Idaho State Journal, September 19, 1957, Page 2

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September 19, 1957

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Idaho State Journal (Newspaper) - September 19, 1957, Pocatello, Idaho Obituary Shirley J. Mayer Dies In Hosplal Mrs. Shirley J. Mayer, 30, wife of Richard Mayer, 1040 Cahoon, died in a local hospital this morn- Ing from compli- cations following child birth. Shirley Pidcock was born 1927, in Twin Falls, the daugh- ter of Bert and Bernlce Lennle ridcock. She at- tended schools In moving here in 1946. She attended Idaho State College and was em- ployed as a secretary for' Iho Farm Bureau, at First Security Bank, and as a nurse's aid in St. Anthony Hospital, She was married in Butte, Mont., Aug. 18, 1948. Survivors are her husband; a daughter, Karen Jean, and a son, Michael Richard; her parents, Jnfcom; and four brothers, Jiobert Pidcock, San Rafael, Calif.; Ken- neth, Fort Sill, Okla.; Keith and Bill of Inkom. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Downard Fun- eral Home. Mrs. Mayer Atomic Blast (Cbntlnued from Page 1) "before you could enter the tun- nel." The, mesa appeared to rise slighlly In (he sunlight, and then tettled back while loosened rock tumbled from the sides and dust stirred by the sudden jolt swirled trees. The blast had a force equiva- lent to between and tons of TNT. Tremor Is Recorded From a temporary forward con- trol point 214 miles from the mouth of the tunnel, scientists re- ported they saw no flash of light, felt no wave of heat, no shock wave and saw no mushroom cloud. Their preliminary report to Ihe AEC said the shot was a "success" so far as the problem of blanketing radiation fallout was concerned. "While it was almost certain that there was a slight surface pulsation of Ihe earth at the tern porary control point, observers here felt the report said. At the California Institute of Technology, approximately 300 miles distant In Pasadena, Calif., the seismograph registered the fores of tho detonation at S on the Rlchter scale, strong enough to have damaged buildings had It occurred beneath a populated area, The shock took 45 seconds to roll across the 300 miles. The University of California reismograph at Berkeley, approx- imately 350 miles away, also reg- istered the shock. This was farther than Ihe AEG had expected a recordable shock wave would travel. Before blast lime they estimated It would flz- ile out after .200 miles. "It Is Improbable that any ra- diation reached the surface and quite probable that none escaped Into the was the preliminary conclusion of lha radiation team at the forward observation cen- ter. Phone Strike roperly owners within the Ml- chaud Flats Project, I want yiu and them to know that I am decp- y concerned about the problem outlined In this petition. It will be my purpose to meet with you and as many as possible of the land- to get a complete picture of he situation." "I have a heavy schedule for the next few weeks but shall arrange o make a visit to the project and confer with you and the commit- ee. Congressman Hamer Budge pre- viously met with the committee and Ihis week informed It that the reclamation Ulrccor for Idaho will confer with them. Potvin said the committee will :ry to arrange satisfactory meet- .ng dates at a meeting tonight. OMAHA (UP) Hogs 4.500; firm lo fully 25 higher; US 1-3 grades 200 240 Ibs. 18.30-19.00. Cattle calves 40; fed steers and heifers generally steady, scattered sales good and choice steers 20.00-24.00; good to low choice heifers 19.00 21.75; cows generally steady to strong; utility and commercial 13-00-15.50; stockcrs and feeders scarce, steady. Sheep all classes nomin- ally steady; good and choice spring lambs 20.50-21.00. Alameda Gas Users Want Connections A group of Alameda nalural gas users Wednesday night told Ihc city council they were "getting cold" and that if home connections were not made right away, they might do their own connecting. Home line must be conneclcd by s licensed plumber, and Alameda City Clerk Leon Merrill said no li- censes had been issued to make connections. In other council meeting business proposed ordinance on local im- provement No. 23 was given a sec- ond reading. The proposal Is for lateral and trunk service con- struction in the Norlh Pocalello area. Robert F. Hamilton of Hamilton ami VoDller Kngineering Co. In charge of (lie planning, said nor- mal progress was being made for the construction. Missing Youth's Dad Dies in A.F. FALLS Police Chief Hobart Steely today appealed to persons who may know t he whereabouts of Vernon Blazer, 17, American Kails, to encourage him to return home. Blazer's lather, died this morning. The youth, who has been missing since Saturday, was five feel 11 inches (all, weighed about 170 pounds, has. brown hair and haze! eyes. He was wearing brown gabar- dine slacks, a blue and white plaW wool shirt and black loafer shoes and a brown suctle jacket. Steely said the youth would likely seek employment as a tntck driver In the Pocatetlo area. By the Numbers WASHINGTON N, Hammond, who said he geti no social security or pension, hasn't had a Job in 14 years and is buy- Ing his own home, has another distinction. Police who booked the 80-year- old man on a charge of running a numbers racket laic "he's the oldest numbers man ever arresled." Only Eight Bids Gain Approval at Fort Hall Ths Journal'j Idaho FORT HALL Of 29 bids sub- mitted Wednesday In t govern- ment-supervised sale ot Indlan- ownerl land here, only elslu were accepted, Reservation S'.inl. Frcll M. Owl announced today. Owl said 21 bida were rejected because they to meet the value set by a government appraii- cr. Thirty-six parccli of land com- prising some acres were on the block. Of the eight, the Shoslione-Dan- noclt Tribes, which had opposed the bid successfully on two 20-acre parcels wilh bids of wich. Verio Rose bid on a 160-acre parcel and will give the tribes Ihc opportunity to meet hi bid and buy the land. Others whose bids arc subject to approval by the Indian landow ers, Ihe agency superintendent au, the Portland area Bureau of Indian Affairs director, were: X'orris N Murdoch, 80 acrei, J. Ma Chrlslcnscn, 50 acres, Sinn ley Hull. 20 acres, Ch.irles S. Hall. 20 acres. and Gener- al Mills, Inc., 6.015 acres, The ncreiji Weather Expected "temperatures High today SO, low tonight 28, high Fri- day CO. Temperatures in 24 Wednesday 68, low this morning 35. Average 57, normal 59. Precipitation .01, recorded r.t :he airport, expected slightly high cr downtown. Total for rrmnth .01. Normal for date .57. Sunrise Friday at a. m. Sunset at p. in. For the Pocatello area Cloudy wllh a few .sprinkles, clearing late :his afternoon and tonight, with milling frost tonight. Some early morning fog or low clouds Friday. Friday mostly fair and warmer. Southeast Idaho: Mixed rain and snow ending before noon with par- :Jol clearing this aflernoon. Grad- ual clearing and colder tonight. Pair and warmer Friday Low to- night 24 to 32, high today 42 to 12, high Friday 52 to 62. Ten veterans of last year's suc- cessful squad and 18 new mem- were listed on the roster for he 1957-58 Idaho State College dc- >atc learn announced by W. N. Cor- )ln, director of forensics. Last year ISC debaters won 64 er cent of their Individual" events n tournaments all over (he nation. The national debate topic for concerns the "rbjlil to vork" law in force In several .lates and proposed in others in- 'cquirement of membership In a employment should be illegal." employment should be illegal." The students debate both sides of he question alternately and do not uphold either side, Corbin explain- ed. Returning from last year's squad are three seniors: Jon Harward and Norman Smith, Pocatello, and ,loyd Guderjohn, Idaho Falls; two unlors, Larry Judd, Lava Hot prings, and Eileen Taney, Black- oot; a second semester freshman: .aN'ae Hill of Rexburg; and four sophomores: Carl Larson, Pay- Rodney Parrlsh, Chubbuck; 'om Stoltz, Jerome; and Lynn Thomas, Hurley. New members of Ihe debate squad are Diane Bllyeu, Pocatello ienior; John Clawson, Pocatello sophomore; Ellen Fay Hunt, an Falls junior; Ilichard Johnson, Pocatello junior; Patri- cia McDermott, Pocatello senior; N'elson, I.ewiston, Ulah, soph- omore; Joe Ulrich, Twin Falls unior; Kenneth Wrenn, Pocatello sophomore; and 10 freshmen: Jean- ette Bradley, Carolyn Fishburn, Jarlene Gaines and Lonnie Kelly, all of Poeatello; Michael Adams, Stibnitc; Stanley Byrd, Plngree; Al- jert Cox, Akron, Ohio; Kathleen Kgan, Arimo; Mary Loula, Amer- .can Falls; .and Margery Rugan, Higby. Debate Coach Corwin will be as- sisted.by Ralph Swisher, o, business manager of a weekly newspaper, The -Intel-mountain. Swisher, a 1950 graduate, 'ivas a member of Ihe ISC debate squad. Idaho Slate College has sched- uled three -oratorical events and made tentative plans lo attend five tournaments at oner colleges. First tournament on this year's Atlanta Hillings Bismarck Boise Rest on Butte Chicago Denver Las Vegas Logan Los Angelej Miami Minneapolis New Orleans New York Ogden Omaha Phnenix Pocalello Portland Prove Salt Lake Cily San Francisco St. George St. Louis Seattle Spokane Washington W. Yellowstone Max. 79 47 46 62 68 43 74 80 S3 70 79 85 81 B5 76 69 80 87 60 72 70 71 89 84 B3 4R 74 57 Min. Tcp. 68 .54 32 .55 30 .32 55 21 66 44 60 36 62 77 63 72 62 33 61 62 3fl 43 46 44 58 51 67 41 31 65 32 .45 .24 .09 Parents Seek Damages In Collision Suit _ Damages tnlnling are asked in three complaints filed In district court as an aftermath of motor vehicle collision June 19, 1957, In the 2200 block on South Fifth. Plaintiffs are Howard Hall, Me Cammon, and his wife, Janice Hal vs. Bradley Alvin Christiensen a (he driver of the car alleged to have been responsible for the col lision and his wife, as the ownei of the machine. In two of the complaints the par ents are acting as guardians of two of their children, Kevin, 4 anc Shelly, 7. The three complaints die tha Janice Hall was driving south on Fifth when Ihe defendant Chris tionsen drove onto the highway Jus! north of Ihe Fredregill road. Plain- tiffs charged negligence on the part of Chrl.Mlensen, alleging he gave no notice or warning. In the complaint In which the parcnls are acllnj as guardians for Ihclr daughter, they charged that she suffered a brain concus .'.Ion and ask special dam- ages, and J10.000 general damages In Ihe complaint in the parcnls are acting us guardian for Ihe boy Kevin, 4, Ihey claim he suffered severe lactratlons of the scalp nnd nsk for special damages and general dam- ages. In Ihlrd complaint H Is al- leged that Janice Hal] suffered a fractured left wrist, broken ribs and painful bruises and abrasions. Plaintiffs ask In this acllon special damages, general damages and for damages to the Hall our. Veterans Will Form Core Of ISC Debate Teams debate calendar Is the Gem Slate Jamboree at ISC pel. 25-28. Right schools from eixhl .states have been invited. And English team from Cambridge University will de- bate with a selected ISC team In Pocalello Oct. 28. PI Kappa Delia's debato frater- nity's provincial tournament will be held at ISC next spring, firsl time Idaho Stale has been host. Other meets on the tentative Speech Assn. Tournament' in Los Angeles Nov. 23-26, Linfield College Tournament of Champions at Me- Minnvilie, Ore., In the spring, liocky Mountain Speech Tourna- ment in Denver in February, Bison Forensic Tournament at Central Stale College in Edmond, Okal., and Tau Kappa Alpha Invitational Tournament at Missoula next spring. ISC is defending champion in the Rocky Mountain Speech Tournament. City Will Buy New Equipment The city commission tonight will consider bids on a 'new shovel, Iracfor and street sweeper. Other business on the agenda for the 8 p.m. meeling in the city building includes a request from the safety council to move a traffic light from the 1000 block of South Fifth to South Fifth and Easi Ter- ry, and a license application 'for a 550-gallon gas storage tank at Ilic Universale Pipeline Constructors plant at municiapl airporl. The commission also will consid- er renewal of a water pipe line crossing the Union Pacific Rail- road tracks and an appeal from a zoning commission ruling by H. C. Perkins, 209 South Seventh. COLD SRIXG HARBOR, N.Y. T. Falrchlld, 74, sports- man and former chemical execu- tive, died Wednesday of leukemia. Asian Flu (Continued from PRIM diseases." These persons are usual ly the most seriously affected. The report urged readying of re- serve facilities for bed care ol large numbers. Vaccination Is voluntary and the Asian flu shot will be available through private physicians, but lit- tle lias come lo Hie Pocatello area as yet. Southeastern District Health Department workers and Bannock Memorial hospital em- ployees have received shots. Only a very few have been available lo Ihe public. The shots produce Immunity for 6-12 months and arc effective 10 to 14 days after injection, the Ida- ho report said. Vaccine production Is Ingoing with less Ilian six million closes re- leased. Kicht million had been hoped for by Scpl. 13. Asian flu still is proving a com- paratively mild disease for most victims. Twelve deaths have been .01 of 1 per cent of (hose infected. Stamp Club to See German Stamps The Junior Sfamp Club will hear Dr. Clark Parker discuss German stamps Friday at p.m. In the courthouse conference room. Parker, Idaho State College pliy- slcian, returned this summer from a tour of duty as an army doctor in Germany. Co-sponsors Eli Obo- ler and W. B. Webb said there will be stamp trading and added that membership is open to stamp col- lectors between 7 and 17. Births BANNOCK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PICKETT To Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Pickett, 2007 North 31st, Charles E. Picketl, 2007 North 13th. Sept. 17, a son. HOLMVERG To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmverg, 1575 Willard. Sept. 18, a sou. TOOMES To-Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Toomes, 726 Myrtle, Sept. IB, a son. BACHE To Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lie Fort Hall, Sept. 18, a daughter. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL ANDERSON To Mr. and Mrs. Eheron Anderson, 518 East Poplar, Sept. IB, a son. ANDERSON To Mr. and Mrs. Echardt Anderson, 1523 East Ter- ry, Sept. 18, a daughter. MAYER To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayer, 1040 Cahoon, Sept. 18.'a son. MERCER To Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mercer, 446 North Seventh, Sept. 18, a son. GARCIA To Mr. and Mrs. Ed- word P. Garcia, 269 Washington, Sept. 19, a daughter. 100% Irish MILWAUKEE (UP) one can say Michael Peter Murray doesn't know which ilde his four- leaf clover is buttered on. Murray has petitioned to have his middle name changed to Pat- rick because the other Isn't Irish enough lo derive "nertain social and business advances." YOU Have the Property WE Have the Buyers LET'S Get Together List With Brokers, Inc. 202 North Arthur Phone 4670 THE PEOPLE'S MARKET STAR VALUE LAMB LEGS...........Ib. 59c BEEF CHUCK STEAK......lb. 55c CALVE'S LIVER ......____lb. 59c Bannock Chief SO-lb. Bag French's Duncan Mines PURPLE PLUMS Tree Top APPLE JUICE 46-oz. Can Hunt's Carnation Instant Chocolate Drink Package Libby's Corned Beef Hash can............................__ Andersen's Bean Soup 2 cans Tree Tea Dessert MARASCHINO Chuck Pot Roast Loin Veal Chops Pork Shoulder Roast......Ib. Rib Boiling Beef.......Ib. New Old Dutch Cleanser 2 27' Veal Shoulder Roast ......Ib. Chili Rolls ROBE'RTS t OELWEIN iN -WHERE AVD A GJH S'S POC ;

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