Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on November 2, 1965 · Page 7
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 7

Pocatello, Idaho
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Tuesday, November 2, 1965
Page 7
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The al- of enirance ceremony held Sun-'i a r paraments were placed by day morning in the Emanuel l.u- Mrs. H a r r v Krafl, Mrs. L. E.| theran Cliurch edifice ab 1110 Parkway Drive. More than ?00 persons from the area attended the special services Auto Insurance Rates Move Up Pototo Harvest Completed in Butte County (Idaho State Journal. Poeatello Tuesday. Nov. J, 1865--T New Firm Will Run Ore-Ida FOUR-LANE INTERSTATE--This State Highway Department map shows the development of Interstate 15 in Southeast Idaho. Solid lines show interstate already completed, dotted lines indicate interstate to be completed. The project through Poeatello is to be finished in August, IMS. The portion from Arlmo to Virginia will be under construction in 1967. 1-15 from Malad to the Utah border is scheduled between 1968 and 1970. Chubbuck to Igo on I-15W will be under construction during 19M. And .the project from the Rockland Junction west to Raft River is scheduled for 1970. As of Wednesday, when the Inkorn to South Poeatello stretch opens, there will bt 85 miles of four-lane interstate in operation in District One of the State Highway Department. Eventually there wilt bt 172 miles. There is interstate now from Arimo to Poeatello. Interstate 15 Opening Set For Wednesday State Highway department officials said today the new portion c! Interstate 15 between Inkom Utah Company Suing Idaho BOISE (AP)-A Utah oil operation that won an $86,000 Idaho tax refund from the U. S. Supreme Court has asked the Idaho Supreme Court for interest payment on the refund. The American Oil Co. argued It should be awarded Interest to compensate for the time the money was paid under protest to Idaho. The company was refunded taxes levied for supplying oil from Utah to the Atomic Energy Commission's National Reactor Testing Station in Idaho. The U. S. Supreme Court ruled Idaho did not have jurisdiction to levy the taxes. The Idaho tax collector's attorney, William N. Smith, argued today there is no provision on Idaho's law books for paying Interest on taxes beyond 30 days. Smith also argued the U. S. Supreme Court did not award the interest so the oil company could not raise the issue again, But Calvin Dworshak, representing the company, argued the U.S. Supreme Court was not In a position to award the interest because that was not one of the issues before it. The hearing this morning was on the first of 15 cases on the state supreme court's November calendar. The session will continue through Friday. SmiGHt KKTUCKY BOURBON WHISKY · 8J M0» ICE DISIIUINO CO.. FMHIFMT, W. 8 YEAR OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON and South Poeatello will open about 10 a. m. Wednesday. Rogers Construction Co. crews were putting last-minute touches on the nine-mile section today. The company holds two contracts on the new highway--one from InUom to Portneuf Hill, the other from Portneuf Hill to the South Poeatello interchange. The opening of the Inkom-Pocatello stretch will provide 28 miles of interstate highway from Arimo to Poeatello. Officials warned southbound motorists using the new interstate to be cautious at Arimo where the interstate shrinks back to two lanes. They also said drivers should slow to 35 miles an hour when coming off the exit ramp at Poeatello and come to a full stop at the intersection. Large trucks will be turning off the interstate to go to a gravel pit about two miles south of the South Poeatello interchange, officials said. Hopkins. Mrs. Rasmus Christensen and Mrs. Jens Andersen. Members of the church council placed the a l t a r candles, the Bible and service book. Danny Drolllnger and Mike Harrington were candle lighters. The Rev. Johnson said next Sunday will be a visiting day, with one half of the congregation calling on the other members. The day for dedicating the PITTSBURGH. Pa. (A1)-H. plants are in Idaho and eastern polii'o J. Heinz Co. and Ore-Ida FoodsiOregon. For its third quarter ended last Aug. 8 the firm reported net toes, reports Aaron York, countv l ' o r n l e c ' wholly owned Heinz sub- income of $1,507,414 on sales o( agent. He estimated the yield'sidiary. $14,952,664. ARCO -- B u t t e Comity growers havp completed t h e i r ' I n c . . has announced transfer of 4.000 acres of pota Ore-Ida assets to a newly- at 175 sacks per acre ' ' This amounts to about 700,000 The subsidiary u n ( e r the same will operate In exchange (or Ore-Ida's as- . . , , ... e s sacks of potatoes with a gross j Ore ., da and the same name. TM na Bement set s, Heinz issued 377,745 shares value of over on- million dollars. fnjzen ses and se ,, s producfs and Qth . Over 95 per cent of the potatoes er frozen foodstuffs. Some of its produced are certified seed po- BOISE (AP) - The average , , , . . - , , . ,,Idaho car owner has been pay- bu TM"8 "» s b een set for Nov ing 2.7 per cent more for public liability and property damage insurance since Oct. 13--not so bad as last year when rates went up nearly 5 per cent. Idaho Insurance Director Leo O'Connell said higher rate increases this year would be justified. "Loss ratios are terrific," 0'- Connell said. "But the compa- ries are worried about driving insurance out of the market." The director noted his comment was not an official one because Idaho law does not require his department to approve, or even consider, such increases by private companies. The regional office of Farmers Insurance Group here in Poea- tello said today that rates in Utah were raised 9 per fectivc Wednesday. "No rate increase in Idaho is expected at this time," said Paul Johnson, regional underwriting manager of FIG. 21. of common and 103,012 shares of a new series of $3.50 second cumulative convertible p r e- ferred stock. Distribution of Heinz shares to Ore-Ida shareholders at the rate of .3667 of a share of common , ,. , ---, - -.- and .10 of a share of preferred year to year and field to f i e i d j t o tne f a c t most O f tne growers:for each share of Ore-Ida stock lome potato producers reported store their crops for a time to outstanding, is expected to be- good quality. Others reported an sort out the seed size tubers. gin in about two weeks. unusually large number of rough York further noted the quality potatoes, of the potato crop varies fromi shipments have been low due Actress Rita Johnson Dies HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actress Rita Johnson, 52, died in County General Hospital when her heart failed following a brain hemorrhage, a hospital source disclosed today. An autopsy was performed, but cause of death has not been officially determined pending the results of laboratory tests, the coroner said. Her mother, Mrs. William SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Automobile insurance rate increases of about 10 per cent go into effect in Utah this week, the Utah Insurance Department reported today. State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. and Farmers Insurance Exchange, the two biggest auto insurers in Utah, raised t h e i r rates effective today. All national bureau insurance companies will raise their rates Nov. 3, an insurance department spokesman said. The National Bureau of Casualty Underwriters' planned 12.4 per cent rate Increase will go into effect then. The State Farm Mutual Co. said more than 66,000 state motorists will be affected by its 8.3 per cent boost. "Increased claim costs are partly responsible for the hike," said a company spokesman. . "But mostly it is driver apathy toward traffic safety." e - Johnson, formerly of Worcester, I Mass., said her daughter collapsed suddenly Saturday mom- ing in their West Hollywood apartment. She was treated at an emergency hospital and died Sunday night at General Hospital. Miss Johnson appeared in 22 films, starting in 1937. In 1940, Miss Johnson, a native of Worcester, married Stanley Kahn, a New York stockbroker. Their marriage ended a few years later in divorce and she never remarried. 4 Attend State Demo Meeting BLACKFOOT -- Mrs. Donald Shultz, county Democratic chairman, state committeeman and committewoman Frank Bailey and Mrs. Leonard Cornforth and S t a t e Representative Wilbert Cammack attended the Democratic State Central Committee meeting in Boise over the weekend. Mrs. Shultz said the Bingham County delegation was disappointed over voting procedures. A lot of people are taking a second look at the low-price field ... since this new Olds F-85 came on the scene! We ask you: Did saving money ever look so good? Don't answer till you buckle up and take the wheel of a new 1966 Olds F-85. You couldn't bargain for a smoother, quieter, sweeter performing car. COMPLETE WITH SAFETY FEATURES |L1KE « FRONT AND REAR SEAT BELTS . TWQ.SPF.ED WINDSHIELD WIPERS . WASHERS . BACK-UP LIGHTS · OUTSIDE MIRROR-ALL STANDARD-AMD ALL DESIGNED TO MAKE YOU A SAFER DRIVER! Yet it's priced right down in the low-price field! So take that second look at the expanded line of F-85s now at your Oldsmobile Dealer's. Your "just looking" dayi may be over! LOOK T O OLDS FOR THE NEW! " TEP OUTFROM'JJ ... in a Rocket Action Car.' e «'KT»UK*a.cuTu*s.rij.mT«ciniiii».iTmmf4 4 2 QLDSMOBILE ·n» ii«i to co »mn THI -CHOP, it. . . lit nun loCU nutHoliiliD luouotiu ou.ntr cuitu TOD»»I PARK PRICE OLDSMOBILE 300 North Fifth Avenue Poeatello, Idaho i.u.u.i I I.IMUJ.UI.J j m .* * * * * * * * * * * Your account in First Security Savings is insured! The United States Government's Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation insures the safety of your savings up to $10,000. 20-DAY BONUS every month Savings received by the 20th earn from the 1st fate per annum Earnings paid twice a year -June 30th and December 31 * /*/ OF YOU* \^i ,'tif/ SAVINGS Vg) 1 I ujBBBBHBBMH^lT^ 1 INSURED FIRST SECURITY Sayings Loan POCATELLO IDAHO FALLS Head Office 349 West Center Branch Officf 379 A Street FIRST SEamirr SAYINGS * LOAN ASSOCIATION * * * * * * * * * * *

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