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I'hlin Kri-e Press 4 Calilwell News-Tribune, Saturday, July 22,1901--2 THE NEWS-TIIIUNE and IDAHO FIEE f f ESS Publithtd t»tn;ngt ,, ( ,pl Sunday ol 316 Ttnlh Av«. Soulh. Nompa Idoho 83451 by Conyon PutMlng Co Entered ai i«ond clm noHei ot the Poll Office ol Nampo Idoho und« octal March 8. 1679. All notice* required by low ni o/dei of covrt ol competent jujiwfic- fiaa la t* p/Wiihed ««elly mil be publiihed i'rv the Saturday itite ol this paper puciuont to Seclion 60-108 I.e. 1963 01 added Ikerelo by Choplt, 164 1933 Senior Itiwi ol Idoho SUBSCSIPHONRATe Cairier. per monlh SI.65 Carnw. per year titw Hoiljin ad.ur-.ct) In Conyon. Ado. O«ykee, Gem, Elmo'e, Wash'ng- Valley ar.d Molheur Counl.ej. OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES I 50 (Month $ 1.75 3Monlhi S 4 7 5 6Monlhl S 9.00 I fear JJ7.(X ton, . , PoyeUe, Idaho, Adom 3MonlKi J 6MmiM $ 8 0 0 '»«' JI500 OBITUARIES Statistics Mary Cegnar IIOMEDALE - liosary for Mrs. Mary Cegnar, 81, Homedale, who died Thursday morning at a Caldwcll hospital, will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Sunday al llomcdale's Flahitf Chapel. Requiem Mass will lie celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Hubert's Calholic Church in llomedale by the Rev. Fr. John Morgan. Interment will folio*' at Ml. Calvary Cemetery at Nampa. ' Mrs. Cegnar was born April 25, 1880, in Skofja Loka, Yugoslavia. She grew up there, and came to the United Stales in 1901. She sellled in Rock Springs, Wyo., where she was .married to Frank Cegnar on Feb. 11, 1907. Mr. Cegnarwork- ed in tho coal mines at Rock Ira E. Jennings CALDWELL - Ira E. Jennings, 8G, IOOF Home, Caldwell, died this morning al the home. Services aro pending a! I'eckham-Dakan Chapel. Beatrice Fischer PASS, Ore. - Funeral services were held here Wednesday for Mrs. Beatrice Fischer, 50, Grants Pass, a former resident ot the Deer Flat and Bowmont communities in Idaho. Mrs. Fischer died here last Sunday. She was born in Oklahoma, came to Idaho with her family in 1919, and grew up in the Deer Flat-BowmonI area. In 1914, the couple moved to Homedale, purchased sagebrush . land and began farming. Mrs. Cegnar hail lived at llomedale since. Mr. Cegnar died May 21, 1933, in Nampa. Mrs. Cegnar was a member of Sf. Hubert's Catholic Church, the Rosary and Altar Society of the church, and ot S.N. V.I. Slovenian Lodge. Surviving are three sons, Frank Cegnar of Boise, and John Cegnar and Lewis Cegnar, both of Homedale; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jesenko, Homedale; 13 grandchildren, eight great- grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded In death by lour brothers, three sisters, a ti «rtr»-V1rtCHjtrw(io-died In I92V- "in Nampa;'aM a granddaughter, 'Miss Linda'G'egnar, wh'6 died ·Sept. 23, I96"6, In Hotnedate. STATE NEWS BRIEFS Fischer, Grants Pass; (wo sons, Eugene and Richard Gledhill, both of Santa Cruz, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. LessieHiUofBow- monl; and six sisters, Mrs. Edna Small and Mrs. Marie Lucas, sephine Moulton of Bowmonl, Mrs. Margie Fleck and Mrs. Doise, Idaho, and Mrs. Inez Caves of Melba, Idaho. County Treasurer To Attend Meeting CALDWELL - Zoe Shaffer Canyon County treasurer, will represent the county at Ihe National Association of Counties conference in Detroit, Mich., July 30-Ang. 2. More than 3,500 persons are expected to attend Ihe.conference.-^,,--,,,,,..-,--., Mrs. -Shaffer - is immediate past president ot the Idaho State Treasurer's Association. Study Continues In Youth's Death 20-year-old Ernesl Fessnef of Homedale, Ada County Prosecuting Attorney Wayne Kldwell said today. Fessner apparently was involved in two separate fighls in Boise Ihe nlghl he died. Death was due to choking, the autopsy report said. Kidwell said the autopsy was only a part of the overall investigation into Fessner's death, He said he has been flooded with phone calls and letters requesting a solution to the death. A 11-year-old youth was held for several days after the fight, but since has been re- Child Drowns POCATELLO (IPI) - A 15- month-old California girl drowned Friday in an irrigation dilch in the Fort Hall area. She was Arlene Walker of Woodsford, Calif. Totals $2 Million BOISE - Idaho residents 65 and older received nearly $2 million in medical insurance benefit checks during the first year of Medicare, according to Joseph E. Karpach, Medicare field director for Idaho. j r Crash Probed Coff/sion Hurfs 7 TWIN FALLS (I'PI) persons were injured late Friday in a two-car collision south of Murtaugh. Most seriously injured was Bruce Kroll, II, Hazlelon, who was hospitalized with head and internal injuries. Fire Razes Home PARMA (UPI) -- A home between Nyssa and Parma burned to the ground Thursday night, firemen reported today. The home belonged to Bill Stringer and was rented to Sam Morgan MOUNTAIN HOME (UPri- Investigators continued to prole the wreckage of an Air Force fighter plane which crashed and burned near here Friday. The pilot and navigator ejected to safety moments before theRF4C jet plummeted earthward near the Anderson Ranch Dam. Broadcasts Set FARRAGUT STATE PARK (UP!) _ French-speaking Boy Scouts at Ihe World Jamboree here Aug. 1-9 will have special radio broadcasting facilities provided by the Federal Communications Commission. MARRIAGE LICENSES Kichard Henry Brandai, Melba, and Connie Marie Hopkins, Caldwell; David Eugene Fries and Margaret Kathleen Rhodes, both of Nampa; Carol Alexander Hogge and Alia Anna Marie Halm, both of Nampa. DIVOKCES FILED Marjorie M. RogersfromWil- liam E. Rogers, married Feb. 28, 10CI in Grandview, Wash., extreme cruelty. SMALL CLAIMS COURT Celeslro Garza, Caldwell, to pay LorinKruger,Noliis,$21.54; Bill Dennis, Parma,topayLorin Kruger, Notus, $50.45; Earnest Rallou, Caldwell, to pay Lorin Kruger, Notus, $72.37; Rufus Lamphear to pay Lorin Kruger, Nolus, $33.20; Lyle Harmon Kauth, Nampa, to pay Ruth E. Hamilton, Nampa, $91.45; Pete Barber, Caldwell, to pay Farner's Market, Caldwell, $50.41. BIRTHS FREEMAN - To Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Freeman, Marsing Route 1, a boy born July 20,1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. BAKER - To Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baker, 1014 W. Second, Weiser, a girl born July 20, 1957, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. Rathbone, Noted Actor, Succumbs (Continued from Page 1) had been condemned to death by the Boers. His film career began in Hollywood in 1922 with the filming ot "The Czarina." He starred in MGM productions of "The Masked Bride," " T h e Bishop Murder Case," and "A Notorious Affair," beforebegin- ning hisSherlockHolmes series. The master actor with the impeccable diction followed his calling in films, on radio and on the stage since the series ended in 1946. His last Broadway appearance was In Archibald MacLeish's "J.B." Some of the versatile performer's best known films were VAnna.Karenina,." ,'M Tale of Two Cities," -"David Copperfield," and "The Last Days of Pompeii." They were among more than 100 movies in which he appeared In his long career. Police Report Two Accidents NAMPA - Moderate damage was Inflicted to two cars Friday when they collided at the intersection ot SecondStreet and 19th Avenue South inNampa. Drivers of the cars, Arthur A. Dawson, 61, Payelle, and Henry J. Schoening, 46, of 327 W. Washington, Nampa, were un- Nampa police charged Schoening with failure to yield right- of-way. In an accident at the intersection of Second Street and IGth Avenue South, Henry C. Morgan, 80, Dretvsey, Ore., was charged with a stop light violation. Police records show Morgan ran Ihrt light and collided with a vehicle driven by Billy L. Anson, 40, Grand View. Neither man was injured. High and Low Atlanta Bismarck Boise Boston Caldwell Calgary Chicago Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Fairbanks BOISE (I'PI) - Patrick (Pat) McCarty, Ada County sheriff In 1956-57 and a former justice of the peace in Ihe county, died Friday in a Boise nursing home at age 72. Funds Approved MOSCOW (CVl) -- The Department of Transportation Friday approved 5325,112 in matching funds for improvements lo the Moscow-Pullman airport. Grant Announced BOISE - The Idaho Commission mi Ihe Arts and Humanities has received approval nf $14,750 in federal matching funds for two projects. Chairman W. Grant Kilbniiiw said $12,500 would be used for an educational art slides program and the remainder for a sot nf workshops to music and drama in coopcr- jUrm with Holse College. (unity-federal procurement conference for businessmen in six slates is scheduled Sept. 13 at (lie Statehoiisf here. The meeting, sponsored by the Greater Boise Chamber of Commerce, is to acquaint businessmen with federal procurement and contract policies. Car Hits Station N A M P A - Dennis Ilealy, address not listed, was arrested cident al Thompson's Frontier Station at 742 12lh Ave. Road in Nampa. Record.^show a car driven by Arlene J Sam, Emmctl, ran inlo a pis pump and step ladder al tho station, causing aliont $12 in damages. Ilealy was a passenger in (lie Sam car. No other citations worr issued. 8-1 68 95 63 91 59 75 50 95 57 67 49 82 70 81 60 90 59 90 75 82 63 51 55 91 72 87 67 Jacksonville 92 72 Juneau 04 46 Kansas City 90 73 Las Vegas Ul 90 Los Angeles 88 68 Memphis 80 74 Miami 86 85 Mpls.-St. Paul 91 G7 Nampa 93 55 New Orleans 90 75 New York 80 65 Omaha 90 72 87 65 81 56 85 67 Salt Lake City 101 71 San Diego 74 65 San Francisco 68 52 76 57 80 51 85 65 90 63 Frhlay's high was 115 at Buckeye, Ariz. This morning's low was 38 al Kalispell, Monl. Commies Rodeo Championships Lose Approach Selections 42S Men TRAVELING THE RODEO circuit has its drawbacks for Lynn Landon, wife ot television personality Michael Landon, 1961 Snake River Stampede star. "I enjoy meeting the people and seeing new places but we both miss the children," she said. A former fashion model, Lynn now devotes her time to the couple's five children and their seven-bedroom home in Encino, Calif. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) TV Star's Wife Is Former Model By JO ANNE MARE? "Fashion is going through a fun stage today and I love the new clothes," claims mini- skirted Lynn Landon, wife of television's Little Joe Cartwright, (Michael Landon), 1967 Stampede star. A slender, tanned former fashion model, Lynn's interest In clothes has never waned and much of her wardrobe consists of the controversial mini-skirt. "One thing most people forget is that the A-line is an absolute must for the mini-skirl," she commented. "You can't take a sheath skirt and shorten it then expect it to 1 look good. Neither can you wear three-, inch heels with a mini-skirt. Unless of course you want to look like you're on stills!" Although she retired from (he modeling profession when she married Landon five years ago, she still keeps busy attending shows and doing occasional modeling for charily. She hopes to organize a modeling class in their church "to help some of the younger girls with poise and carriage." Lynn began her modeling career at Hie age ot 16 after graduating from a San Francisco modeling school. "I did free lance modeling mostly," she said. "1 modeled everything but lingerie and usually was modeling for several different designers at one show. II was a lot of fun and of course you meet so very many people." She described her 10 years as a model as "A fun life! Everyone likes clothes and it's just fun wearing so many different ones," she said. Since her marriage to Landon, she has devoted most of her time to their five children. "Believe me, they can keep you hopping," she laughed. They include Landon's two adopted sons, Mark, 18, and Josh, 7. Lynn has a daughter Cheryl, 13, by a former marriage and the couple has two lots, Leslie, 4, and Mike, 3. "Mark has his own apartment now and is becoming more independent," she noled. "He Is studying music and hopes to become a concert pianist." All of the Landon children attend public sdionl. "Most of (he actors' children do attend public schools." Tho Landons live in a seven- bedroom home in Encino, Calif, where Ihey occasionally entertain such notables as the lorne Greens, the Dan Blockers and the Vir Damones. "Many of our friends are in non-show business fields," she said. "Our closest friends are in Ihe pro- duce business." She said they rarely entertain large groups of people. "We like the peace and quiet of our home and to me there is nothing worse than a cocktail party." Her husband seconded that. Lynn almost always travels with her husband on his rodeo tour. "1 enjoy meeting the people and seeing new places but we both miss Ihe children. Sometimes when we come home from a trip they say 'no more trips, please'!" Occasionally the Landons take the children with Ihem on tour but it is hard lo travel with five children according to L'yijn. "We'd' need "a whole"riiolel!" ' T h e kids take Mike's work fir granted and are relatively Unimpressed with Ms star slatus. "The younger ones go lo bed before Bonanza comes on the air so they rarely even see his films," she explained. "When people ask for his autograph the children are so excited because everyone likes Iheir daddy." She said when they take (tie children with them on tour the little ones enjoy the rodeo clowns more than they do their father. Leisure lime -- «hat there is of it - is spent sun bathing, water skiing, playing tennis or taking golf lessons. She is also active in their church. "I am not overly active in the church because I don't have that much lime," she said. "But I do enjoy doing what I can." With the close of the Stampede, the couple is headed for Cheyenne for the FronlierDays. "Then we're going home for a few days," Lynn said. "I'm beginning to miss the kids." One thing she said about Ihe rodeo circuit was that small towns were much more fun than larger towns. "I've enjoyed our slay in Nampa -- it's a friendly lorn and it's been fun." Money Missing At Station NAMPA -- Police today were investigating two breakins which occurred during the past day. Officers found an overhead door at Ihe Enco Slation, First Street and 10th Avenue South, open shortly after midnight last nighl. Investigation proved a lock broken off a tool box where cash receipts were kepi. The reoney was missing. Also under investigation was a breakin at the Firs! Christian Church, 619 12lh Ave. S., in which entry was made through an alley door. A supply room door had been pried open, but nothing appeared to be missing, the report shoved. (Continued from Page 1) Less than a mile below the North-South Vietnam border's Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) a platoon of Leathernecks underwent one of the most savage bombardments of the war, according lo spokesmen. The 45-man unit took 120- rounds ot heavy Communist mortar fire and dug in and fought off attacking North Vietnamese until more Leathernecks poured in and the Communists ran. In the air, U.S. jet pilots flew 110 missions against North Vietnam Friday. As reported earlier, Navy pilots shot down three and possibly a fourth Communist MIC that tried to block their attacks on oil dumps and rail yards near Haiphong and Hanoi. In the south, giant U.S. Air Force B52s continued their massive bombing of the threatening Communist buildup of an offensive base in the A Sahu Valley near the Laos border. But on the ground U.S. commanders reported the greatest fighting since last month's Marine smashing of a North Vietnamese invasion drive across the DMZ. Near Saigon, tanks of the U.S. Army's crack llth Arnored guerrillas setting up an ambush near the massive allied war base at Bien Hoa. In killing the 90 Communists, the Americans suffered 15 killed, 60 wounded and a helicopter downed. Maoist Leaders Seized (Continued from Page 1) Communist Parly. Chen is commander of the Wuhan military command. The demonstrators in Peking also were reported to have called for the ouster of President Liu Shao-chi, Mao's chief opponent in the power struggle raging in Communist China since early last year. Reports of the capture of Wang Li and Hsieh appeared first, ill Red Guard publications. China experts here said they were "inclined to accept" the reports. A Peking-based Japanese correspondent for the Asahi newspapers quoted Peking reports as saying Hsieh and Wang were seized as hostages by rebel troops and conservative anti-Mao forces in Wuhan. The fate of both was unknown. (Continued from Page 1) Noon to match the previous best score set by Ned LondoTuesday night while riding Koolney Gold. Sonny Ehr of Minol, N. D,, dogged his sleer in 8.4 seconds to lake top money in Ihe steer wrestling event Friday. EdGal- emba of Straftord, Conn., dropped his steer in 11.3 seconds for second place. Best time so far this year was made Wednesday night by Gene Miles, Eugene, Ore., with a time of 6.4 seconds. The fastest time in calf roping was turned in by But Ions Howard of Portales, N. M., who tied his Brangus calf in 12 seconds flat. Second best time was turned in by Bud Farris of Las Cruces, N. M., with 17 seconds flit. Other calf roping times · Adrian Carlson, Jerome, 29.1 with a 10-secondpenalty; Merrill Bond, LaJunta, Colo., 39.9; Leonard Hampton, DodgeCity.Kan., 17.9; Jack Wallace, Ellensberg, Wash., 21.2. Third best time insteer wrestling was made by Dave Hart, Pc- catello, in 12.3 seconds. Other times included Gene Miles, Eugene, Ore., 34.6withalO-second penalty; R. L.Tolbert, Fountain, Colo., 29.1; Phil Hatcher, Okemah, Okla., 14.9; KennyNeuens, Bismarck, N. D., 13.6; and Kenny Schroeder, Okarchie, Okla,, 18.0. Sticking on saddle broncs for Ihe full time in addition to those listed above were: Chuck Swanson, Cody, Wyo,, scoring a 51; Ned Londo, Las Vegas, Nev., 62; John Ivory, Redman, Calif., 58; Jack Thrasher, Sacramento, Calif., 41; and Dave Hart, Poci- tello, 59. The 1966 bucking horse of the year, "Descent," rammed Paul Strieker of Weiser against the arena fence, ending what could have been a top saddle bronc ride. Olher than Bill Stanlon, the only other man lo ride out the required eight seconds in Ihe bull riding event was C. .W. Adams of San Luis Oblspo, Calif. Currently ranked fourth in national RCA competition, Adams held on a spinning bull to tally 64 points. Several of the go-rounds are complete. The winners of "day money," Iheir score and the sum of money they pocketed are: Leading in events are: Calf roping, three calves, total time: Dean Oliver, Boise, first, 25.6 seconds; Buttons Howard, Portales, S.M., second, 27.7 seconds; Sonny Ehr, Minot, N. D., third, 28.0 seconds. Steer wrestling, four steers, lotal lime: Sonny Ehr, first, 46.0 seconds; Kenny Neuens, Bismarck, N.D., second, 52.2 seconds; Dave Hart, Pocatello,third, 61.1 seconds. '' Bareback bronc riding, horses, total points: Jim MM I halek, Denver, Colo., first, 126; points; Andy Miliate, Lompoc,: Calif., second, 123 points; Ken-: ny Stanton, Weiser, third, 120; points. Saddle bronc riding, three nor-' ses, total points: Ned Lento, Las Vegas, Nev., first, lie points; John Ivory, Redman, Calif., ' Swahson, Cody, Wyo., third, 113 points. Bull riding, one bull: George Paul, Del Rio, Tex., first, 72 points; Bill Stanlon, Amboy, Wash., second, 70 points; Carl Nafzger, Ollon, Tex., third, 69 points. BarebacK bronc riding: First go-ro'j:iWim Mlhalek, Denver,. Colo., 69 points, $236.97; Kenny; Slanton, Weiser, 61 points,$177.13; Andy Miliate, Lompoc, Calif., 59 points,$118.49; George Paul, Del Rio, Tex., 52 points, S59.29. Second go-round - Jackie Wright, Dayvllle, Ore., 65 points, 5236.97; Andy Miliate, 64 points, $177.f3j Millalek, 57 points, $116.49; Kenny Stanlon,' 53 points, $59.29. Saddle bronc riding: First go-round - Ned Londo, Las Vegas, Nev., 64 points, $171.73; John Ivory, Redman, Calif., 6S points, $128.80; Tim Erickson, Schnelling, Calif., 61 points, $85.87; Dave Hart, Pooaletlo, 60 points, $42.93. Calf roping: First go-round -Sonny Ehr, Minol, N.D., 13.8 seconds, $487.46; Dean Oliver, Boise, 14.1 seconds, $305.59; Bud Farris, Las Cruces, N.M,; and Buttons Howard, Portales, N.M., split thirdand fourth money, with 15.7 seconds times, with $187.80 for Karris and $182.61 for Howard. Sleer wrestling: First go- round - Roy Duvall, Boynton, Okla., 8.0 seconds, $137.80; Phil Hatcher, Okemah, Okla., 8.8 seconds, $103.35; Dave Karl, Pocafello, 9.6 seconds, $68.90; and Sonny Ehr, 10.8 seconds', $34.45. Second go-round --Gene Miles, Eugene, Ore., 6.4 seconds, $137.80; Phil Halcher, 7.1 seconds, $103.35; Bill Duvall,Boynton, Okla., 10.7 secor.ds, $68.90; Kenny Neuens, Bismarck, N.D., 11.0 seconds, $34.45. Third go-round - Sonny Ehr, 7.4 seconds, $137.80; Kenny Neuens, 8.2 seconds, $103.35; Ed Galemba, Strafford, Conn,, 8.6 seconds, $68.90; Gene Miles, 9.4 seconds, $34.45. Fourth go-round - Sonny Ehr', Bi4 seconds, 5137.80; Ed Galemba, 11.3 seconds, $103.35; Dave Hart, 12.3 seconds, $68.90; Kenny Neuens, 13.6 seconds, $34.45. Plea Postponed In Drug Charge CALDWELL - The case of a 40-year-old Wapato, Wash., man, was continued Friday in Seventh District Court until My 28 to allow him to enter a plea to a charge of attempting to obtain a narcotic drug by fraud. J.D. Lewis, who was living in Nampa at the time of the incident, is charged with attempting to obtain April 22 a drug commonly called Dilandid a derivative of opium, from the Nampa Drug Center. 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