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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, May N, Memorial Day weekend signals the start of the summer vacation season and increased dangers to motorists, ac- cording to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Colonel Jim Adams, DPS director, minimizing trafflcdeaths. urged drivers to exercise caution "Statewide traffic fatalities are now during the upcoming holiday weekend about 13 percent below the number for and throughout the summer, the same period last year," Adams "During the vacation season, more pointed out. "But we also have to motorists will be exposed to highway remember that the potential for ad- driving hazards," Adams said. ditional fatalities during any holiday "Heeding the traffic laws, wearing seat weekend is great and we must adjust Exhaust pollution our driving habits and attitudes accer- dingiy." not major threat A total of 58 traffic deaths resulted from accidents during the Memorial at busy intersections Day weekend in 1982. Auto exhaust pollution at busy inter- Students named sections does not present as much threat to pedestrians and motorists as to HCJC Dean's List has been popularly believed. In a study for the Texas Department Judy Ocasey of Malakoff and Brad of ltighways and Public Transportation Elsom of Trinidad are among 11! Hen- and Federal Highways Administration, denton County Junior College students Texas A&M University engineers who were named to the Dean's List for measured air quality at intersections in the spring semester. Both were also in- ttouston and near the university cam- eluded on the President's Honor Roll. pus in College Station during peak traf- Students are eligible for the Dean's fic. List who carry a minimum of 15' "We found that concentrations were semester hours, make no failing grades lower than would be expected," said and who secure at least 3.5 grade points Dr. Jerry Builtn, principal investigator per semester hour our of a possible 4.0. on the project. "We learned that a Those students who maintain a 4.0 large part of the exhaust material is grade point average are also named to going up rather than out to the side." the President's Honor Roll I I I II I FEED. SEED* SUPPLIES KENNFIH LEWIS CAU. COU~ 214/396-2881 o OWNER ~ ff~. 31, KERFJI3 396.2282 Hull Insurance Watercraft Medical Payments Coverage All risk insurance on the actual cash value of your boat, motor, trailer and furnishings anywhere on land, coastal or inland waters of the Continental United States or Canada. Representing American States Insurance 226 E. Royall Blvd. by Mrs. J.W. White belts, and staying alert for drunk drivers is the best defense for avoiding Well, we have been having some nice an accident." weather and some not so nice. While it The DPS director requested the rained slowly here Sunday, I noticed on assistance of Texas drivers in news that Dallas area had no rain. But Liability we could use the rain. So nasty weather meant good things for our area. Miriam and Rick Janick of Tamarack Addition became parents of a I0 lb. baby girl last Tuesday, May I0, in Corsicana hospital. Maternal grandparents are Geneva and Adrian Venable, and great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Venable of Tool. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Milam of Florida are visiting relatives and friends here at Tool. They lived on Sport & Rest for several years and made many friends here. They were welcome guesta at Providence Bapti Church on Sunday. There were 117 in Sunday School 489-2341 Malakoff Sunday. Eleven were in the Naomi Class of which Loola Mllam was a former member. Church attendance was down some, but as I said, it was a cold, nasty drizzle most of the morning. A church guest for the first time was Ashley Deann, three-week-old daughter of Dell and Rodney Hamilton. She mint have enjoyed the sermon as she was very quiet. L.A. MCCALISTER Funeral services for Lee Ander Mc- Callster, 65, of Lamesa are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the New Hope CME Church in Malakoff with the Rev. D.R. Madlook and the Rev. Tomy Starks officiating. Burial will follow in the Steen Cemetery under the direction of Brown's Mortuary of Malakoff. Mr. McCallster died at his home after a short illness. He was born Dee. 10, 1917 in Malakoff. He was a graduate of Texas College and Prairteview A&M College. He taught school at Lindale and was principal of Blackshear and Central Elementary Sohools in Lameea. At the time of his death he was director of Special Services for Lameea Public Schools. Survivors include his wife, Lllllan McCallster; one daughter, Moddle Mc- Callster one son, Lee Ander Mc- Calister Jr.; two brothers, Spatsle McCalister and Rev. Denoyd Me- Callster his step-mother, Mrs. L.B. McCallster and two grandchildren. Several are sick and in hospitals but I failed to get their names. Here's hoping a speedy recovery for all of them. WMA held a hake sale last weekend. They reported a good turnout and a Success. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pitts and children of WhRehouse were recently vacationing in San Antonio and neighboring places. While having lunch atop the Tower in San Antonio, they were surprised to hear someone say, "Well Andy, what are you doing here?" It was her father's cousin, Georgia Beyers. Andy is the daughter of Oran White. James White of Irving came down Saturday and accompanied his daddy and me to West Boone Cemetery in Rohertson County. We put up a tomb- stone for J.W.'s mother's grave. She had been dead 79 years and we felt it was time to get the stone for her. We had spent some time in locating her grave. Service News Athens native, Joe Wayne Galipp, who is a G.E.D. graduate of North Garland, recently enlisted in the U.S. Navy, according to his recruiter, Chief Petty Officer Bob Stroede, of the recruiting station at 2018 Crockett Road in Palestine. The son of Michael and Mary Galipp departed March 28 for eight weeks of boot camp at Recruit Training Com- mand in Great Lakes, Ill. When he finishes the Navy's general orientation program designed to prepare an individual for service at sea, Joe will report for further training in the Active Mariner/Apprenticeship Training Program. "I chose the Navy because it presents a variety of opportunities for any field of training you could choose from," says Joe. Staff Sgt. Ralph W. Shumate, son of John M. and Louise Shumate of 514 E. Mitchum, Malakoff, has arrived for duty in Goeppingen, West Germany. Shumate, a traffic management coordinator with the Ist Infantry Division, was previously assigned at Fort Bliss, Texas. His wife, Rebecca, is the daughter of R.C. Chanoy of Route 2, Ben Wheeler, Texas. s695 per cam plus tax . '.., $1.18 lb. FOre Qtr.. .. $1.081b. Hind Qtr .... $1.48 lb. Beef Loins.. $1.68 lb. Cut & wrapped to your specification ~e~-~.~- -~ , No Extra Charge l " ......... 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The Texas Medical Association says the basic rule is simple: Apply pressure directly on the bleeding area with the cleanest material possible. A sterile pad or dressing is ideal, but even a towel or clothing will do in an emergen- cy. Use even pressure witl~ the heal of the hand for a minimum of I0 minutes. Most bleeding will stop in that time. If bleeding resumes when the pressure is released, press for another 10 minutes. By CURT SCARBOROUGH, PhD. Ih~ by permission; ill rll[hh; remenmd by DATE, St. Louis, Mo. Question - What is the estimated annual cost of substance abuse to American society? a) $80 billion b) $8 billion c) $800 million d) $80 million Answer - According to the iastest available statistics, America spent about 143 billion annually on alcohol- related problems. (This amount in- eluded 1119.64 billion for lost production, 1112.74 billion for health and medical ex- penses, t4.14 billion for motor vehicle. accidents, 112.86 billion for violent crime, 111.64 billion for social responses, and 11.43 billion for fire losses.) In addition, American society spent 1120 billion on illnesses related to smoking that same year, plus another 1117 billion on heroin addiction and other drug abuse. Correct answer - a. TJLN.E ff~m ~lcebol Narcotics Education, Inc.) 6778 Greenville &~., bibs, Toxu 75231. If direct pressure does: ply it an inch or so wound -- between the heart. This can bringing blood from wound area. When the tie the pad or dressing securely as possiL all circulation is cut off. Here are other things tO during treatment: --If the bleeding breathing, restore it diopulmonar: --While the person elevate the bleeding heart level, if possible. --Keep the victim as as possible. --Do not use a last resorL A blood to a part and damage. If you must use for a few seconds every --Bleeding from the dicates a skull head wound looks dressing without derlying injury pressure. --After the dressing is wound, it is genera remove the soaked through. Just the dressing swelling has not much. --As soon as an init made to control should be taken to a Treatment also can way. Home ve saves on Using outside air w energy use for res ditioning, says an with the Texas Service, Texas A&M During the average outside air comfortable, whole can be used to pull home and remove heat. Air flow or doors admit air. Set ........... Set...,..**.... O Queen .... Set ........... Set.........*.. Set.......*.... TERRY TOPS & SHORTS each only $12.00 Sizes petite, small, medium & large Also Swimwear By Eostex Furnitwe Worehouse To Seven Points Hwy~85 & 90, Gun Barrel City, Texas Lay-Away Welcome Open Daily 9 to 9 Sun. 12 to 6 887-1555 485-1520 Hu . 31 Madakoff