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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - February 1, 1979, Galveston, Texas 10- A Daily Thursday Morning, February 1, l'J79 Family Medicine Chairman Named Feel Young Again is Real Rejuvenalor William Schottstaedt, M.D.. associate dean for continuing m e d i c a I education at the University of Texas Medical Hranch, has been named acting chairman of the UT.M1! department of family medicine, according to Dean of Medicine (leorge T liryan, M.n. Dr. Schottstaedl came to the Medical Hranch in 11174 as director ol the Area Health Kducalion Center, a position he held unlil federal funding for the program expired Nov. 11J78. AIIKC was one of 11 programs in the United States designed to help improve health care and health resources in medically under-served regions The Medical Hranch AHKC served counties in South, Central and Kast Texas, and was the only AIIKC in the state The acting chairman was WILLIAM W. SCHOTTSTAEDT niiincil associate (lean in lie previously held a number of faculty and administrative positions at the University of Oklahoma Schools of Medicine and Health. Among his positions were professor and chairman of preventive medicine and public health and dean of the School of Health. In addition, he was a professor in the depart- ment of family medicine and community health and was instrumental in establishing that depart- ment at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Schottstaedt received his M.D. degree in 1948 from the University of California. He also received an undergraduate degree in medical science from the University of California, lie earned a bachelor's and master's degree in music from the University of Michigan, where he was named I'hi Beta Kappa. Dr. Schottstaedt is a native of Fresno, Calif. He is married to Mar> Schottstaedt, M.O.. who is Italian Premier Resigns, Says Government Needs Red Support KOMK i HIM i Premier lliulio Anilrcutli rcsiuni'd Wcdi'iiesdiiy. i-iiiH-ciliiit! Iliis Christian Dcinm-rjitic liovcrnnicnl t-inild not Hiivcrn Italy williimt the support "f tile pmvedul Coimmmisls. Ilidy's -101 h since tile rnd ul World Wiir 11 Ijislnl HI iniiiillis. II lornied with Ihe eiiiisenl (il Ihe Ciiiiiiniiiii.-iln fell the rdniniunisls drew Hint eonsenl Kridiiy. As expeeted. Andreutti liinuli'd in his residual ion to I'residenl Sandni I'erlini. who l.-u-ed Ihe liisk ol nn a new Hovennnenl capahle (if noverniiij; :i country iinpl11'1' hy a risinn lide of terrorism, rampiinl inflalinn and a rale of ununiployinenl. Politicians predicted Ihe search would he and hard. This time and for Ihe first lime since 111-17 Commumsl Parly chief Knrk-n Hei'linnuer was insisting Ihe I'onimunisls be represenled in Ihe c.ahinol ol any new wanted llii'ir indispensihlesnpporl. The I'hrislian Democi'als have adamant ly refused this demand even IhoiiKh in this ease it meanl Ihe downfall of their (iO-year- old premier's cahinel. Andreotli's governmenl took office on an ill-fated day March Id. That was the day Ihal Hei1 I'.riuades len.alsts kid- napped former Pi-emier Aldo Mom, the architect of Ihe accord thai allowed the Communisls to enter the g it v e r n m e n I s parliamenlary majority Polly Sowell New TCVA Director AUSTIN. '1'exas UUMl (iov. Bill Clements Wed- nesday named Polly Sowell Aiislin (lireclnr ol the Texas Cenler for Volunteer Action. Mrs. Sowell's joh is lo develop ilnl1 expand the use of volunteers wilhin slale agencies and institutions such as hospilals, schools, prisons and welfare agencies The governor's division is responsible for cnordiratiiig volunteer and ils serves as liaison between local and private efforts and state programs. Mrs. Sowell was vice- chairman of the State Republican Parly from lo 111711. "The encouragement of voluntarism is one of Kita Clements' staled priorities as First Lady of Mrs. Sowell said. "1 will do all 1 can to slrenglhen and expand the slate's volun- teer program." but mil Ihe cahinel itself. Andreolti's resignation also came as Italy mourned Ihe death of another victim of its terrorist violence. Milan depuly prosecutor Kmilio Alcssamlrini. who was shot and killed by left wing gunmen Monday in Italy's :Wth political killing in n months an associate professor ol psychiatry and family medicine at As acting chairman ul family medicine. Dr. SdioUstaedl replaces M. Lamar Koss, M who is retiring as chairman ul the department Ilr Koss was tin; founding chairman uf the family mediciiii1 department when it was established in He joined Ihe Medical Hranch faculty m as an associate professor ul preventive medicine and health, when family medicine was a division ol thai dcparlmenl. 'UTlJ Huh Hupe will spoof Ihe rampaging hit movie "Superman" on his Jan 'M NBC TV ;pecial with gin-si stars IK'hDy Bonne. Sammy Davis Jr and Debbie Keynukls. Kalliryn Crosby. King's widow, will make a special appearance 'lii'l probiibly i-.-.-u.-r in the ih-pths "f llio brain, known us tin- ci-nlor which IH ix-KU- lalro1 1-y tilt Moo'lsiivam llf-foi.1 the brain's .'deep !IT piTniiu-t; drowsiness anil iiuu-tiv ly of tin- uons'-imis miml. the bl j'jilatn-iuu nuisi i-ontain cal.-illm and lacli.- acid. Why is it that after a day in ihf yon fall Title. Ih" sujisliinc and Irosti '.vhal is even more im- unusual physical '.ivity ri'li-as-.'S more calcium .mil l.u-tn: .-n'i'i into the blood- SI.KF.r BKKT T" h'-r run down .-on- din-in. 1 sht- drink in.ii-i of hultonnllk daily. overlook the irnixirtunrc ii buttermilk as you grow old "i-: U is soun-e of calcium ;ind hu-Uu that have a liivi-l tx-aring on sleep. diet designed to fit the of I told Mrs. M, the only safe way to fight insomnia. "Korm the habit of fluting hal am-ed meals, and take addition- al nutritional concentrates as n.-edod. 'Ti-y to go to bed at the same hour .-very night and don't for- tile buttermilk! SALT CAN I'PSKT Too much ordinary table salt npset the sleep chemistry (o mirh an extent that it causes a high degree of nervous ten- sion, which, in turn, results in insomnia. In a highly revelling experi- imsnt conducted by Dr. Michael M Miller of Washington. D. C.. patients we re treated merely by reducing the amount of salt in the diet. Within a week the patients on 'hi.: low-salt diet were able to "Eat Right" Book By Lelord Kordel Is Now Available To get your copy, send to Ulord Kordel Book, Dept. 'GDN, 17255 Redford Ave., Detroit, Mich. 48219. FOKCRT ABOI'T TOMORROW! One sleep robber itf the con- stant thought of tomorrow. "I must tftit to sleep I have to tjot up early I muat get to la enough to create a iTstli'sa. wakrful night. Knsltiiitf over IOHS of sleep is than the lass of sleep it self. Mental real during the hours of nightly relaxation is an imporUiU as physical Inactiv- ity. Tilt- insomniar invite sleap by quieting the mind and allow- ing the sleep center of the brain tu wash way his troubles of die day ;ind his worries of tomor- row as completely as an ocean wave obliterates a castle in the sand. rights r fall asleep within fifteen min "ow to bent tension be- -'s aftcM- getting into bed. fore it gets to you. OPEN DAILY THURS., FRI. SAT. SALE THE SAVING PLACE, ONLY Cut Your Own 'Should 1 topic of annual By John they exceed the zero amount for your i status. The excess Millions of taxpayers becomes an additional nually debate whether or from gross lo itemize their Of course, the deductions, is to tlie easy on Schedule A (Form Thill menus nut fall under six head- and the simpler medical and dental 1040A instead of Form taxes, interest The better way is to contributions, late your deductions lo see or theft losses and itemizing will reduce deductions. tuxes. If you are a these six entries for owner who can deduct sum of your itemized R.'it'.i1 interest and If the total is taxes, you will than or equal to your come out ahead hy bracket amount, you not benefit by itemiz- Before deciding But if the total is great- form to use, you the excess is an added understand the zero bracket amount, which has replaced the former on your return. For specifics on the allowable deductions in each of standard deduction and six categories, consult low-income all-new edition of "Cut Our income tax has Own Taxes and Save." ways been based on (tax deductible) premise that 50 cents postage and should be allowed to to "Cut Your Own certain standard sums and Save" in care of their gross incomes for the personal expenditures newspaper, P.O. Box 489, Dept. T. Kadio City- themselves and their New York, N.Y. lies. This figure known as the zero the following ex- amount is arbitrary, for married taxpay- ject to change by filing jointly, who bene- at any from itemizing: Your zero bracket ond dental is based on your filing tus. Following are year's amounts, which expense: the same as last Married, filing jointly, or a qualifying widow or loss: Miscellaneous: Their itemized deductions ower: Single or an unmarried head of household: Married, filing more more than their zero bracket amount of Because these taxpayers ly; the trouble to itemize, The zero bracket obtained a substantial is automatically included deduction over the tax tables and tax zero bracket amount. schedules. This means their 28-percent tax vou cannot benefit from itemizing your they saved in income taxes. That was well worth thei- effort in filing JOHN DARNES is Ihe author ol the new edition of "Cut 1040. (NEXT: Reduction lor taxes.) 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