Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 12, 1976 · Page 18
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 18

Nampa, Idaho
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Friday, March 12, 1976
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Tr* Idaho Free Press, Friday, March 12, \m -18 Business briefs Are You Buying Your DRUGS AND PRESCRIPTIONS at the place that offers you the SERVICES YOU NEED? SUPER THRIFT DRUGS *· ln»ur«nc» 12,DtmCo««ulUUeg gBfJBil 8x10 PHOTO FRAME METAL WITH EASEL BACK Del llubza .Merle licckli- 1 Brcckon Carolyn Summerlon KIVK SAMI'A realtors have completed u three-year course of sluily and have received iradua(o-l!ealtar I n s t i t u t e «;il[ designations. Del llobza. Action Heally; I l l a i n e B r r c k o n , A l l A m e r i c a n R e a l t y : Carolyn Summrrdin. Kr-y West Ural Kstale; anil Ike ('race and Merle Elrckls-v. Duller and TKl'S JOIST Corporation, [inise international producer of roof and floor structural component systems, recently announced the appointment u[ Kenton Keed as manager-data processing. Keed's appointment is ihc result of six years' experience as a computer p r o g r a m m e r at tlic Trus Joist Corporation offices in linise. A native of Tre'asure Valley and a former N a m p a resident. Heed is a 1971 graduate of Hoise State U n i v e r s i t y w h e r e he earned a bachelors degree in mathematics. Vehicle inspection varies t ·tALDWEI-L -- The city will tilt the county won't be en- forging Ihc stale motor vehicle inspection law according to officials of each. paldwell Chief of police Charles W. Astleford has instructed his patrolmen to continue ticketing for expired safety inspection stickers until June I. But the Canyon County Slieriff's Office patrol division ha % s been ordered by director Roger Burke to issue no citations until Ihc matter is resolved. A bill repealing the law mandating annual vehicle safety inspections recently passed the Idaho House 43-26 and the Senate 20-13 and currently awaits Gov. Cecil D. Andrus' signature. While Andrus is expected to sign, the repealer hill would not become effective until July 1. I.I. Dale Woodcook of the CCSO said that department "has never taken a strong enforcement stand" on safety inspections, but has dealt with "more serious t r a f f i c violations." Hoth Nampa and Boise city police have indicated they will discontinue citing motorists for safety inspection violations "for I hi- lime being." while Ada County and state law enforcement personnel have indicated they also will no! issur: citations on failure to inspect. Ultrasound used GAI.VKSTO.Y Tex. ( U P I ) -A new diagnostic Inol called ultrasound is hcing used in radiation diagnosing examina- lions at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Used primarily for acquiring a n a t o m i c a l i n f o r m a t i o n , u l - trasound uses the principles of a submarine's sonar. Through the . use of an ullrasrwascnpe. sound w.iIT echoes are recorded, mapping the contour of internal organs when a p a r t i c u l a r density or organ is encountered. Itailiologists say ultrasound is both noninvasive and noninjuri- nus to the patient because abnormal anatomy can be imaged -- or seen --simply, accurately and without radiation exposure to the paiient. I.AKflV VKI.LKX. \ampa. lu\s been elected president of (he Snake Hivpr Valley Klcclrical Association at its 21st a n n u a l i-iinference in Hoise. Yf lien has served on the Hnise chapter's hoard of directors and lias hoTM a member of (he SH- VKA general board of directors the past siv years. He acted as \ ice president of ttie association the past year, and as president \\tll co-ordinate programs and a c t i v i t i e s for Hie S H V K A (ji'iieral association. The p u r p o s e of (be organization, v. hicli has approximately l7Ti members from throughout southern Idaho, is lo promote all phases of Hie electrical industry. Vellen lias been in business since llll!l as a partner in Yellen I t e f r i ^ e i a t i o n . Pair at confabs NAMPA - Dave Lancaster and Del Beukclman. co-owners of Nafziger's Men's Stores in Nampa and Caldwcll, are attending conventions this week. Beukclman is al the annual convention of the Menswear lielailers Association in Chicago. A member of the convention planning committee. Beukelman said some 6,000 retailers and m a n u f a c t u r e r s will attend (he five day event -a combined buying show and fashion showcase with more than 3000 exhibitions. Lancaster is attending the California .Men's Apparel Guild Show in San Diego. He said more than 10.000 men's wear retailers will be attending the show, which features men's clothing, sportswear and furnishings by California manufacturers Health insurance NEW YORK (UI'li - About three of every four persons in the United Stales has private heallh insurance protection againsl catastrophic medical expenses, the Heallh Insurance Institute says. The group says thai four o! every five persons so enrolled had available benefits exceeding $50,000, wilh some lopping $100,000. Only 10 years ago the common m a x i m u m benefit generally was no higher lhan $10.000 Associates; all h a v e spent :iO hours per year for the |asl Mirer years studying for Ihc (lit! designation. Die program is intended lo educate and train persons lo function ef- (relive!) in the 'residential real estate brokeriigr husinres. Agent appointed BOISE - Thomas Jacob, Hoise. has been appointed Ihe Capp Homes representative for Ihe Nampa area, according to an announcement made by Michael Hanrahan. Capp Homes regional sales manager. Prior lo assuming his new position, Jacob was co-owner of a Boise sign company for 13 years. A native of Yanklon, S.D., he was a sergeant in the United Stales Army, and was discharged in 1945. He IMS been a resident, of Boise for 14 years Capp Homes, which has its Northwest regional offices in licllcvne. Wash., is one of the area's leading custom home builders which pioneered thi "rinish-il-yourself" concept. Reg. $1.19, SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SUN. Ike Crace Flower show GENOA. I t a l y ( U P I ) - I EUROKLORA '76, the international flower snow held in Genoa every five years, is scheduled for Ihe Genoa Fair Grounds from April 2-t to May 2. Sunbeam AUTOMATIC PERCOLATOR Model AP53A, 3 lo 11 cups. Reg. $15.95, Discount price $11.95 SALE ... $Q99 SCOPE MOUTHWASH AND GARGLE 24-oz. bottle. Reg. $2.61, Discount price $1.99. SALE ·I TEFLON IRONING BORRD COVER BUILDING SPACE FOR LEASE NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER NAMPA See Fred Watterson at Paul's Food/and 301--10th Avenue N. Discount priice 5 1.- SALE rrs· Queen Delishus BURGER with a D.Q. SHAKE French Fries only FRI..SAT.SUN., MARCH 12,13 14 Dairy Queen OUR BIG «B STEAMSET HAIR CURLER $099 Wilh facial Sauna allachmenl. Reg. S16.95, Discount price S12.49, SALE HOUSE PLANTS 2" pot, Reg. 39' Each. SALE . . . 4 SISAL ROPE V x 50'. R«g. 11.59. Discount price $1.29, -CHEESE CLOTH SALE PAiNT PAN ROLLER SET ·LET'S ALL GO TO OAIR-Y QUEEN' NAMPA DAIRY QUEEN 604-12th Ava.Rd. Pure while, 10 sq. yds. fleg. S1.49, MACARONI CHEESE DINNER 7V4-02. size, Reg. 2 for 69', SALE.".. 00 SALE 99' Reg. $2.49, Discount price SI.69, I SALE J l 19 4lor $ l Home SentryTM SMOKE ALARM The early teaming system thai cnuldr.ace your family's lives. The Idaho State Building Code strongly supports this product. This product is required in any new home, mobile home or apartment. Most Insurance companies will allow a discount on home owners' Insurance if the homeowner notifies their agent of smoke alarm Installation. · G.E. HOME SENTRY SMOKE ALARM No. 8201 -001 fl£94 Battery operated · · .G.E. HOME SENTRY SMOKE ALARM No. 8202-001 JQ95 Electric TM *» Mclaughlin'* -irsOursnihYi-ar" Gift Gallery OWYHEE 1020-1 st St. S., Nam pa MASKING TAPE S H O P ' S A V E HARDWARE 466-5193 or 466-8401 \ LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION! Phone 466-j Vt - « 60 yards. «»«· 99 1 . SALE 47 DRUGS HOLLY SHOPPING CENTER - NAMPA

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