Idaho Citizen, June 14, 1927

Idaho Citizen

June 14, 1927

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Idaho Citizen (Newspaper) - June 14, 1927, Twin Falls, Idaho AN ALLSTATE COlvtMUNITY BUILDERSPUBLISHED IN IDAHO Brisbane TwieeaWeek VOLUME 7 TWIN TWIN FALLS JUNE 1927 Number 90 LINDBERGH AND COLUMBUS A WONDERFUL MOTOR NO JUMPING LUNGS TOO GOOD By the fathers and because their college observe that Lind bergh went to no was a plow on his fathers He was a solitary enjoying arid new garage owner in who once hired Lindbergh to make I dont think he was lonesbme on that Slim bergh was a peculiar He did not care for company or any except daring Every thing he had carried goggles a d toothbrush stuffed in the big his ov now to find something doing that will not kill Lindbergh proves that seeming at the are of permanent It was called reck less folly when Columbus made his transatlantic hop in the opposite Cool heads told him he would fallover the edge of the and his crew wanted to turn Pultons experiment with and Franklins with the seemed Congressmen that voted to spend money onGovernment experi ments with telegraph messages were beaten for The voters had no use for a Congressman that would vote towaste an echo Congressman that if one all could fly from here to thousands might fly from or and be less welcome than Lindbergh was in p The recdrd shows Liiicfberghs Thirten Middlewest and Newspapers Are Riinniing Paid Idaho Advertising Gratifying response is already be ing made to series of Idaho state advertisements now being run in a number middlewest and coast according to reports rom the office of Govrenor Bald chairman of the state board f publicity which is expending 3500 in an effort to tourists nd inveiitors to this I Gongressman Addison Smith as forwarded a protest tothe ailing attentioh to the fact that this ection of Idaho has not been men iohed the1 egion betweenAmerican Palls and Hageijman with its varied in agricultural 5 the particular district whose at ractions form little or no material or the advertising Advertisements are to appear in he thirteen papiers in that enters of population coming west rom Chicago and including Chicago ribune Omaha Des Moines Topeka Wichita Lincoln Denver Jismark Pierre Capital ournalj Los Angeles Seattle Hmes and Portland hese papers have a combined cir ulation of and there will C impressions of the by the dahoStateBoardiifPublicityT4yhich s a joint body of state ap ointees and the state chamber The advertisements are II single fifteen inches long are attractively displayed gallons of gasoline per hour of fly ing and did betterthan 100 miles to the At twenty cents a gallon that meaus about of plus twenty gallons of Not expensive for a trip to 1 Anybody who that air planes will carry passengers Across the ocean for less than all day light has little confidence in human Statistics show this countrys in come in 1926totalled seventyeight six hundred and million from all the ditch diggers the coupon cutters That means for every woman and or for i 1 earning person engaged in Professor teacher of physi cal education in York Univer justly criticises violent exercise for young To permit competition girls in hurdle high broad is a crime against the girls and against the future Girls were not made to They were mjtde for and should be taught and protect their complicated the Pall whiskey bourbon and made of corn and will be manufactured under su pervision of the Treasury Depart No whiskey should be suggested for medicinalpurposes If doctors say alcohol is they should use brandy made of Many poisons are in grain even carefully Real brandy is free of poisonous oils and other unless you call pure alcohol a Wood alcohol is potato al cohol is very less grape alcohol safest Those that sent threatening let concerningthe Sacco and Van zctti to Governor Puller did i frighten the He rejects the suggestion of a commission to review the Sacco and Vanzetti case saying that the responsibility is his The Governor cannot delegate his The law provides the decision must be made by him governor Puller will do his own in vestigaiting and his own Consumptives will be interested t thai physical even han in is no except in extreme Consumptives often have lung that might be called too th lung so great that th heart finds ilif f iculty in pumping ai adequate Exercise i moderation strengthens the heart the ANTICS OF LAUGHING BROOKY The Humorous Antics of a character of the earljj days of this is the title of a sketch which will appear in the succeeding issue of The It is from the pen of Walgamott of this author of the book on historical happenings Shake river Read this new article in The Citi Impounding Sufficient Supply for 1927 of t as folloi advertising Idaho May YeffoWstpne dashing mighty fruitful val next door Yel See it all in one glorious Less tw hours drive from ellowstone to the upper Mesa Palls AMERICAN ALLS Natural flow of tHe Snake from pres ent will be sufficient to meet the needs and re quirements of the irrigation projects throughout the lower As a result of this situation officials of the Bureau of Reclamation look for only a nominal demand for storage water to be used for purposes of ir arid it is quite likely that the American Palls at the end of Mts first year lof will go into the fall and winter months with its level practically un At the present time less than required to the reservoir to itsmaximum capacity of Kjosness Says This Better Prospects Than Entire West Former State Commissioner of Agriculture Com pletes Tour of Coast Finds Twin County in in this section are far ahead of all other irrigated areas in the according to former state commissioner of who was a Twin Falls fLsitor Kjosness was here in the interests of the tain States Producers of which he fs gen eral and has just completeda tour of the producing sections of Washington and Despite the fact that the late sea son has set plant growth back some what he finds crops in this sec tion far advanced over all other Only two other districts in the entirearea vjsited Kjos are as far advanced as this said the These are the Bitter Root valley and a small section near in Various crops in other have been affected by late and is universally tremend ous crop of weeds in all irrigated The former agricultural commissioner said he saw more clean fields and crops here than any place on this By some says this district has fortunatej and a similar event at Thurs ly escaped the late frosts that took I day The organization of GALENA OPEN MONDAY The road over Galena summit into the Salmonriver play groundwas to be opened to traf fic reports Ash district state highway who visited the summit last Heavy trucks will not be allowed on the road for the first The roadside of the Galena highway is mostly bare below the last few hundred yards near the In that section snow is still as much as two feet in Reclamation Bureau Men Inspect New Site In contrast he finds all fruits here in good The Twmland empire right now is in one of the best posi tions it ever has been agricul was the optimistic statement of The Twin Falls tract has high est promise of unexampled pros Indications point to good prices for early potatoes and other Beets look good and if careful attention is given to bean to irrigation and to maturing the I predict an unusually prosperous year Kjosness attended a meeting of honey producers Wednesday night all the cherries in Lewiston at Walla Walla and at Yakima took all the peaches and half the prunes at Lewiston and adversely affected the wesfe The cherries and some peaches were at the prunes only being which he is general manager oper ates in Oregonr Wyomingand Colo Stinson of Twin Falls theTaSsocia Stark of Mountain Home 000 acre Thursday to be the storage total stood Only feet more will fill the big lake to the limit of its and then the surplus of be a meeting of the Name Miss Muckey Elks Provide Flag Assistant Prosecutor Day Program Sunday mitted to pour over the two ap pointments were Elmer Kerr 11 i MiiiuiiiidiLia WCAC XVCIJL of Hansen was ruinedjUBticeofthe i of that precinct Miss Public commemorative of flag day were observed here Sun day at 3 oclock at the Elks lodge the Benevo That the reclamation bureau as now favorably disposed ing work on tiie big power plant at American Fulls which will eventual pump water necessary to irrigate the acres of land compris ing the North Side Minidoka Project I was shown last week when of the Denver of i visited American Palls to pb j tain the necessary data for able Says the Minidoka County News of Visiting Editor Extolls He Was in conference vrith r 1 I superintendent of the JVleritS Or JLocal j power plant at Minidoka and j Dana associate engineer in charge of American Falls and it is understood every phase of the construction of the power plant was will be remembered that the last session of congress an propriation of was made for the purpose of beginning work on the power Ijhe being that vwirk would start early in the Late in follow ing a conference of project superin tendents and engineers held in Den ver persistent Aumois were circu lated that the appropriation would not be no work started on the bigproject this year due to the factthat immediate marketwas in sight for the power to be In an effort toward having the begin the North Side Intension com Herds Compliments to Twrin Falls county dairymen are paid Horace writing in the current Idaho Farmer concerning a recent tour of Holstein herds in this The annual Black and tours take place in a number of dif ferent localities of the This year George director of the statct bureau of was as was president of the state Holstein asso Says concerning the trip iri this May Twin Falls county Holstein farms were two miles from the with 60 grade and purebred Hempleman has a herd of the local Community Club became interesting the neigh boring towns in the culmin in a meeting at jGooding some j weeks with representatives from American Falls and Burley at syhich time the aid of its constrion us lent aria Protective Order of Boy Scouts assisted officers of attorney at a salarythe lodge in depicting the nine stages of 1200 a by a majority vote I in the development of Ad tion of with quite a proportion of the herd under mature He sells milk and has nn extremely well arranged came the herd another market milk farm I members df Idahos delega with 16 purebreds and 52 fion in congress were i wired of the the Miss who has vr LUC IT Co a till a f the Snake 106 feet high than were for would have full now had been county Her there been any real necessity to im1 successor has not been it was pound it has been released in much greater quantities dison representative in con delivered the which was listened to by a Continued on PageSix months was amounting to only Complainant asks for alimony in the the graduation exercises of their acre amount of a Miss 57 Million Government Re port Drouth and heavy rain falls in dif erent parts of the important farm ng regioijs of the combined ivith cold have been1 detri mental to farm operations and grow A decline of approximately 57 milr iori bushels in the indicated winter wheat crop was shown Thursday in the department of agricultures June crop1 wKich placed the prob able production of winter wheat this based June 1 at almost 90 mil ion bushels less than was harvested ast Continued the report lave seriously delayed eorri planting n nearly all of the corn jeltwhere seeding usually is about completed by June iThis year up o June only onequarter of the intended acreage had been planted in onehalf in other and in other areas the plant ing was much later than feet As result the storage divorce on inhuj and four younger children will arrive j proven Model Fobes gain the first six days of the man treatment and Jin Ann Harbor this weekto witness whose 13 daughters with cow testing association records averaged G8 pounds more butterfat cow than their The herd contains a beautiful lot of both grade ind At the home of Joseph were four purebred and num ber of The average produc qf butterfat last year 37 pounds for the 15 cows in the asso A handsome barn ajul oth All last week it ran over the spill ways and through the highpressure ates at the rate of Suit has FOR DIVORCE f iled in district There were instrumental vocal BABCOCKS GO EAST courtby Edna PetHeroff against her husband Joe Fetheroff asking for Judge Babcock Gooding National GommJltteehKin HvtiS so apparently exceptionally good The fact that Old a has a cow testing association record of 073 pounds of qnd an other grade has a record of 527 seems to show the ability of Tenckinck to select good cows and to develop At Longs the farm next near was found the on page 2 TTJTTG TT C IJnLlb WCJKLD of JURo FOREIGN Execute Russians jCommunjque from Russia announced execution of persons accused of counterrevo lutionary Causes conster nation through soviet union Auto Classic Paolo 200mile auto classicat Al averaging miles Overhaul Cham berlin and Charles Am erican transatlantic are at Germany where their airplane motor will be War is war talk by the soviet at Moscow in Ten sentenced to UNITED STATES Drew Is 73year old actor is seriously ill at San His doctor is effects of his illness will be President Coolidge into tribe upon riis arrivel in Black President and with their en tourage are expected to leave their summer vacation home in the Black Hills With favorable weather large part of the intended corn acreage may still it and the increased of cqrn may stimulate planting in the south and iu other sections where conditions are The late planting handicap can be overcome only by unusually favorable weather during the growing season and by freedom from frost next the report ascent of its net profits in the past three PredictsAir Freight A regular twoway aerial freight Heavy The National In dustrial conference board announces that agriculture in the United States paid taxes amounting to per flooded condition of the low er Mississippi the backward state of the season over great Lindy in New York New York roars its welcome to Colonel Lind bergh upon his arrival the me tropolis yesteqjjay who made his triumphant return to America after shattering worlds record in nonstop New York to Paris air i Completes Task Former Governor John Parker announces he has completed his tasks as dicta tor in the Choose was chos en as the 1928 convention city of Kiwanis International in session at Memphis last Henry was chosen president of the succeeding Ralph Am former Heinz retiring Made Colonel Charles Lind bergh was Thursday appointed a col onel in the air corps reserve of the army by Secretary of War His appointment was confirmed by President Assassinates Sen ator Albert Bogdon killed ver by Joseph who has con fessed he committed the Bog don wasshot in a struggle in the apartment of Minters estranged ArrestDe Autremonts Ray and Roy De twin brothers of Hugh De Autremont on trial in Oregon Saturday for mur were arrested at charged with com plicity in the crime for which their brother being stretches of country to the service in the opinion of Charles northeast and northwest due to be jn within a tinued rain and cloudy weather and extreme drouth in Florida and the southwest were declared to be the Indict Birger Charles outstanding features of thecrop sitsouthern Illinois gang leader was in uation at the beginning of dieted for murder of Mayor Joe Weather conditions as they develop Adams of West during the next week 10 it was will have a major influence Will Adopt Coplidge 77Sioux Lindbergh Home Nation pays Kentucky Storm Rahabilitation starts in Letcher fol lowing1storm which cost 21 lives ant i caused property damage and a half T on many of this years fc dians announce tribute over weekend to Charles Treasury Surplus President Cool idge predicts largest surplus in treasury since world The figure is expected to reach the SPORTS Johnson Rules President Johnson of the American has ruled that a ball in the dugout is out of Break 4 Records records were broken Saturday at phicago in championship meet of National Col legiate They were mile 610 half mile 154 210 quartermile 48 510 200yard low 23 STATE Autos Take Toll Frank Rose of Salt Lake City was killed and five others were injured when two er equipment are all modern to X Crawfords next visit are mostly though he has two purebred cows and hjs own herd Irving whose farm came has a good grade The day was closed tlie farm of JagleSy He started seven years ago with two heifers and now has 32 all and good At his place a brief meet ing was at which Davis and Eveily Coolidge Issues Procla tnatioh For day It is as necessary to cherish the unseen American flag stands for as to respect nation al emblem President Coolidge said Sun4ay in filling upon the pub Marihuana Lands Mexicah in Court observe June as Flag Liberty and he said in a freedom 6f thought and under the rule of reason and righteousness as expressed in our constitution and the pro tection of life and the con tinuation of justice in our domestic and foreign relations these are among the high ideals of which our flag is the visible The text of theproclamation fol lows Myfellow Americans Flag day on June 14 will mark the humhedfiftieth anniversary of the by congress of the Stars and the emblem of our It is fitting that we should The Twin Falls country is gainj recall all that our flag what ing a reputation for a new agricul tural crop that threatens to gain un merited Iti is or and responsible for the arrest t Friday evening ofFrank native of who collided at Sunday chief of on a down town Marihuana js a narcotic said To Sell thousand acres of state land will be offered for sale in the Gem irrigation district at July Bishop Bishop Danjel of the Idaho diocese of the Roman Catholic churchy died sud denly Thursday at a Lewiston hos it1 represents to our citizens and to the nations of the Time to Give Thanks There no more appro priate time to give thanks for the blessings that have descended upon o and to rededicate ourselves the J high for which our ensign Lioerty and to be raised in small quantities in i of thoughf and speech under the rule this A passed at the of reason and righteousness as ex Insf session of the state legislature makes it unlawful to have it in ones It can be or made into a and many who have used it are said to haye become Kutch wassentenced to 60 days in jail by Judge Bailey but was paroled to Frank Mexican in Death Frank i Kutchs good be dipH TiViHnv hnvinr died Friday as the result bf drinkjng poison which she had confused for a A branch house of Moffit Towne has been estab lished in Boise summer school opened Its doors June PAROLE CONFESSED FORGER Thomas plead guilty in district court here Friday before Judge Hugh Baker and was par He was brought back from Jarbidge earlier in the week by Charles deputysheriff and prosecuting pressed in our constitution and the protection of life and the continuation of justice in onf domestic and foreign these among the high ideals of which our flag is the visible It will be futile merely to shotf outward respect for oiir national em blem if we not cherish in our hearts an unquenchable love of and devotion to the unseen which it rep To the end that we may direct our attention to these I sug gest that Flag be observed in splay of the Stars and Stripes places and upon public and private buildings and by patriotic ex ercises in our schools and community centers throughout the ;

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