Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 29, 1975 · Page 20
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 20

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, January 29, 1975
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-^i'ivii i TI U . \\.ivs-Triliune. Wednesday. J a n u a r y M. 1875 - »·? SUPER STORES MALL ! TOM SCOTT 13 oz. NIXED NUTS MliS. H K H T I I A I.AXDKUS of A t l a n t a was p l a n n i n g (o h a v e a nicFUiim-nirul day recently, tint (hen one imliKiiUy W L I S pilinl u n l u iiiuiihrr. Kirs! lier (nirse. uliini; \\illi several oilier women's. was rublml w h e n I w u men burst into Ethel's Ilraiih Salon. When police surrounded the shop, she ami ulhcrs \vcre hcnlod into a small back room hy the bandits. u'hii|;:ivrii| il sborl linn 1 later. Mrs, Lunders waits patiently for her hair lo dry as i DeKalb County policeman dusls for Regular 99 5oz. PRELL CONCENTRATED SHAMPOO Regular '1.23 Specialist promotes 'baby beet' MOSCOW - Thero'sa w a y In inaki' (lie inviil dollar jj» Fanner and Unit's to buy "haln 1 beef." says Jobii M i l l e r . c i i l r l u r l l . I'liiviTsily of Idaho extension inral.s "llaby beef may tie an un- f a m i l i a r name to some." Miller stales. However, be recalls that "it was once quite popular, but lias given w a y to Ilic Mend lunar:! choice heavy tgrain-feiti bc-cf." Hahy beef. Miller explains, is meal from young a n i m a l s weighing -ton in 700 pounds dial have come o f f pastures where they have been nursing. In oilier words, Ihey are young grass-Fed r a t h e r than {iram-Fed animals. Tin 1 high cosl of grain fed lo beef cattle in the fcerilot has caused die price of meal from those animals In rise. Consumer resistance lo lliose higher prices lias m a d e f e e d l o l operators reluelant In buy young grass-Fed animals and feeit them high- priced grain w i t h ibc hope of earning a profit. This situation, says Miller, makes beef baby a bargain (or consumers He encourages shoppers la louk for il in supermarkets. Hahy bccF may also he kno\vn as veal. Another possibility is to check with a rancher or a livestock a u c t i o n ring mvner and buy a youtiK calf wciiiliini! 5110 to G1KJ pounds. Then have the calf ruslniii slaughtered, cut and wrapped For the home freezer. The manager til a local meal processing plant may also be able ti) obtain calves in the SIKI- KiHl-pimntl weigh! class. What arc I lie basic differences between baby beef and heavy i grain-fed) beef In lialiy beef, there is less marbling f l e c k s » ( f a t -- in the ((·.'lit (ini'linii (if Ihe meal, ac- cnrding l Miller. Me says this means loin steaks from haby bceF are not as good Inr broiling as heavy beef. However. Hie young lieeF "very gnntl" Fur all nll» cooking methods. "In fact." I adds, "you can't beat il Fnr p; f r y i n g . " He advises lhal "if you \va high q u a l i t y heef, anil al saving, baby hcef is a gnnd b these tavs." 6 oz. Sure ANTIPERSPIRANT Regular S J . 04 100 Tablets Buttrey's ASPIRIN aspirin Regular 39 KARCHERMALL-NAMPA " MAC'S' 'RETIREMENT SUIT SALE MR. F. W. "MAC" McCORMICK IS RETIRING AFTER 46 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS EMPLOYMENT FOR THE I.D. STORE, MAC HAS SEEN ASSOCIATED WITH THE STORES IN CALDWELL, EMMETT, CAMBRIDGE, PARMA, NAMPA AND THE KARCHER MALL STORE SINCE ITS' OPENING IN 1968. WE BELIEVE HE HAS SOLD MORE MEN'S SUITS THAN ANY OTHER MAN IN THE AREA. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 10 TO 5 "MAC" MAKES HIS OWN DEALS ON ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS COME IN - SEE "MAC" FOR A SUIT - SEE WHAT HE'LL DO WHEN HE MAKES HIS OWN DEALS - IT MAY BE A FREE TIE OR SOCKS OR A SHIRT OR A BELT OR MAYBE A CASH DISCOUNT. IT'S STRICTLY BETWEEN YOU AND "MAC" COME IN - JOIN THE FUN - EVEN IF IT IS ONLY TO SAY 'HI'. SALE! WOMEN'S VERY FAMOUS NAME TAILORED SHIRTS · LONG SLEEVE STYLES · SOLID COLORS WITH CONTRAST STITCH · ATTRACTIVE NOVELTY PRINTS · PLAIN FRONTS AND POCKET STYLES · ALL FIRST QUALITY · SIZES 8 TO 18 REGULAR $18.00 SALE PRICE Jumbo Size n^J Thermos M LUNCH Y KIT II Regular S 5.49 Quart Size Regu/ar'2.29 W · UU THERMOS W/BAIL HANDLE I ' i i \ Regular '4.98 "Weifc/ox" Luminous Dial Ladies' Long Sleeve 100% Acrylic, SWEATED Jar '9.88 ID CHARGE LAYAWAY - MASTERCHARGE BANKAMERICARD REGULAR 8 9 - ^ BROWN JERSEY GLOVES C-HO-120RC-126-12 Color Print KODAK FILM 19.5 Quart 'BigStu' COOKING POT · ^^V Regular ^^ '4.99 8-Track "Pickwick" STEREO TAPES I 'HAW 1 ITCH LARGE SELECTION i

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