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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa -Ap wireotioto This University of Miami student from Turkey, who would only identify himself as Bob, had a friend bury him iu the sands of Miami Beach over the weekend. The student admitted the stunt was an effort to help him meet some of the bikini-clad girls in the background. 't Cut win-ntintn William Simon, U.S. treasury secretary, laughs as he discovers his scissors won't jt the ribbon at the official opening Monday in Moscow of the U.S.-USSR Kcunumie rid Trade Council office. At left is Nikolai Patolichev. Soviet foreign trade minister. Fifties Day Peggy Prince, route 1. Cedar Rapids, and Cindi Frieden, Fairfax, were clothed in the styles of the Fifties Monday at Prairie high school during "Fifties day." The day was declared in an effort to promote school spirit for the homecom- ing Friday. band which will play for (he homecoming dance is known for its Fifties music, thus a day honoring the Fifties was declared. wmgin It lakes more than cool au- tumn weather to defer .lean Bornstein from swinging with her kindergarten pupils during an activity period at Kasl Kawkawlin school al Mich. -AP Wlropliolo Death PSynge David Cartwrighl, apparently struggled to open his parachute seconds before he died in an exhibition at Phoenix. Cartwriglit and nine other members of a skydiving team jumped from feet. The others landed safely. Using a tclephoto lens, Phoenix photographer dray photographed Cartwrighl's plungu ami unsuccessful efforts In open the main chute, then the reserve. Try Reversing Things To Get Children to Eat Well-Balanced Meals by Ernia Boinbcck A grade school principal in the East recently became so upset about the lack of nutrition in the lunches the children were eating thai he declared an edict banning junk food from the cafeteria. 1 have a feeling the kids jammed the ('did between two potato chips and two squares of llershey chocolate and had it for lunch. There is certainly no quarrel with the theory. Children should eat nutritionally balanced meals. But children do not take lo ultimatums. I'm no authority, mind you. but 1 would have tried the old "Accentuate- Thc-Negalivc-Kcverse-The-Positivc-And-Ma ke -The-Kid-Think-Your-Idea-Is-His-And-IIe' s-Driving-You-Crazy" approach. Instead of..an edict, the bulletin would have read something like this: Memo to: School Children He: Nutritional Lunches Iff I BOMBECK Illegal Carrot 1. Carrots are illegal on school premis- e's. Children bringing them from home will need a note from a parent giving permission lo have them, or they will lie confiscated by the office anil held until dismissal time. 2. Locker inspection for thermoses containing hot vege- table soup or other nutritious dishes will be held periodically without warning. At that lime, students are instructed In go to Iheir lockers and stand at attention. Do not unlock lockers until a lonelier instructs you to do so. Thermoses will lie de- stroyed by the custodian. Fresh Fruit II. Because of student demand, we are selling fruit by the door in the cafeteria. This is on a trial basis. If we find Ibis is all students are having for lunch, it will be discontinued. Remember, fruit contains sugar and Bill Tooth is watching yon.To avoid congestion al fruit counter, please have correct change. <1. Teachers have reported lo the office thai raisin boxes and milk cartons have been found on the school grounds. We know I here are students who have been sneaking nutritious foods on Hie premises and for this reason patrol students have been posted and are instructed lo "lake names 5. Your principal will lie patrolling the lunchroom where he wauls lo see polato chips, candy bars, lorlilla chips, soft drinks and ice freihn. Kemember. pink funds build soil bones, sofl teeth, and make you sleep a lot. Trust me. It'll work.
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