Councilman Hear Views On Car Parking Change (Continued from Page 1) ^ e ^ on tte M American hearing on the proposal and be- ened street, adding that the street Â°N property. He said a recent cause it was necessary to have had not been widened but that sii'~'ey showed that of 28parking the ordinance passed before a- the new parking system gave sUUson the property, IGotthem warding a contract (or Us corn- more area for through traffic Vl ' cre occupied by store employ- movement. ees. "I think we would have a lot "1^' s ' s w* fault," he admit- of mad people if you changed * ed - "*'* snouW demand our em- to.ck to angle parking," the may- P'Â°yes not use this lot." But he or added. He offered the city's askedfor the city's help in polic- help in solving the merchant's M E the area parking problems but noted He also advised of other down"there is only so much we can tovfn P r Â°P ert y * n 'ch could be do." made Into off-street parking He noted that many pe^ "^ K ess Construction Co. of parallel ^ 3mfA was apparent low bidder wwe re- on construction work of Local Improvement District No. 52 with a bid of $35,339,36. The pro- set is to install concrete curb pletion. The council heard a report from the Nampa Sanitary Service, given by Councilman Harold Stanford, ex-officlo member of the sanitary board, on Its progress to date In routing and services to the city through the newly franchlsed service. Stanford said the city should be very pleased with the work the service has completed within the city, and complimented the organization for the fine work if has done to make the city a cleaner and more healthy place in which to live. "Out in my area," Stanford said, "we have cut the cat population 100 per cent." He'credited air-fight refuse containers with removing an attraction for the stray felines. Mayor Starr noted that many if angle parking were available HP said he ttimiritf Hie. nrnhi He said tie tnougM the probl would be more or less solved andgulter sidewa lks, driveways r , , , IS ,5 bec Â° me and irrigation improvements in proficient in this parking man- Var1ous sections ,,, the dty euver Other bids were received Chief Baker offered the ser- f rora Gray Construction, $36,vices of his department in con- 559.93, and Garrison-Young Inc., ducting a clinic, if necessary, to $35,976.22. City Engineer li.J. help motorists brush up on Huckabee estimated the project places within the city still are parallel parking. would cost approximately $3fi,- using 55 gallon barrels for gar- Garthe agreed that someofthe 602.46. Contingencies would empty parking stalls Baker had boost the total esMmated cost noted in his survey were probably to $49,900. due to the inability of people to Bids were to be reviewed in parallel park. He added that the mayor's offices this after"our customers are asking what noon to determine the low bid- we are going to do.next to elim- der and to award a contract, inate parking." The council passed.under sus- Frank Bevington, one of the pension of the rules, an ordin- businessmen delegates, admitted ance creating LID 52. This was problems in policing the off- done, the mayor said, as no pro- street parking area developedby tests were heard at a public Idaho Free Press, Tuesday, July 18,1967-3 Charge Admitted, $50 Fine Imposed 'Â· NAMPA- Wayne K. Tyler, 29, of 915 16lh Ave. S., Nampa, pleaded gulltytotamper- ing with a motor vehicle when he appeared In Nampa Municipal Court before Judge O.B. Cox Monday. He had been accused of attempting to remove two tires and wheels from an automobile not belonging to Mm. Judge Cox imposed a fine of $50 and $5 court costs, and meted a suspended jail sentence of 10 days. Two Post Bonds NAMPA- Bonds have been posted in Nampa Justice Court by the tollowimg motorists: William H. Koho, Pocatello, Idaho, passing with insufficient clearance, $10; Howard C. \Veller, Flamingo Trailer Court, Nampa, failure to display license plates, $10. LAWN MOWER S*rnc*-Salts JOHN DEERE Lawn fc Tractor DMfer MU'SHMMtMUf ACTttl from Idaho Powtr bage containers. . . "not trash, but garbage", the mayor said. "This will have tocease," he exclaimed. In other action, the councllap- proved the appointment of Ora Provolt as fire chief. Provolt has been acting chief since the resignation last month of B.E. Pfeiffer, who submitted his resignation at that time due to ill health. STAMPEDE DAYS opened at Nampa this morning with the serving of the traditional fluckaroo Breakfast ottered to rodeo fans and other visitors by the Nampa Chamber of Commerce. The annual outdoor meal as usual attracted a sizeable crowd to Lakeview Park for the traditional Western breakfast fare of hotcakes, eggs, sausage and coffee. Chamber of Commerce members manned the grills and handled the serving. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Around About The NAMPA Area PARADE ROUTE MAP ID 11 li R fl SB STREET NORTH u u 0 N V L H R US STREET NORTH T r K 3 R T H !b fl U E H 0 R T H 13' it 914 CLUE A E 7B CLua N ., ,, rd STREET NORTH nd STREET NORTH 1st STREET noun -- UP. RA1LRDM __ tr FRONT J 1st 5T 1EET SOU* D i Â« ^ t H i ! ; Kb) *; D R T H d* CL ....?C"*. C LB Ill It A BÂ» CLUB V E N Q R r H U Ltia 6Â» CLUB 5B 3r ..!.? CLUB U E N C n T H 1 N D I U t i CLUB o u r- 1 fl t-EUB- L C 0 T E - T I U - t] ROUTE TO BE followed by riding clubs and other units taking part in the Snake River Stampede mounted parades tonight through Saturday night is shown in chart above. In genera], parade elements will assemble north of the Union Pacific tracks between 12th and 15th avenues, proceed along First and Front streets skirting the downtown area, then head north to the Stampede grounds on Ninth and 10th avenues. Parades are to be ready to move promptly at 1 p.m. each night, to complete the arena parade and exhibition before opening of the rodeo at 8 p.m. Classifieds Get Results MASONIC MEETING-Ashlar Lodge No. 90, AFAM, will meet at 9 a.m. Thursday to attend the funeral of Ray Patterson. Graveside services will be held at Cloverdale Cemetery, All master masons are urged lo attend. TO GIVE AWAY- Mrs. Earl McMillln, phone 466-9127, has both a small black female puppy and a female kitten to give away. WOTM MEETING-- Women of the Moose will hold an executive meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday followed by a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Formals are to be worn. Refreshments will be served by Jan Bower and Marie Tyler. . CLUB MEETING Orchard Avenue Club 'will meet'for'a potluck lunchoon at 12 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Gertrude Tiffany. GIVE AWAY- Three cute kittens will be given away. Call 466-5578. Brown Swiss Breeders Elect NAMPA - The Idaho Brown Swiss Breeders have named their slate of officers for the coining year. D.E. Tayson, Boise, Is president; Earl Martin, Parma, vice president, and Patricia Schullz, Nampa, secretary-treasurer. The breeders announced (hat "Santa", a cow owned by Lloyd Johnson of New Plymouth, is winner of the production trophy. The cow gave 24,972 pounds of milk and 923 pounds of fat. The trophy was presented to Johnson at the Breeders annual picnic at Lakeview Park Sunday. The organization announced that it will give a $50 scholar- L ship to any junior exhibitor showing a registered Brown Swiss animal that takes the grand championship infiltingandshow- ing at the Western Idaho State Fair, beginning in 1968. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 lo place your classified ad. ENDS TONITE FIRST HUH UNIVERSAL Marten So BRANDO ia N PLUS CO-FEATURE ROSS HUNTER'S THE PAD IlKHNKOIDR* GATES O P E N , USHOUR 8:45 * MMKJUJRJCMD BRIGHT FIAGS flutter everywhere at the Snake River Slam- pedft grounds today, welcoming spectators to the opening of the five-day rodeo starring Michael Landon and featuring some of the nation's roughest stock and toughest riders. The big arena was decorated by Stampede directors in an early morning work party Sunday. Here Roy Shannon, (with dark glasses), Stampede vice president, hands up a flag to Chuck Schell, on the ladder. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) K\ *;Â·, The year's #1 best seller picks you up and never lets you down. Col. Sanders' "It's finger- lickin' good." Wed. Thurs. Special "STAMPEDE SPECIAL" (serves 2) Kentucky Fried Chicken 5 pa. Chicken, 2 roll], butter, honey, potatoes gravy and colÂ« ilaw. Reg. 1.50. 1 35 HAWKINS TAKE HOME In Nampo at 112 11th Ave. S.-466-1341 Coll tarlf-- and jour Order Â«/!/ Ic rrnily trhrnnrr ymi driirr MAKE US YOUR PICNIC HEADQUARTERS! FREDRICMARGHIRICHARDBOONE iANEGlLENTO What's it take to make a great car deal? A great car. Naturally. See your Pontiac dealer for a great dealon a great car. v .' 'Â· HONSTEAD MOTOR CO., IWOi^-^th AVE. so./ NAMPA, IDAHO M m C F H C I L I I i i t f PC*: ac Mo:;x 0 i c".
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