Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 6, 1976 · Page 3
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Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, March 6, 1976
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Northwest Nazarene C 11 watpr cafAi. · ^ u i i v n i ««. saiety instructors before c e r t i f i c a t e s reauthorized For more in " Red Cross contacted at ^2,7 SINGLE ADULTS - The S'«8le Adults tnler ! denominational Sunday School U a «willhaveaget-acquainted meeting a( 9 a . m Sund t North's Chuckwagon with a Bible study to follow. The class will dismiss in time for participants to attend the church of their choice. For information .call 166-3-125. R E C O V E R Y , INC. Recovery, Inc., will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the Community Center. I| is a community service and self-help program international inscope, dedicated to serving nervous people and former mental patients. For more information call 4G6-C361. S I N G L E S CLUB - The Treasure Valley Singles Club Inc. will have a dance at the Mardi Gras in Boise from 9 p.m. to midnight Wednesday and Sunday nighls. All singles are welcome. TOPS NO. 28 - TOPS Club No. 2S will meet Monday at the First Christian Church. Woigh- m will he from 6:15 lo 7 p.m. ^^^^TM"""*^TM^~ with the meeting from 7 to 8 p.m Those with weight problems, including men, are welcome. For information contact Kathy Taylor, 467-1333, or Jeanetle Hawley. -167-2-I54. ALTERING A P A T T E R N - A free afternoon sewing workshop will be given on "Altering a Pattern" at the Mclba Baptist Church,Tuesday. March 9, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. No pre- regislration is necessary. Those attending are asked i.o brin# scissors, ruler and Scotch tape. The course will be taught by Beverly Montgomery and Oaylene Petersen. Canyon C o u n t y extension ho'mi economists. PAST NOBLE GRANDS - Rebeknhs Past Noble Grands will meet at the home of Grace Belts, Cherry l.ane Mobile Home Parlt, space 37, Meridian, Tuesday, March 9, for a 1 p.m. luncheon. A business meeting will follow. MERIDIAN SCOOTS - Scout Troop No. 1 of Meridian will hold its annual charter party at 7 p.m. Monday at the American Legion Hall. The troop will furnish chili at $1 per plate and tickets will be available at the door. Program w i l l include music, a film on scouting, and talk by district scout executive. Doug Boivcn, and other troop activities. GARDEN' CLUB MEETS Nampa Garden Club will meet Monday evening at 8 at the home of Mrs. Donald Smock. 420 Lone Star Road. MELDA B I C E N T E N N I A L COMMISSION - Arthur Hart, director ol Die Idaho Historical Society, will speak al the March meeting of the Mclba Bicentennial Commission Thursday. March I l . a l 8 p . r o . al Milter's Butte Grange Hall. His program will include slides and commentary and Ihe public is invited. FREE TERRIER -- Owners moving and must find home for their little male terrier Call 4663795. SKI BUS - A ski bus will leave f r o m the C o m m u n i t y Ccntev for Bogus Basin al 8 a.m. Monday. March 8. Cost is 12.50 round trip. A A R P MEET IN KUNA N a l i o n a l members of the American Association of Retired Persons ( A A R P ) living in the Kuna area, and all others age 55 or over, are welcome lo attend a meeting in Kuna in the basement of t h e M e t h o d i s t Church. .Monday, March 8. at 2 p.m. Final steps towards organization of a local AAliP Chapter will be acted on. Refreshments will be served. GOOD SAMS - Gem Sprouts Chapter of Nampa will hold its regular meeting .Monday at 7 p.m. in the Wilkins Recreation Center, 1703 Third Street N. Games will be played a f t e r the meeting. Persons attending are asked to bring n white elephant and snack food. CENTURY CLUB MEETS The Woman's Century Club will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. in Hie club house. Mrs. Aird, District 2 presidenl. will speak on "Feder-Ti.ion." The board will meet al I2M5 p.m. The Idaho Free Press, Saturday, March 6, Prices Effective SUN.-MON. TUES.-HED. House seat sought MERIDIAN-JamesV. Potter has announced his candidacy for state representative. Potter will vie for the House seat presently held by Lyman Winchester. District 19, which encompasses Meridian, Kuna, Eagle, Star, the surroundings areas and all of Owyhee County. Potter was raised in the Boise Valley, attended LaSierra College in California and is a registered land surveyor in Idaho. Nevada, Montana and Washington. He is tlie secretary- i r e a s u r o r and vice- president elect f o r . t h e Idaho Association of Land Surveyors, a member of (he American Congress on Surveying and M a p p i n g , Idaho Society of Professional Engineers and National Society of Professional Engineers and the Pacific N o r t h w e s t W a t e r w a y s Association. He is currently active in the Ilighline Slar Grange, [or which is he past overseer and chaplin. He also has participated in the Meridian Elementary PTA, having been presidenl of that organization. Potter and his wife, Joann, formerly Jnann Zimmerman of Nampa, liave seven children. Thev reside at 5600 W. Franklin Road, Meridian, on a 16 acre m i n i - f a r m . Puller is a member of the firm of Tudor Engineering Company as business develop- mcnl manager and grsiitsrnan. Through this avenue he has assisted numerous Idaho communities, including K'.ma. Grand View and Bruneau in requests for slate and federal James V. Potter assistance, and for low interest loans for municipal projects. Potter snid his foremosl purpose in seeking Ihis post il lo "return integrity !o the office by establishing and rmiintainmg an open line of communication with residents of Owyhee and Ada counties, so that 1 might accurately represent (heir views. I am dedicated to Ihe purpose of shaping a belter future (or all Idaho, and believe that more effective communication ami thorough research. of pending legislation is necessary to prevent the passage of poorly ' written and technically inaccurate bills." I'oltcr said other issues which concern him include the "reapportionmen! of (axes earmarked for education to assure equal educational opportunities for all of Idaho's . . young people: amending the , state constitution (o provide for variable assessment rates on ,_ real property, thereby relieving ·'j Ihe tax burden on Idaho's far- ,» mers and wage earners: t l l i m i t i n g Hie use of Idaho's ex* t p c n d a b l e resources anrl ^ r e s t r i c t i n g the use of our i r e n e w a b l e resources to Ihe actual rate of replenishment." Nampans report stolen radios NAMPA - Two CB radios were reported slolen by Nam- pans Friday, according lo police reports. DaleRohnerl, Ifa Meffan.told police that his Ely-Gain brand 23- channcl CB radio was taken from his locked pickup while it was parked in from of Treasure Valley Insurance on the Cnlrt- well Boulevard. The radio was valued al $350. A Coronado brand CB was reported missing from a car belonging lo Ihe son of James Dalgelly. 2007 A m i t y . Dnlgelty told police thai the 5250 radio was taken while his son's car was parked at his home Thursday n i g h t . The theft nf an orange Huffy brand 27-inch. 10-speed boys bicycle was reported by Dan Klcmpt, 26' · 21sl St. S. The missing bike was valued a( S75. Two Nampans were cited for failure to yield in separate accidents. Dcbra K. Weisser, 20. 1 Nampa Route 7, received one of the citations following a collision at the corner of Fourth Street and 20th Avenue South. The Rotary alters meeting site NAMPA - The N a m p a Rotary club luncheon meetings will be held at Ihe Thoroughbred Restaurant al Karcher Mall commencing Tuesday. March 9, The change of location, according to Dr. Hoberl Hunsaker, president o( the club, was made necessary because of !he recent purchase of the former meeting place, the Chief Banquet Room. by Floyd Blamires. The Chief Banqucl room is being remodeled and will nol ac- comodaK? service club l u n - cheons. driver of (ho second car was Patrick S. Stewart. 27. Nampa Route 3, who reported $700 damage to his car. Weisser'scar sustained $250 damage. Marvin W. Maggard Jr., 24. 823 Amity, received Ihe second non-yielding citation after a collision with a car driven by Randy 0. Foreman, 21,111913tb Ave. S., at Ihe exit of Northwest Nazarene College's circle drive onlo Holly. Damage was listed at $50 to Foreman's car and $150 lo Maggard's. A collision on Highway 30 in fronl of Karcher Mall netted F,mma L. Grnnrfan!. 66, 1817 -ilh SI. N., a citalion for following too close. Her car sustained $500 damage, while one driven by Eddie D. Sparks. 29. Nampa Route 3, received $350 damage. One other cilalion was given to EdwardR. Boinski. 61,1720 E. Lincoln, after a collision near Ninth Avenue and Second Street South. He was cited for an unsafe stari from a parked position and damage lo his car was listed at $125, Damage to the second car. driven by Genevieve C o r n e l i s o n , 50. 2717 College Ave.. Caldwell, was reported as S75. "EVENING SPECIMS" Mon -SEW YORX STFAK * r * r 1»0i $3.ZD Tuts -T.BCNE S'«v HOi 7dURS · PPIUfRB fRI - RAi'iBOW inOUT 107 .. S A T . -OELMON.CO STEAK A110 i.n: 'utiec: Seop. Sj $5.25 $4.50 $4.75 $3.75 SUNDAY PAN FRIED CHICKEN hclud«i S^-id ^95 3J' NAMPA CHIEF RESTAURANT LOUNGE SUNDAY DINNER 12 NOON TO 4 P.M. · DEEP FRIED SHRIMP · FRIEDCHICKEN ·APPLEPIE ALL FOR ONLY Prices Includes Dessert Driflk Extra DENNY'S Une-A-Diner 11923-2nd St. S. Nampa 466-98241 "AtflttH TaBtA Com(Wim»nUr|r 61111!" ^MW^¥^p vVY/Y'v/'v-jW-y-- Sunday ^~r\^« Each Consumers Mkt. Will Give Away 3-3-lb. Cans of Folger's Coffee 42 Very happy people received prices at Consumer's Markets last week. Register every time you are in either Consumer's Mkt. You may be the next winner, Large . Monday Each Consumer's Mkl. Will Give Away 3 Cases of 16 Oz. 7up You will be charged for botlledeposii ^ Tuesday 3j[. 6 Lucky People Will /, jj!p Receive 2-Half Gallon * § Alpine Ice Cream 3 Prizes At Each r;. ; Consumer's Mkt. ·*i"f * ' fc A A A A A A A » i i ,, ffe ' 1 1 1 1 1 T 1 ' Wednesday 8 Lucky People Will Receive 12 Rolls NJce-N-Soft Toilet Tissue 3 Prizes At Each Consumer's Mkt. Winners names are posted daily. Be sure and check the bulletin board everytime you are in either Consumer's Mkt. Sliced LB. 79° Bulk Pack Link Sausage Consumer's Large Grade AA Eggs D OZ . Treasure Valley £«fl A A SLBS. Margarine Western Family M i l k 2 0 % Gal. Gallon Homo. S1.64 Betty Crocker Tuna Helper Sweet Rolls 6 For Ke//ogg's Pop Tarts Premium Cracker's Del Monte Tuna Treasure Valley Apricots 290z. Zee Nice 'N Soft Toilet Tissue .LB, Oz. CURITY, SUPER SOFT PUFFS for cosmetic uses home uses · baby care 260 Count Pkg. Thursday 6 Lucky People Will Receive 6-29-Oz. Cans of Rosedale Pears 3 At Each Consumer's Mkt. ""V"' 4 Rolls Pkg. bix( Banquet Meat Pies s oz Banquet Cream Pies 14 Oz. Oil MARKETS 1 1 6 - 1 4 t h AVE SO - 1 2 4 CALDWELL BLVD Friday 6 Lucky People Will Receive 25LBS. Gold Medal Flour 3 At Each Consumer's Mkt. Saturday 6 Lucky People Will Receive 2LBS.ofHoraels Range Brand Bacon 3aU)dit«4siintf'sM!rt. Handy Andy Chore Gloves

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