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TWIN FALLS, IDAHO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22; 1972
? O th y e a r , TOUT Issue
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SAIGON ( UPU - The lln ited
States Carried its m arathon air
a ^ u l t ag ain st N orth Viet­
n a m 's h eartland into the fifth
day today despite mounti/ifi a ir
losses. Hanoi Radio r e p w t ^
three m ore B52s and an F i l l
fiahter-txim ber shot down today
and said it had used MIGs as.
well
m issile^ -against the
A m erican planes.
The U.S. Com m and reported
that two m orff B52s w ere sfiol
down T hursday n ear Hanoi,
along with a p a ir of Navy A6
Intruders. This brought to eight
the n u m b e r of B52s the
Com mand has reported lost
since the m assive air assaults
began last Monday. Haqoi
claim s it has shot down 34
planes, 15 of them B52s.
So far the Com mand has
listed -13 A m ericans a s m issing
and l i rescued. M anor- hSJ
broadcast the nam es of 16
fliers, m ost of them B52
c re w m e n , who it s a id w
catured. Some of the fliers He declined to speculate a s to
were reported w o u n d ^ , two too how MIGs w ere able to operate
seriously to attend Hanoi's with tJieir b ases under a ttack .
exhibition of the c aptives for
T he Indian governm ent anthe foreign press.
ngunced today 'in New Delhi
Radio Hanoi said in a th at
Amet'ican
bombs
on
broadcast m onitored, in Saigon T hursday stru ck the Indian —_
that the “ North V ietnam ese Air c hancery in H anrnrThsxe were_
Force has p articip a te d in. the re p o rts e a rlie r th a t the Cuban
downings of U.S. p lan es." A and E gyptian em bassies had
U.S. spokesm an said Uiat while been hit in Hanoi and th a t ->a
there has J)een “ som e MJG21 Soviet, a Chinese and a_J’olish
a r'iv lty " i r . ' lia s noT 'BeerT ship were hit in Haiphong, with
"sig n ifican t." The word " s ig - . three Poles killed.
n ificant” is generally used|^
A Hanoi B ro ad cast T h iu ^ a y
when hostile activity results in said bom bs hit the “ Hanoi
dam age to A m erican m en or H ilton," an A m erican prisoner
m ateriel.
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of w ar cam p, in Hanoi and th at
The Com mand spokesm an som e persons'had been wound­
said MIG b ases in North ed but did not m ake cle ar
Vietnam have been arnong the w hether these were A m ericans
targ e ts for the renew ed raids. oc V ietnam ese.
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He al 30 adm itted that the
H anoi's Bach Mai Hospital,
runw ay of H anoi’s Gia la m
one of the larg e st there w ij^
civilian ■airport, nev«r before ~T,000 beds, w as
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struck in any of the .Am erican
to have been hit ,^n the
bom bings of North Vietnam , ■Dombirtg. Today th'e" Swedish
'' hy hnmh.s.
Ambagtado r ,-in^
C hristm as, received radio r e ­
ports From H anoi that it was
destroyed" by B52 bombs this
m orning.
(Continued og p.
CHRISTMAS G i n from more than SOO
children hirigbtiened the holiday leaton tor Guy
AILee, crossing officer at Washington'' School,
Thursday afternoon. All SOOr'^bo donated a
idclwl, burned out to present their friend with a
gift certificate of more than |& . AILcc, a~
member of the Twin Falls Police Department,
has helped'-protect children at the North Five
Points l^ r^ ectlo n during school years the past
ih r f f y«tr». '
H anoi holds
pm
KEY BISCAYNE. Fla. ( U'Pi)
- The White House said today
the United StateS-T5-TioIdlng
H anoP^responsible and accoun­
t a b l e ” fo r th e s a f e ty of
Am erican POWs d u rin g ' U.S.
■air a tta c k s ^n North V i e t n ^ .
'T r e s s S e c re ta ry . Ronald L.
Ziegler ijiade the com m ent in
response to re p o rte rs’questions
atw ut a Hanoi re p o rt of dam age
during a raid to a prison cam p
w tre rF ^ 6 rne””PDWs a re 'being
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“ . Z leg le cisa jc ^ c vviijte House
—^had-BO -infonnation -t__________
the Hanoi rep o rt. He then said r
"There can be no question
about the fact that the United
States holds Hanoi responsible
and accountable for the proper
V ic to r y
fo r e c a st
tre a tm e n t of the^United S tates'
-ptjaoners of war held j> y the
North V ietnam ese u n d e r the
provisions o f tjie_. Geneva
a g ree m e n t,” Ziegler said.
The North Vietnam ese said in
a Hanoi broadcast th a t during
one of the num erous raids on
Hanoi this week, the so< alIed'
Hanoi Hilton prison cam p —
where m an y POWs a re believed
held —was dam aged and som e
persons"woundedT~The broadcast d id not say specifically
that POWs were hurt.
' SATGOW f P P i r - N o r m VWI-n am ’s top m ilita ry stra te g ist,
Gen. Vo Nguyen G lap, today
predicted ultifnate victory over
U.S. forced in South Vietnam .
G iap. who outlined ■N o rth '
V ietnam ’s plan for victory in
th'eSouth while the Com m unists
wer« stiU -^ghting the French,
said Commu^iiat troops a re
scoring big victories anff wE]
\Mn the w a c
G iap ’s 30-minute speech w as
W/VSHINGTON i U PII — Consum er prices
i sum m arized by Radio Hanoi in
a ~ b r o a d c a s t m o n l t o i ^ In « w e-0 .2 -p er- e en t-i« -N o v em b eP r th e-sm all
m onthly increase, sin c e-A u g u st, th e Labor
Saig«n.
- ...............G ia p , who r a r e ly m a k e s D epartm ent said today.-
Yule services
mark holiday
r r c € L S
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Speci^^l chjvch services, family gatberiagi
and ~w1£ter sports activitiea wrIM initirE~ttc~’
Christmas weekend in Magic Valley.
.Most churches plan special, servicei lor. Sunday with their apnual children’s pt-ojprams
- a n d -0 r 3 p er cent in October. The adjusted
^ftetaias^eiiviec»-w i->|oiM iay hnt nllifni w fal:
hav r no Mtfmfav-iih«>7 v«nr»r
Last minute Christanas shoppers'Will have an
^pporhiniQ'_io jiuy 'Uwt gift aa
Snnday
mghL ^ m e of the major departnKni stores w iU ''
he'bpen ^ntil 11 p.m. on Saturda]^ and nnlO C
p.m. Suhday, while others wUl be closed Smiday
but open until either 6 or 9 p.m. on Saturday.
Most merchants .say they have had a good
holiday shopping'season this year hot have not
had time to check their, sales against those of a
year ago.
Ski resorts in the area are all open onra daily
schedule and while those to the nortt are still
short of sDow all report facilities are operating
and there will be plenty of holiday fun for
everyone.
Nonfood com m odities w w e up ~0. r p e y eeiit;
ir o tllun lijlf rc snltnig~frtiIS~lpi<^ increases
for ia ll a n d w inter apparel..
a te t he ' l f t h—
pr tr es fur fo'mt,t.'lotlllrig '
The cost of services advanced 0.2 per Cent,
that-despite the intense A m eri­ addresa to bel^brate
can bom bing, it is (.ntransigence a n n iv e rsa ry ,p / the foundfng of and residential gas, the d e p a rtm e n t’s B u reaiio f . T h e p rice df m edical c are was up 0.1 per cent
after an unusual 0.7 per cent rise the previous ‘
on the p art of North Vietnam the North VTetriamese Army Ijib o r Statistics iBLSi said.
Food prices continued to be the biggest factor
month. R esidential gas rates rose Sharply, the
that IS holding up a peace and the 26th anniversary of
in the increase, (iro te ry store food prices,
BLS said, and o ther household-services were
agreem ent.
North V ietnam ’s fight.
which usually show a big drop in Novem ber,
higher.
went up 0.5 per w n t, the d ep artm en t said.
At m onth's end, the consum er priceJndex was
Beef prtPES, which n ^ m a lly decline, rose ^nd
3.5 per cent above a y ear-earli(tr and stood at
fresh vegetable prices also increased m ore than
126.9.
usual.
This m eant th at a typical shopper's basket
After adju stm en t for seasonal variation,
th at cost $10 in 1967 cost $12.69 last month.
con.suincr p r i c e s r»se 0 4 per cent in Seplemt>er
HST condition
slips slightly
r - \
s a y s ...
Peace
Dy Iru n ia n 's worsened condi­
tion.
"By the tim e the. briefing
prp<LSiire Tp II cpvprply tnriay,- cain a , tho condition a ppear e d t o
aJarming^ doctors so trracJt that he passin g Tjr a t l e a s t' im ­
proving-," he said.
T ru m a n ’s wife, Bess, was
"T rum an was stijl considered'
called to his bedside and (he 88year-old form er president was In "very s e r io u s ” c o n d itio n
which, according to Dreves,
for a tim e considered in critical
condition
m eans "he is very close to
critical a t any tim e."
"I have no doubt th at if 1 had
" For a f>eriod of tim e this
had to m ake a report at aixnit mornipg. they.. w,ere very con­
8:30 or 8:45 a.m . tHis m orning I cerned about h im ," D reves
would have had to say he is in said. ' "H is blood pressu re
critical condition, " said Re­ d e c re a s e d an d . h is .p u lse in ­
search Hospital - spokesm an creased . He experiericed c a r ­
rrrJohn D reves, following a new s diac in stab ility ."
briefing delayed alm ost an hour more
KANSAS CITY, Mo l U P I l H arry S T rum an s h eart beat
irreg u larly
and fil? blood
been
on
eorih
hot
absent '
more
Chrtilmases in. Ihe p a il
2 0 c e n t u r i e s t h a n i f h as
bp ^ n present.
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D etails,
p.
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NEW YORK (U P I) - St* per jum p a Full percentage poiiit
cent money returned to the atoday.
business world today a a two of . In announcing the jum p to 6
the nation's larg e st banks per cept, Mellon National Ba n k
iy t> m
raised tbeir prim e ra te for said it ^vscT'StiHidonmg (or Qie
business loaps to 6 p er cent.
present its floating prime rate
F irst NaOonal Q ty Bank of formulat Mellon National and
-J
New York lifted its ra te from 5 several large banks that have
C h a r e k .a , 14.
'■« p er cen t aiK Utellon Natiorwl (Ken operating on an a u ta n ^ ic _
! ! : B g ^ ^ " ^ S u r 8 lT l aJiMid ats- Tto8 t in ? = p i * n e - r a t r t o r r n ^
F a r v ,l7
ra te from 5 !*.pMj?ent, >
|p«cent-^n<inths had said they —
M iirk c M , 1»
Both— irioveS ' teltew ed ^ an
lid abandon the form ula if it
- S iM r te .T lM * ■announcement from I/mdoi
tr r ;
^
I H S r W ^ B a H S ^ E n g la n d ’^ tjttlproclaini prim e ra tes higher~
"minimum lending Tale -would. \nan 6jx e F r o r A y - ' .
U v t « E 7 tr~ ~
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s u it f ile d , 1 3
jprliii«^tairg^8 f o r |US bottbei
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. PORTI ANH f>Tf^ <IIPT>
F lood water-s^^ v e r e d ro a d s
and forced evacuation of . about
a dozen persons along the
Oregon coast Thursday, but by
today w ater was receding.
The National Weather Service
posted high tide and storm
J e rry
in sid e . . .
Prime rate hiked
W. Oregon braces
for fresh storms
P AA^y c a n t e l l y o u
p o s j i b l e *0 s e M y o u r
tn
a
c la s s ifie d
a d v e r t is e m e n t u n d e r
th e
g u a r a n t e e d p la n o f f e r e d b y
car
The a d he ra n w a s /o r a
_ 1 8 Z l_ F o r d G a la x ie 5 0 0 . H e
w a s v e r y p le a s e d w r t h t h e
r e s u i» s h e r e c e iv e d
I t y o u w o u l d l i k e ?o p l a c e
a n a d , p»H>oe 733 093 1 W e 'H
be
happy
to . h e l p
yow ^
G u a r a n t e e d R e s u lt s
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Y o u r M o n e y B ^cK !
Pacific frDal.appcoaghed._______
In eastern Oregon high winds
blew down t'miber around John
D ay, bfocklng se v e r a l sid e
roads. U. S. 26 tvas blocked by a
slide at Picture Gorge near Its
junction with Oregon 19 about 30
m iles west of John Day, state
police reported.
Army engineers alerted flood
fighting team s in P ortland,
Eugene, Albany, Corvallis and
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• aencTTT:
Most serious flooding in
Oregon Thursday w a s In
Tillamook County, where U. S.
Highway 101 and State Highwiry G were c lo se d for several
hgtirs by thigh-deep water.'
Autopsy requested
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Uie iu ck y cliff MOWtoy ntghT ic
TW IN F^AU-S---------A»-«»»topv
has been requested in the death early Tuesday .morning.
of Dorothea C. Ambrose. 19,
^ h m ff Paul Carder saiil he
requested an a u to p ^ as a lesd lt ^
Jerome.
’ Mis4 Anibrose's body was or further investigatioa in tte.
l « H o - available^
IU ve t^
T w io F a lls ^ -^ o u n ^ C te iO M rC a nyq n h ea r the end o f d o y c e Edw ards said no im |iH it ;
Washington Street N o rtti.
.. h a s , been c a lle d p n H h n .
Th eyot^ ig w o in a n a p ip iim tly i n m t l g i t t M - l i y
■di^ .LMtaiitlrfrom Sife .fiJl ia ^ cB lcii^ '
=$=5^-,
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F a lls ,
Id a h o
F r id a y
D e c e m b e r
2 J,
Claus
open Mrs.
at Richfield
1972
SulTvive crash
SAN F E R N A N D O . C h ilf e 'f 'u P D - T w o
survivors of a n U ruguayan
plane th at
ara$hed,w ith 47 persons ab o ard i h ^ e th an two
mojiths ago high in th e snoW 'CpVered And^s
w ere fo und a liv e today.. Police said the W o
re p o rte d 14 others w ere stijl allVe a t the sc e n e .
T^e F airch ild turboprop plane, with a
Montevideo rugby te a m am ong its passenger^,
crashed.O ct. IS on a flight Jrdm_ U ruguay to
-..m
.u .
RICH FELD - “Toy:r tta t
had to wai^
toe.UUe ° t ^ie .
operetta givCT during the scl^ool
community Christmas program.
T hursday afternoon^ at the
Richfield School.
..
C h ild re n in g r a d e s o n e
through four participated in the
production. Jill Crowther, as
Mrs. S a n ta G aus, played, the •
The road has b e ^ cleared b ut has a n icy b ase
<and veliicles a r e n o t-p erm itted to trav e l th e '
m ountain road without Snow; tire s or chains. All
ru n s a re packed and the a re a operates seven
days a week.
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Magic M ountain also receive4 seven to eight
inches o f new snow this week
about 48
inches a t the top and 30 a t the bottom of ski runs.
All runs rare open and packed and the a r e a
operates daily F riday through Jan. 1 except
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TWIN FALLS — All Ski.resorts In t h e ^ e a a re i
now ppein, all having received new snow during
the p a st week;
'
- Most reso rts received around eight Inches of
new snow this, week and all a r e now in daily
opipratlon through th e holidays.
Sun Valley had 18 inches of spow ^ the top of
Baldy M ountain and 18 a t the Roundhduse withy
nine on the valley floor. E ight inches of new
snow h a s fallen this w eek an^Lrjnaln runs only
S een •. •
H o w a rd G e r r is h
ta lk in g - a b o u t
“new Jot^” . . . Vi Cooper
discussing late store hours for
downtown merchairts-TT^.. Annie
report on weekly story h our to
news office . . . Guy A1 Lee^ ^ o s t stam peded by children
d u rin g g i(t p r e s e n ta tio n a t
Washington S<^ool. . . Jo e Coon
looking over schedule for tra s h
piokups . . . P a t Hafer
Ip a i^ rM p T h p ^ p n r t l n g
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M fg . BUJ L ^ . Sun. V a lle y.
Clausal Lani Cliff * a s qui
The^roads are generally good
w m e icy •
-mottntefaHmg^ar ea w her e t he p lane Tvas la st—
S:2 Q a jn . a n d Newton's In Twin Falla a t 9 a.m .
apot j .--'"
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Titania': P e n petjrso n , a Top^"" Falls .
rc alle d off
~ T htluding' Sundays.
. B ill' StevOTSon
doll,-and Scott Oxon.a c lo#n.
the hunt.
,
R otarun has opened for the M ason with a 10Soldier M ountain h a s 15 inches of show on the
ch ec k in g to m a k e c e r ta in
The
third
grade
girls
played
The two su rv iv o rs, i d e n t i f ie d ^ U ruguayans
inch base and six inches of new snow during th e '
top of runs and 10 inches a t the bottom . About a
neighbor is up in tim e to g e t to
little fairies who brought all of
Roberto Canessa U r ^ and F ernando P a rra d o
week. Roads' are- in. good condition but icy
foot of snow h a s fallen in the a re a since Sunday.
Work
. Lucile Jones talking
the toys tc^ Mrs; C laus.'
Oogay, app eared today on foot a t a riv e r bank
"goring m orning hours. The a re a , is operating
The road is plowed but snow covered and snow
about children’s v U Jrto n u rsin g '
Musical
selections
w
ere
sung
near the village o f Los M aitenes'about 155 m iles
rope tows only lentil m ore snow fails. It is open
tires a re recom m ended.
u . j . r ... .
.u
1, homes . . . M ary Helen P e rry
from Santiago, t h e y could not cross the riv er,
by students of the fifth tlv o u g h . ^ ^ ^ n g in g for su rp rise gift for
dklly except C hristm as D ay-through Jan . 1.
Pom erelle rep o rts 48 inches of snow a t the top
police said, so ohe of thepi w rote a m essage and
e ig h th g ra d e s. C h ris tm a s ^ ^ o o l employe
.
Lee
■SnoHTOobiling is reported fa ir to poor ^ the
of ski runs w ith d rifts up to several feet higher
poem s and readings w ere given
tied If tp a stone, throwing it to a ran ch er on the
Haiiey- and K etchum a re a s, and good in 'the
a t-th e top of the m ountain. The a re a has lis
T alk in g to n
ta lk in g
ab o u t
other side.
inches “of snow a t the lodge and eight Inches of
problem s ; ! ; and
Holland^and Chad Dixon and overheard. "Dia^you go to fire
the F airfield a rea:
new snow s4nce Sunday.
Jeri Ann Davis, E ric Jensen school to leam to cook like
and Rex King.
th at? ”
S a n ta
a rriv e d
at
the
conclusion of the program and
trea ts w ere donated by local
service groups and w om en’s
clubs.
By United P ress In tem atloiial
W inners of PTA gifts included
The colnm on ho u ie ra t i s '
G ra n t ' F la v e l and -Jim m y capable of chewing through
HAGERM AN
A lta W.
CASTLEFORD - U u r a l>ee
KIM BERLY - M rs. H a rrie tt
BURL&Y E r m a M ae Brown. .
JE R O M E - C harles R ichard
C A S tL E F O R D Jam es
lead pipes and concrete. .
G a m ie r ,
53, (B la c k ie ) B la k e , 5 4 ;y ea r-o ld I D ick) Ovprfield'; 52, Jerom e, Franklin (B u (U J-»«is, 88 , died House, 15-month-oId daughter S h a ffe r, 54, fo rm e r a re a E liz a b e th
re s id e n t. , d ied
died T hursday noofi a t Magic W ed n e sd a y -"e v e n in g a t his of M r;-and M rs. ijH vrence'John resident, died Dec. 20 in a Boise K im berly, died a t M agic Valley B u riey
M em orial' Hospital T hursday W ednesday in C assia M em orial
Valley M em orial Hospital, Twin residence in Castleford of a long House, Casfleford, was dead of hospital.
Services will be cohducted by evening of a long illness.
n a tu ra l causes on a rriv a l a ti h e
Hospital of a long illness^
F alls, a fte r a brief illness.'
UlneM. - . , .
Born M arch 29, 1919, in 'C a ss
She w as born Ja n . IIV 1918, in^
He * a s born April 10, 1920, in
Ho^vas born April 14, 1888, at office (J a Buhl physician Bishop M arvin Peterson a t 11
a .m .'
S ijtiirfla y
at
.Si i m m e r a
C oun^.-Iow arS he-w as-m arried -Y a le , ‘Id ah o . S h e m a r r i e d
H om e,
B oise. to Joseph G am ier on Ju n e 25,- Ronald Blake Sr., in 1938 Bi
She w as born Sept. 2Q, 1971, at Fu n eral:
schools.
m onths m o v ^ with his parents
Interm ent will be in Cloverdale 1940. She cam e to Idaho in 1949, Yale. They were la te r divorced,
He served with the Jerom e to-B runeau. He w as m a rrie d to yw in F alls.
In addition to her paren ts she C em etery, Boise:
living in Twin F a lls for a tim e
The couple livM in Declo and
National Giiard during ^ o r l d S arah E lliab e lh Johnston on
Mrs. Shaffer was born June ;before m oving to K im berly the J ^ f t River ir e a and during
War II and later in the US Air Noy. 26, 1909,. a t Mountain is survived by one brother,
Jam es
H ouse, 16, 1918, a t Eden. She m arrie d about 18 years ago.
World War II resided in Salt
Force. He was a P3« pilot, Home. They ijom esteaded a L a rr y
m a t e r n a l Blaine B. Shaffer June 26, 1936,
She was a m em ber of the ^.ake City, U t ^ . In 1943 they
serving in the E uropean and ran ch on House Creek and in C a s 1 1 e f 9 r d ;
African th e a tc r 3 . ■
1918 m iwed to C,^nefo_rd where g ra n d p are n ts, Mr. and Mrs. Bill a t H agerm an. They had resided,_ J 2 r s t S o u ^ e m B aptist C h u rc h , moved to the B urley-Paul a rea ,
S c h o r z m a n , C a a t l e f o r d ; in Boise since 1947.
of K im berly..
She has resided here s in c e ^ '
H e m a rrie d M aurine Gene they have ^ n c e .resided.’
She was a m em ber of tte
pdtet-nal g ran d fath er. Dale E.
Sjirviving ai'e her m other.
She was a m em ber of the Eaul
Austin Nov. 15,0945, in Yum a,
In addition to his w ifj he is H ouse,
K an sas;
p a te r n a l Boise iU h W ard of the LDS M rs. I d a Jo h n s to n , P a c ific ■CongregalidnaJ-Church.
Ariz,
survived by ojje daughter.^M rj.
- -■ Junction, Iowa; ' th re e - sons.
Surviving a re a son, Ronald
.He o p e ra te d a flying school in E ^ r e t t (Bessie) K ahdall, and grandm other, Mrs- V era- Ann Chul-ch.
S u rv iv o rs
in clu d e
h e r Ja m es J. G am ier, Pocatello; B lake J t ,,, and a grandson,
Durango, Colo;, retu rn in g to a one son, Frank Dwaln l l /efty) M c llv a n e y ; D e n v er, C olo.;
' - m , -----bo tb
l^ewis, both ^ a s t l e f o n
M rs. M. C. Denningj ^ s i n , Shaffer, Twin F alls, and G erald G a m ie r, both Kim berly; two P ocatello; her p a ren ts, Mr. and
w here he had since lived.
grandchildren and 21 great- Wyfo.;
m a te rn a l
g r e a t ­ A. Shaffen, P ortland, O re; two d au g h te rs, Janice M. G a m ie r, M rs. “Conrad Rehn, Burley;
He was a m em tier and paiSt
grtindchildren. "
g ra n d fa th ers, Joe- Schorzm an, dm n^htcrs-, M rs:— P a tric ia- I.. 6 m a h a 7-N e b .;^ ® id ^ D o n n a ~ S r u lr^e bro th ers, Vernon Helm,
w o rsh ip fu l m a s te r of the
He was preceded in death by R upert, and Otto I,. Mitton, G reenup and ,\lrs. Gary U. G arnifer, Kim bei^ly; th re e e g la r ; "C la re n c e
R ehn,__
W endell M asonic l,od(>i‘ ; a
Oakley.
Young, both Boise; her m other, b r o t h e r s . B e rn a rd Jphns.ton, L iverm ore, Calif., and W illiam
m e m b e r . of
the
J e ro m e four sons and one daughter.
Services will be conducted at
GrayeSide services will be Nettie Dunlap, H agerm an; a P a c ific
Ju n tio n ;
W ilbur K PI^^B urley, and two si^iters,
A m erican leg io n ; life nicniber
3 p .m . S a tu rd a y a t the c o n d u c te d a t 10:30 a .m . sister, Mrs. Donna Dunlap, Johnston, Seattle, and Albert M r s .^ lt a Bolten, B urley, and
of
th e
N a tio n a l
R ifle
Association, and belonged to the C astleford F irst B aptist C h ^ c h -S atu rd ay a t the Buhl C em etery Satellite Beach, Fla.; a ir o t h e r , ■Johnston, Glenwood, Iowa; a Mrs. Hanna Uhl, R upert,
by Hev. Krnest H ^ssem adT T __ - by - Rev. Ma lu ehy McNeill:------- Willt9-K7-Meye3vHoU3torr,-Te x :, Sistei , -M rs:— M arjorie- BlueF tm e m l— s e rv ic e s — ^yvere"
'TSvTn TalTs Klfle a n J P f s to r tln tr '
m ay
c a ll
at
F r ie n d s
m ay
c a ll
at and 14 grandchildren. ^Param ount, Calif., arid four c o n d u cted to d ay in P a y n e
and
v a rio u s
sp o rts m e n _ F^iejads
A lb e rts o n -D ic k a rd
C h a p el,
C h a p el,
grandchildren.
.Memorial Chapel with the Rev.
oi'Ranizations.
» Buhl, today until B p.m . ahd A lb e rts o n -D ic k a rd
Buhl, until 8 p.m . today.
r . l l u r t u “\
.Mrs. G a m ie r w a sp re ce d e d m ' Ted Meter officiating. Burial
In addition to nis yvntrHc
— M am urtalfi qiay b» -K>ad a to- d eiHh—hy — hifr—h u s b and — t
sui-v ivedbyB he brtitlie r . Rijil W. '
unUl noQO.
Ml j lif ■P l e a s a ii t VHjw
TWIN FALLS -) F rancis G. Ja n u a ry , 1960, and also by a
O v e rfie ld . K e tc h u m ; th r e e ^ ^;°ncludm^^^
be at the the N ational Society for the
sister.
I^evenlion of Birth Defects. H artley. 58. Keno, Nev., form er
s i s t e r s , M rs. Sam .L a u r a I . Buhl C em etery.
T w in F a lls [Resident, died F uneral services for Mrs. f i m e m l S e r V l P e * *
, Avery, Vrelca, Calif.; Mrs. Don
W ednesday in a Reno hospital G a m ie r will be conducted a t 11
'E s t h e r I C u lv e rw e ll, C ape
JE R O M E — Services for
after a sfiort illness.
a 'm .
T uesday
at
W hite
C oral, F la ., and Mrs. F a e
He-was born Aug. 16. 1914, in M ortuary ChapCi by the Re^. D o ro th e a A m b ro se w ill _be
Bartold, A lham bra, Calif., and.
Boise and was bapti& d into the
McCall. Burial wiU be in c'onductedat ^ p .ra. S aturday at
several nieces and nephews.
LDS C hurch in G ri^n .Riyer.
c g ^ietery . Hove-Funerg^L ChapeL Final
:— F u n e r a l-e s r v ic o s . will b e a t
Wyo. He resided in Twin F a lls
a rites in the Jerortie Cem etery.
g ir K
2 2
— lb ;30.a m .S a tu rd ay -iath e-H n v e.. r a n s o T n e d
tw o years
yeans ago wlien he— ’ T ^ i ' --------^
UiitiV two
.--------------F uneral Chapel liy Rev. J o ^
DAIXAS ( U Pl I . — /Mice chief e,\ccutive officer of the A. rr^oved to Reno.
M. G a rra b ra n d t. G raveside ri tes
Arnanda "M an d i"' D e ^ k i'. the._H .ikllL C Q C P.. which publishes
41 e^ bad-w orked in th e 4^arUn
by^W endell I«dgc- N o -5 4 , AF d eb u tan te daughtor-in-law of the D allas new spaper, paid the gold m ine m C arlin, Nev., andthe tru e nam e for d o u b le
Easy core and, fashion I g h I
qnd AM a t
TWIN FALLS - The Twin
jQ Io je p , t}^e president of th e- DaHas tgafLflOfrjanaHnL^lt-.aaa.iiiade-- Tray. pivit>ioyed by
> iKe io test Falls
C
M
l
Air
i^atrol
cadets
co io n o n d p attern s plus th e style o n d cut you itk^^'best.
. ■M iu:ainiL _N im s^aA s_.teJ.eased-^hnm i:b_a_secret "drop'’ a t a m Twin
anH ( > fn is P e te 's .
.
__F ^ .< L § — S ig m a
M em orials m ay be m ade [6
go caroling;- tonightn—
The^tm harrfied today
by: "foul d eserted sho p ^ n j; center. The to Jackpot for a tim e.
- C hapter of B eta ^ 'g m a lE h i m e t will^
^
the Wendell ..Masonic I^odge.
S u rv iv in g a re four sons,. W ednesday fo> a
Chinese L aU ets -wflt sin g ■at“ t h e talk in g " kid n ap ers whoTigTd the woman then vt'iis released '
Ju sla m ere Inn, Pioneer Courts
' NeeiUeis lo say , Kjepe
'novvlvwed blond^
iliiv;t,
K lc h ^ d . P ra n c is , Konald and p otluck dinner. >
WISH so m e 6 nIe.a h a p p y n e w th rea te n e d to kill her and then lot of crying, a lot of hugs and Raym ond H artley, all E v erett, ^ - E a c h m e m b e r b ro u g h t a a n d o th e r s e n io r c itiz e n s
YEaH »v,'n .1
.-(1 Ad To
Olrtce A 'pt-rson.^i
/i3 0931 collected $250,006 ransom
ki.sses.' .said the socialite's W ash .; a b ro th e r, V irgil Chinese-dish to the m eetm g at residential a re a s Under the
direction of ,Mary T ja rk s and
H a r tle y ,- T w in F a lls ; two the hom e of F-velyn A rnhart.
The 22-year-old btiiuty, wile hustjand
S a n d ra
H am m ond.
A fter
'I'his
IS
going
lo
be
the
best
sisters,
Mrs
Ciarnett
Makinson,
Following
the
dinner,
Jen
n
i
oT J»H> M D ealcy J r . 25, was
13 7 Shoshone,
caroling they will go to the
ilam
n
I'hri.slnias
anybody
ever
K
u
p
e
rt,
anti
.Mrs.
T
h
elm
a
Moore
gave
the
cultural
for
the
S U B S C R IP T IO N H A T E S
picked up by an FBI ajjent and
Sir — I N orth '
com m ander's hom e, Mrs. Helen
wished
fo
r."
Seeley, Baldwin Park. Calif , evening ..J__
D a lla s County Sheriff D aren ce
T M E T IM E S -N E W S
Ham
m
ond,
fo
r-re
fre
sh
m
e
ts
n
.
He then gave his wife her and a half-sister, .'Vlrs. Lydia.
The evening concluded with
Jone.s before dawn on a s tr e tt
The C adets are also planning a
'^ w l n F a i i i . ia » n o
corner in the [X)sh suburb of holiday pre.sent early ~ it was a fVrrowsmith. • F ort W ashakie, ;in exchange of gifts from secret c o m b in e d C h r i s t m a s - N e w
B r C a r r ie r
single
stra
n
d
of
pearls
which
he
P e r M o n th
Wyo.
sisters
Highland P ark
12 50
Y ear's P arty. Dec. 29.
( D a i l y S. S u rv O A y )
d raped around her neck They
He was preceded in death by
Bv
I'm all n n h t," whisport'd then ki.ssed.
his parents and three brothers
P a i d ir> A d v a n c e
( D a ily & S u n d a y )
the 5-(i, 135-pound blonde
Deales and .Man<iy were
F u n e ra l s e rv ic e s will be
17 75
OfficiT5 .starred a m anhunt m a rrie d six w eeks ago m . ii— ctm dutled-al 2 p .m , S aturday m
17
3W onrns
. ,
114 50
6 M o n th s
for two or three " kidnapers
►;ala cerem ony and the> honey- White M ortuary -Chapel with
127 00
! Year
Dealey s;iid his father, J(K‘ iiKJuned at Dragon Bay in Biihop W dliam R Quigley. LDS
M a i l s u b s c r i p t i o n s a c c e p t M o n iy
«wt>ere
c a r r ie r
d e liv e r y
iS
no»
\ t Dealey Sr . president and ,Ia m a ic a
Church, officiating Burial will
m a in t a in e d
be in the Sunset Memorial Park.
■-Friends m ay call at the
T IM E S -N E W S
m ortuary toilay and Saturday
S U B S C R IB E R S
until 1 .!0 p m
♦or i t r v i c e on
(.a .s s ia M fV n o ria l
M a ^ i r \ aM e y M e m o r i a l
R e g io n a l O b itu a r ie s
C. Overfielcl -
J a m e s V. I.ewis
Laura H o u se
A lla S h a ffe r
INtTw you k n o w
H/<Garnier
Erm a B la k e
I b^sorority
Valley B riefs
Kidnapers release t
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Mrt. A rthvr G reer
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Friday- D ecem ber 22,. 1972
V l^ cliin g sp ru ces
, TWIN FALLS — A' citizens' c o m m itt^
presented its p ro ^ s a l to {>ulld a new g rade
school and junior high adffition to Tw)n F a lls
school tru stees Thursday.
1. ■Construction^’of th e 24-room e lem entary
school on land owned by the school d istric t north
of the high scho61..
2^C onstruction of a four-rpom addition and
l?S1^6dli<?ation facilities a l hlobert
________
» n o o i ; _________
3. Cpns^ufition pFa new fsclllty for the Happy
Day .Srhfinl-fnr. fr-aiiT<^tA.-mpntflHy retard ed
students.
i
4. P u rch ase of up tff 40 acres for eventual use
for a new junior high school, and possibly^ for a
second elem entary school. ______
5.’ The pfan called for optional dem olition of
the 134-oom older section of lin c o ln Schopl/and
four classroom s at W ashingtoji School. ...........
C uster said the d istric t would h av e the option
of keeping the old stru ctu res, giving a net
in crease of'29 teaching statrbhs.
Should the d istrict not be able to operate so
m any new classroom s, or If the sta te highway
d ep artm en t should proceed with plans to widen
Blue l,akes Boulevard in front of W ashington
School, a com bination of W ashington or Lincoln
school classroom s could be elim inated, giving a
net classroom in crease as low as 12-room s.
___ E a r l i e r , school o ffic ia ls h a d e x p re s s e d
concern th at the d istric t — without additional
sources o f revenue — m ight not be able to"
support th e i$ 12,000 p e r y e ar req u ire d to m an
and m ain tain each additional classroom .
-•
The plan, Custer said, provides f o r ’ this
possibility.
C uster a sked the tru ste e s to retain the citizens
g-oup..tn a s a ts tin p tojnotton of- the bond issufr.-
Board Chat
on a to n a issue
soon as possible:”
He thanked the com m ittee for its work
13ary C u ster, chairm M of thecitizens,’ group,
recom m ended a bond election be called for late
February. He said this tim ing would give the
board a m onth to prepare its proposal and a
m onth to presen t tlje 'p la rrto school patrons.
The citizens com m ittee had been organized.by
the school trustees to develop a plan a fte r
detem iining comm unity priorities -for new
schCibr construction.
ronw nittee m et r e p e a t e d ] s o r t i n g
through num erous proposals including plans
drafted by Supt. George S taudaher and by
school architects.
The com m ittee drew on portions of those
plans and discarded other portions while '
drafting the final proposal presented T hursday.
T he c o m m itte e p ro p o sa l, by "C u ste r’s
e stim ale. wtjnld cost b e tw c e o 'tl .8 m illon and $2
millttm — considerably below the original figure
discussed by the school adm inistration" an3
arch itects.
The school d istric t is4im ited to its c u rre n t $3.3'
m illio n b onding c a p a b ity In a n y s u c h
construction issue.
- The plan subm itted by the c itizw s com m ittee
________________
called f o j i l L ________~
t w in f a l l s Sheriff’s
officers here believe som eone in
the su rro u n d in g a r e a is
enj^ying^ an .unusually b ^ u tlf u l
C hristinas tree. TTiey would IJke
to know who it isr,Ajaeven-vear-Qld-biue .spruce',
one of tw.o w}iich_decarated-
J io m e ^ th r ^ m d e M a s t- '
F a lls on K lim berlv
d is a p p e a r^ 'T u e s d a y night or
early W ednesday m orning.
Sheriff’s officers would like to
know if anyone saw th e t r ^
being rem oved or c arried aw ay
or if a tte m p ts have be^n m ade
to sell the six-foot spruce.M rs. N o rris n o tifie d the
s h e r i f f ’s o ffice W edne sd a y
m orning sayfrig when she and
her husband looked out their
TWfN FALLS — The use of drum s and the
flannel b o a rd will be incorporated into telling
two of the best loved tales of C h ristm as
S aturday m orning in the weekly c h lld re a 's story
hour al the Twirt F alls Public L ib r a ry "
“ The L ittle D ru m m er Boy” and “The Night
"BPTorTTEFTsbnas'' will be featured in the
program designed for pre-school c h ll d r S ^
11- a.m .
123 mam st t
<
T ells
-p la n s
FACTORY6 T O TIRES
159 4th Ave. So u th
Ph. 7 3 4 -5 5 3 5
C H R I S T M A S S T O R E H O U R S ^ M o n fd a y -S a tu rd a y 9 to 9 — S u n d o y 1 0 to 6
n
BOISE ( UPI) - The dean of
the College of A griculture at the
U n iv e rs ity of Id a h o sa id
.State Sen Dean S um m ers, R7g«t Tiis“
stra ig h t before com m enting on
funding at U of I.
'
~
Or. A. M. Mullins, speaking at
the
Boiije
R o ta r y
C lub
T h u rsd .a y , sa id S u m m e r s ’
re m a rk s l ^ t week to Uie Qpise
F .x c h an g e Club w e re ''f a r ­
f e tc h e d "
and"
w ith o u t
uubiilanoo.
in ' the
B ible pledges
control funds
ELY. Nev. ( U PI ).--S cn. Alan op erato rs who told him a ban on
B ible,
D-*Nev.,
p ro m ise d the use of poisons to co^^trol
Tliursday to support efforts to coyotes and other p re d ato rs has
im re a s e Ifuiiding for predator caused a sh a rp rise in the
control p r o g r j m ^ in Jhe_.W esL niuntjer flf coyotes in.., m any-,
^
,
,
He attended a m eeting of a re a s ,
iTiey said *it is having an
s p o rts m e n
and
liv e sto c k
Im p o rt act
td y ^ d ers
B O ISE
(U P I)
The
secretary of the Jd a h o Cattle
F e e d e rs A sso c ia tio n s a y s
suspension of m ea t im ports by
the federal governm ent had n 't
been expected "but it doesn’t
shock u s .”
Tom Hovenden, Boise, said
feeders a re operating on a free
m arket and “ a re n 't c ry in g ’’
b e c a u se th e r e is still a
wortdwide sh o rta g e W
a n im a ls and
p ric e s
a re
expected to rem ain good for top
quality beef.
He said the importing of
cheaper cuts could affect the
overall price picture, but that
dem and would continue for
Am erican feedlot products.
He cited last week's jum p
from K 3 to
Tnr la L c a ttle as.
-an indicator of th is dem and. He
w ere rem oved following World
War ri.
Hovenden- said cattle feeders
also a re experiencing increased
costs. R eferring to the feed
situation com pared to two years
eigo, he said b arley has raiseff”
from $40 to $50 to $70 a ton.
day late
" T W N ^A L L S - Monday
will b ^,a holiday for the P arks
and Sons ^ n i t a t i o n service
w orkers afwl a s a. re su lt trash
8 n d ^ e rb a g « -c o i]e G ^ io n s« ill b e
one day late.
Joe Coon, Twin Falls Q ty
san itation o ffic e r , s a id .th e
pickups n o m n itty T nade otr
Monday wfll be ofj/T^iesday
because of C h ^ tm a s, TTijs will
put the schedule one day late,
with F riday’s collections on
& tj^ a y . ^
eooa sa ld _ h 6 -l» i
advised a s yet. atouW tta
;p*T»baMsLr®LtK3fe3^W* f
- .V ;
ond-bird»-as^ well a s sh eep -an d
c attle . They said the in crease in
- t h p n iiT T ih p r- nr.
lead to a r a b ie s .p u tb re a k jh ic h
w ould-endanger h u n ^ : i x r m g s r
a n d Jiv e s to c k , - ------- -— '■
C attlem en said they expect to
suffer larg e losses next y ear
unless new control efforts are
a d o p te d .
S p o rtsm e n
sa id
c h u k a r, s a g e h e n s and o th e r
sm all g am eb ird s and . wildlife
a re being th rea te n e d —by theincreasing coyote population.
■“ We need to provide m ore
^
urb an
of
a e ric u rtu re .a re too
,T h e dean said a g ric u ltu re is
not a diM iininj; industry
in
Idaho
He
Sc«id too .fn aay
rfTsidenis’’ . C.oncepts
money fur p redator control
tectuiiques such a s trapping,
denninjj, and shootm g. before
the situation RcLs ouLjjf h a n d ,"
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women’s, girls’ and dhildren’s
WINTER GOATS & CAR COATS
OR
OFF
Jacoby
Putting Right Man in Lead
thi' llirt'c ol c lu b s
^
West todk hi.s a ce a n d a f te r
Ka.sl s ig n a le d w ith th e n in e,
Wi'.st conlinw od w ith th e ja c k
.'Tiihnn\ r uffed m d u m m y ,
pinycrl th e a c e of tr u tn p s to
M um J iid L'j ^ lieiJ
liiim m y s la st two sp a d e s
F,i.si'- ai.’scii r dijd t h r e p ~ d ianiDtttlS’ah did .South T h is left
Kiisi w ith th f a ce of dianm nils a n d q u e rn -six of
I. iiibs
^ t this point H ast c la im e d
th<> re st Ilf th e - tr ic k s
— .Iiih n n >—
king'
four "
- : •
W'p.st .“i a i d , 'Y o i r v e a l ­
read y lost a trick
■ R'l^hl ■' sa id J o h n n y
two- of th e s e la s t ' th re e .
Ea.st'.s .SIX of clubs is a s u re
loser ”
tNTtdPUSt ASSN )
J o h n R a u of New Y ork
won th e n a tio n a l te a m c h am -~
p io n sh ip w ith E ly C u lb ertso n ,
B illy B a r r e tt and .Irfhn C a r ­
TVio b j dr l mg ha s b e e n
p e n te r in 1930 w hen h p 'W as
' N orlh
East
South
- le s s th a n 25 y e a r s o ld,
'7 - - - - -y jit
o v e rb id a trif le then a n d still Pa s s
4 V
Pass
?
o v e rb id s a little in r u b b e r
You. South, holdb rid g e t td a y .
*K Q 7
H is . (o u r^ h e a rt c all h a d ' * 2 V A Q 9 8 7 5
n ilt le To conrtmeiTd tt'B T cep r ~ ^ i at Uv-you do no<»? ---------- —
e W irag e , b u t w ith sk illfu l ■ -A—U n less your partn et bids
ila y a n d a> U ttK >bit of luck tour h e a r t s with—rcry poor
ie b ro u g h t lit hom e.
hands, you should try- for a
H e w on t h e sp ^ ^ e lea d : slam. Bid four n o -tn m ip « n s l r j
ru ffe d a s p a d e ; led th e ja c k for ac«f.
'o f tru m p s ; le t it rid e a f te r ^ ^ "T O D A V S q P E S l^ O N
^
W est p l a y e ^ l o w ; le d -e -a e e * — You do bW four n o -tn in .p aiid
e n d t r u m p to ' d u m m y !s your p a r I n e r bjds_flye „diar e d 'a n o th e r s p s a i r rm ohds^W lia^'diryou do now? ^
w i t h r J r t s . J t e s t trvm rti a n d ' -_T^—'.^Aim iirfcg^^nnwiTOW-- - -
tw in fills !
for Low est Tire Pricies. Across
tracks, out o f the h ig h rent c|istrict.
GARY CUSTER, chairm an of a citizens'
c o m m itte e s tu d y in g ' school - c o n s tru c tio n '
p rio rities for the Twin Falls schools, p r e s e n t
the c o m m ittee's proposal to school trustees a t a '
special m eeting Thursday. The plan called for
construction of 29 new elem entary and junior
high teaching stations.
F u n d in g
ch arges
re b u tte d
Y u l e ta le s d u e
front window th ere w as only on 6
tre§ w here th ere liad beenHtwo
the night before.
SEE Lonny Stanger
B L U i L A K I l S H O P P IN G C IN T E R
program which begins al
childrvn's d epartm ent.
TImes-News, Twin Fflll*, Idaho 3
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» Dfess-flnd sport styles with warm lirhngs. itilgrlinings
• Luxurious fiir iook trims Hoi^ided coats, belted models
- • Alf lengths including boot1tjppers,"shorties Great'buyi"»■ JR.. Mfssesi Sizes - Girls 3 6X. 7U4rBoys 3-^ - .----- — -
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WASfflNGTON - The last
' . won’t have been hear<i^of-the
D « v o M d ^ F th ^ F h e -€ itin e n » -O f M a g ic V t t U e y ^
draft by a long; shot — even
.though it legally ends pext June
F rid a y O K em b er 22, 1»7J
Al W sttergr^n, Publisher
j^ O N E 7 3 a ^ 3 )
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That’s only the date the in>
Otflcl*l-Clty«nd County Newsp»»rM em bero«A
u<ilt
B u ru u o tC lrc u ia ^ lo n and U P l
Purjuant lo S « l Ion 6<H0e Idahd Code, Thursday l» htcaby d n lg n a l^ as.tha day o« t h f lw «l< on .witildi
duction authority ei^ ires.
leaal notices will b« oubllshad. Publlirrad dally and Sunday, axcapf Saturday, at 111 Tliird Straat W et:
l l i e bdsic mWtary c ^ ^ t law
7 J * 1 ! L • S * * ' - by AAaolc Valley Newspapers, Inc. Second^class postage paid at T**ln Fall*,
19MW'03301.
will continue ' on the i^ tu te
books — and will dp ..ao Inr
-ja.I " It”
-repeale d by Congpcas. t h a t
n ot.in .the c ards ;, ther a -is - intention to-ahnliffh thiQ got
The sa m e a p p lie s to the
S t u
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Why dfidn’t m ore CSI students
and direct the governance of their
vote in T uesday’s trustee election?
own college.
CSI P resident James_lJv.Tayldr
Granted, there are m itigating
m in ority-of students
estimate.s__tha t only a bou t— 2 (^
students voted. If correct, his
faced . the prospect of financial
figure suggests a lower percentage
penalties if it voted.„ Too, the
of students chose to vote than did - electiori'fen on an exam ination day
vVhich m a y h a v e d isc o u r a g e d
the general electorate in Twin
F alls and Jeronne counties.
som e.
Despite these factors, the CSI
About eight per cent of the
students showed they didn’t care
. stu d e n ts
a p p a r e n tly
voted ,
very much about the governance of
com pared to about 10 per cent of
^ Ih e .general electorate.
the c o lle g e .. _
The C l i m a t e s n ecessarily are
The danger they and CSI face
- very rough. ‘N evertheless they
now is th is:
_ ■
reveal rem arkably low interest by
What would happen if taxpayers
of the junior college district should
student voters.
ask, ‘^If you don’t care about the
One of the a r ^ m e n ts often
college;-w hy should w e? ”‘
advanced in sttpport of c o lle g e s.Jn
Hopefull* ndiTe'will respond in
general and the CSI in parUcluar is
such a negative fashion. More
that college training h e lfe prepare
an . in v o lv e d ,
w e ll-in fo r m e d - lik e ly they w ill ask a n o th er
question: "What changes should be
citizenry, able and willing to
shoulder the burdens of society.
made at CSI to "fielp it better m eet
One w ould e x p e c t s u c h -Jt— ”"the chaIlenge_olshapiog a, creative,
involved citizenly. How can .the
concerned student citizenry to take
college do its job better?”
an activ e interest in public affairs.
The student-citizen’s first report
Tha't interest .should be doubly ;
card w as marked with an 8 per c e r tr "
engaged in an election in which
— failipg on any grading scale.
college students help determine
I
S ystem , .a n induction. Congress woukt free outlook prevails for the s U t then it's just about certain no
month period between now.^and-^ jMie wil> h e induc)ed in the
It is part of the draft law and,' auU w ildng**1t*^^thns reac-l^ June 30.
s ^ n d quarter-— Whm that
like it, will be operative but in a . tivating thef basic draft law.
H iere will be very few if any authority expires.”
dormant state— in what , is
H ie annual (baft lottery likely draftees, of- those bef<!oming
' If a draft is necessary, it will
known te ch n ica lly
a s a^ will be limited to SO numbers. eligiide Jan. 1. .
. .
"prep^edness postire." The
Those youths will Ee required - Of those bora ih 1 ^ and who total not ihore than 1.0,000 .£■ at ^
SelecUw Service ageifcy, the to take ^ y s ic a l exam s and be h ave been^qssi'ghed lottery the most.
So, far; around 50,000 were
director and someper^onnel will classlAed. Should a national numbers, it is v^ u a lly certain
Inducted this year.
condnue ib function; ______
S e lec tiv e
S e r v ic e
-a diaft lotUiry W iThlch num- D e m e iij s t called up.
. '
to b e e l i g i b l e , ^ tnoM
bers will lie selected for possible ■ Until4>en, they can. restea^v b e c o m e elig ib le liezt y e a r, 1
call-up. - In—the event of an. .aad g o-about the jf affairsr
a~
.em vgen cy. However, for such
Pretty much the same worry- P e n t a g o n
m anpow er
authorities estimate, will be
-----------' Ldrafted.
S ays A ssistant D efense
Secretary Rogers Kelley:
"If there is a call-up, it won’t
be very large. Not many will be
summoned. If none are drafted
in the first quarter of the year.
H?E-04(;iSTMAS SALE
6 to R G E C. THOSTESO N , M .D .
Aboijt N u rsin g
D ear Dr.' Thostesjin:
children and grownups alike. But it
can also be a leth al thing — if it
catch es firei And that^ hazard,
which m i ^ t lead to tragedy, can
be m inim ized by a few sim p le
precautions.
,—
OP—wr e j r t hs - a r e le s s
flam m able when fresfT 'The danger,,
i n c r e a ^ a s the days pass. They
should
brought into the house as
p o ssib le ,
and
rem oved
soon
a fia c w a rd .
.
To keep a tree fresh longer, trim
— the b a se sta n tm se r aM east an incli
—-^«bove 4he-previous cut, and iriuuiit"
C o p y f i o h t 1 9 7 2 lo » A n g e le s T im e t S ^ n d ic o t e
the stand in a tub containing w ater.
on>j)f nine ounces , of..
borax and four ouncfig of tioric acid
to a gallon of wfcfer, sprayed or
BR U C E BIO SSA T
bnSshed over tr w s or w reaths, w ill
nelp to m ake them fire resistant.
Wrapping paper should be kept
from , proxim ity to the tree. The
.sw ift fla fe “oT“a“ M ^ h g tree c a tr
W ASH INGTON - Sources in
touch off nearby flariim ables with
New D elhi s u g g e s t P rim e
startling rapidity. Keep a bucket of
M m ster G andhi is beginning to
water, a hose or a fire extinguisher . fmd In d ia's association with
T h e j o y that is Christm as has
-rrften-tjeeirtnriw ■
th a t c o u ia h a V e b e e n p r e v e n te d .
“ r e p a r e d n e ss jcan..m ak.e x e g r e t
P
unnecessary.
”
' '
Tim es Do Change,
ask e4
and to jiom e d egree nigther.
from a health standpoint? —
r have never slept in one and
have little information with
which to fo n p a j u d ^ e n t ,
e x c e p t th a t
o rth o p e d ist
friend of m ine did sleep on one
and found it uncomfortable.
I h ave net doubt others find
th em c o m fo rta b le or they
wouldn't be using Iheih.
""The ■sirppiest answer for your
son, r think, would be to try a
plywood bed board betw een,^ia
itiattress and springs a n d See if
that h a s any effect. Unsturdy
m attresses can cause back
pains.
P ersistent backache is not to
be considered lightly, and so, if
it persists, it would tie wis< to
have an X-ray of his back and
look for other causes than a
weak m attress.
i\s far a s the w ater bed goes,
if he insists and you can afford
o n e , and if your floors will
support the weight, then let him
use one and find out.
D ear Dr.
Thosteson;
P u b lish e r “ Al'
W e sle rg r en
im m e d ia te ly sta r te d to o ffer
sw eets here and there.
He cam e by cnir desk. We were
talking on the phone and waved
him away — until Jater. we
thought.
But he never cam e back to offer
us another chocolate
Really, our Publisher is such a
generous soul. But perhaps it is just
as-w eU ^-w e-arecarrying too much
i§’"
Being naturally nosey we took a
look.Both w ere from the White
House There w as a card in each of
them." The fir st
sh o w ed a
reproducGDn o f a pa"inting showjn_g
the capitoi buiidiTTg in Washington
-i>.- € r as it look ^ l m T ^ g "lt~was^
uwdar—eons truetion—then ------The - • -------— TDDAT'S L iiL i RLK:
■Second card, reprodiirtinn. ftf a
— A rich m an ia a g u y -who ran-tdrawing, w as "done in 1839 and
afraid to ask the clerk to show him
showed the capitol as it looked
som ething a little cheaper
when com pleted.
B eautiful '
WE SU G G EST
R u m U m ay be som ew hat like
rid in g on
b a clr o f a ^tigcr.
ev believe, is
what is propeiim g m m .
tow ard rapprO chem ehl with the
-------- - -
The India-R ussia friendship
p a ct and .Soviet backing for
India in the w ar with Pakistan
ov e r
B a n g la d e s h
w ere
uiterpreied a s a m ajor victory
for New Delhi, and insure that
India would be by far the m ost
powerful nation on the sub­
c o n tin e n t, low er A n ftric a n
mfluence in Southern Asia,
m ake it possible for India to
stand up to China.
Soviet a id , m oreover, w as to
m ake India independent of the
West and the United S tales in
p a rticu la r.
T oday
M rs
G andhi
is
a p p a r e n tly d is c o v e rin g the
•Soviet Union w ants a payoff
One .Soviet move and another
leads to the conclusion Moscow
now w ants a strong say in how
India develops' eConomfcally.
The Soviet leaders seem ingly
' '^ e attem pflnp Yo'eeTriewTCT
to a rra n g e things so that what
lu ces
consum es will m esh closely
w ith S oviet p ro d u c tio n and
S o v iet n e e d s. The In d ia n s
reportedly have already agreed
to take Soviet economic needs
to m ove
on
th e ir
own
independent path, Moscow (if
the Indians a re a cc u rate in their
intelligence) gtirs up the local
frrtflan C o n im u h ist g ro u p s,
"which then organize student
u n r e s t aiid a n ti-g o v e rn m e n t
S om e In d ia n s h a v e 'also
p i o in t e d - ^ t - - l
M inister that econom ic and
lectinical aid from the Soviet
R A Y C RO M LEY
B r e a s t feeding does not does drinking w ater rem ove the
perm anently a lte r b reast size so d a n g e r to y o u r health. ,“^y
^ to cause sa g later. T rue the dissolving the sugar? E ia m p le !
b re as'is .e n la rg e te m p o ra rily if I eat a candy bar, then drink a
during pregnancy but return to glass of w ater, is it as though y
Union is not all that it seem s. At . f$u:ffier-size afterw ard — other didn'4.have the candy b a r? (1
things being equal.
know thecA lories still count.) —
a tim e when Soviet technical
The breasts will droop if there I.. M.
'
experts a re advising Indian
is weight loss or a loss of supDissolved o r pot, the su g a r's
fa rm e rs, Moscow is sending hef
Txirting tissues a;, a ' woman still tfiere. in tact, w hatever you
own ag ricultural experts to the
grow s older, Some experieno«- » e at, the stom ach cl\um s it into a
■ttiited States to leam from
farm ers. R ussia is thTS; o th e rs d o n 't. B re a s t liquified sta te anyw ay.'
th a t — Voif a r e entirely right, of
TjnjingriTTreSFfJ
governs it.
course,' th a t. the calories still
S ta te s to,' m e e t M oscow ’s
tlifnr - -T here _are. indeed, plen^y^ o t c o u n t— which is-whyT>«jpleT>it----the U.S.S.R. is sending w heat to women who have breast-fed reducing diets should avoid
their babies and are not droopy, sugar in their coffee. T h at's a.
India
and there are others, as y'oii ha'Ve m istake some dieters m ake,
seen, who never did any breast thinking th at liquids won't add
fe ed in g b u t have becom e as riMJch weight as “ solid"
droopy anyway.
foods Som etim es the liquids
add even m ore.
Dear Dr. Thosteson: My son,
16, sleeps on a soft m attress and
springs.
He complains
of
^\re you tjothered with ringing
In the ears'* If so, write to Dr.
fo rc e s m odeled a fte r the backache.
I c an 't convince him that a T hosteson in c a re of this
National -Security Council ^ d
the new Council on Kconomic h ard m attress would tie m uch n e w sp a p e r for the. booklet,
better for his back. Now he
F a r .N'oi.ses - T h e u 'C a u se s
PoUcy.
and C ures, "enclosing with your
The P re sid e n t^ is lea n in g w ants a w ater bed
He thinks that would be best
request 15 cents in coin, and a
heavily on these councils, or task
forces, chaired by White House He IS not a sound sleeper. What lonj', .self-addressed (use zip
staffers or by m en given an do you think of the w ater bed code I , stam ped envelope
additional White House title
Far .Mr. Nixon has in the past
four years learned a basic trick
of governm ent; Once name<l a
presidential assistant, an of-
“ End Run”
W ASHINGTON iN E A ) r^ffton aides a rc convinced this
new Congress will be so rough to
dtjal with that they expect litUe
su c c e ss in p u sh in g th ro u h
r)[iajor Whity House dom estic
p rp g ra n is c e rta u U y _ in
anyw here near the form the
lYesident wants
•S p c cifu ally , they ejcpecl
Congress to turn Mr. Nixon down
cold on m eaningful laws to
reorganize the C abinet and
stream line th e presen t hlt-andm iss
c o n g lo m e ra tio n
^
l^gvi?rhmVnt~3 FparTiTiM.^' 'a^^
agencies
The prnhlem nn the Hill,
•N'lxtn men, is that form al
re o rg a n iz a tio n
of
m a jo r
d e p a rtm e n ts and a g e n c ie s
requires a reorganization of
powerful Senate and House
If a
person takes too much sugar,
Getting Pinchy
M R. SPECTA TO R
Our head is hanging in sham e.
Darrell F. Sw eet, who hangs his
hat out on Route One, Twin F alls,
sauntered into o t t r ^ f i c e ^vith^-a
couple of envelopes
"Want to see som ething?" he
Does
sag in later life? A friend and I
were (Uscussing it, and I told
her I was considering b r e ^
feeding.------- -------------' ^
Her mouth fell open and she
said, “ Oh, you wouldn’t. Why,
by the tijne you are 35 or 40
you'll look like an old cow, with
a big bust th a t hangs down to
your w aist."
.
i’
not big busted now and
have read in a m agazine th at
brffast feeding does not-, h arm
“•the bust. The article also gave
so m e r e a s o n s why. b r e a s t
_^feeding , is so igood. Amdng
others it gives the baby a n ­
tibodies to protect it from
diseases.
.
, I have seen a lot of women
who did not breast feed their
childreh, but they hang or sag
terribly. What do you thjnk? —
Mrs. A. L. I thoroughly ^gl'ee with you
and with the article you read.
There a re all sorts of good
^ reasons (or brefljt feeding„iajid
they include the emotional as
wpll a s physical health of baby,
Yule Fires
A Christmas tree is a loveiy"
cansideratioir is~8“
reduction of this troop level for
economy purposes. There is
considerable support for that by
budyt-bajancfaig a d*ocates>1n~
the President’s inner councils.
A cut in military strength
would do a lot to ease the Ar­
my's and Navy's problems to
recru it
an ' all-volunteer
Ficial can cut axross departm ental and agency lines in a
W flsTjpariTo r
a powerful d e p a rtm e n t Furth <>ri—an . in te rd o p a r t m e n to l
c o m m itte e , p ro p e rly
con­
s tru c te d , can e x e rc is e the
planning and decision-m aking
functions of a super agency.
The fu n ctio n in g of the
mm W
ORLD
national plans and the R ussians necessitate a reshuffling of proved to M r"N ixoh that such
Well, Uie one card had been m ailed
gatherings com ing along — and if
h a v e prom ised to do the sam e. position and power in Congress com m ittees can provide an
to Mr. Sw eet in 1971 and thedther in
you go to one .where your boss Is
Some Indians influential in the on a wide scale, "stir up months oi'derly way for collecting and
• 1972. They were Christm as C ^ d s
also a guest — just rem em ber that
Gandhi ruling group beli«ve of bchuid-the-scenes s t r u ^ e (unncting ideas, p rogram s and
trom President Nixon.__ L________
-it's e a s y -tn Ant<»rt^in him — ju st
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t h a t t h r way T hings a re going , ^“for position. ^
recolTimended-dei'tstons to“The
Which rem inds us that ^ e did get
listen to him!
this c o uldn't^in effect, m ake
The delicate power setup in President in a way which
an invitation to attend President
India an econom ic sateUite of the S e n a te a n d H ouse of strains out a g reat deal of
Nixon’s first inauguration — but
R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s h a s been emotion and special pleadin;g.
M oscow
on
the
E a s te r n
YULETIDE GREETINGS
Euro[)ean m odel. .
created through the y e ars by
couldn’t get there becai^se no
But Mr. Nijton would liks.to gp
Mr. Spectator hopes dll of yoU
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The R u s s ia n s a lso a re gradual advances in seniority fu rth e r a n d shake up the
money w as in the en vdop e and we
folks wUl have a find-C hristm as
reportedly im patient with the and a m ul^tude. of- individual, existing departm ents radically.
didn’t have any either'.
and that the Ne<v Year w ill be a
speed a t which India is m oving and intra-party slfuggles. 6 nce •Because of the large num ber of ■
— New; com e
th in k -o f itT w e
good on e-for yein-We^reaUy .m ea n
tirw a rd S o c ialism . By this" in is Balance w as u p se t.; the e n tre n c h e d p r o g r a m s , tire
didn’t ^ e t a n invitation to "the
Just^tfaat. B eing a newspaper editor
meafjs and that, the Russians, it
infighting for position would be n u m b e r
o f "* e n tre n c h e d
inauguration next month.. O r' a
isi)’j tthe e a sie st way to live. W ^ r e
a p p e d ^ are pushing for rapid
terrible to behold and could bu reau crats m anning them and
Christm as Card, either.
and complete nationalization of
result in lasting bitterness. the s tro n g re lu c ta n c e of
l)lam ed for m any things not our
WMch, a s we said, causes our
India's su g a P rtex ttfe^ d drugil
The President's men believe Congress to cancel projects
fault, w e a re accused of this and
~ h e a d 4 o h a n g — in sh am e,
i» t- "“thatv^ nd ortc^ in^awhile w e are^ - a i n r — n J r t r m a c i U t f c i n s they can get" around this which are no longer wiyth what
in d u stries, not^ the p a rtia l, congressional roadblockj'flrst, theycost,am ajorreorganlzation.
ev en praised. But teyoh d all this ^
p ie^ m ea l nationalization n^w by the creation of new and Ies?--isprobaU y th eo n ly p « ^ b lew a y
B IT T E R S W E E T .
our w ish for you th is s e ^ n is tto t
apparently under way
rtentE O v«rsial — a g e n c ie s
^
a c h ie v e —th e T > h » le^ le
H a r o ld H o v e o f the l \ v i n F a ils God w ill b less and keep you. If you
ot these fields.
eyecD tiv e o r d e r ^ i^ je c i^ to ^ lis h m e n t of programs which
B a n k a n d T r u s t stro lle d in the ‘
d eserve His love — and I ’m sure^What bothers the Indians c on gression at: vveto
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and have outlived their ^
jisefulne
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'■yes, f was here fast week, fooV Tm
o t l i e r ^ 'a J v H ^ t a 1 0 - p o u ^ b o x of
m o6t‘.Qjt,you do — you w ill recejive
p a r tic u la r ly ^ that. when t t e y second, by M tiing up ^irtthin the df which have never lived up to
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T hree newsmen have been
Jailed and three others face
incarceration for refusing to
reveal confidential m aterial. As
a re su lt, pleas for “shield law s”
a re rising rapidly in state
legislatures and Congress.
Sen- Vancf! ^Hartke, D-Ind.,
re c o i^ n g s his re p o rte rs m ade
during an investigation of the
W atergat^ affair.
But four o ther new sm en have
sim ilar prdblem s, a n d a fifth,
William Ko t , a Los Angeles
T ta es, re w rf e r. h a s spent 26
days behind b a rs for refusing to
tell a Judge who gave him
inform ation . concerning the
to a boil la st Ju n e by a U.S.
Suprem e Ck>urt''decision th at
new s m ^ a have no right
under the F irs t A m endm ent to
decline to a n sw e r ^ a n d Jury
questions.
. '
F o r them it is a m a tte r j;f
ethics, bnd new sm en airgue that
if th ey can not keep ^the^
sources secret, they soon wijl
■^et top prlorny whefi Congress be kept in Jail for life, unless he ' im portant faet^.
However,
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LOS ANGBLBS (U P I) ^ A taxpayers’ suit to
force the re le ase of new sm an WllUam F a r r on
g ro u n d s h is Im p ris o n m e n t c au sed . Ille g a l
expenditure of public funds was rejected
T hursday by th^ sta te D istrict Court of l ^ p e a l.
I t ' w as yet an o th er loss In F a r r ’s ' legal
attem p ts to get ou to f Jail w here he Is serving an
in d e fi^ te te rm for contem pt of court.
He w as Im prisoned n ea rly four weeks a g o forrefusing to t ^ a Superior C ourt Judge w here he
obtained informaUon for a story about a plan by
the Mnnsnn fa mily, tn m iirder celehriUM
The M a s ra c h u ^ tts L^gislatu^e _lrecen tly twice killed
proposails to shield the p r e u 1>y
granting it the privil«get of
confidentiality. Th$ votes w ere
close, and w ere infllienced by
the. printing of the Pentagon
P a p e rs.
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- P ress shield law s exist in 17
sta te s, and in m ost other statM
■win -Q0 ja e-.;u p -in -B « * ^
F r id a y
y u c c a f l a t s , Nev. (U P I) "w as d e to n a ted Thuradiiy
7 -<^B~un«terground nuclear de- bottoni of a 2,2604oot v e rtw a l
vice, p«cking the.puiich of from s lu f t a t thie^testing
' 20,000 (p 200,000 tons of TOT, here. - .
.grounds
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step would be an appeal to Supreme Q n ift
nfie^Stn c irc u it U isc lc i.
strongest to the brief jailing of
John F . Lawrence, head of the"
L o s - ^ g e l e s T ip «8 ■bufeatt-4n
W ashington, because he with- held
from a court tape
m ore sim ilar conflicts ■ a re
brewing betw een newsm en and
Judges,— gi aiid Juries— ? n d governm en^a^nc'iies.The controversy was brouRht
re p o rte rs a re not different from
other citizens. I t ' i s . a s s e r t s
- th e y ^ o u td p ro '^ d e all inform aUon available to assist the
adm inistration of Justice.
In T p n n ^ jp g , ' ^ t e
Sen.
Calvin C^M on said of a
re p o rte r in a local case
recently dism issed, ^‘I ’d like to
leave him th ere till he ro ts."
Such positions often have
been taken by law m akers, and
newsmfen
the conflict alm ost alv^^ys
a rises in situations with politi­
cal overtones.
l£\ws th at did not cover th eir
-particular situations. Some law s
a re old, and have not b e ih
m odernized to include radio and
television reporters.
In Congress 24 proposals
were introduced a fte r the
Suprem e Court decision. New
versions will be offered the
session.
_ . .
TTiey range f r o m ' a 'onesentence bill by. Sen. Alan
Cranston, D-Calif., who afford
"absolute im itiuhlty
f r o ^ testifying, to. a com plicat­
ed proposal of^^fien. Lowell P.
W eicker Jr., R-Conn.. _ . ' '
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$74,000 In U. S. incom e taxes. Sentencing 'was
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fo rm e r p re sid e n t of L itton
Industries, loghead the O fficM f
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-governm ent and defense Indus•j'y___ ,___ Askpd Thiir.sriay whether he
felt ' President Nixon should
-wTthdFaw th e a p p b in tm e n t.
Proxm ire replied, "Of course 1
think he should.”
“T here is no question about
. Dfe "Tacr THaTThe relfltldiishT^
has been too cozy, too close..."
Proxm ire told newsmen. He
added that, "Not only is he
I Ash) a t the h eart of the defense
industry, but his abilities as a
m anager
a re
se rio u sly
questioned on the basis of the
p e rfo rm a n c e of the L itto n
shipyards." Utton is a m ajor
^defense contractor.
he head of the 0MB does not
have to be confirmed by the
Senate.
Proxm ire^ .chairm an o( the
Joint Economic Committee of
Congress, m ade the rem arks at
the conclusion of four days of
hearlnga'lnto -weapons p ro cu re­
m ent E rograrns, .................... .....
Proxm ire estim ated th at bil-’
lions of dollars a r e being w asted
y e a rly on c o st o v e rru n s ,
overpaym ents to co n tracto rs,
and inefficiency.
. ‘‘I th in k
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■ja-eat a re a s of w a st
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our defense establishm ent that
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Christmas^ services at First
BaptRt CSiurch at 8:30 a.rn. will
feature Mrs. Callie Smith as
Bev. Jam es B. Hughes will
spealc at both a e iv lc e s on
"God’s SalvatioinSiBesH eST^
as the. conclusion o( his qdvent
series on “The". Incarnation.”
w ritte n by M rs. B e v erly
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conclude the annual program .
T rea ts for all tt^e children will
be given following tflfe services.
Activities begin a t 9:45 a.m . and
the C hristm as program opens
at 10:30 a.m . The public is
invited.
T e m p o r a r y __
chlldreir.wiil present songs and
readings and the adult choir will
sing a special num ber. Mrs.
Reuben Lierm an is organist and,
choir leadtfr'.
A fellawsiiip hour in the hall
will follow the service.
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S H O S H O N E -T h e Rev.-John were at Ketchum P resbyterian
W. Sears, Jerom e, has accepted Church and the Buhl B aptist
the~ pastbrate‘ of the Shoshon^ ''C hiir'ch. He has als'fi substituted
B a p tist-X lm p :h -o n -^ n -4 m M ^ - througfaouL the Magic Valle y ,
basis.
wheh p asto rs have been ill o r on
The Rev. S ears has served vacation.
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RIFLES
Df'Mw06d
Arccitfils pastorate
C L O V E a ^ -—. T he C lo v e r
lujtheran Church will present
its a n n u a l C h ristm a s E ve
children's p rogram 'ar 7 p.m
Sunday
The- children »nlH j^rcsent a
p ro g ra m
of
so;igs
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GernTft W s iw e rs e n , p a s to r.
There.will be m) Christm as Eve
services.
I A w atchnight service will
be(>m a t 10-.30 p.m. Dec. 31.-
TWIN
FA LLS
St. beginning at 11:15 p.m . and the
B enedict's Student and Priary b lessin g of the C rib a n d
will again celet>rate the birth of C hristm as T ree a t 11:45 p.m .
Qonfessions ^ ill be h e ard on
our lx)rd~with a Midnight M ass
on Siinday -nigh t i------------------— .F riday trnm .1 until 5 p m and
The M ass will be preceded by on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m .
a C "hristm as.ilijvine Worship
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worship services ' of O ur Savior Lutfaerao
Church will be a t the YW-YMCA building, 1751
Kllzabeth Blvd.
An inform al C hristm as F v e fam ily worship
service will begin at 6:30 p.m. Sun(fay. The
children's choir will presen t special' m'Uslc,
-T hai senior choir will be featured a t"
candlelight worship a t 11:30 p.m . Sunday.
CbrU|tmas Day worship will be a t 10:30 a.m . in
the YW-YMCA chapel. .
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- REV. CARSTON LUDDER qf Chrtotthe King
Lutheran Cl^urcl), Miami,' shows simulated
Uckets priced at |ll:5 0 fter^ChrUtfflairlBVir'
services at his church. He said, in tongue-incheek letter to church members latil week,
church services should be worth more than the
111 it costrt{9 watch the Miami Dolpiiins in pro
.football playoif In the Orange Bowl Sunday.
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FILI^R — The Filer Nazarene
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candlelight service a t, 11 a.m .
S aturday jsaccording loj Rev.
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FIL E K . The
Peace
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"its annual C hristm as program
at B p.m . today in the church.
. Title of the program Is ”0
Xtrm e, I-et Us Adore _ hUm,
Christ the Ixird.' i Sunday school
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W A S H IN G T O N ( U P I ) —The had sp 9ken with the'w itness,
L a s Angeles Tim es t u r n ^ over Alfred C. Baldwin HI, and in d ict^ in the June' 17 break-in
to lederal court today tape Baldwin’s attorneys, and they of the, headquarters had insist­
recordings o f an interview with had no obj^^tion to the tapes ed they should have access to
a key government ..w itness, in being handed over to the court. the tapes.
the ■alleged JM ig g ing - o f the
:Democratic national com m ittee
after the witness said h e had no
'objection.
u k v e lo p m fD tx le a re d ^ tto ]
w ay to the dropping
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contem pt of c o u rt c h a rg e s
against the MmeaLffaahington.
For all-purposesbureau chief, John R. Lawren­
Sd le i - Sorvico
ce, who had refused previously
Installation
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Assistant U.S. Attorney ElarlV
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C. Silbert told U.S. D istr ict
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7 3 3 -7 5 8 1
Judge^ John J.~Sir4ca that he
will'sing in the sanctuary at 11 will participate on a caroling
a m sgnvpe.s. hlrectors will t)e hay ride at 6 6.m. leaving from
Russell Bennett and Mrs. Ruth the church.
No evening Services will be
T urner. Dedication of parents
and infants, will be included. conducted.
T W IN -F A l,l.S - Sunday
services at the Twin Falls F irst
Assembly of God Church will
feature an aifnual Christm as
program by the Sunday school
and adult departm ents.
The Dec. 24 program will
fe a tu re re c ita tio n s - by the
children, m usical num bers by
the junior choir and a play
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F rL evening from 8:00 to 10:30 p.m.
Sat. afternoon from 1.*00 to 3:30 p.m.
S a t n ^ h t from 8KI0 to 1
Sun. afternoon 2.-00 to 5:00|i.m .
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AUSTIN, Tex. fU P I) - T h e situated side by side with the
T bxas P a rk s and
Wildlife existing 399-acre sta te park.
f'om m ission told neighbors of But the wildlife com m ission
form er P resident Lyndon B. voted during";piprivatejneeting
John.son T hursday to seU t h e i r ' last, week to' expand Ihe- sta te
liind to m a k i rbom for a b ig g e r -p a rk so th a t It s n r r o u n d l ^ ^ ^
I BJ S tate P a rk , indicating that national p ark s i ^ .
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if they did n 't, the land would be
One n e i^ b tir j Kenneth lin condem ned and c l a i m ^ b y the
dig, saib h e plans to fight the.
sta te anyw ay
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sell order, lin d ig , whose fath er
"W e do have the a u/horitv to
Eugene Ijn d ig ownS" the land,
condem n the land if .necessa
said
Johnson
w anted
the
r y ," 's a id G eorge A dam s of the
governm ent to a cq u ire as m'Qch
p a rk s and wildlife- d e p ^ tn u m t^
land as possible around the LBJ
He said letters w ere m ailed
R anch to prevent co m m ercial
to ow ners of six
T hursday tp
'ntfH*heswh.Hll^boPder-Johnsen^ .J e v ^ l o £ m e n t o n _ t h ^ l ^
" H e ’s railroading it through
55(V;icre l.B J R anch. Johnson
has' a lready donated his ranch and getting exactly w hat he
tn the federal goyernm cnt-for a w a j l t s r ^ n d i g . 25. s a l i “ A lot
planned Lyndon B. Joiinson of the landow ners a re scared.
T hey think'they’ll get less if the
N ational P ark .
la nd is condem n ed.
— T h <» n a t i f i n a l p a r k
\n n r id
be
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N ig h t G f liic r y
U - M O v ie
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G i f i P a ck s
A nsw er
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N ig h ts
hued m ate ria l to prove th at
T aurus Littrow Valley w as the.,
scene of re la tiv e ly recent,
volcanic activity.
.C em an . Schm itt and E vans'
in the lu n a r receiving laboratory. The first sam ple containef
will not be qpened until
W ednesday m oniing.'
Top priority then goes to the
unique orange soil found alOng
the rim of Shorty. C rater.
Geologists" expect this rusty-
Y-
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re tu rn e d hom e T hursday and,
a fte r a brief reunion w ith th e ir
famiU 6 s ,' underw ent m edical
'tests , a n d thien sta rte d th eir
;tc c h n ic a lj:e p o rta ^ _ . : __
...of its age
...of its flavor
...of its repirtafion
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F r a n c is c o S u p « ro r C o u rt, his wife, M arcia K llen-baurie,—
nam ed Paijke-Davis and Com­ died Sept. 15 this y e ir .
pany, a ^ n Jo se, Calif., doctor
The
couple
m a rrie d
in
who prescribed the pill and 15 N ovem ber,
1970, . a n i L _ s ^
unnam ed persons as defen­ worked as a second-grade”
dants.
school ‘teacher in San Jose. He
. Ronald S. l ^ u r ie , 30, a patent , said th 4 late M rs~ l'iui^ie-lo 6R“ i
law yer who lives in suburban N orlestrin .from the tim e they_
Tibm-on, said in th e suit th a t were m arrie d until a doctor |
besan treating h e r on-M areh- 1• o fth is y ear for the ailm ent (hat
caused her d eath^T hey h a d Jio
children. '
, '
LBJ neighbors face
land claim' action'
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' com panies w as sued for $11
million Thui'sday b y a patent
law y er who c laim s his wife of
22 m onths died a s a re su lt of
taking the c o n tra ce p tiv e ^ p ill
"N 6 rp e strin .“
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TTre shots to—l)e ' released
today include pictures taken
during the first 7-hour, Y2^
m inute su rfa ce excursion m ade
by C em an artd Schnrtitt D ec..II
and th eir third ouWng Dec! 13.
T he 258 pounBs of lunar
Sam ple^ brought back were
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th eir m issions, E ngineera w an t­
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quickly so th e r'n ? x t
The Apollo l7 _ p ilo ts took
m ore than 2,200 photographs
during their m issions and th e '
The debriefings will not first batch of moon pictures
resum e until a fte r New Y e a r’-s w as scheduled to be m ade
Day, g i v ^ the last of Apollo^ public late today. One official
lu/iar pH tiM he first long break said th e technical, quality .of the
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in their grueling train in g and
flight routine ii^Tm onths.
on th eir 12- 1- r d a j . ,expedition
before pausing to sp^nd Christn ias with th eir fam ilies.
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3 — M i r a c l e s o f C h r is ^ m ^ s
explorers; thanks to‘4he Christr.
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m a s ^ l i d a y s a n d th e fa c t th a t
, 3 : 0 6 . r '3 — M u s i c S p e c ia l
no one 'WiU ibe going to the
4 s l- - M o v ie
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moon again for a long-titne.
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2?, 1971
0 « c e iT ib e r
Disliller's
P rid e
T alented people dem and products
they can be proud of . . o u r talen ted
— Maw<?M5if)(iiler-»s4usllv proud
of his, produci — p i s f l L L E R 'S
P R ID E , l i ’s aged 10 years, m ore
than twice as lon^ as m ost bou rb o n s,
because our D istiller w ants a
bb arb n n he can be p ro u d o f . .. ho\(v.
.old is'th e bourbon yo u 're d rinking?
j»Rn)E^
dly DWHted ■
a n d - B ( b lt lB d b / F A l H ? I E L D D I S T I L L E R Y C O .
M e a d o w l a w h . J « t1 e r » o n C o u n t y . K e n l u c K y
TTie sUiJt alleges that ^ a rk eD avis m a r k e te d the p ill a l ­
though It had evidence from
overseas th at it coi^d cause
blood c lo ttin g , th ro m b o s is ,
_______________
throintio-em
bolic _diseases and
liver dysfuiictiOTs.
JO E'S SPORTING GOODS
CHRISTM AS SALE
tH O T C U N S
REG
\ •
W in c h « tte r M o d el 1 3 0 fr ?
12 & 2 0 G o
Sl1Z3 9S $ 9 9
W i n c h e tt e r M o d ^ l 1 4 0 0 A u lo
» 2 a . 2 0 G o ‘ VR F C A M C
Ii.a 9 * ‘
1a.
30 Go F C A M C
S14A .9S $
S p rin g field M odel 67 P\im p
12 & 2 0 G a 3
5 8 3 50 $ 6 9
■ I F L I tf .
REG SALE
.
Fine 86 Proof Kerrtucky Straight bourbon Whiskey— 10 Yesrs Old
. ' t:
10
T lm e i-N « w » ,
T w in
F a lls ,
Id a h o
fr l d a y
D e c e m b « -
2 2 .
^ AAethodist women
name committees
1972
-Mi Morm' .winners
TWIN FALLS — W iW Kn In tfie U tli a im w l
“ HllMiun” c ratM t of C«niiniiiilcatlon W orkers of
A m erica have bieen a n io w K ^ by oQ lcialr of
local 8U9.
M n . Riilta Blubaugb, Twin F alls, win c a ttJw r
husband,
P anl Blubeugh statio acd in.
Vietnam .
__ M rs. Rob ert H aniey. Twin F a lls, will c all b e t
son who to staUoned in <jerm any serving w ltt
l&e A ir Force, and Mrs. John A. Olsen, Kim­
berly, win call her son, SgL John Olsen,
sta llb n e d Iq Turkey.
Magic Vailey Favorites
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MRSJI.Q:. H ^ N D S
~1755 BethSt., f^ocatello
I
FROZEN em iST M A S F o rm into roils one and one-half
KIM BERLY - T h e Wed^ of M h r B ryan H a rris as a^third
inches in diam eter. W rap in
COOKIES
.
ab o u t
n e ^ y meetfiTg of the United m em ber.
—
>saran w rap and freeze. Slice
cup m arg a rin e
M ethodist W omen’s Society of
M
rs.
R
alph
Nelson,
m
ission
j
cup sifted coofectloner’s
thin while frozen and bake a t 375
th e
O u is tia n Service w as opened education c h airm a n , re p o rte d '
su g ar
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degrees seven to Hiine m inutes.
.p e o p lie
.with a p ra y e r and. devotionals on the planned w ithdraw al fro m j
Do not overbake.
egg
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Iqr M rs. W. C T lduttz. • A fric a of tw o m is s io n a ry 2 v, -cups sifted flour
you
. H ie T lm e » ^ e w t wiU pay t »
M rs.
R a lp h
S im m o n s, couplesi It w as suggested th a t v< teaspoon c ream of tartar
each .week foe Magic Valley
D fc sid e n t. n a m e d __ a jie c ia l ,-Mr..,and-Mrs; N nrm nn T h n m a s-i.
know
v o r lte s . I t y o il'^t a ve
■lfcaspoon~vyntlla"
could be' invited to sp e a k -a t tije
favorite recipe, Ju it m all, it to
teasp<wn salt
'hen~they~re(ui'u Ii'unr^iX" r u p . p^ftan s « ■waUiutii'
W om en’s Pagtf E ditor. Tbe
chopped
lesh a v e -sen FH t-'^ cti^-eandlea^r€a=efiaTlSJ,=
to determ ine the winners;
M rs. D on^K U bprn, i j u i t e r y $15 to the Idaho Youth R anch
cut up
Union officials said the com m unity i;e8 ponsrf'
d a u g h te r s ;
M rs. :K e n n e th for the boys' C hristm as, ^
c u p c a n d ie d ^ e e n cherries,
to the contest is appreciated.
.
N aylor, M rs. Leslie Lowe, M ra.
Mrs. K luttz called attention to
cut up
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______________ B ruce iu U o ff a n d M rs. Hon note pap er th a t h a s .been-oi^.— tJr e am - Tnargarine~and~ 5ngar
B£dlard, w eddings; M rs. Hugh dered for sale. About 2 5 calls t o g e t h e r . B e a t in e g g , then'stir
K ast and w est w iM erg were
TWIN FA LI.S M agic
S anderson, M rs. M able Helton, were m ade during the m onth, in dry ' ingredients b y ‘hand.Valley Duplicate B ridge Club Mrs. E arl Nielsen and Mrs. W.
M rs. G ra ce M cF arlan d , M rs.
IV^s.
K e n n e th
P ie rs o n , e i e r t d i n n u t s a n d c h e r r i e s .
m et W ednesday afternoon at Driscoll, first; M rsi-H.C. HaU
Dale K irkpatrick, the Browse chauTnan of the.canteen a t the
D i v i d e d o u u h i r k o t h r e e p a r ts.
E plscop'alH alrtnT w in F a lls for a n d - M r s . M; -D.' H a rtru f t,
'n B uy, and M rs. M arion Wall Tjlooa'" dTawIngr ‘ IhahE ea^R ie
its annual C hristm as p a rty . ^ second; Mrs. G-. B. P eterm an
and
M rs.
O rv ille .^ -A lle n , group for cookies furnished!
North and south winners were and Mrs. J. M. Kingsbury,
funerals.
Mrs. Wall reported she sent
third;
and
Mrs.
J.T
.
Shelby
and
Mrs. M. F;. Saunders and Mrs.
A le tte r from Rev. W illiam B, C hristm as c a rd s to th^ youth
F O R ALL Y O U R
H A. l.im lem er, first; Mrs. Mrs. R. R. W atson, fourth.
U n e b erry , d istric t s e c re ta ry - aw ay from home- and it w as
H.IJ. F itzpatrick t»»d Mrs. R. R. ' Door prizes were won by Mrs.
m issions, called for.extra^ivTil'g^ suggested t h a t "U pper R oom s"
W illian is, seco n d ; M rs. M. Koy Hill, Mrs. J. M. K ingsbury,'
also be Sent-to tiiem.
TW IN • FAI^LS — P a tty associate grand guard ian of to world service,
Mrs,
H.
A.
Meeks.
Mrs.
F.
K,
Hogtj and Mra.-A. V. W illiams,
It w as decided to give $200 to
M rs. W. C. K lu ttz w a s
W
estbrook
w
as
elected
honored
Idaho;
Carol
L
attim
er,
G
rand
. third; and Mrs. A. C. Victor and Milton, Mrs. John Feldhusen
th e c h u rc h b u d g e t. It w a s p rogram c h airm a n . M rs. Lowe
queen
of
Bethel
No.
56,
InB
ethel
r
e
p
r
e
s
e
n
ta
tiv
e
to
and Mrs. E arl Nielsen,
Mrs. K. K. Milton, fourth.
te m a tio n a l O rd e r bf J o b ’s M ississip p i
fro m
Id a h o ; rep o rte d th at the penny Jar w as played background m usic, Mrs.
Da u g h te rs , j ^
a m m tin g _C aM l#n-W ylie,. G rand Gouneil f u lL — A n — a r tif ic ia l— flo r a l --M cP ariand ptayeffTRe’p T rt oT a
S K .I
announcer
in
th e
W ednesday evening.
• chaplain and p a st guardian of a rra n g e m e n t will be purchased ra d io
SOLDIER MOUNTAIN
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for
the
a
lta
r.
Mrs.
Leslie
Lowe,
program
.
.
MisS W estbrook, is the Bethel No. 56; P a t B reeding,
Fairfield, Idaho
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H€>Ut9€i
Mrs. Legg and Mrs. B allard
d a u g h te r e f .Mc^ .and. M ra^ -guardian of Bethel NprSB; P aul Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs,
- P h o n a .q 0 e -7 6 4 .a 2 A0 .
245 Mom AYe.‘Nr,'^wirt^tU"v^
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a
lla
rd
w
ere
appointed
to
the
w
ere
hostesses:
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OyCTWWei. D«c.»-MDh lift f i u 'y C harles W estbrook.
Moseley, associate g u a r ^ a n of
O ther officers elected Include Bethel No. 56 and past, worthy floral c o m m itt^ .
M
rs.
D
e
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rt
R
e
m
a
le
y
N ancy W onderlich, daughter o f patron of OES No, 29, Twin
Dr. a n d Mrs. Lyle E. Won­ Falls.'; M rs."Betty Hawkins, p a st resigned from the nom inating
derlich, senior princess; Candy worthy m atro n of OES No,)40, com m ittee. She was reglaced
Braley, daughter of Mr. and Filer and Betsy M oorm an, se n ­ by M rs. Naylor, Mrs. ,-AIlenT^
M rs. C arl. B ra le y , ju n io r ior nrincess-elect of Bethel No. c h airin a n , presented the nam e
p rin c e s s ;
K im
B reed in g , 18, Burley.
A b ig a il Van Buren
d au
g h ter of Mr. a n d Mrs. Ralph
-o-----------------------The lib ra ria n 's report given
B reeding, K im berly, guide; and by Miss L attim er w as entitled
------ DEAII ABBY: Sho|iId a wife withhold sex to punish her
husband? Well,, that is' w hat m y wife h a s been doing lately ' Che ryl Arm stro n g , daughtei^of .‘’C hristm as^ls:"
T W IN FALLS - The Country
M r, and 'Mrs, Harold A nnLynn R ider w as "Jo b ie jjf Oie
and I- am sidt,- of It. W hentVer we have a little spat,^ I
strohg, m arshal,
M ^ i n g ” and Linda'/Armstrong W om an's d u b had a C hristm as
alwajrs_ 3 p 3lp ^ z e w ^etiier I think I’m 'vrong or not, but she
O u r M ost Popular
M a rg a re f'H a rv e y , honored was "R obie Jolsie."’ Birthday p a rty W ednesday a t the home of
refuses to accept my apologies.-I-g«t^>yer being m ad in 30
queen, preslded-at Uie meeting. girls were Sharon H arshbarger, Oorotha M cCracien,
styles fo r the young
m inutes, but if^ ta k e s ' h e r'a n y w h e re fro m -tw o to three
Mrs^ M cC racken, w as in
Introduced w e re Art Wylie, Teri S o b o t^ and ChriS Hoover,
■w eeks! •
a n d young in h ea rt.
c h arg e of the business' meetingT"
I d o a 't drink, or m ess around with other , women. If I
A gift exchange w as held.
-did, I m ight deserve this kind of punishm ent, but she gives
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G uests w ere M axine Chapm e the cold trea tm e n t for every little thing,
HAD IT
JCim berly, a n d -Dr. Ja n e
■ What do YOU think ttb o u t a wife lik ^ rn in e ?
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'X V/ir>/^<artt
naae
Vincent, tK^ oansas.
•j The next m eeting is a t the
S hom e of M ary P arks.
Lorelier
n e w s
f:
Bridge, winners
Bethel No. 56
elects queen ■^
PROJECTOR NEEDS
The Maki's are her^
t^orty held
ttrrfarr— ^
T tt^ -b A T C H S TRI N 6^H 5 By ? Ia ry Sue M iller
u n ish m en f
l^ a t c h s U in g s
s p e c i a l
to
» r e
o f
w e l c o m e
e x p r e s s i o n
DK.AR tIAD It : S h e’i unfair. udwIm . and unfulfilled.
But m ore significant, »ex la obviiMuly no p leasu re lor h er
or slie wouldn't deny
■ treat in an effort to punlili
you. When you are on good term s why not d iscu ss It with
ber and. try to Improve the situation?
a r c
d e lig h t s
o f
o u t
th e
a n d
T a rd e r.s
s e a s o n .
w ill
o v u
L o v e lie s
v istM rs,- T lje
g o o d
I
o p e n
d o o r
a f t h e ' C h r is t m a s
i c a
b y
shower gift has had a note from Hilda, nor has she n turned one gift. I gave h e r a p air of good pillows wtiich I
could use myself What should I do? ANGRY IN BUFFALO
DEAR .ANGRY: Tell Hilda she needn't botJser to sesd
jfo« a iw te—th a t y ou 've co m e for ytmr pUlowi.
P N iW em ir Trust Abby. For a perBonal reply, w rite
ABBY. BOX • 7 # i , L. A.. C A U F .
iU m p e d , a d d r c s M cnvotope.
OPEN ALL DAY SffllRDM
^ m - Y O V R m iT L D IN e N E E D S
PLENTY OF FREE PARKiING
A n d e r s o n
/ I LUMBER CO .
a
u n iv e r s a l
h o lid a y
w it h
c o u n - .
tp
A m e r ­
s e t t l e r s
la n d s ,
a
o f I m a n y
H ot
f r o m
o U r
f a v o r -
- h a p p y
t le c tr l c denum iditiers m ay
prove a good investm ent for
room s w here raoiatureicenden-
b le n d
tr a d itio n s .
m in ce p ie s a n d
c o m c .
t o
u s
f r o m
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T h n '^ r - h n r n .i a x c
Y u l e
lo g
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th a t d e le c t_
a b le
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h a s
jt.s
o r ig in
I t a l y ’s
/ illM l
) t h e
ie s
f o l l o w
u c h
B u t
w h a t
n a t iv e
o f
a
p r iz e d
to
lo n g
o f
t h e
A m e r i c a
E u r o p e .
It
lin e
s e e m s
- p a n e t t o n e .
b y
G c r m .a n
c h ild r e n ,
B e - -
. s p n n g - e r l e ^ '^ a d e
T h e
rto w
o u r
t u r k e y
fin d in g
h o lid a y
is
a
o u r
p la c e
fe a s tm R
o n
h a s
v e r y
th e
o w n .
ta b le *
c o m e
a
h a p p y
w it h
tr e e .
th e
S
w e l c o m i n g
O u 'i
S a n ta ,
^ h a v e - i t
th e
th is
sh a rin ji
n u m b e r s
th e
W e
c h i ld r e n 's
o f
d o
t ia d it io n a l
s h a r e
(;ip e .
th e
s o
u p e n
p le a s ­
m a n y
d o u r ,
—
th e
h a n d
la ti-h sti iiig s
f r ie n d ly
a n d
id ea ,
u n t o ld
:S
;S
fu ll
^
W h a t
a
S
a n iie
c ir c le
u r e s
Is
d o v e -
rn o ld s
b ir d ?
a n d
o f
F r a n c e : ??
b e a u t i f u l ,
lo v e d
w o o d e n
T T o e l
In
c o n t r i b u t i o n
k h a p e d
_
--------------- - - A * fa r - a g -4 —kaow,-
is
B r o u g h t
r t iJ S 'a r e
. for w jrk .
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I wanted to scream , "Why didn't you toll m e ? You
DEAR ABBY Hilda, my neighbor's daughter, becam e
engaged and her aunts gave her a shower, which was a
huge success She received m ore than 50 beautiful and
e x p e n s iv e ^ t s [I saw them myself. 1 ’
A week la te r^ tiie wedding was called off. Hilda m ade
I j e iie t ilu i thjj'buy'iTsljea for hK ring back
Her motlH'r told m e that Hilda was sending out notes
saying. "T hank you for the shower gift. The wedding has
been called uff If you can 't come by and pick up your
shower gift, tet m e know and I will get it back to you."
A .a to k jm U t> -h a a _ p a s^
and l have received no such
note Since' I live right n S tT S f f T T lP g n W limJl! tu ilu ig
TELL me. and I'd go over and pick up m y gift. I tiunk she
is waitinf! for me (and otiiers who gave her a gift) to tell
th e
p r e -
ic ii.so n
v a r .v
tries.
.DEAR ABBV, Nfy' husband^wzfe the "quiet ty p e " —the
last person iii the wprld anyone would suspect capable cf
Infidelity. N evertheless, h e was.'
,■
1 late r learned he had been-iiaving an a ffair In Our
home, right in our own bed! I discovered this when I cam e
home unexpectedly and found t
has been thru this can know tiie anguish I.felt.
After I f i M for divorce,, three of m y neighl>9 rs told me.
‘tRnl fnr~ th>
y e ar they h a d seen, ih is yming wnm an
"U E .\K l./ViT: I would not ad vise anyone to Inform on
Jila neighbors. There is too much n a r g ln for error, T]^_
“ w to o g fd spouse" listially know s that som ething is am iss,
and a report from the neighbors wojild serve only to bumlliate.
W ith
E u r o p e ."
fo o S S '
m a n y
Then I realized-that they probably thought they were
doing "the right thing" by keeping quiet. Aijby, had I been
told, perhaps it could h a v e been ironed out by counseling;
or Just knowing would have caused m e t a file for divorce
and been spared the hum iliation of w alking in on such a
scene.
I pray that- at least one neighbor who is aw hre of such
goings on will read this and tell the wronged spouse, so he
won't be .subjected to what I experienced. Thank you.
THE LAST TO KNOW
fiflW
e v e r y w h e r e
tie
o t h c r -w ife
h e a r t
a ie
a c r o s s
lu n g e i
th e
P e a c e
M a y
y o u r
lli.iii
m ile s
a n d
IT a tte y
B riefs
g o o d
w e
s i)n ii> iim t'S
S u r e ly
w e
w ill in s p ir it
la tc h s tr in g
b e
m i l l z e :
w o u l d
th e
e n d le s s '
n o t
s e a s o n
S
S
__________________ V L -.
F r id a y
t o
W A S H IN G T O N ( U P I ) ^
The
State
D e p a itin m t said today the United Stetes Is.
B rm ly coioainitted to negbtiattoi^ a V iefaaro
s e t t to e n t .
•
,
a
w w
bombihg:
-“I hope it is clear to everyone .^^mixersally
c le a r '-th a t we are prepared to proceed with a '
negotiated settlem ent.” . •* • . •
be; affected. Bray declined conunent on grounds
he had not seen the, f u ll'text of Brezhnev'^
statem ent.
Bray also said he would have tio ctunment on
reports that the diplomatic mjsdoris ol Egypt
und'Cuba may have been^ dam aged ‘ '
attacks on Hanoi.
He said Hehry-^TCTKiAsingw'had made this
- .Jn s p lte iif further m assive U .S . r^ d s op.North
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Vietnam in the wake of the anno u nc^ deadlock < cletCr'. ' ■ ■
,in the cease>fire n e g o tia tio n s , ^ p a r t c j e n t
Bray was asked about condemnation of Uie
. snotefmmn Qiflrles W , B ra y ..: P i . said In . ■raids by ^ v>«t. laader Leon id
BrriThnev and
t a w estioos aboik protests t^toerteWj^ his su m estion that Uit.-Ruasianrelatlniifloiuld
— rH e did fla y Inland had-ledged a.-st i f f -preti^_
over d am agelt told w a s catised to a Polish shin
r
during a raid o n - ^ p o r t ^ H a ip ho n g. With th e .
reported death^of three seamen.
Th e U nited ;Stalea. has not acknowledKed
hitting the ship J>ut B r a y said o f the Polish
protest, “ If the facts in t t o note are correct, i t
o f re g re t.”
fo r the negotiations, both Washington and
H a n ti are accudng each other of stalling, with
tfused ov w w hiah »id »
! breakdow n-.
D e c e m b e r
v i t :
Notice It hcraby giv*n Ihot th« Idaho Fiih and-OaiM D*pOrt(mflt
occ«pi bidi (or
orazing on ppproximotiily l909crM'of'^oploiKl
rtiidu« and dry poitur«.located ot tho HaQormon
Ar*o„
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Grozing (lot to MCt»d 300 >>*od»o( cotrto wiM b» pfmiMod
p«riodiJonOory 21. )973 thr^ot^ F«brw€iiy 28; 1973. Th«;i>OFart^0l
will ndV b« r«»ponftibi« for
iiv«^tock or tho q uolityquontity
ol f««d.
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Bidi rhu«t b« rpod* on bid forms oad »ubmirt«d in bid •ny«lpp«s f«rni«lv'
•d by tfM D^fMrtriMnt. Th«y wilj ba ogg^pt^rf <it
of
Ido^ Fitjhond Gom« 6 «partm«nt until 2:00 p.m. on Jonvory X 19731
Formiond •nv*top«»or« QvailcibU from th« ldaho>Fi»h ohd Gam* Dtparlm«At, 600 South Wolnut.
Idoho or A&r. Guy.Horri*, Brunoou,
■Idnba {u,Mr,
Borto >iiitfnl Wildlife Uiwd
HfQtf
man. IdaKo
U f lg e
OPEN
[G e n e ra l ElecUic^
Friday it* Satur^lay
GIFT WRAP
TM lttP J*.
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Reg.*1.00
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M o d e l T -93
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Reg. $ 9 . 8 8 .......
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13.5 oz. can Reg. 83'
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D istrict Court iiere Tliursddy
c h a lle rT g in g
ttie
constitutionality, of sta te law
g o v e rn in g
d e n ^ ^ try .
The
technician^ a l ^ a re seeking
1500,000 general dam ages from
and the state.
The Id a h o A sso c ia tio n of
P u b lic D e n ta l T e c h n ic ia n s ,
Inc., and several Individual
technicians^, in c lu d in g Lee
B arnes, Twin F alls, filed the
flr^inn
the.
B oard
of D en tal E z a m jn e r s , its
ex,ecutive Q a ir S. H anks and
the state-of Idaho.
The silit a l l e g e th a t "the
above defendants, together with
- «ther~persons a s y e t unknowri aV
c o m p ile d d o s s ie rs on the
plaintiffs and h av e paid and
organized stooges to go to the
individual businesses Of the
p la in tiffs “ 'to e n tr» p ' sa id
plaintiffs in alleged violations of
law . . . "
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The action filed also charges
the " h a r a s s m e n t a n d the
singling out of plaintiffs as
herein outlined, is infringem ent
of their liberties and is a fishing
expedition to find som ething to
ition is an unconstitutiohal exe­
rcise of the poli(K powers of the
state, on anarbtitrary a n d cap­
ricious basis, without adequate
showing that such r e l a t e to
the health, safety or-m Orals of
the citizens of the S tate of
Idaho.
— th at the law s a re “ broad
and a m b ig u o u s ," m a k in g it
impossible to determ ine “which
a c ^ a ^ . ^ g a l ” ; ________ :
,
'— that the law s are “ special
4e8islation design 6 d to fa v o r the.
Idaho Dental A ssociation;”
— that the l a ^ encroaches on
the rights of the public “ to
freely contract for goods and
s e r v i c e s ^ w it h ‘ w lia tso e v e r
person or institution said public
m ay desire;
— that the sta tu te s violate the
Idaho Constitution, as well as
the 14th am endm ent to the U. S.
C o n stitu tio n “ a n d ’ fu rth e c
p ro h ib its- p la in tiffs
from
pursuing ih e ir selected vocation
IMew I fa r in S p r in g s
w o s i o f K e tc h u m
By DAVID ESPO
a ev e io p in g
the
proposed
, TiiQes-Newi w riter
sanitary landfill system was if
TWIN J^AUJS------T w in-F alla top priority in the c o u n ty-in d
County cdrhinissiOTers and the u rg e d .the c o u n ty . c o m m ­
county's..elected m ay o rs m e t in issio n e rs to cooperate qp
“friends and neighbors” session helping to work oat a system.
n^ursday. to .explore possible., _ K im b e rly
M a y o r • Von
cooperation oh revenue sharing. N eb ek er
also
to ld
the
T}ie g e n era l consensus of the c o m m issio n e rs a n d other
tpeeting w as th a t cooperation m ayors he had “h e a rd " that a
among the governing units, if larg er w ater m ain a t the county
there w as to be any,, should be- fa irg ro u n d s could r e s u lt in
Rin f i r s t w ith d e v elo p in g a low er in s u ra n c e p re m iu m ^ ,
sa tu fac to ry sa n ita ry landfill while Com m issioner _ W illiam .
system J n T .th e county, and W isem an told the group some ot
secondly, to hire a "prosecuting the m oney could be u ^ a t the
attorney,” for the cities of the M agic
V a lle y
M e m o ria l
co u n ty ,'; s im ila r
to
the Hospital.
W isem an served a s chairm an
^ t a lu W ily ~ c r e a ta ' 6 ffIce”ih lfie
of the h o s p it^ board p rio r to his
county, courthouse.
to
the
R e v en u e s h a rin g c h e c k s a p p o in tm e n t
received in T w in FaQ s County conrniissloner's post.
ranged in size from (210,610 for . T w in- F a lls M a y o r John
the county to a m uch sm aller C hristoffersen,' alM present at
the m ee tin g , com plained th at
(133 accruing^ to Hollister.
Hansen M ayor H ^ o ld Miller the federal governm ent “on the
told the , com m issioner- “ the one- hand glves^ you revenue
cities a re i^art of the county and sh a rin g , and then gdes to a sk f o ^
Right-of-way was p u r c h a s e the m o n ^ s h ould be spent on m o re fire jjr o te c tlo n a n d
from Ben Hurtf§* for $2 uT ^ v e ry o rte The coiinty could help se c u rity ." , '
exchange foh the c ity 's prom ise spend m oney on th e c ities.”
T he e ffe c t, C h risto ffe rs e n
to screen his a d j ^ e i ^ property
M iner also said. Hansen had
said, is to'obligate M m e of the
from the ro a d w a ^ w J
declin ed pi-dsecuiing^ so m e
Fevenue sharing fiin d s'b efo re
Next spring, McClellan said cases, due to lack of funds for a
they a rriv e, '
the crowh on the top of the hill lawyer.
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W arm S p f ings
Bridge reality
'
B la in e
C s in a s
C a s s ia
E lm o r e
C o o d in g
KETCHUM - A new W arm
Springs Bridge is a re ality In
Ketchum.
Je rom e
- Initiated this fall, work on the
L in c o ln
new two-lane s tru c tu re h a s been
M in id o k a
essentially com pleted with final
approach work scheduled for
T w in F a ils
A tten ^ n g th^ m eeting were
will t)e jow ere37~redjiclna the
BufiT^TH ayor T ed P e n c e
next spring.
• ■& p ractice th eir profession. ~ fights' of plaintiffs without due
The 67-feet-long; 30-feet-wide roadw ay slope from the present agreed with "Miiier th a t legal Com m issioners M erl Lepjiard,
The paintiffs seek $500,000 in process of l a v . ”
F riday Decem ber 23, 1977
c o n c re te sp a n r e p la c e s th e alrnost eight per cent g rade to work budgeting w as difficult to William Chancey and Wlillam
general dam ages, a s well as an
. The action filed also dem ands
adjacent one-lane bridge which about five per cent, and the accomplish a t the beginning of W ifem an; Christoffersen, Twin
^additional {25,000 exem plary
a tfia lb y ju ry , the court records
had been posted with a 10-ton approaches will be surfaced, the y e ar, when a city h a d no F alls City Councilmen Tom
d am ag es from Hanks.
I-ast MaArh, voters turned
idea of w hat it-w ould need, Nelson and Ann Cover and d l y '.
show.
load limit^
In addition, the action asks
Jean
M ilar,
Accordinj> to K etchum City down a $160,(X)0 tx)rid p ro p o sa l- But the two m en agreed th a t a m a n a g e r
The suit is the late st iii''^a
for a tem p o rary restraining
Councilman Vem M cClellan, for a new bridge by a vote of 166 lawyer re ta in e d as prosecutor M iller,Pence. N ebeker. Filer
lengthy
legal
battle
betw
een
o rd e r a g a in s t " h a r a s s m e n t ,
the bridiJe- alone cost $40,000 yes to 157 no. However, Richey for the various cities In the M ayor D an K a u ffm a n and
en trap m en t and intim idation of d e n ta l te c h n ic ia n s a n d d e n ta l
H o llis te r
M ay o r
C h a rle s
under a oentract witb Ralph said the proposal i,ncluded right- county would be helpful.
the plaintiffs and from sending profession.
. .
The m ay o rs also ag re ed th a t Siephetd.^--------' T h o rn to n , B u rlfy . A |ip ro a c h of-way costs and about one mile
stooges to the businesses of the
One of the plaintiffs bi -the
and grading w o rlt is-antieipated—o f-ro a d w a y r'
___plaintiffs in ah effort to enj-ajBL .currenL_case,Lee-B am e», w as
to total another $20,000 to $30,000
Public safety and welfare as
the
past
two
y
ears,
the
In me
them into an illegal a c t.”
enjo in ed from p e rfo rm in g __^ j s C am as
well as heavy w inter tra ffic '
h a s so u g h t and he said.
v ir p s
in
n
B ut the action goes on to ask certain services
D istrict f l i n t y s e a t m a y b e t h e n e x t r a i l r o a d
Under a prior a g reem en t with Joads on the bridge, caused the
town In the~ M agic Valley to lose received germ issiun to close its
ih 6 City, s r am e couriTy 'tia
tia s cit y— to - "go
cit y a htoead—
- -go 'vi a r:^the
its
ra
ilro
ad
station.
sjtations
ai
K
etchum
-S
un
law
g o v e rn in g
d e n tis tr y . m onths ago. The ijUing was
donated $ 10,000 to the project,
project, R ic h § /”^ t d . .
The
Ifnion
Pacific
R
ailroad
V
alley,
K
im
b
e
rly
,
W
endell.
C hapter 9, tit l e 901-933, be'ruled su b s ^ u e n tjy a ffirm ed t)y the
M cO ellan said-construction
has asked the Idaho Public Eden and other M agic ValTey Mayor Kenneth Richey said the
u n c o n s titu tio n a l on se v e ra l- Idaho Suprem e Court
the.
U tilitie s
C on lm issio n
for
Service to shippers has rem ainder will be financed for-a ■ w as . f a c i li t a t e d "by
c o o p e ra tio n ”
perm ission to close its station been provided through the line’s five-year period through a local " e x c e l l e n t
here
b e c a u se
" p u b lic slalions a t Shoshone gnd Twin bank( with repaym ent to be received from utility com panies ' TWIN FALLS — A verdict of c h a rg e s s h o rtly a f te r the
made out of the c ity ’s gener&l
in re-locating-iheir Iffies.
convenience and necessity no Falls.
guilty w as re tu rn e d T hursday robbery. The tri^I wa^ delayed
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longer require Its o peration.”
. Union P a c ific's re q u est to thei fund
night for JolSi Stanley Dayley. pending im provem ent in the
SACRAMENTO. CalU. (U PI) —C alifonjU
PUC officials said W ednesday PUC cited declining revenues,
29. Twin F a lls, charged w ith the defendant’s condition. He has
H e a lth D ire c to r J . M. S tu b b le b ln e , a
a lim it of 20 days — until Ja n . 9 an d
in c r e a s in g
e x p e n s ^ ,.
Shelby’s M arket robbery S e p t.. Jaeen. re le a s e d on^his own r e ^
psychiatrist, sa id T burfdtty th a t the C hrtstm as
- h a s t)een set for niing of m aking operation of the station
25________ ___________ ognizance._____________
le asan is itaar ked by g reater - « Botl»iia l i tr ess
wr i t te n p ro te c ts — w ltfr^ rtiff less feasible. W heat, cattle and
A Fifth Ju d icial D istrict Court
^
. ~
and m ore a c ts of violence than any o tk er Ume of
Judge Cunm ngham set .Dec.
conrmilssion, slating why the lumt>er in carlo ad qi|antities
jurji re tu rn e d the unanim ous
the year.
26.
p
r
9
bably
a
t 1 p j n . a s the
request, to close the station a re the p rin rip a | m m thnditips
_verdict s h o r t l j L h e f o r e ^ i j ^ , He urged those .suffering from "C bristnias
ttn re ftrijro n o u n c in g sentenM . "
should be denied.
handled by the line a t Fairtield,
follow ing
tw o
h o u rs
of
neurosis” to seek the comfort and 'support of
In its ajpplicaMon, the ra ilro ad :U P said. . ..
delitieration.
_____TTie d d e nda nt had entered a
— ...........
.
............................... ^
friends, fam ily, and p<9 slbly m ental health
BOISE I UPI I — Rain showsaid w ork periorjiied by. the
_10
D a y le y ■w asx*arged 'w iS rB ie — ptea“ (^ in n o c e n F '^ reason iiff"
facffltles."
ers
m
ade
m
an
y
T
jf-th
e
agent a t F a ir fie ld c a n be
v o e u r robbery of the m a rJte L a n d _ B m L ..in ia n ity aiui— d u rin g
h la
—
U n tim e whe n emQUoM a r s loosed and
-h(Ehways wet this m orhing with“ d'A lene, wet and raining.
litfiiaieU ' just -a s CCnvghientry
resisting an officer. He
testim ony said be believed he
m em ories com e flooding back, a ^ e of
sftmc icy spots and snow floor
Slate Highway 21 — Idaho found guilty on both counts. had c o n s u m ^ a cup of coffee
for patrons and with m ore
happiness bu t, for some, a tim e of-deep sorrow.
xi.^pur ted-al hig h e r <
efficiency by agency , for ces a t
iru g g e d ' -with L S D s jw rtly
•T h e one thing a sad and depressed person
From the state d e p artm en t of inn rock; Ixjwman to Stanley, conducted the trla l which began
Shoshone” by collect telephone
before the robbery occurred.
should not do a t this tim e is to su rre n d er to
lunhways was the road by road .closed
calls from patrons.
Tuesday.
Judge Cunningham d e n i^
despondency.”
refxirt this m orning:
Fairfield IS 59 m iles from
Dayley, who w as wounded by the plea of Innocent based on
In tersta te BON — Portland,
y_-S 55 and 95 - W hitebird Boise a r e a , M ountain Hom e police officers following the
. Shoshone by rail, on the branch
insanity a fte r hearing testim ony
Hill, O ildesac Hill, l^w isto n and C otterel to ther Utah line, robbery of the store, had been from tw o p s y c h ia tr is ts , and
line serving Hill City.
HiH. Banks Canyon to Round
hospitalized and housed in the ruled Dayley should stand trial
wet and raining.
HAII.E'y - A prelim inary Valley, rolling rock; Donnelley
State Highway 68 and U.S. county jail since the filing of^ for the crim e.
hearing is pending in Blaine to .\aains County line, a few 20 and 26 — Fairfield, icy spot.
County M aRistratc Court for icy spoLs
In terstate 15 and U.S. 30 —
•State Highway 51 — M ountain
Bruce Alan Gill. 24, Ketrhurr!.
Home 1*1. the Nevada line, w e f Raft River to Pocatello, bare
c
h
a
rg
e
d
w
ith
f
i
r
s
t
d
e
g
re
e
3 3
_iind_raimn*>___________________ and d ry ______________i _______
Camas to lose
railroad station
.Turv finds TF
m an, 2 9 , guiltyv:
Y u l e n e u r o s i s ____
Idaho highways
w e tv s
ex
\ . Viet lists
nam es of fliers
Blaine
hearing
pending
(]lean
air
“inde:
Gill w as released T hursday
SAIGON (U PI) - N o r th Viet­ lieutenant, serial num ber 567from the Blam e County Jail on
nam today listed the nam es of 54-5545, piloting an A6A based
f
AS
( ' o g ' a ’T'^
U<l’' Cuia*» rn*Her
f n (•
his o»Ti recognizance and was
10 m en it said w ere Am erican on the c a rrie r E n te rp rise, shot
0* *0'
or' r>o
ng af 8 J m loOa »
given until Jan . 4 to consuit an
fliers captured this week.
down Dec. 20 over Haiphong,
attorney.
A Hanoi Radio broadcast of a
ffn lr ji
O s’W
"P aul
L ouis
G ra n g er,
Vietnam News Agency (VNA) lieutenant, serial numt>er 501The K e tch u m m an was
c
o r '^ c a h
tor
''evfiv
oeiO
M
fi
an,
;4
r.O
w
f
a r r e s te d
W ednesday
in
report said eight of them were 52-2129, co-pilot of a B52 based
OO A n d b » ' 0 *» }6 0 fo r f v e n a
\n o r t P ^f o c Of f m e
K etchum m connectwn-with^ a
presented to the p re ss T hursday -at UTapao (T hailand), shot
in tia n o i and two others were down Dec. 20 over Ha Bac^ ___
b u rg la ry
of
S t u r t e v a n t ’s
'lo b
se v e re ly T n ju r e f f t n
cToTRlhg' annex in tfie‘ 'vniage“
IH sp V T S T T T n r
"G o rd o n R o ss N al^agaw a,
.
j
,
.L
parachuting to appear.
c e n te r , a c c o rd in g
to the
U.S. Navy lieutenant com m an.. Tnday-: K x c « ilo n l ~
T hose ^ o did appear .~ Ih F ffp f~ ^ H iil niymh/T .mL4IL7K K
broadcast said, "w ere wearing (rpt 558-48-76,8; num ber g a r­
T o n ig h t: G o o d
red-and-grey striped pajam as. bled in transm ission), piloting
S a t.: E x c e ll e n t
The Mormon C liunh holds
Some of them were still wearing an ASA based on <the c a rrie r
that m an s status on earth i.s
a a io a ^ o D e p a rtm e n t o« H * « ifh
bandages over th eir eyes, on E nterphse, shot down Dec. 20
O r K j . < ! o n 0» th e /» O ili» v 0«
determ ined by hi.i at tions in a
- if m o \ p n e < e to C J '4 P ^ V * p o U u ^ .o n
their faces or their a rm s, a over 'Haiphong,
prc-existence with (ioil
p a th e tic
m a rk
of
the
"Lynn R ichard Beens, U.S.
abom inable crim es which had Air F o rc e c a p ta in , s e ria l
led th em t<j Oie Hanoi H ilton." num ber 529^9069: 852 n av ig a­
(VNA has Adopted the slang tor based a t G u am , shot down
the fliers them selves use for Dec. 21 over Hanoi.
N orth
V ie tn a m e se
p r^ o n
"H-Terry (rp t H -Terry, nam e
cam pa).
garbled in transihission, possi•
,
_____ _ __
The b ro a d c a s t lis te d the ~bly T erry Holt K enneth) U;S.
folio wing
th « -o r d e r — of A tr PorcB^ ijaptaT nT ^ seHaT
p re s e n ta tio n " at the news num ber 420^6-8385, BS2 pUot
conference;
based a t G uam , sh o ^ d g n n Dm .
"R ic h ,a rd E d g a r Jo h n s o n , 20 over Vinh Phu.
U .S . A ir Force m aja r, serial- '■ "TW ir'Other U .S . avaitors.
(Continued from p. 1 )
despite sp a rse snow cover on
number 561-54-6696, navigator Roy M adde^. tK hnfcal ser­
Sun V alley re p o rts the lower ski runs.
ot a 852 b^sed at G u a m , shof geant. se ria l num ber SS6 ^Atra d itio n a l C h ris tm a s ' E v e
School children and teachers
dow nTJec. 18 over Vinh Phu.
M19, g u n n e r^ a ~ B S 3 ^ s e d a t
“ M ic h a e l R o b e rt 'M a r tin i, Guam , shot down Dec. aToVfer to r c h li^ t p arad e on Dollar will h ave a 10-day vacation ;
Mountain will feature som e 200 re
____________________________
tu rn in g to schools on Jan . 2 of
U .S ; A ir fo r c e Ueutenant, serial- V inh-Phn, -and w n n a iir w o u l
num bd- 573-6<:?»78, n a v i^ t o r ArcurJ. U .S . Air ForeeJTeuten- ^ i ins(nJCtors, patro lm en and,. 3 , dapending-on t h e ^ h o o l and
— o f-a -e S 2 b a sM a t G u a m , shot m t. c oP U ot-oL alB a baaed
resort officials said spend the holidays in other
dotm r >«; . » over llniptiong. -G n a m . and shot d o w n ^ c 20
«ook p art.
areas,
“ C arlThom son Wleland, U .S . , over Vinh P h u , were absent ««ly >2
A ir F o r t e c a p ta in , -s e r ia l because they had t e ^ injured'
As the tasTtorch r e a c h ^ a f t ^ ^ ^ t l . H o y ' Thom as^ oTBcef in
num ber J66-74-1442, piloting an while p a ta c l^ tin g .” ;' r . ■b o t lo m ^ t t e hlU, cari^ siriglhg "charge o fih e Idaho Sitate PoHce
A 7 C Based on t h e - c a r r ie r
^ of the 'n a m e s a rd ranl«_be®ta5JtoUbwed b y the a rriva l of\.^n
th is
a r e a ., said- his
AraerteSTaiia 2 idt down
2 F w e re, b r ^ c a « t
fof~ fill tBe~B~ep a r t m e n r ~ ■a n t I c 1p a t c s
’( e n ^ h o n g ,
V ie t n a m u e ..w ith o a t i t t r U M f cfiildren; Th e resort lii flned To unus^ually h e a v y lr a lS c T F n a w "
~~ ‘
c a p a c ity T fo f J h a h b lld a va atwi^npam (Mnpflay~fiT|imt
’i c i a a e i i i ! ' a i u v-H rgdon, descrlpt]<in^~~ -
S p e c ia l
Vfarathon air
war continues
Fire c h ie f e le c te d
KETCHUM ^ W illiam i BiU )
Brand has t>een elected chief of
the Ketcfium F ire D epartm ent.
The s e le c tio n w as m a d e
during
the
v o lu n te e r
will tie forw arded to the
m a y o r fo r
rnnciHt-ratinn in
•aiT>ap|juiiitiiieiit tu the~v»ht7
’ Brand has been involved ■in
assessing the needs O F Ih e
deparlinent and setting up a
p riv a ti donation fiind. D uring
the election, present fire chief
C harles A tterbury, who has
held the post foi^4en years, was
v o ted an h o n o ra ry chief
distinction to r life.
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pent nfficers elected
in c lu d e d : a s s is ta n t ch iefs,
_ T om m y __M allan e__and __Pete
W alling., deputy ‘ Chiefs, Mer
E van s and
Bob .C ask ey ;
c a p ta in .
B re n t
B ru n k e r;
lieutenants, Ike T hom as and Ed
A lfs;, and chief of a pparatus.
Carl Roessler.
(fW atinued from p. 1 )
"Many physicians and nurses
were killed." the rep o rt to
Ambassador Jean-C hristophe
Oet^erg said. The report said
n63pitAM*aS W fb e lw S e ftT a.m. and 6 a.m .
newspaper H um anite published
a dispatch from its Hanoi
correspondent reporting tta t
the B52s w ere being shot dovm
by a new type of Soviet Surface
-to-Air M issile (SAM). But
m ilitary sources in Saigon
suggested th a t instead theNorth V ietnam ese m ight be
using proxim ity fuses which
woijld cause a SAM to explode
near a B52 .without actu ally
! *.
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The U.S. C o m m ^ d s a i d ^
crewmen a b o a rd tKe planes lost
.Thursday w ere m issing,, but it
announced a new policy Of
He said the officers will be on c an be e x p e c te d , h ig h w a y refusing to say how m any ‘m en
are aboard a lost plane. So far
duty in force both periods and officials say.
will be doing all possitde' to
Changing w eather conditions it has r'eported 43 A m erican
a s s is t the m o to ris ts a n d during w inter m onths can bring fliers m issing. Hanoi h a s listed
encourage safe, a n d courteous
driving.
name. S everal of th e m 'w e re was the second tim a the Indiaii.
hours. Lit. T hom as w anied.
iunde<f. ■— ^
--------------- d u in c H y '
been M L
a little 'lertri - t f a n ^
North V ie ta a m jta s donouncad ~ters str ucfc it la st O ct ; I h te M
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' 1 plan to be for C h ris B io s instead ' the ra lO s iu s a tn ra tio a bombing attack which U U c d tb « F V m d i
plenty of time for their t n j ^
of in a hospital," he’ urged.
against heavily populated w e a s envoy in H a n o i.
^ n v e w i ^ u t havmg to dny>!
^ p l o y e s of retafl and has said- huiklreds - o f teyjond the safe s p ^ fo r gtoreg_ M onday m arks the end .. civiUins hayp beeii M Ded ^
■f. — . , ,
' '
highway conditions.
of
^ours o f work for the thousands -m ade ;-4ion \e le8 «
_ ^ ^
N e H s T ii^ s ~ "
Allbough^most h i^ w a > « a re -P a ? * several weeks a n d n n o a t. t h r o u g h - ^
M V
h o lid a y
a c tiv itie s o u tlin e d
^1
Haiphong.
As m any a s 100 B52s and
upw ards of 500 or m ore fighterbomtier? have taken p a rt In th e
raids in what is generally
re g ard e d a s 'th e ihosTlnasslve
aerial assa u lt in history. The
BSiifl, ooeh oafryin g 'B B te ^ 8tons of bom bs, usually fly in
form ations of three and drop
their bombs from great alti­
tudes in a p attern that destroys
anything In a swatch h alf a
miie wide and a m ile and a half
Jong. Hanoi Radio h a s said this
type raid c o n d u c t b y ' asm any a s 100 B52s h a s hit the
hea%rl|y populated Hanoi-Halp h o n g a rea .
Annoilm c ^ e n t of the dam M C____
to the Indian chancery in Hanoi
cam e from New Delhi w here "
Deputy Foreign M inister Surendra Pal Singh told p v D a m e n t >
there had been d am ag e to the
buijding but th a t “ officers and
othei- m em bers of the staff are
r e p o r t^ to be safe."
He said India w as protesting
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Ifrlday December 2», 1972
B y K E N N E lH tU C O F F
B E T H I .R H K M , fara eU -O tyu pled Jo n la n (X JP l) —Th e N e w
te s ta m e n t say s ah angel sen t
l^ jG o d a n n o u n c ^ the b irth of
C hrist to sh ep h en ls in a field
n e v this town 1,972 y e ars ago.
t h e G reek Orthodox c h u r a
siaid. Wednesday
has found
archeological evidence to sup^
port that Christian belieL
But It said th e evidence
shows th e shepheixls received
th e word- on la n d ' the Greek
Orthodox church bolds sacred—
and not on two pieces of nearby
land which R o m a n . e^thoU cs
W
fie ld . H e jia ld a n m
^ d P ro testan ts revere;
church wW gp up n e a r the
I S J r if ir w ^ a s a re caUed cave, leaving the cave Iptacl
and-accesslU e.
shepherds fields.
“ In my. opinion, i t ’s thei true
Archbishop Constantine told
newsm en excavators unearthed s ite ," Constantine said. “ We
a Sth century church th a t is knew th a t th ere w ere ru in s and
e w
anted to u=
be vcertain
nearly com pletely preserved in l^
wc
wamicu
» « iu i
a cavrf abou t one m ile ea st Of ~mr(Wgh eatcavatlbn B n d s-th e
B ethlehon. A m o saic floor also sign» and the m osaic Qoors’'Was uncovered.
‘
• that
this
w as
the
true
view, these findings provide
d e a r evidence for the identlfi-
known as sliephards field
m entioned in e arly Christian
so u rces,” h a - s a i d ^ .
The field is m e n tio n e d in
TWIN f a l l s - The F irst people' w in a s s i s t . In the
Luke in the .New T estam ent.
^P resbyterian Church will ob­ cerem ony.
'
The archbishop said the
serv e a F a m ily W orship Service
The C hancel Choir will singin clu d in g Byzantine e ra church w as the
a t 11 a .m .
tuary.
‘‘Glory to God In the H ighest" oldest found on any of the th rw
— M rs. M ichael Phillips wiU vyith S0 I09 by M rs. D avid Mead shepherds fields, proving that
d ire c t the p ro g ram , which will a n d B re n d a B e n n e tt; the the G reek Orthodox site was
be presen ted by the children of English C arol "H ow F a r Is It to
the church School. The Ju n io r B e th le h e m ? " ; a n d a duet
Choir, directed by M rs. C harles featuring M rs. M ead and Mrs.
Van N est entitled "U ttlH LainU;
Who "Made T hee."
of C h ristm a s.”
-The C hanceiC hoi will sing the
The public l^ in v ite d to both
C hristm as Antnem , ‘‘Adoration services. - 1 ^
o f ' W S h e p e r ^ ’ " “iffiagrrtlie-^ ■ There wHl w no*9:30, a;m.^
RICHFIELD - Delbert L.
direction of Mrs: R obert Van service i n the F iresid e Lounge
Tree was sustained as the new
Nest. J ^ e s .Hall will, sing the' this Sunday only.
bishop of the R ich fie ld 'L D S
W ednesday evening there will
tenor solo. ^
'
- Following the F am ily S e rv iw be a p a rty for S enior High and W ard d u rin g ' a s a c ra m e n t
m eeting a t the church Sunda]^
the children will receive tre a ts. College age young p ^ p l e in the
night.
...
Junior high young people will Fireside I.ounge of the church
Also sustained were D allas
ushe^ a t th is m o m in g -se rv ice . beginning .a t 7 p.m . A play will
W ard, firs t cou n selo r', and
-T he tra d U io n a l C h r is tm a s be presented by 'th e D ram a
D avid
N ew ey ,
second
. E ve C andlelighl'Service HjU be D epartm ent flfi the College of
counsel©^, a n d M ^ k E- Bowers.
held
a t 11 p.m . Sunday. Southern Idaho .e fltitl^ - ‘.'It
e * e c u tiv e
s e c re ta ry .
- Bv«r-yofie i ^ be given^& 4m alL-Should H appen to a " B rshop K en T 3Ixon waS
candle and C h ris tm a s -C a ra b ~ R efreshm ents will b t served
released a fte r serving three
will be sung. Senior High young following the pro g ram . .
y ears as bishop of the RicU ield
Watd^Also re le ased were M ark
1 Bowers and WendelTTUng. as
counselors, arid Gai 7 .^ o w n le e
as executive se c re tary .
X, Bishop T ree and his fam ily
moved to Richfield a year ago.
from Coalville, Utah. He has
had several y e a rs experience in
the bishopric 0/ the P ark City
w ard in Utah, and served as
YWMTA prpsident since coming
^^The othei- -d en o m ip atlo R srthe Catholics and la te r the
were the co rre c t fields from
wh^re the shepherds saw the
^ ta r," the archbishop sa id .
“ We did not m ak e this
excavation really to prove that
this is' our place and Qur pla<^
is the gorrect one, but ^ Uic
exca’vatidn c a r r ie d . o n ,' froir,
w hat we found, I think th a t Uui
is, the co rre c t p lac e," he
B ish o p su sta in ed
at R ic h fie ld wand
C h r ls t riia^ coiin^s io T F
TF m inisterial group p la n s 2-w eek
project with daily prayer service
TNm
p r a y e r s e rv ic e a t l e a s t in
restaurants, and the telecasting
of the program , “ F aith in Ac­
tion," Jan . 6 , on KMVT.
"The objectives of Ihe Key 73
F alls M inisterial Association
k e y 73 Ccffnmittee has p l a n n ^
a two week em phasis on p rayer
and repentance, beginning the
day a fte r C hristm as. .
Buhl plans f o r '
Key 73 project
• BU H L “C alling Our
Continent t<» C h rist" is the
th e m e of a d y n a m ic and
p ro m is in g
p r o g ra m
of
evangelism that is sw eeping the
nation.
T h is program ^ known as ‘'Key
73" is being developed, and
p a rtL c ip a te il .-iJi
by
L3Q_
d e n o m in a tio n s a n d re lig io u s
s a n c tu a ry
of
S t.
J o h n 's
I^ th e ra n O lurch will be
l ^ e '^ l c h ^ u l f S d e r F S ^ s t
for the noon hour for any who
C^iristian C hurch, Dec. 27; F irst
w ish.to enter and p ray . There
B a p tis t.
D e c.
28;
F irs t
will not be a lea d er for a
P re s b y te rlia n , D ec. 29; St,
w o rsh ip p e rio d , sim p ly th e
B enedict's P rio ry . Dec, 30; at
o p p o rtu n ity fo r ifid iv id u al
re g u la r w orship services,. Dec.
worship.
—
31; F irst A ssem bly of God, Ja n .
The second Acti vity of "Key
2;
fc.'piscopal C h u rc n
of
73'- tn-Buhl will be a program of
A scensierti— ihm r— — F i r s t
traim ng for la y evangelism . A
N azarene, Ja n . 4; and the
organizauons.'
In Buhl, the p ro g ra m is being
^ n s o r e d by the-faiter-Church
Council. The first ph ase of the
. progra m -ta-be o^jserved is the
_______“ Noon Call to P ra y e r."
This will oe sta rte d With Fire
t l i i e f P rim e G abardl ringing
the, bgll on top of c ity hall a a rh .
day a t noon from Tuesday
th ro u g h
F r id a y .
Jan .
5.
R esidents of the com m unity are
lU'ged to stop for a few m om ents
to p r a y in p e n ite n c e and
c onunitm ent for our nation, our
conununity, for the work of our
churches, and for them selves.
D u rin g th is p e rio d , the
a r e to bring to Twin
J^alls the K ey 73 evangelistic
th ru st which presently involves
m o re th a n
150 C h ris tia n
denom inations and groups in
ifee Ut-S, and Canada^ P h a se 1 of
Key t i i i ‘“ Bringing Oui* Con­
tinent tp P ra y e r and Repen4a«G«" -which -the - local—com ­
m itte e
is
p r e s e n tly
im ­
plem enting— w ith the “ Noon
P ra y e r CaU.”
The. Noon- P ra y e r CaU will
begin , in Twin Falls T uesday
with a brief p ra y e r service at
noon a t the F irst Methodi.st
Church. Services will follow
R o g erso a Roundup, Room , J a n .
3, for a no host'luncheon.
Rev. Eugene T ja rk s o f'O u r
Savior Lutheran Church, who
organized the Noon P ra y e r Call
p r o je c t, s a id , " T h e p r a y e r
s e r v ic e s w hich h a v e been
-planned will be no longer than
10 trm m tes- in - length , i m t •wjU
give inspiration to the people of
Twtir F a lls to w itness to th eir
C hristian faith throughout the
1973 y e a r. As the two hands of
the clock point upward,'-I hofx:
m any will lift th eir hands in
~ ^ v e r to God."
_______
The two weeks o f ’p ra y e r will
-B IC H F IE L D
S p e c ia l
be concluded with I
se rv itrc s- ■ a r t r
p rO g ra n r " F a ith in ' Action, " ___
s c h e d u le d for c h u rc h e s in
which will be a ire d on TCMVTr Richfield this weekend,
■Jan. 6 , a t 7:30 p,m .
• W hat ShaU 1 Give H im " is
The p ro g ram will be telecast the tifle of the program th at will
na tio n ^ly at that tim e tp launch be presented a t the Richfield
the K ey 73 em phasis, Chilrches 1J3S Church a t 10 a.m . Sunday.
are being urged by the local M em bers of both the ju n io r^ ^ d
com m ittee to follow up with s e n io r S u n d a y sc h o o ls w ill
d iscnsA ton— g^rffnps~ -m — t t i f p articip ate.
program .
The p ro g ram will, be under
th e-d irec tio n 'oLJVIai^k-Jayi}^^
Chureh
C h r is tm a s
E ve s e r v i c e
R ic h fie ld slates
C hristm as rites
prn>a»nK^ in th<» Fpllnw^lhiphi^^^—of F irst C hristian Church, to
p re p are
in d iv id u a ls , fo r
evangeliatleCBlling. This phase,
also-sponsored by the Inters
Church'Council, w tU ^egin at B
p m ,, ja n , 9 and continue-each
T a e aduy—e v e n i n g ' . for—four
w eeks.
a
BO V ILL, Idaho l U P l ) —
Was bitten on theby leg
The training sessions will Tuesday w asn 't Santa Q a u s '
G erm an Shepherd dog.
include film s and discussion, to day in this sm all northern Idaho
Uqidaunled, he continued on
enable people to learn to be com m unity
his rounds until a sh o rt tm ie
w itnesses and share their faith
George Pingel. an em ploye of later he slipped on som e ice and
in Jesus Christ with others
th e Id a h o D e p a rtm e n t of sprained the ankle on his other
M em bers of all churches in Highways, put on a beard and
leg.
Buhl are inyited to participate re d su it T uesday m orning to
Pingel. who will be off work
in these trainingn^ssions.
c a r r y on a tr a d itio n of for
a b o u t . th r e e
]^ a y s
delivering sacks of candy to the recuperating from his injuries
c-om m u n itv 's children,__________said, when iisked if he planned
S io rtlv aFter’the form er city to continue as St Nicholas,
policem an be^an his rounds he
"I ve h a d it. '
Santa Claus has
b^<r^3ay inJBovill
— Episcopalians set^
children’s service
TWIN F ALI ^ - A 'C hristm as
Eve candle lightinf; sejrvice will
■■be p rBscntcd a t tha - Churc h ot -.
Stmday school presid en t.
th e'B reth ren , 481 F iler Avenue
— The Ric hfield-w a rd -ehoir will W., a t 7:30 p.m . Sunday.
'
present a m usical program ,
The choir will' present old
■'The G lo rio u s
N ig h t of favorites and special num bers.
M iracles" a t 7 p.m . Sunday.
Rev, Howard I ^ s e n invites the
A Richfield w ard C hristm as public to attend,
party is scheduled for 7:30 p,m,
S aturday.
,
S e rv ic e s a t th e R ich fie ld
United M ethodist C hurch-at 9:30
^ ^ m i*‘SUnday will fe a tu re the
a n n u a l c h il d r e n 's C h ris tm a s
pro g ram . It will b e d irected by
TW iTM Sif BeW aHanSffS. eT c
Peterson.
H o llis ie r .
s e t s r it e s
_
toT U chlield.'......... ........
Blaine Stake P resident Oral
G. Stew ard, Carey^ conducted
the re o rg a n iz a tio n of the
bishopric. “Both ‘ the outgoing
M d new bishop spoke b r i ^ y .
Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. T ree also
spoke.
Berkeley W ard gave a.piano
solo. B ret Oixon w as graduated
from P rim a ry and received a
c ertificate fn>m~W sTalher.“
P r a y e r s 'w e re o ffe re d by
P erry Jones, w ard clerk, and
L yna T ree.
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C h r is tm a s p ro g ra rri ot tfie
H ollister P re sb y te ria n Church
will be Sunday at 7:30 p m, a t
the church.
The p ro g ram will feature a
C hristm as story by Rev H. B
T hom as; special m usic and
r e a d in g s ,
and
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serv ice, will begin C hristm as ^■Behind the C rtb rH re C ro ss,"
E ve s e r v ic e s a t A scension
b’artsn' Chu?cB a T ~ 5 p ,m .
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The flcWilec-of Holy Baptism
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T im e s -N e w « .
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F a lll,
Id a ito
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M illing m a k e s 1 OOO^yarder o f M orris
... P IW SB U R G H
( UP I ) QhllClL—
Moll,—UflwiAA—Wl
'
ft i',____
Steelers have been riddled with
injuries liefore their Am erican
said he
ready
'
to play Satun
“ Everybody will go except
Raiders Saturday,
he is confident hla club will injury W ednesday i
■TtertoTheoecasion:
only Steeler who did not
“We have a young team and p ractice T hursday.
we've had to prove ourselves
D efensively, Noll said Dwight
r i ^ t down the line,” Noll said. White, the all-conference end,
'"W e’ve played hurt the last w as showing im provem ent with
three gam es and our guys have his injured knee.
done what they had to do and 1
“ A ' lot depends on our
think they’ll do it again defense," NpU said. ' ‘T hey’ve
S aturday."
Gome up with 'the big play all
Injured guards Sam Davis y ear. T hey’ve forced, turnovers
and Bruce Van Dyke w o r k ^ and interceptions and th ey ’ve
out for the first time this week
c a rrie d 'u s 'th e last few w eeks.”
Nou ire d ite d m e v ast
a st iinprovem ent of his defensive
s ^ n d a r ^ with m uch o f the
MIAMI (U P I) Without
running a n o th er foot, M e rc u rr
M orris T h u rsc^y becam e the
s ^ n d m an in the undefeated
M iam i Dolphins backfield to'
re ac h 1.000 . y a rd s rviahiog for
the reg u lar season.
attitude th an they did In tlm
A sptikesnnan for the iM lphlns
first gam e of the se a so n ," Noll
said the N ational Football
said, r e f e r r ^ to the S t e e r s ’
League com m issioner's office
34-28 t r i u m ^ . *'We n irp ria e d
M ogfa nlty
c b n ^ rh e d about the P ittsburgh
"We added a little m ore
experience back there this y e ar
and we w ent fro m , bottom to
top in pass d e fen se .’,’
NoU called O akland, “ an
explosive c lu b ^ a n d said the
R a id e d a r e capable of .coming
up wi^th the big play a t any
tim e.
•'Oakland is going to com e in
here . with a little different
Baltimore players displeased
witlji dism issal of Sandusky
e Lilly
be able ^
lo play
o c c u r re d
la te
le U o n tb & U ia ll,.. M o r r is n e v e r , a s fu m b le ! yardage
g o t p o sse ssio n .
^
d i a r g d l o M o rris .”
-M ia m i c la im e d th e t » n w a s '
an in c o m p le te f o r w a r d p o sir,
............ t
b u t o fflc ia ls r u le d t h a t i t w a s a
la te r a l a n d a w a r d e d thc| b a ll to
S to t ls tld a n s
M o r r is w ith a j ii n e - y a r d i^ a s on
a n ia M iig t r t te m p t T ------lii the" ^ c o n d ^ - - ^ h a v e b e e n i n fo r m e d b y
A4hMommlMlon
the gam e th a t th e p tay w m
season to a n . even -1,000; The
action m ean s M iam i is the first jJa y , M ifii^- q u arte rb ac k E arl Incpn-ectly' sctged.'* «nM; a
tea m in N FL history to have M orrall lobbed a pass tow ard Dplphln s|i6kesm an. “TH b c< ^
two 1,000-yard season ru n n ers M oiris. in the flat behind the m issioner’s- office h a s n iled
in the sam e backfield. Fulll»Qk line of .scrim m aee. H 16 throw that
L a iry C w nka had 1.117^ y^fds. w aa tip p e d a h d a Bu
) p lay e r have been charged^to M o r r ^
different Saturday.
“ The R aiders run the ball
very.jKeU. T hey to v e a strong
offensivfe line and (Mie atrong
running t e c k in M arv H ubbard
and two guys who can break it
on you in Cluu-lie Sm ith and
Clarence D avis. Added to that;;----they have the n um ber one
receiver in the conference in
F red Biletnikoff ^ d probably
the best tight end in the league
in R aym ond C hester. All three
th e ir-re e e iv e rs-a re -c a p a U e of going all the way.
" “ Defensively, th e y ’re a good
solid u n it. T hey h a v e g r e a t
pursuit and agility and they can
get to the q u a rte rb a c k .”
Outspoken Colt cen ter Bill
■1 -Sm ith who had been sidelined
BAbTIMORE (U PI) during the sea.son with a knee C urry; vice p resid en t of the
,.,J3i3peJie.getsrid-D fm fi.ll_
T hat ,was- the r e a c t i o o r ^ -injury. “ They d id n ’t,g iv e John P lay ers Association', said,
defensive giant Bubba Sm ith of a ^ o t a t it. Why d idn’t they never know w h a t. th a t g u y ’s
the Baltim ore Colts to general give- him loue m ore- year?, 1 going-toTlo. 1 tm ought Jdhn did
m anager Joe Thom as' firing o f hope he (T hom as) gets rid of a very [ine job. 1 thought of all
j
the people put__in difficult
head coach John Sandusky, a n d ' m e.
"W e’ll-t»ever have a w inner situations, his was 'th e m ost
other Colt play ers 'r e a c te d
generally the a jm e _w ai^,.to herCj” % b b a added, "H e will • . precario u s of a i l . ____
DALLAS (U P I) D allas ,
" I ’m expecting o ^ e r chan- Cowboys Coach Tom L andry
their coach’s abrupt dism issal. m ore likely than not hire a
Thom as fired Sandusky, who- flunky to ru n the team . Kes, p a rtic u la rlv « noiing the p cedictetfT hursday th a t a l l a t ^
ha d handled the Colts since Don _ W ^ re v e r John goes, 1 hope to veteran p la y e rs," CUrry ^said. defensive tackle Bob Lilly will
“ You know there^wlU have to sta rt in the playoff gam e
M c C a f fe r ty 'i^ fired a fte r the go wUh him ,
fifth game„ and his full five-___“ I ffflnt to call him (Sandus- be changes and I can only. Saturday a g ain st San F rancls------ m an-staff W e d n e sd a y a s p a rt of" k y ) a n d 'te ll hirii h e and I a re a deeply re g re t it.“ r ; , • '
■ CB. L a n d ry 's prediction was
his quest for new blood and a t f e a m , ” said Sm ith, the AU-F^o
C urry hinted he m ay be one m ade while Lilly spent the day
return to cham pionship form .
end who s a t out the season with o f the v e te ran s given his in traction in a hospital.
walking p ap ers.
" I t ’s a crying ghamfir” sai- a knet^ li)jury.
“ We c a n 't re ally plan one
• I'm thankful for the kind­ w^y or an o th er;” L dndry ^ ^ d . “
n e ss
o f
B altim ore people who “ When a back Is stiff, you don’t
m ade playing in B altim ore a ioiow if you'll re c o v e r in 24
pleasure. I ’ll never forget hours or a w eek. I stijl think
.th e m ,” he .said. .
-he-H^fce-ready. I'll be surprised
V eteran q u a rte rb ac k John if h e is n 't ."
________________
U nllas, ju st back from a
L illy ^ w a s
hosfpitalized
h(*nti'ng trip and benched sinc^ W ed n esd ay a fte rn o o n w ith
earlyJn_the season, said of the severe m uscle sp asm s in his
HontTiif m a n a g e r’s unem otional back. He spent the night in
■action, 'T h a t ’s his m odus traction.
The Minico S partans, running past two ga m e s a fte r som e poor
o p e r a n d i."
"If he can play, he'll s ta r t,”
lindefeated in Idaho and leading shootinR e a rlie r.
— Hob VuhbI, u v eteran oM O L andry said of uUy,- who has
T w o tea m s who also have had
the S o u ^ e m Idaho Conference,
years who announced e a rlie r played the la s t 168 reg u lar
will tr iv e l to B urley F riday tr o u b le g e ttin g p o in ts w ill
thi.-i year he is retirin g , said if season ■'Cowboy g ^ e s ! “He
night to highlight five-gam e c o llid e w hen G le n n s F e r r y
eom e^ to H agerm an. The Pilots. he was In T h o m as' position "I doesn’t need to work any m ore.
schedule.
would totally - clean house, A-lot of tim es in 46 hours you
The five gam es m ark the last b p e n ^ w ith S3 points in beating
before C bristnlas a s the a re a Buhl but since then h a v e n ’t because it c ertain ly wouldn’t be can b & aO Tpletely back in good
I'ood to s ta r t our next ^ a s o n <shape.
will have no high school a c tio n . c rac k ed 47, H a g erm a n , 'after
"T he only thing the doctors
opening twice in the 30s, now with people who d id n 't like him .
Saturday.
I d o n ’t think he
h a s an told m e w as hla back had
In o ther action, Jerom e will has clim bed p a s t 50 tw ice.
allern ativ e.
•«-•,/■
stiffened up, c o n sid erab ly ," tl»
behlt~N{topa, Glenns F e rry at
"B ut 1 do feel for the coaches” c o a c h .s a id . “ U k e the virus
In th e fin a l
nortiT sideH agerm an, B orah's juniors at
w lie-w tfl-h u v e- to ■u p root th eir 'cases tw hich s trn ck qu a r te r - ^
Wendell and_C am as County a t
H ^ s e n . None figures into any the C am as County M ushers will hom es and go som ew here else, tiack' C raig M orton and nm nlng
I— eohfcrenee-Standlngs.
- -be..at H ansen. X a m a » -€ o u n tv aithough-l-know they will h ave back"-Calvin Hill la st week)
nc^trouble la n ^ n g jo b s," Vogel we.’re .u sin g - a ll. J h e . mieriical
B ut th e s p o tlig h t a lw a y s , won the first m eeting 53^1 but
....... .......................
^ tre a tm e n t w e "CTn. T tia t’s th e
re tu rn s to Mini-Cassia land neither coach w as particu larly
gat him h a rk ,”
Dan.. Sullivan, aU-_ii:!yfiar__^ ay
when the-S parlans and flo b c a ts pleased.. m th .-h ls -ie a m 's p la y ^
. . . .
i>uiir................
___ T h a t
play. Minico, w ith ita -defense
^nd c en ter Crai,g Hepworth the the w eek off w here only four w hether to ptay another y e a r or practice field W edneiaajr on,
g a m e s are slated. Burley will re tire SaTfl TlioMias Is '"L’leanljig crUlches, unable to stand*
key cogs, ra te s a s the Ja y o rito ,if there is such a thing in this trav el t o ^ o i s e for a rem a tch th e house "of Tform er ’ owner
Carroll I Rosenbloom and will
hate series. Burley is running 2- F rid a y a n d h o st H ig h lan d
bring in an en(ire new group of
S
a
tu
rd
a
y
.
J
e
r
o
m
e
will
3, a factor discom forting to
in
th e
NNC I'oaches and play ers so he can
B o b c ats fa n s b u t a d ir e c t p a r ti c i p a te
boastfully say. ’I have builf the
re fle c tio n on th e to u g h tr tournam e n t’ in N a m p a -F rid a y
B a ltim o r e C o lls .'
schedule th at Coach Ivan Davis and Saturday.
m e a cUon also ,iulde<Lnlne
yarda^tO —th e —D o lp h in a '^ tp l:
rushing m a rk nhich.titfiQim d a
r ^ r d Of 2,883 y a rd s set by th e .
D etroit Lion? in 1938, T he new
record established by M iami
now stqpda a t 2,960-yada..
i j i"r --------H i e Tnrliie
y S r d i to r M o r r is
c a m e on a d i l u t e d p l a y w h ic h
Mr.Victor
haiistgiles.
amiicli
■— J"
tte
N 6 w e v e r i ^ o d y w i l l b f t « iw ftly in g
longercigarettes togowithfheir
n e w h a iii^ b s .
linico
tonight
laid out for his charges.
Coach Davis w arned Boticat
fans in advance of the season
that due ta a heavy reliance on
juniors, Burley would not g et off
eight non-league gam es a g ain st
SIC foes and rig h t now six of
th o se g a m e s a r e sc h e d u le
against the top th ree tea m s in
the SIC standings. But there has
to be some disappointm ent in
the Bobcat team as the big m en
hav en ’^ been able to shore up
sS h e o u H d e inexperienw as
effectively a s e x p ^ te d .
I
using a lot or
•iargely
__Hiunierated reasons. However^
Coach G ary Swan believes it is
tim e to get a sem blance of a
full-time playing unit, on that
fran hiHd tha nnhnrtnn innflflatl
for an expectedly rough e aste rn
division SIC slu g fe st
Jerom e leaves the a re a to
play Mnmpa. a tpflm . which
waxed them e a riio ' in the
season. Jerom e h a s im proved,
b u t so h a s N a m p a . D ave
' ~tscxbee, ff M senler forw ard,
-d e b u tte d l a s t w e ek e n d a n d
im m ediately drew raves from
apposition c o a c h » th at he w as
among the b est in the land.
Jerom e la hoping (0 keep up
its scaring tem po, found In the
Scores
CNvtrich S*. C»rtT 4J
Ca&tlcford S4. C *m »t County 3t
B u tle r n . T o ifftfo M
D u q u W M H , Ia n J o m U
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A k r o i r U . S. F . s u r *
T « v « $ T « c A t 1 . C. O liM M m a St. 74
______t 71
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S»
TVIoore,
what% so special about
plastic half-gallon?”
almostfiV^ybody.
and not
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N ^W s,
T w in
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2 2 ,
1972
.
-
^ J e ro m e
topples
-M erid ia n
-
J e r o m e — Tiie Jerom e
T igers won the four mi&dle
' m atches T h u rsd ay night to-
^.trt-w 1*09116-^—the---- MeiWt
W arriors 39-24. '•
• R e su lt? -of th e m a tc h e s ,
Jerom e m en listed first, iitelilde
o w ir ^ la iiT n a m e n t
m
one of two u n d e f e a t^ Magic favore<> Dietrich in I h e first bucket's and w orked the offense
-'w tth -a-1 6 -W ea d 7 -B u t- boards^or-eiSilM nore-points a s
ams.
In earA er action, the Dietrich Weiss turned hot in the ne^t^ he scored^ 12 of his points in
R o c lilan d
B ulld o g s
72-35
.
T h u r^ a 'y night to win. their own' Blue Devils, getting a second: eight m inutes. The M center ' the b re ak out.
holiday tournam eht and rerhain q u a rte r spark from D ^ Weiss, plclced up a couple of (aet breaK. , By interm ission D ietrich was
RICHFIELD - The Richfield
rnllprf n«.rt ^ ir p j ^
rweHaerr
I .undyi-r-IJ
pounds. Bx G roves decistoned
by Dale L undy; 119 pounds,
T hom ason declsioned P ieteher;
126 pounds. H a rt decisioned by
C hase! 132 pounds, Diehl pinned
W ood;
138 'p o u n d s ,G u iic k
. pinned Kim'; 145 pounds, Wade
W EN PELL' - 'The'W endeU
Diehl pinned D avis; J35 pounds, T rojans won the first four
Tony W illiam s pinned B lake;
m atches and w ent on to defeat
167- p o u n d s ,' T ed T h o m a so n
K im berly 36-27 in wrestling
. p iim e d —by —S t r a u s s e r -185 T h u rsd ay night.
p o u n d s,
R e d d ic k
p in n ed
W endell
won
the
S h e a sle y , a n d h e a v y w e ig h t,. prelim in aries 45-13.
Bob Brown pinned by WhitR e s u lts of the m atc h es,
taker.________ ____________
—W endell—m en—liste d -first, in­
defeats
c lu d e
98
p o u n d s. W ebb
d e c isio n e d
P re s c o tt;
105
p o u n d s. B u rk e s d eclsioned
P re s c o tt;’ 112 pounds, Huletfhtnned - H u n t^ -149^-peimdsT
Stricioland pinned ' King; 126
pounds. Gunning pinned by
Huiit; 132 pounds, Kober pinned
, o
n
m
a t
!>«,■: 138 pounds, Klevmoen won
by forfeit; H5 pounds, Kay
GiK!l>ING -- The Buhi In­
“pTnhe’d Y oung; 155 pounddians d e fe a te d the— Gooding
S^Brot^ pinned by Robbins; 167
CASTl.h^KORD'S Wiggins geU off
-assist ^
Senators 40-19 T hursday night
p o u n d s, E ato n pinned by
pass a fte r C am as County p r e s s u r e got too big
,ln a dual w restling m atch.
K slinger; 185 pounds, Wendell
under the boards T hursday night, ^kylng is
Hesults of the m atches, Buhl
fo rfe ite d
to D odge, a n d
Muijher M att C ronet while P a c k h a m challenges
.m e n - l i s t e d - f i r s t j in t4 u d e -9 8 ITeWy weight;* Cook'piriiied by
from In front. Stroud Is 31. Castleford won 54-28.
pounds. Reed pinned by Niel; H uether.
105 pounds, B a rr declsioned by
H ice; ll2 p o u n d s. Y tu rb e
decistttned R eed; 119 pounds,
Shaffer declsioned M oodv; 126
pounds,
S c h m id t
p in n ed
.rohansen; 132 pauHSs, Buhl
forfeited to Nichols; U S pojinds,
•Share p in n e d P e a rs o n ; 145
pounds, Brown decisioned by
Pope:-155 pounds. Ewing pinned
Waugh; 167 pounds. Watson
seve ral m unutes but with 5:42 the Wolves .up by 19 ajid tljey iin r isinnprl
.In h a n se n
185
rem am m K intheK am e.N ihillhit coasted
p o u n d s,
A b s h lre
pin n ed
fmirT5{rtntS-™ rT-0Ukal a d d e d - - e a m a s County won t h e - f i r s t - W V stendorf;
h e a v y w eiyht.
two quick follow sfiots to send gam e.
pinngj wolfe
Buhl lops
Gooding
Picking up
an assist
Castleford strikes early and
rolls by Camas County 5 4 - 2 8
t'A ST I.K K O R D
The
p a sU e fo fd W olves b o ttle d
C am as County up w tlh -a-fuU
court press in • the opening
mii^utes and ran away with a 5428 non-conference.^ decisio n
TTiursday night.
The Wolves w ere, never in
trouble as they bounced ahead
.IMtJ in thM flrst . par io d , aitd.
although young Ben Stroud
cam e on to neutralize the Wolf
pi ess p retty well, the M ushers
never steadied in the Jace of
C astleford's defense^
C astleford took the ball away
■from C am as County on its first
two possessions for-»-1-0 le a d .
C am as County got on th e ^ q a rd
when I^ y n e Osborn slipped
inside for a cripple but the
M ushers'tJien went six rninllles
without scoring. Wiggins and
Lynn Reese hit four points eaoh
:^ d '.F o u k a L who h a d his best
nigfit y et with 19, added a field
T h e w o rld s
m o st ^
G h ristm a s Q u b .
L uxuriously gift-w rapped at n o extra cost
lops Filer
maliiien
IT T lie
o ilC -
NEW YORK ( U P I l- R o g e r
M aris hit his reco rd 61st hom er
in 1961 off T racy S tallard of the
Bo'stbh Red Sox a t Yankee
Stadium .
pounds, B lass decisioned An_derson; 155 poTmd's," Filer fpr7 e iti^ tO G raham ; 167 pounds.
Ix)ughmiller decisioned Handy;
183 poundSr Griff decisioned
H a lv e rso n , and h eav y w eig h t,'
Courtnay pinned Holm.
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E..C & m ; C ,
■^$1 4 4 9 5 n a a "
S p r t n g f i « ) d M o d e i A / l^u n » |5
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761N. Hiii •< Rai Rourir'i M u e IMd
O P E N D A IL Y 9^ 30 A .M . T O 9 :3 0 P .M
e v e r y to y a t
the BON MARCHE
IS
By halftim e', C a sflS o rd "was
ui com m and 27-10 a n d quickly
jum ped that to 22 points with
Reese and Mike NihiU hitting to
open the second half. C am as
County then m u s t e r ^ its Only'
m ove of the night. M alt Croner
hit four free throws and the
dim inutive .Stroup threw in six
points, four of them off steals,
as the M ushers cut the deficit to
12 points
It hun»; there over thf next
C o u n t*
'xonsotettoTrTjrteBrrT'
^
^ ■■
■ " - R iE * f te l(ltT n n n tn g = it5 " T € !e o rd --i;T i:tf l-lC O r "
. R ic M ic ld w w a n o c k t« n d 3i
R c k in d . I g t t p< >D
to 5-Q. cfiiiidn’t shake. R o c k la n d .
■ifm
10
B o « v e rv
e rm d n n
002 0
B ro « v n
r i \ \7 PWood«wrtr>
over the first half but the^
4 3 4 11
ADrwJ
J 6 I 1}
U
d
y
' ended-apy doubt th a t m ayiiH ve
1 0 2-2
Jonri.
0 2 4 2 MunK
•3 0 3 6
free
3 0 1 6
RTiste<> ^ th.. a .26-point- thlFd0 0 4 0
A id
ro I 2 W d lk v r
Y
o
w
n
g
0
0 I 0
O j / le r
10 2 2
quarter.
0 0 ' 0
K ih g
1 0 0 2 H o U .pys
A o rr.s
0 0 I 0
.The tig e r s took a 10-poinf|ead
~ B rd u U rg r
10 1 2 APonm
.
2 2 7 ‘ .6
early in the gam e but over the
ToUit
IS s 23 3)
R U P E R T - The M inico T o U »
n e x t 12 m in u te s c o u ld n ’t S partahs won the first six (<o<.hi<ind
e 16 30 3S
IB
26
u , ;?
increasje it m uch. They led 28-16 m atches T hursday night and U .c n i.trld
O ittn c ti
C * r # y <3
at interm ission.
w e n t on to d e fea t F ile r 's
0»f<H
*9
P* *P
' Is »l irt ip .
2 2 S 6
2 2 i
6 i
V icC -va 1
But
RTchfleld
s t a r te d w restlers 36-17.
i
^ I ) II
a 3 2 19 S r.d H e r
V/
1 0 ) 2
pressuring R ockland’s guards
E ast
M in ica won Ohe- - A c . Vi.
; j 4 i; Pi»v.
4 0 s a
0 ^ 1
^ I v .e
fpr som e turnovers and stoked .p relim in ary 51-27.
0 0 1 0 .
0 0 7 0 M o i^ n c u *
Dj J 2 i
8'
3 i 2 9 C M t^ ,iU T
up its fast break to quickly ' Results of the m atches. F iler bdiirO
7 2 I &
0 I Q I T h a i ir i j ? r
H i i. t j y t .
Q.C 1 0,. H-ilUlIfit. 1 Q..Q.. 2—
break the gam e open in Lhe. - m e n- lis t e d - f l f s t ^ c l u d e 98 M
10 0 2
th ird p erio d . Duriiig the stretch p o u n d s. F ile r fo rfeited to T o l« U
2> 17 I t I f T o » » l*
I 23 43
Steve Bower hit 11 points and ,$teelm an; lOS pounds. Aston C tv
15
21
)0
4]
9
30
44
Rick Brown added eight.
pinned by McNeal; 112 pounds,
Richfield kept pulling away in s c h m a h l
d ecisio h ed
by
J h e third- iteriod but Rockla n d .q^oriias; H9 pounds, D aniels-'
went to a slowdown offense to d e c isio n e d by B ellum ; 126
SALE
fHOTCUMB
REG.
cool oTCSaJriiig.
pounds, Allen pinned by Har- ■ W l n c h » « t » r M o d » l 1 3 0 0 P u m p
In the first g a m e , Je rry Ivie
132 pounds, Ginea drew
1 J & 2 0 0 O .
» H 3 .9 S
% 99*'
W In c h d ta r M o d « l
1400
A u la
hit-six points a s Carey stunned
p ressenden; 138 pounds,
1 2 * 2 0 G o . V . K . , F .C . & M : C
..
_
i ^ y (jgcisioned by l/jpez; 145
~ ---------i l 6 9 . 9 i $ 1 2 9 ”
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It
Every toy except whe^l goods, Creative Play­
things, bicycles is reduced to 1/2 off mfgs.
Hurry and save today!
THURSDAY-FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLYl!
r J J E
B O I V
I V I A R C H
E
F r id a y
By DWIGHT JEN SEN
' S p e c U jo tibe TImM-News
AM BiU eA W Fh\fctfS^^Does1t tak e a w snsas
paralyzed.for life to get som e action on th is ? ”
The a ri^ y young m am who said th at Uves and
works on a farm on the northern shore of the
B ureau o M leclaination dropped th e plan
and wa3*hot h e a rd from ag ain until T u e sd a y ,
when It issuedI ai re p o rt saying; th
I e oam m u st be"
replaced for s ^ e t y reasons.
Those reasons w ere vividly Illustrated by
otticiala ffha lead-. Gov . Ccc tl-A n4r mty-Sw w
-- ------------- nv.«.yj cm
that o c c u r r ^ three m onths ago on the narrow
roadway across the top of the dam . An
Aberdeen- w o m ^ w as injured and is still
hospitalized.
Since then, governm ent officials have begun
to take an interest in building a new dam and a
new highway across it.
TTiere h a d been a spate of interest several
years ago, when the B ureau of R ^ la m a tio n
poBiTed out that the .dam was deteriorating and
suggested not only building a new one but also
building it 10 feet higher, to hold m ore w a ter.
That drew angry opposition from the F o rt Hall
Indian R eservation.
Such a n 'a c t would flood out ^ e F o rt Hall
Bottoms, thus taking ^tiU m ore land from the
Indians as well a s destroying som e of the m ost
fertile soil in Idaho.
__
1972
tlm e s - N e w s ,
WASHINGTON (U P I) - T^C
A g ric u ltu r e , a n d
In terio r^
d e p a rtm e n ts
W ed n esd ay
p ro p o se d new re g u la tio n s
p ro te c tin g w ild h o rs e s and
burros a n d banning the. killing
of th ese a n im a ls by anyone
ex ce p t authorized governm ent
agents.
T he p ro p o se d reguiatT ons
to c ^ y w t term s of the Wild,
.F ree Jlo a in ln g H o rsea n d Burro
Act, designed to h alt the ex­
tinction of wild horse herds by
com m ercial hunters. It w as
signed into law by P resident
Nixon a y e ar ago.
O ffic ia ls
sa id
p u b lic
ctgnm ent on the proposed rules
m ay be subm itted to the U.S.
when they ra n g e onto nearby
priyate lands.
“
Federal officials would h av e
authority to UIl off “su rp lu s”
wQd horges or. buiraii if h erd s
build up beyond the^ levels
needed for a “thriving natucal
'Scologlcal b a la n ce "
f o i P fO m p I P x k 'U p O F
one y e a r and fines up to $2,000 of Land M anagem ent (BLM )
for anyone turning wild horses until F eb. 5, 1973.
or b u rro s into p et foods or any
U nder the regulations, the
o th e r c o m m e rc ia l p ro d u c ts . two governm ent agencies a re
'S im ila r p e n a ltie s c o u ld be directed lo “"protect, m anage
im posed even for harassing the..^ and coQtrol” wild horses and
w iB 'a n lm a ls.
b u rro s on national fo re st and
The re g u la tio n s w ere drafted BLM lands. H e p rotection co,V:^
ers all unbranded
un-.
claim ed anim als roam ing designated pH rtH -of-Q ie' f e d e r a r
L iv > C a t llt
40 n
Ti JO 80 40 i ; *o
land3 and also cbvers the herds
40 9 }
4 ) 00 -lO 77 40 91
P0RT1.AND (U P I) - Cash
*0 93
41 00 40 ;; 40 97 laj
59 J i 19 65 1 * « ) 9 60
140
grain, co ast delivery:
F r o iv n P d r li B t ll i c t
4« JO )a
19- ni.id luu White w h eat 2.83
>vb
4 ; JO 20 4.; ]<, 4 ; IS 4 ; 62 i O i
Soft w hite 2.84
. M.»r
46 ) 0 ?Q 46
46 ?0 46 60
1 SS
W hite club no bid
/C ^ ^ C a G O l U p i i
v e ilin g
Hard red w inter Brd. 2,78
'y r ( r s rtv / e p O f l« fO b y U S O A
E
i.p r> c r% P A iO O e L v r r y l o C tx C A Q O )
Barley 70.00
to
- P r . c c i 10 r e l d i l c r j ( Q r a t f e '
P r o d u c e P r ic e s
A
a>
d e iiv r r e a *
'd r g t* S6 ^ 8 ’ «
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C.U.I.:INTERNATIONAL
fo"iie'/y
Id a h o H id e & Tallavy
E E P A R K IIN G
TF livestock
SEATTLE (U P I) - Today’s
g rain p rices, f.o.b. Seattle:
Soft w hite 2:78
White club 2.78
H ard w iriter 2.^2
. ’ —*
ComJ7.()0-68.50'
.,
B arley'70.00-72.00
ATTENTION FEEDERS & FARMERS
wmifFtock
OEJtEASONS
WHYYOU
SHOULDSEE
Sno* Jet’s uhleashed a
new line of quick, easy^lOHhandi^ snowmcibiles
with center discharge
faafte more cattle faster and U
fe r-^ 7 3 ^ r.a n d h w e V e
got ^m,.Hey big Blue!
u q u iD
M a x im u m fe e d in g e ffic ie n c y , key to le e d lo t p ro fits
IS p o ssib le w ith th is m o b ile rnix6r G rains, concenfrates, ro u g h a g e and- m e d ic a tio n in e xa ct p ro ­
p o rtio n s can be w e ig k fid in j m ixed a nd blended
in 3 to 6 m inotes on th e way to th e fe e d lo t. then
d ie fJha rnBfl nupnlu w ith a «n n n l« n a « alnnr^ th a K u n L
ARE EASIER
TO H A N D L E — T O M IX — T O FEED
PASTURE
F E 6 D L0T
150 G A L iO N S
ORMORETTT'
O iC O W M Y
^
OMAHA ( UPI) — L ivestock;
25.50f few utility 25.75 - 26.00; ' TWIN f a l l s - Air classes" fw d et' steefS ?;
Hogs 6,000; 190-270 lb b arrd w s canner and c u tte r 21.00 - 24.00; w ere ste ad y to strong a t the fe e d e r s t e e r s , 45.00-52.58;
F a l ls
L ivC stbcIf ' com m on q u ^ f y stM rs,' "MTOt'
and gilts strong to SITfili^er; od- load chm ce'and p r i i i e f l e s ^ 900 T w in
- Co. iT T sa le - 38:50.
Ho(steln ?teers, 30.00cgsionally 75 higher; 270-J30 Jb s ' :ib feeder s te e rs 46;00;rh)ad1reai X o m m r s ^ io n
W ednesday. '
45.00; p a w S T ^ g ra d s'
w eak r a ir lea st-2 5 0 er m a tw aroiind 8061bs 37.00.
hea3^1-2 l%-fl23-lb3-3‘.i.-lto-33.25|—~~5niggprl5g';- nut miOUg '' Of any = .::;;ao o d ^ -h ig h -c h m c e -9 te e f» ,— 2«.50-32v50.<:— h e iv jc _
35.00-38,00; sta n d a rd to \ low he i f p s ^ Se,50-39.50.
•.1-3 lSO-240 lbs 32.25-33.75; 2t0-260 cLass to test trad e _______
good, 3^00-36.00; utility ste ers,
■T J lm 7 « d e r heifers,
lbs 31.25-32.25; 2-3 . 260-270 lbs
tiKNVBfH-VPI
- ShflO^i .5fr,-inchidtng sevei a l loty
Hogs 2_00r barrow s a n d gilts 31.09-31.00; good to
2B0-268 lbs 31.25-31.50; few lots
2-1 275-295 lbs 28.75-29.75; a few fully steady: 1-3 32.00-32.75; 2-4 h eifers, 33.00-36.00 ;^ ta n d a rd to
.04:3;
U tility h e lf« -s , 1 0 5 ^ 3 3 '0 0 ;"
mostly steady; 350-650 Ib^.23.75- 23.25-25.25.
P Q « t L A^< 0 ' U P i )
25.85.
k»0<H c o m m ercial and sta n d ard cows,
C , * t n r .iru3 c.»•
I.
c o ^ > \ a n d »e«rd
26.00-28.00; u t i l i t y COWS, 25,00-.
Cattle 1,260, calves none;
p r M J O rn .rv d le d
<»nd f 'P il
T ? fs s - « ig it ^ g o o d ) 0 0 33 ?5 c o w i u i . i . t .
26.50; c a n n e r s a n d c u tte rs ,
s te e rs and heifers 5ft-75 higher;
D K N V E H (U P 1 )-U v e sto c k :
C lo s e d
24 00 28 00
(u tte r
r a n n r r TT 73 71 0 0 OuTT's f o m
22.00-25.50; com m ercial bulls,
cows m ostly steady; sc a ttere d 77 71 7^
Hogs 200; b a rro w s and gilts
m p r(
good
7« s o ' 12 50
v e a ie r s
and
sales feeders strong to 50 higti- > j i v . - . g o o d . f o . t e 2?0 1 ?S ip 44 0 0 5 ] 00 33.00j5.00; utility bulU, 29.50- fully stead y ; 1-3 32.00-32.75; 2-4
M evf s
c r.o < e J25 500 i p
47 00
33.00; Ught bulls, 28.50-33.50.
e r ; load and p art load high
a7k.O - 31 75 Sows steady; 1 - 3
S') ■)0
* r t* d e r
tr > o .c e JOO 500 ip
Stockers and feeders: Heavy 2;i. 25-25.25.
choice and prim e 1150-1320 lb N j O 44 0090 s i f r t O f . p # r r o w % a o d g iif% I j
't^
778^11—
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W75T“ StetM s and two luad!iTlioii.e 1150; ) .41VO J l 25
3 J I 5 4iO ID
1200 lbs 39,00; choice 975 - 1225 -/l-OO * 00
. ''. r p
190
V 'Y ii/g r> ie r
I 00 I 25
lbs .'!7 50-38 50; good and low h g f Wf I r>OM p f .m «* v ; 112
- li
*<0 17 75
t u n „ M , iy
e .v e v
ona
choice 34.50-37 75; th ree loads of bvy. 0 JO > '>0 f e e d e r ^
t» n c r H 99
;9 M 10 50
high choice and prim e 950-1050
I. . w e s» 0 ( •*
jOli EI I I I ' U P I I
lb heifers 37.57-38.00; choice i25no1 e n o v g h »0
fti# m 3 f '
1025 lbs 36.50J7.50;'good and
coyrt ?6 00 77 SO-'TUtiervja »
. r r > 2> 0 0 2 ) 50
«
lo *
2.aOQ -^bSice 33.5^367 5 ; utility
and com m ercial cows 24 OO
FURNACE OIL
DONPCPERS
r.otw
PHONE COtlECT
TWINFAUS
733-6S35
COODINC
934 54.14'
S7
C K iC A O U iU P n
C heese F iv e p o u n o
D r o i f v s e d l o a f 65 >« H ' » . m u e n i f t f 6 9 ; s '
( r>rU 0 .>r s n g r v d a < » ie s 72 /6 * « • < o n g f) o r n s
n ; '6 > «
40 It) O IO C k» 6A 78 ;
00
100 lb
o t o t K V G rs < J « A /9 i M «. g r a d e
H 7;
01 ; g r a d e C 75 1 7 B '* ..
,
OR^BEON
AUTOM ATKREFU
A a d io O i» p o ( c h e d
YOtfR B V ltq ifm NEEpS'
IN TERIO R OF A m erican Falls D am p resen ts
this ap p ea ran c e, with 6peratiag~ niachljaery
being viewed by those on tour. Core sam ples
taken when dam was built alm o st 50 y e a rs ago
a re also Stored inside dam .
If you have a news item o f .
interest in H agerm an, please
' call Wilma Larson, Times-News
community correspondent, at
837-4436.
;) E A D ANU VVALS
Oli£IUli-D43LSAlURDAy
B eneath su rfa ce
IDAHO FA Lijfr------- S n a ke
.R iver stream flow figures a re
alightly below 1971 levels at
m o st
re p o rtin g
s ta tio n s ,
according to A rthur L. L arsen,
w aterm aster
The
cubic feet per second for Dec.
18; and the sam e date last year
are: Moran 376, 470; Heise,
3.650, 3,500; Shelley, m issing,
e24b-, Neeley. 6,960, 8,050; Snake
ftiver near Minidolia, 8,040,
8,900; Snake River a t Milner,
7.620. 9..190.___________________
Reservoir contents in acre
feet with c o m p ^ iso n s to a year
ago are given f6r Jackson Lake.
606,900, 613,000; P a lis a d e s
Reservoir, usable, 989,600, 904,
400; Island Park R eservoir.
78,300. . 77,000; Am erica Thalia
— R e s e r ^ r ljj8--wiillion,
million; Lake W alcott, 53,760,
~5<W(F
tYecipttoUon «/nduSls fo r the
past week, [)ec. 1-17 and norm al
for D ecem ber'ln inches Include
b lan d Park, .25 , 25, 3.48;
M oran.,
13,
1.36,
2.46;
^ lis a d e s , .11. .54. 1.59.
IT FITS RIGHT IN !
Service, Inc.
P ^ iX B o x ^ ^ __
JIMCANINl
Ph. 42ah5586
_________
____
K IM B S5C y“B 3 2 « r
OAVE MARTIN^
17
\e w prptective rules
for wild horses sTSked
WASHINGTON ( U P I) — Sen.
- elect Ja m e s A. M cQ ure has
w ritten a le tte r to the Cost of
U ^ing Council appealing for the
r e m o v a l of z in c fro m th e
r e s t r a i n t of th e E c o n o m ic
Stabilization P rogram .
M cC lu re s a id th a t p r ic e
c o n tra ls
on
zinc
a ee
underm ining th e goals .of the
N ix o n
A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ’s
econom ic p ro g ram . He sa id the
in d o s tr y h a s p e titio n e d th e
council for relief. - ......
Livestock
Id ah o ^
d i s c u s s i n g e f f e c t of A m erici_______
Falls
Dam on l i b a t i o n a re J.T . A iidenoii, Twin
FalU , left, and Charie* M anhaU r >lei«nle, m em b er of Idaho W ater ReM urce B oard dnrlng
tour of dam 'Tuesday. Mar<ball e stlin a te f onettilrd of Magic Valley cropland would be wltbont^
w ater If dam w ere lost. .
Ifa te r
to p ic
Zinc o ff?
Snake f l o w
said dow n
rom
T w in . F a ir* <
highway acroM -tlm d ^ . The preseivt road la
only 18 feet wide. When th e bfls on which the
officials crossed the d a m encountered a loaded
potato tru ck , they had less th a n two feet of
space while passtng. T h at Illustrates the
dongc f.
s t a te J '^ e s p o n s ib ility , - a n d
hp
s a id
recom m endations will be,m ade e a rly in 1973 by
W s-offlee;---------- -------------------- ^------------ ^ ^ -----The fa rm e rs in the a r e a a re a lso concerned
about plans to im pose a load lim it on the p re sen t
road. “ We have to get our w heat acro ss before
they put in the load lim it o r it’s going to take us a
long tim e. It’s really going to h u rt the beet
fa rm e rs.”
A load lim it would re q u ire eith er m ore trip s o r.
the long round-about trip v ia Blackfoot, a
d ista n c e o f 60 m iles or m o re in o rd e r to trav e l
five or ten m iles.
A m erican F a lls fjeople h a v e been "ffying'-for
seven years to g et a new dam a n d a new road.
Some th in k jh e accident finally brought it to a
m aio r-p lac e In public attentiom
------ ^
Othei's,- in c lu d in g n e w s p a p e r p u b lis h e r
R obert Crom pton, believe the c re d it should :go
to Gov. Andrus for doing things such a s this tour
to focus attention on the A m e ric a n .F a lls Dam .
Most of the to u r.V as tlfl-ough a corridor th a t
w as 37 fe e t below, the w a ter line. E n g in eers
drilling froin th a t corridor to g et a te s t core
from inside the dam h a d gone down only five
feet befofe Striking a geyser of w ater inside the
dam ..
Next m onth. Sen. C hurch is to becom e
chairm an of the subcom m ittee t iu t iS 'in charge
of initiatiBg legislation t a build dam s. H e said
m oney m u st be found for this p ro ject, and he
said he expects to tak e action on the m a tte r
early neat year.
" I an ticipate no trouble from the S e n a te ," he
said, predicting Senate p a ssa g e of such a bill
next year. “ 1 cannot sp eak for the H ouse.”
The estim ated cost of a new dam --is $32
,m illion._
,
--------—
T h ere is also p re ssu re to build a w ider
D e c e m b e r ,2 S ,
Big Blue is a new kind o( snowmotMle
A machine that seems lo eome-aUve- B u ilt
lighter than most, it's quicker than a'cat.
And the Positrack molded rubber track makes
it clim b (ike a mountain goat Stop in and
test ride one of the neCv’ Big Blue m a ch in e s.
for 7 3 from S no'Jet. Hey big Blue!
T h a d y n a m ic a u ^ c r a c tio n
for cen ter d isch d rge from the
t r u c k -m o u n te d ENSILMIXER
provtrfes o n ew tngh in fa it, oniform m ixing and discharge.
B u ilt fo r c o n s ta n t, ru g g e d se rv ic e , the EfslSILMIXEiB
w ift' g iv e you lo n g ,, d e p en d a b le a n d tp u b le - fr e e
s e rv ic e T h e o tt-d re n c h e d gears a n d s m o o th a u g e r
'm ix in g a c tio n reduce p o w e r req u ire m e n ts
r
• O n ly Feedbox d e sig n e d W tth A Center D isch a rge That
W ill H a n d le H a y le d g e a n d M ix All Four C o rn e rr o f th e Box
COMPtETE PARTS & SERVICE
L
JERQME WHEEL SERVICE
352 W. M AIN
JEROM E,IDAHO
A ccfurafely b a la n c e d ra d o n s , o ffe rin g th e m ost
e ffic ie n t co n ve rsio n o f teed to meat, are gently,
th o ro u g h ly m ixed and ble n d ed P ro vid e s a m ore
p a la tab le ration, w ith a u n ifo rm d is p e rs io n o f all
n u tr ie n ts --------------- ------- ---------------------------■— ------------- -
F o rm in g im p le m e n ts -
3 3 4 -2 5 7 2
—Tt h 'i
faiiS—
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Twin Falli/ ldahb f r id a y Becenfibar 22, 197?
.
W hat^s
«ASOLINE ALLEY
'f a m ily CIRCUS
L. M, Boyd
J la rd ly any b o d y seriousl’y ^ i m s - ^ f a c i a l features re /le a
Talentl Still, extensive s t u d uro^ fp
f phhooio
io g ra p h sjh o w th e enorm ous
m ajority ofjgreat men have possessed larg er th an -average npses,
Puzzling.
.
^------L A T E S T R E T O R T S from jew elers recojifirm the anctcBi,
claim lh al 11 per ce'nt o f jll> engagem enl rings are for “wives al-
Jn4rricdJBmI£Jllmi^I)KaIiJikCLlhaLl^MlgJQl;-Jlllmerout—
couples to affo rd those d a n ^ d iam o n d s,c le arly .
_
- A L S O - IT - H A S been determ ined th ro u g h sd e n tific lstu d y L
ih al the m ale frogs o f A u s tra lia and the fem ale frogs o f G eorgia
u n d e rs ta n d one a n o th e r 's c ro a k s alm o st perfectly. Believe t h a i 'i
a -g p o d -th u ig . J a s i c ___________________ ___________
H O L M E S A SK ED
W h y c a n * i!
th in k s a n d
b o d y
n o b o d y
says
forth by
these:
and
(h e
to
be
t)easis
a
a
b ill
asks
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o n
if
he
I M iC I M B t R
e v e ry b o d y
a
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that
2 3 ,
a
1
ch em ica l
rad iu s
o n
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to
p rep a re
p la n s
—
o r
fo r
for
y o u -m u eh
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goixJ
coin in R
fu tiiri-
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d u n c e
w h a li'v c r
th e
th e
a
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C ^ lifb p h ias
re tu r n
(M a r
lo
1 j te
U n til
have
U 'c r c a tio n
a
and
n ig h t
m id n ig h t
h a p p y
lik e
h o lid a y ,
( O n ip lim c n iin g
b e n e fit-in
S
lo
the
an d
aid in g
fm d s
y o u '
tim e
m o st,
to
at
great
to
any
crea tion ,
as
irresistible
o f
a
m ile
y o u n g
en v ision
M a m a
la d y
m on sters
» A
in ch
the
n o
in d i a n i e i e r
‘
R efrain
A R I K S
so cia l
d e b t
sh o w
21
that
m o r e
can
e^xpress
y o u
riow
e n jo y
'rAU RUS
o f
p lea su re
y o u
I 'M
ort
o u
y o u r
lo ' ifiile
y tiu tself
can
to d a y
in o s t
(A p r .
2U
th ere
Y o u
a d d
fu fu re
so
lo
arc
that
y o u
h igh ly
to
g o o d w ill
I’ u t
^R otiTd
m o r e
o fT lio s e
ca refu lly
and
crea tiv e
^
h o m e
have
that
tim e
' " .
Y o u r
h a p p in e ss
m o r e
repay
s o m e
d e t ig h t lu U y -A d d
M a y - 2 0 )
to d a y
an d
th e
to
easily
m in d 'fo r
■
e n d e a v o r
P lan
A p r
tic^ n
d e v o tio n
an d
sp h ere
has
Be
the
c o m fo r t
w 4 io
and
d w e ll
fin ish in g
w ith
to u c h e s
to
C h ristm a s d e co r a tio n s
—
^ E M f N I
(M a y
21
21 H K e e p
a c t W e . a t “sh op p in *g,
d o in g e r r a n d s , m a k i n g y o u r h o m e m o r e a t t r a c t i v e , a n d
b e a happy a n d p r o d u c t i v e
Put so m e n ew s y ste m
fo r t h e d a y s a h e a d I r y o y i h a i f a v o n t e h o f f b y t o n i g h t
M O O N
m ^ ~ < y
C H I L U R I '.N
y o U
'
e x p e n d itu re s
ore
in 'a
m a te,
fin e
o n e
L E O
are
to
in v ite
w h o
a sp ects are
V I R G O
p la n
w ell
id ea s
n o t
for
frorn
th e
y o u
2 1 )
v ery
to
in
2 1 )
P lan
fr o m
c o u ld
I m e
h o w
lose
y o u r
rig h t
g o o d
to
get
a fte r
2 2 )
y o u r
start
p lea su ra b le
I r y
S ep t
to
field
to
th at
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tJie
A v o id
b y
fo rg e t
lo
m id n ig h t,
-
sit
on e
y o u r
s o c ia l-b a ii" ''
D o n ’t
bed
T h e y
for
d o w n
ea rly
and
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fin c
h Q h da7 S ..Y o U
the
use
_______
tim e
can
to
sh irt
g ift
“
d a y
m o r e
w o r k
» i»p 'fe t t a w h e r e t o ig
U u y 't h e
fu tu re ..a n d . fo r
e x p e rts
J\ ,i ly
n o w
lo n e ly
2 2
to
aai ^ i i i e
a p p re cia te d
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are
(A u g
or
b e
A db
th e
22
g u t
y o u
w ill je a ll y
m a k e
those,
s in ce
tiV h elp
(Ju ly -»22 J o
rollin g
a n d
c o n c e r n e d ,
m o o d
lh a l
(J u n e
b al tat
th is w ill
to
w h o
has
p ecu lia r
id ea s.
L I B fiA
n e w
(S e p t
an d
th e m ,
o ld
c e m e n t
stan din g.
2.1
S p O R P J O
to
y o u
'- y o iK
th e
fu tu re
to
N o v
p e rs o n s
t.N ov .
socia l
to
b o t h
w ith
socia l d e b t
G e t
ou t
and
in to
civic
lon g
c o n s id e ra b ly
U cv,
th e
-
2JJ
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,
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VATICAN CITY (U P l) P o p e -P a u l Ail said' today the
m otives for breaking of£ the
Yi^tpam peace talks in P a ris
nani. li was his (ourlt
rcCtrence to the wtir in the p ast
l i daj's.
The Pope said that the hope
for suspension of hostilities in
Vietnam had evaporutf d ’.'with.—
apparently insufficient m otives
for inter r uptinK the negotiatiun's Wc have expressecTour
hope that this painful delay
serves not to endanjier the
reachiHK of peace ui that
iiiurtNTed region, but to secure
a m ore stable and solid
foundation Tor peace."
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— W ASHINaTON (U P I) - An
organization of re la tiv e s of
A m erican POWs a c c u s ^ P re si­
dent Nixon today of sacrificing
liv e s of A m e ric a n PO W s in
m assiv e ra id s on N orth Viet­
n a m , including ^ h a ^ M am i
c h a rg e d w as d a m a g e .t a a
P fiso n e riia m p .
A sta te m e n t released-;, by
^lijBllr“ Cronin 1
ton,'
re p re ^ n tin g a group called
P riso n e rs^ fflL iy ar Missing in
~AptinTr1fnTnttt»nry n r ~tTnTTipriTirttrR elease,'sald:
"P resid e n t Nixon h a s unleashed bom bs on AmeSJlEaBp riso n ers of w ar. He has
abiw doned these meii' anfl is
sacrificing th eir lives before the
eyes of the A m erican public. .
a re we now otajS ig"
for the very lives of the men^
we expected to be welcoming
hom e? B ecause the election is,
over, P resident NiXon is safe Jnthe White hoiise and can dd 'as
he p leases for fo u rjn o re y e ats.
KAIRF’ Lt;i.D ~ An id e a
activated in m id-October has
resulted in a neW recreational
d e v elo p m en t-18 m iles east of
Fairfield.
With Moonstone I-<)dgt ^ the
reconverted Wendell railroad
depot — as a centerpiece, the
^ v e lb p m e n t encom passes 5,dOft^
acres and includes a sS ^ lc e
station and snowmobile rental
center, a nine-hole golf course
and a snowmobile ra c e U'ack,
The developm enr; schedulea
for oDeninii in Ja n u a ry , is
owned
by
O rie
l.e a v e ll.
Gooding, and is located off S tate
Highway «8.
J 'O P.S cl u b boJ
■
C hristm as meet .
G I.E N N S
KERRY
— leader M rs. Hansen a money
.Members of the TOPS Club No. tree, from all the m em bers, for
. 179 m et W ednesday evening in her leadership the past two
' G reer Hall for a C hristm as years
salad b a r and gift exchange.
TOPS m e m b e rs lost J":
M rs. S. E. P a rry provided, p o w d s, gained >4 of a pound.
—beckground m usic, which she KOPS were a t a standstill, with
ha<l-— re c o rd e d .
D a y la u n a gain of Z H pounds and a loss o^
M esserly and .Cathy G ertsch 2'i pounds.
sang carols, iaccompanied by
Mrs. Hansen presented each
Suzy Anderson a t th ^ p ia n o .
m em ber present with n ijn iill
Mrs. -((
rt. I,, sn tnpson opened' gift in appreciation of their
the
eeting
wiih
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____
- p-ra y er, .Mrs. support. . — -■!-------T a r r y and Mrs. G o o d m ^ ia v ^ i_ \ new contest will be sta rte d
readings.
~
^^onAwards for the past q u a rte r
The m em b e rs voted to change
----------- -weF«^
■' ttlElr m e e tin g n ig h t
Anderson. Mrs Goodman and Wednesday to Thursday
Mrs. Clifford Hansen for perfect
■a tta n dan ca i to Mrs . 8 tu n psan
for S 'h o weight gain; to Mrs.
George Thom as a KOPS" for
not going over her goal during
the period.
-.... Mf«,—UalpbrUjifJiedT—we)*jhl- r e c o r d e r , w as p re s e n te d a
bracelet and charm [ur her
faithful services.
The point contest was ended
Nov 30 with .Mrs. Goodman
highest with a 73-point. Mrs.
L arsen 52; and Mrs. Stimpson
36
M rs.
G o o d m an
w as
T O P P F R of the week
•Mrs. I.arsen presented th e
■ ■
n
p riv ate pond on the site, horse
w arran ts, he said.
The, r a ilr o a d depot w as back riding a n d condom inium
242 Main Ave N.. Twinr FolU
purchased for $500, but moving construction.
costs' to ta le d a b o u t $15,000,
Sliman said. It will house a
' AOVIiriSIMfNT
supper club and bar.
Porches have tieen added to
-each side of the stru c tu re -an d the interior will be. com pletely'
rem odeled in p rep aratio n for
.\lm o w a r d
the opening.
h a s p a r lv
An a d ja ce n t service station,
.Doctors all over the country^dispeBse over 50,000,000
planned to be open 2-t hours a
ALMO — The Almo W ard d a y , . w ill c o n ta in
re n ta l
of these tablets to their patients each year,
MIA sponsored a C hristm as sn o w tjn a ch in es
and ' a
T h r r e d r,- r r . a n \ m e J i i a l i o n j a
fTTTs rt»c&mmend most than any
p a rty
fo r
y oung
p eople .i, gwiuobile re p air w n te r.
>.iCi3n. uT d*>ntut.
i«a<i4ng Ubl#t,
W e d n e sd a y n ig h t a t
the
«*i rih .f f - if p j i n
S o m e art r.a r
The c la s s A snow m obile
Headache and dental £aj n is
r ' t i r m a n ', a r f a v a ita b ff- o n tv
rpli f\«j incred'ihh fasi .minor
re cre atio n hall.
tra c k , located ndi-th .of tfie
5>r» v n j u v ' r» B u ^ t h e r e l i u n ?
{^jns ol anhrni> are dependG a m es' w e re p la y e d a n d lodge, will be the site of ra y js
j ' j i H fMliev r f a'. a ili..blf-, '* it h u u t
. a h l\ e a s^d for h o u n e\en ihe
group dancing w a s 'd l r e c i ^ - ^ j h i s w inter conductwl through
pr» >cT;pr,’,r ' d'»ct^r> di>p»-nse
■he^ a n d p am » nf rn ld < a n d fla
Mr. and Mr s. CTar k Wa r d,-:^.”and d^ain . A n a r in
- ffspond to Anacin So the tenIhe Fairf«eid i>n'ow'niebile l IudT
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a
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d<'c
?ion and depresiron that)can be'
R obert W ard. Mrs. Wilitdm Slim an said
K*'
' ‘ ‘ ’ A n a .i I r, u M f t » t f)
cani#*d b\ such pain hiIi be tt
Jones, Mrs. H arold D urfee and
.A 60-,iicre ►'olf luurse was
r [- J ll^ • n t ^ ,n p a i / i 1( d i x - lo r s
iit*.pd tfK) And miJliops LakeM rs. WiUiam T racy w ere in L 'onstriutrfl—Uus—tall and— isIPH
AMaun wiTt;uuc ttumMCh upift
c h arg e of a rra n g e m e n ts
<]■■ • . r . 't ' a l l t h e s f ( a b l f i j ^ h a t
Whe n \ ou re m pain, why
ready for pla>. the’ m anager
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R efreshm ents w ere served. Said ■ G rass and a sprinkler
\ ' j u a re
p a i n ”'
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scr’
ma n ' doctor* ar^d t*K# the
.VllA classes will resum e in system will be addt‘d rtfxt > ear
') , j sp ,. ‘ A n a i ; r . r ' , r ’ a in <
iahl<*i a doctor might give'>oa
Ja n u a ry
follow ing
the
r'
,t ih»* ; ai."i r e l i ^ - . f - r d <•
Future plans.. SUinan said,
n hi» ow r office Take Attacjn^
C hristm as holidays.
la ll for. fishing at an existing
O re .,
n ia n
has
B u tte r F a lls ,
been
r g h * ‘o r e , « t
any or
a ir b « d s
O ec 2 1 .2 2 . 2 4 .2 6 .2 7 ,2 * .
29 & 31. 1972 a n d J a n u a r y 1 & 2. 1973
p u b l is h
MOTICE OF SALE
r h a r g iv l
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ih e e d u c a jio n , a n d th e .e x -
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flicts."
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that this peace, based in g rS lt
p a rt on, a- tru e or presum ed
balance of forces, h a s too weak
and dangerous a foundation'’ "
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733 5083
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h e a te r.
7 .0 0 0
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a l m o s t l i k e n e w . P h o n e 7 34 50 2 1 .
to r s a i |
l o a d e r s
1972
MUST
S A C R IF IC E
Ski dqo.
C a li
7 8 t 2521
H a ii e y
A L L T Y P E S O e H O R S E S b o u g h t,
• s o ld ,
tr a d e d . J * le n ty
of
ra n c h
g e i d i n o i . R e n H a r e y , 7 3 3 ^6 0 5 5 .
35 H E A D O F W E A N E R
8 23 4 1 2 2 , C a r e y .
Heavy E^uipmeKt
SnowVahicles
71
7334144.
4« Haatlng * A lr"C M dltionin«
GE ESE
~ T 95 5 B S A 2 5 0 a n f r q u e p l u n g e r fr a t= h e r
$ 8 0 P h o n e 3 2 4 -2 0 2 4 .
R e m in g to n
iio o
a u to m a tic
12
g a u g e r '- ? r r i o n t h s o l d . H 2 0 . P h o n e
543 6249
year
iT t e n e l ' '
Sl E i G A R O I L
h e a t e r , 828 C e n t e r
S tre e t. K im b e r ly
P h o n e 4 23 5643
J e ro m e
4
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A P P A LO O S A
M ^ E l o r s a l e J i y e l l b r o k e 324
H U N T IN G D O G S fr o m H u n tin g D o g
“ 3 to n tr A is r B a s s e m 7 o t h e r B re e d s .
S a w to o th K ^ n e l s , 324 4111
0 la c ker*5~— Appliance"-----at^d
te rm s .
2
m a re ,
p a tt A s<»ppii4»
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pup.
A l s o 2 m i l k g o a t s . P h o n e 8 62 3 4 ^ ,
;._ Q A k ie y .
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fN T I M E F O R C H R IS T M A S !
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734 1648.
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p u p ^ . S < ; h lp p e r k e a s . P o m e r a n i a n s .
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S a v in g s ! W i l l h o ld f o r C h r i s t m a s
J o 9 ^ c e 's K e n n e l s P h o n e 4 2 3 4 1 8 6 a h
A K C R e g is t e r e d .
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c o v e r ; * 8 9 .9 5 a t . C a i n ' s 7 3 3 7111
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F O R S A L 'E ^ E n g lis h P o in t e r p u p .
f e m a le , 4 n io n th s o ld . h a d a ll s h o ts .
Phone
7 3 3 3 3 1 9 ■■ a f t e r
5 30
w eekdays.
C A R P E T S . Skip t t i * m id d le man#
b u y d ir e c t w h o le s a le . W a l l ^ y
In te rio rs 43^4044.
47
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.
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w o o d , a s s o rte d f r u it
wood
d e liv e r e d U 5 t r u c k lo a d
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a«td c h in a
c iip b u f W i , a ll a i m , ^ i M d eru n f in r a iM d ,
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O ir M t m a s
p r in t ,
wood.
7 1 4 ^4 0 3 ..
D R Y
SEASO NED
P h o n e 7 33 4206.
S H O P H A Y E S ' fo r g o o d used
f u r n itu r e , appliances, antiques,
rep alK lno. ^
buy I 440 M am
South, n i 4 0 i a
.
..
IT U D IO c o u c h , g re e n
C a i n 's 7 3 3 7111.
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6081 o r
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T O P Q U A l i t Y " t ^ L S T E IN h e ife r s
115
h e if e r s
.
w e ig h m
H o ls t e in h e if e r s a p p r o x i m a t e l y 350
pounds.
30
H o tA te in
h ftife r s
a p p r o i i m a t e l v 750 p o u n d s
These
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OBECO
b o d ie s , b e e ts . g r 4 - n c a t t le .
W a o « e r *7 ra « » e ^
S a le s . J t m R o w e . 733 7671 .
S E L E C . T S I R E S IN C
A ll b re e d s ,
o a t r y - t w e f . w » I l w L » 7 tc h
Phone
543 4«sa
Fartn Im pte m e nti
Farm Im plam ants.
44
Used In ve n to ry
CLEARANCE
PR IC ES R E D U C E D . . .
SAVE — SAVE!!
A C
G o o d
A C
X T -1 9 0
s ta n d in g
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F e rg u to n
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w ith
1600
r» ;» .
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l ^ S ’O i e s . ( E n g i n e C o m p l e t e l y
la n
o ut
lo o d e r
R e b u ilt)
__________
..../M h a r
M assey Ferouson 65 G as ■Mulli-Power
John Devr* 7 2 0 Diesel ■ Sifigle Ironi - Very G ood
IHC B 2 7 5 UtilityFordson Moior Dies49| - A>S I.S ■
;
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D fiC E M B fR
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•Troctors, Balers, Com bines. W indrowers. ^ —
financing Arailable 6h oll.OjetrhauU^f SSOO.OHand o » er,
GEAi fQUrPMENl’^
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m o k te b e v
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383, 4 fp e e d . fa c to r y m a g i; n e w
w t d e o v a ls . S uy e r b i r d _ y o * l e r .
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M ,
1972
T lip e v N e w s r T w in
F a ll* .
Id a h o
2 3
“ AAaRe Someone Happy By Returnmg Artie
Found To Their O riginal Owners By Calling
^ n d Advertisioig In The Times-News Lost & Found
S^ectipn In Classified FREE!
--'* * ^ P O N T I A C
Star
m a j o r o v e ftia u l
PUPS
S E LL
H O M E S w ith
C h ief,
-'500V 733^1^.
eLUe^ earrBCudar'very-good
c o n d i t i o n . 8 42 34 55 .
1’ A8 F O R B T O R I N O O T w . 7 h ~ V ^
•p o w e r s te e r in o . p o w e r b ra k e s , a ir
conditioning, .r»a*f
4503 ^ S W
s p e a K e r s . m a g w h e e ls , p o s i i r a c
t f o o . 3 83 e n f t / n e , a u t o m a t i c t r a n s
m l4 S t o o . SU'SOO.OO. 723 8334
FAST
TO
GOOD
C la s s ifie d A d s D ia l
- o w f v e f , -p h o n e -3 2 4 7 66 7r
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1 9 6 9
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1 9 6 9
G A IA X IE
■4 d o e r
h o r d l e pi V
1 9 6 9
IM P A L A
2 door
h ordlop,
O N
RENT CARS?
SURE WE DO!
C a ll Ron W o o d a ll'
7 3 3 -5 1 1 0
.
REKT-A-CAR
Bill W orkmdn Ford
7 3 3 -5 ]
1 9 6 7
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(tlO ory
19
O N L Y ....................................................................... .....
C U T IA S S
0 0 0
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P O N T IA C
G T O
O N L Y ................................................
.
V , 8 . o u l b n i o l i c I fO J li/p i M io n . p o w e r i t o c n n g , t o c l o r y o ir
1 9 6 6
B U IC K
SK YLA R K
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1 9 6 6
M U S T A N G
O N L Y
.
r
( o c i o r y c iu
!
$ 6 9 8
V E AR
E N D
S A t f
0 0
1970 TO YO TA
CAM ^
B lu e a n d white
0 0
0 0
^ 2 5 8 5 °®
3 )sr
'
1 9 7 0 PLY M O U TH
W AGON
One owne^
4 lpoed.trtf71TmiHlorf.
ro d io /h eo te r. excellent rubber
^895
'
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•
M 695
r 2 door h ard to p V 8 engine, owtomglic trori>mit)ion.
’*^di6. airnott new tires. 7 tone potnl. exfio thoip
1 9 6 8 FIREBIRD
1970 V O LK SW A G EN
5 1 4 9 5
1968 VO LKSW AG EN
5 2 0 4 5 “
S 7 9 8 .0 0
D E C E M B E R
—
C o ro n ojA-door,.4-cytinder engine.
4~\peed !fan\r^«wor\,v{ 5 » d ^ h « o te f , e tir o vKoip
n 7 7 2 ° fi-
^ 6 9 7 0 0
1 9 7 0 VO LK SW A G EN
foctofy oir
E N D S
N ice
«< nyl l o p
1973 M AJO R BRAND SN O W M O B IL E S N E W ONLY
"T H IS
$ 6 9 8
................................................................ $ 5 9 8
V-8^ gutom oti^ tran^mnjiorv, pow er
m y o L [ > s ------------------- -—
Dtflto Cu»lom 4 door hard to p , this it reoily Q $horp
on«. power vt«er>ng. pow er broket. V 8 engine
0 0
vinyl t o p
O N I Y .....................................................
H O LID A Y SPECIALS
■ 1971 P lt^ T O
R eal
- V-e.'aDTDmanirTraftimninS'nVpov^tjr ^ttfenng. vinyl lop
1 9 6 6
YOU REE M O T O R
M iles
$ 7 9 8 .0 0
—
1 9 6 7 ,O L D S
W69 C H E V R D U E T .
2 (toor« 3 « .
engine, airtom atic tra n sm is sio n /
eRceHent rubb^ , clean, s ii u n .
P o n t ia c A U jo r n a ^ * c
3 2^445 9 a fte r S W ^T O O .
C a ll
DO M ESTICS
"BEETLE
oir
■
C O U G A R
V W 'S
T9'7rvOLkSWAGEN
$ 1 1 9 8 .0 0
froiiiitinviorT p o w e r
326
1 9 8 .0 0
p o w c f ^ le erin g , vinyl l o p
O N L Y .............................................................................'
W 5 2 D f r S O T O F ir e < » o m e 8 . E x c e l l e n t
c o n d itio n
P h o n e 324 2024.
X H RI STM AS SP£ Cl ALS
$ 1 1 9 8 ,0 0
O N L Y ........................................................................................ J 1
v in yl l o p
1 2 4 3 Blue Loljes Blvd. N .
O N L Y
ta ctw y au -con diiian od --
“ FOR
S A IT E
C h e v ro fe t
K in g w o o d
w a g o n , 9 p a & s e p g e r. n e w tir e s ,
f a c t o r y a ir c o n d itio n in g , lu g g a g e
f a c k , w i l l c o n s i d e r g o o d ( t r a d e in
<or e q u ity . T a k e o v e r p a y m e n ts
iip o n
26A7 o r s e e a t 225 E a s t A v e n u e D .
J e ro m e .
1954 0 L D S M O B IL E H o lid ay 9 ^ v e ry
good condition. Phone 73^ 3676.
7 door h ordlop
one ow ner 360 V-6 engine, tio n d o ril trj3n$rr>itt>on.
radio, oil white, tu iq u o tte mter»or. n»ce
1 9 6 9 CHEVROLETE L C A M IN O
n S 9 5
,1 9 6 7 FO R D G A L A X IE
7 door hordlop. V 8 enptne, okil(»mottc iront- ■
mivvton. rodto, power t 1eervi>g, cwttom tr^lertot ,
;
^ 8 9 5
1 9 7 0 FO R D p A L A X IE .
4j^oor hard to p . V-8 eng»n^, ouiomofK frontm iuton, .
pOW«r t^efcring. o»r conditioning, reolly o thorp one
5 2 1 9 5
1 9 6 7 FORD M U S T A N G
6 cylinder engir^e. ttan d o rd Irontm ittton,
iod>o. 2 to ch<aote Worn
5 8 9 5
1 9 7 2 F O R D EXPLORER
Jong -»«heei. .
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0 »r>e. o u lQ rT \Q lK I f o n tm itt^ o c v , o h c o n d it io n m g , e i U o i h a r p
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Jack
6 6 4
M a in
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C o x
7 3 3 -6 8 1 1
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C
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H ou k
“ U se<f C o r
R o w '!
END-OF-YEAR C LO S E O U T
Sonre Cars Pfked A^ W h oh sa iel-^
1 9 6 7 M EftC U R Y ........... ..
$1090-
7 door hordtop. (ultono white, black 'vinyl lop. obtotufely looded, factory
• OTf conditioning, oil vmyl interior, eiiceHenl
,
. A f f t r H o u rs
£ a il£ f v in r
B ro w n
7 3 4 -4 4 3 3
1 9 7 0 P O N T IA C ........
.............
. . $2^0
Bonnevillerohe of the th o rp e tt <ort we hove, belonged to I6cdt butinest*
mon beautiful oil wh<t9. gold top. full power an d o*r conditioning, body
*»<*♦ m ouidm gt. Todrot tire», you ritujt w e
6He.* 17 month* or 17.000
milet
worronty.
H o u r s C a iU . d u i* . S Iin r ia n
73d-519t
1 9 6 7 P L A Y M O U T H FURY H I . . . . . .
. $950
.•
4 door hordtop, q q u o intide o n d out, tp^olt V S ongtoe. outpmotic
TroTiilmTnjon, power*'i#eering. pow er broCetytr\jly-o ntce-orte
A fte r H o u rs C all W iley G od by
m-nn
] 9 7 2 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER . . $ A Y E ^ 2 ;0 Q 0 .
Broughofn 2 d o ^ l ^ r d lQ p . 17,000 mitat, b e ttf-th g n -n e w . beaortfui ct^oco*
!aie braw n arilh arKiie. tunyT lop. oU ia a ih e t.m l^ io r . {uA. po>*a>i qtr'tor*difiontng ihit one w ld new for olm ptt $7.000. pljfl I'Z
rw \ y ftfin
-T H E ^ ^ tr A R ^ ^ A A T tS I
■BE SOLD BY THE
END OF DECEMBER!
Y o u r O ffe r?
y
mitet
THE M O S r^
IN THE INDUSTRY
THE M O S T POPULAR USED
THE
IM P A LA SFORT COUPE
C A R IN A M E R IC A
HOLDS THE HIGHEST VALUE O F A N Y USED CAR
IN JT 'S FIELD- D O N 'T SETTLE FOR A N Y T H IN G BUT
THE BEST.
-»3tnMr--------1 9 6 9 FORD M U S T A N G .......................i$ 1 5 9 5
- M a c h 1 TTiedium b lu e
in g . a r e a l ih o r p i®
J 3 I V - 8 e n g in e
197 2 FORD P I N T O ........... . - r . : _____ $ 1 9 8 0
A f t e r H o u r j C»4I D a v id G l« t ie n
■< d o o r
v ,d o n
o il b lu e
ir . t c llc n l l, r c i
lo tlo r y
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o .r
- h .i»
lo p
m o lc h .n g
c o n d .t.o n .n g
d
35 0 0 0
a ll
b lu e
m .ln
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rant*
r x i X i3 »
f c d e r H o u r i c a l l J u le < H « r n » < » i
1 9 6 9 P L Y M O U T H FURY III ....................$ T 4 5 0
M a k e O ffe r?
ACE H A N S E N 'S
2 door h ardtop foctory o-r conditioning d eo n o t o p.n .r,t.de or»d out
« ffog.nc autom at,( ttan.sm.ts.on pow er Meyrnng power b rr-ie t
A fte r H o u r s C aH L a r r y A rh a tro h
733 4497
SPECIAL
fo r th is ^ w e e k
1963 P O N T IA C TEMPEST
25a
Bu<iief leo lt. 4 ip e e d trom mi iiior. » .< , 11, „ | Irori.poftotion. V « a l $
(4t boiV
ond forth lo vchool or work
Y o u r O ffe r ?
fH o w -fA o d ^
7 33 V W t
'1969 CHEVROLET I M P A L A .................$ 1 7 9 0
Y o u r O ffe r?
M a k e O ffe r?
S34-25II
7 door funobowt. •♦^y iow mHeoge 4 ip e ed trermmi«ron. medium green
.in color, body i^e_m ouldm 9 v..<odto. corpetm g. the b e tl m economy. J2
monfht Of 12.000 mile\ power froin w arranty
r .c r lo , IJ m o n lh , o, I 2 0 0 0 m.l»>
Y o u r O ffe r?
3 t p e e d f f o n t m t t t * o n . p o w e r ife e r -
A fter H o u rs c a ll M e rlin A sk e w
Y o u r O ffe r?
Y o u r O ffe r?
-----
A fte r H o u r* Call M e r r ill Shope
Stock
3-194
734 3409
196 3 P LY M O U TH V A L IA N T ...................$ 1 0 0
Good trontportation hr«oht red m colo*
1973 IM P A LA H AR D TO P SPORT COUPE
A fte r H o u rs
400 V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steermq, power d isc.lita ketr
-L969
-
mercury
RfOugho m 4
7 P -W T5
M A R Q U lS _ . .
Kqfd »qp--4oco*--^
« rtd ot;T t 7
List
$ 4 8 4 1 .5 5
Ace's S p e c i a l P r i ce
H173
tro<r» worrortry
HixwtCaH Jut«Harri»on -
?-door hordtop beoutiful gold white yinyl top otr conditioning, ond ful]^
pOw«r. 30.000 actual milev. eaceplionally cleon
A fter H o u rt Call D a v ia c ie t i M i
733 T tM
196 6 FORD C O U N T R r S E D A N ........... $ 5 8 0
M e d iu m b lu e m u d * a n d o u f . r»ew c o r t r o d « ir^ w n o ll V d e n g ir ie
t r o n u » . « . o n p o w e , » te » fir ) 9 . e x e l l e n t c o n d it io n
A lte r H o u rt C all L a r r y A rb«ugh
Bi
Its a Pleasure To Qp
D p Business
A t A ce Hansen
ACE
HAWSEIfe
B iA i^ L A K E S BL>?b^JslORTH ::
'w t ''" » n li<
T n ~ U ft
...
1 9 7 0 L IN C O L N C O N T IN E N T A L . . . . $ 3 5 0 0
p<>— . r ~ « , .< « « .( »
o ^ . b K w t r t o t M od™ , Woe. b h » ulnyt lou. mdlcTiIng b r o t o * i n t , ^
ttm cor
n.*rrtl>.ng , o u d e i p M i to find <m o cor o f « i« a a tw e . ntdiai
tir et . p e r f e c t c o n d i H o n
A fter
H ours
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C ailJA C k W arton
1971 V O L K S W A G E N
*
troovniw ion . bucket teati. new co r trode m
7 S -7 4 I5
-. . $1250
M fer> 4 ou rsC allM en rn h S h op e
-
1 9 7 0 B U IC K LESABRE . . r ................... $ 2 2 8 0
Custom 7 door Kordtop. olmoff-n«w rodiol tiret. I^h t »o« cotor w ith wMt9 ' '
♦op. all fo b rk interior, foctory oir coi^drtioning. locoi I ow nar. tm w cof
trode in. 13 monfhi Of 12 .0 0 0 mtlM pow«r trom ^rrOAty.
A fter H ou rs C ell W llt y G o d b y
m -7 T m
t 9 7 0 C H E V E L ie S S , ......... .
^ ______j.
»o w
iw ,i« K i
^ . j w w e r itearin g ^m o g
'
$ 155^
a i k ( g j t e L . « / i o > » d t e Q m i « i i i i o . . ,^ « A * - V A e
Tinyt to p , loOecy t > in o ta p e . u raal
wtiolew le S l l O a
i l w r j * , a w n i 9 « N A D * b o o k p H c t’ J;'237SrhiAOA
A flvH w r* Call Lamar CMM»_______
l9 6 3 ^ H E V R O tF r IM P A IA
C h e \T o le t
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c - B O N N B f f liE . r.r^ 5 T 5 5 a -
00
l l e ^^L e a d e r In Sales & Service
C h e v ro le t, M a g ic V aa lle
.$ 1 7 5 0
or 12.000 mileilJower
.T !'!? ), o b s Q tu te i> L :p *« i« c i.
co n tro l re a r view m irror, full w h ee l co ve rs, H 7 8 x 15 belted' wh'rtewall
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