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69th year, 355th issue 



'^TWlhl^ FALLS, IDAHO, FRIDAY, OO^^BE^l 20, 19?2 



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says 




scultled truce 



Oil advances 



EFFORTS TO KEEP a matstve oil spill on 
(he San Ju^n River in southern Utah from 
reaching Lake Powell proper, have failed. The 
oil and debris iwsfaed past log barrien int o the , 
lake Thursday as steady rains' continued to 
swell the Sao Juan to flooirstage. Officials now 
will let thf pollution move' to calmet central 
portions of the lake before attempting to remove 
it. Heavy oU spilled into the San Jaun more than 
a week ago when an oil transportation pipeline 
broke. (UPIi, 



First definite figures 
show CSI growth slows 



TWIN FALI^ _ First definite 
1972 enrollment figures at the 
College of Southern Idaho show 
only a small growth over the 
same period last year. 

Director of admissions 
Gerald MeyerHoeffer said 
enrollment measured on a full - 
time - equivalent - students 
basis b up two percent for this 
year. 

Growth from 1968 to 1971 at 
the seven-year-old community 
Junior college was about IS per 
cent each year. 

1,477 academic students are 
registered for fall semester this 
year, Of-that-total, 1,224 carry^^ 
full course load and 253 ' are 
part-tlme.students . 
■ Pail semestert971 showed^ 



enroUmenl of 1,212 full-time 
students and 228 part-time 
enroUees, making a tot^ of 
1,440 academic students: 

The vocational school 
enrollment, of full-time 
students exclusively, shows 
only a modest Increase from 298 
students for 1971 to 304 for fall, 
1972. 

Acacemic equivalency 
figures, computed by CSI by 
using two-thirds of part-time 
students as equivalent to full 
lime, show that 1697 full-time 
equivalency students are 
enroUed at QSl this fall in 



enrollment from 1971 to 1972. 

In the college's special 
education prograrhs i\23S 
students are enrolled this year 
in compaison to 1,104 for 1971. 
Students. In thes? programs are 
not computed in full-time 
equivalency figures, according 
to Meyerhoeffer. ■- 

Meyerhoeffer had speculated 
earlier this fa]l that the slowing 
of the enrollment increase, 
expected.by-his office, Is due to 
several factbi'S', Including the 
shift nationwide toward an all- 
volunteer army 

The creation several years 



compaJson— tcr-i,"662 fuIMlme ' ago ot a natlonaI~lott8ry for' 
equivalency enroUees for 1971. draft -eligible men eliminated 
This figure shows the small the uncertainty facing them in 
2,05 per cent merease \n niaking future plan's. 



In addition, Meyerhoeffer 
said students haye developed a 
scepticism about the assistance 
of a' college education in 
obtaining a Job. 

In related news, the Idaho 
Board of Education, meeting in 
Pocatello Thursday and Friday, 
learned that autumn enrollment 
at three of the state's college's 
and universities has declined 
over a year ago, with only the 
University of Idaho showing an 
Increase. 

A spokesman at the Office of 
Higher Education said today 
the office has not yet received 



SAIGON (UPI) - President 
Nguyen Van Thieu told Squth 
Vietnamese,, legislators fhaf' 
President Nixon rejected a 
North Vietnamese offer of a 
cease-fire before the Nov. 7 
U.S. presidential elections, 
members of the National 
^Assembly said today. 
• The_ legislators said Thleu 
told a conference of about 40 
members of t^e National 
Assembly. Thursday night ijfiki 
the North Vietnamese had 
proposed the cease-fire to be 
followed by a .coalition govern- 
ment extending from the 



Viets 

retake 

hamlet 



SAIGON (UPI)^uth Viet- 
namese troops today reoccupled 
a hamlet eight miles north of 
Saigon, but Communist forces 
again cut iilghway ,1 and cut off 
the capital from the . rich 
farmlands in th'6 lower high- 
lands northeast of the city, 
military sources said. ' 
- In Saigon today, there wais a' 
shortage of vegetable ih the 
markets and what remained 
was about three times the 
normal price. Spokesman said 
there was fighting in an arc 
from easL'tb. west- of Saigon 
along the city's outer northern 
defenses 

A new threat developed in the 
Central Highlands 270 miles . 
" fibrth t)f Saigon and there were 
reports that traces of Commu- 
nist tanks had l>een sighted. 
U. S. planes bombed in 15- 
minute relays to save the- 
crucial base of My Thach from 
being overrun, UPI reporter 
Matt Fronjola reported from 
Plelku. 



national down to the hamlet 
level In South Vietnam. 
. JJUeu said he himself vetoed 
the coahtion with the Commu- 
nists and that Nixon then 
turned down the cease-fire, the 
lawmakers said. 

The legislators said Thieu did 
not give any specific reason for 
Nixon's reported rejection of 
the cease-fire. Thieu said only 
that he would not Accept the 
coalition government. 

The lawmakers said Hileu 
told them a cease-fire before 
the election would be advan- 
tageous to the North Vietna- 



mese. After the election Nixon 
would have fovic^more years to 
negotiate an end toth^ war. 

The president's two-hour con- 
ference with the legislators was 
held after Nlxon]8 special 
ddvlser Henry A. Kissinger aiid 
Hileu conferred at the Pres- 
idential pace for five hours. 

Kisslngeri Thieu, members o( 
the South Vietnamese National 
Security Council and American 
officials met again today for 3 
1-2 hours. 

No details of- the meetings 
were given to newsmen. An. 
official South Vietnamese state- 



ment today said "both sides 
contiiiusd discussion of the 
general situation and the Paris 
peace talks." 

The newspaper Tin Song 
(live News) reported toduy 
Kissinger would meet Saturday- 
with South Vietnamese political 
leaders. The newspaper is 
partially financM by Ihleu's 
nephew and personal, secretary 
Hoang Due Nha who was 
present at the meetinxs. 

A U.S. Embassy spokesman 
said "we are not going to be 
commenting about , the discus- 
sions or the negotiations." 




JOHN BARDEKN 
. . . wins 2nd Nobel 



TF mall - 
dedicated" 



Heart ails TF 



enroUrne'ht "TTgiirernSwi [Re 
College of Southern Idaho. The 
figures are used to complete 
state aid to the institutions of 
higher education. 



Gem colleges lose students 



POCATEhlX), Idaho i UPI I - 
Autumn enrollment figures at 
Idaho's college and universities 
havedropped, with the exception 
of the University of Idaho — 
which showed an increase. 

The state board of education 
meeting here TTiursday discus- 
sed the figures, which show the 
decreases are occurring In the 
lower divisions. 

The decrease in the freshman 
andsophomore levels were more 
than enough to offset some in- 
creases in the upper divisions. 

A special planning committee 
Cold the tward during the Thurs- 
day meeting it has found dupli- 
cation in the university and 
college programs, but as yet 
cannot determine whether it is 
wasteful. 

Dr. John Swartley of Boise, 
chairman of the committee, told 
the board there-is considerable 
" evidence that many existing pro- 
grams at Institutlonsare serious- 
ly underfunded. 

While he said new programs 
.need to be considerecT^he felt a 
moratorium should be continued 
until the planning committee 
reviews all institutions' curri- 
cula and cost data. 

'_'Therearelndeedanumberof -■ 
areas in wittch programs are 
deuplica ted andrepeated in more 
than a single institution," 
Swartley's report to the board 

"However, there is no Conclu- 
sive evidence that it is wastehil 



or that consolidation or transfer 
of programs would be in the best 
interests of the slate," he said. 

The conunlttee conducted a 
preliminary reivew in the areas 
of ec^ucation, business admin- 
istration and medical arts. 

In other action Thursday , Gov 
CecilD. Andrus briefed the board 
privately on ' federal revenue 
sharing possibilities for higher 



education, during a two4iaur 
closed luncheon. 

■ We met at his request," said 
the txjard chairman, M. T. Dea- 
ton of Poc^lello 

He said he was unable to 
discuss in detail what the gover- 
nor had told the board because 
Andrus asked members to keep 
it off the record. 

Also, an advisory council for 



vocational education presented 
its annual reports to the board. 

Chairman P. K. Harwood. of 
Caldwell said the decade of the 
70s probably will be devoted to 
career education. 

Harwood_and qther members 
of the council urged that voca- 
tional education be give high 
priorities. 



commissioner 

TWIN FALLS County 

Commissioner Heber 
LoughmlUer, HoUister, was bi 
serious condition in a Reno, 
Nev., hospital today being 
treated for a heart ailment. 

He and Mrs. LoughmlUer 
were driving to California for a 
brief vacation and rest when he 
became 111 late Wednesday 
night. 

Officials said he was In the 
cardiac care unit of St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

LoughmlUer had undergone 
open heart surgery in Boise this 
sunmier and has been carrying 
out his county duties on a 
limited basis since that time. 



TWIN FAL1,S - Gov. CecU D. Andrus 
dedicated the Twin Falls -downtown mall today, 
praising the city for its "planning, foresight and 

determination." 

He said the mall project was the first 
completed urban renewal project In the state of 
"TdaRo, ana woma serve~as'"a"modei tor" other 
areas. — t 

The governor was introduced at the brief 
ceremonies by Twin Falls Mayor John 
Chrlstoffersen before a small' group of people. 
Including mostly city civic leaders, as well as 
candidates for state and county political office. 

Andrus reminded the group that he had 
agreed to act as floor sponsor of the initial urban 
renewal legislation when he served In the state 
legislature. 

He al.so praised the patience demonstrated by 
the downtown merchants through the several 
years of construction for their efforts In 
bringing about the "improvement in business 
and Improvement in the city and pride in the 
city." 



6 American 
scientists 
win Nobek 



. STOCKHOLM (UPI) - Six American 
scientists scored a clean sweep today of the 
Nobel Prlie Awards for Chemistry and Physics. 

Three shared the chemistry prlzje and. three 
"shareff the physics prize. eachHiroi^ilMVoob, " 

The physics prize went to Profs. John 
Bardaen-of the University (if Dllnois — the first 
man Ul win two Nobel prizes for physics — and 
to Leon N . Coop^ ot ^OBSi University and John 
Robert Schrieffer ot. thi' Vnlytralty ot 
Pennsylvania. Hiey share eqtlally. 

The chemistry prize werit to Dr. Oiristlan B. 
Anfinsen of the National institutes of Hesilth, 
Bethesda, Md., and Drs. Stanford Moore, and 
WUliam H. Stein of .Rockefeller University oin 
New York. ^\nfinsen was awarded haU of the 
prize and the other half was hared by Moon 
and Stein, 

The physicib prize was awarded to Bardeen, 
Cooper and Schrleffer for their study ip the 
siiperconductivity of metals cooled aLnost to 
'absonitrararStndies-of.vast importance to the 
electrical Industry. Bardeen had shared a 
previous physics prize in 19S8 fbr Inventing 
transistors. 

Anfinsen won his chemistry prize for his work 
on ribonuclease, especially, cohcemlqg the 
connection between the amino acid JiH)uence 
and the tUologically active conformation — 
studies Into the chemistry of the chromosome 
and the gene, th e factors which determine- 



"heredity. 

Moore and Stein won their award for "their 
contribution to the understanding of the 
connection between chemical structure and 
catalytic activity of the active center of the 
ribonuclease molecule," the Swetiish Academy 
of Sciences announced. 

A spokesman at Rockefeller University said 
this referred to "the genetic structure of' th6 
chromosome and gene, important links In 
unraveling, the molecular structure of the 
genetic material which determines heredity." 



z3 N«'H*-li|>s 

r;t:i-(>»>:j i 




TFHS students back 
I^ixon in straw poll 



Soggy days 



A YOUNG Tempe, Au.,' gfrl wades across 
the nonnally dry-««U Rlver.u rains plagncd 
larKCWaf ortheiiatloir.TiK forecast for Magie 
VaUey predlcU more local aoowers. .Weather 
detaOs, p<^>. '(tlPI) 



TWIN- FALLS — Twin FaUs High School itiideots and teachers favor President 
''Richard Nixon by better than a 4-1 margin for election over Sen. George McGovem. 

A candidate preference poll, pablished today by the Bmln News, the school paper, 
— ahnwa-Ni xon with 7 88 v otes hi t h e s urv e y taken anw Q g Hie high irtioo l Jimiors aad 
seniors, as well as the faculty, with Sea. McGovem traOfaiK with 170 votes. . 

'in the other featured racai of the decUon campalgBTlIep. Jfimea ATBlcClmtC 
Republican, leads Democrat Dr. Wllllani E. (Bad) Davis in the race lor Idaho's 
Senate "seat by a 683-278 total. 

tecum bent Republican Rep. Orval Hansen polled 843 votes In the survey compared 
to U/t. lm his Democratic chanengo- Wmis Lndlow In the race for the second 
congressional district. 

Ol a total of 1.034 participants In .the survey, iS teadicn listed, themselves as 
dlglbletovotcandajsenlorstiideBtssdnbecll^letovoteliltlieNov.Tc*^^ . 

Television was chosen as (he media si^plylag the most electtai InfOnnatlon to 
survey partidpants. An media were considered fair (n their electloa coverage. 
- Etactlob candidates received the followli^ annlMr of-voies la <he sorvey: 

Presidentlalelectfam: George McGovem 17t; Richard Bf. Ntanm 79; Linda Jemnss 
(Socialist Labor) 9; Rep. John G. Schmlts (American) It; Dr. Be«|amla Sftodt ■ 
(People's Party) M. ' 

-Senate: William E. (Bud) Davis, tit; Rep. James A. McChiK, Ol; J^ L. Stod- 
dard (American) 29. _ ' 

House ol Representatives: Rep. Orvtl HanBea, US; WHUs Ludlow, Ml; Mtm 
Thlebert (AM) JS. 

Kent Christenscn, Brafa-News ttpottet, eoHlnenNllliEJnrvey. 




2 . TlfnM^Newt, Twin Falls. Idaho Friday, October 



■ 20, ll»72 



''If anything happi&ns to that poor aoul it*s your fautV 





anCAQD (UPI)— The stab- 
bing of a barUng (tog triggered 
the miuiders of a wealthy 
soblirban; family^ an Informant 
against mfembera o f the De 



Mau Mau gang told poli^. 

A source close "Co the 
investigation said Thursday an 
informant gave police an 
account of . the slaylngs. He 
refused to identify the Infor- 



nuint. ' 

According to the account 
given investigators, the murdef 
of the four ' members of a 
Barrington Hills family Aug. 4 
began when one of the killers 
slashed the pet dog to silence it 
and one of the fanfiily being 
held at gunpobit ran to the 
animal. 

The story came out as Coolt 
County sheriffs police charged 
ninth man in the murders. 
Hie nine men, described as 
members of a black terrorist 



group formed _by Vi etnam 
veterans, have been charged in 
the murders of nine persons, 
. including the inass slaylngs of 
two white fam ilies. 

Kenneth Stevens, a reputed 
member of De Mau Maus, 
surrendered to poilicS' ~late 
Thursday in the home of his 
mother.. Two other men were 
held and being questioned in 
tfie slayihgs. No charjgea have ' 
been filed against them. 

Police have b6en checking 
with authorities in other states 
to detennine whether gang 
members committed unsolved 
murders elsewhere. 

Hie slaughter of Insurance 
executive Paul Corbett and 
three members of his family 
began when a dog began , 
barking and one of the gunmen 
knifed it, the informant told 
police. 

A stepdaughter, Barbara 



Political roundup 



Valley Obltuariei^ 



Boand, 22, became iiic«ised at 
the cubbing and ran towards, 
the man with the knife, the 
informant said. - The second 
man standing guard with a .30 
caliber- carbine shot her once in 
the head, the Informant said. 

Two other gunmen looting the 
Ijl-roonr mansion, raced down- 
stairs at the sound of gunfire, 
the informant said. The other 
three members of the family- 
were herded into' the pantry, 
forced to kneel down, and shot 
in the head at - point blank 
range; he said. 

. The source close to the 
investigation identified the trlg- 
german as Donald Taylor, 21. 

Tlie four gunmen fled with 
only a few valuables. 



Buhl 

salutes 

growth 



tips 

7.'s;s-<» m :m 



Seen... 



By United Press Intematlonal 

Bill Campbell, Idahocampaign 
director-of the Committee for 
the Re-election of the President, 
Thursday urged Democrats and- 
Independents to watch a special 
thlrty-mlnute telecast tonight by 
'ex-Treasury Secretary John 
Conn ally. 

He predicted that "very few 
people who wltneas _J.ehn. 
Connelly's Indictment of 
Geprge McGobern's policies 
will find i{ possible to support 
the Democratic nominee." 



Valley Briefs 

TWIN FALxi - "Discovery 
of America" was the theme of 
the €ub Scout Pack 66 meeting 
WedQ^sday evening. Mike 
'-■Voeilme^-reeelved hts-Bobeat - 
award. It was announced that 
the Webelos den will cut 
fireplace wood to sell and that 
^e next meeting will be Nov. 15 
in the Presbyterian Church. 



In other political action^ 
Democratic First D istrlct con- 
gi;essional hopeful Ed Williams 
called for revisions in' Social 
Securityla wsand theRepubUcan 
candidate in that district praised 
the state land board for its 
decisionataWednesdaymeetlng. 

Synuns, a Republican from 
Marsing^commended the land 
board for Its suggsstlan that land 
selections liy the state of Idaho 
from federal propertito not be 



theprpblemJs that not everyone" 
eligible for social security is on 
its payroll ^ 

"I twlleve Social Security 
should provide fair and adequate 
incomeforall older Americans," 
Williams, a Democrat f rom Meri: 
dian. said. "The recent increase 
in benefits was welcomed by 
many but became a burden to 
a tew who lost old age assistance 
benefits, including medicade, 
because they had exceeded'the ' 



Sumner Davis 

JEr6mE —Sumner Grahaoi 
Davis^ 82, died of a Jong illness 
early "Thursday at St. 
Benedict's long term care unit. 

He was born Aug. 22, 1890, in 
Grand Island, Neb. He attended 
schools there and in Peoria, III., 
and also attended Bradley 
University. 

He came to Idaho in 1910 and 
married Edna-Stuvebn Dec. 10, 



R.K. Glenn 

GLENNS FERRY - Services 
for Royal.. Edwin Glenn, 94, 
Glenns Ferry, will be at 11 a Jn. 
Saturday at the Smith Mortuary 
Chapel, Glenns Ferry. > 

Rev. Ekhvard A. Bawdenjof 
the Glenns Ferry Methodist 
Church will officiate, 

Mr. Glenn wajbom March 21, 
1878,"at-^lenns Ferry. He 
attended Glenns Ferry schools 



Mary Engle 

GOODING - Mrs. Mary 
Engle, 71, -Goading, died 
Thursday aftenroon at., ihe 
Gooding County Hospital. 
Thompson Chapel will 
announce funeral services. . 



made on territory that could be 
appropriated by Idaho citizens limit of Social Security 
for desert- entry. 

"This forward-looking posit- 
ion will ultimately strengthen 
Idaho's economy," he said, 
adding the board's -action was 
consistent wi,th his position con- 
cerning public land use. 

Speaking at the Democratic 
-Woman^ -Clufei^-luncbeon,— £d 



19l3,^t Pocateilo. They lived in jnd ranched in the Glenns 



BUHL —The Buhl- Chamber 
of Commerce is saluting 
industry and agricvilture with 
displays in downtown store 
windows during the week of Oct. 
19-25. 

Ken Patterson, chamber 
president, said to<iay ".'Hiere is 
no doubt about it,.. Buhl is 

Fl ^ • growing, There is more housing 

Unerai ^erVlCeS being added this year than there 

has be'en for years, and we still 
cannot meet the demand. New 



Weird moans coming from 8- 
foot ghost on doorstep of the 
Richard Huizinga home in 
Burley .... Sally Gullck's 
mother calling her "mididle-dge 
teen-ager" t. Keith Amend 
working underneath his car 
with aid of fiashlight . . . Ruth 
Miller "enjoying" her next to 
last day on the job . . . Harold 0. 
Hove passing out candy . . . 
Judge Theron W. Ward 
explaining meaning of 
Constitutional amendments . . . 
Reed Coulam conferring yirith 
builders . .-. Bobby Bopp and 
Fred Higgins walking out of 
coffee shop with toothpicks . . . 
Orriette Sinclair trying to keep 
crew of very young RepubUcans 
busy with Mall cleanup project 
. . , Evelyn Hintse looking 
through long list of preliminary 
-hearings scheduled in court . . . 
Sara "Sally" Turner digging 
through bargain table for right 
size bacgain . . . Chad Browning 
talking about county recreation 
survey report ... and 
overljeard, "Is it true Agnew is 
bringihg— his golf clubs a;id 
tennis racquet?" ' 



"TheTamlly unit which once 
took care of its elderly has begun 
to disintegrate, placing an >ln- 
creasingly large burden on the, 
government to provide addi- 
tionaiber vices; ' ' Williams added. 



FIs^'U 'h 'T'' I n' pnlltiral qrtinn 

Williams said that while the im- "Thursday, Republican Senate 
plementation of Social Security nominee James A. McClure said 
has increased services andbene- inflation continues to be the. 
fits to persons who can no longer number one enemy of the ^erl- 
work, including retired citizens, can farmer. 



Magic Valley Hospitals 



Gooding County 

Admitted 
Calvin Colter, Unda Harmon 
and Mrs. William Bradley, all 
Gooding. 

Dismissed 
Mrs. Ramon Ciscar and 
daughter, Gooding. 

. Births 

A son was bom |o Mr. and 
Mrs. - Mike Williams, Goodipg. 



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Birth.s 

A son "was born to Mr. and 
M rs. R onald Jjirvic, Eden. 



Idaho Falls, Blackfoot and Filer 
before moving, to Jerome in 
1922. 

He owned ao^ ppgrated Pavis 
Jewelry in Jerome untlTrenPtng- 
in 1956. -- ■ 

He was a past worshipful 
master of the Jerome Lodge No. 
61, AF and AM, and in 1950 and 
1951 was most worshipful grand 
master or MdSons in ldSfi5~ 

He was a member of the 
Scottish Rile Bodies, the- 
Jerome Rotary Club and the 
Jerome CSiamber of Commerce. 

Surviving, besides his widow 
of Jerome, are two sons, Robert 
S. -Davis, Boise, and D. Rex 
Davis, Jerome; a brother, 
Merrill G. Davis, Nampa; four 
grandchildren and five great- 
grandchildren. 

Funeral services will be 
conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at 
Hove Funeral Chapel by Rev. 
John N. Garrabrandt. Masonic 
rites will be conducted by 
Grand Ixidge, AF and AM of 
Idaho, at the Jerome Cemetery. 
Friends may call at the chapel 



Ferry and Bruneau areas for 
many yedrs. His fathei; and 
grandfather built the first ferry 
across the Snake River before 
the Oregon Shortline was built 
into Glenns Ferry. As a boy, he 
assisted with rimning the ferry. 

Surviving is a sister, Leona 
M. Glenn, Glenns Ferry. 

Th ree brothers and two 
sTiters prece<redTBirfTn"^eaili" 

Interment will be at the Glehn 
Rest. Cemetery. 



Belfast 

violence 

continues 



BELFAST (UPD— A former 
Northern Ireland cabinet minis- 
ter said Thursday that civil war 
looms in the province. He 
warned that he and other 



. BURLEY - Services for 
•Mrs. Lucille Allen will be 
conducted at 1 p.m. Saturdiay at 
the Unity Ward LDS Chapel. 
Final rites in the Pleasant View 
Cemetery. 



TF man 

^liai-ge^ 



are opening up 
a . hint of more 



businesses 
Buhl with 
come. 

Nine companies have placed 
dis()iays; Rangen,' Inc. and 
Green Giant Co., both in the 
former White Furniture Store, 
Jocation; Idaho Power Co. in 
Randall's Furniture and 
Appliance Store; Thousand 
Sprin gs Trout Farm , Inc. at 



TWIN FALLS - Milton 
Bridwell, 32. Twin Falls, Was 
arrested Wednesday by Twin 
'Falls Police on a warrant 
charging assault and malicious 
destruction of property. 

Chief Frank Bamett, Twin 
Fblls Police, said the charges 
were in connection with a 
family fight Several months 
ago. He said Bridwell is 
charged with hitting one person 
and breaking a door In the 
incident. ' 

A bond of $300 was set in- 
magistrate court. He was 
relea.sed after posting twnd. 



Gambles; Ida-Gem bairymen. 
Inc. at Home Appliance Center; 
Conover Candies at Sav-Mor; 
Shields Warehouse at Roper's, 
and Bell Rapids Project " at 
Idaho Power Co. 



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Saturday. 



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Barton, Jackpot, Nev. ' 
■ -Dismissed 

I<yman Schenk, Mrs. Michael 
Holmes and daughter, Melvin 
DixCin, Grover Davis, Mrs, Ro.ss 
Cook, Mrs. Ronald Martinez 
and son and Merlin Tiede, all 
Twin Falls; Mrs. John Brune, 
Hazelton; Mrs. William Rife 
and son, Eden; Mrs. Glenn 
Hansen, Wendell; Penne 
Tipton, Hansen; Mrs. Solonzo 
Wann. Jerome, and Mrs. Biilie 
Arringlon and Mrs. Bert 
Nelson, both Buhl, 

Births . 

A daughter was born to Mr 
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Admitted 

Karl Darrington, Eva Pinson, 
Mrs. Melvin Snyder, Bert 
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Mrs. Norman Larsen, all 
Burley; Mrs Matnus- Matsen 
and Vince Kin^. twlh Decio, 
Dismissed 

Mrs Frank Davis and 
daughter, Mrs Gordon Teeter 
and daughter, all Burley, and 
Mrs, Bill Hardy. Huperl 
Births 

A son was born to Mr. and 
Mrs. George Allen. Rupert and 
a daughter was born to Mr. and 
Mrs, Melvin Snyder. Burley 



Minidoka Memorial 

Admitted 

Bernard Pot>bins and Craig 
Richardjion, both Hapert. 
Dismissed 

Gorrine Simons and Zenda 
Taylor, both Rupert 



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Story hour 

TWIN FAiJ^ - Autn»inrr' 

with its many colors and moods, ■W'- * 



will be the theme of the stpry 
hour at the Twin Falls Public 
Library Saturday. 
-Jiancy BonnelL caorJimtor. . 
said the program is at 11 ajn. in 
the children's rwm and is open 
to all interested yoiingsters. 

A musical selection will begin 
the program and Miss Bonnett 
will carry through -the autumn 
theme by recounting the story 
of "-The Giving Tree" by Shel 
Slverstein. 

An informal discussion of fall 
cneations. will culminate with 
the. legend of "Swift Arrow" by 
Madeline Eccardt. 



GLENNS FERRY ~ At the 
meeting of TOPS No. 179 
Wednesd ay evening Jit Graer^ 
Hall Mrs. Wesley Goodman was 
crowned TOPPER for the 
moi)th of Sep(emt>er. 

Mrs. Clifford Hansen lost the 
most pounds for the week. Mrs. 
Goodman read two articles for 
the program. 

Mrs. Joel Young made a 
report. 

The group decided to" try hard 
to stay in the "Green" until *lhe 
next meeting. Green signifies 
"lnss(es" and red "gains.", 



CIX)VER -_Elmer Fischer. 
57, died 6T an appai=ent hcarr 
attock this morning at his 
home. 

Funeral services will be 
announced by Hopkins-Buhl 
Funeral Chapel, 



TF man 
arrested 



TWIN FALI^ - Gale Lynn 
Robinson, 27, Twin Fails, was 
arrested Thursday by Twin 
Falls Police on a warrant for 
grand larceny. 

Twin Falls PoUce Chief Frank 
Barnett said Robinson is 
charged with the grand larceny 
of an automobile in Twin Falls 
on Sept. 29. 

He was arraigned in 
magistrate court and is tjeing 
held in the Twin Falls Qiunty 
Jail, on »10,000 bond. A 
preliminary hearing has been 
requested in the case. 

Briefs 

TWIN FALLS - Mr. and Mrs. 
G. K. Nesbitt were caUed to 
FuUertoii, Neb., to attend the 
funeral of his brother. Merle. 



preserve their British heritage. 

In sporadic violence, sniper 
fire wounded two British 
soldiers in predominantly 
Protestant East Belfast and a 
bomb expl osion wrecked a 



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British customs post in Belleek 
on the Ixjrder with the Irish 
Republic. 

"We are going to war in 
Ulster (Northern li-eland)," 
former Home Affairs minister 
William Craig told a Ijondon 
meeting of the British Conser- 
vative party's rightwlng Mon- 
day Qub. 

"I can tell you without 
boasting 1 can mobilize 80,000 
men tomorrow who will not see 
any compromise in Ulster," he 
said. 

Craig said the FYotestant 
majority in Northern Ireland 
will declare the province 
independent from the rest of 
Britain if the British govern- 
ment does not "come to its 
senses quickly" and restore 
Protestant home rule in the 
territory. 



paving 
Martin St^ 

TWIN FALI.S - Paving has 
begun on' MaMln.^.Street, and 
final gravel Is being placed on 
Ii)cust Street. 

Qty Manager Jean Milar said 
the contractor, NetJsen and Co„ 
is hoping to complete paving of 
both streets before cold weather 
halls the program for this year. 

"It hasn't been loo favorable 
this week for paving," Milar 
said, "but we hope both streets 
will be in good condition before 
winter weather conditions 
begin." 



Club plans 
flea market 

TWIN FALLS - MSnene ■ 
Nelson presented a cultural 
about styles to members of Beta 
Sigma Phi Wednesday at the 
home of 'Carolyn Casper. 

Plans were macjf for the flea, 
market Dec. 2 -Anyone 
interested in renting a table at 
the flea market should contact 
Carolyn Casper at 734-2215 
before Nov. 1. 

Plans were discussed for a 
Halloween party Oct 28 

There will t>e a Tupperware 
party Nov. iV at the home of 
Marlenc- K e ls on as a club ftm4- 
raising project. 

New pledges were honorees at 
a tea following- the -meeting 
Each pledge was presented a 
yellow ro.se 



Celebrate 
event in 
Murtaiigh 



MURTAUGH - The exatt- 
date was pniitted from the story 
on the 40th Wedding 
Anniversary open house for Mr. 
and Mrsr-'George Ho^ward, 
Murtaugh, in Thursday's. 
Times-News. 

The eve nt is_seL,from 2- te.5.. 
p.m. Oct.'S'; at the Rome '"dr"' 
thei£ son, James B. Howard, 
four miles east and one mile 
north of the Murtaugh U3S 
church on Highway.' 30 in 
Murtaugh. 

The open house will be hosted ■ 
by the couple's daughter, Mrs. 
Adolph (Pall Kerb, and their 
son, James. 




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TWIN FALLS - Election 
headquarters for the American 
Party in Twin Falls County 
opened Thursday with a visit by 
Jean Stoddard,. U.^ S. Senat e 
^candidate. 

Several other state and 
county candidates also attended 
to meet voters and hand' out 
literature. 

Mrs. Stoddard, a rancher's 
wife and mother 10 children, 
lives in Salmon where she says 
voters are "pretty much 
independent" in their voting 
and candidate support. 

Mrs. Stoddard said she 
decided to seek the office of U. 
S. Senate because the party 
wanted a full slate of capdidates 
and she felt voters stloultf b«; 
given a wider choice. 

"Both other parties are 
socialistic and support a 
marraged " economy. - The 
Amerrcan Party is a party fgr 
constitutional government," 
she said. 



"Congress gets away witH 
this type of government," she 
said, "because of our Supreme 
Coiirt_ which enforces and 
applies the laws according to 
the ideas oif 'the ' individual- 
members, not according to the 
constitution. Seventy-four per 
cent of their decisions favor 
communism." 

As for the Vietnam War, Mrs. 
Stoddard said she -feels as long 
as the United States is there, 
there should be an horiorable 
peace by winning the War and 
then all trade to "enemy" 
countries should be stopped. 

Wayne Kinney, county 
chairman" Alice Jacksoh, and 
Paul Whaley, candidate for 
shpriff in Jerome County, were 
among those welcoming the 
public during the open house. 

American Party election 
headquarters are located at 227 
Sh oshone S t. South. It will be 
open daily through the gehe.ral 
election date. 




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AMERICAN PARTY principles are discussed 
by Jean Stoddard, Salmon, V. S. Senate 
candidate,— and .Wayne Kinney, Twin Falls 
County chairman for the party. Mrs. Stoddard 
was one of .several candidates attending open 
house of headquarters 'at 227 Shoshone St. S. 
Thursday. 



Kramer named 

TWIN FALL£ '— Douglas Kramer, Twin 
Falls, has been named to a federal private 
resources^ advisory committee. 

Kramer Is a lawyer and chairman of t|ie Twin ' 
>" Falls Ctmnty Republican Central Committee. 

Ten advisory committees are being 
.esiabllshed nationally to advise regional offices 
on ways to stimulate the Involvement of 
business and 'industry in poverty-related 
programs. ~ ... ~. 



Change of concert 
rime brings 1catl^ 



TF County alters plans 
for jail meal service 



TWIN FAI-l-S - John Doerr 
said if his [^pne had been on a 
hook It would~have l>ecn rung 
off. Why? 

It all came about because of a 
change in time for the Monday 
evening performance of Andres 
.Segovia, master guitarist, 
before members of the 
(.'omm unity Concert 
Association. 

Because Vice-President 
Aghew is here that 'Same'. 
evening — speaking at the 
College of Southern Idaho gym 
at 7:30 p.m., the time of the 
concert at the CSI Fine Arts 
Huildinfi was changed from 8:15 
to 9 p.m. 

After a Times-News story on 
the time change, Doerr said, 
many of the .several hundred 
^i-ssociation members had called 
to repo£t t here mus t be an err or 
the tickets listed the 8:30 
tinK". 

Doerr sa(d "The 9 p.m. 
concert timo is correct. We 



Ijate garbage 
pick-up inTF 

TWIN KALl-S ^ Because of 
the Monday holiday, sanitation 
pick-ups in Twin Kails will Ix' 
one day late thr()U(<hout next 
week 

Joe Koon, city sanitation 
superintendent, said the 
sanitJlioh contrarlor has 
. announced his crew.s will be 
Riven a holiday Moml;iy am! will 
make the Monday collections on 
Tuesday continuing on the 
schedule through the week with 
a one-day delay. 

2 arro$itcd 

TWIN KAI.US - Two Magic 
Valley residents were arrested 
on charges of forgery Thursday 
by Twin Falls Police and county 
sheriff's officers. , 

Brent Stimpson, 53, Hey bum, 
and Helen Marie Crawford, 64, 
Hansen, were Jarrested in 
connection with a forged name 
DTI an tnsuran w'check . - 

Stimpson was held in lieu of 
»1,000 bond. Mrs. Crawford was 
released in her own custody, 



thoiight many members would 
like to hear the vice presiderit 
in the gym t>eforc coming over 
to the fine arts auditorium. 
Then, too. there will be the 
traffic situation. ' 



By BONNIE nAIRD JONES 
Times-News writer 

TWIN FALLS -..County 
Commissioner Merl E, Leonard 
said today the county has-been 
fprcedto ^Iter original plans for 
cateririg' meals to county 
prisoners.. No one, apparently 
wants the job. 

On Nov. 1, Sheriff and Mrs. 
Paul Corder will move out of the 
apaHment adjacent to the jail 
and Mrs. Corder -will no longer 
feed prisoners. _ . 

Commissioners had hoped to 
award a contract for catering, 
but as yet thej; have be«n 
unable to find a restaurant, cafe 

taking on,ihe project. - 

"It looks now as though we 
will work on a plan for making 
some jail area revisions which 
will alio* a jailer to supervise 
the meal preparations with 
trusties doing the cooking, 
Serving and clean up," 
Commissioner I^onard said. 



^In this eve^t, he said, the 
county will hire one, and 
possibly two men to serve as 
jailers. The sheriff's present 
fipartment will be rerhodeled 
Intb juvenile detention 
facilities. The kitchen area can 
easily be retained-and. is fufly 
equipped with stoves, 
refrigerators and a deep freeze. 

I^eonard said the county could 
probably save money by 
retaining the equipment and 
purchasing food supplies 
wholesale.' 

Some remodeling \vill be 
necessary for security purj>b.<!'"! 
if the trusties are used in the 

sonanr«srar,"TOrwim 

remodeling underway this 
would not be a major problem. 
He said additional storage 
space will also be added for 
staples which will be purchased 
in large quantities. 

Mrs. Corder has agreed to 
work tera^)orarily with the 
jailers and trusties to help 



arrange a schedule, establish 
menusand provide buying 
information, Leonard said; 

Two meals per prisoner per 
day are served, Leonard said, 
and In the past severaT months ' 
jail- population has averaged 38 
per day. Some increase has 
occurred recently because of the 

Immigration Service officials 
working from Twin Falls irt the 
round upi)f illegal aliens which 
must.be jailed until they can be 
taken back to Mexico. 
-Ada County, Leonard said, 
serves three meals per day with 
the cooking and serving handled 
in the jail in this manner. 
"In tact," he SAld, "We~ar~&' 



finding most of the counties ^e 
using this method." 



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"George- McGoverii's Vet, before McGovern played- war issue; is par1}y^ explained by McGoveriiha^ soft-pedaled 
spectacular retut-n Ooi th^ the Ufie .over the Ibudspeater, HheoveraU erosionTre^ Vietnam' in favor of . .the> 

yietpam war Imiib . was ai; ri-pep tinn her er despite the in Its intenaity . of votter corruption, inflation, drugs and 



Rumble^ Grumble 



With the election nearing, we 
once more hear rumbles and 
grumbles from some quarters — 
mostly from up Boise way — that 
tTie Republican leadership at the 
last Legislature "fumbled and 
stumbled" and was not inspired. 

Really? To the contrary, we 
believe-this Republican leadership 
•is what prevented the Legislature, 
as such, from getting so much out 
of hand that nothing of real benefit 
wjs ppssible. 

II was this Republican leadf.-rship 
- and several Magic Valley 
legislators including at least three, 
frcmi Twin Falls pounty were 
anra.ng those leaders' — that kept 
things alive. And we are just as 
sure «s vv<> arc breathing that all 



these men will be returned for 
another term. Thiilact will hardly 



bear out the contention the people 
were against their actions. . 

Oji.the contrary, it shows there 
are stfU level thinking individuals 
who believe the Legislature should 
say how things are running — 
rather than members of the 
executive. 

If the present Governor had been 
successful in getting on the books 
all the far-out ideas he was thinking 
up, we would have hacj something 
really big to worry about. As it is, 
with that Republican leadership 
still in the saddle, we_loqk forward 
to more needed accomplishments" 
to benefit all of us. — OAK 



admission that be is now size of ~ the student audience, confidence in him across th.e crime-in-the-streets issues. He^ 
threatened with ^potentially, was oniy -mildly enthusiastic, board. That erosion set In J:^lmlnated his attack^ with a 
grave defections among voters Indeed, even, 'on this activist during Sen. Hubert4Jtumphrey's ch'firge iii New- Yorlrtwo weeks 
originally attracted to him for campus the antiwar passions attacks on McQovem ^iij, the—ago that president Nixon's 
ne reason alone r-hiffpledge- to -seeynedicha ve run ou tr^ttle- Gaiifofmfr prima ry and b e c am»-radff(totstrat i n n i .s t h&i'lcickiQst, 
ehd the war. white buckets handed through apparently irreversible during most deceitful" in U. S. history. 

That explains his decision to the audience for contributions, the Eagleton catastrophe. . But while the Democratic 
broadcast An anonymous tape to McGovern's' campaign went That it shpuld now threaten to nominele was desperately trying 
from an alleged Vietnam war empty from hand to hantl. The undermine McGovern on the to find a non-war campaign 
veteran to a huge student huge crowd was cheerful biit war issue is ironic in the issue that might begin to whittle 
audience at the University of clearly uninspired as McQ«vern extreme, considering the. down Mr. Nixon's huge lead, 
Minnesota here, a "war is hell", once again outlined his_)vell- Senator's efforts the past two polling data from both his own 
lampnt «mi (•mnt\nnnVno<\ ){ loiown peace plan. months to shed his image as a campaign staff and sucli ouside 

experts as I^uis Harris and Dr. 
.George Galiup began to show 
grave deterioration in his voter 
standing on the war issue itself. 

That data, comporting with 
our own scouting expeditions 
with Oliver Quayle in such, 
traditional Deniocratic areas as 
Macomb County, Michigan, and 
■ Brooklyn, N. Y., traced a steady 



stunned his antiwar audience ' The potential, loss of "one issue" candidate. 



'Let's Get This Act Together 



The Activist 



The visit of Uick Gregory — 
billed as comedian, political ac- 
tivist and what have you — was a 
flop. 

— njyt'ss than UK), and rriost of (hem 
colk'gl' students, showed up when 
(ire^jory spoke al the College of 
Southern Idaho this week. The 
College of Southern Idaho, spon- 
sors of the-event, fail ed in the quest 

""Tolnake'a pF6riTTr'oht^tfte-visit. 
But it did show one thing - and 
the message should now be loud 
and clear. Despite ade<iuate free 
publicity through the newspaper. 



MR. SPECTATOR 



over. TV and Radio and Through 
paid advertising, the people of 
Magic Valley showed they are not 
interested in the ranlings of the 
likes of an individual like Gregory. 
•, l^e has, under our form of- 
government, the right to .-lay what 
he thinks. But area citizens als.o . 
reiJion>bered their own right under 
that same governnient. They didn't* 



nave TO listen - and 



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sponsors 

thought they would pay to attend a 

session with Gregory as s[H'akeV 
were wrong indeed. OAK 




decline in the credibility of / • 
McGovem tb end the war in a 
.way acceptatde to Americlan 
voters. 

~~Dr. Gsnup's poiTof Ocfnanii — 

fact, showed that even' among 
young voters betH/egnJB and 29, 
McGovern's end-the-war plan 
lagga j beiiind M r ■ Nixon 's p lan 
by a Mtal 33 to 52'per cent. 

As dubiously Interpreted byx,_^ 
McGovern's top political 
. advisers, that meant one thing: 
McGovern 's soft-jSedaling of the 
war had smudged his once- 
clear-cut pledge to remove 
every vestige of U.S. military 
power from, all of Indochina 
within 90 days of . his 
inauguration, end all support 
for the "corrupt Thieu regime" 
and trust Hanoi to return all U, 
S. POWs. 
I 

Suchi a finding dictated an 
immediate ^return to the 
Vietnam issue. 



GEORGE C. THOSTESON, M.D. 

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Dear Dr. 'I'hosteson: Several 
years agu nurses at a hospital 
used a lotion fur- back rubs, and 
I have iK'en u.sing it ever since. 
AlsD a soap that contains' 
hexachluruphene 

A doctor told me lliat since 
they both contain hexa- 
chlorupiume I should no longer 
u'.se them. My daughter, a 
voliuiteer at a huspiital, says 
Uie lotion IS slill ii.sod ttiere 

Is it really tianiiful to use in. 
moderation ' I am i>4. anil very 
tu.'aUhy !•' !■: 1' 

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Human Response 



Origin Of FlaUovveen 



Observance of Hallowe'en on the 
eve of Oct.. 31 raises curiosity as to 
why the dale is celebrated in the 
present manner A review of the 
subject by Mr. Spectator reveals 
some historical information. 

Primarily, becau.se the evening 
• of October_:il preceded All Saints 
Day on Noveml)er 1,'TFwas known^ 
as All Halloween The celebration 
is. supppstxl to have originated, in 
the pre-Christian era. among the 
Druids who were a Celtic religious 
order. 

Bonfires were lit in honor of their 
si'.n god, and on this occasion the 
lord of death would summon all the 
souls of the departed who had Ihhmi 
confined in the bodies of lower 
animals m order to decide what 
_ future form Ihey would lake. 
~"tHTs i.s Hii indication thai the 
Druids were believers in the in- 
carnation of departed souls. 
Kurtheriiiore, there was a 
superstitious belief that witches, 
fairies, dmils. ghosts and all 
manner of'unnatural beings were 
most likely to appear on 
llallowtH-n 

"^A somew hai later concept of the 
obser\ ance is basc»d on an ancient 
Roman festival in honor of 
'l ' oniona a ijiylhological goddess of 
fruits, farms and gardens — an 
■occasion which was celebrated at 
this lime of year. The objective of 
this xnistom was an expression of 
gratitude to symbolize Pomona's 
gifts to mankind. 
Observance of Halloween has 
f developed through the pa~ssing of 
I4fne4nte art ave rting of fr ivotUy;- 
nnischievous pranks, masked 
parades and merry-making. Today 
the common custom is that of 
celebrating by the "trick or treat" 
route. This custom actually 
developed from the ancient manner 
of celebrating All Souls Day when it 
was a practice for the youth of the 
' land to congregate and call on 
prosperous neighbors to beg 
specially prepared cake- known as 
"soul cake." 



Upon receipt oi the gift il is 
supposed that a prayer was offered 
for the donor's soul. 

Well, here in Twin Kails and in 
other Magic Valley coiTlTiiun'rin;s, 
we are pretty sdrc that (here uill 
tx> no prayci' for your well being 
Rather, we would give you a little 
'warning that when llallowetMi 
comes, you had bettjer have 
somelhmg to ' treat " with ()r 
suffer the conse(iuences. 



TOD AY'S ( III ( KI.K: 
They tell us thai iiivSanily in 
human beings is decreasing. Cotild 
il Ih> biTause so many things that 
used lo be considered cra/y are 
now (luile common" * 



(;i\ KAW AY UKl'T: 

Your little giveaway notices 
really work l.;isl time we had l.'i lo 
"20 calls when we had a family of 
kittens to give away Well, that 
trme has arrived again and we're 
calling on you. Mr SfHHtator 
These arc the latest fall models 
and are ready for delivery Wm can 
choose from several styles and 
colors. Call 7:H 2280 ask for Mrs 
Charles I'pson and you will be 
granted a private showing of the 

things And they have all had their 
shots, too! 



THE HOLIDAY 

Depending on the way you look, at 
it - you can be either lucky or 
unlucky when Veterans Day is 
observed Mbnday. For govern- 
-'-ntetrt;- b a nk- an d many -professional 
- employes it will mean a threcrday 
holiday. But for most^people, at 
least in this neck of the woods, if 
will mean the same old shift. So if 
you are feeling sorry for yourself — 
and envious of those vvho will get a 
three-day holiday just 
remember there are a lot of people 
in the same boat as you are. • 



Say — are you registered to vote 
November 7 ???? 



WASHIMITON -Nr:,-\i 

'lllree limes in the \yA^\ >e.ir or 
more 1 have written things 
which have evoked so wide and 
Warm a hiuiian respon.Se that I 
iun convinced of this; There is a 
deep yearning among people for 
a kind of speoialne.ss that give;! 
hfe lis crowning .spirit. 

U has nothing to do with most 
of the thinus we joiu-nalists and 
Uii' puLilu figures we re|ioil on 
I, ilk alxmt. like tax relief. Ihe 
ch.'ios m welfare, workers 
di.->*untei,l.'> on the jolj. the 
1 .u lal --U iii.:i;le. cit> ilera.N . the 
in.iliilit\ uf ^;oviTnmtttl.\ to 
.perfonii wvll, 

Hit-' \ ,Mrniiu! -.et■^l.^ t.i h.jve 
niurr I.' ilo. with ,1 M-.ir. h (ur a 
In";! ,innrirrn."T, ■mTf Tf qi)i"^^Tm7r' 
after cndiirmi; .itti liiin'iils, w ith 
a uettini; toi;ellHT \»ithoiit 
^umtiii^ in uni.Mjn. \Mth ,i wish 
fot .1 -.rii^eiil ( (jrittnuit\ mli\uu:. 
with .in .ipiHccialmn fur 
urii .niipl u ,il ed \ cI r ichi \ 

S-ltlsf \ Itlt; t-MJuMl MTlt ^ 

I lnl\ Iw.i uf the tlun^^ 1 »/.■:,■ 
rcn lifcl public pi Hit !Tu' .'tl.. r 

W.l.S .1 l'ul"t;.\ I licllMTril lit .1 

lUKl.MimiiiiT nU'Uhiri.il mtmi f 
for in \ 8!'.\ iMr-olc! mother . which 
was re|iro(luce(l so huiiiln'd.s 
could read it 

It ,dl started in ..f pi;i . 

when I s.ild t^oodl)> v in ,i Ihm'U 
patch of .Mictii^^an I .oid 

iii\ faimU had eiihaiui'd with 
►jraceful p.nths and iwindrrci 
through for iimri' ""llian o 
neneration The slur\ w.i.-. 
simple It was a tale uf personal 
attachment to the lanil. a ver,\ 
special place 

.■Vly writing of thai farewell 
utas widely printed and often 
fondly displayed Friends 
clipped II and stuck it up- on 
refrlgeratnrS' and bulletin 
Ijoards f'eople wrote to tell of 
bits of land they, too, lovc<i 

The eulogy I penned a year 
later was. of course, meant only 
for my family, my mother s 
friends, and ours But il has 
gone iSiil to hundreds we know, 
and some of them have .sent new 
copies to still more people 

Though it was a very personal 
document, it had a strong, 
binding thread which was 
quickly visible. My mother's 
Ufe was a continuous, joyous 
ge leb r at i o n of th e human spiritr 
Everyone and everything she 
touched had thereafter the look 
of gold She was an apprcciator, 
radiating warm interest and 
curiosity. Her l>nergies flagged* 
'only at the end. She found' 



draiii.i. riaii.iiice .ii,d 
excitement in .ill Ihuics' 
Nothing was [lurely routine 
and .so ihe uhnlc of lu r life, for 
all lis |)ortiiiii of trial ,iiul 
hardship, became a'urand 
ceremony. 

.■\fter she tirod and then ilied 
m late .lulv. I wrote a column 
telling what it wa.s like ti> make 
ready to leave Ihe home where 
the family had' lived for fx) 
\ears 11 wa.^ .i sm.ill fH>rli ail . in 
motion, of an rra ending, never 
lo be regained. .A^am tin' 
res|Hinse. marked l)y mo\in>; 
letU'rs and word of reprints sent 
alxuil. inilicateil ;r vn.iT rhi'>rd 
w as strui k tor in.iiu . \ ouni; .md 

nld 

Ti'SIayV TTcTTTBnr T TTlf TYnrr" 
date of the month we entered 



ilir. ti.'UM' ih ■■ iM 'iiuii 

slops ,ind the n ,ul Ix.i uiiii's 
fixed In memory it will aUva>'- 
Ix' hnmiiiing with life .mil sound 
and things warming to the eye 
iuid the heart In fact the Ljri at 
old place .sTan'ds Sttent and 
empty l)nl\ the windblown 
trees ca.^l sh.TTtDw.s ';iigi;eslinii 
hfc 

Hut the life there 
Lh.it w lis in the ht 'OS, 
iMit 1:1 the nei;',hl»crh(p'«d. tii^M d 
'niii,ii;oi and farllifr le.iehes 

,if :)!,■ 1.0. d, 

'In all these ItiilhV ■ 1 lint: 
p.Ulllles of Itle i.'ddeC spirit 

III. it in.irkeiT mv Tri."'tner .'i^.T 
eiduiiied iiiir f.iiniU .niil ■•■ii 
heme MiJ-,1 I' 1 ! thuiK 

-pmptr 'Pvei e ■.i.'lii'rr '~TVrj^ 

liurn^eriiii.' its l im h 



i'^iMc. e.iijsuit; brain damage. /Vs 
uilli other lualerial.i that havt 
iM'en tivsti'd. Iari;e amirunts 
ui'ri' Used Kill since they did 
I .Mise i|.iiiiat;e. u.irniiH^s were 
Issued enneernuut luunan iwe. 

Me \ ,1. h 1 ,t I'jdiene was not 
b.oiiied II w,is simply a matter 
"I tnakini: putilii warning 
1 'I ■idiiei s I r.iii ,,itnm' It should 1* 
ll.sed Willi .lU.iM'liess that the 
risk 1. 1 ,,\r.nt bii.i; It IS greater 
when Used "11 biiiken or injured 
■skin or burns or skin 
disorders, fyr ex.unple 
-ltw.rt!.AHiHy-(iMNj in llospilal 
nurseries 

s t apln 1 



is just a 1 year old and One ' 
testicle has not come down. One 
doctor tells me to leave it alone, 
it's not uncommon. Another 
says have .it operated on, and 
still another says wait " until 
he is 5. 

I'm very confused. — Mrs. G. 
I. B. 

An undescended testis is not 
to be ignored. Keep track of the 
situation. But there's certainly 
no urgency' for surgery at- hW 

age. 

I concur with the advice not tp 
consider sufgery untiT he is at 
least 5 At age 3 of- 5, if it has not 
de.scended, hormone injections 
1 chorionic gonadotrophin ) may 
be tried, which may solve the 
problem 

Around age 5 the testis 
l.ie(omes more mature, and 
surgery to hnn^ itjiown can be 



undertaken then. 



.Old .iiui h 
. Ii.rv e i; ■ 



inft-ef iMtis 

re. iilliltr'l; 
sl.pp.ul , 
in I e. ; ;. .:, 
11. -i-i:,,; 

.l,-e.| i: , . 

!..t,.i l...h 



ill. 



combat staph 
o e c us 1 skin 
After Ihe 

.11 111. it its use lj|. 
I .'lis,' 111 skin 
.1 S.illm 
le'i.l i.,id 
■'hiiu- (..I 

■i l,,ll,les . 

. MeMIl. lit 



■t . 



I . 



I' .. K i l l 1- 



ROBERT ALLEN 

About ^Oulh 



W,\.SH|M;1( IN It went 

iiiui.dired 111 Ihe adjournment 
holibut). but >..ii will delinileh 
he.ic ,iU)ul It 111 the new 
I iiiiLiress !Kkl . that l onvenes ir, 
l.iii ii.ir> 

li s |)||. |;,l,.sl inanifesl.ili. >u jjI 
Uu' >uulh inovemcnl in publi. 

.iffairs 

In kecpuit; .vilh the lovnTing 
iif the \i.imi: ;ine lu . IH. , the 
mininiiHii .i^v uf memlx'rs ..f 
CiJiiuress wiiuld Ih' lovvered by 
three years fur -Senators to '27 
from the' present .10; f,ir 
Cunnressmen lu 22 from 25, 

.\r nn- Itir voting; age. ihi.s 
<h,int;o mil require a 
("onslitution.il ainendincnt 

The existing age levels for" 
members of Cohgre-ss are' the 
same' as when the ''on.slitution 
w.'is adopted 

Not only have they never Ijoen 
changed, but fto move has ever 
been made- to do . .so The (!ne 
LaunKixwl in the recent ^ession 
wa.i the- first *ver unrt^rtallen. 

Principal author of the- 
proposed Constitutional 
amendment is Sen Birch 
Bayh (D-lnd i chainnan of the 
Constitutional Amendments 
SubcomnuUee of the Judiciary 
Committee. An abortive 
candidate for President c.-irly 
this year. Bayh. 45. will 
undoubtedly try again in 1976. 

His measure has a numl)er of 
co-sponsors .in both l yan chcs of 



1. 



tje 
no 
his 



i'nru;res.H seme ef then 

know n to also h.ii b.it 
lYesiilential aiiibitii.ns 

t- oi emost amoni; them is .s^-n 
rti.irles I'eriy Hill 
ruiiiiintt fiM' .1 second term th;.- 
ve.ir and .in all b.ut puhlicH 
avowed VV7iite Hoii.se aspir.int 
If .IS appears- likely he is 
reelected, l'err\ eim 
expected tn p.iss up 
i.p[inrtunir\ ti. further 
V e ai n I n i; I' r e .s 1 1! e n I i .i 1 
ambitions 

Percy, who affect.s lonyi.sh 
hair, and Slik'burns, IS .'1 volubU' 
champion of youth He courts 
voung voters with persistence 
and vigor 

In line with that practice, the 
bustling lUinoisan made a 
.speerh in the closine days of the 
.session in which he procl.iuned 
him.seif one Iff the co-sponsors of 
Bayh's amendment" and 
heafCily endorsing it 

In hailing it as a fair and 
logical foUovc.up to the lowering 
of the voting agti lo 18, Percy 
held. "1 can find few arguments 
against this proposed 
Constitutional amendment It 
seems to me a reasonable ;ind 
cquitaUe complement to the 
other. " 

One intriguing argument 
advanced by Percy was the 
claim that 'Americans now 
mature thre'e years earlier than 
at the turn of the century "', 



Kn- ■ vv I .| : h, .,1 , J,-. 1 1. ,[■ , |i s ,1..,,. 
- Ih.' twii items mi'iiliiiri 
contain I per . eld .-l less 

'I1ie Iwu pri i .iiiti'iiis .lie nut to 
ase it .in bri.ken skm .in. I 
rinse well .ifti-r usiiii; it \(ter 
all sou b.ne ii-ed ti.e-.. 
(II ..'111. t s l.ir M'.ir s rt it li..iit 

.Ipp.o en! ill el/ei I , ,11,. I 1 .„.,■ II,, 

"TT.asi.n rffr^uui. t.i dis, lll,l|l,l|e 



I>^■,,r 111 111.. 



riear !>: Ilibsleson : Would it 
be possible for a woman to, 
Uicor/ie sterile from watching 
color televlslori over a period of 

eight hours ' How many? Would 
eiKht hours he po.ssible? — P. 
W 

No. 1 Hu.spect that you have 
mretnterpreted something you 
have read or heard. 

l>;ar Dr. Thosteson: I have 
been taught that drinking plenty 
of water is essential to good 
health Today there are pedplS '^ 
who drink very little water, 
preferring juices, tea, soft 
drinks, etc., instead.. Please 
comment - Mrs. O. I. P 

It s w.iler. regiirdle.ss of the 
v.irious flavoring, .so it isn't 
h.irmful if AM. the water you 
ilrink is fVjivored 

. . .^'ae >uu bothered with ringing 
in the ears'' If .so, write to Dr. 
ThoSteson in care of this 
iiewM p ii p er — for the bookl o t , - 

l-.ir Noises ■■ Their Causes 
Hiul ( ures." enclosing with your 
request I5<- in coin, iind a long, 
self .iddri'sscd i use zip code), 
stamped envelope. 

1 1 I'hoste.son welcomes all 
re.iiler mail, but regrets that, 
.lue to the tremendous volume 
re. eived daily, he is unable to 
.inswer individual letters. 
H.M.Iers' questions are 
'III orpurated in his column 
whenever [vissible 



mm mm 




■ W3 kr NU. I»t 



"Oh, dear' Has the Christmas catalogue seasoh begun?" 




Soviets seek pact 



Friday, October 20, 1972 TImM-News, Twin Falls, Idaho 5 



-LONDON (UPI) 
r tJ ni iM i 



The Soviet. 
luuii d iw t " 



Security in Asia." 
•n ie. soviet Une is tliat 



nisplays 
model 



VICE PRESIDENT Splro T. Agnew displays a 
model bulldozer presented by Jim Keyes, right, 
chairman of the youth divlslon of Connecticut 
Labor Committee to reflect Silxon, during a 
rally in the rain Thursday on a construction site 
In Bridgeport, Conn. (UPI) 



j im. luuii c lieU a new 
campaign fqr a collebtive 
security pact in Asia under 
Moscow's leadership, evidently. 
aline<r at curbing China's 
influence in the Far East. 
' The idea, launched publicly 
Brst by Communist party chief 
L eo nid I. B ie zl u iev abopt three-^e~-CI1!ne5Sr 
years ago, was cold-shouldered intentions 
tit ths tiine by many Asian 
nations and strongly opposed by 
others, notably China. 

Several more feelers put out 
"subsequently by the . Soviet 
elicited no response or diploma- 
tic excuses, pleading for time 
to "study" the Ides.- 

A few days ago, Moscow 
launched a new effort for Its 
security pact concept, and 
made known It has worked out 
the "principles on which such a 
system could be base<l," 
decrying any opposition to the 
plan as imperialist -inspired and 
chiding Peking for its obstruc- 
tion. . 

Hie issue was publicly raised 
in Moscow's government news- 
paper, Izvestia, and was taken 
up this week in the Soviet 
embassy publication "Soviet 
News" which headlined its 
report: "Pressing Need to 
Oeatfi System of Collective 



suar 

an alignment would- deprive 
"imperialists of opportunities to 
use the . unresolved problems 
between Asian countries In 
their owp ' mercenary inter- 
ests." No names were men- 
tioned, but Moscow has accused 
of aggressive 
because of > their 
territorial claims on Russia, 
while Peking has labelled the 
Soviet "social ImperlaUsts." , 

The Soviet Union' evidently 
hopes by such an alignment to 
curb China's influence in Asia, 
while Peking considers this 
policy an attempt by the 
Kremlin to expand its influence 

into the Far East. 

In propagating the security. 



iy'o}ec(. the Russians said that 
"K will ' r^uire "coUectTve 
planning by all tjtie interested 
Asian countries which takes 
into account all the special 
features that exist." 

To opponents of the scheme 
these suggestions evidently 
have an ominOus ring^ ~ 



So far there have been no 
known major takers of the 
project which Moscow . was 
believed to have revived now in 
the . face of an expected 
settlenient of the Vietnam war 
and Its political long term 
effects In South East Asia. 

India, closely aligned with 
Russia si nce the war against 
T:akistan,~iraiS"" not responded 
and is studiously marking time. 



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Dancer f aces 
fraud charge 



SAN RAFaELj CaUf . ( UPll.— 
An exotic dancer who claimed 
she couldn't work be cause of a 
'Ssd'BacK'Was paid iip.lo41 ,200 
a month jvelfare from three 
different state agencies, investi- 
gators reported Thursday. 

She also made<412S a week 
working as a furniture refinish- 
er. 

Alicia Stephefison, 27, was 
charged with one count of 



2 thugs 
rob NY 
teacher 



NEW YORK (UPI)-A class- 
room full of horrified elementa- 
ry school students watched 
Ihursday as two thugs robbed 
their teacher, 

Two men entered the class- 
room at P.S. 304 where Gail 
Florowitz was "teaching and 
demanded her money, police 
said. Neither man showed a 
gun, according to police, .but 
one held his hand in his pocket 
"in a metjacing manner as 
though he held a gun there." 

The two fled with J5 the 
teacher .gave them from her 
purse. 



welfare fraud and. was oeing 
held in lieu of $5,000 bail Marin 
County investigators said other • 
charges" were tJCing jjrepared 
against Miss Stephenson, who 
also used the names Lia 
Culcleasure, lia Stanton and 
. Lia Stahrlite. 

Authorities said Miss Ste- ' 
phenson has one child and was 
living with an unemployed man . 
The first indication of wrong- 

a state computer check showed 
welfare payments being made 
in Maqn and San Francisco 
Counties td the same Social 
Security numbers. Further 
checks turned up the numt)er 
on other payments. 

In addition to the welfare 
checks from the two counties. 
Miss Stephenson was getting 
aid to the disabled for her 
injured back and aid for her 
dependent child. 



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Gongr^tulations 




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6- TIrTi«-N«w»r Twin Falls, Idaho Friday, October 20, 1972 



Heart 

"> ■ ' 

threat 




Vision 




isolated 



HOBART. Tasmania (UPI)— 
A group of medical researc hers 
hsJ isolated and Identuiedtlie' 
fattysutistance which acts as a 
clotting agent in heart attaclcs. 
One of researchers said he 
JjjeUeves isolation of the fat may 
rule out"cho1esterol as a major 
cause of heart disease. 

Dr.R.S. Parsons, a member 
of the research team at the 
.University of Tasmania, said 
Thursday that their findings 
indicated that a more impor- , 
taht factor in preventing heart 
attacks was to find a method of 
controlling the tiehavior of the 
fat, which builds up al times of 
stress. 

TTie team hopes the discovery 
will lead to a preventive for the 
blood clots which cause heart 
attacks. 

The 'researchers Included 
John B. Poly a, associate . 
professor of chemistry, and 
Parsons, a senior research 
fellow in the departmdit, They 
said they had l^en able to 
isolate the fatty clotting agent 
■white- investigating the role 
playpd by cholesteroMn-'UDCjC- ' 
age of arteries. The body 
produces large quantities of the 
fatty substances at times of 
excitement or stress. 

Parsons said he and Polya 
will now try to find out why the 
blood coagulates or fonps .9 
clot. He said that if it could be 
discovered why blood clots, it 
may ,be possible to stop it and ' 
thereby prevent heart attacks 
caus.ed by such dots. 

Parsons said what puzzles 
them is the apparerently 
contradictory influence of 
'cholesterol. 

They said cholesterol ap- 
parently slows the rate of blood 
coagulation- but at the same 
time acts as an' agent to inhibit 
.the destruction of Magulants 
alread y created. 
' AlBMUgb choleslerdl ap^ared 
to be presenLin. large number 
of heart attacks, it may .jiot be 
a significant factor, he said.' 

Parsons said keeping people 
from undergoing stress was an 
obvious solution but not one 
appropriate in today's world. 
He said the age group which 
fell victim to heart disease was 
becoming younger every year. 

He said the researchers 
Isolated the fat using a 
technique of thin layet chrpmo- 
tography widely used in the 
detection of narcotics by 
forensic scientists. ^ 



Friday, Oclobn' M, l*n 

ev«nlMg - , ' 

■Thr— »p«cl«H «lr tonlahl: V * 
p.m., channti 7b «nd 7:00 p.m. 
Oiannets 3al and a It "Lion At 
Wtorld'* End," the - story ol « 
tieputnunl-Star&IIaLCVb, !*)iflJB»- 
hom« to the lungi*/ »t II p.mTtww 
9p«cial> are tctitduled: a tan part 
series, "Tlie Pabutoos- Country" 
begins on channels 2sl and 8. The 
first hour^stresses growth ol the 
uou ilry ' tr u iM l7?6 to i»7 « . A)so-a»-«- 
□.m. will tM "99 days to Survival," a 
Smithsonian Advenlur*. The 
program traces the route ot John 
Wesley Powell on a trek down the 
Colorado In 1669. At 7 p.m.. channels 
3>. 3, II, Is a special op 

skyjacking," "The Air Pirates,— Can 
They Be Stopped?" 

Tsl. Ssl,— News, 'Weather. Sports 
a>, 3, 4sl— Truth or Consequepces- 
II— Sonny and Cher Comedy -JHour 
«i— \A(hai'5 New 
7sl— Sesame Street 
7t>— Ulon at Wbrld's End 
»-t-Brady Bunch 

4;N 

Isl— Amailng World oi^KTIiskln 
2b. 8— Partridge Family 
J— Paul Lynde 
«il— It's Your Bet 

«>— Electric ComiMny — 
Sal— E)<plorers, 

— 7l00 
2sl, B— Lion at World's End 
a>, 3, 5sl, n— CBS Reports: The Air 
Pirates— Can They Be Slopped? 
*ii. 7b— Brady Bunch' 
«)-Thirty Minutes With 
7sl— Family Came 
7:10 

4SI— Movie: Mister Jerico 

Across the Fence 
7sl— Wall Street Week 
7b— It Takes a Thiol 
1:00 

Ssl, »— The AmBrlc*r-~€«perlence 
3b, 3, II— Smithsonian Adventure 
4b— Best ol 4 

7sl —Washington Week In Review 

1:10 

4b, 751— Just Generation 
7b— Movie: A Great Amewcan 
Tragedy 

»:00 ' 

SSI, 8 — HoW to Handle a Woman 
2b— HawaifFrve O 
J— Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 
4sl— Love, American Style 
4b-Best ol ETV 
Ssl— Mannix 

7ii —Masterpiece Theatre 

II -Bold Ones 

10:00 

251, 2b, 3, isl, 7b, a, II -News. 
Weather, Sports 
4sl— Judd 

7s! — Frontiers o( Science 

10:10 

7, 8, 11- Johnny Carjon 
10:13 

j!b— Movie The Story ol 01 Joe 
10:40 ' , 

5&I r-Cannon 

10:45 

3— Movie. Now and Por'ever 
11:00 

4sl -News. Weaitier, Sports 
it JO 

4si - Movie Beast ot Morocco 
11:40 

Sal Movie Madame X 
11:00 

The Glenn Miller Story 





2sl. 7b, a— Sealab 3030 

2b, 3; II— Fllntstones Comedy Hour 

4sl, 5 — Bewitched '' 

9:30 ■ 
25l, 7b, a— Runi'rooritf '■ • ' 
.,4sl— Kid Power 

lOiOO' 

'2sl. 5, 7b— Around the World In ao 
Days 

3b, 3, II— Archie's TV Funnies . 
4»l. ■— Fiinkv Ph antom 



10:1S 

7sl— Figuring it Out 

World Series 
A sixth game Flf-mcessaryl will be 
telecast today at II (.m, Irom Cin- 
cinnati. A hall4iour pre-game show 
precedes the contest, which pre, 
empts regular progranitnlng. 
— 10:10 
2ti| 1, n — Fat Albert and ttie Cosby 
Kids 

4sl, 7b, 8— Lidsvllle 
Isl— Talking With a Giant 
7sl— Sesame Street 
11:00 

7b, a. 11 -World Series 

3b, 3, II— Children's Film Festival 

4SI, 7b, a- Monkees 

3sl- Inquiring Editor 

— "•'>- .11:10 

3sl Movie '"The Perilsol Pauline" 
4sl - American Bandstand 
7sl Electric Company 
a- -Pink Panther 

Afternoon 
13:00 
3b, 3 - Bugs Bunny 
II Wide World ol Sports 
4sl, 5 - Munsters 

7 — Zoom 

a— Movie "Francis Goes to West 
Point" 

3b. 3— Sabrina. Tt\e Teen Age Witch 
S — Young Americans 
7sl— Electric Company 
7b— Movie "The-Phantomot the 
-Opera" ' 

' 1:00 

2b — Championship Wrestling 
3 -Archie's Fun House 
*5 Lee Trovinos's Golt for Swingers 
7sl Sesame Street 
1 :'10 

2b, 3. n College Football Pre 
Game Show 

4sl. 5 Garner Ted Armstrong 

8 . Mouie. ."YanKuc Buccaneer' 

,1:45 

2b, 3, 11 College FootD<)ll 
351' Movie. "Midnight Laie ' 

2:00 ' 
S Wild Wild West 
751 Mislerotters " „■ " 

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3sl— Protectors 
2b— Dick Van Dyke 
7b, 8, 11- ^La'wrence Wetk 
3=TfiFWaltons ~', 
irrJ^fie Haw _ • ... 

751— Electric Company 
4:30 

•351— Police Surg^n 
3b— Bridget Loves Bernie 
7sl — Plgytwuse N fcw York 



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3sl — Wild Kingdom 

3b — FBI -■ 

1— Bridget LovM Betmla 

4sl ^ Wall Till Your Fattior .Gels 

Home . . - 

5 — UFO . ■ 

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7b — -Engelben' Humpardlnck . l*s4S 
n^AtovIe: f'A Place Mr.Lovart" 2b — AAovIe: "Atanka/ Suslnew" 
lOiO* . - 3 -T- Mowie: "Girl HSficy" 



lOiO* 

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2sl — Atovie: "The Gaisha Boy" 



7iOO 

2sl, 7b, »— Emergency 
2b, 4sl— College Football 
3. II— Mary Tyler" Moore 
5— KSL Special 

. .. „ '^K> ..- 
3. 11 — Bob Newhart 
7sl — Ldr>QSton Hughes Protite 
1:00 ' 

3sl, 7b, 8— Movie. "Fools' Parade " 
3,' II w aHuw ii n'ijutj i b le 
7sl -Tell It all. Prolile 
9:00 

3. 5 Carol eurnell 
1 1 Maude 

9:10 

U M A S H ' 
10:00 

25, -3, 7l),""5.~ 1 1 -News. Weather. 
Sports 

4sl Sdndv Gilmour 
7b ABC News 

a That Good Ole Nashville Music 
10: IS 

2b ■ Cannon 

;d News, Weather, Sports 

i.oja 

251 Movie. "The King and I" 

7b Ghost Slory ' 

B Movie. Sandcasties " 

10:40 / 

S This IS Your Lite 

10:41 

3 ■ Movie ".Terror on a Tram" 
11:00 

451 News. Weather. Sports 
1 1 : 10 

5 Movie "Walusi" 
451 ' ABC News 

tlO*.. 

2b Movie. * Hio Conctios" 

11:10 
45t dick Cavetl 
lb Movie. "The Hiire Breed" 



Archie's Fun House 
7:X ■ . , 
3sl — Captain Bob 
3tr^~Old'Tlme Gospel Hour_^ 
■3 — Tabernacle Cnoir . • 
-4si< 7b — Faith lor Today 
8~— Jataons , 
- 1 V"— THarlenr 6 lobelroltars. 

1:00 

23l. 5 — Sacred Heart« 

1. 7h ii - Be« ^^llmbard 



^Atwut 8,000 .miles of new 
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I- , 3SI Movie- 

Saturday, Octotwr 21, 1972 
At a p m on channels 25t, 7b and 6 — 
Movie "Fools' Parade " A chase 
adventure that proves they are 
making movies like t^ey used to 
This one's a ba'ttle ol wits, guns and 
d ynamite set in ■ West. Virginia 
during the .Depression. JameS 
Stewart has one ol his luiciest rotes 
as Mattie Appleyard, a one eyed 
.convict released from a 40 vi*ar. 
prison stretch with a t2S,0Oa check to 
show tor his hitch - and on his trail, 
three killers bent on stealino it 
Morning 
>:J0 

S Sunrise Semester 
i:0O 

Tsl' Underdog 
451. a HP Pulnstuf 
S Buu5 Bunny 

_ 4 10 
Tsl. fb Jelsbni" 
4SI..8 Jackson Five 
i Sabnna. the jfeen Age Witch 
7.00 

2si. 451. 7b Pink. Panther 
2b. 3. S • Amajing Chan and the 
Chan Clan 
8. II Osmonds 
7si Sesame Street 
7:30 

4si. 7b Houndcats 
3. S. 8. 11 Movie "Cartoon " 
8:00 

Tsi. ;b Roman Holidays 
7si Electric Company 

t.yo 

M 4si. lb Barklevs 
7h 3. s Josie and the Pussycats iri 
Outer Space 
8. 1 1 Brady Kids 
7sl vocational Electronics 



/b 

3:00 

i NFL Game ot the \Ntitttr7— 
7b. 8 Wide World ol Sports 
1:10 

251 Cratts with Katy 
S Car and Track. 

4^00 

. 2sl I Dream ot Jeanme - 
i Lassie 

4:10 

251 World ol Survival 
S CBS News 
7b.' a NBC News 

S 00 

251 NBC News 
2b— The Waitons 
3 Hee Haw 
4sl To Be Announced 
5 Sandy Duncan 
lb Viewpoint 

a Death Valley Days 

■It '' SM U B IIty — " = — 

i:10 ' 

2SI Lei's Travel , c 

4Sl Political Talk 
S -Dick Van Dyke 
7sl Zoom 

7b Junior Varsily Quw 
B Room 222 

it Thar Good Ole Nashville Music 



Sunday, Octolier 22, 1973 

Movie at 8 p ni on channels 4sl and 
>,eand'ce Beruen, Ernest Borgnine. 
Rossano BrajTr— and- Olivia de 
Havillarid star" in Hafofd Robbins' 
best seller. "The Adventurers." It 
blends sen and violence in a rarn. 
bling tale about the /el set and-. a 
South American country lorn by 
revolution -Filmed on location in 
iialy Vind Colombia (Three hours IS 
inTnufe's.) 

Morning -> 
4:10 

.3iI__JScience In Agriculture 
70 AgricuTiure U S A 
7:00 

5 Old Time Cospef Hour 
J- ■ This Is The Lite 
7b Taberjiacie Choir 



4sl, a — Curiosity Shop 

'8:1J,, " ■ ■ ,- 

2sl — From the Cathedral 
a:M 

3sl — Notre Dame Highlights 
3b — Billy James Hargls 
9;0O . 

3b — Revival Fires . - 
3, 1 1 — Herald ol Truth 

4sl. 8 — Bullwinkle 

S — Day 01 Discovery ^ 
7b — Oral Roberts 
9:J0 

3sl — Utah Football Highlights 

3b — Herald ol Truth 

3 — Old'Tlme Gospel Hour. 

4sl, 11 — Make a WIsn 

5 — Tabernacle Choir 

7b — Notre Oame HlghTIghts 

a — Berkleys 

lfl,tOO ~- 
3b — It Is Written 
4sl — Oral Roberts 
S 7-rK.SL( EyewHness Report 
a — viewpornt. 
II - Faith tor Today 

10:10 ' 
3sl, 5. 7b, a — Meet the-Pre»s 
2b, 3, It — Face the Nation 
4sl — This Is The tl'e ' 
' 11:00 
2sl, 7b. a — Pro Football 
3b — untamed World 
3 - Lamp Unto My Feet 
4sl - Issues and Answers 
Ssl - Insight / 
II - Meet the Press 
11:30' 

2b, 3, II — Pro Foorball Pre Game 
• Show • 

Allernoon 

13:00 

3t>i 3,"T1 '" Pro Football 

S, 4sl — Saturday Night with Sandy 

Gilmour 

' 1:00 

4sl — Movie Mystery 
2:00 

3sl, 7b, a — Pro Football 
3:10 

3b. 3. 11 - Pro Football 
3:00 

-431 Movie ''The Vikings" 
.1:00 

2sl - National Geographic 
3b — Mod Squad 
3 — Lassie 

4sl — Partridge Family. ' . 

5 ^ Utah Football Highlights 

7b, 8, 11 - Wild Kingdom p 
5:10 

7b, 8. II — World ol Disney 

3. s -- Anna And The King 

4sl - Room 233' ' 



3 — Nallonal- Geororaphic 
4sl — Parent Game 
7sl — Critique . " 

7b, B .-r^McMllla,n and Wife 
-11 — i $andy Duncan ' 
7:00 

""■3$t-— World at. DIsnay 
3b — 'AAovIa: "The Adyenlurert" 
4sl — FBI - — 
i ^ Sonny and Cher Cpmady Hour 
Tsl — Zoom 
— H DIch V a n D y k e . 



7iM 
3, II Mannix 
Tsl — JusI Genarallon 
iiOO 

2sl — McMillan and Wife 

4sl, a — AAovIa: "The Advonlwrert" 

S — All In the Family 

7sl — Family Game 

7b — Moyle.: "Coogan'a Bluff" 



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7sl — Masterpiece Theatre 

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3sl — NIghl Gallery 

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3sl, 3, S, 7b, II — News, Weather. 
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7sl — Firing Line 

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^rlday, October 20, 1972 Times-News, Twin Falls. Idaho 7 , 



-Y- a\ 



y SHOWIIMES 

FRI.&SAT. 
8-10:30-1 am ^ 



'Tied' Co 
election 



TARA DESMOND, the newest member of the 
Twin Falls League of Women Voters, pins a 
new tie on County Clerk Harold Lanca^ter^ Thc. 
league Is selling the ties to raise money for Its 
voter services. I'hey are available at the - 
downtown mall at the league booth this weekend 
and at KTFI. They were fashioned by' Beverly 
Groce,'Oshko8b, ^^r. 



Mailinfi; deadlines for 
overseas deli v ery told 



. TWIN FALLS - Da vid Mead , 

'Twin Falls USO spokesman, 
reminded area residents to keep 
mailing deadlines in mind so 
tiiat gifts will arrive overseas In 
time for the holidays. 

The post office has set the 
foUowinI 1972 dates for all 

.^reas of Europe, Including 
Iceland. Airmail: Dec. 11; PAL 
Parcel Post (Parcel Airlift 
Mail), Dec. 1; SAM Parcel 
Posti Space Available Mail), 
Nov. 27, and Surface Parcel 
Post, Nov. 11. 
The deadline dates for areas - 

- to--th«- - «ast,- -4fl«luding-' 
Thailand, Korea and Vietnam, 
are: Airmail, Dec. 1; PAI, 
Parcel Post, Nov. 27; SAM 
Parcel Post, Nov. 20, and 
Surface Parcel Post, Oct. 27. 

Packages should be wrapped 
In heavy paper. The post office 
suggests that gifts be cushioned 
in boxes of solid fiberboard, 
m6tal or wood: In addition to a 
return address label, a label 
listing contents should be 
attached. 



Donors are Requested to 
direct their gifts for distribution 
to USO club directors at specific 
armed forces APO and~FPO 
addresses. The United States' 
postal authprities will not 
accept packages addressed to 
"Any Serviceman." 
-Postal authorities have urged 
that all packages- be mailed 
early, saying there are no plans 
this year for a special airlift of 
Christmas packages to 
servicemen in Vietnam. 

A holiday gift list compiled by 
the USO as the result of a 



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survey taken among overseas 
personnel lists many categories 
of gifts desired. 

Included are such Ujjngs.as 
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equipment, foods (canned or 
other long shel( life snacks are 
suggested), games, hobby 
equipment, medical, .aids 
(especially foot spray and 
powder-), stationery and books, 
beauty supplies and such 
miscellaneous items as holiday 
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DEAK ABBYi.l |Kaa in the same boat with."Name- 
1m3,'.' whose husband of 20 years refused to call her by her 
name. 

TUs nut I was married to for 13 ^wajsanM never liall 
me "Viola," which was my name. {Jt was always, '"PeO 
your mother, etc."] 

I once aske^i^1i&i..wby he never called me "Vitila," and 
be said there was a little town by that name he hated. 

I quit asking him to call me '*V|[oI&." ' 

I'm giad we aren't married anymore. Vt/OIA 




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D^AR ABBY: lUs & in behalf of the man wlio baa not 
called his wife by her first name in 20 years. 

I, too, am such a man. I love my wife dearly, and altlio 
■be has a beautiful first name, I have avoided calling her 
by her name during the almost SO years of our happy 
. marriage. 

Why? Because there la an old Danish superstition that 
love for one's dear' wife should be kept well hidden so tlie 
devil doesn't hear about it and do her harm out of sheer 
wick&dnesa. Consequently -a- husband w iU refet ...to| bis, be- 
loved wife as' "The Old Lady" or "Tbe Old Womah" or 
something 'sttghlly aegraamg; Lhoiiia the devil l)e lisleiilhg 
and Identify her. 

I realize it's only a silly a.^perstition, but I've never 
been able to sbake It. SUPERSTITIOtrS DANE 

DEARJpANE; Keeplog qnlet about dne'r good fortune, 
' leet tKe devU ^;hear" you and reverie your luck li not only 
a DSalsh luperatltlon — it's Jewls^, too. 

DEAR ABBY: I married a girl named "Anita" whlqh 
happened to be iny mother's name. I couldn't bring myself 
to call my bride "Anita." Worse yet, that's not all I 
couidn'i do, so 100 hours on the couch and $3,S00 later I 
overcame the Mother thlng-^.but what a drafai 

BETTER SHRUNK THAN SUNK 

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I never call each o ther 
T»y our glvoi names and for a good reason. I am his sixth 
— wifei-and h e i s my f ourti^husband-. He slipped -Just-once and-- 
called me "Sally." (My name Is Bertha.] I was married to 
two different Botis and I came close to calling him "Bob" 
on more than one occasion. We made a deal. He calls me 
, —Baby ' and I caU him "Pops." A 55-YEAR-OLD"BABY" 

DEAR ABBY: About the man who couldn't-ior 
wouldn't] call his wife by her name. I know exactly how he 
feels t>ecause I had the same problem. 

I'm a widow now, but I was married for many years to 
a man I Just adored, but I couldn't call him "Charlie" to 
saveTny-life-'^ 

One time, some- relatives got a hold of me and insisted 
tiiat I call my husband "diarlie''— and I could hardly say 
it. It Just didn't sound right. I cuuld caU him "Darling," 
''Sweetheart" or "Daddy" Iwe had six kids), but I couhln't 
call him "Charlie" to his dying day, and how I loved that 
man, and fie loved me. .CHARUE'S LOVING WIDOW 

PrablemsT Tnst Abby. For a persoaal reply, write U 
ABBY, BOX a7M, L. A.. CALlF. MM» and encloM ■ 
' stamped, addressed envelope. 



RUTH ANN McNees, Mi, and Josh 
Bogel construct clay pots during a 
childrerfs].ar,i c7ojs_nbw being' offered 
by the CSI Art Department. The flosses 
will run, through Dec. 16. There is still 
room for 7 , 8 and 9-year-olds. Interested 
students may register during the next 
class Saturday at T0:30 a.m. 



Kimbedy Methodists meet 



KIMUEHLY - The United 
Methodist '^■^omen met 
Wednesday afternoon at the 
Kimberly Methodist Church. 

Mrs. W. I. McFarland 
presided. 



The turkey dinner will be Oct. 
25 from 5 to .8 p jn. Mrs. Harold 
Hove, chairman, announced 
tha4-tlckets will be sold at the 
door by Mrs.. LaviUa Legg and 
Mrs. Mabel Helton. Mrs. Legg^ 



Fash-ion campetttian 
set Saturday in TF 



. TWIN FAM.S - The annual 
"Make It Yourself with Wool" 
.fashion show competition will 
be Saturday aL2 p.m... at .the 
Rogerson Hotel Roundup Room. 

The Idaho Wool Growers 
Auxiliary District 3 sponsors 
the show, which will be Judged 
by Mrs. Zan Payne,"Mrs. Mary 
1.0U Ruby and Mrs. Norma 
Tarter, all Tjxia Falls. 



Clara Tschannen, Gooding. 

Contestants select the fabric 
or yarn of 100 per cent wool, 
loomed in the United States for 
their entries. They also choose 
patterns and. .accessories to 
construct the garment Which 
they model. 



and Mrs. W. C. Kluttz wlU have 
charge of thr - country store, 
baked goods and white elei>hant 
Sale at the dinner. 

The Browse and Buy shop will 
dos^ Mqnday afternoon. Boxes 
from the shop have.- been 
donated to' local missionary and 
welfare organizations. Mrs. 
Hugh Sanderson and Mrs. 
Helton-were-lft-c{i^*e-of sales- 
during the summe?m9niha,__ 

Memt>ers ivere told that a new 
lace tablecloth-and skirt will be 
purchased for use at wedding 
receptions and were reminded 
to remember their mystery 
daughters. 

The nonainatlng conimlttee, 
Mrs. Orville Allen, Mrs. Austin 
Moore and ^Irs. Delbert T. 
Remaley, reported they are 
prepared to present the slate of 
officers to be elected In 



November. . 

In honor of the 49th Wedding"' 
Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Palmer, Mrs. Don 
Kllbom presented them^with a 
-cSSib. 

Hie group voted to sell note 
stationery. The-offering will'be 
sent to the Methodist Home, 
Salem, Ore. 
— -Mrsr ■ McFartand was 
program chairman and 
presents? the study, "Struggle 
Against Poverty.'*— She was 
assisted In Bible readings by 
Mrs. Kllborn and Mrs. 
Sanderson. 

A skit was given by Mrs. 
Kluttz, Mrs. Kllborn, Mrs. 
Moore and Mrs. Sanderson with 
Mrs. McFarland as moderator. 

Hostesses were Mrs. Marion 
Wall and Mrs. Thomas 
Steelsmith. 



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MRS LARRY KNUDSON 
712 Moufice S(, Twin Fatii 



Contestants from nine area 
— eotmttes^ wiH-eompete-for one- 
junior division award (or aged 
14-16 and one senior -tji Vision for 
17-21 year olds. Winners •'will 
represent district 3 in tlie ^late 
competition NoV. 13 at the 
f^jnderosa Tnn, Hurley. 

Competitors mdude' Margo 
Ulis, HaKemian, and Hannah 
IVrkins, Buhl, in the sub-deb 
division; Suzie Bqdenhamer, 
Kden; Phyllis Britl and Usa 
tary, Kimberly; iDebra . 
• Elldredge, Twin Falls; .Ronda 
Hoskin, Carol McQellan and 
Cheryl McCord, Jerome- 
Cynthia McCloud, Wendell; 
.SaHy Southwick, Bul\l, and:_ 
Diana Dutcher, Mountaifv- 
Houic. all junior division. 

Participating in the senior 
(ii'visKin will be Thelnva 
Clouf^hton, Bcllevue; Paul J, 
("ofer. Heyburn; Merilee Ellis, 
lUi^eniian, Koxie Ann Mink, 
Mountain Homo; l.e Ann 
Petersun, .leroine; Janice 
w.irti, nn(l\'~wtt]i,imson— anrf^ 
.Susan Southwuk, all Buhl; 
Kailieriuc Slionn, Wendell, and 





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: RICHFIELO — Mrs. Eugene 
Alexander and Mrs. Carl 
P aulson spoke to tbe Richfield 
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They informed members of 
the Lions eyesight conservation: 
progrcun how eyes can Ijsl 
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children ages 3 to (e who may 
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Friday", October 20, 1972,, Tlmes News/TwIn Falls. l<l8ho 9 

Briefs; 

FILER — The Filer Young at the LDS Church. Mrs. Dan 



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W I nnSrS be helped, the wpmen said. of the wqmen's club November 



LayBgnltJLeagae of Maglc"VaIIeyivlU-sponior^ 
a Refonu^tlau^Rally Oct 29 in the College of 
Southeni Idaho niditoHum. 
r.Rev. Emll Jaedi, pr<^ldent of the northwest 
district, Lutheran Chnrcb-Mlssopri Synoil, will 
be guest speaker, for the-3- p.iii. MrVic«. 'The:r- 
rally commemorates the historic act of Martin . 



-M o thrr's ^^Ctm 



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TWIN FALLS - The Twin 
Falls Duplicate Bridge Qub 
• met Wettaesday afternoon at 
Episcopal Hall. 
North and south winners were 

-^{tfrs. Roy Hl^l and Mrs. R. R. 
Williams, first: Mrs. F. F. 
Jensen and Mrs. H. M. WycoffT 
second; ,Mrs. M. V. Cook and 
Mrs. Harley Painter, third; and 

^^Irs^HJiJitzjSatrick and Mrs. 
D. DrlscoU, fourth. 

East and west winners were 
Mrs. M. Hogg- and Mrs. A. V. 
Williams, first; Mrs. H. M. 
Proctor and Mrs. Earl Neilssn, 
second; Mrs. Harold Bujcher 
and Mrs. Betty Grant, third; 

. ..and Mrs. M. E. Saunders and 
Mrs. H. A; i±Klemer, fourth.. 



Briefs 

TWIN FALLS - The 
Episcopal Youth Group will- 
hold "ail'lce cream social from 
6:30 to 9 jjiVj^edneaday in the 
Bishop .Rhea AlidRorium at the 
Episcopal Church. A movie, 
"The Dancing Masters','' will be. 
shown. The public is invitjed. 



iTie group met at .the home ot 
Mrs. Nelson Frederickson, with 
Mrs. Dennis Hendricks as co- 
hostess. 

Zella Kbnnjson, president, 
announcied' the women's club' 
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10 Tlmei-News, twin Fall*, 't^aho Friday. .OcJober 20, 1972 






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By RANDY LEBLANC 
BOISE ( UPI ) — Randy Moser 
Is. 45, eats.M and M's by the 
handful, .watches weeJcend 
■"fiorf or movies and has a passion 
-:fbr televised-fbotbaUr 7^ 
So much so tha t he recently 



=MUr^giiiiB[ePs=coiiBa^ce^^ ; ' 

ager. Randy insists the adjustioaent^ 

• - — to bis new life style will be made 
But the errant .30 caliber' slowly, andaays herhasnTgtven- 



Randy's life changed witKbut 
warning July 12 when he was 
accidently "shot by a coyote 
hunter whille setting sprinkler 

gpes-on-a_ranch near Weiser. 
is! jfisJiifl- job as-ti field hand, 



TrtBhtmeiHtjerfaiMnytam?^^ 

insurance. 
Efforts to raise money for his 



Lj5_cint» bettlng^on thf ' h e Mnip i red InThe Wetyr Uttl^ 



Detroit Lions. "teafue and was a starting withTiis'waraTnatesatrtlielfllB' 

"I didn't thinlt the Packers second baseman on the local Rehabilitation Center, but his 
would ever pull it out." he says Babe Ruth team. A typically doctor's prognosis is permanent 

FHA loan change could 



bullet severed his spjne, leaving much thought tp the future. All 
him paralyzed from the_chest-he wants to^ now is rejoin his" 
dow^His arms, shoulders and sophoniore classmates at 
head moye freely^s he Jolys Weiser HiBh Scjiool. 



lon't tfiink I'd mind 
teaching or even coaching if I 
could do it," he says, fingering a 
shock of blond hair £»om his 
eyes. 

His reading^ interests vary 
from sports io westerns, and a 
stack of paperback novels 
scattered on his bedside 



"Surgery and therapy l^ave only 
begun recently, with Elka- 
spohsored programs accounting 
for most of it. 
The Crippled C hildren"'^ 



save processing costs 



BOISK ■ A 'proposed t hange 
in processiny rural housing 
loans which could save $100- 
miUion in processing t-osLs is 
being, evaluate!!. 

This was announced today by 
Donald 1.. Winder, Idaho KHA 
director, who is meeting this 
week with representatives of 
the office of James V. .Smilhr- 
P'HA administnitor. 

Joseph y . Freburger and 
Dale Kane, F'HA repre- 
sentatives, have been 
stljdying the possihilitles of 
implenicnting ;i new concept of 
short-term ^ ■ iHleriin, Jwiiincl^g 
for conslrucliun of single 
dwelling low -to -moderate 



acCi\ ilieii - > 

r WASHINGTON I UPI ) -Pres- 
ident Nixon announced plans 
Thursday "for two weekend 

-radio- speeches and an 8(knile 
•motorcade through Ohip Oct. 
28. 

White House Press Secretary 
Ronald I.. Zicgler said Nixon 
will make radio broadcasts paid 

'.for by his campaign conmiittee 
on Saturday and Sunday The 
Saturday speech will cover 
domestic matters and the 
Sunday broadcast will be an 
. JJbservjLOi'i J>f _\^e tgjws :^Day r;__^^ 
Nixon, who has made only 
one overtly political trip in - 
three weeks, is scheduleTf to go 
to Philadelphia Friday to sign a 
$30.2biUlon revenue sharing bill 

. at historic Independence Hall. 



housing through the Farmers 
Home Administration. 

"This is in line witJi the 
President's policy for 
streamlining operations under 
.the Federal Assistance iieview 
Program," Winder said, "and 
should' promote greater 
involvement of the public sector 
in government sponsored 
programs." 

The study has been conducted 
during the past two year-s, and 
came to the atterition of the 
Idaho director after, he 
submitted an employe 
suggestion to the national office 
which was substantially the 
same as the propo.sal under 
review by the two FHA 
representatives. 

As proposed, the procedure 



would permit short-term 
interim financing through 
commercial channels -With the 
federal government assuming 
the mortgage with the borrower 
at the completion of 
construction. 

This would decelerate the 
withdrawal of cash from the 
treasury until needed to close 
the " loan. Saving would be 
reflected in reduced interest 
costs to the government and 
excessive administration costs. 

Closing' of tJie loan u^ion 
completion o/ construction 
would abolish the need for FIIA- 
borrowers to niake payments On 
the home under c'onstrlictioii 
whde still making rental or 
equity pi^yments on -tbtjir 
present home. Winder said. 



table b^ars witness to a diverse 
literal^ taste. On the adjacfent 
closet wall is a list of daily 
therapy treatments, including 
leg movements and crutch 
practice. 

"It's not the kind of exercise 
I'm used to, bat I guess I have to 
learn it," tie says, and points to 
a new set of arm supports for 
walking. - . 

"My arms^iW--pF«bal3ly be. 
pretty strong before too long,,", 
he laughs. 

Randy's medical expenses to 
date have topped $5,000, and, 
except fgr a nominal policy 
where his mother works, the 

r-- 



Society donated a' hew wheel 
chair, walker and leg braces. A 
benefit football game Oct. 7 in 
Weiser netted $300. An Elks- 
sponsored trap shoot Oct. 1 
raised $160, and a benefit 
auction is scheduled Sunday. 

"The Elks have really been a 
tremendous help to u.s , ." Ranjly 



■"•'I Siffe didn't ejqpeiff fHPTTie- 
, beams. ,"■ 

When ' he returns to school 
TlBinramUj, Randy sayarhe 
wants to resume his academic 
routine -just as he I6ft it last 
.June., 

"I dont want any speidal 
treatment ; I ' just hope - 
everybody acta the same way 
around me thpy always did,," he 
says. 

"My appearance may have 
bhanged, but I haven't." 




says. "I owe them a lot for all 
they've done." 

The youngster's morale, 
despondent at first, now seems 
somewhat more unburdened. 
He smiles easily and insists on 
having a "fresh approach" to 
his new life style. 

One of his biggest tJirills since 
the accident, he twasts, was 
receiving a letter from a fello^y 
paralytic, Alabama Gov. 
George C,-- Wallace. Enclosed 
was an autographed picture of 
the governor and a certificate 
making Randy an honiipary 
member ot the Alabama State 
Militia. 



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Twin Falls — 733-2050 



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Twin Fails — 733-7141 



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^rrnmw-f^iM, Twin Falls; Idaho Friday, October 30, 1972 




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(EDITORS NOTEj IIMi la iiinairol neriM 
oatliaing the Amendmeiito wUcb will appear oo 
the Nov. 7 ballot to Idaho. 

By GEORGE FRANK 
BOISE (UPI) — If voters approve Senate 
Joint Resolution 101 next month, the Idaho Land 
Board would be appointed: by Gov. Cecil -p. 
Andrus. ' ' 

Presently, the land boafd is composed of 
elected officials. 



- J ■ 

members from tlii%u^utthe state had to coihe 
to Boise for the meeting. 

lliey also say that a governor in his second 
Jerni. of offic e could control the land board 
.through his appointments: Under the proposal 
the members would be appointed to staggered 
terms. ■ 

Another amendment appear on the-Ballot 
Nov. 7 would require every child between the 
ages of 6 and 18 to attend public schools in Idaho 
unless educated by other means prescribed .by 



' WASHINGTON (DPI) —PW 
ident Nizorraped a stopgap 

housing programs until June 30, 

xvn. 



Authgrimti^n fbr^Uhe Federal 
Housing Administration (FHAj 
mortgage program expired Oct. 
1 and Without the legislation, 
the system would have gone out- 



of businessr- 
Oohgreas] 



to support public housing' 
Ijemeasure-TrogranBT^fbr the poor and 
g— da ^ ot' -lte - b eo s ta b y ♦280 — flafflen— the- 
session -aft^c.-iaUing, to reach r autfaoHzation forvUrban renewal. 
aiireqnent on proposed rcftimnc" g rnnta 



tor raA^ pubUcjMuaing and Jrbe hsa ^as. one of nine 
urban roiewal programs. Mpcon dgned folloirlng the 

Hie measure also increaseis a^Jourment of Congress. Still 
biLlISO million the contract on his desk are mdre than 100 
■abtEoil9>-fsr-anmialHwymaila- other measures;- ' ^ ■ 



Suspect 



" They include Andrus, D.~T. Engelking, 
Superintendent of public instruction; W.. 
Anthony Park, state attorney Kenerat; Joe 
Williams, slate auditor, and Pete Cenarrusa, 
secretary of state. 

Opponents of the measure say that an 
appointed board would not have any rtore time 
to devote to the state's land policy/than the 
elected officials. 

'The land tward sets policy for the state land 
conunissioner and oversees sales and transfers 
of state land. ' " 

But Andrus feels an appointed board would 
lead to greater professionalism, according to 
his press secretary John Hough. Hough also 
s&ld the governor feels thai the state's' top 
elected officials do not have the proper amount . 
of time to devote to the land board Job. 
— But opponeneta say there- would be-wttF*. - 
travel expense each month when the appointed 



"Taw: ' 

The present constitution does not require 
c6inpulsory attendance of public schools for 
those insufficient in mental and physical ability, 
or for those tietween the ages of 6 and 18 wlio 
have completed an equivalent of three years. 

House Joint Resolution 63, which will be the 
last amendment to appear on the ballot, would 
require that In all elections for directors or 
managers of jdcorporated companies,, 
shareholders of voting or common stocic, may, 
by proxy or in person, vote for the candidate. 

The proposal also would require that non- 
voting stock be clearly marked prior to issuance 
so as to indicate its non-voting character. 

The present constitution does not require non- 
voting stock to be identified and permits holders 
of "shares of stock" generally to vote. 

Wlien voters go to the polls next month they 
will have a total of nine amendments to vote on. 



Restoration of Pieta 
nea rs c ompletion date 



VATICAN CITY (UPI)-The 
director of the Vatican museum 
said Tliursday thtit Michelange- 
lo's damaged Pieta would be 
restored to its original condition 
—at least as far as the eye is 
concerned— bibfore the end of 
this year. " —■' 

"1 hope to make a nice 
Christmas present of it,". 
Deoclecio Redig de Campos told 
a news conference. 

The Brazilian-bom museum 
chief promised the repairs will 
be invisible from, even a short 



^3istance. ~ " • 

"You Will need a rnicroscbpe 
to tell the difference," he said. 

A'^ammer-wielding Hunga- 
rian emigrant clathilng to be a 
reincamAtion of- Christ dd- 
maged the statue May 21. The 
men, Lazlo Toth, still is in an 
Italian prison awaiting trial. 

Experts, hicluding de Cam- 
pos, call La Pieta— which shows 
the Madonna cradling the dead 
Oirist— one of the most perfect 
examples of Renaissance art. 



Airwest 

announces 
change 



SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - 
Hughes Airwest will increase its 
"StBidairee seTies thirfalTInstead 
of Joining other carriers in the 
industry's traditional seasonal 
cutbaelts. - 

The airline said Tuesday its 
Jet operations would be 
maintained at last sununer's 
peak — an Increase o( nearly .■» 
per. cent over last fall. 

Airwest senior director of 
planning Terry Ashton said, 
"For the first time in our 
history we are not predicting- a 
seasonal systemwide slack. . 

"We will reallocate our 
available seat miles to expand 
our service in Mexico, Arizona 
and southern California on Oct. 
29 — not reduce it — to 
accommodate a forecast traffic 
increase" 

Ashton said the forecast was 
based on a general economic 
upsurge expected to continue 
through the third quarter of 
1973. He added usually airlines 
cut passenger service up to four 
per cent during this usually 
slower period. 



Cup That Chcereth 

The wassail bowls of old 
England were made of lig- 
num-vitae. a hard wood that 
"never wore out" Often 
they held boiling-hot liquids 
and re-eived banging against 
stone without damage. 



Michelangelo sculpted it in 1^ 
at the age of 23. 

Toth struck the statue of the 
Madonna at least 15'blows with 
a 2.2 pound sculptor.'s hammer, 
knocking off the left forearm 
and nose, chipping the eyebrow 
and damaging the veil. 

De Campos said nearly all 
the fragments— a total of aliout 
50 — have been recovered and 
that only minute gaps will have 
to be filled (n-^with special 
marble' paste mixed to match 
Michelangelo's original "to 
' wiQilh" 9ff"per cenfof peffec- 
Uon." 

Although modem techniques 
call for restored parts to be left 
clearly visible, De Can^pos said 
that In this ctise, "We felt it 
was our duty to bring the work 



ias near to its original condition 
-as we could r - A scr at ch -on-the- 
~ Pieta is worse than a missing 
arm on another statue : " 
' De Campos said the Vatican's 
restoration laboratory has been 
carrying out tests to find the 
exact kind of glue that will Join 
Michelangelo's white Carrara 
marble without a traceTDnly 
now will technicians begin 
sticking the pieces together and 
buffing them with lead— the 
way Michelangelo did it— to 
restore their patina. 

De Campos said a glass or 
plexiglass screien will be 
installed b) front of l.a Pieta 
before allowing the public to 
see it, "We are studying ways 
In which we can do this without 
having reflections," he said . 



announces 



Navy 
re-enlistment plan 



TWIN FALLS - AEC Harold 
F. Smith. AJ. S. Navy recruiter, 
said the Navy has announced a 
new .program . designed to 
attract re-enlistments from 
former officers. 

Under the new plan, ex-Navy 
petty officer* -who have l)een 
,discbar.ged up to four years 
m^y xe-enlist at the same pay 
grade they held at the time of 
■discharge. 

Chief Smith reminded those 
who have been out of the Navy 
iociour years. that military pay 
has increased dramatically. A 
serviceman's pay now 
compares to, and In many 



tases, exceeds that of salaries 
paid In the civilian community. 

iliose- interested in knowing 
what rates are on the "critical 
skills" list should see Harold 
Stnith, Dennis Abrams or Brad 
Bradley at 130 2nd St. East in 
TVin Falls. 

Normal office hours are 9 
a.m. to i p-m. week days and 9 
a.m. until noon on Saturdays. If 
the hours conflict with the 
present w'ork schedule of 
8omeone-wbo is int«r«8te<i,--« 
special appointment may be 
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Chicago (Upi) — Another 

iimi i aiiao c iat ed wi th De Ma a . - 
Mau today was being sought for 
:the murder of a Southern- 
Illinois llii'versity student, Cook 
Co\m\j sheriff's police said.- 

Eight members of a black 
terrorist group fbrthed by 
Vietnam veterans have been 
accused in connection with the 
murders of nine white persons, 
including that of the SIU 
student, Michael Gerchenson, 
19, Highland BaElcIU., who was., 
slain May 3. 

Authorities said two more 
men were in custody but not 
tKing charged inunediately . 

A spokesman. In the office of 
Cpolt County aiwiff ^chard 
E3rod said police were search- 
ing for Kenneth Stevens on 
Chicago's South Side on the 
basis of a murder warrant. 



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TWIN FALlfi — '"nieTSha 
government structure is so 
fragmented, It can't be used by 
the citizens of this state," a 
state offlrlal said Tuesday. 



and^ve Democrats^ headed by back to the j^SBS^," Welch said. 
Sen. Ray W. Rigby, Rexburg. Jj^flnd What type government 

If-pHSS*a by a majority ojT changes they want. 
Idaho's voter ^in the Novemfer He said under a Nixon 



Joe Welch, associate director 
of exequtive r eorganliation , 
Idaho State Planning and 
Community Affairs Agency, 
presented the Senate Joint 
Resolution 132 for Idaho 
exe cut i v e reor g an lia ti on to 



ge n e ral e l e c ti on, SJR 132 wo u ld— fifop-ami 



groupof interested citizens here 
at the College of Southern 
Idaho. 

He said the people of Idaho 
must demand ~an end to the 
cdnstant creation of new state 
agencies and a reorganlztion of 
the present unwieldy structure 
or face an increase in Wasted 
tai dollars, ' confusion, 
duplication and Inefficiency In 
state government. 

Welch said rampant costs, 
rising taxes, waste and red tape 
are becoming evermore 
widespread In state government 
becaiise of the present 
structure. 

SJR 132 Is an effort to put a 
stop to this waste In Idaho, he 
-laaid-JJIe resolution was drafted 
by a legislative committee of 
five Republicans headed ^by 
Rep. Ray Lincoln, Twjn Falls, 



limit the number of government 
agencies to no more than 20 by 
Jan. 1, 1975. At present.' 268 
agencies exist because of' the . 
practice of creating- new 
agencies to handle special 

p ro bl e i i ia. ■ 

Welch saJd-if-&HH32iJasse3.- 
it would establish a 



constitutional amendment 
which would actually 
strengthen . the Idaho 
Constitution by putting strict 
limits on the legislature. 

"SJR 132 Is a demand by the 
people of Idaho- to their 
legislators to stop the spiraling ' 
growth of.jgovenunent," Welch 
aaidr- ' " , 

f H^sald ifo plan has been pUt ' 
together at present for 



coats,- 

In 1948 
legislatures 





Demo fete 
set tonight 



two-thirds funding of costs over 

tioo.ooo: 

, Welch said when Montana 
reorganized the structure of Jts 
state government,, the state 
pfid for the cost in the first 
month an d a half ii \ savings o f 



and 
spei^t 



.l?65..t.he 
a total of 



reorganization. SJR 132 is Just a--»g«inst-it. 
way for Idahoans to require the" 
legislature to reorganize the 
government structure by 197$. 

If the people of Idaho pass the 
resolution, a planning 
committee will be formed to. 
reorganize the structure, Welch 
said. 

"It will cost-money-lo-eome 



1100,000 for three years of study 
on reorganization and came up 
with nothing, he said. ■ 

Before this year, the 
legislature has spent tax money 
before aslcing the people, Welch 
said. 

The last session of the Idaho 
Legislature overwhelmingly 
"endorsed the proposal with only 
nine of 105 legislators voting 



Joe Welch explains executive reorganixalipn 



Library district 



FAIRFIELD - Forrnation of 
a library district for all of 
Camas County was authorized 
Thursday by the Camas County 
Commission. 

A five-member JtiQard^ of 
trustees, to direct library*' plans 
and management, was 
appointed by the com-- 
mlssloners. Mrs. Phil Bracken- 
bury was named chairman 
-of- the —board and— other - 
members Include Marvin 
France, Mrs. Doran Quer, Mrs. 
LeRoy PaqWvam and Mrs. Jack 
Exon. 

Arl^n Call, Twin Falls, 
regional librarian, said the 
district plans call for 
establishing a library in 
Fairfield. He said a trailer van ' 
has been made avallale and is to 
be set on a foundation on a 
landscaped lot -in the town to 
provide housing , for the hbrary — 
collection.. 

Under the district plan, 
Camas County will be eligible 
for all regional library services 
including bookmobile service to 
outlying areas. 

Commissioners acted to 
create the district Thursday 
afternoon following a 
Wednesday night public hearing 
.in_ which no protests were 
lieard. 

The only other library 
serviced in the county consist of 
the high school library's limited 



an option of purchasing their 
own boqksior permanent use or 
obtaining them through regional 
services. ■ 

State law allows a levy of up 
to two milss for library district 
funding. No levy has Ijeen set 
for the new district, Call said, 
but commissioners indicate it 
will be under one milL 

About 30 persons attended the 



Welch said this is not the first 
time state government in Idaho 
has been reorganized. In 1919, 
with only 56 agencies In 
existence, Idaho was one of the 
first states to ciiedc -undue 
growth. 

However, he said no limit was 
placed on future expansion. The 
result is the present 268 agency 
structure with nothing to 
prevent ' the number from 
mushrooming even further, he 
said. ' ' — 

SJR 132 would limit the 

number-of ag«ncles to 20. 

"If SJR 132 fails in 
November, we can expect to see 
more hioney spent and less 
service rendered, " he said. 
,_Wel(;Ji emphasized the fact 
the proposal was not one of Gov . 
(Jecil D. Andrus,' the 
Democrats or Republicans of 
the state, but a bi-partisan 
effort. 

He said it is not a new idea in 
the United States. Thirty-seven 
states have already gone 



Blfiine 
Camas 
Cassia 
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Gooding 
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Mtlildoka 
Twin Fails 



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Valley 



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^ TWIN FAV tS-=Si a. muA CBlUtCfl Mtd Go^ : — — 

CecU D. Atadnu wUl be the featured speakers • 

toiUght at a 'TwJn Falls_Deiiiocratlc campajpi,-^- . 

.. dthner. ' 

The event, schcdifled to bejf^ at the VUIU»y 
Inn at 8 p.m., has a.lso attracted other tq> state 
Democratic olHqIals, as well as the cudidatei 

foi--tfae^B;coadfcongi«sstimirittltrtEI^~Winii 

La'iflow. " 

A cocktail houB win precede the dtuner at 7 
p.m. 

Other elected officials scheduled to be ptesent. . 
at the dhiher are Attorney General W. Anthov^ 
(Tony) Park and State Auditor Joe WUlianb. 

< la addition, U w local lc{[lfla t lv« - aiuI. ee uB ^yr-ri-T- 

CTajijutCT ^ e x pec t ed t d appear: = 

Highway Work 
nears finish 



SHOSHONE - Progress on 
highway projects in the second 
district, Idaho Department of 
Highways, shows work is nearly 
complete on the latest 
Interstate BON section. 

Crews are currently installing 
signs and guard rails on the 
newly completed area between 
Tuttle and Wendell, Howard 
Johnson, district engineer, said. 

In the Burley and Rupert 
area, the contractor Is installing 
pipe, drilling and blasting rock ' 
and constructing- the 
southbound lane of the Cotterel 
to Sweetzer section of I80N. 
A new railroad underpass on 



and blasting rock on the 
roadway jjortion and 
constructing' a temporary 
railroad detour. j 
New projects la the district 
this month include construction 
of "a hew roadway on-^State 
Iflghway 24, west of Khnama. 
contractor is Western 
Construction Co., Boise, and the 
contract amount is $538,601 for 
6.11 miles. 

Another new project involves 
structures on I80N including a 
concrete overpass, concrete 
bridge over Raft River and 
related work on the section'Of 
interstate betweenIRS Salt 



Agnew's visit 
major MV event 



public hearing-Wednesday pi^»t — t hro u gh n rdfi-gnB tgattoft-,— hfc- 
an'd all spoke in favor of said. 

Using Montana as an 
example, Welch said 71 per cent 
of that state's voters voted for 
reorganization. He said after the 
change was made, 161 agencies 
were consoUdated into 19. They 
have repor'.ed a- $2 million a 
year tax saving, Welch said 



forming a lil)rary. district. 

Call said the Camas County 
district is one of the few in the 
state to cover an entire county. 
Lon Baldwin, county 
commission chairman, 
announced the Ixiard's decision 
to go ahead with the district. 

Attorney 



TWIN FALLS - "Vice 
President Agnew's visit in Twin 
Falls on Veteran's Day Is — the 
largest political event to ever 

Doug Kramer, chairman of 
the event, made this statement 
while speaking to the Twin Falls 
Republican Central Conunittee 
Wednesday night. Agnew fls 
expected to speak at the CSl 
Gymnasium Monday night at 
7:30p.m., according to Kramer. 



"I am overwhelmed at the 
response of people throughout 
Magic Valley concerning this 
evertt," he said. 

-t+»e 

arrangement committee are 
Cfiarles Brumbach, George 
Detweiler, Ken Arrington, Elsa 
Ullman, James ■ Strtclaff, 
William -Chancey, Bill 
Satterfleld, Richard Reed, 
Charles Lunte, David Mead and. 
Laird Nob. 



JEROME - Elza Hall, 
Republican candidate for 
Jerome County sheriff, assured 
voters that he will cooperate 
with ■ local law enforcement 
units and state agencies if he Is 
elected. 

H alLaUo ple ileed fie will work 
ifor all the peopTe* of Jerome 
County, particularly (he young 

P^.le.oXtheWw- .• _-t3rfir . tv,g f„t g"9^^ bridge the »^.230 contract, Johnson 
- -nie candidatfe said hat his ^^^^^^ snlke River. 'The said, 
p ans for the office include Uie contractor is presently drilling .. 
hiring of a fulltime deputy for • , - . = 

..fJhe east end of the county to 
serve the Sden-Hazelton area. 

He also wants to hire* a 
woman for the Jerome office to 
serve as dispatcher. 



-IBON-is-being-eons truct e d n ear — Lake-in t e rchang e and Sg ee Sier .~ 
King Hill, Work in progress WeyherOonsbrucUon Co„Satt. 
Includes the east abutinent fill Lake.jCity, has been awarded 



RUPERT - Don Chisholm, 
local attorney, Thursday spoke 
to the Rupert Chamber of 
Commerce members on the 
Federal Consumer Credit 
JReportlng Act during regular 
luncheon meeting. 

Chisholm — discussed-- the- 
various areas of the credit 
reporting act and its uses for the 
businessman and the consumer. 



'The legislation is a good 
piece of legislation," according 
^' iPor th e co nsum e r 



collection. This will also receive 
re gi onal — e x ch a n ge— Ul>r.ary- - t o Chishol m 
supplies and research material knows why credit has been 
through the regional program, refused and I can see no harm to 

Call.said. . -the — businessman," said 

The Camas district will have Chisholm. 



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Testhmoii^ under 
dUvisement in TF 



TWINFALLS - JudgeDaniel 
Meehl, Twin Falls County 
Magistrate Court, has taken 
testimony under advisement 
following a preliminary hearing 
for Virginia Griggs. 

She is cfiargeff with obtaining 
money under false pretenses |n 
connection with total disability 
payments fro m the De partment 
of Social 4p3 Rehabilitation 
Services and at the same time 
earning a salary from two. 




employers. 

Judge Meehl asked the 
prosecution and defense 
attorney Monte Carlson to 
submit briefs and he then wiU 
decide if Miss Griggs is to be 
bound over to district court for 
further action. . Sha was also 
known as Ginger Worley to her 
employers. 

Judge Meehl bound Sharon 
Moseley, Twin Falls, over to 
district court on forgery 
charges and set a preliminary 
hearing for Oct. 2't at 11 ajn. for 
flay Hamby, 54, Twin Falls. 
He is charged with burglary of 
the Tanner Jewelry this 



sununer. Hanby is in the county 
Jail in lieu of $S,'000 bond. 

On Oct. 26, . a preliminary 
hearing will be "lield-for John 
Morgan, 18,-,Twin Falls, and 
Dennis Parker,22, Rupert, on 
charges of burglary involving 
thefts from a pickup truck. 

Rogert Torkelson, 30, Buhl, 
will have a prelim ljiary hearing 
on charges of driving while 
intoxicated. The hearing begins 
at 10 a.nu Nov. 



Hall explained that if elected 
hewUl budget for one more man_ 
'and a car soTRaTflRere "wflT^ a 
lawman on call every weiekend. 

He also assured voters that he 
will operate the sheriff's office 
as economically as possible. 

Hall was bom in 192S at West 
Plains, Mo., and attended' 
- school in that state. 

H^ spent more than two years 
in the field artillery during 
World War II and after leaving 
the service came to Buhl. He 
married the former Virginia- 
Martin in 1947 and they have 
one daughter. ' 

Hall farmed and had a 
trucking business in Buhl until 
1961 when he Joined the Buhl 
Police Department — a post he 
held for two years. 

He then moved to Jerome and 
served as captain of the 
Jerome Police Department and 
served in this capacity until 
1968. 

— He is prBsently amplnyed at. 
Ida Gem Dairymen, bK(t 



State evaluates 
Salmort school 



SALMON - 
involve the 
identifying 
community 
programs the 



"'If schools will 
cofhmunity in 
problems the 
will fund the. 



determining Just exactly what 
their schools should be." 

Rist was one of a team of 
Idaho Department of Education 



Ft^ncis Rist, Boise, said here 
Wednesday. 

"If we say out in the open we 
iiave problems, if we say what 
we are doing about it, and that 
we need your help then the 
public generally will 
imderstand," Bist» director of 
secondary education in .Idaho, 

said. _ 

The officiaf,' wBo came here to 
participate in an evaluation of 
Salmon High School, said "we 
try to get school districts to 
involve their public in 



schools need, 'J — officials and e(hicators fir^m 



Extern Idaho eraluating the 
Salmon High School edueanonal 
offering and fadlities this week. 

"We feel if lnstead of hiding 
prpblenos schools have to try to 
get praUenis out In the open, to~- 
understand them and thus get 
better service from the public," 
he said. _ 

Kist saTd some schools in~Die 
state are forging ahead in new 
areas while others are doing the 
same things they have done the ° 
past 75 years. 



Moorfe planht work 
contract awarded 



A hearing has been set for 
Nov. 1 at '11 a.m. fpr Connie 
Eldredge, 21 , Twin Falls, on a 
check charge. Another hearing 
is planned for Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. 
for Marvin L. Anderson, Twin 
Falls, also facing a check 
charge. 



Attend m^et 

TWIN FALLS - City 
Manager Jean Milar was in 
Boise today to attend Idaho 
Intercom '72, an annual 
meeting of representatives of 
state, federal and city agencies. 



JEROME - Construction of 
the main plant nf Moore 



finished sometime early next 
spring, Rowland said. He said it 



Filer school 
tours inJTF 

TWIN FALI^ - All seventh 
and fourth graders of the Filer 
school toured the Twin Falls 
County courthouse Thursday. 

Ix)uise Webster, county 
commissioner secretary, 
directed the tour of the two 
county buildings including the 
district court chamtwrs, county 
offices and Jail area. 

Accompanying the students 
were Kay Jones and Uoyd 
Garey, -teachers, and teacher 
aides. 



Business^omra at Jerome will 
begin "as soon as possible," a 
company official . said 

George Rowland, assistant 
production manager, Oakland, 
Calif., said a contract of about 
$700,000 has been let to Mitchell 
Construction Co., Pocatello, for 
the project. 

The company has been doing 
the basic groundwork on the 
facility. 

Rowland said the 
'construction work will start as 
rapidly as the company can get 
organized. 

He said the preliminary work 
is on schedule. The plant will be 



is difficult to set an exact date 
because of the many variables 
affecting the rate of work, 
particularly the weather. 

The plant is being built 
southwest of Jerome. 

Concert set 

GOODING — An October 
swing concert is being planned 
by the Gooding High School 
Swing Choir and Jazz Band. 

The concert is set for 7:30 
pjn. Oct. 30 in the multi- 
purpose room of Gooding High 
School. Tickets will be available 
at the door and the public' is 
Invited. 



100 back Demo at Rupert fete 



Project 
starts 



GROUND WAS broken Thnisday 90 the low 
cost s en io r clttzcns hooshig project tai WendeO. 
Offidatiiig were, from left, Charles Freeman, 
Hooibig Anthorfty board; Oyde Peterson, 
rh a lrm a n of the Wendell Honsiiig Anthortty, 
and Phfl Becker, member of the hoaid of the 
hoaabic anthortty. > 



By DAVID HORSMAN 
Timet-Newi writer 

RUPERT - Nearly 100 
Democrats attended a 
"Whlttom for Senator"' fund 
raising dinner at the Rupert 
Elks Lodge Thursday evening. 

With Jake Hodge, progthm 
engbieer at Burley'a KBAR 
radio station, as master of 
ceremonies, many state and 
tocal Democratic leaders Wfere 
introduced and gave their 
endorsement to W. F. (Bill) 
Whlttom, district 31 Senate 
candidate. 

Most prominent among the 
guest qteakers' was longttane 
State Auditor Joe R. WUUams. 
hi his preface, WUllanls lauded 
the candidacy of William E. 
(Bud) Davis for the U.jS. Senate 
and critized the l^gtsTative 
stance taken by Davia' 
opponent James McClure. 

JlcCIufe. according to 



Williams, had supiported a Joint 
resolution calling , for 
elimination of several 
government agencies, Including 
the Department of AgridSlive', 
the Bonneville Power 
Administration and the Atomic 
Gnergy Commission. 

WUUams also attacked the - 
"conflicting interests"- and 
committee actions of Whlttom 's 
bicumbent opponent,. Sen. John 
Peavey. 

Peavey was a leader in the 
recent Senat« Finance-House 
Appropriations Committee 
investigation of computer 
leasing methods tised by the 
state, especially by the 
auditor's office and thi Idaho 
Highway Department. 

Admitting that compntGr bids 
were called for by the auditor's 
office In a manner that favo;;ed 
inn, Williams said the action 
"iras necAspary "to protect the ' 



state's Interests." 

"It would cost the state from 
$500,000 to ^,000 to switch 
compufer ' systems ( from 
IBM)," he said. 

Referring to his men^rship 
on the Idaho Land Commission, 
Williams said the. Republican 
dominated legislature has not 
appropriated enough money fOr 
a re-«ppraisal of state lands. 

He tied in a "confUct of 
interests" charge against the 
district 21 seAatsf 7 noting that 
jBsavey leases several thousand 
acrerpf state land for grazing 
purposes and pays fees of five to 
nine cents -per acre. A re- 
appraisal of land values would 
raise the fees, according to 
\^.«ns, and provide more 
state revenue. 

State Treasurer Marjorle 
. Roth Moon also lambasted the 
Republican legislature for 
stymieing the efforts ot Gov. 



Cecil Andrus. "We need 
legislators like Bill Whlttom to 
put state government back on 
the track toward ih€ people's 
betterment," she said. 

Miss Moon said the Senate 
Finance-House Appropriations 
Committee had criticized her 
for not maUra more money 
through state lnv<Mtmenta,.but_ 
had refused to pass - laws 
j>ermitti|ig her a wider 
■ ivestment- field. -r- 

Whittom's rural 'iq>faringing 
was highlighted, by Don 
Carpenter, an Idaho 
Department of Educatio^.^ 
official and the Democratic 
contender's former school 
superintendent. 

Carpenter spere^hifleny"' 
stressbig Whittom's life oa a 
"family (arm" In .Pajretta 
Cbnnty as esatntisl to a '."poopla 
orlented'riegialatar. , ^„ 



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14. T|mM-N*wt. Twin Fallijiildwho ^Friday. October 20. 1972 



Korean m f !&r help 



TWIN FALLS — An appeal Father TJyeng^helps as mtiCh aa^ 
t of h e lp has be ei i a e nt tht^h e can but th e r e arc ina 



. Tlmes-Newa by Father Joseph 
K,l^y|Big. St. ^ul's giurdi in 
nPiuaiir^ICbrea .for~a Korean 
mother and h«r four children. 
-Father TJyeng tranalat«d the 



othei^ needing hlshelp^alao^ Sie. 
must pay |S per ihonth In rent 
"MnJTWoo inurbeen tqltt^i ' 
the operation and medicine she 
needs wUI cost $300, a sum she 



lette^froro4>»g^-WooJCyongnlk, napnot afford. 

"nT iwfft flwimn - Sh" mid- that. ILatHLJiadj a 



parent to (me (KtB^^^mjr^fow Ineri^ilile^tQ-reciunmaid her 

m imti^ ttoB* htm nwt A ii tkm 

mM^v«M~MaavaaHwif av> CUIU UK* 

children's neeils. They live 
under sub-buman conditions 
due to too-severe trials, and to 
me it would be a sin to dt and do 
nothing to relieve this humao 
misery." 



"In closing," she said, 
pray thfit prosperity will.be 
it to your works and we 
shall be able to Eiear from- you 
and your people." 

Fattier Tly^ i" a "ote below 
Mn^ Woo's letter said "I find it 



being-"inipqHte-w>th-tWg-lettet-^wtng^machln e an d som e 



to you"i in aoidng for help. 

inie woman is the inother of ' 
four fatherless children. Her 
husband left the family about 
two yetrs ago.. 

Evett though she is seriously 
m, «he hand sews clothing in an 



materials to iM>rk with she 
ooaia earn up to t3 per day, 
enough for the family to live and 
possibly enabling her to save' 
some fbr medical expenses. 

Mrs. Woo said "I am longing 
for juviiig generous 



attempt to feed-hler-aili a rfe n. who w ill b e Mnd enough to ^ve 

'/'Sie says her earnings, about any materials or financial 

one' dollar per d^y, will feed contribution for our dire needs 

only two of the chllo-en and that and perhaps become the foster 

Projects planned 



GOODING — ProjecU for the 

coming months were planned 

Wednesday evening when 

men)bers of the ' Lutheran 

Women's Missionary League 

met In the iiasement of Calvary 

Lutheran church, Goodingl 
Mrs. ' Kurt Westendorf, 

charity ' guild . chairman,' 'will 
. mail a box of used clothing to 

the. Navajo -Indian Mission in 

New Mexico with other |3oxes to 

be* mailed as more clothing Is 

collected. . „ 
Funds will be collected this 

month to help fuhiish a Gted 

Shepherd . Hom^ near 

completion at Cornelius, Ore., 

by donations added tor a gift 

envelope passed from one- 
member to another. Greeil 

stampsr aiWj B e tty. Cr o cfcer 

coupons will be brought to the 

November meeting and sent to 

ihe Good Shepherd Home in 

Terra Bella, Calif., to help 

purchase three buses for use at 

the home in California .and the 
' home in Oregon. 

Mpsi William LeFurg^y, 

delegate, and:Mra. Jerry Nells, 

alternate, bave been named to 

attend thp LWMLTntemaHonff "frttowtngctrarchse^^ 

Oonyentlon at MpbHerAla., in — 

July, 1973. They will represent 
- this ■ dist rict. -A report W» read- 

o{ the raUy held Oct. 1 In. 

Rupert. 
A Christian growth workshop 

was announced for Nov.' 6 at 



RedeeQier Lutheran Church, 
Kimberly. The theme Is "Look 
at These Doors" and 
registratlpn wiU bfegin at 8^30 
ajn.JMGiie HalUnan Medex will 
be the speaker. 

Mrs. Harold Mays and Mrs. 
Westendorf were, named 
nominating committee by Mrs. 
Ek-vin Braun, president, who 
conducted the meeting. Officers 
to be elected In November are 
president,, vice president, 
secretary and CSvlstlan growth 
chairman .- 

'Mrs. Westendorf read the 
secretary report and Mrs. Mays 
gav6'the treasurer's report and 
special fund from the gift shop 
report. Occasional greeting 
cards and Christmas cards will 
.l>e. -ordered— this week, for 
purchase by anyone: ' Mrs. 
Virginia 'Bauder, a guest, was 
accepted as a 'new member. 
. Mrs. LeFurgey, Christian 
growth 'chairman, gave the 
topic the Holy Spirit taken from 
the October Quarterly. An 
October quarterly featuring 
LMLW achievements and 
activities was glviin to each lady 
.1.-; 

The occasion was the 2Sth 
anniversary of the' national 
ffrganlnatlon and r ft^ 
its w^rk Is noted annually on the 
first Sunday In October. 

Mrs. Martin Reinke ' w&s 
hostess. 



CHURCHES 

Castlef ord plans 
harvest festival . 

CASTLEFORD — The-amraal ' supervises the village school in 
harvest festival will be Sunday Namlet, Thailand. He has 
at the First Bapn&t~~C3nis%h, established an agricultural 



Castlef ord. 
... Chief benefactors from this 
year's festival will be the 
Protestant Student Center of the 
Intermountain Indian School'In 
Brlgham City, Utah; the 
. American Baptist Seminary of 
the Westv the American Bible 
Society, and the American 
Leprosy Mission which carries 
on a program of treatment and 
control In 26 counties with 
additional .vocational and 
evangelistic ministries. 

Rev. Rupert Nelson, 
missionary from Thailand, will 
be guest speaker at the harvest 
festival. He serves as an 
agricultural specialist and 



-ezpeFiment.«tatkm.-4n-whicfa he- 
introduces farmers to a. better/ 
pwtety- of -crops and 'livestock. 
*■ He will speak at the 11 ajn.. 
-worship service and at the ' 
.festival program in the 
'afternoon. A poUuck dinner will 
b^ held following the morning 
service and former mefnbers 
and friends will be special 
' guests. 

Others participating in the 
festival program will be Mr. 
and Mrs. Jim LaGrone, Mrs. 
Alan. Pierce. Mrs: William 
Fultz, Mrs.- Larry Lammers, 
Mrs. Michael MUler, Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Wells. Mrs. VirgU 
Reev(;s and Jennings Pierce. 

/ 



Church briefs 



. TWIN FALLS - ."When I 
awake, I am still with thee", a 
verse from Psahns, Is IhcludeU 
in the lesson sermon on- - the 
.subject "Probation After 
Death," scheduled for 11 ajn. 
SuridiBy at the Qirlsilan Science 
Church. 



of MMBERtV — TheKiraberly-a-iiBackwir 



a.m. A^pblTuck dinner will, be 
served 'at noon. Rev. Richard 
Scholz, pastor of St. John's 
Lutheran Church, Buhl, will be 
speaker for the 2:30 p.m. 
service. J ' " . 

FILER — The Clover 
Christian Couple's Club hosted 



Filer LWIVTL meets 



CLOVER - Mrs. David Luti 
presented the opening 
devotional -service to the Qover 
Lutheran Women's Missionary 
League (LWML) In the school. 

Guests were Mrs. Lester 
Geron— and Mrs, Charles 
Giddings. 

Hie LWML fall workshop will 
be held next month In Kimberly. 
(Members reported on the recent 
^ne rally at Rupert. 
' A used clothing and bedding 
^drive Is being conducted this 
jnonth for- World ReUef -and 
articles may be left in the school 
basement. .Members 
were reminded to save stamps 
--for missions. 

The foreign missions and 
world affairs conunlttee will be 

" In Charge of a mission fair at me 
Nov. 5 mission Sunday at the 
church. Committees were 
appointed with group 1, Mrs. 
Walter Kaster, chairman, to be 
in charge of the kitchen; group 

2, Mrs. Raymond Ohlensehlen, 
chairman, clean-up, and group 

3, Mrs. Elmer Schroed^r, 



Methodist Church will hold its 
annual turkey dinner 
Wednesday. Serving will begin 
at S pjn. 

FILER - The Clover 
l.,utheran Schdol was dismissed 
Wednesday and Thursday while 
teachers attended a pastor- 
teachers conference In Seattle, 
Wash. - ■ 



FILER - Peace Lutheran 
Churc.^^11 observe its annual 
'Mission FesUval Sunday.. Thc-ieature of the raUy. 
morning service will be at 10:30 

Buhl group meets 



chairman, decorating and 
putting up tables . 

Mrs. Wayne Jagels, Mrs. 
Ohlensehlen. ' Mrs. James 
Horton, i\^s. Orval Reinke and 
Mrs. Kaster will- serve .on the 
nominating conunlttee. 

Special projects group 3. 
under the direction of Mrs. 
Robert Schroeder, reported 
sending a donation to the 
National Bible Society. 

UWML Sunday was observed 
Oct. t with a spepial service at 
the church. -Mrs. G*ry 
Schroeder was organist and 
Mrs. William Rupprecht 
directed the chou-. Mrs. Eugene 
Schroeder -made the— church 
banner, 

Mrs. Martin Kniep presented 
u UuoK r eview on "C hie f Red 
Fox." Mrs. Hugo Meyer was in Falls 
charge of the closing service. The St John's ladles will 
Mrs. Edwin Uerman and Mrs. provide a luncheon for the 
David I.utz served... residents of lincoln Court on 
refreshments. Mrs. Kaster and Nov. 16 Anyone wishing to 
Mrs. T. D. Johnson were donate food or money or assist 



Clover school. Young couples 
from Peace Lutheran Chiirch 
were guests. Games were 
played and refres^imcnts 

served. 

EDEN - Trinity Lutheran 
Church. Eden, hosted a Walther 
League' raUy using the theme 
"The Church — The Body of 
Christ." Leagues from Magic 
Valley towns attended the 
meeting.' A Bible 
Book of Ephesians was a 



BUHl. - Mrs. Harlan 
Schmeckpeper gave o p e n ing 
devotions when St. John's 
Women's Federation met. 

The topic was presented by 
Mr«. Karl Werth. Buhl, who 
spoke on her work as a 
technician at the Child 
ecvHlopi 



R. J. Scholz. 
— A-Qirislian Brnwlh workshop— I 
is scheduled for 8: 30 ajn. Nov. 6 
at Redeemer l.ulheran Church. 
Kimberly. It was reported that 
"Connie_Day" will be observed 
sometime after Christmas. 
A "chrisOTon" work party is 



members-at-large . 



Topic presented 



FILER - Rev. T. D, Johnston 
presented the topic on Martin 
Luther and the Reformation to 
Peace Lutheran Women's 
Missionary League mem.bers at 
the October meeting! 

Mrs. Johnston assisted in the 
topic presentation at the church 
using the theme "Serve the 
Word with Gladness." A 
number of hymns were sung 
during the service. 



The Lutheran l.aymen's 
League js sponsoring a special 
Reformation sefvice Oct. 29 in 
the College of Southern Idaho 
An LWML workshop will lie 
held at 9 a.m. Nov. 6 in the 
Kimberly Lutheran Church. 

The Peace Lutheran Mission 
Sunday will be observed Oct . 22 
with food and decorations this 
year to feature the countries of 
India and Germany. 



LDS speaker n;^ined 



TWIN FALLS - Elder Henry 
D. Taylor, assistant to the 
.Oauncil of Twelve , will speak at 
the Twin Falls West Stake 
Conference • Saturday and 
Sundoyi 

~~ The conference session will be 
at to Bjn. Simoay at the 
Maurice Street Stakehouse. 



Stake president Joel A. Tate 
says visitors are welconw. 

Elder Taylor has served 13- 
years as managing director of 
the Mormon Welfare program 
and was called as assistant to 
the Council of Twelve in April of 
1958 when he was president of 
the California Mission. 



with the servinK is asked to 
contact Mrs. Ted Behm or Mrs. 

!\azarene 
open hoifse set 

TWIN FALI.S - An open 
house will tie held Sunday in the 
Church of the Nazarene during 
which parents and friends may 
visit various departments of 
Sunday school. 

Morning worship begins a 
9:4S ajn. In the sanctuary with 
spttrial music and program 
items. 

At 11 ajn. parents will visit 
the Sunday school classes for a 
brief time and will then go to 
the ' fellowship half for 
refreshmeids. A special gift will 
Ik given each person attending 

Sunday night the caravan 
group will hold a round up 
program in Hie sanctuary. This 
will be followed by the evening 
"hour of joy." 



i w inursaey' aF 

the church basement. 

Members were urged to save 
commemorative postage 
stamps for mission projects. 
Mrs Vic Rohlfing reported on 
the zone r^illy in Rupert. 

Mrs Neil Stiegemeir and 
Mrs Don Schroeder served 
refreshments. Mrs. Schroeder 
gave the closing devotions. 



Anyon« int*T«tl«d in tlorling 
o full getp«l butin«ttm*n t 
failowthip inl»rnati6pal 
chopl«r 

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First Christian Church 

601 Shothon* SI North 
RAY JONES. MINISTER 



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Baptist speakers named 



TWIN FALLS - Mr. and Mm. 
Larry Thomhurg will be guest 
speakers at th$ Grace Baptist 
Ciiurch at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. 

Mrs. and Mrs. TTioraburg are 



missionary appointees to Spain 
under the . Association . of 
Baptists for Worid Evangelism. 

Pastor Robert Seaman and 
his congregation invite the. 
public to hear their talk. 




SUNDAY: 

Sun School 9 45 A M 

Worthip n 00 A M 

Youth MMting 6.30 P M 

Go<p«l Hour 7 30 P M 

Tw,n Falli' FULl GOSPEl CHURCH .,fh m.n.i 
try , to youth & fomiFy Pentetoifo' fnmtofion. 
ipirttuol Mitt.or,or-y programmad The church of 
"REVIAITIME" and C M Word heard a«*r 
KTFI 1 270 ICC Sunday ot ^ 00 A M 

Call 733-S733 sr 733 ',<P49 
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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

N. locu«t 4 Shoup Ave. E. ^ Twin Falls, Idaho 



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-WASHINGTON fUPD^-. A fcurrent le^elTthrough most of 

government survey ic'»ased the remainder of 1972. 

this' week Indicates consusers , HoWever, a siirveyjssued this 

may find fetall beef prices on 1 Wk aftpr thp ■■^it^iptinn" 



December and 
months of 1973, Agriculture 
Department experts believe. 

Department economists, in a 
new issue of their ,''livestoclt 
and meat situation" report, 
said beef cattle prices arp not 



d,-4n— late— Wwlysis-was- writtenr-ahowed- 
the early the number of cattle moved 
into feedlots in Jdy-September 
to begin ifattenlng for market 
wag rto*n 2 per cent from a' 
yeai- earlier. Previously, ex- 
perts had expected an increase 
in the fi g ure , wh i ch c o ver s 2 3 



tx>htinue -above ye&r-ago levels 
in the winter mShths. 

"Now it looks like marketings 
in the winter will he about the 



expected to move -mucfr from major producing states. 



-same — as — last- — yean 
consumer demand as strong 
it is, we think prices will begin 
going up again by late fall or 
early winter," one specialist 
said. 

Cattl,e prices,' which had 
reanheih rft^ord!. levels earlier 



Planning 

efforts 

outtined 

SHOSriONE - The purpose of 
a county planning and zoning 
commtsslbn is to provide an 
overall plan to protect what you 
have to allow you to develop it 
as you want, saj^d Severt 
(Swede) Sjvenson,^ Gooding 
lawyer. 

" He spoke at the annual dinner 
of the Uncoln County, Farm 
Bureau, at the Manhattan Cafe. 
The speaker., who is a member 
of the Gooding County 
Commission, noted that few 
people have any knowledge of 
the detailed work involved in 
the commission's 



Experts said thet decrease in 
feedlot Dlacements did not 
shake {Kelr forecast that the 
number of cattle moving out to 
slaughterhouses from October 
through December would be 5 
to 8 per cent above a year 
earlier. It has, however, forced 
a change in the earlier 'belief 
that slaughter figures would 



this year, declined in late July 
aiiarearly August; and retail 
beef prices belatedly followed 
in August and , September. A 
department economist said he 
would not expebt much more 
decline in retail prices through 
fall in view of thp current 
expectation for little change in 
cajttle prices. 




l^tudents^remain 



Fridjiy, t^ober 20, 1972 Tlme»-News, Twin Falls, Idaho i$ 

Idaho Falls markets 



TPiome for har ve^st 



KEALAKRKllA, Hawaii ( IIPI) — ly^^a rly 



1,000 chUdren refused to go to school Wednesday 
when the school year was changed io stop them 
helping their parents hiarvest coffee beans on 
the K(ina Coast. 
-^^Bly ISO out of a student body of 1,230 showed 
up at Konawaena Intermediate and High School 
on ibe Island of Hawaii. 
' Siudenis Bad been on a thr^uarter g«-heduli> 



IDAHO FALLS - In the Bale Btdls, 42.U(H7.00; vMd calves, 
of, 6,500 sheep, all classes wece Ip.OO-H.OO; good feeder sUwrs, 
-aUad y a t this w« >o fc'o - Id ah o 3 7 .0 0> 39.0Of-^nM!divm-te»de 



livestock Auction sale 
. Choice fat Iambs, Z7.5O-2t;S0; 
light -feeder lambs, 27.0D-28.00; 
heavy feeder lanibs, 28.00-27.50; 
odd ruff feeder lambs, 26.0d and 
■ down; ^ight fat ewes, 6.50-7.2S; 
camier ewes and buck?, 3.00- 



stiBeFs,^4.00T36;B0f2Hol8teilh:; 
steersV 38.00-41.50; good ^edfig 
heifers, 3S:0O-38.ob;'*weiUuiir 
feeding heffers. 24:m;2«;00;^ 
feedhig cows, 48.00^.00; stock 
.steer calves, 44.00-49.00; -stock 
heifer calves, 37.0042.00. 



until this ttall so they could help out on the small, 
family-owned farms. 

Tbe students failed to stop the change' with a 
law suit, a plea to state and union officials and a 
one-day walkout $£pt. 26. 



6.50; good mouth^we8,-41<00- — Officials-of-Idaho^Jvestoc;] 
12.00; young ewes 20^00-30.00. . Auction said there will- be 



With an estimated 175 hogs special calf sale Saturday 

sold, extrenie top 27.75; bulk '. — - ^, • 

,210-^ lbs., 27.25-27.75 ; 220-240 
lbs., 27.25-27.75 ; 240-260 lbs., 
26.25-27.25 ; 260-280 lbs., 25.25- 
26.00; 280-300 lbs., 24.25 to iS^K); 



L" 



Beari prices told 



S*ws linltter sou lbs.,' 23.80; 300- Etitannica 



Botanically, the tomato is a 
fruit but the -U.S. Supreme 
Court hi 1893 classified, it as a 
vegetable, says gnCydopaedia 



Big spud 



Farm 



FOUR-POUND potato 
measuring 9 inches — \ob% ts 
displayed by ^cotf O'Mella of 
Twin Falls. The huge spud 
came fcpm the farm of 
O'Mellg's employer, . Gene 
< Davis, near Rogerson. ' 



TF livestock 



-obt«tned=4«eltides 
serial, land and. soil maps and 
maps showing the looation of 
ever;^ town, business, industry, 
residence, highway, police 
station, fire station, park, 
recreation area, farm and other 
features. 

From this is drawn plans for 
future expansion, always being 
careful to^ake wise use 6X land 
'through'out"~the county, to 
prevent a mixtixre of farm and_ 
non-Tarm use and to progress 

acceptance of the plan is 
necessary before commission 
members can form a zoning v, 
ordinance to follow. For the 
preservation, protection and 
development of the county area, 
Swenson said. 

Robert Sexton, Jerome, was 
master of ceremonies for the 

. occasion, Glenn Sorensen, 
Dietrich, gave the invocation 
preceding the dinner, Melvin 
Webb provided entertainment, 
Arranements for the event were 
made by Mrs. Ward Mills, 
county women's chairman, and 
Mrs. "Krvln Braun.. county _ 
secretary. 

Special guests were Monroe 
Hdys, Filer, and Ed Gunning, 
Wendell, Slate Farm Bureau 
board members, and their 
wives; Roy Hubert, Shoshone 
Chamber of Commerce 
president, and Mrs, Hubert ;i 
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker of 

■ thp,l.,incoln CoUnty Journal. 

Outstanding Farm Bureau 
workers_ in Lincoln County 

'rec'opiized wer'e^Eil Vmsanr, 
insurance agent, and Mrs. 
Braun. 



TWIN FAIJ.S -, Commercial 43.40; conmion heifers, 28.00- 
cows. and bulls were stejidy with 34. 50ij .steer calves, 52.50-65.00; 
talk, .-^ejlersteers and heifers ste-idy —comon quality steer calves, 



STOCKTON, Calif. - Dealer- 
shipper dry edible bean selling 
prices tiave been released 1)y 
tlie California Department of 
Agriculture. 

Prices are quoted with 
comparison to a year ego for 
beans comparable to U. S. No. 1 
FOB country warehouses. 

Livestock 

OMAHA ( UPI )— livestock : 
Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts, 
50-1.00 lower, mostly 50-?S-off,* 
although some early sales 290- 
300 Itis steady to 25 lower; 1-3 
195-230 lbs 28.00-28.50 ; 230-240 lbs 
27.75 to largely .28.00; some un- 
even weight 27.50^27.75; 240-250 
lbs 27.50-28.00 ; 2-3 250-275 lbs 
26175-27.75 ; 2-4 275-300 -His 26.25- 



and ralves 
lower at 



weak to 30 ^ents 

the Twin. Falls 
livestock Commission Co.' sale 
Wednesday. 

Good to high choice steers, 
32.50-35.00; standard to low 
good, 31.00-33.50; utility steers, 
28.00-32.00; fed Holstein steers, 
29.50-32.50; good to choice 
heifers, 31,00-33.75; standard to 
low good heifers, 31.00-32.00; 
uimry -TieTfe/s , ' ■'2t.00-3tr.O0";- 
commeri;ijil and stiindard cows, 
'26:55^.75. 

- Uti4lly «owSi 25.00-28.00;. 
cannets and cullers, 21.50-26.00; 
commercial bulls, 32.50-24.00; 
utility bulls, 29.50-32.50; light 
bulls, 27.50-33,00, 

Blockers and feeders; heavy 
feeder steers, 38.50-42.00; light 
feedei* steers, 44.75-51.00; 
common quality sleer-f,- 34.00- 
39,00; Holstein steers. 31,25- 
47.00; poorer f^rade steers, 
29.00-31.00; heavy feeder 
heifers, 35.00-39.00. 
. light feeder heifers. 37.00- 



Prod uce Prices 



404)0-45.00; he'ffer calves. 4'O0- 
55.50;, vealers, ^S.OO-JB'.OO; 
feeder cows, 23.25i 



ude 



as 



Ftpaernwri Jrt£kK(.nvon CaMle'ord, 
51 00, 4?! Mdrior.f V(t,,rt. AAountAin City 
Nev 4t 00 ,4Si. iftrve McMrtilcr 
Kimtierlv, 4B SO i34 Hon K/isvl. Twin 
Frtlls yjv 46 00 44 /5, W 47 00", ''ji 
Wrtiter Mueller BunI 44 3i iiS 43 ;i 601 
John Novfltny K.ng M.l| 4; BS ftSfc 4? SO 
P.cibo LiveMotk Piidbo 47 10 659 



70H 

4t 40 



t eeoor heiters Steve M<A)\aifef. 

K.niheily 44 BO 4H^ Hciydetiflnd Inland 

^.i*uiAUi4«f,£-a4a . ii.4Q..4Ju- ii.»o..jMi- Jiitia- 

Novatny, V ing H.ll 43 50 474 4 1 OO 60? 
Tom Holmes Bulu 47 BO 477 Ethel 
Holler, Jerom." 41 SO 4;; w H Powers, 
Jerome 41 4(1 S6I Dav.d Biil,ar 
41 40, SIB Ho't/en Frtrms, Jerome 18 lO 

, U0Uteii»,.M4u>( V ' E-dnd HAdermd3L( 

H..gerrtirtn 4/ SO ISB 44 00 41B 
Casiie BeHevue 43 00 404 47 00 470 
J/ 00 67J 3S SO 73S Ke, In Peter sor> Bijiii 
iO 30 S 3 36 00 68^ C Anderson Jerome 
39 00,5 34 t A Oonse Hansen. 3V 00. 488, 
41 SO 479 Arrington Cattle Co Tw.rA 
f-ai's 38 7S S79 Clarence Meatt\ 
K.-niM-riy 36 SO /4I yV.ilter Banner 
E'cien 36 35 8 IV D O tlatt her Olefins 
3V7?61B Carsten Jess, fSuhl 35 50 



Potatoes 
And Onions 

IDAHO FALLS (UPI) - 
Potatoes: Upper Valley. Twin 
Falls and Burley districts: 
Dehiand fair, and market 
steady ; russets, washed, 2 in . or 
4 oz. min., 100 lb. sacks, U. S. 
No. 1 Size A, 4.25^.60; 10 oz. 
min., 3.50^.50; non Size A, 3^ 
3.50, rfiostly" 3.50; U, S. No. 2, 
2.75-3.25, mostly 3.00. 50 lb. 
cartons, cwt basis, 80-:00s, 7.00- 

7.75; 101b. mealr-saelt^balc d, gnd heifers iully -Steady ,- cows 
per hundredweight U. S. No. 1 
Size A, 5.15-5.60; non Size A, 
4. 004.60. , 

Onions: Western Idaho and 
Malheur County, Ore. Offerings 
light, demand good and market 
steady; 50 lb. sacks U. S. No. 1 
yellow sweet Spanish 3 in. and 
lar,ger, 2.75, few 3.00; 2'.4-3 in, 
JHQStly .2.59:2.75i whites 3 m . . 
and larger, 4.50; 1^4-3 in., 4.00. 



California: Baby limas, 
trading volume insufficient to 
quote, 11.25-11.50; large limas, 
trading volume insufficient to 
quote, 17.25; blackeyes, 12.24- 
A2.S0; 12.85-13.00; pinks trading 
volume insufficient to quote, 
10.85-11.00; small whites, 
trading volume insufficient to 
quote, 15.25-15.50; light red 
kidneys, trading volume 
insufficient to quote, 17.25^17.50. 

Colorado-Denver rale: Pintos, 
10.00-10.25, 11.25. 

Idahq;! Pintos, 10,40-10.60, 
11.00-11.15; great northerns, 
12.75-13.00, 11.0O-I1.25; small 
reds, 11. Sd, 12.00-12.25; pinks 
10.75-11.00 10.50-10.75. 

Nebraska: Great mortherns, 
12.75-13.26, 1 1.15-11.25, 

Washington: Small, reds, 
1'1.25-1150, 11.75-12.25; pintos, 



330 lbs., 23.00-23.50; 330-400 lbs., 
2l'.25-23'.00; over 450 fbs., 20.00- 
21.25; stags. 20.00-24.00; boars, 
19.00-21.00. 

With an estimated 2,680 cattle 
sold, ^choice grain fed steers, 
33.50-35.00; good steers, 32.00- 
33.00; commercial steers, 31.00- 
32.00; choice fat heifers, 33.00- 
34.00; good fat heifers, 30.00- 
'32.00; commercial-eows, 25.00- 
26.50; utUily cows, 22.00-23.50; 
cutter cows, 18.00-22.00; 
canners, 30.00-34.00. 



SPECULSAVINCS! 

MU TKY UtST-S- »VT PVn 
STIEl FENCE posts 
fflOO 

■ , fach ptut ulf f t,<UL. 

FULLCRaf,NC 

3 Mil*! Wtil of Twin Falls Al 
'CURRY CROSSINC 

733-5*71 



26.7^. Sows 25 lower, some 5p....4S(I&-10.25; 10.75; pinks, 10.75r 

10.85,10.50. 

■ Idaho- grown pinks- delivered- 
by , truck , to most California 
destinations were quoted at 
1I.70-11.9S., 



lower; 315-650 lbs 24.'W-25.yb"." 
Cattle 800, calves none; steers 



Ion til 

prices told 



)6S 

^Icvr ( Al wrs Ctorirtid Jorn 
41 SO ?Sf S9 DO )IB Sj OO 

■ Couf iMf y i*.n f Aii% ^^ WJ 

Sh.if u f 'If' S6 SO Ml SJ !.0 
Brolhi'f\ Mountrt.n City Ni-v 
Tt-tJ Aiifco vVfna<-rr '■a ISJ 

'1 K .riiiic, ly SO I IS 
Bum 00 160 I'om HOlnnj^, 
3/9 Jfl( * Kcnyon dstlotora 
MrtS Kijwurtnrt De<to St 60 ■< 

Pogcr von t% 50 ?0* S8 \Xl 
COurln^v T*.n Frtti. SO SO 
Sharp, F.l.cf J» SO 331 ifl 00 
W? Donfl'ld lonr\ 



S6 00 V 



H dn( hci. 
74J John 
3W Tom 
306 47 00 
49 SO 



172 *i SO. 3;3 Don AHountam C«W- 

Nev 296 47 SO 3M Jim CfltIC 

Bellevuf. 48 50. Ill Gene Gr.'ll. Buhl. 
4i W), IBS Mas Kuw^).^nj^, Decio 4^ 00. 43) 



SPOKANE, Wash. - The 
Pacific Northwest Pea Growers 
and Dealers Association has 
released average weekly prices 
for the week of Oct. 12. 

The prices, with comparisons 
to a year ago, are for- tiiresher 
run FOB car shipping point. 
Storage and handling, charges . ^^'^^''^l^^^^^'^ 
should be deducted to^arrive at 
net price to the grower. All 
prices are based on U. S. No. 1 
I grade. " 



strong, instances 25 higher;, 
scattered sales high goikl and 
choice 950-1150 lb .steers 34.25- 
35.00; g6od 32.75 - 34.00; three 
loads high choice with end of 
prime 1000 lb heifers 34.25'; few 
loads and part load choice 850- 
1000 lbs 33.25-33.75; good and 
low choice 31.00 - 33.25; utihty 
and commercial cows 25.00- 
27.00; S few utility datry breds 
27.50; canner and cutter 22.00- 
25.00. 

■Sheep 200 ; sla ughter ramba_ 
steady; ewes scarce; choice 
with some prime \yboled lambs 
27.00-28:00; some shorn with No, 
1 pelts 29.00. 

POR TLAND lUP 
Cattle and 



Grain 



- SEATTLE (UPI) - Today's 
grain prices, t.o.b. Seattle: 
Soft white 2.47 , • ' 
White club 2.47 , 
Hard wcnter 2.30 
Com 60.50-61.50 • - - • - 
Corn, e.w. 59.00-59.50 
Barley 64.50-66.00 



MerKiv liveiloch 
n ?.6A5 load holil»in 
vrceri qood with end of choicr 1 ?6a 1510 
lb 31 20 32 *0 cOTin?nerc'fll {.o^t 33 00 
?0 '5 Dull* commercial good 28 00 3^ 25 
veal(>r% lew good ChO're 38 00 48 00. calves 
good Choice 32 00 ** 00. largely 3A OO'O 00. 
feeder sfeerj leverai imall lots choice 
300 4 30 ID 51 00 52 75 -clhcr cho>ce 350 
500 I b 4-4 00 50 00 

Hogft 1]0 barrows and gilts"slrong to 
■/5 higher, 13 2O0 278 ID 2fl 50 ?9 00 sows 
weak to I 00 lower l 2 315 455 lb 23 10 
24 25 

le wool ed si A Lighter 

_ . _ ' COM uiinry.e^es 

and Ducks 5'00 7 00. choke (aVrcy 67 67 lb 
feeders 2B 00 29 7S 
JOLIET.III igPI) ,Uv'nfock 
Cattle sales insufficient to ettabhiii price 
trerul 

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Five lb processed ioat 63'* M : Muer^ 
sier 66>W5 CKeddars &rngie QAiSiei 69 ; 
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Live Cctlle 

Oct 15 70 15 ^^ 15 :0 1^ 35ti 1M 

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Mile, hand bills, newspaper coverage (over 
70,000 readers - in Magic Volley) advance trill- 
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in this Farm Calendar for 10 days before sale. 

OCTOBER 22 

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, Adv*rtiuin*n<: October 70 
*ucliena«rt: lyi* Ma»»»r» A Oory (Hb<>rn« 

OCTOBER 26 

FRAt4K MTERSEN 
Ady«Tlit«m«Bl! Octobtr J4 
Aueli«n..r» lyl« Mot».rt » Gory Olborn. 

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Auttlonwrs: Meiwrsmilh Aotti«n S«iyic. ,^ 

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Sale Time: t:00 P.M; 



ir 1971 



ANTIQUE FURNITURE 

Smoll antique round table with iniide ped 
eilal, iewing roclier, beoutiful Brunswick 
Ireodie sewing machine, oak wooden 
rocker, (over one hundred ^eori old). Oak 
buifet with mirror, beautiful ontique buT 
let, flower table antique Moor radio con 
nected to cupboord thcjt is very hkc, 2 
ook dressers with swivel "mirrors, parlor 
table. Secretary, desk with curved glass 
china clc^set combination 



GLASSWARE & DISHES 

Cut gloss pieces, cornivol glass, fuby red 
glassware, pink dishes, old plates, gald 
dishes, vinegar cruter, cream & sugors, 
kerosene table lamp, lats of old dishei. 



HOUSEHOLD MISCELLANEOUS 

Serving trays, loble rodio, small pressure 
cooker, lamps, carpet sweeper, lots, of 
bedding,' pyrex dishes, pots and pans, 
suit coses, bed springs, meat grinder, lots, 
of throw rugs and mony other items 



OUTSIDE MISCELLANEOUS 

■ Oomble* 22" rotory lown mower, garden 
hose, lots of hond fools, camp stools, hand 
saws, garden mulcher, log choin, rope 
stretcher ond many other miscelloneous 
orticles too numerous to mention. 



NO LUNCH 



OTHER rURNITURE 

Cherry wood dining fable with 2 extra 
leaves and 5 matching chairs and Cop- 
toins choir, very nice, chrome dinette set 
with 2 leoves and 6 matching choirs-nice, 
naugohide recliner, platform rocker, 2 
vanity dressers with mirrors. 4 drawer 
chest of drowers. White drop leaf table 
with 2 motcfiing choirs, coffee table, 
clothes hamper, utility cart, metal clothes 
closet, 2 smoll metal kitchen cabtftets with 
formica top, footstool, end tables, what 
not shelves, 2 smoll wood folding tobies 



ANTIQUE CLOCKS 

Ingram kitchen pendulum wail cTock over 
100 years old, its a calendar, alarm and 
has the key. Just recently been cleaned. 
Works like a charm. Sessions pendulum 
wall clock, very old. just recantiv cleoned. 



ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

RCA 23" cabinet color TV. RCA 30" elec- 
tric range, 4 burner, single oven, 2 years 
old, RCA rtsfrigerator-freezer 12.9 cu. ft., 
2 yeors old, GE refrigerated air condl 
tioner, Westinghouse refrigerate^ oir- 
conditioner, electric mangle. Phllco floor 
oceononk radio^ piqys real real well. 



SMALLER ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS 

Lb coffee grinder, S6 lb. stillyarcJs, 'apple peeler, ' cream dipper and loddle, wood 
potato masher, meal cleover, te'okettle, antique ipades and shovels, padlocks and 
keys, old ontique lunch bucket. 2 wooden barrel soiaots. old do^r knobs, 2 thuAder 

mugs, scrbbboard, lonte^rn, cool shovel, old y<oo,den «quore ond ovol picture frpmes, 
trunks, old hond woven rag rug. 



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16 Times-News. Twin Falls. Idaho Friday, X)ctober 20,. 1972 




nixes 




^BxJo-^fiMS Raft Riveras undefeated boast 8-6 



DECLO — Thrf Declo Hornets 



CaStleford and Raft River meet 




' scrambled ,the Magio Valley 
Conferenc.e"stanaiitgs Thursday 
Tilgnt whfert ■ they nippwl th« — 



in the season Bnale UcOT whi le 
durtaugh wlndsltup tonight at 



Mallorv ■ from 



Randy 



"Biackenbury.~Fullt)acK Tin) 
Matthews-then^ went off tackle 



POCa'TELLO, Idaho (UPlT^~ Iclaho to piiU out of OiS Big Sky^l^-Ilr J^eBlltarmt^^^ 
By a vote of 4-3 the State Athletic Conference and join the of the university, fold pewsmeh. 
- ^aid o f R e g e nts d e n ted-today— Paeifle Coast-Athletic- Gonfor- 
a request by the University of ence. 



Outdoors 



By STU MURRlELL, . 

^''Reglonal Conservatloa 

Educator 
The. controlled deer hunts in 
Magic Valley open next 
Siilyrday, October 21st, and the 
prospects appear gocxl. Hunter's 
are asked for their cooperation 
in collecting tlie lower, front 
teeth of their deer and sending 
them into tlie Fish and Gan>e 
Department in tjie pre- 
addressed ' sjonple hag 
furnished witii the deer permit. 
These - teeth can (lien be 
sectioned and the age of the 
animal dctcniiinjHl— -by -the — (vhlle hunters 



very helpful in this type, of 
hunting. If you don't spot 
something within an hour aflec 
dawn, move to another likely 
area and sit down and watch. 1 
usually use this alternately, 
moving and stopping technique, 
until about 10 a.m. when I head 
for camp and leisure lunch and 
snooze. Then I hit it hard again 
in the late afternoon • ijnd 
evening. 
Certainlk road hunting^is not 



imntediately-^iftec that the de' 
ci^ion means Idaho- will have to 
drop- some of - the games It was 
scheduled td play in the jiext 
three or four years because it 
will not have the scholarship 
potential to field fi prppedy- 
.competitive team. 
- — "I mink we ' ll have ui.renegu- ' 
tiate our schedules," Hartivig- 
said. "It will-Co8t-us money be:^ 
cause we will have to pay 
guarantees." 

He declined to say at this 
time just what .schools may be 
dropped from forthcoming 
schedules of the university. He 
said Idaho was scheduled ahead 
in football for nearly 10 years. 

In presenting his- case to the 
board, Hartung said the univer- 
sity cannot conliDue-to compete 



"prevjously^ndefeafed Haft 
River Trojans 8-6 in a slam- 
baiig affair...^ . 

• --TheJoss-knocked the. Ttdjans.- 
frora sole possession of the loop 
lead to a three-way lie-along 
with Castleford and Murtaugh. 



itsg e r mi r L/tMiisiac it=^^ fo r wha i'| ifgvcariSe . deciding 



chance in the second half. Declo 
"movedTo aboat~the~Rah~Riv^r~ 

Jj^ard 'i"" '"'P In .ihe_thlcd- 



eniertauTHifisen tonight 

AIT the scoi^ng came an the 
first half- Declo went marching. 
— after^an-early— ptmt exchange .■ 
and withabout-four minutes-left- 
. in the opening period scori/ig on 
a four-yard quick throw ..to Scott 



p e rimi but'di e ri tli ere on two ■ 
pass, incompletions. With 2:06 _ 
left- in the game. Ratty- River" 



poinis. 

"Tlaff River replied" in the . 

.wnnrf pp r-^^ui-wi«h-a-j<tmilar- '> mad e fine last move.: it took a 

drive wMch Ted Tracy capped - ■ piint from' their own 40 'and 

,-on o (ottr-yardi)ur8t,'^BQt-Declo movodrXo^ the4)eclo-15-but-ran 

stopped the conversion run. out of time after' three downs 

■ Each team had one .scoring there. 



„ . 1 ... , ,_jn iinlvers.ily. division fofitball 
an e ecl.vfc method ^nce deeFp^^^^ ^^^-^^^^ 

rapid ya^-iate the sound of a scholarship rules of 

ve+iiele with danger., Once in a Conference which 



in a car will 



number of growth rings in. the 
toutli,.iuiuJlar to ageing a tree. 
Tills flata will be used . to 
ascertain the age composition 
of the herd in each unit. which 
helps,^)itf't)Tologist to irtanage 
thfe deer proper4y. Hunters are 
Slsa' reriund.ed they are required 



surprise a big game animal but 
not very often. The game is 
getting smarter each year with 
the . added hunting pressure 
exerted on them and they don't 
react like they have in the past. 
Mer head for heavy cover, feed 
at night, and are much more 



td'stop at all checking stations -difficult to approach. 



Whether or not they have 
bagged any game 

Four controlled deer units in 
Magic Valley did not fill. 'These 
iwere 145-1, H5-'2, 152-1 and 152-2. 
It ..w lis widely ' publized in all 
news media that these units 
were on a controlled basis this 
year and two separate drawings, 
were held to allow' people 
adequate time to apply fgr them. 
'I'he renujijiing permits have 
been voided' for this year. 
- - Wfiatv are- some - of- ihc- 
techniques that result in a 
successful dee.- hunt'' I feel the 
niost important is to t)e_out in 
The Tfeld during early iiloFnirig 
and late evening hours when 
deer are most iiclive. If you can, 
scout an area before the season 
and then pick a nice vantage 
point to observe a possible deer 
;irea Jind get out tfiere in the 
predawn Watch possible 
feeding areas ami cover [uilches 
the deer might be returning to 
after feeding, liinocluars are 



other 
a good 



There are severa 
teclmiques that make 
deer hunter. He knows the 
capability of his particular gufi 
iuid doiSsfl't exceed it. 1 consider 
a . 100 yard shot maximum range 
for a. ,270-Oti type- of scope 
sighted rifle. About 2(M) yfirds is 
the limit of effective range for an 
iron-sighted :iO-;)0 type rifle. 
.Shooting at deer piist these 
ranges often results in misses or 
crippling shots and many 
Hrtittntls-an^loat . -If yott-shoW-al- 
an animal be sure and check the 
area for som« lUstance to see if 
any signs of a hit are evident 



such as hIur~c)FT)Too(I7 Many 
tmies animals will be hitbut not 
show 

llunt (ipwind and look, for 
pieces of an animal that might 
show, such as a riuiip patch, 
ear. etc , since the animajLis not 
usually visible in -Its whole 
form. Finally, wear some piece 
of fluorescent orange clothing 
or hat for safety. 



Palmer shoots 66, 
shares Kaiser lead 



NAPA. Calif. (UPD-Making 
a serioUs bid for his first title of 
the year, Arnold Paln\.er shot a 
66 Thursday to share the first- 
round lead of the flS0,000 
Kaiser Intemattonal <!olf Tour- 



i4 



team loses 

El, PASO. Tex (UPD- 
Bobby Dobbs, head football 
coach of the University of 
Texas at El Paso, announced 
Thursday that he will resign if 
his squad falls to beat the 
University of New Mexico in a 
game at Rl Paso Saturday 
night. 

Dobbs has been at UTEP. a 
Western Athletic Conference 
school, for the pTast eight years. 

He is under pressure from 
local football fans after compil- 
ing an H-IO record in 1970-1971 
and approaching the New 
Mexico game with a 1-4 record 
this fall. 

Most of hl&jmjbles this year 
have been M^ed on the 
inexperience of 38 junior college 
transfers on his squad. 
- Dobbs gave the El Paso 
Herald-Post reporter the follow- 
ing handwritten note: 

"First, I have been very 
disappointed in bur season to 
dale. It has taken.m IcFngec-i^. 
put this 1972 Miner team 
together than we had ftrst 
thought. 

••With the UTEP football 
' program at-heart I have made 
a decision which 1 feel is to the 
best interest, of thp university 
and my family. 

"The 'decision was .made by 
me and my wife without any 
influence from anyone. I have 
decided that if we do not defeat 
New Mexico this . Saturday 
nlghr, a coaching change needs . 
"lo be made. 
'. "If . the Lobos defeat tliie 
-Miners I will step down 
Inunediately as the OTEP head 
football coachv " 



nament with Canadian star 
George Knudson. 

Palmer had seveh birdies and 
one three-putt as he shot 32-34— 
66 on Silverado Country Oub^s 
south' course, while befetJcc- 
taded Knudson had three 
birdies on each side un the 
"longer ho'rlh courseTor his :u-:m 

66 

— ObviQusiy pleas<!d j»'jtli-]ua- 



round over the water-logged 
south layout. Palmer .said. "I 
played very well and had the 
ball close to the hole on every 
hole of the front nine and got 
the 32 despite missing a three 
footer and a five footer " 

Trailing the leaders ,by a 
.stroke was Hawaiian Open 
champion drier Jones, who had 
seven birdies and two tiogies en 
route to a 67. 

Four more were tied at 
62. They included local golfers 
Bpb E Smith and Junmy 
Wiechers as well as Tour- 
nament of Champions winner 
Bobby Mitchell and little Ruddy 
Allin. 

Former National Open cham- 
pion C^ne Ijttler, playing his 
first tour round in the United 
States since his cancer opera- 
tion last. Miarch, had a one 
under par 71, the same- score- 
turned in by his Sdn Diego' 
neighbor, Billy Casper, defend- 
ing the Kaiser title. 

Irish taoklo 
but for year 

SOUTH BEND. Ind. (UPll- 
Steve Niehaus, the freshman 
tackle -who became the Univer- 
sity of Notre Dame's second- 
leading tackier, is out for the 
season because of a knee injury 
suffered when another player 
fell on him during- exe r cis e s, 
the team said Thursday. 

Niehaus. 6 foot 5 and 26S 
pounds, was injured Wednesday 
in a routine drill. Coach Ara 
Parseghian said. Niehaus had 
fallen forward with his hands 
braced when aoothec playei;fell 
on his left leg, causing a torn 
ligament in his knee. ' 



' permit only 62 full time schol 
arships for ballplayers. 

The PCAV, he said, would 
permit the university to grant 
75 full time-equivalent scholar- 
shtpis-to football players. 

Un<lbr the Big Sky rules, Har- 
tung told newsmen, "1 think it's 
suicide to try to play the sched- 
ules we have feF.-tbc next three 
or four years." ... 

Hartung told the board that 
the main thrust 'of ihlereoUegi— 
ate athletics 'is nob education 
but ••entertainment and public 
relations. '- 

He said the university is the 
past few years has had Signifi- 
cant monetary losses in its , 
athletic programs -. the worst 
year losing .irtore than $100,000^ . 
' Up until now he said, Idaho 
.has._been able tg bajance its 
budget because of a big reserve 
it had built ' up in years 
past when it played in the old 
■■Pacific ' Coast CbrifeicijC'c" -But 
he said "we are fa^t getting to 
the end of that reserve." 

That leaves, he said, three al- 
ternatives for the university; 
cut down on the outgo, increase 
the revenues substantially or a 
combination of both. He said to 
stay where the university is 
now is to invite bankruptcy. 

Accordingly, he -said, with the 
backing of the students, the^Jac- 
ulty and the alumni Idaho want$ 
to bail out of the Big 'Sky and 
join a conference iwhere it nOt 
only can bring in big money 
from televised football games 
but engage in -a full schedule pf 
minor sports, He said minor in- 
tercollegiate sports are being 
de-emphasized in the Big Sky. 

l>r. John Swartley, a board 
member from Boise.,. dis- 
puted Hartung "s arrthmetic say- 
ing he dors. not believe it would 
be wise to switch conferences 
<uid gam only $n.l8fl per year 
-t]TTirtTnnc"\V'e're 'HpTwakUig a 
private inve.slment of the kind 
Of_money that goes into a uni- 
versity"^s ^inin'tTc''prograip7 He" 
.said, he would nut do so with 
only that .smitll a gain. 

A I. .-Mford. Jr , l/cwiston. 
(li.sjigreed with Swartley saying 
Jie felt if anything Hartung 's 
figures wore conservative. He 
agreed with Hartung that the 
university i-ould not continue 
to play other schools in the uni- 
versity division under the college 
style rules of the Big .Sky Con- 
ferenie 



Make plans Now 
to Have TlianleS|1,vin^ 



Dmner With Us 




the FUN SPOTS 

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south of the border 



Irving 
return 
Scjiiire 



to 
to 



Virginia 



V.i I I'll. The 
.Squires . annouoi'itl 
Thursday Ihnt .lulius Krving. 
who had tru-d to jump from the 
American Basketball Associa- 
tion Team, would rejoin the 
club Friday 

■Julius is returning to play 
tiasketball for the Virginia 
Squires,' - said Squires' owner 
Earl Foreman at iui afternoon 
news conference 

He, said the Jigreement is 
subject to the condition Erving 
will report to coach Al Bianchi 
Friday night ready to play. 
Erving had wanted to play with 
the Atlanta Hawk& of th« 
National Basketball ;\ssocia- 
tion. 

The Squires play a game at 
New York Ff^ay night and 
return home to play CaroUna in 
Norfolk Saturday night. The 
Carolina game is expected to 
mark Erving's first 1972 ABA 
appearance. 




Now A ppearing 
in the GALA ROOM 

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hand riding hrni on a shuu hi/, rari-rr that Middrnly shol him inUi 
hii;h <-oiiiilr> of t4>da>'<« rxrilin^ \*orld of niii^ir. 

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In the Gala Bar 
Popular Guitarist 

mmmmmm 



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HO RS E S H U 



Ann, WESTERN BAR 





eUFF LEONARD TRIO 

with litlle AtflENE 

K.vcetl«ril.danoe music. 
(»real single vocaj|>'and 
fireal harmony vocals. 



A^s nip Reds 3-2 

— ^— — f 




^.; JJAKLAI^D tUPlt — Don 
• Mincher's pinctr-hit single drove 
-in- the^-tieing Tmr'aml '-Angel 
Mangual's pinch'-jingle drove in 
the winner in another frantic 
nmth iiL^iflfttlluirsday night to 
. give, ffie Oakland A's a 
cofnefeack 3-2 victory over the 
Cincinnati Reds and move them 
to , within one game of 
winning the World Series. 

The two-run rally in the 
last half of the ninth t^..fnr.. 



a frenzied capacity crowd of 
49,410 at Oakland Coliseum 
gave the A's a 3-1 leas in 
games. The underdog A's now 
can wrap up baseball s world 
championship by winning the 
fifth game here PYiday after- 
noon. 

The A's, behind the four-hit 
pitching of U'fty Ken Holtz- 
inan, took a 1-0 lead into the 
eighth on Gene Tenace's Ifiird 
homer of this Series only to see 
the Reds battle back for. a 2-1 
lead on a two out, two-run 
double by Bobby Tolan. 

Pedro Borbon, who look over 
for Keds'starter Don l.ullett in 
the eighth, retired the fir.st 
batter in Uie bolloiii of the 
ninth— Mike Hegan on a j^oller 
to third - but lost pinch-hitter 
Gonzalo Marque/, to ;i single, 
Wtien he fell Lx-hind on 're/iaie, 
two balls and oni; strike, Heds 
manager Sparky Ander.^lon 



bri£iuj{W-on--hts^ace"fireman, 
Clay Carroll, who ha4 saved 
Wednesday-jriigfit'si 1-b "victory 
■for Jack Biliingham. — 

jenace worked the count to 3. 
1 and then rolled a' single into 
left that Sent pinch-runner 
Allan l^ewis only as far as 
second. 

Dick Williams, the A's 
skipper who goes to his bench 
at the drop of a hat, brought on 
-Minehfr ffti'-hts-^ First Serieii- 




Frlday, October 20; 1.972 Tlmos-Nevtis; T&lrt Falls, Idaho 17 



Domres \dehut comes qguirtsfiS^am 



duled to gb w^th Jim HiihtM", " 
their 21-ganie ace who wp{i the ' 
second game of tl^ls Series. 

As might be expected, the A's 
ar e big {a yorltes to ta ke-the- 
game and wrap up their first 
Series since they tieat the 
Cardinals in 1930 while based in 
Philadelphia. 

Vida Blue, who nailed down 
the fifth playoff victory wltfi 
four shutout rglief Innings gad 



appearance and the big sub 
first baseman lined a single tg 
right. That si'ored Uwis and 
sent Tenace to third. 

- John Odom went in to run for 
Mincher and Mangual batted 
for winning pitcher Rollie 
Fingers. Mangual, who lost his 
centerffeld job early in the 
se;ison because of poor fielding, 
promptly dropped a single into 
right und Tenaet" scored easily 
with the winmn(*-rtBi. 

Kor Mangual, whp had. many 
key hits for the A's during their 
drive to the American I^eague 
flag, it also was his first World 
.Serie.s appearanve and be- 
probably never got a bigger hit 
a.s his teammates mobtied him 
and carried him off the field. 

.Now, the Heds are really in 
the hole and for the fifth game 
Kriday they more than likely 
will start Clary Nolan or Jim 
McCilothlln with the A's sche- 



then helped-save the opening" 
World Series victory / with 
another 2 1-3 innings, almost 
was the ,"goat" this time. 



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..was officially crowned club 
champion at the Twin Falls 
Women's Golf Association 
annual awards banquet 
Thursday night. 



Rum i^uphs 
top liruins 



Cincinndli 
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II. Illl.lM II 



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The Highland sophomores 
scored on a .'IS-yard run by 
Cirlmm in the first quarter and 
defeated Twin palls (i-O 
'I"hursday nigl|L 
Twin Falls was held at the 
IP H H ER BB so onij-yard line in die first [x-riod 
1 ; I I 0 0 iind placed all of the fourth 
•,r J ■{ ' sH)"^ 'quarter in Highland's territory 
-'-'i 'l' 0 0 "''ttout scoring. The Iiru)n 
:■ i„,ii,-i ... r....ii. .sophs made their best showing 
' " '" "" ' defensively of the season. 



.By United Press International— 
Marty Domres, stepping intp'^ 
the starting quarterback spot in 
place of 39-year old Johnny 
Unitas, ha^ beeh thrust into the 
pressure-«ooker for Sunday's 
second meeting of the seasoa 
isetWeen -fhi^ Batimore" Colts 
and the New 'Vork Jets, but he 
sayshefeeLsgreal'abQ.utiL 
• -Ftom the. IflSks of the way 



Daektieid dieseli, JSJm Fliggins 
and Enierson Boozer, have 
been piling up points. I^mres. 
a four-yeaj; veteran ■ .with' 
limited playlrigexperlence.will 
have to come up'" > with 
something spectacular to keep 
the score respectable. 
J'I'mreally-excited-abbut-the 
whole thing,!' said Doitires, who 



ataffedfo r C o lum bia-University— York . last sfeason. 
wher.e he set numerous passing isn'ti down as as it' should 



records, 

■ /:lThe JasL : Ume I wa.§ a 
^rter in theJtue sense of tjie 
word was "isi' NeW York," 
Domres continued- "I've never . 
played a single game against 
the Jets but. I was in there "tor 
-a_f ew-_- minutes- ^ against^- th^- 
Giants when we played In New 



be yet but I . think it'll be^ftU 
work ed out by Sunday. 
really lool^g f orward tblt?.'^ ' 
Domres may be bursting with 
enthusiasm hut tia'll.need nioire- 
than Ciiat to -.'revei'^e' the 
outcome of the Colts' - last 
encounter; irtth— ithe JBta a: 
month ago. 




MAGIC VALLEY DIRT iliDiRS 




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-—^r T/7 Miles South 
pf Hagerman 

- follow the Signs on US 30 

Beginners and Sportsman 
Classes — A/so 

Mrni Bike Cfd^ses 

Spectators $1:00 

Chjldre4i Under 12 FREE 

SICvN-Up: 1 0 am Races: Noon 





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of rodm out Bac.k, plenty of power up front. 

And it's quality inside and out. 

It s nice enough to. take you anywhere- 
night on the town or day in the country. 
The sptrited- ISOOg-g overhiead cam engine 
puts out the power you need. With a 
gS'ioch-wheelbase, it's- roomy. O\^e^-60 
cubic feet of cargo space. With four 
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round family car that's downright afford-able. 



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18' TTmes-News. Twin Falls/ Idaho Friday) October '20',' 197^1 PEANUtS 



H \ ^^^3 — 




L. Boyd 



That gypsies get along with animals better thap do most 
people hai lon g known. But *h\ is a m atter of much 
,3rgumenl. Most widely accepted explanation is gypsies believe 
in reincarnation. They, think iheir animals may be relatives 
returned. To keep ah eye on things. Treat them with g reat 
respect, therefore. 



F(5kl.lAST FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 1. 1972 

■ — ■ (;I N1KA1 I I NDI'Nt II S~A,' beautiful day to 
Ihink in ipriiis of new hcgiiUMngs and projects 
you have in (iiind, whclhct ol ;i Inisinos.s or social nature Lose 
na.ii"ii' in cohlactini! llioso who are ahio lo help you make a 
success rtf ihfiii Hi' Ics hasiy and show more poise m 
every thing you do Use jjood judginfni 

ARII S (Mar J I lo Apr I'M You have to plan your work 
constructively today if you arc lo gain your aims.' You can 
haveli i nmuTt.iiinn wiih ihi' tn;hi pefso^s socially..that will be 
most helpful Be more lolerani i 
r TAURUS (Apr :o lo May .'()) If ycU ihmk more on those 
aims iKaf'mean much, you can find ihc\|ghl avenues through 
which they can be attained, talk with e)»]^inls_for advice you 
need Avoid one who is 'greedy . ' ' ' . 

Cli-MINI (May 2 1 to June 21) A fine day for getting 
together with progressive pals who can give you the boost you 
need. Repay social obligations ihal will bring fine results. 
Show that you are approciaiivc • ' / 

MOON CHIUJRLN (June 2J to July 21) Ideal day fDr_ 
seeing those jiowerful indivuluaK you know and gaming IheiT 
backing Some civic work can add appreciably in prestige you 
now enjoy vS how (^ootlwiU toward others 

LtO IJuly 22 to Aug 21) (iood day for looking into new 
ventures .ind niccting inleresling peiiplc. Listen carefully to 
what others h»vf to say instead of thinking you know it all . 
Make the acquaintance of a bigwig 

VlRCiO (Aug 22 10 Jicpl 22 ( Dihers could be pressuring 
you for pioney you ow4, so divule what you have sensibly 
instead of doing sonielhing draslic Sincere devotion to male 
will bnng the fine respontic you Want 

-LIBRA (Sept 2.1 to-<>ct 22) llei in touch with a dynamic 
ally you have and make plans for greater success in the near 
future Iron out the kinks in j mutual project I-slablishing 
goodwill with the public IS » is«' 

SCtiRPIO (Oct 2.1 lo N'ov 2! I An exctlleni day lo take 
care of all lhal work ihul. has ^hccn nuiunling up, hut use 
improved mcihods tor hesr iciuli? 'kind rtcw Items of apparel 
that you need, bui use good lastc 

SACiITTARIUS (Nov 22 lo Do. , 2 It,.! ontact good friends 
and state yoUr'ldeas for recnannn and ihen ream up and have 
an enjoyable lime logelhci \ mi can put ihosc creative talents 
you have over very well nov. 

CAPRICORN (Dec 22 lo Jan 2111 Diiccl your energy on 
family affairs now, so that you can csiablisf greater harmony 
there Have fine talks with kin so (hat you know how to make 
the fului'e more affluent ni> not aigue 

AQUARIUS t Jan "~ii^~to I'rtr I'M— Von arc thTtdclnB'very 
oloady and have a very gtnid senM? t>l huiuoi now A good time 
Lo make new artangctnenis \viih jUies loi the future lake cure 
of ■.mportani correspondence 

PISCLS (1 cb. 20 to .ATal" 201 \ ou have excellent business' 
sense today and can Ko an inspiralion lo others whmare having . 
Iheir troubles .A consultation wilh a linancial experts is wise 

R cla X at home loniu hl wiili male 

' ll YOUR Cmi I) IS HORN lOD-O he or she wiU be 
one of those inlelligeni and lalk.iiive young people whose 
judgment is good and uho pioiuor^ Icaih al an early age 
not lo act loo haslily, oihervMsc this loulj undo all ihe fine 
potential in this niosl inlcresiing > hari (lue as line a college 
education as you can allord C1nl> genile discipline is required 

" The Stars impel, ihey do noi > onipel ' W hjl y ou make ol 
your life is largely up lo \ t)l" 



NANCY 



I HOPE- I GET 
INTO THE GAME- 
THEY HAVEN'- 
USED ME YET 




O/v 



You. 




THEY ONLY WANTED TO w:iPE 
THEIR MUDDY HANDS ON MV CLEAN 
SHIRT 




YES.'THE c-osi of whiske>. 
if medicinal, is indeed de- 
ductible on your Federal in-* 
come ta» Sayi. the Internal 
Revenue Scrv ice "When your 
doctor prescribes fwn ounces 
ofwhisko daiK lor relief of 
angina pain resulting from 
• coronary artery ailment, price 
of the prescribed liquor is a 
deductible medical expense " 

AN KXTFNSIXT: siud> of 
those occasipjial recluses w ho 
lock themselves up in seclusion 
indicates none has cser been 
known to reveal a sense of 
humor That is the one char- 
.actefistic sceminpj> common 
tolhemall ApfTarentls noth- 
mg can make them laugh or 
even smile 

Ql KRIK.S 
O "What's a 'book', of 
sili'" 

A' A skcin I jkcs ,1(1 hooks 
to. n.iake a 1 .l.s-pound hale 

"Q. "^'MOW doys the dUorc'c 
rate among bcauiv coiitotaiits 
compare to that am.ong 
women in general ' " 

A U'« J-. I 2 limes higher 
among thoje pulchritudinous 
pri/e seekers 

i). "OUJ nou say a camel 
can outrun- a-hiirse'.'" 
_ ,A.'ln a rac'e ol more than 
three miles, it probabl> can 
l ong, on .endurahc'i:. that 
camel 

y. "\\ H \ I proporiion ol 
ihc niorhers hoiilc Iced Ihcir 
babies Irom _hirlh ' ' 

.■\ 1 luce oul ill lour 



Q. "WHAT'S the most 
common object accidanlally 
swallo'wed?" 

A Don't know. Most Com- 
mon objcci accidentally ■ 
swallos»ed 'which requires 
5urgCT\' to remove, however, 
IS the toothpick, know th*al. 

(I(;ak 

rhe ad agency boys spend 
considerable computer moncN 
to come up with sna//> trade- 
names guaraniccd not lo of- 
Icnd Ihc buvin-g ,pub(u'-,' 
■Wouldn't rhcy throw a connip- 
tion now il soniebod.v were to 
name a cigar "Ral's rail" ' No_ 
doubi Bui ibai was 'indeed 
ihe nai'ie of one of ihe most 
successful smokes on ihc niar- 
kcl a ccnlurir ago hercabouls 

WAS NONK other than 
I'rincc Bcrnhard of the Neth- 
crlaiids w ho claimed an> man 
could' tell his' real friends 
Irom ihc phonics simpl.v b> 
grow ing ji_jiiouslacl]e _JJj.e 
ll.illtri'rs.Via'id he, win tell 
uiu U s d.jnd> _3«<^ie trul,s 
iosal will .idniil It loolks 
rkliculous ' 

\\\\\ giippics .irc chc.ip IS 
not |usi ih.it ihc\ iiuiliipK 
so l.uishK Hill the h.ih.t Ic- 
iii.ilcMiiiinuniber Ihc males h\ 
iwo lo one 

A<.\IN \\l asked h<iw 
lrci|uciiiU .1 husband and wile 
•n'l.lrrlcd 4" >car> .wind up 
duorccd .Aboiii 'one out ot 
eicri. l.(l(Kl such couples 
c\eniu.ilK p.irl ill court 



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WINTHROP 



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PEAi.T.n...'rQ;.i 

Sf-lCtJLD OOMCWfl 
WALKING/ 





Hunting 



Aniwcr lo frtfiout Puitit 



ALLEY OOP 



ACKOS.S 

1 -Result of 

day's hunlUM! 
4 Firearm 
StluntinR 

weapon 

12 Greek letter 

13 EaKlo'snc^l 

14 Native metal 

15 Be sick 

16' One who soUh 

17 Moslem title 

18 Engluh 
novelist 

20 Small bay 
22 Warthless 

scrap 
24 Body of w ater 
ZSSlotkmK 
28 Ornanu-iit^l 



38 New Zealand 
parrot 

39 KuminanI 
animal 

40 Endure 

42 Wapiti 

43 Poker stake 
■44 Some- 

46 Coterie 
48' Form 
^1 HarvesUi 
iS SliKht flap 
56 Italian seaport 

60 Encountert'tl 

61 Pubdrinl> 

62 Levels 
C3 Ear 

(comh form) 

64 Jellify 

65 Miu Davis, 
actress 

r,r. I<il>lied faliri. 




5 Noun suf/ix 

6 Week day 

(ab I 

7 Tell unLruUi 

8 Weird 
!) Ami 

10 Prod 

11 Tidy 
19 Female 

deer (pi ) 
21 Take suddenly 

23 Th.TiiksgivinK 
bird 

24 Walk.s 
steiilltidy 

■a I^nd 

elevation 
3R CTre'eTTmbuiiT' 
27 Takes a seat 
2<J .Spool 



31 Mftsr* - 

32 Lash 

33 SnHeit. 

39 Fence openinc^ 
41 Faucet 
.45 Israel's 
reclaimed 
desert 

47 Oliliterate 

48 Male deer 

49 Hearty 

50 Cain's victim 
(Bib) 

52 Love (Latin) 

53 Masculine 
nickname 

54 Halt 

TTTTrsl woman 
M Mesh 
59 Ontario (ab 1 





Bmem 



Friday, October ao, m2 Tlme»-New8, Twin Fali«rribho W . 



.fie<H YORK (UP1I-S«)«IM itockj on 
Itl* Nfw York Slock Exchange. 

S«ln(hd>) Hlj^h Low LaU Chg. 



Grumn .25n 
GuK Oil l'7 
OullWl .«0g 



AcnnjiMk is 
Addrns M 
Admiral Cp 
AatiuLI i.u 

Air Prd .20g 
Alrco 

Alcan Al .10 
, AlligCp .lOd' 
AlltghLud I 
Alio Pw 1.40 
AlUdChUO. 
AllladSt 1.40 
AIMS Ch na 
Alcoa I .ao 
Am Hu .»• 
Am Alrtlnci 
A SVnd l.M 
A Brett 1.30 
Am Can 2.20 
AmCvan l>/4 
AmElac I 74 
Am Export 
A Holtl 400 
A Homt 1.77 
AmHoip .37 

■ AMatCx. 140 
Amer Motor 
.AmNCllJO 
A imalt 1 ! 

' Am $tnd 40 
AmTliT I.M 
Amatak .«0a 
AMF In 1.00 

, Ampax Cp 
Amitar 1.70 
Anaconda 
Aptco lid 
Armco Sll I 
Armt Ck .00 
AUI Oil I 20 
Alloc Tr^'ns 
*tHj£h(lii2 
Atfat Corp 
Avco Corp 
Avnat 2]d 

Bab&WII Si 
BakfrOII 70 
Banogr__ Bn 
, Batinnd 20 
Beat Fd I 16 
Bcckm SOd 
BalliiHIl to 
Bandix I 60 

■ Banguef Inc 
' Bath StI 1 20 

BJack&D Ig 
Boaing C 40 
Bolta C Kh 
Bordan 1 20 
Borg Wr l'4 
Boit Ed 2 44 
BourorrtOi 
. BronilAir ]i 
Brrggi I 20a 
Brii My ! M 
BrllPel 33d 
QrGroup 1< > 
Brunsuvk 14 
Bocy E I 20 
Buda COmp 
BulovaW 60 
Burl In ) 40 
Burl No t' I 
Burrghs 64 

Camp S 1 10 
CanPec 64d 
CaroPc I »3 
CarrlerC 42 
CatarTr 1 40 
Calan«»e 3 
Canll Soya T 
Carro CP 40 
-Cartante .43 
Ca»sr^aA 70 
Chmplnl 64 
ChmSpr 1 34 
ChajeAAan 2 
Cha»Oh 2' *d 
Chrii Cralt 
CTfryiler \ 
Gin Gas 1 M 
CIT F.ncI -3 
CiliesSv 3 30 
City Inv ^3 
ClavjEI^ 36 
CocaCol 1 64 
Colgate I 46 
Collin Radio 
Collnlst I 60 
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543 34t> 
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Harrlitntp I 
Hada Mn 31 
Halm M 1.04 _32— » 

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r-HaoOTSn U 3» S4V« 



Nov Pw 1.30 

NEngei L63 
NIagAAo 1.14 
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NorlolkWsS 
NoA Rk I 60 



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NOrt Sim .35 

OccldP I3n 
OgOenCp 60 
Ohio Ed 1 S4 

-OktaOE I-3B 
OklaNC I 34 ' 

■-OlmOorp .aa 
Omark 05a 
Or Rckl 1 30 
Oti» El Co 3 
OutbdM 1 06 
OwenCF 78 
Owenlll I 40 



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43 


6»i'4 


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8 


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31'7 


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175 


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IS'I 


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lOVi 


IO>i 


10' I- 




36 


16^4 


16H 


16*4^ 




76 


391l 


39 


391i* 




13 


36' • 


36' 4 


34!i > 




54 


45>4 


4S 


45I4 t 




60 


43 


4|li 


4I<I < 





Idaho 
Teihperatui^es 




Weather Rep ort 



PacGas 1 73 


40 


29'4 


29W 


3944 




Pac LIg 1.66 


9 


33>4 


33' 4 


33 >> 


-t ' ■ 


PacPelrl 40 


136 


401 J 


39A. 


40' 1 


i ' 3 


PacPwr I'j 


6 




33' • 


33' 1 


• . ' 1 


PC TiT 1 30 


. 31 


Z: 


\n. 


.174| 




Pan Am WA 


70 


1 1' J 


ll'i 


IHl 




Ponftai.JJO. 


11 


40 


3»>i 


4« 


t..'*. 


Penn Oenlr 


304 


3' 4 


3'> 


3' 4 


1 ' ■ 


Penney 1 04 


87 


83' 4 


63li 


B2!i 


' P 


PenDix l3o 


56 


aw — 8' 4 


ati 




PennPL 1 68 


37 


34<4 


34' 4 


24' 4 




Penntoil 80 


158 


33'4 


33'4 


23»4 


f ' 1 


PeopCs 3 16 


33 


34' 1 


14 


34' 1 




PepjiCo 1 


35 


ar > 


ao'i- 


81' I 


• ' 4 


Pliier In 64 


132 


. 40' 4 


39 >• 


40' 4 




Phelp D 3 10 


97 


391a 


3!'« 


39 




PhilaEI 1 64 


163 


33' '4. 


37 


33 




PhilipM 1 


369 


98' 1 


»6'.i 


96' ; 




PnilPel 1 30 


140 


36' I 


3S'4 


36' I 


» ' J 


PilUbry 1 S3 


7 


43>l 


43'i 


43'l 


- >• 


Pitney 6 68 


103 


(94, 




l»4< 


* u- 


Polaroid 33 


S77 


I34V1 


119 


134 '4 


• 6>l 


PPCInd 1 46 


39 


39'4 


3914 


391 4 


1 ^'4 


ProclOI 1 56 


90 


99' 4 


98' 1 


99' 4 




Pu& Col 1 16 


343 


I91| 


19' I 


19'a 




PSEaC 1 '3 


171 


33>> 


33'4 


33'i 




Pullmanln 3 


31 


49'a 


49' 4 


49' I 


■ >a 


PurexCp 64 


12 


17' 1 


17'4 


17' I 




Pucolanr 84 


9 


63' 1 


63' 4 


62' I 















High Low Pr. 


Aberdeen 


60' 


46 


.17 


Boise .' 


sa 


46 


.27 


Buhl 


■ 52 


44. 


.22 


Burley 


61 


46 


.15 


Caldwell 


.57 


43 


.14 


"Eminett ~ 


- 65 


40" 


.21 


Fairfield 


59 


38 


.12 


Go<xling 


55' 


45 


.07. 


Grangeville 


• 57r34 




Hagerman 


59 


33 


.16 


Homedale 


62 


40 


.05 


Idaho Falls 


64 


46 


.01 


Jerome 


56 


46 


.15 


Kimberly 


58 


45- 


.30 


Jjjma 


53 


43 


.12 


Mtn. Home 


57 


35 


.02 


Lewlston 


62 


38 




Parma 


63 


42 


.11 


Pocatello 


62 


47 


.11 


.Prestoii 


60 


48 


.19 


Rupert 


62 


45 


.24 


Salmijin 


53 


38 




' W. Ye^owstone 


56 


35 


.11 



•KATTL 




\ Nationial : 
:Teihperatures^ 



Max..Mlli..p^. 



UM Wl All*« f OlOCASt ® 



Ralilon ;0 
Rayinon 60 
RCA Corp I 
Rap Steel 1 

Revloninc I 
Reynlnd 3' j 
Bey Mel 40 



Rivtan 



B4 



CoPGai 1 83 


104 


77 >. 


77 '■ 


37' . • ' • 


Cm Solv 40 


1: 


17 


16>. 


17 . ' . 


CmwEd 3 30 


3J' 


'5' 4 


3S 


JS' 4 - •■ 


Comaal 56 


34 


:7'- 


59 


i9'4 . '. 


Con Ed 1 80 ' 


60 


35' ■ 


75 


75 


Com Fd 1'4 


156 


38 '4 


3e>i 


18*4. '4 


Con Frgr 52 


49 


19'. 


19'i 


19'; '4- 


Con&NG 1 93 


37 


78' • 


71'. 


78*»— .-4 


Conim Pw 3 


72' 


38 


77 k. 


78 . ' .' 


Conil Air Ln 


154— 1J*» 


H', 


1 . ' • I 


Cn Can 1 60 


204 


38'. 


77 V, 


78'. 


Conn Oil r J . 


195 


3S'4 


3S>. 


I5'4 , 4 


Contrt Oala 


198 


65 


61' 4 


61 • 1 '. 


Corn 0 3' la 


1] 


736>. 


2)4'. 


216'. . 7 . 


Co« Brd 30 


34 


40.1 i 


40 


40 ' . • >. 


CPCInti 1 JO 


63 


79' 1 


29' . 


7»'4. '. 


CraoeCo 60 


. 43 


17- , 


17 


1/ 4 


Crowell C 41 


14 


10'< 


10'. 


10'. 


€rwn I 30 


IS 


76'* 


36' ■ 


26' 4 • • 


Curtijj Wrt 


1305 


11 


3l'i 


11 


Cypr4j& Ml 1 


35 


]7<. 


17' I 


J3'4. '. 




D 








OanRiver M 


39 


9'» 


9 


9 - 


DanaCp 1 30 


54 


IS'. 


37'. 


17'4 '• 


Oarl In 30g 


56 


49'. 


46'. 


49'. . '. 


Oayco 1 14 


30 


17 i 


17< I 


17'. '• 


ObyPtt 1 66 


18 


j23 


JilU 


.2* . '. 


Deere 1 04 


Tnr 


-'40 


W • 


40 .1'. 


Del Mnt 1 10 


8 


30>. 


30' I 


70' > 


Dennim 66 


11 


14' 1 


14' • 


34' 4 '4 


OalE044 1 40 


36 


19'. 


19'. 


19>. '4 


Oiam 5nm \ 


147 


IB 


17., 


I7'4 4 


Olaoold 40g 


S7' 


« 


4I>1 


43 • '. 


DItnyW 30g 


174 


179' 1 


177 J 


179.. '4 


Dlltllsea 10 


J 


19 


18'. 


19 . ■ ; 


DrPeppr 43 


74 


46'. 


46' . 


46 . 


OomeAAo ao 


5 


45 


65 


45 . 4 


Dow Ch I 80 


68 


V4 . 




94 , • , 


Dreiser 1 49 


94 


40 '> 


40 


40>4. 4 


Duke P I 40 


79 


?!■ 1 


31., 


2f.>- 1* 


OuPont 3>.d 


57 


la". 


166^. 


167 . . . 


i3uqa4tu.L-6a-. 


. 34 


.TJ'.i 


ilU 


.3J J u 




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EascoC X>g 




17 '. 


w . 


17'. • 4 


Eajlern Air 


781 


71'4 


71 4 


21.4 • 


Eakod 1 04a 


17i 


lit'. 


lll'i 


1)V. • l'4 


Baton C r-JO- 


40 




lOT 


■ ~i 


ElPav>NG 1 


46 


17'( 


1 l.t 


17'. . ■ ' . 


EltraCp 1 38 


5 


1! , 


17 '. 


17 > 4 


ESBInc 1 78 


1^ 


79 


JB . 


19 , 


EiS«lnt I JO 


: 


48^4 


4fl.. 


48>. 1 4 


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30- 


ia . 


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Mdcv R M I 

MddiFd -iSd 

M,jon4»v 1 30 

1 Mdr Oit I AO 

MarMid 1 
Mdfinf-' 1 10- 
MartMr 1 10 

May DS 1 60 
Mover Qv 6? 
Mdytag 
AA«Crov t ?0 
McDnD JOg 
McCrEd r < 
McGr I 60 
McLean 6Q 
-Mvad Cp bO 
Memoren 
MercK I 10 
M C M Inc 
' Mid Sou I 04 
MlnnMM 9(, 
M.nnPL LIA 
Mo Pac A S. 

Mons fO I 10 

Mon5nt 1 80 
MorrisKn i. 
Mororol 60(f 
Mf Fuel 1 80 
MISITcl I i6 
MufpCo 1 30 

Ndbt&tO 3 30 
Nat Airl.nt;! 

NatDr^Iil -90 
Natl Gen SO 
NJI Gyp I Oi 
NalSiecl 3 ; 
Naioman 3^ 







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61 44)- 

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33' i 


46.-. 
73' . 




34 ]4'« 


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34 ». 




33 •/■ J 


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20'. 




13 9 


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40 


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34 ir. 


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100 36"j 


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63 !•> 


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169 VJ , 


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82 


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16 33'. 


33 


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1S5 34'. 


33' • 


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97 36'a 


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36 >. 




S9 16' a 


15'. 


16'. 




48 4-38 , 


)7'. 


18 . 




31s d^'d 


s; - 


60' 4 


7 4 



RoanST 7W 
jtoo&ri.w 77 
ROCtlG'l 30g 
Rokwell I 40 
RonmHi 83 
Rorir"l4id 80 
WOySlCL '56 
RoyalO 3' 4d 

Safewy 1 3S 
SUOMinJ' J 
SIRegu 1 60 
Sander Asio 
Sang Elc 43 - 
SaF tnd' 1 60 
ScnerPio 94 
Scnlumo r J 
S C M Corp ■ 
ScollPap 50 
5aar» 1,40a 
SnellOil 7 40 
SierjaPc 66 
SignalCg .60 
Simn Co 80. 
SingprC 7 40 
SmilhK4J= 7 
5 CalEd 1 S6 
SoulriCo I 10 
SoNaiGs 1 ' ) 
SoPacil 7 08 

50 Rail 1 60 
SOW4IP5 78 ■ 
SpRand 60d 
Square,. D 1 
Squibb I 13d 

51 ttrno 1 66 
Sid Kollsmn 
SloOCal 3 90 
stdOlnd 3 19 
Std NJ 7 Bid 
SJdOriio 7 70 
tilfrlDrn 



392 
33 

343 
35 

118 



I R 

40 
37(4 
33»« 

25' 4 
74' i 

51' 1 
IS 

34' 1 
5'. 
39'. 
20'4 
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IV J«'- 

68 37'i 

S J- 

111 37'i 

47 35 

176 40'. 

56 13 

6 18 



39 >• 
37 >■ 
33>» 
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73' I 
50'.. 

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33' J 

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39'. 
30' I 
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37'4 I 
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35' 4 I 
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391. 

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31'4 

77'4 I 

18' J . 



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may 



decrease tartigkt 



AtlanUi 


.61 




.02 


Blsnutrck 


58 


34 




Boise 


S3 


46 


:zr - 7 


Chicago 


40 


34 


.06 . 


Cleveland 


40 


27 


.01 , 


BsDver . , . 


50 


, 36 




. Des Mfaines 


40 


28 


. 


•Detroit 


■ 45 


19 ' 




Fort Worth 


55 


51 




HonoliUu 


87 


7l» 


' , 


Indianapolis' - 


45 


23 




Jacksonville 


87 


54 




Kansas City - 


44 


3^ 




-Las Vegas i . 


70 


51 




Los Angeles 


72 


96 




Memphis 


51 


35 




Miami- 


85 


77 


■05 


MplsnSt. Paul 


40 


25 




New Orleans 


77 


52 




fievi York 


43 


32 


.13 


""Omaha „ . 


42 




.01 


PhUadelphla 


40 


a 


.25 


Portland, Ore. 


es'- 


-'46 




St. . Louis - 


50 


28 




Salt Lake City 


■57 


46 


.53 


San Diego 


70 


61 ^ 


-.02- 


San Francisco 


60. 


'55 




SeatUe 


47 


43 




Spokane . 


62 


33 




- Washington 


45 


31 


.25 



16 

74>. 



37', . 

36'. 
25 • 
40' . ■• 
13'. 



Twin Falls, northslde, Burley- 
Ftupert area: 
■ Decreasing clouds and 
showers' toni^^ Partly cloudy 
and a little warmer Saturday. 

QuUcK!k.:^fQr Sunday^^ Jlttle . 

'.'.change. Lows tonight in the 30s 
and highs tomorrow in the 60s. 
Camas Prairie, Hailey and 
' lower Wood River .Valley: 



Decreasing clouds and 
showers tonight. Partly cloudy 
and a little w;armer Saturday. 

Outlofik for Sunday, little 
change. Lows tonight in the 

upper 2ns highs tnmnrrniv in (hp 



the mid 50s. 
Synopsis: 

The-ldw pressure center aloft 
now over Nevada" is still 



spreading considera'ble 
cloudiness and prg^dpitiation to 
the southwestern United States. 

Scattered showers will 
continue from the Magic Valley 
eastward thrniigh tonight \\\\t 



drier air now in the-Washington- 
Oregon area will return to all of 
sQulhepi Idaho by Saturday. 
Nighttime temperatures will 



be cooler with readings in the 
30a to low 40s and daytime 
temperatures will continue in 
the 50a and 60s. 

The outlook through the 
weekand appears rather 



Twin Falls 
Temperatures 



unsettled with a chance of some mgb Low Pr. 

showers in tlif!. northern YSster^day ■ -56 46 Jll 

mountains and temperatures Last Year '60 30 

averaging near normal. . f'lorma] 65. 34 



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52- 729 338 729 • 
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303 106^4 .104U 106' . ' 1 



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14 



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752 
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StewVtfn 1 85 
jhjdeW I 30 
Sun Oil 99e 
Sunih.ne Mi 
Sup Oil ) 40 
Sw.l? 6o 70 

Tandy Corp 
Teleavne Ji 
Ten ceo I )A 
Texaco I 64 
Te«E Tr 1 S« 
T«GaiT 1 ifl 
Trx Gulf 60 
TeMinjtr 84 
r« PL T S7d 



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Successful Investing 



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940 



930 



By ROGER E. SPEAR 



Q — Would you please explain 
where 1 can- buy stock in Toyo 
Kogyo? J. H. 

A — Shares of this Japanese 
automaker are traded over-the- 
counter and may be p^Tchased 
thrstlgh ' a r?TaTI l5f okera^ 
house. Because American 
Depository Keceipls are not yet 
available in this security you 
will have to purchase the 
foreign shares which are 



per cent of total sales was taken 
down to income resulting in 
earnings of $2.07 versus 62 cents 
a share in fiscal 1971. Further 
gains are indicated for the. 
current year and shares should 
i\ recovery.' 
Magnavox has reported 
reduced earnings in the first 
two quarters this year, despite 
an 8 per cent higher level of 
sales, hjirthermore. no 



920 



' I I - I I r 1 — I — I . t" 



Dow Jones Average 
30 INDUSTRIALS 



-r.-. v-^ — I — t — f t - r 



HIGH 939.27 
LOW 946.70 
ClOSI 932.12 
DOWN 0.32 



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today's FUNNY 




To.jor'1 FUNNY ..ll Mr Vxa ht 

tock origtH.1 "I^Hmy" UM^ Smm4m»tt 

le: T6do|r'l FUNNY, 1100 Wnt TVM 
Sr . CltnloMl, OKit 4411]. 



Sil 



ver 



NEW YORK (UPI) - Handy 
& Harman Thursday quoted 
silver at 184.2 cents per ounce, 
up 1.2 cent. 




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SHOTCUN 



DC AUK f COST 
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On the Corner of Mam 
and Second Street Wett 



LEGAL NOTICE 



LEGAL NOTICE 



SIfT. 



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subject to an 11 oer cent interest 
equalization tax. 

Toyo. producer of the Wankel- 
powered Mazda car, is Japan's 
third 'largest automobile 
producer with sales at about the 
J900,000 level. These shares are 
currently quoted in the $2 price 
range. 

Q — Should I sell 100 shares of 

Magnavox (NYSK) purchasetl 

in 1966 at t'>.1 7<nrf 'ftf 
Addrcssograph ■ MulUgraph 

I NYSE) bought in 1969 at ITS'" 
- K. W 

A - At the present time you 
have an indicated paper loss of 
W,600 or 40 per cent of your 
originally invested capital. 
While this is a rather bleak 
pttmure, the future for both 
issues may be justifiably 
viewed more optimistically. In 
the case of Addressograph, the 
recovery trend has been amply 
demonstrated by o(^e'ratlng 
results. , 

For the fiscal year ended 
July, sales moved -6 per cent 
, higher to $436 million. Some 3.S 



signidcaTit recovery is 
anticipated before the final 
quarter when consumer product 
sales generally surge. Proce- 
cutting on television sets, which 
has narrowed margins, will 
probably continue to be a 
problem. 



Over The (lounler 

Ouotationt from NASD at 
.pproiimately noon All bidl art 
inttrdaaler bidi. Intardaaiar 
qintationi do not Includa ratall 
markup, mark eJo wn or commllftlon. 
Thtta quotations ar* provldad by 
McRoberti, Sturgiil » Ulricti, Inc 



NEW YORK (UP!) - the 
Bache Technical Service says 
the overall technical pqsition of 
■ tii K iiiaiK et is poised, paitifu- 
larly for the intermediate term. 
"We wish to stress that the 
rally spawned recently by 
peace rurhors has done damage 
to the market's short term 
position. In our view, the best 
technical development would be 
for the market to sell off for 
two— three additional days and 
reach a short-term oversold 
condition," the firm says. 



logy, and lead^lo a" possibly 
explosive rally. Market fun- 
damentals remain favorable, 
-with — f u r tlin r — gains — tn — ttre- 
economy expected 'for the rest . 
of 1972 apd-«n4nto 1973 as well,.. 
Moody's predicted. 



Commodily Fuliiress 

1 1 a.m. Tjxlav 



May Idaho potatoes 
May Maine potatoes 
Oct. live cattle 
April live cattle 
Dec. hogs 
Dec. wheat 
Dec. corn 
Dec. eggs 
Dec. silver , 
July silver coins 

OuotQftons from'louis N 





Eld 


Ask 


Banljof Amer. 


47.124 


47.50 


First'Sec. C. 


42.2S 


43.00 


Ida. 1st Nat '1. 


40.00 


41.00 


West. Bank C. 


35.50 


36.00 


Cont.Ufe 


3.00 




Ida. Pwr. Pfd. 


55.50 


59.00 


Itmn.Gas 


15.50 


15.674 


K^llwood 


19.00 


20.00 


Long. Fibre 


101.00 


104.00 


Ida. Invest. 


.20 


.25 


North. King 


25.12MI 


25.624 


Pac. Eng. 


1.37 Hi 


1.75 


Pac. St. Ufe 


3.75 


4.00 


Quantex 


- -.14 


.18 


Rogers Bros. 


12.25 


13.25 


Sierra Ufe 


4.374 


4.874 


Surety Ufe 


5.00 


5.374 



The favorable third-quarter 
profits trend has had little 
effect on the stock market 
recently, notes Alexander Ha- 
milton Institute, Inc. The 
market has had to rel y insteg d- 
on continued speculation aver 
the possibility of a Vietnam 
War settlement. Neverthless, 
"with the DOw Jones industrial 
average at only 16 times 
earnings and blue chips ..selling 
at reasonable prices and hefty 
yields, our constructive market 
outlook still stands," the firm 
says. 



"The current bombing of 
recent institutional glamor fa- 
vorites is attracting more 
attention in Wall Street... than 
the bombing of North Vietnam 
ever did," reported l.aidlaw i 
Co. Certain speculative bubbles 



THERE'S NOT AAUCH WAITING 
wtien you advertise vacancres wplh 
Want Atls Dial 713 0931 



may be pricked, signaling a 
major turning point, though it 
might not mean wild selling 
flurries. "The radical!) in the 
stQC^, market" are getting a 
"dressing^iown,"— said the re- 
port. 



LEGAL NOTICE 

NOTICE OF SAL F 
Notice IS hereby given thai Gene. 
Powell, P 0 BOK 1105, Twin Falls. 
Idaho, will sell to the highest bidder- 
one 196} Cadillac Park Avenue, No 
630O3M7I Bids will be received 
until October Jl. 1972 The ad 
vertiser reserves the right to reiect 
any or all bids 

PubUsh Oct, 19, 30. 22. 23 24, 25. 30. 

27. 29. and 30. 1972 



Reurve District No. 1} 
State No. 90 

CONSOLIDATEl} llEPORTOF CONDITION 

Qt Twin Falls Bank fi. Trust Company of Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, 
idaiio And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business 
October 10, 1972. a slate banking institution organized and operatlOO under 
the banking law s oi this State and a member of the Federal Reserve 
bysicm "TOBnsfVea^ in accordance with a call made by the State Blinking 
Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District 
ASSETS 

I Cash and due tr47m banks (including too unposted debitsl 7,573,162.37 
3 u 5 Treasury securities • 8,187,508.45 

3 Obligations 01 other u S Government agencies and corporations 00 

4 Obiigationsof States and political sutTdlvlsions 5,169,214.39 

5 Other securities (including 181, OOOcorporatestocksl 81,000.00 
A . Trart i ng af rn iint secur ities -OO 



47,020.79 
834,6]}.ai 



In view of expected high 
earnings gains, most signs point 
to higher prices and a stronger 
market, s&irs Moody's Investors 
Service. Peace in Vietnam 
would bolster investing psycho- 



Prev. 






11:00 


aose 


High 


Low 


•jn. 


$ 7.27 


% 7.24 


$ 7.24 


t 7.24 


5.61 


5.65 


5.55 


5.60 


35.45 


35.65 


34^ 


35.65 


37.85 


37.90 


37.65 


37.87 


28.72 


28.80 


28.60 


28.77 


2194 


2174^^ 


2144 


215 


133*1^ 


133% 


133 


133Va 


.3910 


.3930 


.3835 


.3855 


184.70 


186.80 


184.60 


185.50 


1405 


1410 


1410 


1410 



Ritfen Co*. Twin Rglls 



OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 

FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS 
PLENTXaF FREE PARKING 



Anderson 

fi LUMBER CO. 




TWIN FALLS 



nODYfOR FALL PLANTING!! 

• CERTIFIED NuGaines Wheat 

• CERTIFIED Luther Barley 

• ALSO Non-Certified Varieties 

• NON-CERTIFIED Rye Grain 

Ask About the NEW WONDER GRAIN 

- TRITICALE - 

• HIGH PROTEIN FOLIAGE 
HIGH PROTEIN GRAIN 

• EXTRA HIGH YIELDS 

• PLANT BOTH FALL & SPRING 

& FEED 

Box 445 Truck Lane, Twin Falls . 
7a3^T373 



7 Federal tunds sold and securities purchased under agreements t6/6Mil 

3,000,000.00 

8 Other loans 22.279.144.14 

9 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing 
bank premises 678,607.31 

10 Real estate owned other than bank premises .00 

11 Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated " .00 

12 Customers' liability to this bank on acceptancesoutslanding .00 

13 other assets 508,83664 

14 TOTAL ASSETS 47,476,473:32 

LIABtLITIES 

15 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporalian.s 

21,669,813.13 

16 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor 
porafiocn 17,716,067.60 

17 Deposits 01 oniicd States Government 521,936.50 

18 Deposits of -'ales and political subdivisions 1,692,851.91 

19 Deposits of foreign governments and olflcial Institutions ..00 

20 Deposits of commercial banks 

21 Gertilied andofficers' checks, etc 

22 TOtAL DEPOSITS 42,482,322 74 

(al Total demand deoosits 24,149,819 40 
Ibl Total lime and savings depositi 18,132,503 34 

TOTAL DEPOSITS INFOREIGNOFFICeS 00 

33 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement* to 
repurchase ,00 

34 other liabilities lor borrowed monev 00 
25 Mortgage indebtedneis ,00 

36 Acceptances executed by or for account ot this bank arxt outstanding .00 

37 other liabilities 320,515 40 

38 TOTAL LIABILITIES 42.802,838.14 

39 MINOR ITY INTE REST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIOIAH lES 00 

RESERVE SON LOANS AND SECURITIES 
M Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings} 

455,697 16 

31 other re^er'ves on loans 
3^. Reserves on securities 

33 TOTAL RESERVESON LOAN S AND SECUR IT I ES 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

34 Cao MI notes and debentures 

35 Equity capital, lotal (sum of Items 36t. 40 belowl 

36 Preferred stock total par value 

- (No stvares ovtttan^ing, nonet ■ - 

32 Commonstock'total par value lOO OO.,---' 

(No j t u rai » iuth o»lied 6.0001 (l(o shares outstanding 6.000). 

38 Surplus ZIOO.OOaoO 

39 Undivided protits 1.517,938.02 
40. Reserve for com nQpncles and other capital reserved .00 

41 TOTAL CR*>ITAL ACCOUNTS (Sum OI Items 34 and 35.»*or<l 

"U-^ 4.317,931:02 

42 TOTAL LIABIljITIES.RESERVESi^NlJ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum 
Of Items 28,29,33 8,4'! above) . • 47.476,473.32 

MEMORANIbA ' 

1 . Average o< total deposita. tor the U calendar days ending with c all da t e 

40,815,000.00' 

2. Average of lotal loans lor Itie IS calendar days ending with call d*le 

. TZ^IMOO.Oe 

3. urwarned discount on instalmeriUoans included in capital account* .00 
), L. V. GROVES. Cnhler, of the above named bank iM hereby. tfKlar* 

Tfiat this report of conctition is true 10 the best of my knowledge and MIcf. 

> Ii.-V.^RPVES ' , ■ ■ ' 

we, the .undersloned diHtiton, attest tf>e corrcctnesi of ttris report .of 
condition and declare that It has been examined by'us«nd to the be^t tt our 
knowledge and belief is tr^ie and correct. " 
S CURTIS T. EATON 

s WjLUARO M. REES . ! 

' s- IVAN B. SKINNER 

s- R. O. MCKINNEY 

Directors 

Slate of Idafio. County-ol Twin Falls ss: - ," " ■- V 

Swom'to and sulncribcd before me flijt IMh 
day ot October, t?72. • • 

, S. CARMEN KEVAN v . 

Notary Pilblic ^> " . . • 



SEAL 



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45S.697 16 
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4.217,938.02". 
.00 

600.000.00 




20_Tlrn.es News, Twin Fa»$, Idaho Friday, Oclober 20, 1972 



4rhe PeopleV Choice 
F^r Fosf Resulffs.>« 

■ CUAWA tWIiP ^ 
times: NEWS : 
PEOPLE REACHER 
WANT ADSl _ 




XIASSIFIED 



JUL- 



. Jobvolinlarait — L.I5 



INDEX 

Announcements 



Ul (iw t'l 



Sole.ctedOtlerb 



Real Estate f or Sale 



Merctiatidisc 



44 



A4«le & Female 

DRIVER SALESMEN 
NEEDED 

5 Men (ul) Iirne. 3 pdrl lime 10 
display anu QisirjCijie new 

",consurrior'j5roduct 10' the htfrnfi 

'Twin Falli in 809J 

TAN-TARA 

SKI RESORT 

Opening tor qudlitiecJ sKi 
milruilor Season Dec 10, l»'J. lo 
Martn in. l»/3 Salar/, 
iransportdlion, room and board 
lurnishfcd Contact 0 O Green, 
General Manager or Personnel 
OIlKe. 

TAN TAR A 
SKI RESORT 

0-.age Bench. Mo &S045 • 

3 U MB /vm 



fcxi'l WIf-NCfcD ilUK or wool 
(ji ^'^M•r . iiUli-r woman to lear[i silk 
(jfi'S^iiu; Write (ion / 4,c o Times 

wokK A I nOMe New h|0me_ 
ii-lt-prione lob II 66 tiouf , plus" 
< uniin issions to start. Sell unique 
eliHincai products lull or part 
* tune We tiire the handicapped 
. Wr lie . Light Line Inc . 233 East 69 
St . New York. N Y lOOJI 

■ -WAN-f ^3 Temnte college V 

live in rny iwme Woom will be 
vacant lp2l r\ Will cook meals 
Plioiu; m 4b24 



Auslim&Opportuniiy. ti ButiiMtt^OppeHimHy- 



WHOlESAl^ DISTRIB.UTOR WANTED 

HUNTS" 

SNACK PACK -PRODUCTS- 

HcljutjiM pufticv arc cuf'enfl/ being %elect«d lo dulribulo <nationally fomoui 
MunM !>nfifk Pocli p'oducts through the latent up to date diipcnier\ The 
tlivinhuto' «i? voleet will be (p^ponjiblo for vervjdng. rotilling, and colloc) 
Knj M\<ii\^f tnnTi cunipoiiy lefuied Ipcolion^ m your oreo a port p\ thu 
Idvt y'u«Muj iM.iu\tf>. «hil.r cifco^ aro %till owoilabl«. Applicant! %hould be 
u» leijii VI ol oqc bondable hawe irornportation, and be obid to 

dff.i>tt: H ru lO^fjijn per Meek lo Wort 

On' CASH INVf SlMBNf REQUIRED ■ 
^'lANI J 600 

flAN II ji 500 

flAN III . , , ... ja.OQO 

^. If 'iiru r-fffly iMlcfa^led ifi \)\\\ oppoitun.ry wnto o( phone 

DIVERSIFIED MARKETING GO. 

W6 AiucJeiii). Ave luloro. Colli 93274 
i?09i ^,86 I I8J_ ' ■ 



HemH For ^ti " " *»" 



NEW 3 bedruom, 2 bath 
location. 124.000. ACE 

731.5271. 



, country 
REALTY 



BY OWNER: New 3 Bediro«m IW 
b a l hi. a ll Bl»clitiT-w«t|-tiT^dt«tr- - 
atlractlve financing. 734-2211 (or 
Appolnlmeof . 



BY OWNER; Exceptional 2 story 
older home. Beautifully 
redecorated. 204 7tn Avenue 
North. (73.7S0. Ptione 734 3426 



"HomM'ltM* tol» - 



Sacrlllce' Owner leaving. Small 
equity and take over payment. 
New 3 bedroom, 2 baths, full 
basement, double garage, large 
lot. 733. 3476. 



Farm* 4 RandiM 



jEAun'hcrtrHOME' jtsin nss wSsT" 

of town, over 2,000 square feet. 
Country living ar Its best. 
Information call 733-3343. 



733 3662. 



Nice, 2 bedroom home with full 
oasement and fireplace. JU,365. 
Good Terms. 



Femalt Help, 

PN'S, LPN'S and Aides New young 
progressive mdnagernent of 
genaVic care centers in Goodmg 
and Twin Palls, are seeking RN. 
LPN and AIDES applfcaHons 
Salaty-U)mmensurd\e wi'h ability 

i-and ejtperiency, ' wi'ft , paid 
vaca'ions'. msurdOc-e-rS^id t^oi.davi. 
J A l», Enterprtaes. jnc SKyvicw 



4^ b,,.lll.l^y M.t'" .|.\ 



' La*n. Farm 8. Garden 



117 -"rrrp- 



— . Kcf.r.tiafioaj.1 ■ 



NFEDEQ -2 girls to sell tickets 
(ind work' In b.ar, idayr^ per week, 
5 Lilf crew workers, 1 Rental shop 
' man, Ski instructors, fOlt or part 
. time Call -Ron f/\a\tara at 
' Pomvr<fllu SKi Area, 638 9471, 19 
d.m to to a m daily } 



M 



Employmtnt Agencies 



PERSONNEL ijER^KE of 
Valley, 624 Blue Lakes 
■phcne- /33 i562 



Magic 
North. 



09 



Male Help 



AutofTiottvf 



oa 



Lost Ir Fbiind 



LOST A month old female; rettow 
"tobraoor puppy Oosl vicmify ot 
Hailey and Kelchum October Utn 
Reward offered Phone 726 4JJ4 
days. 7Be 2890 evenings 

M LOST Wi NCME ST E H V\ortct ?0 
oaliber 2'0, Bushneii »ioi3i' ■> 
power liiatk gun i..ise LosT near 
Methodist C huri h t a'Tip 
REWARD^ Phont' ftBft J2SJ 

^. iOK Y - ---^ ■fcw^'tfp4»/- 

represeniativt'' and Desicro 
products sa*i'S h,wi'| N.iti,js MJ 
5626 



REAL Silk apparel O'der now 
for Chris'mas' M<»\on S^oe\ 
uniforms Phone >j'3 ^ytt » w 
Nelson 



WANTED DRIVER salesman 
Apply at 1 T T Coniineotal Bakmg 
C'STTipan/,' MB Washington /33 
■ a6fl2, benefits, retirement 6 O E 

wan TED CAPABLE man. 
knowlrdgcrtbie m sfwp -pr act-wis 
and machinery *.on^I r uC tj^oo . AAusI 
~ 0 p' i Tng •'Trr qet"nn egq- 1 n a gruwmg-- 
buviness Guarantee long hours, 
and hard work incentive to be 
ar r any I'd House avai ^ablt■ 
Dunr(la^nln Concrete Company, 
jotwWemsbefg 436 )432 Rupert 



■>i I L f AMOUS KNAPP SHOtS 
f rtr* I 'm r or f- ufl f irn p Kn app 
•.,ili-sp.-t)ti|f t .»r n \V)r f H»t auS( 
t .ji?iin .\s*)n s Art- HigfuT iti <»n 
t vt'T Nf) liwt'S'mfMt ' f-Htt_ 

L qui piti t;ii t ' f R t-*r Tr amlng 

C'tigf.ltn' Ifi't-f t'SU'iI ' \A'rift' H A 
[■J.M.n /..i Kii.ipp '.^lot'S fVot Hfon 
M,t>,s 0;401 1 

WANTED E,Kperienced accountant 
tor responsiOie position Apply in. 
own hand wrtltng with resume to 

' Box U 2t Times News 

EXPERIENCED BODY MAN, hand 
tools necessary. SO per cent 
commission for 19 00 an hour at 
that rate, apply m person or call 
Gordon s Body Shop, Beltevue. 
786 4216 

DO YOU HAVE aiL'Chan.i al ab-hfy 
.Hid like '0 tneet people^ We have 
an tMioiient |0D opening Magic 
Vailt'v .WiJh earnings oppof I^J'^i'y' 
of USD' per wet-k piuS bonuses 
Wv.if irttiH 7ft4l Bo.se 83702 



•gnd*- V ^ ar etdel — M a nor s ■ in — fwm- 
Falls Green Acres Terrace in 
Goodmg, call John Knu'syn, or 
Bren' Brocksonw.> a' /i3 9036 or 
, visi' Our office a* 640 f-iler Wes'', 
Twin Falls 



Selesmen orSalesvvomcn 



WA-NTBO 



Mr Dick Dey 

ABBIE URIGUEN 
OLDS BUICK OPEL 
AMERICAN MOTORS 



14 



Farm Work Wantad 



CUSTOM PLOWING and discing 
Call Therald Peterson 934 4584. 



Businast Oppor1.unity 



GOOD INCOME New 8 unit com 
pleK. eKceptionally well built, all 2 
bedrooms, appliances, carpeted 
drapes UnnWryrnnm tnnnnn 



Attractive home at I134~nth 
^l"^^^* East, Twin Falls Only 

New 3 BeOroom home on '/i acres, 
(ully carpeted, 3 miles north ol 
Buhl. 119,600. 

I— 

ujvely 3 bedroom, 2 story home on 
l''jacres.-Family room, breakfast 
nook, dining room, utility room. 
Oily »2a,500. 



733 4262 
or evening 



J- 



DUPLEX, J bedroorris each unit. 
Good return. t14,000 
North section, 4 bedroom home lull, 
basement. (19,000 
3 houses, 1 lot, nice location, good 



condition. 



125.000 



FELDTMAN-REAITORS 

911 ShDthon. St M 733 lOIIS 



Pat 9iaw 
LilaAAc Kinney 
Alda Strong 
Al Morgan 



731-0443 
734-3254 
733-0905 
733 31»9 



80 ACRES, dairy, 4 on side 
herringbone,. 103 free stalls. 
taO.OOO. TWIN FALLS REALTY 
733 3642. 



160 ACR ES, full line of machinery in 
good Shape, 160,000. TWIN FALLS 
REALTY, 733-3M3 



«,<AC5reS near Twin' Falls, 2 
bedroom home with a 2 car 
garage-. Ill.SOO. BAILEY 
ROBERTS REALTY, 733 4363. 

Bp ACRES CHOICE FARM, 2 miles 
.^^ocU1, ,3 — miles west, Paul. 

Excellent buildings, 6 room brick 

lull basement. C. C. Hawks estate. 

Attorney William Goodman, 

Rupert 436 4774. 



4 ACRES, S3,$00.00 per acre, zoned 
industrial with trackage, sewer & 
water. Located on Highland Av«. 

■ ■/ 

10 A CRES prime subdivision land 
— roTSted in N.W Twin.' l-ail».' 
(35,000.00, water available now <■ 
there is an CKcellent possibility lor 
sewer next summer. 



40 ACRES HAY and pasture, IJII 
water, ] bedroom home. 533,000. L 
i N REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 
Jerome 334 813) evenings.324 4404 
or 334 4180. 



Owner builder D LUKE 734 3335 



or evenings " 
733'6569ui 53o-IA5t- 



WE HAVE o wholeiole. bu\ine\i 
.ill (u>h occounts growing by lectp) 
""(l^buunds We rteed a dependable 
a\sotiate ,n your' -o^^o-^rrb .S900 00 
iTi.ninioin lo inve\l. in equipr^'ent and* 
iiiKeritory whict* will fuin .owe* obou) 
r*o ''mV% month ly tpcojnc potential. 
! eirtjpliQinjTly higFT All inquir'i^* tl'UI 
' ly lonfrdfriliol ond \hould ' include 
yguf phuoff nyinber and otea code ■ 

CONSOLIDATED . 

CHEMICAL CORP: 

heciff Oned f*fQdu<ft DiV.pon' 

■ Huuvlon Ip.oi 77000 

OR LEASE this busy Twin 
F alis restaurant , owners health 
forces sale Call today Harold 
Kei'hley 7 33 2400 or LAND OF 
F ICE OF IDAHO REALTORS, 
733 07 16, across from Sears 



3 BEDROOM BRICK Gold 
Medallion.. double carport. 
Northeast section o* Jerome 

L 8. N Real Estate 

Jerinme 324 8123 
,£y£pings, 374 4304 
or 324 5986 



REAL GOOD I-NVBSTMBIUT 
2 Nice Twin Falls homes on I lot, 1 
has 3- bedrooms, other has I 
txdroom, Xhey both have partial 
txasements, gas furnaces and 
garages Both In very good slate of • 
repair Priced at t20.S00 

TAYLORAGENCY 

Member ot Twin Fells 
"MLS" Service 
— tJorratOTayrerrBISSker 473 5789 
Mason Smith ' 734 4906 

V/iryil Wilson 423 4137 

NEW LISTING East locaiioh 2 



GOODING AREA. 120 acres with 
year round stream through 
properly. Nice 4 Bedroom home 
with fireplace and family room. 
185,000. Gene Conner, 733 4019 or 
Kay Harrison, Realty. 733 2T" 




FOR 
SALE 



GEM STATE 

REALTY 
733.5336 



1 



3 BEDROOMS. FAMILY' room', 
I fireplace, patio, close to schools, 
shopping, nice neighborhood 734 
3405 



• EXTRA! EXTRA! 

I CO'm'e "and see all the "Enfras" 
in Ihis daz/ling brick home 3 
bedrooms. Pj baths, and bcautilul 
rock fireplace Lcveiy yard with 
trees and shrub Under ground , 
sprinkling system lor easy living 
This 1% a dei'ighiful setting in an' 

-exclusive neighborhood /Wake 
your appointment riow Only 
127.800 



SPECIAL TO BE SOLD 
WITHIN 10 DAYS ' 
,aoo ACc^ik, very nice 4 bedroom 
'home, lots of out buildings. Creek 
and springs located in little valley 
by iisell An ideal cattle, horse or 
dairy larm Call lor price and 
[J""* .Courtesy lo other Real 
bedroom home, large living room i E'tate ' Brokers,' we mvile your 
«id dining area, carpeted, nice I Participation in the sale of Ihe 
■pbniry. large kitchen'. Extra large I Si"?,"','' IVERSQN REALTY.' 
lot with garden spot Garage. Only ' '34 5243 

513.000 Call Eunice Cooper, 733 i 

4440 or LAND OFFICE OF | pnOCAl C D V rtlA/KtC n 

-JDAHO.. REALTORS .. 7?.ri)7iA hOK S AL E B Y QWNE R 



CHOICE 3.2 commercial acres </< 
milt from KImberly Road, on 
Eastland. 733 7J73. 



B«b;^rt ers- 



JACK AND JU L, Nursery, licensed 
child c.<lre Supervised acl.vities 
1104 IDIh 'Avenii,, EaM in 6i47 . 



Q)ild Care Ic hOice ma in str eet business 
r~wraTrig:~BrrcI!~an3~fram'e TTfl 
. .- 1 square feet, plenty of parking. 

Harold Keithley 733 2400 Or LAND • 
OFFICE OF IDAHO. REALTORS 
'33 07 16 



£11 
EALTY 



BAb Y sn 1 1 r^(> 



BABYSI I I IN<j IN n 
t)atji("i .uul childrt' 
phone m 0 t8V 



I ove 
<tgt*> 



DE PE N DA (U E 



[lAOYSiTTiNG ih 
ing ruwiir' Will dQ 



I SALES OR MANAGERIAL ability, 
whose business are you bu'ldmg? 
Wh V not your own"* Start now 
retire m 5 years on SI. 000a month. 
Call 134 Sa49 , 

OWNER RE TIRING Busy B unit 
mot el Good Uvmg quart ers 
150,000 Trades considered ACE 

■ REAL T Y 733 S217 



Please Call 73^-4079 (anytime) 
BlaineAnderson 733 1647 

TDAue Kamlllft. Broker 
Consultant and Appraiser 



CHOICE - ALTURASDRIVE 
. AN .brick - first time ottered 
spacious 3 bedroom, lovely lull 
path oil large mailer bedrpom, _ 
formal- dining roprti, fire'place, 
huge double garege Beautiful 
grounds All dou'ble windows. Main- 
floor utility covered patio. Part 
basement with . recreation room 
and fourth bedroom , t3;.500 
ACREAGE -nOR THE AST 

iMewer brick, 3 lovely bedrooms 
plus huge family room. Almost 
2.000 sqdare feet ol living space 2 
i large baths All electric Lols~ol 
; privacy This is the one you've 
' been waiting for. Just t34.000 
*-t-OoDd -toiin "can-B5 cissumBd- ■ 

^agicyalley 



Realty 



1(1 North Blue Lakes' 
733 55(0 

Larry Jones ;i4 4090 

Man Gail ey 423 4 189 

Gordon Crockett 733 4531 



rofiing j M4 40'S 



■ 3 " g ' 



Utuatlons Wxnted 



ROTO TILLING arid blade work No 
iob tcx3 large orismall, give us a 
ca ll D eloy Bingham ?33 2429 

BACKHOE SERVICE, call 7J3 9340 

FENCE POST HOLE drilling 15 
^ents a Dole Phone '34 3282 



A REAL MONEY MAKER. Senior 
Citi'en home wilh room for 15 
perscxis . See this and you will see 
the opportunity Paul- Dana 543 
4411 or^LAND OFFICE OF 
IDAHO. -REALTORS 733 0716 

8 UNIT MOTEL. S room home. 2 
- stall garage 73 3 8033 SELL OR 
TRADE 



REALTY 

840 Add'%on 

733 3662 ^ ^"oo 




PRICE JUST REDUCED dy J 1000 
on this 2 bedroom brick home with 
Targe lot ExceMent location, new 
price 514,000 CaJt Stanley Wallers 
734 3107 or. LAND OFf=ICE OF 
I DAHO 733 0716 



Money to Loan i 



• ri'd ^rifff yOu itff or loahing 'or 
rtiul r If fnu'n' {M-()»'t .t% St'inl 
'0" Hrx / A r n T 'mcs NPW^ 



VETERAN desires lull or part time 
work C 0 1 1 t' a fi d m 1 1 1 f a r v 

Tflm-ng -w elet'ron'ts soles ana 
managemt-nt e»perifnie >n reMii 
sales ot ciec'ronit itut ( nandise 
■ Call L D ■BC7n(7T-'33 977a 



LOOKING FOR A LARGE LOAN? 
Ask about our* Homeowners 
program G A C Finance 140 2nd 
S'reei East. Twin Falls. 733 1066 



1 1 Ni I I) r -J." 



W 1 1 L DO I W UN I NU -w Ml * h,i 
7 H .1496 

I nc h(ii khof s»T I f O'f ' 
gr fi 'Muled Call tor 
cs' iTia' f i.'ft -1808 C'f'us Swii. 



and 
tree 



-fXERcise -Mf t-.,-.v w.-.i- 
Walton fteit V tjr.iii.f', sptfii 
Bikes Ac'iivn l yties ana Massage 
Rollers a'.BiUmcr f urn 'urr Mj 
U21 



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REDUCE r«<.i'NS tiu-Js - 
irrt L osp AC gM A 'ti Oe» A 
Diet capsuM". ^'."<n y 

Drugs 

^ OR HOME fcgu'y uirtns L>honr 
Clark Benne*' a- ' U 4700 

MAGIC VALLEY MASSAOfc 
BA-CK ACH E ' Try sVam a^ifl 
massage, women weuome 

701 LOCUS', 713 1627, 9 a rn ? p m 

AlCOHOLtCS Anonymous T»»,in 
Falls courthouse. Wednesday a' 
B 00 p m A I Anon 3rd Floor 
ReHabhouse l» r*h Avenue Eas' 
Tueiday ana Sunday 8 00 p m 
Phone 733 9762 

^ELr MYPNOSii 'augMt h> a io«ai 
prolessiona I y 'ra nni H^pno, 
Tecfimr lan pho^r 4;iii*A 



PRIVATE inves'-ga'or 24 Hour 
Service All conf.den'iai Phone 
733 6631 niory^3 



lN^,Lt Ht nwt- O.MAN 
i.iri'*flKif to- "R*!* Volj* 
N'^rin ^rtlrt'■¥ pirti,e 'o live 
164 V^fl.n A.criui' North 



POSi TlON WANTED f^<i'\A'^^T . 
' liU tftTA .if-^ r i)fgt' C <i " ii' i>p*'r a'or 

v%' no« Z 1. 0 Times fs^ews 
M Farm Work Wanted 



VAN r TO BOR ROW II 000 or more 

lur real es'a'e investments 
iicLufL-d wi!n..jccdl est^£4 10 pei.. 

Lfi' per year interest paid yearly 
ur mon'hlv Phone 733 4157 



Homes For Sale 



HOMEOWNERS SAVE 



I FOR A SONG' 
i Cute 2 bedrQoni, fenced yofd yds 
, heot, ditch woler Would malte o good 
rental S6500 

THE UPSTAIRS & IHE D0WN',I4|RS . 
Good return on youi in»p\tm,-iit n 
renloU olwoys lull 

Spacious 4 bed'OOm tsomr In'ij.: Tol 
plenty ol loom to' additional <|,-.rl>>u 
ment I 73 7 3. d A«e E 5 I i «V) 

t»)h«, Borle 733-i4(}6 
Ai.illa Robb.ns 423 4436 
Bill Ralphs 733 B023 
leiiy Robbins 4?3 4436 

Keiiis Rob.nsanr34 3893 ' 



, IRISH 

REAL FST*''E 

734 3408 

We art members 
'Listing 



5 FARMS 

1120 acres, 923 developed, balance 
in pasture 5180 per acre with 80 
percent tmancihg Pl-anted to 
'allalla. pasture, and grain 3 
Ijedroom home, barn, and corralt 
14ft acre 5prin.kler system. Four 
wells plus clear creek water nghls 

677 acres. tISO.OOO with 80 percitnt 
financing Crops are, alfalfa, 
pasture, and gram 3 bedroom 
home, shop, parn. and good 
j corrals New 50.000 bushel gram 
I storage 3 wells plus Raft River 
I water riqhts 

i 1240 acres 400 acres sprinkler 
'system Fenced 2 wells plus ad 

pdirrarrar •wsTer— rrtrhTS — p-rrfr" 

' 5124,000 with 80 oercent financing 

' 280 acres All irrigated by 
I sprinkler system and planted'to 
I allalfa. One well. Fenced plus 
corrals Price JI20.000 witti 80 
I percer^l tinanc ing ' 

17740 acres pasture Planted to 
crested wheat' Springs Mow year 
around Price »I50,000 with 80 
percent financinq _ 

All farms located m Raft River 
i valley near Highway 30 South Call 
collect 678.111 2 mornings ana . 
evenings, or 678 2249 days 

J40 ACRES gravity irrigated- 
'pasture -with new home 5100,000 

' Hagerman Realty 

JohnLeMoyne 837 4443 

IBobLaurason S37 4883 

IBill Hornaday ' 837 4435 



' 80 ACRKS. 80 shares water/ fair 
home, good loafing shed ^nd barn. 

I 538,000. }40 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 
excellent 3 bedroom home, barn 
and corrals. 145,000 1003 ACRES, 
3S0 irrigated, plenty ol exh-a 
water. 1,323 AUN's plus 600 acres 
BLM good improvements, will 
. run UO head easily. »I87,500. 934- 
4231 

80 ACRES FULL SHARES OF TWIN 

; rFHLLS ' waier> mDBBrJL-.l: 
bedrdom home, priced for a quick 
sale at 510,000 WEST END 
REALI/Y IM Broadway Street. 
Buhl S43 4409.- 

HC1M"FoR -SUBDIVISION 'site 7 3 
acres adl.acent -jerome ■ B L. 
Hendry 324,20ea. 



2 BEDROOM home in choice 
location EHtra large lot New 
carpet Worth the money at 
515.000 Call Stanley Walters, 7>l 
310' or LANDOFFICE OF'IOAHO 
REALTORS. 733 0714 



ACREAGES lor sale Jerome area, 
wiH finance Phone 324 8006 



BUILDING LOT on choice location, 
8S' « 102-u ilJSO Carr Stanley 
Walters 7 34 3 1 07 or LAND OF 
F ICE OF IDAHO 733 0714. 



ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom home, I 8. 
baths On 5 acres Call Stanley 
Walter- . Heritor '34 310' 

1 ACRE COUNTRY lot. excellent 
view Phone '34 459' 

18 AC R E S gooti ieJel farm land, no 
b"ufldtngs. close to Wendell. 
IIS.OOO 

HAGERMAN REALTY 



John LcMoyne 
Bob Laurasor? 
Bill Hornaday 



83' 4443 
83' 4883 
'837 6435 



5 ACRE BUILDING lots lor sale 31.1 
miles Irom Twin Falls. Incfuding 
choice canyon sites G W War 
ner 733 9476 



ot Multiple 
Service Call us lor 
inlorm'ation on homes, farms lots 
or commercial ' 



641 West Mam 



Edna Irish. Broker 
aM,Hi«-BAF4Uva& 

Cyndv ErtckscJn 
Betty Milton 
l>»nnis Smith 



Res 543 5727 
Res- 733 3500. . 
Bes 733 7347 
Res 734 4602 
Res 324 830' 



40 ACRES NEAR Jerome. 40 
shares of water, good land Fair 
house Priced right 535,000. 

80 ACRES dairy farm, excellent 2 
bedroom home. 4 to a stdt 
Herringbone milk barn Top land 
all this for "$80,000 

A_GOING Business, t«ciUenl 
oppdf^'urifTy onTlighway 93 A good 
volumin with room for 
expansion. 535.000 



Oulol Town HouMS 



«V AN I Ml WilU I I 



S A I e ^ V ,\ N I 
S".--.' '..I..- 



GREEN CHOPPING 

Yclur Mylagt^ tor ,igi' s.tver dealer 
L t O S r U S 1 OM t A W -Vi NG 



oanDy GPiDlEY 
I 446 Ftl^r Avtr F 
T«i- F(,lh 
I t , . ,^ tr iim M S< Hool > 



7th AVENUE EAST - Vacant 
Newly redecorated 3 bedroom, 1 , 
t>ath, den, car^iieted throughout 
-New drapes, asking iJO.OOO, h'rjng^ 
offer 

7TH AVENUE EAST - Vacant 
Price reduced for quick sale On 
this remodeled fully carpeted 3 , 
bedroom home $15,S00 will not buy 
more. Hurry! 



LOVELY. LANDSCAPED 3 
bedroom, total efectnc home on I 
acre 134,000 &uht, S43 



FOUR BE DROOM bfick, two baths, 
'wo (ireplaces. fully carpeted 
Tr ade equi' y lor dovwi payment on 
far in Ptione 423 4210 atiw 5pm 



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Real Estate Wanted 



Female Help 



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Male A Female 



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PQu pmeni 3?ft4A31 Denver 

HAYSTACmNl. WAMeD , 
harrow beO 9 h gh ' 
e«pef <encp Phone 42.) b'; 
S.'io after t L>0 ti 

Custom plowing < 

ha"0*tn<g OkJne any'tme 



M no 
new 



(■ears 
or 473 



r roto 
'34 4361 



TELL me . do you I. he irionpv ' I »ie 

people'' Are you over JS"* Have you 
-iQinours per week you lou'd spend 
in .vwf-JI OA.d rne sales oh'' 

tt your answer s ves* to *^ese * 
questions! we snouid ge' together 
PHone 376 5910 

VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTORS 

In the fieia of tarm Tr^f^or diesei 
mechanics EtC'^Ment Ben^t -s 
Retirement prograrr^ 'ft vears^ot 
dealership exper mte reou ' fH3 
No degree neces^ary 
Contact 

Llovd Hutchison 

Idafto State Universitv 

Pocatello, Idaho 

J36W1 - 
After Sp^m m 2904 

SALESPERSON ' Opening lor 
exper.enced ' rest estate 
saresperson t© m'anao* 
operate a real estate branc^h office 
in Bohl contact Western Realty, 
733 2345 

DISHWASHER wanted Koto's Cafe 



mature saleslady tor locai 'ad'es 
ready to wear store, utpef lence 
desirable but must rave 
personafity p'us. wfite Times 
News Bo« I 3 

SGCRETARV Au'omat.c 
typewriter operator with .n'-' at ve 
'0 take cwitroi of nd v dua* 
responsibilities ana pertorm 
w'Jhout cOnstan' supervs.otp 
tnrtudrs protjressrve trga' 
secretarial 'raining write P O 
Bo'w 105 Tvv-n Taii^ 

1 1 Sale»ffief76r SlWSwobeft 



us r I) V wo T o r n 
Aorh' kO'TL^ga 
'her s PNine 

2146 



L iNu iind blade 
ng MJuser 
'J3 J'62 or 734 



stile raim Ftie ind Cisuilly Coirpany 



>ORSALf:BYOWNER 113acres, 
1 twcjroiim 2 tar garage, plenty of 
s' f wiis and Hower s N tce lawn, 
u.i'tiffi and pas'ure Will trade for 
<i , f Nome n Jerome Phone 324 

40^1 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION ranch 
s'vie 3 bedroom 3 batri 1 1 acre. 

gold 'ric0aiiion air condition, 
double qaraoe covered paiio. 
t)»j'itins appiances iireptace. 
prestige northeaM location Ortly 
179 900 Edna insh Real Estate 
M4 U08 evenings ;J3 3iO0 



' SACRIFICE 

Owner Iransferred vacant 3 
bt»droom 2 bath, sauna. ck)oi. ail 
ViCK. 2 fireplaces Asking 142.500 



FEIDTMAN-REALTORS 




LOBE 

REALTY 

TU-t«tB 



WOULD LIKE TO 
farm Write Box 
News 



BUY Soufhside 
y 13. c 0 Times 




140 ACRES very nice homes and 
out buildings This is one ol the 
highest productive farms in this 
area Close to Gooding on oiled 
road 595,000 with terms 

170 ACRES most all hay and 
pa!|tur,ev open stream through 
larm and ideal 75-80 head cattle 

. is' Ufi. . Qlflsr tyat iiame.. Urae 

barn This is a good grass ranch 
542. oro wiih terms 

lyerson Realty 

Gooding. Idaho 



Harvey 
Owain 
Roger 



934 4354 
934 5 3J3 
934 4040 



Farmi ft RandiM 



733 5035, 733 3340. '31 3473 '13 S45' 
'13 :5«.. ' JJ »04S 



TC ' ^ OF ' 'jrtjruoms in this 1440 
square tcxit brick home 3 baths. 7 
fireplaces, lots of extras. 544.^00 

Call Elmer Sommer 733 i59' 

Eunice Cooper '13 4960 or land 

OFFICE-Off^ IDAHO, REALTORS 
'33 071* 



//HARRISON 
K REALTY 



60 ACRES, 4'/^ milei from Jerome. 3 
bedroom older home 132.500 
STOCKMEN'S REALTY 600 South 
Lincoln, Jerome 324 OAS, 324 
4375, »4 S73S 



EXCEPTIONAL good s^ort 80 
near town on oited road Land m a 
high state of cultivation, large 
square fields and very few rocks 
Good modern 2 bedroorri home 
Call tor appointment to see 

DRYDEN AGENCY 

374 S73; 



40J So l.xol" 
3?4r4833-^ 5J4 7604 



100 AC R E S ON E of the better terms 
in the valley, fireplace, water, 4 
bedroom home and out buildings 
5100.000 CLEAR LAKES 
AGENCY 543 4444 evenings Ken 
BCecher 54 3 4180 

Several Large Cattle ranches, 
ample water, pas'ure and teed 
Priced right Call Bill Pe'ers 
levenings '13 8711 1 

Feldtman — Realtors 

93J Shoshone St N '33 I98B 



-3 ACHES with lovely 3 bedroom 

hutite, — rtrr pf ave.- "paseitien-t; 

530.000 Elmer Sommer '33 5 5 9 7. 

Stanley Walters. '34 310' or LAND 
.. OFFICE OF IDAHO. REALTORS 

'33 0714 

SPACIOUS i bedroorri brick horn* 
with 8 acres of pasture This is 
truly a lovely lucury hbme Joan 
SchwartI 835 S608 or L A fi^ D 
OFFICE OF IDAHO, R^AtTORS 
'33 0714 



ACREAGE $18,000 

JUST OUT ot Wendell 3 8 acres 
with a clean 3 bedroom home, one 
large barn plus a stanchion barn, 
lull water rights lor pasture, lots of 
trees and a view 



733 7322 



HAY b T AC K 1 NO Me\^ J . 

41 bale Bes' s'ai v R« , 
S4J4 - - 



-de a 
'ley 433 



Need 

one 



line 
Ac 



AAANUR E HAULING 



L .il.&r .d9C 
Custom r,trm"n5 



BY OWNER, large home. 15 rooms, 
.-.very nice 255 4th Avenue E«st 

Call .733 7177' 



N E W OU PLE X 

CHOtCG '' >4orlhe»»i location, 
.renting for 51'5 aside Pnced at 
.only tlS.OOO 



tworkshpp? Here's 
with 330 wiring 
companying home is a xveli Kept 3 
bedroom, bright kitchen with 
range included C6od terms can be 
arranged 515.500 

Choiife neighbortwod.' New shag 
carpet in living room, fireplace, 
ooty brealtfast nook, total of rtiree 
bedrooms. tMsement lamily room 
Fenced yard 119.900 



JfROME IDAHO 



80 ACRES NORTHSIDE. lovely 
home, very gcxid buy '17^ lyeres 
southwest of Flier. 3 homes, good 
improvements 130 South of Biihl. 
^etentjy remodeled home. 75 ware 
acres between Flier and Twin Call 
Getie Hopkins 543 4445 or LAND 
OFFICEOF IDAHO. R EALTORS 
'33 07 14 



Salesmen or Saleswomen 



EDUCATORSgel only 3 World Book 
Sales in October and earn' your 
-very own se» ol World Books for 
Oiristmas- For information iwrite. 
Vern Krinlce. Box n. Filer. Idaho. 



SALES PERSONNEL 
SALESMAN WANTED 

To work in the Twin Falls — Mountain Home cJreo Re 
quires experience in sales, of sprinkler irrigation iystemi 
oncJ pumps Prefer sop^eone wifh experience m soles of. 
Pivot systems 

~ CONTACT: ROLAND BARTON 

PARMA WATER LIFTER CO. 

BOX 248 PARMA. (OAHO 83660 
Phone 722 512n 




Dorothy Kolar 
Gene Conner 



7334848 
73) 4019 



1043 Blue Li^kes North 
Rick Savage 



43130»J 



NEW LISTING, extra nice } 
bedroom twme Close to shopping 
and schools, close in locatiori, part 
basement, garage Only 510.500 
Nadlne Koepnick 733 7 397 or 
LAND OFFICE OF IDAHO 733 
0714 ____ 

i GRACJOtJS 4 bedroom, birch 
I kitchen. 517.000 UO IC.h East 
ACE REALTY 733.5317. 



BYOWN-ER 

Northeast Location, close 10 
school Lovely 2'^ year oifl split 
level, air conditioned, fully 
carpeted 4 beclroom home Etitra 
large closets, 3 bath, family room, 
lOv'ely living room witfi fireplace 
Kitchen has bultt^ self cleaning 
rjnge, dishwfher, disposal and 
real nice pantry. Double tarpon, 
covered patla'and attached party 
room or office, sprinkler system. 
537.500 shown by appointment 
only. f>tK>ne-TO-4043. - 



WANT TO BUY 140 acres Or more 
from Owner Vus' afl-F'<TS 324 
4177 



|V|ageJ Realty 

55 ACRES approximately 10 miles 
Soo'h Twin Falls Weft kept 5 
bedroom home. 3 baths. lireBiac* 
545.000 7 33 1 343 



IMMACULATE 3 bedroom 
home, carpets, drapes. ,fenc< 
patio, carpet, nice location, and 
priced to sell. 731M03. 



brick 

cA.- 



120 200 ACRES r. i- 
proved Tradeable ACt KbM. 
) 33 5317 



HIGHWAY FRONTAGE Close to 
Twin. 63 acr«s_wjtn remodeled 3 
bedroom home 544.000 Gene 
Conner. 733 4019 or Kay Harrison 
Realty, m rrtJl 



3 BEDROOM ELECTRIC heated, 
log house Beautifully set m tall 
evMireen trees Machinery, oyt 
flullVlngs. corrals, all included in 
340 acres, further development 
possible 545.000. wrni terms 

THORNE REALTY 

S84 2071 B0> 144 
Shoshone 

Ann Wilson. Wendell 534 3 41' 

Herbert Thome. Murtaugh 433-5341 
Cllft Dixon,Good!r«l ' 93 4 5111 

FARM SUB DIVIDE OR BOTH 
I04acres 2 miles t«MTr"Twin"Falls 
'a mif* froniaoB-im -Slue Lakes 
Blvd Good soil. Twin Falls canal 
water, really a bargain at 5150.000 
with terms 

jdHNSTGNE REALTY 

Bob Jones . 

Harry Johnstone 734 4O40 



FOR 
SALE 



30 or 40 ACRES 4 mil*s from 
J»rome Will linaoce Phone 334 
8004 



BuslnMt Prsperty 



Commercial Property I 
A SPECIALTY I 
Feldtman-Realtors 733 1911; 



CHOICE 5 ACRES Excellent view, 
soil, location Southwest Twin. 713 
2*70.' n4 3708 



AtoMla Hemes 



7,41 ACRES one Of Ihe best, 3 homes. 
5225.000. TWIN FALLS REALTV 
733 3443. 



FOR SALE: Deluxe office building. 
U500 square feet in main office 
which consists of 4 private offices 
plus secretary space and 
reception. 3 other separate offices 
each having separate entrance, 
one under long term lease 
separate restroom. Full basement 
whidti used as deluxe- 2 bedroom 
apartment. Rents for 5135.00 
monrh. Apartment has separate 
entrance, excellent parking and 
location. Good gross potential. 733 
S071 day. 711-I149 evenings or 324 

-2133 eveQlnd*. \ 



EXCELLENT CONDITtON 1944 
Nashua 10x55 with 7x12 Expando 
Extra 7x30 BaeVroom ShaFp 
Jerome 334 5040 



FOR SALE I4xa4 S month old 
Broadmore trailer. 3 bedroom, 
front living room. Phone 134 3417 



FOR SALE 1972 44 I 24 Great 
. Lakes, all electric, plus every 
option, air conditioned, plus extra 
room built on. big deck, patio 
cover and window awning. Laiy J 
Mabile<Ranch No 13. Phone 734- 
4515. . ^ 



Mobilt Homn M 



' AAobilt HomM 13 Furnlslwd Apt^< * DupltxM 



34 



""""l* Miic«IUn«o»ii For SaU 40 MltcclUnMui For Sal* 41 



8'- 10'- 12' Wide 

USED 
MOBILE HOMES 

15 Units In Sfock , 

Selection at Gateway Trailer Center On 
Used Mobile Homes is now at its peak, 
we've taken in ,these unTts on new Mobile 
"Homes and you con now buy on excellent 
used Mojji|«-Home and save lots of money. 



G 



ATE.\VAY 

TRAILER CENTER 



- BiCike Street At Addison . 
Twin FaUij' Phone 733r2410 



4 ROOM APARTMENT'aflractlvely 1 
turnished, very clean, married ► 
. rniipip, rtepo^it , nnrt — refrrfnr f^.; 



' required, r^o pels. Phone 733 

J3 Unfurnish«4l Apt*- ' 

I A OuplixM I 

NEW 2 bedroom with kitchen dp ■ 

pliances, utility and storage room. ' 

Enclosed carport, aktractively 
• linisned at SISO per rfionth Call 

733 9311 LYNWOOD REALTY 410 

Blue Lakes Nonh 



PRIVATE BATHS, CLEAN, private 
entrance. Close to college, 
» o^ VthlnB l u iiil s li ea. — NO p€nr 



tut iilslieu. 
Phone 734'}0e6. ^ 



APARTMENTS and sleeping rooms 
for rent. 448 Main Avenue South. 



15 



Mobile Homes 



Inear LYNWOOO all electric, J 
bedrooms. ' 1 '.j baths, air 

I "ccMiditiQning, , dishwasher, 1000 
square teel, yard work, utilities 
except electricity, November 1. 

, SI8S 346 Buchanan, 733 0445 



1969 FLEETWOOD Mobile home 
lJx60tor saleor trade on home and 
acr«age in country, 734 3347, 

tOx 55 SPACE MASTER 3 bedroom. 
Phone 734 J894 



AVAILABLE NOVEMBER Isl, two 
new 3 bedroom beautifully 
deeoraled. duplexes, UOO square 

. loet, baJ?Tnent. y i baths, drapes, 
carpeted _Walei; and yard worV 
turnished Excellent location. 
Shown by appointment WJS 
monrhly,-733 0146, ,. 



NEW COM^CT J bedroorn duplex 
in Ideal north location, near hipb 
school Kitchen .(umistied wjth 
.range, refrigef ator and desposalcj' 
All windows draped and lloorS 
carpeted, air conditioning comfort 
for next summer's heat! Garaoe 
and utflily storage Call 7 33 8480 



1971 64' MOBI 
'in H^jjermsi 

PUR lix&U e.o 



ILE HOME, furnished, 
•rj. Bill Snapp, 837 4763. 



T 



-~FOirS7^tB~3ZByT2Toot Building 

Con Be Used A* A BMutituI 2 Bed'^om Cobin With Prac- 
tically no Remodeling. Complete with 2 Large Picture Win- 
dows, Both, modern structure with overhanging roof, front 
and rear entry. j 

MAKE OFFER!! 

THEISEN MOTORS 



701 Main Ave. E. 



73;3-7700 



WanttdloBuy f 4t Htatlng « Mr CMidltloiiIng 



bench grinder, 
733 7007. 



Phone 



7780 or 



WILL- BUY direct or Auction your 
furniture — appllence* - odds & 
endi, Sneke klver Auction. 713 



CASH FOR SCRAP METAL 
Copper, Bran. Aluminum, 
Radletor, Betterlet, Etc. 
H. KOPPEL CO, 
)S3 »id Avmue South 

(WANTED TO BUY; old Silver c^ 
I before I9A4, Call 678 5196 after S 

o,m 



blowers, 3 yea'rs old. Originally 
(300.00. Sell for tISO.OO, Cell 934- 
5S34 or 934 5323. 



WANTED — Good used.oll h'aters. ' 
■ trash burners and Stoker matlcs. 
■Banner Purnlture 733.1431. 



USED NATURAL gas floor lurn'sce, 
all parts including thermostat. 
Good CQndition t30. f 34 3880. 



SO 



43 



Antiques 



MOBILE HOME, 
Rentr-e' months af time, 1st last 
mon;h advance, 334. 5606. 



Office A Business 



OPPrCE SPACE available soon on 
Blue Lakes rgorth Phone 375 3616 
or 733 0716. 



M 



Wanted to Rent i' 



9»c to 2,99 Stereo Tapes, Thee Tape 
Shop, 348 Main Ave, S. 

SELL US your tapes. Thee T;ape 
Shop, 348 Main Ave. S^ 

BRUNSWICK, D«lta and THEA pool 
tables, accessories. Sales' and 
Service, nefr used James 
Clark, 733 5601, after 4 00 and 
weekends. 



OARAOE SALE 
October 31 33. 
miscellaneous. 



Garage SalM ' 

1335 Popljr, 
Ljle- ■ ■ reft,- 



1 — 1966 BULL TACO, 1- 
HONDA. excellent condition, 1 
12'x64' BILTMORE MOBILE 

'-HOME, "low down, take over 
payments. 433 4 337 10 a m. — 9 
p.m. 



! RED BARN, XVt North Washington. 

Ironware ()lshes, furniture. Buy 

1968 <. and sell. Restore. 



MECCA FOR THE WORLD'S 
, RESIDUE, visit Pete Johnston. 
313 South Washington (Airport 



GARAGE SALE: Infants, boys, and 
womem's wear, many household 
and miscellaneous Items, 9—5 
Saturday, October 31st at Stt 
Fillmore 733 5J03, -. 



WANT -TO RENT Approximately 
too acres of farm ground near 
Haiejfoc, good'farmers, and good 
equipment, references. Write Box 

• Y 17. CO Times News 



SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH t^EWTT" 
Repossessed. Fully automat 



j CRAFTSMAN WOODSHARPENER 
^ horsepower motor, stand 
Heavy cable winch. 10 horsepower 
engine. Phone 433 4271 ; 

LATEST MODEL Remington 
Electric Razor like newt $15.00. 
713 3381. 



44 



Musical Instrumantt 



i DR UM" 
I S3. 50 



LESSONS - one 
- Call 7UJi654. 



GARAGE SALE Thursday, Friday. 
Saturday 410 North Cleveland, 
Jerome, Mens, womens, girls 
clothes, vdasher, dryer, refrigerator 
stoVe, 3 saddles, oval rug, antlqJe 
oak buffet, IS" snow fires and rims, 
miscellaneous and small appliances.. 



malLc. 
ythiiVg. 




40 



Miscallanaous For Sale 



Original price over S300. Assume 
payments or 178 full price 713 



CORRUGATED FIBERGLASS for 

palios, fences, trailer shinlno or 

any use where u a . (food looliing 



ANYTHING ON this page you want 
i lo finance. Call Clark Bennett at 
' 714 4700. 



i FOR SALE: Twin stroller, »35. Like 
! new, 436 3057. 

INEEDLEPOINT TAPESTRY yai'n, 
j canvas. Crewel, kits and stools. 

Mour '10:00 -a.fn. to 4:0fl p.m^. 

.jweek4ays. Saturday -lOiOO 4o. U.OQ. 
' 7313804, AArs. William Bruley, 153 
9tn Avenue East. 



cheaply priced material. is desired. : carpets c&me clean with our 
Western Nursery: IlSdOtif .aljs^ . ; '..Allaohine, Rent HOST SI. WJlson 



14' WIDE 
BRGADMORE 

Secjulilul 
? BedrooiTu 
BolKi 

OlSCOuNrfD ro , 

^8495 

^MUinti'iy An (jfiytft/ 



"mm 



/litT^MOBlLE 

SgSJSi^HOMES 

1839 Kimberly Rd. 734-3440 

OPEN 7 DAYS 9 TO 9 ■ 



SEE 

SIMPSON'S 

M08IIE 

HOM£j 



GET •TOUR HOME skirled before 
cold weather tomes ' > price with . 
'ne purchase of an awffimg Call 
Inei Peierse '34 4585 




I < w w-'- 

^roadnKKs 
01 fltetwoo<j 

Good 
$«'•{ yon 

o» ' 

SvfU'lt), 

c 



■zJ. (I tl !•('( f (< /*/' 

APARIMENIS 

I56MAUKICE STREET 



734-4195 

OfHDiNG »0U 
? tx-ctroenu.. oil c]ppliuM((;s 
ig di\iiwci\hei und d'st'U^ul 
i. i t, wft ii » l umn i' y - 



COMPLETE Shpp of 
, sharpening equipment. 
' 3676 



foley saw 
Phone 734. 



STOW A WAY BED for renl,>l4.00 a 
week BANNER FURNITURE, 
733 1421 

DO IT YOURSELF I Shampoo your 
own carpet, professional resyiJl. 
Rent A Clarxe shampodeT 'with 
companion vacuum. Banner 
Furniture, 733 1421 



Bates Twio-Calls and Jerome: 

MUFFLERS Installed while you, 
wait, tjoinplate muftler service 
.li n. l u dl n u Lus lom ' Uua lT f u r car s 
and pickups. ABBOTT'S AUTO 
SjJPPLy, 305 ShMhogk-St. South. 

WE REBUILD hydraulic lacks at 
ABBOTT'S AUTO SUPPLY, 305 
Shoshone St. So>ith. 4 



ilsi 



uj poul 
.11 iiuii,lt 



REPOSSESSED 1973 White 
autorhatic sewing machine. LI 

nTs or S47!S0 — 



ALUMINUM PLATESI 33>/'i" X 31" 
X .007'.' 20 cents each or IS cents In 
lots of SOor-flwre. See Gerry 
White. Times. News. Twlri Palls. 



LIKE NEW Everett piano. Call 733 
7248 after 6 P m. 

OLDS AMBASSADOR Trumpet, "in 
good condition Cou^d-use new case, 
1 35 Call 733 7661 .. 

AM PEG REVERB rocket 2 amp and 
lyle guitar, excellent condition. 
$150 Phone 733 7648 



INDOOR YARD SALE. Rain or 
Shine 303 Adams. 9 a>m. to 6 p.m. 
Saturday and Sunday.. Floor lamp, 
por.able TV, bikes, clothing and 
dishes 



SI 



OoodThingtlo Eat 



YEAR OLD Filler Queen vacuum, 
S250.00. Dinette Aef ISO 00 733 8681 



NEW YAMAHA piahos, used pianos 
_Yam«h»- gUlr.ars KLH stereo 

record players. WARNER MUSIC 

131 Shoshone North. 



APPLES - ROME. Wine sap, Red 
Delicious. Afternoons 'only, Orr 
Orchard I mile north of Buhl. Or 

Call 326 S630. 



FOR BETTER cleaning, to" keep 
colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre 

— iTjrppi Cleaner, HBfir eiedi ' 
shampooer $1. 
BUILDERS SUPPLY 



. r-4s 



Radio, TV-S<St«rao 



S T 6H B 0 



vo'l'S'^I' ^ ''"O"" 



-Radio- 



Assume payment 

3330 



WANTED — Good used oil healers, 
^■VastrtJomerT'ano StoRifr" mantv 
Banner Furniture 733 1421 



WHITE SEWING MACHINE, 
demODSfrator model, 30 bum in, 
decorative and stretch sljuhps. ' 
makes button holes, sesx* en 
buttonsi Reduced SI49.95. 733 5543. 

SKINNER SEWING 
SHOPPE 

_. 647 Filer. Avenue - 

Sav On Sriopping Cef^lcr 



9 INCH BLACK AND WHITE 
Panasonic TV, Very .little use. 
. $40.00 . 334 8044. 



, APPLES. RED and yellow dellcloui, 
roVhes, Johithons^ cabbage,- 
squash, pljmpklns. turnips gourds. 
{ — B a kers' — 1,^ — west — K i m be rly . o' b ' 
• Sugar Factory r6ad. 433-4 1M or 
4Zr44X. - . 

CABBAGE. PEP&ERS. hot and 
sweet, torn UToes, ' red spuds, 
squasli. Bodensfab 3 north, i west 
of West 5 Points. 



rumiturt A Carpal. 



PfaiitS/ Trtas 4 Shruta 



INCH SLIDING door wardrobe, 
*iood. 149 95 at Cain'5 733 7111 



100- .perceaf-^nylon -kitchen carpel 
with loam back, S3 99 square yard 
at Cain's 733 71 11 



PEONIES ROOTS are 
plent. Western Nursery 
-- Aveniier ■:- r- —- - ■■ ■ - 



reedy to 
540 Filer 



i)«ii 



In 



|AVAlLiBL6 NOVEMBER 15th, 2 
I bedroom bfau'iluily decorated 
' duplen. uasement. lull Dam. 
1 drapes, wall 'o wall c(irpt.t and 
J private backyard Sho^ by ap 
I poin'meni S165 mon'tily Ptione 
423 4421. Kirmjerly 

ONE BEDROOM 3rd lloor. iw pets 
, or ctiildren J75 per mon'h Phone 
1 733 aS3S euLtnnqs 



Magic Valley Sewing 
Machine Compani. Call 734 27.06 
mornings or evenings. 



NEW METAL wardrobe- 
Phone 326 53S9 



FOR "A JOB well done feeling" 
clean carpets with Blue Lustre 
Rent electric shampooer tl 
GREENAWALT'S 



1971 BILTMORE I2'x64', air 
conditioned Price $4,850 EDNA 
IRISH REAL ESTATE 734 3408, 
evenings — 733 3500 



FOR SALE 1949 Vardo, 
expando in living room 
2193 after 6 00 



12x60, 4' 
Call 733 



REDUCED tor quick 
Buddy, mobile horne 



sale . 
12 



1969 
50, 2 



bedroom, skirimg, porch, stove, ! 
, -.*e+t-t^rator. me»al steps, same as 
new Set at village Mobile 
Park, ,imberi» See owners at 
SiRa?e 1 

FOR SALE 19>i 14x70 Academic 
mobile home, skirted and porch 
Phone 733 5306 gi- see at La;y J 
Mobile Home Ranch No, 63 

I9'2 NASHUA 1!>52' Mediterranean 
decor, 2 bedroom, middle kitchen 
Must sell 4J]il56 alter 6 Sec to ' 
apprpr iflte 



Parfs-^ Service 



SKYLANE MOBILE HOME PARK 
Now open ■ Heated swimming 
pool sauna', exercise room, 
ciutjhouse. patios, storage sheds, 
boat and camper parking, 
sidewalks and paved street Large 
13. 14 or double wide spaces Call 
/33 4607 . 734 4411. or 733 8460 



IVA LOANS Oh mobile homo — 

available with Hacienda Homes, Iv 
; inc 733 7568 

llfS EASY TO Fi'ND THE RIGHT I:;;- 
BUYER lor your mobile home X; 

Advertise it lor '-ale wit^h a Want 
Ad Dial 'n 6931 



SMALL TABLE console slereo; 
General Electric solid state, AM 
FM radio, detachable speakers. 
Older model sewing machine, 
wooden cabinet. Phone 714 3782 
after 4:30, 



FOR SALE MOTORIZED wheel 
cp«lr, good condition 733 7182. 



_ ' M 



THE PROVEN oarpet cleaner Blue 
Lustre is easy on the budget. 
Restores forgoffon colors Rent 
electric shampooer SI 
KRENGEL'S 

:■:.:.^:.:;:■:;:W:.^:<.:.^M.>K.w•:.x•^^x•x•:•:•:•:■:^^ 



AVOCADO bed- davfrno and chair, 
both pieces, $49,95 at Cain's 711 
7111 



Hay, Grain a Faad 



4) 



Wanted to Buy 



WANT TO BUY Good used Miter 
. box saw 837 4933, 



UNFINISHED FURNITURE, 
highest quality, good selection. 
Mary Carter Paints, 1936 
-Kimberly Road. 713.3491. 



GOOD DAIRY hay lor sale, by semi, 
truck load. Bonded hay and grain 
buyer, Borda, Trucking, •34 4014. 



WANT TO BOY house to be mo ved, 2 
bedroom or more. Write Sox X I5. 
CO Times-News. 




UNFINISHED Sludeni Desks, 
largest selection, various s lies and 
models Complete tine Of 
unfinished furniture. Banner 
Furniture 733 1421 

9 .. X 12 LINOLEUM RUGS, 
' ASSORTED PATTERNS, $7.9$, 

BANNER FURNITURE, Twin. 

Falls, 733 1431. 



WANTED: Used furniture, ap- 
pliances, roll top desks, baby 
things, antiques. Hayes Furniture. 



"when problems, lorg. or imoH, oris, in your Vtom., toll en one 
,6f th. MU,A specioliili lilted Jwlow, You'll finJ the <'•??"<'<■'''.• 
person lo fill ftiotl any tpecialiied nied you tnight hpY«.. Coll o 
PR0FESS10MALI You'll find them cenvenienlly listed below. 



I 



usee TWIN BEOS complete with 
spring and mattress. SH.95. you 
haul special. Banner Furniture 
711.143r. 

|S I SPOT CASH 

' For Furniture Appliances ' 

% !•■ Thirtosotvalue 

banner furniture 

- S * t»t»wt Av ai u e We s t 7»-143» 

•:• : MATCHING BROWN nylon couch 
:c ' and chair, excellent condition, 
::; $100 Phone 733 6547 after 6 p.m. 



LIST YOUR hay and grain with us. 
We have buyers tor high qilallty' 
hay and araln. A service to buyer' 
and seller. Magic Valley Feed 
Service. Phone 334^5960. Bonded 
brokers. ' 

HAY BOUGHT and sold. McKllrIck 
Trucking, Itonded dealer. 
Bdleuue, Idaho 788. 3381. 

FOR SALE; AppraxIiTial4ly Ift 
bushels clean and treated^^na 
winter seed wheat. 478 3470, 



3rd CUTTING HAY for sale, 
733.80S1. 



P^i 



one 



HAY WANTED: Call U li I l^ay Inc. 
478.7$jl Bur ley. 



FirtswDod 



FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Dry pine 
cut I»" leogftis. Phone 73Si50W. 

DR y SFASDWEtlTfuir'anrrard.- 
wood. Ptwne 733 4204 



57 



Pets A Supplitt 



'ED S MO BEL AIRE 
MOBILE HOME PARK 

Now ready lor occ upanc y - 12. 14, 
douta^- wide-unus.. ~ga&. ptwaa. - 
cable. 'recrea'ion hali. 217 South 
Blvd West, Jerome 324 2009 or 
324 5740 — 



REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 
1971 Broadmore 14 « 44. all elec 
'r ic, 2 bedrooms, P.» baths. Village 
Mobile Homi^ Park, Kimberly 
Key at Space Number 5 



ALWAYS IfnMiUYS 

Al 




FREE 

A new Winchester Model 94 
3QJ0 C.ARPINE 

WIIH IHf PURfMASf Ol, A Ni Vv 
K,T HAMPER MI { AMPANION m, 
Ho llDAV IRAVf I IRAIlt » 
C HAMPiON O' WESIERN 
COMMANDER MOTOR HOME' 

B iKHR\S 

FINE HOMES and 
PLEASURE CRAFT 

Ports Supp'iei ■ Service 
17 YEARS SERVING 
MAGIC VAllf Y 
41?. Adcjtson Ave , W 



Appliance Repair 



REFRIGERATORS, washers, 
dryers, ranges Reasonable 
rates 30 years experience Cell 
- ■ SHUThWaYU APfiLlANCE- 
REPAIR, 733 6167 



REFRIGERATORS, Freeierl, 
ranges, washers, dryers,, 
VERNS APPLIANCE 
REPAIR, 733 5464 875 Filer 
Avenue West 



\A(,I( VALL F Y 

^ r(.»> t.si, mates 
-tv.i.iabie LOCAL 
I NSTALLATION 



AWN INO < O 
1 .nani my 
•iALt:S ANU 
734 4900 



I4GIC VAUfV . 
OBILE HOMES 

SINClf - OOUBlf W/OfS, 
miles Weil of Wesi 5 Ponis 
Phone 733 6141 



1973 ACADEMY 

wtlti u I opp'Ovol tia^Qf"*'*^ 
lo, yowl in\pecl,pn' 



1957 Victor 8 » '7 Trailer Mouse. 3 
bedrooms, furnished, gki lumace 
788 2882 (Hailtyl 



REACH 
PEOPLE 

733-0931 



Bakery FVoducts 

CAKES AND PASTRY lor all 
occasions Buttreys Bakery 



Carpet Cleaning 

BIGELOW KARPET KAHS, 
Custom Floors of Idaho 
Addison Avenue East. Phone 
733 S434 



ST E AMWAY 

cleaning. ,t 

STEAMWAY 



The best in 
costs rw more 
Phone 733 6034 



FOR SALE 
TO' X S5' al 



1964 SPACE MASTER 
I electric. 734 3894. 



12 X M 1 BEDROOM TAMERACK, 
like new. Phone 734 3145 after i 
p m 



11 Fumisltad A Unfum Housa* 



Coin Dealers 



WILL PAY top price tor coins 
jesday 



Coin Shop. 
Friday S -B. Saturday 
42fl Main Avenue North 



S - 8. 
1(X -4. 



WESTON ALL NEW FOR 
1973 IN STOCK! 

■•14 64>2 Bed(Oom ^ ^ 
^.Fr C Nit l iving Room or 
front Kitchen 

• Reverie Aisle — 

• Terms. 

$7995 
BROCKMANS 
TRAILER SALES 

S Main. Across From Theiseo Motors 

- Ixin Foils- 734 3167 
1 Ith ondOyerlond, Burley, 678 7574 
W. Iriide for Con. 
Fofmhrft orrd lotlff 



LOVELY two bedrooni home, choice 
location, one year's lease. Call 
Twin Falls Realty, 733 3642 or 7X3 
540*. 

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, gas 
furnace, close in, references* 
adults preferred ' S»5 Phone '13 
2547. 1 ^ 

■a FumillMd Apti. a Duplaxaa 



SINGLES APARTMENTS One, 
two, three bedroom units, fully 
furnished, dishwasher, dispos^i. 
etc . shao carpeting, ele<mc neat, 
utilities paid. 

NORTH CAMPUS APRT , 734 2048 



Draperies, Uphosterty 

DRAPERIES. UPHOLSTERY, 
AWNINGS Call Ramsey's 733 
1979 They're at 234 Main Ave 
North.; - 



Or4peries, Swags. Cascades. 
Aostralns, Custom made to 
suit. Samples shown In home. 
829 5341. 



IF. YOU'RE A GOOD LISTENER. 
Check the stereos lor sale in 
today's Classified Ads. . 

'RENTERS. We have the In 
formation you're looking for. 
Phone D & D'RENTAL SERVtCE 
734-34«8 or stop by at 441 West 



Furnace Oeanlns 



KEN'S FUTtNACE CLEANING 
Richard Bropfiy. new ovvner. 
733 4458 evenings. Halley 7aa. 
4793. 



Gravel, Top Soil 



GRAVEL, fill dirt, top soil within 
3 minutes from tdwn 
unlimited supply 
deliver ed 733 1234, North West 
Crane; RTffgTnff and Transoorl 
Co 



ttome Builders 

Star Craft Homes, delivered on 
your lot Samples at 1013 Filer 
Ave W 734 2211 



Jewefry Making 



Save up to 90 per cent on Jewelry 
supplies JEWELART. 323 Main 
Avenue East, 734 2040. 



Livestock wanted 

DEAD ANIMALS picked up 
promptly Call collect 733.48S.' 
Oooding, 934 5414, CUI In 
terrsaiional 



Mobile Home Transporting 

HUGHES. Mobile Homes 
Locally owned Insured carrier 
Local and long distance 733 
3773 



Photo Finishing 

74 hour Color Photo Processino 
AMBROSE PHOTO 205 5. 
Lincoln, Jerome 3 2 4 2727 



Plumblna 



VERN'S PLUMBfNG AND 
REPAIR Repair vmrk and 
contractor servino Twin Falls 
and Jerome. Phone 334'-S3l4, 



Printing 



Quality off^ prlntlrsg at low 

§ rices. Quick Copr-Omler 117 
nd St. West. 7313300. ' , 



. Rent almost anything, hour, day, 
week, month. East Five Points 
Rentals. 733-8043 or 733 8447. 



Roofint 



HEARD ROOFING COMPANY 
Call 733-1744. 



Roofing 



REPAIR THAT roof yourself — 
easy to apply top quality root 
Phone 733 3524. 



coating. Phone 



Roof Spraying 

M4M CONTRACTORS — Roof 
spraylisg our specialty Don't 
neglect your roof, airless 
spraying. All types special 
coating, residential, com 
mercial. Free eefimafes. 



2493 or 733 0770 



733 



Sewer Service 



CRAVEN'S Sewer Service, 
Septic tank — sewer line, 
cleaning F^wer equipment, 
free inspection 733 30S3 



ROTO ROOTER sewer service 
Sewer lines and septic tank 
cleaning. Also, all types of 
excavation 733 2541 or 733 
3509 



Sick l»uom Equipment 

HOSPITAL BEDS, wtseef chairs, 
walkers, crutches, con 
. valesceni aids and exercising 
equipment For rent or sell 
CROWLEY HEALTH 
CARE CENTER 
598 Addison Ave W 733 4400 



•arcular, hand and cfiaitt saws, 
- macMrle sharpened, Oiarles 
hj^m^. 733-3493, 514 3rd Avmue 



ALL KINDS OF saws.and router 
. bits sharpened. Also, scissors 

, and knives. SHANE'S 
5HA1»^eNING SERVICE. S43 
Sth Avenue North. 733 3454 



Trailer Hitches 



TRAILER HtTCHES and brakes 
In4talled,4tquallter and other. 
P a« t se r vice. 741 AAaIn Avenue 



West, 
1341. 



Twin Falls. f>lione 733- 



Trasti. A Garbage Servka 



PARKS AND SONS — 73>4441. 
Commercial atKl\ residential 
hauling? Containers — special, 
hauls — inside or outside city 
limits.- ' 



Tree Service 

TREE TOPPING and removing 
Free estimates and insured. 
733 60S8 or 734 3403 any lime 
TOWN AND COUNTRY TREE 
•SERVICE 



OAK ROLL TOP DESKS for sale. 
Banner Furniture 733 1 421 

fpiECE bedroom suite, walnut bed, 
chest, dresser, 1149 95, at Cetn's 
- 733 7H1 



KONICEK THEE SERVICE — 
Now doirsg Mechanical tree- 
topping and removing All 
limbs cut and safely lowered 
hydraulically Save SS Insured. 
733 4548. 



Vacuum Cleaners, Service 



K ING SIZE beautyrest matiress'and 
bo« spring. si4a at Cain's 733 71 11 



47 



Appliances 



;) WHIRLPOOL Washer, only $99 50, 
: i 90 day warranty, at M & Y 
Electric. 441 Main Avenue East, 
Open AAondays till 9 p.m 



■ I ■ 



Authorized SUNBEAM Vacuum 
Cleaner Service, M 4 Y ;;; 
Elec'ric. 441 AAain Ave. East. 

ELECTROLUX PARTS, bags, 
service, VACUUM.:-: 
CLEANERS OF IDAHO, 2nd X: 
Avenue East and Blue "Lakes •::: 



BUNK BEDS and student desk, 
mattress covers and bedspreads 
included Phone 326 5029 before 3 
■ p-m 



upright freerer 



20 CUBIC FOOT 
SIOOOO '33 4375 



MAYTAG WASHER and dryer , also 
good cotton mattress and springs 
Phone 543 5958. 



Well Orllling 



BOLEY A HENRY - Twin Falls 
. and Murtaugh, 733 1045 or 432 

5444. 



Wild Bird Processing 

POULTRY SUPPLY. 213 Sth 
Avenue West. 733 3164. After 
hours phone 734 <29e. 



FRIGIOAIRE refrigerator, good I 
and clean, reconditioned and ; 
guaranteed, SS8 at Cain s 733 7111 ; 



M INCM-Ketrmaior range, nice and 
cleari, - reconditioned and 
guaranteed. S98 at Cain's 733 7111 \ 

W Haating A Air SgodUlonlng j 



FOR SAl 
parlor furnace 



ker r riatlc 



FOR SALE; German Shepherd, 
registered pointer pogs. 4 months 
old, ready To start hunting, from 
Champion stock. Phdne 533 4385. 

BLACK HALF POODLE pUBpleS TO" 
give away Phone 334-4490; 

POODLE PUP^ FOR SALE. 3 
Silver, one black, 6 weeks old, 
S15 00. 334 5349. 

FOR SALE working Stock Dogs. 
3'.i months old Ekcellent for 
cattle, sheep or hogs Vaccinated 
and wormed. Call Border collie. 
Kelpie cross 324 6117 

A K c Registered German stsepherd 
puppies, whelped 25 September, 
excellent pedigree (champions 
Gaus 4nd Ulk Wiktngerblul ). 
S125 00. 233 2026. 1225 E Alameda 
Road, Pocatello. 

PUPS FOR SALE; Vi dingo and <,<■ 
australlan. tlO.OO Guaranteed to 
work. 433 S4VS. 

AKC RARE dark chocolate poodle 
puppies Excellent blood line. SSO 
and up. Also tiny toy Apricot male 
and black available Phdne 733. 
4530 



AKC GREAT DANES. Samoyeds. 
Norwegian Elk tteunds. Brlttanvs. 
German Shorfhalr. Poodles. 
Beagles. Also German Shepherds, 
Toy Terriers, Splti, EngllsJi and 
Stiort ^salr Pointer cross. Husky 

, arsH Shen tserd cross. AAac'S Ken 
neRrwwnwtr - 



rPt»fte-*J4Jaii_ 



WHERE 
PEOPLE 
SOLVE 
PROBLEMS 
FOR 
PEOPLE 
EVERY 
DAY!! 



49 Building Matarials 



t 
I 



H" Chipboard 

Chipboard 

Chipboard 
</4" Mahogany Blows 
'A- sanded Shop 
, "1" CDX Shop 
Vj" Cox Certified 



t3.29 
12.69 
S3.99 
13.79 
tJ.VS 
S4.49 
S4.95 



it,- Plugged 4. Sanded Blosus 17.49 
*4"A3Birct> .. 114,49 

4'x4' FIrtex Celling Tile 11.69 
-Econo Studs 1 .49 

SPECIAL ■ 
tti"x4'xa' T,1-11 Siding W.95 
*ti"x4'xr T.MI 8"o.c. Smooth 14.95 
*«"k4'x9' T-'hll itOH. Sawn - -»r.es 
Galvaniied Roofing; 
4'— 11.55 r— 13.08 
16' — 12.54 13'— 13.11 

14' — 13.43 14'— 14.14 

JK 14' .—14.41 

.GOOD-SUEPUY DOORS 
S ^ — tN^VERIORAfXTERIOR 

FROM 18" to 34" — ' Up to 50 
percent off 1.1st l»riee 



Northwest 
plywood sales , 

rJOSO Kimbetty Rood — Pti 733-5909 
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO 43301° 
I Block West of Cuff staiMn 
Opert 7 A.M- to4 P.M. Moie:.Sa»;-' - 



FOR SALE : Stud service-8lack.and 
Silver AKC Reg;istered 
Pomeranian. Cell eveninos .314^ 
4405. 

AKC REaiSTeReo- English bull 
dogs. ■ rrsale, I femal e.^lO vveeks 

oWr Ptsone'»S45454:-^ 

f>OOOLE GROOMING, 'stud ser- 
vice, puppies. Cherl Mller Ken- 
nels, west Redcap corner, 
Kimberly 423 5104.' 

■ ,' S. 

HUNTING DOGS from Hunting Dog 
stock. Also Bassetts. otiier Breeds. - 

.Sawtooth Kennels. ^4 -4111. 



Cattto 



ARTIFICIAL aAEEDIMO-lo, ABS 
great proven sire, nltlon's hiotMM 

-fype production siraa. Alto. all 
breedsof beaf avalUMa. B«M. 541- 
tvSi Jarana. 314-3452. SnoaMna. 
M4.»i7.^jSj;rlay. 47l;mi< 



TWO GOOD. 2 year old, raglttarad 
Hwetord- bulls7 ' Ed EaMnt and . 
Sons. Jerome 334-S44S. 



3 H0LST6lN'sprII««;«elfW«j *» " 
breeding & tirad lo ABS bull. S4». - . 



22 .Tlmes-News, Twio Fall?, Idaho Friday, Octobe'' 20. 1 "2 , 




FOR SALE 21 head rwu'erca 
Afvjo^ cowi from our production 
'e^'*-tJ rirftl rrtfiomo m dge^r^m 



IDAHO TRACTOR salvage Cash lor 
used tractors Used parts at big 
discounts. 733 ar93 



1965 17' yeULOWSTONE TRAVEL 
TRAILER with canopy, sleeps 6, 
excellent condition il495. 733 «705 



-3 10 ^Mj f h — All b r ud — U* 



1970 YAMAHA OT 1. good condllion,' 
eKtras, Call 423 4055 

l»77 no KAWASAKI S2_llULund«c L 



Angus tjulls 
543 "1094 



Ralph aaughman. 



2 iir 1 HIOH QUAL 1 1 y s'ock tows, 
one r»*ctf'ifi4 (.harijliiis Dull. 4 /eiir 
old Palomino f.ll» i4J 4VIK) 

REOISTEREDANOUS Bull 4 years 
old. JHS Meadowmere Lad 2 
breeding E«iellenl herd sire, 
guaranteed breeder. Come by see 
this years ralf crop Ellington 
Angus - Ranch land i east ol 
Gooding 934 iU6 alter 7 p m 



BUL L. I 1 
713 5943 



CHOICE CHAHOIAIS 
Fri-nlh lirM'llmg 
- fvfninyi 



100 'a 150 Hoii'ein heilers on hand 
Weight 1.000 >o 1.350 pounds, two 
ways to finance On? Iq four years 
Cow« insurod against death All 
rmiiers guaranteed Eugene 
HugPes, 174 7415. Jerome 

OPfc-N MOl 'jIfcIN HEUERS 93 
hedJ. rtpuru«iinalet, floO pound,s 
Vaiiwia'eU .nul 'jtuoed Glen 
BuiKt-ndorl if Uutil ^Phone 543. 
SOOl eyi-n.ntjs 



f-HESM or Springer cows or heilers 
guaranteed Buy or trade tor 
springers or beef Hdp or Clyde 
Huglies, Buhl i43 5825 or 543 5969 

; Good BAay.iind paslun; calves tor 
sale All kitids Phone M4 4V6} or 
321 4028. Jerome 

SElIiLT 5IRES INC All' breeds, 
dairy beel. Walter lt»itcti Pnftne 
.443 H6i? . ■ ' _ 



BEET TOPPER 323 Johh Oeere, J 
row With topping unit, can toe made 
into 3 ro>.y Ready to ao. 706 lOth 
Street. Rupert. 434 41)73 

. J MOD EL 23 INTERNATIONAL 
beet diggers with automatic row 
finders Model 71 Tractor mount 
topping units In loood condllion 
Business 433 5400. Residence 433 
4341 

2 WfJW IN I ERNAI lONAL Beet 
Hdr vefclttf-T-A 1 cxindilion. ipr inkier 
l^yMem. motor, p*tnel, main line 
and hanci line Pipe line milker . 3 
unit with pump' Call 436 4675 



BoatiA Marinf Itams 

CHrfVsLER BOATS AND 
MOTORS 
STARCRAPT BOATS 
CUSHMAN TR ACKSTER 
JEROME IMPLEMENT 
, liMARINA 

JEROME, IDAHO. 



NEW BELL 13' trailer, vyas $1395. '"'arran ly, WOO Pho ne 686 1 576 



SPECIAL! 
1972 3/4 TON FORD PirKII P 



I 1?49 VOLKSWAGEN BUG. 33,000 
miles, must sell 1155 Florence. 
I 734 3) 15 alter 6 OO 



FOR SALE 1964 Ford Custom 500 
Phone 326 5317 



close out. tllOO HANZEL MOTOR 
COMPANY. Burley -67ri73l 



17' AL UMINUM Wjat,. 
and i,ink t300 0( 701 



5 HP motor 
6403.. 



FOR SELECTION, QUALITY, 
VALU-E. check the musical lO 
slruments for sale in today's 
CIdsstlied Ads 

1957 16'. SHASTA TRAILER. Moor 
furnac'e. sleeps 6, good condition 
1995 Call 734 3897 alter 5 p rri 



1966 HON qfA 305 road bike, excellent' 
condilityf Will sacrifice tTOp or 
leM-onsr—Clan -Oe seien' ISI " 1517 
lymbet-ly Road Phone 733 5796 

1965 YAMAHA SO tor sale, t95 446 
Elm Street Phone 733 0816 



2?0 SELF CONTAINED Air Stream 
travel trailer. Canopy lor Pickup. 
Call ilt 7583 



GOOD 76' Travel E;e luliy sell 
conlaineo trailer lor sale See at 
739 fth Street. Buhl Phone 543 
6SS8. 



1977 MONTESSA COTA 350, 
Sacrifice for t600 Pnone 54j 614a 

1967 KAWASAKI 650, 4 stroke i 

Excellent condition, tow mileage 
Best offer Contact 733 9178 i 

1970 SUZUKI 750, excellent 
corxjition, 7200 miles, S450 Phone 
7 34 3082 

1977 SU/UKI 90, l.ke new, must see 
to appreciate Make oiler 734 
7779 



Fully i;quipp«d with air conciition 
liig le« than 5,000 actuol nulu. 
uutomolic troM^mittion 390 V 8 en 
ginc dual goi lonfcc tool box 

AAADRON 

CAAAPERS & TRAILERS 



Jmp — 4 WhMl Orivas 



FQR-SALE. 1971 Mustang Fastback, I 
Call 733 " ^ ' 



an 733 8309 alter 7 p m 



1944 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 4x4, 
full lop. custom interior. Phone 
B86 7551 



Phr/iic /34 28a I FiMiri FalK Idalia 
138 Blue ioket Bl>d tati Fwe Poiitli 
Open E wenirigv Munda^ thru 
^dturHay 9 a m to 7 p m 
C/uied Fueidtlirl 



197J JEEP CJ 5. many extras 
Phone 678 7383. Burley 



1967 CHEVELLE. 396. $800 Good 
. f<indition. 324.5927 

FOR SALt^-+9« Ford Gal^xie 50O 
443 Walnut street 

1962 PLYMOUTH, 9 passenger 
station wagon, good running 
condition 5250 733 3983 



19i7 boOGE MONACO 4 door, 
hardtop. vinyl top. air 
conditioning, power ste.ering. 
power brakes, excellenl. Will 



it a u e lot 'pi cKui j u f e qua l va l u e . — 
Phone 537 67 JO Sindays, weekdays 
, after 5 o m,^ 

1968 DODGE POLARA $^95 or trade 
lor pickup of comparable value. 
Phone 837 6608. . 

FOR SALE. J Broncos, 19*», «1400, 
197U3000 Call 776 4434 weekdays, 
788 1890 weekends. 



FOR SALE 4 wheel drive Carry all 
1967 Inlerrialional - 6, 4 speed, 
11095 Write Box 2 5, c o Times 
News 



•1969- FXJPD CUSTOM CLUB 
WAGON, 12 passenger van, 
excellent condition, many extras. , 
,-{2600, M6.a4|7 



ATTENTION ANTIQUE car buffs. 
1941 Plymouth pickup, .highest 
bidder or trade for later model 
pickup Good paint iob. Phone 376 

5418 



Autos For Sala 



VERY SHARP 1966 MUSTANG 
FAST BACK 4 speed 

transmission, mag wheels, stereo, 
41, OOOaciuai miles, 11135 714 7345 ' 

FOR SALE.. 1969 Dodge Dart , 1,67 Ford Gaiaxi7500, 2 

Swinger. MO engine, excellent / „|)o 

Phone 733 8406 



condi^lon Call 886 2477 



FREE 



2 HERD 
DISPERSALS 

H„q.^le„fd l^ulled Hci,.l..i.,l% 
• . iiKo 

r;"! «.-y,M.-i....l H.iii'i-il H.-. ■•I. II. Is - 

837 4868 



JUST ARRIVEDI -1973 Fiberlorm 
t»afs EtHnrude and Mercury 
TVtotori BUB AND MAR K'-S Your 
E.vinrude and Mercury Dealer 
1167 Blue Lakes Nort.h. 733 1194 

16' FIBERGLASS CABIN BOAT 
wilh trailer. 40 horse power 
Evinrude molor 376 5914 

BOAT STORAGE Inside' and 

I for Winter Res'^rve your 
space NOWl Century Automotive 
Machine 761 Addison Avenue West . 
733 5070 



70 



Sporting Goods 



JOE'S'GUNS AND Sporting Cioods 
All popular makes and caliber. 
Rifle, shotguns; pistols Open 7 
a m. 10 11 p.n^. 7 da«s. 761 Main 
Avenue West, Twin Falls Phone 
/33 8741 



A new Winchester model 94 
30 30 CARBINE . 

Wl IH ' i 7 I I ,1 .-, .' ,v. 

KII KAMHtR Kll CAMPANION ii. 

nOiii..-.' liiAvei (UAlit^t 

' C HAMI'IfjN y,!', rtHN 
I t ,MMArJlU H Ml >W MIJMI 

NO TRADES Plf ASF 

FINE HOMES and 
PLEASURE CRAFT 

Porfi '3upp/les4-^rvire 

I 7 Yf A.RS-Sf «WNG 
MAGIC VALLtV-' 

4 1 ? AcJdison Ave . W 

74 ' . ■ Campers 



1971 HAHIEY DAVIDSON 350 
Sprint, 14' Lone Star Boat, frailer. 
40 nor sepower motor 6f 8 7;5^3 



FOW SALE 1969 Honda. 5375 or Best 
offer Phone ,' 14 5136 



IV7I rHAlL flREAKt-H lor s.ile 
f'lione 7]] 1005 



1953 FORD pickup, rcbLilll engine, 
■ good hunting v«*w1ei $395. Call 

B37 6*08 

IV66 FORD C700 with IB' bulk bed. 
Phon.e 829 5112 . 

1954 FORD 3''on truck, no bed. 
Phone 532,14338 Rupert 



1967 MERCURY SpArTS Coupe 289 
V S. good conditiijh. Phone 733 
8300 



1965 MUSTANG V 8. 3 speed, motor i MUST SACRIF.ICE 1970 Maverik. 
good, body rough, $400 cash Phone , air conditioning, low mileas^ 
733 3889. 733 1849 ' Phone 543 4840 



(4 



Import — Sport»Car» 



(3 



Heavy Equipment 



LOADERS 
(KOjaN I' , yard 
"MICHIGAN, 75 A 
CASE 680 Backhoe 
CAT13 grader, 8 

Call me lor any new or used 
eouipmcnt need 

Bill Luughmiller 733 576- 




80 H EAP Of YOU N G du i l y L Or» s 45 
Holsfein and 35 Guernsey Can buy 
all or separately ConlacI E G 
Richman Route 3, Box 159. Burley 
Phprrc 654 2112 

WJLL FEED 300 COWS tJov I M*r. 
l.aL. $3 5 j ?a r bMd £ La ws o n . 



B RUNSWICK. Delta and THEA pool 
tables, new and used Accessories 



King Hill. Id Ph 364 2791 

JERSEY FAMILY COW. milking 
Dingo dogs for sale Phone 433 
5947 

CHAROLAIS Angus Cross heilers 
lor sale limited number 

available good stock Can 

Norland 53 2 4 260 or write M R 
Allen. Rl 3. Rupert. Id 83350 

SELL OUT 50 head young Holslem 
cows Gooct producers. lest 
averages 3 6 Phone 934 51AA 



Sales and Service James Clark. 
733 5401 after 4 ,00 and weekends 

SHOT GUNS, Ammunition, hunting 
equipment, binoc^ul^rs ped's 
; _,Tr^if|nq Post '_ ^ ^ 



REMINGTON 30Brille. new 4 power 

scope Phone 733 8781 

SAVAGE 12 gauge aulomatic 575 
Winchester 22"repeater. 542 50 
. Good guns Phone 733 8361 



7J 



Snow Vehicles 



40 



Hortas 



GOOD HUN I INO horse lor packing 
or riding. vJill trade Phone 324' 
4035 



ALL TYPES OF HORSES bought, 
sold, traded Plenty ol r»ich 
geldings Ren Haley. 733 6015 

HORSES. MULES lor s~ale Darr.ll 
Lyons 543 5874. 



FOR SALE Dapple grey geld.ng 
For children Phone 473 4479 

MARE 13 ycMT.s pla E«i'ei(eiii .ill 
ground horse 'used 'n Pi)ST.c .ind 
nuntino. "t'lO '-Jl-VW rvm-ruji 



POLARIS 

rHE PROUD PERfORMERS 

Wh, Nol 8c, Ihf .flr.l' 
Co'npIeK, tlock ol Sdiiw Mottiinfi u,,d 
( liiltiing Complrtf* Sp'»'. t* I),*pi 

CENTURY 
AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE 

.■>61 AddiMji. A.f W 7.1J 5070 



ARCTIC CAT Sales Service 
Erp^'C ^lervice on all- irrakps" of 
snowmoOilt'S D & G AufQmo'ive 
7 33 4375 



I5US MADE into camper Extra 
— tuc o . good corj^U iun A lter 5 i> ni , 
831 Park Avenue 

7 NEW BRADSHAW "Easy park " 
camper hits. 1145 Retail 1339 4 
nevv Camofir Tledoyms. IJi eatn- . 
1403_8tji Avenue E_a5t 

8' SLEEPS 6. furnace, stove, oven, 
used < tunCs. Phonv 733 4438 after 
5 30 p m 

15' GoLlIE CAMPER trailer, yas 
turnace and range Phone 734 5241 



HUNTER'S SPECIAL 

NEW 8 FOOT CA7W1PER 

^877 

MADRON 

CAMPERS & TRAILERS 

f'ti...... /J4 ?ff6r twin l.lnht, 

I .'H BKj*- lnk..% Blvd f uvf f.v.- P,...*t% 
Opt'H Fvffiings MoMiJ()>. Ihi .) 
SuKjulfiv 9 o ru / p m 



USED INDUSTRIAL 
EQUIPMENT 



I9690PAL, New engine. 4;000 miles. 
30MPGgas 1800 00 Bob. 733 5170. 



1968 VOLKSWAGEN bus good 
condition Call 541 4091 



FOR SALE 1964 Volkswagen Bus. 
completely rebuilt engine New 
drag maslec- mags, postraction 
fires, low mileage. WX) Phone 
, 733 -1408 

1971 VOLKSWAGEN, good con 
dition (IjOO on equity and. take 
over payments I33<115 



DATSilH 

FROM ni<;<;ani with ppii^p 



lOH', (HI "I 

.'oii.M, iJapi B ■ 

S( HAPS li " 

I iHN 1 1 ./[ t<.i ^4 

\> lA i| 1^ 

lOMIM DtlHf ftotkho* 
5(X1 B 

A . .'.i".- . 1 .,1 

At . ,WA(ifW 



ELLIOTT'S 

I I I O...lond A.. B„,|,, i<j„ho 
Pl-O". 678 3585 

BOB HOUSTON 

5o7ei '•pr«i«nfat"« 
Hom# phon* 733 I 490 

MOBIlf PHONE 

Burl«y Ar«Q Twin Follt Arao 

679 3519 734 7331 

Una 5157 Unit 51)7 



Beat Inllalion Al . . . 

DEAN MOTOR CO. 

409 Jiid A..r_i ^ iil 7(177 

■ftST volkswagTn. MusT" seir. 
Excellent condition 51.100 00 or' 
make offer 733 5499 

FOR SALE 1968 Super Bee. 
-^encelient condition. Call 733 5777. 
evenings 

I96j-f R4. good cundi'iun Phone 733 
8 781 

WHEEL ORIVE Chevrolet Ion 
tpickup Lor^. wide. 4 speed, va 
Phone 678 8663 

>« ~ Autos For Sale 



Motor Homes 



75 Motor HoiVtes 

MOTOR HOME lor rem Day. week 
or month Phone 734 3789 



Swine 



WANTED TO Buy J 4 to 6 ..ion Ih 
Old York ana Hamp boars E 'hir 
purebred or rvQi^^pt^x] Pnohc f)43 
585* 



Farm A Ranch Supplies 



FOR SALE 640 Gallon Brown 
Dairy K.nq buIK lank Ailh 
corTipressor sta.nless steel good 
condition Plioni' 324 5061 



I 1973 
MOTOR HOMES 

Are Our Busine5s NOT Just o Sideline 
. AND. We Have 4 oi the BEST?"- 



•3 Trucks 



1971 EL CAMINO Tonneau Cover. 
Sharp ;j4 1440 

1968 GMC J t(in I ong wide bO« low 
miitidUl:. e»L L'llenI i ondihom. 1968 
PLYMOUItl lUHY II tsceMcnl 
> ondit.cn .Ml 77 11 

1966 CHFVHIUFI K-iCkUP vT " 
t...i'lletit . .(lul t up C-rll 4715106 

I96S I. ML SUBIIRHAN 4i,luot< V6 
, 4 sp'M.tl power steering power 
Ilrak4!^. S999 I 1,11 Pi ,,ni. 7 14 18 74 
alter 5 



. TRADE-INS 

T961 MERCURY 
COMET 

» ,1 -J-r. J "p I I 



Sharpest OK Cars and Trucks Around 



^2995 



1971 

MERCURY, 

Cougar GI 4 ^pcej lt(jn%mi\>.oti pt>vwt'i ^tftji.iuj 
■ power b(uk«.*\ khLu f.nli^d <,}\>i ,\ oit i (ii>i.Mi(,ii.'t,| 
bucket st*ut\ likr 



5795 



1966 

PLYMOUTH 

i Ill J ,iii.)f ti.n.fitM* vH tfiuj.ne i.nled gla\i. 
Uf iti-i "i.liii iiuHiiMn lii]ii>ini',\i(,ii power itucnng 
*h.tr tJ.j'f. M-'il wrli 



n395 



1967 
CHEV. 

CLimiifO '2 <iuo> l)U(dtu() 6 irli'uict t"<<j" 
(jlns\. btfuler ttidto (.lutoituilu ittfrtMiniM.. 
stfcnng whiltr.^alK Runs («at gqod 



1969 
CHEV 



^1950 



ill., J. V H .-.ujifie t.died ylau 
iijtK If uiu.T.i^v.ijn' po*.':! ^leer 
.^ uitf o* tti.- n.t^ei u«d iQi\ 



$ 



2250 



1972 
CHEV. 

V^ijd -/ tlour ■■fdliun Wiiijoo 4 f i>titjfi ( r.,j.( 

h<*i.lt«f' (Ojxi 4 %(>ffr(l IlllKMTI' 5>f*ii 4 ^t-1f Ml) 



1969 
FORD 



^ia95 



,nr...r VlO 4 .1. 

ji 1 . r<c.-iif I ••It) 

.p 1. 4' , 1.1 I 

,•..1.- * ilK M.u'n 



■(iuM V H rMLjiiir t.nlDd 



1970 
FORD 



.4, 



n45Q 



1971 
CHEV 




:l>ai -J . H .M..| ■ .i,.l.,.ti,it|j ti.iiKm.-.i.Mfi firtiwef 



MlI***fKli J d(itJ' kClldll 6 (yli'Klei f'.j 'If ' r t<<" J .,1 



-i jliuv JfU.r i-.ttnot 1 1 000 



1965 
FORD 



^795 



Ml. I.. I 1. 
,,l I, III,- ^ 



1971 

DODGE , 

D 109 f.ilup :„",, .hrclbiii.. V t) 
'n.f.ii**dotf»ii^t'i t'.rii.,in,\i,rtn n,ti |. , 



1971 
CHEV 



1971 

GMC 



$ 



3095 
^3195 



I ... I -.'rcl ri.i-.r V H f'nj'iie Keo'c 
1 , ■! ■ *f .,ir<-< - ".J Good Iif t'S 



^2795 

Ace Hansen Ghevrblet 

It's A Pleasure To Do Business Here 
Blue Lakes Blvd. N. 733-3033 



395 



1966 REMBLER 
AMBASSADOR 



I* I... T. .1 .., 



AMIGO 



Farin Implemanti 



OBECOt»odle^ heet^ gram.ca'tle 
compination Wagni'f Trailer 
Sales Jim Ro^ye '13 T6I1 

1 CMOREBOY t un.I rmlk-ng 
mactiine S43 S70J 



f^Ar Hineuy-y-tt Po>ai» Pii«r. i 

14' J Conveyer 7 Po'ato Digger s 1 
Deviner Phoric 471 S978 al 'er 6 

p m 

COOP GRAi«-0«aL '74 hole i,|t 
and seooer a".*i rMT^,.r1 ' ill') S 
John Deere 'andem d-si iSO 
Ptxine 8?S SSJS at'fr 7 p iti 

FOR SALE hv or.q.nai Qyvner very 
good used equipment ptic ed r.grit 
1 point nitch o.tcher oood w)d 
buster, land plar>e. 7 Ducket. 6 
bottom dr*k. plow, iteei water 
troughs. 1000 gallon .^ater tank 

wnth truck mounting!. 1300 gallon 
water lank with truck mountings 

Phone i36 3JA7 Wendell 

FOR SALE 1964 Gemco 7 row beet 
harw««ter with topper, J1400 1965^ 
Farmhand 3 row beet harvester. 
M300 Phone Ron Bl csner 47] 4267 
after 5 oo p m 

TRACTOR repairing. a^T" makes 
See Tom Bolinger or Bill Holman 
• » Molvneu« Machinery, 1983 
Floral Avenue 7U Ha7 



REPOSSESSIONS 
GREAT SAVINGS 
BE6T M/iflVESTEBS 

You pay S3.0OO balance on Dank 
repossessed 3 row beet r^ar wester 
Several ■ ava^THtrre ti»pv&r ijspd 
Can be demonstrated Bank 
financing for quai t-ed porchasers 

"ftCUfi"' "tU^- ™. " 

Nile Porter, 375 1174 
Scott Nelson, J4> 6900 
(After 5 J)0 - 375 50681 



swan 




■ nth Hiriii iin i* « S'tis-on a%Iv )24 

1966 F ()W(> J A'<»*t>i .1r u . h.tp 

.»ni.J ri . . .Ill . v«-f . .»i»iiM F , ,,'»! 

tnni«*>i«n '>••»• ,t' 4lS '*.>/*'» I i.i i.',' 
Crtli M4 .MSi .I'-." S. 

GMC 10 ^fif«»i 4 rtnd J \in.'fi3 w .i 
Rro Avvi> r^(*A srxirj tyWt *t . lii'ij 
194W 'iVt llUK T^rfM't i lA 



I OW SAt. f 



I'.-r n,\* (irt.l I 4 SplH'O 

.i->cj ;40 . iiti 1 f'l 



A 1 n,-^ • , ,.^ ri I). w. el- 

s''. »l>t' pt.',i«.. v)j -loa") 

l.Vk , T..(i If „ h 1ft . ...Mtj.ii.r 
.*)r,iiri titti rtfi,) S'm ti '.Itkiivor 

WftJ 'N ' f W S A ' OS Ai > A vt L 
All i iJiXif - rt 4 sutt'd pos- 



Number ONE 
for the money 

COMPARE 
ANYWHERt' 



Win 



Pt^nnf 1J4 IS 



)W [1 



trav6y 



Comfort front whe?' dris 
in Motor Hornes 




s-i*w na .iV.fl r.rM,,-'. ...r , low 
I'l it'.igt' t"> J'.- ' n fts IV ir 6/8 

1966 (i VC 10 *t-tM*irr h^'i 19 
mo'iir »7 *00 fl^^ soo? • 

V4'St>0ur 'r«tdtr tor vmati CAc. •'il 



M95 , 

1966 
CHRYSLER 



^95 

1969 
VOLKSWAGEN 

i ■•■ * t ...v (, „ , 

1 I • 

Ml 95 

1970 VOLKSWAGEN 
SQUAREBACK 

I 1)1 iiM'i«>> ifiM rnilf>(iCjr (iwtorniiiii 

M895 

1967 
DATSUN 1600 



M195 

1970 VOLKSWAGEN 
CAMPER 

»■• 'li' . 1 ' .1^ * -lU »t^o VI "fc ' jn 



FOR EVERY VOLKSWAGEN 
SOLD IN ITALY 6 FIATS ARE SOLD 
IN GERMANY 

FOR EVERY RENAULT SOLD 
IN ITALY 2 FIATS ARE SOLD IN 
FRANCE. 

FOR EVERY VOLVO SOLD 
IN ITALY 9 FIATS ARE SOLD IN 
SWEDEN. 



' TF R VA r T ON Al 



or 



40S l.rtQir 

spf»*cl 7 Wfvrt qoo<3 < ond '•on ( 
ri) Ui; Oc*««l^n a 00 Ana 6 00 



^2795 



1973, 3 wide' HARROW BED E« 
C9HeM condition. Used 1st and 3nd 
COttfng. 423-4431 

OAHLMAN 14' potato b«l in tfood 
condition. fte«dy for service, 
•quipped witti ctearwcc llgtits and 
rtfl»cfor«. «3I». Bujineu: 433 
Ro H dono: <433-424L 



REMEMBER . . . We Are The Motor Home . 
People, AND We Service What We Sell! 

ROBERTS .AUTO, W: 

OPEN EVENINGS 
323 Caldwell BM . Nompa . . . Ph 466 9326 ' 



i t971 PiNTO »UN ABOUT . QOOO 
(.oixJ'-on Mus* veit (jwtoiief .n 
G^Ti.inv Sec Triuj:j»rSn S'l^PVJ" 
5 m-tp cai"* Umry r>or*h ol LDS 

^:^»c^r<:^^ -n Mur'fluqn 473 5S'd 

t'HUNiet^S! OvfcRMAuCeO » 'on 
[ 195? S'lidfOalior pt( kup 1425 or 

•rade for car Drr^*nd Sco»' ^ 

mo^el. Bu^i 

196a GMC 'On. 305 V 6. 4 Spc«f»r 
38,000 miic>. exceiicnT conait'on. 
must sell na 7713 



BEET BEOS 2 ^0" FriVman 

combination sic)« and end dump 
wi*h-or ^Irfrt^ut tX)ist Ptione 543 



V BLUE 
L LAKES 

K 

W 

A 

h 0« fen l«ub« K 
OnlbtllkKM. 

iortll-733-mi h-r: -.u- - ' N , 



t )f ilu'4I}tv diHt ri Ml kniilv^t-^rmH 
( .If- --'M in J- urn]*- hui IN m- .re i h-ui .in v i» «K 
rhl*« lift I itl f \ i-n flu nr rni-.tiuti>:Iu I 

whi-n MMi I tiitsnli-r rti:tt !■ i.ii mm . i ---- ^ ttfi 
K.uTii|w;in^ IS l!.!-^-!! <.n ihrtf ►rrDi-f.tt juris "f ili iv in^ 
(hfw v:iri<)(is I :irs 

And drtvmfi thrnt undrr cnnilitum*^ 

ih.i? nm .ill I til- \A ,tv Iriini ttx- -uli . «. itiii-r ^ f 'f 

Svkfilt-n ti'- llu- ,AI;.inr r'.,i<N ■ '■ Ti^-rrhnn ImI\ 

to ihr .t I ,»tlu (.HTi-^ t»f l',tf t- r.' I Uf rn t ^j-* * il iifi.t: . 

tiix' for rtll linvm^ u) dcrnuiii .mii.Utln' 

K'T lh"Sf o( W>U \^ ft. I .Iff .iN 'llT l»/ hu\ 

>-(«ir Ur-it im;iH«;ir thc."i!j('V«-''tfif«iTtti.it)"ii -^h'-ulfl 
prfivt- ifi\,tltj.t)ik 

After air. wbrn il » •miu-s I.> vni.tlT . .it- ' 
votM.in'I fi-.I.) Kurnt^'.Tn 




MAGIC VALLEY 
INTERNATIONAi 



259 4th AVE. W. 



733-4266 



1 > 



^VtQ* For Suit 



T 



CLEAN UP TIME 
OUR ENTIRE STOCK \j 
of cars, pickups, truckson Sale 
, Somt less than wttolasal* - 
Op«n Sundays and Evcnlngi 
J*ill¥rMowda sai 



OLDSMOBILES 
AT 

LEORICEMOTORS 
- ' Cooding, Idaho 



, t965MERCURY MAR AUDER. good 
condition, USO. I»63 Mercury" 
wagon. goodcondltlonit3i0.t>hane 
3MJ477, 



■ — W6a DODOE cuARaeR. n i gB Os 

- rod. Make otter. )9M CORVETTE 
_. **<!gJBr-tiest ott«r. -47d Wa ketleld. 

MUST SELL: 1970 Plymouth Fufy 

■■i'-^'%,i...')i9i9X...,.t\aiiaiop^: air 

,/ condltloninfl. 1155 Florence 
I Avenue. Phone 734 II is otter 4 00. 



THAT'S . 
THIS WEEK'S ? 



JOHN 
CHRIS 
MOTORS 



Ml Mom Eotl — Iwin Fallt 

— : — phoo. jiTTSTi 



mi PLYMOUTH FURV golden 
connmendd* power Convertible, 
power steering, power '"tsrake^,, 
power top, air condltlen4ng.-AUist 
sacrifice. Phone 733 2771. 



JClSr GOOD BUYS 



^Autoi roc teta I 



IV«a QOOCE £ORONETT 440, 
sharp. Phone «M-24$1 or m-2073. 



)V«S RAMBLER 4-door ladan, ,V-(, 



l«44 PLVMOUTH FURY< powtr 
steering,, power brakas, with air. 
p^one altar «. 



' • Fl^et and indlvidudl'leatas toilorad to you^ naedi. 
• Rant by the day, weak or month. 
« Most mo j or credit cords honornd. 




flENT-/tC4R 
LEASING 



• BILL WORKMAN FQBD _ J 

Gnrv Hnlvpr\nn Blim lnkp^ Blvd. N. - 73T'i\ 10 



FrMity, October 20._lS22_^nro > » N » w » , Tw tn-Prt>W-ld>| 



Aulas Fw4ate^-M 



AutMForSal* 



AulM For Sal* 



Aulas Far- Salt ~ 




THE BEST 
SELECTTOFT 
OF 2 DOOR 



IN MAGJC 




VALLEY 



Now Being Offered 
at Drastically Reduced 
Prices. Come in and 
s ee our Exc e ll e n t S e- 



1.971 CHEVROLET 
Impala. 7 door, looded 

1971 FORD 

Galoiie 300 4 door, oir cortdiiioninQ 

1970 CADILLAC 

4 door S«don DeVille. loodsd 

1970 CHEVROLET 

Impata ? doof oir candiTioning *inyl top power Keenng 

1970PI,YMOUTH 

Fury III 4 door, powef tteenng. air conditioning 

1968 lESABRE 

A door, air co>i3itioning V 6 enQine. automoli£ tronsmivtion 

1968 FORD 

Golome 2 dooc vinyl (op. Oitc6nditionir>g 

1970MU5TANG ,1 

2 door, V 8 prigins. autpnuAlc Ironimitlion 

■ 1968 MUSTANG , ■ 

2 door. V 6 enginv. 3.ip«eii tionimuvioa 

MUSTANG "J 

7 door. V 8 engine, 3 ^peed troptmivsion 

1965 MUSTANG , — i 

7 d(lQi_ 6 cylinder engine oulomalic Ifon^mnvion 

- 1970 CHEVROLET £ICKUP 

V 8 engine'. '4 *P«ed tfonimmion ^ 

1969 CHEVROLET PICKUP 

^ Ton, V 8 engine, 4 tpeed tipThvmmion 

1967 JEEP WAGONEER 

V 8 engine. 3 ipeed tfon^mniion power %reeMog 



^3095 
*2895 
M995 
*2495 
»2295 
M395 
^295 
*2095 
M395 

ni^5 

^695 
^2495 
^2395 
s 1 795 



GLEN JENKirstS 

317 Main Avenue WesT 
■ John Jienkins 



/ MOTOR 
CO. 
733-8726 
Glen "Jenkins 



Youree Motor 



HARVEST SPECIALS 

1969 CHEVROLET IMPALA <t -x y r\ r 

4 door hofd lop V 8, outomotic tron\miision. 4^ I 

power tteertnQ. Q" conditioning vharp I *^^^ / 

1967 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 ^ r\ r\ r 

4 door hord((}p V 8. power ftecr^g power b'akei 4) I- ^ 
Outomotit lrQri\mi%tion e>Wa riice I / 

1 969 MUSTANG . <(. i j r\ c 

Conveitible V8 automatic rfontmiuion an 4^ I ^\\^ ^\ 

(Ondihoning. powar %lffeting eslro ihorp I ^TT \^ 

1971 FORD GALAXIE <to-70c: 

4 door icdon 39Cf'V 8 powef steering power bixjiniiiff . ^ J g \J ^\ 
Oif condilionlrifl', real nice Mmm--§ 

1971 MUSTANG GRANDE <toiOC 

? door hardtop V 8 automatic tranimis\ion. power "J^ % I ^\ 
tteering powc' b'olie\ Oir conditioning I ^ %^ 

1970 PONTIAC GRAND^PRIX tr\Cinc 

7 door hardtop power steering power brakei. 4^ ^ 

V 8 automolic t'ontmnvion shorp ' %^ W 

1969 DODGE DART SWINGEf 

1 doo* ho*dtop V-S outornolK \*on\m\%\tot\ 
po*<(*i vfeeitng. lo« rnileoge. sharp 

1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA 



2 doo' hntdtop V B Oondoid 
tiun\misMon (Cid'O nice 



•"^1695 
^795 



MANV QTHF/? .SHARP CAff.S 



TO QHOO^E FROM!! 

Youree Motor Co 

Jock Cox 733-6811 Kelly Houk 
664 Main Ave. South — 'Used Car R»w' 



Ml l/s/u^ 



^^^^ m _ 

USED CARS & PICKUPS 

1971 INTERNATIONAL 4 < 4 Trabeloil. big V S. 4 speed, 

12,000 miles . J4195 

1970 FORD 3/4 Ion pickup, V-B. automatic, power steering, 
brakes, foctory oir. like new camper shell S3 193 

1969 GMC 1/2 ton pickup, V-8. outomotic. power steering, 
Michelin tires 41995 

1970 DATSUN pickup, cleon S1495 

1967 INTERNATIONAL 1/2 ton pickup, long wide bed, V 8 
engincv 4 speed, good $1495 

1968 MERCURY Montego sedon, V-8, outomotic 
transmission $1095 

USED TRUCKS 

1969 CHEVROLET, duol drive trick. 205" wheelbose. powe' 
steering, 366 V-8, 5 & 4, hew point ......... $7500 

1967 CMC dual dri.ve truck. 205" wheelbose, rebuilt 478 
■ToropFlow. 5 & 4. new point f/ $5995 

1958 KW tondem diesel tractor, NKI 250 ingln"). just 

R/B, 5 & i^ew^ioint- , ... ., .,. . iSSOO 

1964 CHEVROLET tog aide, truck with 18' A^iskin stockmoster 
stock ond groin bed, A-1 , -. $AVE 

1965 CHEVROLET 2 1/2 ton heavy duty truck, long WB, 
oir brakes, big V-8, 5 - 2, dual tonks. new point . , . $2495 

1968 IHCtroiler puller, OV462diew». . - ■ 

5 4 2, clean and sound $3995 

1959 IHC duol drive truck, extra long wheelbose, 345 

V-8, 5 4 3. 10.00 X 20 tires $2495 

1967-DODGE C-900 troctor, oir brakes. : 

413 V-8, 5J1-2, shorp $3695 

MAGIG VAUEY INTERNATIONAL 

259 4th Avenue' Vyest ' — Z33-4266 

' . ; . 1 - 



I ... 



BILL WORKMAN 
FORD 

nbso 

^2390 
^ 1 090 
5 1 290 
$2290 
M090 
^1390 
n280 
n T90 
^2090 
$2990 
^2090 
^ 490 
^ 790 



1969 MERCURY 

Marquu 3 door hardtop. V-8, outo 
motic, full power oir c^nditionirig, 
vinyl roof ■ I 

1967 PLYMOUTH 

Fury III 2 door hocdtop. V-8, ouiomot 
ic, power iteflring. power brokai. oir 
conditioning, radio > 

1970 CHEVY 

Kingswood Station Wogon. V 6. auto 
motic. power tleering. power brokei, 
orr (ondtfionmg, luggoge rock 

1968 DODGE 

2 doot hardtop. V B. ouiomotic 
poworvieering, 
vinyl roof, clean 

1 968 PONTIAC! 

Colallno 2-doof hardtop, V 8 Outo 
malic, power itceriiig. power brakes 
Dir conditioning, nice 

1970 PLYMOUTH 

Fury III 4 door hordtop. V-8. aulomof 
iC. power iteering, power broken, oir 

conditioning, vinyl roof 

1967 PONTIAC 

Tcmpeit 2 door hardtop, V 8, auIO 
imottc, power ilecring, oir condition 
fng, radio 

1 968 DODGE 

Charger 2 dooi hardtop V 8 ouio 
motic p ower lleering. air condition 
mg winyT root . > . . *• 

1967 FORD 

T Bid. 2 door haidtop. Landau. V B. 
6utamatic lull power oir tondilion 
mg. ntce 

1966 OLDS 

foronado 2 door hardtop V 8 oulo 
'motic foil power a if co"d>'ioning 
ihorp 

1971 FORD 

Torino Siotion Wagoo. V 8 automat 
ic powe^ ttee'-^ng rodio o feol good 
buy ' • ' .. 

1971 BUICK 

LeSobre 4 door. V B. outomotic. pow- 
er steering, power brokes. oir condi 

1970 MERCURY 

Cougof 2 door hordtop V 8 4 \peed 
TpoS'iFr itrering * lodio fleOn good 
lubbct 

1966 PONTIAC 

teMan% 2 door hordtop V 8 stond 
Ofd tron*mnsion power steenng ro 
dio clean 



1967 VW 

2 doQ' Bug 'odio 



1970 CHEVY 

I m polo 4 door hof dtop Outomotic 
power \teerirtg power brakes Oir con 
dilionmg vinyl roof 



1971 PLYMOUTH 

Fory III 4 door hordtOp V 8 Outo 
mot^C power steering a<r condition 
mg vifiyl foof 

1969 DODGE 

U Pickup V 8. Outomotic hitch mir 
'Ori hordtop 

(hrotjqhout fl^rtn 

1970 FORD 

Long wh-el ba*e V) Pickup. V 8 au 
tomo'tc hilc h mirrof \ tutone point 

Special 

1967 INT. 

Long wheel bose V 8 4 \peed 

hitch mirrors 
lebl nice unit 

1969 CHEVY 

Long wheel bo^c *^ V B 4 Apeed 
rodio, hitch 
good rubber cVon 



^2590 
$2990 
^2 1 90 
^21 90 
M390 
M690 




1243 Blue lakes Blvd. North ' ~ Phone 733-51 10 

f^CH^l^t^iti ACRES OF FREE PARKING!! \ 
X NEW FAIL HOURS: BsOO A.M.'to 7 P.M. . 



lection! 

1970 OPEL 

2 door h'o'dtop, outomotic trons- 
mission, on* owner, low mileage. 

{) you must tee this fine eco^nomy 

. cor ' 

M096 

1968CHEyELLE 

S5 Medium -Swnburjt- VeMow— in-- - 
color. 396 V B engine. 4 speed 
tronsmission. deluxe oil vinyl in- 
terior, spoft cjtrome wheeli. excel 
lept condition 

688 

1965 
VOLKSWAGEN 

2 door bug. 4 speed transmission, 

$798 

1969 PONTIAC 

leMop^ 2 door hordtop, dorV 
Green melaUic m color, V-B, oulo 
motic. power steering, spoTT • 
chrome whevlk. low mHeoge 

n785 

1968 FORD 

T^blaxie 500 2id'-or hocdiof). bnl ' 
lignt Red color. V-B^ aulomot- ^ 
ic, power steering ond brakes, 
foctory oir conditioning, like new 
White wall tires.' low mileoge ^ 

$1490- , 

1967 PONTIAC 

Bonneville Convertibli^, V 8. outo 
.' rnotic power steering, air con 
diligning, fully loaded.'' delude oil 
vinyl inlenor. deep Red in color 

Ml 80 

1 968 PONTIAC 

G TO 2 door hordtop. V 8, outo 
motic. power fleering, factory oir 
cdndttrontng. delo^e oil vinyl in 
tenor, buckef >eoti, ' Arctic While 
>n color, one owner, tow ttillet. 
steel sports whe^eli 

51665 

1966 FORD 

ftoncheto 2 door V 8. slondord 
tronimtwion 

*788 

1967 CAMARO 

n^.p Rrnwn ■n.tollif V B 4 iOCtd 



We've Been Pu fting 
Ourselves /n Ou r 
Customers Shoes For- 
■'■ Over 25 Years. 



NO UNHAPPY CUSTOMERS 

1 NONE 
ZERO 



OUR AIM IS TO MAKE 
OUR CUSTOMERS 
HAP^Y REGAROIESS 

Of THE ■ 
CIRCUMSTANCES. 



1 965 CHEVROLET 

Impolo 4 door sedan, small V-8 engine, outomodc 
transmission, power steering, blue iMith white lop. 
good transportation 



*390 



1967 OLDS 98 

4 door sedon. it runs l\ke a new one, .beoulitui 
gold, beige vinyl top. beige fabric interior, if rur^is 
like a new one. completely equipped with factory 
oir condttionmg , "po w er "■ s ie en ii tf T po wer "brnkeir 
new car trade in 



$ 



800 



1966 MERCURY 

Monterey 4 door sedon. bright red, white top. a 
local cor. runs reol wall., equipped with regular fuel 
V-8 ongine, outonjolic .transmission, ond pQwer 
>>-sle«uiig~ Q t9a\ nice oylomobile • 



H50 



1962-PONTIAC 

. Just transportation 

^100 



1967 MERCURY 

Monterey 4 door tedon. another one wner, new 
cor trade in. light blue outside', medium blue in 
ti'de. o fine outomobile runs good. look\ good is 
good . .. 



1962 RAMBLER 

4 door Mdon. lit a on* owner. J4.000 dctuol mil«. 
obtolulely th« claonnt old cor you'll ever tee 6 
cylinder engint.- ilondord Irontmission. rodio and 
ttfpler 



$ 



380 



1963 Studebaker 

4 door sedan. 56.000 octuol miles, adti without o 
doi'bt tho civanest used cor in town, 6 cytindvr 
..-e n gi n e, -ou l o m o tn ■ I f w wH wwof^- - boby. -bht* -tn e6*or 
inside and ogt 



»500 



1 963 FORD T-BIRD 

•p. oir conditionin 
ixcellent 

M75 



2 door hardtop, oir conditioning, bucket seots, 
runs ond looks excellent 



1963 LINCOLN 

lOS t} 
tllanf 

^388 



Conlirtentol, il has the works, cl^on qs o pin insTBe**" 
ond ouf. on eacellanf, (STd'Ar'*ttnrurY:car. ■{,. 



775 



1 966 PONTIAC 

Bonneville stotion wogon, belonged to locol bus- 
inesimon, |utK right for bock ond forth iron, work 
i hauling the children to school 



$ 



49.0 



tronsmission, bucket seots. oH vinyl 
interio^ lor the very vpoiti mind 

M460 

1969 OLDS 98 

Luitury 7 door hardtop, medium 
Green with dork Green vmyt rocSt 
oil the accessories including foctory- 
oir concjitioning. power seots. tilt 
wheel very low mileage sold . 
new ticre ot Abbies 

^2388 

1964 
CHEVROLET 

Mottbu 2 door hardtop. V fi. outo 
motic power steering, oir condition 
ed 

V88 

1968 PONTIAC 

leMonj 2 door hordtop, V 8 outo 
malic, power vieering, factory air 
conditioning, deluie oM vinyl m 
tenor, bucket i«of\, Arctic White 
in color, orse owner, low mi>es 
steel sports wheels. 

^1985 

ABBIE 
Uriguen 

OLDS — BUICK 
-^OPEL- 
AMERICAN MOTORS 

712 (Aain Avc.S. 

733'8721 



1 2 MONTHS OR 1 2,000 
MILES POWER 
TRAIN WARRANTY 
WITH ALL CARS 
LISTED BELOW!! 



1971 DODGE 

Monoco 4 door hordtop thu cor belonged to locol 
businessmon ond hoi 2 1 000 Qctuol miles, beouti^ul" 
Itght blue with dork blue top moichmg blui fobric 
interior of course factory oir conditioning, power 
steering, power brokes its obsolutely perfect one of 
the prettiest colored cart we hove 


1 972 GAAC y4 TON 

P.cKup. 4.000 miles. I6pg wheel bose, h«ovy duty 
vpringi, 4 speed tronimJition. big 6 cy^rtder engine, 
oH (he ealrof and |ust like brand new 

SAVE 


^3250 

Plus 1 Yta* or 1? 000 M.let 
Power Tram Worronty 


Plus 1 Veof^r 1 3.000 Milei 
Power Train Worronty 


1971 LINCOLN 

Conitnenlol 4 door sedon Amerxo v fmetl ■ 
CO! needle* I to voy it ho\ tv^iyttitng beout.tul 
ginger meto'lic with white vinyl top and mec^um 
ginger lobnr m* - Mirhelin tires automatic air 
conditioning pow^r vec ' and wind'^wt power 
steering, power brakes^ a local on»v ot,i— new 
co» tfode m obsolutM^fHi^ttm'^il. - 

^5590 

Plus 1 Yeoror 13,000 Miles 
Power Trom Worronty 


1972AAERCURY 

Cougor XR7, this cor iss^usl |ikj| brond now. 4,000 
miles * Its absolutely perfect, foctory air con- 
ditioning ymyl lop. oil leather interior, beautiful ' 
whit^ with green vinyl lop, motchiisg greon leather 
interior. V-8 engine, automatic tronsmistion, power 
steering ond brokef. obsolutely the shorp«tt 

SAVE 

Plus ! Year or 13,000 Miles 
" '. «.n Worronty 


1971 FORD 

Torino 3 door hordtop. o real thorpie, yellow with 
block vinyl top, block vtnyl mltnor •atr^me'y low 

power sleerir\g and (odory otr conditioning a locol 
ooe owner 

$AVE 

Plus ) Yeoror 12.000 Mttei 
Power Trom Worronty 


1969 MERCURY 

Montego 4 dohir sedan, o local 1 owner, eicellent 
economy br>d equipped just right. 303 V-8 regular 
tuet »ngm» outorndnc 7ronM«iH»oh. 'pb»W 
whitewdll tires, radio ond heater 

^1390 

^ Wui 1. T«ic or 1 J.OOO MilM 
- • PoW Train WArronly ■ v.^ 


1971 MERCURY 

Morqwis 4'door sdeon, beoutiful light green, wth 
green ^^y^ »ap. ond everyihmg on it, ■this cor 
betorsged to o IckoI businessman *i.ond it show it. 
power tooft drid pawa/ windowi,^-mdtaLlic<>,-auta;. - 
motic oir condiiioning. absoluttly spotlets insid* ond 
out, sove like never belore on lhi» one 

*3850 

Plus 1 Year or 1 3.000 A^Us 
Power Troin Worronty . 


1971 MERCURY 

Com*!, locol 1 ownor. low luloag*, ot doon o tor 
at you'd tapMf ID find. 6 cylirKlw wagin*. >lar>- 
dord-JToa««iiw».- »<Kli»^K«om,- off iM «mrai7 - 
woll lo woll'corpviiitg. 14 iixh tirM Olid wheeh. 

n850 

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U TlniM-Nevvs, Twin Falli, Idaho Friday/ October 20, 1972 




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PAUL - A— gybagft^and Fe^ ^jj' 



rubbish pick-up sciwdule for U>e realdinMS and from $3.50 to $1S 
" ppr riibnth' for bualnessM. • 

' CIty-'Clerk Lavauna TibbitU- 

mali\ QP vprnl v lnla^toiyg of a new 

garbage ordinance passed in 
connection . with the plan have 
been reported. 



Ok Are Umits jof faul^ ^ 
— C b nvl c tf on — ht such o 



city of xPaul has been 
at||!iist>ed by Robert Mclntire, 
a recently conttjact ed traah 
hauler. 

The area north of Highway 25 
will get pick'up service on 
Mondays and Thursdays while 
the area south of Highway 2S 
will be serviced on Tuesdays 
and Fridays, according to 
-Me/ntiF* , 



violation could result in a $100 
"Bneandpaymentof prosecution 
cdsts unider the new ordinance. 



reorgaiiizes 

~~ . ...1 - ~Vi|£w '^Riypioiid Seacle' has been named 
new bisiMp df the View LDS Ward during 

reorganfa atloii. ± ^ ^ ^ 

■.: - , Cecil Blaue r and Rex Wrigley ai;e first and 
- -- — - second councllm respectively. Jay Paul Tegan 
is finance clerk and Jack Taylor is statistical 
clerk. ^ 
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Courses set tor personnel mg 



are reUrlng bUhoprlc. Orvtlle 8earl«-ltj«tlrl]ig 
clerk. 



courses on bacteriology for 
Magtc rVjBlley TpBorapry 
(wrsofinel ate 'being sponsored 
by th(tJSouthcentrBl--idaho 
Coordinating Council for 
atibn; 

The class will be presented at 
Gooding Memorial Ho£«pital, i 
Gooding^ Oct. 31; Cassia 
Memorial Hospital, Burjey, 



Nov. 2) Minidoka Memorial 
Hospital, Nov: 7,. and. at St. 
TBenedif f 'TTJospital, Jerdme , 
Nov. 9: 

All 6f the sessions, which will 
begin at 2 -p.m., will- b? 
cnnductwi h y Dorothy Ptefterle. 



MT(ASCP) and Diaina Canine,. 
MT(ASCP), laboratory 
personnel from Magic Valley 
M^prial Hospital. Twin FaUs. 



DISTURBING 

NEVirYbRK-(UPI)-'Dtoturt). 
^ Ijehavlor may be ^aa 
Indlcatton of mental or emotloQ- 
al illn«H. This is - according to 
ttie NAMH Reporter, official 
tmbllcatlon of the National 
Association for- Mental ^Healtti. 

.T^ublesome persons may be 
persons iii troutde and the 
article suggests sympathetic 



understancUng rather .ttian.cnu- 
dam and antagoni^_ when 
dealing with people who have 
mdi mental problenis.' ■ 



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She said several residents are 
apparently not aware of a 
provision making it unlawful to 

hum gart>^gP nr ruhhi.qh within 



News Of Servicemen 




WILLIS LOFTIS 
TWIN FALLS - Pvt. Willis 
^Laftls graduat ed R ecently from 
tiasic training at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Depot, 'San 
Diego, Calif. 

He is the son of James P. 
LofUs, Twin Falls, and a 1972 
graduat»_o(- the livcrmorc, 
CaUf. High School. 

JEROME - Seaman Alan W. 
Biggs graduated recently from 
recruit training at the Naval 



Training Center, San Diego, 
Calif. e 

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ^ 
George P. Biggs and husband of 
the former Elizabeth L. IJoyd, I 
all Jerome. 

Seaman Biggs is a 1972 ^ 
graduate of Jerome High ^ 
School. He iS| scheduled to 

repoLt to ' Electronics 

Technician Class "A" School, 
San Fr-ahcisco. i** 

JKKOMF, - Pfc. Robert K. ^ 
Astleford has graduated from 
basic, training at the Marine 

Corps Recruit Depot, San Z 

Diego, Calif. H 

He is the husband of the X 

former Kathryn 1. Scarborough, '«*■ 
Jerome _ - 

Private A5tleford is a 1965 «*' 

graduate of LaSeria, Calif., S? 

Acadenty and attended « 

Portland State University, ^ 

Portland, Ore. " w 



TWIN FA1,1-S — Seaman 
Recruit Bob D. Lively has, 
graduated from recruit Iralnirigi 
al'the Naval Training Center, 
Orlando, Fla. ' . 

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
JahaH.Lively, Twin Falls, and 
a former student at Twin Falls 
High School.- 

He is scheduled to report to 
Aviation Electronics 
Technician School, Orlando. 



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Minidoka pageant 
^ipplicants soughl_ 




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forms can be returned to any of 
the four. 



RUPERT - Minidoka senior 
high girls wishing to participate 
ih the Junior Miss Pageant 
should submit applications' by 
Monday, according to pagean( 
chairman W. F. ( Bill) Whittom. 

Whittom said application' . . ^ ,„ , „ 
fnrt^ .; ftrf avBllahlp frpm Pr "inipetition Dec. 12 in ^oscow. 

Dale Miles and "himseWT— ^ The reigning Minico Junior 
Rupert; Mrs. Wayne Miss, Brenda Martin, Paul, will 
Reddekopp, Paul, and Mrs. crown the winner, according to 
Sherman Couch, Heybum. The Whittom. 



The annual pageant will be 
held Nov. 23 at 0 p.m. In the 
Minico High School auditorium. 
TTie winner will enter state 



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I'rtrt'lh s b I d' d 1 n K - ShVcr 
whimsy'' Or real top level " 

Top level is the answer. 
North really doesn't h.ivc a 
bid over -West's, onespadc 
'jopeinfTg. \t he doiible.s ho 
expects bis partner to bid 
hearts add his minor .sirits 
are just four cards each 

Then East barges into 
Blackwood in d i r e c t ' rfe■ 
s p o n s e to the orie-spade 
opening North doesn't know 
just what is going", on but he 
passes at fiw diamond's and 
East settles for five spade; 

This gels ba<^k tp Nerth 

■ and North -shpirfd have a 
pretty • igiMxMw-tijrs-rOf the 
East hand. He has tried fdr 
a slam - with just one age^. 
He must have a lot oUwSrts 

■ t{M Jfiadcs—and singletons 



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South l^ marked with an 
iic (■ and |iriilial)l> nnthing 
I'lso. but he cerlainU shnulil 
he lont! m iit least lUii' nunur 
siiu'i- ilt'arl> lie iMii't luilil 
more than one spado 

The five nn trump call wilt 
tjcl hun Id 1)1(1 'his heller 
minor and South should not 
be set mure than one trick 
at SIX 

Sure enou>;h, .South bids 
SIX clubs West (liiubles 
What else wciiild >iiu do"" 

Soiilli )()i)ks wDirii'il until 
he sees (liimm> Then he 
rulfs the '>p.Mle le.id drims 
Iriinips o\enlii.ill> fiMes,ses 
Uvu'c HI diamonds .iml hrin>;s 
hunie lu.s slam 

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