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Waho Free Press. Saturday. Julv 15,19G7-8 PHONE 466-7801 or 459-4664 lo place your classified ad. It's fast, easy Si economical. LfGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL LEGAL NOTICE The Trustees of Seism School District 138, will receive sealed bids mailed ti ttlc address of Mrs. John wiiieriian, secretary, Route 3, Box 242, Nampa, Canyon Counly until 8 p.m. August 14, 1967, In be opened at B:30 In the Probate Court of County of Canyon, SUle of Idaho the In the Matter of the Estate of MAE R. PETERSON, Deceased, Pursuant to an order of the Ju^ge of said Court, made on ibe 23rd day of June, I9«7, no- lice is hereby gl»n th»l Wed. nesday, Ihe !9th day of July, 1967, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, al Uie Courl Room of said Court, at the Courthouse in Caldwell, County of Canyon, State of Idaho, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Mae R. Peterson, deceased, and for hearing the application of Lloyd H, Peterson for the Issuance lo him of letters testamentary, when and where any person interested may appear andcontest the same. Dated this 27th day of June, 1961. LLOYD C. MeCUNTlCK Probate Judge. July 1, 8, 15, 1967. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids al his District; for Die Seism School Dislrict requirements for diesel furnace oil for the months, September through May, 1967-68: Canyon County. July 15 22 29 1967 ' ' ' LOOKING OVER the many giitsawaitingthel9GBSnake River Stampede Queen, to be selected on Ibe rodeo's final night July 22, are rodeo office secretaries Mrs. Maiva Lindgren and Carolyn Keithly. The Rifts, on display in the window of Margaret Annon's on 12th Ave. S., are donated by some 20 local businesses. The Stampede queen selected this year lo reign al next year's rodeo activities will succeed Yo Wilhite, 1957 queen. Judge Suspends Many Gifts Await Jail Sentences New Stampe de Queen NAMPA -- T w o Sampans found guilty of disturbing Ihe NAMPA -- A vast variety of peace were given IMay sus- guts awaits the 1968Snake River frame, Chapin Photo; gift certificate for boots, Hap-Bill Stock- (FREE PHESS PHOTO) BUSINESS NEWS Direct Selling Meeting Slated NAMPA -- S o m e practical direct selling will be Detours Predict Highways BOISE - Although Ihe nation's highways have broken out with a rash of "Slow -- Construction Ahead" signs to indicate a far smoother tomorrow for the mooring vacationist, there will actually be (ewer delours and delays this summer than in those past, according to Idaho Department of Highways officials. More sections of the vast 41,- OOfl-mile interstate highway system are being completed; in fact, nearly 24,000 miles are now open to traffic, and construction is under way on another 6,000 miles. Only about 4 per cent has not yet advanced beyond preliminary status, and the program has about six more years to go. Although the pace of roadbuild- ing has increased, delours and construction work havebeenless of a problem to cross-country motorists in ihe last few years. Most of today's new highways follow routes often miles away from the roads they are replacing, and many iwc-lano highways in Idaho are being expanded to four lanes. Detours are far less frustra- BO'I^' ting than (hey used to be in the @ 2:00 p.m. tor the following: days of dust-choked or muddy, fierj: 20 - window Air Con- rul-filled country roads. But diiionei-s for ihe Public Works they are still very mucli with y" sp ^ e '^ at 5M Ktatf us - All bids will be publicly open- In its efforts to assist the e d and read at l-i above lime motorists, the Idaho Department and place. of Highways, in cooperation with Foncs staling conditions Federal Agencies Slate authori- must be secured before bidding, and where any person interested tip.; anrl hiphwiv r-nntraotnrq Thtse are available f r o m lho may appear and contest the lies ana nignway contractors, Sla(e Pl;! .cnasing Agent's office. same follows a comprehensive pro- The State reserves the right gram designed to minimize to reject any or all bids, problems al highway construe- TKD CRAMER tion sites. Stringent measures Ju , l3S \^ KF "^ : ' si " s Aeenl to insure safely are carried out y ' ' ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS File No. 12793 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OK TIME AND PLACE [ APPOINTED I-OH PROVING i W I L L ; Hie No. 12B16 ' In the Probate Courl of the County of Canyon, Stale ot Idaho In Ihe Matter of the Estate of Deceased. Pursuant to an order of Uus ay, - dee of said Court, .made on ithe (1) approximately 6,000 gal- 26th day of June, 967, notice is Ions of diesel furnace oil more hereby given that Monday, U,e or less lo be delivered to Die 17U day of July, 1967, al en Seism school. o^K A.M.. of said d ay at he The board of Trustees re- Court Room of said Couri.atthe serves the right to reject any Counly Court House mCaldwell, or all bids or parts thereof. County of Canyon, Mate of Idaho, Dated this l l l h day of July, has been appointed as the time )967 and place far proving the Willof MRS. JOHN wlTTEMAN.secy said Chester E. Lebermann.de- Sci-,m Board of Trustees ceased and for hearing the apjili- , Seism School Dislrict, 138 cation of V H. Bude 1 for the «* !o hirn ot ellers TesU NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF TIME A P P O I N T E D FOR PROVING W I L L , F.TC. File No. 12810 In the Probate Courl of the County "f Canyon, Stale of Idaho In the Matter of the Estate of H U B Y C. SMITH, Deceased. Pursuant to an order of the Judge of said Court, made on the 22nd day of June, 1967, notice is hereby given thai Monday the 17th day of July, 1967, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of said day, at the Court Roor^ of said court, al 103 Soulh Sevenlh Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho, has been appoinled as the time and place fur proving the Will and Codicil thereto of said Ruby C. Smith, deceased, and for hearing Ihe application of Jasun C. Smith for the issuance l o h i m ot letters testamentary, when Dated June 22, 1967 LLOYD C. McCLINTICK Clerk July 1, 8, 15, 1967 aineatary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated June 26, 1967 LLOYD C. McCLINTICK Clerk RICHARD L. R1ORDAN Attorney for Petitioner Hesidi al . N a , daho } . ^ fl 15 )967 Court. Jim p. , - - m r s e n g w jail Jerms in Municipal stampede Queen, to be namedon man's Supply; twosleak dinners, presented by Charles and Jean- inal night of Hie annual Homestead; $10 gift certificate, e tle Crecelius Margaret Annon; blouse, Tempo calif., who of Monrovia, speak at the on all projects. Safety is not the only concern, according to a statement from Vic N. Richardson, Department of Highways Construction engineer. In 'he "When the motorist is unnecessarily inconvenienced or subjected to hazardous condi- ·SUMMONS Civil No. 19502 In the Probate Court of the County of Canyon, Slate o. f Idaho Matter of the Estate of KATIIERINE F. CUTLER, Deceased. Route 5 i d D e e A m a u , a . , wo w spea a e - « uce * hereby gwon by , no IB 71 R Rrv,7 i si R^ competition before the Stampede Store; Western moccasins, J.C. Provident Federal Savings and (ions, his esteem for the highway undersigned Administrator of wL l£Zn LLJ , S, Cr ^ S l ...... ...... - . . . . . . ,, B « F^ey C o , t w o steak dirmers, Loan communjty r0 om Monday industry drops drastically. A s * TM were placed on probation six months. 18, 203 Al- charged 1 peace, was foujid Innocent. Fines Imposed For Violations Ite Ihe to' The winner will succeed 1967 Stampede Queen Yo Wllhite. The gifts arelistedasfollows: Queen's liara, from Beta Sig' ma Phi; bouquet.of. rose's, pa Floral; engraved silver buckle, Nampa Saddle, and Canvas; parade suit, Purcell's; engraved silver trophy bowl, Hamilton's; Western hand knit wool NAMPA -- Michael E. Hash, sweater, Lloyd's Country Store; 55 Ord Blvd., Nainpa, pleaded $25 gift c e r t i f i c a t e , guilty in Municipal Court to a Brookover's; Western hat, Nam- speeding charge and was fined pa Drug. $10 and |5 court costs. Also a hand tooled Western George P. TollefsOD, 512 8th purse, Schrnlll's Shoe Service; Si, N., Nampa, was fined $25, 8 by 10 color portrait in walnut $10 suspended, and $5 costs on "~"~~~~~"~~~"~-----a charge of failure to yield right TUaf t a f Tjra of wiv ireii wi i nc Nets $100 Fine NAMPA -- Manuel Navarro, 25, of 2U 19th Ave. N., Nainpa, charged with petit larceny in connection with the theft of a lire July 12 from Ihe Sinclair Service Station at 1523 2nd SI. S., pleaded guilty In Municipal Courl and was fined $100 and $5 court costs, records showed Friday. Paul's Pizza; wrangler pants,' Merc Department Store; blouse, I*l» Department Store; West An admittance fee of $1 will be charged, with all proceeds Trials for Two Slated July 26 NAMPA - Trials of Daniel R. Slrauchon, 27, of 408 IBthAve. N., and Louie J. Florcs, 23, of 815 2nd St. N., both charged widi disturbing Ihe peace, are scheduled to be held July 26 In Nampa MunlcipalCourt, records showed Friday. Pioneer Day MKlflDIAK -- Pioneer D a y will be celebraledSaturday,July 22 by lite Iwo Meridian wards of Ihe LDS church, commemorating the arrival of pioneers into Salt Lake Valley and Iheir trek west. It will be an all-day affair. Clyde Taylor will be general chairman ot this year's local events. The progwni will begin with a chuck wagon breakfast at 6:30 a.m. at the church grounds. A parade through the residential area of Ihe city will feature several floats depicting the Irek a result, it is thai much harder to win public approval for yet another new highway project, exhibit them with the necessary four months iicalibn of this Crecelius, recently elected fo said'Richardson; '"We'heirv'SSry TM l |^ the Amway Distributor Assni We, if any, complaints'ab'out ruurdan, Attorney at Law, 312- board of directors, is regarded paying '«els 'ax. This is de- 13th Ave. So. at Nampa, County In Ihe District Court of the Seventh Judicial Dislrict of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Canyon OAKLAND K. HOUSLEY Plaintiff, vs. NAOMI M A R I E HOUSLEY Defendant. , . . . . ....._ ........... ._ . Beta Sig- ern straw hat, Bullrev'Sj Iwo going to the SamaritanCommun- "Today's average motorist ex- vouchers, within evNam- .dinners, Karrhony.Cafe. - ity Hospital furui ' · ' peel niore and betterhighwa'is," ar(crl " p rirst " ublil Silver ... ,jj _ . _ ; r./,.«n,.n rann nii., n i n «»«rf n 'daiiVRirh-inteniv '"Wb'liPi'rVilVv notice, to the said A NOTICE OK SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE File No. 12780 In the Probate Court of Canyon County, State of Idaho In the Matter of Hie Estate of ELIZA H. BRIMBERRY, deceased. NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of an Order of the above entitled Courl, made and entered on thi 12th day of July, 1967, tte undersigned, Executor of Ihe estate of Eliza II. Brimberry, deceased, will sell, subject toconfirmalion by the Probate Court, Canyon Counly, Idaho, at private sale lo the highest and best bidder, on or after Monday,the 31st day of July, 1967, at Ihe hour of 10:00 A.M., Mountain Daylight Saving Time of said day, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said decedent in and to the following described real property, situated in the Crunty of Canyon, State of Idaho, lo-wit: The Northeast Quarter O'E 1/4) ol the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Thirty- five (35) Township One (1) North, Range Two (2) West of the Boise Meridian, in Canyon County, Idaho. EXCEPTING THEREFROM the right of way of the Murphy Branch of the Oregon Short Line Railway. TERMS OF SALE Cash in lawful money of Ihe United Slates ol America, at (10) per cent of any as one of the top distributors in finite evidence that the traveling Ihe firm. The board guides a public is willing In pay for im- direct selling organization of provemenls to Ihe highways they more than 80,000 distributors in use. the United Stales and Canada. "At this point, however, the The public is invited lo the understanding and agreeableness Monday night meeting, when the seem to wane," he continued, two will outline some of Iheir Some few motorists are not will- _ achievements in the direct sell- ing to accept the fact that, with ' the construction of new highway facilities, some inconvenience and often momentary discomfort is unavoidably necessary. An Salt Lake valley. ing field. Nampa Agent At Conference NAMPA -- Nainpa life insurance man Ned E. Stevens, 410 Banner St., altended a speciil business and educational conference of Mutual of New York's sales leaders at the ParkShora- (on Hotel in New York City last week. olrl road must be torn up before il can be rebuilt. Mampan Joins New Meat Firm NAMPA -- Al Malsom, employed with Armour anil Company for the past ID years, has Canyon, state of Idaho, this lh .e Place fixed for the ' " Date June 19, 1967. RICHARD L, R1ORDAN Administrator of the Estate of Deceased. June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 1867 NOTICE TO CREDITORS File No. 12805 In the Probate Court of Ihe County of Canyon, State of Idaho In Ihe Matter of Ihe Eslale of GHEGOHIO OCA MICA, Deceased, Notice is hereby given by Uie undersigned Administratrix THE STATE OFIDAHO Sends Greetings lo the above named defendant. YOU ARBHEREBYNOT1FIED That.a complaint has been.filed . _ _ r . _ _ . . against you in the DislriciCdurt bidJor-"offer lo purchase to ac- of Uie Seventh Judicial District coilpUny .same, with balance to of the Stale of Idaho, in and for be paid upon confir/nation of Ihe Counly of Canyon, by the the sale by the Probate Court, above named Plaintiff, and you are hereby directed lo appear and plead to the said complaint within twenty days oftheservice of this summons. Said action is being commenced against you to obtain ·t Decree of Divorce upon the grounds of Extreme Mental Cruelty. For fullparticulars, you arc referred to Ihe Complaint in Ihts action on file herein, which is by reference thereto made a part hereof as though spl forlh in full herein. and you are f u r t h e r notified that unless you so appear and plead to said complaint within the time herein specified, Ihe plaintiff... Canyon County, Idaho, the purchasers to receive the 1967 crop, and the property subject to taxes and assessments for the year 1967 and all subsequent years. The Executor specifically reserves the right to reject any and all bids and offers to purchase; such bids or oilers to purchase must be in writing and will be received al the office of Schiller, Young 4 Williams, attorneys for Ihe executor, 1202 First Street Soulh, Nampa, Idaho, or may be filed in the office of the Clerk of the Probate Court, Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho, at any . - lime afler the first publication will take Judgmentagainslyouas of this notice and before a sale prayed in said complaint. WITNESS my hand and ihe seal Poets' Corner "DAINTY AND TRUE" Oh! Violet Blue, Oh! Violet Blue I swept the walk with busy thought, But stopped to look al you Growing there -- it filled me with fraught. You are not as beautiful as the rose Your scent has faded by high noon, Yet with your dainty petals you pose As if some artist would visit you soon. Tiny flowers, notes and small packages Arouse our curiosity by the minute, God bless [he song birds in their cages We hear their sweet notes, sounds like the spinnel. Let little beauties in everyday life Come forth ani link with speeding tiree, Some catch our eyes and stave off strife Then thoughts fill our hearts with sublime. Oh! Violet Blue, Oh! Violet True What care we if skyscrapers rise, Along the sidewalk we'll find you Your soft petals are our blue skies. Dorothy Grace Allizer Route 1, Box 399, Nampa "THF. TlllNKKR" (On viewing a picture of fiodin's slatue) I think I shall nol know what man Intends of man; nor shall I Know the petty plans of man's cternily. But this I know: I cannot leave This earth untouched, Unmarred with thoughtful life. For now I see with destined eyes The place God keeps for me. Itot-ert l,uml(]nist 12-1 Banner Street, N'ampa (Original poems for ihisfeatureareseleclcdbyllelen Reetl Moffitt, fi33 North Granl, Pocatello, Idaho 83201, and should b* sent to her for consideration.) among 148 field underwriters selected for the conference on the basis of oulslanding performance in sales and policyholder service during Iheir first year with the company. al 1211 9th St. S., in Nampa. The operation will specialize in custom beef culling, locker beef culling and sales to restaurants, hotels and other institutions. Malsom started with Armour in Aberdeen, S.D., and Iransfer- red to Seallle in 1952 at which within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Adwlnislralrix at Ihe mica, a bachelor, deceased, to the creditors of, and all per- -"cnrHMllnnniocci A stevens . a lire mi lieaimin- Joined Clyde Hill Custom Beef sons h a v i n g claims agalnsl, the s.Mjuuuukdinebdna S |, ra nce specialist with MONY's Cutting which 1m opened abusi- «id deceased, to exhibit ihem Mmp\m^eeve W nts for theater' Bois e l"lerm°untainagency,was nes s at H i M Food Service w i lh . "'! necessary vouchers, noon and evening. Concession booths will be in operation all day. Two Men Fined NAMPA - Lester Howard, 43, of 120 12lh Ave. S., Nampa, charged with being drunk in a public place and was fined $45 and $5 costs. Daniel Ervin!Iiint,23,Haynes, Ore., pleaded guilty to a charge WALTER FRY Clerk By M. Slabaugh Deputy Clerk. WEEKS 4 DAVIS Attorneys for Plaintiff Address: Box 293, Nampa, I of said real property is made. Dated this 12th day of July, EUGENE B. POWELL Executor of the Estate of Eliza H. Brimberry, deceased. SCHILLER, YOUNG i WILLIAMS Attorneys for Executor Residing at Nainpa, Idaho July 15, 22, 29, 1967 Case Continued NAMPA -- Appearanceoflian- dy Lee Nicholson, 18, of 023 time he was a dairy, poultry 5th Ave. N., Nampa, on acliarge and margarine supervisor for of disturbing the peace was con- the Northwest. He was super- of being drunk and was fined $20 and $5 costs. tinned to July 20 in Municipal Courl. visor for the food service de- parlincnt. WORK BY Waller Opp Coiislrucllon Co.otNampcion reniixlcling of the College of Idaho's Slrahorn Library into a classroom and ficulty office building -- pending execulion of a revised contract -is exfjectal lo begin within the inix! lOrJ.iys. Kslii'iatcd lol;t; prnji'd cn.sl, including furnishings and architect's fees, is $325,000. The rc:ii!»?il Imildiiu; is expected tn lie ready for occupancy by Ihe beginning ot spring semester, Feb. 19,1%8. The Slrahorn library, first buill In 1920, lias boon empty since February when Ihe calltgf movptl Inlo HIP now million-dollar Tertellng rtve. Soulh, Nampa, Counly of Canyon, Slate of Idaho Ihisbeing the place fixed for the trans- acllon of Ihe business of said eslate, Dale June 30, 1967. ROSK ARANA Administratrix ol the Estate of Deceased RICHARD L. RIORDAN Attorney for Administratrix Residing at: Nampa, Idaho July I, 8, 15, 22, 1967 NOTICF. TO CREDITORS File No. 12794 In the Probate Court of the County of Canyon, Stale of Idaho In the Mailer of the Estate of DANIEL SYLVESTER HASTRI- TKR, also known as DAN HAS. THITER, and BESSIE ItASTRI. TER, husband and wife, Both Deceased, Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estates of D.miel Sylvester Has- triler, also known as Dan llas- tritcr, and liessle llastriter, husband and wife, both deceased, to Ihe creditors of, and all persons having claims against, the said deceased, lo exhibit Ihem with the necessary vouchers, within four months after t h e ' first publication of Ihis notice, to the said administrator at the law office of Frank F. Ktbler, 220-!4th Avenue South, In the City of Nampa, CounlyofCanyon, SUle of Idaho this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said ssiaie. Dale June 23, 1067. DONALD EUGENE HASTR1TER, Administrator of the Estate of Deceased. F R A N K F. K1BLKR Attorney for Administrator Residing at Hampa, Idaho June 24, July I, 8, 15, l%7. LOCAL I M P R O V E M E N T DISTRICT NO. 52CURBS, GUTTERS SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAY, DRAIN AND IRRIGATION IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CITY OF N A M P A , IDAHO, 1967 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The City of Nampa, Idaho, invites sealed unit price bid proposals to construct and reconstruct curbs, gutters side walxs, driveway, drain an-! irrigation improvements as shown on the drawings and described in the contract documents entitled "Local Improvement District No 52 for Nampa, Idaho." Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents may be obtained from the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, Namna Idaho. ' Sealed unit price bid proposals will be received at the of flee of the City Clerk until 5:00 P.M., MDT and al ihe Council Chambers, City Hall, until 8:00 P.M. MDT Julv 17 967, at which latter time and place, the bids will be pub licly opened and read al Ihe direclion of the Mayor TMf WOrX Beneralli ' Consi5t5 '' "le following' described Description Sel. Removal trees and stumps Remove hedge Remove curb and/or gutter Remove cone. waUt and/ or slabs Remove and replace fence Construct P.C. curb and gutter Type A Construct P.C. curb and gutter Type R-l Conslrucl residential drive Type D-2 Construct commercial driveways Type D-l * Coaslruct concrete sidewalk Construct 8" diameter concrete Irrigation pipe in place Construct irrigation riser outlet valves Construct catch basins 10" Concrete Relief D r a i n p i p e in place Construct small ditch Slope Dressing Conslrucl 3 riser concrete step unit Including Ihe furnishing of all labor ment to accomplish ihe work. ' The Cily reserves Ihe right lo re Dated this 2Dlh day nf June, 19S7 lr July I, 8, 15,1961 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 Unit Each UF. L.F, Svj. F. L.F. L.F. L.F, W. F. sg. F. SQ. F. L.F. Each Each L.F. L.F SQ. yr- Each material, Quantity 16 25 515 705 105 10,556 1,544 4,375 3,135 1,957 1,737 38 20 452 380 166 6 and cciulp- public.

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