The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1979 Page: 6 of 8
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PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY
Energy fair plans
get county okay
An Arts and Energy Fair will take
place Oct. 27 and 28 in the Denton
County Courthouse square.
County commissioners approved a re-
quest for the fair by Dale Branum, presi-
dent of Denton County Arkwork Inc.
Branum told county officials the fair
will be made up of local artists, who will
sell their works and local musicians, who
will play all day Oct. 27.
Ten percent of the proceeds from the
fair will go to Arkwork, an organization
which seeks to educate people in the art
of energy conservation.
“We ask for your assistance and your
endorsement,” Branum said. “We are
not asking for money from the court.
We are asking for money from you as in-
High salt intake
may cause disease
Excessive sodium chloride, or salt, in-
take is one of society’s strongest and
most dangerous habits, according to a
report by the Texas Medical Associa-
People develop a dependency on salt
to the point where they think nothing
tastes good without it, said Rachel
Mays, director of food service. "It is a
typical bad habit of the American eating
public," Ms. Mays said.
Over a period of time, which varies
with individuals and amounts con-
sumed, too much salt may contribute to
high blood pressure. This finding is es-
pecially significant to the 10 to 30 per-
cent of the population with inherited
high blood pressure tendencies, a TMA
Doctors may recommend a special
diet or medication to control high blood
pressure before it causes stroke, kidney
disease or heart disease.
Persons with a chronic high salt intake
Psi Chi elects officers
New officers were elected for the com-
ing year by the Psi Chi club during its
Eddie Schumann was elected presi-
dent, Brenda Susan Banchik, vice presi-
dent and Paula Thetford, co-vice presi-
dent. Robert Cook was elected secretary
Richard Shoffit Randy Tassos
2nd Dan Black Belt 1st Dan Black Belt
l KOBUDO CLASSES
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Classes beginning Oct. 3, 8 p.m.
s Basic Blocks & Strikes
s Self Defense Techniques
s Basic Configuration
s Previous Training Preferred
Tuesday, October 2,1979
He said the goals of the Arkwork
program are to encourage “lifestyles of
greater ecological harmony; greater self-
sufficiency in securing shelter, food and
energy needs; greater use of renewable,
non-polluting energy sources which
promote greater cooperation in families,
neighborhoods and small communities.
“Our organization was set up to offer
people the opportunity to learn to share
practical information on ecological liv-
ing, using the technology we have
available to us,” he said.
“Oct. 28 will be Reformation Sunday,
and we want to tie this idea of reforma-
tion into the fair. We think it will be an
exciting and creative weekend.”
Ministry center sets
film, study sessions
The University Ministry Center will show T.S. Eliot’s film, “Murder in
the Cathedral,” at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. today and will offer a series of study
sessions on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s book, “The Cost of Discipleship.”
Eliot’s film concerns the life and assasination of Thomas A. Beckett. The
140-minute, black and white film is the second in a series of free films spon-
sored by the center, said Tom Bickley, film coordinator.
“Murder in the Cathedral” was co-produced by Eliot and features the
Old Vic Repertory Company of England. The film will be shown in the
Bonhoeffer’s book is the topic of study sessions for the next six Mondays,
said the Rev. Ted Karpf, ministry center director.
Bonhoeffer was a Luthern minister executed by the Nazis for allegedly
conspiring to assasinate Adolf Hitler. The book deals with Bonhoeffer’s con-
flict with the Nazis.
The study sessions will begin at 7:30 p.m. Mondays at the ministry center.
are placed on a two gram sodium diet,
said Victoria Weaver, Flow Memorial
In general, the amount of salt used in
the foods prepared in campus cafeterias
is variable and depends on the cafeteria
and the dietician, said NT nutritionist
Martha Philips, Clark Hall cafeteria
dietician, said those students who want
more salt on their food may add salt.
People may protect themselves from
developing health problems linked to
salt by reading the labels on foods, Ms.
Weaver said. If salt is one of the first in-
gredients listed, then the product is high
in salt, Ms. Weaver said.
Mv Weaver suggested salt substitutes
may be used, such as potassium chloride
and calcium chloride, to limit salt in-
take. Pickles, ketchup, packaged lunch
meats and frozen foods are foods with
high salt content, Ms. Weaver said.
Photo by VICKI ANN HINSON
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Plans for the club's initiation banquet
will be made after membership applica-
tions are approved by the national of-
fice. Deadline for membership applica-
tion is Oct. 10.
The club will have its next meeting at
3 p.m. Oct. 10 in Psychology Building
Judge E.F. McFaddin, a retired
supreme court justice of Arkansas, has
donated a SI00 scholarship to the Latin
Beginning in spring 1981, the
scholarship will be given to a senior wiih
the highest average in three full years of
Latin. In a tie, students' grades in other
classes will be considered.
"Judge McFaddin studied the classics
in college and has always been interested
in them," said Dr. Anthony Damico,
professor of Latin. "He has attempted to
foster them by offering this
scholarship,” he said.
Dr. Damico said he hopes the
scholarship will promote more interest
in upper level Latin courses. The condi-
tions of the scholarship require that
North Texas offer three complete years
of Latin and that the scholarship
recipient take at least two upper level
Starling next semester. Dr. Damico
will teach upper level courses under the
heading of special problems. “I have
committed myself to teach the classes as
an overload to my regular schedule in
order that we can maintain the
scholarship," he said.
Dr. Damico gives most of the credit
for securing the scholarship to Dr. Mar-
sue McFaddin Johnson, professor of
English. Dr. Johnson is Judge McFad-
din’s daughter and is presently studying
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Cook. Allan. The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1979, newspaper, October 2, 1979; Denton, TX. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1002774/m1/6/: accessed April 3, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.