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Miho F M« Press 4 Caldwdl News-Tribune, Wednesday, June 28,1967 - 2 LITTLE BRITCHES THi NEWMMIUNE and IDAHO FIEC P«SS u i t ' a MI)I **·· so"*' N ""P°. Wotw «« I by Conyo. A,bliifiiie Co. E»ttf»d oi mom) c km mon.r at 1)» Poll Office al Nompo Idaho v l . 1879. P AH nofeti rtq^rtd by low or Older O l cou.l of umpcteitl juriidit- hon to b. puUh«d wMtly will be pubhhed In Ihe Salurdoy mue of iMipaptipwKant lo Settlor. 60-108 1C I9« 01 added h.relo bxChopter 164 1933 Seiuon laws of Idolio. SUtSCIIPTION KATE Co,rw, p*, mo«rt, $1.85 C a-,ier, p., ,,,, ,,, 2() Moil (in advance) m Canyon, Ada. 0*yhee, Gem. Elmore Washing. ton, loiw. relte. Idaho. Adomi. Volley and Molheur Counliti. I Montn $ I 50 3 Monttii $ 4 ?5 oMonttii ] J j'rjo IV '" $13.00 OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES I Month . 3 Months. oMonlhi. t Yeaf . . S 1.75 $ 475 S 9.00 $17.00 OBITUARIES Rodeo Spotlight Glares On Oregon, Nampa Kids . Vitdl Statistics STATfBRifFS Alice M. Walker HOME DALE- Services for Mrs. Alice May Nolii Walker, 84, Homedale, who died Tuesday at a CaldweU hospital, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday, in the Homedale Flahiff Chapel by Elder Noel Harvey of Antioch Baptist Church In Caldwell. Interment will follow at the Wilder Cemetery. She was born Oct. 23,1882, at Lost Creek, Tenn. aitd was raised in Tennessee. She married Ihe Rev. Floyd J. Walker at Lost Creek on OK. 30,1900. The family lived in Texas and Colorado before moving to Meridian in 1934. They moved to Homedale in 1940 and she had resided in Homedale since. She was a member of the Homedale Baptist Church. Surviving are five SODS, William J. oi Ogden, Ben I. of New Plymouth, John G. of Moses Lake, Wash., and C. Lewis and Oliver J. Walker, both of Homedale; a daughter, Mrs. Edwin Classen of Star; four brothers, Isaac and Nelson Wilson, both of Greenback, Tenn., Charlie Wilson of Holiday, Texas, and Jasper Wilson of Harrington, Wash.; a sister, Amanda Weaver of LaFollette, Tenn.; 15 grandchildren and 30 great- grandchildren. Her husband preceded her in death in 1951 She was also preceded in death by three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Moisture Aids Crops BOISE (UPI) - Wet weather during the past week generally boosted crop growth and development but Ugh winds, heavy rains and hail caused some damage in several counties. Counties affected were Idaho, Canyon, Ada, Camas, Grading, Power and Teton, First cuttings of alfalfa hay ranged from not yet started in many areas because of wet weather to near completion in Nei Perce and Canyon counties. Farm activities during the week were restricted but included Irrigating, controlling w e e d s , haying, cultivating, summer fallowing, beet thinning, harvesting green peas and late planting of potatoes and beans. Interviews Slated NAMPA -- Mrs. Bea Farmer of Boise, area representative for Welcome Wagon, will Interview candidates for Nampa Welcome Wagon i-apresentatlve Thursday at the Nampa Chief Motel High and Low ············· NATIONAL Max, Kfin, Atlanta 76 65 Bismarck 85 61 Boise 74 51 Boston 78 59 CaldweU 78 59 Calgary 75 46 Chicago 71 61 Cleveland 78 63 Denver 85 51 Des Moines 79 58 Detroit 79 58 Fairbanks 70 52 Fort Worth 91 75 Indianapolis 83 67 Honolulu 88 74 Jacksonville 89 73 Juneau 54 47 Kansas City 88 67 Las Vegas 103 74 Los Angeles 85 59 Memphis 87 74 Miami 86 80 Mpls.-SL Paul 78 57 Nampa 79 51 New Orleans 98 75 New York 83 64 Omaha 81 60 Philadelphia 83 59 Portland, Ore. 77 57 St. Louis 79 65 Salt Lake City 93 64 San Francisco 61 52 Seattle 69 55 Stoku* · 80 52 WasJUatfoc 83 61 Winnipeg 79 57 Tuwday's high was 111 at BlrOM, Calif. Teles faro Garcia CALDWELL-- Requiem mass for Telesfaro Garcia Jr., 20, of the CaldweU Labor Camp, who was killed Sunday night In Mountain Home, will be celebrated at St. Mary's Catholic Church atlO a.m. Thursday by the Rev. Fr. John J. Qulnn. Interment will be at Canyon Hill, The Rosary will be recited al the Flahiff Chapel at 8 p.m. today. Garcia was born Nov. 23, 1946 in Ballermoso Tamaulitas, Mexico. He came to Caldwell In 1953 with his parents and has since resided there. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Telesfaro Garcia of the Caldwell Labor Camp; five brothers, Humberlo, RIcardo, Rafuzio, Carlos and Jesus Garcia, all of Caldwell, and two sisters, Dolores and Carmela Garcia, both of.Caldwell. ^Watchdog' Role Backed WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Len Jordan, R-Idaho, said today he- has joined with Republicans Charles Percy and Edward Brooke In offering an amendment he c l a i m s will "strengthen the watchdog role of Congress" over the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The measure makes explicit the requirement on NASA to keep congressional committees "fully and currently informed" with respect to the agency's activities. Dynamite Bomb Shaffers Home (Continued from page 1} probably saved the lives of the couple. Leflore, a retired postal employe and 25-year veteran of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), suffered a small cut above his left eye. His wife was not hurt. Foster said the bomb probably was thrown from a passing car at around 1:15 a.m. CDT. "People In this neighborhood would have noticed him on foot and It's not likely that he was walking," Fostersald, referring to the bomber. Israeli Annex Old Jerusalem (Continued from page 1) Justice Minister Yacov Shapiro said. The Knesset acted despite international pressure, including some from the United States and Britain, to avoid annexing Arab territory. TheArabstates, backed by the Soviet L'nion, have demanded a complete withdrawal of Israeli troops, Three bills passed by the Knesset allow Ihe government to extend Israeli laws, jurisdiction and public administration over the entire area held under the British mandate In Palestine. Jordanian territory west of the Jordan River and the Gaza Strip, formerly under Egyptian administration, were part of Palestine. Both areas are now occupied by Israeli troops. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your ebisslftad ad. If a ittt, easy li economical. (Continued from page 1) Both of the latter competed Monday. Cildwell's Cecil Vassar won Tuesday's junior boys flag race in :13.2, just off Ihe :13 pace set by John Love of CaldweU on Monday. In girls' competition, Barbara Davis of Payette and Jane Maggard of CaldweU retained their top spots set Mondaylnthe senior queen and Junior princess derbys. Nickl Newell of Montour topped the queen candidates of Tuesday in :54.1, far behind Miss Davis' :41.5 for the varied routine. Sharon Lungren of Boise was Tuesday's princess leader In 1:01.5, trailing MissMaggard's :55.5sel on Monday. Miss Newell completed (he senior girls cloverleaf barrel race In :2U Tuesday to replace Erlka Schuster of Caldwell as that category leader. Miss Schuster also is second In the goat tying race overall after leading Tuesday's coo- tenders In ;19.2. Caldwell's Cindy Vassar did :17.6 on M«n- day. Sue Bacus of Council won Tuesday's senior girls pole bending battle but she ranks only seventh overall due to great efforts by others on Monday. Defending Caldwell senior girls champ Jody Prescott of Boise remains this leader in :19. In junior girls competition, Laura Green of Meridian took over the goat tail tie leadership in ;20.2, ahead of Homedale's Donna Basey and Laura's sister, Linda. Besides Fuller in junior boys and Miss Prescott In senior girls, the other twoCald- well rodeo defending champions are Wayne Thawley, Cald- weU, senior boys; and Joan Baker, Nampa, junior girls. A total of 189 entries are due to show their skills and wares by the completion of tonight's show. A crowd of 1,350 attended Tuesday's session, bringing the total for two nights to 2,500. Two-day combined leaders: SENIOR BOYS Bareback] -il^Rand'CoUlns, Jordan Valley, Ore.; 45 points; 2 - Steve Michaelis.'Nampa, 44; 3 - Bill Knox, Caldwell, 40; 4 Don Bishop, Wilder, 37; 5 Rosier Welsh, Boise, 34; olher 9 entries disqualified. Calf roping: 1 - Larry Smith, Rlgglns, 19 seconds; 2 - Wayne Ttiawley, Caldwell, :26; 3 - Darrell Sewell, Lucille, 142.4; 4 Travis Gusto, Nampa, :43; 5 Rod Endicoll, Middleton, 1:11; other 4 entries disqualified. Bull dogging: 1 - Endicoll, :08.7; 2 - Tim Fuller, CUrks- ton, Wash., :24.5; olher 3 entries disqualified. Brahma bull riding: 1 -Michaelis, 49 points; 2 - Bill Knox, Caldwell, 47j 3 - Gary Penny, Narapa, 40; 4 - Eugene Volz, Nampa, 39; other llentriesdlb- quallfied. SENIOR GIRLS Queen: 1 - Barbara Davis, Payette, 41.5 seconds; 2 - Penny Stephens, Middleton, :51.6; 3 - Nlckl Newell, Montour, :54.1; 4 - Janis Wroten, Boise, :58.5; 5 - BllUe Schell, Halfway, Ore, 5:06.2; 6 - Mary Hegstrom, Boise, 1:09.2; 1 - V i c k i Richardson, Boise, 1:10.3; 8 - Janice Cone, Parma, 1:24.4; 9 - Judy Walker, Welser, 1:41.1; 10 Barbara Townley, Vale, 1:58.9. Cloverleaf barrel race: 1 Newell, :21.1; 2 - Erlka Schuster, Caldwell, :21.9; 3 - Tie between Peggy Doner, Nampa, and Wroten, :22; 5 - Hegstrom, :22.1; 6 - Tie between Barbara Davis, Payette, and Cindy Vassar, CaldweU, :22.i!; 8 - Tie between Stephens and Schell, :22,6; 10 - Richardson, :23. Goat-tying: 1 - Vassar, :17.6; 2 - Schuster, :19.2; 3 - Kilty Hulf, Nampa, :19.9; 4 - Davis, :21; 5 - Karen Crowder, Boise, :21.5; 6 - Carla Metzker, Nara- pa, :23.3; 7 - Linda Basey, Homedale, :23.5;8-CathyChad- wick, Caldwell, :23.6; 9 - Tie between Nancy Ellis, Nampa, and Wrolen, ;25.3. Pole bending: 1 - Jody Prescott, Boise, :19; 2 - Tie between Hegstrom and Ellis, :19.2; 4 Konnie Knox, Caldwell, :19.7; 5 - Davis, :20.I; 6 - Chadwlck, :20.2; 7 - Sue Bacus, Council, :2f,8; 8 - Tonl Turnbull, Garden Valley, :20.9; 9 - Vicki Turner, Vale, :21; 10 - Townley, :21.1. JUNIOR BOYS Bareback: 1 - Cody Scarbrough, Boise, 50 points; 2 - Pat Hall, Caldwell, 33; 3 - Doug Cook, Wilder, 27; other IS nn- lries disqualified. Steer riding: First section 1 - Monte Kiusell, Kampa, 48 points; 2 - Dee Plckett, Nampa, 45; 3 - Johnny Hammond, Vale, 40; other I I entries disqualified. Second section - 1 - Joe Robinson, Homedale, 44; 2 Scarbrough, 43; 3 - Tie between Roger Stringer, Nampa, and Steve Overman, Caldwell, 40; other 10 entries disqualified. Breakaway calf roping: 1 Wayne Hamlin, Sparks, Nev., 6.5 seconds; 2 - Pat Kuller, Clarkslon, Wash., :27.9; olher 6 entrlts disqualified. Flag race: 1 - John Love, Caldwell, :13; 2 - Cecil Vassar, Cildwell, :13.2; 3 - Roger Buhler, CaldweU, :I3.5; 4 Casey Beaueath.Caldwell. :14.5: 5 - Ron Scott, Namja,':14.7j 6 - Monte Hall, Nampa, :16.2; 7 - Overman, :16.4; 8 - Dan Roeser,CaldweU, :17.2; 9-Tim Roeser, Caldirell, :17,3; 10 Craig Blood, CaldwtU, :17.9. · JUNIOR GIRLS Princess: 1 - Jane Miggard, CaldweU, 55.5 seconds; 2 -Sharon Lungren, Bois«, !:01.5; 3 Joyce Fuller, Clarkslon, Wash., 1:03.5; 4 - Linda Green, Meridian, 1:08.1; 5 . Donna Basy, Homedale, 1:13.3; 6 - Muffle BltkWy, Caldwell, 1:15; 7 - Tie between Roxann Buhler, Caldwell, and Julie Overman, Caldwell, 1:18; 9 - Cindy Murray, Nampa, 1:20.2; 10 - Sherri Padgett, Boise, 1:35.9. Cloverleaf barrel race: 1 Shorty Himlin, Sparks, Nev., :21.9; 2 - Tie between Linda Johnson, Boise, and Marehell Davis, Star, :22.4; 4 - Laura Green, Meridian, :22.5; 5 - Lori Love, Caldwell, :22.6; 6 - Tl» among Terri Cjrter, Caldwell; Jerry Whiteley, Halfway, Or*., and Padgett, .-23; 9 - ShJrltyj* Henderson, Caldwell, :23.4; 10- Giana Plckett, Nampa, :24.1. Coat tail tie: 1 - Laura Green, :20.2; 2 - Basey, :21.4; 3 - Linda Green, :24.1; 4 - Love,:24.3; 5 - Hamlin, :24.5; 6 - Buhler, :27. 1; 7 - Helen Dougal, Jordan Valley, Ore., :27.4; 8 Linda Turner, Vale, :27.8; 9 Carter, :27.9; 10 - Jail Guthrie, Payette, :28.1. Pole bending: 1 - Love, :!9; 2 - Tie between Buhler and Turner, :19.S; 4 - Deborah Dorr is, Meridian, :20; 5 - Maggard, :20.3; 6 - Lungren, :20.4; 7 Davis, :21; 8 - Terry Yunker, Caldwell, :21.5; 9 - Rosemary Walker, Frultland, :22; 10 Henderson, :22.3. ENDORSEMENT? GOP Governors Willing to Wait BIRTHS ALVARO - To Mr. and Mrs. Chyles Alvaro, 1405 Cedar, CiWwell, a boy born June 26, 1967, at CaWwell Memorial Hospital POOLE-ToMr.iDdMrs.Ed. via G. Poole, Kuna Route 2, a girl born June 26, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital WHJUNS - To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willdns,'^1 Eighth Ave. S., Nampa, a girl born June 27 at Mercy Hospital. MARTINEZ - To Mr. and Mrs. Jose Martinez, Box 422, McAllen, Texas, a girt born June 27 at Mercy Hospital. DIVORCED FILED" Vernlta D.'WBtmorevs.'Jim- mle D. WUttnore, charging extreme cruelty. Married In Fruitland, June 20, 1948. Plaintiff asks custody of three minor children, community property, $75 a month alimony, $75 a month child support per child and payment at attorney fees and court costs. Lew's/on Porf Probe Pushed W E S T YELLOWSTONE, Mont. (l'Pl)-Western Republican governors displayed eagerness today to keep themselves free of pledges to any prospective 1968 presidential candidate. They want a winner, but they want more evidence than is now available to indicate who has the best chance of dislodging President Johnson from the White House. Some are willing to wait for months and some think their states may be Three-Cor Collision Injures 8 PARMA - A three-car col- Ilslon Tuesday night on U. S. Highway 20-26 and State Highway 95 Injured eight persons, none critically, accordingto Canyon County Deputy Sheriff Everett Ballou. Officers gave this account of the accident: Mrs. Lila May Royce, 31, Parma Route 1, was eastbound on Highway 20-26 and attempt- Ing to make a left-band turn at the Parma market road Intersection. She had brakedhercarto make Die turn when a pickup driven by Wayne A. Williams, 19, Caldwell Route 4, crashed Into the back of Mrs. Royce's car. The impact sent Mrs. Royce's auto across the road into an oncoming car driven by Harold R. Morris, 43, Parma Route 3. Admitted to Caldwell Memorial Hospital were Mrs. Royce, Williams, Morris, and Morris' wife, Mary Lou, 40. Mrs. Royce's throe children who were riding In the car with her were treated at the hospital for minor bruises and released. They are Patty, 8, Brad, 10, and Steve, 3. Byron Wllkerson, 18, Parma, a rider in Williams' car, suffered a cut elbow and assortedbruises and was treated and released. Williams was charged with following too closely. uncommitted until the GOP National Convention more than a year away. The annual Western Governors Conference, with 11 Republican governors in the 13 states it represents, adjourns today, but most of its Republican members move to the nearby Jackson Hole country in Wyoming for a meeting of the GOP Governors Association. There has been more lobby talk here about Govs. Ronald Reagan of California and Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York than of former Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Gov. George Komney of Michigan, current pace-setters in the public opinion polls. Rockefeller has insisted he Is not available; Reagan has merely insisted he is not a candidate while keeping a door ajar. During a radio panel snow Tuesday, a questioner asked if no one wanted to speak up for Nixon. After a pause that began to look like embarrassment, Gov. Daniel J. Evans of .^Washington said there was a natural western Interest in Reagan and that Nixon was spending much of this year in foreign travel. Gov. Tom McCall of Oregon, who had called Reagan a hot political property, explained he was not endorsing the Californian but saw him rising faster than any other Republican to become a national figure In politics. Oregon Driver Fined, Jailed CALDWELL- Roy A.Spr!et of Baker, Ore., has been jailed in lieu of paying $60 In fines imposed by Justice Courtfordriv- ing with a suspended driver's license and for violating the basic driving rule. Santos Garcia of Wilder forfeited $15 01 a charge of speeding. Grace E. Levy, Route 6, Caldwell, forfeited $10 for driving with an expired license. LEW1STON (UPI) - The Nez Perce County Republican Central Committee Tuesday night asked county prosecutor Roy Mosman to take immediate action to Investigate the port of Lewiston. The committee said the port had violated three state laws. The GOP group stated that the port was not permitting the county treasurer to serve as port district treasurer as required by law, that it failed to file the quarterly reports required by law and that it purchased property for $24,800 outside the district in violation of the law. Protests Increase IDAHO FALLS (UPI) - The Bonneville County Democratic Committee has adopted a resolution to protest Intermountain Gas Company's application for a rate increase. The committee alleges the gas company has induced the public to install so-called money saving devices In furnaces, thereby gaining a captive market. MARRIAGE LICENSES Kenneth Lloyd Morrow and JoAnn Churruca, both of Naffipa; Jerry W. Gillette, Caldwell, and Rate Boost Okayed Sarah LaFaune Davis, Pocatello; Domld Oree Me, Caldwell, and Paula Jean Flock, Nampa. PROBATE COURT Petition for probate of will filed in the estates of Chester E. Lebermann, Ruby C. Smith and Mae R, Peterson. Petition for letters of administration filed in the estates of Em melt Peter Schnell and Cyrus 0. Mendenhall and Christina H. Mendenhall. Petition for issuance of letters of administration with the will annexed filed in the estate of Wilbur S. Marshall. Petition for decree establishing title to community property filed In the estates of Ressie F. Good and Alicia L. Robinson, Letters of administration and oath entered in the estate of Oaks H. Hoover. Letters of administration and oath entered in the estates of Daniel Sylvester Hastrlter also known as Dan Hastrlter and Bessie Hastriter, and Merle W. Moore. Decree of distribution entered in the estates of Albert Edwrd Burman, Orval H. Evans "and Estella G. Tolman Peart. BOISE (UPI) -- The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has granted the National Bus Traffic Association a Spercentlncrease in fares in Idaho, effective by July 6. The association represents Winnemucca Stages, Clearwater Stage Lines, Greyhound, fiitermountain Transportation Co., Pacific Trailways and Wells Nevada Stage Lines. Packaging Topic SUN VALLEY (UPI) - The Idaho Potato and Onion Commission told Idaho growers and shippers Tuesday they should "move ahead" in modern packaging to cut costs to the consumers. The commission, in a report at the meeting of the Idaho Growers and Shippers' Association, said one-third of the cost of potatoes and onions in retail markets was from packaging, transportation and distribution. Planners Hired BOBE (UP!)-The Idaho Parks Department has hired two professional park plannerstodesigh new campgrounds, picnic areas and other recreational facilities In state parks. They are Merle Negroes Fire on Police During Riot in Buffalo G. Derdall, graduate of land, scape architecture from the Uni. versify of South Dakota, and Ronald C. Gater, landscape arch- Itect from Iowa State University, Crash Claims Life... POCATELLO (UPI) - Christine Swim, 16, Pocatello, died Tuesday night from injuries suf. fered in a two-car crash Monday. Homed to Board BOISE (UPI) - Ralph Paris of Payette has been appointed to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Don Samuelson, Paris will replace A. A, Sheldon, who has retired from the commission. Ca/ffornicms Buy F5 Ranch Near Murphy NAMPA - The F5 Ranch, located south of the Snake River near Murphy, has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kent of Orange County, Calif. The ranch, formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lanus Givens of Melba, consists of about 440 acres at headquarters and 2500 deeded acres of summer range on Boulder Creek in the Owy- nee Mountains, p'us BLM rights for 450 head. The Kents' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Newt Wright of San Luis Oblspo, Calif. have moved to the ranch to operate it. Sale of the F5 Ranch was handled by Bake Young Realty" of Kampa. Firm Files Suit Against Mines BOISE- The Caldwell accounting firm of Jackson, Messuri and Html has filed suit for a portion of the assets of the King Solomon Mines, an Idaho corporation. The suit, filed Tuesday in Third District Court, asks $929.08 for payment oc an alleged debt. The accounting firm alleged that John McKnlght, no address listed, president, of, the mines, failed to pay for accounting services done between Dec. 1, 1965, and Oct. 30,1966. (Continued from page 1) struck by rocks, and other missiles hurled at them. The trouble broke out about 6 p,m. Tuesday, hit Its peak with a wave of arson and vandalism about 9:30 p.m. and continued with waves of hit and run fire- setting and window-breaking well into the pre-dawn hours of today. At one point, Assistant Chief of Detectives, Floyd Edwards jumped from his patrol car and personally seized the leader of a. group of youths who, he said, had broken a tavern window. There was a scuffle and the youth escaped. Police said they were uncertain how the melee began. The Rev. S. Frank Emannuel, president of Build, a civil rights organization, said frustrated hopes, caused by broken promises from local officials, was directly responsible for the outbreaks of. violence. The Rev. Mr. Emmaneul said the city failed to provide jobs for east side youths, and failed to honor promises that education and recreation facilities would be improved. "We don't want violence," he said. "But this is the way our youngsters react to frustration." Stock Ma rket Youth Programs Receive Sponsor (Continued from page 1) Wayne Fuller, Caldwell attorney, explained that the association had two reasons for Its request. They were: (1) "There is a problem of having enough attorneys active In the program outside Canyon County to provide the non-federal share. (2) "The Bar Association has always been organized on a district basis. It feels operation on a district basis would receive more support from lawyers In getting (he thing done." A third lawyer to plead his case was Leon Weeks of Nampa, president of the Canyon County Lawyers Club, who pointed out that Ihe club met Monday night and voted unanimously against a fI ve-county program. "This is very important to us," Weeks said. "They would rather you turn down WICAP's request (nan go with five counties. "At least one-half of the attorneys in the judicial district are In this county. If a program Is going to be established, they want to be a part of it." BUI Barvlck, 'OEO attorney, ins on hand lo explain that a seven-county program for legal services could not be funded for this fiscal year. "It is a physical impossibility," Barvlck said. "The fiscal year ends Friday and I won't get back to Kansas City until Friday. "Before I left I drew up papers for the five-county program. If this is approved, all I have to do is call the office tomorrow morning and lellthem to go ahead and submit the application." Barvick explained that Canyon and Owyhee counties could join the legal services program at a later dale. He urged the WICAP approval immediately, explaining "Ihe danger Is thai there might aot be any money next year lo fund new programs. Canyon and Owyhee counties could apply for an extension of an already existing five- county program if they wished lodoso." Fuller expressed a personal opinion that theWICAPshouldbe allowed to go ahead and apply for legal services funds. Weeks said he thought the Canyon County Lawyers Club alsowould agree to this. At the conclusion of this meet- Ing, WICAP officials conferred briefly with Barvlck and OEO field director Foster Wendt and decided to seek approval of a five-county program. The regular Canyon County committee meeting was devoted primarily to discussion of legal services and Neighborhood Youth Corps. Several committee members expressed skepticism about the need for free legal services for the poor. Among them were Ira Craven andLaweranceGray. "As a member of the county commissioners, we fear that this might be merely a move by lawyers to subsidize some attorney who wasn't in a very good practice now. I hope I'm wrong." Gray asked: "How much good are the poor people going to get out of it? Who's going to get the good? The lawyer or the poor people?" Johnson said no determination of Ihe need has been made. "I don't think we can decide tonight," Johnson staled. "We have an obligation lo know both sides of the fence." Leon Swenson was named head of a committee to meet with the Bar Association and report the findings at the July meeting. Other committee members named were Nampa Mayor Ernest Starr and Mike Archuleta. In discussing the Neighborhood Youth Corps, Johnson pointed out that he knew of six groups that had asked (or such programs next year. Wilder school district headed the list with a request for 25 NYC grants; the Clly of Nampa las asked for 5 lo 7; Valllvue school district sought 10; Nimpa school district was asking for 10 and both the Nanipa and Caldwell Soil Conservation Districts were asking for 2. Johnson said both Wilder and Vallivue had asked the commit. tee to lake over operation of the NYC programs. He pointed out that 78 NYC grants had been allocated for Ihe six counties served by the Canyon County and the WICAP groups. Anywhere from 30 to 40 would go to Canyon County. "Wilder Is going to be losing some of theirs, this time anyway, if we start this program. Too many people are asking for It." Johnson pointed out that, If the committee didn't take over the HYC programs, all those agencies seeking grants would be funded without any control by the county group, He explained it would be more economical to centralize operations and to cut 6om on Bauer- work. "It will save some money for Ihe government and do something for low income people at the same time." Given Probation NAMPA - Thomas Lee Anderson, 18, Parma, pleaded guilty In Municipal Court today to a battery charge and was placed on a year's probation by Judge 0. B. Cox who suspended a 20-day jail sentence. IEU KMJRS70M . fon. Dial X66-7891 459.^44 loronwl-wrltirnow. 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