6-A . i Saturday Morning, September^. Our Readers Say Letters To The Editor There is something happening mat you might want toknowabout!!! A group of your friends and neighbors (registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, emergency medical technicians, emergency care attendants and physician's assistants) has formed an organization called the Santa Fe Emergency Medical Service. These people saw a rapidly growing population in their area with nothing to serve its emergency medical needs. The volunteer membership of the Santa Fe EMS is growing every clay as word gets around to people who already have the training or have the desire to obtain the training to help in case of medical emergencies. Membership is extended to anyone who realizes the need and has the desire to help meet that need. The Santa Fe EMS responds to any and all medical emergencies in the Alta Loma, Arcadia and Algoa areas. Wherever there is a need for the skills of the Santa Fe EMS, someone will be there. Just to have the peace of mind that if something did happen to a member of your family, if they fell and hurt themselves, or unexpectedly fainted on the floor, or were injured in an auto accident, that medically trained people would be ready and nearby to render immediate aid ... a person who didn't care what your financial status was at that time, who only cared about you and your family's HISD Community Ed Classes Slated HITCHCOCK -Residents of the cily of Hitchcock can learn to disco dance and sc'v,-. decorate cakes or choose a career through co mm unity education classes sponsored by Hitchcock Independent School District. All classes except ballroom dancing and ••New Careers for Women" will be offered at Hitchcock High School. The remaining classes will be taught at Northsicle. Students can enroll at the Community Education Office from 5i a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday. Otherwise, students may come to the designated location on the first night of class. Classes are as follows: - Ballroom Dancing. 7:30 to 9 p.m. Mondays beginning Sept. 25 at Northside. —Basic Sewing. (i:!50 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning Sept. 27. —Basic Skills, 7:15 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25. —Belly Dancing. 7:30 lo 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 2G. —Cake Decorating, 0:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays beginning Sept. 25. —Disco Dancing, 7:30 to 1) p.m. Mondays beginning Sept. 25. —GED Testing. 7:15 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25. — New Careers for Women, 0:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Sept. 26. — Transactional Analysis, 7 lo 9 p.m. Mondays beginning Sept. 25. well being. One way you can insure that peace of mind is to help the Santa Fe EMS buy the equipment needed and keep their ambulance. The expense of equipping the people to respond to an emergency and the cost and upkeep of the ambulance must be met now! Please send a donation today to insure the Santa Fe EMS will be there when you need it. Because things don't always happen to someone else ... sometimes they happen to you. — KOBKKT W. MOKKHEAD, president, Santa Fe EMS (From "A Christian with common sense.") A big thanks to Mr. Gerald Tholen for his article complaining about the power of the press to publicize news of the pope and other church-related activities. Mr. Tholen taught me some new words because I had to refer to the dictionary to define some used in his article. He also caused" me to read my Bible more and made me realize that we need to thank God that we do live in a Christian nation where the editor of our local newspaper is not afraid to publish news of Christian activities as well as atheistic viewpoints. There are places Mr. Tholen could go live where he would not be bothered with Christian ideas on TV or newspapers, but thank the Good Lord again, it's not in the USA. Thank you, Mr. Editor, for your unbiased articles and your very intelligent answer to Mr. Tholen. (From Hitchcock Chamber nf Commerce, Bobbie Sander, publicity chairman for Good Ole Days Centennial Celebration.) On behalf of the Hitchcock Chamber of Commerce and the Good Ole Days Centennial Celebration committee, we would like to express our gratitude to The Galveslon Daily News. Marshall Durham, Jo Ann Oliphant, Linda Westerlage and Bill Barry for the publicity and coverage of the event. We especially enjoyed the special section with pictures and stories of the past. It reminded us that we have a lot to be proud of and a solid foundation on which to build for our next 100 years. Our celebration was a tremendous success. Thank you and The Galveston Daily News for playing a large part in that success. With the continued support and cooperation of our county neighbors, we look forward to making next year's celebration even bigger and better. Submcribe Today! AUzds "WERE LOWER ON THE BEST THAN ALL TOE REST" * AAON DAY -rtru SUNCW- SAM TTU. '32)14 QFEOAUS GOOD THRU SUNIAY SEPT 24 CQ'XAE ON INTO YOUR FOOD KING) WE'RE HAVING A F&PER TMVH5 S-SMJLEAU/mE WAYHOME/ V JU/W30ROU- 6WEETP5AS 3v88 APPIB APRB V88 , MIRACLE WHIP •- 88 , I DAM/'MilrOTTDlCC CVt'; (2£3- \ltf J£RjG\!5 LOTION 8& BAYER ASP! Rl N -SS- J WONDSR RICE 2-8&&/J M»H»5v88 • ^RW5$PTO- 88 FOT/KTOES 5 . 88 OIU . 4- TOIL£T TI65UE f 88 ' _/ •• ' '_^ BRISKET- LIVER l-IVI-fi . BEEF- ENeU5HCuTRQ/\5T:-l-. TOW^^flfrSf^ * ID?) JUICE 88 FOCO WMfrCOUfON PARKAY R3OO KIH&COURDS Tissue FOOOKjNcrCoifW TOWeuS (Sahiestott CONTEST Any student in grades 4 through 12 can enter, Your ad could appear in The Galveston Daily News. It's fun and easy! If the ad you design for the business you were assigned is judged as the best, it wi be printed in the Galveson Daily News. The ad will then be judged for cash prizes. Read the rules below and enter today. HERE ARE THE RULES... ENTRY BLANK DUX 1. Any student enrolled in public, parochial or . Entries must be su b m in e d no later than private school m our circulation area from •_ , ,, ,-.-,-. ». -i ^ grades 4 through 12 may enter. t October 1J 1978. Ma A your entry to: 2. Ads will be assigned to one or more contest- • ueSign HH HU, uaiveStun uaiiy i fonts by the News. Advertising layout sheet • 628, Gdveston, Texas 77550. will be given to each entrant. * PLEASE PRINT 3. The best ad submitted for each sponsoring business firm will be published in a special edition on Sunday Nov. 5, 1978. 4. There will be three divisions and a first , second and third place for each division. The first division is grades 4, 5 and 6. The second division is grades 7, 8 and 9. The third division is grades 10,11 and 12. First place is S 1 5. Sec- NAME ADDRESS STATE ZIP ond is S 10. Third is S 5. A total of nine (9) cash • winners plus a grand prize for the best overall ad, a $ 50 savings bond. . 5. The entire ad, the idea and copy must be the product of the student. Judging will be based on the following: 80% for the most .original • idea; 10% for presentation; 10% for neatness. • 6. DeadlineforentriesisOct.il, 1978. Assig- 9 nments will be mailed to contestants on October* 13, 1978, and must be returned to The News by J October 31, 1978. • 7. Children of The Galveston Daily News em- J ployees are not eligible. • " •GRADE • HOME PHOME MAIL THIS ENTRY BLANK TODAY Mr. Business Man: You can be a sponsor for this contest. Call 744-3611 and ask for retail advertising.
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