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14A~--Tbo Mala)kolf News, Thursday, Sept. 8, 1983 t cancer r By ROBERT L. GUILIANO Cooper, who also has" recovered from a out there I couldn't do. hormones and immunothersPY' . .d. It's a rough time in a woman's life mastectomy, is Public EducationQualifications of a Reach to Recovery --There are 115,000 new ~;; should she need to lose a breat to save Chairwoman of the Henderson County volunteer include two years must have cer cases estimated to o~__..IH~ l~ her life from the ravages of cancer. American Cancer Society unit s board passed since her mastectomy, with no wide in 1983 with 38,000 re~-~ Mastectomy is an operation puffer- of directors, recurrence. She cannot presently he death. mud to remove a woman's breast when Mrs. Brown comments, "I usuallyunder treatment, must have a doctor's --New breast cancer necessary to stop the spread of cancer, tell patients 'I know how you feel. clearance, be screened and approved for1983 in Texas are S,300 In Henderson County, should a We've all had moments of despair and by the American Cancer Society, and pected to result in death. _, ,ad ,~Z .......... ~-"~>'~ woman confront this crucial moment, doubt. That's one of the reasons why attend a basic orientation and Reach to --Warning signals of t~.,~'~ I " there are "R .ach to Recovery" volun- rm here, he causel'vebeenthero. You Recovery specialized training, are changes that persls a' "aqdi ." tours available to provide emotional will find as I, and thousands of other She has to be adjusted and lump, thickening, swelling, ~@ ~ assistance, women have, you will continue your life emotionally stable; have knowledge of skin irritation, distortion, r~l~ ~v~"a~ Once such volunteer is Charlotte as before. You will think of your professional ethics; show warmth, scaliness of the nipple, mqr: Brown, chairwoman of the Reach to surgery less and less and dwell on the courtesy, tact and consideration; main- discharge, pain or tendernees. .... o~,--"~M Monuments Pre-Need Fugerlil Insursqlce Recovery program of Henderson Coun- positive aspects of each day. For me it Lain confidentiality; and agree to par- --Risk factors include ~ Z,dlf ty's unit of the American Cancer has been an asset. I have been able to ticipate in yearly training updates, age of 50, having a versonal 0rL~ East R~/III Blvd. 489-1500 Makkofl Society. wh'- has succeesfull help others face the crisis I went The volunteer may meet a woman history of breast cancer, ~,~ Mrs. Brown, ,, y through." before surgery, at the prescription of had children, and having a m,- |~:~1{~~~~~~1 recovered from undergoing a mastec- Mrs. Cooper comments, "The whole the patient's doctor, and then make one after age 30. .-~ntq~ tomy, has helped counsel 13 women sin- reason l'm in this program is I can follow-up visit or phone call. --Early detection ~,,~"'{~ recommended bv the Amerl~_, dl~ ~, ~na-" Care Center .t ce she and Nancy Neill started the show someone I've made it and she can A 31-page pamplet,,titled, "Cancer Society include-montldvbr~J~ ~J. 9 .y~_,~ Malakoff Reach to Recovery program three andtoo. It's no big deal. Reach to Recovery Facts & Figures 1983, available from has given me more confidence than I the American Cancer Society, includes examination by women .,, ~ Another volunteer is Wands Cooper ever had. I have a second chance at life. the following data on breast cancer: older as a routine good helm .,,p the Assembly of God Chureh 0n haif years ago all exa~i~m" of Eustace, who is Navarre County's I feel I can help these patients mentally --Cancer is a large group of diseases profesmonal breast ~ and emotionally. I feel there's nothing characterized by uncontrolled growth recommended every three for Pre-School.....8 a.m.-11 a.m. and spread of abnormal cells. If the women 20-40 and every y~r~ .... spread is not controlled or checked, it over 40. , ,,,it I# results in death. However, many can- --The five-year surviVtU J,~i~l s4.50 per day curs can he cured if detected and early, localizedbreatcancer-|-N treated promptly, from 78 percent in the 19406 m~ --Cancer is treated by surgery, X rays, cnet today If the cancer I~_~i Before and After ehool Transportation radioactive substances, chemicals, however, ~e rate is only 47 perm~ 8mkfmt-Lundt-Nubitiom Snacks 4t 18 mos.-12 years 489-0341 Royall Blvd. Malakoff Reach to Recovery coordinator. Mrs. ~:~i ~ , IIPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE thereof are the ways d denth." ProsurM 14:12. One Imt bath taunt hope is, :~ii ThuDiblesu~ '11|erelsawaywhlchsuemothtlghtuntuaman, huttheend that many tin~ a thinl may umm to be diM, but it can be w/wrong. It mattma not how ril~t a thinl seems, if it can net be found in God's Holy Word it is wrong and win ~n8 ~retlm from God, or spiritual death. The Diblo is "X" diM, IT CAME FROM G00, MID NOT MAll. 2 Timothy 3:15.17; "ALL SCRIP. "X" TU~ I$ INSPII~ OF GOD, AND III PROFITABLE FOR, DOCTRINE, FOR "X" REPROOF, FOR COMIECTION, FOR INIITRU~TION IN RIGHTEOUIIN[$$: THAT "X" M MAN OF 600 MAY lie PERFECT, THROUGHLY FURNISHED UNTO ALL "X" 6000 WORKS." Jmis said, 'Ta shall know the truth, end the bath shell main "X" JAMEII I. STRINGER yen fnm." John 11:3~ and H~ said in John 17:17; "Sanctify them threnlh thy truth, thy ward hi bath." ~ ~ thuqh it may seem to be dllhL if it is not the truth ene wlfl be etunml~ lout if they tollow it Let's make it as sure as we can. 4(. 4(" 4(- 4(" 4(" We welcome you to worship with us at the MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday BiMe lltudpg:$0 P.m. 419 N. Martin Wednesday Worship.6:30 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:.30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Maiskotf Ages Open BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY l l I Sooth TerryMBlakoff 489-1335 Bill and Betty Bredshaw 41. 41' 920 E. SPRING CREEK R.V. Sales & Service E, Nwy. 31 2 miles east of Mniskoff 489-1163 MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY 201 S. Terry Malakoff 489-0169 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489.1909 Marlin and Karen Perrl~itl$ III I I CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489.0891 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489.0538 Open Sun,-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8. TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family III I DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleases You Pleases Us 5ll Hi,way 31 East 489-1533 Mr, and Mrs Bud Dutaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoff MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER IZ5 N. Terry Vtvlan lock JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison ~urlOdy Deuteronoln 8 1.;0 Moendav Matthew 6 24 34 Tuesday t I S~ ,,p~u,e~ se,.~eJ tw MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Jam~ I. llffinpr, Minister Bible Study ..................... 0:30 u.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:25 u.m. Sunday EveninS Wmlhlp ........ 0:0~ p.m. Wndn~dav Service ............. e:3@ p.m. Wed~sdsy Ladies Bible Class.. Id:M u.~l FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF William ilambe, Putur Sunday School .................. 9:45 e,m Sunday Moroing Worahip ....... t I :on a,m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ t :00 p.m. Wednesday Worship ............. t :04 p.m. Girts Auxiliary, Sunday ......... e:~ p.m. WMU, 'rue~lay ................. o:l~ a.m. ('hob" Pruetlee: Sunday, Celebration ........... 6:00 p.m wednesday, ~otmg Musicians. 3:~n.m. ~'~unday, Adult Choir ........... S:~ p.m. Wednesday, Musk, Makers .... 7:06 p.m. PARKVlEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH lay Whitu, Putur Suminy School .................. ~:4S i.e. Sunday Mm'ntns Worship ....... t0:55 i.e. Sunday EwminS Worship ....... e:45 p.m. Wednesday Night: WMA ......................... d:4e p,m. I~mbeu ms .................... O:4S p.m. W#wsklp Scrvlce .............. 7:30 p.m, MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hue/Clmentt Pastor Sum~ay ~hool ................. 10:9@ u.m. M~'ning Wmlhlp .............. 11:00 a.m, Evenlns Worship ................ e: 30 p.m. W~e~ulay Chuneel Choir ....... ~:30 p.m. United Methodist Women meet 2rid and 4th Mendays .......... 2: 30 p.m. FFF moots tat and 3rd Tuesduvslt :00 u.m, MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken Jones, hst~ I~m~iny School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 s.m. Scmdoy Evening Worlhip ........ 7: O0 pe~. Wednesday Mid-week Service... ~ :0~ p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn [alia, Pastor Sunday b~chool ................. IO:00 a,m, Worship Scrvlce ............... 11:00 a.m. Sunday Nlght ................... 6:00 p,m, wednesday Night ............... 7: 30 p,m. CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH c.sm 8~u~luy Mmmina Worship ........ 9:00 a.m. l~kanduy Schmol ................. 10:USa.re. Baltic Study ..................... 5:30 p.m. oespe singinS Every 2nd Friday o~ month ...... 7:30 P.m. TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Deneld R. Wlke, Minister Sunday ~hooI .................. e:30 s.m. Sunday Mornins Worship ....... 10:30 u.m. Sunday Evenlns Worship ........ e: oo p.m, Sunday SUns Service ............ S :30 p.m. Wednesday Mid-week ........... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class. 10: 0e a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST ~HURCH OF TRINIDAD Dill Watson, Minister Sunday School .................. e:45 e.G. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 a.m, Sunday Training Service ........ e:O0 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ ? :00 p.m. Wednesday Worah|p ...... ., ...... T :30 p.m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD Danny Bel~, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship...:,.. 1 i :00 a.m. Sunday F, vening Worship ........ ? :00 p.m, Wednesday ..................... ?:00 p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim Edwards, Minister Sunday School .................. 0:45 u,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50 a.m. Sunday Evening Wol~hip ........ e:o~ p.m. UMYF .......................... a:~p.m. Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday ................ e: 30 p.m. Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday ..... 9:30 s.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH R~. W Jr 9tim, Tempm'urfly at t31 E. Tyler ( Carroll & Lahr Chapel) SCIENCE SOCIETY Zl$ L TI~ 5ultu 1Ol Athens 675-7397 ST. JUDE'S MISSION Fotlm 8.g. Eaddi Services held st Lather Lane It Hwy. 05 Sunday Mass .................... 8:30 u.m, Sunday Sehool immediately ~, '~,er mass Thought For The Day wi~ ~o~aV rem.m&oei.g tJ~t had put ~ i~ charee of my I,.rt o/ this world. T-SHIRT HUT 101 E. Mitcham Malakoff 489-1055 THE BARBER SHOP East Royall BI@ 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry First Savings & Loan of Malakoff Highway 31 East 489-0991 K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mrs. Joff Hopkins ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Meiinda Watson, Owner McCooI's Dept. Store 489-1532 Jack M~ McKEE LUMBER CO. E. Rw/all Blvd. 489-0527 Gen~ Diary, Menapr FEED BOX Ham lunch with us after Church this Sunday st Michael's Cove 451-2331 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W, Main 489.113l CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME W. Re/all ~. 489-1702 Maanlpmtent & lltaff IN SCHOOLS_ II I I I Sl Tips For ParentS.j~ (Editors note: Good reading skills developed early will help your child throughouthis schooling. The foIIowlng is the second In an eight part series to assist parents in helping children learn. The first series continues on "reading." Developing Good Readers, Part II Introduce your child to the wonders of the public library at an early age. Stop at the library and browse, answering questions about various books and other printed materials: As soon as possible, a child should be allowed to apply for a library card and choose books. Encourage frequent use of the school library. Read and discuss books brought home for possible school projects or during family sharing periods. Subscribe to a children's magazine. Children love the idea of having their very own periodical. Make certain the reading area is comfortable and well-lighted. Take special note of any signs of reading dificulty that may he caused by poor eyesight. If such problems are noted, take prompt action either through your nurse's office. Search out the programs for children. the productions Discuss the and try to answer (is are shown, ask you or you read them Encourage the vitations and your grocery lists, your i "mailbox" for If at any age your ned off" by reading, issue of it. "irresistable" books whatever the child's are. Next: Math Made Ea~ Ne~ Marine Lance CPL. son of Carl F. and pat Malakoff, has depar developement to OkinaWB, He is a member Battalion, 9th Marines, own physician or through the school Division, Camp Pendleton The unit will seas as part of the deployment pr)grl designed to rotate squadrons at a time dividuals at separat way, unit integrity i actual time they shortened. During the deplc sand will conduct t with the U.S. 7th allied nations. thinks he will h~ Replace your inefficient system with a Carrier Air Conditioning unit that's just right for your home or business. The extra efficiency of Carrier can mean additional savings from your electric company. Universal Model 38EB Rou nd 23,400 BTU's* One e sizes Our most popular model designed for years of reliable service. $599* - 50 plus installation After the installation of your 38EB unit, Camer-Bock Co., distributors, w/ll send you a check for $50, Th/s offer is for replacement only and is limited to 3urchase between Aug. 15 to Nov. 15, 1983. No dealer participation is involved. Call us and get the best selection, size, and professional installation for your home or business. Drummond Hoating & A~O OH B&J Industrial Park Flat Creek Rd..Athenso675-5828 L,, ~: ~ ...... : : , % ...: