Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 15, 1967 · Page 3
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_ _ Donors Total 94 At Year's 3rd Drawing mobile visit of the year for the Nampa area Tuesday, and a total 91 pints of blood was collected. ·^^Sffjijss-s flr fnr Blood Center. Volume donors 'named lor their donations over a period of Quota for the drawing ni 150 S A ZSli^a The June drawing wasspon- arid** SimpS0 "' four sall . ons : busld Vfani^M ° f f 01 ?" S °"' ^ISffSl Halet uub ana si. ram s AllarSociety. Harold Fender and WinfieldKir- cher, two gallons; Miss Billie Dodd, A'tden Davis, Dupont Valentine, Harold Trout, Eugene Hayes and Zenos Beesley, one gallon. Chairman for the drawingwas Drivers Pay In Court snasrs?? 5 iff«s»-3aw day resulted m three findings ^ charge of the c ^ n were Wayne Adolph day resulted in of guilty- and three fines for traffic violations. Craig H. Kehne, 2115 Terrace Drive, Caldwell, was fined $10 Mrs. Roy Davis, Mrs. Cornlls and Mrs. Budell. Physicians assisting were Dr. Nurses helping were Mrs. Feme Halliday, R.N., Mrs, Rosalie Barker, K.N., Mrs. 0' Brian. R.N., Mrs. George Kel' Mrs. Vilas speeding; and Anne G. Huffman, 407 19th Ave. S., was fined $25 and $5 costs, all suspended, Iogg7' R.' N.', and for failure fo yield right of way. Brandt, L.P.N. In other court proceedings, Barbara Lewis, 913 Briarwood Drive, was fined 320 and J5 costs, with $5 suspended, for speeding; and S.C. Taylor, Idaho Free Press, Thursday, June 15, 1967 - 3 Hampan Hurt At Yakima NAMPA - J. W. Geller, injuries, a cracked breast bone Nampa businessman, injured last and cuts to both hands. He was Thursday in a traffic accident in hospitalized for five days. Yakima, Wash., has returned to He said he was alone In his Nqmpa by plane. truck and signalling for a turn teller suffered head and rib when he was struck broadside by ^ TM " · ^ · * " ,, CAT 'Mapled' Monickers Q^'JJ,. , iad been v j s iting a fac- ALBANY. N. Y. 'UPii -- ( or y [ n Seattle and was en route There are a least 19 towns, home at the time of theaccUent. villages or cities in New York ^^ c]ark Nampa re t u rned Mate with "Maple" preceding Mler home by plane, them. Other volunteers for the drawing: Staff aides - Mrs. May Lewis and Mrs. Dorothy Blunck, cochairman, Mrs. Phil Branson icir, V, , . ,. «,' """union, mis. run uraiison 1629 Park Ave., was fined $20 and Mrs. J.J. Jenkins, typists; and $a costs for allowing two numbering table aides- Mrs dogs at large. T0 _ Van de Grlft C h airman ; Forfeitures; were listed fop and Mrs . Larry Higgs donor John D. Scholl, Nampa Route ro0 m aides- Mrs. F G Gray 3, following too closely, 330; chairman. Mrs. John Kunkle, Stanley Garmire, 910 Seventh ·· - - · - ' Ave. N., following too closely, S30; Chester Hargrave Jr., 411 Garland St., improper change of lanes, S25; Denny J. Wilcox, Boise, speeding, $23; J. Robert Quinly, 423 S. State St., speeding, $15; John G. Lyda, 503 Stanford St., turning left from right land, $15; Mildred J. Butler, Nampa Route 5, im- TYP1CAL LETTER from a Nampa National Guardsman this week might read something like: "Dear Mom-- Having a wonderful time at summer camp. The roads could be a" little better, but. . . " Considering the fact tliat war and mud are often companions, the Guardsmen are getting realistic training this year. Rain turned the road into the Telon Canyon encampment into a hopeless mire, reported Wayne Cornell. Free Press sports editor who is a member of Headquarters Company, 139lh Engineer Battalion. Headquarters and B companies, both based at Nampa, are participating in the two weeks of field training. The two units were forced to camp on the Driggs airport along with units from Emmett, Grange- vine and Orofino, because of the impassible roads into the canyon. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) raid's Km VIENNA GARDEN FRIDAY HITE BUFFET Served 7 to 10:30 P.M. _ Seafood and Other $O 00 Delectable Entrees £* Music by the "VIENNA DUO" FRIDAY 00 P.M..SATURDAY 9:00 P.M. .STEAK HOUSE CHARIOT ROOM AND VIENNA GARDEN 139 Caldwell Blvd. -- Nampa ft/ HOMCOt / TMfAMOUS Mrs. Robert Sample, Mrs. John W. Ziegler; phone committee- Mrs. F.G. Gray, Mrs. John W. Ziegier, Miss Venna Patterson. First Park Orchestra Concert Slated Friday Around About The NAMPA Area proper turn, DIAt 464-5344" III I NAMPA- The first of six "symphony in the park" concerts will be held at 8:30 p.m. Friday in the band shell at Lakeview Park, orchestra director Earle McKeever today. The concerts will be presented by the Nampa Musicians' Protective Union Local No. 423, A.F. of M. The second concert will be NOW SHOWING SANDRA DEE GEORGE ·HAMILTON in the funniest who dorjeit! RUMMAGE SALE-Thero will be a rummage sale Friday ami nw SKmm ^^ Qe Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at hel(1 Jlme 23 and the other four the American Legion Chateau. wlu be scnedu)ed dvf M Anyone wishing to donate rum- McKeever said mage is asked to take it to the The prograri i E this evening I 466-2727 or 466-6382. K Doetoi you've gol lo lie kidding! TO GIVE AWAY - . __ 1 tens, 10 weeks old, will be given I away. The mother is a manx. I Phone 466-4320. NAMPA-- Police today were investigating the theft of two chrome wheels and tires from a car at Marv's Body Shop, 1704 Garrity Blvd. Officers said a jack used was left af the scene. i DINNER DANCE- Union [Pacific Junior Old Timers Club |No. 18 and Auxiliary will hold ; a dinner and dance for installation of new officers Friday, 7:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Club Prepares Fair Exhibits NAMPA - The 4-H Friends of the Forest met Tuesday evening at the Lookout for a regular session presided over by Mike Crenshaw, president. Kerry Campbell led the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-1! Pledge. Roll call was taken by Larry Richardson. Members were assisted by Crenshaw in gathering leaves and making leaf prints for the fair. They also obtained tree cross- sections and began work onthem. Pressed leaves and twigs were prepared for mounting. Officers At Receives Degree ShortCourse 3 POCATELLO (ISU) - Three Southwest Idaho law enforcement officers are among 37 attending the first of two basic training short courses offered , v^i^i.wf,, ,, uic uvui annual *y the Idaho Law Enforcement NAMPA -- Knitting, cooking commencement of GonzagaUni- Academy at Idaho State Univer- and sewing demonstrations high- verslty. sity. lighted the most recent meeting He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tney are Richard L. Bnim- of the Happy Helpers 4-H Club. c. K. Lunsirum of Nampa Route ble . Meridian police; Donald The knitting demonstrations 6. Green, Caldwell police; and ca '' to bring live music to lie. McKeever said the "symphony in the park" group could be made available for special functions within the community. Members of the summer sym- phonette are chosen from the professional music ranks throughout Treasure Valleyand announced augmented with past andpresent talented musicians fromNampa High School. The opening program; Handel -- Prelude and fuge. Haydn-- Symphony No. 15, movements 1 and 2. Khachaturcan --Waltz. Hanson-- Children's Dance. Brown-- American Bolero. Gillis -- January February March. Lerner--Loewe-- Highlights from "Camelot." Members Give Demonstrations SPOKANE - Carl Kenneth Lunstnim Jr. of Nampa, Idaho, was graduated recently with a degree of bachelor of arts jn psychology at 'the 80th annual were givenbyDebbyCloud,Paula Wissel and Karen Porterfield; t*icl,«« D«««r»^J cooking by Grace Noel and Nancy """"OP Keported mordan and sewing by Miss NAMPA _ Police ^ Ida W1SS6JL, n n:tim 14fr7 I l l h Avo Q U/QC ri r t i *** UuiyiJi lIUl 11U1 AVV* Of, W3.S « M H °^ m ' vl . ceprfisident ' charged Wednesday with back- presided at the meeting. ine without reasonable yfotv The 4-H Pledge was led by £L shockedTef!carTrom MicMuraaitne meeting. jne ^ft.^ r p,cnn-,M P TMM V J. U. CLUB-THeJ.U. Club TMTM?*TM I6d ,^ after sh^ckedTercarTrom will meet Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.at TM% s wissel and (he flag salute her driveway and into a parked the Mary Gibson home on Cald- * y Lalawe11 - ear owned by Howard L. (!£LFSlEHOHI-B!LLBI)lBV-DICKIttLLHIHI MORTSAHI ...DWAYNErllWl i PANAVISION'.: METROCOLOR Plus Comtdy Co-Hit M c-unKtrnKHnimwimmmm David NkCallum I the Mary Gibson home on Cald I well Blvd. for a covered dish 1 luncheon. FUN NIGHT - Eagles Lodge will hold a benefit fun night Friday, 8 p.m. at the hall. There will be prizes and refreshments will be served. The public is invited. TO GIVE AWAY- A part rat terrier puppy, two months old, will be given away. Phone 466-3177. Poem Published NAMPA - Terry Jacobsen, Clark, 1403 Caldwell. Rim View Dr., Harry Doner, Canyon County sheriff's department. The session, sponsored by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Idaho Peace Officers Association, I d a h o Municipal le University, is de- to acquaint the men with the latest methods in law enforcement work. PHONE 466-1891 Or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. OPEN KIDS 9:00 * FREE Rubber Consumption AKRON, Ohio UPI) -American manufacturers will use enough rubber In 1967 to fill a train extending from Chicago to Pittsburgh. Aide Returns -- ..~....*.« ...... . (113 puv.u, BOISE (UPI) -- An aide lo "Life," which was published in Gov. Don Samuelson returned b the National Anthology of High the Statehouse Wednesday from School Poetry, will also be in- a three-day trip to Washington, eluded in an anthology, "Ser- D -C, mons in Poetry," which com- Richard Hughes, an assistant prises religious and ptiiloso- assigned the duties of federal- phlcal poetry writtenby the youth s ' a ' e coordinator, attended a of America. two-day meeting of federal-slate Jacobsen's pnem was written coordinators from all 50 states, in the llth grade English class. " wa s sponsored by the Nation- Ills parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacobsen, Nampa. l Governor's Conference. HAM SANDWICHES 10W SATURDAY, JUNE 17 lOo.m, -4 p.m. RONDAVOOMKT. MJ- Hth An. Mi. NOW SHOWING i THEATRES He came to tame a bucking bronc called Africa. HUGHO'BRIAN JOHN MILLS-_^^ TEXAS J1YIE FRANK DEAN ·MIIT1N ANITA UfflEV / JOHN / HUES ILS/MLLS/Ull 4 FOR TEXAS '·( r-ff i"" DUU4S9-17M The Summer Music Program Starts June 19th RENT ,, INSTRUMENT PEEBLES-WINTER MUSIC STUDIOS Your Child Will Receive FREE LESSONS Expert Guidance in Choosing Your Instrument if Rentd May Be Applied on Purchase Price New and Used Irvstruments Available 1024 12th Ave. So. NAMPA Phone 466-7865 WE DON'T HAVE A MILLION DOLLAR ADVERTISING BUDGET But. WE HAVE MORE BARGAINS THAN BRAINS! WESTERN FAMILY COFFEE 2 * 1 Ibs. I $129 Libby's Pineapple-Grapefruit JUICE $|00 46-oz. Cans Van Camp's PORK BEANS £ ,,,,. $ « 00 ,»,. Cons KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP . oi. 53 BOOK MATCHES I0« BOX OF 5 0 . . . 'MAID O' CLOVER" SOLID BUTTER 69' Ib. PASCO FROZEN PASCO FROZEN jm £ ^ A A ORANGE JUICE 4 S r f I 00 CHIQUITA BANANAS CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPE 00 USDA GRADE "A", PAN-READY FRYERS Up To 2 L b s . , 7 O z . . .EA. 89 ARMOUR'S "STAR" BEEF T-BONES 98*, ARMOUR'S "STAR" BEEF POT ROAST 39 V Supply Limited! RAGLAN SHORT SLEEVED SWEAT SHIRTS S, $149 . EA. 1 CERT. FR. ICE CREAM »G O I fig CREAHPIES 4 b, $1.00 NEIITPIES 6 ior $1.00 "ZEE" TOIET TISSUE 4 ^i, 43' MIMED POP 13 ,or $1.00 R.S.MHRGSRINE 6 ib, $100 OCOMA HAM DINERS J hr $HO LEMONADE 6 0! 12 «.,,, $1.00 CASH FOOD MARKET GOLD STRIKE STAMPS CLOSED AT

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