Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 13, 1967 · Page 15
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 15

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JANET BARTON of Dayton, Wash., 1966-61 Miss Rodeo i Washington, will be special guest al the Snake Hiver Stain! pede on its firs! two days, July 18 and 19, Stampede officials - announced today. Miss Barton, a freshman at Washington State University during the past school year, was chosen · tor the state honor for her state last September at Othello. June Construction Under Last Year's » NAMPA- Total construction trial obstruction for $1,115,146 authorized by building permits was 64.3 per cent behind last in Idaho during June 1961 wis June's. Alterations and repairs 33.3 per cent below June a year Waling $960,679 were 5!. 4 per ago, according to the Idaho con- «"' snort ° f ^e's * ^ ar 8 E°. struction report published by I«»Uy i( ras reported by tirst Security Bank of Idaho, V,H. Budell, First Security man- ft ^ ager, that total permits issued ''construction during June as in the Southwestern area which represented by building permits includes Boise and its surround. lii 29 leading cities and the ing unincorporated area, Nampa, three unincorporated areas sur- Caldwell, Payette, Emtnett. rounding Boise, Pocatello and Weiser, and Mountain Home num. Drivers Pay City Court Idaho Falls totaled $4,330,009 tereii 1,630 during the first six compared with $6,491,881 ayear months., of J987 with^a value of a'go, according to the report. 512,114,024. (·RCsfdiririal construction val- I» "anu* 156 permits valued.at u[ed ' at $2,253,384 was 62.0 $4,435,848 were issued In that Her cent above June's total a xm P** M . This included 28 war ago. Com mere ial and indus- dwelling unit permits for $420,----- 682. Other construction activity included commercial buildings for $3,543,090, and alterations and repairs totaling $472,076. The upsurge anticipated by , midsummer inhousing construe- I NAMPA-- Nampa Municipal r!onhas,asyet,notrnaterialired, Court records Wednesday although some increase hasbeen Slowed the following persons indicated, according to thebanks fined: . report. [ Thomas D. Hlbbs, 1206 S. "Higher costs of mortgage Kimball, Caldwell, speeding, $10 funds, beginning in June.Isagain and $5 costs; Delia W. Hogge, a slight deterrent factor in res- 216 Lone Star Rd., N'ampa, traf- idential housing construction. flc signal violation, $10 and $5 Mortgage rates declined rather costs; Donald D. Francke, Nampa steadily for (he first six months Route 6, traffic signal viola- c f tills year. But, with increased tion, $!0 and $5 costs; Edward demand for funds, (he conipe- plnehart, Nampa, improper (itlon for savings and invest- (·urnlng movement, $10 and $5 ment money began affecting ijossts, Rita C. Esson, Nampa mortgage Interest rates before Route 3, speeding $10 and $5 the middle of the year," said the costs; Jack L, Brack Nampt report. Route 1, speeding, $30 and $5 costs; James Bowman, Caldwell Route 4, failure to obey citation, 0 and $5 costs. '. Bonds were forfeited by the following: Patrick H. Bryant, Nitnpa McClure Opens Northern Office WASHINGTON, B.C.- Rep. James A. McClure, R-Idaho, an- floule 5, no muffler, $15; Nancy nounced today that he was open- p. Vogt, Nampa Route 4, (allure \ng a field office in Coeur d 1 to yield right of way, $30; Rick Alene, Idaho this week to better D. N'eff, 316W. Sheridan, Nampa, serve the northern counties of traffic signal violation, $15; Kent his district. fi. Yocum, 1916 Wyoming, Cald- McClure said the office would well, speeding, $15; Delbert L. be located In the Federal Court filler, Melba Route I, improper House, Rooms 305 and 306, in change of lanes, $25; Fred Davis downtown Coeur d'Alene. The of- Jr., 412 18th Ave. S., Nampa, flee will be staffed regularly by speeding, $25; Ronald M. Blak- Mrs. Wayne Johnson, who now ley, 1615 Dearborn St., Caldwell, lives in Wallace, Idaho, and speeding, $15; Richard G. Rea, James Goller, district assistant 109 17th Ave. S., Nampa, ba- to the Congressman, sic rule violation, $15; Gertrude "The First Congressional DIs- k Mesler, 83 Canyon, Nampa, trlct of Idaho is unique in that stop sign violation, $15; Shirley it Is one of the largest and most K. Henzler, Nampa, speeding, diversified in the United States," $15, j/ef/iner Lands Following Fire [ LOS ANGELES (l'Pl)-Flre broke out in the No. 3 engine of a Honolulu-bound Pan American 'Jetliner Wednesday but was extinguished and the McClure said in announcing the opening. " The district itself is more than 600 mties long by highway and contains a variety of economic interests and occupations." Nampa Insurance Official Returns _.. NAMPA -- Robert Tomish- ^lanewilh'lTpasseiigersaboard itna, acluary for Grange Mutual ;wade a sale landing al Los Life Company, returned toNam- Angeles International Airport, pa recently from a buslnesstrip j The plane, (light 811, left here to several Midwestern points. it 9:50 a.m. with 63 passengers Tomlshlma spent two days In *nd a crew of 11 aboard. Omaha, Neb., where he confer- t The fire broke out 10 to 15 red with Grange Mutual's con- Snlmites after takeoff and was suiting actuarial frlm on the extinguished by an automatic up-dating of certainGML actuary fire control system. functions. He also spent time The Boeing 101 was ordered in Kansas Clly and Denver, to dump raosl of Its fuel over ^here he visited the actuarial ihe ocean and then land at departments of three olher In- 'International Airport. surance companies. Idalio Free Press, Thursday. Jjly 13,1967-15 ·····MM TENDER AND TASTY CENTERS U. S. D. A. GOOD and CHOICE BAR8EQUE STEAKS CHUCK STYLE FROZEN FOODS NATURIPE STRAWBERRIES 100Z. PKG5, 23 BIRDSEYE COOL WHIP CREAM TOPPING COTTAGE BUTTS SLICED YOUNG BEEF LIVER DAVIS CAMPFIRE MINCED HAM BY THE CHUNK 79 39 39 tb. QUALITY PRODUCE C CHOICE VALENCIA JUICE PINT CUP ORANGES " 5 each FANCY NO. 1 THOMPSON SEEDLESS FANCY LOCAL LEAF LETTUCE AND AND ROMAINE 1 BUNCHES TREASURE VALLEY CHUNK CAMPBELL'S CHIX NOODLE TUNA SOU 4 NO. 1/2 TINS 6 NO. 1 TINS TREASURE VALLEY Ml IK 7 TALL TINS CRISCO SHORTENING 3-lb. Tin VO-5 HS1B VO-5 LEMON CREAM RINQF Ro ?- 5'00 RINSE SPECIAL! 69 89 INSTANT TEA 402. JAR *2- .*£ G-r-r-eat Flavor! T 49' PROCTOR fr GAMBLE VALUES Safeguard Soap, Regular Ban 2 35t Mr. Clean, Giant Bottle 73c Downy Rabric Softener, lOc off 34 01 77t Irory flakes, Uffe Package 39e Dreft, Giant Package 89C Joy Liquid, 22 ox. Bottle 65e Premium Dut, Giant Packago 87C Tide, Large Packae 37e Cheer, King Sim Package 1,43 DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIX SALE! DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES LAYER VARIETIES DUNCAN HINES 3/89 ANGEL FOOD MIX 160Z. PKG. C C NEW FROM NABISCO CHEESE SPREADS for Instanf Parties 2/99' LIBBY WHOLE DILL PICKLES Reg. and Kosher SUPREME ZHTA SALTINE 2Ib. CRACKERS . . . . B o x 59' HI-C GRANGE DRINK K L E E N E X FACIALS 200 2-Ply 2/59' KOTCX Pk?, o) 12 f». 4$' 52r.d AVE. MARKET w. Soufh LONE STAR MARKET 135 low Sloe Rood ROUDAVOOMAIHT

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