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Press CildweU News-Tritwne, July 10,1967-2 THE NEWS.TKIBUNE and IDAHO FREE PRESS Published evtmngi cicepl Sundae al 316 Tenth Aye. Soulh, Nampo. Idaho 83651 bf Canyon Publnhirg Co. Entered a* second lo» mal'er or The Poif Off.'ce of Nampo Idaho under ad of March 8. 1379 All notices required by low or order of court o( competent jurisdiction to be published wteUy- will be published in Se Saturday issue ol Ihli poper pursuant lo Section 60 108 I.C. 1943 as added thereto by Chapter 144 1933 Session lav.s oi Idaho. SUBSCRIP1 ION RATE Carrier, per month Jl 8i Canier. per ytor $22 20 Hail (in adtance) in Canyon, Ado. Ov, r hee. Gem. Elmore. Washington. Soise. Payetle. Idaho. Adams. Volley and Malheur Couniies. OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNriES 1 Month S I 50 3 Months S 4 25 oMonths S 800 l v « r $1500 I Month . . . iMonths. , . 6Montr-s. . s 1.75 . $ os . S 9.00 . 517.00 OBITUARIES REPUBLICAN PICNIC Jordan Say u/ u c I n I*f won i 3ofvc "roDicins Congress S Handouts Resumes New Charges Seen Session | n Woman's Death (Continued from Page 1) v/ e ma y choose to have them movement. Never could lie have j ncome (^ bills, which would Instead of federal government take classes so they can learn a afforded to buy the kind of pub- brjng jn about 55 b i\u M a year. handouts for rent supplements, trade and make a better livlngor liclty he's getting. He's not the Bllt tt!at assum ed - u "--' Jordan said: "We will expect we may choose to have thtm vlcfim of a recall movement-these people to regard this as a sweep out a federal building. loan. We will expect them to pay "We say they're going to earn U back. this ml. O m y atol $8 billion, were anticipated today against EMMETT (UPp - A sweet Edward Quinlivan, 41, after his cherry crop twice the size of wife Blanche Qulnlivin, 36, died last year's has been predicted after being seriously for the Eroroett month. YOSI . V i t d l Statistics Edith Burton NAMPA- Mrs. Edith Burton. 83, of Nampa, died Saturday night ataNampanursinghoroeaf- ter an extended Illness. Services for her a re scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Alsip Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Keith Mills, pastor of the Nampa First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Wilder, with graveside services by Gem of the Mountain Rebekah Lodge No. 5 of CaMweJL Mrs. Burton was born Aug. 7, 1883, at LaCenter, Wash. She grew up In.Chinook, Wash., and was married to Arthur N. Burton July 27, 1901, at Astoria, Ore. They moved to the Arena valley area west ofWilder shortly after their marriage, and homesteaded there. They later lived in Parma and Ca Id- well, and moved to Nampa in 1929. Mr. Burton died May 22, 1953. Mrs, Burton was a member of Gem of the Mountain Rebekah Lodge No. 5, of Caldwell. Survivors Include a son, Mark Burton of Nampa; two sisters, Mrs. Lyda Doyle of Chinook, Wash., and Mrs. Lydia Faulkner of Portland; three grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Defendant Asks Trial by Jury -J. Earl P. Fithian NAMPA - Earl P. (Mike) Fittiian, GO, Caldwell Route 4, cleric for the Boise Project Board ofControlformanyyears, died at a Boise hospital Saturday after a short illness. Services for him will be conducted attheAlsipFuneral Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday, with the Rev. Harold Nye of the Twin Falls Methodist Church officiating. Interment riles wlllbecon- BIRTHS MOORE-- To Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Moore, Homcdale, aboy, born July 3 at Mercy Hospital. DUFRE- To Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Outre, 523 19th Ave. S., Nampa, a girl, born July 10 at Mercy Hospital. Land Board Plans Parley BOI?£ (I'PI) - The I A a 1 0 Stale Land Board left Boise Monday for a series of meetings with the Army Corps of Engineers and other officials on construction plans at Dworshak Dam. Slate officials in the land board party were Gov. Don Samuelson, Ally. Gen. A l l a n Sliepard, State Auditor Joe Willians, Secretary of State Pete Cenarrusa and State Superintendent of Public Instruction D. F. Engelking. The meetings were b e i n g held at Boehls Cabin on the north fork ot the Clearwater River, about 50 miles from the actual site o! the dam. prospect, House-Senate conferees were greeted with the urgent business ot trying to avoid a nationwide railroad strike. They must try lo fashion a compromise bill lo head off a . walkout that has twice been postponed by congressional action. P.L. (Eoyl Siemiller, president of the International young men were rejected by the selected by the House, military. "(Former Alabama governor After these men have been George) Wallace has a real found mentally incompetent to following in this country. He's serve in the armed services, fooling some people. Underneath they are sent out an open door, it all he's a racist. I hope he's the Idaho senator said, not fooling any of you." "Instead of letting them go, If neither Democratic nor Rewe think that's the time to take publican presidential candidate these young men in hand," he receives a majority of votes cast stated. because of Wallace's popularity, "Take these young fellows and the president would be elected put them inrehabilitationcamps. by the new House of Represents- Association of "The Defense Department is tives. Each state would have only ( IA M), warned m closing down camps all over the one vole. Interview that his United States. And we're retlr- "H Idaho had one Democrat ing officers who are in their early and one Republican, Its vote 50s. would be split and thus would be "This is the proper place to cancelled out," Jordan said, bring these professionals in to Hearing Is Postponed June 16. Ada County Prosecutor Wayne Kidwell declined to say whether Quinlivan would be charged with murder. He said: "I plan to take a good, close look at the file make a decision on it." OWYHEE, Ore. - The Malheur County sheriff's department continued a search in Lake Owyhee today for the body of Rob Toole, 21, Parma, believed drowned in a boating accident Wednesday. Toole was not found after the mishap. His uncle, Perry Tid- Big Crop Seen BOISE (UPI) - A prediction well, Nyssa, was rescued. ,««,««« ot B!»« ^eat prices this year Sfofab/ng Reported "tSSS ?±iTonS"^ 'WUPO-StanBorges, members would not wail indefinitely for Congress to act. onomist. The economist, Quentin Banks, day from two stab wounds in his stomach. He was hospitalized help make these young men fit, to build them up so they can go from thisintermediaryplaceinto military service. "This is the Republican answer to the problem. He noted that proMems also exist in the country. "In 1947 we were getting a weight for sleers than we are in 1967. The same is true of sugar beets. The price 20 years ago was as good as it is now." CALDWELL - The robbery hearing of Ronald Carter, 30, Terminal Hotel, Nampa, was continued until 10 a.m. Wednesday in Caldwell Justice Court said forecasts » e an dah Jerome crcp of more than 54 million * ^ - w bushels, 42 per cent above.a ^ ^.^ occl)rrerj in ,,, family affair." Ask Court Reform COEUR D'ALENE (UP!) - A WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. resolution calling for a renewed .,_n Jordan says his proposed campaign for court reform leg- off a country road just north ame ndment lo the Wild Rivers jslation similar to that turned of Notus and struck a power Bi n Soes no i see ^ building of down by Idaho's 39th Legislature pole. da ras O n sections of the Salmon was adopted here by the Idaho or Clearwater rivers included Car Hits Pole, Driver Unhurt CALDWELL - A 22-year-old Notus n:sui, Andres Garza, escaped injury Saturdaynight when the auto he was driving went 42 per cent above a year ago and 39 per cent above average. Proposal Clarified dollar more per hundred- Monday to allow Carter an op- Garza loW Canyon County O r Clearwater rivers included Bar Association. portunity to obtain an attorney shenffs deputies that he had in the legislation- "contrary ether resolutions approved at Carter is accused of robbing passed anoltler vehicle when he {o what some have attempted to the closeoftheassociation'scon- James Frank Cain, NampaRoute lost , c . ont TM 1 ot w . s ^r andslam- ^el my proposal." vention Saturday called for a re- 1, July 4 of a watch, billfold and Twenty years ago, he said the money. Carter is free on$3,000 national per capita income was bond. $1,176. Now it Is about $2,100. 'Yet agriculture has notbene- lost control of his car and slammed into the pole. His car had !o be towed from the scene. Deputies Cite Youth Lur/een Receives Surgery dale was set for 10 a.m. Thursday, July 13. Contributions in his memory may be given to the Heart Fund CALDWELL -- A 26-year-old or the Cancer Fund, or flowers Caldwell man, Lawrence earns may be sent. Thomas, pleaded Innocent in Jus- Mr. Fithian was born March tice Court last Friday to charges 30,1907, JnWolbach, Neb., where of driving while intoxicated and , he was reared and educated. He being drunk and,disorderly. "was married Aug. 31, 1929, al' "Thoir,as, of Caldwell Route 3, SI. Paul, Neb., to Helen Dollar- requested a jury'trial. He is hide^ They moved In 1035 lo Ihe 1 free on $200 bond. The (rial Boise Valley, where they had lived since. He was a member of Nampa Lodge No. 29, A.F. A.M.; Cyrus Chapter No. 2, Royal Arch Misons; Idaho Commandary, Knights Templar; El Korah Shrine Temple of Boise; Nampa Shrine Club; Nampa Chapter No. 30, Order of Eastern Star; and Nampa Lodge No. 1389, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Fithian are a son, Larry D. Fithian of Salinas, Call!.; three sisters, Mrs. Earl NaylorandMrs. Wesley Jennings, both ol New Plymouth, and Mrs. VernBullen waler-Potlatch Timber Prolec- P«ing the best bargain he ever live Association. TM TM~ l{ ook . ^* cel ! CALDWELL- A Nampa youth Samuelson and the oilier slate of his income for food Now it who rammed his car intothe rear ducted by Nampa Lodge No. 29, officials tentatively planned to Z^v fnv f«M " ° f anolhw auto Satal *S" lI 6 M A.F. 4A.M.,atHillcrestMem- return lo Boise late Tuesday TMTMTM'?' TM* Ilhhn , nl1 was cited for recklessdrivingby HOUSTON (UPI) - Lurleen orlal Gardens on Karcher Road, night or Wednesday morning. £*TM£ o«ur1968 Maiho con- Canyon county Sheriff's dep-Wallace, governor of Alabama, gressionai races, Jordan notea u fj es _ went into surgery today at M.D. that'too much alreadynasbeen Rosendo Oliverez, 17,ofNam- Anderson Hospital and Tumor said about the Senate seat (held ^ Route 4 toW deputies through Institute for a malignant growth by Democrat Frank Church). a n interpreter that he had been doctors found in her abdomen. "He's enjoying this recall following a car driven by Earle Her husband, former Gov. E. ~ ' WEATHER Stock Ma rket DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Nocn) 30 Industrials . .672.69 up 3.64 20 Rails ....... 262.73 up 1.98 15 Utilities. . . .132.51 up .26 65 Stocks . . . . ,322.07 up 1.02 FROM DALY 4 CO,, BOISE of Royal City, Wash.; and seven grandchildren. NAMPA--Word was received _ , here today of the death at Spo- COfS Damaged kane, Wash., Sunday night of Tamejlro Watanabe, 94, ofNam- pa Route 2, while he was visiting in the Washington city. Allied Stores ....... ,32 7/8 American Bosch ...... 42 1/4 _ .. American Tel ....... si s/8 Tamejifo Wafanabe American Tobacco. . . .32 1/2 Anaconda ......... IB 1/4 Bethlehem ........ 32 7/8 Boeing ........... 99 3/4 Chrysler ....... , At 1/2 Continental Oil ..... 66 3/4 Crane. .......... 45 1/2 Crucible Steel ..... 24 7/8 McDonnel-Douglas ..... 55 DuPonl .......... 151'1/z Eastman KodaX ..... 143 1/4 General Electric ..... 86 5/6 General Foods ...... 75 1/4 General Motors ...... 79 7/8 Idaho Power ........ 32 3/8 IBM ............. 504 3/4 Kennecoll Copper ..... 46 Ligjett 4 Myers ...... 72 1/4 Lockheed Aircraft. . . ,"?3 1/2 Montgomery Ward ...... 24 1/4 National Biscuit. , , . . ..44 7/6 New York Central ..... 82 3/4 North Am. Aviation. . . .49 1/4 Parke Davis ........ 27 Pan American ....... 32 3/8 J.C. Penney ......... 63 Pennsylvania U.R ..... 6B 1/2 A,J, Industries ........ 7 Am. Airlines ........ 45 1/4 Baxter Lab ......... 71 7/8 Gamble-Skogmo ...... 29 1/2 Phillips Petroleum ..... 63 Radio Corporation ..... 50 3/4 Republic Steel ........ 44 3/4 Reynolds Tobacco ..... 38 3/4 Rockwell Spring 4 Axle. .36 3/4 Safeway ........... 23 .St. Regis Paper ....... 30 3/8 Sears .............. 57 3/8 Sinclair Oil ......... 73 3/8 Mobil Oil ........... 41 Southern Pacific ...... 29 7/8 Sperry Hand ......... 33 3/8 Standard Oil ofCallf ..... 56 standard oil of N.J. . . .60 5/8 30, Wilder Route 2, was reported union Pacific ....... 42 1/4 jn " go0 d" condition today at United Airlines ...... so 1/2 Caldwell Kem orial Hospital w«stin ee hous' e : : '. '. Y iss 3/8 *here he is recovering from a Woolwonh ........ 31 1/4 recurrence of a back ailment Youngslown steel ..... 31 7/8 for which he recently had sur- Morrison Knudsen 2S 5/8-26 1/6 fjery. imermountaii. Gas Ml/4-143/4 Gro0 m was at the Caldwell ' . . '.Vs. ?/4 ^mmlng pool Smday .ten, in Affiliated. . . .'. . .8,36-9.60 the words of a witness, "he Fidelity cap ..... 15.37-16,71 grabbed his back and fell." Am. Mulual ..... 10.72-11.72 Groom's doctor was sum- Pufwm cr ...... J3,77-15.05 mnned and (, e accompanied MUiipor*. . . . . . · · · · « - « GMOm ln an ambllhnce to the :,;;; '.%« Caldwell h^M whe;e Groom ..... 14.76-15.13 is reportedly "resting com- DowThtory ........ «.09-«.75 fortably." Theology Class Opens Tonight NAMPA - Adull theology classes under Ihe direction of the Rev" Rotert "Haggelt S.M. will begin at 7:30 p.m; today in the art roomofSt. Paul'sSchool. NATIONAL The classes are open to adults of any parish and friends. All Atlanta are invited to attend. Bismarck The classes will continue for Boise seven weeks on Mondays. Topics Boston lo be covered include: GodActs Caldwell InHumanEvenls.ContentofRev- Calgary elation, How to Communicate Chicago Revelation, Forms of Revela- Cleveland lion-Bible and Tradition, Stages Denver of Revelation Part I and Part rjes Moines n, The Laymen's Role in the Detroit Church. Fairbanks In this "Year of Failh" as Fort Worth proclaimed by Pope Paul, here Indianapolis is a good way to renew your Honolulu faith by increasing your under- Jacksonville standing of it, sponsors of the juneau classes said. Kansas City For further information, in- La S Vegas terested people may phone Mrs. LOS Angeles Durston, 70, 1903 Lincoln George Wallace, was at his Ave.,, and that Durston wife's side before she was taken Said Sen. Jordan: "In fact, my vision of advisory fee schedules, amendment specifies that a study of deeds of trust, and no development that alters the appointment of a committee to free Howing characteristics of study Idaho's adoption laws, these streams shall be allowed during (he five-year moratorium granted fo allow [daho water agencies time to complete these water studies." Saudi Oil Sales Slated for U.S. CAIRO (UPI)-Saudi Arabia today appeared ready fo resume pumping oil to the United States and Greal Britain. The Saudi Arabian Jeddah Radio quoted a government statement as saying: "The Harold Cragin 466-3079. Memphis Miami Mpls-St. Paul Nampa New Orleans New York Omaha Philadelphia Youth Found Dead in Car POCATELLO (UPI) - A 17- year-old Pocatello y o u t h was dead on arrival at Bannock Memorial Hospital Sunday night. Ronald Charles Dial was found lying in the front seat ot t h e family car by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. 0. E. Dial when they returned from a dinner engagement. The car was in the garage with the motor running. Artificial mouth-to-mouth resuscitation was attempted by the boy's father and n eight" rs but failed. The elder Dial is chairman of the department of government at Idaho Stale Universily, Patient's Back Ailment Recurs CA!..DWELI^- Dale Groom, In Collision CALDWELL - A rear end collision Sunday night on High- Portland", Ore. way 19 about four miles west §(_ LOU| S of Caldwell resulted in only salt Lake City moderate damage to both vehic- ,, Diego les, according lo Canyon County g, n Francisco sheriff reports. Seattle Robert H. Macy, 52, of 2515 Spokane S. Illinois Ave., Caldwell, re- Washington portediy was attempting a left Winnipeg turn into Frank Aviation field when his aulo was struck in the Max 83 90 89 81 69 80 89 84 S3 90 17 96 87 88 92 G4 90 106 86 84 85 92 85 88 86 V, 87 9V 74 60 72 75 89 18 Win. 65 59 59 73 58 39 69 10 56 67 68 53 79 71 77 73 Oliverez said he got mad and It was the second time in two smashed into the other auto,'years Mrs. Wallace,theralion's shoving it an eslimated 200 feet only woman governor, had before coming to a stop. undergone surgery for a malig- Sheriff's reports indicated that nancy. The first was a uterine Oliverez then lefl Hie scene be- growth removed in 1965.The4G- fore deputies arrived. He was year-old governor was reported stopped and brought back by Dick cured after that operation, but a Mark of Nampa Route 4, whohad routine physical examination witnessed the incident from his recently showed the cancer had yard. Blue Cross To Expand BOISE (UPI) - L e o n a r d 41 Thompson, Boise, said Sunday V3 an addition to the Blue Cross 81 Idaho head office in Boise will 63 double the present floor space 75 in Ihe building at 1501 Federal 79 way. G8 Excavation for Ihe two story 59 addilion started June 21 follow- 75 jng award of the contract to 72 Mattes Construction Co. 64 The two-level office is being 71 constructed immediately adja- 54 cent to the existing building. 75 when completed sometime 57 during late fall, the new struc- 64 ture will nearly double the 53 existing floor space and will 55 house the data processing de- 4fi partmenl including Ihe new 360 73 computer, systems and pro- 57 gramming, subscriber service, relumed. Before today's operation began, under direction of Dr. R. Lee Clark, surgeon-in-chief at the famous cancer facility, doctors had become certain of sxistPiis of the malignancy, but could not pin down its location other than that it was in Mrs. Wallace's lower abdomen. Clark said he did not know how long it would take Mrs. Wallace to recover enough to resume her duties. to prove the United Slates and Britain helped Israel's aggression against Ihe Arab countries. "Therefore, the logical and practical reasons forbanningoil exports to these two countries are no longer valid." Saudi Arabia, along with the rest of the Arab world, cut oil supplies to Ihe West in support of Arab charges that British and American warplanes aided Israeli jets in last month's Middle East war. Africa Film Slated HOMEDALE - Celia Cowan, Homedale, aformer missionary, will present a film on Africa at a meetingoftheHomedaleSenior Citizens Club al the Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 13. NOW DEAFNESS MAY BE HELPED WITHOUT SURGERY Billings, Montana (Special) -- For years, many people, thought the only perrnherit cure for deafness was thru surgery. But a hew invention (by a deal inventor) is proving that you can have good hearing again without surgery. This new invention is completely different from a hearing aid. It gives you good hearing (and let's you UNDERSTAND what you hear) without cords, wires, and with nothing in your clothes, on your glasses or behind your ear. To learn more about this new way to hear better w i t h o u t painful surgery, wrile Ihe inventor, care ol Mountain States Hearing Service, 4 North Broadway, Billings, Montana. No cost or obligation, now or ever. office services, printing and Sunday's highwaslllalBlythe slorage and the claims depart- rear by a car driven by Rene ^A Needles, Calif. me nt. G. Flores, 21, of Box 70, Cald- This morning's low was 37 at well Labor Camp. Kalispell, Mont. PACIFIC UPHOLSTERY I 921 N. 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