Vol. XXXVI January 1998 No. 7
Published By The American Council of the Blind
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© 1998 American Council of the Blind
Paul Edwards, President
Oral O. Miller, J.D., Executive Director
Nolan Crabb, Editor
Sharon Lovering, Editorial Assistant
Table of Contents
- President's Message: The Question, by Paul Edwards
- Report of the Executive Director, by Oral O. Miller
- Six More Months Until Convention Time, by John A. Horst
- Ask the Advocates: About the ADA and the Texas Commission for the Blind
- ACB Scholarships Available to Blind Students
- John Hebner Memorial Scholarship Available
- American Council of the Blind Project on Calling Out Stops Achieves Full Compliance, by Jim Flemming
- Six Foot One, You Know Who: Kevin Szott, USABA Male Athlete of the Year, by Sharon Lovering
- Affiliate News
- ACB Seeks 1998 Summer Intern
- Board of Publications Award Nominations Sought
- Encounters of the Lobbyist Kind, by Ken Stewart
- Here and There, by Elizabeth M. Lennon
- ACB Membership At Large Applications
- Letter to the Editor
- Department of Labor Hosts National Disability Employment Awareness Month Program, by Cynthia Lovering
- In Memoriam: Mable E. Fowler
- High Tech Swap Shop
ELECTRONIC JOB BANK UP
The advocacy services staff at the ACB national office is pleased to remind you of the availability of its electronic Job Bank. The Job Bank is posted on the internet and contains numerous job listings. This service is available now! To access the Job Bank, please contact our web site at http://www.acb.org, and then click on the ACB Job Bank link. Thank you, and good luck.
Due to an area code change, the number listed for Braille International is incorrect. The correct number is (561) 286- 8366.
The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and to improve quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people.