Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 9, 1974 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1974
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';f «• ;,•/ \ TEE POSTS ife^r ? §.*•-«-- .. ; .,--i SViFt. in lots of 100 $149 each 6 Ft. in lots of 100 $162 1 each CORRAL PANELS Made from V*" Rod CATTLE 52" x 16' HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS up to 5" for those BIG JOBS Audubon Alcohol Unit Opens AUDUBON — The North Central Alcoholism Research F6undation, Inc., has opened a new branch office at 326 Washington Street in Audubon to serve Guthrie and Audubon counties. NCARF serves Webster, Hamilton, Wright, Humboldt, Calhoun, Pocahontas, Crawford, Sac, Carroll, Greene, Audubon, Guthrie, Dallas and Madison Counties. The staff at NCARF, comprised mostly of recovering alcoholics, acts as a catalyst For a concentrated effort by all existing community agencies on the .problem of alcoholism. They provide the empathy and understanding of the problem conduct large and small group therapy sessions, provide individual counseling, and maintain continuing contact and support of the alcoholic and his family as he recovers from alcoholism. The treatment facility and main office of NCARF is located in Fort Dodge, adjacent to Trinity East Hospital. Acute detoxification, when necessary, is accomplished under the care of a physician in the hospital. Times Herald, Carroll, la. g Tuesday, April 9, 1974 O Group meetings are held daily and individual counseling is available at all times. The length of stay at the treatment facility is indefinite — depending on the need of the individual alcoholic. NCARF has six referral and contact offices, located in Fort Dodge, Webster City, Carroll, Adel, Sac City and Audubon. Staff members of these offices coordinate a continuous follow-through support program, both with the alcoholic and his family and with existing agencies, assuring that the alcoholic benefits from all possible services in a plan of total rehabilitation. Confidentiality, in all respects, is assured. NCARF is funded by federal grant, the State Commission on Alcoholism, and the State Office of Planning and Programming. Additional funds come from cities, counties, and from clients who make support payments to the center. Counties are billed on a per diem basis, depending upon the number of their residents being cared for at the center. This charge includes payment for room, board, laundry, and costs involved in helping the clients find employment. It also includes medication and psychiatric consultation where needed. Around the Rotunda- Demos Favored in Campaign Checkoff —. By Harrison Weber DES MOINES — The political campaign check-off on the state income tax is favoring Democrats over Republicans by about a two-to-one margin. State Revenue Director Donald Briggs reports of the income tax returns processed so far this year lowans have designated that $21,891 be set aside for the Democrats and $10,956 for Republicans. The campaign finance disclosure law enacted by the General Assembly in 1973 allows any lowan who pays more than $1 in state income tax to contribute $1 to the party of his choice. The $1 comes from tax money already paid or due to be paid and does not change the amount of state income tax owed or a potential refund. Briggs said the per cent of lowans who designated on their income tax returns that $1 be given to state political parties is declining slightly. ' The initial report, issued a month ago, indicated that out of 71,760 returns processed 14.57 percent had signed the political check-off. Now, with 230,648 returns processed, the percentage has dropped to 14.24. Supporters of the check-off, namely the lowans for the Income Tax Checkoff, had hoped the publicity received a month ago would prompt more lowans to contribute to the two parties through this means. At that time only $10,457 had been contributed to both Republicans and Democrats through the check-off. Five statewide political organizations have joined together to form the group called "lowans for the Income Tax Checkoff." Groups involved are Common Cause, Iowa Democratic Party, Iowa Women's Political Caucus, League of Women Voters and the State Republican Party. GISELA S STUDIO 213 N. Wilson, Jefferson Phone 515.386.4611 SERVING THIS AREA • Weddings • Seniors • Children's • Family • Commercial Photography Studio Hours: Tues. thru Sat. 10 till 5 TOO MANY KIDS FIND THAT THE BEST TIME TO USEDOPE (S WHEN THEIR PARENTS ARE OUT GETTING DRUNK. Drug abuse is an extremely serious health problem. But alcoholism is an even bigger problem. For at least 7 million Americans. If you are over 18, chances are one in 12 that you are, or will become, an alcoholic. So while it is vital for your children to know the dangers of drugs, it is just as vital to be concerned about alcoholism. Get the facts. Then sit down and talk to your child about drug abuse and alcoholism. Now. We care. Blue Cross Blue Shield ® ®' of Iowa Des Moines/Sioux City ©• ^Registered Mark Blue Cross Association ilstered Service Mark of the National Association of Blue Shield Plans BETTER HEALTH IOWA. WE CARE.

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