Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 14, 1975 · Page 3
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FKKD flHAXT, left, president of St, Haul's Home and School Association, presents one of Ihe top prizes awarded al the school's chili '?ed Sunday to Jeanette U'heeler as Jim Daniels, association vice president, looks on. Trocceds from the feed will he applied lo carpeting Ihe school's third grade classroom and principal's office. Boh Walker, chili feed chairman, reported at Tuesday night's USA meeting a net profit of $1.1)37 from (he activity. ( S t u f f I'liolo) 'Deffafe crime' is club's goal NAMPA -- As y,iu roiicl lliis sentence, a crime- is being committed. According lo Ihe 1973 Kill Uniform Crime Reports, a car is stolen every 3-1 seconds, a hurglary committed every 12 seconds, a woman is rapedevory lOminulcs, and a murder is commiMed every 27 minutes. lliese dislurbing (ads were being spotlighted this week by members of Ihe Nampa Exchange Club. As a mailer of fad, over 50,000 Exchangiics have been spotlighting these fads this week in cities and towns across America. That's because it is the National Kxcliange Club's 28lh National Crime Prevention Week. "Ilie increase in crimes of physical violence is alarming," Fred Thunnan, president of the Nampa Exchange Club, said in explaining his organization's sponsorship of this annual event. "Crime is more and more a very personal experience and it is spreading rapidly lo suburban communities such as right here in Nampa." The local club has placed advertisements in this newspaper calling again to the attention of local citizens the availability of tools for marking personal possessions for identification, and "Neighbors Against Crime" cards for use of residents to assist in providing better protection against crime in their own neighborhoods. These arc free and may be obtained at the Nampa pulice station. The theme for this year's crime prevention campaign is: "DEFLATE CRIME" and Ihe message lias been repealed over and over again this week by newspapers along with television and radio stations throughout the nation. "Cutting down on crime is not an easy task," Thurman said, "and that is Ihe reason why we need Ihe education and cooperation of every citizen in Nampa and the surrounding area. Cilizens may write to Crime Prevention, Box 2672, Kenwood Station, Toledo, Ohio 43000, lo receive valuable information on how they can help stop crime. The crime rale is rising so fast that it is important (or everybody to gel involved." The Idaho Kree Press. Kriday. February H, 1*753 MfrH, f.J.:-- f .=- TI1K Jllh ANNl'AI. benefit auction for Greenlcat Friends Academy w i l l be lieltl Saturday beginning at t l a.m. un tlie GI-'.A campus, llumlrrds oE items haw bren itnnalcil for the event with tirar nl Ihe i-im- sish'iil uintrihiilors ;ii;niu p r u \ idiiifi Support still needed suinrlhini; Ihis yoar. They are, trom lelt: Bill Uauson, tlccnralivi 1 \\nste containers; Mary Ki'iinisiin. Highlit!; Kenl Suilztr. (loll cradle mill uhei'lbarrcmsi ami Tnl \Vii\slow, lawn rluiir. Debaters vie at Boise, Ogden N A M P A - N a m p a High School debaters were busy with tournaments again over the past weekend, coach Gregg Walker reported. ··At the I3UC (Borah-Boise- Capital) Debate Tournament held al Capital High Kikk Crill and Ray Davis ol Nampa took home a trophy by placing third in (he senior division, only losing (Tut in the semi-finals on a split decision "In the novice division at the BBC event Daron Cow Icy and Karl Kleiner won four and lost only two, which Walker termed "an excellent performance." ilrtall, 10 Nampa..debalers look part in Ihe competition. Forensic League Dislricl Tournamenl scheduled at Bountiful, Utah, in April. For m a n y of N a m p a ' s debaters Ihe pasl weekend wound up competition for this year. The top four teams, however, will compete in the district tournament at Bishop Kelly High School at Boise the end of this month. But w i t h debate w i n d i n g down, speech competition will reach a climax with a tournament at Vallivue High School this weekend and a district speech meel the following weekend at Mountain Home. Walker' said Nairipa speakers should fare well al all the up- Meanwhilc, .another group of coniing'tournaments and speech f o u r ' N a m p a High debaters festivals. "As we h a v e a traveled to Weber State-College talented group of debaters," he at Ogden, Utah, where they said. "Nampa will field an competed against .Utah schools excellent group of individual in preparation for (he National event speakers." On the record offense al the Emery Ratliff residence. IU. 6 Caldwell, Jan. 1. ·VHIHI) DISTRICT COL'KT Judge Koherl B. Dunlap Steven Ray Morris. 20, Box 403 Middlelon, was found guilty MAGISTRATE COURT, Sec. 2 by a jury of robbery, after a Jiidgr .Milton Birnbaum rfav's trial Tuesday; the jury Juan Gomez, 20, Fourth and retired to consider its verdict at Stockton, Parma, requested a 5n9 p m anil relumed its preliminary hearing which will verdict five minules later. be set on Iwo charges of rob- -·A pre-senlence investigation bcry: on Jan, 28 al the Circle K. was ordered with sentencing set 2406 S. Montana, of $144.82, and (or Feb. 25; Morris was on Feb. 6 at Fearless Farris remanded to (he Canyon Counly Stinker Station, Seventh and Jail where he has been in Cleveland, of $25; both com- cuslodv in lieu of $15.000 bond p l a i n l s by Caldwell p o l i c e , since his arrest in December, allege the offenses with use of a The complainl, brought by pistol pointed at employes; Nampa police, charged lhat on Gomez is in the counly jail in Dec. 24 the defendant look by lieu of $20.000 bond (S10.000 on fejr and force three rings and a each charge). Blilova wrist watch from James Thornberg. Blood bank program clarified NAMPA - - A recent United Press International story from Salt Lake Cily carried in many Southern Idaho newspapers may have given many local residents a wrong impression of the Red Cross's blood program in this area,according lo Hobert E Gaddis. administrator of (he lloise Regional Blood Center. The story, which appeared in the Idaho Free Press in late January, referred to a new agreement on blood banking between Ihe I n t c r m o u n t a i n Health Care Corp. and Ihe American lied Cross in the Salt Lake Cily area. It has no effecl whatever on operation o( the Boise lied Cross Regional Blood Center, Caddis stressed. The confusion might arise from the story's statement thai 80 per cent of the blood supply in U t a h , Idaho, and parls of Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming, is handled Ihrough the American Red Cross. This, Gaddis said, "may be true in terms of lolal amounts of blood used in (hose states collectively, but in Ihe region of Pm Idaho served by the Boise Blood Center. . .100 per cent of the blood used comes directly through the Regional Center." All hospitals in our region, he emphasized, receive their total supply of blood through the voluntary donations of residents of the c o m m u n i t i e s served Ihrough the Boise center. In the N'ampa area, the first blood drawing of 1975 is scheduled next Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 10 a.m. lo 3 p.m. al the Around about The Nampa area Public sends donations for humane group's work V A L E N T I N E DANCE United Families in Christ of the Meridian Holy Spirit Catholic Church, will host the annual Valentine's dance Saturday al 9 p.m. at Seven-Mile Danceland. Cost is $6 per couple and music will be by the Bob Jordan band. Tickets are on sale al Ihe door. For information call 692-3322 or 888-3775. party Saturday al 8 p.m. al the Nampa Valley Grange Hall. There will be prizes and refreshments. DONATION PICK-UP - The Salvation Army now has daily pick-up in the Nampa area. Call ·IGG-8888 with your donations of f u r n i t u r e , clothing, b e d d i n g , appliance and bric-a-brac. N A M P A - O f f i c i a l s of Canyon County Pel Haven, local h u m a n e society, expressed a p p r e c i a t i o n today for the public's response lo an article in this newspaper last week which revealed Dial Die organization is in (lire need of funds. "People are sending everything from dollar bills lo Burglaries Mai 4 CARD PARTY - Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will sponsor a card party Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Velerans Memorial Building. There will be prizes and refreshments and the public is invited. B E N E F I T DANCE - A benefit dance will be held Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Mardi Gras dance hall, 615 South Ninth, Boise. All proceeds will go for the Hoy Scheffert Benefit Fund, in memory of Mrs. Fern Scheffert. There will be live music. SKI BUSES - Ski buses lo Bogus Basin will load at 7:45 a.m. and leave the Nampa Community Center al 8 a.m. every Salurday. Charge is $2 per round Irip. Buses will return al 6 MEED HOMES - Several Labrador puppies need good homes. Call 466-6900. POTLUCK DINNER - Deal NAMPA -- Nampa police received reports of four burglaries Thursday, including break-ins al a country club and an auto shop. Maxine Johnson, of Broad- more Country Club, 427 Nor- Fellowship of Ihe Soulh Side th s kl c Blvd , said Ihe building United Methodist Church will na( i ueen brokcn into through a meel Sunday at 7 p.m. at the window and the liquor cabinet church for a potluck dinner. f orced apen she | 0 i d po ] ice i( Bring salad or dessert. Speakers was undelermined whal was will be Mr. and Mrs. Thomas missing. Hotchkiss. mrrrtcr missionaries ''Colin 1 ; Rober(s," 'of Roberts checks and we just ask them lo keep the contributions coming." said Helen Wilson. Pel Haven president. "We had very heavy bills in December and January and we musl gel Ihcsr bills paid. We h a v e never requested nor received tax funds from the city or counly and «'e don'l intend to. We have f a i t h lhal our members and others who sympathize with our work will help us Ihrough this crisis. We are grateful for each and even' pttmy." Miss Wilson said lhat the humane society is curtailing its regular program of work until all bills are paid. "We have a really goofl- looking male Dingo." says Mis|s Wilson. "He was found Caldwell Boulevard but nob lias claimed him. He is healthy -- we feel lhal he m u j l belong to somebody. Wheneve you talk to him he gels up on he hind feet and dances anp whines. We're hoping we can find his owner." j She said lhal the group is also continuing to work with one elf Ihe horses which were found in | condition of starvation last yean The horse is in good shape no\| but is afraid of people. "One man said we should ju sell her for chicken feed but in India. All interested persons are invited. into by breaking two windows. INSTRUCTORS NEEDED - Arnotlg m i s s j n g itoms werc a Instructors for subjects ranging BlacMiaivk two-ton porla power, from foreign languages to crafts valued al S150, and an air are now needed al Ihe Nampa grinder, valued at $40. YWCA. A n y o n e who feels p a tly Montross, 316 First St. capable of teaching is asked to »,·._ reported her unlocked call 467-1220, for specific apartmenlhadbeen entered and requirements for teachers, a Sony portable black and white Instructors will be paid. television set, worth $300, was 'Wc are taking emergency w a n t lo give her one last chanc calls and some of our members for a good home and a used are caring for animals at Iheir life." says Miss Wilson. "W homes," she said. "We arc still have some members who ar going out on calls and we are willing lo work with her Iowa also honoring our spay cer- l h a t end." tificates. It really pleases us The Pet Haven represenlaliv lhat so many who have gotten said that one of Ihe saddest ol female puppies from us, arc recent cases was that of a di bringing them in lo be spayed." which had apparently been hi Miss Wilson -sa.id, thak rec,_en| by- acar and had been draggin] dmergencyWasfcs-' mcl\i'diP a 'Hfc-mr«iqurte for a month 01 Motors, 610 12lh ...Aye.. Road, female poodle' and her lhrce i so. . _ reported the shop was broken week-old puppk"s"wK6 'were " "SoTnc people" reponw tha ...... abandoned on Caldwell the dog was hiding under Boulevard in Nampa. : housi? and eating garbage "The mother was so night. One of our women w bedraggled and grimy when our oul to get the animal and in volunteer worker brought her in process Ihe dog bit her. We hadj lo keep (he dog for a week} because of rabies precautions! 50-PUJS CLUB - The YWCA 50-Plus Club will meet Monday at 12 noon al the YWCA for a covered dish luncheon. A Washington program is planned. Everyone 50 and over is invited. SWEETHEART DANCE The Lady Elks will crown their sweethearl queen Saturday during Ihe annual sweetheart dance at the Elks Lodge. The dance will begin at flp.m. and all Christcnscn Community Center, members are urged lo attend. Sponsors of Ihe drawing will be iMviTirn TI r U L J L l L I N V l l r j L ) tile public is invited to atlend a card TALENT SEARCH - If you have a single or group act, amaleur or professional and would like lo have an op- poilunity lo appear on stage, missing. D o n a l d l l a s l r i l c r , HOI N. M i d l a n d , told police the residence of his brother. Warren, al 320 12th Avenue Hoad, had been broken into. The The American Cancer Society back door had been ripped loose, has scheduled Dr. Bill's Haslriler said his brother was Medicine Show (variety acts) ,,,,, of «,,,.,, and i( was unknowrl for March 21 at Central w h a t was missing Auditorium. Stage help is also ] n other complaints Thursday needed. Call Ethel Schulz. 466- M argar( , l uiackwoll, 591 Stale for at leasl six weeks so we are in Ihe process of finding a foster home for them during Ihis period." There is also a young female German Shepherd who, with her three puppies, was dumped at a v a c a n t house in Caldwell. Another Pel Haven member that we couldn't believe she was a poodle. Bui a f t e r a professional poodle groomcr and during thai week you can't had washed and clipped her -- a t imagine the amount of love,[ no charge to us -- she looks m e d i c a t i o n , and care that; beauliful. Of course, neither she animal received. nor her puppies can be placed "There was no hope of its ever walking again so at the end ofj the week it was euthanized) mercifully. But at least it didn't die an agonizing, lingering death somewhere in Ihe cold. "This is the lypeof activity for which we spend our money,' 1 concluded Miss Wilson. "Not a penny goes for anything but kepi these dogs until Ihe puppies animal care." 2452 or 466-1176, or Penny qui , led jackc|| ,, or|h $25 from Young, 466-7891 or 467-4779. the Community Center. 9276 or 466-3058, Van Witzel,466- reported the thefl of her gold were old enough Ic be placed Donations may be senl to the "'" "- '""·"·- " """"· and now they are up for adop- society al P.O. Box 481. Nampa,) lion. The mother, of course, will Idaho. 83651. All contributions be spayed. Miss Wilson says. are lax deductible. Granges of the area. Tax charge nets sentence Julio Perez, -17, 50:1 N. Illh. Caldwell. who earlier pleaded g u i l t y lo d r i v i n g w h i l e i n - t o x i c a t e d and a f t e r a pre- sentence i n v c s l i g a l i o n . was fined $250 plus $7.50 court cosls. .William Lee Coney. 22, 91-1 O.wyhee. K u n a . was released from (he county jail Wednesday . upon posting $500 bond following placed on one year s probation court action in Ihe morning and ordered to attend Court dilrine which tend was reduced Alcohol School; cited Jan. 28 by from $1 000 slale ' Coney charged with robbery lasl Nov 21 of a $20 bill from Kelly Gene Hawker. 16, lit. 1 S t a r , pleaded innocent lo i elsler Howard faces trial April reckless driving and requested a li N a m p a police signed the jury trial which is set April 8; complain!. C ", C(1 ·""··. » h » M , ld(1lelcn 'Defense attorney Ronald P. police: al hherly on his own llaincy advised Ihe court he recognizance wanted a reduction in bail and Clarence Harrison. 32, lit. l Arrests reported NAMPA -- Arrests recorded A 13-year-old girl and a 14- by N a m p a police Thursday year-old girl were arrested on include thai of Jack C. Allen, 111 charges of wilful concealment 16lh Avc. S.. on a charge of Thursday al Albertson's. They driving while intoxicated. Allen were released lo Ihcir parents, was released on his own recognizance In one accldenl ear 'y lms Charles Wade, 20, Nampa morning, Robert Munsler, 27, Route 2 was arrested on two Nampa Route 6, was cited for a counts of contempt of court and basic rule violation afler his is being held at Ihe Nampa jail, pickup, northbound on 13th Robert Munster, Nampa Route Avenue Soulh approaching r, was picked up on a warranl Front, went oul of control and for destruction of property and broke off Iwo parking meters on has been released on bond. the corner of Front. BOISE (UPI) - Boise businessman Richard C. Parsell has been sentenced to three years in prison and fined $1,500 afler his conviction on two counts of income tax evasion. The prison term was suspended, and Parsell was ordered to serve 60 days in Ada County Jail and lo serve three year's probation. pleaded d i s t u r b i n g the innocent to peace and the defendant's release so 'hat Star, ho coulri help find witnesses for his defense. There was no ob- requested a jury trial: pre-trial on $50 hond: complainl, signed Bullcane, Caldwell, alleges Ihe offense Jan. 10 al I I L U U L U - I K m m ii IV.I-M.J^ ~ ho coulri help find witnesses for his defense. There was no ob- . jeclion from James C. Mortill. conferences* April 2: al liberty rouiuv nrosecutor county prosecuior. ".lose Torres. 18, 303 Sunny ,, Unc"~ Nampa will) agrecmenl 1803 Howard, Caldwell. f aitorTcys' involved, was J** -Salinas, 22, 212 .21h Ave '"""" LJ own N.. Nampa, a charge of first lefcnse degree burglary dismissed on Ihe molion of Ray Minefield, of attorneys released on his recognizance after a '"Torr^aspTeadedinnocent to deputy prosecuting attorney, icharKeof assault with intent lo who informed the court the commft npe and a trial date defendant is now m the TM T.lc has been in ^n.iaryjjrv.ng therms custody al the counly jail since bViiTsi'ng and ill-treating" a woman 'Krncslo Gonzalrs, 26, j l l Third Hd. N.. Nampa, pleaded innocent lo a Canyon County i charge of first degree . French street ST. LOUIS (UPI) ·· The main street of the early French setllc- ment of St. I^ouis was called U bond, ihe complainl alleges Ihe street. WEEKEND SPECIAL SATURDAY SUNDAY ONLY 4 HAMBURGERS t Half tal. ROOT BEER TOGO 4 MAMA BURGERS It Frosted Pitcher ROOT BEEF IN DINING ROOM 1 99 ..._ FAMILY RESTAURANT NAMPA ONDT 809 Caldwell Blvd. NEW IDEAS IN FAMILY DINING THIS FRIDAY Sirloin Steak, Baked Potato, Salad - $3.85 FOR THE CHILDREN: A Ground Round Steak plus all the trimmings for only $1.45 Al Your pleasure between 5 P.M "Family Restaurant JuslEttt of tht North C IM-4M for SpKltl *r ARE"YOU"PROTECTED FROM BURGLARY? BORROW THIS ELECTRIC ENGRAVER AND MARK YOUR PROPERTY FOR POSITIVE 1 IDEHTKIITIOIII CONTACT... THE HAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT Ttity have theie electric,engraven available so lhat you may' or.e for an evening or a week-end and put "your pri- uk" on all ol youc properly. Thi; will provide you and identification ol iloien or vote mart Ine police with itemi. The Police Dc-porlrr.enl will also give you sell-sticking cards to display al your home, leading,, "ALL ITEMS OF VAIUE ON THESE PREMISES HAVE BEEN MARKED FOR READY IDENTI-' FICATION BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION , WEEK Feb. 9-151 THENUPtEXCKUHCUW

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