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L, L if: i !? :> ZA--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 22, In1 WEEKLY I I I I Farmers reporting their income on a economist-management for the Texas will give a definite advantage in some grow in many areas of East Texas. Dr. cash basis may want to postpone some Agricultural Extension Service. The areas. Taylor warns that if too much Sim Reeves, Jr., Extension income into 1982, says Wayne Taylor, new tax rates beginning January 1, 1982 income is postponed until next year, the agronomist, says that existing sods producer could increase his tax burden need to be grazed or cut back to about Shop warehouses for saving money ~n 1982. Producers should consult with two inches high so that the clover can their own tax practitioner to under- get a good start and have less corn- Trying to save money ? Shop your dollar, advises Linda McCormack, stand their individual situation, petition. Reeves advises not fertilizing warehouse andoutletstores, along with a family resource management Volunteer clovers are beginning to that clover with nitrogen this fall. discount department stores, to stretch specialist. Obese children may However, producers may wish to apply phosphorus and potassium. These two Letter to editor To be considered for publication in the l~tters Io the Editor column an article must be original, no! over 300 words and signed by the writer The Malakoff News reserves the right to edit all letters If deemed derrogalorv. M~.t ,.....m clear or for some other reason unprintable and it is not po,~,sible or practical to edit ~,o ~ ~ !!1 meet sta:~lard for publication, we will not be able to use it The name of the writer will be published along with the lelter We feel Iha a ~ettt.i ha~, little meaning if published anonymously. If there is something you feel should be brought to the alien= lion of readers but you don't want to have your name tied to it, let us have the information and we will look ,nto it from a news angle We feel that the Letters to the l,~ditor column is the very freest medium available in this 'om- reunify for expression of personal views on matters of concern We urge use of the column in a constructive manner, inviting those with views on any subject of interesl to share them with our readers become obese adults Parents, pay attention to children's weight, advises Dr. Cass Ryan-Crowe, a food and nutrition specialist. Eight of every ten obese children become obese adults, she says. Weight control for children is an im- portant factor in the prevention of obesity later in life, the specialist adds. Ryan-Crowe is on the home economics staff of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The ..... Texas A&M University System. elements will remain in the soil and be available for next year's grass crop. Dr. George Philley, Extension plant pathologist, reports that many mimosa trees have died in East Texas this year. Mimosa wilt appears to be the cause of death. The disease is getting more prevalent in the area and is making it difficult to maintain mimosa trees in the landscape. Producers who have not planted smallgrain winter pastures may want to treat the seed with a fungicide for seedling diseases and smut. by Barry McWilliarns I ii I 11"! \ o Mail your Box 509 O I I The days that a dollar bought a dollar's worth We're bringing those days back for a limited time only per year in Henderson and adjoining counties. $3 for senior citizens. Offer good until Nov. 1, 1981 check to The Malakoff News Malakoff, Texas 75148 M By Ann FCounsovall Our ll-year-old Chad broke his thumb tor pulled the x-rays out of a while hack. It was just one of those duplicate set came out. weird accidents. He was playing foot- "Those are from hall with an older frieend and when he broke his nose," I told him. went for the low tackle his thumb got Then we looked over stepped on. when he broke his collar bone. We didn't realize it was broken for "Ah ha, Chad," Dr. about 45 minutes. The swelling and "I see you have discoloration became so bad we teeth since the last time. " decided a trip to the emergency room Dr. Cox was on hand with would be a necessity, thumb. He was also the one "What doctor are we going to see?" up the back of Chad's foot the he asked, it open. "Just whichever one is on call," his Chad is on a first name father told him. several doctors. When we arrived at Henderson Coun- "Do you play sports?" Dr. ty Memorial Hospital the nurse took a "Yes sir," Chad said. look at the thumb, called the doctor and "What position do you sent us directly to x-ray, doctor wanted to know. "Has he been x-rayed before?" the Chad sat on the edge technician asked us. cy room table with a Not there that we could remember, face. "The name sounds familiar," he said. Sure enough, a check on x-ray files tur- "I was "he said. ned up a card on Chad. It was only the week before that we The only look had been to Corsicana to see the worse than the one on peditrician. Chad had to have x-rays the one on his father's that day as well. All of this when we are against the emergency hearing doctor's advise to have as few Two weeks is after x-rays as necessary. When Chad's doc- QIIESTi()NS AND ANSWERS N ]'N JAL ,~EI,UR By Jimmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager Socia'l Security Administration SOCIAL SECURITY Q. I need to obtain a social security might also qualify number for a nonprofit ngranization, security income Who do I need to'contact? contact their nearest In this instance you will need to con- Office as soon as tact your nearest Internal Revenue claim. Service Office. In most states I.R.S. has Q. A friend, who is 66, a toll free telephone number which you plied for social can use. They will send you the was told that there necessary forms to complete. Q. My maid's mother, age 60, has just I applied several years learned that she has cancer. Where can received twelve mon they go for help? benefits. I believe my f A. Social Security administers two wrong irfformation. programs for disabled persons. If she A. Your friend was gl has worked long enough under formation. The Social ccovered employment and Is found to have changed since be disabled, she could possibly qualify receiving social security. for regular social security benefits. She tlvity for retirement '" " changed to six months. FOr ,i All persons are hereby notified that the General Revenue Sharing Actual Use Report and Survey of Local Gover- nment Finances for the City of Malakoff are available for public in- spection. plete information col So eial Security Office. Q. Do I need to person I am payee haven't moved? A. Yes, you must report | that may affect big factors of elll arrangement. It is tent to report any change i~ The report and the supporting documentation from which the report was prepared are on file at the Malakoff City Hall, 109 South Melton Drive, Malakoff, Texas from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. John A. Loft City Manager More than 40,000 Payroll Savings Plan ployeee. Through the States Savings Bonds in installments allottee dividual's paycheck. people now sav, T~ Member lm Published Continuously T~XA~ I Since 1913 The Malakoff Publisher .................................................. Business Manager. ... Editor ................................................. Assistant to the Editor .................................... Advertising Representative ............................... Ann, Production ........................................... 8tacy [326700) is address being ($3 for senior citizens); $6.50 per year in Texas; per States. Second-class postage pald at Malakoff, Tz. 75146. The Malakoff News, P.O. Boa 509, Malakoff, 'Ix. 7514& Be sure you don't miss a single form below with present address (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name copy of your newspaper. and your new one, and Address City .State New Address: Name Address City Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 Yo , I want to subscribe! () Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News' closedismycheckfor$ Name Address City ( ) Please send a $ Send to: Name Address gift subscriptior, my name. Enclosed is City. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $5.00 per year in Henderson County $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: Tim News P.O. Box 509 Texas 75148