Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 7, 1967 · Page 3
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Nampa, Idaho
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Friday, July 7, 1967
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Sewer Project To Start NAMPA - Mayor Eruesl E Starr said Thursday that cor*, struclion on a major sewer extension and Improvement project will probably begin ibout July 20. The mayor met Thursday if- ternooQ with a representative of the Mitchell Construction Co. of Pocatello and Max Beesley of Salt Lake City, representative of the Department of Housing and Urban Development andwith City Engineer Joe Huckabee to review the project. The project, known as Local Improvement District No. 49-A, calk- for construction of lateral sewer lines to almost all areas of the city not now on a sewer line, the mayor said. Mitchell Construction Co. was verified as low bidder on the project in May. The bid was $862,395.28. ttGAt NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until: 2 p.m. July 17, 1961 for the following: REQ: T 594 -. 6437 - for TRAFFIC CONTROLLER for the DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS at BOISE, IDAHO. All bids will be publicly opened and read at (he above time and place. Forms stating conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent'sOffice. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent July 5, 6, 7, 1967 NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Stale Purchasing Agent . will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until: 9:00 A.M. July 14, 1967 for the following: REQS: IS 4008 - IS 4C09 PLUMBING SUPPLIES for the IDAHO STATE SCHOOL Si HOSPITAL at NAMPA, IDAHO All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and place. Forms stating conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from the Stale Purchasing Agent's Offtce. The Stale reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent July 5, 6, 7, 1967. PUBUC NOTICE OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENT DUE UNDER ASSESSMENT LEVIED BY VIRTUE OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.410FTHE CITY OF NAMPA, IDAHO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby certified, in pursuance to Section 50-2929 of the Idaho Code, that there is an annual installment payment due on or before August 2, 1967 on all property located within the confines and boundaries of Local Improvement Dlstrlcl No. 41 of Ihe City of Nampa, Idaho; which property has not paid In full the assessment under the said Local Improvement District No. 41. The time for payment of this 1967 Installment willbedue Aug- usl 2, 1967, and may be made on any day between the hours of 9:00 A . M . and 5:00 P.M. excepting Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays at ihe office of the City Treasurer, City Hall, Nampa, Idaho-where in the assessment rolls are now held. Payment of said annual installment shall close al 5:00 P.M. on the 22nd day of August, 1967. After the 22nd day of August, 1967 this 1967 installment payment will beconie delinquent and a Iwo (2%) per cent penalty will be added and bears in- teresl at Ihe rate of ten (10%) per cent per annum. dinances of and concerning said Local Improvemenl District No. 41 which are by reference ttiere- · to made a part hereof as though set forth in full herein. : HAZEL McCANDLESS, Treasurer City of Nampa, Idahu ; July 3, 5, 6, 7, fl, 1967 Your Opinion, Please Many Oppose Income Surtax ; By KEOIA ROSSMAN Question: What is your reaction to the 6 per cent surtax proposed by President Johnson and to the fatest estimate that such a tax might go as high as B per cent? H.J. BRUMBLE - Meridian Route 1: "My reaction to that is rather negative. H they would spend more money at home and less frying to end this (iff in Vietnam then we wouldn't need this. I think we should win in Vietnam, but there isn't any use horsing around as we have been doing." "I suppose E. C. BULLIS.819 1th Ave. S if the tax increase is necessary, then we'll have to have a tax increase. But it would seem to me that it would be better if our government would learn lo live within its income." FRANK HILLS, Caldwell Route 1: "How do I feel about it? I think it's a lot of baloney. If they would cut some of this federal spending down they wouldn't have to worry about an Increase in taxes." IVAN G. PATTERSON, Nampa: "I thiak taxes are high enough. Why not reduce government expenses. The war has to be supported, I suppose. It's hard to get out of it now. So let's reduce government expenses and not have a surtax. I feel they have too many employes in all government bureaus so there would be the first place to start." W.M. ROBINSON, 415 12th Ave. N.: "1 think it would be belter to slop up those loopholes first where our money is leaking out. Of course, if President Johnson has to have the money I guess we will have a surtax or some kind of a tax." DAVID HUNTER, 404 8th St. N.: "Well, I'm against Vietnam myself so wouldn't like raising more money for it. It's hard enough to get through college and etc. without an extra drain on the budget. iAs r for Vietnam, I'd like-to seeitbvfer with. It's a good cause, but, costing us a lot'and the United Slates hasn't got enough (a pay for it." DENNIS CARTWRIGHT, Nampa Route 1: "t think I would be against it on the basis H is too general a tax, and should be more specific Hems. I'm either for getting in or out of Vietnam and getting it done. I'm draft age and If and when I go over tliero 1 would like to know what I'm doing and why." JERRY JENKINS, Nampa Route 1: "It's going to be a rough apple to swallow. 1 feel definitely i! we could use cur capital in peaceful manners instead of In the Vietnam fiasco our tax situation would be better as well as our standard ot living." MHS. WAYNE FAIRCHILD, 608 15lh Ave. N.: "I don't Ihink too much of it myself. It's fine for the war in Vietnam, but I feel there are places lo cut spending and use it instead of taking more taxes." · Stampede Queen Hopefuls Idaho Free Press, Friday. July 1,1967-3 Around About The NAMPA Area RELIEF CORPS - The district meeting of the Women's Relief Corps will be held at noon, July 10, in the city park in Welser. Members are urged to attend and bring their own table service. Sunday" July 9, at Big Bear Camp. Potluck dinner will be served Saturday and luncheon Sunday. Breakfici will be cooked by the Grange. RUMMAGE SALE - Church of God will hold a rummage sale FOUND- A child's football, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday dark brown in color, has been and Saturday at 904 Sixth St. N. found in Lakeview Park. The owner may obtain it by contacting Mrs. LaVelle Carter, phone466- 1311 or 692-5101. GO TO CHURCH - Southside DEBI HARTS, 17, Narnpa, has been selected by the I.O.N. Appaloosa Club as its entry in the Snake River Stampede queen contest. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Marts. VICK1 RICHARDSON, 16, Boise, will be representing the Western Riding Club in her bid to reign as queen, Vicki is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Richardson. Grange will hold "Go to Church Symphony Concert Set NAMPA ~ The third in the series of six Nampa summer symphony concerts will be presented at 8:SOp.m.todayatLake- view Park under the direction of Earle McKeever, music supervisor of Nampa public schools. Tonight's program Includes CARD PARTY - Eagles will hold a card party at 8 p.m. Saturday at the hall, prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. The public is invited. FISH FRY - Any member of Union Pacific Old Timers Club No. 14 planning to attend the annual fish fry of Union Pacific Old Timers Club No. 25 at Glenns Ferry, 6 p.m. Saturday July 15, are asked to call 4664716 for information no later than Wednesday July 12. Five Building Permits Issued NAMPA - The City Inspeo Building Permit Total Shows Slight Decline Fine Suspended NAMPA - The total value of building permits issued by the City Inspector's office during June this year was downslightly from the same mon»h a year ago, R.J. Huckabee, city engineer, reported. The June, 1967, figure is $416, 092, compared to $417,173 for the same month in 1966. Fees coUected in June, 1961, amounted to $1,052. Permits covered seven new residences; 16 remodeling of residences; one new business; six business remodelings; four Nampa Student Earns Award NAMPA-- Dorotha G. Hunt, 1515 7th St. S., Nampa, charged with failure to yield right of way to a police car leading a garages and carports and one funeral procession, was fined concrete construction. $10, suspended, and $5 costs Included in the total for fees ,,, N ampa Municipal Court, rec- was $5 worth of right of way or d s Sn0 w. permits. Capriccio by Viualdi, Overture tor's office has issued building In D Major by Schubert, Pro- permits to the following: Bob metheus by Beethoven, Flnlandia Myers, erect new home at 227 by Sibeiios, Polka by Shostako- "o"and Dr.. $24,120; Luekenga vltch, Excerpt from Romantic Construction Co., remodel and build addition to garage at 1503 1th St. N., $2,000; Waller Sheets, remodel garage at 404 Garland, $300; P.H. Becktold, build ad- Symphony by Hanson and Exodus by Gold. Remaining concerts in the series will be Friday, July 14, at Lakeview Park; Monday, July 17, at Bulldog Bowl; and Friday, July 21, at Science Lecture Hall of Northwest Nazarene College. dltlon to storage shed at 119 1st St. N., $100; Melvin W. Wilson, 219 Smith Ave., build garage and honeyhouse, $2,496. Peace Corps Tests Slated NAMPA -- Nampa area residents interested in helping the people of developing nations to help themselves are invited to take the Peace Corps Placement Test at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, July 15 at Room 109 of the new Post Office building, 170 S. 13th St., Boise, The test measures generalap- titude and the ability to learn a foreign language, not education or achievement. Application forms are available from local post offices or from the Peace Corps in Washington, B.C. 20525. Persons interested in serving in'he Peace Corps must fill out an application and present it before taking the.test... . .· YOU'lt BE AMAZED nl "the splendid values in GOOD used cars MOSCOW - Betty Rose, i clarinet player from Nampa, has been named the most inspirational student at the two-week high school summer music camp at the University of Idaho. The top award was presented to herat the. final concertby Prof. Hall M. Macklin, head of the'de- partment of music at the university. Miss Rose was chosen as the advertised TODAY in the Classified most inspirational student by a Section. Turn bock now. vote of camp students on the ba- t0^f^0^f^£^f^4 sis of friendliness, helpfulness and general inspirational qualities, Court Suspends Two Sentences NAMPA -- Two persons were given suspended 10-day Jail sentences in Nampa Municipal Court Thursday after appearing on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Police said the charge was filed against Juan D. Reynoso of the Franklin Labor Camp and Karon Lopez, 40818lh Ave. N. They were arrested in the company of four Juveniles, two of whom had been drinking, according to police, who said the juveniles were charged with curfew violation. dmstm announces % opening of % completely ^jontestcab Dinner 1D1 ^Cnkc ^Gofocll (Acmte, Jvit (;jii»i pitsi of tl[t ^rnior JHigrj ^onl) Specializing in flnficrsome, quality) funbs in a relaxing atm08pl]tre for families, groups artb organizations. : 1:30 a.m. io 2:3U p.m. 5:30 p.m. to 9:3tl p.m. ^unoag« i|no fiohaitffl , i2;00'jNoania 8':h(! p.m. NOW OPEN JOIN THE CROWDS ON FRIDAY SATURDAY NIGHTS and "SING-ALONG With Two Fines Imposed For Drunkenness NAMPA- Frod Hyatt Wellington, 55, of Shelley, pleaded guilty to a drunk Charge and was fined $25 and' $5 costs. Evert Warner, 48, of Indiana, pleaded guilty to a drunkcharge and was fined $20 and $5 costs. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 lo place your classified ad. It's fast, easy economical. NOW SHOWING FIRST RUN- ' WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! 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