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Around about The Nampa area 'flip Idaho Free I'ri'ss. Tuesday. February 18.1375 -- 3 · Advisory council gains new members JAPANESE AMERICAN contributions lo agriculture in Hie area arc pointed mil in a panel discussion a( Ihc final Japanese American Heritage Series program. From left, participants are Mas Yamasliila. Caldwell, who discussed marketing and packing; John Arima. Cahtwell, seed production; Vosliiu Takahashi, I'arma. row crop, dairying anil cattle; Henry Suyeliira. Kinmotl, vegetables am! f r u i t , and H a i r y Kujishin, Humedalo, wlm iiKrudueed Ilieui. TIXY VIOLINS go with liny people who are charmed w i t h · the applause (hey receive after playing them. Students of June Kami, kneeling, right, Ihe youngsters study the Suruki 'method which involves their mothers in the training. The ' mothers, standing behind, then look Ihc little instruments and showed that they loo knew how to pull Ihe bow across t h e strings. The demonstration w;is at the final program for a six week scries nn the J a p a n e s e American conlrilmlioiis to this area. I S I a f f l ' l i o l o ) Heritage series Courage marks achievements of Idaho Japanese-Americans By RosalynO. Rarry CALDWELI.,--From railroad laborer to doctor, merchant, land owner; from internment camps to community positions of respect and leadership: this is the heritage of Ihe Japanese Americans which when (raced from the first immigrants to today shows a heroic people of patience, f a i t h a n d ' s t r o n g family commitment. Ir, should nol be surprising t h e n , lo f i n d Caucasian Americans who look at this achievement and then a their own sometimes turbulent ways and* broken lies turning often lod'ay to zen, to Japanese literature, philosophy or religion, in search, perhaps of calmness. These thoughts emerge after a series of six Japanese Heritage p r o g r a m s held d u r i n g (he winter session at Ihc College of Idaho. The series paid tribute lo Die many posilivc achievements of Ihe Issei and N'ifei, bul wilh a look at the hisjpry behind it, onecan only be imWessed that throughout the series p r e s e n t a t i o n of that history. Ibcre was no indication ofjbillerncss at the way the Japanese were discriminated against or misunderstood. fci summarizing some of this hejilage and looking ahead (or IhS f u t u r e of Japanese Africans, Tommy Miyasaki. spfaking al Ihc last program, characterized the courage n*tssary for Ihe United Slates ai$ said: "We may be diverse^ bud'we cannot be divided; we mjV be free bul we cannot fo$gel Ihc i m p o r l a n c o nf discipline" HVc h a v e risen," he said, "(ftrni one of the most haled nSiorilics lo being accepted in oiV-communitics. We musl feel pfeUd that we are American cozens and can enjoy the frjlfdom so few people in Ihe wprld have enjoyed and can rise lo thai place where our own talents are able lo take us." Miyasaki continued thai Ihe "day will come when a person will be judged on achievement, not on his physical characteristics. I trust in an America like this...If m i l l i o n s were willing to die for her ( t h e freedom of the United States), can'l we live for her. and work to heal her afflictions and not indulge in hale of each other?" Concerning the f u t u r e of Japanese Americans, he said "Iheirchoices of what they want to he is up to them: they can be anything they want." Miyasaki personifies what he was talking about, lie relumed a blinded veteran from Ihc United Stales armed forces in World War II. With the help of his wife, he obtained a bachelor nf science degree in agriculture from Utah Slate University, entered Ihe poultry business at liexburg and raised a family. Then he returned to school-, for graduate training in counseling and guidance and today is a counselor at the slate youlh training center, SI. Anthony Achievements of many of the Japanese Americans in this area were depicted in a slide presentation at Ihe [inal scries program, with the photos showing Ihc many jypcs of businesses and professions in which Issci, Nisei and Sansei ( t h i r d g e n e r a t i o n ) are employed. The slides were shown by Barry Fujishin, llomedale. Earlier in Ihe program, Mrs. June Ilami of Nampa presented a group of violin studcnls, from age 3 up through high school, who demonstrated their ability in learning to play Ihe instrument by the Suzuki method. M r s . I t a m i , who started leaching the method about seven years ago. read from the philosophy of Suzuki who believes that talenl is no accident of bfrlh and ll's sad thai loo nijiny people feel if they are nol born with it. (hey don't have it. "Consequently t h e y go through life without knowing true joy A panel on a g r i c u l t u r e discussed Ihe devclopmenl of l h a t business among (he Japanese Americans. Henry Suyehira, E m m e t l , speaking on vegetables and fruit, recalled Ihe days when produce was delivered by horse and wagon or .Model T, "all at Ihc fast speed of 15 m.p.h." Vosllio Takahas'lii, P a r m a , row crop farming, dairying and c a t t l e , (raced the history, pointing oul (bat after being relocated here during World W a r I I m a n y J a p a n e s e Americans chose lo stay and wilh bard work and the help of irrigalion developed good farm lands. "Now we have a lot of big farmers." he said, "and Ihe f u t u r e looks very bright." John Arima, Caldwell. seed p r o d u c t i o n , noted t h a t rclocalion brought him here in 1943, "sponsored by the Crookham Company. I came will] several oihers and we thought, if we were lucky, we would have a few months work, maybe up lo October. But we found out different. We've been working ever since." He recalled (hat onion seed heads had lo be cut by hand, while workers dragged gunny sacks around wilh them, and he referred to Ihe inlroduclion of (he hybrid onion in 1925 and its development and value to the area since then. Mas Y a m a s h i l a , Caldwell, marketing and packing, com- mt'nled "it is a long history left to us to imagine the hardships and wages-starling at $1 a day lo what they are today." He nnled thai Hie farmers found they could save money by forming associations, packing and shipping (heir own produce, and many of [hese developed into successful businesses. CUM SCOUT TRAINING Cub Seoul ( r a i n i n g lor all leaders and commillees in Canyon Soulh District (Canyon County i will be held Feb. 19 untl 2fi al 7:30 p.m. at Wilson School in (.'.ildvveil. M A J O R S A N D M I N O R S Majors and Minors will rehearse tonighl at 7:30al the Community Center. Women are lo bring earrings and pastel-colored gowns. W E D N E S D A Y M E L T I N G - Women of (he Mnose will meet Wednesday al B p.m. at the Moose Lodge. R e f r e s h m e n t ? will be served. VETERANS - A professional service officer from llie Division of Veteran's Affairs, Depart- nirni nf HeulOund Welfare, will lie al iho American Legion Hall in .Nampa Thursday from 9 a.m. 10 -I p.m. lie will assist w i t h pension questionnaires and other m a t t e r s p e r t a i n i n g t o veteran's benefits. DANCE SCHEDULED - A dance will lie sponsored by llie Sociable Seniors Wednesday al H p.m. al Ihe Cmnmunily Center. 'JI2 First SI. S. Everyone is inviled. There will he uldiinic music by Ihe Three Sharps and admission is si. Refreshments will hi' served and bus service is available by calling 4Gli-:i;H. .SINGLES C L U B Thv Treasure Valley Singles Club Inc. will have a dance al llie Mardi Gras in Bnise from U p.m. in 12 midnight Wednesday and Sunday from B:30 to II p.m. All singles are welcome. GEMS A.VO MIN'EUALS The Owyhee Gem and Mineral Society will inccl Wednesday at 8 p.m. al the lioone Science liuilditig on Ihc College of [((aim campus. In aildiliun In tIn- regular program. Amy anil Ed Hiinlley w i l l dcinnnstriiU- Hie Viljui nimbler. Visitors are A M E R I C A N HOME - The American Home Department »f I h e Woman's C c n l u r y C l u b meets ai 1 p.m. Wednesday al i l i c l u m u ' u f d Lucille Litlle. l,oiie SUir Call the luisless if unable lo aiu-iul. LADY ELKS -- Tin- regular mniiihly nieding of ilu- Nampa Uidy Klks will be held Wednesday a' K p.m. al llie Elks' UnlKi'. TliL' Caldwell lodge w i l l VIS1I OLD T 1 M E K S - The Grcenlwrs-i oldtimers w i l l nuei Wednesday al i p.m w i t h Mrs Men d.x. Bi;.\'KITri)l,\'.\KI(- Eagles Aerie iinil Auxiliary No. 2103 w ill liavp a $l.5u-a-|)laie dinner Wednesday starling al IJ: :ill p.m.- ai Aerie Hall. Menibm- are lo bring a large covered dish and own table service. The public is inviled. Meal, refreshment and mils will bo furnished. K N M E E T I N G - The DiMrk'l NIL 'J Registered Nurses will meet Thursday at 7::W p.m. in i h e F a l l H o u m a t Mercy Medical C e n i e r . A m e m b e r of Ihe l.anngi'flomy Club will speak. TO GIVE A W A Y - Two five- weok-nld female puppies need Itiinies. Call 4117-5810. SCISM C L U B - Seism Club will meet wilh Mrs. Laura Agi' 620 I31h Ave. S.. Wednesday al 2 p.m. AliT G U I L D - The Nampa Art Guild will mecl Wednesday at ID a.m. al Ihe Cumrmmily Center. NEEDS HOME -A small i en- m c m i h - o l d hoiisebrnken d'.ig niu'ds a good home. Call 4liG- IW12. ' CAI.DWKI.L - Two lloisoans are new members of Ihe advisory council for the College of Idaho Regional Studies Center, a n n o u n c e d Donna Parsons, director. The appointees a r c : K e i t h I l i f i g i n s i m . iloise. director of (lie Idaho Department u[ Waicr Resources, who has been iiivulvcii in water r i g h t s and i eel a ma I ion a d - mini.straliun iti tins slate since !%:: Phillip Kltff;;er. Alia County commissioner and a former lioise city councilman, involved in land use planning while a councilman. The center carries out a variety of projects in Ihe study n[ all aspects of Ihe lolal environment ol the Snake River region, and serves as a clearing house for research and studies licing carried oul by older i agencies 11 also sponsors ' regional studies in a number of ; economic, environmental and sociological facets. i Meridian Jr. High lists grade honors M E R I D I A N - N a m e s »f stink-ins at Meridian Junior High Schoul who earned places nn the first stinesler honor roll have been animuncert by James F. lloyle. principal. Those nn the t.OO linniir roll arc all-A students; high honors lisiin)! went In those w i l h averages (mm 3.K lo 4 0 . and honors lo Itinsc averaging 3.5 !» 3.B Thcsi 1 niimed were: On the record AFTER A demonstration of Ikehana (flower arranging) Ayako M a l s u k a w a nf Sakai Cily, Japan, a C of I student, discusses (lie triangular form nf the arrangement which she hishlonrrt from blur and w h i t e Iris I K symbolil iv,asciilinily), yrllGH (laffodills and grfeitr ry. (Staff Plinto) MAGlSTIiATK'S Conn. \ani|);i Secliini Tlic following fines were paid md penallies sd recently under M a g i s t r a l e Phil M'orfonl. Anxmnis listed do nol include ihe $7.50 court ccsis charged in each case. .Warrants for contempt of court or failure lo obey citation have been recalled on t h e following persons: Hie L. Anderson, David C-. O'Malley. Stephen liaker, Linda Ijird. Susan C. Wheeler. Carlos Ramirez, Escquiel Hernandez. K e n n e l h Carrulhers, Elaine Polizzi. Ua\ p id Kohbs, Sandra Praler, John 1^. C i a b t r e c . Kichard Armstrong and Ted A. Peterson. Pelil larceny: Shannon Lawrence, Bend, Ore., $100, five days jail suspended, six months probation. Ernestine Haning, 415 Kourlh Ave. S., was found innocent nf llie charge of w i l f u l concealment. Contempt of court: Debra Wilson. 014 I l l h Ave. N.. $25: Stephen Baker, S71 Caldwcll Blvd., S25. Failure l o obev c i t a t i o n : Stephen Baker, 571 Caldwell Blvd., $17.511; Gary t l n l t o n , 24R Blaine, $25. Speeding: Clarence Osier, Boise. S5; Hubert Kilchcn, HIM W. BiHine, S3 on a citaliun issued in Jerome County: Edward Buclila, N'ampa Knule 6, $5: Morris Peicrson, l l o m e d a l e . $10; Gerald Colcman. 10M S. 20ih, $5: Maurice I.eBlanc. I2:i2 Siaic. S5 nn a cilalion issued in Ada Counly; Vance Trankamp, Nampa Box 4fl, $5 on a cilalion issued in Ada County. Speeding: Kennelh Kiinble, 2409 fowa. Caldwell, $24; John Kill ledge. 2209 Caldwell Blvd.. Slfi: Kodncy Short. 312 ICth Ave. N.. S10; Curtis Morris. Meridian, $15: Gary Jackson. Nampa Unule C, S13; Cecil Himsaker, .N'ampa floute 7, SI7 cm a cilalion issued in Ada County: John Green, Northwest Na/arcne College, $10. Speeding: llandall Whittle 2509 S. Ohio. Caldwell, $12.50; Arbcn Andcrseu. Boise, $5; Si even Needs, Nampa Home 4, Si:t: Stephen Baker, 571 Calri- wcll Blvd., $18; Kenneth Bunn, Nyssa, S5; Margaret Mc- Ciirmick. Parma, Sll; Clinl Noidcr, N'ampa Home 3. $19; Terry Cushing. Meridian, $7.50; Sievcn Bean I I I , 1104 Willow, $20 nn a cilalion issued in Ada Counly. - Speeding: N a n c y Henry. Nampa Houle 1, $5; Gregory Eilers, Bnise, SlO; N'cils Tidwcll. Nampa lloulc 2. S I 2 ; Johnny Kields. Nampa Runic 3, $14; .Kevin Campbell, 624 S. Canyon, $21: iVorman Sulonen, Boise, $10; Konald r'nirchilil, 523 Sixth Koad i\'., $15; Darla Bullock. 72!) Like Lowell, $12. Slop sign violation: Darhara Good,Onlario.Ore.,$7.50; Kcilh Seward, Parma. $12.50; Paul Knarr. Marsing, $12.50; Lloyd .Wkiim, Kagle, $12.SO; Gerald Canary. 51)4 li. Colorado. $7.50; David l.ulzc,"' N o r i b w c s l iN'azarene College. S12.5I). Failure lo olx-y a i r a f f i c conifol device: Corliss Lundel. Boise. $10; A n n e Riggins. Caldwell Unule «, $10. Basic rule violation: Dennis Kgan. 212:1 Maple. Caldwcll. $20; Kelly Franklin, Parma. SlO; Stephen Junes. 620 S. Powerline, $10; Steven Spitz- niigle. Evergreen Trailer Courl $12.50. ' F a i l u r e lo y i e l d : Hubert Wallers. 1115 E.'Dewey, SI2.50: Tracy Adamson. 716 Fifth Si X $7.50. Ttie charge of failure lo yield apainsi Scoll Farmer. '2823 A i r p o r t . C a l d w e l l . w a s dismissed. Improper t u r n : Clcmem Walsh, Nampa Hmite 2. $7.50: Hay Shurlliff. 408 !0lh Ave. S. Exl.. $7.50. Inattenlivc driving: Michael Wenger. 1520 Idaho. Ciildwell. $5; birric Flores, 924 lOlh Ave N.. $12.51). Improper lane change: James Smith. Caldwcl! Houle 7. SlO; Barnard Youree, Nampa Houle l . S I O . Wrong w a y : Gaylcn Heikcn, 2205 S. Wisconsin, Caldwell. court costs only. The following bonds were forfeited recently by: Sandra Jones. Boise. $5, speeding; John Sargenl, 556 Gem. S!. speeding; Peggy Hegg, Evergreen Trailer Court. $17.50, slop sign violal ion Speeding: Richard Bowilen Nampa lioute 4. $10; Koberl Whittle. 323 Davis. S5; Searle Hubert, I031S. 20lli.$5: William Morris. Nampa Hfiute C, $5; John Malison. Bnise, Slfi on a citation issued in Ada Counly; Marilyn Hnrner, Xiiinpa Route i'-. $10: Elinor McGinty. Nampa Route 5. $10; Wesley Slori', N a m p a Houle 1. ' $12.50: M e r e d i t h Demiiig. Caldweli Route 3, SlO. Strip sign violation: Angelica Vargas, GIG Seventh Seventh Ave. N.. $12.50:'Alice Raskins. 1715 First St. S., $12.50; Marsha Hackney. 511 Ninth Ave. N., 47.SO; Joseph Barnes, Caldweli Route 5. SI2.50: Laura Dosla). Nampa Houle I , $5; Guy Boxall. Mfi Holland. $12.50; Louise Curl. 511 W, Dakota. $1250. Failure to yield: John Scott. Parma. $7 50; Hubert Flowers 2123 S. Elder, SlO; Frederick Ilarrold, Nampa Box 259'j, $10; Grace Heck. 571 Caldwell B l v d . , $10; Lynde llanners, Northwest Xazarcne College^ $7.50; Charles Pavclka, 512 Klder, $12.50: Cindy Clurc, 921 Colorado. $10. I n a t t e n t i v e driving: Jeffrey llacklcr. N'ampa KnulcJ. $12.50; I.eAnn litanksma. 1112S. Slate. $12.50; Hicarrtn Gonzales, 220 First Si. N. Ext.. $25; Linda Marlon, 206 Florence. $12.50. Basic rule violation: John Gray, (if* SixJh SI. N , $7.50; Eunice Beran. R I O lOlh Ave. S., $5; Donnir Winters, Calriwell R o u t e 2. $10. Stanley I l i n , Nampa Houlp 4, $10. . l.iin Iliuuir lioll -- John T. Berg. Marianne Bjornn. Sieve !·'. Brycc. Linda Ann Christen. Lisa Clirisiensen. Joseph D. Creed. Deanna M. Dow. Becky I.. H a m m o n d . R a n d a l l L. Hardy. Doris .1. Hay w a r d ; Tracy L. Kepiier. Dauna Lea McCtirisiian. Vicki Jo Parsley Michael I). Hicks. I'alarie H u n d c j U i s I , J i l l Saunders. (.'eiirgc A. Traiisiruni. Susan E. Wilder. Jeaiinine 1, Williams. High lloiiin- li'ill -- Jennifer J. Allen. Barry P. Baker, Joseph ) J . Barru.s. Hubert V. Carr, Lisa ... C a s i a g n o l a . Palricia A. Coniiely. .Shcrie L. Karmvorlh. Ixiri Lee Frilz. Scull L. Graham, l-uri A. Graves. Linda J. Grim, Gerald K. Hem. Diane K. House. Leiane I n g e r s u l l . .liiann M. Julmsun. Lorraine A. Lipinski. DarcyL. Munijjiunery. Katbryn G. iNeiiuiibcr, Sharon Lee Peel. Michael Rnsmussen, Dcnac C. Siminons. Dan L. Walker. HomirKoll -- Lorena J. Akins. Sonja Jo Bulen. Brian Burgess. Philip A. Cain. Mailhcw H. Clarke. Bynin Cuthrane, Cullen W. C o n n o l l y . Kimberly J. Cookson. Susan 1. Couch. Paul M. Evans. Carla J. Fischer, Kaihryn Mae Flack, Shannon , . F l a n a r y , B r i a n P. '' Fax. 1 - C'harlenc E. Gardner. Gay Lynn Garvin. Cynthia Marie Geile. Brcnda Lee Gould. Shellie H. Gulhrie. Jodi L. Hancock. Lisa Marie Hermes, Jerald K. llulluway. A n i t a M. llulsc. Mary E. KrsuJ. Richard R. Lane'. Brian H. Lcfcvre. Lurie K. U'h- man. liomite Al. LindJev. Jolitie K. Lloyd. Kelly J. Lloyd. .Marc AI. Ijifsterii. David L. Lower. Ken M. Mahoney. Kimberly I. Maloll. Susan L. Marsh. J a n i n e D, Mefford, Jackie K.~ McJson, Tamara L. Overtoil. Kevin L P a c k a r d . Flip F. Phillips. Andrew M. Puller. Ronald A. Habehl. Ixjri D. Kilcy. Colleen A. Hundlc. Shauna M. Sanders. Diane D. Schnebly, Becky Shcaslcy. Annette L. Silliman, Heidi A. Spangcrbcrg. Gerald ('·. Sprulc. Linda L. Stuart. Ronald D. Van Order. Gerald j] Wailc. Daniel V. Weeks. An- Ihraiy D. Wcllon. William D. Weslergard. M a r i h a G. Williams. Chandos M. Young SKVEXTII GRADE 1.00 Honor Roll - A n n e Arquil. Becky Brown, Julie B. Corley, Lisa Koalsl, Brenda Hurl, Mary Koberslein, Kclli Mahan. Shannon Myers. Tina Nord. Lynnetfe Peters. Diane Guong. Brandon Schmcckpeper, Corey Siouicnhurg. High Honor Roll -- Teresa Arnuld. .Micliclc Callcy. Ellen Connolly, Stan Graham.' Rhonda Greene. Chad Hammond, Teri Hardy. Tim Hill. Marcic Hulse, Ijiri Larrondy. Darci Mayhcw. K a i h r y n Nelson. J a n i n e A' Raascb. Dcnise Jo Reed. Nancy Uehak. Jennifer Ricks, Lori Ruljinsini. Viclti Statford. Tracy Studdard. lloiinr Hull -- Janell Ahrens. 1/iraine Akins. Decna Ballarii. Mary Bjnrk. K a i b i limbeck. B r a d l e y Campbell. M a r y Canning. Palricia Carico. Lucia Ciiclirane, Betina Craig. Hick . Davis. Sally Davis, .-Man W. j Dodd, Pal U i i m y . Bryce J Flanary. Randy French, jeri I Fril z. Russell Fulcher. Shelley i G a r d n e r . P a l r i c i a H a r r i s , j ileaiher A. Hill. Robert Hoff- j man. Dana H o l s t i n e . Cindy i Johnson. Teri Kaylur. ' ! Guy Kcrr. Tudd'Kirk. Brad T. | Knipe. Karalee Lcavill. Stanley | B L i n d s a y . Sieve Lorcher, ! K r i s i i n N'elson, L y n n e l l e ' Nesbitl, Brcnda Nicolls. Jeffrey ; Pallen. Tndd Quinowski. Lynn ' Reese. Candacc Robinson. ', Connie Rowe. Sieve Sells. An- ' nelte Slaalliaug. Roger Smith, i David Sianden. Laura I Tbomason. Kelly Ann Tolsma. ! Tom Turner. Denise V i a u . ' Melody W a l l e n i i n e . Rodney I Wiiin. Pally Wirlh. " .] Girls held for ffieff j i of cmfo ; NAMPA-Two Caldwell girls j have been arrested in Boise -. after they allegedly stole a car 1 from a Nampa parking lot and j drove it lo Boise. ' According lo Nampa police ! r e p o r t s . Georgia H a r l . of 1 Meridian, did nol know her car : had been stolen until Boise · Police D e p a r t m e n t i n f o r m e d ] her it had been recovered. The } 1972'Ponliac Grand Prix was 1 a p p a r e n l l y t a k e n from Ihe j parking lot of Idaho Concrele ' Pipe Co.. 222 Caldwell Blvd. j Boise police detained two I juvenile girls from Caldwell, ; aged H and II. The car. which ; was undamaged, was returned · la Ms. Harl. . ; In another complain! Monday, ) Vicki Dyas, 116 J u n i p e r , reported the theft of two wed- i ding ring .sets from her ,' residence. She described Ihe J rings as one with rubies and the · other wilh a solitaire diamond. ! Value of the sets was $400. J Plane mechanic i i wins state title ; SEATTLE - Ronald L. Stairs ' nf Idaho Falls bas been named · ihe Idaho winner of the Federal I A v i a t i o n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s ; annual a v i a t i o n M e c h a n i c · Safety Award Program, general ! aviation category. J Si airs, who is employed by Ihe ' Red Baron Flying Service, was f selected as Idaho's outstanding ! mechanic for 1974 on th.e basis of ! his modification to the car- ' burelor air box in light aircraft. i Siairs' development was ; designed to increase service life f and reliability of this item of i e q u i p m e n t , as well as in- ' creasing safety and ease of ~ maintenance. J. Besides S t a i r s , other " nominations for the honor included Ned T. Home and Joe Vrazabcl of Boise and Ken Morrow of Nampa. SUNSHINE v-r;^- BOOKKEEPING* 1 ; ; - - u. SECRETARIAL A " " SERVICE 7?rr v 1209 3rd Street So : ' PHOHE 467-57S1 VaRena Offers You Reliable, Accurate, Bookkeeping Service at Reasonable Rates.

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