Idaho Citizen, February 28, 1930

Idaho Citizen

February 28, 1930

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Issue date: Friday, February 28, 1930

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Location: Twin Falls, Idaho

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Years available: 1927 - 1930

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Idaho Citizen (Newspaper) - February 28, 1930, Twin Falls, Idaho of all I con do or catling How can Ftymect this habit I dp It js ahout as easji to oure a boy of gating as it is to destroy his Jove for good Centimes before there was ajny stoiytellers drifted about fiom Village to gathering the people together and telling them The lne of fiction isias old as than recouled oldei en than It caiv not be footed out iti toots run t back loo And why should ydti want to loot it out9 The gieatest Teacher i that ever lived spent half time telling tones to Hia Without a paiable a stoity taught tham nothing stories have One great story written tin our VOLUME TWIN TWIN FALLS CQUrJIx FEBRUARY Number own UncleToms stmed mens heaitsithat theji Slavery must Good stoiies will not huit your boy they if he is the right Kind of inspire him to And thay do something else for equally Tfiey will develop his We have too little repaid for the high vafua of the we We too of fact We forgefihat all great TRACTORS RUN ALL NIGHT ON AMSTERDAM F ARM S work is being pushed to the limit dm ing the present me weathci Some i anchors have equipped then tiactois with Ijghts vnd the tiactois leapt all Advised to Start Spraymj Immediately to Contro Spefcial Meeting to Be Called Sqonl Fifty or more fruitgi ewers f i Twin Palls and Jerome county idwnfe attended the niceting Qf Ifills County Hoitjcultural association heie Fiji The catne here fiomf Boise wheie they tlieerday convention fruit growers j The meeting Tjfas w ltmled y Major T Lewis of elected at the Boise meetirig be president of the state hoitjcnl Director John Twin alls Cbunty Deleua Hayes Satuidav from I Solid Post Held tor Past 12 GaSifjine Tax fncKease But Months j Pass Prospects Qood for 1930 Says Fly Report Govern merit Survey Leads Walter Carter to Forecast Absence of Leaf Hopper Menace in Four South Central Counties of State Ivises Planting of John11 chief water master for the Twin Falls Canal company employee ofthe old Twin Falls Land and that whether it GoyeiFjior Bald ridges road through special session of Disease People Observe Quaranlp tine Regulations Against Wate1 10 lour docs actual practice or became n in this The proposal to raise thegasoline succc dniR Join K Hayes tax to cents a gal wns lelcnsecl bj the directors j Ion to amend treasury l Meningitis Doctor permit of a resJK11 i tax Anticipation tuial Hedged united thioat to at Mi lion appointed on moinotss adopted record tion of N V at time senate and house a monti Emma L Wick was 1 which Monday anil fin Reactions on anothei batch of ieLljctorl sucretarv ished tjieji1 business by midafter among fill Uoopeiate under the federal taken of at f200 a Kimbeily high pomtment of les il com el dsfer sehooJsMtfeyealed several more car red tintil tlieie is a full attsnd thc apinoon The aiticimtion will with which to match f 111 i T i 1 HVt 3 1 Lit IIIUIJ 11 1 act t gJiursday bringing ance of Bothfederal money for road Should Sprat Now WicksT chief of the deptotrtjent Of the tbtal up to 26 qccoiding to piesent and former structioiil in Last years George h alth FuuiV L Steph1 appropriation for this stats had to iftphysician These tound in 16an nominated bj Sharp and j be reserve because the I i1 tamihes of these two J F i es utuch No vote j state haijjf no funds to match The I all gieat ih science or camj t6 because man fust SmaffihataoJi to Majiyinen Jjeen hit on a New ihj apple hit had Jl formulate and carry tlient poweifulj intelligent J t use this 41 teat prints stories responsibility that he must senoiisly if he any sort of at He is intrusted duty of1 stimulating the imag tttion of thousands of childien mothers like you if he publish whose appeal is to the of d ashieve ascertain sort rof culture at ioui 6f the cnnieis at discussed xoui of tne cmieis on mis as seveial stockj same sttttation thvpatened the loss ing riwth actiyitieif while located in already Wider hokjeis piont objected to Presi1 of ifiiO appropriation this iii University lor this dent W Hatfield of Buhl votj ducing governor call the discussed oilfSprnysf said i The cultuiefc being taken i by oial foi VicelVesi special to legalise raising tsfts had discounted of purely as a matter of W C Blown oi C ithe necefeary many fruitgrowers that he there being no danger of ill at I frost follows spuvyang is an outbieak Of disease Of the I to Rtsign Bl Oveiwhelmmgly Serious Ofre test hrfd cases occuaing heie this Mf ITaycs cimc Objection that the increased Vealed aeeumtiiated degrees opo died nnd the othoi he lefupsd foi th second tax would give furmojs1 of belowrZeio aitcif doiare recovciing Theie been to 4efn loputecjh quested j mora fees was denied with the mant Spray was applied and no since February 7 Final by the diiectors The Saturday i explanation that gasolins used on damage Was urged tJie inactions on cultutes oi students nightr meetinp was held especially farms jiot subject to tW if i J1 i K A n A ri TT rn Tfl fit 1C rt 1 J fPVin li 1 An i i i i use of dormant right bef ore buds appear aa too known in 01 Break Quarantine to Aohsidei this PS the icsult hoSJJJKe voted 47 to inckul ths Fiidaj meeting hen ing Parish and Petty is chief fault with uusj The piesent laige numbei of an open letter to grove w Twin Fals Tlie Cheaper We iWauy patrieis is due partly to the m which he declared Ppeatejjq delegation also was Scafe obtained byadvised the county commis anv anticipation proposal spraying early infthe While the usual 4 of pareiits in tins ic tiavagenc01 nor upon ng extirv W0ik any devotion parsed with about thsame th a opposition being out loyalty to L the mtzrets of the vjtel This three than per feent to get the A stronger solution of emulsion Should be v f i quarantine ineisuies stockholders 01 the imposed upon all Project which we until they aie to seiv of the to of the geimg will be taken Ask y so Or Mayire eveiy mother among his ware hirf and every son er heed not concerfti yourself your bpy1 hkes ihe He storleaPsdo they ap his ow ita best side 1 the important jpmeri Are be 3 jier j Both men feksd a grower ehould stay With it had I of Closes Plants bgetj industry needs the a grower ehould stay With it in stead of trying out mai H0 also for lojler and al teitote r i Most Effective so a3 lead outlined had T Wt w 1 rui over nmucpHLy iictiua LIIU jifgf lead arsenate had avhlgier tariff which westein eon per while nicogtessmen aie Unless ijSfad averaged Ithiilirotaiction is he two and other sugar factories will heavyJUkelj1 lie closed yeai because cannot raise of oil arid xvith tlje quantities of lead wgejiftte spray wa bast foi cane sugar imported from Cuba tjie which p gaining in the without a moie Westerncongress most guaitei dEs ate billfont dollar sugarbeet iJidUhtiy prevalent insome that they I of this including the make the limbs look the Twin Falls county seek Why j by sjfi the Hayes as to beref managerskreport siib ist svei given thtiv said The indebtednes had been paid off to the extent of including the measures expenses Of the sps itIE session1 confirming appoint of riesj to be governor aguin succeeding B JUiuie of and adopting resolutions ut the recent deaths of Former Governor Fred1 Report on Leaf hopper Conditions for Twin and Cassia Idaho This fourth annual statement of its designed to give sugar beet growers in counties mentioned the information avail able on this date as to sugar beet prospects ihe coming season only in so far as leaf hopper is con Such information obviously cannot take into consideration any of the numerous otherfactors that in the production of a good crop or take in account the climatic conditions of the coming spring and These prospects are for a good beet Hiberna tion studies showed a high in one type of cage and a ilovy mortality in another but advantage has been takenof the fine weather prevailing to thoroughly the desert breeding This survey has demonstrated conclusively that desert popidations are as as in the early seasons of good The fall weather chart has been care fully compared with similar charts for the past eleven beet This comparison indicates clearly that the past winter has been of a type associated good beet years having very little leaf hopper dam As was in the three preceding great emphasis should be placed on planting as early as the season will This is generaly true but so in the case of growers whose farmsare situated close to the edge of the cultivated If the precaution of planting early is TWK Jeaf holers that get to We fields should The of AgTJculture not anyjftifje made of this report in interpictirig concli pftheilimitecl area AT VV flLj 1 IZiJX 1 United Duboii Former Chark count Sii far as fly is con ciined this year will lie as fine for beet production iis any pre vious Kuoil aiording to tlu j fourth annual issued thi week by Walter senior i euioMiolofrit of the United States bureau nf entomology in chsirpv jof the txperiineul station has been waiting for final tab ulation on the in i the nnd will leave MarCh to tak a similur position for the Hawaiian Pineapple Giuw I ers assooiution in i While Carter excludes all other adverse factors which might arise to thwart hi n most favorable situation in four south central I counties regarding the white fly j which is declared to be at a mini imum of population in the where the bug stresses the impovtaiue of Jearly planting to take the groat jest of this i saying that if this is dune there is little of the bugs lpearing in sufficient numbers to harm the this yvar in fthis Comparison js made weather charts of the last 11 years that condition this year are good The severe freezing1 period beginJ ning January according to tljjs of f idal was effective in getting Hastings of Nez Perce and n of the in the had been i educed fiom f2 25 to 75 an impiovt an LOTO of gait Lake ivent in 9ther ff juesident Of the Ameiican Ptesident advised hwould explain pnvately regular baakruptcy petitions but declined to the matter Continental anjl the Hoiin a geneial He adniit ELECT WATERMASTER Thai Commits ot Nine to meet Monday and name a new watai master foi the Snhka iivei systemto succeed Clyde B ild wm ol Idaho FalK who reqently Lynn Ci indall of Curb Rate Increase Th public inion ot chippeij opposing an j the interstate c to tates icjng poul and products exported utilities com mission Idaho shippers con these rate reductions r tunu LIIJC Limsu law i eauctions Louis sugar howevei thatll did not con Watcimatci foi fheBu put the iltcs nolower to the eek is serious pioof th it sider Mr Haves competent luvei In bten in other sections and that Idaho producars h bt en rotoin Piesed by Mi foi mended foi the job and is the only Continued on Page rive roi Toprganize Rich of the Idaho I has mailed urgiiie asspciatioto be af entomologist Lots f Chief Jjieid Inspector Wicka said Coddling motfi half toillion loss to Idaho fiuit each This is 15 pei oent of the Much of it ie Its from sprays and put dates too far Ho charts which showed the higher tariff protection to pi other compares as those two President has Choice Spuds Sent to Snow Secretaiy Parsons of the state chamber of commerce has s when mailed a caiton select Idaho time touse snrays potatoes to Donald just before Maine who recently raised a If fiuitgrowfuiore in oojigiess because Idaho it is their spuds were printed on the con se 1jhe giessional m red j1 Snow declaied unfan to m ilnMaine and oilier potato states to give Idftho preference and out in that concessional menuesi weie no place fdr advertising taiy Parsons Snow in a f i lendly spirit that the spuds were sent front the land Wheie the sons of jackasses grow these FYI choice taking the phrase described Senator Moses of New Hampshire called the wesst Progressive senators the sons of wild and as ieinj entitledto vote on the tMnnf op but yhnef Secretary Parsdns Ranked wucfo more Snow for glvlnsr Idaho spuds so hnuchfree r 1 serious danger to Previousreports lii Cartr have provenaccurate in le the advisability of rais ing beets Some beets were allowed to grow in after planting other Those beets were de stroyed Av thewhite flies which appeared iji large numbers late in the His favorable Ifon cast last year was followed by the crop ever produced Srigar company officials de that are very valuable jn determing be iorehand whether the crop should be thereby avoiding bio Josses farmers and the company if the buss crop February Abruptly As giiiQt Storm Set tles Over FAIR FINANCING a uilk by Frank at thefair executives Imeeting here lust week the After of beau tiful weatherOld Man Winter n Necessary Fair came buck Tuesday night with in dications will come in committee like t A sleet blew Earl Keiiedy of Jtr OVCT the region and again Thurs i difficulty with traffic The snow stuck to headlights and forcing people to get out fre quently them One accident occjfirTed Tuesday when Jesse son of1 and Kichens was part ly thrown through the windshield nne Graves the Twin Clark Moon of the Unh listrict and Swetnrv Heist Of the Lincoln i fair at Wjia instructed to seelCj improvement iiv legisla more from countv funds better support foi the JH club contests of the state at the Jer amend he was wippig as his next full John Wyatt started to turn a i to tlui state f t to Plinit county fairs to rais car hit a isBuinJ young a cut anticipation notos a 7inch snow fell at breaking down historic trees and jjaralyzing power lines resulting injithe closing of i Snow wls reported deeper in districts the proniising benefits particularly to the areas fwhich depend on deep snowfall for adequate irrigation The season is so late that nb prolonged wintry weather is now prospects being tljfit the farmoperations which started may continue without In the Wendell and Shoslione plowing started some time the brothers having already started plantinje onions on the old Lincoln farms Lamjblng is nearin the and the sefsori ha beeji an unusually a high per centage of lambs sheepmen serious effects froiyi the presewt The sheep are in Condition and plenty of feed fs anticipation or soine At frtiis are conducted on of credit basis in having collect the netesan finance thiough taxes cpnhideifed Incon venient and be ovciconw it legislation enuoted to that the hoi Son Into Barclay was appoint ed bj the Jerome county com mission d laft to succeed his Adam Barclay as county The new attor ney is 2J oR graduate of TijgJi school arid he state and forborne timefhas been fathfej k Jaw He has befentois assistant in the coun ty office the The ejden Barclay will retire today an ripuntj attorney and ber come junior judglp of the Eleventh judicial District Hngli of who recently ;