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Station, Texas. The agreement is subject to approval of the Board of Directors of both companies and ratification by TCI stockholders. Hanover Modular, organized in early 1969, manufactures low cost modular homes through an un- usual concept wherby the homes are constructed from a tt~mdar steel framework in an framework on which conven- tional building products are then applied by means of plas- tic fasteners in lieu of nails. The two modules are con- structed simultaneously. Upon reaching the end of the assem- bly line some 400 feet long, the units are complete with cab- inets, heating unit, bathroom fixtures and kitchen ap- ranges from $5,000 to $10,500, F.O.B. plant. Texas Clay Industries, or- ganized in 1946, is engaged in manufacturing and selling quality faced brick and stru- tural building tile, both of which are burned clay pro- ducts. ~auas i~or~n r'arz ~nopplng Center. E. Herbert Gatlin, Jr TCI President, stated, "this is our first move to broaden our market base in a related area, and we are hopeful of acquir- ing other firms which comple- ment our step into the mod- ular housing industry". Malakoff Junior High Kittens ended the 1969 season with a near wins October 2, with buses load- ed, the mighty Kittens travel ed to Whitehouse. Both teams were out to win and at half fans yelled and the Kittens played and played and played. Credit for the only touchdown of the game went to Dawson game and can claim his right- ful share of the 28-6 victor,] over the Rains Wildcats," Coach Wood said. mormng worsmp serwce at Matakoff First Baptist Church and hear Kenneth Keele of Sedalia, Missouri, a represent- ative of Giddeons Internation- and C, W+ Reed will be from Jr+ High. boys are fine athletes ~ints were made in the game but that was nothing to v, his- per about as the final score "thoma<. Gra~+es aad Hu[hes.l/~< :~ J. Sch/+i r~:tired news- On ~<