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A seven year old Grand Prairie boy underwent open heart surgery on Tuesday, $ 14OO1. ! Sept. 3. Doctors hope the oper- ation will correct a hole in his heart, a defect he has had since birth. The young man is Roy Ray Honey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Honey of Grand Prairie. He is also the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Cantrell of Grand Prairie, former resi- dents of Malakoff. Gloria Ann also attended the Malakoff schools. The operation was performed at Children's Medical Center in Dallas where Roy has been taken for treatment since he was about six weeks old. In preparation for the surgery, Roy underwent a cardiac cath- eterization in July. Mrs. Haney says her son also suffers from a kidney d~- feet, and has had seven opera- tions for this condition since he was about two years old. THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Sept. 6, 1968 Page Three "He eats all the time, but just can't seem to gain any weight," said the mother, not- ing that Roy is about five to !0 pounds lighter on the scales that most little boys his age. Since he can't participate in many activities that most youngsters do because it would be straining on his heart, Roy watches a lot of television. His favorite programs are cartoons that come on in the afternoon. "And I have to watch him to see that he doesn't get into too much scuffling," commented Mrs. Haney. ROy has a sister, Dale Lee, four years old and a brother, Charles Wayne, who is two. Doctors have told the Haw ey's that Roy will probably have to be given at least 10 pints of blood during the open heart surgery. He checked into the hospital on Monday. . Miss Jock To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Vester Jock of Jock ,to James Joles of Corsi. announce the engage- cans. The wedding will he an l~e~t and approaching mar-event of Saturday, Sept. 7, at ! ~iage of their daughter Sylvia the eight o'clock hour in the First Assembly of God Church ILOCAL CHURCH i Fo HONOR YOUTH i~The First Assembly of God | L rch of Malakoff has desig- | ~ Sunday, September 8, l~ Christ Ambassador Day. At t1 ,t time, the church body l~ honor their Christ Ambas- Upthe Down Escalator rs ea er for both the ~ (]U~st sp k at 11 Up the DOWN escalator went ng worship hour ~the evening worship ser- t~o small boys. on the loose in a Ilk,~, at 7:15, will be Tommy department store. As they scram- bled upward, they buml~d into a ~i~th of Lone Oak. woman shopper, causing her to ~vangelist Calk is a 1968 ,uffer a bad fall. lr~/$~tiuate of the Lone Oak In due course she filed a damage lk~ School and has held re- suit against the store, charging a ~, ~ls in the East Texas failure to maintain order on the #.~ ~,=l throughout the summer premises. .5 ,F Liiis father, Rev. A. W. Ca]k, FIRST ASSEMBLY ~the local Assembly of God ~Pqttor, Rev. O. S. Cook, be- au close friends when both OF GOD ORDERS :~ e stationed together in ld War II. ~e public is cordially m- ~ to come and hear this l~icated young man preach r* d oi cod. O/ d zee. mos~t highly inflam- of wood is the chip shoulder." Rev. O. B. Cook, pastor of the First Assembly of God Church of Malakoff, announced that the church has placed an order with the Flowers Cush- ion Service in Keene, Texas for cushions for pews of the sanc- tuary. The order is expected to be filled within the next few days, however, the cushions will not be delivered in time for Sun- day services, Rev. Cook said. Hey. Cook traveled to Keene on Tuesday to place the order. ENTIONI The City of Malakoff Water Department has announced that until construction of high- Way 31 is completed thru the City Limits of Malakoff, that city water supply may be interrupted in YOUR AREA, regardless of Where you live. Please draw and store enough water for at least 24 hours useage. 1 he Department will inform you thru this Newspaper of more details about the supply as they become available. THANKS, in Malakoff. The pastor, Rev. O. B. Cook, will officiate the ceremony. Friends and rela- fives of the couple are invited. "But none of our employees noticed ~hat those y~ungsters were doing," protested the company in court. "Surely we are not required to keep our escalators under con- stunt surveillance." The court agreed, and the wom- an's claim was turned down. Authorities differ as to whether an escalator should be classified as a "'common carrier"--Iike a train or a bus. However, they all agree that the management is not an absolute guarantor of a passenger's safety. Some risk is inherent in the very nature of this means of trans- portation. Take this case: A woman approached an esca- lator, leading her small son by the hand. But just as she moved onto the first step, the boy stopped short in fright. When the woman reached back for him, she lost her balance and fell. But again, after a court hearing, the judge could find no grounds for pinning responsibility on the man- agement. He said the cause of the accident was simply "'the effect the escalator has upon a person who steps upon it without putting his body in corresponding motion." Nonetheless, a store is indeed obliged to prevent an accident when it reasonably can--either by ade- quate supervision or by proper up- keep of the equipment. Thus: A man who fell because an esca- lator gave a sudden, violent jerk won a damage award. So did a woman who slipped on a gob of grease, which had remained on an escalator step long enough for store employees to have noticed and re- moved it. On the other hand. even if the management does see danger, there may be no practical way to avoid it. In one case the hostess in a hotel spied a drunk weaving his way toward the escalator. Though she tried to restrain him. he pushed her aside, stepped aboard, and toppled backward to the floor. After~ ard, the man complained that the ho',tess "should have stopped me by force." But a court decided that was too much to ex- pect--especially since he weighed twice as much as she did. All in all, the court concluded, the man had no one to blame but himself. A public service feature of the American Bar As~clation and /he Stale Bar of Texas. Wri//en by Will Bernard. 1968 American Bar Association HAVE YOU TRIED BETTY MA'I'rHEWS Famous Fried Pies? RANCH HOUSE HWY. 90- MALAKOFT @ @ A MEASURE OF SUCCESS MEASURED THROUGH YOUR CONFIDENCE @ At Citizens State Bank, our great new measure of success is only a reflection of the progress of our great progressive area. Only as you, our friends, prosper is it possible for Citizens Bank to achieve new all time heights! Congraulatlons --- as you embark on a new measure of success. 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