Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 13, 1976 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, March 13, 1976
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Valley weather Mostly fair weather prevailed ,over Idaho Friday except or some v ar i ab | e high jj^ High temperatures ranged from near 30 degrees in Ihe u ;, Snake River Valley t o , he . ·lOs m the vallevs of south- western Idaho and lo the lower o«s in the Lewislon area. Lows · his morning were in the teens in . t h e Idaho Palls area and ·generally in the 25-35 range elsewhere. . A weak frontal system is now ,,' moving southeastward through , northern Idaho, producing a few . snow showers, mainly in the . panhandle. This front' was ex,. peeled lo pass through southern Idaho late today, bringing with it considerable cloudiness and a ,.few showers which will be ( mainly confined lo Ihe mountains. Windy conditions are .' expected at time through the weekend, especially in the southeastern section of ihe stale. A much more potent storm is rapidly approaching the Washington and Oregon coasts This storm will spread showers of light snow over Idaho late -.lonight and Sunday. II will be raining at times in the lowest /valleys of southwestern Idaho. ·.Snow accumulations are e.x- . peeled to be locally heavy in Ihe ;;mounlams on Sunday. The high temperatures today . will range from near 40 degrees · in the upper Snake lo the lower '50s in sections of southwestern Idaho. Maximum temperatures ,'Sunday will drop about 5 ^degrees lower. Minimums Sunday morning are expected in 'the 2l)s and low 3l)s. Today's Weather Ann Landers The Idaho free Press 4 The News-Tribune. Saturday. March 13.1976--? Question on hearing aids welcomed i' \ Dear Ann Landers: The(eller and (he inability lo move about from Ihe mother ot the young freely. 1 know many readers will boy who were an cyi| 'patch recognize these symptoms in prompted me to write. 1. can't themselves, bul don't realize understand the woman's qnger they can be helped. Unfor at being questioned abpu(' hei ' SNOW ACTIVITY is forecast lonlfihl tor the Great Lakes area and parts of Idaho with rain in Oregon and southern Texas. Mostly fair skies are expected elsewhere. Albany Albuquerque Atlanta Bakersfield Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Caldwell Charlotle Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas Denver Des Moines Detroit Fairbanks Fresno Helena Honolulu Indianapolis Kansas Cily Las Vegas High 36 46 62 70 22 43 34 88 46 46 61 56 59 62 67 31 50 62 18 66 31 77 62 53 58 Low 28 25 56 ·18 6 35 30 72 35 31 53 24 31 38 38 21 18 32 6 49 20 58 30 19 36 l.os Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minneapolis Nam pa New Orleans New York North Ptotte Oakland Oklahoma City Omaha ' I'alm Springs Paso Uobles Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland. Me. Portland. Ore Rapid City Red Bluff Reno Richmond, Va. Sacramento St. Louis Entertainment Calendar Art EXHIBIT: The 40lh annual exhibition for artists in Idaho will open Sunday. March 14. at Ihe Boise Gallery of Art. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday. 10 a.m. -to 5 p.m.; Wednesday. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.: and Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. The gallery is closed Mondays. EXHIBIT: "Children's Art From Around the World" is nnw on display in the Jewell Auditorium foyer on the College of Idaho campus weekdays. CLASS: Boise Gallery of Art will offer a drawing class for children ages 9-H. daily from 10-12 a.m.. Mar*h 'Hi-19'.A · pottery workshop for children ages 8-15 will be offered March 15-19 from 1-3 p.m. Call the gallery for reservations. Music CONCEHT: The 25th Army Band will present its 14th annual concert at Jewell Auditorium on the College of Idaho campus March 14 at 8:15 p.m. Admission is $1.50 per person wilh proceeds aiding Ihe Rotary Club scholarship fund. Films i COUNTRY THREE 9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. Monday - Saturday SAT.- SUN. ONLY! SftT.- SUN. ONLY! A young girl tunw'a fttewtahip with · pig and a «ptter kit? a Wiukx* ·*«**·. M, . cwttv*** "·««·« t«»». .0 * HM ****-***** ***** EB. Wife's ,.E»1*ninef.Ji. G "^-TjB.. Tilim in i i ··'"· ; ) jjjfl^l ·how Tl«m, 1:00-JiM 71 62 72 77 5C 39 47 82 40 22 67 56 50 72 68 44 66 56 34 54 27 72 52 CO 69 69 Cancer deaths HOUSTON I UP!) - The American Cancer Society predicts 370.000 persons will die from cancer in 1976 and more than 10 per cenl of those will be from the Stale of New York. The sociely predicted 37.700 persons will die in New York from all Ihe different lypes of. cancer. California will have the second highest number of cancer deaths, with 34,500. Roth stales also will lead in Ihe number of persons contracting cancer, the sociely predicted. In New York, 70,000 may contracl Ihe disease, and in California Ihe sociely predicts 13.000 persons will gel cancer. son's "problem." l)oes)i't she know that people are naturally curious nbout such things? Our seven-year-old son wears two hearing aids. People ;ire c o n s t a n t l y asking me what happened lo him. I don't mind (heir questions at all. In fact, I find it a wonderful way lo educate folks -- especially children. I compare hearing aids lo eyeglasses because it helps lake the mystery oul of it. 1 always end up telling them how fortunale our son is because there arc so many woise things that can and do happen to people. Hecaiise our son hears he speaks openly lo everyone who asks. He has adjusted to his handicap beautifully and is nol the least bit ashamed. -Another Poinl Of View In San Diego Dear P.O.V.: Your attitude is generous - (o say the least. I still feel lhat a person who asks such questions, particularly in Ihe presence of a handicapped child, is insensitive! and thoughtless. + + t- Dear Ann: Please ask your r e a d e r s , e s p e c i a l l y psychiatrists, if Ihey can throw some light on a cure for my problem. It concerns nervous anxiety and house-bound people -- those of us who become fearful in crowds, stores, buses and cars. 1 suffer from panic allacks, fear of leaving familiar sellings MOVIE: The movie "Badlands" will beshown Wednesday, March 17. at 8 p.m. in Jewell Auditorium on Ihe College of Idaho campus. Admission is 75 cents for senior citizens and SI for Ihe general public. Arrivals increase GENEVA (UPh - World lourist arrivals reached 213 million in 1975. up nearly two per cent over the previous year, according lo preliminary estimates by the World Tourism Organization. WTO said total receipts from i n t e r n a t i o n a l tourism, not including fares, rose to $31.9 billion, compared with J29 billion in 1974, an increase of 10 per cent, due mainly to rising costs and dollar fluc- lualions. " 'SdpeMrufck Driver! "HEAVY LOAD" ' Stilting Big John Plus Co-Hil 'DELUXE SHORTS Coming soon.'! "DEEP THROAT" * "The Devil In Miss Jones" . 2 N D SHUSH WEK! TOP mm RATED XXX Undc, UHotHmitteJ CLOSED MONDAYS DOORS OPEN AT 5:30 454-1731 Itar Polron: II you would be of er.ded by a film of a sex*o1 rotuie your pafro.-.ags it nol icliciled. Tht Management Mahogany -Plus- 'THEDOVE" . FIKUECTINCM-CMNUUIS 'BIG BUST OUT" CINEMA 1. Mahogany [WHVISOl T'-nes V 5 0 - S O D - I O 10 CINEMA No. 2 "THE WINDS OF AUTUMN" ALL SEATS $1.00 KIDS' MATINEE SAT.-SUN. Jowph aUvlne PrewnU "Trinity Is Still My Name" OMSHOWING ONLY AH:1i EVENING PROGRAM IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE WARS WILL NO CONGER EX'ST. OUT THERE Will OE PBTBRSeiLBRS "UnoeRCOveRs MM.44MUI Innately, some psychiatrisls do nol acknowledge the existence of Ihe problem. Any word from you will be greatly appreciated. -- Worcester, Mass. Dear Mass.: The anxiety symptoms you descrihe are so fundamental I cannot conceive of ii psychiatrist who would nol acknowledge (heir existence. Start again to conquer your illness. You need another therapist. Check (he menial health facilities in your cily. There are incompetent plumbers, salespeople, a u t o mechanics and psychiatrists. Dear Sanorwtmeblowmy own nose, please! Joaeph E.Levlrm Presents NN They Gall Me Trinity" horsing around. 1 HEBQ ' ?-Q]-10 SI |S«I OH T | hushand look early retirement and 11 is aboul lo drive me nuts. My main complaint is his cronies who come over here nighl and day. They play cards a tot and turn Ihe place hlue with cigarel smoke. Neither my husband nor 1 smoke. Frankly, I hate to have my lovely home smelled up with tobacco. Do you Iliink it would help 1 if I removed all the ashtrays? Perhaps if Ihey saw no ashtrays around they would take the. hin«. What do you say -Like Kresh Air Dear Air: forget it. If a nicotine addict doesn't see an .ashlray, he will put (he eigarel ashes in his pants cuff, -the nearest polled plant, or he'll ask for a dish. Since Ihe cronies are card players, why nol tell (hem lo please confine their eigaret smoking lo the room Ihey play in? 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