Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 21, 1975 · Page 11
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DR. EVCKXE BUOW.N makes a donation to Ihe Heart Fund as area volunteers prepare (o give him hand-out materials about heart disease. From left arc Shanah .Michaelson, Nampa area Heart Fund chairman: Kosaime Dapsauski, corhairiiiiin: Jiianita Crawford. Canyon County chairman; and Dr. Brown. The heart Fund Drive will begin, with Heart Sunday Feb. 2;t. Volunteers are needed to participate in the drive and those interested are asked lo contact Ms. Mk'hurlsoti, -lti7-)M9. lifter G p.m., or Mrs. Dapsauski, 466' :1H - (SluffPhoto) the family today Nampa g by Heart Kv I'ennv Young NAMPA - 'Four-year-old Roxanne York was born will) a hole in (he dividing wall tewed) Ihe lower chambers of her heart, an imperfection thai slowed her growth progress ;iml failed lo give her proper circulation to maintain proper coloring. Not too many years ago, Roxanne might iiavc died Itecause of the defect, or would at least have led a life quite different from other children. Hut due to advancements mack 1 in cardiology through lesearch. children like Hoxanne are given a second chance. In 1971 Itoxanne,the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross York, Nampa, underwent an operation that surgically corrected the defect. And this year she was selected as Idaho's 1975 Heart Child, to represent the advances made in the area of cardiology. Much of the research that has helped children like Roxanne, has been" supported by the American Heart Association and local affiliates throughout the United Slates, including the Idaho Henri Association. Volunteers will be going door- to-door in Nampa giving out information about heart disease and accepting donations to further the work of the Idaho Heart Association, beginning with Heart Sunday Feb. 23 and continuing through Feb. 28, according lo local Heart Fund chairman, Shanah Michaelson. Ms. Michaelson said that 3.100 The Idaho Free Press. Friday, February 21,1975- 11 irl represents those aided Fund research programs B E D S P R K A D C L E A R A N C K SAVE 30% AND MORE SHEET CLEARANCE SAVE 30% AM) MORE SHOP AT SEARS AND SA VE! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK!! SEARS - CALDWELL ONLY!! SA TURDA Y, FEBRUARY 22ND. 9:30 AM TO 6:00 PM people in Idaho will die this year due In heart disease and another (.ZOO people will be affected by it. She said that approximately fight out of every l.OO'i children born in the United Slates have rongenlial heart disease. The Idaho Heart Association is working in conjunction with the American Heart Association lo combat the consequences nf heart disease. Money donated lo the Heart Fund is used in a variety of ways. Approximately II per cent of the money raiseil is used for management of . the association. Research programs receive 19 per cent of (lie heart dollar and 20 per cent of_lhe heart dollar goes into community service programs. One of the community service programs is h y p e r t e n s i o n s c r e e n i n g . Approximately S2.000 Idnhoans at more than 32 locations throughout the stale have been screened for high blood pressure. Twenty-two per cent of (hose screened recorded elevated blood pressures. The Heart Association also sponsors ;i rheumatic fever control program in conjunction will) the Department of Health. Public education also gets 19 percent of the heart dollar. The major responsibility of the Hoarl Association is lo increase public awareness of all phases of cardiovascular diseases. This is done III rough media coverage, speakers' bureaus, exhibits and educational leaflets and films and slides provided by (he Heart Association (o public and private concerns, according lo Ms. Michaelson. An extended program of the Idaho Heart Association is training in cardiapulinonary resuscitation iC.P.R.i. With (he use of the group's Hesusci- Annes. and Anythmia-Annes ilife-sizcd training dolls!, 16 instructors have been certified and have trained over 250 individuals in Idaho since ihe project's commencement. The life-saving emergency techniques were taughl to doctors, nurses, stale police, rescue squads, ambulance personnel, as well as other interested lay people. The Idaho Hear! Association is working in conjiinclic'i with the Governor's Sears 'CALDWELL ONLY! COFFEE AND END TABLE I CLOSEOUT... 1 SAVE 45% \ 20 ONLY! J Were*69.99to*189.S9 ^ALE" oj/to UU ^^ f5§ fStMg Sc?k Xl^f CALI Sears (WELL ONLY! ''flSIIHBIW^H SAVE 50% to 68% BlfflHtifif i on SEARS TOWELS MwWLR i WASHCLOTH A O C v : ^^^^^^^ : : ^^V f · ^r ^*^ * ·= J i-*" J W W(\*\ 99 f /VOJF HAND TOWE HUNDREDS OF SALE ITEMS W'nVJS,NOI QUANTITIES LIMITED w^IS is $1 12 V J_ LS . $142 V JL FURNITURE REDUCTIONS! Room Size CARPET REMNANTS! JLUE TRANSITIONAL SOFA $ -i rr A ·Only, Regular $249.99, NOW J. 4 J/ JOLD CONTEMPORARY SOFA ; fOnly, Regular $249.99, NOW. S 159 ILUE COLONIAL ROCKER-LOVESEAT $ OQQ Only, Regular $338.99, NOW Li\JiJ ( REEN CONTEMPORARY SOFA-SLEEPER 81QQ I · Only, Regular $249.99, NOW IZjiJ JOLD-GREEN CONTEMPORARY SOFA $ 97Q i .Only, Regular $319.99, NOW 4 | jj ! HNETTE TABLE AND CHAIRS i Only, Yellnw White, Reg. S261.99.NOW IELLOW WHITE DINETTE SET / Only, Regular $199.99, NOW. OLONIAL MAPI / -Only, Regular $109.99 STABLE ,NOW HE-MAN RECLINER 6 -art Best. Regular 8249.99, NOW. r 'RIPLEDRESSE BATCHING DOU DOUBLE DRESS! MATCHING MIRl (hlEENSIZEHE Regular $70.99, W.B. Da R,Reg. S310.00, Now S 199 S H9 S 79 S 199 S 2fi9 BLE MIRROR,fl e? . $58, NOW 8 49 3R, Reg. $200.00, NOW. . . QR,Reg. $58.00, NOW .. ADBOARD ySale ASSORTED END TABLES R 'gitlar $99 99 Each NOWONL Y SQUARE END T^ 2 -Only, Regular $89.99, DELUXE COFFE Key. $189.99, Sale Pricei IBLES E TABLE f fl / S 179 S 49 S 59 S 55 8 49 899 12x16.2 ORANGE SHAG Regular $236.29, NOW. 12x9.2 BROWN SHAG Regular $I26.B50, NOW. 12x11 BLUE PLUSH Regular $145.00, NOW 12x15 GOLD SHAG Regular $180.00, NOW 15 x 15 GOLD SCULPTURED Regular $149.86, NOW 12x9.7 GREEN PLUSH Regular S11S.OO, NOW 12x16 GOLD SHAG Reg. $215.82,NOW. 12x1 3.7 GREEN PLUSH Reg S21582 NOW 12 x 12.6 GOLD GREEN SCULPTURED, Reg. $266.50, NOW ........ 12x17 RUST KITCHEN Regular $158.00, NOW 12x26 BLUE SHAG Regular $287.00, NOW 12 x 24 GREEN GOLD SCULPTURED Reg $288 00 NOW 12x9 ORANGE PLUSH Regular $143 00, NOW 12x9.2 BROWN PLUSH Reg. $110 99, NOWOMY INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET Rluf nnlu Kfa S3 .Q.4 Runn'mn Ft {···^·^^····^·i^lHH^ mi 5 88 S 99 S 119 $ 99 , 8 89 8 169 S 161 j. \jj. $ 199 S 113 S 199 S 228 $ 97 S 73 $199 Ft A ·^^IHHH Caldwell minister begins new classes CALIJWKU- -- The Kaslcr season will be given new meaning for Ihe mentally retarded, hopes Pastor Jack Shifletl of Ihe First Regular liapl 1st Church in Caldwell, as a five-week scries of classes is initiated Sunday, March 2. Designed especially for the trainable retarded, (he special Sunday school classes will run Ilirough Easter Sunday. March 30. Persons knowing of individuals who would like lo attend are urged lo call Pastor Shillell at the church office, 45S-2137; or at his home. 454-1858. Twentieth-century problems in the home will be the topic of another series, running concurrently with the Easier , series, designed fur Ihe young adult and taught by Pastor Shiflell. "Home and Family Living" will be a study of stresses and strains in the light of Biblical (cachings. Covered in Ihe sessions will lie husband-wife relationships; sex educalionin the home: discipline; parent-teen problems; etc. Services al the church, located at 3120 South Montana, include Sunday school al 9:45 a.m.; morning service al 11: and evening service al 6:30. Committee on Emergency Health Services, and plans lo train 100.000 citizens in the arl of C.P.R. in a ihree-year-period. Another asperl of Ihe Idaho Heart Association is professional education. Over 9.000 physicians and nurses allended the annual scientific session of Ihe 'American Hearl Association lo keep abreast of the' latest scientific developments in the diagnosis and treatment of diagnosis and treatment of cardiovasclar disease. Ms. Michaelson said that in addition, the Idaho Heart Association circulalad tht medical journal "Modern Concepts of Cardiovascular Disease," free of charge on a monthly basis to every physician in Idaho. The Hearl Association also conducts workshops, symposiums and seminars on the various aspects of heart disease, including heart attacks, stroke, rheumatic fever, hypertension, atherosclerosis, and congcnlial heart defects. According lo Ms. Michaelson. volunteers are needed to participate in Ihe Heart Fund drive. Volunteers can contact her at 467-4939. after 6 p.m.. or Hosanne Dapsauski, area captain and co-chairman, at 4667387. IECAI NOTICE NOTICE TO B I D D E R S The Division or Purchasing lor ihe Slate of Idaho will receive sealed bids al Room i37 Uen B Jordan Building, 650 West Stale Slreel, Boise, Idaho, unlil March 5, 1975 at the time specified below, for the Eollowing: .Requisition Number 115 75 for Micro Film Reader Printer at 1 :\5 P.M. For Ihe Department ot Lands, Stalehouse, Boise, Idaho. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and place. Forms stating ihe conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from Ihe Division of Purchasing. DAN R. PIUK1NGTON Administrator Division of Purchasing Feb. 19, 20..2I. 1975 WASHII SATURDAY ONLY! OCCASIONAL CHAIRS 2 only, 1 gold, 1 green gold floral. Regular 149.95 YOUR CHOICE. $ 72 DAVENPORT LOVE SEAT terculon covered 1 set only Regular 399.95 MIS-MATCHED MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS PRICE RECLINERS 1 persimmon 1 green Regular 129.95 YOUR CHOICE. $ 58 NYLON DAVENPORT only Regular 299.95 . 168 BEDROOM SETS ALL IN STOCK OFF ZENITH CONSOLE lonly STEREO With AM/FM radio Maple Regular 229.95 $ 158 30 in. RANGE leff-cteaning. poppy color, small chip on corner of top. Reg. 399.95. LOVE SEATS 1 Green velvet 1 Nylon Covered 2 only Regular 229.95 128 uai.ft. REFRIGERATOR 1 only, poppy. Reposessed, used 2 months.' fieg. 469.95 TRASH COMPACTOR Frigidaire 1 only Slightly damaged Reg. 279.95. 188 FURNITURE ft APPLIANCE of CALDWELL LESS

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