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Waho FTH Press 4 caldwell Nws . Tribuie In«-forinjFfonf Housing Assist Viewed By LARRY D. HATFIELD WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Johnson Administratum official says that under existing legis. lation and authority, the government can "reasonably expect" to assist in th e construction of 50,000 new homes a year, providing some Z.5 mil. lion rural people with improved housing in the next decade Howard Bertsch, administrator of the Farmers Home Administration, also said that a housing program maintained at an annual level of $500 million would provide about 40,000mail- years of on. - site employment each year, most of it where there is widespread underemployment of rural people. Nearly half of all the substandard housing in the nation is in rural areas, although less than one-third of the total population lives in those areas. He said that as a result of legislation passed last year, his agency is in a position to keep that favorable trend moving forward. For example, qualified low- income rural families can now obtain housing credit on the basis of a co-signer. Previously only those rural people 62 years and older qualified for Ihis assistance. Also, creditforemergencyre- pairs or improvement ol owner- occupied rural houses has been increased from $1,000to?l,500, and financial assistance can now be given to construct rental housing for low - income rural families of all age groups instead of only those older than 62. The loan program administered by the Farmers Home Administration won't go all the way, however, Bertsch says. A loan program has limitations because it requires repayment ability on tlie part of the borrower. And there are many persons who either don't have that ability or it is so low mat it prevents them from obtaining sufficient credit to even improve or repair hazardous and unsafe housing. The only answer, he says, is a grant program to complement the loan program. He says the rationale for this type of financing for rural housing is not new. It has been employed in the farm labor housing program because it was obvious that the incomes of farm laborers were too low to pay the rentals that would cover maintenance costs and retire the debt created by the construction of new housing. Bertsc!) adds, "perhaps there will be some form of subsidy support provided for other types of rural housing in the near future." 400 Attend Creenleat Graduation GREENLEAF- Approximately 400 persons attended (he commencement exercises at the Greenleaf Friends Academy. Members of the graduating class were Dennis Antony, Sharon Biever, Rosalie Braun, valedictorian, Cyril Carr, sal- utalorian, Roger Cloud, Ronald Coble, Dwight Comfort, Mary Evans, Steven Fuller, John Hiskey, John Hull, Gary Jaquith, James Lehman, Albert Metcalf, Maurine Kourke, Douglas Sams, Joyce Shaffer, HarrySelby,Gary Simler, Coleen Smith and Eugene Tish, -student body president. End-of-the-year activities began with an alumni banquet at which Dr. Fred Knight, Northwest Nazarene College, and former Academy principal, was guest speaker. Howard Craven was master of ceremonies. Clair Smith, president of the Alumni Association, welcomed the class of 1967 Into membership. Baccalaureate services were held in (he Academy gymnasium with approximately 300 in attendance. Pheral Dodson, Nyssa Commtmlly Hospital administrator, was special speaker. A new teacher for Ine next year will be Miss Barbara Baker in the English department. Two men, both George Fox College graduates, and now tKchtig In Northwest Christ- Ian Schools, Spokane, will move to Greenleaf in August. ,le?s Kennison will be football and track each, and Fred Neumann will be in band, physical education and basketball. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 lo place your classified ad. If s fast, eisy 1 economical, "» * »»7 - A 2 FFA Sets State Contest THE i FAMILY LAWYER I Strvic« Directory I Service Directory SPRAYING Licensed i Insured, We j spray anything. N o r land, 459-3251. PAINTING Commercial Residential Reasonable prices, f r e e esl. Ph. 459-0125 01 585-2919 UNIVERSITY OFIDAHO, MOS- Funny Money cow- Nearly 500 Idaho'mem- bers of Future Farmers of America and their advisors will be \ \Vh;il if jiiu ilJM-ovor ;i ilul- hi i h i l l , recently .icquiicJ h\ uni. In the losit 1 on Ihe University of Idaho campus June 7-9 for the annual State FFA judging contests, henri i . lion ini^hl he: a iinin;ils. ilie n i c l h i n ^ ol a i motivated KU1BY SALES i SERVICE iiTM- in Kampa and Caldu-ell Factory Authorized Sales i Service Howard Brownloo,4E6-6S74 eve. -- C L A S S I F I E D S GET HESV1.TSI VASSAR M0flll£ MILLING SERVICE, Grinding, Rolling, Mixing, Molasslfying, Ph. Cald. ·159-3553. Professor H.A. Winner, head eta ;i hoi pouiiv onlo Mimi'b* . . ,. SHARPENING SERVICE m or hy (rindin E SAWS _ KN1VES _ SCISSOIIS MOWERS - CLIPPERS-TOOLS ADKINS LUMBER YARD Hm if ;un du. \ou will ho com- mining irii striou's crime of pass- FOLK SONG COMPOSER Johnny Lootens of the Jump Creek area is shown looking over some sheet music with his wife Patricia. An ex-Navy man, Lootens has written 20 songs' seven of which are copyrighted. ' Idaho Composer Songs Inspired By Farm Living of the agricultural education department in the College of Agriculture, said teams from most of the 70 state FFA chapters will compete in the contests which begin wilh livestock Judging at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 7. Dairy products, farm mechanics, dairy cattle, poultry, crops and meats contests are scheduled through the next two days, Winner said. Teams winning the livestock, meats judging and poultry contests will represent Idahointhe national FFA contests at Kansas City next fall. The slate winners in dairy products and dairy cattle earn trips to Waterloo, Iowa, for the nationals in those events. Top chapter awardof the state contests is the William Kerr memorial sweepstakes trophy, awarded to the Chapter whose once, gmng m much mformnlmn teams make the highest overall as you can about when, where, iind score in the seven judging con- from whom you received :he bill, tests. Last year, three chap- N °. you will nol be reimbursed CUSTOM WINDROWING Mobile Unit 466-5041 or Melbl 495-2259. r n ; i \ e r i t k . Me \\ py Miiufen p:i^si po\erl\ or hy \ cio. Me h;is tittle enough for plan- niny. money enough fui ci|ninmcnl, Notus ftd Caldu-ell 459-7081 iind Uilein enough f u r m.iniif;iclur- ine. l i e K ;i -.Mol uiNloinci w h o k n o w s t'\:nMly uluit he is Joiny. Ho\u^cr. merely p u s s i n j i -- m i l i k e n M n i i f i i e l n i i n £ -- euiinlerk'il jnuney m:\ o^cur m pel feel innocence. It is p;irt of Ihe yovern- menl's job in pioseculinp ui prove the person uho parsed lhe counterfeit money knew lor ;il IcuM I h o i i f h i ) [|i:ii it wn\ unmler- fell. C unsidcr Ihis cue: An inlouc:iied fellow. iMiiiiht spending uninlerfeil mone\ in :i b:ir. denied lh;it he knew inp counlerfeil inoncv. '1 rue. 5011 if" h;ive ;i hoi pol;iio on your hiinds Bui ii is folk lo ;idd 10 Ihe minor misUikc of iiccepliny lhe money Ihe m;ijtir nmtnkc of passing il along. Your duly is phin. Noiify the local police department or lhe United Stales Secret Service at By PHYLLIS SAYERS HOMEDALE - On a farm in the Jump Creek area a man is involved in composing folk songs. He is Johnny Lootens. Although they are written in the manner of folk songs, there is a balladeer quality that is Lootens' own style. With no formal musical background, Lootens has 20 songs to his credit, seven of which are copyrighted. Inspirations forhisworkcome Kuna News Notes KUNA- Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Van Schoiack and son, Donald, went to Missouri for a vacation visit with relatives. They were guests of Van Sehoiack's parents, ^fr. and Mrs. Ray Van Schoiack, and his brothers and sisters and their families in St. Joseph. On the way home the travelers visited two days in Denver with Mrs. Van Schoiack's sister, Mrs. Lenna Trine. Mrs. Lizzie King went to Cascade to visit a week with her son, Marion Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lowe and sons went to Fullerton, Calif., f o r a holiday visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Gross and family. Mrs. Gross is the Lowe's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owen have teen vacationing in north Idaho and were guests of a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gay, in Coeur- d'Alene. Mrs. N.J. Messick of Kuna, Mrs. John Krul of Nyssa and Mrs. Krul's daughters are visiting relatives in Caldwell, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Porter of Kuna were Sunday guests of a brother, Dan Porter, and his daughter in Homedale, Fidel Gaviola and daughter, Camille, went to Salem, Ore., to visit lor a week with Gaviola's mother, Mrs. Verl Hershberger. Marvin and Marty Hedberg are in Castlefordwheretheyare guests of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. andMrs. Larry Heil and baby. After visiting three weeks in Kuna, Mr. and Mrs. JerryNew- (on and three children have returned to their home in Renton, Wash. Mrs. Newton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morgan. Construction Spending WASHINGTON (UPIj -Money spent on new private construction In the United States In 19S6 totaled $50.6 billion, compared wilh S23.2 billion for new public construction, according to the Census Bureau. while working the earth, milking cows and once even in a dream. All of his songs have amoral. Some are based on true happenings and have a dash of fiction for rhyme. An ex-.Vavy man, Lootens has one song named "The Curse of the Jungle Bird" based on an experience while in the Solomon Islands. Another involves a satire on his name, "John Henry" from Navy life. In .composing-, the lyrics may come first and at other times, the tune. After the folk song is put together, the composer's own melody and words are sung by Lootens, unaccompanied, put on tape and sent to Mrs. Virginia Lamping, a musician who lives in Whittler, Calif., and who is a sister of Mrs. Lootens. Mrs. Lamping does the accompaniment by listening repeatedly to the tape. The resulting sheet music is then sent for copyright. Lootens, in his 40's, was born of Belgian parents. Hehaslived most of his life in the valley. He and his wife, Patricia, have 10 children. The composer's fondest dream is to have one of his songs published and known to complete a lifelong ambition. "Then," he said, "I would gladly succumb to the title of "Jump Creek John." Looten's copyrighted song titles are: "All in a Name," "The Greatest," "Curse of the Jungle Bird," "All Silver and Green," "Rollin" Stone," "T'was Only a Branch," and "Four Roads." Melbans Attain Legion Offices MELBA - Three Melbansre- ceived offices at the Third District convention of the American Legion held recently in Boise. George KirJdand was elected as area "C" vice commander. Mrs. George Kirkland was elected as auxiliary vice president of District 3, and Mrs. Eileen Stockwell was appointed third district chaplain. Mr. and Mrs. NorbertStocker and daughter, Lori, of Lawndale, Calif., are guests of Mrs. Stocker's parents, Mr. andMrs. George Kirkland. Also a guest of the Kirklands is Kirkland's mother, Mrs. Lona Kirkland of Olympia, Wash. The group will drive to Poca- lello to attend the graduation of another daughter, Miss Judy Kirkiand, from Idaho State University on Friday. lion Hays of Fresno, Calif., has been a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Webb. Hays will leave Monday for a three-month tour of the east coast of the United States and Europe. He is employed by Shell Oil Company. Two Melba residents, Mrs. Carl Weech and Mrs. Vance Leavitt, are visiting their par ents In England. , --« K - . , -. -- *,, when he rcali/ed detectives were ters-- Fruitland, Payette am; tor l . he one dollar. B»t you will be on his trail, flushed his counterfeit Vallivue-- tied for this trophy. RC 'P' n 8 lo "irb one of lhe most money down ,T toilet. In addition, three team prizes andcnt a n j persistent of crimes-- Thi s { \ nKt tnc and three high individual awards """ """ """ "" are made in each judging event. All awards are presented at the assembly which concludes the meeting June 9. The slate FFA judging contests are arranged each year by Professor Winner and his staff in cooperation with the State Department of Agricultural Education. College of Agriculture faculty members serve as official judges. We specialize in exterior painting. Free . Estimates, Ph. 466-6197 after 5 p.m. ~RED CINDERS Crushed or pit run, at pitorde.. VALLEY CINDER CO. -KI6-I075 befoi-e 9 A.M. . PLUMBING , , , . , , " " as Remodeling-Contracting-Ser- hogux. M the trial, lhe government vice Calls. Free esl. FIELDS lokl thc conn: P L U M B I N G SERVICE. 466-5827 "Shortly before ihis man's arrest, he tnirned n $5 hill lo light his cic;ir. So he must h;ive k n o w n lhe money was no fooj." Iliii ihe court \ias nol convinced beyond ;i reasonable ilmihl. and dismissed lhe charpe. The jiidfe .said il »;is quite possible for a d r i n k i n c man lo hum real money --inst to show off. tn another case, though, there was evidence lhal Ihe defendant, Landscaping Service Design Shrub planting, lawns i p r u n i n g Ph. 459-8225 No job too small RED CINDERS i TOP SOIL PULVERIZED FERTILIZER Fill Dirt - Leon Helt-459-9159 MAGER CABINET CO. U it's made of wood, we'll build it! Try and beat my price or satisfied service. Business Ph. 466-8166. Comm. Sprayers RAKE IN THE CASH Batman to if you're in one ihcit has been given a new convicted. The court found no re'a- Icase on l i f e by modern techniques sonahle explanation for Ihis be- of p r i n t i n g nnd ending. h . ivior cxccpt a ? u i k y conscience . An American Bar Associ.ilum public sen Ice feature by Will Bernard. £} 1967 American Bar Asucinlmn You don't need solve the problem need of extra cosh. Jusl check your "forgotten" storage areas; Ihe closet, the porch, the basement, the garage. There will be o number of still-useable househofd items there thai still have value to Idaho Free Presi News-Tribune wanl ad readers. Dust 'em off and role in lhe cash. DIAL 466-7391 459-4664 We'tl help you wrile your ad! Homedale Honor Roll Announced Revenue Service Gives Answers FENCES--PATIOS Chain Link, wood. All types repairs - Installations. Patio covers, carports. Free « 5 t. TREASURE VALLEY FENCE .459-3132 4fO,5240 ~ "^WINDROWING Ph. Coldwell 459-4706 Grain spraying, crop k ditch- bank, banding or broadcast. Trees, cattle, weeds and all types insects including termites. Equipped for any kind of job. Call 466-9608 or 466-2005 for estimate. BASEMENT WORK Under House Excovai.on CONCRETE WORK All kind!. Cement ploiVring. Free esti- moles. GARRISON YOUNG, 466-2369 466-1412. BRASSFIE LEI'S SPRAYING Dandelions, night crawlers, mites and spiders. WE SPRAY EVERYTHING! . _ Phone 466-B135 LAWN LEVELING Sod cutting Seeding BOB HUGHES 466-6758 \VeslernLandscaplng DRILLING CONCRETE PIPE jr quality concrete work (EDITOR'S NOTE: This column medical expenses I cleducled on ZS 1 *' "^^ of quests and answers on fed- my I960 return. What should I 7056. Froc'EsUnTat" do? ' A--Since Hie check was received in 1967 you may have to account for it when you file your return tor 1967. · The reimbursement must be SPRAYING eral tax matters is provided by lhe local office of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and is published as a public service lo taxpayers. The column HOMEDALE - Seven Home- answers questions most fre- me reimoursement must be dale High School students earned quently asked by taxpayers.) included in income to the ex- perfect grade averages of 4.0 Q- A company I worked for tent your medical expense during the second semester, last year Jusl sent me a letter deduction in 1966 would have Darrel Reisch, principal, an- saying they made a mistake been reduced if it had been nounced. in the withholding statement received then The perfect averages were they sent me. Should 1 file won by Steve Townsend, senior; another return with the riglit Sarah Brandon, junior; Lynne information? Evans, Carol Gordy and Brent A--Yes. File a Korm 10*10 Fry, sophomores and Betty containing the correct infor- ireslimen. relurn".at Ihe top. The return TREE SERVICE Brassfield's Free Est. Licensed, Ins., bonded. 466-5230. s, earwigs, elm trees, maples everything general. Alan Halfield. 466-6718 or 466-0151. CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Q-- How can I get a copy of my 1965 (ax return? A -- A copy of your return may be obtained by writing to your District Director. Be *?'«· Furniihed sure to give your Social Sec- Apit. Unfurnished ».,.....,,... ~~.«... ... , llc \\j t i t u K itLuiii urity number and vour address A »* Otter second semester honor should becomplete.providingall at lhe time von filed To qu " roll students are, seniors: the information called for. cover costs a chanre nf'si » AuctlonSal " Pam VanDerhoS, Kelly Cur- This return will replace the page is made You will h nil ed Us, Sherry Kushlan, Sheila one previously filed. Be sure when the copies are sent Wood, Cliff Eidemlller, Sheryl to include lhe corrected with- Q_ My maid doesn't want Bell, Steve Degitz, Jack Matte- holding statement your employ- me to deduct Social Swuriti- son,. Merrilee Metcalf Wendy er sent you. from her" ia 1 uM Hyer, David Vance, Delores Q- I can't find my refund I do? Atkins, Larry Muter, Jim Jack- check. How can I getanotherone A- You are responsible for son and Janis Richards issued to me? paying the Social Semilytaxe Juniors: Sarah Brandon, A- Report the loss to your due if you nav her Ssn nr mr.TM Vicki Howell, Kalhi Phelps, Jo- local IliS office. There you may in any calendar quarte? Ann Bell, Charlotte Lawrence, obtain theformsneededtoapply You should explain to your Colleen Paxton, Lana Vance, fora replacement check. Robin Townsend, Susan Chadez, Q- I'm planning to attend a Diana George, Rick Kushlan, business convention in Hawaii. Cindy Hyer, Claire Jemmelt If I bring the family and com- Aulomobilej for Sate But. Opportunities Business Properties Card of Thanks Child Can Chinchillas Form froperti«« A C r« a « maid fhat u i U e s s t h e s taxes are paid she will not be eli gible for benefits provided under Social Security. Female Help Wanted Flowers Plants 'M mein _.. ,, _. b A-- Yes, both signatures are needed. Fruits I, Vegetables Furniture Appl. Heavy Equipment Houses For Rent, Fum. Sign Ban Policy Given Emphasis BOISE (UPI) -The I d a h o Department of Highways says Lawmaker Blasts Policies of UN Becky Carter, Brenda Carson, that expenses ordinary and nee- Barbara George, Beverly Eells, essary to the conduct of busi- Marilinn Cegnar, Linda Kirsh- ness are deductible, ner, Annis Metcalf, Doug Mein- If the tripisprimarilyabusi- inger, Janell Thatcher, Ken ness trip you may deduct those Parker, Virgil Henson, Debbie expenses you would have in- Kashlan, Eva Grimes, Marcia curred had the trip been solely Richards and Dale Westby. for business. Your traveling freshmen: Betty Eidemiller, expenses will not be deductible, Bonnie Takasugi, Peggy Higgins, however, if the trip is priml it is the policy of the'dep7rt- Elaine Myers, Roy Eiguren, arily a vacation trip. Ex- menl to forbid billboards elec- Gary Yamamoto, Steve Bresh- penses incurred by your family tion posters, structures lit- Misc - for Rent ears, Dennis Tanikuni, Jerry will not be deductible in either erature or any promotional or Jackson, Leora Zanks, Patti case. sales material on the right of Bell, Sally Cantrall, Vernon Be sure to keep a record of way of any state highway. Henson, Carey Inouye, Jeanne any expenses you plan to de- The department said it had Louder, Debra McPherson, duct. Paid bills, cancelled been brought lo its attention that Sharon Preuss and Danny checks and otter sustantiafion there have been numerous fowl 11 be helpful, cidents of youthful "fishing Further information on this worm salesmen" erecting signs subject is conlained in IRS pub- on highway right-of-way licalion No. 463, "Travel, En- Other cases have been re- terlainmont and Gift Ex- ported across Idaho of f r u i t WASHINGTON (UPI) - The penses." Send a post card vendors setting up stands or United Nations created the to your District Director lo ob- selling merchandise from trucks problem that lod to the Arab- tain a free copy. parked in rest areas, turnouts Israeli war, an Idaho Con- Q-- I have a small retail or other sections of right of gressman said Monday, and it shop. How often do I have to way. is "therefore the responsibility deposit the taxes I withhold "These violations are not only of the United Nations to find 'rom my employees' wages? unsightly but in many cases a solution." I heard some people have to present a serious traffic haz- "For our part," said Rep. do this twice a month now. ird," Ihe department said. James A. McClure, R-Idaho, A-- The requirement for "America must nol accept total semi-monthly deposits of wilh- f\*f f l i j responsibility in the Middle held taxes applies lo employers wrTICCrS tieCred East as we have In Southeast liable for over $2,500 of such WKrnw MIPH »nt r Asia. TM S country must prod ta** for any month in (he EbS BSSL wa led ~ *'"""" the world body Into constructive preceding calendar quarter. e d president of the Unlversirvnf ' lorv action. Employers with liabilities over Idaho Alumni Association Sun * 1u "i"» Wanted "If the U.N. Is unable (o cope $100, but less than $2,500 in a day, succeeding ^ v T m L s with a problem of its own month arc required to make Campbell Boise making then It is well on its monthly deposits. Employers William Aeee Boise was way toward Joining the League whose monthly total of these named to succeed Eberhard as of Nations as ancient history." taxes is under SIOO are not re- vice president. utludru as · · · quired to make monthly depos- Sinrc admission to thc Union " s ' Slnkiaup wns the site ' in 1813. Alabama has hud six Q- My Insurance company rj 0 fl elite's (list itnmir o constitutions. just sent me a check (or some ,,iosinn in' totH. Homes For Ren Urvl Income Tax Investments livestock lost Found Male Female Help Male Help Wanted Misc. for Sale Mobile Homes Money I o loon Money Wanted Motorcycles Musical Merchandise Personals Pets Poultry Rabbits Real Ella In Appraisal Real Eilate Exch. Real Estate, Nampa Real Estate, Caldwell Real Estate, Sale/Trade Real Estate, Misc. Real Estate Wanted Room Board Room for Rent Sales People Skhwli Instruction Special Notices Sporting Goods Trailer Space Rental Transportation Travel Trailers Trucks Trailers Wanted t»Bu^ Wanted to Rent 42 11 36 65 SI 51 3 15 76 31 49 50 33 30 11 28 37 29 21 32 44 45 6 16 34 5 12 10 47 19 62 17 ie 60 20 2 25 27 53 56 54' 5557 58 59 39 40 13 8 1 K 4 23 46. 7 63 61 38 a Serving . Boise Valley since 1944. Cable tool or rotary drilling Si gravel packing, .Test holes, Irrigation Si domestic. JESS DOTY, Caldwell, 459-9611 or -159-9627 Midway Hwy. 30. VACUUM CLEANER HEPA1H Sales parts for all makes Reuben Moser. 466-2201. Moore Tree Service li«n»d, Insured Bonded 466-3312 or 939-6700 CUSTOM SPRAYING Insects, livestock, spider mites. A. H. HEIROMMUS 466-0347 or 459-1029 P/INTING'- REMODELING Commercial .Residential Free Estimates. Ph.58^-2265 PAINTING- PAPERHANGING Quality work. Fair prices. Ph. 466-0093 after 6 P.M. Personals 2 WEIL kept carptt! show the results of regular Blue lustre spot cleaning. Rent etclric shompooer $1. Holes Furniture Na.Tipa. U you have marital problems of any kind, phone 466-82BB for free counseling service. Canyon Family Counseling Service. (Sponsored by Nampa Rotary Club.": Now open OVATION COSMETICS Shop 459-8553 or 459-01E6 RENT ROILAWAY BEDS RESERVE NOW RENTAL CENTER 466-7151 ^Special Notices 4 'ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, Nampa group meets Thursdays 8'30 P.m. and Sundays 8:30 a.m in County Bld B ., 9th Ave. t Zrd St. So., P.O. Box 1024 N a m p n Dial 466-3312. ' Lost Found 5 Lost-Britlany Spaniel female, answers to "Corky". Ph. 4666860 after 5 P.M. LOST - Savings account"book »6293 - John Day, Ore. Bank Contact Caldwell Police Depi. Transportation 7 Going to Washington, D.C. June 9, room (or 2 passengers share expenses. Ph. 466-0905 afte 5:30 P.M. Sch»«b fc Instruction 8 Instruments furnished with Lessons. Contact Norris Music Co. Caldwell. Open till R SEND-FOR F R E E BOOKLET on how to complete your high school education at home'in spare ilme DIPLOMA AWARDED. A m e r i can School, Box 7646, Boise, Idaho or phoiie 342-0560 \Q. EXECUTIVE MANAGER Top Money for Top Flight Ft 4 D Mm. Must be In Frown French Fry f i e l d , with success leoord in quality product. TOP SALARY, generous benefits. Vacation. Wonderful l I v l n g l n E . Idaho Contact PO Box !78, Idaho Falls

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