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·· Lynn Kenneth Obituaries Criminoiogist thinks she was =V : : ;: i\ : . nAii n Lynn Kenneth died Monday al his home of natural causes. Services are pending al F l a h i f f Funeral Chapel. Nampa. Charlie L.Timmerman P A R M A - Smices f o r Charlie l.eroy Timmerman 78 Parma, who died Sunday in a Boise hospital, will be conducted ?! 2 P.m. Thursday at Licnkaemper Funeral Chapel Nyssa, by Rev. Paul Yadon' pastor of the Parma United Pentecostal Church. Interment will be in Nyssa under direction of American Legion Posl No 79 Nyssa. ' ' He was born Feb. 11, 1698 in Maryetla, 111. He moved to Idaho in 1912 and lived most of his life in the Boise Vallev except for a few years in Oregon. He had been a barber. He served in the Navy in World War I. He is survived by his wife. Jean, Parma; five daughters, Irene Whiting, Cheyenne, Wyo.l Velma Aven, Emmett. Genevieve Bourgel, Boise Daisy Fields, New Plymouth] and Bonnie Welter, Lockport. 111.; a son. George, Ontario; two brothers. Howard, Eureka. Calif., and Lloyd, Beloit, Wis.; two sisters. Mabel Jones. Springfield, Ore., and Margaret M a t t e r n , Boise; H grandchildren: and nine great- grandchildren. f d Jones CALDWELL - Ed Jones 77 1124 Arthur, Caldivell. died Sunday al home. Services are pending at F l a h i f f Funeral Chapel. Caldwell. Inez Bell The Idaho Free Press k The News-Tribune. Tuesday, March 9.1976-A-jh : 'queen'? SAN FRANCISCO (UPIl -- rebellious lec:i-aacr who Innlt Eroun j , ,_ Patricia Hearst's kidnapers drugs disliked her narems "She did nol narliri.nm in ti, n TM'S W1 rCf( " m independent view of sexuality IreaM her as "queen" ofV engaged in^·« MouKui banMj W fear" lo ToU^ha^" 1 'nt ""- '""* !" ^ Symbionesc Liberation Army teachers, was bored with her life." he testified, "She diri il liid the HlWJia ittt^ntinn finnr-n .nnH liml fn nni .M« n r IL..I.I tisi1n..rn..M.. ».. ,, i. r .. o«iu. Monday Services are pending al Robison-Jerread Chapel of (he Chimes. Li'/ie M. /vex NAMPA -- Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Mae Ivey, 80, 576 Sunset Ave., Nampa, who died in a Nampa nursing home Sunday following an extended illness, will be conducled Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel. Nampa with Dr. James 0. York Sr., pastor of the Nampa First Christian Church, officiating. Interment will follow in the Hillcresl Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Ivcy was born April 10, 1895 at Fullerton, Neb., where she was reared and attended schools, graduating from Chester Louie Sfeefe .Nampa. Paul L. Kugler n , ? « , oxaminalion today from defense 9{J ° el Fw«fSan Francisco attorney K. Lcc Bailey, who !"' I*' Q?7 V Mress sh ° l " C(l TMTMTM«°TM " him joined the SLA wilhm a month of during preliminary questionim- fiance and lied lo gel out of light voluntarily as a member of'tlic "Fort said he believes Miss ' SLA ' Hearsl, kidnaped fell -I, im, cnnverled lo Ihe her abduction and willingly participated in the holdup NAMPA - Chester Lowe because she was ripe for con- Jamos frowning jr' Stecle, 68. 120 19th Ave. N., version to an exciting new Hearst was as the Nampa. died al his home lifestyle, Monday. Services are pending "Something was missing in at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel, her life," he said. X1 Forl said Miss Hearst was bored and dissatisfied and felt her life lacked a sense of meaning. As a result, he said, Nampa Route 4, died" at a Nampa hospilal Monday. Services are pending at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel, N'ampa. John B. Harris BOISF, - Services for John B. "Red" Harris, 76, Boise, who died Sunday at home, will be conducted al l p.m. Wednesday al Relyea Funeral Chapel by Pastor R. H. Buck of the Central Assembly Church. Intermcnl will be al Terrace Lawn last week. Fovl was asked by prosecutor ' i f Miss , defense claims, "the only soldier in an army of generals'?" "No, 1 think she w;is a queen," he said. Explaining lhal remark, Forl snirt he believed both Miss Hearsl and her kidnapers Asked about her testimony that she fired l\vo weapons at a Los Angeles sporting goods store in a "reflex action," Fort replied: "Hindil unbelievable." Furl, a criminologist and physician who has testified in 27U criminal cases, rejected three defense psychiatrists' analysis thai Miss Hearst suf- " was converted lo Ihe SLA's philosophy by March 1 and did not spend 57 days in liny closets, ns estimated by defense experts. He conceded her abduction inusl have been terrifying. His assessment of Ihe dclend- iint befcre her kidnaping: "She was extremely independen Fort said Miss Hearst lold him she had experimented wilh marijuana, mescaline and LSD and always had "good trips.' 1 ' Mimi Swanton, a friend or -Miss Hearsl and her ex-fiance; Steven Weed, told defense psychiatrists the heiress would "lie if necessary lo gel herself out of anything." Fort testified. He said Ihe defendant expressed a growing dissatisfaction with Weed and was having; - · - - ' - - --· ..V...O. am- slrong willed, rebellious, well j \. , fered a traumatic neurosis" educated, intelligent, but nol doutls abcul . marrying bin because of her treatment by the particularly intellectually in- kidnapers and joined Itiem in Ihe clined " April 15, 1974, robbery because of "coercive persuasion." The doctor, who docs not have prior lo the- kidnaping. "She resented his attitude He said there had been con- toward her as a woman. She was flicls al her parochial schools, expecled lo cook and clean up particularly wilh nuns, and she for him and to be readv NAMPA - Paul L. Kugler, 33, sh p wTM "imnr»TM7 T ""il"' ·"·"'" """ lm ' "innapers i ne uocior, wno noes nol have parlicularlv wilh nuns and she sys-wKis ssssfftrr. :ss.SH2K krr^iS: ·!--:.·.«»;,--,,; Jliefs. m c d a i h r n i i g h n i i t i h n u w i f t i h . , ) si ,\ monthTM... ....! .i 1 - n - , B . .. .-'"" snc l(lln mm VA*~:. 3«-"»« him Harold L Smith MOUNTAIN HOME - Services for Harold Ivan Smith. 54. Mountain Home, who died Sunday of natural causes in a Gooding nursing home, will be «··..- « a m v n e u uy ner conducted a! 2 p.m. Wednesday husband of Nampa; one son, al Humphreys Funeral Home. Vern E. Ivey, Nampa- --M o u n t a i n Home, by Bishop Richard W. Johnson. Interment will be al Mountain View Cemetery, Mountain Home. ·Among area survivors is a brother, Sam Smith. Nampa. Fullerton High School. She was Cemetery, married to Clyde V. Ivey in 1917 Among area survivors is a at Kullerton. Prior lo her son. Robert E., Nampa. marriage she had laught school in Fullerlon. Following their marriage (hey farmed in the Fullerton area until 1943 when Ihey moved lo Nampa where they have since made (heir home. She was a member of Ihe Nampa First Christian Church. She is survived by her Fossil closes a gap E. Ivey, Nampa; one daughter. Mrs. LaVera Sims. N a m p a ; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Ivey, Nampa; seven grandchildren and seven greal- grandchildren. She was Project probe planned WASHINGTON ( U P D - A sel of dusty eyebrows protruding from a rocky Kenyan hillside led to the discovery of a Ite million- year-old skull that fills a gap in Ihe lineage of man. Walter F. Clark STAR -- Services for Waiter F. Clark, 68, Star, who died Friday of natural causes in a * i tuaj ui iidiuidi tuusea III u ~"j"-. uv. WHJI IIUL lllview, tfOISe. Hermislnn, Ore. hospital, will be a former longlime Nampa conducled at 2 p.m. Wednesday resident, died in a Nampa at Star Friends Church by Rev. nursin g home Monday. Services Walter P. Lee. Interment will Depending at the Alsip Funeral Follow at Siar'Cemetery ' ·" ' · Chapel,. Nampa. . , vE^SMt'iZ 1 !o L *TM 'Doc'CdSfor Indiana, where he farmed with MERIDIAN - Services tor his father. He married Bessie Lew is "Doc" Castor. 68, Lung March 11,1928. in Auburn. Meridian, who died Sunday in a Ind. He worked in lactories and Nampa hospital of n a t u r a l was a carpenter. He moved to The heellc-browed skull is a near duplicale of Peking Man, long-losl Chinese example of WASHINGTON aiPI) ·*,, '' Om() CrCClUS l h a l is a direct s?r=« ETM=S Patman, D-Tex., will conduct a preceded in deith hv nnn w"rT fu " invesl '8 a 'ion ot the Federal ^ he ne *ly found skull is a ano^four brothers Rescrve S y stem ' s emergency million years older than the age cromers. preparedness project Proxmire iTMerally given to Peking man called "a super-modern bomb an ^ ' s ' ne most complete shelter" inside a mountain in exam ple of this species on Culpeper, Va. record. P ffZt e CU 'h eper rac h, ity iSl TM Anolher team of scie '" isls effect, a huge subterranean working lo the north in Ethiopia mattress stuffed wilh about » found three dozen 3 million billion in newly printed bills of year-old hand and wrist bones Alvina B. Coyle NAMPA - Mrs. Alvina E. Coyle. 86.6807 Northview, Boise. , i.« "· .· r , r · ·""" "' y«'-oi« nano. ana wrist Bones all denominations, Under this lhal appear to have capabilities doomsday scenario, we wnulri cimiiov-.ih IHM-« wi_-j-=i _=_.. . , ,, ,, ,, , ··"" ·"·" HHKCLI iv nave capaouuies doomsday scenario, we would similar to that'of modein man. have $4 billion m cash and no people except a few lonely Idaho in 1958 and worked in construction. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Cedar Chapel in Auburn. Surviving are his wife, Star; three sons, Robert G., Boise, William W.. Star, and Paul R., Auburn: a brother, Clifford, Texas; three sisters, Naomi Holmes, Fort Wayne, Ind., Mildred Baillef, Hunterlown, Ind., and Velma Elx, San Francisco: 10 grandchildren; and a greal-granddaughler. He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant daughter. r . a few lonely Together, the discoveries radioactive government of- r «P r esent an important step in ficials," Proxmire said. efforts by anthropologists to tap Patman and Proxmire top lne fossil-rich sediments of cause's wi'li hVonnrfH'..^"^'^ ranking member s of the Joint easlern Atrica 'o trace man's a m Wed e s d a v a rfobtn Defense Productim Committee, TM«try«hr back as possible, a.m. Wednesday at Rob.son- said they will schedule hearings Richard Leakey director of RoJrw nm^f Federal "= National Museums of Kenya, ··Thl aP m J ' i and Dr Dona1cl Chanson o The amount of money involved in this disturbs me greatly," Proxmire said. He charged Ihe Federal Reserve has made "a $7 million molehill out of a Virginia mountain." Proxmire said the operation . Jerread Chapel of the Chimes, Meridian, by Cecil Thomas. Interment will follow at the Meridian Cemetery. He was born June 7. 1907, in Ustick. He attended schools in Meridian and farmed in (he Meridian area all his life. Surviving are one brother. Harold Castor, Nyssa, Ore.; and two sisters. Addie E. Turner, Meridian, and Louise Rodda Richfield, Wash. Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland discussed their finds al a National Geographic Society news conference Monday. Leakey reporled the skull Eva P. Gehle -- -··-- --··-- ~ u»* uuu b nki,i. CALt/WELiL -- Grsvcsidc Friends may call at Robison- services for Eva P. Gehle, 91, Jerread Chapel of the Chimes. 204 W. Hazel, Caldwell who died "~ !J! -- ·-- :1 : ~ l " Monday at a Caldwell nursing home, will be conducled a! 4 p.m. Wednesday al Cloverdale Memorial Park by Rev. Leslie Lowery of the Red Rock Christian Church. She was born Feb. 4. 1885, in Arkansas Cily, K a n . She married Joseph John Gehle in Meridian, until 9 tonight. Mark Burton involves a massive bomb shelter discovery and said it indicates and money storage facility l!le 500,000-year age given to inside Pony Mountain in Pe king Man should be re- Culpeper, about 80 miles south- evaluated. west of Washington He said the since the skull was found in an facility known as the "Culpeper area where fossil bones of an Switch" is designed lo "house up to 400 people, including in all probability, the members and employes of the Federal THIS COLT .45 plslol, once owned by the legendary weslern lawman and gambler Bal Maslerson. sold Sunday at Ihe Sotheby Parke Rernet auction in Los Angeles for J3S.OOO. High bidder was an anonymous Texas colleclor who flew in for Ihf sale. The pistol rests on (he original If(trr Maslerson wrote to the Coll company ordering (he gun and requeslint! "Make il very easy on the (rigger." (UP! Photo) Reserve Board." NAMPA -- Funeral services for Mark Burton. 73. 407^ 21st Ave. S.. Nampa, who died in a Nampa hospital Sunday following a short illness, will be conducted Thursday at I p m. al the Alsip Funeral Chapel Vital statistics 1905 in Enid, Okla. They moved xT ···-·'·. ·"··-·-· ---i;" 1 to Boise, where they farmed al Nampa. wilh Sam Guy Smith. Cloverdale and Highway 30. lay minister of The All Saints She was a member f ^ Rrf Episcopal Church. Boise, of- R ock Christian Church. ape-man of Ihe same age have been found, Leakey said, il means there were al least two species of early man living at the same time. Johanson said Ihe hand bones were found scattered about Bell's claim to telephone a matter of some debate nrwrrxM / r i n r i A I i . i · rvah, n iPv" ~ Al , cxander Ackers. They"nearly throttled Graham Bell has a claim on his invention al hirth and would invention of the telephone have killed il years laler had a were luuna scanerra arjoiu a ····"·""" "· i"; luiepnone nave Killed II years laler had a Cambridee hillside at what may have been ?, lmila . r lo l t l a l Christopher reorganization nol been forced On Mar the site of a flash flood three Columbus has on Ihe discovery upon them. assistant million years ago lhat quickly °f America. irAmnniK, ^««^^«_:--r,-.._ ,. . .. ' issued by I t a l y . A stamp is known as a "caveat " honoring Bell will be issued in Bell was refused the right to Cambridge Wednesday. '--"· - ·· - · On March 10, 187G, Bell's Thomas Watson buried a family individuals. , - . - ,, or group of . . · - »· " ' ^ " l IU look at (he caveal but was told its general principle. i, i"".Vl" ,· '"" ""'·""', HP shifted his work alone S'1 C '! r ,f!. V !° rd . s , m !* TM«" I'"* ^ created Ihe . , ficiating. Interment will follow in the Wilder Cemefery with Masonic graveside rites by Nampa Lodge No. 29. A.F.A.M. He was born March 2-1, 1902, al Chinook, Wash., and al the age of four moved with his parents to Areana Valley, and attended schools al Areana Valley, Roswcll. and Parma. At Ihe age of 14 he moved to Caldwell and allended Caldwell High School. He joined Ihe Idaho Army National Guard in 1920 and served until 1922. In 1924 he cnltsled in the U.S. Army and served until 1926. He was married to Gladys Baker Feb. 4, 1928, at Catdwell. They lived at Wilder for one year and since that time made their home in Surviving are a son, Glenwood. Caldwell; a daughter, Bernice DeMond, Newport, Ore.; a sister. Edith Fcilsled, Mountain Home; four brolhers; four grandchildren; and 13 greal-grandchildren. She was preceded in dealh by her husband and a brother. Friends may call from 9 a.m. unlil 3:30 p.m. Wednesday al Cloverdale Funeral Home. Court rejects petition BOISE (UPD - A new Irial bled a nearly complele hand from Ihe bones of several individuals and said it appears Ihe MARRIAGE LICENSES Thomas D. Hinkle and Debra D. Ekberg, both Middleton. Donald Reed, Meridian, and Janel Abcrcrombie, Nampa. Dean Duane Bendawald, Caldwell, and Jean Marie Thurman Nampa -....**, «.ov naa uu cvjucmx' Roger Richard Gibson, Kuna, * e ha "?,* , re "^. fcr lhe !?1 e and Patricia Esther Braun " """ Caldwell. DIVORCE ACTION'S FILED Robert Lawrence Rohl sgainst Peggy Joyce RohJ; non- He may no, have been first byt^n^ftolTM S£ TMt y^lT ^ r"","" 'i"* a " d "^"^ and alone, bul his was the Columbus' slaJ as A£ erica's ecalled them as "Mr w T V TM r , kmg ' Clephone ' lesled u A k- · discovery thai stuck - mostly discoverer the I H I i i n rTMn»h i ^alson. in Iwo altic rooms al 5 Exeter He and his associates asscm-"because n f l h n nuisHn r,f ,,£ iivi · i . '"lian come here. 1 want you."He said Place ^Lier : tE=s:rr *?ax. ^ernars stamp honoring T ^V ^X^TM-** ^ina.ly.realizing !he value of backers. Columbus had Queen Isabella, of (he Telephone" 1 ,....,, ,,,,.,, ,,.«).!«:..· a me Bell had the banking know-how ~ m« I ^f We of Ihe kinds of of a group 0 , Ncw E , and movemenls humans can make. canilalisK \ r ^'- r _, , n , n ,,; , , , Antonio Meucci and said There also was no evidence Hut Bell had problems with his I ^..,1 ,.,«. _ · i · · ! LeVI CO-CXIStS W i t h of knuckle-walking dial chimpanzees and gorillas use. Johanson said some scientists speculate lhat man's ancestors went through this knuckle- walking stage. ,,.. - He said, "II means thai we M.'rfpi y / i n ^T" have now a very good suile or A pair of Justice Department Merle Elmer Culler Jr.; scl of fossils lo understand some lawyers recently gave the of the earliest stages of Ihe Washington Posl a copy of a genus homo which ultimately lellcr Ihey had written I.evi. led to modern man." complaining aboul the cockro- cohabitation; married Oct. 11, 1969, at Palo Pinlo. WASHINCTON ( D P I ) - Al- lorney General Edward H. I.evi has a Jive and [el live alfilude about Hie mice in his office. aches anu mice they overrun Iheir offices. sav son come here -I want to see his MoTES resized ' Either way. lhe device Bel, A'« 1 wfTM* ""*»*' ° n patented Feb. 14,1876. would nol TK- , ' , transmit a human voice ac- y yoars la ' er ' tlle C( m- mv in' lh, P. a 5 w a s n . o a r f i r "'""--lruin.It cording to testimony in' lhe Lcvi was asked aboul it a, a ^V^S^^^ ^"o'u.p-Morgan'and'the was _saved by lhe monetary . irreconcilable differences; married Aug. 7, 1966, at Caldwell. Daverne Shumaker against MarkShumaker; irreconcilable differences; married July 28, 1971, at Crablree, Ore. Patricia Anderson against meeting wilh reporters Monday. "! have a very nice mouse," hesaid. "Idon'l know whether it is one or more. But Ihey 're awfully well (rained and they don't seem lo have any electronic bugs on Ihcm." unlil the Supreme Court decided ° ° f J ' P Mor ^ and *e H 12 years later, in Bell's favor Tl^T?' P hilos °P h y "' But Ihe dwice.Elisha Grav of '° mai Vat! ' Nampa. He was employed by »°K* '«"L-* "^ ^ Norman J. AndeW, the Nampa Meridian Irrigation Jf'»*" °"^? pb V5Li, ,,° irreconcilable differences; District as a dragline operator Su P remc ^ ourt for " Poc ^ e11 " ' ' for a few years and worked at w °TM n who was TMTM l « ° Ihe Amalgamated Sugar Co. for a number of years. He was well- known in lhe 'area for the The high court In the ruling overturned the conviction of operation'of Burtons Repair . - . . , Shop, retiring in 1965. He, was a overturned the conviction of DIVORCE! member of the Nam'pa Lodge Jean Goodrich handed down by GRANTED No. 29, A F.4.A.M.; and a Sixth District Judge Gus Carr Maria I. member of Uie Hi-De'rlo Boise Anderson. Valley Trailer Club.. V . Burton Is survived by his ·» ···-· ~--·-- -·-- -----wife of Namoa- two sons, court erred when It allowed into ,,,,,,,,,,»,, · - : evidence testimony of one of the Wayne Ricks, state's witnesses without Rockland. Margarete Maughan against Epence Dee Maughan; irreconcilable differences; married Aug. 2,1996, at Boise, DIVORCE DECREES Officials in Tennessee reluctant to move against snake handlers Sixth District Judge Gus Carr Anderson. The justices were unanimous In their decision that the trial Robert Burton and Gerald Maria L. Amparan from Juan worshipers insist on Ihe A. Amparan. practice, according to a law Ruth A. Worcester from enforcement official. Wesley A. Worcester. "1 don't anticipate the stale Dawn Ann Ricks from Robert « c ""8 with too heavy a hand WASHINGTON (UPD - The Court rejected a freedom of she said on being! Slate of Tennessee is reluctant religion challenge lo a Tcnnes- ruling. « « 0 r V , ena f Bair h' T ke ha " dl !, n ? ^ l8W ' orbl i ldin 8 snake han " Pa * ai " 1 Alfred Ball filed the lhal the sect"waY as part of a church service but dling and poison drinking as appeal wilh the Supreme Courl merelv to "fLiTM may be compel ed lo acl again if part of a religious service. Local authori'ies stepped in cl" and non vT, worshipers insist on Ihe .. with a -ivil ,,m .,, ^^..i" JlTTi. *, n ?.K I!l (rjrin .l aiicr lieu also had not (ran- petition was wasteful and nTe ts^ 0 '"- G r a : V W a r n e d TM^ ci companies be given "Inh / ^'working on a exclusive franchises in part*.,, telephone dev.cc by filing whnt. lar areas. He also said public, regui.lion of phone companies was a good idea. The company slogan for many years, "One Policy, One Syslem. Universal Service " was Vail's idea, and meant he . wanted phone service all over the country, available to all al a price they could afford -irani^oc ,. U K , V* ' CM could be enforced. lb" I the sect wl ' I.,..* »,..·». unless they force us into a Deanna Johnson from Brian position where we have to do Mrs. Liston Pack, wife of the pastor of Ihe Holiness Church of God in Jesus Name near Newport, Ten,,., Indicated Ihe slop"snake faith of wievers'thaHhey'cM da^Wer^MIss 0 'D^'Burton* MuUoiiliigUii'jury"** tolim'ited JohnsonT " " something," said"asslsfant" aT Caldwell'' is grandchildren and purpoi* for which the testimony Sandra Latimer from Stephen k*i*y general William Koch Jr nine greatgrandchildren. could be coniidered. Charles Latimer. n. ***«. ^ . ^ ' ? * , w °± follow the bcliev «''s," he Other sUles wilh similar laws -- Supreme c^rf'to ke^ AlaKa rtvL^TM"**' "We'll continue lo handle me case onjts active docket so PHONE n., £r j" """ «"··"«:«-r. - w e n continue lo handle me case on its active docket so punvv '«».·«», ., On Monday, the Supreme snakes according to our faith," an Injunction against both {£«TyWtlSiifWl^*' 4 *

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