Obituaries 11mpatient judge fed up with Hearst trial pace The Idaho Kiee Press 4 The News-Tribune, Friday, Xiarch 5,1976-- 15 Henry/We//$ PRINEVILLE. Ore, - Services for Henry J. Wells 70 Prinevitle, Ore., formerly of Nyssa, were held Feb 5 in Prineville. He was born in Berthed. Colo on July 26, 1905 lie farmed in Idaho- and herded sheep in Nyssa unlil Ins retirement in 1970. He moved to Prineville in 1975. Among area survivors is a brother. Harold Markley Homedale. Haze/ V. Hall NAMPA - Hazel V. Hall. 75 Narupa Route 3, died Wednesday in a Nampa nursing home Services are pending al Summers Funeral Home. Uoise. Estie D. Walls NAMPA - Mr. EslieD Walls M. of D08 Arrowhead Drive. Nampa. passed away in a Nampa hospital on Thursday. Services are pending al the Alsip Funeral Chapel. Ben A. Reynolds KUNA -- Ben A. Reynolds, H. Kuna.died Thursday in a Boise nursing home. Services are pending al Rubison-Jerread Cliapel of the Chimes, Meridian. Kelly Pefrott HARMA - Graveside services (or Kel'.y Petroff. 86. Parma, who died Thursday al a Nyssa hospital, will be conducted al 2 p.m. Saturday al Parma Cemetery, under Ihe direction of l.icnkaemper Funeral Chapel. Nyssa. He was born Dec. 21, 1889. in Bulgaria. Us came to the United Â· Slates in 1907. Me married Rulh Catherine Moon Sept. 22.192-1. in Denver. He was a coal miner in Colorado until 1901. when he retired and moved to Parma Surviving are his wife and a niece. Mrs. Don Andrus. liolh of Parma. ^Guilty' finally okay ; I.US AMJL'l.tS '(.'PI' - It look the millionaire defendant more Ihan five months, and the determination to gel oul of a hnspil.il bed ar.d come lo courl in a wheelchair. Iml he finally succeeded He persuaded a relurtanl judp.i 1 In find him guilty. Wilh cardiologists monitoring his heart from another room, industrialist and oil company president Arni.ind Hammer was finally allowed lo plead guilty Thursday lo misdemeanor riiaires of illegally contributing S.il.u to liichard Nixon's 1972 presidential campaign Hammer had been trying to do so since Oclober Two federal judges refused lo accept the plea, despile -- and partly because of -- his lawyers arguments that the unsettled case was aggravating Ihe 77- year-old Hammer's heart ail- men I "Are you pleading guilty because you're guilty or because you're physically unable lo I stand trial"" L' S. Dislricl Courl ' Judge Lawrence Lydick asked Hammer ! "I'm pleading guilty because | I'm guilty," Hammer insisted Â· from his wheelchair, in a soft ! hul firm voice. | Heart monitoring devices on ; his body led lo gauges in another Â· room, watched over by car! ijiologisls. ; The judge asked about his Â· condition and Hammer conced- ! rd he feels "some pain and '. occasional dizziness" and the 'charges against him have had '"a very depressing effect" on ' lim. The judge demanded to '. know if Hammer's decision was ; affected by the illness or by Â· drugs he is taking. ; "I don't think il affects me al 'all." Hammer said. Â· The judge agreed to accept the Â· guilty plea and will set a sentencing dale later. The [prosecution noted that a plea bargain had been reached in Hammer's case ar.d urged the !judge lo lake into account his ;age and illness. i Hammer, president of Occidental Petroleum Corp.. origi- Inally pleaded guilty lo Ihe ;charges in Washington. D.C. Bui Â·the judge (here withdrew his tplea after Hammer, in a letter to ;his probation officer, appeared Mo contend he was not respon- "sihlc for Ihe conlrihulions. ; Hammer Iricd again lo plead ;guilly hut (he judge refused to Â·accept (he plea. When lie was !hospilali7crt. his case was '.transferred here and Lydick ^also refused al first to accepl a 'guilty plea, because of Ihe 'possibility Hammer might have '.been unduly influenced by his 'Illness. Gary R, Hughes BOISE --Services for Gary R Hughes. 3-1. Boise, formerly of Caldwell. who died Tuesday al a iioise hospital, will be conducted a' 10:30 a .in. Saturday at the " ' r i g h t C o in m u u i t y Congregational Church by Paslor James E. Nolan, under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Morris lliil Cemetery. He was born July 8. I9J1. in Twin Falls, and moved with his family lo Shoshone and Mountain Home, where he was educated. He married Pamela Black March I. l%2, in Mountain Home. He taughl school for a year al Vallivue High School. Caldwell. and for several years al Borah High School. Edgar W. Shaffer STAR - - Services for Edgar W Shaffer. 70. Star, who died Tuesday at a Boise hospital, will he conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday al Robison-Jerread Chapel of the Chimes. Meridian, by Rev. Harold S Clark. Interment will be in Star Cemetery. He was born March 23.1905. in Middlelon and married Anita Boppart May II. 1934. in Star He operated the Time for Five Club in Star until 1975. He was a member and officer of Ihe Nampa Eagles Lodge. Surviving arc his wife. Star; six sons. Bruce. Sluing. \u . Richard and Donald, bolh of Star. Dennis. Kalispell. Mont.. Lee. Falls Church. Va.. and Ronald. Wendell; four daughters. Avis Brown. Boise. Karen Shaffer. Martinburg. Va . Sandra Schroeder, Kenai. Alaska, and Debbie Porter. Slar. a brother. Olaf. Payelte; a sister. ThclmaVnser. Meridian. 12 grandchildren: and a great- grandchild. He was preceded in death by iwo daughters Vital statistics ItlliTIIS Ml IFFIS - A hoy. born March '1 lo Roger and Jackie Moffis. 5:!l Sunset. Nampa. al Mercy Medical Center. Nampa 1IACEX- A girl, born March :l lo Brian and Fannie Hagen. Caldwell. al t'aldwell Memorial iluspilal. VILLA - A lÂ«y. born March :l to Alfredo and Ksperanza Villa. Marsmg. al ('.ildwtll Memorial Hospital. CASH -- A buy. born March :l lo Knnald and Susan Cash. Narnpa. al Caldwell Memorial Hospital CASTILLO - A hoy. born March :! in Jesus and Sandra Castillo. Caldwell. at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. MAHKIAGK LICENSES Luis William Martinez and Linda Joy Stover. Nampa. Ivan James Smith and Fairy Lorella Good, bolh Nampa. Raphael Lyons Jr., Smith. Nev.. and Vanessa R. Kesner. Middleton. Donovan Crawford Otto and Marv Joyce W'inlers. both Caldwell. Allen Lee Ingram and Susan Lynn Brown, The Dalles, Ore. Sleven Lynn Atkins. Homedale. and Lori Ann Hooper. Wilder. Virgil Porter and Rita Hodges, both Wilder. Kenneth E. Warwick and Terry L Howe, both Caldwell. Virgil S Porler and Rita F. Hodges, both Wilder. Blaine .1 Nay and F.ileen Butler, both Nampa. Divoitti: DKdU'.F (;KA\TEI) Lon Allen from Sharon Allen. District admits violation SKATTl.KiUH'-The Eagle Water ami Sewer Dislricl near Boise. Idaho, was the first municipal district in the country to reach a settlement with the U.S Department of Justice for violation of a waler pollution clean-up permit Clifford V Smith Jr.. nor- lliwesi regional administrator for the Environmental P r o t e c t i o n Agency, in announcing the scltlemeni said Hie Eagle district admitted it allowed sew.igc lo bypass the city's treatment facility. The special purpose authority furnishing waler and sewer services lo Ihe Eagle community also failed to report the by pass to the KPA. Bolh actions w ere violations of Ihe permit issued under Ihe National Pollution Discharge F.liminalion Syslem, a program set up by the Federal Water Pollution Control Department of Just Roth actions were violations of the permit issued under (he National Pollution Discharge F.liminalion System SAN FRANCISCO (UP1) - Patricia Hearst's notes from a terrorism class and a two-page checklist for a bank rnblwry bearing her fingerprint have been allowed in evidence al her trial by an increasingly impatient federal judge. The damaging documenls, both found in the last hideout of the Symbionese Liberation Army, were introduced by the prosecution Thursday during another day devoted almost exclusively to arguments on legal points. U S . District Judge Oliver J. Carter made it clear he's had enough of Ihe delays that have stretched the bank robbery trial to six weeks -- with no real indication when it will go to the jury. He told prosecution and defense lawyers he'd give them 30 minutes today lo clear up all procedural mailers, then the jury was coming into court and a witness was going lo lake the stand "And that's an order," Carter said. Dr. Joel Fort of San Francisco, the first of two prosecution psychiatrists, was testifying when courl recessed -- but wilh Ihe jury out of Ihe courtroom. He was called to defend himself against bias charges by the defense. Most of (lie day was taken up in arguments over specific items ol evidence against Miss Hearst found in the apartment where SLA members William and Emily Harris were living al Ihe time of their capture lasl fall. Carter allowed Ihe prosecution lo introduce a paper with notes iu Miss Hearst's handwriting on making timing devices anil attaching them lo fuses, locating "switch cars," setting a lime for a "meet to talk about shooting." and "security" plans One section said: "Timing device with fuse ...clock (set 10 minutesi or cigarelle iwire in fusel." The judge also permitted introduction of a JSO-word outline on robbing a bank. Prosecutor James L. Browning Jr. has dubbed it a "laundry list of things to do if one is going to rob a hank " FEA revises energy map WASHINGTON (l!PI) - Set- hacks in the nuclear power industry and reduced estimates of America's oil bounty will make it harder and more costly In achieve energy independence than was forecast a year ago. ucciirdiiis; In top energy planners. Nonetheless. Federal Energy Administrator Frank Zarb believes the I'niled Stales can brejk its reliance on foreign oil with "lough minded and ... obviously aggressive actions" in the coming decade. The KEA's new energy inrecasl was presented Thursday in a liOO page study which officials said was more realistic and carefully prepared than last year's forecasl. One factor behind the gloomier projections include the utility industry's plans to cancel 73 alomic power reactors, cutting (he forecast role of nuclear energy by one-third. President Ford last year called for the creation of 200 nuclear power plants by I9ai. ti SIKI) the now sludy said is impossible to achieve because so many plants have been canceled due In financial and regulatory problems. There are now 56 commercial nuclear power plants supplying R.G per cent of America's power needs. The study predicted a maximum 150 to 180 plants will supply 26 per cent of the nation's power by 1985. Last year's study said removing domestic oil and gas price controls could cm imports to 3.3 million barrels a day by 1985. The new study says decontrol can only achieve a reduction to 5.1) million barrels from the current 6.1 million barrels a day. Energy independence has been defined as holding 1985 imports lo -1 or 5 million barrels a day. a level al which the United Stales could survive a six month embargo. The FRA said oil imports will increase for the next two years until the flow begins from new Alaskan oil fields. The study said deregulation plus accelerated production and increased conservation, could cut imports lo I million or 2 million barrels a day by 1985. But with continued federal controls. 1985 imports could soar to 13.5 million barrels a day. it added. Pan Am faces criminal count NEW YORK lUPli - Pan American World Airways has pleaded no conlcsi lo an indictment charging that its violation of federal cargo transport rules caused a 1D73 jet crash in Boston which killed llirce. crewmen. Il was (he first time an airline had been criminally proseculed in connection wilh an air crash. The federal grand jury in Brooklyn also charged four other corporations and an employe of one of the firms. A number of civil siiils resulting Irom the crash are slill pending. U.S. A t t o r n e y David G. Trager said the indictments provided the first criminal prosecution for violating Federal Aviation Administration regulations. Trager said they would serve notice thai the rules would he "slriolly enforced." Pan Am faces a maximum fine of $(10.000 by U.S. Dislricl Court Judge Orrin .ludd on one felony and 50 misdemeanor counts. Also pleading jioconlest in Ihe case was Hie National Semiconductor Corp. of Santa Clara, Calif. Lyons Moving and Slor.ige Co. of l.os Angeles pleaded guilty and Ilurlinglon Northern Air Freight, Inc., of Inglcwnod. Calif., pleaded guilty to one counl and no contest lo 25 others. Each firm faces a maximum fine of $25.000. Pleading innocent were San- lini Brothers Inc. of the Bronx and its office manager, William Iliggins. Sanlini faces a maximum $275,000 in fines if convicted on all 208 counts; Iliggins faces up to 11 years imprisonment and an $11,000 fine. The Pan Am Boeing 707 cargo jcl crashed at Logan Airport in Boston Nov. 3, 1973, wilh 15,000 pounds of "dangerous articles and hazardous materials" aboard. It was en route from Kennedy Airport to Preslwick, Scotland, with supplies for a National Semiconductor plant. Among the hazardous items, the indictment said, were 160 improperly packed and loaded packages of nitric acid. The grand jury said the acid, resting on ils side instead of upright, began seeping inlo the conlainers' insulating material, which included highly flammable sawdust. The packages caught fire, filling Ihe cockpil wilh smoke and obscuring Ihe vision of the crew members. Smilhurn churches were requested to dnnale their bells to Ihe Confederate Army so the melal could IK; converted inlo cannon during Ihe Civil War. Come In And Look Around! We have a FEW ROOMS AVAILABLE with more to be remodeled in the near future. VALLEY PLAZA RETIREMENT CENTER 1615-8th St. S., NÂ«mpÂ« - Phon* 467-1551 The Iwupiigc documi'iil lists ei|bl essentials ul a bank robbery, including picking imo distant from a "pig Million." checking lliv bunk for guards, cameras, windows and surrounding businesses, selecting getaway routes iintl auto switch [Kiinls, equipping a backup team wilh "firepower." slaging ;i "final dry run," and prewiring "weapons, ammo. clothing, disguise." Carter udmilled the papers over vehement objections from defense attorney K. I,ce Bailey, who insisted none was connected with Ihe April 15, 197-t, robbery of Ihe Hibernia Hank in San Krancisco for which she is on (rial. The judge refused to admit in evidence another document indicating Miss Hearst also "cased" another bank during her underground life and made handwritten notes about ils employes. Me said he was concerned jurors might confuse the diagram of a Sacramento bank wilh handwritten notes on il. including iwo lines in Miss Hearst's hand, with a bank in the Sacramento suburb of Caimichael which was held up on April 21. 1975. The SI.A has been linked lo that holdup, in which a woman customer was killed by a shotgun blast. The bank in the diagram was never robbed. Forl was called wilh Ihe jury absent to answer Bailey's charge thai he had disseminated a news release which could be construed as attacking Ihe n,ualifications and impartiality of Ihrec defense psychiatrists. The prosecution witness also wrote a letter (o (he judge and "members of the press" asking lhal his name not be used or his picture printed in any accounts of his testimony. He said he opposed sensationalizing trials and feared for his life if identified as a witness. Carler told For! Itiat if lie wauled (o maintain his righl of privacy he should slay off Ihe stand. MANSON CULTIST Sandra liood leaves the federal building in Sacramento, Calif, afler a seven-woman, five-man jury was selected Thursday for her trial on charges of conspiring lo mail death Ihreals (o corporate and governmental leaders. Prosecution testimony will begin Monday and the trial is expected to las( another (wo or Ihree weeks. IUPI Photo) Come and get 'em! Special buys. Special 8.99 Women's jersey set. Our beautiful long sleeve jersey ol acetate/nylon wilh matching T-shirt. Smart and comlortable. Assorted patterns and colors Sizes 32-38. Women's nylon gowns. In long and shift style of nvlon iricat Assorted pastels S M L Special 2 for $5 Men s crewnecks. Striped polyester/cotton shirt with short sleeve; chest pocket: malchod side seams. Assorted colors. S.M.L.XL Clearance! Women's Sandals Sold last year lor up to 15.99 _ Step lively into spring sandals and cut down on cost. Aborted styles and sizes. While in our shoe dept. check other values! Clearance on shoes for the family. 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