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IA--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1981 IN HONOR OF the fiftieth Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Airheart, their children and grandchildren will host a reception on Sunday, December 20th from 2 til 5 o'clock at 1207 McEntire Street in Trinidad. Mr. and Mrs. Airheart were married December 24, 1931 in Athens. Mr. Airheart retired from TP&L in January, 1977. Friends and relatives are invited. (Courtesy photo) After they open the toys and ties and wallets and watches, there should be another gift to go: U. S. Savings Bonds, nestled in their Christmas stockings. Bonds are probably the easiest gift you can give. ,So stop at the bank and pick some up. Fill their stockings this year and their wallets in years to come. Just call: Ask for tape number: D-1 Toothache D-2 Baby Teeth D-3 Wisdom Teeth D-4 Abscessed Teeth D-5 Gum Problems D-6 Fixed Bridges and Partial Dentures to Replace Missing Teeth D-7 Dental Insurance and Payment Plans D-8 Orthodontics -- What Are The Benefits? D-9 Cold Sores and Canker Sores D-10 Preventive Dentistry -- What Can I Do? Keep near your telephone for handy reference! Presented courtesy of: Bobby C. Bottles, D.D.S. Researchers find lifestyle affects energy consumption An energy study conducted by two architectural researchers at Texas A&M University has found that living habits - as much as construction features - account for significant dif- ferences in residential energy consum- ption. Energy-use data collected over d 13- month period showed that some houses used up to five times as much energy as others of similar size and construction, said Larry Degelman, a professor of architecture and building construction and one of the researchers. "The largest variability in energy use was unexplained," he said. "This unex- plained variance was assumed to be due to lifestyle. Energy use really has a lot more to do with lifestyle than the construction features that we studied." a By JOHN H. COX Staring at the mangled remains of his 1968 Buick I., hbre this morning, Charles E. "Chuck" Hill lamented, "If I'd had !i5 last night, I'd been with them." Just hours before, three of Hill's co-workers and two others had their lives snuffed out as the Buick and a 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air crashed head-on on FM 2329 (Pickins Spur ); another co-worker remains in critical condition. Pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Precinct 5 Judy Newman was Benigno "Ben- ny" Garza Jr., 27, driver of the Buick in addition to passengers Michael Wayne Dodd, 24, and Mon- te Keith Dodd, 20, all of Athens. Barbara Jean Bone, 22, of Malakoff, driver of the Chevrolet and a passenger, Carl Lee Kirk- patrick, 23, of Eustace, also perished. Another Athenian, Harold Eugene "Gene" McAhee, 27, was removed from the Buick by' CareFlite helicopter medical at- tendunts and flown directly from the scene to Methodist Hospital in Dallas. Seniors invited to enter Texas Masons are offering seniors of 1982 an opportunity to compete for three scholarship awards, ranging in amounts from $3,000 to $I,000. Contest entries will be due from Feb. 9 through March 5, 1962, and all high school seniors in public schools are eligible to enter. There will be two The exclusive Duraclean Foam- Absorption Process gets means carpets dirt that ordinary clean- ing methods can't ', =that stay reach.., dirt that causes re-soiling if not removed. All work ion,,er, done in your home by ined Specialists. HAND-CLEANED ~~Cfll us for a FLOWER-FRESH Free Quotation DURACLEAN BY HOSKINS , : ;b-283,1 Hwy ~1 W Kerens,- )qb-7177 0 II ! II i ........ Signi'upf0i0ne0f25piizes ....... ! iito be given on JanuarY 15, 1982. i Give"u'sti;iei,p',p"ortu'n:ty ...... }" ................... you. We of er, up H for those who lify. "Wq Also Sell Life Insurance" ! , .s s.,.oi According to reports of Department of Public Safety trooper Jim "Pappy" Billings and hospital spokesperson Sandy Mikush, McAhee enterod the operating room around 7 a.m. to undergo surgery for broken ribs, a closed head wound, a broken right wrist, broken left thigh, broken left upper arm and internal bleeding. Cow considered contributor Billings, Cnney City Police Chief Doug Briggs, Henderson County Sheriff's deputy Roy Graham, constable Bill Bearden and Athens OeliCe detective Mike Burton all Ipod work the accident. Billings explained that from the evidence at the scene, after hitting a cow, the south bound Chevrolet veered to the other lane, resulting in the fatal collision with the Buick. Tom Brown of Foster and Brown Funeral Home said the crash was "one of the worst I've ever been to. Crews had to pull the car bodies apart in order for us to reach those trapped inside. They had to use cutting tools as well." The m/sslng buddy Hill was visably shaken Friday divisions, male and female Contestants will be judged on essays of not less than 300 nor more than 500 words and they may be typed or hand written. Judging of the papers will be done under the direction of the Masonic District Chairman with final judging done by the Public Education Commit- tee of the Grand Lodge of Texas. The best two papers in each division from each Masonic District will be entered in the final judging, and awards in each division will be made as follows: First Prize, $3,000 scholarship; Second Prize, $2,000 scholarship; and Third Prize, $1,000 scholarship. The fund will remain available for a period of five years and will be deposited to the student's credit upon his enrollment in the college or univer- sity of his choice. Additional awards to the sponsoring teacher of the winners in each division will be made as follows: Sponsor of Fir- st Prize Winner, $200; Sponsor of Second Prize Winner, $I00; and Sponsor of Third Prize Winner, $50, The title of the essay will be "Educating for Freedom." No iden- tlficatJon marks should appear on the essay. A cover sheet containing the writer's name and address, the school name and address, division, and a cer- tification statement that "with the ex- ception of minor editorial assistance, this essay is my own work" and signed Working women will increase in 1990 Women, prepare yourselves. By 1990, 60 percent of women will either have jobs or will be looking for them as compared to 52 percent in 1980, predicts Bonnie Piernot, a family resource management specialist. Piernot is with the home economics staff of the Texas Agriculture Exten- sion Service, The Texas A&M Univer- Belts & Buckles Unique Gift Ideas! llvalkble in leathw, snakeskin, o mobdlic. From $2.00 to $7.00 a strip. Wide Selection Belt Buckles in Gold $10.00 to $16.00 he-Christmas Sale in progress 33%% off selected merchandise. Gift sets & stocking stuffers ova Bill Blase, If in doubt.Give a Donnell's Gift Certificate I 9-15L0 31 E . llakoff e morning. He had finished his 3 to II work shift with McAbee, the Dodds and Garsa Thursday night. They had left the Verna Drilling oil rig number 35, located 13 miles out of Henderson, looking forward to hdving two days off after six days of steady work. "We'd normally celebrate a little after our long work week," Hill. remarked, then made the com- ment about not having $5 being one reason for his not being in the death car. "My wife was feeling a little low and I decided it'd be best for me to try to comfort her last night. After hearing about the wreck this morning, she sure was glad I came home," he added. Fight preceded accident As bizzare as the accident itself were prior incidents involving some of the occupants. From what Hill and Chief Briggs disclosed, after leaving the rig and dropping off Hill, the four oil field workers went to Caney City to "celebrate." While on the Cave Lounge parking lot, a fight broke out between Herbert "Herb" Doren and Keith Dedd. Martin, 31, fray and Mike Dodd came to rescue of his brother. Briggs explained, "We were l by that Mike picked up a hit Martin in the head butt. ARer the wreck, I in the Buick." Martin was transferred Henderson County Hospital and then taken by car to Medical Center Tyler. He was admitted cording to hospital Glenda Ruby, was in dition" Friday morning. Another coincendence was fact that Ms. Bone was a law to McAbee and lived i~ same house," said Hill. Ironically, Ms_ ];one volved in an incident last month in According to Athens Bone left the car in WacO having a flat tire. SomehOw, vehicle caught fire not she left it. e by the writer should be attached to the front of each manuscript. Papers must be delivered to the ap- propriate Masonic District Public Schools Week Chairman by 4:00 p.m. March 5, 1982. The name and address of the chairman should be available through the superintendent's office or by contacting the State Chairman: Dr. Warren T. White, jr., 3210 We='-'~ caster, Fort Worth, Texas All entries become the Grand Lodge of Texas 20, 1982, ~Local students interested peting in the scholarshi contact their local ministrator. The Malakoff News Political Calendar will be each issue beginning January I and will continue the elections the candidates have announced for have decided, be it a local election or the primaries. Candidates' names will appear on the calendar for a ticular office in the order that they mgn up with the Candidates can sign up for the calendar at any time the election. Those doing so prior to January 1, 1982 their names in every issue in which Information on the charge for a candidate to appear calendar is available at the News office WEEKLY rieulturai Scale insects are still infesting some next spring. A thorough ornamentals in the area. Dr. James soap and water is effective Robinson, entomologist for the Texas stances. Ammonia is an Agricultural Extension Service at detoxifying agent and Overton, says that pesticides labeled the water. An for scale control can still be used with movable paris will keep fairly good results if the air tern- sticking andrusting. perature is above 50 degrees. However, dormant oil is probably the best during , Any unused pesticide sl the winter months. It should be applied stored in a safe, dry place, when temperatures are between 40 and behind locked doors. 60 degrees F and a freeze is not expec- careful to store ted for at least 48 hours, of children. All pesticide Robinson also urges homeowners and should have a label and producers to clean pesticide application Taking a few extra equipment so that it will be ready to use may prevent grief later. Blister beetles fatal to horses State toxicologists have identified Cantharidin, two more species of blister beetles that commonly called Spanish can kill horses when the insects become mal defense mechanism trapped in hay fed to the animals, and is released when they As few as a handful of the beeUes, during hay baling. The crushed when the bay is baled, can swarm in hay fields and prove fatal to horses. The chemical up in huge numbers by responsible - called cantharidin - can ment, Reagor explained. remain lethal for years, said Dr. John Reagor, head toxicologist for the Texas Spain recognized the Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Mexico in 1863, more Laboratory here, a part of the Texas Mexicans first defied the A&M University System mother country. From Diet Center Patsy ] A little early, you think? The holiday season will soon be upon us, perhaps with unwanted pounds. To avoid New Year's resolu-I ti0ns about dieUng, take action now ! You can lose 17 to 25 pounds in just six weeks. Start now--be er by Christmas and skinny by February. Don t let thb New Year find more of you than you would like. Come in now. Together, we can make it happen. Give yourself the best Christmas ever--a thinner, healthier, happier YOU ! Early Bird Holiday Speciall . Bring this letter to the Diet Center before January 1, 1982, to save $10 on a three-week program, or $25 on a prepaid, six-week Reducing Program. OFFER EXPIRES JAN. 1, lmbGOOD ONLY IN ATHENS KT THE S0Z Richardson HOURS: Mon.-Fri. ',:00,