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y, September 15, 1994 :t (lattltbau .fltlmlt Page 5 alking Toward Healthier Life  Thousands of volunteers will taking to the nation's roads and ways this fall to walk for their n health as well as that of their teighbors and friends. ] They will be participating in E0cal American Heart Walk events  raise money for the American cart Association and to call tention to the benefits of alking as an exercise to help velop and maintain fitness. Walking, an aerobic exercise, an condition the heart and lungs ! performed at the inten- proper flty for 30-60 minutes at a time, t least three times a week. If you loomn't have 30-minute of block a e, try two, 15-minute blocks. nditioning increases the ,,en available to the body and the heart to use oxygen efficiently. In addition, walking can: give you more energy and increase your resistance to fatigue: improve your self- image: relieve tension and help you relax and sleep; tone muscles; and increase stamina. If you decide to begin a regular walking you may want to see doctor first. Some people, should seek medical especially if: You are 40 or older and are not accustomed to regular exercise. You have heart trouble, a heart murmur, or you have had a heart attack. Your doctor said your blood pressure is too high and not under control or you don't know whether your blood pressure is normal. You frequently have pain or pressure in the chest, neck shoulder or arm after exer- cising. You experience extreme breathlessness after mild exertion. You have bone or joint problems. You often feel faint or have spells of severe light- headedness. You have a medical condition that might need special attention, such as insulin- dependent diabetes. L/,.) For more information abo at American Heart Walk or begin- ning a regular walking program, contact your local American Heart Association or call 1-800- AHA-USA 1 (1-800-242-8721). [The dr Coec I JUNE HINOJOSA 204 S Koogle Monoger - Oper I ator Clorendon, Texas 79.6 Senior Citizens Menu September 15-21 Tnursday: Honey Glazed Chicken Grill, Curly Fries, Glazed Car- rots, Cabbage, Apple & Raisin Salad, Banana Pudding, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday. Smothered Steak, Parsley Potatoes, Fried Vegetable Stiel, Orange Pineapple Delight, Pastries, Biscuit, Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday:. Chicken Strips, Mini Baked Potato, Turnip Greens, Mixed Fruit, Butterscotch Pudding w/Topping, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Tuesday:. Roast Beef w/Natural Gravy, Broccoli & Cauliflower, Fried Squash, Spinach Salad, Cream Apple Salad, Coffee, Tea, Milk Wednesday:. Pork Fritter, Macaroni & Tomatoes, Carrots, Can- taloupe, Blueberry Sour Cream Pie, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Pud Bain's Garage Sale Saturday, Sept. 17th 410 W. 4th Bronco Booster Club Needs YOU! Every Monday Night at 7 p.m. at the Bronoo Field House. Come out and Support the Bronco's. NEW! Alka Seltzer Plus Liclui- Gels Cough & Cold, Cold, & Night-time Tresemme Hair Spray $3.49 Flex Shampoo lOz $1.99 Soft & Dri Spray Deoderant Scented 6 Oz. $3.69 Burly Trash Bags $.99 School Lunch Bags $.69 50 Count Green Forest Paper Towels 3 for $].00 Tavist D 8 Count $4.09 on Clarendon's Main Street since 1910 WE have a large NEW Group of Children's Clothes sizes infant to 6X/7 BIC Twin Select Shavers ,0CountS3.00 Just In - Assortment of Russell Stover Candies We have just received our first shipment of Wmn Boots for Kids. BtO Saye's is also proud to announce that we now carry Beaver Brand Hats by Langenberg Hat Co. for Men and Kids. Pbarn00aCy