Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 16, 1974 · Page 18
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May 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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Nertttwm ArVamos T1MCS, Trun., May 14, 1»74 r»YITTlVILLI. Offices Open For Child Abuse Neglect Prevention The office of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect prevention (SCAN) opened here last week, and three referrals came in the first day"We were aware Ihe need existed for the program but didn't expect lo get three calls the day after the phone \v a s installed," said Mrs. A n n Neims who has been named director of tlie new program in Washington County. The program which will provide family counseling through lay therapists got underway with the appropriation of a $160.000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare lo expand the stale SCAN' program into .Jefferson. Garland and Washington counties. Offices have been established in space in the Economic Op- poriuni!v Ajroncy headquarters on the grounds of the Veterans Administration Hospital. SCAN VOLUNTEER Mrs. Nelnis has worked as a SCAN volunteer since Sep tember 1973, She will be assisted by Mrs. Gene TVeraser as office secretary. Mrs. Twrascr has also served as a volunteer worker. The offices are being provided rctit free and are located in rooms 314 and 31 Mrs. Betty McGelrick of the Arkansas Social Services wil serve as coordinator between SCAN 1 and Social Services. Mrs. McGe trick explainer thai SCAN if; designed to pro vide a 24-hour emergency con lad service and will coordinate all activities with Arkansas Social Services. She said that S40.S70 of Lhe · grant monies will be u s e d for personnel and expenses social services: $100.874 for the contract with SCAN and $18,157 for a contract with the university of Arkansas School o Social Work for project evalua tion. Trained lay thereapists vide abusive parents a mode lor "healthy parenting". IMPORTANT ADJUNCT An imporanl adjunct of the program will be the Task Ford formed last year. T h e Ta.sk Force is coin posed of citizen, over the county. A general meeting of the Task Force is tentatively sche dnlert for June, and commitlei rbairmen will be developing plans to present at Ibat time. SCAN was organized in Pu laski County in August 1972 t develop a group of lay tnerap isfs willing to work with fa mi Mills Accused 01 Stalling Reform LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Rep Wilbur D. .Mills. D-Ark., dre criticism Wednesday from a official of Common Cause to allegedly staljing campaign re form legislation by trying t present the House from volin on it. David Cohen, Common Caus vice president, listed Milts Rep. Wayne Hays, D-Ohio, an Rep. Phil Burton. D-Calif., a part of a group attempting I prevent the House vole. Cohen said Common Can? advocates a political and gen ernmenal system that is ope and accountable. It also suj ports public financing of pollt ca) campaigns and spenriin limits. Constant vigilance by news media and by concerne citizens is the only way to in sure that violations of can paign reform laws are presented, he added. Mills, chairman of the Hous Ways and Means Committee, reluctant to give up any of th* committee's power through proposed reorganization an the e?tab!ihment of subcon mtttee? called for in the mea ure. he said. FAMttTWEBtlY-Moy 19 Aa Ota Friend Peanut Butter A prafxl kutttr xmdiciek, s glesi of juilk end an orange ipiil prmdt 30 percent of ell ik mtlrie/tts experts say you ·eerf /or a fmfl da)\ foot Editor Marilyn Hansen writes about "The Do-It- Yourself Comp«te Peanut Butter Sandwich Meal" in Famity Weekly. And when you are finished with ttte sand ·icfc, you'! want to try her recipe for Peamrt Btrtter ·* tw* Adwnu ILmtt in which child abuse or eglecl is suspected. It is a non- ccusalory approach and is ised on "mothcrfng the other". It has been successful combating abuse as a health nd social problem. Until tbe jrmation of the program very ttle could be clone by society protect lhe.se endangered id battered children simply ·cause the right topmish tild has long been granted drents. It is often difficult to raw the line between severe Linishmcnt and abuse or phy.si- al injury. Efforts will be made to esfab s halocarePal Efforts will be made to estab sn a local Parents Anonymous :'A) group for parents w i t h n'ld abuse problems, PA is a elf-help group and names of lembcrs ancj meeting dates nit places are confidential. Any le interested in PA may cat' he SCAN office 443-4567 for fur- her information. Do vis To Ret irt CLARKSV1LLE. Ark. (AP) Dr. Don Davis, president of the College of the Ozarks. has an lounced Uvit he wil! retire no! aler than his 70th birthday. \ov. 7. 1976. Davis, who has been president since 1962, said if the school's trustees could find a successor before that date In would retire but continue ti ve in some capacity until he reached 70. Lorcnze Huenemann of Tulsa Okla., board chairman, said h regretted Davis' decision. "\Vi are deeply grateful for the strong leadership Dr. Davis ha given the college." he added. He said he had appointed ; committee lo find a successor. Call Williams Co. "CANCER CARE" Insurance larl N. Willia ·URCIW J. Willt SH-S9M 442-2021 S21-UM Fulbright Hits Tax Refund Lag LONOKK. Ark. ( A P ) Sen. J. W. KulbrifihL. J)-Ark.. s.iid Wednesday thai Gov. Dale Bumpers has not mentioned the large increases in stale income t a x e s during his administration. "Someone with a taxable income of $6,flOO a year now pays 16 per cent more in slate in- come t a x lhan before th* (n- umpaigning for re rlrclinn, lbriuhl said the increased is- come tax and delays in mailing tax refunds indicated thai Ihe stale's financial surplus was built i\\ considerable cost to tbe taxpayers of Arkansas, "For ;ill tlic talk of surpluses ami reorganization and efiicien cy by the governor, the press reports that 150.000 taxpayers won't gel their state income ta.x refunds until after July I because all the money for thai purpose lias a! ready been] spent." Fulbright said. Bumpers is opposing Fulbright in the May 28 Democratic primary. The senator said that when Bumpers boasts of that surplus he does not mention that much! of the funding for state programs conies frnm congressional appropriations. 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