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Idaho fno Press 4 CJdwell News-Tribune, Friday, June 9,1967 -- 2 THE NIWS-HHSUNE and IDAHO fREE TRESS Publisrud evenings except Sunday al 316 lemK A.t Souh Nampa Idaho 6345! by Canyon Publishing Co Entered as second class matter at the Post Oirice al Nomrja. Idaho under act ol March 8. 1879. Wt notices required by law or order ol court ol competent [utisdic- . lion to b« published weeVljr *»U be published in the Saturday issue by Chapter 1W 1933 Session lov-i of Idaho SUBSCRIPTION RATE Carrier, per month 51.85 Carrier, pe. year $2270 Mail (i.T advance) in Canyon. Ado, Ovtyhee, Gem, Elmctre, Washing · Ion. Boise, Payeire. Idaho. Adams. Volley ond Molheur Counties OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES 1 w °"lh $ 1.50 1 Month . . $ | 75 3 Months S 4.?5 3 Months. J 4 7 5 6Months S 800 6Monlhs . $ 900 OBITUARI'iS ,, Vital Statistics ROBINSON --To Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Robinson, 1001 N. Kimball, Caldwell, a girl born June 1, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Mrs. Richard Anderson, 412 9th 1967, at Mercy Hospital. ministration filed in the estates P. Mulcahy. Petition to Establish Record Title lo Community Property fi'ed in the estate of Venice R, Grant. Symms Explains Funds Problems (Continued from Page 1) tative session, Highway Board members pointed outtheneedfor WILDER -Fifty-tlveteachers NAMPA - Center manager additional state revenue in the and aides who will staff child Mrs, Emogene Berryman; teach- amou nt of $3.5 million in order development centers for migrant ers Janet Murphy, Elizabeth ( 0 match the federal funds. Teachers Prepare For Center Duties i^ · m» ··g^z_=--- · Two County Boys Win in Election T--=a^ a K?r* j aeieg.ii* had been predicted earlier. The iu.ji 3U « U. S. Weather Bureau called lor of Caldwell was a high mark of 33.31 feet Satur- George Lee Sarah L. Brock ... .-,._.,,.,. , ,._. -,,_ ..... ,,.,,,,,...,. ,,.- Ryan, Thelma Henry, Kay Engel- ·· citizens and interestedhigh- 1967 at Calriw Meldal «TMice orlentaHon here Tiiurs- Mng, Vlkl Light; aides and staff way groups frorn throughout the , 1967, at Caldwell Memorial ^ members Anna MariePlasencla, state tave Lrge d the Highway ,,, _ ,, , « , « , . Included were staff members San Juana Vela, Doy Serratos, Boar(1 t 0 sus tain and, if pos- . . d lieilteria nt governor and day instead of the J4 reet pre. from Homedale, Parma, Weiser Maria Cuellar, Beverly Wylie; sibl( , ( expari d the development ,, , Psna of Nam pa was chosen dieted earlier, and Nampa, where centers will volunteer Lee Berryman, of t|, ese rou ( es upon which the open Monday under the auspices CALDWELL-Staff members econoray a nd growth of Idaho of Idaho Farm Worker Services. Mary Kerr, Bernice Schmidt, depend," Symms said. f hiltirpn from ASGS 3*7 willbc Cfilii Ocri09« cared for at the centers while WILDER - Teacher AnitaVil- Inventory i their parents are working in area Urreal. WASHINGTON (UP!) - The fields, according to Mrs. Dick w °rk study students to be Unjte(j gates ls purposely re,,,,.,,,,,. Crowley of Caldwell, child de- Placed in Wilder and Caldwell du c jn g the number of warplanes , . . _ . Petition to Establish Record velopment specialist wiio super- enters - Janet Stone, Glenms in its inventory to trade quantity Corps of Engineers personnel posed 1967-68 budget. Conner, Dorothy Redfield. for quality, according to a Hoase bolstering soggy dikes greeted ... - . subcommittee report. with cautious optimism a fore- SpeCJd/IStS iOligflf BOISE (UPI) - A legislative interim committee on properly U S Senator, Audit Howard Burnett of Pocatello ,, , upn ^ , A mock lepslabve session. ^ ^ ^^ by a ^ ^ Estimate Revised Lewlston citizens following a BONNERS FERRY (UPI) - hearing on the district's prc- PARMA - George Lee, 89, CALDWELL - Mrs. Sarah L. Parma, a resident of Canyon Brock, 28, of Morcland, died County for 24 years, diedThurs- Thursday In a Salt Lake City day In a Caldwel! Hospital. hospital. Services are pending Services will be held at 10:30 ai Peckham-Dakan Chapel. a.m, Saturday at the Parma Peckham-Dakan Chapel. Officiating will be the Rev. Robert S. Mord- n , , _ fOno/O DOafman CALDWELL - Services for will be in Donald Wayne Boatman, 36, of horst. Interment Parma. Caldwell, who died Thursday at teachers and that a 30 per cent Barboza, He was born June 16, 1877, his home, will be held at 10:30 plus turnover is expected. josefa at Monelt, Mo. He wasrearedln Monday at the Peckham- The IncreasedlevyofaVr mills j, oza Antorria Ju'niga. Monett and wasmarriedtoLaiira Dakan Chapel. Officiating will wouldcostthetaxpayer2'/ r cents Others attendlngthe class here this week were from Caldwell Decree of Final Discharge In and Wilder, where centers open- the estate ot Morris B. Lamb, ed in late April. Those attending the orientation were: HOMEDALE - C e n t e r manager Darrel Relsch; teachers Gladys Pederson, Nancy Echeverria, Julie Egurrola and Jesusa Abrego; aides and staff Brown, Rosie Bell, Santiago Delores Castille)a, Amelia Bar- Middleton Schedules Referendum (Continued from Page 1] 4-H Club Congress To Open ANNLUMPERS Truth Serum Test Is Not Infallible taxation ended a two-day meeting Thursday with plans to possibly hire some tax specialists this month. Waiver Ordered BOISE (UPI) - Gov. Don Dear Ann Landers: I do not influence of the truth serum and s.j mue j son or dered a waiver in (ant to go into detail here be- collected the $5. So--drawyour stjte premiums into the employ- three club leaders and two county cause too many people would own conclusions. men t security fund because of a extension agents will attend the guess the identity of our family, surplus in the fui University of Idaho 4-H Club but here are the veiled facts. Dear Ann Landers: My father . Congress at Moscow June 11-14. My wife always has at least and my brother never got along. in/unCilOH years of age ^ older , Robersen in Monett on Aug. 7, be the Rev. John Hulcy. Inter- per $100 of assessed valuation. PARMA - Center manager- cultural agent, said the theme of hoiir s whm no one can locate brother out of_ trie nouse. tie Col]rt Judge M erlin S. Young wth m sister ana ner Max Gardner, extension agri- 'hree sets of excuses for the Now my father has uirown my tie BOISE (ijpr) _ Third District the club congress this year, "I workshops and classes. Activities are 1904. ment will be in Lower Boise An example of the cost is as-fol- Tom Toliver; teachers Maxine They lived in Missouri, Kansas Cemetery. lows: Johnson, Harriet McRoberts, Sue and Colorado. Mrs. Lee died Mr. Boatman was born Sept. An owner of $25,000 worth of Dibble and Eileen Laca; aides May 17, 1943, In Missouri. He 11, 1930, at Notus. He grew up property, If it were assessed al and staff members Antonio Soils, blies, moved to Parma later that year, in Notus and attended schools 20 per cent (the goal ofthestate) Raquel Alvarez, Amelia Amador, He was a member of the Bap- there. He had farmed and work- of its assessed value, would pay Oflia Reyes, Elizabeth Simpson, list Church. Surviving are two ed on construction for several an estimated $10 in property Amalia Reyes sons, Don E. Lee and John A. years. At the (ime of his death, taxes for this purpose, ff pass- Lee both of Parma; a daughter, he was employed by the Wells e d the tax could be levied for ··-·--» ~ ···-· ···-"*- .... Mrs.DessieWormlngtonofYuc- Construction Co. only one year without another Mrs Mercedes Ixilley; teachers SLoViead^rshp and make eame hysterical ca Valley, Calif.; three sisters, Surviving are four brothers, vole. **r:ban Brovm ' Vl TM ma RlRKS ?-.--- ..!_ L-i".^: ,?." everything. New Mrs. Ethel Maritan, Mrs. Alma Fred L. Boatman, Caldwell, Voting will be held In Room 1 Norma Lewis ' Myrtle Jo!ulson; Davis, both of Monett, Mo.; Mrs. Charles F. cf Jackson, Miss., O f the new High School between' aides TM slaff members Alberto Bertha Winklepleck of Pratt, Bryan E. ot Kent, Wash., and the hours of 2 and 8 p.m. on 1 Torres Ramona Lup, Juanita her. She is a beautiful woman, lives with my sister andherhus- grgnted a temporary injunction Pledge - to larger service," intelligent and charming - a band, who were kind enough to nm stey to the State Depa ' will set the stage for assem- fine hostess and a good mother, fake him in. merl t ^ Finance against Solar 1 have turned up some pretty Last week my father made up glidings, inc. Finance Corn- good evidence that she has been two new rules. I cannot see my missioner j otm s \ w fji e( j (he rtnh momhoTS ttoelra nor having affairs '*' ith lwo ° f my ^ M ** Wi ' fTM. "^ " U °v S»« earUer in the day ' M *W duo members develop per- frjmds a|)(J anothfir mM from a (o go to my sis t er 's house when jraud jn tte ^ ot securities. ,, .. ------- - t --e 01 Marb cit \vhenIconfraitedmybrotheristhere.Thismeans ui * s WEISER - Center manager career opportunities, to learn hw ^ the evj(Jence she be . j can never see my brother and Cfiurcn Of Water f new skills and Ideas, and to came hysterjcal M AenieA the only time I can see my sis- KET CHUM(UPI)-TheBla:..- everything. Now she wants me ter or her family is when my rj 0 , jn (y young Democrats ap- to give her truth serum (under brother is out. 1 am supposed p vove d a resolution Thursday the supervision of a physician, to call and check before I go. ^.joj.^,, sen. Frank Church sonally, to become aware of ities, to learn and ideas, and to liip and from throughout TML« who wiu leave sma ay Kan.; five grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren. Mae R. Peterson CALCWELL - Services for Mrs. Mae R. Peterson, 85, 111 Cleveland Blvd., who died Wednesday at a Caldwell hospital following an illness, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Flahlff Funeral Chapel. Rev. Gall Davis, pastor of the Treasure Valley Christian Church, will officiate. Interment willbe at Canyon HillCeme- tery. Dudley E. of LeMoore, Calif.; Monday. five sisters, Mrs. Katherlne Hicks, Boise, Mrs. Berniece McEniarftee, Jerome, Mrs.Elva Dean, Boise, Mrs. Lois Kerns, · i of El Sabrante, Calif., and Mrs. A n n O U D C G u Dorothy Frazier 6f MIddlefon. ,,.._.,,,,,, ,,., ,.,,, His father, Roy Boatman, prep ? AL j? W ^ L T ^ °[ Fit \ ceded him in death May 8, 1967. TM r rf B fe to Blacker Ap- Fuentes, xSara Torres, Ester Martinez, Bea Campbell, Virginia Seto. Spec/of Camp CALDWELL - to attend the Congress are: NAMPA - Vickie Martincau, Debbie Roland, Marsha Tiegs, Lynda Campbell, Beth Mamer, Kiren PortertleW, Judy Siiroll, Marybelh Wissel, Phil Mamer, Delainu Serratos, Sherron Barrel!, Diana Buzzard, Nadino Cole. CALDWGLI. - Sandra Milli- rf C0(|rse) so she can clear hcr . , love ray and T aeu ILIIII in ueaui njiijr o, l a u r , · - - - -- nyon g an J u u y ^yxruau, rai o« Memorials mav be riven to P llance and Furniture Co. was County boys are attending the Kaihy Kinsey, Janice WoUt. announced ThursdaybyBob Fifer University of Idaho Conserva- WILDER - charyl Karr, Andy and T. C. Blacker, principals in (ion Camp this week at Alpine, Sm ^, Dcbra Hetrick, Pat Kid- the transaction. Wyo., according to Max Gard- Concldental wth the Boise ner, extension agricultural agent. Attending are Bill Teska.spon- the heart fund. Lulo B. Bettis CALDWELL - Services for la B, Bettis, 76, of store acquisition, Slacker's is alsc, ad,. e , 0 0 0 f e e t of floor space to the central custo- sored j ii. i t j M j rwi^ioi- ,, .111 K t, n p son and the cwple had resided Cffic a ng win be the Rev Earl w more want to see him sometime, even n j n { e d Do you know anything about if he and my dad don't get along. j n ^ ac (i on may be after Idaho these truth serums? Are they My father says he is no longer wa(er ^teaa O f the senator. 100 per cent reliable? Please his son; but he is still my. r L J I J tell me. - RAZOR'S EDGE brother. Please tell me what lo Survey iC/ieOU/CO Dear Edge: Truth serum do. -- BROKEN FAMILY WASHINGTON (UP!) -- Rep. tests have proven to be some- Dear Broken Family. The dif- j ames j/eClure, R-tdaho, said thing less than perfect. Recently, ficully your father had with your "Thursday the Census Bureau will Judy Rexroad, Pat Saxion, the New York Psychiatric Insti- brother was between them and con(tuct a sur¥ey O f [ a i lou t facil- tute experimented with employes you should not be involved in the .jj gs ^ shelters in Idaho be- who volunteered to be tested, punishment. Anaunt or anuncle · ni J(] j y 18 Tliey were supplied with a ready- or your clergyman should speak made lie and were promised $5 to your father and get him to WHATEVER YOUR BUSINESS, if they would stay with the lie Junk the two new rules. They are Clossilied Ads moke it better! Try under amobarbital. Most of them grossly unfair and you can fell 'Kem lodoy! Diol 466-7891 i 459- did stay with it while under the Mm 1 said so. Asu- Mr. Peterson died In March, Church. Interment will be at v ,, 1934, at Caldwell. She was a Canyon Hill. The r s ldwel'l based Blacker member of the Treasure Valley Born June 10 1830 in Smith ^^now has res CaUwel County, Kan., Mrs. Bettts was rt rntir' reared in Kansas and Nebraska. n untarl °- u and Rodney Vance, spon- ^rvice coverage to the Treas- sored by the Canyon Countv Soil do. KUNA - Nadine Cole. M1DDLETON - Vicki mendi. NOTUS - Greg Shaw. MEL.BA - KaUiy Gunning, Susan Tiegs. 'CLUB' LEADERS -Mrs. Dave Ttiacker, Caldwellj Mrs. Belly Martineau, N'atnpa; Mrs. VI- vieme Shroll, Nampa. COUNTY Christian Church Sirvvors nclude three sons Llovd L. Peterson of Caldwell, She was married Sept. 20, 1908, Ira-Peterson, Cascade; and Sid- in Bloomlngton. Neb., io Orron ney S. Peterson, Sacramento, Bettis. me Boise store * Conservation District. All are from Caldwell. are attending classes in soil, water, forest, wildlife and range ily Ralney, Max Gardner. b Va] h u f mana emont . Youth I O U T n Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Rlggs, Grangevllle, and Mrs. rado until moving to Caldwell in Vesta Rogl, Pomona, Calif.; nine grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. . as assistant manaeeroftheCald- They lived In Kansas and Colo- ' ChTld his w fe ^ h 'the-r C ' stwe 1937. , , m fo Boise Until 1960, they farmed in the ^ ?"' TM, H p - BOISE - Names of nine boys ° f «« Southwest Idaho areawere Stock Market . ... among 70 drawn here this week management will ... .5. .,,,,, VnllHl rn . SBrv!1 . DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Noon) NATIONAL Atlanta Bismarck Boise Boston Caidwell Calgary Chicago Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Fairbanks Fort Worth Indianapolis Honolulu Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Memphis Miami Mpls.-St. Paul Nampa New Orleans New York Omaha Philadelphia Portland, Ore. St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Washington Winnipeg Max. MIn. 81 61 69 52 75 50 61 52 49 48 12 61 46 65 66 59 71 66 74 72 40 72 65 60 70 17 53 50 for the Idaho Youth Conserva- so industrials pr F ^?e «rson itil " on Campsessionsthlssummer. o R-us . . , P F. , lrerpersonMI nu L? retained. Meridian $66 KS Drawn for the first ses- 15 Utilities 65 Stocks 76 58 85 86 71 81 83 14 91 77 88 86 68 85 90 68 89 84 68 74 88 85 70 84 66 85 70 68 58 64 11 86 65 Marble Front community north' east of Caldwell. In that year, they moved lo Caldwell. Mrs. Bettis was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving in addition to Mr, Beftls are five sons, J. Mel Bettis and W. Roy Bettis, both of Traffic Liaht Caldwell, Ralph G. Bettis of 3 Ssnta Monica, Calif., L. Merle MERIDIAN - Chamber .... . Bettis of Long Beach, Calif.,and Commerce members of Merid- c)lael Le6 Bllrton and Rlcflard Anlconda 03 3/4 W Wayne Bettis of Boise; four ian tove votetl to take an active Lee Ross of Nampa, Louis Mar- BetMeiiem 3 3 7 / 8 daughters, Mrs. Eldon Allen of pa r H nlhenewcam P ai e nto * tam tin Totorlca of Bruneau; and Boeing 100 3/4 Glenns Ferry, Mrs. Ralph a t ral(ic 11 B M {or Meridian. Harvey w Loux of Mer !dian. Chrysler . Sanderson of Boise, Mrs. Char- Traffic has created an increased The names were drawn f r o m An TM"' lesDeuvall of Mountain Home and problem at East First Street t)le hal bv tfle ^ le Lami pje- crucible steel . . . . 24 1/8 Mrs. Clarence Forrey of Boise; (Highway 30) at Idaho Street, partment. R. L Lingenfelter, McDonnel-Dougias. . .« 1/4 Jferidian officials are putting fores( information officer, ex- ~ " sion were Jerry Lloyd Readman and John LeRoy Moore of Caldwell; Clay Mitchell Reeves of Nampa; and David Joseph Fen- Allied stores drick of Meridian. Drawn for » f the second session were Mi- AmerieM Tobacco 17 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. A son, Verlin Bettis, preceded her in death. Livestock Prices CATTLEMAN'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION June 7, 1967 Cattle saleable, 1129. Mar- fortb every effort to obtain a plained that each legislative dis- _ , _. . . traffic light at the intersection. , rief nf the state may be rep . g^«i Electric Because of steady traffic through resented by two boys, one attend- General Motors . . so town cross traffic is delayed for ir g )fle f i r s t four wecks ^ ar ^_ , daho Power _ 33 l/2 long periods, city officials noted. ing Jime 19| a[Ki the other the IBJ1 «3 1/2 They said the problem existed second ( 0 ,, r ^eks beginning Kennecotl Cl w" throughout most of the day, not j^jy 17 only at the usual rush hours. A spe'cial "Youth Camp" char- uSeed AirVrait Mayor Don Storey said a meet- j ere( ) ij.jg W ju [ eave ^0 Falls Montgomery ward ing would be sought with district ear ]y Monday June 19, and will National Biscuil . highway officials in the im- arrive Tuesday night at the New Yorl ' Cenlral mediate future. If results aren't obtained on camp site on Priest Lake, 60 60 52 69 46 59 51 50 53 63 42 Common lo low good steers, the Stale Highway Board. 22.50-2'l.SOi fedHolsloinsteers, T M t A .. I 22-24; common to iowgoodheil- | O i l Ol Al i Q C R ers, 22-23.50; utility heifers, 19-22; commercial cows, 17-10; utility cows, 16-18; canners and cutters, 15-17; Jer. and Guern. sirs, i H(rs. 16-20; good bulls, 22-23.70; light bulls 10-23. StocXers and Feeders Feeder steers 800-1000 Ibs. pick up boys along the way. the district level, he indicated, An overn | g tii slop will be made the matter would be taken to a [ MeCall. Lingenfeller said each boy selected will receive a ietter with all necessary instructions, list. Approximates 31 (Continued from Page 1) vessel. Two helicopters from the America reached the Liberty at _ i w a s 106 at Presidio, Tex. This morning's low was 30 at Flagstaff, Ariz. n Thursday in- ·s 500650 Ibs. 26.50-30; plain steers 27; heavy llolstein steers 2124; steer calves 400-500 Ibs, 29-32.50; steer calves 300-400 Ibs. 31-33.50; plain steer calves 27-29; feeder heifers 600-700 Ibs. 2f.-23.50; feeder heifers 500-600 Ibs. 23-25.50; plain 4:30 a.m. EC America itself and reached the Gamble-Skograo . . 26 7/8 ing items of equipment andcloth- Phillips Petroleum . 6 0 1 / 2 Ing needed. Radio Corporation . . 51 _ . . . . , i , , Republic Steel . . . . 44 1/4 Recital Scheduled Reynolds Tobacco . . 37 3/8 CALDWELL - Students of ^*TM n Sprlng * Axlc 34 '£ Althea Cerveny will be present- m.Regis'Paper ed in two recitals tonight at the sears Women's Century Club In Nampa. Sinclair oil for 7 Souther A | r 1 s ,,_,._ stce , All wounded were transferred by helicopter to the America. Twenty other wounded scheduled to be flown to the council has set a special meet- aircraft carrier later. | n g j imr . 19 ( 0 consider joining The ships headed toward t s, e ^^ e department system for Special Meet Set Kl||)J V |[]., ge sheriffs _,,,,_ ^ vestlgated reported thefts at the hejf e rs"2o-22;heiforc'aiv'es400- ION Feed Yard near Middleton. 500 ib: Records reveal 20 gallons gasoline were taken, along with fSlSsfrftSjnTiwk Fire Hits Shop E ant£^fiw that Israeli Meeting xneauiea Fidem, c ap n.9i- I( .« parked at the scene. ^roui^u i form chnn planes attacked the ship first In CALDWEU, - The regular ^ *- hAiitvihw -- A orm snop s i ra fi ne r ,|,i Twenty minutes monthly meeting of the Canyon f,,,,^-.. 1S ./, ,,, ./, TtiL roUR STORY .h« H win and Its contents were damaged J at *^^,TMSSJToy one Count/Grange Credit Union will X^M.ifc ?Vw" 3/4' %! ^''i -·-- :K1^" .*.*±3 ^ ^e torpedo boats. be held a, 8:30 p.m. Saturday at *u. MNaUonai... 30./2-3,1/2 LEONETTI -LIVING ROOM 11 3/4 58 7/8 255/8 5/8 ei North American Aviation 461/8 ParXavis 26 1/2 Pan Atnerican . . . . 3 3 3 / 8 Pennsylvania It.R. A. J. Industries Am. Airlines . . SERVICE 1302- Ut Si. So. NAMPA 466-4661 (or a« od-wriitr now. at more than $3,000. CLASSIFIEDS GET HKSULTS the Joe Freeman Blaine St., Caldwel!. I)ow 'ITieory. 14.32-15.65 . .7.8I-8.4J

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