Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 29, 1967 · Page 23
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 23

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, June 29, 1967
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IffEMRMFRONr Freeman Floats Trial Balloons By LARRY D. HATFIELD dards for a given commodity. Ti-cv.inn.. -- Expansion of federal mar- TlSCALOpSA, Ala. (I'Pf)- ke ting orders under which the Agriculture SecretaryOrvilleL. federal government now can set Freeman says an "extremely the minimum price processors active dialogue" has started may pay producers for certain across the country on recent commodities. Under some re- suggestions for ways to give cent proposals, the government farmers more muscle in the would be given broader aulh- market place. ority ^ the marketing orders Most or the reaction, so far, would be applied to commodi- Service Dir«ioTM he said, has been favorable to ties not currently affected. proposals that would give farm- Freoman said in an interview SHARPENING SERVICE Service Directory 1 Personals 2 Female Help Wonted Fret- I'ress i Caldivpl! Xews-Tribune, 11 female Help Wgnted H LAWN LKVE1.1NG Sod cutting Seeding BOB HUGHES 466-8758 Western Landscaping SUPER ilulf, lure roll Ihot'i Blue lustre for cleaning rvgi and i-pholilery. Renl electric shampaoer SI. Ho'ci Furnuure, Nompo. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS TREE SERVICE Brassfield's Free Esl. Licensed, Ins., i bonded. 466-5230 PLUMBING lleniodeling - Conlracting-Ser- vice Calls. Free est. FIELDS PLUMBING SKRVICK. 466-5827 SPRAYING Insects, earwigs,elm trees, maples i everything general, Alan Hatfield, 466-2074 or 466-0151. RENT COMPLETE WEDDING RECEPTION NEEDS \ Have o lovefy Wedding! Reserve now. WANTED: EXPERIENCED D1NIKU ItOO.M WA1TKESS. Ph. Cjldwell 450-1832 before 3:30. DON'T JUST HOPE your pet will be relumed . . . Contact the finder with a "toil" ad in Classified. Dial 46A-789I 459-4664 now. 1WI Time NIGHT CAR HOP Mute Chief Drive-ln, Niinpa MHS. HOMEMAKEH. IX) J'OU hwe 2 hours a day" Earn extra riunoy and run your house a t i h e same time. Trainingsivenfrue. Ph. 466-4250, 7 to 10 a.m. , Thursday, June 29, 1961 - A9 Child Care 15 BABY SITTING Any age. Day or nisht. 619 16th Ave. So, 466-93f3. PHONE -166-789] or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. 'Sit no I ion I Wan ted 14 Misc. For Sale 19 * uai BIUSSFIELr/s SPRAYING HKI.P! 1 Indies to help sorvici- Kuller Uru"ti customers: 1. Pleasant people Z. Protected tt'rrilory 3. $25 to $50 per weefc for 15 hours. Call 466-5238 or -159-0156. Child Con WANTED LAWK MOWING JOUS Ph. Caldvvell -ISO-MO DKKSSMAKINCi for youths i leenagers, Skirl lens* aliera- (ions. ph. 459-8570. WANTED CAUPEJJTEil WORK, now or remodel Ph. 466-7303 15 ers many of the same rights that legislation in this area is SAWS - KNIVES - SCISSORS organized labor was given un- no«- being studied on the staff MOWERS- CLIPPERS-TOOLS Trees, shrubs, lawns, ear- der the Wagner Act 30 years level of Ihe Agriculture Depart- ADKINS LUMBER YARD ago. menl, He does not expect any Notus Rd Caldwo " 459 - 7081 Specifically, Ihe "trial bal- proposals to be senltoCongress JOHN'S SIIRUDBEKY SEHVICE loons" Freeman has been float- during the current session, how- SHRUBBERY ing recently are these: ever. -- Establishment of anational In fact, he said any concrete farm bargaining board pattern- proposals may be delayed until SUMMER PRUNING, GRAFTING cd after the National Labor Re- after the 1968 elections. By s pe cial ' 5t . 20 y ears "" wigs and spiders. WE S P R A Y EVERYTHING! Phone 466-8135 V A S S A R M O B I L E MILLING SERVICE, Grinding, Rolling, Mixing, Molassifying, Ph. Cald. .459-3553. KCTIBY SALES 4 SERVICE Ph. 466-0111 nmv in Nampa and CaldwMl ·-- Factory Authorized CUSTOM SPRAYING Sales t Service SHAPED 4 TRIMMED ALSO YARD WORK. 459-3021 Garfield Shults, lation Board. This board would Major farm groups all sup- be authorized to designate bar- port the goal of the proposals, gaining agents for farmers who Freeman said, but their reac- insects, livestock, spider mites, .'toward Brownlee, 466-6614 eve. have formed unions to engage tion to these specific ideas vary. A. H. HEIRONIMUS in collective bargaining with As of now, the National Farm- 466-0347 or 459-1029 buyers and would set guidelines ers Organization and the Na for unionizing. tional Farmers Union are warm SPRAYING -- Creation of marketing towards the ideas, the Grange Licensed i insured. We spray boards which would set produc- is cautious and the American an y ttlln s. Lee Norland, tion, marketing and price stan- Farm Bureau Federation is cool. Moore Tree Service Ikenwd. Insured i. Bonded 466-3312 or 939-6700 is- Tale of Two Towns Finns, Swedes Ignore Border MAOER CABINET CO. If it's made of wood, we'll build ill Try and beat my price of satisfied service. Business Ph. 466-8166 PORTABLE WELDING Bill Marts Phone 466-0173 PAINTING Commercial Residential Reasonable prices, free est. Ph. 459-0125 or 585-2919 BASEMENT WORK Under House Excavation CONCRETE WORK All kinds. Cemer.l plaj'tering. Free estimates. GASRISON 5 YOUNG, 66-2369 466-1412. Reunions -- Anniversaries -- Parties Picnic Equipment Too, USE BANKAMSSICARD RENTAL CENTER Hiway30nr.Midlond 4M-715I Special Notices 4 ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, Nampa group meets Thursdays 8:30 p.m. and Sundays 8:30 a.m. in County Bldg., 9th Ave. 2nd .St. So., P.O. Box 1024 Nampa, Dial 466-3312. Lost Found 5 LOST: 60 Ib. LAMB, vicinity of S. Kimball, Cald. Sunday. 4663647 days or 459-8281 eves. Small gold doe, 1/2 Pek. 4 1/2 Dachshund with wh. fur collar, wh. feet, choke chain.REWARD. Ph. 459-9314. SECRETARY Required by general sales M a n - ager of Nainpa Industrial Housing f i r m . Duties to include shorthand, typing, preparation of sales presentations some public relatiuns. Reply-stating experience, aue, salaryexpect- ed, inc. to P.O. Box 530, Nampa, Idaho. WANTED: BABY SITTING in tny home. Ph. Caldwell -159-3524 KINDERGARTEN Kiddie Koop Kindergarten if Child far" Cald. ·150-4?!i: Baby sitting in my home by hour or day. Ph. 466-7071, Mole Female Help 12 Male Female Help MR. EMPLOYER! We Can Help You With Qualified Personnel EMPLOYMENT PERSONNEL SERVICE DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM Personnel Consultant 706 Arthur Coldwell 459-9555 Sclwvh It Instruction 8 Situations Wanted situationsWanted PAINTING- PAPERHANGING P*f»nal« Quality work. Kair prices, I'h. 466-0093 after 6 P.M. By THOMAS M. BROWN United Press International isand that switched vehicles VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR to the left side of the road. Sales parts for all makes !f rt ^ our TORNIO Finland lUPIi -Even lhal vvi11 disappear later Reuben Moser. 46C-2201. BRIDES AND BR1DES-KLCCT . . . Choose your china, cookware and misc. items - and Regis- SENT) FOR FREE BOOKLKT on how to complete yourhigtisohool education at homo'in spare time .DIPLOMA AWARDED. American School, Box 7646, Boise, Idaho or phono 342-0580. ' ear «' hetl Traditional Scandinavian cooperation has become downright chummy between this community and neighboring E - lr °Pe- Hap^nranda just across the Pays Off Swedish frontier. There are approximately 13,The natives of the two towns, 000 persons In tills border which He at the head oi the area, about equally divided he- Gulf of Bothnia 48 miles below tween Tornio and Haparanda. the Arctic Circle, have set up And it is clear that close co- FENCES _ Sweden driving rest of chaln Link, wood. All types repairs- Installations. Patio covers, carports. Free est. If you hare marital problems Scheme in our new Gift Department. OWYHEE SHEET METAL PRO HARDWARE. 1020 ls( St. South, Nampa, 4C6-5401 (t,a\* Help Wanted 1Q TREASURE VALLEY FENCE .of Rny kind, phone 466-8288 for 45S-S!3Z 466-6240 free counseling service. Can-. yon Family Counseling Service,, Comm. Sprayers c^T*' by Narapa Ro ' ary ' JOE SMITH crop ditch ? l °P al May baler operator iwindrower operator for Nevada ranch. Young men accepted if experienced. 46G-8617. P.O. Box 468, Nampa. WANTED - first class mechanic must be able to ineul the trade. Call 466-5138. NEED EMPLOYMENT? Come In And See Us Today! EMPLOYMENT PERSONNEL SERVICE DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM Personnel Consultant 706 Arthur Caldwell 459-9555 New Keo C h.p. riding mower, Ne» Black i Decker hedge t r i m - mer. Ph. 466-0203. Almost neu rug, 11' x 19', all wool, patterned overall, beige. .Make offer! -166-4196 JUST O P K N E D . ESTABROOK'S 2nd hand store. Free Bulletin Board, 1312-lstSi. No.466-0111 1966 White Sewing Machine with zig zag, button holes, does everything. Demonstrator model. Was S129, now $47.50 or · S5 a month. Call anytime col- lee 1 375-6605. White 8 drawer vanity, cedar chest i nighi stands, green 12x 14 rue, white stackless range hood, carlop carrier, 4 ft, step ladder. Green sofa bed with matching chair, 2 end tableSj coffee table i lamp Call Early American). Portable typewriter, 20 gauge Ithaca gun, misc. items. 712 E, Sheridan, Nampa. For Sale USED 2 W H E E L TRAILER, $50 Ph. 466-8126 1966 SINGER Sewing Machine makes all fancy stitches, button holes, sews on buttons, etc. without attachments. Only 14 payments of $5. For information write Credit Manager, P.O. Box 688, Nampa, CARPORT SALE-Friday, June 30, 10 a.m. Retrig. T.V., table, chairs, lawn equip, household etc. 115 ASH ST. Caldwell. NOW AVAILABLE. Aluminum Sheets 23 x 30 1/4" - .001 thick. . .10?. Call at the Idaho Free Press office, Nampa. THE proven carpet cleaner Blue Luilre iieaiyon the budget. Restores forgotten colors. Rent electric ihampooer SI. Holl Better living Center. Antique Oak Buffet i Dresser. Misc. items, 2 power mowers, $25 each, Kenmore Wash. $35, Ph. 459-0142. Coats Tire changing machine with all attachments, $30. Ph. 466-5138. Tore lawn mowers. Walker's Lawn Mower Sales Service, 524 S. 9th, Cald. 459-B566. what amounts to a thriving free operation Is paying off on both |^j|" trees'''ca ttie',"weeds "and in ^ y mr s ^ ln wllh wax f l l l e d trade area. The usual customs fides of the frontier. all types insects including ter- creams cosmetics. Let us regulations are cheerfully ig- In Haparanda the Domus mites. Equipped for any kind of show y° u Nature's way to a nored and for practical pur- department store -- large and l° b - Cal1 466-9608 or 466-2005 new beautiful you poses the border hardly exists plush enough to be at home for est at all. in the more cosmopolitan sur- \ i / n i i r\DII I Ikl/" 1 Flnnmarks can be spent foundings of Helsinki or W t L L D K I L L I N O freely in Haparanda and Stockholm -- owes much of its Serving Boise Valley since 1944. Swedish crowns in Tornio success to Finnish . customers. Cable tool or, .rotary drilling t without the usual bother of Some items are real bargains ' ""'"'" """"" v '~'~" visiting; a money exchange. for Finns. Coffee, for Instance. , or 459-8553. Service Information Of Reliable Firms ion domestic. JESS DOTY , , . Caldwell, 459-9611 or 459-9627 Though the Finnish Ian- costs about one half, as much M uv/*y Hwy. 30. guage is seldom heard out- at Dornus as it does half-aside its native country because mile away across the border, of its exceptional difficulty, it And Swedes can buy cigar- is widely spol-.en among Ha- eltes in Tornio for half what curbs, dtnv | wdayBs s '^ s . etc. paranda's Swedish residents, they would cost at home. ph ^rJs.TOgOoMoe sew"' 6 The close cooperation has There are. of course, some . even produced a bi-lingual regulations. In theory Finns newspaper. Haparandanbladet are allowed to buy only 40 (in Swedish i or Haaparan- flnnmarks IS12.50) worth of nanlehti 'In Finnish). goods a month in Haparanda It also has made the two for each member of a family, towns the gateway to asylum But In practice customs for occasional communist de- checks are usually mere for- fectors -- usually sailors who malllies. And in any case ac- have jumped ship in Helsinki commodsting merchants on an'd are seeking refuge In both sides of the frontier will Sweden. provide visiting customers The frontier is marked by with sales slips listing pur- a bridge that links one of the chases at half or less of their Tornio River delta Islands on actual cost, which the town of Tornio is There also is considerable Is built with the Swedish social contact across the bor- malnland. der. Finns and Swedes out for When I crossed it recently a night on the town seem to with two Finnish friends, we fee' they can get away with did not have to c'necl; out with more at less risk by crossing the Finnish authorities. And the frontier. Swedish customs waved us So Finnish Is frequently the through without checking my most common language In passport or my friends' Idem- Haparanda's City Hole! restau- Ity cards. rant and the Merlhovl in Kemi, In fact about the only indl- a Finnish city 18 miles from cation I had that we'd entered Tornio, is often packed with another country was a traffic Swedes. LADIES! "Stop Waxing 8, Start Relaxing" USE TURTIE-PIASTIC COATING . Introductory Offer-- linti'red Ti'me Only! 25% OFF Reg. Price Corr.e in and see our floor! OWYHEE SHEET METAL PRO HARDWARE 1020--IslSt. S., Nan-pa *M-801 Argentines Projecting 'Reverse Peace Corps' BUEMOS AIRES 'UPIi -Argentina will send 15 young ladles to the United States In July In a reverse of the Peace Corps program. The ladles almost all college students, received diplomas recently after they were chosen. Raul Pulgbo, Argentine Secretary of Community Promotion and Assistance, satd the first contingent of "Voluntaries for America" will teach and perform tasks In community service. Although Argentina never requested U.S. Peace Corps volunteers and has none. Pulgbo called the plan a Peace Corps Interchange. He said when the volunteers return to Argentina they will help contribute to the progress of backward areas of this, country. "We will travel to the United States sometime between July 15 and 25." one o! the volunteers, Emma Bonflls, said. She said they would first go to Washington or New York, then spend six weeks In training at Los Angeles, Boston or New York. From there she did not know where they would work. "We will be paid from $215 to S300 a month," Miss BonHh said. "The Argentine government will pay our travel expenses. We don't know yet If we'll stay for one or two years.' Another volunteer, I r e n e Quelro. said there were no male members of their contlngen' because men who had volunteered did not possess the specialties wanted. The Argentine-North American agreement for the plan was Inspired by the "Declaration o the American Presidents" a ·Pun (a del Este. Uruguay, em bassy sources said. Man Pleads Guilty BOISE (UPi) - An Idaho State Penitentiary inmate has entered a plea of pllly in t.S, District Court to a charge o taking a letter from the Unite States mail. A federal complaint also cliarged Robert Wilbank, 42 Caldwell, with forgery. The for gcry charge was dismissed however, when the guilty plea was entered to Ihe othe charge. U.S. District Judge Ray Me Nichols has ordered a pro-sent ence investigation. Some things work so well that nothing can take their place PROFESSIONAL DRIVER One of the first hand tools devised, the hammer, in any of its countless varieties, is an instrument which is indispensable for applying force in a small area where it is needed. In shaping melal, driving wedges or nails, or breaking stone, nothing works better than the good old hammer. Like the hammer, the newspaper Want Ad is another of man's inventions which has stood Ihe test of time and which is irreplaceable when it comes to getting things done. A low cost means of communicating a message to a mass of people, the Want Ad stands unique as a feature of the daily newspaper which no other medium can match. WWM 466-7891-459-4664 The Idaho Free Press The feUwell News-Tribune COMMERCIAL BUILDING ! · CABINET WORK · BASEMENTS · ENSILAGE PITS · GRADER WORK · EXCAVATING · IRRIGATION PROJECTS KNIE BROS. CONSTR. CALDWELL BONDED 459-3476 FARM TIRES 24 HOUR OH THE FARM SERVICE 459-1616 GEM Firestone Store N ' 9htl 585-6695 OK TV SERVICE 466-7827 We Service Repair All Makes -- Pickup Deliver. Your TV Headquarter* For New, Used and Color RCA-Zenith-Wettinghouse. KINDERGARTEN Contact Christian Schools, Drawer G., Nampa Phone 466-9151 -- Eves. 459-1238 FROM TOASTERS TO REFRIGERATORS WE SERVICE AIL MAKES! fW 4! 9-1505 HERE'S WHYI YOU CAN Biy2andSAVE! M TM PAINTS HARVEY HOFF Better Living Center 2922 East Cleveland 45V-7484 EXCAVATING - TILE LINES · PIPE LINES · SEPTIC TANKS MODERN EQUIPMENT BOB BLESSING EXCAVATING 337-4223 HOMEDALE 337-3837 · MODELING · ADDITIONS · COMMERCIAL BUILDING ItSEHERTS ·USIUtErlTS · IRRIGATION MBJECTS BROS. CONSTR. CALDWELL __ 459-3476 LAWN MOWER SERVICE All makei -- expert repair «LAWNBOV«TORO«MERRrTILUR Sales S«rvi£ CAFFERTY'S TV-466-3647 Our New Addreti--224 12th Ave. So. CATALOG SALES AGENCI NOW OPEN! NAMPA 115 13th Ave. So., 466-4261 CALDWEU 116 So. 7th Ave., 459-0063 John B. Long, Owner BRAKES, TUNE-UP, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION EMMONS AUTO REPAIR 1505 N.Boise Ave. CALDWELL 459-3190 FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY SHOP .75 Years Kxpfrifnce LARGE SELECTION OF FINE NEW FABRICS Over 250 Yords ol Fabric in Stock Over 150 Yords Naugahyde in Stock SHOP r I DCWIC ACROSS FROM IN REAR C. L. KtV Id KING BROWN'S 1414 Arthur Caldwell 459-2531 * TV APPLIANCE REPAIR DON McNABB - LYLE KENNEL Experienced - Reliable - Guaranteed Work OWYHEE SHEET METAL PRO HARDWARE 1020 111 SI. S«oth Nomao X66-8401 KIWAY 30 CAMPERS-TRAVEL TRAILERS SALE or RENT · KIT »IDEAL · OASIS · SECURITY ROBERTSON TRAILER SALES Take it Easy. Use Classified to Sell, Buy, Rent, Hire. Dial 466-7891 o.r 459-4664. Mtr-Si«nng · STOtMiXXMK I WINDOWS · ALCOA SIDING fc GUTTEIS · All TYPES Of INSULATION FIBERGLASS INSULATORS, INC. 466-1401 1014 in SI. S. (in.IUCS Oil) Ev.i. 466-6919 .TV SERVICE - Radio Dispatched ^ Cily-Wid* and Surburban Coverage Color - Black and White - All MaW. All WorV by Mol»r Radio TV Tichnlcion TREASURE VALLEY TV 466-3231 103 16th Av». North, Numpo

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