Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 13, 1967 · Page 3
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 3

Nampa, Idaho
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Tuesday, June 13, 1967
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Summer School Classes Begin NAMPA - Simmer school classes began at Northwest Nazarene College today with members kshcp * the first in a series of visits scheduled by Dr. Robert C. Wood- war(i ' workshop Instructor, Dr - Wells, historian-archivist torlcal In Museum Historical Society, also will accompany the workshop group on and Archives a three-day northern field tripto I] Walla Wallt, Lewiston, the Spald- | Permit Issued During the June 15-17 trip, fr- We " s will discuss "The Missionary", "The Oregon Trail" and "The Coming of the White Man." Students will visit the Whitman Mission station, view Indian artifacts in Walla Walla, tour the PFI mills in Lewiston, visit the Spalding Mission station and see a tribal Perce NAMPA - A $210,000 permit for remodeling and adding to the performance by Sez old Samaritan Community Hos- Mans near Lewiston. pltal building in Nampa for a fine 'arts building has been Issued it 'the city Inspector's office to MIchaells Builders,Inc., Nampa. :.'; College officials said the work ',fs in progress. A federal grant of $72,833 has been awarded the college to aid in creating the new fine arts facility. The balance is expect- ·ed to be raised through gifts and grants. Two other field trips will include a visit to Hells Canyon Dam and adjacent areas as well as a southern field trip. The latter will Include a visit to the Snake River Trout Farm at Buhl, tours of the National .Reactor Testing Station and Indian caves and Craters of the Moon at Arco with the return to Boise via old mining sites. Dr, Woodward will present several lectures during the class sessions »hich will be held Ikfon- days through Wednesdays from 1:30-5 p.m. Final lecture of the series will be given by Louise Shadduck, Idaho Director of Commerce and Development, who will discuss "The Gem State Tomorrow." Outdoors Beckons Scouts Idaho Free Press, Tuesday, June 13,1967 -- 3 Around About The NAMPA Area Bail Forfeited NAMPA- Roger DaleWilkin- son, 18, Nampa, mounted route, A" roll charged with Illegal consumption, has forfeited $30 ball In NCHS Roll Lists 30 NAMPA -- Final honor roll of the past school year at Nampa Christian High School has 30 names -- one on the "A" roll, and 29 on the "B" roll, accord- '.ing to principal Ed Shaw. ;. Listed alone on the .is Kathlene Good. " On the "B" roll are Linda Nampa Municipal Court, records Bower, Lonnie Barnhouse, snow 1 Steve Bower, Ron Crane, Cyn- Edward J. Bess, 49, Grass- thia Davis, Barbara Diilabaugh, mere . forfeited $25 bail on a 'Linda Dillabaugh, David Embree, =h»rge of being drunk. "Warren Farwell, Gail Ford, SIP. *--»-. .Geselle, K!p Keto, An Larson, Driver Fined $200 · Also Glenda Loomis, David NAMPA - Reid R. Susewind, ·Long, Kelly Miller, Marcla 43, O f 211 6 { n Ave si Nan , pa) ·Mordhorst, Pam Neeley, Nancy pleaded guilty in Nampa Municl- Rice, Sharon Sanders, Helen pa! Court today to a charge of 1 Shaw, Fern Shimmin, Rita Shim- driving while intoxicated and was - min, Paul Smith, Russell Stanley, fined $200 and $5 costs by Judge Tami Thompson, April Tucker, o. B. COT. A 20«1ay jail sen- Lynda Vail and Mike Vail, tence was suspended. CALLING ATTENTION to the Jaycee safety lane check scheduled for Nampa the weekend after next are Lonnie Grieg, (pointing to date), and Elaine OH, Nampa Jaycee president. The Jaycees of Nampa have won statewide honors In past years for their efforts In helping drivers become aware of possibly dangerous defects in their cars. The June 24-25 project will be their last, since new state legislation provides for Inspection of all Idaho vehicles starting next year. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Nasser's Ambitions Crumble Amid Shambles of Red Tanks PICNIC CANCELLED - The Hi-line club picnic scheduled for CALDWELL - The call of ^Tuby has been cancelleddue the outdoors Is beckoning all (o unavoidable circumstances. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers, and Scoutersthis sum- .TRAIL RIDE -- The Canyon mer. Der.s and Packs should County Posse-Ettes will hold a have at least one outdoor event trail ride Monday, June 19, atthe each month for Cub Sjouts, Ore- Marie Topslck ranch, Emmett, Ida officials announced, starting at 1:30 p.m. Call 460" N a t i o n a l summertime M28 or 459-7189. awards can and should be earned. Cubs should see program helps in the Scouting magazine, Boys' Life magazine, and other helps," they said. Besides participating in the big Camporall and week at summer camp, each Boy Scout patrol and troop can plan and conduct regular hikes, cookouts, camping trips, and a host of other outdoor events, the officials stated. "Each Explorer post can have its own 'superactivity' this summer, as well as participate In 50-mile expeditions and other high adventure outdoors this summer," the officials declared. TO GIVE AWAY - Cute longhaired kittens. Call 466-1567 or see at 408 Chestnut St. VISITORS HERE ~ Dr, and Mrs. L. C. H»tch at Lop* «« Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Hitch of Burley were weekend visitors «t the home of the Mturiee Hatch family, HZ Davis Ave. RUMMAGE SALE-- There BETHEL No. 4- Bethel No. will be a rummage sale Frl- 4, International Order of Job's day and Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at the American Legion Chateau. Anyone having rummage to donate is requested to take articles to the Chateau Thursday evening or call 466- Daughters, will meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Officers and choir members are to be in robes by 7:15. MEETING SET- American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Thursday, 7 p.m. at the Legion Chateau for a covered dish dinner and social night. Members are asked to take one hot and one cold dish and a white elephant prize for games. 2721 or 466-6382, Refrigerator Strikes Car NAMPA- A car hit by a refrigerator? R happened here Monday, A refrigerator fell from the tack of a truck driven by Jimmy R. Suhr, 310 Colorado St., and struck the fender * a parked car owned by Charles M. Ross, Route 2 Meridian. The accident occurred on 22nd NO MEETING - The Eagles Avenue South near the intersec- felted In traffic cases by the fol- Auxiliary will not meet Wednes- Hon of ThlrdStreet South. D£Jn- day, June 14. The next meeting age to the refrigerator -was esti- - mated at $200. The auto re- Many Drivers Forfeit Bonds NAMPA - Nampt Municipal Court records show ball for- FOUND - A small male Boston terrier, black, brown and white in color, has been found. The name "Buster" is on the collar. To claim, phone '4664268, EDITOR'S NOTE: Joseph W. worse. A graveyard of Russian- Grigg, who has covered wars built tanks is at the end of the road of since Adolf Hitler's blitzkrieg into Poland, reported action from all fronts during the Israeli-Arab war. As a cease- fire silenced the guns, Grlgg flew to all key baltlefronts and in the following dispatch reports what he found at the end of the road of war.) Nasser's once proud desert army. It was tank against tank. American-built Shermans and British-made Centurions in mor- against Israeli shipping. The blockade helped start the war. Israeli Ma]. Ossi and his men busied themselves with a supply ship that had come down from Elath. "We were far too busy Arthur W. Pearson, 404 22nd will be held Me 28. Ave. S., Nampa, basic rule, $20, "·""--------~ and failure to notify police of accident, $55; Ronald Keith Bever, Turlock, Calif., backing without reasonable safety, $15; Jay C. Kalbus, 375 Holland Dr., stop sign violation, $15; Sharon E. Larsen, Marsing Route 1, speeding, $25; James E. Moser, Orovada, Nev., failure to purchase driver's Mormon Bank Notes To Be Sold SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - Ucense ' » 10 ; A number of rare Mormon bank Dimbu-uiauti Vyemuiiuiibiumiu- ··«' "^v "** *w *MJ . ii,,u -n t «. -- ».-«»...»»««* tal combat with Nasser's Stalin, unloading the supply ship to pay f ± nG '^ ^^1' 1± e note will go oa auction in New T34, T54 and giant T55 armor. The best of Israel's young manhood against the cream of Nasser's army. Now more than 400 hulks of armor--out of the 600 to 800 tanks Egypt had at war's start --were battered, burned out and sprawled in the wasteland here. Four Egyptian armored divi- Speck Court Releases Narrative Of Murder Spree CHICAGO (UPI}-The day was not there (In the murder after eight nurses were killedin house)," Getty said at a hearing their South Side townhouse dorm- to Paschen's chambers. Hetells itory, Richard Speck woke up me ^at if anyone identifies him "with blood all over me" ac- tt ey are wrong. He has denied cording to newly released court to me ... that he ever records. perpetrated the offenses." Circuit Court JudgeHerberC. Getty said it was because of ·Pachen made public accounts these statements that he at interviews between Speck decided to seek an acquittal for and three different psychla- Speck, based on the supposition trlsts. The interviews con- that there was reasonable doubt talned a great deal of as to the killer, incriminating evidence "against But Dr. William Norcross, Speck, including his statement medical director of the House of .that "I killed 16 people with this Correction Hospital where Nor. By JOSEPH W. GRIGG GEDEL LIVNI, Sinai Desert (UPl-Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser's dream of annihilating Israel died here. It began dying at dawn's first light on Tuesday, June 6, when sions died. Israeli forces ambushed 20 Russian-built Egyptian tanks and began one of history's greatest armored battles. Gebel Livni was never a Gulf of Aqaba passed Into his- beautiful place.- tory,- ····· Its only human sign was a I watched'an Israeli freighter few huts at a primitive airstrip steam into this desert strong at this blistering flyspeck In the point guarding the mile wide middle of the map of Sinai. Strait of Tiran and up the gulf more attention to the Dolphin and the fact the blockade had been broken. We left the cheering to the newspapers and the people of Elath," he said. Maj. Ossi said his forcestook Sharm-el-Sheikh without a fight. The 2,000-man Egyptian garrison just fled. About 50 have come back from the hot, waterless mountains just inland from this spit of red desert protruding into the Red Sea. They are prisoners now. ampa ' tlon, $15. SHARM-EL-SHEIKH, Sinai- No one cheered when Egypt' 8 three-week-old blockade of the WITH ISRAELI FORCES IN SYRIA - I.drove into Syria on ·the heels of advancing Israeli tanks, past lines of blindfolded prisoners, beyond a little Magi- iiiiuuib W* WIG 11IO£J Ui D11141, UU O4V \JL 1-LL Oil OJIU ^l UiC guu. * llWJJJo IVAJIS --.__ TM_,,.. M ,. ,,. ^ ,,,,, With its rolling sand duns, stony to Israel's sole southern port of by storm and it was clear, very Inspector s office showed build- bom the KIrtland, Ohio Safe- and waterless flatlands and its ElaUi clelr that onl y )ne cease-fire ing permits issued to the follow- ty Society Bank, established in saved Syria from complete de- ing: 1831 by the Prophet of Mor- feat Rcbert JMetzgei·,12119th moo Church, Joseph Smith. The Syrian driving with expired license, York June 14. One 1849 note, bearing the signature of Brigham Young, is following too closely, exp ected to bring more than Sieler, Nampa L QQO times its face value of -, $15; Terry 50ceftts . 12th Ave. S., Believed to be the only erist- speeding, $15; Orin ^ ^^ ^ its ^ tte Route 1, loud note was prjnte(1 on ^ first ^ ,^_ ',',''.: ' P ress to theStateofDeseretin CaltiwDll Route 2, no utah Wflcials said ItsestimaU * 1Q : ed value is $550. The other rare notes offered for auction at the Waldorf-- Astoria by Charles Hamilton Autographs, Inc., include three, in denominations of $1, $2, and $3. These are also signed by Brigham Young and are valued at $500 each. ' Also offered is a collection celved only minor damage.poiiee reported. In other traffic accidents, Anne S. Huffman, 407 19th Ave. S., was cited for failure to yield right of way when the car she was driving struck a car driven by Angela A, Mng, 148 Caldwell Blvd. The accident occurred Monday afternoon at the intersection of 13th Avenue South and Fourth Street South. Stanley J. Garmlre, 916 7th Ave. S,, was charged with following too closely when his auto struck a car driven by Joanne Laura Osburn, Ontario, Ore,, Monday at llth Avenue South near 2nd Street South. The Osburn auto was stopped at the time of the collision, police reported. 403 8th Ave. signal viola- Three Homes Among Permits NAMPA - The Nampa City jagged brown mountains, Gebel Livni would do credit to the far side of the moon. The battle that lasted from to Thursday made it The 3,000-ton freighter Dol- phln carried a mixed cargo from African ports, peacefully sailing" through the waters Nasser vowed to close forever · House Group Stamps Okay On Water Bill ._ i ___ r __ . WASHINGTON (UPI) - The dependent study because of pro- crime^ltne* Vght'girTs and "my cross interviewed Speck shortly House Reclamation subcommiU posals for water diversions to family" ^^ ^ e W3S CaP^red quoted *"" h * c annr/nM* / .,..*«_ n._ n~i j _ m n»«!.« · During one of the interviews the lanky drifter as saying: Speck told a doctor, "I don't. "Look Doc, why should I lie remember the day it happened. But I had blood on my hands when I wcke up ... 1 must have done it." However, the court records .- . . also showed that Speck ap- curcuit court records during a effort to link the commission to pre-trial hearing on defense legislation to authorize the Cec- to you? I'm trying to cooperate, I'm convinced that I'm the killer. I admit that. Why should I lie about the rest?" the testimony was placed in tee has approved a Senate- the Colorado River Basin from passed bill to create a Na- the Columbia or Snake Rivers Honal W a t e r Commission to study water problems on a nationwide basis. The action appeared to be a victory for Pacific Northwest congressmen who opposed an in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Foloy said after the subcommittee action that he was "delighted" by the new development and that he viewed it as a "big step forward" toward campaign cli- Israel's six-day feat of arms. When the United Nations cease-tire stilled the guns, advance Israeli units reported having reached within 12 miles of ancient Damascus, Syria's capital. There seemed nothing but the cease-Cre to stop them. A multi^rong Israeli force drove ahead along a 50-mile front from the snowcapped Mount Hermon range in the north to the Sea of Gaiiioe to Yankee, Angel the south. m.,, . e , In the wake I found burned MiagetS /iarp out Russian-built tanks, bomb- NAMPA - In Midget League blasted strong points and the baseball openers Monday, the bodies of Syrian soldiers in Yankees walloped the Mets, 1G-2, evidence of fierce combat. It and the Angels belted the Cubs, began Friday after Syrian guns 12-1. The Braves outlasted the shelled Israeli border settle- Dodgers, 10-8, and the Giants ments for four days. halted the Twins, 3-1. It was over in less than two days PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 ' to place your classified ad. St. S., remodel business build- ftuff'Si., wfc IS Probation Ordered at 245 Holland Dr., $21,705; R. NAMPA - Alecia Gonralei, E. Grant, remodel business 31, of 1803 3rd St n., Nampa, building at 1003 12th Ave. a, charged with disturbing the $7,000; Shervik andShervik, build peace, was placed on probation addition at 1711 Amity Rd., 'or one year today in Nampa $5,000; Don Olmstead, build new Municipal Court. Judge 0. B. home at 547 Lake Lowell Ave., Cox suspended a fine of $50 $14,195; Gingrich Bros. Con- and $5 costs. The woman was structlon, build new home at 140 arrested sarly (he morning of Canyon, $10,206. June 7 at 1818 3rd St N. Fine Is Imposed NAMPA - Jose Zuniga, Melba Labor Camp, pleaded guilty in Nampa Municipal Court to driving with an eipired license and was fined $10 and $5 court costs. Observance to be held at Cit Hall Partidpatin j Organizations · ELKS LODGE · EXCHANGE CLUB · BOY SCOUTS BANDCONCERT Featuring Tin 25th ARMY BAN! Public urffd to attend. parently told a contradictory story to public defender Gerald W. Getty. "He (Speck) claims that he Radio Thefts Investigated NAMPA-- Nampa police are investigating two reports of transistor radio thefts. Sandy Hammond, 112 Venice, reported Monday that two boys had taken a transister radio out of a car parked near the Bon- nanza 88 Cent Store. Buel Dickson, 816 14th Ave, S., said a transistor radio had been cut off his bicycle sometime Saturday. The bicycle had been parked in the alley behind the Coast to Coast Store. Police also Investigated reports of vandalism at Kohler- lawn Cemetery. They found broken glass and broken limbs -from an evergreen tree. : Agreement Made - MOSCOW (UPI)-The Nether- 'lands has agreed to look after Israeli interests in Moscow Hollowing the break in Israeli- ISoviet diplomatic relations, tne ·Dutch Embassy here said .-today. " PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 7 to place your classified ad. It's - fast, easy 4 economical. motions to suppress all statements made by Speck while he was in custody. In releasing the transcript, Paschen said the material had been withheld to prevent influencing jurors in Speck's trial on charges of stabbing and strangling the nurses in their townhouse apartment in Chicago last July 14. A jury of seven men and five women convicted Speck April 15 on eight counts of murder and on Monday Paschen sentenced him to death in the electric chair. Speck is scheduled io die Sept. 1. Aircraft Must Be Registered tral Arizona Project. Rep. Thomas S. Foley, D- Wash., a member of the committee, welcomed the action and said it offered hope of breaking a "logjam of dispute" over Colorado River legislation. The Senate bill, Introduced by Chairman Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., of the Senate Interior Committee, was approved by the House group in executive session and sent to the parent committee headed by Rep. Wayne N. Aspinall, D-Colo. Abandonment of an effort to link establishment of the National Commission with legislation to authorize Colorado River Projects with a price tag of up to $1.3 billion would make the big package more palatable to the four Northwest members of the 33-member committee. The Northwest members have fought against a proposal to Include the commission in the Colorado River bill and to dl- solving water problems of the West and the nation. "It opens the way to a needed long-range study of our water situation," he said. Foley did not claim a victory for the Northwest but said the action was an acceptance of a position held by the Northwest "in particular but not exclusively." B01SE -- Aircraft owners of Idaho must renew annual registration of their planes during June, according to Chet Moulton, state aeronautics director. Application blanks for regis- rect it to give first priority to tration have been mailed to all study of potential new water owners, or may be obtained at sources for the basin. North- any airport operator's office, he west members called for an in- said. Moulton said the annual aircraft registration fee Is based on 2'/ 2 cents per pound of "useful load." It Is Identical in principle ind purpose to acquiring license plates for an auto,he said. ^pg PEEBLES- WINTER MUSIC CO. DIM 466-4151 cNDSTONITE AFiSIfttL US COMEDY CO-HIT DOM MTHM GODFREY OPEN 7:00 P.M. CAN YOU QUALIFY IN CALDWELL? 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The man who qualifies for the AAMCO transmission center will be completely trained in a four week intensive program He'll learn every phase of the transmission business, including proven management and merchandising techr.ques AAMCO pre-plans every center from layout and design to lo- tal marketing and sales, and backs each franchise with a year round advertising and promotion program featuring na tionally known celebrities. II you're ready to siep up and be your own boss in C a l d w e l l . . . if you're ready to invest about $17,500... if you'll attend our training program . . . AAMCO will put you in business, and show you the way to a rich and rewarding future. Call, write or wire now. AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS Howard Price, DistMgr. 3600 Wishire Blvd. Los Angeles, CaGf. 30005 (213)386-1934 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP . PHONE NO

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