAIR ' ?21B0 



10GS FORD $1895 

Ciuloiu tuilur Italian. Vfl, Forilo- 



1902 FORD 

1'lmml.riilril conii.. r.nlory .li 
(llllolla.l. All powar a.|llllil>a.l. 



?289B 



COMMERCIALS 

1902 FORD ?1B4S 

Kalcnii W-Hiin plnkilli. l-eyllm.fr. 
atlrk »hlfl. Vnry, vary claan. 

1UB1 INTERN'L $1,195 

J- tun traotur ami HI' *miil-li*H*r. 
Ktill »lr. fioo.1 mtilt*!*, tnml to 

MAGIC VALLEY 
MOTORS 

"ColiUii JluU Cli.vrol.t D.iUr" 



DAY or NIQIIT SICIIVIC1C 



.M Bill- lit roiKllllon, n.w ..mine. C... 
1,. i.n 11 at 1IMU Mali). Htr-sl, Twin 



wall.. r..U<>, i.atvr, i>nw*r "-"'"if. 
."tm..ali<> li aiiimUilo.i. Ul-miv. • 183- 

la-ift'TtRii'. "mCtoU DO.. (jtioiiTWiT. 

Horn* (if Hi. i.m.nif OK m«'l r"'* 
,,,.1 tttirk.. AUo Mil* .11.1 t.rvle^ 



(1M t- 
IfiHW, IU67 .Vail 
Ovut.Illvi'. ...t I 
ir.n.l.r Nofth. 1 



t -flail H. 



" tliiai-pl 
, UUfi. Uil '0»- 



MA11H! V.II.Y Mot;.... *■•». T" " "1 " 
will) hlulii-a gualllv. l..W*«t prlc* W 
U,.;\ r*M. U»l)|. BiB-mil. 

„,ui... m» t»l |«»w*r, 4^t>w.l..UoH. 
Haul »l..v|.. «4-'i4M. J«ww»- 

('..*, «.a Mali. Nu rtl.. 7»M»Mr 



far r«»ttr f.n- M. B |* V.ll'l 



I!...! "iimmlui'n \Wi fi" 
.ll.hUa rivina fll-OBU. 



CARLESON'S 
COMPACTS to 
CADILLACS 



I960 CADILLAC 

» 1.. ,l.i U .4-- I, ,.,„-!. or 
4-.lt.nr. wlih or w|lh...ll 
•lr r.jiiJll(.,)) f „a, All On*, 
■r. v.ry rl..„, rot.il.Ul.ly 
rl»rkt.l out, than warrant- 
•■I (..r your ..ll.f arilo,.. 

1057' CADILLAC ?00r» 

Uril.n I),Vlll. |,i -..on... 
lU.ni.1 i-on.UlIn,,. I Ju .k It 



CO.MPACTS 

10(13 LEMANB Cotipn 
30113 NOVA coupe 

1002 MON'/.A iioduil 

1003 VOLKSWAOEN < 
1002 METKOIl 4-tloor 

1002 •ME'iicon -a-door 

Tliey'rn priced rlifht 
• and Hliurpl 



1959 BUICK $1105 

Kl.oU. t-lnor h.r.lloi. 
(Ian. V.ry nka lti.1.1. an.) 



1059 FORD. 

Cmiiiliy nail 



$005 

OH. All. 



NO DOWN PAYMENT 

(wltli .ii|in.v..l cv.4lt) 

'SO mTIDE cnupfl JtSOS 

•68 PLYMOUTH wntton $308 

'67 HTUDE Rffdiin $30K 

•65 OLDS nniliin $105 

'65 I'LYMOUTII wntfan $105 



. PICKUPS 
•SO DODGE Vfl 4S-npe«d i005 
'U5 JEEP drive $505 

CARLESON'S 



WHY 
PAY 
MORE? 



'01 CHEVROLET 

.-.Imir ...!■■>. Ha.lla, haatar, 

.utomallo Ita >L.I»i>, VU 

allBlna. 

$1596 
"59 CHEVROLET ' 

.hIm. aa.lan. Ila.llo, li.ataf, 
■ Ull<l.r<l ttall.iol.aiiin. 

$895 

•68 FORD 

}'.i,iU>r aailan. liailln. liaalar, 
alamlar.l Irau.inU.l.iii. Ci.u. 
lilaialy tivarliaulwl. 

$095 

■fil BUICK 

4-.l..i.r. Ilailln| haalar, alaml. 
ar.l u.„.„,i.. „„. 



COMMERCIALS 

•58 CHEVROLET 

* - ny 1 1 mUr, 4 • ..insil, Inns 
wliH.ll.ai., A-l f.oiuUlliin. 

$095 



•58 GMC i/j-ton 

I'lakup. i-i [)**<!. 



$805 
"55 CHEV 2-ton 

3-*|ia«<l, E-a|i*«.t, l.SS front, 
0.00 rtar tlrM, Id' atock rack. 

$12-15 

' RICE 
CHEVROLET, Inc. 

JEROME 

100 lloulli Lincoln VI S3...III 



Bulclc MILRANY Olds 
Action Cornei-H 

VALUE-RATED 
USED CARS 



1053 JICEP (300B 
WA CON KICK I.«lmir. 4-wl.r«l ilrlv., 
i-.illo, t1r.au* liautor, .utomailo 
(re.-whn.ll.itf W.rn liulia, off lil U H- 

7r? y |lT.l' a'lo'nil " 

JPflfl UUIOK IDOS 
I,.11A1IU1-: 4-.U>or. Aiitomalln Iran.. 
IiiImIoii, I..1U., .taliina liaalar, I«)w.r 
Kl.#rliiif. i>.iw.r l.iak.4, OH* uw.i.r. 



1|IB0 FORD riOS 
V.irJur Country lla.lan Ht.tU.nw.B- 
mi, H Liu!, nl liai.u»ilM>loii wltti 



1057 I'LYMOUTII *130 
a-.d.nr liar.lfoi.. Jia.llti, U**ter, uw 
toniall* tr.iitml.ila.i. A aU*l. 

SPECIALS 

COMPANY DKMONBTUATOIt 
Like How with full fuotory 
win' runty. 
IlUroiC tlpcoltilii, LoSubre. 
Wlldciilii, Eleotru 325, Hlvlonm. 

OLDHMOllILE F^-llfi. J«t- 
gtar fill, Dynamic aft. Ninety 
Elubt. 

SAVE UP TO $1000 
On Home of Uieso bemitloal 

Bulclc MILRANY Olds 

■OS Iml Av.i.ll* Norlli, Twin ValU 
.1-K.nia 7,l:i-H7UI 
(Ul.-i.i.n'i Horn* l'li.ni... 
Al H.flUitr 7S.1-7SM 
il.'li I..ll.«m MJ-HHt 
Wayii* Jirh in.il n, llil|>.rt 4311-HSnl 



Ohrynler — Plymouth — Vailuiili 
'u* a ml IHnltf* truck*. Dlt.ft 
*»V .l..l.r. IJiiv. . Illtl. .ml 
, a lot. lUrUuidi Molor «<■.. 

.nllHtf, I.latio. 



SHOP! 
at 

DODGE CITY 

600 niork 2nd Avenue Boulh 

DO 1X3 E - CHUYBLEH - 
I MP*. Ill AL 

'62 FORD GuJaxIo 

KoiJor, tta.l|.,, h.at.r. '3i>n' 



XXTJtA HHAKl'l 



... $iri03 



•CO PLYMOUTH Fury 

4-,loor i.il.li. K.illo, h.al.i 
T..i>iii.nil. tr.iuiitU.lini, V 



'63 FORD Galnxio 

Tu.l.fr. It.ill... hi..t.r, ir.3 VI 
•tiplii.. 4-.|....l n. H .r ..lift, 
m.nno .ctu.i „,|],.. o..« ow». 

•r. Kxtia «1>. i i> I 

„ .^$3308 

'60 IMPERIAL Crown 

4-.lo.ir har.lt.it. »*<1an. ll.dlo, 
h..tar, T..ro,,i.rill. tr.iwmla- 

1.1. Ue*, *- w **' l" ,w *' r ""'"l 

air conilltloiili.V. •Ut.mi.llo 
*i I Int. Many olli.r antra.. J.t 
(nark rluUli, wl.ll. l..ll...r 



Mll.4. KXTItA HIIAKI'1 



$3405 



'62 CHEV BIflciiyno 

J^lotir. lta.Ho, h.at.r, VI n- 

lift} 'nt uwli.r. NjlfVr " 
$1605 

•CO CHEV Imprilu 

Hanlloj. rotii... Itaillo, h.al- 
r^ak«."a*4R VH'Vn'ih'ia, ^Va" 



Kll.l. 



i.i.iU* 



whit* 



VXTTY[IaT1. 1U5H. Motor an.l tr. 
hiU.lnli ou.irliauU't. lUtr. won. I II 
1.111(1. Call J-rom. RI4-1IH1. 'I'V 
ii'WK,- i»i.i,~B9*«l'-"n.iltton. luK. 



with l.U rk trim, r->4 a tut 
wl.ll. liil.Hor. whit, wall 
Him. Uir-I ,,.w e.r tr-.U- 
In. I.ow mIIm. KiclUnt 
rotl.lltl.Hl. 

„ #1705 

'61 PLYM Valiant 

4-.loor a^l.ti. ^oiiomy «-.yl- 
Iml.r .111/ 1 in, Torqn.fllt. 
traiumU.lon, A-l paint an.l 
lnt.il lor. oti. nwn.r, naw ear 
tr.d^lil. It.al u.uxl tlrM. 
Y..r. at iUi>.ii.tal>la •.rylc. 
l.ft In tkl* car, 
JUST :™J0B5 

'CI BUICK Special 

4iliHir .tallcin W.BOII. A Vaal 

tlmall .nmomlc'al ' *VH an«in<! 
Va. aavlntf atall.Ur.l trail. - 
mU.lo.i. On. ow.i.r, li.w c.r 
traila-ln. H..II.I color, K<hm] 
tltM. ra.llo, I.Ml.r. 
NOW $1005 

'61 CHEV Impnla 

i-.luor ...laii. Itaillo, haatar, 
VR ..mill., iHrw.r it«riiitf, 
1'ow.ftfli.i.. Ucal on. ow.i- 

• r. Hli.rji. 

„ $1705 

•01 PONTIAC TcmpoHt 

4-.loor atallon wauoii. Itaillo, 
Ii.at.r, ilamlaril tr»n»nit»- 

• loii. local n. w oar Iraila-ln. 
ONLY $1105 

'60 MERC Montoroy 

4xl.>or ...tan. Itaillo. li.at.r, 

imw.r alaarliiil, |u>war IirakM. 
j.t-al n.w car trad.-ln. It.al 

!.!".".'. ^ |130ft 

'58 PLYM 4-door 

t!..Ull. It.illn, VB .null.*, 
To r<i n ■ ft I la Ir.n.iiiL- 

car ' tra.lo.'ln, 2-l.ni» 'wlilta 
nml Htflit itr.*ii., u.mhI tlrM. 
An .kcalUnl (ai.llly car. 
„ „ ..-$805 

'57 DoSOTO 4-door 

U^Un, VS anvlii., Tortma* 
fill. tran.iiiUiiUtii, radio, 
tiaat.r, v<xxl tlrM. U-tnn. flti- 

I.h. Hun. v.ry good. A «ujhJ 

family ear. 

: $305 



'67 FORD Fordor 

VS. Cu.Loi>t 100. Ita.llo, haat- 
ar, Ponlomatlo traiumlmlon, 
tu to. i. flnlili. ».k„1 tlrw. A 
■ traltfht uiiotl mmiliitf fam- 
ily n»r. Local owiur. N.w 
ear tiaj.-lu. 

JUflT „ $405 

76 USED CARS 
TRUCKS AND PICKUPS 

HERE TO BERVE YOU 
Jolmle Boyd — , Joa Butler 
Kenny Moon 
Phono 733-4.4.13 ■ 

BOB REESE 
MOTOR CO. 

Hod II lock 2n,I Av.mi. Hontli 
Dotlu. ~ Chry.Ur — ]ni|.*rlal 
I)o.lu. Tmeka 
i'lion. Naw D.lit. 781-mi 



GLEN G.JENKINS 
CHEVROLET 

Hot Weather 
SPECIALS 

Cnims In and Shop 
In the Evening 

OPEN TIL 0 EVERY NIGHT 



GLEN G. JENKINS 
CHEVROLET 

Hot Weather 
SPECIALS 

I960 AUSTIN HE ALE Y 

•3000' CONVERTIULE 
4-Rpfied frauiimtiiKlon with 
elacUrlo overdrive 
J 1-195 

1959 TRIUMPH TR3 

OONVERTIULE 
4>apcfid trfinmntfiHloii viitlV. 
electric overdrive 
$895 

1950 IMPALA 

CONVERTIBLE 
Vfl motor, Powerullilo trftim- 
tniBJilon, i>ower utoerlnic, nolld 
red flnlBh, new* top. 
$1895 

OPEN EVENINGS 



TRONIC MOTOR CO. 



l 7 t)FiTIAt!, lUflll 
a. .Uil. l'owar . In r In if, i.owur l.r*k». 
It.al unoil ' ah.ti*. Mil- 1 .pi'ii-'c* 
■Hillly, ni.k. off.r. Call 73^*1130 i.r 



|,|„f i-loo 
' >k» 
Iflc 



,imh1u)TTm iiitoiiiKiT/i, Hurl' 
Voilr ailllini-lM.ut Itaiiil.l.r D.'.l.r 
V.uuuU .ml MlnlJnka Ooutl*>, I 

i. nun. 



I .t'iW luou, orlirinal < 
■ w lull". .11 .ulrai 
aml.ili'Kliin. '.lUHfi. ■ 711 



{JUAtlAhJ TlCKn Hi uil cai.1 *ii.l tlilnLrf. 
Yn.t .li.l.'t hav. to Ht..«. >l I> * " 
*„ul ftalM, J.rom.. 



"80 CHEVROLET llelAlr 

lla>.ll.. t . -Ih.lt' r...l|». 'J(R' VH 
tni.tor, t<U ahlfl, all vinyl 
Uli),..Ul.ry. ra.llo, whll, wall 
lltw, .olUl .lark bin. fli.l.h. 
• $1505' 

•50 BUICK LeSnbre 

llar.lloi. *i.orl «..up.. (Vn— 
■ flaw li.n.mU.loii, |u,w.r ,|.. r . 
~ ' l„tf .n.l t...k«. KXTlllCUlCLY 
WllAltl'. 

«UU5 

'50 CHEVROLET lllscayne 

t-.lnor ..J. li. t..i tavluu iLt-yl- 
In.l.r h.oli.r, .(aii.laril Iran.- 
ml *. Ion, i..H... whlla wa.lt. 
VERY NICE 1005 

•fiB POltD Fnlrlaile BOO 

llar.ltoii »|>..rt r.i.il>*. T-Hlr.l 



UNION MOTORS 

The Safest Place 
In Magic "Valley 
To Buy An 

A-l USED CAR or TRUCK 



Aulomobllai For Sal* — 200 



'60 VOLKS 



$1095 



•SS CHEVROLET BfllAlr 

. 4..ln.ir ...Ian. VH motor. V..w. 
• riill.l. Irai.iniUilini. imw.r 
.IhiIiiu. Wut If nl imw.l.r 1.1. i. 
an.l whll. rhilah, wli|t. wall.. 

REAL NICE taoa 

■57 OLDH OH 4-door 

llar.lloi. ll-l.n. Hy.lraai.lla 
ivan.mln.l.iii, )H.w.r it«rliii( 
•lid l.raka., iM.w.r a.at. all.t 

wlmlow*. An .ne.Dtloiially n|<« 
«.1.l.r r.r. 

JUtfl* - _....$aM 

'65 CHEVROLET '310' 

4«Wr a«|an. VI motor, illrk 
ah I ft. Hunt Ilk. n.w. 
$450 

'fifl J"ORD Dlntlon Wngon 

Por.tur. VI molor, automatl. 
trail mnUaluit, A r.al uiuul Itirl 



GLEN G.JENKINS 
CHEVROLET 

Closed Sundays 

BnloHinen'a Hoine Phones 
Don Wolcli " 733-75(18 

Charlea Hutch 733-0017 
Woody Turley 033-5035 



$15 DOWN 

With amirova.1 er^llt on any ear 

75 CARS IN STOCK 
FROM $09-$099 

DISCOUNT AUTO SALES 

1051 EoRt Main, Hurley 
Oii.ii Kv.nln** — Clo«*J Buti.l.yrt 
■Tfl-7574 or av.nlnu*, 7J»-glJS 



NEW IDEA MUFFLER 

Work, on all car*.|ikbiitu. NO 
hack iiru.ur* on aiiuina, all tuU.i 
In ninffUr laruar than tiiliaii.t 
1.1 p.. Guar.. .1^1 for Ufa of car. 
ifiiffUr. hi. J* mi nnUr tot trae- 
toia and ill*««l trtnk*. 

BALDWIN MI^3. INC. 
400 Second Avenue South 



'50 BUICK Super $1095 

9-.l.vor. Fullr »|.il|it>*.l. 

*58 CHEV BolAIr $795 

4iWr. N.w ruoior oy.rhatlL 

'58 BUICK Super $495 

It-door, 

•61 RAMBLER $1395 

' 4-.l.u.r Ktallon waion. VI, 
■ ov.iJrlv.. 

'62 MERC 4-door $1695 

' AUlomalle. 

'CI FORD T-Brrd $2595 

Air «inHllloiilti» a ii. I WJ*.!. 

'62 FORD Fordor $L*195 

(J. I. Ml.. Htltk. 

'62 CHEV $1695 

ll.r.ltop 1'ow.rnll.l.. tx.w.r 
•t*.rl>t« ami r-.llo. 



TODAY'S 
"SPECIALS 

Your Choice 
$495 

" 1948 JEEP • 

With ...w m..lur ..v.rbaul. ..whaal 
d.lva, an.l< MM l .am^.y. 

195B FORD Vi-toii 

rt.kuit. VN, .uaU>m aat;. Kr.ti.al 
hllah, lla aur. lo b. aarly on .Ma 
ot.al 

FIRST HERE BUYS 
THESE BARGAINS I 



Pickups — Trucks 

$245 

$i1or> 



'46 CHEV 2-ton 

Wat UJ. 

'58 CHEV Z-ton 

■ lift lira*, l-»l>*~{. 

'62 FORD Falcon $1396 

tUJ.n d.llv.ry. 

'69 DODGE 

VI. ..uwl, 

'47 CHEV 1-ton 

UtucU ...k .nd duala. 



$1005 
J U05 



UNItfNT MOTORS 




ChuiU limey 
Hick GlU.nwaUr 



UAfllfl VAM.KY 
TllADING PtCALKU 
IIICIC'H In J.i.i.u. 



TRADE-SELL OR 

BORROW 
PHONE 783-0931 



SAVE HUNDREDS 
On Rice's "OK" Used Cars 



Wna NOW 

1004 YAMAHA '250' ftehucs $ 887 I 587 

1003 OLDS Jet Fire (3070 $3605 

Bucket KeaU, 4-niwed. 
1063 CHEVY XI Buper Sport $3005 $1005 

standard tranKniliwion. ' 
1083 I"ORD aolnxlc 500 $3780 $3035 

.Fully powered, 

1063 PONTIAC CaUltafc $3780 $3035 

Sedan, Radio, heater, automatic 
1003 PONTIAC Catallna $3805 $3780 

Sport Coupe. 431 and 4-sp«ed. 
1003 CORVAIR Mnni* coupe $10D5 $15i5 

Radio, heater. 

1003 RAMBLER 4-door wauon $1005 $1405 

Radio, heater and automatic. 
3003 CIIICV UlHcayne nedan $1505 $1305 

Power ateerliiK, automatic. 
1001 CORVAIR. Deluxe wagon 4-door $1405 $1305 

1001 VOXVQ Ranch wagon $1605 $1480 

V8 and overdrive. 
1001 OLDU V-U scdnn $1405 $1305 

, Radio and heater. 
1001 PONTIAC Teinpeit iiedan $1305 $1180 

1000 COMET Station wagon $1005 $ 880 

Deluxe. Radio, heater, atitomatlo. 
1050 CHEV Bel Alt* Keduil $1005 $ 055 

Radio, heot«r, ntandard trauunlMlon. 
105D DEBOTO Mredom medan $ t)05 $ BSft 

1050 LINCOLN Premiere $1505 $1435 

Air conditioning. 
1050 omtV impala convertible $ 005 $ B80 

3— 3'i floor shift. 

COMMERCIALS 

11605 



■03 FOUD 

10 - toil, 4-speetl. 
•01 INTKRN'L «100IS 

11- ttm 'IVuvelall, 

'00 CHltV tWt 

■/■j -toil, 4-KtMfl(I. 



3-ton, H-BDeetJ. 
'88 CHEV 

3-ton, 3-Btvsed. 
■«S CIIKV I »D8 

1-Um with b«il< 



I1B0S 
«100» 



WK HAVE PIOICUPU from $1S Mil Uil, anil OLDEK UBED 
OAKH Hi nntl uil. l.lli"rul triiild-ln cllowancc^ach carrle, 
Olt WaiTiTlty mid oil W»rrimty.' W.'ll trad, for •nyUilnj 
(trailer liouu,), KAHY WHANOINO 
1 CUU, YEAIl WAllllAH-I'Y 

MANY, MANY MOlm (o chooaa from. Hoe them 
Al«o 'I'ltllMENDOUS DIHOOUNT on .11 now d.moiutrutori. 

LEO RICE MOTOR CO. 

GOODING 

"Your Authorized Balrfl and Hnrvlce Don lorn for every OM 
car or truck." Open Hunduyii und ewnlnuH, Maula Vulley 
vtiUune dualer that's noyor cudertiold. 



GOLD STRIKE 
IT RICH I 



Ed's Uflod Curn 

'83 OHEV 'i-ton Pickup 
DIk a rylln.t.r, 4-. ( .«J. 
*83 W1RD la-ton VB 

.'HI THUNDKRUIRD 
•01 CADILLAC 

l-'n 11 | H .w.r. air «..i,lltt n nln«. 
'03 iTOItD flordor ' 

VH. atlrW -hlft. 
10 Ilonki OOLD STRIKE 
Stamp* With 'ntn»a UnlUt 



'ft!t CADILLAC Convertible. / 
'65 EORD 4-U"Or Vfl. ^_JS 
•58 POHD 4 -'door Vfl. 
'55 MEROURY 4-door. 
'flo I"ORD 4-door. 
l!«y Trailer and Oother Older 
Unit*. 

OOLD STRIKE BT'AMPfl 
, With These Unltiil • 

ED'S USED CARS 

141 U.I it N tilth 1II1H3 



Juno 26-27, 1964 . 
Twin Falls Times-News 



AulomobI.es For Sal* 



We have LOTS of OLD! 
MODEL CARS and PICKUi| 
WUl hecept Any . ReuQna 
Offerl 

D&S 
FORD SALES 



:: 8 1 



WORKMAN 
BROTHERS 

rONTlAC— CADILLA* 
GMC 

Hllpurt, Idnho 4: 



tla«l a. la In' (own 
YOtmUG MOTOll CQ. ^' 



WILLS 
Quality Select Used Cars 



196S 
1962 
1962 
1961 
1960 
1959 
1959 
1958 

1958 

1958 

1956 

1955 

1958 
1952 
1952 
1950 



CHEV Impnla 2-<loor hnrdtop . $2695 1. 

VB, power Hteerlllit, radio, Imntcr nml ^oworalltla. 

CHEV Impnln 4-iloor I'mriUop $2245 
Itmllo, hentur, t'owerulldn. A rirnl beauty, 

RAMRLER Cliinnlc 4-door $1795 
8-cy!lnder, heater, automntlo trntuimlBnlon. 

CHEV Impala 2-door linrdtop $1895 

VO, radio, heater, overdrive. Bee thla beauty! 

RAMBLER Super nUUon whkoii $1195 

4-door. Itadlo, henter automatic. 

CADILLAC 4-ilooi- linrdtop $1805 
I'ower steerln. and brakeB, radio, heater, Hydramatlc. 

RAMBLER Super 4-door $795 
ltadlo, heator, overdrive. 

CADILLAC Soilnn DoVIlIo 

lladlo, heater, full power, 
beauty, 

CHEVROLET 2-door 

Heater, atnmlard tratiBiiilKfilon, 



$1395 
air condltlonlnir. A real 

$695 



PLYMOUTH 2-door $450 

Itadlo, heater and automatic trammlnslon. 

FORD Rnrtch Wituon $350 
Standard tratumljuilon. 

FORD Fordor $195 
Btandard tranainlBiiloii. 

BUICK 2-door $100 

FORD Fordor V8 $125 

NASH Ambitsmulor 4-door $95 

NASH Ambassador 4-door $95 

COMMERCIALS 



'61 INTERN'L $1205 

Vfl, W-ton. Lon,; 

wheelba&e, 4-Bpeed. 
'66 FORD $505 

11 -ton. VB with t- 

Kpeed. 

■53 FORD $596 
It-ton with atook 
rack. 

■52 GMC $205 
li-ton. «-epe«d. 



'57 CHEV $995 

11 -ton. Metal coyer, 
8 - cylinder, 47,000 
miles. Excellent con- 
dition. 

'56 CHEV $695 
U-ton. 8-oyllnder, 4- 
■peod. 

•50 JEEP $69K 

Universal, full cab, 4- 
wiieel drive. 



MANY MORE 
Cars and Pickups Priced To Sell 

Wills Motor Company, 

WILL BE CLOSED 

All day Saturduy, Juno 27th 
Yot annual employee* outliur. 

WILLS USED CAE DEPT. 

384 4th Avenue Weat— Trucklane (acroa* from Qoper Tralleri) 
Phone 733-1308 
Lowell Will*. 133-8603 — Emlo WIIU, 73S-4BBJ 



THEISEN FINE CARS 



'83 METEOR $3405 
Cuitoi.i 4-tlfKtr «*.laii. IUmiiII- 
ful pi nk /nut with » whll. 
tou an.l (Will rail I li*- Inlari.i 
Vi inuln*, aulomatU tram 
/*r utaarlnir, p.'l- 



Inl.rlor. 
a t 

!,'.r'ilaili' Thla"«ar "fi 'jiut 



Ilk. 

talll... 



n.l practically 1 



'63 RAMDLER $1105 
4-flpf.r Clai.la -UlllK. wllll 
■»ru*iu* twilight tur<]unli» 
Miuf matcliliiH hil.rlor. 1U- 
>lln. In.l.r, itaii.lar.1 tran*- 
hiliiloll. It.al, r.a) low hill.- 
a«*. A v.ry «.c.ptlon»l car. 

'03 COMET $N(tf 
Club ■«.Uii. lU.utlful l.lu. 
liana with raillo, htat.r, - 
atamlar.l traiiiinlMtnn anil 
xraetlcally ti.W tlrM. V.r/ 
W.ll b.i>t. 

'fll COMET $1105 
Tl.U cu.toiu daliiu* t-'loor 
a*.1an h» a U.UlKill VacUla 
blua rinUh with malihliiH In- 
t.rl.ir, ra.Uo, In.l.r, auUx 
tOBllo traii.mU.loii and an- 
tra W )i>Jl..jr.. 

■60 DODOE SENECA $005 
4-.toor, illmial ra.1. Umii.rr-4 
Inl.rlor, ra.lln, li.at.r an.l 
aiilir.ii.tlo lraiiiinl»»l.iii. 

'50 PLYMOU'ni $605 
Htvay i;\m>Y with li.irnl or- 
al. tf* (Inlih, radio, h*.l»r, 
low i.ilU.ta nml u«i tavlmr 
tra linn Ut loii, MhI mcon.) 



'58 



$505 



n.aiittful tmfuril Mt*y with 
wl.il. toil. va.Ho, liHl.r, au- 
toiii.tL tiaiuiuli.Uin and VU 
.1'. In.. 

'87 UUIOIC $505 
lur<ltn|i. VI am In., 



•60 yoim Tudor $386 

H.tmli wauoii, lta.Ho, li.al.r 
anU iUiiil.nl tran.mli.hni, 
aavlnti '4' Mint kihiJ tlrs., 



'03 MONTEREY $3306 
Cnilom /InUh.i] In Bunhiirat 
iiol.1 will, hlack ami wlilt. 
vinyl trim ' KliU .11 vinyl In- 
t.rlor. li.aia, ht.l.r, »»to- 
luatfa (rammU.loii, t>uw.r 
alMrlntf ."'1 »ll t)i* antra, 
ynu'.l a.iitwt fnim M.murv'a 
(Intat. 

'63 COMEl' 4-door $1005 
Waiton. lU.utlful I'tamol* 
turqllola* with cnlitrmtlllK 
lnl.rl.ir. Kaitltf, haalar, unit 

" . a V I n if trali.iiiU.loii, Ciw 
inlUatf*. Ijjc.I liualiiHHiiiali 1 * 
ear nml V.ry wall lispt. 

'02 Vona l^rdor $1505 
Calaxl. riiiNlin.l In U.utlfui 
/awn wllll a whll. top. 11a- 



■nuln 



Crul.aomatlo traiuml.ilou 
an.) fully a<iulDt>*.l. 

■60 TOIID $1005 

tlilanU bOO (onlor ««.lali. 
Kiiil>ra.i Uln. with whit. top. 
lla* ra.llo, haalar, alll....iatl* 
IranaliiUiloii, IHiw.c atHrluc, 
whll. wall tlr^, low uill^ 
Btf«. N.W car tlailrlll. 

'DO RAMIILER $405 
Am.rlcaii. (Iray with match-. 

Inurlor, h.al.f. .l.froit.r 
• ml Ulr.oiloiial UvhU. 

■60 MEROURY $1006 
V.Uih a^lan. Haxun K r«iii wllb 
biilchhitf Intarlor, powaf 
alwrlmr, pow.r hrab*., roiliu, 
li.at.r, aUloirtallo traiui.iU- 
Mli.il, p.J.l^l d..b t.li.1 I. 
V.ry eU.ii. Thla ear la 
o.ptlotia) n.w tar 



'67 PONTIAC $605 
Chl.ftaln. Ha. U.UtKul I- 
ton. bin. fliil.ti, VU aii*tiia, 
■titoinatln tram mlatlon, ra.llu, 
Inatar. Vary, V.ry bihiJ turn. 
.Illlon. 

718 l*ONTlAO $205 
Illation wauoti, V* .nulita. 
ra.Ho, h.al.r, iww.r at«r- - 
I ii|/, iu>w.r brak^ an.l atiek, 

'05 CHEV H<r]Alr $105 ' 
I-.lo.tr har.ll.ip. VI .n«lmv 
(*dlo ami haalar. 



THEISEN MOTORS, INC. 

The Eutdetit Place In the World to Uuy a Car 
701 Muln Etuit — Phone 733-7700 — Open Kvory Night tU 8 



jr. 



22 



TWln Falli TlmaJ-Nov™ Friday, June 26, 1964 



Summer Recreation Events 
Are Under Way at Gooding 



GOOnrNO, June 3fl — Good 
ng's mntmor recreation program 
well under way, with -both 
__.iy and little leaguo basc- 
>all teams havlntf plnypii eevernl 
-ames, under the management of 
ihiiclc Wlnuett, couch. 
Tho program bruim Juno 
mi will /un until Aug. ir>. Hoys, 
rom ft lo H years of aire prac- 
tice softtxill from u am. to 10 
s.ni. each day Mondny Jhrouiih 
Ftldny Jtt -the grndo. ifchool 
'athletic field. 

Tony league piny 1.1 from 10 
«.m. lo 11 it. in. "'"'h d»V. »i"l 
Utile league players prantlco 
'from 10 a.m. lo II a.m. Monday 
through IfUluy. Tho men's soft- 
bnJl c)!y. Jrnwun Is nniuniwd iilld 
i\M Just started play. 

Swimming lr sunns nf tho 
(Gooding inunli-lptil pool, ii lid fil- 
tho iminiiurninit of Jack l*ow- 
ninri, will beitln Monday. Tim 
fln.l rrJ^lon 'of ^fon.'.- -will bu 
from Monday. ihioiiiiirJuly 10, 

CloodlliK /ilUdrnlH In thn swim- 
mers cliis.'i will hnvn Imsoiw from 

0 n. ni. lo 10 ii in- Vwm 10 a.m. 
(n II Hid. (huniinu students ill 
ihn (i lo 7 yrur cliu-s, beginners, 
advniiced hi-glnners and Inter- 
mediated will have li-mionu, l-iom 
11 n.m. to noon Ifitftcrmnn unit 
311II.H nludent.i in nil olawws will 
take imtnicltnnu. Gooding sfli- 
dniiU In lhr( advance swimmers 
cln.u will nwlin from 1 to 3 p.m, 
nud from li p.m. to 7 p. m. thn 
Junior llfennvlng class will bo 
conduct lid. 

Tho second session of lessons 
will begin July la and run 
through July Hi. From 10 a, 

11 a.m. VulrtleUi student* In 
nil clnmtni will have their les- 
sons. )<vam 1 1 a.m. to noon 
Good In if students In tho B to 7 
ynur claw, beginners, advanced 
beginners and Intermedia ten will 
have Instruction*. Th« adult 
swimming lessons will bo from 

1 to 3 -p.m. Thn second session 
or tho Junior Uf waving class will 
bo conducted from 8 p.m. lo 7 
p.m. The third session will bo 
held from July 37 through Aug. 
7. From 10 iun. to 11 a.m. Wen- 
dell students In all classes will 
receive Insl ruction*. From II 
to noon there will bo » clou for 
Ooodlnif students In the beg-lnner 
and Intermediate classes, A 
senior llfesavlng olu* will b« 



Ex-Resident 
OfT. F.Dies 
In Oregon 

COltVALLIH, Ore., June 3d~ 
Funeral service-* for Mrs. Helen 
31. Bailey, CO, former Twin Fall* 
resident, were held 'Wcdnesdny 
arte moon at tho Jlowell-Kdwartta 
funeral home, Balem, Ore. 

Mm. Bnlloy died ut her home 
In OorvaUlK, Ore., Sunday. Bhe 
wu born Aug. 3l, 1B&4. In Ponca 
City, Nohr, Bhe was graduated 
from Orlnnell university, Urtn- 
tielJ, 7a. Bho moved to Twin JftOla 
In 1919 Where aha waa married to 
John D, Smith. Mr. Bmlth died 
in 1036. Bhe then was married 
to Claire A. Bailey, July, IDT!, m 
Twin Falls. Mr. Bailey died In 
IMS. 

Mrs. Bailey was executive dt 
rector of the American Ked 
Oroea hi Balem, Ore., from 1051 
Until her retirement In 1M1. Bhe 
then moved to Oorvallln. 

Bile was a member of the ftpUr 
copal church, pant president of 
the Twin Falls BoropUmlst club 
and a member of the Business 
and Professional Women's club 
of Twin Falls. 

Survivors Include four sons, 
Lawrence £>. Built)], Galena, 
Alaska; William X. Bmltli, E!T- 
leiutburn. Wash.; Robert E. Xlall- 
«y, Balem, and Rlcliard II. Ihnlley, 
CarvslHn; a daughter, Mrs. Bhlr- 
ley B. Welles, I'onchatoula, La., 
and 13 grandchildren. 



Rev. Martson Is 
/Psisior of Ne^ 
Rupert Church 

RUPKRT, June 3ft— The JteV. 
Howard Martson. will be first 
pastor of tho new Calvary 
Unpll.it church In Rupert. 

Tho church -Is located on 
Third and U atreets, on property 
purchiund by the Twin Falls 
Tyler fltroot UaptUit church. The 
C^nservjitlvo Rupert church will 
formally open Ounday, with 
Gunday school ut l):4& p.m.. wor- 
ship ruirvlca nt 11 a.m. and a. 
potluclc dinner at 1:10 p.m^ 

Tho church will be In fel- 
lowship with the Contervfttlve 
Itaptljit oiMOclntlon of Idaho and 
the Connorvatlve Rapt 1st asso- 
clntlon of America. 

The Rov. Mr. MurU^in Is. a 
unuluata of Hob Jones uulvcrslly 
und Hob Jones seminary. MM. 
Martson r.«rved five yearn as a 
missionary wtlh Wychff traUH- 
lnUirs In Iiraxll. The MarLsons 
have two children. 



held from 5 p.m. to 7 P-ni. 

rteKlstratlon fee for the les- 
ions will be 11 per student for 
all but the 8 to 7 yes* °hl class. 
(Undents In this clans will pay a 
61) crtit tnn bncnliso thnlr leruions 
will 1h» held for one week only. 

lVirrmnn says nil Ooo<lhi|[ stu- 
doiili who cun, should rrnlster 
nt the pool before Monday. Httl- 
'dfiii , » from other towns mny 
rrfflsier tho first day of lessons, 



Rationed 

— PAntPTKLD, June 3(U-Wa- 
ter rationing will begin 
urday for Fairfield. 

Tti« west side will wnter 
Saturday and tho enst dido 
the next day, alternating the 
reiit of tlie summer. 

Better wat«r pressure Is 
maintained by rationing 
which has been used for tho 
post few years during the 
pcnlc Irrigation mont)i)>. 

No open how.** nn- allowed,, 
all must bo equipped with 
iomo kind of a sprinkler. 



Power Agency Tries 



WASinNOTON, June 30 HT0— 
A public power ' agendy went to 
court today In an effort to block 
private power construction of the 
357 -million -dollar High Moun- 



SERVKfl IW OEBMANV 
KDEN, June 3ft— Wc Delbert 
E. Blevlruf; son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Toy W. BlevJns, Eden, lfl as- 
signed to the 78th engineer-bat- 
talion In Germany. He Is a con- 
struction' specialist In tho bat- 
talion's company A near Karl- 
sruhe. 



tain .Sheep dam on the Snako 
rtyer between- Idaho and Oregon. 

Attornoys for Washington Pub- 
lic l*ower Supply system, Kenne- 
wlcVr, Wash., asked tlie U.H. court 
of nppenls for the District of Co- 
lumbia to bar construction of the 
dam by Pacific Northwest Power 
company, Portland, Ore. 

Tlie adoncy petitioned the 
court to reverse nn order by tho 
federal power commission Rrnnt- 
lnjf a license to. thn prlvnto pow- 
er company for construction of 
the huge dam. 
The public power agency sold 



to Block Construction of Dan 

— ' 4 - -"- court of appeal* uid »w 

not only _haa etiwi-hriff* 



tlie court should order the FPO 
to reoognl^a a "preference right" 
it has under the federal power 
act. As a "municipality*' within 
the meaning of the act, WPPBS 



APPEARS IN ThAV 

imrvKRsrrY of idaho, 

Moscow, Juno 38— Joan Butler, 
Gooding, will appear in a play 

for the. 13th Bummer theater 
season here. The play, . "The 
Com Is Oreen," Is scheduled 
July 14. 15 and Id. 



News of 
Record 

VXMOIU: COUNTY' 
KIhi* 1UU JuHtlc* Court 

Fined for ovt<rwelnht loads are 
Aldon U. Cook, Iloliie, unit Knlth 
V. Rlckii, Idnho Fall. 1 ;, $13 each; 
James Dempfioy, Dallas, Tpk„ 
#10; I* V- Robliihon, Jlluckfoot, 
$3l.S0; Holier t U. Main, llloom- 
vllln, O.. H-J.rtO; Curl K. V'lsfter, 
Grand Junction, .Colo., (11; Karl 
It. May, IMcatoho, $23M; Arlo 
O. Lott, Hamnr, nnd Ia 

Vorll W. 31*11. Mmum, tiilM. 

Don Bandlfer, Niunpu, lis, no 
breakaway swttcli. . 



. ENJOY A CLEAN CAR * 

3 MINUTE 
CAR WASH 

•04 MAIN AVE. SOUTH 




said,' it has first call on the site 
at which, both sock to build the 
dam. 

The ugency was formed by 16 
publla power districts of Wash- 
ington state to build and operate 
power plants— and— tranflmlaalon 
facilities. PNP was formed by 
four private utilities — Montana 
Power company. Pacific Power 
and Light company, Portland 
General Electric company and 
Washington Water Power' com- 
pany — to build a dam on thn 
Snake river,. 

The WPPSS petition to tile 



U> Brant It Prlorlly^"^" 



but also had 
that PNP had 



mlittk, 



jwr that th„ pr.ll m ,;^> 

" P"'J«=l which II,, g 
lurnod down nl „| ,,],„„, . " ' ni 



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