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MALAKOn=' NEWS Page Eight Friday, February 26, 1965 Malakoff, Texas Accent On Health J. E. PEAVY, M. D. Commissioner of Health As Ponce de Leon sought the fountain of youth, so v-e toda~ seek the quick, easy route to ~ood health, Unfortunately, neither of these exists. But there are ways to keep your ~ind and body physically fit. Take a look at the seven paths to fitness. One essential is proper medical care. This means preventive ser- vices -- periodic medical examin- ations and an immunization sche- dule. Give your physician your confidence, follow his advice and obtain prompt care when you are ill. Nutrition is an important part of fitness. Gorging yourself one day and going without food the next is not the way to become fit. Your daily food needs include meat or meat substitutes, milk and milk products, bread and cereals, (en- riched or whole grain) fruits and vegetables, plus other foods to complete meals. Proper dental care is important not only for good appearance and better health, but to permit proper chewing of food and prevent dis- tress and pain. Visit your dentist every six months or oftener as he advises. Brush your teeth proper- ly, as soon after meals as possible --or if you can't brush, rinse your mouth with water. And go easy on the snacks, particularly those high in sugar, between meals. Regular visits to your dentist can help prevent dental distress, fore- stall needless pain and expense, and help to prevent the premature loss of teeth. And believe it or not, exercise is an important element in fitness. Choose any exercise which suits you -- your age, sex and physical condition -- and that you enjoy. You need exercise enough to bring on healthy fatigue . . . vigorous enough to tax the power of your museels . . and regular participa-i tion using all parts of the body. Exercise improves the action of the heart, blood circulation and breathing function. It steps up muscle tone and helps in weight control. And it gives you an over- all feeling of zest and well being. A person also needs to have a satisfying work, healthy play and recreation, and adequate rest and relaxation. Dance Saturday Night STARRING and the "SHRIMPERS" $1.50 per person National Guard Armory Athens, Texas Call OR 5 4170 or OR 5 3698 For Reservaions Sponsored by the National Guard Buildinc Comrn Reported by Betty Carmichael Home Demonstration Agent The Henderson County Program Building Committee met last week in the Directors Room of the First National Bank for their first meet- ing of the year. Mr. Joe Browning, newly elect- ed chairman, presided at the meet- ing and welcomed the group. He urged each member to lend their support to the committee this year as "we all work together to build Henderson County." Mr. Brown- ing reminded the group that the main area of work with which the committee is concerned includes agriculture, youth, family living, and community improvement. Oth- er officers elected at the meeting were: Bob Sullivan, vice-chairman and Mrs. O. B. Calvin, secretary. Directors elected were Clyde Bar- row, Woodrow Walker, Mrs. H. C. Clark and Mrs. Joyce Lewis. The highlights of the meeting was a report by Mr. Roy Morgan, area representative of the Gover- nors Committee for the Aging. Mr. Morgan informed the group of some df the needs of this seg- ment of our population. He em- phasized that all programs rec- ommended by the governor's com- mittee were to be locally imple- mented. Mr. Morgan recommend- ed that a thorough study of the senior citizens, their needs and problems, be made by a group of interested citizens. It is felt that this study is needed before ef- fective means of meeting the needs and desires of our elder citizens can be planned. Mr. Browning ap- pointed County Judge R. H. Lee, Bill Hawthorne, and Roy Morgan as a steering committee to or- ganize a study group. Persons attending the meeting who expressed interest in this new ittee program and agreed to cooperate with a committee were: Dr. Nor- ris E. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Gibbs, Mrs. Roy Morgan, Rev. Chad Murray, the county exten- sion agents and those previously mentioned. Mr. Joe eden, assistant county agent, reported that the 4-H en- rollment was increasing and that definite plans were being carried out to further increase the number of adults leaders, 4-H clubs, and 4-H members. Mrs. Betty Carmichael reported that definite plans had been made to have Dr. Fred Crawford of the State Office of Mental Health Planning to meet with the Family Living sub-committee, the execu- tive committee of the County Pro- gram Building Committee, and in- terested citizens on March 29, 1965. Dr. Crawford will explain to this group what can be done in Hender- son County to establish a sound health program. The program that has been outlinedby the State-wide citizens committee for Mental Health Planning is one of prevention of mental illness as well as treatment and rehabilita- tion for mentally troubled citizens. This committee emphasizes that to the extent possible direct services should be community centered. BAKED BACON This recipe for perfect bacon comes from Margaret Spader, home service consultant for the Gas Appliance Manufacturers As- sociation. Preheat your gas oven to 400 degrees. Place strips of bacon over a shallow baking pan, and place the pan in the oven. In 12 to 15 minutes the strips will be brown and crisp. No need to turn or drain. HCJC Band and Cardettes Leave For Mardi Gras The Cardinal Band and the Car- detts of HCJC are making final arrangements for their trip to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras King Rex Parade March 2. They have raised sufficient fur~ds to pay for transportation by chartered bus. Any additional contributions will help to defray the student's eating and lodging expenses. Plans are to leave Monday morning, March 1 at 5:00 a. m. : They will have lunch in Opelousas, Louisiana. They plan to visit the capitol at Baton Rouge in route before goihg into New Orleans. The Cardettes and Cardinal Band will be lodged at Camp Le Roy Johnson on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans. This is a fifteen minute drive from downtown New Orleans. The band and drill team will march near King Rex in the King Rex Parade March 2. This parade will wind through the streets of New Orleans and is seen by hun- dreds of thousands who will be in New Orleans for this big event and even more will watch on tele- vision. There wilt be approximately fifteen chaperons making the trip with the band and drill team. Dur- ing sightseeing of the city the students will be broken down into groups of about six students--each with their own chaperone. Radio announcer Weldon Owens will make the trip to New Orleans to film the Parade and cover the event for KRLD and the Dallas Times Herald, Mr. Earl Doss of the Athens Chamber of Commerce will take photographs for publicity purposes. !i~:i:~?i:;!~!~i~:::??!;Li:iii~?:~:ii:?!i::::::::!!i::i:::'!:!: : !:i~ ":~ San Anlonio Symphony The San Antonio Symphony O~- chestra's 21st Annual Grand Operu Festival will be held the weekends of March 13 and 20, according to Victor Alessandro, Musical Direc- tor of the Symphony. Productions scheduled this s e a s o n are Ponchielli's "La Gioconda" on Saturday evening M a r c h13, "Faust" by Gounod Sunday after- noor March 14, Puccini's "Madam Butterfly" on Saturday evening March 20,and Richard Wagner's "Lehengrin" Sunday afternoon, March 21. Dr. Alessandro, the only U. S. conductor to direct beth the Or- chestra's symphonic and operatic programs, will conduct all four performances. 24,000 persons from all parts of the Southwest and Mexico are expected to attend the operas in San Antonio's Municipal Orchestra's 21st Auditorium. "Faust" on March 14, Andrea Guiot. premiere at the Paris Opera in the role. Dorothy Kirsten, long orite of San Antonio, will in the leading role of Butterfly." March 21, Brian Sullivan Metropolitan will appear title role of Wagner's Reserved seats are now for all performances at the phony Box Office in the pal Auditorium. Mail also accepted. Ticket priees from $2.00 to $8.00 for seats. A large granite building es the log cabin at Kentucky, in which coln was born. TEXAN Athens, Texas Thur. - Fri. - Sat. Feb. 25-26-27 ANN-MARGRET "THE PLEASURE SEEKERS'" Technicolor Stm-Mon-Tues-Wed Feb. 28-Mar. 3 JAMES FRANCISCUS SUZANNE PLESHETTE "YOUNG BLOOD HAWKE'" TRAIL Athens, Texas FrL - Sat Sun. 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