Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 11, 1976 · Page 11
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MAGISTRATE'S COURT Narapi Section The following fine, were paid fd penalties set recently under Magistrate Phil M 0yr 0 " r d Amounts listed do not inc| de · · Or the record Contempt of court: Carolvn Tenmson, ic? 4th Kd N ITMTM- and Michael J. Bjxby 1 628 Almond. $25 Possession of an altered TM TM s e Calhoun. Nampa Route 7. $;o. Diving while suspended: Roy W B . Je , sej ? Failure lo appear: Ifandolpn K. Lewis, Nampa Route 3 $25 Failure to obey a citation: Jose 1,. Sanchez. 167 ls( Si N Ext., $12.50. Inattentive driving: Ina F Knauff, N'ampa Route G, $1250' Forrest E. Hart. Meridian' J12.50; and Linda L. Wolford Nampa Rout 4, $12.50 Slop sign violation: James Murray, sfn Mateo, Calif., «2.50; Jeray j. H e | ze r, Cald*e Roult/3, $12.50; Mary A. Mu 1m. Nimpa Roule 2, $7.W "^H 1 B. Burch, Boise! *li.50. / Traffi^ light violation: Deluerl D. Crossley, Nampa Houle 3/SIO: Arthur Sanchez JW WPI. N. Ext., no; "and Kalnleei Dutcher. 419 16th Ave S.. $10.,' Restricted license violation' Georte H. R U gg| e , ^ 9lh Ave N.,/10; and Forrest E. Karl Median, $12.50. WI tui-n from wrong lane' WJler R. Schmidt, Payette $7fiO; David A. Kuch] 492 Caflwell Boulevard. $7.50: and HrtenG Wilson, 311 Juniper St J7fO. Expired driver's license: wymnnd 1. Voiuig, 203 1st St. .S 1 .. ccsls only; Norman Gering M15 4th SI. N',. $5; and Richard Meridian board ill open bids MERIDIAN - Bid opening dates were set at Ihe Meridian school board meeting Monday night for Iwo primary schools'. The bid for Lake Hazel Elementary School will be opened March 30 and Easlside Elementary on Aprii 8. Assistant Superintendent Phillip Peterson told the board more elective subjects should he implemented at Lowell Scolt Junior High and Meridian Junior High. Peterson said Ihe class load should determine if eleclives would he advisable. A letter was read from Jerry Decker. Eagle mayor, pledging support to Ihe Meridian school district. The school board was invited lo a Freedom Shrine dedication at Meridian Junior High School March 18. Dr. Roy Trilby, state superintendent of education, and retired Col Uernarti Fisher. Congressional Medal of Honor recipient of Kuna. will be featured speakers. The hoard authorized a change of lighling at the shop building "I l.cwell Scot! Junior High A meeting has been scheduled .March 17 with I.uokenga C'un-' si ruction Co.: Lewis K e j s . architect: Chapman and Company, and (he school board lo determine Irsls to be taken lo find the cause of dead spots in the Kyin fii.'ur at liie Luui-11 3atii building T h e i ' a r e n t - T e a c h e r s Organization at Star Elementary Schnuf inviled members of Ihe board to .Htend Us mceling March '23. At lh.il lime Ihe PTO will presenl suggestions and proposes for ihe school A I (MM- in absence was granted 'a;-i)lyn Kit.son so she could . -uinue her education A li" was road from Dick l-'leisci ,:;m!i. athletic director at f'ocatello, commending the Meridian wrestling team on its conduct, sportsmanship and skills at a recent wrestling tournament. Supt. August Hein reported progress is being made on new buildings in Die district with foundations currently being poured The new Star school is three per cent under wav he said. Hein also reported 1 17G students in the district had participated in an iminunizafion program. In other action, the board: -- Authorized construction of four running plants 150 feet long and three feel wide for the track program. - Hired Peggy Anplequisl to leach second grade. - Approved three student teachers from DSL 1 lo teach in (lie district. - Decided against submitting another program for Parks and Recrealion Dcpt. funding. Due lo anolher proposal for tbe purchase of Cloverdale school property the district's lawyer will determine if (he property can be sold. Supl. Hein reminded the board of (he national trustee meeting April a-H al San Francisco. lEGAt NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned by virtue of the provisions ol section 45804, Idaho Code, for the purpose of satisfying Ihe lien for storage. I have had this vehicle in my possession 60 days or more and will retain the title ol the following described vehicle: 1971 Ma;da. Serial 1 No. SNA ·16870 L A R R Y K R A I P O W I C H Rcute I. Box 233 Emmelt, Idaho March 4. 1!. 1976 L. Conant. 225 Delaware, |5. Failure lo signal: David A Kuch, 432 Caldwell Blvd., $7.60 Failure lo wear a helmet: Steven R. Jellison, 24« Caldwell Blvd., $5; and Raymond L. Young, 2031sl St. N.. costs only (·'allure to yield: Billie L. Booher, Nampa Route I, $7.50; and Wallace L Colcman, 915 lllh Ave. S., $2.50 Follow loo close: Km ma L Grondahl, 1817 4th St. N., $10 No laillighls: Randolph R. Lewis, Nampa Roule 3, $10. Speeding: David A. Brumbaugh, 807 7lh Ave. S., $11; James A. Page, 4M 4th Rd. N., $10; Paul Peterson. Nampa lioute 2. $17; Mitchell Spencer, 520 Lone Slar, $10; Joyce Morgan, Boise, W; Paul Martinez, 315 Lone Star, $12; Bruce D. Caywoort, Nampa Route 7, $15; Kevin Tester, Nampa Route '. 515; and Lloyd Campbell, Nampji lioule ,1, $20. Speeding: Hene M. Anderson 221 C. Morton SI., $11; Kenneth M. Turnpnugh, Nampa Roule 2, m: Jcrrv Moore, San Jose, Calif. $5; Janet I. Mason, 1315 Willow. Caldwell, $13; Bonita Waldren. iN'ampa Route 6, $12; Marilyn 1.. Drapsau, Nampa Roule 5, $11; Jackie L. Chaslain, Nampa Route 3, $9; Ella Chancy, 241 Meffan, $10; Bobby C. Thornlon, Parma, $10; Shirley M.Sanlana, 148 Isl St. N. Ext..$H; UuaiieE. Buhler, 8DC Comstock. $10; and Hazel Chapman. Nampa Roule 5, $13. Speeding: I.ynette Brown, 280.i W. Amily, $H; Kenneth Lancaster, Nampa Route l, SIO: Gerald J. Cameron, 215 Cheslnul, 520; Wayne E. Tuckncss. Middlcton. $11; Kathleen E. Grcer. Caldwell Route 4. $12.50; Arthur Secley, 101220th Ave. S., $15.50; Harlan Kraiikamp, 423 Locust. $12; James Ramsey, 107 13th Ave. N.. $5; Vydefla M. Bowman, Nampa Route 6, $14; and Kcnl J. Marcusen. Nampa Route 4, SIO. Speeding: James K. Claiborne, 120 Chestnul, $11; David K. Breier, 2455 Denver, 530; Thayer Crowfoot. NNC, $8- Don Davis, 207 Yale, $25; Frank Mid(i!elon,41oriamond,$IO; La Grella Powers, 551 Bin Rd. N., $9; Jessie E. Adams, llll llth Ave. S., $10; Mark Bevinglon P.F.E. Dr., $20; Wenona E. Hicks, Nampa Koule 7, $10; and Timmy Davis, 225 Smith, $37.50. Dog at large: Richard L Radford, 131 Ord Blvd. $5; and Boh Hauge, 920 16lh Ave S $7.50. Unlicensed dog: Susan E Fulfer, 1102 W. Boone, Caldwell $5. The following people (orfeilcd bonds: Karl B.Jinsen, Emmell, $12.50 on an Ada Counly citation and $12.50 on a Canyon Counly citation, expired driver's license; Patrick W. Watlis, 704 16th Ave. N., $12.50, wearing no helmel; Floyd Hunsaker, 1115 llth Ave. N., $12.50, speeding: Patricia, A. Back, 804 6lh St. N., $12.50,speeding; and Kenneth L Meeks, 4118th Ave. N., $12.50, no driver's license. How to give her a diamond (without proposing) ii^y *·*(" ' · -v · '.fl i fcSr $ -C IEGAL NOTICE NOTICE T O C R E D I T O R S No. IP 1S11 In Ihe District Court ol ihe Third Judicial Districl ol the Slate ol Idaho, in and for the County ol Canyon In the Mailer ol Ihe Eslates ol MENNO E. R O T H , and AMANDA R. ROTH, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the undersigned has been" a p p o i n t e d P e r s o n a l SepresCTifafive ol the above e s t a l c s . A l l persons having claims against Ihe said decedants are required lo presenl Itieir claims within i monllis after Ihe date of the first publication ol (his Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must he either presented to Dorolhy R. Shaver, Personal Represenlalive of the Estates, at ?-M Sonna Building. Boise, Idaho 83702 or liled with Ihe Couri. D A T E D : February 1), 1974 DOROTHY R. SHAVER Personal Representative BRUCE BOWLER Attorney for Applicant ?IJ Sonna Building Boise, Idaho 83?0? March 4. II. IB, 1976 Spcidel's Diamond Hcait Idenl. A genuinely rje.iuliful and Listing gift. With a genuine diamond set in a dclicalc hearl drop as personal as any gift can be. In yellow or white. From $18.95. She'll never forget you. BULLOCK JEWELERS I217-1sl St. South. NAMPA OfW · · New... Bigger, More Modern Building! "SAME GREAT STAFF" Located across 12th Avenue Road from Nampa High "Give Us A Try ... 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