Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Health Concepts IV Reports Loss

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Health Concepts IV Reports Loss

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Health Concepts IV Reports Loss TULSA - A loss of $669,395, or 24 cents per share, was reported Friday for the first quarter of 1991 by Health Concepts IV Inc. The Tulsa-based firm had net income of $240,170, or 10 cents per share, for the same period in 1990. Revenues rose 12.8 percent to $4.4 million from $3.9 million for the same period last year.

Health Concepts IV is listed on the American Stock Exchange and provides alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs through an integrated network of specialty treatment units with emphasis in the Northeast, Midwest and Southeast United States.

Civic Leaders to Receive Paragon Awards Four Oklahoma City civic leaders have been named recipients of the Leadership Oklahoma City Paragon Awards to be presented at the Graduation Paragon Luncheon May 22 at the Marriott Hotel. Recipients are: Wayne Stone, nominated by the Oklahoma Society to Prevent Blindness; Sue Hale, nominated by Eldercare Access Center Inc.; Timothy O'Connor, nominated by Downtown Outreach Committee Inc.; and Jose Sanchez, nominated by ALASS (Association for Latin American Social Services). Winners will receive trophies, and agencies will receive cash awards totaling $6,000.

The Paragon Awards were created in 1984 to honor outstanding Leadership Oklahoma City graduates for their community service. Nominations are made by the non-profit organizations in which the alumni are involved. Judges for the 1991 awards were Sheila Blair, Birmingham, Ala.; G. Douglas Fox, Tulsa; J. Edward Barth, Barbara Fagin and Polly Nichols.

Training Campaign Launched "Train America's Work Force - Put Quality to Work" is a new multi-year information and action campaign that has been launched by the Central Oklahoma Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development, 525 NW 13th St. The campaign seeks to make work place training a national priority by raising awareness about the critical need for training the work force to keep American business competitive. …

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