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Joe B. Dingier seeks terms as JOE B. DINGLER Malakoff mayor Joe B. Dingier of 618 N. College in Malakoff announced this week his can- didacy for the post of Mayor .of Malakoff. Dingier has been a resident of Malakoff for 15 years and is a disabled veteran. "I want to run for mayor to see that the streets of the city are fixed, and believe it can be done at a low price," he said. Dingier and his wife, Maggie B., are the parents of three sons, Tillary Dingier of Rock Springs, Wyoming, Coy Dingier of Ft. Worth, and Eddie Dingier of Tyler, and one daughter, Sonita Dingier of Malakoff. Estate planning seminar set A two night Estate Planning Seminar will be conducted in Athens, March 9 and 10 according to Dr. Jessie Richar- dson, chairman of the Hendersorf Coun- ty Beef Cattle Subcommittee. The seminar will be free to the general public and is under the sponsorship of the Subcommittee and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service in cooperation with Henderson County Farm Bureau, Athens Chamber of Commerce and all of the financial in- atitutions throughout Hefide'rson Coun- ty. Each night's program will begin at 7:00 p.m. and conclude at 9:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center of the First Bap- tist Church of Athens. Everyone has an estate and sooner or later that estate must be settled. Whether or not that estate is disposed of according to the owner's wishes depen- ds to a great extent upon plans made prior to the owner's death. This seminar is designed to point out con, siderations which should be taken into account when planning for the disposal of an estate. Speakers and topics to be discussed are as follows: Highlights of Estate Planning-Dr. James Long, Area Exten- sion Economist-Management, Overton; Texas Laws of Descent and Distribution of Community and Separate Property-Mike George, At- torney, Athens; Minimizing Federal Estate and Texas Inheritance Taxes, David Moore, Certified Public Accoun- tant, Athens; Everything your Wife Always Wanted to Know About Widowhood, But Was Afraid To Ask- Robert Fields, Attorney, Athens; Wills and Probation of Wills-Willis Moore, Attorney, Athens; Use of Trusts In Estate Planning-Derek Davis, Attor- ney, Corsicana; and Valuation of Minerals for Gifts and Estate Taxation- Ben Blair, Points, Ill, Petroleum law dman, Tyler. Joe B. Fu/gham, chairman of the Henderson County Program Building Committee and president of the First State Bank of Brownsboro will serve as master of ceremonies and moderate a question and answer panel discussion at the conclusion of each night's program. EMPLOYEE OF TIlE MONTH OUR FEBRUARY EMPLOYEE of the Month is Laura Yarbrough. She is one of our cooks and has been here for three years. Laura is a registered Dietary SuPervisor by the State of Texas. To meet Laura is an experience in itself, bet- ween her silliness and warmth you are sure to walk away with a smile. {Courtesy photo by Douglas B. Humble, 111) to Who's Who Roy Clay, Twyla Cherree Ray, William Russell Giles and Myron Green of the Cross Roads Independent School District have been selected as being among the country's most outstanding high school music students. The head of the school's nominating committee and the editors of the annual directory have included the names of the students based on their music ability, academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in ex- tracurricular activities and future potential. Things have been fairly quiet here at CLNH this past week. We have just had our usual activities. However, we do have a new domino champ. Mr. Radney and his partner, Flonnie Rainwater, won the domino game Monday mor- ning. We are getting in gear fqr our Rock "n" Roll Jamboree. We have a list a mile long of residents who are going to rock, roll, walk, dance, sing, and what have you, for the American Heart Association. The boys and girls from the various churches in the area should be out and about during the next two weeks, asking for donations. When they knock on your door, please don't turn them away, help us reach our goal of $600 for the heart association. That figures out to be $10 for each resident. We are planning a fun day on Jamboree day. This will be March 13, (Friday the 13th). We have a group of young men from Kerens High School tertain us with music. We have refreshments, and of will be rockin' and rollin'. If like to be in on the fun, the nursing home at 2:30 13th and a-w-a-y we'll go l Children cost amilies with higher comes will have associated with child-rearing. a: ~t :r.a~nxPli~s~ teh ~n (urban). 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