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1 VOL. XXV. NO. 9-6 CENTS. M«aUr of Aodlt Bar TWIN FALIB, IDAHO, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30, OFFICIAL.CITY NEWSPACBR-r - JAPS TRY PINCERS ON MANILA Retaliation for Bombing Raids Looms for Japs By MACK JO H NSO N WASHINGTON, Dec. 30 (U.R) Gen. Douglas MacArthur. commanding the valiant U. S.-Filiplno defenders of Luzon, vowed today th at the treacherous Japanese 4x>nibing of Manila would be avenged at the "proper time. In a radiogram to the war department, MacArthur ac- cubcd the Japanese of violating civilized processes by raining death and destruction on Manila after it was declared an open city and defenses against air raids were removed. MacArUiur reported th a t the " enemy mercilessly tkimbed th e open city ot M anila,* using 63 boml>ers," and InnicUng severe" dam age on all typm o f d vu lan JnsU llatlona.» u o h -«i-o h u ro h e», I h * - c ath e d ra l, hoepitati. convents, business a n d privau dw ellings. M acarthiir a brief m essage form ed p a rt of th e d e p a rtm e n ts 9Sth w ar Thft ««a m unique lu eu described th e jainuwse bom b a rd m en t of M a-..n ljm i-l> ru ta i" -b U td Jd n o t say any.- tiu ni about th e.progress of tho flgbtu g OQ th e froq U n o r th a n d sotitbmut o f U w U ai iv b sre rolnroce- d Ja p n e M i Une«rep o rte d ly, b a v e neountnd-stonfrau reslstikdpe ; t t m O ti.v, & -FU Iplno forces. is»bxam,<9tu T d etalu n c th e U u lam y Ja p an e se a ctio n ovet* ie d e p * irtu w» tw «h - a *.. b o r«p a U X >.ro ld,«lth... M ila] on clu es Wih tf T o k o b a a a. K obe, O sak a an d notable th a t b efo re M anila was declared a n open c ity a n d be- m. f m our anu -alrcraf t defense evacuated th e r e f tto b e (th e enem y) h a d atetalned fro m a ttem p ted bom bing / a n y t h i n g In M a n ila ex cep t m ill- U ly InatalU tloa. M a ca rth u r nud. P lan a H atau au on "His present actions e a n only be deemed oom pletety vlolauve of all Uie dvlu ied processes of In tern a tional law. A t the proper time I bespeak due r e t a l i a t e m easures." M aoarthurs prom ise to pay tlie Japaaete back In kind vaa contained In the w ar departm ent communique alter a detailed survey of th e bombing of th e undefended city which t h e com m unique term ed senseless and savage." The com m unique, how ever, m ade no reference to th e c u rre n t fig hting in the Philippines. T he d e p a r t m e n t said th a t churches a n d o th e r religious ccnters - were dellberauly se lec te d u i speo- lal UrgeU fo r Uie Ja p a n e se bom b ers, and th a t th e bulldlnrs were of uch architecture th a t they could not have been mistaken.. "Betore th e b ru ta l asaa u lu w ere > 1 begun, Japaneae. bom bing planea \7 Hew low over th e oily, obviously se- lecung the- buildings w hich were submquenuy bom bed," th e d e p a rtment said. C harchm Bm nbed In many of the churches attacked, devout realdenta of M anila h a d RRthered fo r sanctu a ry a n d solace w n the hallowed clouurs. ALIENS l U i IN C A M E K M O s m!» y, S. SAN FR A NC ISCO. Dee. 30 <U.R)-A m o u n ta in of radios and cam cras. w ith a sprinkling of firearms, was plied today in th e offices o( peace authotlu ca th ro u g h o u t the Pacltlc slope, surrendered by alien Japan - u e, Q erm an s atu! It ( n s under an w d ol Att(TOey Oeneral Francis n n i r r e a d e r of t«tlo s and cam - e ra t-w w ordefed because of the dls- covcin t b a t enem y fu th columnists h a d. to r n In commimlcsuon w ith foreign forces, presum ably Pacific raiders Radivs i n S a n P ranelsoo alcne more th a n 3,000 rad io s tu rn ed In to police f«r4 h feketpfqv f * dy b tton of tt» S e a t t i e w p S S i 1,500 cam eras a n d radios w ere tu rn ed In. H a r r r O. M liom i M rrendercd M new cameras to San FraaclKO police. H e w as a cam era dealer b u t by b is gesture w ent ou t of bnsi- BtSS. S h e riff J. J. tilco rath of San M ateo county revealed a Jspanose h a d handed over a camera com pletely encased In a pocket w atch. I ts ow ner explained: I t la. a novelty. A S e a ttle Japanese turned In a ITii Inch, raso r-sh arp ceremonial sword. A Ban F rancisco nlppon gave (C*nliiiaW > Pm «I. C*lmn 41 Thumbs up, Say Rescued Crewmen of Torpedoed Freighter lamerican Planes Arrive to. Cheer Defending Units Rescued crew inembers b{ the torpedo lumber ffetghl- 1 safely al sa unaniiounc west coast port. r.absaroka gve a hterty "thwmbs am y -l Here s Complete Story of "Fifth Column" Work dt Pearl Harbor By JO E ALEX MORRIS U n ited P re si F o re lp i E ditor American land forces-j-eiwouraged by reappearance U. S. army planes over the frbnt battud a Japanese pincera:;.j offensive against Manila t()day in an all-out defense the Philippines. «; A, fierce battle raged in the Cabantuan sector ibout. 60 miles due north of Manila where, the Japanese attacked with artillery and land units throughout the night and today -. without breaking the defenso v M IL A C A PIU R E W E I F I E O I O W 1 P S T O K Y O, Dee. SO (U.R>>-(Otflclal broadcasts reeorded by U nited P r «u a t N ew Y ork a n d 8 a r m n - clseo)"-a n arm y- spokesm an p red ic ted to d a y th a t M anila proba bly, ir o n h l- b e - U k e n -d tb ta r th e d r a t U days of J a n u a ry a a d sal4 hostluues o n th e L u o n f ro n t were proceeding according t* Ume table.* Y esterday a * lines. On the southeastern front a eon > m unlque said th e re w ere n o new da* < velopments. FaU D efense Prom ised President M anuel Q ueion. a t h ll.:: InauguraU on fo r a second t«im i t.. "som ew bere c o L n a o a v U aod,-p)t>m laed t b a t- th e H pines would bo defen d ed w ith eveit ounce ofghtlng power. - p r o i & t b a t tbe. ard m en t of t b t UDdafe of ManOa w ould be rep a id in kind tb e p o u te r, tim e, jr a a JDadfi-tay. Douglas H M A iu ttu, the U. B. far eastern «m y.. p?rt"rff fwmofi **<" deemed com pletely vl(riauve u.w l th e clvu izedprocem a o l a t d n tlo n a l law." M a ca rth u r» th l jn.;: reference to th e a tta c k by» bombers on Manila. u n ite d Press. correspoodenu ported iro m th e f ro n t t M t b e i gle continues te le a tte e s lr churches a n d sh rin e s, Including th e old Su m D om ingo obu ro h, w hich itouwe prieelesa a r t treasu res and relics, were blasted in to heaps of smoking n iln s.. T h e g rea t C a th e d ra l o f Uie im - <Cm U*m4 ta P*S«I, CalnMH I) n S P L A N S T 0 R E 0 P E )I1.3 W A 8II1N 0T 0N, Dec. SO (U.f!) T h e senate and houm U tda/ adopted a. Joint rtsoluuon pos/- ponlng unui M onday, Jan. 5. th e opening of th e Mcond session of th e 11th o o n ire u, which ordinarily would have to convene this Saturday, J a n. S. T h e tw o cham bers concurrently adopted a n o th e r resolution providing for sine die adjournm ent on Friday, T h e senate acted first on bpth resolutlohs. T h e postponem ent anu adjournm en t actions served to prolong tlie prese n t congressional holiday over Uie com ing w eek-end. The a d journm en t resolution does not require presidential signature, but the other does. U nder th e lam e-duuk am endm ent to Ute constitution, congress is re quired tn convene carli Jan. 3, unless resolu- <tv]llor «nol«> Svcrcurr ef Nnvy FranV Kno«, In hit report on J Mrl h*rbor. itl<l th«jitpan«m aluck w u aldtd by Uit moat trr««uva fltlh folumn iliw» Korlio offfrtu no OsUlU. but th«fol* lowlne (llapauh. pumd by rmy ani] nkvy otrieuu. Ulb ol Jipanp im tilm nokonu* oncunluiion In lii* Itlandi. Il w u xrltu a by WtlUe* Carroll. Un.lon burttu m>n«s«r of (ha Unlt«l I r s i. «ho atoppfd al Honalulu ahorily afur Ihr l>aarl harbor suaek. on th«lail ot a trip areund lh«vtorlci. Carrull. tlon, us was done today. The resolution also provided for the opening of th e )043 congress on Jan. i. since Jan. S falls on a Sunday Uist year. clayi In Hawaii eoutotlns lh«inrorcnallim prnrnud In >hu ilupalch. lnurrlc»lii( iwtiiini from all.«hona o( th«populallcm. Hi (am* to th«unltrd KUIm by way of III* far ratt aftrr rcleailnf a tfrlca u( ilki- palrht on (h* Hf>vl«l union iirnllrilnii (hat Motr.,w wngl.l lurvl.a lh» Nail a.- aiilt whlih atlra<rlr.l witl* atlcnllon r..) By W A U.A CE CARHOLL C opyright IM l, by th e U nited r r e u NEW Y O RK, Deo. 50 fu.r) - A r u th colum n a n d espionage network, patiently orgonlzed over m any yenm, paved th e way fo r Ja p a n s surprbn blow at Pearl harbor. Tt)e full story of Uie flfui cbltimn, w lilrh S e c re tary of th e Navy Frank Knox described as the m oat e((i<r- tive since Norway, >rqbably cannot be told u n til.official inquiries have been compliatcd, n u t d u rin g m y reoenvult lo Honolulu, 1 learned: 1. n u t big arrow s, polnung.. m ilitary objectives, w ere c u t In llie sugar can e on p la n tatio n s In ihe Islands a few h o u rs before Uie Jsp anese su u c k. 3. T h a t a Ja p an e se w ho. was ar rested for allegedly operaung i. short-w ave tra n s m itte r during tlm P earl h a rb o r a tta c k w u a buslrx (CMiti«i»4 rss«t(. CsliM* I) H I CANVASS REAOy TO STAR Forecfthtlng a n oreawlue rr.t >onse. a h ig h level, le ad e rs of the Tw in PalL-j county R ed Cross <lm im rs relief cninpulgn annoiniul-d this aftnrnoon tliu t cnnvosslhk will for- mally e tn rt ot 0 n. m. WrilnrMtay. A volunteer brlgiide of w oinni will c o n tac t Uio rr-ildenu ol sccloi.s In the city nnd In ru rn l nreos, nnd n jrn\i i of buslnom inen will can v n u the (Inwntown oron, uccordhik lo n r. Olm rles It. S c o tt, ilrlvo chninim n. T he sollclifttlon le ad e rs anil clm pler officers will c o nvenc a t 1:no p. ri tocluy In Uic low er audlu iclum ci( tl Iw ln P ulls public lib rary lu ajiuplrie nim i urrungem ents. Neek «0,s00 O liitplrr quota In $0,600. Him incliiilo nil arenn of U»e <iiiiniy cept th e ilulil. C ustleford unit west end region w hich coinprhc.v ilio lliihl clm plrr, fjlinllnr drive In uiklcrway ihprc aiid all o th e r MiikI>: Viilley ch ap ters hiive e lth n r Iniium uaicd solicitation nr p la n to s ta r t hikim. llie form ni s ta r t of tlin tlrlvo wlu) abo u t 11,000 olrciiily In ilie c h iip trr w ar relief trea su ry throuuh advance girts a n d th ro u g h I aucllon conieh a fte r o broa dcajt talk, by U r, Hcoit Init nltilit c oiidrm nliig thu "tvc-iulnioiin" ICaatlNaaJ «n l*s* IS. CaUnn II Tiiis Farmer Goes All out To Lick Axis NORW ICH. N. Y.. Dec. 30 OJ P ) - Smii Bchou, 30, w ho w ns conibnt w ith his little farm u n til th e U nited States wns attac k ed, w en t " all o u t (or Uncia S am " today. Kls stock 40 A yrshire cow 33 (ona of hay and nil IiIm e q u lp n irn t and fu rn itu re will be n u ctionrd. He will Rive his c h lld io n, OrorRc, and la uu, d. to h is frien d s nntl neighbors fo r th u diirnllon. Ochou Is trying h a rd t»> onllsl In the arm ed forces. HW wife. Evelyn. h n i voluntoerpd tor service w ith tile A nierlcnit tie d crftw, "I d o n t w itnt to Mi urn u n d nnd rot, " ho snid. explaining t h a t G e r m anys depre d atio n s hud itiikercd him, but th e Ja[>nnesp nnenk nltnrk on Hawaii hnd convlnm d h im Unclo Bnm needs m e," U v R e n l d th e Jap an em com m ander b o d been in f r a c te d to sp a re MoDt- a lb a n a n d A rlppto, to w blcb M anll- a n s h a d been advu ed to evacuate In pom pbleta dropped fro m Jap an ese planes. T b e spokesm an said also Jap an ese p la n es w ould bom b C a lc u tta o r any o th e r In d ia n city 11 a n a tte m p t m a d e to tra n s fe r th e te rm ln u the Burma road ot supply to it. A n Im perial h e ad q u a rte r! com m unique claim ed 16 enem y lu b - (CanllBai<l i. CalBBR 1> IN O E L l WATER SMISiBBITim BAlTEBEDENEi H, a. Post, sa n ita ria n a t th e du - Ulct IvealUi unit, UjIs aft«rnoon announced th o t lest-t m ade a l th e source of the W endell w ater supply show ed no trace of foreign bacteria. T h e tesla were ordered m ade a fte r a W endell resident h a d observed unidentified man climbing down tlie ladder wiilcli lends to U)e top o t th e w ater tow er In th a t com m unity. I t w aa feared Uint tiie m a n mny have placed some Im rnilul substance In th e w ater. W endell re.sulenuv boiled all w ater U A ND III O tm T K I) U A R D O n. India, Dec. 30 lu fii- 11)0 all In d ia n a tio n alist ironkresa today relieved M ohandas K. O andhi of responsibility for congress leadership a fte r h e had dissented from a decision th a t th e congress would partlclim te rxmtdltlonnlly In th e U rlt- Inli war effort. QUOTA WALBENUURO. Colo.. Dec. 30 (UR> W hen H uerfano county c lti- eeiu decided to raise th e ir $3.30(1 quota for tho Red Oro.H.i w ar r e lief fund last n ig h t they d id n t w aste any time. M ora th a n 1,000 ciunpnlsners vulted every hom e In th e county betw een 0:30 aixl 7190 p. m. nixl mined the full amount In Uie hour. C A IRO. Dec. 50 (U.R) DrlUsh Imp e ria ls b a ttlin g to destro y battered axu arm ies south of O enghatl and p rev e n t th e ir escape Into T ripoll- ta n ia, have destroyed 33 ta n k s and badly dam aged 20 ou iers In a tank engagem ent souui A gedablu, British g en eral h e ad q u a rte rs fo r tho middle eo4it saki today. T lie engagem ent m c u rie d about 00 m iles south of U enghasl wiien an ejiem y colum n. Including tanlcs, m a d e a y e t f u rlh rr a tte m p t to in terfere with our oi>erutlons," a com - A regim ent of H ussars captured five U ucks laden wlui G erm an In- f a n to. headquartei-s said,. B rltu h p re u u re w as being m a in tained desplt«difficult fighting cond itio n s c aused by heavy rain s which tu n ie d Uie d e sert h>(o Quugmlres a n d ham pered m echanised (otces, JUiyftl a ir force plune.i continued to h a ra ss Ui«axis forccs all along ihelr lin e of re tr e a t from O yrenalca to T ripoli, c a p ita l of T rlpolitnnla. the sole rem aining base fo r G erm an and Ilullsn troops in north Africa. Slagapere Att«ek«d O notber fro n ta:, sm O A P O R E Jap an cm.; blasted a t B rita in s g re a t n a ri. b u t officla] r e p o r u n i d lltu e age was done. T h e enem y was U eied to b e s u l l e r in g -b «u r In a alow advance la n o rth e rn. ya, especially i n t h e l p o b tin area. BATAVIA D utch conmiander> Clilef G en. H ein t«r P o o rte a. preated hope fo r tu fflc le n t ntateru I aid from allied w a r factorlm s ta n d o ff a n y Jaianeae M w d t PQit th e D utch B ast Indlee. ReporU e t - Jap an ese p a ra tro o p s la n d ln t ttt ;v M edan a re a denied offlclaqjr and..v attributed U> m istak e caused bjr enemy puota balling o u t of blaiu d bombers, U B Y A -A cumaeue battle, perh a p s th e final batu e ti) Uie BrlU sb offensive in to L ibya, w as reported- developing south o f B engbaid la att. effort to com plete th e deatneu od r f axis an n o red stre n g th. T h e t r t r - * m ans lost 23 ta n k s a n d 30 ou ien were heavily dam aged, aocordtnf (O- first official reporia. N asi R U o e e O a la t.- y R U U 8IA --aerm an realsu nee to Uie Soviet counter-offenalve ippeu < ed to be stiffening b u t Moeoov re- ported Uie c a p tu re o f m ere enemy tanks, guns a n d o th e r m aterials. ; B erlin reported t h a t one R u iila n ; spearhead had been tra pped a a d >. being destroyed. Tlie fighting In Ute P b U ip p tl > was surging closer to M a n ila d u ila p a rt to G en p o u g la s MaoArU)Uf ordeni for w ithdraw ala to ehectlft j com munication l l n «an d take Joy, Drama, Sorrow Momentous 1941 in Twin Falls, Magic Vail : P / O. A.K E L K B R Nevsr w ere tb e ) r or more N iw rty sc a n n e d by th e thousands o f r e a d e n o f th e T im es - t h a n tbejr w ere d u rtn g th e -year j o h U Ju st o o m in i a elowi j, I t was % y m «f ve)ololng, of I n. d usial expansl6n, o t frotlc, an d, more than e te r, one o f sorrow r ig h t bar* In the M a iu Valley. ~ t d raft jrouu u from U ielr N M d th * lr Jobs a n d they w ent e n tered w a r a fa ln a t > a n d O e n n a n. M u le n sp o o d e d to th e eau ito a n d m a rin e rm ru ll- 1. S«: M t - one T w in P alls m an, lost their lives a s th e Ja p s Invaded th e liny speck in th e P acific. F a te of the otliers is unknow n a t th U tim e. Several sold ie rs a n d sailors of thu section lost th e ir lives a t P edrl harbor. So th e Hew Y em whl dawn w ith th e puuoqk ilooroler th a n since th e W orld w ar X -b u t U agle VaUey resl-, d e n u will carry on and will do their again. T h e h eadlines during. m any a n d to publish all w ould be to r m n n t l U t t i r i oiw e m ore. B u t, tu rh ln g b M tb e e ale n d ar fo r th e hlgm libu, your B venlng T lm ee su ff brings you UiU sum m ary from th e pageg of th e Tim es. aa. they a r * - th e. stories w hich, h e a d lin e of IM l in l y i n M is and nearby, m m u ; T h e youth of T w in l U li iu>d «)i or»4agio VaUey answered Ihe tau of Uielr c ountry w ith a Hood of navy arm y a n d m a rin e enllsta ie n ts as tiio natio n w en t lo w ar. H undreds an sw ered Ute sam e call throughout the y ear u h d e r th e seleetiv* sarvlee program,... O n p e c. 2a t]te oily a n d th is en> U rf seouon responded w ith a tre- m endous outlay of fu n d s fo r defense bonds a n d sta m p s In OhrU tm as p a rly fo r Unele C ounty elvlu&n defeaae, eounseu j t e n underw ay t h r o u K h th e fall, a n d w ere e t e p p In to W i v e roles a s Peoerobar sta rte d ) L ate this nuroughojit Uaglo V«tley th liw p leie p lw is lo n On Ju ly n th o d drive b a g an Ia T wia stamps. On IfDV., ir «wa* a ae* y. s i g n l H t i t M v r v a a M i A r n S e AG RICU LTIJKK No lis s lh a ii 1,000 fnrm ers nnd other IntercMteil >er«ons attended th e a n n u a l Tlnies-M ew s fnrniers congreas stage<l litire M un:ii is. O n A pril 15 m e fw m labor csm p. south of T w in Knlls, opened for the second season a n d on May 10 the re c laria llo n m eetin g a ttrp ctc d many to T n rails. Cam e Aug. d a n d iiiin d ird s a t tended th o M in u a l.ram snlo a t Mier a n d th e n i n tie p te itib e r the various counues p u t on U>elr gu d rags" fur th e annuftl c o u n ty fairs. b n aept. M Kimberly staged lu annuel harireet feiuvgl and on Oot,» T w ttv»» M r-» a» -... olbtaklng euroh li l e d a t th u A nislgsinated Hugnr com puny sent out checks totaling «l,00d.;i01> to beet growers In th e Iw ln K alla. Hurley and R upert areas. I t w as th e inlual payment on the IB41 crftp. On Dec, 10 Tw in r a ils h a d lu first national convention, Uiat of. Uie National Bpet G row ers assoulauon. T tie beet m e n pledged a ll- o u t defense produouon, aa d id th e Id a h o S ta te D airym ens association a n d a flllla t- h IK m eull pou p l o f the 1 Nov. 18 w u ft d«yio f good obmt to m o st ferm a rs of tae vatley. H tb SEN SA TIO N A L On Ja n. 97 Uie re*jrder tilal of Mrs. n o ssle Phim pe, Jo a ep h H anders a n d O eorge B andera, chargiid wlui 0» deeart birm v* alaylng of O n April 21 Jam es R oberts, 60, a haimly m an» l Jerom e, w as charged wlut th e m urder of S tanley H enry Gusto, 30. He.was found guilty of vulunu ry m snslnugtiter. J A broken rail wae given a s cause : a w reck involving a U nion P act- flo Uftln n e sr RuperCA prtl 39. T h e re few Ukjurles Ui Irulnmen. On Ju n e 37 great b ru sh fires s ta r t- 1 on Uie north side o f Ute Bnake riv er a n d tvra days la te r they were bro u g h t under control a fte r losseai esu m ated a l iabo,im w hich w as mosuy to grailng w td. A ugust 3 esm e arpu nd a n d D ale H ojtsen, 30. a Paul f a n n e r w as ebot by his friend" C arroll Jeim inga Plnohm ah, U. H eiiaen died In sta n t ly. posse him ted fo r th ra e b a n d iu 1 THaRSSS?9ir Witter broke on I fa ro h l««o d l o r Ute t a u t r p u t d tw o d a y s Um c ity ihui,ffluiout w ater (or dcmeeuo use. O n Nov. A U enton A lbert Rees, 31, lunt his life in a >rem ature dynam ite b la st in th e fish h a tch e ry lunnel In Rock creek canyon. On Nov. 7 Ute Haiueu bridge sagged u n der a n overload a n d tra fh c was suaimiided. Ik w as days before the bridge was again In order to receive traffic. O n Dec. 9 D uncan McD. O e k - tl.-i W -e e e e p e d r- W U *..... e ap tu ro d <n Mcr»d i«t b e th ra e, w h o terrortaed Uiii eeouon p r tw to U ielr w«re W, L. R eotor. T w in - P ru e tt. B ills, aaked for a pardon. H e w as a form er T w in f U e m ayor a n d w aa tw loa ooo* vioted o l killing O eorga OUoo. B alt U k e Oily Jewelry salasm an. O n Dee. 1 hews w hich n u d e t n ttj Maglci4Miliey clu ian g a sp oam a tb e jtfres. T lie Jg p s hftd ~ co» A l th e s ta r t o f tt. 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2 Twoj IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO LlNDBERGrt VOLUNTEERS SERVICE IN ARMY AIR TuwfaV,-D«teiber SO. ItMl. EA G LEH y W A B H m at O N, D tc. M (UJO F a n n e r. CoL O iw lm A. L ln d b crih. «h» r a lf tw d U ft A pril ( r a n Iba a ir e o rp t rew rw, h» i»olnnle*r*d hu te n le e t t«th e U nited SU lc* u in y» lr forect, It w u dtaetowil today. QOld. cblet of the u m y»tr forces. n je one-tim e Lone BagU" re signed h is resenre colonelcy a fte r P re sid e n t Roocevelt criuclz«d hla tsoiatlonu t vi«wi and com pared him to th e «v i» r h e a d s o f th e Civil w ar e ra.. A rnold, confirm ing L indbergh s o ffer, said It expresses Ws d e fp desire to help th e cotlntry along th e lines In w hich h e train ed h im self for m any yeers." There was ind ication, how ever, w hat action would be U k e n on L lodberfh s offer. q>ennlt«c hange "L indberghs a c t Indicates a defin ite change from hla isoiauonlst sta n d a n d expresses his deep desire to help th e country along t e lines In w hich h e train ed him self for many years, Arnold saw; O fflclala said th a t since L indberg h h a d severed all connections w ith th e a rm y la st April, hla a p plication w ould have to be- conside red o n th e sam e b ssls a s any o th e r f t n t appu oant. Presum ably h e m ig h t be appointed w ith a com* mission as a specialist in some category Inasm uch a s h is age SO m ig h t p n d u d e h im from actu al com bat T o obta in s u c h a ccrunlssron, U n d b erg h wenild have to file a fo r m a l application a n d take th e regu* ta r p t a lc a l exam ination. U nofficial belief was t h a t hu aih plication w ould be viewed favor* ably a n d a commission w ould be b e - a t th e r a n k of colonel 1 fo rm eily held. t h e r e lt olaaslfled him w ith th e appeaa- e n, w aa th e arm ys recognlu m of his -L ooe E agle" flig h t from New Y ork to P a ris In M ay, lts 7. Before th a t J h t h e held a low er reserve rank. r O B a Beerenee H ie P re sid e n ts reference to Lind* b irg h -w a * m a d e -«t a-presa-ooofer* n e e o c A pril 35,1941. I n answ er to «qum tlon w hy U n d b erg h h a d n o t b e en called to active duty. U r. B o o M re lt said durin g th e OivU w ar b o th aides ignored c ertain people, D ieae peo jd t, b e explained, w ere th e V ap andigh am s. w ho from ise a on t n t e d peace w ith th e argum ent th a t north OOUU not win. (OlM&ent L. V a lla i h a m was an f a u S S l* b m u ) u tte ran c es. R e was banished o u th a n d la te r w as c o e oc th e «o f th e copperheads.) n r daya Utter U n dbergh e a s t a to th e P resident announcing forw arding his resignation as w l. a ir corp reserve, to th e d e p artm e n t.. IteU U onlst Leader B efore th e Jap an ese a tta c k on «e a r l h a rb o r L ln d b m h h a d been Mte of th e.m o s t outspoken of th e laolatlonist leaders. H e had argued th a t B rita in faced d e fe at a n d th a t a sta le m ate In th e w ar would be b e tte r th a n a victory for eith er aide. H e Insisted th a t I t would be b e tte r fo r th e U nited S U te s to buud u p lu defense* w ithout lend* Int direct aid to the allies. U ndbergh. w as on active d u ty fo r aeveral m o n th s tn during w hich ttane h e m a d e a study of faculues for the war d e p a rtm e n t. W ith th e a m endm ent to th e sc lectlve service a c t m aking m en frism ao to 44. Inclusive, subject to m ilita ry service. L Indbeigh Is subject to m ilita ry service a s f a r aa age is con* oem ed. R e will be 40 n e x t Feb. 4. I I E S P O n O D ON ISLAND POSIS W. Cflyde W illiam s, office m anagei o f th e Id a h o s U te em ploym ent se r vice here, said th is afu m oon th a t se m lsu lled..w o rk ers for p c eu a t PWM-1 hartjor. nie c all for w orkers w m m ade th ro u g h tc story appearing in th e V renlng T im es a n d W lluams said thkt n e arly as applications havo * ifm tw d fo r iu&»-em ploym ent. O f th is num ber It Is believed th a t eome H w lu g o,... om ions lo r u ie various jooe are be h a d a t th e em sloym ent -offloe. llcanta m u st be betw een tl 0 a n d a y e a n. the ages Ketp th t W hitt Flag jpf aafety riytng R e tn m ln g to Oregon M r. a n d M rs. Row land MlUer will re tu rn th e m iddle of this week to O ra n ts P ass. O re., following hou- daj- vuita w ith friends and relatives a t T w in F alls, PUer and. Jerom e. M o th er 111 B ill R obison has received w ord of th e serious Illness of his m other. M rs. W. E. Robison, PorU and. O re., form erly of Tw in Falls. She is su f fering from a n attack of pneumonia. Lodge MeeUng K n lg h ta of Pythias. T w in F a lls lodge No. 46, w ill m eet W ednesday a t S p. m. a t th e Rogerson ho tel for a n Im p o rtan t business m eeting. O f ficers urge all memberi to be present. V isit P a tie n t D onald Cryder. on vacation.fro m N o rth n ip a irc ra ft plant, H aw thorne, C alif., M iss B e th Cryder and th e ir fa th e r. O ris C ryder, Tw in F alls po lice officer, yesterday visited th e ir m o th e r and h is wife a t a Boise hos- p lu l w here she is a patient. T o D enver M r. ond M rs. Roy W ashburn le ft Bunday m orning for Denver, Colo., to m ake th e ir hom e. Mr. W ashburn, w ho w as tran sferred from th e local b ran c h of th e W estern Auto S u p ply com pany to Denver, retu rn e d lo T w in F ails for Chrlilm as. S oldier VUlts Pvt. LewU H. D avu. F o rt Riley, K an., s p e n f th e C hristm as holidays here w ith relatives a n d f r d s. A c lre n u Club A clrem a cli/b vid}l m e et Friday a t 3 p. m. a t th e h o n» of H pt.. B. Jo hnson. N iece V lsiu Mias D onna Lee Trobrldge,. Boise, la a holiday guest a t th a hom e of her uncle a n d a u n t, M r, a n d Mrs. A. 0. C arter. Hom e F rom O rient Roy lo r o a n F u ller, w ho h a s been with the merchant marines, has relu m e d from C hina a n d th e Philippines. a n d Is now vu ltlng his b ro th er-in -law a n d sister, M r. and M rs. O. T. S pringfield; h is brother a n d sister-in -law, M r. and M rs. Wei- sey F u ller, a n d h is sister. M ist Ivan- o ra F uller: D lsp a U h e r TIslU F. O. K leffner. w ho h a s been doing relief w ork a t N am pa a«train d U p atch e r fo r th e U nion Pacifie R ailw ay sysu m, arrived th is aftern oon for a b rief visit w ith hi* fam ily. before c ontinuing to Pocatello, w here h e will be em p lt ed a s train d isp a tc h er. H e w as m e t a t Shoshone by h is w ife a n d th ree son*. Francis, R onald a n d O hafles. F ire a t Elks fw in F a lls fire departm ent w as c alled to th e Elks hau a t 3:10 p. m. M onday to extinguish a sm all fire In th e re a r of the building. A box of tra s h on a stair landing ta u g h t fire, burning a window sill ilighuy, th e fv e departm ent r e ported. W IL IIA IE S W ) i o V alley raiclents c an now te n d a irm aii le tte rs to m em bers of th e A m erican arm ed forces outalde the co&tlnentiu U. 8. at a considera b le saving, Poatciaster M. A a tro n k a n n ounced th is afternoon. U r. S lro n k aald th e postm aau r g e n eral a t W ashington h u ordered red u c tio n In th e airm ail rate on le t- tera im n In arm ed Mrvlce Ih H a w aii, th e Philippines, Puerto R ico a n d o th e r A m e riu n insular posies* aions. T h e reduction, however, doee n o t apply to a irm ail sen t to civilians. D efense w orkers n o t In arm ed eerv- icee a re regiarded as civilians T lie only stipulation in regard to th e new low er charge for sailo r- aoldlw m ill U th a t K tte n m u st show th e r a n k of th e Individual r e c eiving th e mau, even U th e r a n k is t h a t o f private. C om parison of typical rates e n th e sallor-soldler m all shows; BAwall<-«ld ra t* 30 cents p er ( h a lf ouncft; new. i h c e n u per ( h a lf ounce. M anila o ld r a te M cents p er one- h a lf ounce: new, six cents per one- half ounce. P u e rto R ico e ld rate 10 cents per one*half ounce; new, six centa per o n e -h a lf ounce. T h e A lu k a n ra te is th e sam e as th e a irm ail «oet In the United S U te s Itself six cents for one ounce. O rders for th re e Instructors in n a tio n a l defense w ork w are receive d h e re th is a fu m o o n by officials of th e local office of th e Id ah o su te em ploym ent service. F u ll p a rtlo u lars regarding each ed: S h e e t m e tal In stru cto r to In itru ct defense tra in in g claasea in Idaho, W age ra te w ill be I 1 J 5 a n h o u r and th e Job will la s t f o r th e duration of th e em ergency. A pplicants m ust a t l e u t five yean... Journeym an In i.... a n d m u st h av e th t ond ablu ty to b e a b le..... a a lth o u g h prior- taachlflg experience is Botessential. M a c h in ist Iru tru c ter a ti I1.3A h o u r fo r M rvlce ln..id a h o. teaching m a c h in ist c l a s s e s. Rcjquirementa sam e os In sh e e t m e tal Instructor only t h a t exp«ri<nca m u tt have, been- g a in ed In m a ch in e work. A irp lan e m echanic Instructor for w ork in U ta h a t sa lary ran g in g from $390 to 1300 a m o n th. M ust have a m in im u m experience of thred yeara In c o n stru ctio n o r m ain te n an c e an4 - r e p a lr o t m odem m ilita ry engines u p to 400 h. p. M ust be o f good per* so n a lity a n d be able to in su u c t a c lass alu iough previous experience n o t necessary. MANILA CAnORE DAIE IS SinED (PrMi Pw* Om ) m arines w ere known deflnlu ly to h av e been sunk up to Dec. 30 by Ja p an e se n a v al vessels and a irc ra ft dam aged seriously. O ne Sub L««l I t adm itte d th e loss of one subm arine, n o t Including a special type of undersea c ra ft. T h e n a v al section of Im perial h ead q u arters announced th a t QS e n em y planes. Including 10 flying boats, h a d been destroyed in th e Celebes sea a n d coastal a r e u ot B ritu h B orneo and in th e P h ilip pines, T h e new spoper Yomluri said th e firltu iv have suffered so heavily In M alaya, w here Jap an claim s th e co p tu re of Ipoh, th a t they have or dere d h u ndreds of ships concen tra te d off Singapore to evacuate th a t stra teg ic base. A nother stra teg y of D unkirk will b«sta g ed a t Singapore in th e ttear future, It said. News of Record Marriage Licenses DEO. M Joe B ill R obertson, Ifl, T w in FalU, and U la Hayes, 10, Eden. DEO. U A ntone Bedlvy, 31. and L yddie B elle C U rk. l t. both of Buhl. C h e ste r J. R u th. 41. and E th e l YlDgst, 43, boui o t Tw in Falls. R ay Bllck, 81, and Bdna M ae Beaton. 13, both of Three Creek. Blrlha T» M r. a n d M rs. LewU R ash. T w in F alls, a girl, Sunday a t th e T w in n u l l ooudty general hospital m au r- n itr tietna. T o U r. a n d U ra. Ed Flora. T w in n U s. a boy. Sunday a t th e T w in F»U s oouflty le n a ria hoepiu l m a* (a m ity h o n e. - g e n S a CALLISSyEDFOII l53penaliyf0r SALE DE K ee p in g of liquor for sale brought a 190 fin e a n d 13 costs today to Earl S h a y, Jr.. 31-yeor-old proprietor of th e G re en Q ables. S h a y w u senuneed*j>y Probate J u d g e C. A Bailey a f u r continuance fro m Deo. 10, w hen th e youth ch an g e d a previous n o t guilty plea Xr a d m it guilt. C om plaint Dec. S by H ow ard O illette, police chief who h a a sin c e been called by th e FB I, alleged th a t S hay sold drinks Dec. 3 to Irw in Adams and Roy WInegar. T h e d e fe n d an t, w ho is also a p a rt- tim e electrician, h u been a t liberty u n d e r 500 bond. M n, 4 3 J I E S ARER n r, Dec. 30 (Special) A ngus 40, m in e r em ployed a t the H.4ILEY, Y oung, 41),.... m in e n e a r here, died late. afternoon of shock resulting from a m in e accid en t e arlier In th e day. Y oung, officials o f th e nlne said, received a n In ju re d h ip a n d ankle w hen a rock Inside th e m in e fell and struck h im. H e w u n o t believed seriously In ju re d w hen ta k e n to th e HaUey c linical hosplu l b u t died a few ho u rs a fte r being ad m itted. A rth u r C am pbell, su U m ine in spector, U expected h e re T h u rsd ay to investigote th e accident. Y oung, a ctiv e in L.D.S. church w ork. U survived by h is w ife and seven ohildren. H e w u b o m In U tah m Sept. 4, F u n e ral eerviees. u n d e r th e d irection of the Harris mortuary, will be held h e re New Y ears day a t 3 p. m. w ith place to b e announced later. B urial will b e In th e H ailey cam e- CmCOLAIIONSET B O ISE. Dec. SO <U.R>-A penaion proposal providing m onthly allotm ents o f 4 0 a n d all typee o f mad* ICal a ssistance fo r Id ah o aged w u rea d y today fo r sponsors to clreulau a m ong Id ah o voters. A ttorney G e n e ra l B e rt H. M iller d ra tte d a b a llo t title fo r th a proposed Initiative measure and returned I t to S e c re ta ry e f S U te G eorge H. C urtu. T o w n sen d club sp onaon ef the m easure m ust now obtain sign a tu re s of 33,800 voters 00 th e pett* tions to* g a in a place on th e b a llo t O rlan d A.- S c o tt, n a tio n a l re sen U tlv a o t T ow nsend clubs In ho, sa id th e f ir s t peu tlons will be circulated In n o r th Id ah o, su ru ng In B oundary county. L a U r vou rs nam es will b e so u g h t b u so u th e rn counties. S c o tt p n d lo u d - the- orgonu ation w ould be able to secure n e arly SO,* 000 signatures by the July deadline. ENEMY A LIEN BO A RD W IL L BE A PPO IN T E D F O R IDAHO FEDERAL DISTRICT W ASH IN O TON, Deo. 90 <8pee- U l( An a lien enem y h e arin g board will be appoin ted fo r so n th - e m Id ah o federal Ja d lcu l du trict In ft few days. T h e board will {>«composed of th ree eltlaens. one of whom S han be a a a tto rn ey, ap- pehitcd by A tto rn ey O en e ra l B id- du. T hey wlu be placed on th e psyrou o r tb e deps to th e a tto rn e y g e n eral. W hether a n alleo enem y be released o n - eonditlonally, paro led o r se n t to a coneentratlor c a m p fo r th e duration ef the war. W ar leglslau on p e rm its th e governm ent to ta k e over th e U le p h m e and U legraph lin e s a n d operate them. T hu a u th o rity h u already been exu nded to ra d io facilulas Thera U some ta lk t h a t d u rin g th e coming y e a r legislation w ill troduced to set up a railroad TOIAL I S 214 to apply, also, to s a n e of th e large truck tra n s p o ru tio n system s. A nother w ar m e asu re perm its th e governm ent to ta k e over th e com munication. services of pews distributing agencies. Ju n k dealers In Id a h o a re d u e for a headache. A ccording to O PM, if a junk d e ale r collecu fro m farm ers and selu a s m a n y u-l.ooo secondhand b u rlap baga a m o n th h e m u st jn ik e a record o f th e.tra n sa c tlo h and file a ffirm atio n s of com pliance w ith price regulations o n a ll m a teria l h e pleics up. such u old autom obile tires, sc ra p iron, sta el, etc. A m ong h it other a ccom plishm ents, th e ju n k It hencefortf>be a bookkeeper.... W ith renew ed im petus bringing 37 new r e g is tra n ts by 1:30 p. m. today, th e defense blood d o nor signup had clim bed to 314 a t th a t hour. F u r th e r c lim b U expected before New Y ears d a y w ith reg istra tio n of dobais of m e m b ers o t th e Ju n io r C ham ber o t Com m erce, th e sponsoring u n it, a fte r c all by L oyal 1. Perry, president. T h e Ja ycees a re cooperating with the county hospital medical su ft, th e h o sp ital laboratory su ff a n d th e h e a lth unll U nder eenslderfttlen Is use ot COC e a n p e aa plaeea f e r reftigeea when a n d If It la neoeesary t«e v a c u te people a lo n g th e w est e e u t i J t e d Croaa a n d CCC ar«m apping th e preignun. th e U tte r having offered th e cam ps, equipm ent a n d iw rsonael In th e oteat maos mevement Is oonsldered desirable. CCC e a m p a.ln Id ah o a re reported M eapam a t pr«vtding a* a*pl to oae CCC e a p a for c j l i s U o u s objectors a n d o o n c e h m tlo n pur* poses h u been discarded. n O M A R E A S SNOWINCREASES All m ajor a r e u In thc( Saw tooth resort country except Galena showe d in c re u e M onday in snow dep th s u compared with one week ago. according to th e report received here today from Supervisot C harles I. D augherty of the Saw tooth n a tio n al forest. T he present deep blanket of snow m e present deep Dianxet 01 snow oroxlm atelv >300 Ao ahm - H le v w W c h u e S? S n e e... And, In h if f rt blood te except ot Hailey, w h i U flvff re«litratlon Ruth K etchum now h u 33 inchee, H ailey. 14, O olena. 43. O ld B aldy No. 1, S3, O ld Baldy No. 3, S«a n d O ld B aldy No. 3, 44 Inches. T h e In- c T c u e on th e Baldy slopes ran g es from four to five inches w ithin th e p u t w ee k.. M ore snow fell in th e C a m u country, acs.onung to SupervU or ranger sutlon from 30 to 38 inches. T h e cum ulative to U l a t H ailey since O c t I -o w ed a su b sta n tia l gfiin M oad*y, T h e figure U 33JO w llh r i 9 average a n d 11.3 Inches a year ago. A L O S C ie R A S. R A D I O S m U P n ir e e radios and six c a m e ru w ere tu rn ed over to th e T n in F a lls police a n d th e county sh eriff by th is morning u a result ot a federal ord e r forbidding any enam y alien from having a short wavs radio or a cam e ra in th e ir possession. T h e o r d e r. t e d t h a t from today on, any camera or short wave radio a lien will be subject to sentence to a concentration camp. I t w u pointed o u t (h o t th e order also forbids a cam era o r sh o rt 1 rodio to be kept In a house w here I t w ould become, available f o r. use of a n alien by re a sm of hu or residing there. Police officers said th a t two o f th e sh o rt wav* radios tu rn ed in th ere w ere taken to a radio rep a irm an In ord er th a t th e short wove feoture m ig h t be destroyed. T hey flriu th e n be retu rn e d to th e Owners w ith only th e sta n d ard b ro a d c u t bands w ork- fhg.--t hl«-u pefm lssible under federal order u Issued. - T h a order w u effective In all n in th corps a n d a re a sta te s a n d also In A ritona. I t U expected th a t It will become effective on a nationwide scale by next week. R egu tri or blood itrantfl are g te st, b u t no a c tu a l taking o t blood to r defense use Is carried ou t a t p re s e n t V olunteer w om en reg U trars a t the C ham ber of C om m erce today included M rs. O. M. R oberts, Mrs. Verie M oser. M rs. Loyal I. Perry a n d M rs. G eorge D etw eiler. Registra rs y e sterd a y were M iss Kay Poo). M rs. G u y R ym an, M rs. H. L. Stow e and M rs. D etweiler. ja P A N A H E tls MANIU PINCERS (Pr*M Fm «Ob«) Ja p a n e se troops pouring satiore along L lngayen gulf about SO milee to th e n o rth. J a p t Held off T h u s far, it was IniilastMl. ad vance A m erican lines still held the Ja p a n e se o ft about 30 miles north o t M a ca rth u rs m ain concentra- Uons. A n a v a l U ireat to M anila w u h in te d in reports to M anila newsp a p ers not confirm ed o ffic ia lly - th a t Ja p a n e se w arships appeared a t th e h e ig h t o t Uie a ir a ttac k on Uie. C orrlgedor gu a rd ia n of M anila bay yesterd a y a n d were driven oft by c o asta l guns. T Jie JaiM nese w ere reported to ha v e lost four or m ore planes In a tw o -h o u r conce n tra te d botnbing of C orrigedor. I t was speoulau d Uiat th e Ja p an e se w orships m ay have been tesu ng A m erican 2 WRECKS BRING OAMAGETOCARS T w o outo w recks. Involving three cars ond one in ic k, were Investigated by local police, records a t the stauon show. D ainskes estim a te d a t tl9 0 were caused w hen c ars driven by Roiph H ow ard, ro u te two, a n d W, M. R ing- gold. E den, c ra sh ed o t th e Intersectio n o f S ix th Avenue e u l ond Ash stre et. No p e rso n a l in ju rie s resulted. The ouier wreck UUs morning involved 0 se d an driven by M rs. Leslie Cow an and a truck driven by H er- schel M alone, boui of T w in F alb, T h e veiucles c ru h e d o l th e In tersection of F o u r th ovenue east ond F ifth stre e t a n d to ta l dam ages were esu m atcd a t 149, including >39 to th e prlvote c ar. SCARE There were a few breathless moments over at the telephone compan y office la te I u t n ig h t A n o perator h e o rd som eone w alking around on th e roof, S h e called police w ho im m ediately rushed to th e telephone-building, located in th e 200 block on S h o shone stre e t n o rth. T hey found: M en from the Idalio Pow er comp any w ere instaliing a new light for th e E lks club a n d in doing so h a d to w alk over th e roof of U)e telephone com pany building. T liey h a d neglected to U ll th e operators th a t th e y were u p th e re. The Ume: 11:90 p. m....-je p relim in ary to on a tte m p t lo blast their way In to "M sn iu boy. MACARIHORMAPS MANILA H E (IrvB Fm «0««) m a cu la U OoncepU on w as a special U rget for Japanese bombs." the dep a rtm e n t said. "U w u sought out a n d a tu ck e d on th ree successive days. A m ong th e.other bulm lngi attacked w ere th e College o t S a n ju a n la U ra n, th e S a n U R osa and S a n U C a ta lin a convents, th a S a n Ju a n de Bota hoeplt*). a n d a t l e u t five other churohea and th ree ooilegea mipport* ADJOURNED T h e d istric t c o u rt y e a r form ally e nded thin m orning fo r 1B41. Ju d g e J. W. P o rte r, o fte r h earings 1 tw o civil m a tte rs, a d jo u rn e d th e N ovem ber term slu e die. First term of 1043 will open Monday, J a n. 12. ALIENS TURN IN JA M ERAS. RADIOS (Pt«M r*s* Or«) ;) a prieeii saber. Because th e re h o s been no order yet Issued for Uie surrender of firea rm s by a lln u, few were given lo police. Pollen pointed out, iiowever. U fot In C a llfo m la aliens a re proh ib ited from possessing guns o t all tim es. He m ay ow n a fowling piece, b u t Is required to pay a high license fee. T u r n tn Pistols However, Japanese fomjei-s in Alam eda c ounty tu rn e d in 29 rifles and six putou, T lie y were nnt questioned as to thiar right of ownerslilp. Irv in g,f. W lxon, director o f Im migration for Uie San Francisco distric t, announoed h e arin g s on snem y alien s arrested In Uie Jurisdiction will be concluded tomorrow. HELPERS 1TA O RU Z, O allf., Di ite v e r le t U b e u l d Uiat U Crua let a seagull surve. T h era h u been considerable b e lt-tig h te n in g am ong U ia sea- fuu Mlony. alnoe oparauons of ia n U Orui* flawing fleet w u our* M M IV Ut«oqtbnak of war, TNURlajr R dumm eommutea, warning th a t tha birds are -on tha mir.sm.w2ii; g s S F i l S Seen Today M inister registering for defense blood donor p ro je c t.. G irt in dustriously p u ttin g d ty license ta g e n new bike, evklently C h ristm u g ift,.. TWO councilm en leaving c ity h a ll to. su ri e e u c h for w h is t th a t can be u u a ir ra id team ing.. Y outhful papa LewU R u h w earing a perm anent grin all day (it w u a bouncing M rs. A lice P u lle n,. H arla r Con- nerly, LU llan D o u g h ty,a ll of Twin F a lls; M rs. W. M. K elley, W endell; M rs. A n n a M ck ee, F iler. M h. U e rriu G roote* and Mrs. D onald R ay a n d daughter, all of T w in F a lls ; L uciue Sm iui. D arling, ton. Id k. d onor regu tratlon. RuUi Detweiler a n d R u th R oberts proceeding to sig n u p them selves (and C ham b e r S ecretary Vivian Carlson). B lue eyes a n d black eyea have tba sam e p ig m e n t I n blue eyes, bow- e v. th a pig m en t it depoalted le a densely. SEVEN SIGN FOR ARMY.NAWDOiy Seven m ore youths today signed u p fo r service w ith the arm y o r navy a n d le ft by bus for S a lt L ake City a n d fin a l e n listm en t T hose leaving today fouow: F o r th e arm y : C harles R. (Dick) Y ork. 30, son, of Mr. a n d M rs. C harles H. Y ork, Tw in Palls. H e w u a, former Evening Times job departm e n t apprenu ce pressm an. Lule v. B onner, jr., 31, foute one. Buhl, son o f M r. a n d M rs. Luke v. Sonner, sr.; R ichard J, H anson. 39. T w in P alls, son of M rs. C lara A. H anson; A m il B. AnnU. 33, route one; Twliv F a lls, eon o f U r. and Mrs. E lm er S. A nnis. A ll a m y enllstm enu w ere fo r a ir icorps, W ich lu Foils. Tex. F o r th e navy: W arren O. M oench, 16, adopted so n o f Mrs. Ann Collet, B urley; V em on Cleo S artain. 37, ro u t, tw o, R u p e r t son of M r. a n d M rs. W. H.. S w U in ; Olen C arlos B elu, a i, H agerm an, son of M r. a n d M rs. G len B elts. THUNDER OF- WAR By V niu d Press MANILA ComraimIqBe reports everyu ilni to q itle r] batu e a t C a n atn an, M m iles doe n o rth oi M ano a; rep o rt l a p a m w arships driven off in attem pt to appromh SIN G A PO R E Japanese planes m aka f ir s t Intensive raid on S ingapore during nigbt, cause sm all dam age; heavy fighting in noru iem M au ya w ith considerable Jap i TO KY O P ropaganda reports elaim D onklrk" appreaebes a t ~ :apore I prediet Manila wlufau Oiled, cleaned a n d ready for em ergency acu(m, 11 rifles w ere locked today in a cab in e t a t th e sheriffs office u p a rt of th e a d vance preparau on for any defense crisis. Nine, m ore rifles will be Installed In th e locked cabinet u soon u Uiese are obtained from r e sid e n u who loan them tor defense use. r h e guns in Uie em ergency cabin e t are au of caliber. A box o t am m uniu on Is stacked beside each rifte-,an d a flashlight Is on th e shelf behind th e b a rrel of eac h gun. T h e weapons have a ll been loaned by c itiiens of UiU c ounty a n d a record U being kept so th a t Uie guns c an be returned. T hey w on t be used unless a defense em ergency a ru et these guns, according to th e sh e r iff. are n o t Intended to r everyday guard duly or for use by th e sh e riffs deparlment In Its regular work. THEHOSPITiU. B E R L ln.> T w «ity -tw e R nsau n tran sp o rts elalm ed sonk In K er- ohenskl straits. LONDON I h re e G erm an planes bro u g h t down over B ritain: 33 bro u g h t dow n over M alu In 80 a t- U cks since C h ru tm u : big A frican batu e s o a th e u t of Agedabia. K U IBYSH EV R ussu ns drive In M othalsk a n d Borevsk sector* ag ain st su ffenln [ H ast Unea. Siisaais J t h k a a t t a i h e h m Yesterday s prices today, with our oaaa] guarantee of 100% M tisfaetlon or 100% refund 38 O lds 0 D. L. S e d a n H35 38 C hev. M a atw D. L. Sedan «3»S 39 P lym ouu i D. L. F crdor _,.«3W 33 C h ev ro let Coupe C hevrolet Coupe -.4 W MANY OTHERS 41 Ford Soper D. L. Cenpe 41 Ford Saper D, L, Forder 37 Plymentb D, t ; Ferder - - S7 Cbev. Master D. X. Sedan 31 F erd D, L. Forder Bedaai 40 l in e e l a Xepbyr Sedan 40 LIneehl Zephyr C e ip e M Meresry Tewn S adu -- TRUCKS TRUCKS 4 l F o rd Picki F o rd T o n P. n S F o rd P ickup M 3«F o rd T tu c k, 18« S Ford I t u Dump. Body 16» Many o U ieni, a ll m a k e s, all m o d e ls. FORD UWCOLW MKBCORit Tomorrow Night at 11:30~ The Fun Begins at the ORPHEUMS and IDAHO S Welcominsr Parties for the HAPPY and VICTORIOUS NEW YEAR! HATS AND FAVORS FOR ALLl

3 Tuesday, December 80M941 C D y ftlr E F lls E S, le G M T O IiP A y BOZSB, D ee. ao (UR) Hope* of Idaho leglalatotb to receive u i «t- sesalon were blwted today by a decision o l th e Id ah o Bupremfi court. I n» three>totto opinion, the e o u rt declared uneonstltutlonal the 1041 a c t w hich g ran te d legislators t i per day for living expenses In additio n to th e regular»9 dally salaries. T h e te s t cam e-.on a suit (lied by R ep. A ilb u r Feck. D.. Bannock, a g a in st th e sta t«board of examiners, w ho tu rn ed dow n Peck s claim of U for one day s expenses. I n t l u o i io Q w ritte n by, Jusuce W llljam T B r M organ, <he court held th a t " th e re is n o th in g to be found in th e co n stitu tio n o r statutes of Id a h o g ra n tin g m em bers of the legtalature th e rig h t to be reim bursed by th e s ta te for th e ir expenses for subsistence a n d lodging while In its «r v lc c. T h e opinion also pointed out the cohau tutl6n prohibit* the legulatu re from p assing sp e c ia l-la w s cre&un* au ovm w es to pubuc otk ficens d u rin g th e term s of which they w ere fiec te d o r appointed. JusU ca Jam ea P. Ailshle and Distr ic t Ju d g e T hofnas B. Buckner of Caldw eji concurrea In th e opinion; Ju stice s R aym ond O lvcns and Edwin M. Holden dissented. GAREITE PRl, TOPS TO BE SE WAfiHINCJTON, Dec. 30 (U.B - P ric e A tlm lnlstrator Leon H enderso n prepared today to establish a celling over a ll m anufacturers ciga re tte prices to prev en t an Increase In L ucky S trik e" cigarette prices an n o u n ced by th e A m erican Tobacco com pany. - R e fu sal of th e A m erican Tobacco c o m p an y to w ithdraw Its announced Increase In th e price of Lucky Strikes fro m >0.53 to t?io p e r thousand, 1cm discounts, resulted In Hendersons action. D nder.uie circum stances, and considering th a t th e Lucky Strike Increase m ig h t involve advance# on th e p a rt o f o t h e r m anufacturers C A Is com pelled to Issue a schedule of m axim um prices fo r cigarettes at o r a b o u t th e levels of Dec. 26,1941, H enderson said. T h e A m erican Tobacco Increase w as a n n ounced Dec H en d erso n s schedule will t e on, m a n u /a c tu re ra prices, b u t h e said th a t If w holesalers a n d retailers do n o t co o p erate In preventing a price Increase In cigarettes to the public "O P A w ill enlarge th e scope of the M B R I S E IN im E S E A T T I b, Dec. 30 (Uf9 B rlj. sc h ed u le to Include th e ir sales. Oen. C arylyle H. W ash, com m andin g th e second Interceptor command, to d a y placed restrictions on New Y e a rs eve celebrations in Senttle, In clu d in g elim ination of outdoor g a th erin g s a n d nolse-m aklng de- F vice*. "T h e usual New Y ear eve street crow ds, w ith th e a tte n d a n t noise, w ill seriously Interfere w ith necessa ry traffic a n d te n d e r an nlr-rald a la rm useless," h e said.. W ash also caued for dousing of all roof lig h ts In accordance with previous orders. All celebrations ahould bo held Indoors a n d kept- Indoors," W ash sa id. C urbs against ap p lied to whisues, sirens and horns. particularly automobile horns. T h e d in from theee devlccs would ;n a k e I t difficult to hear an a irr a id w arning. T h e city now relies oit m a k e sh ift sirens to sound an alsrm, p e n d in g Installation of 93 standard nlr-ra W sirens first of which undergoes It* Initial test today. Navy Reports 3rd Death in Workers For Wake Island DO M E, Deo. 30 (U.B -The third d N i t h am ong Id a h o conitnictlon W w orkers on W ake Island was record- «1.today a fte r M r. a n d Mm. Eldon Bucy o f Boise received word from th e novy d e p a rtm e n t their son, B t- dle Leo Bucy, was killed In action," Y oung Bucy w as born Dec. 10, lolb a t W alback. Neb., and had a t- tended public sahool* there. H e went to W ake U land Sept. ao u kn em ploys of th e M orru on-k nudsen OonstruoUon company. Asks Estate Decree A ppolntm snt as admlnutratru of th e esu («o f th e la te Lon M E ato n, H ansen, w ell-drillsf w ho m.«. e a tu rd a y, la asked in a petluon filed in p ro b ate e o u rt by M rs. Cordelia O. V an B ito n. th e widow. T he esu te Inoludss a eliom fo r agalnit th e m U U of U is la te Robert Brose, jr. Roy B. S m ith is attorney for Mrs. Van fttton In the esute aouon. Niffht Watch Service A - a O O D m O, Deo.»6 (B peclau -A & a t c h n ig h t se rrlc e w l» be held a t e Assembly of G od ehureh from gram g rec atlo n al a tn g tn i, teiitlmonlau aad a sh o rt m essm s th e pastor, Rer. O. L. C olem in. CITATO HAVE WfflSTLE FOR AIR RATO WARNING Tw in Falls. In e im m ediate fut* u re: w ill h a v e aa a ir ra id w arning whlsue w hich will be op e ra ted by.» d a ir a n d w hich will be m ounted o n to p o l th e d ty hall. T h e propostu on of securing w arn in g sig n a l w as discussed b j members of the city council In regu la r session la s t n ig h t a n d Councilm en C a rl R itchey a n d O. H. Colem a n w ere a u th o rize d to ta k e th e necessary steps. T hey said th a t th e w histle, w hen obtained, would be tested a t C ouncilm an L ionel A. D eans a u to sh o p w here compresm d a ir Is available. T a n k Above Building If successful. It w ould th e n be m ounted on to p of th e city h a ll and ressed a ir ta n k w ould be In- Inside th e building. I n this m a n n e r th e signal could be operated from the pollcc station, where someone Is on d u ty day a n d night. O th e r n a tio n a l defense steps here re a w a itin g receipt o f w ord by Judge Ja m e s R. B othw ell. c o u n OTlllan defense c h airm a n, aa to just w hat m oves sho u ld b e ta k en to coincide w ith th e n a tio n a l aetui>. CouncUmen au»scecelved a le tte r from th e T w in C h i b t r of Com merce, signed by P re sid e n t R ay 3. H o ltn o. to w h U h sew teea o l aac h mem ber of th e.o rg an iz atio n w ere offered In a n y defense ste p s ta k en. Selected m em bers of th e Ju n io r Cham ber of C om m erce a r e already In training u n d e r d irec tio n o f C hief of Police K en n e th B a rcla y a n d FlDe Chief U Z. BarUett. B arclay A pproved CouncUmen la st n ig h t also a p proved ap p o in tm e n t of B a rcla y as service, a n d l«e M cc racken a s a c t ing a ssista n t chief succeeding B a r clay. Both officers will receive th e salary set fo r t h a t office b e g ln n g Ja n. 1. r Renew als of various beeru lcenses were also approved as w ere tw o ta x i c permlta. America s Botanists Gird to Protect U. S. Supply of Food By JO H N L. HAM PTON DALIiAS. Tex., I>!C. 30 (U.R) A m ericas botanist* girded today for a b a ttle of th e ir ow n a g ain st th e p c sti and b lig h t! th a t consu ntly endanger the plants vlul to the nations w artim e food supply., T hey h av e In m ind th e epidem ics th a t a p p ea r w K hout w o m tn g am id th e fam ine, pcstllcnce a n d d e ath pf of w ar. They h av e In m ind th e pota to b lig h t of 1016 th a t alm oet w recked O erm a n y tw o years before h e r m ilita ry forces m e t defeat. T hese soldiers of th e hom e fro n t to ta l ab o u t J.OOO, of w hom 400 are* active m em bers In th e A m erican P hytopathologlcal society, a division of th e A m erican A ssoclotlon fo r the A dvancem ent of Sclcnce cu rren tly m e etin g h e re. J. a. L each o f th e U niversity of W est V irginia, p resident of th e sodety: said th a t they e x p e c ts to name a w ar em ergency c onim lttec to guard th e n a tio n s a rse n al o f food b u t th a t th e problem w as hem ispheric a s well as n a tio n a l a n d te sts a re underw ay to h e a d o ff pestilence th a t m ight rold th e dem ocracies v ita l plants such as those supplying ru b b er In Latin America, and quinine In Mexico a n d P d iv. P la n t d l s s take 10 to 30 per Honolulu Awaits First Big Victory For Birthday Ball NEW Y O R K, Dm. 30 W.R)-Presld e n t Roosevelt s b irth d a y ball In H onolulu w ill be held a fte r th e " first big victory, I t w as Indicated today, Oov. Jo se p h B. P o indexter of H a waii cabled K e ith M organ, n ational chalrfnan of the committee for celeb ratio n of th e P re sid e n ts birthday, th a t " ac co u n t p re se n t w ar situation heie impossible to make definite arrangem ent* fo r P re sid e n ts celebradlu ons m ay w arran t. M organ rep lied, "Y anks soon be th e re avenge P e a rt harlw r. Your sp irit m ag n ifice n t. C a rry on. Hold P residents celebration w henever possible. S uggest In connection first big victory. y-pd ISCO N TlES SERVICE OMAHA. Neb., Dcc. 30 OIJO-The U nion Pacific railro a d today a n nounced disc o n tin u a n ce of It* re g istered n u rse stew ardess service so "these h ig h ly -trn ln e d young women may be made available for more Important duly." TIte a ctio n wnn a n nounced by W. M. Je ffe rs, railro a d president, who said I t w as ta k en in a fu rth e r effo rt to cooperate to th e fu lle st wlui n a to ln al defense agencies. T h e stew- ardees service was Inaugurated six years ago. A b a n d o n e d A u to F o u n d a t B r id g e JE R O M E, Deo. 30 (Speclali A 1034 m odel grey P lym outli coupe bearing a N evada license No. I-040, a n d b eliev e d by sh e riffs a uthorities here to h av e been stolen, was found abandoned on th e highw ay th is week betw een th e T w in ro lls-je ro m e rlm - to -rim bridge. T lie c a r wa* found u n d a m u... and bore n o Identification excepting It* license n u m b e r, Uie m otor n u m b er w hich Is 1848,iim d th e serial «D 0. cen t o f th e n a tio n s crop annually a n d th e new conditions, new environm ents" of w a r Inevitably bring new "unusual a n d pow erful d is eases" to e ndanger food sources, h e said. His problem and t h a t of his colleagues Is to m a in ta in norm al yields f«r th e gov e rn m e n ts pla n n ed production. "O ur w artim e e ffo rt w ill be In managed econom y,? h e sa id. "O ur efforts will be c o n ce n tra te d on e f ficiency of production, a n d a sh o rtage of m anpow er will m a k e th is All th e more Im portant. "We a re n o t going to m ake th e m istakes of th e la s t w ar such aa plowing up th e plains a n d form ing du st bovls, a n d d rain in g swam ps. W e are guard in g a g a in st overexpanslon. Instead o ur a tte n tio n Is on in creasing th e yields ol la n d already In production a n d o u r w ork In cludes foods, fibers, p astu rag e, fo r est* Including those supplying us w ith rubber m edicinal h e rb s a n d others. Leach said th a t p rin cip al d a n g er to th e phythopathologlsta program was priorities w hich m ig h t cause a s h o r t e o f such a n tl-d lsease agent* as copper su lfa te b u t th e botanists are a ttem pting lb c o u n te ra c t th is by stra in s of seeds a n d plants v li e n t enough to v ludeesaiwork ITEVENl Initial judging to u r of th e T im es- News C hristm as lig h tin g c o n test h a d been com pleted today l»y th e four arbiters w ho w ill select 1041 w inners. Final Judging a n d a n n o u n ce m en t of winners are expected to be.completed by New.Year# day. Judges a re M rs. P a u l R. T a b e r a n d M rs. W illiam M lddteton, fo r th e Tw enu eth C eh lu ry club, a n d R. J. Schw endlm on a n d P. C. S h e n e b erger, fo r th e T w in T U ls C h a m b e r of Commerce.. To perm it completion of the judging, lighting d e co ratlo iu sho u ld b«left on u n til 10 p. m. U irough J a n. 1 Rejldentlal prises wlu b e m $& and five 1 aw ards. B usiness dls- tru t winners will receive 110 and W. N e w a n u A f v a n n Cream Deodorant U f a, Stops Perspiration Does Q octoedicssesoroens bins. D oes o o tlrrita ie skla. 2. N o w sldns to dty. Q o be Ufed tiaht aftet thsvlo» S. IniianiRr stops p e i w i o a for 110 i days. B em ores «<k>r *.5 4. A white, B. Arrid h u been a m td e d the losdinie o( U o au bclof bstm lessto A n id la th e b OSOOOMMT. T iy 1*1 ledeyi ARRID IliAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALLS/ IDAHO M R H W K n r-* W E m ean y o u r o ld tiihe food frie n d s. T h e sim ple, d e licio u s foods that are so w elco m e after h o lid a y feastin g. W eyo p u t them a ll o n d isp la y to h e lp rem ind y o u p f y o u r fa v orites that y o u l l w an t for a m id n ight sn a ck an d N e w Y e a r s dinner. Como in T O D A Y., PRICES EFFECTIVE WED. FBI SAT. C R A N B E R R Y S A U C E Higliway Brand 2 P U M P K I N 3 No. 2i/j Cana..,, PICKLES Guaranteed Quality MEATS 2 3!!! : c HOMINY Van Camp s, No. V/i C a n c FLOUR Kitchen Craft 4 8 $ CORN ao srden Side, O o ldens w ect, N o. JOl C an TOMAtOES BEANS Briargate, Cut Green B ean s... PEAS Sugar Bell, No..2 Can C R A (m S 2 25c 10c 1 2 c 1 1 c I Exccll Sodas -,1b. Pkg.... SHOULDER PORK ROASTS Young Pig Pork, lb... Z o C LOCAL SLAB BACON, Ehmanns select, U L l V i J i O - No. 1 Tin... n n Fancy Dry Cure, lb...z i C SHOULDER BEEF ROASTS. C)-l No. 7 Bone Cuts, lb... " A C SMOKED PICNIC HAMS, 9 Q «Tender Cure, lb..... O C Link Sausage Little Pig Pound...I c Sliced Salmon Pound... OYSTERS, SALMON Blo«PlitJ, 1 0 1?. " * 1 Q /. t- O im» C u l o C N". 1 c u i... IO C SHItlNP SS.":._...15c 3,0...25c COFFEE 1 6 c SOUPS C am pbell* T om ato 31c EDWARDS COFFEE 2 lb. Con c DaUd. 1 lb. BB«.. AIRWAY COFFEE MATCHES Royal Satin 3 - r...59c Lard 4rA... 59c 3 19c 23c Shortening 2 3 c Pound... Pound PRODUCE Beef Liver Young, Tender Sliced Halibut 1 9 c c GRAPEFRUIT m iiiy...10 it». 25c c.,u c GRAPES 3 J rr:...25c 19c Artichokes S/r.!: 15c BRUSSEL SPROUTS P ound Spry, Crlsco, Biiowrtrlft / w, HMnn* Dawn. lb. C a u...]...b y e Toilet Tissue 4 n m l l y P k n c......l O C CELERY s r. I.::.!"; 7c LE1TUCES."" -...9c AVOCADOS, lb...15c ITomato Juice io lo u n c e C u u Ciiocoiates 16c 5 -i> o u iid Uox... 89c c 1 2 c KARO SYRUP 5 r " c AMAZO SYRUP ,;,6 3 c SYRUP SItecpy Hollow 5 ib» c I SU-PURB 21c LUXSOAP- 3 Bar, c 5 G ra n u la ted Soap. L arge P s c k s f e UiAwectened, loounca Cun... IVORT SOAP LAUNDRY SOAP White King, Giant Bars. OXYDOL. RINSO -23c U t j e P u t a c s Hevshey s COCOA 15c 19c 2 3 c cocoam n lsirifl!:,.21e OATS CORNMEAt 23c 9SBr!:...29c Q uaker, Large P n c ta g e... OATS, Sperry, 9 lb. bag..40c Grapefruit " 21c ihmallows c PINEAPPLE JUICE Candy 2 9 c Oliocolate drops, Bafln mix. 2 broken m ix, O C «Pounda O C Catsup...17c

4 ;-P«ga Four IDAHO EVENING TIMEB, TWIN FA IiS, IDAHO Tuwdw. M iaalw. SO. IM I i t. X t e l e p h o n e 38 :» d l U M w m IWTIW rnm iu i tlii n J &. S, T. f S S S s l B S S S b S? Twia r iik. Idab to U* fn.~ lutut la tbi Twta rail* PMtetflM. Cc»ttm». Har«b I. 117#. AorU II. ISIS. Us4«T Tfcra* araaum r - O ld T s u U of Maboi f i u " r»? u. - = S i. ; M«IOf L & A. Itai. M addid UMMIO br Cbaptor U«, Ihli p*p«r psnaaol t» Sm Uod I. ISM S«*lsa U m o( Mabe. NATIONAL neprbseritativea WESt.HOLLIOAY CO.. INC. m ill Tom,i. no Uiub StrMt. Baa rrbseuoa. CaliL D e c e n tra liz in g W a s h in g to n Long before the war. emergency came, thoughtful men in W ashington and elsewhere w ere considering plans fo r decentralizing - the federal governm ents enormous bureaus and establishments on the Potomac. Now what men were coming to believe was desirable has become an.urgent necessity. W ashington has swollen fa r beyond its capacity to contain the rising flood of federal functions and functionaries. The w ar h a s turned a rising current into a flood, and sheer in ability to provide bed-and-desk room in the capital makes it necessary to move some of the federal bureaus to other cities. In so fa r as the press of tim e m akes it possible, this S should be done with an idea of perm anent change ii t m ind. The mere fact that the political capital of th t ; country is Washington is no reason w hatever for th6 i presence there of many of the establishm ents whose a enorm ous plant and staff make them like g re a t white- -if-collar.factories. There is no more sense to it than if General Motors or Ford were to insist on making every part and assembling every car in D etroit Some 11,000 employes are affected by moves al- i - r e a d y ordered, with more to come. To New York, St..Xou.is, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and P hiladelphia they go J a do in other places p a rt of the w o rk of th e R ura lelectrification, Farm Security, P atent Office, National P ark Service, Fish and Wild Life Service, Ind ia n Service, Wage-Hour, N aturalization, Employes Compensation, Seiurities and Exchange, Railway Retirem ent, Social Security, and other federal functions. E ven w hen as mair as 40,000 such em plces Kave ib een-ansferretf fro(n W ashington, th a t city w ill be Jas big as ever, since 40,000 w ar w orkers are to move [. in. In the fu tu re, decentralization o f W ashington is in- j dicated by everything th a t has been learned during. th e p a st 10 years. Many world capitals have h ad to i fly before the blast of w ar the m ore highly central- ized they were, the harder the task. Improved com- j ntunication in the future w ill keep b ra n w offices in I f a r cities in as close touch w ith th e adm inistrative head as is possible today in some o f the labyrinthine W ashington offices in which visitors and even em-. T ployes lose th eir way, 1 These transfers, forced by w ar, can also be made ; to serve the future need of stream lining the federal : governm ent T o k e n s o f U. S. I n g e n u it y O ut in Oklahoma, where they have m etal sales tax. tokens, alum inum ones representing a tenth ofa cent, brass ones representing a half cent, ta x authorities. w ere puzzled because the state ran out of the tokens, though 87,000,000 of them were issued. And they found that plum bers used them for wash ers, roofers for nailing roofing m aterial, poker plav era fo r chips, children for toys. In every case the tok ens were so much cheai)er than the regu lar article th at PO T S h o t s The Gentleman in the Third Row Loony Lyric thtr* ft mfts With soal M de*4 Who never t«ummu Hath Mid. Am iwutly, twuur H e torncd hu b «u l: Wowl Seme U c» r D t n r DftMy.B n T L IN O (?) T H E T B L m r P E SPIKED PERCBNTAQEI I>ear Pot Shota; I am no tnathem atlel& h b u t i t U jla ln to any eo* th a t th e only du -.leu lt/ aboutjm Tcentacw ta r e c a r d to th e Increased speed o f jrour new teletype m achines i t th * t n o one accurately su te t th e problem. Everyone agree* th a t th e 30 w ord Increase U M per c e n t of 40 a n d 3S 1/3 p e rc e n t of 60. Y a se Increase Is 60 p e r... ra te of th e slower m achines a n d S3 1/3 per cent of th e ra te o f th e f a s te r m achines. I t Is th e sam e old problem of w hether percentage of p ro fit sh o u ld b e figured on th e co st ce th e se lling price. In the case o f your te le types yoii have th e sam e resu lts no m a tte r w h at per c e n t you c all it tn it In the cas6 o f p ro fit a o d loaa som e one goes broke If th e p e ro e n t- Is not.,liur.80_ H to pay the of d «ng WWneas and ft reaaonable profit. N o one t* n say w ho c «n e fro m w here w ithout a c lea r e x p lan a tio n of w h a t w ho you are tftlu ng ab o u t, a n d w h at w here is m e an t. S ee. C lea r a s m ud. Y our* sincerely, - D a m B ell B O W I T A m C T S rs O H ln E N T GRANDPAPPXXS Judge Jim R. B o t h i w ai IIU tl* d a n d yesterday. BeM Ju st- be> Bo Judge Jim ieletkhoool th» f tr e - tim es to ptoclalol th e glad tld lm i. e t m bemused W -W * SERIAL STORY HIS CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY A d e l a id e H a z e l t i n e C a ro l, etan d lb g i m r. hm otl I m **nuit awful cult, Andy! And bow y o u a tin d tte m l th e M ore, tib d a, lid q u i a. " M y t tt h c e a tto n o u g h t r d th a t clear H a rtta k au * taka* «r*4lt <«v C a r aa«at «h«k m fartr AaaMa wtck } t f. s a F s s * s.? *! K M t r a to t u 4 l w la tli«f a w wey wmyoube tw ir to to t U t e dlatinetly. Toud better not w iit for me. H er iftoe darkened. OeB*! worrjr. I w obh I You epd your " ro le o f graim lppr. hp sta r te d lu a I d o n t Q W : w h e th e r I t w ould com e under the- h o f society... scientific discovery.w ould jiro b - ably be better... from w h ere h e w e n t on to te ll th e re p o rte r * b o u t th e grandson s arrival. Ho Hum Dept. -M ao Inseree H U V M ln fo r I0,> B e t hes, going to play a t a K ew Years e>e party. nobody paid any attention to the fa c t th a t they were in a sense money/ but uaed them in w hatever way seemed most practical. W hut wc as a people lack in autom atic and unthinking respect for authority, we m ake up in initiative and ingenuity. No good German and no ijood Jap would ever think of using coins bearing the im print of the state to nail down a roof. T h e W alls T h a t D iv id e N o t Men in prison are there because th eyliave offended ag a in st society, which has decided to segregate them from the rest of the people for a tim e in the nope th a t *HavaU O rdera B an e n All D l- Toroe TrlaU *>-Pma Item.. W Uh a Mg w ar on, fam ily w ars a re trivial. THE VTTAL MATTEB8 O F L i n Bob Leerlght w andered in to th e office w hilst on v acation fro m Unl> veye, Moscow. S ince Bob w ill w ork few days for th e Evetlm es before adlng nftrth, h e h a d direol c ertain Im poru nt m all be ad to him here. T h e Pol Shots secret ste n o g rap h e r Jotted this verbatim co n v ersatio n as B ob asked for th a t ce rta in Im p o rta o t m all. "Say, have any le tte rs come to th e office for m«r E specially one c e r- U ln letu r?" "H avent seen a n y. W hy, la BH C supposed to write to you7 *Naw, A guy owes m e five bucks a n d was gonna, m a ll It.* TH E PRYCIilO M R. D AVIS D ear Pot Shota; T h a t guy T ed D avis m u st be paychto o r someuilng. W lien h e ap piled for th s t T w in P alla c ity bun.-anchlse several m onths ago, 1 h e a r d, a lot of w lseacrea chuckle a n d rem ark th a t T e d s foolish, U tere wont be enough business. And then, w ith delivery of h is bus o n ly ar week aw ay, cam e t h a t n o- uew>auto<tlre>t)uylng decree from W ashtngton. Knd passenger busca OAN get tires. Now psychic T ed sta n d s to d o a landofflce business a s th e tlre a on all o u r cars su r t w earing o ut. H im b e ra M e can bo taught to resume a norm al place in society walls th a t thus cut them o ff from im m edial, contact w ith their fellow men, however, do not cut lem o ff from their country. They are still p a rt of ity, though segregated from free contact w ith it. ibon walls ciinnot cut men o ff from their coun- r should they. B federal penltentiaty a t A tlanta, Ga., the pri- ustriea have ju st inaugurated a B6-hour work sr prisons are doing the same. I, how better rehabllltata men than to allow D part, and an effective p a rt, in a common How th?m even in this w ay to servo? Wo t wulorlty fo r the proposition th a t it is Mlfish aem ce th a t miy m an may find I) one side 6 i the w all o r another. [o re (MOJipcUng to hear 1 not to take the Phil- C H A P T IR X II *1* IN P A.m u s t h av e been i n th e doorw ay fo r m inute* w h n e A n d y h d d Carol I s h la a o d k la ie d h e r. H ow m u d i she co u ld h a v e seen in th e d a rk e n e d room, Carol could only cueai t l o d a s cool, seofrng voic e w as a challenge. A re you r e a d y ~ fln ally? sh e said to H e gave t)er a m ost sm ile. No, U n d a," b e sa id eai I itin have to play my part *, Jealow Q flashed In h e r eyea fu p p o ee d y o u w ere doing th a t J u s t n o w." C arols face went pink. No, A ndy said levelly. I a c ostum e w h e n Im p la y in g a p a rt. Y ou ll know b y th a t. H e touched C arols a rm a n d guided.her backtobul A fe w m in u tes la te r A n d y ap* p e e r e d in th e h a lf< n -h a lt w i t w h ic h h is fa th e r h a d o ric ln a te d. W h en b e tu rn e d h is back S a n ta C laus. B u t w h en h e cam e fo rw a rd F a th e r Tim e., B e h in d h im h e pulled th e rid lc u * lo u s w agon p U high w ith e o u - v e n ire for everyone. 5«B»eoae clapped. O th e n }olaed u n til th e room ro ared w ith ap* pro v al L in d a, unm oving, w atch e d fro m th e doorw ay. W hen A M y c am e to h e r b e m a d e a n d a b o ra te b o w ancl p ree en te d h w ith a gilt b o m. She threw it to the floor angrily. tte n tto M m u a t h a v e b e en V n O n m, sh e to ld hereau. th e unbeodlcg o<.. ) hlg M crttery. H ed Bfm ply th e apiril c t th e M i* tea. k t e r Pcrtitpe gbe4 ateayed b «im th b it o l mutleto* and hed b M o obuged to tollow I p a r ty lni*t o v e r. I t ll b» l e h J a t th e n aald q u ite. th e w o u ld n t re m in d h im Of it, e v e r. B e c o u ld d e p en d on t h a t S h e k n e w h e r piece. 8 te - w e u ld b e i n tm tfiui*. T Y ou r «w eleo m e to a ll o f iu She w h irle d a r m a d e n d atelked aw ay. p a r ty tr ie d in v a in to rec ep - t u r e th e g a ie ty o f th e evening b u t L in d a h a d ta k e n i t w ith h er. O n ly w h e n A n d y h o d a n ir p r ie e f b r e veryone d id it regain aome o t its loet enomslasm. T h e lig h ts d im m ed a n d a spou lig h t f e ll o n a w id e door. I n a mo they heard the soft roll o<.. e am ile engulfing every. e x c e p t h is eye* a n d m outh, a w h e e l e h f tr before them. stirg e d to rw a rd, greeting Q gbing o v e r him. A ndy g av e h im a la p fu l o t souvenirs and th e p a r e n d ed happily. C a ro l w a s q u ie t a s she w en t ho m e w ith BU l a n d M ary. T h eir la u g h te r a n d sm a ll ialfc fo und h e r un resp o n siv e. S h e w as back on th e dance floor in th e dim nees o f sta r lig h t, fe e lin g a g a in th e sw eet «ture of A ndy s lip* on her own. A t th e d o o r, BiU lingered a fte r M a ry h thanlced e m a n d gone in. I t s e ll rig h t, C arol. h e M id finally. 1 see now. See, BIU? sh e countered, ye she th o u g h t s h e k n e w w h a t b e m e a n t Y ee w ith A n d y, S h e tr ie d to say lightly, "I didn t k n o w 1 w o re m y h e t on m y aleeve." Y o u w o re i t in y o u r eyes, C arol. T h e know le d g e seem ed to h u r t h im, " Iv e m e t th e m an, n o w. H e s z» lo n g e r a secret. I w ish y o u lu c k." N o u se to p re te n d a n y longer, S h e p u t h e r h u u l a g ain st h is a rm a n d sa id. T h a n k s, B ill, I need i t " N o t so m u c h. N ow th a t L indas o u t C a ro l lo o k e d a t him, said q u ic k ly. D id y o u h e a r, too? Y es. 1 coukln- t h e lp i t I t i a p r e tty g ood e x a m e o t a gen> tle m s n g iv in g a lad y th e gatel" A p re o c c u p ie d A n d y cjune dow n M o n d a y m o rn in g. H e seem ed to h a v e nic ce sstu U y fo rg o tten th e M r. a n d M rs. K. a. K elsey h a v e a s guest* th U w * * -th e ir d a u g h ters. Mls& XtB)» Blelaay.attd M lsa H elen K elssy. M ila M a d elin e Peo*. s tu d e n t a t B enagera B usib m * couege, S a lt m o e t I now t h a t C h ristm a a w u o v e r w aa T here were c ountib g *Upe to o rd e r, section n u m b e r* to i t a n d o th e r sup* p lie s to g e t rew Sy. E v e n sheet* to r a n e w le d g e r h a d to b e b o u g h t S h e w o u ld h a v e to u se la st y e a r s le d g e r to g u id e h e r in o r d e rin g th e n e w one. S he d g e t it from the vatilt now. S h e w e n t-q u lc k ly u p th e th re e flights o f s t a t e to th e fo u rth floor. T h e i a v e n t o record* w ere sta c k e d y e a r u p o n y e e r Ju st as th e y h a d a lw a y s b e en. S h e c lim b e d to sm a ll ito o l a n d re a c h e d f o r th e b u lk y vo lu m e on *M 0. g ra c p e d I t w ith b o th hands, lif te d i t d o w n. I t w a s ao h eavy sh e h a d to e n d i t u p to h o ld i t T h e re w a a a sw ish a n d a thum p a s sob M thlng f e ll f ro m i t C a ro l lo o k e d dow n. A la rg e legal s it e e n v e lo p e la y a t,th e fo o t o f th e stool G in g e rly, s h e ste p p e d dow n, p u t th e le d g e r o n a ta b le b e fo re she stooped to p ic k u p th e envelope, th e n tu r n e d i t o v e r, s ta r e d a t its in sc rip tlb a. H e r b r e a th cam e in a s ta r tle d g a sp. S h e w o u ld rec o g n ize M r. D ear* b o m s c a r e f u l h a n d w ritin g any* w h ere! H e h a d w ritte n o n th e fro n t o f th e e n v e lo p e, T h e L a s t W ill a n d T e s ta m e n t o f A n d re w,d e a r* b o m." T h e w ill! S h e h a d fo u n d th e w ill h id d e n In th e 1840 inv e n to ry le d g erl I t h a d n t b e e n O U qilaccd. U id n t b e e n l o s t E v e r. M r. D e a r-. m p u rp o se ly h a d p la c e d i t h e re w here they w ould find it at invento r y - tim e hut-310 *ooner«.h e b e m w ise a n d J u S h e ih h a v e k n o w n h e w o u ld le a v e A n d y to re a c h h ia o w n d e cisio n u n in fluenced b y th e p ro v isio n s o f th e w in. E v e n l o d e a th h e b a d o u t- thought them all! D axediy. s h e e x a m in e d th e en v e lo p e. I t w a s o p e n a t o n e end. S h e c u p p e d i t in h e r hands, and p e e re d in sid e. A g h a s t * h e sh o o k i t tutu ely. T h e w ill w a s gonel <To B «CcnU Boed) FILER A rritn d e f m in e t«m m e (riwse dont eurse) T h a t he th in k s I e an do Room very fine verm. Maybe he1 right Theygh jpm deakt il, I feari llfnoe 1 wen l w rite a p e ea, e U apm New Y eari A ngeuna m O M TUB K ID g AGAIN Dear Third Row Man; Your oolyum seem s In tere sted In th e odd savings o f th e c h ild ren so heres one w hleh waa flang a t yesterday by a UtUe glr> a b o u t yesni om. The young lady slipped and fell on th e loe oi\ A eeond a free t w e st She got up. dusted h e rse lf o ff a n d rem ained brightly to m e a* 1 walked byi HSoodneas, x had a feu." w tf* U r.- a o d M n. Quy K lmbao, Ray a n d F reddie C lifton reo im ed Sunday from a visit at Comstock, Nev. M r. a n d M rs. H arold A. R eeder a i fam ily are expected h o n e this week from La JunU, Colo, M r. a n d M rs. Abe S latu r, W euer, a n d M r. a n d M rs. E lm tr S tu ts n a n a n d fam ily, Payette, retu rn e d to th e ir hom es Bi/nday a fte r a holiday visit w ith relauves. M r. and M rs. Law rence Kalb* flelsch a re pare n ts of a son b o m Dec. M a t th e Ruby m aternity hom e In F iler. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Barron returned S a tu rd ay from a trip to W indsor, C alif. M r. a n d M rs. K. r is h s r a n d M rs. E lla Lois, PorU and, Ore.. en route to W ayland. la., w e r e w eek-end gumu of Mr. and M n. Dave Rich. M r. a n d Mrs. Ployd O rleve and fam ily a n d M rs. A nita G iven and tw o sons. Id ah o Palla. are visiting a t IhB W illiam A. Orleve home. J. r. O ulick reft Saturday w ith M r. a n d M rs. O. T. DeKlota for Los A ngeles, Oallf., to visit hu son, E u gene. M r. aod M rs. N. S. Pelthouse. New P lym outh, Ida., snd R er. P a u l P e lt- house, M iddleton, who h av e been gueata of Dr. and Mrs. I. A. A nderson. retu rn e d Saturday. M rs. A rlene Oilman. In tra in in g a t G ood S am arlu n hospital a t P o rtla n d. O re., Is spending th e holidays w ;th h e r parenu, Mr. and M rs. W; A. Lincoln. M r. and M rs. Olsrence B racken- bury- a re parenu of a son. b o n i a t th sir home m d a y. Dec. 20. M r. and M rs. W. P. Ballnger and fam ily relu m ed Sunday from a visit w ith relau ves In K ansas. M issouri a n d Colorado. M rs. Em anuel Boepple h a a re lu m ed fro m the county hospital following a n operation. M r. and M rs. Roy W rkle. D enver, r e guests a t the L. M. S m ith home, i Jo h n M ack ay left S a tu rd ay for G lendale. Calif., where h a U em ployed a t Uie Lockheed a irc ra ft eor- poratlon, Filer Boy Soouts were busy Saturday colleoung m agaslnss a n d w aste p a p er to be used for defense. T hey plan to collect eaoh Salurday. Q eorge H arshbarger, who h a s been visiting his itarenu, Mr. sn d M rs. J. T. M arshbahter, left S a lu rd ay for S a n Francisco, wliere he Is e m p W - ed In defense work. Leo Coales, who spent th e h o lidays wlu> his parents. Mr. a n d M rs. BllU Coates, le ft Saturday for Ban LuU ObUpo, Calir., w here h e Is a t te n d in g a governm ent scliool. M r. and M rs. W ard M aokey a n d c h ild ren le ft Saturday f o r th e ir hom e a t M aru nei, Calif., a fte r a vtalt a t tlie hgme of Mrs; M aokeya fath e r. A. A. DavU. O rover Davis, Jr left F rid ay for B alt L ake City to e n ter th e a ir enrlce. H e wu be tn n a fe rre d T exas. Iseae Beem, who h u been visiting hla perenu, M r, and M r*. G. O. JM em, le ft S e tu rd iy fo r B uittank. Oftllf., w here h* h u. e m j n i s ateter, K etharyn Beeo a n d *005, M ahlon a n d a o u rto n. le ft m d e y <o v isit th e ir son and b ro th er. J I a r r y a a a u l s t, and wife a t S a n F ra n o tsc a M r. a n d M rs. H ugh Brown. D allas, Tex., are visiting her sister. Mrs. M r. a n d M rs. O rcn A U soa le ft S u n d a y fo r th e ir hom e a t Pendleto n, O re., a fte r visiting h is parents, M r. a o d M rs. V. A. AUlson. Lois B ru m et h a s retu m ed to C ulver City, a fte r spending the h o lid a y s w ith h e r m other, Mrs. B laztche B ru m e t RUPERT 0. B a l* IS Y E A R S AGO D E C,;M.ltt«. Mias M ary K avoslk, w ard o f Mrs. W alter R e lle r, a n d M iss E sth er Ship- d a t a dan cin g p a rty M r. a n d M rs. C harles e n te r ta in e d In th e banquet room of F r e d s club c afe P rld ay evening w ith th e a n n u a l dancing party. G uests w ere employeen of th e local J. O. P e n n e y C om pany store of which Mr. Balch is manager. T w o special services were con- duot«d a t Uie local C hristian church Sunday. In ihe absence of Uie pasto r, R ev. E ugene Slum p. Ralpii T. N y b la d. su p e rin ten d e n t of R upert s(;hoolb. took cliarge. As a courtesy to O scar Csrlson. a holiday guest here. Mrs. Ida Carlto n te n te ru ln e d w ith a buffet d in n e r a n d Inform ol social evening a t h er hom e fiitturdsy. D ale F enlon, w ho w ith M rs. P entco d a y h e re w ith M r. a n d M n. L er iv F e n to n, a n d M r. and M n. F rank le ft Friday for his home W ednesday evening a t th e ReUer hom e fo r inem bera of th e younger se t. M iss R u t h M d to b e ru w on th e d a nce p rlae f o r th e g lr u a n d P aul Selby for th e boys. O uesu w ere R u th is hlpm an, R u t h M oroberu, D orothy M lnnlck. O ra o e R a tc liff. Alen<( Groom e, K a th e rin e H a r r is e s RJ«h- a rd V arney, H ouston TroUnger, S tew a rt B row n, H ow ard G enlsh, R obert D aw son, R o b e rt Thompson, P a u l Selby a n d K en n e th B u ra o a e S i e t a T w B B r v r F In B a lt L ak City, Mm. Fenton and bab y w ill rem a in for a longer v isit M r. a n d M n. A rt K osler, Idaho Pftlls, w ere Sunday guests of M n. G. W. Doyle a n d h e r daughter, Miss M ild red Nickerson, Bonners Perry. M rs. K oeter was fom ierly Miss Leyla leleanor Nelson, of Rupert. fto y O u n n ln ih a m, who spent O h ry tsn a s In S a ltm w ith his father, J o h n F. C unningham, retum ed S a t u rd a y. M r. a n d M rs. Jo lm M ltohell. Salem. O regon, e re guesu of M r. M itchell * lu. M r. a n d M rs. W. 0. M itchell, rt. O ther holiday guesu In the leu hom e a re M r. Ml( hah i su tor, M rs. W illiam H annon, and M r. H am io n, Boise. M r. a n d M n. M aurice WllIU and o n. M aurice WlllU. Jr.. Denver, and M r. a n d M n. Byron Folkm r~ ~ d e n. U ta h, w ho sp e n t a sh o rt... w llh M rs, Idm n p t a M him.. U r*. H. L. W alter r e e o tly re- MlVfd llo M im»w»m for 1 con test on history of our flag. M r. IM I K M. M. V. U m u m w C a rp en te r, and family, le ftv a y. A s a courtesy to M iss E lltabeth M. Jo h n so n, hom e for Uia holiday* f n n h e r teaching position near Me- C a ll, M rs, J. 1. T renhalle e n u rta ln e d a t h w hem e S a tu rd ay w ith d in n sr a n d a n tnfdrm al toelal evening. M r*. D M n W ater*, w ho h a s been a g u e st o f h e r m othar. M n, A nna M onieon. a n d fam ily, r ttu m e d to B u rle y Sunday.. M r. a n d M rs. R eed H ardy. Mr. and M ra. A rt F letc h er a n d M n, L. 0. H oopas, m o th e r ot Mr*. K ardy and M rs. F lete h er, a rrlre d S a tu n U r m o rn in g from S a lt L ake City, T h» w ere called here by th e d e a th «M r. Hardy* father, Zeeharlu Hardy. M r. a n d K n..m w in A. D u m ii, a n d in f a n t eon, Bdw ln AUan Duma*. P u llm a n, W ash., w ho have O h iu tm a a week her* w ith.. D u m a a p arent*. M r. gn d M n. W. O. OhMMior. le f t i n w l i y fo r th e tr hom e. P rio r to h e r B u n i l HISTORY Of Tw in Falls City & County M r. a n d M r s. O ra a n d R u th S g b trt a re visiting thelisparento la M u fu u g h. M r. a n d M rs.-o tls F rie s a n d f u n - Qs l i f t W ednesday fo r A hno, whece they wul spend a few daya a t th e hom e o(..jt[r*. F ries p a re h ta, M r. and Mrs. PMe Cahoon. M r. a n d i c r c. M ax T u r n e r left; W ednesday fo r D rlggs, Id a., w here thiqr w ill visit, a t th e h e m e o f t rs- T urner * p a re n ts, M r. a n d M rs, Leste r Riddle, a n d fam ily. M r. a n d M rs. U o y d F ish e r, fo r m erly o f -Deolo, now o t B lac k fo o t announce th e b irth o f a d a u g h te r Tue*day. D ee. 3>,.at P ocatollo. M rs. Fisher was foitaerly M iss H azel Power*.. Mis* A m elia P ap p as. Pocatello. Is visiting h e r parjm U, M r. a n d M rs. Anest Pappas.. arrived W ednesday from w e lse r t o s p Christm aa v acation w ith h e r p a r ents. Mr. a Mrs. Frank Manning. Les B la n a rd a n d C a rl B la n a rd, CalU om l*. a re vislung frien d s in D ecta M r. find M r*. Roy F e te rs o o visited a t th e hom e of h ie p a re n ts. M r. and Mrs. O tto Peterson, before leaving fo r McBClninlUe. O re.. w here.they will make their hcsne. A rthur J, M cc artney, s o n o f M r. and M r*. G. E. M cc artney. Declo, enlisted D ee. l e In th e m a rin e corps. la vall S m ith a n d d a u g h ter. _ m C anyon, c t a h. a rriv e d in D eclo F rid a y to sp end th e fadldays with h e r m o th er. M r*. M a ry F r o s t Mr. Sm ith Joined them U ter. M r. a n d M n. C e d i W U llam s a re th e p arent* o f a d a u g h te r bom Monday. D ec. aa. Mr*. R e x A nderson, te a c h e r A m erican Falls, Is sp e n d in g th e Christm as vacation w ith h e r h u s-.band a n d p aren ts, M r. a n d M rs. Riley U sh. L ; N oyes a o d sister, M n. Eva Brower, r e tu m e d recen tly fro m B i - c a m p m e n t, Wyo. Don Jacobe h u go n e to M agna. Ctah, where ho has secured employm e n t \ a n i M n. H anson a n d daugh- B a rb o ra. Pocatello, a re spending thu iou days here. O le J a c o b s. B alt L ak e City. Is v lsltln p h is p a re n ts. M r. a n d M n. R. H. Jacobs; Mlsa H e le n K elsey r e tu m e d to Rigby S unday w here s h e w ill r e su m e.h er school w ork a fto r a visit w ith h e r p a re n ts, M r. a n d M rs. E. R. Kelsey. L eora Cobbley. Id a h o F a lls, _ visiting h e r b ro th er, E a rl Cobbtey. D onald Ahdersoix, B lackfoot, m a a guesft C h ristm as day a t th e hom e o f Bishop a n d M n. W infield B u n t. W illard H aw kins, C alifornia, here visiting h is p a re n ts, M r. a n d Mrs. L. H aw kins. M k s M ary M atthew s; P a rm a, is a guest th is w eek of h e r p a re n ts, M r.. and M rs. G eorge M a tth e w s M iss U ta h n a Stockings- Is her p a re n ts, M r. a n d M n. StooUngs. L e s a n d C arl. B lan c h ard le ft S a t urd ay fo r C alifornia a f te r visiting relauves- In Declo. Mr. a nd.mrs. Carl B ronson, Paythelr g ran d p a re i. H yrum 8. Lewis. Mr. a n d M rs. M ax T u r n e r n turned home Sunday from Drlggs. M r. a n d M n. C arl.o ste rh o u t a n d son are spending two weeks In Monta n a a t th e hom e o f M n. Oster> houts p a re n ts. Miss M efllyn B ronson, S prin g dale. visited la s t- w e e k w tth h e r cousin. LoU Fisher of Declo. Mis* B e tty H slse h a s re tu m e d ixom a 10-day trip to N o rth D akota.. A gnom e is one o f a ra c e of d i m inutive persons exlsu nt only In n e r e l Norwood, O o lo jjrw f o U o w td g n going th ro u g h W ed n «* d j a t t h e n e ra l hom e, w ith R e r. O.-I v J son. o r R u p e rt B ap tist, ew ireh, «. ficiatlng.. H a rry B a tp ste r. o t B urley S k s lodge, as*lkt«d w ith th e e rric e, since M r. V aught w as a m em ber, -of th e E lks todge a t Norwood. M erle D rake sa n g On th e G arden, a n d M rs. Jobn R ue. p ia n ist a sd.m r<..c au i- Ierlne ZUlner. v l c t pu yed. th e posu ude a n d prelude, a n d violin solo. M e m b en o f Elks k)dg* w h o «oted a s p a llb ea ren w ere A. W. Brouse, G e o e S dlnger. Ed B a te m an, Rab Price, H. L Harpster and B. O. Mcculloch. B urial, u nder dirku oh o f V era Mcculloch, was In the Sim set Memorial park at Twin Falls.. ] KETCHUM T T T h e hom e of Mr. a n d M n, Ja ck B o w e n w as destroyed by fire l u t Sunday evening, a n o v er-heated. stovepipe belog the cause. Tbts cou- v k r\la inat Ita rrvinnl itfooartv In th «M r. a n d Mrs. Leon B a lb a o a re hom e fro m th e ir hoaeym oan tr i p to, C au fom la. T hey SrtU m a k e, th e ir hom e In tl)* B a l a p artm e n ts. U pon ; th e ir re tu rn they w ere gueets a t a w elccm e hom e p a r ty a t th e Id a h o club... M iss A gnes Berry Is hom e from a trip- to C alifom la, w here sh e a t te n d ed th e wedding of a niece. M iss M ercedes O laussm, w ho w as m a rrie d to a C. C bhoff o f S a n F rancisco. M n. J. W. Olaussen, m o th e r o t th e bride, retu rn e d - to K etohum - w ith M iss Berry, a n d the,pew lyw eds wiu arrive la te r to spend th e hou days. W. J. Falrman has gone to Clearfield, Utah, where he Is In -the employ of the Union Pacific. M n. B eatrice P atterson h a s gone to L(H>g Beach, Calif., to Jo in h e r h u sb a n d, w ho Is now em pu )yed.ln defense work. Both are fo m e r employes of the Sun Valley reso rt here. M r. a n d flr a. E rnest H em ingw ay a n d M r. a n d M n. G ary C ooper w ere guests a t a T rail creek fa n w e ll p a rty W ednesday n ig h t M iss M ary J a n e G rifflt attended fro m K e t- chum. * M n. F re d Hoffmsn.- w ho h a s been vlslung h e r sister, M n. Ja c k P oo] f o r several weeks, h a s re tu z n e d to -- h e r hom e in "rw tiy Mr& H. V. Robins h s «r e tu m e d > h e r hom e In Pocatello a fte r» 10-day v isit w ith rtiatlve* h e re. S he was form erly a resident o t Retchiim. M iss R u th Lam b, d a u g h te r o f M rs, Chw le* R lte r o f S e t u m, w a sm a r- rle d a t Caldwell. Ida., t o T e d V. M eigs o f Spokane, a s h o rt.tb n * a g o,. friends h e re a re a d v is e d. n ie ira re a tte n d in g W ashington S U to couege a t P ullm an. Archie B. T eater. a rtist fro m H ag- -man, w ith h is w ife, a re new a r rivals in K etchum fo r th e season. T e s te r sp e n t m ost o f la s t w inter h e re azvl completed a v a rie ty of sk e tc h e s-a n d some paldtfaigs. a n d h a d a n a rtlstic e x h lb lt a t B u n V alley a n d also In K tchum. Mrs< T e a te r Is devoting knuch-of h e r - tim e to versifying ibid other w riu ng.-havtng sp e n t several y e a n in Burop, The Red Cross unit an d th e American L eg lo n.are.b u iu y e n gaged a t th e p rese n t tim e in o u tlin in g vsriou* pla n s fo r a ffa in designed to f u r th e r th e bause for w hich th e e o un- try Is actively occupied. A council 9 of defense w as recently organised. The C hristiania h a s opened fo r m ost beautiful Several minor accldente have occurred on th e local ski ru n s,, th e m ost serious being a broken ankle. C hristm as proved a h a p p y season In th is locality. Most business hoses a n d m a n y residences were brlu lantly lighted a n d decorated w ith tree* a n d festoons. NOTED SUFFRAGIST a n d Mrs. R. O. K uykendall enter* U lned a t a C h ristm as p a rty for the children of th e A ddison A venue Social club m e m b e n W ednesday a fte r noon, c h ild re n p rese n t including Iro a n d Lloyd K uykendall, j ; 0. and L ou W lluams. B e tty J a n e W egener., G ra U D rueggenian a n d E arl, Gladys. Cecil, W ayne and Vernon l t h. V Y E A R S AGO DBC. M. ItH a le tte r received froth Con- A ddu ton T. B m lth, by g ra t- gres SecreU ry J ulau ng ih e people o f T w in F alls for th e sp irit sh o w n In reg a rd to the com m unity C h ristm as tree, Mr. B m lth s u te d th a t.h e h a d se n t to th e 3.M 0 po*t o«rds, show ing ubllo buildings in W ashington. He s U te d th a t h e wuh*d to h av e th e card* d istrib u ted to the children on Christmas day; Col. II. Q. M unyon, of F lier, tra n s a cte d biu in ess in th e city fo r a day th e last of th * week G ift P o t a t o e s t o N u m e r o u s S ta te s G O O D IN G, Deo. 10 (fp M tal) G if t boxea o t Id a h o pot«to*e WR«se n t from O oodlng th is year to tw m ty.n ln e atote* M d th * O W ru t of Colum bia. 11)* prol*et< w a pon* *or*d by th * O oodlng C ham ber Com m erce a*» n H n * of Ing th * Id a h o r u i m U. T h e re I r i r * 114 box** m a ile d thl* ]TMr M B p t n d to N boxes in INO, U box** w e n t to. Illinois, 10 to N ««W ashington, n in e from on* to ft to ~ to XUMM w d south Dakota, Utah, WlMonMa, Kentucky, PannsyWaola, n iu u.t in - ns***e, M ontana, 0*l*w»r«. OMrgU, Iowa, Wyoming. O rifon. (Mlorada Honda, Vlrclnla, MgnUDd. M4* ouri. North CaroUn*. 0»ro- Una, Maa*Mhu*etli, h l o tn d lm M t* % m * r ijn d m i ViM w u h t w ei«i h T ihe Chamber of Oommwo* whom ranged th* detail* of tim pro)*oi A n aw e r to P re v io u s a i Tendency. U S h e lte red side. U King o ( Judea IS In th a t plam. aa D o ctor (a b b r.) a tp e r U ln l n g to th e liv e r. 38 H aving earg. 90 H ostelry. 93 A ssam lilk - w orm.- 30 In d ia n c U n >J ymbolfc * 96 Meed covering V ERTICA L 1 Subdue. 2 E le p h a n t tu ik. 40 She I n B. C S y m b o l fo r afts u tn x. Iron, aa W oody p U n t 48R jpped. I T p h e t 48 C o u rte o u s. 3 O u t of danger w om en to 80 T y p e o t Jecket. i Tilts. receive a vot*) fo r th e U, & ao Pronoun. 30EX UU. I I C h u rc h p a r t 81 P ro n o u n. I I O p p o * «lto o S. 8 8 U k e. 14 O od o f w * r, 88 T o w * * ry. 18 sy m bol to r 88 A pportion. ru th e n iu m..8 7 R u g g e d c rm t IT New B run*. of a m ounu ln w lc k < * b b r.). 8» E x l* te n e e. _ SO T o ile try cas*. C O L et it su n d. 4IM y stle - 81 R ajalt * wit*. «l*culbuon. 82 M ato h ln g 4 4 N o r* tg o d. group*. 4 T ilts. 8 P a * tu re. 8 Imbecile. S R e g u la tto u. C opper.. preeidenual 4T M em orised role. 4 ftd ev lo e f0 r 10 Provides food, holding w orkj 11 L ook askance. 81 M u tilato. la Feathered 8 } A gt. s h a ft u s td u B4 P e rce iv e, a w eapon, 88 H a lt a n em.

5 picember 8 0,j OAQ Danng Club Stages Guest Night e-fringed outdoor akating pond, was the dance floor a t l i o Rondevoo evening for the "Snow Feativa],* annual guest night holiday event at which the 0A.0. Dancing* dub entertained. Welcoming the membere of the dancing club and their guestsutf-tow n friendb, holiday house guests and students home for the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Al< worth, dance chairmen, and members of the host committee, Dr. and Mrs. Dean H. Affleck, Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. McAtee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Peavey, Mr. and Mrs. Curtia Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Day. _* A winterland of snow and ice was effected by pine trees of varying heights, f l e d with cotton snow, and placed as lrderfl ejong the orchestra platform and the corners of the dance floor, and in clump arrangements about miniature ice pondis, banded by skaters benches. Two red and silver skating figures, diamond-dusted, were spotlighted in two comers of the room; huge cellophane icicles looked realistically cold as they hung from the pine bough-bordered balcony, and frosty letters spelled out "Snow Festival, _ Miss Bette June T arr, accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Kenw o rt, presented a skating waltz a t intermission. She is a student of the Kenworthy-Stoddard school of dancing. Following her presentation, she received a gift from the host committee. Glen Bates and his Nitehawks played the dance music, and upstairs punch waa served throughout the evening by Herman Yarbrough. Numerous open house events preceded the dance, which was a highlight of the holiday season. * v Among the collegians attending the dance were Frank Carpenter and Bob Sutcliff, students at the University of Southern California Dental school; Ira Cartney, student at San Francisco Junior college; Miss Wanda Kimes, student at the University of Idaho; Miss P at Smith, Colorado Woman s college; Midshipman H arry Benoit, student at the U. S. Naval academy. Also Cecil Jones, student a t the University of Idaho; Miss Lois Olin, -Kimberly, also a student a t Moscow. Holiday visitors included Miss Katherine Booth, Old Bennington, Vt.; Miss Jean Sprague, Sweet Briar, Va.; Miss Margaret McAteei Seattle. Many other outrof-town and Twin Falls guests were present. Tri-C Alumnae to Be Dance Honor Guests With the theme of the dance a well-guarded secret, members of the Tri-C club will entertain in honor of their aiumnae. at 9 p. m. today at the Amwican Legion Memorial hall; Spe - g u y ts will be officers of the MeT-and Alpha Nu clubs ~n8ltjiiir~escorta. Mra. Harry Benoit, club sponsor, and officers of the club and their partners will be in the receiving line. Welcoming the guests will be Mrp. Benoit, Miss Joan Benoit, president, and Howard Alien: Miss Janet Pink, secretary, and Laurier Bond, student at W hitman college, Walla Walla. Wash., Miss Dorothy Van Engden, tre a a u i, and Bob Ryman; Miss Lucile Thomas, M W ant-at-arm s, and Bob D u ic e C om m llu cs C onunltteea Include; G e n e r a l chblmen, Mlsa Mary Alice Buchana n an d M iu O w en Davis: program s. M iss B a rb a ra Price, Mias Q etesttoe S alm on: Interm ission. M iss lilaiy J a n e S hearer, M iss Jo a n L ln d e n - m an-decorations, Mlsa Norm a Dickey. W u L ucile T hom aa; punch. M iss J e a n P a rk er, M ias J o a n W ilson. O th e r m em bers of th e c lu b a re M iss LeNanl. B arnes, M iss L eath ce Bel], M lsa V irginia Cam pbeu, Miss M ary Coughlin. M iss B e th C ryder. M U s Alice O ee, M iss Alice H arral. M Isi O w en H eu recht, M lsa B a rb a ra R a n d all, M iss M idge R obertson. M iss J u lta A nn R yan. M iss D oris A nn Sherw ood, M iss E rm a Lee S k in n er. M iss H llm a Sw eet, M iss H elen T in k e r, Miaa G race W egener. Mias JuU ene W erner. M ias M arilyn B rooks, Mlsa Bobby J e a n D ouglass. Mlsa BeUy E dm ondson, Mlaa M a rg a re t P ra d e r, M iss D orothy H alp ln. M iss P h y liu H a rt. Mlaa S hirley H ay es. M iss M arilyn H elnrloh, Mias H elen H IU, M isa M arjorie K U t, W u J u n e Hoops. A mong a n t> M e n b cra Miss D orothy H udson. Mlaa Betty. Jacky, M lls.jh y lu s K im ble, M lsa B e tty K lm es, MUis K ath lee n K ing. MUs M ary RuU i K ing, Mlaa DoroU iy K rengel. Miss A nn P a rry, M lsa M a r g a re t R ym an a n d Mlsa C arm en V asquei. P unch girls to n ig h t w ill b<) Yvonne McBride, Donna Jean Platt. JwUen* W w ley. C herry B utler, G loria Burgess and Shirley Bohw endim an. Jerome Jaycees Frolic at Dance JE R O M E. D ee. 90 (SpeeU D T h e a n n u a l C hrlstoias p a rty a n d din n er f o r all Jerom e Ju n io r O ham b.-r of Oommeroe m em bw e. Ja y o ettea, atwl U ielr house guests a n d frien d s w as held F rid a y evening a t th e W ood cafe banquet room. A pproxim ately were present. - A t u r k d in n e r w as served p reoeding th e danoa. I _ T h e room s w ere decorated w ith i holly, a n d o th e r O hrlatm as greena, a n d a large decorated C h rlitm a s tree provided a feiu ve a ir to U>e apa- clous room. A host of brlfhuy colore d balloons also used. O om m lttees in oiiarga o f U» p a rty it\pluded m em bere of th e Ja y -. cess, R a lp h D u an, B ob C onnor, a n d J o h n H osm an; fo r th e JhjroettM, a n. LeRoy A. P ra sle r, M r*. W. V. O U ji and M r l r e n j«..n e h e r. Junior Auxiliary Elects Monta Cook or U» Annrtoui u. Ion. > 4, nlmuni l u l m tk. and > I I S K w m U n. J u n g. Bm. b a t u A n- At Home Given By Marquardsens B O K U >ec. W App ro x lm a telr 70 guests caued l u t week. t«hodorrur. and M n..k T. - kejey, C «U f, w ho a re visiting a t th e c o u n try hom e of h is p a re n ts. M r. a n d M rs. P. O. M arquardsen durin g th e holidays. G u to fto w n guests Included M r. a n d M rs. E arl BolU, M r. a n d M rs. W ayne H udelson, M r. a n d M rs. U w «ren c e V an R iper a n d M rs. Jo h n N ason, all of Gooding. M r. a n d M rs. H a rry E aton, D r. and M rs. j. H. M urphy, T w in PalU, a n d th e ir house guesu, M n. Jo h n son a n d M rs. C harm an. T h e B u h l R o tary q u a rte t gave 1 Inform al p rogram a n d J. 0. Jacobsen, form erly of B uhl, favored th e group w ith a solo. T h e b u ffe t U b le w as centered w ith a charm ing w in ter scene and th e ChrlsUnaa th e m e waa carried th ro u g h o u t w ith, e v e iire e n s and C hristm as tapers. ««V Christian Church Presents Program JERO M E. Deo. 30 (8 p e c la l)~ n te Jerom e C hristian c h u rc h held Its a n n u a l C iirlstm aa program recently. T h e church waa decorated w ith Y uleude decorations. R ecltau otu were given by Jo a n n e R lgney, E laine Cecil, D oris P taszler, Calendar T w in P alu G ran g a w ill m eet a t «p. m. today a t U>e O dd Psilow i h a ll Instead of W edneeday. w hich U New Y ears eve. W «, B oard o f conuol o f Uie T w en- U sth C entury club w»l m eet P rla t 10 lu m. a t th e hom e of M rs. H. L. H ogm tt, 3S0 SeveiUh avenue n o rth,. * L ucky T w elve club m «mb«r«will? e n te rta in (h eir iiusbanda ac a *? m. pot-luok d in n e r a n d New e a rs eve wamih p a rty W«Onesoay a t th e hom e of M r. nod M rs. J. b. St*at4. P u t M atrons-«iub m a iu n f h u b te o p o i t p Q u fltu F rid a y. Ja n. 9. u s «o f m o proxim ity to th e U d y i o f r n u l a r mm U ng Ja n. a. Mr*. Km m a Jonea «1U be hoeteas a t h e r hoaw on atoooa avenue n o rth. Additional Social Page Eleven IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIM FLLS. IDAHO They faceted Gnests at Snow Festival L eased by tb e e a ra e ra a s tb ty aw aited I h t a rrir*! of guesu Ia s i tkigl a t th e O.A.O. D ancing clubs houday form al w ere m em bers o f th e host com m ittee. S eated a re Mr. a n d M rs. T om F. Alworlb. chairm en, a n d kneeling before th e sparu ing sk a tin g flgnres a re D r. a n d M rs. F ra n k Around the Yule Tree at DeSales Dance; O raaped a b e a t a slivered C hristm as tree w hich w as ra d ia n t w ith blue and red llghta, a r e officers of th e D esales d a b a n d th e ir partner*, am ong Ihe 100 coaplcs attending a holiday dance lo r C atholic youth ef the soathem Idaho deanery last night at the Odd PcIIowr hall. Lett to right are Larry Selaya, secreta ry : M iss D orothy R etu nghaiue, Dob Nellsen, M iss M lldrrd AlBckey, Dnrley; O tto Florence, scrg e an t-a t- a rm s; Mias Jo a n L ec U lr. p reild en t; Miss B etty Ju n e G am brel, Francis H letfner, treaanrer. (Tlmea P h o to a n d E ngraving) \ 100Couples Attend Catholic Youth Dance 111 u netting of red, while uiul l)luu Hyml»ols, 100 attended the holiday sporlh daiico for Catholic youlli of tlie southern Idiiho deanery Insl night ul tlio Odd i>llo\vh liall, urnmged by the DeSales club of Twin KuIIh. High point of the ovcnin>f w u h a floor h Iio w p r c.s c n lc d Ity jw rc n u, M r. a n d M rs. Jo h n P. K ln- H ow ard P ra stle r. D arlene Warn* boldt, B etty W am boldt, D usne W erls, D onna C arrcll. L uella S)ilri> sou, Je rry Blackm an, G ladys B lackm an, Carol B orden, D oris H enage, older sludeiith of tiie Kenworthy-Stoddard HchooLof dam iiik. a n d A rtie H ensge. PatronH wore Mr. and Mrs. Joo LcClnir, Mr. and llany 8 o l«were sung by E u g e n Cecil, O Halloran, Mr. and Mrs. Roh- Buddy Carrell and Eddie Btockton. Iw o rtuew were sung by E lm lna erl McDonald and Mrw. Francis G. Kleffnor. Mr. Klcffner, Wuyiifl K rnw orlhy wiih npy. P ra sle r aitd R oberta Claiborne. "B U r oi Uie E ast" was sung by who Ih out of town on UuhI- crrunionlca for th o floor hji which R uby W olfenbarger a n d M ary W are. nesh, was not able to attend. wiui prcmiucil followliik u wil M rs. R alph Shaw ver waa th e accom. sjw rcli liy MIm Jow i LrCluh, paiilst. Father Harry Ackerman, club i)rr.il( piil. A sh o rt play w as p u t on by ittha. advlhor, was also a danco n o tly A l»ii»a and Dclon- Coiilfollow ing: Viva U e N ance, Wesley Lesley putron. well iiroaeiiud a tuniio tiip; Ilntmlo Ross, SvereU Cecil, C arm en P ra s- Guests were present from Ru )crt, V on AILeo givve T lin Tlnin 1 sier, Helen Wamboldt, Gladys Blackm a n, O tarabow Deall. D urley, B uhl, Jero m e a n d Declo. Suw Purls," u BOhg hiui T n iu Ii niti- Also a tten d m g w ere Mlsa D oim a cai) niim brr, und Dotiiiu Y diini....a and Lee W erts. Leo T robrldge, Boise, stu d e n t u l Bt. f la n U Claus apiw ared w ith welldniicod a n iirrobiiuo whiix. niercaa s academ y th e re, who In u f l ed stocking tre a ts fo r all U>e n o tly A lnutcl n e x t pirm -ntrd children. liollday gue&t a t Uio Itom* o{ her l l w o H l)n Bunio OhiinK<- < Muito, untho uiid ount, M r. a n d Mrfl. A. 0. H song a n d cinnco sketcii, nml I.iu-Mle Carter, luid Mlsa Pultli Kinney, nui< l>uii(iclon nml 81ilrl«y »f- <1ent a t Bt. M ary-of-uie>w aanlch, S a lt L ake City, w ho Is visiting lior frred "Wo G o W ell ToHollii-r," tiorig unil danco. l l i u luiyuiiii itockou, liitrihlikud S o k e n r e g u la r ly L y d ia P In k h o m a T a b le ts h e lp b utlil u p n ila t«n c e to lu c h an n o y in g s y m p to m s t h a t m a y b e t r a y y m r Bga f a ite r t o i j t h l p g.. s e n t o l l e v e m o l y o ia m p g. r o l l o b e i d ire o > i U o n «;W R T li T O Y I N a i 5. McAtce. S tan d in g, le ft to rig h t, a re C nrtu Caton, M rs. E ato n. M rs. Gordon D ay. M r. D ay. M n. T h o m as C. Peavey and Mr. Peavegr. D r. and B ln. D ean H. A ffleck, o th e r m em bers of th e committee, w ere n o t present when the pictnre waa taken. (Times Photo and Engraving) by B ctto Ju n e T a n. KlnKlng "Cltat- (nnoobii C hoo-choo, nave a dunce. M embers of llio g roup w ere Griw.vn Crowley, Dorl«.Je a n C fow ky and titilrlcy WII.H011. All of th e dnnrer.i w ore new c lumts. Pinochle P arty. For Gem Staters firm Htuto Btudy ruib inrajhors will rn tcrta ln. tliolr liusbnncis a t n lilnochlo piirly today iit 8 i>, m. nt Uin liome nf M rs. Z clplia U ucolii, Iie(rc.ihm ents will be sprvrd late In (hr evening, and Chrlijtinas m o tifs will be featu red in th e d rco ra- Umin. Ilve (ul)lrs will bo orrnnkcd for tho ra rd gomes. Sattsfactioti! BLUE BLAZE G O A L U Y D R d O C S A N B D Vet. IVi Wai»w*r WARBERG BROTHERS Phone 246 U Co m Na M in t V W. S. a s. Presents Original Pageant KIM BEIUiY, Dec, 30 (Speclall "A WhlU) ChrlsUnas," a n- original p ageant planned (uid road by M rs. V an Houten,- was presented a t a m eeting of the W.8.C.8. a t th e hom e of M rs. R. H. D enton lost week. M rs. A. A. Arnold sang carols w hich followed the p a g ea n t them e. Tho.<ie taking p a rt were M rs. P rita H acker, M n. F raiik T h lc ttc n. M rs. H ugh Sanderson, Mrs. C arl m nerson, M rs. G eorge CrOTtser. M rs. R a lp h B anning, M rs. S. D. T rclreo. M rs. B. A tkinson. Mrs. B. W alter ond M rs. O. M cclenney. M rs. Evelyn T ate. reu rlng p resident, presided at Uie business meeting. O fncefs electcd w ere M rs. T h lc ttc n, president: M rs. R. W. T eague, second vice-president; M iss E lzlna Ray. third v lc e-im sld en t:. M rs. H arvey Wood, se cretary ; M rs. R. H. D enton, treasurer; M rs. E velyn T a te, secretary of U leraturo a n d publication. M rs. Pred Dodd.<i. M iss R ay a n d Mrs. B. potter acted as co-hostesses. Skeem Orchestra Gets Sun Valley Engagementi\ Wayne Skem, Buhl dance orchestra leader, has bam selted to direct musicar entertainment for guests of the. Cafe Continental at Sun-Valley New Year s eve, in < tion with the interkjollcgiate ski meet being held t week. The offer waa extended to Wayne as the result c ation given to the management of Sun Valley Wayne s recent success with a group of college musicians at Brigham Young university. MenOoera ol the.w ayne Skeem orc h e stra h a d sc a tte re d for holiday visits, a n d Skeem waa obliged to r o u n d th em up th ro u g h telegram s a n d long d istance calls. By to n ig h t all m em bers of the m usical group will b e assem bled In T w in Palls. Personnel Includes Vaughn Evans. Id a h o Palls, p ia n o ; R ay Skeem, B uhl, bass; G ene H ull. Tw in Palls, dcuins; W inston Seegm lller, Cedar C lly, U ta h, B a lla rd C hrktenscn. Delta. Utah, and Hal Lund. Modena, U ta h, saxophone; W ayne Wteem, B uhl, tou m p e t; M oyle D orlus. D elta, tru m p e t: Bob E vans, Los Angeles. George Keen Wed To Inez Sellman BU RLEY. Dec. 30 (8 p e c la l)-o f In te re st to B urley residents Is the a n n o u n ce m en t of th e m arriage of M iss In ez ellm an, d a u g h te r of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bellman, Glenns Ferry. to G eorge K een, son of D r. and M rs. G eorge E. K een, Burley. nie wedding was solemnised Sept. i in A m erican Palls, w ith Rev. T. O. Hall of the MethodUt church readin g th e cerem ony, a t his hom e. T he b rid e h a s been em ployed In Burley, a n d th e bridegroom is associated 47th Anhiver Party Arranged : a ry of Mr.- a n d M rs:*! Busby, a houday p a rty w as t l t c a last week a t th e hom e o f ttw jp daughter, Mrs. H arold D ow ning Mrs. Downing and Mrs. KInar t P olnsettlas a n d red a n d green candles decorated the u b le for dinner. G ifts were presented to M n. Busby, w hen h e r h.uband w as t i f i tb e room, th a gifts-w ere pij hu clothes «n d C hristm as P - r - was w rapped a round h im. H a w ai then presented to M rs. B usby a s a : C hristm as gift. A lte r th e presentation. spent the afternoon at cards. Guests < Included Mr. an d M rs. W ade BbMXO,Xi Filer, M r. and M rs. P a u l M ln tan y e r * and daughters. Mlaa G lendora BUs>., by. Mlaa B etty Busbv, P hyllis Down*. Ing, B a rb ara D owning, BIU WUMO. H arold Downing, E ln a r D ah l. M lebel Lee D ahl. Jlm m le 6 h a rp,.m r. a i 4 M rs. Dick C btron a n d son, M r. a n d Mrs. W ayne Van G undy a n d With th e W estern A uto 6 un»ly «pany here., T h e couple sp e n t th e hou days/j w ith th e brides p a re n ts in Glenna-: P e rry, a n d wlu eatabu ab a h a n t.i here. CLOSING o u t All America Made -CHINA-~ That is no longer available These are patterns we can no longer get Also have somie REAL SPECIALS in GLASSWARE DIAMOND HbW E; A Wonderful Season...for those physically fit to enjoy Did you ever sto p to rcuilio one m u st K ou iallyfrtl good to enjoy w in ter, th a t eold wpauier la a ronl t «t o f your physical condition a n d reslsu ncet p e riisp s you "h a te to see w ln U r coroe and as a m u lt miss m ost of the enjoym ent of a w onderful seoson. V ery often ones Inability to " sta n d th e cold is m erely a lack of v itality w hich in m any Intlances m ay bo b u ilt up m uch more easily, th a n you realise. I n E n - nohed" BU TTBR -K RU BT B re ad th e re are added c ertain v ital elem ents rec -, oinmended by H lence for Ju st such, purpose. No w U ier, no Inconvenience a t ill. These necessary vltam ina a n d m inerals are Included In every loaf of B U lifu t-k R U B T. ready fo r easy consurtptlon, W liy n o t try e a tin g m ore Enriched D U TTER K R U S T t Y ou moy be gratified w ith th e beneficial results, V Enjoy Every Season of the Health. ;;Ekit More B U

6 l;pago Six. IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN_EALLS, IDAHO BlackJEteadlines Dom inie Revie«for 1941 z.ii!drn MIL SEMES RUFEEtT. Ik e. to (B ptew ) n e r tl a errlcw w e n.e o o d u «t > ln.tb e L J ). cbuk b a t A sbtoo Ifo n O tli a fternoon. Deo. 39. fo r Z u b a r l u B ardjr w bo died h e n O hru tm M d a y a t ttw borne o f h b aon. H a ro ld B trd jr. Mr. Hardy. In ill bealth for Ume. WM bom S e p t 94. IMe at U o r. t a n. u ta b, and haa bean a raddaat o f the U lnldoka project for ttaft paat elgbtaen rear*. T h e body w a by th e O o o d m a a to n w here b u rial v iu. be In th e A a h tm e e s e ta r y b e d d e M rt..h a rd y who died le re r a l years a to.. U r. H ard y ta survired. by fire a o u i H arold Hardy and Leiel Hardy, R u p e rt; L ester H ardy, Pearl, h a rb o r, T i l. : L aurenoe H ardy,, O heatar. Id a h o ; a n d R m 4. H ardy, B alt L ak a O ily; a n d tw o dau g h ters. M rs. R ita H ard y Jo h an n eso n a n d.i m..u a ry Two words from the headunes found in the Evening.Times during? 1941 stand out above all others. They are **war and Watce." War stands out because despite what dse affected the Magic Valley s realdents during the year» that one word will affect them all In years to come. Wake stands out because.more than 100 youths and men from this s tlo n were on that island as construction workers when the Japs, took it over. One from this section is known to have lost his llfe»fate of the others is unknown. (Times Photo and Ehgraving) Here s Twin Falls Summary for 1941 (F n a P u«om ) tio e th e bonds were tu rn ed dow n by th e -v o to T...- O n Ju n e 34 th e Tw in F a llsp o lic e m ailed in a n applleau oi fo r settin g up a tw o-vsy police radio, here. I t is now In operauon a n d soon aher* HIS o fn ce n wlu se t Uie b e n efit of th e setup. A t Oakley s famous O lty of R ecks oh Aug. 3 Miss MarUyn Clark, Oakley,.was selected u ueen In a b «th ing, beauty contest In w hich n e arly 100 liartlelpau d. On Aug. 9 th e Tlm es-new s "h o s- plu U ty girl" started h e r ro u n d s to aid to u rlstrth ro u g b th is seetlon and.on Aug. 34 Uie D. A. V. dedlcau d a " m em orial in th e T w in r a il s city park. T h e an n u sl Twin F alls style show w as staged Sept. 16. O n S e p t 16, a t long last, construe* tio n actually started on th e ro ad from Tw in Palls (city) to th e rim - to -rlm bridge. O n S e p t 3ft sponsors of a new In - AVIATION L am olne Stevena and Lionel A. Dean, both local pilots, In July dropp e d fish fro m a plane Into th e re m o te lakes In th e northern poruoo of the Maglo Valley. Ply in g m te re st boomed In Tw in F a lls. T w o flying clubs were form ed a t th e T w in F a llj airport and both a re active a t th is tim e. Total m em bership Is W and instructor-is Mayn a rd Craig. T h e B urley a lrp o ii was grttu y nproved d a rin g th e year and now Is th e bwv In th is entire section of Idaho. O n O c t 3 local and OoodIng rcsl- d e n u got a w ar taste aa bombing p la n es fro m th e Boise field staged maneuvers a t these two points. to sta rt extraction of m ercury from lava rock and on O ct. 30 h u ndreds flocked to the city fo r th e, s ta te I. O. O. F convention. O n Nov. 1 Ray J. Holmes took over the Job of president of th e T w in P a lls Chamber and on Nqv. 30 th e M aglo Valley celebrated T hanksglv- m g In a world a t war. POLITICAL O n June 19 the com m issioners of T w in Pails county organised a n d took th e oath of ofiioe. 0. B. U n d sey was named chairman. i n Tw in Falla, on A]vll i, m e city election resulted In neceesity fo r runoff elections for all p o a u open, a n d on April 33 Mayor Joe X o l e r w as returned to office as th e people w e n t to th e doiir. In moat oases over th e Maglo Valley th e Incum benu w ere returned, including O. o. V oel- ler, mayor a t Uiiltl, and U M. Zug, m ayor a t Jerome. SIDELIGHTS M r. and M n. K. A. Beverly, 313 R a n a g e alreel, became p aren U on J a n. 1 and their son waa th e first child bom In Iwin Falls this year. D im e Ja n. 0 and W. E. M axw ell, a prac tic al ou engineer, said th a t a f- 1 h e w as «ure O n <fan. 14 hundreds cotue to th e - a n n u al meeting of slockiiolders of th e T w in Falls Canal com pany a n d on Ja n. 33 a feature story from B ulil revm lm m a t O oone H offm an, of ** t eommunity, held th a f irst u n - Yortt oily. O n Vab. I a n»v«nlnf T lm ea atory ih, Followers o f Je su s jo n group particu larly th e P k a b o seouoa n e a r ballmd thai th e world Marob. n v k a d by (ha d e a th It! lea) o erdob. e ld - eounty a n d p ro tab ty H ew aanaw - r whan, d e a th. l«att«xm the U a tj a io a e a o d n atttmt- 1 May 14. oulom ua. SOCIAL b e rs.a n d guests of th e A. A. U. W. a t a U a a rra n g e d by th a Book Review g roup of th e c h a p ttf w ith Mrs. O a r th R «ld a s c h a lr m a a A pril 30 m em bers of th e 6. A. O. dancing club a rran g e d th e final event o f th e spring season in hooor of M rs. A. 8. O U bert, ch airm a n of th e board o f governors, a n d Mr. OUbert, who were movmg to Boise. M ay 19 in stallatio n of th e new o h a p tsr o f th e W om an of th e Moosa took place, w ith M rs. F re ld a Roberts a s r e g e n t. M ay w as n otable for th e guaai day lunch eo n o f Ute P a n h e lltn lo asso- clau on, w ith M rs. R a lp h W. Palm er as chairm an ; the annual May breakfa s t a n d InstallaU on of officers ol th e T w en tieth C en tu ry club. wlui M rs. L. E. H inton a s toastm aster, a n d th e a n n u a l ju n io r prom, "Fllr(a- U onw alk," h ig h lig h t of th e year for h i g h o o l stu d e n u. luve of Increased tension and As early aa F eb. 6, the new uen d In in te rests and projects of organisations was reflected when the Business a n d P rofessional Womens club resented M rs. D avid Simms, H ast-..igs, Neb., in a public address, followed by a reception. The chairm an of. the International relauons comm ittee of th e N au onal B. P. W. urged. T e a c h S panish In all of the schools of th e U nited S U tes; learn th e ir language a s well as the philosophy of th e people south of the e quator. If you w ould lav s the A m er- loai. N orth a n d S outh, from Uie Nasi forces th a t have changed Ute oonun- ent of lurope." C upid w en t on a wartim e basis as IM l progressed, a n d more and more girls becam e offloers wives as the drew to a elose, Socially Impor- were th e m any weddings of lato A ugust a n d early September, riv alling th e Ju n e m o n th as bridal fav orites. T liroughout tlie year, courtesies were arranged for brld«s-elool. N eed T w in P alls be reminded th a t R ublnoff, his vloun and U m pera- ment apjmared In concert here Jan: c h an g e in th e F a r Bast, waa the evacuation of A m ericans from the O rien t. D r. and M rs. H. W. Lampe a n d m em bers of th e ir family, evacuees fro m Ja p an u e -c o n tro U e d K orea. w ere house guests of Mr. and M rs. C. A. B alu y In July. E arly in Septem ber. Rev. and Mrs. X. L. Ik en b a rry a n d fam ily arrived In T w in F a lls, evaoueea from China, a n d rap id ly becam e absorbed into th e life of th e com m unity, appearing on num e ro u s program s of clubs o rg an liatlo n s. B e p t 11 five pare n t-t e ao h e r soolu on u n its A rranseil a recepuon to la u n ch an energeu c program of actlvlu as. and th e rjew a t. A, W. Morgan spoke on "The P.-T. A. During a N atlonbi crisis.* T e M ara D ancing club, comprued of M asona, E astern SU ra, ih slr liua- banda a n d wives, w as organised In th e fall, a n d conducted the first of a scries o f dances O o t IB. ExcUlns events of Uie holiday season were th e se v eral trad itto n a i YiileUde d ances o f cluba. atten d e d largely by Falla In larger numbers than at any of America. Idaho oamps, entertained U»e s ta te oonventlon; In O ctober T w in F alu O dd Fellows and R «. b ekahs w ere liosls to tlie sta te grand lodge a n d R ebekah assem bly, and th a t aanie m o n th th e IdatA W riters league held Ita a nnual oonferanoe h ere. All events were aocomintnled by num erous social activities. J a n. 39 Uie M. 1. A. annual Gold a n d Q re en bail, depicting the "dreai of youu>" proved the moat elaborate social ev en t of Uie year for U D. 8. groups. F ab. 10 Ascension Episcopal gulm Introduoad an Innovation at tha ann u a l V alenu na bridge tea. a spring fash io n show arranged by > lrs, EUs- abeu) B m ith.. Feb. 23 Uia Z eu E ta c h a p u r. A lpha JoU, was Instaliid w ith Uie nauonal E m m a i buslnau honwrary soro rlty,vlui Mrs. Flandro, Salt Lake City, tt- " r. as ipaclal guast March 8, th a Rural-tTrban kroup voted to sponsor the nuuition for dafansa program aa ouulned by Miss Uarlmi Hapworth, Moscow, suta taoma damonstntum leader, and In lha fau Uta Twin FaUs Home loo- launch a pro- Manh IT. tha major ealebrattcn of At, Fatrlakli day wu Uie Elks lodta dance, prooaeda being usad to hsp ditrajr exdmum of the Amertouilai l U t e oonvanuoq Juna rasa r ix T S? B W itter,. jp. previous December. SPO RTS J a n, l Dobby B l a tt SU nford. w ins B radley plnte a t n a tlo n sl In U roolieglau sk i m eet held a t Bui V alley. J a n.» F o rrest Tw ofood ousted as U nlveralty o f Id a h o basketball coach In flrat "cle an -u p " In V andal aut- letlo situ atio n. R ay J rcoin, 1040 {;»ot o f th e T w in F alls Cowboys, named m anager of 6pol(an«Indiana. J a n M e l W heeler, Buhl grid eoach, diea durin g h ig h school bask etball ta m e. J a n. l» -O o w b o y baseball organ Isation announeea purohaaa of Andy H a rrin g to n, fiery m a n ag e r of Boise Pilots. J a n. 37 T w o T w m F alls sportsm e n s olubs consolidate, form SouUi< e m Id a h o F lsli a n d G am e associa- Uon. Feb.,1 >ferome Jayceas win Goodin g o u tla w to u rn a m e n t K b. e - iro m a osplura orown. cage e Jiroma Ja Snake Valley Outlaw Fib. 1»--Ooodlng-C Qulntot wins Burley Blks OutUw toumamaot Feb, ai-o uy wioka named head baakethau oouh at Unlvirslty of Idaho. Maroh «>-neybum dafeau Shoshone hlih school for district Cla«B baakatball orown. BoUi Uams go to auu tournament Maroh Ifr-Oaklay oaplutvd du<...atau tourna. meni from ftla Ctaaa a dutrlct, ioon«with Oakley. March ia~fr»nolp Sohmldt, ax* Ohio BUte ooaeh, ehoaan as Unl> vnutgf ot Idaho irm nnkr iom icommander Tel] of 1st Sneak Attack Japs H ardy SmlUi-, R u p e rt W lui th a e x - cepuon of L ester H ardy, ail w era p rese n t a t: th a funaral R e d C r p s s W o rk, B o n d s In te r e s t H a n s e n C o u n c il HANSEN. Dee. SO <8pecial) TVo 136 defense bonds w era voted a t th e fw day a fu m o p n m aeu ng of th e W o m ens. C om m unity oouncll in th e e h u rc h.au d lto rlu m, preaided over by M rs. F ra n k TTunkey. M oney fo r tha; bonds wul be ta k e n fro m.tb a s tu d e n t loan fund. T h e council agreed to subm it t h a basem ent of th e church fo r th e H an * sen. Red CroM u n it acuvluea M ral W. o.- Bam paon rep o rte d on. t h l f p hase of th a worit in th e place oc M rs. Donalc) IMeta. c o n ta c t ch airm a n Xrom th e c o u n d l to th e Twin. F a lls chapter, who was absent M rs. J. H. C oulter introduced O olden R ule F oundatio n Projact,. * placing In th e h a n d s of m em bers globe banks, which are to be returne d a t E aster tim e w ith funds to be u a u for th e foundation. D evotlonals w ere le d by M rs. S tv a M lnnlch, T w in Falls; a member. M rs. W ill Ray, program o h a ltm a a; a n nounced A m a jea n B lerlns, w ho played a pia n o solo; D rothy M ae W isem an, a rea d in g ; a n d M rs. L. R. C a rte r a n d M ra. P. J. B se n h a u er. in.t 0«a num ber*, w ith M rs. C oulter av. th a piano. Urs. Ray gave a reading, followed by a patrlotio march, during wbloh mambera filed put the dask vtth m uch rejoicing a m o n g V andal. larch- it- r O u y W icks choaeoj head basketball eoaoh a t Univaralf of Id aho, a n d G eorge O re en e c. U w tsto n is n am ed athleuo director: Maroh s a - B u r le y w ln a - Glass A oham ptonahip of s ta te ; Shoshonri w ins su U C lass B UUe. M arch- 3»>>Ierom0 h ig h school b o n r e c a p tu re s ta te cham pionship in m e at held a t F iler. A pril S E lm ore H ag ler w in s su te nlnglea bow ling cham p io n a h lp a t s ta te to u rn a m e n t in P o c a tello ; K im bles Buper-S ervlce takee five-m in title. M ay 30 B urtey B obeata cap tu re d istric t baseball crow n. M ay T w ln F a lu B ru in s c ap tu re sta te, tra c k a n d field m e e t M ay 3» Id ah o fish in g season opens. Ju n o IS N ew t C a rte r. Boise, w ins sta te a m a te u r golf orow n.. July 9 O gden R e d s ru n victory strin g to IB stra ig h t before losing Pioneer league co n test, s e ttin g new record. ly 3 7 -A i t W alker. K lnlberly, scores "g ra n d slam ".victory in Invitational te n n is to u rn a m e n t a t Boise. Aug. 4 V erne R eynolds. P aul Plsoovlch s ta r as n o r th a ll- s ta n trim so u th e rn te a m m Pioneer lesgue e x tra v ag a n sa a t O gden. Score, ia.5. Aug. 10 E d O arry, Pocatello w ins tennis c ham pionahlp in an n u al south c e n tra l tourney. Aug. 3$.Joe H am ilto n a n d M rs. T. H. M urphy w in T lm es-n ew s hole- In-ena cham pionships. Aug. I I S hoshone annexee BCI O i«n work; T h ep ro g ra m eloeed w ith th e group singing o f "God B le u A m erica. A form el te a w as-served by th e hoetess com m ittee, C al R ill, M n, F ra n k B arohlu a n d M B ry a n H arris. M rs. Qoun«> a n d M n. T r u n - key poured a t th e silver service a t a lac«<covered U ble, from w hich holly,a b d patriou«ly decorated te a cakes w u e also serred. A NAVAL-AIB BTA -non. OAHU, D e o.s 0 (U A - lte e < ir of this air stsuoii anm m arlnd attlturif.tow a the Japeheee coeak. attatk today wlui the oonttient: **We «ls b they would coma back. He eald thla, etauon; like outei army a n d navy bases in Hawaii, now la as atroog. o r stronger than befom the JapaoM e attack. lh e in* no u t. h e aaid. ueed first-class, carrier-based aircraft - their puata appeared; well-trained. Bat h e la id. American puote a n d planes areauperlor. *t waa a beautlfuujr planned and -executed maneuver," he >sak), "If you d o a t believe In fighting oivmaed faahlom* The attaok began here between T:4A and 7;M a. m.. he aald. (Itie navy announced offloiauy. that the a tta t t on Pearl, harbor began at 7:65 aim.) T henght II Was Owa.PlanM 1 was a t hotoftthatsunday morning when r beard planes approaching and making «right turn toward the stauoa, he aakl. thougbi it w as. a carrier group, returning, but then I saw th» rlsl sun. I grabbed, m y p a n u and shirt aad thm ogh the station to headqualiera. ZSte.Oret attack consisted alm oit m urtit at strafing A ttem pted t o salvage th e ir I planea. T hen- th e Japaneeb re a b o u t I S fig h te rs a n d bom bers. T hey dropped i L bembe,«m ostly a ro u n d o n e b U f t r H h l c h w as dam aged aeverelyulnot beyond repair. M any bom ba w ere.a «p p e d W ith-.u t allo w in ce. t o r th e ir in d veloelty and drifted wtdfr W their* m ark, the b y,ia.p la B a e w hich approached in eehelon fo n n K tk n. t h e y used al- m e et e n tirely in cen d iary bullets w h ic h aatrted fires am ong cur p a rk e d ptanee.* H e said n o t m uch defense was org a n ised h a re a n d no planes from th is s ttu o n w h ic h b a s a only bom bersi.g d e taito Um a ir. Some p lan ea o o.p a tro l d u ty a t th e Ume sa w action. I h e f irst a tta c k w aa fouom d by a 39 m inute lull in which the pilots T h e a e e o o d a tta c k la ste d U to. U m lnutea. d u rin g w h ic h th e peraonnel. a tte m p te d to sa v e U ielr e quipm ent insteedof taking shelter. T h e re w ere 88 inchid* ig 18 d ead.. A su U o n physician, * u se o( sulfanilam ide w e d th e fatallu ee. r e a j j a p BUBU D ed 89 xapeeteo-tfofen for W m em bm a nd n e e ti laid m the A uron cafe dicing.m a r recently for th a K tw anli-aam al ChtistittM party., meitibir «f the Khranls ehib - bropjtfit.«ta r 4rbom be had adopted fo r.tte eve. n i a e Me tuest,.. 7- program, c h e i.b u n t voe«l eolee.by M n. E d ith o S lse a,; T N t e.m b ; a t t e o n ta n le d b y m s. s c n r l M t e. M ii. W. O. iw atta.fav e > t«o ttn s te a l readings h e r aoo, BO liw attg, ttuw e rea d lm a.v h k ih.b M lifd e d. a a s m n g m e n l e t used B w eral sh e lls w ith t stead o f bom bs. S h e lls usu a lly have heavier castnge th a n bom bs but th e ir explosive pow er g r e a t Iwe.Whig Ga I h e i r p lan es, h e said,, c arried tw o 30-m llu m eter w lnk guns. A w reck, ed p la n e show ed th e m v a d e ti ships were b u ilt o f lig h te r m a te ria l th a n Amerloan aireraft All tha!t appear- e d h e r e * based p Uke th e okl m i r t h A m erican t n t used by th e U n ite d e ta te e a n d th e w recked p la n e c arried a 14-eUnder onylwii almllai- (o U u W asp. T h e fig h te r plaitee b a d a n aoxl> liary g a s ta n k a tta c h e d to th e ir u n - d s n id e w hich could b e releeaed whvn I t em ptied, h e e a k t I h e wreck* e d p la n e w as a sin g le-sea te r Mlt> sublshl wlui» ste el propeller ttia t itly araa a oopy o f (h e A m er- I h e ccrn m a n d e t sa id i t carried m u c h ra d io e q u ip m en t a n d m any o f Ita in stru m e n ts w ere A m erieaa- m a d e w ith fe o tttsh le tte rk v. OECTIVEW TKMUn p r r r s B U R O R, D eo. so ( u a - IdentU led t e a deteou ve gtory msga* elne fan, a M ontana ranch hsad tod a y w a* to b e retu rn e d h a l t to face tr ia l f o r tw o 13-year-okl m o rd er» - o o e o f w h ic h dlsckised th a t th e vle- tim h td b e e n U vlnf v ith -tw o vives fo r ««r e th s n a y e a r before bu death- FoUce o ffic e n a t B ig lla b e r. M o n t. n o tifie d P ittsb u rg h police th e y h a d a rrested B U phen Mochan. a U e J a c k T hem peon, a WUmer- d in g m a n w tm h a d b e e n w crk b g as ranch h and in icontana iindsr the n a m e of F ra n k U l U e r M ocfaan w as indteted in m t charges of slsylng tw9 m sn In holdups in D ecem ber of H e was ch arg ed w ith tw o o th e r m en w ith slaying P a tric k C m lg, Jr.. o f Pittsbu rg h,. w hile C raig w as htm tlng in P a tto n (ow nship. I h e other two m en. T ony Ramoskj. o t P ltc a lm, a n d Jo h n M tkeer. of D etroit* a re serving life te rm e fo r th e ir p a r t In th e slftylng,.fl»moefcy c o n fa v ed " crim e a n d naom d th e o th e r tw o cause h k eonsoleaee h u rt* him. T h e o th e r slay in g, according to th e I n d ic tm e n t w as th a t p f D avid Q tu rtit te n n ih lp b ig a m ist S h e riff W alte r O sborne, o l Bweet~ -grass county. M o n t, s s ld M lu sr b a d been id e n tifie d by a detective g u o f magazine fan and a: tlgau on show ed th a t th e fln g erp rin U Of.M lu er. talu ed. J r l t h r i h. flc M ochan. M U ler w slv e x tr a d lu o n. KOEHLER B O O ffts C la R K A s JUDi&E M ayor Jo e K o eh ler U tday-ereeled h e h a d w ritte n a le tte r, to P tesi- d e n t Roosevelt ttrg tn g a m p lo tm e n t o f C3<nr. O h a iitf.iu.c lg tfc.w jk la h a fed e ra l Judge, euccetxung C. O. Ckv- onah, who is expected to resign. T h e m ayor, w ho note d In th e le t te r to th e P re sid e n t th a t h e w as a R epublican, Atrged a p p o ;.itm e n t of C lark "beoatw e h e 4 s Uie m a n for.u ie Jo b.- T Am An AmsrlewL* M n. Oorlese led tm beore t» dtaitliw--vmsm S r ts to.theytiong toeete.mm tilbttted by Vaaghn B b rlw, 8er* *1 AJbertstti nitd.h unt StenosGilled -T oa id U. DefeatEnmy W iuainovon, Dec. 88 duo - r Bhipe and tankh giiai- and.ali planes, a t«p*fugbt army- ahd. navy, ith lake theee t e. the war, but- ftm. take gii)e, too. The government breeki right down and admits U needs eome sten- s - honeet-to.g o o d n M stenogrsphers, not am> jw m win the war, fuae 1 (he w ar; now, the Amerl- - I o n fth a t It : to wld k. t h e i n i l t e d t u l( I f r n e t e s s i t f e r inserrloe eoo«ni - V friends or anyeoe..? Jba psv, a t th e. start, «Q1 be M U M a month. - RAD 1SB nubb WANT ADS. WRECKING SERVICE BAY PHONi Ninr riiomill U B e a r S e league baaeball diam p lo n ah lp. S e p t lo -ll-ia -ls R ecord crow ds fiee g rea tea t-t w ln F a lls county fair rodeo a t Filer. S e p t O o e... Falls m unldlpel golf course h a n d i cap tournam ent. Nov. 11 B urley cllnchm Big Bevcii foou)ail chsm plonslilp by trim m ing R u p e rt 16-0; P oostello In d ia n s r e ta in n ig Six orown, T w in F a lls second. Nov. 38 Shoshone captures southern Id a h o C lsss D grid c h a m o n - ahlp w ith 36-7 victory over Declo In n o rth -so u th play -o ff. Dec. 1 O rg a n lsa U o n com plete of Ig Seven conference to sponsor full a th letic p rogram wlui team s from Burley. R u p e r t F iler. Buhl. Jerom e, O akley a n d O ooding oom- In suoh s p o r u a s b a i I, Uaok a n d basm au. Grangers Hold Gift Exchange and Party jm o M K, DM, w.:;p M u n M em bers a n d guests of A ppleton O range enjoyed th e a n n u a l C iirlat- m as p a rty a n d g ift exchange l u t week. T h e program w as opened w ith singing by B srb a ra D ell, M ary V an - dehel, D arlene H enderson. DorU H opper, R u th M eyers a n d R om a K lnger. M rs. Rex, H enderson gave a read* Ing, follow ed by th e g irls w ho sang. T i Im O arot M ilter also gave a reading followed by a H lecu on by Evelyn MUler. Gooding Unit Plana For Birthday Ball O O O D IN G. Deo. 10 ( S p e d a U - F o r G ooding oounly o&»pter of th e na* Uona) In fa n tile p a n i l foundation, officers and direotdra m et l u t week be held Jan. M. M. A. county ohatrman, WMlded. ooam iu m war* Bherman Swenson, o r t r a and hau] MerrtU d e e,; advefitwog; WtllUm 2 K.»» r «! r G S T p S e n e f w e Listerine Treatment fights Infectious Dandruff 76% Improved in ClinM Test I f you sre troubled with (he }nr«ct(ouf klnj of dsndruft, give Ultstine Antiisptlc a chsnce to prove how he1pful.it csn be,., how cjuickly ir.. how freah) clesn. snd invigorsted it makta i r scalp feel. UKra sverywhere scclslm id The tresiment ia sa essy ss it is delightful. Juit dome ihe Kslp. morning and night, with full strength Liiurine AntiMptic tne asme Liaterine Antinptic that hsabeen famous for more thsn 50 yasn ss s mouth wsah snd gsrgle. Massage hair and sw ip vigorously snd per- siitentw. In ciln(cskteate, dandruff lufferera were ashted to And that thie treatment b n u t rapid improvement in moet cseea. K IIU M l h u * Dindiuff i. oton inrktku,. omiani germs: When you ire tultertni from this... lion, Lieterine Ahtiseptie b especially fined to aid yeu. le gives the scalii and hair a cooling #nd Inviioratl intlseptiebm h... kills count.. km fs m s aseodattd iritbiafectloms including pjtyroiporum ovsle. lh a strsiige bottls hscillus IB rtcognixed by msny out- atsndint dsndniff apecialiats as s csuastive sgent 0? infsctious dsndruff. TmM Skcwad 76% B tn tfiu i Rabbits inoculated with Pityrospomm ovale developed tyjrfeal dandruff symptoms which diisppesred shortly sfter being treated with Listerine Antiseptic daily. And In clinical tests on men snd wopien, 76% of the diodniff euffersn who used listerine An- tikptlc snd mtsaa s twice e day showed complete diisppurahos o(or msrkcd iibprovement in the symptorhs of dsndfuff within JO days. M y, U u i M M n * A n t it t p t k If you ere ttoubw with datidruff, don t n nlsct whatmkvbeareslinfeccion.stpit with Listerine demonaintjts ue»fu)nen h a subitantlal majtirit* test caaee. Laipbert Phrmacal dandruff, Compaiyr, A, leuu, M t. condh THE TREATMENT.. J K T i s m fu /iriii M T m

7 "TuM dw SO. 1941» IDAHO EN D IN G TIMES, TWIN FALLS. IDAHO. Personals and Other Items From A ll Parts of Magic Valley T B U P E B T ~ llr. sad H n. X nin JoO. Xugeoe, O r*, who «p«at Gbrlrtmai m k imtt with Ur. JoQi lu ia, M ri. WU- M r B«U, Mid tamur U ft FWd*y ler tbdr hoew lb lugane, On. U n. A rthur W«N). YukJin*. W M h, tl ft bolklay tb«hoow of bcr brother, Ptayil Schow. ani t m - DoosUft Bchcnr.. to«uc»l eta* d«at a t FortlMKl snd lo a ot Mr. snd M n. n o y d Sehov. it also ft fuest-at the 8ebew home. Bln. R. P. H * l«. Balt Lftke Mty. 1 i n n m g Xb* h O B d m w ith on. Z. O florce N e l w n, f a m l A a w «Jt (0 M ontpellar I t j m d a y to peod th * Tre*k-«Ml w ith» l a t l R a r. A lbert B. T v n i t, p«*t<* of th e Vwil U eth o d lat ch u rc h, ad> dreamd th e R u p e rt R o t W ednm day a t lu n o c a m e etln t. O rotip slngln* w llh M in B oberto CuDey a t th e p la ao, coatimnt Ohiltfou >" day for her home.,-, v b ltl r ftod to u li Runyon, Ttalwrelty of Jdaho m - rlted fr«n Moeoow the of J h e w e to Bpend the houdaya wim their p a r e n t Mr. and I t a. R. A. Whitley and Mr. and Mrt. O. * -. - a R u th A n n itro o c. te a c h e r in till OdttOcB. Idaho. h l«h school, if gpending th e holidays w ith h e r p a r* e nts. M r. a o d M n. R ay D. A rm - stro > Aa a courtesy to th e ir dau(cht«r, M in E lisabeth U. Jo hnson, ho m e lo r th e hou dayi., a n d to th e ir h ouse gu«et. M a tt. J(Ainsoo. M cc all. D r. a n d M rs. A. K. Joh n so n e n te rta in e d w ith a n in ro rm al p a rty T u esd ay evening. M r. a n d M n. J. A. G ra n t * n d chd dren, J d m. tn o. I re n e a n d Ro< m onft le f t reoently fo r S tan fie ld. O re.. w h ere th e y wiu m a k e th e ir u re a u W e d d in g L ic e n s e s BURLBT, Dee. M (flpeelal) T tae holiday season proved, to be a busy ooe f e r th e clerks In th e m a rrla c e Ueense bureau of C assia e o u n re> corders ofuce, w hen e ig h t couples applied for licenses to # e d. T hey, were Dee R ex B ingham. 20. tsa B «uie m a t TSnslsy. 20. bou i ox Burley, Dec. 22; Iv a r E m anuel 01> sen, SI. Seaside. O n., a n d S y lv ia B. B in h, aa, Burley. Dec. 2S; S l i e s t W. Pyle. Jr., Burley, a n d M ary J e a n M oncur. M. H eybum. D ec. M-. 8. O randell D unn, 23, a n d M a rjo rie MoAlUiter. 18. R upert, Dec. 24; Ber> neu B. K ennlngton. 34, a n d J u lia Ja y n e auilw ell. 34. b o th of B urley. Doc. 34; Jam es H. Q rlm m, 3«, a n d A da H all. 31. both of T w in F alls, Dec. 34; Dee EUason, M. a n d L ou Anderson. 31, both of sto n e, Id a h o, Dec. 26: and Fred K nopp, 30. P a u l, a n d DolUe W elm er. 34. B u iley. on Dec. M. Pred K nopp a n d DoUle W elm er w ere m arried Dec. 26 by Ju d g e H«n> ry W. T ucker, w ith - W alte r a n d m a n a K n u s a s vttnesm s. Xvar S. O lsoo a n d Sylvia. B irch w ere m ar* rled on Dec. 34 by Judge T ucker, a n d a Orandell Dunn and Marjorie Mc A llister were m arried th e sam e day r Judge T ucker, w tth C ilfford L. l e n d A. C. E dw ards w itnessing M ilton Powelj a n d A lene O arriso n, both of Burley, w ere m a rrie d D k. 33 by Rev. Alvin U K le in fe ld t ol th e ChrUU&n church, a o d Ju d g e T ucker otflcu tm a t th e Dec.- 24 wedding of Jam es H. O rlm m and Ada HaU, both of Twin Palls. _ x OUbert a t. CUIr and daughter. K athiyn Jane, irtw have been guests of M n. 8 t Clairs parents. Mr. and M n. R. A. Baker; left last W week for Otrmpla. Washn to Join Weut. St. Olalp, irtio Is MaUoned there. - M lin to " W W U n g Itft last week for Lon*. fleaelu Calif., to spend the bolld*ys. Jasper Nutting, teacher in the SvmelU. Idaho. ty stm. a i - rlv«d Wednesday to spend the houdays wltb M s mother. M n. 8 m n a MutttDff and fkmily. Mr. Mid M n. Mavrice WUlls tn d uaa. lc a a tle e..} r...d e B m r a a d - m and Mrs. Byron F e U o n Ogden, TJtah, arrived Wednesday to spend the holidays w ith M n. Lynn V. C arpenter, and family. M it. Eeertettft Wadsworth, who has been a guest of M n. Sadie H ardy and Mr*. Susie McCloy, retumed this week to her heme In BUek- foot. Met. Anna LaRu«le it th is wmk for. O hlow o.vher* she wiu spend th l hetidayfl with her granddaukh- ter. iita. CM em Ross, n ti farnoy; M J e liflw n, who was a t house cueit «f Dr. A S. J i... S Me U r. and Mrs. Harris TUley and M r. and Mrt. Joe TTrrlolo and daugh- fk e r, Myrle, left Christmas day for th elr honm to» ko. Nev. Mr. aad U rt. W alter Brown and daughter, Sharon, Portland, Ore.. who had been guests of Dr. A. E Johnson, and. family, left Wednee day for HtiMr. Utah, to spend a fow dan with relauves before their return to Portland. Mf. and M n. o. R. Carlson «td daughter, LMna Mae, arrived thu week ftma Loe Angles: Calif. A e y a n h a j r guests of Robert Oarl- e n u d i d M r s. a. _, for Ocrona. Calif.., the wlntar. -_r. and Mr*. W..W. Coons of Lewlst«R are holiday gueite of l«r. Ooons* brother, BIdne Ooons. and fmuly, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ragman re- tum sd PrWsar from Elko, Kev.. where t spent Chrlstmae with Mr. H ifn a a parents. HANSEN A M r. u d U n. J o h n H tw ii, a n i u., Wksh., ipeotmyeral-days d u g (he holld tn 4( the home of her parents, Mr. and M n. Bob Bean. Mr. N«lrel U la national defense «ork nmr Seattle. MlH Captoua B n v o Kttahum, is spending the holiday vaoatlon with her mother. i t? aad Mrs. WUUtm HoUifield» «r» S is f S K f J 3.6. S f e i S 5 i p S S S r «5 Mrs. A. P. M U m ir,. ft brother and atster-ln-lavi Mr. and K ts. AMh«M u rm. u A woton ttoo w r an d s k te r -la i Mr..«nd Mrs. Doiph HM family of O areaee Bwlow, and M r. Mrs. vtrtu BaU w art J j M t o a s dliwer guaste of Mra. MU. M m Leonard. Twin Mr. and Ilia. Qxvai OfttUoc. J e r. «me, *on-ln*l«w and daughter of M r. and M n. William R e l d. ware M lday (ueeu a t th«h M of h fr <U ot Kc, u l un. uut r on OhrWaiM Ovt mro Mr. r. M rra tk l M l*. I «W. HOUylSTER M r. a o d M n. J. O. V eit a n d fa m ily sp e n t C brlstm as dsy w ith th e ir >n. Bill, a n d fam ily in Jerom e, O racle D odd, BolM, is spending C h ristm as w ith h e r parents, M r. a n d M n. P ra n k Lotier. She le ft P rld a y t o r -W asblngton, D. to W e s tfie ld M a tro n P a id L a s t H o n o r JE R Q U E, D ec. ao preesive trlb u to w as accorded M n. R ay D ellinger. W esttleld ptooeer resident, a t l a r g attended funeral recently w u th e ir daughter, V eda M ontooth, T w in Palls. T h eir son, E lto n W ilson, yaklm a. W ash-. expected to arrive in a few days. M n. W arre n Choat. B rem erton. W ash., arriv e d la st week to spend a few d a y s w ith h e r parents. Mr. a n d M n. M. P. Corak. and fam ila M iss H elen Corak, student a t Ah blon State Normal school, is spendin g th e holidays w ith h e r p a re n ts, M r. a n d M n. M. P. Oorak. M r. a n d M n. E. H. Berry a n d O lendon. and M n. Mary Claudtn a t ten d ed a fam ily C brisu nu d in n e r a t th e G uy R itch ie hom e n e a r PU er. services a t th e Jero m e I ch u rc h. W e d n e a d. In te rm e n t was In Je ro m e c e m t f t, u n d o th e dl- re c u o n o f th e W iley f ijn ira l heme. O ffic ia tin g w as R ev.. Charles Horejs, m inister of the EMERSON : Mr. a n d M rs. C h a rle s R oberto a n d tw o children, of P e a th m U le. M spending th e w ln t«r w ith hex m o th - -. M n. Ionor OlayvUle. M r. a n d M ra. Ira T. Short a n d daughters. E llen a n d <M a rg a re t, ao- < [m n le d by th e ir ton. Q le s. who l>as served a tw o -y e n m issio n in Texas for th e L D S churoh, r e tu m e d hom e recently fro m P o r t W o rth. Tex. Mrs. In es E rickson. L o g an, nleoe of M n. Olen Arthur, has been visitin g a t th e A rth u r hom e th e p a s t two wedts. M r- and M n. U soorob. S c hreck. W ashington, a re h e re V isiting h is parenu, Mr. a n d M ra. E. B. S c hrock. Mr. and M n rlrrta C rty th ern to A fam ily moved th e p ast w e t t to a f a r m south of Springdale. M r. a n d M n. Welcome Pollard a n d b a r m other. M n. T h o o a s, le ft la s t w eek for Pendleton. O n. t o spend th e C hristm as holidays. M rs. T h o m a s h as been visiting a t th e h o m e of h e r daughter h e n. b u t will n o t n t u m w ith them. M r. a n d M n. R. X. CorUas ac com panied M n. N an Locander and aoqb. a a d R ltk. of P a u l. PAUL eastleford E a rl H e id tl,ent ol schoou a t M idvale, M n. H eldel a n d their two sons are spending th e holidays a t ihe hom e of h is p a re n ts. M r. and M rs. J. J. HeideL Miss Marjorie Schlake. home econom ics teacher in th e F iler h ig h h e r parent Schlakc.. an d M n. Julius.. M iss B e lra.b lsrk h im. to a ch a r * t N orth Pork. Nev., is spending th e holidays a t th e hom e of h e r p a re n ts, M r. and M n. M orley B lackham. M iss-d oris skeem. d a u g h te r of M r. and Mrs. 0. S. Skeem ; U, hom e for the holidays. M n. LlUle Qulg. Id ah o City, a r rived thisw eek fo r a visit w ith.h e r daughter. M n.,fr»ncu E U lalt, a n d grandson, George.Elliott Miss OUve Jensen, V allejo, C alif., is spending th e hou days.at th e hom e of h e r sister. M n. B ira m P ry a n d fam ily. Ja sp er NuttUig. su p e rin te n d e n t of schools a t JuU etu. U sp ending th e holidays a t th e hom e of his m o th e r. M rs. S erena N utting, a n d su ter, M l«b e rth a NutUng. M r. and M n. Lyle W orthington. M r. sn d P a u l N eum ann. D onald rttu m a n n. M r. a n d M ri. J im n u m p s o n and son. M r. a n d M rs. O ra d y S U n g a n d d a u g h ter, all of R io n h io, Nev.. a re spending th e holidays w ith n U U ra s h e n. U r. a n d M n. H erm a n X astarday a n d fam ily are spending th e hou T in N ebraska..iss. Blaine K inyon. R u p e rt. U - guest o t h er parenu. M r. a n d M rs. B. A. KlnyoQ. HEYBUBN } M r. and M n. H aynea Jensen fam ily, S a lt Lake City, w ere gi C hristm as of M n. I d a Croft. M iss M axine M aughn. w ho haa been attending business school in BoUe. U spending th e vaoau on a t th e hem e of her p aren U, M r. a n d M. C het M au in. M r. and Mrs. iujon S U n tteld a n d i u «l j e n. w e n vialtlnif h e re William* Moore, w ho h aa b e e n... ployed in Wyomini. vutted here last Clyde M anning le it recently fo r B olie w h e n he will be em ployed. M r. and M rs. Via P ullm an. T o r- renbe. CalU., a n vulung friends. W illard W hite, w ho U em ployed in ih lp y a rd i in P oru and, is v U it- D a n B a u er le ft Sunday fo r N am p a w here h e h a s em ploym ent w ith th e new su g a r factory. His w ife a n d fam ily will Join tilm later. M n. Jesse BilUngton e n terta in ed th e. H ousehold A chievement club a t h e r hom e Prtday afternoon. T his w as th e a n n u a l Christm as p a rty w ith a gut exchange. M r. a n d M rs. R onald M arston a n d fam ily o f K ctchura anw ed in P a u l W ednesday a n d will spend th e C h rlstaia s holidays w ith his fath e r, E. J. M arston, and h er parenu, M r. and M n. Benton PUand. D r. a n d M rs. MlUer o{ Pocatello, e n ro u te to Portland to v b lt th e ir d a u g h te n, Venca and O wen M iller, opped in P a u l Friday to visit his ro th e n. O. T. and Jam es MUler. U niveralty o t Idaho studenta a t Moecow spending C hristm as h o lidays w ith th e ir parents a re M iriam M aler, M r. and M rs. K eith H ard in, M iss F rances H ardin. Floyd H aynes. L ea a n d Floyd M errill, sons of M r. a n d M rs. K eith M errill. Loyd M errill, son of Mr. and M rs. J. C. M errill, M iss N orm a Haynes, te a c h e r n e a r Boise. M r. a n d M ra. W allace N ellson ot L ogan, U toh. a n spending thi C hru tm as houdays w ith h e r par enu. M r. and M n. P. R. P eart. M iss M am ie Avelar. who teaches a t Jero m e, arrived Friday a n d w ill sp e n d th e holidays w ith h e r p a r enu. M r. a n d M rs. Joe A velar. M r. a n d M n. Bob W ldm ier a n d son, Bobby, arrived W ednesday from M ou n ta in City,.Nev.v*od;.wiH sp e n d th e C h ristm as houdays w ith th f lr d a u g h ter, M r. and M n. V erl B rit- son a n d th e ir sons. M elvin and Pred. Albion studenu hom«for the holid a y s a re M elvin W ldmier. Ja n n e tto P la tu a n d M orris Dean. M r. a n d M ra. Blaine Nellson a n d h is b h )th e r a n d sister-in-law. M r., a n d M rs. C harles Nellson. re tu m e d W ediiesday from Spring City. U U h, w h e ri th e y w ent to a tten d th e f u - n s r a l - o f th e ir grandfather. Joseph B laine, held T uesday afternoon. O scar Hellewell. Acequla. le ft W ednesday w ith Mr. and M n. Briggs a n d d a u g h ters. o( A c tju, fo r S a c ram e n to, C a lif, w h en thky will spend C h ristm as houdsys. P o r m v P a u l people who will visit relau ves h e re over the holidays from R io T ln to, Nev.. a n Clem and Ployd Culley, M r. a n d Mrs. E lbert c u lley a n d fam ily. M r. and M n. Roy D a vis a n d son Jerry. M n, E d ith M organ received a le tte r fro m h e r son. E rnest M organ, w ho w as stationed near P earl H a r bor a t th e Ume of the bombing. He said he was O. K. M r. a n d M rs, T ed W inn accom - I n U family. u d Mra. Ronald M a n h i and M n. Virginia Cofer and daughte r spent C hru tm as in S a lt L«k«Mrs. Jack W hiting, M os- 5 r, OOW. vuhed lajt wsek. Oordoh Bair has left for SeatUe, W**h,_wh*re hs will b* employod. Melvin Warner leit last weak for 1 to w ter the Veteraiji* hoe- pllal fdr IreatotenL Mr, M d Mrs, Dent U y. OaivMten, stopm t last weak a t th* home U r. usun, W alter Koiston. Mr. L w la with th* aviauon oorp* and m M s t o n e d in T w o m a X.J***..? " *up*rvl**d by ta!wj uusr"" Dal* Mofrit U(t t u t week for O al- ifomla. w S u n * h 2 i i d S f tashrlrts «RMCt D unn and O*oar Britaell left W e a y for L o ta n. Utah. l K I * U ffelm u hm takan the poaiuoo «lu l to tu i neanay l*f» tooir «M notntiy mirrlad. p r t m u w m g l r a n o h o o lw u dlm lm ad l *! n * E w h o O h riathool was dlmlmad far 0... Mr. MO LoulivUla, Xy. la. Um Iwaatfk c h u rc h. M n. J. A. RusseU a n d M n. U o y d O llm ore sang. T h e Lord Is M y S h e p h e rd " a n d "Ivory Palaces. P a llb e a r e n w ere H a rry McAuley, O uy B ullen. C harles Overfield. O rayaon M elton. O lenn W ining and J o h n BMekel. M rs. D ellinger w as b o m Lucy P e a rl M cd onald, a s L angdon. K an., A ug. 16. lee. ond w as m arried to R ay D ellinger In O ctober They moved i o Jerom o In 1919 from Colora d o a n d h av e resided h e re in the W estfie ld d istric t since th a t Ume. M n. D ellinger w as a c h arter m em b e r o f th e Jero m e city O range and o f th e W estfield Civic club. She h a d serv ed m a n y y e a n a s pianist In th e G ra n g e., S h e Is survived by h e r husband. R ay D ellinger, Je ro m e; by a daughte r, M elba D ellinger, Jerom e; two sons. W ay n e D ellinger. O m aha, Neb., a n d by G hrald D ellinger, coach a t 1 high school. One sister, Mxs. P a tto rjo n, Long B each, Callf a lso survives. GOODINg f L ie u te n a n t J o h n Clouser, W allace, Id a., son of M r. a n d M n. Jo h n Clou-. w ho h a s been a second lieutena n t in th e reserve, h a s t>een called Into service In th e tj. S. arm y In th e sam e ra n k. H e was commissioned in th e in fa n try a t th e U niversity of Id a h o In 193B. L ieut. Clouser was to r e p o r t to P o rt L e«u Dec. 3S. H e h a s been em ployed a s a m ining en gineer at the Sunbeam pjlnlng comp a n y a t W allace fo r several m onths. H e Is m a rrie d a n d h a s one child. M U s Sabey D rlggs. Instructor a t th e A m erican school fo r Uie deaf a t H a rtfo rd, C onn.. sp e n t h e r vacation a t th e hom e of h e r parenu, M r. and M rs. B u rto n D rlggs. T e a c h e n m flooding publlo schooto w ho a r e aw ay for th e holidays in clude M iss E velyn Peterson, who Is w ith h e r f a th e r in Spokane And fo r a tr ip on Coeur da lene lake; M iss M a rjo rie A g o rd.tn L os Ani M r s.k a th a r in e B rayton, G re at M o n t,; M lsa L ucille T inker, Twin P a lls: M iss E lisabeth Jensen. N am p a ; M ias L eon* P raed rich. Caldw«a: M lsa LUUaa P ugm lre, p a n led by hu m other, M rs. LotUe W iru). drove Co Rezburg S unday to v l hls_slsler-ln*law and fam ily. T h e C om m unity church of P a u l gave a O h rls tm u program a t th e c h u rc h S u nday m orning consisting of recluu ons. songs and exercises from eaoh Sunday school class. T his was m tm b e n h ip Sunday a n d 30 new m em bers were bspused. A O lirlstm as program was given a t Uie L. D. S. church Sunday w ith Supt. D ean H am m ond In charge. Q u est,sp ea k er. Dave O arner of R u - gave a ta lk on "N atural H U - and CondlUons in BeU iu hem Jerusalem." p e n. i to ry a aiiq Je t MURTAUGH T M r. a n d M rs. Z. t. W right ha*e received w ord from th e ir son. R o b e rt. who w as w ith the fleet in P e a rl h a rb o t, K«w rites U \at h a is all rig h t. W llford B U rid left last week B alt la ke City. He haa em itted In th e navy. E dw ard Lee. V aughn, M ont., > nephew of M rs. EdlUi Bates, a n d U R o y Le* a n vuiting U» tr b o n c s h e n. J. B. DM-iing and Alvin Sohnurle. S t. A ntljony, w era w eek-end g u e sti a t th e B, i. T ru e home. * Mr. a n d M n. Clinton B ari and D ean E ari, Loa Angelet, la st week vulted U ielr porenu. Mr, a n d M n. Q. W. M oatea a n d fam llv a re vacau onlng In Oregon. K ufus T u rn er. A ubny Cum m ins, D ennu P eterson, R slph T hornton. R obert R am bo. M erton a n d Ted m p le * w n t Ui* holiday* w ith th e ir fam illee. T hey a n ftitendlng school In W eu er. Mr. a n d M n. J. I, Tolm an. Logan, U tali, wer* guesu of Mr. a n d M n. R. 0. T olm an la st weak. w o rd h a s b*4n received of the b irth o f a d a u g h ter to Mr. a n d M rs. IH vld D ep ant. in Loa Angel** 0* 0. IB. M r. a n d M rs. Lyle L er ette. Sacram e n to, C ajlf. M ontg o m ery Mllzer sp e n f l u t week w ith M n. M iller a n d son. B ert. R* la em ployed in defense w ork a t Alb any. O re. M iss R u b y M ayfield and Miss R aclfcl C a rp en te r le ft Sunday for W aiser, w here they a re atudenu *t th e vocatio n a l school. Mtss M aydeld sp e n t th e vacauon a t th e D on D rum m o n d ho m e a n d M iss C arpenter a t th e L u lh w R ice hom e. M n. P ra n k H ughes. F o rt Collins. Colo., s p e n t C tu U tm as a t th e heme of h t r dau g h ter, M n. P rank Robertson. M iss Y vonne A rkoosh, student a t St. M a ry s college, N otre Dam e, Ind., U sp e n d in g th e holidays w ith her p a n n U. Mr. an d M n. Joe Arkoosh. Bob W hlpkey. em ployed a t Uie L ockheed factory In B urt«m k. Csllf., a rrtv e d C h r is tm u day to spend the liolu tays w tth h ta p a re n ts, M r. and M rs. E rie W hlpkey. M iss E ith e r H ells;»nd Miss Oer- old ln e O lllcaple, studenu a t Redla n d s university, R edlands, C alif, arrived l» at week to spend thtlt vac a tio n w ith relau ves ino oodlng. M iss A leth P ln n ey, M iss Annie S llm an, M iss S o p h ia Sllm an and M U s B e tty Levy, w ho a re U klng nuraea" tra in in g a t S t. A lphontus o sp ltal In Boise, sp e n t Chrlp t Belt a t th e ir home* In Ooodlng, M iss B etty M eeker, employed In Los A ngeles, is In O oodlng (or Uis C h ristm a a holidays. I. 0. B a rk er a n d dau g h ter, Joan, le ft M onday fo r S a n Diego, Oslir., to sp e n d th e C hru tm as holld&ys w ith M rs. M alcolm H enderson. Uie form er M ary B arker. M r. a n d M rs. O. 8. D rlnton snd m. J e rr y, of P ltu burg. C a lif.»pent C hru tm as week In Ooodlng wlui relatives. M r. a n d M n. M ark P e lt, W talilng ton, D. 0.. vu lted a t th e D r. E. B. R obinson hom e lo st week. M Irs M ary Cleveland, employed In W ash in g to n. D. 0., Is in O 90dlng lor Ue Chriftlntaa holldaya, T KIMBERLY [ Lola OUn, P a tric ia Palm er, M arg a re t P o tte r, E rm a N all. Orlelte C oiner. R ay M sk ln ster a n d Kenneth T>ort«l* -ar* b a n e from th * unlvenlty at Moacow for"the holiday season. [>oru J e a n H olden. daubltt«c o( M r. a n d M n. A rt H olden, underw ent a tonsileotom y a t th e T w in Palls h o sp lu l la s t week.,, T )ie M eu iodlit c h u rc h In Kimbrrly 1s h o ld in g reg u la r Sunday cvealug w orship services. T h e public la Invited to a tte n d. T hu began Dra. IB, y. L. M. I. A. o f K im berly U D S. ch u rc h sponsored a d anca held M onday a t th e chap*]. C hairm an of deco ratio n s w m M rs. Z ora Morgan; n fre s h m e n U, M n, MyrUe Free- sto n e. M rs. C arson P*tor*on and O. R. M o rre l h a d oharg* of n ite ru ln - m *nt. M n. C arson P eterson h u noelved w ord th a t h e r nephew, Kem ber D, h e n In.... _ of Mr*. E lm er Moyes, T w in n e w PALENC TH E RUBBER SITUATION And How It Affects Tires For Your Cor W ith the declaration of war between the. Ufiited States and the «xl«powerff, the lon. threatened danger o f «ur principal aourcea of rubber supply has become anunpleasant reality. From Malays and the Netherlands Eaat Indies comes 75 per.cent of the worlds rubbei.and these two countries, are now under attack by our enemies. Today, Japanese troops are attem pting to, penetrate aouthward through the jungles, of Malaya, and to land by parachute on the island of Sum atra in a, desperate effort to- occupy these viuf nibbep-producing ar«aa and thereby slow the wheels of American industry. * Rubber In Modern W arfare Rubber fa indispensable in modem warfare. Airplanes and scout cars, tanks, and trucks, barrage balloons and gas masks are only a! few of the many easeivtial war materials that require rubber. Americahg Should Produce T heir Own Rubber In this critical hour, when rubber assumes a Dositioh of nrinie imtmrtance to our national welfare ind ta our ultimate victory, I. ginnot helo thinking of the statem ent made by my father more than 20 years airo when he declared that Americans should produce their Own rubber. To him the dependence of this country upon a. single, concentrated, area for any basic raw materia) was economically un- sound and it wasi his premonition Of difficulties In the future that led ta the establishment of. the Firestone rubber plantatldns. in Liberia, which are now being worked to the very, limit to orodoce every possible io ird of m h W for our country. How to Muke Y our P resen t Tireg L ast li n g e r The R r v e Supply of Rubber Keenly aware of thls strategic importance of rubber and anticipating the day when the United States m ight be cut off from the F a r a st, our government, in cooperation with the rubber Industry, began more than two years ago to build, up a rerve supply; After P earl Harbor, it became necessary to take drastic steps to protect this preciousstore of rublwr and on -December 11 our government issued an. order prohibiting the sale of tires and.tubes to anyone not having a priority t i n g of A-3 or better. These temporary r e l a ti o n s will end on January 6, and they, will be S\iperseded by new regulatlohs which are now being, formulated. How long such rcatrictlons will remain In force will depend* upon the course of future events. Naturally, when our Allied forces are victorious in the F ar East, shipments of rubber to the United States will be resumed. B ut In the meantime, steps are being taken to relieve the- present situation. Facts About Synthetic Rubber The first of these Is the expansion of facilities for the manufacture of synthetic rubber. There are a number ol large plants now under construction, and the one for which we are responsible will be ready for production in the first part of Nearly ten years ago. our organization began experimenting with various types of synthetic rubber; and in May 1088, wo produced the first synthetic rubber Urea ever manufactured for Uncle Sams armed forces. Ae more synthetic rubber became avalu able, we consistently Increased our [A u c tio n of eynthetlc rubber tires. The most. Important elements needed for the manufacture of synthetic rubber are butadiene and styrene, both by-products of petroleum, which commodity the United States Is fortunate in having available within its borders in unlimited quantities. Brazilian Rubber Available Another possible emergency source of ruuber ia the v a ll of the Amazon River in u t h America. From th at area, 46,000 tops were shlnped in 1012 and it haa been eattnuted th a t perhaps as many as 800,000,000 wild rubber trees exist in this region, These are not being tapped a t the present time because the price of rubber ia lower than the price whteh would provide the incentive for the natives to blase the Jungle trails, tap the trees and bring the rubber to-market. In addition, these is a possibility hat aome rubber c%n be obtained from guayule shrubs, which can be raised in thlb country and Mexico. Naturally, Jt is going to take_tim e.to,je5 velod these additional spuwes of rubber. In the meantime. It Is tbe patriotic duty Ofiver loyal American- to-heh»~cqn8erv«-thetjremnt~ sunply by making the tires th a t are on Us car last lomrer. You can add as much-as 60% to the life of your tires by observing such simple.precautions M_kfieplns.them- iiv flawed tn rnim ended nressure, drivlncr slowly and avoiding quick starts and sudden stops... Nation*Wide System Factorjr-Controtled Refread Plutu.. For a number of years, the Firestone ornn* iu tlo n has recognlim-the m erit-and conomy of retreading tires, and. as a rmult, w e have built up a Tiatlon-wide system of 182 retread plants, strategically, located, to. provide treading service for our dealers aod stores and their customers. To meet the present emerg* ency, these plants are operating 24 hoi)tsia day. of rebrea&ng as much as 80 per 7 days a week. By the which w have develope.. cent of the mileage built into the original tread is added to the life of the tire and th e quauty* of workmanahip and material is such that we are able to extend our life-tlmis guarantee to. every Firestone retread. New V ictory T ire Still another step which we took some years ago anti which will serve, o u r. c o u n t e r well today, w u the establishment of.esuenslve facilities for reclaiming- scrap rubber. Today the Firestone organisation has the largest. rubber reculmlng capacity in the world and we have the advantage of long developing products made from One of these is a new type of tire made from THE FIRESTONE TIRE * Firestone has juit published a.new From Your Tires". You can l e dealer or store; er write to the reclaimed rubber, which will give reasonably satisfactory service when driven a t moderate Mflda. We have named this product the victorytire" and it is now in production in - our factoriea. We also have in work a new type of tractor tire made f r o m - i l a l m c d ru b r- ber to help agriculture continue to play its vitally Important part In thb war effort T h e P a t r i o t i c D u t y o f B v e r f C a r O w n e r In the laboratories of the Firestone factories* our scientists and engineers are working night and day to find ways of using to best advantage the present rubber supply. Equally ImporUnt to the successful conservation of rubber is the cooperation o f American car owners, whose patriotic duty it!s to get the maximum amount of service.out of taelr- tires.* Ever mindful of our responsiblltley t o o u r country and to the car owners of A m e c l t Firestone organlutlon Is makibg fttu V~ all of its experience, all of i t s resoui all o f, Its tecnnleal skill t o m e e t t h e i both.

8 f,pagt>%lght.(mjho EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALLS, IPAHO >-1hie«iay,:]]ecember 30,1S41 UEE, OREGON STATE POISE FOR BOWL TILT WO Coaches Name tarting Lineups For Extravaganza By JA C K GUENTHER DURHAM, N. C., Dec. 30 (U.R) A couple of normally gregarious gentlemen who have become hermits in the short space of 24 hours unbarred the doora of their respective hideaways today long enough to pass the word th at e y 11 rely o n their regular starting line-ups in the transplanted Rose bowl game Thursday.. Wallace Wade of Duke and Lon Stiner of Oregon State both shouted the same question: Why break up a win-, ning combination? W ade, w ho se n t h is undefeated u k I untie d so u th e rn confercnce ebtm plcam th r o u jh a brisk secret I w orkout on th e c risp tu rf of -Dulte ita d lu m yesterday w hile dozens of : u s o r tm vlaltcts vainly trie d to crash th e n t e, in d icated th a t th e condl- tio n of H alfb ack M offat Storer re- 1 Botnelhlng of a problem but j, th a t h is B lue E>eTll8 would line np - Ulce this: J im B m lth a n d Alex Piasecky. eods2 M ike K arm a zin a n d Bob Me- : ponnough. tackles; P e te r Q oddard - a n d Tom B u m s, gu ard s; Bob B arn e tt, cen ter; T om m y P rothro. fluai-. tcrback; th e m ighty S teve L ach and VTWn Jaarls. halfbacks; and the Durh a m #coot*r. W inston Siegfried, a t itm B lue D evlu key sp o t-fu U b a ck. Not Bo 8.hlfty,. T h e sllv er-th atc h ed D uke m entor - M id h e w a sn t com pletely satisfied w ith his squad because th e lad s ap* - p e a - t o b«-& b it less ahu ty th a n before he gave them a vacauon ovei th e holidays. B u t th e scouts who. -iitta B f to rea ch th e Inner sanctum reported t h a t th e local prides dis- T -T T e d p le n ty o l»ij» I n dofenslvo 4 l S r w l l 6 a itp h e M M W. Be«T- t «rs Into a Star chamber session on th e U nlteralty of N orth C arolina n m p i u at n e a rb y C h a p e i ho lrd id n t divulge all h is tric k s b u t it was n in to re d on fairly good a u th o rity t h a t h e h a d acc en te d offense. H e. sa id h e w ould rely o n th e com binatio n w hich w on th e PacUlo Coast tttle, to w it; OBC L lnevp O e o rte ZetUok a n d N orm F e U rt, e n d ; U o y d W k k eu a n d Bob S a u n d - m. tackles; B ill B alverson a n d. M a rtin ChaTea, g u a rd s; Q uentin O reenough. c e n : O«oc«e Peters.. q u a rte r: th e unorth o d o x p u s tn g o f Bob D eth m an and ix ion D u rd an a t th e habrea; a n d Joe D «f- tik e boy w ho d e d th e bowl U d w ith a touchdow n a g ain st O re- «OD-at fuu. T hese a re th e boys w ho c a i r i S ta te to Its f ir s t R o m bowl in vitatio n a n d th e ones w ho wul carry ttie > u ) n e r o f th e w est ag ain st a %»cibo& w hich lom. th e only bow l game - it h a d played p r e v lo u a ]y -th a t in th e Hliuit 4 0 s e c o n d s a g ain st S outhern O O irom U 7 S in 1939., T h e odds a g a in st th e Beavers are. dffuu l - l. b u t th e m e n wilung to lay TltKnm a re sc arce r th a n eith er hotel aoeom m oijau ons o r tlc k e ta -b o th of v w hleh h av e long since been sold ; o u t fwestern Cage! Clubs Take Garden TUts N SW Y O R K, Dec. SO (UJ&-M elro- pou tan b asketball team s suffered a double M tback last night when Oregon S tate trounced M a n h attan, 4T< M, a n d W yom ing sh a d ed O ily col- lege. 4B-45, in th e d r a t of th ree..ttouday d o u b U.H e a d e rs solteduled fo r this w eek In M a d in n Square p a rd e n. Nffw Y ork u niversity will defend a u n b e ate n stre ak o f five gamea. W ashington, w hich alstf I n s * v o n five In a row, a n d fit. Jo h n s M a n h a tta n m ade th in g s close for flnly th a f t n t h a ira g a ln s t th e tow -. ring Oregon d ta t«: five. T h e P a - Ulo eoast d u b. leading as<10 w hen the M oond h a lf began, poured 24 potota th ro u g h th e hoops in th e final IraiB*. John M andio a n d P a u l Val* CAGE SCORES O onsaia 34. U nlvertu y of Id ah o 31. Loyola (Cblc&go) 57, S a n ta C U ra 52 (overtime). Stanford 60, Ohio B U te 45. Denver 49. W estern S U te S3. Ariioni 43. New M e«ico-38. W est T exas B7. P iitsb n rg (Kan.) Teachers 55. O klahom a A. a n d M. 46, T exas 3«. W arrentbnrg T ea ch e fs 65, New H edco 31. Texas C hriiu an 40, W ashington (St. Lonls) 34. Colorado M ines S2. O ku hom a City V A rkansas 52. S o a th e rn M ethodist 22. East C e n tral (Okla.) S tate 40. Springfield CMo.) T ea ch e rs 3«. Wyoming 4B. CONY 45. OrecoR H U te 47.» u ul> B ttan college 34 Rice 51. U S a U e 41 W yoming university 49. C C N T 45 Creighton 38. U U h 32 Bradley 47. O klahom a 42 B o tg m 84, W illiam s 31 BoUer 4S. M ichigan 37 U niversity o f B ochester 28. M lchl- n n State 27 W estern.(ky) S U te T eachers U. W ashlagton a n d Le«24 W ayne (D etroit) 36. C ornell 30 Tem ple 49. S o n th em C alifornia 46 Detroit S3. Nebraska 29. Vandals Lose To Gonzaga Club, SPOKANE. W ash., D ec. 30.( S p e c lai) O bviously ru sty from th e ir holiday vacation. University of Idaho cagera retu rn e d to th e w ars here iw t night a n d dro p p ed a hard> fought 34-Sl decision to Uie O on- taga Bulldogs. O onsaga took a 3S-19Mead a t the half>tlme a n d th e V andals cou ld n t quite make up the defldt. MacMitchell Wins Trophy NEW Y O RK. Deo. 30 (U.R>-Leslle M acu ltchell of New Y ork university, the y e a rs.k ra n d -sla m m ile rlm m - plon. will receive th e Jnm e.i E. fiul- Ilvsn M em orial tro p h y for haylnr done th e m ost durin g 1041 to in d - vance the cause of sporlsmnnslilp. M acm ltchdl. ai. Is th e younrc.-»l person to receive Uie nw nrd olnre Its InsURuratton In T he m em orial coinniltteo, In noimcing his M lrctlnii todny. vesled th a t h e had w on U)o trophy after a fairly close battle with Cornelius W arm erdtun of th e B an FVan- cuco O lym pic club, w orld record holder In th e pole vnuu niul tho only ISfooter In history. enll led O regon s scorers w ltli 10 polnls eoch a n d D ick M urphy paccd M sn h sttan w ith 11, WyomlnR took n lo -nolnf mivi over CONY In tjin first h a lf a n d then withilood a orrlos of fulllm l.< n the second gam e. C ity iw tuuunbealan In four gam es «p tm tll Inst nl«ht. Milo K om enlch w m W yom lii «. Kcorer w ith 11 >olnls and Hoiiny H eruberg tallied 10 fo r CCNY. A crowd of 14,377 brm ight tho total a tten d a n ce for fo u r double- hesdbra Uiis season to 00,137. Cokes. Rupert Score Win in SI Loop Play S I OUTLAW STA N D IN G S T eam W. L. P et. A m erican Falls ley _.0 6 T w in Fells Coca Cola copped th e ir second consecutive 81 league victory and moved up a notch In the standings here last n ig h t w hen th e y o u t- raced the sm aller H ailey T riu m p h Mines quintet for a victory. While the visitors put up a spirited lig h t and closed In several tim es to nearly tie tho score, th e Cokes alw ays had enough stu ff to iceep ju st alicnd. They were in fro n t a t th e half. In th e second h a lf th e M iners crawled u p to w ith in four points b u t a g ain th e hom e d u b spurted to hold th e ir a dvantage. Big scoring gun In th e local a tta c k w as Ray Wells, w ho picked o ff nine field goals and a p a ir o f free throw s fo r 20 points. However. O eorgle D avison, home from W SO. w as a m ajor spark In th e Coke a tta c k w hen th e going was tough. R eed Gorrlnge, th e fo rm er, all- sta te sta r o t Oakley a n d la te r o u t sta n d in g a t Albion N orm al, w as top m an of the visitors, collecting 15 of th e ir points. HAILEY P(M T W IN PA LLS Q orringe (IJ)... P... (4) j. W d ls Severe (7)...P... (20) R. W ells Thom ason (7) _ (2) H a r tn if t Brow n...o i (4) Carlson S hanks <8)...:.0....; <3) T u rn e r Substitutions H ailey Y oung (3); T w in P alu -P o lso m (7), Rex W ells (4). DavUon (8). Rupert Wins GOODING. Dec. 30 (S pecial) Ooodlng Lions dropped another conte st In the Southern Id a h o O utlaw league here last n ig h t by a score of Tho victory this Ume was th e Rup e rt Booster club, w hich took a wide lead In the first half ond then coasted to victory. T h e Interm ission count was O utstanding play w as tu rn ed In by D on W heatley fo r R u p e rt, w hile Pred Burgess led the Lions. Ted Schroeder, Ecuador Star In Net Finals NEW O RLEA N S,. Dec. 30 (U.fD O ne of Uie b itterest b a ttle s in th e e ig h t-y ea r history of th e S ugar bowl te n n is toum iunent p u t top-seeded T ed Schroeder of G lendale. C alif,, In to today s final m atch a g ain st dark-horse Francisco S egura Ecuador. Schroeder. thg nation # fifth ranking player. dcfcauid sevenu i-ranklng G ard n er Mulloy of M iam i. Pla.. 4-6, 6-2, 2-fl in th e sem i-final but a fte r the five h ard -fo u g h t, a r- gtunent-studded sets, th e tw o players alm ost refused to shake hands. Tlie match lasted 3,4 hours. Mulloy took exception to several line decisions and voiced hls. opinions to officials. He du puted.-s chroeders booming overhead placem ent on m a tch jw tnt of th e fifth set. h ittin g Uio B X)t where hn clalme<l th o ball hftd fiono out w ith h is racquet. F i- naily. lie wsiked to U»e n e t w here Schroeder. obviously angry, h e sita ted before lie extended his hand, Segura, wlioie play hn.i been the ReawUon of th e tourney, blasted Knrl D artlclt of New O rleans. 4-0, 7-S, 0* T1)0 first twu witc even clojcr th a n th e scores w ould Indicate but in th e Inst two HeKuk-a s pow erful. two-h tt n d e d fo re h an d blasts were too m uch for th e tiring D artlett. Hilly T albert of C Inclnoatl and Tr<l Olewlno of S a n ta Mouion. Cullf., defpqted second-sppfled B ryan Q ra n t of A tlanta and W ayne Baliln of PorU ond. Ore., In Ute doubles. B , Segura and G eorge i»ero of M limil won. the first set of tlielr m a tc h from top-ranked M ulloy a n d Schroeder. B>0 and fought lo u 7- all deadlock In th e second se t w hen darkneas halted play. ervice Leaders Outline Sports iture for Duration of Battle I B B IN K, I r. T, D 0. SO (U.»-rooU )ali A m ericas colleges aitd J O ou atu t«a thfetio as- ilfftt p rtm ti o f univer- oonvenm l In Jo in t les* r to lm «r u m y a n d navy tia future of ath -,O ro ck «r, a aio d a t* i t a rm y a n d navy... M tlo n,g a v a Uio I. T h a KOAA preal. B «d fe r o f Now 1 C rocker a n d \ (ol<t th e and o lh e f W... fo r revisions designed lo speed th e pace of th o gam e and give offense even m ore of an edge over defense. O oadiea expreased o v e rw iielm lngsatisfaction w ith tiie unlim ited aiibau tutlon ru le inaug urated th is fail. H ie new lu th tltu tlo n ru le also w as lauded in a rep o rt of Ute coaches in - Juries a n d fa ta litie s com m ittee Mhedulad fo r d d lv e ry tndtw. T h e report d iid o e ed n o t a alngin deau i due directly o r Indirectly to oollego football In th e p a s t season, a n d stnm iljr rocom m endad re te n tio n of llbariki M ibautuuon rulea a s a m a«ior oonu-ibutlnr fa c to r lo tlie reb- ord. T h e febmnce o t college fa ta ll- Uaa WM U>«first In Uie ll* y o a r to loounol. thrao m n In IMO, wore r«por(«d on aand* Mbtotto clubi u d blgb Mheol E astm an also recom m ended creased attfiition to prn-nenson fundam entals, rspecially U ckling, perfection of a m ore ad eq u ate h e ad - g u ard, and a m edical exam in a tio n thorough enough to delect m inor h e a r t deviations. Recom menrlatinns o f Uie ro a c h rs rvlea oomiw ttee w ill be B nhm illed to th e official rulea group o f th e NOAA meeting a t Phoenix, Aria., Ja n, 4. C hairm an Lou L ittle o f Co- lu m b lr said "W e d id n t recom m end any drasuo changes because wa feel th e re Is now a happy balance b e tw een offense a n d defense. O ffense h a s tho edge, as It should, because th a ts w hat mnkeg football a color* ful a p a r t O ne proposal w as a m inor r e finem ent In th e new snbatltntlon rulea w hich would penalise a n o f- fenalvo U atn lubstituu iig a ft«r it h a s le ft th e huddle. A nother w ould Klv» ft im m KorDd upon by touch* dow n or field goal th a aam a op tio n o f eleoung a goal to d e fe n d a s it doe# If it win* tha lom -tip b a fo ra tha inlual klckoff. Grange Picks Missouri, Duke, East To Score Victories in Major Tilts NEW O RLEANS. Dec. 30-Bacfc.jT a fin a l w hirl In th e bustling bowl parade, I find New O rleans a m ecca of w in te r sports activity. A long w ith th e trad itio n a l Sugar Bowl activities, w hich Include a f irs t-ra te football gam e, basketball, trac k a n d o th e r sports, w ar moved th e E ast-w est a ll-sta r game from S a n Francisco to. th o S ugar Bowl, w here th is splendid c h arity production will b e presented, Ja n. 3. In th e fea tu red S u g a r Bow] game, two fin e tcm s once defeated during th e reg u la r season clash in w h at should be a corking game. Im strin g in g w ith M issouri over.fordham In a /ree-si;oring conlest, b u t th e b a ttle m ay well go d th e r way. B o th h av e a lot of power. Missouri lost lt3 s ta r passer. P a u l C hristm an, by graduation, so n Faurot transform ed a n a erial circus hito a strong g round gainer. T h e T igers have th ree fine backs in B ob S teuber, R ed W ade and H arry Ice. T h e ir firs t strin g line, ccmented by all-a m erica D a r d d Jenkins a t c en te r, waa unscored upon during the reg u la r season. T h eir only defeat by O hio S ta te In th e. seasons opener w as registered w ith Jenkins out of action. Fordham has a traditionally bruising club. T hey have hard-running backs In Jim Blum enstock. Steve All Prophet No Loss FUlpowlcz. Joe Ososkl. Joe Andrejco arid G eorge O jj c rk o. The Rams also h av e a scm V passing game, w ith a rem arkable pitcher In Flip Plllpowlcz. S t r i n n W ith E ast Prognostlcators have been pu t to d ia m o by resu lts of th e Shrlners gam e. In v aria b ly In recent years the m a jo r a tte n tio n h a s been fociised o n th e E ast, w hich c ar/les the bulk of th e big nam es, a n d th e W est hns proceeded to d e fla te some of the seaso n s stars. T h is year, for exam ple, the East h a s been w orking w ith Jo h n Roklsky o t D uquesne a t an end. U rban Od- son of M innesota a n d Alf Baum ann of N orthw estern n t th o tacklcs, E n- d o tt Peabody II of H arvard a t a g uard, itn<l a h ast of bnrkllcld ntnrs, includink MIchlKun s Bob Wrhtfiill. M lnnesotii n BrniT Hniitli. VlrKlnia s Hill D udley a n d ColgnttA Ilo a I n d ia n B ill U cyer. \ T h o wc.it h a s a flock of imbct- know n stn rs, m any of Uictn Irum the ouuiwest. RegardlPM o f >»-it prrfoniumcrn. I p a p er you Ju st Imvo lo nllck w ith tlie east. D uke H igh Ilolirr D u rh a n t Aluges th n tniiinplanted Rone bowl Ingagrm viit. T w ice b eaten O regon S tatu Is Uio w estern rc )rcaent«tive, undcfrated a n d h lg h -n ililn g Diiko tlio iioat. D tike lire rtc d U trotigii n rnuier m ediocre sclirdulo. nmiinniiik 311 polnta to its opponrnt.v 39. Hiough thn callbcr n( <>i> >onuliin p(t nmne- U ilng to be (Iralred. thn iiiun Devils n n ist be considered ntnong Uie na- tionn toughfat. W allace W nde rn lrn Htrvn l.a rh on* o f th o beat h e ever coached, a n d th e O ld M an h as drillni Mtmo good ones. I.urh klck, imrisr.i, nnui. blocks a n d tncklrs. lie pluynl 66 m in u tes <ir m ore In ovory game a n d averugotl b e tte r U ian riulit ynkta p er try, though stationm i a t w ing., H larlfm O utfit O regon Stikte is called a starlwu outfit, b u t I doubt Uie aocuimy of th a t. D on D irdnn, w ho passes and kicks from til l le ft side, and Boii DeUi- m a n a n d a n o th er one or two are f irst-ra te backs. I t was the dofen- fllve play of C enu r Clyde U reenough. m oro Uian any o th e r one Uiing, Uiat derau ed a ta n fo rd on an olf Uack a t Oorvfttlls. T h a Beavers havo a b ro th e r com b h iau o n -O ro rg e i*et- e rs a t quarte rb ac k a n d N onnan a t r ig h t end. Though Diko U the logical choice, I expofil O regon S ta te lo give a m u d i b e tto r aooount of Itadf Uian pra>iam» odds Indicate. T aiaa A. and M. aver S ana Tsxaa A. a n d M. U given nothing mora than «ahaky vou over AU- BLUE PEVItS HEX KAVEKj bama In the Dallas Cotton bowl. W hen H o m e r H ill H orton lost nearly all o f h is g re a t crew of 1S40 regulars. versau le D eraco Moser stepped In to keep th e. A ssies u n b eaten u n til th e y tackled m ighty Texoa in th e ir fin al conference en gagem ent. T h a t w as th e only one th e m en of co lleg e StaU on lost, for Uiey subsequently repelled & Washin g to n S ta te a rra y w hich closed well on th e coastv A labam a, hig h ly regarded a t the outset, bow ed to M ississippi S tate a n d V anderbilt. F ra n k T liom as has splendid o ll-ro u n d back In Jim m y Nelson and a fine end In Holt Rast. G eo rg ia W ell B alanced M iam is O range bowl brings tog e th er oul itandlng backs, F rankie Slnkw lch of OfforKln a n d Kylo O llle- splb of T e x a s C hristian. B o th w ere hnndlcappcd diu-lng th e season. Sinkw lch played re m arkable boll despite a broken Jaw, protected by a bruce. O llleaple w as shelved by a leg in ju ry su ffered In th e skirm ish with Tcxaa A. rt d M. BoUi d u b s have scoring punch on th e ground a n d in Uie air. I like Uie Bulldogs because they a re perhap.t a b rtte r-b u la n cc d gregation. althoiikli th e wny D utcii M eyer s H n rn n i Frogs a rc likely to Uirow Uio bull. unyu ilng c an hn i )cn TuLsa Is m y choice to mvio ou T exas T ech in Uio El Paso S un bowl P in eap p les o f a d irrerciit kind cnn celled U taiia n > M:iiniiico iigiilnst Hiiwall In th n H onolulu Plncapi)!) bowl, b u t th rrc ll lie otiicr years w ith th is nttriirt.inn iilkger a n d the flowery nrcliiihli>kt> m ore ntlractlve th a n ever. H appier Now Y ru rt D uring liif first n in e m onths of 1040, Uio U n ite d u u tm lm K)ite«l pounds of coniaubu THE SPORT SPOTLIGHT By PAUL 6C H E FF E L S NEW YORK. Dec. 30 <UiO Sporta patter from the nauons press boxes; Baseball S ecretary O abe P a u ls figure filbert from C lnclnnau s t a t ing th a t th e R eds w ould have w on their th ird stra ig h t N atio n al league pennant la st season if.they h a d h o d 10 more base-hlta In jected a t th e proper spots, b ro u g h t to lig h t th e fact th a t this clubs batu n d e d ln e was one of th e y e ars biggest fo rm reversals... I n th re e C incinnati regulars, F ra n k a n d M ike M c Cormick and E rnie L om bardi w ere In (he JOO h ittin g c lass a n d several others n e ar th a t figure. I t selison tho Reds finished w ith o u t a.300 batter In the lineup fo r th e firs t time since ID14. Hans Lobert will take over as fu lltim e m snnfter of th e P h illie sfo r th e first lim n next season b u t h e nl- ready hns a p roduct of h is system in the N atlnnal league records... Chlelly hcfause of h is g;uldanco la te last scn.son, tiie Piills finished second in htolcii bases w ith 00 to th e Reds (Jfl... D nnny M u rta u g h. w ho Jollied till club lute In Ju n e, be- csme thn Individual chom plon vdth IB. Foniiisii D on flnavely, w ho m ight Iinvn been C olum bias g re a t est c n itrr rxccpt for a bad leg, w as relensnl from M edical C enter 8 a t- urday iiftrr iinvlng coju lage rem ov ed from lil* left k n e e... Steve O w en, rimcli or liie A ll-s U r profeaslonal fooibnll Iniiii w hich m eets Uie c h a m - )lnn Clili-nKD B ears In. th e a n n u a l Pro ixiwi Kiimo h e re Sunday, h as ftchrdulnl iwii w orkouts a day fro m hera oui fur his squad... Local odda favoring Im dliam over M issouri In Norwich Skier Takeslstin Gi oss-gsuntry. SUN VALLEY, I d a, Se«. M OUS A fo u r-d ay IntereoOegUta lu - in g to o m a m e n t entered l(a Moond day- wlui a k le n from H aehoeta parilclpatiag. A llan B o f Norwich college yes-.te rd a y won th e cross-coontry n u» a t th e opening of th e toum am ant w hen * h e slipped over th e course In 29:36 to score 100 polnta. B ill Broa-n, University of Idaho, w as second In 40:4fi; Bob B m llh. U niversity of W ashington, th ir d In 4 i:1 0 a n d R ich a rd O. Bradley. D a rtm o u th university, fourth. O th e r im ish es in order w ere M a ck M easer, U tah S tate; R obert B ehnke. U niversity of W ashington; B ill N cckrodt. U niversity of W iacon- s in ; M errill B arber. Norwich; Carl N eu, U niversity of W ashington; G ordon Lavighe, W ashington "BUte, a n d A rt Strom, U niversity of W ash* ington. T eam com petition; first e v en t of S u n V alleys season, will belim ite d to th e dow nhill a n d slalom. B esides te am aw ards, Uie B r l«y p la te will be presented for th e htgh Individual com bined score fo r sla lom. dow nhill, cross couptiy and ju m p in g events. T lie M a ty Cornells iro p h y w ill go to th e h ig h e st w oman scorer In th e downhill and slalom. Creighton Rallies To Win OverUtes OMAHA.: N d», D ec.-id-o H O C reighton university snapped Unl* vcrslty of U ta h s basketbau victory strin g a t six la s t night, SO to 8*, a fte r com ing ffom behind before 3,500 fa n s _ C reighton trau ed, 34 to 16, a f th e h a lf, b u t led by H ow ard L u a g w th e B lucjays w en t a h ea d a t th e o u tse t o f th e th ir d period before th e U tea could g e t thelrbearings.* th e Sugar bowl gam e took a quick drop w ith Uio news th a t th e Rama* regular rig h t end, J im Lansing,- w as suffering from a shoulder bruise a n d would be Idle for a couple o f d a y s... Lansing is one of tho te a m s m ost valuable men... H e is a good pas9-catcher and b rillian t on d c- fen.ic. Basketball Attendance a t M adison Square G arden Is expected to surpass th e 100,000 to ta l w hen th * triple holiday double-header p ro gram conclutlcs n c t Soturday n ig h t... Hio first Uirco tw in bills of th o year drew a total of fan s w ith th e top crowd 18.oao w lltida- sing the L. I, U.-B outhem C allfom ia and Pordham -Rlce gam es la st S a t urday. Blaine Red Cross To Get Receipts From Ski Tourney SUN VALLEY. Dec. 30 (SpeeltU) T lie Blaine county ch ap ter of th e A m erican Red Crons will profit from tho final days com petition In th e Intercollegiate ski m eet here. W hen.uie undcrgnidiiate Jumpers g a th er a t Ruud m ountain T liursday, every c en t or th e procce<ls from Uio sale o t grandstm id M at tlr k e u will be turned over to Uie Red Cross, S u n Valley Ski club officials have a n nounced. T lie m eet opened M onday wiui tho cross country rnco followetl by tlio dow nhill Tursday, slalom W ednes day and Jumping Tliursday. All Reconditioned Through Our 7-Step System 1040 C hevrolet 6 Passenger C o u p o.... S 7 B 0 IMO C hevrolet Sedan. A n «cepu onaily good car 1038 C hevrolet Coupe S M O 1038 F o rd T udor. - S Chevrolet Coupe f 4 2 S 1034 F o rd TUdor f O T f f 1B30 C hevrolet Town S e d a n t S S O USED TRUCK BARGAINS 1040 onevro ie i ih to n iruek< two speed axle, la rto tlre i, very good m echanlcauy -gggg 1038 C hevrolet IA U a (ruck, sta k e body. S 9 B Chevrolet,, m ton, com* pletely recondluoned S 2 B 0 WERE BOUIPPBO TO GIVE e p erau o u i 1. LuMcAtlan 2. Brake ervlee 3. Motor Toni-iip 4. O a itn re te r and Fiiol Pa m p Sarvlee 8, Hteerinf w 4 Wheel AUffWMBt 0, M eier Bepalr 7. Body u d, Bheek K fv lm 1 0. H e M U g h lu l BiMirt* I t,, h U iu af M ho sh.

9 SO, tore Magic Valley Items JEROME U r. t n d UZt. O. -L. Ilio re so a h a d u r«c«nt kumu Mt. u id M rs. W. 8. Jo o es, a n r l r n a c pm oq, M oot. T bo -eoiqde h w departed fo r S u n V alley v h e re th e y wul spend a b rier boney- : m oon p rio r T *» retu raln g to th e ir b o o e, M r. a n d Mrg. R ay A lexander a n d tw o chu dren o( Balt L ake OUy sp e n t th e O brlrtnua bolldays a t th e hom e. of her-ikreots, Mr. and M n. E. O. Mnil cmifllee H ohnhorta, a n d M rs. Jo h n P ark ln to n tiave retu rn e d from a visit to K a n i u c ity, Mo., «h e re they were gaestt of relatlres. M lu M a ix a itl U e. w ho 1b a sen* lo r a t th e OoHege o f th e PacUle, Stockton. Calif., arrived la s t week to spend C hristm as a t th e h «n e o f h e r m other. Mrs. J. O. Lee.. R o b e rt W ilks, w ho Is atten d in g school a t th e N orthw est Jlazaren e c o lle n In Nam pa, la sp e n d ln s th e holidays a t th e hom e o f hl«parenta, M r. a n d M n. T. J. W ilk s., M lm Zmogene V tnhig, w ho Is a stu d e n t a t U olveralty o f Idaho, so u th e rn branch, Is -spending th e holidays w ith h er parenta, M r. and M rs. O lenn Vlnlng. U U a T b e m a Paradis, a nu rse a t S t. A nthoiv hospital in Pocatello, Is spending the C hrlstm aa holidays h e re a t th e hom e of h e r parents, M r. a n d M rs. J. S. Paradis. m im P atsy Burks, d a u g h te r ot M r. a n d M rs. Sam Burks, h a s returned ho m e from an extensive trip visiting relatives a n d IrleDds In V irginia, M aryland. W ashington. D. C., and N ew Mexico. T o h o n o r Mr. and M rs. T om G am ble, w ho will depart soon to m ake th e ir hom e In Boise, M r. a n d M rs. C lark h. Helss and M r. a n d M rs. D. E. S m ith entertained a t th e hom e m a n a g e r of th e Jerom e BoUe Paye tte lum ber company fo r th e p a st se v eral years, has accepted a positio n in Boise. M rs. M aude K nobel anfl... K e n n e th K nobel. w ho a rriv e d la st week from souuiem C alifornia, le ft th is week for Rexburg to visit M r. and- M rs. R ex W ray, d a u g h te r a n d hu sb a n d o f Mrs. Knobel. M r. a n d Mrs. B raytod B urks. S tanley, a re house guests h e re of M r. - a n d - M r a R obert B urks, Je n m e. M iss E dna H offlne, fo rm er a r t In stru cto r a t Lincoln school, a r riv ed th is week for a s h o rt visit w ith relatives and friends. She 4s - a -tm c h e r a t Pocotello a n d le ft th is Week-end /o r K u n a.to a tte n d th e WBddlnr- of- Mis* B em lece W ilson, fo rm e r teacher of Jerom e L incoln -- iekoac-/" M r. a n d Mr*. C. J. K eiser. p i,t- I e n ts o f M rs. Ronald B urk, arrived h e r* la s t week, accom panied by th e ir son, L erter, from Stanfield. O re., to visit a t th e ~ eral weeks. M f.a n d M rs. John P. D ixon have received a w ire th a t th e ir son. F o r- is safe and well: P o re st Is a to - it m e d on Palm yra Island a n d h as been: tn tu f e r r e d along w ith o th e r f a m to P e a rlh a ib o r in re p a ir a c- u w rig h t.b e ry l W right. M rv tn d Mrs. L eon W right. - I of-k taaberly; H r ;a n d M rs. O lenn W rig h t a n d virgll W rignt. Twiri Palls, a n d M r. and M rs. D a n D avis a n d th ree children, H om edale, Ida., w ere C hristm as day d in n e r guc.<sts o f M r. a n d Mrs. O wen Davis.. M iss C a lh ry n R ukavina. w ho is employed a t Sun Valley and a t Robin so n B ar, visited over th e C hrisu n a s holidays a t the hom e of Mr. a n d Mrsi R obert B urlu In Jerom e, e w as a guest also a t Boyles ran c h on Loon Creek. M iss P atsy Burks lins retu rn e d home a fte r a n extended tr ip to so u th e rn states, and in W ashington, P.O. Eawood Becker, Caldwell, stu d e n t a t th e college of Idaho, arrived hom e la s t week to spend C hristm as w ith. hu parents. Mr. a n d Mrs, W tlllam A. Becker. M r. a n d Mrs. Jam es D alton a n d tm all soil, Jam es. Jr., a re iiouse fu e s ts hero from Coeur d A lene, a t th e hom e of her pnrcntji, M r. nnd M rs. E lb e rt Rice, sr. : K e ith lck h «m, H acelton, and M iss B eti) Simmons, Jerom e, nb> W n td a m arriage license h e re Irom the offices of Mrs. Charlotte Roberson, clerk, auditor nnd recorder. A t a recent meettng of th e Jerom e h e a lth council, held In th e coiituy 6o «rt house, the treasu rer. M rs, L eighton Im es reported tlia t a p - I from dh ferent < th is com m unity, th e fundn to bn psed In tonsllectomles for needy ehiidren. W ays and ttieans for obta in in g fu n d s were discussed a t th e a iee tln g a n d it was decided to again brin g th e little green boxes to m eetfiigs of various elubs w here c o n tributio n s will be received to c arry on h e a lth work. Ja m e s Measenger, son of M r. and M rs. D ana L, Messenger, w ill leave J a n. 1- rer B piaine w here h e will i;esum» itu d les a t N orthw estern Ijtuineas university. H e h a s been spending th e hftwdays M xt a t hi* p a re n U hom e. Miss Mollyo N irli. o b o n will also roium e studies a t th e a m e InslituU on a fte r th e first of th e year, and h a s also been spending e OhrUtmas holidays here a t lier T ROGERSON T. Mr. a n d M n. Ray Je w e tt and sun, a n d M r. a n d Mrs.. R obert Meyera r e C h r ls tm u day fueau of M r. aihd M rs. O uy Rltohle n e ar Filer. a n d U n. Jam es O iute a n d u o h t c r, Joy«t Ann, Bhoahone, M r. M rs. J. N. A bbott a n d Will " e r, HolUster. ip e n t O hrlilm as I- f te d Clute a n d fam -, a n d U n. B.,u. L eney, Buhi, M r. Brooks were C hristm as T lu e iu attthe B e rt Pldooek I A drlanna LanUng, OaldweU, - 1 Ju n e Oolion, AJbion, P r o g r a m O ffe re d A t H a n s e n C h u rc h. H A NSEN. Dee. 30 (Special) A C h ristm as program w as p ru e n te d by C hildren of th e p rim ary and Junior ses o f th e S u n d a y school a t th e.sen Community church Wednes* d a y evening, u n d e r th e dlroctioii of M rs. A ua ln-m oore a n d departm ent te ac h ers. J. R. H all, Sunday school su p e rin ten d e n t, announced th e prog ram. T h e audience snng SU ent N ight," la d by V ance N aylor, and with M «- J. H all a t th e ptano, auer w hich Bruce Clark ave a welcome. "Christm a s Long Ago," was presented a s a c h o ra l re a d in g by Sally W alker. L o ren e R am bo, Je rry Prior, and O en e S h a rp, and pupils of the p rim a ry sa n g a song. A rec ita tio n w as given by A nnabelle M iller; a drill by H elen S h a rp a n d B a rb ara Jones, and a rccltation by Shirley W hlsm ore. B arbara O allcy. R oger S c o tt and Oene P rior p rese n te d o n exercue, fouowed by a pia n o d u e t, by M argaret and Doris P o ster. A n excrclse was given by J u a n ita Sim m ons, M argaret Foster, Ann&beJle M iller, M arion Bailey, and N a n n e tte A rm ent. a n d a recitation by L eonard Daw. A. p la y let. "Scenes Front Long ago. w-na presented by Dorothy W alker, a s E stlicr; L illian Bailey, as Z elm a; L ea n n a S harp, a s Rebecca; H orace C oulter, a s Sam uel; Bruce C lark, a s Dovld; M oreorct Poster, a s R u th ; R oland A nnent. as Boaz; a n d B etty Rowley, a s Thelma, C lark Bcdow gave a reading and M iss E d y th e T runkey read "W hy th e C him es R ang," followed by the au d ien ce singing "Jo y to th e W orld." a n d benediction w as pronounced by R ev. J. H. C oulter. S a n ta C laus appeared w ith trea ts fo r th e chu dren. I HAGERMAN M rs. N ell B ruce, M ontpelier, h e re for a n extended visit w ith her sister. M re. W ill DJckinson. w M arcey L ara g an, w ho attend. th e W ash in g to n S ta te college, arrived W ednesday for tlie Christm as vacatio n w ith h is p a re n ts. M r. and Mrs. M arcellna L orogan. C. W. E bberttfl, W estwood, Calif,, arriv e d IsA week to visit his. rcla - tw ca over th e holidays. Mrs, W. H cndrlcksoh a n d M rs. Bob G reen a re his sisters a n d Jess and E b b ertts a ro h is b r o th e r s. M iss F lorence M a ry, Jones tu rn e d from S e a ttle, W ash.. T liursday. S h e a tte n d s th e university tjic re r-s h e la sp ending- Chrtstma.s w ith h e r parentjj, M r. and M rs. J, W. Jones. K e ith Colliers, w ho a tte n d i the J. c. C om pton college in California, retu rn e d la s t week to spend th e C hristm as w ith his parents. M iss P re d a W oodhead who Is a t te n d in g college In S a lt Lake City, arriv e d th is week to spend the holidays n lth relatives and friends. J o h n n y L em pyne and A lan-d enn is arriv e d la s t week from Moecow. T h ey hove been atten d in g th e university there. T h e M asons m e t lost, week a t th e M asonic h a ll for in staltatloa of officers. Lewis H eilm an was Uio Insta llin g officer a n d 01e;n Bell acted a s m a rs h a l a t th e Installation. H arry F ra zie r is outgoing w orthy m aster. T h e follow ing w ere installed as the new officers: W orthy m aster. Fred R oberts; B. L, C haplin, senior w ard e n ; ESrion B asom,. Jwnlor w arden: A ibcrt.o regb, secretary; H. O. F ra zier, trea su rer; H om er Moon, senior deac o n ; Q lcn Bell. Junior deacon; L eo Bell, tyler; H arry Parson, m a r sh a l; Lewis H eilm an, ciiaplaln; Phil K ennecott, Junior stew ard; nnd Rex Barlogl. Junior stew ard M r. a n d M rs. W illiam Sims who hav e been visiting th e last m onth w ith h e r Bister. Mn». Jack W oodhead, retiin ie d Inst week to Uiei/ hom e in E l M onte. Calif. M rs. J. R. nufi.icll. w ho was called to F n m k lln. Penn., by Uie death of h e r f a th e r h a s retu rn e d home. M r. a n d MrH. A rlen Allen and M r. nnd M rs. W ill Allen w ent to DoIm* We<lnrMlny la st week, and F ra n ce s Allen, wiio Is In training a t <6t, Alphonsii!) hixipltnl, accom pan ied th em hom e to spend her two w erks vufatlon. T h e LcgUm nuxtuary ered dtsh lu n rliro n w ith Mrs, R o u F in ch a t th e hom e o( licr mouirr. M rs. Cook, lost week. T h e d n y w a s sp e n t sewliih nn <lrni>e.i for <he L egion h a ll, llio se p m e n U besides th e hostess were K. D llllata, Philip K en n e co tt, V. C unninglon. J, Snnda. II, ConW ln. J, PeterTion, Ei Allen a n d O, B lackhnrt. T h e O dd Fellows entertained In honor of M r. iiiul Mrs. Stei>lirn C lark a t th e I.O.O.F. hall W ednesd a y lilrht. Tliey presented tiie h o n ored couple w ith n tea table. Tlie R ebekahs w ere guests also. M iss B a rb a ra Bostwlck. who 1«In tra in in g a t S t. A lphonsus hospital In Boise, sp e n t tiio week-eivl a t hom e. M arlin T iirk e r w ho h a s been... Uio w est c o ast retu rn e d lliu week to sp e n d C hristm an w ith relatlvrs, Elolsn ntlu ard a n d GllaMau 11- lln arrived Prl(lny from Albion State BURLEY H en ry I. D w orahak a n d O le n n K unaxj l e u la s t M onday fo r W ash ington, D. O.. to spend th e holidays w ith C ongresam an a n d M rs. H enry D w orshak. Miss Z a lia Jo h n so n, w ho h a s been em ployed a t BOlnks fo r th e p a st two years, le ft W ednesday to visit In Boise a n d S a lt L ake C ity, a fte r w hich sh e w ill go to th e coast to continue h er schooling. M r. a n d M rs. C harles Pow ers ceived w ord o n Dec. 33 of th e b irth o f a d a u g h t«r th a t day to th e ir daughter, M rs. Loyd Fisher, and hu sb a n d a t B lac k fo o t th a t day. M rs, P lsh er w as form erly M iss H asel Pow ers,.jim R oper, s tu d e n t a t Moscow. Is hero fo r th e holidays w ith his p a r ents. M r. a n d M rs. W illiam R oper. M r. a n d M rs. D ean S tocking and m le ft W ednesday fo r S a lt la ke City to sp e n d th e holidays, W iuord H arp st«r, of S a n Diego, arrived la st jveek for a holiday visit w ith h is p a re n ts, Mr. a n d M rs. H a r ry H arp ste r. M iss B a r b a r a M ac B u m s a n d Miss F rances M cd onald, stu d e n ts a t S t. P a u ls S chool or G irls In W alla, a ro visitin g a t th e ir hom es lot the holidays. M r. a n d M rs. Lee A. W right, of Boise, a rriv e d W ednesday n ig h t to spend th e holidays w ith relatives. W ard S m ith, w ho h a s been w orking I Ikulse. c am e dow n w ith th e m to send C h ristm a s w ith h is fam ily. M iss Ifild a Schorzm ann, A rth u r a n d W a lte r s c h o rz m a n. o n d. Jo h n R am bosck le ft la s t week for D enver to spend th e Ifolldays w ith C aptain a n d M rs. O le n n C lark. Llcut. A rt4iur C. t) u n n arrived h e re W ednesday to spend th e houdnys with hu m other. He U stationed a t P o rt W arre n. W yo., a n d will be here a doys. M rs. L aw rence Rndloff le ft this week for F o r t W arre n. Wyo., to vu lt h e r h u sb a n d, L ieut. R adloff, i th e holidays. Mrs. G erald Curfew left this Tuesday to spend th e holidays a t F o rt Lewis, w ith h e r h u sb a n d w ho Is stau oned th e re. M r. a n d M rs. Floyd J u d d a..... p a re n ts of a d a u g h ter, Ixirn Dc. 20. n n d M r. a n d M rs. Cecil Wllllnm.s n tlie p a re n ts o f a d a u g h te r born Dec. 22. M rs. D orothy Keisz, school lib ra r ian, h a s gone to S pokane to spend th e holidays. G uests a t th e hom o of Mr. and M rs. A. C. E d w ard s a re th e ir daughte r, M rs. A u stin W oodw orth, h e r husband and th eir son. A j o n w aa b o m on Dec. 21 to Mr. a n d Mi s. W ay n e R aney a t th e Jones M atern ity h om e. M r; a n d M rs. O le n n H all and s P ra n k, Pocatello, arriv e d W ednesday to spend C h ristm as w ith h e r p a r e n ts, M r. a n d M rs. P. B, Dotson. M r. H all re tu rn e d F riday, b u t M rs. Hall remained here for a visit. O rr K een, who*l>as been em ployed a t a n a irc raft, p la n t in Loa Angeles, h a s re tu m e ff to, B uriey fo r i days p rio r to h is e n tra n c e in to th e arm y, Mr. a n d M rs. Ed O underson le ft la s t week fo r C a lifo rn ia, w here th e y w ill spend se v eral weeks. M r. a n d M r*. J. C. C asper, M r, a n d M rs, G eo rg e C asper a n d th re e children. S o u th Son Francisco, Calif., arriv e d th is week to a tte n d th e fu n eral o f M rs, O eorge C asper s * th e r, H u g h Clark, M r o n d M rs. Llovd L, Hn>llr>"<>r a n d son. O o ry, a n d M r. a n d M rs. V em P lg n ey, R u p e rt, le ft th is wcnk for Pierre, S. D., to v isit u n til a fte r New Y e a rs day. M r. a n d M rs. Jim E dw ards and fam ily have m oved to O gden, w here M r. E dw ards hiw ta k e n a civil service position In th e ord n an c e deiw t there. M r. E dw ards h a s m onnred. th e B uriey bow ling alleys hero nnd wan p rofe.«lonal a t th e city golf course, M r a n d M ni. Cy Y ea m a n le ft this week for Id a h o F a lls to vw t th e ir doughtef. M rs. S h e rm an A ndem on, a n d also to v isit in L ogan w ith th r lr son. Rex. w hose m a rria g e In aururi * to MLis E stiie r H ovey, Logan, rrcently a n nounced. NHs O- flilndee, c h airm a n. Jnrvis iwe nnd J u d g e C, L, B arclay have been n am ed by O ov. C hase C lark a com m ltt«n on autom obile tire rn tlonlur for Caaala county. Mrs, E lm o P a rish h a s arrivert from P o rt I.ew la. W ash.. wl»ere flie has been w ltii h e r h usband, L Irut, Parish, w ho h a s been tran sferred aw ay from t h a t p m t. She will i m ntn Indefinitely w ith h e r parents, Mr. and M rs, P a v e T aylor. Twelve frien d s of M r. a n d Mrs, C. n a y P e te rs o n, w ho le ft F rid ay to make th e ir hom e in M cm innville. O re.. gave a p a rty in tlie ir liouor, W o ln e s d a y a t th e iiom e of Mr, r Mrs. K arl C arlson. N orm al school to spend tuolr CU rlstnias vacation. N ath an ie l L utaz, son of Mrs, A ru uir G lore, w ho Is enlisted In tlie arm y nlr c o rp s, h a s le ft for Jef son barracks. Mo. Mrs. Y oim g R ogers received word W ednesday tlia t h e r son, BeVt, Is M«te a l P e a tl h a rb o r. H e was- th ere during th e J a p a n e se a ttac k. H3AQ0-EVENING TIMES, TWINFALLS, TOAHO E D E N M r. a n d M rs. R o b e rt L ey a n d son. D ale R oylance. L o s.angelea. are spending th e C h ristm as holidays w ith M r. and M rs. A.J l H enry. M r. a n d M rs. D avid p u lto n a n d son. Dickey. a rriv e d C h ristm a s eve for the h o l l a s w ith M r. a n d M rs. B. K. G ordon, p a re n ts o t M r. P u lto n. Mr. a n d M rs. K en n e th. R oundy, Id sh o Palls, w ere C h ristm a s guests of his p arents. M r. a n d M rs. C hase R oundy. Women of Kimberly Elect New Officers KIM BERLY, Dec. SO (S pecial) Ladles Aid class of th e C h ristian church elected o fficers la s t w eek a t th e hom e o f M rs. H a r r ie t P ltiillo. Elected a s p resident w as M rs. P i- tuho; vice-president, M rs. B ruce Requa; secretary. M rs, T. V. N all, and Mrs. Harlan Fletcher, treasurer. A play, C hristm as in F oreign Lands." w as given u n d e r dlrecu oq of M rs. Nall, T ak in g p a rts were Mrs. C arrie C hapin, M rs. PltuU o. Mrs. N all. M rs. G, I. K lous. M rs, lae Copeey a n d M rs. Recjua. T b o accordion solos w cre ptayed by Mrs. B lanche P roellch. C o-hostesses were M rs. P ro d T rim ble. M rs. C harles Sallee. M rs. Jo h n PoweU and Mrs. P ra n k Storm. SIDE O C B S.. ByGflliUth H O tp EVERYTHING "B ill s a tc a m p,y o u know M a rth a w ore th a t sam e dress w h en th e y ere together last New Year s Eve at the place shes listening to now. cor>..iw> SYHtA mvict,»nc r m. m>l u. i nr. on. j 2 j o _ -aow did «e get tt)ere7r I I M U ip e n d ln t th e W.lw parento ac Sho. to Albion n

10 Page Ten IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO \iuti,-ltecember so, 1941 MARKETS AND FINANCE B y U n ite d P r e s s l i E U n IN c m PRICES nowb o( rim l»bml prioc* ora otf % u A t: < «(f M tp U d «nd We k buj off H to nn* udctibnced link InpoT _, Brill w»t* «mt»tit t» i IMIn* pe-llloii. unlll «fur plu w«r«motuj of _ Dilur*. Trader* found orernlbht *r»ln Hlsh Low ciom CRAIN TABLE CHICAGO-Or.ln r.n lel Ur Bmhii Op«n M if ls7-lj7«u T i Julr _.128.JH4 I28,4 I27i Srpi... 12IHA Mw.. " * - Utr - S«4*?4 Jalr ~ X -. r M«ir - 7»H. Julr _ Hrpt. _ 7DHA B6Ji ir< 6Slt. R«U-I<4!! r T6U CASH CRAIN CmCAOO-Whli No ubim. Comi OM No. 1 tnlied 12>4r. Nn. 1 mli- rd t»e. No. 4 mlifrt 7IWr. No. 1 yellow *le, No. S M1U.W 79. New No. «mlicl 74He. No, S yellow 7S% U> 7«>4r. Ho. 4 rtllow 74 to?*<. No, t yellow 72l,,to 7Tr, No..l Whiu»4l4e. No. 4 while M*:?..Bor be«n.-no, 1 yellow ll.7b»i, No.»»e>l«w *1.71. No. * yellow $1.(1); to it? 8. 0«(f! No. I SS/vf. No. 1 mited WMTlty No. 2 iniied 4 jr. Nu. ) While 67We. No. X while t7.f. No. 4 while 41 to»4o, No. I whll» he«vy 8S to MK*. No. 1 red epecl.l 66>t. I UVESTOCK DENVER MVE8T0CK DEMVER-C«tllei *M: tu e d r: beef W. Ill.2( to SI2.7S..Hacii loo: ullte. renerally tcady, elranr to loe biiher: tup SI / BImpi 2.800: >11 rlumi elcody: f«t UMte, rerkhxit lll.7ii, trurklne t i l lo ttu O l feeder Itmba IID.tO to tl0.7t (nu lm<b Mld> I ewee t«.so to W.7S. OCPEN LIVESTOCK OQDEN-Honi 4H. limilcd ««rlr eupply e)«ded.up *t *U*dif to loc hisher price*.. top tlm S ou beet IIS to 210 Ib. butch- 4a.~M k-llm M - elaht* toad l«--ftb»l«a IXl.l«te t n.lt, ll«>il*t down to 4tO >od medium weuhu >bet. 2)0 Ibe.. II0.1t to 111. beery buuber* *nd weuhu.usdtrmm lb«.. II0.2( to ; packlns emi to tt.u.. C*U1* 1(9. Ilow. fm h rvmlpu verr lliht to tnow itom. pricm Uto Monder I few ule* todir itm dr a t Mondajri.Irid n n M on n «t d U M. bulk komi If!<«*. I>4I to IIO.tO. few 111. c<rm- to Brilum odd let! M to I*. f««den 7 IT.n to t«.70. (ood to elmtca lliht to llo.to.-m»dl8m ta i(» 4 b sib u r M Cm. ia.st to , comnon buf«n t< down. RMdlun to n o d cowe BMtJy t7.u to ts.lt. odd b««d to III.BO, to eommen eowi t i to (7. (w d to, e e bulb to tl.bo, medium bulu down, bulk beet vealen tll.to to IK.. mlddi vealer* 111 down. < «MkT.»IS l - lllim d «n. f.ooo. notblnv done early, UU odd im>u tou aood to <holr«.... ft.v o rs i <.SI9: CBtVM too; bmf (tmt( tfwdy to tte k w tri ebole* 1,111 lb. M bldf ISe lower < OMAHA LIVBSTOCK bmaha-horei l.ooo: alea.ly to I< I w r ; top howvrer w u loo higher a t (I C tu!*l.t«0: ealree 200) (low. ateady W veftki eholee fat euer* under 1,180 lbs., lu to tll.lo I few load* held hrsher.....a m i t.oeai fat Jamb bid* l&a lower KANSAS CITY I.IVKSTOCK. XAN8AB CITY-Hoei> I.OOOl falrlj UN to, ftll InUrwt*. wt«k to loo I Umd Hasdair* arerace; top U.. CatUai I.UOi ealree lot rbnlm 1,11 f O i r * IlM ti aomt held huher. i S T m. lir ii V.hiep.l e d / r t NEW YORK STOCKS NEW Y O RK. Dec. 30 OJ.tO - T h e market cl(«ed higher. A ir R cdiictl S A m erican W oolen AloAkn Juncftii :... i S Allied Chemlcftl K 3H A llied Stor AUla C hain A m erican < Am. Com, A1... Amcrlcnn * Foreign Power. A m ertcaii I c e... Amertc«J\ LocQinouve... A m erican MeUUs... A m erican R ad. St 8 td. Btn.. A m erican Rolling MIUa... American SmlU. & Refining A m erican T el. & T el... A m erlcaji Tobacco B A naconda Copper... Arfnour p f ; lo S... 40>);...127/4..f... 48* Atchison. Topekft, it 8anU Pe... 27% A tlantic R e fin in g A uburn A uto... no sates B aldw in Locomotive B altim ore St O hio... 2Mi B endlx A viation B ethlehem Steel...66H Borden IBi B ulova ,. 7>4,. :7.i C alifornia Packing... C anadian Pacific... I. Case Co...65H O crro.do P u c o C orp ,i Chesapeake & O h io...34h C hicago G re at W cstem...;... IMi CM.. Mil. St. PfluJ and P acific...no tales C hicago St N orthw estern*...no sales C hrysler C orp P e n nsylvania R. R r Peoples O o a... - Phelps Dodge PhllU pa Petroleum »l PUtabury Flour - 14 P itta Screw St B o l t Public se rv ice of N. J P u llm a n P u re O i l R adio Corp. of A m e ric a... 2H R adio KelUi O rpheum... SIA Reo M otor R epublic Steel R eynolds ToSacco B H Seora R o e b u c k Bhell U nion O il... S im m ons Co Socony V acuum... S outh ern Pacific S o u th ern R ailw ay... Sperry C orporation S ta n d a rd B rands... S ta n d a rd O as St E le c tric Standorii Oil of California Standard Oil of Indiana 27>A Slandftrd Oil of New Jersey...42 S tu d eb a k er Bun-hlne M ines Sw ift a n d Co Ti T exas C o rp o ra tio n T exas G ulf T exas St Pacific C. St O. fl T im k e n R oller B earing T ran sa m erla a O nion Carbide...: U nion P o d C olorado F. <fc I.... Coltmibla G as... C om m ercial Solvents... C om m onw ealth Sc Southern. Ctjnsolldated Copper C onsolidated Edison O i l... C o n tin en tal C a n C o n tin en tal Oil... ;.. C o m Product!.. D u P o n t... E astm an K odak ; E lectric Pow er & L ight... :.U/10 Erie R. R... No sales P lrestpne T ire 4: Rubber F re ep o rt Sulphur G eneral Electric... 2BH G en e ra l P o o d s b G en e ra l M o to rs O U lett«safety R a z *... 3 G oodrich G oodyear T ire Se R u b b e r G raham «Palge... C /l«g re a t N o rth e m.p f G reyhound Corp H ouston O il % Howe B o u n d H udson Boy M. St B H udson M otor In d ep e n d en t Rayon...25 In sp. Copper in tem o U o n o l Tel. Si Tel... IH Jo h n s M a n v U le... 63?; K an sa s C ity S ou th ern... 2 K en n e co tt C o p p e r K reage li & M ver# B 6 9 4,. 14% SIOCKS ADVANCE ON lale SPyilTS NEnV YORK. Dec. 10 (U P )-tu llrred o( IX ielllm pre*«bre. the (taek narkat to*,iy ipurtod I to more than ( point* In a belated year-vnd rally. It wa* the wldeat adranea ainee Nor. 1*40. and roluma up to the I«*t part the aeulon waa Um hearleat Id " month*, a ll n n llghlebed, U nited A ircraft C P... U nited A irlines... U nited C orporation... U nited F r u i t... U nlt«d Go* Im p... U nited S to tis R ubber... U n ite d S ta te s Steel... W arn er B rothers fl UT /18 W orth in g to n P u m p C U RB STOCKS Am. Locom otive St T r a la... A m erican S u p e r Pow er A ssociated G as A ] B ra zilian T r... B u n k e r H lll-s ulllvan... C ities S e r v ic e... Crocker Wheeler E lectric B ond St S h a re... Ford M otor. Lin G ulf O il Pennsylvania. U ccla HirniW e 0 «... New M o n U n a ta m m g n o sales N ia g ara H udson Pow er... P e n iiro a d... U n ite d O aa C orporation U nited L ig h t St Pow er A... U tm u e s Pow er L lght..n o sales - ) Local Markets Buying Price* BOPT WHEAT reduced i Sva* tax MiuM codubum. iukkl ci erliig and relnreetnenl demand Uf prlcoe eaally, eapeclally In tha Inrfatm flvorlue. American Telephone alood out In recovery. At lu hlah, the itock aold IM4 up «4 fiwm tha pr*»loo» eloaa. and UP KVt from the low elnca 1»I8. tnade i few day* aso on rumor* of an Impendlni dirldend redueuon. of ri*«wa *Alll*d* chemlmi tou*h*d--14t up 4%i merlran AlrJIne* 48 up th : Amarkai j. 60 up t : Du Pont 14(4 up S4 : O*. lletme 168 up 4; Union Carbide 74% ui and We.Unihouaa Electric 77. up 24. Chm ler touehrr 48% up 2; and C eral Motor* at It* top for the day of I wai up 14. Tire Usuea made lood rovefle* wuh U. S. Rubber preferred.% up»u. U*ek TnlcV, made a t at St% up 14. United BUt«* Rleel lu u n. featured met*... The common atoek aold at t4h tip and (he preferred 1174 up ts. Beth lehent wa* at 8SVi up 14. Amarlcai SmelUnK sained more than a point. Oil ihare* mored up tharply after r«* OIM... Compi... eatur«cypeum and JohncHanrllle, which cain* ed 2 polnu or more each. Uercantlla harca had cain* raaclni to I polnta many department atoree. Dow Jone* prellmlnanr eloalnc ab arer*aea: lniju*lrlal. lll.j l. up S.tl: r».«o. up O.JS: uiillty. 14.V0. up 0.4S:. IS ttocki. 1.0>. up "lock aalr* approalmaled Z.ttO.OOO aharea...init yeeurday »la* were td.om r «c tlfl.ooo In the prrrki* *eai mparcd will) POTATOES I (On«dealer quotwl). OTUES GRAIN3 (Darlay and oau market tiaetualee with local feeder demand. No uouormllt In dally prleaa «ootad. Uay vary 10a to lie CHICAGO Shlpmenu 4111 car*. toi dau t\t.ot& car*. (new> tot acaton <old). lit,>01 car*, (new) 74 arrlrata. 40 can. on track t>4 cart. verted 4t can. auppllea moderate, demand lisht. market of Idaho Itua«eta unaettladi Olhrr tlork itoady., Irlahu IluaMt llurbank* waited. I t2.70; extra U. R. No. I, 4 ra n. 12.(0.... wa*hed U. 8. No. 1. I ran. (2.(0; 1 car. (l.ts ; washed. 1 car V. R. No. 1. unwa*hed Nebruka UllM Trlumpha, 1 car wa*hed.. I2.t0: Colorado Red clure*. 1 ear, t l. l t ;, Ulnttnota ---- North Pakota Red Rlrer valley. Bllaa Triumph*. 1 ear aood Quallly. waihed. II St to 9S. per cant U. S. No. t. waabad. : «T. t\.w. \ tar. tl.s ti 1 «T. tl.m ; -»«wa*hed. 1 ear. 11.(0: csbblen. 1 car.ali- D bruehed. tl.70. Wbconain Green mouu talne. t car Kood quality. 11.(0. New atotk aupplle* lltht. Demand very lltht. Market about ataady no track *alea raportad. CHICAGO ONIONS CHICAGO Onion market <to lb. *acki)t Wltcontln yellowa l l.i t : Idaho whitaa n. t t ; Idaho Spanlth Potato Futures (Q n o U tlo n i fo rn lsh ed by Scdl«r> W egener a n d com pany. E lks bolld- iflc, telephone 010). Hllh Low Ck)*«Jan (0 «. t t l2.ts (los can traded). H a r th M.Ot tl.ll a traded). (Ona dealer «uo(«l). toaa dmiler Qoetad). M issouri. K an sa s Si T e x a s 5/18 M ontgom ery W ard...35h M u rray N osh K elv ln ato r. POTATOES.. No. 1 U. 8. RuaeeU No (Ob«dealer ouolad). U. 8. Huaaeu No. I Ru**«U No. 1 N ational C ash R egister.. CHICAGO MVRSTOCK 6HIOAOO-KcHn> M.OOO: lo in toohow- r i lop i i i. t i : bulk 190 to t40 lb*, tio.oo to IU.I9I 140 to 100 Ib. hulchera. Ilb.7t U tu i aowa I t.tt to Cattlei T.IDOI ralrra I.OOOt.(..r* weak (9 i(«k>weri tor II4.M on yaarllnn: be.t %ald abon IM.IOi welihly ateen l lt.lt a l t.h fad heifer* firtni to p lll. U e n i T.009: early bid* ainund llt.tb fed lambai aeklnt ileady or up. N otlonol G ypsum N atio n al Pow er St U g h t.... 2% New Y ork C e n tr a l... 8 N. Y.-N. «. Se H a r tf o rd... 6/32 N orth A m erican N orth A m erlcon Aviation O hio G il P acific G a s St E lectric... liv, P ack ard M otors P oro m o u n t-p u b »i J. C. Penney Co...78 BEANS Great Northern* No. 1...W.tO (iraat Northerna No J.40 ipira daalen qjiolrdi one nul available). ; ward to lll.t9. PORTI.ANI> MVRSTOCK, PORTLANr>-ii«ni 490. Acllva..lea.ly to atnnt. (Vmd to rbnlfe 1(( (< l i t Ih., 111,71 Ip t i l l 110 l(> lao lh to lil.bol lliihl lliht*. t i l In packini towa, tl.to to 0.. Calllai lovr <alr*a It. D m and aellve. egmmon to medium half.n 11 to 110; rul- ; lar* down to tl.toi bwt fad heifer* Mon. h "Hh.epi I I... Steady with Monday-. > in tlar rowa. t( i almdyj tew acmand chnire IHO in 110 Ih... f ll.ll topi imall luu local f«l tll.k to *» m»dluni and soihi aowa. «.I8 SauW i-lee, tolly luadyl m*.llum and «eu atom t i l to lu.m l lou rom- awn and madlum» in 110.(01 few (.md, m n to IM ti aommnn and madluw m i to ll.t«l aanner* and rult.r*. t l k TMl aalreai tto. realera fully aleady, «W waaki few n o d and rh«1ra realer*. I ll to I roamon and medium 110.(6 B K iu fl*m en*and Mona offerad. M Ohio Delalna had a I / l a o r a r l U t o -.. cir vwtock T Salt Lake Mining Stocks.014 loos Iark lllak... Mumble... Hllver Xln«Ooal.. TInlla Hlandard... II.«n ) victor Oon...at Walker....t*4, Wllherl - tuma \ LONDON RAM IILVEH I/INDON-Spot bar *llr*r waa quolad ilank of Kniland maintained lie aold buylna»rua at. aklulnw pee» * MBTAU NEW YOnK-Tuday-a.u.k.*a emellaea p r ( far ilel *ere4 metou aeau >er Ib.) Tim - Nffw York b i t fli. UuU Anllnwny, AmeriwnH. (Ona dealer quoted).. 8. Buakeu No. 1 KU*mU N (Two daaura «uot«l). (Ona dealer quotad). (One dealer quotad). (Ona dealer quotad). MVK POULTRY (Ai lha Ranchi Colored haei. over 4 Ibe.. Colored ham, uniler 4 Ibe.. l.e«hom hen*, over tu Ibe. - i In b o rn hena. under lu lb*. CoFore-l fryer*. IA lo 4 i b a. l O)lorad reaatara. i Kluck. faej. 100 I No. 1 buturfal.. No. I buiurfal» la P A N S P V lr lt O N M D S T O L D (Fraa Para Oaa) 1 who for 20 years h a d been a freq u en t vmltor a t Schofield b a r- rocki, t2ie U. S. army post. ", T h a t Jap an ese vegeu hle de*lh a d knowledge abo u t m ovem ents In and out of p o rt of u n its of th e A m erican navy because th e y delivered their produce to the ships. 4. T h a t advertisem ents, in n o c en t looking and accepted by new spapers In good faith, m ay h av e co n tain ed code messages to th e fif th c olum n- Uts. This Is not intended as an indictm en t of all Japanese in H onolulu. O n the whole they w ere Industrious, dependable and well behaved. B u t esvough o t Ihenv w ere f ilth e o lu m n - UU to m ake th e a tta c k successful. T h e facts, If presented to th e A m cr- icon people now, m ay help p u t them on th e alert In o th e r pote n tia l a re as of danger. E arly Sim day m orning th e dow n patrol w ent out on Its. reg u la r s u r vey and reported n o th in g u n u su a l wos happening In th e a re a covered by its flight. Shortly oftcrw ard during a "sabotage a lert" th e J a p anese (truck. Bom bs fell on h a n g a rs crowded w ith planes.. E m pty h a n gars were Ignored. T he JajA nese knew precisely w hen to o tu c k w here th e ir objectives were. Som e of th e Ja p an e se a v iato rs sh o t down were w earing th e rin g s of Honolulu high schools a n d O regon SU te. Som e of th e Ja p an e se a g en ts caught during o r a fte r th e ra id h a d been trusted figures in H onolulu fo r twenty years or more.. The strength arid Im portance of the Japanese community on the H a waiian Istands tios h ith e rto pos.<ied w ithout notice on th e A m erican m ainland. The Japanese form the biggest ra cial group In th e Islands, a ccounting for of th e to U l population of ond outnum bering b o th th e native H aw allans a n d A m e ri- c a a i of w hite stock, Many of th e Ja p an e se resid en ts a re American citizens w ith th e rig h t to vote. PoM Udans In th e Islands could not afford to overlook o r o f fend this Important bloc of voters. P artly for th is reason, Ja p an e se of American n a tio n ality in filtra te d Into the police departjnent.and obtained ]obs as road supervlsorfi. sanita ry Inspectors o r m inor govern- inent officials. Many w ent to w ork In th e p o st- office and te lep h o n e serv ice ideal posts for spies. Som e worjced. th e ir w ay into th e electric a n d s a s c o m panies and other public utilities v ita l to defense and civilian needs. As A m erican cltliens. th e y were a d m itte d to th e te rrito ria l gu ard w hich w as assigned to p ro tec t key poinu in a n emergency. Even a fte r evidence of trea ch e ry h a d accum ulated, old A m erican res- idenu refused t<kquesllon th e loyalty o f m any of th e ir Japonese-A ihcrican friends. Army and navy officers continued to keep Jap an ese se rv a n ts In, th e ir liomcs. Nothing Abnormal Despite the fa c t t h a t th e - d a w n patrol, w hich w ent u p a t 5 a. m.. r e ported Jap Navy Threat to Manila Is Reported B y FR A N K H SW IC T T M ANILA. Dec. 30 (UJ>>-A Japanese; n a v al threav A fk nila-w as reported today wmie Omted SUtes and. Philip p in e forces maide a. s to n e - w a ll s ta n d a g ain st v u tly stronger J a p an ese Invasion, arm ies on th e n o rth - m an4 southern Luzon fronts. The Philippines Herald quoted reliable sources th a t during «heavy Ja p an e se airp lan e raid yesterday on th e Corregldor island fortress a t th e e n tra n ce to M anila bay, Jap an ese w orships a ttem p ted to approach but s driven o ff bs coast defenke guns. I t w as believed, the new spaper said, tiia t th e Japanese shlp«w ere m aking a te s t of th e Islands stre n g th w ith a view to a possible big scale a tta c k from sea os well a s la n d a n d air. A com m unique Issued from the field h e a d q u a rte n of O en. Douglas M oca rthur. com m ander In chief, sold a t 11:50 a. m.: E verything Is quiet." Barge of Optimism T h e re was a w d d en surge of optim ism in I t a, and hope rose th a t h e lp w as coming Irom th e U n ite d States. C om pletely tm conflrm ed reports of th e a rriv a l, o r im m inent arrival, of reinforcem ents sw ept th e city. R eg ard!eis of these, such statem en ts as th e one th a t the navy w as no t Idle, a n d th e assurances of P resident Roosevelt, caused a general public feeling th a t th e effect of United- S ta te s stre n g th would be fe lt soon in th e rice fields of Paglaslnan. in th a n o rth, a n d th e coconut gtojes of Toyabas in the south. P re sid e n t M anuel J* Q uezon and V ice-p resident Sergio O sm cna were inaugura te d o t on inform al c «e - m ony a t th e ir secret headquarters in the interior today for a second term. "O nly th e B erlanlng" U nited S tate s High Com m issioner F ra n cu. B. Sayre, speaking a t th e ceism o n y. re a d a latory riie tsag e fro m P resldeot RooHvelt a n d sa id, In h is ow n behalf, th a t th e U n ite d S tc te s a n d th e PhlUppines h a d becom e b r o th e n In bloodshed fo r th e d efense of th e ir coznmon ideals. T h is c o m ndm hip. b e said, could never die. " T h e re a l struggle is only beginning, a n d th e re c an b e no quesuon w hataoever o f its ultim ate outcome. h e said. D isp a tch e s fro m th e fighting fro n t, though they did not minimise the> trem endous handicap under w hich th e U nited S la te s and Philip-, p in e s forces w erefighting, said ttuit th e Ja p a n e se despite repeated a t ta ck s nxade a i heavy coet had tailed to g a in a single inch In the last 24 h o u rs on e ith e r th e Lingayen front, to th e n o r th o f M anila, or the A nti- m o n a n fro n t, to th e south. R e p o r u rea ch in g M anila ta ld the confidence o f a ll defense forces was in c re asin g a n d th a t m a n for m an th e A m ericana a n d Filipinos were v a stly superior to th e Japanese. T h ese rep o rts continued to say. in c o n tro d lctio n of official inform ation, th a t th e Ja p an e se were u sln y n ian y ow troops. N» M a tch Individually I t w aa said s p e c ia lly th a t, i seasoned, th e Ja p an e se hod proved no m a tc h fo r th e defense forces h o n d to h o n d fighting. C orregldor, t Impregnable fo rtre ss Island 30 m iles o u t o t the n o rth o f M a n ila boy, th e Japanese h a d lo st a t le o ft four planes, added to. th e m ore optmlsuc atm osphere h e re., W atc h ers ash o re h a d seen a fleet of 27 Ja p an e se plones fly out for th e bom bing, a n d h a d w atched 23 re* tu r n R e p o rts w ere received from the n o rth th a t a Ja p an e se attem p t to bom b tw o railroad bridges near C a- lu m p lt, 27 m iles n o rth of M anila, h o d failed com pletely. BUTTER, EGGS SAN PRANCISCO SA-N FRANCISCO-UutUr: «1 core S7e. 1 aoora 1(<!. to aeora Stc. 81 Kora tie. Era*) I>arsa l( 4 e. medium I44e. larao aundania I44«. «m«ll 2 4e- Markets at a Glance officers told m e. It w as discovered a fte r the attack th a t huge sw ath es in th e shape of arrow s h o d been c u t in th e sugar can e fields p o in t ing tow ard the objectives soijght by the Japanese airmen. This fifth colu m n iob w ould a ppear to h av e been accomplished betw een th e tim e th e dow n patrol retu rn e d ond th e a tta c k which began Just before 8 a. m. Japanese "ham " o r a m a te u r radio operators were caught, a p p aren tly w ith tlie a irc ra ft Stock* ilmn* and acllva. Bond* hlaher; U. S. (OvefBminIa Ir- resular. Curb atocki up fraction* to mora than point. Stiver unchanaed. Whrat up 4 e buihel: corn off N HUGAR NEW YORK-No. 1 conirart fulurei nnchansed lo off 1 point*! no nale*. Clo*a Jan. II.O( to 19.10; March II to a y w to 11.0(1 July M-OS.N. No. 4 ronlract aalta 1,2(0 ton*. Cloae.in to 12.(14: M*rch <}.«8 V 1.«8U : Mar 12.(84 <> «- " 4 : Kepi. IJ.71 to U 72; J.H, H4I,. Nl March tl.tt N; May II.»t II. I lilt I lond.y harrowa ami lilta. eatnme top) paakaaea aood 4*9 CatUei 19. Unevenly hither: around (Oe up on *lr«r*i one b>ail (und ilaere, tlt.ls ; ihree cart Ibe., I l l : cowl row top IV.ti i paal two daya almc«runaway niarkel cm llmlto<l (rurkin diirr cow* I ixld miailh cow> I7.7B li> m.zti bulk dairy row* l7.b0i wry III.7II medium aau.e.e built IH firm. Calreei None. N-mlnal: «x)d to choire vaalen <iuot«d at III l<i... 8heepi None. Nominal, w<>ile<t l*ml-e.fari-e, quo»«1 tu.lh> i.. H I: -cmi.,1 >dlum to ch.il«a 14.(1 0 1B.(( NAMES.. in the NEWS Kimberly Schools Consider Plans to Operate Saturday K IM D B RLY, Dec. 90 (S p e cla D - ayatem conduct reg u la r cloues S a tu rd o y i durin g J a n u a ry and F e b ru ary wlh he considered early n e x t w eek by Uie bo a rd ot tnuteea. T lie Bfoposol, m ade by th e K im berly faculty, ts Intended to perm it com pletion of achool early in May so boya c a n accept farm work. Berloui aiio rtag e loonu In fa rm labor next p rln g, aooordlng to Bupt. L. A. Thoir% a. T h e K im berly tchoou reopened M onday a fte r Uie C hristm as vacation. Attendance waa 08 per cent, SAFE AT SEA W ord fro m H erb ert -Z eke- U r - ton, m em b er of th e U nited SUiUm navy, to hu mou ier, M rs. E. V. Lar> on, T w in FoUa, te ll th a t lie is safe M tnew hera a t sea. Hit censored le tte r w as w ritte n Deo. II a n d received h e re yeeterday. His lost pre< vious le tte r h a d been w ritte n Deo.a from Pearl harbor. Oanad* spandi 1UJ) annually on her publlo lohoou. By United Freaa BrIIUh Foreign Hecrelary Anthony Eden, bark ln. L«ndon from hu Moeoow conferences with Premier Joeef HUIIn, aald the perferm- aneee a t the Kttoalan army that he aaw al the rrant had been truly P rofessor P a u l B Irdsall of W illiam s college told A m erican hls- to rla ls in Olilcngo th a t sim ilar forces c arried th e U nited S tate s Into two W orld w ars w ith in a q u a rte r o f a century... He suggested that prevention of a th ir d m ay de[>eiia on A nglo-a m erican solid arity " to ate a "system of w orld orner". A dm iral OU ester W. N linlu will assum e, com m and of th e U nited S U te s fleet dt P e a rl h a rb o r to m o r. row... H e rellevee V ice-a dm iral W illiam P ye, w ho took over w hen A dm iral H usband & K im m ell was ousted... ATgeitUnaa a n b a a a a d e r i«( le r - m any, R icardo O live... haa been T h e M ayer. A ngele Ito H l w tih i n g th e Han Franefawo elvlu an defense e fer pelttke.. Jean ArUtur. J o m Bennett, Vir> flnla Bruoe and other fuoi stars liave started a movement tot a oingle et of N tw Years resolutions, ptedglog auoout euppocl to Uw P ru d e n t lor "viotoiy In IM2-.. carriers or plane.v O th e r Ja p an e se w ere seized photogrnphlng dam age to noval a n d m ilitary objectives. Japanese truck d riv e n. I w as told, drove from side to side o f th e road from Honolulu to H lckom field to delay Amerlcon pilots w ho were fm ntlcolly trying to reoch th e ir plnnea. Sim ilar other tricks showed tlm ot knowledge of th e h a b its of A m erican arm y and navy offlcera. I t woa. of courxe, well know n th a t m nny officers w ent to p a rtie s In H onolulu on Bntiirdny n ig h t and sp e n t the nirhl In tow n. I t nl.vi was known th u t w arshliia In Im rbor opened th e ir w nler-llr ht doors for denning purpftir.i rorly In thfl m orning, m aking th rm m ore vulnerable to torpedo attack. A tu ckh nuildlngs B ut th e Japnnrne nlso knew th a t th e offlcera ot W heeler field h a d to live a t th e stnllnn. Bo W hen they had bombed Uir Imniiara. Uiey n t- tocked th e dwrlllnga w ith m nclilnc guns and nerlnl rnnnon to prev en t officers from nm hlng o u t to th e ir plnnea. At th e».awn tli«e olhiir were helpink lo delay otflcera dnnh- Ing by ro r Im tu H niinliihi to H lrk - iini field by ulriillnx Ihn rond w ith m achine gun» nnd runnnn. O ther evldrncf nf Japanene e sp i onage was fouiiil In Die planm w h irh were sh o t down. Ov.er th e in n tn im en t panels w era n»n[vi show ing th e ex- oct location o f,th e principal ven- iiels of tha tieet. th e h a n g ars a n d ou ier targets a t lllckam. W heeler and other arm y fields a n d a l F o rd Island and.kaoitrohe. Uie naval a ir stations. W hen I le ft ItnnnluUl 10 days ngo, I was informed tlmt Jaiwneae m em bers of th e territorial guard w ere Btlll itatloned a t reservoirs, nnw er plants and other publlo utilities. Japanese-A m erlrnna still held posts In tlie postofflce and telephone aerv- Ice. Too iiir American residents to w hom T poke w ere Inclined to feet t h a t It was Impoeslblft lo deal effentlvely wltli a fifu) cniiiinn w hich n u m bered m ore th a n po te n tia l member*. I pointed o u t to some of Uiem th a t B ritain had Rj>nedlly in te rn ed <n- reethoted th e cllvltielt of 100,- 000 enem y aliens In 1040, t ii a t th e transported 000,000 Volga G erm a n s to on area w here they could d o nb h a rm and th a t O erm ony h o d p r e vented th e potential lllu i colum it ot m ore Uian «)0 In Uie occupied countries from Involving th e G erm an arm ed f o n e t In a oat4u> H eeem to feel, how ever, th a t Ited BU tee oould n o t d eal 0 decisively w ith th e th r e a t to th e principal navsl bam. WAR AID CANVASS. READY TO START (Fraa Pas* One) Jep o n cse ottock and colling for civ- illonfl to a c t os "Good S am a rlto n s for those who will need aid. W om ens Leaders L eoders of the w omens group w hich wiu heod the realdenuol con- vosslng arc: M rs.-r. W. C arpenter, chairm an; M rs. C. H. K rengel, M rs. N ettle Som erville. M rs. R. L. Reed. Mrs. H arry Elcock. Mrs. F rank K leffner. M rs. W. W. H iom as. M rs. W illiam B aker, Mrs. Ja ck Bell, M rs. M)lo Cook, all of Twin Fails. M rs. Jo h n BrccScnrldge, Mrs. M ark K null. M rs. W. R. Chose. Mrs. A rch Coiner, Mrs. L. H. Perrlne, M rs. Clifford Evans, Mrs: W. A. H ow ard, M rs. C. E. Grieve. M rs. R. A. G rohom. M rs. J. J. KellUier. M rs. V em EsUnger. Mrs. J. T. A nderson. M rs. C. B. Lindsey and M rs. R.. D lnghom. all In n irai a re as near T w in FolU Pick A sstitanu E ach of these women, P r. S c o tt sold, wlu scloct obout eight o r 10 v olunteer a ssistan ts. I n all. m ore th a n 100 women will be convosslng th e T w in Folia city ond ru ra l areas. Scores m ore w lll be working In th e oth e r com m unities in the T w in Falia ch o p lcr oreo. Those communltl(!s have set up their own branch units.. H ugh Phillips, chairm an of th e sou clutlon In Uie T w in F a lls business district, announced th is a fte r noon th e following cholrm en for th o t phoae of Uie drive H arry B a rry, for R otary club; O erftld W allace, K lw anls; R o n a l d G raves, U o n s; U ert Sw eet, Jr., 20*30 club. A cholrinoivfor th e Cham ber of Com - mcrco Vis to be chosen lotr today. D r. t t. In his rodlo t&lk la st evening! pointed out tliot "Uie flowe r of o ir young m onhood 1* going fo rth tq cruel wor a t g reat sacrifice; som e will lie m aim ed; some will give th e suprm io sacrifice of th e ir lives; some will bu prisoners of w ar In alien a n d unfrlriully lands." Calling un civilians, he said; ClvltU n( Can Help nio n e of us whose lot It la to re m ain o t linm e have the privilege of carrying the banner In o ur own m a n n e r According to our ow n a b ilities. O ur boya u t Uie fro n t a n d In m e training cam ps m ust be sup- j)orkid In d ilrlt by o friendly service to them niiel th e ir fonilues. "O ur boys In prison cam ps In enem y lanrtu m nst be given succor U ielr dbtresa ot spirit a n d body.., O u r Kovemment and o ur m ilita ry auuiorltlea welcome a n d re q uest itii nitmicy to represent na in o ur drulrr u> bo helpful lo tlie i>er- sonol n rrd.1 of our m en n n d e r arnui. T h e offlclnl ngency so dealgnoted la th e A iiirilinn Ited 6ross W ith lla connectlnn w ith th e In tern a tio n al Red Ornns. W herever In fields o f oc- llon th e Atnrn and atrlpee a re flying. Uie lied Croaa flag U unfurled alongaldo 11. Ued C tm s m en a re on every fronu ()]>p«r(unlty te Aid "Voiu opimrtunlty to do the kindly tilings you surely desire to do for Is to conlrtbute gen- SUPPORT BA N FRANCISCO, Dcc. 30 dj.r) T h e T ow nsend H arris post No. 346, A m erican Legion, passed a resolution reaffirm ing alleglonco to th e U nlt«d S ta te s a n d declaring Uie m em bership "ag ain ready and an x io u s to serve th e nation and to co m b o t treacherous invaders a n d enem ies of th is country n am ely, Ja p a n. Q erm any and thelt satelutes." T ow nsend H arris post ts composed exclusively of, San F ra n cisco Ja p an e se w ho saw service in th e la s t w ar. RITES.ARRANGED FOR. GUN U N SH O SHONE. Deo. 30 (S p «ia l) F u n e ra l services for P ete Nebekcr, 23. acc id en ta lly killed yesterday of* te m o o n w hile on a rab b it h unting trip, will be held a t th e local M o- sonic hal) F ridoy. Jo n 2. a t 3 p. i t w aa announced thu afternoon. B u ria l w in be in th e Shoshone c em etery u n d e r th e dlrecuon of th e B u rd e tt m ortuary. T h e. m is h a p occnrred o t p oint A bout n in e m iles from her«w hen NebcUer a n d tw ocom ponlons, Alva N ebeker, a b ro th er, a n d Lawrence R o n d s, a frien d, w ere hunting. T he vic tim w as seoted on a rock and was apparently loading h is gun when It discharged, th e.23 bullet striking h im in th e h e a r t Before he fell from th e rock to th e ground th e two c om panions h e ard him - say "Im sh o t. R u a h ed to th e otd c c o t a Ooodlng phyvlclon. h e woa pronounced dead, T h e victim wos b o m Mav > IB ll, a n d h a d resided In thlli eectiun for yearo. H e Is survived by hla wife, H o n n ali, a n d his parents, Mr. and M rs. W. F ro n k N ebeker. all ot Slio- hone. Five brouiers, four of them resid in g here, also survive. Tlie fifth b ro th e r Is now o n -o mission for th e L. D. 8. c hurcli. T hree m arried siste rs also aurvlve. 4jrMuwd rron St,OM M IMO ta 110/. Oii In IMft. Moordlm to twmm croiisly. aiul I i. to relipf fund of the A m erican Red CroM " D r. Scott concluded w ith Uils a s- eru on: "W o a rr a geiieroui people, a re a kliwuy i«ople, we a re d e fe n d ing our wiiy of llfe -w lilo h U Uie. O hru U an wiiy and not th e heau ien- l(h w ay. Itnnem ber P earl h arbor, es, by all mrans-t-but a t th e sam e tli\in reinniilirr the Quod S am ari- ton." FINE n a lp li n. tu i i, wlui Uis U nited S tate a navy, iias w ritten to his m r - enu, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. E aton, Twin Fulls. Uiat Im li "well a n d feeling fine." T lie iriie r, received yeiterdoy, was Uie flm t meaiage Uiey h a d rs - etttved from him ilnoe th e w»r In the Paolfio lu rted. As w ith all censored h avy letters, h li w hereabouts WM n o t Indicated, _ Scrvlce Stations e r o are 18,71 gssollos ssrvlos stsuous 111 Tsxas, msfs than In eu\«r Mate. New York, muttia rank Ini sute, has 100 1cm. i l M M l O D U D K IM B E R L T. D ee. 90.< 6 peelal)- : junlor-kicm- h ig h school iday will be a n t a e n t J a n. 8 a t 9 p. m.t b e Dlay id l l b«*x lttie W om en," which fo r su g e r a U o h s h a s renuoiwd th e - m o st p o p u la r juvenile novel w ritte n by a n A m erican sovelltt, Louisa M. Alcott. T h e c h a ra c te rs qf Jo, M eg. Amy, B eth, M arm ee, L aurie, Pro(eaior B h o e r a n d J o h n B rooke\4urti Uved in th e h e a r ts of m illions o f,boys a n d glrta au o v e r th e w orld, fo r Uils classic o f A m erican life h a s been tra n s la te d in to every know n tongue..q}ie play Is im d e r th e dlrecu on of I n g e r s o U. speech a n d dram au cs InsU W tor a t th e h ig h school T h e c a st Is a s follows: Jo, V lr n la B u lth e r; M eg, G race M cew en: A iw, EsU ier S h e w m a k er; B eth. R egina U rban; M arm ee, C am illa Freestone; L au rie, Bob Sutm U ler; John Brooke. L loyd W eldenm an; A unt. M arch. E llecri T ote; M r. M arch (fa th e r), R ex W ood; Professor B haer, p a le S choth. Girli 5, Gives $1.04 Saving To Red Cr8 B ecauie s h e cou ld n t get a telephone call th ro u g h, a sm all girl ab o u t five y e a rs old b ro u g h t In her savings b a n k w ith tl.0 4 for th e Red Cross w ar l e f cam paign. T h a t In cid e n t typified response to Uie ra d io aucu on w hich provided the klck*off la s t flig h t fo r th e T w in Palls c h ap te rs w a r a id drive. D r. Chirlefl R. 6 c o tt, g e n e ra l c h airm a n, said today. $1,500 tiiv en H ie aucu on. publicised inadvance by new sp a p er a n d rad io, brought c ash re tu rn s of 1,500. O f th a t a m ount tl.ooo was credited to th e T w in F a lls c h a p te r a n d $500 t? o th e r R ed C ross u n its beceuse the bidders o n muslcal req u e st num bers resid ed w iu iln Jilrisdictlons outside th at of the local chapter. A lth o u g h th e local c h ap te rs c«n- viualne does n o t begin u n til W n e t-, doy m o rn in g, th e office h a d W O In c o ntributions before la st nights broadcast a d d e d >1.000 m ore. Q uota 1s $5,500. O vertim e T h e a u c tio n w as su c h a h it. acc ord ing to - D r. S c o tt. to o t- H ra n - from 8 to 0 p. m.. instoad o f h a lting a t 8:30. a n d w as th e n resum ed from 9:30 to 10 p. m. C hic C rabu w, c h airm a n o f th e e v en t, w as special announcer. Fledges In th e form o f bids on request n u m b e rs cam e from Tw in Falls. B uhl. F iler. Jerom e, K lm ber- Iv. H ansen, M u ru u g h, S hoshone ond B arley. T h e M o u n ta in S ta te s Telephone a n d T e le g ra p h system cooperated by "hooking In " a.*! e x tra td ephone for Uie b ro ad cast. C alls a n d replies In reg a rd to bids w en t o u t over the a ir. O th e r C hildren D r. S c o tt sa id th a t several other ch ild ren b ro u g h t In th e co n ten ts of their penny and dim e savings banks. A n u m b e r o f a d u lts also walked to th e stau on to m ake contrbotlons because they couldnt coml>let«telephone calls. "M any o f th e se people." h e said, were obviously m oklng a re a l sac- Tlflce to d o n a te. * I World s Oldest W h at Is sa id to be th e oldest m u sical In s tn im c n t in th e w orld was found In th e Pollau m ountains of C sechoelovakia. I t is a m usical pipe, estim ated to be abo u t 30,000 years old, a n d is m ode fro m th e tooth of on onlm al.»- MONEY TO LOAN O N. FARM * C IT Y FR O PE nx T PEAVEY-TABER CO. t n S hoshone S t. E ast PlIO N B Misleading rumors have been given as to requirements for delivery of culls to our plant Y o u n m jr d e liv e r y o u r c u lia J u a t a a t h e y lo n v o t h & R o rto r y o u n o c rt n o t r o - s o r t ; Hizo ifl im m n to r la l. ( B o H uro t o lo u v o o u t r o c k n a n d oxcurh r o t. ) Y o u m a y d e l i v e r in e i t h e r b u lk o r u a c k H u ck a w ill b o r o - tu r n c d. W o w ill p a y 1 6 c p e r H u n d r e d o n d o liv o r y w i t h H. boikih H d Ju H lm o n t n t t h e e n d o f t h o s e a u o n. W o c a n t«k o u n l i m i t e d q u a n tl- i tloh a t a ll tim e s. MAGIC v a lle;x PROCESSING CO. Phonc605 4thAve.S.& 4thSt.S, MAGIC VALLEVS NEWEST INDtJByBT.

11 T n e r f p i w n S r s o. 1 9 «N IDAHO EVENING TIMES, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Thi Times P H O N E 38 C ixa S SIFI ED ADVERT m NG i W A N T A D BATES Pub»lc»ttoo in both tb a NKWS AND TIM E* B tm i.o B C o rt-p e r-w o rt, P«3 day»..4e per word per day 6 dayb...3c per word per day A, itlnlmu m o l te a WOT<iS U In any ooa olt«ined ad. Inoluda ttia oomblaed clrouliuom th «H ew i * n d th # nmea. x e r im fo r»u eu *U ll«l wl»... CASH COMPLETE COVERAGE AT. ONE COST m T W IN P H O N S S3 o r M TO R ADTAIfflR IM JE R O M E b e a n A d i * t K & W R oot Beer S tan d DXADXJMSB F o r i w r t t o n in th e New* 8 p. m. Wvt ih M rtt"" in tb a TUnta I I a- m. 1W «p a p a r lubw rlbaa to th e code o f e t b l a of th e A»ociaU on of News p a p «r O U «m # d A d v e r tu M w. u t n a n d n a a rv a i th e rig h t to edit o f f s e t a n y c la u m e d advertising -B U nd c a rrrln * k NtfW*rTto«a b o x n um ber a ra strictly conttden* tia i a n d -no Snforroatlon can g iv e n In reg a rd to th e advertlier. larrors should be reportad Immedl* a te ly. N o allow ances wul be made fo r m ore th a b one Incorrect Insertion. GOOD THINPS TO EAT O E S 8 S. % mue south, % v a st, east A d M ain. Noble. A U. K in d s of seafood a t Public M a rk e t, 400 Blue Lakes north. PO P C O R N Kaw crop. S outh Amer- lc a«: O loba B«ed and Paad Co. D B L IO io U S» a d Rcanea a t Btento.... J» t«a. t o. t n j s. K im berly, fty u. ro O N O b ak ers a n d fryers, alive dreasad. D elivered. Phooe aoe9*j. D B U 0 I 0 U 8. R o m e a. Jonathans, t r u c k loads, pack baskets. R ancho a ljt tio. ybop* ACTION! Action is what you get when you use the Classified Ads. 11 you have anything to aell, buy or trade, why not start to advertise NOW! There Is a big demand for h!l used articles. An inexpensive Clas* sified Ad in your Times and News will got the results you want., TIMES andnews CLASSIFIED ADS HAY, GRAIN AND FEED U O lia SSES M IZ IN O t i a FEED O R IN D IN O MORELAND M IL U H O 6ERVXCB Ph. ai8, PUer. Ph. caus off grlndlns. CUSTOM O R IN D IN a 1 or a ton 8c owt; over a t m. 7c MlliT.BR M ILLINO SE R V IC E Ph. 73J9, PUer. Pb. calls offsrlodlng PE E D Purina Chows fo r m ore eggs, milk, pork. Chow M ix l y. 3 K : CaU StarU na, MJM>; Hog C how Supplements, 4,ao. V aasar Produce Company, Tw in Palls. FURNISHED APARTIHENTS REDUCED price! T h ree a p a rtm e n ts. Pine shape, la? N in th Ave. n o rth. PIV S room m o d em h o m e, stoker heat. a,lm, term s. In q u ire 334 F ifth north. \ ATTRACTnVE New S room dweulng, Fireplace, stoker, electric tiot water beater. In su la te d tor oold weather. Close in. MOO down. ts8 per m onth. W hy pay re n t? Phone»«3 or n s. A P P L S 9 - -W W ) bu*heu, all vart- ectes, «U grades, m any p r lc» t o n m t - H o o m - T rau er Park, Blue fo u tb. N lc E lo u r room, m o d e m, im m lahad. I n q u ire lls l» th A vanua E a a t S P E Q A L.N 0 T IQ B 8 TH REX room m o d e m sto k e r h eiit. B ungalow A p artm e n ts. Second avenue e a s t D O R O T H E A S R «st H o n e, invalid s elderly people. M odetata rate s. P h o n e. 01BS-R3. CLEAN, C om fortable a p a rtm e n t a t. B oston, 339 T U rd A venue n o rth. P hone niavbl fc RESORTS P O U R passengers to SeatU e. Lcav> in g - b o u t J a n u a r y.!. S hare ex> pensmu W rite B<M»7. Ttoes-News. W A N T T w o nassengers Los Angeles tueeday. ware expensea. Bov 98, Tlme»*MewB. SH A RK E xpense trip s niany places. Tratal B ureau th Ave. east Y O UJO m a n w anta ride Los An- gelea. U u it b e th e re January 4lh. S h a re expenses. Ja ck McMiihon, R ichfield., Idaho. CHIROPRACTORS C A N T Y ou g e t fixed comforubly o n your.tiquni}-3rcai need adjujt* m e n ta l D r. A iq ia H ardin, over In d ep e n d en t M eat. LOST AND POUND K eys In Brow n Zlppei n %tvca>news. «IAO Reward. S E T O P Jfew s c arrier route cards lost, f in d e r please return T im esn ew s office. fftray ED, O ra y saddle ii b ran d e d cross b ar A on Rtlfle. J. VI. R obertaon, Phone l4oa: MANS O m en watch loat near Canyon lodge. In itia ls R Ii.8. NoUfy R. & O Jew elers. Rew ard. BEAUTY SHOPS o n. peim an e n U ga.00 up. Mra. N eeley-b eam er. Phone 384. Over in d itw n d e n t M eat. M , perm anents, half price: Id a h o B arber and Beauty S h e p. P h o o a 434. U A C K IN S L E S S peim anents. a.so u p. O il perm anento.»3.oo up. AfttoUo B eauty Salon. I. IIJO up. Qenulne SU O E N B B eauty S tu d io - P e i n a n t w avea,»3jk) up. SHRr..r a n d fln g er w ave 7Sc a n d up. 13ft F o u rth ATtQUa n o rth. HELP WANTED-WOMEN U ld D U B A O B D W om an for work in b u s d e p o t R oom and board fur. n la h ed.t -ten ;B > la a, Idaho. > B q 34, L A S T to oar* fo r h e a r t pau ant and h o m e a t f ile r. Tw o in family. P h o n e e m PU er. Idqulre 1840 Btghth a m n r M at, TM n PalU. HELP WANTBD-MEN AND WOMEN.W A im D > -O ood oamp oook for. woch.bb ranch, Phone I4e». MAM Mid irlft to work on (arm (or crop. B«& XtwaU. s a a s r? " MODERN H om e,.three bedroom s, stoker, ICO Blue L akes. O ood hom e, best of condition, good buy. Also m odem five room h om e, stoker four room hom e on sam e A venue n o rth. BOARD AND ROOM COMBS R anch n e a r B uhl, 1136 acre. Minnie M. CAnbs, 40e Ressegule, BoUe. Idaho. FURNISHED ROOMS CO M FO RTA BLE R oom adjoinl b a th, Stoker h e a t. L ady preferr Phone 411W. CONVENIENT. Qulet, w arm rooi home. Very reasonable. Phone 80OW. UNFURNISHED HOUSES ST R IC T LY M ocleni C room tioune A dults reterenoea. Phone lo U -J. FIV E Room h o tu e Iiim a ce, Im rd- wood Iloori, g arage. 338 Boventh nortli. Pbone FURNISHED HpUSES quire R ussell P o tter, 1 T H R E E CaWna. L ight, w au r fur. nlnhed, F o u rtli Avenue west. FIV E Rooms, m o d e m, fum iahed. cep t frigldalre. A p artm e n t 33, Ju s- ta m ere Inn. FU R N ISHED o r unfu m la h ed Five rooms, n e ar h ig h w hool, cthurohee. aoi F ifth av en u e iio rtli,, E lo H T lootns, m o d e m, paru y fu r nlahed. W ell lo cated. References, in q u ire TUnes-News. WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE W A N T E I> -H ouaekeeplng room _ room wlu) k itc h en privileges. Piione 1S80J, T R A IL ER house to m ove on farm untu Oct. le t. H. O, A ildrttt, T w in n i l s, R t. a. * 0 O R 100 AOTM. H ave e quipm ent a n d reference, o a n fuianoe seu. B ox la, rew a-t lm e e. REAL ESTATE LOANS to lo a n o n ta n n, dtgr or aoreagr, Peavw y-t aber com pany. P A iu t a n d o lty low ia. N orthern U fe im u n m e e O o m p a n y -p re d Bates. Phone ISTB. R E A L E S T A T E W A N T E D OASR. B uy«r tek alrtfltly n o d e n i ho m e, n o t leaath an six roqou. In TVIn-l>>lU. C all I16SW. HOMES FOR SALE OROUND PEA CULLS For Sheep, Hogs, CatU e Limited Q u an tity XNTCRMOUNTAXN SEED O O. STOP AND THINK Are you feeding yoiu* cows, pigs a n d chickens the some ratio n you h av e fed ell summer? They need w arm e r and heavier feed d u rin g cold w eather. KXOH Q UALITY B U O - LSR FEEDS ~ Perfectly b a la n c ed is the answ er. ao% Laying Moah cwt- Sw eet Syrup dairy rau on 81.M cw t. B anner concentrates to m ix w ith your own grain. We show you how l W e O rlnd - W e M ix] > QLOBE SEED & P E I S COMPANY LIVESTOCK FOB SALS TWELVE 8 weeks old pigs. H east- Greenwood school, H aielton. let. 1 and Henson, Phone U3. FARMS AND ACREAGES FOR SALE WE HAVE some rea l fa rm s, priced worth the money. See us before yihi buy. Roberta a n d H enson, Phone 883. FEDERAL LAND BANJC FARM so ACRES, 3 m iles so u th e a s t of Dietrich, Idaho. 77 sh a ro a of wa> U r In the Big W ood C a n al. 4 room house, bam, shed, g ra n a ry, d s te m. Price 81,500, one h a lf c a sh, term s on balance. Im m e d iate poesamion. L. L. W EEKS, S ecy-t reas. NaUonal F arm L oan A ssociations OoodlQg, Idaho. Phone 30 FARMS AJ<D ACREAGES FOR RENT ONE sere, four room house, m odem except lieat. 345 F illm ore. ocia I Oregon Vis Feted at O ne o f th e m a n y eslea a rran g e d to h o n a r M rs. R ow land M lh sr. 0 O re., w as a d in n e r M ooduri k hom e o f M r. a n d M ra, B. F. U u O th e r guest* «e r«m r.- e n d 1 O gle W all aad -d au g h ta T r and M n. o U lf W a ll a n d e h O d... B e tty a n d O nrm e, a n d U au of Jerome. i J Ogle and oulf WaU f - «f-m rs. M a ier; M b. Mi sister, a h d L. o. W ail, h e r f a th e r ; > B n route to T w in n U s, th e M U le i* :? * visited M r. a n d M r*. W. M. a n d lamuy a t J u n o tio o. ( a ty T o S fc s n»ey have been vialtlng also.* t.w - " CT and Jerome, an<l will raturo PUREBRED Black P oland C h in a plga. H north of Hospltal-0195R2. YOUNO Boar, large springer cow. good worlc.horses. 3 so u th, 3H w est S outh Park. W illiams. UNBROKEN m are 4 years lbs.; big Spotted Poland boar. A. H. Utter-Hansen E W E» with reserve In H u m b oldt forest and T aylor g ratin g right. Priced for quick aale. Jno. Pence, Phone aooo YQUNO Ewea. lam b February, wiuj Poceat rig h t a n d T aylor Q rajlng acres deeded la n d. h.ay meadow. cut< BOO tons. W ill sell all or separately. C all P a t G raves, Lcdore, Idaho. H O R S e s for sale Seventy head good young Belgian a n d S h l» horses and m aret. Several good m atched team s. H ughes a n d S m ith, back of Stockgrowers C om m ission Company. POULTRY FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY WE PAY Spot cash for good, late model, used cars. Clm ney M otor Company. Ph WANTED: Wood or w ire hangers, In good condluon. /ic each. T roy or N ational plant. Business and Professional DIRECTORY Nuptials Held of Northside Couple G O OD IN G, Dec. 30 (Special) - M iss V erna F ranc C arso n, daughter of M r. a n d M rs. V. W. C arson, and R olk rt O aston were u n l t in m arriag e a t th e hom e of th e bride s par- e nu C hristm as eve. R ev. T heo B. M Itih e r o( U»e M e th o d ist church officiated for th e.a ln g le ring service. T h e couple e n tered th e room to o r a n ta P a si th e th e stra in s of L ohengrins wedding. «n iarch, played by M iss V ila Ruth R a lv. a n d.sto o d befo re a lighted Christmas tre* ttaelr to«8. T h e bride w ore» d a rk red velvet afternoon dress and a shoulder corsage o f w hiu chrysanthem um s. She grad u ated from G ooding h ig h school in IM l a n d haa a tte n d e d th e University of Id ab o a t M oecow for the fall seineitar. She will retu rn to finish th is sem estcr a w ork. U r. G aston is so n o f Mr. and M rs. Elm er G aston. C lay Center, K an a n d has lived a t Ooodlng for th re e yeara. A rectpu oa follow ed th * eeramony w ith th e bride c u ttin g a th ree -tv re d w edding cake. As th e c ak e was being cut, h e r classmates, who were wedd in g guests, sa n g " B e at W ishes to B ob a n d Franc." A b u ffe t luncheon was served from a lao leotthta J. E. Kings. Mark 50thAnnivi CA STLEFOR O. D ec. 30 <L, -Mr. a n d M rs. J o h n E. K tng h onored S u n d a y w hen nfty> relau ve* a n d close f r i f - * ANSW ER: Cairo. Moscow, Vlborg and.ireland. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE A U TO Gloas Installed a t T w in Falls W recking, K im berly Road. Phone 137, CCC salvage goods-q u ilta, raincoat overshoes, shirts,.socks, etc. Id ah o Ju n k H ouse. A U TO sh o p equipm ent. Room 13. C en tral Rooms, belw een 7 arid» p. m. A U TO glass, canvas, canvas repair* ing. T hom eta T op a n d Body W orks. LA DIES Bicycle. 23 Long W inches-, te r. 18 W inchester shotgun. 33 H l- power rifle, Bulck sedan. D3 Colon ia l A partm ents. of Ooodlng, C ounty o f G ooding and Is trlc t aforesaid, a b a n k ru p t: Notice is hebeby v e n th a t th e 22nd doy o f D ecem ber, 1B41, th e said O uy Jo h n so n w as duly A djudicated b a n k r u p t ; a n d th a t th e first m ee;m g of h is credltora will be held a t th e office o t th e un> derslgned Referee ln> th e T w in A U a B ank and T ru st B uilding, T w in Falls, ladho. on th e. 1 0 th. day of Ja n u ary, 1B43. a t 10 oclock In th e forenoon of said day, a t w hich tim e th e creditors m ay a tu n d. prove th e ir claim s, a ppoint a tru ste e, exam ine th e b a n k ru p t a n d tr a n s a c t such o th e r business a s m ay properly come before said meeung. D ated this SOth d a y o t D ecem ber, O. P. DUVALL. Referee In Bankruptcy. Pub. T im es: Dec. 3 0,3 1,1P C A U B E B W inchester self-loadin g rifle, sm all cosh register. D e tr o it AutomaUc co u n ter scales. 151 T h ird Ave. N. W INDOW G lass installed in your saah, no charge fo r setting w hen bro u g h t into store. D o n t w ait * th e last ru sh, be prepared w inter. Moons. h o m e FURNISHINGS AND APPLIANCES COAL H eaters acceptcd In tra d e a t G am bles on ou h eaters. Term s. T rad e today I RADIO AND MUSIC new S p in et w alnut piano. A n excellent buy. Daynea M usic C om pany of Idaho. AUTOS FOR SALE 1841 SPECIA L D eluxe C hevrolet 8- p assenger coupe. Low mlleoge. 144 W alnut D ELUX E O ldsm oblle; 14 Inch D elu ban d saw ; 16 Inch De W alt r ad ia l saw ; 3 w heel trailer. Phone Baths and MoBsageB Tlie Sta-Well. 837 Main W. Ph Utcycle Sales and Service Iil.ABIUB CYOLERY. ChlropractorB Dr. W yatt, Iftt 3rd Ave. N. P h Coal and Wood FOR ECONOMY A ND O O M FO K T nil your bln WItb A B C R r S K N G O A L urmountain Seed f t r u a l Co. Curtain Shopa Curtain di D rapery S hop, a30-8th Bl. Also slip coven, carpel*. P h r Floor Sanding Helder M Sons, 811 M ain B W. Fred Pfeina. TSt Locust Pb. IKM-J. /rtsuranc«for Fir* a n a C a s u a l Inauranee. surety and PideU ty Bonds. Swim invmunent Co. Baugh Bidg. Jo b h in iin g QUALITY JOB PRINTINO UtlM haadt Mali Pleoea Buslnsas Oarda Mtfara au tio n e ri TIMES mui-m W B OOlOOItOlAL VRtRTlNa DBTT, K e y S h o p Sohade Key Bhop. XeeakatM sharp* enad, hlow ground. IM Sdd Bl, wuui. Baek of X. D, itor*. M o n e y t o L o m i PAAU and City loana. i% %. p ro a p i aeuoa Swim Inr. O o, Ph. Ml, Money to Loan LEAVING for N a v y - m u s t sell im mediately: 1033 Ford coupc, rumble seat, h e ate r, five good Urea. F ra n k ElU w orth, 0383J4. SALAUY LOANb Strictly confldenllftl 85. to 850. to em ployed >eopic on. your own algnatiire Rma. 1&3, U urkholder BUlg., I ll. 776 AUTO LOANS R etlnsnce your p reie n t coniract- reduce paym ents c ash advnnced. WESTERN FINANCE CO. Next to Fidelity tluink. $25 to $750 ON YOUR CAR 1. FOR A D D m O N A L CASH X TO REDMOB PRESEN T PAYMENTS. S. TO FINANCE T H E HALE O F YOUR OAR. ConBumorsCreditCo. OBteopathle Physician Dr. L. A PeUrton, 180 Main N.. 4S3. D r. B. J. Miliar, 4U tfau i N. P h. 107) D. O. W. Rose, m M. N. P h.» tv W. Plumbing and Beating Abbott Plumbing Oo,. Tupewritera a a. r*dtsls sod ierrlce. Ph. Pp. Upholstering RapM rinf. raflnlshlni. C f e u * Bru* Uy ru m. lu and St. Bh Ph. ftu,, Water Syetenu Floyd U lly ~ W.~ 3 0» i u a h T E w lu \ a sm all deuarated tt»e and ta ll red ta p er! a s th e centerpiece. *Ze couple le ft tot a a h o rt trip of unannounced destlnau tui. T hey will be a t hom e w ith th e b rid es parenu. M r. G u to n h a s re n te d p a rt of the C arson ranch. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS We The Women B y R u x q u n x E n (NKA gerrlee) B oth Mr. a n d M rs. K in g b o m n e a r PlnevU le, Ky., m arried there: T hey eam e to Id a h o in ] bought a farm here. M r. a a d M n. K i a s h m p six d ifferen t fa rm s in. T S * B u h f * & e S l chudjen. T h e I rejtfeaented a t th e day. O nly tw o o f th e ir a i x w ere prasanl M ra. O r e e a O le n tu F e rry, a n d M rs. H lr a n Un. C astleford. M rsi K ing U M yeara o ld u d K in* U 73.. M r, a n d M ra. K toff wer*, w ith a se t o r c h in a by th e well as several other gift*. Methodistsiriv Jerome Gantat Jenkins-Howard _ Vows Exchged BUHL. Dec. 80 (Special) Misa 6 p. m. a t th e hom e of. th e brides a u n t. Mrs. Isaa c T odd, CasU eford. Rev. Isaac T odd, fo rm er p a sto r of the Baptist church, officiated. M rs. May H ow ard. B u h l, m o th e r of th e bride, a n d o th e r relatives were present. Mr. a n d Mra. Je n k ln a loft im m ediately a fte r th e cerem ony fo r P o rtland, O re, w here th e y w ill m ake th e ir home. M r. Jenklna h a s been em ployed for tlie p u t seven years a t th e Feed a n d Ice com pany a n d m a... P o rtlan d two rtiontljs ago to become a welder in the shipyards there. T he bride U a g r u o t e of tha, B uhl h lg h sc h o a l a n a fo r th a p u tw o a n d o n e -h a lt years a n d u p to th e tim e of h e r m a rria g e h as been em ployed a t th e B u h l telephone o f fice as a secretary, T h e re is really n o su c h thing as I CQtQpaxiio&able m arried eouplt. Look a n m n d y o u a t th e couples youve alw ays Set dow n a «ocopad lo n a b le - a n d youll see t h a t there Is a«om p a» io n a b lrt ro m arr,an tf a m an who give* her a chance to be com M eaning e f C em paalenable G et to th e bottom ot a* dompan- lonable couples Hobbies, th e ir intei;- ests, ahd their tastes and youll alw ays find th a t th e y a re th e m ans hobbles, tastas, a n d in te resta -w h io h I RUPERT J *M r«. Ifenry K ow lte. (orm or R u p e rt w om an, arrived S a tu rd ay from W allace. Calif., to tra n s a c t business here. Miss M ary S tanley, s tu d e n t of th e DoUe SuslneM college, w ho spent Uie hollditya here w ill) h e r m other and h f r brotheni. M m. M edia a la n - LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS A N OTH ER StlMMONH N T H E P ls X m C T.G O U IlT O F n i B ELEVENTH JU D IC IA L D IS- T ltfo T O P TH E ST A T E OK ID A - h O. IN AND FO R T W IN FALLS COUNTY R O S E T U R N E R, P laintiff vs. D IC K TU RN ER. D efendant T H E ST A TE O F IDA H O «ends greetings t<- D IC K TU R N E R th e above named. d«teu(tant, Y ou a re hereby nou ded Uiat a c om plaint has b6en filed against you in th e D istrict C ourt of tiie Eloventli Judicial D istrict «of Uie S tnte of Idalio, In a n d fo r T w in F alls C ounty by Uie above name<l pla ln tirt. and you a re hereby d lrw te d w> a m» a r a n d plead to Uie said com plaint wluun tw enty days of th e service o( th is sum m ons; and you a re fu rth er notified U iat unless you i«appear a n d plead to said co m p lain t w lthtn tim e herein A )ccl(led, tlie >lain- U (( wul la k e Judgm ent ag ain st you as prayed. In said com plaint. T his Is a n actloh to secure a Decree of D ivorce on th e grounds of desertion contin u in g for a penbd of fnore U u n ooe year. W itness m y h in d a n d Uie seal of said D lstric l C ourt, th is 1st day, of D eeem ber W alter O. M usgrave. (SEA L) Clerk. R aybom A R aybom, A ttorneys for P lain tiff R esiding a t T w in Falla. Idaho. F u b. U m a a : D ee, a,», i#, a?. >. IM l. N O TIO B O F F IR S T M tb T ln O O F ORBDITOBB IN T H B O im U O T C O U R T,O F T f f i u m r i D S T A T x a f o r th k DlS T R IC rr O F ID A H O, 8 0 U T H - n w w x m. M * tt«r o t q U T JOHNBON, B a n k ru p t, IN BANKRUPTCIT N O M a i, th e e ra d lto n U O uy Johi.Take th e Janeses, fo r exam ple, Uie m o et com panionable couple you hap< p e n to know. How d o they spend their spaf* tim er W eu, rig h t now they-«r*-doliig» lot of h u n tin g w hich b o th seem to enjoy thoroughly. How long, have th e y been c ra iy abo u t g e ttin g out in th e woods w ith a bird dog a shot gun? W ell, M r. Jones h u luced to hunt auice h e was fifteen y e a n old. But M rs. Jones never h a d h e ld a gun ia her-hands unul after she was married. W hab sport dm M ra. Jo n es. like before she was m a rrie d? Tennis. f m \w h Venftl* now? No, loean t c a re about the gam e. Leva a.mans Hebby G iven a free E vening and tha choice betw een h e a rin g a concert or seeing th e M arx b rother* I n a movla, tite JoneM s.go to th e m ovie. Arent th e y interested in m usior Well, Mm. Jo n e s used to be q u ite a musician b u t sheu tell you w ith o u t resentm e n t th a t youd h a v e a b o u t a s much cliance of dragging M r. Jo nee I c o n ce rt as to a PT A m eeting. How did th e Joneses happer s ta r t taking color m ovles? Welt, of th e m en In Mr. Jo n e a office got h im Interested. A nd so it goes. W hen you* say a sum e her nchnol duties. Mr, a n d M rs. Aldo P e ro tto speqt C hrla tm a s-w tth -h irreiau v r# lit Rock Springs. Wyo. H om er Deinniliig, w ho h u been em ployed In llie PeroU o garage, \le(t lojil week for H arru burgj Penn., where he will work in the steel mllh- Mr. and Mra. B ruce A cuff le ft re> cently for S a n Franclnco w here they will visit Indefinitely w ith Uieir son, Ja c k Boyle. TRUSSELL LANE f « «R ex Biodget, Moscow, is spending th e holidays a t th e hom e of Mr. and M rs. C. E. M ontgom ery. 8t«(l«Hta hom e fo r t i» holw aya a re EdlUi Ringgold, Albion S tate N orm al school; D on M cd onald, P o catello, so u th e rn b ran c h! R u th T ea te r. W oodbury college, Loa A n geles, Calif., a n d Ire n e B rem ers, U.S.A. college, L ogan, U tah. Me. a n d M rs. O. S. M ontfom n d daughter. M a rg a re t, who.. teaching a t niao k fo o t. w ere called to N am pa la st week by th a aocldent of th e ir son a n d bro th er, - Clyde M ontgoiuery. w ho teaohaa a t H om e, dale. H e is recovering aatlsfaetorily. M r. a n d M rs. S e th W ataon, O ra ss.valley. Calif., a re spim dlng th e holidays w ith M ra. W ataons parents, m a n endiw om an a.. you really m ean soii\e m a n has mar< ried a women who is so anxious to keep him she ll tu rn herself Into a lanion in order to do so. FORMER IDAHO REPORTER AND CHILD ARRIVE FROM BO: mas for h er eon and family, Mr, and Mrs. Xveratt Utt i Utta atstef, Mrs. omp«<»u. RuaseU U n e aohool will open Jftlt. B. 65»ij% V l 4 S aeni from Q annioc** o< JBIOME, DeO. ao <8pM il) "The Ohrlataaa Road, * was pieseotod uxider t Of Elbert M oe.-v.i - a t Methodist ehurab.laat. week. Fbiiowine th«prdocti* Itf - cholr..mn.-xjoyd-<mliiioi*«i«i 0. W, Aldricb»lso B uc, folttwa A aont by the womes two chorus. Miss Hale Xtooa o t tb* school sang "Oood Tiding.* Other solouuoath«:progrub Earl Clark. Mias M argvet and James Davis, Jr. r Benediction waa by Rev. Albert s. Martin. Tha church «a a atleett raly.dn04«- rated with lighted topers placed the altar. The membeni of the ehotri participated, nftre M & Jack r sail. Mrx. Lloy - - Handy. M U s F _ in a a, Uim M arjortes M argaret Halbert, I Freeman. Mra. Lee. Phyllis sm ith, B a r i. Dorothy WUsoo. Jam es D a v l.lm : and Dr. 0. W. AJdrlch. Following the cantoto t h r wm bera ol the choir and their M W were served isfreshm ents- to tt 41nlng rooms of. the ehurfib.-. i Mm. Gerald Nicholsoo w a«-«.-~... the cantatt, * Red Cross Meet HANSEN. Deq. M. (B pacl«ir;n!?7 Chairman of the Banaen. brsocb o i the Twin Falls Amertoan Rad C * ohaptor, Mrs. WlUard MeKa aska th at all workers.whopw tlt-.--, ted ih the fiiit Bed OitM d rtv r l a the Hansen area m eet (Tuesday) a t her home; PI»B»,li»T the second drive will be o u tlt.!. Also au interested persona am to attend this meeting a*/ C o v e r s L o t o f G r o u n d. : The BriUsh Etoipire. ita pcoteotorjh stea and mandates, laeludea states and countriea. m area of /000 square one-fourth of the werm*s able land area. Mora than fourth of the world* Inhabl or ,000 paraona. are li empire. JE R O M E, Dec. 30 < F r)enda In Jerom e le a rn e d this week th a t M rs. A ustin B ond O layton, and h e r snvsil son, o( Bolivia, South A m erica, a ra a t p re se n t residing in ~ Ids., w ith a sister of H a U sull employed as m im ng engineer w ith th e Anaccnda M lntog oorporatlon, C erro de Pasco, Bolivia. M r. ClaytonS c o n tra c t y ears durau on will expire In Febr u a ry of th is year, w h e n ll to r e tu rn toth e U n ite d F rie n d s beueved how ever, triat ih* asm uch as M r. O layton h a d beea in R O.T.C, service w h en a t tended th e u n iv e rrity he w «I I the United BUt v m r. I lua arrival la Amtrtos.... Mrs. Clayton, who b«d ll- Ployed with t t e J m a t, j Journal as a cwrr*gpond>8itf time aha lived In ; former Mlsa S v ii A She «u n«xtl«d > Jero m r «h ra M n.c U rto aii frloddi aiudi ftfti inusly U l S. A r Boy, 7, Rememb J< Wants to GREAT LAKCB,_IIL n i. ro S w a?t* a tha navy «van i oan r«embar L Jon wrote W a m m on, mother* atattoq*qr «wl m ta U.tftl A t W i I i l o h n D o im J ; Of ttm n l B l b v a j v

12 S P a t s e - l IDAHO EVENING T,lMES, TWIN >ALLSriDAllo T u l»lir, Seeenlboi; 30, J» 4 t m is le E S, M&j o r 3oe K oejilcr today had of- (cred tw o sugscstlona U> local clu- *cna a n d veterana as to things you c an do to aid th e boys leaving h e re a n d those passing Uirough." T h e m ayor pointed out tlmv he a n d M rs. K oclilrr hnvc bcdn xlvlnti c lgarett«a to cnch m an leavinghere for service w ith tlie arm y, nnvy or marine corps.. R eally. 11 Isn t a onc-m un jcrb," K oeiiler said, "an d lo r th a t rca.son I believe th a t local civic orsanlui- llo n s shouw p ilc h In anil help, They siionld e a c h provide (or a.turn of, m oney to purclm s" c igarcttcs or o th e r tr e a ts w hich could be dl.trlb* titcd tp th e boys w hen tliey leave. E ach rec ru itin g officer would be glad to dl strlbutc th e cigarettes If Uiey are glv «aij,i«ftn." T h e m ay o r toso u*#«d all vcterata to w ear th e ir organization caps In o rder U iat they m ig h t be identiricd by troops passing tlirough here. Some o t thee boys wlli like to ask questions about our city and U they sec a v eteran. Identified by hla cap. th e y will feel m ore free to ask such questions." th e m ayor said. Filer Youths jat War Scene p R q)ort Safe TIL E R. Dec. 30 (S p e cla l)-p o u r 5 «B e r boys who were a t P earl harbor M & i n g th e Ja p an e se a ttac k, have their parents that they re aafe. Ju n io r M unyon, through th e navy, conun«nltate<l w ith hla parents. Mr. a n d M rs. V. H. M unyon a s to his aafety. E b rl C a rter on th e U O klahom a se n t w ord to his parents. /a m e s Bow en se n t a letter, received M onday by his parents. Mr. a n d M rs. A. M ; Bowen, saying he w a» w ell, w ith plenty to e at and w ear, b u t Iro m h is le tte r they leel h e lost every th in g else on th Ogala la m in e destroyer w hlcli went dow n a n d on w hich ho h a d been slau oned. O erold H arding, on boord th e U N evada, w rote his parents, M r. a n d M rs. E lm er H arding of his u ie ly. U tati R it e s W ed Ja c o b s -M a rc h a n t B U R L E y. Dec. 30 (Special) M iu N ona M a fc h a n t, d a u g h ter ot M r. and T in. S ta n le y M a re h aill, Springdale,. D on Jacobs, so n o f M r. a n d M n. R. H. Ja<?)b8. D eclo,-w ere m arried D ecnff ID th e Salt Xake City L. D. 8. tem ple., w ith th e p a re n ts of the couple a tte n d in g them. D. A. B roadbept, uncle of the bride, m e m b er of th e tem ple presidency, p e rform ed th e cerem ony, im m e d iately follow ing, a reception was h e ld a t th e hom e of M r. a n d Mrs. R oss N ielson. S a lt U k e City, and with uib b rid a l p a ir w ere M ias R uth W ard, bridesm aid, a n d Lorln W ard, b e st m a n. in receiving th e guests. T h e b rid e w ore a wedding sown o f w h lt«ta ff e ta faahloned in p rin cess sty le w ith a flnger-u p wedding * em ployed a t M igna, U ta h, b u t th e couple plan to be at hom e In B urley. M rs. J a c o b, a grad u a te o f B urley high sphool, la employed a t th e Id ah o B ank and T rust com pany. Marine Recruiter Given Promotion Stanley J. Jnzdzyk, head of the m a rin e recruiting office here, late yesterday w as notified by superiors ot h is a d v iin ce m m t In ra n k from sergcnnl to s ta ff sergeant. - Jazdzyk m a in ta in s rcc ru ltln g offices In th e Fidelity N ailonal bank building, room two. Before comlnk h e re he h a d been /E ngagedin recrulunb acuvltle.s ut S alt Lake City a n d O gden. U tah: G re at Fall.s, M ont.. nncl Pocatello. He entered th e m a rin e corp on Nov, 8, 1037 anci In N ovem ber of 1841 he recnllkted. S hortly a lle r.h li e nlistm ent hn w as sta tio n e d on the U, S. S. C olorado a n d hjh-nt I fo years traveling w ith th e fleet, visiting Kucli painlh a s C h in a, Uie canal and S outh A m erica, E. HAGER TAKES E lllg E N H P O S and m em ber of tlie bo ard of traslees. has been n am ed by city appoliit- in en t to a c t as c o o rd in a to r fo r the K im berly a re a a s a m em ber of the Tw in P a lls c ounty defense cpuncll, SI G ivens, local p e ace offlccr and head of th e K im b e rly em ergency group, urges all citizens to cooperate a. «of a rea l o r prac tic e blackout. TlU rteen m en h a v e been nam ed to authoratlve posts to aid In case ot em ergency. T h e com pleted ll.it Includes M e rv in.o ill. Floyd Pollard, Carl Riggs. L eo Berry, G ordon S tandifer. CUff R a llis. F ra n k Oros.-i. Cliff Staley. R o b e rt D enton. T h u r m an T ate. H ow ard L arsen, H arold Hove a n d G ilb e rt M iller. Firms Can Take Tax Deduction on War Aid Donation Business c o rp o ratio n s desiring to secure. Income ta x e xem ption for their R ed Cross w ar relief donau ons should m ake th e c o n trib u tio n s before J a n. 1, R ed C ross head q u a rte rs sald-here todfiy. Since flftjjfti c an v a ssin g In T w in P a l l s a l j t c r drive h a d no t yet Btorted today, th e corporations were urged to c o n ta c t D r. C harles R. Scott, g en eral c h a irm a n ; H ugh phllllpti. ch airm a n In c harge o f the business d istric t, o r th e R ed Cross offices. Individual d o n a tio n s m ay also be deducted from ta x a b le Incom e if the a re m a d e before the year 1941 closes. Annual Yule Party Given by Rebekahs JERO M E. Dec. 30 (S pecial) T he annual C htislm as parly and gift exchange (or m em b ers o f Uie Jerom e Syrlnga R ebekah lodge w as given la st w e e k -a t th e h a ll. H ostesses w ere M rs. D ora 8tu d y - vln. M rs. Jessie S n y d e r, M rs. M ary K e l t h I M s. T w U a Blessing. Mrs. A U e a l l e n, pianist, p te stn le d w ith a coraage by M rs. D ora S tudyvln. on b e h a lf of th e lodge w hich expressed a p p re cia tio n for h e r p a s t services th ro u g h o u t the year. in sta lla tio n of new o fficers will take place a t th e n e x t m eeting w hich will also m a rk th e v isit of th e su te assetnbly president, M rs. UUu W atts. eyokdepabt Six Magic Valley youuis la s t n ig h t le ft for S alt Lnke Ctty a n d f i n a l enlistm ent In th e U. S. m arin es, bringing to 33 tlie num ber tc n U tlv e - ly accepted since th e local offlre was opened early thl.s m o n th. S ta ff Bgt. Starilcy J. Jto d iy k, re c tu ltc r, had announced today. He pointed out that of the 33 tentatively accepted, some h av e n o t yet le ft for final en listm en t b u t w ill do I In th e Im m ediate future. T hese L eft Thoic e ntraining la st, n i g h t for Balt Lake C ity JoHow. Maxwell C arr W eaver, 21. Burle> : Jam es Reid Shadduck, 10. B uhl; Eugene W. Jensen, 17, T w in P a lls; Lewis Ben IngalLv 18, T w in PalLi; Guy Sherwood W alker. 10, T w in Fnll.i, and Ja y Judson S tro d e. 24, MetropolLi. Nev. O thers Who have Kigned u p here but who h a v c jjo t le ft for fin a l cnll.-iiment are Lloyd W ayne G o u g h, 21, Buhl: H arvey E arl T ate. 18, B u h l; Je.ve W alter O rlbble. 21. H ar orm an;.venils Loyal H ale. 19. O ak ley; Robert C lark Bostwlck. 21. H nscrm an,iand D ew itt C linton T rovlllo, Jr.. 10, Klso of Hagermah. NaVy T otal Uigh Meanwhile. C. A. Edm orw on. navy recruiter, reported 12 2 te n ta tiv e re cruits were accepted d u rin g th e m onth of D ecem ber. T h e navy m onth of Ja n u ary sta rte d yesterday and nine m ore m en were sig n ed up th e first day. T hey arc: Veo Merle In g ram, 35. H az elto n ; Vernon Cleo S artain, 27. R u p e rt; A rthur B ernard Moore. 21, S h o shone; R alph T heron D ow ning, ID. Jerom e: W illiam D aniels. 22. S h o -.thone; Jack M eriele A dam s, 20, Hazelton; G len Carlos B eltz, 21, Hngerm an: D arw in Y ost T a y lo r. 20. Almo; Jo h n H arvey D ra k e, 20, T w in FalU. E. A. Blauer Heads Burley Scout Area BURLEY, Dec. 30 ( 8 p e c la l)- E. R. Blauer was elected chairm an of B urley district of Boy Scouts a t a m eeting Tliurwlay a t th e h ig h school, w ith Don B allantyne a s S c o u t com - mls.sloner; W allace B aker, d istric t explorer com m issioner; R a y R eed, Wayne Drake and L. L. Lowder, flc!d Com mittee c hairm en n a m ed a t this tim e a re finance.- OurtLi E. Prlce: organlratlon. H. O. H all; health and safety, O sm er Lowe, a d vancem ent, M. W. M cl aughlin; leadership train in g. B ill R oberts: chairm an, c o u rt of h o n o r. B ishop W infield H urst. / N ext regular court o l h o n o r w ill be held a t D eclo J a n. 4. a n d all L D is. Scouters w ill m e et w ith M.I.A. Jftn. 0. Masque and Torch Group Gives Play HEYBURN, Dec. 30 (S p ecial) F our o n e-act plays w ere p rese n te d by th e M osque a n d T o rch society un der th e direction o f M rs. A noen MoUer. Pollow lng.tho evenings per- form ance. tlie club prese n te d h e r w ith a dozen red roses In a p p re cia tion ol her work. Newly Initiated m em bers o f th e club are Je an n e M aughn, M a rd o a n Nelsoni Jan ell R avesten, Ju n io r B ad* ger, G race Lee, M ary Lou S c h a fe r, Georgia Andrew, LoR ee Bailey, M argaret W arner. CarmolUa Price. D onn a H arris, N ona M orrison. D onald H oltnts a n d R lchartl Bllncoe. Our winicr-sporl fushions urc (he kind theliximrts wear! Come in (oday. and see our errand snow-minded Ideasl H IS..Off-white, Drob, Polor BlueJ Grey-Creert, Navy Blue. J g H U E R S..O H -w h l(e, Sungold, Ptilof Blue, Grey-GfeenJ and Crimion. T R O U..A II W ool WWfe S/og G obofdine Downhill Sty!#. Navy, Gunmetol, Tan, Dorlmouth Green, Polrol Blue. THERtS IN WHITE STAG T h «l9 c k «t of this 100% wool gabardine suit has zip* per fly front, new woxproof pockef, elojtiejhtrred w aht- b ond with elastic fobs to fasten io trousers. Downhill trousers have, x5pp«f pocvelt oil ofound,, w aistband lined wilh-snug- TEX to shirt w ont pull out, a U o fam ous Whi>«Slag BOOT-GRIPBotloms. Clojsic a n d pralicol. f O t HIM O t Hlft D i t Q M d, DcpArtmcnt WOMEN S ALL WOOL SKI SOX $ / SKI SWEATERS In White Stag and Jantzen $ $ d $ Famous Tliunder bird knd Antler patterns 0 SKI AND SKATii IN SMART FOOTWEAR You can put your beat foot forward in sports as well as in social life and have more fun doing it. Choose with safety the right kind of foot- wenr for all activitiea.... ;»., EAB MOTTO In Rod. white imd blue 9 S c - which con b# >* 9. ogt tfoumf*. BuHt-inL hood tu back of neck, 0ivir>o jrotf a combrtmirot* iocfctr. potbt or wmther thirt. Downhtlt Poplin pwrnontly M A N w o tf m f s d. S A i S Chocolates S 9 c Exceptionally f lb. 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