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The Trinidad Volleyball Team were second place winners in the Henderson County YMCA of the team, left to right, are Mary Warren, Tori Watson, Kathy Kelly, Terri Hawkins, Stacy Dunacusky Not pictured are team members Lanetta Cole. Teressa Boyd, and Coach Tony Sims. (Staff photo by URITY rely VanBevers ger Administration 65 next February, the end of 1982. to have when I file for benefits? your age and age if he or she is old. The best proof of ~r baptismal certificate t you were 5 years old. If exists, we can use other records, U.S. Census records, or other when you were your Social Security list of documents of age. need proof of your are applying for Trinidad School menu MAY 25-29 Monday: Fish sticks, macaroni and cheese, green beans, fruit, hot rolls/butter, milk. Tuesday: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, mixed vegetables, hot biscuits, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, buttered peas, hot rolls and butter, jell with cookies, milk. Thursday: Macaroni salad, vegetable beef stew, sandwiches, sliced cheese, cookies and jell, milk. Friday: Hamburgers, salad, french fries, baked beans, fruit jell, milk. when you file for you proper credit for g~. ~.~/,~, M1, you need to bring dO]~ "(or tax returns if you ~ have o for 1980 and 1981. you must submit BY DAVID SMITH are not accep- our documents to see the original ~for benefits by calling or ~r st Social Security of- kl there will be glad to FOrk part-time this year. ray social security t~ on how much you you are under age 65, 4~ and still keep all of ,'tmrlty checks. If you are ~ or older in 1981, you tad still keep all of your re tha~ the limit, w soch ~1 security ,at you earn over DRESSES . * Casual .Dresses . Mzssy SPORTSWEAR *Pants .Skwts .Blouses i Donnells Fashions Hwy. 31 E. Hours Mon. thru Sat. Malakoff 489=1520 9 a.m. to 5 p.ml Jobs depend on energy... We Americans have always understood that we can't get something for nothing. We're hard-working people. One ;f the things that has kept us working, and kept our standard of living climbing here in the Southwest, has been a ready supply of reasonably priced electric energy. It makes our labor more productive, and helps hold down the cost of the goods we produce. It helps keep our industries competitive, and that enables them to grow and employ more people. The costs of energy everywhere keep rising. But an even bigger problem is making sure we have enough electric energy here. At your electric company, we're working to keep this area attractive by supplying the electricity we all need at reasonable cost. We're planning ahead to keep our supply abreast of the need, so business and industry can plan confidently fi r their future here. Because that means jobs here. UNEMPLOYMENT ~I'FXAS I'()WER & I.I(;HT C()MI'ANY A ta-payin9, investor-owned eiectrm util ty County 4-H members are teen leaders Five Henderson County 4-H members have received the highest leadership award a 4-H member can obtain. Jean- ne Brown, Malakoff Timber Trails; Theresa Martin and Virgil Byers, Eustace 4-H; and Gayla Yarbrongh and Tracy Morton, Pioneer 4-H have been designated as Teen leaders. Teen le~ders take on responsibilities " as adult leaders in advising and in- structing 4-H members. To be designated teen leaders 4-H members musthave been a 4-H member for two (2) years, 16 to 19 years of age, a designated 4-H junior leader, and com- plot a leadership course. The Hender- son County leadership course, ap- proved by the 4-H council, was the first of its kind in the state. It was so recognized in the State 4-H Newsletter, by state 4-H specialist Preston Sides. Women should According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, pregnant women should plan to hreastfeed their new babies unless there are special problems. Nutrients in human milk tend to be digested and absorbed more easily than those in cow's milk ~ and human milk serves as a transfer of disease im- mtmity from mother to infant, reports Mary K. Sweeten, foods and nutrition specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. LITTLE The Malakoff News, Thursday, May 21, 19gl--SA LITTLE RANSFER & STORAGE ipnt fw MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 2148744221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas BACK TALK By Dr. Glen Haywood A pain or ache in the head of al- most any type is simply called "headache." It is probably the oldest and most common ailment known to mail. Headache may be the most obvl- can effectively eliminate the CAUSE us symptom, but it's usually Just of pain in many common headache one of a group of symptoms: nausea, problems. dizziness, earache, buzzing in the Unlike drugs, chiropractic ears, chills, fever, etc. These symp- with nature to restore normal But temporary relief is not enough, ff a better solution is available. Chiropractic care of toms are not caused BY headaches, tion and health. Remember, but WITH a headache they form a practlc relieves the pain of headache symptom-complex with a common by eliminating the cause, not by cause, lngit with strong chemicals. In ancient days people thought that The question of permanent results demons or evil spirits caused head- depends on many factors. When a aches. Treatment meant driving out person continues to be exposed to the demons. Now through modern science, we know that the headache has a real hysical cause. We have a greater nowledge of the nervous system and the mechanism of pain. Yet same daily stresst, due to personal habits arm occupauon, a recurrence is certainly possible. Yet in many cases excellent and permanent suits are achieved. Do You Have A Question? Write MABANK CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC P.O. BOX 242, Mabank, Tx. 75147 Phone 887-1417 some doctors are still prescribing some strong and often dangerous drugs. They are not intended to drive out demons and they do relieve pain, WHITEWALL SIZE 4 FOR SIZE 4 FOR A78-13 99.00 G78-14 155.00 B78-13 119.00 G78-15 160.00 C78-14 130.00 H78-15 165.00 E78-14 14000 L78-15 17000 F78-14 150.00 FET: $1 55-2 72 each FET: A 78.13 $1.55Eech Exchange BELTED A70x 13- $34.00 D70x14 - ,$40.00 E70xl 4- ,$42.00 G70x14 - $46.00 G70x 15- $47.00 H70x15- $49.00 FREE Mounting ! 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