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:Y got In a little practice at how to handle a show animal prior to the llenderson County Livestock Show this a contestant in the annual event. {Courtesy Photo by Tom Wiley) what Is hoped to be one of the top contenders in the llenderson County Livestock Show this week. The iven a through going over prior to showtime. {Courtesy Photo by Tom Wiley) OF TENDING to ready an animal for the Henderson County Livest~k Show, and FFA'ers at Malakoff busy at work. (Courtesy Photo by Tom Wiley) i Irldustry sets Survival look at the cattle in- ionally recognized said during Course held at ity recently that cattle business will be flexibility; an advance plan to take advan- the marketplace; equity preser- ~2 through economist said on as it relates to cow and calf will ved. n attend school duck hunters to are learning the wild animals and quacks, grunts, gobbles, honks, must be just to attract an in a two-day ately entitled, sponsored by the Institute of the Depar- University. The sessions in- calling sites and JOE BAILEY Is leading his calf to the stall at a workday for FFA'ers at Malakoff High School recently. The work day was held in preparation of the Henderson County Livestock Show this weekend. {Courtesy photo by Tom Wiley) The Malakoff News, Thursday. Apt_i! 23. t !..3A "'% i ~ " MALAKOFF KINDERGARTNERS had their chance to see some of the animals County Livestock Show this weekend. Pictured above they got a close-up view of Wiley ) that are being shown at the llenderson a show rabbit. (Courtesy Photo by Tom O oat meat A process called "hot boning" is tricity immediately after they have different cuts before sending it to the being studied at Texas A&M University been slaughtered to keep the meat ten- grocery market." that could make goat meat as tasty and der. Savell said that although he doesn't as popular among meat-eating "Hot boning may also prove useful expect goat meat to become a staple in Americans as a juicy T-bone steak, for increasing the aging process of the American diet just yet--"you The research is an extension of recent meat," said Dr. Jeff Savell of Texas probably won't see it on any restaurant studies at the university of electrical A&M's Department of Animal Science, menus around here"--the research in stimulation in which goat carcasses are "perhaps someday making it feasible hot boning could be a forerunner to that blasted with more than 500 volts of elec- for packing plants to package meat in in the beef industry. WHITEWALL A78.13 FET: $1.55 Exchange FREE MOUNTING/ SIZE A78x13 B78x13 C78x14 E78x14 F78x14 G78x14 G78x15 H78x15 L78x15 4 for 4for 4 for 4 for 4 for 4 for 4for 4 for 4 for PRICE $99 $119 $124 $140 $150 $1ss $16o $165 $170 ials P155-13 Exchange FET: $1.51 'The Radial for All Seasons' Good Used Tires $5 & up SIZE P165x13 P185xl 4 ! P195xl 4 P205x14 P215xl 4 Whitewall , PRICE SIZE PRICE 44.00 P205x15 58.00 49.00 P215x15 60.00 52.00 P225x15 62.00 55.00 P235x15 64.00 57,00 F.E.T.: $1.89-3.11 il, Lu il er nment Most cars Most cars Up to 5 Quarts 10W.40 Kendall Oil Lubricate chassis Check fluid levels *Set toe-in Inspect tires Set caster and camber Prices Good 405 E. Tyler 675-5712 Manager: Ted Lewis 30.60.90 DAYS SAME-AS-CASH Service Sales: D.B. Pirtle Thru Saturday