Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 79
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 79

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, June 29, 1973
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•-{ C>2 The Arsons Republic „ Phoenix, Friday, Jme 29,1173 tt.--U.--JliLir «-*-"- -'*-A-» '"'--3 '7 ...fcii£*l-*Ti - -•*- •• .jl-jiJfc- - 1 -••.... ••- itt:.-..-_r.-tl-l ' i --r — .-t ALL EDITIONS ..- .. •••.••. Looking 'for aft idea for wards, he'll have fun gal- your 4th of July Parade? loping all around the house Try making this colorful, ift* or yard ..... and when his expensive hobby horse for horse gives out, he can al your young "Yankee ways make another! Doodle Dandy!" After* YANKEE DOODLE DANDY IVOU IOEEDI •NEWSPAPERS •CONSTRUCTION/ RAPER, CARDBOARD OR A PAPER BAG • SCISSORS • GLUE * TAPE •YARN 'CRAYONS OR MARKERS , 1973, Th« Register end Tribune Syndicate IVOU DPI I, P/MI SP\/eRAL SHtTETS OP K/EWSPAP6R tgfTGTMWlSE TO FORM THE BODV TAPE TOGETHER SECURELY £. MAKE THE HORSE'S HEAP (OR THAT OF ANY OTHER AHIMAL) FROM PAPER, CARDBOARD OR A PAPER BAG STUFFED WITH NEWSPAPER. ADD EARS, FEATURES, MANE, ETC, 3 ATTACH THE HEAD TQ THE NEWSPAPER RQDV WITH SEVERAL LAYERS OF tAPe 6ft"4T bGHTLY-DRAWN STRING. FOR A MORE PERMANENT HORSE. YOU COULD USE AN OLD BROOMSTICK OR A YARDSTICK FOR THE BODY. THE HEAD COULD BE MADE FROM TWO PIECES OF FELT OR OTHER STURDY MATERIAL SEWN TOGETHER AND STUFFED WITH SOMEtHINS SOFT. NOW PUT A FEATHER IN YOUR CAP.... AND YOU'RE OFF I Creative mothering By TERRI H. STANLEY Teeny scrips of soap •— good for nothing but slipping out of your hands to clog the . the young set drain — can supply a good afternoon's outdoor fun for Put a few slivers in a jar with warm water, shake well and you've got a good (and free) bubble solution. No bubble pipe? Fashion a wand out of a pipe cleaner or an extra-large twist-tie, or cut one out of an empty plastic container. THREE TIMES When Democrat Calvin L. Rampton took the oath of office on New Year's Day, 1973, he became the first governor in Utah's history to begin a third term. BUS TAXES Interstate bus companies paid a total of $121 million in taxes of all kinds in 1971. HEY LADY Chests Stools Rockers Tables Beds Shelves Chairs Cabinets Etc. BUY YOUR UNFINISHED FURNITURE at WOOD WORLD 4629 W. Indian School 269-8731 Open 9 to 5:30 Thurs. 9 to 9 FREE TRIAL OFFER! (Brants ANT STAKES Buy 12—get 6 more free! Money-back guarantee. At your garden supply center now! GRANT'S-Famous for 45 years • BUY OUR CORO PIERCED EARRING FOR 8.50. WE'LL PIERCE YOUR EARS AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. It's just that simple. You buy the 14k gold or cultured pearl earrings, we pierce your ears Friday June 29 from I lAM-8PMand Saturday June 30 from 10AM-6PM at Diamond's Thomas Mall and Park Central stores only Fashion Jewelry ~ diamond's i . • • Nurses open offices to provide home Health care By JULIAN tteVMES Kepbilt Mfettdl ISM* tn a joint statement Issued by th« National League for Nursing, the American Nurses 7 Association, and the American Association of Col* leges of Nursing, it was point* ed out that "nursing services are the keystone of health care delivery." A report by the secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare emphasized the need to extend the scope of nursing practice. In a step toward that direction, some nurses have opened their own offices to provide nursing services on a private basis. IN AN EXTENSION of that idea, the Upjohn Company of Kalamazoo, Mich., has organ* ized a nationwide facility called Homemakers to provide home and health care services. There is one office in Phoenix, at 2929 E. Thomas, and another at Tucson. A somewhat similar, yet different service is being Secretaries elect of ficers Louise Dunham is new president of Valley of the Sun chapter of National Secretaries Association. Serving with her will be Resells Dingley, president-elect; Francis Me- Farland, first vice president; Eleanor Peters, .second vice president; Carolyn Rocklin, recording secretary; Mary Barbee, corresponding secretary; and Joanne Naccaroto, treasurer. Aunt Hattie's new and exciting shops 1101 Stetson Dr. •H r«M«n« Ith !«•* IttHUilt Dally 10:00-5:30 for BEAUTY 5717 N. 7th St. 277-7241 Member N.H.C.A. Moym« Han»n, EUetralagiit marshaled here by Mrs, Jan Alsever of Phoenix. Called Community Home Care service, its aim is home health care as ah alternative, when practical, to hospitalize tion or other institutionalized care, Thrust of the program is three-fold: 1. It helps the pa* tient In some cases to avoid the high cost of hospital care. 2. By so doing, it frees hospital beds for acute and emergency use and, 3. It functions as a step toward early recovery, since the elderly as well as the very young seem to fare better, when ill, in the familiar atomsphere of the home rather than in the strange (to them) surroundings of a hospital. Homemakers, however, picks up where the hospital leaves off in the matter of the discharged hospital patient, or the chronic invalid. .IN ADDITION to registered and licensed practical nurses, the organization provides nurse aides and other specially trained paramedical personnel, depending on the patient's need. Also available are live-in companions for invalids or the elderly who are unable to keep house or do the shopping. An extension of that service provides housekeepers to do general house cleaning, washing and ironing. Further, there is a visiting house mother service to take care of things when the wife or mother must be absent for whatever reason. Such service ranges from meal, plan* ning to child care and even car pools, and is available on an hourly or live-in basis. All Homemakers personnel are carefully screened, bonded, and insured, and all health services are performed under the direction of the patient's own physician., Costs vary with the type of service rendered and some, but not all, are covered by insurance. It's best to check with your insurance company first. Furthermore, some of the services may be tax deductible, but again, it's best to check first. A tax consultant or the Internal Revenue Service can tell you. Homemakers is a newcomer to the Valley. According to Zone Manager Robert E. Baareman, it offers residents a two-fold advantage. One, of course, is to the patient and the other, Baareman said, Is to the nurse or para medical personnel who, for whatever reason, has been unable to "To these people," Baareman said, "Homemakers offer the opportunity to return to active participation tit the continue in his or her profes- health and home care fiefd on sion. "Where Fashion has no size limit!" SPECIALIZING IN: • Half Sizes 12Vz to 32V- •Large Sizes 38 to 52 •Tall Sizes 10 to 44 SPECIAL PURCHASE! Scenic Check Jacket Dress S26 SIZES 14'/2 TO 241/2 Summer ... sleeveless dress, blazer jacket for cooler evenings or indoors. Machine washable cotton/triacetate/polyester in red or. navy/white check. Use Lynn's • Charge •Budget •Master Charge •Layaway«BankAmeric ard | Open Daily 9;30 to 5:30• Thursday til 9 | 5033 N. Central at Camelbaek • 264-9885 a full or part tlme.basls." DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE CORNER GROUP H99 * Corner Table '33.93 * 2 Box Springs $ 69.93 set * 2 Mattresses '11.93 e Mfcfc"wwwwl*7 • MWH. 1515 E. Thomas Rd. 265-0151 266-8551 •a. •a. We Welcome Master Charge * BankAmericarrf CHILDREN'S Fitting quality iheet since 194 THOMAS MALL PARK CENTRAL NexttoS&H Next to Green St*mp« Pennay's 959-2230 277-1320 Open Monday, Thursday & Friday'til 9 P.M. GLENDALE 19th Avenue AGIendqle 242-4706 SALE ITEMS AT THOMAS MALL STORE ONLY Fantastic Sailings Selected Group Child Life Arch Feature Sizes 8'2 to 4, $O97 values to $17.99 7 Sizes large 5 to 10, $lf\97 values to $18.99 IU Child Life-Jumping Jacks-Moxee-Alexis Sizes8V:zto..l2 $T47 values to $13;99 / Sizes 12Vj to 4, $Q47 values to $15.99 0 $ 9 47 Sizes 4V* to 10, values to $16.99 LEARN HOW TO BE A CLOWN AT DIAMOND'S ANNUAL CLOWN SCHOOL. Come one, come all to Diamond's Clown School, where kids between the ages of 6 and 12 learn the Art of Clowning, Clown Make-up, Costumery, and more ,.. Classes are 1 hr. each, for 5 days, at each Diamond's store. Tickets may be purchased by mail for $3.50, which includes a make-up kit, diploma, and membership card, plus the chance to attend Clown Club activities throughout the year. For details, call Diamond's Special Events at 959-4400, ext. 360 or 326. Hurry and register! diamond's Diamond's Clown Schgol c/o Special Events Offjgit Thomas Mail, Phoenix, Arizona 85Q1$ ••t Please enroll children in your Clown Schopl. For each J child, I have enclosed $3.50. Total .. ;| Child's Name .,.,,' y^ Address _Telephone—, City. — Zip __ Child's age. Please check the time and 5-day session convenient for yp,i/j D Park Central D Thomas Mall D Tri City D July 25 thru July 27 D July 30 thru Aug. 3 D Aug. 6 thru Aug. 10 D 10AM to 11 AM D ll:30AMtol2:30PM D 1 PM to 2 PM D 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM "T \

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