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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - January 15, 1981, Madison, Wisconsin 1/2 off All made to measure draperies by Riverdale Sunset memory gardens announces that until further notice All veterans have the following Opportunity to acquire a burial space at no charge under the following terms and conditions 1. That he she is an honorable discharged Veteran. 2. That he she registers his intent to use his rights at Sunset memory gardens. 3. That he she registers his intent to use his rights before All of the space in the area set aside for veterans has already been allocated to other veterans and their families. This is a perpetual care cemetery. For additional in j Sunset memory gardens formation with no Obliga a 7302 Mineral of. Rd., Madison i lion mail the attached >833-7211 Coupon. A gentlemen i would like Complete w i a information on your burial space offer. Of you own lots in any other cemetery in Wisconsin or out of state Contact us about our lot Transfer program. A a name address in in a City phone a a a Page 4, Section i Wisconsin state journal thursday january 15, 1981 panel says go slow on school breakfasts ombudsman aging Board combination oked by panel Badger fan the Wisconsin state journal dog of the week is read it to Don her Badger hat and cheer on the University of w Wisconsin Madison hockey team a As soon As she can find a new Home. This seven week old Pup is a Black and White shorthair Labrador mix. She is waiting for a new owner at the Dane county humane society 2250 Pennsylvania ave. Ryan and Patrick Gronli 118 by Gard Are the new owners of last weeks dog. A state journal photo by a. Craig Benson by Connie Villec of the state journal a special committee studying the possibility of serving breakfasts to Madison school children on wednesday recommended that the District go slowly in beginning such a program. A a we re still fighting Brush fires in resistance to the school lunch program. Now we re talking about breakfast a said Michael Burie assistant director of auxiliary services and a member of the committee. A i personally done to believe in a unified breakfast program in this City for All kids. A instead i think we should identify the need for nutritional programs. Take it a school at a time. It be anything fancy but it would get food to the committee has been directed by the school Board to study the feasibility of starting a breakfast program in the distinct. Committee member Merle Sweet principal of Lincoln elementary school said the decision to begin a breakfast program should depend on Community sentiments. A if the people want it that a what its about a he said. One problem with such a program would be busing. For instance if 125 students were to have breakfast at school before class began and 250 were not would buses have to run twice each morning or would All students have to come Early whether they ate breakfast at school or not a if All the kids Are bused Early we re providing a disservice for the 250 who done to eat at school a Sweet said. Committee member Arden Barden said the conflict is one of purposes. A if our goal is to feed people that a one thing. If our goal is to have kids in for shop at Home service Call 238-4711 Hilldale or 241-3363 East Towne during store hours. Drapery department Ger a better Frame of mind to learn that a another goal. We have to deter me what the goal is a he said. The committee will be sending a Survey to 15 school districts similar in size to Madison to see what problems they ran into with their breakfast programs. Also discussed at the meeting was a Survey conducted last Spring by the state department of Public instruction which looked at schools having breakfast programs. The study reported that children eating breakfast at school have improved attendance less tardiness increased alertness and a better attitude toward school than they did before breakfast was available at school. The report suggested the students also have less illness in the morning and Are better Able to perform academically and physically. By Mary Frances Schjonberg of the stae journal f a proposal to Combine the governors ombudsman program for the aging and the disabled and the state Board on aging was Given preliminary approval wednesday by a special legislative subcommittee on nursing Home regulation. The committee chaired by Ralph Andreano supported the combination which would make the ombudsman program an Independent Agency according to the subcommittees preliminary report the reorganization is needed to remove the ombudsman program from political partisanship. Andreano told the committee the proposal was Quot not a pure bureaucratic response to the charges of political influence and ineffectiveness that were made against the ombudsman program during the committees hearings. Committee members asked that the proposal be re written to include specific details on the new Powers and staff. The reorganization proposal was one of Many recommendations reviewed by the committee. A Large number dealt with attempts to refine the state department of health and social services role in enforcing state and Federal nursing Home regulations. Those were tabled after disagreements arose among committee members. Most of those disagreements entered on proposals that the departments Bureau of Quality compliance be allowed to consult with individual nursing Homes giving them advice on How they comply with regulations. The committees report suggests consultation be separated from enforcement and that a fee be charged for consultations. A i done to personally agree that you can separate consultation and enforcement a said committee member Dorothy Wagoner. Mrs. Wagoner Milwaukee is a former nursing Home Surveyor and consultant to the Bic. Committee member Lynne Hawley agreed. A where the Gray area comes in is when does the policeman Stop being the policeman and become the consultant a she said. Mrs. Hawley is a social worker at americana healthcare Center in Madison. Consultation mrs. Hawley said. A buys time for nursing Homes with serious problems. Charges of inconsistent application of nursing Home regulations were part of the reason the subcommittee was formed Andreano said. He added that those inconsistencies could be avoided with methods that allows consultation. The committee also tabled proposals to allow some nursing Homes to report on their condition without an enforcement Survey. This Rule would not include regulations on patient care. January sales amp clearances Feiner furniture Winter Sale in Cherry Oak and Pine by Kling pictured below left a. Mrs. Reading chair $329 b. Hexagonal table $229 c. Or. Reading chair $379 d. Library bookcases each $349 e. Nest of tables $219 f. Butlers tray table $219 g. Sofa $599 h. Drop Leaf end table $259 come in and see our gallery of other Beautiful furniture groupings. Feiner furniture 2009 main Street Cross Plains i 30% to 50% off Del mar Woven Wood window coverings save on Long lasting tillable foldable Woven Woods. Custom made into window shades floor to ceiling draperies tiers cafe curtains folding doors and room or counter dividers. Designed of Wood and Fine yarns that softly filter the Light. 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