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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 16, 1983 .... I T 4..15® 403 East Royall Blvd. Malakoff I B.F. Goodrich & Atlas Tires All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. anner EXX()N ! 10 E. Mitcham, Malakoff 489-1292 Grocery and Market lh Beef....... ..... .... ...... $1.28 lb. Hind Qtr .... ..... ..... ....... $1.58 lb. Beef Loins .... ........ ...... .. $1.68 lb. Fore Qtrs..... ................ $1.18 lb. Whole Pork Loins. ........ ...... $1.38 lb. 10 Ibs. Bacon............... .... $13.80 Hwy. 85 & 90 887 1555 To To All 3 Pcs. Assorted Colors Complete OOFFEE TABLES & LAMP TABLES Wood Parts Only Complete Set to With Mattrostms Each Set To EARLY AMERIOAN SOFA, LOVEsEAT & OHAIR Set All 3 Pines |ostex To Mabank Furniture X r~ Hwy. 9O Warehouse to Hwy. 175 Seven Points Hwy, 9O to Malakoff OFFICIALLY WELCOMED--Malakoff Area Chamber of Commerce members held ribbon cutting ceremonies at 10:30 a.m. Friday officially welcoming Wayne and Joyce Callaway as owners of Callaway's Funeral Home. Pictured cutting the ribbon is Callaway and his wife, Joyce. Holding the ribbon ar Faith, left and Lyle, right. Refreshments were served by the photo by Ann Rounsavall) Since Texas homeowners can't always rely on rain to keep their yards and gardens growing, they need to get the mast from irrigation water. Everett E. Janne, landscape hor- ticulturist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M Univer- sity System, says much of the water used on yards and gardens is often wasted because of improper methods of application and poor cultural practices. "Slow, deep watering will allow plant roots to penetrate deeper so that plants become more stress-resistant," Janne says. "Soaker hoses and drip irrigation state," Janne says. "They can be damaged by root rot. Also, since they often fail to go dormant but stay soft and succulent into the winter, such plants can be damaged by low tem- peratures." Shrubs and trees near foundations, under eaves or on southern and western exposures need watering more frequen- tly than others, says Janne. These plan- ts often receive less benefit from rain- fall and have to deal with heat reflected from walls. Areas under overhangs should usually be leached every few months to systems are excellent for trees and remove concentrations of salt left from shurbs while overhead sprinklers are water evaporation. more effective for lawns. Plants on mounds or steep slopes sub It's important that water be applied fer from drought stress more easily no faster than the soil can absorb it, than those in level areas. Once sloped emphasizes the horticulturist. If it is areas become dry, it's difficult to get applied too rapidly, much of the water good moisture penetration by surface will be lest to runoff and evaporation, irrigation unless water is allowed to Excessive amounts of water can cause seep for a long period of time. points out. "Water both the base of the plant and the surrounding soil. An organic mulch of pine bark, chopped straw, hay or similar material will greatly reduce irrigation needs of both newly established and older plants." Water potted plants according to the type and condition of the pot and the plant and the location and conditions of the area, suggests the horticulturist. Clay pots dry out faster and root-bound plants require frequent watering, especially during hot, dry weather. It's also possible to overwater, leading to root diseases. "Allow lawns to show some stress before watering to avoid much water to runoff," "However, water lawnS thoroughly." Lawns and gardens can any time of day, at night or during the However, night wa more disease problems. "By treating water as resource and irri yards and gardens will skyrocketing water "Plus you'll be helping, declining water supplies.' soil to become water-logged in the root "Newly transplanted trees and Arthritis has a number of first rheumatic fever is area, causing rottings, especially if in- shrubs require special care," Janne cousins, tibiotics to control the terr, al drainage is poor. "Be careful not to over-water plants YMCA plans summer Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoar- can shorten the course thritis are the two most common forms Surgery can correct the I native to more arid regions of the coed softball u of joint disease. An important relative s Bursitis is an inflamma ................................................ ] .ea ue is gout. Gout is an abnormality of body a, a sac or cushion fil [ J&J Package Store , _ TheHendersonCountyYMCAhasan-chemistry. Uric acid accumulates in peryfluidwhichliesbe I i nounced plans for a summer coed sof- the blood and is deposited as sharp and a bone, or between / we sol! tho Ikm "01 ' (,~ ~'~ ~ tball league to begin Monday evening, crystals in the joints. This painful con- bursa acts as a be~ J ond Drink lh0 R.t . ~ ~ ~ ~ [ June 27 and continue through July. dition can be effectively controlled by smooth, comfortable J U9-097~ ,,.~_~ ~ ,.~ q~ The league will be made up of teams drugs. Recurrences often can beflammation may resull ~ "' ~.,~..~ with at least 10 players, 5 men and 5 prevented by special diet. or prolonged use of tl L KM. 10, ~n01 ladies. The only rule changes in coed sof- The American Medical Association elbow is such an injury. Gun Barrel City To Includes: Dresser Mirror Chest Headboard & Nite Stand Pine or Maple Daily 9 to 9 Sun. 12 to 6 887-1555 Lay-Away Welcome tball have to do with the batting order points out that rheumatic fever is a where men and women stagger their disease affecting the whole body, bats. causing painful swelling of the joints. Fees for this new league will be $7.50 Inflammation and scarring of the heart for Y-members and $15.00 for non-Y valve is common and is called members. Each team must have at least rheumatic heart disease. Rheumatic 10players on its roster, fever usually follows a sore throat or Registration deadline is Friday, June strep infection, but is not itself a strep 17. For details call the Y at 675-9154. disease. Damage to the heart from Come out to the L krldi for good food and casual atmosphere Serving Home-Style Meals ]1:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (or later) Catfish Dinner orFish Dinner $ 7.50 (.,,--.-, .,,. tdmmlnp, tim Or coffee) $5.95 Our Menu Includes: • Seafood *Steaks •Chicken Fried Steaks *Chicken •Burgers •Cajun Seafood Gumbo prepared in our own kitchen between Caney City '~W and Payne Springs Orders to go Phone 541-3324 ful but no usually se tial. Infectious arthlitis is mation from as gonorrhea, ci or staphylococci. medications help bring thritis under control. Wind tunnel helps IH im 0 trucks' gas Truck designers al Harvester are finding fuel efficiency blowing Texas A&M University. The university's wind used for the past two firm improve gas rail wheelers. In late 1982, Interna announced a successf run of its largest Cla: which averages 8.26 about 2.5 mpg better trucks. 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