Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 19, 1967 · Page 5
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Poets' Corner 100 Brow-rues and Junior Girl Scouts spent last week in Day Camp activities at Lakers, win a final program presented Friday afternoon. Here a group of Junior Girl Scouts, ' , TM w hea1 b4ntls ' * ork on * table project to show how Indians lived, complete win paper tepees and toothpick campfires. The project was part of their qualification for the moian lore badge. From left are Frances Hayden, Debbye Alphin, Staci Cain, Glenda Eckman, sisanran joung, Suzanne Craw, Anne Marie Harrington, all Juniors, and Chriselle Fergusson, cadelte patrol leader assisting with the instruction. Mrs. James Volz was day Camp director ana Mrs - Hatr V Vote, assistant director. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) In Criminal Offenses DARWIN S. HARMS, Nampa, Second Lieutenant in the Idaho Air National Guard, will begin training this week in Texas to become a qualified jet pilot. Harms begins 18 months of instruction in jet trainers and F-102 aircraft at Reese AFB and Perrin AFB, Texas. He will return to reserve status with the 124th Fighter Group at Gowen Field, Boise, on completion of training. SEAMAN GLENN Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Peterson of Nampa and a 1966 graduate of N'ampa High School, was recently home on leave from duty in the U. S. Navy. He is now stationed at Adak Island in Alaska. WASHINGTON, D.C. - According to figures made available today through the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports and released by Attorney General Ramsey Clark, serious crime in the United States jumped 20 per cent inthefirstthreemonths of 1967 when compared with the same period in 1966. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover saud this substantial upsruge in the nation's crime was reflected ·in all crime index offenses. Crimes of violence, as a group, recorded a 21 per cent increase with murder up 23 per cent, forcible rape 8 per cent, rob. bery 32 per cent and aggravated assault 15 per cent. The group of crimes against property rose 20 per cent, with burglary up 21 per cent, larceny $50 and over in value 18 per cent, and auto theft 20 per cent. According to the FBI director, cities with 100,000 or more inhabitants had an overall 20 per cent increase. Crime in suburban communities rose 22 per cent on the average, and rural areas were up 16 per cent. Hoover notedthatregional trends were consistent with the western states up 21 per cent, followed by the north central and southern states up 20 per cent each, and the northeastern states up 18 per cent. All crime classifications recorded increases in the four geographical regions. In making these figures avail- jible, Hoover called attention to the unusuaUy sharp percentage increase in the crime of robbery. He stated every citypop- ulation group contributed to this trend with the increases ranging from 20 per cent in cities having over one million population to 42 per cent in the group of cities with 250,000 to 500,000 population. Robbery in the suburbs was up 37 per cent and increased 22 per cent in the rural areas. Robbery recorded substantial increases in all geographic regions as well. Hoover said the 20 per cent rise In serious crime in the United States for this three- month period was the sharpest recorded since the publication of quarterly reports began in 1958. He said a full explanation of the reasons for such sharp increases is difficult because the upward trend was distributed quite evenly In all geographic regions, large and small cities, suburban and rural areas. Two To Attend Medical Meet BOISE -- Canyon County's representatives on the board of directors of the Idaho Foundation for Medicine and Biology, Dr. Samuel C. Taylor, Nampa, and John Hayman, Caldwell, are planning to attend the quarterly board meeting of the non-profit corporation today at 8 p.m. in the Owyhee Hotel, Boise. Westerman \Vhillock, fouhda-; (ion president, points outthatfhe staffiof the organization has Increased from 2 to 26 in the course of a year, creating a new $250,000 salary in the state. Nationally, the health industry is the fastest growing industry, employing more people than the steel, aircraft and automobile Industries combined. Whillock said the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by the end of 1967, the health industry will total $47-billlon. Case Continued NAMPA -- A continuance to 9:30 a.m. June 21 has been ordered in Nampa Municipal Court in the case of James J. Waldrop, 24, of 315 Amity, charged with soliciting without alicense, Waldrop has pleaded innocent. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. "A GRADUATE'S SILENT PRAYER" Where have I been, where will 1 go? What vfill become of me? T do not know. I have studied hard, graduation is here, Soon I'll be o:it in the world -- I'm full of fear! It has been a rough road, it's almost over now, Whit will I do, what" will happen tomorrow? I will say a silent prayer for a guiding light, II will soothe me, and save me from fright! 1 will ask HIM to help us all, Dear God, above, please hear my call, We will leave soon, and go separate ways, As we march into the world I will imprint on my heart -FACE A F T E R FACE! Mary Heck 203-lst Ave. So. Nampa, "WHAT IS LOVE?" Love is a bundle of many things, Happiness and joy are one of its games. Together they play an important part; The warmest feelings we have in our heart. So many people can't describe That funny feeling hidden inside. For deep In the heart there's a place -A special someone, a noted face. Loneliness is someone you'll never meet -For love itself, will always keep!. Susan K. Lawlis Route 5, Nampa, (Nampa High School) (Original poems for this feature are selected for publication by Helen Reed Moffitt, 633 North Grant, Pocatello, Idaho 83201, and should be sent lo her for consideration.) Blood Donors Listed Gun Bill Hearings g Slated Idaho Free Press, Monday, June 19, 1967 - 5 NAMPA -- Donors at thethircl Red Cross Bloodmobile visit of the year to the Nampa area last week were listed by sponsors as follows: Mrs. Agnes Kunerth, Douwe Hoogterp, William L. Owen, Irving Robinson, Mrs. Norma Massey, Matt Schaefer, Raymond Winniki, Mrs. Roberta Butler, Mrs. Verla McFarland, Mrs. Patricia Hackney, Mrs. May Ann ffill, Charles Wright, Charles Morris, Aldean Gaddis, Richard Gray, Mrs. Mildred Payne, Roy E. Payne, Mrs. Iris Houdysheli. Read Young, Mrs. Agnes Bindo? wald, Wayne Edwards, Miss Elaine English, Mrs. Catherine Bigham, Carl Dudell, Miss Billie Anne Dodd, Mrs. Billie Dodd, Earl Norton, Preston Hoalst, Mrs. Hazel Reichert, Carlos Bledsoe, Ed B. Heistand, ^Mrs. Eva Cole, -Robert McEn- itire, Noel Hale, Forrest Abbott, Stanley Simpson, David Dykstra, Mrs. Kay Martineau, Tick Satu- tregui, Dupont R. Valintino, Prank Stimpson, Mrs. Christine Science, Mrs. Elizabeth Bochsler, Archie Crandall, Don Peck, Mrs. Benita Gabica, Richard Gabica, Mrs. LaVon Carter, Mrs. Louise Irwin, Dr.S.C. Taylor, Miss Carolyn McGehee, Mrs. Helen Grant, Willian Cash, Bernard Clark. Stanley Pilcher, Miss Constance Anderson, Mrs. June Pollock, Mrs. LaVada Davis, Mrs. Christine Luque, Mrs. Doy Ser- ratos, Harold Trout, Mrs. Ann Gray, Father Robert Haggett, Eugene Hayes, Mrs. Wllma Os- tyn, Robert Liedle, Harold Fender, Donald Wilder, Mrs. Violet Salek, Tom Beii, Bobert Anderson. Sherman Daly, Arthur E. Jones, Kenneth Provalt, Harry U Price, Mrs. Doris Roper, Alden Davis, Curtis Horn, L. C. Pierson, Winfield Kircher, Howard Gosvenor, Jimmy White, Jack Zarybnisky, Miss Elizabeth Snyder, Richard Francis, Miss Janet Gray, Harold Monroe, Francis Serviss, Mrs. Barbara Foust, Wayne Irwin, Mrs. Connie Ser- ratos, Zenas Beasley, Richard Edminston. Two Men Fined NAMPA - Weldon John Harney, 53, Bruneau, was fined $40 and $5 costs In Nampa Municipal Court after pleading guilty to being drunk in a motor vehicle, records showed today. Loren Barney, 38, Grasmere, was fined $25 and $5 costs on a charge of being drunk. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 lo place your classified id, WASHINGTON, D, C. - Public hearings on proposed new federal firearms legislation are now scheduled for July 10-12, July 18-20, and July 25, according to the Wildlife Management Institute. The hearings will be held before the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency. Bills currently before the subcommittee include 1 by Senator Thomas J. Dodd (Conn.) and Senate Amendment No. 90, an amendment to S. 1, also Introduced by Dodd. Recently sent to the subcommittee are t\vo new tills, S. 1853 and S. 1854, by Senators Roman L. Hniska (Neb.), Quentin N. Bnrdick (N.D.), Bourke B. Hickenlooper (Iowa), Frank J. Lausche (Ohio), and Strom Thurmond (S.C.). In brief, S, 1 would permit Interstate commerce in shotguns and rides providing a prospective purchaser submits a notarized statement concerning his identity, place of residence, and name and address of his local law enforcement officer. Mail- order purchase of handguns would be banned. Senate Amendment No. 90, drafted by the Administration, would eliminate the mall order purchase of all firearms. Many of the nation's most prominent sporting and shooting groups have endorsed the objectives of S. 1853 and S. 1854. The first would require an affidavit procedure for the mail- order purchase ofhandgvns, The second would control Interstate traffic in anti-tank guns and other destructive devices. Stampede Board To Meet Tuesday NAMPA - Members of the Snake River Stampede board of directors will hold I heir weekly meeting Tuesday, June 20, at the Harmony Cafe. One of the Items on the agenda will be the presentation of an advertising day program scheduled for June 27 when directors, with the help of the Jaycee Vigilantes and Nampa businessmen, will cover Treasure Valley with advertising signs and brochures on the Stampede. The Stampede will be held July 18 through 22. NAMPA DRY CLEANERS "Whera Quality is First" Acroil from Pott Office Phon. 464-0211 GEORGE R, KNAPP, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel M. Knanp, 222 S. Powerline, Nampa, Idaho, \vas commissioned a second lieutenant upon graduation from the Signal Officer Candidate School at Ft. Gordon, Ga. Lt. 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