Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 22, 1967 · Page 3
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 3

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, June 22, 1967
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FLOATING ALONG Third Street near the llth Avenue Intersection on an inner tube is John Black, Nampa Route 2, FOUR-FOOT-DEEP water stands in the llth Avenue underpass after the Wednesday afternoon rain and hall storm. Cliff Trameland Raymond Fry take advantage of an opportunity to go wading. Around About The NAMPA Area 375 Youths Ask Jobs; Places Found for 135 Free Press Photos POWER POLES were Mount down along South Side Boulevard. TREES WERE UPROOTED In a -Jflde area south of Nampa. These three trees were ripped from the ground at Greenhurst School. Fuji! GetS Club Award Premises Entered STUDY CLUB - Rebekah Study Club will meet today, 8 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. FUN NIGHT - Eagles will hold a fun night Friday, 8 p.m. at the hall. Prizeswillbea.ward- ed and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. TO GIVE AWAY- Atwoyear o)d male beagle will be given away. It Isdescribedasachlld's pet and can be seen at 1515 Ninth St. S. MASONIC MEETING - Ashlar Lodge No. 90 will meet Friday, 10 a.m. at the temple to attend the funeral of Harry F. Workman. Graveside services will be held at Kohlerlawn Cemetery. Case Taken Under Study NAMPA - A decision in the case of McKinley Krlegh Jr., 43, of 1320 12th Ave. S., charged with driving while Intoxicated, was taken under advisement Wednesday by Municipal Judge 0. B. Cox after a trial. Krlegh was arrested June 13. Re-Roofing Noted NAMPA - The City Inspector's office Wednesday reported Issuing a permit to F. E. Van Matra to reroot a dwelling if 916 llth St. S. NAMPA - The local Youth Employment Service said today that 375 new applications for summer workhavebeen received since June 2 and that jobs have been fouiid for 135 of them. The placements totaled 87 in agricultural work and 48 In nonagricultural, according to Kenneth 0. Light, youth specialist with the Idaho Department of Employment in Nampa. Light urged area residents to support Youth Employment Week, now being observed, by helping youths between the ages of 14 and 18 find summer employment. He asked persons having part- time jobs for youths to call the Youth Employment Service, 4664696. The earth is 8.000 miles in (linmcter. ypt man dcprnd;; or. a thin shell of soil a few inches (hick te produce food and fiber. NAMPA - Henry Fuji! of the Nampa Rotary Club wasawarded a special plaque Tuesday night in recognition of his 20-year perfect attendance record. The award was made at the club's annual installation dinner at the Broadmore Country Club by outgoing president Jack Mattson. Mattson also presented individual coppertone plaques at appreciation to the officers, directors, and principal committee heads who served the club during his term. Newly installed as officersfor the 19.61-68 year beginning July 1 were Blair Shepherd, president; and Leon R. (Dick) Weeks, vice president. Continuing in the offices of secretary and treasurer are Russ Cooke and Carter Richmond. The event was designated as a Ladies' Night, and Rotary Anns accompanied their husbands for a buffet dinner, the installation ceremonies, and a program presented by Horlan Nelson, falconry expert of Boise. Nelson described a recent trip Drivers Fined In City Court NAMPA -- Nampa Municipal Court records today showed the following motorists fined: Edgar R. Barber, 110 llth Ave. N., Nampa, speeding, $10 and $5 costs; Ronald M. Bean, 824 12th Ave. Rd., speeding, $10 and $5 costs; Linda A. Stokes, 4811 Alpine, backing without due caution, $15 and $5 costs; Dennis L. Hulen, 1003 Ivy, driving while unqualified, $15 and $5 costs. $50 Fine Imposed NAMPA - Carl V. Oman, 72, of 323 10th Ave. S., pleaded guilty In Municipal Court Wednesday to reckless driving and was fined $50 and $5 costs. His driver's license was suspended for 30 days. rullOc iaiJ Oman wascharged after the car he was driving ran into a brick wall of the home of Zeta W. Hughart, 912 4th Ave. S., on June 15. he made into Arabia onlnvltation from a sheik of Kuwait who also was Interested in falconry. A colored film showed highlights of the trip, plus some of Nelson's experiences in falconry In the Snake River Canyon area. NAMPA - N. A. Wade, 912 llth Ave. S., reported to police today that rental property he owns at 219 OwyheeSt. was burglarized after a screen was pried irom a kitchen window. Wade reported drawers were ransacked. OPEN 5 P.M.-1 A.M., Mon, Thru Sat. Featuring Otis Lob at the Banjo Piano--Fri. Sat. 9 P.M.-12:30 A.M. Second location in Nampa 16-13thAve. So. Atross from '7 S«as" RED-WHITE And BLUE DAYS Rexall MOUTH WASH $1.29 Value. Rexall Buffered ASPIRIN $1.98Valu. 98' Cara Nome HAND CREAM 4-ci. 59' Styrofoam ICE CHESTS M A ^ f, $149 Rexall Multiple 1-tablet daily VITAMINS 365 Tub*. $011 Ladies «M«u STRAW HATS 99' Large WINDOW FANS $19" 10" Oscillating FANS '13" £»x Boxed STATIONERY $1.00 Value It NOW SHOWING S» THEATRES OPEN 7:00 OPEN 9:00 Big Value ENVELOPES 100 Reg. size Rexall Fast HOME PERMANENTS $100 ^P I Rexall ASPIRIN $1.89 Value COLONIAL DAMES SPECIAL OF THE MONTH DRY SKIN CLEANSING CREAM NET WT. 8 OZ. REG. $2.50 now! M.50 DRY SKIN, CLEANSIN« LOTION 13 FL. 02. OH.USEVOUR Bankamerkard DRY SKIN FRESHENER SAVE-MOR DRUG 1223 1st ST. SO. 466-2403 a FL. oz. ; sale! 1.00 HVPQ.ALLERGENIC

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