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■HSIt. XX. NO. 2 3 S ^ CENTS. ' W n •'Boui LM«*d ^ r a Taic(npt>Io j^ ^ » * r » i o « ol ih* Dniwd Prw»_ TWIN FALLS, ICAHO, WKDNESDAY,’JANUARY 6, 19n8 ^ »' *“ "• OFFICIAL COUNTY NEWSPAPER FDR APPLIES BRAKES ON SPENDING * » * » » . » » » » * * * Justice Sutherland Resigns from Supreme Court IHlEi! 10 FOR M S HE PLANS TO 00^ Age, Possible III Health Givoa As Beasons For Leaving High Judiciary •WV\SHINGTON. Jan. 5 (U.R) — Associate Supreme Court justice GeorRe Sutherland in a letter to President Rooae- velt today announced his re- tirement effective Jan. 18. Sutherland’s' letter to the Preaident stated that he was retiring under the Sumner.s supreme court retirement act passed by congress hist year. It >Vas this act under which Justice Willis Van Devanter retired last spring. reachcd Uie age Where he no longer could conllnuc the arduou-s duties of the supreme court Jusllcf with- out sacrificing hLi health. It waa understood .thot Ills gen- eral . physical condition nt present vas Bood bub that ]ie believed it. might ■brcnk should he continue on Ui6 court. He l.s 76. Sutherland's retirement followed Van Deventer's by eight montlis. Van Devanter'fl resignation came near the conclusion of the.hiatorlc fight over President Roawvelt’a his- toric Judiciary reorganizatfon plan. ReUres on Full Pay The act provides that eupremc court Justices may retire at the full >20,000 per year salary and may be called back to actlvo servicc in low- er. 09urt» at'th%.<llrcctlan of tho <Jhlef^Uce. SuUwrland, one of the four men bom outside of thb United States ever to slt.upon tho supreme bcnch, was enlisted firmly among the con- ■ervatlvc branch of the court dur- log’hls 16 years on tho bench. He waa appointed in 1923 by Pres- ident Harding and from hia first appearance on Ihc bench, his career wtB distinguished for conservallsm. Joining a court whose membership at that.tlme funriamentnily was con- aervallve, Sutherland adjusted read- ily Intdnhe tribunal at that time. Near tho end of hla tenure.ns an associate Jiwllce, however, his views were llbernllicd Rllghtly—to Oie cx- fconllnucd en File 2, Column S) BENiWES HE 10 HN Ford Company Exooutivo Still Falls to Hear From Daughter Noted Surgeon Succumbs Here End fiomes at Local Hospital To Halt Impressive Career Colleagues and friends' from all parts of 'Idaho today joined in mourning the death of Dr. X>. L. Alexander of Twin Falls, 57, dean of the medical profession in Jdaho, and recogni^cd by hrs a.ssociate.s a.s one of the iorcmoat .phy.sj- cians and surgeons in the intermountain west. He-died at the Twin Falls county gdnsaral hospital at 5:20 thia,m6rning. Dr. Alexander was stncken'while in his office early last t'riday evening after he .had complained of not feeling well earlier in the afternoon. He did not regain consciousness up until the tlhic of hls_death. YPBII.ANTf, MU-h., Jnn, ft (yR>— Hnrry H. nmnrtt, hiffH-bnllcd and wealthy Ford Mot«r rninimny rxr riltlve, cried: "Shn's *£i;J my babyl' _t«dny and lUKrd his n-year-oUl 'daiiKhlrr, Orrtrurtr, to rrttiin liomn with Iho rollrgo lap diinrrr niid chMlra lender with whom n/in rlop- cd Monday nlKht. "'rnitly In wrlromc honii-," Ilrn- nrtl f<Ald alliT hh kldiiaiilng friirn liail hffn <llA^I|mlrd by a polirn an- luiiinrrmrnt Mint the glil anil Riis- sell llughea. Ji, wrrn married iit Auburn,. Ind., by ii Juntlco of llic I>eace. Poliro i'oiild ni)l Irurn whcrn Mliui ncnnett and hrr Inmbiind went thpir honrymo'in. nmiu-lt nuld that , he bellevMt llioy wore U>o frightened / Ui notify him, but lin whk fonMdcut / tlial he wiijild hriir frotii tlirm to- ' diiy. IliiKhen, atvcorillug to hl.'i nte|i> Your CluiiNificd Ad Will Reach Over 15,000 HomcH! J«ir «l»uirk<t art whrn plaoni i» eUhcr the Tlmn nr Newi rnni In both al one roM. yoMrtre aaiurA of an «l. mnil »#r prr rent eoirerBin In llir Mdiitb Malm tmllofy, llatra ■r« Ri luW ai Ito prr line per day w r u i AN ADUlTtONAI. <’AN|I ItlN(U>t'NT OF I.It IK rA I» lOK WrrillN HKVKN !>AYH OP TIIK M its r INHKKT|<>N) Halea Uke (hrw with coveraie Btirli aa youigri with the rombtnrtf <lr««> lltlniii ot the TIMKN and NKWH brinf fatlrr, lirtler rmuitit T ty II Cliihttiflcii Adi Vh<me :iH Friends, Associates Mourn as Death Takes Dr. D. L. Alexander, Leader in Idaho Medical Ranks Quits Bench Awoflaie Hupreme Court Ju«- tfre arorca If. .MutherUnif, 16, today realrned from the coun- try's hlibetl tribunal. Afce and a . dfslro to keep hU preirnt health •were given as reaioiu for the resignation. « ;o iii ilBSSPOM Barkley Expects Major Part Of Seaslon to Be Spent on Anti-Monopoly Laws lly JOI-: AI.KX MOItillH WAnmNcrroN. j(iM, n (un a< i- mlnlAlrtillon IrniHT* p^e^nl■tl (ho iw of rotigrpcs IdwhkI Itn flinl major i-oiitllrl Indiiy—it liiiltir over thr antl-lyiii'tiiiiiL. hill and tiiiiiHht l«» hiihteti the crealloii iif '•fundnnipnlnl" IfKl'ilntUm Id cuib ni<.n..j)oly. •nil. jirnfiiiectfl of n prolonKed, hitler rilllnMer llgnln^l tho nnll- lynrhlng bllV grrn onl nt « nrrn-t stmttsy confereiiro of tho Brniite o))|H»«Uion bimi rDincldriit w llh.a rail hy Majority Usdrr Alben W. nafliley, D , Ky.. f,,r npred In artlng on ImiKirlunt innihnren, •'I Inkn it for jrantod tliat IIjK of <ioHKrrM will deal liniiln- meiitully with anti.hii.iiojxily I ckIv liiUnii." iliirkley miij, HarKlry «ald Ihnl wugen and liourh leKl"lnlli)h, now l)iirled*(n a h^lll^^ nininilKee, iniiflt W enarled al Ihl-i flenM.in o r r<.nKrr-m,iiini Will wrath of v«ler« *i tJ,o |Hilln iiml. New O^'rlripBtrnlii An B.i*nnl.lp<l to Un.r Mr, Iloiwvclli. ,iie«.««n three new ilpveltj,„„p[,^ hHllral-'d the h|KTd with 1 * 1 ,iri, iiio »e>»,l<>ii ■ol under way. ’Hipy 1. Kmemenro <,t vice ITr.lihht John Nance (Jan.hr „ lh« mo«l Acllvr admlnuiratloi, lei.drr In bohlml-tbe.*.e„^, ronarcijiloiiai actl.„» nmnmx.ly. Oarner wan »ald to look , kinrtlv nt r. by (Jen Wlllla.,, i»orah, U, hon.*y. I), Wyo: 2 A..n<mn.r.j,<.a ,,y .. nt, t. o Upon learning of his death, scores of doctor.<i and friends were quirk to expre.'is their sorrow. All were agreed that Dc^ Alexander's pass- ing would be a serious loss to tlie mealcal profession generally and to tho community yin which he pmctlced for nearly 30 yews. Wide Interests Dr, Alcjtander’s interests in life were wide and varied. He. had al- ways taken an active part In medi- cal affairs and had presented pa- numerous 'ooDastonsi^fore. . conventions'.-He w*a Inter- e*l<d In the civic deVelopment of Twin Palls, and. during his spare time enjoyed tho sports of golfing, hunting and fishing. His career in- cluded aenflcc In the United States army during the World war, Tlioso who knew him intimately also re- garded hlrri highly for his vftrlous philanthropie: Or. AlQiandrr was born Sept. 17. I8S1, at Slrathrow, Ont., Cniiada, lotch'parentage, he R|>eht hla boyhood at SanduSky, Miclt. After complctlnK hln preliminary ediica- tl()n, he enterfd tlie University of Michigan at Aim Arbor fo study medicine, flnl.ihlng hU work tlierc in 1003. After serving his intcnie- nli(p. he prncticed his profession at Siindiisky for about a year before Inking (iirUtrr ikmI graduate work. Then he cume we.%t. loratlng at Tnn- opnli, Nev..' where he reiniilned for nrvrrni year.i before coming to Twin l'all.1 in 1910. Several Auorlalri Here In Twin FallR, Dr. Alexander first beramn nMorlaled with Ur, DwlKht, l.jilfi- he prnclliTd Jointly al dllferent Intervals wllh Dr. II l.amb and Dr. 11. D. Hlmontoii, i: of I)ol^r, I’or llin pn^t several ynirs he w.ifi a.vsocliited.wllh Dr. Charles n, Dcymer who CHme to 'IVIn Falls finm Hurley.. ,, Al tho eurlli-.it tipiiortui'iUy. Dr, Alrxiiiidcr enluird fur service In Ihn ini’tllc'iil rorpn ittirhiK U.e World OcliiliiHlly jit FfJrl JUley, Kail., he wiin m' m I to Nnrthwesliim iiiilviTslty III (.'hlrnKO for Intensive triiinh.K 111 i>rih(ii>e<Hc'.i. I'nmi there he went iihroad iin orltio|>fdlc Kroii li. I'hitrKH oC base hitn|ilUtl No. IlH) lii I•nll^.,I'•rllnl•e, He aervert In Mini nipiirlly Ii>r IH niontJit», re- imi.hiK l'> th'’ United titaten with (•;oiiUriiir<1 on P«|« Z,'('oluinn J> NOlElmEll FORIIII!S,fliyEl Ooodlnff Jiulffo 8«ti Jan, 17 r*)r Trial on Ohargo of Mnr'iiorkng Husbftnd (looDIM d, ,h>n. rt (H|irrlal) > Ml,, ilc-.irvlrk’fl Agnes I'ruett, 3J rh«it('>l «'ih the first degree nnir iln lit liri Ixi'.lmnd, All>ert Donald I'iiii'ii, iiiii iiii.iiiing entered a plea l,t mil «Miliv n’l she'appealed l>eforo Ji.ciK'’ iNiti-ii )l Miilphi'n. ,tiici,;-' Iiiiliilwi. set Irlal in the castf f„i n> -I 111 "li n Ml- I'iiirtI ruined her imt «iillty lilfd ..... well iiicHliiUied voire, 'llie I. win crowded iirll, »h(i In b«li.|| held In ralln rounly Jail, la ^llrHlllllH bar Inisband to ilrnll. Ilir cvriilliK Of Nov, 34 Rl Bills. nucM'ii: d by Attorney A. 1' .... .. the oaae for the M'!». liyan - '• 'chogsina I^d Imm, «,.M„ inlc altornry for tlic Death Ends Noted Career TrlbHte poured In from all p a^ a ^ f Idalio today for Dr. p . I* Alexan&er, abnve, who died early tooay at the Twin Kalis hospital. Ranked as one of the leading surgeons of the Intermountain west, Dr. Alexander was 67 years of a|e at his death. High Tribute Paid To Dr. Alexander Krieildrt IlH,S()ciHl(‘K <if | ifi'l ' hclr.s. I deeply Ihn late D|. 1). li. Ali'XiiiKloi. Alr«.„a.r lioll, .« l,illll>nt pionorr phyHiciiiii of Ihis noc- tion who illcd early thi.s niorii- ing at tho coiiiily K«'m;nil liotipital. tlii.s itftcrnDon t'X- pre.tKccLrPKrct al the tlcath of tho inati hi.s colloaKiHin tonnnl "tlu! out^landlnK aiir- Kcon of umillrT'rii Idaho.” riiynU:luii.'> from ov<'r Idiilio iiml from tbiN M'fdon Joliinl c/tfrfic from other wiilks iif IKc iii i.ri.dln{ I!ondolrtiicei> lo the iM-reiivcd riinilly. Dr. Y. 1': lliuielt, UihhUiik; pn'-'l* dent of the iloUlh Hlilr MrilKiil :.n. clety, Kiild Dr. AlexiiiKlri ;i d ’-.illi 'Vaine a:i a Bliock to.iiii of HI" I'ni- fessloii," 'nlled reader •'Dr. Alc‘ iiiler. douin Ihr- lending iihyf-ii'Uii <ii seiHloii of IdiiluV Dr. IliiiirU "Wfl who Knew hlin not <nil'- mired him for hln ’nl^t kii'i'v: of medlt'iii" hill n1i<o i<diniiMl nnd loved him an a mm.." High priilso for Dr. AKMiniinW M mlUlaiy' work and lilr. Mi|i|.oit i.lV^ liiepnrrdiii'n'i wiin jilven l)v iCol. II. (I iJiiilcrliurli. Ililll. 1iiiil ' ncern, fdiihii Nalloiinl (liiuiil. ’A ,n one who M-tVed liln (cmiii) well (liiiliiK Ihe Wi)rld win.' l rol. I.)Ui1fihnrh said, "imil wliii m. i tliut iiiiie liiis geuriiiiiiJy kio' u.IiI' lliiid lo priiiiiiitliiK tin: |irlii'l|<1i of preimtednciiH. the iiiilh'i.iil kh'" 'nnd (iiHatllvril rei.rivcd drc|ilv I"' llio loM Ilf imr nmiinitc uinl lii'H'1 Dr, Alrm.iiilrr." Di, Ohiillo. n Hciill, ........ pil l if lli>' Idiiho llliil lilliiil 1.I-; ricly in.d r Ali-xniidcr, wiled thi f.venliig ’nmrii liHlny lixlHr, •'Dr. Alex\i.der « di>i l«»t, Hlwayn ildvol , nioii, He wuN i\ In' ilnilli In a hk'iiI |i : in.I I ‘I'l llillte hIio caiiir li nin 11 ander r. Harelny, ciociir ■ whci (cleKiDpliril Ihi- Kvcnlt.ti "Di'. A1i-Xiuiil«r win oiil' Rieillciil lluiiie In nliil<’ im 'J lovnlili. chiiiactcr anil >>iH ' niimrnn. II will >m> it illtlli llillin " • I Ol .iiirgi'oii iind pers<innl Irlnid. Iiiexhaii»tll>le Knrrgy Dr. 11. I-, Stowe, f o r m e r 'IVIn I'allft roiinty rormirr itnd nicinher of the Kencritl lul^plllll nliilf, Icriiied the liile phy^t(1 nll'tl cneiKy ns "lii- exlmiistlble," "lll.i enrrKV whm Incxluni^Hblr and liU liMvs lo ttin cooiiiuii.lt.v mid llifl me<llciil profe.vnlim will be heeiily felt,” Dr. Hlowe^Kiihl, Froip Dr. <irtir/(r f.', llnlln' ty coroner, i iiim' Ihe ^lllIl•llll■nl Ihut thr Inie iiliyslrliin wits ii wlllll.H hiiltnnt. Dr, Ihillev wn,i ii fileiul x)f Dr. Alexiillder Klnrr IflllL " H o ^^'A 1 im oiiliiliindUiK lender In th e profi'K^ioii Mild hlA I(vvi Is keenly fell' by docloi One ol Jlie nblr.^l MiiKeim-, it willing coii'iiilimil nnd lui ulil h leiimiivi everywheie," Di, Hailey stilled, 'Dr. .tohn y. Coiitjhlln lrii.ir<| the lohn "(llinrult III irpliic "I coiiMder him lo lie the nioMt oiitJitanillllK iihysliimi In II.In on," Dr. OoiiKlilln niii<l. HnliMi Tritiutp llolse physlvliiiin tiin) Ihe sliilfl heallh deiii>rtnieiil Joliieil In expt (Continiird niifd yi l'*(n Z, 4<i|timn J) CHECK C LIB ta e O MILLION Tndlvldiiiil di'blls, or total amount if eherki i hinged l<i cl.eekliig nr.^ V“i'' M Oiiiitn ul llie Klilellty Nulloniil hmik I mid tlie 'I'wln Kalis Hunk ilKii'ii t'liiiit ci)iii|>i.tiv (liirli.K 1037 nmoiintV ........ ird |4I |A(i.’(iii.;>i)n;iu, flgurei comiiilril I III. I l>v thn two li.iitltulliina revealed this ./■ ' iiftrrnmm, Ale.- 'At the hiinie lln.e bunking offl- Alein ii'inis relea^ied Inillvliliml debit slate I'li.ii'" ini'lila for Decnn^er wlilrli showed iiiilliii; ' iDtUi lili.iiii'nt til lin »n,fl.1U,U00.'iS VI III..' iiKitiiiil iu.uiu,ii;iu 10 lill'rlt^[ the mill....... . In 10;in. t .....I ' 'll.io droji of Drremlx-r, 10:0, over |irrvliiii;i Dni-iiilK'r iiinoinila .lo nuin to fill Ills piucii In lilntio iikiI- <»l,ut)0,au:).Htf, Iho iiuiiies altuw. E JKPANESE CLASH N SEnLEMENI Invaders Demand FuU Sule Ovor AroaTollowlng Recent BbmbingB By KDWARD W. DEATTIB , SHANGHAI. Jan. 5 (U.R)-- A new nnd ^erioua clash’ be- tween Jniiane.se and forciKn interests was threatened to- day as Shantrhai municipal authorities referred to the United States and British governments'TP'Japanese mand for virtual controINft the internaticnal ficttltment, ^ Foresecinif a clash of inteV- e.sts, the Shanghai ipunicipal government referred the Japanese demands^ to the American and British con- sulatcH general here. » Settlement avithorllles awaited specific reaction from Washington •rtd Undon. The Japanese today toik over- all radio stations and Installed Japs censors who will be ready at a mo- ment's nbticc to exert control over all messages, Including foreign ones. This would mean that the Jap- anese, opersiting In Uio International settlement', would ccnsor American and other foreifn. newspaper dis- patches to their liking, . Crials Loosna What bade t« be a crLiU between Japanese and foreign intcresU had Its origin in an outbreak of <temb- in«i and oti:er «tUclu oa Japanese •«d4 (nwapaneae Cbloeaa tn ahfttu- ttil. to tho lotera»tlonU aejBqnent ind the Prmwh oonpesMon «dJoinin* Chinese "dare to die" men, W mlhg the now famous aulcide aquads, be- san harassing Japanese troops and- aallors by.meana of bombing attacks, Japanese* quietly took oyer the (CentlnueO on f t|e 2, Calumn I) M R LICENSES SETNEWRECORO Ftinda Eecolvedin 1937 Boar To 1107,606 For County All-Time High iteiichlng a nev all-llms high Old. motor^.vehiclo llcen.ne recelntn In ’i'wln Falli) county soared to $107,- fiOfl for the year 1037, County Annr.^nor J- n. Ilarnhartsannounced thin nil- eniooii. n .e new record was almost 120,000 HlKivo the funds taken Ih during loao, nm lolnl last yenr •17fl,M7.25, I’lissenger earn licensed fur (hln niimty dimbed lo unpreccdi'iilrd hlglin and nearly renrhrd io.oixi. Tho actual ftgiirn vtui 0.141. Mr. Uornlinrt ssld. ICverj* rntcKoiy mmor vehlclen except romtn' Iriicks Bhowed a-gain for 1UJ7, i.t- tliou«li jmssenger cars led Iho ll^1 Tlie efimiiiary for Inst yeni, with coinpiiratlvi* figures for 11^3(1, »iliijw; Drrrmbrr Motor Vehicle llri.ort 1030 ( lU,!? ToUl Ciill'-riliniii |l7a.M7.ta >l07,wiil.00 Total IJcentea ID.Ifl (»r» ..0,1«J 1 Trurhn ........ oi4 Knrm Trurks . i.mn 1,11)1 <^oiiiiiiereUI Trucks , zn llralrrB............ , 31 Mii(<irc|irlea . 45 Coinnirrrlal Trailers., Trallrr. ................ 1,304 t,(IHH Nniie or thn fliiidn liiken In iwilar trhlclr llrfiiifr.i u'l'f to (oiiiilv, the nMe«»or explnliieit. HI wiiy dl.Milcts receive Ihn tiiilk, 117 rent, iinit the ntntc recelvcn 13 per eeiil. States Recession Has Reduced U; S. Federal Revenue NET DEFICIT FOR 1938 TO BE LESS THAN 1937 HEFLIN LOSES IN MEFORSENA' Former Solon Snowed Under III Flood Votes For New.Doal-Candidate Br LYLE C. WILSON WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (U.R)—President Roosevelt re- ported to congress today that he had clamped brakes on spcndinK in an •unsuccessful effort to balance budget# dis- located by business recession. Mr. Roosevelt estimated the net deficit for this (1938)' fiscal year at $1,088,129,600 and for the 1939 fiscal year at 606,000—with the prospect that each will be greater. He proposed pork barrel economies which invit6 trouble on’ Capitol hill. '• The President explained tbat recession tremendously had rcduced revenue' and preventtid budget balancing despite economies of $397,000,000 so far this year and 1639,000,000 in next.year’s outlay. He believes that business will improve some but prob- ably not regain'its 1937 levels in l9S8Mle based hlrbadL on' existing tax rates but recommended, changes to re* lieve hardships. BopM !• K «v B «m M ‘"1 that then may b« enacted at an early (Ute,” ta inlonsed eon- “a u ^ •zDcndfflent* ta tha nrvtnue law as will malatala'theye- lltlcal "coipa-bcck*' wu 4Md eupm: Oourt Justice Hugo L. Black }n th* u. a Itetunu (com- pete aaw for •Cttt«red rurftl e^lneta) from a i|iree>man.Demo* eratlo p rim a ry l^liowed: Hill. 74372. Hetllti, S9.393. Oharles WU- Ilams. ‘'dirt" fann- er. 4^3B. Oovemor Bibb HEFLIN Graves is expect- ed to appoint HID to the aenate, Unis avoldinB an election, when ttu offlclnl tftbulallon of the primary la fompleted. Mrs. Dixie Oravea. his wKe, who has been serving In Ulnek's scat temporarily, will re- Bl«n. Hill. a» ardent supporter of the noosevelt ncimlnlAtradon and one o( thn (ew southemers who en- dorsed the wanes and hours bHi in the house of representatives, ran on n 'strictly 100 j>er cent Now Deal" pliiHorin. Ilrllln, whoso senate ca- reer ended when Alabamans voted him put bern,u»e he Doited Uw Dem- ocratic national ticket In the 1636 •iiinpnlKn. hnd promised to ;‘iup- Iloosevclt when I think ho la E r CroHby I’rcscntcd With Fourth Son Hf)l.t-yWCK)ll, Jiui. ft lO.Rl-Ding fJioi.hy wun ple^enlert with • lll^ riiiiilh Mill this niiiriilME by Mrs. I)Uli‘ i^e Criv-by, The Q pound, 0 (luiirr bttby WHS Imrn hi Ceiinrn ot l.«'l)niim)‘lio«i)liiil a t 4:36 a. ni. 'Hie nxKiiier pared thn door nervously iiiivit of Itin nltih(. nielr other children nre Oury Kvnnn Orosliy, 4. and I’hillii and th-niils, y-yeiii-old twlnn, U. H. DKHT WArtlllNtl'l'ON, Jnn, ft ntR)-lf rvrry iniui, wnmiiii nnd child In Uie llnlle<t Blates wern nsked to coM- (cirmfe pcianlly' lowaul' llriiildulloii «l the public deht estlmuted for thn (Isciii yenr IU31I. enrli wmilit liiivn to jioy aiiprox^- ■nftlrly 1273. 2 Girls Face Miirder CharHi; T Following Holdup fo^ $2.10 NKWAIIK, N. J„ Jnn. A lUI’l - Mniinlnli, ;JO-yi'itr-iild Ivlhr-l' /liihl and her 17-yi'ur-otil hI'I (llriiil/dennvlftvo Otyciiii, (iirni niurilor I'liariies tmlny Im nli>y- liiK a bus driver In a hu 1ihi|i that ilatUd UMin U.IO. Pin (ilrls conrcMMi, |Millcn annimneed, that their bdrt nliiiliiBl rBre(*r resulted In (tie nliiyliii ot William narlUnst. (»- Ihnr of two youiiK i:hlldren, on (hr niiiht or l>ec. 21 hrllelle- villr, rr J.. neur Newaik, Ml*. Solil, Wltoao hunbaiid, Wlllliini, 23, In nervlnv an In- (I' lriiiilnaU term hi the Annan- ilule rehiinialory tor taiil'iMrlng with hln u«ed fathers bank ao- eoiiiit, mat Mias Owens In ilw county refonii school. Miss Owens was arrested Mon- day alter dropping a chance re- mark to Mn(, uallierlno Dum- Ing. a pn)bulion offluer. She waa ashed about her financial sta-' lus, and repllo<l: ■it things don't s«l M tcr them will havr lo be a holdup.’' Ghier ProballOn OfflQer Jo- seph Murray uotUlMl l»llc«. _ ..... Ot more than _______ and u w th e r 11,000,000.0()a to r i m k the next fiscal year.^M •aid tte naUofuU debt would iM V - $S8,638il00,000 bj June >0.1M9. In attrlbutlnc fallur* to balance the budcit to iHulnaM rwaHloo, Vr. RooMvelt emphatlaed that the and 18S9 deficit flfures are tonUtlT* and lubjeet to eonaldmlile upan* Bion -with conuqiient furtfiw In- crease of the natloua debt, beeauae: 1. "I may find It nscesiary to re- quest additional appropriations for national defenae." a. ’The economlo altuatioo may nQt Improve—and if It does not. Z ex- pect the approval of congreaa and |blio for additional funds 11 «ome neceaaary to save thoua- andi of American famUlea from dire Inereai^ Taw ■nie alUmaUve to grtater deflelU under Uiose circumstances would be’ increaaed Uxea. 8kyrockeUng national debt has creatcd itr. own tremendous over- head so that tbU budget carries an Item of 1970.000,000 for Interest pay- ments, the third largest approprla-’t tlon in tho budget, exceeded orUy by national defense and work relief. (ConUnuse an Fsc* I, CoImm •) yoyTHFUlKldEII Wendell Bowere, 10, Admits Murder of Philadelphia Widow Deo. id LOUIflVlLLE, Ky., Jan. S <U»-' Wendell rorreat Bowers, 18. a rfe- IllM-rate. stow-speaklng ex-convlct. descrll>e<l to Invostlgatora today how he shot and killed Mrs. Wilma O. Osrj)enter, Philadelphia widow, while rnnsaoklng her home Dm . 19. Altlmugh he had been In ctutody for two weeka on a vagrancy charge, thn youth was Identified only yee- lerrisy—trapped by tho record of his ringerprinU tn the btireau ot tnvea- ttgntlon files hi Waililntiton. Oharged wlUj the Identifloatlon last night, he admitted the crime, watred extradition and aald he waa willing to return and pay tha iwnalty. Howera calmly admitted; Ohlef of Police John Malley ^Id, that ha killed Mrs. Oarpentec U. and at- tempted to attack Mary OrUfln. O. her companion and buslima aMo* date, when they returned uneipeet- •dly and found him ratbtnc the Oarpentar home. Then tell* took a bath. Reogitfs t'— ^wen earvad^fcnw^ ” Qicna reform eoluibl tv _...iktnt a o i eBtactng. ua wae re* leued f t f £ VanMyhraiUa In* sssfeg. \

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■HSIt. XX. NO. 2 3 S ^ CENTS. ' Wn •'Boui LM«*d ^ r a Taic(npt>Io j^^ » * r» io « ol ih* Dniwd Prw»_ TW IN FA LLS, ICA H O , W KDNESDAY,’JA N U A RY 6, 19n8 ^ »' *“ "• O FFICIA L COUNTY N EW SPA PER

FDR APPLIES BRAKES ON SPENDING* ♦ » * ♦ » » . » » » ■ ■ » * * *

Justice Sutherland Resigns from Supreme CourtIH lE i! 10 FOR

M S HE PLANS TO 00^

Age, Possib le III H ealth Givoa As B easons F o r Leaving

High Judiciary

•WV\SHINGTON. Jan . 5 (U.R) — Associate Suprem e C ourt

ju s t i c e GeorRe Sutherland in a le tte r to P residen t Rooae- velt today announced his re ­tirem en t effective Jan . 18.

S utherland’s ' le t te r to th e P reaident s ta ted th a t he was re tir in g under th e Sumner.s suprem e court re tirem en t ac t passed by congress h ist year. I t >Vas th is ac t under which Ju stice Willis V an D evanter re tired la s t spring.

reachcd Uie age W here h e no longer could conllnuc th e arduou-s du ties o f th e suprem e cou rt Ju sllcf w ith ­o u t sacrificing hLi h e alth .

I t waa understood . th o t Ills gen ­e ra l . physical condition n t p resen t v a s Bood bub th a t ]ie believed it. m ig h t ■ brcnk should h e continue on Ui6 cou rt. H e l.s 76.

S u th e rla n d 's re tire m en t followed V an D eventer's by e ig h t m ontlis. V an D evanter'fl resignation cam e n e a r th e conclusion of th e .h ia to rlc f ig h t over P residen t R oaw velt’a h is ­to ric Judic iary reorgan iza tfon plan .

ReUres on Full Pay T h e a c t provides th a t euprem c

c o u rt Justices m ay re tire a t th e full >20,000 p e r year sa lary a n d m ay be called back to actlvo servicc in low ­er. 09u r t» a t'th % .< llrc c tla n of tho < Jh le f^ U c e .

SuU w rland , one of th e fou r m en b o m outside of th b U n ite d S ta te s e ver to s lt .u p o n th o suprem e bcnch, w as en listed firm ly am ong th e con- ■ervatlvc b ranch of th e cou rt du r- lo g ’h ls 16 years on th o bench.

H e waa appoin ted in 1923 by P re s ­id e n t H ard ing a n d from h ia f irs t appea rance on Ihc bench , h is career wtB d istingu ished for conservallsm . Jo in ing a c ou rt whose m em bersh ip a t th a t.t lm e funriam entnily w as con- aervallve, S u th erla n d a d ju sted re a d ­ily I n td n h e tr ib u n a l a t th a t tim e. ■ N ear th o end of h la te n u re .n s an associate Jiw llce, however, h is views w ere llbern llicd Rllghtly—to Oie cx-

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BENiWES HE 10 HN

F ord Company Exooutivo Still F alls to H e ar From

D augh te r

Noted Surgeon Succumbs Here

End fiomes at Local Hospital To Halt Impressive Career

Colleagues and fr ie n d s ' from all p a r ts o f 'Idaho today jo ined in m ourning th e death of D r. X>. L. A lexander of Tw in Falls, 57, dean of th e medical profession in Jd ah o , and recogni^cd by hrs a.ssociate.s a.s one of th e iorcm oat .phy.sj- cians and surgeons in th e in term oun tain w est. H e-d ied a t th e Tw in Falls county gdnsaral hospita l a t 5:20 th ia,m 6rning .

D r. A lexander was s tn ck en 'w h ile in his office early las t t 'r id a y even ing a f te r he .had com plained of not feeling well ea rlie r in th e afternoon. He did no t regain consciousness

up u n til th e tlh ic of h ls_death .

YPBII.ANTf, MU-h., Jnn, ft (yR>— Hnrry H. nmnrtt, hiffH-bnllcd and wealthy Ford Mot«r rninimny rxr riltlve, cried: "Shn's *£i;J my babyl'

_t«dny and lUKrd his n-year-oUl 'daiiKhlrr, Orrtrurtr, to rrttiin liomn with Iho rollrgo lap diinrrr niid chMlra lender with whom n/in rlop- cd Monday nlKht.

"'rnitly In wrlromc honii-," Ilrn- nrtl f<Ald alliT hh kldiiaiilng friirn liail hffn <llA I|mlrd by a polirn an- luiiinrrmrnt Mint the glil anil Riis- sell llughea. Ji, wrrn married iit Auburn,. Ind., by ii Juntlco of llic I>eace.

Poliro i'oiild ni)l Irurn whcrn Mliui ncnnett and hrr Inmbiind went thpir honrymo'in. nmiu-lt nuld that

, he bellevMt llioy wore U>o frightened / Ui notify him, but lin whk fonMdcut / tlial he wiijild hriir frotii tlirm to- ' diiy. IliiKhen, atvcorillug to hl.'i nte|i>

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15,000 HomcH!J«ir «l»uirk<t art

whrn plaoni i» eUhcr the Tlmn nr Newi rnni In both al one roM. yoMrtre aaiurA of an «l. mnil »#r prr rent eoirerBin In llir Mdiitb Malm tmllofy, llatra ■r« Ri luW ai Ito prr line per day w ru i AN ADUlTtONAI. <’AN|I ItlN(U>t'NT OF I.It IK rAI» lOK WrrillN HKVKN !>AYH OP TIIK M itsr INHKKT|<>N) Halea Uke (hrw with coveraie Btirli aa youigri with the rombtnrtf < lr««> lltlniii ot the TIMKN and NKWH brinf fatlrr, lirtler rmuitit

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Friends, Associates Mourn as Death Takes Dr. D. L. Alexander,

Leader in Idaho Medical Ranks

Quits Bench

Awoflaie Hupreme Court Ju«- tfre arorca If. .MutherUnif, 16, today realrned from the coun­try's hlibetl tribunal. Afce and a

. dfslro to keep hU preirnt health • were given as reaioiu for the resignation.

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B ark ley E xpec ts M ajor P a r t Of Seaslon to Be Spent on

Anti-M onopoly Law s

lly JOI-: AI.KX MOItillHWAnmNcrroN. j(iM, n (un a<i-

mlnlAlrtillon IrniHT* p e nl■tl (ho iw of rotigrpcs IdwhkI Itn

flinl major i-oiitllrl Indiiy—it liiiltir over thr antl-lyiii'tiiiiiL. hill and tiiiiiHht l«» hiihteti the crealloii iif '•fundnnipnlnl" IfKl'ilntUm Id cuib ni<.n..j)oly.

•nil. jirnfiiiectfl of n prolonKed, hitler rilllnMer llgnln^l tho nnll- lynrhlng bllV grrn onl nt « nrrn-tstmttsy confereiiro of tho Brniite o))|H»«Uion bimi rDincldriit wllh.a rail hy Majority U sdrr Alben W. nafliley, D , Ky.. f,,r npred In artlng on ImiKirlunt innihnren,

•'I Inkn it for jrantod tliat IIjK of <ioHKrrM will deal liniiln-

meiitully with anti.hii.iiojxily IckIv liiUnii." iliirkley miij,

HarKlry «ald Ihnl wugen a n d liourh leKl"lnlli)h, now l)iirled*(n a h^lll^^ n in in ilK ee, iniiflt W e n a r led a l Ihl-i flenM.in or r<.nKrr-m,iiini Will w ra th of v«ler« *i tJ,o |Hilln iiml.

New O ^'rlripBtrnliiAn B.i*nnl.lp<l to Un.r

Mr, Iloiwvclli. ,iie«.««nthree new ilpveltj,„„p[,^ hHllral-'d the h|KTd with 1*1,iri, iiio »e>»,l<>ii ■ol under way. ’Hipy

1. Kmemenro <,t vice ITr.lihht John Nance (Jan.hr „ lh«mo«l Acllvr admlnuiratloi, lei.drr In bohlml-tbe.*.e„^, ronarcijiloiiai actl.„» nmnmx.ly. Oarner wan »ald to look , kinrtlv nt

r. by (Jen Wlllla.,, i»orah, U,hon.*y. I), Wyo:

2 A ..n<m n.r.j,< .a ,,y. . n t , t . o

Upon learning of his death, scores of doctor.<i and friends were quirk to expre.'is their sorrow. All were agreed that Dc^ Alexander's pass­ing would be a serious loss to tlie mealcal profession generally and to tho community yin which he pmctlced for nearly 30 yews.

Wide Interests Dr, Alcjtander’s interests in life

were wide and varied. He. had al­ways taken an active part In medi­cal affairs and had presented pa-

numerous 'ooDastonsi^fore. . conventions'.-He w*a Inter-

e*l<d In the civic deVelopment of Twin Palls, and. during his spare time enjoyed tho sports of golfing, hunting and fishing. His career in­cluded aenflcc In the United States army during the World war, Tlioso who knew him intimately also re­garded hlrri highly for his vftrlous philanthropie:

Or. AlQiandrr was born Sept. 17. I8S1, at Slrathrow, Ont., Cniiada,

lotch'parentage, he R|>eht hla boyhood at SanduSky, Miclt. After complctlnK hln preliminary ediica- tl()n, he enterfd tlie University of Michigan at Aim Arbor fo study medicine, flnl.ihlng hU work tlierc in 1003. After serving his intcnie- nli(p. he prncticed his profession at Siindiisky for about a year before Inking (iirUtrr ikmI graduate work. Then he cume we.%t. loratlng at Tnn- opnli, Nev..' where he reiniilned for nrvrrni year.i before coming to Twin l'all.1 in 1910.

Several Auorlalri Here In Twin FallR, Dr. Alexander first

beramn nMorlaled with Ur,DwlKht, l.jilfi- he prnclliTd Jointly al dllferent Intervals wllh Dr. II l.amb and Dr. 11. D. Hlmontoii, i: of I)ol^r, I’or llin pn t several ynirs he w.ifi a.vsocliited.wllh Dr. Charles n, Dcymer who CHme to 'IVIn Falls finm Hurley.. ,,

Al tho eurlli-.it tipiiortui'iUy. Dr, Alrxiiiidcr enluird fur service In Ihn ini’tllc'iil rorpn ittirhiK U.e World OcliiliiHlly jit FfJrl JUley,Kail., he wiin m'mI to Nnrthwesliim iiiilviTslty III (.'hlrnKO for Intensive triiinh.K 111 i>rih(ii>e<Hc'.i. I'nmi there he went iihroad iin orltio|>fdlc Kroii li. I'hitrKH oC base hitn|ilUtl No. IlH) lii I•nll .,I'•rllnl•e, He aervert In Mini nipiirlly Ii>r IH niontJit», re- imi.hiK l'> th'’ United titaten with

(•;oiiUriiir<1 on P«|« Z ,'('o luinn J>

N O l E l m E l lFORIIII!S,fliyEl

Ooodlnff Jiulffo 8 « t i Ja n , 17 r*)r T rial on Ohargo of

Mnr'iiorkng Husbftnd

( lo o D IM d , ,h>n. rt (H |irrla l) > Ml,, ilc-.irvlrk’fl Agnes I 'ru e tt , 3J rh«it('>l « 'i h th e f irs t degree nn ir iln lit liri Ixi'.lmnd, All>ert D onald I 'ii ii'i i, iii ii iiii.iiiing en tered a p lea l,t mil «Miliv n’l sh e 'a p p e a le d l>eforo Ji.ciK'’ iNiti-ii )l Miilphi'n.

,tiici,;-' Iiiiliilwi. set Irlal in the castf f„i n> -I 111 "li n

Ml- I'iiirtI ruined her imt «iilltylilfd ..... well iiicHliiUied voire, 'llie

I. win crowded iirll, »h(i In b«li.|| held In

ralln rounly Jail, la llrHlllllH bar Inisband to

ilrnll. Ilir cvriilliK Of Nov, 34 Rl B ills. nucM'ii: d by Attorney A. 1'.... .. the oaae for theM '!». liyan - '•

'chogsina I^d Imm, «,.M„ inlc altornry for tlic

Death Ends Noted Career

TrlbHte poured In from all p a^ a ^ f Idalio today for Dr. p . I* Alexan&er, abnve, who died early tooay at the Twin Kalis hospital. Ranked as one of the leading surgeons of the Intermountain west, Dr. Alexander was 67 years of a|e at his death.

High Tribute Paid To Dr. Alexander

Krieildrt IlH,S()ciHl(‘K <if | ifi'l ' hclr.s. I deeplyIhn late D|. 1). li. Ali'XiiiKloi. Alr«.„a.r lioll, .« l,illll>ntp ionorr phyHiciiiii o f Ihis noc- tion who illcd early thi.s niorii- ing a t tho coiiiily K«'m;nil liotipital. tlii.s itftcrnDon t'X- pre.tKccLrPKrct a l th e tlcath o f tho inati hi.s colloaKiHin to n n n l "tlu! out^landlnK aiir- Kcon of umillrT'rii Idaho.”

riiynU:luii.'> from ov<'r Idiilio iiml from tbiN M 'fdon Joliinl c /tf rf ic from o th e r wiilks iif IKc iii i.ri.dln{ I!ondolrtiicei> lo th e iM-reiivcd riinilly.

D r. Y. 1': l l iu ie l t , UihhUiik; pn'-'l* d e n t of th e iloUlh Hlilr MrilKiil :.n. clety , Kiild Dr. AlexiiiKlri ;i d ’-.illi 'V aine a:i a Bliock to .iiii of HI" I'ni- fessloii,"

'nlled reader•'Dr. Alc‘ iiiler.

douin Ihr- lending iihyf-ii'Uii <ii seiHloii of IdiiluV Dr. IliiiirU "Wfl who Knew hlin not <nil'- mired him for hln ’nl^t kii'i'v: of medlt'iii" hill n1i<o i<diniiMl nnd loved him an a mm.."

High priilso for Dr. AKMiniinW M mlUlaiy' work and lilr. Mi|i|.oit i.lV^ liiepnrrdiii'n'i wiin jilven l)v

iCol. II. (I iJiiilcrliurli. Ililll. 1 iiiil ' ncern, fdiihii Nalloiinl (liiuiil.

■’A,n one who M-tVed liln (cmiii) well (liiiliiK Ihe Wi)rld win.' l rol. I.)Ui1fihnrh said, "imil wliii m. i tliut iiiiie liiis geuriiiiiiJy kio'u.IiI' lliiid lo priiiiiiitliiK tin: |irlii'l|<1i of preimtednciiH. the iiiilh'i.iil kh'" 'nnd (iiHatllvril rei.rivcd drc|ilv I"' llio loM Ilf imr nmiinitc uinl lii'H'1 Dr, Alrm.iiilrr."

Di, Ohiillo. n Hciill, ........ pil lif lli>' Idiiho llliil

lilliiil

1.I-;

ricly in.d r Ali-xniidcr, wiled thi f.venliig ’nmrii liHlny lixlHr,

•'Dr. Alex\i.der « di>i l«»t, Hlwayn ildvol , nioii, He wuN i\ In' ilnilli In a hk'iiI |i : in.I I

‘I'l llillte hIio caiiir li nin 11 ander r. Harelny, ciociir ■ whci (cleKiDpliril Ihi- Kvcnlt.ti

"Di'. A1i-Xiuiil«r win oiil' Rieillciil lluiiie In nliil<’ im 'J lovnlili. chiiiactcr anil >>iH' niimrnn. II will >m> it illtlli

llillin " •

I Ol

.iiirgi'oii iind pers<innl Irln id .Iiiexhaii»tll>le Knrrgy

Dr. 11. I-, Stowe, f o r m e r 'IV In I'allft ro iin ty ro rm irr itnd nicinher of th e Kencritl lul^plllll nliilf, Icriiied th e liile phy^t(1 nll'tl cneiKy ns "lii- exlm iistlble,"

" lll.i enrrKV whm Incxluni^Hblr and liU liMvs lo ttin cooiiiuii.lt.v mid llifl me<llciil profe.vnlim will be heeiily fe lt ,” Dr. Hlowe^Kiihl,

F ro ip Dr. <irtir/(r f.', lln lln ' ty co roner, i iiim' Ihe ^lllIl•llll■nl Ihu t thr Inie iiliyslrliin wits ii wlllll.H h iiltnn t. Dr, Ihillev wn,i ii f ile iu l x)f D r. Alexiillder Klnrr IflllL

"H o ^ 'A1 im oiiliiliindUiK lender In th e profi'K^ioii Mild hlA I(vvi Is keenly f e ll ' by docloiO ne ol Jlie nblr.^l MiiKeim-, it willing coii'iiilim il nnd lui ulil h leiimiivi everyw heie," Di, H ailey stilled ,

'D r. .tohn y. Coiitjhlln lrii.ir< | the lohn " (l lin ru lt III irpliic

" I coiiMder him lo lie th e nioMt oiitJitanillllK iihysliim i In II.In

on," D r. OoiiKlilln niii<l.HnliMi Tritiutp

llolse physlvliiiin tiin) Ihe sliilfl h e a llh deiii>rtnieiil Joliieil In expt

(Continiirdniifd y i l'*(n Z, 4<i|timn J)

CHECK C L I B t a e O MILLION

Tndlvldiiiil d i'b lls, o r tota l am ount if e h e rk i i h inged l<i c l.eekliig nr.^

V“ i ' ' M Oiiiitn ul llie K lilellty Nulloniil hmik I m id tlie 'I'w ln Kalis Hunk

ilKii'ii t'liiiit ci)iii|>i.tiv (liirli.K 1037 nmoiintV........ i rd |4I |A(i.’(iii.;>i)n;iu, f lgu rei comiiilrilI I II . I l>v th n two li.iitltulliina revealed this ./■ ' iiftrrnm m ,A le.- 'A t th e hiinie lln .e bunking offl-

Alein ii'in is relea^ied Inillvliliml deb it s la te I'li.ii'" ini'lila for D ecnn^er w lilrli showed iiiilliii; ' iDtUi lili.iiii'nt til lin »n,fl.1U,U00.'iS VI III..' iiKitiiiil iu.uiu,ii;iu 10 lill'rlt^[ th e

mill....... . In 10;in.t .....I ' 'll.io droji of D rrem lx-r, 10:0, over

|irrvliiii;i Dni-iiilK'r iiinoinila .lonu in to f ill Ills piucii In lilntio iik iI- < »l,ut)0,au:).Htf, Iho iiu iiie s altuw.

EJKPANESE CLASH

N SEnLEM EN IInvaders D em and FuU S u le

Ovor A ro aT o llo w ln g R ecent BbmbingB

By KDWARD W. D EATTIB, SHANGHAI. Jan . 5 (U.R)--

A new nnd ^erioua clash’ be­tween Jniiane.se and forciKn in terests was th rea ten ed to ­day as Shantrhai municipal au thorities re ferred to th e United S ta tes and B ritish governm ents'T P 'Japanese mand fo r v irtu a l controIN ft th e in ternaticnal ficttltm ent, Foresecinif a clash o f inteV- e.sts, the Shanghai ipunicipal government r e f e r r e d the Japanese demands^ to the Am erican and B ritish con- sulatcH general here. »

Settlement avithorllles awaited specific reaction from Washington •rtd Undon.

T he Jap an ese today to ik over- all rad io s ta tions a n d Insta lled Ja p s censors who will be ready a t a m o­m en t's nbticc to e x e r t con tro l over all messages, Including fore ign ones.

This would m e an th a t th e J a p ­anese, opersiting In Uio In terna tional settlem ent', w ould ccnsor A m erican and o th e r fo re ifn . new spaper d is­patches to th e ir liking, • .

Crials Loosna W hat bade t« be a crLiU betw een

Japanese a n d fore ign in tc resU had Its origin in a n o u tb rea k of <temb- in « i a n d oti:er « tU c lu o a Japanese •«d4 ( n w a p a n e a e C bloeaa tn a h f t tu - t t i l . to th o lo te ra » tlo n U ae jB q n en t in d th e Prm w h oonpesMon «dJoinin*

C hinese "d are to d ie" m en , W m lh g th e now fam ous au lcide aquads, be- s a n ha rassing Ja p an e se troops and- aallors by .m eana o f bom bing a ttacks,

J a panese* quie tly took oyer the (CentlnueO on f t | e 2, Calumn I)

M R LICENSES SETNEWRECORO

Ftinda E ec o lv e d in 193 7 Boar To 1 1 0 7 ,6 0 6 F o r County

All-Tim e H igh

iteiichlng a nev all-llms high Old. motor^.vehiclo llcen.ne recelntn In ’i'w ln Falli) county soared to $107,- fiOfl for the year 1037, County Annr. nor J- n. Ilarnhartsannounced thin nil- eniooii.

n .e new record was almost 120,000 HlKivo the funds taken Ih during loao, nm lolnl last yenr •17fl,M7.25,

I’lissenger earn licensed fur (hln niimty dimbed lo unpreccdi'iilrd hlglin and nearly renrhrd io.oixi. Tho actual ftgiirn vtui 0.141. Mr. Uornlinrt ssld. ICverj* rntcKoiy mmor vehlclen except romtn' Iriicks Bhowed a-gain for 1UJ7, i.t- tliou«li jmssenger cars led Iho ll 1

Tlie efimiiiary for Inst yeni, with coinpiiratlvi* figures for 11 3(1, »iliijw;

Drrrmbrr Motor Vehicle llri.ort 1030 ( lU,!?

ToUlCiill'-riliniii |l7a.M7.ta >l07,wiil.00 Total IJcentea ID.Ifl(»r» ..0,1«J 1Trurhn ........ oi4Knrm Trurks . i.m n 1,11)1< oiiiiiiereUI Trucks , z n llralrrB ............ , 31Mii(<irc|irlea . 45Coinnirrrlal Trailers.,Trallrr. ................ 1,304 t,(IHH

Nniie or thn fliiidn liiken In iwilar trh lclr llrfiiifr.i u 'l'f to (oiiiilv, the nMe«»or explnliieit. HI wiiy dl.Milcts receive Ihn tiiilk, 117 rent, iinit the ntntc recelvcn 13 per eeiil.

States Recession Has Reduced U; S. Federal Revenue

NET DEFICIT FOR 1938 TO BE LESS THAN 1937

HEFLIN LOSES IN MEFORSENA'

F o rm er Solon Snow ed Under III Flood V otes F or

N ew .D oal-Candidate

B r LYLE C. W ILSON

W ASHINGTON, Jan . 5 (U.R)— P resid en t Roosevelt re - ported to congress today th a t he had clamped brakes on spcndinK in an •unsuccessful e f fo rt to balance budget# dis­located by business recession.

Mr. Roosevelt es tim ated th e n e t defic it fo r th is (1938)' fiscal y ea r a t $1,088,129,600 and fo r th e 1939 fisca l y e a r a t

606,000—w ith th e prospect th a t each will be g rea ter .He proposed po rk barrel economies w hich invit6 tro u b le o n ’

C a p ito l h i l l . '•The P residen t explained tb a t recession trem endously had

rcduced revenue' and preventtid budget balancing despite economies of $397,000,000 so fa r th is year and 1639,000,000 in n e x t.y e a r’s outlay.

H e believes t h a t business will im prove some b u t prob­ably n o t re g a in 'its 1937 levels in l9 S 8 M le based h lrb a d L o n ' ex is tin g ta x ra te s b u t recommended, changes to re* lieve hardships.

BopM !• K « v B « m M‘"1 that then may b« enacted

at an early (Ute,” t a inlonsed eon- “a u ^ •zDcndfflent* ta tha

nrvtnue law as will malatala'theye-

llt lca l "coipa-bcck*' w u

4 M d e u p m :O o u r t Justice H ugo L . B lack }nth * u . a

Ite tu n u (com ­p e te a a w for •C ttt« red r u r f t l e ^ l n e t a ) from a i|iree>m an.D em o* e ra tlo p r i m a r y l^liowed:

H ill. 74372.H etllti, S9.393.O h a r l e s WU-

Ilam s. ‘'d irt" f a n n ­er. 4^3B.

O ovem or Bibb H EFLIN G ra v es is expect­

ed to a ppo in t HID to th e aenate,Unis avoldinB an election, w hen t t u offlclnl tftbulallon of th e p rim a ry la fom pleted. M rs. D ixie O ravea. h is wKe, who h as been serving In Ulnek's s c a t tem porarily , will r e - Bl«n.

Hill. a » a rd e n t su p p o rte r of th e noosevelt ncimlnlAtradon a n d one o( th n (ew sou th e m e rs w ho e n ­dorsed th e wanes a n d hou rs bHi in th e house of represen ta tives, ra n on n 's tr ic tly 100 j>er c e n t Now D eal" pliiHorin. I lr ll ln , whoso se n ate c a ­reer e nded w hen A labam ans voted him p u t bern,u»e h e Doited Uw D em ­ocra tic na tio n al tic k e t In th e 1636 •iiinpnlKn. hnd prom ised to ; ‘iu p -

Iloosevclt w hen I th ink ho laE r

CroHby I’rcscntcd With Fourth Son

Hf)l.t-yW CK)ll, Jiui. ft lO.Rl-Ding fJioi.hy wun ple^enlert w ith • lll^ riiiiilh Mill th is niiiriilME by Mrs. I)Uli‘ i^ e Criv-by, T h e Q pound, 0 (luiirr bttby WHS Imrn h i Ceiinrn o t l.«'l)niim)‘lio«i)liiil a t 4:36 a . ni. 'Hie nxKiiier pa re d thn doo r nervously iiiivit of Itin nltih(.

n ie lr o the r ch ild ren nre Oury Kvnnn Orosliy, 4. a n d I’hillii and th-niils, y-yeiii-old twlnn,

U. H. DKHT W A rtlllN tl'l 'O N , Jnn , ft n tR )- lf

rv rry iniui, wnmiiii nnd child In Uie llnlle<t B lates wern nsked to coM- (cirmfe pcianlly' lowaul' llriiildulloii «l th e public deh testlm uted for thn (Isciii yenr IU31I. enrli wmilit liiivn to jioy aiiprox^- ■nftlrly 1273.

2 Girls Face Miirder CharHi;T Following Holdup fo^ $2.10

NKWAIIK, N. J „ Jn n . A lUI’l - Mniinlnli, ;JO-yi'itr-iild Ivlhr-l' /liihl a n d h e r 17-yi'ur-otil hI'I ( llr iiil /d en n v lftv o Otyciiii, (iirn i niurilor I'liariies tmlny Im nli>y- liiK a bus d river In a hu 1ihi|i th a t ila tU d UMin U.IO.

Pin (ilrls conrcMMi, |Millcn annim need, th a t th e ir b d r t n liiiliiB l rBre(*r resu lted In (tie nliiyliii o t W illiam na rlU nst. (»- Ihnr of two youiiK i:h lld ren , on (h r niiih t or l>ec. 21 h r l le l le - villr, r r J .. neu r N ew aik,Ml*. Solil, Wltoao hunbaiid,

Wlllliini, 23, In nervlnv a n In- (I' lr iii iln a U te rm h i th e A nnan - ilule reh iin ia lo ry to r taiil'iMrlng w ith hln u«ed f a th e r s ban k a o - eoiiiit, m a t Mias O w ens In ilw county refon ii school.

Miss Ow ens was a rre s ted M on­day a l te r d ropping a chance r e ­m ark to Mn(, u a llie rln o D u m - Ing. a pn)bu lion offluer. S he waa ashed abou t h e r fin an c ia l s ta - ' lus, a n d repllo<l:

■it th ings d o n 't s« l M tc r th em will h a v r lo be a ho ldup.’'

Ghier ProballO n OfflQer J o ­seph M urray uotUlMl U » l» llc« .

_ .....Ot more than _______and u w th e r 11,000,000.0()a to r im k

the next fiscal year.^M •aid t t e naUofuU debt would i M V - $S8,638il00,000 b j June >0.1M9.

In attrlbutlnc fallur* to balance the budcit to iHulnaM rwaHloo, V r. RooMvelt emphatlaed th a t the and 18S9 deficit flfures a re tonUtlT* and lubjeet to eonaldmlile up an * Bion -with conuqiient furtfiw In­crease of the na tlo u a debt, beeauae:

1. "I may find It nscesiary to re­quest additional appropriations for national defenae."

a. ’T h e economlo altuatioo may nQt Improve—and if It does not. Z ex­pect the approval o f congreaa and

|blio for additional funds 11 «ome neceaaary to save thoua-

andi of American famUlea from dire

In e re a i^ T a w ■nie alUmaUve to grta ter deflelU

under Uiose circumstances would be’ increaaed Uxea.

8kyrockeUng national debt has creatcd itr. own tremendous over­head so th a t tbU budget carries a n Item of 1970.000,000 for Interest pay­ments, the third largest approprla-’t tlon in tho budget, exceeded orUy by national defense and work relief.

(ConUnuse an Fsc* I, CoIm m • )

yoyTHFUlKldEIIW endell B ow ere, 10, Adm its

M urder o f Ph iladelph ia W idow Deo. i d

L O UIflV lLLE, Ky., J a n . S < U » - ' W endell r o r r e a t Bowers, 18. a rfe- IllM-rate. s tow -speaklng ex-convlct. descrll>e<l to Invostlgatora today how h e sho t and killed M rs. W ilm a O. O srj)enter, P h ilade lph ia w id o w , w hile rnnsaoklng h e r hom e Dm . 19.

A ltlm ugh h e h a d been In ctu tody for two weeka on a vagrancy charge, thn youth w as Iden tified only yee- le rrisy—tra p p e d by th o record of h is r ingerprinU tn th e b tireau o t tnvea- ttgntlon files h i W aililntiton.

O harged wlUj th e Identifloa tlon la st n ig h t, h e adm itte d th e crim e, w atred e x tra d itio n a n d aald h e waa w illing to r e tu rn a n d pay th a iwnalty.

Howera calm ly ad m itte d ; O hlef o f Police Jo h n M alley ^ I d , th a t ha killed M rs. O arp en tec U . a n d a t ­tem pted to a tta c k M a ry O rU fln . O . h e r com panion a n d b u s lim a aMo* d a te , w hen th e y re tu rn e d u n e ip e e t- •d ly a n d fo und h im r a tb tn c th e O arpen tar hom e. Then t e l l * took a b a th . Reogitfs t '—^ w e n e a r v a d ^ f c n w ^

” Qicna reform eoluibl t v _...iktnt a o i eBtactng. ua wae re* leued f t f £ VanMyhraiUa In*

sssfeg .\

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WijieTwa IDAHO EVENING TIMES,'TWIN FALLS; IDAHO WedneBday. Janua^ 6, II

News of RecordM arrla g c ^ L ic e n sM

PRESIDENT , A ^ S HALT ON NEW RECLAMATION PROJECTS.MESSAGE SEEKS

COIfLETIOli OFs r n WORKS family^ w ho sp e n t th e ho lidays la

E ufene , h av e re lu m ed here .

S la sh in B udget H akjes N ew B e q u e s t K e o essa ry ; F lood

C on tro l Oomos T trs t

A ttendan ta rep o rt no chonse In th e condition of M rs. T lllle D uerl^, WKo Is 111 a t h e r hom e.'

By G. W. STEWART, Jr. WASHINOTON, Jan. 6 (UH-

2>reBldent Roosevelt a«ked congress t«da7 to b a it authorization of new reclamatioo pixijects until approved works near compleUon. His request accompwUed 1039 budget rccom- mendaUow foe » M7.00p.000 cut be­low i n t spwidlag In reclamation, flood control, rlTerB-harbors, Ten- oessee valley, and power projects.

The principal slasb was made in a ioroprlatkiiu for rivers and harbor* Improvement. However, ail increase of ♦35^00,000 for flood con­trol w n made.

PolntlOE out tha t rivers and nar> bora ex i^dU ures prior t o -1033 averased M0,000,000 annually, and

-$t00.000'.000 a fte r 1033. the Presl- dent M id :

“Flood protection Is necessary and In this budget I am curUtllng the e itinates for new river and b a r te r improvements In order -to provide more money fcr fkipd emerwnclae."

projects now authorised will cost nearly $600,000,000 before they are

“ ^ ‘ budget calls for ap p K v U - tlons for reclamatlOD, flood control, iiaricatlen and power totallns tlK,B36,000. oocnpared with MM,- tU,S4e for- the current fiscal year. In mddltlen. TVA Is authorized to apend th e revenue from its power m le o ts . eMlmatM in tRe budget to m e b M.74M16 during the com­ing fiscal - year, compared wltb til343.W lo r the W i period.

w v i i m

R etu rn to Coast M r. a n d M rs. T om AlV/orth have

re tu rned to Los A ngeles w here thpy a re studen ts a t t^ e U i^verslty o f S outhern O alUom ia.

Called (0 Colorado Mrs. Mayme W ells has gone to

Idaho Springs, Colo., accom panied by h e r son. Leo W ells. She w as ca ll­ed by th e llness of^ h e r fa the r, George L alum ander.

H ere for M eeting. Mr. a n d M rs. K . K . WUey, S p rin g ­field. were h e re yesterday while Mr. WUey- Is .a t tcn d ln g th e m eeting o r th e A m erican F a lls reservo ir board of d irec to rs to w hich ho be­longs.

BetuTD from CaliforniaM r. and M n . W . J . Hollenbeck,

accom panlfd b y 'M r. and TUrs. w , F. Jones. R upert, h av e re tu rn e d from California w here they sp e n t two weelLS.

B c tu ras from T rip M rs. J . D . B a rn h a r t h a s re tu rned

from Boulder. Colo., a f te r .v isiting h e r p a ren ts , M r, a n d M rs. Jacob T aus. She accom panied h e r sister, vh o m she Joined in E vanston , Colo.

Conolnde Visit Ur. a n d M rs. A rth u r Tew s--and

fam ily, w ho sp e n t th e ho lidays here wSltv U r. Tew s' pa ren ts , M r. and M rs. y re d T ew s.-and o th e r reU live.i, have re tu rned to th e ir hom e la Caldwell.

B u l^ 'lx p e o ta Major Fart Of Inifllon to B » 8p«nt on<- 'Anti-Monopoly Laws .

f a m a i F . B ym se. d ; 8 . O..* of th e ■enatetb a t the iDQulrjr already had re­sulted in . speeding up federal ma-

,.£b loarr to floobat tba uaamploy* - ‘ problem and tb a t th e United

----- »ol_e»i>Je* wouldto wpnr^ m________ U» ntmAer^ouSllSilnVte tn t i ia a a tlaa, ByroM. whoee commlttea called *600181 S ^ t y Obataman A. J . Altmejrw, to 'tasiU y

. ty a iM riiin t . n Jd the rtporU would S T i f fS tV a lu e la neeting the

taen S ^ lM ttn g; I , A Idoo ol le Moator*. neeting iem t^y fit the offlM of Sen. J o - ^ BaUey. D „ 8. 0,. planned for wbat may be the leaderablp’s blg- g t t t bea<taobe of the setaion-the fight a g a lu t the antl-lynohtng bill •poniored by Sen. Robert W. Wag­ner, D.. H . Y.. and Ben. Frederick y a n Nuys. D h Ind.

n was eonHdared lignUlcant that 8ora]Pr>a foe of the measure on ooM Ututknal grounds, attended the n e a U u . ' ! ^ hM Indicated con­fidence th a t the bUl would neveir

O thers present Included Sen. Torn Oonnally. D., Texr, and Ben. ElUson D. Bmith, D., B. C„ both of Vhotn M « e been leaders in past antl-iyiiohlng bill flllbusUrs.

l O T O i l FILES

Bidil Man Asks Damages to Oar After Woman Bues

HimPor|10,789

NEWS IN ■ BRIEF

Bacic from Visit Miss E la ine E ldreil h a s re tu rned

frotn C a lifo rn ia- a f te r spending C hristm as w ith h e r m o the r. '

M eeting A nnoaaced P ast M atrons club win m e et F r i­

day a t I 'p . m . a t th e hom e of M rs. J .L .;H o d g es,JM T h ird averiue n o rth . An in te resting prog ram h a s been a r ­ranged , i t Is announced.

Svperviser Ie u n le y R

Hereley R ichardson , s ta te super­

visor' of ag ricu ltu re, con fe rred early yesterday w ith J . V. Briggs, Tw in n i t l s h igh school In structo r. M r. R ichardson sp e n t th e re s t o j th e day at- K im berly a n d M urtau g h a n d will visit vocational classes a t T w in Falls on T hursday .

A resum e of la s t year 's business an d su n e sU o n s o n w h a t to expect auAD g U U W ire p rese n te d by v a ri­ous m em bers of the> R oU ry club a t th e luncheon m eeting today a t th e Pa rk ho te l, T h e prog ram w aa a r ­ranged by A rth u r J . PeAvey. C harles O rabtree w as a guest.

Rev. J . R ussell Brow n, O oodlng, spoke on "Bhadow s" a t l u t evening 's services a t th e K im berly N a u re n e church w hich Is being a tten d e d by N aiarenea li;om th is section. Miss Clydella Jo n e s a n d M iu M a iln e S m ith sa n g a due t. Bervlces a re held dally a t 7:30 p. m . a n d co ttage pn(yer m eetings a t 10 a . m.

Oounter-sult asklng,t330 for dam ­ages t« a machine th a t struck Ver-

, na B. Jones on Uie Banbury grade Deo. 30, lOU had been filed in dis­tric t court today by P. J . Mlkesh, Buht. owner and driver of Uie vehicle.

The gtrl had previously fll«d a , milt asking $IO,7N.OO damages b i-

cause o f her injuries.'H ie eounter>sult by Mlkesh acc\ises

th e girl o l negllgenee. and oUUna ahe was walking with a youth near the qUddle of the highway. Tite driver said he overturned his machine in iljrtng to avoid hitting Mrs. Jones.

. Attomays for Mikeih are Paul B. BCVd, B uhl, and Chapman and OMifBaii. Twin. InalU.

Mrs. Bargesg Heads ■ Twin Falls Council

I C k O . W. Burgeu wu named eh a lm a n of the Twin m iu Oounoli of F areo ts and ipeA iten last eve- nlBC«t m t h one of Mr*, t. K. Josiyn, slat* nea lden t. Mrs. Burgess sue- oMdS M rs. W. B. l4wrenoe, who re- (|iS * (P a« th e last meeting.' I t was aimounced by the chalr- B M of th e loeal Parent-Teacher u - j n r i a im i th a t h o t lunchea w ill'be sS hM to 't b s dilldnm beginning

0 . P.'Bovrles 9S to O O hls csositt tr ip to Bouth

■ ith s«*sn lB fhew as J M r n on

k Bowles s a d Mr', and ■**^t Of th e l ^ t a l n

. Joini

Card P a r ty P lanned By P.-T. A. Group

A card p a rty w as p lanned for th e first p a r t o f Feb ruary a t la s t eve­n ing 's m eeting o t S t . ' E dw ard ’s P a ren t-T eacher assoclnllon held a t th e parish hall, Rev. H. E : H eltm an opened tiie m eeting w ith prayer,

M rs. F ra n k H icks was nam ed chairm an o t th e card pa rty c m lttee. A rep o r t of th e executive meeting held a t th e hom e of Mrs. IVank K ieffner, Jr.. w as presented.

The prog ram Included a ta lk . "T aking Inven to ry o t th e Y ear's Work," by W illiam V elberg . p resi­den t; a song and* dance by M arie O uerry, accom panied by O len Boren; « . w histling solo by Mrs, George E a rh a rt. accom panied hy Georgia Lou E arh a rt, w ho nUu played th e piano. T he evening cloeed w ltii g roup singing.

R efreshm ents were served by Din hostes.\ tiie f ld ii and n lxth gnide m others.

DEAISUMMOIiSD II.A 1 E M D E I!

F rio n d a ,' 'A sso c ia te s M ourn As Im p re ssiv e O ^ e e r of

(mm rsf* 1)th e rn n k of ca ;Ita ln . A t th e tim e of Ills de a th h e w as a m a io r in Uie M edical reserve.

^ t o m e d ' i n . 1920 U pon h is r e tu r n from F ra n ce in

1920 h e re-esU b lish ed h is prac tice In Tw in F a lls a n d on J o b , 14 of th e sam e y e a r w as m a rrie d to Mrs, L illian N evln w ho surv ives illm . He Is survived by on ly one o th e r Imme­d ia te rela tive , a sis ter , M iss L o re tta A lexander, o t D e tro it . M ich,, who arrived In T w in F a lla early th M 'a f- te rnoon . H is -p a re n ts , one brotlipr. a n d a n o th e r s is te r p receded h im m deatli.

o r a l l ' h is m edfcal aftlllatlon.s. D r. A lexander de rived th e g rea test sa tisfac tion f ro m hU fellow ship In Uie A m erican College of Surgeon.',, •In add ition , h e w as a m em ber o t the A m crlcnn M edical A ssociation, the Northfve)st M edical society, a past 'p residen t o f th e Id a h o S ta te M edical soclGty, a n d h a d h e ld several offices inc lud ing th e p residency In the S outh Side M edical society. From 1910 to 1913 h e w as c ity h e a lth of- ticer of T w in P a lls .

■ C M ef o t BUf«I n add itio n to a ll these acUvltles,

D r. A lexander w as ch ief o f s ta ff of th e Tw in P a lls c o u n ty general hos­p ita l a n d con su ltin g surgeon to r S t. V alen tine 's h o sp ita l a t W endell, th e general h o sp ita l a t R upert, and the G ooding h o sp ita l, ..

Among h is c losest friends in Uie m edical t r a t e m l ty o f Id ah o were D f. A rth u r O, Jo n es. D r. F ra n k P it- tenger a n d D r. Ja m es S tew art, all o t Boise, a n d D r. A lexander P . B a r­clay, Cocur d 'A lene.

A ctive M ason D uring a m a jo r pd rtlon of h is life.'

C r , A lexander w a s ,a c t iv e ly Iden ti­fied w ith th e M asonic order. H e was

m em ber of th e B lue lodge a t S a n ­dusky. M ich., th e R oyal A rch M atons a n d K n ig h ts T em plar In Tw in Falls , a n d Ei K o ra h Tem ple fih rine o f B o b e . O th e r a ffilia tions in c iu d cd -m e m b c rsn ip in^ th e Elks lodge, th e K lw an ls club, th e Tw in F a lls C ou n try club , and th e A m eri­can Legion.

D uring 192B h e w as presiden t of th e Tw in B alls BasebaU club o t the n ta h -I d a h o league.

T hose w ith w hom h e w as m ost In­tim ate ly ' associated today praised D r, A lexander's conscien tious s in ­c erity I n l h e d u tie s o f h is profession. T hey expressed a d m ira tio n fo r his tire less e ffo rts In a tten d in g to th e trem endous p ra c th n h e enjoyed. He recognized n o obstacles, they ex­p la ined , a n d w as- pa rticu la rly con­sid e ra te o f h is m ore u n fo ttu n a te paUm lB. Seve ra l m em bers o f the m edical fra tem lty -:,even Indicated th a t th e pace h e m a in ta ined in his w ork m ig h t have con tribu ted to the

I exhaustion th a t b rought > b o u t

m e ra l a rran g e m e n ts were being held la abeyance early th is aftei>- noon In de ference to any wishes Dr, A lexander’s s is te r m ight have.

M ean tim e th e body lies In sta{^ a t th e W hite m ortuary .

Boise .............C a lgary .......Cliicago .......D enver H avre .H elenaK allspell .....K an sa s C ity U a A ngeles M iles C ity ....M inneapolis New Y ork O m aha PocaU llo P o rtlan d S t. Louis S a lt L ake S a n F rancl S e a ttle ..p ........T W IN FA U -WW lUlston ........Y ellow stone .

I i y i E OFFERED DR. ALEKJINDE^

F rionda an d A ssoclatos Pay H onor to 'Outstanding^

S'urgoon' Horo

SIAIE'S CHARGE

( r r o u r*!* I)slnnx o t r r g i r l u t O r.' A lr^nnder's d e ath .

B ald D r. A. 0 . Jonen: • lie wiin o u ts tan d in g su rg ron of th e Auuth- eo st« rn section <ir Idaho and his deaU i is a trem endous loss to the m edical protM-Hloni "

D r. Ja m e s e ic w a r t nnld: "I p ress m y deepriit iiernoiial regrrin a n d feel th a t th e Mate has lo«t an o u ts tan d in g m an lit th e field of m edicine a n d lurKery. He had sp lend id in lluenco In h is fleM."

T h n sam e opm lon wncr«4ltreN by D r. F ra n k PUtenn(;r, also of U olsj. T h ro u g h U r. Jam es W. H aw ­kins, s tiite d irec to r o t tlir illvlnlcm o f piibilo lir a lth . Die sliitn ot Idaho

ltd "deo|>est re g re u " a t the

County Will P ay |1 ,7 0 0 ,4 0 On S u bsequen t P erso n a l

BoU F or 1937

a ia te oiiarge on th e T w in Falls c ounty subee<iuent t>ernoiiBi ta x roll iias been se t a t |l.70a.40, i t waa a h ' nounred iie re today hy c o u n ty Audi to r F rank J . f lm lth . U rg e n t Item In th e n h a r ie U 11,300 5;i fur th e predatory a n im a l lax , nweased a g a liu t sheep.

T he a m oun t will bn se n t to the s ta te as o t n e x t MMidiiy. according to D eputy A uilltor IxiwU 1*. Jones T he funds will be d ispa tched by C ounty T rea su re r C ora B tevens nn order of th e auditor.

Added to tiie o rig inal s la te chnrgn o l HM.BIO.It on th e regu lar rea l a n d personal rolls, th e | I , 'ieO,4B lirlnga to . •iaO ID .3S tiu a m oun t th e s la te will receive from th is county. H alf th e o r liin a i chargo o n 'the rea l p roperty rolls, a m o u n t­ing to W J I Q V l . h as a lready been •e n t to Boise.

B irths

JA N . 4C h e ste r Jo n e s a n d Pau line J e n -

k lhs, bo th o t H agem ian .

• -1

• -T o M r. a n d Mrs. L eonard Wilson,

T w in FU11.1. a da u g h ter yesterday a t Woods private san ita rium .

T o M r. and M rs. W . H. H udson. J a rb ld S f, Nev.. a da u g h ter yester­day a t th e T etz m n tc rn lty hom e a t Uie P u tz le r ranch , one m iles east E lizabeth boulevard.

F unera lsI• -

MAXWELL,—Services fo r Jo h n M. M axwell will be conducted Friday . J a n . 7. a t 2:30 p. m . R ite s a re to bo held o t th e E pkcopa l chu rch w ith Rev. Ja m e s B u tter o ff/c^ tln g . I n ­te rm en t will be In th e ^ » ln FalU c em etery u n d e r the d irec tion of the W hite m o rtu a ry .'

Temperaturcft

(Crom Page 1) len t th a t he Joined With th e m a ­jority in upholding o ld age pension provKlons of the social secu rity act.

W rote G u tte r Decision F rom ' SuU ierland 'e pen cam e the

d'ecLsloti-s Invalidating th e G uffey coal control ne t nnd pow ers of th e se­curities and ex change com m ission to liitiTrogutf w itnesses. H is vote was used 10 condem n-A A A . N RA . a n d the nuinlcljial b a n k ru p tc y a c t. r a i l ­road pensions a n d h o t oil leglslaUon. He voted In favo r of TVA a n d old age peii-sloiis a n d a g a in s t th e New D eal l:i the gold cases,

S u th e r la n d .w a i b o m M arch 25, I8tf2. nt a m odest hom e In W atllng sireul. S tony S tra tfo rd , Buckiiig- haiu.'^lilre. E ngland . H is ha rd y Scotch fa the r nnd E ng lish m o th e r a t th a t time uli'CBdy h a d Ih c lr faccs tu m -

la n d .o t oppo rtun ity ,Amerlcii.

. rn r Ja le r th e y rciii'hcd" th e shores o f th e new c o n tin en t a n d mnUc th e long '^and a rduous trek acroM the p la in s to th e flock les where they sctU ed in th e snlaU group of houses know n a s S p rin g - vllle, U tah . .

Though n o t M orm on^ them selves, they followed b u t 16 years In tho wake of th e M orm on p ioneers e n d SuU icrland received h is e arlie s t e d u ­cation In th e B rig h a m 'Y o u n g aca d ­emy a t Provo. U tah .

B rillian t Scholar T here young B u th erlao d 's b r il­

liance a ttr a c te d th e a t te n t io n o t h is professors a n d one o t. th em , D r. K arl G. Maeser, re fe rred to h is essays as models o t classic llM irature. A fter two years a t th e P rovo school, S u therland s u k le d law a t th e U n i­versity o t M ich igan , B efore h e w as 31 he w as a d m itte d to p rac tic e b e ­fore the M ich igan sup rem e court. He so o n . r e tu rn e d hom e, how ever, m srrled M iss R osam ond L ee of B e a -

Clty, U ta h , a n d took u p th e pracUce of law .

U u h w u s ti ll a r lp - ro a rln g te rr l-

F ro s te d W indshields Should Be C leared, Police

P o in t O ut

Local police o fficia ls thU a f te r ­noon w arned m o to ris ts a g a in s t th e pracU ce of d riv ing over c ity s treeia w ith frosted w indsh ie lds a n d side windows.'

T h e p rac tice , th e y u l d , is no tlce- a b l t 'i n th e e a r ly m o rn in g b w ork­e rs d rive to w a rd th e d o w n to v n a rea . Thcf f ro s t co llec ts on th e w id o w s of m a ch in e s w hich h av e been p a rk -

' u td o o rs fo r th e n igh t.. i w ould n o t u k a m u ;h e ffo rt

to s c ra p e thU fro s t o ff th e windows before d riv in g U sta r te d ." M tm ldpal Ju dge J . O . P um p h re y eom m ented, "A razo r b lade w ould do the work a n d m ig h t resu lt Ut avoiding a s ^ U lous acc iden t, . %

" D r iv e rs ' p eek ing o u t th rough a sm all c lea red space on th e wUid- s lilrld a re a m enace to them selves and to o th e r m o to rists and the p rac tice shou ld be stop{)ed,'' h e said.

M l i l l N

Men A lleged to H ave Btolon Q uan tity of Goal Await

Local H e a r ln ;

IkV ipassing o t su c h ii "(Ino surgeon.'

D r. J . N. Davla, p residen t <if the h o sp ita l s ta f f n iul uImi form er p res­id e n t of th e Id ah o H tate Medical looie ty, tr rm e d llie deiUh a s “ the loss o f a very close ftlo iid aa weU as

ioM to th e run itiiun lly and to the profrnalon." ‘

H late l .ra d rr . . . . r l M B. U ryincr, liua lneu

assoRlate i f Uie late>«ihyilclan, was deeply touched by th e death o f the m an h e te rm ed "a leader la publlo a n d p rofessional a lla l rs In lh e sta te ."

"D r. A lexander’ protrASlonal an il pulilln aMalrs mailo tUm' a n o u ts tan d in g rigiive in Uie eflMre s ta te . PeriHinal and p ro tr i- s lm a l a ssociation .will be keenly m issed.'

F red H syne and A iidrew Hoehn, iKilh lixral re.iUlents, w ere being held In th e T f th i F a lls c ity Jail th is a fte r ­noon a w a itin g s e ttin g of tim e tor th e ir a p p ea ra n ce In Justice court a peUt la rc en y charge.

'I 'he tw o m en a re teclm lcallv charged w ith th e f t o t a (luantlty ot coal, police records show , and wern a u e s te d la s t n igh t.

In th e “sh ake-dow n" before they were Jailed, police rep o rt, one of the two wiJi found to be carrying w hetstune, fou r pocket knives, two pair of p lie rs, tw o large iii llt w ash­ers, one flaid w histle, ono Key ring w lih heavy b rass chain , u screw

iviT a n d a purse ron laliilng iiy . • •

lino lu itioledlcal pm:

ID r. Charli

Pope SpcndH Actlvc Day W ith AiidlcnccHVATICAN C IT Y . .Inn. fl IURl-~

T he Pope, ee ttlng a t rest reports In th e to re ign p ress U iai iie 'l s siit- frr ln g from a severe ioln(vie, s|>«nl hks m o st active m orning h t weeks today.

A fte r h e h a d celebra ted . . . . . . ...hU private chapel, he was visited

Ju lie t O orson. founder o f cook­ing lohooli, * a a born on F eb . 11, •IMI. • V

by P m t. A rm ln ta M llanI, his physi­c ian . T Iten h e g ran te d audiences to C a rd in a l Par«)ll, p apal secretary uf s ta te , a n d to a flat o f (ither high pre la tea ill ' succession. N ext ran t h e recep tion of 350 newlyweds.

M IC Ei M e i c o f

— — “ - i / " Age, Possible 111 H e a lth Oiven

As Reasons F o r Ju s tic e Su therland Q u itting

7 . Hlf. f a th e r , th o u g h a la m e r . ............................: mirUngBeen i\t tr a c te d to . tiie

pOsiiblllUes o f th e te rr ito n r « n d w as one o t th e d iscoverers o f T ln tlc m in ­ing d istric t.

Soon a f te r yotim i S u th e r la n d r e ­turned relig ious b itte rn e ss grow ing up sround to e M c n n o n colony broke ou t and c o n tin u ed u n ti l 1000. B ut Uie young law yer waa schooled in th e ways o f -Ihe w est.

In h is te en s h e h a d w orked in a clothing s to ra h i B a lt U k e City, in Uie m in ing rec o rd e r’s .office a n d a s s n a g e n t fo r -W ells-Fargo. U ls espertences in th e young w est were wildly .-ekd tlng a n d fu rn ish ed h im wiUi a lu n d -o f an ced o te th e r e s t o r his’ilfe.

Inpo rU n t CaseO ne o t h is f i r s t Im p o r ta n t cases

Involved th e d e fense o f IB m en o t Irish e a trac tio n in a m u rd e r tr ia l. H is c llenU uncerem oniously hanged

fo r killing a m a n . B utherland procured acqu lttaU f a r seven a n d p rison te rm s lo r th e rem a inder.

M uch of th e re lig ious discord In th e w est devolved a ro u n d th e e n ­forcem ent of th e anU -polyg*m y law s a n d B u therland w as frequenU y call- 'ed In to de fend m em bers o t Uic M ormon chu rch pro secu ted under them . I t was h is th eo ry , re je c ted by th e low er courU , th a t th e offense was con tinuous a n d could n o t be segregated. T h is th e o ry la te r caused th e suprem e c o u rt to reve rse convic­tions u nder th e laws.-

H KABING T lU m fl)A YP relim inary hi-urlng will bo held

a t 10 a. m . T hurhdiiy for L. D. Eg­bert. T w in Falls , accused of embex- tllng a S79 w ashing m a ch in e from M oon’s P a lm a n d F u rn itu re store*. E gbert lia s been released a fte r fu r- ntshhig tl,000 bond. P roba te Judge Guy L. K inney sa id today.

You I 1 g • Il i s tfeeds. C

a h ead w hen

Seen TodayB asketball poatera advertising

tho 'new ■ bask -o -lltes" in local

crago o t em perors a n d kings from conno ta tions of a m uslin bng sw im m ing In lukew arm w a­ter, . served am id h igh -p itched cackle a n d accom panied by sandw iches w ith squlshy In-ildes” . . . M in ister ' who h a d $4 foun ­ta in pen s to len w hen h e la id It down Iq a local cslab ltslim ent. p ray ing ttjo l fellow w ho go t It will g e t religion and m ake re s ­t itu tio n . . . A nd violets bloom ­ing In y a rd of M rs. M ary J . S tafford .

FOiGNERSAKD lAPANESE CLASH

In v a d ers D em and Full Buie Over A rea Following

R ecent Bo;nbingB

(From Paic I)Chlne.se governm ent rad io sta tio n ycste« lay . exp lain ing th a t they w anted to keep th e Chinese tro m re ­m oving equipm ent.

A te w . hour.i la te r a -Japanese delegation in w hich rep resen ta tives o t th e em bassy, th e a rm y a n d the. navy w e r e represen ted , visited S h angha i m unfcipal councU auU iorl- tlc.>:.

T lie.deiegates p ro tested U ia t bom b- ig Incidents sliowod se ttlem en t

police to bp Inefficient. T hey d e ­m anded Im m ediate action ag a in s t all ■ 'antl-Japanc.ic '' e lem ents. Including new spapers—forelgn-longuagc news­papers as well as Chinese ones.

DemimiJ, Control T hen th e delegates dem anded th a t

th e m unic ipal cbuncU place J a p a ­nese In contro lllug positions in the c ity governm ent.

J u s t before noon th e Japane.-* took over a n d resum ed opera tion o t a ll rad io s ta tions. Including RCA a n d M acK ay. A m erican ow ned ataUons.

Chinese newspapers today con­ta in ed th e assertion th a t m ore th a n eso forolgners. Including l&2 A m eri­cans. w ere flghU ng for C hiba, eo p e r cen t o t them In th e a ir force w here as com bat pilots Uiey recplvcd from 19,000-to $lO,000'(Amerlcan c u r­rency) fo r each Japanese a lrjilsnc sh o t down, . b

T h is s ta te m en t c W e Just a fte r the announcem en t th a t .tw o A m erican av iators. A le x a n d e r F . S angster. H ouston.^h'ex.. a n d H arold G reen- leaf W elch, Los Angeles, h a d been killed in U k ing off from m e m ilita ry a ir field a t H ankow ycstffftlay. W elch h a d b ( ^ ip C hltia tw o years; S ang - st« r arrived on ly a mOnth ago.

JonU InstMIution Held by Granges

O ne hund red persons w itnessed th e In sta llation o t oU lcers o t H ansen, Excelsior, P leasanP*yalley. K im ber­ly. a n d T w in F a lls G ranges a t a m eeting la s t even ing a t th e E xcel­s ior school house, Roy D urk, K im ­berly, w as in charge.

D uring th e social hou r m a s te rs o f th e various groups a n d o th e r m em ­b ers spoke briefly . R efreshm en ts w ere served.

D isbursem ent to ta l duN ng D ecem­ber from th e depo rtm en t of public a ssistance in iSwln F a lls county reached Uie h ighest figure of sny monUi ..since A pril,' I030, figures com piled th is a ttem o o o by P rank L. R ead , ch ief . c lerk a n d released th rough Uie office o t R, W. H am p­ton, supervisor, show.

T o ta l distribu ted du rlh g the m on th of D ecem ber. Uie records show, am oun ted to 113,64a, going to 644 cases num bering 1,442 persons.

A m ount expended to r social secu r­ity during th e m on th cam e to $12,- 234. going to 650 c u e s composed of 1.244 persons. O t th is a m oun t $7,-

R-as distribu ted In oJd age. bene­fits num bering 373 eases of -560 persons; 1603 w ont fo r blind ds.sl.st- ance, w ith 10 coses num berin« 61 persons: I4,<«7 w en t to r dependent child assistance fo r 158 cases n u m ­bering 923 persons.

O f th e to ta l om oun t paid under social security th o county supplied 13,770.33; the s ta l« M.082.10 and th e federa l governm ent. |5 ,373 .5 lN

Aside trom Uie social security p a y ­m ents, th e repo rt shows, a to ta l o t tl.308 was spen t fo r d irec t relief, going to 94 cases num bering 198 persons. T h is en tire am ount.w as paid ou t o t s ta te funds.

n U P E ftT . Ja n . 6 ( S p « ls l ) - M r s . C a th e rin e Miller, w lfe.tJr Cnri M il­ler. died yesterjlay a fternoon a t the fam ily hom e near P au l a fte r being

a invalid lo r a num ber of years, Punfira l services will be conductcd

F rid ay afternoon a t the Pau l Cong- r e g tu o n a l church and- In term en t will be in Paul cem eten- by the G oodm an mortuarj-.

^M rs..M lller Is survived by h e r h u s­band . a son, Carl, Jr.. and a daugh ter. M rs. A rt T ylcrr

At the HospitalP a tie n ts adm itted to tho hosp ital

wero R obert Boyd, E dw in Sene, G eorge R. M iller, M rs. A. 0 . J sp p - son. M rs. S a rah Mock. V oriion H an ­sen, Olftrtyn Coiner. T w in Falls ; llo.ni S toner, 8 , P, K im brough; W il­liam Zuick, Mrs. U il Dlerkes, Buhl; E. F . W alker, l^ u rtau g h ; P e rry R lcha rd ion , F iler; Mrs. J . S taley, R u th F redericks. K imberly.

T liose dism issed wero M rs. T . O. Deck. M r.'A rm strong . Lucy Bogde, Mrs. E arl S tree t and son, T w in F s lls ; G. W, Isles. F iler; M rs. C la r­ence Saunders, H aselton.

DBMNG CHARGE m s IN FINE

Elm er K o rte A ssessed 9100 In M unicipal Court

Hejre Today

RlmiT K cirtf, 21, T w iu FulLr r r \ t r i t hy local |)o lke New Ycai'n anil i liurgod w ith ujw rallng a m otor vehlrin while iintler Uie InflueurA of Ih ton lcatlng llfjuor, was relessed from th e c ity Jail ih ls afternoon u|Hii) paym nnt of | l /)0 f|n e and uMts.

'I 'he yniith was a rre sted a l te r the c a r hi' waa dftv ing craslied Into a p a rked m achine , send ing h is rom -.............. D arlene W erniir. to iherm in ty g rn e ra l hosp ital fo r t r r a t- riten t o f » b roken nose a n d fice laeeratlriiis. M iss W ern er has since Iwen released,

A ppea ijn s before M unic ipal Judge J , O . I’um phrey , tiie you th w as fined •100 and 13 costs, p leading ■ullty to th e charge. T h e fine w si pa id by h is p a ren ts .

EF EXPENSE 0 I A l S J I 3 f i

D ecem ber P aym en ts H igher T han Any M onth Since

April, 1936

OBPUBUMWed., 'T h u rs .—"atftnd -In ,"

H oward.Fri-, S a t.—"N avy G old a n d Blue,"

R obert Young.IDAHO

W ed., T hu rs ,—"Lives of a Bengal L ancer," G ary Cooper.

Frl.. S a t.—"Case of th e S tu tte r ­ing B isliop,” D onald Wood.

R P X YWed., T hu rs .—'•Join, Uie M arlnes."

,^ g ln a ld D enny.- I F rl„ S a t.—"Ride, -.Ranger,' R id e ,' G ene A utry.

M urtaugh to H ear CommuniBtn Talk

M URTAUGH. Ja n . S (S peclan— M rs. M ina A shcraft. R ochester, M inn;, naUonally-knovm lecturer, a u th o r and au tho rity on C om m tin- Ism ; will speak a t a m ass m eeting Sunday a t 2:80 p, m . a t th e M ur- U u g h lUgh school audito rium . The public is Invited, It 1s announced.

H er lecture will be a n expose of m kitm lsm . She will also speak lly a t 7:10 p. m , a t M urU ugh

d tu lp g th e rem ainder o f th e week. All ta lk s a rs open to th e public.

SCREENOFFERINGS

CW LiEN G iN IIE-E

O rthopedic OonsttJtant Hero To C heck Up on Crippled

Y oungsters

R e-exam tnntfon o f chlldrcn prev­iously cured for u nder arrangem ents m ade b y ^ h e c rippled child ren 's bu­reau w as com pleted a t th e offices of th e d is tr ic t h e a lth u n it h e re th is a fte rn o o n u n d e r thO dlrecUon o t Dr. M anley B. Shaw , consu ltan t o rtho ­pedic su rgeon to r Idalio .

Aside from th o re e x a m in a tio n of approxlftik tcly a dozen youngsters, D r. Shaw a lso exam lrjed h a lt as m a n y new c a s e s 'd u r in g h is visit here . A n u m b e r o f p rivate cases In w hich consu lta tio n wlUi local phy­s ic ians WAS he ld were also discussed.

T ho local visit of D r. Shaw Is one o f a series belnt; he ld In health u n its over th e s ta te . Dr. Shaw Is being accom panied on the to u r by D r. H . L. M cM artln , form er d irector o t th e local iln i t a n d now sta te d i­r ec to r o f th e d e p ar tm e n t of mntern.- a l a n d c lilld h e a lth and crippled ch ild ren .

D r. Shaw th is a fternoon expressed ' satlsfac tio 'n a t Uie m a n n er In which th e cripp led ch ild ren prograhi was being carried ou t-In Idaho . H e said th e p rogress being m ade in th e im ­p o r ta n t w ork w as commendable.

M jJ^T IN G A N NO tm CED K IM BE RL Y . Ja n . 5 ( S p c c la n -

K lm berly A m erican Legion auxiliary will m e e t T h u rsd ay a t , Uie home of M rs. P . D. G rootes. M rs, Carl Em ­e rson is a s s is ta n t hostess.

•» - ___H C tP t TO

Avoid ColdsSpecially designed fo r th e n o se a n d upper thfoflc, where m o s t c o ld s s t a r t . Used In tim e, heli ftrevenl m any

VicksVa-tro-nol

T h e F o r d D ea le ir is

HEADQUARTERSfo ij th e b e s t U S E D C A R S

• R eco rd -b reak ing eolca o f llie New F o rd V -8 a re b r in g in g ifae b e s t U sed Cars In 'th ia clljr to F o rd D ealers. B ig ia r s — little c a rs —

/ ca re la every p rice class.

l!ir!4 PlyntdtUh Coupe, orlKlnul hinc-k finish,e x tr a good ......................... ...........I...........................120.1

193a P ly m o u lh D lx. C oupe / H2J51D.13 V-8 Coupe, rc c o n d ilin n e JT ............................. 521151«:M Chevrolet M uster C o / l i ....................... *275l i m V-fi Tudor. l)(Hl.l« ............................102i) l)odKo D lx. S ed u n , Hide m ounlH ............{ !>5i m F o rd S ed an .........................................................$12510;i0 V-S D lx. ;iW C oupo, h e n tc r , rn d io , new

llreH, orlKinitl t 'rc o n finlHit lik e now ., i . . ,.$45)5 lOllfi V-fl D lx. F o rd o r S cd u n . rndlt*, h c u tc r ,

nnd tru n k . n« c lenn u s n new c u r ‘ IG7K10;i5 C hevro le t M nHlor Hcdiin ............................. $.'ifiOlB.’i5 V*fl T u d o r , I>chI tr a n n p o r in t lo n m nde

In i » ; i 6 ...................................................... ....................j mID.’l? F ord .HR T u d o r, o ne you w ill re a lly he

proud to ow n ..........................................................

Hotter T ransportation l''or fjCHU

Union Motor Co.Your FORD Dealer

pu n tin g Tractor Co.146 2nd Ave. S.

Twin Pnlltt, IdahdPhM i* lO ill

ATTENTION FARMERS!Will Ckll for a u d Pay C ash tor D ead or W orthless

HORh k H - COWH - HIIBEP and Blinply I 'h in t Twi,, ji-mi, a u -Z ip O erv lco -W e Psy for the Ooll

IDAHO HIDE and TALLQW CO.M aiiufncturera o t

n*l<i*u O rsnd Im provsd M eat N rrapa and Cleldsn B ra n d Done M eal

iiighM r i i f , , p ,ia ,|,D B „ _ pk l t h - r u n s -«as Mile R ati a n d U H w lh of T w in r»H s

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Wetoeaday, January, 5, 1 9^ IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN;FALLS, IDAHO P a g r f l ^

Other Use Banned on Feed Diversion SpudsraiAiiwiD says Jerom e

Gives Backing

PRODUCERS HEARO oM ty Ajfent H a lts Enm otB;

A pp lica tio ss T ak e n a t B uhl, Tw in Falls

P o tatoes w hich a re d ive rted to livestock feed, a n d lo r w hich -south c en tra l Ktowcrs tcce lve diversion paym ents , c a n n o t bo used for o the r purposes. T w in P a lls a n d so u th cen ­tr a l growers wer« w arn ed today C ounty A eent H arvey fl. H ale.

“R um ors a re o u t in th e county," h e said, “ th a t spuds d ive rted / lo r livestock feed , a n d paym ent cclved fo r . th e m fro m th e govem - m ent, c itn th e n be used lo r o the r purposes such as plc ldng o u t lieod from them . T Jils Is n o t tru e .

D efin ite A rreem en t" In y o u r app lica tion , your certltl-

caU on of com pliance a n d a ll oUier fo rm s w hich you sign, you definitely ag ree th a t th e po ta toes fo r which you receive pa y m en t fro m th e gov­e rn m e n t will bo d ive rted for live­stock feed a n d fo r no o the r pu r­poses.”

H ale po in ted o u t th a t “th e gov­e rn m e n t will h av e to depeiid to some e x te n t upon th e In teg rity of grow ers Ip carry ing o u t th is a ^ e - m en t."

T h e po ta toes 0 No. 2 g rade now being dyed by InsjK ctors w ill be con­side red d iverted a n d pa y m en t will bo madS'SOon a fte r , th o county agen t sa id . “B u t I t Is positive t l i a t they c an n o t be sold fo r o th e r th a n livp- stock feed a n d c an n o t be used for seed . T h e Idea b<ehlnd th is p rogram is to rem ove th e d ive rted pota toes from a ll com m ercial ’Channels.’'

O th e r UlDtaH ale also o ffered several h in ts to ­

day to a ssis t grow ers In g e ttin g more spuds In on th e diversion program a n d to facUltaCc th e work.

"P o ta toes o ffered for inspection m u s t qualify a s to g rad e w hen In spected . T h is m eans th a t Mo. 2s m ust be m ade fn to No. 2s by th o necessary clipp ing a n d b reak ing off o f knobs as inspectors a re ln struc tcd .4o grade th e m a s they fin d them , p o t a s they cou ld be m ade.

"T h e No. 2s do n o t have to be so rted o u t o f Uic culls bu t c an be in ­spected as a n en tire lo t a n d th e p e r­cen tage of those Q ualifying figured.

P u t in D ins“In sp ec tio n a n d dyeing ' U easier

w here th e po ta toes a re in b ins r a th e r th a n in sacks, a n d Uie spuds should be squored up In th e b ins. The grow er is requ ired to have available

\ six a n d o n e -h a lf ga llons of w ater p e r 100 sacks o f po ta toes , a tul> or pomo c o n ta in e r fo r m ix ing th e ' d>'e, a n d sufflcicDC he lp to app ly Uio dye to th o spuds. In sp ec to rs fu rn ish the dye a n d will m ix it . D ir t a n d trash sho u ld n o t be th row n in th e bins of p o ta to e s to bo Inspected.

A ppUcatlon* a re n o n b c ln r re ­ceived for tlie inspection scrvice. T hese m ay i>e filed a t th e county axent'i o fflc l he re o r a t th e II. A. D eN eal r ea lty o trice In Dutil.

O ffic ia ls o f th o Je ro m o po st o f th o A m erican Cltlions* P ro tecthfo ■ssocU tlon t ^ a fte rn o o n In a n ex ­clusive com m unication decla red th a t th o m ajority* of Je ro m e business­m e n favo rs th e assoclation 'i' co st housing p rogram ..

T h e assertion, cam e a s a n a f te r ­m a th of th e s ta n d ta k e n In T w in P a lls by th e C ham ber o f Com m erce, w h ich advised local businessm en a g a in s t donaU ons to th e housing survey being m ado by T h o m a s M c- D ougail, p residen t of th e associa­tio n . The cham ber he re sa id tlm t th e J«rom c C . of C. h a d refu sed a p ­proval fo r M cDougall. T h o m essage from tlie Jerom o po st of th o low - rfage housing group, how ever, p o in t­e d o u t .a c on tra ry se n tim e n t to t ^ t f tctlon.' ' ' ^

“T h e m a jo rity • of th e WSsiness m e n w a n t th e p rog ram lu 01^ c ity a n d m any of th e m h av e ra is ed fu n d s to m ake Uie survey possible," th e le tte r , signed by R . L.- C ornw all, p o st p residen t, a n d Jo h n L . G ould, secretary , s ta ted .

Speaking of th e s ta te m en ts m ade by th e Tw m F a lls C ham ber o f C om ­m erce rega rd ing dona tions tow ard th o survey iu n d In T w in F a lls , th e le tte r po ttite lo u t th e f a c t th a t th e officers In jA s m g J 'h o p e th e T w in F a lls cham ber wlU reconsider th o a rtic le they caused to b^ p u b ­lished."

"W hy anyone w a n ts to keep c i t i - eens living In s iich unreasonab le conditions is qu ite beyond us," th e signers w ro te. " In Je ro m e M r. M c­D ougall h as .th e w ho le -h e arte d s u p ­p o r t of th o com m unity."

Values As Rare As a Robin in January

Red Coats Slow ■CONCOED, M ass. (U.R). — Sm all

w onder th a t th e C oncord M inu te M en o f 1775 w ere ab l» to r o u t H is M ajesty’s regu lm ,« i:A m a n u a l o f a h n s used fajM-djT^Brman a rm y a t th a t tlnv rtknd uncovered by a local ' antlqatfdanT H jw eals th a t before f i r - 1 h ig h is f l in t lo i l t th e R ed C o a t r e - 1 celved IB se p ara lB -w m m an d s fro m , h is o fficer a n d execu ted 49 d is t in c t : m otions.

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C harlen II. Cniinon. niniiiiKrr nf Uie social secu rlly bdiirirn I'cirnlello field office, w hich srrvpB 33 noutli- e a s te m Id a h o counties Inclucllng T w in F a lls county , will be tn Tw in n i l l i on J a n . 13, I t w as I ra m rd to ­day.

E m ployers desiring aA.iliitaiicn In solving problenui rrgardhiK itiro iiiit num bers for o il th c lr w orkers o r wlio w an t In fo rm ation a s to stejM lu f iling claim s for w orkers w ere urged to contacl^M r. C annon a t Uie C liani- ber o f Com m erce betw een tho hours of 0 a. m. a n il 11 a. ni.

W orkers In b u n ln m or industry w ho have reuchod, o r will soon rcncli Ui8 age of 03. a n d n e a r relivtlVM of w orkera w ho have died th is year, re ­g ard less of Bge, a ro en titled to file claim s thrnuK li th e I 'o ra tc lln f|cl<l office for lum p-sum canli paym oiita u n d e r -the old-oKc liuiurnnr.o pro­v isions o f th o W)c1iil necurlty act,

O ne of th e jiurpoAca of M r. C an­n o n 's visit, I t wan nniiounced , la to n \c e t any such rlnlintintfl a n d w i s t th e m In f iling rliilmn for t h lum p-sum Jmyinrnlvi.

S K I l f f i l O SAVES 5 FLIERS

BAN PR A N C tSO O , J a n . 0 f lJ .n - Sk lllfu i plloU ng w aa c red ited today w ith sav in g U>e Itoos o f five in rn i- iMrn nf th e orew 9 t a n a rm y tran s - |H>rt ))lane w liloh « a a fo rced to land In th e (og-»hrom Jod bay lo s t n igh t w hen Its m o to rs failed ,

'H ie Innd jilano w as b m n g h t down In ih r w ater on » • “belly ." rrn ta ln - ed oflim l n»id Itn crow was ta k e n off unlnjiiri-il by a nnvy tug .

Cot, DnvrniKtrt Johntion , com m a n d e r n t M am lltoii field, w as ai th o ro n lro h w hen th e f o n r d land Ing w as nmrte o ff M D N ears b rn rh ,

n » e * « ff lc rr so ld h e believed "Ica- ing" of- tlin cnrlH ire tori cau w d Urn m o to r fltlliire th a t Bent Uio bom lirr dow n.

U - ...

You aN ew

U e r e &

m o r e p l e a s u r e

for/38,..a happier new year

, . . and m o re pleasure for the thousands o f new sm okers wllo a rc finding* o u t about (^licster- field’s m ilder b e tte r .taste..

M ild rip e tobaccos niul pure cigarette p a p e r are the best in- (iredients a cigarette can have • • ■ are the things that Rive you

, m o re p leasure in Chcslerficlds.

Right Now

OvercoatFrom now on, fo r th e n ex t tb re e o r four m on lh^ you will need an ov erco al/ev ery day. Save 4L Ihene low prices, dodble value giving b e c a o ^ they come a t a tim e when you N EED a h ew .

Come In TODAY, and make your selec*

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C m iih . i i » . W o r m

..tfoulljindMORE PLEASURE j in Chesterfields

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(■uariini<u;(K vltKin wool,ilioico of i)lnk o r blunli, lurgo nirc, and e x tra larffe Dlea only. A closn- (till. Hogulnr 30cNow ......................

V A m W M20'.’ virgin wool, r>v:. Hilk. Hliiih irolor only. Hmnll ni/o only. Hokii-i liirly Holl;) for now a cloHooiit n t ...................

GROUP ONEIncfude* EV EHY ooat In itocJc. regu­la rly p riced a t 133.00. O reya, browns, | In tMOi’Ar fab ric s a n d •tj 'lrs . a ll a re hicludod ............- .....- ....... - ...............

GROUP TWO

InrU ided every coat. In o»ir trem endous stock orlK hially p riced a t 130.00. I browns, a n d greys In a ll popula r i

GROUP THREEY our b iggest c lm nce to save . . T h la ' grm ip InohidM every MQ co at to slock. rrgard leM of w ho m ade It. .o rig in a l I rxjst. or .style. All a re Included a t th is lK)ttom prloe ............................................

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• NATIOWAL B*PHE8ENTATIVia W«0T-HOliLIDAY — -—

UllU Toww, 2»-Bu»h BWeet.

ENTATIVZ3 ■- _ / CO..- I N O A .— — / 6»n FruffliW.' emu.

How About Mod«4-T Housing?There are many"reasons why housing on, a scale

needed by the country fails to get started.High hourly wages in the building trades, high

^prices for building materials, oppressive and unneces­sary legal specifications, speculative land pyices, all these are holding^ back the building boom which is necessar;^ to recovery.

— No way has yet been found,to “unfreeze” a n y o f these factors. No “model home” proposals have yet been made which bring new houses down into the price range where the mass of men can buy them.

From a l a ^ a n , who does not pretend to be a build­ing tocpert, comes a suggestion that,m ight possibly

, point a way o u t It is this ;If the kind o f "model houses” now demgned and of-

the average workman are beyona his power to (and they, are) why not go at the thing from a

completely new angle, and design a house tha t will be just as much house as this man can afford to buy, and no more?

« ' * * . -V .

How were-aufomobiles brought within the range of the"Bverap buyer? By building an automohije^strip­ped of all gee-gaws, most of the conveniences, and even many cOmforta—the old Model-T Ford of blessed

lemory. I t wasn’t much of a car, eves^ccording to ■^.Btanda^ of those days. But it ran, and thousands people found it infinitely preferable to tlT horse and

HE &EBMS J C S r A B ITh e n p e c k e d :

POL ShoLs: ', I believe lo freedom a n d ecuallty ' fo r all.

I believe In o p p o r t i ^ y to pursue llfe,-lov(< a n d h a p iA M .

B u t w hen I Kfl V U rE e w om an slilp a jm a li m an , w ho n t i s t have been her husband. Z th in k ftom ethlng ough t to be done. A nd th a f s whalj I- saw on M ain n o r th a t m id n ig h t gunday.

W ho w ere they? l d o n 't know , b u t If th e re ’s any s la p p ln j to be done, th e m ale and n o t th e fem ale should do It. W itness th e m ovies, In w hich th e he*men go t p re tty ro u g h In la te years.

—Peek-a-B oo

ONE V fk Y T O M A K E ANA M S . 'Po o r w B i s T - t v A x r a

I had a IllUe w rU i-w a(ch.A T crr sh iny tb log .

T h e k ind of UtUe w risl-w a tch T h a t make* y e a r h e a r t to a ln g . ''

B n i I r » e « my IltUe w rU t-'w atch Cooldn 't sw im » stroke,

1 wore I t In th e b a th tu b A nd th e re Jta sp irit* broket

—M arian n e(•Also, th e isa ln sp r iB f) .

I T S E IW S A re c e n t I tem In th e _____ _“ W to * 0* I m t o d r ' L to d a do -

I’t this suggest an approach to housing? W baf 8 the m atter with building a “Model-T” house, stnpped 6f gadgets and some of the latest conveniences

■ and comforts? A simple house that will be water-■ tight, and clean, and'sound, even if it doesn’t have

an electric refrimratos and thermostatic heat con-____ IroLAJtaiBe a O L d e a i g n e d . t h a t additions can be built

: as needed, g ad ^ ts installed as they, can be afforded, ' convenienoes Mid . comforts gradually ^ d e d as the

J occu|«nt beeomes able to pay for them.Would it not, be possible to design and build such a

.., lioiue a t a cost even under today’s conditions, which - ^nnild jibe with the average working man’s income?

j ; ; -Does this mean a i’etreat to lower standards than

. 1 m e^atdy be a vast improvement over^th'e drafty > <»binfi and reeking slums that now house so many

•; iwople in city aAd countir.I f it c o u I q be built and sold a t a price .working men

5 could pay, then they would not have to saddle them- 'selves with a lifetime of debt to buy it. As they be-

' » 'g |n to g et‘clearonthe'co8t,theoccupantswouldgradu- . J ally install the improvements. Given a change to get■ :f in out of the rain in clean, n^wbasically-sound houses

a t a cost they could pay, such workmen would gradu­ally improve, equip, and enlarge them as time went on.

• , If a man can’t-afford . to buy what he wants, J d usually biiya what he can afford..But in houaing, that

■ * ^ an ce has not yet been offered him. Perhaps such , an offer would be the key-log which, pried loose,

; > would release the pept-up demand for new houHca.

' , ' Laurels for Landoiiy I Of Alf Landon it might almost be said, aa was said

■ .o f the Thane of Cawdor,'thatv “nothing in his . .(pel’tical) life became him like the^Ieaving of it.”

Hifi altogether manly statement that ho will notagain be a candidate for the pr^ldontiiil nomination, hoping by that very rflhunclation to bettoi* advance his politickHiews, does him entlre crediU So dogs his

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Ished on Innuendo.“P e o p le a rc beg in n in g to a sk

■questions," L i n d a r e a d now , “ a b o u t t h e m ysterious a n d sp ir i t - ucU e l i t t le singe r w ho h a s n td d e n - Jy b e g u n to pa ck 'e m in a t a w e l l- k o b w n n ig h t club ^ o u n f a i r d t y . , . . W ho, since thifcr Issue h a s b e e n ra id e d , Is S ilv ia? W here d id sh e con jc f ro m Into th e he re ? . . . Y o u r c o m m en ta to r is o ld eno u g h to r e ­m e m b e r t h e 'n ig h t s w h e n U n d a A u d u b o n w as s ta n d in g th e s ta g e - d o o r Jo h n n ie s on th e ir e a r s b e fo re th e sc a n d a l o f h e r tr a g ic e n d . T h erc sc m b la n c e . — in vo ice. ___sn c e , a n d a u n ique} / e iT o rtl ia ^ g lf t f o r ‘p u ttin g i t across’ — is so r e ­m a rk a b le os to suggest K>m etbln£ m o re th a n m ere c o ln c id e n c t . . . . O h , w e ll, w e m e re ly m e n tio n i t ' f o r w h a t i t Is w o r t t .”

‘T h e one th ing ,” T o n y sa id , “ th a t spo ils Reggio G rim es’ m e a ls , i s a m y s te ry . B u t y o u don’t h a v e to te ll h im o r a n y o f ’e m a n jrth in s y o u d o n ’t w a n t to—n o t m e e ith e r ,” h e added .

“S h e w as m y m o th e r ," U n d a s a id s te ad i ly . “ I h a v e o f te n b e e n to ld th a t I a m v e ry m u c h lik e h e r ." ■

“T h e n th is is O -k a y b y m e .” T o n y ta p p e d th e p fi>er. “B u t h o w a b o u t y o u ? "

cordial o f f e i^ the Presidpnt of hla entire support in i ;j> the ticklish foreign situation now faced by the country.

iiluO, . Noneoftho nearly 17,000,000 Americans who voted j for Landon In 1936 need bo ashamed of their man to- f matter how disappointed they may have felt

p » dunng his rather ineffective campaign and hi» bad ■f.:. S.' IIdttng. His political attitude since that time has boea l.. ,, i^ilBmanUko and admirable.

' Santa’s ifccordI- ' . Foi ’tunatoly Santa Claus hadn’t heihul about the |T' / businestfrecession, or depression, or w hateW it i»—or ; - : w a^ Speaking through his deputy, Postmapter Gon-

r m Jim Farley, he announce<l that Dec. 21 was the i: i Wf i f i e e t stRfflo day in postal hintoiy, both a i rfe'gards

• volume aha yeceipte. The whole ChrlHtm»a\maU wet record., . \ I ,

America's heart Is bigger than its pocketbook. Given y'klhd of a chwce, that same spirit will aturt the

"T>gl4nop ; ^ u p ^ a r d pfcth in 1038.

B show how Ethiopian tribesmen burned two 8 and their occupapU. This is Uie con- yla W beauty recommended by young

'6Jlm” W ebster a n d C . O r H ave if catch ing a lu sty nlne-pcrtm d tro u t In Snake r lv e iy jn N ew Y ea r’s . W e d o n 't recall th e item , b u t it.,scem s th e - repo rts m en tio n ed t h a t M r. H aven d id th e ca tc h in g . S o yester­d a y In cam e M r. W ebste r w ith a no t* h« 'd w ritte n o u t. I t sa id :

VHeyl H old everythii}gl SUm W ebster says h e w as th e one th a t cau g h t U ia t big tr o u t a n d h e did w eigh 9^4 pounds. W h en a fellow te a lla a h is life 's am b itio n a n d does hook a n d la n d a tro u t a ro u n d 10 pounds h e h a te s to h av e som ebody s te a l th e show . B u t we d id have some excitem ent. T ry I t som e tlm e.:^

- -S U m W e b ^ r

CARD F A E T IE S

M y nam e la ’'^ to g g le th e M ouse.

I live In owe o f th e B e s t houses I n town.J sneaked up Y esterday a ltem o o n A nd peeked in to T h e parlo r

^ B e c a u s e I h e ard i / . A lo t or ta lking.

T here were four tab lfs,A ll filled w ith ladle:i P lay ing .cards.B u t m ost of th e tim e T hey were Just T alking.U iua lly about B o m e M y who w osn 't A t th e psrty .T hey plnycd>(or M oney stakes,A nd several ladles G o t very nasty T o the ir p a rtn e rs Bccntue they w en t i>ct A nd lost money . . .I 'm elud we d o n 'ti't»yA m 'onrm ice .

—Maggie th e Mo«m •

W K RATIIKR FAVOR TH E MWiT<fff H K R ei

P o t Shooter;I ’m very m odern In m> Ideas,

a n d 1 twHeve th ii t a ll pa renU •honid OM th e genUe m cihad w ith oblldren. p re fc rr litf ptjr- cholagy to lleklngs ( u n lm p t j . c bo logr nop«j th e n w hale 'em good). .

A nd so I rem ark, a tt« r read ing th e headline la i l n ig h t, th a t th e g e n t B e n n rlt, l le n ry r o r d 'i erm iy, o u fh ta w ham th e M vth end o f th a t da u g h te r oC h is even If she b m arried now, C aaslng a- k idnap w are , w ith 1,000 o l . ( io e n looking (o r h r r , < l-n e n a n d w h at all—Jtiit becau>e th e . r w «K and got m arried ,

'M aybe we p a re n ia oug iita re- tw n lo th e o ld .fash lo n ed Ideas th a t had ch ild ren th in k in g a doaan U m ». before they M U ed a f a s t one. W h a l aay 'o th e r p oppas and mommaaT

rn r te e n s

W B'LI. THY TO A(;T ON Y O llR ADVICKI

B hols:'re 's hoping you hud a very

O hrlstm aa and lola of '. o u t o f tliU New Y e a r n i you

H ere’s m y cAntrlb: I I d o n ’t Iwllevfl lit New Y e a rs reso*

Jutlons. W hy? B ecaiue so m any com e o u t w ltli a lo t of rea lly good onea b u t as soon m one Is b roken, I t Is given up becnuMt lliey th o u g h t In te rm s o t a year In stead o( a day,

W o only J l» e one day a t a tim e. T ry t o live th a t day th e beat you can , ir th e day h a s b re a h a rd and some o( th e t h r e a d s haya

m e n d e d p ro u d ly . “ I n e v e r u n ­d e rs to o d — w h o t ^ p p c n e d to h e r — u n ti l I 4fvns g ro w n u p . T h e n I w a s n e v e r aaham edi on ly . — so rry . . T h is Ju s t doenv’t m a tte r ."

B u t sh e kn e w n o w th a t sh e w o u ld n e v e r w ri te to o ld M ira a d s f o r th a t key .

A lm o st o v e r n ig h t th e le g en d o f S i lv ia S t a r h a d ta k e n possession o f th e c ity . E v ery w h ere p e o p le w e r e hum m ing o r w h is tl in g th e q u a in t, w is tfu l a i r T o n y u se d fo r h e r e n t r a n c e cue . O r ^ e s t r a s ja zz ed It- rad io e n t e r t a i n e r s

- « Q ^ e d it.

T 3 U T L i n d a w e n t i)b ed ien tly . a b o u t th e r o u tin e T o n y a n d h is ^ t e r p la n n ed fo r h e r . S h e p ra c ­tic ed h e r s im ple UtUe aongis w ith th e o rch e s tra ; sh e t r ie d o n th e s im p le frock s th a t T o n y h a d d»< sig n ed fo r h e r; sh e show ed se lf (^c aslo n ally a t t h e m o s t dis^ c re e t o f th e la sh io n a b le a m u a ^ m c n t p laces, a lw a y i a lo o f u n d e r M rs. C am pag no 's p ro u d p h a p er- o n a g e — fo r b e ln f se en se e m e d to b e p a r t o f h e r Job.

A nd if , w h en sh e w a s ti r e d , she som etim e* M t w a v e s o f ho m e s ic k -

f o r th a t s r « a t sh a d o w y ho tise w h e re she se em e d to h a v e le f t so v ita l a p a r t o f h e r s e lf — e v e n fo r th a t indom l)ab Ie , p ro u d o ld w om ­a n w ho w a s a lo n e th e re jffith h e r o w n tm h a p p ln e ss , L in d a d e te r ­m in ed ly b e a t t h e fee lin g d ow n .

W hy re tu rn , e v e n In im acln»> tio n , to th e a r e th a t o n c e b a d b u rn e d h e r so u h e n d u ra b ly ? B et« te r to rem a in f r o t e n a n d a n a e s th e ­tized , e x cc p t f o r th o se fe w m in u tes cach i^ g h t w h e n sh e c am e to life in song.

O ne even ing , h o w e v e r, h e r u n ­e asiness d id »o f a r g e t th e b e l te r o f h e r th a t sh e w e n t to a p a y s ta -

. . _ . tdP eetied-th c T re n t house . J e f f c r s o n . - ^ -sw crc d th e te lep h o n e .

‘‘Y es,’’ h e s a id in a n sw e r to L in d a 's g u a rd e d q u e s tio n s , “M iss M iranda w a s d o in g n ic e ly . , , , W ould s h e l ik e to sp e ak to M iss M iranda'?’’ ■

"N o,” L in d a s a id . “ O h, no l I — ju s t c a lle d to In q u ire .’’

S he w a s (jbo tit to h a n g u p w h en Je tT crson d e t ^ n d ^ d su d d e n ly , “A in 't th is M iss L in d a sp e ak ln ’?’’

L inda h e s ita te d in p a n ic . S h e hadv th o u g h t - s h e w a s d isg u lU sg h e r vo ice n w e ll.

‘I th in k y o u m u s t b e ( in f u s in g m e w i th so m eo n e e lse,” s h e sa id a t la s t.

“Y asn m i," s a id J e f f e r ^ , liu t h is to n e w a s u n c o n v in ce d . •'W ho sh a ll I t d ] MIas M ira n d a caBedT’’

‘-‘I — oh , M rs. T r e n t m l ^ t n o t even re m e m b e r m e .”

•Y assum ,” s « id J e ffe rso n lou d ly , a s If f o r th e e a r s o f so m eo n e lis­te n in g in th e ro o m b e y o n d . T h e n In a c a re fu lly lo w e re d t o n e , "Wh(!n youi comih* h o m e , M iss L in d a ? '’ -

I h e r e c a m e th e sh a rp t a p - t a p of a eone o n th e p o lish ed floor, a n d t h e n o l d M ira n d a ’s im p erio u s vo ice, co m in g n e a te r :

" fs th a t K is s ^ t o n , J e ffe rso n ? W hy. d id y o u n o t ' t e l l roe? I w ish to sp e a k w ith h e r .” ,

L ln d k /h u n g u p a n d s a t do w n w e a k ly f o r • m o m e n t

'p O N Y w u d e e p ly Im m erM d in h is p la n s f o r h is N ew Y ea r’s

c e le b ra tio n , w h ic h w a s t o b e w h a t h e c a lle d •‘su p e r-su p e r-co lo ssaL "

B u t s o m e th in g h a d com e u p th a t m a d e I t . h a r d f o r L in d a to ta k e m u c h in te r e s t l a th e e v en t.

T h e re w e r e r u m o r s l o som e o t th e p a p e rs t h a t a n a m a te u r ra d io o p e ra to r so m e w h e re i n T e x a s c la im ed to b e p ic k in g u p f a in t s ig n a ls f ro m th e r a d io o t tb o 'lo s t A u re liu s exp « d M 6 h . T h e la te r e d itio n s b a d i T t h a t h e h a d suc ­c eeded l a . t r a n la t in o w h o le w ords, n a m es a n d p i -ases, a n d t h a t one o f th e n a m « a A ra s t h a t o l C a p ta in B a r ry m o re ^ e n t .’ L a te o n e a fte rn o o n ,.w h e n L in d a

cou ld e n d u re th e su sp e n se no lo n g er, s h e c a lle d u p th e flying fie ld f ro m w h ic h B a r ^ h a d ta k e n off. W h en a g ir l a n sw e red , she a sk ed , c len c h in g h e r h a n d s to k e ep h e r vo ice s te a d y , “ I w o n d e r i f y o u c a n g ive m e so m e In fo rm a tio n a b o u t C a p ta in T re n t? "

" C a p ta in w ho? O b , h im ! W ell, w h a t d o y o u w a n t t o k now ?”

T h e g i r l ’s vo ic e w a s in d iffe ren t, I i f s h e h a d d ro p p e d m o re e n te r ­

ta in in g m a tte r s to a n sw e r th e

'I s i t t r u e — ” L i n d a b e g a n b re a th le s s ly — “I mean> h a v e you a n y n e w in fo rm a tio n a b o u t C ap­ta in T r e n t? ”

“ C h i th e y g a v e h im u p se v e ra l d a y s a g o . . . 'W h o Is th is sp e ak ­ing , p le a se ? ” T h e 'g i r l b ecam e b n isk ly effic ien t.

S o m eth in g In h e r p e r t in d if fe r ­e n ce s tu n g L in d a to in c au tlo n .

“I h l s ,” s h e s a i d , • ‘■Is C a p ta in T r e n t’s w ife ,” a n d cou ld h a v e b it­te n off h e r to n g u e w h e n sh e h e a rd th e g ir l t i t t e r u n d e r h e r b re a th , a n d sa y » so m eo n e b esid e h e r:

“A d a m e is a sk in g a b o u t C a p - t a ln - T r e n t .” A g a in t h a t s u p ­p re sse d t i t te r , a n d th e n , “S h e says she ’s h is w ife . W ou ldn ’t th a t b u m M a g d a S h irle y u p ? ”

L lnd tf h u n g u p ’in a pan ic .T h a t e v e n in g th e p a p e rs a l l d is ­

co u n ted th e ru rh o rs o f - th e m o rn ­in g s E x ^W ls w e re q u o te d a s say ­in g th a t th e f re q u e n c y o n w h ic h th e T ex tis a m a te u r , c la im ed to h a v e p ic k ed u p th e s ig n a ls d id n o t co­in c id e w i th th a t o n w h ic h t h e A u fc llu s e x p e d itio n — o r C a p ta in T re n t , c i th e r — h a d b e e n tr a n s m it­tin g . M orieover, w h y sh o u ld a n a m a te u r .in T e x a s p ic k u p m es­sages t h a t th e p o w erfu l g o v e rn ­m e n t s ta tio n s in th e P a n a m a h a d & lle d tb g e t? .

S o L in d a p u t o n h e r g ra y f ro c k a n d W ent o u t t o s in g h e r sim p le songs, to a c ro w d e v e n b ig g e r th a n th e n ig h t b e fo re .

(To Be CooUnoed)

E vening T im es W u h ln g to a C o m ap o n d e n t

W A SH IN O TO N . J a n . 5 -R e n e w e d e tfo r ta to p a ss wage-hour<KihlId la ­b o r le g ls la tio n ^ o h a n d In h a n d w ith N ew D eal h opes o f c u rb ing som e of th e pow ers of th e suprem o cou rt. '

D efea t o f su c h leg isla tion by a sm all house m a jo rity in th e sp eclfi u««<nn Was a b a d blow to th e New D ea l tacU clans, w ho see fede ra l regu la tion o f w ages, h o u rs a n d ch ild lalM r n o t on ly a s a social-econom ic m m u r e fo r p ro tec tion o f exploited w orkers a n d ^ b u lw a r k fo r purcb&s-*' lo g power, b u t a lso a s a challenge to th e suprem e c o u r t T h e cou rt's con- servaUvo m a jo rity Is fig h tin g w ith i ts back to th e w all.

I t h a s been a n adm in istra tion th e o ry t h a t th e suprem e cou rt "w ou ldn 't d a re” k ill a w age-hou r- ch ild labo r law In th e se days of e n lig h te n m e n t T h e reason ing is som ew hat involved. . «

B u t i t w as a ssu ra n ce ^ t th e c o u rt os c o n s titu ted a y e a r ago w ould certa in ly in v a lid a te such leg­islation w as a p rim e fa c to r beh ind

sevelt's declsim f to pop h is c o u rt ____ T h e c o u rt's subsequent lib ­era lized decisions, a s In th e W ag­n e r a c t a n d social securjcy cases, h av e m a d e,It a p p ea r th e c ou rt w ould ha rd ly fly m th e fac e of public op in ­ion a n d a law a s pppu la r a s th e New D ea le rs expec t th e w agc-hou r- ch ild labor a c t WOUlfl-W :-----------------

H I S T O - R Y Of Twin Falls City & County

M G leaned f rc m n i« s o f ^ T h e T im es

15 YE A R S AGO JAN. s, m s

T om orrow is th e la s t fu ll day of. Uic old adm in istra tio n of county

, a ffa irs a t th e cou rt house a s t h i new se t o f o S J ic tn will ta k e th e tr p laces M onday^ a f te r w la r iu have be en sllowed by th e r e ti rin g bo a rd o f county com m issioners.

T h e re will, be few changes In th e u ls t a n ts am ong th e bold*over o f­

ficials. P cobate Judge O . P . D uvall u l d none w as c on tem plated In h ls office, Covmty C lerk O. O, fllgg lns

The Family Doctor

T hto Is tb e fUU i in a aerice lo w b k h D r. r ia h b a ln dlaoinaes v a rle tts m e n ta l d ls to rbaneca.

a rt.W ith U » ad v en t of P ro seou tlnc

AlU>mey J . W . l^ y lo r th e offices of d epu ty a n d t U a ^ t p i t t r wJi] ,b e consolida ted an dv the place filled by A ttorney J o h n H . B arnes. M r. B a m u prac ticed law in R a iu a a be­fore coihlng to th is sta te .

T h e new eet of depuUea, P ra n k U am ; J o h n G ab b e rt a n d p . F . P r a ­te r. w ho w ill serve u nder Blterlff M ow s P inch , ,have a lready been nam ed.

27 Y E A / tS AGOJA N S, 1911

A num ber of young ladles e n te r- tnlRcd th e ir friends a t a New Y ear's Imll given M onday evening a t th e Ju st-a -M e re Inn . I h e young lad les proved them selves m ost ch a rm in g ti(»t«sses a n d th e a ffa ir w as one o f tlio m o st deligh tfu l dancing p a rtie s Ilf th e season , "nje big double doors Iwlwcen th e reception h a ll a n d th e (lining room were th row n open, bo th rooms h av ing been c leared and deo- u iu ted beauU fully lit th e ho liday r'olom. D uring th e ,in te rm iss io n frrnhm ents w ere served.

B y M O R R IS PIBH B EIN E d ito r. J o n m a l U th e A m erican

M edical A s a o e U ^B ygela , tb e M H h

A m ong th e tn o h ^ an c le n t o f a ll the fo rm s o f m e n ta l th o se , know n a s th e m an ic dep res­sive psychoses. W riters descslbed th M e , cond itions -more t h a n 1,700 ye a rs ago. ’

P ro m 10.000 to 13,000 people w ith th is fo rm of In san ity a re adm itte d to in s t itu tio n s e v ^ year. W om en su ffe r m ore from th is condition th a n m en do, by abo u t 90 p e r cent. W om en a ffec ted a re m ostly b itw een 40 a n d SO y e a ta old. I n m en , the cond ition u sua lly a p p ea rs la te r .

I t is g o ie ra lly believed th a t th is fo rm of I n sa n ity -ls re la te d to th e In h e r ita n ce of th e person cem ed .

T h e typ feak p a t ie n t m ay a rise In th e m o rn in g a p p aren tly n o rm al bu t q u ite w o n seem s to be to o fu ll of good h u m o r a n d bubbling w ith

irgy. T h e n th e p a t ie n t suddenly m a y becom e Irritab le a n d abusive T h to pe riod w ill be follow ed by one o f m o re good h u m o r a n d w ith some ex pended Ideas a s to th e p aU en fs

co n fined In a n In stltu - U on, th e p a t ie n t m ay p la n eatenslve

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senate v a n d house a ttac h es h av a ttren selected, "nw only a p p o ln t- m n it th a t cam e to th is county w as Uir aaa lsU n t ch ief c lerk, w hich w en t to J . H . H uff.

ttruken, try to m end tliom th e nex t day a n d ^ r e If yuu d o n ’t have a b e t­te r day.

" ’11s b u t h u m a n to e rr ," bu t don 't be b lind a n d keep^ on e rr in g th e Autne every day. ’ .

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You May Not Know That—

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to |r>00 monthly, a n d the c o u n ty 1b # la o p a y i n g th rjC o p e r c e n t I n t e r ^ a t a t

lir f lH c n t o n W l.O Q O ' in n o w iKintfH v o te d l o r t h a n o w c o u r th o u f le , h e ld t ip

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le tte cs , a n d c a rry on g re a t buslneu , b u t h is p la n s h av e no relaU on w hat' • v s r to reallU as.

V ague a n d e x tra o rd in a ry pains develop a n d th e pa U e n t w rites a1 •o rU o f q u e er arUoles, easays, and le t te ra —o f te n in c o h eren t a n d dlsor- de red .

n U custom ary in auoh cases t4 m a k e c e r ta in th a t th e physica l con­d itio n of th e p a t ie n t is sound , and to recom m end th a t th e paU en t bo p u t In to a n in s t itu tio n w here u n - queatlonab ty h e wlU do s^ u ch be tter th iu i a t hom e.

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b o th s ides w ould In a ll cases of d is­p u te t e w r t to ari»ltrat4oij.

n u A . N . P . A. ba« 4 H dally new spapers a s m em bers, b u t Berry says th e ag re em e n t Is o b a n re d by a ll b tit th re e , da ily new spapers in th e U n ited S ta te s a n d Catusda. T here la v e be en b u t few tem porary b lurs ‘ th e th ir ty ^ y ea rs ' peace.

W OULD END P E 0B L E M 8V alidaU on of su c h ~ a law w ould

m e an th a t th e c o u rt w ould h av e to reverse its e lf in i t s decision in tb e H am m er vs. D a g e n h o rt case.

"A nd th e n ,” say N ew D eal law ­yers , "a ll ou r p rob lem s w ill be over a n d th e fed e ra l governm en t can b a r anytlU ng fro m in te r s ta te com ^ m erce th a t congrcss w a n ts to ba r.”

I t was th e H o m m er-D agenhart case th a t th e to u r t , in 1018, by a 5 to 4 vo te , killed a law p ro h ib it­in g p ro d u c ts o f ' ch ild labo r from b f ln g se n t fro m th e s U te of o rigin in to any o th e r s ta te . T h e c o u rt he ld t h a t p roduction w as n o t su b je c t to fed e ra l con tro l, t h a t th e m a n u fa c tu re of goods a n d th e m in in g o f coal were n o t com m erce a n d th a t th e law was In invasion by fed e ra l pow er of c on tro l o f local m a tte rs .

LA BO B PEA CE? Y ESlI s i t possible to avoid labor s tr ife

a n d preserve Industria l p c ac e? 'T h e publishers of A m erican new s-

apers a n d th e m en Who opera te th e presses w hich t u r n o u t th e new s­p a p e rs h av e Ju st jo ined in an sw er­in g "Y cal” , .

T hey h a v f been say ing " y c s l" fo r th e la s t 30 years a s th e y renew ­ed. tim e a l te r tim e, a n ag reem en t w h ich b inds b o th sides to a rb itra te a n d re fra in fro m s tr lk c s -a n d lock- o u u .

T h e o th e r day they a g a in renew ed fo r a n o tlie r live years th is ag re e ­m e n t w hich h a s iccpt peace betw een pub lishers a n d pressm en for th ree dccadcs.

P re s id e n t Jam es ,0 . S tah lm an of tb e A m erican N ew spaper P ub lishers ' associa tion sa t- 'dow n to sign w ith S e n a to r G eorge L. Berry , p residen t o f th e In te rn a tio n a l P ressm en a n d A ssis tan ts ' un ion , and o th e r rep rc ' s e n ta t lv n o f th e two groups.

T h e tw o presiden ts called each o th e r " J im " a n d ' ’Qcorge.”

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T H E ON LY FA IR WAY *‘W e p lit the s tam p o f approval

up o n th e princip le th a t I t is o f f irs t Im p o rtan c e th a t th e re be no s to p ­page in business; th a t ou r d if fe r­en ces sh a ll be a d ju sted by th e pro c ­esses o f m ediation, conciliation a n d , f ina lly , ip-bltratlon,'.' sa id B er-

*^'* it Is o u r ho n est beUef U ia t b ttra t^on is Che su rest a n d s tra lg h t- e s t way to Industrial peace a n d con ­seq uen t economlo recovery," sa id Stah lJh iu i, w h o 'Is publisher o f th e N ashville MTenn^) B a n re r . "T ills a g re em e n t s lio u ld 'p o in t t ^ w ay to o th e rs a s th e only sensible, sa tis fn rto ry a n d fa ir se ttle m rn t' of d lf - f rren c cs betw een oMployer a n d ploye."

fK W -B L U R S" IN PEACE'I 'luis I t wa.<i prumtocd th a t the

32.000 m em bers of th e union p loyril l)y ncw.ijmiXTs wouict n o t itrlko o r stop produotlnn, a n d tlm t

■alcoUoua p e o p lf m ake (h e handling e t p a t l f n te w ith va ry ing degr^ea of

" 'f lo ig t , if n o t ImpoMlblfl, loe ill th e ir d ro ra tie d

pe riods th e p a tie n ts a re ex cM ln g ly m o u rn fu l, th e y m u st be guarded a g a in s t h a rm to o th e rs a n d again st

m eans frequen tly a co n stan t A tte n d an t, t>artlculary In InstU n. U ons w here p a tie n ts a re n o t p r o tw - ed by th e ir aurround ings,

T raa tm eM o f a ll fo rm s o f m e n ta l d is tu rb a n ce Include* t h e 'b e s t pos­sib le 'hyg ieoa , wlUi re s t , exercise, b a U u : uae of p ro p e r aedaUve d r u p ; d s n l o p n m t o f a n occupa tion to the m n m l oondiuon; xt ahouid be undenioOd. how ever, U ia t these patients do n o l te n d to com plete re- povary a n d t h a t frequen tly , having le f t a n In sU tu tion , th e y a re com ­p ile d to return.

iN e a lt I M ih ls e ^ m ila o r da .

Cooperative Gives G ranso 's P rogram

B in iL , .Ian. 0 ttip ec la l)—T |ie Oo- operative O il com pany sponsored th e prog ram a t . th e m oeU ng of th e f iu lil O ran ge recen tly a t th e c ity hall. Bari Jo n m , s r r re ta ry of Uie o il com ­pany, arrniigect a n d a n n ounced th e num bern a f te r Uie reg u la r QrafM e bualiieas. >

'nici D urk fam ily .of K im berly opened th e iirug ram w ltb aaveral o r- c h e iira nuinl>orN. M r. a n d M rs. Jo n ts gave a sk it . M m. Jonea plN «d* a iilcilley .qr snveA l O hrU tm as ecngs on tlHi m ualrnl nkwa, M r, Jo n e s ^ave a ta lk Oil th e b en aflta o f th a oo- opertitlvn to tlio farm er.

M r. D u tk a n d h is d a u g h te r a n d U r, a n d Mm. Jnnea p u t cd a tw o-ac t play en tiled -T h e O ra n g e G o at." H e- fre shm enU w ere eerved by O range,

A n Id ah o p roducts d in n e r will be advved by tile O ra n g e a t th e r l t / h a ll a t noon J f i i , \9 . Im m e­dia tely lolUiwlng th e d in n e r th e a n ­nua l liin tallatton of o ffice rs w ill tn held.

Public ForumContrlbutloas Z roa rsad c s wHaaasd.

Letter* should d«al wlUt n a M cs o l g n - lotarcaL U atter should no t «t«&d lore than Mo worts, aod peefwablr

should be o o n riw l to m Ko eoaM bu- uons co&sld«r«i unlsas slgaid. bu t m l- UaU wiu ba tisad U spactlltaUy quested. AU eootnbuUons ahnqM be d r tm d to Cdltqr Idabo Bvsmag Ttmss

* subm itted tbiougb ths

B E ID G E E WASNTT l iB S T E d ito r. E vening Tim es:

By req u e st o f M n . Jo h n H ayea, I w ish to c o rrec t a false a t a tm e n t in reg a rd to th e discovery of th e S ou th Pass, W yom ing, a n d o f S a l t L ake, U tah .

T ak in g m y ite m dlrec tiy fro m a b iography of M anuel U sa , I sa id t h a t J a m e s B ridge r w as th e f i r s t w h ite m a n to see e ith e r of th e abgyp Placea. W ith o u t stnpplng to . question th e sU te m e n t a n d su p ­posing th e b iog rapher knew w h at h e w as w ritin g about, 1 repeated it.I shou ld have know n b e ^ r . Jam es S tu a r t, w ho a c c o m p a n i f tT ^ As to­r i a n s in to Id a h o in 1811 w as th e f i r s t to see S o u th P ass, a n d E sca­lan te , th e S p a n ish 'ezplofer, w as th e f i r s t w h ite m a n to see S a lt lA ke.

I a p p re c ia te being rem inded of m y mlst&kes. a n d know ing you r w ill­ingness to c o rrec t false s ta tem ents,I a m -asking t h a t you publish m y le tte r in you r Pub lic Fo rum col­um n , p lease.

Y oura very sincerely, " (M RS.) NA OM I R . M A R'HN

Rogereon, J a n . 3.

A SK S CAM PAIGN TO OCX ^ T -B H O SPITA L

E ditor, E ven ing T im es:A ny h u m a n being suffering w ith I acUve case o f tuberculosis is n o t

only a liab ility to th e race in g e n e n l b u t a d irec t th r e a t to th e h e a lth of any pe rso n w ith w hom h a comes in c o n ta c t a t ' a n y tim e. T h is se ­rio u s rnm m tiTitrahlwdisc rim ina to ry a s to race, colcr, ao- clal position , ‘ education , rtU glous f a i t h o r o th e r fac to ta b u t s trikes w here i t l is te th . N atu re in th a p ro ­fu n d ity o f h e r law s m ig h t say to any of u s , "Y ou a re n e x t r

O u r m o st p ro found th in k e rs te ll s . t h a t h e a lth of body a n d m ind ,

w h eth er of th e indiv idual singly, or of com m un ity groups, o r a n a tio n ; is Uie m o s t p rec ious of possessions. . C erta in ly i t is a na tio n al p nA lem to r id o u r c oun try o f tb e O re a t W h ite P lague. ■

T h e m o st i ln p o r ta n t w ork of a n o therw ise v c r ^ b a rren session of th e Id a h o leg is la tu re w as th e a p ­p ro p ria tio n o f . a c e r ta in cum of m oney to be m a tched by a federa l a p p ro p r ia tio n to b u ild a T - B ' hos­p i t a l Now f o r som e reason , w ith w hich th e com m on people a re only rem otely concerned, th e G o rem o r th in k s h e a a s i t th e re in th e c ap - Itol a n d l a th is oppogtunlty pass.

I b e l i e f th e m o st i n l p O r ^ t clvle body iiv/4daho today is th e P a re n t- T cachers ' a ssK la tlo n , W ill you a s a

J ta k e some im m edia te a c tio n In your com m un ity to force th e p o lit­ical fac tio n s blocking th is h u m a n l- ta riu m w ork to h u rry and bu ild th is

Cliristmag Rtish a t Buhl M akes Record-----

BUHI], J a n . 0 (Special)—D uring th e ChrbiU nas ru sh tb e outgoing a n ^ th e Incom ing m a ll a t th e B uh l jx is t- offlco exceeded th a t o f th e p a s t five years . T h e ru sh exceeded the figures o t la s t year, by ab o u t ttOO.P o u r e x tra he lpers w ere required a t th e office.

D ecem ber 72 w as th e biggest day w ith a caiicellaU on of 11,'ne. *1116 day preced ing , th e cancella tions num bered 10,254.

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Stgte President ofO rder Visits Lodge

/ ---------------------------------- ----------------Prim rose Rebekah lodge m em bers honored th e ir assembly

president, Mrs. A udrey F arn lum , K etchum , a t a banquet arranged last evening a t th e M ethodist chu rch parlors. F o rty persons w ere present.

D inner was served a t tables lighted w ith pink tapers and trim m ed w ith cedar on bands

, o fj)in k to curry out th e lodge colors.

M rs. Parnluni was In lroduccd by M m . Cora McRlll, tOasUnaslcr for the

The guest o f iioiior ad - tlrea-.ed ilie group and o th e r spenkers were M rs. B t^e Wiilkln.s, p a s t os-

■ scmbly president; M rs. E lla Cliosc. n.ucmbly m usician. a n 4 M rs. C lara P a rks, p resident o f llic P ast Noble G rands club.

M rs, P a rks presented a e 'f l to Mr.s P a rn lu tn on bchalt of tlic orBanlwi' tlon and Mrs. E ila Long guve a token to M rs. Cliiiic- D uring Uic a fla lr H aw aiian u;lcctlon.s were played by M r. and Wr.s. M. W. C arter.

T lie lodge m eeting followed tlic d inne r and Included liu ta lla tlo n of{iTnm s a t u o a I 't i iov.-n i nn:----------

• M rs, Fa rn lum aa s ta te p residen t w as Im taD lng officer a n d w as a s ­sisted Ijy Mrs. H ilda T a rr. deputy presiden t; Mrs. A nnette Malinkeii, deputy m arshal; M rs. E ffle W ut- klna. deputy w arden: Mrs, -Evelyn D rnnlng , deputy secre tary ; Mra.C lara FarLs, deputy trea su re r; Mrs.M yrtle Ballantyne, dc]>uty chup- 1am. and M rs. ' Clarice W olters.Kuurdlnn.

T liose taking olflco were Mrs.M n id e Seal, noble g rand , succeed­ing Mrs. Jcs.slc V ance; Mrs. Segrld Sm ith , vice noble gr(»nd; M rs. iClla C hase, recording ' .sccrcm ry; Miss J-.UI Drlskell. financia l .secrctnry; Mrs.VloAi Rahie.s. trea su re r; Mrs, E ^ ia Block, w arden; Mrs, M ary Mills, con ­ductor: Mr.s, M able Young, outside g ua rd ian ; Mrs. O race Parsons, in side gunrdlun; Mrs, A nnette M ahn ken, r ig h t supporter lo tlic jiable g m n d ; Mrs, H attie t in s , Ic it uup- l» r t« r to the noble g ran d : M rs. £f- He W alklns, r ig h t suppo rte r to th e

- vice g rand ; M rs. M yrtle BalUuityne Je /l supjxirlcr lo in c Jioble grand .Mr.s. Ooldle C hapm an, choplain .

T liosc serving on Hie cotnm ltlee In char?e of th e d ln iw r a rra n g e ­m e n ts were M rs. E lla Cogswell, Mrs,B a lla n d ’ne a n ^ M rs. E velyn D en ­n ing .

WEOEN,ByiEyOlasBOB S ta s t Ja n . 6 and

A t N o rth Side, O assia .OommunitieB

SUN VALLEY CAPTURED BY SWEVGY ‘BIG APPLE'

Djuigliter of Union Pacific President ' Is Now One of Most Ardent Devoteeff

M U SIC PRESEN TEl)A T CHAPTER MEETING. M embers of C h a p te r AI, P. E. O. S ls ttihood , heard a m usica l pro- grarrt la s t evening a t th e m eeting he ld a t tlic hom e of M rs. R , P.

- P o rry . Tlie m unbers were In troduc­ed by Mrs, M arga re t Peck, who a r ­ranged It.

Miss Lucille iN orrc ll played two plnno Bolos; -Hubert P eck presenUtd n saxophone num ber and two plnno selccllons and accom panied a tap dance by Miss Lcpnore St^^wart,

D uring the evening th e b irthday of M rs. E. B.^Wllllnms w as c e lrb ra t- ed a n d the group presen ted h e r w ith a gift. T he biislnes.s m eeting was conducted by M rs. W ilbur Hlll. .-

nl•^re.shlnl■nt.'^ w ere served by Mr;i. P a rry . ,O recn.

D R ID G E CLUB A RRA N G ES SH O W ER

Ew nld Schw artz c n U rU ln ed rs o f th e T . A. C. club a t he r

hom e la s t evening a n d following th e gam es a show er waa given for M rs. B ud W adsw orth . TJie g ifts were prc-scntcd In a p ink a n d ^b luc baikeU

Prizes a t bridge w in t to M rs. Clel McDowell a n d M rs. W adsworUi. A t m id n ig h t a su p p e r w as Served on tab les llghU d by, p ink tapers In w hite ho lders a n d s e t w ith p ink a n d w hite crystal.

O ocsts w ere M rs. W olter Doss, a n d M rs. L am ond S liu rtlc ff .

if.BU SIN E SS SESSIO N A TTEN D ED BV CHAPTER

R ou tine business o c tjpled the m eeting of C h a p te r D. P . E. O. S ls^ trrhood , la st even ing a t Uie hom e of -M iT !rr>rL-C tgrk:-M r3.- WrO r-6 a m p - .son, p residen t, In c harge o! Hjc ses-s lon .'

D uring th e social h o u r re f re sh ­m en ts were served by M rs. C lark and h e r a.viLstflnt hostesses, M rs. D. R. Young. M rs. C. D. I rw in a n d M rs. A. R. Scott. •

‘ * *CA RD 8 EN TER TA IN M EM BER S O F CH A PTER

M em bers of C i ia p te r ^ O , P . E. O. Sisterhood , were en te rta in ed la s t evening a t th e hom e of M rs, W. H, E ldrldgc a n d a f te r Uie business ses­sion si>ent th e rem ainde r of the eve­n in g a t card s. R efreshm en ts were .served by th e hostess.

. ■¥ * * 1NST.ALLATION CONDUCn-El) HV G RO U P

Follow ing ft luncheon m em bers of D a n M cCook circle. Ladles of the G ra n d A rm y of th e Republic, con­du c ted n n ln .sU llatlon of officers yc.?lcrday a fte rn o o n a t Legion M e­m o ria l ha lt. T w en ty m em bers a n d th ree guests. M rs. C lara W Irth, G ooding, departm ej^ t sen ior vice p res id en t; ‘M rs. J t la r g a r e t E H ansen , a d e p a r tm e n t ofHcer, S a la th lc l E as t, were p resent.

T h e business session was con pd by M rs. JU va Law son and Mrs. B e r th a C lyde w as in stalling officer. T hoso ta k in g office wCre M rs. M a­bel Jo hnson , p residen t; M rs. L aw ­son, sen io r vice presiden t; Mrs. C ora M urphy , Jun io r vice p residen t

By J . P , G A LLA G H ER SUN VALLEY. J a n . 6 (Specia l)—

T he Big Apple h a s ta k e n th e valley F irs t a id class a t E den wlTl s ta r t by .storm, and everj; n ig h t th e re Is n

Ja n . 6 a n d a s im ila r c lass a t Burley, [swinging, rollicking circ le In* the u nder sponso rsh ip of th e Burley i Ram ahd the D uchin room "sh ln ln ', tir e d e p a rtm e n t, wjlj .^ tart Ja n . 7 .1 injckJji', swtagJnV' e tc. E ileen Je f- It w as a n n ounced today by I^arolii I fers. daughter of Uic U nion Pacific C. M oeller. Red Cros.s f i r s t a id In -(p res id e n t. liiv.<! becom e one of the s tru c to r on tlie .W PA s a f e t / p r o - ! m ast a rden t devotee.s o f th e new g ram u n d e r th e s ta te d e p a ttm cn t nf ir raz e . as htis M arg O ’B rien of S a lt education . I Laitp c ily . And th e y ’ve become

T h e E d en group will m eet n t Uiei.Mgnally adept h igh school. M eeting ploce for t h e ! Versatile O reh es tr*Burley c lass h also a t th e h ig i i , x i ia t Bavnrian o rch e s tra th a t school, BlUiough th is m ay be chniij;- g races the Rntn m ay never ha\'c ed. D ates fo r th e lO-.sesslon courses | been farther cast th a n th e Bton>;,

. . . ib u t they a r r fcrta ln Jy accompJl.s)irri, ‘"u-^*clans, f\nd ver.sntile beyond

:?• 7, com pare. X^nce In num ber, they11, 13, 17, 31. 25. 27 ,^ 1 , Peb, 1 ond i do th ings u itii a v iolin , a n accor-

■ ' d lon and a g u ita r -th a t ore very edl>-T liero a re no fees fe r e ith e r class. ■ fying. They were se re n ad in g J . W.

O nly c ^ I.S th e purchase price of jg tudcbnker H I la s t n ig h t, p laying uio te x t Dook, 60 ceiTts. M oeller said. I nii hU reque.Ms, a n d we, ensconced

S U n d a rd flr.it a id certif ica te s w i l l 'a t th e adjoining tab le over a p la te be a w arded to tho.se flnbliU ig th e .o f H ungarlnn goulash , enjoyed a e x ^ in a t lo n s succe.ssfully. T l i o y ' concert th n t em braced O h S usan- ho ld ing s ta n d a rd • certif ica te s - 'u t imh, Rom any Airs, tw o Of Chai- D resen t will be aw arded advanced kosky’s Rhap'^odles, V a- T lenollta , c ertifica te s. j.;i„ prosIt, nn a ria from A lda, and

s to m p in 'a t the Savoy. U po n -e n d ' in i? y ~ p in r~ thC a l e n d ^

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Mr.s, H azel G ardner, trea su re r; M rs. Ire n e W clldcr. se c re ta ry ; M rs. Ida Sw eet, c h ap la in ; M rs. N ora Paloon, pn trlo tlc In stru cto r; '4»Irs. Addie M 6ore, reg is tra r : M rs. M artha S m ith . condui:to r: M rs .' C ly d e ,'a s ­s is ta n t con d u cto r: M rs. N ora Zach- a ria s , g u a rd ; M rs. M ao Beam , as- s ls ta m g tia rd : M rs. P ea rl Riley, re ­p o r te r . ’

TliD .social- m eeting will be held J a n , 28 a t th e hom e of M rs. Law

A elrem a club wljl m eet day a fte rn o o n w itii M rs. J W hile.

if. j f If.M aroa W om an 's club Is to

m eet T liu rsday aften icw n a t the hom e of Mra, A nna M cGee.

Meniberfi o f Miss B lake’s C am p P lrc g roup a re asked to m eet a t h e r hom e T liursday a f­te r school.

> { ■ ¥ . *A scension E plsropal guild will

m e et T liu rsday a t 2:30 p. m. a t th e hom e of Mr.s. D. Pryor, 161 E ig h th avenue no rth ,

¥ * ¥T lie regu la r m eeth ig of the

P re sb y te ria n Ludle.s’ Aid soci­e ty will be hold T liu rsday a t 2:30 p, m . in th e Id ah o Pow qt. com pany aud ito rium .

3f SfM eeting of th e Sa lm on Social

club will be he ld T h u rsd ay a f ­te rn o o n a t “Die hom e of Mrs, Ben H enson, 535 F o u r th avenue east.

if. 3/. If.P a s t Presldent.s' club of ihe

Ladles of th e G ra n d Arm y will m eet F r id a y - a t 2 p . .m . a t the hom e of Mrs- M aude M etca'lt in E den . E lection o f officers will bo conductcd.

I Notre Dam e Victory M a rc h to add the sentim ental* touch fo r S tu d e- haker, ond they did, a ll perform ed w ith g rea t eclon and f in ish . . .

Poor Steve H itnnagan . publicity pu r\’cyor suprem e, le f t S u n V alley w ith a sligh t wince, due n o doub t lo the ride he s ta rted on a ho rse tin o the r day, a hor.se th a t B teve m ain- tulned was equipped w ith accordion lilcats. fo r no .sooner h a d Steve m ounted w hen horse In fla ted a n d ilftllBtod, placing H an n a g an o lirotrudlng p leat th a t th rew him into a gelandespruiig o ff th e equine and Into a deep pile o f 8 u n Valley's chief commodity . . .

RyilSTODAYAll th ree Q lrl Reserve c lubs in

Tw in P a lls high school he ld reg u la r

I l ls Is a g rea t a re a up here , b u t ta ln ly one of c ra ry con tra sts .

were w ith G ene V an G uilder. :lng before th e firep lace In ihc

lobby of th e H otel S a in t Georg, t a t o c la s t, w hen in walketl a

rltl7.ni \fijo w as qu ite obvlou.sly a f- lllctod w ith som eth ing of a cold. )ver he cam e to engage us In chat, ,iKl before he proceeded, th is Indl- Idunl, rlftd In typ ical cowboy

fiushlon from h lgh -hce lcd boots to lO -h tre chapeau , w hose face fuzz had escnped a S ch ick for a t least four days, pu lled o u t p piece of ^ le n u 'x if you plea.se, to m in iste r to

ils nose . .

OUfls H om lw rs S eek Rolos In M ystery P rodno tion

S la ted Fob. 1 6 -1 7

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•SMQ;durliiK th e tvfo^dny ski week was th e w ay In w hich W aller PniKer, boyUh coach of D artm outli. c a red for a n d nourlshw l l ib bo>’s. He ln.^L' ted on w axing all ih e ir skis him self. He accom panied tlicm along th e side llne.s In a ll events, even Uiklng .short-cu ts to m eet tliem a t < lllferent polnUs n long^ the n lne - n ilK crass-country race, to encour- n se them and sp u r th em on. And he WHS alw ays a t th e f in ish tense as Qfluld be. crouching down a n d llte r - nlly draw ing m ore o u t of them w ith

'loqutm l g ru n ts one could

Tr>'-outs for tlie Ju n io r c lass play lo be pre.scnted Fob. 16 a n d 17, were scheduled for th is a fte rn o o n a fte r school and Uie rem a in d e r o f the week, it was announced by Class P residen t Jame.s Hawley.

All Juniors w ith accep tab le grades a re eligible to try o u t, u sing from flve ,to 10 lines of a n y play of tlieir selection.

Coached by MLss F lorence Rees. Uie production will be of the dram atlc -m yste ry type , w ith Uie ' c tlon to b<» announced la te r .

F inal selreUon of th e e a s t- is -e x - ted ' to be com pleted by F riday

w ith th e announcem en t o f c h a rac ­te rs |jto be m ade som e tim e nex t

Girl Reserves'Magic Valley ^District

Tlie lina T ollefson * n d Miss K ath lb en Povey are td v ls e ra to Uie Jun ior class.

liim gljie . ._.'s t r f i n n '’'s to rS ^

C arl H oste ler and h is cu te freckle- faced wife, H elen, h av e re lu m e d to S u n Valley to stay th e w in te r and lire to bo H fflllaled w ith J a c k L ane 's genera l store. C arl iiaa hun g up r a th e r an enviable sk iing record In th e Sea ttle counlry , and now th a t h e lia s 'em b rac ed Idaho , h e becomes by v irtue of adoption , one of Idaho 's b e tte r .skiers . . . .

And P. B . C a rte r Ls the late.st a d - d lllon lo th e doctor’s reg is ter, hav - InK badly (u rned h is ank le on P roc ­to r mounUiln. H e Is a likely youth

I from Slaailord. '

lERIlME tONIESI PESMRDED

ROiffllCES

Buhl-Girl’s N uptials Told by P aren ts

BU H L, Ja n . 5 (a |> e c la l) -M r, mid M rs. 'G eo rge M cD onnell

nO Y 'K E IG H T H B IR T H D A Y MARKED

O ene K elly 's e igh th b irthday was celebnitod la s t evening a t a party

by M rs. K enyon | g iven by h is m other, Mr.s. L. P.I K elly A fter d in n e r th e group was

■'e n te r ta in ed a t gam es!'O uest-s wertf W iirren W eaver. W ayne W eaver, U llf H ech tne r. Pat.sy ftelly and G ene Kelly.

Joyce K elly a.s.ilsted' In serving.

I<UNCHEON PLANNEl)BY W AYtjlDE MKMHEHK

At yeaterday’.s m eeting 6f ihe W ayslae club m em bers iianieil Jun. IS a s tlie da te for a po t-h ick lun c h ­eon lo be a ttended a t Uie liome of M rs. C arrie Jones. M em bers m r f a t th e home of Mrs. C. J . O lvrti, who wu.'i ai-Hlsted by M rs, Pace luul Mrs. H enry Choniplln.

T he alternooii's |iro«riim of gum ci tind s tun ts WHS .]iresi'nlea by Mrs, L. C. Joucs and Ihi- bu^lnl•^s w-.-

oiulucled by Mrs. HrankH rr.',

re ltcsh -

L ike M ickcy M ousePl-JUTH, A uatralla (URI—Mickey

louv<' Is becom ing a verltabh.hg the /age.'

lilorer M leluiel T erry , from Wi A usirulla, repo rts Unit a fte r U king Ills eainel boy to see a Mickey Mouse film a t K algoorlle. the boy retu rned to hl.i tribe , executed th e Mickey Mou. r (Inner' htrp.s loicl they Imme- illa lr ly wenr ln('urp<iritted Into a new tillia l dance.

th e - m arriag e of th e ir daughter, Florence , to R obert Leary, son* of M rs, iU a ry of B rem erton , W ash. T he w edding service w as read Dcc.

^18 In S e a ttle a t th e P lym outh C on­grega tiona l church .

T h e bride wore a w ine .street d ress w ith m aU -hlng accessories and c a r ­ried a bouquet, of ta lism an roses. She w as a tten d e d by h e r slstor. Mlss Anna^;,McDonnL'll of Boise. Ja m es Sei^ks of ik-attlc w as ^»e best m an . Only rela tives a n d clo.se friends w ere pre.scnt fo r the cerc^nony,

T h e brJtJe wns ^fradijjijcd tro m Ute Buhl h ig h school a n d from th e S e ­a ttle genera l ha sp lta l. B;ie lia s been lumliig fo r th e p a s t year a t th e Cennlcott, Ala.sku. Jiaspltal,

T h e bridegroom w as g rad u a ted rom th e college of |iilne;i a t I 'u ll nan. W ash., unfl . for lievcral year;

wijs M iiHTliitendent of th e Hreme; O i^ l M lnhig com pany h i Alaska.

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W h eth e r you .wnnt to look fash lon-rlH ht and nm art uIk>iiI th ' iK imr. o r n r a t and trim for a slntji p ing tr ip In tow n—Uils rap tlvu lln i JItllr' frock will m iil r l i tw ,fo r never wan lliero a m ore versa,

.t i le nKKlel th a n P a tte rn UMOl 'I'aki you r t'holeo of n po lnU d yoke to p ­ped by a yo iiih fu l rn llu r o r a fliil' le rln ii dliigoiini rloning th a t 's hlHhligh ted by Uireo eye-eatMilhK but to n s - a n d huv r your iilreves rlthe . long o r sh o r t. Y ou're (lurr lo find p a t te r n U535 »q rnny to m ake, I you 'll w an t to «tllch up both v A htt A aitil U /„ , sinynU ietle, lilpa.-u, im nllk. o r sheer >vt>ol| C oniplelo (lUigraiiinied M ail- an M urllii sew ( h u r t tnehided

I’a l le r n 0R3O m ay be on lered only In m isses a n d women’s slf.es H , in, III. 2(1, :U. 3 f 30, 40 nnd 4'i /lire in rr(|iilrca 3 S yards 35 Inch fnb- rlo,

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te rp re l Uin l a i d A fternoon frocks, iw r ly atyJpfl. in n r m k ) l ln u h y . niul Ja u n ty sj>orU to g s - to s ty iiothlnii

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B ena y « i r order U> id Jh o EveningI J'l llrrn l>epuitineiil, 'J

JEROM E. Dcc. 5 - { S p ec la D - L argely-atiendcd fu n e ra l services were held here a t th e P resby te rian church Sunday Jor M rs. M ary D le n Lewis, wife of E dgar Lewis, w ho succum bed la st week a t th e fam ily home.

Rev. Albert, E M arU n of th e Jerom e M cthodbt c h u rc h o ffic i­ated.

mixed Q uartet com posed of E lbert Rlcc. Mr.-;. M. F . Sheldon.Mrs. K. 0 . I>!alland a n d H aro ld B. R oberts ■ sang •"Tlie L ord Is M>- — Shepherd," and "N ot D ead B u t Sleeping,"' accom panied by M rs.Lee MoVey. • t > '

Pa llbearers were BUI M l i a m , Carl W agner, N, A. Spo ffo rd ; A rthu r Hesslcr, Ray Mann- a n d H en ry B lue. In term e n t wns u n d e r th e direc tion of th e Wiley fu n e ra l hom e w ith burial In Jerome cem ctery.

T here weiT m any flow ers given tribu te and the L adles of th e Moose a ttended in a body.

Buhl I 'a s to r S ta r ts .15-W cck C am paiifn

m n iL , .Pim. S (HiHTlfOl - i l i r ■’C hrU t CeiitiTed C’ru.iude" i)rogniin was lirgim Himdiiy evening a t ih e lliihl C ljrlstla ii chu rch , by Itev. J , )J. H arden , pastor. F o r IB weeks a ll th e H unday m tin ih lg a n d Sunday n ig h t services will be b u ltt n round them.- of "C lirlsl,''

N ext Hunday lh« se in io ii will he "T he C hris t of B e th lehem a n d N ur a re lh ." ttunday by H unday ovury liiv p o rta iit Ini'lilent In C hrln t's life will be ( rmslitered. T h e lOth week 11: sub ject will 1h* "T he O lirlst o f (h -l t seiiiane" »hen "T he C h ris t of I 'lliite .. Jiulgiiu-nt H ull," -T h e C h ris t of i|t(tC n m ,.......n>c C h r is t of th e E m ply'I'omb,......I’he C h ris t o f TiHlity" andH ir i nw irle will AjhJI JO wJtJj"T he t:hrlrit o f th e Hecond Com ln«.", i :h ih fn l(-«chlng will bn th e basin

of ilir tiund iiy n ioriiliig niesiiuges, iind Ihe iictual rv e n ts of Christ'* life vjlll Jirovldn Uin « iu d lf f fo r th e MiiudiU n igh t rerm oiis .

E nrollm ent Is O pen For R u p e r t C lass

R U P K Itr. J a n . 5 (S pecia l)—A n- nounc(;meut Is m ade by th e teacher. M rs. M. A. U asm assoii, also licad of the Rupert O oneral hosp ita l,, th a t the clas.'t hi hom e n u rsing a n d h y ­giene Is Atlll 0|>en fo r enrollm ent, ■niv cour.se Is siKinsored by the Minidoka county c h ap te r lied Crns.s.

The chiM ineeU each M onday nd Thiii-MlHy a t a p. in . nnd has ,11 eurollnieiit of .7f>. L ectures and raetlcal de n ionstrallons In th e h(i a re of the hick a rc given a t ei

session. 'I'he plmio of m eeting Is changed (hls week from (h>! e room of llin i<iunty courthous(v 4o the hnspinil w here certu ln denion- striitlons may bo given morn e f­fectively.

T he cluM lujw In Its th ird week. Thosti wUhlngHo enro ll should con - Mi)l Mi/i. M. A. Hn.vgiJHMOJ) n t iJifi hosplhil or Mrs. 1-'. H- K enagy a t lie r home, 11 Is s la te d , Ilo ^ i m ay l>n renchrd tiy phone.

Vocalist, Speaker On U.S. Broadri'astT oday's broadcasb. from

P a lls high school fea \u red m ) R lch a rd s-a s-v o c alls t a n d Bei b e rt OS speaker.

M iss RIcliarda WUh M rs. S). P uvall as h e r accom pan is t p re ­

se n ted selections to open the p ro ­g ram and a g a in following th e ta lk by M r. T olbert on "Y outh a n d A m er

R oland H u tch inson w as a nnouncer a n d closed tJie b roadcast w ith a few b rief r e m a rk .

B I O SfflOOLSen io r studen ts a re conducting

survey am ong tlie lr m tm bors and th roughou t th e .-ichool to a id in d e term in a tio n of the g if t to be given T w in F a ils h igh school by the cla.ss of 1038.

F inal'd ec is ion a fte r repo rt on f ind ings will be m ade a t- a cla-ss m eeting soon a fte r the beg inn ing of Uic second sem ester.

Reei-eaiioii Meet Is Set for Boise

F o u r recreation workers from thli section of Idaho today iiad been de signated to a tte n d the . s ta le c o n ­ference o f ,th e group which will be h e ld In Boise J a n . 17 to 19, both d a tes Inclusive. H Utecn o th e r w ork, e rs from over th e s ta te as well an 12t In terested Individuals will a tten d .

T ho \e selected from soulh c en tra l Id ah o Inchidr Don HpaiiHv, a.M lslnnt s ta te d lrec lo i; Tw in Fallr-; Oeorgi Minlth, Tw in I 'lills; Kriiia Gold, W endell; M aig iiret H ardy, Hurley.

Yule D ecora tion E n tr ie s Qet R atings A fte r H oliday

O om peti^on

JERO M E. Ja n . 5 (SpfclaD —^ ylth th e ending of tlie Y ule decoraU on contest here the follow ing prizes were awarded.

F irs t prize fo r th e b est in te rio r decorated room visible th ro u g h a window from s tre e t w en t to Mrs. J . O. Lee, 17^0; sccond, M rs. A rthu r Pyle, »5; th ird to t o s . F loyd Bcd- dall, X2.&0.

Best ex terio r d e co ra tion , first,Irs. L. 0 . Hawley, ■»7J0; second.:rs. Leo McVey, »5; th ird , M rs, Roy

D, Sm ith , 12.50.T lic biislne.« d is tr ic t p r i m were

aw arded to th e S lm ons-W hlte A p­p liance Co.. first, *150; Bccond. The V ogue;-th ird . Show ers Ice a n d Cold Storage, rccclvlng th ird to r th e in ­te rio r window of relig ious figures *2,80, . .

H onorable m en tion w e n t to th e follow ing; R. E. S hepherd , Mrs. T ony H aberm an hom e a n d th e Fred C. R eed hom es.

Judges In th e con test were Rev.. W osterkam p, L u th e ra n pastor.

M rs. Aloys H of and M rs. J a c k W eb­s te r . T lie C ham ber o f Com merce^and th e ciW c club wfaJi to th a n k the Judges fo r th e ir a s ils ta n ce , I t was Btated.

At • th e Blue TVlangle m eeting M arjorie Ja n e R&lpin gave a re ­port on th e w ork of th e service com m ittee ' and Oiye Mao K n igh t, chairm an of th e cam p com m ittee, repo rted on th a t group 's actlvlUea.

D uring th e program , h o u r Miss Florence Rees spoke on New Y ear U ioughts a n d M rs. J . D. B a rn h a r t spoke briefly.

A t Uie J . O. Y. m eeting B arbora Sutcllff, p residen t, was In charge during th e buslnes.s session a t w hich tim e a m eeting of th e rin g com ­m ittee for today a t 3;1S w as a n ­nounced,

Joyce K elley, program chairm an , presented th e p r ^ r a m on Uie learrl*^ Ing of the G irl Reserve code.

Flog snUiles were led by Shirley H utchinson - w ith -S h irley -T lio rn ton holding Ihe C hrlstliln f lag . lo la Siearn-v th e O ltl Reserve flag and Colleen G oodyear Uie f lag of the U nited-S tale*.------------------- ;-------- —

A questionnaire on e tiq u e t te wai filled oiU by each girl a n d th e a d ­viser. MLw V iolet A dam s, discussed problem s of social behavior.

Tills m eeting was concluded w ith m usical con test w ith H e lm P c rd ia l o l th e p iano.

A t th e m eeting of th e F resh m an group th e m eaning of th e O lr t R e­serve codc was explained w ith a girl tak ing on each of Uie tw elve points, spelling ou t th e w ords O lrl Reserves. T liosa pa rtic ip a tin g In explanaU on

M ary J e a n S h ipm an, V irginia Allen, E leanor W all. M ary Lou O llb, M a rian P a h a n . J u d y Jones, M arjorlfl Laal», H elen T Jiom aj, l a - D ean Stokes, Ju n e D aniels. F lorence Ram age a n d Bette- Sparks.

Miss RuUi U cM anlnrte, d is tric t secretary , sum m ed u p th e p rog ram wlUi a sho rt ta llf on th e O . R . slo­gan and Itfi purpose.. T he F rcslim an group concluded its

m eeting w ith a social h o u r under Uie direc tion oI.L oreen Fu ller , p res­ident, •

fiPEmmW ELLUNDEiAY

S tu d en t O om m itteef W ork On J)etallfl F o r ‘A

N au tical Knot’

P rep ara tions fo r th e T w in F^U* h l g h - s ^ o o r ^ n n u a l opere tta j» e r« well underw ay today as s tuden t com ­m ittees w orking on details s ta rted to function .’ ,

F e a tu rin g an A m erican navy Uieme th is year's offering, to be pre« sen ted du ring Uie week of J a n . 31, wlU be "A N autical K qot,” ■. - v .^ m m lttc e s .' selected and " a n - ’ nounced by th e music aljp0tVlsor, Loyd n io m p so n , are:

S U ge, V em eal Hallicock. • J im tU K O y -F tr r ls 5w cei;“ Biid-^WMfc“ C onner: sccnes, Alda Dooley: M ary Alice W ebb. A niU W oodhead, a n d H ate l H udelson; advertising. E arllne

■ M f f a a y r C f j r o m n e y r s h in e r 'V B H - H am m. K ath leen Dodd a n d PeggieS tan to n .

Miss R u th M cM anlm lc, M agic val­ley secretary , will spend a ll day T liursday a t K im berly for a cabi­n e t council. She will bo assis ted in he r conference* b y ^ r s . Ix)ul» D en­ton , adv iser to th ^ K lm b e r ly glrU.

R U PER T AWARDS MADER U PER T , J a n . 8 (SpectaD —Prizes

In tho C hris tm as deco ra tio n con­te st, sponsored by th e Ju n io r C ham ­ber of Com m erce, a ssisted by o th e r clubff a n d civic o rganlaztlons o f the tow n w ere aw arded a s follow s' f irs t to M r. a n d M rs. P a u l A French ; second to M r. a n d Mrs. A lbert H . Lee a n d th ird to M r. and Mrs. Ja m es H cnsen.

T lie n ia rr lg g e a n d b ir th r a te s of Q ig la n d a re increasing, w hile the d e a th ra te Is decreasing, accord­ing to sta tis tics .

Jii Rites Honor ictim of Blaze

FuncrnI s e rv l c f T ^ P H aro ld Wll- in, 33, w ho died W ednc.sday a t the

T w in Falls h o sp ^ al from firs t degree burns, were held S un d ay afternoon from th e Buhl C h ris tian chu rch w ith ftcv, 3. D, H a r te n , pasto r, reading th e service.

A cjuartet compo.sed of M rs. F rank M orrlm an. B ryon' Rogers and Mr. 'and Mr*. Lloyd H arvey sang “Safe In the A rm s of Je sus" and "How JJe au - tlfu l H eaven M ust Be.” Mr. and Mrs. Em ory W oodruff sang a duct, "Only a Shadow B etw een." Mrs, E. M, Tomlinson- played Ihe piano ac»- com panln icn t.

P a llbeare rs were D onald D uncan. O rvall ' *Sllnlon, Horac«» T urner, C heste r I^oh, M erlo G off and Carl R oland. .^ In te rm en t was m ade In the B uhl rem ete ry , u nde r th e dlrec- lion of E vans a n d Johnson .

W ibon wan fa tu lly bu rned when h is home a t tlin W. R. Hiilfleld ran c h n e a r B uh l b u r n e d to the ground T u ev lay rnornliiK .. Iln whs n tle inp llng to e x tln g u l 'h lhi< blare w hich s ta r ted In th e k llch rii when h is c lo th ing cuuglil flre'^jurnhig him severely.

W HAT CAUSES EPII^EPSY ? IS T H E R E A CURB?

A liooklct eoau in fiii the oplnloiu of.. .. fn i — --- -.--------- doctors OB u u i inutciU Bg lub-)Mt will be u n t rREE, wbUe t h i ; U tt, lo Bay reader w rltln i lo the KdneatloDkl DUlilon. ftSl r i t th ATAuo, New York,

Buhl 6 lr l Takes 1st. Place fo r 4 Y ears

BUHL. J a n . 6 ’ (S p c cla 'l l-B etty Shelton , da u g h te r o f Mr. and M rs. H . E . She lton of th e Deep Creek d istric t, fo r th e p a s t five y n f s th a t she h a s been ln /4 -H d u b w ork h a s been f irs t In . styling *und sewing for four of those years.

She placed th ird In th o northw est fo r an Inform al p a rty dress e n te r­ed a t th e In tem stlo n a J U vestode show a t P o rtland . R ecently sh s placed am ong th e fou r h ighest glrU in th e f ta te style show « t Lew is­ton . As a represen ta tive of so u th ­e rn Id ah o d is tric t she subm itted a 7&0-word record of he r five 'years’ ' w ork for Judging a t Lewiston.

M iss Shelton Is a Junior In th e ^ h l h igh shool. a m em ber -of th e tm t y S t ltth e rs . th e Deep Creek 4-H Sew ing club, s iie Is now ent<re(f In a con test sponsored by th e I n te r - naU onat H arvester people for keep­ing of fa rm recorcis In w hich th e f i r s t p rlre Is 1600 and the re i m a n y sm a lle r awards.

SPECIALPerm anents

(Complete) FTam

Shampoo and F inger Wave

D ried

5 0 c

- Helen O’Connor Beauty Sblip

KIMBERLY PHONE 41-W

M r. F arm erWe bought the Chns. W. Barlow Bean business 4 yearstiRo.Mr. Barlow has never had any fipuncial in terest in th is l)UHiiieu8, .We tllHpenacd w ith Mr. Barlo\y’fl perBonal services 8>/4 yearn bko. \ / "Tho bilHinesH fo r tho las t th ree years has been and still Ih under the personal m anagem ent of Quinn Wilson. We buy Bcaris d lrcc t from O row ers regard less of where stored a n d grow so il B uild ing Legum e Seeds fo r C om , Cotton and Tobacco O row ers below thp M ason DiJton Line.

The Chas. W. Barlow Co.431 SKoBhone SI. Houlh I’Kone 549

T ravels 18,000 M ilesCMtMKI-. ChI. (UI'i - - Mrn. Klsle

L lnrnln llenodlel ic re lved i> te lc- nll Iroui Hydnry, A u'.lrulla. the long way iiiimiul th e )« JiJdJu, KukIhiiiI. New 1(1 a c ro u (he I'oiilliiriit', a

of lU.OOO mllrn. ’Ilio call hail iirlKlunlly l>ren ninde I«r th e d lifc t I'omvpollon fpfjni Huhii-y here , liul II wan roulrcf Ihe o llin wuy. ehntKe wnA for the liir.l. th ree mhiiilen.

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Resolve to enjoy ■^e best beer—

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t h i a n g i .k p u o d u c k c o ., V. K , Mf<leo, llei).

r h o t i r Ippi fo r D ay a n d Nliiht Hervlee

January C learance Sale of

U S E D C A R SM any W ith W ritten G uarantee

m is I 'nrd V-H D rluxe T udur

$ 3 8 5loulli Hjwrt H rdan,

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$535 $xoo

TRUCKS

103G C lirv ro lrt I dcKir H rdan. I l r a t . tt, good rubber .

IU:)S C lirv ro lrt Hport ('nu|>r. H ot w a irr h e a te r,4 » ^ £ A (iood rond llim . * 4 5 "

1034 ro n lla o T o u r i» r hrdan , <in»d ruliber, hn( < w ater h r a lr r ■$4»5

I03S C hrv ro let Cuupe. H eater. <lu«4 rubh rr, good roiidUinn

lOU ClinvEoIrt < m ll ra tr . (Jood eondUlon .

1030 (;h r*ro1rt C o a rh . ' Nfw

1014 C h r tro le i C o a .h , (lood

1034 C hevro let U ion p ifh -up . r io M d c a b . Nrw fin ish

$350

11133 In tern a tio n al,Ion t>l<'h-up. Iteruiidt- Itoiird m otor. New (In- lib

$ 3 0 0

$ 3 ^ TRUCKSlOM r o rd IMrk-up. r a i r

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$»85lo ach .' Nfw

$165ID34 Fo rd V-S Coupe. H u t wa-

.......$350

192n Kora T udor.ru n s good .............IVZO I 'o rd <;«npe, f a i r rond illon .. inZO ( 'h rv ro U l Coach, tiood flii- Khll)2fl N ash Hcdan. N ew finish. Verjr good (oiidU lon . lo ts Dodge V lc (« tr All d an . K ilr a g i ^ ^ 1 0 0

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SPORTS WRITERS CONTINUE ROSE BOWL FEUD« • ¥ ¥ « ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ , ¥ ¥ ¥

30 Teams te See Action as 1938 Court Season Gets Under WuyEastern Experts Claim Bears Feared Fdrdham '

W es^rn e rs Scoff a t Any Idea T j^ t __ California Hafiffl’t ^ o n d e r Team’

B X .J IM E R JO H NSO NSA K FRA N CISCO ,.Jan. 6 (U.fi)—T he sports w rite rs feud

over th e Rose Bowl gam e continued today, and ed ito rs in th is te rr i to ry w ere not am used by post-season e f fo rts of New York correspondents to g e t th e la s t word m th e argum en t concerning U niversity of C alifornia’s choice o f A labam a in preference to P ittsb u rg h or F ordham .

This was th e situotjon from th e standpoint of San F ra n ­cisco w rite rs :

1 -n ia t C aU fom ia‘8 football p lay ­e rs w an ted P ittsbu rgh fo r an o p ^ n - c n t, a n d P l tte b u rjh was ta v t«d.F o r th ree days th e P a n th e rs he ld a R ose Bowl InvlU Uon b u t rioally tu rn ed I t down, along w ith o the r

B e tte r T h * » F o r d h a a a. H ia t A labam a waa Invited nex t

because th e h o n e s t opinion a t B erk­eley w as th a t th e ' T ide h a d a be tter

u ia n Fo rdham ; th a t Alabam a's ccmpetlUoD on tf ie . whole was toua ite r a n d keener th a n Fo rdham ’s, a n d i t w ould h av e looked a lltUe tUbr to Invite F o rdham . a team th a t b a d troub le beatin g S t . M ary'* 6-0 W te r O alU om ia waUoped th e G aels

- 80.7.9. l l i a t c e r ta in New Y ork sporU

v r t te ia w ere peeved because they d id n 't g e t . a ch an c e ‘s spend New Y ear’* a t “

UoitTeam "

observers on th e Los Angeles w rl t-

th e opinion th a t n«nfnrf iif , In be atin g A labam a, rea lly d id bave % ‘‘w ondes team ."

W in C ennoU r, w riting for th e S a n F ra n d sc o C h ro ilc le . sa id:

’ “1 sincere ly believe C alU om la w ould h av e b a d a n easier tim e w ith Fo rd b am th a n w ith resourceful Ala* ba m a, w blcb y e a r I n a n d y e a r ou t c o n p ^ in a m ore strenuous con- le ranoe th a n F o rd h a in does. Ala- b i i ^ Po ly o t A uburn, no g rea t

____s h t ) ^ In lU oTO league, b eat M ich­ig a n B t« te In th e O range bowl, a n iodlcatU m th a t even mediocre •o u tb M S tem Tootball Is faster tb u n ■M d m ld w e ite m o r AUantlc foot-

No N eoe«]ly n is e r e w as n o m onetary necessity

fg r O allforbl* to selec t A labam a to ttw R eee Bow l w ith B0,000 p e r-

1 ^ ' because o f A labam a's crowd 1 1^ a n d u n b e a te n record Pas< • d S a r ^ m U o m l a could have at> tr a c te d a s m any custom ers by play­in g tb e Bouth of M in n a S treet M arch in g a n d O bow der club."

T h e op inions of some spo rts w rit­e rs, tr an sm itte d to here from New Y ork , th a t o a lifo m la w u “a fra id ’ t o pick P ittsb u rg h or Fordham , drei* ed ito ria l guffaw s, s

"T hey c a n 't te ll us th a t anyone a s tou g h on th ^ gridiron as Johnoy M eek, Bob H erwig, Sam O liapman V lo B o ttarl, V ard Stockton or Dave A nderson w as a fra id to m eet any te am in th e c o u n t^ , Including P i tts -

Bui-ley Noses Out Rupert

BU RLEY , J a n . 5 (S p e c ia l) -T h e B urley B obcats tu rn ed back th e bid of C oach W es S h u rtllff 's R u p e rt P ira te s fo r v ictory by a score of 18-13 in a defensive b a ttle staged he re la s t n ig h t. T h e local club led a t th e h a lf tim e 10-6.

B o m team s s ta r te d slow, th e coun t a t th e q u a rte r being S-4 in favo r o f the hom e club. C oach P e te T aylor’s crew “p u t on th e p ressu re In th e th ird f ra m e to ho ld a lo u r-p o ln t lead ga in ed before th e ha lf, a n d th e la s t Rtanza w as a n e a r sh u t-o u t as th e B obcats scored a single field goal to a frew throw fo r th e M ini­doka crew.

Bhaw ky, su b stitu te fo rw ard for th e w inners , w as h ig h p o in t m a n for th e gam e w ith seven c ounters, while th e v e te ran P ag g topped R u p e r t w ith four.

I n a p re lim ina ry gam e th e Burley Eopbomores cam e from behind a one po in t de fic it a t th e h a lf tim e to score a 83*20 victory. C oun t a t the end o f th e f i r s t q u a rte r w u 6 -all, a t th e h a lf 14-15 fq r R u p e rt, a n d a t th e th ir d s ta n za fo r Burley.

L ineups:BU RLEY ........... r<m. B U P E S TJ . A c c a t u r r l ------- F .......— M e U n eG ano ...... ...............F_________W ilsonM o r r i s __________C________Glb«»n

ig a o e U ---------G --------------- Fagg

is : Burley—Sbawkey^E lc l^ Sprague. R npcrt—H edrick.

Richfield and Shoshone Split

RIO H FIKLD , J a n . 0 (V p e c la l) - a tio sliooe a n d R ichrield basketball taam s- broke even in gam es played h e re M onday n ig h t, th e invading m lsaes w alking off th e floor w ith a 44-33 victory, w hile th e hom e tow n beys cam e th ro u g h w ith a narrow a«-23 victory.

T h e boys’ gam e was a n ip and tu c k b a t t le fro n t th e opening firs t Q uarte r to th e f in a l gun. Score a t th e end of th e f irs t qua rte r w as 8-B a n d a t th e h a lf ia-13, R lclidcld m oved 'a h ea d a t Uie th ird period 90-10, b u t th e coun t was knotted ■gain 33-aU wlUi bu t two miitut«n t o go. C onner, R ichllold forw ard, • a n k th e w inning basket.

Joh n so n collcctert r ig h t jmlntfl a n d D ra p e r s ix to lead the victors' ■ooring, w hile O nleda ga rnered • i i h t fo r th e Slio thone club.

T h e g irls ' gam e was a w alk-away f o r th e vlsitorn. th e '

Wendell Beats .Terome Twice

W ENDELL. J a n . 5 (Special)— W endell basketball team s tu rned back th e invad ing Jerom e boys' and girls’ c lubs In a doubleheader here la s t n ig h t a s th e 1938 court season got u n d e r Way.

I n th e opener th e idbat girls tr l um phed*a9-13, a n d in th e final of th e evening, th e T ro jan s scorcd a n overtim e 19-17 victory.

C oach C leo Shorthouse’s club cam e back from a 0-0 defic it a t th e end of th e f irs t q u a rte r to score th e ir tr iu m p h . T hey were s till be­h in d 0-a a t m e h a lf-tim e In term U - slon, b u t In th e tli lrd q u a rte r show->. ed Signs of life as they m oved up to w ith in fou r po in ts of th e Invad ­ers—ia -9 . Score a t th e end of th e reg u la r p lay ing tim e was 17-17. I n th e th ree -m ln u te overtim e B a r re tt pushed th ro u g h th e w inning basket Just a s th e f in a l w histle blew. B a r­re t t led th e scoring for th e w in­ners w ith 13 c ounters, w hile H olll- b sugh w as h ig h (or the Invadersw ith 10.

In th e girls’ con test, W endell am assed a 10>e lead a t th e h a lf tim e a n d Uien ro asted In to victory.

Ivadeen W illiam s was h igh scorer fo r th e W endell se x te t w ith 18 points , w hile L. F lec h n er topjw d the

ivadern w ith nrvrn. l-lnriip!i of boyV Kame:

W endell PON. Jerom eI ta r re ll 1- Fr«luaM alone F BeddallB arton ( Arnold(IrJiflUi .......... o .................... HileleW etnborg . (I X lloU lbaugh

BubstUutlnnn: W riidrll — Pow rll. G unn ing a n d H uey; Je rom e — ThnmpMin.

Olympic Stars Fade Dui*ing Year’s Events

" By LESLIE AVERYNEW Y O RK (U.R)—New blood

pum ped Into the veins o f tr a c k and field cliecked th e •u s if lH .n ^ s t- Olympic decline on th e cUidcr track the p ast year, a n d ^ h e high class -perform ances • by ftewcomcrs sw ept m any fam ilia r n a m es from cham pionship roles.

T he naU onal AJ^.U. tit le events .aUM U w aukee In w hich only throo a thletc.i re ta in e d th e ir tirowns, fu rn ished a - . ya rd stick a s to th e keen compeU tlon th a t p revailed a ll year. Fou r of five O lym pic c h am ­pions were de feated in th is m eet, ond only seven of th e 30 p a rtic i­pa ting Olymfllftps broke in to the victory coIubO t

N ew # a n liln g CelU nf WliUe th t h a d dozens of

new records up for approval a t Its B oston convention In Novem ber,

fea ts of 1937 c a u g h t th e n a ­tion'.'! fancy such a s th e " s tra to ­sp h e re '’ pole v a u lt f l i g h t s of S ou th ern C a liro m la ’s “Bam boo tw ins," Bill S e fto n a n d E a r l M e a d - ' ows. In th e Pacific c oast con fe r­ence cham plonshlp.1.

T ills p a ir of a erla lls ts slid over the- ba r at"si4 f t . 11 ln „ bettering G eorge V aroffll w orld record by \ \ ‘i in . A t th e n a tionals , th e best e ith e r could do w as 14 f t. 7H In. a t w hich he igh t th e y were m a tched by V aroff a n d a newcom er, C o r­ne lius W arm erdam , from So--..F ran­cisco's Olympic club. T h is lo tte r figure, however, w as lU in . h ighe r th a n V aro ffs recognlied world m ark.

A nother of th e year’s s ta n d o u t perform ances w as tu rn ed In by the In d ian Iron m an , D onald R . Lash, a t B oston la st w inter. H e toured th e boards In th e fa stest tw o miles ever ru n . A lready ho lder o f th e w orld outdoor reco rd of 8:88:3.

L ash T ries MUe . • ^ L ash, th e c o m -th a tc h e d In d ia n a n

tried to m op up some of th e m ile g lam our w hen h e r a n a g a in s t C u n ­n ingham and X rchle S a n R om an i a t . th a t d istance In th e P rin ceto n Invi­ta tiona l in th e spring . A lthough S a n Rom ani won by a h a ir, th e tim ers c a u g h t th e K an sa n a n d L ash a t th e sam e time—4:07.2—a ha lf-second slower th a n C unn ingham 's world record. G lenn r a n th ird . I t w as n o t C unningham ’s f irs t d e fe a t o f the y e a r by Rom ani, how ever. H e b eat ■Olenn a t Chicago.

C unningham , however, w a» one of th e th ree a th le tes to r e ta in h is crow n a t M ilwaukee. G le n n r a n a m ile a n d l« l f In th e phenom enal tim e o f 8:34 a t New Y ork in th e sp ring U iat pa re d dow n N urm i’s world m a rk 8',4 seconds. <f /

. H air-M lie Record BroW n D elving Into th e num erous note-

worUiy fea ts o f- 1887, th e re a n several m ore no tab le ones. >Elroy R obinson se t a world record of r:«9.0 fo r a ha lf-m ile on th e day U ia t Jo h n n y W oodruff, P l ttib u rg h ' g re a t Negro runner. ■ decided t try th e m ile agolnst C unningham a n d Rom ani.

M el V /alker.- Ohio S la te 's g rea t N egro h ig h -Ju m p e r, tw ice be ttered tlie w orld s iandard w liti leaps of 6 f t . 10 ln .,sand 6 ft. 10% iti., w hile on an E uropean Junket la s t sum-

Utali Loses to Bradley Teeli

P E O n iA , in., Ja n . 8 (U.PJ—B rad­ley T ech 's po in t-a -m lnu te In d ian s ex tended th e ir winning s tre ak to JO gam es la s t n igh t by dropping U t*h un ive rs ity 43 to 33 before th e la rg ­e s t crow d ever lo view a basitelball gam e In Peoria. Q radley led a t the ha lf, 21 to ID, and liir slinotltig of llu t rh ln s , Hanloh and Bchimk tx- U n d ed th e lead.

7-Team Outlaw Hoop League Organized

M urtaugh, Jerom e, Gooding, Shotshone,Burley, P aul and Rupert' in Group

F o rm atio n of the Snake R iver Ba.skctbull league wa.s com p le ted a t M urtaugh last n ig h t as representa tives from seven sou th cen tra l Idaho clubs gathe red and arranged a .schedule t h a t will see i^c.st clubs tak e p a r t iii a t lea.st 10 conferencegam es.

J o h n Savage, m a n ag e r of th e M u rta u g h Savages. w_as e lec ted pres^ Iden t o f th e g rou irfl!hd ,p reslded a t th e m eeting . T eam s rep resen ted In th e new organ iza tion a rc M urtaugh , Je ro m e, Pau l, B urley. G ooding, S h o - sh ifec a n d R upert.

G anges will be played th roughou t th e m o n th of J a n u ary , u p to and l^lcludlng Feb. 7. w ith .m ost o f th e tu ts scheduled on th e h om e-and - hom e a rrangem en ts .

"W e h a v e n 't decldecL on any p a r- -Icu la r p r lie . o th e r th a n th e honor )f w inn ing th e cham pionsh ip , going o th e team w ith th e h ig h e st p e r­

cen ta g e a t th e end of th e season ,” P re s id e n t Savage s ta te d th is mom-* Ing. "P lay will end th e fo re p a r t of F e b ru a ry to allow a ll th e te am s In th e loop to p re p a re fo r th e various ou tlaw to u m o m cn U se t fo r th e early p_jrt o f sp ring—Including th e Burley a n d G ooding college m eets."

Com plete leogue schedules, as d raw n up la s t n ig h t a t th e m eeting, a re a s follows:

Gooding LegionBOB LYONS, M insgtr

Jan . S—B urltr a t Uooding Jan . ^ -B u rle r a t Burley Jan . 13—Jerome » t Goodins Jan . 17-R upcit a t Goodlnf Jan . 20—Rapert Rupert Jan . Shothone a t Goodins Jan . 21—.Shoihone Bhoshoi 'Jan . I I—Paul a t Feb. 7—Paul a t L Feb. J—M uruu fh

Burley E lksj . V McllALBY, ^Una|er

Jan . S—Goodlni a t Goodlni . Jan .' S ^ o o d in i a t B ivie;Jan . IB i^ u p tr t a i Butley ■Jan. J J - n u p « i t a t Rnt*«rt Jan; Tl—M u ru u ih a t Burlej

,Ja n . 20-Jerom e a l Burley Jan . 14—Jerome a l Jerome Jan . 2*-M urU ufh a t M urU utb Jan . ) l—Sbothone a t Butley Feb. l-^Faol a t Paul

Jerom e JayceesROOK O'BOURKE. Manaccr

Jan . S—Hhoslione a t Shoahoaa Jan . ^ S h o sh o n e J iro n u Ja n .* 'l^ P a u l a l Jerome Jan . |}-k>oodlni a t Coodloi Jan . n —Paul a t Paul Jan . 20—Barley a t B Jan. 24—Burley a t Jcromi J a n ..21—Rupert a t Ruper Jan . 31—M urU uih a t Jei Feb. :- R u p « tt a t Feb, 1—M uriaufb i

rler

terom^

‘MuTUuib

E u ro p eu n n D rn wNEW YOHK, Jail, ft lU.Ri-Mans

von U lumberg, Unrtnuiiy. a n d Jim m y U glofl, Oreeco, drew ; H ans Hicinkn. O erm any . and Sam m y NewY ork, drew ; J e w ,tumen. C ullfornla , p inned Johnny Mfirpliy. H(wton; H enry pler.i, Holliiiid, luul Jack Itad e r, Kannan Cliy, “M a . draw ; R a lph O arlbaldl. Louis, nlnnetl Al Billing^. Cleveland.

holding » !KI*D kdvantAge at the half lim e .

L in e u p i fo r th e boys' conteat: B IC I ir iB L D 8HOU1IONEC«BOtr ........ ......F ............. AletaHilerQ u la e k ............. F .... .-....... .ik O rdenDraper ....-....o....... . DerdellJ th O N n ............. O .................. AtuUnO n w t l M n _____Q ............... .... A uiU n

S u b tiltu t lo n a : lllclirieid—H endry.

Montana^akes Close Vandal Tilt, 33-32

NorthernerH Come From I!ei\ind in I'Mniil 18 SccondH of I’lny to W in

Do-Nut League Teams Win

G an g D usters. T liu n d e rb lrd s and B adgers reg is tered w ins in tlie T n in F a lb h igh school d o -n u t loop gam es p la ie d y e s te rd a y a fte rnoon .

•n ie G a n g B usters dow ned the Owls 17-B a s S m ith led th e scoring w ith e ig h t p o in ts fo r th e w inners. S lack was h ig h fo r th e losers w ith four.

B adgers d rubbed Uie llooaler Po t- slio ts 37-8, w ith R ich a rd Bowen le a d ­ing (he scoring w ith 13 coun ters . 1. Price g a rn e re d h a lf th e P o tsho t’s points,

T h im d e rb lrd s dow ned tlie DIark L egion 17*7 In a h a rd -fo u g h t tilt. How ard R e ad go t seven and Dean Drow n six for Uic w inner.', while Don H ard e r collected four fo r the Blncii Legion.

I.li)eups;'n m n d erb lrd n ( I7 ) - A l le i i Uiivall, owiird U ruil. D ean Urown, Boh

M oore. Ja ck H e lfrrc h l. Jun ies Mc- Klanlck; DIack L egion (7)-O rcliar<1, W arren . D on H ard er, Dlek H arder, B laine H yde, E d > e rw n e tle , 'I'aylor, H ayw ard.-

nadgern <27>—D. Peek . I lo b e ^ Row en, R ich a rd Roffen. H. UuaortlT’ C, C lin iiey , 1>, M uK U m lrr; Hooaler

lAhoU ( 8 ) - H . Hm itii, T . IVIce. T. ke, K . Jo rd an , K. Woodn.IniiK D usters (17 )-Q u t1 f-iy , W al- r, Millfl. H nillli, flloan ; Owls iQ)-- |||>^ ICdwards. ICuyketiilall. 'i-ay-

Ini. Hlnck, H anning. ->

Jerome Jaycees to 'P lnv. Shoslioiie

J U tO U I . J h i . I (S p«l> ll-T lio • J t r o m a Ju n io r O h tm ber o t Com -

tM rc a bask<)tU ll te am will play the B lo ih p M (M m b«r« on Uie Jer*

h ig h •etooel floor T hu rsday eve- .a ln g I t I o'olock. Tlu> Bhoahone

- ■ 'm m w ill p iit r U it JkireMa a t fiiio- ■hone W e d n t t d v ' •vcnlng. Tlie

; th e J iro m n rlub__ j y e a r « t th a O oodtng college

.flUUgw ,t<nimam Bnt by one polnL

KOVERLY WINS- trS W h a v e n . Oomi . Ja n . ft (UJO» Q « g m K o m tjr . O ailfon ita, th raw M o o V ftldo , M n lo o ; C liff OUen, ’■Im ilW H idli.' th rew J o t M trn a rd . -------- D w e k .'o m * h » , p in-

MfUSOUt.A. M ont., Ja n . !) (UR) - - U iilv m lty o f Mi<n(iuia (Irlt^ llr.i stood a t t l ^ top of tUo I’acKlc Ooant cnnferenne i n o r t h o r i i illvUlon) s ta n d in g s today rollnwing Ihe rom - p le tlpn of a clean nw iep of th e ir do uh le -header w liti Itnlverally of Id ah o cage nrll^ ts M onday and 'IMesdny.

'llifl O rltzilrN c'ltnin from t>rlilnd wlUi only IB Aen<jiid.i le ft (<i play la s t n ig h t to u Js-sa victory. M onday nlglU they irg ln lnrrd a 47- ■T vleUiry. ,

W1U> a m hiu te iiiui a linir In play, B a rre tt . V andal r^-nter uniik a free th row to p u t th (\ Id ah n n n i In a 3'J- I I lead , bill lA u t l r h look ilie ba ll o f / th e O rl iily ^ o k b o a r d lo drop th e v tn n tn g aho t w ltli on ly l l a oniU o f p la jr ijK .

T li« gam e iM a h a rd -fo u g h t from a ta r i to flnlsli, w llit tlta aoore being

r excap t la Uie opening few m ln - w hen Uie hom e te am w en t Into a B-3 lead . C ount a t tlie ha lf Umo

wu M-ftU,

T h e b o i4 i^ r e : MONTANA (iSlThom son. ( .........IjtH iieh , t H«jle>s eM ll le r f g ..........Chuflirau, f M a rian a t Ryan, e ■ ilrh . g . .Hhleida, g ...........H u n d ^ l^ l, t ......

ToU U

Shoshone IndiansTOM. IXTICAN, M aiuier

Jan. J ^ rru m e a l Bbaatione

.<;cK>dJns a t S

.niirtfT a t Bat t Paul

Feb. :-K u p er l j

Rupert BoostersSICMAN, Manaiei

u riaufh a t Rupert • t Paul '

Upsets Laundry Pill Hopes

D ell’s bow lers p u t a crim p In N a­tio n a l L aund ry hopes o f c lim bing 'to second place In Com m ercial league f lrs t-h ^ lf s ta n d in g s la s t n igh t, tt id C hevro let a dded a n o th e r b a tch of glue to l[s ho ld on top ran k In C19 league.

T lio D ell crew trim m ed Uie L aun- drym en 3 to 1, by v irtue of a th rce- p ln m a rg in J n th e opening gam.e. C hevro let tram p led E lectric M otor th re e in a row.

T he D ell o u tf i t w as spa rked by Roily Jo n e s w ith a 503 to u l . Louie Pug llano of th e N aU onals w as rig h t b eh ind h im w ith M l. Neal M cIn- tU'e a n d Jo n e s tied fo r high single

■Ith 310.R ay P re ls paced C hevro let to Its

c lean sw eep w ith a n Impressive SOO to ta l, h u t Jo h n R ogers annexed the bc.st Individual gam e of th e n igh t In e ith e r league w ith 217.

T h e sc o rc s ; 'COM M ERCIAL LEAGUE

DELL-^AR. rau i

Jan. 19—Paul a t Rupert Jan. 20—G oodlni a t Rupert Jan. 24—M urU uib a t M urtauil Jan. :7 -Je ro m e 'a tJ« ro m e Feb. Jerome a t Rupert Feb. Sliotbone a t Sboiboii*

Paul EllersV. W. ELLER, Manajer

Jan. 6-R up*rt a l Paul Jan. 10—Jerome a t Jerome Jan- l2 -M u fU u |h a t Paul Jan. II—Jerome a t Paul Jan. 10—Rupert a t Rupert Jan. 20—Shoibono a t Sho»hon#

B rurftem ann .McDonald ....... .N. O. JobnioD .

..191 2M 111 S1»H I ISS 124ISS ITS 111 S21

, 210 119 203 3921S9 196 113 iU

a t) 911 U2 2(S3 NATIONAL LAUNDRY

M clnllre 169 151 210 JJO L. PujlU no ......'.......... J»2 201 198 JSl

Jan. :___ 2-Shoihone a t PaulFeb. 3—Burley a t Paul Feb. 1 -«o o d fn i a t Paul

M urtaugh SavagesJUIIN SAVAGE, Manaier >-R upert a t Rupert

XJan. 7—Anvrlcan Falu at M urtauth Jan. l^ b h o th o n e a t M urlautb Jan. 12-Paul a t Paul Jan. 13—Shotbone a t Shoshone Jan . II—Burley a t Burley xJan. 19—Nampa college a l MurUufh Jan. :4—Rupert a t M uruufb Jan. :^ D u rle y a t M u ruu |b Jan. 31—Jerome a t Jerome Feb. 3—Gooding a t Goodlni

COURTRESULTS

B y U nlU d PressM onU na 33, Id ab o 32.C olum bia 4 0 .'F o rd b a m 32.C a llfom U 43, N orlhw eatem 36.U radley T ech * t, U U h unlver*-

Ity 3Z. -In d ian a 51, I llino is 4« (ovarU ne)E arlbam 35, U e Pauw 32.D rake 44, W nahlng ton tmlvers-

Ity (Ht. Louli) 33.M lnn taoU 37. N oire D am e 2S.W estern Illinoia H U te Teacher*

3S, C arthage (111.) 30.Florida 47, W offord 33.Colorado Springs A n tle rs 47, Texas

C h r lit la n 30.K ansaa 02, W aahburn 33.O eorgla 20. S outh C aro lina 24.Davla a n d E lkina 79. F a irm on t

T eache ra M.U nlversUyLof M ary land M,

verslly of U alllm nre 32.Jo h n . M arshall U , lirooklyn T har-

m acy 33.M a n h a tU n bZ. C a th e d ra l 33.U niversity o t N orth D akota 37,

Jam es tow n t8.

DeU’s

IS9 IS8 8«1 2(3)

JenklniRoiera ......Alntworth

Ml i l l S31 U U ELECTRIC MOTOR

Di Stttlln* ......... .......HS 119 H I 521Miller .......................... I ts 151 1S3 46.1

( ...........................112 146 ISS 4ISler ......... ...............162 113 150 42Snen .............. ....... W 130 160 4»4

”» » "m S.’ b # 2401

Castleford and Hagerman Split

CA STLEFOR D . J a n . 5 (S p e c la D - C astleford a n d H agerm an sp lit even In n doub leheadcr basketbaU game he re la i t n lu h t. In au g u ra tin g th e 1938 c o u rt season.

■tlie pow erful Invad ing girls’ club, led by j l i e sh n rp -sh o o tln g J e a n P a r­sons. d rubbed th e C astleford mlsse: 40-17, b u t th e boys’ q u in t downed th e Invading m a le club by a close 37-33 score . -

A fter g a in in g nn 8-3 lead a t . the h a lf , C astle fo rd ’s W olves w ere still ahead 14-0 a t th e h a lf . T hey went on a sco ring sp lu rge In th e th ird .stanza to ga in a 33-13 advantage, only to receive a scare In th e flnsl period- 0.S th e Invaders sank shots from a ll ang les. W atson of H ager- m nn w as h igh p o in t m an of the gam e w ith 13 c ounters, w hile D rury und Presley each collected e ig h t for th e w inners.

In th e g irls ' con test. Je an Parsons kep t up h e r seiw ational scoring record by s ln i liig 20 points. H elen N eum an w(ts h ig h (or th e losers will: seven counlers.

Llncups for boys’ gam eC aatleford KInyon . D niry . . Ilouk Prealey . « .o

flubstitutleniL ling, L araon; H agerm an, Moore.

WSC VictoriouHCO IIV A IXIO , O re , J a n . 6 HI

WaoiiWigtoii f l ta le college. 10S7 rliiiTnpliiu o f th e iiorllinrii cllvlilni: o f llin l>aclflo r o a s t bankntbiiil m)u- fn en c e , won »« firs t ron lo re iin gam e of l li l iu ^ a A o n hy d rtea tliig

t i l a t t n i ^ a la s t n lf lil . Hi lo

Uuoniit li:{ und (17 Sc«>i-e Victories In Junior Tourney

Two m ore gam es In tiie Junior hlg ii Mh(K)l hom e room baaketball

'to u rn a m e n t w ere com pleted yeetcr- tluy an 113 dow ned 3 ia by t lop- r.lded iH-oro uf 30 to 4 a n d 317 fou«lit It o u t w ith 07, d ropping th e gam e by th e m a rg lp of one iwUil, f ina l acoie b r in g 8 to 7 fo r 07.

P layers w ere; 113, N orm an Joh) flon Uob Jo n es. K en n r tii Johnm»^ii, D oiiald J in k s und (;iio rlcs K elin; aift W allace llrow ne, K rank U rurk ' rn K arl B irch . Ray -Drewor. Ted Hdweii K ar l Drown, Dick B riire , J o h n H row n: 017, K rn iie th Moon, l>oiiald WMlson, Cllftovd Moyea, N orm an N « le , O urrotl M ort, Itob- r r t -NellW ii; 07, D onald W ard, lleorgo m»>rj)e, A rrh le W ebber, I to b e r t V f'« Kng-'I'-ii and V;jllnr ^ 'to b e rt V fn

T lie gyjwii th e U. (i.I t rncape<l hecam o h i rh a rd l>c(it li

Ucb

m oth wan h n u ig li t 'lo ; rx p e r lin r iit In IBdO. o in r o n tln rm r tit and u t wtHxilitnd and New Kiiulund,

Poi. H agerm an .. W aUon .... Tucker.... Owiley...... Clark

Conyen Castleford. flprad '

Twin Falls-Caldwell, Buhl-Gooding Tilts Top Friday Contests

Filer Goes to Jerome, Richfield P laysHailey, Kimberly Meets H ansen

Over tJO south cen tral Idaho basketball agg reg atio n s ’will tro t onto high school cojicts du ring th e com ing week-end as play fo r th e 1938 seasw i gets officially u n d er w ay w ith con­ference tilts . All th e contests, except th e Tw in Falls-O akley

gam e on th e HoiTiet floor ^ tu r d a y , arc scheduled fo r F rid ay n igh t.

H eadlin ing- th e C lass A com peti­tion .w l H ^ th e C aldw ell-T w ln Palls

to SpareBy FRED STONE

A t th e end of a good batUe, the D ell's C igar s to re te am oame ou t Tlctorious by- tw o o a t of th ree garnet over N ational L aundry. '

Roily Jo n e s led bo th team * w ith 592 for m s th ree games. R olly 'i f ira t a n d U i t w ere ElO and 203. Hl> opener of 210 and Neal M cln tlre 's la s t gam e of 210 w ere th e best single games. Roily got fou r In a row in his; N eal got tw o d o u b l e s and : a turkey.

G ooding m e etin g on th e S ^ t b r s ’ floor. B o th gam es a re ex pM ted to d raw large crowd.t, th e b a ttle on th e local floor be ing th e f i r s t one of th e season fo r Tft-ln P a lls fan s. T he B ru in s h av e p lay ed tw o gam es a l ­ready, w inn ing from Caldw ell ond N am pa on a p re -C h ris tm as tr ip , bu t th is w ill be th e ir f i r s t appea rance here.

B ru in s Favo redA fte r th e d rub b in g ha n d ed th e

C ougars In th e f irs t m eeting , C oach R. V. Jo n e s ' q u in t is expected to come th ro u g h w ith a n o th e r w in over th e C anyon c oun ty o u tf it. Qooding hold.s a s lig h t edge in th e be tting over B u h l—o n th e s tr e n g th of hoJd-

C harley B ru e g g e m a n ^ g o t a good 579 to ta l. A n even 200 h is middle game.

N. O. Johnson a n d Cap B rlucgar staged a nice ba ttle betw een th e m ­selves, Cap w inning o u t by a single point. &38 to 527.

BUI M cDonald bowled too.

Louie Pugllano crow ded Roily ' h a rd for tb e top honors, being Ju it 11 p ins back of h im . Louie's 201 m iddle game w as h is best; four doubles, one tu rkey fo r hlm .^

Al P ug llano was Just one p in sho rt of th e MO m ark. All th e rest of them w en t over. Louie 681, N'eal 530. Bill Ford 515 a n d S p rou ts 508.

Q uestion tK fore ' the hom e Is; P laye r h a s a double, rolls n e x t ba ll down th e gu tter, w hat co unt does h e get on h is double? Ask Sp rou ts fo r th e a n s w e r -h e knows!

I t was a ll C hevrolet in the C ity league.

R ay Frels led by a 590 to ta l, five itr lk e s In a row h is first gam e gave him 211.

H igh single fo r th e n igh t In both leagues wentM o Jo h n Rogers w ith a .score of 217 h h firs t game. O ne doubli, th e n four In a row d id . It. Jo h n also go t a nice to ta l o f 607.

In * ^ e Jenklns-NeLwn battle , w hich iiappena every tim e Chevro­le t bowls (Jenkins lends o ff Nelfion ancho rs), Jen k in s won ou t by five points. , • •

I 'd never say who was low m an, would I, Joe?

Don S terling was tops for th e Klectrlo M otor boy*, 531 to his crMlU.

Friday’s MenuH om e T eam V lslloraT w in F a lls TS. CaldwellG ooding TS. B ob lJe rom e va. F lie rG lenna F e rry vs. B uh l

(Glrbi) (G irls)C astleford Tt. M u rtaugbF a lrfieU VS. D le triehl>eclo VS. AcequlaC arey vs. BelievneR leb fk ld vs. H aileyK in g n iU vs. B lissHoUUter vs. H ansenH azelton vs. . E den

(boys, girls)Albion vs. Pan IM alta vs. H eybom .

SATURDAYO akley vs. T w in F a lls

Ulali Holds Tri.ils To Send Men lo Sun Valley Meet

HALT f,AKK CITY , Jan . B (UW— I.ocnl ^kl Irullfl for s ix -m an team JumplTig and dow nhill rompflUUon n t llie Idn lm -U lah -M o n ta n a fiun Vnlley. toum am rn tfl Ifl will be h e lr t t l ib w eek-end as acheduled, of-

i.f th e U l^l\ flk l club a n - nounce<l.

Lack of (snow will p roh ib it use of Kiigen hill In lilg CnKonwood can-

1x1 A lla In L ittle Cotlonwooil will be th e ^fene of Ihe alalom and dow nhill rncen.

F r its B rannen go t Uie beat single game for th e re-w hiders, w ith 104 his f irs t try . A fter th a t, well. Frit* stayed It ou t, onyway,

O. L. C lark couldn’t ge t to going. You know , C lark w en t to th e tour-

im ent of roses p a rade In C ali­fornia. He re tu rned Tuesday a Jter-

w n . a n d a ll th e ru sh ing a n d hu rry - ig of oiir c lly iiere liad him all up- ■t. - A lter h e is here a few days, he

will be O. K.Som e one aske<l him : "Say, Clark,

did you see a lot of c lerlrln IlghU In L. A.7" Bays he; -'Oh yrs, and I saw a few cluuigen I i-oiild m ake.” (C lajk Is Cliff Kmevlfk’a wiring specialist).

HTE»:i.K I AVOUKI)NI5W YOUK, .Ian. 6 (UW-MId-

dlcwelHht Clmmplon F reddie Blrele of 'I'aconin, W asli., ru led aif B-B fa - vorltn tortny lo b eat F red Apostoli of rinn I'riitirinrr. In th e ir I3 -roiind noii-llllo imilc-ii 111 M adison Square U aiden Frldnv nlKht.

•nifl o K ing VicI, 'fll Italy , In m ill co l tiRN oil.' of the finest

Ing th e Pocatello I n d ia n s to a d o se r score w hen th e O em Cl^y q u in t w as ba rn sto rm in g th ro u g h th is section.

I n th e f i r s t C lass A c o n tes t fo r th e section . F i le r will In vade Jarom e. C oach Jo h n N orby 's c rew w as ra te d hold ing th e edge ove r J im m y O’B rien 's W ildcats.

O th e r G am e*T h e o th e r C lasa A schools, Burley,

R u p e r t a n d O akley, a re Idla on P tIt day, th e H o rn e ts p rep a rin g to tak e on T w in Falla S a tu rd ay . C oach C «m ncy 's d is tr ic t ch am p io n s have been show ing Im provem ent In every Bomo played , a lth o u g h they w ere topi>ed by S u g a r C ity New Y ear'a n igh t.

Clo.-je gam es a re In p ro spec t fo r funs In C lass B tow ns, w ith M ur- la u g h going to C astle fo rd to se ttle an a n n u a l feud , D ie trich p lay ing a t Fairfield , A cequla m oving to Declo, Dellevue ta ck lin g C arey, H ailey ta k ­ing on -R ich fie ld . B liss m eeting th e s tro n g K in g H ill q u in t, H ansen trave ling to H ollister. P au l m eeting Albion, a n d th e H are lto n boys and glrU e n te r ta in in g th e two team s from E den . \

BowlingSchedule

COMMERCIAL LEAOllE (Allryir-l anil t)

I. KIki.«-Z lp -W ay VI.

Biodebaktr.

CITY Lr.A<lllE (Allay* I'and 4)

Wed.. Jan. 5 -r« » t'O ffice vs. Twin r a llt I.umbrr.

ThMn., Jan. A — Twin Falla Flour M ill n . C. Andrrton.

rtf.. Jan. 7—ParliUn Laundry TO. Log Tavtrn.

Kimberly Wins Two Games

HANHLN, J a n . B (S pecia l)— Coai'li LoiilH D en ton ’s figh ting bas- katlmll i-hib.i took a p a ir o f gam es from lla n n en h e re , la s t n ig h t In C1a^n I) en rm in ters ,

iClmborly'H U uildogs dcubbed th6 Miinnen O re en Wave.i 3U-II in the n igh tcap a f te r th e Ilivadlng second team h a d scored a 37-31 victory In th e openere.

I ll Uie va rsity c lash , th e Invaders were he ld to a na rrow 8-fl m arg in a l t4io h a lf lln ie. b u t ra n w ild In UflT fina l tw o i>erlodfl to chalk up an easy win. H igginbotham led Uie ncorlng for th e gam o w ith 11 points fo r th e vic tors, w hile M oU ierihrd of lla n ^ e u and Freen lone of K im ­berly each coliecled fou r pn ln ta for aecond honors.

L ineups for B iilldog-Q reen W avegamiKimberlyLamblnililgginbolham

ros. llan scn ... R eynold!

Hlandiee..VV..V.. IlolllfieldU ck y .........- ...... « .......... Mothe^ihedQueinell (>

H iib jtltu tlons; K im berly — B ritt ; H an se n —BmlUi, H ou i.

McLemore Wins Over Viites and Crosby—with Cooper’s Aid

Jo h iu e n , t llirre ll. c Kramar. t Nmlth. gWlntor, f .................rrlce, t ...................

Tolala . 0(flclal»-A. Ill

u « U. UUell, MlaiUpohane,

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n y ItRNRY Mcl.KMOnr (C opy rlfh l, I9S7, I tn lled TrfM)

I lO M .yW O O I). .Iriti ^ m e - U n til I h a d ''I .IkIKIioimi M nriy" C ooper for a golf ii in in r i I had alwiivn tinHiilnrd tliiil, for nheer ru m lo il , notliliiH ('(mid e<|iial a iiKittier'n loiich on a baby 's fe-

hours flstra

.yed

v^rril liiow o r tw o hours o «V rp on .1 JioRlv nmrniiig,

lli i i l now th a t 1 liuvn )>li .^wllli Mnrry I know tliiit I

2 'ioiik . itiKl th u l a ll iit lir r fo im s u l riiii ifo it urn dow nrigh l h a rd - a h lp i (DiMjmred lo w alrh ln u him belabor llin |HMkell>ookii of Jils ( an d inyi oppoaltlon w ith pars, oaglen. mill Iilr<l1es.

l l i i i iy a n d I p lu y rd .lh e for- nilitahlv n n ia teu r leu in of Illng CroMiy a n d R ilsw ottii Vlnen a t L akeside yesterday , b u t dkaplte ih e ir b est ba ll of St w a h a d no

trouble whatAoevrr In brittlng them .

I.«0k Bt O U H oulgoliiK n ine;rnr ..... ■’>'CxuK-r _____ 443 r>43 344 aaM .'l«fl\or» ...... 073 i m fl»4 ..ftl

T ak e th e beat jw it <if Marry s ra r il a n d th e best p a rt o t mine niid w h a t do we have? JiitiL a 33, t l ia t'a a ll. P len ty good rnoiigh to w lu m any of tli*! big tourim - melits,

O ooiwr wan very iiln iw d w llii ou r sniooUi toa inw oik . lim. Iio- i-auM M wa w alked to th e icintU t«o ( h e ard h im say lo Cri«.lty;

■ -n ia l M<a,euiore In (luitii a help, you know, lie lit me a rig - ikrette on Iho th ird hole, and tlie ii cam e th ro u g h nn th e le*'- r n th w ith a alh.k o f gu m :'

Com ing lio n i a m en who has been liw low est scorer In A m eh-

ra n gi>1f fo r live yrara^ tfint made me feel p ie tty good. -

H onirthing huppenad to me tlie i.iirk nine a n d iny game w ent to |ilr<r» a iill. A nd i t was then , w hen I began tO wobble, ll is l <;(K)|>eri< liri am e auch a I'oinfiirt to me. 'I 'aka th e elev­en th hole, fo r exam ple. I fool- iRhly iilayed an explosion shot off tlin lee, bikI fnllowed I t w itli an Iron slio l Dint atriink a tree and iHiiini'etl ilirently baokwardn. A-i 1 was th e n lying Uicro, and waa Home IR yatda fa r th e r from

.llie hole th a n w hrn I s ta r ted , I pl«'kri\ U|1 und rn lled U> Coojier th a t lir wmild have to "carry" llie oik Ihln onn iKilr., N ot a l.lt M iiikeiutiy » '0 j e - I'lwnfilliiiiiy. (;o«i>rr banged * tiriin iidm in dilve, laid a th r re - Iron alone dead, a n d kicked Ui

h is p u tt for a winning birdie. I go t back on my K „ne on th e

• p a r- th r e e tw e K ih a i id d ld m y b lt by haggliiK a lotiiid five a n d bringing H arry a rn p of Iceil w atar from a nran.y fountain .

Blit my lo'icli dfnerlrd mo on the long Ihlrlretiili «nd wlu;n I ■till was ehnii <,{ tim women’s lee after three m iiju . I agah) picked up. rroin Uirro on in It waa CoopiT a«»lh<i Vines and Croflliy. with all i.stii nt aUke. •ni Harry* everUnmg trertlt ho dU ln l hay one w„rd of i^rltl- clwn when I sent ,„y hagn in to the flubltoi,»e. Nor did he find fault wlveii i found It too hot out In the fairway (prob­ably iH-cauM I k,„ Kxm tom ed lo walking under ii,a ihnile ot th e Ireen when i „ „ i ,,e .

•^Uliir.i to follMw II,, ,„i.l.-h fiom

th e cool o f th e . b ushes s lung th e adgo of the , fairw ays.

I t w as n o t nn tll H arry h a d r a h . ' dow n a 30-foot p u t t on th e flnw green to w in th e m a tc h th a t 'l a^u in offrrnd h im a n y aid. I then vo lun teered to ru n in to th e pm sh o p a n d g e t ch an g e fo r th e blltn th a t V ines a n d Orosby ne ed ­ed to p a y o ff .H a rry a n d m e.

n in g a n d K llsw orth took th e ir d e fe a t by C ooper a n d m y­se lf In sp lend id riplr;t a n d siig- gesled a r r ln rn m a tch . I sa id I (lldn l know w h e th e r I would be «Me to Play a g a in b u t O n*by aald t h a t would be a ll r Ig h U - th a t ho a n d V ines w ould le le- n lione n ia th e re su l t and send mo m y w inn ings by i» e l* l mpnay order. ,

Now w h a t ()n you reckon he could h av e m e a n t |! l^ ^ is t r

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You’ll Get Ahead Quicket by Consulting the Classified DirectoryW A NT ADS RATES

F o r PubllcaU on In B oth T im es and Newf

&A TE8 P E R U K E P E R DAY: B iz dayB, p e r Line per dAjr—

G O O D 3 -rm . hou4c, good law n, Ir* rlgftUon w aw c, good location . Pb . 1135-J o r 1093.

T h ree iU tb, pe r line p e r d a7_..lSe O ne d Jij. per U n e .....™ ---------M o

B A RG A IN S galore lU led da lly In th«Mo c o lum m . R ead or use them (or p r o ( l ( i

33 1-3 % Discount F or Cash

C ash d iscoun t allowed if adver­tis em e n t Is pa id lo r wlU U n'eeven days ol I l i s t Insertion.

T R A IL E R hotise fo r r e n t. 350 6 th Ave. E as t.

FU R N . S n n . house, b a th , garage, HO 7 th S t . W . in q . Id a . Ju n k H ouse.

L ine of claaslflwl advniilslng com ­pu ted p n basis o( five m edium* le n g th per line.

COM PLETE COVERAGE AT ONE COST

PH O N E ' 32' or 38 FO R ADTAKER

M A G AZIN E exchnngc. Public M ar-

W ANTED—G ood home to carc hlclc lady. G ood pay. Inqulrp . M5 3rd A vc. E ast.

T R Y O U R steam ba th s a n d massage for colds, rheum ntlsm and obesity. Room 8. 130 M ain No.

M EN old a t 401 G e t P ep . New O s- trex T onic T ablcla co n ta in raw ovstcr Invlgorators a n d o th e r s tim ­u la n ts . O ne dose s ta r ts new pep. V alue tl.OO. Special p rice 89c. C all, w rite MaJcstlc Pharm acy .

H O U SES FO R R E N T

Hold Every thing IAUTOS F O R 'S A tE

■2# M ODEL A p ickup, good rubber, ready to go. W M . Call M l.

9 RO O M m od. house, double g a r ­age. 1245 E . H eybum . Inq . 1st house No.

CARL G . B ensoii K 5 rm . fu m . re s i­d ence a t 1404 4 th Avc. E . See gr .

- ca ll R rO T -lW lliU li: '

FO R R E N T : M odem 6 dm . house, hardw ood floors, fu rnace , garage, p a rtly f u m . $35. 822 No. Main- Inq . 806 M . No.

A PA RTM EN TS FOR R E N T

FU R N . a p t. 644 M ain No.

NEW Apt.s.. 2 room s a n d screened porches. 251 4 th Ave. W est.

1 RM . F u m . Apt. Nice a n d clean. A du lts o h ^ . 2 2 2 '5 th , AVC,. E.

3 R M . P ilrn . A pt. w ith b o th . P hone 1529. 458 Cth Avc. E.

APT. fo r ren t.- A dults on ly . P h . 836 o r ca ll a t 460 2nd Ave. No.

FO R R E N T —4 room u n fu rn ish ed a p a r tm e n t. Ph.- 693W o r 448.

IN D IA N psycholORlst, H azelton. Id aho . P . O. Box 65. In d ia n herbs ob ta inab le. All personal questions a n d problem s answered In fu ll d e ­tail-, by m all only. Inclose 12 w ith

k, sam e. P riva te and confiden tia l In ­terview s $3. A ppointm ents m ade th ro u g h m all. Courses -In m en tal psychology. Six lessons, 150.00,

A PT. F O R ren t. A dults on ly . 210 6 th Ave. E ast.

FO R SALE—IQSff' Chev. sedan, cheap. Box 10, Tlmes-New a.

LA TE ’30 model A T udor, good co dltloii. 'tias.OO. Phono 10S4-W.

3-RO O M m odem ' fu rn ish ed ap t. B ungalow A 'pb, 2nd A vc. E as t.

2 RO O M fu rn ish ed a p t. s te a m heat, f iv e P o in ts Apts., 130 A dd ison W,

BEAUTY S H O P S .ID A H O B orber nnd B eauty Shop

New Y ear Spcclal—*3.00 perm a- n e n ts »2.25. $2,00 pe rm anents »1.50. P h . 424. 121 M ain E,

PERM A NEN TS, M.OO to >6,00. S h am ­poo a rid f inger wave 50c a n d up. P e rrln e B eauty Shop. P h . 333-W. M abel M . D o.«ett, prop.

A G EN U IN E oil pe rm anen t wave for X jhas a s low as *1.50 a t C raw - fo rd ’s B eauty Salon, P h . 1674 for appo in tm en t.

F o r B e tte r B eauty Service T ry theA rtis tic Beauty SalonT w ins P a ll.^ -P h IM —B uhl -*' B eau ty A rts Academy

P h o n e 305 , 135 M ain W.

F U R N IS H E D apts. T h e O xfo rd , 428 M ain Ave. No.

FU R N IS H E D . J u s ta m e re ‘I n n . Ph. 456 a n d OaSia P h . 971.

" J u s t fo r th a t , young ' m an . you can go w ithou t your dinner n lg h tl" .

1035 V8 Deluxe tou ring tu d o r se­dan.

1035 C hevrolet Coach.1935 T errap lane Coach.

AUTO M A RT 3rd and M ain W est

•aa-rO R D Couiw, good, !38 He. «210. ■34 Fo rd tudor. ex good, ‘SS Hr, $205. '30 Fo rd fordor, good m tr . ’38 11c.

$115.'27 Chev, cpe. rcbored *40. '3 new tra i le r houses, 2 log trailers. 3 2 -w heei trailers.W ill trade ,O 'C onnor, O pp. P a rk . H o te l. .

FOR SALE OR TRADE

W IL L trad e 40 acres fc a n d pay cash d lffen box 12, News-Tlmes.

F O R SALE: New 12 by )

FARMS FOR SALE

A FE W m om en ts sp e n t sc an n in g th is sec tion will o ften prove p ro t- lU ble .

D ESIR A B L E close In fu m . o r u n - fu rn . M iddle aged couple p re ­ferred , *30.00 p e r m o. P hono 173.

RO O M a n d a p a r tm e n t. C lean and com fo rtab le w ith lo ts o f h e a t and h o t w a te r . Very reasonable rate s. 459 S econd Avc, N.

FO R S A L E - M ISCELLANEO US

E L E C T R IC fence; Public M arke t.

H E L P W ANTED— MALEF M E N ^ fre e to travel. M ust iiavc

„ • c ars . S teody work w ith eam lnfis abdve Uie average. See M r, F u l­le r. 0-30 to 4:30. R ogerson hotel.

SITUATIONS W A NTED

SEA FO O D S, Pub lic M arke t.

U P R IG H T p iano . P h . 76-R2, K lm - i berly o r w rite Box 2Q, T im es.

• CAPABLE w oman w ants housework by ho u r. P h , 1306-W, .

W AN TED —W 0 r k In m otherre .« liomo. Box 421, Btirlcy.

CAlft*EN TERi E xixrlcnced . 'I n t e r ­ior flnlBhlng a specialty. Phono 1412.

SA C R IFIC E "4-n ilnu te p h o to ou t­f it.” M ake offer. R , R obinson , B ur­ley. Ida,

45 .T H AY n r a r T w in, F re d W ilson •,ii m l. i:. M nroa school .Ph, 10-J7 F iler,

CAUINS FOR HENT

HOAIll) AND KDOM HOARD a n d room. 120 6 th Ave. E.

RM . a n d board. 154 0 th A vr, E,

V o i t H E N l—2I00M SmcU RO OM Htoker, h e a t. Pli, 1200.

F R O N T bedrooni, cloao In. Ph , 665, ....................................................*.

UMAI.L n-i'iu. lunwr, un fu rn . I'h ,u;i;,

UTEAM heated , fu rn lth cd deliixn cab in , iloii1il»->>o<ln, prlvutn butti, n ialil nri'vliT. Inqnlro Cnvey Oan nhd Oil Co.

i '0 h 'H K l s f - - H 0 U 8 K 8fi-ItM . fiirn . houne, Ph , 6M, •

AI,I, HlZIuS (if wood pipe for sale, R a tea on large orders. Id ah o Ju n k H ouse.

DADY G RA N D P lan o fo r Kale a t (tarrlflce. Call 1655 or w rite P. O, Box VOO. Tw ;n Falls,

REPOSBEb.^ED pliino m ay be had by p ay ing ba lance on controct, W rltii P , O . Box 706. T w in Fulls..

A CO M PLETE line of fa rm m a- rliliiery liii'ludlnu In ic to r. 4 ',i ml. E. % N o ,'H an sen . Davl.v

CANVAH o f a ll k inds a n d itcscrlp- tlonn unci canvaa repa iring . T ho- m et* T op a n d Body W orkn. PI 720,

59 ACRES Im proved 0 miles sou theas t from Tw in Falls. 30 acres in a lfa lfa . Excellent op­p ortun ity for p a rty w ith cash down p aym ent of $1,250.00. Full p u rch ase price 18,000,00,

80 ACRE very well well Im ­proved fa rm five miles south from H ansen. Price 10.000.00. Down p aym ent required *3.- 600.00. T h is place Is for sale only durin g Uils Decem ber.

40 ACRES Im proved 7 .miles sou theas t from Burley. Idaho, ■purchase price *3.600.00. Down

paym ent required **760.00.

40 A. IM P., ^ ^ 1 . No. Je rom e on highw ay. P rice *4,600, Down p aym ent *1000.

INQ U IRE: W.* G ra n t K llboum e, P . O. Box 251, Tw in Falls, or phono 0386 J l .

W A NTED TO RENT

3 O R 4 ROOM hoilse. Big triicTc pa tch In o r 'n e a r Tw in Palls . C35 6th W est.

FOR SA LE— FURNITURETH ERE Jj no necesiily !o f unneed­

ed e x tra fu rn itu re to lie in th e a ttic when a few cents Invested in th e C lassified SecUoa wlU teU- i( for you.

REAL ESTA TE FOR SALEFO R sale or r e n t: 6-rm . mod. house

except h ea t, 277 Harrison.

BALE o r r e n t: 2-rm . house, large co rncr lot. ^03 Polk St. Call a t 329 Jackson.

2. SEC TIO N S of grazing land , S. W. co m er of county, A. D. W ilson. 319 Shoshone Sou th , Tw in Falls.

BY ow ner, gpod Incppie p roperty n e ttin g 13% on Investm ent. T rade

'■for lan d o r c ity property. W rlto Box 11. .Tlm es-N ew s giving fu ll d e tails .

FO R S A L E :'100 acre ran c h 3 m l from K in g Hill, Ida. 80 acres un ­der cu ltiva tion . 2 story 8-rm . house w ith full basem ent w ith good con stru ctio n and repa ir. Price *2.500 cash . I f in te r e s ts - s e e o r w rlto W . A. Sherer. Shoshone, Ida.

W A NTED TO DUY

80 A CRES, in neighborhood o f *100 per acre . M ust be exceptionally good buy, >4 rash , bal. la te r. Eden o r H azelton ccmntry pref. W rit*

^ Box 13, Tlnirs-Newn.

Buginess and Professional

DIRECTORYA uto Scrvice

Auto gla.ts—pla in a n d shatterleas. Pa in ting , E xpert body and fender rtork. Floor san d ers for r e n t Foss's.

BROW N AUTO SERVICE. Com plete O ne-Btop Serflca

402 M ain Ave, N orth

" W AN TEn t o ' B U - ^ ’l ^ M r r i o wrecls, K iirmrrn' Auto Supply, Uard P a r ts n e p t. Phone 223-W,

G E T CASH for your wool, pplia, - hide.n, Junk and mixed nietiU of all

k inda. I (k lu ) Ju n k Houhe, 152 Hec- ond Avc, H.

F U ltN m J K B -N e jy 'a n d used furni- tuVe nf nil kinds, coal raiige.-i, rlec- trlu rangrn , roul alovcA. clrculntora a n d o th e r household furnlnhlng* Moon'#, I'hono fi. s to r e No, 1; Phone a ia , s tora No, a.

I AM now (nklng ord rrn fnr nprlng delivery of Hliirk Irern, nhriilin and

ni«ii> a rnrri l<> 1-. o . jion . fifll for f rrn cutftlOK, Aincilcu'n nld-

c«l an d JiirKi’Bt nuvnnry, ( lu a ru n - teed natlBtnotliin, Nn m oney til br im id till your ntork hua a rrived and yon havft eKom liird th em to nen th a t tliiiy a re C), K , j | , „ Yciiing, ioi'ul H turk Uros, iriiuM rntallvn . 330 M alii Avenue Hoiith.

lUcf/clesIllCVCl.K .snir.i niid servlcb. Blaslua

C y rk ry . I’hone llil.

a i('V "leln C'yi'liry, 33B Mafti Ave, (k>. nicyrlen rxrliinlvely. "W hera Uie llfd l and l.a lr» t are Fo\md."

Ituildinf/ doniractinff

a ROOM liiiur.r, ha lf acre, < A rringloii, lIlKblnnd Vlnw,

U itO{>M iiKxli'iu fiiiiiU hed I F u rnace . 138 2nd Are, Ho.

fiirn , liDUno w ith garage a t 'Xil flth Ave. K. A dn lti only.

NllW 3 . room hvn"" *>»« baUu la - qu ire V03 Jarkson.

FOR SALEAUTO IXX>R G l.A fU »-

W INDHHIELD AND W INDOW a t .A o a '

No ch arg e fo r labor f« tU n i glarui if you will ijrl ig your •a t) ' nr 'lrlv<r vnur c a r m .

I'lum o Q

MOON’S'

A l i r r n o N HI-IOIAI.A T HOI.I.KNUEOK HAI.R YARD

A full acoohd han d •to re o r f i i r - liU tirn w »l Iw rnUl Friday, J a n . T a t I o'r iftrk, lledfl, »i)riiig« m a t- treaarB, niiinit am i U rue ran g ra a iid ra m p Movea, heaU ola, dreM - eili. lifeak fM t a«U. « ,w ln i m a ­chine#. le a th e r daveniH>ri c lo th ­ing, Bliofu, oveiftlitH., rl,a lr« . r.Kkliig rh,.l(„, |,ai,y ^ a n d luattiTftn, l)al.y'l),mi,y *,,,1 * full line of fu rn itu re a n d avery- tlilim th a t H»e« w iih A aerondlitiiid a lo ie .

Dflcforii-DentlBtB

' Ihtildlnft HMtcrialaI’ralt'n tlm blggent o il m an , the

iiravlent lonfer and Uie la rg est tiro m an Iti Twin Fallii.

liltrlrlcal AppllanceaA m erican riri^lrlu Co. P a r ish Hall,

Kverythlng ElecUrlcal. Phono 03.

fu e l,Wailinftt hroB. Coal. Phono 346.

COAL{Ini k Hervlrn Day or Eve.SlN CLA Ill 9ERVICE

STATION/Dim Iii'do a n d T ruck Lmib

/•’h n r .SanatnffFloor llanillng. II, A, Holder, 103fl-J,

//n ir Dr eater BIieaiiiy » iy l« change, K «e^ paoo

Willi U)o season a t lowor ooit. Oil iw im anrnla as low a* *1JK>, C on tour liali M)llnK by Darrell, a ipecla lty . Oraw i'ird* Beauty Balon, 113 M ain Ave. a >’1'.

InsurancePeavey -Taber Co., Inc, Pit. 201.

K ey Shop

Movinff

O ptom etrist

Falntlng-Oecoratinff

P lumbing-HcatinyIF IT '8 PLUM BING O il HICAT-

IN G , pumiM, «tokers, o r w ater noft- rnera , Piione 2H3-<lnco lu ll , llonir P lu m b in g iind H eating Co

Alil>olt Plum bing a n d H eating Co. Pum ps, Stokers, Ph . 90.

Uadio RepairingAll make.i Kadtoa Repaired and

U ervired. Fnrt<iry Itadlo Hervli e. i'li 304. Ufl Jnd N,

R eal fh la le-lrtm ranccP, O, O raves At Honi. Ph, 818.

, J , E . l lo b n U , Ph . 063, .

SaU'.it AgcnclcH wii.m>N H A ricn a p p i , i a n ( ik

p i . O l-J. ’’M ayUg H eadquarters"

Sccond Hand StoreF l I l tN rrU llE , Biovrn. bought, aold

a n d r iu h an g e d . 240 M ain ft.

Typcwrlteralla lea , ro n ta l i aiKl aervlce. Pti.

l/phointerlngW an ted -U p h o la te rln g , re i» lrln g .

f u rn i tu re relln islilngi window ahade w ork. C reai and llru loy n im l tu ro Co, Phone 865. 130 Second Bt. K«»t.

Hl’IH N O filled m attreM ea made from your old oneal M a ttreu « s renova ted a n d recovered. Wool rarU lng. I 'w lii Falla M a tU eu F ac ­to ry . Pbon* B l-w ;

garaKe, trade for im p. sm all o

LIVESTOCK and POULTRY F jlU IT S and VEGETABLES200 X-YEAR-OLD W hlto L eghom s

2nd house E. of Hosp.D ELICIO U S apples, 20c a n d up. 2%

ml. So. of depot- Cliarlio Jones, j

chickens a n d turkeys. Independ­e n t M eal Com pany.

FO R SALE—C arro ts by sack o r ( ' tru ck load. ■'5i ml. Bo. '.1 W. So. i

Porfc----- ^

1 HEAVY springer Jersey, 6 yr«. old. a ml. So, and 1 E. of E, e n d of M ain,

A PPL ES by th e bushel o r th ic k . B row n’s O rchard , 2 m i W. of Eden,

GU ERN SEY heifers. Springers. Good type. 1st house E. of cem e­tery.

MONEY TO LOANC. JO N E S fo r loans on home*.

FO R BALE: n c jb te r c d G uernsey bull. 3 O utrnsoy Jjull calves, sub ­

FARM loans, low In terest. P rom pt ac tion . Fred P . Batca. Ph . 1J79.

je c t to reg ls tr) ', C arl 3 , M a rtin , 6 m l. So., 3 ml, W . of W endell, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

■ FO R SALE: R r g b u r rd G uernsey bvllls a h d Irish S e tte r pups. C arl L. Addy, i m iles sou th of S ou th Park .

KOR. SALE or trad e—G ood re s ta u ­ra n t. fully equipped In sm all tow n. Good chance fo r r ig h t pa rty . Box IB. T lmes-News.

M ISCELLANEOUSL.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSCUSTOM kUling, curing a n d sm ok­

ing m eats . Phone 33. in u p e n d e n t Packing P lan t.

N o t i c e o f t i m e a n d p l a c e BET FO U H EARING PE T IT IO N FO R PRO BA TE OF FO R EIG N W IL L AND FO R TU E IS8U> ANCE O F LETTERS TESTA* MENTARY.

I n th e P roba te C ourt of T w in F a lls County. S ta te of Idaho .

In (he M a tte r of the E sta te of E d ­ua rd M eyer, also know n as E d­w ard M eyer, and also know n as Ed. M eyer, Deceased.Notice is hereby given: T h a t a

p e tition for th o probate of th e will o f E duard M eyer, also know n as Edw ard M eyer, and also know n as Ed. M eyer, deceased, a n d for th e U>

■ CARBURETTORS—C arbu re to r p a rts t a n d service, P . O . H. M otor fe rv - B ice, 230 Shoshone s t r e e t W est,

T w in Falls,

:. BEE-LIN E a lignm en t for au to fram es, axles, h a rd steertng and

^ tiro wear. W heels straigh toned . FC5S’S.

, LOW CO ST and high reader per- - , cen tage m ake' these little ad s the 1 m ost econom ical a n d profitab le

m a rk e t in town.

LEGAL A D V E R nS E H E N T S

Id aho , -have been se t a s ' th e tlm o a n d place fo r th e h earing o f aald petition , w hen a n d w here a n y pe r­son In terested m ay a p p ea r a n d con­te st the sam e, a n d show cause , .I t any they have, w hy sa id poU tion * (ihould n o t be g ran ted . S a id w ill Is ft foreign will, here tofore adm itte d to probate In tho S ta te o f C aliforn ia.

D ated D ecem ber 31, 1937.G UY L. K IN N EY .

P robate Judge, ex-officlo Cleric. (BEAL).

HEYBURN

M r. a n d M rs, B h lrto r Jackson have re lu m ed from B a lt L ake C ity w here they spen t a week.

M r. a n d M rs. Joe P u llm a n a n d MrB.-E. B. S U n n o r a re T lsltlng In Ogden.

H owland C ro ft re tu rn e d Mcmday from Payette w here h e v isited his «l.«;ter. M ri, Agnes Jensen .

M r. and M rs. J . V. I« o a n d fam ­ily and Mr, a n d M rs. W llford W il­cox le ft Tuesday* f o ^ A rizona w here they expect to spend several m onths .

M r. and M rs, F ra n k D arrough have retu rned ■ from V ic to r , , Colo., wbcro they visited th e ir dau g h ter, M rs. G len Yeagle.

As a Good Businessman Would You . . . .

Trust a Stranger To Run

Your Business

WitKout Pnowing His Qualifications?

Certainly not! Even /o r a minor job in your business, you question the prospective em« ployee and investigutc his references. For the important job of representing your busi­ness before‘The public, your investigation of hi6 record and ability would be most thorough.

Tho same sane caution should be applied in *‘hiring” media to act as your public relations representative. This medium, though not in charge of your business, has the important job of convincing the buying public that they nhould trade with you. x

Important?1'<H . . . /« fa c t advertising

. t . itn purchase and use . . . ai(! HO Im portan t th a t fe w trnnHnctions deserve a liusi-

n esitm a f^.(^^K r attention.

Look up the , rvferencen o f gour nitdia. to see proof tha t the advertlnlnf/ you hug

I can do the Job Hatlsfac'torilu.

To be Kure that you are “hiring” the right me­dium for the job, you want tT^know . . . What does your advertising buy in the way of an audience? Do you rcttch the people that you want to interest? I)o4hcy liveln your particular soiling area?

'I'he answerH to Ihese (luestions and other pcrtl- iiont facts can i>e foillid only in Audit Bureau of (.’Irculations’ Itoports — your SAFEST rec« iimmondatlouH in buying Advertising.'

Ovor ],<>00 leading newspai>erH and other pu|>> llnitions have voluntarily become members of the Audit Duroau of Circulations. This news­paper Is a member for YOUR sakel

Our latest A. C. report Is ready to give you aocnrato facts upheld by our sworn statement concerning these papers’ circulation and other , data. This Is the same national ad-vrrtisers and agencies depend upon — ask to see a copy.

The Idaho Evening The Twin Falls Daily

TIMES NEWS

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Page Eight IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALL'S, IDAHO Wednesday, Januiu7 6, 1938

D ENV ER LIVESTOCK DENVER—C a t t l e : '1.650; m arke t

c t«ady; c o v i to $6.7S; h e l/c rs $5 to »7.75; calves 16 to IIOJO; feeder? a n d a tockers »5 to »7.16: bulls i i to »5.75. •

.H ogs: 1,000: m n tk e t 16o to 25c h ish e r : to p »8: bulk »7J5 to « : pack ln* sow s »6 to 16.60; pigs »7 to »7.»0.

■ S heep: 6,400; m a rk e t 15c to 25c h ig h e r: ^ a t lam bs $8 to « .5 0 ; ewes i2 to $3.40. '

CH ICA G O LIVESTOCKC H ld A Q O -H o g s : 21,000: m arke t

uneven; m ost enrly &a!cs 10c to I5t: h l« h e r th a n T uesday average; now bldtllng a ro u n d stencly on butcliens

1 250 lbs. u p : to o »8',45; bulk 150 to 200 lbs. »8.2S to ta.45; 210 to 240 lbs. $8X15 to W.40; 250 to 300 lbs. 47.50 to *6.10: m ost good pack ing sows « 5 0 to W.BS.

C a ttls : B.OOO; c a lv e s . UOO; s te e r m a rk e t r a th e r slow; early sales M -

-------- .50 to -* llJO : com m on g rad e heifer*■^•ancr c ijtte r g rade cows a n d bulls

rirm to h ig h e r; w eighty sausage bu ns $7.15; vcalersr»t«ady to 111.50 dow n. l e v »12.

Sheep: 0.000; no d irec ts: ta t lam bs active ; strong to 10c and m ore h ig h ­e r; good to choice orferlngs « .S 0 to « -8 5 ; sjieep s teady: ewes $4.

OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA—H oga: 4,500. 15c t«»-*6c

lower. Top W.CatU e: 4,000. Calves 300. S teady

to strong . T op $8.80,S heep : 4500. ;-owef to weak. Top

W .40.’

PQ B TLA N D LIVESTOCK PO RTIiA N D —H ogs: 1,000; steady:

good to choice d rlvelns $8.75; load lota to $9; over a n d u n d e r w clghtf t8 0 S : heav ies dow n to $8; pack ing Bowa $7: f e c d jK ji to $850.

C atU e: lO O r ^ te s i s r a c t lv e ; fu l­ly s t « a ^ : stM Fs scarcc ; m edium to good fed s teers salable a round $6.75 to $aJ5 : com m on to m edium heU ers $5 to le J S : good beef cows to $5- .79; bulls to good tochoice vealers «8.A0 to $9.50.

S heep : 100; nom inally steady; good tru ck e d In la m b s ' salable u o u n d 17.60 to $8 |-yea rlings to $S- .60: m edium to good ewes $3.73 to »3.7fc

OG DEN LIVESTOCK ’ . O G D E N ' — B ogs: R ece ip ts 700.

S teady to 30c h ighe r, early top «BJS on b e s t d rlveln bu tchers, m ed- lu6 i a n d good m ix tures $7.00 to $8.15; pa ck lsg sow s scarce $3.76 down.

CatU e: R eceipts 300. Few sales low g rad e cows look s tro n g e r,'o th e r classes steady , p a r t load 887 lb. U tah

. s te ers 16.00. few p la in local he ifers ♦430 to $5.00, la ta T uesday 30 he ad good 1,000 lb. cows from local feed lo t $5.00. vealers scarce, odd choice klnda $8.35 to $8£0.

Sheep: R ccelp ta ISO. N oth ing done e a r); ; load iOO lb . .U ta h Iam bs la te T uesday W OO f re ig h t o a ld to coast, odd loU d rivelns |7 i0 ^ o w n .

SAN FB A NC ISCO U V EB TO C K -SO U T H S A N PR A N O IS C O -

H ogs: 1,200. L oad 173 to 103-lb. ^ b u tc h e r s » l d a t »9J0. Pew good . pack ing sow s $7.36.

C a ttle : SO. M edium to good beef s te ers la rgely $630 to $8; bulta $5 to $ 5 JS . ca lv e s : S. O dd head veal- era tB.60.

Sheep : 300. D ouble deck good 86 to 87 'lb . holdover Id ah o fed wooled lam bs $8J3. .

WOOLB O S T O N -D em and for wool i

tln u e d to d rag In th e trik rket. the U. a . a g ricu ltu re departm eu t repo rt­ed today.

Q reasy sho rn dom estic wools w en qu ie t a n d dem and for woolen ty |K wools h sa slackened com pnreil wUh business du rin g Uio la tte r iw r t of D ecem ber. Cables received by p r i­va te concerns In Boston rei>orle<l r

■ further s lig h t casing In wool price; a t sa les in Australln.

WTSIOID

Hew N allonalia t ThruBlo a t T oruel Turned B ack By

Oovernm ent Troops

iraN D A Y E . Krench-SpoulHh I ’lnn- tle r , J a n . 6 <U.P)-Si>aiilali loynll»(a ho ld ing U irlr Iliirn aunllt^t nnw ni(- tlo n a lls t a ttucka on riK ht niiil l< fl flanks, a*serlr<l w llti npjtn rnU ron- fldenre ( lis t tliry Jiiid hrokei tlie nu tlonnllnt (trlvr on 'iv n ie l.

'r tic rc WKH nn Inllm utloii In nn- llonullnl comnmaUiiipn w hlcti n irn t- loned iiiuitiacrrMCiil lovullxt n llurkn th a t thfl governm oiit foriTJi hixt Iw. g u n feollng o u t th e InsurK rnt Iliiri fo r a Weak sp o t wlili'ti n ilg lit iicnnii

> c oun ter offensive... Tl»e w ea the r In Ihn T rru c l m <- to r w as now rleiir. Ih i t <lcoj> riuiw still coverrd th e gronnil, roudn w n i covered w liti Ico or «k rp «liish, am oold w as lakliiK ii t<ill ron i|inral)ln U th a t of shrJIn and liullnUi iiinong tli< exhausted , hungry m en ra rry ln g ni th e l ig h t a t a U-miMrrnlurc of (ivi a b o w aero.

lEA ONFOniOSS

CH ICA O O. J a n . 9 OJ.Pi-A sha rp decline a t W innipeg checked f i t t i ­ng te ndenc ies In th e w heat p i t on •he C hicago board^ o f trnde today.

A t th e clos^ w(i^at w as >; to \

ilgher.I n sp ite of h ravy purchases, prUcs

.'crc forr'cd do«.n ffon l a h lnh rr oiwnlnK by reiUlzIng .salc.i. Enrly itrcnsU i wns due to substiiiitlnl. nd- /a n c r s 'in foreign jn o rk e ts . T rndinn n a ll Rfulns except soy benn.n on

c o n tm ct fo r Septem ber delivery started today by .o rd e r of d irec­tors.

Con) w as h ig h e r a t th e opening, n o ting e x p o rt 6 e le » -« f -n it ii ’1MW,- 000 bashels a n d th e especially strong position _ 0{_ Buenos A ires ,. w here irlces m ou n te d to new highs for the «ason. I n la te r dcallnBs. p ro flt- a k ln g took heavy to ll. .

G RA IN TABLECH ICA O O —G ra in range:W h ea t: O pen l l l f b Low Close

,Ioy ............ 05 .95 5 3 'iUly ........ .88>i ,88’i - ,8T,4 .87^

Sept. ........ .874 ,85S .80 '. .88SC om :[ay ............ 63 .63 .62 'i .62Sily ............ 62^. .03’; . 6 l \ .0 1 \

Sept............. .61*t .61!, .61 . 8 I _O ats:Lay ____ J l ? i .311i J I U J I SJly J 9 S 2 9 \ .29’i .» H

3cpt............. .28’i .28u .28’. J 8 ! iR ye : .

doy .......... .74’ i ,75‘i .7 4 \ .74Sluly ......... .70',4‘ .70 'i .6 8 \ .68?i

Soy B eans:May ......... .97‘i .08 .97 'i ,D71iluly ............ 98 ',.b

NEW Y O R K . Ja n . m a rk e t closed lower.Alaska Ju n e a u ...... .........;______ 10»;A llied C hem ical ................ ...... L...165’iAllis C h a lm e rs .. . 47'.iA m erican C art-.,............................75A m erican R a d ia to r ______ __ 12»;A m erican

T elephone T obacco B.

A naconda C opper ........................A tchison, T o p e ta i i -S an ta Fe Aiibtu-n M otorsD iilllinore Sc O h io ....................

A via tion .......................B e th lehem SteelBordL-n Co...........J. I. C ase Co...................................

, S t. P a u l & Pacific C h r js le r Corp.Coca 'C o la ......c om m erc ia l So lvents ...... ...........Com m onw ealth I t S outhern .... £ o u t^ O il- o f -D e law a re - C om P ro d u c ts ..D uP on t d e N cm ovirs........I ^ l i n a i i - K o d a k _ .

;trlc Pow er A: L ig h t.....G enera l E le c tric G enera l Poods ..G en e ra l M otorsG oodyear T ire ...............I iile rn a tlo n a M ^ arv es te r .. In tcm o tJo n a l T elephone Jo l.a s ManvUle K enneco tt CopperLoew s In c ...........M ontgom ery W ard ............N ash K e l v ln a to r .............

;lonal D airy P roductsNew Y ork C e n tra l .............P ack ard M otors — ..........P a i im o u n t P ic tu re s .......i C. P en n ey Co....................Penna . R . R ............................Pure O il ..............................

' C A U if GRAINCH ICAGO—w h e a t} No sales.C o m : No. 4 m ixed 68!ic to 59c;

No. 3 m ixed 6 0 'ic to 61H c; No. 3 yellow 63 ',;; No. 3 yellow 60‘ic to 12c; No. 4 yellow 58’i c to 60c; No. 5 yellow 67c to 68U c; rlo. 4 wHlte 69c to 00c; No. 5 w hite 67c; sam ple 660 to 66Wc. V

O&ta: No. 1 w hite 34K c to 35 ’.jc; No. 2 w h ite 34'}*c: No. 3 w hite 33Hc to 34c; No. 4 w hite 32%c; sample g rad e 3 1 ^ o to 3 3 c .

R y e : N o sales.B arley : P eed 40c to 60c, nom inal;

m a ltin g 60c to 87c, nom inal.Soy beans; Sam ple grade 89c; No.yellow B6c.T im o thy seed $3.60 to $2.95.C lover; R ed $30 to $35; sweet

$9.25 to 910.

I POTATOES I • ----------------------------------------------- •

FU T U R E PO TA TO TRA D ES • (QnoU U ona tn raU bed by Bndler, W egener A Co.)

J a n u a ry delivery: 1 car. $1.37; :loslng bid and ask, $1.36 to $1.37,

M arch delivery; No sales; closed, $1.49 asked.

SU G A R FUTURES Ja n u a ry . $255 to $2.27; M arch.

t i s a to $2.30; May, >3.30 to $3.31; Ju ly . 82.31 to $3.33; Septem ber, $3.33 to $2.33.

IDA H O FALLS POTATOES ID A H O PALLS—Potato m a r

itcady T \iesday. T em peratu re 10-40. jlear. W ire Inquiry m oderate, d e ­m a n d fa ir .

C ash to dealers, loaded c a r s -U . S. 0 , 1, 62 ',i-07‘ic . U. S . No, 3, mostly

43VjC, few 40c.C ash to growersr bu lk—U, S. No 40-60C delivered. U. S. No. 3, most

ly 20c.

CH ICA O O POTATOESC H IC A G O -W eiither, cleiir; tern

p rrn tiire . 3B; shipment.-', 009; nr- », 83; oil trnck, 270; niip|>llr.i

r n th r r ' llbern l; old hlix'k d rn iund ; m a rk e t: lilalio riwnet Bur-

biink.t; 1 c n r lino (lunllty la rg i $1.47’',; 2 rar.-i $1.42'(,; 4 ears $1.40;

rn $1 .37 'i; No. a 1 rn r $117’4; prac tlrn lly free from ru ls . 1 cm $l.37H ; 3 rn rn | 1 25; 1 rn r m ixed

), 1 $1,40 niKl No. J 11.13. Colo- do red McCUirefl. co tton sncks; 1 r $1.3.1; I cnr 8l.&2’i ; lii irlnpsacks c-nr $1.4a’v; 4 curs $1.40; 3 cnrr

$l,87’i . N orlli Diikotft miss trl- im plui; No. 1, I cu r $1.13; 1 r a i

$1.10; 1 c n r DO i>er cen t U. S . No 1 $1.03. Neliriisku l)lls.t tr iu n ip lu :

r$l.U 0, W lscnnsln round w hite; TH $1.30; l,)ll«i trliim iihs com m er-

fliil. 4 n trn $1. Mlchlucin ru sset in ils; 1 n i r $1.10, New stock de nncl nlow; inni’ki-t wrnk. Ixx-nl

llo r l i ta hllr^ tr lim iiiln ; Nn. 1 $U 3, lul No. 3 $1 33.

111., I n d . iind Mh'li. yellows $1 to $l.;i3 (AlriTt nnirn),

M i.Iio .y .ilrnc lH .1 to $1.48, n io h o w hites >1.40 to >1.4!V.M id i, yellows >l.-i;i U, $1.2'J’t . Colo, yellows ll.JA.

M urkctu lit a ^ d la n ccfilm 'ks hregiilMrly lower In quiet

Ford CharKcd W itji Anti-Union ActiviticH

n w N o m c o , jiu.. i lujii- XKConUrM or tlin Pord Motor com­p l y plant lit Richmond, Calif..

/ jf« n today changed with anil-union ' dlaerixDlntUon In a complaint Iliad

wlUi tite rwtluMi labor relatloiu .iMtn) by til* local unit of Um United AulomobUa ,Wackem, OlO nrilhaln.

T b * 6om pia ln ( M id p roduction a n d B M lo tm n M m ab « lu i Iiad been ac tive In th e u n io n m r a t>6t r«callea w h n tb e p la n t V«op«D«l l iu t m o n th

e)i<h«nnnlliir.ntenity on '

.1487,

-.UlO^ii- .n e e . .... i i* i

Reynold* Tobacco B ............S ea rs R oebuck ......................S hell U n ion O i l ........................S im m ons Co................................Socony Vaciium S o u thern PacificS tan d a rd B ronds ..................S tan d a rd OU of C alif.............S tandai^ l OH o f New JerseyT exas C o rp ..................................T rans-A m crlca ........................nnicm C arb ide es C a rbon ...U nion P acific ..........................U nited A irc ra f t ......................U nited C orp ......................... ..U, s . S tee l, com ........................

i c r B ros....................... ...W estap i U nion ........................W esllnghousc E lectric .......P, W. W oolw orth Co...............A m erican R olling M ills —

•A rm our ..............A tlan tic R efin ingBoeing .................Brlgga M a n u fa c tu rin g Co. C urtiM W rig h t -E lectric A uto L i t e ................H ouston Oil ;....N a tlo n a lJ )ls tille is N orth A m erican A vlatldn Safew ay StoresSehen ley DlstUlera .... ........S tu d eb a k er ......U nlfed A irlines W h ite M otors ..C hicago Pneiunatlc Tool ....O hio OH ...........P h illip s Petroleum ....... ......R epub lic Steel .................... .V anad ium ...............................

20^4 3394

. . . . 31 >4

N. Y. CU RB EXCHANGEA m erican S uper P o w e r ................C ities Service, com....................E lectric Bond At S ha re .............Po rd M otor L id ..............................

SPECIAL WIRECourleay of

S udler-W egener & Com pany Elks n id f . - P h o n e 910

INVEHTMENT TUUHTHF und , Iiiv........................... ....... . 110.46F im d, Tru.st, A ..................... 1 4 42Corp. 'IViiU ... t 2 I.-)Q unr. Inc. . ............ . * iia o

M ININO NTOCKHH unker lllll am i liiilllvim . . »I4-JSM in . C ity C npp rr ' .15 soP a rk C ity Consolld.Ut-d .....Silver KImk Coiilitlon . ...... ... I7.IJ,'.Sunsh ltie M ines . .. >12 in:.T in tio Ht«ndt.nl ......«4 90

MONKY/^NEW YOUK ; Miiiiey mlies re-

m a ln ed iiiU'hruiKrd indny.

m E iE iU R STOCK LOSSES

NEW YORK. J a n . 8 flJ.W—Stock.'? declined today, w ith losses ex tend ­ing to tw o po in ts in several leading Issues. Bond.^ were Irregularly low­e r. G ralns*w ere m ixed a n d cotton steady.

T he ito c k m arke t s ta r ted h igher; b u t tu rn ed ea.Mcr w hen th e re ti re ­m e n t of Ja s tic c S u th erla n d of tlic suprem e cou rt was aiuiounced.

T lie Prc.sldent's budget me.«nge w as construed a s hav ing bullish Im- p ilcatloas fo r tiie stock m arke t. T lie h tree t antlclp;»ted sh a rp gnliw In a rm a m e n t p.\i>endlturcs. althougii d isa p p o in tm en t wa.'i exprew ed ovcr^ U itsm nlH nuii'U iL ' Uf U lls l lc m ln the eitpcn illtu re estim ate .

R a ilroad n ^ s w as dlsconcertlnc. Including a c f p e r cen t declm e hi O ctober n e f - l i i c o ln e - o r c W road.s a n d a decline to a th ree -yea r low

I c ar loacilng.s.Dow Jones c losing stock a v e r­

ages; In d u s tr ia l. 124.66, up 0.05: ^ 1 1 , 29,12, o ff 0.63; u tility . 2053. up 0.02.

lies approxim ated 1.150.000 •es, ag a in s t 940.000 ' yesterday. 3 sa les ' were 165,000

again st 130,000.

• --------------------------------------I Local M arkets

BRAKES f PLIED ONO.S.SPENDING

P r c s id o D t A sserts B ocession H as Deeply Oot F edera l

QovcrnmeDt R evenue

(Krom p a t t i)In tere.st on iiie public deb t has r isen from >.->90,300,000 in 1932,

M r. Roo.srvo:t announced also th a t th e sovcrtim ent w ould cease a fte r J u n e 30, 1D38, borrow ing ad d itiona l funds In tiie open m arke t, I ts o ffe r- inc-' to bank;., p riva te Investors^pnd o thers will t;e llmltc<l to refinancing operntloiL-;, excluslveiV.

Borrnw from Itse lfFor new m oney th e gove ____

will borrow trom It-sclf by Investing In .spcTlal lr.sues fif gov'cnim ent ob- lIciitioiLs, funds a ccn iing from th ( old ngc rc.ser\-e account, th e ra ilroad mid Rovernm cnt employes, re tire m n it (iiiid.s a n d fw m the unem ployniciiL. im t - l u n d --------------------- —

DipiflTiB deeply In to categories of rx)>endliure cherished by congre; Mr. Roosevelt proposed m a jo r eco) oinies. iis follows:

1. C ut th e $280,000,000 highw ay fund In ha lf a n d fix expenditure ulilm ately n t abou t $100,006,003 ni mi;iily. R equest congress j i t th is M’.'.'-ton to c u t app rop ria tions ac- cnrdliiKly. A nd urge s ta le govern- inFiii.'i to b ring th f l r highw ay bud- pet.s back to norm al p re-depresslor

-approprlaU w re for new a n d -harbors p ro jec ts fro n

.OOO.OOO to $00.00X000; provldi

lU m ents. th e ir prevalence arid iome of th e rem edies. H e w as In- 'I te d a s g u e s t lec tu re r by H aro ld C.

■Moeller, ln s tru c to r‘ ln th e fii-st a id ;oursc he re ., Q uoU ng D r. J o h n M artin Hess, w hom h e te rm ed A m erica's g rea tes t foo t specia lis t a n d foo t surgeon, Ur. Jo h n so n w arned th a t a iling fee t lead to serious d isorders In h e alth . H e c ited D r. H ess as au th o rity fo r

;ialm th a t “th e s u ia to ta l of p a in fro m a iling fee t Is g rea ter th a n a ll o th e r difficu lties togctlier."

M ajor fac to rs he brought ou t w ere;

E ffc c t o f fee t upoo the body— T hdy c a n even cause headaches be­cause p o s tu ra l distu rbances resu lt from Im proper care of th e feet. —U se a n d a busc-^In walking a mile, th e average person c arries on his fee t a n agg regate to ta l of 250 tons. . .

. "W c .h an d lc ftp .o u t fce t.b y h eg icc l- Ing to r e s t them , shoe them p roper­ly. by. u sing them loo strenuously a f te r Illness". . .

S tru c tu re a n d funcllon.s—20 or 28 bones In th e Xoot. . . Body w eight is chiefly carried by heel, ou te r .side, ball a n d som ew hat by the toes.

'Buying PricesG RA INS

S oft W heat ........................O ats. 100-pouniB&rley; 100-pound lo ts ..........$ I.lo

BEANS(Q uotations given dally by five

m a jo r bean deale rs In T w in Palls.) U . S . G re a t N orthern s, No. 1..... $2iO

irthorniir tji tm j

U. S . G re a t N orthern s, No. 3....$2.00S m all R eds, No. 1.... ....................,$2,50S m all Reds. No. 2_________ ____ $2.40

No. 2s bulk to g ro w e rs .............. iPO U L T R S A T RANCH

Colored hens, over 6 lbs......... .V...jfe lo re d hens, 4 to 0 lb s ._ ............Colored hen s, u n d e r 4 iSs.... .......L eghorn h e n s .............................. .

'C olored roiK ters ..........Colored f r y e r s ................................L eghorn f o ’ers. over 3 lbs..........O ld cocks ....................... ... 6c

...10c(Above prices a re for A grade . B

grade , 1 c e n t less. C grade , ha lf price).

PRO DU CEN o .^ b u tte r fa t ................................... 32c

E gfs, In tr a d e .................. .P u llets, in trd d c ................

LIVESTOCK Choice lig h t bu tchers. 160 to

200 p lu n d e rs ..................O verw eight bu tchers, 210 to

250 pounders ...................O vurw elght bu tchers . 250 to

300 pou n d ers ................tn id c rw e lg h tb u tc li

160 pounders ..

. . .N ^ lC

... !>aoc

125 toJ7.25

H eifers . F a t cows V ealera .. L am bs ...

$7.00 ...$5iO

>3.00 $4.50->6.00 .$4,00-$5,00 $3.50-$4,30 $4.00-$7.00 ...........$7.00

MILL F£U1>H rnn, 100 pounds ....................... $1.23B ran , BOO p o u n d s ..........................$1.20Stock feed. 100 (w u n d s...............$1.40Stock feed, 600 pcninds...............$1.33

^ ONIONS Yellow .Sweet Bpani.sh, 3 to 3

liirhps .................................. >1.30Yellow Hweet a p an lsli. 3 hiehr;i

and up ....................................... $1.30

* l^ N V E R HKANS T

, m te flood contro l b u t fo r th e : being lim it r ivers and harbori k substan tia lly to m a in ta in in g

I'tl.'-tlng channe ls nnd Improve-lents.3. C u t rec lam ation a pp rop ria tions oiii $69,500,000 to''$G0.403,000; defer

lU tliorlzatlon of a dd itiona l proJecLs proJect.s now u nder c onstruc- a rc sybstantlftlly com plete.

P ro jects th u s to be com pleted u ltl - lately will requ ire fu tu re a pp rop rl- ilonft of $800,000,000.4. C u t public buildings app ro p rla -

ly js from 874rt00,000 to $53,200,000 if r Y x c e p t fo r federal a n d DLstrict if*“Colum bla con-*;tnictlon. lim it n il

bu ild ing to p ro jec ts w here th e cap- llnl investm en t will be re lu m e d th rough sav ings in a n n u a l ope ra ting co.sL'i. T h e P residen t po in ted ou t th a t m a n y new buildings cost m ore

o pera te th a n form erly w as pa id Jgr ren te d quarter's.

T 3 i«e proposeil economies, w ith _ i t of $493,000,000 In unem ploym ent

relief spending,ller slices generally th rough th e

federal s tru c tu re , a re o ffse t some- 'h a t by inc reases, notably In na-

;ional defense, crop loans a n d In- it p aym ents .a ll d e fic it estim ates, M r. Roose­

velt le f t a loophole for reduction by d e -sterlllza tlon of gold, treasu ry ho ld s $1,227,690,805 w hich could be used for c u rren t expenses

deb t re ti re m en t a t any tim e, I n idditlon, th.e budget message r e ­ported app rox im ate ly $91,331,000. In :a£li in Its w orking balance.

< Tw o R ecom m endations T h e budget messoge made twi

icglslntlvi}, recom m endations;1, Le(ii.slatlon or a con.slltutlonal n e n d m cn l to p e rm it th e Presiden t I ve to selected Item s In any npi

p rla tlo ii bill w ithou t vetoing the>111. V etoed item s would be icd to congress fo r furthei

co tu ldern lion .!. ProvlcU tiie C om m odity C redit .•poratlon w ltli adequa te cap lln l d au thorize I t ti

fund.s by iMUlng bonds K unranleed by th e U nited S ta te s . T he credit

iri)orallon now obta lits Its fund.H om th e RFC.Im p ac t o f bu.Hlnesa rece.sslon on eii.iury revenue w as reflected In Ir. Uoo.sevelfs e ^ lm a to 11:•llit.’i In th e 1039 flncal year would

bo >5,010,437,000, d iw n $401,000,000 $6,320,500,0^ cx|)cctcd th is

ily R llg h tly in o ri '

In i1unti% w th e " ro rfign '

I'O llK K iN NII.VI-:it NEW YOlllC Ihtncly Hnrniiiii,

bullion lii'iilrin, loduy <|uo(ed "fur* e lgn" silver n t 4 4 \ re n ts a Chin ounce. iiric'1mnnr«i. T im Inrliiniiliii biinii p r lre wun nu t qiKilrd tmluy. in* illrutlntc lliitl nilver for tlin nrtn niiii

01 avulluble la-low station.

.LONDON nA K HILVEIlIX5N1)0N - Mar nilver was nn-

i ia n g r d today a t 10 0-lQ |M-nrn nn Miners. Bunrd nn n t^rllng n t l3.(H)Jlt,

m|ulviiwan 44U0 iifn l.1 pa re d wHli 44,1» eentn F o rw ard nliver iilnd w as i a t IBH iwncfl an nunen.

1 BUTTER, EGGS |

ix)H a n ( i k i .i :h I>Oa ANOELEH n m tr i ;

:i;i(-. ilo,wn S c ; p rim r llr.>i linwn ■.'■r; ntandi>r<K '.,c ; undergra<lc 3'J

Kggs, unchanged ,

KAN KRANCINCO HAN n tA N c iJ H ;o Hu(

tieore 3 2 ''jc ; 91 w orn S2v; 3Jo; 80 sco rr : i l ’ .e.

O lieeae; W liolenuk tlnl% I InU 17‘ic ; Joljl.ing prlc•^^

Oowtioyi o f th e S ou th A m erlran , v t lu iow n M iK Uohw, -

] (u i)l> rr'tln i

mail guinii.•lit low er; ro ta It lower.

Kim hcrly Man U nhurt In W yom ing Accident

RVANH-mN, Wyi).. Ja n . 3 (iih - U o n a r d W, M niiiy , Kimlwrly, I d a . M c^ped .In ju iy t In a cur n ic ld en t heru yesterday , alllim igli liin au to wan demoIlJilird.

M artin clrdve liis i« r Into th e rea r o f lui o il tn irk d riven by V. O, M in- u lrk , K yuuiton. wlio wan Alightly In ju red In tlm riilll>iiim. necording to a re|)(irt from ttlieriri n a n k K N ftrrainore.

MIriTAI.S NEW Y O IIK m iinw lng a re to-

day'n custom siiieHers prices, to r d e ­livered m e tals (crnln p e r pound );

O opiw r: E lerlrtilylie H l 'i - l l ; cx- Ito rt .0 03-10 1A.

n n : Hpot ftirnlls 4 iS ,U a d ; Now York E as t fit

Ixiuls 4.60.Z inc : New York 3 33; K«*l Ht

Louin b.OO.A liinilm vifHin:

.ny. Am im, (iloiUrn |H-i : 3'i

30.gu lrkn ilvpf. (ddllain jw r flask of 7fl

Ib s l: a0.30.UJ 00 nom inal.'I'ln igsU ii. tH)wdored, (doilarn p

|K>und): 3.00.W olfram ite, CUInrse, (d o lla ri p

u n it) "1 |M m tta llln c o n ten t” duty l>ald: 24-30, nom inal.

17ie rainbow tro u t, foupd o f t tlin P aeirio eiinst. Is so name<| Imtuusi o f Iho h rlghdy co ln ted ^puin uii llj

a ir ,l£ggs: IJ irgo a i l 'i .- I

iirds 2 3 S c ; m edium 2 IB'1.0.

C e n tra l C alirdrnin n 24r; large stuiidiiiil.'v 2;ii ,

tun 33>:, nmali 2i)r,

CH K-AdO CH ICA O O llHU mink

ripi.s 3,in:i (24‘vc; Irsn lliHii rmn, 2M ; 'f r e s hg raded Hr sin, la i. 2:i‘ ,i-; )<ins th a nearn, 23c; sto ioxr r lir ik s r; freshclii-i'kn IHc ; t,t<ii»KC' d iliics 11le; freshillrtirn nil- It ircrliitfl J ic ; re-rilMeinioi' m nln : nluiiiliitdn 21c

ao’i r ; irlilige rato r

Iliilter: M uikriL llrm ei: receip ts;itm:ii)( Kii Ills : ex tra [ |m>ls 31',4nto JJo; Diln is X l«.c; tlrxlit :ioc to:ilr: Kls lo h|)eclal»31'.<1 lo 33u; S tan Ised ;in \c .

darils jam c n itr a l-

(.'iiwMi; •fwins IVo II. 17>. r ; d a l-slef, I'Mjo to 17*40.

U) r i ‘ >e; Icnshoi iis lT ,io

CALLH r o l l CONDITIONW AtlHINO'l'ON, Ja n . A <l)R)

C om iitniller of th e currriicy .1. P, T O C onniir' toilny c a lln l ii,i Uou uf iia tlo iia t banks aa uf U to. I I .

>,'•),2!)3,BOO.OOO coTI?1037 fiscal year.

Mr, Rix)sevell imdgeteti 11)39 fl;,1 year expendllure.s. exuluslve < •bl retirem en t, a t $6,800,043,000 iiii|>i>red w ith $7.40H,tlOO,000 rs ll iiled lo r thU year nud >8,001,200,

000 in 1037 fi.wnl yn ir .I 'ln d i Hatlsfucllon

J th o u g h th is InulKet e.stltnnlei d im in ish ing revenue for tlm llr.sl

.11 sin .'o tile fiscal year 1032, Mr lloo.ievelt found m uch satl.^factloi

th e nuccei»ivii reduction ul defl. s from tho >4,360,600,000 of tlin

fiscal year 103U, $2,707,400,000 In 1937, >1.0UU,IO().000 e stlm a te d ’li> rtlir

it flnciil y ra r to >0^0.<)00,000 iteil io r (lie fiscal year 1030. r in g the firs t 10 n iouitis of le n d ar year 1937 biisUir:..'v con-

dlllitnn Imprnved m ateslaliy ,” Mr. Roosevelt wroto In dlsappolnti-d ex­p la n a tio n why h is p lans liinl gone

Nation Semi-Crippled by Foot nis, Lecturer Says

A m ericans a re “ft n a tio n of Beml-crlpplea, a n d th r c c - f o u r t l u ^ f th e h u m a n i ^ e lioa foo t trouble."

T h a t w as th o s ta r tlin g a ssertion m ade h e re la s t n ig h t by D r. A. ^ Jo h nson . R u jK rt. w ho spoke before th e Red Cross f i r s t a id c lass a n d a g roup o f o th e r residen ts a t th e Id ah o Pow er aud ito riu m .

Jo h n so n 's ta lk f 'ou tlined f o o t --------------------------------------------------------a tu re o f -foot tro u -Causes an d i

bles—Elxcesslvc ce.vslve load, . . Severe Ulncfs. . . I ll- fl ltln g shoes, to o sh o rt, to o long, ibo po in ted toes. . . R ea l f la t fo o t b a congen ita l defo rm ity b u t abuse of ntfy fo o t c an cause w eakening of m uscles, allow ing fo o t to tu m a n d causing locked Jo in ts o r d isto rtion . T h is will cause c o n is on sm all toes, b u n l w - ^ ' l o u s in c en te r of b a ll of foot, In flam allon , Ingrow n toenail, ham m er-toe.

C o rrec tio n -H a v e troubles d ia g ­nosed, w ear c o rre c t shoes, o r have I>alhologlcal d is tu rb an ces trea ted .

D r. Johnso iv - exp lained p ro p er shoes a s fittin g snug ly in heel a n d a rch , w llh p l e n t ^ o f room across It)" hnll InilV not, to pressnga lnst e n d of toes, w ith a s tra ig h t h u t. p ro p er le n g th fro m heel to ball. l)roper w id th o f sh a n k , n o ex trem e h igh heels,

Hccl.^ th a t a re too h ig h , h e .ex ­plained. c an cause Incorrect p o s­tu re a n d -pelvtc troubles.

He offered a s a beneficial exer- cl.se; B ending to e s down, bending toes up. bend ing an k le down a n d th e n u p ; ' t u r n to e s In a n d rise on toes; p u t .o n e fo o t a h ead of th e o ther a n d lean forw a

MEfflSIPONfflrlUncss of I r a .M as te rs Is

Cause F o r S e t-B ack ; - Taylor ‘Too Busy’

Baby and Mother Doing Well After Hiishand Takes Wife from Hospital

W IC HITA , K an., Jan . 3 (U.R)—Ben Couch’s wife and baby were faring

•ell today, h e snld, on th e only bed In h is tw o-room shack, and he d id n 't van t any doctors to come nosing iround th e place while he w as oul

h u n tin g work.“ ie bahy was boili yesterday

a fte rn o o n .w lth o u T tftn en t o f.m cd i- ;lne. a f te r Couch ,storm «l Into the lo sp ita l w here th e doctors had liLs » lfe on nn o pera ting table, and c ar- •led h e r away In h is arm s.

relief, th'b to ta l expenditure;1939 w ould g reatly decline, Tlia th o b asis for o u r expcctalion ba lanced budget fo r the flsc.al yeti 1939.

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He th rea te n ed tlie n u rses a n d In :rne.'i w ith a kn ife , took hLs wifi ) a tnxlcnb a n d le ft h e r a lo n e th e n hile he w en t to a ne ighbor’s house

for help. W hen h e got hom e again found tiia t h e h a d becom e th e

fa th e r of a h ta l lh y , flve-poim d glri, hom he called Irllla .

M akes N o O bjections Mrs. Coucli. a r a lh e r a ttrac tiv e .

•Oman of 34. b egan hav ing labor pnhi.s 111 the c ab a n d bore th e child 10 minutc.s a f te r h e r , J ^ b a n d got h e r home. She sn ld she o id n 't knov ,'hy .lic acted like h e did . b u t shi lad e no objections an d wo-s com

pletely happy ab o u t tlio baby. .W hen th e po licem an rap p ed oi le door Couch h a d several th in g s LLCJUU

h a s ch anged th a t ouUook. Today is necessary to revise Uie estimate; of revenues. T liey will be le.ss th a r we h a d ftnUclpaled. They will, a: f a r as we can tell, rem ain below oiu estim ated necessary expenditures."

Incom e tax . best bu.slnc.ss baro ­m eter. w h ich is expected lo raise 52.692^00.000 in th is fi.vn!' year drops to $2,414,200,000 for the fiscalyear 1939. M LscellaneotLy^lnternal revenue jwlll be ffff fro n iW ,279,505.- Ow' to $3,100,100,000. Social security t ^ c s will jiim p, however, from $i71,W)0,000 to $598,000,000.

AAA Pro t r a m Jum psTlift a g ric u ltu ra l adju.slmeiit p ro ­

g ram Jum ps from $551,800,000 ' in 1037 a n d $442,300,000 In Uie cu rren t fiscal y ear to $586,100,000 In 1939. due lai-gely to co tton paym ents. For crop contro l It.self Mr, Roo.seveil budgeted- only $440,000,000 w hich m eans ho Is .standing on h is w arn ­ing to congre.vs llia t It m usl hold cost of th e new crop control bill to approxim ately th a t figure o r vote new taxes for Uie difference.

However, tucked away in .th e b u d ­get was $53,000,000 in custom s re- cMpis wlilcli m ay be d iverted to fa rm program Costs If neces.sary. Law requires th a t 30 per cen t of custom s rccelpt.H each calendar y e a r ' bn a llocated to th e secretary of ag rlcultiire lo cncouroge exjiorl or con sum ption of tu rm ])roducls by mean: of benefit paymenUs.'-

I ^ e s 5 I know a tm n g o r Iwo.” le said, " rv e go t m y wife a n d baby. ,nd perhaps I w ou ld n 't h av e h ad llh e r if r d le t th em dope h e r a h e hospital."

Couch Ls 35 n n d unem ployed. Hi piiLs no tru.st In a n ae s th e tics am Ittle In doctors, becau.'w he h a d an iperallon once th a t h e d id n 't con- Ider very successful. H e n n d wlfi

;hlld. a glri, 13 yean

mch su rren d ered h is s lx -lnch , peaVI hnncyed ^m lffr-w ithout protest.- T h e officer d id n o t a rre s t h im , b e-

,u.se D r. C. W. M iller h ad rep o rted th a t th o h u sband h a d m ade no ef-

to In jure anyone w ith th« weajKin.

T he hospital also .sent D r. L . B. u tnom to th e hom e to le a rn ]

Couch's condition. T h e pollcei ,nd doctor botli found th a t th e baby lad arrived n head of them nnd th a t pparcn tly th e m o th e r h ad borni ler cliiUi ;nicce.wtully.

Couch was convinced th a t 1* had Hvcd h is wife nnil baby from the loctors nnd wils ha p p y about II. He k'etil oul today h u n tin g a Job w llh , new incentive.

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Oregon S ta le college's stock judg­ing team , rn rJWlo lo th r O gdrn ilve»t<K'k exiMwltion, Btoppe<l briefly II Tw in P a lls for lunclieon ■I'lir.-.duy.

W ith th e tram was K ennrlli M in- ilek, Im lf-b ro ther of W. A, M lnnick.

•I'wln l-'alLi county oMe.sjor. K enneth senior n l O regon Utate.

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B O ISE . Ida.. J a n . 8 fU.PJ-Plr^ m eeting of th e s ta te board of. p a r­don s In 1938 was Indefin ite ly post­poned today bccauso illness p reven t­ed th e a ttendance of I ra H. M as­te rs . secretary of s ta te and a m em ­ber o f th e board.

.M aste rs was said to be suffe ring ' from a n a tta c k of Influenza.

G overnor B a n illa C lark an d Miss O raco G leason, th e secre tary of th e b o a rd . Interview ed those who h a d . com e lo a ppea r fo r p risoners s e e k - ^ ing release from th e p e n i te n t ia r y * ta k in g Inform ation to be used jw hen ' ■'le board meets,

A ttorney-G enera l J . w . Taylor, a n o th e r m em ber of th e board, d id lot a tte n d th : im prom ptu ses-slon

In th e executive offices. H e said he w as "loo busy."

T lie general repo ricd ly 'w as w ork- Ing on CMCS he_ ln io n d sj9 _ p rc5 C Q t_ to th e g rand Jury w hich will be ca lled a b o u t J a a 17 to Investigate s ta te affairs.

I t wns believed th e board m ig h t go in to general session by Friday .

Probate of Will Sought in Court

Pro bn ttN o r th e wUI . o f th e la te :rs, Luella M ay Bellvlile a n d .

Rrontlng of adm in lstro tlvo au th o rity to h e r surviving hnsband , Jam es E dw in Bellvlile, 82. wa.s sough t to ­d a y In a pe tillon fUed in probate

■t by the husband , rs. Bellvlile died Nov. 14, 1033.

m T w in Falls. T h e .e s ta te , de.scribed a s com m unity property. consL'Ls of a ra n c h valued af$6,000. Heirs In ­clude Mr, Bellvlile. a son, T w i i ^ Palls, nnd two daugh ters , r c s l d l n " n t Norwood, O.. nnd S .indpoln t, Ida .

Judge G uy L. K inney so t hearing for J a n . 17. S tep h a n nnd B landford a re a tto m ey s for th e petitioner.

SUGAR D ELIVERIES W ASHINGTON. Jo n , 3. (l].R)-To-

ta l su g a r deliveries du ring tiie flrsl 11 m o n th s of 1937 am ounted to 6,- 165,056 sho rt tons, raw value, com pare d w ith 6.070J33 sl)ort tom th e sam e period of 1938. tlie agrl- Clillural n iiiiL -.tm pnt^ rin iln l.trn tln . announced today.

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417 ToathB Join in 1 9 3 7 ; ~ “ N et Oaln o f 169 B 6y i '•

B eoorded

Pour hundred a n d seventeen youths becsm e B07 Scouta ta r th e

tim e durlngf 1BS7, « section of th e a n n u a l repo rt fo r the^ SD tke R iver A rea council, released th is attem ooQ , shows.

T he 417 youths b rought a n e t la ln to reg is tra tions In th e councQ o f IM . A t th e sam e tim e th e rep o r t shows 300 Scouts dropped b u t were reregistered.

N oir T o ta l 1.001T o ta l you ths now active ly engaged

Jn th e Bcout m ovem ent In th is cU num ber 1 ^ a g a in s t MB a t th e s ta r t of 1937, th e records show . T his num ber Includes reg is tered Scouts a n d Cubs. I n add ition 336 Scouters (adults) a re also reg is tered bring ing to 1349 th e num ber In Scout w ork a t th e presen t tim e.

T o ta l num ber o f troops in th e finake R i m A n a < n w cil w ^ g lv e r i a s 'M w ith tira Ciib p a ^ . one ^ b den a n d th ree lone C ub u n its also no ted ;

T en new troops were regis tered during th e year. T hey inc lude: troop 73, sponsored by th o s ta te school a t O oodlng; troop S, sponsored by th e Buhl L D. S . ch u rch : troop 47. sponsored by th e B uh l B a p tis t chnrch ; troop 73, sponsored by th e Btlss O range; troop 74. sponsored by th o -H a g e rm a n .X . D . 8 . chu rch ; troop 64. sponsored b y th e T V ln F a lls

■ R lw anU club; troop 71, sponsored by th e Second w ard o f th e L . D . B. c hurch . T w in f tU s ; p a tfo l 76. W en* dell: troops 48 and 40. e xp lo re r un its ,' sponsored by th e B urley L .^> . 8 . churU i.

F ou r S e -B e g b (e rI n add ition the re w ere fou r troops

re*regl8tered. Also esU bllshed, th e rep o rt shows, were C ub i t a 3 a t

• OasUeford a n d C ub packs 4 a n d 6 to T w ta PBUfc, , .

A n interettlQ c McUon of th e an> s u a l rep o r t ahow i th a t m ost o f th e

. n e w .B w ts JotaU jf du rin g 1M7 cam e I r o o eodkm unltlet v l t b a popula tion R m olnc from to a,«00 such a s R upert, JerooM. O oodlna. B uhl, ah o * •b o m a n d F iler. Seooad g rea tes t

j m n t e r cam e from eom m unlU et « iu i k populatkm of \M 0 o r less a s K im -

-i-teljr.-B e lle irue , 9 e y b u m , P a u l and Oakley.

A ctual figures on new reg is tra tions abow 161 of th e new ScduU cam* from com m unities o f 1,000 to 3.400;

o f 1^00 o r ea 6f 3,M0

to 1,000 (B urley); 67 from com m un* lUes o f 6,000 to 10.000 a n d above (Twin JW ls).

BnU, n i e r u d Twin fallBWill Send Jndfinf UnitB /

To U tah Show

^ T w in P»Us. Buhl. M e r a n d prob- - . i b ly K im berly F u tu re F a rm ers of

A m erica Judging te a m s -w ith th e •g rtcu ltu re Instructors from each school are sending Judging te a n v to < ^ d en thU w e t k ^ d for th e an n u al livestock show and Judging eventX

Boy» are entered from P . F . A. c h ap te rs In Idaho a n d U U h.

Five from Bvhl Five boys from B uhl w ith In struc ­

to r C arl H ennlhgs will m ake up to r w Judging teams. Thoae to p a r- t l c i ^ t e In th e crop and seed event a re Ju n io r W lllUms. A aron D ana a n d Clifford Stevens. I n Uie live­s tock event Jun io r W lllUms. E lm er W eaver a n d e ither BllIy^Taylor o r Volney I H opkltu will parU clpste. T he selection of tlie th ird m em ber o f th e team depends on lln a l p o in u In elim ination tests.

Clifford Stevens and B m ir W eav­e r will do th e Judging on th e poultry te am for Buhl.

F iler K nltan ls .At Filer th e teacher, H, T,

Schodde. plans to U ke a crop and seed team and a ilvrstock tesm . T hose on th f first team a re Jun io r T hom as, OeraM P Irk e tt and C srl KJass. Boys to |>arttcli>aln In th r livestock event linvc no t been selected._ A t Kimberly the new liislrnctor. O ordon 0 . WInii. announced to«lny th a t a crop and w ed tr sm and h livwitork team wotild probably b« sen t to O gden, bu t the personnel

' la toU ft-ldC L icd -uaU U aU suU t-uTn week.

At T w ln_Falls live Kiituro P a rm ­e r o f America Iwys and th e ir In ­structor, J. V. Brlgtin, niadft )irr|>ar- a tlons to Journey to Og.ten thin week to repre»rn t thc lr high school a t th e llveaiock show s n d . Judging events.

Leave T h n n d ayCom prising a seed and c rop Judg-

P fn 'lfy te am en try . th e -« )y s will IfBvn he re T Iuirsday. p a rtic ip a te m the judging events F rid ay and Sa tu iday und re tu rn T w in FalU a i H iin d sy .,

T hoee on th e seed und crop tram d e te m ln e d a f u r a survey of iw InU oomplled In th e new Judging sy tiem

. a n d com petition a t Uie d U trk i intmi In Je rom e a re ; M aurice O spns, D ean f lan n e r a n d O arl l la iu e n .

Bojra np rese iiU ng T w in M i s in a je pou ltry Judging event «ire irw ln ■ M e n a n d 9 m n Kuegsegger, ' a e leo tton .w aa m ade on th e s p o in t baaii a i U now being used Urely la g rad ing In th e Tw in i agrtou ltu ra l (ftaam .

A ll tt>e team s fro m thU secUon p lan to d e p ar t fo r O gden som ellm e on T h u n d a r and r e tu rn e ith e r ihU <*twd«er8u^

ctoimS S s IV«M»r »sv«g BfOYCLB a U n V L A N D OM — Pollee

“ ■ “ of luburbtnC hiefw-fn — ru iw o v n ie i

Qnnf BuraBk, of luburbtn Far- poney- tv

PWhkJinc irain hu home to work • '•o n a kloyele fnstoad of driving a

Team Duels Seen In First Aid PlanT en tative p la n s for o rganization

.S E s ta b lM m e n t^Instructor u n d e r th e W PA safely program.

................. ............................. ... I n line w ith th e R ed Crross hlgh-o fV rrst ’a id te am s In 'v o rio u s souU'i way safety p lan . M oeller sa id th a t

n o f p lans are now unde sU g ing team coiftpcllUon, were an-1 a id sta tion a t E d en

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JE n o M E . Jiin. 5 O p c c ia l)~ T h e Roy M erccr cafc wa.s e n tered w m e -

c en tra l Idalio-tow ns. w ith the a im of p lans’ are now underw ay fo r a f irs t 1 tim e Sunday nlg iit o r early Mon^ .. . . . m orning by a; ' ‘ '

gained e n trance th rough a rea r window from a n alley.

N otiiing of any value was taken . TlJC In truder raU cd a r e a r window

o n th e floor. A u tho ritie s s ta te th a t h e trw d to leave by th e r e a r door b u t found / t locked, and h e em ­erged from ' th e sam e window w hich h« h a d en tered .

T elltn lc fin g erp rin ts were- le ft on ,the stove, a n d sh e riff 's a u tho ritie s ■ on th e tra i l of th e cu lprit.

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