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ot ‘N’ Spicy
by Joyce Standfield
If you’re looking for great Mexican food,
at prices college students can afford, you
should visit Casa Gallardo, located at Hanes
Mall near Firestone.
Casa Gallardo has reduced prices on the
lunch menu. The lunch menu consists of
great Mexican dishes such as: Taquitoes,
Flautas, Chimichangas, Burritos and
Tacos. These dishes come in beef and
chicken, and are served with your choice of
rice, refried beans, mixed vegetables or
What would a Mexican restaurant be
without nachoes? At Casa Gallardo nachoes
are available with cheese, cheese and beef,
cheese, beef and beans, chicken and cheese,
seafood and cheese.
For those who would like to stay on this
side of the border, Casa Gallardo also has
cheeseburgers, hamburgers, steaks and the
best smothered chicken breast in the Pied
mont area. All of these delicious dishes are
available morning, noon and night at Casa
Casa Gallardo also has a bar for those
who care to take advantage of it. The bar
serves any kind of drink you want if you’re
19 years old or older.
The restaurant also features happy hour
Monday-Friday from 5:30-€:30 p.m. Happy
hour is when people come to the bar for free
shrimp, pizza, baby back ribs, corn on the
cob, swedish meatballs, nachos, potatoe
skins, and many other different kinds of
So if you like Mexican food or if you are
just looking for a different place to dine,
stop by Casa Gallardo ... You will be glad
Eating Fast Foods!
(Watch Those Calories)
courtesy of The Winston-Salem
Chicken Sandwich (wheat bun)
Broccoli & cheese potato
Bacon Double cheeseburger
Specialty chicken sandwich
Chicken filet sandwich
Roast chicken breast
Broccoli & Cheese potato
Mushroom & cheese potato
Chicken breast sandwich
Sausage & egg sanwich
Roast beef sandwich
Skin Care By Men
More health conscious men
are making personal care part
of their daily fitness routine.
They are watching their diets,
exercising their bodies, and
investigating skin care prod
ucts like never before, to in
sure a totally “fit” appear
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Many men today won't
settle for uncomfortable
skin after a shave.
A man’s facial skin in par
ticular has special needs.
Shaving can make it feel un
Resourceful men are find
ing new or improved toiletries
that provide multiple skin
functions such as an emol
lient-based skin care product
formulated to soothe freshly
shaved skin. One that smells
good and soothes razor
scraped sensitive skin is
call^ AFTA» After Shave Skin
Conditioner and it’s made by
Here are a few additional
skin care tips:
• Apply a skin con
ditioner before and after
sports, as well as after each
• Use a sunscreen in both
hot and cold weather outdoor
• Drink an ample amount
of water, about eight glasses
a day, when playing or work
• After exercising, take a
tepid, lukewarm shower to
safely and gradually reduce
your body temperature.
by James Hyman
Time, what is time?
Some say that time can be indicated by a
But, can it?
Who said a clock is a correct indication of
Some say that time just passes by.
Why can’t time stand still?-
Especially the time we spend together.
Why can’t the beautiful moments we spend
together be frozen?
Why do such times have to pass?
Well, I guess these good times have to pass
in order to make room for more good times.
I certainly hope so.
But, then, I guess I’ll have the answer to my
own question -
by Jonathan Hunter
Mental Pictures: Every time I close my
eyes I see a picture postcard perfect vision
of your innocent face, I’ve seen a lot of pret
ty faces in my life and not like most. I’m no
sucker for one, I’m more into personality
and sincerity. You see I have an upset
stomach from a broken heart, and a
migrain headache that won’t go away. But I
think you can remedy all that. Just let me
serve and protect you, show you my world
and make you laugh. I put people in a casual
mood because I always let my world be free
and if there’s any doubt in your mind, look
into my eyes they are the windows of my
soul and you will find that I’m not a phony.
by Karla Barksdale
Health and Beauty Tips
If you suffer recurrent bouts of acne, here
are come tips:
• Keep you face clean, but don’t overdo it.
A couple of washings a day will usually keep
the pores of>en.
• Try an over-the-counter preparation
containing benzoyl peroxide or sulfur and
resorcinol. These m^ications do work if us
• Keep your hands off your face.
• If you take an oral contraceptive and
find your acne flares monthly, ask your
gynecologist about an alternative.
• If your problem persists, consult a der
matologist. Many effective treatments, in
cluding antibiotics, such as tetracycline,
have developed in recent years.
For ages dermatologists pointed an ac
cusing finger at the fatty, sweet and .salty
foods you pigged out on. He also promised,
“You’ll grow out of it.” But acne has tagged
along throughout high school and now has
come to college with you. Even faces that
didn’t have a single pimple are breaking
Why? Is it something you’ve been eating
or drinking? Years ago your dematologist
may have said yes, today more are saying
no! Most have thrown out the dietary link to
acne, insisting what you eat and drink
makes no difference.
There is no evidence that diet makes acne
better or worse claim many top der
matologist. Those who claim diet is not a
factor in a bad complextion hold the most
weight. Studies in the 60’s and 70’s inflicted
megadoses of chocolate on suspecting par
ticipants with or without acne. Neither
group showed any significant reaction to
According to top dermatologists, there is
not concrete evidence that says a good diet
will make acne improve. Studies conducted
during the 60s and 70s, subjected par
ticipants to megadoses of chocolate. Some
of the participants had acne problems,
some didn’t. Neither group showed signifi
cant reaction to chocolate.
So, if you order large fries, some greasy,
spicey chicken, a large Pepsi and a thick
slice of chocolate cake, don’t be swayed into
thinking the breakouts will take over. Take
your cues from your skin and take control
over acne where you can.
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