Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on August 22, 1958 · Page 8
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 8

Pocatello, Idaho
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Friday, August 22, 1958
Page 8
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8-IDAHO STATE JOURNAL ·Friday, August 22, 1958 Paul Hoff Honored Paul R. Hoff, administrator of the Bannock Memorial Hospital, was "advanced to the stalus of membership in the American College of Hospital Administrators, a professional society, at the 24th annual convocation ceremony at Orchestra llall, Chicago. The college, currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, was founded for the purpose of providing recognition io men and women who have done and are doing outstanding 'vork in their careers as hospital administrators. Wins Vacation Trip Boh L. Radford, produce department manager of the Safeway Store, 135 North Arthur, has been named- winner in a regional company sales contest according 16 David Thornton, manager of Ihe Safeway Store. Bedford's prize is a vacation trip for two to Las Vegas. His victory was the result of a sales campa'gn within 67 Safeway Stores located in the I n t c r m o u n t a i n area. Play Safe While You Drive! Kc cp alert-chew gum Avoid traffic jitters and driving drowsiness. Chew g u m - w h i l e you're behind the wheel. Chewing helps relieve strain and tension--helps keep you feelingfresh and alert for safer driving. Chew any brand of KKNNETH B. LOHGED Kiwanis to Send Four to Logan The Khvanis Club of 1'ocalcllo will be represented at the 1953 convention of the Lltali.fdaho District of Kiwanis International at Logan, Utah, Aug. .10-Sept. 1, club president M. T. Sargent announced, Lncul delegates to Ihe convention will be Sargent, George W. K n o f f , Russell f,. Humphreys and Horace Nelson. Kennelh B. I.ohced, newly elected prcsidc-nt of Kiwanis I n t o r n a - tion, a Toronto, Ont.. businessman, will be featured speaker nt the three-liny meeting in Ihe Union Building of Utah State University. Also on hand will be Reed C. Gulp, a past president of Kiwanis International. Delegates from 57 clubs, representing about 3,200 bnsiness and professional leaders, will participate in Ihe various sessions. Contour Cropping Gains in Popularity MALAD -- Contour strip cropping is t h e ' b e s t single dry f a r m practice which farmers can employ to reduce erosion. It can -in. crease yields, decrease fuel eosls, and repair costs on machinery. This practice is ga'ning fast in popularity with formers. During 1957, 4,007 acres were established in Oneida Soil Conservation District with the assistance of So'J Conservation Service and the Agricultural Slablization and Conservation Agency. The Soil Conservation Service in the Oneida District gives first priority to contour strip cropping on dryland. They make every effor! 'possible to supply technical help to armcrs for this practice. Journal Classiicd Ads Get Results Mental Hospitals Officials to Meet BOISE, (UPI) - S t a t e Health Administrator Tcrrel 0. Carver, said he expected at l e a s t tO staff physicians and psychiatrists from mental h o s p i t a l s , schools for the mentally retarded and Veterans Administration mental hospitals in the Northwest at a conference Aug. 29 at Nampa. Institutions in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado a n d - I d a h o have been inv i t e d to send staff doctors, he said, $350,000 FOR DIVORCE HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Actor Ernest Borgnine has agreed to pay his estranged wife, Rhoda, $350,000 over the next 15 years if she in turn will file for a divorce. gum you like but chew while you drive. Naturally, we recommend refreshing, delicious Wrigley's Spearmint Gum--for lively, satisfying flavor and real chewing enjoyment. THE ONE N A M E TO ·Remember FOR REMODELING Is McLELLAND'S! For building jobs from A to Z ... a patio . . . a den . . . a TV room . . . a garage . . . an extra bedroom . . . making on old house look new--McLelland's is the place to come for the finest in building materials. We also hope you will ask us to help plan that new addition. Easy Credit Terms, too! ORDER ALL YOUR MATERIALS FROM BO/I North Fifth Avenue Telephone 3909 DOTT1E NOW! WILLMDL) DO ME A FAVOR ? GO NEXT POOR AND BORROW A CUP OF SUGAR I WENT BACK TO ·--· NOSV WHY DIP THE STORE INSTEAD--! MXJ DO THATp HERE'S FIVE POUNDS ) I DON'T HAVE Yl OF SU6ARJ r -\ MONEY 'LEFT TO PAY FOR IT/ ={ THE THINGS *\. WE HAVE f TO DO TO k. KEEP OUR f LADY ^CUSTOMERS/ STEVE ROPER SALTWATER/-- LETS HUNT UP SOME CUVS WITH SPORTIN' BL. M GET. A LITTLE ACTION WITH THE GALLOPIN' POMINOES HOKEYDEW/-THE JUDGES ) GEE/ I DON'T BESIDES, THE EKTHIS'S 'SUITRARACe IS ABOUT TO START ^ OM THE BOARD- 1 WALK.' LETS SET OVER THERE AVO SEAT CJR PALMS TOR YOUR STEPDAUGHTER WHEM SHE i STEUT5 JULIET JONES MR. TRENT? vwrr BRUSSEL PASSED _ THSEXAM-THAte CORRECT-JWSSED WITH RY1NO COLORS. KRESTON SAWTHE HANDWRJTIN9 ON THE WALL, EH, MAYOR JCNBS? SMART FELLER US GOTTD BB. HE-WHAT? WHAT PI D WU a\Y? TlLl-Ji I SAIP--HE ALSO HANPEPMEHIS RESIGNATION FROM DEVON HISH. H|g ACCEPTED AN OFFERTO BECOME ASSISTANT HEADMASTER ATM*KBt£ PREPJ 6000-BYE, MR.TXarrJ KERRY DRAKE HERE AND 11 NOW TO SI KEEP MUM \ ABOUT HOW 1 MUCH 111. I MISS YOU, / KERRY/ WELL, DARLING-IT'S BACK TO THE MINES FOR THE ' BREADWINNER/ BUT I'LL KNOCK OFF EARLY. SO WE CAN LOOK AT APART- r MENTS! I'll START ]| MEANWHILe, Iff A LAVISH HOTEL SU/7F... I'M SURE I LEFT THE BILLFOLD RIGHT HERE, GABE -- WITH AROUNO * 2000 !MIT.'-. CALL r THAT AINYALFAIFA, 'ICE'/ BJZZ THE COPS!.. WE CAN DO THE TALKING.'.. THEY PON'T EVEN NEED TO SEE THE X" 3 -' =--^ DAN! HA1C AtONE GET ALONG DOWM AND STOVMEAT'S ARROWS KILLED TWO SOLOIEBS AND BADLV WOUNDED THE CORPORAL" OF JOHN WIL-50WICOULO LEARM MOTH IMG "THE V BELIEVED MV YARN7HATITWA9 ABAMDOFHOSTILE INDIAN5 WHO DID THE MASSACRE. WALWKEWDO ^ WE CETOUTO' THIS COUHTRV ? 6TEWMEAT AND 1 ARE READV NOW/ VOU KNOW KOW BAOLV DOR PARTV NEEDS HORSES AHO TOAJJOIEGOANOSEETHE ' 6OVERNOR-WILLVOU GO V j n K M E f I'LLN'EED VOUR HELP, DAW'L. ,__ ' MANFORD A. HALL Retarded Children Unit Meets Monday The Bannock County Parents Council for Retarded Children will meet next Monday at 8 p. m. in the conference room at the courthouse. Manford A. Hall, director of community services for the National Association for Retarded Children will he the speaker. AM interested persons are urged to attend. · Hall, 38, has been director of NARC community services since 1956. Previously he \vorked for ID years with the Hennepin County Welfare Board, Minneapolis, Minn. The last six years were spent as supervisor of caseworkers working wilh retarded children and adults and their families. He is a father of five children. His wife for three years taught retarded children on the high school level. Assistant to IDS Apostles Dies AMERICAN FORK (UPI)-Clif- Ford Karle Young, assistant to the Laller-day Saints Church Council of Twelve Aposllcs and a prominent American Fork businessman, died here late Thursday. Young, 74, had held Ihe high church post for' 17 years. He' had been in failing health for some time but had been a c t i v e in church work. He complained of feeling ill Wednesday night and entered the hospital here Thursday morning. Two .daughters, Mrs. Boyd Page of Bryan, Tex., and Mrs. Dean Farnsworlh of Hunter, were with their father when he died at 11:20 p.m. Young was a widower. Journal Classifieds Bring Quick Results ENDS SATURDAY DOORS OPEN 12 NOON H-»y kltUl As an extra bcnui you'll tec 6 cariocm* wllh matinee. I Feature Times: 6:35-8:33-9:56 ALAN LADD ERNEST BORGNINE Polo Lin« nf Quinn Roodi Phone 980 - Show'Slartl 8:04 Navy Recruiting Area Gets New Commander Capt. Elias B. Molt, USN, recently relieved Capt. Waller J. Barry, USN, as Inspector of Navy Recruiting for the stales of Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington. Capt. Mott comes to the Recruiting Service from duly as Commanding Officer of (he Naval Ammunition Depot, Concord, Calif. As Inspector of Navy Recruiting and Naval Officer Procurement, E'ghth Navy Rccuriting Area, Capt. Mott will supervise, coordinate and inspect the recruiting activities of the area which number in excess of .130 main, sub and branch stations. Capl. Mott's headquarters have been established at Ihe Naval Station, Treasure Island, San Fran- c'.sco, Calif. The previous Inspector's headquarters were In Sail Lake City, Utah. FISH TAIL VARALLO SESIA, Italy (UPI) -- Marck Mars : glio, 35, missed by a tail in Irying to devour the evidence when approached by a fish warden. Warden Anselmo B e r t o I i grabbed the tail ot a 12-inch one- pound trout Marsiglio was trying to swallow and charged him wilh fishing out of season. ROWLAND BROTHERS 8 SATURDAY CINEMASCOPE COLOR CARTOONS Open Noon - Start] 12:30 Over 2:30 p.m. Admission by Rowland Bros. Dairy Cut-ouh EVERY WEDNESDAY IS KIDS' lOc DAY AT THE CHIEF P t l V E - I N South on Highway 91 SHOW STARTS 8 P.M. F E A T U R E AT 8:30 Box Offict Cloiei 10:15 ADULTS 65c - CHILDREN lOc V U ACADEMY AWAKSX _Jfl BEST PICTURE niiunua Church, Dworshak Rap Defeat of Mining Aid Bill WASHINGTON (UPI)- Idaho's [wo senators. today declared thai Bouse rejection of the minerals stabilization bill will cause added wardships in the gem slate's depressed minerals industry Both Republican Henry Dworshak and Democrat Frank Church said the industry must be bolstered. Church denounced the bill's defeat as "a body blow to our do- meslic mining industry" and said t h a t "the crisis n o w confronting our lead and zinc mines is a desperate one." Dworshak sa'id that i t . is "imperative" that the President accept the commission's recommendations. He added that "the desperate plight of this domestic industry should convince Ihe President that stop gap expedients are no longer effective." Lock-Picking Champ Visits Sister Here Visiting in the Pocatello area ij a new kind of champion. A. R. (Red) Barloschek, 1053 East Bonneville, operator of Red's Gateway Cycl* and Key Company, 315 North Main, reports that Glen Hickenlooper, Salt I,ake City, national lock · picking champion, who has had a series of accidents which resulted in a broken leg, is spending some time hefe with his sister Mrs. \V. B. Ransom, north of Ihe city. Bartoschck and Hickenlooper rt- cenlly returned from Chicago wh'ere Hickenlooper, for Ihe second lime, won his lock-picking title at the national convention of the Associated Locksmiths of America. SUNDAY AT THE FOX ORPHEUM Taqullla Si Abro 11:30 p.m. Domingo--Un Solo Dla Adm.: Adullos 60c--Nlnoi 25c Tin Tan En "Lo Qu» Lt Paio Sanion" "Lot Adventurot" DOMT BE ASHAMED TO SCREAM! Everyone will be screaming with you! 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