Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 7, 1975 · Page 9
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On the record The Idaho FreePress, Friday, February '· MAGISTRATE (X)fRT, S« . George Edward Thomas Jr · ·*. Rl. 4 Caldwell. tf«r an \ n '. oigency hearing, was denied a court appointee attorney 'and granted time to consult one on i fe ony charge of driving while intoxicated; at liberty on WOO bond-, complaint, signed by Nampa police, alleges the offense Dec. 6 with the defendant ' previously convicted of DWl in ·Ada County, May 4. 1973. , John S. Burtchetl Jr., 30,1316 Albany, Caldwell, found guilty after a court trial Jan, 20 of driving while intoxicated, and after a pre-sentence Investigation, was fined 1250 plus $7.50 court costs, placed on .probation for six months, and · advised to counsel with the State Department of Realth and Welfare; cited Dec. 15 by i . deputy sheriff. Thomas Robert Mclnlyre, 25, ' Rt. 4 Caldwell, pleaded guilty to contempt of court for failure to appear on a traffic citation; fined $32.50 on the bench warrant for failure to appear, g;and »58.50 on the citation for |Cifafion ^warrants tissued VNimpj MiiUtMl.'i Co.rt |«r ihi Klolrtwino, ptriMS on the cftirfi H laltart £»ffl oboy 0 eitllfon: JJ Nancy Rooor), 1111 CUnUM, ClMwoll, ife***; JoioTorrH, Nimoa Koulo \ i Mkfcaoi ;aickion, Woitorn Vlllaoo AmrtmonUi «fiul KtyMinlo, Union Pacific Htllrwd. £3wo; H«y Warrtn, K«Mi Ojvi« mm, V-HimM KMIM «; Jinn Ckacortowl, C^IUi LttIK CliriM, 11K TNr II. N., yfm: Jou LucaM, MMMiln HHtt; sO*ictor Hornanfei, HomooolOi Eiifm Svlrown, Moridlail; LIlMa ClMto, 1 «J TOrt £··11. N.; Jen Potoi, nil CkyoliMV CaM jS"Otl; MUM! Blot, Marti*. Rotor strallor, uls.PMMrmoiEnlyii »m«. 7« 1*1* Avt. s.i Trim CimiMI, 1] EloM* Avo. 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MtDowiW, WIMori Jota Trotore, [»«a; »o«o ~ -- ' " i^Mwoll; YVOMO WoH, KIMI ' o»io, Namva «"rt» It KaiiaU Dytr, I f. dovoloxo 1 , OMwoN, tw»i Joooo* ^101, Htntoni 0*w Ouabon. nj M MI*, s.i Aluro Coma**, wwoor/ nick iPToborH. loVi FOOT** M. K.I ·kkoro' ^Bodwlo MolbAi DortH Lawlt, KVMI Jamoi 'strlkoi, NaMfo Hoott li AIM Onin), Nampo *o* li lobarl Joy**, M ·-B IMIana, CaMhml i Donor Mooro, UfM 'oioMi Traitor Court. '- ny Brown, Hidpa »·»· li Dalo ..i, ion 171* AM. S.i Jnntta Hurt, 111 A». N.I Bary MorrHI, Kaooa; ... rt M«rp»y, IM Orti OM MrMl, 3 arM, Ora.i Pi moil taon, I a UK a in Larry Lox«, W nx AM. I.i 5 oron McDapJol, MHai M«MI Mm, .1 imp* «ort.l, Join tlMOMi, illIV, (or* II. N.I SaHy Ttentoo, tUVt Ml* JO. N.I Dalo Whtto, PJWI04 P.OO* 4| mm* WHH«, itit t. nib n.i »«« Mlat, Eatloi FrootlKo Moo^oia, ._ Antoi, »11 IM AM. I.I i, Tho DoHot, Ort.i Honry NotoV, (too* 11 Unt Morrte, olj CaUwoH Mart Mortomoo, CaMMbl HOMO J «0 Corbo(ol, Ontario, Ora.i MoH ll.y, Calawolli Jimot aVMorMf, inolll VlroXHa Varftt, I4M t. MMnl CampiiH, 111 totoM (poo 1 M.I Tkomo, )1« lvi W Cowar, ON port Carpoolor, 111 Ikkri CaMM» lootfl; lie immorMoo. nmo, l«»ao», aro.l Btjil fTiocaWif. ».i JOM 'noon, m tmw j.N.i COCK P.obj*,ll«lHa*«oo:«,] Alton ·nvpa Koo« li *Mbrf Vwt., . P.OXO li IkMrt 1MM, VM- MT, Won,, Jtaji Ho»r, · I. r*o,C»ortoo»ona,4HMI»AM.II.j mo Miniiiaoi, invt i* AM. N.I Mora, Jit M» »». »./ r--" ...,,ari», ill TtM AM. I.. Mm. JprMtH TroHort, Ml MM M. N. I W It* AM. N., Maaj IM TkM M. N speeding, iuued Nov. 24 by slate police. ,- AlU Rocenli Carl»«n, «, 2304 N.- JOth, Boitt, granted con- linuance at defense »ttoney'j requwl for more time, on a charge of petty larceny O f Dldrtx idiel pi(]s) from Super Thrift Drug Store, (00 S. Kimball, Caldwell; complaint signed by Jim Seals, store manager; at liberty on her own recognizance. Floyd R, Hansen, 3», 204 Anderson. Caldwell, In court on a bench warrant for failure to pay. warrant Quashed; ordered to pay $37.50 remaining on a petty larceny fine March 12. 1974, and $17.50 owing on an expired driver's license citation of April 4, 1973. James R. Muller, 25. 718 Sherman, Nampa, after the stale't motion to amend a driving while intoxicated citation to speeding, pleaded guilty to speeding; fined $17.50; cited Dec, 11 by state police. Warren W. Trunnell, Rt. 2 Wilder, changed his plea to guilty to speeding, fined $12.50. John G, Williams. 21, Rl. 2 Caldwell, pleaded guilty to reckless driving, amended on (he state's motion from the original citation of driving while intoxicated; granted withheld judgment and fined $150 plus $7.50 court costs. Louit 0. Balser, 51, Bob's Trl. Crt., Nampa, changed his plea to guilty to driving while intoxicated; granted withheld judgment, placed on six months probation, and fined $250 plus $7.50 court costs; cited Dec. 6by stale police. Delberl Crossley. 35, on a stipulation of prosecutor and defense attorney, agreed with the court to dismiss a charge of battery, complaint signed by Bonnie Crossley, Rt. 3 Nampa, last Oct. 5. Bernard "Bud" Pfieffer, 41, Rt. 6 Nampa, preliminary hearing set Feb. 14 concerning an insufficient funds check of $30 allegedly passed Dec. 24 at Trimble Oil Co., 1424 Second St. S., Nampa; Nampa police complaint; at liberty on his own recognizance. Leon Dale Belt, 47, Rt. 8 Box 1221, Caldwell, pleaded innocent to driving while intoxicated; pre-trial conference set March 5; at liberty on bond; cited Jan. » by. state police. Albert Tindora Monzella, 20, 229 Kimball, Middleton, who earlier pleaded guilty to driving Whitt^lntoiicjat.erl'^ha,' after "V,. pre-sehtence investigalion', was granted withheld judgment, placed on six months probation, ordered to attend Court Alcohol School, and fined $250 plus $7.50 court costs; cited Jan. 17 by state police. Michael Clinton Thomas, 19, 603 N. Hawthorne, Middleton, Middleton city attorney moved to dismiss DW! citation, granted; cited Dec. 8 by Middleton police. Inocenlo Joe Garcia, 26,1011 Second Ave. N., Nampa, DWI reduced to speeding on prosecutor's motion being granted; pleaded guilty to speeding; fined $22.50; cited by state police Dec. 8. Eagle councj'J studies budget EAGLE - At the Eagle City Council meeting held recently, discussion was on the audit, procedures, budgeting, and the city building. · The council decided to move the city hall into the city owned library building. The city budget was worked upon. The council had approved earlier designating First Street as a one-way street, north-bound between Highway 44 and Idaho Street. As yet no action has been taken on recommended lowering of the present miles per hour speed limit to 25 miles per hour in the city limits. Rural health meeting slated CALDWELL - The Idaho Rural Health Conference will be holding a small meeting of rural health consumers at the Kaley . Medical Tr»lnmg Center, Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m. A statewide conference on rural hesltli It to be held by the Mountain States Regional M«NeiI Program on April 8 and i at the Rodeway Inn, Boise. Names omitted NAMPA -- Two names were Inadvertently omitted from the Wett Junkir High School honor roU puUirted Tuetday. In tV ninth grade listing, Randy TUTey should have been included under the "High Henon" heading, ind Kevin Smaltey under the "Honon" r*»dtn|. kra Omar, iTe«in. i »··» im ^·^"w^ «...;; Simply by replacing «11 the ^'S.,»,n-M?2r: electric light bulb* in your », MMI MOO* ir» fc^^j W i th the next *m*ll«r tilt, you could MVC 10 to 25 per MM t? wtut it CflW to light yew turn*. Joooa* I llai ll.li, AFTER... WILSON BASKETBALL REG. 7.49 Nylon wound Invincible MEN'S SOCKS Asst. styles REG. 98 C VISINE EYE DROPS in plastic bottle II PRINTS Polyester Cotton 45" Wide, REG. 1.79 PRINCE MATCHABELLI TRYLON MOIST 'N CLEAN Facial washing cream 4-oz. REG. 98 f LIPTON GRAPE DRINK Makes 1 Qt. Contains fn f -- A A « sugar. 100% natural I 4/ | 0" flavor. REG. 2/29* \ Xv GIRLS' stays on his mind." '/s-Oz, REG. 7.53 ---« 8-TRACKTAPE CARRY CASE Holds 24 tapes 7.95 2-oz. COLOGNE SPRAY MIST Limited edition. BRITE-MEN'S WATCHBANDS Leather REG. i OFF! WE HAVE A UUKESEUCnONOF VALENTINE CANDIES By Russell Stover. 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