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The Idaho KreePr«ss4 Tin- NV.\s-Tnbune. Monday, August ·, i9?b --J The news -- briefly By United Press International World Japanese executive indicted TOKYO - A- former chairman of a major Japanese trading firm was indicted today in connection with Ihe $12 million Lockheed payoff scandal, lliru Hiyama. 66. former chairman of Marubeni Corp.. Ihe one-time Japanese agent for Lockheed Aircraft Corp.. was indicted on charges of violating Japan's foreign exchange and foreign trade control ts'v. me Toyko District prosecutor's office said. Prosecutors accused Hiyama of passing $1.6 million of Lockheed funds to former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka on four occasions. Trinidad, Tobago now republic PORT OF SPAIN. Trinidad and Tobago - Trinidad and Tobago formally renounced its allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II Sunday to become Ihe world's newest republic. The changeover ended 179 years of British sovereignty. Nation URW pickets arrested AKRON, Ohio - Police arrested 34 United Rubber Workers Union pickets today, dispersing a group of about 300 at gales to Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. plants. Goodyear filed a formal complaint against the pickels for violating a court order limiting picketing and harassment of salaried employes who continued to work during Ihe 104-day-old URW strike. Fire breaks out in hotel ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. - A fire roared through the sixth floor of the Howard Johnson's Regency Hotel today, injuring 17 persons and forcing 300 guests into Ihe street. Authorities credited James Grecco. 29. a New York City fireman who was a guest at Ihe hotel, with rescuing 15 people from sixth-floor rooms by preventing panic and helping them climb onto two aerial ladders. Voters will trim hopefuls list Kv Robert Van Husklrk BOISE d'Pli -- Sevenlrei! incumbent Idaho legislators are opposed in Tuesday's generally lack-luster primary election. A total of 225 candidates are vying for a place on Ihe November general election, at which time 105 legislators will be selected. While the primary campaign has generally created liltle interest around Ihe Gem State, there is at least one district in North Idaho where all three legislative races are contested on the Democratic side. District 8. which consists of Idaho and Lewis counties and the southern portion of Nezperce County, has eighl Democratic candidates seeking slots for Ihe November election. Among Ihe three Democrats running for the senate is former Stale Sen. William Dee, a Grangeville attorney who- was an unsuccessful candidate for governor. Dee is opposed by Michael S. Black, a 30-year-old Craigmont minister, and Arlo Giles, Lewiston. Indications are the final outcome will be between Dec and Black. Rank R. Higgins of Kamiah is unopposed to represent the Republicans for Ihe seal held by Jack Tacke, Cot!ortwood Democrat who decided against re-election. In the Dislrict H House races, incumbent Harold Reid. Craigmonl, has opposition from Edgar A. Leach for one House seal. Roscoe [.eGresley, Lewiston, Otto W. Brammer, Ignore and K. Jim Ries, Grangevilie, seek the Democratic nomination for Ihe other seat being given up by incumbent Dale Branson, who is not running again. Several incumbents in Ada County have primary election opposition, including Senate Slale Affairs Chairman H. Dean Summers, R-Bpise, He is opposed by Democrat Jim Hill of Boise, whose wife also is a candidate for a House position from Districl 17. Susan Hill is opposing Larry W. Harris in the Republican race for Ihe seal held by Ron Twilegar, a Boise Democrat, who elected lo seek (he chair held by Summers. Twilegar has no opposition in the primary. Both incumbent Republican state representatives in Dislricl 18 are being opposed. Incumbent Jack C. Kennevick, Boise, isopposed by 1. Dan Adkins, also Boise, and State Rep. Rudy Andersen, Boise, is under attack from Wendy Ungrichl of Boise. In Dislrict 14, Sen. Vernon K. Brassey, R-Boise, has opposition from two members of rn v parly -- John H. Bloomer and Everelt W. Thompson, both Boise. And in the Districl H Republican House race, Lou Reefer and J. Michael Gwarl- ,,,v ol Boise are battling il out. Dan Emery. Boise the in- cumbentDemocratic representative, has no opposition. sTaTe R» JolVn F. Reardon. K-Boise. is opposed m to own par bv Kalph S. Samson, Boise, i^lstric.RAIsfl. m the same district. Sen. Walter Yarbrough, R-Grand View.Senate majority caucus chairman, has opposition from Ormon E. ·aWemen hear 'IS criticism Counly Districl 11 Stale Sen. Dean Abrahams.'R-Caidwell. is battling newcomer Warren W. T TMme" inte^'was generated in District 21 when Republican Slate Rep. E.V. McHan. Ketchum who, is not seeking re-election, publicly campaigned againsl GOP Stale Sen. .lohn Peavey of Rupert. Peavey is opposed on his ticket by Barbara R. Fagg ol Hailey and Carl J. Williams of Rupert Districl 21 State Rep. Steve Antone, R-Ruperl one of the House legislative leaders, has opposition from Ronald M llawkes. Paul, while Emory M. Dietrich, Hailey and Mack W. Neibaur. Paul, seek Ihe GOP nomination for the seat held bv McHan. 'in Dislricl 23, Ronnie G. Hall. Gooding, seeks lo knock off incumbent Rep. John H. Brooks, a Gooding Republican. Israel "Is" Merrill, a Blackfool Democrat, decided to leave the House and seek the Dislricl 27 Senate seat being vacated by Stan Kress, a Firth school teacher seeking Ihe Democratic nomination for Congress from the Second Dislricl. Merrill is unopposed in his primary. Two Democrats are vying for Ihe nomination to replace Merrill in the House as 'well as Ihree Republicans. Linden B Bateman, Idaho Falls, is looking to unseat incumbent Republican Rep. Clifford N. Scoresby in Dislrict 31 while in Dislrict 35 Max E. Kendell of Aberdeen is hoping lo. knock oul Stale Rep. Ralph "Moon" Wheeler, American Three Democrats are battling in Dislrict 32 for a chance to face Sen. Keed \V. Budge. R-Soda Springs, in Ihe November election. They are W. Edward Holderby, Monlpelier;.J. Daniel Roberts. Preslon and Max Hughes, Soda Springs. Budge has no opposition. Al the other end of the stale, in District 1, Democrat Incumbent Don Maynard. Clark Fork, has opposition in his' primary from W. Curtis Snyder, Sandpoinl, white in District 10 C!OP Rep. George G. Danielson. Cambridge, battles Laurilz C. Christensen, Fruilland. And in Dislricl 13. Virginia D. Smith, a Caldwell Republican, who was appointed at the latter part of the last legislative session lo fill oul a vacancy in the House, is opposed by Michael \V. Thompson. N'ampa. Three counts of arson filed SILVER CITY. Idaho l U P I i A Nevada cattleman told Ihe tth annual convention of the wyhee County Calllemen's .ssociation Saturday lhal envi- "And yel. according to federal rulings. writing those statements qualifies as a physical range improvement. "Cattlemen "AW, CO.ME OX, FELLAS, all I want lo do is watch the rodeo." It appears this horse would rather watch than participate as he rears up and straddles the chute gate while Jason Manning, third from right, grips the rope and slruggles lo remain seated. The horse was supposed to provide spectators al (he second Annual All Indian Rodeo Saturday in Nampa wilh an exhibition of classical saddle bronc riding techniques. Manning later gol Ihe horse calmed down, untangled and straightened into the chule, and look his 10 second wild ride. iPhotoby Phil Carroll) iiental -statements ordered by« ederal courts for Ihe 212 Bureau of Land Management grazing ilistricts. John Marvel, president of Ihe Nevada Cattlemen's Association, said he is scared. I "Those new EIS regulations :ould pul us out of business." he aid. He said cattlemen wind up laying for new regulations on [razing policies lhal could vreck their business. ; "We're paying very dearly in grazing fees right now." he said. C. ' "We have to gel our message across to those bureaucrats east of Ihe Mississippi and we can only do il hy maintaining slrong organizalions." The caitlemen passed a resolution protesting the $-100,000 cost of a statement prepared for Ihe Challis district, saying the document has proved lo be virtually worthless and adding Ihey dislike its use as a model for other statements. Nevadan takes top slot at end of Indian rodeo By Michael Ileavener NAMPA - A Shurz, Nov., cowboy topped 25 other competitors al the Second Annual All Indian Rodeo, to win ;i $650 hand-made Irophy saddle as best all-around cowboy. Fred Kinerson Jr., placed first on Ihe strength of his scores in calf and learn roping events. Idaho briefs Inmate takes off He won a gold and silver belt partners L buckle after he look the calf Kayne. roping average for the Ihree night Western Stales Indian Rodeo Association-sanctioned rodeo, which ended Saturday night in Nampa. He won the first go-round held Thursday night, placed second in the second go-round Friday evening and was awarded the buckle and the saddle after competition ended Saturday. He teamed with Fred Williams to place fourth in Ihe team roping. The All Indian Rodeo is cosponsored by Rayne and Seal Enterprises, a local stock selling company, and (he Tommy and Jerry ich entrant paid $20 per evenl plus a $2 stock charge lo compete. The rodeo moved swiftly and efficiently between events, now barebacks, now calf roping, while the saddle broncs entered Ihe chutes, now learn roping and finally Ihe big Brahma bulls. I BOISE IUPI) - Jerry Wayne IJennell. 23. walked away from the Eagle Island Prison Farm Sunday morning and still was a I lrge today. ! Authorities discovered Ben- n'elt was missing when prisoners were assembled (or their noon rpeal. He last was seen about 10:50 a.m. Warden Richard Anderson said just moments after Bennetl was discovered missing his falher arrived from California to visil him. ; Bennett was sentenced to five y.ears for grand larceny in Oassia County in July 1975. ; Officials said he is five feel. 10 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds, has dark brown hair and a dark complexion and "April 53" tatlooeri on his upper left arm and "Cindy" tattooed on Ihe hack of his left shoulder. TWIN FALLS. Idaho (L'PH- More than 4.000 persons attended the dedication of the new Perrine memorial bridge Saturday afternoon. The capacity crowd which jammed the bridge listened to local county and state officials praise the new structure as a means of linking Jerome and Twin Falls counties as one single Magic Valley community. The new structure towers 486 feet above Ihe Snake River and supports 9 million pounds of steel. It is more than 76 feet wide, providing four lanes of t r a f f i c , a concrete median barrier lo separate lanes, and full-length pedestrian walkways on both sides. Total construction cost was S10.560.000. \ lor the year of sti Noon stock quotations J SoXr STOCK QUOTATIONS FURNISHED THROUGH EDWARD D.JON'ES and CO. of CALDWELL (These figures do not represent Actual transactions. They are intended as a guide to the approximate price range.) DOW JONES AVERAGES NOON Industrials 982.69-1.95 Transportation 220.97-.57 Utilities 91.80-t-.25 Composile 308.09 : LISTED STOCKS Alherlsons 21 American Telephone 57'-j Bethlehem 41 '» Boeing 39', Boise Cascade 26'. Chrysler 21', Champion Home Builders 4 1 . Exxon 5.1' i Fleerwood " I7'n General Electric 54'3 .General Motors « J . Idaho Power 771 ! Si Kurnecoll Morrison-Knudsen Occidcnlal Petroleum Phillips Petroleum Portland Gen. Elect. RCA Reynolds Tobacco Scars Si. Oil of California Union Oil Union Elect. Union Pacific 89 1 ! Weslinghouse 16 S Winnebago 6'j LOCALOVERTHECOUNTER QUOTES Rid 1st Security Bank IH'i Idaho lsiNal'1 Bank 39'i Iriler/nounlain Gas 13 MUTUAL FUNDS Bid Col. Inc. Fund Inv. Co. of America Kcy.DHBonFd. Putnam Gr.Fd. Putnam Inv. Fd. 18'H 60'* 19\ 28 ',, 57' i 52'. 37' h 51'* 15 Ask 35'i 31'i 8.49 Ask 9.28 H. IS 15.46 8.04 8.78 10.68 11.67 7.94 8.6t BOISE l U P I i - A group of Boise State University students will spend the upcoming school year in Spain, in Ihe university's foreign studies "Campus in Spain" program. University officials said Ihe program will be held this year due lo a successful summer recruitment resulting in enough students to make Ihe program self-supporting. BSU program director Dr. Pal Bielcr said sludcnls can still sign up unlil Ihe end of August for the year of study in Onate. Spain. The group will leave Boise on Sept. 2 BOISE ( U P l l - Heavy rainstorms raked southweslern Idaho Sunday, damaging several roads and forcing law enforcement officers lo close Ihe U. S. 30 underpass al Mountain Home for Ihe night. In cloudburst proportions, the storm hil Mountain Home and portions of Elmore County about 8::iO p.m. filling the underpass with about four feel of waler. It sent a five-fool wall of waler down a canyon on Grand View Road, about five miles north of Grand View, undercutting part of Ihe road and threatening a housing unit at Ihe J.R. Simplol Co. feedlol. The Owyliee Counly sheriff's office said Ihe rain caused flooding on Slate Highway 78 nine miles wet of Grand View, piling muri and debris on, Ihe highway. Highway crews dispatched a plow lo Ihe area and cleaned off the hulk of the debris. Besides the work done by the Raynes and Seal, most of Ihe lask of organizing fell to their secretary, Bobbi llartman, who spent two weeks working from G a.m. lo midnight making up competition lists and assigning slock to each entrant. . . Another hard-working volun- Owyhee Rodeo Association, as leer, without whom Hie rodeo encouragement for Indians lo wou ld have been impossible, see what the area has to offer was timer Gwen Anne Thacker. them. she limed each event wilh a "I'd really like to see more stop walch, blew the finish Indians shop here," said Gary whistle, and wrote scores and times down so lhat Bobbi could make oul (he winners' checks. Other people involved, also volunteers, were chute boss CALDWELL - After nearly a month of investigation. Caldwell police have arrested and charged a 30-year-old Nampa man wilh arson in connection wilh the July ·) Old Mill Block fire. Earl Dale Morris Jr., 22j Delaware, Nampa. was lo be arraigned in Magistrate Court today on one count of second degree arson, one count of al- lemplcd,first'degree,arson ami. ..yari, .shflrlly ( be nir , one .count of attempted third fires were discover! degree arson.-according to James C. Morfitl. Canyon Counly prosecutor. The second degree charge concerns Ihe fire which destroyed one section of The Old Mill 'Block, displacing 11 business offices and causing an estimaled 5550.000. Also burned in lhal fire, which was discovered about 4 a.m. by a passing policeman, was the Bob Nicholas Oil Co. Air Comfort building. The first degree arson charge, said Morfill. is on another section of the Old Mill Block which was saved bv firemen. Seal. The second year of competition drew 251 cnlries and iheir families from eight western states and two Canadian provinces. Many of the Indians travel a rodeo circuit of Iheir own, competing in events from HIM each; and Pere Bruiiehead, 111.J3. Average -- Chuck Lewis, S134.lt and buckle: Oliver Louis,1H.I3; Sieve Palmer, Itl.olr and Vince Garcia, 1JI.C4. Top live 1350 saddle bronc ride-oil -Vince Garcia. Wild mustang repine-- average -- Glen Abel and Evan Wines, 1133.00 each and bucktesr Tim Crutcher and Hugh Smart. SIU.CO each: Ted Howard and Clint walker. 1133.M each: Herman Anderson and Miller Anderson, Itl CO each; and Will Blossom and Vince Garcia. (4340 each. Girls barrel race -- 1st 90 round -- Lawancia Branson, 177.10,- Betly Sarr.pson. 118.20; Brenda Kicks, 13113; and Bonnie HICKS. 111.43. !nd go round -- Lawanda Bronson. 177.1,0; Delia Johnson, 151.33; CharleneHutchinscn. 13* 13; Srenda Hicks and Donna Broncho, 19.70 each. Average -Lawanda Bronson, HMO and buckle; Brenda Hick!, IJI.iO; Belty Sampson and Charlene HuTchinson, $31.10 each. Team caHroaing -- 1st go round-- Gary Rogers and Ralph Rogers, 117413 each; Gilbert Williams and RusiellWilliams. lien with Mclvin Joseph and Russell Williams. 117.33 each. 3nd go.rou.nd -- Roger Williams and Fred Kinencn Jr.. lied with Ed Ingawanup and Keith Ingawanup, TM{.".'m h J. G «7h.";," s .*" d - "oary electorate Rogers ar.d Ralph Rogers, 1331.80 each and buckles; Tod Cline and Bill Thacker. 1174.40; Ed Incawanup and Keith Ingavwanjp, im.40 each; Fred Kir.erson Jr., and Fred Williams, HS.70 each o . , , ,, . Kids bareback pony riding - Alan KeSldOntS Of Guthrie COnteSt- Bruiselieid buckler Fernando Aslarloar ed t h e m O V f . but it Was Upheld in Wright Brmsehead; Raymond Hurlado; inn u .1. t- "Jupinrni m Franklin Dick and Verlyn J. Tom. l911 "' the Supreme Court. First capital GUTHRIE. Okla. l U P I t This lown of about 10.000 served as Oklahoma's first slate capital. Gulhrie served as capital from the beginning of stalehood 1907 until 1910, when the voted lo move the capital lo Oklahoma Cily and finv. Charles N. Haskcll executed the move. II contains one apartment, and first degree arson is charged when a dwelling is involved, Morfill said. Third degree arson involves personal properly, he continued, which in (his case was a 1974 Ford van parked in Ihe lot of Lodge Motors approximately three blocks away from the Mill Block. Burned rags were found underneath the wheels of the ,-pther ie van, belonging to KiliManufacluring, did nol burn. \ Morfitt said no other arrests are expected in the investigation which has involved CaldweH police, a slate arson inspector; with the Department of Lawj Enforcement and an insurance company inspector. . I "They have done an excellent; job getting the case cleared up; (his soon." Morfitt said. He noted lhal an arson investigation can be lengthy "because so much of Ihe; evidence is destroyed." -; Morris, who had been questioned by police previously;; was arrested Friday nighl. in VOTE FOR BILL ANDERSON For CANYON COUNTY | COMMISSIONER Wallace Garcia, who had sons competing; judges Dwighl Maddox, Hob Craig and Larry Callaway; pick-up men Delbcrt Omak, Wash., to Fallon, Nev., Jim and George Walker; an- and as far soulh as Ihe All In- nouncer Bill Thacker, also a dian Championships in San competitor; and bullfighter- competitor; and Francisco. clown Mick Hessler. who A number of Ihe cowboys who several times saved competitors competed in Nampa this year and pick-up horses from being are old friends who deal gored by the Brahmas. professionally wilh Seal and his But first and foremost in Ihe minds of all the rodeo officials came Ihe lask of making everything go smoothly for Ihe Indian competilors, so thai when Ihey finally whistle blew, Ihey could lake earning checks and competition points home. Caldwellite faces charge CALDWELL-Frederico S. Pacheco, 26. of 700 N. 9lh, Calriwell, was scheduled lo be arraigned this morning on a charge of armed robbery !ii Money winners in each event were: Calf roping -- lit 44 round -- Fred Kinenon Jr., Sf3.ll; Herman Anderson, Ut.M; Ralph Ro«ers and Tod CUM. lilt! each. 7nd go round-- Garret! Spoenhunler, A Cnlriwdl no'ice reoorl in- " )17; F " d Kintr " n " · "'·"' f * A Liiinucii po.ice repori in william , WM . lna Melvin Jol(ph dicaled Pacheco was arrested at mn Averaw - Fred Kinerson j r , hnmr Sttnfhv mnrnini! .-"fter " 1 -" Jr « l bucm; Fred w,inarm, UI.M; nome aunia morninj, ..utr T- CMne H(J . JM p(1( BnilwllMdi allegedly robbing Ihe 7-Elcven 13331. Mnrr» Nnrth mth Avrnilp and Barebackfidinj -- Ulfd.rownd-- Sonny store, iMirin luin Avenue ami j im .,,.,. MlL , 1 , K , T , mm . l4 . (:o , de i, Klgm, Caldwell. Pnirnsnirl I'-irhwn .lllr2pdlv i-oice sain I acncco anegiuiy entered Ihe slorc wearing a Jonei, IW.44; and Pele Bruisehead. 131.37. 2nd go-round-- Jerry Sam, IIM.M; Myron Thomal, 171 14; Jerry Matl, 110.44; Sonny Jim. !«.!!. Average- Sonny Jim. II»M Tom and Jerry Matt. HI .u each. Bulld«94j!A«, -- lit 94 rovnd -- Jerry Man, 114.10; Cvrlii Cutler, H3.U; Sonny , . , , ,. ,, , ... Urn, 13MS;«fourth place. 7nd iftround handed over four or five (5 hills, _ j M / y Man, IHM Lee Knirtm, i««, Mike Dyer, S1I.4S: Pete IrulieheM, llt.3). Averafe - Jerry Man. 1U.H aiwt Iwckle; Lee KiKHeo, «4? U; Mike Dyer, UI.4I; and ·«« »r\is«he»d, 114.7). lull rMiAj - average -- Dwavnt Mil and Jim lesl, IMS H eacti, DwavM won Larry Cxidwi, I1MH; Ivlch Murta* and Fran* Hurtad*. SM )! each. Saddle KtK rl#lH -- 1st «g round Steve Palmer, 1171.li: Chuck Lewis. hhick scarf over his face and told the clerk lhal he had a gun under his shirl. The clerk police said. II you foil f o receive your paper by 5 30 p m please coi'ncl you' nr- .,«. or. I'nlil 6 30 p m , lt-.c News Tnb'jno ollitc. J51 J66J. or 'In- IdohoFrcD PrewolUe. J66 7891 »3.m JM Son. M1M; and Lyle Eljo. DIM. IIKI taraond - Oliver Le.il, Sill.II; Chuck LnK and Viixe Oarda, "Having worked through the years with Kenneth Stephenson 1 have "I have known KENNETH STEPHENSON lor 9 years and I know him to be a man ol integrity. II you want a Representative who is responsive to Ihe wishes ol the people vole for KENNETH STEPHENSON. Representative Dist. 12 Aug. 3id. Ralph Ginex fRep.-Dist. 12) Sen. (.eon Swenson "I am not a candidate for Representative Dist. 12 this year II yoj warn a conservative representative I urge you to vole foi KENNETH STEPHENSON for Representative Dist. 12 · Aug. 3rd. C. L (Kulch) Otter "I do not have any special interest group to suDDOrt I support CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT OF BY AND FOR the people. ' ' Kenneth Stephenson VOTE AUG. 3RD KENNETH STEPHENSON for Republican Representative DISTRICT 12 Kenneth St.ph.nson lor fl^ mi«««H.[).Hjn««TrM.i,f«i

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