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The Malakoff News, WedneJ4a~, Nov. 28, IN~-IIA year 2000, if current trends families will come in three first-marriage families, and remarriage families are not die out, but they will not predominate either," says Stegelin, a family life will have one, two, three children. A ' will remain childless. facing first- will continue to be of work and family says Stegelin, who is Agricultural Extension Texas A&M University ~one out of two married women outside the home, and a increase of working mothers end of the century, the issues of and housework in families increasingly important, she divorce rates remain the marriages begun in the will end in divorce. Since tends to occur early in three-fifths of all divorces COuples with children living at new structures Divorce, along with births to un- married women, has led to a steady and continuing increase in the number of single-parent families. The result is that about half of all children will spend some time in a single-parent family before they reach 18. According to Stegelin, the most significant problem for single-parent families will probably continue to be income. Loss than half of the divorced women receive child support payments, and those do, receive an average of about $1,900 year. Although a great deal of publicity has been given to joint-custody arrangements, it is still uncommon. As the wife retains custody in nine out of ten cases, the lack of a male figure in the home is also a significant problem for single-parent families, notes the home economist. Remarriage families will be in- creasingly common as three out of four divorced people remarry and half of these remarriages take place within three years of divorce. While remarriage solves many of the economic problems associated with single parenthood, it also requires blending two families together into one. The remarriage family faces com- plex interactions and adjustments blending children from either or both spouses, grandparents and other ex- tended relatives, says Stegelin. Even though many Americans will live in nuclear families themselves, they will be involved with single-parent and blended families formed by their relatives or friends. Although the divorce rate is expected to remain high, Americans seem to hold the institution of marriage in high esteem. "The question," says Stegelin, "is whether we as a society can find ways to support families -- no matter what form they take." named new VP Bill McCullough, vice president- operations for United Telephone Company of Texas, today announced a change in local management for the Kaufman district of the telephone company. Effective Monday, Nov. 14, Bill Stansbury assumed the assignment of acting Kaufman district manager, replacing Don Frazier who moves to the company's Tyler general office. The Kaufman district includes customers in Mabank, Gun Barrel, Tool, Seven Points, Eustace, Payne Springs, Kemp and Kaufman. Frazier's new Tyler job is termed a special project by McCullough who cites preparation for the industry's competitive environment as reasoning for the task placed in his hands. He [S, RES. NEW OWNERS--Mickey 8urle (left) and Sherry Norman (right) were greeted by Malakoff Area Chamber of Commm'ce of. flclals last week with ribbon cutting ceremonitm. Their buslnt~s. A&N Animal Health, is located on Hwy. 31 east. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) e veins are ue to If man had four legs, he would be less concerned with varicose veins. But he is short a couple, and his upright stance places greater stress on the veins of his legs. This is particularly true of oc- cupations that require prolonged stan- ding. Police officers, dentists, surgeons and cooks are susceptible to varicose veins. These swollen, thin.walled blood vessels appear just under the skin of the legs. Blood is flowing backwards into the veins from above because their valves are not keeping the circulation varicose veins from the leg's car- the veins, elevating the legs above the cuintory system so it can perform bet- heart level daily, avoiding long periods ter. of standing, exercising lightly (swim- Complications arising from varicose ruing, cycling, walking, dancing, golf), veins can be prevented by wearing sup- and not wearing tight garters or gir- port stockings to reduce the pressure on dies. One Dozen FREE Donut Holes When you bring this Ad to going toward the heart. Pressure builds undertakes the strategy, planning, and and the legs swell. John Brown of Malakoff sessions during the year. preparation of an implementation plan The Texas Medical Association says ;nd Region VII Education Meeting in November, February, for the future of the company's business deeper veins within the leg often can 0 er Expire Wodnuday, NMmbor 30, 1983 er's Principal's Academy March and July, topics will include: telephone equipment, to include compensate for the shallower, varicose ;-'84schoolyear. improving school climate, recognizing marketing, installation, and main- veins and maintain circulation without 0INn Corner of Highway 90 & 31 0nt tlXm e principal is the key to an effective teaching, computers and el- tenance, significant swelling. But if the deep J ;tructional program, the fective schooling, the legal rights and In the Kaufman district manager veins also have faulty valves, swelling § s.m,- § p.m. MaJakoff Per Customer Academy will consist of a responsibilities of school ad- post, Stansbury assumes responsibility increases and more varicose veins may 'peningtrainingandSeSsi°nSexpandingaimedthe ministrators, curriculum trends and for all operations within the Kaufman de OPr l leadership skills of Region will include a Principals' "Swap Shop." district including installation, repair, oblem of ise ekaVea V.e u y ab s service center and business office inherited. And als In addition to Service Center con- functions, phlebitis, can destroy valves and lead i to Dr. Donna Nichols•n, sultants and regional principals, two Officed in Gun Barrel, Stansbury to theenlargedvelns. director for curriculum and association for supervision andbrings more than 11 years of industry Varicose veins often develop in n, the Academy will be tailor- curriculum development consultants experience with him. He worked three pregnant women because of the in- regional principals' needs, and one school law professor will be years for South Central Bell increased amount of blood in the body. its will attend eight intensive featured speakers. Lafayette, Louisiana prior to joining The problem usually goes away after II d ti United of Texas. delivery. ,n8 co ecl ona on8 joining UTT, he has served in the installation, warehousing, and The common first symptom of central office equipment fields. He was varicosity is the veins protruding from D k h ddren'8 fund an instruct°r in the c°mpany's learning the leg" Other signs include fatigue in ra e c center for one year. Re moves to Gun the leg muscles, cramps and tender- Barrel after a one-year assignment in ness near the swollen veins, and a 8The Malakoff Lions Club set up oul send donations to Lion Willie V. Athens as central office equipment feeling of congestion in the veins. In Drake Children's Christmas Simms, Rt. 1 Box 1 B, Malakoff, Texas foreman, later stages, the skin of the legs may his friends could make 75148 or Lion Paul Powers, Rt. 1, Stansbury is a native of Louisiana become deeply pigmented and in remembrance of him.Malakoff, Texas 75148. and attended Northwestern Stateulcerated. Please send name with contribution. College of Louisiana. He and his wife otherwise they would All names will be listed in The Malakoff Suzanne have two children. Treatment includes surgery to I didn't even have to break ~xemove the veins Just under the skin's the ba.11k to ~}~ce ]ny ad to make a donation in News. A passenger train derailed at surface or more-risky injections that hju'den the vein to block it off. With CLASSlFIlmD ADS WOlXl of Marlls, to help make These donations are used for Custoias, Portugal, in 1964, killing 94 e~.her method, the goal is to remove the a special time for children Children's Christmas only. persons. New 1982 Chevrolet LUV Trucks All will be sold at 1,000's of Dollars BELOW DEALER INVOICE ( ••OOOoOO•••• OOOOOooooooooO• OOOOOOOOOOoOO•OOOO• @OOOOOooo•oooo• ) •OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ Get TlkatGrolt GM Feeling wlth GemfllN Gomflmo GM i~M~. NO DOWN PAYMENT 65o0 per month (48 months) (on approved credit) ' 9 9 9 West Royall Blvd. Malakoff 489-0529 Open until 6 p.m. 675-9002 Malakoff Athens Li /