The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 7, Ed. 1, Friday, September 15, 1989 Page: 1 of 6
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Volunteers donate blood
Studenu gave more than 150 pints or
blood at the Christian Homes of
Abilene blood drive Tuesday -Thursday.
Tuesday 75 pints were given Wed-
nesday 60 pints were given and
Thursday about 50 pints were given.
Tim Yandell director of'develop-
ment for Christian Homes said that
ACU stuents give en the average of
more than 200 pints at each of the
four drives each year making a total of
more than 800 pints a year.
The most students have ever given "
was three years ago in September
1986 said Yandell when more than
Leallo Choatham Junior radlofiV major from Kervllle winces as a nurse sticks
a needle In her arm at the blood drive In McGlothlfn Campus Center Wednes
McCaleb Prather outline parking guidelines
Friday Copy Editor
Students who break parking regulations
are given tickets for good reasons; said Dr.
Gary D. McCaleb vice president and
dean of campus life. .
To Jet a student park wherever he or she
wants without being ticketed would not be
fair to the students who pay the' parking
registration fee and park in the correct
areas he said.
Having specified parking areas dose to
the dormitories is safer and more conve-
nient for studeqts living in the! dorms he
W. ... . . .
McCaleb added that checking for park-
ing stickers is a vital method 6f student
"We feel it's extremely important to be
able to Identify cars that do not belong on
VWjiat all of this is really talking about
is respect for your fellow student and
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Cedar Hill help Mike Thomason of
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286 pints were given. Yandell said in
the past the average of pints of blood
used to be 250 pints.
He said he feels the reason for the
decline is because of an overall at-
titude about giving among new stu-
dents. But students who start donating
when they are freshmen Yandell said
usually give every time.
Each year the blood drives raise the
same amount of money as Sing Song
Yandell said yet it doesn't receive as
Another reason for the decline is
that the announcements are not heard
like they are when they are given
from the podium by a central figure
he said. When Chapel was earlier
courtesy for your fellow student" Mc-
"My feeling is that by far the large ma-
jority of our students comply" he said.
Failing to display a valid parking permit
and parking in the wrong color zone arc
the two most common violations said
Ewell frather chief security police of-
ficer Prather also said the number of tickets
the security police have issued this
semester is average.
' Students have six school days after the
date the. tickets are issued o settle their
tickets with the Security Department or
the fines automatically will be charged to
the students' accounts.
McCaleb said he thinks some students
simply ignore the tickets.
"That doesn't really accomplish any-
thing" he said.
Students who feel they have cir-
cumstances surrounding the violation that
need to be explained may speak with
left and April Lewis sophomore I torn
Abilene record rider's times during the
more people would hear the an-
nouncement earlier in the day and
Barbara King technician for the
Meek Blood Bank said some students
who came in were unable to give
blood because of sprangs surgeries
and low iron. Students also can't give
blood if they are on medication such
as for acne and if they have traveled
in a malaria area.
"1 wanted to do something that
would benefit the children's home"
said Rclla Lietz freshman nursing
major from Idaho Springs Colo. She
said she is from a foster family and
she knows how it feels.
Last year ACU students donated
$21000 in blood and Yandell said if
day afternoon. More than 150 pints of
Christian Homos blood drive.
Prather who said students may schedule
appointments with him.
After a student receives his or her first
parking ticket the amount of the second
parking fine will be doubled.
Students who repeatedly violate parking
regulations may lose their campus parking
Violations include parking in reserved
areas such as faculty and staff lots
loading zones visitor parking spaces fire
lanes and handicapped zones; improperly
displaying or mutilating parking stickers;
and parking motorcycles in non-designated
areas including automobile parking
Obstructing trash containers removing
barriers or barricades failing to park be-
tween two parking stripes parking in a
20-minute zone disregarding a stop sign
and parking in a no-parking zone are other
The parking lot north of the College of
Biblical Studies Building and the lot west
to speak about family
By Lorrl Hunter
Several ACU staff members will speak at
the Saving the American Family con-
ference in Dallas Sept. 22 and 23.
The conference sponsored by the
Herald of Truth and the Highland
Church of Christ is designed to help
church leaders and their wives learn to
deal with many of the problems facing the
Dr. Paul Faulkner director of the Mar-
riage and Family Institute and professor of
Bible and Dr. Royce Money vice-president
and provost arc two of the keynote
Dr. Carley Dodd chairman of the
Human Communication Department; Dr.
Jcri Pfeifer director of academic services
and associate professor pf cducatjon; Dr.
Carl Brecheen professor of Bible; and Dr.
Waymon Hlnson professor of Bible also
will be speaking.
the students did not supply the blood
they do each year then Christian
Homes would have to come up with it
Christian Homes will spend the
amount of money received from the
students' blood next week at the hos-
pital to pay off one woman's bill.
About 12-15 women are now apart
of Christian Homes of Abilene.
Yandell said that two women have
recently had complications and one
lost her baby. The complications cost
thousands of dollars at the hospital
"This is a major major project and
a major major gift" Yandell said.
The next blood drive will be eight
weeks from now in November.
blood have been donated during the
of the tennis courts are reserved for vehi-
cles with green or white parking stickers.
Vehicles with blue parking stickers may
be parked in the lot between Edwards
dormitory and Mabee dormitory and in
the lot north of A.B. Morris dormitory.
The faculty and staff parking lots arc
west of Brown Library south of Scwell
Theatre east of Chambers Hall and south
of Mabee Business Building.
The parking lot south of McKinzie
dormitory and the parking areas around
Sikes Gardner Nelson and McDonald
dormitories are reserved for vehicles with
red parking stickers.
After curfew the parking areas around
Smith-Adams dormitory and Sherrod Res-
idential Park are reserved for vehicles with
green parking stickers.
Vehicles with parking stickers of any
color may be parked in the parking lots
west of-Campus Court the areas around
the intramural fields and along Campus
Court and E.N. 16th Street.
The Herald of Truth which is overseen
by the elders of the Highland church
planned the conference because of a de-
mand by people in the Church of Christ
for family help. ...
"Wc saw that families needing help in
coping and solving their problems was the
number one need at Highland and it
probably is in most other churches too"
said Jane Melton conference coordinator
for the Herald of Truth.
"We had the Idea for this conference
and then the Highland elders chose
speakers who are well known in the Chris-
tian family counseling field" she said.
The conference originally was scheduled
for the Hyatt Regency hotel at DFW air-
port but the location was changed when
registration exceeded the hotel's 450-
person capacity. The location was changed
to the downtown Dallas Hyatt Regency
which can accommodate 900 people. All
900 seats already are reserved Melton
The Pops p. 6
The Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra"
will begin its season Saturday featuring
the Harvey Fittel Saxophone Quartet.
Bike Tour p. 3
A photographer captures pedal
pusher from across the state as they
gasther for the Tour de Buffalo Gap.
Volleyball p. 4
TV T aHu Cat will rnmnete in the
Angelo State Tournament Friday and
Hugo's trek across the Atlantic
toward the Caribbean slowed Thurs-
day the storm's 75 mph winds just
barely qualifying it as a hurricane.
At 6 a.m. EDT Huga's center was
located near 13.0 north latitude and
48.0 west longitude or about 900
miles east of the Lesser Antilles. The
storm was moving west at 17 mph
down from 20 mph Wednesday night.
Its highest sustained winds were
just over the 74 mph hurricane
threshold but the storm was expected
to strengthen forecasters said. Hugo
wax rriwtrft to hold its course todav.
"The threat to the islands is land of
delayed some" said forecaster Gil
taunt OI the national nurncanc
Center in suburban Coral Gables. "A-"
lot of our model forecasts indicate it's
going to slow down even more in the
next couple of days." .
rise 0.7 percent
Retail sales paced by soaring
automobile purchases advanced a
mnrfrrate 0.7 nercent last month in
their best performance since May the
government reported Thursday
The Commerce Department said
sales increased to a seasonally ad-
justed $144.3 billion in August fol-
lowing a 0.5 percent gain in July.
Sales had remained fiat in June after
rising 0.8 percent in May.
The department said auto sales ad-
vanced 2.6 percent last month their
best performance since a 3 percent
gain in January 1988. Those sales had
risen 1.7 percent in July.
Auto sales driven last month by
end-of-model-year sales incentives and
the threat of steep price increases for
1990 models represent about 20 per-
cent of retail sales.
baby boy in
Bexar County sherifPs deputies
have been posted beside the hospital
bed of a woman who tm written her
name in the institution's history book.
Inmate Paula Beatrice Gaurine 37
was under guard at Medical Center
Hospital late Wednesday after giving
birth to an 8-pound 4-ounce baby
boy earlier in the day a San Antonio
Jail officials said the unnamed boy
who was born at 3:15 a.m. Wednes-
day is the first baby born at the 2-year-old
Wc sincerely apologize for the follow-
The online on the front page of the
Sept. 6 issue stated that Kory Hill
had won the Blizzard of Bucks
gameshow. Corey Allan freshman
Bible major from Wichita Kan. was
the recipient of ntore than $200.
Patrice Natalicchio sophomore
human developmentfamily studies
major from San Antonio and Jimmy
Billner sophomore business major
from Dennison were identified incor-
rectly as Tina Beustring and John
Hart on the Sept. 8 Features Page.
Bill Humble chairman of the
Department of Graduate Bible and
Ministry was incorrectly identified as
the university minister for thc
Hillcrtst Church of Christ -in the
Sept. 6 story about the Explorers
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