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The M=alakof_fNews,Th_ _m'sda Y. F_eb+- .7._. Bv BOB BERSANO the statewide filing deadline at 6 p.m. Monday, a multitude of including a total of eight candidates for Henderson sheriff, had indicated their to run for their party's primary. the Democratic Party's list candidates in order of their announcements was Hershel McCarley of Athens, followed by Charlie Fields of Athens, Ira Billings of Athens, Floyd Thornsberry of Trinidad, Tom Goodell of Eustace, Choice Lovelady of Caney City, Gordon F. Wills of Athens and Doug Curry of Seven Points. One of those eight will face Republican Party sheriffrs candidate Robert Simmons of Murchison on the November ballot. 1980 census questionnaire will in the mail March 28. The will simply answer the then either mail back the 1 or hold it for a census up, depending on the in- not be apparent to millions as they answer the cen- privacy and convenience of is the fact that they are personal contributions to an so vast, so complex, that census qualifies as one of the e efforts ever mounted ~ country. the time the last American is during the summer, the of the Census will have reached million U. S. residents million housing units, and more than three billion an- 222 million residents, a nine per- POPUlation increase since 1970, in- people who do not speak with various political rich and the destitute, the illiterate, members of races. The census must their housing - single - homes, houseboats, con- shacks, "abandoned" ps, jails, at sea, and over- is expected to count 25 more housing units in 1980 than e, never in the history census, which has been taken ,trites ---- to eat or not to eat have a choice - to eat or not if they read labels says Mary K. Sweeten, a specialist. can buy nitrite-free frank- corned beef, ham and products -- if you want nitrite-free meat 'keep" as long as meats (Contain nitrites) the meats are uncured bacon or ham four to seven days - in- up to three weeks, the recom- safe-storage time for nitrite- L is with the Texas Extension Service, The / System. meats may be stored in markets side-by-side with so be sure to read labels every 10 years since 1970, have census findings played as important a role in American life as they do today. Besides the Constitutional mandate to provide a basis for reapportioning seats in the House of Representatives, the census measures how well the Nation is doing, from the block level to the entire coun- try. Its finding are used in the private and public sectors to decide how billions of dollars will be spent an- nually. Planning for the 1980 census, which has gone on since the early seventies, reflects this heightened need for the most complete count ever taken, especially of minorities. In 90 percent of the Nation's households, people will be asked to take their own census, in effect, by an- swering the questionnaires and mailing them hack in postage free envelopes. Census takers will obtain the infor- mation from households that fail to mail back completed questionnaires as requested. The remaining 10 percent, which will receive instructions to hold the com- pleted questionnaires until census takers pick them up, are mostly in sparsely settled areas in the Western haft of the nation. In some cases, the census takers will ask additional questions. Census questions seek basic infor- mation about people--age, sex, oc- cupation, and the like--and about sub- jects such as housing, personal tran- sportation, and energy use. Most people will be asked to answer a basic census questionnaire which has 19 questions About one of five households, chosen randomly, will be asked to answer a longer version with 46 additional questions. Federal law requires everyone to an- swer the census; it also protects tho confidentiality of personal information. The only people who can see an in- dividual's replies are census em- ployees, who are sworn to secrecy un- der threat of a $5,000 fine and five-year prison term. SCHOOL MENU, FEB. 12-15 Tuesday: Chili dogs, Dry pinto beans, French fries, Cake, Milk. Wednesday: Chicken spaghetti, Mixed vegetables, Fruit salad, Hot rolls/butter, Milk. Thursday: Chili con came, Beans, Tossed salad, Cornbread/butter, Fruit, Milk. Friday: Hamburgers, French fries, Baked beans, Salad bowl, Cookies, Milk. meat items nitrite free? are one factor. They formed in the stomach, the nitrites you eat with amines already in the mrs produce cancer in rats, reasearch, but no results cancer. the United States Agriculture has ap- nitrite-free meats, so have a choice. Married couples face constant challenges Realistic expectations, privacy, open and honest communication, flexibility in roles, companionship, equality, iden- tity and trust are constant challenges of happily married couples, says Dorthy Taylor, a family life education specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, the Texas A&M University System. current rate No financial institution can pay you more. Invest $10,000 or more for 182 days and you'll receive the best rate possible on your short term investment. Interest is based on current discount auction rates for U.S. Treasury bills.** "'Federal regulation prohibits compounding interest Purchase rates change each week, First Savings Five Democratic hopefuls will face incumbent Weldon T. Featherston in the race for the Democratic Party's nomination for Henderson County Commissioner of Precinct 3. Those five include Richard Echols of Brownsboro, L.D. Brookshire of Brownsboro, William E. McLean of Brownsboro, Joe Fitzgerald of Brownsboro and Robert Ramsey of Chandler. MANUEL REDIC, JR. Funeral services for Mr. Manuel Redic, Jr., resident of Caney City who passed away last Thursday were held Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Grace Tem- ple A.M.E. Church in Corsicana. The Rev. Albert Moore, Jr. officiated and burial followed in the Steen Cemetery in Malakoff under the direction of Ross and Johnson Mortuary in Corsicana. He was born in Malakoff on June 7, 1925 to Manuel Redic, Sr. and Texanna Thomas Redic. He was a World War II veteran having served in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Redic of Corsicana; five sons, Kenneth and Clifford both of Waxahachie, Stevie Don of Trinidad, Scottie and Timothy both of Corsicana; three daughters, Brenda Tankersley of San Diego, Calif., Gwendolyn Hawkins of Waxahachie, and Stephanle Moore of Dallas; Five step-children, Archie Hatten, Ill, Ray Hatten, Eddie Hatten, Tawanna Hat- ten, twelve grandchildren; one great grandchild; seven sisters, Geneva Greenwood of Waxahachie, Jessie M. Freeman of Waxahachie, Veola June, Lena B. Redic, Naomi Minifee, and Helen Pearl Tremmell all of Fort Wor- th, and Hazel Lacy of Dallas; five As of late Monday, no Republicans had flied for the Precinct 3 com- missioner's position but Henderson County Republican Chairman Howard Pattison said any candidate who postmarked their his papers Monday would still be eligible to appear of the primary ballot in any race. Henderson County Precinct I Commissioner Jim Blakeney will run unopposed for that position on the brothers, Leroy and Reuben Redic of Dallas, Orville Redic of Amarillo, William Bobby Richardson of Fort Worth, and Jimmy D. Redic of Midland; five uncles, Oscar Thomas and Henry Redic of Malakoff, Joseph Thomas, and Oliver Thomas, Jr. both of Caney City, and L.C. Redic of Dallas; six aunts, Annie Granville, Fannie Brooks, Ora Allen, and Callie Thomas all of Malakoff, Willie Mac McKee of Dallas, Roberta Houston of Athens; and other relatives. Microwave ovens are more energy efficient today Microwave ovens are 40 percent energy efficient, compared to 14 per- cent for electric ovens and seven per- cent for gas ovens, according to the National Bureau of Standards, reports Nancy Granovsky, a family resource management specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. Democratic Primary ballot. Three area Democrats will vie for their party's nomination for the District 14-State Representative's seat currently held by incumbent Fred Head of Athens. Democrats Bill Whitehurst of Athens and Elton Bomer of Montalba, An- derson County, will face Head on the May 3 ballot. Democrat Allen B. Boswell of Athens will face incumbent Jim Kitties of Athens for their party's nomination for Henderson County Attorney. And Dink Carson of Gun Barrel City will face incumbent Betty Lou Smith of Payne Springs for the Democratic nomination for Henderson County Tax Assessor-Collector. Six men have filed for Henderson County constable Democratic Party nominations. John P. Airheart of Trinidad will face incumbent Bill Bearden of Log Cabin Estates for the Democratic Party nomination for Precinct 5 constable. Running unopposed for constable positions are Dr. N.D. Geddie Jr. of Athens for Constable Precinct 1, Donald Ray Owen of Tool for Constable Precinct 2, Jerry Owens of Brownsboro for Constable Precinct 3 and W.B. Harris for Constable Precinct 6. Three men have filed for Democratic nominations for Justice of the Peace. Incumbent Robert Green of Seven Points will face B.J. "Bill" Ruff of Tool for their party's nomination for Justice of the Peace-Precinct 2. Raymond Farmer of Chandler is running unop- posed for Justice of the Peace-Precinct 6. Running for the Democratic Party nomination for Third Judicial District Attorney is Richard Handorf of Palestine who will face incumbent Billy Bandy of Athens. Incumbent 173rd District Attorney Melvin Whitaker of Palestine is running unopposed in the Democratic primary. Judge Wayne Lawrence of Palestine is running unopposed for another term as Third Judicial District jtldge. James Moore of Tyler is running unopposed for associate justice for District 12- Court of Civil Appeals. And imcumbent Judge Leon Douglas of Austin will face Marvin Teague of Houston /or the Democratic Party nomination for a position on the Court of Criminal Ap- peals. In the statewide race for two open positions on the Texas Railroad Commission, incumbent John Poerner is facing Buddy Temple for the Democratic Party nomination for the commission's open full-term seat. Republican John T. Henderson is running unopposed for his party's nomination for the full-term position. Jim Hightower is facing incumbent Jim Nugent for the Democratic Party nomination for an unexpired position on the Railroad Commission. Republican H.J. "Doc" Blanchard is running for his party's nomination for the same position. On the federal level, incumbent Sam B. Hall of Marshall is running unop- posed for District 1 of the Texas Congressional District. Housing is best investment today A home is still the best investment you can make, says a housing and home furnishings specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. Housing prices are expected to stay even with inflation -- one reason homeowners are now making so manv improvements and additions. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK I Owned and operated by Randy and Pat Willbanks We specialize... In high quality meats at lowest prices possible. We guarantee everything we sell and that's a promise. Store Hours: Sun.-Fri. 7 a.m.-12 a.m. In T,,dno,Jnu.uoo, Texas Sat. 7 a.m.-1 a.m. 489-1089 . on Hwy. 274 between ...... .. Kemp and Seven Points. it comes to meats " " '= " " II %,. ',_ .+ : %J %." " i ....... } / "Watch for t i ..... ? ........ t Grand Opening" i | ,o We are looking forward to = =. serving you in Tolosa. We invite you to stop next door at Buck and Billies "Caney Cove OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M.-12 A.M. FRIDAY.SATURDAY 9 A.M.-4 A.M. 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