Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 10, 1964 · Page 31
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NASOH ON EDUCATION • ..... -v» Make Summer Time Profitable By LESLIE J. NASON, Ed. t>. | ant members of a proud family. University of Southern Calif. When I was a boy, we used to chant on the last day school: of Mr. and Mrs. Rowe say, "The time in which we are allowed this privilege of training our j youngsters is short and we "No more pencils, no more wa nt to take advantage of it." chalk, no more teachers' sassy It is apparent that this train- talk." As for as the feelings of most youngsters go, things probably haven't changed too much in this day and age. But otherwise, things have changed a lot. Under modern living conditions children today find it more . difficult to make good use of the sudden abundance of leisure time that now lies before them. Of course, they need periods for relaxation, playing and just fooling around. But too much leisure often leads to boredom, and certainly is unproductive. More likely than not your child needs help to cope with summer. Especially during the first days of vacation, mothers should take a hand. Careful planning, not just of entertainment but of worthwhile activities, can set the pattern for a worthwhile summer. Wise mothers will have a great variety of plans ready. Swimming classes, supervised recreation, arts and crafts and many other activities are offered by community recreation departments to help absorb free time, and also to provide opportunities for individual develop- ing carries over into the classroom. The Howe children are all happy and successful in school. (You can get Prof. Nason's helpful booklet for parents, "Help Your Child Succeed in School," by sending $1 to Help Your Child, Box 1277, General Post Office, New York, N.Y.) ment. Family picnics, travel and Area Solons Split Vote On Teacher Pay BATON ROUGE (Spl.)-South- west Louisiana legislators, with one exception, voted Tuesday for the House-passed teacher pay raise. Rep. Norman Ordoneaux of Jeff Davis Parish was the only legislator in Southwest Louisiana who voted against the raise which passed the House fay a 74-29 vote, Ordoneaux is a floor leader for Gov. John J. MoKeithen who . has asked teachers for more time before a raise in passed. Southwest Louisiana representatives voting for -the raise were Mike Hogan, Harry Hollins and A. J Lyons, all of Calcasieu Parish, Conway LeBleu of Cameron, Robert F. McMillian of Bcauregard and T. J. Strother of Allen. Rep. Bert Adams I home projects are used by thoughtful parents to maintain family unity. The family is still the most important influence in the training of children. While no two families can follow an identical pattern, parents should make a conscious effort to help their family into of Vernon'parish' was* recorded a unit that provides opportun- j as a b senl or no t voting, ilies for training. j Earlier in the day the same Much of the best training takes; legislators who voted for the place during routine family living. The Rowe family makes excellent use of this principle. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe are determined their children will gain early many of the social customs and graces they achieved only after marriage. When guests are entertained they may be greeted at the raise voted for an amendment which restored the teacher pay schedule increase bill to its original form. The amendment inst r u c t s school boards to pay the raise as long as funds are available. That portion of the bill was taken out by a House Committee, but was restored in the 58-43 vote. Some opponents of the bill con- door by the 12-year-old daughter. ....... She already has acquired the tend that part of the bill would knack of "making guests feel result in early closing of schools, welcome and comfortable. Preparations for the evening have obviously been made by the father and mother, with each of the three children contributing to the plan. For a short time the children are included in the activities; during the meal they take part in serving, table clearing and looking after the guests. Queen Mother Is Head of Britain's Anti-Litter Group LONDON Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, is serving in the honorary position of patron of the Keep Britain ' During this time they are in- i Tidy group, England's counter- eluded off and on in the con- j part of Keep America Beauti- versation. Their success in ful, the U. S. antilittcr orgamza- school and projects about the tion. home receive mention - hon-: Her majesty's name occupies orable, if possible. \ a prominent place on the agen- It is obvious they are import-1 cy's literature. 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SO WEV WAD TO r NEW ICEBERG TO LIVE ON// JOE&TTSPLK:. THEYJOW-D'S WORST i)IN*. r . r I Ji -i ^ THOUGHT THAT A SEMESTER WOULP NEVER 6NPJ HEY.' WHAT AILS ~ ONE MORE PAY ' ON THAT CAMP|)S ANP I I'D HAVE SLU65ED SOMEBODY.' CRYING eec/wse NEVER BACK ' FINALS ARE OVER-AMD PJTEET CRABS THE f IRST BUS FOR THS AIRPORT... TO FOR HER JOB AT THE N.V. WORLP'S PAIR !i!ll«lilll»\\ Mm STEVE CANYON ANDY CAPP MO, I LIKE IT- THEV MAKE THE PLACE SEEM ENCHANTED > ' ^ OH, JUST NEIGHBORS CHILDREN- DO YOU WANT ME TO CHASE THEM OUT THE HOUSE IS ALWAYS FILLED WITH LVTTLE- BITTV PEOPLE" WHO ARE THEY? ISHOREHffTETO DOC PRlTCHAOT-\ TAKE TH'TIAAE L'ARN ABOUT ARE VE GOIN'TO > OFF, MUSS-BUT NEW-FANGLED THAT MEDICAL CONVENTION IN TH 1 FLATLANDS? I RECKONI OUGHT TO GO SNUFFY SMITH I ICT60 Of! HIS 1'UfVKf w OHM WED., JUNE 10, 1964, Lake Charles American Press YOUR HEALTH * Potato Chips 'Staple' Food By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen (Copyright, 1961: By The Chicago Tribune) A senior medical student a! genital defect in the region nf the navel. There are other pos- i sibilities. ESTROGEN CREAM A. M. writes: Will using a cream containing estrogen improve the bust line? Reply No. It is easier to take these sex hormones in tablet or capsule form. But they have Wayne State university college of medicine solved a mystery and created a new X-ray finding. Dr. Robert L. Ruskin, associate radiologist of Detroit's Sinai hospital, was reviewing several * *' . . * - * >3lllt_. » VI t 1 li iu*M *• *tix» T m,» T v »«i.».n- X-ray films m the presence of c f f c c t upon the size of the the student, Mclvin Rosen. One brcasts unless thc woman is film showed a metallic density deficient in estrogen. within the intestine. ENLARGED" COLON Dr. Ruskin questioned the> p. s. writes: Is diet of any student^ who answered ^ that it lvalue in Hirschsprung's disease? this condition, 25c WRITING TABLETS BRENDA STARR WE KESiUtVi mK KlUUT TO UMJ1 1 ...ANP WITHERING 6UNRRE HOIPSWOC THE GALLANT HANDFUL Cf MARWE5. looked like a staple and he knew low it got there. He said that )n many occasions while munching potato chips, he had AS a result, constipation occurs, been forced to expectorate sta- which must be treated with lax No. In this condition, the bowel lacks propulsive power. pies that were used to fasten the container. They dropped into the bag when the lop was opened. Swallowing a staple was easy while reading n book or watching TV. Dr. Ruskin was somewhat skeptical of this explanation. Ho alivcs or enemas. FACIAL SURGERY A. D. writes: Can a pregnant her face babv? without harm to the hut Reply don't expect went to the patient's room. O.i baby ,„ ,, ave ,, cw ]ook the bcdstancl was a bag of pota- 1 Today's Health Hint- (he Wash fresh fruits and vegetables before eating. Address inquiries to: Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen Tribune Syndicate Tribune Tower Chicago, 111. Electrocuted OTAY, Calif. (AP) - A doi< chased a squirrnl into a pipe. Two men lifted the pipe. It touched a 7,500-volt power line and electrocuted one of the men. The other worker let go in time. ZnjIMittathtt' to chips. Two years ago we wrote about an experiment conducted by British dentists. The efficacy of a new dental tablet was compared with the results from brushing the teeth with water and eating apple slices. This one __ test gave apples top honors. The . . A . , , , tablet and toothbrushing came MdH Accidentally in second. ' After the tablets became available commercially in England, another group of dentists studied their use by school children over a two year period. There was a small but significant reduction in caries during the first year. But the children disliked the tablets. After a year or so, many neglected or refused to i use them. ; This same dental team, in a '; previous pilot study, had given ; youngsters apple slices to > munch after each meal. They eported improvement in the, •ondition of the gums and a re- i uction in cavities. Credit was given not only to the scouring ! iction of the fibrous content of he fruit but to increased stimulation of saliva, which helped wash away food debris. Researchers will continue studying the efficacy of the apple in preventive dentistry, not neglecting other aspects of caries prevention. Meanwhile, one of my acquaintances has not brushed his teeth in eight years. He uses tablets exclusively. Dr. Van Dellen will answer questions on medical topics if stamped, self-addressed envelope accompanies request. TOMORROW: Preventable Infections. DISTRESS AFTER EATING M. L. writes: What could cause pain after eating in the area around the belly button in a 2-year-old? 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