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"The Ma!akoff News, ~ursday~_JU!y 2,1.98!.1!A Want Ads Work for everyone WEEKI,N' ricultural Update f Nearly 600 people from throughout East Texas and surrounding areas took part in the horticultural field day at the Texas A&M University Agricultural Research and Extension Certer at Overton June 23. Researchers, Extension specialists and county agents were busy throughout the afternoon answering questions and explaining all phases of the field day activities. Interest in- commercial horticultural production, as well as home gardening, is in- creasing throughout the area. East Texas may once again become a leader in horticultural production if cultural and marketing problems can be solved. Hay producers throughout the area have been taking advantage of the hot days. Even though a few showers have - occured in some areas, producers are / trying to get the hay cut, cured and in t ~f the bale. For another cutting of hay, ~ producers should topdress the meadows with nitrogen to increase the :~. growth and nutritive content of the forage. James (:handler, Extension area forester, says that Christmas tree / g Q i Used by permission; all rights reserved by DATE, St. Louis, Me. )~ Question: According to research :i sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nearly two-thirds (65 per- ~LYNDA RACHELI.E FEARS AND JEFFERY LEE HUSTEAD y ars to marry e Fears and Jeffery eir engagment daughter of Mr. Fears of Henderson. Henderson High is the son of Hustead of Hen- grandson of Mrs. Ruby Weaks and the cent) of all high school seniors in the U. S. report illicitly using some drug during their lifetime, and nearly two out of every five (39 percent) had used an illicit drug other than marijuana. Which illicit drug, other than marijuana, is the most widely used by this group? a) Amphetamines b) Cocaine c) Methaqualone d) PCP Answer: Prescription stimulants, such as amphetamines, are the most widely used of the illicit drugs other than marijuana, with one In four seniors (26 ,ercent) having tried them. late Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hustead of Malakoff. He graduated from Hender- son High School in 1977 and graduated this year from LeTourneu College with a bachelor of science degree in elec- trical engineering. He is now employed by Texas Power & Light Company in Irving. The couple will wed July 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the West Main Baptist Church with the Rev. Artie Jones officiating. producers should do a good job of con- trolling gophers and tip moths during this season. Another major chore that needs to be done in July is shearing and shaping the trees, particularly those two years old and older. Shaping is essential if quality trees are to be produced. 220 E. Royall (Hwy. 31) Malakoff New & Used Furniture & Appliances 226 N. Terff Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 pen the with Sales.Sales-Sales 489-0510 Next door to Donnell's Fashions Cash or Terms Finance QIIESTI()NS ANI) ANSWERS SOCIAL SECURITY By Jimmy VanBew.rs Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration gets social security s. He is feeling a little Wants to work some. he earn and still get ' receive social security they are disabled are regarding g retirement benefits. the social security L Job or become self- disabled, no mat- earnings. Have your SOelal security of- SSI checks. I account in my like to add my so she can get the happens to me. any 1 SSI. Q. We are going on an extended vacation to visit our kids in California. Our Social Security checks will come while we are gone. Can we make arrangements to have the checks deposited in our hank account while we are gone? A. Yes. Contact your financial in- stitution and arrange for direct deposit of your monthly checks, it is simple, convenient and you can be sure your checks will be deposited into your ac- count at the correct time. We suggest you consider this arrangement as a permanent way of receiving your social security checks. YOur mother as a co- it will have an af-, is viewed as an COunt, no matter who or how you view Unless you receive amount of the account resource. The total is the owners of the ae- receiving SSI. Your resources of up to her eligibility for Homemakers Clubs help fight inflation Some 4,000 Extension Homemakers Club members in Texas helped 21,000 others cope with inflation last year, notes the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. Club members through leader teaching, or leader training, used the "learn-by-doing" method to share in- formation and help people with concer- ns related to money management, roods, clothing, health, housing and home furnishings, and family life. 0 BTU OIt ......................... :"" ........................ s.595 Power Streak Whf, Power Streak BIk. ET/. 14 4.P/y PM/oBtsr Plus $! .75 F.E.T. liT& | 4 4-Ply Polyester Plus $2.28 F.E.T. Custom Wide Traok IfTli'l Polygle. Plus $2.89 F.E. T. MORE RED TAG SAVINGS Qty TIRE 8 17SR14 8 67 14 8 P1B76R13 8 670-14 4 678-15 8 F78-14 Size SALE Plus FET, no trade PRICE needed Steel Radial 34.75 1.74 Poly Wht. 34.75 1.68 Tiompo Red. 44.75 1.61 Polyglas 57.00 2.58 Biota-Tub. Type 21.00 2.36 Poly Wht. 24.60 2.14 eot. eet vb /eee Front End Sad,at S dia/ Alignment P 1161 S~A 4 ~ 7l. Ill Sloe/# Plus --. e#. s~el I~sd.WM' "~Z/SF.E.T. plus $'2.26 F .E.T. Most U.S. Cars Complete Brake Front & Reor REGISTER FOR FREE TIRES & SERVICE TO BE GIVEN AWAY JULY-3rd FOB Phillips 8 to 5:30 Hwy. 31 E. Malakoff