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It- self Into o tangle by refusing to take up for discussion any ot six rtsolu Uons by ss msny different par Uea ou Uinlng proposed policies ' in Al Ecrla, - ' -. Ida., surprised his audience here last night by onswcc- Ing payroll podding charges made lost spring by syndicated columnist Drew Pearson. Mont,^or^^ I^'^'wpnee ■bc~fore''tiic 's«iste'ln^latw teiml recurlty committee. The tint round of talks between the rielflc Telephone and Telesraph compsny and the CIO Communica- tions Workers ot America ended jyc Dterdsy In apparent failure. we're making no projress." 'said a UT and T spokesman, "We did not reaolvc aoy Isauea," isald A. Yesterday's meeting waa attended only by top ofllclals of the company and tt union, two from each aide, Vla V aiked *» pii Uta to keep Uit d Ucuulonasecre L Dude Ranchers Meet at Resort Btm VALLEY. li— A new, look must t M taken at national park* In order to provide better prote:- ilon and at tha same Ume make it poulble for the public to better en- Joy th»m, Prank Obcrhansley, rep- resentative of the Orand Teton nn- Unnalpnrk, told Dude Ranchers' as- Isoclatlon here Thursday. ■ " Twin Falls News in Brief BPW Club lo Meet ■ The Twin Pal U Business and Pro- teaitonal Women's club will meet at pm. Datrolter Fine d- — ' James R7Kranerrifctro It,.w U"Mn' tenr;d lo IS days in Jail FTldsy when he pleaded [Ullty irw Twin Falli police court lo a charge o( drun- kenness on a public street. Twin Falls, paid a t S fine and t3 costs Friday in Twin Fal U justice court when he pleaded guilty of operatinj a motor vehicle with mud flaps at- Uched, He waa died by ata U police highway 7* south of Twin Palls.
- ■ ^ - - They refused lo consider one res- olution by Faure's Radical Socialist party, 305-37*. ^n answering charges he had Ihe payroll two University of Idaho students while they attended school last aprlne and had Wrcd his broth- er. at 110,000 w-i*-" referred to Pearson of llora.'" behind Uie flf Ui amendment" hi ani Sen. tti fboul Mmeinber- of th" Welker «Ud he dlh^r w Ws or daughle« on Umtvthal Htaton wu headed "^l^^j^^b*^ „^ Uie «ta. Wc Ucm I -t hirtd Wm — — Puts on Show Ihe first tlm» In ft, . Commit- ment waa withheld by the court permit him to leave the dly.
IDAHO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 PRICE 6 CENTS ice Fall I't Seen I Values 1 i Mod»W Tttu , of an airriculturc In C showed today Tereis any pessimism Banners over farm f^tci It is not show- r.boominp farm real [irkc L Meanwhile, in |r department office it wages for Idaho jias are higher than fbynn average of |J le Vid monthly, 30 rthoje paid daily and Its lor those paid I aim 0. jiatnt Mill the s Uenath i Uodniiiitc Klnrliii U)c tnem (piitment wbere ' ta iquilor with their d Uitlr piren LL . thin William I S-T»r-Dld uncni' It hid kepi hitn Iratn ud till Bife Here charaf d il Btll Klof Ihclr family :i! Filer and Muruugh ans Wertd the alarm, but could do nothlnic to save tlie fost-bumln E wooden stnic Atlcr tumln R In Uie alarm. The convicted Williams has been remanded to the custody of Sheriff Jnmcs Dcnliam for delivery to the place of confinement. Paul; Oscnr Kerncr, Shoshone: Kenneth Eld- rldge, Carey: R. Harper, Malu, and Chester Lnraen and Enieat naaland, both Twin Falls'. Toppenlsh, Granger, Zlllah, □randvlew, Suimyslde, Prosser, Walla Walla, Burllnirton, Port Or- chard, Colleca Place, Wash.; Eugene, Springfield and Jandleton, Ore.; Lew Uton,-ld Q:,^ind llx 'iltlier cities where franchise appllca Uoiis are pending. Dry Con Unucd wnrm Ui and Ut Ue moisture ore predicted In the five -day weather forecast re- ceived vis Associated Press.
-n July 1 svcr- ctnl hi""*'' • ihfce P*r cent on Msrcli 1 of rihouih fann product L jiifflpcd wnne live per 1 j T»r »p. Card' returned lo the bumlnft house nnd threw a few clothes and bed- room furnlshlncs out ot the window, lit thnt wns salvaged from the fire. Card- wcli-lcftmed-lhal the children- were alone In the house and Pc Rgy was trying to cook supper. Wlll Lims drov B llie truck Ihrou Bh the port of eniry without stopping nnd had Just been caught by the ntnlc policeman \Khcn a radio call from the Twin Palls police station reported the tlietl. nitten Diary Te Us «ll Daysof Torture, Deatli ■ ciiii, Oct, :■ - cite) follow, ■lldii^/,"' 'll«ry ■ that 11 took days without wotcr ■ food lo Hct her son. Soulhccnlrnl heal Ui department alatf mcmbcni attending the meet- ing Included Dr. Itelnsleln, medical director ot the louthcen- trnl health department: Mrs. Matthews 4atd he expects the company's present 10,000 cus- tomers to- grow to SO.t WO or more within five years after natural gas becomes nvn Uable.- . ■ ■'The wannth wl U bo welcoma anyway," said the AP reporter, reading Uils report: "Ut Us or no rain apd con- tinued w»rm.
located two mites aou Ui of South Park on hlithway 74 bum- thc Eround„ta little more thaa 30 minutes. president of the firm, said city councl U in both communities look unanimous action Wednesday night.
nie school has been embroiled In public controversy since Oct. Tlie Idaho Association tor Ihc De.it- demanded- her relnslntcmcnt, the rcslgnnllon of Dr. Drlsgs de- nied the chnrgesi Slnoe Uic controversy began the school has lost three pupils, olllclnls " the school rcporlcd Friday, Two ot the pupils have moved from the wl Ui their pnrcntfl.'the offi- cials said, nnd Uic third, who ijna receiving mettlcnl U^ntment at the school, has relumed home. the pramotlonal pr OEram to dlqtoso of surpluses on ma regular market "Is really catching on." and tbu^' this will-help the lu)g p Todneen. ~\ Child Critical After Mishap „With_yeliicle DECLO.
17-10 In Kingman, Aria., and the annual meeting of the Idaho Chombcr of Commerce managers and All-Idsho congress in Boise Nov. "Tiff M scheduled waa the cele Eim Uon of an annl Tcrsory tor the man whose 'ail Adc ot coroiury thtomboi U Sept.
Emmelt, quoted aa saying the council there had Investigated various public own- enhlp plans but' decided they were too risky and too expensive." Bombe SCREWDRli i Intema Uonal Five SUtes Hlghuny aasoclatlon meeting Nov.
It's Official The city board ot commission- ers, mee Ung Friday morning ot clly hall, canvassed Tuesday 'a election results. Ted Davis, Howard Durkhart, Wnilam A., Ostrander and Chcs- ler Larsen lo the city board n'as confirmed. H r^pccts for Idaho's alfalfa hay crop improved last month, but the ou Uook for spring wheat, prunes ond hops worsened, U. Oct, 1 wai 16,1 per cent above the 1M7-4I} nv- erajc. Favorable wealher got the credit 'wrfo TOby i Vote Request PABW. ii W-i-ft Md l^r Uko- ly defeat In the national ossemblj on Algerian •pritcte B.-ftanler ' Bdg i " ~ Pauro postp Mied s ahowdown early today by callloa for % vote of con« fidence In tils govemment. Janior Mtisle anb to Med The Junior Uuslo club will meet ft Ihn h' nrf " f A- D - M ye- SUth avenue esst at 3 pjn. r Uy CMt Called All children Uklng part In the paieant Saturday night at the Prea- by Urtan church are uked to report In room Ho. LONDONDEIUIY, Northern Ire- land, Oc L 1* If — A royal navy spokeanutn announced" today a Brit- ish search p Uno carrying a crew of ID plunged Into the AUantio ocean 300 miles oft Ireland.
The demand keeps him In offlca at least imtll T^ietdoy, when lbs vote w Ul be held. outomo Ucally ahut off delwte for 34 hours, and deputies decided to extend the eoollng-otf period imt U Tuesday. v T felt like Bulns hun (J, th-frulart and things like Uiot." Welker The senator said he hired ^ ^f^r pcoison^ column »p- " " 'a Mta last sprint, tits brother was - upset that doctors feared am stroke. The p Une was looking for Icelandic tnwler In d Utreas when It cmhtd at a ■.