Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 12, 1967 · Page 3
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Idaho Free Press, Monday, June 12,1967 -- 3 What Next? By Dick Johnson REPORTER: Good afternoon, sir. It's a pleasure to welcome you to our city. VISITOR: I don't gel it. REPORTER: What do you mean? VISITOR: I'm driving along minding my own business when this Gestapo character sirens me over and asks me do I wanna he a guest of the city. Then he says he wants to take me to the newspaper for a story and picture. It usta be they told you about constitutional rights and stuff like that before they called in the reporters and cameras. · REPORTER: I'm afraid you don't understand. This is one of the cities in the United States that observes the Tourist of the Week custom. VISITOR: What the heck? REPORTER: You see, each week, one of our police officers is assigned to select a Tourist of the Week to be a guest of the city. We believe it's good public relations. VISITOR: Oh, you mean the red carpet and all that jazz? REPORTER: Exactly, sir. Nothing too good. You are our (chuckle) King for a Day. VISITOR: Watch it, bud. That program's got a copyright. REPORTER: Sorry. VISITOR: Forget it. REPORTER: So, let's get that picture and interview. VISITOR: Okay, I'm a veteran. Got eight kids. Born i n . . . REPORTER: Walt a minute, sir. Just something about your trip thus far and your impressions of our city. VISITOR: Well, I haven't been able to see much of it. This Gestapo . . . I mean officer ... hasn't let me out of Ms sight since he pulled me over, REPORTER: Well, surely you must have some ideas about the city. VISITOR: City, schmitty. You see one, you see 'em all. Some bigger than others. Bat nothing but people. People gel in my hair. That's why I'm on this trip. I wanna get as far avray from people as possible. REPORTER: Can I quote you on that? VISITOR: No. REPORTER: What can I quote you on? VISITOR: Lemme tell you about my kids. You got any? REPORTER: I'm not married. VISITOR: What's that got to do with it? REPORTER: ' Maybe we ought (o go over and meet the mayor. That's part of the deal, you know. VISITOR: I ain't makin' no deals. REPORTER: Do you think you'll be able to stay longer than just one day? VISITOR: Maybe I'll have to. REPORTER: How's that? VISITOR: Well, this pedestrian, see? Real big guy. In this little buggy 1 drive, it didn't hurt him at all. I think the front wheels were knocked ouia line. Sure steers like it. REPORTER: Didn't you report the accident to the police? VISITOR: Yen. This other cop takes me to the station to pos! bail. Sumpin' about failure to yield right of way. I put up the dough. The desk sergeant says when to appear. I say 1 will. He says don't fail to show up at the appointed time, or we'll forfeit your bail and come after you. REPORTER: Looks like you might have to 'Stay longer man oiie day, after all, VISITOR: Yen, I'm on my way to get my car fixed when this guy here pulls me over with this guest of the city shift. I'd figured on about 30 days. The desk sergeant says maybe that's what the judge'll give me if I don't beat the rap. You sure you ain't got any kids? Around About The NAMPA Area CLUB TO MEET - Treasure NEWCOMERS MEET- New- Valley Handicaps will hold a comers Club will meet at 8p.m. special meeting Wednesday, 7:30 Thursday at the Cliristensen p.m. at the Middleton Grange Community Center. Mrs. Ray Halt. Plans will be completed Morgan will speak on Vietnam, for the 17th District Convention, June 16-18. The N'ampa clubs \VKC MEETING- Woman's will host the conclave. Members Kelief. Corp will meet at 12:30 are reminded that sandwiches, p.m. Wednesday cookies, coffee and punch will be served. NO MEETING - There will be no meeting of the Nampa Art Guild this week. at (he IOOF Hall for a covered dish luncheon and short business meeting. Police Issue Two Citations HELPING TO KEEP Idaho green are two members of the Idaho Forestry Service, who paint a reminder to "Prevent Forest Fires" on the parking lot of a Namp business firm. These signs were painted on nine Nampa parking lots Saturday under the auspices of the Nampa Jaycees. Jaycees helping with the project are Wayne Donaly, holding sign, and Lonnie Grigg, right. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Fruitland FFA Team Wins State Judging Contests Business Briefs Grange Mutual Adds 5 PICNIC- Chapter NPEO will . meet for a picnic at the Irving Robinson home on Soulh Powerline Road at 7 p.m.Tues- day. CATHOLIC DAUGHfSrtS Catholic Daughters will hold in- NAMPA - Traffic accidents slallation of officers Tuesday In Nampa Sunday resulted in two evening at Dempsey Hall. A drivers being ticketed, police re-covered dish dinner witli meat ported today. and rolls furnished will be served Chester A. Hargrave Jr., 411 at 7:30 p.m. Mr.?. J. Stach, Garland, Nampa, was charged state grand regent, mil install with makhg an improper lane both Nam;.i and Boise courts, change in connection with a col- All Catholic Daubers are urged lision on 3rd St. near 5th Ave. lo attend. S., police said. Wallace H. Mm NE1GHBORS _ Nlfl y Nakano, Marslng Rcule 1, was Nei hbors Extension club will driver of the other car, police ^ a patlo pjcnic Wednesdayi 11- , , !«!. , c 11 a." 1 - a* the home of fllrs In a collision at 10th Ave. S. · . , g ^ . A and 9th St. S., Bonita J. Ernest, Meg Evans ' 11H Uaus Ave ' 105 14th Ave. S., Nampa, was CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS charged with failure to yield ^ ········ right of way and failure to purchase a drlver'slicense, according to police. Reports listed Mary Lou Phllli.s, 228 Lone Star Rd., Nampa, as the other driver. UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO - "Parma and Madison. Fruitland NAMPA - Grange Mutual life completed an MDTA Secretarial Fruitland Future Farmers of shared the sweepstates award company has added five newem- Training Course, is a new steno- America chapter usedabalanced with two other southwestern Ida- p i oyecs to its Nampa home office g r aP tler . as Is Judy McCroden. team effort to win the William ho chapters a year ago. staff accor(! | n ,, to Henry Re- Both res!de in Nampa. Miss Kerr Memorial sweepstates Among winners in the judging b er ts president of the insurance McCroden is a graduate of award in the annual State FFA contests were the following: jj rir ' ' Link's School of Business. judging contest at the Univer- Dairy Cattle, individual -Jer- Mtoteen Prescott has been sity of Idaho. ry Anderson, Parma, third. mma secre tary to the invest- The Fruitland FFA team won Dairy Products, team - Dave ments vlce president of Grange first place in only one of seven Sells, Larry Story and Jerry Mutua] Mrs Presco tt and her judging contest for advisor Anderson, Parma, first; indivi- husband stev(!i recent i y m ove a Dvvaine Tesnohlidek, but scored dual - Larry Story, Parma, to Nampa He is a helicopter well in each of the others. Par- third, and Steve Travis, Vallima, Madison and Payette chap- vue, tied for fourth. ters won two contests each. Crops, team -- Larry Story, Awards were presented today Steve Schultz, Jerry Anderson, at the closing assembly of the Parma, first; individual -- Paul three-day meeting. Highlighting Griffiths, Vallivue, first, and the session was presentation of Jerry Anderson, Parma, third, 25-year service awards to voca KAYWINNKKI ttpmctilini It* Metropolitan Life HlTcm.'T life, Giovp HMIA Inwtmw ond AnnuttWt Ph. 446-3146 New Method CLEANERS 62313th Ave. So, Try u s . . . You'll like the change! Men's or $129 Women's suiti . . . . I EXPERTLY CLEANED PRESSED mmmmmmmmmmm ki Your Safety is Our Business at tional agriculture teachers Kirk Rush, Moscow, and Carter lather, Jerome, and to Ralph Ed ., Fa TM , vln GwiSM ' Parm SK ** wards, 'supervisor of Idaho's ^^ TM "S^* 0 !^' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OFTHEISSUANCE OF AN ATTACHMENT Civil No. 19466 In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho In and for the County of Canyon HELEN L. WIEDMAN, Thefts Listed NAMPA -- Two thefts and an incident of vandalism wereteing investigated today by Nimpa police. R. P. Bird, 1020 Mlti Ave. S., reported the battery stolen from his car Friday night athlshome. Carl Martin, 13H oth St. S., re. Plaintiff, vs. DICK MeFARLAND and VERLA MCFARLAND, husband and wife Defendant. STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF C. AN YON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 8th day of June A.D. 1961, attachment was Issued In the atove-entltled action against the property of the aforesaid defendants, Dick McFarland and Verla McFarland for the sum of TWO THOUSAND andNo/100--- ' ($2,000.00) dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of BSper cent per annum from January 5, 1966 together with the costs of this action, and further together with plaintiff's attorneys fees. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said District Court, affixed this 8th day of June A.D. 1967. WALTER KRY Clerk of the District Court. By: 11, Powell Deputy. (SEAL) BRAUNER, FULLER t DOO LITTLE Attorney for Plaintiff Residing at Caldwell, Idaho. June 10, 12, 13, 14, 15,16,1967, an engraved gold watch given by the Sears Roebuck Foundation. Meats, team -- Larry Story, tVhdison qualified twoteamsto Steve Schultz and Dave Sells, represent Idaho in national FFA Parma, third; individual -Gary judging competition this fall Its Early, ifiddlelon, second, and champion livestock team will Steve Schultz, Parma, fourth, compete at Kansas City and the dairy cattle team will go to Waterloo, Iowa. Alsoojialifyingfor national contests are the Fruitland poultry judging team, Payette in meats judging and Parma In dairy products. The state contests, which opened here Wednesday, drewnear- ly GOO FFA members and advisors to the University campus. The event is arranged annually by the University department of agricultural education in cooperation with the Idaho department of agricultural education and faculty of the College of Ag- pilot. Also in the GML investments department is a new bookkeeper, Mrs. La Rae Bihler. Mrs. Bihler and her family recently moved to Nampa from Salt Lake City. Her husband, Paul, is merchandising manager for Sears Roebuck and Company in Caldwell. . , Marcja Rails was named Grange Mutual's new receptionist. She was previously with Kuna High School as secretary to the principal. Mrs. Rails' husband, Jerry, Is with Dobbs Motors in Nampa. Mrs. Dorothy Palmer, who has attended Boise College and ,, . . _ , Mail Boxes Hit Suitcase Found NAMPA -- Police today were NAMPA - A large suitcase 1nves ti ga ti ng an incident at Sun- full of clothing found near Tiegs nyr [,jge Rd. and E. Hawaii St., corner on Highway 30 Friday has ln Ml a car rep0 rtedly struck been turned in to the Nampa m a i ( b0!tes ^ ^ intersection Drive in today for expert car servce $ sWlm ' ««"= ers and left the scene at atant 1 :22 a - m ' Sunday - ·ngon Saturday. 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