Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 31, 1975 · Page 13
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The Idaho free Press i The .\i«s-Ti ibune, Friday. January 31,1973 - i * CUI.V-OKKI' l\ s\OW. this garage jusl krcps on smiling, Located on Route 22. north of the Hensselaer-Columbia Count) line in \e« York, Ihf liappv shod belongs to I'.K. .Smith. ilTII'holu) transplant works JOKLAHOJIACITY iVPlt - A kidney transplant from father to sonhassavedthelifeofa 6-year- old bny whose kidneys were destroyed by a blood vessel disease. I'A kidney from Jerry Sensin- liffer, 32. a Public Service Co. employe from Broken Arrow. Okla., was transplanted into his son, Bryan, on Jan. 8 by doctors n't Children's Memorial Hospital. The tiny blood vessels of Bryan's kidneys had been slowly destroyed by his disease, anaphylactoid purpura. 1 Bryan.'; father and ..his 1 " mother. Sue. took tests to determine whose tissue would be most compatible with Ilieir son's. The father's was a closer rnalch. providing less chance for rejection. Bryan has been kept alive for the past six months by hemodialysis, use of an artificial kidney u cleanse the Wood. He went through the procedure Iwo lo three limes a week at Ihe V e t e r a n s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Hospital renal unil. He had surgery in November at Children's Memorial · (or i-a" bleeding ulcer, another ...com- plication of the vascular ailment. The disease often affecls kidneys, bul rarely causes complete kidney failure. His ilodor said Wednesday his progress is very good ami il is unlikely ttie disease will destroy the new kidney. Bryan has been under treatment by doctors al Children's Memorial since November. IU73. Advertisement MI "Mir School rescinds Ziegler payment 1937U.S.Gov't Art Prints BOSTON (UPli - Boston University students who offered fo.rmer White House Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler $2.700 lorgive a speech have rescinded Ihe payment offer. But they say Ziegler is stilt welcome to speak --'for free. Peter Elikann. president of the Student Government Association of Ihe school of communication, said a show of hands al a student meeting NJonday was "overwhelming against" paying Ziegler to make aTspeech. ·:"Ron Ziegler is still welcome t». come and speak, if he is willing lo doit for free," Elikann s^id. [·After the open session of Ihe meeting, attended by from 300 lo A series of rare coincidences has led lo Ihe historic discovery 150 students, the association "^ scvera l thousand sets of full voted 14-5 to rescind 'the in- co ' or antique art prints thai were vilation for Ihe Feb. 26 speaking "' os l since 1937." They are now engagement. Ziegler was to being offered to Ihe public have received a fee of $2,500 plus tittnnoanf\fcv'cir $200 for expenses. "EANOR ROOSEVELT The dean of Ihe communica- . ack ln 1937 ' immediately fol- tions school, John Wicklein. sent ' owin S the depression years, Mrs. a telegram Wednesday lo E'«n°r Roosevelt and a select Elikann saying it was "morally S roll P of » dozen nationally pro- wrong" to pay Ziegler. The minent people formed a volun- following day Ihe faculty voted lary national committee for art unanimously lo support Wicklein. "Ziegler look parl in the Nixon administration's effort to subverl the free press," Wicklein lold the open meeting Monday. "I would not want lo see Ziegler or anyone else gel rich because of Iheir association with the Walergale coverup." » Episcopal Church es convene r delegate BOISE - Delegates from the receives about 58 per cent of it's . ! dioceses of the Episcopal funds through C-H and some IT C jurch will meel in Boise for of il's 29 congregations receive " ;oalilion 14" which is an in- some kind of direcl support vijilivc by-producl of Ihe 1970 while all receive indirect sup- S meral convention held in llduslon. Texas. The Coalilion H idea was cinceived when bishops of as rriny jurisdictions, · then rifeiving financial assistance from the nalional church, decided Ihcy wanled lo plan Irujether. budget logelher and Ihtn agree belween Ihemselves hdw hcsl to spend one large agreed-upon sum from Ihe Executive Council. The birlh of Ctelilion N ended the condescending' missionary barrel" cq icepl of support for domestic m; ssionary areas. Icmbcr dioceses are Arizona, E|u Claire. Eastern Oregon, la ho, Montana. Nevada. North kola. Rio Grande. San port of some kind, according lo Bishop King. Feb. 2. has been declared Coalition-H Sunday. On thai day n special offering will be taken in the parishes .with proceeds earmarked for Ihe new (cam minislry being headed by Bishop William J. Gordon, Jr. .Bishop King said. Bishop King also noles on C-H Sunday. Ihe 13 visiting bishops will preach and celebrate al Boise area parishes. Bishop · Joseph Harte from Arizona will visil Ihe Meridian parish on C-H Sunday. The business sessions will be held al Boise's Owyhee Plaza wilh religious services at nearby St. Michael's Cathedral. lin. South Dakota. Western ., . · is. Ulah and Wyoming. Nature trips ... Dioceses of C-H meet PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad artnbally to establish one grant, (tjpo.. Papillon Tours will offer rejjKst^ lo [he Nalional ^Church j^y nahre trips into the hinterlands of Trinidad and French Guiana next summer. The lours, to be operated between July and November, include visits to the Asa Wright Nature Center in Trinidad and lie Royale of French Guiana. «st lo Ihe Nalional Church inj ead of individual ones. nSrescMlng Idaho will be the UC Rev/'Hanford L. King, Jr., bij op; The Ver.v Rev. Robert Brfc'tie, Si. Michael's, and the III . Dub .Slciling. of Ihe diil tsan staff. Trie Diocese of Idaho's budget appreciation to create an art program lhal would give Ihe public a well-needed moral lift. It was the committee's decision to select the world's raosl famous pointings from the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19lh, and Zflth centuries -- the best paintings of Matisse, Van Gogh, Gainsborough, Picasso, Gauguin, Titian, etc., and lo reproduce them in full color as perfectly as humanly possible and make them available lo Ihe public at a price within the reach of everyone. ABANDONED INI937 For some unknown reason, after a quantity of these beautiful reproductions were made, Ihe entire project was abandoned and this collection of perfect reproductions was stored in a Brooklyn warehouse, where Ihey remained undisturbed since 1937. The lost collection was "rediscovered" and leading lithographer! and art critics agree that the subject matter and quality of detail and robr reproduction is incredibly accurate. Over $500,000,00 had been spent to make engraved gla:$ printing plales These authentic orginal 1937 prints are literally collector's items and have been appraised by the American Appraisers Assoc. at $7.00 each print. Once Ihey have been sold, there will be no more available. A truly excellent art "investment" that makes a fabulous gift. AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC Now, after 38 year: these full color 11" x 14" (ave. si'e) prinls arc finally available lo the public ·t $19.95 for a collection of IS prints. Send cath, check or money order to: U.S. Surplus, Dept. B49 , P. 0. Eux 605, Tar/ana, Calif. 9 1 - 5 6 . Fully GUARANTEED. Certificate of authenticity fiven with each set. Master Charge and BankAmericard OK (give card number). JlmklAwil TM^l 0 ! J^ AND AIL OF TM BENEFITING PART.ES, WE WISH TO THE FAT LAMB AUCTION AND THE BAS - THE AUCTION ACTION GETS HOT AND HEAVY! 7th Annual Basque Dance Committee: Dr. John Beitia Len Mallea, CO-CHAIRMEN Pete Araquistain Ray Alegria Tony Gabiola Sav Uberuaga C.L C/iick Schomburg Sabino Goiiiandia Frank Ascuaga Larry Stewart Joe Arriaga George Goiri Antone Chacartegui Dick Bicandi Al Berriochoa DANCE CO-CHAIRMEN Dr. John Beitia and Len Mallea 7th ANNUAL FAT LAMB BUYERS: · TOP · J. R. Simplot Co. THREE · miis Shaw BIDDERS · MafHews Chevrolet; Ontario TRADITIONAL WEIGHTLIFTING Midwest Coast Transport Van Auker Construction Dakan Funeral Chapel' Idaho Bank and Trust .Western Stockmens Supply Dry Lake Electric Idaho First National Sank - Council, Eagle, Marsing Homedale, Nampa Hair, J 2th Aye Br.; Karcher Flahiff Funeral Chapel Caldwell Medical Group Idaho First National Bank - Caldwell and Parma J T Construction Co. Super Thrift Drug-Nampa Curt Hal Inc. Bowman Produce Superior Welding I.C.P. Construction Supplies Crooktiam Seed Felix Aramburu Treasure Valley Livestock Joe Larrea Trucking Ward Hamilton First Security Bank-Caldwell Ernst and Payne Kartell Farms Mike Carmen Ascuaga Farms Circle J Trailer Bank of Idaho Irrigators Lumber House of Bargains Boise White Truck Idaho Golden Farms Pete Tony Araquistain Sell's Service Parts Caldwell Electric See I Restaurant Office Lounge Nail's Mobile Treasure Valley Dry Wall Salmon River Co. Shields Seed Kelloggs Mills- Caldwell i Hampa Independent Ins.,-Jaxlewelien .. Barney Wlerson .Marsing Building Center M. Brasstield, American Oif-Nampa Dorsey Campbell Trucking Clyde's Place Goodman Chevron Boyd Harris Mt. View Equipment Bauscher, Nelson and Vail Kent Trucking Chertudi Trucking Mailea Pharmacy AnaiakDanok Caldwell Floral Bank of Idaho, College Branch Dr.Shannahan Troy Laundry Marcum Inc. Ida Best LM Livestock Transportation McCluskey Commisary StomiHanami Ted Hoots Canyon Hearing Aid Center Idaho Concrete and Pine RB Market Felix Amchustegui Trucking George Beets Heritage Seal Estate John Houston Dale Blank Anderson Signs Dick Wilson FAT LAMB FINDS A FRIEND ONE OF THE BIG TICKET BUYERS THE FLAG DANCE OINKARI DANCERS flit r-i ·.I* !' 1C ;f[ -II "5 P ·*. :U '('I ·IK T i( l n V

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