.Theldalio Free Press 4 The News-Tribune. Wednesday. January 29, 1975-2 Off the wire tale news summaries World Communists shell ranker 1'H.S'OM f'EMI l U P I i - Communist gunners shrugged off counter-attacks by government aircraft and ic[ fire lo one of (Â«Â·) fuel tankers trying in steam up (he muddy Mekong [liver loday, m i l i t a r y sources said. Dollar makes slight gains BRUSSELS i l ' P l i - The U.S. dollar made slight gains at the opening of European currency markets loday. In Zurich the dollar fetched 2.4735 Swiss francs, a rise over Tuesday's dosing price n[ 2.45R5 In 1-un.don the dollar opened at $2 3815 to the pound, compared with Tuesday's close of $2.38511. Israeli general resigns JKKl'SALEM (I/I'll - Reserve Maj. Ken. Aharon Yariv. Israel's chief negotiator w i t h Kgypl following (he Oflnher 197.1 war. today announced In's resignation as information minister in protest and frustration over the operation of the government. People hornier \Yliite lluuse Counsel John W. Bran, w l i o s c \ V ; i l e r g a l p testimony was largely s u p p o r t e d by former P r e s i d e n t N i x o n ' s tapes, will mil pel mil Inpc recorders in the a u d i e n c e w h e n he speaks al (he University of Virginia Feb. 2. National Wildcat strike hits PIE SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -Members of Teamsters Local'222 staged a wildcat strike againsl Pacific Intermouiitain Express early loday. saying Ihe trucking company was forcing Ihem lo drive unsafe equipment. Pickelcrs. who refused lo be identified, said the trucks were poorly maintained and unsafely loaded. They said (he company also demanded.they drive in unsafe weather conditions. Steel firm's profits up PITTSBURGH l U P I i - Wheeling- Pittsburgh Steel Corp. reporled today thai ils profiis soared 3,000 per cenl in the lasl three monlhs of 1974. "Wo just had a good quarter." said Dale Pilz, senior vice president for finance. Washington Two more leaders downed WASHINGTON I U P 1 ) - House Democrats organizing for the 94(b Congress have ouslcd two veleran sub- comtniuee chairmen. In the final rounds ol organization. Rep. llarlcy Staggers of West V i r g i n i a , chairman of Hie Commerce Committee, lost his bid lo slay chairman of his key subcommittee on invcstigalions. and Rep. I.eonor Sullivan of Missouri was rejected by fellow Banking Committee Democrats as chairman of the consumer a f f a i r s subcommittee, a post she has held since ils creation 12 years ago. HAK plans Mideast trek WASHINGTON ( U P I i Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says he is planning bis ne.xl peace-seeking mission In Ihe Middle F.ast "wilhin Ihe next few weeks." Hospital releases Mills WASHINGTON' (UPI) - Rep. Wilbur I). Mills. D-Ark.. has been released from Bclhesda Naval Hospital where he was treated for nearly two months for e x h a u s t i o n following public incidents involving a strip tease dancer Kuno council suspends chief KUNA - Kuna Police Chief Tom Brown was asked lo resign and subsequently suspended in a special meeting of the Kuna Cily Council Tuesday, according to Greg Nichols, acting chief of police. The action was taken by a quorum of Ihe council. Nichols said. "The reason thai I was asked lo resign was that I have used Ihe police vehicle for private use, which allegedly is againsl rules of the Police Manual prepared by Ihe deparlmenl." Brown said. "This mailer has been settled lime and time again but Ihe mayor k'-ejis bringing it up," he said. "The council also makes Ihe demand lhal I be available at all tiroes. In my private vehicle, I couldn't be reached and couldn't respond lo an emergency, so Ihe police vehicle is used for personal transportation," Brown staled. "The slalemenl in the Police Manual prohihils personal use of vehicles by policemen, but not by ihe chief," Brown added. Council aclioti al a regular council meeting with three of the council members voling for dismissal is necessary lo fire the police chief. "1 will nol submit to their request lo resign," Brown ad ded. "I was given a job lo build a police deparlmenl and I did it. If I have lo leave now, I have no rcgrcls. Building Ihc deparl- menl look not only a good amount of work by me. but a lol of olhcr citizens, loo." At press lime Kuna Mayor Cherles Bird was nol available for comment on Ihc issue. Valley weather IUHSI-: - Tin 1 weather over Idaho today is cloudy in most areas, with light snow at limes, bill de.tr in (lie extreme Southeast par! of Ihc slate. The upper air wind? over the Western United Slates are bringing moist air southward I'vum ihe northwest. This has resulted in light snow falling in , the Central Mountains and parts of Western Idaho, liastcrn 'Oregon and Washington ;ire also experiencing snow flurries. This small hand of snow flurries w i l l continue to work its way southward into Southwest Idaho loday. then move eastward across the state this afternoon and evening. Another storm in Hie Gulf of Alaska should he reaching Ihe Northwest on Friday and snow will again spread across Hie Hem Slate. With a cold air mass still over Ihe slate, overnight low s ranged from bctnw zero lo the tower 20s. Some minimums last night and (his morning were 29 below zero at Stanley, zero at Soda Springs, one ahove at Aberdeen. 10 at Cooding. 19 nl Boise and 21 ;il Ontario. O v e r n i g h t t e m p e r a t u r e s tonight should range from 10 below to ll) above /cro in Southeast Idaho and from 15 to 25 in Northern and Southwest Idaho. Some m i d - m o r n i n g tern- peralures around Idaho were 23 at lioise. 21 at I.ewiston. 1G at Midland, 12 al GoodinK, 11 al Hurley, five al Pocatcllo. one al Idaho Falls, one below al Salmon and two below al Ma lad High temperatures (his af- lernoon will range from 25 to 35 in Northern Idaho, from 20 to 35 in Southwest Idaho and from 10 lo 25 in Southeast Idaho. The extended outlook Friday through Sunday calls for con- t i n u e d below-seasonal lem- pcralurcs. Skies will be partly cloudy, with an increase in the chance of snow Friday. Home health agencies set 2-day meet i\A,\!PA - Members of the Idaho Association of Home Health Agencies will hold a two- day meeting Thursday and Friday al Mercy Medical Center in Mamp'a!" Mrs. Sclina Anacabe, K.N., director of home health at Mercy, said Thursday's agenda includes a tour of Mercy, discussion of Mcdicaid coverage by Barbara Norell, R.N.. and an afternoon Medicare workshop. The agenda for the Friday meeting includes a discussion of the association's plan to prepare a filmstrip explaining home health programs in Idaho, a discussion of association plans for the yearly annual meeting, and other topics of interest to the health field. Mrs. A n a c a b e , who is president of the Idaho Association of Home Health Agencies, explained thai home health services are (hat part of comprehensive health care in which health services are provided lo individuals and families at their homes. She said there are nine certified home health agencies in Idaho. Spring Shores site of planned development BOISE (UP1) - A Boise man has presented to the slalc Parks and Recreation board a proposal to expand the existing facilities at Spring Shores M a r i n a on Lucky Peak Reservoir near Boise. ( A L'nitcd Press International story in this newspaper Tuesday incorrcclly identified the location of the proposed development as Sandy Point, below l.ucky Peak D a m . ) Gerald K. Sloor suggested improving the properly over a five-year period at a lolal in- vestmcnl of $203.000. The proposal includes a rcslaurant, grocery store, bar, boat moorings, and sales and service areas for the Lucky Peak Recreation Area. Orvillc Bailey, Boise, current leaseholder of the facilities at Spring Shores, said he was willing to sell the remaining part of his lease to Sloor. Both Ihe slate parks board and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers must approve Ihe plans before (hey can be carried out. Idaho legislature Republicans decide how to use surplus Obituaries ir da If no 1- Vital Statistics BIRTHS D I X O N - A b o y . born Jan. 26 lo Donald and Diane Dixon, Caldwell. al Caldwcll Memorial Hospital. liy Hubert Van llusklrk BOISE (UPI) - Idaho's Republican legislators have decided on how Ihe projected $22.1 million general fund surplus should be spent. The" question how is will the Democrats buy il. (Heeling in separate caucuses Tuesday,. Ihe Republican majority in bolh Ihe House and Senate were in complele agreement lhal $11) m i l l i o n should be returned lo Idaho taxpayers on Iheir 1974 lax returns. They also agreed to a boost from $15 to $20 on Ihe grocery tax credit and $500,000 for circuit breaker tax relief for the elderly. Bui there was some disagreement between the (wo houses aljoul Ihe remainder being used for properly tax relief and payment lo Ibe Endowment Fund. Very litlle sentiment was ex- go lo reduce Ihc cighl mill levy in the counties and some lo Ihe endowment fund or a combination of both. House majority leader Waller Lillle, R-New Plymouth, said if properly lax relief was not granted il would result in increases in taxes at Ihe local level. Lillle said HIP properly lax relief agreed nn by House Republicans was similar lo lhal employed lasl session when money from Ihc surplus was used lo lower Ihe county levy. "Basically," Lillle said, "you could say we found a home for all the surplus." Elsewhere on Ihe legislative scene: -- Ll. Gov. John V. Evans said he had notified all federal and slale agencies lhal he had assumed the chairmanship uf the land grant committee. pressed in favor of funding high- -- Darrel Manning, Idaho way construction--a major Iransporlulion director, urged recommendation of Gov. Cecil introduction of a bill lo make the D. Andrus in his budgel message lo Ihc legislature. Andrus suggested using $10 million of surplus monies for new highway construction (o aid Ihe employment situation. Senate President Pro Tern James Ellsworth, 11-Leadore, said this mel wilh "very lillle" supporl in the GOP Senale caucus. 55 mile per hour speed limil permanent and lake oul Ihe provision for keeping the fine low for speeders in (he 55-70 m.p.h. area. The present law expires July 1. The House T r a n s p o r t a t i o n Committee agreed In introduce it. -- Sen. Arl Murphy. D-Mullan. said Ihe Senale Republican majority had failed in ils "shabby attempt" lo strip 1.1. Gov. John V. F.vans of his powers because he could still refuse lo sign vouchers from Ihc Republicans. -- Use of $10 million of surplus funds (or highway construction was stressed by Murphy lo provide a belter north-south highway (o connect with (he port of l.cwislon. -- Sen. John Pcavcy. R-Rup- erl, said Ihe Sunshine Initiative shouldn't be blamed for the legislature having lo publish Ihe legislative directory instead of Mountain Stales Telephone Company. Merrill Abrahams ONTARIO, Ore. - Services for Merrill G. Abrahams, 55, of Onlario, who died earlier jhis month, will be conducted at 11 a.m.,Friday al SI. Matthews Episcopal Church in Ontario by Reclor Tom Slevenson. Interment will be at Evergreen Cemetery under Ihe direction of Bcrtelson- Lienkaemper Memorial Chapel. lie was born on Oct..22, 1919, in Wayne, Kan. He gradualed from high school al .Belleville, Kan., in 1937 and received a bachelor of science degree in agricullure from Kansas State University in 1941, He was affiliated wilh Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1941 and gradualed from bombadier school as a lieutenant He served in . ,, , . , . . ,, r England, flying 71 missions. He Lulecia B. "Lulie Allison 81, of was fa^cA and receivcd t Ihe Odd Fellows Home, who died p ur p| e Hearts He hospital, Â· Lufec/'o Allison CALDWELL - Services for Sale of state farmland asked Ellsworth said after Ihe lax refund, grocery tax and circuit breaker, there would be SI. 6 million in surplus funds led. He said some senators wanted it to Gunman fakes cash CALDWELL - A gunman look in excess of $50 from the Circle K Store al 2406 S. Mon- (ana Tuesday evening just five minutes after a city police patrol car had checked Ihe area, according lo police chief Charles Aslleford. Apparently nol contenl wilh Ihe lake from Ihe lill, the bandil also (led with the clerk's purse. Maxine Mather, clerk and only occupant of Ihc store al Ihe time, lold investigating officers that a man wilh a "bright" pislol had entered Ihe slore at 7:56 p.m., instructed her to give him (he money from one lill while he removed it from the olher, Ihen also look her purse and its contents. He lefl Ihe store afoot, headed norlh on Montana. The robber was described as aboul 5 feet 1, 150 pounds, having dark eyes, and wearing a navy blue ski mask, dark jacket and blue jeans. Astleford, noting lhal (his is the fiflh armed robbery of a Caldwcll Circle K slore since lale December, is asking citizens living near Circle K slores "to be observanl, listening for automobiles leaving the area rapidly, or someone running." Noon Stock Quotations STOCK QUOTATIONS: FURNISHED THROUGH: EDWARDD.JONESand COMPANY of CALDWELL DOW JONES AVERAGES NOON Industrials 697.36+2.50 Transportation I57.20-.66 Utilities 80.30-.29 Composite 224.36 LISTED STOCKS Alherlsons 141, American Telephone 48 :i , Belhlencm m, Boeing IG :IH lioise Cascade !4'i Chrysler n\ Champion Home Builders 3', Exxon J2\ Flectwood 10 General Electric S8 :1 , Genera I Molors ;vj\ Idaho Power 26'i fBM 183'', Kcnnecolt 341.. Kit \~, Morrison-Knudsen 1C'Â» Occidental Petroleum 14', Philips Petroleum -lO'i RCA i|i, Reynolds Tobacco 55 : 'Â» Sears n i l * St. Oitof California 25 : ', Union Oil 373, Union Pacific 69 Weslinghouse IP, Winnebago 4'j, LOCAL OVER THE COUNTF.R QUOTES BID ASK FirstSccurilyBank 3l*i 32 3 i Idaho 1st Nat'l Bank 30 33 InlcrmounlainGas if; I2- 1 * MUTUAL FUNDS BID ASK Col. Inc. Fluid 7.90 8.63 Inv. Co. of America 10.08 11.02 Key. D-4 Bon Fd. G.88 7,74 lulnam Growth F. 7.75 B.47 Putnam Investors F. 5.99 6,55 liy Richard Charnock BOISF, (UPU-Stale Auditor Joe 11. Williams lold Ihe Slale Land Hoard he will recommend al ils February meeting thai it sell all slale agricultural land on the Kexburg Bench when ils leases expire. "I base lhat on Ihc lasl two sales we had where they sold for five limes Ihe appraisal," Williams told fellow board members al (he conclusion of a 4'^ hour meeting. "The second reason is they've given us more Irouble than all of the largesl of Ihe land in the stale. "I don't think Ihe slale should be in Ihe agricultural business in Ihc first place." he added, saying these lands should be on Ihe lax rolls. Williams' reference lo problems with agricultural lessees in Eastern Idaho referred lo conflicts and other disputes over leases among feuding neighbors Ihc past few years. Williams said he fell the lands should be sold. That would pul an end lo Ihe squabbling, he said. The board directed Gov. Cecil U. Andrus lo appoinl a special advisory committee composed of educators. farmers, woolgrowers, cattlemen and older appropriate persons (o help devise a new formula for setting fees for grazing and agricultural leases. GrazingMessccs in Ihc Magic Valley and Eastern Idaho complained lo Ihe board aboul Ihe problem of conflict on gra?.ing leases which are located in the middle of large range management programs. They said the leasing by outside interests of a section in Ihe middle of a large block of land run by others eventually constitutes "harrassment." Hoard members said slale law calls for public auction of contested leases, hul Secretary of Stale Pele Ccnarrusa suggested perhaps some controls could be worked nut in Hie. leases themselves. Andrus suggested (he two groups take their problem to the legislature for resolution. Attorney General Wayne I,. Kidwell questioned whether Ihc board is dealing wilh the real parly of inlcresl in some of Ihe proposed sales of endowment fund land. Sometimes more lhan one member of family will ask for separate parcels of adjoining land because of a standing attorney general's opinion lhal a person can buy only 320 acres of such land in a lifetime. Hoard members used to interpret the restriction as applying to 320 acres per year until lhal opinion was issued. Kidwell indicated lie was going (o take a look al it-especially in light of whether Ihe board was dealing svilti the real parlies of interest as Ihe law requires. In other action, Ihe board: -- liaised the salary of Director Gordon Trombley lo S22,- 7K4 a yearfrom $20,713, effective Feb. 1. a 10 per cent increase. -- Allowed Bogus Basin lo divide ils land sale cerlificale so a deed could be obtained tq,5.8l acres and money could be raised for building 48 condominium units al Ihe Boise-area ski rcsnrl. Sunday al a Caldwcll will he conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday al Dakan Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Bruce Johnson of Ihe Free Melhodisl Church. Interment will be al Cloverdale Cemetery, Boise. Mrs. Allison was born on Dec. 23. 1893. in Yakima. Wash., and moved wilh her parents lo Filer in 1907. She married Charley Knappon Oct. 7. 1913. and later married Ted Allison on Aug. 27. 19tl). in Mountain Home. They lived in Nampa for three years, and f a r m e d near E m m e t l . l l a m m e l l . Homedale and was honorably discharged in 1945. He married Loretha June Kelchner on Nov. 12, 1952, in Kansas Cil.v, Kan. They moved lo Caldwell in 1954 and lie joined wilh his brother lo form Ihe ION Callle Co, He later formed the Merrill Abrahams Callle Co. and moved lo Ontario in 1966. He was a member of St. Matthews Episcopal Church and of Ihe Veslry. He was a member ol BPOE 1690. Onlario, and was treasurer of Ihe National Livestock Dealers Association. He was a member of Acacia Lodge No. 118, AFiAM, On- lario, and a pasl high priest of the Royal Arch .Masons No. 19 Rcbckah Lodge No. 02 of Glenns Ferry Marsing until his death on Sept. 9.19G9. She had lived al the Odd Caldwell. Fellows Home since 1970. He was past illustrious masler ... , , ... royal and sclecl mason of Ihe She was a member of Aileen Grand Council ofldaho. Chapter No. 1. Boise, where he was a recipient of the Order of the Silver Trowel. He was a member of the Grand Com- mandry of Knights Templar Idalio No. 1, Boise, and a noble of Al Kader No. 46, Portland grand- Shrine..He was also pasl palron greal- and chaplain of Ihe Order .of Surviving are twu daughters, Viola Funda. E m m e l l . and Annabel! Cowcll. Chewelah. Wash.: two sislcrs, Hazel Cay wood, Nampa, and Julia LaVallee. Boise: two children and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son. Millon Knapp; an i n f a n t daughter, a brother and a sister. - Gave Ihe LDS Church a permit lo use a portion of Ihe old penitentiary grounds adjacent to ils grounds in Boise lor a ball diamond. Easlern Slar. Chapter No. 69, Ontario, and chaplain of ihe Snake River Shrine Club, Ontario. Surviving arc his wife, of Memorials may be made lo Ontario; two daughters, Jaymie Ihe Odd Fellows Home. Cald- Fellon. Anchorage, Alaska, and wcl1 ' June Lyon, Flint, Mich.; three brothers. Clarence. Colorado Jenera Bicandi Springs, Colo., Slale Sen. IV. i i n u c - i M i i n - Â». , u Dean Abrahams, Caldwell, and HOMEDALE'-'Mass of the a , w i n brother, M a v n a r d Abrahams, Tafl, TÂ«Â»---Â·'Â·'Â·'Â·Â·- Resurrection for Jenera Abrahams, Tafl, Texas'""two Bicandi. 81. of Homedale. who s is( Cr s, Emily Wilcox Con- died Monday evening al a local cordia. Kan., and Caroline Oil nursing home, will be celebrated Merrill Island Fla Â· and Iwin - Directed dial henceforth al 1 0 a m . Friday at St. Hubert's granddaughters, Katie and applicants for grazing permits Calnollc churcn Â°- v ltl Rev - Krisline Fellon. - Martin Schuck. I n t e r m e n t w i l l follow al Morris Hill Cemetery. Boise. Rosary will be recited al 8 p.m. Thursday al Ilomedale's Flahiff Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Bicandi was born on April 7. 1893. in Epasler. Viscaya. Spain, where she was reared. She came lo the United Stales in 1913 and married Lucas Bicandi on Dec. 13. 1914 must include an advance one year rental or Ihc applications will be considered fatally defective. -- Directed the attorney general lo negotiate with Madison ('dimly on restoration of a cjuarler-mile long hollow road encroachment on state endÂ»*'- menl lands in lhat county. -- Authorized the attorney general lo bring a lawsuit, if in Sail Lake Cily. The couple necessary, againsl Ihe Army lived in Idaho Cily and Nampa before settling in Homedale Memorials may be made lo SI . Matthews Episcopal Church. Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital, Portland, orlheShri'iJe Burn Center, Sail Lake Cily, in care of Berlclson-Lienkaemper Memorial Chapel. Ontario. R. Herschel Davidson engineers for a forest fire lasl December near Dworshak dam. -- Issued slate land encroachments lo Bear Lake West. Bicandi's Bar and Inc.. Sail Like Cily. for 4.6 acres in Bear Lake County and to a riversideresorl at SI. Maries for a dining room and deck over Ihe SI. Joe River. -- Released Evel Knievel on one of two bonds posted in connection with his Snake River Canyon jelcycle jump attempt, bill decided to keep the olhcr in in 1335. They operated Garrily's Bar for a time and later owned Cafe. Mr. liicandi died in 1949. She was a member of St. Hubert's Catholic Church. Surviving are three sons. Louis of Walla Walla. Wash., Antonio of Salvang. Calif., and Vscdro liicandi. Richfield. Wash.; three daughter. Sanla Uranga. Ramona Aberausluri BOISE -- Services for R. llerschel Davidson. 80. of Boise, who died Monday al a Boise nursing home after a long illness, will be conducted al 2 p.m. Thursday al Alden- Waggoncr Chape!. Boise, by the Rev. Joseph Hmish of Ihe Firsl United Methodist Church. Inlermenl will be al Clover(talc Memorial Park Among survivors is a brollier. A. Harold Davidson. Nampa. Friends may call until 9 lonighl and until 1:45 Thursday al the chapel. p m Josie Johnson, all of Pearl Law force a full Iwo years. Richard Homedale; 17 grandchildren Stanley lold Ihe hoard he has a and 35 greal-grandchildren. S5.6S2 lawsuit lo bring againsl Memorials may be given lo Knievel for unpaid security the Ifomeiiale Senior Citizens work. group. Former CIA agent says secret spying unneeded MOSCOW, Idaho tUPD - years, was dominated by ils Former Central Intelligence clandestine services arm and became a "private tool of the Agency agent Viclnr Marchctti told an audience at Ihe University of Idaho Tuesday Ihe nation does nol need any more covert activity like that carried out by the CIA in recent years. "We cannot solve Ihc social and economic problems fating the world wilh this lypc of ac- livily." Marchelti lold a Borah Symposium studying the outlawry of war. iMarchctli, author of "The CIA and (lie Cull of Intelligence." charged lhat Ihe agency is now lobbying for a new national "secret" acl, "nol lo protect the national security, but lo protect themselves from cmbarassmenl and exposure.' Marchclli said the planned Senate invesliti.ilion of the agency, headed by Sen. Frank a presidency, a covert tool of foreign policy exempt from normal legislative control." Marchclli said the agency "bolh prevented war and brought the United Slates to the brink of conflict through it's activities." lie blamed (he agency's character on Ihc domination of Ihc eoverl services arm over the research and technology aspects of Ihe agency. He said directors "nearly always" rose (rom the clandestine services arm. and added t h a t over the years Ihey established a secret charier lhat was revealed lo key congressmen only lasl year. Marchelli cilcd CIA activities in Ihc Cuban invasion; in Chile, where he alleged Ihe agency WILDER - Pearl Law, 84, of Wilder, died Tuesday al a Caldwell nursing home. Services are pending at Dakan Funeral Chapel. Caldwell. Paul Wissel NAMPA - Word has been receiver! here of Ihe death o f Paul Wissel, 57, of O'Brien"'-'. Texas, in the crash of his lighl plane Mund-iy. Wissel was a Â· former Nampa resident. Ser: vices are pending. Livestock diseases are topic ;.g ^chclli urge-d iho-pu^lo S^ y ^%$Z IndriV ihn iict ; n -, ~ f .--.-~-Lr-'' 1 I l a l y , Portugal, Spain and England. Marchelli charged that Ihe CIA has hidden under ihe grounds of rational security. "But I am hard-pressed lo argue lhal overthrowing the government of Gualamala is necessary lo (he n a t i o n a l security of the L'niled Stales " m a k e its agency's feelings on role k n o w n the said Inday ihe lasl tWs ospeciallyduHng in? ^ ffiSSffif Dairymen; s - upcoming hearings Â·Â·Without congressional ac- Creamery 'in'caW'roV Hon.wcwillhaveprcsidents still ---' - Â· uklwel1 willing lo misuse il (the agcn- cy's covert aclivilyi and abuse it, and il will come home to haunl us. II already has." Also speaking at the symposium was Samuel Hunlington Harvard professor of political science. ^DM^^^ Wnill S m/wt|- -ind n (.rnflfti \i-harti hn ! - ,, . ; . _ . ./ i i n u i Topic of the class is "Update" Â«n Diseases," Fealurcaf speakers will include Dr " "Â·chard. Hall, extens vetermanan al ihe Caldwelf. nwarch and Exlension Cetf: ' r,w ^' Gordon Ca dwell federal lo remedy wilh U.S. eoverl cbnnci. 1 wrong" tivities. . Marchclli said the which employed him agency, for 14 mcnl; and In Greece, where he said Ihc military junta ascension was given an assist. Marchclli also mentioned "rumors" of involvement in prcdnminanl lhan m i l i t a r y threats in Ihc f u t u r e , and economic weapons would be more important lhan military weapons. the veterinarian; and - velcrinarian w h o v \ siaic a n d TM de *"}! programs. l c a e r i ^ arc sponsored by Hie- 1 on Counly Extension offi?*-* esulenlsof Ada, Canyon a^' counties interested In'' stock imhslry. ""
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