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Idaho Free Press 4 CaldteK News-Tribune, Saturday, June 24,1967 _ 2 THE NEWS-TRIIUNE und IDAHO FREE PRESS Publish*d«v«n;n 9 it,«pl Sunday ot 316 tenth Ave. Souli., Nompo, Moko 83651 by Conyon Publilh.ng Co Enttitd 01 itconrj clou molter ol Ihe Poll Olfkt ot Nampo Idoho und« oil of Morel, 8, 1879 All notitei rtquirtd b? low ot o/der ol court o( compti.nt juriidic r.on lo be puMihed w.ttly wil be publishfd in iV.e Sotuufay Isiue ol Ihn paper puiwont to 5«lion 60-108 1C. 1963 01 added Iheulo by Chapter 164 1933 Seuion la«tol Idaho. SUBSCRIPIION RAT£ Carri«r. per ironrh $1.85 Canier, per year S3? 20 Mail (in od.ar.ce] in Canyon, Ado. 0«yhee. Gem, Elmofe. Waihing. ton, Boiie, Poyetle. Idaho, Adomi. Volley and Malheui Counliei. I Monlh . SMonlhi. 6 Montrti, I rear. . OUIS10E ABOVE COUNTIES S 1.50 S 4.25 S 8.00 SI500 I Monlh 3 Monfrii. 6 Monthi. 1 Year . $ 1 75 $ 4 75 S 900 SI 7.00 OBITUARIES Adventists End Camp Tonight CALDWELL--Acrowdlarger secretary for the General Con- than last week's 2,200 was in ference of Seventh-day Adven- prospect for today's services at lists, Washington, D. C., ad- Ihe Seventh-day Adventist camp- dressed the morning service, grounds on the Gem State Aca- Hunter was to give an over- ,, Vital Statistics Special Session Adjourns After Hours of Bickering BIRTHS BELL - To Mr. and Mrs. Robert He/thecker NAMPA -- Funeral services for Robert W. Heittiecker, 48, at Orchard Ave., Nampa Route 1, who died Thursday following an apparent heart attack at his home, will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Grace Episcopal Church, with Rev. Dale M, Van- degrlft of St. Davids Episcopal Church, Caldwell, officiating. Interment will follow at Kohlerlawn Cemetery. Services and Interment are under the direction of the Alslp Funeral Chapel. Helthecker was bora March 18, 1919, In Nampa, and was reared and attended schools here. He served In the U. S. Army during World War Hand spent 54 months overseas during the war. He was married to Wilma Novak, Nov. 29, 1946, in Nampa. He had been associated with the Idaho First National Bank since 1952, and was elected an officer In the bank in 1964. He hfid advanced to the position of assistant manager of the Nampa main office, and was head of the Installment loan department, He was an active member of Grace Episcopal Church of Nampa and a former vestryman of the church. He was active in the Nampa Chamber of Commerce, the Nampa Area United Fund, a past Cub Scoutmaster, past president and charter member of the Nampa Exchange Club, i member of B.P.O.E. No. 1389 of Nampa, and participated in numerous other community activities. He is survived by his wife, ;Wllma;'" : twtf"Ms'," Robert William Jr., and Michael" Jon, and two daughters)' Linda Le and Teena Marie, all of Nampa; his mother, Mrs. Jessie L. Heithecker, Nampa; and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Dunbar, Nampa. He was preceded in death by » sister, Helen Wilson, In 1958. Guy Groesbeck NAMPA -- Services for Giy Groesbeck, 58, Eagle Route 1, who died Thursday morning at the home of a brother on Eagle Heights northeast of here, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Alslp Chapel. J. 0. Young Jr. of the LDS Third Ward Church will officiate. Interment will be at Kohlerlawn. Groesbeck was born March 21, 1909, in Union, Ore., and came with his family to the Boise Valley as a child. He was married Feb. 11, 1928, In Nampa to Eva Lelande. He resided near Eagle for the past 15 years. Mrs. Groesbeck died May 15. Surviving are a son, Dtck, Rupert; a brother, Earl, Nampa; three sisters, Mrs. Edna Fuller and Mrs. Dora Koskella, both of Nampa, and Mrs. Hazel Hend- rlcks, Los Angeles; and two grandchildren. He waspreceded In death by a brother, Pauline Schoonover CALDWELL - Graveside services for Mrs, Pauline Audrey Schoonover, 25, 2008 Brookslde Drive, Caldwell, who died Thursday, were to be conducted at 4 p.m. today at Terrace Lawn Cemetery in Boise under direction of Flahiff Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Larry Coen of the Hillview Kazarene Church in Boise will officiate. Mrs. Schoonover was born June 25, 1941, in Bassett, Neb. She moved with her family to Boise as a child and attended Boise schools. She taught grade school in Homedale, Middleton and Vallivue. She was married to Terry L, Schoonover, Oct. 31, 1966, In Las Vegas, Nev. She wasa member of Alpha Phi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, at Homedale, and the Idaho Education Association. Survivors Include her husband, two sons, Tony Stewart and Tod Harre, both of Caldwell; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardle Roark, Boise; (ive brothers, Cecil W. Roark, Salt Lake City, L. James Roark, Yakima, Wash., Jackson M. Roark, Okinawa, John Finn Roark, El Paso, Tex.; and four sisters, Mrs, Dorothea A, Brandt, Blackfoot, Mrs. Patricia A. Thompson and Mrs. Bonnie Blckel, both of Boise, and Mrs. Leslie L, Warner, Jacksonville, irV Lynn £. Hughes CALDWELL - Services for Lynn E. (Ted) Hughes, 19, of Caldwell Route 5, who died Wednesday in a Portlandhospitalwill be held al 2 p.m. Monday at the Peckham-Dakan Chapel. The Rev. Gall Davis of the Treasure Valley Christian Church, Cald. well, will officiate. Interment will be In Canyon Hill. Hughes was born Aug. 28,1947, In Upland, Calif. He attended schools in Los Angeles and moved with his parents to the Caldwell area In 1964. He was graduated from Ihe New Ply. mouth high school In 1965. He was a member of the New Plymouth high school band. He attended the Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario for a year, and had been active in Boy Scouts. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon E. Hughes of Caldwell; a brother, Michael Hughes of Caldwell; a grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Hughes of Oxnard, Calif., and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huff of Loma Linda, Calif. Marion Reynolds NAMPA - Mrs. Marian Reynolds, former Nampa resident died today In Boise. Services are pending al Alslp Chapel. Charles Goodman NAMPA - Services for Charles Francis Goodman, 75, Nampa Route 2, who died Thursday In a local hospital after an extended illness, will be conducted at 2 p.m., Monday at the Alslp Chapel.'"'The" Rev. John Hunter of the Church of the Brethern will officiate. Interment will be at Hlllcrest Memorial Gardens. Goodman was born April 2, 1892, in Paris, Tex., and was reared there. He moved to Oklahoma in 1915 and was married Jan. 17, 1916, in Pawnee, Okla. The couple moved to the Boise Valley in 1943, where he was a plumber prior to his retirement. Survivors Include his wife, Anna; two sons, Charles F., Springdale, Ark., and the Rev. George W,, Kilgore, Tex.; two daughters, Minnie Cable, Pampa, Tex., and Dorothy Fillmore, Nampa; two sisters, Mrs. Susie PInegar, Paris, Tex., and Mrs. Ethel Cagle, Torrance, Calif., 19 grandchildren and 14 great- grandchildren. He waspreceded In death by a daughter, Mrs. Raymalee Brickey, in 1940 and by a sister and three brothers. Ethel Henderson CALDWELL - Services are pending at Flahiff Chapel for Mrs. Ethel Henderson, 80, 501 Grant, Caldwell, who died Friday in a Caldwell hospital, Anna K. Honderich TWIN FALLS - Mrs. Anna Kauffman Honderich, Filer Route 2, a former long-lime Nampa resident, died in a Twin Falls hospital Friday morning after a brief illness. She was 85. She was born Feb. 21, 1882, at Middlebury, Ind. She came lo Nampa in 1901 from Missouri and came lo Filer in 1952. She was married to David Kauffman in Missouri in 1901. He preceded her In death In 1941. She was married !o Samuel Honderich in Nampa in 1952. She was a member of Ihe First Mennonite Church. Survivors are a son, Paul Kauffman of Groton, S.D.; four daughters, Mrs. Esther Haldeman, of Annaheim, Calif.; Mrs. Ruth Held of Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Naomi llooley of Nampa; Mrs. Arthur Schertz oJ Nampa; two step-sons, Waller Honderich, Woodburn, Ore., and Robert Honderich of Twin Falls; a step-daughter, Mrs. AnnaBer- ky of Twin Falls; one brother, John Yoder of Parnell, Iowa; a sister, Mrs. Dessle Hosteller of Nampa; a half-sister, Mrs. Grace Dunn of Kansas City, Kan.; si: grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Mennonite Church In Filer with the Rev. Hoyden Schweitzer officiating, services will be con- ment. Donald W. Hunter, associate Sen. Dodd Must face Inquiries (Continued from page 1) Chicago public relations man Julius Klein, a registered agent for West German business interests. "Now the Senate says there was nothing to this double- billing," he added. But Dodd's ordeal is far from over. The Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service both have investigations underway. At the time it recommended Dodd's censure, the Ethics Committee asked the two agencies to look into evidence mission report at the 4:30 Ef ^ ER f, ~ T ° M i ^ L Mr ?' P.m. service in the adult audi- ? OMl J m * TS ' £ ald *!" ^ e loriurn. Two Idaho families will G ; * b ° y ,r rn , , « ?!' Caldwell Memorial Hospital. SALINAS - To Mr. and Mrs. be given farewells before leaving for overseas posts. The Harold L. Grays, who Israel Salte. Huston, a girl formerly pastored the Caldwell born June 23 - 1967 - at Caldwell Seventhly Adventist church, Memorial Hospital. will be sailing early in July ,. WIL p, I A MS ~ To Mr - Md to Tehran, Iran. Mr and Mrs. Mrs ' Alvin L - Williams, Parma Dean McDaniel will be traveling ?.°. u .! e 3 -_ a ."?_ toTM Jme 23 . to Cypress. Ti* Grays were In the ministry In Ohio 15 years prior to (Continued from page 1) They raise theofficial general The lawmakers also funded fund budget for the next two Jesse Bell, Nampa Route 3, a boy, the new Commission for the years to $162,881,697 from born June 23, 1967, at Mercy blind, stalling until Oct. 1, its $159,216,197 appropriated Hospital. effective date, and gave it auth- ' " ' - · · · - - ority to enter info contracts and agreements with th? federal government. While the legislators merely transferred funds for the blind, continuing education and interim studies, four increases expenditures were approved. Three of these are from the anticipated $7.4 million surplus in the General fund: $3.6 mil', al Caldwell Memorial Hos- lion for public assistance, $50,- Pi'al. 000 for legislative expenses and CABLES - TO Mr. and Mrs. $14,000 for library services lo Ihelr" arrival Tn 'idaho in'l957" James M. Cables, NewPlymouth the blind. Besides pasloring churches ?° ule l a Elrl born June 23, throughout Ihe slate, Gray has 1967 at Caldwell Memorial Hos- most recently headed the church P !ta1 ' welfare office in Boise. TILDEN - To Mr. and Mrs. The McDaniels first came to Wilford Tilden, 1411 Lemp St., Idaho In 1964. They have pas- Boise, a boy, bornjune23,1967, tored various churches in Ida- at Mercy Hospital, ho in addition to evangelism MARRIAGE LICENSES and youth work. Their last Robrt Leroy Audrain Jr., assignment was pastoring the p or (]and, Ore., and Nancy Kay Adventist church in Salmon. "stilwell, Newburgh, Ore.; Ho- The day started w!th6:30a.m. devotionals. Final meeting of the 10-day encampment al 7:30 p.m. will Jurymen Acquit Thompson 9103,CIU I 3 | illjul ULJ1 Idlcu UUI - jelUCJl lJ. t f*---, ing the regular session last win- the House Appropr.a ions Com- ler and spring, mittee estimated this depart- Because of the general fund ment will ask for at least $20 surplus there will be, or should million oert time, be, enough money to keep the with the budget balanced as required by priation passed ^ Ihe constitution. But the budget s ion, the 1961-69 appropriation nonetheless is now some $3,- is $14.6 million. This biennium 660,000 more than revenue anti- it was $12 million, cipated during the forthcoming » ** s L{ - °° v - Jack ."; biennium. 5 Murphy who first recommended During several of Ihe debates that the special session turn members of both houses re- *»TI the fire-fighting bill. He minded their colleagues that the found 'hat the federal govern. 40th regular session in 1969will ment had contributed only 19 be confronted with needs $25 per cent last year to the cost million greater than revenues, of fighting. Idaho forest fires Although the lawmakers when its contract required 50 agreed to take money from the per cent, surplus to boost the approprla- He has suggested negotiation lion for welfare they refused of the bill and then re-negotia- to mix some of the rest of it turn of the contract later to with dedicated highway funds to provide a formula more equit- avert a tax increase. able to the slate. Samuelson ap- Over a two-year period, the parently endorsed Murphy's one cent per gallon increase in proposal and a special interim the state tax on motor fuel Is committee was authorized lo Charles Jackson Hafelfinger and Mary Josephine Kelt, both of compiled during its 14-month feature K. J. Millleider, union San Luis Obispo, Calif.; George investigation for "possible vio- conference Ministerial Associa- Laurence Esson and Rita Co- lations of law." tion secretary and evangelist, le en Dice, both of Nampa. Owyhee Historical Group To Visit Old Ferry Sites CALDWELL -- The era of the and other interested people will of the people going are old- horse-drawn ferry will be re- visit the site of some 20 ferries timers," he added. "They'll visited Sunday by members of the on the Snake River from Walters tell us more about the ferries Owyhee County Historical So- Fet-ry downstream to Homedale, during the trip." dety. Walter Fry, vice-president of The ferries were started be- Paul Anstey, president, said the society, has researched the cause ranchersinOwyheeCounty about 75 members, their friends ferries, Anstey said, ....... RENO, Nev. (DPI) - A District Court jury has found Mi ton J. Thompson innocent of expected to~produce more than seek a solution of the problem. bert Eugene Shepherd and Bob- first degree murder charges in $6 million-of which $3.25 mil- PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 .bie Jean Gross, both of Nampa; the slaying of Joseph James jjon will accrue to the Highway to place your classified ad. Barrett - Department. The rest goes to The verdict was reachedafter cities an d counties. three hours of deliberation. Samuelson recommended the Thompson of Caldwell, Idaho, tax i ncrease as the best way to had testified he shot Barrett in raise the moneVi whieh wiu be self defense during a fight. He use() to match an anticipated said Barrett was angry at him ?14 mimon in federa j road over the refusal of a $2,000 ^MnE funds. loan and had pulled a Run. He tas ob jected strenuously The prosecution sought to {o usjng ^ oj , he surplus , for prove that Thompson shot Bar- reoc curring expenditures and in rett last Nov. 1 on the Mt. Rose (ne case of | he Highway De- Road south of here and also parent he added it would be tried lo kill Mrs. Sally Porie- a -dangerous ties, who was Barrett's girl mix der j ica t er j fund money. precedent" to ^6 general MENTAL HEALTH PLAN Seoul Group "Some had to do their shopping in Ada Dlnnc County. They could ford the ri- r f a l l s Board Refuses Rush Decision In passing the gas tax increase, Ihe legislature made it effective next Jan. 1 and put a cutoff date of Dec. 31,1969, in the bill. That makes it effective for only two years unless the vor in the winter, Anstey said, NAMPA - Order of the Arbut in the spring the current was row Week will be held June 25 too turbulent. to 30 at Camp Billy Rice at 40th legislature decides to keep The earliest, the Fort Boise Warm Lake from June 25 to j( on . Ferry, was located at the mouth 30 for members of the order Wh'ilethetax raised highway of the Boise River in the 1850's. and candidates, Boy Scout offi- spending irh " heyday of the ferry was cials have announced. The supposedly will Painters Plan Sunday Trip CALDWELL -- Members of ; the Caldwell Art Ass gelation will meet at the Black Canyon Picnic Area ready to set up at 8:30 Arrow ceremonies and camp- a ride ire to meet at the Cald- fires will be held in the even- well Armory at 7'30 a.m. on ings. Boys attending the Order of the Arrow weekend are asked from 1890 to 1915. The week will be followed by .,, . "Ferries went out of general Order of the Arrow weekend (Continued from page 1) July 1, is $40,222. State match- use just after World War I scheduled for June 30, July 1 the Canyon County Mental Health ing funds for half the cost were when they started to build brid- and 2 at Camp Billy Rice and Association, said it Is hopedthat authorized by the last session of ges," Anstey explained. Camp Tukudeka. mC,' 3l \ healtfl 5 ? t ' Ices the sta *e legislature, which.,, The society, will have^chauice ..The program for the week will will be grouped together. ·· leaves the county share at to see a ferry In operation near consist of working on camp pro- But because theplanIncludes $20,111. Homedale. Thomas F. Dukeami jects In the morning and earn- our counties there are prob- Of this amount, Canyon County his family live on an island in ing of merit badges, hiking and a.m. on Sunday, June 25. Mem- lems involved that willhavetobe would pay $14,280; Payette, the river and have their own other activities. Order of the bers from Caldwell who wish considered," she added. $3,020; Washington, $2,207; and ferry, which operates much as Mrs. Davis said her group con- Adams, $604. Some federal did the originals, ducted a survey this year to de- grants will also be available, termlne the need for mental Craven said. Card Misuse health facilities in this area. The services would also be 7", iriiauac Questioned w e r e teachers, divided according to population, Nets Sentence physicians, ministers a n d with about four days of staff time Judges. devoted to Canyon County and CALDWELL- Van Hartsell, _ , . Those replying indicated an one day divided among the other 52, of Seattle, Wash., pleaded PC if If Of) Filed "overwhelming desire" for counties. A fee schedule would guilty Thursday and was sen- · mental health facilities, Mrs. be set up to make the clinic self- fenced to 30 days In jail for 111 Davis said. Teachers, mostly supporting, Nichol said. obtaining property by use of a from the Nampa area, saldabout Clinics have already been set false credit card. 500 students could benefit, she up In Ada, Blngham-Bannock and In other Justice Court action, reported. Nez Perce counties. Plans are Reuben Valle jo, 21, of the Cald"We don't have any facilities being made to establish one in well Labor Camp pleaded guilty here," Mrs. Davis said. "Ifi Bonneville County this year, to a charge of lewd cohablta- person Is able to afford the ser- Mrs. Davis said. tlon. He was fined $25 plus $5 vices of a psychiatrist In Boise, The services would depend on court costs and sentenced to 10 fine. But most of us can't afford the staff that is obtained, she ex- days in jail, this, and as a resultmanypeople plained. Included would be In- to be In camp before June 30. 3 p.m. Ihe parking lot. Tribunal Okays Damage Decision who need help can't obtain it. dividual treatment, counseling The costs and services would of parents and children through be divided on a population basis, the school systems, and even- with Canyon County paying 71 tually marriage counseling and per cent of Ihe counties' share, group therapy. The proposed capital outlay for "n would be a true community the balance of 1967, beginning center," she said. 189 Junior Pokes Enter Little Britches Rodeo BOISE (UPI) - Idaho's Supreme Court has affirmed an Ada County District Court award of $25,000 damages to BOISE -- A voluntary petition James W. Elaine, Owyhee County ". prosecutor, In an auto accident Court Friday by Cecil case. Sporting Elaine had sued John W.Byers, Boise Cascade Corporation and . Kent listed as- Boise National Leasing, me,, as at $42,854 and liabilities at the result of Injuries sustained !- in a car-truck collision Dec. 1, 1964, in Boise. Idaho Legislative Log (Continued from page 1) space, flag race; Junior Girls; barrels, Slone. poles, goat tail tying and princess contest. All-around winners, those receiving the most points per each division, will receive $200 hand tooled saddles. These are under It has lo be," reports "We have some 175 individual performances to man each of the three nights." A junior parade isontapprlor for Ihe final performance, Wednesday, and participation is limited lo youth who are either By United Press International Passed by Senate SB12 (State Affairs)-Changes effective date for new Commission for the Blind to Oct. 1 from July 1. 57-1. SB13 (Finance) -- Appropriates of $75,000 from coopera. schedule incorporated in gas lax ing congressional approval of bm - 33 -°- Trail Creek watershedimprove^ HB16 (Appropriations) -- Ap- ment project. Voice, propriating $50,000 from the general fund for legislative salaries and expenses during the extraordinary session. 33-0. HB17 (Appropriations) -- Appropriating $14,900 from gener- tive welfare fund to Commission al fund to State Library Board of for Blind Oct. 1.57-0. participation in talking books HB15 (Transportation 4 De- program. 33-fl. fense)--Revises diesel fuel 1 tax HJMZ (Sessions et al) -- Urg- sponsorship of Rube Yost of Cat- mounted or In horse drawn con- tlemen's Livestock Auction, J.R. veyanees. The parade forms Simplot Company, Caldwell Ex- at 1:00 p.m., adjacent lo the change Club and CrooVham Com- Municipal Swimming pool. Some $40 In trophies will be shared among best boy, besl girl and best mounted pair. Parade Judges are Marie Brunnell of Melba, Mrs. Jack Baker of Nampa, and Mrs. Max Becker of Caldwell. The parade will also include pany. Four memorial and special buckles are also in store for the all-around champs -- Jim Love Memorial, sponsored by Walt and Barbara Love; Amos J. Miller Memorial, sponsored by Fred Miller; J. C. "Doc" Sorenson Award, sponsored by the youth summer marching Mr. and Mrs. William Ekberg; band, under Ihe direction of Bill and the John Smeed Memorial, Schink, and the Caldwell Ruf- sponsored by Ralph Smeed. flels Riding Club, under the dl- Returnlng (or his third straight rectlon of Mrs. John Dunn. The stsnd at announcing the Caldwell Canyon County Sheriff's Posse show Is Ken Hansen of New Ply- will also assist in parade or- mouth. Ralph Stephens of Mid- ganizatlon. vale Is In his second year as the Stone also announces that the arena Introduction of officials will be dispensed with this year and Introduction wilt be limited to youth only; giving credit lo last year's champions and princess winners. Because of Ihe lack of crowd familiarity by the mounts of show's slock producer. According lo Rodeo President, Ward Stone, the show prn- mlses to be fast with little dead ducted at Kohlerlawn Cemetery at 3:30 p.m. Monday In Nampa wlih Ihe Rev. Harold Hochslet- ler officiating. Arrangements arc under direction of Twin Falls Mortuary, Twin Falls. some of Ihe younger contestants, a horso show grand enlry will lake Ihe place of Ihe serpentine, Slone said. Passed by House SB12(StateAffairs)-Changes effective date for new Commission for the Blind to Oct i from July 1.57-1, SB13 (Finance) -- Appropriates $75,000 from cooperative welfare fund to Commission for Blind Oct. 1. 57-0. Control major alfalfa pests without killing ... use Chemagro's DYLOX SYSTOX META-SYSTOX-R Don't take chances on killing your vital bee colonies. Chemagro's selective insecticides control harmful insects like ygus, aphids and mites. 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