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Idaho Free Press 4 Caldrell tows-Tribune. Thnrah/, June 8.1937 - ^ THE NEWS-TRIBUNE and IDAHO FREE PRESS Publ.thed fucnmgt tittpl Sundoy ot 316 rentK A.e Soulh Noiipa Idaho 83651 by Canyon Publnhinq Co Entvitd en uond rjou mallet ot rK-e Poit OHice al Narrpo Idaho undtr ocl oi Morch 8, 1879. All notim required by law 01 ordei of court ol compete"! (griidic- lion la b« pubM.ed weekly ..! be published n the So'uidoy iiiue of this pojxr pun.onl lo Seclian 40 108 I.C 1963 oi orjdtd iheielo by CKaptti 164 1933 Seuion laws ol fdono, SUBSCRIPTION RATS Coriiir. pet monlh SI.85 Caniei. per yeo. 5 2 2 2 0 Mail |in ad.ance] in Conyon, Ado. O«yhet. Gem. Elviore. Woihing. ton, Boise, Pottle. Idaho. Adami, Val't, ond Malheur Counties. OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES 1 Monln S 1 50 1 Mcnin . . 5 l 75 JMonlhi S 4 2 5 3Monrhs S 4 75 'Months S 800 6 Months . . S 900 1 Yeor SI500 1 Y e o r . . . ' SI7CO OBITUARIES Vital Statistics BIRTHS SEEWALD - To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sei?*n!d, 411 Fourth Ave., S,, N'ampa, a boy born June 6, 1967, at Caldwell Mflin- orlal Hospital. LONGSTREET - To Mr. and Mrs. Dew Longstreet, Nampa Route 1, a girl torn May 29 at Mercy Hospital, MARRIAGE LICENSES Andrew Piper and Ritth E. Baker, both ft Caldwell; John Robert Hull, Twin Falls, and Nancy Kaye Rankin, Caldwell; James Monroe Evans and Helen Eliiabeth Chancey, both of Bend, Ore.; Terry Richard Workman and Linda Paillette Lambson, STATE MEWS BRIEFS Dorman Defeated In AFL-CIO Vote Mae R. Peterson Dickman andCharlotte May Whit CALDWELL - Mrs. M.ie R_ ney, both of Nampa. Peterson, 85, of 111 Cleveland Blfl., CaHwull, died Wednesday in a Caldwell hospital. Services are pending at the Flahtff A. J. Hopkins PARMA - Services for A. J, Hopkins, 85, of Parma, who died Tuesday In a Nyssahospltal.will be held at the Peckham-Dakan Chapel In Parma at 2p,m.Satur- day with the Rev. Paul Yadon of Chapel in Caldwell. Parma officiating. Interment ·vlll be at Roswell. Mr, Hopkins was born March 22, 1882, In Cassville, Mo., and Mrs- Ber | ha E . ursen, 82 of lived in Texas for (wo years. E . Main, Jerome, whodiedTues- He returned to Missouri for a dayinaCaldwellhospltal.willbe time to maxe a home for his neld in j erom e, The Peckham- mother and two sisters, Man chapel arranger j services Oi Aug. 30,^903, he was mar- for H0 ';e Chapol of Jorotno. ,. ..,,,_ i. TM._, ^ c ^ Larsen was born Sept, 1884, in Payson, Utah. She reared there and married MC CALL (UPI) -- "f Just got manager of the Idaho State Auto- clobbered," Darrell Dorman mobile Association, said only 13 admitted. per cent favored raising the gas Dorman. presdent ofthe Idaho tax and only 7 per cent thought AFL-CIO for 10 years, was be- an increase in registration fees feated Wednesday in a runoff would be proper. election at the union's annual fifii'i, f^-t^. convention by Robert UfacFar- VrflCIOIS tOflfef lane, business leader for Poca- BOISE (UPI) - A mneflngwas tello's electricians union. scheduled today between Gov. 'It seems to me like the Don Samuelson, Attorney Gen- trend all over the nation andlike eral Allan Shepard, State Insur- In Idaho lasl year, is to turn out ance Commissioner John Elaine the people wno're i n -- whoknow and Adi County Prosecutor what they're doing." Wayne Kidwell about the Sierr» William Hoop, Priest River, a Life Insurance Co. problems. member of Woodworkers Local Kidwell said he is considering 3-10, was named vice-president, including this company in the both of Narapi; and Ronald Ray p a ui Mais, Boise, of the Meat- Ada County grand jury Investlga- cutters Union, was unopposed for Hons. the Job of secretary-treasurer. Tom Piy.it! of Nampa. a member of Painters Local 495, was elect- Bertha E. Larsen CALDWELL - Services for FOR TEACHERS Fifth Year Schooling Is Urged BOISE (UPI) - A committee evaluating the Idaho Depart- BONNERS FERRY (UPI) - A 'Dissension' Try rled In Cassville to Ethel Stubblefield. Theeouplemovedtothe ^ Central Cove community In 1920. wa ' In 1923, they moved to Roswell silk Larsen on April 8, 1904 and to a farm north of Parma in in provo Utah 1936. ed to the board of directors, crost of 34feetSat,irdaywaspre- An AFL-CIO resolution back- dieted for tho Kootenai River, but ed Sen. Frank Clnrch by "boy- the level is expected lo fall to cottlng" cosmetics products pro- 31.5 feet in 10 days. Floodstage duced by William Pcnn Patrick, s 31 feet, but dikes protect the Californian who Is behind a mwe area to a level of 36 or 37 feet. to recall church. Opposes 'Threat' WASHINGTON (UP!) - Sen. BOISE (UPI) - Republicans Frank Church, D-Idaho, one of 15 ment of Education recommend- have accused Minority Leader senators to vole against the ed Wednesday the state should Darrell Manning, D-Pocatello, administration's anti-rail strike have a fifth-year post graduate of trying to create "dissension" bill, said Weitesdayhfldldsobe- teacher training and a sort of with his proposal to elect acoal- cause the measure "holds an in- Job Corps for young instructors. Ition speaker of the House. Sec- sidiais threat ot future federal The recommendation was (he retary of the State Pete Ceuar- intervention into all aspects of conclusion of a threeday study rtisa, former House speaker, American economy." of the Department of Education said "Manning wants one-half They lived in Payson for a Mr. Hopkins had lived in Parma time and at the Uintah Reser- by educators from the U S De- ownership in something he since he retired from farming in Va tj 0 n tn Utah until 1926. They parlment of E d u c a I i o n, the doesn't own at all ... He's got 1948. He was a member ofthe m0 ved to Jerome in that year, states of Washington and Kan- to realize you've got to winelec- Baptist Church. Open Sale Sought BOISE (UPI) - A Pocatello attorney has irjja.l the Stale Mr. Larsen died Oct. 13,1938, sas, Idaho's two universities and 'ions to enjoy thesa privileges." Land Bosrl to open to the Surviving him In addition to ( n Jerome. Mrs. Larsen was a private observers. A L U' I, his wife are four sons, Albert, member of the Jerome First LDS The report noted that Idaho *«»* nigfter Ward Church. has already considered the fifth Surviving are a son, LeRoy Varner, Andy and Robert Hopkins, all of Parma; a daughter, "national market" a proposed sale of 1,700 acres of state land BOISE (UPI) - Intermountain on Payette Lakes near McCall. u ..... year of college work for teach- Gas Co. has filed an application Herman J. McDcvitt said he re- Mrs. Homer Hatch of Mountain Larsen of Jerome; a daughter, ersbeforetneyarecertlfiedpro- to "adjust rates" with the Idaho presented firms and persons in- Home; two sisters Mrs. Lulah Mrs, Leonard Ilia Shulsen of fesslonals. Public Utilities Commission, terested in the acreage amlde- Wertz of Cassville and Mrs. Jerome; a brother, Mearl Ber.S Under fifth - year proposals, company president Ralph Gibson manded they be given an equal Katherine Howell of Oklahoma of Spanish Fork, Utah; four sis- the student would return to his said Wednesday. Tim rate in- opportunity to bid on the pro- Cli-,y, Okla.; and 19 grandchildren ( erSl Mrs. Mae Hancock and Mrs. college after a year's teaching crease is being sought, he said perty. and 20 great-grandchildren. A Laverne Hubert, both of Paysun; experience and complete a post "so an adequate rate of return n graduate course of a minimum couldbe realized... " l i O S G C U l O T of 30 semester hours. f t A j The fifth -year program, the ** rfln ' Approved committee reported, would BOISE (UPI) - The Economic strengthen teacher preparations Development Administration has CALDWELL - Appeal has for a higher level of profession- approved a $274,510 grant and a been made from dismissal of a ^..^..^ ,,....,,,, ... *\ competency. A n u m b e r of 20-year loan for $75,000toserve second-degree burglary charge Boalmju, 16, of Caldwell, died states ^ readv require It, the re- industrial areas and low Income against Lance T. Lorrigan, 23, at his home this mm-uing. He P 0 !,' sald - families on the Fort Hall Indian Natnpa, in Seventh District Court wasbornSept.il, 1930, inCald- The commttee also recom. Reservation. rta|te. 3 wMed We, 6 sday.in-- we]1: Services will be announced m * n *d "P' 10 P"*^" «*r T- a'Boise hospital, Ainllbeconduct- bv Peckham-Dakan Chanel wtllcn stu(k!nt teachers would I U A son, Herman, and two brothers and a sister preceded him In Mrs. Roxie Gull of Spanish Fork an( j Mrs. Genovieve Olsen of Jerome, seven grindchildren and Those desiring to do so may s i x great-gramlcJilldren, make memorials to their favor ite charity. Walter Hiring MERIDIAN - Services for Walter F. Elfring, 83, Meridian Donald Boatman CALDWELL - Donald W. by Peckham-Dakan Chapel. lu/a B. Bettis CALDWELL - Mrs. LulaB. Bettis, 16, of 119 E. Logan, Caldvell, died Wednesday In t Caldwell Hospital. 9;e wasborn ed at 2 p.m. Friday at Robison Chapel of the Chimes. The Rev. Ralph Fotherglll ol the Meridian Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be at the Meridian Cemetery with services by the Masonic Lodje. Mr. Elfring was born Nov. 28, 1883, In Button, Neb. He married Bessie Ayre on May 7, 1917, tn Pocatello. He was a resident of Meridian for the past 15 years and was a retired farmer. He was a member ofthe Methodist Church and Richfield Lodge No. 70, AFAM. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Bessie Elf ring of Meridian; three sisters, Mrs. Raymond (Katherine) Koehler, Harvard, J 8 " 8 " government apologized, Neb.; Miss Martha Elfring of ,,?"·,,. . Sutton, Neb., and Mrs. Loilse The Llber 'y Westfall of Rockwell City, Iowa. Pallbearers at the services work with'small school districts BOISE (UPI) -- A spot survey and the Department of Educa- of 600 Idaho motorists shows that tion. The report describes'the 80 per cent of those replying project as similar to "candy- claim the governor should in- stripers," or student nurses. elude the subject of highway The "pilot projects" would in- finances in a special call of thfi elude work with scouting or- legislature. Ken M i l l e r , by Peckham-Dakan CtupeL 4 Yanks Die In Assault On Vessel (Continued from Page 0 Milller, lelt Rota, June 2. The Pentagon it arrived at her position today to "assure commu- Da'v'ls7Erd'on"Bo1ce,'\vmiam'w" nations between U S govern- pn i c barriers." Brown, Eugene Muller and Otto me . nt f osts in * e Mlddle . B » st ' and to assist in relaying information concerning the evacuation ot American dependents and other American citizens from countries of the middle appearance for Alecia Gonzalez, east." 31, of 1803 3rd St. N., on a Goulding said the ship, with charge of disturbing the peace 15 officers, 279enlistedmenand was postponed indefinitely today 3 civilian technicians aboard, after she was taken to Mercy was {lvin K (ne American flag. Case Postponed NAMPA - A scheduled court Driver Given 3 Citations -- Police reported Hospital. Police said she became ill while In thecityjailtollowingher arrest at about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday In connection with an alleged NAMPA disturbance in the 1800 block of three charges were Issued W.vl 3r1 s - »'· nesday against Arthur W. Pearson, 45, of 404 22n1 Ave. S., Namrn, after a collision on 1st CALDWELL-Engenio Gutier- St. S. res, 49, entered a plea of In- Pearson was charged with fail- nocent to charges of disturbing nre to notify police of an accident, the peace when he appeared in failure to report striking an im- Justlce Court before Judge John attended vehicle and basic rule W. Gunn Wednesday. He was released under $40 bond and was Plea Is Innocent to appear today for lioaring. A companion of Gutierres, Samuel H. Nava, 24, pleaded guilty to the same charge ar.1 was fined $35 and $5 court costs. Suspect Questioned BRUSSELS (UPI) - Police said a mtn recently discharged from a ment»l hospital w»sjies- Honed In connection with last month's fire that dfstroyed the L'Innovation department store. violation. Reports said a cai owned by for June 19. Burl V. RM,UU, 5C'1 Sunset, Nampa, was struck while parked ai i curb. Awards Announced POCATELLO (ISU) - Don and Linda Roger 1 ; of Namna, Judy Klrkland of Melba, and Jim Sellers of Caldwell were among 16 students receiving meritorious performance awards recently Alpha Psl Ompjii, national May 9. ...The..appeal froijiifhe decision of District Court Judge Gilbert Korris was filed Wednesday by Prosecuting Attorney C, Robert Yost in behalf of the State of Idaho. In his order of dismissal, Jiulue Norris cited the famed Miranda case as being the basis for his decision. Lorrigan had been charged with second degree burglary of the home of Percival A. Wcsche at 323 19th Ave. S., Nampa, The chargesagalnsthimhadbeen dismissed following suppression of evidence which included a .22 calibre gun and alleged confession to having been in the Wesche home. The notice of appeal to the Idaho Supreme Court, appealing "from lhat certain order suppressing evidence and judgment dismissing said action" ... on May 9, was filed in District Court. Woman Injured In Collision CALDWELl^-Deloris Lerma, 54, Wilder Labor Camp, was reported In good condition a' Caldwell Memorial Hospital where she is recovering from injuries suffered in a 2-car accident at the Intersection of Kimball Avenue and Elm Street at 11:38 Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lerma went through an intersection where, police report, the stop sign had Iwcnp-ill- ed up less than half an hour before. Her car was hit by another auto driven by Domingo Ualguen, 402 Denver Street, House Rejects Debt Increase . . . . , (Continued from Page 1) week to work out the agenda Wednesday's high was 102 at year since early in World War for the session he plans to call Presidio, Tei. n when the nation's debt began This morning's low was 33 at a steady cllnb. The defeat was not likely to do any damage to the nation's finances, although it demonstrated an economy bloc strength in Ihe House that could mean (rouble for the administration later. Something has to be done on the debt limit before July 1, when the present temporary limit would expire, dropping the community projects dealing with young people, the report said. The committee said the department was to be commended for its secondary accreditation program. The department was also commended because all of Idaho's parochial schools have been accredited by t h e state, which the committee said the department was not required to do The department was commended for efforts in obtaining a statewide educational television network, despite the state's sparse population and geographic barriers. A comprehensive report by the committee will be written and bound and then delivered to the state In about a month, the committee said. Chamber Urges Gas Tax Hike MARSI.VG (UPI) - Members of the Marsing Chamber of Commerce want Gov. Don Samuelson to Include a proposed increase in the state gasoline tan on the agenda for a special session of the Legislature. In a resolution adopted unanimously Wednesday, the Chamber said that additional funds are need by the State Highway Department. Samuelson meets with Republican and Democratic legislative leaders sometime next High and Low ^^m NATIONAL Max. Atlanta 82 Bismarck 67 Boise Dncfnn QUaluil Caldwell Chicago Cleveland DsrwGr Des Moines Detroit Fairbanks Fort Worth Indianapolis Honolulu Jacksonville Jll 1)631 1 Kansas City Las Vegas I. ns Angeles Memphis Miami Mpls.-St. Paul Nampa New Orleans New York Omaha Philadelphia Portland, Ore. St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Washington Winnipeg n oy o£ 76 Tt 1 1 78 82 no lo 78 82 66 87 85 88 84 C9 06 81 93 74 87 86 68 74 83 81 75 82 68 86 71 70 60 65 72 83 73 _ ^^^H Min. 61 53 50 50 A A 44 62 67 J Q Is r3 63 46 70 66 K 10 63 61 60 71 80 r.7 53 67 64 57 61 55 69 51 60 51 52 50 61 51 Airmen Destroy Missiles (Continued from Page I) lulled and 53 wounded in the fighting. A general lull in ground fighting kept American casual- lies last week to the lowest figure in more than a month. Spokesmen said 214 Americans were killed in action during the seven day period ending last Saturday. Tlie spokesmen said 1,161 Americans were wounded and one was reported missing, bringing the total number of U.S. casualties for the war to 76,111, including 10,780 killed. South Vietnamese combat deaths last week totalled 235 and 15 other allied troops were killed. But 5.2 Communists were reported killed for every free world soldier slain, giving the allies their highest "kill ratio" in two months. Officials also announced U.S. troops strength in Vietnam increased by 7,000 last week to a record total of 462,000. Reconnaissance planes which flew over the blasted SAM storage area brought back pictures confirming at least nine loaded missile transporters, one radar van aivl t*o chemical trucks were destroyed. The jubilant attack pi reported they pu! their bombs squarely into the camouflaged base. After the raid, they said, a giant cloud of multi-colored chemical smoke billowed a mile high. Driver Tutors Plan National Meet in 1968 NAMPA - Two driver training instructor* of Canyon County will attend a special meeling at Pocatello Monday to begin laying plans for a national conference on driver training scheduled for Idaho in 1968. They are Ben Korfoot ofVal- Uvue schools, new Third District president of the Haho Driver Education Assn.; and Dale Barker of Nampa schools, past district president and executive secretary of the state association. Both are memlwrs of the state assoeiafion!s..hosfcommitteefor the 1968 conference ofthe American Driver Training and Safety Education Assn. (ADTSEA), to be hald at Pocatello next summer. This will-ae the first ADTSEA conference to be held in 1 lain). The planning meeting Monday is to begin at 9 a.m. at the Student Union Building at Idaho State University. Cash Missing From Station CALDWEuL-Caldwell police report that .someone broke into the American Oil Station at 10th and Chicago Street sometime Tuesday night, taking the entire day's cash receipts. Police are investigating the breaking and entering which the burglar or burglars perpetrated by breaking a glass on an overhead door and letting themselves in. Correction CALDWELL - It was erroneously reported by the Caldwell Police Department through this paper that Fred Colley, 1301 Bliiue Sfreet, was arrested and fined for drunkenness June 3. Colley only put up bond for another man, Cecil Miller, 502 Paynter Avenue, whowastheone charged by the police. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Two Brothers Receive Canyon Grossman Title (Continued irom Page 1) corn ensilage and improving hay and pasture fields, less hay is purchased now than was purchased several years ago. The Christensen Brothers have 12 acres in irrigated pasture; 26 in alfalfa hay; 40 in ensilage corn and 49 Is devoted to roads, canals, gravel pits, drainage ditches and farmstead. Varied Weather Occurs (Continued from Page 1) late Wednesday, destroying a garage and unroofing a barn. High winds hit Beatrice, Neb., near the Kansas border and damaged grain bins and farm buildings. Flash floodwater spilled four feet deep into the streets of Lincoln, Neb., during the nsh hour Wednesday, tying up traffic in the state capital. V»rJ!gre and Nlobrara, Neb., were hit by more than seven inches of rain Wednesday. Crsighton, Neb., where an unofficial total of 7.5 inches of rain was reported, was subjected to some flooding. Bridges spanning swollen rivers and creekswereclosedin several areas of Iowa Wednesday. Winds of 85 miles an hour raked an area of Johnson County, Kansas, near Kansas city, late Wednesday and early today. The southern half of the country was generally clear today, although a few thunderstorms still lingered along the coastal bell oftheSoutheast. Driver Admits Charge, Fined NAMPA - V(rn H. Pralle, 53, of 810 10th St. N., Nampa, pleaded guilty in Nampa Municipal Court today to a charge of driving while intoxicated and ms fined $200 and $5 costs by Judge 0. B. Cox. The judge suspended a 20-day jail term and placed Pralle on probation for six months. Pralle was arrested on the charge Monday. No debts are owned on the investment or the operation. The dairy farm's Grade A milk quota, which was purchased in 1963, was paid off in three years. The operation is run entirely by the family and there is no oft- farm work. Improvements Include a complete drainage system; all irrigated fields leveled and new ditches Installed; liquid manure tank system for complete manure utilization; rotationsys- tern established in grazing for maximum production; complete corn and alfalfa fertilization, including nitrogen phosphate and potash, according to soil tests, and liquid manure to all fields. Herd improvements are made through artificial insemination. Individual stalls are available for animal cleanliness in bad weather, and an automatic wash- down system keeps the barn clean. Corrals and gates are arranged so as to allow milking of 100 cows in 2 1 /; hours. Merlin and Ronald Christensen and their families are active in civic and church affairs. Their sons are participants in Future Farmers of America activities with one of them presently district FFA president. Stock Market Boys To Elect State Officers BOISE (UPI) - Delegates to the annual Gem Boys State encampment elect their state and federal officers today and Frl- day move Into the Statehouse for two days' of mock government. Members of the Silver Party nominate'! Howard Burnett of Pocatello for governor while members of the Gold Party picked Max Christensen, Boise, as their standard bearer. There are 360 boys attending the annual, week-long encampment sponsored by the American Legion. Jury Finds Driver Guilty NAMPA - Ervln W. Mego, 43, Namp.i, convicted by a six- member jury of driving while intoxicated, was fined $150 and $5 costs in Municipal Court today by Judge 0. B. Cox. The judge suspended a 20-day jail term. Mego was arrested March 13. Members of the jury were Virginia Powell, Helen Kr.owl- ton, Carrol Bean, Emma A. Coons, Ronnie A. Hays and Mary Baker. DOW-JONES AVERAGES (.Noon) 30 Industrials 867.33 off 1.8G 20 Rails 251.06 off .18 15 Utilities 132.89 up .06 65 Stocks 316.26 off .41 FROM DALY CO., BOISE Allied Stores . . . . 28 3/4 American Bosch . . . 39 1/4 American Tel 56 1/2 American Tobacco . . 32 5/8 Anaconda 93 1/2 Bethlehem 34 Boeing 100 1/4 Chrysler 40 5/8 Continental Oil . . . 69 5/8 Crane 43 1/2 Crucible Steel . . . . 23 7/8 Douglas 41 3/4 DuPont 155 5/8 Eastman Kodak . . . 135 1/4 General Electric . . 34 1/2 General Foods . . 74 .7/8 General Motors . . . 80' 1/2 Idaho Power . . . . 33 5/8 IBM 481 Kennecolt Copper . . 44 3/4 Liggett Myers . . 71 7/8 Lockheed Aircraft . . 58 1/2 Montgomery Ward . . 23 3/4 National Biscuit . . . 44 3/4 New York Central . 80 3/4 North AmericanAviatton 46 Parke Davis . . . . 26 7/8 Pan American . . . 33 i/g J.C. Penney 62 Pennsylvania R.R. . . 65 5/8 Am. Airlines . . . . 83 A.J. Industries . . 4 5/8 Baxter Lab 65 1/4 Gamble-Skogmo . , 27 Phillips Petroleum . 60 3/8 Radio Corporation . 51 1/8 Republic Steel . . . 44 1/4 Reynolds Tobacco . . 37 1/4 Rockwell Spring Axle 34 1/8 Sa/eway 23 1/8 St. Regis Paper . . 32 3/8 Sears 54 3/4 Sinclair Oil 73 Mobil Oil 43 1/4 Southern Pacific . . 31 Sperry Rand 32 Standard Oil of Calif. . 56 3/4- Stand. Oil of New Jersey 62 3/4 Union PacUlc . . . 40 1/4 United Airlines . . el 1/8 U.S. Steel 43 5/8 Westinghouse 52 1/4 Woolworth 23 3/4 Youngstown Steel . . 30 5/8 Morrison Knudsen 25 1/2-26 Intermountain Gas 9 5/8-10 1/8 Albertsons . . . lo l/8-io 5/8 . . . 57 8.86-9.59 Union Oil Affiliated . '. '. Fidelity Cap . . Am, Mutual . , Putnam Gr. Mlllipore . . . Continental Life Idaho 1st Nat's . . - - - , ..- U4 .,,. ' CA 14.26-15.58 Dow Theory . , . 7.72-8 3 . 14.85-16.14 . 10.49-11.46 . 13.19-14.42 38 1/4-39 1/4 . 4 1/4-4 3/4 . 30 1/2-31 1/2 Livestock, Produce CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Ely, Nev. Postal Employes Seek Recognition NAMPA -- Roy Pllcher, sec- Twin Falls, slate postal clerks retary of the Nampapostalclerks president; Dcsu Worloy, Poci- local, said recognition by law of tello, carriers state vice presl- , . . , . - · -- postal unions will be the mnin dent, and B* Soul, national vice JfTM^ 1 . 6 W *. *" b ?l k .l 0 , « , , -T " t o c a t a meeling scheduled for president for Iho postal carriers « hmion - a f P"»1r«dy - - , « « v bnlvei-sity. Police said the man allegedly confessed trying to set fire to two Brussels apartment houses Monday. Arson Is being probed as a suspected cause of the May 22 department store blue. CAR ON YOUR VINO? Sw Ihe Want Adi for big valuti nataamlmodtli.NOWl Bonds Approved 4 p.m. Elks Lodge. at the NamiB. of Washington, D. C. Also to comeunder Foster and Worley will report attended in May, exceeded by the actual debt. Hearings Start MC CALL, Idaho (UPI) Voters In McCall approved by a margin of nearly 5-1 Tuesday a proposed issue of $381,000 gresslonal District represent*- the meeting as n member of . ... . . In bonds for a lagoon type sewtje rive; Fred (Mottle, natlonalvtce the Federal Civil Service and ',,,,/." ,'...,,V, T», Ti disposal system and Installation president for Hie postalcarriers Postal Committee In the House, "''" TM ?,,.,,',,, '" of ne* sewer lines. of Washington, D.C.; Dill Foster, Pilchor said. of Shearing? the TM- m ; of a series CHICAGO (UPI) -Livestock: Hogs 5,500, barrows and gilts 25-50 lower, weights under 230 Ib 75 lowor no 1-2 200-225 Ib barrows and gilts 23.0ol 23.50; sows 25-50 lower, moderately active, no 1-3 30W50 Ib 19.00-19.50. Cattle 7,500, calves 20, trading on steers fairly active, generally steady with some steers under 1100 Ib steady to strong, heifers moderately aclive, steady, cows moderately aclive, steady, bulls active, fully steady, prime 1175-1475 Ib steers 26.75-27.25; high choice and prime 8751100 Ib heifers 25.75-26.00; utility and commercial cows 17.00-18.75; utility and commercial bulls 20.00-23.50. Sheep 200, small supply spring lambs fairly active, strong to 50 higher slaughter ewes steady, spring lambs, prime 95 Ib 29.50; choice and prime 90-100 Ib 25.00; shorn slaughter ewes utility and good 6.50-7.50. CHICAGO (UPI) -Produce: Live poultry: broilers 27-29; special fed white rock fryers 19-21 1 /?. Cheese: processed loaf «V^2 3 / 4 j brick 48-'i2: muenster 48-52; Cheddars: daisies 50-53%; lonfihorns 50-52'/j; 40 Ib blocks 48-49 3 /.; Swiss: (Wheels): Grada A 58^6 Grade c «» blocks): Grade A 5M1, Grade B 54-59, Grade C 52-54. Wholesale prices as 'reported to the Chicago Mercantile ExchangeButter: steady, 93 score 66; 92 score 66; 90 score 63'/ 4 ; 89 score 59'/ 4 ; carlots' 90 score 64; 89 score 60%. mtv E ?P; St0atly - wwte lar £« extra 25' ±, H ar ^/ e * tras 24y ; medi TMs 21 standards 23'/ ? ; checks 19'/. Potatoes: Total U. S. shipments 515; arrivals 21; track 65. supplies light; man good - 50 - rouwl "^ us! 1 , - , ' ; rzwa · Onions: arrivals 31; track 82- heavy; demand moderate; m ' Callfornia ye " OW K 14 "" Prepack sales: Arizona yellow ES-;

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