The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 7, 1985 · Page 27
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The Salina Journal Sunday, April 7, 1985 Page 27 What's for lunch this week Here are the Salina public school district's lunch menus for the week of April 9-12: "Tuesday Chicken chunks, mashed potatoes, barbecue sauce, broccoli and cheese, hot roll with butter, chilled peaches, milk. Wednesday Beans and franks, potato pat- tie and catsup, giant pretzel with cheese dip, banana half, cherry gelatin pops, milk. Thursday Grape juice, little round pan pizza, fresh vegetables with dip, corn, fruited gelatin, milk. Friday Turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, tossed salad, hot roll with butter, apple wedges, milk. Leaders Warner Ann Gafford and Sherida Warner, Salina, are the newly elected president and vice president of the Citizens Coalition on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Other officers are Ann Jett, secretary, and Lisa Schwartz, treasurer. . The purpose of the Coalition is to stimulate community awareness of drug and alcohol abuse, to work with and through existing agencies, programs and trained personnel in the community by supplementing and supporting their efforts, and to develop and implement educational programs. The Coalition's major project is to bring "I Care Week" to Salina. A new project this year is the promotion of the "Safe Homes" program. Committee chairmen are: Vern Osborne. legislation; Roger Wilbur, fund raising; Janet Wilbur, youth involvement; Joanne Elliott, educational programs; Jon LeMaster, newsletter and circulation, and Warner, membership. £ £ # Newly installed officers of Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS), No. 76, are Olene Senner, leader; Clarys Reinbold, co-leader; Irene Schmitz, secretary; Marlene Dame, treasurer, and Jooy Martin, weight recorder. LESSON 4 YOU CAN READ! 10 STEPS TO HELP YOU OR A FRIEND LEARN TO READ YOU CAN READ: The Front Page. Here's how! 1 2 3 Before you read the front page of the paper, watch the "news" on T.V. Think about the first news story on T.V. After the "news", tell out loud as much as you can about the news story. Pretend you are a teacher. What question could you ask about this story? What is the answer? C Now look at the front page of the paper. Canyc edonT.V.? Z Can you find the news story you watch- 8 10 Think about the people and what they did. Say out loud what you think the news story in the paper will say. Read as much as you can. Did you find some of the things you said would be there? Can you think of another question you could ask about this story if you were a teacher? What is the answer? Tips for helpers: Pictures will help the reader to understand the story. Use the pictures with the comics to help the reader comprehend the meaning. Some readers may also enjoy making up their own story to go with the comic strip pictures. Let the readers write in their own words in the "balloons" above the comic strip character. Encourage your readers to enjoy the "comics" by reading some comic strips with them. "-pi galflma T 1 1 he Journal The Salina Journal is presenting a series of 10 lessons on reading. These lessons are designed to help you or someone you know learn to read or read better. A new lesson will be published every week for 10 weeks. If you wish further Information on this program — or about becoming a tutor to help someone learn to read — call Doris Ann Brlnegar at Little House Adult Learning Center (825-8402) or Rolland Zler at USD 305 (825-0281). Training should taper down Teddy bear has busy social life FERGUS FALLS, Minn. (AP) Ted E. Bear has had a grand winter, as he's helped kindergarten pupils at Adams School develop their social and communications skills. The children in Betty Royal's class began taking turns taking their furry, stuffed friend home with them after he visited the class for a unit on hibernation. They didn't want him to be lonely while all the other bears were taking their long winter naps. So the kindergartners have taken Ted E. Bear to visit grandparents, to restaurants, ice fishing and even on a weekend trip to St. Paul. The bear has been rocked and read to, chased a rabbit with one child's dogs, has met Cabbage Patch kids and other teddy bears and has tried to play the violin. The bear goes home with a different child every Monday and Thursday, and each child is asked to write about the visit in Ted's diary, as well as enclose a photo. Besides helping the children learn to express themselves, the project is appropriate because 1985 has been dubbed the International Year of the Teddy Bear, she said. TOPS best loser Tonya White, a member of Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS), No. 76, was named "Best Loser of 1984." She won division IV with a weight loss of 35 pounds. Three Keep Off Pounds Sensibly (KOPS) members also were recognized. Dear Dr. Donohue: Why is there controversy about so many things in athletics, like training routine? Specifically, I am asking about the intensity of training as the athlete nears the event in which he is competing. It happens that I am a bo-. xer. I train really hard. I know the pros take some time off just before their big bouts. Does that help? My own trainer likes to keep us going right up .to the time of competition with no break, even the day before. I feel like I lose strength. Please comment. — F.W. There's nothing wrong with training right up to the time of the match, but you should taper your training for a week or two week before. That has been an effective way for swimmers to prepare for key meets. It actually helps increase their strength. Unrelenting, vigorous training can weaken you if you don't ease up before competition. The reasons for this aren't clear, but the facts favor the tapering- down idea. Swimmers who tapered their practice sessions down to two- thirds of their normal routine demonstrated increases in both swimming strength and speeds. I think it's safe to transfer this kind of information to other sports — like boxing. Dear Dr. Donohue: Our grandson has one of the blood-clotting disorders. He bruises easily. It is not hemophilia, but it is serious enough for the doctor to warn against use of aspirin. There are so many substitutes on the market today. Do they also cause bleeding in such people? — M.B. Doctor Donohue FIELD ENTERPRISES Most of the other non-aspirin anti- inflammatory medicines have to be avoided along with the aspirin, but you really have to check back with the boy's doctor. I cannot recommend a specific alternative without knowing just what problem the youngster has. Usually, some effective alternative can be found, often acetaminophen. For O.E. — In taking blood pressure, it's best to have the person being tested seated with the test arm resting on a surface at about heart level. This give the truest reading. You can check it out by taking a reading this way, then taking it with the arm hanging loosely at the patient's side. The latter position might give you a difference of as much as 10 points higher. (Write to Dr. Paul Donohue in care of Field Newspaper Syndicate, 1703 Kaiser Ave., Irvine, Calif., 92714.) > y^v. :'~f-ft '•->':'.'*• !"••. ~ t & Introducing "•f Janelle Hult and Sharan Sepeda to the staff of Styleaire Salon of Beauty. They wish all former and future patrons to come in for complete beauty services. We are offering a Ray Mac Perm Reg. $30 NOW *20 during April Call Today! 823-3023 Jj> ^ $ •$ f. t '•V Styleaire r* Salon of Beauty * i-,. , 230 S. Santa Fe A/f.-' Joyce Rediker . r&f; ,.,.1-s Owner ^V . >•*"' •<••- '.'.... i.-?' >. Manager Arlan Mueller A.B.O. 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