Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on May 20, 1966 · Page 26
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 26

Pocatello, Idaho
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Friday, May 20, 1966
Page 26
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2--Idaho Stale Journal. Pocatello Friday, May 20, 1066 Sandwiches, Soap Boxes- More, Too, at Political Rally Saturday will be the busies political day of 1966 thus far in Pocatello, wiih an old-fashioned bi-parlisan political rally featur ing nationally-known politica figures scheduled for the after noon and $25-a-plate fund rais ing dinners slated by both politi cal parlies Salurday night. Because or a record enroll ment of 838 in the Chamber sponsored Political A c. t i o r Course, officials decided to enc it with a politically significant event. Chairmen of both counly political organizations w e r e drafted to help organize the affair, and Lt. Col. Francis J. Riley of the Idaho State University Military Science Department was asked to coordinate all publicity. The dinners were planned by the political parties to take advantage of the crowd expected to gather for the rally and crowd the day with political events. Although many persons wll. take part in both the rally and a dinner there is no official connection between them. The rally, to be on the ISU Cover PREPARING FOR BATTLE --Paul Gregoire, Republican party chairman for Bannock County, and Chick Bilyeu, who holds the corresponding position for the Democratic party, are among local political figures who will participate in the Chamber of Commerce's bi - partisan political rally scheduled Saturday at Idaho Stale University. campus, is expected to draw more than 5,006 people. Attracting the crowds will be House Minority Leader Rep. Gerald Ford, R-Mich., and an equally- Democratic politi- polilical groups, prelly girls in red, while and blue outfils hand ing out campaign souvenir hats and prominent cian. Congressmen George Hansen and Complon White, Republican and Democrat, respectively, from Idaho, and GOP Sen. Len B. Jordan will also be on hand. Sen. Frank Church wil not be able to allend. Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-Ariz., will present the Democratic side at (he 5 p.m. speech. Udall, Brother of Interior Secrelary Slewart Udall, is completing his hird term in Ihe House. His 'ather is Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court. Democrats were to have been represented by Rep. J o h n rfoss, D-CaHf., but Congressman itoss was taken suddenly ill at a committee hearing in Washing- on, D. C., on Wednesday and will not be able to appear. He recently returned from Viet Nam. State figures will include Republican Gov. Robert E. Smylie, eeking a fourth term as Idaho's Chief Executive, all the Democratic gubernatorial candidates nd a host of county and legisla- ive district candidates. Chamber officials have set up an informal gathering across rom the ISU gymnasium begin- ilng at 3:30 p.m. All leading andidates will be provided a oap box from which they may xpound their campaign prom- ses. There will be booths spon- ored by both political and non- literature evtn old time food prices: a hot dog and a botlle of soda pop will cost 25 cents. Co-chairmen of the Political Aclion Course were Ted Ellis and J. F. Chadband. The giant rally was conceived by them as an appropriate end to Ihe Po- calello course, largesl in Ihe nalion. Al 5 p.m. the corwd will move to the gymnasium where Ford a n d Udall w i l l d t s c r i b e Ihe philosophies of their respective parties. The speeches here are scheduled to end by 7 p.m. to make way for the fund-raising dinners. Republicans will meet at a George Hansen Appreciation Dinner at the Bannock Hotel at 8 p.m. Feature speaker will be tormer GOP Congressman Water Judd of Minnesota, a former medical missionary in China and expert on Far East affairs. Ford will also attend. Democrats, meanwhile, will ;ather at the Green Triangle «ginning at 7:45 p.m. to honor " 0 r m e r Congressman Ralph Harding, a candidate for Jordan's Senate seat. Rep. Chet lolifield, chairman of the joint H o u s e - Senate Committee on Atomic Energy, will keynote the larding affair. Journal Classified Bring Results HEAPS AND HEAPS OF HATS--Members of the Mountain States Telephone Co. discussion groups from the Political Action Course will be selling hats, at $1 each, during the bi-partisan political rally at Idaho State University Saturday. The Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the rally, ordered i,000 of the straw skimmers which have a red band with "Pocatello Political Action Course" in gold lettering. Kneeling in front is Harold Gray, discussion leader for one group. The other discussion leader is Ann Hast, left. Others helping are Mrs. June Parr, left, and Mrs. Jerry Rigby. " ~~" Safurda] SATURDAY DAYTIME 0:30 a.m. 4 -- Farm Report 5 -- Summer Semester 7:00 a.oi. 2, 8-- Jetsons (color) 3-- Heckle and Jeckle (color) 5-- Capt. Kangaroo 7:30 a.m. 2, 8-- Atom Ant (color) 3-- Tenn. Tuxedo (color) 4 -- Cartoons 8:00 a.m. 2, 8-- Secrel Squirrel (color) 5-- Mighty Mouse (color) 3, 4-- Porky Pig (color) 8:30 a.m. 2, 8-- Underdog (color) 3, 4-- Beatles (color) 9 -- Lassie 9:00 a.m. 4-- Casper (color) 2, 8-- Top Cat 3, 5-- Tom Jerry (color) 9:30 a.m. 3, 5-- Quick Draw McGraw 4-- Magilla Gorilla (color) 2, 8-- Fury U:N m.m. 5-- Sky King 2-- "Arizona Ranger," T. Holt 3, 4-- Bugs Bunny (color) 3 -- Lassie 10:31 a.m. 3, 4-- Milton the Monster (color) 5 -- Linus (color) 8-- My Friend Flicka 11:N a.m. 2. 8-Baseball Indians vs. While Sox (color) 3, 4-- Hoppily Hooper (color) 5-- My Friend Flicka ((color) 11:30 a.m. 4-- American Bandstand 5-- Tenn. Tuxedo (color) 3-Magilla Gorilla 12 Noon 3 -- Mighty Mouse 5-HeckIe and Jeckle (color) 12:30 p.m. 3 -- Linus 4-- Teenagers Sound-Off 5-- Hi Shoppe 1:00 p.m. 3-Sky King 4 -- Penpoinl 5-- "Look in Any Window," Paul Anka Scandal Needed NANAIMO, B.C. (AP) - At east one scandalous couple is needed in an apartment building to keep the other tenanls interested, says a management specialist. William Causins of the Seattle Institute of Real Estate Management told a group of real estate agents here that presence of such a pair keeps tenants busy wondering what they'll do next. Bells to Ring NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) here are only 10 bells in the tarkness Tower carillon at Yale University now. But 54 bells, ranging from 15 to 9,300 wunds each, will ring in the fall semester. The bells, expected to cost 100,000, are the gift of an anonymous donor. r TV Log l:SOp.m. 3-- Bat Masterson 4-- Riverside '65 (color) 2:00 p.m. 2-- Championship Wrestling Clay vs. Cooper 3, 4-- Boxing -- g-- "Sealed Cargo," Dana Andrews 2:15 p.m. 5-- Soap Box Derby 2:30 p.m. 5-- Preakness 3:30 p.m. 2, 8-- Sam-Snead (color) 3-- Preakness 4, 5-- Film Feature 4:00 p.m. 2-- Winston Churchill 5-- Detectives 8-- Am. Bandstand 4:30 p.m. 3-- NBC News (colorl 3-- Casper 4-- Outer Limits 5-- Film Drama 5:00 p.m. 2 -- Inquiring Editor 3, 5-- News (color) 8-- News (color) 5:30 p.m. 2, 8-- Flipper (color) 3-- Jackie Gleason 4-- Ozzie and Harriet (color) 5-- News, Weather, Sport* (color) SATURDAY NIGHT 1:00 p.m. 2, 8--1 Dream of Jeann» 4-- Donna Reed 5 -- Rifleman 0:30 pjn. 2, 8-Get Smart (color) 3, 4-- Lawrence Welk (color) 5-- Lost in Space 7:00 p.m. 2, 8-- "Vertigo," James Slewart (color) 7:30 p.m. 4-- Hollywood Palace wilh Bing Crosby 3 -- Film Drama 5-- Face Is Familiar (color) 8:00 p.m. 3, 5-- Miss U.S.A. 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