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ho Free Press 4 Caldwell News-Tribune. Tuesday. June 20,1967 - 2 THE NEWS-TlltUNE and IDAHO FREE PRESS tdiwringttxipt Sunday 01 3)1, Unrh AV«. Souih, Nompo Woho 63451 byCon r on Publishing Co. Entered 01 wond la» mgner ol the Poll Office ot Non, po Idoho under aool Match 8, 187V. All noli« r.qgir.d by la. of order of courl ol eorrp.Kru jumd.c- lion lo bt publnhed »nkl,r will be published in the Salwdoy ,«ue ol rhu poper pu ,, UO nt lo StcCan 40-108 1C 1943 01 odd.d thtrelo by Chapter 164 l9335eMn lawiol Idoho. Carrier, per monlh JI.85 SUJSCRIP1ION R A f t Can per S5? 20 Moil (In odvan(e) in Conyon. Ada, O»yhec. Gem. Elrwe. Waihing- Ion, kite. Payerte, Idaho. Adami, Valley and Malhiur Counli'ev. OUTSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES I Month SMonttii 0 Montht '»«" i 50 J gQO $1500 I Month . 3 Montht. 6 Monthi. I Y e a r . . $ 1.75 $ 4 7 5 S 9.00 SI700 OBITUARIES . Vital Statistics CANYON COUNTY Roy Vandevenfer NAMPA- Roy Vandeventer, 79, of 1805 Third St. N., died Monday at a Nampa hospital. Services are pending at Shepherd Mortuary. Henry J. Naranjo NAMPA- Henry John Naranjo, 65, First Street North Extension, Nampa, died Monday night at the home of afriend in Nampa of an apparent heart attack. Services are pending at Shepherd Mortuary. Chester Lebermann NAMPA- Graveside services for Chester E. Lebermann, 71, formerly of 511 16th Ave. S., who died Sunday at a Nampa hospital, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cloverdale Memorial Park west of Boise, by the Rev. William R. MacPherson of Boise and Nampa Lodge No. 29, AF 4 AM. Friends may call at Shepherd Mortuary until 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, at which time the cortege will leave for the cemetery. Mr. Lebermann was born Oct. 24, 1895, in Springfield, 111. He grew up there and served In France during World War I. He married Elizabeth Wheaton on June 5, 1932, In Colorado Springs, Colo. They moved from Colorado to Nampa in 1936. Mrs. Lebermann died June 19, 1964. Mr. Lebermann was a member of Grace Episcopal Church, "No. -104, 'AF"4 · AM, at Colorado Springs, .a member of Cyrus Chapter 'No. 673 of the Royal Arch Masons of Nampa, a member of American Legion Post No. 5 In Colorado Springs, a member of Pikes Peak Musicians Association No. 154 In Colorado Springs, amem- ber of the Alkay Shrine Temple in Pueblo, Colo., a member of Zabud Council No. 8 of R 4 SM No. 562 of Colorado Springs, a member of Pikes Peak Commandery of the Knights Templar No. 565, a member of Hie Nampa City Band, amem- ber of Nampa Elks Lodge No. 1389, a member of Col. Slot- senberg Post No. 3465 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Nampa, and a life member of Local No. 423, American Federation of Musicians, Nampa. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. William J. Richard of Brandon, Vt., and Mrs. Beulah ReBotton of San Antonio, Texas. A brother preceded him in death. The family revests that anyone wishing to do so may give memorials to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital, or flowers may be sent. Mayette Tucker CALDWELL - Mrs. Mayette Clay Tucker, 80,512 N. Kimball Ave,, a resident of Caldwell for more than 40 years, died Monday morning at a Caldwell hospital Services will be conducted at Canyon Hill Cemetery at 2 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Richard A. Blrdsall of Memorial Park Baptist Church. The cortege will leave the Flahiff Chapel at 1:45 p.m. Mrs. Tucker was born March 30, 1887, in tinnwood, Kan., and was reared in Kansas City, Mo., by her grandparents. She was married about 1910 in Kansas to Samuel Tucker, and they located at Denver, Colo., where he did printing and lithograph work. They moved to Spokane, Wash., in 1919, to Stevenson, Wash., in 1921, and to Caldwell In 1925. Mr. Tucker died Oct. 14, 1940, in Caldwell. Mrs. Tuckerissurvlvedbytwo sons, Carroll L. Tucker of Caldwell and Allen Tucker d Sacramento, Calif.; and by six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, She was preceded in death by three brothers, two sisters, and by a granddaughter, Georgia Tucker, in 1965. James McCullough NAMPA - James B, McCul- lonfh, of Route 4,ChecolaDrive, Nampt, died suddenly at his home this morning. Services will be UBOunced by Alsip Chape L Ruby Strohl CALDWELL - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Esther Strohl, 69, of 526 Paynier Ave,, i,, will be conducted at the tkan Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, The Rev. Lois True of the Wesleyan Holiness Church will officiate. Interment will be at Canyon Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Strohl was born Jan. 28, 1898, in Berwyn, Neb., and was married May 25, 1920, in her parents' home In Duff, Neb., to Robert E. Strohl. They lived in Nebraska, at iBsslon, S. D., and in Ontario before movlnf BIRTHS CARROLL - To Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Carroll, 703 Fifth Ave., N., Nampa,agirlbornJune 17, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. OVALLE - To Mr. and Mrs. Prlclliano Ovalle, Jr., Wilder, a girl born June 17, 1967, at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. OBENDORF -- To Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Obendorf, 1521 Cherry, Caldwell, a boy born June 18,1967, at Caldwell Memorial HospitaL SUIT FILED Marian Johnson del Valle has filed suit against Dalles E.John- son seeking $50 per month support under reciprocal enforcement of the Child Support Act. DIVORCES FILED Faithe Fretwell vs. Don Fretwell. Couple married Jan. 26, Don's Address Divides Solons name of MacKenzle and division of community property. MARRIAGE LICENSES Leon Evan Tobler, Nyssa, Ore., and Croletta Marie Johns, Adrian, Ore.; Wlnford Lee Mowery, Wilder, and Priscilla Lynn Goss, Caldwell; Trueman Gray Clark and Carol Faye 9 st ro h1a« Mta ^' "*' Sfr ° M dled N ° V 4 Mrs, Strohl was a member of the Wesleyan Holiness Church. Surviving are a son, Wayne Wakefield Gleason, Monfesano, Wash., and Harriet Estelle Sharp, Nampa; George Christopher Long, Baker, Ore., and Nancy Lee Riddle, Boise; Raymond John Fortln and Verna Bessie Williams, both of Nampa; Thomas William Claris Brewer of Sacramento, Calif., and Arthur Warren Brewer of Parma; two sisters, Mrs. Cecelia Blanche Zlomke of Gordon, Neb., and Mrs. Eudora Mae Calhoun of Lebanon, Ore,; and three grandchildren. Myrtle 0. Hooper NAMPA- Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle 0. Hooper, 41, of 1213'/i First St. S., who died Friday at her home, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Shepherd Mortuary by Bishop Leon R. Hales of the Second Ward LDS Church, at Koh- .. Mrs. Hooper was born Nov. 9, 1925, in Billings, She grew up and schools there, and i.She They moved to Nampa a month ago from Stockton, Calif. Surviving are her husband, Sue Byam of Seattle, Wash.; and Jackeline Byam of Los Angeles, Calif.; two sons, James L. Byam of Nampa and Benjamin J. Byam of Seattle; her father, James L. Smith of Arkansas; and two sisters, Mrs. Donna Mae Zetan of Modesto, Calif., and Mary Smith of Blythe, Calif. Her mother preceded her in death, Conrad H. Bishop CALDWELL - Funeral services for Conrad H. Bishop, 20, of St. Joseph, Mo., who died Saturday at a Caldwell nursing home, will be conducted in St. Joseph. Local arrangements were handled by the Peckham- Dakan Chapel here. Mr. Bishop was born May 2, 1817, in Hemple, Mo., and was reared In Missouri. He was married Dec. 23, 1905, in Savannah, Mo., to Jennie May Chanel, and the couple farmed In the St. Joseph area. Mrs. Bishop died July 12,19S5, in St. Joseph, and Mr.BIshopcametoIdaholast May to make his home near a daughter. He was a member of the Christian Church in St. Joseph. He is survived by his daughter, Mrs, Evelyn Riddle of Boise. H. C. Chriswisser MERIDIAN -- Funeral services for Herbert C. Chriswisser, 69, 505 W. Washington St., Meridian, who died Sunday at a Boise hospital of a heart attack, will be conducted at lla.m, Wednesday at Robison Chapel of the Chimes. The Rev, Everett Berrey of the Ustlck Baptist Church will officiate, and Interment will follow at Cloverdale Memorial Park. Mr, Chriswisser was born In Nehawka, Neb., on Feb. 8,1898. He moved with his family In 1915 to Havlock, Neb., where he graduated from high school. During World War I, he served in the Assembly Handed Peace Plan (Continued from Page 1) future action up to the Security Council where the five permanent members have veto power. The five are the U.S., Britain, France, Russia and Nationalist China. Goldberg's measure would have the assembly endorse the Security... Council cease-fire, ' declare that its objective must be a "stable and durable peace" and that the objective should be achieved through Israeli-Arab negotiations "with appropriate third party assistance." He said these objectives, should be based on the five points outlined Monday by President Johnson: -Recognized right of national --Justice for refugees. --Innocent maritime passage, --Limits on the wasteful arms race. --Political independence and territorial integrity for all, Goldberg requested that the Security Council "keep the situation under careful review." Secretary of State Dean Rusk, who had conferred before the meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko on tho dwindling possibility of a Kosygin-Johnson meeting, was present for Goldberg's speech. But he left as soon as President Noureddin Atassi of Syria began ·to speak, Pedestrian Hit by Car NAMPA- Mrs. Eva Steiger, He married Hazel Palmer on Dec. 16, 1919, in Havlock. They lived In Bennett, Colo., until 1923, then moved to the Nampa area, to owned and operated Herb's Ice Cream Parlor and Chrlswisser's Western Auto Store In Meridian until he retired from business in 1965. Since then he had worked part when she was struck by driven by the Rev. J. SimonTru- jillo, 810 iSlhAve. S. Mrs. Steiger was admitted to Mercy Hospital. Police reported Uiat Father Trujlllo's Car was turning left onto Third Street South from Thirteenth Avenue when it struck Mrs. Sleiger. Investigation of the accident is continuing. time for Dairy Equipment Co. of Meridian. Mrs. Chriswisser was a member of the Methodist Church, of Meridian Lodge No. 47, AF4AM, of the Meridian Lions Club, the American Legion, the Order of Eastern Star and the Meridian Chamber of Commece. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Hazel P. Chriswisser of Meridian; a daughter, Mrs. Dale C. Walters of Meridian; a son, Don H. Chriswisser of Boise; a brother, Lester A. Chriswisser of Bennett, Colo.; and seven grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be R. Paustlan, M. G. McOirrey, G. W. Iliatt, E. 0. Bolce, M. Meyer and I. M. Fowler. Honorary pallbearers named are Jess Ackroat, Clinton Barber, Archie Scrlvner, Vorls Botkln, Don Jordan, Maurice Adklns, Melvin Lane, Orrel Walters, K.D, Hartwell and Wilbur Calnon, (Continued from Page 1) the strong recommendation the governor had toward the gasoline tax, He said, however, that It was hard to tell what the House's overall reaction to the request would be. Sen. Young pointed out that the Senate would have to wait and see what the House does with regard to the gasoline tax. Other actions requested in the governor's address Included: -- Restoration of state authority to take part in the federal Title 19 program of medical assistance to the aged, but appropriation mainly of "necessary funds" to make It work, -- Payment of a $362,000 fire fighting bill from last sumnmr and creation of an Interim committee to study present policies and practice for fire protection on state land. -- Separate allocation of $80,000 from the welfare budget to fund the new Commission for the Blind, -- Making clear the legislative intent toward the matter of "con- ^·^^^···^^^^^·^^^^^··^·^··^^^^B High and Low ····i NATIONAL Max. Mm Atlanta 90 70 Bismarck 72 52 Boise 94 65 Boston 64 55 Caldwell 96 64 Calgary 68 49 Chicago 70 65 Cleveland 13 63 Denver 72 55 Des Moines 83 60 Detroit 76 55 Fairbanks 82 68 Fort Worth 94 74 Indianapolis 85 66 Honolulu 87 74 Jacksonville 97 71 Juneau 75 51 Kansas City 89 69 Las Vegas 88 63 Los Angeles 73 60 Memphis 92 75 Miami 85 74 Mp!s.-St. Paul 76 58 Nampa 92 62 New Orleans 96 77 New York 68 61 Omaha.,j . .. ,, ,8/1 , 5 9 , Philadelphia 70 60 Portland, Ore. 91 58 St. Louis 87 74 San Francisco 59 52 Seattle 87 55 Spokane 88 58 Washington 81 64 Winnipeg 68 48 Monday's high was 105 at Presidio and Chlldress, Texas. This morning's low was 37 at Greenville, Maine. Sentencing Is Withheld CALDWELL -- Sentence was withheld for five years for Leonard Harvey, 20, of 4035 Glendale, Boise, formerly of Middleton, when he appeared for sentencing in Seventh District Court Monday after pleading guilty to charges of lewd conduct with a minor child. He was placed on probation for the five-year term. Harvey had changed his plea from innocent to guilty during a district court trial June 5, and the case was eontinuedto Monday for sentencing. He was accused of assaulting an eight-year-old girl last Nov. 19. The ruling was made by Judge Robert B. Dunlap. Driver Cited CALDWELL- Joseph W.Rob- ertson, 44, Buhl, Idaho, was charged with failure to yield right-of-way Friday afternoon when the car he was driving struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Harold R. Forrey, 43, Kuna. The accident occurred on Interstate SON about a ml!e north of Highway 44 interchange. Forrey was stopped behind a string of other cars at the request of a flagman on duty at a construction project. tinulng education for adults," a program not funded by the regular session. -- An additional appropriation of $14,000 for the Department of Civil Defense and Disaster Relief. On the Title 19 program, Sen. Young said a gauging of Senate opinion makes It appear "a definite necessity" to take care of the request with regard to the appropriation. On the fire-fighting bill, Young said most senators seemtothink the Idea of an Interim committee is an excellent one. Young said there seems to be a division of opinion on the $80,000 appropriation for the Commission for the Blind. "Some feel the commission should be funded," Young said. "Others," he added, "feel the $80,000 should be set aside for the blind but that the program should be administered by the Department of Public Assistance," Ho said the senators will have to inquire into the objectives of the program. On continuing education for adults Young said there was no question but that the statement of intent will be matte abundantly clear. "There seems to be little controversy on the $14,000 for the Department of Civil Defense and Disaster Relief," he added. Rep, Allen commented that "something must be done as far as the blind are concerned." He said it was his opinion that the program must be funded. Child Tells Need For $3.6 Million CMU told the joint Finance- Appropriations Cornrr.ittee here -S he must have $3.6 million more or else he must scrap medical assistance to the needy Stock Market DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Noon) 30 Industrials .886.38 up 1.64 20 Rails . . . 257.32 Off .52 15 Utilities . . 131.71 up .13 65 Slocks . . 322.08 up .17 FnOM DALY 4 CO., BOISE "Alliecf Stares '""'. '. .'. "30 378 American Bosch . . . 45 1/2 American Tel. . . . . 59 5/8 American Tobacco . . 32 3/8 Anaconda 49 7/8 Bethlehem 34 3/4 Boeing 107 5/6 Chrysler 43 Continental Oil . . . 65 1/8 Crane 45 3/8 Crucible Steel . ... 26 McDonoel 47 3/8 DuPont 155 3/4 Eastman Kodak . . . 139 1/4 General Electric . . SB 1/4 General Foods . . 75 1/2 General Motors . . . 79 3/8 Idaho Power . . . . 3 3 IBM 498 1/2 Kennecott Copper . , 45 7/8 Liggett Myers . . . 71 7/8 Lockheed Aircraft . . 61 7/8 Montgomery Ward . . 24 National Biscuit . . . 47 New York Central . 79 5/8 North American Aviation 48 1/4 Parke Davis 28 1/2 Pan American . . . 32 1/4 J.C. Penney 63 1/2 Pennsylvania R.R. . . 67 1/4 A. J. Industries . . 4 5 / 8 Am. Airlines . . . 43 Baxter Lab 68 3/B Gamble-Skogmo . . 28 3/8 Phillips Petroleum . 61 7/8 Radio Corporation . 52 7/9 Republic Steel . . . 44 1/2 Reynolds Tobacco . . 31 7/8 Rockwell Spring Axle 36 Safeway 22 3/4 St. Regis Paper . . 33 Sears 54 5/8 Sinclair Oil 74 Mobil Oil 43 Southern Pacific . . 30 1/2 Sperry Rand 36 5/8 Standard Oil of Calif. . . . 56 3/4 Stand. Oil of N.J 63 1/8 Union Pacific . . . 41 5/8 United Airlines . . 77 1/2 U.S. Steel 45 Westinghouse 55 1/8 Woolworth 26 1/2 Youngstown Steel . . 32 1/2 Morrison Knudsen 263/4-27 1/4 Inlermountain Gas 12 1/2-13 Alberlsons . . . 10 1/8-10 5/8 Union Oil 57 Affiliated 9.05-9.79 Fidelity C a p . . . . 15.39-16.73 Am. Mutual . . . 10.71-11.70 Putnam Gr. . . 16.36-17.88 Mllllporc . . . 3 8 1/4-39 1 / 4 Continental Life . 4- 4 1/2 Idaho 1st Nat'l. 30 1/2-31 1/2 ICA 14,71-16.08 Pow Theory . . . ,8.07-8.72 PASTOR FAGAL Pastor Tells World Need CALDWELL- Religion has failed to touch every phase of life and to find its center in the home, Pastor W.A. Fagal told the Idaho Seventh-day Adventist camp meeting: Monday at Gem State Academy. Pastor Fagal, whose weekly television program "Faith for Today" appearson 265 stations, said world tensions in Vietnam and the Mideast are symptoms of this failure to religion. A sureformulaforinnerpeace and tranquility in a disturbed world can be found in God's holy Wordl, he pointed out. "A host of man-made remedies can never bring assurance to the human heart; only God's Word can do this. The desperate need of the hour is for men and women lo discover Jesus Christ and the love He has promised," he said. Pastor Fagal is on tour of camp meeting convocations throughout North America. Meetings attheAdventistcamp meeting continue throughout this week tor all age groups with visiting lecturers and experts arriving daily. Lawrence Maxwell, editor of the Guide, International religious journal for youth, spoke to the Junior youth, Monday on principles for a noble character, amiable personality, and benefit to fellow man. Harold Shull, of Loma Linda University, AdvenUst-operated medical, dental and graduate school, Loma Linda, Calif, is lecturing dally at the 4:30 p.m. '"HeaUh Hour." this ,s the minimum supplemental amount « rtfcb 1» can get by in matching federal funds under nJn i 1 1 Dromm ·TM 11 gcTc^cience we cannot do the job with a figure le^ than I've told you," Child said, "and we'll have to hopefor good breaks to adequately do fh rlrfq'nf the orceram he add- amonthl One Engine Quits Rnrcr flipn - A iet fighter from the Nevada Air National a " ing Wednesday at a four-day meeting of the Association of Idaho Cities, director Ed Sim. merman said, Merger Approved BOISE (UPI) - Officials oi Boise Cascide and Divco-Wayne Corp., New York, Monday announced an agreement on apend- ing merger of Divco-Wayne into Boise Cascade. Divcc-Wayne manufactures school buses, pro. fesslonal vehicles and travel trailers. Holdup Reported BOISE (UPI) - A young gu n . man with his face covered by i scarf held up the Stardust Hotel in Boise early Monday and escaped with $693 in cash police said. The night clerk R. D. Cashman of Caldwell, toll police he was locked in a storage near Boise Monday, but managed to land safely. Col. James Dalzell, commander of the Nevada squadron located at Gowen for two weeks training, said one engine on the F101 quit. Council OKs Plan BOISE (UPI) - The Boise city council Monday approved creation of an Association of Local Governments to form a comprehensive plan for developing urban Ada County. City Officials Meet TWIN FALLS (UPI) - Idaho municipal officials will consider a proposal this week for city financing by issuing business and occupational licenses. Yanks Slaughter Surrounded Foe (Continued from Page 1) the Rach Hui River. Its shallow spots and heavy overgrowth always gave them escape before. Not this time. U.S. Navy river assault craft moved into the river channels and blocked over-the-river escape. Overhead U.S. Air Force AC47 Puff ihe Magic Dragon gunships dumped hundreds of flares, lighting up the Monday Hear Outline CALDWELL - Members of the Canyon County Republican Women's Club heard a panel discussion on the work of district chairmen at their no-host luncheon meetingatMcGarvin'sSmor- quets here Monday. Speakers were District Chairman Mark Purcell and Wayne Crow, who outlined "the duties and responsibilities of district chairmen and the effects and results of apportionment." Later, during the business session, a lively discussion concern- Ing revision of the club'sby-laws was held. Mrs. Orville Tuning, Parma, vice president, conducted the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Herman Schmahl of Caldweli, president. Boat Mishap Injures Racer NYSSA - An Ontario hydroplane racer was seriously injured and a Caldwell man sustained minor injuries Sunday in a three-boat accident during the Nyssa boat races on the Snake River. Calvin Hendon, 42, Ontario, was listed In satisfactory condition Monday at a Nyssa hospital. Kerry Ward, Caldwell, was released following treatment, Officials said Hendon was in the water near the shoreline and was preparing to be towed by the official crash boat. Ward's hydroplane apparently swung too wide and struck the crash boat broadside. Hendon was pinned between the two boats. Two passengers in the crash boat had minor injuries but were not hospitalized. Court Junks Welfare Regulation (Continued from Page 1) constitutional right to travel freely because it has the effect of discouraging interstate movement. The opinion pointed out Ihit the Connecticut statutes stale openly that the residen6e requirements are aimed 'at preventing persons entering the state solely to seek welfare aid. The majority opinion also said that the state had failed to show that "any significant number" of persons had in fact entered the state for that purpose. Police Check 'Flying Object' CALDWELL - Henry Jensen, 2215 Locust Street, Caldwell, reported an unidentified flying object to Caldwell police at about 10 Monday night, butac- cordlng to other reports it probably wasn't a "OPO." Residents in the area stated, the, report says, that the "fireball,*' which traveled south tp- apart the Red line. Then they slashed Into each segment This morning the Americans counted 196 dead Communists. More apparently lay dead or wounded in the undergrowth or in the Rach Hui. The fight cost 28 American lives. Another 126 L'.S. troops were wounded. Break- In Listed NAMPA -- Five retread tiree and two chrome wheels were taken in a break-in at the Big 0 Tire Co., 127 1 1th Ave. N., police reported today. Entry was gained through a broken window. Idaho Legislative Log By I'nifed Press International Introduced in House HBl (Ways means): Repeals $5 license required of oleomargarine dealers. HB2 (Ways i Means): Amends law to limit to six months period for redemption of under 20 acres of real property by Judgment debtor. HB3 (Ways 4 Means): Appropriates $12,000 from general fund to department of disaster relief and Civil Defense. HT34 (Ways i Means): Restores state- authority to participate In federal Title 19 program of medical assistance to the needy; puts services for blind back under Department of Public Assistance and repeals Commission for Blind. HB5 (Ways 4 Means): Increases state lax on gasoline to seven cents a gallon from six. Passed by House HB 1 (Ways 4 Means): Repeals $5 license required of oleomargarine dealers. 65-2. Killed by House HB2 (Ways 4 Means): Amends taw to limit to six months period for redemption of under 20 acres of real property by judgment debtor. 31-36. (Notice of reconsideration) Introduced in Senate SBl (Local Government Affairs): Amends code to delete provision requiring an election prior lo the sale of real property by cities. SB2 (Parsley Murphy)Appropriates $3,250,000 from general fund to State Board of Highway Dlrectorsforpurposeof paying additional salaries and wages and other exposes. SB3 (Finance): Appropriates funds from general fund to State Land Board to pay $365,506 to U.S. Forest Service and BLM for Ughtlng forest fires on state land near the Payette River. Whieh steel stock would you have, bought ten years ago? Which telephone? Wayne Palmer, our regis- lered representative ; n Coldwell, is holding an interesting book compiled by Edward D. Jones Co. Ill charts and labloi ihow the values of slock In 500 well-known companies over a ten-year period. And that shows how easily an investor could moke a costly mistake. H you would like to see a copy, just call 208 459-0040 and Woyne wilt bring his over. It may suggest (hot if you don't have time to devote to the market, you might do ' well lo invest in Mutual Funds. That way you could. have professionals constantly: watching your investment. j II so, Wayne will onalyi* your situation and advise which of the more than 300/ Mutual Funds might be b«st- for you. | Of course, if y OU still prefer to buy stocks, he'll bt happy to handle that loo. EDWARD D. JONES CO MEMBERS, New York Stock Exchange ; Chicago Board of Trade MahtUM in S. l M ,i, i n ;«?/ "I South Kimboll 20 459-0046

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