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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFuKta, KENTUCKY, MAY 5~ 1977, SECTION 2 PAGE 3 It By Helen F. Andrew, M.S., Health Educator Hyperactive Children / teams from Western Kentucky University took first place at the Southeastern Conference Intercollegiate Livestock EvaluationandJudg- at Virginia Tech University in Blackburg, Vs. Members of the Western team are, (seated left to right), AI Pedigo, Hendersonville, Tennessee; Edge, Ohio County, Lynn Graham, Bowling Green; Curtis A. Rexroat, Russell Springs; and Johnny Eubank, Gamaliel. Standing (left to right) are, of WKU, Dora G. Downing, Russell T. Goss, Waldwick, N.J.; Walter G. Haines, Greensburg; Stanley Boone, Leitchfield; Douglas E. Emerson, N.Y.; Phil Turner, Livermore; Richard M. Dyar, graduate assistant coach, Opelika, Alabama; and Dr. Gordon Jones, advisor of the livestock How does a parent decide whether a child is hyperactive? And if he is, what can be done about it? It is a subject on which even the experts do not agree but some useful data is emerging from their study of the problem. They are coming to feel that inability to concentrate isa more accurate sign than a high level of physical energy. The latter may be produced by a very active, excited mind which is perfectly normal. By contrast, the truly hyperactive child acts impulsively and without "focus" accomplishing little. Children who fidget in school may have a language problem rather than neurological one. Pediatricians are becoming more knowledgeable about various kinds of learning disability. If your child is having difficulty in concentrating, an evaluation and diagnosis by your pediatrician should be the first step. He may recommend a further evaluation by a team of psychiatric, neurological and learning disability specialists such as is available in large medical centers. On the other hand, a significant number of children have been helped by the removal of additives, especially artificial coloring and flavors, from their food. (See "The Feingold Association" next week). Melvin Levite, M.D:, writing in Redbook (October, 1976) warns against the indiscriminate use of drugs to quiet hyperactive children. He recommends careful evaulation first and only short-term drug use except in the most severe cases. Some of the problems associated with medication include the possibility of masking the underlying cause and adverse effects on appetite, sleep and behavior. Because of the possibility that they may retard growth, drugs are usually discon- tinued at adolescence. Dr. Levine believes that education is the most important part of the treatment for hyperactive children and urges parents to join forces in developing community awareness of the importance of providing special education classes in the public school system. --Dr. Levine is assistant professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and director of the Medical Outpatient Department at the Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston. ...... t) 1976 as o community service of l~e Health Deparlment, General Con. feren(:e of Seventh-day Adventisl~,. Mrs. Eddie Stone of Falls of son, Gonza and his recent guests of Mrs. of South Bend, In- diana. Guests on Sunday were James Payne, Bernie Payne and their families. ADMISSIONS April 25 Della Allen, Beaver Dam; Barbara Phelps, Horse Branch; John Baker, Narrows; William Harrel], Beaver Dam; Bertha Morris, Professional Care Home; Joel Smith, Hartford; Charles Cook, Cromwell; and Louisa Hoskins, Centertown. April 26 Mary Hall, Beaver Dam; Christine Pence, Hartford; Joey Goodman, Nelson, Beaver Dam; Opal Hill, Beaver Dam; Doris Payton, Hart- ford; Frank Spears, Hartford; Murphy Cain, Beaver Dam; Aleen Davis, Beaver Dam; Leland Harreld, Beaver Dam; Arlie Bishop, Cen- tertown; and Calvin Cunningham, Livermore. April 30 Kathy Nance, Beaver Dam; Esker Coleman, Beaver Dam; Betty Decker, Rockport; Deborah Myers, Horse Branch; Lucy Chinn, Hartford; Olaton; Marty Small, Beaver Dam; and Leonacd Wallace, Hartford. April 27 Jason Hoskins, Centertown; Stella Hayes, Echols; Minnie McCombs, Rockport; Lonnie Daugherty, Horse Branch; and Louva Everly, Beaver Dam. April 28 Ettie Daugherty, Horse Branch; Tommy Hughes, Centertown; Mary Martin, Cromwell; Mary Hamilton, Beaver Dam; Estell Woolen, Horse Branch; Jesse Majors, White Plains; Parrie Burkhart, Beaver Dam; Chasity GeRry, Rosine; Yeullis Renfrow, Horse Branch and Emma Howard, Beaver Dam. April 29 Margaret Beatty, Horse Branch; Leamon White, Morgantown; Estfl Nelson, Beaver Dam; Opal Hill, Beaver Dam; Doris Payton, Hart- ford; Frank Spears, Hartford; and Murphy Cain, Beaver Dam. April 29 Margaret Beatty, Horse Branch; Leamon White, Morgantown; Estil Wallace Napier, Beaver Dam; and Carl CaHoway,' Hartford. May 1 Wallace Whitfield, Hartford; Lydia F. Geary, McHenry Raymond Scott, Beaver Dam; Maggie Smith, Cen- tertown; Roy Leach, Beaver Dam; Timothy House, Hartford; Margaret Everly, Beaver Dam; Venetta Oiler, Centertown; and Rose Pharris, Horse Branch. May 2 Gracie Ashby, Hartford; Keri Abney, Hartford; Lula Ball, Hart- ford; Donna Singleton, Beaver Dam; Ruth Condor, Fordsville; Timothy Casteel, Hartford; Geneva Burton, Hartford; Earl Sapp, Olaton; James Buckner, Morgantown; Thomas Puckett, Cromwell; Mary Menser, Beaver Dam; Pat Keeling, Beaver Dam; Regina GeRry, Rosine; John Hillard, Beaver Dam; and James Givens, Beaver Dam. DISCHARGES April 25 Debbie Shephard, Mary Heflin, (REPUBLICAN TICKET) e Cou.A~t~e~do~e consideration , hereby annou nce my candidacy for the office of Ohio ,;jmwear !reskl oner.subject, to the Renublicanr Primary on May 24. .... ty HiSh seen Wdhams Street in North Beaver Dam. I am a graduate of UntO Uoun- SUNSHINE ~1 stud-ca,el and Kentucky Wesleyan College. At present i am comvletins advan- CottrSe.l~a.o_. y at Western Kentucky University and have completed the Dale Carnegie from EYF M ' olleCtlon eon~u~veral years I have been active in civic work and have enjoyed serving my ~ono~b{~n.man ways, ! presently am a member of the Ohio County iaycees, ,~ ~ ureer of Kentu oun b Fire De t ~entuct... H - cky Colonels, Y g Repu licans, Volunteer ' p., uonlmi~e ealth Systems Sub-Area Council, a,~d Green River Emergency Medical ~ ~.ha~been activelY-" in the Republican Party for most of my life and have served ~.~ttirmanaaat the Ohio County Young Repub.~...ans State ~foung Republican Vice , IOU " 1" " ' I~nc..... th Chauman for the Ohto County Republican Camvaign Committee. ~-nai . - ~tate Corn.o, ~an, delegate to the Repubhcan ~tate Convent,on, and"Repubhcan . 1 tm -'~' x-ommittee member. ! was elected Ohio County Constable l'n 1973. .oulan~ ~V_~ntly employed as Administrator of the Ohio County Emergency Am- ztei that ~ace amd hold the Certification of Emergency Medical Technician. ! "nor my training in this field makes me qualified to perform the duties of Cor- ~e~e~e t~ed~/shall strive to give the best service o f which I am capable, lwill ho~ uuties of this o]~fice fairly and impartially in a courteous, efficient, be a~/~ .Campaign I will try and contact as many of you as possible but it uke to. ..... mtPo~i~ie to see everybody. For the ones ! fail to meet ! would Th~'~e this time to sincerely ask for you~ rapport on May 24th. you very much. for by Candidate CHARLES SHOURDS P.O. BOX 391 BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY 42320 r e THE OP T/CA L SHOPPE is for peo. ple who wear glas. s~s and care about the way they LOOK.ILl Christian Dior Diane Von Frustenbur8 Pierre Can/in Gloria Vanderbilt Playboy Lincoln Mall Owensboro, Kentucky 926.4933 Arnold Wilkins, Patricla Ball, Ira Camp, Augistine Phelps, and Timothy Clevidence. April 26 Claudia Baker, Roy Leach, R. B. Holland, Cora Montgomery, Rhea Render, Rebecca Morris, Esker Coleman and Walter Campbell. April Violet Durbin, John Hillard, Jason Hoskins, Charles Cook, Kathy Daugherty, Bobby Greer, Hazel Chinn, Ann Minton, Patricla Paxton. Phelps. May I Joey Goodman, Gtumle Arnold, Nannle Rafferty, Kathy Nance, Darrell Robinson, Yeullis Renfrow, William Wags,aft, Murphy Cain and Ben Burden. May 2 Marty Small, Estil Nelson, Wallace Napier, Elmer Hall, Tommy Hughes, Louva Everly, Bessie Singleton, Grayford Myers, and Opal Ford. April 28 ....... ~ '1" Ohio County Hospital Clara Moore, Wands GeRry, Virdle A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ashby, Bertha Morris, Ruth Herod, Daugherty, Horse Branch, April 25. and Jesse Majors. April 29 Louisa Hoskins, Debble Tunstill, Stella Hayes, Annie Ruthart, Estell Woelln, Chasity Geary, Mary Hall and Virginia Minten. April 30 Mary Hamilton and Barbara A son to Mr. and Mrs. James Pharris, Horse Branch, May 1. Owensboro-Davless County Hospital A son to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whittaker, Hartford, April 24. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Arnold, Beaver Dam, April 26. Students are encouraged to enter the poster contest being sponsored by' the Ohio County Historical Society for the Amateur Talent Contest to be held June 3 at Wayland Alexander School in Hartford. Cash prizes of $10 for the best poster and $,5.00 for the second place winner will be given. The deadline for pesters is May 21. OPEN MON..SATURDAY The Amateur Talent Contest Is open for comedy acts, pantomimes, ven- triloquist acts, instrumentalists, and singers. Contestants may enter in only one performance and the time limit for each will be five minutes. The contest is limited to talented amateurs from Ohio County and the deadline for entering is June I. First place winner will receive $25, second place $15, and third place $10. Interested persons may contact any of the following: Mrs. Dorothy_ Gentry, phone 296. 177; Sam 'Mc- Dowell, phone 2 -7946; Mrs. W. E Brown phone 298-3181, or Mrs. Hugh Duke, Sr., 276-3311. 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. 0 We can duplicate your present prescription into the new "FASHION LOOK" of todayll "ONE DAY SER VICE" ON SINGLE VISION LENSES -LARRY MINIX- "Optician" Republican Candidate For MAGISTRATE District 1 (Hartford, Dundee, Narrow~ & Sulphur Springs) YOUR VOTE & SUPIPORT by candidate