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|Rights Holder||Sally Fowler Francom, Point Publishing, Lehi, Utah|
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|Paper||Lehi Free Press|
New Utah! Lehl Free Prast Wednesday, November 25, 1998 Page 8 leware: The last drop of coffee may not be good Dear Ann Landers: I recently watched a TV newsmagazine show and had my worst suspicions confirmed. It showed restaurant employees serving regular coffee to customers who had requested decaf. The program caught employees "topping off and even filling empty decaf pots with regu- e, sex-fre- e. it stroll "Fifty-seve- Dear Indianapolis: You have performed a valuable public service for millions lar coffee. of readers by writing to me Their attitude was "Who will today. Thank you for preknow the difference?" One venting several thousand employee laughed when she migraine headaches around was confronted while pouring the globe. P.S. Some people find that regular coffee into a decaf pot. Her comment was "A little reg- caffeine raises their blood ular coffee won't hurt anybody." pressure. And, of course, I want to tell her that it can pregnant women, nursing r hurt some people. Me, for mothers and people taking r I used to get killer certain medications should t example. from caffeine. Once I avoid caffeine. Waitpersons, migraines .r switched to decaffeinated cof- take note. t fee, the headaches stopped. Several times, I have been served regular coffee in a restaurant, even though I specified decaf, and it makes me angry. I pay for the waiters' carelessness or laziness the next day. I am sick as a dog and can't get my head off the pillow. Anyone who has suffered Dear Ann Landers: I read your column about after-prosleepovers saying no teenager could possibly handle the temptation presented by the situam tion. Almost all the responses you printed were from parents. As a college freshman, I would like to say I was deeply offended by those letters. After both my junior and senior proms, a friend of mine hosted a sleepover. All our parents, mine included, gave their permission because they trusted us. I am proud to say we proved ourselves worthy of their trust. Both junior and senior parties from headaches migraine knows what a living hell it can be. letter will let those restaurant employees I hope What's our secret? I have no idea. We are worlds apart in many ways but are like one in the ways that count. Sure, sex is great, but love is more durable. So, if you see a little old guy and a plumpish old gal walking slowly down the street holding hands, be assured, this is as good as it gets. Charley in South Bend, Ind. pays off. If you don't believe me, just ask some girls who have lost theirs. Dear Ann Landers: I just read the letter from "Harvey in Orlando," who said how much in love he is with his wife after these years. My wife is 79, and I am 80. We were stuck at all O'Hare Airport a few weeks ago, cursing the airlines after a layover plus a three-hou- r two-ho- 'TYT'TITl ago." Dear Maryland: I applaud your position. Virginity Dear Charley: Your letter warmed my heart. What splendid role models for the younger generation. Bless you and your sweetheart. ur delay. I felt a tap on my sleeve, and a female voice asked, "What's School district financials in conformity with accounting i J know that some customers who request decaf have a good reason for doing so and that their wishes should be respected. Caffeine Free in Indianapolis Developmental Center volunteer keeps temple grounds gleaming Jim Jex, director of Sunset Building where Willie lives. Then someone came up with the idea that he might could help on the grounds. Judy Price, Primary president at the USDC LDS Ward, talked with temple offi- "Please can I serve." William, as he asked to be called, knows that dreams do come true. A resident of the Utah State Developmental Center, William had expressed a desire to serve at the Mount Timpanogos LDS Temple. Each Monday he drives his electric wheelchair across the Htreet from the developmental center to the temple where he works for about an hour-and-- a cials, who agreed. "He really looks forward to going over (to the temple grounds)," Covington said, "and always wants to know if this is the day he goes. But this isn't, his only job. He also works one day a week for an hour feeding baby fish at Paradise Pond, and two hours, two days a week shredding half industrialist polishing the lights located near ground level around the grounds, cleaning bugs from the surfaces, says Tracy Covington, USDC staff paper at the Utah County Building. William knows that dreams do come true, if you set your goal and keep believing in it. District and reporting line with generally accepted procedures," he said, adding, "it also aids in our effort to continually improve our procedural strategies." Along with its praise of district practices, the audit identifies three areas for scrutiny by the district: a tightening of control over medical insurance premiums paid by the district, development of a plan to cover health care for eligible employees, and continued attention to the "year 2000 issue." With respect to lessening the impact of the year 2000 on accounting procedures, Holbrook told board members that "efforts are underway to ensure that these computer systems are capable of successfully making the transition into the 21st century. School Alpine financial accounting practices "present fairly" in all material respects the financial position of the district as of June 30, 1998, and operate "in conformity with accepted generally principles", accounting according to a recently completed external audit of the district performed by the CPA firm, Squire and Company. The yearly review of the district's financial reporting and accounting practices by a outside agency is mandated by state law. The audit was presented to the district's five member board of education during their November business meeting. Greg Holbrook, district director of accounting, said this year's audit gives the district a clean bill of health and also makes a couple of suggestions for improvement: "The external audit is a very valuable tool to help us maintain the professionalism of our department. It helps us insure that our accounting practices are fair to the public and in 72 HOUR EMERGENCY KITS r j PJ WATER PACKETS iKSU UPB WATER STORAGE BARRELS WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS EMERGENCY FOOD RATIONS DEHYDRATED FOODS I I lr " 568 WEST """ " " "; " PACIFIC DR. AM. FORK mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimimviM Let First Colony Take You Home We're the 1 co-e- d my member who accompanies him. "One of the staff came to me and said Willie wanted to be involved with the temple," said were 100 percent drug-freyour secret?" alcohol-fre- e I asked, "What secret?" and Several of my friends and I She replied, "I've been have made a commitment to watching you two sitting there save sex for marriage, and I am holding hands. How long have confident that we will honor you been married?" n I told her, . that commitment. Please print this letter on behalf of years." "Oh, my," she sighed. "We've teenagers everywhere who think the way I do. 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