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And Crafts At Hodges June 3, 4, 5 "!~Y LA -- Dates for the annual Arts and Crafts !~l at Hedges Gardens been set for Friday, !:~ay and Sunday, June 3, is a strong, wall takes any ti0n " f 14, and 5, according to Mrs. George C. Wray, Jr. president and festival chairman of Louis- TROCK G)lnm Wallboard iana Artists, Inc of Shreve- port, La. The Festival is co-sponsored by the Louisiana Artists, Inc ~' a group of talented, serious and accomplished artists, craftsmen and ~ulptors, and Hedges Gardens, sylvan show place in the rolling Ki~tchie : Hills of Western Louisiana 16 miles south of Many. Held %1 fresco" in Hedges Gardens, the Festival is open to all artists, sculptors, and craftsmen whose work is "creative and original in con-'. ception and execution," Mrs. Wray said. "This excludes i commercial molds, hobbykits, and the like." Representational and mo- ern paintings, ~ulptureand crafts will be judged by com- petent jurors in the various media and cash prizes award- ed to the winners. In addition to exhibiting their works, participants may also offer them for sale at rea- sonable prices. Since a great many tourists visit Hedges gardens, past participants . have found that their most new c0n$trucH0n popular sales pieces have been remodeling paint, texture goes on just as soon wall is in placel There's no no need for special skill Your carpenter and can build the wall in few hour=, or if you're with tools you can do it Fireproof SH=zrnoc= save= money will ~TnOCE TODAY: works of art or craftsman- ship representational of Louis- iana and the Land of E1 Ca- mine Real, Mrs. Wary pointed i out- General information, rules and regulations are being com- piled and will be mailed to interested participants around March 1. Requests for infor- mation should be addressed to Mrs. George B. Wray, Jr chairman Hedges Gardens Arts and Crafts Festival, P. O. Box 921, Many, La. 71449. How do you cool off 46,000 red-hot sports fans? In Hous- toffs revolutionarb" new Astro- dome ballpark, gas air con- ditioning supplies 4,200 tons of the 6,000-ton cooling system, ;R CO. TOP TEXAN--Beautiful and talented Dale Evans, Queen of the Cowgirls and a world-renowned phi- lanthropist, displays the Texas Press Association's most coveted plaque--The Texan of the Year Award. Miss Evans is the first woman to be named Texan of the Year. Four other native-born Texans have been similarly honored. Awards during pre- vious years went to Paul Richards, Van Cliburn, Dan Blocker, and C. B. "Tex" Thornton. Pictured with her at the honor banquet in San Antonio on January 29 is her famous husband, Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys. Miss Evans received the plaque from TPA President Winn Crossley, pub- lisher of the Madisonville Meteor, at the: closing event of a two-day TPA Mid-Winter Convention at the El Antonio Motor Into The couple flew from California especially for the erent. Welcome to Mrs. Jean; Simms and her 14-year-old son, Jeff, who moved to Trini- dad from Powell Saturday night. Mrs. Simms is employ- ed at the Chester Bradley Ser- vice Station and Jeff has en- rolled in the Trinidad School system. Mr. Simms is serving in Viet Nam. According to reports, the family plan to build their home in Trinidad. Malakoff, Texas Mrs. W. J. Brightwell, ac- HU 9-2581 @ companied by her sister, Mrs. iO. F. Sudderth of Bailey, re- turned to her home Tuesday } after spending fift~-en days i visiting with her sister. Mrs. i Sudderth is spending this week i with the Brightwells. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams had, ms week-end gusts, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scroggins and family of Waco; the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Williams and family of Longview and Mrs. James Williams and son Mich- ael of Athens. Ralph Stacy of Indianapolis, Indiana is visiting in the homes of the Brad and Thad Stacys in Malakoff and with the John Stacys in Trinidad, all of whom are brothers of Ralph. The last report received on the condition of Frank Mc- Cormick is that he is steadily improving. Frank suffered a heart attack Sunday, January 30, and was carried to Mem- orial Hospital in Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willis I visited Saturday in the home of her sister and her husband, helping keep the domed sports Mr. and Mrs. John French i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee arena a crisp 72 degrees evenI were in Terrell Saturday to!of Mesquite spent the week- when outdoor temperatures hit I vimt Mrs. Johnny Milliken and end with their parents, Mr. and 100. , i(!% : : l children Bonnie and Debbie. "THE KIDS WERE RIGHT ABOUT IT:" Food Is Delicious, Wholesome and a good selection to choose from! Bm'gers and sandwiches ? sure ! Basket and platters of chicken, steak, fish, shrimp and oysters too! Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Elder of Tyler. On Sunday, Harold Wil- lis of Denton visited with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willis. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dann of Garland returned his mother, Mrs. S. A. Damn, to her home Sunday. Mrs. Dann had been visiting in Garland and Dal- las and Garland with her chil- las with her children for sev- eral days. Mrs. Lloyd Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilbanks. Their daughter, Julie, who had spentFIRST BAPTIST REPORT most of tast week here return-! There were seventy mcm- ed home with her parents, bets present for Sunday School i at the First Baptist Church Mr. and Mm. G. W. Itotcomb!Sunday. Mines Gait Goodson, l spent Sunday with their son Judy McDonald and Thomas and his family, Mr. and Mrs. t Bradley brought the special Pat Holcomb and Jill in Plane. l music for the morning service, Pat and his family are in the entitled, "For All Sins." The i process of moving to San An-IPastor, the Rev. James Good- son brought the morning mes- tonio, sage, which was a monologue I Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilbanks on "The Way of the Cross." I of Arlington spent the week- [end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eulis Templin of Mala- koff and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and family moved to Rockdale Thursday. Smith has been transferred to the Rockdale Texas Power & Light Com- pany plant. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Orden spent the day Saturday in Dallas and while Mr. Van was attending to business, "Skeet" got in a little shop- ping. THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Feb. 11, 1966 Page Seven "In the Service of Others" CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Let's take a break from meal preparation and join the kids at-- GLYNN & ANN REESE'S East Highway 31 Malakoff PHONE HU 9-6791 FOR TAKE HOME ORDERS Convenient Window Service And Modern IYaming Room Glover McClintoek, who has had quite a spree with the "virus bug" has recovered well enough to be back at his post as vice-president of the First State Bank in Trinidad. YOUR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. I understand there is a lump-sum death payment made by the Social Security Admin- istration upon the death of an insured person. Is the pay- ment based on the amount of the burial expenses? A. No. The payment is de- termined by the amount of work under social security. The lump sum death payment~ ranges from a minimum of $120.00 to a maximum of $255. Q. My wife and I both re- ceive monthly benefit checks from social security. May each of us earn $1200 and still re. ceive all of our checks or must both of us limit our total earn- ings to $12007 A. The retirement test under social security allows each in- dividual to earn $1200 and still receive all of his checks, Thus, you may earn $1200 and your wife may earn $1200. Q. I will be 62 next month and am planning to retire. What should I bring with me to your office. You should bring your so- cial sec"arity number, proof of your age, and your W-2 form for last year. If you are self- employed, you should bring your 1965 tax return and that you have paid the self- employment tax -- such as your cancelled check, etc. Medicare To Replace Texas 65 Policy H. Lewis Rietz, president of the Texas 65 Health Insur- anee Association, announced Monday that Medicare will eliminate the need for which Texas 65 was established, that is offering health insurance protection to Texans over age of 65. Rietz stated that when Med- icare goes into effect on July 1, health insurance coverage will be readily available to everyone over age of 65, and since Medicare will duplicate most of the coverages offered by Texas 65, the latter will t~zninate its program at mid- night, June 30. He emphasiz- ed, however, that Texas 65 will continue to offer health insur- ance protection to its members until Medicare takes over, and that it will remain in operation after July 1 to handle claims incurred before its termina- tion. Rietz urged those who are now protected by Texas 65, or other private health insurance plans, to keep their policies in force until Medicare benefits start on July 1, so that they will not be without coverage should illness or accident oc- cur. The Texas 65 Health Insur- ance Association was authoriz- ed by special legislation, en- es : F -'" . "5: o. '" "o" Q .o acted by the 1963 Texas Legis- lature. Since its first emmll- ment period in October of ttlat )'ear, Rietz said it has paid claims in excess og $7,700,000 to over 42,000 Texans. "Through these payments," he said, "Texas 65 has helped thousands of Texas families avoid financial disaster due to illness or accident. The 64 in- surance companies who have underwritten the program are glad to have been able to of- fer this smwice to the people of this State," he concluded. Rietz said that some 35,000 Texans now enrolled in Texas 65 have been notified of the July termination of the pro- gram, and that they had been urged to enroll in Part B, the voluntary portion of Medicare, which provides for doctor's services and certain other meal- Mrs. Lloyd Johnston is visit- ing her sister, Mrs. Charlie Kyser, in Waco. Three inches of rain fell overnight Tuesday in the Trin- [ idad area, according to a re-] port received at 7:30 a. m. i Wednesday. The amount was 1 registered in the rain gage ofI the Texas Power and Light, Company. I Jamie Bradshaw received a broken t ,ne near the ankle in I a basketball game Thursday night. A cast was put on the leg and he wilt be required to wear it for six weeks. The game was between Trinidad and Mabank played on the lo- cal court and the Trojans won 100 to 41. The Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church of Trini- dad will meet in the home of Mrs. John Quinn Thursday, February 17 at 2 p. m. The event will be a Valentine so- cial and all members are urg- ed to attend and bring a guest. Mrs. Wayman Johnson of Galveston is on an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Frank Carpenter and with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Archie Mac Johnson in Malakoff. Mary Dolphene and Mrs. Car- pen~r spent the week-end vis- iting relatives in Tyler. The Rev. James Goodson, roster of the First Baptist Church of Trinidad, began Monday, a clinical course in emotional problems at the Rusk Hospital. He will con- tinue the courses for eight eon- secative Monday's. "o" '% *" ~ J * * o :% %:. , %' A, , ical expenses for $3 per mo~h. Rietz said that Texas 65 is currently studying the possibil~ ities of continuing coverage for the under 65 spouses of Texas 65 insureds. He said, "We rea- lize this group of Texans, now protected by Texas 65, will nat have Medicare protection un- %il their 65th birthday. We hope to work out plarm to con- tinue to offer them coverage until they are eligible for Med- icare. Details of this plan wilI be announced when %hey are completed. Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan with Body by Fisher softened body-to-frame mounts to smooth Chevrolet's ride. We put in soft-acting shock absorbers and soft-working oail springs at every wheel. By soft, though, we don't mean mushy. Chevrolet's Way makes a smooth, solid ride. Very steady on curves. A bump jumps from the Wide-Stanoe wheels to the Md ocks--and lfi[lfll It all but di ppgat Soft oontoured new Strato.bucket front seats come standard in The powerfully smooth new Turbo-Jet V8 is available In all '66 Caprice, Impala SS, Impala, Bel Air and Biscayne models. Eisht features now standard fee your added safety--including seat belt= front and back (alway= buckle upl) and an out=Ide rear. view mirror (always check In back before passing). i i !iii ),i! ii~ Super Sports for relaxing comfort on e' ery rap. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gideon of Athens spent Sunday in the home of the Bobby Roumm- All kinds of cars, all in one pla at your, Chevrolet dealer's: Chevrolet. Chevelh Chevy II. Corvair Corvette 42 5059 Mala]w//, Texas Pho. HU 9-2~41 West Highway 31