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14A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 2, 1983 CALLAWAY FUNERAL HOME Don Paschal and Wayne Callaway He has served the Malakoff area since closed the transaction May 26 that 1970. made Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff become Callaway FuneralCallaway, manager of Paschal Home. Funeral Home in Malakoff for the last Paschal will continue to do business four and one-half years, is a 1970 as Paschal Funeral Home of Kerens. graduate of Malakoff High School. He is Memorial Day weekend accidents marred the festivities around the Cedar Creek Lake area, one accident taking the life of a part-time lake area resident. Edwin Allen Adamcik, 60, of beth Grand Prairie and Tool, was pronoun- ced dead at the scene of a collision on Hwy. 274 near the Paradise Bay Motel entrance by Justice of the Peace J. P. "Bill" Ruff Saturday night. Mary Dlahaj Adamctk, 55, driver of the 1966 Dodge (in which the deceased was a passenger) was transported to Kaufman Presbyterian Hospital by the East Texas EMS ambulance service with head injuries and broken ribs and was listed in serious condition at the time of the officer's report. Her con- dition had been upgraded to stable Monday. Also involved in the collision but reportedly uninjured was James Howard Barina of Seven Points, driving a 1982 Chevy Pickup wrecker with no passengers, Collins said. Barina is an employee of B&F Wrecker Service in Seven Points. Sunday night around 9:30 police TTI researchers study break-away wooden utility poles Transportation researchers with the Texas A&M University System are working to rid the nation's roadways of a menace that most drivers probably never notlce--wooden utility poles. Under a contract with the Federal Highway Administration, Dr. Don Ivey and a team of researchers from the responded to a call of an accident off Key Ranch Road north of Trinidad. John Charles Rockwood, 25, of Dallas and a passenger on his motorcycle, Paula Patterson, 30 of Dallas, were transported to Navarro County Memorial Hospital by East Texas Medical Services when the motorcycle missed a T-intersection in the road. Department of Public Safety Trooper Bryan Barnhart listed beth victims Tonya Tally accepted as AHA jr. mender KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tonya TaLly of Athens, Texas, has been accepted as a junior member of the American Hereford Association, according to an announcement by H.H. Dickerson, executive vice president of the ALIA. By becoming Junior members of the AHA, youngsters are able to take ad- vantage of the many programs open to Hereford breeders in their efforts to further their own breeding programs. Shows, performance records in- formation and being a part of the many activities sponsored by the AHA's junior department are all benefits for the youthful members. The American Hereford Association, headquartered in Kansas, City, Mo., is the world's largest beef breed registry organization. There have been more than 18 million head recorded in its herd book since the founding of the AHA in 1881. Texas Transportation Institute are Berta Tatum developing ways to make the pole break away under impact by vehicles, sworn in for "More than 4,000 fatalities per year on our roads,, streets and highways in- vessel exams volve wooden utility poles," Ivey said. "This project has a potential to gradually reduce traffic fatalities by up to 4 percent in the United States." TTI is a research agency of the Texas A&MUniversity System. Malnutrition hinders effectiveness of tuberculosis vaccine Malnutrition apparently hinders the effectiveness of the world's only vac- cine against tuberculosis and may decrease protection amour the poor and underfed who need it most, say Texas A&M University medical researchers. Tuberculosis, though not spreading rapidly, remains a persistent public health problem. It infects another 20 million people worldwide each year and causes up to 5 million deaths annually, many of them young children. In the United States, said McMurray, about 30,000 new cases of TB are reported a year, with 7 to 10 percent of them in TevA=+ Berta Sue TAtum, immediate past Flotilla Commander, of Dan's Port has accepted the appointment and was sworn in as the Staff Officer for Vessel Examination for the Cedar Creek Lake Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla. Mrs. TAtum replaces Stu Lowrey of Seven Points who resigned due to poor health. Lowrey has been an active auxiliarist, staff member and past Flotilla Commander during his ten year membership with the Cedar Creek Lake Flotilla and it was with extreme reluctance that Stu's resignation was accepted. / also a graduate of Commonwealth College of Sciences in Houston where he received the coveted Bill Pierce Award for the most professional attitude toward the funeral service Everyone is invited to visit with new owners, Wayne and Joyce. with severe injuries. An update on their condition was unavailable at press time. Responding to the call was DPS troopers, Trinidad City Police officers, Henderson County Sheriff's deputies and the Trinidad Volunteer Fire Depar- tment. The Henderson County Courthouse square's west side was converted into a huge dance hall Friday night as thousands filled downtown Athens to cap off this year's "fiddlin' days." With a full moon hanging high and gentle southerly breezes drifting through the throngs, Tylerite James Weaver fronted a stage band made up of some of the world's finest country musicians. Whether it be the toe tapping, knee slapping rhythins of "Cotton Eyed Joe," "Yak-a-tee Sax" or "C-Jam Blues" or the melodious harmonies of "Faded Love," "Maiden's Prayer" or "Over the Waves," the band seemed to have something for everyone. "Hey, we're going to have some dancing fun tonight," announced fiddle and vocal professional Buck Sloan. Vocal renditions from the Houston resident who originally hailed from Athens' near-by city of Kerens kept dancers on their feet until midnight. From as far as New York City and Extension economist want time-saving house appliances What are the most useful appliances? A nationwide survey of 1400 Extension home economists, conducted for Hamilton Beach Division/Scoville Inc., shows that time-saving appliances top the list. When asked what appliances they would recommend to consumers star- ting their own households, 66 percent of the Extension home economists chose the microwave oven. Bakersfield, Calif. fiddle fans flocked to reminiscent of the Athens to participate in the 52rid vet- Wills. Much of the siGn of what ABC news described as the night was that which "the granddaddy of all fiddle contests." popular during his For many who just came to watch the formulating his dancers and listen to the music, the The Wills' classic evening on the square provided a good Rose" was requested start to the Memorial Day weekend, several times. Fans "Let's all have a good time," said of it. Bob McGee, president of the Texas Following it all a tired Fiddlers' Association. McGee sighed before Several times during the evening's great. We'll see you next year, activities, McGee would step to a microphone and give a "Ah-hah" Queen Elizabeth I died in 1~, Veterans Administration VA. May I Help Q -- How does one define a "service-connected disability? A -- A "service connected disability" is any physical or mental injury incurred or aggravated during active service in line providing the veteran was discharged or separated under other dishonorable conditons. Q -- If I do not agree with a decision the VA makes on an a benefits, what can I do? A -- You %may file an appeal regarding any benefit decision wlfll you disagree. All that Is necessary to start the appeal procedure is f write the VA stating why you disagree with the decision and mation you believe should be considered by the VA. . _ ,~ Q -- I have been receiving education benefits for the past tl~ :~1 , ' iw, claiming my wife and two children. Now the VA is suddenly aski~ j marriage certificate and birth certificates for my children. WhY s~" asking now when they have already been paying me for them? A -- VA regulations now require the submission of veterans' dependants. 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