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Precipitation durlne the past 24 hours, none; total for the month.
Sunrise tomorrow, a. High, low and precipitation if any on this date one year ago: 24; 13; trace. Pocatello area forecast: Various night and morning fog tonight and Tuesday. Some increased cloudiness Tuesdaywith slight chance of snow Continued cold, chance of snow, 10 per cent through Tuesday. Extended outlook: Mostly dry 'Ihrough Friday with slight chance of light snow. Colder than normal. Highs generally in Come sharemy hotel room 52 Pocatello 52 20 's with lows of zero to Poplar, sufc fered a small cut on her fore, head in a Saturday morning traf.
The child was a passenger in a car driven by Maria Richards, 33, ol the same address. Police reported Ms. Richards' car struck the rear of a car driven by Elliot Hocking, 57, E. Poplar, at the intersection. Richards was cited for failure to be reasonable and prudent, brawl.
Dalton Dell Moroni Dalton, 79, a prominent florist and businessman, died Saturday afternoon at his home, 22 Colgate, following an extended Illness. On Jan. They came to Pocatello, and Mr. Dalton worked for Union Pacific Railroad for 30 years. He was a member of the chamber of commerce, the Knife and Kork Club, and enjoyed hunting and baseball.
Utah; three daughters, Mrs. Arthur C. Dona Judd, Mrs. Dale E. Delma Dunn and Mrs. Tony E. A sister, Mrs. Leroy Thora Bitton, preceded him in death. Funeral services will be 1 p. Burial will be in Mountainview Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 unti! Tuesday at Manning Funeral Chapel. Margaret M. Hardin Margaret M. Hardin, She was born Feb. She married Robert B. Hardin, June 4, at Pocatello. Hardin Is special assistant to the general manager of. Union Pacific Railroad. She is survived by her husband of Portland; i. Pprt- land; a daughter, Mrs.
Grace Johnson, Pocatello, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday 10 a. Memorials in memory of Mrs. Hardin may be given to the American Heart Association, in care of Mrs. Marguerite Henderson, P. Box Francis Siler; Mr.
Cora Johnson; Mrs. Vida Howell, G. Lois Lindsay, Blackfoot; a great- grandmother, Mrs. Irene Bucher and a great-great-grandmother, Alice Scarborough of Pocatello. Friends may call at the Manning Funeral chapel until service time. The fight occurred in final minutes of the non-conference game in the Boise State gymnasium.
At the time, Boise State held a lead. The Virginia quintet won that game, The Broncos had also played a "roughhouse" style of ball against Idaho State in their Dec. In the last half of that game, Spindler was also slugged. Roning said he could find no fault with the officiating in Saturday's Bengal-Bronco game. I reviewed the game movies Sunday with Coach Connor, but the fighting didn't show in the films.
Government Vows Ambulance Funding Public funding of Med-Alert Ambulance Service will continue duringCharles Moss, city manager, announced today after meeting with county Come sharemy hotel room 52 Pocatello 52. The remainder of Med-Alert's income is from private fees. In another matter, Oliver Pettingill, an inhalation ther. John filed his reation several weeks ago.
Pettingill, a former U. Army Special Forces medic, moved to Pocatello from California in after completing military service. High Winds Shatter Lumber Co. Window Winds estimated at more than 50 miles per hour were blamed for damage early Sunday to a large plate glass window at McLelland Lumber Co. Fifth, according to Pocatello police. Police reported portions of the window were blown inside the building. The machine was pried open and an undetermined amount of money taken, according to officers.
Family arguments during the holidays resulted in a broken finger, hand injuries, and bruises to Terry Lynn Nukaya, Willard, Pocatello police were told Sunday morning. Nukaya said she was beaten Christmas Eve, Dec. She went to a neighbor, who called police, according to the report. Miller Co. Windows at the building were reported broken out.
Bannock County Search and Rescue squad memeters used this six-man Snowcat to break through six-foot drifts to Rex and Joan Hendricks, who were caught by the storm with a two-day supply of heating oil. Wellard added the powdery snows and high drifts had blocked attempts to reach the camp in the Downey area with snowmobiles, necessitating the five - hour round trip by snowcat. The man and wife are now relocated with the logging company at Preston. Photo by Dwaine Wellard. Pocatellans Geared for New Year Pocatellans will the rest of the nation tonight in ringing out and welcoming in Despite Watergate, a troubled economy, and assorted shortages, revelry will prevail when the New Year enters.
A of private and pub- lie parties are planned throughout the city.
A large crowd is expected to greet at the Downunder, where "Ecstasy" is being featured. Management says it'll be first come, first served, and that's all. The public is invited to an Elks Club open house at the Ban. Al Jacobs and his band will provide music for dinner and dancing at the Pocatello Golf and Country Club.
The party gets under way at 9 p. The Fraternal Order of Eagles has planned an open bash begin, ning at 9 p. The party will begin at 8 p. Christensen rey's, Okay Foods, Albertson's, said he. Ted Rowe Jr. Arthur, sumption of alcoholic beverages, arrived at Bannock Memorial "There will be a good deal of Hospital at 9 a. A spokesman for Western drive.
Airlines said all flights arriv- Perkins said all holidays and Music will be provided by the ing in Pocatello tonight and Tues- nights off for city policemen Golden. Age Club Orchestra, day are full, asaremostof those have been cancelled tonight in departing. Mining Safety Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish. The Wheel 'N Squares will cautioned to watch for icy ro dance in the New Year beginning and snow floors.
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