The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 24, 1996 · Page 22
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2 WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1996 APPLAUSE THE SALINA JOURNAL Know Your Presidents Many of the presidents of the United States led interesting and diverse lives. Here are some presidential facts that may surprise you. Not just Politics If you think being president is an interesting job, you may be surprised to find how some of the U.S. presidents made a living before they got into office. •The 39th president, Jimmy Carter, served as a naval engineer working with nuclear-powered submarines. He also managed his family's peanut farming business. •Before becoming 40th president, Ronald Reagan's previous executive experience included two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild. He is also known for his accomplished acting career, starring in over 53 films. •HarryTruman, the 33rd president, took over his family's form and later became a partner in a men's clothing store. •The 17th president, Andrew Johnson, had his own tailoring shop. Presidential Records •The only president to serve two non-consecutive terms, Grover Cleveland, served as the 22nd and 24th president •At age 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest president elected to office. Ronald Reagan was the oldest, taking office at age 69. •Richard Nixon was the only president forced to resign. •A very popular president, Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected four times — more than any other U.S. president. •The sixth president, John Quincy Adams, was son of second president, John Adams. •I5th president,James Buchanan, was the only president never to marry. Famoiis First Ladies •Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, wife of President John F. Kennedy, was beloved by the American public. Under her supervision, the White House was « restored and redecorated and declared a national museum. •As first lady, Nancy Reagan, wife of former president Ronald Reagan, worked with the Foster Grandparents Program and the problems of drug and alcohol abuse of youth, •Present-day first lady Hillary Clinton has changed the meaning of "first lady." Her involvement in public affairs sets a more active and ambitious standard for all future first ladies. JEAN CUBBY 2787 Behnont BLVD. 823-5129 We'll always be there for yon. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: Columbia, MO Selling the Rkrrsidc 825-52OO • (8OO) 825-O2O6 , Each Office Independently Owned and Operated. Example (Actual Size) Show off your pride and joy! Include them in the special Valentine's Day "Cupid's Creations" in the Salina Journal Classified Section on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14th Deadline: Wednesday, February 7th at Noon Send or Bring Photo With Payment To: The Salina Journal S Classified Department . only P.O. Box 740, Salina, Kansas 67402 per photo plus 10<t per word Child's Name Parents, Grandparents or Message PLEASE NOTE: Ads must be pre-paid. For good reproduction, photos must be clear. Limit of 3 children per photo please. Individual photos CANNOT be combined. If photo is to be returned by mail, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Photos may be picked up in the Classified Department after 2-16-96. I OB T A L K Looking for a Job? Call Community Line! Dial 825-6000 & enter category 5627 Gobs) to hear about employment opportunities in and around the Salina area! Local calls are free. Family Your Family Information Source Salina Planning Council For . Children & Families FAMILY TIP OF THE MONTH Practical Ways to Provide Love & Affection Something To Think About • Healthy, positive touch can be very nurturing and healing for adults and children. Take some time to notice just how often you touch, caress, or hug your child in a gentle, caring way. • According to "hug therapists,"'human beings need at least 11 hugs a day for healthy living. Have you hugged your child today? • Children and adults need to have a sense of belonging to a family. Provide your children with opportunities to make meaningful contributions to family activities. • Even a "difficult" child will provide moments when genuine affection is possible. ' • Some children are not responsive to touch. Be patient with these "porcupine" types. Be responsive-offer affection but be ready to back off if your child reacts negatively. Tell your child how you feel. Look for subtle ways diey show you how much they love you. Something To Talk About • Talk with your children about how family members express their affection in similar and different ways. • Talk about the different styles of family that are normal in our society today-single parent, step-parent, traditional. Talk about how die special people in your childhood-friends and relatives-showed dieir love for you, and how you expressed your affection for them. Something To Do When driving or walking with your child, play the "hug bug" game. Each time you or your child spot a Volkswagen "bug," shout "hug bug" and reach over and hug each other. • Spend time building an extended family album with your child. Share a rocking chair and look through the pictures talking about how everyone is related. • Make suck puppets with your child of each member of your family. Attach pictures from magazines or catalogs to tongue depressors. Develop a puppet show, taking the direction from your child's comments'. • Read these books with, your children: Baby Hugs by Dave Ross (Thomas Y. Crowell, 1987). Hansel and Gretel retold by Rika Lesser; illustrated by Paul O. Zelinski (Dodd, Mead. 1984). I'll Always Love You by Hans Wilhelm (Crown, 1985). The Mother's Day Mice by Eve Bunting; illustrated by Jan Brett (Clarion, 1986). Welcome, Little Baby by Aliki (Greenwillow, 1987). Reprinted from Cornerstone with permission from Kansas State University • Cooperative Extension Service. FEBRUARY KIDS CALENDAR INFORMATION GATHERED BYYWCA FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER HOLIDAYS FOR THE MONTH February 2 Ground Hog Day February 12 Lincoln's Birthday February 14 Valentines Day February 19 Presidents Day February 22 Washington's Birthday EVERY MONDAY EVENING 6:00 - 8:00 Parents Helping Parents: CAPS/Headstart/P.A.T.The Family Hope Center 308 S. 8th INF.: 825-4493 (Free Child Care). Starting January 29th Topic will be Positive Discipline for Preschoolers. EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY MORNING 9:00-11:30 MOMS/CAPS - 1st United Methodist Church 122 N. 8th RESERVATIONS: 825-4493 CAPS (Free Child Care). MONTHLY MEETINGS FEBRUARY 1 9:15 am and 7 pm - Mother's Hour - First Covenant Church, Cloud and Roach. For more information call 823-3792 (Nursery Available for 9:15 am only). FEBRUARY 8 7 pm - Parenting Forums - "Parenting the Defiant Child" - 651 E. Prescott (Free Child Care) for RESERVATIONS CALL: YWCA 825-4626 or CAPS 825-4493. FEBRUARY 15 7:00 - 9:00 pm - CHADD - Central Kansas Mental Health Center Crossroads Building 800 Elmhurst. A Support Group for parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. For information, call John Presley at 8236322 or 1-800-794-8281. FEBRUARY 5,12,19 & 26 PARENTS HELPING PARENTS will be starting a parenting class called POSITIVE DISCIPLINE FOR PRESCHOOLERS. This will run through MARCH 18,1996 (held at 308 S. 8th). For more INFORMATION. CALL 825-4493 (Free Child Care). ON GOING HEALTH DEPARTMENT 125 WEST ELM PHYSICAL EXAMS FOR CHILDREN 0-18 YEARS OF AGE (Physical examinations for entry to Kindergarten or other things such as camps and child care.) (No Sports Physicals offered.) Sliding fee scale. HEALTH CONNECT PHYSICALS 0-20 YEARS OF AGE SRS Medical card Accepted CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 IMMUNIZATION CLINICS Mondays & Tuesday 8:30 am-4:00 pm Wednesday. 8:30 am-6:30 pm Fridays 8:30 am-1:30 pm NO IMMUNIZATIONS ON THURSDAYS WIC (Women, Infants & Children Program) A federal nutrition program for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to 5 years of age. Provides vouchers for nutritious foods, and nutrition education to prevent or correct health problems caused by poor nutrition. Eligibility guidelines apply. Certification by appointment CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 "SALINA CARES" CLINIC & DENTAL 125 WEST ELM OFFICE HOURS Call for Information: 826-6609 MONDAY, FRIDAY 12:00-4:00 TUESDAY 10:00-4:00 WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 9:00-4:00 CUNIC HOURS Monday evenings 6:30-CLOSE FEE: MINIMUM DOWN LIFE SKILLS BUDGETING CLASS, RESPONSIVE DISCIPLINE, JOB READINESS, NUTRITION CLASS, HOUSE CLEANING TIPS. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THESE CLASSES, CALL 827-7111 FOR PLACE AND TIME. (FREE BABYSITTING IS PROVIDED.) Salina Regional Health Center PARENT CRISIS LINE 827-5555 RELATED TO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS REGARDING A PRQBLEM WITH YOUR CHILD. Salina Journal Pizza Service

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