Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 12, 1975 · Page 2
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The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, Wednesday. Februa ,rvl2.l975-2 Off the wire Lattn«w*tummarm World Ctase-fire sttpt taken BELFAST (IJPI) _ isoih | ne lirilish government and the Irish Republican Array look steps loday to cement Ihe in- defmile cease-fire called after nearly six years of urban guerrilla warfare in Northern Ireland. No fighting was reported. Urael reaffirms stand JERUSALEM (UPli - Only hours after Secretary of Slate Henry A. Kissinger left for Egypt, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin today reaffirmed Israel's stand lhat it will not give up the Sinai mountain passes and oil fields unless Egypt signs a pledge of non-belligerency. Thatcher begins party job LONDON (UPI) - Margaret Thatcher look over her job as Conservative parly leader today and said she plans lo take her lime about naming a "shadow cabinet" lo represent the Tories in Parliament. Mrs. Thatcher, 49, won election Tuesday lo the parly leadership from which she toppled former Prime Minister Edward Heath a week earlier. War slows at Asmara ASMARA, Ethiopia (UPI) - Kebels Wuw up a slralegic highway bridge over the Tocor River six miles outside Asmara today, but the city ilscll began lo return !o normal after 13 days of civil war. National Snowstorm hits New York NEW YORK lUPt) - A snow storm hit Ihe New York metropolitan area today, snarling traffic on city slrcels and shutting down one of the area's three major airports. Slrcels and highways were blanketed with 2'j inches of snow by 11:30 a.m.. causing many motorists lo spin out of control from time lo lime, but problems for commuters were not as bad as they otherwise would have been because nf less than rush hour traffic on Lincoln's Birthday. 3M head to step down ST. PAUL, Minn. ( U P I l - Harry Hcltzer said today in a copyrighted article in the Minneapolis Tribune that he was stepping down as board chairman of Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. because of Watergate. lleltzer said his derision lo quit was his own and it was "99.99 per cent" based, on the scandal over illegal political contributions made by the company, llellzer and 3M pleaded guilty in October, 1973. to criminal misdemeanor charges coming from a $30,000 contribution to Kicharcl Nixon's campaign. llellzer was fined $500 anil the firm Slt.OOO. · -' Washington CAB withdraws rate plan WASHINGTON IUPH - The Civil Aeronautics Board has withdrawn its minimum rale schedule for transatlantic charter flights. The major policy turnabout will prevent European-bound Americans from paying higher prices charged by scheduled airlines. The original guidelines were intended lo protecl the scheduled carriers, such as Trans World Airlines and Pan American World A i r w a y s , from unregulated charier airlines that charged tcss for scats. Pentagon lists Arab pacts WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Pcnlagon has announced two more military contracts involving Americans training Arabs -- hut an Iranian general said today the Americans "are not mercenaries." (Ion. Manouchehr Khosrowdad. commander of aviation in Ihe Imperial Iranian Army, spoke out in Tehran following the Pentagon's announcement of two contracts totaling $1IM million with Dell Helicopter Co. of Bcdord, Tex. Kid we It's office aids Burley probe BUKLEY ( U P I ) - A l l y . Gen. Wayne L. Kidwell is looking inlo circumslances behind (he firing of Burley Police Chief Gary Booth, and citizens are circulating recall petitions against Ihose who fired him. Kidwell said at Hoisc lhat he has assigned investigator Larry Broadbcnt to work with Cassia Counly Prosecutor A l f r e d Barrus. He declined to say what the scope of Broadbenl's probe will be, olher lhan Iry lo find out why 19 policemen quil when the chief was fired Daryl Whitchead, a church leader, meanlime, announced a recall movement against the mayor and cily councilmen. By Tuesday nighl he and others had collected 200 signatures. Then they put the drive in abeyance until nexl week. Mayor Chuck Shadduck first asked Booth to resign and when Booth refused the cily council fired him. They accused Booth of granting unauthorized pay increases and buying equipment without first gelling bids. Booth denied the allegations. One group of cilizens wenl lo Barrus demanding the arrest of the mayor and cily council, alleging improprieties and misallocalion of funds. But when Barrus took Ihe complaint to Magistrate George Granala the judge refused lo sign it on grounds of insufficient evidence. Kidwell said his chief criminal deputy, former Cassia County Prosecutor Gordon Niclson. and nrnadbent were in Hurley nn another mailer lasl week when the problem over ihe firing arose. Kidwell: Board can't bargain BOISE (UPII - Attorney General Wayne Kidwell says Ihe Slate Board of Corrections does no! have authority lo bargain collectively with prison em- ployes. Kidwell issued the opinion Tuesday at the request of the Board of Correclions. He said the board does not have authority to allow an election lo be held at Ihe prison nor to enter into a collective bargaining agreement. The opinion concluded thai public employes in Idaho have no colleclive bargaining rights and there is no existing authorization for the slate, its departments, agencies, institutions or political subdivisions to enter into collective bargaining agreements or to further the purpoies of collective bargaining employes. Legislative action still stalled by pay hike issue Obituaries BOISE (UPI) - House lie- publicans rejected a Senate proposal for state employe pay hikes and sent their leadership back into a huddle today wilh Senale GOP leaders on the in creasingly critical issue. Speaker Allan F. Larson, II- Blackfool, said this legislative session rapidly is reaching the point where the issue must be resolved by the two Houses. "If this delays much longer it's 'going lo hurl," Larsen said, adding it could prolong Ihe length of (his legislative session. Senale Republicans, in an effort to mollify Ihe minority party, wants lo give employes a 3.5 per cent across Ihe board pay boost and reallocate their salaries. Valley weather HOISK - A Pacific weather front imbedded in a strong and ninisl soulhwcslerly flow aloft moved into Central Oregon and Washington this morning and overrunning moislurc ahead of Ihe front is bringing rain lo southern Idaho valleys and snow lo lite higher mountains. At midmorning, Hoisc had already recorded about .2 of an inch of rain. Sun Valley picked up three inches of new snow and McCall recorded six inches. Rain in Ihe southwestern valleys was expected to taper off to scattered rain showers in the afternoon, while widely scattered rain showers were expected lo occur in southeast valleys. Cloudy skies and scattered precipitation were also being observed over Northern Idaho today, Reported precipitation amounts so far have been light, however M u l l a n has been soaked wilh nearly an inch of waler in rain and snow in the past :tO hours. The southwesterly flow of air will keep unsettled weather over Idaho tonight and Thursday. The nexl surge of Pacific moisture was expected to reach Western Idaho lonighl, bringing occasional rain to the lower valleys jiml snow to the mountains. Scattered rain will continue over Western Idaho Thursday:.with a chance of prec.ipilalion spreading to Southeast Idaho. Windy conditions will prevail through Thursday. Even though (lie southwesterly flow is bringing clouds and prccipilalioi), it is also providing I d a h o w i t h mild temperatures. Highs today and Thursday will he mostly in the 40s over Southern Idaho and from the mid Ws lo mid 40s in Northern Idaho. Lows tonight will be mostly from (he upper 2(is lo around 40 degrees. The extended outlook for the weekend foresees more unsettled weather. Rain showers in the lower valleys and snow showers in the mountains are called for mainly Friday and on Sunday. Highs will to from :!i-45 and nighttime lows will be in the 2U.s lo low 30s. Earlier, ihey proposed -- and the House GOP bought a proposal -- to give them a 7.5 per cent hike in the lower pay scales and a 4 per cent boosl in Ihe higher levels. There were no realloculions, however. House Republicans still prefer Ihe earlier version, Majority Leader Walt Little, It-New Plymouth, said, but are willing lo look at other alternatives if Ihe senators have them. Until the issue is resolved Hie Joint Finance Appropriations Committee cannot begin selling the general fund budget -- key lo adjournment of any legislative session. Meanwhile, Lilllc reported Idaho may gel up to $20 million previously impounded Federal Ilighway User Trust Funds. He said if that is the case, and surplus genpral fund money is needed to match them, it might be well to use some of the surplus for thai purpose. While he announced Ihe possibility to the caucus, he said, the caucus did not discuss it Tuesday aflernoon. Elsewhere on the legislative scene: --The Senale Judiciary and Ktilcs Committee voted to print a resolution which would allow standing commillees to introduce hills up lo the 45lh day instead of Ihe 3(llh day, which was Tuesday. -A hill m a k i n g il automatically illegal to drive wilh a blood alcohol content of .08 per cent was approved for printing by the Senale Judiciary and Rules Committee. But Ihe committee also voted to change the figure lo .1 per cent after Ihe bill was introduced. -The Senale Judiciary and Rules Commit tec voted to prinl a bill repealing Ihe law dealing wilh rape, replacing it with a new chapter referring to the "crime of sexual assault." il also would define sexual con- tads as being among "persons." --The House Resources and Conservation Committee held v«,,n« Kaon Hovathida . r oung NAMPA - Funeral services CALDWELL - Services for for Mrs. Kame Hayashida, 93, of licdelia C. Young, 87, formerly icus Walnut, Caldwell, who died of Caldwell, who died Sunday in al a Calriwell nursing home Albany, Ore., will be conducled Tuesday, following a short al 10 a.m. Friday al the Flahiff illness, will be conducled al 10 Funeral Chapel, Caldweli, by a.m. Friday al Ihe Alsip Funeral Ihe Rev. James E. McMillan ol Chapel, wi'th Ihe Rev. Shinryo Ihe Deer Flal Free Methodist Sawada ol Ihe Idaho-Oregon Church. Buddhist Church of Ontario Interment will be at Indian officiating. Inurnment will Valley Cemelery. follow at Kohlcrlawn Cemelery Mrs. Young was born July 10, at a later date. 1887, in Cape Girardcau, Mo., Mrs. Hayashida was born on and as a small child moved wilh Aug. 28. 1881, al Kumamoto, her parents to Cripple Creek, Ken, Japan where she was Colo., where she was reared and reared. She was married lo educalcd. She married W.J. Kenla Hayashida in Japan. (Bill) Young in 1912 in Nampa They came lo the United Slates and Ihe couple made Ihcir home in 1917 and settled in Seattle, in the Nampa-Caldwcll area. Wash., where she lived until During the depression she 1942. Mr. Hayashida preceded managed the self-help kitchen her in death in 1940. In 1945 she for Canyon Counly in Caldwell came toC'aliiv.ell where she has and helped lo organize Ihe firsl since resided. ,,, , ., .. . . ., sc n«ol lunches. Mr. Young died She was a member of the for further study a returnable in 1943 and she moved lo Oregon Idaho-Oregon Buddhist Church in 1968. container bill closely resembling the law enacted in Oregon. --A minimum stream flow bill was voted for introduction by the House Resources and Conservation Committee. - Rep. Peggy Bunting, R- Boise, boycotted the GOP caucus because a resolution was laken Irom the printing commil- lee in her absence when she asked legislalive courtesy il be held. She is survived by one son, Joe Young, of Caldwell; three daughters, Mrs. Allen Woolery of Caldwell, Mrs. Pansy Acordagoilia, Carlin, Nev., and of Ontario. Ore. Mrs. Hayashida is survived by three sous, Satoru Hayashida, Nampa, Shigeyuki Hayashida, Tokyo, Japan, and Seichi llayashida, Nampa; two Blood alcohol bill sent for printing BOISE ( U P I ) - A bill one .08 per cent was approved for proponent said would c-liminale printing Tuesday, "literally hundreds" of court However, the Senate cases by making it Judiciary and Rules Committee automatically illegal to drive voled lo change the figure to .1 with a blood alcohol content of per cent after the bill was introduced. Gem State ready for road funds Airs. Elhel Schmidt of Albany, daughters, Mrs. Yosic (Alice) Ore.; eight grandchildren, 16 Ogawa. Caldwell, and Mrs. Roy greal-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in dealh by two sons, one daughter and two grandsons. Friends may call al Ihe Klahiff Chapel Thursday from 12 noon until it p.m. BOISE ( U P I I - Idaho may gel up lo$20 million in additional federal highway funds now that the President has freed S2 billion in impounded funds, according to Slale Transportation Director Darrell Manning. Manning said he has not received word of restrictions on spending the money. But he said projecls nn which il might be used include U.S. 95, U.S. 93, Yellowstone Highway, Fish Creek, Intcrslalc SON' and Interstate 90, ami urban projecls. "We may have lo go to public hearings on some projects," Manning said. "Rnl we have designs completed on more than enough to take care of the impounded funds." He estimated il will lake about Chairman Krlitti Miller Klein, H-Boise, said she felt raising Ihe figure .02 per cent higher would remove some of the objections that had been voiced against Ihe bill. Referring to it as an "alcohol per se law," Darrell Brock of the Health and Welfare Department said there would probably be fewer "not guilty" pleas and in case of trials (hey would be "much simpler and quicker." Bolb Brock and Frank Shields, also of Ihe Health and Welfare Department, agreed that driving ability is impaired al .OS per ccnl. Sen. Phil Ball, It-Wilder, objected to the bill. He said thai with the measure law enforcement officers could set up traffic lanes and anyone found wilh a blood reading of .08 would be guilty. Under the present law, he said, Ihcre has lo be olher evidence besides (he blood reading for conviction. George Lenlz. director of the stale Alcoholic Safety Program, Influenza spreading BOISE (UPI I - Influenza is spreading across Idaho and stale officials say 104 cases have been reported so far. Dr. Fritz Dixon, a health services officer, said 60 cases of flu were reported Monday morning by one Idaho Falls physician. As of Jan. 25, only nine cases had been reported. "We've sent out notices to physicians around the stale saying flu is around and heallh departments would like to have throat swabs from people who exhibit symplons of classical respiratory influenza," Dixon said.; "II appears the illness we havo. which has symptoms of classical respiratory flu. is fairly widespread . but t h i n l y distributed," he said. Girl hurt by pickup CALDWELL - An 8-year-old Caldwell girl is in fair condilion in Caldwell Memorial Hospital today after being injured in a « million 'iii snip nntrhinr. Malt ' rtlcm;ollc Mlel ' rrogram, Tuesday afternoon car- Si mi lion m state matching sail |eliminalinR the reference to pedestrian accident fiirtls !,. Be I , ie lateral money, drunken driving would do away Nancv Lyn Miller, daughter John Moll 01, executive wilh -.]j lcra |[ y m ,ndrcd s of court of . Mr. and Mrs " secretary ol the Idaho , rials ... , lc \ pecuUed defen . Associated General Con- dants would ^ longcr , * tractors, said the construction court lo fight Aman d i v j n g for or with Ihelr Noon Stock Quotations STOCK QUOTATIONS: FUiNISHED THROUGH: EDWAIll) D.JONES and COMPANY nf CALDWELL DOW JONES AVERAGES NOON Industrials 710.50*2.90 Transportation 159.-II+ 1.10 Utilities fiO.BH-.19 Cnmnositc 228.34 LISTED STOCKS Albcrlsons i:i\ American Telephone Sfl'j. Helhlehcin 2'J 7 , Hoeing 17 UuiscCascadc 14 1 1 Chrysler lo 7 Champion Hume Builders 3 : \ Exxon 72\ Floctwoort 12 General Electric 40 :1 i Genera I.Motors W--, Id a ho Power 27 ; 'i IBM 204''. Kcnnecoll 34 :l , 0:ciilenliil Petroleum !·)'» Philips Petroleum 41 RCA M Reynolds Tobacco 5G Sears 59'» SI OilofCalifnrnia 2 4 ' i Union Oil 36 ' i l.'nion Pacific 6(1'; Wi'slinghouse I I 7 * Winr.ebago 4'* LOCAI.OVER THE COUNTER QUOTES BID ASK First Security Hank :«'·.· 32'-j Idaho 1st Nat'lHank 32 35 InlormminlainGas 12 I2' ; MUTUAL FUNDS BID ASK Col. I no. Fund 8.18 8.9-1 Inv. Co. of America 10.40 11.37 Key. D-4l!onFd 7.22 7.91 Putnam Growth K. R.09 8.84 Putnam Investors I'. fi.2. n , fi.fll a v probaby will provide jobs for charges because the term would mos of he stales unemployed 1)e Wcgat drivj ,, g u ,, dcr |he construction workers. proposcBd bj ,, "It's a great step forward to make Ihe law illegal driving," Lenlz said. He also said hu could live "comfortably" with Ihe percentage at .1 per cent. 'Strep throat' cases reported CALDWELI, - Several cases of slreplocnccal infection, known as "strep throat," have been reported lo Ihe Southwest District Heallh Department, the department said today. Symptoms of strep Ihroal vary widely, but many include sore throat, fever, vomiting and headache. In some cases a rash limy develop. The infection may be spread on airborne sneeze or cough droplets or by direct contact with an infected person, according to Mrs. Irene Kanta, administrator of physical heallh for (he dislricl. She said anyone with a severe sore throat and t h e above symptoms should contact his or her personal physician, because the presence nf slreplococcal infection can be diagnosed and effectively treated only ;ifler a Ihroal culture has been taken. Anyone wishing further in- fornialion about strep Ihroal may contact ihe Southwest Disiricl Heallh Department al 45!)-0744 in Caldwell. Firm to ask gas rate hike BOISE (UP!) - Inter- mounlain Gas Company will seeka m i n i m u m 12 per cent rale hike by late spring, according to president R. D. Grimm. Grimm said rates may go up as much as 25 per cert tor residential customers and 32 per cent for industrial customers by the end of the year because of increases in wholesale natural gas costs. He said his company will ask the Public Utilities Commission for the initial increase sometime in late spring and will ask fnr an increase in the full. Charles W Miller. 1RI9 Arthur, received head injuries and m u l t i p l e abrasions when struck by a pickup while attempting lo cross Ihe roadway al 12th and Cleveland al ahoul 2:45 p.m., according to a police report. Driver of the pickup involved. Jay N. Gardner, 40. Box 5G5 Avon, was cited by city police officers for failure lo yield for a pedestrian. School addition contract signed MERIDIAN -- Emery Connor Construction Co. of Nampa was awarded a 5319,282 conlracl to build a 12-room addition to Lake Hazel Elementary School al the Monday nighl meeting of the Meridian School Board. E.G. Oldham was authorized to have plans drawn up for a new home economics room at the junior high school. David Price, studenl body president, requested the board lo malch funds for stage curtains al Meridian High School. The students have raised $2,000 for new curtains. The Iruslees authorized bids lo be called for Ihe curtains. Mrs. Kay Knight was thanked by the trustees for the work she has done as volunteer director of the works program, in the district. She gave a report and guidelines lo be followed for Ihe. volunteer program. She staled there was an average of 165 volunteers working in the district and felt the new director of Ihe program should receive pay. The trustees will consider the possibility of paying the new director. No action was taken on the rccommendalions for Cloverdale Elemcnlary School by J. J. Milchel, co-president of Ihe Uslick and Clovcrdalc PTA, He staled the school needed more fencing, carpcling, playground equipment, better narking space, restroom repair, ,1 ramp and some general repair work. The request of Al Marsden. director of tho Ada Council of Governments and Ada Co. Commissioner Sib Klefner for the dislrict to join ACOG was labled unlil all trustees could be present. Supt. August Ilein reported il would cost Ihe dislrict $35,093 to participate in the Parks and Recreation project near Lake Hazel School. Due lo the amounl of money involved, the dislrict will not participate. E.G. Oldham told the trustees in his district financial report there would be a W9.000 debt after the addition at Lake Hazel and completion of the new Meridian High School. The money for construction would include Ihe 1976 plant facility fund. Building is progressing al the new high school wilh waler and building materials al the site. Concrete pouring was slowed due lo weather. was granted for an ornithology field trip lo Burns, Ore. Meridian High School was approved by the Norlhwesl Accreditation Association, Ihe board was told. Board member Earl Marks acled as chairman of the meeting in Ihe absence of chairman Jack Newell. iNori) Oyama, Caldwell; and by IS grandchildren, Ihree g'-eat- grandchitdren and one sisler in Japan. Augustus Proctor PARMA - Services for Augustus II. Proctor, 85, of Parma, who died Sunday in an Ontario nursing home, will be conducled at 10:30 a.m. Friday al Parma's Dakan Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Fred Johnson of the Golden Gate liaplisl Church of Wilder. Inlcrmenl will be al Parma Cemetery. He was torn on May 19, 1889, in Springfield, Mo. He married Rada Mae tlammons on Jan. 10, 1'JIO. in Ilarlville. Mo. They lived in Chickasha, Okla., for a year and then moved lo P u l l m a n . Wash., where he worked on a ranch. He was a veteran of World \Var I, serving in France. Following his discharge, the couple mo\edlo Caldwell in 191!) and to Parma in 1947. Mrs. Proctor died on April 21, 1972. He married Golda Portenier on June 10. 1972: in Winnemucca, Nev. Surviving arc his wife, of Parma, a half-sisler, Bctly lloninsbn, Long Beach. Calif.; Efh«/M.lofcco* CALDWELL - Service* for Elhel M. Babcock, 78,-iuo- Cherry, who died Monday "fit a Caldwell nursing home, were conducted this afternoo^ al Dakan Funeral Chapel, ^y. well, by Elders Charles Whfpple and Donn Nippert of the Nampa Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Interment was al Canyon Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Babcock was born on Feb. 8, 1897, in Woodbury County, Iowa, and married John W. Neifert on Oct. 20, 1911, j n Iowa. Mr. Neifert died in November of 1947. She married James H. Babcock in March of 1949 in Torrington, Wyo., and Ihey came to Caldwell in May 1957. Mr. Babcock died last Wednesday. Surviving are four sons, Fred Neifert, Caldwell, John W. Nciferl, Casper, Wyo., Robert G. Neifert, Winchester, Ore., and Keith D. Ncilert, Cheyenne'. Wyo.; a daughter, Donna L. Lovercheck, Lagrange, Wyo.; three sisters, Mabel Arnold, Correclionville, Iowa, Grace Cole, Sioux Cily, Iowa, and Edna Golhier, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; 13 grandchildren, 35 greal-grandchildren and a greal-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by two brothers, five sisters and four great-grandchildren. fro C. Pewitt NAMPA -- Funeral services for Ira Clinton Pewitt, 68, of Eilcnsburg, Wash., a former Nampa resident, who died Sunday at Ellensburg, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Friday at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel. The Rev. C.Richard Hayes of the Hillview Church of (he Nazarene, Boise, will officiate. Interment will follow at Kohlcrlawn Cemelery. Mr. Pewitl was born on July 17. 1906, at Bridgeport, Texas, where he was reared and attended schools. He lived in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas before moving to Dodge City, Kan. in 1939. He was married to Florence Lee Sandefer on Dec. 15, 1928 al Albuquerque, N.M. They came to Nampa in 1946. He was a painler here unlil he relired in 1967, and [hey moved to Ellensburg. He was a member of the lillensburg Church of the Nazarene. . ' He is survived'by his wife, Florence 'Pewitl,' Ellen- iwo nieces anu 1 five nephews 'Y. 1 ^ r '°rence rewiti, tiien- ir.cliiding Willis Proctor of sbur 6 lw ° sons . Car ro« Pewill, Marsing He was preceded in Onla "o. Ore., and Donald death by four brothers and two Pew '»- Bellmgham, Wash.; sisters '' iree daughters, Mrs. Barbara Keene. Boise, Mrs. Wanda Joseph Downum NAMPA Services for Joseph M. Downum, 86. Nampa Route S, who died Sunday at a N'ampa hospital, will be con- Mrs. Belisle, Boise, and Mrs. Evelyn Cummings, Ellensburg; his-'' stepmother, Mrs. Minnie Sin'ith, Denver, Colo.; two brothers, Osro Pewill, Ryan, .Okla., and ducted al2:M p.m. Thursday al Claude Pewitt, Paradise, Robison Chapel ot the Chimes,. Texas; one sisler, Mrs. Ivy Meridian, by the Rev. Leonard Kukas. Denver. Colo.; one half- M. Gallivan. Interment will be brother, Kenneth Pewitt at Kuna Cemetery. Boulder, Colo., two hnlf-sistgrs' He was born on Sept. 22. 1888, Mrs. Othello Carroll KitridW m Elm Springs, Ark. He Colo., and Mrs. Jerlene KoV married Kdilh liobbins on Dec. plinger, Denver. Colo · and 17 19.1910, in Healing Springs, Ark. grandchildren They came to Kuna in 1929 and He was preceded in deauvby armed in the Kuna area unlil two brothers, Olen and Edgar 1943, when they moved to Pewitt. one sister, Mrs. Nelia \ampa. They since had resided Terrell, and two grandchildren He was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene, Nampa. Surviving are his wife of Nampa; a son. Ray Downum, K u n a ; a daughter, Lelha -- ^..^.^ ,,,,, German. Nampa; a sisler, Lida '» closed Thursday dufTt'o ab- Kiddlc. Harrison, Ark.; seven senteeism caused by colds ahd grandchildren, 18 great- In" flu. grandchildren and a great- The district's schools have mil-grandchild. been closed since Friday Me/bo schools remain closed MELBA - Melba schools Will FARMERS increased. 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