Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 1, 1975 · Page 7
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 7

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, February 1, 1975
Page 7
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THE FAMILY CIRCUS irday, February 1.1975-7 By Bil Keane 2-\ "Don't you think 'The Birdie With A Yellow Bill' has just about had it?" County agents' corner Workshops held for 4-H leaders Bv Darrcll Boll CALDIVELL - All 4-H leaders in Southwestern Idaho are invited lo attend a workshop Feb. 5 loupdale their leadership knowledge and skills. Special 4-H activities of interest lo all leaders and members, as well as project information, will be included. Workshop sessions will be held on the College of Idaho campus in the ballroom. Student Union Building, beginning at 9:45 a.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m. The meeting will start with general information on special 4-H activities in which members may participate, mini- grants, awards and other opportunities for clubs and individuals lo gain recognition. New projects to be introduced during the year will also be discussed. The rest of the day will be divided into concurrent sessions covering a wide variety of topics from which leaders may select ihrce of special inleresl to them. Leadership skills with emphasis on gaining cooperation, and helping 4-Hcrs to learn the art of demonstrations and illustrated talks will be topics in the concurrent sessions offered to assist all leaders, regardless of (he project interest in their clubs. Special topics focusing on new projects or recenl changes in existing ones will be: grooming activities for 4-H clothing projects; photography; a r t ; terrariums and mini-gardens; aerospace, rocketry and flying; plants and soils projects with a science approach; and pocket pets. Lunch will be provided. This workshop will be conducted by the University of Idaho Extension Service in cooperalion with Idaho Power Company. NEW 4-1! LEADERS V Workshops to assist new 4-H leaders will be held Feb. 6 and 7. On Feb. 8 the session will be held from 7:30io 10:00 p.m. at £ Ihe Payelte County extension office in Payette. On Feb. 7 the s session will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the library at Second and Hayes in Emmett. '·· '· ···" New leaders are encouraged lo attend lh« session that is . .; most convenient in time and location to them. The program I ; · will be the same at each session. It is deigned to orient I ;I leaders lo (he 4-H program and give (hem assistance and ·· '·'·· .information thai will be helpful in organizing and conducting C-;y.4-H clubs. * '[_'£ There will be an opportunity for leaders to ask questions *''·''.-" and lo seek help with their individual needs. Taxpayers asked to wait tor rebate CK I X;jSOISE ( U P f ) - Idaho t a x - , ^tmyers were reminded by Ihe/' jnjernal Revenue Service '',-Eriday not to d e d u c t the : ; pj-oposed lax rebale on thoir IJN ,-jncome tax returns because' it '. Jias nol been e n a c t e d / b y ·?cjngress. / :.?·«!Howard Martin, IRS district :-*dVcctor for Idaho, said returns ·^should be prepared ard filed .According to Ihe instructions Kthat come wilh Ihe lax forms ;«;and wilhout regard/ lo any L«r.ebale or similar jlans now -·'being proposed. / The plan proposed by President Ford calls for an automatic rebate based on a percenlage of the taxpayer's tax liability for 1974. Martin said Ihe amount of such a rebale can be determined by the IRS only after it receives and processes the taxpayer's return liled in accordance wilh Ihe insinuations that come with the lax forms. Any rebale adjustment made by Ihe taxpayer, he said, will only serve to delay processing and issuance of the rebate. CAMLU APARTMENTS "Ftrthe Active Hefrrf 1 Located at 5277 Kootenai in Boise Included in Rental... » MANAGEMENTPHSONNILON DUTY 24 HOURS DAILY . 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