Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 12, 1967 · Page 12
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 12

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, July 12, 1967
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Mrtto Free Press, Wednesday, July 12,1967 - 12 UNOFFICIAL TREASURE VALLEY circuit champions of the Little Britches rodeo loop line up as the area's representatives for the National Finals it Littleton, Colo., Aug. 14-21. From left are Rod Endicott, Mid- dlflton, senior boys; Wayne Hamlin, Sparks, 'Nev., junior boys; Jean Baker, Kampa, jm- . ior girls; and Karen Crowder, Boise, senior girls. (Staff Photos) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF LETTING UNIFORMITY REQUIRED Gem Highways Surveyed! For Control Features 9-manHighwayv-way wittiin ^.communities, -j.^.of the^sJate.^r^jKrecentyears | Js-.busy .'during iii,\Signs, cigwlv.^pivenienUltie 'locil 'u'nH'fShare of thasV ctlng a'traffic-;!i)ar!cli)gs,'"and::o!her-'safety de-- funds has amounted to about control'arid rbway inventory on vices are being catalogued to $1.8 million annually. Any de- approximately 865 miles of High- conform to (he recent Highway crease, such as the 10 percent Safely Act enacted by the Con- penalty, of these hinds would gross In 1966 which requires work a severe hardship on many that all states have a fully com- projects eligible for federal aid. prehensive highway safety pro- Uniformity of traffic control Sealed proposals win be re- gram, The program includes devices throughout the state conceived by me Idaho Bnard^of uniforniily on traffic control de- vey instant messages to the fast of Idaho oniv at the oftice ot ^Icos along with many other safe- moving modem traffic, engi- (he Department of Highways, ty provisions. neers pointed out. Uniformity 3Sii west state street, Boise, Failure of the states to meet helps the police andthe courts by Idaho, until two o'clock P.M., the safety program standards set eliminating questions abitt the P "f * e re 2 c 5 onstr*u U* ""ute" "a"' f ° rtfl '" thiS Mt *'" KSUlt '" blter P rela(ic " 1 °f contro1 !»«*· eutie/and ""piantmt^piv"- tl011 '" the federal aid for road It has been estimatedbyhlghly nient on 0.078 mile of Third and street Improvements which qualified traffic safety authori- . street So. in Nampa, known the state receives. ties that complete uniformity -- v,·JfMsi Pr0le0t N °' STS " tec. 31, 1968, Is the date on when properly installed a n d in canyon county which all traffic control devices maintained - could result in Proposals must be prepared must conform to uniform stand- saving up to 2,000 lives a year and submitted in accordance with ards in all of the counties and throughout the United States. the requirements ot Section 102 communities of Idaho and the - Proposal Requirements and nation. ft I . Roams City OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI"Honey, 1 hate to tell you this, but there's an elephant in our I carport," said wide-eyed Ray Hoover. '1 know, dear," Mrs. Hoover j replied calmly. "Isawthe tracks in the front yard," I , m aiso oe included in this survey TMf prime example o f f an amount notiess thanfivepcr- to enable traffic engineers to f e TM . e }°® c mark «l toe cent of the total amount of the analyze future improvements to ^Binning of the end for across-1 proposal. This guaranty must ^ dtohway system ' osrn J aun ' ^ K be in the form of a certified I( js very [nlpor ' {ant (fljt al] year-old Indian elephant who payable to the Department of cognize the importance and ab- fee ' at ^6 shoulder. Highs-ays, or a bidder's bond, solute tw^ssicy O f their traffic Somebody cut Kiroi's cage g Conditions of the Idaho Stand- in- Plans, specifications, form of contract, proposal forms, and other, information may be obtained at the office of the Department of Highways, Boise, Idaho. A charge of Five Dollars ($5.00) will be made for each set of plans, payment to be made by check, payable to Ihe Department of Highways, State of Idaho. The right Is reserved to re- fect all proposals, or to accept the proposal or proposals deemed best for the State of Idaho. and cost which will be required to comply with federal and state laws. The results of Ihe inventory will be run through ; listing of all slate facilities for future analysis and will provide the necessary information to develop a new and improved accident surveillance system In an attempt to save lives on Idaho highways. Pavement types and widths, alignment, approach locations, and other design features will also be included In this survey to enable traffic engineers to analyze future improvements to our highway system. eral funds. The successful bid- way officials said. der on projects Involving fed- Under existing policies, one- half of the annual federal appor- eral funds shall obtain such 107.03 of he Idaho standard Specifications, edition of 1DS7. The Contractor will be required to pay not less !han the minimum wage rates on Form 3P-L- 1 i 5 In the advertised made available to the counties IEGAI NOTICE NOTICE TO DIDDERS The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 CU S.C. A. Title 29, Pars. 201-219, Chap. 8) shall apply in (he employment of labor for (Ms . protect ; It is 'he purpose of the Board · of Highway Directors to build the Improvement in Ihe shortest time consistent with good · ffaiurnftlnn Noce^sarv eoulo- cowlruction. Necessary equip ' Zl H beii sled ur^n DaTcd 5 July 1557. E L MATEif.-i i 1 ··-. Slate Highway Englr.eer ·Jvl» 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, W. « . u . « O'«ce,noorn 205 Stale House, Boise, Idaho until: 11:00 A.M. Jul V *. l967 '" *« «ollowln B : R »i: Various BOND PAPEK (or t ho Various Departments at De f 1l f"^ d P'«« S ' . ,,, , *" blds w l ' be publicly owned and read at the above "m? and P'«e. Forms statin* conditions must be secured before blddinj. These are available from the Purchasing Agent's office ^ **» reserves'the right to i-J"-i any or .ill hid-.. T r i ) i:tt,\.\!i j( ^^ Purchasing Agent July 11, 12, 13, 1067 try although the motive for such a heist is obscure. Kimi is worth $5,000 but the market for stolen elephants is small. Kimi ignored her kidnaper and trolled off into the predawn darkness. A motorist called a few hours later to report "an elephant chasing two men down Golf Links Road." Police noted that descriptive details were few because "the reporting party was kind of shocked." Kimi finally turned up in the Hoover carport and reached out, | a trunk in friendship when Hoover went oat to drive to work. Zoo officials were summoned lo take Klml home. 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