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Hiho Free Press i Caldwell News-Tribune, Thursday, July 20,1961-2 THE NEWS-TRIBUNE and IDAHO FREE PRESS Published evening^ euept Sgnday al 316 l«mh Ave. South. hJo-npo, Idaho 83651 by Canyon ?vb'nhing Co. Enleied at iecor-d clem matter ji ihe Pott Olflce ot Narr.po. (do ho, vid*r otl of Worth 8, 1879. M noi'iei required by law or OnJt' of court of competent jjr.idiC' tion to be published weeVly v.iU be pubUhtd m iKe Saiuiday *"ut ol ihiipoper pufwor.i fo Set" oa 60' 108 1 C 1963 at added thereto bcChoprer 164 1933 Seiilo.i la*ioF Idaho. SUBSCBIPIIONRATE Conier, per n0 nih SI. 85 Carrier, ftt year 5 2 2 2 0 Mail [in in Ccn/o-v Ada. O-r/Vte. Gen. Slncre. Washington. Boi«. Payetie, Idaho. Acfa-ni. Volley and Mo'Kejr Cau"!ei OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES 1 Month . . . S 1 50 1 Monih S I 75 3Monrh|. . . . $ 4 ? 5 3«on'S $ 4 7 5 6 Month* S 8 00 6Monrtu S 900 1 Y«ar 515.00 1 Yeo' 517.00 OBITUARIES . Elinor Howard JPJfif " : ·; NAMPA - Funeral services ,, Vital Statistics BIRTHS KIESTER - To Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen Kiester, Marsing Route 1, a boy born July 18, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. SLOAN - To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sloan, 321 Aven, Caldwe!l, a boy born July 18, 1907, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. NOE-- To Mr. and Mrs. Myron Noe, Melba Route 1, a boy, born July 20, 1967, at Mercy Hospital. James Taylor, 1311 Albright, Boise, a girl, born July 19, 1967, at Mercy Hospital. LEE- To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee, 311 Sunny Lane, Nampa, a boy, born July 20, 1967, af Mercy Hospital. MAGERS- To Mr. and Mrs. Anfonio Basabe HOMEDALE -- Requiem Mass for Antonio G. (Tony) Basabe, 59, Homedale businessman for 21 years, who died Wednesday at a Caldwell hospital after a lingering illness, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church In Caldwell. The Rev. John Morgan of St, Hubert's Church will be the celebrant. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery at Emmett. Rosary will be recited at theFlahlft Chapel In Caldwell at B p.m. Friday. Mr. Basabe was born July 10, 1905, in Corittzubl, Vizeaya, Spain, where he was reared. At the age of 15 he moved from Spain lo the United Stales and came directly toEmraetttowork for the Andy Little Sheep Co. He was employed by (he sheep company until 1941. "He was marrledJtiay 17,1941, In" Boise,''to'Dominga (Dee) Arina, and worked a the Emmett sawmill until 1946 when the couple moved to Homedale. They purchased the First Homedale Bank building from the Gem Irrigation District and in 1950 es- Ubllshed the Tango Club, which he since had operated. He -was a member of St. Hubert's Catholic Church parish, the Homedale Chamber of Commerce, the Homedale Booster Club, and the Basque Euzkaldunak Organization of Boise. Surviving in addition to Mrs, Basabe are two brothers, John of Portland and Jose of Vizeaya; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Luisa) Galdos of Emmett and Mrs. Anastasia Basabe of Vlzcaya; two aunts, including Mrs. Art- dresa Basabe of Emmett and the other In Spain. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Felix. Friends may callallheFlahiff Chape! at Caldwell until the time of services Saturday morning. Anfon V. Car/son CALDWELL - Anton V. Carlson, 81, of Eagle, died early today at a Caldwell hospital. He was born April 27, 1886, in Sweden. He came to the United States at the age of 26, and settled at Rlverton, Wyo. He was married to Eunice Bishop In 1943, In Wyoming. They came to Idaho the same year, and farmed in the Caldwell, Homedale and Wilder areas. He retired In 1960 and at that time he and his wife moved lo the Eagle area where they had since resided. He was a member of the Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife and a brother, Oscar Carlson of Caldwell. Cria-iStiBB is scheduled at Mountain View Memorial, at Boise. Arrangements are under direction of Peckham-Dakan Chapel. for Mrs. Elinor 11. Howard, 65, Lloyd Magers, Grand View, a of 1403 10th Ave. S., who died boy, born Ju!y 20,1967, at Mercy Monday at a Nampa hospital fol-. Hospital. lowing a short illness, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday al the Alsip Funeral Chapel with Rev. Dale Vandegrift, rector of Si. David's Episcopal Church of Caldwell, officiating, Services will also be conducted at the chapel by Nampa Chapter No. 30, Order of the Eastern Star, and Interment will follow at Hillcresl Memorial Gardens on Karcher Road. Friends may call at the chapel until 9 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Howard was born Jan. 12, 1902, al Springfield, Mo., and was reared there. She was married to Virgil Howard on April 14,1930,atTulsa,Okla., and they lived in the Midwest for a number of years. They moved to Nampa In 1942, andhad made their home here since. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church of Nampa, and a member of NampaChapterNo. 30, O.E.S. She is survived by her husband, Virgil Howard of Nampa; five sislers, Mrs. Laurence J. Meistrell of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Wilton D. Johnson of Tahlequah, Okla., Mrsi._ Florence H. Daugherty of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Constance F. HarrisofElCajon, Calif., and Mrs. Charles K. Curran of Palm Springs, Calif, MARRIAGE LICENSES Glen Gail Jansson, Nampa, and Vlcki Loraine Miller, Melba; Randal Curtis Davis and Karen Sue Hastings, both of Nampa. DeCaulle Arrives at St. Pierre (Continued from Page 1) then Secretary of State Cordell Hull's opposition to St. Pierreet Miquelon support for De Gaulle was one of the most important factors in De Gaulle's anti- Americanism since the war. De Gaulle was the first French chief of state to vlsitthe islands. He arrived on a foggy morning to the sounds of a 21- gun salute, the pealing of church bells and the blasting of horns and sirens of ships in the port. Slit freighters, including two Israeli ships, hoisted flags and pennants for He Gaulle's arrival. De Gaulle wore a battle uniform decorated wilh two stars of a general when he walked ashore at 8:10 a.m. (5:10 a.m. EDT). He was greeted by an honor Topnotch Bronc Riders Ready tor Rodeo Arena (Continued from Page 1) national top spot with earnings of $15,511 so far Uiis ssascn. Duvall scored times ol eight seconds flat and 13.4 in earlier go-rounds for a total score of 21.4 at the Stamoede, He won lop money Tuesday night. Idaho's king of champions, Dean Oliver, Boise, who took second money last night by rop- in his steer in 14.1 seconds, will draw his second animal in tonight's roping event. Sonny Ehr, Minol, N.D., won the event in 13.8. A near-capacity crowd ot 10,000 fans packed the stampede arena on a second-night performance. Among highlights wasthesel- ection of Miss Linda Campbell of the Circle C Ranch al New Meadows as last night's Queen Contest winner. She will Join Beth Leach of Eagle as finalists in the contest Saturday night. "You've got to catch them ,. . o 9 B c fiddle playing of Billy Arm- ^wSyStaudlence strong instrumentalist with the warmed up lo Michael Landon, Sons ot better known as Lillle Joe of the television series Bonanza, L don ^ Ms ta ttaiderous applause for the and acrobatics. Governor's Views On Game Contested POCATELLO (UP!) - Gov. Church said he had received Don Samnelson was accused only five letters from Idahoans Wednesday of conducting a who favored the Dodd bill to re"personal vemieia" relist strict interstate sale offire- the Idaho Fish and Game De- arms, partment. State Sen. Thomas F. Me- Ateer, D-Pccatello, said this vendetta "is being fed by disgruntled guides and other un- THE CHUTE BOSS at a rodeo does just what the job title implies. He bosses (he chutes from which emerge the bucking broncs and bulls. Sonny Linger, pictured above, is aji old hand at the chutes. When it comes to keeping the action going, the chute boss is one of the main cogs in the wheel. fStaff Photo) C/iufe Boss Keeps Rodeo In Action By DICK JOHNSON It - s U p to the chute boss and Two We tor Post BOISE (UPI) - Marilyn Riggs and Shirley Mendiola of Boise are leading contenders to sue- first " said" Phil Hatcher, 33- Qualified critics who unfortun- ceed Barbara McKenzie as nat- year old steer wrestler from ately arenottrainedgamebiolg. ional comimlteewoman for the "" ists, skilledinbiggamemanage- menL" Samuelson said earlier this week he expects to makecertain changes in the .department by Aug. I. The governor said hehasbeen concerned over falling game rates across the slate and indicated he is in favor of a possible shorter game season for __ jwwzt -sr-rcsss rjBBgag £USMMr.-KSTJSBB: {*v?j»r-"£ Miles had maximum number of harvest- fered chest injuries whenhewas Okemah, Okla. "Then, with a little luck, you can make good time." He had just toppled his steer in 1.1 seconds to capture the lead in the event from Roy Duvall. Coupled with iiis second place 3.8-second Tuesday score, Hatcher moved into the lead with an accumulative score of 15.9. Idaho Young Republicans. The executive committee of the Idaho YKs will meet Saturday to pick a successor. Miss McKenzie, a supporter of the state's ultra conservative wing, left the state earlier this year. Businessman Dies POCATELLO (UPI) - Stacy Smith, Pocatello businessman, Wednesday from injuries ~·f ii J ujj LV ujc v i m i v kiuijii O4iu rilPid 6 4 SGCQIldS, IVllltS ILdU m a x i m u m i i u u i u c i LU i i a t i i«9t~ - . . . . , NAMPA - Rodeo spectators his 14 he ipers to try lo second SC o re a 29 6 the previous night, able animals that the winter pinned between his pick-up truck don't see much of the chute boss, mess ihp tirnnn: anrl hulls nnd v »,,t n . »u^i^rhwTM,. ranro will rarrv_" and the stranded vemcie. the broncs and bulls and but he gels in onplentyofaction, to be sure the pens and chutes For Sonny Linger of Elk City, are in working order. Okla., who has been a chute boss Th e c i, u | e boss, according to for 13 years, keeping the action Linger, is supposed to antici- going and putting the rightbronc p.^ now ^ animal will behave in the arena al the right time is a job that occupies much of his time. Linger, himself a former rodeo contestant, spent 212days in rodeo chute bossing in 1966. He works for Bender Bros., suppliers of rodeo stock. Kenny stanlon a \Veiserbronc i) US ter thrilled'the crowd of 10,000 'as he scored an impres- range will carry.' Crushed by W/re IDAHO FALLS (DPI).- Rex Educator Homed BOISE (UPI) - Max Snow of was in the chute -- "Be one Jump was just off the 68 points scored ahead of him, and it's pretty by Mihalek on Tuesday, Shorty Horn ot Payetie stuck on Rat Fink for the full eight it's a matter of knowing which seconds to score a 53, and animal might hurl somebodyand Steve Coleman of St. Paul, Ore., hard sometimes. From the safety standpoint, SiVe 6 nSsto?seffi»t ft'Si^/SJdMIs.ied Boise Wednesday was named e nl T e score late Wednesda night after he director of todjan education and event. 1 tie score ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ ,,, i m M n M TM « f n r i h 0 T r t a h n n P . bailing wire at a warehouse north of Idaho Falls. which won't. Two Join Staff BOISE (I'PI) - E. James clung to Chipmunk lo score a G«a»rmy, consultant in medical George W. Harris BOISE -- Services forGeorge W. Harris,72,-Marslrig,-whbdled"giiard,of 20 gendarmesfrom,the Wednesday in a Boise'hospital-island and a small girl who handed him a boiiquet. As a band played the Marseillaise, De Gaulle walked quickly to the crowd and shook outstretched hands and exchanged greetings Stock Market following an extended illness, will be held al 2 p.m. Friday at McBratney-Alden-Waggoner Chapel In Boise. The Rev. M. Dale Vandegrift of St. David's Episcopal Church with local dignitaries, in Caldwell, willofficiate. Inter- . ment will be in the Field of Honor, Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise. Harris was born Oct. G, 1894, In Shoshone, Idaho. He had resided In Idaho most of tils life and in Marsing for the past several years. He served in the Army during World War I. A retired bartender, he was a member of the Eagles Lodge at Mountain Home. Survivors include a son, Ronald G., Rialto, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Sunny Pickring, Caldwell; and one granddaughter. Joe I. Hesbitt SALT LAKE CITY - Joe Ir- vln N'esbitt, 50, a former resident, of Slar, Idaho, died Tuesday at a hospital here after being injured Monday while working at the National Reactor Testing Statlonnear Arco, Idaho. A relative said he fell into a hole about 20 feet deep. Services are pending at Blackfoot, Idaho, with burial to be al Butle, .\font. Mr. Nesbitt moved to Blackfoot from Star about 10 years ago. Survivors, in addition to his wife, Lois, include a son, Ronald, of Ft. Lewis, Wash.; three sisters, Mr. Roy Young, Nampa, Mrs. Gladys Slanard, Boise, and Mrs. Pete Johnston, Boise; three brothers, Ben of Boise, Don of Star, and Sherman of Grace; his mother, Mrs. Martha Nesbitt, Star; and two grandchildren. Justice Court Records Cases CALDWEIL--Cases recorded in Justice Court here Wednesday were those of: Bill E. Brown, 1510 Cleveland Blvd., failure lo notify of transfer of title, $5 and $5 court costs posted; Jewell. (Continued from Page 1) s(ore y | stiacl y s _ Trailer Court, paying a friendship visit lo Port Caldwell, display of delicious Said at the north end of the 107- ii cens e plate, $5 and $5 costs mile long canal. Suez Is at the f m e ; Thomas E. McCrorey, south end. Egypt reported a Boise, failure to obey stop sign, number of Israeli planes shot 55 an j 55 cos t s posted; down during (he weekend c^ry R. Farrar, P.O. Box warfare. 223, Nampa, speeding, $20 "Each clash of this kind, posted; Carol Jo Ineck.Caldi-'ell provoked by the Irresponsible Kw ^ 4, failure to yield the and brazen actions of thelsraeli r |g},t of way, $10 and $5 costs military men Is fraughi with a fj ne . Richard W. Mallerup,1904 threat of resumption of the Dearborn St., $5 and $5 costs "military conflict on a large- f| ne; Oscar H. Ochoa, Wilder, scale, threatens peace In the faihire to purchase driver's lie- Kiddle East and International ense 15 posted; James W. MCtirity," the statement said. Fleming, $20 posted. "The main thing," Linger "Everyone is different," Lin- said, "is to see that the rodeo ge r said, -^^ 0 { \^ e p^. runs smoothly and with a min, p i e . There are the good guys Imum of time lag between and the bad mivs " rides."..., .,,,. ,_,. ..,,,,... With all ot the:commotion in the chutes, Linger describes the danger as "normal run of ranch life." FOR USE. NOT ABUSE Littering, Vandalism Despoil Lake Lowell 49. No other bareback riders managed to ride the route, but Phil Weber, a Peggs, Wyo., wrangler, gave a good ride aboard former world's champion conies lo bucking, bucker'Trails End before being tossed to the ground. In the' saddle bronc event, Jackie Wright of Dayville, Ore., earned lop money wilh a score of 58 aboard Floodwater. This When it broncs, Linger .contends. that a 900-pound animal can buck as well as a. 1,100 pounder. pact laws apply to school districts with a certain proportion of pupils from families connected with federal projects. BLM Tour Starts COEIR D'ALENE (UPI) About 30 members and guests of the Idaho Slate Advisory Board to the Bureau of. Land Management arrived here Wednesday for the start of an in- BOISE (UPI) - The Public s P ectim , of . B " 1 ' s , 12lv , Ini ! lil0n Land Law Review Commission acres of public land in the state. has mapped out plans for a three- social work, and Richard A.Gil berts, research specialist, have joined the staff of the Idaho Foundation for MedicineandBio- logy. four of IdallQ Se P'- 3 ' 5 - CALDWELL -- Littering and vandalism are becoming a growing problem at the Joo Corps Project at Lake Lowell, according to the Rev. Richard Birds- by the Commission. Reports Opposition WASHINGTON (UPI) - Arm- Russia Warns DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Noon) 30 Industrials. . .902.39 off .41 20 Halls 271.19 off .98 15 Utilities 133.15 off .06 65 Stocks 331,600ft .52 FROM DALY i CO., BOISE Allied Stores ,32 3/4 American Bosch . . . .45 3/4 American Tel 52 3/8 American Tobacco . . . .36 3/8 Anaconda 49 1/2 Belhlehem 35 7/8 Boeing 09 3/8 Chrysler 46 7/8 Continental Oil 68 3/8 Craw . 47 1/2 Crucible Steel 26 1/2 McDonnel-Douglas . . . .48 5/8 DuPont !54 1/2 Eastman Kodak 139 1/2 General Electric 99 1/4 General Foods 79 3/8 General Motors 81 3/4 Idaho Power 32 5/8 IBM 496 1/4 Kennecott Copper . . . .48 5/8 Uggett ti Myers 73 7/8 Lockheed Aircraft . . . .72 1/8 Montgomery Ward . . . .24 1/4 National Biscuit 44 5/8 New York Central 83 5/8 N. American Aviation . .48 1/4 Parke Davis 28 Pan American 30 3/8 J. C. Penney 65 1/2 Pennsylvania R. H 69 3/8 A. J. Industries 71/8 Am. Airlines 42 5/8 Baxter Lab 70 7/8 Gamble -Skograo 29 Phillips Petroleum ... .65 1/4 Radio Corporation 52 V/8 Republic Steel 47 5/8 llevnolds Tobacco 42 1/2 Rockwell Spring 4 Axle . .35 3/8 Safeway 23 SI. Regis Paper 31 7/8 Sinclair Oil 15 1/2 Mobil Oil 41 3/4 Southern Pacific 31 Standard Oil ot Calif.'. . .58 1/8 Standard Oil of N. J, .. .62 3/4 Union Pacific 43 United Airlines 83 3/4 U. S. Steel 48 1/2 Westlnghouse 60 1/4 Woorworln 31 1/2 Youngslown Steel 33 3/4 was far below the Iopscoreot63 The Idaho trip will be the final scored Tuesday night by Ned le f af a tollr of tne Northwest Londo of Las, Vegas, Nev. Five Tuesday night riders had made better scores. The big thrill for the night violators that there are trash came during the Brahma ball ed with 44,000 Idaho signatures, cans around for papers and bot- riding when Nampa's Buck Tul- Sen. Frank Church saidWednes- tles and this unfortunate prob- ley was tossed to the ground day he told a Senate subcommit- lem will be solved." · split seconds after his twisting tee that the people of Idaho are County Commissioner Fred bull, B14, cleared the chute. · "overwhelmingly opposed to all, president of the Marsing Nichol said Thursday that plans The bull rolled Tulley with his newfederalgtmlawlegislation." Job Corps Community Relations are being formulated to have an head. Quick work by rodeo law enforcement officer at the work project site at various times of the day and especially on weekends. Nichol also said additional trash cans and additional tern- Council. "A fine recreation area is in the process of taking shape," said Birdsall, "but between the time when the work is being done and the time when it will be completed problems have porary toilet facilities would be arisen, due to the fact that the placed in the area before this work is not yet completed but weekend to fill the needs of the the area is still open to the public during the construction public." Birdsall said members of the Community Relations Council met Tuesday with theCanyon County Board of Commissioners clowns diverted the enraged bull before the rider was gored, but not before the animal had tossed and rolled one of the clowns. High and Low period. Scouts Due At Jamboree NAMPA-- Best score in the event was Atlanta turned in by Carl Nafzger, Bismarck Clarksville, Texas, wilh a 69. Boise He stayed on top of a spinning Boston bull to move into second place Caldwell just behind George Paul of Del Chicago Rio, Texas, who scored an im- Cleveland pressive 72 on Tuesday night. Denver John Quintans ot Prineville, Des Moines Ore., with a 65; Steve Boswell Detroit of Savanna, Mo., wilh a 53; and Fairbanks Larry Larura of Los Angeles, Fort Worth Calif., wilh a score of 61, were Indianapolis the only other riders to slay Honolulu and Girl Scout officials to discuss the problem. The commissioners and the council agreed that the problem council wilileave JulTsTfortte ttie '^ "unl with their bulls. Jacksonville ..^..,A K/V......K, ,,, ,£ Co TM Cil w111 Ieav « J«ly 26 for the 0|her scores in sad(jle broric Jmeau riding were: Kansas City Chuck Swanson, Cody, Wyo., Las Vegas areas of the work project are ""X; TM "' F , s ,. se! 53; Ralph Maynard, Eagle Bulte, Los Angeles strewn with beer and popbottles , ln JNO rcnresenHhe Ore Ida S ' D " 4S; Gary Fisher, Bulah, Memphis and cans, capers andoihertrash ^^K? ^vj N ' D - 37 = ^ul Strieker, Weiser, Miami Nampa; Patrick Sullivan, Payette; George Norris, Weiser; , J L L I « 1 L 11 WUIttyll Wtil X C H V C JiMlf G O l« should be brought to the alien. twelfth w w Jamboree tion of the public, said Birdsall. Md a[ FarraEUtsta , ePa ; k , rom He said the beach and other eft by those who have used the facilities during the week end. A l [o 9 ' ·The recreation area now ia Kevin Thrall, Payette; Jon Penn- 56 ' the process of being built is el , Caldwe ,', ^mis Gaerte, certainly for the use of the pub. ,, T SM N lie," noted Birdsall, "but not for their abuse." Yoshio Takahashi, Parma, He said officials believe tliat will be a World JamboreeScoiil. bringing the problem to the pub- master at the 13,000-Sccut en- lic's attention will aid in a sol- campment. ull °"; , . ,,,. . The local scouts will travel ,,,.... "More trash cans willbeplac- ^ a ^ rf a contingent rrom rjon Drake, Enumclaw, Wash., »i. K et,s raper ^ ,,, e d ' n th « *TM ^ w f ur ^.TM Region XI which includes tht 13.5; Ed Galema, Straiford, sears 58 7/8 public to take pride in what s s , a(es of Idato Oregw)| Wes[ . Co[m ; 19 8 . r^ Hart) Poca(e! . 48; Bill Smith, Cody, Wyo., 55; Mpls.-St. Paul and J.C. Bonine, Billings, Mont., Nampa New Orleans Tim Erickson of Schnelllng, New York Calif., made a good ride aboard Omaha Big Sandy, a wildly bucking Pal- Philadelphia omino, but was disqualified for Portland, Ore. missing his horse coming out st. Louis oi the chute. salt Lake Cily Steer wrestling times inclu- Dle £° . San Francisco Wednesday's high was 113 at Calif. Albarlsons 9 7/8-10 3/8 Union Oil 50 5/8 Affiliated 9.21-D.66 Fidelity Cap. . . ,15.85-11.23 Am. Mutual . . . .11.02-12,04 Pulnarn Or 14,03-15.33 Mlllipore 4 3 - 4 4 Continental t.lfc .3 1/2 - 4 Idaho 1st Nat'l. . . .29 - 30 1CA 15.10-16.60 Dow-Theory . . . .8,32-8.09 · ,, , j , . j i a ico ui luauu, vt^Ruii. i i c ^ k - ^umi.f »··.«, ui*it, i u * t } * uwuivt- - beingaccomplishediiiourcounty ern Mon(Ma WlsMrgton Md i 0 , 20.3; B.L. Tolbert, Fountain WimI P* and to place Irasn where it be- Alaska _ Qn (te wy (o (he Wor]d Co , 0 _ 2M . Somjj , Ehr Mjnot) longs, not where it is most con- Jamboreej they will have a pre- .N.D., 19.4; Kenny Schroeder, venient," said Birdsall. jamboree training camp. Okarchie, Okla., 40.0; Bill Du- Birdsall noted that vandalism W Mle the local scouts are vail, Boynlon, Okla., 10.1; Kenny is also becoming a problem, ^th tne scou t s from nearly 100 Neuens, Bismarck, N.D., 11.0; at Evanston, Wyo. He said five cosjy wooden in- o(her natjons (n , daho (tle Ore . wjck Pe|h tod ta(1 luckbytaking formation slgis have been tanen [da ' Colinc il will carry on alocal two falls from his horse before down and burned. program based on the Twelfth giving up with no time. "We all should be astomed {^ rBM TQmhnrDO ,^ mf ,, Fnr ° CM roping times Included: Birdsall, "so we urge ^rwliMnclude' wo'rTd"camD- DiClt Rosenber e' E»ensburg, the public to report any such frls Jd ro^ams Wash., 17.9; Grant Roberts, Lew- vandalism they see talcing place p ^ ' iston, 21.0; Bud Farris, Las to (he Sheriff's office immed- At the same time a total of .Cruces, N.M., 15.1; DlckFelton, lately. 10 million scouts around the phoenix, Ariz., 28.1; Bill Al"As is often the case only a world will be holding special lo- bin, Comanche, Tex., 26.0;Gary few Utterbugs mess up things cal events to mark the observ- Corradlni, Vale, Ore., 26.4; (or the general public," hesaid. ince of the World Jambore* and Lowell Taylor, Caldwell, 11.3; "So we urge the public's co- to celebrate the GOth annlver- and Jack Wallace, Ellensberg operation In this matter, Remind sary of the Scouting movement. Wash., who look a ten second Max. 83 96 90 75 95 68 83 80 85 81 57 80 81 88 90 61 87 107 82 82 81 81 16 86 93 16 64 73 18 85 94 Min. Poroders Scheduled NAMPA-- Scheduled for pre- rodeo exhibitions at Snake River Stampede performance tonight are the Meridian Riding Club and the Canyon County Posse. In the parade lineup will be the Canyon County Posse, Kuna Kave Riders, New Plymouth Riding Club, Jr. Spurs 4-H Riding Club, Black Canyon Riders, Dry Creek Wranglers and Caldwell Kufflettes. The Ada County Posse-eltes and Twin Falls Jr. Posse are to present arena riding exhibitions Friday night, and the Friday mounted parade lineup Includes the Twin Falls Juniors, Payette County-Po-Ettes, Eagle Riding Club, Owyhee Vacqueros 4-H Riding Club, Broken Spur Riding Club, ION Appaloosa Club, Western Riding Club, Payette Valley Riders, and Boise Riding Club. Herndon Seeks Demo Position SALMON -- Salmon attorney James Herndon today announced that he will be a candidate for state president ol the Young Democratic Clubs of Idaho, at its annual convention in McCall on Aug. 18-19. Herndon will be seeking to/ill the unexpired term of Boise at- 69 torney Leo Krulitz, who has an- 70 nounced his resignation so that 58 he can attend the Stanford 6i Business school this fall. Krulitz 64 was elected last year to a two- 63 year term. 54 Herndon is the son of the late 60 Charles Herndon, Idaho's Dem- 53 ocratic gubernatorial candidate 10 who died in an airplane crash 64 last September. Morrison Knudsen 245/8-251/8 of such irresponsible action," Frielu)S hi p ." Special local acti- Inlcrmountain Gas .14 - 14 1/2 "IH tirrf«ll »sn we HTTP ... ..f . , . said CANYON COUNTY'S LARGEST FASTEST GROWING SHOPPING CENTER IS SFFlliMr TENANTS FOR AN ADDITION OF 50 SS SQ FT. OF RETAIL STORES AND SHOPS WE WILL BUILD TO SUIT NEEDS OF TENANT? CONTACT MR. WILBUR . 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