Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 20, 1967 · Page 1
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Mayo, Mihalek to Head Cowboy Entries COOLER Treasure Valley - Generally- fair today through Friday. Highs both days 87 to 92; lows tonight 57 to G2. BEST RIDERS LISTED NAMPA - Corky Orcutt of Nampa was judged best woman rider in Snake River Stampede parade competition Wednesday night. Jim Fuller of Boise was judged best man and La- Nore Beymer and Jackie Fuller, both of Boise, were named best pair of women. Loyd Peterson and Keven Peterson of Nampa were judged best pair of men. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Benjamin of Caldwell won best pair, man and woman. Other winners were: Ages 15-18: Best girl, Carla Metzger, Nampa; best pair girls, Honda Morris and Joyce Morris, Nampa; best boy, Steve Farlow, Nampa; best pair boys, Steve Martineau and Ricky Emmerl, Nampa; best pair boy and girl, Pal Williamson and Dennis Fulcher, both of Sampa. Ages 11-14: Best girl, Merry Meyer, Nampa; best pair girls, Susie Teller, Nampa, and Tammy Mericie, Kuna; best boy, Jeff Spencer, Nampa; best pair boys, Larry Bales, Portland, and Ed Fulcher, Nampa; best boy and girl, Bob and Karen Anderson, Nampa. Ages 10 and under: Best girl, Jackie Wilea, Pocatello; best pair girls, Rhonda Rupert, Narapa, and Colleen Williams, Homedale; best boy, Gale Polley, Nampa; best pair boys, Bill and Teddy Ramero, Nampa; best boy and girl, Scott Stevens, Boise, and Cynthia Corder, Nampa. CIRCULATION PHONE II yoi have not received your FREE PRESS by 5:30 P.M. pkaie call 466-7691 lor prompt del.very. Circulation phonei close al 6'30 P.M. An Inili'/ii'inlcnt Daily iMcum/mptr Drdinilctl lo Community Progress" NAMPA, IDAHO, THURSDAY, JULY ?,0,1901 24 PAGES 10 CENTS Russ Warn Israel Against War Risl JAIL PROVISION PRINCESS Western House Approves MI!CARR R IACE Powers n » ·'· A A MONTREAL (UPI)-Princess *+l I Riot Measure -s^y^ru Charged A DOUBLE THRILL brought happiness toMissMicheleReece of Melba when she was named winner of the pony given away at Wednesdaynight'sperformance of the Snake River Stampede. The second thrill, of course, was having her picture taken with Little Joe Cartwright (Michael Landon) of the Bonanza television show. The pony was donated by merchants at the Kareher Mall. (Staff Photo) SNAKE RIVER STAMPEDE Topnofcfi Bronc Riders Ready tor Rodeo Arena By C.E. COUGH NAMPA- Six of the nation's top bronc riders will compete in tonight's edition of the Snake River Stampede as the famed Nampa show goes into its third night of activities. Heading the listarePaul Mayo competition tom'^M are bigRoy Duvall, Boynton, Okla., holding (Continued on Pg. 2, Col. 6) Stampede competition, having in saddle bronc riding, will en- year's tallies. earned an impressive score of deavor lo up their ratings to- Also scheduled to appear in 68 aboard Little Dan Tuesday night. Smith, aboard a horse "'EM- called Question Mark Tuesday Mayo also rode Tuesday, net- night, scored a 57. Tonight will ting a 54-point score on top of be Swanson's first appearance the 1966 bucking champ at the Stampede. Along with -, Shawnee. Gary. Tucker, Carls- them will be Ned Londo, Las of Grlnnell, Iowa, and Jim Mi- bad, N.M., who will ride for the Vegas, Nev., ranked 9th nat- halek of Denver, Colo., ranked first lime tonight, Is now placed tonally, who took top honors second and third in national at 10th in national ratings. Tuesday night by staying aboard RCA competition in the bare- Chuck Swanson and Bill Smith, Kootney Gold, a rambunctious back bronc ridingevenl. Mihalek both of Cody Wyo., and Palomino, to earn a score of holds the lead in this year's ranked 5lh and 6th respectively 63. . . so far the best of this WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House has given its answer to the new American phenomenon! of summerlime riots: Throw the men' responsible in Jail. Bu an overwhelming vole of 347 to 10, the House voted late Wednesday to outlaw travel between states or use of interstate facilities-such as the mails- or telephones-with the intent lo foment violence. The penalties could be up to five years in prison, $10,000 fine or both. The Senate was expected to pass the bill without loo much delay. House members swept aside objections that the anti-riot bill would not stop ghetto violence and might even make things worse in the tense crowded cities. Instead, they told each other that Congress was being called upon to take a stand for law and order, and that passage of the anil-riot bill was the way to do it. Opponents, clearly outnumbered from the beginning, also claimed that the bill was unconstitutional and unenforceable; they noted that no state or local authorities had asked for it. But the house was in nc r.-.ood to listen to arguments like Rep. Emanuel Celler's. "Their leaders ask for housing, you offer jail,', 1 the New York Democrat told the House. Congolese Seek Insurgent Army "They ask for education, you read them the riot a c t . . . you just cannot light fire with fire." Rep. Joe D. Waggonner Jr., D-La., replied by observing that opponents seemed to be asking the House to provide funds to rebuild the destroyed neighborhoods to give the rioters more buildings (o burn and stores to loot. The bill's supporters conceded that even with strong enforcement by the Justice Department the bill did not offer a cure-all for riots. Navy Secretary Is Killed HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (UPI) - National Guardsmen kept watch early today over the roped off, floodlighted wreckage of a Piedmont airliner that collided with a small plane, spewing 82 bodies over wooded countryside. The Navy victims included news Secretary John T. Hc- Naughton, 45, his wife and young son, and an aeronautical space technician of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), The FBI rushed a team of agents to the wreckage shortly after the collision Wednesday, but a spokesman said their purpose was "to help out with identification" of the victims. Spectators were kept MONTREAL (UPI)- Princess Grace of Monaco was In "satisfactory" condition today following a miscarriage, doctors said, MOSCOW (UPl)-The Soviet The princess, the former government warned today that . . ' ,..k ..} II _ _ 11 ^ j ___ i: _____ I T __ - - » · American movie actress Grace Kelly of Philadelphia, was expecting her fourth child in January. Doctors said she became 111 Tuesday night and had the miscarriage Wednesday night. They did not reveal its cause. The blonde princess, 31, came to Montreal with Prince Rainier and their three children to attend Monaco Day at Expo 67 and to later tour Canada. The three children born of bul !t their storybook marriage in intervene. April, 1956, are Caroline, 10, Albert, 9, and Stephanie, 2. Doctors said she would spend the next few days recuperating in Royal Victoria Hospital. what It called continued Israeli aggression against the Arab states threatens . resumption of the Middle East war on a large scale. It called Israel's actions a threat to international security. The warning was carried by the official Tass news agency as an authorized statement of the Soviet Union. It accused the United States, Britain and West Germany of encouraging Israel no threats to DeCaulle Arrives at St. Pierre Tass said the ruling circles of Israel, and the Western nations encouraging them, "are playing a risky game with fire" and are "making serious miscalculations in evaluating the resolve of the Arab States andtheirfriends to upholdthecauseofpeacein the Middle East.", It said these ruling circles "incur_ the entire burden of responsibilities and retribution for continuation of the policy ol aggression and provocations Arab states and away ROLLING EYES and flaring nostrils show the anger of bull Ho. R7 as John Quintana of Prlnevllle, Ore., rides him lo the final horn. Qulnlana scored 65 on this ride Wednesday night. Back In the barrel Is rodeo clown Jimmy Schumacher, ready to lend a helping hand lo the cowboy if needed, (Staff Photo) KINSHASA, The Congo (UPI) -- Congolese reconnaissance planes today hunted a column of rebels and mercenaries seeking safety in the rugged jungles of the African bush country. Ethiopian jet bombers poised to take off al Karoina military base to strike I lie mercenaries the moment they are spotted. Israeli-trained Congolese paratroopers were airlifted to Kisngani to be dropped on Kivu to mop up the rebels. The planes swooped low over jungle treetops in Kivu Province scanning the bush for the nearly 700 rebels who fled Kisangani a week ago. The rebels were led by Belgian-born Maj. JeanScliram and included about 180 while mercenaries and 500 soldiers from the Congo's Katanga Province. The hunted bind was all that remained of armed uprisings in three Eastern Congo towns earlier this month. They fled Kisangani in a caravan of 37 stolen trucks and headed toward the Punia area in Kivu Province where Schram lived for many years. Mobutu mobilized a massive search to Hush out the rebels Flaming Asphalt Blocks Highway ESTES PARK, Colo. (UPI) Traffic along Trail Ridge Road into Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Estes Parkwasblocked off for an hour Wednesday when a truck loaded with 1,200 gallons of asphalt caught fire. The blaze lasted for throe hours before fire fighters could control it. The truck, owned by the National Park S e r v i c e , wis completely destroyed and damage was estimated at $10,000. and destroy them. He dispatched reinforcements to Katanga Province to head off the mercenaries should they try to turn south. The reinforcements dismantled river ferries and mined bridges on roads leading from Kivu to Katanga. The mercenaries wereknown to have a DC3 and two T28 propeller fighters at an airfield in the Puma region. "There has been here the symbol and the proof of French Independence," De Gaulle said around 4,000 feet above this ST. PIERRE, St. Pierre ol against the Miquelon (UPI) -President peoples." Charles de Gaulle arrived today Tass said the latest major in these tiny French islands off provoc? l 'onusingaircraft,artil. Canada where his troubles with lery *nd tanks came July 14,15 America arose a generation ago when Israeli forces attacked the and quickly fired off an indirect towns of El Qantara, IsmalHa y, e ^,, barrage agaln ' st tte mi Ferdan w'Hi Tilery and United States. mortar shells and when "Israeli The twin islands of St. Pierre planes tried to bomb Suez." et Miquelon, just below New- It said there were civilian foundland, are France's last casualties toehold in North America. Several Soviet warships are (Continued on Pg. 2, Co). 1) INSIDE Rodeo Producers Join.Paje Concert Friday Page sons were in the small plane, owned by Lansea Springfield, Mo., and the airliner, Piedmont's morJng have been the Scout from Germany Pae e AI proof of our independence^ Opcrallon *TM TM ( " ·'? ' r- avis whoever the £ *£ .?* Almanac p a ...._. r ._._, j f · V- -·- *TM Landers. . ...'.' ipa^ ^1 owned by Lanseair Inc., of refw ^ JJ^ JTM» 'iTM^-; ;^ p ^*» .Page A8 .Page 2 .Page A9 crew of five '""""" Delcre wc Uniled sutes TMs Heioise" """"" PaKe M , ' . ,, . . . caught up in the war. Horoscope. P TM .,, It was the fifth air crash of Many historians think that s P°rs. ...'..'.'. .'pae'es !o,1i . .Page'AE .Pages 6, 6 , s m o r n g n ' ' * the day over the southeast. (Continued IT WAS A SHOUT RIDE for Frank Davis of Bruneau when the big Brahma bull unsealed his just short jumps out of the chute. Running in to assist Divls In escaping the bull's dangerous horns are Wick Peth, left, and Larry McKenney, rodeo (Staff Photo)

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