Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 18, 1976
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2C · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 18, 1976 KAY ITT 111V1I .I. K. A KKA\?A « ^ V A V H \ n 5v ,s*.\«K,ivA U *x"J ,T% "Jr^^yS Organization Taps 20 Men Cardinal XX, an tionor niiizHtion for outstanding slinicii men nl the University Arkansas, tins Inppcd 20 men r membership. 'Membership icofjnixes llic sliitients t for ,'i'vice to (he University ..and s conimunily. ·"" · . Mew members are. Cliff ouin of 'LiUlc Rock; .lohnny rcnncr of Parkin; Fred l)ar- ille of North Little Rock; Tim erry of Overland Park; -111;; Ik'ii Buchanan of Texarkana, ex.; Sieve Eason of Faycltn- illc; Ken Christian of Helena; I'aller Wilson ot Springdale; 'crnic WilHams of: Drinkley.; liuck Kogers of Slircycporl, n.; John Allen of Memphis, 'cim.; Sieve Bennell of Blylhe- ilte; f r a n k Teed of Little ?ock; Dalhiin Gaskill of Hardon: Tim Oshorn of Fayetle- ille; David Burleson ot Fay- llevillc; Pal Mlka oF. Rogers; Greg Fair of .Wcsl Memphis: (eve Wilson of SUillgart;. and )anion Thompson of Nashville. John Allen of ; Memphis, 'enn.. was clectel president for 970-77; Pat Mika. vice prcsi- lent; Steve Bennell. secretary, UK! Steve Eason. treasurer. NEW WHEELER BRIDGE AWAITS CONCRETE DECK . . . following completion of the main masonry and sleel structure, construction of approarli rmnps Bridges Hearing Completion Two bridges currently under construction in Washington County are entering the final stages of construction according to Cou nty J udgc Vol L este r. The Wheeler bridge, near Wheeler community, should be open to traffic in about weeks, Lester said. Workmen are ready to pour the concrete -- which" must cure Eor 21 days -- then build the asphalt entrance ramps. Ttie bridge is being built under a contract for more than 3204,000. The Illinois River Bridge near Bethel Grove community alreudy has most ofi the concrete poured, but, Lester said, the county will have to build another, smaller, bridge just east of the location to acco- modate any . heavy rainfall. Lester said the estimated cost of the bridge -- built by count: work crews using surplus stee. -- is between $50,000 and $00,000 and includes the smaller bridge. Both bridges in dial area should be open to traffic in-about one month, Lester said. (TIMESphofo by Ken Good) CURING PROCISSS UNDERWAY At Springdale Resource Room Offers Helping Hand SPRIGDALE -- The Resource Room a t . the Ozark Guidance Center in Springdale was etstab- lished last June to provide a central , place where people could . get information about mental health. Under the direction of Ellen Coffey, the Resource Room has expanded to include pamphlets books, cassette tapes, film's, and slides that deal with sub- ects ranging from family life situations to alcoholism to mental illness and emotional ' problems. The Resource Room, now located in a small, upstair room at the Ozark Guidanc Center (OGC), suun mil b moved'to the first floor. B es [des providin · more roam for peop!e who come in Eo read listen to a tape or watch a slidf presentation, (be . first floo; location will also make thi service more accessible to the public, Mrs. Coffey pointef out. She sees this accessibility ant availability as an important par of the program, especially sinci she believes this is the orili program of its kind in the OGl district, The Ozark Guidance Cente is a comprehensive communit menial health center fo r e s i d e n t s of Washington BenEon, Madison and Carro" Counties. "People come to the Resourc Room for many reasons," Mrs Seasick motor? Let Wards make it ship-shape. Boating can be a lirec/o --without Bails! Let our trained technicians give your Sea King 1 ^ outboard a tune-up. Call us or bring yotuc motor Jn today! 443-4591 Montgomery Ward SERVICE DEPARTMENT Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Ifey said. " A - l o t of people cl "I know T have a problem.. I could just get' some ta- rnation on it, I could solve "Or the information they lain might make them more vare of their problem and the riousness of it. Or it might ake them feel easier about e e k i n g professional as- stancc," she added. Mrs, Coffey noted that there a stigma attached to menla! ness which reveals itself in person's desire not to be iden led as a patient. MANY SHUN CARE For tills reason, she said, r gnificant number of people do ot take advantage of- menta ealthrelated services. . The Resource Room provides way for these people to ge ithbut being tabled as atient or client of the Cente nd encourages communitj Bareness of menial health Irs. Cuffey observed- Persons who use (he Resourc com will not be asked t lentify themselves at Eh en tcr's front desk, but I\ 1 rs Coffey will ask them for in ormation that will help her valuating Ehe effectiveness ie Resource Room, T h e pamphlets in th Resource Room are availabl ree of charge for person o take home. There is also ibrary of books Ehat can b hecked out, Mrs, Coffey sak ^he cassette tapes can stened to al tte Center, an omc of Ihese also may 1: aken home. Some of tbe popular tapes ar he relaxation tapes, Mr. ?offey said. These vocally lea he listener in a series ^xercises designed lo help In person relax. Since the Center is open mil p.m. each Tuesday, pcop who work can use the Resourc 'oom after regular busines lours. As a part of Ihe Resource oom program; Mrs. Coffey elps set up film presentations ir other OGC staff members \e also gives lectures and pre cnlnlions herself. The Resource Room recieyes s funds through a yearly Till' grant program ma tie callable through the Higliei Education Act'of.1965. Women To Relate Rape Experiences The Northwest Arkansas Tas *"orce on Rape wilI sponsor 'Speak-Out on Rape" Wee nesday, at 4 p.m in fhe Unite Campus Ministry! 902 W, Mapl St. A t that time variou women will relate their expei icnces as victims of rape, a :empled rape, and other violci assaults. T h e purpose of Hi Speakout is to educate (I community ahmit the reoli of rape as typified in Ihe pn sonal experience of indh'idu women. A committee of Ihe Fayi tevilie Women's Center, 't Task Force on Rape was fo med last August to investiga the problem of sexual assault the. Northwest Arkansas are In October, 1975, the Ta Force established the Ra Victim's Defense Fund to a victims in obtaining leg ssistance in prosecuting ra cases, On April 15, Ihe liiijic Cns Line was opened lo provide hour counseling and assistan to victims of rape, attempt rape, and other assaults, T h Crisis Line number is 4-H-200I The Speak-Out is open to I public. Discussion On Expressway Se! The Arkansas Union Syni ssiurn Committee al the nivcrsity of. Arkansas wil :onsor a free open discussion 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the ciencc-Engineering Auditor im. The topic will be the proposct 'orthwcst Arkansas Express ·ay. This proposed expresswaj ·ill run from tiie Missouri Hni Interstate 40. A moderate: ·ill preside (luring the even nd a question panel wii o n e l u d e the discussion u d i e n c e participation i 'elcome. Speakers for this symposiin ill be "Stu" Prossei-. genera manager of the Arkansas Bu .nd Truck Association; Ben F 'ohnson IV, member of th Vestern ' Ozark Consen r atio ?0[nmission, and Ted Gunman i member of the Citizens Ex iressway Coalition. A fourt .peaker will be announce ater. Se-aporf Show MYSTIC, Conn. (AP) -- A exhibit of art. folk art and art facts acuired by Mystic Se port during the past six yea is being shown through June at the seaport's R.J. Schaefc Building. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO JO" E. Side Square e tnjjf (o enhan ...... ... r:isk,n; Li 11.1 RHP fr»iin1;iirn- 3 Location! (Rogers, Spr!r K il ;,],-. FareUrnlteJ. Call 1I5333. "All Rents And Snles Centers" .. at Illinois river bridge near Bethel Grove. In background can be seen excavation jar a second, smaller bridge Prizes Awarded NEW YOUK AP) -- The uncroft Prizes "for 1976 have awarded "by Columbia niversity to historian David Research Article Found in Journal Dr. C.F orofossor of Rao, associate marketing in the rion Davis and American lil- raturc scholar R.W.B. Lewis, oln of Yale University. · The awards of $4,00 each ecognize "books of exceptional merit and distinction in Amerian history, diplomacy, and the nLernatinnal relations t)f the Jnited States" which were pub - College of Business Adminislra- ion at the University of Arkansas, is the author of an article published in the Novembci December issue of the journal, Manager is the official organ if the Greek Management Association of Athens." Greece, ished in 1975. Djavts' winning .book 'The Problem nf Slavery in the Age of Revolution. 1770-182,1' Cornell University Press) anc ,e\s'is' was ''Edith Wharton: A Piography" (Harper fc.Row.) Manager. T h e article i s ' R e s e a r c h i n g entilldc Overseas Markets" and was written from the perspective of an exportei in less-developed- coiniliies. The professor suggested a multi level approach to cxpoi' marketing research problem experienced by exporters in general and for those in Icss- tlcvelopcd countries in parti- Gofi Named To Power Committee Millard Goff, manager of tha ark Electric Cooperative of FaycUeville, w a s elected chairman of the ,haord of "lha newlv formed Committee oh Power For the Southwest at Eha April annual meeting at Dallas,Texas. - ' The organization consists of m u n i c i p a l and cooperative electric systems in six states. I n c l u d e d are Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas. Missouri and Kansas. From each slate, there will be two representatives-one from an electric municipal system and o n e from - an electric cooperative. The prupose of the committee is to coordinate efforts in s e c u r i n g generation a n d transmission facilities and any other way to improve wholesale power supply and cost. The newly formed committee is in the process of being for- mJaly incorporate!] , and has tentatively hired an'" executive director. Offices will he located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. SAVE NOW with ULTRA STEAM CARPET and F U R N I T U R E CLEANING Any slie t-tvlnn Boom fileam Slewed and na CALL NOW $19.95 Ph. 521-3620 MclLROY BANK TRUST ' Cordially Invites You \ To The Groundbreaking of its new Banking Complex on the Fayetteville Square i ·Tuesday, April 20 2 p.m. Behold The Lamb of God WITH Evangelist R. E. Strange of Alexandria, La. -- You Fee! Lost or Confused --You Are Tired of Dead Religion --You Are Sick, Diseased or Suffering In Body --Your Soul Is Crying Out for More of God --Hungry for the "Pure Word of God" -- You Love Holiness and the Name of Jesus Then turn aside for these three nights for the hearing of the Holy Word of God preached with power and authority, God confirming His Word. APRIL 19, 20 and 21 7:30. NIGHTLY RAMAY JR. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

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