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com Two 4-H members from Henderson Connie Sonntag of Malakoff will County will be competing in the District represent Henderson County at the 5 4-H Horse Show. Traci Pendlev and Hopkins County Civic Center in Sulphur ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See... Sue Barnett 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. -%- -'~ .... .~ ;:" ":-~,, ,,-, , ~ ..~-_ .vv ~ .v-",~ vv-qlw .v~ v ,q.~,~v v vv ~ ,,~vv.v- -~ v v ~v "qv v ~qv ~ v v Ladies & mens western shirts ................. $10.95 Sleeveless tops with pockets for ladies 36 to 44 ...... $9.95 Swim suits for family .................. $2.98 to $5.95 Floats $1.98 to $3.98. Pools $4.98 & $7.95 • • • • • • • • • • • • • Beach towels $4.98 Canvas tote bags $3.98 • • • • • e • • • . • • • F MALAKOFF Lay-Aways [~A.lu ~au..m,. ab..ak,au. ,ab. AIk..,L dh~Ak~.m~,a,..i. ,ak A .a. ,aU..L aU. ~.~A A ~A ~ A A ~- Free EstinEales - We Fix Flats {:,n 153,; n,,y. 31 & ,m Matakoff ), }, ..A. .... .. ................. "'( :lH.,,.k .ur i,rh,v. .... h,,:'" WE'VE LOWERED GAS PRICES New Tires Batteries Radiator Service al o servicE. * Brakes *Electrical * Air (]ondiaioning *()il & Grease *Tune-l]i)s t only 00 Compare the prices of others, you'll like our price• It )t )t ~t )t ~t It )l- ~t )1. It )I- )l- )t )t ]I- Springs. champion honors. Four-H members from 19 counties Traci and Connie have completed a will be competing in performance and horse project in the Malakoff 4-H Club. halter class. Performance classes are The horse project is led by Sherry made up of barrel racing, pole bending, Norman. reining, western horsemanship, western pleasure, and showmanship. District Horse Show winners will ad- There are eight halter classes with all vance to the State horse show in July at the participants showing for the grand Waco. / 13 x13˝ ,Perfect exercise to exer- , cise the heart It 11. ** , Jogger enthusiast will love the exercise with no heel ** shook. )t BRAND NEW ON THE MARKET SOLID MAT WITH NO SEAMS )t NOTE: All Sites let Ippro[imal*, We tocommend sup~rmion Mfety pad~ as do all responsible t,amp41me mtI. We can pto~de ~r~ce and repl~emont parts ~o~ heady all tram- I~mes, Hours i0n.-Sat. 8 to 5:30 OSS If Texas continues to grow at its The analysis of the 1980 census data is present pace through the next decade, being conducted for the Texas 2000 its population may surpass New York's Agency of the governor's office. by 1990, an analysis of new census data According to the report, Texas shows, ranked sixth in total number of people "Texas can now be compared to a in 1960 and moved ahead of Ohio and giant magnet drawing increasingly Illinois by 1970, and into the third spot more people from other regions and ahead of Pennsylvania by 1973. Califor- states," concludes a report by two nia's 23.7 million and New York's 17.6 Texas A&M University sociologists, million exceeded Texas' 14.2 million by Dr. R. L. Skrabanek and Dr. Steven fairly wide margins in 1980. But, if New Murdock, have found that more people York and Texas growth patterns con- moved to Texas between 1970 and 1980 tinue at the same pace, (New York than in any other previous census declined by almost 700,000), Texas' decade in the state's history. The Cen- population will surpass the Big Apple sus Bureau set Texas' population for state. April 1, 1980 at 14,228,383 compared to Skrabanek and Murdock said the new 11,196,730 for April l, 1970 -- an increase census figures confirmed what of more than 3 million people, population analysts have been saying Skrabanek, a sociology professor and demographer with the Texas Real aboutwidelydifferningregionalgrowth patterns in the last decade. Especially Estate Research Center, and Murdock, pronounced were the differences bet- head of the Texas Agricultural Ex- periment Station's Department of ween the Frost Belt and the Sun Belt Rural Sociology, said between 1970 and states. The North increased by only 2.3 million, contrasting sharply with an in- 1980 Texas had a 27 percent increase in crease of 20.9 million for the south and people as compared to the national in- crease of l 1 percent. Texas numerically west. gained 3 million people, exceeded only While eight states in the south and by California, which increased by 3.7 five in the west each gained more than million, the researchers found. Ranked 500,000 inhabitants, Skrabenk and Mur- third was Florida, which grew by 2.9 dock found not a single Northern state million, that bad an increase that large. At the other extreme, New York and The report is the first in a series to be Rhode Island lost in population, as did produced by the two professors for the the District of Columbia. State Data Center Program. Sundae began in drug store Every now and then there's a food sodas. One customer complained to the legend that smacks of whole cloth, says management that he could not stomach Craig Claiborne (The New York his weekly ice cream soda because the Times). As an example, Claiborne cites fizzing in the carbonated water con- the ice cream sundae. A news account tributed to the pounding in his already of some years hack states that the sun- bursting head. He ordered his ice dae originated in a small town. cream with syrup only. It seems that years ago, there was a "In no time at all, according to this small pharmacy that boasted a soda legend, the 'dry' version of the ice fountain. It was not well patronized cream soda caught on and was called during the weekdays, as it was situated 'The Sunday Special!' directly across the street from a bar "The story has it that the spelling was that flourished, later changed to sundae because it was The bar was closed on Sundays, so the held to be irreverent to name a dish -- drinking class repaired to the drugstore especially one of such dubious orgius -- to cool their throats with ice cream after the Sabbath." )t )t ~t )t )t )t )t ~t ~t ~t ~r 489-1529 QI]ESTIONS AND ANSWERS AL SECURITY B) Jimmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration Q. I am considering marriage to aA. Ask at any social man age 67--I'm 65. We were wondering The people there will tell whether this will affect our social do. security benefits. Q. I haven't had any A. Not necessarily. People 60 andenrollment or in, over can remarry without affecting started receiving s( their social security benefit amounts, benefits 2 years ago. And if you can get a higher check on the"end of school your new spouse's record, you mayA. Yes, the form mus elect to take a wife's benefit instead of promptly or your present one. Be sure to let social Q. I'm thinking of security know if you do get married• usual number of Q. I'm 19 and have been getting social at college. Could I security checks as a student. A friend part of my told me there's a report I have to fill out A. You qualify at the end of the school year, but I didn't you are in full-time get it, possibly because I moved recen- ding to the college's tly. What should I do? students. bO • O Increases e By ROBERT L. HANEY and an auxiliary system TAES SCIENCE WRITER temperatures approached A low-cost, energy efficient cooling (or coldstress) conditionS. system, which air-conditions only the Additionally, any heads of caged layers, has boosted system should be production by 11 to 30 percent in tests at in laying hen houses Texas A&M University, and may be the operation. Finally, any solution to the estimated 20 million the poultry industry dollar loss suffered each year by maintained, reliable southern poultry producers. The low-volume air Calculations on power consumption ted, Cain contends, and installation costs indicate that this qualifications for layers. system is cheaper than comparable tial for caged-broiler costs for a standard pad-and-fanturkeys, aswell. cooling system. "The mechanisms of To determine the total impact that chicken," Cain this energy saving cooling method radiation, convection, could have on the poultry industry, a during normal tern full-scale test will be made in a com- environmental tern mercial layer house during the summer proaches body of 1981. relies almost "Heat stress causes an 8 to 15 percent eva drop in egg production in the South "The effectiveness during the summer months in laying heat loss depends on houses without cooling," according to perature and air Dr. Richard Cain, environmental was reasoned that the physiologist with the Texas cooling system would Agricultural Experiment Station, and maximized respiratory the inventor of the new energy-efficient laying hens." cooling system. Cain devised a duct "This drop in egg production provides cool, dry air represents a 19 to 22 million dollar an- volume sufficient nual loss by the Southeastern Egg In- cooling, but not enough to dustry, tire house. Evaporatively-cooled housing In effect, he air alleviates this problem in some areas chicken's head and lets but increasing energy costs may render chicken breathes take care un-economical the totally enclosed, Since the volume of air mechanically-ventilatedhouse, this is small, the The most efficient-type house, accor- medium-size air ding to Cain, would be one whereable tohandlel0,000chi' natural ventilation.was used primarily In the first test in LASTS THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JUNE LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION, LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, HYDROMULCHING & TREE MOVING Lots of rain washes all the fertilizer away. Introducing ... EASY-GRO Fertilizers You have never used a fertilizer like Easy-Gro fertilizer. Premium Lawn Food 19-5-9 Covers 10,000 sq. ft. Lawn Fertilizer & Insecticide $16.95 Reg. $12.95 Also St. Augustine 8, Bermuda Grasses are suffering from Brown Patch, Leaf Spot and other fungi. -- THIS WEEK ONL Y -- FERTILIZER & TERRACLOR FERTILIZER Reg. $10.95 NOW * 20-5-10 gt --- FOR YOUR HOME LANDSCAPE -- air was 14.8 percent counterparts getting ~ These figures are used with Safety Handle : Covers 5,000 sq. ft. 5 gal. Gardenias oo and Cain says indicate * Lawn Fertilizer & Reg. $12.95 Reg. $10.95 NOW the system for only , taining egg production Weed Killer 20-5.10 $q Covers 5,000 sq. ft. -- RECOMMENDED BY NElL SPERRY- *Virtually maintenance: EVERGREEN SHRUBS FREE * FOR YOUR HOME d. 1 5gal. Phitzer Juniper Reg. $12.95 NOW 5 gal. Indica Azalea Reg. $10.95 NOW LOTS OF WEEDS IN YOUR YARD? USE HI-YIELD 5% H.C. Reg. $5.98 NOW DIAZINON DUST 1 Lb. Shaker Can 5% SEVIN DUST 4 Lb. Bag 10% 5Lb. 89 S149 $' 89 tal chamber by 8 hours air (.25 cubic feet per during the hot half of the cages did not treatment. An average of 31 production was cooled hens. There was no significa~ egg weight between cooled hens, measured by perce significantly better in group. Following the pilot chamber, a similar stalled in a layer house. and old hens in cooled cages. The experiment period of 1980, starting daytime temperat degrees F for most of Cooled air (69 deg; provided during cage and averaged 51, at 4 inches from the feet per minute per hen Average egg week period, Cain sayS, cent better from the receiving the cooled receiving no such value for the older hens rising energy costs. First-time may have Gal. Waxleaf Ligustrim, Willow Leaf Holly, Jap Boxwood, Dwf. Chinese Holly, Burford Holly, Gardenia, Dwf. Gardenia Reg. $1.99 59 NOW or 10For $1 SOO GOOD SELECTION First-time than $30,000 per ficult time Texas home, says a with the Texas Center at Texas, Monthly paymen required to repay average home sold in th quarter of 1980, Wright• That average home sold th quarter of 1980, as: Wright• That average sale price cent conventional loan cent interest rate. "When the surance and taxes said, "the base average Texas home per month•" Hwy. 31 E. Malakoff ~t HOURS: 8a.m. 5p.m., Closed Sundays 213 Cayuga Drive, Athens, Texas 675 -4402 Man. -Sat. Order early fo 489-1 Rob'S Country