The Clarksdale Press Register from Clarksdale, Mississippi on July 28, 1987 · 3
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People Today Tuesday Afternoon, July 28, 1937 Eudora Welty to open Faulkner conference Actress Ruth Ford to recreate famous role of 'Temple Drake' UNIVERSITY - Headlining the 14th annual Yoknapatawpha Conference opening at Ole Miss Sunday afternoon is Mississippi literary great Eudora Welty reading and answering questions at Fulton Chapel at 3 p.m. Miss Welty's appearance is open to the general public. Advance tickets are available at the Union or at the door: $2 for University students; $3 for senior citizens & persons under 18; $4 for adults. The conference entitled "Faulkner and the Craft of Fiction," will continue through Friday, Aug. 7. Included on the agenda are lectures by literary scholars; group discussions with Faulkner family and friends; readings by actress Ruth Ford Wednesday evening; a picnic at Rowan Oak, Faulkner's home Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 5; and tours of Faulkner's fictional Yoknapatawpha County on Tuesday. Registration for the entire conference is $125 and includes the picnic, a tour and a Sunday night buffet supper. More information is available from the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, telephone: 232-5993. The official unveiling of a new U.S. Post Office stamp honoring William Faulkner who received the Nobel Prize in literature and two Pulitzer Prizes will be Monday. First-day-of-issue ceremonies will take place at 11 a.m. at the School of Education auditorium. The new stamp features a portrait of the author by Murray L. Goldsborough. First-day cancellations through the mail are available by two methods. Collectors may buy the stamp at their local post office; affix to their own envelopes and send to: Customer-Affixed Envelopes, William Faulkner Stamp, Postmaster, Oxford, MS 38655-9991. There is no charge, but envelopes must be postmarked no later than Sept. 2. , Others preferring to have the USPS affix the stamp, should enclose a personal check or WEDNESDAY 2 p.m. - Rehearsal for Zeta Phi Beta debutante talent show will lie at The Auditorium. THURSDAY 2 p.m. - Rehearsal for Zeta Phi Beta debutante talent show will be at The Auditorium. FRIDAY 2 p.m. - Rehearsal for Zeta Phi Beta debutante talent show will be at The Auditorium. MONDAY 5:30 p.m. - The annual membership meeting of the Clarksdale Community Theater will be at the Chamber of Commerce office. Tuesday bridge winners listed Duplicate bridge winners at Riverside Recreation Center Tuesday, July 21, were: North -South: First place, Yvonne Lewis and Rose Marie Clark; Second place, Mary Pat Keeshan and Martha Sylar; Third place, Jerry Harris and George Winter. East -West: First place, tied between, Barbara Agostinelli and Elizabeth Sessions and Tora Faulkner and Phyllis Higgins; Third place, Marie Stonestreet and Mary Ellis. Victoria Ryann Stone Mr. and Mrs. Mark Franklin Stone of Ft. Smith, Ark., announce the birth of a daughter, Victoria Ryann, born July 12, 1987, at St. Edward's Mercy Hospital in Ft. Smith. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Sammie Sue Parker of Coahoma and Southaven and Bradford Forrest Parker Jr. of Coahoma. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hud-dleston of Clarksdale, Mrs. Susie Harrelson Parker of Cleveland and the late Bradford Parker of Coahoma. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Franklin Stone of Memphis, Tenn., and great-grandparents are Mrs. Fulton Hancock of Louisville and Mrs. Burt Raffield of Panama City, Fla. rxSocial Register ' P j William Faulkner, winner of the Nobel Prize in literature and two Pulitzer Prizes, is being honored with the issuance of a new Literary Arts Series stamp. First-day-of-issue ceremonies will be 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3, at the School of Education auditorium on the Ole Miss campus during the Yoknapatawpha Conference. money order for 22 per stamp and send to: William Faulkner, Stamp, Postmaster, Oxford MS 38655-9992. Deadline is Sept. 2. At 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, famed stage and screen actress Ruth Ford, a native of Hazlehurst and Ole Miss alumna, will read the role of Temple Drake in the play "Requiem for a Nun," which was created ex- i fi if J - Y v sLjy ( Spanish accents CHS cheers Having a great U.S. summer learn- photo by Mayfield ing cheers from Clarksdale High School cheerleaders is Marta Menor Gomez of Marbella, Spain, on top, a Spanish exchange student from Marbella staying with the Jessie Stewart family here. From left are Vicki Havens, Donna Wong, and Dabney Stewart (her American sister this summer.) Marta arrived on her 16th birthday, has fallen in love with chocolate chip cookies, barbeque, and shopping malls. The Stewarts whose middle daughter, Dell, is a Spanish student, report there couldn't have been a more perfect match for their family. Marta is an excellent athlete, enjoys playing basketball and many activities and games at Oakhurst Baptist Church's new activity center. This weekend the Stewarts will take her to the Ramesses exhibit in Memphis and Graceland. Marta will leave Aug. 10 but plans to return next summer. CHURCH FURNITURE For Quality and Low Prices Wallace Foy 171 Westover Dr. Clarksdale, MS 38614 601-624-6926 c-SNIW " ; AND ,i j USED,1 . . 1 -g i . Mississippi literary great Eudora Welty will open the 14th annual Yoknapatawpha Conference at 3 p.m. Sunday in Fulton Chapel with a reading and question and answer session. The general public is also invited. - Photograph by Frank Hains - Courtesy Mississippi ETV pressly for her by William Faulkner. Tickets for the Fulton Chapel performance are $4 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and under 18 and $2 for University students. Other roles will be read by actors from the Oxford-University community. Miss Ford, who knew Fll be with you every day of your diet. At Diet Center, you work with a counselor, one-on-one, one day at a time. Call for a free consultation. And get a taste of how it all works. Diet. Center Peggy Reece-Counselor 627-9140 OR 627-2321 43 Delta Ave. Monday Friday 7:30 A.M. -12:30 P.M. 3:30-4:30 P.M. V Faulkner while she was a student at Ole Miss in the 1930s, later became a good friend while both were under contract to Warner Brothers in Hollywood. She performed "Requiem" to glittering reviews in London in 1958, earning a Best Actress nomination in the London theatre. The production, which co-starred her late husband, Zachary Scott, was moved to New York the following year to earn more fine reviews. Miss Ford will make a second appearance at the conference at 3 p.m. Friday leading a discussion on her remembrances of Faulkner and the production of the play. A performance of words, music, and movement at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, at Fulton Chapel will feature Sister Thea Bowman of the Catholic Diocese of Mississippi presenting "Faulkner's Artistry and the Arts of Black America." Tickets are $2, $3, and $4. An exhibit of materials relating to authors William Faulkner and Eudora Welty and actress Ruth Ford is on display in the Mississippi Room of the John Davis Williams Library. Featured in the University Museum through Aug. 16 is an exhibition entitled "Welty I and II." It consists of 32 black and white photos taken in the early 1930s when she traveled across the state as a publicist for the WPA. $5 $5 SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY AT 9:30 A.M. NO SALES BEFORE 9:30 WED. CASH-VISA-MASTERCARD ONLY 252 Sunflower Clarksdale, MS. UVIV) W 6f Excellences NORTHNNEST MISSISSIPPI REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER POST OFFICE BOX 1218 CLARKSDALE, MS 3861 4 (601)627-3211 COMPUTER SYSTEM ENHANCES CARE AT NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER - By Joni Wilson, Director Marketing Services Checking systems for potentially harmful drug interactions, allergies, and appropriateness of dosage with respect to the patient's body weight. Lab results instantly transmitted to and printed in nursing stations. Automatic charging as a byproduct of ordering or resulting. Electronic claims transfer to Medicare and Blue Cross. These are just a few of the reasons representatives from approximately twenty-five hospitals from several states, including Rhode Island, California, Washington, Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi have visited Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center in the three years the system has been in operation. As the first Medical Center in the state to have such a system, the representatives came to study what the NWMRMC is doing to enhance the operation of the Medical Center. "It has proven to be a very good patient care and administrative tool," said Clifford L. Johnson, Jr., Executive Director. Are You Tempted By Catalogs? IF SO, CALL US FIRST... 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The results are then keyed into a terminal in the lab and transmitted instantly back to the appropriate nursing station, "saving five to six man hours per day on manually posting those results," according to Vernon Davis, MT, Chief Laboratory Technician. In addition to improving direct patient care, the system is an effective cost containment tool. "The first year after the order communications applications was installed, the Medical Center's revenues increased," said Clinton Eaves, Controller. This application virtually eliminates incorrect charging by simultaneously charging a test to a patients bill when that mW' V an old tradition" Dial624-G385 test result is transmitted back to the nursing station. To further increase speed and accuracy of billing and reimbursement. Medicare and Blue Cross claims are transferred electronically to Blue Cross computers located in Jackson, eliminating days of processing time at both ends. Other functions made easier and more cost effective by the Hospital Patient Management System include admissions, discharges, accounts receivable, general ledger, accounts payable, medical records, case mix management, DRG reporting, personnel, and payroll. "The system's flexibility, ease-of-use and expandibility have allowed the hospital to keep up with rapidly changing regulations and requirements." says Bob Nance, Director of Data Processing. "In fact, the soft ware company has incorporated several of the ideas of James Price, Director of Pharmacy, in to their base pharmacy packet. I think with the flexibility of this system, we will be able to meet the challenge of running our hospital lor a long time. $(D)

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