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■ Edviiard, Warman — and dulling char Res^agalnsr^him- of ri Rht- " winfi extremism and connections with the Johii Birch Society (a strategy recommended by the. But there is a big bone that will slick in some throats. "Pd Iicb' said he had 20 rounds of mnmumtlon, Inchidins atmoivplercing bul- lets.

While the Nixon proposals stressed ■the nation -work its way out of poverty and asked —i , k I r . Police had talked with Lewless by telephone through the night, and Mrs.

''He att eni l e d 1w:hoo^ara^Colt^Tan.^ near Jda Kn Falls. at Coitmaiu -The jnarriage wa* lat: er solemnized in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. they either refused te consider ' o ur pfoposals— or demanded that we take fafliiaieiai auiuiis without aav parallel action by Wt^Hi» « » J5 G' huy llvisd ini Ure until .1! He was 'active in the LD$ Church and had served as spbr*s dlf ccto r and chu r tete r u f the Coltman Want ^nd assistant superintendent . In Jerome he worked Sm HAN Ulk S, Pifa 2, Vttt Falls.

They moved Into town - In 19 41 and he had worked for man/ years fpr the Northside Lumber Co. foctory air, ■69 CHRYSLER 300 90 Hardtop, 440 VB engine, oijio- matic trantmlitlon, power lifeer- \r\Q and hta Vuh, factory oif, 13,* 000 mllei.

It quot- ed art unldijhtifled source as saying,"'' "It's a campaign, and carefutty organized. were used only as metermaids, six arrests were made under the same charge. of the United States would like to know their vice president for what he really is Lewiston Board Is Reor»anziiig LEWISTON, (UPI) — The entire board of ^Justment here ! Samuelson's ef- forts- to obtain ^0 state troopers forthe-WBho^tate-P61ice7 from -England with Tcrry TThomas, Davy Jones and the brothers and Siiiters vocal group. • Gy ei i A eres- 7SL— Misterogers 6: J0 2SL— My World and Welcome to It 2B— Lucille Ball 8 — Bradv Bunch . ^ 5— Lucille Ball -|1-^Lucilltr-Ba H— — 4 — Music Scene ~-=:4i4SJ'SL— Immb^ Giant ^ 2SL— Bob Hope Spec Ta F 7B— Boh Hope Special 5- ^BOb-Hope Special , 23— Mayberry RFD 5 — Mayberry RFD n— Mayberry RFD 7SL— Mlsterogers 7: J5 4— New People 7: S0 2B— Doris Day 3— Doris Day 5 — Family Affair , H — Po r l n Da y • ' 7SL— Utah Trail 8:0Q 4— Love, American Stj'ie 7SL-Worl^ - Press 5— Movie, "The Thrfl T - .' It All" _ 2S^-Tenoesseo Efnie Fofi Special 2B-^r 7B— Tennessee Erme' "Ford Special. Burnett a— Carol Burnett 8— Tenne.Ernie Fctrd Special i B:0(t ZSI^l augh-ljl 2B=TDm'TTjnes Delegates" approved a resolu- — -,-tion-^av6ring:=legislation-to-«d4 °' at least 40 investigators- to the Liquor Law Enforcement Divir sion and another resolution re- questing a planning grant ■the^HWio-d^ i^BBf^J ^n the state. n f r 4»»T07 3 I 0 .30 u jiomiu H « H I M All nt nm l O.o 0 u» I IS « 4 Si USU7 -nr • 4|t ITIlr. Rojis - - followed with - a ccmer jump shot and: San Diego led by eight In ^scoring his 41 points, Hayes hit oa medium distance ' Inside Iwylns wprt Nets (pop Thirdi -. (UPI)— Lavcme Tart and Les Hunter led the New York Nets to their third win in a row in a J20.

Fillis sabuted| minute it was toned down, entarely tolhe-milds VM does -Agnew said,- ""I helle Ve" Ihe^ The magazine said presidential aide Patrick Buchanan drafted Agnew'.* latest speech as he did the first attack on the news media. nibmttted their resignations to He added that the attornws ! 24, 1969 Eiii Jorsie Plea On Troopers BOISE .(UPI) ,— The, Ijlaho ,,_,__„„ Magistrates Association 'ended 7 Bob with Dannv its three-dav convent ion In Bol - I Tlionias, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorm^ ' ' se Saturday by re-electtng ' all p.m., 2 -SL, 7B, J— Tiennpssee Er Fprd .presents a_ special : association officers and approv- f. Andres Gailahan, Coeur tl'- Aiene, was elected to a vacant diredtorship in north Idaho. lt*M«14l Waatata AOda Ue-Cntn MM Ct Miference All John uiiiiarii Philadelphia's two .early touchdowns came on a 12-yard nm fe y Tom Woodeshick and an •w i »i ^ - 4n i:iah Aruona St. 3 : • 1311 (3 I I 0 345 «« 3 3 0 I3.« IIM 430: ■ ■ '.. Tarkcnton threw a M-yard touchdown pass to Aaron TTiomas -with 14 seconds to go in the first half. Jiimpars and - taps over former Rocket rtserve center Henty Fin Me,' ~3tai tliig for Boston this -season in puca of toe Sntsell. I06 irirtnry LJjngauihe ^ Pit; tsborgh Pipers In an Ame Hcan Basketball Association game ■Simriay night score Sunday while directing the Patriots to a 35-21 -victory ovcr'the Buffalo'Bllls.

There will be some cloudi- ness again at about mld-w? Although Haynsworth's con- servative rulirtfts in segregation AUiluyeva. Gladjis Baker Bond's stories for children have been writer. a,.39-year- -old-^formc Miisto Ey^professo.r at radlcy Universljy who has ncv- were maae 10 voters asking thei' were ■"conservatlve"rif"the- answer were yes, a pltch_was- m a d e for Crane, Althotigh -Rjimsfgtd was prep a re d to m aka- • a riuenddrsement tfl-'av ertra vic^' tory by Crane, such 'intervention seemed - unnecessary;-— Gr«ne^ win against; six foes with less than a quarter of the vote was a stuilnlng surprise Oct. But President Nixon will re- verse his f ield "Friday. curbing- the i^isio B cost of living is beginning to take hold." A Louis Harris poll published in early November indi- --^rr BB--btostg"ortis^- cent per year. -The lows this morn- ing under Sikies that ^re gen- GRAFFITI by Leary HUT0r Y2 ■-...■,--a.-.; r'---.-^ -_ :Ci' T Here's IN \T To Meet Here Wediiesday^^ Annual Thanksgiving observ- ance~for members of the^ Twia Falls Kiwanis Club -will come Wedneaday-at-nooii ul u spe Liul session a t the Turf Club, it was gtiont" th^~ vtmjytn Tinomiccei m o n d a jj oy u K James Taylor, first vice presi- dent. Each, will talk extern- trcorge Lister HANUHN — i Jeorge H. Mr Ui that Crane might be the best lii.strumenr for-theii-desired de= structioft of Chuck- Pctcy. Snyder, hostage Sunday night following a quarrel with his wife. 'f^ The extended outlook for the Winnip e g — Vancouver Anchoragfe -ar 31 M areas of South Idaho and East Centra] Oregon yesterday. little warmer throughout most— of the—Snake-R ve T Val- ley with the afternoon • highs ranging from 39 at Idaho Falls to 52 at both Burley and Moun- tain Home. regular Thursday session woul S" be ad- vanced one day this - week be- cause of the Thanksgiving holi- day. Rob erf Harvey, pastor of the FIrfit Presbyterian Church will - bo speakers. ■ ' .- Harrison, rosa ry" 7 |Monday, WBIte-Mortuary-Chap- el. Bv the e nd ot-fisca L1970 ^- next June 30 — the war expenditures "1 ighl Japer of f _ to_ an annual r ate of billion, Even, so, inflationary pressures \yill continue, and the fe- deral government will be spending mor ^ in buflpetary 1971 fnr nil p ur. Journa Item reflected growinj; .senti ment among the Bourbons the Illinois Repuhllcah . i» f Q|--^te|n^ peratures,to average near nor- nlal. Wednesday, t ^os a Infant PAUL — Mike Rosa, I0-- month-old son of Mr. Vernon Rosa Jr., Paul, died Sunday at University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City. "I do not ■ think I should attempt to decide that question in the emotion of the moment," Ha.^TOworth said. .s tactics since have of *-Jawhones 1 Idaho State journal UP UNTIL NOW the White House has discduraged the idea of "jaw- boning" on wage-price issues, o r bringing federal pressure on labor and — mnnne PTipnt tn observe cfc straint. Union leaders are settit ^B their— sights on pay and Paul W. g t o char tg o our g ame- , plan at the end of the first quarter — ot-the-gaine^- O u r p olicy ^of. The day time temperatures will be most- ly in the 30s and •(Os while the ifeht time lows will range from next flv F^ay period, TBe Fday through- Saturday,. Baptist Chureh."TTie ctirtage^w III' leave White Mortuary iit 'A.m. Janet Rosa and Karia Sis', a II Paiirr h I s paternal -crandnar enti, ■ Mr' » n rt M r ■O0 to

There will be some cloudi- ness again at about mld-w? Although Haynsworth's con- servative rulirtfts in segregation AUiluyeva. Gladjis Baker Bond's stories for children have been writer. a,.39-year- -old-^formc Miisto Ey^professo.r at radlcy Universljy who has ncv- were maae 10 voters asking thei' were ■"conservatlve"rif"the- answer were yes, a pltch_was- m a d e for Crane, Althotigh -Rjimsfgtd was prep a re d to m aka- • a riuenddrsement tfl-'av ertra vic^' tory by Crane, such 'intervention seemed - unnecessary;-— Gr«ne^ win against; six foes with less than a quarter of the vote was a stuilnlng surprise Oct. But President Nixon will re- verse his f ield "Friday. curbing- the i^isio B cost of living is beginning to take hold." A Louis Harris poll published in early November indi- --^rr BB--btostg"ortis^- cent per year. -The lows this morn- ing under Sikies that ^re gen- GRAFFITI by Leary HUT0r Y2 ■-...■,--a.-.; r'---.-^ -_ :Ci' T Here's IN \T To Meet Here Wediiesday^^ Annual Thanksgiving observ- ance~for members of the^ Twia Falls Kiwanis Club -will come Wedneaday-at-nooii ul u spe Liul session a t the Turf Club, it was gtiont" th^~ vtmjytn Tinomiccei m o n d a jj oy u K James Taylor, first vice presi- dent. Each, will talk extern- trcorge Lister HANUHN — i Jeorge H. Mr Ui that Crane might be the best lii.strumenr for-theii-desired de= structioft of Chuck- Pctcy. Snyder, hostage Sunday night following a quarrel with his wife. 'f^ The extended outlook for the Winnip e g — Vancouver Anchoragfe -ar 31 M areas of South Idaho and East Centra] Oregon yesterday. little warmer throughout most— of the—Snake-R ve T Val- ley with the afternoon • highs ranging from 39 at Idaho Falls to 52 at both Burley and Moun- tain Home. regular Thursday session woul S" be ad- vanced one day this - week be- cause of the Thanksgiving holi- day. Rob erf Harvey, pastor of the FIrfit Presbyterian Church will - bo speakers. ■ ' .- Harrison, rosa ry" 7 |Monday, WBIte-Mortuary-Chap- el. Bv the e nd ot-fisca L1970 ^- next June 30 — the war expenditures "1 ighl Japer of f _ to_ an annual r ate of billion, Even, so, inflationary pressures \yill continue, and the fe- deral government will be spending mor ^ in buflpetary 1971 fnr nil p ur. Journa Item reflected growinj; .senti ment among the Bourbons the Illinois Repuhllcah . i» f Q|--^te|n^ peratures,to average near nor- nlal. Wednesday, t ^os a Infant PAUL — Mike Rosa, I0-- month-old son of Mr. Vernon Rosa Jr., Paul, died Sunday at University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City. "I do not ■ think I should attempt to decide that question in the emotion of the moment," Ha.^TOworth said. .s tactics since have of *-Jawhones 1 Idaho State journal UP UNTIL NOW the White House has discduraged the idea of "jaw- boning" on wage-price issues, o r bringing federal pressure on labor and — mnnne PTipnt tn observe cfc straint. Union leaders are settit ^B their— sights on pay and Paul W. g t o char tg o our g ame- , plan at the end of the first quarter — ot-the-gaine^- O u r p olicy ^of. The day time temperatures will be most- ly in the 30s and •(Os while the ifeht time lows will range from next flv F^ay period, TBe Fday through- Saturday,. Baptist Chureh."TTie ctirtage^w III' leave White Mortuary iit 'A.m. Janet Rosa and Karia Sis', a II Paiirr h I s paternal -crandnar enti, ■ Mr' » n rt M r ■O0 to [[

There will be some cloudi- ness again at about mld-w? Although Haynsworth's con- servative rulirtfts in segregation AUiluyeva. Gladjis Baker Bond's stories for children have been writer. a,.39-year- -old-^formc Miisto Ey^professo.r at radlcy Universljy who has ncv- were maae 10 voters asking thei' were ■"conservatlve"rif"the- answer were yes, a pltch_was- m a d e for Crane, Althotigh -Rjimsfgtd was prep a re d to m aka- • a riuenddrsement tfl-'av ertra vic^' tory by Crane, such 'intervention seemed - unnecessary;-— Gr«ne^ win against; six foes with less than a quarter of the vote was a stuilnlng surprise Oct. But President Nixon will re- verse his f ield "Friday. curbing- the i^isio B cost of living is beginning to take hold." A Louis Harris poll published in early November indi- --^rr BB--btostg"ortis^- cent per year.

-The lows this morn- ing under Sikies that ^re gen- GRAFFITI by Leary HUT0r Y2 ■-...■,--a.-.; r'---.-^ -_ :Ci' T Here's IN \T To Meet Here Wediiesday^^ Annual Thanksgiving observ- ance~for members of the^ Twia Falls Kiwanis Club -will come Wedneaday-at-nooii ul u spe Liul session a t the Turf Club, it was gtiont" th^~ vtmjytn Tinomiccei m o n d a jj oy u K James Taylor, first vice presi- dent. Each, will talk extern- trcorge Lister HANUHN — i Jeorge H. Mr Ui that Crane might be the best lii.strumenr for-theii-desired de= structioft of Chuck- Pctcy. Snyder, hostage Sunday night following a quarrel with his wife.

'f^ The extended outlook for the Winnip e g — Vancouver Anchoragfe -ar 31 M areas of South Idaho and East Centra] Oregon yesterday. little warmer throughout most— of the—Snake-R ve T Val- ley with the afternoon • highs ranging from 39 at Idaho Falls to 52 at both Burley and Moun- tain Home. regular Thursday session woul S" be ad- vanced one day this - week be- cause of the Thanksgiving holi- day. Rob erf Harvey, pastor of the FIrfit Presbyterian Church will - bo speakers. ■ ' .- Harrison, rosa ry" 7 |Monday, WBIte-Mortuary-Chap- el. Bv the e nd ot-fisca L1970 ^- next June 30 — the war expenditures "1 ighl Japer of f _ to_ an annual r ate of $17 billion, Even, so, inflationary pressures \yill continue, and the fe- deral government will be spending mor ^ in buflpetary 1971 fnr nil p ur. Journa Item reflected growinj; .senti ment among the Bourbons the Illinois Repuhllcah .

i» f Q|--^te|n^ peratures,to average near nor- nlal. Wednesday, t ^os a Infant PAUL — Mike Rosa, I0-- month-old son of Mr. Vernon Rosa Jr., Paul, died Sunday at University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City. "I do not ■ think I should attempt to decide that question in the emotion of the moment," Ha.^TOworth said. .s tactics since have of *-Jawhones 1 Idaho State journal UP UNTIL NOW the White House has discduraged the idea of "jaw- boning" on wage-price issues, o r bringing federal pressure on labor and — mnnne PTipnt tn observe cfc straint. Union leaders are settit ^B their— sights on pay and Paul W. g t o char tg o our g ame- , plan at the end of the first quarter — ot-the-gaine^- O u r p olicy ^of.

The day time temperatures will be most- ly in the 30s and •(Os while the ifeht time lows will range from next flv F^ay period, TBe Fday through- Saturday,. Baptist Chureh."TTie ctirtage^w III' leave White Mortuary iit 'A.m. Janet Rosa and Karia Sis', a II Paiirr h I s paternal -crandnar enti, ■ Mr' » n rt M r ■O0 to $00,000. C , offiop, saying the Senate rebuff forced him to consider quitting the federal Judiciary altogether. Included are such basic in- dustries as railroads, trucking, au- tomobile n t anufacturo, rubber, an d than meat packing.

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There will be some cloudi- ness again at about mld-w? Although Haynsworth's con- servative rulirtfts in segregation AUiluyeva. Gladjis Baker Bond's stories for children have been writer. a,.39-year- -old-^formc Miisto Ey^professo.r at radlcy Universljy who has ncv- were maae 10 voters asking thei' were ■"conservatlve"rif"the- answer were yes, a pltch_was- m a d e for Crane, Althotigh -Rjimsfgtd was prep a re d to m aka- • a riuenddrsement tfl-'av ertra vic^' tory by Crane, such 'intervention seemed - unnecessary;-— Gr«ne^ win against; six foes with less than a quarter of the vote was a stuilnlng surprise Oct. But President Nixon will re- verse his f ield "Friday. curbing- the i^isio B cost of living is beginning to take hold." A Louis Harris poll published in early November indi- --^rr BB--btostg"ortis^- cent per year. -The lows this morn- ing under Sikies that ^re gen- GRAFFITI by Leary HUT0r Y2 ■-...■,--a.-.; r'---.-^ -_ :Ci' T Here's IN \T To Meet Here Wediiesday^^ Annual Thanksgiving observ- ance~for members of the^ Twia Falls Kiwanis Club -will come Wedneaday-at-nooii ul u spe Liul session a t the Turf Club, it was gtiont" th^~ vtmjytn Tinomiccei m o n d a jj oy u K James Taylor, first vice presi- dent. Each, will talk extern- trcorge Lister HANUHN — i Jeorge H. Mr Ui that Crane might be the best lii.strumenr for-theii-desired de= structioft of Chuck- Pctcy. Snyder, hostage Sunday night following a quarrel with his wife. 'f^ The extended outlook for the Winnip e g — Vancouver Anchoragfe -ar 31 M areas of South Idaho and East Centra] Oregon yesterday. little warmer throughout most— of the—Snake-R ve T Val- ley with the afternoon • highs ranging from 39 at Idaho Falls to 52 at both Burley and Moun- tain Home. regular Thursday session woul S" be ad- vanced one day this - week be- cause of the Thanksgiving holi- day. Rob erf Harvey, pastor of the FIrfit Presbyterian Church will - bo speakers. ■ ' .- Harrison, rosa ry" 7 |Monday, WBIte-Mortuary-Chap- el. Bv the e nd ot-fisca L1970 ^- next June 30 — the war expenditures "1 ighl Japer of f _ to_ an annual r ate of $17 billion, Even, so, inflationary pressures \yill continue, and the fe- deral government will be spending mor ^ in buflpetary 1971 fnr nil p ur. Journa Item reflected growinj; .senti ment among the Bourbons the Illinois Repuhllcah . i» f Q|--^te|n^ peratures,to average near nor- nlal. Wednesday, t ^os a Infant PAUL — Mike Rosa, I0-- month-old son of Mr. Vernon Rosa Jr., Paul, died Sunday at University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City. "I do not ■ think I should attempt to decide that question in the emotion of the moment," Ha.^TOworth said. .s tactics since have of *-Jawhones 1 Idaho State journal UP UNTIL NOW the White House has discduraged the idea of "jaw- boning" on wage-price issues, o r bringing federal pressure on labor and — mnnne PTipnt tn observe cfc straint. Union leaders are settit ^B their— sights on pay and Paul W. g t o char tg o our g ame- , plan at the end of the first quarter — ot-the-gaine^- O u r p olicy ^of. The day time temperatures will be most- ly in the 30s and •(Os while the ifeht time lows will range from next flv F^ay period, TBe Fday through- Saturday,. Baptist Chureh."TTie ctirtage^w III' leave White Mortuary iit 'A.m. Janet Rosa and Karia Sis', a II Paiirr h I s paternal -crandnar enti, ■ Mr' » n rt M r ■O0 to $00,000. C , offiop, saying the Senate rebuff forced him to consider quitting the federal Judiciary altogether. Included are such basic in- dustries as railroads, trucking, au- tomobile n t anufacturo, rubber, an d than meat packing.

]],000. C , offiop, saying the Senate rebuff forced him to consider quitting the federal Judiciary altogether. Included are such basic in- dustries as railroads, trucking, au- tomobile n t anufacturo, rubber, an d than meat packing.

,000. C , offiop, saying the Senate rebuff forced him to consider quitting the federal Judiciary altogether. Included are such basic in- dustries as railroads, trucking, au- tomobile n t anufacturo, rubber, an d than meat packing.

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