Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 19, 1975 · Page 11
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Meanwhile stored by government 'Ilir lilnlin l''i cr |'r ess The Xi'ws-Tribunc, v. Kcliruary I!J, I!l7!i 1 1 KATIIV ll'KAl'OM llpfll. lieail nurse at Valley Meiliial Cenlcr'.s pediatrics department In San .lose. Calif., Imliis liny .Inlcne Krnrr t.angi. sole survivors nl srxtuplels Irani Dee. li. 'Iliey are uiclured during a press conference just Mure she was discharged from Hie hospital Monday. Wilb Idem are Jaime's iiarenls, Alvin and Charlotte l.imgc, anil her cousin, Wendy IVrry. :i. .lolene left Ihe hospital weighing slighlh more than five pounds. (UI'I I'holo) Hospital releases sextuplet ^ KAN J(ISK, Calif. lUPI) - j;Tiny Jnlene Hene l.ange, Ihe ! ; only survivor of sexluplcls born *'iu December, went hume from .the hospital Monday. !-j The infant, weighing jiisl |,undcr five pounds, look the '[commotion surrounding the t-cvenl in stride: She slept through it. ^ Hut it was a big day'for her ·i'mn'.hcr. Charlotte I.ange, 26, 'Who tnok a fertility drug and .tare nine babies who died, and ·thn father. Alvin Lange. .12. an armored truck driver. "Ail our hopes and dreams are in her," said Mrs. l.ange. "We've had lots of discouraging moments. II hurt quite a lot that we losl all our children. l!u( Jnlctic makes up for it." She told doctors, nurses and news ' reporters at Valley Medical Center that she was "looking forward to some peace and quiet" now that Jotenewas going home. The l.anges have turned twice to the fertility drug I'ergonal in hopes of having a family Mrs. l.angc's first of two pregnancies within H months resulted in the liirtli tif quadruplets, all of whom died. A second conception after taking the drug produced Ihe sexlnplets, but only Jolcnc, Ihc firsl born, survived. The Liingcshnpe. lo have more children in (lie future, but Mrs. I.ange said she wasn't sure if she would lake the fertility drug again. "It's hard tn say what we'll di right now. We just want to enjoy our daughter and lead a quiet life." she said. Livestock, Produce ·'· rilll'ACO iHI'li - Chicago .Mercantile | Kvhanno Musing price range: t)|x-n iligb Low Close Sales Live Callle ;Keb :IO.TJ .'tii.mi :!!i.-m :i:i.7r-.iin riu Apr :l7.nn :\7.:tn :«i3n :!7.:in .211 :ini :.Iun :H.IHI ' :w.2(i. :i7. in ;:t».lo-.ffl , ^ffl - ·' "Aiig :i".riti :i77fi :i7.in :i7.7n-.7fi :!lii tK'l :i7.ri :)7.r,(i :«i.«iri :lV.ru r,!i 11 )ec :i7rn :i7.70 :i7.ifi :t7.rrv.7ii in rro/rn |iork liellies I limit up across (he Vhnariii ?Kcb ra.4fi nii.4.-i r,r,.in rji.tsb IIIH [jMar iiri7."i Qi.ri? ir,.iv2 ia;.fi7h isari .May f7'ti Il7.ri7 I1I1.07 Ii7.r!7b lillii .In ii7.7:i i;?.!i7 I;I;.H:I ii7.'J7b 457 Am 1,111111 i,i,.'in ii:,'Hi;i i,i;ii:ii) m Kcb lii.nn ti-i.sii 11:1.40. ri4.rii] « .Itil.lKT. III. UH'li Livestock: . ..Callle :tun; slc;er : . and Jicifur,, sales in- sulticieiit In rstabhslrmurket', utility'cows Ui.5iMll.ini; euller-canner lil.lHi-lil.ini. Hogs 1,51111; trade modcralei barrows and gilts 2~-M tower: no 1-^ 2ll(i-ami Ib Hi.7S-4l.riti; nn I-;] 21X1-251) 11) 4[).lK)-4tl.7n: nil ^-S 2511-2711 II) :l:J.IH|.4U.IH]; no :i-4. 27ll-:l.i« 111 Mtm-na.tii). _ The couple said they may also try lo adopt a brother or.sister for Joiene. i "One Ihing we don'l want Is for Joiene to be an only child," Mrs. Lange said. Doctors said the child will undergo routine checkups, but no special foods will be necessary. Metals NKW.YOKK (UIMI-Korcign and domestic gold prices Tuesday: ixiiidon Morning fixing IHH.4IJ down 1.10. Afternoon fixing 1BI.MI down O.SO. ' . Paris free market IBOidown 2.7:1. Frankfurt IKII-'JK down 2.111. Xurich 17!l.5i) down li.im. New York Handy and Harmon, noon IB1.25 ilnwn II.IK). Kngelhard, base price for refining , set,l\ing...andj tabric;iled'gblrl 181.SO down 3.IX). per troy ounce; selling price, lubricated gold lSii.04 down 11.07 per trov ounce. Handy and Ilarniiin Tuesday quoted silver at $4.445 per fine ounce, down 4.5 cents. MACCO METAL BUILDINGS WE HELP YOU PLAN AND DESIGN BUILDINGS TO FILL YOUR NEEDS! THIS FREE DESIGN SERVICE THROUGHOUT ICowmofTtG 2i6frliwrt Spbi)i letid ^. Hllghl]4'CkarM«) WmiORPHONEKRRRIWOMUnON MAIL COUPON NOW! MAIL COUPON TO: MACCO METAL BUILDINGS SAVE TIME! MONEY! LABOR! Nixon papers await library WASHINGTON HUM) The government has ngrccil In kcc|i ii new hatch nl Uic-tiiinl M. Nixon's prc-prcsiitcnlial papers iiiilil they can In' Ininsrvrrt'il iiiln a serial Nixim Library, a spiki-simm inr licncral Si'r'vicc Ailminislriilion said Tut'sday. Tin 1 s|x)kesnmn said sumo I,mil cubic feel of papers dating (nini liMti, when Nixon lirsl was elected to Congress, to I!K«, when lie was elected president, will lx slorcd at a facility at l.aguna Miguel, Calir. The $19 million Laguna Nigucl facility was obtained last year by Ihc government in an exchange of surplus defense malerials wilh llockwcll Industries There were complaints at that lime that the building had hecn ;;c(|iiircil solely for Xixnri's p;i|icrs, but a spokesman said il also will IK* used for federal offices and lo house other properties of (he National Archives. Nixon, who donated some of lire-presidential papers lo Ihe government in 19C9 and subsequently ran into lax troubles because of it, offered a new ·batch of Iliem in a Idler dated Jan 2H. GSA Adminislr.ilor Arlhnr F. Saippson accepted the offer and Hie stipulations which jS'huii uiillinnl in Ins Idler. In Ihi- letter, Nixon "tiered In make the papers "available fur the purpose of study and research as Ktxui as possible rind lo Ihe fullest extent possible." Hut he reserved Ihe right to impose restrictions nn hew Ihe papers are used and asked that they be kept "reasonably accessible" lo his home in San nrinenU 1 . Ciilil. Nixon alsn stipulated that "upon completing of the Ilich- ard Nixon l.itirary ami its acceptance by Ibe Unilwl Slates, il is my present intent In deposit Ihe material in the library." The library was not expected In he constructed anytime in Ihe near future. A foundation which Nixon established in 1%9 In generate (Inflations lor Ihe library has been disbanded. A (ISA spokesman suirt Nixon's stipulations were no different than those made hy previous presidents. He also indicated the material covered by the .Ian 2H letter dues not include any u\ Ihe nun- presidential materials recently released lo him by a federal cuurl »r any of Ihc material which hcilnnaled In the National Archives in IHtfJ. Doctor swamped by injured birds SANTA CKUH, Calif. (UI'I) A bald caglo that underwent a two-hour operation for a broken leg is recovering - bill Ihe doctor who drilled him is being .swamped wilb injured birds nf prey. Thunder, a ^-year-old eagle with a six-foot wiiigspan, hud its leg set wilh a steel plate last month by Dr. .lames lioush -the first operation of its type. llul since Thunder's lre.nl- 50th birthday - KXOTA, Oilumbiii (UI'I) ·- The Colombian international airline Avianca observed iLsS5tli anniversary in December, The oldest airline in the western liemisnhere, il began . service wilh two Junkers hydroplanes. Its current fleet includes 18 Boe- intf 707.720 and 7Z7 jetliners, and Iwn Avrn turbo-props. moil, lioush has been flooded wilh persons bringing him in- jureil birds such as hawks, falcons and even an enormous golden eagle lhal bad been shot in Hie foot. The veterinarian says he has joined a project wilh University of California ill Santa Cruz students lo breed rare birds of prey in captivity and set them free in the wilds. He hopes to initially work wilh five injured peregrine Falcons being held by Ihe U.S. Department of the Interior. Once abundant nil the ..West (.'oast, only about a dozen pair of the swift birds arc lefl. "We mighl be able lo do a little toward stabilizing their population with medical treatment, hut breeding in captivity is Ihc best answer, if we can prove them able lo survive after they're turned loose," said Itcush. We'll help you cash in on cash crops (ruir h 'Mii.s isniirsjiruiilK krinw l!ir |i'iri-nli.i|. I fir in IKr l.-nirl [l.,i,k Iniins I iiritMlimi. iin|irnv' mrriK ill Himrl.m-r.lMr Mill". - f f itinil 1 ID s unnjlir- skill l.ui:.il pin iilirluiTi'^iii'' t llirlii ffiril. llliUlli 1 ! , 1 l l T - ' l l . pITMIII.ll ir'finty lliili^ VM 1 r l f i We Vr-1. llii'S'iil. l.ind pun li-ivi-,. IrvcliiiH. insiiliil:i1ii)iicif nlhrr ili-lil. r:niy unrllnvlnlr [iiir|Kisr. LA7MDB7VNK 215 So. 5th Ave. CALDWELL Phone 459-8081 OPENFRDAYT19PH MON.-SAT. 10-7, SUN. 12-6 180 NUIPA- CALDWELL BLVD. BOISE COUNTRY STORE

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