Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 4, 1976 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, March 4, 1976
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House passes foreign aid bill Today's Weather NA1IONM WI»1HIISH»| C I IO«K»HI. 7AM III · 5 - 76 30 ! 3(100 j/-?W-^-v. 30.00 The Idaho Free Press i The News-Tribune. Thursday, March 4,1976 -- 5 JENN-AIRE · WHIRLPOOL * AMANA . WHIRLPOOL · ---ay turns lo separate' l tionlo provide the moncv ,,,, ,, Alter day-long debaie and (ho rejection o( repeated efforts lo elimmale military aid to Arab nations. Ihe House passed Ihe egrslation 240 to 169 late "ednesdav and relumed it to the Senaie. A coherence will be held later Controls on CB's solicited W A S H I N G T O N d'Pli _ Chairman Torberl Macdonald of t h e House C o m m u n i c a t i o n s Subcommittee told Ihe Federal Communicalions Commission Wednesday il should conlro! Ihe rapid growth of citizen band radio usage in the United Stales. .Macdonald made Ihe slale- ment before Ihe commissioners during a hearing on FCC matters. Charles Higgenbolham, chief of the FCC's Safely and Special Kadio Services Bureau, told Ihe subcommiltee new applications for CH licenses were arriving al the commission's Gettysburg. Pa., processing office al ihe rale of oOO.OOQ to 550.000 a month. He said Ihe FCC has 600.000 applications backed up and Ihe average one lakes 70 days lo process. FCC Chairman Richard Wiley said it appeared Americans are "enjoying" Ihe usage of such unils. "I don't I h i n k it's our job to stop them." Wiley said. Bui Macdonald replied lhat persons who use CB units for enjoyment should not interfere u i l h "legitimate" usage, and Ifct' FCC should impose controls. Ihis month lo resolve differences will) a Senate version passed earlier. Meanwhile, Ihe House today was scheduled to debate the appropriations bill lo fund the programs. As passed Wednesday, the bill gives Congress lighter conlrols over foreign a r m s sales prohibits security aid to any nalions violating human right's or harboring terrorists, and forbids arms to Angola or Chile - restrictions strongly opposed by Ihe administration' The bill aulhorizes S3.5 billion for international security assistance programs plus Sli billion in credit loan guarantees for military sales. These are some highlights: -- S2.25 billion for Israel including SI.5 billion in foreign military sales credits, for which repayment of half would be immediately forgiven -- S750 million for Egypt; J222.5 million for Jordan and S90 million for Syria. -- $140 million in grant military and supporting assistance for Greece, while Turkey gels $50 million in grant military assislance and $125 million in military credil. Kfforls lo eliminate m i l i t a r y " aid lo Egypt, Jordan and Syria and increase aid to Israel were shouted down a f l c r House International Relations Committee Chairman Thomas P Morgan. D-Pa., ssiil U S efforts in the Middle East would be wrecked if (lie aid to Ihe Arabs were eliminated. Morgan ;ilso said aid to Turkey "will lie permitted only as long as she conlinues to respect the cease-fire on Cyprus and does not increase her military presence there." The most emotional vote '.vas Ihe lfio-223 defeat of an efforl by Hep. Robert E. Bauman, K-Md', to prevent partial lifiing of trade r e s t r i c t i o n s a g a i n s t V i e t n a m until Hanoi accounts for all Americans slill missing in action in Indochina. Metals NEW YORK l U P I l - F o r e i g n and domestic gold prices Wednesday: London Morning fixing 132.50 up 1.10. Afternoon fixing 132.25 up «,85. Paris free market 13-1II up 0.71 Frankfurt m.41 up 0.93. Zurich 132.37 up I.WK M |,' K*«]S*O»V S A L I F l O v : wl xlhil I01OCAM SHOWERS and [reeling r a i n are forecast tonight over most of the Creal Lakes area, while showers nnrt rain are Indicated from (lie stale of Louisiana, northward llirouuh porllons of the Tennessee-Ohio Valley. Snow is also expected in Colorado. Clear lo partly cloudy elsewhere { Valley weather BOISE - Northwesterly flow and building high pressure dominated Ihe weather at (he surface and aloft (his morning. This e f f e c t i v e l y blocked frontal systems arid moisture from entering the state. Mosl Idaho stations reported clear skies with Ihe exception of fog and low clouds in the Magic and upper Snake Kivcr valleys. A few isolated areas ol light snow also fell from the low clouds during (he night. Temperalures th ; s morning ran a few degrees warmer lhan Wednesday. O v e r n i g h t lows read moslly in the teens for the lower valleys of the state. High temperatures will be on a slow upward Irend. As Ihe cold air mass over (lie s t a l e moderates, a f t e r n o o n t e m - peratures will climb into the 20s and 30s. I d a h n is expected to return to more seasonable lemperalures by the weekend. The protective ridge will also remain over Ihe Inlermounlain West. This will help keep major wealher systems from entering the slate, but some moislure may spread over the area, causing som'e shower a c t i v i t i e s over the weekend. Dryer conditions will return by Monday. The sun will rise Friday al 7:15 a.m. and will set al G:38 p.m. Albany Albuquerque Atlanta Bakersfiold Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Caldsvcil Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas Denver DCS Moines Octroi! Eureka Fairbanks Fresno Helena Honolulu Indianapolis High Low 37 35 84 45 72 7.1 81 23 32 47 48 30 41) 7 79 73 Minneapolis Nil in pa New Orleans New York Nnrlh Pintle Oakland Oklahoma City Omahii Palm Springs I'asollobles Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Me. Portland, Ore. Reno Richmond, V;i. Si. Louis Salt Lake Cily San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Thermal Washington 20 10 Gl 3G 75 5:1 67 47 2fi 1(1 GO 38 51 46 **~ Save on all dishwashers, compactors, and disposers. Big savings on the dishwashers people say are the best. Every model and color on sale! Save on KltchenAld trash compactors. Plus satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days of purchase. F, M compactor bags with Ihe purchase of a KitchenAid compactor. Save on KIlchenAtd stainless steel disposers. They last long grind all food waste in a whispei and install in a snap. The only disposer with the Wham Jam Breaker. Clears jams at the touch ol a button Quarantine too late Bicentennial calendar s American kitchens ^Limited edition calendar illustrates Iwelve '^American kitchens from 1776 lo 1976 In full ' color. FREE (a S2.50 value) when you '\ come in and lot us demonstrate a KilchenAid dishwasher or compactor. VIOLA, W. Va. CUPI) - Dr. Kennelh M. Plummer of W. Va. Wesleyan College once reportedly said one of the things that impressed him aboul the Hare Krishna commune was its f i l t h . "That really s t r u c k Or. Plummer," recalled one of his fo rme r sludents, 18-year-old Debbie Hamlin. "He kepi saying he couldn't understand why Ihe health department didn't close the hooded pantcoat... denim-mite! '36 You'll bruve Ihe March winds beautifully in our sharpest of panicoats... Hooded, lo be surel Handsomely-detailed, treated lo shed waler, (oil chill winds. Zip front, lie bell, piaid hood and cuff accents. Washable cotlon-polyesler Denim Blue poplin, sizes 5-15. $36 Charge With Your Rusons Optional Payment Accounl Or Any Bankcard KARCHER MALL 466-3553 Ihe place down. They all looked and smelled like they needed a halh." This week, the West Virginia Health Department slapped a quarantine on Ihe 1,000-acre Iracl in Marshall County, fearing an outbreak of hepatitis. Leaders of Ihe cull now say Ihey want to upgrade the sanitation. For Plummer. Ihe cleanup is too late. He died Sunday al (lie West V i r g i n i a University Medical llospilal from hepatitis. Plummer had taken seven students to the commune last .Ian. 25 in a field Irip for a class studying Utopian and Christian communes. ELECTRIC 466-2468 Blvd. -- .\umpa LITTON * JENN-AIRE * WHIRLPOOL * AMANA Reamse we know irrigation like nobody knows irrigation. We'll be glad to give you all the technical assislance you need in planning your next irrigation system. First and foremost, lhat means complete irriga- lion systems. Systems you can count on. Systems thai are constantly being reviewed and improved. Systems that are under one roof so you don't have to travel billier and yon piecing together somethingthat might or might not water your crops. We can also provide you with every _ conceivable set vice, part ur replacement part you II ever need. So stop in and talk to us. We'll make you a little wiser about irrigation systems. And who knows maybe even a little weitei: All we think about is water. AUMAX IRRIGATION SYSTEMS \a, \ See your local authorized Alumax dealer at: Ames Irrigation Service 1504 Garrity Boulevard Nampa, Idaho 83651 (208) 466-8472

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