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ber forum talk oinl ;ide.nt~Pl~rOVSKy pared by Health Prospects of Rock- ,f C,o.~) The Sun ville, Md., people should have fewer ~otl/s ~, preaching the benefits of than 200 milligrams of cholesterol in ' IIM a low cholesterol diet to their blood on any given day to avoid ~ing to listen, the risk of heart disease. ontgomery, a registered I ~ll~~McMinnville CommunityHow much food does a person ~ke to a small gathering need to consume to take in 200 milli- r, Valley Chamber of Corn- grams of cholesterol? Most people exceed the limit by more than three con in The Green Frog or four times after they've eaten oURFy. rfattendance at the lunch breakfast. 11114 ]~0re to last week's sum- A seemingly healthy breakfast ,~q#' l~ather than alack of inter- consisting of one slice of whole Zig ~relationship between a wheat toast, one pat of butter, two 0 a~rl diet and a high risklarge eggs, eight ounces of whole ~ase, the leading cause of milk, two or three apricots and four ounces of orange juice contains 647 ~'~e United States. milligrams of cholesterol, according 2 HrS~y believes it's never ;'F~begin watching choles- to material provided by Montgo- :itile~Said children should begin mery. milk at age 2 and A more cholesterol conservative should be concerned breakfast of two slices of whole fast foods like wheat toast, one tablespoon of but- hamburgers, ter, one large egg, one cup of whole to documentation milk, two or three medium provided that was pre- apricots and four ounces of orange e juice adds up to 367 milligram of cho- On the positive side, if a person re- lesterol, duces his or her blood cholesterol Montgomery's suggestion for a (which can be done by eating foods healthy breakfast is two slices of like oat bran, oatmeal, corn, beans, whole wheat toast, one tablespoon of peas, and fruits containing high margarine (instead of butter), one amounts of pectin) by just I percent tablespoon of peanut butter, three he or she can expect a 2 percent re- quarters of a cup of cooked oatmeal duction in the risk of heart attack, and one cup of non-fat milk, two or again taken from material prepared three medium apricots and four by Health Prospects. ounces of orange juice. This breakfast contains 7 milligrams of Montgomery plans to give lectures cholesterol, all of which comes from on proper diet and cholesterol at the milk. Trinity Lutheran Church in Sheridan. Montgomery presented a slew of Cholesterol screening by Heart statistics to show why people should Chek is planned today and Thursday be concerned about their intake of at Sheridan Drug fern 9:30 a.m. to 6 cholesterol. Among them are that p.m. On Thursday, tests will also be the average amount of cholesterol available from 6 to 7 p.m. There is a found in the blood of heart attack vic- $7 fee. tiros is between 230 milligrams and In addition, lectures on nutrition 240 milligrams, 55 percent of adults are planned April 20 and 27 at 7 p.m. have blood cholesterol levels of more at Trinity Lutheran's fellowship hall. than 200 milligrams and the risk of a Speakers will include Dr. James heart attack is four times greater for Moiloy, Dr. Matthew Sheehan and people having 300 milligrams orpharmacists Gerry Rahn and Robert more of cholesterol in their blood. Burr along with Montgomery. Wednesday, April lg, 1989, The Sun 7 OFF CUSTOM DRAPERIES & BEDSPREADS From Waverly & Fabricut 1 1 17 N. Adams !ivr~ '~J~i~! McMinnville 472-2762 ~i IE I i i IB mu i i i i III I~ 2 FREE AEROBIC | Gunny, BiU Pead and Jack L.aL.ane at Assocmtion of Phys~aJ Fitness Centers Convention Ex0o at C.aeser's Palace in I_as Vegas, Nev. Keeping Fit Is Fun! Gunny's Gym & Fitness Center 433 E. 17th Street McMinnville 434-5044 w/coupon I I I I I value s4.00 H l s Gunny's Gym & Fitness Center 433 E. t 7th Street McMInnvtlle 434-5044 ' lli i i i I ill i I1 ll ll ll IlI llIlIlIlllllllli[ The MUFFLER DOCTOR I 2600 McDonald Ln, McMinnville 10% (Behind PayLess Drug) I OFF 472-1146 1 Mon-Fri 8-5; Sat 9-3 I I I I I I "'SEE THE DOCTOR" " I QUALITY WORKMANSHIP I Glass Packs, Complete Exhaust Systems,. Duals/Headers, Stock Mufflers, Hi-Perform- ance Parts, Shocks, Custom Pipe Bend- II ing, Complete Exhaust Systems for RVs i Size No Problem PARTS & LABOR on any EXHAUST WORK EXPIRES APRIL 30th I I 1 The MUFFLER DOCTOR 2600 McDonald Ln, McMinnville (Behind PayLess Drug) 472-1146 Mon-Fri 8-5; Sat 9-3 i I.--- .,. --,. -- ,,- ,,- ,,- -,, -,, ,,- ,.11 the Sheridan High School Future Farmers of America are building wooden frames for garbage cans in Include from left, Melissa Cooke, Katie Meyer, Tammy Fanning, David Morey and Brian Purrone. The wooden frames are being built as part of the town's cleanup campaign. --Photo by Corinne Ivey. woter service ill by 2,000 acres from the 5,400 regis- he is assigned to burn, he has little, The Sun tered last year. if any, chance to burn his fields for "- ~retrucksl~. will be "filling "1 understand that we have more an entire season.) ['e hydrants rather than growers.' Eckhardt said. "But it'll Basketball: Sheridan volunteers be June before we know how muchtriumphantly '!brought home" ~Station Sheridan Fire , ,, their ]~lEekhardt told the fire we 11 be allowed to burn, Eckhardt trophy, won in the annual Sheridan/ ~~ike~r~t ~ii:!~ t~i:p~!di said 0. " " Willamina Basketball Tournament. Farmer's radio: West Valley Far- ,, ......... ........ ~atelllte omee: ~cKnardt said the b:rj r?:y ~::amIlu:ictltig:n ::qu:::y y:~ihj~lriC0u~:Yi~h:r~af~t:ll;ffi0c~l~; the company can maintain contact . . g-P. _ g ............ in the west Valley. The office would seO~e Should have to pay for wire merr stalz, omer growers, ana ........ ......... De manneo oy two uepuues. ra#~t'~h~se fighting fires.' especlallY,Eckhardt rite aepartment, [- ,~SmallL"e fireoveragedepartmentin waterai" 'The main reason we're consider- # Complete Printing Service h, ~72 for one month's extra ing radio communications is so we I available at won't miss our burn time," said Ray | THE SUN dan,~,,.~Uch.' Thetotal water Rice, chairman of the board and a | 249 S. Bridge, Sheridan ~rea~t for March is $108.72. ,ast0f a r :l'~g eed that taxpayersfarmer on Harmony Road. (If a far- / 843-2312 ~t~e to pay twice for mer misses out on the specific time / i iness, m i :i~)~?dth~ele;~nai(!dge~!ils, A ~I "]c'"Ji~ being adapted fr fire" )F R, r~s~;y:!if~h:2~g/i: Offers ~g: Farmers have re- Jk TM acres for burning, up Trigger Point Therapy For information call SHERIDAN FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 639 W. Main Street, Sheridan M-W-F 9-12, 1:30-6 T-Th 1:306 533 cases at I&R The Sheridan Information and Re- ferral Center handled 533 clients in March, including 106 new clients. A total of 397 were repeat clients, in- cluding 240 senior clients. I IIIII I i i TE"M: q SIX MONTH j ? $500 Minimum Ill All First Federal Savings plans deliver DALLY COMPOUNDED INTEREST. And are insured by the FSLIC up to $100,000. Jlatos suit#tot io char~e' wthOt*1 ~io~ 0.04o Sui~u,llagL'l penalllf lot lady wli'4taw~d 11o01 mnlllclto accDun~ Membm el SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF McMINNVILLE GE 5 Convenient Full-Service Locations in Yamhill County all, el course, Amomalic l#~et Macl,ine Nelwo,k Newberg Carlton McMinnville Amity Sheridan 538-9449 852-7051 118ThirdSt.-472-6171835-1033 843-3811