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c_ Girls Knit Tops Polyester/cotton Long sleeve Assorted colors & Girls styles Skirt Sets Sizes 4-6X, 7-1 4 "Polye~ter/cnllon oReg. 6.96-7.46 -Assorled cot()r.~ Sizes 4-6X and Z-1 4 j ]~-1 I The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dee. 22, 1983--7A Business brief Bell's Stereo opens business in Malakoff Jimmy D. Bell has opened Bell's Stereo and TV Shop in Malakoff. "y" ticipates in baseball and volleyball. ' " He was an employee of Curtis Mathes )i~\~ and a Journey Technicial for eight ,, / years before opening his business. ", More to Santa The business specializes in television sales and repair. After operating a business in Athens for the past two years, Bell relocated to North Terry in Malakoff next to Mc- coors Department Store. It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Bell and his wife, Debbie, live in Willow Springs. He is a member of the noon Kiwanis Club in Athens and par- Dear Santa, I want a three-wheeler and a horse and a air glider anda stomper. Thank you, Love, Donnie Pagitt Dear Santa, . My name is Kenneth Wayne Sprayberry. I am only 11 months old, so my mommy is writing this for me. She says I've been 'a very good boy this year. I don't tell her but it's only because I can't reach very much. Wait till next year. Since this is my first Christmas I think I should get a lot of fun toys, such as a little red wagon, a riding toy, a whole bunch of blocks, books and a toothbrush my four new teeth. I would like some cowboy boots but Nana says wait until next year when I can walk better. I will leave you some cookies and milk. Love, Kenneth One Pair features )ulse dialing ". o 5 O Black s Decker'. ]I.=|gTL Od Black & Decker %" Drill Single speed 2500 RPM Capacity 1/4" steel: %" hardwood *No 7004 oReg. 1397 Die Dream Date Reg. 9.38 i Baby Doll WAL-MART'S ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICY--, ,s oul tntenhorl t() have every advertised item In BlOCk However It due to ~ny urJort~st+erl r~a~;orl ~ll~ advertised ;tern is not aveila~e for purchase. WalMarl will ~ssue a Ra*n Chuck on request, for the merchandise to be purchased ~t the sale price wh~muw~r available, ~r will sell you a alm#ar item at a Comparable leduCl*on *n prlc(! We reserve th& right to ItmlI qua,ntities L*m~tallor~ void ,n New Mex,~:o Reg. 6483 Ii Power Lords Action Figures Ladies Wide Sweep Loungers 100% Polye,~l,;i l,:~,t .~ >~ .. : ~ l~t:: ,!q As,sorted styh,s ,~n,I { ; ~,t: ,!,,,,, ,,'~,!; r ;s .... "i. y t ~ \, ., : , ~ .... irf "3--'': '~ "i rt' I~?~ Z I~':.. h.. .... , .~"~:--/ " Gift Box Bikini Panties . *100% Nyloll *I:,,~;u~I~i~i i,l~, ' gilt (.]ivirifl .[:hrlk I',,~ ~, I,;, black -g Slyh.:,:, .I'll, ,:::,i Cabbage Patch Kid Cosmetics eChoose from ei gh~ assorted sets *No. CP8800 Developing and printing color print film (Process C-41 film only) 24 or 12, Exposures Save The WaI-Mart way Have A Happy Holiday! Drug Quiz By CURT SCARBOROUGH, Ph.D. IJ~d by pemluim; |11 rll~lz reasm~l by Dots, St I.~b, Me. Question - The term"drug abuse" usually conjures up an image of illicit substances such as heroin, cocaine, and marijuana being used by men. ttowever, a greater problem exists among women who ate dependent on legal prescription drugs. How many are there in this country? a) 500,000 b) 1 million c) 1 million d) 2 million Answer. The House Select Commit- tee on Narcotic Abuse and Control recently heard a report stating that some two million women are dependent on legal prescription drugs. Further- more, It Is estimated that some five million women are abusing alcohol, of- ten in combination with other drugs. Correct answer - d. Question What percentage of prescriptions written by doctors are for women patients ? a) one-third b) one-half c) two-thirds d) three!fourths Answer . Women account for two- thirds of the more than 200 million prescriptions written annually for tranqulizers, sedatives, painkillers, and stimulants. Six of ten persons reporting a drug crisis are. women. The greater use of legal drugs by women grown partly from the fact that two- thirds of those seeking medical help are women and partly from the "double standard" existing for men and women, Rep. Cardiss Collins --D-Ill.) said "It is not uncommon for a doctor to advise a male patient to work out his problems in a gym or on the golf course, while a female witl~ the same symptoms is likley to be given a prescription for Vallum." Correct answer - c. DO 1o~ hive I quastion w I CO~ment ll~llt dmlpl Write: TANE ffsxas Alcohol Narcotic Education, Inc.,) 6778 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75231 Keep holiday parties sociable but sober Many holiday party hos~s think ser- ving alcoholic drinks demonstrates their hospitality. Yet for their guests on diets or medication or those who want to be sociable without drinking, alcohol can cause problems. For guests with a drinking problem and especially those who drive, alcohol can bring disaster, says Dr. Mary Ann Huessner, a health education specialist with the Texas A&M University Agricultural Exten- sion Service. According to figures recently released by the Texas Commission on Alcoholism, 11 percent of Texans have drinking~ problems, And it's obvious that most party guests will drive home, whether they are sober or not. If alcoholic beverages are served, a host can show true hospitality be serving .alcohol with food, not pushing drinks, monitoring the consumption of alcohol, and not letting a guest who has over- ~ndulged drive home, says the specialist. Post Oak Cemetery Donations Mrs. Minnie L. Tart .............. ~.00 Mr. and Mrs. R#A. Sims ........... 5,00 Mrs. Ruth (Eoff) Dunlap .......... 5.00 Mr. Conrad Wayne Malcolm ...... 25.00 Mr. L. O. Robertson .............. 50.00 Mrs. Robert Wright, memorial to Tom Harris .......................... $25.00 Mrs. Jean Colman Wilson, memorial to Tom Harris ..................... $10.00 Hazel McLain & Helen Kllman, memorial to Tom Harris .......... 10.00 Mr. Billy Bandy, memorial to Tom Harris ........................... I0.00 Mr. and Mrs. Grover R. Sims, memorial to Tom Harris .......... I0.00 "Rulln is eas ov g y,g erntng difficult." Goethe