Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 29, 1975 · Page 10
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The Idaho Free Press, Wednesday, January 29,1975 -10 On the record THIRD DISTRICT COURT Judge Edwird J. Ixxlgt Paul Garcia, 22, 1219 Second SI. N., Natnpa, who earlier pleaded guilty to passing an insufficient funds check, was granted a withheld sentence and placed on probation with the following stipulations: --spend 30 days in Ihe county Jail, with Ihree weeks suspended provided lie does not miss making monthly reports: --reimburse Canyon County for the costs of his court- appointed attorney; -on his release from jail, complete restitution on all checks outstanding; --close his checking account until one is approved by the probation department; --complete his G.E.D. (high school equivalency certificate I within one year. The charge, brought by Nampa police, concerned a $60 check passed at K.G. at Karcher Mall last Aug. 17. lery, the complaint alleging that on Dec. 24 he struck her wilh his hands; he pleaded innocent and requested a court trial which will be set; bond set at $300; remanded lo the county jail. James A. Thompson, 29, Ht. 1 Nampa, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon; fined SIM plus 37.50 court costs; Caldwell police complaint concerned a .32 caliber Dickson automatic pistol, Ihe offense on Jan. 25. Juan Manuel Gomez, 20, Parma, f a i l u r e lo serve weekend jail time as ordered on a driving while intoxicated conviction; fined »32.50. Michael A, Hutchison, 24, Idaho City, preliminary hearing sel Feb. 5 at 1:30 p.m. on a felony charge of possession of marijuana; Ihe court file notes that o.i Jan. 9 a similar charge concerning same alleged offense last March 22 was dismissed in Third District Court because of errors in preparation of complaint, and at the lime of dismissal Ihe court aave the stale 30days torefile; complaint signed by a deputy sheriff; bond previously posted continued. Home bodies CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UPI) -· The president of a direct sale firm says the present economic distress has bewi a boom to his business. Rick Goings, president of Dynamics Inc., marketer of fire alarm systems, says salesmen for liis firm now find consumers at home more often since Ihey are reluctant to go out shopping. Says Gomes, "Business for us has never been better." Rainy season TAIPEI (UPI) -- Winter is Ihe rainy season in northern Taiwan which has an annual average rainfall of 100 inches. Finger-lickin' reward: A bucket of bucks MKMI'IIIS, Tenn. (UP1I -The smiling face in local newspaper advertisements was thai of (he fainiliarCol. Sanders, symbol «f the Kentucky Fried Chicken chain, bul Ihe message was somber. "Ill-ward -*1,000," Ihe black, bold (MX- read. The advertisements, which rnn d u r i n g Ihe Christmas shopping season, offered Ihe reward for informalion leading tn Ihi- arrest and conviclion of anyone involved in a robbery attempt of any of the 21 Ken- lucky Fried Chicken outlets in Ihe Memphis area. Kdward Hanks, president of Kentucky Fried Chicken of Memphis, Inc., said he decided tn offer Ihe reward after a female employe was raped ' during a robbery in Novcm.ber - one of '56 robberies at the company's outlets in 10 months. "t'ri like to he par! of a (cam." Hanks said. "Wilh the $1,000. I'd he able lo encourage more teamwork between cilizens. judges, iind police." He said he hoped increased citizen involvement, spurred by the reward, plus Ihe selling of higher bonds for persons charged with robberies, would help lo reduce the number of Ihefls. Robberieiof convenience food stores and list food outlets are now occuringal an average of .one a day. 'according to Memphis police. · So far. Hanks sau.no one has been referred lo Ihechain by the Memphis police as ligible for a reward. Under the', offer, all information must be leporled lo Ihe office of the Memphis chief of police, and remains confidential, with the identity of Ihe informant kepi anonymous. The Kentucky Fried Chicken reward advertisement ssid Ihe offer would be effective unlil nnlice "f withdrawal w published. "The limit w, depend on how effective it Is, Hanks said. "If they convicU 50 bandits. I'd like to do it once week. . . "I'm hoping lo pay a lot money." he said. $·' Acupuncture | (foWARDSVILLE. HI. (UP|| A course in acupuncture is IIK eluded in Ihe dental educaliofi program at the Southern lllirKHtj; University School of Denta| Medicine. .* SHOPPING FOODLAND IS OODLANg Judy Valenzuela, also known as Linna Sena, 25,102Galves(on, Sp. 26, Caldwell, who earlier pleaded guilty to possession of heroin, and after a pre-scntence investigation, was granted a withheld sentence and placed on probation for three years wilh the following stipulations: --consent lo a search of her person or property with or without a search warrant, day or night, for controlled substances or drugs. --reimburse Canyon County for Ihe costs of her court- appointed attorney; --complete her G.E.D. certificate; -seek employment, keeping Ihe welfare of her children in mind. The charge was brought Oct. 27 by the City-County Narcotics Division. Michael A. Yeates, 18,3H Hill, Rt. 7 Caldwell, returning to court from Ihe penitentiary for a review of his Sept. 18 sentence, was granted a suspended sentence and placed on three years probation with the following stipulations: --complete G.E.D. in one year; --continue in counseling; --reside with parents and not leave nor quit his job without permission of Ihe probation department; --maintain no contact with any known convict; -do 30 hours charity work; --reimburse. Canyon County tor the costs of his court- appointed attorney. Yeates had pleaded guilty last Sept. 5 to forgery concerning a $50 check passed May 12 at City Beverage, 213 S. 10th, Caldwell. on a complaint signed by Jeffery Taggarl of Caldwell. Probation was granted after the court received the penitentiary's Classifications Committee report. Michael Bishop, 20, Nampa, returning lo court from the penitentiary for review of a July 16 sentence and an extension of Ihe court's 120-day jurisdiction on Nov. 18, was placed on three years probation w i t h these directives: -go to Ihe home of his parents in Illinois and reside there with probation d e p a r t m e n t supervision; --not to quit his job without probation department permission: --reimburse Canyon County for the costs of his court- appointed attorney: --continue individual or group counseling in Illinois. Bishop was charged with first degree burglary Feb.11,1973,of Don's Arco Service, 7M 12th Ave. S., Nampa; pleaded guilty March 30, 1973 and was placed on probation which was revoked July 16, 1974. Manuel J. Delosreyes, 23, Huston, changed his plea to g u i l t y to possession of marijuana and waived time before sentencing: granted withheld sentence and placed on one year's probation with these stipulations: -consent to a search of. his person or property "with' or without a search w a r r a n t , day or night, for controlled substances or drugs; --do 30 hours charity work; --reimburse Canyon County for Ihe costs of his court- appointed attorney. The defendant was charged on a City-County Narcotics Division complaint concerning a May 12 offense. MAGISTRATE COt'HT. Sec. 2 Judge Mitton Birnbaum William Junior Hughes, 33,626 16th Ave. S. r Nampa, after an indigency hearing, was granted a court-appointed attorney on a robbery charge; remanded to the county jail in lieu of $7,500 bond: Nampa police complaint alleges offense Dec. 24 concerning three /ings, a wrist watch and a quantity of money belonging to James Thomberg. 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