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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Feb. 16, 1968 Page Five S Step Closer As a by-product of the re- prior to retirement, disability BUnday ~,ests of Mr. anc~ily. The group was joined oncent changes in the social se- or death. This recent work re- ~. A. S. Blapsitt were Mr. Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. J. curity law, women have movedquirement is what formerly it Mrs Richard Garner andR. Mash and children, Charles a step closer to equality ofruled out payments to many ~, Michael of DeSoto and Mr. and Sharon of Dallas. tr~ ment with their male children of motherswho had Mrs. Gibbs Tare of Athens. Thursday, Mrs. Morris counterparts, Thomas F. Guy, worked tong enough to qualify Thursday and Friday guests district manager of the Social for retirement or disability nnon and Mrs. Gerald Blan- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hewitt Security Administration in Ty- and daughter, Trina, of were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ler ~ nnounced today. las arrived to spend the day S. E. Welborn. On Sunday, the And, ~-ith this step forward, th the Blansitts. Hewitts were visited by his their children also benefit. The brother, Larry Hewitt of Dal- 1967 Amendment.s to the So- Ins. Frank Carpenter was laB. cial Security Act provide that :ted on Sunday by her niece, a c Id can now be deemed de- Parker Holmes of Tyler. Terry Fleming spent several pendent on his mother under days as guest of a former class- the ;ame conditions as he pre- Ir. and Mrs. Frank Van Or- mate of his, Steve Lindsey, in viously was deemed dependent were in Sulk)bur Sprin~ Dallas. The young men utiliz- on is father. ~day and Sunday as a, uests ed their time by attending the This is an important change [0t[v~r. and Mrs. Carroll Black. Fort Worth track meet held in for many children under age i611 ~lJ. and Mrs. Truman White- he Will Rogers Coliseum. 22. It means that some of benefits, but had not worked recently, and were not provid- ing at lea.st one-half of the child's support. With the recent change in the law, the child can now be deemed dependent under tho ~ame conditions as those under chich a child can become en- titled to benefits based on his father's e~rnings. The change in the law is ef- fective with benefits for Feb- rusty 1968, Guy added. Na- tionally, an estimated 175,000 LILLIAN BRADSHAW Carey Quinn really gave us a tongue lashin~ the other da~ He said if we'd stay off of that so-and-so Cedar Creek Lake long enough, we might find out what's going on in other areas of the country. And all this time we thought we'd been do- ing pretty good keeping up with activities. Now Carey, we're going to do our level best to get after that story you wanted us to write, but you know dang good and well them big companies ain't giving out no information 'till they're good and ready, but we're go- ing to give it a whirl, ju~ to please you. We were up at the Dairy Mart last week drinking cof- fee with the girls and the sub- provram at the same time. We are consoled, though, with While Doris was in the bed- room e~mbing her hair, Mutt and their dauvhter, Pare. were absorbed in the prowram whichI showed a young lady exvectin~ the stork. Pare began to ask her father questions and when he pretended not to hear, she insisted that he answer her. In his slow drawl, Mutt turn- ed around and said, "Well you s~e Pare it's a sort of disease. You remember you're just now getting over the chicken pox, we]] it's a disease kinds like that." And that was the end of that. Now wouldn't you know, just as the ground v,-as beginning ~o dry out enough for gardners to be~n their sT)ring planting the fact that if it dosen't stay pretty cool yet a while, the fruit trees will get killed back and fruit is so high now only those on LBJ's gravy train can afford to buy it. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bell of Barry were Sunday guests of her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Layfield. go wilh !, confidence see us! il. You can enjoy a free-wheeling if you let us precision- check your car from bumper-to-bumper now i Our expert ot aJ f them may now be eligible for ~, ormer Trinidad resi- Sunday guests of Mr. and child's social security benefits children have become immed- ject got around to the sex ed- and the shrubbery and trees mechanics will put it in optimum shape 'actor ).ta, and who are now making Mrs. Bill Miller were their son based on the earninffs of a re- lately eligible for benefits be- ucation course being taught in showing signs of bursting promptly v ~r home in Mabank, were and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob tired, disabled, or deceased ginning with the month of one of the county schools. Each forth in bloom, we wake up {INE ~uay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Irving. mother. February 1968. During the first coffee sipper was giving her" Tuesday morning to a norther CE [~Land. To qualify for child's social year under this change, an ad- opinion as to the correct way bringingwith it rain mixed ENGINE TUNE-UP L Walter Fleming Sr. is a pa- security benefits the child mugt ditional $83 million in benefits of informing children about the with sleet. Now we are not CHASSIS LUBRICATION [~r. and Mrs. Fred Matthews' tient at the Haynes Hospital in be dependent on an eligible or will be payable to children,birds and bees when Doris too much of a hortic~lturist, so tin Ranger for the week- Malakoff. leceased parent. If the child Anyone having knowledge of MallorT spoke up and .~aid all the bad weather doesn't par- ir .[ as guests of his mother, ~. R. J. Matthews. Mr and Mrs. Harry Wil- was not actually deoendent on children who might qualify un- we had to do was ask her hus-ticularly bug us in that respect his ~other. he was deemed toden this provision should have band, Mutt, how to handle thebut when it starts interfering liams and daughters and their be lependent if the mother the child's parent or guardian situation. She said ~me timewih our fishing, well, that's ~r and Mrs. Alvin May and daughter's friends, all of Car- had credit under social secur- get in touch with the Tyler so- sue they were prenaring for sumpin' else. At those times ~ ---F- Wer Friday .~' MikeeandDavid tf M2h land, were week-end guests ofitv c)r one and one-half ",'ears cial security office located at church and watching a TV we get pretty hard to live with. I Your GMC Truck Dealer ~D Fda r his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim out of the three year period105 West Front. Y visitors of his parents, Willis - ~ ~ of ~ and Mrs. Kenneth ]Yl~ay. ms ~ - J~ ~ - Sammy Batchetor will Mr. and Mrs. ommy S~ae- t [e today for Dallas wherefield were in Pa,estine S~tur- ~a to board a plane for Fort day to visit with their son sod ~ I Now,~s, Washington. From his family, Mr. and Mrs. Them- (l:} 1 HAIR SPRAY Royal Scot -p~an~ for around eight ----~ solid pounds ~S 2.th'duty serving in theThe Tue~ay Bible Study ~ ~ ~tT~7:~:--.5.?--!~ ~~~~ Corps. Sammy has met at 9: 0 a. m. in the m OOOOOOO0 --~-['t.hismonth's,leave visiting home of Mrs. Jim Williams. h~s grandparents, Mr. and There were nine members Chicken Of The Sea It C j. Moser and with his present. I~m ~,1, ~ au~:rx: ::: [', Mrs C. A. Bell in Light meat=chunk style I~ pus Mrs Willie Mac Haynes of ~j~],Dallas and former resident, of FAMILY SIZE F. -7, Trinidad attended the Sunday llie M. Mullins morning worship service here ~l:n!~fr~:p::irtm/Sfnb~achei at First Methodist and later visited with a number of her ~ o ** !~: ~" friends. ::!i~ she visits with her Brenda, who is a Mrs. Josie Stevens of Mes- ~ [~nt at Bavlor Uni- quite wa~ here for the week'end to visit with her son ana~ ~:'!: "' . his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip ,-,~-rhn ~illi~s of .Me.~ult~Stevens and with her sister [Iq[i [ a Wt~k,end guest of his and her family, Mr. and Mrs. "-|" t of the Lone Star Gas ~i a~d Mrs. W. L. Flowers, ~'~Panied b~, her aunt, Mrs. V~- ROawell of Athens, en- Fh the week end at their ~ can ~E [ ' 'e~on Lake Texoma. np ~-,F"~ !guests of Mr. and. Your wife s employment may ~:~t, ~ l~oston were her par- not be as financially helpful as t-'--r, and Mrs. S. Z. Vnndt" you thought. Although most,Sq. Ctn. ~l~P&~~t, Miss Binnie Warner wives are employed' for evo- [~er U~cle, T. E. Pundt, all nomic reasons, extra expendi- !~l, tures directly related to the wife's job can subtract up to Giant Size [~e I'Iollis Hines home was half her salary. IY~e~e of activity over the p~nd. Mr. and Mrs. Char- Extertsion home manage- ment specialists with Texas illa~aernan of Lufldn arrived A&M University pointed to a = ~. Y and were joined on recent U. S. Department of Ag-"/ k= Mr. and Mrs. F .k cul re s.rvey conduc to Shurfine Cut Wa . a~ mi~: ~d~Mr. and Mrs. Aitor~find out what expenses wives .~o Ky,I~I1 of Athens; Mira have in cormection with era- 3 LB ./ ~ - Ine~ and Bobby Craig, |[~ ~e~i~~ at HCJC and Mrs. ployment and how theic em- ployment affects theirhome I rl ~1" ~ering of Lufkin. Mrs. management practices. I~1~ ik mberlain of Garland, The survey, conducted in ~t.Week-end house guest of North Ca, rolina, showed that ~k:ttaes "while her husband' the wife s r~et income ~ her ~ Reading a music eonven- F~~ Austin. earnings minus direct extra -- -- job-related expenses---amount" ~t~~~ ed to about three fifths of the |~:,~ay guests in the home original pay check for a family --. xll, W. Parks and son with school-age children. How- For Soflin III I % Cured Ham w i ii ere Mr. and Mrs. Troyever, if the family had pre~ 1~ ' " and family of Terrell.school children the employed IHL~* ? Mrs. Claude Jackson,wives netted only about one- O O0 ny residing in Living- ere here for the week-half of their pay check. ,~f [~. visit with her father, The extra expenses varied. ~*" [ ~obe with city and country families, ;, and ~th their ma.~ ". !" relatives, said the management svecial- The average directly re- ist. OOOO0 pI ~ lutedexnenses totaled about [C--' and"rs. O. D. Green-$850. This includes taxes, lb.bag I"!1 e ~ding some tlme I~ 1~ a~:?a vi~ing with ~s t~n~o~-t'on ~ and from work, meals and snacks at j|,FI~' r~vt.'" is Said to be on the work and gifts and donations OO0 l at work. isa,"~'--'-~ Extra exnenditures made byLOIN r o ,or ~ita a:t her days off fromvices for doing homemaking mm llhhe s tun air line hostess tasks averaged about $350 for Ih~e~ r Par~nl~, Mr and Mrs. those with preschool-age chil- he~d:. (ha Tu;aday, she dren and about $120 ! for those - other motored T ,t s~ to y- with sthool-a~e children and ~nd the day with Mrs. al~out $27 for an all-adult IE '" a'lallory another [~f the 1 -" daugh- ~household. L~ Extra clothing and personal care added to the figures. r. and ~ ~a Mrs. Byron Jackson The specialist also pointed '~ ~ttol ~rday and Sunday irl out that families with employ- ~ vimting their son and ed wives tended to use install- ~ly Mr. and Mrs. Gene ment credit more liberally than those with unemployed wives ~Vaekaon. Gene, a steel A wife's employment cause& l~tti,-'htt? n a job in Cinein- t~.~;:" 'A heavy I~w no major changes in eating- II~ ~d~' yed his work and .he out practices in the survey but ~'end with his faro- .~ervices for household task' Z,then unemployed wives. O00000000