Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 7, 1975 · Page 7
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Berry's WbrkJ The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, Friday, February 7,1W5 - i 5 * .-· V "Wo caviar tonight /f's back to the harsh realities!" Workshops offer management techniques NAMPA - Residenls of the Nampa-Caldwell area will have a chance lo learn techniques o( better management through two three-day sessions of a workshop sponsored by Boise Stale University, local chambers of commerce and ihe two local colleges. Running from 7-10 p.m. February 10, II, and 12 in Room 110 of Boone Hall on the College of Idaho campus in Caldwell, the workshop, "Management by Objectives and Problem Solving", is being presented by The Center for Business and Economic Research at Boise State and is endorsed by Ihe Small Business Administration. WIN AT BRIDGE The course will be «p«»ted at Northwest Nuarene College in Ihe Wiley Learning Center, room 113, March 17, 1« and JO, also from 7-10 p.m. At both iltes Ihe workshop will be taught by instructors with practical experience In business and advanced professional training. According to the printed course material, the workshop is designed for those managers who have felt the frustration of seeing people stand around while work piles up; having people shift blame for mistakes; knowing much energy is being spent on unnecessary Items; or trying to cope with a small problem grown large through Keep entry open to your hand NORTH 4 K Q 5 2 V 7 3 ^Afest Germans jto join meeting i PARIS (UP!) - West Ger- .j many, usually a strong U.S. ally NJ j[i international economic af- ',1 fairs, has accepted a French E ifevitation to join a meeting on ^ global energy talks among oil's ^porting, industrialized and j developing nations, j .Washington also wants a jl preparatory oil conference next i" month, but it docs not want Ihe J French t r i p a r t i t e plan. The .^'United States had advocated a ""bilateral meeting of only Ihe oil- Sconsuming and oil-producing |s!ales. i. Helmut Schmidt, the West ^German chancellor, accepted invitation from his close Astro- Graph 1 »Bemlce Bede Osol A . . , . '.' For S»turd«y;' F«t. 8, 1975 *.1ARI6S (March 21-April 18) ^^Vou'll experience a law minor **SDlbacks today, but you'll ^'''realize your foremost aim. 1. Don't lei Irilles upset you. (April 20-M«y 20) 3You have been a shade loo 3 jstubborning holding on to an * Idea of little value. You'll no* 1 start to loosen your grip a bit. i 'GEMINI (May 21-Juni 20) ·J Situations affecting your "; resources still can't be treated J indifferently, though some i bright spots will emerge short- j ly. 'i CANCER (June 21-July 22) ··i Partnership matters are still '·.'· your mosl critical area but II j appears a moderating in- .fjuence will bring more har- i, irony. v.LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You're . i still less careful than you V-should be where work is con- .-'cerned, but you are getting V better. Pace yourself sensibly. /VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A ^·misunderstanding with a pal $an be settled amicably today. J-Each of you will be willing lo Compromise a bit. V1.IBRA (Stpl. 23-Ocl. 23) ^Things will still be a mile hectic {around home early In Ihe day, tut calm will begin to prevail ^Toward dark. 'SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21) ^Something you were angered '·by yesterday is still in the back $f your mind. Today, you'll '^eat it more philosophically. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-o«. 1 41) Continue to be extremely /prudent where your resources ''$re concerned. Lend others Advice, not funds, il a request !is made. .CAPRICORN (Die. 22-Jin. fy») You'll p r o f i t Irom Something you learned In ^Handling a touchy relationship. ·Jpday you'll apply your lesson lsely. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fib. 11) vSomethlnn. you did lor another ,Jhal caused you considerable ·Jnconvlence will, surprisingly. rewarded. 'ISCES (F*b. M-Mirch 20) ^hen you get together with pme Irlends loday, you're apl (eel a trille tans«. Laler, iou'll loosen up. your brthdoy F*fc. 1,1*79 /Things lhat'you aro Interested fti accomplishing this year will Jppear slow in gathering 'Swmenlum. H«na In «»'·· ''«dy Lgek dai a f«r turprlua ) store lor you. I ihe Redwood Library in Newport, R.I., built in 1748, ishhe oldest continuously uied library in America. friend President Valery Giscard d'Estaing during their summit meeting here. The Iwo-day meeling, the 24lh since a friendship pact was signed in 1963, ended Tuesday. Government o f f i c i a l s said West Germany's acceptance was the first to be publicly announced since Giscard d'Es- laing proposed the conference last (all. The chief French government spokesman said other countries have accepted, too, but "il is not possible to give their names" because of ongoing negotiations. Previously Bonn had sided with Washington in joining Ihe U.S.-sponsoied I n t e r n a t i o n a l Energy Agency in Paris and backing the American position in the Brussels oil-sharing talks of the "Group of 12" energy- consuming nations last year. 4 9 7 5 3 WEST EAST * A J 9 4 1 0 7 6 V 9 2 V S 6 S » J 10 9 5 + Q 7 2 * A J 2 J . Q 1 0 8 6 SOUTH (D) A 8 3 » A K Q J 104 » A 6 3 J . K 4 East-West vulnerable West North East South Pass 1 A Pass 4 » Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -J « By Oswald James Jacoby South wasted no time at a)] jn finding a way lo lose his con- trad. He won Ihe first trick with the ace of diamonds, cashed three high trumps in order to pull the opponents' le«th and led a spade toward dummy. Wesl played low and dummy's queen held the trick. Now SouUt led a club to his king. West plopped the ace on it aud led a second diamond. After this bit of unpleasantness South had no way to avoid the loss of a spade and a diamond and two clubs. The spade and two clubs had to be lost on any line of play, The diamond was lost because South drew trumps a trifle too soon. It was all right for South to play out one high trump, but then he should have led that spade. West would still duck, but then South would be able to get back to his hand by leading dummy's last trump. He would then pull the defenders' lasl trump and lead a second spade. This would establish dummy's king of spades while dummy still Mi fie king of diamonds. INEWSPAI'EK ENTERI'HISE AS5N1 The bidding ha; been: 7 West North Eiit Swtk 1* Pass 14 Pass 3* Pass 3 » Pats ? You, SouUi, hold: * A Q 7 6 » 2 * K J 5 4 * A Q 6 2 What do you do BOW? A - Jimp to loir spate!. Tils will skew very good ipifa ·«! by Inference i ttigktM ke*n, TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to five clubs. What do you do now? Aniwer Tomorrow Send$1 tor JACOB YMODERN boofc lo: "Win at Bridge," lac this newspaper). P.O. Box 489. Radio City Station, New York N.Y. 10019. lack of performanct. "Management by Objectives is not a theatrical description of how managers should act; it is a description of how good managers DO act," it further states. It was developed by watching managers of problem- free businesses. The workshops are being Lollipop caper harmful MIAMI (UPI) - When the broken lollipop caper got all sorted out, Donna Harris was in Ihe hospital with a gunshot wound, Earnest L. Ivery was in jail on illegal weapons charges, and James R. Jackson was in jail for grand Iheft. II began when Miss Harris, 16, went lo Ivery's grocery store lo complain about a broken lollipop which was among the candy she had purchased there. When Miss Harris picked up a replacement for her damaged all-day sucker, Ivery followed her from the store, arguing. Police said Jackson, 18, was in the store 'when Ihe grocer and Miss Harris led. Officers said that while Ihe two were gone, Jackson pilfered JIM from the cash register and hid it in his car. Ivery, 34, relumed, discovered the money was missing and left to find Miss Harris. He brought her back to the store, where the grocer, Jackson and Miss Harris argued over Ihe missing money. Police said Ivery threatened the other two with a shotgun, which he said accidentally discharged, wounding Miss Harris in the side. Police said they recovered abou! $30of Ihe missing money from Jackson's car, but while the argument was going on inside the store, someone else came along and stole Ihe rest of the money. PHONE 4M-7891 or 459-4M1 to place your classified ad. It's last, easy 8. economical. ALL POTATO GROWERS A special bargaining meeting is being called for all potato growers in this area to bring you up to date on the potato facts as they presently exist The following items will be covered at this meeting: 1. Potato utilization and potato stocks on hand to date. 2. A review of all production areas, reflecting current potato outlook. 3. A complete analysis of the cost of potatoes and other crops. 4. A review of all potato contracts for which your input is required and what you want this year. 5. A review of available financing and current economic conditions. This meeting will be held at the Thoroughbred Restaurant in Karcher Mall, Nampa Idaho, Monday February 10,1975 at 1:30PM Please plan to attend this meeting as it certainly will affect your decisions for the coming year. Bargaining committee Potato Growers of tdaho Inc. partially financed by Program IMPACT of the Higher Education Act of 1965, Title 1, administered by Community Service and Continuing Education, U.S. Office of Education. On the stale level, (he Idaho State Commission for Higher Education Facilities, administered by Dr. Gilford M. Trump, associate director for continuing education, Office of Higher Education is supporting the sessions. An $18 fee for the course includes all program costs, a Boise Slate University folder willi nole pad and a certificate of complellon. Kalhy Thoren, assistant program coordinator, notes that registration forms may be obtained from her at the Center for Business and Economic Research, Boise Slat* University, Boise, Idaho 83725. further questions can be answered by calling 1208) 385-1574. ·--*· i, yfirJ MiiyartiHi aiufiM OPEN DAILY 9-10, SUNDA Y11-7 DAY SERVICE SUNDAY SCISSORS GROUND TO A UNIFORM EDGE BY EXPERTS WITH THE FINEST EQUIPMENT MMLABLE. REG. SCISSORS.. PINKING SHEARS. BAGS 1 PACK FREE WITH PURCHASE OF CANISTER POWERFUL! LIGHTWEIGHT! COMPACT! ALL-STEFl! HomrSMne PORTABLE Complete with attachments. Inside storage for Crevice Tool and Upholstery Brush. You'll like the built-in extra length of Ihe handy telescoping wand, Slimline design stores away in the smallest space. Disposable bag is extra large and easy to change. 840 Watt moior. 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