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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Cazrttr: Kri.. .May 2-1. 1971 The Odds Were Against Her Two sets of triplets in o family ore more than an armful, but Mrs. Charles T. Perez of Poeble, Colo., gave birth to her second set on April 23. The odds for such a birth in one family are more than 41 million to one, but she did it. Mrs. Perez, left, and her son Vincent, 9, hold the new arrivals, from left, Stephen, Victoria and Patrick. Christopher, Christine and Carolyn are the 8-year-old triplets. AP Wirephoto Golf Squaw Creek Medalist honors went In Mrs. David Johnson on IS holes and Mrs. Jim Williams on 0 holes in guest day golf played Thursday. Guests. Mrs. J. W. Weik and Mrs. W. D. Schwitzer, tied for medalist. Another guest, Mrs. Don Can- field, won the day's prize. Other member winners on D holes were: Mrs. Richard .Spacek. championship; Mrs. Burton Boudreau. presidential; Mrs. William M. Green, A; Mrs. Albert Soukop. B; Mrs. James Wescott, C: Mrs. Tom Peterson, no handicap, and Mrs. Louis Stolba, the clay's prize. Approaches were sunk by Mrs. Welk and Mrs. G. L. Phillips. Hostesses to the 45 players were the Mines. Larry Snodgrass. James Ward, jr.. Johnson and Charles Lager- strom. Twin Pines Mrs. AI Cline was medalist Thursday with 66 women play- ing. Flight winners were Mrs. L. W. Haerther and Mrs. G. R. Hotchkiss, championship; Mrs. Owen Winterberg, presiden- tial; Mrs. Ed Lasko and Mrs. Gilbert Knott. A; Mrs. Harold Jorgenson, B; Mrs. Max Scott, and Mrs. James Sigmon. D. Mrs. Lasko sank an approach and the day's prize went to Mrs. James Landenberger. Hostesses were Mrs. Knott and Mrs. James Hermann. Elmcrest There were 110 women play- ing Thursday. Taking medalist honors on 18 holes was Mrs. Robert Young. On holes medalists were Mrs. Joe Colin and Mrs. Ted Ruffin. Flight winners on 18 holes were Mrs. Young, championship; Mrs. Boi) Smith, A. and Mrs. Bert Fitton. B. On 9 holes winners were Mrs. Ruffin, cham- pionship: Mrs. Veril Lagle. A; Mrs. Harold Sovern, B; Mrs. Jack llten. C, and Mrs. Don Barrigar. D. Mrs. Gerald Johnson, Mrs. Lagle, Mrs. Sam Colin and Mrs. Joe Colin had birdies and approaches were sunk by Mrs. Young, Mrs. Tom Chukas. Mrs. Lagle, Mrs. Dave Naso and Mrs. Ken Madson. ANNA ARNOLD MARKS 102-YEAR BIRTHDAY INDEPENDENCE Friday marks the 102-year birthday of Anna Arnold who resides at the Happy Valley nursing home. She was born in 1872 in Conn township, Buchanan county. Society TOr Women Features Islands in Population Trouble Despite Birth Control Plan By Arnold Zcitlin MANILA, The Philippines (AP) Despite five years of a model birth control program. Philippine women seem to be having more babies than ever. The fecundity of the Philip- pine woman is rising, accord- ing to the preliminary figures of a survey reported by Dr. Mercedes Concepcion. the country's most eminent demographer and director of the University of the Philip- pines institute of population. "We seem to have had some success in encouraging women to marry later in said Dr. Concepcion, "but they seem to respond to this by having more babies." Eighf Children According to the figures, which Dr. Coneepcion and other family planners emphasized were preliminary, the Philippine woman has about eight children in a life- time. A similar survey in 1968 showed her with six children. Dr. Concepcion conceded the new set of figures reflect more accurate survey work. But, she "We thought that if the figure did not decline, at least it would remain the same." Dr. Concepcion's memoran- dum on the survey has provoked deep soul-searching among family planners here. It has also illustrated the dif- ficulties even model birth con- trol programs face in the developing world's struggle against rising population. ELLEN PETERS FETED AT KITCHEN SHOWER Mrs. Warren McAllister of Solon was hostess at a kitchen bridal shower and buffet supper Wednesday evening given for Miss Ellen Peters. Twenty-five guests shared the courtesy. Miss Peters, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Peters, 371 Easlland drive SE, is the June 15 bride-elect of J. Robert llten. son of the Eugene Iltens. 3200 Twelfth avenue SE. "We've had about one million said Dr. Conrado Lorenzo, head of the government's commission on population in a reference to the Filipinos who have said they were practicing family plan- ning. "It seems that something has to be happening. "Even if we assume that it is true fertility is rising. I am comfortable that we have the right approach. It only means we haven't done enough." Population here, thought to .grow by at.least 3.01 percent a year, passed the 40 million mark last year. Demographers predict that, if growth is unchecked, this poor country with an annual per capita in- come of S240 will be trying to support 90 million by the end of the century. U.S. Aid The birth control program is well supported. U.S. Agency' for International Development (AID) provides more money for Philippines population con- trol than for any similar program in the Dr. Lorenzo estimates U.S. assis- tance this year at S6 million to S7 million. The Philippines es- timates it will spend a total of more than million, includ- ing U.S. help. The government has backed the program. Imelda R. Mar- cos, wife of President Fer- dinand E. Marcos, personally solicited a SI million private contribution for the S2 million new headquarters for Dr. Lorenzo's commission on population. Even the Roman Catholic- Church, to which 85 percent of Philippines claim to belong, has cooperated as long as the government included the rhythm method of birth control in its "cafeteria" policy of of- fering families a voluntary choice of all methods of birth prevention. Sterilization Measure Slung by the inclusion of sterilization in a presidential decree on family planning, the Church is showing signs of mounting its greatest opposi- tion in years to the program. In a pastoral letter, the Church's bishops have ordered Catholic medical personnel to refuse to participate in direct abortion or contraceptive sterilization. "We are said the bishops, "about the current massive campaign to talk couples into accepting a number of mechanical and chemical contraceptives The Church claims the Philippines is on its way to en- forced sterilization as a population control measure. Dr. Lorenzo, Dr. Conception and Information Secretary Francisco S. Tatacl met Church leaders at the end of February to assure them no coercion was intended. But Church officials point out the growing emphasis on such procedures as vasec- tomy in family planning publicity. In the meantime, social scientists, such as Prof, (ielia Castillo, who works among rice farmers from her post at the University of the Philippines in Los Banos, believe most parents see children as a form of old age insurance: The more children they have, the greater their chances of being comfor- table in old age. IN PROGRESS Carriage House Annual FLOOR SAMPLE SALE SAVE from 10% to 50% OFF Selected Items from Our Display Many One of A Kind Selections ore Limited Choose From Carpet Sofas Chairs Drapery Mattress Box Springs Miscellaneous Items Sale Must End Saturday, June 1st STORfc HOURS: Tuos., Wcdi, Fri., Man. and Thurs, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Closed Sunday Traditional Interiors by Ethan Allen 1170 TWIXT TOWN BD. HI-CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA Canvenlonl Tormi Phono 377-6364 Youth Symphony Auditions for membership in the Cedar Rapids Youth Symphony are scheduled Sat- urday in room at Washington high school. Audi- tion hours are from R lo noon. Rehearsals for the concert July 21 will be on Tuesday evenings from 7 to starting June 18 at Kennedy high school. Personalized Service! FOR WOMEN DOWNTOWN 108 ie Tower TOWN I COUNTRY Shopping Center Sweet Adelines Install Officers The Cedar Rhapsody chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc.. in- stalled officers Thursday evening at a meeting held at the Longbranch supper club. Installed as president was Mrs. Ron Staiey, 3708 Center Point road NE. Other officers installed were: Mrs. Lynn Ballard, vice- president: Mrs. James Prewitt. recording secretary; Mrs. Dick Mills, treasurer, and Miss Jo Bador, corresponding secretary ON THIS DATE in Queen Victoria of Britain was born in London. 'II Never Slip Back To Being Fat' Ify Itonald Thoiusun NOTTINGHAM. Knglaml "I feel beautiful. I'll never slip back In being fat." Shirley Turner said Thursday .is she revealed that her jaws had been uncenienled. ending a iniinlli slimming nrdeal. Doctors and ilrnlisls had in- stalled a silver clamp lo hold her leelli together last Xnveinher to stop her insatia- ble nibbling and it uas removed Wednesday. Hie 3K- year-iild hnusewife said. Mrs. Turner, mother of two teenage daughters, lost pounds through the liquid diet' she was forced to follow, drop- ping from 'J47 pounds to l-lli. She said she still hopes lo reach her "bikini target" uf Klli pounds by the time she and her family go on vacation at the end uf June. "I know it." she said. "I'll never eat bread and potatoes again in my life." Hurls To Smile "1 would smile if I could, but it hurts too she said. "You have no idea how tender my jaws feel after six months being jammed together." Doctors at Nottingham General hospital decided to remove the clamp after Mrs. Turner complained of agonis- ing pain in her lucked jaws last week. "The pain was red hot, my face fell swollen. I couldn't she said. "It appears that the silver plate holding my jaws together had slipped and was setting up an infection." The doctor who examined her at the hospital said, "1 think you've had enough." An upper and bottom silver plate had been cemented to her own teeth and locked together by a clamp. The plates had been taken out for cleaning once or twice during the six months but she was not finally freed of the contraption until Wednesday. Its removal took 45 minutes and she said, "It was murder." Unrecognizable Mrs. Turner is almost unrecognizable from the ex- Bridge Mitchell movement winners in a game played Thursday at Noelridgc Park Christian .church were: North-south Bruce Cuthbcrtson and Mrs. R. W. Vater. first, and Mrs. Ken- neth Touro and Mrs. John McCallum. second; east-wesl Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Mary Barley, first, and Mrs. Richard Koenig and. Frank Zeman. second. The next game will be played at Thurs- day at the church. West Side Club Winners in a Jiowell movement game played at Thursday at Welly-Way were: Mrs. R. W. Vater and Mrs. Ruth Helm, first, and K. C. lixon and Roger Welly second. The next game will be played Sunday at at IVelty-VVay. mmmm good Good Sat. Sun. May French Ice Cream 97' Gallon Reg. "If iff comes from o cow it's better it It's Dairy Did you know we The Real Thing! Plain No Preservatives No Stabilizers All Stores Open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. 1526 First Avo, NE Center Pt. Rd. NE 408 Edgowood Rd. NW 2030 Sixth St. SW 3219 Ml, VornonRd, SE Phono 365-3206 Shirley Turner, 36, of Nottingham, England, shows a dress she wore six months ago when she weighed 247 pounds. She achieved her present 146 pounds by having her jaws clamped in November to stop her eating solid foods. She has two teenage daughters and the family is due to go on vacation shortly, by which time she hopes to reduce to her target weight of 1 36 pounds. Ira-large lady who began Hie harsh slimming regime llial won attention around the world. The enforced diet of fruit juice, soup and concoctions of beaten eggs and dried milk worked a minor miracle. "I'm glad I did it." she said, "bill I wouldn't recommend il to anyone else." Mrs. Turner said she will stay under the care of a hospi- lal dietitian for the next few months and has been told not to eat any solid food until Sep- tember. 1 She also paid tribute to her family for helping her through many low points of her ordeal. Her NeiLJs ajrain engineer, and her daughters, Susan, 17, and Diane, 14. are students. "Funny Mrs. Turner said. "The hospital cemented my jaws on Princess Anne's wedding day last Nov. 14 and freed Ihcm on my husband's lifilh birthday yeslerday." What did her husband, him- self a hefty 210-pounder, say when his wife told him her jaws were free? Mrs. Turner forced a tiny smile and replied, "Ikysaid it was about time." SLUMBER BAGS Reg. 10.97 THREE-SPEED 20" BREEZE BOX FAN Reg. 76.97 9% 96 Enjoy cool broeies oil summer! Remove stole oir. Keep comfortable! 3 speeds for the degree of coolness you wont. Ro- toryswitch. Safety guard. Stands on floor or toblo. 60" Rigid Poly Play Pool Reg 7.44 Extra-Sturdy, Rigid-Construction 96 Plastic 60" Diamotor Armstrong inl Mats lindale Plaza   

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