Bill Maultsby Cancer Family
Special The American Cancer Society has named the William A. (Bill) Maultsby family, the "Cured Cancer Family of the Year for the State of Texas," according to information released at the bimonthly meeting of the San Saba Chapter of the American Cancer Society board of directors held Jan. 26, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Boynton. Maultsby, son of Mrs. Dora Maultsby, underwent surgery for cancer about five and one-half years ago and has been named the "Cured Cancer Patient of Texas." His family, a typical American family, includes his wife, the former Sarah Maud Lindsey, a son, Billy, 16, and two daughters, Brenda, 14, and Delores, 10. It has been revealed that the family will be featured on TV from Austin on March 9, as the "Cured Cancer Family of 1960 for Texas." Pictures of the family will be used on posters during the Cancer Crusade and other publicity presentations will be given the family. A San Saba postal clerk, NEW CAR TAGS ON SALE NOW Maultsby, 38, is kept busy speaking at district meetings of the ACS over the state, telling his experience and appealing for workers in the Crusade. He went by plane to Houston on Jan. 28, when he was guest speaker at a meeting held there. He is scheduled to speak at Dallas today, Feb. 4, at San Angelo on Feb. 11, Amarillo on Feb. 18, and Corpus Christi, Feb. 25. •Maultsby was the first chairman of the San Saba unit of the American Cancer Society's Crusade and has been active with the organization all the years since. He has been with the local post office for nine years and a regular clerk for the past three years. His wife is a beauty operator. Steve Romanowsky, field representative of the ACS, Texas Division Inc., of Austin, presented to the boai-d of directors by President Boynton, made the announcement of the honor bestowed upon the Maultsby family. A total of 12 field representatives of the 16 districts of Texas "presented nominees for the honor which was received by the Maultsby family. At che meeting, Romanowsky showed che film, "Crusade," depicting the year-around program. He was assisted by Bill Shafer, another field .lirector of Texas.