Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 27, 1976 · Page 7
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Taknt- The Idaho Free Press. Friday, February 27, 1976--7 -ov IT ,) ears Pills may cause liver tumors IN KI.KCA.VT GOWNS. Sherry Bloom, left, and Mary Keys strike an old-fashioned pose to suit the styles they will be displaying in the "Bits of Nostalgia" fashion show, tin- Salurday. .March 6. al 12 noon. Sponsored by St. I'oul's Catholic ladies, the aflprnoon will feature a luncheon, "nostalgic" fashions, and bridge and pinochle for those wishing to play Helping nature along after Ihe show. General Chairman Fran Robinson said admission fpe is J2.50 per person and reservations musl be made hy Monday. March 1. by calling her at -167-309:1 or Blanche .Swindell al I6C-U:I41. The affair will be held in Deinpsry Hall. Kir 15(h Avenue S. and the public is invited lo attend. iStaffPholo) Indoor plants need showers By Janet Tara {Seventh ola Series} Providing proper care for plants does lake some time and effort. But knowing the reasons for what you are doing nv:y help Single bliss WASHINGTON (UPli Staying single predominates among young, college-educated ·A'orr.en, according lo a Census Bureau study. It said 26 per cent of 25 to 3-1 year old women with more than five years of college training did not marry. The figure was 19 per cenl for women 35 to 44 years old. By comparison, only eight per cent of 25 to 34 year olds with only high school education remained single, and only tour per cent of the 35 lo 44 year olds covered in Ihe survey. develop your patience and determination Why bother to drain the excess water into the sink when it seeps through the bottom of the flower pot 0 Because Ihis rids Ihe soil of toxic salts and minerals lhat build up from tap waiei. iimiirai soil changes and the necessary fertilizers Iliat are added. Leaving the water in the saucer to evaporate doesn't do the job. The water containing the salts collects in the dish and rises back up into 'he pot as the soils dries. Why give plants a weekly shower, especially since hanging plants are so difficult to move? Mot only does this raise Ihe humidity level, but il has in- direcl benefils. Bugs and diseases are encouraged by dusty, dirty leaves. House plants are not in their natural environment; gentle breezes don't keep the surrounding air moving and rain never washes Ihe leaves The once-a-week bath is really a necessity, nol a luxury, although it calls for gentle handling of plants with long runners and leaves. You should change a plant's - soil approximately every two years 'whether or nol il needs repelling lo a bigger container. The earth gets "lired" and many of the nutrients washed away in watering are never , replaced, even with fertilizing. [NEXT: Hazards ) I "Indoor Gardening Guide" ! c. o This Newspaper 1 P.O. Box 489 Depl. E Radio City Station New York, N.Y. 10019 I'lease send me a copy cil "Indoor Gardening Guide " Knclosed is 75 cents. plus ?5 cents lo cover postage and handling Name .. Address Icilv State Zip _. Feb. 27, 28 from 1 0 - 4 Needlepoint demonstration set U)S ANCELES (DPI] Women who have taken birlh control pills for more than five years are more likely than others lo develop a previously rare form of benign liver lumor. according In researchers at the University of Southern California. "All women on oral contraceptives sliould probably be informed of the risk and instructed lo notify their physician of any pain in Ihe righl upper abdomen" or any noticeable swelling in that area, the report said. The report was prepared by Dr. Hugh Edmondson, a nationally respected authority on liver diseases, Dr. Brian Henderson and a nurse, Barbara Benton. It was published loday in the New England Journal of Medicine. A similar finding by researchers from the University of Kentucky appeared last week in the Journal of Ihe American Medical Association. Edmondson began Ihc research six years ago when he began receiving an unusually large number of liver specimens, from around Ihe country, for examination for adenomas, or non-cancerous lumors. Liver adenomas were rare before lhat. wilh the Mayo Clinic reporting only six in the previous 50 years, but Edmondson had received specimens from « women. Interviews established that City offers to train lady cops PHILADELPHIA (UP!) Although Ihe city says they don'l have the muscles and Police Commissioner Joseph O'Neill says God made Ihem different, about 100 women may soon become beat cops. The city, battling two sex discrimination suits il hopes to settle out of court, has offered to hire a lest class of 100 women lo train for foot patrol duty. U.S. District Court' Judge Charles !(. Wciner, who has presided; over Ihe consolidated trial of the two suits, which has been in recess for over o week, ordered representatives of the (wo sides to report on Ihc proposed' setllemcnl immediately.. The c j t y submitted the proposal ;lo the government as a possible settlement of Ihe suits filed by the U.S. Justice Department and Policewoman Penelope Brace. David Rose, head of the U.S. Employment Section of the department's Civil Rights Division, promised he would have an answer on Ihe acceptability of the city's proposal "in 2-1 hours." Under the city's proposal. Hie performance of the 100 women assigned to street duty would be evalualed over a 24-month period The results of (he study would then be submitted to Wciner. The proposed settlement also calls for allowing each of (he next five police classes of 100 recruils to include 20 women. The city's defense has been predicated on the contention that women do not have Ihe strength lo handle beal patrols. O'Neill has said in a sworn statement that women cannot hold police jobs traditionally held by men "because Cod. in his wisdom, made Ihem different." The eiiy also said if Inc settlement is agreed upon, they hope lo hire Ihe policewomen Ihis vear. many of the women whoso livers ' developed adenomas had been laking birlh control pills for longer than five years, the report said, particularly pills containing the meslranol type of synthetic estrogen. Henderson said similar lu- mors have been found in men who were given testosterone - a male hormone drug suggesting that Ihe problem may be present with all steroid drugs, the classification lo "·hirti hnth n v t r o ^ o n ·»'' testosterone belong. Tumors in .some of Ihe women studied diminished after they slopped taking birlh control pills, he said Henderson said federal regulatory agencies should pay more attention to the fact that more and more pills are taken continuously for years. Drugs are usually approved for usage on the presumption they will no! he taken for long periods of lime, he saiil Girls State tea to be held *. at legion hall in Meridiaiji Ira Crocker enjoys 100th birthday party MKHIDIAN - The annual (lirLs Slate Tea sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. ill. .Meridian, will be held al the American Legion Hall, al l::«) p.m.. March 3. The final selection of ihc delegates to Ihe I'JVfi session nf Girls Stale will lie made from a slate of eight candidates from Meridian high School. ,, Mona Dobaran and Becki Lee, 1975 Hirls Stale citizens and Mrs. Iton VanOrder, MHS counselor, will be guests. A representative Irom contributing organizations have been invited to allend Ihis meeting, announced Mrs. Wyelh Sclmeers. Girls State chairman. Maciome Pol Hangers Wall Hangings I Paintings NAMPA - Do you derive satisfaction, and perhaps a bit of a thrill from creating something useful and d e c o r a t i v e by uiurself If so. a demonstration being given at the Knil-Wiis store, al Bffil) Fairview in Boise, may be of interest. Mrs. Lassie Willman, fashion c o n s u l t a n t and slylist from Bin-ilia Crewel and Needlecrafl Company, will give lalch hook, kmlling and needlepoint demonstrations al Ihe Knit-Wils between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. today and Saturday. Mrs. \Yiltman has won many awards al arts and crafts fairs w i t h her own creations. She has also been certified by the National Standards Council of American Embroiderers and has taught stilchery for many vears, along with instructions in rug making, crocheting, crewel and neerilewcaving She will be available to answer questions, chat, demons t r a t e techniques and help anyone who wishes advice with selecting a project, "Creative embroidery." said Mrs. Wiltman in a recent in- t e r v i e w , "is enjoying a tremendous wave of popularity dear across the country. II Is quite evident that it is not only simple to dn. but is inosl interesting. Any woman who can do any sewing at all can create the most beautiful effects and experience the delight of having madesfimelhinc lovely with her own hands." She pointed ou' some of Ihe designs which lean toward Ihc contemporary in appearance and therefore lend themselves to practically every room in Ihe home -- pillows for boudoir, den and living room, wall hangings ami pictures. Mrs. U'itlman also called a t t e n t i o n lo Ihe convenient way embroidery items are now being packaged. The Bucilla materials, for instance, come as a complete kil .iliicb contains everything needed for a particular project - even the needle. Mrs. Willman will also be able lo advise on the finishing and care of needlework once it is completed. WE AT FLORA'S BEAUTY SALON Would Like To Introduce Our New Girl MARGIE ALLENDER FROM MARCH 1st-15th By Msf 1411-3rdSL8. OPEN MON.-SAT. 9:00-5:00 Worn x g f jid Evil ngi f LOU IELZEI JONES-CLAIBORNE INSURANCE 1116-1 Oth ST. SOUTH REPRESENTING UNITED/ REUANPF PACIFIC ' RELIANCE · SALE · SALE · SALE · IRA KNOS CROCKER eyes his elaborate birthday c.iko which was presented lo him for his Itnith hirlhcby'by his family at a reunion dinner helil al Ncjrth's Chiickwagon on Wednesday nighl. Tonight he will be (he gucsl of honor ;il a Ward party at Ihe Meridian 2nd Ward Chapel of Ihe 1.1) S t1ulrch - (SliiffPholo) MERIDIAN - Ira Enos Crocker celebrated his 100th birthday on Feb. 24, al the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kavoral Soderling of Meridian, with whom he lives. . Crocker was tiny and frail at birth, he says. His mother kepi him in an incubalor-lypc bed made from a shoe box and carried him with her wherever she went. The thought of him reaching his 100th birthday probably never entered his mother's mind, in fact, she may have been doublful of his surviving even a few months. He remembers his mother hiding him under Ihe bed while Ihe Indians watered their horses al their watering trough. During his lifetime he saw the railroad come lo Nebraska and w i t - nessed Ihe advent of Ihe automobile, airplane, radio, hard surfaced roads as well as most of our modern conveniences. Dut al nine years old he began milking cows, be added, and was a bard and dependable worker. Throughout bis working life he has been a carpenter, farmer ana a railroad worker, sometimes holding down the three jobs al the same lime. Crocker was born at Hooper, Neb., and made bis borne in the area of Fremont, Neb. until 1947. In that year, he and his wife moved lo Idaho. He worked al Ihe Anderson Ranch Dam for a lime. The Crockers built a house in Nnmpa, and resided there until Mrs. Crocker's death in 19GH. He has six children all living, including Orville Crocker. Hidgcfield. Wash.; Favoral Soderling, Meridian; Glesna Grigg. I'arma: Nova Hosdahl. Caldwcll; Rachel Anderson. Oklahoma Cily. Okla.: and Wilbul Crocker. Las Vegas. Ncv. He has 21 grandchildren. K great-grandchildren and a groat-great-grandchild is e x - pected in April. He has been a steady church member since he M'as converted lo Ihe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day- Saints. His faith has kept him active and interested in life. He reads Ihe daily news and watches (he television news alsn. He keeps up on the latest in politics and can carry on a lively discussion on almost any issue of the day. The family gathered fnr a dinner and reunion Wednesday evening. Today he will be honored al a Ward parly at Ihe Meridian 2nd Ward Chapel of the L.D.S. Church where be is a member. LAST CHANCE SALE! SALE RACK 75% OFF NEW ARRIVALS FROM HAWAII · PAPER SHELL NECKLACES · PUKASHELL NECKLACES · M A C R A M E B A G S SPRING MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY! LAYAWAYNOW i 1 ickms ·* DRESSES « CO-ORDINATES 720--16th Avenue South, Nampa IN THE MALLEA'S PHARMACY BUILDING · SALE · SALI · SAil · SAU · HOOVER SERVICE CLINIC TUNE-UP CHECK Cleaned Lubed Brushes Roller Axles Filtration Suclion MAJOR REPAIRS -REGULARLY$12.00 Now Through AAarch 7th ONLY $7.50 Labor -- Plus Parts FREEI E«tlm«1« On Mi|x Rtpilts All Work (k«c«nl««cl NAMPA SMALL APPLIANCE 523 HOLLY ST., NAMPA NEW PHONE NUMBER 466-4141. Yarn Consultant Arriving... 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