What's ahead The Salina Journal Entertainment Sunday, January 19,1986 Page 9 days. Closed Mondays and some holidays. Tours scheduled in advance. For information, call (316) 257-3941. Mankato: Jewell County Historical Society Museum, 1-5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Features the late Congressman Wint Smith's "Grandmothers House" collection of early rural Kansas housekeeping and agricultural artifacts. McPherson: City-College Museum, 1-5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Minneapolis: Ottawa County Historical Society Museum, 1-5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Norton: Stage 15 replica, open daily, year-round. Call 877-2501. Gallery of Also Hans, First State Bank, 105 W. Main, featuring presidential candidates unsuccessful in their bids for office. Hours 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday throughFriday. Call 877-3341. Oakley: Fick Fossil and History Museum, 9:30 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 2-4 p.m. Sunday. FREE. Oberlin: Last Indian Raid Mu seum, 258 S. Penn. Open by appointment only until April 1. Call 475-3045 or 475-2712. Phillipsburg: Fort Bissell, 8 a.m.-ll a.m. 1-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. FREE. Republic: Pawnee Indian Vil lage, 3 miles southwest of Republic, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Russell: Oil Patch Museum, just off 1-70. Open daily 10 a.m.-noon and 2-8 p.m. through the summer. Russell Springs: Butterfield Trail Historical Museum, 9:30 a.m.-noon and 1:30-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; 1:30-5 p.m. Sunday until Labor Day. WaKeeney: Trego County Museum, fairgrounds on U.S. 283, l:30-5p.m. Sunday. Call 743-2376. Wallace: Fort Wallace Memorial Museum, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Washington: Washington County Historical Society Museum, east side of the square, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursdays and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Special tours offered. FREE. Wichita: Sedgwick County Historical Museum, 204 S. Main, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 1-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Adults $1, chidlren 6-16,40 I ADVERTISEMENT Business Spotlight •Copyright 1986. All rights reserved. "Ask the Experts" SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO: P.O. Box 1282, Salina, Kansas 67402-1282 FEATURE QUESTION of the WEEK How do the services differ between a norsinK f«>n» awl » ment center? According to Ann McCall, Administrator of McCall Manor. 623 S. 3rd, Salina, "In » miming home a rt&idffit will tvtfhf t»tnl nun- ingmre&l ftnursu (lay. A retirement tvntvrwill after wivhvs >n lht> resident, hawver they mast be able t(i live ii^ricimiticnfly. T7n> ,•«';'• vices 8Vaitefafe> m the retittnwnt setting will include: m«iis tlnily cheek by prafessiornd nurse, linen senire, Iwuwkwpinif NTOIV, 21 hour emergeney nurse an tall, vtvekly Hhupiring. unit daily «c- tivHies."Fnrmi>ivinf(>mii1u>nc<mtit<'t Ann «l 825-675T. Q. Why do chiropractors take X- rays? A. We asked D. E. Kempton, D.C. at Kempton Chiropractic Health Center, Salina, 825-4691, "Doctors of Chiropractic use X-rays to help in locating subluxation, misalignment, or distortion of the spinal column. X-rays also reveal the extent of any disease of the bones, fractures, spinal defects or deformities. As chiropractic care progresses, they can be compared with later X-rays to determine specific progress. The Doctor of Chiropractic uses X-rays to help him get you better quicker." Q. What can one do to help the family of the deceased? A.Karl F. Ryan, Licensed Funeral Professional, with Ryan Mortuary, 137 No. 8th, Salina, says. "Provide support by being present prior to, during and following the funeral. Pay respects to the deceased and survivors by the sending of flowers, a letter or sympathy card or the making of an "in rememberance" donation, and help the immediate family with the providing of food, housekeeping and care of children." Q. My child has tonsillitis quite regularly. Should I have the tonsils removed? A.We asked Thomas F. Taylor, M.D., 430 S. Ohio, Salina. "If the child has 5 continuous episodes of tonsillitis within a 12 month period, or the tonsils are so enlarged that they obstruct the flow of food, or the ears become infected." For more information contact your personal medical doctor. Q« 1 would like to build a good portfolio. How should I spread out my assets? A.We asked Jack Schwartz, Investment Representative with Edward D. Jones & Co. in Salina, 825-5133. "Diversification will depend on your age, investment background, and tolerance for risk/reward. Generally the younger you are the more risk can be tolerated because you can replace assets with earned income, of course the older we are, the less flexible we will become. A good portfolio mix for a person of 50 years or up would be 60-70% assets (dollars) in debt investments (CD's, Treasuries, Bonds), 10-15% in real estate (rentals or investment grade real estate), and 10-15% in equity (stock, gold, silver, and collectibles)." Q. Hearing aids need periodic maintenance...after purchase who services my hearing aids and what will it cost? A. Daniel Fief of Midwest Hearing Aids, 227 N. Santa Fe, says, "Knowing that hearing aids are in continuous use, some manufactures offer, through their hearing aid specialist, a service program. Some specialists have a schedule of charges for ongoing services, others include subsequent "in office" services in the hearing aid purchase agreement." For more information on policy variation contact Daniel at 823-3241. O. I have been told that I should have my business valued annually, what would be the purpose? A. We asked Robert I. Clubine, C.P.A., of Clubine & Rettele, Chartered Certified Public Accountants in Salina, 825-5479, "Most people associate the need for valuation of a business with its sale. Other reasons include merger, liquidation, divorce, estate planning, and buy-sell agreements. The art of valuing a business includes awareness of the purpose. Usually a business is worth more if it is continuing than if it is liquidating. Your accountant's close and on-going knowledge of your business can be a great help in valuing your business and knowing when revisions are needed." Q. When should my child have his first dental check-up? A. We asked Donna Zey, R.D.H. with Byron Hutchinson, D.D.S., Salina, "I recommend parents bring their child to the dental office at age three. The primary teeth have erupted by then and they should not be neglected because they help determine the health and position of permanent teeth erupting later. We make this initial visit fun for the child as he tours the office, takes a ride in the chair, receives a new toothbrush and prize. The dentist earns the child's trust while examining the primary teeth under very pleasant circumstances." For more information contact Donna at 825-5454. cents, under 6, free. Call (316) 2659314. Puzzle is on Page 5 Comedians push for a Jack Benny stamp LOS ANGELES (AP) - The campaign for a Jack Benny Commemorative Stamp has been stepped up by comedians Norm Crosby and George Burns. Crosby and Burns head a committee of celebrities urging the U.S. Postal Service to issue the stamp. The group has sent letters to all senators and governors asking them to join the committee. The committee has also sent 500 letters to the Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee in Washington. Before you make a decision on where to invest your IRA this year, come in and ask us what your IRA could have earned with us in the past year. 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