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Types Automohve Service Automotive Parts Stole ()pen Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. B" 2F" ~ ' t' Goodrich:& Atlas Tires 110 E, Mitcham, Malakoff' , ! ff:',:;. 489,1292 WEEKLY , I I I I I I Several insec[ :Pe, tu cap be be applied to give thorough coverage economically important this time of from the scaffold limbs to the soil. year, says Dr. James Robilmon, en-Fall armyworms may show up on tomoio ist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Peach producers should be, treating their trees for the borer during early Septem- ber. 'lYeat with a chlorpyrtphos insec- w tbicl ,.iS as Lorsban or Durshan or :l/ndane. The spray solution should ~t to serve with eheeue,;s~e~:tbl/t:~:~s easy to eat. Clusters of grapes should be small enough to handle easily, pears and up- pies should be sliced and sprinkled with lemon Juice to prevent discoloration, and melons should be cut in cubes and speared with a wooden pick. Have the cheese at ro~m temperature for best flavor, even though fruit is cold. home lawns, coastal bermuda pastures or small grains. Producers should wat- ch closely for signs after rainfall. Car- haryl (Sevin) or trichlorfon (Dylox) have been used successfully for ar- myworm control. Robinson says that pecan producers should be on the lookout for pecan weevil infestations during September. The infestations usually follow rains exceeding one inch or more. Carharyl (Sevin) and dialifor (Torak) are labeled for pecan weevil control. Robinson cautions producers to follow label directions very closely on all pesticides. Proper timing of insec- ticide applications is very important to good control of the insects. ]AMES I. STRINGER SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE The Bible teaches that the Lord's people should pthar around the Lorcrs table on the first day of the weak (Sunday) in mammy of the Blessed Lord. We ire commanded in Hebrews 10:.25 not to forsake the mombliq of ourselves tOllethar, as some were doing. In Acts 20:.7, the scriptures tell us that upon the "first day of the week, when the disciples came topthor to BREAK BREAD, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; end continued his speech until midniKht." What was the purpose for their coming topther! To break bread. The Lord inztitutad this memorial for us to keap, and we ob- it every first day of the weak. We welcome yod to worship with us at the MA KOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Suml~ Bible Study-9:30 o.m. 41| N. Martin Wednmda~ Wmhip-6:30 p.m.Sunday Wonllip 10.30 a~m. and 6:00 p.m. MaJakoff 'MRS. JAMES STANLEY CARTER ....... ,,~g, !. i,:ii ~: i Vicki Jean Bell and James Stanley Michelle Fugate of Cedar Carter were united in marriage at 3 The groom s brother, pa p.m. on Saturday, July 16 in the First Rockdale, served - -le d Baptist Church of Trinidad. The Rev. Groomsmen were . Dan Boler officiated the double ring Trinidad and Tim Pit,s of G! - ceremony. Fran Pitts, sister of the groow, The new bride is the daughter of Mr. "Endless Love." and Mrs. Johnny Bell of Cedar Creek A reception was held Lake. The groom is the son of Mr. and following the Mrs. Jim Carter of Trinidad. wedding cake The bride was escorted to the altar by to guests. Pink and her father. Her wedding gown was peau adorned the cake. de sole accented with lace and em- broidered with seed pepris. The full The bride and skirt flowed into a train, graduates of The church was decorated in shades bride is a student of pink, with flowers and candelabras. College. Matron of honor was Tummy Carter Following a boneYW_ of Rocl l le. Brid l attendants also ,couple will make . included Lori Tidmore of Corsicans and Rockdale. .... O The Texas Department of died from acute AgricuRure intends to cancel the Texas Tech laboratorY registration of a herbicide suspected of performing further causing the death of a farmworker near whether Dlnltro-3 did Bryan. The herbicide, known as death. Dinitro-3, and other similar herbicides "Our investigation are suspected of causing a number of deficient labeling serious illnesses in several states, in- very dangerous to cluding California, Michigan and especially to farms Wisconsin as well as Texas. agricultural workerS 'IDA began investigating Dinitro-S af-. Texas Agriculture tar Sacarais Ruiz died August 5 in a Hightower. "We're Bryan hospital after applying the her- action because this bicide to a cotton field earlier in the The label is not clear a day. An autopsy determined that Russ . results of I II I I II I If You Will INCREASE YOUR AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE And Are In A SEVERE ACCIDENT, Yon Will Find OUR COVERAGE And SERVICE Relieves The "Pressure"! clothing, nor m it treatment for contact with the chem do something before or killed." Hightower said 3isi and herbicide Texas Department also preparinl AP~A ~ms on ng to bicide is the speed died only five first symptoms of Because the very lethal, the minlstrative registration convey to the Din/tro-3 must be used w: Hightower said. The first subway was in 1897. 'S Grocery and Market Beef............................,....;$1.28 Ib Hind Qtr,..,...,.,,.,....,.,.....,.....,$1.58_ Ib, Beef Loins.............................$1.68 II). Fore Qtrs........................ .... _$1.18 lb.