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1 " t e r d a h o s L n r p e s t E v e n i n g N e w s p a p e r 69th year, 225th issue T W N FALLS, D A H O, FRDAY, SEPTEMBER Arms sou, 1 0 O n g u a rd S H A B L S O L D E R S m a n o u tp o s t, overlooking d eserted S y rian vhnge (ill c e a sefire in S y r a n te rrito ry occupied by sroel.- New l i h c s n Goltfn*leJghtB a re a heightened tensions n M ld east..w here PalcstinJon sources claim iirach attack ls mminent. lu P) -. WASHNGTON (U P) ThcrV miinbers of offenalye m issiles Bui Duil im balance la offset But the Seniito as well as Senate ratified President Nix- when t Ts jjsked to ratify a by U. S. technological supcrlo- the \Vhite H ousc -apparcntly on s new a r m s control agree- p erm a n en t tre a ty. rity and a decisive a d v a n tag e now feels otlierwlse. - lh e ~ S o o irij tilo n The- in terim ag re e m e n t in the n U m b o r of n u c le a r T he W hite House helped w rite Tliursclay but dem anded fun- tnukos no attem pt to achieve warheads. n addition, m any. the Jackson amendment, publi> d am e n ta l revisions. before. U. Kimplu equality.-.t t)erm lt5,t )e struutiq p lan n e rs feel th at any cly e m b ra c e d,, it nntf hel( will accept tlie plan as a Soviets to deploy l.glfl intercon- " slight jium eflcav a(lvanlflb6 Together a canlitior\ -ln - tho perm anent treaty. The te m p o ra ry five-year poet won ovenvhelm lnb but conditional su p p o rt n a resolution approved 07 to 2 a n d returned to the H ouse w ith an am endm en t adopted 50 to 35 which critics said would Jiam string efforts to achiev e a«*pcrmanenl -anh mnrii.finmnrpljpalve akrcc- - h ie n t- w h e n ta lk s -re s u m c -tliis fall n G eneva., T h e -n m e n d m e n t, sponsored by Sen. H enry M. Jac k so n, D- Wiish., an d backed by th e White House, serv es notice th a t the S enate will accep t nothing less than cqualuy" n tinenuil b allistic m issiles to achieved by eith e r side u nder Senate hrougl) n serlob of for the United Stiites and tlie a g rc e m t would be nslgnl- rollcall votes Tliursdoy n which 9Ssubm Hrine-la\inched mis* flcant, since each still retnlns armsrrontrol odyocatcs desperslles to 710 for the U nited tlie capiiclty to w reak n u cle ar ate ly sought to m odify the States. luivocfin the other. -, Jackson proposal. dahoan offers sp u d trade ban D -tlalib, said T h u rsd a y he s Joining in. cb- season. sponsoring legislation to abolish trading n the N am ed w c re,j. n. Slmplof, B oise ; Jr~ R. pdtito futures m arket. " Slmplot Co., tncl Boise; Slmplot Eostcm daho Buhl man The re su lts of o recent nvestigation into P roduce Co., nc.: H arold Abend and daho allegations of rigging of Uie potato futures P otato P ack e rs of daho, all B lackfoot; P e te r J. Fresh border clashes m ark e t, S enator O iurch said, ;conflrm the need T ag g a re s and P. J. T ag g d res Co.. both O thello, accused to stop trading in potato futures.* W ash.; daho P o ta to P ack e rs C orp., B ronx,.n. T he daho sen a to r said h e had previously Y.; Chef-Reddy Foods and Kerm sth L. R am m. declined to sponsor legislation tq end such both O thello. W ash.; R obert H. A bend, B ronx, trad in g until aoxw stlgatlon conducted by the N. Y.; Jacth to PackinB.Co., A grl-e m plre, nc: leave 2 fsraelrs dead of flight U r s ; P epav lm ent of A griculture o f alleged and Jam es_ M inor, all San JaclnlotvX alif:; A i u norket m anipulation w as com pleted. U n iv ersal L and-snake -River, an d dw icrd 8 U H L - C a rl R andolph c h u rc h h ad urged th e investigation a t the Spiegel, both P asco. W ash, and Mo<flo J.,. By.Unltcd PreflBlntemollonnl g u errilla infiltrutora.. b u t th ere No guurrlu u c a su a ltie s w ere.s yria nim fl.obanon a week ago Bcewer. 27. whose most recent request of daho potato growers.. leg_ cl,. Chicago. _ Two sraeli so ldiers w ere was no indication in Tel Aviv.rc p o rtv d in,-thu clash w ith the today. B uhl, htjs teen i*tho.tqflulta of the dcportmsntj, in- -ta -TvAn - Pnlls -W edni & y.-er-p Behrens - killed an d a third w as wounded whether srael would Tetallutc sraeli patroj and the two Thursday nights sraeli com - arrofltod in Q c h a rg o o! vbstlgotlon a re now ovollablo. t appears th a t oxecuuve a a s ls la n f t o - th e se c re ta ry o! lliurfiday-nighl ina clash wlui for the attack as t has done in sraeli deallis brouu to three but deaths were Qie highest u n la w fu l (lig h t to av o id both th e lo n g s (those who p u rc h ase-fu tu res a g ric u ltu re, decunod_ to* co m m en t on the P alestinian gucrclilna neartre th c ~ p n s t w ith a ir a ttacks,. i h f n u in te i killed in such aln ce J a n.11 when to woldiera p rosecution fo r m u rd e r. contracts with the explictatlon that prlcos wlu allegations, saying t would be mproper. Lebar)ese frontier, a illtijry against suspected guerrilla claslies n eight days. A fterlhe wei-e kucd durlnb a search for- - s p o. e s. 0. r e p o r t rise, and U,.. H o ru,w h o. 1. 0,0 n a.» d U.t h..o.p U l n U hav. «d. y. agent n charge of the fftppgtntlnnjhatjho-miirkot-prlco-will fouowin0-ibti(icalion4o-lll«-an*w«r#-with-the- MontBfllT"dVsron. Federal drop) attempted-to-tnantpolbtg-thr-potato Department of Apiculture. A hoirlng,will be* Tpl Aviv. He also rep o rted un exchange, of fire today by sraeli an d Syrian forces in the G olan H eights, but th ere w ere no casualties. sraeli so ld ie rs m oved through, the high g reen hills n e a r e Leb anese frontier today i n a.search- for the M M r. 7 - \ s a y s Today s in d o p o n d c n co day (or C o ilo R ico. / S a / v a d o f, H o n d u ro i. Gualomaloand Nicaio- QUO. O ld T a p p o tl p h o n e? W ater cleanup m easure dr a w M x o n v e t o u >«n. u r m arket and am joining with Sen. Edmund Those penalties include prohibltlonof trading He gpppor.ctl T h u rsd a y before..m u sk lc..- D - - M a l i ic th e snonsorahlp of on Uio co n tra ct m a rk e t, belna re fu sed tradinfl Environm ental P ro leciio n» $6 billion, th ree -y. e ar. prob _ ram u, s. n «s t r H n r r j 5 g, j,,,, r t > r a c c o m p l l» h - t h 8 l - o n * # iv H e g M --fo p -» -T!p <!d ftc -rjlm «.-r d -l being- Agency. and reportedly lias threatened Turner in Twin Falla and failed T he co m p lain t, filed in W ashington, alleges d irected to ce ase arid d c sist from vlolatlororof. T he p ro g ram would aulijorize to v*3to a n y m e a su re th at to post a 125,000 bond. He was m anipulation of futures trading on the Cliicago thocbm niodlty -ExchangeAct. m ore th an Jlfl billion n 75 per ex ceed s his spending p roposal, co m m itte d to th e county Jail cent federal m atch in g granls to T h e _co m p ro m ise m easu re, pending ex tra d itio n to Georgia, help m unicipalities build new w hich the H ouse will consider Sheriff G rady F. C rocker, sew age tre a tm e n t p lan ts and first, possibly next w eek, w ould H a b ersh a m County. GeorHla. la y -se w e r-in ta k e -lin e sr-ln d u s re q u ire th e b est prncttcal**"m ld B rew er is ac cu sed of the trie s could d ra w from an $800 antipollution technologies to be shooting d eath of R o b ert Dill, dtsm antling m illion pool of low in te re st ra te in u se by July and th e. 48, of C larksville, G a., on Aug. loans to help tliem p ay the b e s T avallablb " teclinologles 2. He sa id the m a n w as shot co sts of m eeting the require- W J a n. 1, tw lco witli a -.25 ca lib e r pistol of Phase m ach in ery tnuntii. So-called therm al, or heated and died about 15 hours after P resid cm Nixon lias proposed w a te r, pollution. would be the shooting. subject to the sam e deadlines, B rew er h as been em ployed PO lltland, M aine ( U P D - bucked up by standby prcaldcn- -com pasalonate, hm liano hum an, but the requirem ents could be about ffttmonth a t the verson Drandlni! the Pricc Commission tlal enforcement power. - - bclng--and called him "tho WASHNGTON lup) - C o n gress is n earin g final.-approval of a p lan to spend $24.0. Dllllon. over a U iroe-year period to help clean up the n a tio n s w a te rs. The p ro g ra m faces a possible veto by lyesident Nixon.. A House=Senatfc conft in c c - com m ittee approved the bill T hursday. ts tough provlsiuhs w o u d - re q u ire. n d u stria l, and m unicipal com pliance n two p hases sp re a d o ver 11 y ea rs, wiui sta n d a rd s set by the suspect givesp B u r e a u o f. n v e atig atio n. an nounced th e a r r e s t today. B rew er, who is single, was taken nto custo d y a t - a fish h a tc h e ry n ea r Buhl by FB fu tu re s m o fk e t. -< i. i. : seheduled-inc hicago.!., a t a d ate and place to. "nie-result wisto leavc the daho potato. to specl/lcdlater, lintcm lrirw alved; grower caught in the middle, holding tjie bag, between power plays of manipulating economic nterests on both sides,l!nator Church said.. A ccording to. d e p a rtm e n t so u rces, those enlarged will h a v e j h i rigm to a p p e a r an d show p u ty ShcrlH Curtis Pryor, do away with; trading on tho potato (uturcs 7 CommMUty Exchange Act. waived by tlie EPA in those Trout F arm ingoodlng County as ; P.UKti lul.-r nnnr H o n n rn n fq roalho n i_. * * * was show n a s not luirm ful to w a te r life.-n ad( itlon th ee P A could o rd e r th erm a l polluters to m ee t even m ore. strin g en t re q u ire m e n ts in o rd e r to prevent dam age to w ater life. Of th e $18 billion e a rm /irk ed.fo r m u n icip al plants, 5 blulbn MAM lu P D D erm ird L. w ould be autliorlzed for the B ark e r, a key figure n the c u rre n t, 1973, fisc a l y e a r, 6 break-in a t the D e m o c ra tr c b lllio n for 1074 an d $7 billion for )wr-ty-houdquartunun-w4iiuung< ia 3 5 d d lu o n a lly r h o b u lk -o f - tons W aterg ate com plex, sur- liie re m a in in g JO.O billion would re n d ere d today to face ch a rg es be for re im b u rsin g cities w hich o r fraudulently notarizing a lu>ve a lre a d y built new nlnnts itfwt n c x p k ta tlo n of congressional His atto rn ey, Hejfry UoU iblatt aid, w itah tdau l e a of innocent for lla rk e r a n d pre- w _ m d ie te d "tliat h e w o iild " n o t " E j O O K m plicate any high political officials in his trial. " f he gets into tro u b le, he tak e s hia, own m cdlcinc,". R o th b la tt told a crow d of n ew sm en and p h o to g rap h e rs on th e Ntepii of tho M etro Ju stice B uilding, w here B a rk e r su rren - d ored to D ade C ounty S tate A ttorney R lcluird G e rsteln. Ju d g e P aul B ak er aof bond a t $1,000 a n d ten tativ ely achm lulcd th e tria l for O ct, 30. B arker, w earin g a blue s u i t a n d blue tie, im mediately postcii tiond n e w e s t nuq* vjoiini!*- in - Doroocmtlc s ttnd-romalncd-frc(v-after_bi)lnu_ N Hw»»l-CoMra*«e«~headquarteri B black- - booked object attached to teleplione w ires in tlus photo RoUiblatt told newam on he relcaied..tht milliy_by pnrly oklclnu. w a. had natriiclcd Bnrlicr Hot imind on tlejjitof Spencer Oliver, party otilplal, * *liy-ltleph*iiert«m pany-p.«e»onaou iviininr icc iirlly cheek, and w as tu rn ed o ver lo F ill, hlm sok so th at he c a so could (R elnted ito ry. P. - b o * trio d «in -tl o -Q o u rtil. in s id e.. T F j o b l t f s s r a t e u p, 3 ~ W e n d e l l i k o u s i n g, 1 3 D c l n i h, P. B C H u r M r T O K d h o r l a l..! tjilk about tho cose andiald ho-j i. V Alto, Ga. F o r t C H s i = n ic «! - D o l a i h, /*. f t R ubber s ta m p.(or Tlie D em ocratic p residential next P resid en t." McGovern taany- llcd W Ulll!lillll! U ipunenl tor dlanfiorttllnb ot Presldent-N x - nomlnallonaseti. Edmund S.- en s Phase economic control Muskle of Malne._ m achinery but Blving the Musklo rom arkedtvryly that controls im partially, P resid en t tho a u th o rity to roll Semitor M cg overn S a m an Wlillc w age ncreases have back exeessivu wage and p rice..whq.can -get Oilngs done.. He s been strlctly llmlted, the Price boosts. m ade it p o s s ib le fo r me~ l6 ~Commrs sroli":habbccti-u8inff-a- - Mc-Govern told an invitation- spend, more time in M aine...to. rubber stam p on m ost requests only crowd of about 700 mprove my golf liandlcap. The for higher. prices, he said, m em bers of women s, labor nice things he s done for.me "Out of-ff.qoo price increase and D e m o c ratic p a rty gro u p s a re alrhostv alm ost en d le ss." applications, Oic ~co m m lsfllpr hnt~til5 prflptfhal would~*be~*"butmuhkic also praised hasturnoddown fow ortham jno based on voluntijry guidelines M cg overn- a s a "decent, in ten." Ki&singer, PARS (U P D H enry A. Kjs-. A m erican e m s s y w as contra* left indon for i a ris alth o u g h talks w ith P resid en t N guyen singer. President Nixon s chief dieting anouier and even the a news photographer spotted Van TJildu, leading to rym ors of_. foreign policy - a d v iser, and.,ondon police ap p e a re d to bo Kissinger a rriv in g a t tho U.S. a breakthrough. Nortl) Vietnam s peace negotiato fooled. ;... Em bassy this m orning. K taslr e r confdrred n Mos-" rs Lo D u e T h o an(l Xuan K issinger w a s sa id byx)nd6n At one pplnt the em b a ssy cow this w eek, arriv in g n the Tliuy held anou ier secrecy- a irp o rt so u rc es to h av e slipped announced t a t K issinger would Soviet c a p ita l tho d a y Tho left shrouded m ooting in Purls out of L o ndon.at G a.m. fro m a leav e U ndon in m (d*aflernoon for P a ris, an d then flew to_ London for, talk s w ith B ritish today, a U.S.. em b a ssy sppkes*.m ilitary a irp o rt to fly to P a ris -ftcr he h ad been seen n m an said. - - fo llo w in g h is m eetin g s w ith ParlSi Tlio Qonfcconce WPS ih o i7 th B ritish P rim e M in iste r E d w a rd.tlie c h io f n c g o tla lo r f Q r.th e cadorn. Officially hia v isit here - was to brief President G eorsai private KiMingorHano.i session. Heath on European problom»i NQrtlvVlotnameM.delegation.to PompldQii on h la o i W talsi n P a ru n -tha attothpta lb Y e t tlie J, S. o m bossy n tho i»oral-pubirc P a ris ptmco but Tho alre ad y liud h inted» t ; Bottlo tho Vietnam oonfllet. Tho U n d o n lh rq u g h o u tth e m o fn in s contoronco, X uan T h u y. also t o d y s P a ru m oetlng. t» l b a t B aecrol hldoaw ay n or co n tln u ally an n o u n c cd K lssln g et w as moetihg wlui K U ilnger,. The Whito llo u u announce-. n ea r P a ris follow ed th ro o days still w a s n London an d would U iem bassy sp o k esm an said, W n f wob as VBgno a> the; of conrerences.betw een leave tho British capital (or Tiio_wji)!oHouse also j n : L j E m l ) l t W WWounMmenl t -liihrrierno6n.::him aihc «d, n Wnshlnglon that- merely salu. imtagof:.."h idbt Party chairm an Leonid i; already hod boon seen n P aris Klailndor was raoetln*- h o meetliigl. tay with T lio u ld and nthor Roylftt T.y today but nave no delalls, n iuy,. londors n Moscow, The -tm bnssy spokesman re -K lsslnaor last m ot wlui.tlieon " K lsslnaer w m M KSlllW trto >;<llsela9eruierum»-iinil inol confer \iilts ~ P W ltlw rit - lla " and Thuy wore; cloaked n place for Uie eotlnjj, or:oven~vla MolMW- flnd~peklnb _.secrecy to the point whcone,to.tontirm that Kissinger,had Kissinger flaw to Saigon for (loioo» jn, _M DT>.-.,.

2 3 T dim N«vih, Twin F a M, ttoho F r ld tt, S «p t«iii» r 15, w n G O Psfile - S u e - m a. J L o i l l \ o u? $5 m illion r lawsuit. WASHNOTON (U P ) - they p«rglat on th e low ro a d ol CtiarglnR Uiit ho w ai the nmeiir and charactcr au a u ln o vo U m. o ( -.a ~ - s m ta r il - in d - U o h - lh W - f f U lj x L J ie W jw c l t " c h a ra c te r a u a sn ln a U o n," Her a c c o u n ta b le n o t o n ly to th e publican F inance O ia lrm a n A m eric an people b u t before the M aurice H. S tans h a i (U ed.a 19 law, Stana la id. m illion llbol nwbu l t - a g a ln i l i m ia n - la tw - lm u e d D em ocrat L aw rence r. m ent saying; " t s clear that O B rien. the R epublicans p la n to (lie a T he a c tio n c a m e one d a y suit a day n a desperate afte r the GOP filed a 3.5 a tte m p t to d iv ert public attenmilllon countersult n the tion from the outrageous act of W atergalo bugging affair and poutlcal espionage thoy have was thc.lalcst escalation n: the conm iltled. against the bemop o llfc a l~ ( u a rre l th a t h as developed nto a m ajo r cam paign ssue.. O B rien, fo rm e rd e m o c ra tic c h n ln ra n and now a top official in OMirge S. M cg overns -p re slrte n tln l ca m p aig n, h a i -accused S tans of flpanclng th i alleged break-ln a t D em ocratic National H e ad q u arte rs Juno 17 with GOP campaign funds. Stans, a fo rm er co m m erce secreta, retaliated lliursday, capture citadel SAGON (U P )-S o u th Vetr News lips Seen... O B rlon originally Ulod a t l m illion BuU D galnst five m en a r r nside. D om ocrallc hfiodquflrtcrs w ith oloctronlc liste n in g devices in th eir pp?s?9s lp n,f r id a y., he filed an j oxpondcd com plaint niamlng S tans a s an additional dofen- dont a n d seeking 13.2 m illion in civil d am a g es for attem p ted TW N F A L L S - M r. and M rs. opticnl espionage." M ax D. GAiley, Tw in F oils, are B rie fs, O B rien ohoged th a t S tans patlontd in th e daho Folia LDS charging n his suit U m l_ diveried 1H,000 n President Hospital, Both were njured n o O B rien had "fa lm ly an d N«on» cam paign funds to th e tru ffle accid o n l n c a r H e n r y s A LBO N S terlhig H ow ard m aliciously" accused h im of bank account of B e rn a rd L, L ak e n e a s te rn daho S ep t. 1. A dam s, 65, Albion, died Wcd-, larceny, espionage Barker, one of the Hvo Thoy were trnnsforrcd from the nesday a t hla homo following a latlons of the federal W atergate suspccts.. Ashton hdspltal_;to tho daho short lllnoss. crlmlnhl _jt«lute _ re!ntlng to NUons campaign jllroctor, F alls hospital.w ednesday. He was born May 8, 1007 at r i i.. r i A c q x O bituaries S.M, Adams F u n e r a l S e r / ic e s Corona lawyer electronicsurvolllonce." Clark M acgrpgor, flleddie S G S llc y ls m a n o g o n f th e Amorlcnn-Pork; Utah, He cam e h av e b ro u g h t-th lr a c tlo n.-m lllllin counteraull lw c d n esd ay _ G o ra!tt F re ig h t Lliies office n to daho in lom ond se ttle d n not only to - defend;_ m y,_ charglng.o M en wlth-lnv4sl6jl J w ln Falh. On (L -person was the V lew.area,n 1038 ho moved reputation ne a ln sta.v lc lo u a a n d - n fn rlv jicv n m l th e conslitullon- killed in th e ac cid en t.... wholly unfounded attack but to ol rights of Republicans ani) of servo nouco on M r. fljb rlen. p erv ertin g the fe d e ra l Judiciary ( T K T S * N c W s l i p s and his agents that so long a s (or political gain.. ; y. th - r t K J V B U H L F u n e rq l servlcofl fo r M ary E thyl G rig g s w ill be» conducted a t - 11 a.m. Saturday a t W h ite M o rtu a r y C h a p e l, C T v C Twin F a lls. F in a l ritcffw lll b e a t the Buhl Cem etery. ra R FELD, Cajlf. (U P) With a growingly m patient n a m c w M arines using flam e throw ers b roke the HO-day-od C om m unist hold on tho Qtumg TVl a t y C itadel ttfday and captu rd d th e fo rtress Just b e (o rt d a rk, m ilita ry spokes- i n d y R o b erts antlcpau ng men said. second ndenoldectomy... Mrs. M lilta i7 oh lclals hi Saigon H o rv o y H u b b a rd, lu p o rl, said th e m a rin e s, who sto rm ed tolklng on teleplm ne... D ave tlie C lladel T h u rsd a y n a Nelson riding bicycle to work two (lam ethrowers and aulod Zim merm an eaung out with ah a u r t and artillery today friends... Bob M agel shining to (nlsh tho Job, declared an >»ola w hile on desk duty a t. DflcUil victory at about 8 p jn. pollco station... N ancy (3 a.m. MDT. Tlie Communist TVucblood asking (or change to capture o( the O tadel May 1 buy cigorottes... Ken Mann roprosontod tho biggest success cnteruig courthouse at oorly o( th e o((onslve th a t began J iir... lino o( au to Ucenso M arch 30. buyers waiting for county office -!it1ie m arines took- the K>op«n... M rs.o. J. BeUwood ata d o l at 5 p jn," a South nspecting lost blossom s of Vietnamese spokesman said. A sum m er.... aiarlcss Johnson U.S. com m and source verified wearing coat wwlo working n the victory report. ofdco... G ddis L am m ers Tho (nal declaration o( a win operating clovotor and warning cam e n the sbtlh day o( hard P ossengers they m ay bo lig h tin g w lthbi th o 2(W oot-hlgh raw ooned betw een floors... w alls o ( the stru ctu re. U P AbleTJrTgu6n <n8l(rng with co rresp o n d en t B arney S eib ert polltlclona... an d overh eard, re p o rted (ro m Q uang T r th a t "W ell, s t su m m e r o r s t tho. g overnm ent tro o p s to d a y broughl up two flam ethrow ers jn o u n te d on a rm o re d c a rfl-to.. y th o -a ta d o l-a n d - b u m o d - N o rth. f m Magic Valley Hospitals S i. H c n c d i c U M a g i c V u llc y M e m o r i a l M i n i< l o k n M e m o r i a l V fotnam ese soldieia from bunk ers a to p tho s c a rre d w alls of tho Bth Century fortress. E a r lie r, t o d a y,...a. S o u th. V i e t n e s e spokesm an had p re d ic lb d v ic to ry " " w ith in T. o B l i n L E V - F u n c r a l serv ces the a tto rn e y h o u ra.... to Albion-, where he had since for M rs Edith Mov Cleveni«er n Salgon.ihe U ;S.-command T m resided. will be c o Z c t e 7 a t 2 p m V. Corona sharpened his announced punishing raids (or 8 S We<tacsday o( driving He atten d ed school ol S a r u r d o F o i T ir e J d s e D h T > o v iie the the (ourth consocutlvotny V ; P le a sa n t G rove, U tah, On O ct.- MQmorlnl C hapel F in a l rite s P rosccutor h ad no ntention ol U.S. Jet (ighter-bom bers into m oconvlcu onloll 20, 1025, he m orriod F drl will be in the Rupert CcmcTcry.. *S " lm " P rtlal Jury. North Vietnam and reported R obortjrat Provo, Utah. Attorriey R ichard Hawk one o( its warplanes shot dow n - Ho was preceded Ul death by.snapped, during an nterruption one and possibly two Commu- J Jf of D istrict A ttorney G. D ave J C n f L O l O f Tcja s questioning o( a prospective Juror: guilty T he conviction follow ed a ju ry tr ia l in B la in e C ounty.m a g istra te C ourt. S entencing has been act for Sept. 20. Adm itted D elbert Jackson and.m rs; Tom C apps, both Jero m e, and Glenn Caldw ell, Shoshone. Dlim iised...p am ela -Jo h i«o n "ah a M rb R obert Sfoclchdm and son, all -W en d ell;-m r8r- L o n n le -A y? rs 8 o n._ n o 8 «a o ri;:4!(o w a rd C o rb e tt, S h o sh o n e ; M rs. R ic h ard T h o m p n, G ooding, and rving Tim m erm an. An- tloch. C a lif." Cooding Coum y A dm itted Linda H a n n o n, Gooding and C larence Vik and W. R. Boyer. both H agerm on. ~ M rs. D ouglos W e lch, N e llie S p e n c e r, T e r e a s a C a s tle fo r d ; M rs. T h o m a s < B a r r lg a,f r e d a ie r an d Tony S m lth,m rs. R odney Johnson, V a sq u ei, all R u p ert, and Jonic Corl Benson, Use G erber, Mrs. Rodrlguei, Paul. - Donald Slevers, M rs. Allen D iim lised M unro, Bonnie R odden, M rs. J a c k S te w art, M rs. Salvador David H urat, K a ra n C ollins, C ru z a n d d a u g h te r, P e g g y C arol -Covington, M rs. Buffington, db M oyers Jean-B arth, air T n.f alls : Births Mrs". Howard Maiono: Jnrnm n; Snnt wpr<» hftrn tr Mr. and th re e so n s, two d a u g h te rs, one sla te r a n d his p aren ts. S u rv iv o rs include his w ife at Albioir stx ffomr; KOTfi H ow ard Adam s and Don niat MG Jets in a dogfight over- Hanoi. A dam s, both Albion; Joseph W illiam A d a m s, R ic h a r d A dam sand_e Jdon A dam s, all B urley, arid J a y S. A dam s, R u p afl)-th r««d a u g h to n i.-m rs. W quqcc R am onal S cars. nois reland s bloodbath ftluerpewcil awarded at - TF meet " T h a t s a lousy stfltem ent. E verone h ere kno\s th a t he (T c ja) sn t looking fw a f«lr m p artia l ju ry in this c a se." TjCja w as a sk in g a would-be Juror whether he fell boui sides 1.. w anted a n. o b jectiv e, fa ir " CHCAGO (U P ) An e a rth jury when H aw k in terru p te d his f * V, 1 o V R i b h - M m - M o r r is - < n o i ta t c m o f Shook h ouscs an d rc m n rk s a n d w a s Quickly T W N F y ttl E U ielm o rtis rfl. Cloyd C nalna.jind M rsrra n to n lo.o lo pi */ii nnh~m ra ttlo d w ln d o w s -ln -m u c h.o L jv o rru lo d by S u o e riw C ourt blue poncu a t T jiur- r s _ d a n d son, a ll R u p e r t. S ( S y n e n o r th e r n n d ia n a,, ju d g e R ich ard P a o n. B E n A C T n tn > ) A J > O m b s d a y s - m e -U n g S n - fm r h rn h L n n n «>uthern Wisconsin and eastern rn r». which blamed death, njury and Toastm istress Hub. S d V e r n A d a i i j r i.? i l r. J? l -.! l. a tto rn e y J o quit h is d estru ctio n through a p ack ed H er su b je c t w as D a lsle. (or R ic h a r d H o n t g e s, r t l a n d, M rs. J a m e s S pencer, R upert, -pwr; George Johnson. Burley ; ant tn.mr. and M rs. Jesse Joe M rs. M ichael Sim pson an d M rs. R odriguez. P aul. -H aro ld -B laek T b o th -B u h lrm rfl; P le a san t G rove; L ester A dam s, Twin F a lls, ond Cleve A dam s. Gilley; thrce alatflr3. Mrs, Johnnie & 1, P a u l; MrSj U R a e S trin g e r and R. M ichael B u rr,. C a s s i a M e m o r i a l - A dm itted M rs. Charles E. Skaggs, Mrs. Willett, Orem, Utah, and Mrs. Weather Service said. Contemptuous behavlo? afle Catholic pub- m inutes John,-* N ettle M agal w as No njuries w ere rep o rted. Hnwk npid T ojn ounht to sh u t m ldnlb h t M - lf ln e -o L g en cro L ev iilu ato r. - though there w ere scattered hla m outh " puowlng the nastiest we Ve had n Theme for the meeting was e p 0 rt3-0 f-m ln 0 P -d a n ia fl0 rju C h - K.«f,* _ h a»...n l. thn n ttn r. B elfa st," a B ritish a rm y SEE - S tim ulate, E d u cate ond i J k e s m a n said today. e v a lu a te He said one mart (h*ivlnerby~ The w elcom e and in> G r o % ; i " " l r S! S J i S = 3 - >» «P > -< o r and broken i y. T : W lllclt. O rom. Ubih. nnh M rs W( both K im berly; Je re m ia h Soul T r, r - m inols S tate PoUee a t Elgin u>ll n it anothjr atto ra ev l7 u > s outom obilo died whsn a troducuon w ere given by Dot M a r tln r K o tc h u m r-a n d Mr s. - " l s a i d - t h e t r e m o r - r a n (rs m - S o Z to s h M lller; prcsldont. NetUe Magol Ellwood W orry, Shoshone. S D»venport, ow a, to Chicago S c T d T s i l d sha,t>ly 6 " the invocauon ond pledge. _ D l.n,l..«_ «"d from Madison, Wls., to Hotel, North Belfast, n one of G «M iller was awarded the D lsm iised F lo y d C obb, A n c h o rag e A laska, an d Lee Ann G oolsby, -H a g e rm a n B irths A son w as born to Mr. M rs. John Lenker, Bliss. and S U it C R P T O N U A T S T H E T M E 5 - N E W S T w in F «ll l, dih o By.C trritr -P*f Month - ( D l l t V l. S U M l V r 3.S0 - By Mall P tid n Advanct D ism issed M icqpei...;ames,.taui. g rcat-grandchlldrcn. Mrs. Leonard Wright, Dennis Dismissed F un eral services w ill be B ronnon, M rs.-w llllam NUson _ -M r?- F "g_? w and c o n t o t o d lo a.m S atu riay B ertha White, M ichelle Coop R ichard D a b Alm ond, bolh n the Albion td S W ord Chapel M rs. Corn M iller, Jo an D ickson, B urley; D an M urphy, P aul, and with B ishop E rn e st C lark o(- D avid M cltlullln W illiam Ja m e s Johnson, O akley. delating. F inal rite s wlu bo a t 4 Uttledeld. Brenda Burlinaton l EJiLJalurday -ln -thejv m orloan -o n d W it A n ch T a S H F S T irifc H * d a u g h l e r T v r n to Mr. F ork C em etery. lihd M rs. Mlcha<51 Jam es, Paul. Friends may call at Payne a n d f r o m M adison. Wls., BloomlnKton Russian F alls; P a tric io T ru x a l, R upert; M rs. Floyd P atterson, H ansen; John W esley-r em aley, D elm a R o s c b a u m and M rs. Maud Shewmaker, all Kimberly; Ella Jasp e rjero m e ; Mrs. William., -Jolm son, H oiley-t M rs. Oren M ec re o ry, C a s tle fo r d, a n d City n N o w y o u k n o w By U nited P re ss n tern atio n al B abies w e re born to 11,4M M ortuary, B urley, this afternoon and evening, an d a t the Albion church S atu rd ay one hour before services. defector said aide the judge said sharply. "T his s-conteiiiptuous beha*. vlor, M r. H aw k, and w ont h av o -an y m o rc -O f.it..: Corona w as a rre s te d in M ay, 1071, an d sp e n t.15 m onth s n jail aw aiting trial"on ch a rg e s of hacking to d e a th 25 m ig ra n t fa rm w o rk ers an d burying th e ir bodies.along tho F e a th e r R iv er H otel, N orth B elfast, n one of the c a p ita ls, few "m ix e d Homan Catholic and Protestant a re a s.... T he d ea th of the p asse rb y -ra is c d -to -M O -lh e rtum bof o r p ersons killed n th ree y e a rs of Northern reland bloodshed. G erl M iller w as aw ard e d the re d p e n c il fo r b e s t p e r fo r m a n c e. She s e r v e d as tflastm istress. - - Do tm iller w a s in ch a rg e of lo b le toplcsta fda Strong gave th e le x ic o lo g y a n d A lleen U ndem ood w as n c h a rg e of.monlh 9Mon1h«* AAAon1h> - H arry K lrtland, W endell. D lh hi D aughters were born to.mr. JlttiUuticriDtloni cct7«sliv "imd M rs. G. Alex Slncmir, Twin earrl*r dtllvv ii mslnlalntd. «. 7 S 7,75 114,30 U7.00 TM ES-NEW S SUBSCRBERS fo r«* rvic «o n P a p # ro * tiv # ry Call your cirrier or til* T im ti-n tw i Ffllls, nnd~to~m r; and M rs: U R a e S tringer, K im b erly,> n d a son to M r. an d M rs. Thom as Sm ith, Tw in F alls. Rescue unit holds meel in Burley B lo inc C otin tj, A dm itted H arry Sturtevant. Bellevue. n «r «n N O b i J O K d W ASHNGTON (U P D - T h c H ouse overw helm ing approved T h u rsd a y a $74.5 billion defense a p p ro p riatio n a fte r voting to abolish K P for G ls and dofenu ng on end th e w ar am endment. D e s p ite b e in g c u t by 15 billion, th e bill a pproved 322 to 40 w a s.still m ore th a n $500 m illion h ig h er th an any -pro- V E N T A N E. L aos (U P)- /H ie R u s la n em b o ssy em ployee w ho d e f e c te d to th e U n ite d S ta tes e a rly th is w eek w as an aide to a Soviet m ilitary a tta c h e expelled from the U nited S ta te s in th e mid-106qs, inform ed d ip lo m a tic sources sal( today* Sources sa id th e R ussian d efector, E ugenie Sorokine, 24, - Reading class set at CS B U R LEY - T he M lni-casslo. S c w c h n d - n c s c u e - l l n i l, J. - ; ; ; * h e ld ts r e g u la r m o n th ly business m eeting W ednesday 3 K L.. a evening at Prices Cafe. i t U S l p a r l V T he s e s s l o n _ s u n d e r the )n. of b o n foh w as held on the 1 p ro c e d u re in c o n ta c tin g u 1 f C l U O N orthern C alifornia p erso n s, som e only for shock but m an y for "very serio u s injuries. N eith er police nor a rm y officials would say w ho [th ey thought planted th e 200-pound c h a rg e. B ut the m p e ria ls ground floor b ar w as know n as a p o p u lar h au n t of rish R ep u b lita n A rm yx lr A ) m cn.. B om bers e a rlie r stru ck sever- TW N FA LLS - A re ad in g ul p o ln ts-in Belfast. S ecurity m provem ent co u rse, known a s w u rc e s said they could not ru le wasa8s l S rortiir& s p e e d - r e a d i n g,.w ill o p o n opt th e possibility th e m perial em bassy h ere for th e p ast y e a r M onday night a t th e College o l bom b _ w as p lan ted b y -P M te - as nterpreter and driver for Southern daho. stant oxtrom lsts n reprisal for Col. V ladlm lfprg retchnhiio M arvlnguuscock. Director of th(l earlier_m nsl,1, _. G retchanine, assigned to adult edeau on, sold the clo»» s W ashington ab o u t lom, w as P "" B. believed by dplom auo so u rc es» >»> Po l»»l»n. 10 t)e iinkcd to the sovior itolllgimcfi organizaiion, KUli. ltndcnrf Two B elfast hospitals re p o rt- education, ed treating a total of m ore than R oberta Reynolds was welcomed as 0 new mem ber. Dale Carnegie Course NOW FORMNG n Tw in Falls lior nformation. - ; Phone F ll«r-r o o tru n -H o lllit* r W a n d tlljtro m * -. GoodlnO H«atrm an }S3S. C O M M U N T Y C O R R e S P b N O E N T S A lm o M rt. Wallace Taylor Buhl-. -., Pauline Day Filer Marlorle Lierman voters Ho w as one of se v e ra l R ussians n stru c to r will be M arilyn eipelled by tho United States in G m em bers When a Boorch and.a reprisal move following the s the beat qualified reading re scu e m ission h as been called FA L.S Queen for p expulsion of A m erican dlplo- h u c t o r of daho, an d how to notify m e m b e ra who.nlflht w a s the them e of the.m a ts from M oscow. No specific, course is designed to a re en ro u te for a m lsslo in v h cn W e d n e sd a y n ig h t S ig m a reaso n w as given for his o uster, im prove read in g efficiency n BURLEV - R epublican t has been called off. choptor. Beta Slgmo Phi, rush P a r ty m e m b e r s n - C o s s l a t w as onnounce d t h a f. a V" W i n n < > r «County held a work session training session on survival will H w vin Anderson.. -.Wednesday, evening at Ron* bepresentedby tho-y.s.«rm od w ere,.m rs. Dick. TWN FALLS. M agic derosalnn. forces n Decem ber. Peraons Cjjsper d M rs. Dave Fupke. Valldy D uplicate Club held M em bers began a telephone nterested in the train in g tournam ent ploy Wednesday WHOLE OR HALF U.S.D.A. CH O CE 64* POUND CUT, W RAPPiD, QUCK F R O Z N llna County P«Ogy Chu Hagernnan Wllma Larson. Hanilh D orothea S teelim lth JaVom. C h arlo tle Boll King Hill M ri. A rlhur Grear th e tra in in g " P " a» to u rn am en t colling p ro ect seeking session are to register with of ceremony for the afternoon at Episcopal Hall A. volunteers to work Sepl.StTin a Taylor within the next month.,, r n un. Overall winners nclude M rs. onelay d riv e to g e t ev e ry o n e in P rin te d in fo rm a tio n pp D o lt M rs. K elly l k ln g b lll won h.e. B u rg ess an d M rs. L. B37.443A Uio c o u n ty R egistered n ah Y ourself S u rv l al K f t w irt th eprle efortho.bestj)lctup o,q f R obertson, firs t; M rs. R, J..f f f o r t to g et m ore re sld e rtft to p r e s e n te d to e a c h m e m b e r Quoen m a d e from bubble gum. Cook and M rs. W; R. Cook,, vete-ln th e g en e ral election. a lo n g w ith in fo rm a tio n o n - L o r r y *ocond;,m rs. J. T. Shelby d "nie p ro je c t w as s p c a rh c a d o jjl lk in g -B flc k im itlc lp g l e ty, bym r. andm rs.m ezm cm orray wildornefta travel in sum m er, _ 3 W a _ a n d th e y re p o rte d th e telephoncj_fau and w in ter, ond fo u r lines of S colling continue d e fe n se a g a in st hypothorm lji. " e a c h d a y until a ll re sid e n ts in. A le tte r w as p re p a re d fo r the 487? n j the county hav e b een con- w iv e s o f th e u n it, lu tln g ta c te d.; r inform ation on w h at to oxpoct H )0 m e n and w om en who when tholr h u sbands a r e called speed, vocabulary ond com prehension. R egistration. Q nd-lnform ntign_ a r e available by contacu ng G lasscock, h3-0&s4. T he course will be ta u g fa 1 it7 t% i1 0 6 o f% : Slilelds A cadem ic Building. FRONT QUARTER 5 8 POUND G U, WMPfD, QUCK aozfn -.M l n i.e a n ir r G w rg la L.ylon tle h llild - D slad lk on, *l!»t O orn« ,/c.m o b ls l* w o r ra T o iis ia a y oveninghiu lo a s s ls tln i) s e a r c H w u o " > n ~ b «~ h e r d ~ ln T 3 e c e m t«iv J lij r M 7 g 7 j - 5 j3,j ~ S D rlro d» l» w ore ploased-w lth tho rospoijso- mlsslon.* " - W " M rs.-a c -M,-v y y c o ff.-;«n d -M rs.;j - Oi,*,llrB r6n>on : M l»m ;7 ;j-<it-loe«l-reid» nlsi-» ald --A te - - Tho nojit mooting will b» -8 fo rm a tio n oan -oall-m ra.lllcli q u s A v o ro tt-a n d -M ra _ l,jl, M u rra y. (),m. OeL. u a i.p ric o s u o ie. i p o n r " A dam s, M rs. Q a ry A ik o w, M rs. -M rs. H. a : U n d e m e r, th ird ; T «f r y C u m m in s. M rs. C jls - r s :K ;- E r K iil - n n d M r s r A r DoAlba, M rs. N o rris rish, M rs. v ic to r, foiiruii M rs. H. C. Hall B o b - L a n c a d te r, M r», B ob,u id M rb rb o tty O tto, flflh i M rs, M cd onald and M rs. Bob M oore, j, m. K ngsberry an d M rs. P. F. H ionoxlm eetlngw lllbosept. Jenson, sixth. O th e r w inners n c lu d o M rs. th * third annual flea m arket. M ary -Kelnlen and Mrs.- Faren HST HND- QUARTER 7 2 POilND C U T,* W RAPM O. _ QUCK rroxn C U S TO M BUTCH ER NG, C U T T N G W RAPPNG O F = i B E E F - P O R l - W M f c C U S TO M CURN G EORPORK - ANHAPCKUP-M ONDilYS& THURSDALS - Kcnri«>>trHutehln» Bil5-5311~.

3 Airw est h i b ry TWN FALLS "nic merger airline is one of th e highest in WM a djsnstcr n Uic begin- U.S. buslnew, ho said.,. ning," said Hughes n 1D70, ad C -0 Jot alrplano rwest Thursday. like th a t used by H ughes Air- n D speech before the Twin w est, cost 14.1 m illion. The Falla kiwanls Qub, Capt. David sam e alrp la n o now co sts about Hinson, aaslsuin to the general 15.3 m illion... manager,.hughes Alrweat, Uit Hinson said A irw est will hav e Angelos, Calif., reviewed the to double its sales n-uio next 10 history and general operation of y ears to koop the sam e p er cent Ho said the concept of way the groas national product m erging Bonanza, West Coast s rising., and P acific airlines for a We arc after the problems, regional airline w/is excellent, bu t w e m u s t in c ro a so but the nitial oxdcutlbn was not productivity to com bat them," so good. he said. n 106a U)c airline lost about tru A n k regional airline 129 miluon on million sales. m ust give first class serv ic e to But n th e last two y ears since How ard Hughes bought Airw est, the com pany hns worked tlie p eo p le," Hinson sa id, to survive th e com peiluon. One financial condition the h ard to increase ts efficiency, airline c a n t now c o n tr o llilr e Hinson said. The airlin e expects a 2 to $3 million profit this year, afte r a m illion ledernl subsidy, Hinson said. governm ent subsidy. Ho said the airlin e now w a n ts out of subsidy an d s taking step s to get out.. D A V D H N S O N. speuks in X - - Growth indicates, ag base xickois aviiaiiic rpp. TWN FA L L S -T ickeu are still avaiuble for th c T w ln - rn llj- J u n ld r c iu b n o u r a f h 6 h rts 7 ~ - T h c t o u r w m W T r f p ll o 5 p.t o.s u n f l a y T n r h o m ci of M r. an d M rs. Alex B rch m, M r. ond M rs. D ennis E a it, M r. and M rs. R ayinond. H anson an d M r. aifd M rs. F ra n k Kin](. F u n d i ra ise d by the t o u r will go for sp ec ia l education gym nastic etiulpment. T ick c ts m ay be obu lned from any Ju n io r Club m em ber, Krengl s, Edsons n the Lynwood M all o r b y callin g M rt. T e rry Sm ith, 733 > On S unday, tick ets can be obtained a t M rs. Sm ith s home at M7 Del M ar Drive. Elector sign-up month proclaim ed TW N F A L - daho V oter R e g is tr a tio n M o n th bckns. S unday by pro c la m atio n of Gov. C ecil D. A ndrus. - T he statcw idp cam paign to re g is te r eligible v o ters s led by th e jjag u e of W om en V oters an d endorsed by both political p a rtie s. We h b v e r e tr a in e d T he league s g o al will be to - Thiff is abo6t a $23 -mllllon- cvorybbdy iri"the d T rlin o,h o achiev e T C gt8trntlon-of-t» p e r swing in th ree y eo rs, he-sald, said to ncrease efficiency.,, cent of eligible v o ters and to the airline s now a sound He said Twin F alls is vital to en c o u rag e 00 p e r ccnt of those financial business. H u g h e s A irw e st, g iv in g an registered to cast ballots Nov. 7. t does have serious problem s outline of now schedules added. M arjo rie Slottcn. Twln- Foils,....n -three.arcas - rcp u latlo n *. iir j»ddluon-to-uc SO- weekly high la to r co sts arid com peti- - trip s n an d out of Tw in F a lls, a Voting rig h ts clin lrm an of th e s ta te lieag u e of W omen. Voters, Uon, he said. morning trip to BolSe, Spokane, said today, n th e 1070 g en e ral TW N.- FA LLS - G ro w th Dwelling on each, Hinson said X ew iston a n d S eattle is being e le c tio n th e re w e re 304,092 p a tte rn s n Twin F alls County an airline s one of th e m ost added. d a h o an s reglb tcredjoote, but ndicate a continued ag ric u ltu re, regulated of all busincrses, 11)0 ski-flight.oh Saturdays onlj-24b,147 (ir(57.0 p e r cen t-o f,,,, > - >t. buuau, ase, but uui u a iiuuu n eed lur for planning itiuiiiiuiv of haying* to be com pletely cer- Ufied by: th e F ederal Aviation S r r r : l - e l o p m c n t 1 ru ra l a re a s. airlin es schedule pending FA A U. P, F asollno, professlok al Adm inistration. approval. H inson said one will p lan n e r, c u rre n tly w orking on a Ho said th e com pany also has originaic ;ln ixw Angeles, fly to revi3«id c o m p re h en siv e plan for to pay 51 ccnts of every dollar of S alt Lako City and then to Twin th e county, told th e Twin F alls - sales for w ages and benefits He F alls. County Plannlnp. a n d Zoninu said this figure s one of- the A second ski flight will be nonstop from San F ran c isc o to C om m ission t mu.st p re p a re for highest of an y business. For th is type of co m m ercial, in*- com parison th e steel industry Twin F a lls d u strlal and subdivision grow th p a y s only 30 cc n ls on h rd o U o r A th ird wul o rig in ate n in future planning. for wages and benefits. P o rtla n d and S eattle, flying to He said he expects to hav e the. Ric c a p ita l outlay of an College schedules aviation sch ool re ad y for p re sen tatio n in about 45 days. County-zoning board mem b ers received a re q u est from Glenn E. Jen k in s lo r rezdnlng ol a dditional p roperty he ow ns on, A ddison.a v e n u e E a s t a n d E a stla n d D rive to a com m ercial elasfllfieotionrw e-has-h skedf DeU Van O rden will in stru ct p m. T he fee will be $20 plus the pilots in a re v le w io f basic. book expenses,, re q u ir e m e n ts fo r a p r iv a te ~ P o r fu rth e r inform ation coll license A dvonced instruction D en T o r r O r d c n ; n T r o r w ill n c lu d e -navigation, M a r v in G lob scock, , m eteorology, use of th e com - extension 2L.. co m m ercial d e sig n n tlo n o n a TWN FALLS - A course in pulr (gdernl a ir rp e u la tlo n s a v id d o n - g ro u n d s c lio o l for._ private. and.xflmmeccial.pllqla_. s,being o ffered by tlie College and visual night rules. work on VnV riatxzonlne rates the of S buthem daho. * - w ill m e e t Sept. 27 from 7 lo 10 Harney, Lum ber Co. n Kimb erly, re q u ested com m ercial zoning on a nine-acre piecc of pi!i)perty_jual SQUthwe3t..of_;{he.. H ansen B ridge w here H ighw ays 30and 50 Join. H e lio p e s to locate his business Uioro w ith, spce av a ila b le for o th e r businesses. Z oning o ff ic ia ls to o k th e m a tte r u nder consideration as th is would open a com plete new, brea to -com m ercial use. Land H plm qulst. nttcnded. n th a t a r e a ls now agrlculturalt E e r Noble re a d a n "lit - o m l-1 S -2 o n cd -fo r-ffg rlc U U u ral- Unity club meets TWN FA LLS - Unity Club m em bers com bined a re g u la r m eeting w ith a desse rt luncheon vitation from M rs. J. E. Dlllion, W ednesday o l the hom o -of d au g h te r of Zelia B rico,*to an O th e r r e q u e a la on w h ich Jew el Von ns. afternoon tea from 2 to 5 p,m. public hea rin g s w ere authorized nez Boyd c o n d u c te d th e Sept. 24. The te a will honor M rs. for later d a te s included a zoning m eeting w hich followed hie B rice on h er OOthBlrthdoy. varia n ce for p ro p e rty northw est nrncheon in th e absence of P earl E l r n e N e s b it, p ro g r a m of Twin F a lls owned by S am. Buchanan, president. c h a irm an, review ed th e Fox Huck. Roll call of A Day a t the F ire Book by Eliot W lgglnton. He had been denied a zone F a ir, w as answ ered by 17 The book is a co n tra st of ch an g e for location of a m obile m em bers, One guest, C harlene y e ste ry e a r and today. hom o p a rk on tho Pole Line R oad an d h a s now asked for zoning v a ria n c e w ith w h a te v er re stric tio n s the b o ard w ishes lo m pose. Almo ward holds T erry Vari O stran asked for perm ission to lo cate an arenoon his fa rm on O rch ard Drlvq scavenger hunt south of tow n. No zoning change is re q u ired an d perm ission was g ran ted. A1,m 6 - The opening youth W ard, B lake T aylor, Sliuron J im B o w d en re q u e s te d r.fiocialof. th e AUno Wurri l.n s K lm ber. T cddv T ra cy, Kenna p c rm lsa io iv -to * re m o d e l -tw o Church fe atu re d a scaven g er T rapy.v lckle Jones, x T racy, fo rm e r ap p le packing buildings hunl W ednesday night a t th e M arlon Sheridan, M rs.h. E. on his p ro p e rty south p f j t l m - _ tfc ti!n lld n -h all. K ins,-a rleiie-u D yd.iu«lr»hop lallolopactmpnlhmimes, uiahjim ctod-.by Wmiani-Jo M rsw illiam Jones and R obert V a le rie W a rd a n d J u lie W ard.. Durfee p resen ted a d u et on the MA them e for the y ea r s tliem c. And f you keep m y com m andm ents an( endure to th e A chicken supper w as served end, you shdll have olornal life, by officers of tlic MA w ith M rs. which gift is the g re a te st of all. WiUiam.T ra cy, M rs, H arold -th o gifts of- G o d.". t was; DHCfee. and M rs. Jo n es n dram atized wlu» E lb ert and charge.. " Helen Durfee as n a rra io rsr -.-. Singing was directed by Mrs iheM ]w rticlpnu im th e - T rire y ond--m rfi..- Tvnn p re s e n ta tio n w ore M a r y. D w rlngton organist,, b arlngton, Dc* Jones,.Susan The invoc,aron waaglvtffflo?. W ard. Scott Erickson, O a rk D avid Boden. daho gels funds from water agency WXSimOTON lu P l M oro tluin ll.s mluliin tro m th e n n d and, w a te r conservation fund h S l)«on:npporu on«l W - daho, U. S. n c p. Jnino«A. M cq u re hnnounccd TTiursdoy. - M c a u r(m m -th o -»,M l-,m «p lan s a fouvfplex in ca ch of t h e, buildings. A public h earin g will be set. G urry C u m i n s osked for zoning to alw S p n stru c tio n of an autom obile ra c e tra c k n e a r th e tow n of Hock CYeek in conjunction w ith a rodeo are n a presently located Uiere. Cliiircli tiisiitf.cndrsoiiglit : B O SE ( ilp ) - A group t e n t on dofonting n constitutional am e n d m e n t allow ing public funds to be used n bussing parochial and private school stud en ts s being form ed h e re. -W ay n e-y i f Y o rlcn \... ip o W lim at rfo F thewi>lip_e(tuci\tli)n A M M iatlon, Bald H iu rsd a y som e of th e la rg e r groups n th e HMalltlqn include -n w n n H rn v a lin b lo to th e Htato th e T JA, M vcrar~ P ris tc»tant for g ra n ts to enunlly m atch c h u rc h e t n nd <lalw.m em 1wrae[ hinds th ey provide for sta te, th e A m erlcons U nited for tha county a n d m unicipal outdoor j?p.d arjitio n.o[.chur h«nd.slat«. re c r e a tio n a r e a a c g u lslilo A s Tlio kick-off cam p aig n tyill a n d d o v e lo p n» r(;...,iv w a s to g ln w lth n d ln n e rm eetln g S ep t. detefmlniic-mom a 183 m ill!-:,. 22 at thedowntowner Motel n tliose re g iste re d, oclually cast bftuota, n our.tw o c ra c y Uiat sile n t one th ird m u st be reached an d convinced th at one vote o fte n m o k e s a lo r g e dlf- ference." Full cooperation wltli tjie cam paign h as been expressed by S ecreto ry of S ta te, Pete C e n ilrru s a, A u g u st B etk e, pre sid e n t of tlio daho AflsoclntiotioT E lected" County O fficials, and D. F. Engelking, s ta te su p erin ten d en t of public instruction, M rs. Slotten said- L ocal lo o g u e s hav c been asuod lo organize cam pnlghs wlui n terested civic groups a n d officials. n terested citizens an d o rganizations a re psked to c o n ta c t--t w in F a l l s - c n g u o pre sid e n t, M rs. Stephen Sm ith. unem climbs to TW N F A L L S July* unem ploym ent n Twin F alls reached 7.0 p er cen t, according lo a m onthly buirelfn of the daho D e p a rtm e n t of E m ploym ent. D uring Uie sa m e m onth, the labor force g re w to an unprecedented 22,200 workers. n ie _Jump_ in Twin Fnllg lobiess rc p fe se n te d ; a 2.0 per cent in cre ase o v er a m ontli ago, while th e ncrease in.available w orkers w as 1.3 p e r cen t. U b o r a n a ly st K en Hodge a ttr ib u te d th e n c re a s e n Joblessness to layoffs in th e food p ro c e s s in g a n d a g r ic u ltu r e licldsrn on-m nnufnclurlng Jobs" showed a slig h t g ain, while construction Jobs em ployed 200 Stor.v hour l i l a n. s n i n i l o TW N P A L L S - J u lie Ciufihgy, {L,PQgP n the Twin T lfit u b lic U B ra ry, will be coordinator for th e S atu rd ay story -hour., The sto ry h o u r will be held at ll a.m.tn the chiltlrenlsrpotp-of Uie public lib ra ry building. Miss Caughey, a stu d e n t *at/ th e College 0/ S outhern daho, will be ossistetl by.her 8lster,-.Vlckle CaUghey, also a C S student; m ajoring n d ra m a an d speech. ort an 4 vpragf> 5 0 _Sjq. Yd. Purchase EWAW C\H>i: ()\ Hh oorchtottitjter-fioopffn e r h s Colors... Kvery P opular F abritl.ni>w th r»ii{>li S iiliirtjiiy O n ly! Vi c ve s la s h - pcl r ir i s on E v e ry (4ir >ot in E v e ry Scars, (U irp e l D e p a rrm c n l. (.lioosc fro m Tw e e d s. S e iilp ln re d s. Shiijjs. Miislieh. J n d o o r -O iiu lo o r, K ile lie ii, n n d M iigy -- M o re T e x liire s ni)d W anted l.iix iirio u s l*al l e r n s. l* i( k f r o m.a ll t h e N t p i d a r u h r i c s i n - (lndinf> W o o l A it ilm i" lic ry lir! N y lo n. o r- riil" polyesler und otlieri..savevhh N on Vever B e fo re lle lie ve d Pos»- il>l(- on C iirpelinft F o r Every R<rom - Have,lloinu uli of Jit*H (;arpt liiift:d!uc liiilieucitril; o f Sayinf.i. Viw i n y o n i < - l i», n e. S e i i r s liiis 1001 ways l o e o v e v y o u r f l o o r s... n c o l o r s g a l o r e. N o w e h o o s e a n y e a r p c i o n s a le... H u t h u r r y... Y iis w ii M AKK liodslvcalls S e e E u r g c S i/»? S a l w p T e n Y o n r l l «m e... N o a h l i K a l i o n, o f c o u r s e. Useear.s Easy S H O r - A r s M i r A l t S - A l m g A V R SatiRfaction Guarantciyl ar.your Xiomy Back»r.n > t»7t.. J. i u Sears J ie A n S J Q E S c K -A ta ix a E n p p iia n tit. C a r p e tin g H of<r H ta lr ri, T ir ft, B a lttr ie i P a in t e/to at S t a n A p p lia n c e Slo ret: C A.N O K. T A M 2781 W.aSOOSo. M l R A V.K A.S T, _ 5fi3l) So. 9lh E.. S r C A H O l S K 2152 llighliind Dr. ( J ; ; : B L n i, H v, n ) A u o,?24l Ovcrliinii A vr. P O r.a T il.l.o, )..205 So. M ain S i.. t f B H C A M C T. D T : SO M. M ain St. ilo l r N T r W N -H O M K r M )! 3»>:. N.2 n d Ka»l E X D U G, D A H O - " 20 W m i U t So o n t a i h o. o r r o o m l «9 8 o.-w M t r l)<llt lllti n,,, xr anil Sal (, p ni N.hiii llin p.lii Fridfty. Sopfombor 15, 1 W Tlmo«-Now«, tw in.faili, d a h o people m o re th an during June; Among business expansions noted in, U io, re p o rt, Hodge singled out th e new Tupperw are p la n t in Jero m e os adding to the jobs available in the a re a. The Moore- B usiness Fbrnrifl; pldnv, now being built n ea r Jero m e, will also bring Jobs to a re a.w o rk ers; ijonstruciion,: according lb th e re p o rt," s boom ing in Twin F alls County th is su m m e r. A m a s s iv e lo c a l m p ro v e rh e n t d istric t project* in th e downtow n a re a atc o u n t.fo r4fnuch of th e rise. P u t the big jum p, according lo UiFreporf; s a la rg e ncrease in residential building p erm its. P erm its totaling 1256,000 w ere ssu ed during Ju ly this yonr, M m p are d to only $70,000 a y e a r ago. But cdmmercial construction p erm its declined from :l04;m 0-D - y e a r ago in Ju ly to $74,000 th is year. Y O U R C O M P L E T E FLOOR COVERNG -----STORE All th e s u p p lie s a n d o q u ip fn o n t fo r tho p b -lt-y o o rs o lfe r o r E x p e r t S o rv ito m o h t o - d b j t j o r - y b u CUSTOM Floors of dalio A d d lio n A v a.f. Pti. 733-S414 O P E N A L L D A Y S A T U R D A Y - O U Y O U U Jl) ;)N C :N K lid S -,v Dnilt U...litMipm. S.H... nil 1 p,n.plenty OF FREE PARKNG Anderson f \ LUMBER CO. TWM FALLS >> y. j. T t V.., t i l l l A- i s 5 «. < i : ; r hr«r«-x«til»fll M> Mi;M> «U-11* U, Jll 4.m-lill U.m... iir»,, S.r lilkipin Mo....n.l tt p.m.. lh iin SiiM<U> NiMiMiill.pin (:i.i>rhsuniu«= ; 3 :

4 = R O W ta N D W A N S :a rr G B E R T T N O V A» Friday. Sopfombor 15, 1973 < Al Wtifcrgrin, Putsliihor PHONE 733>093l O<ic(»l City tnd County N *w ip «p *r >Mf<nb«r of Audit D urttu o rcircu lm lo n U P l _? y y LwUe>Ki_ion*fripi_!<#«hfl.Cotie, Tjigrid#yJihifiby_dtiloneffd.eiJtie-dfly.QUht.wfleK,on-wtilch- l*oal n o tlc««will b «p u bllthtd. P u b llih td d tlly «n d Sunday, tu ctp t Saturday, at *32 Th ird Straat.Watt,. Tw in F a ll!, d a h o,u 01,b y Maolc V a lity N tw tp a p a ri, inc. E nta rtd a i t*coad c U t i mall m a fttr Apr),. t l l. t ttivpoil oftica n Tw in Palfi, datio, S30, undtr h i act of M arch, 7 7 = B tn n ff J i K h a ; h r n a rccent television intprvicw, Supreme Court Justice William 0. Doulbs 1 remarked tliat lie miglit. 7haVe beep presidenrin Ho w as, lie said, fra n k lin D.- Roqsovelt s first choice as n running mate in the 1044 election, but intraparty maneuvering kept him off the ticket. Had he succeeded, to the presidency upon the death of FDR, he added, he would not have dropped the atom bomb on. Hiroshima." What Douglas would really have done with o f about the atom bomb cnn, of-course,- noycr-bu knuwnr even, by Douglas him self. As, president, he would have been "ptlvy "to certain facts and;=in-~ formation which even now remain clnssified as secret. Speculation is- -thus pr-ewyfruitiess. Yet in view of the fact that many Americans share his opinion that the - dropping of tlie bomb was un- necessary indeed, Uie conviction seems to become more widely held the further Hiroshima recedes into the p ast it may be worth attempting lo arrive at some sort of realistic judgment. Mitchell Wilson was a, young physicist working for the government in n an article in the New York Times a while back, he told how he had declined to work on._ ih e itom bomb project out of m oral. quttlmsrond is still glad that he did. A recent-tripilo Japan, however, wa3_an_eyii:0i)i!ner_l9_!to. n Tokyo, he jwsed this question 16 J o p a f i e s e j c i e h t i s t s L l "Could yoii describe what sort of demonslra tl6n pf the a tom bomb the United States could hav6 made in some unintiabited area which could have convinced the Japanese high command-that to continue the w n f was hopeless?", To his amazement, not one. Japanese scientist could describe sucha demonstration. Not one even.. trjed. Some of the most polite ones, he & ys, tried not to smile a t his naivete.. "You must understand the mentality Of that time of the Japanese rulers, and those of us who w ere ru le d," said one physicist. --and everyone! else trained every day with sharpened --bamboo slicks resist to the last man invading AmericanUmks and. flame throwers.. We had been educnted-to-dib-for-the Emperor.. To die for him was my fate, my purpose." Said an" internationally known efectroriibs cxpert7"*w8 couldtlw believe even up to the last minute that we would- lose the w ar. " B u t th ere was a -demortstration!" said a senior physicist im patiently.; "W asnt Hiroshima demonstralion enough? Vet the next day, our high command said that the powerful jiew. American bomb was really no cause for. alarm." Whatever verdict history will pass on the need to destroy Hiroshima and Nagasaki to save a million American lives, concludes " WiWon, when the m atter is put in terms of. the Japanese values generallyiaccepted during-the war, - the belief that there might have Jieen a useful -p re m illta ry - demonstration of the bomb turns out to be another one of historys T iiy th s , _ And not only m illions of A m ericans b u t tn illio n s of ; Japanese may be glad that it was not William 0. Douglas but a relative nonentity named Harry S Truman who succeeded to tho U, S. picsldency in TrWieaiirn ania t may come as news to most casual heodline scanners, but- the quadrennial U. S. presidential, With July prices up 4.5 per cent over tlie year before 6.9 per cent for food alone inflation is of conviilsions may well not be the continuing concern. Likew ise only major national election on this full s political scene. Canada also, islira n interesting unemployment; running at better than 6 per cent of the labor force. The value pf the Canadian dollar condition. n Ottawa, both the has ticen rising,w ith the U. S. J Liberal ins and the Conservative outs expect Prim e Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to set a fall date for parliamentary elections, probably in October. f Trudeau is seeking to renew the lease on the office he won in logu on a wave of "Triideaumania" -public, d ra tlc astajargepailtli?! it. dollar recently being discounted up to 4 per cent n Canada instead of commanding a premiurti as was so long the case. While it may provide some small fillip to national pride, the other side of this particular coin is that Canadian products become increasingly expensive on world m arketsrthrgatcninirexpdrts. infatuation.wifirtho now~;lbdktind:i:3:hc~eoiraeiative-oppq sitlon sound of the dashing professor charges the Trudeau govbrnmenf turm d poiiticinn. Trudcnu lind charisma plus something lo say and a way of saying it that captured public fancy. t was all so m e w h at-rem in iscen t of the Kennedy thing soulh of the border, but with a very special Canadian touch of mixed French and *English_diac.e.nt, Trudeau perhas no policies or ( clutch of economic probl3ms other tlian an economic slowdown. The pi-ospect of wage-prlce controls has twen raised, a step which Trudeau, vievving the U. S. experience with considerable skepticism, continues lo reject. P ublic-opinion soundings in CHCAGO r - T he continued defy bellol. n an sw er to n Ms n iln d," a young! aloam an N l«bn in 1008 a n d overdeou nd - of- -S & n. G e o rg e -q u e su o n ih a lre d r a f t s fo r ua-by- io ld T B r- butt iow -h«s-w ishy*"w iolm lnglyby b e w o c m tlc Scnr M co ovorn am o n g tho w hilo p o llsle r flllv o r Q uaylo, Uieso washy,,. Adlol Stevenson tl in 1970, otlm lc w orking cla!h O f-m ay o r~ w er«-th o M tonu hlngjfc sulls;- S u c h -p o r,te n ts- o f - J a a a to c _ S o in o - N i;to n..jro to rs, - licrc,. R ich ard J. D aloys C hicago, X lx o n 47, M cg overn, S, un- 7 8 h o w ln g -n o - a lg n -o f- re y e rs a l declded-o; th re a te n s a m a ssiv e landslido T tieso v o ters, though loss tlia n for P re sid e n t N«on n v itally p lo o so d w ith M r. N ix o n sim portant llinois. perfonmanco onvletnom and O u r n te r v ie w s wlthbl tlie oconohiy, s im p ly cannot ro g ls te ie d. v o te r s (-31 c n te rta fn the thought of G eorge D e m o c rats, 20 ndependents,,10 M cg overn a s P rcsld en l. n-, lopubliconb) :in-tw o_baroinctbt_b load_flf_raliyjnb._m cq <> y-c m. b l u e - c o l ia r p r e c in c ts on see m s still dropping. tind of a u c ag o s mld-souuiwcat Side liked hlmtthon ho woss lenl(lng ROBERT ALLEN WMO SAYS MO MAH S AN SLAND? _Panther P roblem c o m e fr o m two p r e c in c ts how ever, m a y be a little shaky. (M lm ic d ~ fo rt ijrb y o lc e tlo n a ~ N (m rln iiilf~ liln u D D o ft6n ~ ln a n a ly s t R ic h a rd S c a m m o n ) Uiese blue-collar neighborhoods w h o se v o te r s o r e o v e r - feel ho fa v o rs big business over w h e lm ln g ly w hite o t h n i c Uie w orking m an, about half C atliollcs a n d preponderantly disapprove ol bom bing Nortli D e m o c rats and labor union V ietnam and m an y com plain he m em b ers. M oreover, tliey hove ms not ended tlio wah as Tccently -provcd.a.barom etcr-olpriim lscd, Uie en tire s ta te hav in g been N evortlielbss, M r. N iio n s c a rrie d n arrow ly by P re sid e n t d ecid ed ly Uio le sse r evil to them.. A retired m achinist who *3 u lifo lu iik D u iiiu tx u l tj ru bled th a t tlio N ixon oconomlc controls fav o r big. business. B ut M cg ovcrn gnvo Daley aw ful rough tre a tm e n t a t the convention," ho a d d c d r and. d ont like th a t business of bogging for p e a c e." H ischolco: Nixon. A lthough a f e w v o ters still clain) tliey tuiow lttlo abput M cg overn, th e m a jo rity now have nn m ago of him ori unfavorable one, p artlcolarly a fte r the Engleton a ffa ir.. A young tca ch o r -told us M cg overn n early lost my lls firs t Vico P rosldonl. Ho didrnjvtrwitii him,v, t h e, r e s u lt - i s o. cillsia n. c fjd lb lu ty. W hilo-m og ovem - a rg u e s th t M r. Nixon ca n n o t bo - b c llflvedrthevfltfirriniefvlew cd tl]ink otherw ise. Wo tested th eir b u s t n oi){ht candidatoa on this y e a r s llin o is - b a llo t w ith s u r p r is in g re s u lts. M ost t n i o r t h y : R ic h ard Nixon. L ea st tr u s tw o rth y : G eorge. -M cg av crn. n d e e d, th e so v o te rs o b viously think M r. Nixon has. p e rfo rm e d s a tis fa c to rily a s -P ro sld im t7 B tv ln rw m -ir7 e T )e f cent perfo rm an c e ra tin g easily tho highest given him in any nterview s wo hav e conducted the last fpur years. Tho reaso n s sta te d for tholr a p p ro v al ore tlia t M r. Nixon h as tried an d, a t le a st n foreign a ffa irs, h a s succeeded. WlUo. apprehensive a b o u tm r. N ixons V ietnam and econom ic policies, a union p lu m b er supported him because of "those trip s he took around tlie w orld." S im ultaneously, M cg overn s m a s s iv e a tta c k or\ th e W a te rg a te c a p e r a n d fish y v ote bocnuse of.his "poor R epublican cam paignfinancing m ove on E ag le to n but he h as flopped. None b u t a few d e c i d e to s tic k w itb him. ]?L tc Q r?..m,c G p y.crn. V.Otcra... Bocauae o fihe w ar. M cgovcrn took a n y c re dence n these (lid losd tfiit v o lcfa lo eac-d ch a rg es. - foolory w o rk er who said he Just n his ex trem e p eril in this sw itched to M r. N ixon: "Tlic fo rm er D em ocratic stronghold, tiling th a t really tu rn ed m e off. was the way McGovern treated M cg overn cannot ev en, clutch re v e rse coattails. " E a ljg l C H O & T E S O N F M T D f Doctor Says - D e ar D r. T hostesorl:. 1 nm n any inslting, lie lo e m w ith a c h e e rf u l n e u r o tic m u sic cle ar conscience. t is qulxe teachcr, age 55. Tlic doctor says p ro b a b le th e ir m e d d lin g is i~ so th a t~ hav e high blood p re asu re. h a v e jrst 20 p o u n d s, tak e m edication an d w atch m y diet. Sevenil of m y friends hove high -blood p re ssu re and we your nervous tension la adding a few (or m ore th an a fe w ) points to your blood pressure readings. M eantim e f you h a v e n l re a d fl a lre a d y, suggest th a t you com pare notes, W lien th eirs is, send 25 cents and a long self- 3uy , they ta k e off from ad d ressed, s t a m p envelope w ork.to re s t u n d e r (th ey say ) or m y booklet. "C ontrolling Uieir d o cto rs orderu Y0UP~TJl6od P re ssu re 7 J l is l Last woek mine was understanding the condition, and my. doctor says m doing nnd knowing that you arc takind g re a t. W hen re p o rt m y blood p re ssu re, they all tell m e to ({o to bed an d change doctors. 1 respect my doctor who has the p ro p e r step s to tre a t t, should give you a little m ore s e lf-c o n fid e n c e a n d le s s w o rry in g a b o u t w h a t y o u r -. - C O U L J i L m c n n d j i J L.fr ic n d a -s a y *! huiibadd fqf n e a rly 35 years. D ear Dr. T hosteson: The WASHNGTON TJiat pack her influence to mobilize world Punther sk y ja c k tt S n th e ir a n d he te lls m e to k e e p on o th e r d a y w a s r e a d i n g b o u t of Block Panther fugitive support" lor his right" t o custody. The»1.J million they workini!. So should keep qulcr. an-opcrauoii to sm oolir facial crim inals holed up in Algei-ia return to the U.S. to stand trial extorted from -U.S. airlines h«a about m y blood pressure gears, called derm abrasion, sonorously posing a s the n- w ithout having to go to Jail, been re tu rn e d, but nom inally score" - M rs. G. N. Can you tell m o how old one lum allnnnrsecllnn (f ho niack Allhough hc dnrllnn of lhe still pending is tills coim trv s Mnnnninn n pniinni-uilihjilith -should bo to hove thls-donoftho- Panther Party s having a Panthers n the U.S., Angela request for their extradition to blood pressure can vary quite a price,ond w iiereltcan be done? tough tim e finding another cozy hns gnored Cleaver who s at stand prosecution., bit depending on a lot ol thlnijs P.M. san c tu a ry, violent odds with Huey N ew ton,, R ecently, the sk y jack ers including tlie p u llenls Age isn t particu larly T hey a r e being bluntly cold- suprem e com m ander, and otiier have not been seen around the emotional makeup, his general significant. Keep n m ind. sholdered by Libya and Guinea. Panther leaders. Cleaver and Panther compound outside o r hcnllh, whether he is making however, ihnl dcrmnbrnsion is A lthough both c o u n trie s call Newton have been venom ously A lgiers, E xactly w h a t this som e g ra d u al p ro g ress, and so for relatively su p erficial sc a rs th e m s e lv e s r e v o lu tio n a r y " feuding for several years. m eans is unknown. on, nnd blem ishes, and w ont a n d - m a k e a -b lg -sh o w -o f--e x - Obvunislv. Anirela doesn t W ith the Boum edienne H ow ever, it is extrem ely remove large aciu-s or plls. o v e r n m e n t m aliln H m u l t U - im iiiiim rfn r ilp iillo n l n l i T t o i r i, ~ and dissidents on the run, their kind of Black Panther. He niuy blllion-dollar oil and gas deals to stop woric and go to bed Just Tho cost varies depending authoritarian rulers are e - 6fesa to be a revolutionary, with U.S. corporntlona. t because pressure reached CO- j* phatically evincing no desire to but apparently s not her type; clearly wants to get rid of the 00. and frankly it sounds to me, fanlly doctor The A lgerian tovernm ent Panther skyjackers in one way as though your friends are uslny plastic luive any p a rt of th e P a n th e r s - who have worn out th e ir w elcom e in " re v o lu tio n a r y <\lgerla. T h a t s th e in s id e re a s o n K a th le e n C le a v e r, w ife of C ldrldge C leaver, is n the U.S. try in g to m ake a deal for his re tu rn to C alifornia w ithout going to ja il as a paro le violator. So fa r she h as m ad e no headw ay. A uthorities a re firm ly in says t s still deliberating what or another. How that s being n pretty flimsy excuse to stay o" dermatologist. to do.about Uie two groups of done rem ains to be seen. since m an y derm atologists use aw ay from work. derm nbraslon..l e t s a d m it t h a t y o u r p ressu re s higher th an ideal but you a re doing som ething PAUL HAR VEY VieLVets t am ount to rem oving the su rface layers of sk in, and.about t ouier th an ducking work, 1 would, m ost certainly. allowing a new su rface lay e r to form. t s ex cellen t n ce rtain follow y o u r <JoaLor s cases, b u U t-isn iu h c jm d -n ll of instructions, and take your blem ishes that some folks think This s our nations first war Theyve sponsored legislation friends free advice" with o it is. So talk lo a skin specialist wltli no heroes. F ro m ev ery w h ich r e s u lte d n d e f e r r e d g ra in of sa lt.. or plastic surgeon first, before war heretofore, at least som e tuition fees. They sought and Yes, d keep quiet about your making up your mind whether it _ slstlng that Cleaver, onetim e G s dlstlngulslied hemserves got priority for veterans for " score." and f your friends do will help you. Panther m inister of inform ation bi combat and cam e home to Jobs. Tlie public ornpioymont who organized tlie nternational build carecrs on that: not this program.fills 40 per cent of all Scction a s a g ra n d io se pose w a r.,. av a ila b le Jobs with v e te ra n s. * w e lc o m e,. ac tin g a s em issary for the o th e r L ts. R andy C unningham and B lack P a n th e r fugitives who W luiedriscoll, our firs t a ir ac es a re w a n te d on c h a rg e s ra n g in g from V ietnam, caip e h o m o to no M aybe. fro m m u rd e r to sk y jack lp g. ballyhoo. The N avy offered M u rray P o ln er of New Y orks E v id en tly C leaver, th e self- them for p ersonal a p p e a ra n c e s p u b lic school system, interview designated head- o--the - nternational.-section, b u t - - r e s p o n s e w a s u n e n - ed v e te ra n s and. is lettin g tliuslastic. wrote a book called "No Victory sonified Canada itself.... dicate... a n. election... at this, pointy. This time, h o w e v e r, iu lc iju.-v,.woywbatouch andgq.for-trudflwl- a,?-!? Vnibers Cores to Pprades."...n the house ge(b up asks the guests to follow him to the dining room em 4lbyj)ass!hg out Kreolite News reports that it came across.this bit of advice*in an, old etiquette manual, circa, 1B5S: {(iin lo o k w ltlh tp p r e c ia tto n and g ra lltu d fe - upon those, who, as m em b ers of th e a r m e d fo rces, s e r v e d w herever they were called upon to se rv e." Tovbfutlonary"" bya thia puliod-piinch Ds~wafyliial thoyhivolbigcn bsfriiyed." an d G u in ea slam m in g thotloor, offering to,blnd th e w ounds of He doubts- th ey will asalm ilnte years in office and on issues which mirtisters tglents as» cagey th e ir outlook s b leak. f th e y re tu rn in g G s with d o llars. Out w ith o u t so m o d a m a g in g bear m o re th a n a little resem- campaigner are not. No one is re m a in in A lgeria, thoy will b e so m e 4 m illion v e te ra n s h a v e rebellion blahcdlo thflsein thetlnited States. T- abourto count Tilm out, - s u b je c t to-ncreasingly onoroufl declined even to accept th e believe h o a wrong. rcstric,tlons; none of tho ed u c atio n al benefits w aiting fa r T h e y ll r e s e n t a n y ton- C onuniinlat co u n trie s w ill h a v e - th em, _ T h o y jire th a t ea g e r to dentlous logic about "stopping th < jm } d.lh o y _ facp c e rta in hide from an V ld o n tiflc a tlo n c o m m u n is m -!-b u L th e y - w ill mpruonm ent f thoy return to with this wnr- accept a confoflbtprrthnt w the U.S. Arizona la m aking a valiant goofed and a prorhlse not to What happens hext rem ains effort to dom onstrato respect again. A young-old wlngmon of to bo seen.. t ; n nd npprocintion fo r ita o v m.-a - m y own, Stovo Rltchlo, la our er~l im o H a n sl C leav er h a s w ritte n A n g ela suitowido v ete ia n s o u tre a c h ~ A lrf o rc o 8 fffliraceofthl8 WQr, ~ D f lv lim o w - to u r in ii4 tu a s la M ~ pcn trr.flm <lnffed: h v VlKtnam Rut ll wanlfitflvfl,tn kna w i distingilshed. Mariist v e ts, h ire d by th e g o v o m d rs w h a t to ex p e ct: nojhlng. revolutionary, asking her to go office of manpower plannlr)0, is t s not that our.warriors are to bift for -h im as. a long- functlonin){ enthusiastically and lessee men this.war; t is rother suffering "political prisoner." effectively n the interests of that war tself hns lo st- ts Wf l n t f t. Bolo to m - A rliono v ete ra n s. r<yipoctabi l l t y. -.J,... LO \ (D i m i N U. U <. " h t o ld you (i dinner wufidomqcrats or Nman and, Ropulilicgns lo r McGoyorn wouldnt work, dear!

5 Revenue sharing i," S?? i~. ~» t«l«- «n d :(iu lor p u l, present o r u n i i r tho i io t o bill b u t wln<ls l n T i i S M rv lm a" p ro g ro n u f o r _ is o te n U a l- w «U M C - f o ilp U n ls :n itc 3 a th _ ,.- p u r p o» W t o - h.l p - t h - u «d..v t h o c «r.p «.m lm - f o r - lt O r r t,-,, _j y w " to Uio M>w revenue (V T v o u v B cm um the conterees ultad- to UlB.totaLrevimu» u vw u u a v w»u ilurlns vw(>»v«uva t»l <nt w u ir u ik iw» BtjilM»n,l, Mil, i i.,*lp»!. i.cltlm U /. ar n d, - M u«n U» o Tjtf,o b r ln i «_ g p o. tw te bl«. tw te «e ( l ) " 9Dp o5r cf ojn Sto rna U( ie t hto Tp ttlg o Tu r t«k ea c ch h voor. y e a r, Uie nequity dljop- - S t f i l n l tn rn rs i.? ; ~ n S o v em o r. felt th ey w ere null fo r e v e ry utate,.tat«-.pe«r». m l M lu tta S t t P h T r. n i T : will end up to iw a wltti lean No reatrlctlona are attacllod H iiirulnv n n,in j nstobdrtko conferoeii tnerely revenue sharing money th an on how sta te s or conununlues nino hh! n l»pp«d» 12.6 blulqn limit on either tho Senate or tho Houao can spend tho money. H io W.3,, "* tlsclil crises. how m uch the federal sovem - version would have provided. billion first y ear layout. favorhble to t.,. routine opproval. OHlclalssnld gncl double tiuil n m n im t n.i T h u s-if-n -!tm o -T v o iu ()T g o t «lrst-p iiy m i!tlta T i5 n rc r8!6 6Ut year. more under tlie H o u b o formula n October. J t pays 76 per cent of tho cost than the Senate formula, the Urban stoto governors won a of a variety of services (of cent of the House to tal for 1972 agreed to d ro p a Senato nlles, Uio m en tally re ta rd e d, and 100 p o r cent (or the next provision killing o(( a 12.6 Uiojilind, deaf, ag e d, alcoholics, (our y ea rs. billion pro((ram o( (ed o ral drug oddlcta, w orklna m o th ers \a d er says firms need social responsibility WASHrNGTON(UP) Ralph features that tho companies Setting asid e tho econom ic Nader says autom akers have a demonstrably could have and a r g u m o n ti h o w e v e r, N a d e r soclol responsibility to consu- should have put nto effect said. On tho social b ala n ce m ors to install long dvcrdue many years ago," Nader said. s h o d, w h ic h th e a u to m ak e rs safety equipm ent w ithout ra is-, :... conveniently folrgot to include,. in g,p ric e s o f 1973 m odels.. E v e n if the com panies a re N ader force< to sw allow the c o s ta - the A m erican public for y e a rs of neglect in safety and -endcdttlkj -Jhird-day_of. public on: av e rag e o f - M p " c f l r - > iutiori co n tro l? h ea rin g s by tlie iv ice CommlS N a d e r, said th e bencficlal P ric e boosts, on 1073 C hrysler Sion into the potentlnl nflationa ry im p act of proposed price effects of la st D ecem ber s and A m erican M otors vohicles c u r re n c y r e y a lu a tio n th a t have been suspended pending _ incr(jases by the au to industry. ra ise d the price.oi im ports and resu lts of the h ea rin g s. GM and "tms grossly u n fair for the the repeal of the 7 per cent F ord w e re denied nitial re auto com panies to ask consum auto excise ta x h ad been a quests for p rice in cre ase s,.but ers, whose wages are tightly governm ent directed salel boon both, f irm s h a v e p le d g e d to - rofilo n oxt-m onth Charges filed in Demo headquarters MAM {U PD B ern ard L. early June 17 w ith electronic Barker, one of the key. figures eavesdropping equipment, in tiie break*in o f D em ocrntltr TW rlm.o O O cashler s ch<ick national headquarters in Wash- provided the first major link ngton, w as ch a rg ed Thursday*- Between th e break-ln ut the with fraudulently notirlring a W atergate complex and Pres- J25,000 check. dent Nixons re-election cam - S ta tc -a tto rh o /R ic h a rd -G e r* w ilb n; sto ln «a ld B ark e r would flurren- G erdteln sald B a rk e r "falsely der to authorities todoy. and fraudulently swore that they urc -all grfifltlyuin d eb t t o - f D a h lb e rg. B ark n n o tary public seal nppeors on, the b ack of the check, notarizing D a h lb e rg s sig n atu re. D ahlberg s M idwest finance ch a lrm o n for the C om m ittee to R e-e lect tho T r c s ld c n r F lo r id a law s t a t e s t h a t u notary public m u st " re q u ire a re aso n ab le p roof" of the dentltyof any person w hose sig n atu re s he n o tariz es and the B ark e r, a M iam i re a l e s ta te K enneth D ahlberg had signed b roker an d fo rm er CA o p era- the c h e c k in a r k e r s presence, tlve, is one of five men when in truth and in fact this s _.a r/fiste d by W oahlngton police ;not tru c an d B qrkotjlq d.ncvflt-!lporaon. m u B t-b p rc s e n t n t t h e "!.in fiidod flm ocrntieheadquartcr9~rriet anb had not seen-k enneth tim e of notarizing. Bom b violations num erous ate nvestigators say th at the knowledge of bom bing ra id s violations betw een Jan. 25 and M arch B an d led lo U V Plle s over Nortli V ietnam la st w inter retirem ent u n d er preaaurc.. n violation of P resid en t N ixon s The co n m ilttee h as also orders see m s to h av e been delayed approval of Gen. w idespread in the 7th A ir F orce in S outheast Asia. Creighton W. A bram s nomination as Army chief of staff, the M em bers of the Senate top job. n the A rm y, pending Armediagndrf>T f!nm m itt v u t c o m e o > the invefltigfttion.- knowledge - of. the yldlationa, however, ap p e ars?to J fa v e stopped a t Gen, John D. Lavelle, the 7th s com m anding officer. n " attem p t to tra c e this pattern, the com m ittee scheduled testim o n y today from C o l. C harles G abriel, a wing c o m m a n d e r n th e 7 th, an d Capt. Douglas A. M urray. M urray wag com m anding officer of Sgt. U n n ie F ran k s, whose letter to Sen. Harold A bram s w as v e lle s com manding officcr in ndochina. jiv elle ad m itted "stretching Uie uies" in ord e rin g bombing beyond the lim its.s e t by his civilian and m ilitary superiors in W nshington. But he denied _ while accepting resp o n sib ility for, the (ftlsc reports. Tw in Fallj Sheriffs Offico Since July 1, 1970 Please Phono ! MANHATTAN CAFE \ 133 s. Roll S. W. B Sieoki Sop Food Chickon * LunCh ond Dinner Bonquel Room lor Private Portiei & Moalinat

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Uuhl. hird \ Ued lomatcirt Maitr Atkew. luhl. lint, Eugene Dillon, fw. allt. tecond. Hay WAfil. luhl.. thiro. Had tomaioet nertie Schmlker. tirtt. tacond, John llaly. ihirt, y auomju4i>alt>t*.-ciauuc.qliyrf f,h f.._ tirt. rene Johnion. Filer, t*c(<(n.. oea>-.ioniaioet-xuiitnrtlliion. TwrA-i _. r > t,- r * - fnnn%69:fotcdr,0 tililh Ktibari, Twin Fain, hiru. urnipi Joe Huiia. Huhl. li... Multa, Ophl. tec00d**hernice Ormdttall, Huhl, hird. any new vanaiy Clauda Oliver, lirtl. Wanda Van Auldein. Twin Paltli KOnd.Louii* Wittiimi, hifd PialdCrapi* Aliaifa teed. C <M kanting. (win Paiii, m l. nartia Scnmlker. lecond, Lyle Schmthar. hird. laed liariay Hotamary. -M «thaw»,-nohl, lin f-a n n a Ctlti; Ouht; laconfl;. Will Lettali, ilar. third Mall barlay Lyia (chmlker, lirit; Lea M f «iritw r lacoro." Will- U M iiii.-triirfl; arden baani: John Dean, Twm Faili, r tl; can HanorlK. Duhl, tecond, Ailrtd -Mpg»r.-Twm -p»lti,-inirti Grat Norlhar«> beant A i.jh a m itw Plltr. -tir«ina Mfintf. 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T W N F A L S nformation - W A S H N G T O N ( U P ) -T h e, S p o k e a m o n. said negotiations f o r h l g h school stu d ents White H o u s e hones to rem m e w o u ld rraumo n Washington, T h T f f a i t e d n a t te n d in g c o U o g e _ t a l la o n a n e w t r e a g r o e m o n i l lils m o n U i. i : i. ; w i l l l i «a v i l l a b l e S e p t. j l «t i - E w l n ; =. w l l h a h f l : : a i v l M i U n l o n 7 b e f o r e. J e n H o u i e m c m b e H i l «f l. 6 y _. F u lls t llg h S clio o l. th e e n d o ( Jlie m o n th, b u t H e p. E m a n d e l C e lle r, D - N.V., J a ih e s V.- B la k o, a s s o c ia te - fa c tio n s n C o n g o u s m a y _ t r y _ to w a m c d _ t r» :S o v le t s th e jr p o U c j [ _ * d ire c t o r of a i lm U s l o n j f o r th e -b lo c k th e p a c t u n le s s M o s c e w -o r i m p o s l n g h e a v y x l t f e e j U n iv e r s it y o f; P o r t la n d ; O r e,, e n d s ts p o lic y o f r e s t ric tin g the w i l l be a t th e s ch o o l a t 1 ;30 p.m. e m ig ra t io n o f J m s. W h a t e v e r s t u d e n t i i e g r ~ S «v e r f l l m e m b e r s o f C o n g r e M p la n s a re, w e r e h a p p y to t a lk r a is e d th e t h r e a t T h u r s d a y w it h t h e m o n d p r o v id e a s m u c h w l w n th e a d m in is t r a t io n.a n - h o lp / lil l n (( i r r a a t l o n as n o im o o d t e x p e c te d lo co n c lu d e p o s s ib le," B la lte s a id. a c o m p ie h e n s iv e t ra d e a g re e - D la k e w a s a c o u n s e lo r, w it h m e n t w i t h i n - a fe w w e e k s, the P o rtla n d p u b lic schools fo r r a c e w o u ld stop re ly in g o n M c C o v o rn h im s e lf s tre s s e d.o.c lo ie to t h o J W l!t9_ H o u» «. _, s ta n d -in s s u c h as m e m b e rs o f 8 m llla r tlie m e d u r in g a c a m - T h u r s d a y, lie re c e llre d P h l- h ls f a m ily i n d ca b in e t o ffic e rs pa ig n a p p e a ra n c e n N e w Y o r k, la d e lp h ia M a y o r F r a n k L. to. la k e.h is m essag e to tho He s a id N bcon w a s " h i d i n g " l U u o, a D e m o c r a t w h o s u p - n a tlo n. fro m th e p u b lic a n d a llo w in g p o rts th o N ix o n tic k e t, n i u o " m s u re K in g n ic lu ir d w ill "s c o re s ol o th e r o t t lc la ls " to b r o u g h t a liin g s e v e ra l h ig h c o m e out o f tho v o ry t o w e r," c a r r y Uie a tta c k lo th e school stu d o n ta w h o p Vosented B e lrn e s a id. " H e s a g u t lig h t e r D e m o c ra ts. p e titio n s b e a r in g 4 M,0 0 0 s tu d e n t w h o s not g o in g to t ru s t his J J o W r a l l J h e j o o p J e l n t U r o a b a c k t a g - J a w J - a n d : A C E THeATRf W E N D E U m i. - S A T., S E P T. 1 5, 1 4 "CHATO SrAND" SlorrinoChottaia(onu)n_ Joct Poloncf with Richard -Baw hart ond Jomti Whllmort "lv h ic M 4 ro 5 U N O O M iri> K ilt. Cfiolo o,f, C o m in g. / V o r f f i C b u M f r y.. H l l! _ l h o m 0i j. w a a _ j o u n d o d. T h u rs d a y b y -Jo se p h A. B e lrn e, p re s id e n t o f the C o m m u n lc a -. lio ns W o rk e rs a n d a le a d e r of the la b o r c o m m itte e fo rm e d to -s n p p o T f M c G O T u r n r m s i r m r s i i i r l u b e lie v e d N ix o n la te r n the -s u r ro g a te s n t h r l a t t c i "ntcuovern said. > Hos afraid to order. A lm a n B c Television Schedules Al-}».M.o n chaivi»lfr2 b.3. ind n Mftvi*; "A rovnd lha VVorm -a 10 Q a y i" Part 3. 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San ford and Son «a f urn 3b, 3,11 Atoula "Around h i World M\ - o ra dy K d i 4b, Til* M iif* fo o tr» - / - 2tl - Litlla Paopla, Comady 4t\ - Movia ~T#ia Man Who Wanlad to tiva l=oravaf" 4b A c ro u lha Ftnca 7b - t Ta k a» T h t 7il ~ Gtactrlc Company Odd Couplfl - 3 il, EUnyon, Crima Dram a inoflm a Malohbo( * r O c t o b e r,-q n d W h c n -h e -f lt 3 r t t K r t a l«r h js " C Q 5 c ~ o u t T o r r f f t)q W c T o d a y, K lx o n s c h c d u lo d m co t* -gfitung hit, hell going to return (plfltform." ngswith Pflli lck C arr of Now to. hlfl role BB d m ean flg lite r." V Nixon, who h a s o 34-polnt O rle an s, tho rdconty*eectod When tills hoppcnaj-b olrno w d bvor M cg overn n tw o of p re sid e n t of th o V otonm s o f said. d c Od o win s o o Nixon fo r.j h iu lflttfilik n o m jw itio n a U p o lu r J o r o lh n -W f lr tr h d T rith iw n lto r - J " *.. whot s and people will soy, hsa choaan to spend" the early P. McC6naugh, U.S. om bassa - P i "can wo trust him?" port of tlie cam paign staying dor to Taiwan. -. fo llo w. T h o m o o n la n ts f ir s t q u a rte r. T h e m o rn in g s ta rs a re - M e r c u r y, V e n u s, M a r s a n d S a tu r n, f T h o e vo Q in g s t a r s J u p it e r. T hoso b o rn o n t h is d a te a re u n d e r th e s ig n o f V i r g o. R e p u b lic a n W i ll i a m H o w a r d T a f t, 27th p re s id e n t o f the U n it e d S ta te s, w a s b o m S e p t ; 15, O n th is d a y.n h is t o r y ;, n 1942, G e r m a n y s N a z i a rm ie s b e gaif- th e sie g e o f S ta lln g ra d,n u s s lo n lo e S r o u r N o g r o -g ir ls w e r e - k ille d i n t h o - b o m b l n g - o f - a c h u rc h in B i r m i n g h a m, A l a. T w o N e g r o b o y s w o r e s h o t to d e a th tlio t d o y a n d c ity w id e rlq tijig Jic o k C -C U t... - n 107&T t h o ~ U n i t c d A U id W o r k o r s -U n io n B t r u c k G o n o r Q l- M o t b rs, a n d a ls o t h a t d a y a p a s s e n g e r s h o t a w o u ld b o Doors Oan,r2 Noon Saturday and Stmday RtrSEATS" t C om e c h i l d r d the m iverse, let Donovan take vouaway; Ja r ta r away\ } lim - M o v it: " T h a L lit ol A d ria n J;00?t). 3, 4il Collao# Poolbail P ra -. M a iia n o a r" ji,. 11 Kid Ta lk -... W - B f r f t S Carnar Ta d Arm itrono 1i4) 3b, Colleqa Football i ~ w ild w ild Wail 7il AAitfarooari );M 3«l Slar, Trpk 5 N fil Gam a of lha WmK 7b,, 11 Wda World ol Sporti )t)0 J Car a n d -Tra c k ?»l f-o ra a m ofjeannlt 5 Latiia -. 4,jj - 3>l> S - Survival CDS N aw» 7b, - NDC Nawt 3il N O C Newt 3b COS Nawi r T = T? a e H a w ~ i i r P ro Q u a r la r b rc itt ; A. C h jn g ln o Dynaily-.Spaclal 3 Oraonat 7b Viawpoint 0 Daalh Valley O ayi Syvanly, Report -. >?fl AAovia ll Take -S w a den" 5 P r lm u i, Adventure Ji30 ]b, 11 A n im a l W orld 3 H arlem G iobelrottert 4iW 3b, 3, M in u la t 1:00. 3si National G «ooraphic 3b Unatm ed Wofjid. rnunim nrnujlnn ntn arii,llhnnr< r Sunday. Saptambar 17, t7l At 4:30 p.m. on channel 3il Audubon W lldufa Theatre Oabul. A u fh e n llc a n d u n u c u a l w iid U te photography ll.blended wllh commentary from the n a tu ra litti "Cinem atoorapheri in thti lorld t. To d a V tilo ry o ta coyote l(v-lho>vulldii T io lh fi....coyolat growlno into adulthood, "w tib r «thoy muat deal wttn the dlf; ficuitioiof Hie ln*the%canvon.,- - - M orning 7b - Aoriculture U.S.A. 7iW ij=.o id -T lm o Q o s o e t-h o u rr 3 - Thii it the Life 7b - T«b«rn (> cio C h or_ : A Underdog n Archie* Fun Hou» _ 3»i Capfain Bob Utah Fbolbali Highiighfi.7b, B. l l W lld.k inodam. SiK Documenlary / l l.waimngton Week n R e vw it SO 7il Run Up and Down These Slreeti, Docum enlary 7b Movie "T h a Daugtileri ol Joihua C abe"..»: tl, O tioil Slory, Drktna Debut 3b Haw/aii F lv e il U>va. Anerlcan Style 3 tonny and Cher Com*dy 4) Jacob Oronowikl nterview J AAanniK Country F a ir R ouidup Special fijo. 4 b -»- B e it -o f -B T V - 7ti Jacob Oranowtki in te rvie w - lo im 3ll. 3b, 3, 3, 7b, B N ewt. Wealher, Sport* 4il P e rry Maton 3»l A d a m lj 3b O H ara 4«l Odd Coopie 5 Dick Van Dyke 7b Rebei AJ-Stari - Room 333 N aihviile M uiic Debut evening 3«l, 4*1 Protector* 1 ~ The Wailon*, Drama S - H ie Haw 7b. e, n Ldwrence Weik 7*1 Police Surgeon. Debut 3b ~ Truth or Contequences f m - 3*1, 7b, S Em ergency 3b. 1, 11 M a ry Tyle r Atoore 4ti Alia* Smilti end Jone* 7iM 3b, 3, 11 -* Dob Newharl, Comedy lillo -,. _ 2 ll. 7b..8,--,M Q V )# ; in tt}e Heat ot the N ight" 3b,r3, 11 ~ M lu lo n m pottible 4»i Street* or*sh\ Fi kria*co, C rim e Dram a ft«e 3b Cuntm oke 3, 5. Caroi Durnell 11 Sanford and4on «i U H W ild Kingdom. 10:M 3b. 3, S. - N evrt, Weather. Sport* 4*1 Sandy Cllm our 3 p TabVrhacTeTholr " 4*1 Oilly Jam ei Hargi* 7b Failt> lor Toay S Jo lto n i 11 Harlom CloboiroMors loa 3*1, 5-, Scien(.e in A o rlcu llu r. 3, 7b, RoK Hum bard 4*., 9 C u rlo * llyhop 3t} Dilly Jamo* Hargl* *1 Sacred-Moart... 7b - Revival Fire* 3, 11 - Hersid of TrO ih 4Sl. B. Ouiiwlnkje 5 - D a y of DJtcovery 7b - Oral Roberi* f i l l 3*1 From the Cathodrul y-vi 3, 5 Anna and the King, Cbm edy- Dram a,4 ll R g Q m _ ~.-B v e n in o soo -? s l W ild Ktnoctom b - FB 3 Qrldgei Love* Qernie 4*1 - W all T ill V o ur Father Get* Homo, Debul L ~ U F O -D e L - :... rfwr 3*1 Audubon W ildlife Theatre Debut. ] National Geographic 4*1 Parent Gane Debuf 4b Se*ame Street 7b 8 Coium bo - n Sandy Durtcan 7:00 3*1 W orld ot Dianey 3b ~ M ovie "G o ld lin g e r" «L - P D i - _ 11:M 3*1 AAovie; Crack in the W orld 7b Movie: "A n d y " 11:10 6 l**ue* and Aniwer* 5 Sonny and Cher Return Dick Van Dyke 3, U ManniK 4b E ic c lric Com pany 7»i French Chet 1: Ulah>oolbali Hidhllghl* 3*1 Coiumbo 7b,, 11 Johnny Carton ) Atovie "E y e of ine P e v ll" 3*1 New*. Weather, Sport* 3b Chnnon 7b AOC New* t Nathviile 5 AAovie "T h e War L o rd " 10:41 3 t Movie nlernallonal Houte" 3b Heraid o «-T r u lh _ Old Tim e Gbspoi Hour 7b. V MBKO a W iih 5 TabernAcie Choir 0 Qarkloy* 10:00 3b - t l» WriHcn 4*1 Orl Robert* KSL Eyowiino** Report >b Ja c k u n Five a Viewpoint n Fa ith for Todfly Ui_30?jl, 7b. fl - Moo) >Ko Proii 3b, Face the Nation 3*i, 4*1 Th* 1* the Lite 11;M 4*1 - Movie,.iGQldlinocrll.. 4b, 7*1 - F irin g Ulno i - Ail n the F a m ily :H 3, n Ail in the Fa m ily 5 -M A S H Debut 7b AAovie; "D e a u Ge*ie" a - AAovio. "G o ld lin g e r" f :0 0 3 Cannon 4b, ;.si M a tlv fp c c c rnoairij 5 - Ponderosa 11 lron*ldo»; 10 2b Manni* 10: s. 7b - Nevrt. W eather, port* 11 M ovie; "Th e Curte of the W erew olf" 10i40 TKia ir Y o u r Life 1»:10 4.AJovie "M an-eater of Hydra " Af p.m. AAttvl*! n -t h r -H e a t 3*1 Search, Adventure Debut 3 AAovie: "Sole Survivor" 7b AAovie: "Th e Dawn R id e r"..september U * ~ UtO*. on Channrt* 3*1. 7b 4j _ New*. Weather. Sports :1# S Movie: "Murder Ahoy" _ u t h H Rod Slelger vuen an 0*car AAovie- L i u " a* the laconic, (lo w -m o ving police i. i _ a n r m bw & chief o» ileepy Mi«i*lppi1own j i. m that 1 * rocked by an lndu*triali*t* _ r>i,w m o r d e r r T o -f ln d -t n e K llte r h T l* n.* i forced lo team up with 3* b pro Football Raider* 4b. 7*1 - Evening «t Pops v*. Sieeier* 0:10 3b. 5 njight 7b. 4*1 New*. Weatticr, Sporl* 3 To Qo Announced / 10:35 4*1 You 3ii CO S-N tw u : : MBia m c -P r.c H,, 4ii. A flc _ N o w s. 3b Pro Foolbaii Pre Gome Show 4*1. S ssue* ana Answer* Afternoon JOO- 3b Pro Fooiixiii - Falcon* vs Dear* 4*1 $dndy G ilm our 1:09 4*1 - AAovlc T o Do Announced *1 - Take 3?b - ABC N cw v U - M ovie To Qc Announced 10:40 ]b ~ M o viv. "Bolltf of thu Ninetle* 4*1 Movie D ie l Die! M y D a rling" i - Movie "A d a n rs W om an" fl : News. Wcdfhcr. Sport* >0i4J. M ovie " T h o Com edy of 3*1,/b, a Pro FoQibdli - Dolphin* Turror*" up in one. nam ely Sidney PoiT M ornins lijo 5 Sum mer Seme*tpr 4:00 3*1 - Underdog 4*1, - Pulh*tuf 3 Dug* Dunny 4:30 3*1. 7b Jet*on* 5 - Sabrina 7:00 M. 4»l. 7b - Pink Panther 3b, 3. J - - The Chen Clan a. U O*mond* 7il Se*ame Street 7:30 3*1. 4*1. 7b - Houndcat* 3bi 3,-5 ScoobY Doo Movie 1:00 3*1, 7b. Roman Holiday* 7il Electric Company to 3*1. 4*1 Darkiey* 3b Jo de - 7b, a. 11 Summer Olympic* 7*1 MiiTerOfler*- - 1:00»*i -aeaialr t). 3. S Fllnt*tone* 7tl Se*ame Street 3*1 Runaround rarw *1. 3i 7b. Around tne W orld li Day* 3b, 3. U - Archie 4*1, a F unky Phantom 7*1 ~ Electric CtflVipany louo }* l, 3 -r Ta lking with a Giant 3b, %*l1 Fat Albert and the Co*by Kidi 4*1 7b r -tid * v iiie, Around th f W orld in ao Day* llioo 3*1, 3 Droiher DuJi 3b, 3, 11 CO S C h ildren* F ilm Fa itlva l _ 4 fl,-7 D ;.* -AAonkeaa M i». 3*1 Leta tr4>vei 4il. 7b Am e rican Dand*tand 7il e le c tric C o m p in y a: a m o t n m h _ JiOO 7 b,n B» M b J» i r T f i i m i - s n o w ~ Jb, 3. _Duot Qynfiv 4*1 Wd# w o rld of sporti 5 M unatira Tha Land, Mu*lc Special 7b,, 11 -T- Biaai L*#-Tr*wln6 V,;.- TOMTE-SAT SliN : O n c 9 H ifh tlyits H )O P il. :0 0-4 j 0. g : 0 0 p j l. - OP N 6 ; 3 0. r O M T l.. O P f f J _ N O Q N. S A T.. - S U N., N CHOLAS AND A LEX A N D R A G LO W S W T H A G R A N D E U R TO MATCH THE EVENTS THAT SHOOK THE WOHLOl THE SPECTAC ULAR FLM OF THE YEAR! TOTALLY SATSFYNG! That rars film tlithnmmobi. on ts enormous csnvai. to pslnl human portraits and till ol svfints of V e tfm m ffiftx iw ris n e s r MACNinCtNTU - S T M f H M H H THE SAME KNO OF NSTOMCXL SWEEP TO T H S m JHVWO". i m r n a w n n i i s HOMWEOHTUD -0(PTU.T0U CVESAFASCNATNC PERFORMANCE AS RASPUTN. ONE OF THE BEST OF THE6G.6C H0\rt sr.. ~ u. o... - H W o a uim W ts in d rii iiaimathinimovie! C N E M A ONTE: 7:15 9 :2 0 P J. S A T U :5 0-2 :5 5-5 :0 5 -J : :2 5, SUN. 7 :1 5 - w o r n T rin ity s back. in the saddleagam and still horsing around. Dost Art Oiroclion Best Coslumo Design portrayed by Michicl iiytton and am "SUPERUTVE PECE OF OK Of M FEW lie FM HHKC! WVESWOHKSEEW.: f i i m t i u t J i i i i r M t u l i n n ii t l ln U i l»h U lm tiu yi«llm )iriil s still s t a r t s - TO N TE....{fti, - Sot. ; - S u n. Oniv)- AT 8:15 (rirat Hour Repeati ionme s M s Thanh God"! -.G e t o n line fo rw o o d ra lle n s greatest.m. c o m s d y hit! V 7 : :1 0. A n A ilh u t P Jiicobs P/oduclion m iibbocialioi Wllh Rollins Jo ltc Produciionr, A H o fbo fi Roes Film * * W 0 l 1 3 f A O j i N i U t l / \ < Tond S )V \N A M M \ i 11 S S 1 1 VV,,mi \ i v r ; u t t «-11-«M 11 m u m * t t t i k >»ll M ft t fl G O N F G H TE R " FRr8t35 -K m t(-d O U Q la O H N N Y - e A S H T ; U N ; T > 8. =1

8 . yya reports iicciu Rc ion costs -BOSE ( U P D F r n n... k - G_. r boydndntontcrm ltlcnt curtiu th o h earing w o s callcd W ooduffpflb ldont-ob lm ke-t)ot to ro d aco th o f f o c r 6 r U jo ~ i r ir o n o u rd iffd fc n c e s Jictwocn fu ll liiis told a Joint h ea rin g re m a in in g nulfur dloddo omla- th e Stjilo H ealth D e p artm en ts his firm h a s apeng alm o st one- slons on th e am b ien t a ir. an d E P A s proposed a ir quallty * third of its investm ent m oney since 1054 onpollution control H e alth D e p artm en t Admlnis* p la n (or the Btote. trnlor.jam ea_a i.b ijk, in. a pr**.. equipm ent. p a re d stalo m cn t re a d by hu i Ata h o a rin g T h u rsd n y betw een. a a s l a t J i n t. g u M n r - M l d fieststd H oaltfd cpartm ent and ihafodcromsnvlpofulhonial Pr o7 Tdah o a nro i> o so d _ a liq iu illty _ ata n d ard a will provide clean er -. toctlon A gency, W oodroff said o ir aooner for th e K ellogg a re a tlia t flinco lom, when th e com* th an proposed federal rcgula* jcuiny s sulfur dioxide plant was tions. ifcgunl-m illionlm w -bcent Baxsiridhirtopnrtinijnrwiraia W 3J)voat6dlnltapro icrly,pnntnnd not Bupporl the tim e oxtonslon K iu ip m tn t. 01 Hint nrtioilnt, 116 m illion wofl ci]>cndo(l for pollu g rp tilcd ho B unker Hill Co. u nder th e proposed federal rogu icion c o n tro rcq u lp m cn tr ~ -lotlbnsrwlilclvelvo Uio firm until - u u o c h o r a c tc r lz c d cu rro n t nir JU lu llo n robulnllons by th e sta te l d EPA oa lll.toncclvc(l. cur to m eet rcdeml atjindnrda." "d n h o fl proposal provides B TCQ torassuiancoforim m cdlate r l l y re stric tiv e." best -W oodruff* noted thnt B unker plied, H ill nnd ts sm elting com plex n c u rta ilm e n t of production o r K ellogg now h a s.u io :_ la te a t. w hntovcr else s n cc m n ry.w lu nvollablotechnolob yforrecovcr- be iised to m eet the natio n al a ir tap. sulfur dioxide, andhas gone quality standarda by 1075: - Symms won t tell persona l Het=or tr BOSE (U P U R epubltcnn F ig u re Snlon in Boise, congressional hopeful S teve O ther R epublican an d Dem o- y m m s h a s colled tlie re q u est, c r a tic c n n d id a tc sru n n in g fo rth e -W publleiiecflndidatea-peraonaj U-S.Hoyae-of R eprefleritatlves ~ A et-w orli)-ah -in (ringem ent--ofand Uio U. S. Senate from Jdaho fidman rights." * earlier agreed to p r u c e state* Afo news conference in Boise m ents.of tlieir net worth. - u rsd n y.s jt T im s, a can d id ate E d W illiam s, S ym m s Demo- V ijo r a scat in the U. S. House of cratlc opponent, said lollowlngj eprescntauvcs from niahbs U ienew sconlerencotjiatastdng C lrst D istrict, said he would not a s h e is running for high Htsclose his personal n et w orth political office w here personal Qcausc he feels it is dangerous incom e can be offected, h e will dfid gives Uie public a false acco u n t for his p ersonal net n s e of security, w prth. We need to realize that some think it is one of the free- very -dishonest-m en -hnve-been doms--will-hnve-o-give-upt uulling (0 publish a p ersonal financini s ta te m e n t, he said. Sym m s did disclo se, how ever, tluit he is u stockholder (n th e S y m m s-fru il R nnch_nt Sunny Slope, lives on a m ortgaged - i w r T l m «.N.w., Twln >. l l., d «h r 7, BOSE (U P ) <A hig b -ran U n g ita te D e m o c ratic of(lclal h a s accused flcpubllcati S enate hopeful* J a m e i A. M c p u r e of being a llule confiiied ~ Dp MS defenae of th e P reald eu t N ixoh s re co rd on econom lca. Nolion lancockit exeeuuve iecr«iary of the.itale DemM rtttie central cflm m lltce, Bold th a t n ipu c of the fact th a t M cc lure w ould try to b lam e. nllatlon Olid *1avlsh ipending!! on the D em oeral ontrolled C ongreis, tlia l.sa m e C o n g ress,h a s ipeh t bllllonb l e i i th o n P re a ld e n t Nixon requcflied;"? ris 3 c l i THE FUNSPOT SOUTH. O f THE.BORDER he said. This s Uie p erfect exomple of his (S y m m s) personal free* dom theocy, W hal he re a lly, naeana la to tal froodom (o r h im self an d not for the otiicrs he 80*a?r.e ranch nearby,and s the_(ieeha to represent,...wiuiamsow ner o f - th e E laine--pbw ofb - -a d d ed r PocatellpJabbr iunion backs ; PO CATELliD, daho (D P ) A ccording to council Dennis -*lre-pocnteilo C uiilral~l nbor~-b crg, th «rrc fn s a H o -c n d o r e s c Union h a s throw n ts su p p o rt to L o v e le ss s te m s fro m h is iall D em pcrotlc can d id ates fro m.pppo ition to the O ccupational Sthe three logal legislative dis- f e ty and HealUi Act (QSHA), l c l i in thd NovBmbergOTrenil - a n d - n n tta c k - h e -a m J-lection. P ocatello H ouse m em ber - ; All, th at is. except incu m b en t P a tric ia M c D e rm o tt. Rep. Wayne U veless, Vellowstone bears d y ing at high ra te M O O S E.W y o.(u P )-A W y o - S erv ice h asb e en m o v ln g tro u b le - m lng conaervau onlst T hursday som e b e a rs b a c k to th e ir n a tu ra l said th at m o re b e a rs a re dying n rc n s a n d aw ay from to u rists every y e a r th an a re being r e n the m ore inhabited areas. placed in YollowBtone N ational.. - P a rk an d quostlbned-the p a r k s bear control program. "M ore o re dying e a c h.y e a r than a rc being re p la ce d in th e population, said F ra n k Craig* - jicndrhcnd-of-tho E n v iro n m e n - fal R esearch nstitute. C raighead said th ere is con-, ee rp about th e effects the P a rk S ervice b e a r control p ro g ram :-.tn ay -b o.h a v in g on th e blbck a n d - (rlztly b e a rs in the p a rk a re a. n re cen t y ea rs, the P a rk M M O P E N A te D A T S A T U R D it Y Y O U n B l. O N & N e i i n S s i.. PLENTY O rf R E K PAUKNC Anderson f t LUMBER CO. T W N F A L L S 9 HOLE GOLF COURSE T O M G H T i n TTH E G A L A R O O M J SANETT and R l F.DA F o r a w i l d n i g h t o f r o l l i t k i n g f u n.... s e e t h i s ~ p r o f e s i t i n v a h K h a i v 7 ~ B 0 T l f ~ f ) l a y Q v a r i e t y o J T n s f u r i i e n t s, d o v o c W a n d i m p r e s s i o n s. i m m \ TllRU TlllRSDAY 8:00 aiul 11:00 P.M. FHHAV AND SATURDAY 8:00,10:00 and 12:00 P.M. SNDAV 6:30, 8:30 atid 10:30 P.M. S T/ lk T J T lie S D / l V... THE SONS OFTHE PONEERS!! R a L L E L K A T i l G - i, The Tiute Han Come, * - J anh We-Are tteadif- J S k a to la o d it o p o n (o r h o llta lln Q le a io n. F o r Y o u r S ka tin Q PtcQiuro. Skatolond it open wllh fhe followino regular ilcaj- 0 ino tetsiohi; SCHEDULE: Friday Evening... 8 P.M.---- lossop.m. 1 Saturdfty Aflernoon. 1 P.M. -3S30 P.M. 5 Saturday E vening P.M P.M, Sundoy Afternoon P.M. r 5 P.M. 3 Private Partiei by r«tervatlom Monday Thru! 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9 More TF Fair winners listed - r.tmukrii u c A o d l la l wllcuv; iikorati6nli R l! M fi. John Moor#, third) Jlr.vfcf,7lm bk lv. <lri7. - Broktn o > plelura: Jtnnl* U k * r. F r e n c h f i r i n s e f f o r t UCOWJJ m ikthi: LOU* 0 1 bm,.tw ln t colni; Ptrma <W*b«l*r. cftmmfi «A«rl«H«rdlna. ucqi jhilf. Kq :qlachc M «rl«rpa, Buhl, fuu#l>»fi: N»A<ni UA.HT Q«rd, ll..ltn Haitlton, n Hut. MU MutlBugh, fu tti : f c i u r t i M. J. O io ro ijr. Jtro m t; Owm Crawlvd7 iwlord. Twin Flli, (rii;.mri..caldwill. \ " - ov*r 71 v i i r * ; -J «h a Mport. ivcendi i dinner («R f t a ib U. tiril; ll«lnn*r.-uw r-4lril; AA*rl#tf» Norm»n Criwford, JlrtK Vlralnla Poul«, f«ll#r.. & o S d i? P*rW, imond/ M*rl«Rlp«, Duhl. hird. Park ir heuia- rolls: Joyce O tt. Klmb«rlv, ilrilj Mrt, Waynt MoliM. WASHNGTON (UP) - n io KiMlnger would shltt to W ph- g(anu,.an oulgrowth Arlcdturo, Doparlmont on UnlUid Stales announced the ngton goon, looking toward o dont,nl»on»_vliill».lo Peking Monday, (or an oiport subsidy r.z, Jlrii7**VM1di*ii»2i*r* Ufldli MMiuoh i«0ad o **"" J*l,Ji *, 7l o*h#rv**mri* Fr sale of 20 million buaholfl of comprehonslvo ogroemont."n ondjufoscow last spring, came for 20 million busholsof whdat Slcd* "p; Norman amnn*r, twi«pam. Jonnion.Mulauoh. iim/ Mint.Ripa, wheat to China Hiursday flnd the next few woflkfl. OffWala ok Agriculture Secretary Earl for China.-Ho oddrid tiat the. «flw fl Mflfa)r MW trfido todjcfltcd tho WfflfMt obstacle, U Dutj defended the admlnu- company could have obtained f«ood; tw?;.- mbar-li Bgrocrfrent w tirnho~t ovon}ie nuaalanb w flirtlm onm trauons fiahdlihg of an.earuer the wheat oliiowhoro. i>i.itrifroiinr«mrt!iiiifrinicw.r-n NKkliea: Mrt. H. Caldw(ll> WaniiaH (xondi J t iilt Olun, Filar, third, appit r>.in i.>, Dullor. Jaroma,»a<ond(, Muca; Mn. John Moora, llrti; borni Unionwoflmminent... Lease d e b t, was vlrtuauy. m ahm ioth wheat sale to the *nioy!vc been eating wheat 5.V w jft novaltlat: M ri. -Huoh caidwall. KrtlJ tuoar: Mri John Moora, lin t; tfilhwi: Hie Wlilte House said trade sctuod. Soviet.Union before House for years, Dutz said. Odr nogountlons concluctcd n Mos- CondnnnUqn of trade break- nvesugators. best ntelligence s Uieyre n-! «Pojiv narw, Twin p*ii.. i.cond: -COW th ls - w w l b y -H f ln ry >U >ro»fm >«-»<dth-bolh-g om m unlat--->w tth-the-aovletg-btiying--4fth rm im fr~7::irand w eve b eftit OMt Twin FalU, llfil; AAaria Harding, Twin m illion bufiiiels o f iv h e a t, on6 say in g th e re a r e sa le s down the mlicallanaout crochtt: Crawford. Fiitr, Mrit; AMa Macrafrta; nna Drown, Pilar, llrtli fourth th e d om estic U.S. w o p ro a d." Kimbarly. lacoi ;r -- ""i..v.;- Nppar, Twin Falli, i»cond; l in :. f ir il; w orth a s m u ch a s ] blu Jonrtho T h e w heat s a le w a s th e firs t M r». Jarry Halan Handarwn, llrtt; CtalnaCofdharl,. ueenui wall pjaouaa; Dorolhv TrM dw alj, lllawi siile o f 20 m illion b u sh els to m a jo r fa rm p ro d u c ts deal firtli Vckla Halnai. Twin PaMt, Ooodoir; Huby.Patarton, Wandall, llrti. Wra; Adallna w,,u Walhtr,,, Tuii,t Twin f ih palll, firti; O iln a w a s sm a ll by com porl- b etw een th e U nited S ta te s an d son. But Dutz said he believed Q ilnn since the fall of MO C h.,1.1 Jol,nu>n. Mur.iigl., ikond. f uturc_exporti_t i:c hino-w ould-en--a m 9rlonn-trodc--w aa bo substantial." form ally holtod after the D uring-quesyoning before a Comm unist takeover. H o u si A g ric u ltu re su b co n u n it- T h e A g riculture D ep o rtm en t D.v«,por, H...L.J O.«. C., n.,lr., o «J u p.,.; H..n H.n d..u o, Fll.r,. r : T " w - s r i «, S i? r T A : H..., PH... K,.;r o V.» f r w,n r.v., r r v " " Uto h e a rin g on th e Soviet w hoot so ld only tlm t t h a d rocelvttd W m "." oiva. " D,,, l V " T w t a i u R o m.,,. W. s ale, B utz said h e u nderstood d o cu m e n ts on re g istro tlo n of the C hino tro n so ctlo n w o s being cjfport p ay m e n ts indicatin g p io t. h an d le d by on in fom ationol, U.2 m iljlon_buahels of w hite Abtlraci oil. Daroara Durkhal. Twin F re n c h b o sed g ro in trading., w h e a t an d 3.8 m illion busliels of com p an y. f t re d w inter w h e at w os- T w i n F a l l s L i v e s t o c k He sa id th e unidentified! d cslg n ate d for d eliv ery to Uie Em broldartd colorad handhafchlal: Mri. A. Pollard, llrti; laca adoad: Mrt., Q blrd: Oalla Ocnman. Twin FalK. ntoradloiy -applu K l.to the - Peopla!ft.Hopuljliaofilna,:! ~*trr<a~hi>7gw r g lw n triv:~m rit aj>a rafrpottr-ruiiniarr-kim tiarttnafonff; TWN F A U J - Conimorclal 40.50; P s v i ) Crock H anch, ttcondr lallad adga: Mrt. E. Thompton, Jckl.Skauo, Jaromt, flr»l; Ruby P*l*rwn,»a«onil. Jf*» Hon Craanhdgh.»aco»id; COWS w ere steady to 25 c e n ts R o g cra o n, 450, 48.00, 523r4fl;90; Halt: T rm a Kartl. Duhl. lril and Kowari. Vick Skaug. firit ; Oakla tacondi hoi padt: Cr«ca A*n. Twin Fallk. Denamn, tkond lilghor tlion last week with bulls Bill K lnsoy, Kim.borly, 402, liril. Mrt. A pollard, tacond; machln* Oil Undtcapa uanary; Dalla Danrnan. #m6ro dary: Cvalyn Allr*<t.\Ca»llaford. **- Carolyn Floraoca, Twin Fallt,,*8tcfldy a r the Twin P o lls 46.75, 035,43.40; Stan Smutoey,. tirfi and ikond,.* y»«?"«>; onnartna Dnia Danamn, ilrtl;. Livestock Commlsaion Cp. sale 550, 44.25; K and S Ranch, Hill L iquid imbroidiry Mrt. Oaa Danman. Oraanhaiotr. tacond; modw-n ollr W ednesdny. All classes of feeder cp ttle wore in good dem and, selling C ity; 585, 43.26, 714, 41.20, 788, 30.80,762, 39.30, 723,30.25; F. F. P h illip s, H a zelto n, 687, ,... Good_lO hltfh _Chplce steers, 6, 30.75, 735, 38.75, 704, 38.50, - -A -30; ratandnrd to --lovirtntrstffcblll Hntfieia.JQuhl,. good, ; utility s te e rs, 758jJ U L - - M p c- V lta te, _ -2 a.0 (M 2 JK l;jttu i r5 u m!a in 5 l v N o v,, ; good to c h o ic e T e e d c r h e ife rs: C enochio heifers, J 1 ; s ta n d a rd to U v c s to c k, 440, 40.50, ; low good heifers, ; R ulpn C h ris te n s e n 542, 40,00,. u tility helfe.m,- 2C.00.2B.0O; , 38.00; 3il) com m ercial and stondord cow s, K insey, 461, 30.00; D on and ;.utility, cows, Clyde S m ith, Filer, 529, 38.00; ; c a n n e rs a n d c u tte r s, D evil C r e e k R an ch, 5>7, 38.70, ; com m ercial bulls, 494, 40.00, ; R ussell ; uullty bulls, H ow ell, J e r o m e, 404, 38.00, 533, 32.00; light bulls ,80; C b o rg e H a n s e n, Stctfkers an d feedersl jw avy M ounu ln C ity, N ev., 035, 37.50; feeder ste e rs, 35;50J9.flbVHghl Bud M c C lu re, J e ro m e, 001,. fe e d e r s te e r s, ; com m on q u ality ste e rs, H o ls te in s te e r s : L ee 38.00; H otsleln steers, M atth ew s, B uhl, 414,43.50; T ate 43.50; p o o re r g r n d e r a l e e r s t G rlg g a, W ondou, ; --27;00»34.50v h e a v y :tfedor G unu-c ham pu n. K im berly, 637. G c n i f a r m ineom te c li* o p s r d u r in g 7 1 OMAHA ( U P ) - L lv e s to e k : DKN V ER O JP l ) - U v e s l o c k : -H ogs 0,000; burrow s a n d gilts H ogs 500; b u rro w s und gilts ste a d y to su-ong, som e e a rly stc u d y b w eak, n stan c es 25 sa le s 25 h ig h er. A t le u st 300-lowfir.; 1-2 J9,2 5 : heifers ; lig h t fe e d e r 37.00i M a_ rv in S to m b a u g h 4 iu h l,. h ead rrosuy U.S.; l-2r b-29.D0;.4i-l.27.7 h2fl.75..sowa alea;; h e ife rs, ; com fton q ; ba ,40; dy; h e ife rs ; s t e e r S te e r c a lv e s ; R. J. Skeom, som e uneven w eights CftlV0«T 4&.00<&7.s0; c o m m o n -EdO Rt-315, 57.50,449,-51.50, ,25; lbs 20.00>20.3S; a quality s te e r calves, ; 51.50; G e n o c h io Livestock, 427, few lo ts aim ao lbs h e ife r c a lv e s, ; -5h00, 44<4, OiOO; D. A.-H ur)but, 29.00; U lbs o..» h,gn i.w i.iv> i.i.. v e o le rs, ; f e e d e r T w in F o ils, 440, 48.50; A. K. G nttle BOO, calv es 2 5 :fllofirs-oe, j i j i h m 14/j j. i 2 tu cows, 5, i Reed Ceed.. F ile r., 414, 47.50; HnrryH n n H hi.ifnr«, uo»oj»j )6 15 jj;?} j*07 m* * and. c a lv e s ; R. F.... two lo ad s choloc w ith few p rim e - F e e d e r - s te e r s : G e n o c h io E d en, 261, 46.00, 343, 44.00, 380,. 1225l b s t * c r s 3 5» 3 0 c r c h o i c e - - U v c s to c k,,w ells. N ev., 488, M } p n o c h io 05ft-HM lbs 34.d0-M.00; good * _535.J , 40.00; T 3 t o c k, 424, 41.75, 380, 40.70; juid low choice 31.75J4.25. Fw - Rulon C hristensen, R uby E)evll C reek R anch,,434, loads a n d p a r t loads choice 800* mtufxiant lo attabutn markai - Valloy, N ev.,- 470, ,-5 4 4,: -076 lb hcuer9-33;0(m3.75h8ood and low choice, Ulllity a n d co m m ercial cow s pouilano.ore iuhm - wc*ki*nv* iu Q : n rg e showlm! hlgh-jiuir- "c.vti..p d j.no - TF Grange elects TWN F A bl S O fficers ffo creto ry ;" T h o m a s S p e e d y, were elected Wednesday night trea su rer ; Bertha Click, Ceres; - th e J T w ln F a lls G ra n g e N o. Lulu L o w e,. P om ona; V eda th e G ran iic H all..o liv e r, F lo r o ; 1. T. C reed, M n K im ball w as e le c te d e x e c u tiv o c o m m ltte m a n and m a ste r; A1 Hftuse, o v e rse e r; C la rk K leln k o p f, d ire c to r of - June- C u ste r,, le c tu re r; _ N a o h O liver, ste w a rd ; G ary C u ste r,- a c tiv itie s. R e p o rts on the fa ir booth w ere a s s is ta n t s te w a r d ; B a r b a r a g iv e n, a n d K le ln k o p f K im b a ll, la d y a s s i s t a n t s u m m a riz e d past activities of stew a rd ; M aude K lelnkopf, U io-.t w ln-falu G ran g e, c h o p la in ; O s m e r L o w e, A p o U u c k su p p er p re c e d e d «iitf iltf e o e t:_.k e n r iiil i_ J P p c _ liiiijn e e tl. ibean p r ic e s listed STOCKTON, C allt. - D e a f e A "» w h i t e s, s u p p lie s nshipper d ry edible bean sellin g s u K lc tc n t to qudo, 13:00-13:2S; prlccs (or th e w eek of S ept. 12 UbM r e d k id n ey s, B.50, h o v e boon is s u e d b y th e H Califor nia D cpartm enl o l -C olotndo. - (lonvor rale, 1 A griculture B ureau of f f lr k e t p ln to a, News. d a h o plnlos, 10.W-0.25, The p rices a re quoted for B ; g rc o l n o rlh crn s, FOB country warehousca. in d o U a n p e r 100 pound bog, w ith _ c o m p a d M n _ l< M» - y e a r n B o r C ohfom lo - baby Jlm as. u l2 S - ll.s 0, SO; la r g e Umfls, 23.fl23.50, ; b la c k e y e s rt.oo; n b m ln o ir Pea prices reported ~3P6K jw E Poa pilli!s(ur..1 Ui«wMk of Sept. 7-H hnvo Won lljled by the Pacific N,orU"*e»* " 7 P M O row orj- and D ojilors AMoclallon P r lc M fpr tho cumint-wflek, pr«viou«week and a y«o ago lncluila-b r»«n»-4.00h l,60-«nd - 3,a i y«uow«, 4.40,4.40»nd 3,20i h U c k U 4 M J5 a m U o n tib _ : B. S 0, li.bo. AU prtm a re quoted throdhor run FOB c ar at shipping point. rwtn F Tim riti-s 7 J?T* Ruhtar, Twin Graanhalqh, tiftt; Otbbla hlar. FalU, tatgnd. naadlapoinl ttool. Mr*. E *«tond. ttcond. nwdlapolnl plclur* - Htlan.Hrndarwn, llrti C r r -... itrii Harfortrnacofid; fancy.d»chy Holby. Twin F «n»... - i.jdiaciiog.jc«n»>-dtlla,dai Suby Palarton, taconu. Swadith g?" - "d - till-- latch: Anna Slavari. mbrqldtry Kala CauQhlan. O llll. lin t; Kimberly, llrtt a ~ B O SE (U P ) - N et fa rm ncom e n daho M... rr - Thompton, ttcond..vw..u lavoor Voono, klmbarly. isrtirdorathv la st ycar-w ab.dow n- ia.3.m illioq f r o m _ l. &L. Toy Doroihyi Traadwald. Twin Falit, Twin FalU. tccond»lt?*7 «u b r---p a la f to n, ticond; _.?!a?;.fln<1 -WtUif-,P!olooraph_animal m illion, the. ld a h o Crop an d U v c sto c k mitcaliaraout appllquad Hubv Paiarwn, 0 aan Craw(oril,win Faflt. lrti, lilacv firti; mlicellanaout ambr«td#fy: Mf». M, " wf il* pliologfaph nndtcapa. R ep o rtin g S erv lee-m id to d ay ; Pob#rTtTDuKTrmiT~* F. flri1.i Olhart - M rt H. Caldwalt, Caidwiii, Wthd*)l. Wthdaii. MMrman. M ur»auohtt«r...jn. TKOnflr-.... C ash re c e ip ts ro m th e sale of cro p and firtt. Edythv Slulifpan, CoodinQ. ttcond. Diack and w h iir piclortat. O a v - livestock com m odities by daho p ro d u c ers ciram ici r m a n. H rttjr il* Crawford, laeand; Chtna paintmo: Oaoro# Kimmit, Fillr, OavidMwrman, tacond. othart. d u rin g th e y e a r w ent lip to M3 m illion fro m 1070 llrtt, tpactalditpiay. DtioritOanlall. llr»f Crawlord, liru. color film: Rli* - an d-ta csntf,-( o )d Jiniaii- AA*rjr < rh. Haa Crawlord, levels, how ever, to re a c h a record high of $710.2 Olggartiall, Murlaugh, firti; glaiat WCOMi tinlad: nda Molfaa. Filar, lfj. m illion. «- Oianna Walktr, Twir> Falir, lin t. Floren Watartolor animal Dalla Oanman, Daiity. Twin FalU, tctono n Fa i, llrti; Ch«dy Pa«k*npauon. Holiaay. Joyta Paierton, Duhl. iirtt, Twin Fallt. lin t. (gurc painimg baiia Maria Hflfdlng, TwlnPallt.tacOrtd; Ch»ir -Oanm an.._liril..xhauy PackaapAuoh. ipaoal Norman Skinr>ar, Twin Fallt, lirtf, hand moldat) Kathryn Sttplienton,., Landicapa»»cn#- Carlen# DriOgar., Twin Falll, llrtt and wcond Oantnan, tacffpdi Lamlnatao giat). Mr> Gaorgt Kimmil.. Dajiman, jir»t and tacond..er, lint, lutier patniing Mrt Gaorga porlrallhirlcy Che- Kimmil. (irti, Oianna WaUer, Twin Fallt. D roiny Lort»r. Twin Fal t. tacood, tacond. parcalain Mrt. Oaofge Kimmii. Livestock k i t c h g n a n d p a n t r y iculplufr Ktrt Htmplr. Twin Fa))»,, Braad tirtt; tiaiot figured Juanila Daball, banana hraad Eva M»lclil, Filtr. irtt, Filtr. tirtl, Jattie Uiggtrtlail, Murtaooh. Moort. Kimberly, ttcono, Mrt lacond. tiamt caramlct Mtia Crawford. Young, Twin Fiit, tntro, irwil Twin Fallt, tint; M rf Goorga Klmmit. braad Mrt Gtorga Kimmit. Filar, firti, tv ond co n u n e rclo l d alrv b r6 d s foca mo i,ioo lu }}. cowt com " Sheep 100, Slaughter lambs r r 70]$ 2)00 Shaap H i Spring lamot SO highar, ab o u t ste a d y, choice w ith few p rim e wool< lap ib s ; few lots shorn rrain TORTLAND (U P) - Cash CHCAGO lupm groin, coast delivery basis: -t»rg> White w h e a t 2.00 Soft w hite 2.06 W hite c lu b no bid choica prifna fo S lb f SO }«00. utility goou ewet ( a. Q. uiaice lancv aj fo ib. letoar* 7*00 }7 75 _ Produce Prices Carlon auut grsda.tra larua «><S. vi«-ie 1 CHCAGO Ut*li Lhwe Fivait) procattad (oal *J1/««, mycn tier «S ;4 «Chnldar tingi* Uat<rt es i H o rd» red w in ter o rd longnomt *» 4.;j-4. *o id Diochi-.. W*»>. Swilt Diockt lb graar A Barley U io i. grauv» graoa c> S E A T T L E (U P ) - T odays grnln_pr cc.i, t.o.), S eattle; W hite cluj.o S H a rd w in ter CWh01.0Wi2.* n o m in a l; p in k s , D.OO B arle y J.». ~ Z N e b r a s k a g re a t n o rth e rn s,, U M orrledpcrsons with children W uahlh g to n sm all re d s, who a r e church -aflillaled are ; p ln to s, less likely to u?e m arljuim u n o m in a l; p inks nom inal. Umn people-w ho- a re single,. d n h a p in k s -d e liv e ro d -c h ild le s s o n d of.-n o -ro lig lo u s. by tr u c k to m ost C alifornio faith, according to a re p o rt n d e s tin a tio n s wcre> quoted o t the Journal of the N atiqrm K Aasoclntipn for M ental HeaU ht* CORN SLAGE ila S M O R E N U TR E N TS A N D S M O R E P ALATAB LE W H E N A SEAL C O A T O F S APPLED PHONE ANYTME MOLASSES SUPPLY CEKTER tacond; olhsrt juaniia OabaM, i>rti> Nancy. 2a Q4tlh.. Twin Palli, third Kathryn Slapfitnton, tacond holiday Mf» John Moora, ftrtt Drud..MuUDnn-Moor.a..lir»t. &wa- HaUtaantfXallMiiMt- - Nut rranpaititnt uilnq arlllitlal Malclif, matanai tacond, MaUlif, tacond, raittn Mrt. John. Moora, Wiin aetaitorv Kyia teli, Ouhi, (irti, ryw M rt John Moora, Mrt, Johnton, Murtauuh. tacond. Gaorga KimmM. ta c d. wfillai Farn amngatnant utinuptam TTiatar i«i wjhioul. w in F a lii. firti. -accwtvjrlf- Fat-1 tr*»ar,mm harly, Olancha Drummal, Filar, itcond Fallt, Mird Ariiiicia) Howtrt Mr* H Caidwail. Wnolawntal Etlhac jagtit. OuM. flt-i Wanddl. hrtl. Blaina Coldnarl. Wmdail. Crawlord, Twin Fallt, ttcond. N TH E feed LO T NUTRTOUS PALATABLE CUSTOM FORMULATED FARM SERVCE, nc. KM BEHV H igh G a in i at Low Cost PUS... 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B U H T j.5671 :r.t Toll Free Enterprise 289 BUY A ZMMATC MODEL 310 ELECTRC H D E: A-5 -YEAH-0B-3500-HDDH WARHANTY MMATC... ho World-5 "no 1 Sollmg EloclfinFiToinor rtbw Qivis you a 5 youf or hour warranly on Goar Boxos (Pal. bonding), Guar Moiors and Micro Switches. (A wrilton warrarity will bo turniahod,) Dig... dopondatjlo M A TC has many oxciusivo Jcratijros! Spociatiy dosignod ExtonrarCoilDctor Ring (Pat. Ponding) is the o n ly colluclor ring dosignod lo koop power wiroc oulsido ol vorlical pivot water.pipo ONLYJM UATC HAS ALL THESE FEATURgS: PUSH B U n O H R t- V6RSE loi pail-ciiclo ittrgalich F1.0ATNG TOWERS (Pal, PonOmn) that rolalo m spocial-bloovos to prowinl slross on plpo.-pew ER TOWCRS,, Only >0 lor o66-mainjfinaoco UN KNUCKLE JOiNTS-iRnL-RflQdingJ-Oiva-unJimitOii flexibility on hiiis STtJRDV UNDER-TRUSS DESGN givos majfrrhffrtratrength - - norfaoolg WORM-GEAR DRVES compiotoly onclosod in oil For Details See Your ZMMATC DEALER LNDSAY RRGATON OF DAHO 945 E. Main - Burley -Box Phr Emery Wiser, Mgr. M / 5 lo j i / Con tg cjjh ft Tlm gi-n cw t fo rm SQlgt-Dapottmenl_ for c o m p le t e a d v e r t iiin g c o v e r a g e o f y b u r fa rm t a le, h a n d b ill i, n t w t p a p e r c o v e r o g t (o v e r re a d e r * in M a g ic V o ll e y ) a d v a n c e bill* in g. A ll a t o n e t p e c io i l 6 w r a te. E v e r y «o le litta d in t h i i F a r m C a l e n d a r fo r 1 0 d a y i b e f o re l a l e. SEPTEMBER 16 TYO ER ESfA TE A d v tilliiim tn l; S «)l«m b tr A ucllonw i; Kpyt Woll ft Don PalUcton S E P T E M p i R 1. iio8m.ib>jis/rjeaom * A d v»iiii«m «n li S «p la m b «r 14, Aucflon««r(i lyu A OaryO (b «rn» S E P T E M B E R 1 9 EQUPMENT f DAHO HRST NATONAl A O e riln m e n fr.s jip lfm b ir Aucllontani Kayt Wall A Don PoHiMon S E P T E M B E R 2 3. ROYAMAYMEPEAK Ady*rlit«m«nt) Sapt*mba; 31 Audionaor*! W «rl, l «ri, Meblay A M aitonm llh. S E P T E M B E R 2 4 PAYES. 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10 Pre pa re f o r C a r m e n PRFPA K A TO N FO R iho N ovom bor staging o l ho opera, "Carm an,", are in fu ll sw ing b y lh d C o lle g o o l Soulhorn d a h o a nd lha Twin Falls. Music. C lu b.. A t lo o ho lo a d p la v e ts. / r a m J e f L S R ogor Vincent, Mary-- W olker, Ja y Fow los a n d Fred w yn S ta u fle r, rehearse a sor>g.~at~iop right chorus d irecto r R ich a rd Thorne puts the singers through their p a ce S j_b o lo w -a re A ld rich B o w ler, d ite c tq r/c ra ig M o rris, producert Bilgthe M ildon, choral director, and Larry Curtis, orchesira-director DEAR O N r- WMlU cm«ld«r Uh iftto lii, la d ckmm lk«k im r «( UK evu i-w U di ToSViw. B m W ( l r l f y» f«r M». J kope-jmi M iu ie H ut ih«meijr >««dl cmbwuiif. (U s lup< (k it you lu m Uitt wwto "Um»U" w kilim vir t f i l a i t v tm N tl d lu» «. ; A Lovelier You j40 UNDAT0 N. A SECOND SKN B y M «ry S u e M ille r. "FoundaliotnrH H seco n d s k in th o t n o w o m a n sh o u ld be J w ith o u t," lo quote a fn m o u s m a k e u p c r e a to r. n ch o o s- J. jntj fo u n d a tio n, m ost w o m en lim it th e m s e lv e s e ith e r to J a lig h t, lihcor typo o t a - h e a v y..f o r m u la, d e p c n d in fi.o n - j.. th eir iige and skxn con dltloii: B u t whnt woman _ h o a n ii w ish e d ftir-a iitfllo - fo u n d u tiu n th a t looks s h e e r by d a y, s ta n d s up to n ig h t lig h ts a n d c o v e r s b le m ish e s w h e n n eed ly?? n a d d itio n to c o v e r a g e c o n tr9 l, c a re e ris ts Ksk fo r a b n s c th a t sta y s fr e s h fro m d a w n to n telu te h o u rs. W ell n o w, hav4. you trie d a so ft c r e a m fo u n - n tio n t h a ts applied v lith <i water-damp s p o n g e? B a s e d ;o n th e tb e o ry th a t.sp o n fiin C -o n Twin Falls Bethel e lts new gutde - M a r g a r o t f lm y T T id n o r e d q u een, presided a t th e snooting o t w hich the guardian""council w a s in sta lle d by M rs. Sadie B reeding. Tho g u a rd ia n council includes P a t b fe b n g, g u a rd io n ; Poul M osoley, a sso c ia te guardian: L illia n S u lliv a n, g u a rd ia i) s e c re ta ry ;.Jl,. D, c l e y, g iu ird ian tre a s u re r. O llim ae A rm stro n g, director o f m u s ic ; J o a n n le. B ro w n, p ro m o te r of so ciab ility ; Betty H a w k in s, c u s to d ia n. of _ fo im? a tlo n provlrifffi ;th c n ;x n c t a m o u n t d e s ire d w ith o u t- - P «ro p h o n io llq ; E lslo s tr e a k s o r puddles. W h a ts m o re, d a m p a p p lic a tio n s a r e p ro m o te r o i-ju n io r activm cflj- sflf-kettirir," A Flawle.ss Finish is the end result. M arlon Harvey, director ol n ca se y ou w o n d er, th e s e - f o u n d n tio n r * a r e to tu b le.. wpochs; E l v r - P e te r s jf tr P a c k a g e s a re leak p ro o f a n d v e n tila te d to k e e p th e p ro m o te r. o l good w»ui. Dr. sp o n g e a iry. T o u c h -u p s b e c o m e, an u p sm a n sh ip. p r i e s t R agland, p ro m o ter of T liurw luflcy lo yptlbrrq W dh libk ypuseiecirdojhoob c ;; fratonifll rchitiona, mil m nnt nftpn fliroduccd a t "! f e t e s u TiuUj guide ; B lack luilr, w hite skin -n la b r is to r -m s o to n c s r B lb n d h a ir, w h ite s k in p o rc e - liim b e ig e ; B lond h a ir, b n in e t sk jp. p n rr o ifiit ppnp h ;_ B ro w n h a ir, b ru n c l s k in lo a s ty p ea ch to fiepio; W h ite iiair w artp beifirf; Red hair aoft beige. T H E tyes O F Y O U T H Yon are not loil lo youthful beaul) hciu m of dirk clrclei, pukineu, wrinklei around itie eyei. Tlteia probletna can 1>«brou lii under contra) by proaer akin care, cokmetic appcttlona.heallb tiablta and facial eipreiiloni. Mellioda are detailed n my leaflet, THE EYES OF* YOUTH. To obtain your copy, write Mary aue Miller in care of this newapaner,, encloiing Scenta n coin and a loni, aeiraddreued. itamped envelope. -Q V V Publlihera-nill-Syndicaie- TF bowlers set meet TW N FALiwS Caody guncdla Pli was given B fale y, d au g h te r of M r. and C arolyn W ylie. M rs. C arl B raley, Twin Falis - T h o n e x tm o o tin g w lllb fls e p t...w a s.elcctc d gult\q a t & oceung 27 P ic tu re s will be taken. d r - B e l h e r T o r M - W c d n e s d a y evening. wore Betsy M oorman, junior p r in c e s s - O f - B e th e l N o. JB.C am LLattlm nujltanil B e th e l r e p r e s e n ta tiv e fro m daho to M ississippi; Carolyn W yle, p a s t g u ard ia n of Bethel No. M a n d g ra n d ch a p lain of tho s ta te o ( daho.. P a u l M o se le y, a s s o c ia te g u ard ia n b f B ethel No. 50; Dr. E rn e s t R agland; M rs. Glen (S ad ie) B reeding, p a s t g u ardian of B ethel No, 18, B urley, and iresenlly dlreetor-of epoc bs a i r Tw n P alli WbmeSB 1073>111.!)«at Nampa. CJoslng - Pal Hwen* - Aaaoclatloa Bowler» ar» -p.in ; <at» ttr entrlea will-b«die. 1. guardlatn. pin Sept. 17 at the BowUdroiha Twin Fall* Woni»n«lowllng JhttJH3-liilMiuitlon»l-WBq: AassciaUon preilderil Avli champtohihlp lounianimt wlu, l i i ; - *, Waaco aald hli vlll be a beheld p L ai Vegaa, Nev. All lin T S to DEAR.ABDXTw) y «r» agotnytiuaband and built djwm l»u M,Jff.tLdeilai«d-lt-OurMlve«.-wantlna-««M».: UdnA.dlDeruil-trom.tha tunir-lha-mlli noor-plinf.-wa-alm u ire h e d ( n and wide (or our (uralihlngi We-now-have F=wqi% rglnal-tnd.unufuauim iu.jt!<.aa_l unusual, in. fact,- th at we have had a steady stream ol c m b e r - o p e r a -vl«ltor ;w ho. i» n w -b y just to see t, and got deai" for thelr-own-homes, Some have had the nerve to Uk» n o B ir and a ik us about where We. got this and that, am.hoir tw N JEALLS- 11i8,-Twin-drocUngare,Eu*enoM Udon- F olu Munlc C lub. an d the- and Richard Thorne, chorus; tnuch-dld"lt coat? nuaiirveit th liigrrom ourtgstfl*. tares, hiird»ar«, carpeting, draperies,-w au pat)er!la. our " OoUogi>iif SouUi«nHd«H«h«vo L a rry C u rlli, orch estra! anipe4nd furnliure! completed casungfor the opera Beverly Hackney, Abby,. please dont tell us thst mitation s the sincerest Carmen" to be held Nov. S-8. choreography; Diane form ol flattery. This goes beyond tanltsuon. t s more like C ast m em b e ri w ere an- Hckeraon, m akeup;gilbert de nounced today by M rj. Donald M oti; lighting, and Ed Colllnj, "slealliig." Thanks lor letting us etpress ounelves. Print this, but Youti, director of publicity and not design. dont use our names o r town. M rs. Frank DeLuca, mualoclub - P rem iere perform ance will,hatbs CHSELEM bo Nov. 3, w ith a p erlo rm ah ce UEAH ATEH: Om U more" or U u h«lp»wtf i U W M ary W alker will p lay the Nov. 4, a n d a npeclal student frlcdcu whs t u n oat to bo eopyeau. Bat U you pormlt J e a d role of "C a rm e n ", w ith J a y m atinee on Nov. 0. itrobgorf to tour yo«r io n o i * r «taeky 1/ all th«y steal F owds a s "D on J o s e " ; R oger a r«" ld o a i." V incent, " E sco m tllo ", and Audition Judges included F redw yn S ta u ffe r, "M ic h a e la ". L a r r y C u r tis, p ro f e a s o r of DBAU A&BY: Thero U a very juihy w w a n in our. O ther ca st m em bers a rc m usic, College of Southern town who ETOAtg all the men with a kui oil Um hav«m a r tin W rig h t, Z u n ig a " ; d a h o ; C arson W ong, m usic watchod her go f ix man to m an pouinatlnfl and contmm elen AllDnrPresqultS "; Joan supervisor of Jerom e School nating at least 2? m tn, one right after the other, t& m e of C,. m e rc e d e > " ;~ n e i R eed, D alrlct; Sldon Wood, m usic theso m en aho hardly cnowi.l "E l Doncnlro"j _ i Jnatructor, Burley HgkSchool; AldrlchJBowler w ill e c t - th e fltala-opera chainnan, Clitfordperform My husband hr o w o f har-vtcumi r have told htm hg i» c i u v r i 6 T u f l a - i u n f o r n a i b u t u u u s t f " d W ances w ith C raig M uu lken, B urley, and CriUg there U noticing ha can do.about t. M orris a s prp d u cer._ O th era M orrla,-t w ln F a lla, ;-Abby, when people at-m «iwufalin-unwaleonif -k th F X < a d tly l«ia W w 1 in d lc a te th at r w m Magic Valley Favorites h andfrbut \rant-iio-l(lsse«. and l oant-see why My-htiabnBr couldnt do the sam e, ffbat do you think?- HATOS fcssng SHtANGERS AM CASSEROLE 1 pound ra w o r cooked h a m 1 g re en p e p p e r ", 1 m ed iu m onion * J d c o b y The Squeeze Real Early NORTH (l») AKQ2 VQJ8 AJ - 4 > 8 S 3 2 >VEST AJ06S VO - 4..tl0 7 4 _ S Q U T A743 KAST *1) V.G BUS T S 4.35) V A K 1U74J. 1)1 >A Jn N orth-south vulncrahk_ WuNt N orth Ku<it, South N.T. P«Hi ft V Piiaa- a * 4-V Pii.ss 4 N.T. P msi. S V Pii.su HV Pn.w,. Pttsfl Olic-nin«lead 4 K W ith th re e le a d s w ith dum«m y. q u o u n -w in n in e th & Ja s t one, -. T h e n J ie le d a c lu b o n d M R S. GLADYS ALLYN finessed hls ja c k, w e s t took his kitig a n d led th e q u e e n of d ia m o n d s. _ S outh r uffcd a n d pro- c o d c d f f m h k o f ilf C T r ttr H b y th o s im p le e x p e d ie n t of ju s t ta k in g th e r e s t o f th e t. A v e. E, Jorormff 1 cup diced qelery " Vi lb. m ild Cheddar choesa G r in d a b o v e in g re d ie n ts _fi_quncfla_noodlea.-narrow-ol curly cups m ushroom or creagloi. ch ick en so u p tea sp o o h lsir Vi cup.c ru sh e d p o tato chips Cook noodles in th re e cups - w a t e r a n d d r in.. M ix w ith ground m ix tu re. Add soup ajtd top w ith cru sh ed chips. B ak e n a b u tte re d c a sse ro le a t le a sro n e h o u r a t 350 to 400 d e g r e e s. TlmM-Newt wiu pay S M th WNk lo r U ig lo V iu F«vorlt«f. K yoo bav«i bvorlta r«dpe, Jittt mtu t to Rm 1p«W MMn*s P «c * t a r. T t e - n d p e b e o o m a i ttw, prop«rtyol tfat TltttMNowf and caimiot M ra tu rn e d " trc k s T * BLUE lik E S W hy w e re alf TilT cards /SHOPPMj: Center g o o d? B e c a u s o a s im p le snq u ce c z e d e v e lo p e d a c tiin s t «W est w h e n h e c a s h e d h is la st, tw o tr u m p s.. E v e ry o n e w a s *.dflw n to U ve cr rd s, D u m m y -Jjpld fo u t s p a d o s _ a n d o no J i c tu b ; S outh th re o s p a d e s a n d «~ a c e h nd o n e c lu b a n d p o o r W est held a tig e r by th o ta ll. H e cq uldnt g u a r d b o th isouth s librarian, read a poem entitled thr<ui*luiar.l.rn,spqnsc. Friendship..H is threo -spado-bid w as a.stodhaniesumnwafl Jobieof try a n d in anito of The biddina hw boahi w H E.., - TON F A U S - t f i r M ri~ W a > w - U «r o im im d - WM»ll"8 t o J a t Breeding anii-(;n,.y n n,,1(1,. a.[ou,.. n o... a city auoclauon mo«llng (6r that the jtato comiwitlllorlfor Jaclde JacWo Oalltoua Oallbaugh ", tnimn"clitl ;. w u -g lv en -th e- South w a sn t.s u ro f Jils and the post p n rin o rs c all w as, Blackwood or ju st a strong bid n no trum p but docltjcu to bid. five lieartff to covcr..all contlngonclos. N orth syoni on to rx nnd Smith had to ptpy ho =gen«rau m e«tlng,-tojn(oun_jirin-eau «iw O rm nj!o«!*riia«slnm. S «m b.r. o l e»«<u p lw n «l fo r i a «d t e j. to paructpale. h S n l j V o b l d f S d l. t h nn<l_easl. You, South, hold: 4 A Q S 7 V H J 4 S t i ik What do you load? = T tw H rr KMBES -DftYTHHOs M U u U g w approkh<ii.~ your b n lb a a < L l4 n iu s bead, w W r id ii weiiu e ile h - Mm Og c h e o h i a a J ~o>~e«tite Upg. 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11 TlmM -Ntw i, Twin Falli, Miihti Prlday ;JepU m lm f H, Wi L O pen h se-set in r e Hagens -r-twn~pau--thb-yomtjmcaaurtuwd will pjoyyior a -. dancfl.at9 psatiirdaymtuie- -7- H A Z E L T O N - M r nnd M m, Sept. la, ms.-at Hazeltan, and. loophall.-. / ; H ans Hogon will bo honored have roalded-lhjnm. with an open hnum o tearv ln g T hey h av e th re e chlldreni F L E R - The United helroth W edding A nniversary M rs. Clifford (C h a rly n ) Mo- Methodlst-Womona Friendship Circle will nicot ot.2 p.m. niursday at the home.of M m. Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m. n io open house given by U\elr C asllii, C aldw ell; M rs. G ory, (M a v is) U se n b ee, T w in F a l l s, children, will b e a t lliclr Jiome, an d Jtli H agen, L a i V ig as, DU Gouterly. 360 T hird S t.; H azelton. The N ov. Ttiey hav e 11 g ra n d fam ily req u ests no gifts. c h ild re n a n d o n e g r e o t- T W N F A U. S Twin Falla. T h o llpgena w ere m arried grandaon lobbyopflftors-wlll-moouw-iilo L i v i n g Jjr«jm ih rt-la4< )iik -ln -» -JuU r.(rienh rearview ihlrror when : tjfying on n e w clothes. A df O M O f surtoralaclof n»rlo<)lc line from Uioont.. and hoqrlue- frofn hd Seeing for youfsaftfthotnirwaytotbit out.. -BEATTHtf»llRUSH- UTVOURTBUWBKDOilE NOW BY TOttNSCOUNTRy TREE SERVCE fm esrim A U s.733.& 088 Anyllm * -,.1-OPENS SEPT. 19th THANKS fob WAtlNO" p.m. Wcdnoidoy ot. Harry Barry Park. Elm oro County VH ciuu s an* nouncc the closing of th e season, for the daho H istorical Society sponsored bookm obile. T he 4-H clubs in the county ag reed in tlic. spring to m a n U io-bus a t the H anrunett Labor C am p,. 9-9 Monday..thru Saturday 1>5-Sundav Sorority meeting held in TF TWN F A J - The second. m eeting ot~omlcron C hapter,.b eta S lg m n P lii, w as held a t the - ;:je Jn e~ o M V!rs. S teve-sw oix* - W ednesday.. There, were nine mem bers and-one g ucal prw en R eports w ere given on Uie T.rU3h-lP.nrty.by th c jso c ii c o m * ~ m ittee. The cultural o n Any D a y," w a s g iv en by M rs. G e o rg e W a rb c r g r T hp n e x t m eeting w ili.be the ru sh p a rty. { the hom e of M rs. G eorge Dey a t 8 p.m. p l. 27. Sew Soft Look Printed Pattern r* FREE GFT CERTFCATE < 0 p u t c h ifs o n o c o a s a r y ) _ CUT OUT Aliii S»» ( 2 0 O f 7KE5E f -T 0 «L S j m i l l l l 5 J i U a j l E l l l S «W E S " J FROM OUR U S A M M U TO: * CENE DAVS-TEMPQ/tUCKEYE O/SlOK! OAMU.SKOtMO. WC. P.O. lox 4S. MPtS., MW liic tiv E m ie B irr cin riric iite WflllTH S2JW * wtiich mu»l Da ipplied lo any iingib p u rc h a io ol $10 Of m oil witnm 3 0 -day* o» ht da(o % - - -«rampjicron caftificaia. Reaeemabl# ai any Tompo S;o»«*W* avataot 20 adt p«r monih 9 / 1 5 / 7 2 A dd on to your m ily Purchase Plan account JUMBO BATH TOWELS Asst, printsrtolors, solids, slightly rregular HOBBY_ RUG YARN ,3 ply orlon a.cr.ylic, assorted colors! 2 % x9/j SAVE W a sh clo th s A ssorted colors C o tto n terry cloth 8-18 RACE AKOUND TOWN n on easy, free-m oving, fashionable. trio. Choose p attern ed an d plain knits, cre p e for cordigan, i r t, pants. Fine for casual wear. P rin te d p attern 91Q5: N e w - m isses sizes 8, lo, 12, B. Y ardages in p a tte m r Seventy-five cent8 fo r a c h p attern a d d 25 ce n ts for each., pattern for Air Mail and Special...H a n d U n g.rs c n d to M o rio n M artin,-t lm e s-n ew P at tern D epl W est 18th St., New Vo rk r njfmc7nd<lr(irs,wititiipr3i* *i l. style num ber. in oil-new F a l l o n s lo Sew catolog! P lus fabulous bonus choose a free pattern. 75 cents. n s ta n t Sew ing b ook sew todoy, w e ar tom orrow, 1 1." n sta n t fashion book. -H um tredsof-fshion-facta -H VACUUM REPAR «SAES ;»* Jlt ON Muova COMP AG KltlV WltlX u OifAiii > ACOltMMt R tlm lri O r t X l M e k «i ihclurflhfl - Moovii ««*» -. m ilt ouiin «cottfaci ««" luuka Ot V loyal Klh>*OU MT l* An COMMllClAl VAC KOTEX FEMNNE NAPKNS # Kctex 40s, super a n d regular - ilh added deodorant proteciion W E T Aqua Net fair S P R A Y " 13 oz. size GRLS COLORED PANTY BREFS, Acelale tricol in siios,4.to 1.4!* Your choice ol./ashion colors C LA R K TH R E A D 35 vd* «pool * All colors ic- MEN S WORK GLOVES t Durable rough nap-o u tw ork"yluvub" Comfortable knit wrist bands SM L W estern m p l a n d a m < s im ir # 4 shot 12 gauge low base 4 9 TWN i A u j -. T 3 3 i 0 2 T wcuuioiraiiiitso r P A H O U U O V A C U U M r o t f A l l «1 Am. k t i «Wm ukm M. jrhe89_p rlcm D B oftdz: z 3 Days O nly ~ ipen-ai account today

12 S U N. V L B Y d a h o a t o r re e re a U o n uses m a y f ir o w b y fo iu - o r fiv e tu n o s n the n e x t M y e o r s i a c c o rd in g to the d a h o W a te r H o s o u rc o s B o a rd., 1.: B ovd-niom.b «ra -w ere -prea0nted coplta - -r s e h o d u lo d -llifo u K h o u l.th e -sla te to -p re w n H Jie - report to tho people. T h e first rnjwuns is tentatively sot for O ct. 10 in dolto FuKji-with otlier moctipgs tocontinuo 25 (H»a g6 r e p o rt ta rm e d th e J i r s r ste p in e _ f o r m u la t l< M T r a sta te w a t e r pla n, b y 1976 a t A o n M a y m t e t in g to d a y a t S u n V a lle y. T h e study w a s p r e p v e d o v o r fo u r y o a r b y a gcic y s la fto r - m e m b e rs to o u tlin e th e s ta te s w a te r a n fi la n d. re s o u rc e s. W a y n e.h a a s, a s s is ta n t d ire c t o r o f p la n n in g - r o r -t h a -b o a r d r -s a id -d a t a -in -t J ie re p o rt re s u lts fr o m p u b lic h o flrln g s to d ffe o t the fu tu re o f sta te p lijn n ln g n e e ds..! - M s l i d l l E d s o n. a g e n c y p u b lic n fo rm a tio n o ffic e r, s a id.t h e r e p o rt is d e sig n o d to a ttr a c t c o m m u n it y in te re s t a n d a tte n U o n a n d a so rio s o f 12 to 16 p u b lic n fo rm n U o n m o e iin g s -la - n t o e i T T o v B w u b l i c r n ltlid S O " m o d t i s w ill be s u m m a r iz e d a n d r e p o rte d to t h c rb b a r d, E d s o n -s a ld J o h p S tr iff. b o a r d c h a ir m a n, s a id th o r e p o rt w i l W e r v * f t -s o u r c r o M n f o r m a t io n aa c l l na u n a s s is ta n c e in w liu t he t e n u p d U io "d e c isio n * m a k in g p ro c e s s.",tl»ero a re m nny faptors nvolved in this p ro c c ss." Strciff said, "econom ic soclal nnd onvironm cntau t}oal3-m ust-bb-fullyconsidcred_ a n d carcfuu y w eighed. Tho p e o p le m u st be ad v ised of Uic option available for w ise use and m anagem ent of our resources. The study reports Qie state s 1070 population u v c r y - o u r T b a W o n t n i v l n B - A l o n r t l H r S n H k o c o n n iic a f lf f O io T d fik o p p r U o r is o / tlu -e o n a io r n iv e r.lt alito c ite s a U niversity o H d a h o fitudy * rjv b r b asin s; K ootenai, C lark F rk P «n d /)re illo -w h lc h p ro d ictsap o p u lau o n d o u b lu ig ln th v n ex t a n d Spokane-. L um.bciring, m in in g a n d, 50 years. recreation are the principal ndustries, T T lj m to c e u f S 7 lh T O f> 6 > T g & y i7 r «rf la t ie ir U tf e a r w a f c r l m o n r n clu d e s th e d ra in a g e w il l.lik e ly n o re a so b y 400 to 500 p e r ce n t o v e r itrd a 4 o r0 ie _ P a Jo u M,_ C le a r_ w a tc r_.n m jl. ~.1. **~ MlavA.«ft nvi.l aji AM CA4 w as roughly 713,000 ehpicis.wltn nearly tnrec oi Uid sam e period.. A nother conclusion of tho s(udy is th a t only o n c d Qflho 23 por c b n lo f agrlcuu ural lan d a r e a in th e s ta te ia jire se n tly used for rrigation farm lngv t estim a te th e re re m a in about eight million acres of potontlally irrigable land. F ive dalio n a tu ra l riv e r basins h av e been -d c a ig n a tc d -:a a _ p lfln n ln g _ re g lo ris f6 r MWRB stu d ie s since 1M7. n i e y avo aligned w ith econom ic regions based on county-lines slnco m u ch econom ic a n d population d a ta is avalioble on\y by county. T he regions a re : ~ V d riv e rs,jm d e n c o m p a sse s 24,563 s q u a re m iles, about 29 p e r ce n t of th e sta te. Tlic division point. bolw oen Ws rogion ani) th e S outhw est daho B asins is fcate d ab o u t eig h t m iles below Oxbow D am on the Snake n iv e r. Southw est d oho.c om prk es an a r e a 105 m iles wide ond 220 long, encom poaslng a ll o r p a r ts of 12 counticfl. A bout 24 p e r cent of th e,» t B t s ncluded, wiui w ator o re a s covering about 118,000 a c re s and land arofis totaling 12,103,500 acres. Ttie region is d iv erse w ith te rra in ranging of-gevetr"** m -d e a e r t l r a c l s - l n - O w y h o o J o i m l y r u g g o d - nlquntiins near tho tieadwotera of the Bom and Payette rivorsi i nich productive plateaus developed with - h lgfltloh a re ntisrsiwsfldwlth cul«s and towni Uiroughout the region. The variety irt landscape.. tho_m odorfitfl-clim ato»_and_the_good_ti an portatlon focllities m ake this area the most rapidiy_growing region ln*0tate, Upper Snake. The v g e s t of th«> tlve hydrologic planning reglomi, encompassing all or ports of 20 counties and about 2Q per cen t of the state. Boor Rlvor. Compr(BOS the sm allest of the study regions, encom passingabout four per c l- or"lhe s ra lf n d a ll" 6 rrp rtn jf~ w v e it countics. Elevations range fromj.ooo feet n the valleys to j),053 feet ar KTe ]o Peak, oast of Georgetown. About one-third of the a re a is --m ountilnoua -land.4ibav,00b-feeu ileleyatiq il.._ South daho resource group gets m orale boost By DAVD HOnSMAN Tlm es-ncwswrtlcr, - B U R L E V T lie S o u th d a h o R e s o u q? e.- E l n n {» l n g o n d. p o v e T o p m o n l A s s o c i n t i o n t re c e lv c d s Q m e m o ra le -b o o s U n R p a ls o n h c b a c k a n d p m c t lc a l a d v ic e T h u r s d a y e v e n in g., L G arn et K idd, vicc clialrm an,? introducedguest sp eak ers from C.; Moscow ond Boise to th e Cassia V County courthouse ga e r ln g. H o w a rd T a n k c rs ie y," c W F 7: n m n iry a n d rcglonol develop- fr m c n t c a d o r fro m th e. U n i s i t y o]. 1: Cooperative Qxtenslon service, outlined his scrviccs.functions and Buggosttfd l/iltlal gonls-for- the foutk;ounty,smpda. He im p d u c c d S c o it B rflw n r t h e exterisldri staff m e m b e r " assigned to the eig h t M agic V o lle y c o u n tic s. T a n k e rs le y. s a id B row n co u ld h e lp in "m aking th e pooplo aw are of the interdependence of counties and cities." Robert Wise, associate director Ho u rg e d the assoclotion a s of th e daho Plarm lng and representatives.of thd moro C om m unity A ffalrs Agency. t ian80,000 peoplfi in Cassia; Wise soid "his agency s ln ts Jerom e. M inidoka and Twin nfancy,an d as a service F alls co u n tlcs to develop ap or)>anlzntion needs SR PD A s effective pollticdl voice. The help in developing regional and cuiuiont d fo rt to develop o land community planning. C n m n N k, CoNNln E l m o r e..g o o t lln {. J e r o m e - L i n c o l n i i l l n i d o k n i T w i n T n l l s Elm ore ffirl wins horse honors at Jerom e fair use policy for daho should 1>e ono of SRDA s in itliil concerns, according to Tankersley. "B egin now to d ete rm in e how you will answ er and huw you W ise said his ag eh cy a d m in iste rs a g ra n t th o t providers wo-tklrda ol SR PD A s budget. He said, "W e offer our a s s is ta n c e.to th e e x e c u tiv e M agic- V a l l e y F r f d a y, S o p to m b o r 15, 1972 " S e h t e n c e S a y e d ont Jerome wfi JEROMEL.- Ju n ice Landop, N untaln Hon)o, won th e out* standing h o rse p ro je c t aw a,*d at Uie South C entral daho D istrict 4-H FoTr -today a t tlie Je ro m e County F airg ro u n d s. - M ak in g th o -p rc scn tatio n w as D ennis D ahl, pre sid e n t of the M o rg a n H o rse A sso c ia tio n, which sponsoredjuie award. T he fa ir began W ednesday wlu) a llvii beef carcass animal..mqmbt*i:a fro m th ro u g h o u t M agic V alley purticlp n ted n tho co n te st held at-u je Jero m e C o u n ty F a ir g r o u n d s. T hose _ p a r tl c lp a t ln g - s h o w e d th o lrcan lnsure~the~lniplcmirntloff~~bgflfdrfflrd--wiil-m fliniain-tin of your suggestions. grant for as long as possible n n closing, T ankersley the future." " m en tio n ed : th o R u ra l -A lcv in tro d u c in g B oy D e v e lo p m e n t A c t 0 f l9 7 rw h ic h r -M ic T r # l»fln, U le so u th w e st dahp w a s s i g n e d l n t o i a w i a s t w o c k b y re g io n a l p la n n in g d ir e c tp r.w is e, i P resid en t Nixon. -sa id, w e tonstder o urselves a JE R G M T D F s t UiTdgc Donal(Uhpd Just been jcleu jsed Y earling calv es, w hich w ere n th e p a st c a o r i c a l g ra n t M rv lce auencv not n lifdr-in- Jam M _ C u n n in u h am..tiuradoy tc m n -th o -p o n lto n tla ry n b m it--t en T n id cd "n n U ln ced on the slcm ~ exlsted and the larger Boise agency.--j -delayed sontonclng of M rs.- three mofilhs ago for the sam e loofmunicipalities hired someone to Kidd then introduced SRP-. Donald McDonald, 50, p em lin g - -c h arg - ; Following n h q slio lv r tlic w atch legislation and appy for UAs execullvd secre lo ry E ric p sy c h ia tric evaluation a t S ta le T h e couple w a s a rre ste d la st c a lv e s w e re ta k e n to - r>r g ra n t m oneys fhe m in u te ap- B arnes, w h o «o id h e hod sp en t H ospital S outh, Blackfoot. -Yiday by Jero m e P olice a fte r d e p e n d e n t M o at C o., Tw in p ro p r la tio n s a r e m o d e, a c - the p a st two m onths settin g up Ju d g e C unningham en ten te d on em ploye in the a s s e s so r s F alls, whepc the final Judging of cording to TankersleyT SR PD A s Twin F alls, Mrs. McDonald s husband, also office became suspicious of Uie-caVcasses will be conducted The second speaker was Jieatlquar.ters. 50, to three years n the aiue their actions when they tried to Storday at 4 p.m. p en iten tiary a t an a rra ig n m e n t oblaid- license p lates for an E ach of th e M agic Valley countlos tiarlicip alin g in tho fa ir w as eligible to e n te r th ree anim ols w hich had received top honors in local fa iri, Bill P rie st, Jero m e County extension agent,-said only a fow of the countics had p artic ip a ted b ecause m o st of tho livestock had been sold a t livestock sales. H e noted this is thfi first y e a r tlie dlstrlcv fa ir has held this to bo a re g u la r p a rt of fu tu re fair activ ities. T h u r s d a y s e v e n ts w e re confined to horne econom ic*, e n tr ie s a n d m isc e lla n e o u s p ro ]o cls rjv o flt6 ck " a n d doga -ivill _be_flntflccd_fln_saturday-.l T o d a y s schddule of e v e n ts in c lu d _U io J u d g in g - jf -homo econom ics, a n d m iscellaneous p r o je c t a s w ell as a,4-h horse show.. Also held today w ere the h o n je e c o n o m ic s a n d ag ric u ltu ral tiem onslraliona. S o tu rd ay, th e final d a y, o f cornpctltor):, w ill bo c lim ax e d w ith o spcclal a w a rd Qssom ljly ot 3:30 p.m. T rophies will bo aw ardbdi top m odels n tho 4-H sty le re v ie w, r, F o u r-a w ard s will bo p ro so n to d - tho highest sco rin g Judging tea m n th e Junior division an d for hom e qconom lcs in -th e senior division. T rophies also will b e aw a rd e d J u n i o r d i v i s i o n o f d e m o n - s tra U o n s. n Jho c lo th in g c x h ib lt a trophy will be aw ard e d th o b e st over-all p ro jo o t, f l j l J u r U n t e r m e d i a t e a n d. s e n io r -divlalonfi*-ono.to u»wttrd-will-b# given, for th e.-b e at* k n ittin g - projoot, a s - wou- a s se v e ra l trophies ri the food exhibits., *. n th e m isc o lla n c o u s. 4-H projects* top a w a rd s w ill bo. - given in both hom o econom lgs p ro je c ts a n d m o to riz e d. projects. -V Wendell seeks new site for its hpusing project T h u rs d a y n d is tr ic t c o u r t, Jerom e. M r. an d M rs. M cd onald, both J e ro m e, pleaded guilty to,tw o counts of issuing nsufficient acco u n t chocks over $25. M e- the c ity plan s to nstall, would cost betw een $25,000 an d 130,000 for co n stru c tio n, plus th e cost of the acte site, wltti:lrtnin>gctt~ W E N D E L L T h e * W e n d e ll a n d the new lan d is m o re e x - H o u s in g A u t h o r ity m e t w t t h t h e p e n s i v e., C it y C o u n c il T h u r s d a y n ig h t to P e te rs o n s a id the h o u sin g (j t c.u a s -A.n c w l o c a t io n -f o r -t h o a u o r i t y w.o u id rio B u b m ltp la n n e d s e n io r c lt iz e n o w.c o s t s p e c ific a tio n s to the p r e v io u s o p p r «is c d ttt4 2 0, h o u sin g p ro je c t, t r a c t o r fo r u fre sh b id, o n d r a u b h a r j j a i d e le y a j l o n " E f l r l i c r th is flum f n e r t h e c ltv re s u b m it lo a n P o r)e ra _tq t h e J DhQtQta:aD hb.andflq a d e p th testa tu rn e d d o w n tho a p p ra is o rs F H A z r v " inu8t be -ta ke n b e fo re d e c ld in g if valu a tio n o f land w h ic h the " W e w a n t to get tho b a ll tiie lago on system s fcoalble on - h o u f lin g a u th o rlty -p la n n o d -to r)lling-«galn6ald-pot«pooi>» th lo ite r-..b u y _ t r o r a th e city (or tho jj, A sp e c ia l raeetlng wiltlie h d d after the sam ples have been housing project site i i D ortaylo. r a n.e. Ho.e r e d r o S ;. a n S t w S - " s r. e o u S r. mostly residential area. asked t to relinquish, n case d S s reton! c"sle S He said he site would be good, Purchase of? perj)j;crty NaUon«l-BankT -W end«l)r f r fp rw c h R o u s i n g p c n d r r S :------: is e u 9 3 e d - fln o n.e lrig -o f " - th 6 - recom m ended th at the housing cfty*. C o u n c ilm a n H a ro id -s c w a g e - p r J e o t. A ccordhig to S im erly thanked the a u th o rity S hafer, th e city w o u ld h av e to for not giving up on the dea call for b id s on a loan from a re a entirely." banks for the best nterest rate. n ouier council action. the He said the city could operate city considered p u rc h ase of on re v en u e ontlclpatlon from la n d b e lo n g in g to N o rm a n the sew age sy stem. T he council W a lk e r fo r a. new s e w a g e discupsedo bonding election to system stt. ralhc funds for construction, but D i p r r s i o i i : t n h i y : C l J o d V o n l f f f i l : l * o o r S a t. : r. x v l l o n i a u to m o b ile th s y iiad Ju st p u rc h a s o d fro m a J e r o m e resident-.- J e r c e Police C hief How ard DuBois sold. th e c o u p le hatf w ritten a check to buy a car w ithout sufficient funds to c o re r th e purchttso. M rs. M cd onald hod opened a checking acco u n t H EV BU R N - T he H eyburn with a Jero m e b an k and then c,y council voted. W ednesday proceeded to w rite sev e ral n iah t tn..w.l ao W t a j t Tax levies for Heyburn rem ain saiiie for Action of th e councilm cn w as re p rese n te d n to council room ** prompted by o petition by b y ntt6rney P eter.snow, property o w nerslast month rcqucsted-ponnlailon-rto-eort- cliocks-w oll-oveithe rnnmmt assessm ents at $25,087 for the rcquosung tho alloy bo opened struct a car port and driveway *.,_i5en «:pj_ jyida and.ii.ooo_ fpr._ fq Ltljc _ purpoap --.of.-oblalnuig_..twc«n_pfitor8._houae-and.t Jero m e, re d em p tion o f sew e r olllgiihfln - gn rh n g e affrvirft to thi* ri»nr of r e e t. Snow refbn»d-lln th B -.- i Bolto. hon th f tonda. - proporty llnos-ihstead b to tho-aroa -aaa -fah nanj-u md. - _ J e f o m r a a i d e n t - t to c a sh --- T h e inction involved n o r-in r front, T h r a tlo m o y lo O h e counthe check and found th ere w ere cre/jse fn.th c m ill levy but did Also a proposal for n U ona cumfcn th a t a re cen t su rv ey -!]3afficly>t funds to cover it. Drtfvjdfl-l2,705_.mQrfl fhnn thn C lnh p r n c r t in v o lv lrn f. th e _ ln d ic n tg d. th a t p r o r tv 1lni»g._ Merrill Summer, th e -victim," total of 1,292. The in- H eyburn C ity P ark w iaa-being used by rcflidenti in the. followed the M cd onalds, cat> culng up with th em a t th e port of 6 itry ra t - King JillT T c rease d r«vonu& -oam O -.as a p re w n to d b y-f rod y l o y an d addition don t c o rre la te t h t h e * s u lt- p f-4 i_ ris o -ln -lh o - o ity -fl U o y d B a rtlo ttr~ n ie council d e c d e d -d e s e rip tio n s rh e -a d d e d - o e s s c d valuation to 11,105,105. ag reed to aulhorize $275 to th a t houses a r e constru cted on n other council ilifllriem o 30* asstsnrru ie project T R ct olirt JrtroverleB al-prppertyillnesofw _ day period, was grantcd.tq -John gq al _fflll._ bpp.roxlm ately nelgbbora,-; ~ B anner to consult attorney $1,300 according to D ayley and concerning the opening of an w ill in c lu d e m o v in g th e alley through the middlo of his hnnusf/m nnrnvwlmnfnlu in -Demos - - authority obtabi a 60-day option on the land w hile- the FHA re p ro c e e s the loan application and applies for m ore m oney if n eeded.. The housing authority hod previously obtained a $150,000 loan, but according to G yde P o to rso n, a u th o rity d ire c to r City E ngineer Jack S trau h hnr since tfifi tha n n v "W r fion t_ h [iv r tlm r fnr a 7_M cn utt in Ju ly, a la rg e r loan- project w ith council m em b ers, bonding e le c tio n, and the will be needed bccause the cost He said the fulh containm ent project is too sm all an tem for of building m ateria ls h as rlseu t Mvyago.ngoon 8yatem,Jw h lch_bondln g Ji lluiirings pvntl KETCHUM A rrolgnm onts are pencling in B laine County M a g is tr a te C o u ft fo r tw o KBtchum m en arrested!wqd; set meet JE R O M E A apcclal dinner will bo held fo r D em ocratic c a n d id a te s W ijlls Ludlow and W illiam E. (B ud) D avis on Oct. 10 at Jerom e. -D n v ia -f y H P n k ln p thv» n f f lr n -o L... n a rn ic r is prv deoiiy - l i - J -., ilsing th e alloy for co n u n e rcla l purposes badj8top_apppoxim {jtoly_«f e e l. - T i o n i r r c s c c a m g e field a h putting up now b lea ch era.. m a -m.. drue case w to o th Addition residents Mr. and M rs. Orville Peters Bliss pair given terms on rustling studied JE R O M E - M a g is tro te R ussell S haud took u n d er a d visem en t a c h a rg e of unlaw fully producing o controlled sub-, sta n c e against two HazoUbn youthornesday ondrug ch arg es. _ U, S., S en ato r, ond Ludlow is- A ccordlng to K etchum Police ru n n in g fo r se c o n d d is tr ic t Chief D ennis H aynes, John congressional re p re se n ta tiv e. P o tr ic k S p rin k le, 10, w a s D o ris P a r k e r, p u b lic ity a r r c a tc d a t h is K e tc h u m " c h a irm a n f o r J o r o m c C o u n ty resulenco by city officers and D em ocratic C entral Com c h a r g e d w ith p o sse ssio n of m a r llu n n a r a m ladom canor. C h arg e d w ith possession of c o n tro lle d s u b s ta n c e w as T im othy A.Cooko, 20, HayneS said! BoUi w ere re le ase d on m itte e, said T h u rsd a y th a t tho- dinnexjvill en ab le th e re sid e n ts of J e ro m irto m ee t an d talk with th e candidates;- She sa id th at local ca n d id ates will also* bo invited to attend. G O O D N T Q A B U ssrnanand w om an w ere sen ten c ed W edn esd a y in F ifth D istrict Courjt on a f?]ony c h a rg e o M arcen y of stolen, livestock. H e n o M iu e ra n d Wlllls (B ud) W ebb had both b een convicted Qf th o c h a rg c Ju ly 31. A pro- sentenco investigation h a d been o rd e red jy -J u d g o J a m M.. C unnbigham. Webb w ss sentoncod to serve bond. R o b e rt M ille r a n d D a v i d M rs, M iller received a sen- v toncc ol B months probation.»p?o» r«n «,W c d n o y _. before Magfstralo-Shaud. Both The couple had been arrested charged. w ith n p tcm b er 1971, when t]ie unlnwfully -proaucing a con- B ank ot daho (o re d o se d -on s u b s ta n c e, : w h ic h ranches owned by the two. from an arrest Aug. 5 When bank offlc als wore sent to allegedly grow ing "* >nnrlluim a ono m ile w est and.uacovered different b ra n d s on, h o t.e d e n, R a i They werq arrested following comlnints nrfd-aummonbeb-tft- A-4lmo jind ploca_/qr_thenot-to oxcood fivo yoara, -B okerw as S S " d rerar appear n court. dinner will be announced later. t a t t a daho State P e n l t J l p.. M r d r h e a d o T llv e X k, T 5i 7 J belonglrig to six d ifferen t Aug. 7 and posted bau of $1,000 f w n s also given 40 hours to report_edm!sslna to tlic S ; R u p w t h a m b e r r l to u rs p l a n t i i - - charge. R U P E R T ~ Following the R u p ert C h am b er of C om m erce Lu n c h con Thursday the Sept. 21, B urley E xctum ge Club, noon, and Sept. 22, W est M lnlco _iudiocjigh School., R oger..jones,, m w ingor -of F o o d s; n c., survey set. m em bers toured Moglc Valley Roger..Jones,, m wingor -of Oy TERRY CAMPBELL Foods, nc. n Rupert..M aglo V alley Foods; nc., - Tlm es Newsw riter D u rin g th o lu n ch e o n a t g re eted the ch a m b er m e m b e rs V h a J Y - A needs su rv e y is being.<;aj ducied - Jlupen Elks Udfio, Poto P orc fta tlioy arrived at the firm lor rfe itsc le n riln fl Tiulldlhii a Frledinan chanbor president, announced, parking lo t., Jones served as M emorial Airport, Holley. > >.. a m o m b o rsh lp b o m m lttq e. tour guide tlirough the plant A cconllng t o.r ehord A nderson, meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday a t which m akes-potato flakes. tlie airport.ovlaory boardr Oponses. f r (o a tu re a _ -. hlili could be considered this winter and construction could stiirl next spring, he Mid, Thit4)rojMl.wiii(,roposed.«evBr«yeart-ago by Chet Monilon, form er director ot Ui> daha. Bord b t AeronouUci, who felt that an appro irla(e faclllly should be m ada avallabis out of slate traffic..:g w» B B t l y r w l» > ««-» a l i - U i t «H > w f c l i a K < r = S h ill tarpilnal local»d-ltt-th»-tm UH4agle c x p l n i n c d R upert Chamber of Commerce m em bers during n lo u ro f the M«gic Volley n c. p la n t T,hunidoy. E x p la in in g tlie process s Roger Jonci, centec. wu hhardhattlloism onb geroftheplq nt.. ilettef%-prewntntlotroir=-?. s r t «b e m p w l - p r l o r 0.0 M lo w ln g ; _ u, j,.ta riln g of t h. new ig J ln e ln - lh il- p ln n l, according to J o n e s T iroew tii("ln «"iobt in H - Sh4U to m to l ocatod-ltt-ul -Tr»aM agl Li.riilinn n twii omi Ulo facjltjtvcoilhicm DirtW ttleim M Mcb mliitalii fixed but company stnstalllng a new T hepfopoi«dslructurcw ouldbeloealednear opeyationi. The proposed lerm inal would Sept., 17, Burley Zion LnlhenihX hurdirll Piihrr B r R u p o r t t io n s r n w m f S o p t r.v, R u p e r t K l w o n ls C lu b, n o o n ; the present U,S. Forest Service heliport pad, at eontalo a- valo of nwin, Ueket ceuiilcn about lia midpoint of-tho west side of m restrooma, baggage itorage a re a jin d p trh a p i nui)vn]iranderaii l aaid. Sufficient land exuta at a small apartm ent, for a earelak tr, he atld. that locnhopjo.m esu «d«iajequllsm tnl«-tot PjiupeoUve laiudu daairlag lalaaak o llle ta r - Tei baek dlslahce from the runway, he aald.. eountel atiaee are a d v M ta. oaalaet Hallay When, tlw now Une s n, The ailytioty beurd ere tk ry aalll f the Mayor Lawrence lleag leilap u l tram alfptei S e p t. D, R u p e r t r i n t t y o p e ra tio n th e c o A ip o n y w ill be p r o je c t i i a p p ro v e d y a t a t e g r a n t o f r a b o u t - u ie ra la a l a e d e i l M o n l a c l U t M U i a t a h «l d b «. iu ie rn n C im r c h, e p.m.i S e p t., lu in d )ln g a b o u t 6,0 0 0,1 00 p o u n d. tm.o O O w o u ld b e a v a lb ib le, w itti a d d l U e n a l m a d e.a «a l a b l a a t th e a ir p o r t f d r k a p t a a d JO, M l f U c o ll lg h 5 c J io o l, i l p. m. : a n c b i p e r d a y, a a ld J a n e a. l u w l i i n p ro v ld e it b y a lr n n r t i» «««rniil m v «n n «. «n iila a li

13 Tw in ld»ho. Friday, ) «n b «r 15, 1*7} J B R O M E T w «yejin i K t r Uw m urdtr ct Rtubeii S la r, «l, Jerome, Um o h U iu u u lcr la vm tlfailw by Ui«F«il«ra l Buram oi lnvetufatlim.. m m t C w m lyslwrih J«iiilMr B, <P«t) Biinu u id W e dik id iylim caw, wblek U n o w TTU w kaiiiu «l tlw P B,» H eontiuu iindtr nve«u(ilu(iii nnu Uw k U k r t (Mind. - " A m unler M M t nevtr lorfolten, u i l with tilt F B OD, t M ver» U W iwul tt lolved, B u n u u d. TlM.ilierU f explained be did, not. knew hew muchi)regreu the F B had made hit pait year, and wifi lurk he. wouun l jmew until they, dslvered the UlUnMUnrtompleted-cater- Mr. S ie h le r Wat found dead ( the loot of hit imiement tl«ii a t hit lam home hi the "Tarrymore D B trtct, to u lh eait orjerohe, on to p t-u ro K O ;., H it b fily w a i lound by h li to n, D e l la n lt Stohler, S an M ateo,, C alll., and h it brother, A lbert S tohler, Tw in F a lli, T he to n h a d been called to J e r a m e rom C illlo m la w hen n eig if bort reported M rrstohlovi dairy herd -had n o t - B laim aide earns degree been milked ler teveral dayt. The youufer Stohler and hla anni, M n. U n o re H a yi, Bnhl, the vletlm a abter, itayed n. the boute on Sunday nlikt, Sept U, but aald _ they did not teareh the baiie w n t b u t e the Ught there wat burned eui. > pltlcera were li n t notuled by nelihbon, itba beeaue eoneem when a d track, driver reported no m ilk wat walthig to to picked up at Mr. Stohleri la m on Snnday.; T b f vietim, whote wife had d M few montht pnvlo utly, lived alone at the M-acre farm he had operated for» y e a n. A t fhvt t wat belle v Stohler had died rom a heart attack, -b u t a aa uio pe riieh o rm theaftemeoa o f S e p t lit revealed two itab woundt hi hit back. According to the pathologitt, the woundt appawnuy were Efllc le dlth a li i B e a l o l J a te C i - T h e Je ro m e County ih e ru t olllee, Je ro m e C ity P o lic e, a u l t t e d by T w in F a llt Police, lau n c h ed a n n ten ilv e h iv eillg atlo n an d a n taicbby-lnch te a rc h of th e a r e a w u conducted fo r a - m e ta l le tte ro p e n e rih liiliirln iiirth e houie and H A L E Y - The Blaine Uie school psycholoblst. County School DUtrlct hat been tlflcatlon. He t.i n o U lled lh at R lth a rd J o n e t hm d i s t r i c t s p o c lo l- j o r v l c o l. completod all refluirem intt for progr which nclodet federal a ichm l ptycholbglsl d e e e at grants. for speclol education, the Unlveraity of di(h0, learning dim blllllos clastoa for AcconUhg-lo a jc h o o L d la lilc t H o m ln g w (iy,-j )o le v u o a n d T «1 6 S M 7 "Jo n ss l i j r b e r a - a t = e a r o y - e l m e n ta r y - s c h o o l S T tending teveral nstitutes of n d lv ld u alljo d n stru c tio n JU jher learning shico 198S hi centor n Hailey and special o rd s r tirflndijwbo t,*uiusiurthat odncntli were Jequlr (or Uie school i vocational (or Junior high school psycliologlst-corllflcnto; ngirstudoitla: A lm lb ra d u a le tfo m M llc h o ll His d istric t sti>f( donalsla ol -» n lo rh lg fis p h o 6 l,m itc h e ll, S. a spoech th o ro p lstr-b u ld an co,d. Jo n es rocelvod h is B. A, counselor,. oxceptlonal. child d e g rie -fro m D akota W esleyan n s tr u c to r s, a n d a th e r a p y U niversity n 1001), m ajo rln s n. tochlnlcnn w hich p ro v id e O K. / A lt Y H N S K Y... o p i o m c t r i t i l.. h isto ry a n d psychology, sm a ll-,a n d -la rg e m otor sk ills B etw een looo and looi, Jones train in g o s w ell a s p re sc h o o l co m p leted the academ ic and early training for banre sid e n ce course requirem ent dicapped children. Optometrist for a m n s ts r s degree n school Accordlng.to the release, the a dm in istratio n, which ncluded d istrict special services J O l n S th e cefu flcotloh to se rv e a s program is closely coordinated _ it of schools. Prior* r with the bulding principals and o f R i «p m r to completing-his graduate faculty by referrals and special. -work for school psychologist, he staffing in.dentifying students,_quall(led (or Uie psychological throughout U»e district that -B U R L E Y D r. U A ck examiner cerlldcale. could proftt from a special or 7>nrybnisky, o new optometcist Jonei Resent asslsgnment with the school district requires in d iv id u a liz e d program. Realtors can help e d u c a t i o n believed la be the But the llein w u never found, the therllf tald. Abe repisrted m ltthig and pretum ably never recovered,.w at a rifle, tlereo te l and the v io Mm tw alletm H.g to h lertu «?tedan.wluchw«t n ik e n fn m th e tc e n e, w u found O c t, tr t, hi D e M A ln e t, -owa; A thorough hwettlgatlea of the contenli of the ear u d other evidence eolm ted a t the tcene ol the crim e w u conducted. Not euqagh evidence wat uncovered to aid hi dentification of the killer, Sheriff Burnt had tald latl year. Mfr. Stohler reportedly w at lait teeu a t the Twhi F a llt County F air and Rodeo on S ept lli -l«(),early-hi.the.evenlngjt,w M JloM.at-lhs Urae,..... ndlcatlont are that the killer might h«ve B «a workinx at that ilm e fitn H e cardvai; whfeh, after leaving Twin F allt, w at pbylng hi nem olaei, 6W. D uring th e p a it two y e a n, M r. Stohler*! diilry )w rd, houiehold goodi, fa rh i ftu ch ln e rj, c a r an d th e 8 < yre fa iin h av e a ll been lold. Ex-commentator sets SVtalk Contract aiiarded SHOSANE O D ell r r a n d ic n, B u r t i a of L and H a u g e m e a t S heibone D U trlc t m anager, aw o H ed th e l l a w l an d T tk u ra Well c o n tra ct today to Boley and ( en>y,.hurttiugh.. F ra n d te n ta ld th a t th e drllung, teiu M and -h n (au ln g T > f-ca tta g t-lo r th e w o-w ellt fc a i h f - elnded u n d e r one bid. H e ta ld t i n t th e tss-foet T lk n ra WeU b located th ree m U et to u lb of P ip a b o a n d th e ttm o o th a w le y W e llltih i m lle t eatl of Mhddoka. F ro u a ie il lam th a t the bid of S,M m ad e by B oley a n d H e n ry fo r th e tw o " ito ck w a te r development w ellt w at the only one received. TF man to direct w o r l t o p SALT LAKE C TY - John.A. n p o ll w lu diroct "P ro tectin g - N a tu ro l W onders, a w orkshop a t th e N o tio n a l- W a te r R e s o u r c e s >A s s o c lo tl.o n Convention, Nov , 1 Seven other workshops will be S U N V A L L E Y - Chpt l o n k M. W arron, p re sid e n t, offered to NWRA d cle g o te s to H untley, _fo rm o r. network P ortla n d G eneral E lc c tric Co., thp~40th an n iv e rsa ry RgtherlnH. tlbvislon news commentator, a n d c h a ir m a n o frt T d ia o n T lie y wutociis on U suca w hich will be a featured speaker at the E T e c trlc n s titu te, n a tio n a l m e m b e r s h a v e g e n e ra lly 6Sth annual meeting of Not XitiUty tra d e group, w ill discuss a g re e d to be the m oat c ritic a l to thwest E lectric Light and th e s ta te o f th e ndustry. f u tu r e w a te r re s o u rc e -A asociauon-(n ELP A ) B ailoy -s a id ~ N q L P A * fl-a o u ttu M tio n.- - -h e re - Monrfay -rnitf-t oes da y ;"f countm g-m trbnsd resrfyoc ttgg; RoshoU wiltt)c Joined by Dr.- was announced today. engineering and g ;au on, and E dgar L. Michaelson, project H untley, who re tire d from the p u rc h asin g and stores "sections ieaid er. Wild and ScenlC R iver HOTritloy " and B rin in e y w ill h o ld p la n n in g s e s s io n s a u d le s, U niversity of daho new scasu ng team ln_l()7q _flnd_durlngj h c m eeting. Th e pur- W a te r R oaourcofl. R e s e a rc h now is board chairm an of Dig Chnsing and stores se ctlon i s.. nstitute. -jsky-of-montanarlnc. wul-ad hended-by-w Fr-Kallonbcrgcc,. d re ss a luncheon session con Randolph D rive, Boise, eluding th e m eeting to bo hosted d a h o P ow er by daho Pow er Co.. ch a sin g ogent. About 200 representatives of. P acific N orthw est a n d w estern C a n a d a n v e s t o r - o w M d u tilitie s, m a n u f a c tu r e r s and suppliers a r e expected to attend. T he m eeting s th em e will bo th e ndustrys Leadership n a O ian g in g World. O th er sp ea k ers w ill nclude D o n a ld M. G ra h n n ), b o a rd chahrm an, Contiifental nihiols N atio n al B ank a n d T rust-c o., 0. M eeae,...c hicago, an d W. in B urley, h as announced his p re sid e n t, D etroit E dison Co., association with Dr. Howard according to D. S. Bailey, Boise, Doijaldson. NELPA president and a reth-ed D r ry b n is ity is a nauve o( daho Pow er vice president. S tibnlte, daho.. G r a h a m s subject will be rtth o sp rin g 0( 1052 ho m oved D o n t F orget Your B an k er," w ith h is p n rc n ts-to 11 (n rtn tw o and M eese. who au o s c h a i r. jfflip ilw eso O E m n a j raan_o(_th(l Elcctrlc-.Eowor H» - a t to n d o d - t h o - ( i r s t s i i R esearch nsututo, will speak.1. i i u i i 1 grades nt lone star School, the on Advancing the Energy JEROM E "Real estate o( the group, onnounced the sevcnth through ninth at-west Technology". cun T 91 r-w ltir~tttllhll utmrd of Kenltors Junior High imd HmdUlltM Wllh envlronmantal-health, John ConvonUon, will bo at the honors n 1906 (rom Nampa VanOrman. Jerome, told the Rodowny nn, Boise, Sept, 15 Senior High School. r N o r t h e Board orroaltors otnnut - Then-he-attended-CoUego-oll meethig Wcdnesilay night at John UM oyne, Hogcrman, is daho at Caldwell, graduated Wood-Ca(e. he boord a.dcleaoto to the H e s u g g e s te d r e a l e s t a t e c o n v e n tio n a n d R a y salesm e n an d b ro k e rs b ecom e A ssondrup, J e ro m e, will also (am lllar with arcb public health. tteild.aa a _repre5cntatlvc- - S? p c r r b u l t s H e a d lin e s S f r 5 s - and nna stress on sewer system s, nform atlon befo re th e a O «* ct. 11 h H e d istrib u te d p am p h lets w h ich o u tlin e d, p ro p o s a ls p e r lo ln ln g to th e liv e s to c k w aste disposal and location c o n tro ls, w h ich a r e u n d e r C om m lttoo m e m b e rs n am e d for the y e a r a r e D w ain B utler, Je ro m e, an d W illiam Hornaday,. Hagerman, m embership ; Dick Gregory, " constdcrntlon by the daho Jerom e ; M arcuskoll. WcndeU;. H ealth D e p artm en t Jam efl-m offley, G ooding, a n d > " T h e b o a rd of h e a l t h is LeM oyne an d Thomo*. M ake. form ulating plans, ru les and America D eautifup j regulaiions and hopes to give c o m m itte e ; R o d n ey P a u ls, the people opportunity to adopt J e r o m e, a n d.t h o rn e a n d the_w ithout,eq ii)g.to.court.to.x_u M oynot rbib;on}-m uffloyt7. enfdrte them,", ho said. legislation; W illiam K ersey,... D urlng tho-bufiinoss-moeunb, J e ro m e,-rfu c a tio n, an d M rsu. - CairrBuUer, Jerom e, president Harrell Thorne, publicity.... s e l s t a l k H a g e r i x i a i i t o - g i t e free Koriilnches with a bachelor of science degree. : F ro m h e atten d P acific -U n iv ersity, ColloRe- o f O ptorhotry a n d w a s g ra d u a te d h a O E R M A N - - T h e- fa c to rs such as high m ed ical with a doctor of optometry H agetm an School District will and dental oxponses. death in degree. provide free hot lu n ch e s, to th e fa m ily, te m p o ra ry - o h r td r o n - f r o m ro w -ln c o m c - disability, e tc.. in detcrm b iln g fam ilies, Supt. K enneth L. eligibility, Black said. F u rth e r inform ation m a y be p b ta in o d fro m the.s u p e rin -. te n d e n ts office at H a g erm an High School. B lack announced. n o rd e r to qualify, annual fam ily bicom e m i t bo equal to o r below 2,700 fq rla Jo U y of 3.4 S 0 fo r th re e ; $4,110 for four; 14,720 for five; S,330 for. 5 $5.880 for se v e n T lflum for, a n d i x o m ore additional ffunlly m em ber. i i i Mpr.liirp T he..school will also give S K g H c p c o n sid e ratio n to sp e cialh a rd sh ip Academy accepts pucants- o n g o ld b ill W A S H N G T O N ( U P ) - Rep. James A. McClure has. asked. the Joint Economic ConrmiitU>e of Congress to support his bill removing tlie ban on private owneiship of gold. S E A T T L E.W a s h.-h i e M c C l u r c w r o t e t h a c g m m i t U j e Coast G ua rd s accepting that with the opcnlng~thls applications for amiolntmont to week of the world s first mnrthe Coaat Guard Academy. ket in gold fuujres, the question G F a d D B lc s u f im c n d c m y nowbeeomes-whothor or not ore awarded o bochelor of the law prohibits the flding of F r f a i r a t l i r a e t s science (log"r?o a n r"rflr6 n g o W ifa tu ro s -TO Tc. conupissloned ensigns-in-the - "nie-trcflaury,8ays_.lt dops. D A V i > - f t f i D M O N > - C 6 D a r tiu ttr d r ~ ~ r; r d t n a t r p n r f o r th e - c a u r s o.* * - ~~irre1l?i, wojmeitcooks. A ppointm ents to th e a c a d e M cq u re said,... g r n d i i n l e H a re m ad o on th e basis of an n u a l - Q uoting a national m agazi(k L_ p tii " nationwide competition. article (Tim c)-oa-privotc own-_ *ppl«. Oladwln Thttntr. Fiitr, llrti, Mri. John Moor*, RurKy, itcond. etir>ir A p p lic a tio n s m u s t be ersh ip o f d M cclure sa id the JsO>l». flum. hlrd. aprlcol: Oltdwin Church, ti Maliihn: W M S Mitsionpiurch.lirti. N ew s O f Th«*n*r, lin t; Mary Schnfll, ikono s u b m itte d. tq the d irec to r of. tre a s u ry fe ars th a t any Dtrry; AA<ry Sctnili, firil. Marl* HdMiii*f Crano. itcond; Mittiohsfv Votilh F*llow»hip. v»q#tablt*; _ admissions, U.S. Coast Guard.form of U.S. ownership of gold Pfoclor, Twin Falli, m ond. ct**rry Holliit*r Orano*. llril. W M S. Mitllon Mary Schniit. raiiin: Mrt. John A ca 4«m y,_p rto r to.d e c. 19, m lghtleadtoanaltom otlvotlnd- ChUTcn, iico n dr M m io n a rr. Vo«ijj..J07j, and.,candldblefi muiil possib ly nre (erred (or m, e ( _ _ p a rtlc lp a to nthh college ttndel-; / ih. n r m?t. rir.lt u. Alla - ;R U P E R T "Marine Pvt. examination board tests n o "Th e strongest ond richest David V. Redniond, husband ot later than Dec. 107J., nauon n the w6rld lackssu((j- Complfl* *«htdllt; :lhejonnet:deannsrifc-jalmaff A HH)hiliii8nt U inmlhhb the ctenltalth and con(i3ohte nlts ConiJfwat;. Holllllir O tnioi. llru, «t»ito n «rv o > n * i-w th o w»n lp.-h i* r.-. B u p e rt..g t«d iw t«l_ (c iiro.b»flc b a»l»-«(= lh «-c a n d ld itrt-h lg h o w n -c ltl«e n s.th a t,il-w lll-n o L tkond; VUM t. Mi»»lon Church. Fiiir, training at the Marine Corps achool rank, hla college perm ltthem tobuy,ow norhold ffm,.. SanPlego oxamhiatlon-board_tosl «corcgold,1 McClure said, K l;.is o,u?.th ". and W i leadership potential as "t U an rd n ytw rlo s ttir - J E R O M E - Navy Firem an demonatrated by., his, other nouons orsund the Chur.h, ihfro, apprentice John n.olne«,aono( participation hihlgh school world," ho said. "Whut could j*< *i: H0lllM*r Orano*. lflti W.M., M tilan Church, lacontfi MKtlonary ttolllilar Or«not. lrti; Miiilonary VovlH Ffllpwthlp. lacohd W.M.S. MtilQn Church. hlrd. _.. McOf*gor. Twin Fall*, " i Mt. a n d Mra. Mt s. Evan Elvr T ". PjD iatracutrlciilar nctlvlllea. - LbBtt<ir-lUiutrnte-lh0,slablllly-0( - t. Hugh Caldwall, ucontf. Wealtni To qualuy, an applicant must the American monetary system ---- JaiUn, lamt. - coni«rv*i:.... M ri. t*tt»r.mcoraoor. Twin F a iii, itrvl, m i. PscKc Bboard the U>ng Beach, bo single and luve reached his than visible proo( that gold.s Cravdofd, Twin fallt, lacordi.picklti dj.pick t«ut:... Mr«.....Jrtgo t»il* r Wcarr " r, C a ll(. homeported destroyer i7 h,> it npt hu JJnd birthday a precious commodity and ( «- O»«iV ln T h M itt r. Plltr*, ik o n d v USS HoUUter. b y J u l y r,l t M -._ srm bv many Am crlcant" a s sh itilit- p u rl.t ro u b lc d?.c all H o U in o M lf c WARBERC S 7 «p v i N < r «r s T o «A B r A L U B D W H LNES M U V M M L O C A l A C n n, W «danl m ow* liirn ltu ra Ml* mow* f a i n U t a * ium ce. The TWN FAUS FEED & CE, will pipcbm your w ild gam e ogain this ~year. You must present your tag w hen the anim al s brought n for Cutting, W rapping, Packaging & Freezing. For Further-lnformatioix Phane_ W h/ nbt rednith h d l pole fence hia Fall. W eilidve Redwood Slain V a r io u i lo r p. O n ly $ t «... W chif. EFFECTVEOCT. 1,1972 The-room containing the individual loceers. will be open O N LY between the-hoors of 8:00 A.M. & 6:00 P.M. Mondays through-saturdays of each j w e e l t J h a y J M i i r F lo t b e n p n n n n n n y _ Sundays or Holidays. sm all electric now 5.99 s u n b e a m iro n Regular 1 steam o C d ry. iron w ith heel rest, no just Sunbeann quality, with multiple steam vents., w g n n g b le n d e r Powerful 14 speed blender from W aring. Gloss container, push buttons. n decorator colors. Model S p ro c to r perc Fully autom atic, regular eigetric perciijator. Easy clean gloss 1, makes up to 11-cups. Fltivor- SelecToy q t. riva l c ro c k -p o t - Slovy gigctrjc., C Q Q k ip q n - - gen uin e stonew ear. N o watching or stirring,ust iset A _.th e _ tln ;ie r..b ig -q th ir«r T H E B O N M A R C H E On 1ho M aoi Valley Mall, downtown Twin FojjrTslephonB - : Shop doily til 5i30. Like it? Charge it!

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Goo di ng s ta ke-sus tm ns- new missioii president rn d a v, Soplom bsr \S, ; \m T lm w.n ow f, Twin F a lli, diho S Gatholie woineh m eet at Rupert H U P E R T ~ * T h o r d q h o ~ o ] u i U r l g u e n,.h o y b u r n, w a s C o u n c il o f C a U io lic W o m e h e l d t o a s t m s t r o s. R o y. P a t r i c k - i l s f a l l w o r k s h o p s W e d n e s d a y a t. M c o g l i o r,. O. S. B,., T l n - F a i l s, U ie R u p e r t C l i r l s t l a n C h u r c h, g a v e t) io n v o c a tio n. W o r k a h o p a w o r e h o l d S l a l o d e a n e r y o f l t c w a. w c r o U ir o u g h o u t t h e m o r n i n g On o n t r o d u c e d, n c lu d h i g M r s. A ld o v a r i e t y o f - t o p i c s. M r s. M a r y Z u n in o, i P a u l, p r e s i d e n t ; M r s. G r i m m, T w in K f l ls, c o n d u c t e d L e o D o c k e r, R u p e r t, : p i e w o rk " s h o p o ri o r g lin iz a t lq r t p r e s J d e n i r M r M a r y u k - lh iin s e r v i c e s. c o m m i s s i o n. T w i n. 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GOODNG LoRoy Johnson, Gooding, h as been sustained as pre sid e n t of the 20Sth Quorum of S e v e n ty a n d a s m issio n p re sid e n t, it w as. announced today: Johnsgn s selection was made Bishop Brown stre sse d u n ity K a th y L a n g f o rd, TVendoU ; os the tljeme of the conforonco. Carrie Newman; Jerom e ; Mark. Ann T h o m p so n, J e r o m e, H e n d ric k s o n, J e r o m e, an d served a s o rg a n ist an d H elena B ruce B ennett, J e ro m e, who D. B a rlo w, J o ro m e, w a s. spoke o n W hat D oes J e i n g a chorister. Special music for the Mormon Moon to Me. Mrs. o o n f o r e n c c w a s p r o v i d e d b y a P n n l d - J f l p k i n s, - G o o d i n g - a n d a t the Gooding S take q u arte rly com bined G ooding chorus w ith G a ll H e n d r ic k s o n,/j e r o m e, LDS conference conducted by Jan e V estall, ch o rlstc r, an d w e re c a lle d on fr o m th e P resid en t R ichard N. E verson Jea n ette T hom ock, o rg a n ist. aud[ence. and presided over by presiding R o y al- flack er, priest ad- bishop of the church, W t o r L, visor, H azclton. gnvo th e n- B ishop V id o r L, B row n was Brown, Salt Lake a ty. vocation ( o r S unday s con- in clu d in g spookcr, saying that R clo n scd d u rin g th o co n - fe rc n c c m e e tin g. A lso on fcrencc w ere Willis Chenoy, SunUoy, junior Siin dny school n a n k ln d s to be loved, to be Q o ojlng,president of th e 205th w as conductedfor th e children ( o r u m of Seventy and m ission with the J e ro m e F ir s t W ard n p re sid e n t, and D elores-d ion, chargc. - - J e r o m e r - R e l i e f - S o e i e t y - e o u n > -sclor D u rin g,th e c o n fe re n c e, diaries Stuart was ordained an older. Shoye aiitogi*ji ilic(l B S H O P, V C T O R n n O W N, S n l l L a i c c i t y, a u t o g r a p h s t h e s h o v e l lie u s e d n t u r n i n g b v e r t h e f i r s t d i r t l o r t) ic n e w S e c o n d - F o u r t l i.w a r d L D S c h u r c h n t t h e c o r n c r o f A lm o A v e n u e a n d G th S t r e e t n B u r le y S u n d a y. ntolerance of impurity, im m orality asked by Pope * i C T e U r B e l ) c v u e r i n t l j a o J e r o m e, s t a t e v j c o. p r e s i d e n t ;, a f f o i r s c o m m i s s l o n a n d - M r a. - A. C. T n j x a l i R u p e r t, p n im ts H lo ir s t a te c h u r o h o m r a u n l t if l f l _ T lie g r o u p w e n t to th e S t. c o m m i s s i o n c h a i r m a n. N i c h o l a s C a t h o l i c C h u r c h, S p e c i a l g u e s t s w e r e R e v. w r e f o r a s p e c i a l M o s s. K e n n e t h, A r n z e n, R u p e r t, T i i e m e f o r U ie a l l - d n y.s e.s.s l o a B i s h o p S y l v e s t e r T r e l n e n, w a s D o u n t o o t h e r s o s y o u B o i s e, a n d R e v. M e a g h e r, T w in. w o u ld h a v e U ic m d o u n to y o u. F a l l s. A lu n c h e o n w a s s e r v e d b y th e - M r s. W e i m e r o u t l i n e d p la o s, C l iris U a n C l i u r c h w o n i e n. M r s. f o r U ie c o m i n g y e a r. Pastors elect CASTEL GANDOLFO, taly, ( U P - Pope TTOTrtcd an d to. be Tiecdcd. We P aul V called-on m o d em m a n W ednesday to b e - need these p rin cip les n our n to leran t of m purity, n u n o ra llty an d sexual hom es." obsession that drags m an nto the mud. lite ra ry eroticism, pornography and* lewd m ovicsrnnd~plny3* for~dcbahinb. the~1dca~of ch a stity. T he pontiff said.isensuous an d passionate RS w.r-rm ~.,nf.w (*- T h n n» n,. n n «-» v t « W c j n u s t - J u m l i T i C U u i t - i m p u r i t y - i s - i i o l * s o l f i s h n e s s H s r e p l a c i n g t r u e l o v e, w h ic h h e h i e Z w h T he,,sai4 -hia weekly general described as "the giving.oloneacll-_.a lyrical.t.?*, «udlence nt his sum m er residence n the Alban and ceneroas BcStSre.", - J V " agcuence a i nis su m m e r re siu e n ce in m e A accept alls and fulfill Uiem as choruses led by Ronald J e n ta s, ad d re sse d esp ecially t The pontiff appealed to Christians to be in a Four young speakers w ere Ellis, Hagcrmart. Shoshone announces LDS aides Charge m ade at Hi Life Church SHOSHONE - O fficers for M unicipal C ourt Ju d g e John S aunders.. T he o p e ra to rs, R o b ert A. P ash and U o B p rb aric k, w e re pul on MONROVA. Calif. (U P ) - th e..s h o sh o n e LD S C h u rc h The o p erato rs of th e Hl Life sem in ary cla ss w ere n am e d Social C hurch w ere put on p ro- T h u rsd w y by th e w a rd b a tio n. for th re e y e a rs M onday bishopric, for m anaging obscene conduct, folvin R ands w as nam ed the an d two fem ale follow ers w e re p robation, on condition they do p re sid e n t w ith C lair T horne and fined for disturbing th e p eace, not go b ack to th e hedonist Rhonda B lackburn the The " cl.u rc h " featu red church business. : c g u n 4 g l o c f i i _ V i c k l _ S l l m p s o n,. liq u Q r. -. m u s l c t r - n u d f e r d a n f e r s, - s e c r e ta r y ; B r a d S tim p s o h r- c r o tlc p e rf o rm a n c e s an d sex t r e a s u r e r, a n d J a n e C la rk, m ovies. T he o p erato rs m abi- taln ed they w ere conducting s ta te of a le rt and not to give w ay to en v iro n m e n ta l im m o ra lity. He said t is not possible to be in to le ran t about in im o rallty. "W e live n t l m e in w hich j p a n s an im al, n a tu r e is d e g e n e ra tin g in to u n le a sh e d c o rru p tio n. he said. M an s w alking n the m u d.", M odern n eg le ct of c h a stity s becom ing a, topic of overriding concern for all who deal with... K.. the m oral upbringing of young people, the Pope charges and were sentenced by said. He blam ed psychoanalysis, sox education, and gen ero u s g estu re. Ho pra ise d thg excellence of p u re and honest lo v e" blessed by n ia rrla g e, an d th e super- excellence of v irg in ity which s d ed ic ated to unique, absolute an d divine love" a referen ce n p a rtic u la r to perso n s who ta k e up the religious life.... C ontraception, abortion, m a rita l infidelity and divorce a re d eg rad in g m an, h e said; and sensuril pleasure d riv es som e m en into a sea rch for d ru g s. O ne cannot overlook the fact th a t our society s sin k in g tow ard the d ep th s, sliding downhlu on so-called freedom of senses an d m o ra ls, he said. T W N F A L L S - T h e R e v. H e r b e r t E. M o r r i s, p a s t o r o f t h e F i r s t U n ite d M e t h o d i s t D i u r c h, q. t h e n e w p r e s i d e n t o f t h e T w i n F o l i a M l n i s l c r l a l A s s o c ia t io n.... O t h e r,o f f l c c c y e le c tc d _ U ) ls _ w M k -B r o t h e. R c y R o b e r t V a n N e s t, p a s t o r o f th e F i r s t U n i t e d P r e s b y t e r i a n C h u r c h ; v ic e p r e s i d e n t ; the" R e v. J a m e s K e e f e. K i m b e r l y C h r i s t i a n C h u r c h, a e c r c t a r y v a n d - t h c R c v. X m U c-c. B r o w n, p a s t o r o f tlio V a l lo y C lir lb tl a n C h is rch.-tfo flb U i c r r j.. T h e a s s o c i a t i o n d is c u s s e d t h e p o s s i b i l i t y.o f a c o u n s e l i n g c l i n i c a n d c o r e o f t r a n s i e n t s d u r i n g t h e m e e t i n g. LDS Church refutes ndian criticism Society at tho cla ss, an d en ro llm en t is still open for in tere ste d persons. M rs. H a r r e ll T h o rn e, in s tr u c to r, said7 religious ten e t hebonlsm. T he d istrrct a ttd rn e y s office arg u ed th at it w a sn t a ch u rch, if was a topless bar. operating Z o n e a l l y ( p n i g l i t TW N KALl-S A zone ra lly will be conducted a t the Bible. M issionary C hurch, 435 M onroe St,, a t 7:45 p.m tonight. R e ir-h tn rc i h*usll*r, liiuiiull, win be the special sp ea k er. Service delayed and SALT LAKE CTY (U P ) - T he M bcm oh C hiirch sa y s crlti- clsm of its ndian p ro g ram s for not c o o p tra tin g wi.th ndion self*help groups s unfounded. W ere h e re to help and we help in an y w ay we c a n," said aarcn ce Bishop Wedifosdoy.. tion w ould m ove its offices * from S a il W k d a t y t o D c n v o r- because of uncooperotiveness and unresponlvencss it m et n Utah. H e crlu clicd th e church, th e, U tah C om m issioner of ndian -i A ffairs, and th c U niversity of B lflh t J, a s s o c i a t e d i r e c t o r o f.. U t a h s n d i a n A l c o h o lis m T V ain* th e c h u r c h s s o c i a l s e r v i c e s d e - n g C e n t e r f o r f a i l i n g t o c o o p e r - School -- each school d ay lows-ogalnst-lewd-conduct: m o r n i n g, a t 7 :2 5 a. m. a t t h e T h e d i s t r i c t _ a t t o m o y _ W o n. C h u r c h. T t f o r T t u d y is t h e - n r i v e - p " e r s o n s p l e a d e d g u i l t y N e w t e s t a m e n t. M o n d a y o n m i s d e m e a n o r : T W N F A L j S T l i e S p e c l a r i w o p u p p e t s -. B o o m e r F a i t h A s s e m b l y o f G o d C l iu r c h E r d l t h. a -! /...«. h «.-...o m eetings announced n la s t. Miss P aris and Boomer have rtnienrandt iead "oftndian ate wtth"hls Vonmirsalon. wee k s paper have been appeared------oil tetelalm L a.<,p,om srs8yrte -know rof-no B ut-hertald -thw noli) -reo» fr po-stponcd because of a cor program s such as Hollywood organiiauon which has put the commission had docldod to...p >n, Hocus P ocus, R om per m ore nto helping the ndians s e t up ts nau onal headquarters p e r e w 11 be special music tor The m eetings will begin Room and others. than the Church of Jesus Christ here n tho beginning wna tho the secvlci;. SunjayjMrunUi!2hepJJ0_..The_mcetihgs-wiU-be8ln-«tJ_t, Tlie pubhc s mvited to the with tho evangelistic team of p.m. each evening e jc e p t UnfortunaWy, thougli, we to hilp thelndlan. = A U = r T h e : ( f c W a r d J! * i J! S aturday, an d tlie pubuc s an t a lw o p h c lp n the way Thov lust failed to co o p e j L D S R e l i e f S o c l % h e l d a n a ll- s p i n i u a l r e f r e s e n r r. l ] n n d y P a r i s. - L y l c S t r o t c h - a n d w e l c o m e v. - - d a y w o r k m e e t i n g " a n d w a r d c o n f e r e n c e T u esd ay W o r k ; a c t i v i t l M f o r t h e d a y w ark mjet Time for J\ ing riiikuliii ncluded quilting, em b roidery an d c r o c h e tin g. T he lo m e m a k ln g le s s o n on. [Savings" w as p re sen ted by Sr-Jesse-U oyd: M rs. U o y d an d M rs. H arold D u rfe e s e r v e d th e p o tlu c k lunch. P rayers were given by Am erican Lutherans set natignal m eet O ct they w a n t u s to," h e added. Bishop w as responding to h eavy criticism of ch u rch progra m s by a spokesm an for. tho A m ericanlndianc om m lssionon Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. M ichael-j. R aym ond, a counselor for th e com m ission, said e a rlier hisweekth-eorganlzaa t e p e r i o d. " s a i d R m o n d. B i s h o p s a i d - t h o c o m m i u i o n - h a d o n ly m a d e o n e r o q u D s t o f t h e c h u r c h t h a t t h e l p th e c o m m i s s i o n l o c a t e q u a r t e r s f o r a n a l c o h o l i c r e h a b i l i t a t i o n c e n t e r. D ries and m ouu iw ash, uto d ry cheesecake lo r b re a k fa st, ynd h ad to let dishes pile up n th e sink. h e y could now do nothing r t t r ve often thought th e re s a w onderful bond betw een the young and tlie old U hat so- called generation gap seem s to d ls a p p e uiiiun yuu Skip u generation.) The young and old a re ever learning from each other pcrhnp,s because we ahure a m u tu a l re s p e c t you d o n t alw ays find between p aren t and child. Y oungsters rebel against th eir piirents generation not ours.. T e s t i f y i n g. - t o - i h o - b o f l d b o t y o u n g w o m a n w r l t e a. " s a i d ween us a r e constant new s h e llo b u t he gonored m e jind sto ries of young people doing w alked to -o u r fr o n td o o r to Y.olunteer w o rk in nm ;il»lg_ ad d ress m y husb&nd, a i n g n hom es, w ith elderly patients, a strong E u ro p ean ac ce n t T * v e p e rs o n a lly seen d eep c o u ld u se o u r w a te r. M y r1nit-\ Tlielr a re a happens to hav e a larg e U krainian population fa rm e rs an d year-ro u h d ers who g en erally keep to them selves. My young frie n d s h ad n ev er m et Uieir neighbors. " w as sitting outside w hen a frail elderly m a n suddenly app ea red c arry in g a bu c k e t," th e l e c t u r e t o n i g h t and Mrs. Them Wm-d, work will be held in the Minneapolis. Among the Suest.speakers general secretary, a position d ir e c to r. c o n d u c te d th e au d ito riu m O ct will bo th e R ev. D r. R o b ert aow held by Arnold M ickolson, lecturo nn th e n ih lo r tt /in Vou V n ri nroam i.nl,..k, looturo on th e su b ject Can YOU M N N E A P O L S T h e s i x t h. f i r s t vhijl)- p r e s i d e n t o f t h e. B i r g i t B l r k e l a n d.., w l U b o a M r s. A r t h u r T a y l o r a n d M r s. H. b i e n n i a l c o n v e n t i o n o f t h e j i t h c r a n W o r ld F e d e r a t i o n a n d n o m i n e e f o r n a t i o n a l o f f i c e e ; K in g. A m e r i c a n L u t h e r a n. C h u r c h, 2.5 g e n e r a l s e c r e t a r y o f t h e n - n t h e A L C. S h e is a m o n g f iv e M r s F l o v d K n l n h t o r e s l d e n t. n ilu lo n m e m b e r d e n o m i n a t i o n, d o n e s l a n C o u n c il o f C h u r c h e s, n o m i n e e s f o r t h e o f f i c e o f - _ V. J, U r.la 1» *M A m e e t i n g. V i s i t i n g sta k e o7(lcers - K n u t d o n, M o m w ere M rs. W allace B a k e r. M rs. p re sid e n t, will presid e for the Albert Glllmorft, M rs. Denton first time. D arrln g lo n, M rs. t?loyd W est, D r. K nutson, elected to a slx- M rs. H elen H ess, M r s. G e n e - y o «r - t o r m i n ,w lllro p o rto n Baxter and M rs. Jay Cottle. bis first biennium noffice and. N ew -Y ork, p re sid e n t L u th eran C hurch n offer a p lan for re stru ctu rin g th e n a tio n al offices as a m ean s.,, -,, u n UJK BUUJtXl who is a nominee for reelectlon simply T rust? " at 8 p.m. today to a s e c o n d s lx -y e a r te rm. O ther Q,L e ry Junior High nominees are the Rov, A J,. H ock,.0 S. P a u l; th e R ev. x h e public U nvited to h e a r Victor Luetzow, of Alphena, (he in ternationally known M ich., and_ the R ev. E ugene ( rm e r a c to r w ho le ft a successful c a re e r in TV and of the Am erica; the Rev. Dr. J. A. 0. P re u s, St. Louis, p re sid e n t of tho - L u th e r a n C h u rc h Missouri Synod; and M rs. s Stair, Milwaukee, m m ediate Teterson, of Baldwin. Wls p a strm o d e ra to r-o f. Uio U nited T he proposed re stru c tu rin g of fiiii7 tq*dfivolo7iill timfi \ f i CC irk n n r V m ission of the;alc P re sb y te ria n,c hurch. U.S.A. the nau onal offlcos, o ffered by hcniind m in istrv of rh H o h n n can. be so rv e d. m a re ef- ssu e s of so cial co n c ern Dr. K nutson nt-tho-rc (iucflt-of fe c tiv e ly." s c h e d u le d fo r c o n s id e r a tio n iho converttlon, w ill provide T he conyentjon, consisting of include w om en n c h u rc h and for flvo g en eral b onrds, th ree. 1,000 v o tin g d e le g a te s society, eq u a l opportunity for c e n tra l acrvlco b o ard s, a n d flvo oprcacntlne the church s _ auollty -_ educallon.._ p (iaco_ = -standing committooa to roploco - he_ H V j f l H J U i n c o n g r e g a tio n s, a n d s e v e r a l Justice - an d H um an-rlghts, 20 enu tlng unita dealing with hundred advisory m em bers, capital punishm ent, par - program m atic, admlnlstrfltivo lifilisp eak CHURCH OF THE.UNTED BRETHREN N CHRST Rov. M. W lo y S kin n e r Pattor» Sunday School 9:45 A.M.» W o r s h i p 11:00 A.M. Ev«nirt0 8:00 P.M. W «d n # «d a y Pfoytr M * «llng 0:00 P.M r3rdAve.t«l _ G O O D tn G - M r s. A n g e l l n e g u e s t a a n d v i s i t o r s, w i l l d e a l n o g r a p h y a n d o b a c o n l t y, a m - a n d a a r v l c e f W t l n n u M n - t h a h a l t c e n t u f y a g c - g o p.. f a i l u r e. y e 3, * k n o w, h o a a l t j, B u t h e r e s a t r u e s t o r y t h a t s b m y o u h a v e w a t e r. Y o u d o, r e a l l y d i f f e r e n t a n d n t s o w n y o u h a v e a n a t u r a l s p r f n F W o w a y. d e lig l) tf u l. A y o u n g f r i e n d r e l a t e d it to i n e n. a. r e c e n t c U e r. S h e a n d s p e a k o l a m l a a l o n a r y s e r v i c e a t - c o n c e r n s, w i l l c l o c t a s e c r e t a r y ; 8 p. m. u e s d a y a t t h o G o o d i n g - d o a l w i t h i n t o r c h u r c h A s s e m b l y o f G o d C h u r c h.. r e l a t i o n s h i p s i n c l u d i n g n e x t, M r s. T u c k e r, w h o s o h u s b a n d s t e p s t o w a r d " L u t h e r a n U n i t y. " w a s m u r d e r e d n t h o C o n g o n a n d c o n s i d e r r e p o r t s a n d \ m, w lu r o t u m t h e r e f o r r c c o m m o n d o t l o n s f r o m s t a r e d a t e a c h o th e r, astonished. He said. ve been getting w a te r h e re lo r tw en ty, h e r h u s b a n d ( o p r o f e s s i o n a l y e a r s. C o m e, d s h o w y o u. m i s s i o n a r y a p p o i n t m e n t. T l i d n u m e r o u s f u n c t i o n i n g u n i t s o f c o u p l e n - h e l r m l d - t w e r i t i e s ) p a s t f e w y e a r s s h e h a s s e r v e d n t h o c h u r c h, r e n t e d o s e c l u d e d s u m m e r., H e w a l k e d u s. t o t l l f i t h e w o m e n s m i s s i o n a r y c o u n c i l C o n v e n t i o n t h e m e B o A l i v e " h o u M l i u t h c - j i l Q u n t f l l n s _ w l t h l _ w a i o r f l h ( H l, _ g Q L j l p j f f i L O i L _ h l 8 _ l n - S p r l r i B n o O u t. h a f l. c e f l l f f n o r t _ w l l l b o t h e s u b j e c t o f t h e c o n - a iy o th e r y o u n g c o u p le A U c ity - k n e e s. - t o o k d f f h i s J a c k e t { h e to r e t u r n t o A f r i c a. y n t f Q n s o p e n i n g s e r m o n, l o b e - b o m - a n d r o l B o d, - t h e y - w o r o - w a > - w e a r i n g, h l s - S u n d a y. R o v. p a * t o P T - p r o a c h e d - > t l i o - R o v f - - l > F rit #i1 A l h A S n~nf/l n l A i r J A f l R W l o t z k O X C C U t l V e d i r e c t o r o f t h o A L C s B o a r d o f.. T l i M l o g l c l j r E a u c a l l S i r F u r t h o r d e v e l o p m e n t o f t h o t h o m o w ill f o llo w..... A p u b l i c w o r s h i p l e r v l c e, w i t h a t t e n d n n n o l V i e t n a m w a r. n i e J R o v. D r. n a v i d - W. B r e u s., M i n n e a p o l i s, A L C v i c e p r e s i d e n t, w ill s p e a k o n " T l i e, C o n g r e g a t i o n, t s M i s s i o n, a n d h o l c v! A r d k n G. D o m o l L a w r e n c e, K a n., w i l l s p e a k o n T lio C o n g r o g a t l o g, l b L i f e. " F o r. t h o f i r s t t i m e a.v v o m a n.. c! t c l l l! d. _ i l t l h o.._ T f le a o f - c l o l l i e s ) - n n d 7 «n c h e d i n t o t i l l s a i d t h e p u b l i c s i n v i t e d. " r o u g h i n g t. t h e b u c k e t. O o r h u s b a n d s r l i O n o m o r n i n g o u t t h e r e, t o d o t f o r h i m h o w o u l d n t t h e y o u n g " m o d e r n s a w o k e p o n n l l t l t o f i n d t h e y h a d n o, o l o c - " W h il e h o w «r k o d, t o t t e r i n g j i t r l c i t y : l i g h t s, w a t e r, t o i l e t - b i t, s o v e r a l c h l l d r d n h U i S l c i v ic n c lie r.s * n n n i c d n o l h l n g - w o r k o d, * l a r r o o d, * g r a n d c l l l l d r (! n _ C B m e _ w l t h a i O S l O N E J l h r e o h n w _ i m : j n l ) c! n n t o d a t t t h e y r a n t o c h o o k llio f u j u s m o r t. b i i c k e t a. H e flu cu c a.. t o a c h e r t l i a v o b o o n n a m e d lo r l» p l a n n e d f o r i S i in ik v - ii w h llp o n o h u s b a n d h u r r i e d l y T r o v e - t o o n e a r b r m n r l t 6 t f o r p i n c t! M i i l h o l i w i u n t f j n t n y i i h e l p. H e l o a m e d t l i a t o y p r y b o d y - h o d o e m t c o n t U t o r l ( p r o p e r n t h o a r e a w a s a v l< k im o f a f o r a m a n t o c o n d u c t t o l n o u w i U m - w o m o n t l i a. l s w iiy l i a - h a d - t m i o r w l - n i s " T l i o y ( o ld u s h o s 88 a n d s t U l e S u n d a y s i o o l a n d p r i m a r y e v e n a. O c t. 8,- w iic in t h e l U y.... o f U i o " S i T n 7 T D S " C l i u f c h n D r. S o r l t u a 13. A. N a b a b a n, S i sudden powep-failuro* J l i B i e w a i l i a d i l t l i - W a s i i n - - T h o y a r o M r s. L a w r e n c e D j a k a r t a, - n d o n e s i a, ; w i l l iiiird Q o n a n d M t a _ M B r g u o r o t t» - p f «i i c h r D r r N i i t a b i i i n r i i B T ) c o a. AlunlerSundllMiwbm diae i a r l b o d r i - - : h e o lo g l First Christian Church 601 Shoihonc St. Narih - RAY JONK. MNSTER B lb l,s,h o o l.. f : 4S p.,: W o iih lp. V, llio O a.m,. ( u n i i m J. n / l n /.OO p.m l l l l. n 10 HadlaKUX frjo a.m.ju N bats U < Xt*m LYXhm ai... Can C h ristia n ity heal today. CpmclolJiis Christiiin ScienQ,c Lcciiire Con You :S im p ly T r u st b /A fo n V o u n O R e m a m b e re d o r h i t, -JL M U e r-e d l T a 8 v l i i o n _,_ ih o w, w ill ip s o k ot,.. _ L?. M * - T O N U i H T r ~ T SUNDAY: -v-sor\rs«hooh - r-trr T 7 W o M h lp....l l i O O A.M, Y o u ll) M t., P.M. C o i p i l H o u i P.M. fniu r\ii\ T a S O R l A M A N C fy fo youth & fam ily, F t n U c o U o l ftlnilorian, p ir H u b l.w iir o r ta r y p to Q ra m m id, T h i church o[ " R E V l A t T M E " o n d C M. W a r d h «a td KF K C Sunday ol 9 ; 0 U.M..., C a ll a r 7 3 S Traniparloliftn. FR $T A S S E M B L Y O F G O D N. locuil li Shsup Aval-E. Twin M il, daho.unilonoiplnational yisunliaicd:, P B!k «.r«mpi«jhnf»urie5uiii!i!,bym Jlimt tliiie.lludr - biy n NtM.- Al Yiur C«iv(iil(in, rirt Wiy An AMfnibirililrf ClmrtliilClirlil.- "... Addrcng..-.-,

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He blrdled four of x e T revino, who birdlcd thc. those holes and fifiishcd w ithout sano Uiree holca a s Dbm an on -a -b o g o y r th c-b n c k -n ln e. T alking about the close Trevino, ho sccoid-leadlng m issea, B em an quipped, f m oney-w lnner on tlie p ro tour youd hav e given m e an o th e r this y ear, auld, need the foot today, J would nave ahoi fcju.wo. n n uilflng jrtfntjiiiron about 56/ - > next week. B em an w ent four, under p ar O iuck Tliorpc, a 25-yeuar-old {t the 12th.hQ[e-aitLft-2fcfQQt-. black from Dot.rolt, shot a G8*to p u tt for 0 m rdle. On Uie m il he lipd third p lace behind B e m a n f i r t r n n s i t r t and T rev in o,t h o rp e, rocqver- ng from a two week, bout witii Rams try to reverse early mark - X )S. A N G ELES J U n ij.= H u i_ the flii, daid,. "F o r the first eight holes t w a s raining p re tty hard, but h a d a good d ay of putting. The ra in d idnt botlier m e. risk title tonight. l l o i n c l o u i i. f a v o r i t e K E tll W LKNS of o d i n g d ib pjayi_u jt ccqnorall which lic.bu* BoU c. Wllklim will provide tkc hom etow n fa v o rite role. Sunday d u rin g ro c c s a t Gooding C ounty n tern atio n al R acew ay. T ria ls a r c set J r o m j i h M j i ntzilllpjnzitlu Qlniliiatlolii going from 3 to 7 p.m. AMA unit claim s cross body block should be elim inated, S e p te m b e r 1 6 lh a n d r_ ru n s through Seteipbor 24th in tho M agic Volloy Region. Dolly bag lim it is Uu-ee blrda and six n possession attor tu rd ay. F o r those people, who llko to hunt Sage Q rouse ta the Salm on T lo o n wkilo doing soipo a n -W fi-had-a. good buildup of grouse n Ui6 nte GO*s because = 0 wel"cyclbtfr h~pf6vrdod oponi19o n - good brood roaring.condiu ona. How ever, in 1070 an d 1071 there w as a cold, w et period during the p eak hatc h in g period bi ea rly Juno w hich c u t into the survival of th e young n Areas south of Uie S nake R iver. t did not affect th e a re a s north of e SiaV e U lver b any degree ST. LOUS,- Mo. ( U P D - D onno.bcm on, putting for six " birdieson-lhe-sorby-rpconfl-of- telope h u nting, th e p o p u la tio n s Hunting continued oood o n lh p m k - s tiih li r ii n d - t K n n m t l n g n o rth s id e a n d d ro p p e d shoi)ld b<rgood. somewhat on the south side for H unterintraglitrtiucstion-w hy life p-nal fw o y e a rs because ho Fish and Gaino Departm ent tlicre was a large carryover :C0H U nilism au ow 3luntiliaynqB i==?f5sah e=eisoraw a r e a wlui a low Sage G rouse G rouse live som ew hat longer population buch -,as Slioshone than m ost upland gam e birds B asin. S tudies over a n u m b e r of w ith m anysurvivtng to th ree or y e a rs hav e show n th at w euthor - four y ears old. w heroos a th ree cyclesandcondltlons a re im* y e a r old p h e a sa n t is a ra rity. porlant-<!ontolllngjac(ara_diiiiji-sprln8-w»-liad-«-reduccd- S age G rouso, not tho h u n ter. A b re e d in g p o p u la tio n n the study of re tu rn s of m a r W SliosHono D asln-b row ns Bench bird s by h u n ters n Uv. W? s tc rn n re n b u ljrp d u c tlo n.w a s p re tty " y h ce-areo iw h ictrfih st in lrd t good, ii conditions lo r hw itlng th e g re a te r poncentrations of continue good n ex t y e a r, this, h u n te rs in, d a h o ) re v e a le d population should b e g in to n - - a b o u t- a pop-ocnt- h a rv e st. croaso ag ain. ince th ere s d natural Hunters oftentim es relate the X S n, A " r a f a l t r a g e T M p e r ccnt-ojch y e a r, w h eth er o r not hunting s allowed,, the hunter s only taking ibdut one- hunting spot, P «rhcular m oaflote third of the 30 p er cent purplus. f v ary widely. f a... \ufit n/ir nri n/>/iipo (iiaf nplap tn CHCAGO ( U P ) - A n Am erl- m aneuver Jor, m ost football tor. Tim Crag, secretary of "vnllable ond not controlling X co T ek nd Behind... the thr<!e. leadcrs was,los ANGELES (U PD -la can M edical Association com - players, particularly n despera- Uie com m ittee, said the grea- *> all populatlon. Another a mlnl-flold of,six golfers, Ken confident and. m ore m ature m lttee said Thursday the cross- Uon e ffo rts., l5?l JnJuJX.poU uitial-ifrom - * Pl f ho effoctof h u n t l n g - " X. Still Chi Chi R odriguez, Bob. PUlf W orld body block should be e lim in a te d n th e,crdss=bodjr-blockr the below.tho-w nlst blocks is down- in tho mld-60 s when L J nvaflablo to the,, lk v - T ) 5srQ lcn z " B cn K cn r * S *8hlwelpht title -o n downfleld blockhigto lessen blocker throws his body acrojs Held, "because or tlio great bunting for Sage Grouso was ih i th only onp of six exhibition starts, and Hubert G reen, tied a t G7, Q e C hango, 23. n Chis armfirst o n a oyear f M exico on n T he AMA C om m ittee m on_ Uie below his populoilon s do but in reauty w aist som lin uiu etimuciuw es me lan wuiai auiiiciuiiua y e ol me scrlnunobc uie uingje 01 me scrim m oae» * a it it 3 juji mnri.,orc HUnnrqpH dispersed so the rate os solid avor tes n their d, ( ur, adm itted that his ouwm t bout a t M emorial M edical Aspects of.sporu said directly at his knees, the players dont hove enough open west of there, to N alional Foo bull Lenguo. n r - n h - n r n F C q l l s e u m , _. - _. - _ t h o dow nflold c r o s B - b o d y ::_ b lo c k _ iie te «o n c - th o - c o n H n U lo o ;- r o o m - to.b e t.u p,to,j u ll- s te a m,i! -» U h e g to JL":; L hnnr er nonlnsi ag ain st the ihn Now New Onriiiiin rleans [j ij, rsity of, m o s, Uio prldo of norby reaches l(s m ost dangerous said, found ikot 5.1 per cent of Craig sat a tfireljsit SeitSer d c l l n e grouse-populatlons S aints Sunday. 1 1 OreKon m ay hav e heldcd h im Long B cac h ; first, won t h e litle fo rm b y kick co v e rag e a n d k ick all se rio u s knee in ju ries w ere, o n u n itte e, headed by D r. Alex (d u e to drought conditions) an d The F ish a n d G am e D e p artm e n t will "be o r a tin g sever O ddsm akers have.i,b sodden Droimd.in loco a t th e a g e of 20, lost it re tu r n unitd suicide s q u a d s. ca u sed by the m an e u v er, an d Jlach u n of th aca, N.Y.r-m ay llsc o n tip u in g h u n tin g d id n t tlie R am s a s 11-poinl choices in u u i yruunu.,.i ;._ij _....u i. V An to sm ae l L ag u n a tho following T he c o m m itte e M id n a - w h e n only contact n J u r ie r w r r fonnnilzc-thcrt C C om m ehdation P revent th is from happening on ch eck in g statio n s 7 h the M a i j e o r and then fo u g h t, th re e sta te m e n t th a t football ru le s co n sid ered e lim in atin g c a u ses a t its next m ee tin g, n the east side, Valley Region Oils.year. controversial bouts with Pedro should be chaijged to re q u ire i such as strain s from sudden Cinclnniitl n late N ovem ber. n re m a tc h w ith Die team which edged tlie m, 2 i*20 n last seuson s opening t;amc. think w ere better pre* p ared to puiy," said R am C oach Tom m y Protliro. "T he players know m ore w hat Uieyre doing now than last season. And we know m ore w hat tfisy t a n do. "T hey a r e w ay ahead on - knowing- assig n m en ts, W eve indjhn, also put jn m ore plays on cuvti.ria offense and defense and w orked i > n v e r s n i p l i i i l i i l r t. s i l l!.> M LW AUKEE ( U P l ) - A wild Uirow by c a tc h e r G urry M oses wlui tho bases loaded n th e 15Ui nning allow ed Cieorge Scott to score T lm rsday n ig h t for a 4-3 M ilw aukee B rew er victory over the C leveland -C o rrase< M )f-a ln : th o tilw o Hiloeklng-lo-be d ire c tlo n -c h a n g e s w ithtrat-ac-- The present bout was sane- done above the waist. t said tual conc actthe figure rose to UonOd by the WBC only on the " niedical sentim ent for a 70 per-cent, condition the winner would change hos been growing since ihie com m ittee said a rules m eet Carrasco. a University of Michigan study change by the Notional Colle- C onsidcred a playboy w hen w a s p u blished about two y e a rs g iate A thletic A ssociation in he first won the crown, Ram os ago in the Journal of the effect last season reportedly w as re p o rte d to hav e w orked A m eric an M edical A ssociation, re d u ced knee - in ju ries by hard n prep aratio n for the _ n that study, Dr. Thom as R. m aking llegal the crack- When having any kind of m a jo r re p a irs done to your hum e gel th ree e stim a te s iind Judge for y m itie lf w hich p rice is tlie l)esl b\iy for you considering quality and reputation of tjie re p a irm a n. t s a good idea to check r_eferences, c u t-rc n l-d efe n se o g o ln at th e P elersori,a"north o p c d lc su rg eo n b a c k b lo ck in w hich an end too from person who have M exican cham pion an d w a s a 7- a n d " a n in s tr u c to r, a t tjie o r~ b ack - re tu rn s to Uie used liie re p a irm a n. He m ay 5 fa v o rite to re ta in th e title.. M ichigan m edical school, said s c rim m a g e a re a from down- ju st give you th e n a m e s of R flm o sb ig g e st p ro b lem h a s m an y co ach es "feel th a t th e field an d blocks below the Diree re la tiv e s o r bogus.custo- hard er with the special te a m s.- i " also think we have m ore been making the l35-t>o,und alm s of cross-body blocking can waist. m ers, but it s worth a try. depth than last y ear.-w e can tsjniti ooom.., ct lim it, but m a n p g c t Ja c k ie be ac co m p lish e d by o th er talk about all U»e njuries w ev e evluau ui Hr?"u» ii; iof? McCoy re p o rtcd fl wcok ogg hg m c a n s,a n d do not te a c h this had this season but last year at.1_.1... Chrtrtium.hio?u cr"uo)i. tsjo w as only.two pounds o v er and m eth o d. th is tim e w e had a w ounded Jon.-wr. sr c(" u ol o ik o c r e- tho sam e At the early high school quarterback ( Roman Q abriel) Tovlrr nirr r( ri WOO ftifrii.ki.»0 0 troublc hc en c o u n tcrc d p rio r to level, how e v e r, the cross-body, H ow ever,.g aby ici; an ll-y e a r t / M 7? p.,!t?o the C arrasco fights. block is ta u g h t routinely, a n d it v ete ran who h as com pleted "cm* n J 0 j 1? Thccham pion has a record of bccones an nstinctive 1,540 4)asses for *20,196 yards!nionp 0 0 0% m, o o W.w lns, four lo sse s and one no and 142 touchdowns n. his pro,m,iarniam igrihiqm p sirp.,rn%n d dccision vvhllc Carm ona s m ark strjowjvhab-a-«or-«-knooi itin - - "» i M 1 r a u u j B n j T l9 * 4 0 l T lje -M e jd e a n -jc h a llt rie suffem d the.bruised knee ci.viimd fights V «-d u rin g -th e -p rc scaso n sch e d u le " M!iw»gk.r ooo >o.. OuHy Thin>l).»H knockouts while R am o s h a s 20 w U i s f o r ( h l o Moick but is expected to s ta r t a g a in st oi> c Miltt.lukpp 3.OB knockouts. Now O rleans, w hich (ailed fo scom «uk(t ] lukv. H NiPk. tran.i R am os h a s said ho co n sid ers win a gam e n a half dozen exhibition events. C a rm o n a th e toughest opponent in th e lightw eight d iv isio n : UCLA pits reputation on Pill X)S ANG ELES ( U P ) - N a - tional attention ce n ters on S ijlurday s gam e betw een U C J\ and P ittsb u rg h for?om e ndicatlun w hetlier th e B ruins are "for re a l" a fte r tlieir upset victory :ovor Nobriifika last.*iek en<l The U C L \ football tea m at d eparture tim e today for P ittsburgh w as rep o rted in lop physical conditluni even belter than w a.s,for the N ebraska gitmo in wiiicti Uic Cornhuskors, ra te d No, 1 in Uic nation before the sta rt of play, w ere edged Senior fullback Randy T yler, who.itad m issed Uie Nebritska gom.ct-uias_oa_iho-lr4jv ou nih replaced him in llie opener, w as schetluled to sta rt agaitist the P anthers. Although Ute antliers w ere beaten 19*7 by Florida State in tlioir.oponcr, P ittsburgh out- rushed the Semifioles and had m ore first downs bul had difficulty containing the passing. By United P ress nternational Bob Mope and R am on H ern an d ez com bined for- a th re e -h itte r a n d the P ittsb u rg h.viiol.s b l a n k P ir a te s b ack ed tliem w ith 15 H ailof h its to d efeat th e C hicago Cubs _& :_T hursday_and.xeduce_theit pennant-clinching "m agic num ANAHEM (U P U -S o u tlip a w b e r " in the N ational eaguc Clyde W right lim ited T exas to fante boss E ast to tliree. -tw o singles and helped his owf> T he v icto ry, P ittsb u rtjh s 15 ca u se by doubling in tw o ru n s in ts la st 17 g a m e s, boosted ts in tlie fourth inning a s tlu* protests le a d o v er the secohd p lace Cubs C alifornia A ngels blanked the to 15 g a m e s an d g av e th em a &- Rangers 4-0 Thursday night. N EW YORK (U P D - T h e 0 season sw eep n C hicago, the W right hud a no-hllter for 5 1- pre sid e n t of th e N ational first tim e the Cubs ever have h v nnings befo re Joe l.ovltto Football Foundation an d H all of ijeen sw ept n a season se rie s broke up w ith ji single. T he F a m e said T h u rsd a y night th a t a t hom e, only other hjt w as a leadoff he w as " g re a tly d istu rb e d by single by Ted Ford in the nlnui,» story n the Wall Street J}uUiii.WHS duubled up «n a hne Jo u rn a l w hich questioned the d riv e out. roundiil5ns~hb ndling o f its T«nai finances. Hiltingt c J 0 0 a «4aM.ird Hjrrali Olivrr D Mrlii>r> ) MkMuKn lliillhrr lu C.irorx.it M/irrli 70 J Sl.tnloo rl HfOUcffl Wfigot.p } f.tui l f llrodou P.Jlttltr.,. _ Wnuiil W 1*9 )f 0 } e Toi<i» c u r b s c o u c h K i n t o A1 O liver doubled an d sco red th e f ir s t ru n on M anny S o n g u illcn s.,twq:put_ sinb!c. 4n th e sixth, f lic P ira te s got th eir o th e r tw o ru n s in the sev e n th. T he W a lis tre e t Jo u rn a l sto ry on singles by R ennie S te n n ett sold th at th e F oundation hod a n d R oberto C lem onte. re ceiv e d ab o u t $6<illion n O donations but currently h a d. 0 only 12-mlllion n asse ts even iva j o r.o a g u e though a proposed co n stru ctio n < of n H nll of F n m o h a s not been - h c iic le fs J s ta rte d. * " F ir s t, lldnt. understiihd t tho _pufposo. purpoflo ol tho- s wngh.. Cgfuc..v u io o th c r - i a d e s lg n c d L tq,. * V " *) J your re ad ers, r to } c re o tc the m preaslon of som e. 0 0 i~?~w ronb doingin o rd e r - to - l}«4s1 dam age to tho Foundation, ua in no said foundotlon presid en t Hro.Vr s ]* G eorge L. M urphy n a le tte r to E d w a rd R. 0 )n y, ex ecu tiv e,, m l?i /, e d ito r- of th e W nll S tr e e t o\*kn, c"* Journal. T he..dek headline \t inl«lli. KC ; lll.tol V M ot-cnrrhuff. ;. - llk E C H A m.e 5; l a ; ( U P i r M o st f-th e $JT» -, -. -B otlrucla and Pitt m e tlior -M en ceser State tm versllv nannlo<1 n ttnll a AA*U CK, - K ihated tor a Hall of Fam e tj 144 wishbohvform ation this"\iea9on head b ask etb all Coach Bill HasBofen S pent E lse w h e re s M«ybrrr\ ] } ] 111.2t«i}i 4]o S4 i7r m - so "Coach Pepper Rodgers of Relgel has been placed on n com plete error. According Mom* to, Rum NAtlonol Lrooue ColDerl. SD V ; UCLA felt Uiatexecutlon w as ndefinite p ro b a tio n bectouso. oul* au d ito rs, o u r fin an c es,, ch, - - cm... Stfli - Uie prim nry problem. and -.ty/o freshmen players on his.bqoka, records and tax state - o Aiiin cm «worked his team at smootlung team had stand*lna take-their mentfl are n good order/* Mor«r. ny KiiiffDrtw, Minn 74* out ts offense w h ic lrfe a tu re s c o lle g e en tra n ce oxom inatlons.,a t- th e end of a 8 lx * p o g o p jacuwn, 0*1..» Uie running of.halfbocka J a m o s _ R c lg o l-w a s -u n o v a llo b lo foi* ain g le p a ccd le tte r of re b u tta l, cm loj M ca llstc r a n d K erm t Johsnon. com m ent..m urphy s o ld,. n clo sin g, m a y coib.r so oj, ma, Sif*ifnon»i who were prep school team * Tho McNeeso University Pa - th at y o u r article has Am#fic-m te.oue _ Alltn. cm... im... m a te s also in P asad e n o, C alif, culty A thletlc.c qinm lttoe action caused w ide-spread-confuaion Ml* tv. Powtll. U r a i d l8 o "ls~ j;. anxious ~ to ia - TTiursday"caflio*oh w e e k jf t lmlin j.m/ l UtV»llllinilAi«afbniTlrtrt~Tt iiia«*rin U n d PiUhini m til vlrt»r»#i> it in k e n ip -fo r trlf O flsn o a tlim iih irx U ilo llc C o m jn lsslo n -, a sh a m e th a t su c h a n ill NAlionai > a o u f C*rilon. Miii } ] «; rp itv la s h w m ro n i n - t h i f i r T r p M r f i r " * tu id ippm p o n s lb lf r oamto Which s ta H a e n tire. Cowboys basktbtball story, bosed on half truths, soflbon for the.bruins.,, squodonono.yoarprobation/. ahouwhnvebocnpubliod." 2» 110 t) 111 7T Ottccn, LA «nd GiDlon, S L. t 10 LOUS GOLDSM TH SUTS AND. - i -. SPORT C O A TS ARE TALORED OF O O % D A C R O N \ POLYESTER DOUQLE-KNTS AflD D O U D E K N T S O F - O P E N r A L L D A Y S A T U R D A Y O H V O M t l, ) N ( ; N K i : i ) S P L K N T Y O l U K v P A R K N G T 1V 1 \ F / \ L L S E X C T E M E N T, T S N O T O R D N A R Y... TS LO U S fio i n<;mith<; N EW D O U B LE K N T SUT EXCUSVELY AT"ROPERS,. TS NEW AND N O W. TS NEW DOUBLEKNT FASHON TO THE THRD DM ENSON. CHECKS, GEOM ETRCS, TAPESTRES, CHEVRONS, STRPES,.DAG0NA1.S, SOLDS, HERRNGBONES. - -, YO UR ROPES STORE HAS ALL THE NEW LOOKS, N A GREAT ARRAY O f FAL 1972 COORS, ESPECALLY STYLED FOR TH E YO UNa-N BULD. PRCED MOST REASONABLY, O O = H ( t-ouis GOLDSM TH SPORTCOAT SAME GREAT DOUBLE KNT STYLES EXPERT F R E M lt R A H O N S z ix r b u h l T W N FALLS

16 Decline in success seen fo r sage g ro u se season Canadian team drills in Sweden,Frldoy, Soplomber.VS, l97tmot.now?;.twlnf»l(t>ld«ho n- SU clulj told South Dakota tougher team than W yomin..s T O C K H O L M. (U P )-T o a tn PO C A TELLO - - f y o u, aoying SU b o at taolf. G riffin fo r i2 ygyds. T he to tal offense, Conodn hold U a llrs t two Uiought... Wypming wns tough,-cited thirflv... irtahibloa. Uu-cd ngurea.wcre 425 to-llb. 7i _i ny but wna better than that to satlim lohut!4y-j!!!t!bajtl_wflltjtllyou its* wait ira seesouth SAA r\nlynfrfi Dakota.-intci coplloriiiilaiid-to-yariiji-ln nf tpfinnl n T»lnli# dalio-stata 04n4.»_ ha>-liuuuted-a _ ;th c m 2 aab0 0y M M a am n o ilers a - S n *»»f<* Vor- ponnltlon, nil seeming to come serles or gnmi awards, TOe underway at daybresk dally bag Wlt of hroo bird* n TO s la nothing novr(0 iiroa uasln checmnjliitaiion. no. gnraos million, S D (ollowlnii-sio on crucial third down nliivs "Bonnal ninjor rhi.«l hn(<v nt Saturday and wlu run Uirougb all Magic Valley areas that are hunters," Blake points out, "Wo-jald a couple,three Saturday and Sunday asnlnst Coyotes 3M shellacking of Big HenlsoslnBlodoutUieOS-ynrdfonse or defense) was Rijne Chorlos Dlakc. daho Flah the first day. UiplcanyeorflofuboptOltoM. Qt A peak population, wo had and Gomo. Departmont Dstrimontal weather factors With, brtck-to*bock poor 500 plus coming through Uio biologist, sold the south aide of n Shoshone basin, Brown s reproduction yeors the same station. ts Just matter Magic Valley will be only fair Dench and Hueo Crek areas soutlisido d locking in brood of hovlng the birds. f thtililrda _a t gest and thlfl will Mt«nd during UjeTeproductlve seasotw-atock-lhls year w e lh«ro, Uioro-wUl be-enoughsomowhat nto the Tivoe-Cro4k were fclted by Blako for decllno Blake a dded a cloauro wonn t hunters. f thc pgpulatlons orc_ TountryiirOwyrieo (Jom ilyrito-tinslfas m ujose areas. This deemed necesory since supply w n, the prodsure s dow i." added thenortlisldoareos won t year s nesting a nd-rearing and demand would see tlie BJoko sold there y/ero still i.fhrniigh B6ise State opens seasoit by enterfaining Las Vegas team * Tjiqt ynnr SOBO grouaq-to-be-had n the souui but they will bo.found.on o On th e nortlisido, B loke said hunting should be p re tty good although h o jiu m b ir.o f. hlrda seen tlte p a s t couple of y e a rs w ont bo available. Tlie u su al»»" a j-ro o llo n to n o,s o u U,V o tl; Wyoming klckoff return w h ls rc a rn o tt. ( o 8 5 & TlirooXYowns. * - is Uie opponent for daho State cnmo rlghl-nhcr a Tom Use to n whtft G riffin torniod, o C6och H o rry Slndon nnd his n Ulo Bongalfl hom o-oponcr a t - J im W ltkowaki46-ynrd p a ss hud b r illia n t e f f o r t." T he asslstont John Ferguson put the 7:30 Saturday. put SU in the lead on tliclr flrat aouliomoro scat*back appears 36 ployera Uu ough m oro than-4u.. "South, PflXpta s a tounhcr offenalyo_plfly of the B am c. " f - -t<e. bo. ho hrftnkflw ny running twoibur wofkontr-. _a m 7 th a n Wvomlng." anvs lh o y_h n d n U _iu a -lh o -k lo k o ff-lh ro n H ltn H a m in irliii-lfjm tirw Allarwanla-ainiltn CKprosscd iiialiilsialb Ooijch B o G rlllln i- back, wo would_ have had many yoars from the backllcld. hla sausfacuon wlui Uie team, _ " T h e ir Wlshboiic o/fonso momentum. We cnmo back to "They have had a good presents more problems for ua score again and coul d have had nlghfs sleep and most of them -thnh Wyoming s dldrtliey hove a 14-0 lead.-wlio-toiowa-whnt - avc Mnppened at timt.. Vrtf(rnjhijngG-tKaft-Tvcniimnrgmmi:ari(lBWetorni C K pectods ndonm ld. receivers. Tlielr quarterback,..griffin ly making only one The tea m w as divided n lwo> Tom E nglem nn, con ru n and change n th e atflctlng-lineupr grpiips, tjio first inclujllng-atnr - pahff Qnd wlll-bc-toughcr-to -*>eshm nn-d nve-bcnko-gctshl5 defender Bobby Orr of the defense than W yom ing s first collegiote start nt safety, Boston -B ruins, hod th e ir q u a rte rb a c k s." and. hell have a big te st from good spots again a re expected tn hft hp«t ThnQi. inrli»v fhn bcforo Hoon wlillc the Slnco daho State lost to SmiUi Dakotn ajdngleman, who BOSE, daho A week ago agalnsttheb olsosoncos, w.nnmg-no.0., the U niversity of N evada Las Tlie. Broncos and Rebels will Bois? SJnlc head conch Tony Hold to Hill City, which has been Mmpartaon botwcon South Thc Coyoto, crushed Mon- c.i, Vegaahad.thelr season opening " n i 7?. l Z t Jm - linden sold that it was not D akota_and-4vw ni -d-tana -.tatlbtlcallm d - three- W estern llinois to the tunc o f a suffering from a leg njury, break nto th e -w in colum n, y e a r veteran signal-caller. Ho Boise States- Bronco S tadium expect Uie H ebols to be a very P aw n C reek a re a an d -the score. This S atu rd ay night would play against tlie Swedes. However Griffin says, Wo beat,am assed 246 yards total offense, and coach Bill reland and his physical sp irited and hard - B urm ah-r lchflcld. He said the _ Uic R ebels hope to spoilers n C nrev FU h rro elt nrpn Hhniild m a tte r Will be outsclvos..t a k e Uie scoring com pleting 11 of 18 posses for crew from L as V egas would like hittin g te a m,. ih e ir own right; f h l tlm u i 5 - m S - S T > r «T r - " ---s c t t lc d -n f t e r F r ld o y a -p r o c U 9 o --p la y 8 -o u t -o f.u > e -g t t m to get their season b ac k b n a TheypoasesS -slze, atrerigth be "rauiefmedlocre. gam e between our two groups," you d never know who wpn the times on the option for 00 more. and speed. m -aurc that they ll Overall d say the season Slnden said. -. gam e. A fter seeing the films y,srds ania TD. USD C oach Joe * K give us a g re a t te st n this o u r w illh o tb e n s g o o d o s in p a st few Ambng-tlie sp ectato rs a t the c a n s a y th a t wv m a tc h e d l e m uncovered a fine wide i F O s p t J C l l O r V j O W D O y first g a m e of tlio y e a r," Knap y e a rs but satisfac to ry," ho said. sum med up. Tlio Broncos had a 10-2 record.blake also expects-hunters la st y e a r, counting tlje lr,win n w illj ia v e to g et nto the,.. «1, the Camellia Bowl, andw ere sagebrush this fall.duca o the fo r r e tu r n of s p la n n in g to m e e t w ith -. -?... return looms bright w orkout w as slx-tlm es Russian w orld cham pion coach Boris M ajorov. M ajoroy is here for a E uropean co ach es m eet, which is scheduled tobegln Saturday. M ajbrov w as not prepared to prtia]ct lhe 6utoom e o f W yom ing - p h y s ic a lly. n receiver nam ed D wight Duncom be to com plem ent the g re a t io»ion- Amtrlcin LMOut tundlngt. By Unlltd P rtti inurnallonal Gait w., pet, fl.b. t «7 V44 - U U S3i S7 S) - }» AO iti ) <9 U SO 11] i t i «4»3 1) T e. ] ] t V t. Thuridavi BttuHl MilwAuk»«t Cl*v*l«nd ] 11} nnlngi, tight end Joe T rudeau. td un-. HouMon / *0 SAS Lot Angeie» 71 *S SJ9 U C a p ita l soph.s. com be caught eight for 100 AtjntA «4 li 440 2>> y ards. T rudeau grabbed a n 04- Sdn PfAnciut» «Vi :PXOapecls tor rolurn of s planning >o raeei wiin )» of the paat several days, S.«n Dicoo 1 S 3/J 3J pro esslonal basetja 1 to Magic representatives within a week.,.;vlthoul water n the rem ote ro u iic e H rutiis y a rd scoring p ass a g a in st SU Thurtdayt n t iu lll HilllDufOh i CncCAOO 1. last year. S l.oui» 6 iwonlrrfll r fntobnv" Huukla(«-10- («n-0.*qo-«-4n>«ht -m u r Y tf a y L n m n - H n S n -O iw b o y o r g o n ta tlo n «m s i " S e X t T r S j r p W a f a s t >» Tn he n i n g C ap tlie ita l b aio l l pare h o m vets o fc a loniv icncoultai President aaude Engberg said out of kilter right now, i ««Blake M inted out Thev stav g om es between een Canada Fndivi Ormtt Canoda and battered the Twin F alls Gregg Erickson (fullback) and (All Tim il eot) Sweden. New Voru fli ChiffiQO (JOpml PilliUyfgh Ai S Louit ifpmi Marilrc«l a Pr».la»leipti((i inspmt Diogo - Cjnc t«55-worklng agreem ents m ight although 6 meeting of directors " i J C l e i S b S o D w a S sophomores 4fW) Tl>m:sday - Ron Trimble (left halfj and.jc be avauable for next season. n the very J i back nto the sofiebrush when " hove seen neither of those and look t c a s on the host transfer Booker Vann (right T he league, which operated n e a r fu tu re. C. E. E dd* i u / S r h n m n V n v n S v team s th U,sea so n So J.can n o t : w l U f. f o u r., t o o n u M l t 5 n! w ; : n D t i s a 9 5? a d a o W = B!!! a i n y : J t e d S i c > S,, S n 5 only m ust flad the two working going to resign aa» boy particularly n the Punreturn mmediately jifte r brother.. John, a-corncrback,- agreem onts but mu.1t hunt out president for-personnu eosons K m j ji. Asked f he UiouKlit tliat the klckoff and a 44-yard run on ntercepted two posses, another c l i r E ngbert said and llness n the family, T f Russia would win all the four ta third play from scrim m age a. Defensively, the Coyotes had Buite and-helena, Mont., both However, Bosaard pointed out oi-scnools. some oitont am es scheduled for Moscow couple m inutes la te r. The a brilliant gam e, hojdlng. hove cjoressed interest nnil he " dod Uhink.-thlL -nddiuoiuol , -.u -... and UninRrnd afiolnsl Team Engles scored.the first three Montano (o 49 rushing yards Cards iiiww past D.xpos - W e re happy the tim e s Slioshone basin." d esireable. t w ould ju s t inc re a se tra v e l ex p e n ses." com ing Uiat we can play a M O N T R E A L (U P ) Joe M orrie Roth, b o ard m em b er. g am e... /strws outliit Tills s alw ays tlie exciting T o rre d ro v e in two ru n s w ith a s expected to round up the p a r t when s tra te g y confronts l*iidrc»i 10-6 single and a trip le TTiursday nterested d ire c to rs and delve night a s the St. Loui&Xaiijlinals nto th e situation. R ight now s tra te g y and it i alw ays a relief HOUSTON (UP) - Tom m y to hit som eone w ho isn t your. m oved.nto fourth p lace J n the, E ngberg w ants an an sw er on H elm s d ro v e n two ru n s.with a N ational L eague E a ste rn Division wlui win over the tea m o r n o t f one should another p a ir with a single n w hether th e group w ants the friend. single and R ich Chiles d rove n " believe Uiut this group of M ontreal E xpos. becom e available. young m en h av e m a ste re d a lot the th ird inning T hursday night of the knowledge and execution T he Expos an d C ardinals n a la rg e r sense th e entire.uu,... to pace the Houston Astros to a w ere tied for fourth spot before th in g s m o re n, th e 101 victory over the San Diego the contest. The g a m e proved a cla ssific atio n of pro p ared iless.of» tb o ll and m talking about p j s. m ilestone for the E xpos a s they th a n s u r e ty. E n g b e r g.sa id both th e offense and <lofenae. H elm s singled to ce n ter n the movea oved over the uie 5-mlllion j-miuion mark ark T hursday picking up two? h " alx -run outburst in the r u U t r n d a n c l u l u d n 8. 4 J o l r - f o u r - - J m r» g r c c m e n ; j, t «- m s - l o - ; ; ; year history. m e to* be a tough assignm ent. kicking i>ume gam e unu itti u is run jj, Houston s three-run sacrifice n the third inning Ted H ow ever, m g ettin g m y n- S izem ore singled and stole fo rm atio n from m a jo r league second. With two out Torre.orm dlcectors and they feel two singled, bringing Sizem ore lu)mo from second base as the... - o it W " jb -r loneman p 0 U U McCarvcr c m To >«U ) l } M T o U lt J M Jl, Louu Ml Monlr«*l »- THuTnpnrTv; i-ooov. McCafvw OP St LouK ). lou-si- Louu a. Atonlrcd!. JO Cfuf J(1 Day. Torre 5» Crul, Siieinore. UOCk Ki-llcKs Carbo P H R CR 01 SO Gitnan W 16 10» ; 7 7 S SloneminV ko > * J 0 } Bcnko S 5 3 J J WP GiUlan T 10 A 0,S80 G a m e t o n i f > l i t will be available. Therefore, we wanjtblngs ready n case they hereotor-s-mire right. 2 -o v e r la k e s re ad y for the te st. ll he a very n terested o b serv er in the re a of tliose m ost m portiint nta ri b le s -t4 ia t s e p a r a te the w inner frb m a loser. Those a re the d esire to w ork, hit an d the ab ility.to r e a proiwrly.. u n d e r pressure"arid atubbdrnness" n refusing to accept d efeat," K nap s a id. _ t,hoce, ltc BrDncD-dcfensirwiU* be Siin Oltgo HouKon put to n tru e te st S afurday night TuDm.i >, f 5 S v.no.r A tw over par 70 won the jn Bronco S ta d i. TOe Rebels K B.C C lo iir n e y annual-b lu e -L ak e s- M ens Golf A ssociations four-m an b est ball to u rn <y, re p o rts professional N ate R oss. - W inston JonoB rb lll Koch, Joe M cc o llu m a n d E g o n K roll co m b in e d fo r th e w inning naacgln n n e t w hile D r. F ra n k C a r p e n te r, J im S in c la ir, Gordon E d g a r an d N orm Buck y a rd s, w ere one stro k e back. n th e n et division, G eorge D etw eiler, Bob S oran, C harles C o sg rlff a n d M el C re sk y T he Twin F alls B nilns open knocked 10 stro k e s-o ff p a rj n th e ir S o u th e rn d a h o Con- seeond o t 5fi w ere Ken O tto, Bob ference season a t 8 p.m. today S n y d e r, H u rry B ro w n an d by hosting th e Caldwell Cougacs P ra n k DoLuca. a t B ruin Stadium. Twin F alls defeate d Jero m e 10-0 w hile Caldwell w as bowing to Pendleton, Or«., n Uie, n o n -c o n fe re n c e o p e n e rs for both.... " * N A T O N A L CO NrEREN CE jja v e r f o r d cu ts lo o tb all7 k 4k HA V ERFO RD, P o. (U P ) - Soccer and nexperience have cau sed H avcrford College to d ro p ts v a r s ity fo o tb all pirogrom this year decision w a s reached H iu rsd a y during a m eeting of college offlclols and th e football "TJODChlnffitoffrn -- r.._ H ie w l d ra w a l m e a n s th at -<t)ie fiation s third o ld est college football riv alry. H a verfbrd Va. Sw orthm ore, will not be ployed. T lie tw o schools flra t ployed n 1870 a n d w ere te rr u p te d only for 11 y e a rs, which n c lu d. one y e a r fo r W orld W a r, three y e a rs fo r W orld a r and, jw y e iu in e ip la ln e d y e a r s - f lf te r _ th e u rh of the cen tu ry. A T ip o k e n n a irfo rth e s c h o o l- m ltt~ th g n i» o ir-w a ip * *fh )t-for- - b d d g e ta r y - r e a s o n it fourth nning with ny. - Chiles hit a looping, plnch-hlt single to left ce n ter n the third to drive in his two runs. San Diego w as leading in the -thlrd-on-a tliree-run double by Leror) Lee, an RB single by N ate C olbert, and a fie ld e r s» "NiT.... > T ailback Steve M atousek, 6-0, emioh n wdiwn pn } 0 Kwarl 105, is a m an to be reckoned ooiaard EUwardt c Hdder lb w ith on the ground. A gainst Konaairc MDlmt }b.w estern lllnqls he c a rrie d the 0 Hfow p Ro» p AcotU 1 T O 0 rvofk.. ) cniim pn Culver p ball 13 times for fi7 yards. n the a ir w a r. Rebel quarterb a ck Sonny B rasile, 0-3, 200,? completed 13 of 24 attem pts for «n * rom* Houilsn DOl )01 O G l - O C HilTon. Cation. Mitjoer OP San Oiego T he B roncos will be coun- j- terln g with a seasoned bockfield c «H uxin.r i<i; l.. i.ii so w hich will nclude halfbacka - " ",p 7 «.».0.0 P o t n ljw jin d C ary H oshaw 3o.. 1 j 0 Johnson.a t f u l M i? :.? J J _ Getting the quarterback call fl,1 ] J?? o? expected to besenlor Art Berry Yon> n i o o o o- from Spokane, W ashington. wp Ariin* t j.ji * F N A L P R O r F O O T B A L L S T A N D N G S. llctioil Clue,CO Gieeii-Uiy * * lf *. * - * CNTHAL DVSON W >(1 Pu OP ?» TO- 6,538 34? 7i(, a Q J 2 Q 1B5 2/& 4 a 2.3 li 2H 298. > 1 a.78(5 JD C? 2? i.t)j??/f. loo Wj5liNnilon a liiljrtellihij 6 4i, St. Louis 4 9 JUa 2J1 2?9 N. Y. C h ill) B WST 0(U(S(QN W T d PU 0 P SinFuncisco 9 & Lo ia n g tle s B S :&1S Atijn ia / fi,h B? n 7/7 N s w O i l 4 fl 7,313 2Gfi 37 n n s RRST N TS LEAGUE. they will b e close. predict th at c a lle d ) th e y put the ball n the.the re su lts will be about thd a ir and picked Aip a fum ble and sam e as in Canada. "A s fa r as can see the tim e is w orking for th e C anadians. tlilnk tiiey will be n better sh ap e n M oscow than they w e re n t h o m e," he s a id. - ran 34 yards for another score. -C apital led 2iM) a t th e end of the firs t q u arte r. Twin F alls th rea ten ed only once, being held on dow ns inside th e 10-yard line n the third quarter. - FVOUPUHTT OR FEEDT,,. Globeleed Will Hive!! GLOBE moto ruclt lont; Twin Foil* 733-n73 fllliljufoli Cf» c*uo Hew York Pjtl*hurn>),a,i. to u ii w,. pci. g.b, s9 tt tyi ~ l i 64,i4a li n M i«, M U h \ j4 i «4 U 4U 3Si 44 «9 ]}S 40 >, w,,1.»ct. Ob. S» «u - G O O D S E U C lfio rt o F USED M A CHNES for BACK TO SCHOOl CounO y an4we»fom 8 Track Stereo 3/»9>io.W > E a.- J A C K S SUMMER CLEARANCE!! SALE!! At jasports CENTER LOOtt SAMPLES! DSi*L/lV HODELSH SOME - OBE O!S,\!!... CAMPTRAS ULTRA LGHT W E G H T C O M P A C T COM PLETE P R O TEC TO N -C O M FO R TA B LE SPAriOOS - QUCK SET UP AND TAKE D O W N REG. $ y W ENZEL CABN TENTS New! Armor*Tough Typor Floor More room for more camping pleasure! Mode of High Count "Destiny" dry finish water and mildew resistant cottondriii Attractive colors _Light wetght heavy duty frames {eiiminates-center-polos) Zippered Closures <. r

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NaiSieei 3 i J4>* lit* Jl>«ConiiimdilyJliiluxesL i a.m. Todav Prev. 11:00 Close, lugh U w ajn. M ay daho potatoes > t8 9 M ay M aine potatoes O cl. l iv e fa ttle April Live ca ttle D ec. U v o hogs w hoot V« Sept. c o m V H Sept. eggs « ,m 9 z : Sept..silver ; iy i ii,,..!, in. r : z i z ] = a i g : a a s i i - : - i i O u b fq iio n s fro m lo u is N, Rittcn C o,, T w in Foils - l e i Gull 40 1 } W. Zeilmlt-14-1 T.Pti SJO-. u n> * n wpim t-nnvcn la Ufl,Mn OilJ Di»im C.ifp. - -CirRrjOu;. ii yt 70 J7V 6S J3. S -ir. \ /i 14.. «...»4., d a h o T e iifip e r a lu r e s V a l l e y W e a t h e r R e p o r t N a tio n a l T e r t ip e r a lu r e s By U o lm p m i stenuiu eiul. llthu w Pcp. A tlanta c Boston c Ch«rleBton.S.C. e G s i Chicago c, C olum bus, o : pc D enver pc Des M oines pc D etroit c 72 4fl El.Paso cy H ouston c ndianapolis cy - K a n sas a t y c i U s g e l e s c M em phis pc M iam i B each c - N e w - G r le a n s - c - New York cy O rlando c Plioenlx c P ortland, Me. c P ortland, O re. c R aleigh c nichm ond c St. 1/)uls cy Salt U k e City c snn~rraffcisco pc Seattle c Spokane n T am pa c. Tw in J- alls, norlhside, B u rlev le m p o ra tu re s rc ach in g -th e m id into-uic -a re a S u n r to y h 3 w ith frost conllnulngiinly n tho W oahlngton c R u p ert a re a : 70s. O vernight lows n e a r 30. chance of show ers over the higher e y s T T ctn p c m tu res -W ichitfl-pc_ F a ir u nd w a rm th ro u g h O utlook,, for Sunday, mountains. should be a little w arm er in all Saturday. Afternoon increasing-clouds, Highs Thursday across the valleys tonight. U -m peruturcs in the 70.s to low Syaopsis,. - G em S tale w ere m ostly in the T h e e x te n d e d outlo o k fo r. fu).s. O vernight lovys-ncar 40. O u tlo o k (o r S u n d a y, increa.sing cloudii.. C jim as P ra irie, H ailey and low er Wood R iver V alley: K a ir a n d w a rm th ro u g h Saturday. Aftornoan High p re ssu re continues over 70s, a little w o rm in g is Sunjlay through Tuesday c a lls th e in te rm o u n ta in re g io n expected today boosting som e for o c h a n c e of show ers on producing near, p e rfe c t fall readings into the m id flo s. A S u n d a y, tu rn in g fn ir a g a in w eatlier.w arm afternoons arid little cooling s indicated for M onday. cool nights should continue Sunday. - Daytime highs ivill be in the Yesterday through S aturday. Night lim e lows ap p e ar to be GOs to the m id 70s and overnight Lost Year Some cloudiness should move in the 40s in m ost of Uie valleys lows in the mid UOs to mid 40Si_ Normal M utual F unds Mull Tri 3.0J JO l ff»l.»34103 Nfll indy 1114 U 4 Veatur M il U 9 l flonil Sf 5J] i>7 So GcnP UJ? 14»4 Dividrt nv 9 4) Prel Sk 7 3) S* rv 0 fl S uccessfuljnvesting B y R O G E R E. S P E A R T w in Palls 77 B7, G- &0 M A.. BO 82 -flo. -59_ - M - M G T e m p e r a t u r e s High Low Off42 Q 1 would like your opinion recorded to secure a (Mr. Spear cannot answer all on the safety of the investm ents prom issory note executed by moil personally, but will answ er stock Sr Spectra 7 91 B 4. offered on the enclosed the borrower to the lender with all questions possible in his Gfwlh VW 0.38 STATB BMO OOP Nrl Gtf.h ll9 i Coml-d i7 l 4 3- brochures. T heir high ra te of the lonn broker os tru stee. colum n,) MEL Si[l >7 3) 14 Oivetil.S 1} 4 3 N ta Ml 10 S» lo Pfojrv!4 >43S! j #94 return is very tem pting. S. C. Npu Crr.1 7 OJ 7 70 i1 Fr O f.4 13 Although m any snfeguards C opyright 1072 J*] 4 1 A Your brocsw res ure from have been ncorporated n the G eneral F eatures Corp. o?il5 i/j,*. estate loan brokers, system, thif possibility of loss :r ir T n 5 it i TTiembers of u young tnid tn s t rem ains. ;i 1 li! V i BWwlnB W est Const industry. f tlie borrow er defoulls, the u u u h. c" 4 05i5oi T h ese firm s s e rv e a s second trust deed holder, as LEGAL N O T C E cnpm intermediaries between well a s the first, can request the iit ovdirp i n d i v i d u a l s s e e k i n g loans on tru ste e to in stitu te foreclosure f r : rem property nnd private proceedlnes. t» «er three Vcihni 71* 8 13 nvestors. m onths the loan is still in one W49 Willys Mobile Cnmpur. lo s,ikrof The loan b ro k er ap p ra ise s the d e f a u lt, n o tic e of s a le is TMct.r**!i p ro p e rty, in v estig ates the published and following a tliree- V j ) 111 jmofiin ? Tower To*crc C *«p 7lll.um applicb nts(inancos,arrangcsa o UHul(.Ua, Ul *nib--a u week w cciv w aiting u illllk period J J c n u u the viiv Pine si n.oa ii.m Tr«n Cap fleareh--ond ppovideb-pr-operty-eaa-be-sold: po8l i«h s«pi jv*-! OROUK pcopcfly-and -tluo-iwiuranob-k------v o u - a a - s e e o n d - tr u s t- deed *a< 197} * fztn Suiooi S? pu"g«oisoo w lo n c c e ssa ry... holder, m ay face paying the ni. flnuib. iniillll.»,. 1_ t r i i...1 Grwih Trj) )i 51 uii.iuna J >9 The borrowfir is usually. a first loan in full, or at least sum mons P*" ",w lth _ llm lte d c r c d lt m nkini! t cu rren t, in o rd er to_. n i w e o i s t r i C t c o u i i t o f t h e protd ius(yi S ta n d in g, ho C o lla te ra l o th e r p ro tect y o u r own ca p ita L pjovd4 17 *13 uncipt )8315 n thail thocq uityonhlshom o,or 0 Thus, although most loart Ffll tw in f a ll s c o u n ty psdtppuil U 4? unt c o VuNo.person lac k in g the down b ro k ers hove an excellent PUTNAM j} *0 paym cnt required for record with no losses io rutm e. lu n o o e rc. Piaimiff in v e s to rs, you co u ld in c u r j w, sutterby,,d«i*o(jani, NVrVrn UO -M UN O W O )rnl»i. 13J4U34 GBP - tlusm hd 4 49 )1 100 nd }.. VALUE LN 6 fd VAl Lr\e ] Va iu i ja.88-u.th Uav.OlH-O M-M-l* } VANCe )3 17 )3 tan D BR t:... Oov Pnd no» Cm ) T he loans d escrib ed n Uese standing as w ell a s your bcochiiruis - aro - seoond- trust- ability to-assumetlsk ls a must t>v iho above nam*d p!*wi«i and ,, i rr vninrirnaiihv. j-irrn*<*bv~c (iiractki Jo aooear OJ-SO H e s, returning 10 per cent, before making a commitment of andpleddlolho&aidcomqlainl wiitiin twenty days of the tervica o( th li Tlie tru st deed is officially this sort. lu m m o n i; and you are further W all S treet C hatter equ.ty J9 VndrOll nyetl B Vangrd , UHrfl f n 41 Vani g S ELE C Te a.fd S: Varied i ) Am Snr Vikng cr 719 T i t 7 T ; Opp Fa WAllS gr « i 13 &pl Snri 1 S Wath Mu 1} Sentinel Weing eg «Senlry n,r, F WEULHOTON»euLi»o.uH E W YO R K lu P ) - S p c n r auatolncd growlh n market notified tnat unless you lo appear 3:0l.e8d.jQ_lflld com plaint within the > tim e fhe iore r e in [n J p»» c H l l«a r H * - plalntlff will ta k e d g m e n l aoalnit you at prayed, n laio complaint. Witness my hand and ttie teal of the District Court this 4 day of Auoust, 19?3. _ s. H. A. L A W C X S TE R Clerk iis is? ihabrmlo orp, oroup. nnh jtjif f Tnp gny,t f>rp.-jiflpni vnlucs of nracucflllv all nvcst- s D O R O T H Y M c M U L L E N Deputy _!7 Ov inlihjon»-7v10il nv-co r n!rnixons rckilccuon seems n ment erode equities, excepting nobwlw.h«n»om. 1»B 1a r nv &UH narbr : : k r v, \ &. i S * " torebonc conclusion h "V >>= com porauvoly 53 «33 nv Hov 12 V U 4l , S m a rk e t h a s for the m o st p a r t group Of "fa m o u s n a m e " aeswmo «t twin Fans, NViST OHOUP. Pace Hd ) u 15 OJ DS r.ih SHEAQSON FDr BTowth slocks. }o )3 «*lscounledltra ftor tiieljlectlon; ia«)-o.!30i DS S)D Afjprc * Winri«r incom 4S We»l nct Sll S4 how ever, the a d m in istratio n inveil Wiricap lospr S t 3ft M i,1i;a will have to do sgmetlilng about T he apathy an d dullness Sr DeAK ju l,wintotr tt ; a» 5 OJ V 87 Slock Selill 31 3» )) z l e r n»2 inflation, onrf the firm soes two which have dom inated recent n o t i c e SOMA fumds *1li J U ni! Kei*, Cap Snr choices. "O ne will be to hope trqdlnii.acssiona have bcjun to»r.«< m s l l SO for a g ra d u al and ap p a ren t have a denfioralizlng im pact on crock Air forco Gunnery p erm a n en t decline nto the 2 to the m arkets technical struc* Ranoe. more Spoclflcallv described S p e r cent ra n g e an d the other ture, E. F. Hutton says. ** i s to m axim ize coqtrol efforts Breadth of deterioration and aii ot me sections in T7S. R7E, -to -a c h ie v e -a ft-«arller=iiolutlon; lho. sndm nvlor c;ths Jtaw -V.iS "T h e n terest ra te inflation transportation ndex are two of daho,and sectior>» 3, S- - control pro b lem la not, under the "negative technical develop* j i _ tiuo>«q V 14 O v e r T h o C o u n te r. Vr-t.liii «5. O uoiatftnt iratn NAS.tL, ColuuiG 4.4i f-d t i 00 ti 00 tnriroxlmately - noon «All bids.i COMMONWLTH n te rd e a le r bids, n ie rd e a le r quotations w t»rc(uda retail HEYSTONC m arkup, m a rk dovkn iij J3 14 These awtatlens m -t.u j v v j McUoberl rrre r UJ ( t) 7 t i S 3J B id.ailri - i yh o 3 2 B ah k o f A m r U F ir s t See. C ;25. d a.lstn atl W eat.d ankc )1142 C o n t.u fo, 3.00 i i 5 ; d a. P w r. Pfd $3 tm n.g a a 15.37M S Kellwood ,00 U n g. F ib re d u h a ln v c a l.20. n L0Q4AS t SAYLCS CanAil r n «-nvr,trt(rdv Ts «> , ,87 Vi > S. :. " " S!! S y H o g ersb ro s, ) ,00 R ev piiioip " muiuai ts im s is Nort.K lng... R a c.e n g i 44 i n p flc S t.l ifo t [J.Oi. ondrieft l l j t 12 J4 u Luioern QuantOX it Qiild cauit ui-prqlofitfbtloni5f~~ernr e rm o re, "unless a d ra m a tic the existing OlO-OflO plateou nto piece of good news appears, ea rly 1973/ S pear concludes. which can stim u late strong buying, the pntli of least resistiince for the m ark e t is now down," it adds. G. F. Hiitton sa y s stability in th e tran sp o rtatio n Segm ent of th e naarket is needed before the m a rk e t tself can si;sti)ln m eaningful ra lly. "T lie b eh a v io r of the transpoptation secto r will b e a r close w atching oyer Sections 1, J, 3, *. i. B. 10, il. J, 13, 14, , and the Est halt of Sections H. JS, a n d la.ln T9S, R 7 E.a n d Sections 1,3, 3,4, S. 6, 7,8, 9, 10. M, 13, 13. u. JS, la. 17, B, 19,30,31. and the West half of Sections , and 33, T9S, R E, located in Owyhee County. dahq, will be used by ihe Air force a* i S arlorlus 4 C o.> puzzled by the re p eate d a ttem p ts an d that <ii persons, okc«pt\ those pw failures of late for thim narkct to lau n c h an all-out aw auu on persons who ar» if *nstnno "*»f«* hb TO tttcw lcam nst O iclrm the,1,000 m ark on tho Dow ih.ptis: added. Jo n es a v p rag e s. " t appears»ccms road to the Bruneao Cwvon th at the key q u c a t o now s -.W alston it Co. is optim istic w hy these quantifiable gain s is oiven -that liv e, ammuninon, over the fa ct a " v a s t pool of a n d im provem enla, which a re M» V i. bnnka and cisow hcrc" hyvlrtuc supplied tho propelling - forco,, for, dangerous area. C railn o, <> s u r e ty u f e H a higher stock m arket which livestock is limited to isn t being poured into the stock hkf/srirnl m sio ricai prc nrppfirtpntn ceaen is wolild woum lo vhld permltl nd s m a rk e t. " f p q rt of th it-h u g e a p p e a r to establish a s re aso n a- «r«m specified in said permit*., n re c e n t y e a rs, sev e ral B P C M O M TO R P,... To m a k e colorful stuffed mountainof sav in g s e v e r -. b io,ith a f lh n o b serv e... stiite s.h a y e cniic ed law s tliat i;t>ty Gr V S Q 2S MC. ic}ly (V SO w MO KS ] ; ; ; Jit anim al toys for children,(dyo decides to! g(it back nto Road rtmnlno fhroooh the g u a ra n te e to.a ll high* school SW».1S MFD»;yrel Cit 14 Ol S 21 MCD socka,6lutl, mavo anim al ncea favorably valued stocks, we descrmed property» clomd w o h m r.roiii.iiiono im gradua_iofi,- r<?g«rdlcflb.oklhel L tilui) Til 30.lt Maiak " lh n< - with -em broidery njuiiiiinvi! anewbull m arket; M om iintnrlly,-» llbhtnlngnrunh ircm vir Croumii T iir..- - " acad e m ic re co rd s, enrollm ent Mid a tr o k o jr ia y J jo M, O W e c s L V, o X. i 5 l? "! - t lie g e TO7lfr "nl m MT rjfltlo lu liiailia!. lil«cct-bf-bln : F a h ren h eit, or fl v m o s h o ller. lo u ih o f lh v u in bouiiii«r»-0 l.. qhoice; T h is s an open m a k e -c a rs, m a n e o r T riiilil nvoslois - r S l T v t n r l n n r H l l M u n, l l i i i v i u j r a m t i r "» " l» admi.sslons twllcy _ ~ e u a c i S H i s i i.. u,. H. L J L J!

18 P F B S y lo p li m B t r T V l W r i r i m e i.n *! * / *,. T w i n P a l li, tu K o 1» W hat s tfhac T T M T B o Almost bvil not quuo oyorybody has four splnnl vortpbrno at tbo tnilpnd of tho plno. Dut occnsionnlly iome* body lu m s up with five. This annlomlcdl pocuiiarlty occur* tnoro often n women than n men. And nurfierous soiontine follows bollevo. horoforo. tinudie femttlo orjho mman spooiph has not yot evolved an far as the a le from the fu r ry ancphlom with tuils JHordscope (larroll tighter FOUill A S T l - O R S A T U U B A Y. S U T l i M D t R 16, lj7 2, - G ;N -:R A L T -N D N C U S : Y o u wnnl to B t cvcryjhinb-now on a very solid anj-sccurc structura and it &ccnu ilifficult lo do ito hecatise delnys nnd 0(1(1 condiiions arc liappetim Ncvcrilicless, if you use your -pood ccimnron sense ami arc persisicni and do not argue wiih ollicrs, results are bolicrtluihyou had thought possible,-keep p oised.,.... ARliS (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Listen lo good suggestions g}von-you-l»yrthohe-inposilions of power nnd folldwthrough on th e m, then y o u can a d vance m o re ( u ic k ly G e t th a t b ill paid )cfore y o u have tro u b h ; w it h y o iir c 7 f3 S h d W that y o u aro de p e n dable. l A U R U S (A p r. to M a y 2 0 ) Y o u have fine n e w ideas and w a n t t o p u i thoiji t h ro u g h (]u ic k ly. w h ic h is ine, p ro vid e d y o u b in dy th e m m o re c a re f u lly first jdcas il\at arc p u tc fa n ta s y, so d isco u n t th e m lilcver. A new c onta ct m a y give som e S Jip w y o u are G -.M N (M a y 21 t o J u n e 2 1 ) V o u have m u c h w o rk l o d c i T so be sure y o u d o n o t r u n o u t fo r pleasure ju st because o th e rs.irc p re s su rin g y o u to d o so A n a tla c h m e n l is o u i fo r a fig lit, hut dont fall into the trat. A calm attitude is best.: M O O N C l l L D K l l N (J u n e 22 to J u ly 2 1) T.ik e carc y o u d o ;h >i start an a rg u m e n t w it h o n e w h o is a valu a ble associate A spiril o f c o o p e ra tio n is besi w it h e ve ry o n e, llic n this b e c o m e s!i hn e and p ro ih K M ive tin y,.p tp f n j-y n u H a ve f u n w i t h a g o o d tritn J in p in - L L U ( J u ly 22 lo A u g 2 1 ) Y o u are able n o w to get those p e rfo rm e d th a t have b e e n d iffi(:u li fo r y o u to h a n d le in hc past. S p en d som e tim e ta k in g h e a lth tre a tm e n ts,x x c rc is e lli.ii is m ost h e lp fu l. A g o o d e v e n in g fo r Uic. theater. V R G O (A u g. 2 to S e p t. 2 2 ) Y o u a rt o ble t o h a v e the n jc r c a t id in y D x n u t a iii-b u l-j t h w t s o " H ifu h d w ire ly u iite u d o f " x ira v a g a n tly Use a m o re g entle appro a ch w it h the one y o u live CrLt tlie results y o u w a n t and he happier..h R A (S e p t. 2.1 to O c t. 2 2 ) nstead o f a rg u in g at h o m e, gcj b u s y -a n d irtiike those im p ro v c iiie n ts thnt are necessary theru a n d a ll w o rk s to y o u r b e n e fit. U n t c r t a in in i n L h P m C w o u ld n o t w o ii: o u t -w e ll n o w. so p ostpo n e Jo t a n id e q l d a y sh o p fo r fu rn is h in g s, e ith e r.. O T? P p { O c l 2? T o N o v 2 1 ) Y o u -h a v c to e xercise care w ith reg u la r allies if y o u are to have m o re h a rm o n io u s rela tio n sh ip s w ith th e m G o o v e r statem ents fo r e rro rs and see to it_th at th e y are le tte r p e rfe ct. R e la x in p m S A C l m A R U S ( N b v l o - D c c i r a n d U n c. m a n c l a r y. m a ile rs w is e ly is p o s sib le n o w as w e ll as fin d in g the rig ht _ lyitm to r a d va n c in g TrP tlte n e a r T i n u r e T h e v Hscr y o u -t r u st lu d g m c n l. v e ry c lb ir? [lq lla.-s a -a v 0 i d - U t u - 0 w n -H 0 0 d C A P R C O R N (D e o 22 to Ja n 2 0 ) Y o u feel upset and w a n t n m a k e radical changes, hut this w o u ld he w r o n g and y o u -o j u l d -r u i n -w J u t - S re a lly an ideal set-up l l. i s b c llc r h<titctltntrtcrgo"ottrsonallrm3w-hnjoy-e}osesi-tio A Q U A R U S (J a n 21 to F e b 19) S tu d y y o i-r goals W ill and k tid w w h a t has to be d o n e to reach them m o re q u ic k ly and siilcessfutly See if y o u have been using the rig h t m e th o d s. C o n s u lt an adviser in s lc a d o f som e g ood friend w h o m a y be «c ll»m c a n in g. b ut n o t have the k n o w -h rtw P SCM S ( e li. 2 0 to M ar, 2 0 ) Perfect da y lo.h a n d le those,civ,ic a ffairs thlit are ju s t y o u r c u p o f tea and to get the rig ht. rlhills. T lia t tfe b L c a n -rio w -b e -p a id and y o u -c a n 6 tq»w o rryin g to d e a th S h o w o th e rs that y o u are a frie n d ly p e rs o n - F Y O U R C H L D S B O R N T O D A Y. he o r she w ill be one o f those c h a rm in g y o u n g p e o p ltv-w h o is a p t to be v e ry tin u d e a rly in life, so w ill need e ncoura gem e n t and praise to b rin g o u t the fine (lu a litie s and becom e a p art o f the social life m scho o l and late r in business T lie e d u c a tio n s h o u ld be sla n ie d a lo a g p ra c tic a l o r business lines, and the im p o rta n c e o f p a y in g a tte n tio n to details slio\ild be taught S p o rts are a m u st here. S tflr-sjinpcj. h c y d o.n o L c a m p c l..w hafcyo u m a k e -o f! y o u r life is larg ely u n to Y O U! W ZARLOF D K E R R Y D R A K E HEV, M3U < 3 E W * Q / -rh A.V E A NEW a jf e a w eafcn, a n d i m G O N S T O w ip e V C O O L ir / 1 j / ~ -T H E R E A R E S O M A N V T W S T S AM D T U R N S, T T A K E S 4-0 Y E A R S T O T R A V E L T H E D S T A N C E LOOK,,>1AJPSOME. KC VOU.. BUT WHEN WAMTVOU>; A T e u N w e e iva C O M N G T D S E T V O U / 1 CAME lo WARN you TH A T-A COP MAY BlCW TH E n e x t MTO AN a P P A l/o tm V -N A T f U R S T /,,. ON LY n 5 PCTECTVE llfu T. F U R S t MOW. t?ot;s THAT RifJG O E U S? A V E R A G E man hero- A. About $17,600. aboglh puth away only half itridwy t rttn-qo yoars-affo rh y s - *ourl. w riltq ilst. Loul& t n o jn.v stiiry lui-now-can-ttf- Sfliot-Lpiilfi-tll >«.for<l more nnoat and pota, A.. Wont bite nn thnt took, presumably. Still. d one. sir. Jefferson-O lty-is ffuess tho dearth now of the capitol of Missouri, homomnde br»ad huh muoh Q, " L E T S see if you to do with thui. Sa4. too. noma llio only person r M S T E R, did you know your ludyfriend for at leant threo yoarh before ho m ar- rluro? Do you have any brothptti or BistortiV Were you married in h: country as a-youngster? Are-you-fond-of-your-m ontand dad? Did your wife work before the wcddinr? Have you Ntayod in hi* -houh< for the la»tfive years? s your wife at leant a year older -than yourrelf? HoUl on. m m>v pryinjr..f you -nnswer yoh- to all these queries, ypur chances f o r ii B u c(ressful - m atrlm nniat~llfo "are riol juht (food but almost perfort-. S\irh n the. claim of a Cornell scholar who has made a study of the matter. Q U E R E S - - Q. - - L o f l - ) i outnumber left-handed women, true?" A, QuUo ritrhi. about 0.6 per rent of all men are left handed, only cent of all women. 8 pur Q. " W H A T B avhrajrc pav for a good eross-coiin try tru(-l< drlv«t?" American politics / who had five grandmolhers." A. OoorRO nomney Q. " D O E S N T n ans hair ordinarily grow fasterthan a mans? A. Appreciably. A N D W A R f tho husband of an id_eall8tic. young, woman chases other girls. - thnt -w ife -.tends -to_bljim elbot: self. Bui the more sonsoned older lady whoto-huft* band Rlrays is inchnod ra th e r to blame the husbond..him BOlf.-Thats, the observation-of one mntrjmonla),_ *experf. O u r Love and W a r man connrms the view; Th o older the wife, ho y s, tho loss apt she is to question - hor own performance. Reaaonablo. does your wife posses6. sir? Seven per married lady is sntd to-be-the. nntional avprage this year. Addraii moil to. M, Boyd, P. O Bom fort W orth, rx Copynghl l977 l.m.boyd

19 T l m» i - N» w «, V w ln F «l l l, ttohb F r id a y, S «p l«m b «r 15, 1?73. KWAS UTTEAS 7 0 * M Y Your tems May Be P la c e d r Sale W ith A Money Back Guarantee* M fvat ra TV A M 0M ( 543-4A4i U l»u m Cm M o«. A n }SS3 i «l M A K f A T f M C U D n - r -. j , 33*5375 Ro9*ruM Of J«(li Ml. M«v(Mla. CLASSFED NDEX U tw t P «opli R f io ic r W*rtl Ad colum ni. 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For corrattion* or ndli)<cation o( ittm» rtnltd or toltl pivat* nolily ih* ClattllKd Dfpl by * m Wa can in»r> mark il r«nl»i> or told" lar mat dayi luuf ; : : Pi««lt raad your ad Fh» «>rt* day ii apptara ai trnii.. aiiowvd ior (rti mtarin rn«claili*0 Oaparii p.m.. SalurCayil.tWarn Tht Daadiint tor piacn t>«lora ad i» tp appur Th»<Jtadlin*for plaong au lo ipptar. tntpi onti trial ir piacad inrt* day* pr«r to u x n l t opfn wfvkdart Orlwfan 0 Ol}OOpin Clotadon Molidayt g adi utlng tmall typr only it PUTZP. N YOUR SUMMER AND CASH N YOUR POCKET REACH PEOPLE U / i l, F a u n d LO ST: p«klnofw. Jump** and AddHon. Btw «fill Pnon«fu U 0 5 T O B E Y t r ip M f "! w n lli M w i «n il "tck. Name Alaxanda. Phon# 733 0i31. M S p t c l i l No c h R E D U C E E X C E S S F L U D S W T H FluldaK. Loia walahl w ilh 0*k A Dial capiula* «O ico Dfuoi. grutflboas 7:00-ArM. TUESDAY... D E P O T G R L L c 6 m e o n e. c o m e a l l H t L L D L L Y.and W tile rn muilc lartino at 7 ihrough 10 p m Sundays at Rock Creek Tradino PMt milts Soulti ol Hansen - Rtnt w allon Oall Vibrators. Sptad Dikes, Action cycle and M a ssao* R o lle rs al DAnner furniture 733-U31. SELPHYPNOTSM (non the ra p futlc), taugtit by a local. P R V A T E nvaslloator 34 Hour >>&ervlc«. M l contldantlal. Phone 7U M11 <-ioht 7U S MAGC VAtLEYMASlAOB- B A C K A C H B t. T r y sleann and mass*o*> vuom*" welcome. U c u M. 7J1 1*37. 9 a m,. 7 p.m. re p re s e im a tlv e and D e ilc ro products sales. H aiel N a t u t J3i- $436.,,, A L C O H O L C S A n o n y m o u s. T w in E*.!j p r " j r s ;. n * i? r s i o o ; B e H a b h o u s a.»» 7th A v e j i East. Tuesday and Sunday, OO p m. P t«n # >33 97*3. Our /ino«r sfcaki 0(9 fha betf in fha world. THE COVE A d ditor> W est. J o b t o l ln t«rfs 1 M jilt H tp S L O C A L C O O R S Deof Miolesaler s" SQllcltlnQ anpllcallons for e m p lo ym e n t. Q u a lifie d a p p lic a n ts w ill be placed n a ob tralnlno position ifitil a talesmans position B u i l n t t t p f t p e ii u n l f y (S Salesnien make regularly sctieduted deliveries of coors beer and promote increased sales ttirouoti m e rc tta n a irn o n ifc. s a r w y A r td com m issions p ro v id e exce lle nt ncome for a W O R K E R. Complete tieall>\, accident and life nsurance policy is carried on employee and dependents at ru coil to employee. P ive day v w rk Week. A p p ilca n li must be n good hoaltt), a hloh school ornduate and prelerably with colleoe expprlence. Call lor appolhlmenl. W A N T E D : Carpenlei S. laborers, framers. Apply at iob on Falis Avenue West across from CS College. N G H T -C L -E A < J -U person Rogerson p e tla u ro nl. r «m a t Ha p W A N T E D P A R T lm R -o lllc r tieip. Hamilton insulation and Roollng 33* Railroad Avenue. M N T O ;_ G lr l.f o r generiy ohice, KeypuiSTh oporator dosfed (w n l t r a i n ). A c c o u n ll;ig exp e rie n co. Send resume lo Don 338 Tw in Patts. E ) t P E O «N C E O WATRESS Apply iis person, lull or pa ri tim e R()bertoo Hotel Roslauranl T H E R E S A M O N E Y M A K N G O P P O R T U N T Y waiting just outside your doorl Many Avon ftopro& enlatlvei earn an estimalod S40 or more weokl B u i l n t i i O p i u r t u n i ly» M O SELLN G.... KEEP (O U R PRESENT JO B W H O LE SALE DSTRBUTOR Qperoladvending toule, Fine famous brpnd prorfucti youvi, laan on TV lolii in localiont tuch a i ollkei, employee oungii in letoil -iio f.a i,-lin a n («) 4niiiiutioni(maU.anuia(lurino-olanticwgiahousas=<in< tmali initilutionol occounlt. The diitrlbulor we telecl will be reiponiible (or mointainlng haie iocationt ond reilocliing invenlory. All iocationi are at- by ouf compony W «tv«ed o deptndobu cli>l(ibulof, mole or U - malt, in hit oraa wilh SOOO 00 minimum lo inveil in equipment ond in- vanlory wliicli con lurn ovar up lo vw time* monthly. Earningi can grow to S3S.000 ohnuoliy ond up. We will contider part-time applicontt. Write lor compiala inlormalior>, including phone numbercind Ara Code. All inquiriei ilricliy conlidantial v CONSOLDATED CHEM CAt CORPORATON Frifie Driad Product! Diviiion 3013 Montroie 61wd, Sulii 170 Mooiton. Texoi S itu a tio n s W a n fa d DACKH OE S E R V C E, call 733 «4 0. R O T (f T L L N 0 a n d b la d e w W H. No lob <00 larg e of» m» " -,0 v e call. Oaloy Olnobam r733-34w. F a r m W o rk W a n ta d HAY S T A C K N G anywhere. Lin e up e a rly - Mestenger and Lewis. Cull 334-i34j.- C U S TO M fo TO T L L N G and blade w o rk, c o rr ugannur*-: H o u s e r- Orolhers. Phone 733-3t*3 o r 734 J 4... R C U S T O M F A R M N G. Atl types of la rm work, hay swathing and baling and grain com bining Sa or COAAMERCAL LOCATON U lurnished apartments, 3 cabins, nice olllce, barber shop and coin shop. A ll rented lo A -) tenants, fantastic return on modarate nvestment. Total price 140,000. O w n e rm a y c a rry with good down at * percent per annum. _ U S T 0 M C O M B N N G beans-and J o b t o l ln ta r*»t M a le A P e m a lt F A M il-v P L A N N N G P R O J E C T D E V E L O P E R Prefer jnmeone wilh jowlodge ol la m iiy f a n n in g lor South Cenlral CoWmiJnlly G E N E R A L O F F C E te crelary, llling, typing, office machines, thorlhand. South Cenlral Com- m unltv Action Agency, qual J h S or p. All job! T O P F A R M E R F O R working loreman job. rrigation and hayinb in Colorado, HgTi Country. Musi be reliable, self-starter w ilh good references, ability lo use ana fin la r g e h a y in g equipm ent tiecessary. yvrlte or call 0 X 0 M E N A N O W O M E N 3t 55interviews no w being conducted for possesiion n progressive new com pany wim onlirriiled business o p p o rtu n ity Please call M r M u rra y Fofcl, J t W -B U O O e T A B R r A T T? Find a lively mported car in loday s Classified Ad». F R Y CO O K wanted M a ie or female. Apply n p e rw n. Kotos Cafe. A - M E JO B S available lor students. Hours 4 6, S 60per hour - P h o n n t r a G R O C E R Y C L E R K wanted over 19 ye a rs ot -hoc. prelor to lle g e sludpot Write Bo* U * co Tim es- N e w i C O L L E G E S T U D E N T S 4 8 hours a after i Employmint0ffneiti P E R S O N N E L S E R V lc E -o f Magic Valley. *34 Blue Lakes North, phona Mala Help -f o r -t o r n n c e ; installation soars; R o e b k and Company Contact their own noiuhborhoods.- Phono )3 or w rite Mr< Phyllis M c ln lu rl, Route N j 3, K im b e rly, ldat]0... W A N T E D E E R E n C E O d ry cleaning pressor Paid vacation, sick leave, hospital insurance. Holidays A p p ly Troy National Linen. E X P e R ie N C E D wanted Apply in pi C<ifo M A D W A N T E D P rcler oluei woman Apply in person ThLAlkM Cafe E X E C U T V E S E C R E T A R Y, 1 year experience required. Musi be able to operate all olfice machines, free to- travel, at)lo to assume ad mlnistrallve duties. 10 wpm Shorthand. *Owpm typing Salary... Ucallof N C E L A D Y T O slay with mother pa ri time or all day..good pay, -Cat» »-noofn>r-nlohtfcT - R N S, L P N S a n d Aides: New young p ro g re ssive m a n a g e m e nt ol geriatric care cenlers n Gooding and Twin Falls, are seeking R N. L P N an<l A D E S applications Salary commensurate with ability and e x p e rie n ce, with paid Vacatio ns. in su ra n c e. and tioiidays. J & P Enterprises, inc. Skyview and Hateldei Manors in Tw in Falls. Groer) y r t l Tcrra cc n n C o o a in o rc a iijo tin -K u itw n ro r- Brent Brocksome at * or our olfi Fails 11 V iia tm tn o rsa!etw < }m an - H A Y - S T A C K - N O - W A N T e O : O a l» - lenolh,3b" to 41". Phone *1. Tom Dutler. la Y S T A C K N G Now 3 wide 38" j r b.tlc Best stack Ray Tilley E X P E R E N C E D C A R and. iruck. other benefits Harbauoh AAolor Co m p a n y, G o o d in g C h ry s le r. -Oodoe,-Piym outhr n»» b y s m w t C h ild C j i -t :h i l D R E N S Village Child care W A N T E D. Dabysltter lor 3 sm all PPV5 in fti B Hfirtsprt- a fba- p f i am r information phone 7jj J A C K A N D J L L N ursery, ticeniad child care Supervised activities lOlh Avenue East. 793-**47. W A N T E D Babysitter for 3 small Child re n H o u rs 13 to p m SomWimBS13 6 p :m W io n e "7 TJ 0531 i j S lfu atibni W A n t W interstate carrier Must be «>«perlenced and over 35 Phone * alter *. E X P E H E N C E O meat cutter tor sm all sell serve grocery. Locaieo in Gateway of the P rim itive area Send resume lo.g Wilson. t)ox 533 Chaliis. idarto. D333*. W F L D E t t E X P E R E N C E D n jh Q D. and p ro d u ctio n w e lding Send resum e lo Box Y ] c-o Tim News W A N T E D : Cement llnifther and form builder. Musi be fully e x perienced. wages open. Call 334 Jo b o d n ftra it AAiU t Famala WANTED Y O U N G M A N T O W O R K PART TME N m a i l i n g r o o m. A p p l y in p e r s o n, 911 o.m. TM E S -N E W S, CR CULATO N DEPARTM ENT W H Y P A Y M O R E lor repairs on your home than necessary 30 per cent discount on all painting materials No extra charge lor out ot town work. Fait sale on custom built awnings and extvrior a c cessories Hoof spraying -average roof t90 material furnished. Give us a call before winter Free- estimates Continental Painting Service?jl B O O K K E E P E R S E R V C E for sm a ll businesses. A c c g u n lin o - payroll. Phone Salfifntn or Salatwoman C U S T O M G R E E C H O P P N G.- S panbauer Custom F a rm in g. -P iw n «4 3 4.iJ 4 1. J e «o m « G R E E N C H O P P N G GREENCHOPPNG Your h yu g o forage saver dealer L E O S C U S T O M F A R M N G 3* 4/UJ }-J6 4V*4 C U S T b M G R E E N p o p p in g ha y and -g m i n H A N D F E L D stackintf and hay iidulinu Oonc rtnyiivhtf u Phone U8 C U S TO M P L O W N G and discing, o a ry ira iria a p c c ia l irge. J < J Farm s W A N T E D : T R U C K N G Chevrolet 30-ton hoist. Silaoe, drain, cattle or will sen truck. S3* }ls*. lom g fic. 433 CUSTQ PkOW.NGgonep too large Je rry Schroeer «y 3 g e L R e a l t y H O M E S A R E L K E S H O E S B E T T E R F T H E Y F T.. N E W L S T N G G O O D lo c a tio n. ro o m y 3 b e d ro o m s, ca rp e te d, patio. ts Dusint< Opporlunlty B U Y OR L E A S E thia busy Tw in Falls restaurant, owners health (arces ta le. Call today. Harold K e ith le y or L A N D Q C C C B n C t P A MD B B *, a cro ts ro m -S e a r). E S T A B L S H E D g ro c e ry it o r e. neavv volume; Tgxwco - qes - i e A C K C a on com m ercielly loned West Main Jerom e, L-4f N P E A L. ESTA TE U H C K S T O R E B u ild in g w ith uitii-ii.mvc rlinoduling done, ideal tor a t.im M y Dusmess-Has plush 4 lm.-arotim, 7 tmth apartment over start for owner or manaopr Will L t A S b b U L L -- T R A D E ".b a i l e y ROBERTS REALTY *3 Evenings 53S 3*00 Ask lor Darrell Drake FO R S A L E o r trade Established nut vending route Call *5 after no on_.... _ - FOR SALE BY OWNEf* 14 acres t l S ala tm a n o rs SALES P E R S O N N E i SALESAAAN W A N TED,T O -w o rk - i h - t h a - T w i n - f o l l s i M «u n» l» -H o m a - -o ra o. Ra* q u ira s asp ttrie nce in solas, o f sp rinkle r in t o l io n syslam s a n d p u m p s. Pre fe r so nle o na w ith a x p a ria n c a in sales o f Pivot syslams. C O N T A C T : R O LA N D B A R TO N -- PARMA-WATER-LFTERGO; --- B O X P A R M A. D A H O Phcmo , j Harm on P a rk b apartm e nti, an rented, never a vacancy. Check the retu rn on this one. for only 3 0, fota fi> rtc LOBE REALTY t u - u m all 3 b e d ro o m s, a p p lia n c e s, carpeted, drap e t, laundry room. 1 l O w n e r-b u ifd e r-o --L -u k e DUPLEX- G O O D L O C A T O N, W ell built brick and stucco 3 bedrooms and gara0e-»38,000. to7rhs ju re. JO H N S TO N E REALTY Monay to Lo «n eov pro g ra m. G.A. c. Finance i40 3nd Street E ast, Tw in F a llt, **. nstruction C O M P L E T E H O M E S T U D Y. High School and secretarial courses. F re e b ro c h u re - ekplain*. A M C A M -4 C H O O L O l i U l l C T O F F C E. Box 7*46, Boise, daho 23 Homaa For S«la N E W A L L electric. 3 bedroom on -j acre. Out building 30 x ,500. Phone *. yard. t*,000, Ptioqo u Homts For Sila M illions of D ollars -SQ iclannually Thru The. Classified W a n t - A d s = G 9 a V - B A C K T O S CHO OL SPE.CALS "7 olter co m p le te ly rem odeled homes on 7lh Avenue East, irp- mediate possession. Mornlngside area near now split level, owner anxious and has just reduced he price H u rry now, only LOBE R EALTY; ble gara a p p lia n c e s, ca rp e te d, 837,5 A r R E R E A L T Y « N E W.K A A B E R L Y L S T N G, Almost new 3 bedroom n choice location, has large living room, TAYLOR AG&NCY AAember ot Twin Falls - " M L a " 8 irv lc # uonald Ta ylo r. Broker Mason smith 734 Virgil Wilson Bedroom, Kimberly 87( DodcQflm*_atabift_fiui-.oLUiML_ B Y O W N E R :A c re, 4bedroom, bath, g a rd e n, o rc h a rd. Hullfcr 53* Heyburn Avenue West. home on quiel street. 3 bedrooms up wilh 3rd and fam ily room in lull basement *7 3 room rental at rear Shade and llowors 814,000. N E T T E M A G E L. Broker *0ulncy 3 N E W H O M E S under construction * *11 or 5 C r a r " " * Ww" lot JH E C TR O O M P L U S U n basem wil. n Jerom e. immedlatbiiosiossion L N R E A L E S T A T E Jerome 334 S33. E vm ln o s or3y4 41»0 H O U S E F O R S A L E : by ownor, 4 o o d r m -a n d den, C a ll ;j D STTnCXVE N E w b r l U 4 -M» J r o Q m _ J io m B -..W i!! b a i h t, Ja r= ilv -ro o m.-j.ifeptacatt-futtv garage. Lu xu ry living, 844,000. F E LD TM A N -R EALT0R 5 M U S T E L L J M M E D A T E L Y. ; Owner moving. New 3 bedroom, 3 REALTY A T T R A C T V E B E D R O O M H O M E.w llh taroa iradliionaiiy styled living room and dining, price reduced to 8ell )3,500. Lynwood Realty * *10 Blue La k M North 733-9H1 Jack Bishop R.J. Schwendirnan Harley AAathert 7J3a4/3 MkaGray i m 1043 Blue Lakes North Rick Savage N E W 3 bedroom brick home in country. M usi see lo appreciate. /i acres or more f dvslred. 3 miles west, 1north of west 5 points *7*. _, stove and range hood ElectrfC heat. No money do\mi. Pay closing ~<r05j334 5* HARRSO? REALTY M M E D A T E PO SSESSO N Corner lot on Preslden Street. Fireplace, total ol 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Vacant. Good value lor 818, squar*-teel, 3 large becirofflp carpets and drapes, garage Brand new. 833,900. DO Y O U want a new S larcralt home? We help get than rent catltsi 938?"*" H o m a t F o r S ja it easy wten you laue a tree. Tt\is desirable properly has rult treesi rfaroen spot and rrigation water. -T h e neal home has alum inum siding and 3 M droom s (3 up sta irs). Gas heat and garage. This t a laroe package" for only 810,500. Dont wait lo call. R e MLETT E A L T V Please Celt (anylim L-) Btainp Anderson 733 l&j7 Dave Ham ieti, Broker Consultant and Appraiser J V L must have 8tOOO«ood credit rating Car... F O R S A L E ) By owner. Split-level hom e, 3 bedrooms, la m ity room large kitchen, living room with ~ iire p ta c e.d o u b i after 5 p.n F O R S A L E : Nice bedroom homo lu ll b a sem ent w ith finishefl bedroom, large yard. Good neigh borhood Michigan Street, Gooding deal for child day ci-ntcr, close lo H a rm o n -P a rk, 3 bedroom home and 7 other buildings Ttits lovely home is decoraled and built lor entertaining, 4 bedrooms, rcc roomi witn fireplace t has 0 spacious, lot DOxlSOand the back is enclcftcd lor privacy One acre, 3 bedroom home with ruit trees, completely cncod Piier- Now equipped doctors office with two oxaminalion rooms, small s u rg e ry. X -ra y. la b o ra to ry, recovery room, reception and private office. This is a very good nvestment property al After hours:.m ike Sinis Roieta Vineyard Laurel Laltman * Ted Smith Coorgo Gouid 733 9*43 A R E Y O U L O O K N G FO R A H O M E W T H A L L T H O S E E X T R A S Y O U H A V E A L W A Y S W A N T E D? Spacious 4 bedroom brick homo lor ideal fa m ily liv in g and en le rta in in g. Soriken liv in g and rarpily room s. 3.lull baths, largo c o u n try.k itc h e n, b e a u lllu lty caroetcd artd draped, finished basement wilh recreation room* -t-sho pr-3-car-o araget-palio, lenced lor horso availat deal location for p ro lesso r, business or prolessional m an. Call lor appointment , 733 5*91 - -G O T T A L O T T A KDS- O u y l large older home with 5 bectrooms, 3 balhs. big kitchcn. large dining, plus a breaklast nook. and when you aro not eating or sleeping you can spend your lim e in he large tivlngroom with fireplace or he largo family room T A K E T H E P L U N G E nto this lex 34 sw im m ing pool. Then have a B B Q o n the beautilul patio surrounded by g/ape stake lencin g o ve rlo o k in g gra c io u s landscaped back yard. Lots ol privacy. When you are d ry let 3 baths, a kitchen, format dining room H iv i n g room with firt-place W o ito ito o w ista irrto trw iri nnd spaciaus lam ily room, rec room, fireplace, 4th beoroom ano bain bbubie carport, storage All this.and N E location too J A.PsAULSPs r.la U YO U B R C K 4 bedroom Norlheasi area. Fireplace. 823,500 A C E R E A L T Y 733 H17. CLOSE N T H E P R C E S right. Nice 3 bedroom home, close to shopping and schools. 813,900. Easy terms. JOHNSTONE REALTY 433 Norih V<iin (Across trom Sears) 734 4*** PQb Jones Caiianyitm * FO R Y O U R best buy n real estate ro o m in g house, fa rm s, residences. L E S T A T ewesf Cyndy Erlckton... - Betty Milton Res *03 Dennis Smith Rbs air conditioned. 844,000. T W O ito ry 5 bedroom excell«il location.. S SA U N A,.3 bath. 4 a drb o m. patio bedroom home. FELD TM A N -R EALTO R S Pat Sha.U is h a w. Lila McKinney Atda4lrono At AAargan * *9 C A N T PASS U P Owner said sell Pricc/d reduced lo 817, mmodlofe possession, 3 --u p lp t. bodroom s. iarue! -lu e a r -ly -n e w -s p lii_ lo u a l_ AAor.i- n inoside-s cho ol District. Extra Sharp Double carport. 837, T H N G! W w W. perlect for the couple just starling out or winding dow»i. Shows like a model w ilh its candy stripe car iting. stove and rolrideralor, and the back yard (here s a garden candy stripe ( J O B D R O O M, F A M L Y rbom.iparl K M B E R L Y, 4 bedroom brick, R E A L T Y , Homas For Salt : T R A D E W H A T Y O U H A V B FO R W H A T.V O U W A N T. R O C K Y M O U N TA N R f e *, 113 North Main.A fta rsp.m.p hone Willard Price/ 733-4*00 3J o o t o f T o u H q 4 b E D flo O M H O U S E n iw ly car- Jerom e. 334-S43*. B U H L. R E A L niceiarge 3 bedroom home. P a ri basement, jireplace. Jerom e, now 3 bedroom Split level home. T h it is a- beaulilul home w ilh all he extras. Call Gene Hopkins 543 4*45 or l:a N 0 O F F ic E O F O A H O R E A L T O R S *. room, 3 blocks ro m con U.S TO C K M b N -. R E A L T Y *00 South L in c o ln, Jerom e 3J N E W 3 bedroom all electric built-in r a n o down, pay closing eostt. 34 Raal Estate Wantad le S to id l DO, CalTJornla - area of W O R L D W t O E - N T E R E S T Approxim ately 6 acres at busy_ intersection ol 3 major oil com panics Zoned C T with over *40 on Highw ay 395 Has 30 unit motel - Bnd-pool O n lr ln u le s -to -n e w t y opi>ncd 1800 acre SAN D E G O W L D A N M A L ZOO #nd proposed recreation lake. Will trade lor good productive ranch Owner a gent, Geo. Askelson. 503 W. Felicita Ave. Escondido, Calil or ca ll 17 14) evenings» Parma <> R«ncti«a.la v a ra l L a r o c C a lll* ra n «n a f, a r n M * M l*, pasture and feed. Priced right. Call DH Peters. - (evenlno }. Foldtman Realtors *33Sho«hone&.N U 0 A C R E S. 75shares water, ideal for stock. Close n.. 830,000 C L E A R L A K E S A G E N C Y, 1114 M ain, Buhl. Phone 543 *4*4. Evenings tto A C R E S N E A R Je ro m t-o w n e r. crappletlmus! ( ,0* ON A Clear day you xan see m any miles rofn this 45*0 acres on a sunny Soulhern slope 900 acres under cultivation wilh more to be cleared You should see this before the crops harvested Call Joan. S chwari #15 5*08 or L A N D OF F C E O F D A H O R E A L T O R S l# 5 := :A C R E S _ V ia i> l_ c x t c U m * - bedroom home, corrals, barn,.com bination macrine shed gara ge A b u n dance ol w a te r. Phone lo E A L D A R Y place. 7i acres, 75 shares ol water Seep stream 0 R E A L T Y,-130- Broadway u t h. Buhl Phone «E -F A a A A o a H ia tiw a y 34 e a ft of Paul Could be suitable for good dairy location Contact Richard M a y, Paul, , Acre - new dairy barn, very nice 3 bedroom nome, good out b u ildings, Southwest ol Jerome. buildings, 8*50 acre. 640 a c r e s - Northwest Dvhl. 3 Jwmos; gdod buildings, terms. A ytnlt loi Biffol Homat BAEY ROBERTS _..:_._RE-ALTY 1020 N o rth B l. - -lo h l l- win folli, llioho Phona 73 T G le n n U a rio n E K o o G o o o h Lo w e l lw ills D.ir r e ti O r n k i, E d ben c h R u b y E d n io n s B d a.b o x Li!S Pip i-r n i 305* S3* i*51 7]J*S* * B 34*4 U6.36S9 6tB A C R E S, 4 J miles from Jerome. 3 bedroom older homo S TO C K M E N S R E A L T Y 600 South Lincoln. Jerom e $, S735, o u o o tao acre dairy in Hagerman - V iv V s " - HAGERMAN REALTY JohnLeM oyne l37-4**3 OobLaurason ai3 Pill H o rn a d a y 137 **35 T i i u h w a V t - b N T A G C 7i a J;, 86S,0(10 Gene Connor,- 19 or,kaynarrispn Realty, O A C R E S N -Je ro m e County, 435 cultivated and rrloaled by deep - w e»p u m p jla la n c e b ru s h land can po w ilh row ~?ap~drltveifoek,0 0 & irnierous gpod ouibuiidinoi, inani houses arvi a -v e r y -Q t u d.. lain home. Priced al 8375,000. _D R YDEN.A G EN C Y, 334 J i U 403 5o: llncotn evaningti or JE R O M E, M k H O, *

20 Bsnegias yourpheiiel C h eck, th ese c o lu m n ; fo r d e p e n d a b le firm s, quick s e rv ice F * rm i ti Rinchii n Builntit Prop«iiV 8 U N T M O T E L. S room homo, 3. A c u a o t i L L Q l l. 40 A D D S O N n3-344j, 44viacroii- Nico J bedroom llomtt. 3, (rflciors. m ow or, plow, benft dritk, cumlvator.ind sproadar. Doautlfut land- SS.OOO,,«S smflro* ol waior. JOO A C R E S, 2.t>odroom homo, lull DASem cnt. boautiful firopla co. LAOd. lays flood, production Above avorago. WO A C R E S, tu» wfttor riaht, 7... > 1110/ PJ1U r0 ii prpvem cnfi, Laroe whoal a ol ytor ilo c i hartrnnm homo, and nf», L J. oj)or.iled-as d A lry U la rm. Jflo.poo down, or W pcrcent and COnlrAct with sollor BO A C R E? ; ,. 40 ACHES. iil.soo. T H R V N G B U S N E S S, drive in localedon Kim berly Rofld n Twin Falls. U S,000. We will bo pleased to -ohor thl» to qualified buyer, jl s A C p r lr A C T S a ro m C -d C c a. r T n s r e r o r t i t loahon water with each trrt. Close :.TS»,n00p»r Acro. Eslhcrr Ooylc ArvillA Robbins < > 5.- G iiir flv n i Je rry Robbins F R S T T M E ever offered lor sale 175 acres choice row crop fa rm, lull water right 2 m ilw ccmenl ditch, real moii(irn home. Lots ol oul buildinos. oood lonces. Call D a v e L u ll , H Arotd -.-COil«tnt_Z3a.3400 o r L A W O -O O F M tlq R E A L T O R S U 0\itin*»s Propeiiy NORTH BLUE LAKES FRONTAGE t lildino..>11 bl.tcli lop. LeAAOYNE REALTY- O Y O W N E R : 5-10 aero home iiio t. Joromo area. Easy term s, phone 334 B006, L L M P R O V E D llo flc ro in e a r Filer, Hioti stare of cultlwatlon. h a c k n e v a g cy ;33 4SS0?3] tO» 3)3 Shoshone North Ace Johnson E d Drown Mflrtov Williams L O T Z O N B D fo i duple * jn ju iu illo n l location TOO A C R E S good land, 100 acres cultivated, good water rlghls only t4s,000. Also 160 acres. Close to Joromo, good o ulb u lld ln g s. P ric e d at U5,000 C A R L B U T L E R r a l j c y ~13CE SSfWan ~ Jerome 324 0) Y tiu > va n i a now StArcralt Aomo on 3 3 acres of land close to Tw in ; W A N T T O O U Y acre.ioo. Have nico 3 bedroom home in Kim berly to, trade. 423 S367.,. C H O C E W-ftcrcsrtjeautitut tromo, nicely landscapcd. Close n. A C E R E A L T Y P 5 ACRES in Buhl. All in pasture. lt<ncu(l.-nico-old8r.jiomu.dndjdrm.. bullrtinns..owner says bnng n offer J O H M S T Q N _ E R E A L T Y Across rom Sers " Mobil* Homti )9 7 )M A R L E.T T E M O O L C Home )3 u/llh fl M )9»w n«p rin. Live d n A ExpAndo n frw rpom hi. Phono 733 f t r o r W C M r rn. Tar t i 5M3. n i r r Y o c m t i o w c X K \rm. cold w ««t h 0r comes, rt price with t h e purchase of an awning. Call n o i Pelerten 734-4SB5. 3 C S D R O O M )0* H SO mobile home. Attached 0 x )3 insulated storaq room. 0 X 30 covered porch, So«a1 Villagp Mobile Hbmo Park, SpAco 37, KTm berly, nquire at 6SQ Lake, Km bofty SiS, )969 A M E R C A N 3 bedroom fur nlsbcd mobllo home, carpeted, sklrteb," air conditioned- 734 )837,!iA _ l.o A N S ::ifln j_ m Q D ltn := n D m»» Available with Hacienda Homes, n c, S K Y L A N E M O B L E H O M E PA R K Now Open Heated svvimmlng pool sau n a, e xercise roo m, clubhouse, patios, storaoo stieds. boat and c a m p o r p a rk in a, sidewalks and paved street. Large )7. )4 or double-wide spaces. Call )1, or H O O R S n O D CAN rea lly be a tj.illl loqw for it in todjvvi Clitijllicd A«ls.. _ 1964 N A S H U A )0 x SS with <7 x )3 living room o m ando, also 7 x 30 -*?ack room. Excellent condition , 7 n t O R O O M A jo Q ll E h o m e ready fb Tn o v * i»tf.-h U u «-lo -tu o to ap.- pri,ci.»tc Phono O V E R S T O C K E D. M U S T move imm edlalely laroe inventory ol mobile homes. Make oiler A A A D is co u n t, Je ro m e, South of Tppucw arg -.. )964 F L E E T W O O D mobile home, 10 X 57 9 expando. 3 badrqom. furnished. " Phone ) 2 B E D R O O M lully lurnished mobile home, excellent condition. Av<iiltiuiL> irnmedlatelv 733 6) S. E D S M O D E L A R E M O B L E H O M E PA R K Now re.tdy lor occupancy )3. 14, uuuljiv wide units, gas," phone, --t d b lf.-rc c rc a llo n -b a ll 3)7 -S ouih- Ulvd w est. Jerom e or 374 S740 )969 V A R DO )3 M 60 with 4 foot Expando n front living room. 2 A t W A Y S B B i m B U Y S A t... l A G C V A L L E Y, M O B L E H O M E S QQUfltE-W<0 &- 3 i m ilos W e st o f W «i f 5 Pdnts Phono M F L E E T W O O D )0 x 57 loot, W as S3995 While t Lasts.,. $ SMPSONS < * > - m o w l e homes PARK 5ilES;P*Rrs -SBBVCE SEE M p O lf HOMES 4 W.det Ooodmore Lj-S-B cfltw ood. (joad S*/o(/,o.i. _ 1 Cudipeii Slu<U.l... - Ruporl,daho - Raris & -Service Ollering Yo v, 1 oncj 2 bcdfooim * oil appliancsi ncludino dithwottier ond dupoial cijipflt ond d(ape\ *.Joundry fin* londvcopmg pool * oif con dilioning *-%olli-in cto»al» j M s b lla H a B im» F u r n l t h» d A p t i, a D u p U» i )97) O R O A D M O R E 14 x all oiectric. a uedroomt. H i bath*. Kfrnberly. Key at Space No. 5. l m * T 7 i r r r 3 o e d h o o m : li.boo equity, A itu m t balwico. No. 33 uaiofii.v. r«j. Hobton T ra ile r Court, Heyburn O E A U T H J U L 010 SKV mobit*momo, 16 M 70. Small equity, take over contract. Space Mo. 4, Sky Lana Park, Tw in F a llt. C a n b o - seen evenings after 4:00, F O R S A L E ; 8 x M A m e rlc an tra llcf- G o o d -c o n d itio n. 90 per cent p ro p a n e. Co u ld be used for cam per, Rjon# ,, 1973s A R E HERE On Disploy Now x72 Alta Ffoni Kitch«n 3 Dedroom... Dalli. Mdium Oalua* Furnivhed. Slock For mmodialb Oelivary $9595 B R O C K M A N S r t r a i l e r S A L E S S. Mam. AcfOH From Thoiien Molof» rw.n foil* tli ond Ovprland. Qufloy yv* tiddt Qf C<Wi, fotniluit A lollt M K C K T Y... BAKiR\H ; FNE H O M ES ond PLEA SURE CRAFT P artv - S u p p lie s Service ]7 YEARS SEHVNG MAGC VALLEY 412Addii?nAvfi.. W. R E F R G E R A T O R S. w ashes, d r y e r s, ranges Reasonable rates 30 years experience, Ciill SHUMWAY appliance R E P A R, 733 6)67. K E N S F U R N A C E C L E A N N G RtU idfd BroLhy. n e w -o w n o r. P A R K S A N D SONS ), Com m orclal and lesidentlal hauling? Containers special hauls inside o r ouklde city limits : : _ r r -, ~ : - «K iu ia ra urotny- n e w -o w n o r. r inrtntctrrators.-freerers, l-v?33-666fl-euwwnofc#ilev-j8. 1_ - - >«aih«r-s., - d r v a r s, -! V ERN S APPLANCE O F P A D 711 ajs Pilnr * G ra vel. Top Soil Q ualliy offset prlntint) at low prices. Quick Copy Center -))7 5nd S West. 73J * " A r f tnitructlon G R A V E L, fill d iri, lop soil within m in u te s, tro m tow n, ilte o - supply. r u n r» Q K w c T o t r T T T s 3 o lr v w «r " 7 3 r ij M r f )h -W a» t Starts September 9th, Call 733 j : ;.?! ": / Refrigeration Awnlngt i Home Builders s ta r Craft Homes, delivered on Hoaials _ i_....1 in n cii> ; T R E E T O P P N G and rem oving, m Fre e estlmatei and insured, (18 or any tim e, Z T O W N A N D C O U N -T R V -T R E E S E R V C E 2 O m C r K - T f t E B - S E J U a i 2 Now doing: M e c h a n lc a ~ T re e -B - topping and rem oving, All _ lim bs cut and safely lowered h y d r a u llc a lt y SAve XV. Z O V E R S T O C K G R E A T R E D U C T O N G L E N Q R O O K )x64 Was <8995 N ow v m. G L E N Q R O O K )3x60 Was t77s9 f}»*rook 12Xfll :W a7ui09.7a- Now U A A D S C O U N T So. of Tupperware, Joromi )9590UDGER E X P A N D O h J O M E 3 bedroom-h6->t 37-t3500-<umtnnTd7 _» unfurnithod. Phone M A G C V A L L E Y A W N N G CO vour lot Samples at )0)7 Filer =ree estimalcs glfldly given, *Ave W )) S TA L L A T O N , -- Bakery Products C A K E S A N D P A S T R Y for all S P E A L P A T O C O V E R S, C A R P O R T S, and w in d o w. a w n in g s. R e ijd tn tla l -a n d , o b tu o m M, Free estimates, j Jtnitorlar lervlce 3-4 D DuV l D S * and Contractors. Cutom Qulldlno ano RDmodlsno * Roofing - -. Rent almost anything, hour, day,, F a S. Call 67S H E A R D R O O F N G C O M P A N Y Call Vacuum Cfeaners, Service. ol>,clean residential Wendell -TO R M A N alt types in in g. c d m m e rrla l* al, business. Phone Do*t Service _ Ja n r~ M B n? ijry - and G v in ru d e O u tb o a rd m oiors D U D S. M A R K 1)63 ) Lakes Dlvd N, Lawn Co nilfuch o n N E W L A W N 5 planted! Free estimates. Top soil, te rtlliier. D a ik tltt. le v e lin g. M e y e r s Landscaping M 8, M C O N T t A C T O R S spravino our-speclalltv. - - Root spraying our*speciallty, ponm nuuiuci yo u r ro o t, airle&s sproinq. - A ll iyp e s- special c o a lin g, r o s ld e n tla l,- cnin mercial Free estimates 369? or /0, _ J M a.navo. Easj " E L E C T R O u x P A R TS, bags,, service. V A C U U -M C L E A N E R S O F D A H O. 3nd - j - D u e Lakes. Well D rllllna n O U C Y a. H E N R Y - Tw in Falls n ina< A tt Livestock Wanted. i uo! C Sewer Service \ 5446, C a rn t Cleaning B G E L O W K A R P E T KARE T h» M t l Cleaning, cost* no m o re. S T E A M C A R P E T C L E A N E R S, Phone , L w k im H hlna Bonded Locksmitti, Safe a. Lock Combinations Changed, Keys. - R A V E N -S S ew or S e rv ic e, Septic tank sewor line cleaning. Poyver equipment, ree nspection o53. R O T O R O O T E R sewer service,!.s e w e r lines and septic tank cleaning. Also, all t y p it of e «A v a flo n, 733-3J4)- or 7M Shirnqnino W H ER E A L L K N D S O F saws and rouior t]lts Sharpened. Also, scissors and, k n ive s, S H A N E S S H A R P E N N G S E R V lc fe th Avenue North tick Room Bqulpfnenl Mortey to loa> value, J a c k i K lm b K ly Rd,.7J3 = Oetl Food n Tovm. F riendly ehlclenl w a llr e w *. Russell D ra e rie i. Uplielslery anything ol yalue J a c k i PfwnShop 1517 H O S P T A L B E D S, wheel chblr> _ w». 1 k r». c r u f c h B».. convale sce n t a ld» a n d.1 For rani. C R O W L E Y H E A L T H,. C A B E C B N T B R. 9 p A d d lto n A vt, W p kdb LEM S PEOPLE SOLVE..J Thayra at n«a ln - * -Aua Unrlh - Ī 34 hour Color Photo Procatilna A M D a o S C -P H O T O. -9 Lincoln, Jarotna; 3}4-<2737. j T ra ile r MifctiM TR A *;BR HtTCWeS ar»tfbfak»t! nitaliad, e q u a llttr and other. Pair Service. 7fti Main Avenua West, T w ih P a tli. Phone 733. FOR PEOPLE E V E R Y i i i i n L w w a r k a m M )9 a 9 M A R L E T T E 3 bedroom, roni room tip out, <600 equity, assume»94 a month p a y m w ts - l o n e t b r e t f t w r t N e f - 12 WDE FLEETW OOD? (Todroom ftoni living_boom wilfilofoe wintlovmk Curpeting Oeluae opplio * L fjr M G B L E. w i T V y H O M E S R 3 9 K im b e rly Rd O P E N 7 D A Y S 9 T O 9 ) l P u m lilm t f 4 U n f u m H e u t M FO R L E A S E n Jerom e, 3 bedroom home, extra bedroom n basement, t)4 0 p iu > u tllltie i. 1 year lease ). M O D E R N 1 bedroom housa, re a r ql lot, m m ed la tt p o ii«s «[o n. No pets, raferencaa. 7S. 13)) loth Avenue East. Phone N C E C L E A N jlw d ro o m housa on ana kcra.o n a im a u cm ldi no t\ouu p e ll. R ife re n cal required, tsoo. A v a lla b l* Seple m ber 30th on -U v l n a Avenue Tw in F a lli. Phone Lavlna Avenue Tw in pr OR R E N T m odern Sbedroorn h o m ta n d tm a ll ( «r m «c r M g e v M ll. lencad n g r a n and allalfa twenty m ln u tat from T w in F a llt. N c t ram lly llvlih) «n d icai>lc tettlnp. Ovunir laiu ln o area l«r ndallnlfa. period. W ill m a k e.a ltra c tlvto lla r t o - p rtfpe rlv ijua lh le d and rele ra n ctd p a rty. f ntareited tend na m e, a ddrasi and phont number to T m a i-n e w i Oom V -). J p B D R O O A X U k u fv home, theaii location lor leate unfll ju n t 1, 197). Refarencei raqulrad..phone , ir R E N T! ilg rid jt tpaca lor c r b Q it-.c a ll 733-S733. Available now , nights. S M A L L F U R N S H E D apartment torre n t. Eld e r preferred. Just- A-M erc lnn M lic a lls n M U l Per Salt 3) N C H LA W N O O Y m ower, e x celle n t c o n dition, g u a ra n te e d, t39.9s At Cains M3 7TH. -E U E C J -a O M l C - A k C y W i J J if t : 71 b y S p e rry R A M, digits, w ill add, subtract, m u ltip ly, divide, transpose, ac- cum ylales, constant. DSS. Phone M r. Howard, ). R E N T E R S. W a h a v e N E W W >Jobraska Homesteader w in d m iin io rs e weather vain. 94fl F a ir Street, Duhl. SO. F O R S A L E i Potters kick wheel, fire brick, 350gallon.propane tank. Phone q3_BALLS_AVENUB-W oit,4-.3j WOWashor_JU.-LArgiL.b«lne basfl. Ptiorte 73T3853, B E A U T F U L EXTRA larg e b e d ro o m, fire p la c e, c a rp e te d throughout, utllltlos. references, adults- )403 Rth Avenue East. U P S T A R S A P A R T M E N.T... niiddle aged bachelor. Deposit required. j)3 4th. Avenue E a st. -7 U E D W O O M u n rm 8 rfu rn iin «a,~ n 6 pets. Phone U n f u r n lt h «d P i> p l«x t i T H R E E fto O M S d Oath, water and heat, Elderl 34) 4th Avofuo E F O U R R O O M S, B A T H, p o rc h, g a ra g e, r a n g e, re frig e ra to r, adults,-no pets. Phone ). \ D E O R O O M A P A f t T M C N T o r r c n t October )st. O lder «d u Lynwood Manor F33-3 J p APARTMENS 156 M A U R C E S TR E E T H N E G K Q O R T rie d Olue Lustre fdr cleaning carpets? ts superl Rent e le c tric sh am pooer,. K R E N G E L -S, 3 0 -TO N H Y D R A U L C P R E S S, Master Spring Service, Phone 733 F O R S A L E ; Panasonic stereo casette tape recorder and player.. F R E W O O D F Y O U have fireplace wood, why not Advertise il to :3».000 families- m4io re<id heciassitiod ads dally. A L U M N U M P L A T E S! 3 3 V x 31" X cenls each o r S cents )n 0 t»..0 t_ i0 -o r_ m o re, See G erry Vhite, Tim es-n etm S,Tw in F a lu - P O O U.. T A D L E S hom e and co m m e rc ia l a c c e is o rie s..sales and Service, Jam es Clark, 7J3-S601 after 4 p m, *. 3 Y E A R O L D Parsain Ambassador E -F la l Alto saxophone with c a U. 1)75, Phono N E W Y A M A H A pianos, usad plaam, Y a m a h a a u lf a r s.v L H J record ptayers. W A R N flb M U C - - )3 ) Shoshone North LO S T brlght -carpet c o lo rs restore them wlfh Olue Lustre, D AN O N S T R U M E N T frial rental C o n n B ljn e t 4 - Qundvu A r l l t V i Y a m a h a. 133 Shoshone -straet Norlhr W AR N Eft-lW UR Cr- E E N A W A L T S. R o o m i atr fd ir ditioned, d o te.n, p rivate en trance, 137 4lh Avenua N orth,, lo suit tennanti,spacmlcttlons. Suitable for Professional ofllces or ratalloutlet.- Call DlCk Maeser, im lth A T -G e m i-s la ta -n a a lly Phona O F F C E S P A C E available soon on Blue Lakes North., Phone )6 o r F O R R E N T : 3300 square leal, Buslnesi or storage. Phone 733- W a n t t d t o R t n t A M B T O U S Y O U N G m an would like to rent fa rm land. Call i W A N T e O l-a.p ta c a.lo park a-large -allpr hfimw n rnnntry Tn,1n alls area 3 «44W o F A M L Y O F 6 wanis house n lown o r small acreage with house S, 49 Mi«c«UtnMUi Pw S «U G E R T S a g ay girl rea dy lor a w h irl after cleaning c a rp e li with O lu e - L u s tre. R e nt e le c tric sh a m p o o e r- V O L C O B U L D E R S S U P P L Y.._, C 0 H R U G A T E 0 _ F P E R C L A S S lor polios, lences, trailer sklrtlnp or an y use where a good ctidaply priced material it desired. D O U B L E B K E n excemen con dillon. <75. Phone ), F U R N T U R E, D O T Y O U R S L F ShampO your owil carpal, ptolesslonal results. Renf a Clarke shampooer. with c o m p a n io n v a c u u m. D a n ner Furn iture, G O L F C A R T - fu s h m a n electric-, im m aculala condition. Phone 934- S334. tingle phase m otor, t. H w n # S T G U T O O l. bo* lo r w id e ild» t4s ). p ic ku p..(4 B E D L E R Q ln J -,JA P E S T JlY _ y a r n. canvas. Crewel.kits and stools. Hours 10:00 A,m. to 4:00 p.m. W M kdavs. Saturday 10:00 lo 13: , M rs, W illiam Oruley, 153 9th Avenue East, STU D EN TS! ia M P U S BOUND?: Ol FobtlocVsct J5 96 to S7 95 M*tal fooilockott SO 95 & Up Ball Dollom "fflmrtrftinirwbiiirsiompfli-ihqai: Reg. S17 95 Cloiooul V9 QQ. K O P P E L S B R O W S E V L LE, TWN FALS U S E D T Y P E cable and sucker rod, vejous sites, all lengths. Call 438- C U S T O - M A O e - O R A P C S a t - Avocado. M atched relrlgerator and stove, b ronie. Lawn Fur- n iture. 30 tan, miscellaneous, 733- C A R P E T S C O M E clean with our M achine. Rent H O S T t ). W ilion D a lh Tw in Fails and Jerome. -W E -H E B U L O -h v d ra u llc -J a c k s -a f A B B O T T S A U f o S U P P L Y? 305 Shothone S, South, )4 G L A S S E D B O A T. New trailer. 35 electric Johnson, tent, 33 rllle, c o ti, car cooler, bika M U F F L E R S nstalled while you w a it. Compiala m u llle r service _ 4 n 4 M < ln trw s i«m -d u a lij flc _ f «ri } >4 and pickups, A B O O T T S T 0 ~ S U P P L Y, 105 Shoshone St. South. - S E W N G A C H r f i i f t S o d t o r - ftltnutuflr-ftamnntmtlnifa.al-lhe- fair booth w ill be sold at big discounts this week. S K N N E R S S E w n G S H O P P E 447 Filer and Fillm ore WantMlto Buy C A S H FO R S C R A P M E T A L * Copper, B r a t i, Alum inum, Radlal<M-,Q»llw-ias, E tc.. H.K O P P E L C O. 153 Jnd Avenue South W a n ltd f o Quy C o p p o r O ra is A lum in um R a d ia t o r t -D a t t o r ie i i DAHO SP0NtEtlM 7Al» rrc lln C -e O rs fn C M Opon Mon Jh«u Sof n,30-s 30- H.K O P P E L C O ; T W l < fa U S B O S E - A n f l q o i t * R E D B A R N, Vi North Washington. ronware d lih *, furniture, Buy and sell. Rest «. A D D S O N A L L E Y -A N T Q U E fine China, glass, sliver )0 per ceni off on collect/ibles, B U Y N G 733-S430. V S T O U a Hoard Houta. (A irp ort Road) S. D R U M L E S S O N S call 73304S4. > CO N N T R O M B O N E, good condition, best offer. Phone after.s. V. O R G A N S A L E -. O N E S P N E T O R G A N,v e r y good ts9s TW O CHORD OR G AN tlso O N E B A L D W N Spinet t7«s ncludes tree lessons and delivery. 5 fllc -for THf 8ESrM lc» R C E H O U S E O F - W. U R U T Z E E L 175 Blue Lakes North " Tw in Falls W A N T E O -T O -O U Y -;-A used piano lor Salvation A rm y, Phone M, _ BASS E L E C T R O N C accordion. amprifier. Like new. conditloa.- Retalt cost, 11495, Sell for S before 8:00 a.m., altar 4:00, pm,. MUST SELL; Spleco LudwlojcUfT -"W T T ik * 5 = : R a d t o. T V f t S M r «0 - C r t ) 5 f -O U T tra ck tapaa and cassettes S A v e i A lta buy. tall, trade. T H E E T A P E S H O P. 3 «Main Avenua Soultt. Tw in F a lli, daho. 18 N C H Zenith color T V, fecon- - f l U o n a d r a n t t -o u a r a n l e l W H t l -. Cain s ))). -l4 -) N C H -i# n l t h -«o l o r T V r-ra c o n dilloned and ouaranteed, S198 al C ain s U 4 0 R CAStereoconsolew ith A M -F M radio. Traditional frullwood finish. E yil a n d ltlo n. m i - B h o n a - u r n lt u r a A C a r p a l U N F N S H E D F U R N T l/r E. highest quality, good selection..p.4 «n t l K l m berly-road-7m -J49S r U N F N S H E D Student Desks, largest selection, various slzet and*- m o dels. C o m p le le line of, u n finished fu rn itu re..b a nner Furniture , B A N N E R F U R N T U R E, T w in Fa)l>. 733-U jv. Riwar AucTmn:*7S? W A N T T O O U Y housa to be moved, 3, bedroom or more. W rite Box X -)5. C U T im» NBWi, W A N T E D : Usod rofrigerator> and.f u r n it u r e. Phone mihgs. S tv E R.C O N S W i l l P /»V T O P PR C E. C O N S H O P OPEN FRDAY EVEN NGS,, AND SATURDAYS 42fl No«lh_Main W A N T S -G O O O. SllaaB,lftBd-.waoDn. Phone Buhf, l3i- 40 Mltcillahaous For Salt FO R S A l E r 32 y 12Jo d t-:b iriclirig C a n Da U s e d A t A B a o u tilu l 2 De dtoo rn C a b in W it h P ra c tica lly n o R e m o d a lin o - C o m p la ts w ith 3 L a ro a Piclura W in * c jo w t, D ath, rnodari> itru c fu re w ith o v a rh a n g ln g fo o f. ro n a n d ra o r e n try. 7 - M A K E O f f E / / / - T H E f & E N - M O T - e R S Main-Ave. E. _ " r = S P O T CASH F or Furnlture-Appllancte 137 3nd Avenue W att W A N T E D : U te d lu r n ltu r a. ap> illfhces, roll <op daskt, bbby antlqum.-hayet Furniture. p llfhce hlnoi. U S ED T W N BED S com plele with m p r i f i p -i P E C E be dro om tu lle, Mediterranean style 149.9S at Cains ). EAffL V W H n C A N - w ln g b a c k sofa, v e ry clean and ekcaliant cover at CainS 733-7H1; T U R Q U O S E nylon loia and chair, both lor t59,9& at Cl lnl ). i,a R G E W A C N U T wall u n ll4 li 7. H o ld s V -n n d lc.tt40.-phona-7u 3139,... 74! C O U C H, w v flood ionatflonv tall i T O V e, t )0, ra f rla a ra lo r, 190. lewino machine, t30, wood chalr> t8, tabli>; t3. Call aftar ApikllancM. W HRLPOOL daiumt a lk lrl«rartaa- (dem o nttrator). R t d u f t d.l q, inv.es, niw warranty at M 1 v E lk lric 44) Main Avanua Baat. Open Mondaya till 9 p.m. - - F YO U W AN T TO S ELL W E L L. good raiulta wlih

21 -33Tlm M N «w t;-tw ln Falli. d*hp - - Fridayj S«p emb 15/ lfl/3 guaranteed RESUTS or Y6URM0NEYB&. PrivaM Party Cla»8ifiBd Advgrtiseri ; R * a l E i t o M Vourl>«pli ll»ael»f W«iifAd ro ro lw lia i p i r ln t«rtio n O U m i - lo o o y l) ( 1 3 W o r d. ). D ia l T OR CAUONE OF OUR TO U FREE NUMBESS,.. 5-l3-464a in-bihi or Caill»fordrS in Burliy, Rup.rl, D«clo, Paul or Norland; 536*2535 in.wendell, Gooding, Hogermon or Jeroftie; 3i in Hollijfor, Rogerion, or, Jackpot, Nevodo. 06o d T h in o * to E «t, s» O o o d T b l i t b E a t Sf C O N C O R D D R A P E S C A L L G B N HTE A p p llin c e i 30 G E R A N G E. CoroHAdo relrloorfllor, good condition Call Altor S. Pnono n 3 041S. SON All rofnaeralbrrno (reeino f r s w w r f ) s s -,? r? 401N CH FroldAiro ranoo. very nico, rocondllionod and auaranloed, t09. _*1 C a in i 733-7U Buildino M A l t f li l i S E V E R A L T H O U S A N D toot ot now lum bor. \" and J" Phone M, J33aS4\....R U FF SAWN GXTERlbR SD N G, W nooroovos., 4k8 t i9 - ts «o c iub -M.M 4-K9 -J7.9S 4mO r xOEXTEROR PLYWOOD M;; SHEATHNG BLOWS. V C D X T sh O Pliolv»4 «3 16" U T L T Y, 7S9 P L U G G E D W 9S G A L \ ra N Z E D R O O F N G 8 - « J 1 6 -»4.1 4 J - U n B- -» 4 60 PR-E F N S H E D W A L L P A N E L N G 4 " N E W Y 0 R K DQCH S A L E W O R C H "V E R A A O N T D1RCH (4 49 G O O D S E L E C T O N O F P R E F N S H E D «. U N F N S H E D )L D N G L WOLl C O L O R E D N A LS Rt5RTHW E5T PLYW OO DSALE5 > WSOKJmborlvHoad T w in Fndt, block W e tlo t Gull Station O P E N 9 flm -4 p m M O N D A Y T H R U S A TU R D A Y F R E E C O T T O N W O O D firowood You cut. Mile pa&t U.S. 93, 1 m ile South of Datlevue or phono 7BB 4A15.. j y Pet* t S u D o lle t, A K C C H A M P O N A la>kan M a le m u to p u p p le i.. A»o itu d s e rv ic e B&23464, C rathorn* O a k le y, A K C R E G S T E R E D Dachshund puppies with 3 puppies shots Phono,<23 5B17 F O R S A L E r A K C Reotstored St. Rornards. Phonu 6SS 432S, ader 4 F.D S {1- Registrrerf EnoHsh-Setti champion stock Fcm Alo, 1 year 335 Jackson. o u v m p ANP-JttlUno-Sor.inaac. ifiiitrv- t i f e r i.v c o ws by order. ZZrRHiJU«l\H.fiLAia»U5UW zaitr 47B, Jerom e. R E G S T C R E D P O L L E D HOrelord 17 H E A D dairy cows. 35 head shoop, p h o n f l x r r :. 3 R E G S T E R E D OlACk Anpus yoarlino bulls. (Sro TrU o n Aovortisod by Mon Reposa as longest bull) 733 0B9S. 100 to SO Holstein h «l lt r i on nand. Weight to pdundt. two h t l f e r i g u a ra n te e d. Eugene Ur Jerom e. >Uuoh«i 5 Y E A R O L D Ddck&kin MAro, grcon Dratrir-Ara D ia m n crw uartar c r o ssv Phono lj3.i» 4 i.- w -. FO R S A L E : Excgllent sitape, good brand saddle, blanket, bridle. hor%«cover fifwl brushes rarm mplementt >-BPeT-HARVESTERS 1 lhc.»9w.2.fow MnryaiUf will., loppdrt " T 2. JOHN DEfRE 223 2»0W Nor ve»ori willi loppsd - - FARMHAND 50 Heel Horvettcir - FARMHAND2 row Gaot Har.oMar -CaW BlNES J O H N D E E R E 55 C o m b in e M A S S E Y F E R G U S O N C o m b in s * M A S S E Y e E R G U S O N C o m b in o 196 6, 1 4 P lo ffo rm o n d 4 V o w corn ho od T R A e T e R S - 1 M A S S E Y F E R G U S O N M A S S E Y F E R G U S O N 18Q F O R D S do Rake -S t V E R A l - G O O D - U S O D "-R A N DR LLS G E M A L L T Y P E S O F H O R S E S, bouohf, so ld.- lrfldod- Plcnly..o l rancn oeldlngs. Ren Haley, 733 <UM5. A D O R A O L E A K C M in ia lu ru sch n a u rcr pupplei. NOtTTOddlno; or odor Attcf 5 p.m P U R E B R E D G e rm a n Shepherd pups One male, Ono Female weeks old A K C R E G S T E R E D Toy Poodle p u p p y W hite, 15 weeks old, reasonable Phone , U L A C K M A L E P O O D L E trim m ed and very well house trained E x c o llo n l w ith c h ild re n. 115 Phont A K C REGSTERED N orw o gla n Elkhound puppies tor sale S SO G a r* o e Sale* Y A R D S A L E ; Unuiufll, apliques, coales, clothino, lurm turc. Sop K m b e r Slh. 16th, Ulh loto 4> 450 E lm Street. September 16lh. Slartlng at 9 a.m. and u nusual collectors Hem s Please come and w e ll dicker, i want everythlno out that cant lake w ilh me. K M D E R L Y - U N C Y C L E, like ne w. ski e q u ip m e n i, miscellancout iif)m>, 62? Lake, -r r l d a y jh d -S a to r«ia y, W A Y R A D O, 2 eleclric guitars, matchcd rlgldalre, washer and O rvcrrra b btt hutch * h S. Som fu rn itu re, clo thing, vlettric h eaters, 3 Closet doors and m iscelijneous 678 Tnd Avenue East. Friday and Saturday ,M A N Y N C E A LD i5 U S. G la ssw a re, household a rtlc io s, qiill»-l.inlrr n r nthin j ]j Dorian D rive Friday, Saturday G A R A G E S A L E ; Many it«m s, 3W " Alluras Drive; Friday, Saturday September 15, Mh.. S " Oood T h irm v to E «t Oanana, Hubbard. Acorn iqua... Pru nes, parsnips 536 West Heyburn C A B B A G E, P E P P E R S, tomatoes, red spuds - Dodpnslat) 3 north. 1 west of West s Points W A N T T O B U Y 12 lars ol Ch okk h orry telly or am. Phone 7J4-403 ~ n*e 0* P O T A T D E S T r c c n «rornv tomatoes, 5 lb s, 60c. Vdnce s Stand. H iler and W ashm gion corner JJ P t i n l i. T r e t i * ShrulM L A N D S C A P E W TH Spruci- rtntl HAVE A BEAUTFUL LA W N OVER N G H T AVOD imt MUD AND H)M M S W N U CAll AMfcHCAN U U S Al O N Ol imt fo U O W N G NUMUKS S S V. Orein ft fm d b r id * d a lry hbllsri! N*ad foadlbl later. S3i3lSi.»-A C R e s -o t-ii1 e a g e -c o rn -fo r-ia l# ; Ptwnp , t4 A c r e s T lla o e corn, 1 miles ---- Be«.H>»-0«Jdincr9iM4W4*; D A S & E TS, ShlS Tiu s. Poodlas. and Huntino Dogs. Appolnfm ant (Jnly. S aw too th K e n n t* , Jarom e. P O O D L E G R O O M N G, stud ler _ y c a p u p p ies. C h e rl M iller l l, WB5t RVl.5lJ COTT1*r Kim berly ipanlel pups. Phone A K C - G R E A T -D a n e t -P o o d le s Beagles, B rl ta n ie», Samoyed. id fic ia Lo n Norweolan Elkhoundi. G e rm an Shorthtfnl A lio P o ln t p n r T o y T e rrie rs, Drlta Po o l, Germ an Shepherd. M acs Kennels i r A R T t F C ia L B R E E D N G to ADS Jarome &53, Shoshonv, BS67S07: B u rle y, ; H a ie llo n, B AK-C i A i N T Jla rn a r-d -. riupi Reaso>iaB price. Phono 53: Two_.nuri*bf.cti. Gcqpi doos 1 year old Heleady to start G E R M A N Shbrthair. AAaloM.year old. la crilicl to oood home. 5i pum p, new m nmcettjtrimtj rr REGSTERED AUSTRALAN Sti(.pt«crd male natural heelers P ro v w working parents. Phone R E G S T E R E D Q U E E N S L A N D Blue Heeler. (Austrian cattle dog) pups Phone 5* v 7a N T E D G O O D H O M E tor small Cattle iic.»d polkhi hcifcr M arch 3C»hl 2 roglstcrcd polled Vtcrutord b u lls, \ reo lstfire d Citarlois bull. Call W SC O N SN H O LSffeTN sprinoer. 30 ti> AO days from calvtng. tholsten heller and buti catvrs, 4to 24 weeks Also, cross bred calves. NTER MO UN TAN PACFC C A T T L E C O M P A N Y. N C Phono 3 ]M lg ]..P 0 i:alcllq, Tlid C A L F H E R E F O R O c o w s. 4 - Ut ca l( Hcretor.d helfer«calf this yjrar Phono 733 FOR S A l E. 33head ol dairy cows 13 holsioln. 10 Guernsey Phone W A N T E D -F A L L Pasture to rent lor Range Cows. n Kinibcly Hnscn Area fnmt be cnced. * H O L S T E N. 30m ilklng 500gallon, bulk tank milling unlit. Ptione 768 r i o i T r B R E D O L A C K AfTgui 7S-M91 P U R E B R E D V E A R L N G Angus bulls 900 tl 1300 pounds. Herd Sires aro non parlel Keystonemere and Non Parlel Qardotlermere. Can -E r a n k D r f lk c OclQtc:7_B.fn,.or.flllcrj 6 p.m , R E D S P R N G E R Holstein, S month calvy. Preo tastad. Jerom e 334- ~ 5 M 9.if t e r J p tr ti;. i;" i e V a i Red Bar F O R S A L E rcgistcrejillv. age ]. Quarter ranch goldmg Y E A R O L D gelding Appaloosa. good m arkings, had shots, and wormed, > B78 W A N T E D H O R S E P A S T U R E Sale 3 sols largo harnesses raller phone T H O R O U G H B R E D S AAares, tlllles. colls, Special, 3 year stud coll over 16 hands HOft S BS, M U l S lor sfllp Dnrfed Lyons S43 5B34 H O R S E S H O E N G. T R M M N G or Denver Fine, Filer.Alt loelg cash. n i C H A R O -J- O f to O K E h O r- sathoaing Route 3, Bnhl 5*3 S771 Sheep 10 H E A D O F Y E A R L N G white faced bucks, good breeding stock Colum bian a ndpanam a cross,-43i* S U F F O L K L A M B S eligible lor roolstratlon. 10 registered Suffolk ewe lambs 543 *753. Perm m plem eflti 3 S U R G E B U C K E T S, 3 unit m ilker, new motor, cans, cooler ? M G A L L O N D A k -Y K O O L milk tanh, 6 unil Choroboy pipeline milking machine Phone EQUPM ENT, NC. wm Follj flulil ? T K r t SFe-fVeh « Rogsr Newlon 733-3A8i JohnHill C E S S N A 177 N ew Annual 1400 T T. t7500. Call Jackpol, Nevada or Beeti! M a rin e H e m s S T A R C R A F T B O A TS C U S H M A N T R A C K S T E R J E R O M E M P L E M E N T 8.M A R N A / E R O M E, D A H O J U S T A R R V E D 1972 Fiberlorm boats Evm rude and M ercury AAolofS D U D A N D M A R K S, Your E vm rude and M ercury Dealer 1163 Blue Lakes North <ns«d«slor.agomsor-ua space tor your boat or motor now! CENTURY AUTO M O T V E M A C H N E 261 Addison Avenue West T r e v e lt re lle r t F O R - y m r E a R r u A t y E T T J W SecurltyCam p T ra ile r, S /i tool. ) A R S T O C R A T T R A L E R Si imm ediateiy after B p. C tre A N -O -O a s is.com ple toly self- conlainod w im toilet and shower. Ptwno U S E D S P E C A U 1970MOMAD V l Soil Contoinod -S P E C A L, 2995,, - lool J8p9K.mfaflrjy Rd O P E N 7 D A Y S 9 T O 9 " A L O H A Model ftiv fomov qurppe.d with Qoi uiikjp, lurnocp, mor*omonf \e1l contoln n l *0(1*1 \lfrepi 6 boooiilul conrlifior. r n.td Out 1?.oil urid 110.oil Motor Homes 13 M O TO R H O M E tor rent- D a y, week or /nonth. Phone M., Auto Service P ir it ft Accetiorief C p M R L E T E 305 G M C onglno.with bell housing clutch. >300. Phone 336 S evenings. Cycles ft Supplie* 1970 H O N DA SL beautiful condition. Will skcrlflco for >350. Ptiono , FOR S A L E ; 1973 Yam aha 175. Good condition. taooor best offer. Phone days, Plonoer Trailer Court, L4 No. evenings. Truck s C U S H M A N. T R A L S T E R, -i horsepower, excellonr condition, ja 3..C fllu M.9 4 M ; FO R S A L E ; 1969 Honda 90 SL with 3 m otorcycle helmets. >175. Phone after 4 p.m Y A M A H A Enduro. low ilo a ge, exce lle n t c o n d ition, any oktras c i-5 p e c d D R id G E S T O N E C H lu l Mlni t r a il, e ncellcnt condition. Phone UKKRS FNE H OM ES and PLEASURE CRAFT Poili Sopp/ioi. Sfljvice 17 YfAffS SERVNG M A G C VAU.V= 4T2 Addison Ave.. W, Cem pers. LONG. b M c cflmpcr, laclory m<idr. gfiod condition 1450 Phonv ai744p3 Hagerm an F O R S A L E. >lomu m ade cartipor. ice box. 2 beds, chemical toilet >150 Phono or A L U M N U M O O AT-.-u s»d -4 o r-5 tim e i Dough lor >215 will sell lor >125. Phono Sporting G oods G R O V E S S P T F R E custom target bow 38 pound 66" tapped lor sight. Make reasonable oiler H U N T N O i P E c i A L : R c a iic ra ; wrdelield 4 power scopus, regular > >49.95 Tasco guaranteed scopes 4pow cr regular > > gun powder bulk 65 cents a pound Once lield brass 3 cv n tk -u ath. B rand.new am aijng gun slock polish regular >1 50 a boltio now >100 Hunts Kim berly S H O r -G U W S, Am-nTOniTTD»T7TM/nThO e q u ip m e n t, bin o c u la rs Reds Tra d in g Pos ntngside Drive, Tw in Falls. Wolly worm s, d ry fly, hair (ly T R A C T O R repairing, all makes. Sae: Tom Dolingar or Bill Holman at m o lyneu K m a chlr>e ry, 1983 Floral Avenua D A H O T R A C T O R salvage Cash lor used tractors. Used p a n s at big discounts FO R S A L E : 10 all Steel W illiamson f rain and beet Qed without hoist pyd Patforson ownCastieforO;-Phon * R O W J E M C O tc e i t\a rves to r, rbwtinder, good condition, topping unit Ptiono U E E t D E D silage elevator with ele ctricm olor. Doth (air condition, priced rig h t.-m o rris Carlson N T E R N A T O N A L tra ctor and semt. Rebuilt m otor. Oood fires 5 speed and 3 speed. 3} ROW B E E T H A R V E S T E R with row Under. EMCallent condition F O O T L O C K W O O D Spud bed. excellent condition, Call C U R L.P C K U P P O T A T O C O M B N E S. M-.n Jn )jcr> wilti wtr.diowe H O N E. D A H O FALLS F O R S A L E Ono row Gchl corn head, okcolloni condlllon, >7S. Caf TW O ROW N T E R N A T O N A L Beet H a rv e s te r, good condition. Sprinkler system, motor of panel, m inijnruflnd-hflniljln?. P ip jiin " mllkor with pump (3 unit). Ca H O R S E. K lm lw iv.. D rivi), T w in Falls. 54\61S1 lo r ren t. B R U N S W C K, Delta and T H E A pool tables, accessories. Salat and W v lc e. James Clark after 4:00 and weekends. S H A R P 1970Ski doo, 640 TNT. newly o v e rh a u le d Phone daytlmo evenings JO E S O U N S A N D Sporting Goods, A ll popular makes and calllber. Rfla, shotguns, pistols. Opan 7 - a.m. to 11 p.m. 7 days 761 M ain Avenue West. T w in Fails Phone P A R K E R S and hunors. 3 grub boxes. 7 wide air matressrs. 3 Jirp i Snow Vehicles Johnsonand Polaris Snow Machines in stock NOW at C E N T U R Y A U T O M O T tv e M A C H N E Travel Trailers F O O T C A M P E R, queen slie cab o ver, gas stove. ce box, water pum p. ntercom, sleeps 4, on 19&5 Forci j ton Pickup with 4 speed, air, radio, heavy duty shocks and springs wlll-etl completo unit or camper separately after N T E R N A T O N A L DUS made nto ca m p c f Good condition, 831 Park Avenue G O O D 8 Sturdy Built cam per shell lined and insulated, > e ve n in g s C A O O V E R C A M P E R Like now, Sink, furnance, lighis, sleeps 4. Phone,334 A365, Jerome W73 9 SPORT K N G C aw e R 6 sleeper, double Mnks and turnace Phone tt PCKUP Suxwi.cr 51H75 20 StlF C O N A N td Joi iuiior OSLERS TRALER SALES t)qq jiquth L.ncdln 7 C A U O V E R cam per 3 burner range and overt, icebox, pressure water system 1lOor 13 volt power, sleeps 4. Well built. Jack& n -< O d M 7T4-3B5tn»fbro TTOO a m alter 5 p m 7S Motor Homes toot Cabana f l o r Home, lik e n e w, o n ly 11,800 m iles Sacritice See at Uakers Mobile Homos K E N S K L L T R A L E R. CAr pated. good condition, sturdy easy pulling. >9M J 3 F A N LLJk U R Y L N E R,lik e new. low m ileage, twin beds, fully self- c o n t»ln a q,,. e a ,:. O H A T R A V E L features, %M9i. Phono B. W ilk in s T ra U a r Salas. Gooding »9. Call tor ras frva tlo n i. P R C E R E D U C E D.3 3 Aloha telf. contained,, well equipped. Phone a lle r-ir dltlon. >3,000. Pi Stool construction molomitab H«rboy. SUPERO R l - C M S See il N ow A l WlLLSMotorXoT 236 Slio\l.on«Sf W i>l "is i4 th S fv * W. 73 3y36V " H U N T E R S S P E C A L *969 Hodaha Ace 100. > HondA 90 Trail, >700_J BSA 441 Victor, trail sprocket, helmet, good condition. Phone Make offer. 334 s i r H O N D A seml chopper >31M inveslod, will lake >1495 See at 434 Taylor or af.ter Hodaka "90" l966hodaka "90"»*73 M?S Montesa 1969 "135 Yam aha 1973 Hodaka Ral V77 "135"HodakaRat 1971 "135" Hodaka 1970Honda70"Minl 1966 "650 BSA.hopper 196iYamana" Bulteco 1959 "dsoqsa W 68"3SO-Husky S oq D o n - T t r e f i Cycle nc th Ave West 733 0Q18 M O N T E S A - H O D A K A - A J S -N O R T O N R C K M A N S T E E N S N O - J E T T O R ~ S A L -B : 196B>SoiUkl-3050*. colicnt condition. Call H O N D A 70 with helmet and cycle ca rriers Phone Jerom e >04 - C O M E - S E E - U S N - O U R N E W B U L D N G A T th A V E N U E W E S T T W N FALLS USED TRUCKS V6/ HC F-1800, DUAL-DRVE TRUCK W D V3.5 5 & 4 S C O O C Powo. ilconno ttr«o W O GMC 7500 DUAL-DRVE TRUCK. 205-wB 4; b j o, o f i o w. o»,. < ; c n r i c i u i i r. b u i i i. i s i l o o o i.,., o y y 1967 HC FLEETSTAR -F1950dual.drive t r a c t Air bfolxii. DV550 dioml ongm.,. >pood mom. 3 \(/eud olon tondem, raclar equipmoni QDGE D900 TRACTOR Air bmiko, V4 rtti<jmc 5 vpccd toin D O D G E D900 TR ACTOR A.t b-ukiti V4l3cPKjmc S spircitroi,?,? ipoed, liicj. liutiof ciiuipiiioat, N«W 1965 CHEV. C80 TRU CK. A.r bt<,kci 3. speed, KDu,-j duly l wi, g(.oul 1963 CHBV. 2 -T O N loiicj ~l{i/i!lhnr bi«vb HC BCF-180 DUAL-DRVE TRUCK n 5 5 > 5 lony WU J45 Vll 5 A 3 H ) t..,nr 1958 HC BCF-180 DUAL-DRVE 145 VQ lo-irj W() 1960 HC 2 -TO N. loi.,jwb g.-u... M AG C VALLEY NTERNATONAL 259 4lh Avenue West F O R D 3 ton 194" Wheel Base, heavy duty, engine miles. Phone FOR S A L E ; 1969 El Cam ino, low dow n p a ym e n t T a k e o ve r payments , Wendell 1971 CB 750 Honda, gold, crash bar, sissy b a r, > days after Y A M A H A M oto cross, e xcelle n t shape. T a k e over p a v m e n ts.-n o d o w n Y A M A H A 350cc Qood condition,. >335. Phone FO R S A L E 1973 Honda 350 SL, 1,700 miles, vkci-ileni condition. Contact Del Outlor CS dorms after HARLEY D A V D S O N 74, r.4)tujllt anglnftrchopped, nevi(tires. - T95vOhon»-J:a3JlL5l Heavy Equipm ent 1956 S T U D E Q A K E R pickup, very good condition. 3 speed with " Avenue East, 1966 F O R D 4-wheel drive pickup and 0 ] cab over camper com bination. See at 41S South Locust Call alter 5. m p o rt S ports C e r i 1968 V O L K S W A G E N DUS Good condition. J1400 "o r best offer. Phono Dick a Dicks Barber Shop or Burley. F O R s a l e b y O W N E R ; 197l" Yellow M aida RX3, rotary, *-door sedan, 9,300 miles >3,395. Phone Je e p -«W ts e e l Drives 1964 G M C 10 wheeler dicsei See al -J93 A w c n u e -W c iu iiflqk FOR.S A L E 1962 Dodge pickup, ~ «3 9 r 3 o e -a t lv1791h a v t «u c EasT- Phone C H E V C Q L E J. io series truck. 90TOOO~m «tm ~Tjn -j-ttpw"m otor Exceptionally sh.ir\) USED NDUSTRAL EQUPM ENT JO HN DEEB BACKlOt JU JO HN DtERE R and -< ATECOSCHAPFR. SVi O N HElSTEfl -t lt T T f A t t C * CASE W/-7 loodtr JO HN DEERE Backho. 50GB CAT GRADFR i n -ELLOTTS., Ov«<lani jiv«., DurUy. dohp, Phone E t O B f l O O S T O K T - Salet fffpreienfo/xf Home phont , M O B E P H O N E DurU y Acto twin Folli Ajbo Unii3l57 Uniti 137 JO H N D E E R E 544. WO C A S E, W 7. M C H G A N. 135-A M C H G A N, 7 5 -A C A 8 6 _ a o _ n e c H n o i.. C A S E 500 Oackhoa C A T U o ra d a r a ll m e tor any new (jr lueu M u tp m e n fn e e a, ih Lo oo hm llle r n C H E V R O L E T S U B U R B A N 9 passenger/-4-% )eedf-m*uoilt-4i»otor-.- good condition, triiilcr hitch, snow tires >1495 C.ill /B FOR S A L E Dodge D CO w.th B.j Kam p Awiiy Cdtiipur. Phone M U S T S E L L Ford C a m p if Special loaded with extras, 4100 miles. Call after 6 p. FO R S A L E 960 / on Chevrglel 6 cylinder, 4 speed, At Don Urowns Safely Service Call alli-r 5-37* 5704 >350 ings, and du<iis >1450 SlUtlClJakepiCkup, >350 crtsli 439 Wakefield FOR S A L E 1972 to ro Super van >500. plus take over >109 monthly payments or 7U 4504 FOR S A L E, h u s i sell 1972 Oodaf C T T ru d u -ta ild o m.d n vo. 5 speed Wilh 7 speed axle, 413 cubic inch engine. 12 ply tires, must -sa c rific4»_* l-a ll«-»-p m -T mport Sports Cars a owner. Call after Q F O R s a l e " 1969 Volksw agm Uuu,t1.,100. Phonti » 1965 V O L K S W A O E fj U U G. baoi d e a l-lo r-i Phone V O L K S W A G E N, good don- dlllofl J or equllv end Jak* over pavm anti DATSUN F R O M.N S S A N W T H PR D E ~ 0 e o J"inffo fion~af7 77 DEAN.MOTOR C O.--. <0 9. > d A» «. s J E E P P C K U P 4 vktioel drive?" 335 C h evro let m o to r, lo c k o u t Juibs. low.iw r...l M l W yoming Street. Gooding 1973 G M C 4 wheel drive. } ion OeluK-pamt oere and w h it e r F e r - steering and pow er brak e s, a u to m a tic, hubs, V 8, ra d io, custom cab, only 6 weeks old L a NTERNATONAL S C O llt, >600 Phone " V Autos For Sale M U S T S E L L imm ediately 197» Quick Esiale 9 passenger wagon, excellent condition.oneow ner, low mileage, sell or trade 678 8i09 Alter 8 p m 1955 F O R D 4cj6or V B, automatic, chrom e wheels, excellent bu y.a t >75 Ptione 733?591 FOR S A LE 194* red Tempest. Excellent condition. Now tires, sw ndard transmission, Call FOR S A L O F. T R A D E for small bucket seats, 4 speed, rebuilt -m o to r. bqdw-in cmlt m L c o n d lt io n. C a U l4 3 47U. FOR "S ALE 1971 Ford Torino 500. Only.7,600 milos. call after 5. anytime weekwds, , 1970 F O R D G A L A X E ioq. flir, ;-conait[o n m o.vinyrro of. excellent 1 condillon. Now Micholln tires, sm a ll down and take over -p a y. C H E V R O L E T CA M A R O, Slock 396, 3M horsepower, 4 speed, new Jnyadial liros. Phono 33fB006, J FOR S A L E 1959 Studebaker Lark >40 or best bller. Phorta C O R V E T T E 477 C D engine. 4 speed transmission, BF Goodrich. radial tiroi 100, Phone , atler S p.m. > DO OR PONT\A c good m t e n o r, n o w ly reca/)ped lira s. Phone , 1966 M L Y M O U T H 2 door, automatic V 8 pow er slo e rln g. exca ile nt cdtulilion, >750. Phone 733.4A c h W s t e p n w r e R -ia L - rpasonable. Phone S F O R D S TA T O N W A G p N 390 engine, Automalic transmission, pow e r ito e rln o. new t lr e i, oxceiient (pndltion. - nquire al Caiwoll Mobile. Court or FOR S A L E : 1969 M u ile n a G rande...flu to m a tlc-p o w a r- * le e f ln»,-lll» - stearifib wtieal, radio, f Jnl!f«0i-Hhon-W -0 n z i :

22 Auifti P o t U l «A u fe i P «r S «t* T r l d a y, S «p f e m b «- 13, 197J T l m w -N i w #, T w i n F a ll i, \6» h o A u t M f o r S4 >«14 A M e i F A r U l «A u lo i r «r t a k S3 ih«rp. S«cond tmtr. 143-«15S. l o j f A W L i b U wjlh hl M rlo rm a rw W CHEVROLET CHOVBCLE. u w i n o. i i r cafdmonlnfl. Wiont ym loia S tyi. M J H B V R O L E T 4 cyllrtd«- wifh o O r d / lv «7S. Phon* 334-5)11. «C D S M L E S U P E R a, 4 cte«r.ud«n. (harp «nd n e # (* d»l«n ro M d > frm.-c «ii 7 M 44lrd»Wlmt or 374-?4S4, tvmlnoi C H R Y S L E R, auro m a tic (ra nlm U tlo n. pow*r ttaerlno. *150. Call ; 3J -4l 0. " " rm o. C L N U P T M E * O U R 6 N T R E S T O C K.. i o n 4 * l* - MLLER HONDASALES Han»*n, ldaho.msi7v P O R S A L E : 1W fo r d 0 «l» K l «, 734- M94 or M «! iss u 0 Avtfiiw M U S T S E L L : 1W1 C T Comof. im All 0,newtlroirfl9Oa.Phons,*7ff.969a. ; v w TRADES V W Squorobock -B r c e r A u i o T r d n i. A M R a io.r d M ilo». 1/2 W a r r a n t y VW Boollo C ie m a n tin e O r a n g o, 4 S p d.. A M R f ls iio O g flta n tc o d H VW Squaroback fie d, 4 S p d, A M R a d io r U V969 Chovy Pick Up C / , R a d io, 4 S p d. Shall Top, N ew W W Tiros A Mercury Cougor _~ D ru e, V in y l T o p, A M R o d io ~ N # w W W Tiro*, S h o rp H VW Bootle Blue, 4 S p d., A M R a d io N e w E n g in e, G u a r a n t e e d * Rambler 770 W agon Blue, V*8, A u to T io n i, P S _ 1 S 9 5 l BLUE LAKES tfdtltsvf»ce K lm btrly Radtf FNAL - CLEARANCE ALL- 7 2 F O R D - * PatMngcr C a r» *.Pickupi A L L " A r ~ C L O S E O U T PR CES!!,. Bill W o rk m a n FORD. THE SALES LEAbBR N M G C V A U E Y... >343 H i i t l a i,, t W. North Opan till 0 P.M. W ««kdayt P S l W L L Y 8. Chtvrolif M l Runi g r M l. naadi brahi adlutlm ant. - - U n f- e o v K ftru J i m 7 3 l4. P O N T A C OrandPrlx S. J. wjlh. tm M B n d.in o w.llrh. S M a t i i r 11th Avanua Norlti Khl. \9 U M P A L A SPORT C O U R E. C o od-ihapa..pbon* US4 i 33r )9 3.R A M O LER AUOASSADOR 337, powar ilaarlng, powar braka*. 00 condlllon, %yfi. 31S Jackun. 19M M E R c T r y axctllant. Trada for laa r \U pickup, c im p tr. Gva diflaranca M U S T S E L L ) W Dodfla th a rg a r, pow ar and a ir, axcfllimt condition. A lto 9 M Mallbu. oood condition A. 9A4 Q U C K G L E C T R A 3 U 4 door. full p ow ar, a ir contfttiontd, sa* -W a»la r o F a n -J t -lh a -T lm M -N ««* 9&4 Q U C K R V E R A, ru n varyclaan or 734 3ft?!" -NOWS THE-TME TO REAP SOME GOOD TRANSPORTATON DEALS DU1?NG ACE.HANSENHARVEST JJM l.u 5 ld -C A R A LE L 1965 FORD C O U N TR Y S Q U R E., * Station wogiin, V-fl «ngina, oulomalk ttonunijvo. po» Biifl..braltat. tlroighl atllj cuon, Wot (895 4 v»li«el dfi*o. 6 tylinijer ooqin 1963 MPALA SS CO UPE....* VO engino. automatic tontmiivion, pojwar ttoeiing, good rontpoilotion 1962 FORD GA-AXE * door, V-Q vngfna, 4 tpeed ranvmhiion. power tloflring. odo and runt good. 1963JUCK LE SAB RE,.,, * V-O engine, oulomalic lrontmiit>on. power iioeting, power btawt. (ieck hii tpecial price FORD M U S T A N G... * Slock «- 7SA, V-6 engine, 4 ipeed irontrniviion. Wut S RAMBLER A M E R C A N...V 9 4 door, 6 cylinder angina, tiondotd itontmiikion witli nidme tioudv ipme engine Work, look omhii price _.. _4_* CHEVROLET M P A L A...* door7-v-b-af*nm* and ooi, wol S P O N TA C STARCHEF....,,*595 4 door horjlop. V-D angina, oulomoilc ironinmiion, power fleering powai low price 1966 CHEVROLET BELAR... v, a ftnolfib PLYMOUTH FURY 4 doorv-0 angina, awtomotic tranimitiion, wai..,,*395 * ALL T H E S E AND M AN Y M O R E AT ACE HANSEN CHEVROLET C O R N E R O F B L U E L A K E S N O R T H AND POLE LNE ROAD. Us a Pleasure To,Do Business At Ace Honsen Chevrolet, Magic AXE Volleys leader tn_soles & Service HANSEN B l u e t a k c r B l v d r N r O p e i j f i v o n i n g s T i l 9 P.M>i - t f t S T -fj-t T t T F a T s, iaah o n e C A U!.ALL 1972 MODELS : MUST GO!! -7 2 DODGES * 7 2 D O D G E TRUCKS GM5YSLERS PLUS_A FNE SEJ.ECTON O F,U5 ED-GARS -HURR-Y-N-NOWU Bob Reese Motor Co. -T / ie D e a /e r-v o u -C a n D e p e n c/-o n " B L O C K 2 n d A V g - S Q U T K "t w i n F;A:l:S: 1973 F O R D L T D Country Squirt ta tlo n w a g on. r.cohtjltlonlnol 7J43tS P O N T A C C A T A L N A a u lp m a tlc r - p e w a r ataarlnd* bracat. 1J9J *?-43S...." 19U C H E V R O L E T Wi..fon-p ki;up,. WtV o ve rlo ad!. 197 M avark,. ccla l air. M 3 O ia v y. 19*9 Opdga ja Dart, Dart. clean, c «i oood condition- w ill olua a trea 1(T«paad-blka yillh the pur* ch a tt of on* o f th H a c a rl. CHfar V/OHKM AN Q R O T H E R S > Ponllac-Cadlllac 1964 C H E V R O L E T Supar Sport m pala, rra n y e xtra i. v a ry ih a rp, tsoo &1 Q U C K R V E R A, fam ily o w n a r, ra d io, hea te r, pow er tteoring, powar brkei.* powar lea ls, Air condillonlng. V e ry d ta n, JSOO, W4-53J4., 1973 C H E V R O L E T D L A Z E R 4- hllch And bu m p e r. A lto 1970 H a rle y Davidton 74 cubic nch, lull d re «i S. aufonollc tra h»m ln lo n. Recent rebuilt. *150or be*t offer. 734 * " T H A T S. -.. : T H S w ile K V special X 1965 PONTAC :2 _.C a lln a ".4 -d o q r-. inian, m V-Cf nalna, powar lmr ng and oulomatk rohi- mliilaii. million, radio, kaolar. J O H N - C H R S - m o t o r s M l Moirt Coit Twin Fallt Phqna 733-1B23 -- a U D S i B H.E S_ LEO RCE MOTORS Ooodlno* daho 1 9 «O O N N E V L L E 4,door, hardtop, tilt wheel, a ir condition, power teerlng, power braket, wtflte nterior, t395.. Phone "AUTUMN SPECALS " " 197LP «Troilar, 34 loot tall conloinad CHEVROET S u W to n Carryall, aulomolic tranimliilon. pow«r tlaarinp, 400 V -B engine. air condilioninq.-new tiryt.joodad.with.fliitrtii B F O RD Pickup. \/-0 engine. oufomolicj{0atminion. power tlaefing JE E P W o g o n o o r $ V-B Engine, 3 vpeed tronimiitio nowliroi. ~ 1965 JEER W a g o h e o r m «ylirt<ler-anoine.--3-ipaad ronj- minion, now lirot C H E V. P ic k u p S V8-enginer4peBd tronimitiion 1971 F O R D... $ Galamp SOO 4 door, air Conditioning, V Q engine, aiytomolic rantmillion... _ 1971 C H E V :1 m p a f b :- $ dooi.,oir condilioning. V-Q en-. gina. aulomatic iianimiiiion M E R C U R Y... $ Montego V-0 ooginc, oolomolic B U C K S P E C A L $ V ttoaguie, tiulotnbirc tranimililon, power iloerlng. air conditioning. W Cougor, XR7, Dir conditioning, load-..o d C H E V E U E... $ , 4 door. VB engine, automatic ront- (Tiittion, B U C K.... $ Skylark 7 floof, V O angla*. oulomalic trontmiiiion powar Hearing, F O R D M u s ta n g $ 1 )9 5 V-D-angina, 3 tpead trantmlition C H E V R O L E T... $ door,yvnt good C H E V E U E... Wagon, V-0 angina, autar motion, air tanditlonlrnj. $ F O R D W o g o n.. $ engine, automatic rontmit M E R C U R Y, Cornel Wagon $395 GLEN JENKNS "S 317 MaifT Avenue West John Jenkir)s Glen Jenkins Youree Motor SEHltMBER" - S P E C A L S 1971 FORD Colojie 4 door. While vwiih Greon *inyl lop, power ttepring, air condi- ; lioning, ealra t h o r p FORD LfD4 door, Beautiful Green color, rodio, power tleering. power broket, tharp 1967 M U S TA N G Blue intide and out. 6 cylinder.3->pead..thotp..(aol aconomy tpaciol., F O R D Folrlone 4 door wagon, eatra thorp, radio,] ipead rontmivtion, V-8 engine, priced lo tell 1967 CAMAROvo,<,p d trantmittion, ladio, eitro ihorp l-966-chev-r01.et-ci,...ii..j.<i.»u.a,d 1970 CHEVROLET P..1..P1/J on, reol ihqrp, V B engine, outomotic. haovy - l B U d C - C a l i l o m io-spa<;iqt,- VO, power tieerirtg. power braket, air, real n 1970 T O Y O T A 4 door ledan, 4 tpead. i dio. white tide wall tiret, eilra ih a r p... m * * * * S L 5 * Youree MotorCo. inrlccoic ZOO-AgW Kelfy-Hoolr 664 Main Avo. South Ui«d Cor Row Mqzda hos a way with wagons. Yoii fleaervii n cbq icdiihon-luom nilin V. wngond. And Mazda givoa you (hrpo; T horoa tho 60S. Yoyng ond a p o rly. u n. q drivo and umorly hflordablo. Or tho 1800 waqori. lls bio on room, long on luxoryrand M ozdo a-. J<X»3 la tho w orlds (rnt rotnrv»onqlnq_wflgqna_. procislon mnchino thnla made to tnove. Throo kinda of wagona. All kinda of room. Try. ono on (or nlzo.. *.,.. i M4i«,irol iy engine hcenieilbif MS/W4n»«r.... M A D Acf/vityqlle " 3&3 2nd A y. South. _ -B h o f it j 3 3 > 3 6 j 6 - A BBE S- SPECAL USEDARS 1971 D O D G E >orl p#mon 3 door. Bright Yellow- Gold.. dalu«a vtrtyl nlador. V-0, 4 ipaad. ancallartt (ondilion, low milaoga, W q i S339S B U C K G S 7 door tiordlop, BigHl 6loa M tlallicaluxa.-allw hlle.vinvlaao!u-v:b_ oulomalic, powar itaaring ond brokat, * O P E L -Xadatla Roily, medium Bronia, da- lu«a vinyl inlarior, 4 tpead ram- "V- */ *!- OPUB»»,- fodiol-lira*, roily whaau,.wai S795 $ h R 7 W A B L : E R Aitierican 4 door ladon, Medium SiT var melallic, WKil* lop, 6 cylinder, ai(lomolic. radio, heater, low milaaoa, onax)f the finatt uttd can on our lot. Wot J1795. * F O R D - Foir[nt-, door -hordiop.. Burnt 0(anga. with While Jo p. V-0 angina, outiimatic, powarjiaarmg and broket, aicallani While >11 lirai. W o i SlS95. $ 1971 Ch evrolet 1/3 on P.ckup, 4 wheel drive. V O. automatic, daluie cab, long wide boa W o tj3995. * S.D A T S 0 N Station Wagon/. Rad wilk Black inler ior, rodio. economy plut Wat- S1399, BUCK- SporU Wagan. Sotl Whita in color, all virtyl interior, V-fl angina, outomolic, power Hearing, tinted gloti, excellent tiret, low mileage. Wat (1495. *1483 T O ldsttrob1le -O alio-3 -d o o f-h a rd lo p,-u g h t-d lu e. V-p engine, automatic, power «leer ing ond brokat. WatSQ93. *683 J269_BUC1L Sportt Wogon, madium Titonie tollic, deluaa interior. V-8 engine, aulomolic. power tieering. low m lta a ai.-o n a o w n a rrw a rj t993: * C h e vro le t h ton Pickup, V-B. 4 long wide bo i, o good unit. W ot S0V2 8S3 1966VV -2 door.buo(cidlo,lgood. acoruimy. W a i l GoQtinental.loodad, lull powar, Arctic Whita in o lo r. W a i S *990 \ 1968 CADLLAC EDORAOO. full powar, inlif taotl, Too3acfrb7lQ hl Turquolia wlih Block vinyl top. W at $3399. ABBE URGUEM. W E R rc A N M OTORS" 7 - l i - M o i n - A v 0 r S r R 7 2 i : V M T H N K T H E s E N [ _ l 9 7 a F O R D 1/2 T O N - Pickup, we ouaronlmlka iliqrpait uwd pickup n t * country, longwlda boi, :fao V-0 angina, 4.ipaad rorvimlitlort, radio, haovy duly ipringi, brond new CQmmarclol Michalin lirat, 30,- g 000 otluol milat, ilio 1owner..: -SAVE G C - 1/2 T O N Pickup, long wld* bo», V D an- g Olna. 4 *P*ad Uqnimlttibn, -m M campar Utall. aiicallent tirai, M another thorpie. ; J j _ $ A V E :, J 1967 DODGE M O NACO H>7 MERCURY MONTEREY. ; 3 door hardtop. 3 ona blue, a real 4 door, tadon, a local 1 owner, thorpie. aicallenl liret, vinyl interior. oir condilioning, the workt, vomt., u.viuiirwi, tuiiuiiu wniie, green vinyi vinyl and one ol the niceit con vm have, p. op- motchinq Qtaen oil nylon inur- REDUCED TO. / V 5 ior," iiot obtolutely everylhlng in> 1964 KAMQER AMERCAN 3 door tadon, 6 cylinder engine, aulomolic trantmiiiion, oil blue. * FORD FABANE door tadon. owner, -newf car rada in. tmoll V-0 engine, nulomalic rontmitiion, radio ond healer. milaoge, ruly a line automobile..reduced TO , l» * «tr CU R Y _M 6 N H tlr door tadon. all while, blue top. blue molchinq irtterior. V-fl ennin«outomolic ronimiuion. power tieering. rodio, wa.iold thit ona n*w ond iltaniceone. * M ficurym 0NTEG0M X 4 door ledan, very low mileoge, potial b1u4 oultide, molching pottel blue intide,303 V-0 engine, outomalic ronimitiion. powai. ileaiing. radio, wall to wall carpeling, oil ol ike tolaty leoturei, you cannot tell tnit OAerom being brand new. -EDUCED lo. -.-,-$AVE MERCURY COLONY PARK Station wogon, an excellent older g O n ond fully equipped. Mercuryi finett with wood paneling, luggage rock, all.viny interior, 1 ownar.-niwcar ffldein. REDUCED TO * B O D S CUSTOM VSTA CRUSER Slotion wogon, a new,cor itode in. ond one ol he nicetl wogont wa ve ever had, hit wagon hat everything from eatro teoti in he rear, loctory air condmbning; luggoge rock, ei* callent whitewall liret. vocolion ready, tky view windowt. truly on eiceptional wogon REDUCEDTO JEEP WAGONEER All while lima lor foil hunimgtaoion, and equipped juit beautifully with V-0 engine, h*ovy-du»y 3 tpeed oufomolic trontmittion, power ttaeriitg. 4 wheel drive, lock out hubt. ucaiient lirei, you mull lea ihlvona. R EDUCEDTO.., CHEVROLET CHEVEUE Slotion wogon, hii intermediota lia WOOOn-ii-o-raorthorpeTaicir lent goi mileage, ili equipped wilh (oclory air conditioning, luggage rock, oil tha extrot ond liniihed in on unmorred. gold aiterior wilh _mq! hinojriny:linleriar. REDUCED TO * FORD COUNTRY SEDAN Station wogon, eicellant trontporlolion with radial liret, tmall V-8 engine, automatic ronimitiibn. wilh powar iteering. power brakei, -K E D U C E O -O 196B TOYOTA CROWN. 4 door-tedon. oil blua imide bnd eed trontmittion, all lealh- - er interior, aacaflent liret, EHCEELAT 1967 C tltvr O le MPALA door tedan, o locol ownvr. all beige, imoll V-8 engine, automotic rantmittion, power tteering..... tepucto- TO., 1967 DODGE T:)ARA 4 duor tedan, one ol the nicetl C0r«wa hove, baoulllul lullono whit, wilh baoutlftit-btot vlnyt l(\; terior, hc. everything including toclory oir condilioning. eicellenl irpowe taeringro lomntic trontmittion, power broket. REDUCED 9 * PO AC B N N E V _ Eicellant lirtl or ucond car, equipped wilh V-0 angina, aulomolic tronimiition and power itaaring, cleon Ol o pin intide ond out. 1969b U (K RiyiERA * Grond Spai ift 2 doi dor hardtop, oil jt ih ili".vinyl lop; vfhita all laolhar nlarior, hot ob( 1u,laly avarythlng ttcluding fodory oir condilioning. > ReOUCDTO.. : M A K E - 0 T F E R, ditionlng, power tlitring, -power broket, regular tyelenoina, H FORD CAAXE door tedan, all while with-blua Vinyl nlarior, V-thangina. aulomplic tontmution. encelunl troniporto-.lien, runt good, lookt goodb e d u c e d t o T * 7 *350, WMEfOJ.RXCOUGAR- 7 door hordlop. we toldhit one itt had one owner, it.lr llk n t, tpaciol gold pointtckat laott, floor m9untad oulomolic. trontmittion. vary lo rttilaoge. REDUCEDTO , MERCURY co m e t - 3 door. 0 1 owner, jet block, eicellent economy. 6 cylinder engine, ond (tondord tranimliiion, low Mlleogt piifecl for,bocv )o ichoo), jutt like 197,1 MERCURY. MARQUS BROUGHAM 4 door te<(on. Marcuryi finatt and aquippad ov-you-woul(l-aiipa(l,-lin~ ithed in beautiful rote color wilh vtnyl lop, banch leot, lull power and air conditioning; 17,000 octuol rnilet SAVE *2000 l965piym 0UTH fury 4 door tedon,! imoll V-8 angina Qutqmoit traniminion, power teer- Tng7nTicelleril cor hot runt good ond loekt good. -* * BEDUCEO TO FOfiDGAlAXE door tedan, beoulilvl light yallow. white vinyl top. all vinyl interior. fqflqiy_i nilabge, ruly a iina oulomobila.- REDUCEDTO,,.. $AVE MERCtJRY COMCT 4 door tadon, a local owner, all blue intide and out, 6 cylindai gline, tlondard tranimiiilan, the btti in economy. R EDUCEDTO. 7 * FORD GAAXE door hardtop, new cor roda Jn, and truly o nice cor, V-B engine, outomolic trontmittion.power tiaaring. low mileage, looki good, it good!. JtEDUCEDTQ. J aolOSPElTA 68 A 1 Owner, new cor trode in, very low mileage, beoulilul 3 ona, while wilh rad lop. ted lobric * MERCURY MARQUS BROUGHAM Balongtd to local builnatiman car Mercury moket, baoutilur tea-, loom graert,wllh dork green vinyl lop, powi* t*al nowar..indowi, factory air conditioning, powar powar broket, tplit front tedl, radial tir«t.. SAVE O V E R -r, * CHEVROET MPAA 4 door>hardtop, while, wilh fobric nterior, imoll V-0 fnglne, powar REDUCED TO,,. * PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA New cor trada n. il\ oil ted inilda ond" out. V-8 angina, floor.thifi, aulomolic ranimlition, at ihoip a llllla cor at youll aver REDUCED TO..,,* D A T S U N 4 D 0 0 ) SEDAN. Blue wilh block lop, block vinyl inlarior, with buckal taali, 4 ipaad.. irottimiiiion. tupar w n o m y.,. -f»eeuce&- T O... - ha -» aii*il-plae * th hrv» > tldia -bn/trtarr :701:M Cln3

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