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1 Weathe P a t l y C l o u d y, - ~ S c a f t e e c l " S h o w e s OL. j5. N 0 ; l l g P e s d e n t - S o n H a s 1 m - E o - b o s t o n, A u g. 8 ( U P ) T h ( P e s d e n t a n d M s. K e n n e d y to o j " a t u h o s p ta l h e e t o d a y a n d b o u j - u 8h n g -b a c k.fo m.c B p c C o d. -T : by h c llc o p tc T - a x - h o u s.b f fo e.h e -T T e q u c k, t p c a m c.a f t e a b e f to s t e a t n g d a y -o ld P a t c k 4.D o u n d o u h c e n f a n t s s u ffe d ff d u n HoAp: S M M - Uh P e - B l e -. H S new 8 th e n N > > f l 9 K S 6 B WhUe,.J - J»A t. sm te sl pob< ; b m U paen chld weeks. nedy Tttst-1 * 11 GUSTAO BOJAS PKLLA htu> b... ex-dleu to ot CoombU. hnd t fc w u beln j *ou»ht b PoUee»nd f»my toop Thu»d»y on» e h ate ols * le m o Leon»lenlc» w u n encuela* T b e jfotennont Md the plot WM thw»ud. Bo- J u PlnlUa oled CelombU fom f T SJJ o n u h. ouk d to 1M7. <AP Wltpboto). *» * *. y h E x - D c t a t o ; condll q? S t e d - f o C o n s p a c y C BO aota. ColombU, Aug. 8 CTB -PoUCB today tested cx-pea- dent Ou»U»o BoJU PlnlUa on nnt. lonspeey chages u u t flew hl*r o f t ttm ou m u u y bmq le. j (» o E cu fc d o T e fcn o n 6 elo < a e«- A J H n l n f.. T t t l T ho fonne dctato, ou»t«l sx., - J k a s 8R0 by B mllluuy coup, had " jw e en n hdng snce Tuesday s h t when j»hce aded hs vsljome and selcd seven of-hls fou - - Smoft<es. F Po1!e«-sald-tojBa-Flnllla-]ed-a th e - p lo t Bmed o t topplng the got* p c e em m ent et F m ld e n t OuUlenho - L eon alenca whch was to hove been launched befoe dawn to- folll day. alenca s out ot the coun- p lc o ty meetng w th Pesdent Bom-. s tu uo B etancout of eneuelo n j th e common bode town ot San Cstobal. Accodng to govamment nfo* "?!, matlon, Rojas Plnllla planned to l l l donu U -fom e le u te n an t-g e n * eals dess unfom and telzo the.nnny»hllft htnfollo»ca-un«j J J le u ed a teost camwlgn ncludng the assasslnnuon ot gov- T? emment and mltay, offcals J : 9 cused of plottng to dssolvethe Bglc nauonal congess and close down opene< the county s mostlnnuenuaj nua newspapes. n u 1. county L n c o l n E a O p e n s F d a y S A t S h o s h o n e F-E R O B H O N B»A ug-8- T he Oth«-nnua! Lncoln county 4-H fa beef c vlll be.held Fday and Satu* day.h l al Shoshone w th youth ac- ng of tlvlues.to hghlght th e t?o-day noon, event.. A p«a paade wlube held a t 10:30 a jn. :, -tn., wth g HBg;fttalDg-MJS= clubflj Bony at noon, steet spota a t fom ) 1J:30 and anm al fttng.a n d well a MOttlnu contest a t 3:35 p.m. An club; C wd tme dancf wul be held a t ente..the, Uncoln sehooj audtoum T he «# pjn. Pday. bulldl On Satuday th e flag-asng wads e o n y at"b a3nwhn)efoh0w- tes a M by 4-H and PPA llvesock each y lulgns contests, w th th e 4-K The wme economcs judgng contest oe ho,y> K held a t.th a t sam e.tlm e buudln W 4-H and PPA Judgng qual- quate o( dnly anm als to be held (Seo 10 Sn.. AcuHual dem onstatons t > a..kljssbs *y» meetng s scheduled. PL - M } Redskns WlU Buley»Jsmboec a t s p jn. a t the mssed a westen> dance wll yeas. 5 < 1 a t the Lncoln oud- 120 nw 2 «8:30 p jn. w th Holland h e ho Holly) Houfbug s o* y eas bunshng th e musc. age of o T! J *«ft hobby exhbt, head o S,, 8 contest ond olhe u e.. S? WacUons fo adults and Kels< hls j-cft. TlB womens fst,b w k asy bltentced n the Wool < J w o-*ponsoed flowe de* ove U;» ss... <5the attacuon been sj «sn >e acll e a u e m tlo n sale* h contest w lnaets thf PU Kelse ;he. - pudy,-... * : «Showes l e n t - S N e w - as Taken EoWoseJ ; (U P) The alng nfant son of Kennedy took a tun fotho.wose day and bought the chef executve,capccod.thepesdent etuned -.M us.bffoe-hejad-planned.to.do 80..afte a bct.consultatlonwth-doc**.. H d Patck Bouve Kennedy.- The fant s suffeng fom a beathng dffculty whch wosened dung the day.... H H A fte landng the Tesldent H went mmedlncely to Chldens 1 Ho.nptnl Medcal cente to talk 9 wth doctos. H e Secetay Pee Sallnga H H a told newsm en * e PesldeD t new son b encounteng nceas- n g -n e w -d lftlc u lu e s-tle e -o n gong to be some tests taken m. th e n e x t hou whch wlu gve us addtonal nfomaton. Mean* WhUe, th e Pesdent s gong to - 7 ",7 hts-hotel-to*w alt-fo-t«bu lt«-of tho tests." H k Salnge sad these wee blood tests assocated w llh the oxygen poblem* of th e nfant. T he beothng dffculty became ap* paent wuhln a n hou a fte the H fve ond one-half weeks pem atuely to Ms. K en- n e d y jv to a foce base hos* 9 7 * Salnge sad n hs 3;S& p jn.. ED T statem ent th s t no sugey KLLA hns been contem plated and none olombu, had been pefonned. Uee and u,e chld was n se* f on a oua dange, h e epled only focble jjjo t th e condton of th e chld gow l nl Gull* 1, than ths momlw." and ; R chad Oodlnal Cushng, j, Boston. a close fend of the U - s m onng, th e pesdent s A vblted the hosptal befoe gong sto o n to Cape Cod to seo hs wfe cat 1* w ho w as epoted n excellent w a c o n d l t a n d ecupeatng well t fom the caesaean.»cctlon. * A t th o t tm e he confeed d w th doctos w ho gave h m a do y hopeful pognoss. T h e chlds. mm condton em aned th e s a n e nght, but appaenuy gal nlua on w oseneg dung th a day. - ==;4841tams & S $39,974 at F >t-hls fol*... FLER, Aug. 8 A goup of 4 a-]ed-a the-42nd-annuauan-8ale-hee-\ the gpv* pce of $39,974.50, announces J s to h e Natonal WoOl Gowes law n to* sellng am s wee Suffolk studs he coun- pce of $ Ben Oneda, Sh mt m -. a fltud conslgned-by-rodney-waj jus ond hghest sellng ams wee Suf :; lngs Sl.!S E l m o e K c k s Sw SLfs; n f f oh.7 olgn n*, J Suf o h S F a S e a s o n - wos oc 6C E N N SE B R y,-a ug. B-Th8 b» T. : lolve the W»Blc olley X8B3 fa season Ruffe MS down opened T husday w th the second avcog fluenual annual Slm oe countyjalc.whch Bownl uns though-satuday.-llncoln pen of county fa opens Pday and Fed H the Cassa.a n d Ooodlng evenu 1 1 ae scheduled n ex t week. A l l Judgng w as u nde way a t tl»e A l l J fagounds a t O lenns Pey to- l a v y* epots Heb Edwads. J county agent. Judgng ot 4-H fat j Q beef began o t 0:30 ajn.. and Q 0 Judgng o t hom o economc exh lblts wos held a t 10 a jn. F F l T he O the ju d g ln h e d t«l 7T " ~ -H fa beef d a e s a t l:3 0 0Jn 4-H W T Satu* day at noon. ftung and show- P.vS) juth ac* ng of day and beef ths afte- MW. c two-day noon. }cw c A paade s scheduled-fo8:30 "ne dl a t 10:30 a jn. Pday w th tou dng lgm J : clubatq-nntlelaat>. Thee gbups. J f J " [» n s a t fom M ountan Home wll de as 5 ng. and w d l as th e Thee sland Rdng p.m. An d u b ; Cvc goups aod club# wll sn held a t en te floats. lltolum T hee la b u t one pemanent comm buldng a t.the falgounds.-edt -wane ;-alslng w ads sad, b u t h e added faclll- envoly ffotlow- UM -awtx-feted-totw exuded u,«tf lvestock each yew. # ne the 4-H T he hom e economc dsplays unus contest oe houjcd n. a new 100 by 42 tvty, ne.tlm e buudlng.but.lvcstock entes ae boke g qual- quateed n tempoay sheltes, tuce 1 be held (Seo FA R SEASON. Page 8 soldes B u l e y S h e e p m a n M s s e d R a m S a e lled.. PLE31. Aug. 8 E. R. Kelsey. lns WlU Buley -sheepm an. h a a - n e v e 16J8- H. a t the mssed a Plle am sale n 48 a wago nee wll yeas. Kelsey, w ho lves on the place 1 oud- 120 ace an c h n e a S u e / whch nea B Holland h e hom esteaded a numbe ot Altho g s o* yeas, ago. s stul actfve a t the fomng lusc. age of TT y e a n and bouht 1< e e p a exhbt, head of am s to th e Wednesday has olsj 1 olhe u e.. catue. lls and Kelsey ecalls th» am sales yea he somens fst.begon n 1B17 tnde the out on \t M w tho.u uw n lba a n d, e SS S ffssssss» -.SSpan.n., e g e. a l l e f e w s p a p e l D TWlj son of, l t 1 wose - s ah h»:utye H H f J tumed B j 80. th-doc- The tathng )sened Resdent hdens to talk B a ln g esldent beeoe taken n gong to esulta-of blood e oxygen T he ame ap* sfte the one-half K en - lase hos* p jn. sugey md none ted*"only MALBAGS LEFT BEHND by band! :he chld gow L ondon m all (an T busday ae l. and auway wokes fom nneoupled lt& G a l e R e v v e s M aa M. P la, Aug. 8 t*v a E>esldent S A evved Al«ne, fst h e gong stom of the ffm hul* fl hs wfe cane season, chuned to- t B l excellent w ad Bemuda today w th H -obllvlonalene-tegcncmt-f onfeed ed Wednesday nght, shps [ h m a docked he top w nds a t ja c k c J chlds 60 mles an hou n squalls. P o ffcc. -m e Mam weathe bueau le soma a w they would ncease to >*«nu y gale foce today. a n d 1 y* - p a a t...- h a u l ms Sold fo. Maas. at Fle Sale s OtfCf A. goup of 484 ams wee sold a t n-8ale-hee-wcdnesday.jo.:atqtal announces M. C. Claa, secetay Bevns ool Gowes assocaton. H ghest «o-p uffolk studs wth an aveaga sale n fj n Oneda, Shoshone, pad $335.fo.RodneyWafeld,.Cambdge. Sec-, b o ams wee Suffolk Hampshe yea- mg a lngs wth an aveage pce *tu v of $ Bll Smth. Bose.» L K S pad $750 fo a jwn of sx... conslgned by T. B; Buton, m ent ; Cambdge. Make Suffolk yeulngs solsnfo an RHllK aveage pce of»8fljl. Foest The n Lason. Blackfoot. pad *1BS pe te 3 a head to a~ pen of two consgned mles. 8 The b» T.-B. B uton, CombldRe; coveec season Ruftollc am lambs sold, on th e cossln e second aveage fo»47k. C hale b a tte lc.whch Bownng pad $00 a head fo a lght 1 -Lncoln Pen of thee consgned by M s: teephe lay and Fed Hoelsle, Buhl. n.-t, OW ty J.U,. A l l Q u e t K ta t y to- a glnee p 3 O n K o e a n S. mlo ex- T. l n p C *lat ;j,ow- D v s o. Koea, Aug. B cuftcd S nfw- MaJ. Oen. Chales P. Leonad. new commande ot ths fonu Ped U fo-8-30 "ne dvson, sad todoy th e K o- eman t,4nff ean tuce Une has cooled oft. d fo. JM!. Leonad, who assumed com- e em 5 ttwn«h»/-th»-lm-mvalj-y-<«j*jw a th a Wednesday, pedcted. T h ee W ht 5 : won t be anythng else sulng by one ub* wll,m e.-, T he Rcneol told newsmen h «manwl com m unst Noth K o e a n s, >d8.-wt -w an e d.to.fln d out f the 1st 1 faclll- cnvbly dvson w nsale t W ell. f " J l; tpanded u,ey ftu n d oul7t ht l»l"cavalt s alet.- " f. dsplays unusually heavy patol a c- * 0 by 42 tvty, and occasonal fghtfng jle s ae boke ou t. nt spo jo n g th e f " sheltes, tuce lne afte thee Ahelcah ate 81 soldes wee klled July 20. ; e p m a n H a s N o t m S a l e n T O e a s Kelsey. U tah, and came- to. dato n n e v e l&ls. H e-ecalls th a t h e dove WAS! 9 n 46 a wagon adteam :to get to thtf T he 166 on the place. whch he homesteaded comotlv< whch nea Buley. would Y. be ot Although he has eted fom ageeme a t the fom ng, he stll ases Suffolk to Wash u jh t 1<»heep a n d. fo the last 10 yeas thees nesday has also been xolsng Heefod dspute. catue. Nealy evey- day ot th e "f th n sales yea he des hs saddle hose ths go te the out on he ange to check on sad Sec othes the cows. lad W l s. - e kelsey slated t h o t n the Wltz d v e attondlng am sales, he has had m lt to t e st b e M s u p s and downs" b u t th a t m en but ne had also, seen hs shae of ence: lop pces bought fo am s Je took fo DgvlUe, -(Sea 81EEFMAN, paga 2) ageeme; e w s p a p e l D u t e d. t o. S e c T n g. a o d. J. TWN P A L L S / D A H O. THURSD BND by bandu who obbed the G lu* 1 EngU 1 T busday ae unloaded by palotflce bue< am uncoupled coaches a t Chaddlngton, ZOO.OO * M.. j Masked Bam f Btsh Mal w th R E CHEDDNGTON; England, An 20-to-30-ma8ked-bnndt«-decoyed Shps [ nal tan to a h alt wth a fals >ds a t jacked the engnee and escaped v quals. ) offce sad may excccd a mllo wtto dollas). Executed n 15 mnutes, and bolde.t tan obbey n B - - paable obbees n tho Un ted.81 haul wo.«.$ ta k e n : asfa ug. 14 fom a mal J ; tuck o u tsd e Plymouth, Mass. T h e loss s lkely to be vey l f O l / heaty and m a y.w c.n n.ln to :.. C J. seven fgues." the Btsh post- T a Dtfcf sold. T hs s th e fst at* l \ 2 s o ld a t t*c>s on ft tavelng poslofflce n ft f n fn tho 135 yeas of hel hstoy." By u t Q t a t a- t c e t a y Bevns pomptly odeed a 10. unde, l g h e s t OOQ-poaa ($23,0001 ewad So today jo s a le nfomauon leadng to the aest tgge -fn convcton of the bandts. th a t d -a Tho about. 120, 000 ac,«. o t c - j,bgs o f egsteed mol contan- southw e y e a - m g a lage quantty of used but A t t :e p c e *tu vald cucncy whch was of lan, B o s e. elum ed to London fo e* nnuom n f o fv pocesstag. Thee wee epots atate Ol SX tho hall also ncluded a consgn- poted auton, m ent of- damonds fo H a tto n he~2c M aket. Londons gem U adm g eale. Foest Tho bandll.t stuck shotly a f- m j e 81BS pe te 3 o jn. a t a Hnl cossng 40 th e ansgned mles nothwest ot London. They on ldre; coveed the gecnslgnal-nc-lhe d l.o n th e cossng wth a glove and p u t Belwec C hale battees behnd the ed sgnal to <,»d fo a lght t They also c u t alway b l m v by M s: telephone wes.. -p jo - O abed n covealls and va- m no ~ ous types of masks, the bond 1,000 fl boaded the tan wth dubs and choln on b as as wsspons when en- e m a glnee Jock Mlls, B8. halted hs the sts J, desel engne. Mlls was clubbedjo Some smashed wndows of th e malned C fst two mall coaches a n d bases. 12 cllm hs<l»ll»nu 3»ey.9und th e them lalry wes, -They hand- chonge B - 1 cuftcd the asslstonl engnee.. o tt C-eonad. Davd.W hlujy, to MlUs, uncou- jhowcn «fonu pled th e two cooches fom the --oss th e K o- emalnlnjf 10.cas of the tan -nd e d oft. h d foced the engnee to m o v e d com- e engne nnd twd eas a mle m fa th e-south p T hee W htby sad late h c was lold sulng by one ot the bnndltsj f you shout. wll kll y w. q a Tho band unleaded. Ue mall h» «t ** bdge ove a naow 196 county sad and dopped them to -«n.w a llln g -o n -th e -o a d.a feet below. Then sped away. 19f. T M S 196 tm the Supt. Malcolm Fewel ot Buck-. -N l Tho mall taln cned no pns-. sengca. About SO postal wokes Femen Called- t -ToAashngton SS dove WASHNOTON, Aug. 8 f P** to th e T he 166 local offlclalso fu elo ou t-w e stended comouve femen * u n o n who J would have the fnal say on an Suffolk to W ashngton nest week n case 0 yeas thees a beak n the allood tnnno* eetod dspute. tay-ma o t th e "f th e s s to be an ageement The > hose ths goup-has sot lo be hee." andel eck on sad Secetay of Ubo W. Wl* ved n lad W ltz. n ln o.p n the Wll* ddnol ndcate whethe Wedne.v las hod m lt to th e.unons geneol cha- nea e; t th a t m en b u t ho told a news confe- students lae of ence: "We ae eontmulng to the Cha ms Je took fo eey posslwwtj- of a a angng b 2) ageement.- Jtous.th \\ ng.aod-m Dtng.the Gowth of lne T H U R S D A Y. A U G U S T 8. 19~G: ~ :, f ", v e G lu* England. T be bandts m ade off wllh mo lotfleo bu ed mall wbleh one otlelat.aald mlgl lngton, 1 ZOO.OOO pounds (UOO.OOO), (AP wlepboto) Bandts Rob Mal Tan E n g la n d, A u g. 8 (/P) A b a n d.o f q q.q n d lt» - d e c o y e d -th e - G lu «g u w -L u n d o n c S d J w th a f a ls e s g n a l to d a y, b la c k - * sched a n d e s c a p e d w th lo o t t h a t t h e p o st* * " :ecd a m llo n p o u n d s ( 2.8 m llo n Bane n 15 m n u te s, t h s w a s t h e b g g e s t expects jb b e y n B t s h h s t o y.. O f com * new le th o U n te d S t a te s, t h e b g g e s t c o sh -w - w The c S 1 C e w s D o u s e S! - G e m S t a t e s only a sh poat- T > T * R a g n g F n - e s s s s : lstoy." By UnlUd Pess num au onal nppolnt Regnald a cew -o t m en -b o u g h l - Cena a 10,* unde, contol o t mld-momlnr the f ad o today a cluste o f Wghtnlng- connldct le aest tggeed ango ond goa -tes mns ndlts. th a t destoyed m oe than JOO.- tasfc j >out accs n the ollng hlls of tle cgl; contan- souuwcsten daho. «scd but At tle same tme, the bueau ch was ot land manarcment. Ue Bose... f> o- nnuonal foest a n d the daho * L epots *tate foesty depotm ent e- consgn- pod contol ot vtually all of H atton the jqo f g d ty ghulng A -» t uadmg eale n the week.., - Tolal aceage lost was wtl* y l >tly of- m aled ot m oe th a n 100,000 accs sslng 40 t h e m ajo poton of whch vnd p u t Between SO.OOO and 130,000 aces po R T lgnal to of ange land potected by the g m alway gm wee lost n southen doho, vales - p o dlspatchbs-epoted only nvason d va- m no njues to th e moe than tes has le bond 1,000 fletlrhtes w ho bottled the souccs :ubs and chan ot blazes acoss the west* publc hen en- e m ond noth-cental -pats of Qdonol Jted h s,th o su te ond no loss ot hum an - m fon clubbed.o anm al lfe. * j. pga M ost of th e fefghtes e- Uot D of th e malned on th e lnes ot the lage cushed es and,bases.how eve.tobeglnm oppng hous ot und th e them u p -b e fo e tho.weathe Monday, hand- changes.... tdt»7 PoccasU called fo moe fone < J?? u l *"** thundcshowej ddven acoss.ue stale UU aftenoon B n a S o f e ; : - T a f ( - D e a f h s. S 5 S daho d S." 5"ppl! s:...»s., M J S M o ale olley v.u cj ; S S?. 7 c K Mne-Foen-St :ss YslHs oe q J - T h*a ssooatlon fo W old. They- C U T avel exchange, a non-poft T out ta student sevce oganzaton de- the Th 8 B Pltalty tous and vsts though* afenoot the 6 o u t-th c -U n ltt-8 ta te.v :l* spon* Memoal - - h n song a goup ot nne studenu and had on tn *ea Wednes.J gaton moned <**> n»usday and PWday. ac- studen n case codng to W llam Oange.Uo-30 yet alload Chambe of Commece sece* Umdylng tay-managc., a/e DavW cement The tou, headed by Jnck te Oass. hee," andely a n d Oall T u n e. o.;lschmuu l. Wll* ved n Tu-ln Palls n the twotswtzela nne * passenge stauonwagons ennd: fhethe Wcdne.<day n g h ta n d wll slay CecU at n mh. nhl Fday m nm ng.- Sevenland Paul cha- nea d e n ta ae housng the! S m t ;onfe- students dulng th e stay and en- them ng to the Chambe of commece s a* New Oe o f a a angng sjght-jeelng tps and Knoxvlle, Jtous Ujfoughou the valley... Mexco C wlh of ( jn e wlgated daho.counuca B. 19G 3 ~, E E z H l M t f e - O..W A S x H c a lle d c bll b n< w th a g e o m P c.sd c g u m c n t jcqlnl them e >- R - ond poll: th a tm e.v S g lp a M. ments. T h s vnnces. U v o n d pe though nuclea < Avh5»,"7. j 31kQ S T he P L 1- * -vcyng-u k S?T f - - DlLflLAl -?T. notons J< Btan n 4 t o P. clen phce. n ade off wllh mo«than 100 b a n of t - wate, offlelat.sald m ght be woth u mueh as Becnu«. (AP wlepholo) Jems, un n o t be bl o h L e g s l a t v e T? some es, L o u n c u E y e s j s s e F s t M e e t n g a a s e f. n m - T n.-n e.». = a m n o n ceated daho legslatve councu f N -- b la ck - s scheduled to meet fo Ue fst e post* heo Fday. k J U. Bep. Pete T. Cenams.a, R.. m llo n B]Bnc. house speake, sad he X M g g e st expects all 14 membe* of tho U f com * newlegslauve am to attend X v a t c a s h "W tm s- openng a t 10 y a..;.., n th a senate a m b e. /. «A S ; ; The nuncu e m le d hynsa m Rled s e dung the lwo*yca lnte>-nl be* p a n es S tween leglslnuve scsslons. l t has s c p ts only odvsoyftutholty. L p u b lc t t ncludes eght men who oe endoflc p c membee by sututo os legslatve, leades, and slx-othes who wee ton t lauonal apponted. bought - C e naussa-sald. bu sln e as.at momlng the fst meetng wll nclude l l n jhtnlng- connldcvtlon of a full-tme ad* t) T A a la-tes mlnlslno. dscusson of the J nn 100- " d out fo the councl by 1 { hlls of tle cgt-lnlue ond consdeaton - "* of councl commttees, to be J u l u.... apponted by hm nnd by Sen. y ; p,c.d. t p ent e W- today. gmng - T w o - R e p o t s - l - K G v e n b n L H S - H a t L F g h t, :. f 00 aces p o R T AU PRNCE, Hat. Aug. h by the 8 m Pesdent Fancos Du* f,2?. n doho, vales govenment clams the H ed only nvason of Halt! by lao aa ex- H e than nes has been cuahcd. but exle. j?,* ted the souces n the Domncan Re- h } 10 west, publc nsst Ue nvaden ae hum an - m fom otlon M nste Oeoge S J. Fgao sad n a communque M ukes e s e- Uat Duvallea t o o p s had J -olng e lage cushed th e nvason otte seveal a l«." noppng hous o t fghtng m noth HalU 1 He f weathe Monday, H e j amed Ue e to. t n g u moe fome chet of staff, hnd been. compa showes dven nto the neghbong M neyno tenoon Domlncon Republc. 1 le, w The govenment placed the sze M.and o of the nvadng foce a t about Lj espn,, 100, o one-fllh o t w hat Ue h offl h e gbds-clnlmd. hggn bakj. p/v ftto souces n Pot nu Nev.. t Pnce clalmcd cnntfve was stlu M Wallac on Mnlnn so pessng hs dve -J Uls m to-topple Duvalle.... n -n add 141 A ebel spokesman n the Do- y tence. mncan Republc accused Du- p stot4 vales egme of ssung false ( Bums. ol; v lc lo T la ln a fb -ty -n h d -d n - D T X couage H atans fom Jonng [.} gated the nvades., jgn-students Ae-: alls on Exchange Pj -W old, T hey-vlslted-the-b nake-r lvet so n O a -poflt T out fam, noth ot Buhl, and Cavens: on de- Ue Thousand Spngs aea es; yosen «L-hflt.l.Thmay monng and Thy ty PanClsco tough* aftenoon they saw the Pelne They p spon* Memoal bdge.- S hoshonetolu Pday m( tudents and had- the doho system o t tou to?edncs. gaton pxploned to them. pak; Ch s. ac- Students on the tou all ae l»ck lo f Jange yeas of oge ond all ae O ange sece* Mudyng m O.S. schools. T he/ on ths a> afe Davd Shutte, E ngland; W a- llcves tho Jncklle Oass, luzua O oune, May fo nten e. a-ls chm uu and Paul Mulle, all developed! twotswtzeland;.m ae ODlscoll, feels thnt vagons eland: Noa Lange. AgenUna; tlnued on 11 Slay CecU an De Lnden. Belgum, oppeclate 3even and Paulette M alhe. Fanct. call fom g he bo lu, tfle m 61.hnvc Uk* " HehbX ly and en them to W ashngton. D.C.; opeate w 1s a* New O eans; Texas Cty; Tex.; n futue «and Knoxvlle, T enn.; Tupelo, MJss.; gam Jf tj y.. Mexco Cty; El P m o, T e ; Tue- ed. F Ed >.CounHca K e n n e d ; C O n Ban H E.."WASHNGTON.%Aug,-8 (/P )-- called on the senate todny to nppn te.st bnn teaty.wth Runsa ns a m secuty of.the Unted Stntes nd sccuo and peaceful wold." n a mc H, tng the-pact befoe tho senate, K< th at no Hccct ageements wee w th the teat ban accod. Ths t H - B g e o m o H t f - w d J h c Pc.sdcnt advanced 10 a* H gumenta fo a e n a t e ap- 1 -> U H J n ta n L o Q h e - U n p x c c c d e n t; H ed. a g e e m e n t, but the 1 1 * 0 them e w hd m n thofl most of.them was stated n lls sec- A. ond pont, a fte U>e assuance / U C hanneo-w cb -no-gecel-b gee* H nents. WASTH *Thls tenly." he snld. ad- Tlo po; vnnces, though l does not assue, on the S wold pence; nnd t wll nhbt, ctczed H though t does nbl pohbt, Uo essay an n u c le a a m u ace," tw a s d c T he Pesdents messago con- gesswom.vc).-lng-ua.pacu.to.thonat«.fo M embe H! >** ctcal U.S. test, cnme nt Ue spokesme K S n? Btan nnd Russa n subscbng commltle, to the polobltlon aganst nu* bus poj. clea weapons tests n the atmos- contamln phee. n oute space and unde Rep. W of t - wate. R-. Wyo, lueh as.because ot enfocement pob- fnal day lems. undegound tests would Rep. Oa n o t be banned»>y th e pact. aulholza Senate appoval by UB nece*- the benef sny wo-tllds volo s expected Halso n about a m onth, but not betoe dolla B some esevatons to the ban on the a go 7 P C atmosphec, oute space and un- tlon o p( dew ate blasts ae cgulecd. W ate ; Sen. H eny M. Jackson. D.. subsdze n O f Wa-0>.. fo one. s callng fo scl- poject **0 (See PAN PACT. Paga 21 (See Btl B jw ly. Solos Uge ] s.n, R.. 51 Fo TFX Col unoff compkton between tho tv!>-n be* panles fo tfo TFX fghte plane u -t has scpts of testmony yesteday at cl< publc today, Sen.-John-L.-McClella who endosed the dea of pttng genon ho wee ton and Boeng company aal... showdo n e a s - a t could b, Man Cools Off n Jal Afte J Jump n Rve s s n M?- f HAOERMAN, A ug.8-a K comm* m, sen 4 (,.y e a.; o d. cnllfom ln t m an of ; m an was stll coolng off 0 jubcomm - M. today, b u t ths tm e ts n e ndvoc t f c n county Jal sen. K a L t s - H -w hee he-w as-senlenoed.lo- v u t k ] tlve doys by Tw n Falls thought" f-a u s tlc c - o t- th ff - P e a c e - A l- f Robnson o beng dnmk y n a publc place. ; nemltun h U W «dnosd ay aftenoon- L no ovc O D ell.o 0klnnd, nov*th,,, l! C alf, was pulled out ot tho w ate nea S lgas, F T housand Spngs esot J? a otte nttempung lo swm P acoss tho Snake ve. Of-- ut exle n Uely. B h n heavy boots. appaenuy en ac.j mt Ue ve fom»upeson Ue boat dock. They quoted - McQlel) Oeoge K hm a s sayng, "Nobody Ueo wn nunlque M nkes m e anyway; m Just m stake s had d gong to swm acoss that the huge seveal n ve. nomlcs. h HalU 5 He wos escued afte go- n sue: «* tn g unde wate seveal ths, McC ta y e,-a a -tfa n es-b -tw U o Jo -P o w e- tho-6«sc: d been h, company employes. Don : compols< hbong lj Reynolds and Oene Ove- unoff co M le. who pulled hm out my judgn the sze M.ond adm nsteed au flda ablty fs t about tj espaton. volved." lat Ue h Offces sad ODell hod zuckel 4 h ttn wbkng n Wells, ot au l Nev.. ond was en oute to d ho h as stlu M Wallace. Judge Robnson «ublect s dve 1-1 Uls monng fned hm»2j... - n addlllon to the JaU se a. ; h e DO- y tence. M p l T d Du- 3 stoto Patolmen Rchad g false! Bum s, J. E. Bewe bnd f f l T» d~ dn- g - a. E...Btflcktum nvtsm -- - O JL Jonng.} gated. - ; t <-- ets ctun -Ae--sng nge Pogam *-Rlvef so n O and-c aayon-c aw jk j w Ject,-b h. and Cavens: L as egas; Los Angel- when pol: > aea es; Yosemlto natonal pak; San to nlefe luata P ancsco atd Twl Falls. ot-supply Pelne They plan to leavo WlTPnlS A nold B tolu Pday m om lng tf contmuo tjje lem of tou - to ellowslono* nauonal, wn. pak; Chcago: Nagaa falls and.11»» «10 W v o k Clly. j, " ; all ae O ange stated th n t he s "sold th e scene.. T he/ on ths a>stem o t tous and be- ; W a- llcves th a t.th s s th e best way, May fo ntcmatlonol elauons to be R le. all developed on th o local sccne. He >lscoll, feels Uat Uls should be con*, ALBAN enuna; tlnued ond expanded and would Oov. Nels elglum, appecate o-cxtd o telephone wfe, do) nee. call fom ol nteested csdcnu. bogaphy c lax* He. uopes Hn. tm-t&e wl co* jc u, wul, D.C.; opeate w th th e local offcals new yea : Tex.; n futue expanson ot Ue po* Ms. Roc Mss.; gam Jf theo can be. one s ta t- aphy la :, T ue- ed, leglslauve * Fnal *, Edton!* T C E N T S ll n e d y J {an P a c t /> Auff. 8 (/P) P c 3dent K ennedy todny to appove the new pata! 1 RuKsa as a means to ncease the.cd States a.d lead towad "a moe wold." n a message offcally put- 5 tho senate, Kennedy nlso pledged eemenls wee made n connecton jj accod. Ths teaty s the whole jj te B u - n s C e e k P o s C o s ;fh most 7 lunse A * e R e l f l t e d - :lag e e* : WASnNOTON. Aug. S W d. ad- Tlo poposed Bus ceek dam t assue, on Ue Snako ve n daho wos. nhbt, ctczed today as beng uhnec- lbt, tho essay and hamtul to Wyomng. t was defended by o fom e con* tro con- gesswoman.. n a tajo -Membes of o o n g e s s - a n d : le at Ue spokesmen fo pvately-owned 1.least 33 twfte andcoal companes tesu-..,------,1 ff SEolS; fled nt a house bublc woks sub*" W bsclblng commltleo heolng on an om nl- nst nu* bus pojcct aulholznlon bll 9 e atmos- conum lns Bum s ceek. d unde Rep. Wllam Heny llnlson. R.. W yo, led Uo attack on the nt pob- fnal day of the heolng. Fome s would Rep. Oacle Pfost, D, da., uged * act. aulholzauon, of the poject fo B neces- the beneft of au daho.. ; l* expected Hason sad the 63 mllon sl betoe dolla B um s Ceek dam s nel-.11 ban on the a good flood contol, lga- and un- tlon o po*e poject.. J lecd. W ate uses would havo to " 4 aon. D.. subsdze hgh-cost poa-e n t tho ; fo s d - poject whch would be "vey pt 21 (See BURNS CREEK. Page t j d H L%e Race X Contact jf ug. 8 (U F l)--ate nvestgatos u H "b f th o (t& K 6< t o d a y f o a! between tho tw o gant val com-, C fghte plane contact. n tan- yesteday a t closed heangs, made )hn.l.-mcclellan, D., Ak.j stongly f pttng genool dynamcs copo- company aganst each othe n, showdown test to see whch 1 could buld the best poto- f f to " plane. McClellan "sad j All doubt could be cflolv- > [ ed" f seous consdea-, t Uon w ee gven to buldng th e TAt* S pototypes, flyng them, testng f Uem a n d then buyng Ue best. ft-a Com ments by McClellan, chal- :omla Z m an o t th e senate nvesugaung g oft B subcommttee, undescoed ealu ts n e advocacy o t such a contest by y J»U Sen. K al E. M undt, R, 8 J). though t" waa beng gven to a? f" plkttothatotlbltsnppop* ato up to <00 mllon dolla*, moon- PennlWntf two companes to j m oy*the*beat-m on-wln-contost aa A Foco Secetay Eugene f. m n t Zucket told McClellan m testl-! nt mony m ade publc today Uat ho o was "not opposed to tho deo en*- U cy."b ul zu ck e t sad fc o u ld " - meon delays n-poductlon of tbe! *upesonlo fghtes. uoted - McQleUao-told Zuckt ho.felt sbody Uee was tbe possblty of a, 1 ju st mstake beng made" n gvng that the huge contact to Oeneal Dynamcs. T go- n such a lago, contact as vcal ths, M cclellan sad, *» vou got»ow«- th o -S M t p la n o -T -. t.su a.a ~ ~ ~ ; Don : compason and test (as n a 3ve- unoff compeutlon). the gan. n 1 out my judgm ent, would n all pob- flda ablty f a excced Uo cost nvolved." Zucket d ho doubtod U a sad h e had a o vpen mnd on Ue, UTm Pckets Retun -To Demonstate H NEW YO RK. Aug. S fl-p lck - ets elum ed to a hosptal con- ; sluctlon ste n Boodjn n de- f fance of a tuce p odalm ud by - Ngo clegymen afe a con/ct* ence wuj Oov, Nelson A. Rocko- l a S om e o f th e - pckets J>08t4d themselves.otentaneesto -th».»labsd poeee.-but-moved-away-qulckly Angel- when polce equested them n o t k; San to ntefee* w th th e movements. ot-supply tucks. n s tho Booklyn c hapte of th e Con-.» «*clal EquoUty, woa n Ue lne ot a pckets. A bout 100 polccmen wee a t. 3 sold" tho scene... and be- " E.! Renstated M con-, ALBANY, N..Y., Aug. «(fl 1 would Oov. Nelson A. R odtetelles fst tephone wfe, dopped fom hs o ftld a l adcntt. blagaphy afte the dvoce l u t Dftlclals n e w v e so n.:s o wlu th e new 1 he po* M*. RockefeUe. A evsed blog- s ta t- aphy s beng pepaed o t h legulauve manual * " -... ""T.. <t.. ;.

2 T hutday A ug. B, T 2 Twll al!» nmes-new * *!.. ~M A B u l e y L t t l e L e a g u e M e e t L s t s R u l e s - N BOB-EY. All*. le f w «o. tootbmll, nlm» ««Bnbl.. W etd ae v en lw W At the n co»che» mwuna «of g,s? o w - * n ( L 8 e o «U ««u M»t hc N»Uon»l hot«u,.. Th Rullns on»noe eeeued % lot qu,n, of dlwumlon. Dave l w u. gen* jo,,...l cmlman «d the» c, M fhoe* only would bo. allowed, mu "No had ubbe cleat»hom ::::llw > * P «n n llt«- d u ff - tff- t tu,,! (U ted U w U. fo wo w a n t, a.1 boy» W bo able W play. nto Ottmo Jeaey ha»a been ode- jh ed and ahould ave n about 10 " T c o.t.m " y. * S Tuesday, Aug. 13, w th lulen y g j, Budge, Buley hgh, school c o, ca n cha«e-of.jm tuctlons.,the, - tme and placa-wm.be announced jy o Fouteea new, coache h a «x* lned 10 donate tel lm e to u UUle League football. Stll need- pot! ed ae 10 coacle*. Anyone nte- u,g j eted n beng * ««h U d n tl to contact D ae telw f, 135 tat w 34h teet. o phone « AU-boy ae uged lo «U te opp next w«cl6-jn)o-a.ajn.lo.b.b.m, m «------j,tdndb7-tht0urh-pw ay-*m-» oto Bjn (o noon on Satuday a t am -,(((«plot Sollbullden, lom O veund avenue. At leat one p a e n t o susdlan-m usl-accom pany-eacb. q-h boy and pe*cnthl* b th ce- Uflcale. Welghta fo Bantam playea - nzes S and 10 ae CO pound Th mnmmn and-o O - S, mftn: Pony playea age 11, 110 ttp t pounds maxmum: Scout playes tt,, age 13, 130 pounds maxmum. 8j,t< Lttle leatue football fo B u-,h# 1 ley aea stated one y e a ago (,n ( w th-fou taams. T h o -p o fa m (gy - was speaheaded by lh«bu:ey «b>{ KlwanU club. Ths yea aeen o n : new teams ae planned w th t p«uj O w Jm w be p5ayed each 8 * w n uday. show fbew M a g c a l l e y S F u n e a l s K BOHL T uneal a e lc u fo d st M*. Nelllo W nfed MoPalln eoe wll be held a t a p n. Fday n Te Albetson Memoal chapel by the Rev. L. ncent Snodgass. Concludng tes wll bo conduct- cc ed n the Buhl cemetey. Plenda may.callat-tho-auj*ttsoa-funaal n t home.. neat m C H P T E L D -aavesldo aev- lees fo Chales M y w 11 pon held a t 3 p jn., Fday a t too Rchfeld cemetey unde tho du ecuon of Begn Funeal c h w c), Shoshone. DBCLO fuaa seloes to Anold L. B unn wttlte* held a l a p jn. Fday n th«> Declo LDS xtb* chapel by Blahop N om an H u n t, auu OoDCludlng tes wll be held a t th e D odo cemeten. Flenda m ay a > eall T h u n d ay a n d unul tm e of n» sevces Fday «t the McCulloch ftm eal hwne.-buley twt OA KaY Funeal sevces fo h o u» by B»bop-Donald-Ctelt. l o s t te* wll be held tn tho cn Oakley cemetey. Fends may Cou eau a t tho Payne m otuay g»" T h u n d ay aftenoon and evenng and a t th e place of aevlce ono Du; hou po to the funeal. BURLBY M ass fo. S k )l. B enad Pake wll be celebated «t 10 a m. Fday a t th e St. j, Thee#!* Chuch of the U tu e km -TloffBT ty -th o R ot hom as K t- } ", ly. L ast tes. wul be held n the wfc-vff./*emetewltl-toa m. SUts lodge n chage. F l«d» o. m ay.c&u.at U e.p a y n e.m o tu T h u n d ay aftenoon and evenng w a n d F d ay untll tlme of sevlce, g j t w n P A L L S -P u n e a l m t- Yleas fo F ank B. OUlett wll be held a t 3 p jn. Batuday n Bega T w n FalU m otuay chapel by th b -Rev.-R obet-d anleu, P n t ChU tlan chuch. F nal tes wul 7., bo held n the W allace cemetey, c. W allace; Fend! m ay call a t th e ta luncal ehapel fom T hunday evenng unul tme ol sevces. n«...jbromb Funeal aetvlces fo M s. LouUe W ad Shawve wll -e-h ovfuneal ch apel. by-ufl 5 Rev. Oeogo.R. B am hal Con- Du eludng tes wll be conducted n th e Jeom e oemeuy. Fends c» n a y call a t th e ehapel Fday En aftenoon and evenng and Sat-. uday tmtu tlme ot sevces. a B a n P a c t... Centlnaed Fom Page One t«e nttle testmony on Sovet pog- ~ eu to w a d neutalzng hostle. mssles befoe he makes up hu Jackson, a m a n oc the sen-. ate-house atomc enegy commt- n tee on weapons, wants tlvee fun- dadental questons answeed» b o u t th e -n u cle at p ac t. whch P esdent Kennedy s sendng to u the. Bcnate. He luted them as;,,... B a v B the Sovets made any ", ~ a l l c a n t btakhouch.-ln the, Jllng ot an antlmusue mssle, e n tho feld of convetng nxkets S am ed a t the U ltoy nlo duds k y neutalzng the nuclea a la c Ual pogus n developng a penetaton b o m b whch would dsupt ada and communlca- t tlona. thus cutung off suppdt \ to.tt. aullatoy sulkest ]< S.. Does the development of a Xage-scae bombs, up to 100 meg- J atons. call fo a eassessment ot x th e, TUlneabUty of hadened d n l cao mssle bwest t P m O LLS N STOOOL < Benad O ueneehea took «tb e l daughte. Betty, to BoUe». aha haa enolled n Lady 1.w. Weathe, Tem : -M A O JO - A L x y -P a tly.clo jd M j t d e. 8 * t«d.y. W W» BoM. 7«a t!s t- S 5* e e U n o a e «;t«h -7 l Thundenhqw e aavu y ed a lot qu,n,.ctlve ove and nea the!wls. gen- Howeve, thundejkwes»po»y thal can. uhea«en daho valleys. «allowed. us ch the same pntwn U expeced U ekt shoes no nftclplutlon expecte to -e o t- tufa valleys fo- the w ant a: M ount can ba expected. HUh T. nto the w esun Onlwd b. h.w J " S :h «n.v c "s Mked 6 U»*low Ms n, la a w e st "w n d condtons ae m -m a o.,. n e ot M Uthem W *hofo s p w ln * U) egute JSp*s. Coloado p o u to bee* «d ay a t Sm -,ctvty n the southeasten v W O veu nd f heavy, h u paent o ove most ot the valley wth na p «y - o -»talt»-b ong-lnto -the compleuon n p la y en » pounds h» w eathe P*tt*n fo ndst naxl J jf T th T ta b to w th tho w e a t - ge 11, 110 exmeneuuc contnung hoagh th lt.ut Playes t h T S lev.u xmum. BUtes wll cause a wnd flow o m u fo Bu* tt,. ntam eonu ln egon and as a m y e a ago u n p e a tg e f ove th e valleys of a w th 1-pogam tm -W -ae v eb -d e g m t-a b o v o n o h e Bu:ey U m pealoet aa expected to a ea aeven Monday. Some nonnau fo tnla penoc #d w th ft a lu a-bz a n d BoUy. each 8*t» wll contnue to cane days of afu m showe aetlvlly. d tt»e sentnw caua w fbewe aouvlty wll e o ln e d to tl easum p«ffuon of Maglo alley and, l l e y o S u e e ae " l s tou l of fom.05 to.to of an nch. Snashlne wll aveage fom S te 8 BTTlces fot djtm e elmjdlneaa aveagng aotnd M cfalln e m e d. Sol U m peatuea a l th e the Fday ta HTTge n th e» W 70s* w th aoll mol chopel by expected lo ange fom. J5 to.30 ot a y. Flenda j developmen t and matu ty of «a -fu n eal u o a M d M u, S w e B n o n m k./ neang Jaest. M eet fam acuvtm potess dung thu fve-day peod.»ll8 c o n K geat ta demand n most v ay wll gowth thu yea and,dy *ndlo ons n ay a t th e.ensutstes a dangeous fe hacad a de th e d l- H n th ea daho aeeompanled by mnel leal c h w. TKMPEBATURE a n d p H ghest tem peatuo W ednesday, 1 levloes to v l l p l U n fo 34 hous endlt «held a a.u,u n >uu wn. ep. u * > Declo B S X n.«. Y. «. :S w. E " s = S lendamay A t f. n u - J Z Z :» f 2J... m\w lul tm e of ;. McCulloch z z j j.. Jo N - <«S "" ~ = l s S f S S : g : : S : s : : % R s... S nald-c tek; «-» toh leld ta tho» «l» ends may Coumbut ««m otuay - t l SS, m.f n d evenng» 4. m. aevlce ono Duuh }* ;«g* " t o S Z Z Z Z e s Sn fo. R a n k )u«. l - - j *.!J 5jtl e celebated u \ \ a t th e St. j 5s!!;. J J m :»» « f. the LltUe KkUM c n J w «Homas K el m :» w held ta the som a tem peatue extnm es fom e y -w th a TO,pt-A«!ta-Bnd-Hawall.-W edje«k! ge. Flenda callf., Mm Cty, M o n t, Pee, SJ n e..m o tu and 103 a t AuaUn, Chldess, College and eventag Canwell a foce bue, Po e of-sevlce. S S S l a y m om lng lows 43 a t Pe mond, o e. N ew Ben, N.C, epots 1 uneal se- houa. lulett wll bo Uy n Bega Alaska. HawaU a HBhest tempeatue yesuday, low «e cemetey, S:; - M! sevces. -»»» ** SSS!,o * H O T E M S a y «& - s s a C c m? Sul? - S!"= S conducted ta : n m «ey. Fends C M t a f o t l Z Z m } f " hapel Plday to m j j »* «. ng and S at- s m t- aevces. aantvut - m m w» a n f - NORTH D A H O -F a though F eloudtaess Fday. C onttaued wam. Page One tonght M a H Magc alles Magc alley Memoal, ts Uvee fun- Admtted M U m McCool. M «. a Ad- -Leon E lu.-t a m a a M U sendtag to Rufus Ooan., Ms. Chales Dullng. M n. Ouy M at- L\., luoka.and Ma. W llam H unte, a a U -T w ta F a lla :.n h e a e e.b u h l: ouch. th t Lnda -flmu and LyneU Suo ] sm th. bou H ansen: M n. o j fn Oeogo D ndn and Kaalyn Black. both Jeom e: Danel Moon. Tt- c t hel nuclea Buley; and, whch would M s. Floyd Oam bel. Ms. Cllf- " 1 communlca- ton-smnllaood. Douglas Ache, off suppdt lekl Atwood. Rodney Elle. Jo>* y sulkest lerae Ooasett. W llam TheUen evelopment of and M ay M ltchem. all Twn up to 100 meg- FalU; Ma. DalUn ColUncs, Je- jaasessment ot ome: Ma. U oyd Long and of hadened daughte a n d Ms. Wlbu W at- W lases Uews. dll Fle; Sl*ve Kelley, n U a, Kng HUl: PatlcU lnyad; E d- B SCHOO. <n; Dflnald MaeHao. Heybum; ft = M m n d EG nuyd om R 6ftH 5f~R 5B M lenecbea took ct EnglUh. Hazelton; Claence Q««t. lo BoUe McCaty. Jackpot; Nancy CTlne. foled n Lady Elko, and Ms. Robet Spatt, 1 acbool aoocnfleld. U tah. Ca. A, Tempeatues Co Mtb days tl- N. owa solgtal. S7-97, n e e p t. j-m lo d ay ab o B t-tf-f ttd ay ; lawa tbblfbt - A f - odat, T em pealw ea a t > aun.s M a t Je- nent ttu on w th «pe e n l b s l y. *7 S : L , fa.-/ n- AORcULTURAL-SUMMARY Sm H -dulngtfto-pw t-at-how -w a*. onceagata M Ue m ountata a l n s wee spotty and lght and confned W * u t e d to p e su t today and Fday «P f?!u S u." lm n lm d lllbh pessue a loft u movlng westwad " * 8 U U and UtU» "»» ««t a nto ou egon n the hghe leveu. th a t S settng off Ue pcau, daho wll weaken as a m ow w untj a eult. thundentom actvty wll de- ho on Plday, aluough t w lbe *uth cle, cles dung the aftem oon and eentags ovw daho. O enenu y fa Uat an be expecled aa ho-hlgh pessue alott w «e f m j n tw d - a u t» t: w e - S?." a W.?.T n. l "SSS " e x t t o favoable n tnoet o t e yjljj 3 S - 3 S l l S = = S S S s l= «lth ballng of the second cuttng h e compleuon sta g o -ta m ot lowe v»lley E-DAY F C A S T *. T >, fo Ue n «t fve U «*pe«led w. h-h«w eathe alalla-t.whatwa-**2 * *. theagh th b pelod. Hgh pessoo ta c o the seutheenta a ad sooueasum UnlUd dgtn nd flow fom tho aooth to aonthwest nto wyon w a a T a s T e a S ll th s wam a wlu cause Bu L.>Ta of a eath em daho to aveage fom duce v - - «o X l - S t h - n l g b t - a n J e ealej t e d to ateage above nom al,thm «gh fueled :fo? thl peod aa Ooodlng. >1-57. Twta d * *?f ln-- ***- ** " th e l flow of a the f. confned lo Ue m ounu ta aeas. n the mtae S p :, f.;. - J.J 5 to JO of an nch pe day. Wlnda wu S ndeatom aeaa though Monday. Ue npeaues a t nght wll be etem ely f a m - saw. m atuty of " u S w.nd n m ost Sfl2 h a»? d M h n n d m lo n n s occu ove has panled by mneh Ughtnlng.. LTURE AND PRECPTATON» W ednesday, lowest ttm pem tua last hous endtag at 0 ajn. CST. «ou?5. m p h u -» * S.«and : js5s w t = ; ;?, : b *... 8?: M «futtt S - N«w Ol»*n» M J Uon 15»» K SS. w c e t Ol.l.hom» Clt» JO..51 moh j a f e a = : ;j!j.. " S... [ so B.ll U kf ClT «JJ UU! «T B.n Anonlo l» JJ HOg [ JS M. S u = : z : * l «v ty. S3 s. «u l : J» «ply M Shtgct »» - - lout s 6 x t«m e o 7 w l t h t a t h? J t f lawal.-w edne#day-hl8hs103-alredbllk. ;ont, PeeT SD.. nnd W c h ta U. T J s x, p. hlldesa. College StaUon, M neal Wells. U - K n foce base. F o t WoU. all T ex and phlllp k. g low 43 a t Penson, M lch,.and.4fl a t Jled-.. l 1, N.C, epots 1.15 taches of ata ta pal sx Uska. HawaU and Canada of e yesuday, lowest tempeatuo l u t 13 hous, oua.endtag4.njn.pst vul X. Mln. *P. 8Utk.n U k-.mj. «l>. 1 S ytv. n «c! ; 5 1.S s ** H o M S u Z Z Z Z t S act, DAHO TEMPERATURES wa «. Wn. Ftp. : " «the ; S! S35E=,5-;±: vs lo J? aon s! St «; H " H th l -> ** pw though Fday except fo aome aftenoon onttaued wam. H ghs both days M*9B, lows, me alley Hosptals s l e m o a l to and He Ms. Jey Stevens. B u h l and a». a Ad- daughte was bom to M. and A. - m a a M nl».a dam s..t W ta.f au,.., WH a o a n., Ms l a S t t U St. Benedct s, Jeome Oee. Buhl: A dm tted LyneU Suo Ben Cenausa. Wendell; Ms. - nsen; M n. o o an n a Madalena. Buhl; How-. a salyn Black. Mannng. Shoshone, and He Moon, p a - Chales H ohnhont, Haelton. oo. Buley; and. oumuaed.. anc M t n f. Hageman. and Mn fg u S C T. R M M. Da- ey Elle. Jo> f a T S. Cassa Memoal ColUncs. Je - - Admtted F Long and Jance Cunnngham. Ms. T. Wlbu lat- W. RasmuMen.-Mn. Don Woth- & 3«ve Kelle?, ngon and W aen Lyons, all Oo< lnyad; Ed- Buley; Patty Deapan, Heybum: 10. Heybum; Athu Benme. Oakley, and ttksh; KoB Ms. a uannon and~mst on: Claence Denny Clff, both Albon. Pe Nancy a n e, DUmlased na obet Spatt, M n. Allen Dape. Mam the.caey a n d.cj-stal Knopp, au po* es Concesson T S? s ; BdsA gked S -A ta ea-f a-o T S 5S.5 county fa-boad.-haa announo- lous- abay< jqx eonecason stand paep bds. boou dupuy e g l t o n and entes ta, Uo m natue c a t WendeU. th e M tadou county fa.-aug. 38-M., , Sm th epou the fa wul fea - tue a specul county-wde C en- etun te n n la b tlo n - th T d d lllo n H e n?lned to *»* " U u, flned w thafplana ae ahaptag f vfatf up fo the m talattte ode o.pe- a w e - fwnance. Aug. 38 J H e la d em All youngstes between "the ages of 9 and?4 a e elgble to. ente Ue odeo competton. Ap-.uXJ;; to*jb h offcal also anlounced S,.. w l th a t ontanu atons deajtag to lue alott o p e te Ue-conceaslon atand a t T tn e -a-h o u ld -h at e U el-blds nto Ue county agents offlee 5 8 westen 5 Aug. 31. H e sad sealed ea o n,,u opened by Ue fa «conunue j a t evenng and awaded t of the *gmu, jao epoted th a t booth f ** as gass- jb am "U "ft U aw e-w -the-nsw Ow~ e JnfMted u de the bleachen. H o ex- *ad.to Uese th a t the su by 13-foot cont detahowe,ent fo»3» d& tag the fa. «n y : nto fuu gftnn,tjons destag lo eseve d cuttng pj th e aeas fo * duplay Twl ve valley ghould call the eounty agents D< nfft * had ts B uns & e e k * Mue ta ConUnued Fom Page.O na.! «m UnlUd detm enu l- to Ue economy of west nto Wyomng, he, declaed. «U1 cause B um s ceek powe would e- cou age fmm duce the m aket fo poww gen- L dayu m e e a te d -a t-s U a m -p o w e -p la n U Unwgh fueled w m W yontag coal, bo 1. 57, Twta Md. tow of a t h e e n? h «J g t -KQtJfllT nbn: s d -p tately-owned powe? * 0 Uondc- companes have b m "ustag coal S. n tba m taes fom thoughout th e s a - n, em daho ton to oppoeo B um a ceek. D j of ata - E. M. N augbton. S alt U k e eaa. Meat cty, pealdent of U tah Powe lght wlu and L ght company, and Robet.. Hogg. Bose, commecal m an- sble w th age of d ah o pow e company, tou l sky tesufled B um s ceek U pmauy depu wu a powe poject whch U n o t f- tbu Ume ndncally feasble. WlndawU "Sale of pow e geneated a t,, Ue ato popoeed." N aughlon lely favo- sad, would no t poduce enough cops such evenue to p ay tateest on the make g«od Hogg sad B u m s ceek would s ". & «G S ; n s{; and U n o t needed fo eegula- Uon of w ate dschages focn PalUades. ". lul n "utead of betag an ad." Hogg a last 13.B um a Geek would be a.. g. haxad a n d a th e a t to stoage S of gaton w ate ta PalU adu 11.H and o t u upateam esevon. D, j.. B u m O te k would also be a A < S - htadanco to th obulnmenl of :? «futue fun<u to sound eclam a- T!!.. Uon development, as t would / ; «R, lo take 63 mllon douas of U x Ant S..51 mohey fo w hat U acually a ve S OT powepojeet unde the guse of m u 71 eclam aton." nes u ogg sad daho Powe, com- nt< j** pany-w oulduppot.the spendng to n. S.01 of the 63 mluloq dollan on 7 > *.. "sound mulupupose eclamauon cho «. Tf. pm jecu" n the au tes tavolved. ato: 70 daho Powe p a n y and ot» UUh Powe and.ught company, e«<* Hogg aald. have adequato capac* anc S ty and enegy esouoea to sup- > so ply au powe «< Ul«ment! - n tha!j - aouthem daho. A- suplus wll Th : 71 exut fo. a l least 10 yeas, he to S s.» S K : Nosy Dwg g; Complants Made "".MAt-Town-M eet--x ta past lx o h F K L D. Aug. > Com- D p la ln u of nouy fast dlvtag n- tefetag w th th e est and quet» *-»v o l esdents and menacng dogs Joe Lst 13 houn, n da a t Ue Rchfeld hu vulage boad meetng. t-.waa e a s ;!»»«*! poted today ~ > W [ C ham an M ont Johnson dl- 1!S SS M eeled Ue vluge mashal. Gold- fo S J t en K nudson. to take mm eduu h ts acton to stop both du tubanc- mo es. He au ted th a t suffcent fo w anngs had been gven and!! Ue Ume had come fo dasuc del f s t acuon ta egad to nouy, unsafe. Nl 5- :! * S day. late houa of nght and ad< * T ealy houa of monngs. fo }{ ts He told the maahal to call on <* H s» the county s h e l f o a e c - concued ta Ue aeuon. ca M oa The m a n h a l auo was nstuct- U-8B, lows, conuet ownen of two dop «menacng pasteaby and se«th a t p. «the doga ae handled ta auch a tals w m B uley.-and-m s.-a lee-m ooe, P«: to M. and Heybum. pol BuhL and a B ths e n to M. and A son was bom to M; and M n. he ta FaU. w m am C laythom.-h eybum.-a. daughte was. bom to M. and be Ma. Benny Clff, Albon. aft, J e o m e m 1 M n d o k a M e m o n l JS -cndell; M n....a dm tted... Buhl; How-. Sheyl. Tlngey. Paul; CUa. whone, and H le Lenny Thompson, ChU.j H atelton. Ooode. Ms. Andew Esptaota 1.. and Amy Hanzel. au Rupet.. TO ullclh n a. P t o l.» J J? all Jefow e u s. U 5tf~ M eye, neyouu f «,t eman. and Ms. WUUam Thompaon and. Uchteld. Davd B ge. both Rupet. nottl Goodnp Memoal S o a A dmltled t. 1 Floyd A. WllU. Hageman. va m. Ms. T. DUmlased ne EKh W oth- Ms. Lyle Clffod a n d -so n, 1 Lyons, au Ooodtag. n, Heybum: :< 3akley. J< 0 ;W N A T T O t t blon. Pesdent Kennedy h u sen t the Sa 1 nam e of G an t a. Patteaon to th )e. Mam th e senato fo appoval fo the ul4 Knopp, au poauon of Haley poatmasta. n< a Twn Fals New l- M KW «k. 0.- b?ps K * 7 unouno* lous-exeese dubbed-o peaton.... n M.to «c u h B.t o. W ll o t e. S S > eounlt KK! * -.ll e Hggns and Jet-WCTthg have ha at < S : «t fom camp E dton w H e n h - jy - p e n t- a - w e e k - a l * youth camp, -mey ae youua om m e eoganlcd LDS t Sf S le-s alley :Taff( * "* -4?* Rchad L. Shot, ll. H U elton.l Alla t the,jq, d costs and a s - 1 Polk 1 " Jg n f demeu n E d K. 3 3 K f. v S s u X T t t h e S U f - U a M h o n t J l U. n ht S - gade, whee h U caw ent oul of jy 13-foot contol *hjle n g out ot the 0 eseve by Chalea E. Wwon. oute 3, f S ; " v 2 S l d. «. P.. - "os had.do Pped.lL elg««tuandjhen appued Ue b nk«. *n>e ca con-,. % Unued fowad aound a cuve o o l a n d w ent Uough U«fence. Po- : Uco lad DeaU had b e m d ta k - c o S n» Um hghway. P T t n y t. Boken Fnge. SpSS! Shelves Allson At b «tm -ln U U tt wlu bo wjl o t m «uuon two o Ueo dys ww. ehlld SSuSa. " s s csl.*«,"s AngelM A n. T lbtt=hfthae-7 R a S!» M o a w nw >- " * n!- "" o umb.he h u Wl m e.th ls.k u o n m u n n w t u n! U «d o u. - A m - p < " 3 5 J h l. TBM fw n b t J d S S D m e d M a w - n o batl«d-ta befoe t h e njuy autes.. S cff S PalafflxAves d Tecl.nta- FofNetSees" 1 t would LOS ANGELES. Aug. 8 ty fa as of tax Antono PaUfox. the laat to a -, n actually a ve. Joned oue-membea of ;he guse of Mexco! DavU cup team W od- ~ nesdy and pepaed. to plunge Qun >owe com- nto tanng fo Uo Amecan x.n. spendng M n a.sem m n a to.- p,t l dollaa on x a m Capt. FancUco- (P a n - j eclamauon cho) Conteas, noung th a t P al- p -,,. s tavolved. afox looked Ued afte Ue odeal pany and of hu fauea funeal, told t ( p a n y, newsmen: HU face U n o t bght nhee uato eapac- and he needs sleep." q h, wea U> sup- Thee was specuuuon eale n je m en u n th a t Ue death o f hu fathe last upltts wll Thunday mght cause Palafo* } yeaa. he to wudaw. bu t UU dea was., 7 soon dupeued. Conteas sad the deculon - S w le ft e to ly to Palafwand Made [eet-- LouslWantsJo wu. S: Pomote Match! t and quet TEANECK. NJ., Aug. 8 «Ue 1 nacng dogs Joe LouU. a good 30 pounds ove. w< s Rchfeld hu fghtng weght, U aa anxous supe t. l t,was e-; as anyone t o a date w th Son- of U ny LUton" cont Johnson dl- The fabled Bown Bombe U nt all t n h a l. Gold- conumplaung a comeback b u t, of U 9 mm M.t ta hu cuent ole u - fg h t po- to n du tubanc- mote, would lue to a l LUton to a l t suffcent fo a bout late thu yea. and gven and LouU sad he wll go to P hla- fo dasuc delphla fo a m eetng wlu Jack - p ouy, un!afs. Nlcn.JJslons ftdvlae..,jp f UcUcs of "ll u y to m atch LU ton * aung~ue B galnst-e m e.tetel,-th e -P h l- T a nght and adelphla heavyweght, n Call- lngs. fomla," LouU sad. "Teells bg a lto eall on (fl-opt-e> and stong and hu * " 1 S b l S S L f f - k t a d l u u t J L E o w a - a u duunco aganst» u m tact- S H Pennel Shoots At 17-Foot ault p,s jfbw -Y O RK t-a ug,-8-lb Jo h n A p llee-mooe, Pennel..-U teat-andbeat- otu e pole vaulung u to n au ts. hopea to S cack th e l7-toot bae whllo com U; and Mn. he U hot. H eybum.-a =A t.n!t.l.u ought.thete.w oulcl to M. and be no moe «h a n e a fo me to go ob tlon. afte th e m ak thu yea." th e e Mam. F U, whu sad -Wednes- *Ba.» n n «n 1 day afte avng home wth the *»aul: a been tavlted to seveal ne, pson, ChU exhlbluon meou n Ue SouU- w Esptaota,e t, f can g e t two pole vault- Rupet. ff, tl fo alona wlta me so t wll H S h S u f e - mpson and convtaced Ue 17-foot " Rupet. t,e eached>>and pob- >t., ably UU yea," Pennel sad. " pa m onal would luce to b«ue f l n l to do me t. t pobably wlu take a 17-foot geman. vault to wn- Ue O jymplc UUe J next, yea ta Tokyo.". d a n d-aon. gxo PS KEDBANO 7 > :OAKLAND. C alf, Aug. B o Hen Salcdo.- 1J9, San Jose. \U2, a C tu f UjppBd Al M cd«no, S#, n u le n t Ue Sacam ento..callf, a fte 1:43 of Pattenon to the"second ound ta the sched- oval fo Ue uled 10 - ounde Wedneaday watmaata. n g h t.. s News n Bef AddUOQ Uon Aug. 34 wee tn e S c,? n f g t whch Ketchum; j L t S WASB f f s M s. M s s s s M s j.. s f o u < «. S c w a t ehtae epamen a t Kecale a- Tta»>«-. MUs., [ S d L n j n!! f d f A S S f h, F u n m e. l m y -...~ m? Taffc Couts f nlzclu n Allan L. KeU hum, 34. S03 (oe sul Polk steet, was ftaed»7. and m hb ta E d cosu by Twn FaUs Polce Judge,oe th meaed DaU J. Adamson and a ssg n mttee.. appeaed volaton potata fo fol- j. Evl m Rxth lowng too closely. HU 19ST Olds- questlo fo n e -c a *» k e W Z ltte k o k 3M n?dy* t u v T t MadUon steet, w aaftaed- eutotf. falls and cosu by Judge Adamson fo.houu Af fahe Stop-»t- the -soena -ot -tje-set S sa 2s. ; u u o S p S - ; b. o - K ; ; ; - B u ««te» l a 1-je steet. T he ca wm..ff.;. paked ta font of E h le n home. «U «O to w M. WJUon. 4B. Paul. was-fusd-m 9-hyauleyP.0l.lce c w j u d j. E, Bowen, fo dlvtag 44 S e m dtak- «nt«need to q u h - C d a ta ~ ja ln ) y 3 u d g e - e n.nd dunk dvtag. thoul le n f th e *l Dlck Oudmundsen. 31, of nt tnff a Buley, was ftaed M and aen- menta, t t o n u nced to 30 daya ta Jal by Judge poven Bow tttfodune dlttog McCoH - egula 8 0 P a n t n g s " J s D s p l a y e d A t S h o s h o n e : [, 8 W - SHOSHONE, Aug. 8 Eghty to Dea Bob Alll- pantng! wee a Pl ye?,*t «e const le Ame- Shohone A t guud exhbt held j j Uld uns- at the couthouse lawn thu week. X out of The palnung! ncluded t h w by publc y«wlu a chlden fom tte claas of,n d a ge on hu Robet OaskUt and adult entw, the fl: some of whleh wul be Judged n to be 1 y a ptch Ue Wood ve soh consevauon tan 1 lance. Loa du tlcts a t contest. Lane. t=hatfde7 -n a«7 T 3 a k n clus-t O tet td-39 oh the-u ld of Ue. pataungs wlu th e e- q :ls K ason malnlng 41 fom adults.. Mns f t.- A lll- The exhbt dew nteestto n.goo; une ta ta- no t only Maglo auey and Sho- * ahona and U ncoln county eal- j;. a. n lty full- denu, but m any who wee p - two d M uns- tag on hghway 03 tom othe pnes e njuy autea stopped off to vew th e ex- xjeha» auung hblt.. C a n stopped fom lulnou, age Calfona. U tah and Oegon. agenc Most of tho patau ng! fom th e nt ne. young atuu ae lage enough a. S. e S to ente n Ue Wood Rlve*soU 23 f, consevauon du tlef! contest. As ea < ja Q." " " many asposalble o f th e p a n t- Oeno *. ngs wu be exhbted a t Uo coun- 53 ca jg. 8 t «ty fa along wlu, theu ee top laat to a - «n n e n., e m b e a j f chudm enteng*ue exhbt " J;< fce Mltele v a n Dyke. Deba to Plage uunn, Mchael. a n d M alyn Co Amecan Mannng, MUce and Caol Saa, n ad , PatlcU -8aaa,.Juna-D atas...su alons. SCO- ( - Nehe, Becke NleUen. D eba paun Pn»ett, Shley and Ja y Gaskll, Home K*yo Sa»as. Chalea H ansen. Swl e J- * l Chalotte McOhee. D ana M e- 0 a jn n o t bght Qee, Chales DanleU. Z ada exhlbl Otty. Gnge Geay. Robet wlu b D*lhs. along w th the nstfucto flttlnj f! M n. OaskllL oue. Sotne df U e m h a d a a many a* A laea was fj,p entes. The chuden anged Ue C h» age fom 3 to 14 yean. khan 1.?!} O lheta exhbtng ncluded M n. day a,u *ona McOhee. M n. C. D. McKU- deo -.shty g ok, M n.~ C lay~b um um,-m s. Uee, lvan Jackson. M n. M. J. Dlle. concl 7 Mn. Majoy Reynolds, Ms. Ce- at fl:: S T A cll Cope and Leon C ope- - Jud t y -SUeaa-was-paced ta -m o st-o f Cams a t < > n the palnungs on the beauty of Plesl [ t t C l t natue and thu U tho them e of Emm< g. 8 «Ue du tct contesu son. < ounds ove W ood Rve sol consevauon A. Pa aa anxous supevson appecate th e e ffot demo» w th Son- of those who patlcpau d ta the MlU c o n tejfth u -y ea a n d -e n co u ag e e tc om be U nt all to bo conscous of the beauty ehag leback b u t, of the out-ot-doon, the necessty dlvul -fght po- to efan fom lttebuggng.and Hom sgn LUton to always be caeful wlu m atches Ande: feams. O u y :o to PhU a Pljch L E x P s o n e l s. F l y n g H o m p ; 3 C. U.U u t HONO KONO, A uj. JB -A n E " L Amecan fome puone of w a elude T * y«> >n Red Chtaa. afle eto ftts JS K ofs hu ng left fo Tokyo Hao W O today on hu way home. Koch o l f R epou sad the fome w a feld a U l t puone, LoweU D. slnne. 33, 8-n Jo b a A 0DO.>.waa-fU!tag-undef-the >eat- otu e.namepf jbawn.:: lu. hopea to Sknne chose 10 em ata unde le-w hle communsm afle the Koean t wa. He lved ta Chna fo nne nm* S S S l S t S M l S " w c. 1»,/fd S:»» s me wlu th e <" v«wated day and nlaht.?? k u d Held j u J «. d W - hu moue. Ms. Bady.D. Skl- 2 2, to seveal ne. aald (n Akon,) Pld Ue S o u U pole vault-. PCNC SET = ho 17-foot PoUuck pcnc - a n d pob- «l P-m; Sunday a t Geenwood lubbdlnato O ange ke? n*ffc g.?c.;,s."; * 1 San Jose. o# e n t o b u t - e d a n o ls f < n H SS.d :. J e f C h a n g e s E y e d g g, S b S : F o L e a d e s a S S " R g h f B l l - : : S washwotbn,.aug. 8 m.1 Uhot K S S S S t s ; : S t T dtollncd u u.. K ennedy! dvll g h u package Honolulu, whch, as t U wtten, would S ** * ta T a n glvethe t s wfu senaton and congessmen C who,»pon*oed U package be-» foe lubmtung t to congess.»7. and n hu sevenu appeaance be- Con ce Judge (oe the lenate Judcay com- h a d co aslgncd mttee,.kennedy asked Sen. qam S p «l fo fol- J. Evta. D. M.C, U> postpone ecalles LOST Old- questonng on thu KCtlon untu eal ye aftenoon the chanb eeo made, ng Ue th a.losa s e n s.-k e n n e th - B e a U D g.j l. lo.sa l M n. J.J. N.y, and H ugh Scott, R-. Pa., th e fe- Backen mmedately sad th e seeuon was wee s unsatutactoy and asked K en- of yell( nedy to make ll a m andatoy ahade.. ftaed-»50 eutotf. Scott lad th e language vey t amson fo jhoul be changed to "m akng pefe -soena-ol -the-sectlon-m eanlngful ajd not fleece jn. M on- puely peeunsve.", KeU lal pckup - - jgno S p u W - M a k e s 3 S 3 hs P a y m e n t o n a S S e w e W o k S tenced to buhl, Aug. 8 T h e B uhl cty Bob f.-b ow m TO a,a p ld -.T <!M u tlm - n thoulng Ue ssuance of $7,000 ton, 11 dsen. 31, of ntem.w annu fo pay- othe t and aen- ments of bul on local sewe m - sa; by Judge povement du tlct NO. 7 ta the -McCollum* lddlt!on; dunnt >ne w h e egula monuly m e e g Tuet- th day nght a t th e cty hall. compa n ff S Steven Hap was hed as full- KeU U m B -Jlte m a fe c tlv e m n l - e x A ately. eplacng Jm A d o and g esgned. MonUly epot! fom tendn Ue polce Judge, fe chef and e alv teasue wee head and accept- next ; )H 6 ed. sgns Buldng pemlu wee ganu d a t P o E ghly to Dean and Mabel Mlckelwalt to constuct a communty buldng thbl held jj <0 (ejt fo laundy, lava- thuweek. toles, and eceauonal oom..all 1 thoso by publc uulltes to be undegound ss of M n.,n d all steeu to be paved fo «ult entes, the f ln t unt of taue apaces w J- Judged n to be eected south of Ue F oun-, nsevauon tan-sevce staton on T tuck.... Lane. o t ou e pemlu wee gantea to h Ue e- q cu p to tasu ll alum num WA. S u,«t s a w K h and sa o- n 13 by 34 foot capot fo»300: test b lunty esl- ;. a. Yngst, eplace panes of w e wee paas- two font wtadow! wlu aolld m unu Sm othe panes of glasa fo»17; Jam es poblc lew th e ex- xchacelt constuct a fam e ga- cause )m m nou, age fo JOO; DaUs nuanee tw j 3egon. agency, l)<uu an electlo sgn DemO «fom th e a t new locaton 90S M ata ateet; Hump ge enough a. S. K aaloff, constuct a 14 by vlet Rlve*soU 23 fame stuctue a t p a to oj -cjtag contest. Aa ea of esdence fo tl.ooo and o f the th e p a n t- Oeno McDaU, constuct a 14 by t th e coun-» capot., u e e top \ th e-exhbt - F a S e a s o n - ff ll ke. D eba. d M alyn ConUnued Fom Page O ne " t" laol Saas, n addluon to the lvestock dlvl- Anc Dalns...8u- slons.thee auo-u awomensde Uen. D eba paunent, sponsoed by Ue Tem > ay Gaskn, Home D em onstaton councu. aald s H ansen. Swne Judgng U scheduled fo told Dana M e- 0 a jn. Fday and a paade ot eeu leu. Z ada exhbton U a*.0! planned. Hoses otflcl y. Robet wlu be Judged and showng and * 00 nstfucto fttng ot w lne and sheep ae and C oue. Fday. acuvltles. U h a: aa many a s A m lnatue odeo, along wlu n u en anged Ue Glenns Fey juno gym- ama ean. khana. wll be held at 8 Pn. to- Q,u eluded M n. day a t Ue fagounds. T he o- thoug. D. McKU- deo s scheduled each of Ue t,u num,-ms. thce-nlghu o t th e.fa l whleh M. J. Dllle. concludes wu a squae dance j,,, s, Ms. Ce- at B:30 pjn. Sotuday. able )pe: - Judges nclude John Paulson. ;o t ta -m o st-o f Camas c o u n ty -a g e n t: w. G. oem beauty of Pest. Jeome agent; Ruby, efen la them e of Emmett; W anda Boye: Jess Wll- (en son. Oywhee county agent; Nancy -Md onsenauon A. Palme. Owyhee county home adde<! th e e ffot demonstaton agent, and M n. v.. au d ta the MllWn Roelff. H am m ett, 1-encouage c tc w a u o n K ln 8 * H lll.-n - the beauty chage ot the beet and day he necessty dlvulon; M n. gl Goettsch, )ugglng.and H ammett, sheep and swne; D.D. dl lu m atches Andeson.,Glenns Fey, hoses;, O ay Emeson and M n. Eugene FUche, both Glenns Fey..T C flo w en ;-M n. D. D. Andeson, son. mteellaneou; M n..m atn SH S Woodwad. cloung; ene L a- lam sen, Allenomea Elde and Blly phon W ellng, open class egutatlon. ta]un O n e JohnJake..K tag-nll-u.cbal.- Juym sn of Ue fa boad; Edwads whle [. B (tm An b secetay and membea n- fom e of w a dude Jm Wllamson and F ank m ent C htaa. afte eton. bou MounUln Home; mou tt fo Tokyo Haold collett. G and ew; Cal Oan «. Koch. Hammett; En Lod. May- Th< fome w a feld and Bem ad Sm th, Glenns wee l S d " Ul S t. B Canceled 7?f l: -.?.!! n C H P x D. Aug.»:-uchfcd t t thh<mj *1?, has b canceled t mateals puchased wll be n u paenu jesson and Sunday tchool de- n Pftfnents ot the Communty MethodUt.c h u e h...u ; w a!,* n - «p Sw n **««««Ms. C.-M. y» -* dy.d. Skta- Pldmoe. chuch achool supe- «vso. cm. 1, Busy han-et season and vaca- Uons fo famles wee gven aa Juck plcuc * njot O>Pn«o<yl TMES-NEWS WANT ADS «t? O SJJ g g «:: g T 8 g O.R g S U L T 8 famlues ae o * u b l. j F O R D l H O S T h u n d e b d - BUY. [ wll be sold fo non-pay- H. m U Taxes. S MUSC, See legal adveusemcbt <!>*«* on Page B. f"* * yet SeenTodav 1-7 p «s " ;u S ;" o S «: hm lo Genty n. would P * ce su ton... Mv n du ct- a h e a Qllgon u u «a b, sad h e»>y aa a te escape." S h e e p m a n nmce te- * Conttaued Fom p j* q., lay com- h a d consgned to the u)e 8 e n.q a a S p «k ln g of e ealy u lt. h, postpone ecalled how heepmen fo m,.7 :tlon untu eal yea* had Ue tod of colof. e. tag Uo fleeces ot am bou?m eau D g.ju fo!alej:ochewas:spf»y«d.e- t, R-, Pa., th e fleeces, he suted. atl mw ecuon was wee shown n tne ng n colon ked K en- of yellow, geen, pnk nnd ohe nandatoy ahade.. T he fad dd not m language vey long, he added, ss butn "m akng pefeed the aleep n nau ajd not fleeco colos. KeUey. who s the oldtl coa sgno ta pont ot lales, u t. * e S " j j -png of thu yea, he «u, choeen Cassa counly gasmo L U of tho yea a h e KeUfty».havft.U««-oft,. daughten. Ted l u- ) l aocatod wu Ue Smplot 80a BuUdes. Buley, and Bll «y B uhl cty B o b ;a m nea B jlcj, luton-nu A dauall«vms. Helen. Pc. 1 of $7,000 ton, lves n ndana, ad n. fo pay- othe daughte. Ms. ma Pal» sewe m - s a n U Babaa. Cal. Ma- : 1 H N an SchulU Uves n Bultt!!! wheo~he-hw Sand*ls e m p l g T uet- a t the Lvestock Commttq nal. -company, ed as full- Kelsey commented Uat bt laa e m n l - w ena lot ot dffeent facts ww, L d o and go dung hs yeas ot l. pou fom u n d n g the am sale but hu chef and always looks fowad to Uh md accept- ex t yeas sale. He auo cos- sgns to Ue Natonal am uk :e ganu d a t PocaUllo. > ckelwat to S ; L e a d e T a l k s S O n P o b l e m Ue F oun-. on T e k G e m a n y m l n u m WASHNGTON. Aug m Sovet Peme Khnshche td! -cm utct -Amecan offcals a t the ntxw t fo 8300: test ban teaty ceemonle lu? oam of elue a po-w est o pnhb w th Mld m unu t soluton of Ue Oetaj 117; Jam es poblem would be "foom h.. fame ga- cause t would "lead to w. nsuance T hs w a! epou d by Ee» lectlo sgn D em ocau c-w hp H u b c U la ta ateet; Humphey, who also saldtf- u c t a 14 by vlet leade cauuoned t p a to on "exaggeatng" Ue lqcr&a and of the nuclea pact. uct a 14 by Humphejk who was n to n. fo. th e teaty lgnlnj..a 5 8 Q ushchev caue-t a su3l«; >, l a t n - gnnng to bgge quesuon-o l S l > U no t an tadlcauon of eslf cfl * O ne - aoluuon... estock dlvl- And aa an ndlcauon cj b vomens de- peoccupauon" wlu the b y "Ue T em "o~r ed ChlnaH ua;em councu. la d a t one pont heduled fo told Undesecetay ot 8** ; p«*«><«ot eell Halman and othe v. 8. med. Hoses offcau pesent: howng and -G od has gven you Aden sheep ae and Ood has gven us som lo t. U h alles, too," along wlu H umphey, who s senate > unlo gym- am am ent- cham an. a l» bj 1 8 p jn. to- K huhchev duclosed tht. th o u g h.h e had been unt!«ch of the buy feu llw poducng p p fa.whch fom Ue Unltod S U t«to bow luae dance j,, agcultue output, he w y. able to puchaee Ue equlpme n PauUon. fom th e.k u p p «m Jn W n l: W. G. o e m n y.-h e -s a ld K h n a l Ruby, efeed to the Oemans as : Jess W. fends." K hushchev sad h e«gent; Nancy -M d all h e needed." Humpnt ounty home a d d ed... and M n. Echong Khushchevs o «-H n.-n. tl. *? cms gowng out ot the n u Jf «teaty. H umphey told swne; D.D. j,e dd n o t Ulnk the Sovet «> u m "pcn u apldlty of mo«. ent.", nns Fey. Foot njued «n. M atn SHOSHONE. Aug. ene L a- Hams U beng teated a t St. a and Blly phonsu hosplul. BoUe. fo w e g u la to n, tajued oot. He eceved n? w lulls-cbal-. Jun- nhfn f «tucku d; Edwads whle ho was wokng «;lth * lembea n- fom Ue bueau ot land and m n k m ent ta a WasUng :aln Home; m ountan, between Bellevue an 1 ew; Ca OannetU, Lod. May-. T he bones n hu foot and aw nlth, Glenns w e «sh a tu ed. He w u kep,*j ed FAT OERWEGHT U; w a!.* n -..pltoa. < «1 f Ms. C.-M. 5oa.««.t.l»*.»» :hool lupe- uw «** n and vaca- " " llo o tk a «m>m -tm m RD bd- RBenuo,T d " ts ~ w!*«?«* 0)l0B U

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