Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 25, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 25, 1974
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Fayetteville DECA Officers Officers of the second chapter ler are front row Phil Hall, b a c k row Joe ' r "r!*i'n- of Distributive Education Clubs or America (DECA) ul president; Tracy Sullivan, secretary; second row Tony Fayelteville High School were Demarce, treasurer; Danny Installed this week. Officers of Fnrrar, reporter; John Ter- the Fayetteviilc DECA Chap- nrinclla, h i s t o r i a n nnd vice president. Claudclle Hunnicutt is faculty sponsor. (TIMESpholo by Ken Good) Many Protestant Pastors Are Vulnerable To 'Other Woman' By GEORGE CORNELL NEW YORK (AP) - Protestant pastors, most of whom are married, in some instances get entangled in an age-old, personal predicament -- the'problem of the "other woman." It is "a major problem that confronts pastors in every denomination," says the Rev. Andrew Bustanoby, a former Baptist pastor and now a marriage counselor in Bowie, Md. Church authorities cite a special potentiality for such situations in the ministry, with its duties of visiting, counselling and encouraging members at deeply felt, private levels. Also, in most congregations there are women, lonely and wanting companionship, who seek the pastor's personal advice and guidance. Sometimes often unintentionally and al most by accident, his effforts to sympathize and be helpful de velop into an affair. The subject, its hazards anc ways to avoid them, generally is included to varying extents ourse in seminary includes a ccture on the pastor's relations vith women in the church," the iev. Mr. Bustanoby writes in Christianity Today. However, he says an aspect if the problem not dealt with adequately is "the pastor's iced for what the other woman las to offer. Men are attracted o the ministry not only for Driver Killed MOUNT IDA, Ark. (AP) Ted C. Nochller of near Storey (Montgomery C o u n t y ) was killed Thursday when the pick up truck he was driving left Ar kansas 188 and struck a tree 1 miles east of here, Trooper J Cooper of the Stale Police said This was Arkansas' 419th re ported highway fatality in 197 compared with 540 at the corre spending lime last year. n seminary training. "Every pastoral in ministry pifilual reasons, but also for he emotional fulfillment it of- ers." He maintains -that ministers most likely to get involved with women in their churches are what psychologists have classi- "ied as "maladaptive 'lop-dog' personalities." To screen them out, he proposed greater use of psychological testing in semi- laries. He says the "minister who errs sexually does not start out with sexual encounter on his mind" but to "build his ego on Ihe admiration of all people in his congregation -- men, women and children. "The women of the congregation provide ego satisfaction for his doubts about his masculinity. These doubts are allayec by messages from the women that he is an attractive male. He then finds himself with the opportunity to check out these messages more fully." However, "the bait is not sex," the Rev. Mr. Bustanoby says, "The bait is ego satisfaction, a normal human need; this leads to an opportunity for sexual involvement." Republicans Bring Dimes For Phones TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -publican party workers ar bringing dimes to GOP heai quarters to use a pay phone fo vital calls. Tho private phones at th state Republican headquarter have been cut off for nonpa; ment. A spokesman said the pan is behind in its bill by abo $10,000 and negotiations wr New Jersey Bell for resloratio of service and an installme plan for payment have been u successful. USDA Has Plans To Amend Meat Grading Standards FRESNO, Calif. ( A P ) --| me consumer advocates don't ke the proposed changes n beef grading, but a' rcsearch- r says your taste buds won't e able to tell the difference. The U.S. Agriculture Department !s now holding hearings round the nation on its plans permit younger, leaner beef o be graded as prima or choice meat. ' Agriculture officials expect he new standards to he in ef- ecl before mid-1975. Ken Ellis, now heading the University of California Agri- ulture Extension Service in 'rcsno County, says a two-year tudy he directed at the Univer- ity' of California at Berkeley ought to prove younger cattle with less fat could be just good as older beef fed longer to make them fatter. The study played a key role n the proposed changes, iays. "What happened is that will mprovements in breeding cattle now 'gain weight faster han they used to," Ellis said 'So you have a younger anima reaching a slaughter weight o 1,000 to 1,200 pounds. "The new standards are not a lowering of beef quality. ,aste panel of eight judges in luded in the · research, wh were chosen for their ability ti detect small changes in flavor show in most cases consumer can't tell the difference. "In addition, the less fat ne pound, the more protein have available," Ellis added "And less cholesterol may h present in leaner meat." Consumer advocates areiv warm to the change, however. "Consumers are going to b very angry if they find lesse quality beef at the sam prices," says Ruth Yannatta chairwoman of Fight Inflatio Together, the Los Angeles Millionaire Thinks Money Well Spent MEMPHIS (AP) -- Chicago millionnairc W. Clement Slonc, 72, says he believes the $G mil lion ho gave to two of Richard M. Nixon's presidential campaigns was money well spent. "I think my goal was Northwnt Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Oct. 25, 1974 · FAYITTEVILLI, ARKANSAC used group involved in the icut boycott in spring 1973. "We don't want changes just i insure Uiat the cattle in- uslry yets its profit at the ex- ense of the consumer's shrink- ng dollar. She says Hie UC study is not inougli. "The Agriculture De- arlrncnt should find a few key larkels in various cities and ell heel graded under the new landards, then ask consumers or their opinions on Use ditfcr- :nce." Hearings on the proposed -hange are scheduled in Chi :ago -oh Oct. 30;'Dallas, Oct. 31; Atlanta, Nov. 1; San Fran Cisco Nov. 11. Currrenl USDA grading stand irds call for a certain amoun of marbling, or fat in muscle issue, before beef earns tin prime or choice rankings. "But it takes lime to develop marbling, and more than twice as much feed to create fat a muscle," Ellis said. "You hav .0 continue feeding the newe jrecds of cattle past the poin where they arc ready for mar et from a weight standpoint." The new standards will per mil leaner meat to be grade higher than under curren rules. Bids Rejected NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Th Interior Department has re jected 13 of the 157 high bid received Oct. 16 for oil and ga leases in the Gulf of Mexico. The rejected bids totaled S15 895,135 for leases oh 58,34 acres. The department consid ered the leases worth mor than was offered. A total of $1.25 billion in big bids was received at the sale achieved -- to change the course of history for the better," the insurance man and philanthropist Kiid at a convention of hotel executives. Expressing the view that history will look kindly on Nixon, particularly for his record in foreign affairs, Stone said: "He had the guts to have detente with Russia and China. He got us out of Vietnam with honor. He kept the Communists from taking over Israel." The TIMES Is On Top of The Newi Seven Days a Week I REVIVAL TRINITY TEMPLE 1TOO Rolling Hills Drive Fayetteville Services Nightly at 7:30 (except Saturday) Sunday Evening Worship at 6 p.m. STEVE DIXON Steve is a young evangelist, songwriter, singer, musici-an from Downey, California. He is not a stranger to this area. He is the son of C. L. "Red" Dixon, who Postered First Assembly of Gad in Springdale for several years. On Monday night of the Revival, the speaker will be Rev- Tommy Barnett, successful P-astor of First Assembly of God in Davenport, Iowa. Pastor B. J. Willhite extends an invitation to all. TOMMY BARNETT -i October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 *. (Old Pinoke HOUH) 521-8666 RI. 2 Johnion Rd. Foye H«vitl», Aik. BB BAR-B-QUE (S Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Roams, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! 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