Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 10, 1976 · Page 25
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Edith L, King .NAMPA - Funeral services 'or Mrs. Edith L. King B8 of 'ayview Manor, Seattle. Wash ho died at her home Sunday' March 7. will be conducled at l:.'lfl p m . F r i d a y at the Alsip !·· oral Chapel with Dr. John E Havy, president emeritus of Northwest \azarene College officiating. Private family interment services at tte family plot at Kulilerlawn Cemetery Friends arc invited to call at the Alsip F u n e r a l . Chapel for viewing prior to the services on Thursday anil until noon on Friday. Mrs. King was born on Feb 17.1888. at Colby. Kan., and was reared in Colorado. She attended schools there, and following her graduation from high school attended Cheney Normal School at Cheney. Wash., and taught in Rau tins' County. Kan in 1909 and 1910. prior to leaching in tho Cheney area. On her trips to attend school ul Cheney. Wash she would stop in Nampa lo visit ttitli her sister, and this was how ·the met Mr George King. They « ere married in 19l3al Caldweil and he preceded her in death on January :l. l%7. Kdith and George King were the owners of the King Packing Company Mrs. King was the office manager during ihc many \ears they were in business. She wa$ a member of the Womans Century Club. N'ampa Chapter N u l .III. Order of Eastern Star anij Iras Temple No. 40. DLiujhlers of the Nile of Boise. Mr and Mrs. King had a great interest in Northwest Nazarene College of \ainpa and were K'n'crous in their support of the oi'lege She was also very in- ler^stcd in the Idaho Youth K.irn'h at f i u p e r l . received commendation for her help in theldevolopmenl of Ihe Nampa Cily Library. lrs. King is survived by one daughter. Mrs Bryant Mildred l)'j(in. Seattle. Wash.: one granddaughter. Mrs Kathleen Louise Dunn U'alt. Spokane. \Va$h.: one grandson. Dennis Hamilton Dunn. Seattle: five g r e a t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n and one cousin. Mrs Maude M i l l e r . [Joise. L uis Valencia NAMPA l.uis Valencia. BH. Nampa. died Tuesday al a Caldweil nursing home. Services are' pending al l-'laliiff Funeral Chapel. Nampa. Inez Bell Ki NA -- Services for Inez Jicll. 8«. Kuna. who died Sunday in a Nampa hospital. «ill le conducted at '1 p.m Friday al Kohison-Jerread Chapel of' the Chimes. M e r i d i a n , by Rev. Warren Swart/.. Inlerment w i l l follow al the Kuna Cemetery. She ivas horn Oec 2.1. I8H7. at Fountain. Coin. She was reared .mil attended schools in Ever- Inn. Mo She married Silas D. Bell July a. laofi. in F.verton. They moved to Kuna in iiin. «litre they f a r m e d and operated Ihe Kuna Feed Mill i:r,til retirement Me died in .'uly. I'J.iT She «as a member of the Kuna Church of Christ. .Surviving ,-ire one son. Dale. N a m p a : eight grandchildren. !«D of whom she raised. John D . Kuna. and Marie Meng. Vacaville Calif.: and one grcal- grandchild. She was preceded in death by one son Alvina E. Coyle BOISE -- Funeral services for Mrs Alvina K. "Vcnie" Coyle. M. of6»07 Nnrlhview. Hoise. ami a former long-lime resident of Nampa. who died al a Nampa nursing home Monday following an extended illness, will be conducted on Friday al 1:30 |i m. at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel with Ihe Itcv. Don Ian Smith, pastor of the ilillvic-w I'niled Methodist Church of lloisc. o f f i c i a t i n g . I n t e r m e n t will follow in the K o h l e r l a w n t'f-melery with graveside riles 'A Colfax Kebekah Lodge No. -i. of N'ampa. Mrs. Cnyle was born Feb. 1-1. Htm. at liiitte. Mont. When she «as a young girl she moved with her family lo Cheyenne. Wyo Mie was married to Milo Clark Verkes Ocl 4. 1WJ, at Logan. I liih Following their marriage Hiey moved lo El Paso. Tex., where they lived until moving lo Nampa in 191R. .Mr. Vcrkes preceded her in dealh Aug. 16. 1921. She iatcr married Waller i. Coyle Sept. :w. 192(i. al Nampa and they made their home in .N'ampa Mr. Coyle preceded her in death November 19. I95B. She continued lo make hor home in N'ampa until 1071 when she moved lo Hoise to live with her ilaughter. She was a member of (he Grace Episcopal Church of N'ampa ami the Colfax Kehckah Lodge No. 2-t. of Nampa of which she was a past noble grand Mrs. Coyle is survived by one daughter. Mrs. Viola Mae Caldweil. Rnise. two g r a n daughters. Janean and Lorri Calduell. Boise. She was also preceded in death hy one sister. ituaries IBailey turns attack into psych session The Idaho Free Press i The News-Tribune. Wednesday, March 10,1976 - B-H Donno and Ch«rie BOISE - Graveside services for Donna Ellen Salkield, 34 and Cheric Ellen Salkield, 16. both of Boise, who died Sunday al tome, will be conducled'at l P-m. Thursday at Dry Creek Cemetery by llerherl Q. Sleele Among area survivors is a sister-aunt. DeFayne Whren F.'arjle. Uofa Kafhrine fi/unc/i PORTLAND--Word has been received of the dealh of l.cola Kalherine lilunch. 58. Tigard. Ore., formerly of N'ampa, in a Portland hospital March 3. Services were held March G al Ihe Skyline Memorial Chapel in Portland, wilh vault interment following al Skyline Memorial Gardens She ivas horn Dec. G. 1307. in Deshler. Neb She graduated Irom the N'ampa Nursing School. She had lived in Ihe Portland area for 3U years. Among area survivors is a brother, l l i l h e r l F. M a f f i l . Hoise Margaret E. Kleint DONNELLY - Services for Margaret E. Klcinl, 68. Donnelly, who died of natural causes Monday in a Cascade hospital, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Donnelly Community Bible Church, by Hev. James Farmer. Inlerme'nl will be in McCall under Ihe direction , of Walker Funeral Chapel. McCall. Among area survivors are two sisters. Francis Iladsall and Eleanor Kropli. both of Mid- dlelon Edward W. Meroney CALDWELL - Edward W. Meroney. BO. 172.!'-. Marshall. Caldweil. died Tuesday al a Caldweil hospital. Services are pending al Dakar Funeral Chapel. Caldweil. Lynn Kenneth Houtchens N A M P A - Services for Lynn Kennr-lh lloutchens. 7'J. 1117 C. Kings Kd.. who died Monday at liis home. «ill he cnnducled al :i p.m. Thursday jl Flahiff Funeral Chapel. Nampa. by Kev Jvsse M lioyd. Stall 1 Overseer of Ihe Idaho and I'lah Church of God Inlerment will lie m Hillcresl Memorial Gardens. He was born Jan 29. 1897. al Rlandessvillc. III., and moved u i l h his family to Dcepwaler Mo., where he was reared and educated, lie married Florence Mac) Smith Feb :!. 1J20. at Clinton. Mo., and Ihe couple made their home at Ked Oak. Iowa, in 19M. where they farmed until moving lo Nampa in January. 19.U He worked as a nighl watchman for Armour Co for over 10 years before retiring. Hi 1 was a charter member of the Caldweil Church of God. Surviving are his wife. N'ampa: two sons, fiobert P.. and Clifford J.. both of Red Oak. a daughter. Mary lirewer. Caldweil: three brothers. Ross and Garland, buth of Red Oak. anil F.mmell. Clinlim: three sisters. Cnstal Mcrilock and Koxie Arnold, bolh of Kansas City. Kan., and Ruth Drake. Clinton: 15 grandchildren: and nine great-grandchildren. One son preceded him in death. Evelyn M. Neff NAMPA -- Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn .Martha Neff. 57. of 30:1 Nectarine. N'ampa. who died at a Hoise hospital Tuesday following an extended illness, will be conducled Friday at 10:31 a.m. at Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel with Ilishop F.lvin C. Ilegstrom of Ihe N'ampa Second Ward. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, officiating. Interment will follow in Ihe Kohlerlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Evelyn Martha Neff was torn Feb. 22. 1919. al Nampa. She was reared and attended school in Ogden. U t a h , graduating from Ogden High School. Following her graduation from high school she returned lo Nampa and attended beauty college. She married Joe Neff Feb 27, 1939, at M u r p h y and they have made their home in .N'ampa since thai time She was a member of Ihe Nampa Second Ward. I. U.S. Church; and N'ampa Chapter No. 30. Order of Eastern Star Mrs. Neff is survived by her husband. Nampa: one son, Joey W. Neff, I'rovo, I'lah: one (bughlcr. Mrs. Gerald tJoAnm McClure. Anchorage. Alaska: her parents. Mr Samuel Warren llarrop. Ogden, Utah, and Mrs. I-clah ilcycr. Nampa: one sister. Janet Sutherland, Cheyenne, W y o ; 3 grind- daughters. Shannon. Mindy and l.ibbie McClure. all of Anchorage. Friends may coll al Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel on Wednesday evening until 9 p.m. and all day Thursday until 3 p.m SAN FilANCISCO t U P l i Defense attorney K. Lee Uailey gave a key psychiatric witness against Palricia Hearst a lasle of his own medicine. The lawyer pul Dr. Joel Fort through a painstaking psychological examination Tuesday. a t t a c k i n g his motives, his honesty, his professional standing and even his menial condition. He got Fnrl lo admit lie read "Alice in Wonderland" as parl of his preparation, advised the prosecution on ils trial strategy, will receive S12.500 as his wi'l- ness fee and senl an outline of his career dill of exaggerations and inaccuracies to a hook publisher. Miss Hearst's lawyer used a definition of "iisyrlwpalli" u rit- ten by Forl. a San Francisco physician and criminulogisl. lo suggcsl (lie witness himself might fall in lh,ii category. Hailey sel the stage lor a possible courtroom confrontation between Hie witness and Catherine Hearst, the defend a n t ' s mother, over Fort's suggestion Ihe Hearst family try plea bill-gaining rather than Dr. K predicts tighter controls on nuclearosis WASHINGTON i t ' P I I Secretary of State H e n r y Kissinger predicts exporters of nuclear power technology within live years will shape tougher safeguards to prevent I ni- di version into bombs of material de'sigiicil for peaceful energy use. He testified Tuesday the I'niled Slates. Soviel Union and five other suppliers will resume in June secret London consultations aimed al forging more stringent national and inlerna- lional controls. Nine months of consultations have brought France and Wesl Germany closer to Ihc L'.S. positions on controls, he said. The two have been reluctant to adopt lough controls as they pursue sales of nuclear plants. "We believe w will settle that, loo, over a reasonable period of lime. In much less than five years we hope lo have an understanding aiming suppliers of increased scope." Kissinger lold Ihe Senate t.'iivernmenl Operations Committee. Frani-e arid Wesl Germany w a n t - i n apply relatively weak safeguards used by the International Atomic Energy Agency, while the I'niled Stales favors creation of regional reprocess- reproces l a u g h e r ing c e n t e r s unde restrictions. Sen. John Glenn, chairman of Ihc panel's subcommittee on nuclear a f f a i r s , released a Library of Congress study which pri'dk'l-fl a s i g n i f i c a n t proliferation nf nuclear power plants in the HlMis and 19'j(is with Ihe danger of deu-loping countries formulating their own atomic weapons. On related subjects. Kissinger said Ibe United Slates, while seeking to prevent nuclear w a r f a r e a n d curb n u c l e a r proliforalw:). cannot categorically rule mil use of nuclear weapons "em a regional basis" if li.S. national interests were . . threatened allowing Ihc case to go lo trial. Mr. Uailey, you'll stop at nothing," Fort angrily told the lawyer at one point during Tuesday's daylong cross ,".x;i!!iMi;ilio) uhich was still going nn when (be bank robbery (rial recessed until today. Bailey lore into the witness in iin effort lo destroy his credibility with the jury of seven women and five men, wiio heard him M o n d a y describe Miss Hearst as Ihc "niecn" of the .Symhiaiiese Liberation Army anil a willing participant in the rolibi'iy. Hi- produced an accounting l-'eirl had given Ihe government of Ihe time 1 he spent gelling ready for his testimony, including Hie 1 fad he had read or referred to 274 books. The attorney asked if one eif them wasn't Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." Fort ·said it was and added be also read Kafka's "The Trial" in an effort to understand some of the "philosophical issues" raised !y the 1 case. ,Mi's. Hearst laid a reporter after the trial wound up for the day "I can shme (lieise words down his llniial." Her comment raised ihc possibility stie would take Ihc stand as a defense rehnllid witness. llaile'V also came close lo calling Forl a "psychopath," allhniigli In- diet mil actually dn so lie liMed the trails of a psychopath as defined in one ol Furl's arlicles -- a person who displays braggadocio, lies a Int. uses any means lo juslifv ends, inanipulak's oilier people. blames others Inr bis mistakes. Tin 1 attorney brought up the dcfim'timi after Furl had blamed a coauthor for exaggerations anil inaccuracies in an outline of his career sent to a publisher as a prospectus for a bouk called "Expert Witness." Three more corporations admit improper payoffs By United Press International Three U.S. corporalions have disclosed m a k i n g improper payments lo foreign officials - b u t none identified persons accepting (he payoffs or Ihe c o u n t r i e s where t h e y were made. The three -- Sterling Drug of New York. Johnson Johnson of New B r u n s w i c k . N . J . . a n d Carnation Co. of Los Angeles -said Tuesday information about Ihc payments had been given lo Ihc Securities and Exchange Commission. Harry E. Cartwright NAMPA - Harry E. Cartwright, 89. of 404 Horlon. \ampa. died al ,1 Nampa nursing home on Tuesday. Services are pending at the Alsip Funeral Chapel. Eva Steiger NAMPA - Mrs. Eva Sleiger. fi2. of 1.117 8lh SI. S., N'ampa, died at a N'ampa hospital on Wednesday. Services are pending at the Alsip Funeral Chapel Chester Louie Steele N'AMPA -- Funeral services for Mr. Chester Ixuiie Sleele. Gfi. of 120 19th Avc. X.. Nampa, whu died suddenly al bis home Monday, will be conducled at the Weddlc Funeral Home al Slaylon. Ore. Monday al 2:(in p.m. Interment will follow in the Slaylon Cemetery. Local arrangements were under Ihe direction of Ihe Alsip Funeral Chapel. Mr. Sleele was born Nov. 23. 1909. al Hillsboro, Tex He was reared anel attended schools in Texas having spent most of his life in Abilene. He resided in Oregon for a short lime prior to moving lo Nampa 15 years ago. lie had worked on several farms in Ihc Dry f.ake area. Mr Slcele is survived by t w o sons. M a l c o l m Ii Steele. N'ampa. and Archie H Sleele, Odessa. Tex.; live daughters, Mrs. Itoberl ' M a x i n e i O r r . Albany, (ire.. Mrs. Dan ' W i l l n i c l l a ' Fellon. Lyons. Ore. Mrs Hill iDoreeni Gray. Albany, Ore., Mrs. Kingma'n (Sandra i Williams, Aumsvillc, O r e . and Laura Crapscr, Ungview. Wash.; two brothers. Curl. Abilene, and .Inlin I). Longview. Tex.; three sisters, Nell Steele, Abilene, Mrs. Bobbie Hreaux. Abilene, and Mrs. Joclene Black, l-awn. Tex.: K grandchildren anel (brce great-grandchildren He was preceded in dealh by his parents, two sons, one grandson and one sister. Sterling Drug said an intern;:! audit disclosed Iwn secret funds lo make "illegal or improper" payments in lii foreign countries lieiween 1970 and I'jrS. The company said the pay in cuts ranged between SIOJ.INK) and SIII8.IIIM each and were made "generally In minor employes of governmental or tjuasigovernmcnlal agencies." Sterling also .said it had filed amended U.S. t a x return:; and paid additional taxes for the five years as a resull of the audit. Johnson Johnson said it made improper payments in f o r e i g n c o u n t r i e s t o t a l i n g S9UUJWI between 1117) anil lira. About !H per cent nf Ihe payments were made in connection with government sales anel mosl was paid in one cmiiili-y. Jnlin.son A .Johnson said. A company spokesman would r.ol identify the country. Johnson Johnson, world's leading producer of a wide I'inigi 1 of medical products, has operations in more Ihan two tin/en foreign countries, including Italy. Smilli Africa. France. Belgium, tin- liniled Kingdom. Germany. Canada. Holland. Switzerland and Australia. Carnation, a eiairy products firm.said il made$l.26niilion in payments perhaps "not illegal under foreign law, although they may be considered inijiropi'r." lint. Carnation said, "some of the payments were made lo foreign government officials under circumstances which were illegal in Ihc foreign cuiinlry." Carnation said the payments were made lo influence favorable regulatory action for which it "filed ;i» appropriate application" and lo which il fell en- lilk-d. Gondola riders killed in crash THENTO. Italy it:i'! The reel gondola jammed with -H skiers descended gently on a leing. slender cable', making ils lasl run nf Ibe day from llu- slopes of snow-covered Ml. Cermis. The village of Cavalese lay only 20(1 yards away. Suddenly, the far began lo bounce, swinging wildly alxive a steep ravine carved mil by Ihe Avisio Hiver Within seconds, a pyleiri holding the sup]»rt cable collapsed and Ihe car plunged 2:!0 yards onlo the ravine's jagged slope, then skidded 'WO feel to a meadow on the banks of Ibe Avisio. Forly-lwn jxTsmis died in Hit- crash, most crushed licnealh Ihe gondola's three-ton overhead support carriage. The accident Tuesday u a s Weslcrn Europe's worst known calilc- way disaster. The only survivor. M-year-old Alessandra I'invesano of Milan, was in condition today with broken legs, a fractured pelvis and internal injuries Doctors saiil -her chances nf survival were pour. National police said :Hi of Ihe victims apparently were WeM Germans or Auslrians. The remaining six ivt-re identified as Italians. The police al first said they thought mosl of Ihe victims wrrc Wesl (lermans on n skiing vacation from Hamburg. Hut leaders nf an Austrian group vacationing nearby reported seven members nf Ilieir parly missing and unuarenlly among the victims. officials saieUd died immedi- a t e l y anel ihree others died eilher in Ihc liuspilnl or en route. I'ive or six of Ihe victims were I hi own from (he gondola when il crashed, rescue workers said. I'olice indentified 27 of '.he Ixulies. hut the names of the foreigners were uillihelil until relatives could lie notified Ahoul :i third of the dead were children and teen-agers. The victims included cable- iray uper.-ilor Ivo Del Vai. IK. who was supposed lo be off Tuesday, bill bad switched days because lie had lo go lo li;e draft office Authorities were unsure what caused the car lo fall from Ibe cable, although Arlurn Tnnesi- ni. Ihc engineer who built (be nilileway in l%ii. said today be l-elicvcd it was causeel Iw (he suddening jamming of the cable Ilia! pulls ibe car along the support cable. Seneca Kails, S.Y., was Ihe home of suffragette Amelia Itleiumcr. Ihe woman who populari/.eel Ihc garment thai bears her name. In IBW Miss Dlnomer held the first Women's Higbls Coinvnlioii ilicre. KICY COVEUNMKNT psychiatric witness Dr. Joel Port, lef(. and la\id llancrofl, assistant U.S. attorney, descend a stairway during a recess in tlie hank robbery trial of newspaper heiress Fatty llearstTuosilay. Dr. Fort had earlier testified on direct examination that il was Iris professional opinion that Miss Hearst joined the Syni- hiunrsi- Liberation Army within a month ;illcr her kidnaping anil participated willingly in thr robum. Defense- lav.\ rr F. Lee Bailey put Fnrl under a slinging cross examination Tuesday forcing Furl lo admit that he had advised the jirosecutieiii on ils "slralegy" in llir case. tl'Pl Photo) Soliah wants to tell about "missing year' JiACKAMEXTO. Calif. i l ' P l i -- Steven Siiliah. who shared a San Francisco apartment wilh I'atricia Hearst al Ihc lime of her capture, wants lo t a l k about t h e i r relationship and her "missing year" during bis bank rubbery trial. Soliah. 27, a Berkeley h o u s c p a i n l e r . is accused o( taking part in a S15.1KK) robbery of a Carmichsel. Calif., bank during which Myrna Upsahl. 42. iiiqliio'.of four, was killed by a shotgun blast. U.S. District Judge Philip Wilkins ordered his trial lo begin today with jury selection. .Soliah says thai if be lakes (he slaiid he wants lo tell of his cnnncclion wilh Miss Hearst. I l l s testimony would answer some questions about Ihe "missing year" in her life as a fugitive When asked about Miss Hearst in an interview. Soliah said: ".My hope is thai 1 will he able lo testify in court, if my lawyers feel 1 should, and I will lalk alioitl what my part is in this whole Ihing." He admitted knowing Miss Hearsl but refused to elaborate His attorneys say they are not sun- whether he will tcsliu. Wilkins has ruled lhat evidence seized from the apartment Miss Hearsl shared wilh Snliah may be used against him. Among items taken in Ihe Sept. IHraid was S8-1 in currency wrapped in foil. Investigators Betty said a SI bill in the packet was laken Irnrn the Carmichael bank Miss Hearst, nn trial lor a different bant rubbery. Inok the lilli Aiueinli:u'o! 12 limes !o avoid testifying about the 12 mniiths before her arrest tin grounds ii might incriminate her. Federal i n v e s t i g a t o r s said Miss Hearst, using an alias, may ha* r renled a Sacramento garage in which was stored a slolc-n getaway car used in the robbery. They said Soliah's fingerprint was found on a license plate of a scctmd getaway car. Soliah. free on $100.000 bail, coulel be sentenced to life if convicted. 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Myrna Lov and Gregory Peck "When I was a girl I never dreamed I'd he meeting you in person." she said in a' brief tribute to Wyler, who became the fourth winner of (he American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award "As a high school girl I dreamt nf going lo Hollywood with Ihe opportunity of dancing across a gla?ed floor wilh Fred Astaire. Because of Ihe magic of movie-, 1 danced and laughed and cried several lifetimes." Regular S 89 COMBINATION FOR ONLY SHJI95 Model 1416/1415 Poweiized to clean on the floor or above Ihe lloor with (ewer q h a s 5 o iniio»«!i H,iMi:h e , b Da 9 has 56l) cu. in. usable inchiiopj dun irom low capacity. Lifetime lubricated IK, bmboiid pin to a,,, ,,,, niotor eiever neeets oiling. CLEANS SHAGS! FLOOR COVERING l i f t ?"d Si Sr. 466-8461

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