The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 12, 1986 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 12, 1986
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The Salina Journal Sunday, January 12,1986 Page 25 What's for lunch this week Here are the Salina public school district's lunch menus for the week of Jan. 13-17: Monday Crispito, hot sauce, shredded lettuce, nacho chips with cheese, corn, strawberry fruit cilp, milk. Tuesday Hamburger on a bun, potato fingers, catsup, baked beans, banana half, brownie, milk. Wednesday Fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered green peas, hot roll-butter, fruited red gelatin with whipped topping, milk. Thursday Sloppy Joe on a bun, potato wedge, celery sticks, orange wedges, cookie, milk. Friday Corn dog, potato patty, catsup, lettuce with mayonnaise dressing, strawberry shortcake, milk. SPECIAL TODAY ONLY SUN. 1-5 PM Appreciation Days Wind Up OFF EVERYTHING IN THE STORE Last Chance! Christmas 4ftQ/ „„ Merchandise VJ/Q Off You'll Always Feel At Home At... The Koch's House Broadway & State St. Bob & Sharon Koch, Owners Lights out automatically AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Signs saying "last one out turn out the lights" may not be necessary in the future, according to Energy User News. The publication reports development of a new ultrasonic personnel sensor for lighting control of areas up to 1,000 square feet that can save as much as 50 percent on lighting costs. The unit turns lights on and off by filling the space with ultrasonic sound waves reflected off people within the area, and when no movement is detected the lighting can be shut off within one minute. The sensor also has an adjustment for air turbulence that allows a user to adjust the sensitivity relative to the air motion from heating, air conditioning and ventilating units. It can be used in hotels, motels, commercial buildings, warehouses, offices, conference rooms, bathrooms or any space where people frequently mdve in and out and forget to turn out the lights. "EAT, LOSE, LIVE" Weight Reduction Plan • Medically tested and proven to help many live slimmer, longer, healthier lives • No pills, powders, so called health foods, etc. • Prescribed by medical doctors • Prepared by medical doctors • Lowers your possibilities of experiencing certain degenerative diseases. Guaranteed or your money cheerfully refunded. For complete plan send $3.95 to: a.m. Publications Dept. A 1402 Lincoln Dr. Carrollton, Texas 75006 Keeping resolutions realistic By The Journal's Wire Services Making New Year's resolutions is easy — but breaking the bad habits they are intended to correct is a much tougher job. Everyone decides to "turn over a new leaf" at one time or another, according to an article in the January issue of Harper's Bazaar, but the experts say there is no magic formula for change. "Immediate success is rare," said Dr. Stephan J. Levitan, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. "But there's no harm in a New Year's resolution as long as you view it as a chance to try again and your expectations remain realistic." Psychologists believe most undesirable traits stem from early childhood interactions with parents. "The unfulfilled wishes, the early struggles of will, come back to haunt us," Levitan said. Bad habits such as disorganization — whether displayed by habitual lateness or a messy desk — indicate childlike irresponsibility. "Disorganization, in particular, mirrors either a defiance of authority or a wish to be taken care of," Levitan said. "For one person it can represent an act of rebellion; for another, an escape from responsibility; for yet another an avoidance of success." Stress also may be the reason for disorganization, and tension may be to blame for compulsive mannerisms such as nail biting, hair twirling, scratching or fidgeting. "These activities serve as outlets for aggression when we can't express it directly for fear that someone will disapprove. "When parents respond to a child's anger with punishment or withdrawal of love," Levitan said, "often the youngster learns to turn that hostility inward. Ultimately, it manifests itself in personal quirks." Sometimes it takes the form of verbal quirks, such as sprinkling "you know" between phrases. Women are especially prone to this and it may signify conflicts over aggressiveness. People may turn to excessive indulgence — constant overspending or food hinging—to compensate for lost or missing love, failure or disappointment. "But buying luxury items or overeating relieves frustration only temporarily," Levitan said, "and it's this short-term gratification that perpetuates such behavior." Even complaining about our bad habits can be a habit, perhaps derived from an infantile method of getting attention. 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