The Times-News from Twin Falls, Idaho on March 7, 1971 · 2
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Sunday, March 7, 1971
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2 Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho Sunday, March 7, 1971 Seen F TWIN ' FALLS A "terrorist" movement spearheaded by Cesar Chavez, founder of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee in California, is moving into the Magic Valley, according to an avowed foe of Chavez, Anthony J. Hilder, Los Angeles, Calif. aiming that "Wall Street Hitlers have backed the terrorism of Chavez" in California, Hilder spoke Friday to a select group of Magic Valley agricultural leaders and representatives of the Amalgamated Sugar Co. on the upcoming threat to Idaho farming. "Chavez himself was in the Burley-Rupert area only a couple of weeks ago," Hilder told the Times-News. Chavez seeks to agitate trouble among Idaho farm workers in order to develop sympathy for his union-organizing activities, according to Hilder. Magic Valley Hospitals Magic Valley Memorial Cassia Memorial Admitted Gertrude E. Allen, Homer Houk, Mrs. Dale Langford, Victor Watkins and Russell Waegelin, all Twin Falls; Mrs. Phillip K. Clements and Albert Hughes, both Kimberly; Joe Cook, Emil Bernardi, Mrs. Emil Bernardi and Mrs. Ray Parksion, all Buhl; Jennifer Dodge, Dietrich; Mrs. John Pritchard, Boise.and Mrs. Winam Volkets, Wells, Nev. Dismissed Donald Paul Flynn, Mrs. Robert M. Schulyz, , William Fischer, Mrs. Charlie Knaoo, Mrs. Nellie H. Murray, Cecil P. Brim, Mrs. Lilburn Resz and son, Audrey Boulware, Rochelli Hoover, Charles F, Bowyer, Mrs. Benny F. Vice, Mrs. A-Keith Owens, Randall Russell, Mrs. Monty Bess, Nick Mat-suda, Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Charles McBride, Mrs. Harvey Cook, Thomas Giles, Kenneth Johnston, Mrs. Dale Langford and Lueteicha Williams, all Twin Falls; Mrs. J. Oscar Stimpson and daughter, Dietrich; William Armstrong and Mrs. Charles Pawson and son, all Heyburn; Mrs. Leslie J. Stimpson, Mrs. Gary D. Askew, James Hoolahan, Beverly Martinez, Sharon Martinez and Delbert Martinez, all Kimberly; Creed H. Rutherford, David Hogerhuis, Ella Reinke, Joe Cook and Mrs. Ray Parksion, all Buhl; Don Trappen and Mrs. T. C. Bullock and daughter, all Jerome; Mrs. Gordon Larspn and son, Filer; Gracie Standlee, Hazelton; Larae Bates, Murtaugh; Mrs. Tom (Men, Rogerson; Lois Jennings, Burley ; Ralph Lovell, Idaho Falls, and Henry Cook, Joplin, Mo. Births A son and daughter were born to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ad-dington, Twin Falls. Daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Clements, Twin Falls; Mr. and Mrs. William Volkets, Wells, Nev., and Mr. and Mrs. Budd Madsen, Jerome. T.F. girl takes Salt Lake post TWIN FALLS - Connie Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hall, Twin Falls, has accepted a part-time position with the Salt Lake City, Utah, board of education. She is continuing her studies at Stevens Henager College, Salt Lake Gty, where she is taking a fashion merchandising course. Miss Hall is a graduate of Twin Falls High School. SUBSCRIPTION RATES THE TIMES-NEWS Twin Falls, Idaho By Carrier Per Month (Daily 4 Sunday) By Mail Paid in Advance (Daily & Sunday) 1 Month 3 Months 6 Months lYear $2.50 H.75 7.7S $1450 $27.00 Mail subscriptions accepted only where carrier delivery is not maintained. TIMES-NEWS SUBSCRIBERS for service on Paper Delivery Call your carrier or 733-0931 Before 4 p.m. daily or before 10 a.m. on Sundays PHONE 733-0931 Or use our toll -free numbers Buhl-Castleford Burley-Rupert Paul Oakley-Norland Filer-Rogerson-Holiister -Hagerman 543-4648 478-2552 326 5375 536 2535 arm 'terrorism seen Hilder represents the "COBRA" (Committees Opposing Bigotry and Racism in America) movement of California, a movement of which he is currently the public relations director. He claims mat Chavez and Stokley Car-michael, a Negro militant currently in hiding, have the same goals ... "to hate and disrupt and destroy and lie and steal and become blood brothers ..." Hilder said that Carmichael has told Chavez "Let there be no doubt that we are united." Echoing the claims of Col. Archibald E. Roberts, who spoke in Twin Falls two weeks ago, Hilder declared that the Chavez movement extends "through the ranks of both major political parties and via the super-rich multi-national financial interests of corporations like Purex and the Ford Motor Company, reaching Admitted John Butcher, Mrs. Lewis Mathis, W. Loren McCoy, Dallann Yarger and Renee Lynn Yarger, all Burley; Earl J. Taylor, Almo, and Patricia Oppe, Hazelton. Dismissed Edgar, Eldredge, Alice Devine, Michael Fisher, Tresa Blacker and Rick Holmes, all Burley; Wallace Hale, Oakley; Mrs. Norman Lee and Mrs. Max Drage, both Heyburn; Mrs. Douglas Jackson and son, Mrs. Orland Koyle and daughter, all Rupert, and Juel Eugene Hurst, Declo. Births A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis, Burley. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mathis, Burley. St. Benedict's Admitted . Mrs. Duane Foust, Mrs. Allen Blamires, both Jerome, and Mrs. Lynn Farnworth, Wendell. Dismissed Mrs. Marvin Boyer, Hagerman. Births Sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Foust, both Jerome. Minidoka Memorial Admitted Mrs. Ronald Griffith, Rupert. Dismissed Joyce Miller, Heyburn. Births A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Griffith, Rupert. Gooding Memorial Admitted George Jensen, Murray, Utah; and William C. Exon, Bliss. Dismissed Mrs. Kenneth Baumgartner and son, Twin Falls. Orpha Coleman BURLEY - Mrs. Orpha Mary Coleman, 86, a former Burley resident, died of a long illness Thursday at a Boulder, Colo., nursing home. She was born Sept. 25, 1884, at Mankato, Kan. On Aug. 10, 1910, she was married to Arthur Enos Coleman at Mankato, Kan. He died on June 26, 1965. Following their marriage, they moved to the Burley area where they homesteaded southwest of Burley and in 1915 they moved into Burley where Mrs. Coleman lived until July, 1967, when she moved to Boulder. Mrs. Coleman was treasurer for the City of Burley for 19 years. She retired from that position in 1958. She taught school, for seven years in Kansas prior to moving to Idaho. She was a member of the Burley Methodist Church, the Evergreen Chapter No. 46, Order of the Eastern Star, the Past Matrons Club, Delta Kappa Gamma and several study clubs. Suniving are a daughter, Mrs. A.B. (Kathleen) Phillips, Boulder, Colo.; two sons, Dr. Robert C. Coleman, a physician at Portales, N.M, and Dr. Charles F. Coleman, a scientist at the atomic laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn., and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 am. Tuesday at the Burley Methodist Church by Rev. George A. Trobough. Final rites will follow at the Pleasant View Cemetery. Friends may call at Mc-Culloch Funeral Home Monday afternoon and evening and Tuesday prior to services. right up to the head of the octopus the center of the world conspiracy, the Council on Foreign Relations." Hilder charged further that ANTHONY HILDER MegldPIffial dPMttliarle Funeral Services Mrs. VanStone Mrs. Turnipseed JEROME Services for Walter Henry will be conducted at 2 pjn. Monday at Hove Funeral Chapel. Final rites will be in the Jerome Cemetery. BUHL Graveside services for Clara Windle, of Buhl, who died Thursday in Buhl, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery Salt . Lake City, Utah. Friends may call at the Hopkins-Buhl Funeral Chapel this afternoon and all day Monday. BUHL Graveside services for Clara Windle, of Buhl, who died Thursday in Buhl, will be conducted at 1 p.m. S. M. Krenz JEROME Sylvester M. (Bud) Krenz, 57, died Saturday at St. Benedict's Hospital following a lengthy illness. He was born July 24, 1913, at St. Anthony, attended St. Anthony and Bliss schools and married Rhoda Alice Mitchell on July 24, 1934, at Jerome. She preceded him in death in 1957. Mr. Krenz lived and worked in the Hailey area as a miner until 1957, then followed highway construction work for a number of years. He had made his home in Jerome for the past 12 years. . Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Keith (Shirley) Jackson, Oakley; Mrs. Kenneth (Jerry) Draper, Palouse, Wash.; Mrs. Dean (Hollie) Swanson, Castleford; Mrs. Newell (Jackie) Bingham, Blackfoot, and Pam Krenz, Jerome; two brothers, William Krenz, Hailey, and Gordon Krenz, Jerome; four sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Wynona) Glahn, Payette; Mrs. Delbert (Madge) Ovard and Mrs. Wayne (Ruth) Culp, both Hailey, and Mrs. Arthur (Pat) Miller, Twin Falls, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Hove Funeral Chapel. Final rites will follow at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Bellevue Cemetery. Friends may call at Hove Chapel from 4 to 9 p jn. Monday and until 10 a.m. Tuesday. Anaclito Diaz BURLEY Anaclito (Chico) Diaz, 45, died Friday at Cassia Memorial Hospital. He was born June 30, 1925, at Hardin, Mont. He had lived in Burley the past 15 years and was employed by Ore-Ida Foods. In Dec, 1969, he married Lucy James in Burley. He was a member of the Catholic Church and a veteran of World Warn. Surviving, besides his widow, are a son, Jimmy Diaz, with the U.S. Air Force in Vietnam; his father, George Diaz, Windsor, Colo.; two brothers, Joe Diaz, Burley, and Regino Diaz, Windsor, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Lupe Lara, Burley, and Mrs. Sandy Ochoa, Windsor, Colo. Funeral services will be announced by McCulloch Funeral Home. Bridge players list winners JEROME The Jerome Duplicate Bridge Club listed the following winners in Saturday's play: East-and-west: Mrs. R. R. Williams and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, first;- Mrs. H. W. Huelebaus and Mrs. Don Jacobsen, second; and Mrs. Julia Brown, and Lester Saunders, third. North-and-south winners included Mrs. L. S. Bruce and Mrs. Charles Kays, first; Mrs. Roy Hill and Mrs. M. Bradic, second, Mrs. H. C. Hall and Mrs. Dwight McGill, third. the Ford Foundation provides funds for the Chavez terrorist movement, and that the Purex Corporation is similarly involved. Going further afield, Hilder charges that "the Federal Reserve System of the United States financed Adolph Hitler and fostered the Second World War," and that the revolutionists who triggered the Russian Revolution in 1918 were trained and financed by U.S. financial interests. "Communism is not created in Moscow or Peking," Hilder said, "but in New York City and Washington, D.C. "Communism is merely the red cape' that the bull chases around the ring; it's the sword behind the cape that you've got to watch out for," he declared. Taking a different tack, he assailed President "Adolph" Nixon, charging that since the U.S. Constitution declares FAIRFIELD - Mrs. Mar-jorie Van Stone, 64, Fairfield, died Thursday of a long illness at her home. She was born April 19, 1906, at Shongo, N.Y., attended school at Wellsville, N.Y. She later attended Wellsville Teachers Normal School and taught for three years at Wellsville. She was married to Herbert Van Stone on June 28, 1928, at Wellsville. The couple lived in Buffalo, N.Y., for 12 years until returning to Shongo, where she worked as a file clerk for Worthington Turbine Co., retiring after 21 years. The couple moved to Fairfield in December, 1970, to live near her daughter, Mrs. John (Beverly) Gaskill. Surviving besides her husband and daughter are two sisters, Mrs. Helen Graves, Stannards, N.Y., and Mrs. John Vossler, Shongo, N.Y.; a brother, Ervine Johnston, Shongo, and one grandchild, Roxanne Gaskill, Fairfield. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday at the Fairfield Community Church by Rev. Robert Rush. Final rites will follow at Elmwood Cemetery, Gooding. . Friends may call at Thompson Chapel, Gooding, today or at the Community Church from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday. , The family v suggests memorial contributions be made to the Odd Fellows Convalescent Center at Caldwell. Linda Lee Race TWIN FALLS - Mrs. Linda Lee Race, 24, of Twin Falls, died Saturday morning in a Boise hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a traffic accident Thursday south of Bellevue. She was born Jan. 6, 1947 at Twin Falls, and was a lifetime resident of the city. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors . include one daughter, Tammie Rae Race, Twin Falls; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koepnick, also Survivors include one daughter, Tammie Rae Race, Twin Falls; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kepnick, also Twin Falls; three brothers, Jim, Gary, and Jeff Koepnick, all Twin Falls; and one sister, Rita Tupper,- Twin Falls, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Koepnick, Twin Falls. Funeral services will be announced by the Twin Falls Mortuary. FUNERAL CHAPEL .r ADDISON AVENUE EAST .; TWIN FALLS 733-4900 - Paul D. Reynolds James C. Reynolds ;)J member IFDA and NFDA "aiding and abetting an enemy in time of war" to be high treason, that "Nixon is guilty of high treason. "He has increased aid and trade with Soviet slave states to the tune of $9 billion per year," Hilder believes. In a wide-ranging interview with the Times-News, Hilder voiced strong opposition to property tax, the American system of education, taxation of families who send their children to parochial schools ("it's double taxation"), sensitivity training in schools and colleges, and specifically what he calls the "Chavezzi movement" of Communistic terrorism. "If they put the little farmer out of business, they'll put the little people out of business," he said. "I'm trying to incite a revelation instead of a revolution," he concluded. FILER - Mrs. Retta Cox Turnipseed, 82, died Friday at a Buhl nursing home following a lingering illness. She was born April 3, 1888, at Piney Creek, N. C., and moved to Filer in 1912 from Piney Creek. She married Felix S. Turnipseed on Dec. 18, 1912, at Sparta, N. C. He preceded her in death June 30, 1963. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Piney Creek, N. C. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Thelma Crouse, Filer, and Mrs. Edith Smith, Twin Falls; one son, Paul Turnipseed, Filer; one brother, Charles Cox, Piney Creek, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Hazel Bo wen, in June, 1969, two sisters and four brothers. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 pjn. Monday at White Mortuary Chapel by Rev. FJam Anderson. Final rites will follow at the Filer IOOF Cemetery. Friends may call at the White Mortuary today and until 2 pjn. Monday. Taxpayers should use numbers TWIN FALLS - Area taxpayers filing federal Internal Revenue Service income-tax forms should take care to see that their Social Security numbers are included on the forms, according to the IRS. In addition, any payments on income tax, usually made by check, should carry the Social Security numbers on the checks, as a check on identification, and to make certain that the payments are credited. If the check is separated from the tax form, the Social Security numbers help in identification and may avoid inquiries from the IRS. Republicans meet TWIN FALLS - Twin Falls County Young Republican club will hold a membership meeting at 8 p.m. Monday at the Holiday Inn. Gary Blick, Castleford, state vice chairman, will report on the state convention in the latter part of April in Boise at the Owyhee Hotel. i i . eC ? ' " ?!- y r L - ' p Y ! ' ' K f' L - - - F . ' ' ' ' '"' If ' '?-ii' i I , ' &4 . ..-v .. V For sale THIS SEMI-AUTOMATIC pistol carried by the late Sir Winston Churchill during the Boer War will be auctioned at Sotheby's in London this month. Holding .30 caliber weapon is Lorraine Griffin, 20. (UPI) Lenaghen OK'd BOISE (UPI) - The Senate ended 38 days of waiting Saturday by confirming 27-6 the gub-ematorialappointmentofRobert Lenaghen as acting director of the Department of Administrative Services. Sen. Vern Brassey, R-Boise, one of six Republicans to vote against the confirmation, was the only senator who rose to oppose the conformation. He said he did it "not because I don't like Mr. Lenaghen. I like Bob. "I just think he was wrong," he said. The appointment was sent to the floor of the Senate by the State Affairs Committee, the first report on appointments of the session to go out without recommendation. The appointment had been held in committee since Jan. 27 after some senators questioned Lenaghen 's dismissal of two key employes who contend they were covered under the state personnel system. It's your beautiful world, inside, when it's SiRiflTO from at STORE NAME ONLY 1? '229" M 1 ' . 1 !H 11 3 piece set - 9 Drawer tnple dresser A Plate Glass Mirror .'3C Headboard and frame 7 ;l ? VB ft.-r, -.I'll ,S S2X:!i'U ' . 'it- , 'y Tel. oeauiv rs n initde mna when i i Ij !. "Serving Magic 'fif Bflssett fumiturt for your bedroom. . .Seremo. the everything bedroom in high 1 m stvl Swmsh flavor with fresh exctttng new designs empnasizino. luxury itorige . ''!V VV!,h matchinfl MlCBrw h'flh pressure laminated plastic tops for easy care-free I r I (utv with decorative mouldings underneath. This suite is in Esoania Oak finish of ijr iv.5fw .Mlected. veneers, and hardwoods with simulated wood components I iwrs ri i w f nil r t rwh c-'-fW WffLSON-BATES APPLIANCE STORES INC. JEROME 157 WEST MAIN 324-2702 Twin Falls Cemetery Select a Companion Lot while you are together. We offer a choice of flat marker, raised marker or private above-ground burial. 2 Adult Companion Spaces WITH PERPETUAL CARE $1 90.00 Twin Falls Cemetery Assn. A.W. "Bill" Madland, Pres. and Mgr. 435 Main Avenue E. Twin Falls tf V- Hras MfM&Pf uau surround wonruif .uitfc rr,t :,4 Nite Stand . . . 51" Hi in i ii I i.r";iirt! mm Valley since 1935" Low TWIN FALLS 702 MAIN AVE. NORTH 733-6146 Gus Engstrom, Declo, leaving Burley cafe ... Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boyd, Hagerman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Isaak dining out with friends . . . Mrs. Thomas Driscoll escorting her mother - in - law to "Oliver" performance ... Jack Snow, Burley, with foot in cast ... Dr. and Mrs. Harry Brumbach talking to friends in lobby of CSI Fine Arts Center ... Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rencher, Burley, walking along Overland Avenue toward house ... Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thomsen attending opening night of "Oliver" Don Worthington, Burley, enjoying doughnut with coffee . . . Mrs. Bonita Osborne acting as usher. .. Mrs. Bill Whittom, Rupert, talking on telephone to reporter . . . Mr. and Mrs. William Langley dancing . . . Leo Van Everey, Rupert, discussing open house plans Mrs. Karen Hamilton telling joke . . . Glen Jensen, Burley, looking over annual report. . . Anover overheard, "I never put off until tomorrow what I can put off until my day off." Scholar honored TWIN FALLS - Randy Given, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Modlin, Twin Falls, has been named to the Dean's List for high scholarship honors in the College of Letters ' and Science at the University of Idaho, where he is a junior-class student. - ! ' U c'Hf aim mm tug?- Gol Hiskmpin9 Low budget terms BURLEY 1250 ALBION AVE. 678-2382 fl 'It ft A' "Sfe4f.l.K?i ' ? I r - , A. ill Wl

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