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Vhho Free Press t Caldvrell News-Tribune, Friday, June 16. 1967 -- 2 THC NIWS-TRIIUNI and IDAHO FREE PRESS Published evtniflgi except Sunday al 316 Tenth Ave Sojlh. Narrpo. IdqKo 83651 by Canyon PubtitKing Co. Entered ai wcond clost maltei at the Poll Office at Nor-ipo, Idaho, under al of March 8. 1879. A1{ rotitet lequiied by low Of order ol covil ol corrpeienl jurisdiction lo be published weeVly will be published n Ihe Saiurday ii^e ol thil poper pullgant lo Seclion 60-108 1 C . 1963 at added thereto by Chapter 164 1933 Seuion laws ol Idaho. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Cariiet. fit month J1.85 Carrier, per year «??0 Mail fin advance) in Canyon. Ada. Owyhee. Gem, El.-noie. WaiS;ng ln. Bo.ie. PayeMe. lda-o. Adamv Valley o"d Mall-eur Cogntici. OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES 1 MoMh . 3Mor.!hi. 6Mon]hi. t V e o r . . S 1.50 S 4 25 S 800 S1500 1 Month . 3 Monlhj. 6 Mo/ilhi I Year . S 1.75 S 4.75 S 900 $1700 O Statistics STATE HEWS BRIEFS BIRTHS LOZANO - To Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Lozano, Parma, agirl Murphy Predicts Short Session Brown Swiss Breeders Set Field Day OBITUARIES Thomas A. Gibbs Frank Older NAMPA - Funeral services NAMPA - Funeral services for Thomas A. Gibbs, 39, of 911 for Frank Older, 97, of 111 Ivy Florence Street, who died Wed- street, who died Wednesday at a nesday near Yaklma, Wash., will Nampa nursing home following a be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday short illness, will be conducted at the Alsip Funeral Chapel with at 2 p.m. Monday at the Alsip Rev. J. Sydney Carnes, pastor Funeral Chapel with Rev. M. S. of the Nampa First Christian Frantz, of the Brethren Church, Church, officiating. Interment officiating. Interment will fol- wlll follow at Hlllcrest Memorial low at Kohlerlawn Cemetery. Gardens on Karcher Road. Mr. Older was born Jan. 25, Mr, Gibbs was born June 12, 1810, at Kelsonville, Ohio, and 1928 at Caldwell, andwas reared was reared In Ohio and in Kanat Nampa. He had made his home sas. He was married to Maggie at Nampa, and had been employ. M. Rllla on Oct. 2,1895 in Kan- ed in the construction field most sas. They later moved to Utah, of his life. He had served a and lived there for a short time period of time with the U. S. Air before coming to the Natnpaarea Force. in 1922. He was a fireman for He is survived by his mother, the Carnation Company plant at Mrs, Nettle Gibbs of Nampa; two Nampa for a number of years, brothers, Robert L, Gibbs of prior to his retirement In the Nampa, and Jonathon G. Gibbs early 1940's. Mrs. Older pre- of Boise; six sisters, Mrs. ceded him in death on April 28, Eileen Dunlap of Nampa, Mrs. 1966. He was a longtime mem- Elletta Wade of Nampa, Mrs. ber ol the Nampa Church of the Charlotte Stocker of Bols?, Mrs. Brethren. Ellen Mae Paul of Boise, Mrs, He Is survived by one son, Sylvia Hollinger of Santa Monica, John Older of Nampa; onegrand- Calif., and Kathleen Gibbs of daughter, Mrs. Lois Bennett of Santa Monica, Calif. He was Jordan Valley, Ore.; 2 great- preceded in death by his father granddaughters, o n e great- in 1953, and by one brother, grandson, and one great-groat- Joseph E. Gibbs in 1960. granddaughter. Ressie Good Rev. John C. NAMPA - Mrs. Ressie Good, Vreugdenhll -- To Mr. and Mrs. Juan Garcia, Notus, a boy born June 14, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. SWEET - To Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sweet, 2317 S. Montana, Caldwell, a girl born June 14, 1961, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital INOUYE - To Mr. and Mrs. Kris Inouye, Wilder Route 1, a boy born June 14,1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. DOWWJM - To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Downum, Kuna Route 1, a boy, born June 16, 1967 at Mercy Hospital. Murphy said the most cocitrc- ( . jncreases ^ Sainue i so[]i ' _ The Idaho Brown Swiss Breeders Association will hold a field day and judging con- MOSCOW (UPI) - The up- sociation. Robert A. Wallace, test in the Kuna Park beginning coming special session of the assistant secretary of the treas- at 10 a.m. Saturday, Mrs. Dallas Idaho Legislature, which begins ury, will be among those taking Schultz, Nampa, secretary, an- Monday, "should last 3-4 days," part In a panel discussion about nounced. Lt. Gov. Jack Murphy said here silver. Breeders furnishing cattle for Thursday ui t\lt* ' ne MIS' 11 ? contest are Dallas rfrong Office Schultz; Earl Martin, Caldwell; BOISE (UPI) - State Auditor Leo McClure and Arnold Joe R. Williams Thursday Watkins, both of Kuna, and sought by Gov. advised a Lewiston man to seek Wesley Zimmerman and David an audit of Port of Lewiston re- Tayson, both of Boise. sau""li' the legislature cor(ls ' rom * ne Bureau of Public Judging contests will be held doesn't pass the tax "we have Accounts, not from his office, | in three classes: yearlings, 15.5 million In surplus; $8.5 In a letter to Dean M. Barney, two and three-Year-olds and aged million ot that is already com- spokesman for a group seeking cows. mifted, leaving $7 million which me P° rt au(l! 'i Williams said Doran Peterson of Boise will I feel'should be used to match Jurisdiction for port auditing judge the judginicontestandglve federal funds and work on the was placed in the burcau'shands a demonstration on fitting and PROBATE COURT north-south highway, U. S. 95 years ago. between McCall and Lewiston." Ranches Bought Murphy said he saw no reason ^^^ ^ _ ^ almnn entered why the legislature should not Forest us , v f unds from the :. Brim- approve the $3 million proposed recm ti on stoker an( f ? r . the ^P""" 61 * of mlic **- boat fuel tax programs, Letters of administration and sistance chased two ranches for develop- oath entered In the estates of to Boise, Sen. Lloyd Barron, raentasrec reatlonsltes. Wagon- "-« chairman offheL^s- hammer ^ ^ of Sa]Bmon asked council snowing. Lunch will be furnished by the Up and Atfem 4-H Club of Boise. PCA Aide Transferred Edgar A. Guffey and Nellie Guf- ....a, =. x-u,,.., «. u =...^.. CALDWELL--Hank Williams, fey, also known as Mrs. E. A. lative Council, asked council ^ ^^ Cwek ^^ on the c(vass j s t an | manager of the Guffey. members to "prepare to work ' M(Wle Fork . of ttle salmon River Western Idaho Production Credit MARRIAGE LICENSES during the special session, have been purchased. MAKKiAot. LiLt.Nbtb Barron said now that all sub- M . . . ... Hoger Andreas Peterson m, committee assignments have MlSSing in AcffOtl Boise, and Catherine Mae Har- been ma(le by ttle council, he POCATELLO (UPI) - Marine wanted the subcommittees to Capt. Curtis R. Bohlschied, 30, meet next week. ris, Caldwell; lawrence Edward Joseph, Nampa, and Carole Ann Williams, Caldwell, Libya Asks U.S. Quit Wheelus (Continued from Page 1) States." Name fo Change? BOISE (UPI) - Idaho Savings .. and Loan Association, which went PTM' defunct about a year ago, may Mine Pact QK'd be brought to life under another WALLACE (UPI) -- Agree- name, the State Finance Depart- ment on a three-year contract ment hinted Thursday. Commls- providing increase for employes Association (PCA), has accepted a position as manager of the Southern Oregon PCA at Med- Art Thomason, manager of formerly of Pocatello, was listed v/estern Idaho PCA in Caldwell, as missing in action in Vietnam mie (he announcement today. this week while on his second He added thai Al Fisher, co- lour of duty as a helicopter assistant manager with Wit manager with liams, had been promoted and assumed the total responsibilities as assistant manager of the loca ' association, Bottl mcn J oined the personnel Grangeville Youths Held NAMPA - A special agent of the Union Pacific Railroad suffered an injured hand when he tried to stop tvro boys who were reportedly causing a disturbance in his neighborhood, andtheboys were later taken into custody by police after their car crashed Into a curbing, blew a tire, started a fire and was abandoned, police reported. The special agent, Keith Anderson, who lives on Lake Lowell Ave., went to the boys' car to talk to them when the car started. Anderson caught a hand on a sideview mirror and several stitches were required, police said. Officers said the car's driver, Joseph \Villiaro Foster, 18 of Grangeville. and his 17-year-old companion, also of Grangeville, were taken into custody pending further investigation. The 17- year-old was held under the curfew law and the 18-year-old charged with failure to immediately report an accident and reckless driving. Police said the charge was brought in connection with the car's striking a curb near Holly and Dewey Sts., blowingtheright front tire, damaging the right rear wheel and puncturing the gas tank. Leaking gas and sparks from the skidding vehicle started a fire in some wood chips at the curbing, police said. The car was found abandoned in the 200 Hock of Maple St., and the boys arrested on foot in the general vicinity. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Special Session Call Made (Continued from Page 1) and to enact legislation appropriating additional funds to the state Department of Civil Defense for the period of Uie 1951. 69 biennium; - To consider the passage of and to enact legislation amend, ing Chapter 246, Idaho Session Lavs of 1967, to provide that certain probate fees be paid to the Probate Court rather than the District Court; -- To consider the passage of and to enact legislation repeal, ing the licensing of dealers in dairy products substitutes; - To consider the passage of and to enact legislation enabling and allowing the correction of typographical or reproduction errors in enrolled bills, whenever the same may occur; -- To consider the passage of and to enact legislation amending Chapter 293, Idaho Session Laws of 1967, to provide that the redemption period limitation on real property sales of 20 acres or less be made consistent throughout the Idaho law; -- And to consider the passage of and to enact legislation amending Section 246, Chapter 429, Idaho Session Laws of 1967, to allow sale of city land without an election. DON'T JUST HOPE your pet will be returned .. . Contort the finder with a "lost" ad in Classified. Dial 466-7891 459-4664 no*. 72, of Nampa Route 3, died Thursday evening at a Nampa nursing home. Services will be announced by the Alsip Funeral Chapel. Livestock Prices ,. Vreu f enh(11 ' "l 0 TM 1 "^ ' , vices are pending at Chapel of the Chimes in Meriman. Mrs. Arthur Hooper CATTLEMAN'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Market Report - Nampa, Idaho June 14, 1967 Cattle saleable, S71. Market condition, steady on all classes. SLAUGHTER Common to low good steers, 22-24.50; fed holsteln steers, 22-23.50; common to low eood hellers, 22-23.50) utility heifers, 19-21.50; commercial cows, 17-19j utility cows, 1618; canners and cutlers, 15-17; Jer. and Guern. strs. it hfrs,, 16-21; good bulls 22-23.60; llglit bulls, 19-22; dairy veal, 2327; choice veal, 28-29.50. STOCKERS AND FEEDERS Feeder steers 800-1000 Ibs. 24-26; feeder steers 650-800 Ibs. 25-27; feeder steers 500650 Ibs. 26-30; plain steers 222-1) light holsleln steers 24-27; heavy holstein steers 21-23.50; steer calves 400-500 Ibs. 2932; steer calves 300-4001b.s. 3134; plain steer calves 25-29; feeder heifers 600-700 Ibs. 22.60-24.50; feeder heifers 500600 Ibs. 23.50-26; plain heifers 20-22; heifer calves 400-500 Ibs. 24-27; heifer calves 300400 Ibs. 24-28; plain heifer calves 22-24; slocker cows, pairs, 180-239. cuated hundreds of wives and children of airmen stationed at Wheelus. High and Low Max. Mln. Atlanta 83 66 Bismarck 69 54 Boise 82 60 Boston 85 70 Caldwell 84 56 Calgary 73 51 Chicago 90 61 Cleveland 93 72 Denver 68 47 DesMoines 84 65 Detroit 93 70 Fairbanks 74 50 Fort Worth 91 73 Indianapolis 93 72 Honolulu 86 74 Jacksonville 81 70 Juneau 59 40 Kansas City 89 70 Las Vegas 90 68 Los Angeles 74 59 Memphis 91 69 Mpls.-St. Paul 79 61 Nampa 82 55 New Orleans 91 73 New York 83 71 Omaha 87 63 Philadelphia 83 68 Portland, Ore. 88 57 St. Louis 92 77 Salt Lake City 72 44 San Diego 66 59 San Francisco 55 50 Seattle 30 56 Spokane 83 56 ' Washington 86 71 · Winnipeg 77 46 Thursday's high was 106 at Presidio, Tex. This morning's low was 35 ·at Flagstaff, Ariz. Wheelus was being used to train Israeli pilots or for airlifting military supplies to Israel. The United States also allowed a Libyan military commission to observe activities at Wheelus to assure themselves was nt Israel. But 'there nevertheless have NAMPA -- Mrs. Arthur Hoop- been a series of anti-American er, ,.42, of 1213 1st St. S., was demonstrations in Libya and the found dead at her home shortly United States last week eva- after 9 a.m. today, apparently from natural causes, Dr. Henry Wesche, coroner, reported. Wesche said Mrs. Hooper was found by her husband. Shepherd Chapel has charge of arrangements. Girls Visit Statehouse NAMPA - Syringa Girls State delegates today received a taste of state government. The ZlOdelegatesspenttheday at the Statehouse in Boise. Those elected to Girls State offices visited Idaho officlalsvrtio held these offices and learned first-hand about the jobs. The Girls State legislators heard addresses by Lt. Gov. Jack Murphy and by their own governor, Pat Har ward of Blackfoot. They were scheduled to eat a picnic lunch on the capitol grounds before returning to enact legislation. Tonight they wlllholdlheir last meeting of the six-day session. Girls Nation delegates andalter- nates vrfll be elected. The girls will return to their funeral home towns Saturday morning. STTM!. sioner John D. Silva said "a of the Morning Mne Shops at force * PCA in the fal1 °' 19S1 solution of marked significance" Mullan was announced Thurs- Williams has beenactiveinfhe The'assuranceswerereiterat- will be revealed later thlsmonth day by the United Steelworkers Jaycees, Toastmasters Club, ed during the 1956 Suez crisis to executives of the state-con- Union and American Smelting ' H Programs, church work and and were voiced again this trolled firm. and Refining Co. otber community activities. month in the face of Cairopress Meanwhile, the department i fl . . . . , . , Fisher will continue in the charges that the base was being started liquidating Pioneer Sav- WHiy Tfie DSr various community activities in used to help Israel. in B s and Loa n Co. Shareholders BOISE (UP!) - Police were wWcn te presently participates U.S. officials categorically wer e authorized to withdraw up searching today for twodiscrim- an[l *!" e!( P and in thls direction denied Egyptian charges thai to 63 per cent of theamountthey inating thieves who robbed a had on deposit at the time the Boise fur shop of $6,600 in furs. Boise firm's operations were Steve Ressner, proprietor of the suspended by the state in Feb- store, said the thieves "knew ruary. what they were doing. They took in order that PCA can continue to fake an active part in the betterment of the community, Tfiomason said. Willard Weymouth of Caldwell has been hired as a new field- man for the association, Thorns- WALLACE (UPI) --Silver will '" r " re */erenoer son added, and has already start- be the primary topic at the an- BOISE (UPI) - Boise, Adaand ed employment with PCA. He mial convention of the Idaho Min- Elmore counties, which com- Has been in the territory all of ing Association here July 13-15, prise Idaho's Third JusicialDis- l»s Me and is well qualified for according to A. J.Teske of Boise, trict, have agreed to employ * his new.posifion.Thomason said, executive secretary of the as- public defender. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS. Silver Talks Set only the best of ray stuff." To Hire Defender Stock Market DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Noon) 30 Industrials 20 Rails . . , 15 Utilities. 65 Stocks . . . 887.08 up 3.82 256.91 up .26 132.29 up .39 322.24 up .97 FROM DALY A CO., BOISE Allied Stores . . . . 29 7/8 American Boscli 42 American Tel 56 3/4 American Tobacco . . 32 1/4 Anaconda 49 1/4 Bethlehem 34 1/2 Boeing 107 5/8 Chrysler 44 Continental Oil . . . 65 1/4 Crane 44 1/4 Crucible Steel . . . . 26 3/6 McDonnol-Douglas. . . .49 1/8 DuPont 154 1/2 Eastman Kodak . . . 143 3/8 General Electric . . 83 3/4 Fa0(i s IBM Kcnnecotl Copper Man Accused Of Calf Theft MURPHY - The Owyhee County Sheriff's office today reported the arrest of Roy LaVerr. Noble, 39, of Bruneau, on a charge of grand larceny involving the alleged theft of a calf from Rancho Idaho, Inc. of Bruneau. Deputy Chuck Jurries said Noble, employed by Rancho Idaho, allegedly took the calf ,', adio corporation, from the range and sold It. uepuhlic steel . . . . The arrest climaxed a two- iteynoids Tobacco . . . week investigation, Jurries said. Rockwell Spring t Axle Noble was arraigned before |, pp/, s ' p j ' ei ! ' ' ' Probate Judge Wayne Crammer, '^ar:, . , P . . . ' . " . ' He requested a court-appointed Sinclair'oil' .'. .'.'. attorney and was released on his Mobil on own recognizance pending fur- Southern Pacific . . ther appearance. Vies for Title CALDWELL--Miss Carol Ann Seeger, who holds the Miss Caldwell 1967 title, presently is in Boise with other contestants throughout the state vying for the title of Miss Idaho. The girls arrived in Boise Tuesday and have been participating In rehearsals, parades and other events. They are all staying at the Owyhee Hotel, wmtnre The Miss Idaho pageant Is continental Lire . . 4-4 1/2 slated for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at icu, 1st National. ..301/2-311/2 Capitol High School in Boise, ICA 14.66-16.02 75 i/e 79 5/8 . 33 . 499 . . 46 .72 1/2 Lockheed Aircraft 631/8 Montgomery Ward . . 23 3/4 National Biscuit . . . 46 5/8 New York Central 81 North American Aviatloi\.47 3/4 Park Davis 27 7/8 Pan American 33 J. C. Penney 63 3/4 Pennsylvania U.K. . , 68 1/8 A. J, Industries . . . . 4 1/2 Am. Airlines . . . 43 1/2 Baxter Lab 59 5/8 Phillips Petroleum . . . 6 3 ,53 3/4 . 45 37 1/2 34 7/8 . . 23 34 1/4 55 5/8 75 1/2 43 1/2 30 1/4 36 1/4 56 5/8 FURNITURE JUNE CLEARANCE Twice a year, and only twice, do we have a sale on floor samples, discontinued models and merchandise which must be cleared. This is the sale you can't afford to miss. Shop today for genuine savings on distinctive home furnishings. Reductions Up To 40% AND MORE ON FLOOR SAMPLES, ONE-OFA-KIND AND DISCONTINUED ITEMS--FURNITURE WHICH MUST BE SOLD! Spcrry Hand . . . . Standard Oil of Calif. Stand. Oil of New Jersey 627/8 Union Pacific . . . 41 3/4 United Airlines . . 78 1/2 U.S. Steel 46 Westlnghoaso 55 1/8 Woolworlh 24 7/8 Youngstown Slcol , . 32 1/4 Morrison Knudscn 265/8-27 1/8 Inlermounlaln GJS 135/8-141/8 Albnrtsons . . . 101/8-107/8 Union Oil 56 1/2 Affiliated 9.04-9.77 Fidelity Cap 15.39-16.73 Am. M u t u a l . . . 10.70-P.69 Putnam Gr, . . 13.7915.07 38 1/2-39 1/2 tlt'S f, \to fsst and easy Dial Direct. When you can't get together for a party, you can still have a ball -with a Long Distance call. Go ahead. Call now. Mountain States Telephone ALL SALES FINAL (No Approvals--No Returns) · Conuenient Terms · Courteous Delivery Idaho's Exciting Home furnishing Center Highway 30, East MERIDIAN Phone 888-4409 OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS TILL 9 p.Bt

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