The idahi) Free Press 4 The News-Tribune, Wednesday, February 18.1976--,1-11 M -- . . p^ The idahi) Free Press 4 The News-Tribune, Wednesday, February 18 1976--,1-11 Russians pooh-pooh [ Obituaries ) embassy radiation MOSCOW (DPI)- The Soviet government newspaper Izves- Union today denounced charges ''Â·Â· of radiation bombardment al the "Needless lo say lhat all Ihis is a Irumped-up storv from beginning lo end," Tass" said. American Embassy in Moscow as an "invention wilh a foul smell." The official Tass news agenev carried the denial and said it would appear tonight in the 'Undecideds' prod campaign efforts MANCHESTER, N.H. (UPD - Battling for a Â·!) ( 0 60 per cent undecided vole in New Hampshire, the five Democratic presidential candidates are using extra gimmicks and in- S if l C H ca TM1? i Â» 1 "W in Â«Â» even in their mTM-^' closing days before the nation's " - Â· ""Â·Â· : first primary. Lasl minute changes 10 bring N^'Hampshi^c ^ doo7 to radiation at the embassy complex. U.S. diplomats reportedly were told lhal Sovicl espionage -p- Â« Â·" *"". 'Â«aa amu. devices were being aimed al the The Soviet denial was the first nine-story embassy and that nfficral comment since Ihe certain personnel might face a Americans began briefings health risk, about apparent microwave Tass recounted the reports, saying the officials and other U.S. citizens were "warned and even bullied." "Unambiguous hints were dropped lo correspondents lhal something should leak into Ihe press in Ihe lighl necessary for Ihe authors of the invention, bin without any reference to Ihe source," Tass said. Tass said a joinl inspection by Sovicl and American representatives had found radia- Arizona are closely bunched. The order varies according to which candidate did the canvassing. (Â·'red Harris and Sargeanl Shrivcr trailed the other three - tion al Ihe embassy to be tower than the minimum s a f e t y standards in Ihe Soviet Union and said this is .1 far lower level or Ihe New Hampshire cam- was an ineffective governor pa.gn came after weekend Carter may be lire firs" can by all five Demo- didate in the On the Republican side President Ford relurns lo Mew Hampshire Thursday for a second campaign (rip, and his rival Konald Reagan plans a three-day weekend campaign finale capped by a rally Saturday nighl in the Manchester Armory. FormerGov. Jimmy Carter of Georgia explained the problem by saying, "there seems to be a great search for the so-called 'real issue' in Ihis campaign " Canvassing showed lhat Carter, Sen. Birch Hayh of Indiana and Hep. Morris Uciall of Carter's final push includes than permitted in Ihe United flying a plane of BO Georgians to States. Tass said it should be clear lo Washington lhat "the building of (he U.S. embassy is equipped like a ship with numerous antennas nnd large-sized installations. "H is clear even lo a person who is not an expert in these things thai (he use of such installations may be a source lhat increases the general level of the electromagnetic field in Kay A. Danforth HOMKDAI-K - Hay A. Danforlh. 87. Caldwell.' died Tuesday at a Caldwell hospilal. Services are pending at Homedale's Klahiff Kunera! Chapel. Mario R. Orfiz iN'A.MIM -- I'rayor services for Mario U. uniz, nine-month- old son of Mario and Thelma Orliz. 12012th A v e . S . , who died Monday .it home of a drowning accident, will be conducted al 0 a.m. Friday al Si. Paul's Catholic Church wilh Hev. Fr -lames Johnson officiating. Inlenr.em will be al Kohlerlawn Cemetery, with services under Ihe direction of Klahilf Kuneral Chaprl. Nampa. The baby was horn May -I. I!I7.. in McAllen. Tex Surviving in addition lo his parents area sister. F.speranza. at home: his maternal grandparents. Jesus and Juanila Medina. Nampa: ami his paternal grandparents, Amelia LeaRii and liafacl Ortiz, both of campaign within the small stale. He has hired a 45-scatcr jet to lly bis campaign entourage and reporters today from Manchester lo Berlin, a small city in the northern pari of which they arc" installed." Ilit Ihe stale. I'sually candidates agency said. campaign here in small prop The American briefings had planes -on the few occasions airplanes arc used. -Sbriver is bringing in Carol ('banning for a rally Thursday night. She will highlight his modest campaign. He is spending less lime and money in New Hampshire lo concentrate on Massachusetts which votes a provoked concern by members of the foreign community lhal (hey faced a potential health risk by living in Moscow, even if not in ihe embassy. At a subsequent "background" briefing for Ihe American community by U.S. officials, the Americans said no Patty claims death threats forced her into SLA camp week later and where he's better significant danger was posed lo known. non -diplomats. Spain asks for bribery information .MADRID. Spain (l'PI)-Tlie Spanish government has formally asked the United Slates lo (jive it all available information Â«n alleged bribes paid by the Lockheed company lo Spanish officials, t h e news agency Kuropa Press sairl today. According lo I he ' r e p o r t (jiuilini! official sources, the Spanish ambassador lo Washington has been instructed lo obtain, through HIP Stale Department, all pertinent inter- nirilinii jwiherrd by Congressional commillees or other bodies V. Jay Martin CALDWELI, - Services for V. Jay Martin. 71. i t s Parkhursl Drive. Caldwell. who died Tuesday at a Caldwell hospital, will be conducted al 2 p.m. Thursday al lioone Memorial Presbyterian Church, Caldwell, by Kev. Don Frank Interment will beat Canyon Hill Cemetery, under Hie direclion of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. lie was horn Aug. 19. 1904, in Sohlelle. Mr. He married Evelyn 1). Rue May 3. 1929, at Minneapolis. Minn. He was president of Heating Equipment Co. of Caldwell from 19-15-1968. Hr was appointed to the Caldwell City Council Jan 2, 1%2. and served as council president from 1%G-]*?]. lie was a member of Boone .Memorial Presbyterian Church, serving up. the Board of Deacons. Surviving are his vile. Caldwell: one son. Don J.. Salt Lake City: two daughters, Jean (ierdes. Caldweil, Lorene Tewell. CaldweU: Iwo sisters. Goldic Johnson, Burbank. Calif., and Maggie Wesley, Santa Clara. Calif.; and six grandchildren. Memorials may be given to Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church or flowers jnav be sent. BOISE COUNTRY STORE Â· BOISE COUNTRY STORE - NAMPA SAX FliA.VCISCO I/PI i Patricia Hears!, her "credibility;' ^questioned by the judge. says she joined Ihe Symbionese " Liberation Army iwo weeks before she took parl in a bank robbery "so I could slay alive." The pale, gaunt newspaper heiress insisls she faked her conversion to terrorism and radical politics because her kid.napers (old her she must "fight or die." But while Miss Hearsl told her story. U.S. District Judge Oliver Carter issued an order indicating he didn't believe her testimony last week thai she was coerced inlo making confessions lo Ihe robbery for which she! is on trial. The judge said her "version of Ihe. facts, if (rue. would require the! conclusion lhal her confession was involuntary." Bui he s a i d a preponderance of evidence shows the admissions were voluntary. Miss Hearsl. scheduled lo return lo the stand today, said she didn't knowTrher"'gun' was loaded and thai she went into Ihe bank w i t h a warning she would be killed if she "messed up." She spent the day Tuesday lelling the jury of seven women and five men lhal two of her male captors virtually raped her in a liny closet about a month after her kidnaping lo indoctrinate her in SLA sexual customs. The defendant, faltering and gulping for breath, said she was forced into sexual intercourse with Donald "Cinque" DcFreeze, the black ex-convict who led the SLA. and William Wolfe. Defense attorney F. Lee Bailey (old reporters [here were other incidents of sexual assault balhcdidnotinlend lo inlroduce them in evidence unless the prosecution brought Ihem up. Miss Hearsl said she was kepi blindfolded in closets al two nldeouts for almosl'lwb months, gelling nut only lo go (o Ihe bathroom and lo take weekly baths - with a masked SLA member watching. She said she was moved from one "safe house" to Ihe other in a garbage can. She said DeFreeze told her the kidnapers were "thinking about giving me a decision of - well, he said, fight or die. (hat I would eilher have to stay wilh (hem and join up wilh them, or I'd be killed and thai I better start thinking about it." Bailey questioned her about a tape recording made Iwo weeks before Ihe robbery in which she said she had joined Ihe SLA. "Now, at the lime you made the statement, what did you want Ihe members of the SLA to believe 1 " he asked. Cuckoo's Nest leads contenders for Oscar HOLLYWOOD lUPll - "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," which won more Academy Award nominations than any other film Ihis year, has given Jack Nicholson his fifth shot at an Oscar. Nicholson's competition for Ihe besl actor award includes Al Pacinnof "Dog Day Afternoon," a four-lime nominee but, like Nicholson, never a winner. A;bcst actress nomination for iwo-lime winner Glenda Jackson for her performance in "Hcdda" gave her a chance to join Ingrid Bergman and Katharine Hepburn as the only throe-Oscar actresses. This is the fourth time Nicholson h^s been nominated for 6est actor, and (he third lime for iPacino. Each also had a nomination for best supporting actor. Nicholson won a place in the list 'n( nominees announced by the Motion Picture Academy Tuesday for his portrayal of a not-so-crazy patienl battling Ihe system in a slate mental hospital. Pacino was nominated for his role as a bisexual bank robber in "Dog Day Aflernoon." "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" collected nine nominations, including best movie, bcsl director, besl supporting aclor and a best actress nomination for Louise Flelcher, who played the cold-blooded Nurse Hatched. Second with seven nominations was "Barry Lyndon," Stanley Kubrick's stately study of a social climbing rogue. Others named for best Him were "Doe Day Afternoon,""Nashville" and "Jaws," which has made more money than any olher movie. Facing Fletcher and Miss Jackson for Ihe best actress Oscar are Ann-Margret for "Tommy." Isabell Adjani. "The Wedding dowries banned N'BW DRUM (IJPK - The northern stale of Punjab Tuesday banned marriage do- Â«rifts. an ancient practice lhat has,'driven unmarried girls to suicjdo and wiped out family fortunes in a single day. Ttie stale legislative assembly passed a bill lhat would punish iffcnders wilh one-year jail IrrnSs and fines of $120. Tlje new law also bans Mtejnlatious weddings wilh arge processions, displays of .vpniih and lavish feasting, all :ommon in Indian marriages. Traditionally, parents of prospective brides must offer dowries ranging as high as $12,000, depending on the status of (he groom. The system has been prevalent in India for centuries. It has created economic hardship for countless families and in some cases w ipcd out all Iheir savings and put them deep inlo debt. Hundreds of young women, whose parenls were unable lo pay the high prices, have committed suicide. Story of Adele II.," and Carol Kane. "Hester Street." The olher nominees for best actor were Walter Mathau for "The Sunshine Boys," Maximillian Scheli. "The" Man in the Glass Boolh," and James Whilmore. "Give 'em Hell, Harry." The only previous winners among the" men were Malhau, who look a besl supporting Oscar in 1971 for "Fortune Cookie," and Scheli, named best aclor in 1361 for "Judgment al Nuremberg." "Dog Day Aflernoon" won six nominalions, "funny Lady" and "Nashville" five each, and four apiece went lo "Jaws," "The Man Who Would Be King," "Shampoo" and "The Sunshine Boys." Olher nominalions: . Besl supporting aclor George Burns, "The Sunshine Bojs." Brad Dourif. "One Hew Over Ihe Cuckoo's Nest " Burgess Meredith. "Day of the I-Miist." Chris Sarandon, "Dog Day Aflernoon," and Jack Warden. "Shampoo." Besl supporting actress - llonee Illakely and Lily Tomlin, "Nashville," [,ce (Irani,' "Shampoo," lircnda Vaccaro, "Onto is not Knough," and .Sylvia Miles, "Farewell My lively." Best director -- Milos Forman. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Xest," (Â·'cdcrico Bellini. "Amarcord," Stanley Kubrick, "Harry Lyndon," Sidney Uimcl. "Dog Day Afternoon," and Holier! Allman, "Nashville." Kubrick and Fellini bnlh were nominated for Ihe (ourlh time. "That I joined." "Why did you want them ti think you joined?" "So 1 could slay alive." "Were you convinced in your own mind at the time that if you did not join, thai ihcy would dispose of you 1 !" "Oh, yes." Carter's formal order ox- plained his decision last week that the defendant "voluntarily" made recordings and statements lhat she look part willingly in the April 15, 1974, robbery of a Hibernia Bank in San Francisco. Lasl week's decision by Carter allowed the prosecution to use certain evidence, including Miss Hearst's tape rcorded statements as "Tanio," her code name while with her Sym- bionese Liberation Army captors. Attorney Al Johnson of the Hearsl defense team said the judge "is plainly wrong" both in his legal ruling on admissibility of evidence aboul events which occurred after the robbery and in his understanding of the fads. Johnson said the judge's conclusions will have no bearing on the case, since the jury won't know about (hem and (he con- lestcd evidence has already been admitted. "All (he judge's decision and memorandum does is to leave Ihe ultimate decision as lo her voluntariness lo the jury." "The courl has determined that the defendant's version of the facts, if true, would require Ihe conclusion that her confession is involuntary," Ihe judge wrote. "By a preponderance of evidence, however, (he court finds (hat (he government has carried its burden of showing lhat Ihe defendant's statements -- writlen, tape recorded, and made orally loTom Matlhews -were voluntary." With Ihe jury absenl, Miss Hearst testified las! week she made the statements because she feared her kidnapers would kill her. "The court's finding is simply lhat whan Ihe testimony of Ihe dclendanl is balanced against lhal of Ihe government's key witnesses on Ihis mailer, Tom Matthews and Anthony Shepard. neither of whom had any ap- paienl motive for failing to tell the truth, it appears more likely (ban not that the statements in issue were voluntary," the judge said, Shepard was Ihe clerk at a Ixis Angeles sporting goods store shot up by Miss Hearsl on May 16, 1971, lo rescue SLA member William Harris. Mallhows, a high school student, was kid- naped afler lhat incident and spent II hours wilh Harris, his wife Kmily and Miss Hearst, who lold him she was a willing participant in Ihe bank robbery. STOREWIDE SPECIALS MEN'S or BOYS' STOCKING CAPS 50Â° KNITTING YARN "GOLD BELL" 2/1 39 SALE EA. $ 5Â°Â° OFF ANY WORK BOOT Priced over$30 entire om 5 other stores shipped to our store, to liquidate at SHIRTS 2 MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS ^ Big Yank Reg. 8.99 Sale.. 5 ! MEN'S NOVELTY T SHIRTS SPECIAL GROUP NOW,. l /2 PRICE S a f e . . . . Mil PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN., MEN'S miiA.. BIB OVERALLS * LADIES' CLEARANCE RACK Slacks, Shells. Sweaters, Blouses ALL REDUCED 50 0/ BOISE COONIE7 STUB! 180 NAMPA- CALDWELL BLVD -NAMPA- " ' . 11-7. **%s?
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