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Sunday, January 30, 2005

SIKESTON - The certified public accounting firm of Clay, Showmaker, Clay and Conway, LLP, produced a seminar on the use of the accounting program QuickBooks.

Sponsored by the Kennett branch office of Progressive Farm Credit Services, the seminar highlighted the use of the program to write checks and record deposits for the farmer or businessperson. Also stressed was the ability of the CPA firm to work with businesses in the preparation of year-end financial statements and any adjustments that might be needed at year end.

Another seminar is set for Feb. 1 in Sikeston.

SIKESTON - Terri Leible, a psychological counselor with The Wellness Center for Counseling, was recently published in the journal "Personality and Individual Differences."

Leible's manuscript, entitled "Boderline Personality Disorder and Mulitple Aspects of Emotional Intelligence," was published in the Journal's 2004 edition and was co-authored by Dr. W.E. Snell Jr.

Leible is a national certified counselor and a member of the American Counseling Association as well as the American Counseling Association of Missouri. Her office is located at 322 N. New Madrid in Sikeston.

POPLAR BLUFF. -- Representatives from 14 regional industries spent two days recently learning how to monitor and cut energy costs in their offices and manufacturing facilities.

Energy Auditing 101 was an intensive seminar held Dec. 13 and 14 in Cape Girardeau. It was sponsored by Three Rivers Community College (TRCC), Mineral Area College of Park Hills and AmerenUE, a St. Louis-based gas and electric utility company.

Leader of the seminar was Bill Younger, a member of the national Association of Energy Engineers and a 15-year veteran of energy and resource management training programs for plant operators and energy professionals.

Among area companies sending personnel to the seminar were Noranda Aluminum in New Madrid, Nu-Dell Manufacturing in Piedmont, Starting USA Corp. and Titan Plastics Group in Poplar Bluff, Tetra Pak in Sikeston and Tyson Foods in Dexter.

MEMPHIS - Malco Theatres and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have worked together for many years to bring additional funding to the search for a cure for children's diseases, and 2004 marks another successful year for this cause. Malco Theatre's 2004 Kids Summer Film Fest raised over $19,000 and the seventh annual Wrapped With Love campaign netted $45,000 for a total donation of $64,000.

Malco Theatres is operates 283 screens in 35 locations across the Mid-South. In Sikeston, Malco Theatres is located in the Midtowner Shopping Center.