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Image 8 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), February 20, 1974

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REPORTER, Wednesday, February 20, 1974 Relaxation Offered Through Meditation BY MARY BREIT "TM," as its followers call it, will help you in every way imaginable. They say it will help you be more alert, more intelligent, better rested, calmer, more relaxed, and in all ways a better person. The wonder drug is "transcendental meditation." An introductory lecture on TM was held last Monday at the Bon Air Library. The introductory lectures are free, and open to anyone curious about transcendental meditation. At this time, the basic idea behind transcendental meditation is explained: "It isn't magic, it isn't a it isn't an escape. It's not a cure-al- l, religion nor a philosophy." Transcendental meditation is explained as a technique - effortless, and requiring no change in life style. The technique, once learned, allows the mind to expand, and provides a deep state of rest. Oxygen Level Drops One of the teachers, Dennis Sparks, was careful to point out scientific findings about TM. When a person is meditating, he said, studies have shown that the oxygen level in a indicating person drops 16 per cent a very deep state of rest, about twice as deep as in sleep. Because of this extremely deep rest, - according follows, it to TM enthusiasts, that the body can relax twice as much and thus get rid of twice as much tension. Release of tension is a big drawing card for TM. It is said to be practiced by lawyers, doctors, teachers, i . businessmen, and has helped in alleviating stress. And when stress is released, a person can find his creative intelligence. Creative intelligence, Sparks said, is at the base of thinking. In TM, a person follows a thought back to its source. At the source is creative intelligence. And since the mind is following a thought naturally, the process is extremely relaxing. Scouting Adventure ' Lecture Planned The introductory lecture makes it sound simple and beautiful. For those who decide TM might be a good thing for them, there is another lecture, called a preparatory lecture. This lecture will be held Thursday at U of university president, a a county judge, college and an executive director in urban as will be honored development Kentucky's "Five Outstanding Young Men for 1973" this Saturday. The awards will be presented by the Kentucky Jaycees at their Winter Board Meeting. The awards program will be held at the Catherine Spalding Auditorium. The honorees include George L. Atkins Jr., mayor of Hopkinsville and nominee of the Hopkinsville Jaycees; Dr. Constantine Curris, president of Murray State University and nominee of the Murray State University Jaycees; John P. DeMarcus, of Northern Kentucky State College and nominee of the Campbell County Jaycees; Louis J. mayor, a t, nt After this comes the commitment. receives four more training sessions on a basis with a teacher. What happens in these sessions is simply that a person learns to "meditate." First, he is told how, then he goes home and meditates. After two meditations, once in the morning and again in the early evening, he returns for a "checkup" to see if he's really meditating. After three days of this checking, a person has a pretty good idea, the teachers say, of how to meditate. A person doesn't have to worry, though. Once a week for a month, then once a month for two years, the meditator returns to a center to have his meditation "checked." Hollenbach, III, County Judge of Jefferson County and nominee of the Buechel-Fer- n Creek Jaycees; and Wilson Watkins Wyatt Jr., executive director in Urban Development and nominee of the Louisville Jaycees., Through the "Outstanding Young Man Program," the Kentucky Jaycees seek out the outstanding five young leaders of Kentucky; and by honoring their achievements before the public eye, focus attention on the contributions to our communities that can be made, and are being made every day by young men of action. Basically the program is tailored after a national program through which the United States Jaycees recognize the ten outstanding young men in the United States. The Kentucky program presently springs from the active support and of local Jaycee non-cred- Follies Night Set Cochrane PTA i v i for - CLASSROOM, HOME ECONOMICS AND SPECIAL I EDUCATION) 1.3 CABINETS (GROUP BUILT-I- - ART ROOM) 1.4 CABINETS (GROUP III - LABORATORY) II BUILT-I- 1.5 N LIBRARY STUDY CARRELLS 1.6 ART KILNS 2. METAL SHELVING 3. CORRIDOR, P.E. DRESSING ROOM & PROJECT LOCKERS 4. FIXED P.E. EQUIPMENT 5. BASKETBALL BACKSTOP, BANKBOARDS AND GOALS 6. SHOP EQUIPMENT GROUP I SHOP EQUIPMENT GROUP 7. SHOP EQUIPMENT D TABLES, BENCHES, CABINETS - - - k RACKS 8. SHOP EQUIPMENT - - GROUP TOOL CABINETS WITH III TOOLS 10. CARPETING Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CDT., Thursday., Feb. 28, 1974, at the Jefferson County Board of Education, Preston Annex, 3442 Preston Highway, Louisville, Ky. All bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the above address. The Drawings and Specifications are on file at the following: 1. Preston Annex, New Buildings Dept., 3442 Preston Highway Schnell, Campbell, 2. Hartstem, Schadt, Associates, Architects, Suite 200 Legal Arts Building 600 South Seventh Street 3. Builders Exchange .of Louisville, 3595 Dutchman's Lane 4. F. W. Dodge Corporation, 3715 Bardstown Road 5. F. W. Dodge Corporation, Lexington, Ky. All contractors wishing to bid this project should check with the i SCOUT TROOP 1 1 1 constructs a signal tower similar to the kinds used by Scouts at jamborees. V 1 t Hartstem, architect, y i KEVIN WANN display the use of "emergency crutches," which he was using only to show what an injured person could do if stranded. Area Servicemen military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. Army Private First Class Henry M. Vanover, whose mother, Mrs. Rosa B. Vanover, and wife, Beverly, live at 3532 Parthenia Ave., recently participated with other American and allied troops in Exercise Reforger V in Germany. The Military Airlift Command flew d 11,000 approximately soldiers and more than 1,000 tons of equipment to three different airfields in Germany in preparation for the event. Immediately after arriving overseas, the redeployed units drew combat gear and vehicles from prepositioned storage sites in Germany and moved to the exercise area to begin the field maneuver. seven-da- y Pitted against the airlifted forces were Europe-base- d elements of NATO forces of the U.S., Germany and Canada. The exercise, conducted by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and NATO, focused on the procedures and techniques for receiving, equipping, assembling and employing units after they arrive, rather than on rapid deployment of troops from the U.S. Navy Seaman Apprentice Luther R. Roberts, of 6615 New Way, Louisville, was commended as a crewmember of a guided missile light cruiser for his efforts as part of the U.S. Sixth Fleet task force in the Mediterranean during the latent Middle East crisis. The powerful force stood ready to evacuate American citizens from danger areas and to back up our govenment's diplomats as they helped negotiate a cease fire. U.S.-base- Marine Lieutenant Colonel Robert Cantrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Rives, of 1418 Willow Ave., recently reported for duty at the Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, N.C. A 1973 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, he joined the Marine Corps in September 1955. L MAUREEN CLARK Fern Creek Grad Assigned To Texas Maureen W. Clark, Airwoman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Clark, 246 Granvil Drive, has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing Air Force basic training. Private Howard F. James, 19, son of Mrs. Evelyn James, 2515 Catawba Lane, recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the U.S. Army Training Center at Ft. Knox. He received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat tactics, military courtesy, During her six weeks at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Texas, she studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. She has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Sheppard for specialized training in the communications field. Miss Clark is a 1972 graduate of Fern Creek Hieh School. The Women's Auxiliary of the Brooklawn Children's Home will meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 12 at the home located at 2125 Goldsmith Lane. Navy Seaman Recruit Danny C. Ashby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. Ashby of 91 Overdale Drive, recently ARTIFICIAL ARRANGEMENTS She'll love a colorful floral accent for her home. - CUT FLOWERS mm Fc&u flcver Ctcdi sis cp, i::c. 6125 BARDSTOWN or Phone 239-718- ROAD 239-488- 1 Seaman Apprentice William Mrs. Betty R. Barnes of 192 LaSallc Place, recently returned to his homcport at Norfolk, Va. on board the heavy cruiser USS Newport y Northern News after a European cruise. While deployed, he participted in the NATO fleet training exercise "Swift Move" in the North Atlantic. He joined the Navy in January 1972. Navy L Barnes, son of Marine Private Jerome A. Perry of 5204 Yew Lane, recently graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C. He is a former student of Thomas Jefferson High School. JULIAN R. SNELL QUESTION: Why do you refer to the church as the kingdom of God? ANSWER: The word of God or the seed of the kingdom produces the kingdom. (Luke 8:11; Matthew 13:19) Seed produces after its kind (Genesis 1:11). 2) He told the apostles he would give them the keys of the kingdom. "I will give thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven:" (Matthew 16:19). were the 3) The "keys" FRESH returned to his home port on board the attack aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy after a seven month deployment. During the cruise he participted in training exercises from the Mediterranean to the Arctic Circle. Port visits included a stop in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Bible Says 1) Jesus said .the kingdom was his. "My kingdom is not of this but now is my world: kingdom not from hence." (John 18:36) The nature of His kingdom is spiritual, not of earthly origin but of heavenly. Schnell, Campbell, Schadt, Associates, Suite 600, Legal Arts Bldg., Louisville, Ky., on information concerning the bid plans, specifications, documents deposits, bid forms and bid instructions. Bid Guaranty in the form of a Certified Check or Cashier's Check shall accompany each bid. The amount of the check shall be not less than the amount set forth in the Bid Form. The Owner reserves the right to accept any bid, to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in bids received where such acceptance, rejection or waiver is considered to be in the best interest of the Owner. BOY SCOUTS from Okolona, Buechel, Fern Creek, Hikes Point and Jeffersontown displayed their skills last exhibition at Bashford Manor Mall week during a three-daon Bardstown Road. There were also displays of antique guns, drugs, locks, knots and tents as the Scouts appeared to have taken over the shopping center. V- - - - ,s V'::" i i Brooklawn Auxiliary To Meet Legal Notice EQUIPMENT "i one-to-o- organizations throughout the State which are urged to look into their community for its outstanding young leader, to define his contributions to his community and to his business and profession. Entry forms are then judged by an outstanding panel of judges taken from varying business and Family counselor William Gorman professional fields, who then assume will conduct a University of Louisville the burden of selecting from the list of course designed to help bridge the outstanding community leaders the "generation gap" between parents and five who have made the greatest their teenagers. contributions. The 1973 list included it course some 59 nominees from throughout The eight-wee- k will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. the state. In turn, the honorees are the each Thursday evening beginning guests of honor at the annual OYM March 7 and continuing through April banquet and program hosted in 25. Lectures will include basic advice February. The Kentucky OYM in dealing with teenagers, ideas for Program began in 1956. improved family communication, and a close look at specific questions dealing with dating, driving, drinking, drugs and dress. Gorman, a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and By Family Counselors, holds degrees in Follies Night, featuring a play on counseling, communication and the reversal of sex roles, will be He recently completed education. training in crisis therapy at the Texas presented by parents and teachers at Cochrane Elementary, 2511 Tregaron Medical Center in Houston. "Parents and Teenagers" is offered Ave., on Friday, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. The play is being directed by through the Center for Continuing Education, University College, Charles Schumann. Tickets will be one A $15 dollar for adults and 50 cents for University of Louisville. children. Refreshments will be served. registration fee will be charged. SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOLL, 1974 ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS, 8620 Preston Highway, Jefferson County, Ky. CABINETS (GROUP 1.2 BUILT-I- r " - presently To learn TM costs money $75 for an adult, which will increase to $125 in March. For this, a person Generation Gap Will Be Subject Of U Of L Study following V- L participation INVITATION TO BID P.O. No. 18827 The Jefferson County Board of Education will receive sealed bids for and award prime contracts for the .J -c Jaycees Name Winners Of 'OYM' Competition A ' f authority by which they spoke. "All power is given unto mc Go ye therefore and teach all nations," (Matthew 28: ). 4) When the apostles spoke the gospel, obedient believers to its requirements were added to the church. (Acts 2:47) 5) People like these are said to have been delivered by God "from the power of darkness, and us into the kingdom of his dear Son." (Colossians 1:13) The dear Son of God has a kingdom, men and women have been translated into it for 1900 years. That kingdom is the church bought and purchased by the blood of God's Son, indeed it is His. 18-19- SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAYS: Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Morning Wonhlp 10:30 A.M. WEDNESDAYS Evening Worthip 6 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. HEAR "WHAT IS WRITTEN" WFIA (Radio 900) Mon.-Fr2:30 P.M. - - - l. SEND ALL QUESTIONS FOR THIS COLUMN TO: Manslick Road Church of Christ 4724 E. Manslick Road Louisville, Ky. 402 1 9

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