Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 8, 1967 · Page 5
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ItWio Free Press, Thursday, June 8,1967 - 5 BOOKlfVltW Volume Recounts Nez Perce Story Editi0n HOWARD1S NEZ INDIANS, 1877. By Thomas A. Sutherland. Printed 1878 by A, G. Walling, Portland, STANDARD, the New York H E R A L D and foe SanFTM"' cisco CHRONICLE, terms him a "war correspondent." Thepurposeoffacsimilebooks , Oregon, and reproduced 1961 by istomakerarevolumos.ditticult The Shorey Book Store, 815 Third to obtain and almost prohibitive oofTM 6 '* ^k' Washington in price available at moderate 98104. $3.50) prices to libraries and research. By ANNIE LAURIE BIRD ers, or those interested in that As I wrote tnacookreview-ar- special subject. tide in the IDAHO FREE PRESS The sixteen chapters in this of February 28, 19B7, Indian little "paper back" which gives wars in the West have become a running account of General increasingly popular subjectsfor Howard's campaign first appear- study, research and re-evalua- ed in the Portland DAILY STAN"on. DARD, then in 1878 were printed That such interest continues in the form reproduced in the to grow is shown by the IDAHO facsimile edition by A. G. Wall- FREE PRESS of June 1, 1967, ing, "Steam Book Job Printer featuring on the front page a Bookbinder." news story which re-evaluated Although a special notation an aspect of the Custer Massa- added by Shorey's warns the ere and by the Idaho Historical reader that theaccountwasprob- Society scheduling on June 10 ably partly for propaganda pur- as the first field trip of 1967 poses, yet since Sutherland was a visit to the Whileblrd battle an actual participant in most of grounds where the Nez Perce the activities described, since he War began ninety years ago. knew General Howard's plans The Shorey Book Store of and purposes and the reasons Seattle, whichspecializesinrare back of them and since his ac- books, caters to one aspect of count was prepared during and this interest in Indian Wars by shortly after the close ofthewar, issuing a facsimile reproduction it is a helpful and valuable source o f HOWARD'S CAMPAIGN material. Mark H. Brown, in AGAINST THE NEZ PERCE IN- his recent THE FLIGHT OF THE DIANS, 1871, by Thomas A, Slith- NEZ PERCE, either mentions erland. He is listed on the title Sutherland or quotes from his page as "Volunteer Aid-de-Camp nook or the dispatches sent the on Gen. Howard's Staff," but STANDARD, the HERALD, or the Mark H. Brown who quotes ex- CHRONICLE some 70 times. tensively from his bookandfrom Although I have worked on the the dispatches he sent to the subject of the Nez Perce War in various libraries, I never had access to theSutherlandbookand I consider this facsimile edition, which is an exact reproduction of the original, a valuable addition to my source materials on the war. Jury List Traffic C/fofion A c252?-1S?i. Total Increases HAYi.VG IMPLEMENT used by farmers in Spy.i is shown by Charles Witty of Panna, left, to Ms father-in-law Mr. Teter and Mrs. Geneva Baker, also of Parma, president of the General MacArthur Auxiliary, Spanish-American War Veterans. The fork is of natural wood, grown so the branches form lines, then steamedand curved. Witty, who entertained the Tuesday dinner meeting of the General MacArthur Camp and Auxiliary with colored slides of Spanish scenes, said the wooden hayforks were comm.'ii in rural areas of the Pyrenees Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Witty toured Spainin connection with theirallendanceal the International Spanish School of the University of 7aragosi at Jaca, Spain, d.iring the summnr session of 1966. His slides included scenes of Cordeba, Seville, Malaga, Granada, pluspiclures taken in the Pyrenees Mountains country, Madrid and Barcelona. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) trlct Court. The court's term begins Monday, June 26, Those drawn are: Raymond Beck, Orville D. hotlines, Gale E. Matthews, Terry Krantz, Zella Hauck, Orville Alllnglon, HaMl Plerson, E. A. Case, Banold Basey, Harlan F. Starr, Virgil E. Farner, Ken- , neth L. Griffiths, Frank J. Kl- raura, Mrs. Grace Ellis Benedict, Margaret A. Breshears, William M. Lodge, Jess Brown, Herman Vogl, Margaret A. Masar, Norms M. Bales, Juanila B. Brlsbln, Esther Rental, Mrs. Paul P. Ernst, Sandra D. Slov- iaozek, Antone Acarrequl, Clarence Harvey, Alice A. Edwards, LaPreal Davenport, all of Caldwell j William Steele, Mrs. Dorothy Deweese, Hazel Brown, Helen L. Tlegs.JuanltaW. Tiller, Mrs. Fern Fuller, Homer Asemissen, James H, Garvln, FloydOmmen, Stanley V. Kelm, Mrs. Stanley W. Bean, Helen J. Larsen, Don- aid Tobler, Victor A. Hlllyard, J. S. Martinez, all of Nampa; Andrew Jackson Hoagland, A. P. Edgemon, Marlon Bennett, James Klahr, Homer Allen, Lola M, Johnson, Dale s Phillips, Jim Sulton, Jeanetle ' Stacy, Oscar Nichols, all at 1 Parmaj Donald C. Mills, Ruth 5 Eldemlller, Thelma Gross, Al- ·' bert Applegate, Donald Gerdes, John R. Simpson, all of Wilder; Steve J. Burtch, Star. With have been drawn to serve as N A M P A _ citations issuedby 229 in April. Total number of jurors'in Canyon County His- N ainpa poii ce for hazardous Iraf- traffic citationsduringthe month ' - ' fie violations during the month of. May were up nearly 25 per cent in number over the previous month. A reporl submitted by Police Chief Buster Baker lisled 288 such citalions, compared with Principal To Work As Smoke/umper was 2,618, as compared 2,264 in April. Arresls for adult misdemeanor charges were down from 73 to 10. There ware no adult felony charges filed in May, the report showed. Juvenile arrests also showed a slight decline, from 29 in April to Zl in May. Of these, 20 were on misdemeanor charges and one for an act of felony. The report showed total arrests for tne month of May were 424, and the number of traffic investigated was 60. NAMPA -- CUrence Shoemaker, who resigned recentlyas accidents principal of Kenwood School, Figures for April were 373 and plans to spend the summer as i 33 respectively. This would in- Forest Service smoke jumper at dicate about a 50 per cent in- McCall before moving toYankton crease in traffic accidents dur- College, S. D., where he will be ; n g the month, director of elementary educa- Baker noted 649 complaints tion. had been received during May, Shoemaker, who was honored and 244 crimes reported. In at a recent gathering of the the month of April there were Nampa PTACouncil.administra- 505 complaints received by po- tors, teachers and the Kenwood ij ce arid 213 crimes reported. PTA, said It will be his second summer as a smoke jumper at I McCall. Prior to that, he said, | he spent nine summers in Forest Service fire control worklnwest- j ern Montana. The PTAs and teachers presented him with bookends and pen desk sets made of thunder-1 retiv d ,n Get! Tax Bite NEW YORK (UPJ) -- Gas- egg rock. oline taxes cost Americans $22 . million every day of the year. Clw ion »ho the American Petroleum Instl- -Mr. "51 at the age of lute reports. The total for 1967 *as the firs horse to earn will be $8 billion, up to 80 pel more than SI million for his cent In the nast 10 vears. owners. Amity 4-H Club Winner Bonds Forfeited Idaho Students JERRY W. KORN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Korn of Nampa Route 4, received a doctor of jurisprudence degree from Willamette University's College of Law at commencement exercises held recently. Korn is a 1960 graduate of Nampa High School and of the College of Idaho in 1964. His wife is the former Cheryl Wiseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wiseman of llansen, Idaho. Korn was employed during his last year at Willamette as a law clerk in the office of the Oregon public defender. He will take the Idaho bar examination in September. Reservists To Set Up Tenf City' BARSTOW, Calif. (UPl) Some 6,000 Army Reservists from the Intermountain area will establish the largest "tent city" operation everalFt. Irwin June 10-20. Ft. Douglas' 6214th Army Gar. rison will establish the tent city seven miles from the main position of the post, l o c a t e d some 33 miles northeast of here. Reservists from Utah, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and California will participate in the summer camp field training, commanded by Col. Bryon R. Hampton, Bountiful, Utah. Units from Utah and Southern Idaho will move their equip, ment in giant convoys. Members of the 321stEngineerBn., Boise, were to move to Ft. I r w i n this week to establish the tent area. The 191st Brgd. from Helena, Mont., will suppport the garrison units in ini an try maneuvers. NAMPA -- Bonds were for- T O fip* felted by the following when they ' w v c NAMPA - The Amity 4-H failed to appear in answer to PULLMAN, Wash. - Four Club has won the $15 first prize traffic violation charges in students from Southwest Idaho for dairy stall decoration at the nampa Municipal Court: ar= listed among some 1,700 Meridian Dairy Show. jj m E. Herriman, 503 N. 27th candidates for degrees at wash- Two members, Jerry Newland g., Boise, stop sign, $15; Dick ington State University's 71st and Randy Sedlacek, received c. Hinsdale, Nampa Route 4, annual commencement June 11. $15 half-scholarships to the 4-H s t op sign, $15; james E. Hollis- They are Eugene I. Furuyama, Congress at Moscow June 11-17. ter, Nampa Route 4, failure to Nampa, master of arts in math- Dennis Simpson received first y\ e \ r (g),t O f ^ay, $30; Robert ernatics; Gladys C. Engle, Melba, prize in third year and over in j_ Metzger, Nampa Route 3, Holstein showmanship anrl third speeding, $19, and Augusto J. in showmanship over all dairy Mattel, Caldwell Route 3, speed- breeds, ing, $15. Gold awards were presentedto Lu Anne and Jerry Newland. 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