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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 15, 19~I---13A IN III m TSTA Tips I the goal In your child's Is there a better way to The Texas State Teachers your partner in helping The following Is the eight part series. It focuses ,,) Made Easy 'child experience at home. Mention such as pints of of milk. En- lay carpet or fertilize the lawn, and Child to actually measure or areas of quantities of ~L~the metric system of ent to increase the child s II~'~ge eh 0f and proficiency in the use ~c system. ~,~ja shoppin triv, have your ~t'~ newspa- per ads'and price the "~ aems to be vurchased. En- L. GUILIANO -- About 500 people at- formal dedication here [enderson County Junior Science Center, iacent to Presbyterian Science Center, at the 243 West and 175 h the efforts of Medical Center It Associate Degree in developed to of Registered at a cost of $750,000, the mainly financed by Medical Center, with residents of Anderson, [unt, Kaufman, Rains, was donated to the by the Effie and Foundation for the and training of nurses rural areas in the seven- iam Campion, HCJC ~Yed a leading role in the Health Science Center. Presbyterian Medical e than two years plans for the nursing ich he promoted to since 1978, Cam- the growth of the which includes cam- Terrell, Athens and lUare-foot Health Science two classrooms, a laboratory, X- nursing laboratory, offices and a Learning courage comparison of prices and quantities marked on containers to determine the best buys. Allow your child to purchase an item and figure out the change to be received. Other ways to help children apply their growing knowledge of mathematics to practical situations are: (1) letting them double check the addition on grocery tapes; (2) manage allowance; and (3) read thermomen- ters, barometers or even stop watches. Let them calculate age, weight, height and dimensions, or figure gas purchases and mileage, tolls and other trip expenses. If your child is having difficulty with multiplication tables, buy or make flash cards and use them on a regular basis. Chilcren will enjoy giving an- swers they know and will learn more complex problems through drill. Let your child explain the math papers brought home from school and take time to help with correction and under- standing mistakes. Next: Creative Arts programs in existence nationwide with 30 percent on the university level and 70 percent on the junior college level. She said 52 percent of all nurses are graduates of the Associate Degree of Nursing program and 85 percent of them work in the communities where they have graduated. "It's a very rigorous curriculum, a lot of work," Mrs. Hardy had said. "The curriculum will be integrated to study the 'whole person,' using hospitals in Terrell, Kaufman and Athens." Special recognition was given at the dedication ceremony to deceased HCJC trustee Cecil Talbert, a retired educator and official of First National Bank of Kaufman. He promoted the Health Science Center. Also honored was Toddle Lee Wynne, St., deceased owner of Kaufman's Star Brand Ranch. He was a lawyer, oilman and enterpreneur who donated the land on which the Presbyterian Medical Center and Health Science Center were built. Both men died in September of 1982. For more information regarding HCJC's nursing program, contact Mary Hardy, dean; 800 Hwy 243 W.; Kauf- man, Texas 75142; phone number (214) 932-4309. Or contact Guidance Center, HCJC, Athens, Texas 75751; phone number ( 214) 675-6350. The cost of the two-year program is about $1,081 in-district and $1,311 out-of- district. This includes tuition and fees for six semesters, books, uniforms and liability insurance. Associate degree nursing students are eligible for several scholarships, available through the college and outside agencies. i EAST TEXAS NUTRITION PROGRAM opened August 15 at Log Cabin Estates. It Is for people over 60 and they will donate 75 for the noon meal. Anyone under 60 can attend but must make a donation of 13. Nlna Stone Is the site director and anyone wanting to eat that lives close-by may do so by notifying her the day before. Her number is 489-1534. (Courtesy photo) O more interest It's easy to find a real, American- made cheese-there are more than 200 of them-for almost any recipe you want to try. Change the flavor a bit for in- terest, but select a cheese that matches in texture. Say, for example, you're planning to have guests and want to serve fondue. The recipe calls for Appenzeller, Jarlsberg or Samsoe and you could not get that cheese? Don't give up the idea. Use regular Swiss or Baby Swiss cheese insteadl That wonderful Scandinavian cab- bage salad calls for Havarti cheese, but you don't have any? Use Gouda cheese because it has similar flavor and tex- ture. One of the good features about cheese is its versatility. Many cheeses, because of their flavor and texture, can be adapted to recipes you want to make. No Roquefort? No Bleu? American-made Blue does very well. Does the recipe call for Kuminost? You can use any American-made Caraway cheese instead. Have you a recipe asking for Caciocavallo or Kasknval? Provolone will adapt nicely. Cream cheese or its relative, Neuf- chatel, may be used to replace Petit Sulsse or Gorvais. When you feel adventuresome or creative, adapt lesser known varieties for familiar ones to expand your choices. In a chef's salad, for instance, try soft, mild Colby and the smoky- flavored, somewhat firmer Provolone. Brick, Muenster, Colby and Monterey Cents-off coupons not always bargains "Cents-off coupons for use in food markets are a form of advertising and not necessarily a bargain for con- sumers," says Mary Clayton, a family resource management specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- vice, Texas A&M University System. Using coupons may not be the best answer to high food prices for many families, since coupons are primarily issued for storable brand-name items rather than less processed, perishable products. If consumers want to reduct their food costs, they should compare the cost of brand-name nroducts with cents-off coupons. Jack are all good sandwich cheeses. Alternate with Swiss and Cheddar for milder flavor and softer texture. Mozzarella is, of course, the big favorite for pizza, but you may oc- casionally want to try other stretchy- curd cheeses for variety. These are Scamorze and Provolone. Grated Par- mesan or Romano add sharper flavor to any of the three cheeses. Fondue and quiche don't always have to be made with the same cheeses. Keep interest high by using two or three cheeses in them. Fondue is very good with half Cheddar and half Provolone or half Swiss and half Cheddar. If you like it milder, try Colby and Cheddar. An Italian version of fondue is called fonduta. It's often made with Fontina, a hard, granular, very sharp cheese. As for quiche, Cheddar, Swiss, Moz- zarella, Colby, Muenster and Brick may be used alone or in combination. For piquancy, fold in some grated Parmesan or the stronger Romano. When it comes to cheese recipes, there's truly no such thing as not having the right cheese. Adapt what's available, so long as it's real cheese with its own natural flavor. Texas water Depletion of the water sup#y is a major problem facing Texan While manufacturing, energy production and agriculture are the biggest tsers of water, home consumption 'is also significant, says Dr. MarjorieSmlth, a family resource management specialist with Texas A&M's Agricultural Extension Service. Each person uses about 80 gallons of water a day at home. About five per- cent of that water goes for drinking and cooking, 20 percent for laundry and dishes, 30 percent for bathing and 45 percnet for toilets. Flow-restrictors for showers, aerators on faucets and toilet tank in- serts can cut water usage substantially, says the specialist. Repairing leaking faucets is also important, since a slow drip wastes as much as 170 gallons of water each day or 5000 gallons per mon- th. family's savings program is unique, have different needs. And different concerns. "l'hat why many families have made U.S. Savings Bonds their family bond. It's the bond that holds a family savings program together. That's because bonds offer st) mmly guarantees. (hlar mtees that ,are just right fi)r any family. I ,ike guarmlteed interest return. (mar mtecd tax benefits. (maranteed s',ffety. Aald backed by the most solid guar',mtee of fll. America. So, when you're looking for that bond as utfiquc as your savings needs, l(mk to U,S. W/wn you put patq of!lout stming,s iuto (/.S. Seeings Bonds {Iou'rc I t,lpi g t , l, did a hrightcr[ ~t ~re fi~r {/our cmmtrt/mul for {lOUrSClj: ~ A putfli se~vlce of 1his publication and t hQ Adverllstng Councff m II Nurse program for by the State Board aminers in Austin in m Mary Hardee was ap- of the HCJC Nursing RN program at ~llege in Denison and for this type of ram. married to Dr. Rankin lives in University have two daughters 's degrees include a and Master of Arts and a Master of Health Psychiatric from Texas Women's also has 30 doctoral was coaxed out of direct the nursing help resolve the problem of Registered areas. noted only the best will be accepted into are the students (American College and who are the best he said. program also offers in Athens, HCJC at a February 1982 was "endeavoring to program in the mmmmmmmmm S Now Available At The Malakoff Prescription 106 N. 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