Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 8, 1976 · Page 8
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 8

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, March 8, 1976
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Tht Idaho Fret Press, Monday. March «. 1976-8 . STKV1-: KAIIIM-A. lell. business o f f i c e ' niatiiiKi'r ;iinl DarlriU' I'ornilles. insurance ·- :ii!ont Jl Mcii'v .Medical (enter, discuss subjects lu lie incliiiloil in Ilii 1 hospital's .Medicare Sriniiiur Tliursilav, .March I III). Medicare seminar set · 'NA.MH.A - A seminar tilled ·U'mk'islnnclmg the Medicare iU'rry-Go-llound" will lie presented by Mercy Medical Senior. Nampa. Thursday. %ircii 11. a I 7:30 () tn. ' The Medicare seminar is sponsored liy (he medical affairs n)id finance committees of Mercy's advisory board and Mill allempi in explain how ihe Medicare insurance program functions iParticipanls scheduled for the Medicare include Dr J. » ' Mar'cusen. family praciilioiipr. Carol Godfrey. Blue Cross of Idaho: Joe Kar pack. Kiiiiilaljle Life Insurance (Kunpany. Darrel Heiscli. chairman nf Mercy's medical affairs committee: Diiiine Huij!Q. chairman of Mercy's fln.-inco committee, and Oarlcne L'firniUos. insurance agenl. Morc Modical Center business jFeachers ottered workshop ;SA1.T I.AKK CITY - Snci.ll science teacher 1 : from junior :ind senior high sclnKils in Utah. Idaho and Nevada- rr.ay now ;iji{it\ lor aiTepi.inco in a rolnpi I'hensivc t w o - w e e k summer workshop nn the AniericvNi poliJif.'i! sstern The s i x t h linberl A. T u f t lnrti'.iJU' of (Itn cnunoru Seminar will be held it she I'nivrrsily nf I'l.ih. Jnni" 14-iV It is hemi! offered under a r'.eu gr:ir:t frot:-. th- Holjerl A Taf! lris:i(u:c ,»: rrouriirricnt in \eu ^ irk i i ! . . ;mr! will lie en- tpnnsi.rrd by Ihe l ! i n c k l e \ [ r s l i t u l c ul I'nlitii-s at (he iiiuyiThiU Thirtv-fHi 1 1 t e a c h e r s from i'tah. Idahu :ir,d Nevada will he .iccepfori as |Jarfjt'i|iar?ls. u'tth priorilx iiivrri lu IhnsL 1 \viin have had less Ihan l.i hnurs m collide- level political sciene trainins. AI Illi' wnrkshnp's cnnclusion. each piiiiici|j.inl will prepare a ItMclnn^ plan on a majni cnn cept cm'CTTd during Ihe session Participants uill receive four hours of Hraduale credit in I'ilher ediicalinn or political science for completing (he program. The seminar is designed lo develop .'in nppreciadnn of crinsliiulion.'il g'lvernmt'nt and the importance of pnlilics ami politicians in making Ihe system w o r k . Sessions arc conducted hy Incal and national political leaders, academic observers of (he political scene, and (he executive director of ihe Taft Instiiuie. The Utah einmar is one of 34 sponsored nationally by the Taft I n s t i t u t e , which underwrites participants' expenses beyond an initial $M fee and pays Ihe tuition for both Ihc in-si ale and out-of-stalc teachers. Applications may ho obtained 'rum Ihe Ifinckley Institute of \ . - M i e s . 251, Kponcer Hall. .vtrsily of'Ulan. Salt Lake ly. I'lah B4112. office. Mange said Ihe seminar has been expressly designed to help peupk' imdcrsund their Medicare. "The panel rcpreseiilativos will explain Ihe hospital admissions process, how jwlienls may find financial aid oulside Medicare and how lab. X-ray, and other diagnoslic care, logvlher iviih the physician's services, are handled." linage said. Medicare is. a lieallb in- surani'c program fur people 65 and older, and for many disabled persons. It «a» established by Congress in 1065 through an amendment of Hie Social Sccuiily Act. P a r t "A" of Medicare coverage involves bask- hospital insurance, while part "li" r e l a t e s lo payments for physician services. Panel members will provdc specific informal ion to aid elderly hospital patients and llieir children n, processing (heir Medic.irc forms. The seminar will he presented in she rour Seasons lioonis al Mercy. Admission is free and tin-re will be lime alloted for a |iieslxi and answer period. YEAR END SALE Marc/i /s the end of Terry's Fiscal Year. In order to reduce our inventory before the end ot our year we are putting a Sale Price on everything in the store. Many one-of-a-kind items. Hurry! Best selection will go fast. \ iui_pjcri-njr Single-Speed WLW1500P Washer · Peflof3ted tub lor improved washsh-liiy. thorough rinsing · NoAinVdrain hose · 2 waler-level selections · 3 wash-(empe/3iure seleciic'is · 2 soil-remo*al cycles « Porcelain enamel Nnish protects luband I'd · Aulornatic self*leve!mg DLB1550P Dryer with Permanent-Press Poly-Knit Settings 3 timed drying selections · Porcela-n-enarnel finish Removable up-Iron) lint Filler prolecls drum · Separate Coni/ol BOTH $ ONLY 425°? TERIRHrl HOME FURNISHINGS 112 13th Avenue South Nampa 466-2417 Mass feeding seen as problem BOISE ·- /\ Boise Slate University food services Iraining expert calls the nexl decade "critical" for Ihc quality of (he mushrooming mass feeding industry. BSU chief instructor LaVar K. lloff believes the quality of personnel and training for food service v/ork is still in a serious decline, compared to the exploding quantity of restaurants and mass feeding operations in the U.S. While industry sources predict thai mass food service will become the nation's number one people-intensive industry by 1980, experts like ofief lloff set- dining monotony and wasteful "gadgclry" ahead for the public if training procedures do not keep pace. He thinks a key answer is an expansion of trailing programs Life with papa NEW YOHK'fUPI)- Eighty- two per c;nt of the Americans polled in a survey said they approved of a father retaining custody of his children in a divorce settlement. Only 15 per cent felt the mother always should win custody, says Barbara Arback of the research department of the Life Insurance Institute. Three per cent did not know. In Ihc north central slates such as Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, 88 per cent felt fathers should get uslody. for food service personnel. Chef lloff points to the heavy demnnd for BSU food service graduates from the Treasure Vallev's restaurants and institutional food service companies as evidence thai ranre people will be needed in years to come. "There is simply a serious shortage of skilled personnel," ho says. Kesult of thai lag in quality personnel, says Ifoff, is an industry altitude that ranges from "lack of professional in- tojirily" to altempls to hide food service quality defects with "consumer brainwashing." Techniques of this kind, he says, include selling the public on gadgetry, over-decorated dining rooms, limited menus and unappetizing convenience foods as a "cover" for poor service and food preparation. "We finally are realizing (hat skilled people are still needed to run all the complex equipment properly, to reconstitute portions in a tasty and appetizing way," he says. DANIEL K. Campbell of Meridian has recflvfd the highest award in scouting btcointag an Eagle Seoul at a banquft held for Troop 30. of which he Is a member. He Is the son o( .Mr. and Mrs. Hruce Campbell, 2150 Nova l.ane, and attends Meridian High School. -He Is 15 years old. His scrvlcp project was raising money from a car wash and hay hauling to purchase the American and troop flags for the troop. A special award was presented lo his mother, a scarf with (href stars, each representing one of her boys «ho has made Kaglf Seoul. Mclaugh/m'sOWYHEE FIREPLACE SHOPPE HEARTHCRAR Wood Burning FIREPLACE All Matte Black finish. Price includes grate. RfG. S 189.95 $159 SPECIALS... · MALM Corner Model Wood Burning M44 9" Clearance from COT- bjsnblewall.Req.S50500 · MALM DUKE 30" Round Wood Burning Green piocelain dn-ih. Segular $294 50 *239 · PREWAY Wall Model Wood Burning ccmbushb'e wall. Red finish Rea $|75 15 .M39 FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES · Tools* Log Holders* Matches · Grates · Bellows · Log Lighters · Screen Doors · Glass Doors · Corn Poppers CHIMNEY KITS, too! WOOD HEATERS Many mode's lo choose f ioro. Prices S'aM :ro-n $22^5 OWYHEE SHEET METAL 1020-lsl SI. S., Nampa Sales Service 466-8401 466-5193 In which tlie marvels of telephony will be exposed for the gratification of the public! Starting with a Grand Tour tep/icne6enknrual of ihe Telephone Company, -.--ffff-ffig--_ Mountain Bell a pleasant time is guaranteed for all. March 10th 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 111--11th Avenue, South Qomplek Qonbol Office dours!'

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