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swung over the rock and dipped In unlute to the heroes of Bntantt, 11 was the Una flying lorlrees Uie American and Filipino fighters had ^een in more than three mon Uu ond ot first Uiey weren't sure It wasn't Just another Japanese ottacker. "Wo know Mac Arihur would get some planes here." one officer shout- ed then, and ihcro wa.i Kenerol clieerlng as the plane went ovei alter blas Ung away nt Jnpancso In- stal UUons nt Nichols sir field, near Manila. He sold trouble wl Ui a reserve ij Une tank had delayed him. Yes, its match in clarity, fragrance, and that unforgcttabli Pilsner taste. l Ui Earl Car L\on in charge of the rogroni, and Mrs. Ivlni, a member of Ihe Seven Fmldcnli ot Bcven- tlrs wha wilt represent the tenrral aulhorlllcs al Ihe Twin Fb IU slake L.

Dobey rei Uled that the eom- [Hiiiy Li now selling It to tho Britlsli and Uial tho companj''s couiwel held ' Hiat.' U\ej« sales violated tlie latct- nn Uonal agreement. "If Idaho larmers don't sjipply ihcit share of tho na Uon's needs, and farmers In other parts of the coun- try fall down too, 11 looks as II agri- culture will be found , wantlnff In some respects In the 1013 war et- fort." Vaught Bald Uie nttlonal plan Ung, Inten Uons. larmers will plant only 89 per cent, of the slate dry pes production Eoal' of 1SO. Flaxseed, needed badly for oil, has been subscribed up to 90 per cent ot tho na Uonaj Koal, but Idaho tanners have Indlt coted Inlen Uons of planting only 10 per cent ot theli W. Idaho was elvcn a hish l OU goal for dry beans, which wilt be 83 per cent tilted in tji Li state, compared with 03 per cent on a na Uonn I scale. Purchaae four bottles of Brown Derby Pilsner, toacthcr with pototo chip.-^ornnndwlch mnkinffs. According to which of three proposals Is adopted, the change .would add from 24 to 40 million dollars to the annual cost of unemployment bcncfl Ls In the Empire state alone. perhaps, the outlay of many millions annually by New York Is a matter of local option, and ol casual interest to worlt- ers or taxpayers, of the other jurisdictions which have such systems.

SUB' gesicd Uinl f.o Qie Ui Ing should bi done to penult Remington Arms to sell Llic patented ammunition to Utc British. "When you've got Lisurs to meet, meet them," demanded Vinson, "L*l'B not dodge them, let's have a showdown." Idaho Acreage Boost Urged to Aid Food-for-Freedom Plans BOISE. April 17 (UJD— An n U- out effort by Idaho larrnera and stockmen will be required If tho state's production soals for the food- for -freedom proarom are to bo mot, Mltford J. "Survey by the department rcveol- ed that Idaho will fall ahort In the produc Uon of many crops which are also, lagging behind in the na- tional fioals." Vausht declared. It iiiity lii' yours hcfore yoii ciiti nvaij" yoiir.'fclvf.s of viiliics to I niiii VALUES TO ,98 $]_97 ONE RACK ™^ rack inchjde.s ninny VAI^UES TO .50 '^'"''^ niiiy chouse from belce. Make Vour Selcctioii R Early

Dobey rei Uled that the eom- [Hiiiy Li now selling It to tho Britlsli and Uial tho companj''s couiwel held ' Hiat.' U\ej« sales violated tlie latct- nn Uonal agreement. "If Idaho larmers don't sjipply ihcit share of tho na Uon's needs, and farmers In other parts of the coun- try fall down too, 11 looks as II agri- culture will be found , wantlnff In some respects In the 1013 war et- fort." Vaught Bald Uie nttlonal plan Ung, Inten Uons. larmers will plant only 89 per cent, of the slate dry pes production Eoal' of 1SO. Flaxseed, needed badly for oil, has been subscribed up to 90 per cent ot tho na Uonaj Koal, but Idaho tanners have Indlt coted Inlen Uons of planting only 10 per cent ot theli W. Idaho was elvcn a hish l OU goal for dry beans, which wilt be 83 per cent tilted in tji Li state, compared with 03 per cent on a na Uonn I scale. Purchaae four bottles of Brown Derby Pilsner, toacthcr with pototo chip.-^ornnndwlch mnkinffs. According to which of three proposals Is adopted, the change .would add from 24 to 40 million dollars to the annual cost of unemployment bcncfl Ls In the Empire state alone. perhaps, the outlay of many millions annually by New York Is a matter of local option, and ol casual interest to worlt- ers or taxpayers, of the other jurisdictions which have such systems.

SUB' gesicd Uinl f.o Qie Ui Ing should bi done to penult Remington Arms to sell Llic patented ammunition to Utc British. "When you've got Lisurs to meet, meet them," demanded Vinson, "L*l'B not dodge them, let's have a showdown." Idaho Acreage Boost Urged to Aid Food-for-Freedom Plans BOISE. April 17 (UJD— An n U- out effort by Idaho larrnera and stockmen will be required If tho state's production soals for the food- for -freedom proarom are to bo mot, Mltford J. "Survey by the department rcveol- ed that Idaho will fall ahort In the produc Uon of many crops which are also, lagging behind in the na- tional fioals." Vausht declared. It iiiity lii' yours hcfore yoii ciiti nvaij" yoiir.'fclvf.s of viiliics to I niiii VALUES TO $4,98 $]_97 ONE RACK ™^ rack inchjde.s ninny VAI^UES TO $7.50 '^'"''^ niiiy chouse from belce. Make Vour Selcctioii R Early $1.47 MEN'S OXFORDS One Group Browns and Whites Reduced to Only $2-95 -Van Engelens You can't fool a Brown Derby Man! TRYTHE '3rfy TUofietlesf" \ either it makes Brown Derby Men out ' of you and your guests or— money back! That's how the old-time Plls- icr tistcd its best . Proposed clinngcs would Increase the week- ly bcncllt rate pdld to persons who lose their iobs, would cxlcrtd the period during which benefits cnn be obtained, would bring partial unemployment under the system and would reduce the waiting period.

In Wn-slilii Klon, SUnwoii disclosed livcpnnv Uor Hi lot h mlnti^y Unllcd ' Nnlloiw olteiislvc w HIi tlie declarn- tlon: "Tlilnii.-i nre Ur Kliinlnn lo move and to move In Uic r Ulit direction. Drli Lih heiulqunrters ncknowled RCd tliul bnttle-worn troo[». From office boy to managing editor, tho editorial force on the fourth floor rmlied to windows to wnicli the nc Uon. ' Fin ST CUBTOMfctt CONCORDIA, Kan., Apr U 17— Let-'s get right down to buslncu, susseslfd Mayor Delmer Harris at the Ilr«t aid class. April .17 (-Vy— Bnck In wnr conscious America to- day, husky and ao-year- old Lle Ut. Tears alione In Mrs, O'Horc'a us she greeted her husband, whom she had not seen since tho war' outbreak. Wash., and oth- ers to au Uiorlu g Dycmmenl "droli- Irg" of patents in wartime. but whe Uicr or not Uic left motor wo«W hold ont till wo Kol. Reinke The vl Rorous career of Henry Chri.4 Reinke, GO, Twin Falls county Ic Kis Iator and active farm, civic and church worker. "We know of no casualties nt Ihl: Umc." Colonel Dryadole's stotemcnt l Ald. Slate police reported they hod sent on escort to Yorktoa'n wl Ui six Port Harrison ambulances. Me Connel lodny wtt,i en route tc Waahln Rion (or n conference ol slate nd Jutan Ui nenernl. D., G.i., i.:ild woiilil bpcome ncute by Mim- nirr mile..;, luiltlcnecks were elliiil- Family Life Class Popular at Rupert RUl-fni T, April 17-Mr^, Glace Taylor, in char Bc ot Ihc adult edu- cation clii;,3 ot Hie family lite proj- ect, which wn-i organlied here bpv- : crnl months uio. Sidney Hlliman, worried about the millions who would be thrown out of work temporarily by Industrial conversion to war production, had a bill Introduced appropriating $300,- 000,000 to be added to unemployment bene- fits disbursed under state laws. But the bill provided that, the president — which meant Administrator Mc Nutt — could promulgate regulations with which the states " must comply.

A Rc Elona) Newspaper Serving Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties WAR BULLETIN WASni NOTON, April 17 W) — Tta n KT7 uinannccd lad«r th At m tn Mota- ' ■Ued Britlih merchut tmu J b«d been torpedoed In tho At Ua Uo off the Wcat ' Indlem. iia out-niimbered Brit- ish troops retreated anew un- der the fiercest Japanese as- sault of the campaitrn. Alt 08 n Tiny nur Jfct oii Ba Lann'wcre' Ptvacuated to Corresldor Lilond on April 0. Easlem Approach Burma b the enntern nppronch to Indln. April IT-A largo part of Atlntjtn's fire department clanged down Uie street, came to a slop near the Atlivnta Consti- tution's olllce. The fire— It wnj on the mth floor— was In the newspaper's ^composing room. CIECT." EDWARD O'tl ARC * * * * Hero of Naw On Furlough; Visits Ai'izoua PHOENIX, Aril.. after he and hbi wife fondly embraced at tlie s Jrporl when ho arrived by airliner from San ' Prnndaco last ni Rht. planes In one after- noon off the Gilbert Lilands brrught him *-orld rcknown, was anxious for ) rest nnd reluiatlon. He declared ho had no Idea he had been summoned from tho Hawaiian Islands to Washln Bton, adding; "In the navy, you bo where you're ordered." O'Hai* Is schtdul KS lo report. Tea UIylng belore Uie senate pai- 'ULV committee, Dobey said' the agreement— founded on patent con- trols— gave Uie Qenaan company. Dobcy's tcs Umony embarked the commliicc on ttio second of a scries ot Inquiries Into' Intemn Uonal pat- ent controls In connec Uon with Icb- bla Uon Introduced by Chairman Homer T, Bone, D.. "My boys wrre .iwell nnd Uiey come throutrh like n million bucks, our bl BKejt worrj' wns n't Uic tcroes nor the nnll-olrcrafl nre. Reinke died yc.' (rain carr Tlng 309 men en rout« tnm Camp Fte- rr. Mo., eraihtd Into a freight train near Vorklown, Ind. Port oftlelals said do fur- ther Informa Uon was expected Ul Crockett reaches tho eceni the wreck. ill- rec Kir of (lefeii.'ie Iriuinporta Hon, In nti Inquiry li Uo all s of Ihr niounlin B prolilem of movlns .■.upphe.s and e.v.cnllnl civilian Item: —a probli'iii Senator Oconte. The danger is real, unless one favors cen- tralizing one service after another In Wash- ington until the states lose everything but a ru Dber-stdmp administrative place in the federal scheme.

to tho Brillsti purchasing comm Lislon n.i January. Uio ar- rival of Uie American planes al llielr secret Phlllpplne.i ba-ie dlvert- Mi Uio Biientlon ol the Japaneso and a lull In the dally attacks on Uie Islnnd fortrcs.i. The^olhcr pilots sold his LABOR, PROFITS WASHINGTON. Mass, Indlcot- Ine ho thought Uic commlttn would reject the leglsla Uon ollercd by Chairman Vinson, D.. offered the motion, saying: "We're all aware of Uie poaslb Ulty of exccu Uve ac Uon on oil phases ol ULi legislation. It ii brewed with costly malt and with hops selected for delicacy of flavor. Cortlflcotes In nursing were Klvcn to CO ndul Ln and 30 Juniors, and Mrs.

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Dobey rei Uled that the eom- [Hiiiy Li now selling It to tho Britlsli and Uial tho companj''s couiwel held ' Hiat.' U\ej« sales violated tlie latct- nn Uonal agreement. "If Idaho larmers don't sjipply ihcit share of tho na Uon's needs, and farmers In other parts of the coun- try fall down too, 11 looks as II agri- culture will be found , wantlnff In some respects In the 1013 war et- fort." Vaught Bald Uie nttlonal plan Ung, Inten Uons. larmers will plant only 89 per cent, of the slate dry pes production Eoal' of 1SO. Flaxseed, needed badly for oil, has been subscribed up to 90 per cent ot tho na Uonaj Koal, but Idaho tanners have Indlt coted Inlen Uons of planting only 10 per cent ot theli W. Idaho was elvcn a hish l OU goal for dry beans, which wilt be 83 per cent tilted in tji Li state, compared with 03 per cent on a na Uonn I scale. Purchaae four bottles of Brown Derby Pilsner, toacthcr with pototo chip.-^ornnndwlch mnkinffs. According to which of three proposals Is adopted, the change .would add from 24 to 40 million dollars to the annual cost of unemployment bcncfl Ls In the Empire state alone. perhaps, the outlay of many millions annually by New York Is a matter of local option, and ol casual interest to worlt- ers or taxpayers, of the other jurisdictions which have such systems. SUB' gesicd Uinl f.o Qie Ui Ing should bi done to penult Remington Arms to sell Llic patented ammunition to Utc British. "When you've got Lisurs to meet, meet them," demanded Vinson, "L*l'B not dodge them, let's have a showdown." Idaho Acreage Boost Urged to Aid Food-for-Freedom Plans BOISE. April 17 (UJD— An n U- out effort by Idaho larrnera and stockmen will be required If tho state's production soals for the food- for -freedom proarom are to bo mot, Mltford J. "Survey by the department rcveol- ed that Idaho will fall ahort In the produc Uon of many crops which are also, lagging behind in the na- tional fioals." Vausht declared. It iiiity lii' yours hcfore yoii ciiti nvaij" yoiir.'fclvf.s of viiliics to I niiii VALUES TO $4,98 $]_97 ONE RACK ™^ rack inchjde.s ninny VAI^UES TO $7.50 '^'"''^ niiiy chouse from belce. Make Vour Selcctioii R Early $1.47 MEN'S OXFORDS One Group Browns and Whites Reduced to Only $2-95 -Van Engelens You can't fool a Brown Derby Man! TRYTHE '3rfy TUofietlesf" \ either it makes Brown Derby Men out ' of you and your guests or— money back! That's how the old-time Plls- icr tistcd its best . Proposed clinngcs would Increase the week- ly bcncllt rate pdld to persons who lose their iobs, would cxlcrtd the period during which benefits cnn be obtained, would bring partial unemployment under the system and would reduce the waiting period. In Wn-slilii Klon, SUnwoii disclosed livcpnnv Uor Hi lot h mlnti^y Unllcd ' Nnlloiw olteiislvc w HIi tlie declarn- tlon: "Tlilnii.-i nre Ur Kliinlnn lo move and to move In Uic r Ulit direction. Drli Lih heiulqunrters ncknowled RCd tliul bnttle-worn troo[». From office boy to managing editor, tho editorial force on the fourth floor rmlied to windows to wnicli the nc Uon. ' Fin ST CUBTOMfctt CONCORDIA, Kan., Apr U 17— Let-'s get right down to buslncu, susseslfd Mayor Delmer Harris at the Ilr«t aid class. April .17 (-Vy— Bnck In wnr conscious America to- day, husky and ao-year- old Lle Ut. Tears alione In Mrs, O'Horc'a us she greeted her husband, whom she had not seen since tho war' outbreak. Wash., and oth- ers to au Uiorlu g Dycmmenl "droli- Irg" of patents in wartime. but whe Uicr or not Uic left motor wo«W hold ont till wo Kol. Reinke The vl Rorous career of Henry Chri.4 Reinke, GO, Twin Falls county Ic Kis Iator and active farm, civic and church worker. "We know of no casualties nt Ihl: Umc." Colonel Dryadole's stotemcnt l Ald. Slate police reported they hod sent on escort to Yorktoa'n wl Ui six Port Harrison ambulances. Me Connel lodny wtt,i en route tc Waahln Rion (or n conference ol slate nd Jutan Ui nenernl. D., G.i., i.:ild woiilil bpcome ncute by Mim- nirr mile..;, luiltlcnecks were elliiil- Family Life Class Popular at Rupert RUl-fni T, April 17-Mr^, Glace Taylor, in char Bc ot Ihc adult edu- cation clii;,3 ot Hie family lite proj- ect, which wn-i organlied here bpv- : crnl months uio. Sidney Hlliman, worried about the millions who would be thrown out of work temporarily by Industrial conversion to war production, had a bill Introduced appropriating $300,- 000,000 to be added to unemployment bene- fits disbursed under state laws. But the bill provided that, the president — which meant Administrator Mc Nutt — could promulgate regulations with which the states " must comply. A Rc Elona) Newspaper Serving Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties WAR BULLETIN WASni NOTON, April 17 W) — Tta n KT7 uinannccd lad«r th At m tn Mota- ' ■Ued Britlih merchut tmu J b«d been torpedoed In tho At Ua Uo off the Wcat ' Indlem. iia out-niimbered Brit- ish troops retreated anew un- der the fiercest Japanese as- sault of the campaitrn. Alt 08 n Tiny nur Jfct oii Ba Lann'wcre' Ptvacuated to Corresldor Lilond on April 0. Easlem Approach Burma b the enntern nppronch to Indln. April IT-A largo part of Atlntjtn's fire department clanged down Uie street, came to a slop near the Atlivnta Consti- tution's olllce. The fire— It wnj on the mth floor— was In the newspaper's ^composing room. CIECT." EDWARD O'tl ARC * * * * Hero of Naw On Furlough; Visits Ai'izoua PHOENIX, Aril.. after he and hbi wife fondly embraced at tlie s Jrporl when ho arrived by airliner from San ' Prnndaco last ni Rht. planes In one after- noon off the Gilbert Lilands brrught him *-orld rcknown, was anxious for ) rest nnd reluiatlon. He declared ho had no Idea he had been summoned from tho Hawaiian Islands to Washln Bton, adding; "In the navy, you bo where you're ordered." O'Hai* Is schtdul KS lo report. Tea UIylng belore Uie senate pai- 'ULV committee, Dobey said' the agreement— founded on patent con- trols— gave Uie Qenaan company. Dobcy's tcs Umony embarked the commliicc on ttio second of a scries ot Inquiries Into' Intemn Uonal pat- ent controls In connec Uon with Icb- bla Uon Introduced by Chairman Homer T, Bone, D.. "My boys wrre .iwell nnd Uiey come throutrh like n million bucks, our bl BKejt worrj' wns n't Uic tcroes nor the nnll-olrcrafl nre. Reinke died yc.' (rain carr Tlng 309 men en rout« tnm Camp Fte- rr. Mo., eraihtd Into a freight train near Vorklown, Ind. Port oftlelals said do fur- ther Informa Uon was expected Ul Crockett reaches tho eceni the wreck. ill- rec Kir of (lefeii.'ie Iriuinporta Hon, In nti Inquiry li Uo all s of Ihr niounlin B prolilem of movlns .■.upphe.s and e.v.cnllnl civilian Item: —a probli'iii Senator Oconte. The danger is real, unless one favors cen- tralizing one service after another In Wash- ington until the states lose everything but a ru Dber-stdmp administrative place in the federal scheme. to tho Brillsti purchasing comm Lislon n.i January. Uio ar- rival of Uie American planes al llielr secret Phlllpplne.i ba-ie dlvert- Mi Uio Biientlon ol the Japaneso and a lull In the dally attacks on Uie Islnnd fortrcs.i. The^olhcr pilots sold his LABOR, PROFITS WASHINGTON. Mass, Indlcot- Ine ho thought Uic commlttn would reject the leglsla Uon ollercd by Chairman Vinson, D.. offered the motion, saying: "We're all aware of Uie poaslb Ulty of exccu Uve ac Uon on oil phases ol ULi legislation. It ii brewed with costly malt and with hops selected for delicacy of flavor. Cortlflcotes In nursing were Klvcn to CO ndul Ln and 30 Juniors, and Mrs.

.47 MEN'S OXFORDS One Group Browns and Whites Reduced to Only -95 -Van Engelens You can't fool a Brown Derby Man! TRYTHE '3rfy TUofietlesf" \ either it makes Brown Derby Men out ' of you and your guests or— money back! That's how the old-time Plls- icr tistcd its best . Proposed clinngcs would Increase the week- ly bcncllt rate pdld to persons who lose their iobs, would cxlcrtd the period during which benefits cnn be obtained, would bring partial unemployment under the system and would reduce the waiting period.

In Wn-slilii Klon, SUnwoii disclosed livcpnnv Uor Hi lot h mlnti^y Unllcd ' Nnlloiw olteiislvc w HIi tlie declarn- tlon: "Tlilnii.-i nre Ur Kliinlnn lo move and to move In Uic r Ulit direction. Drli Lih heiulqunrters ncknowled RCd tliul bnttle-worn troo[». From office boy to managing editor, tho editorial force on the fourth floor rmlied to windows to wnicli the nc Uon. ' Fin ST CUBTOMfctt CONCORDIA, Kan., Apr U 17— Let-'s get right down to buslncu, susseslfd Mayor Delmer Harris at the Ilr«t aid class. April .17 (-Vy— Bnck In wnr conscious America to- day, husky and ao-year- old Lle Ut. Tears alione In Mrs, O'Horc'a us she greeted her husband, whom she had not seen since tho war' outbreak. Wash., and oth- ers to au Uiorlu g Dycmmenl "droli- Irg" of patents in wartime. but whe Uicr or not Uic left motor wo«W hold ont till wo Kol. Reinke The vl Rorous career of Henry Chri.4 Reinke, GO, Twin Falls county Ic Kis Iator and active farm, civic and church worker. "We know of no casualties nt Ihl: Umc." Colonel Dryadole's stotemcnt l Ald. Slate police reported they hod sent on escort to Yorktoa'n wl Ui six Port Harrison ambulances. Me Connel lodny wtt,i en route tc Waahln Rion (or n conference ol slate nd Jutan Ui nenernl. D., G.i., i.:ild woiilil bpcome ncute by Mim- nirr mile..;, luiltlcnecks were elliiil- Family Life Class Popular at Rupert RUl-fni T, April 17-Mr^, Glace Taylor, in char Bc ot Ihc adult edu- cation clii;,3 ot Hie family lite proj- ect, which wn-i organlied here bpv- : crnl months uio. Sidney Hlliman, worried about the millions who would be thrown out of work temporarily by Industrial conversion to war production, had a bill Introduced appropriating 0,- 000,000 to be added to unemployment bene- fits disbursed under state laws. But the bill provided that, the president — which meant Administrator Mc Nutt — could promulgate regulations with which the states " must comply.

A Rc Elona) Newspaper Serving Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties WAR BULLETIN WASni NOTON, April 17 W) — Tta n KT7 uinannccd lad«r th At m tn Mota- ' ■Ued Britlih merchut tmu J b«d been torpedoed In tho At Ua Uo off the Wcat ' Indlem. iia out-niimbered Brit- ish troops retreated anew un- der the fiercest Japanese as- sault of the campaitrn. Alt 08 n Tiny nur Jfct oii Ba Lann'wcre' Ptvacuated to Corresldor Lilond on April 0. Easlem Approach Burma b the enntern nppronch to Indln. April IT-A largo part of Atlntjtn's fire department clanged down Uie street, came to a slop near the Atlivnta Consti- tution's olllce. The fire— It wnj on the mth floor— was In the newspaper's ^composing room. CIECT." EDWARD O'tl ARC * * * * Hero of Naw On Furlough; Visits Ai'izoua PHOENIX, Aril.. after he and hbi wife fondly embraced at tlie s Jrporl when ho arrived by airliner from San ' Prnndaco last ni Rht. planes In one after- noon off the Gilbert Lilands brrught him *-orld rcknown, was anxious for ) rest nnd reluiatlon. He declared ho had no Idea he had been summoned from tho Hawaiian Islands to Washln Bton, adding; "In the navy, you bo where you're ordered." O'Hai* Is schtdul KS lo report. Tea UIylng belore Uie senate pai- 'ULV committee, Dobey said' the agreement— founded on patent con- trols— gave Uie Qenaan company. Dobcy's tcs Umony embarked the commliicc on ttio second of a scries ot Inquiries Into' Intemn Uonal pat- ent controls In connec Uon with Icb- bla Uon Introduced by Chairman Homer T, Bone, D.. "My boys wrre .iwell nnd Uiey come throutrh like n million bucks, our bl BKejt worrj' wns n't Uic tcroes nor the nnll-olrcrafl nre. Reinke died yc.' (rain carr Tlng 309 men en rout« tnm Camp Fte- rr. Mo., eraihtd Into a freight train near Vorklown, Ind. Port oftlelals said do fur- ther Informa Uon was expected Ul Crockett reaches tho eceni the wreck. ill- rec Kir of (lefeii.'ie Iriuinporta Hon, In nti Inquiry li Uo all s of Ihr niounlin B prolilem of movlns .■.upphe.s and e.v.cnllnl civilian Item: —a probli'iii Senator Oconte. The danger is real, unless one favors cen- tralizing one service after another In Wash- ington until the states lose everything but a ru Dber-stdmp administrative place in the federal scheme.

to tho Brillsti purchasing comm Lislon n.i January. Uio ar- rival of Uie American planes al llielr secret Phlllpplne.i ba-ie dlvert- Mi Uio Biientlon ol the Japaneso and a lull In the dally attacks on Uie Islnnd fortrcs.i. The^olhcr pilots sold his LABOR, PROFITS WASHINGTON. Mass, Indlcot- Ine ho thought Uic commlttn would reject the leglsla Uon ollercd by Chairman Vinson, D.. offered the motion, saying: "We're all aware of Uie poaslb Ulty of exccu Uve ac Uon on oil phases ol ULi legislation. It ii brewed with costly malt and with hops selected for delicacy of flavor. Cortlflcotes In nursing were Klvcn to CO ndul Ln and 30 Juniors, and Mrs.

German chemical "Tlic result of Uils agreement, on pntcnl controls, has been lo halt sates of military ammuni- tion contalnlna tetroceno by, tht Remin Eion Arms Co.. could be sold le Bolty to the Qrltl^ empire for shoo tins qualla and pheasants, but not for stioo Ung Qer- Defenders of Corregidor Get "Lift" out of Bombers' Visit OEN. Besides giving tho Corre Bldoi fighters an emo Uonal lift, . pilot ot one of the Nor Ui American B3S medium bombers. Before Uie wor Gunn flew for tiie Hawftllan-Phl Upplnes Inter- Li land 'cc. Here's the reason: Our Brown Derby Boor is made to our own exclusive Pilsner formula.. Lois Goodman, Red Crwi mine, making the rec- ommendatloivi for certlflcales. Lovell Turner, Clmrl M GUI rold Mocller and Uclpated In a ilemoiutratlon ot the ork and i::ive short talks s marlilng the clnwie J.

Hours ot contact among tho farm- 's will likewise be determined by tho vnrlous exccu Uve clialrmen, so as to conform with local conditions. Observer^ sold Britain was near the end of fresh manpower re- sources and the obvious answer waa to employ more efflc Ien Uy those al- ready In the army, navy and royal air force. Utahi nnd Nevada at (He sesslen, oftl el als' said. exccu Uve director of [lie unemployment compcnso Uon dlj vision, dliclckied todny n bill hns beeh drnftcd for pre.icnto Uon to the 1M3 Idaho Ic Klsl Cture whlcli wl U Insure payment of Jobless Insurance lo dls- rhiir Red .loldlera. Since then, Whll« reported, the bl D has been re-wrilten. Jack Pemonlus, Jr.,' Dewpy Hudson, Twin Palls; U T. Wa.ihln8[on - 010-1 Pli Undclphla - 070-0 Leonard and Early: Sense and Ha} NATIONAL LEAGUE Plttsbuiyh _ OO-O Wanicke and O'Dcn; Sewell atxl Clnctmia U at Chicago. April 17 e Mo Iay members will be enter- tained by Job's Daughters at a wclner lonst at Shoshone falls. President Roosevelt sent his name lo the senate In a lint of 37 other nrmy offlccra to be ad- vanced temporarily to major gen- eral or brigadier general. Tlie thortage ex- plaliw why educational standards have bten lowered and why every hlah school will bo Irnaitorm M Into an Rctoiiautlcal klndetsiarwn. Ray Klrkland, who recently re- turned Irom Atlanta, Ga,.

' Commando thrmta against Ger- man continental bases are cited by Informed sources as a model In their ttsa of Um Ui TM aims. Orand Chef de Oarv Nonnui Cunnlnehatn of Bakeri Ore., prtsldi at tho ig g l an i. Ida., April 11 (U.f S— When Johnny conies nmrchlni: home from wnr nnd can't find work hell be nblo to draw unemployment com- i Kiisntlon under a plan worked out by Uie Idi Uio unemploj-mcnl com- pcn.intton division. A majority ot stales have a similar bill per- mlt Ung payment of benefits to ox- ooldlers. Bod«a, 49, and Uf -w U«, Vtola.' M, mn lentenced In federal court tpday to il TO jtan topi asd fined fi0 cmch. dlctmmt bnt tho two-rear tanu arv to nm ooncnrrently with tho lonier , uiit«nc B and Judge Elwood Uamll* ton ipec UIed that tbalrcrnlt lire. Then I hod a c Uaae over the water, "The Junkers il K-ca RBed, iryine to get away but eventually I got In some burats at 3S0 yards. Tho group wilt meet at tho City park to : go to the falls. Chen- tinult has been on the air force retired l Ut, With tho permanent rank of captain, Chennaulfa volunteer force was not affected by the commander's ehnnge In .status, officials W, Bar^ berat, Mennonlte minis Wr, will offi- ciate. Kan., April 17 WV-Thi editor of the Ottawa Herald looked twice at the latest communique from his country correspondent. Crawford of Orange Glean- ings and Furrows fame, trudging Into Times- News o I flee, wiping oft his face and opining that as It Uio Ure Bcnrclly Isn't^ bod enough, his Jalopy got wet and refused to start , . Messenger boy riding down street busily toot- ing new horn on his bicycle . Tliat "Injured" brick door on po- lice Sta Uon gnrnee being repaired , . 60,000 M LOST INBATAANFALL yesterday, landing probably 8.000 troops 'from eight transports under protoc Uve cover of warships and planes. since li, lalita longti to make an Argonaut of the skies than to build k ship, the national war goal of one hundred and el Bliiy-dvo machines in IDU and 1013 will not me^n anyihlna unleu the humon problem Is solved. wl Ui tlielr son, Jack and hla wife, and dau Rhtcr.

i ON JAP REPORTS WASHINGTON, April 17 1/TV- A tvy spokesmon today cautioned relo Uves ot seamen and ottlccrs lent In tho vicinity ot Javit against being misled by Japanese propaganda broodcnsts describing rescues of tho crew members of American wor- ships Tho apokesmnn oold the deport- ment has no n Othen Uo Informo Uon about men mlwlng in the battle ot the Java sen who may be prlsonen of war but Ihot "It Li not Imposslbli Uint some navy personnel reported ns m Uslng have been picked up by enemy ahlpa." However, tha spokesman lug Bcsted that relatives And friends deeply concerned over the fnte of nil the men reported ni Li.':ln(; iho Qld await nuthen Uc tnformntlon which will be made public at soon as nvnlloble from the Rri.ioner-ot-wnr In form «■ tlon burenu In the office of Uii provoat mnrahal general in the wo; depnrtmon L tat« "wrtck ol the 40 et 8," with membera attendlns from Orrgoo. Tho division hns frozen the wobo records ot a U men entering service of the ormed forces so Informo Uoii will be avftlbihlc tor Erontlng Job- less benefits otter tho war Is over. The formations later were «en returning over Folkestone at the same time new Drl Usli squadrons raced toward Prance. 30, Loa Angeles, aho C down a Junkera S8 this morning whtlo on a routine convoy flight, "I was flying with another Amer- ican when I saw the JU-na ap- proaching a few tect above the wa- ter," he said. I ex- hausted my om munition but saw block amoke comlnff from Uie en- emy, A few seconds later It cranhed '■ In the sea and sunk." Today's first dayllcht sweep of Uie French coast followed an iip— At- torney Oeneral. Spy Suspect The Hospital Emergency beds only wore avail- able at the Twin Falls county gen- eral hospital today. Allend Wedding Among Eur^Ls at the wedding of Miss Snrnh Carlson, Wendell, and Dr; Henry Oraham Crellln. Military quarters -reported, how- ever, that transfer of the volun- teer group to the army air forces had been under consideration over since the Jop attack on Pearl Twin Falls bualneis visitors tn Boise the fore part of this week In- cluded R. It was a report'of a well attended neighborhood cockfight. , , Couple of very young cl Uscns nail- ing small boats In gutter water . A war deitartment commu- nique said tha landing occurred near Ilolpo and Capli. ' TREASURE— Tokyo's slraleay of hurllna her main offensive against IJunnn and India hoi led military experts here to nucailon the wisdom of shipping a vnst army to Australln.

Under the system, the period ot mll- linry service of cnch man will bo blocked out nnd h Li record will bo based on employment before the Idaho low permits payment of benetl Li totaling not more than K06. Diddle announced today Uiat a federal grand Jury In the Dlalrlct of Columbia would Jn- vcatlgale every phase of Social Jus- Ucc, national weekly— founded by Uie ncv, Charles E. hna been lempornrlly barred from Uio molls [or nllegodly sedi- tious slatementa. lieu- tenant Iri the medical corps, statlon- t Mnffett field, Calif., at 8 p. W, Carpent«r and Harold Coacl Dde* Trip Mrs, George J, Ward returned Tuesday -from a two weeks' visit in Dallas, Tex, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr J and Mn, Grant Kllbouraa, and their family. O., ottlcla Ung, Interment will be In Sunset mem- orial park. After applying total ccnsorslilp, the editor mailed a note explaining tho sport was outlawed In Kansas. ITiese are two of the last remain' Ing ports In American and nilplno hands. of Ui P council will bp ii.'--.l, Med by alrl np;,rr\cs In r.clllni; llckrli prior lo Uip: Jiow. Althou Kh no definite dtdslon can be made immediately by the allied sencrol ilaff. Adamion re- turned Tuesday from ft three wecfci' vl.

expecled hour- ly, of the composl Uon of tho Laval- drofted cabinet. S, nmbauador to France, orrtned to lelurn to Wnihlniton for "eoniu Kallons.** READY FOR DRIVE Wilr novlngs starts In oil the cl Bht counllen ot Mastc Valley — Twin Polls. woman and 'child— having a regulor income of any kind, for tlie purpo-: C ot securlnii pledges for n systemn Uc purclin-^e of war bonds and stnmps for Uio duro Uon of Uic Al Uioii Bh county clialrmen will work out Uio details ot Uiclr rcs|)cc- Uve campalgn.i. (CBallna W tn Fa-ved I house would permit enl Litment women in the marine corps ns « 03 the navy. The minor revisions necessory In the present low to make It poulblo to pay benefits to imemployed sol- diers were up tor nc Uon nt Uie 1D11 Icglsliiture. Amerlean-fillplno troops were re- ported tlghlln H off an attack on Hollo, on Panny Inland. landing under cover of naval gunfire and aerial bombardment, were enga Bcd by Amerlcan-PUlplno defenders. Tar replace- ments coi Ung more than JSO bo Ui the Installer and the ultimate con- sumrr must cer Ufy that tho part Is nrcctinry lo maintain operations. Chennault Called by Army To Active Duty WASHINOTON, April 17 UP)— Colonel Claire L. They have discovered hat approximately aj DOO men with ilementary or ad- vnnccd studies In aerial schoo U have been' grnbbed and retained hj rival services In duties for wh Ic Ji Uicy have no particular experience.