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? THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, July 31, 1964 Malakoff, Texas .--.--- PUBLISHED EVERY ]~itered at the PostofficeL. j.at SCHOLL,Ma]ak ff asEdilormatter of the second class. Subscription price in Henderson County, $2.00 per year Outside Henderson County, $2.50 Outside State of Texas, $3.00 Legal Classified Advertising Rate 2-cents Per Word. Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular ~. In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- mponsible for more than the cost of the ~dvertisement. leery store, instead of limiting YOU~ :k%~ I their supplies to those items de- ~" t.%~%'.~j I clared surplus commodities and %~ ~ I distributed on a county - agent ~*%O%" ~" l basis. Luxury and imported items ~O~'~ ~ lwill be exempt from the plan. " ~ ~ I Barred from the stamp "shop- ~[~ ~'~**~ t cP~:og: a~dt te~re bananas, coffee, "~ ( ~ ! But the switch must be grad- I~ /ual because current surpluses /must be used up, and it has not I i P f* "r ! ~ ~ i 4,* I been determined yet how much %~ ~ ~ ~,| ~ '|~ ~ l Congress will appropriate for the D program. AN ANSWERS / YARBOROUGH ASKS - - 1 SCREWWORM FUND By LOYE M COPELAND I Sen. Ralph Yarborough s Aus- Tyler Disiric! Manager /tin office announced he has urg- led the Senate Subcommittee on Q. Is there any way I can get/Agriculture Appropriations t o help for hospitalization under the/earmark $5,500,000 to continue Kerr-Mills law I have heard so/the screwworm eradication pro- much about? /gram in the Southwest. A. The Kerr-Mills Law provid-/ Unless a barrier zone is estab- ed .for a state-federal hospitali- ~lished along the Mexican border, zatmn assistance system. Texas Yarborough said, reinfestation of participated in this program. Old age assistance recipients (65 or over) who receive some aid through the department of pub- lic welfare, are all covered by Bue-C r o s s Hospitalization In- surance which is paid for under the plan. Q. I don't have a wife but I do support my widowed mother. If she outlives me, can she get ben- efits on my social security? She has never worked and I'm her only support. My father had nev- er worked under social security. A. Yes. If you died she could get payments as a dependenl parent on your social security re- cord when she's 62 or over. Q. Hoy long can a man get dis- ability payments under social security? A. If his condition doesn't im- prove, he draws disability insur- ance benefits until he's 65. At that time he's switched over to retirement payments. The amount of his check doesn't change how- ever. A free booklet on socml secur. ity along with a "check-up" post card so you can check your so- : cial security record will be mail- ed upon request. Address your requests and questions to: Mr. C Social ~securlty Administra. tion, P. O. Box 3427, Tyler, Tex- as 75705. CAPITOL NEWS (Continued from page I) the surplus commodities distri- :: bution program. : Under the proposed program, - income and no- income faro- may trade federally - sup- stamps for food at any gro- Central Monument Works ,'Home of Quality Memorials" "free" areas will occur and a $12,- 000,000 investment in the pro- gram will be lost. PARKS OVERCROWDED All state parks in Texas are overcrowded, says Director W. M. Gosdin. Gosdin pointed out that 47,944 persons visited Corpus Christi State Park on Easter week-end~ and the level has held up through mid-summer. Other major parks such as Garner, Inks, Goose Is- land, Brownwood and Fort Park- er are handling capacity crowds. A $160,000 expenditure at the Huntsville State Park provided only a third of the facilities that could be utilized, reports the parks chief. New expansion projects at Fal- con, Lake Whitney and Dam B will help take care of next year's visitors but probably won't come close to meeting demand for park facilities, Gosdin said. Methodist Bulletin The Rev. Thomas L. Jones, pas- tor, will speak at the 11:00 a. m. worship service, Sunday, on the subject: STRONG AND VIRILE EXCLAMATION POINTS. T h e sacrament of Holy Communion will be administered at t h i s service. The Senior MYF will meet at 6:30 p. m. in the Fellowship Hall. The pastor will speak at the 7:30 p. m. worship service on the topic: YOUR PRAYER WILL BE ANSWERED. The Official Board will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Fellowship Halt. Chancel Choir Rehearsal will be held in the sanctuary im- mediately following the board meeting You are invited to worship at PUBLIC NOTICE Proposed CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO ON THE BALLOT PROPOSED C O N S T I T U- I of the House of Representa- T I O N A L AMENDMENT I tives within thirty (30) days TO BE VOTED ON AT AN I from date notice was received ELECTION" TO BE HELD[by the Texas Water Commis- ON NOVEMBER 3, 1964. ]sion. Such notice and copy of HOUSE JOINT RESOLU, Jbill shall also be given of the TION NO. 8 proposing an/intr ducti n of any bill amend- amendment to Section 59 of ling a law creating or govern- Article XVI of the Constitu-~ing a particular conservation tion of the State of Texas es-/and reclamation district if tablishing certain require- J such bill (1) adds additional ments relative to the enact-|land to the district, (2) alters ment of laws affecting parti-]the taxing authority of the cular conservation and recla-Jd~strict, (3) alters the auth- marion districts; provMing |ority of the district with re- for an election and the issu- |spect to the issuance of bonds, ance of a proclamation there- [or (4) alters the qualifications for. ]or terms of office of the mere- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ]bers of the governing body LEGISLATURE OF THE|of the district." STATE OF TEXAS: j Section 2. The foregoing Section 1. That Section 59 ]Constitutional Amendment of Article XVI of the Consti-|shall be submitted to a vote tution of the State of Texas ]of the quarried electors of this be amended by adding there- ]State at an election to be held to a new Subsection which ]on the first Tuesday after the reads as follows: ]first Monday in November, "(d) No law creating a con- ]1964, at which election all bal- servation and reclamation dis- |lots shall have printed thereon trict shall be passed unless ]the following,' notice of the intention to in-| "FOR the Constitutional troduce such a bill setting] Amendment establishing forth the general substance] certain requirements rela- of the contemplated law shall,tire to the enactment of have been published at least ] laws affecting particular thirty (30) days and not more,conservation and reclama- than ninety (90) days prior,tion distriJts." to the introduction thereof in,"AGAINST the Constitu- a newspaper or newspapers,tional Amendment estab- having general circulation in,fishing cei~ain require- the county or counties in,ments relative to the en- which said district or any part,actment of laws affecting thereof is or will be located,particular conservation and by delivelqng a copy of,and reclamation districts." such notice and such bill to ] Section 3. The Gove2mor of the Governor who shall sub- ITexas shall issue the necessary mi~ such notice and bill to the I proclamation for the election Texa~ Water Commission, or land this Amendment shall be its successor, which shall file Ipublished in the manner and its recommendation as to such ]for the length of time as re- bill with the Governor, Lieu- I quired by the Constitution and tenant Governor and Speaker|laws of this State. Former Couniy Lawman Dies ATHENS -- Funeral services for Thomas Cleveland Hamilton, 79, of Whitehouse was held in Tj~er at Burks-Walke~r-Tippetq Funeral Home Sunday at 4 p. m. Mr. Hamilton, a former Hen- derson County peace officer, died Friday, following a long illness. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mae Hamilton of Whitehouse; and several nieces and nephews. He was a brother-in-law ot Gene Goodman, Mrs. C. M. Burr and Mrs. J. B. Simmons, all of Athens. Frankston Has New Water Well FRANKSTON -- Frankston has not had a water shortage this summer and the city commission intends to keep it that way. A second water well has been drilled by Texas Water Wells, Inc of Houston and will be com- leted within a week or so. The i hole has been dug and the well is :being cleaned and casing set. The new well will approximate- double the water supply. Rehearsal Dinner To Climax Party Series For Betrothed Couple A rehearsal dinner on Friday, July 31, will climax a series of parties honoring Miss N a n c y Lamb of Memphis, Tennessee and her fiance, Bill Kirby of Malakoff, Texas. Both will be students at S. M. U. The couple's wedding is sched- uled Saturday, August the first, at Trinity Methodist Church in Memphis. The future bridegroom's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Carney Kirby, of Malakoff will be hosts for the dinner in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis Bank- ston of Athens will attend. Dallas guests will include, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Satterfield, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Solomon. Others are Mr. Courtney Thompson, Miss Marcy Phillips, Miss Vicki Cart, Miss Sandra Smith, Mr. Barry Skiles and Mr. Jon Rowe all students or graduate students of Southern Methodist University. Go to Church Sunday You Are Invited To Visit ON WEST HIGHWAY 31 ALL 7 DAYS OF THE WEEK OPEN 6 A. M. TO 7 P. M. FOODS-ICE- CONFECTIONS COLD DRINKS Corsicana & Kerens First Methodist this Sunday i Charles H. Harrison, Rap i Kerens, Trinidad, MalakoffNew light amplifiers release a How io win friends and Kerens EX 6-2655 beam powerful enough to vapo- " influence a---'-"es'ppealt: !! rize steel in its path. mm~mm,~s=~mm Plan your luncheon or dinner BRING YOUR LAUNDRY TO US date here, where tempting fare i When You Bring Your Dry Cleaning daUgh is a ious serv- ice completes the pleasure. WE REPRESENT THE ATHENS LAUNDRY ms. RUBY MCLAm I Riding Club News By VIRGINIA ROBERTSON ~) Make an Appointment A at La N,tas The Malakoff Riding Club will, lhave an all night trail drive w th corn late confidence. Saturday, August 1st. The,knowing ,our precious hair will ~:! i~ ~ mounted members will leave the "~ " "~ receive expert, gentle and "oer- Goodman Ranch at 4 . m. andI ~onahzed~ " " service." - - ~: ~ ride to Humphries Lake in theI~ '~ "iii~i~::':~ g I Toole community and spend theLa NITA'S BEt'"``" - : A LON night. All food expenses will beI~ ~) Mrs. Juanita Christopher paid by the Riding Club. Anyl~ member that brings a guest will ~~--~~@-'~~ ~ be asked to pay $1.00 for each guest. If possible call Gordon Stogner and tell him of any i INSURANCE IS ONE THING Air ~ | guests that Y U intend t bring I~ / so we may have enough food on COVERAGE ANOTHER The following are the winners the recently held LaPoyner Horse' v-'u on of you, home i Show: ! i the coverage afforded by your pres-~ | Halter Classes ~ ertt fire insurance policy. Review ~ | Gelding Class -- 2nd, Olin Dukes; 6th, Mrs. Edd Henderson. ! ! i~ wi~h us! Insuram ~ of / 64 Foals -- 2nd, Mrs. Edd Hen-,every kind I derson; 3rd, Don Rasco. | 62 Mares -- 1st, Larry Surls, i HUMPHRIES INSURANCE AGENCY | 3rd, Bobby Cross. 61 and Older Mares -- 1st, Lar- ~ Mrs. Vivian C. Humphri~ Pho. HU 9-4511 [ ry Surls. I I 61 and Older Studs-- Ist, Ervin ~=: :----:===== -----~ Bell. Performance Classes Western Pleasure. 18 and over -- 5th, Olin Dukes. We Can Supply All Your Western Pleasure 13-17 --- 2nd, David Carter; 6th. Tommy Bar- A " N d nett. utomotlve ee s Musical Chairs. 13-17 --4th, Wilsie Mahon. Western Saddle Horse Class -- PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 5th, Dewayne Lewis. FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS Deb.KeYDeArman.H le Race. t3-17 -- 1st. When you THINK of a needed new part, or a wanted new accessory for your car or truck, we Barrel Race, 13-17 -- 5th, Dab invite you to THINK OF US. If we don"'t have it, DeArman; 6th. Tony Criss. Ribbon Roping -- 1st. G e n e we-ll get it for you by tomorrow's freight. Hood and Dab. DeArman. Malakoff was second in the MALAKOFF DISTRIBUTORS number of entries. FOR DAYTON TIRES OPTOMETRIST i East Side Square i Phone 3238 ~,~thens, Texas i Phone HI/ 9-4611 Night Pho. HU 9.S$4~ MALAKOFF, TEXAS OU~ Darling For Shoriening Gladiola @ Pound Can Pound Bag = Quarter Pound Sunshine Scott Pound Box -Rolls For Frozen - Lemon, Chocolate and Strawberry PICK UP DAYS ARE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS EAST HIGHWAY 31 Seven Cut I Picnic YOU CAN PICK IT UP AGAIN AT OUR SHOP .--'~"--" ~ '--'' .~ Men's i DRY m=== ~=-- Per Wear i. Cleaning ---- CALL -- Pound W-- / You'll appreciate the difference . . that a holrcot here wtll make in your appearancelOut barbers are expertt In whet. ever style cut you preferl Barnett's Barber Shop JOE B~ Pho. HU 9-5201 - In Malakoff, Texas FOR YOUR FENCING NEEDS Representing: BARBIN "'The Name in Fencing.'" NO MONEY DOWN -- 36 MONTHS TO PAY FREE ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION CHOOSE 4-5-OR 6 FEET. WOOD OR CHAIN-LINK. Free Delivery All Meat Bulk "On Highway 31" 6 io 8 Lbs. Per Pound Pounds For Dial HU 9.3521 I