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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. ~-1, 1900--11 his talent at the organ at the Trinity River Jam- auty Pageant Friday night. Mondo Renteria was crowned the new y Ann Rounsavall) o that the quality of is the highest in the it anywhere in the and find it safe and advantage of consuming a lot of dairy year alone, Americans pounds of cheese, 4.5 and over 29 gallons of products are vital to our nation. Three eight- of milk a day provides 57 ~ur protein needs. Milk is the main source of the mineral calcium, which is vital for growing and maintaining bones and teeth. It also provides about one-half the riboflavin available in our present food supply. The National Academy of Sciences in their Recommended Dietary Allowan- ces (RDA) suggest three or more eight- ounce glasses of milk for children, four or more for teenagers, and two or more for adults each day. Dairy products such as milk, cheese and ice cream, are not only tasty and nutritious, but they can be used in cooking to help wise American shop- pets stretch their food dollars. winter pasture will be according to Wayne economist-management Agricultural Extension increases are in interest rates. ~t fertilizer prices are 15 this year. Small grain-ryegrass over $121 per rate of 200 pounds pounds of phosphorus ~f potassium. Using a of 200-60-60 per acre, dl gram-ryegrass will g 14 percent in- lting capital for six the $21 difference in test prior to land planting is probably a w~se investment. l?roducers can stretch their hay sup- plies by providing about one-third acre of winter pasture per cow. By limiting grazing to two to three hours per day, the pasture can substitute for about 20 to 25 percent of the hay requirements. The small grain-ryegrass pasture will be a definite boost in meeting the nutritional requirements of the cow, pa rticularly after calves are born and the breeding season begins. This type winter pasture program will cost from $33 to $40 per head for the winter season. Many decisions concerning winter pas;ture and supplemental feeding must be made in the next few weeks. Each producer must look at his individual situation and base his decision on capital available, hay supplies and the price outlook. No charge DURING for straightening AUGUST ONLY eEeOee: AFTER I Make this YOUR Silver Investment for the Future! Every Item Replated at Sale Prices Since the value of old sitverplated items For Instance COntinues to soar.., this is an exceller~t Sale Article Reg. Price time to take advantage of these low. low Prices to have your worn silverware, Teapot $83.50 $62.63 antiques and family heirlooms repiatP, d Creamer 4395 32.97 like new These pieces are now me)re Candlestick Valuable than ever and make wonderful (per ,rich) 4.703.53 gifts All work HEAVILY SILVE]~- $ugarBowl 47.95 35.97' PLATED by our skilled silversm,ths ;lnd Trays per Sale prices apply to ALL p,eces, sq m) ,37 .28 Rill 25 Year Wa ant on all sliver platlng. ASK ABOUT FL}LL DETAILS L 'REPAIR POLII'Y: FREE DENT REMOVAL ind straightening on all ,terns we silverpleta 'ONLY $1850 FOR ANY KING ANG ALL ADDIT,IONAL REPAIRS no matter how extensive on any p*ece we s,lverplate Includes solde,rm| broken handles, leas knobs etc (Only except,one are Ior hlrnlshmR new pelts ) SALE ENDS AUGUST 31 BRING IN SIL 'ER TODAY! IEWELRV STORE ~. ~ish' .~q. %lh,' ,i. I'h. 675-1181 FDIC has toll-free hotline for consumer The Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- poration has a toll-free telephone hotline to answer consumers' questions about banking practices, according to Nancy Granovsky, a family resource management specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. Call 1-800424-5488 Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Cen- tral Standard Time. Burial space for 4O,000 veterans per year, and financial assistance to the families of those who choose to be in- terred outside of Veterans Ad- ministration cemeteries, is provided by VA. Here's a man's boot every step of the way! Rugged, handsome, ready for a rough day's ,,~'ork anytime. Easy on the feet, too. Stop in ....... try on Pecos. Dept. Store rlJliilil I I am I I I I I I I - Tear out and save IIIIIIIII "1 I I I I I I I I I I I LL NATURAL I I I The natural gas industry has arJ excellent safety record. 1 The fact that you can smell natural gas is because we add a harmless chemical to it as an extra safety feature. Otherwise, it would be completely odorless. If you detect faint whiffs of what you think may be gas, in- vestigate. It may be something that is as easily and safely cor- rected as a pilot light that has gone out, or a burner valve that's partially open. II If your equipment seems to be working properly and the odor intensifies and seems to be everywhere, please follow these precautions: I I I Lone Star Gas Company I I Do not switch anything electrical on or off. Do not I use the telephone in your own | home. Do not strike a match. Do | not do anything that might cause a spark. Have everyone leave the house immediately, leav- II ing doors open to help ventilate. Go to a nearby telephone and call Lone Star Gas Company. Wait until we have II found the source of the odor to determine whether it's safe for you to return to the house. | You may never have a natural gas leak, but we want you to be informed in case onel does occur. Please make sure your family is aware of these precautionary steps. And we suggest that you keep this mes- sage for future reference. ! I I" I ||nienninnll| nnnn||e|~ i~lk, I' ,~r: grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, evidence of things not seen. II I This Feature Is Published With The Thought That More People Wilt Attend Church. it is Sponsored By Firms 100% tnterested tn Our ('ore munity. IF YOUR CIIL:R('II IS NOT IN('I,t'I)ED P1.1":,%,~(,: ('AI.I, INg-OS:II. 207 HARRIS REALTY & INSURANCE South Terry489-1858 Jim & Sue Harris K&K KOATING, INC. Hi,way 31 East 489.1920 Mr and Mrs Jeff Hopk,ns AUBREY HODGE CONSTRUCTION CO. "Specialty, Concrete" 402 N~h I~ne 4n-t5t4 Mr and Mrs Aubrey Hodge MALAKOFF Prescription Shoppe lOB N, Twry U$1509 Marlin and Karen Perk,ns MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry DAIRY QUEEN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 West 489.1895 Faye Parkms CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Bird, 489.~91 i TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family BIGGS SHEET METAL SHOP Hiway 31 [. 489-0741 Mr and Mrs Virgil Biggs & Son THE CARPET & APPLIANCE DEPOT 212 Ter~ Mr and Mrs Neal Hampy Mr and Mrs Joe Haney ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W R0yall Bivd 489-0529 CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME West Royall Blvd. 489-1702 Management & Staff FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Niwny 3t E. 485.0531 Open Sunday thru [hursday 8 to 7 Fr,day and Saturday 8 to 8 611 DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleas,n~ You Pleases Us" Hi,way 31 East 48g-1533 Mr and Mrs Bud Dulaney E. ,IP PERRY BROS. Hiway 31 489-0482 FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0506 Mr and Mrs Fred Sonntag CHRIS' AUTOMOTIVE Chr le yu 4890719 116 W. I~lrd Mldlkeff