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J -sswering Insurance ..&apos; estions  ,re you now in good health?" il the question on Harold's ap- ition for life insurance. As it ned. he did have a cold in head. Nonetheless, he wrote nhappily, Harold's cold devel- :d into pneumonia, which final- k his life Could his widow ct the insurance? In a court Xing. the insurance company I the policy was invalid because ld had told a lie by answering S" on his application form. the court ruled in the idow's The judge said a person could fairly be considered "in good One applicant, asked whether he health" even with a minor ailment had ever had liver trouble, said no like=a head cold. ----even though he had indeed suf- fered at one time from that ail- ment. When the truth came out after his death, the insurance com- pany refused to pay off. The wid- ow. going to court, argued: "Of course my husband knew he had liver trouble, but he be- lieved it had all cleared up. So he didn't think he had to mention it." Unconvinced, the court rejected her claim, because this was not a case of doubtful langtmge but of outright deception. The judge said that since the insurance company us taking the risk of insuring the Filling in application forms for man's life. it was entitled to know life insurance may often raise all the relevant facts--and then doubts about the meaning of draw its oxen conclusions. Not even a qualifying phrase like ords. Generally speaking, the lay< allov, s an applicant to interpret language the way any ordinary, reasonably intelligent person would interpret it. However. that does not mean the law will condone dishonesty. NNE "+to the best of nay kno,,vledge" can lakc the taint out of a wrong an- ,,cr. if the evidence shows lhat Ihc person must ,,urely have known better. In short, in case of doubt, an ;,ppl+cunt +itt find it safer to tell more than to tell les,,. Otherwi'.,c. he may be leaving his family not in-,urance but only a law+suit. A public rvice feature of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas. Written by Vill Bernard. Trinidad. Menu Trinidad school menu for the week of Feb. 9. Monday -- Baked ham, glazed sweet potatoes, black eyed peas, aDple sauce, hot rollls and milk. Tuesday -- Vegetable beef soup, tuna salad sandwiches, pimento cheese sandwiches, cookies and milk. Wednesday -- Hamburgers, seasoned navy beans, earn chips, lettuce, onion, pickle, banana pudding and milk. Thursday -- Chicken and dumplings, peas and carrots, There's no doubt abo It-- money is tight these days, and just try to float a loan without having to pay an exorbita In- terest rate! You'll get just a- bout as far as a drop of water on a sand dune, and the federal government isn't helping mat- ters any by trying to stifle all e-orr at construction and growth. But some folks here-a-bouts are just going right on with their never-you-mind business and doing what they think they can afford and are big enough to, with the end 'result that the whole community is better off. Take Dr. Joe Rosenbloorn, for instance. He recently has con- structed a large addition to the rear of his office building that leads off from the ceer office. The room is completely equipp- ed to handle certain emergency cases and is also large enough to provide ample storage spate for extra medical supplies. Then there's L. A. "Mutt" and Doris Mallory of the Mal- lory Real Estate and Insurante. They are currently in the pro cess of building a lovely new office structure on Wharton pro- perry along Highway 31, which has recently been opened up for public sale. The ouide walls of the sturucture are being bricked in an off-brown color. On down the highway a piece, the Yates house occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Finley, is had," McClintock said. Also a new 3M copying machine has been received and put into op- erallou. Other work going on over town that's both decorative and beneficial, is the re-roofing of many homes. In fact, there are so many recently shingled and work still underway on ethers that it would he impossible for us to list them all. All these improvements have been in progres during the bad weather, b with the adveat of a warm sunshiny day last week, many residents stirred outside to begin preparing gardeos and flower beds for spring planting. Seen breaking up and prepar- ing grounds were Lelan Wil- lianas and Ernest Jack. Now Lelart is our next door neighbor and is quite free with his fresh vegetables, but we depend on Mr. Jack to supply us black eyed peas and tomatoes because he has over a city block for planting. And with our love of peas and tomatoes, he's the only one in town that can keep us sullied. If Mr. Jack runs out, then Glee Taylor had better keep a wary eye on the garden pl he is readying just north of and belolging to Mrs. Lottie Bradley (our methez) because we are not beyond doing a little moon- liting either in a pea or water- melon patch. We learned the trade while yet a young lady. en among his rows of vegetables +are any rmmber of blooming flowers. Before the winter set in last year, it would have re. quired a railroad freight car to cart away the myriad of chry- sa.,Xhemum plazas found in the long rows of his garden and in beds surrounding the ,house. The blossoms were so large and so perfect, they drew the attentbn of visitors from miles around. Everyone thought .he had done himseff with the plants, but he just smiles and says "wait 'till this fall," and that's one of the pl of fall that we are looking forward to. Andrew Jackson Seeks Office of taking on a new look with the Mary Peebles, who always fruit cup, bread and milk. I Friday -- Pizza, french fries, addition of all apartment adja- haS such benutlful chrysahe- County Tr.surw green salad, ice cream and cent to the west wall of the old- mums in bricked beds adjacent ginal home. Miss Katharyr to the front of her house, was milk. Yates, sister of Mrs. Finley and seen giving the planters a good Andrew Jackson of Trlni- " elei and spading while the dad is a candidate for county Earl Yates, will occupy the a- // " /g.L.LJI J$" -7/ i i.[//// thisPartment'year as aShe memberWaS employedof the ofWarmthe SUnyear,WasandOUt.sheCOmewtll fallno treasurer .in the de mocrsttc Prl-maries. He was born at Trinidad Sept. .>,..; " , local school faculty, doubt have another profusion of 8, 1939, and graduated from Back in town at the First blooms. Trinidad High School in 1960. "'m4+'+11' f State Bank Building, Glover Me- " In out" opinion, however, the While in high school, he was 6 [h'tSlt  Clintock, has armotmced some master gardner of the town ts elected most courteous boy and This is the victory that new the friendliest bey. He kept score NOWI overcomes the world, our faith.--(John 5:4). Whenever we face .,ome- thing of value to be learned, some good to be gained, we should depend on God for our supply. Let His rich ideas and productivity work through us. If there is a healing need, learn to rest and relax in the life of God, for we can find perfect health through him. By dwell'- ing on the good, 4hat good its brought forth into exp'ressio. ONLY O0 * "PERMA-SET " VHF FINE TUNING 3-STAGE IF AMPUFIER AUTOMATIC FRINGE-LOCK FRONT MOUNTED SPEAKER DELUXE VIDEO RANGE TUNER AUDIO GUARD The ROAMER--A1331 Lightweight ! Super portable ! Perfect for porch, patio, den. bedroom or anywhere ! 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Phillips Appliance Malakoff improvements reeeetly Marshall Marlow whose green added for the converdea,e of thumb seems to outdo itself for the basketball games. customers and more efficient every year. He was unable to participate bookkeeping. A complete new Marshall starts out with the In sports because he has walked section of safety deposit boxes earliest of spring vegetables and on crutches most of ts life have been installed because "we continues planting various seed due to a physical condition known as spinal bifldia, a condition ran completely out of those we as befits the season. Intel'wov- which leavesthelowerllmbspar- THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Feb. 6, 1970 Paso Five tlally paralyzed. Jackson attended Henderson County Junior College where he majored in business admirds- tration (accounting). He worked for himself most of his li in the field of selling and worked for an employer twice before ac- cepting a position with the sher- tfffs department in Athena. "i have always wanted to be independent and to make my own way. I also have a strong de- sire to serve my country in whatever way I could," he said. He served as a cry council- man at Trinidad prinr to ac- cepting employment In Athens. ,q promise If I am elected that I will serve aa yoer county treasurer to the best ofmyabfl- lty and will try always to make you proud you elected me. I as- sure each and every person In Henderson County that whatever support they give me in this campaign I will deeply alPreelate It," Jackson said. You should never have to leave the room to answer the telephone. Your telephone is an instrument of conven- ience that belongs where you belong, be it bedroom, kitchen, family room or hall. Exten- sions cost so little that you can always have a telephone handy. Call our business office and we'll put a telephone wherever you should have one.  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