Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 28, 1975 · Page 3
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Nampa, Idaho
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Tuesday, January 28, 1975
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The Idaho Tree Press. Tuesday, January 28,1975--3 Around About The NAMPA Area THE MELBA HIGH SCHOOL TW1RLKHS recently presenlcd a dance hvirl rouline al half lime al a Koise Stale t'niversily baskelball game. They were scheduled lo present a (ire baton rouline at (he College of Idaho Ihis week and are planning a twirling clinic wilh twirling lessons in Ihe spring al the Melba school. The group includes, back row, Kalhy Swim. Sonya March, Monica 1'eck. and Jeri Ileyer: and, front row, Lfndy Lultrell, Chris Greenfield and Kellv Amos. Attention Home ^parents' resign N A M P A - l l o y l a n d J a n Foster a n n o u n c e d t h e i r ··resignation as houseparenls of · 'the Plantation Attention Home '·a'l Ihe January public meeting of '·4he home's clireclors. : " ' T h e resignation will be cf- ' feclive Feb. 28. The two said reasons for the ·resignation included Ihe lack of ' S u b s t i t u t e houseparenls lo ''relieve Ihem of their duties '·occasionally, a desire lo return :tu college, and [he difficulty of · 'raising small children in a home with troubled children. -"The Attention Home board ··'will be accepling applications 'from anyone inlerested in ·.serving in this capacily. Dr. ·.Harold Curl will accept applications. He can be readied al .'··Kfi-2537. v.Foster. in his annual report of Ihe home, noted thai during the pas! year (here have been 1.016 days of child care and lite douse received $:i.8G8 from Ihe courts YorservlfciS 1 (6 cHlhlrcnV'"* " ·1l i ebsT3iibfiul$9aday : Htkeep '·'a child al the homo ;inl ""- county pays a little over S3 per day. the remainder comes from community donations. There were H admissions in 197-1 wilh Ihe average stay per child 15.8 days. The average age of Ihe children is 15 years bul those slaying al the home have ranged in age from 11 through 17 Because of Ihe home, many children are not required to slay in jail until their cases go lo court. Al (l\e public mceling rtavid Cram ami Harold Curl were re- elecled lor three-year terms and Carl Hamilton was nominated and elected lo Ihe hoard. Outgoing board members included Orville Allington. Fran Holicn and Lynch Hamilton. Dr. Harold Curl was elected president of the board for another year, and olher officers elected include David Cram, vice president'''"'and''' L'ihdaj ·'Dbhbs! 1 Secretary! Hbyt Foster ·will serve "as' treasurer 'Until Feb. 28. BOISE - The Inner Peace Movement will sponsor a lecture Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. at the fniermounlain Gas Hospitality Room, 555 S. Cole Koad. Boise. The lecture is designed lo outline the teachings of Ihe Inner Peace Movement. 1PM is designed to help individuals understand themselves and realize their full potentional. According lo I/iis Brazo, an IPM representative who will speak Wednesday night. "The Inner Peace Movement helps you learn lo develop positive qualities in your self and learn lo com- municale better with olher people." "IPM also helped me learn lo communicate with myself and develop a better understanding of who I am," she noted. The lecture is open to Ihe public and admission is $1.59. DANCE SCHEDULED - A dance will be sponsored by iHe Sociable Seniors Wednesday al 8 p.m. al the Community Center, 912 First St. S. Everyone is inviled. There will be oldtime music by the Three Sharps and admission is $1. Hefreshmenls will be served. VETERANS - A professional service officer from the Division of Vcleran's Affairs, Department uf Health and Welfare, will be at the American Legion Hall in Nampa Thursday from 9 a.m. lo 4 p.m. He will nssisl wilh pension questionnaires and other mailers pertaining to veteran's benefits. SINGLES CLUD - The Treasure Valley Singles Club Inc. will have a dance al the Mardi Gras in Boise from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight Wednesday and Sunday from 8:30 lo ll p.m. All singles are welcome. ART GUILD - The Nampa Art Guild will meet Wednesday al 10 a.m. at the Community Center. Anyone interested in art lessons is invited lo attend. ST. BERNARDS FOUND Two Si. Bernard puppies were found near the Owyhee Shopping Center. Call Pel Haven, ·166-1298. NEED HOMES - Three house-lrained kittens need homes. Also one gray and white kitten wilh a studded collar was found near the corner of Locust Lane and Happy Valley Iload. Call Joe Tague/46G-7159. WATCH FOUND - A watch was found near N'NC. Call '1605353. POTLUCK D I N N E R Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary No. 2103 will host District No. I Wednesday at 7 p.m. for a potluck dinner at Aerie Hall. Bring a covered dish. State control CAKACAS OJPD ·- Radio stations have been (old by the communications ministry tliat al least 50 per ccnl of the music they play must be Venezuelan. WEST CANYON Klemenlary's Fun Night poster winners are, from left, Nancy Sanloti, first place; Donald Lcpnerl, second place; lying for third place Ella and Kurl Schmidt. Juvenile court Tin- school's annual fund-raising event will be held Feb. 1 from f lu 9 p.m. (Staff I'holo) Probations, jail sentences set On the record ·THIRD DISTRICT Clll'HT :tfiidge (Jilberf C. .Vorris ·1'Ernesto G. Gonzales. 26. Caldwcll Labor Camp, pleaded innocent to first degree burglary; jury trial sel Feb. I I ; remanded lo (he Canyon County Jail in lieu of $2!(X)0 bond; charged on deputy sheriff's complaint concerning alleged offense at the Emery Ralcliff residence, Ht. G Caldwell. Jan. 1. ·i:Manuel E. Crice. 35. Kt. 2 Nampa, pleaded guilly lo a felony charge of driving while intoxicated; pre-sentencc investigation ordered with continuance lo Feb. 15; al liberty on bond; charged by Nampa police Guns stolen from home ' : NAMPA~Two guns, several wind chimes and two bicycles Were among items listed stolen Monday on Nampa police (eporls. 'Walter Gowen. 305 12th Ave. N., reported a 16 gauge shotgun and a .30-06 deer rifle had been taken from his mobile home. Value of Ihe guns was J100. Entry to the mobile home hart been gained by prying open a rear door. · Marion Tindel. 912 Amity, told rtolice six wind chimes had been taken from a palio. Value ofjhe chimes was estimated at *25. J-Jlancy Walling. 017 S, 20lh SI.. ;-r«portc(i her son's 20-inch Sch%inn Stingray bike had been ·Mien from South Junior High ^School, Emil Welski. 319 22nd Jive. S., told police his 20-inch {Inger boy's bike had been jCjken from outside the Merc »jloro. Kin olher complaint Monday, 'fym O'Brien, Milwaukie, Ore., ·({ported he had lost a brown !leather sample case, containing IMbdsluffs from the Nestlc's ·Cpmpany. between Country Inn tjfd Midland Manor in Nampa. MBrien requested anyone "Dealing the briefcase lo contact flrim al Holiday Inn in Boise. tDr. Winslon Gocring of ·Boulevard Veterinary Clinic, 807 -Jfecond St. S., lurned over a SJrged check of $48.30 lo police Monday. The check was en- S5nrsed, but the signature was Sfetermlned lo be a forgery. SlTrimbie Oil Co, of Nampa over two insufficient nds checks to police, In hounts of $30 and JI5. who alleged offense Oct. 23 wilh a prior DWI conviclion Nov. 15. 1973. Tlllfll) DISTRICT COl'RT Judge K'lward .1. Lodge Gary Lynn Adamson. 18. 101 Belmonl. pleaded guilty to petty larceny, amended from first degree burglary on Ihe motion of Doug Owens. deputy prosecuting attorney: waived lime before sentencing. The court granled a withheld sentence and placed Adamson cm probation for one year during which time he is lo make restitution in the sum of $300 lo the Kaslcppes. including damage to a carpet. The complaint, brought by Calriwcll police Aug. 19, charged Ihe offense at the James F.aslcppe residence, 117 W. Belmonl. Danny M. Gates. 23, 100 Norlhside Blvd., Nampa, was found guilty of first degree burglary, by a jury which deliberated about one hour after a day's trial; pre-sentcnce investigation ordered will) continuance In Feb. 14; al liberty on bond; N'ampa police complain! alleged Ihe offense last Aug. I at the Les Schwab Tire Center. 133 Caldwell Blvd., Nampa. Girl 'critical' BOISE ib'PIl - Becky l,in- villc, 15. Htiise. remained in critical condition Monday from injuries received in a camper- van rollover near Payettc Friday morning. Miss l.inville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert l.inville, sirs- lained a collapsed lung in the accident. PHONE W-7891 or 4r!H6fi4 lo place your classified a(i. TAKING A LOOK al a Boise Stale University policy manual are, from left, Ainpnro Rarrera, Boise; Jose Rodriguez, Nampa; Maria Young, Boise; Conrado DC La Paz, Nampa; and Leroy Cortcz, Nampa. The BSU off-campus program Potential students aided 110ISE -- Students in a special Boise Slate University class are getting a first-hand look al problems they might face as they continue their academic careers. "Orienlad'on lo Higher Education," taught in Nampa as a part nf BSU's off-campus program, is designed for older t'tn'cano students who have not been able to continue their college studies because of work, military, economic or personal reasons. Elias Alvardo. a social worker al the Migrant Education Resource Center (MERC) ir Nampa, is the main instructor. He is assisted by personnel from Boise State In Ihe class sessions Ihe students and visiting RSU ad- m i n i s t r a t o r s examine such things as enrollment procedures, financial aid, use of the library, career opportunities, and university structure. Students are also improving their w r i t ing, communication, and study skills in Ihe class. According lo Alvarado. (he course should belter prepare students who have had little encouragement lo enroll and be successful in higher education. Once Ihe. class is completed, r.ays lioise Stale nff-campus programs director William CALLHYELL -- Charges of pe(H larceny brought Iliree juvenile boys into Magistrate Courl, Sec. 1 recently, while a Boise boy answered lo charges of possession of marijuana and a Nampa girl lo running away. A year probation was granted lo a 17-year-old Caldwell boy charged wilh pelly larceny, on conditions thai he live with his parents and obey Ihem without question or argument and stay overnight in no olher place without permission; have no contact or association with one cerlain person; attend school with no unexcused absences or tardies and obey a 10 p.m. curfew every night of the week. He was also sentenced lo serve six days in Ihe county juvenile detention quarters, to he spent on weekends for three weeks. A 17-year-old Caldwell boy charged wilh pelil larceny was sentenced to 10 days, lo be served on weekends, in the juvenile detention facilities, and granted a one year probation, on conditions he obey a 10 p.m. curfew and have no contact with one certain individual; live al (he home of his parents and obey them without question or argument, and slay overnight in no other place without permission; he is lo atlend school with no unexcused absence or lardies, and make himself available to Ihe probation officer. A 17-year-old Boise boy charged with possession of marijuana was granled a year's conlinuance on conditions that the facts represented by him are Irue; that he remain employed, and if for any reason becomes unemployed, tie is lo actively seek employment. Burglary charged it i^.i^. i.-^ij'.' ,i. ·.NAMPA -- Arrests' on charges ofJ;firsl,rclegree burglary; insufficient funds check and pelil larceny were recorded Monday by Nampa police. "Kenneth Laylon, 21, 3815 W. Columbia, was arresled by Nampa police on a Boise warrant for first degree burglary. Laylon has been released lo Ibe Boise Police Department. Karen True, of Parma, was arresled Monday on a charge of insufficienl funds check, misdemeanor. M a r g a r i l o Garcia, Dodge House, has been arrested on a charge of pelil larceny. Boln have been arraigned and released. In an arresl early this morning, William Colvin, 704 Third Si. S., waspickcd up on a charge of conlempl nf court and is being held al Ihe Nampa jail. Both drivers were cited following a collision Monday on Fourth Avenue North. A pickup driven by John Scolt. 23, of Parma, was attempting to cross Fourth Avenue when it slruck a car driven by Ronald House. 24, 6225 E. Carson, northbound on Fourth. Scoll was cited for failure lo yield right of way entering a through street. House received a ciialion for a basic rule violation. A IG-year-old Nampa girl, charged with running away, was granled a six month continuance on conditions that she stay al the home of her foster parents and obey them; nol run away; stay overnight no where else, and attend school regularly wilh no unexcused absences or lardies. A Nampa boy. 13, was granted a one year conlinuance stemming from charges of pctil larceny, on conditions lhat he live wilh his parents and obey them, stay overnight in no other place without permission, attend school wilh no unexcused absences or tardies, and obey all school rules and regulations. DRY CLEAN THE ECONOMICAL WAY "ATTENDANT ALWAYS ON DUTY" YOUR CHOICE OF "PERC" ORTHE NEW Fast service Less than 1 Hour DRAPERIES... OUR SPECIALTY $050 PER . V LOAD students are members of a special BSU class on college procedures and opportunities, taught by Klias Alvarado of Ihe Migrant Education Resource Center of Nampa. (DSt' I'hoto) Jensen, "Students will have a good knowledge of the university and its procedures as well as a personal acquaintance wilh many administrators who can help Ihem with problems thai might arise." Jensen added that Ihe course, which began in November, will finish in early February, and thai similar classes are possible in the fulure. PHONG 406-7891 or «9-4(HM lo place your classified ad. 8 LOAD WHIRLPOOL WASHERS 25' *35* DRYERS -10* CLEAN, COMFORTABLE SURROUNDINGS LOUNGE AREA WITH TV OPEN DAILY 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. HARDY'S COIN-OP * 816-12thAve.So.-Mampa SUNSHINE :/f: B00KKEEPIN61 · SECRETARIAL -'^v-rf SERVICE ' [ 1209 3rd Street So. PHONE 467-5751 The BEST in Chinese and American Foods! 11A.M. to 2:00 A.M. DAILY 6K00 CAtt 0 ur resolve... COURTEOUS AND UNDERSTANDING SERVICE ALWAYS We hold a sacred trust, given us by each bereaved person who comes here for assistance in time of need. 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