The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 2, 1959 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1959
Page 7
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GETS DEGREE I V. Camby, ton of Mr. .*•£- Mn. L H. Cujmhy el 'GyfporU hu recriTcd hif MiA»ler e{ ceirae* in educc- .Mm d*gr*« ihh tummrr at 'TtJUt Teclmalogicd Calltye fiptubbock. H« « » 1S52 MtS graduate and «trred M*tf TMTI in Iht Wiry b»- 1MS; *Bl«rinj college. He, bis Irttt, Fired*, aad their two -'—*—- . hire bees ; htrt. Code Driving, Hens Urged ffcif times change. . . ->4«sa < t too long ago thttklds Kilied •- or. if they were lucky, rodfc'a bike -- to school each dl'y. Some of our parents even rode horseback to school. days, the distance most n had to cover was at t a mile, often more -- and f&ess of the weather. PJbfl* e days are gone forever. Masy' students still walktosch- «4 b<* increasingnumbersdr- tve., : The-problem of schools in by- Bfloe-diys was to gee enough rtcka for students' bicycles. Today, high schools often must balia parking lots to hold the fdiss of motor vehicles their students arrive in. •LHl>*chools don't ccnstruct •parking lots, students have to leave thei r cars around the sen- W)l"buiUing -- thereby treat-. , • "faj~» traffic hazard forlhotor-' Ittt and pedestrians. "The motor vehicle, then, can be-, quite a headache to schools. '.'Kwrly six million teenagers > many of them students r- drive -ears. They make up about lout (t 14 of the nation's 80. million' licensed drivers. A tfenage driver Is involved fa 1 ootoflOfatalauto accidents. •' .MUn fault of teens, accordingto the'Katiooal Safety CooiciL- a tendency to speed. -•'.'Lots of teenagers drive tc TKbool today," the Councfl said. "And, unfortunately, yo; people too often get an ur- show off around their fr- '!The result? More accidenu fcvolvina teenagers." Solution to the problem? "Che way to bring down tht accident toll among young dr- -4v«w is for every student u iafee driver education," the Co- nneil said. It urged adherence . (0 rtJI» driving code: ^ts^Be proud of yoor driving .Jxryour part toproveteenagert "can be the best drivers on thi -•^-Smooft driving is themarl ^»'pro. Doit make jachrab- -tttstarts, squealing turns aw Sftops. . , r-,:3i". Be courteous at the wheel Ciy« the other fellow a break. Don't try to get ahead cc her driver, or to ever ore if he's inconsiderate. Speed is a killer. Adjust dfe?> 'oad, weather and traffic «i$!itions. - Keep both bands on tht and your eyes on the Step at stop ,- Keep your car In top eon- ffltlon. Give special attention •»'&ts, lirfiu and br»he». i^B, Pon't be a bumper chaser. Keep a safe distance betweei jot and the car ahead. - • • • o -CHICAGO (DPI)—Bgrry La.- JWft ««ht-Janded pitch*r for tt»Chicago White Sox. originally Sitmed to bteome a furniture KCttonttr. 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