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10A--T e Malak News, Thuruby, Feb. IMI 0 "Wood wrms you twice: ouee whe you cut it, end gain when you burn it." Houry David Tbornau Wood burnlng stoves in all shapes and are hack an over tlm United States. Or perhaps they never left. In any case it's fashionable to have a reminder of yesteryear in today's modern home, whether an antique or a replica stove. Franklin is hack without Ben and squat and tall stoves made from cast iron or steel are "in" apin. A homeowner intent on haaUng with wood must commit his own energy to save commercial ,mly costs. The work involved in feeding that fiery maw can be exhilarating and exhausting. Firewood must be chopped, sawed, spilt, hauled, stacked and protected from the elements. It's fun way to spend the weekend, but it gets tiring on a daffy basis. Plus, it can be discouraging and dangerous work for anyone unfamiliar with tlm tasks or not physically ready for the trouble getting wood reedy for tim fire takes. Of course, cut wood is available at prices pegged to inflation. 8o it's either your budget that hurts, or your hack. Feature stories are run continually in newspapers and mapzimm about her- mlts In caves, families in cabins, or the six New England governors and the premiers of Canada's five eastern provinces. Barns and stopped electric clocks were bathed in the soft glow of kerosene lamps. Students studied by candlelight, which also lit dining tables laden with staining corn chowder made on wood burning stoves. Because the total energy use of most small towns can be easily measured, full participation of the residents was necessary. Ministers preached conser- vaUon and one enterprising village had a town crier stalking through the streets "exhorting the townspeople to turn off unnecessary lights and ap- pliances," Time said. "St. Stephen (pop. 6,000), a prosperous Canadian fishing and lumbering town near the U. S. border, sliced 17.5 percent off its electricity consumption, edging out Monterey's (Mass.) 15.6 percent drop, to take the overall energy reduction award. ' ' Wood burning stoves are decorative, practical, unusual and mark the economical homemaker in this fuel- short era. They're being used in homes, cabins and cottages from coast to coast. Industry, too, is showing interest in wood. A recent study by Dartmouth's Thayer School of Energy noted that suburbanites in family rooms using "wood-fueled burners can prove more wood burning stoves. Long, exposed economical than oil-fed boilers even at stovepipes rdlate heat for their entire small industrial plants. Over I00 firms length and add an historical note to in that six-state region rely on wood for today's modern times, at least part of their energy supply, and Time magazine (Nov. I0, 1900) noted Burlington, Vermont now uses 100 tons a thrne.day conservation competition of of wood qhips a day to generate I0 per- I0 small towns in the Northautern U.S. cent of its electricity." and eastern Canada. The town's efforts Some businessmen in industries that plywood, pulp and other wood products. However, other manufacturers contend that increased production of these produeta may increase the supply of wood for fuel. Wood-based production generates large amounts of wood and bark residue, and these leftovers can serve as readily-accessible energy reser- voln, especially for industry. In the country, you can burn wood, corn cobs, and discarded railroad ties. City dwellers can moonlight at con- struction sites, help tree removal com- r aognies dispose of debris or make paper s. These are newspapers rolled tightly after being soaked in water. Of course, they will only burn when dry. Many enterprising companies now sell Millions of joggers should learn to walk before they run, advises a car- dlovucular researcher and jogging en- thusiast. "You should be able to briskly walk for two hours (about six to eight miles) before you begin jogging. Running is really a progreuion of walking," said Dr. Elvln Smith, associate dean of paper-rolling gadgets. Researchers predict the trend toward wood burning stoves will increase in the next 20 years because wood is a renewable and abundant resource. That's unlike the fossil fuels: natural gas, oil, and coal. Like any fuel. of course, wood gives off pollutants when burned. One of these is "fly ash" and when wood is burned in large quantities, fly ash is visible to the naked eye. Industry cn cope with the problem by installing "scrubbers," but such equipment is very expensive. Wood, however, emits less sulfur dioxide nd carbon dioxide than coal, according to Dr. Kirk H. Willard, a scientist with the Environ- mental Protection Agency. e medicine at Texas A&M University. Smith says there is still controversy among scientists and physicians as to whether running or walking is better exercise, and no clear-cut answer seems ready to break away from the pack. So many variables are involved - prior heart damage, individual heart In the past three years, stove sales have tripled and the $8 to $I0 million stove industry is now showcasing new models to build its market. You can spend a little or a lot for a stove. They range from $60 to $900, made in the U. S. or imported. The energy crisis with rising fuel costs has sparked renewed interest in stoves. They're being used in vacation cabins nd as space heaters in bedrooms, garages, recreation rooms and basements. Today's stoves keep rooms warm, burn fuel slowly and re still putting out heat in the morning, unlike their predecessors. Stoves are effective, and the airtight models can burn for eight to 12 hours on a single load of wood. They Crom Roads school menu to cut thoir energy mmge was spmmornd depend on abundant timberland fear by the Northeast International Corn- that widespread use of wood as fuel mittee on Energy, founded in 1 78 by could threaten their lumber supply for II ,,~ I II IIII I=~ I I .. I'lllll .. .. I ,.. ~ ' 489-0520 /, ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See... Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. Ilill -,, FEBRUARY 23-27 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tue~lay: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Friday: sweet rolls, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Fish, fench fries, baked beans, cornbread, cake, milk. Tuesday: Barbecue turkey, buttered rice, sweet potatoes, cookies, milk. Wednesday: Lasagna, blackeyed peas, carrots and celery sticks, pudding, milk. Thrsdey: Western burger, whipped potatoes, green beans, fruit, milk. Friday: Hot dogs, french fries, pinto beans, jello, milk. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES KENNETH L[WlS OWNER FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 OR WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396.2282 , rates, the body's metabolic rate plus the speed and distance traveled - that each person has to answer the question for himself or herself, be explained. Researchers do agree there are two ways of risking your health. Those are either doing nothing at all or starting out on a vigorous plan of exercise without a slow conditioning period. "One of the quickest ways to kill yourself is to jog just once a week for two miles as fast asyou can," said Smith, a former county president for the American Heart Association. "The person who enters into a vigorous exercise program with known or unknown previous heart damage runs a higher risk of heart attack. However, I believe you cannot hurt an already healthy heart, no matter how strenuous the exercise," he said. Watch for fashions in apricot, peach, and coral for spring Watch for fashion colors highlighted in apricots, peaches and corals for both spring and fall, 1961, predicts Becky Saunders, a clothing specialist. Mrs. Saunders is on the home economics staff of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. @ @ First Savings now has checking accounts. You can have a checking account and savings account in one place where all your money earns top interest. If you don't wish to maintain a certain balance in your checking account, two other accounts are available for a nominal monthly fee. Your checking account at First Savings pays interest compounded daily for a 5.39 annual yield. There is no minimum balance required to earn interest on our accounts; every penny earns. First Savings has always offered savings accounts with the highest possible interest and now we pay top interest on checking. When you check with First Savings, your check- ing business is welcome at all six of our offices throughout East Texas. Make deposits or with- drawals easily because wherever you live or work, there's a First Savings office nearby. Now that First Savings has savings, loans, six locations and free checking plus interest... At First Savings, you have your choice of checking accounts. One account is free of service charges when you maintain a $500 minimum checking balance or $1,000 minimum in passbook savings or if you are 60 years of age or older. If your balance falls k;.dow the minimums, a $7.50 fee is charged to your account that month. The First Savings Spirit Means More. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens * Mabank * Malakoff Wills Point Kaufman * Forney Member FSLIC An Affiliate of Invest-rex, Inc. are squat or tall, dark or fit the mood of the moment with less. One unique stove is the style designed from the stainless steel milk can. producing stove sits on Queen steel legs which seem to quarry platform in a place of the room it heats. It's easy to use, and the can cover is perfect for toasting or warming. Use it in any way at any time. light, stays lit and is a grates to clean. For something old and new, get a milk can stove; you. Walking is certainly feet, heels, ankles, running, Smith said. For people concerned walking won't help them shed! tra pounds, Smith has a If the variables are nearly person walking fast energy (translate that to ned) than someone jogging explained. And if two people - one jogging, both with equal breathing rates - cover of ground, it's likely the equal benefits for diopulmonary systems. "It is possible that if you enough and fast enough by even though it requires a lot you could get more exercise than by moderate jogging," Smith said he was making any hard-and-fast because the fine balance of exercise is one that varies dividual to individual. This is linked, Smith body's production of HDL or l sity lipoprotein, the cholesterol needed by our production seems to follow intensity multi All things being equal, a probably get more benefit, more HDL (thought to aid inl the action of 'bad' LDL) by walking briskly period of time than for joggil for a shorter time, he Card holders cht Credit-card holders char $875.37 per year per or $72.94 a month on each of cards, resulting in a total of year, says Linda McCormack, Mrs. McCormack is on economics staff of the Agricultural Extension Texas A&M University Systen~. 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