The Herald from Rock Hill, South Carolina on August 22, 1993 · 25
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The Herald from Rock Hill, South Carolina · 25

Rock Hill, South Carolina
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Sunday, August 22, 1993
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School lunch menus gc The Zsrc!d Sunday August 22 1993 Untyiat atfitor Jane Cluto 3294077 Slice df life -m- m-'i ' V" & !'- 'Goodwill and dothes Vr Picture a folding U contraption dud fits inside tout laarnky hamper It creates three vertical (sod adjustable) compartments in the hamper One each for Mi whites and colon felt’s the Laundnr Sorter from Goodwill Industries Inc and it canes in two heights It’s made by disabled workers 'Goodwill is getting into sell-int products under its own name as a way of raising money ‘ You can get literature and ordering information for the Laundry Sorter by calling toQ-fnee (800) 492-SOBT flie welfare of dogs rlteatmeat of greyhounds has gotten a great deal of preu ovi the last five years The deal is: greyhounds are usually -destroyed after two or three years of life aoma greyhounds aip mistreated dining meir working lives and societies ' have sprang up to “save” greyhounds by arranging adoptions si alternatives to destruction Responding to die growing interest the industry itself formed die American Grey-hdrnnd Council a watchdog (pardon me) association made up of industry personnel They hired a fen-time inspector and are winking closely with die ASF-CA according to AGC presi- -dentKeith Sutton "Between September 1992 imdFebruary 1993 nearly 450 inspections were conducted more dian triple the number of a year ago” writes Sutton in die outfit’s March 31 annual report '’Seven persons were charged wlth mistreatment of greyhounds and six of than were r expelled from the industry Alsodie Greyhound HaUofi Flame (with die AGC’s support) has jnoduced an 8-minute video on the care of a pet greyhound It costs $10 and is avaiuble fiorp the Hall of Fame For more information contact the American Greyhound Council 1063 NE 125th St Suite 219 North Miami FL 33161-5832 Shrinks far minim? Not really The American Veterinary Medical Association has Vdted to recognize veterinarian hehaviorists t rIhese professionals who are doctors of veterinarian medi-&n& diagnose and treat problems in animals and resnrch die various aspect! of behavior: VSince nine out of 10 dog own-tfsJiave complaints about dieir d5p’ behavior this discipline potjld be a big help So you see tfiqfc isn’t anything inherently filmy about veterinary befaitv-forists ' 'According to die news " tflise "‘Recognition will ' allow the discipline to make rapid strides forward’ said Bon-iueV Beaver DYhL president bf ACVBT y T'y ‘ Fi ve-step program Your body gets out of qtep With die time when you cross too many time zones too fast This is called jet lag of course sod it snot as fenny as the : comedians make it out to be - If you're trying to recover I from jet lag after your vacation ! of are anticipating a ldqg flight 1 here are five steps that might help — courtesy of Baylor Cd-: lege of Medicine: ! ?‘-l:On the plane immediately it you watch and travel dock I tome destination's time ' '-jT-Don’t nap during the first few days v ! r fi Spend time outdoors — the sun helps set your body dock r4 Avoid or minimize caffeine uw alcohol on the flight and for thp first day or two - 5 Do not — this is important — use sleep preparations These drugs delay the time setting prpcess and don’t allow normal fealthy ileep p “ - Tom Longshaw iw iw I Making a case for a pencil The IMtod States mates about hrobffion cut oMO “ mteon pencte produced worldwide annuafe-than any other country Cased cototed and mechanical pencte are ttwee of the common types pencte man today Cated pencte have a core of natural grephte and fine day encased in a wooden ehealh the graphte mixture or TeacT as commonly caled to ahe and fired temperatures above liflOW Here is how a cased pend tornado- ‘ ’’ " -St -I Thm arakwiypw of materials ured fo mate a cased pendL y -vs- vi-t yi by teanxxjth line grain dteanct - cedar fragrance and tan to raddtahtxown adoration The tonanan rndnr panrlcaatifl hasav " 1 vtobto seam By TOM LONGSHAW uaMywa4aAHBa nVwNHmrer hepradl hwArangewoodfatfinger : r groovesa gody eraser and a gnarantee that )rour parents won’t steal it t - : Tikes! That’s a pencil' vv "Let me tell you who I am" says Ken Cooper ' r from his (fflee at Empire Bool USA iriiere he is dis- : cussing Yikes! the hot brand ofYeaHy different” pencils ensen rulers pencil sharpeners and lunch boxes ‘Tam tire guy who developed the product” : No brag just fact Ken develops new products for his employer a hip multi national imb ' above all plain old yellow No 2 ppncily And it makes the the Yikes ! Hne oi whacked out writing gear that’s selling in 14 countries Yikes is merely the flamboyant tip of die proverbial iceberg Your yellow 2of yesteryear is still around but it is a wallflower ' Today’s pencils are psychedelic diemed — sports grades love holidays — triangular bent in shapes tipped with toys and scented In fact observation of department storea drug stores gin shops and supermarkets shows that cool pencils ate Commonplace yellow I pencils are not ' Qazy pencils don't appeal to everyone though Drix Smith color computer operator in die screen printing section of Rock Hill Print- v ing and Finiihing collecti crazy pencils pens and erasers She has two kidi ages 13 and 17 They do not steal their mother’i i pencils : "Usualfy diey think diey’re crazy and they won't use l" D& says "They stick to the normal” EJakJtoiuatropical woodiaofrwhtetota e brawn flacks The too hataa 'I o( twnndl caring joir showing rliiinSMJiii m ’ '' ian In odor and hsSaporoS grabvfrae tBKtoraThe casing shows a pronounced seam of 5 I tw too halveay ' $ Ptaafocompoatehas 'C aaMdahoat and la graWrea — samm-' m Ptoate pencte are exkudad by raachtoaiThare is no viabia diem” Drei says "They stick to -- :J '( f ' U ' 1 - i : Anoi il PointstoPoiuler Explorer Samuel de Champlain sketched his North American travel! Witit penril ' and die iketches guided settlers and exfdorers after him Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address with a pendL D Henry David Thoreau was a pencil maker u' D The first pencil holding an inserted eraser was marketed in 1872 in America The concept did not catch on in Europe until Gb introduced die eraser-tipped pencil in World WarIL - Ernest Hemingway Theodore Dreiser Thomas Wolfe 0 Henry Eugene O’Neill John Steinbeck Phillip Larkin James Thuiber and Truman Capote wrote with : pencils D Fendlstoday are madefiom wood (incense cedar pine alder basswood and jehitongX pressed particle material tropi- cal woods and i ' A standard 7-inch pencil can draw a line 35 miles long write 45000 words and take 17 sharpemngs! The No 2 pencil is favored because most people make an adequate Mack mark using comfortable pressure also it shows best on test sheets mat will be read by : pencil is according to Ken Cooper developer of Yikes "still tbe most afford- able writing instrumait in the world" B If you are finicky about your pencil’ look for "CEDAR’ on the body or "Pencil Makers Association FMA approved” s 'kv i m MaMfof and toon out No Alaach onnhaK toe thlckneee of a fnlahai panel by tongstonfipped saw MadaaL FanclaNtareaahjmladwlharion-2 p—Jfioado amuMon qf wax and atabv TNa r iradungfeas tin pend casing dtofnclvai color and makes tie pend & aasier to ahaipaiy!f k w vi fslFand Tnad a mixture of demand 'H lgraphtBhptaciNotieoove8on "tie bottom atatThe casing kaapa tie pend I toad kern breaking ffilA second grooved aN to dued on ‘ ltheteadeddatfcxmingalwr Each sandwich to held tightly togatwr to a hydraufc damp trtl the glue drfc 7"lHdMpeed machineiy shapes and cuts ULithe tet aanttolch NoIndMdual pencte jnEadi pend to sanded to a smooth— -IHJaaiinyfrfeh After aandtog tie pends m VI ‘ Lfti “ ’ T - t: 'vjrrf r - - — -Mi 1" Ss'oocteofnonrioxiciIriiBhareapplBdto 1 lench pandL After tw (Hah has drieditw manufactured name to heat stamped No one tooaoftwpencL4yrv: fijdwutdarbddNooneanddtwpendto llzJK a Tanuto” a metal devtoe to secure eraser " Thafanuto to inaartad onto tw pend end and k-- dndwd to tw wood An eraser to inserted into the ’fanutoEiaaerecan be dnehed glued or Comptod by TOM LONGSHAW W” JundHlvutod hi pkxwThe fHahad pend to now fouMlnBw6iwrlngftSHwMi " i L: m - ! 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