The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 68, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1982 Page: 4 of 6
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The NT Food Service is selling Nutri-List, a
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Nutri-List, available in residence halls dor-
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members of the nutrition department following
requests for the listing by students, Beck said.
Besides offering information on caloric con-
tent, the booklet includes fat, salt and sugar con-
tent of many of the items offered in dormitory
cafeterias, she said.
A person's daily caloric intake should be ad-
justed with the amount of exercises he performs.
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Paraplegic to wed
CHICAGO (AP) — A paraplegic who was
denied a Roman Catholic marriage because he
is impotent says he has been told that a parish
priest has been given church permission to
proceed with wedding plans.
Larry Bonvallet, 32, of suburban Elmwood
Park, who is paralyzed from the waist down,
said he was informed of the decision by the
Most Rev. Joseph Imesch of the Joliet, III.,
“He was very kind and gentle and said he
had checked around with doctors in his area
that treat spinal-cord injuries and said he sees
no reason why my marriage can’t take place,”
“He said he has given the parish priest the
go-ahead,” Bonvallet said.
Bonvallet said his fiancee, a nurse at River-
side Hospital in Kankakee, III., who has asked
to remain anonymous seems very happy and
that they plan a May 15 wedding.
“I’m not personally going to pursue the
matter, but I just hope they (church officials)
might look at it a little further and clear the
way for other people like myself,” Bonvallet
Earlier, Imesch, former bishop of Detroit,
told the Detroit Free Press he would intercede
on behalf of Bonvallet. He said he made the
decision after reading newspaper stories about
“The parish priest simply told him that the
laws of the church prevent persons who are
impotent from Catholic marriage,” Imesch
told the Free Press.“The law does say that, but
we have a process of appeal to the (marriage)
tribunal and finally to the bishop.
“All this unfortunate big splash in the new-
spapers could have been avoided if those ap-
peals had just been made.”
Bonvallet, who became paralyzed after a
fall five years ago and met his finacee while
recuperating, had sought a doctor’s letter
stating that his impotence might be reversed.
But the doctor refused because he wasn’t
sure that Bonvallet’s impotence could be
reversed, Bonvallet said.
Bonvallet says he and his fiancee do not
Bonvallet, a Presbyterian, said he wants to
be married in the Catholic Church because his
fiancee is Catholic.
NT hires first director
for advancement post
NT President Al Hurley has con-
firmed the appointment of Thomas C.
Purdy as NT’s first director of in-
Purdy is working to coordinate in-
stitutional development, fund-raising
programs and alumni relations.
Purdy came to NT from Texas Chris-
tian University, where he most recently
was director of development and
previously was director of alumni
Purdy is working on a program to
“We would like to ask people for an
annual donation to be distributed
among the various departments at NT
rather than nickeling-and-diming them
one at a time throughout the year," said
Coordination of the financial
programs at the university will require
organization of a strong volunteer
organization, said Purdy. “We must
have the right volunteer to ask the right
people for the right amount of money at
the right time.”
Research necessary to develop the
plan should take about five years to
complete, he said.
"We are working on a case-study to
develop a list of objectives that will in-
clude the missions of the university, the
money it will take to materialize them
and how to raise it," said Purdy.
Along with developing a balanced
development program for all major
fund-raising areas, Purdy plans to look
carefully at the Alumni Association and
its purpose at the university.
While serving as director of alumni
programs at TCU, alumni participation
in the annual fund program increased
from 7 percent in 1972 to I9.3 percent in
1980, and the university won honors in
several nationwide fund-raising promo-
tions, Purdy said.
Purdy worked as senior program
director for the Dallas YMCA for two
years and as executive director of the
San Antonio YMCA for three years.
He has a bachelor of arts degree in
religion and sociology from TCU and is
a member of the Council for the Ad-
vancement and Support of Education.
During his tenure at NT, he will direct
all private fund-raising and related ac-
tivities, serving as principal contact
between NT and officers of the NT
Educational Foundation. He will also
supervise the director of alumni affairs
and professional staff.
to recite her poetry here
Pulitzer Prize winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks will read her poetry at
8:15 Feb. 25 in The Lyceum.
In 1950 Brooks became the first black person to be awarded a Pulitzer
Prize. She received the award for her book “Annie Allen,” which depicts
black culture and was published in 1949. Brooks also received two
Guggenheim Fellowships, one in 1946, the other in 1947. She succeded Carl
Sandburg in I968 as the Poet Laureate of Illinois.
Tickets for the Brooks recitation will go on sale Thursday in the Ticket
Office on the third floor of the University Union. Tickets for students with
NT ID are free. Faculty/staff tickets are SI.50 each, and general admission
tickets are S3 each.
Newspaper offers films
on communism, Sputnik
Two new filmstrips in the Associated Press' “Turning Points in History”
film series are now available to the public through the Denton Record
The two filmstrips available this month are “The Long March" and
“The Long March” is about the journey of Chinese communists in 1934
that led to the establishment of communist rule in China.
"Sputnik" is about the launching of the Sputnik, a Soviet spacecraft that
was the first man-made object to orbit the earth.
The programs, in audio cassettte form with teachers' guides included in
texts, can be obtained by contacting Anita Ferguson at 387-3811 Ext. 245.
Couple tires of idleness
SHEFFIELD, England (AP) — George and Elaine Dawes are buying a
sportings goods store. They became bored having nothing to do after win-
ning a S1.8 million jackpot.
"We don’t want to be idle for the rest of our lives,” Dawes said.
After their big win last year for guessing the results of soccer matches, the
couple stopped working. Dawes, 39. gave up his job as a salesman, and his
wife, 37, closed down her neighborhood general store.
They bought a luxury house with a swimming pool and a Rolls-Royce
and took holidays in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Europe.
“Now we are looking forward to getting up early in the morning once
again. Mrs. Dawes said.
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Ball, Karen. The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 68, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1982, newspaper, February 10, 1982; Denton, TX. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1003837/m1/4/?q=RIO%20VISTA: accessed August 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.