Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 3, 1967 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, July 3, 1967
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IEGM NOTICE Idaho Free Press, Monday, July 3, 19G7 - 5 NOTICE TO BIDDEHS The su le Purchasing ·U receive «»led bld f a h »«ice. Room 205. sute Mouse, Boise, Idaho unul 9 A M July 12, 1967. tar u.. e toll o w . ReU »22 - for- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES (or the IDAHO STATE PENITENTLY at BOISE, IDAHO. A" bi!s will be publicly opened and read al Ihe above lime and place. Forms staling cotiauions must be secured before bidding These are available from the Mate Purchasing Agem'sOifice. me Slate reserves the right to reject any or all bids. T E D C K A M E H State Purchasing Agent June 30, July 1, 3, 1957 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR WATER Notice is hereby given that General Foods Corporation, Birds Eye Division has on June 9 applied for permit to (divert) 10.9 (cubic feet per second) or water from subterranean under application No. 63-7003. Water will be diverted by pump It well within Ihe NEl/4 KWl/4. Sec, 9; SE1/4SW1/4, Sec. 15, T. 3N, R. 2W, B.M. and is to be used f r o m Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 for rood processing in NE1/4- NWl/4, Sec. 9; SEV4SW1/4, Sec. 15, T. 3N, R. 2W, B.M. Any proiesl ajainst this application must be filed with the Department of Reclamation within ten days from the last date of publication of this notice. R. KEITH HIGO1NSON Stale Reclamation Engineer June 26, July 3, 1957 NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Stale Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until; 4:00 P.M. July 13, 1967 for the following: REQs 42 4 44- ASBESTOS PIPE 4 CAST IRON FITTINGS, for the PUBLIC WORKS (Penitentiary) at Boise, Idaho. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and place. Forms stating conditions musl be secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. Union Pacific, P.F.E. Honor Retiring Employes THREE LONG-TIME employes of Ihe Pacific Fruit Express shops bid their bosses farewell after retiring Friday. From lett are: C.W. Stuart, district storekeeper; G.I,. Robley, retiring with 19 years service; Otto Bramon, more than 30 years; Byron Alitzer, 41'/ ? years; and Jack G. Finney, superintendent. That vintage auto in the background was purchased by Alitzer for $600 just three months after he began working for P.F.E. in February, 1926, He drove it to work Friday for the last time. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Wesleyon Holiness Meetings Scheduled THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE for Clcmtfied Ads for quickly, economically jecuring tenants. Dial 466-789) 459-4664 now. INSTRUMENT REPAIR PEEBLES-WINTER MUSIC CO. 1054--mh Ave. S. 466-7865 CENTER OF ATTENTION at the Union Pacific Railroad yards is Harley Mathisen, who is retiring after 50 years service. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) NAMPA -- We sleyan Holiness Church will hold an evangelistic camp meeting July G-1C in Eagle Heights on Highway 30, across from Rourk Realty. Churches from Caldwell, Boise and Twin Falls will attend the meetings. **' Railroad Loses 50-Year Vet NAMPA -- Harley Mathisen The State reserves the right to saw a lot of the Northwest In the reject any or all bids. ^ jg y , ears _ Last week he retired from his job as engineer irith the Union Pacific Railroad. Mathisen started with the railroad in March, 1917,in the shops TED CRAMER Stale Purchasing Agent June 30, July 1, 3,1967 NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Kev, Glen Griffith, general superintendent of the \Ves- leyan Holiness movement, will Wyo., and Boise. He has resld- Brumble, fireman; Claude Wise- be guest evangelist, ed In Nampa since 1941. man, switchman; C. A. Har- Known throughout the United On hand last Friday to say graves, switchman; Ellis Wick"Goodbye, Harley" were, pic- ham, switchman; Mathisen'sson, hired above from left: Fred Bill, of Boise; and Mrs. Mathi- Ladd, trainmaster; Howard sen. States and parts of the world, the minister has recently returned from a tour of missions in Egypt, Eritrea and the Holy Land. Troy and Margaret Cook, song evangelists from Kansas City, (penitentiary 1 Boise, tdaho. The state Purchasing Agent at Montpeller, Idaho. J I I I K 6 CilQS Ql will receive sealed bids at his He switched to a position as EMMETT, Idaho (UPI) -- A ers union local will be back on Kan., also will be guests. Those office, Room 2t5, state House, baggageman later that year and 10-day old strike against the their jobs by Wednesday. attending will hear the Rev. JuiTw 'i967 fw l the Z fai?olfei ri *rnetl to the Montpelier shop Boise' Cascade company's Em- "We strike was called over a Gene Tierney, a missionary to '·REQ:' ·15-Manhoie mnjs and untilJune, 191B, when he started mett sawmill ended Friday, disagreement whether supervi- Egypt sincethe late 1950's, speak Covers jor ihe Public Works to fire switch engines. Union ' members voted to at- sors who draw monthly salaries on his work in the Middle East. 1 Mathtsen waspromotedtoyard cept an agreement reached with should be doing work of hourly He was forced to return to the engineer in September, 1935. the company earlier in the day employes. United States during the recent Si"" then he has worked as en ' ^ t!le assistance of a federal Middle East crisis. gineer in Nampa, PooatelloMt mediator. VHom 466 . 7691 or «,.,,,, Services will begin at 7:45 Forms stating conditions Lake City, Twin falls, laaho Most of the 550 members of to piaco your classified ad. it's P' m - eat * ^ iwoay ser- must be secured before bidding. Falls, Montpelier, Kemmerer, [iie lumber and sawmill work- fast, easy t economical. _ vices will begin at 9:45 a.m. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Of flee. The Stale reserves the right lo reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent June 30, July I, 3, 1967 new site) at -. be n NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until: 2:00 P.M. July 12, 1967 for the following: REQ: M-66-6419 -Building Materials for (he Highways at Boise, Idaho, All bids will be publicly opened and read at Hie above time and place. Forms stating conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from the Stale Purchasing Agent's Off ice. The State reserves the right to reject any or all btds. TEP PRAMEJI · Stile. r Puroha.ilne Agent \ c'V INSTALL. UNDER ASSESSMENT LEVIED BV VIRTUE $F LOCAL IMPROVE- /iK DISTRICT NO.410FTHE NAMPA, IDAHO TO WHOM !T AMV CONCERN: You are hereby certified, in pursuance to Section 50-2929 of the Idaho Code, that Ihere is an annual Installment payment due on or before August 2, 1967 on all property located within ihe confines and boundaries of Local Improvement District No, 41 of the City of Nampa, Idaho; which properly has not paid in lull the assessment under the said Local Improvement District No. 41. The lime for payment of (his 1967 installment willbe due August 2, 1967, and may be made on any bay between ihe hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. excepting Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays al the office of the Cily Treasurer, City Hall, Nampa, Idaho- wherein tho assessment rolls are now held. Payment of said annual installment shall close al 5:00 P.M. on the 22nd day of August, 1967. Afler the 22nd day of August, 1961 this 1967 installment payment will become delinquent and a two (2J) per cent pen- ally will be added and bears Interest at Ihe rale of ten (10°c) per com per annum. You are hereby referred lo the records and files and ordinances of and concerninf said tacit Improvement District No. ·Jl which are by reference (hereto made a p a r t hereof as Ihnugh sel forth in full herein. H A / E L McCANDI.ESS, Treasurer City at NJmpa, Idaho July 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1967 REV. GLEN GRIFFITH A special service will he held at 2:30 p.m., July 16 with Rev. Tierney as Ihe speaker. Nampans Win Honors MOSCOW - Two Nampa youths have been named to (he Dean's List In the College of Engineering for the spring semester at the University of Idaho. Named were Lawrence S. Nelson and James R. Pile her. Allen S. Janssen, dean of the College of Engineering, report, ed that 153 students In the areas of agricultural, chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering wereaccordedthe honors. To be named to the Dean's List, an engineering student must have earned a 3.30 grade point average of a maximum 4.0 for 14 semester credit units. what a SUPER THRIFT PHARMACIST means t o . . . A SENIOR CITIZEN · 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS Ph. 466-8488 HE'S HERE TO ASSIST YOU! Now, more than ever, health and expenses are important! That's where your Super Thrift pharmacist comes in ... he'll make sure you get' Ihe righl medication al the lowest possible price! And he'll deliver to your door free of charge! · Senior Citizens' Discount · Prescription Records For Tax DRUGS HOLLY SHOfPWB tEKTER-MMPt KIWANIS CLUB members carry an important message on their old-time auto. Participating in Nampa's Friday parade honoring the Fourth of July, the Kiwanians' sign read: "It is not old fashioned to be patriotic." (Photo by Richard White) Nampa Sailor Helps In Vietnam Landing USS TRIPOLI - Aviation Electrician's male 3.C. William L. Slurdivan, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Slurdivan of Nampa Route- 4, helpert land Marines and equipment In South Vietnam, 11 miles south of Da Nang, as a crewman aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Tripoli. The amphibious landing, named operation "Beacon Torch", began in the pre-dawn darkness of June 11. Fast Navy patrol boals first went close inshore to clear Ihe area of Junks and sampans, and (hen remained nearby to block possible enemy Infiltration of Ihe attack zone. Al dawn, Marine helicopters moving "Leathernecks" ashore from Ihe deck of the Tripoli, while Marines ahoard other nearby Na''y ships went ashore by amphibious craft to esiablish a beach head. A Navy destroyer stood further offshore and provided heavy gunfire support for the attacking Marines. The Marines who wer.l over the beach as part of "Beacon Torch" were members of Battalion Landing Team 2-3. NAMPA MY GLEANERS "Wh*ft Quality it Finl" Acmt fr*m Pott Orfki Mww 4*4-0311 Ask Your Dealer for U A P A N T E L D .BRAND ICE CREAM - WHOLE MILK POWDER NON FAT DRY MILK SOLIDS Manufactured and Distributed hy DAIRYMEN'S CO-OP CREAMERY OFBOISE VALLEY CALDWILL, IDAHO GARBER'S SAli STARTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 5th Of FINE SHOES LADIES' HEELS WIDE ASSORTMENT OF COLORS and STYLES BAREFOOT THONGS $100 While They last Tremendous Selection 01 Ladles' Teens' White Casuals Regular lo$12.95 At Low As . . . . $495 ! 4 CANVAS CASUALS By B. F. Goodrich Regular $4.95 lo $5.95 . $395 C A R E E R SHOE STORE SU MAIN, CAIJDWEU,

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