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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1989, Salina, Kansas
The Salina journal january 15 weddings new attitudes curb drunk driving personal health and Hugh Martin Sandra Knox Knox Martin Smolan officiating at the 7 wedding of Sandra Knox and Hugh at the Salem Borg lutheran Church was the Wil Liam Nelson of parents of the couple Are and William 1946 Ridge and and Wil Liam Martin of Patrick Havard of Al provided the lectors were Julie Knox of and Thomas Smith of Kansas Honor attendants were Shaun Knox of and Pete Nelson of Kansas other attendants were Jeffrey Knox and Scott Knox of Salina j John Knox of Misawa Spencer and Allison Martin and William Martin of Smith Center Craig Renfro of Manhattan Brenda Wessel of and Lori Boogher of i a reception dinner followed at Gutierrez restaurant in the Bride attended the University of Kansas and graduated from wich Ita state she is a self employed physical therapist in her a graduate of Kun and the University of Kansas medical is completing his residency in Anaesthesiology at Louis univer a delayed honeymoon is planned in february to the couple now Are at Home at 921 Webster classified ads get and Clayton Sherwood Cynthia Day Day Sherwood Manhattan Cynthia Jeanette Day became the Bride of Clayton Ray Sherwood 7 at the Danforth Chapel on the Kansas state univer sity receiving their wed Ding vows was the Ben Duer parents of the couple Are and Wilborn Day of Lincoln and Ester Sherwood of Salina and Ray Sherwood of musicians were Brian and Maggie Peil and Dan Myers of Matron of Honor and bridesmaid were Nancy Rasmussen of Lindsborg and Cindy Burge of Best Man and groomsman were Robert Turner of Manhattan and Oscar Morales of Kansas other attendants were Greg and Erin Rasmussen of Lindsborg and Norman Burge and Brandy and Kara Sherwood of a reception and dance followed at the Wareham opera assist ing were and Mike Day of Wichita and and Pat Schmidt and and Robert Snyder of the Bride graduated from Lincoln High school and received a degree in accounting from Kansas state uni she now studies toward a masters degree in accounting and is an accounting instructor her a graduate of Man Hattan High is a Pool service manager and works in sales for the Energy Center in the a newlyweds Are at Home at 1615 heal Nelson Sharon Kay Heald and Clyde Wayne Nelson were wed parents of the couple Are Gene and Nancy Robbins of Minneapolis and Lorraine Tutkus of Newton and Claude and Nancy Nelson of hut Honor attendants were Shaune Wheeler of Garden City and de Dickerman of the couple Are at Home in times news service the Holiday season is Long but chances the memory of a new years eve party still lingers in your maybe you consumed one or More Al Coholic drinks before driving Home or to another if you did not drink and then chances several other guests perhaps you were the Host of a when guests you almost certainly did not routinely who driving and then offer the Driver nonalcoholic and knowing that a guest has consumed one too Many for the you surely did not infringe on his privacy by insisting that he not instead finding him a calling a taxi or keeping him at your House for the while few americans would publicly assert that people who have been drinking should then very few take Steps to guarantee that alcohol impaired Drivers stay off the most seem to consider drinking and driving a Symbol of machismo and would not dream of embarrassing themselves or friends by suggesting that anyone was too drunk to handle a motor even among intimate the question put to a Driver who has been drinking is Are you All right and the answer is almost of few couples Start an evening with a decision about who will drive and therefore who will not or at least time their drinking so that Little if any alcohol is in their blood when they again get behind the Drunken driving is Normal in this it is a natural product of our social in Laurence Ross sociologist drunk driving Normal As Laurence Ross pointed out at a conference on Highway safety in 1984 Drunken driving is Normal in this it is a natural product of our social in particular our patterns of drinking and recreational activities and our patterns of trans a sociologist at the univer sity of new cited As an ironic example a professional conference he attended on Drunken after the the conferees attended a two hour cocktail party followed by a 10mile drive to a banquet at a restaurant where Many continued to consume while it is the rare person who does not know at least one family that has been struck by a Drunken driving it has Long been our ten Dency to believe that it will not Hap pen to us or that the amount we drink does not impair our thanks to the efforts of groups like mothers against drunk students against drunk driving and remove intoxicated there is a growing awareness of the toll Al Cohol takes on our nations highways and a slowly emerging social consciousness that condemns Drivers who Sweden has new views it is an attitude that has already become the social Norm in where a designated Driver who does not drink is routinely deter mined before social outings or where part goers who plan to drink take one 25yearold swedish reveler told Jay director of the Harvard Center for health comm that if he were to get drunk and then my friends speak to me and my brother would beat me a swedish television Star told to be arrested and convicted for drunk driving is a social and personal Winsten is overseeing a Harvard project seeking ways to curb Drunken driving and alcohol about 40 percent of americans will be involved in an alcohol related Accident at some Point in their and 2 million alcohol related crashes occur annually at a Cost of billion to those figures were cited last summer in a letter to the surgeon Everett that was endorsed by every member of the the senators wrote to Call attention to the problem after a fatal collision last May Between a Church bus with a pickup truck driven by a Drunken no doubt youre familiar with the statement that half of the nations traffic fatalities Are related to Al that would mean injuries and serious injuries each but there is Good reason to believe that these statistics vastly under estimate the enormity of the prob alcohol in blood Many of the nations medical examiners have found that drinking is a Factor in 8090 percent of traffic fat Donald medical examiner in Louis Analysed 31 accidents in 1981 and found that there were Only three in which no one involved had been of the 28 people Only six had no alcohol in their his records showed similar statistics for 1982 and a study in the Atlanta area of 46 accidents in which blood alcohol Levels were measured disclosed 91 percent of the Drivers had been drinking and 84 percent were legally All fall and Winter u t Joseph medical examiner for nieces said of his if you consider Only the Driver at fault in fatal accidents and single vehicle Accident fat we would approach 90 to 100 percent alcohol related driving is a Complex task that demands alertness to traffic and Road an ability to see Well Day and night and to the sides As Well As straight a Driver must also be Able to make fast and prudent decisions to avoid or safely handle dangerous situations and be Able to react quickly and reaction time slows doctors have found that alcohol dulls areas of the brain that enable people to make sensible it slows reaction time by interfering with reflexes and it causes drowsiness and loss of alertness and and it reduces peripheral vision and can cause double or multiple vision and in most you Are legally drunk if you have a blood alcohol level of meaning that you have had about six drinks in two but you dont have to be drunk or even feel drunk to suffer any or All of these Adverse the amount of alcohol that seriously interferes with driving skills varies from person to and even an individuals tolerance can vary from time to in impairment increases with each drink and sub sequent Rise in blood alcohol As Little As one especially if you do not drink regularly or if you drink on an empty can make you an unsafe Young people who Are less experienced at driving and drinking Are More Likely to become Highway Al Cohol fatalities than older tests by the Southern California research Institute among 10 men who were moderate drinkers showed evidence of impairment beginning at percent blood alcohol one drink in two most seriously impaired was the ability to pay attention to More than one thing at a a skill critical to Safe the California researchers concluded contrary to popular there is no evidence that Low or very Low blood alcohol Levels improve performance of driving related a swedish study showed even the morning after an intoxicated when alcohol is gone from the there is a 20 percent decline in driving ability in hangover be Laws not working Ross said the american penchant for trying to solve Public problems by passing Laws is unlikely to succeed in curbing Drunken Laws do not change attitudes and studies of the effects of stiffer Drunken driving penalties and enforcement crackdowns show that they do decrease the number of intoxicated Drivers and alcohol related accidents but the effect wears of f in a matter of just about the Only Law that has been shown to have a lasting at least in one age is the one raising the Legal drinking age from 18 to in for Drivers age 19 and 20 apparently ignored increased penalties for Drunken but when the drinking age was raised to alcohol related motor vehicle deaths in this age group fell 38 researchers from Vanderbilt University school of Medicine reported last month in the journal of the american medical Ross pointed the most dangerous Drunken Drivers Are problem and they Are the least susceptible to deterrent probably nothing in our society will change until vast numbers of people decide that drinking and driving is antisocial behaviour that cannot be such a change in attitude requires nationwide efforts to make people aware of the this would include persuasive education in schools and on the safety efforts will 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