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THE MALAKOFF NEWS ,,,o_ _ ABOUT oU.00L eN@l|l SECURITY ?? Tigers Take On Rains Tonight :,s &Answers The Malakoff Varsity team and B team will travel to Rains tonight in another dis- trict basketball game and fans are urged to accompany the group and offer their sup- On Tuesday of this week, all three teams saw action in Edgewood, both the boy's and girl's A teams and the boys B team, "Edgewood barely eked out a win over the boy's A team in a game that ended 65-62 in favor of the enemy. Robert Williams led the sring fo r Malakoff with 14 points followed by Elbert Sparks with 11, Jesse Green with 13, Robert Reed and Ben- ny Joh_nso.n, both getting 10 each and Russ Polson and Pqul Green, hitting for two The three high point scorers for Edgewood were James Wilson with 27, Larry Milton. with 14 and Bill McCall with 10. In the girl's game, Malakoff, commanded the court the en- tire evening and scored 48 points against Edgewood's 19. Carolyn Vieregge dumped in 24 for the Tigerettes; Alvirta Barton got 10; Jan Phillips, 8: Joyee Green, 4 and Carolyn Dukes, 2. Scoring for Edgewood were Peg Phillips wRh 8; Jill John- son. 5 and Susan Station, 4. The local boy's B team edg- ed out over Edgewood by a score of 30  25. Gary Don Hunter paced the Tigers with 18 [mints; Paul Green, 4; Garvin Crossley, 4 each. and Clarence Johnson, '4. SUN-MON-TUE-WED JAN. 1 1-14 United Aettots T H E A T m E I WINTER POLICY ,,Y 0PEN DALLY occ FRI-SAT-SUN Bob Piekens picked up 8 points for Edgewood; Lero Davis, 6 and Steve McCor- mick, 6. In season play, the boy's A team now stands with 9 wins and 8 losses and the girls have a 18 win and two loss record. Ten members of the Anchor Sunday School-Class of Ma- lakoff First Baptist Church and their husbands as l gues met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deason :on Thursday, December 18, for :their annual Christmas party. Mrs. C. C. Lake opened the meeting with a prayer and he hostess who is also pre- sident of the class, presided over the business hour. The class sent a gift to each of four ladies who are now residents of the Cedar Lake Nursing Home and who were former members of the Anchor Class. Following the business, Mrs. Clark brought the program on the "Legend of the Christmas Tree," and Mrs. J. B. Johnson offered the closing prayer. During the social hour that followed, gifts had been dis- played underneath the beaut- iful Christmas tree, were ex- changed among members and Chert refre,.dmaents of dips, chips, punch, cake, candy and nuts were enjoyed by all. The next meeting of the class will be in the home of Mrs. Roy Clark. By Thomas F. Guy Tyler District Manager Q. If I become disabled while I am young and can't work, can I draw social security pay- ments or are they just for old- er people? A. Age makes no difference in the payment of social security disability benofits. Whether you become too disabled too work at 25 or 55 - anytime be- fore you are 65, you would be eligible for a monthly benefit based on your earnings what- ever your age. Q. I'm only 24 years old and it will be years before I'm old enough to retire. What good is social security to me? A. Social security is more than retirement insurance while you work you are earning pro- tection for yourself in the event you become disabled. In addition, if you are mar- ried (nor or in the future) you are earning benefits for your wife and children if you should die. Social security is now paying survivors or dis- ability benefits to over 5 mil- lion younger people. Q. My husband and I are re- eeiving social security bene- fits but we are not yet 65. Do we have to sign up for Medi- care when we become 65? A. You will automatically have hospital insurance at 65 as you are receiving social security. You will be marled application a few months be- fore you are 65 so you can sign up for the voluntary doc- tor bill insurance. Q. I teach school 9 months of each year even though I am now 65 years old. Other tea- ehers tell me I could receive social security checks for the months I do not work. Is this true? A. Yes, if you have worked un- der social security longe- nough to become insured, you can receive social secur- ity benefits for any month in which you earn wages of $140 or less, regardless of your to- tal earnings for the year. I II I I I Ill l I Mrs. Tucker's I Shurfine COFFEE Pound I Aqua Net or Style Hair Spray ]3 ouoo00 Can II Charmin Bathroom Tissue 4 R;alk II II Extra - Fancy . Delicious APPL002 Pound I Gleem or Cologate Tooth Paste Reg. 83c  Size I Heinz India Relish ii Size 2 Shurfine LOUR Pound Bag Shurfresh CRACKERS Pound Box 23 I Instant Nescafe 0 ounce Jar 1.19 FOLGER'S or MARYLAND CLUB Pound [ Texas - Navel ORANGES Pounds 2k Texas Ruby Red B'A Pounds Pounds 2 Tall Korn Rath Pure Pork Turkey Hens-lb. 39c 00cken "dens lb. 39c Q. My wife died in 1967. I' have heard that our children can now get social security benefits on her account. Is this correct? A. Yes. Children can now re- ceive monthly benefits on their mother's record, if the mother had worked long enough to be insured. This is true even though she was not supporting the children at the time she died, and regardless of how long ago she worked. Q. Does a person have to change his address on his so- cial security card each time he moves? A. No. Your earnings are re- ported under your name and number. We do not need to know your correct address to give you credit for your work under social security. When you are entitled to monthly benefits of medicare, we do need your correct address at all times. Q. My husband died in 1968 and I have rented out our farm. Do I have to pay social security tax on this farm rent ? A. Your letter indicated that you are not taking an active part in the production of the farm crops. This is rental in- come and is not considered self-employment income. Q. Are special duty nurses covered by Medicare if the doctor says they are medically necessary ? A. No. Only regular nursing services in a hospital are co. vered. Q. I started getting widow's benefits at age 60. When I reach age 62, will I get an in- crease in my widow's benefit ? A. No. The reduced.rate con- tinues after age 62 if you re- ceived checks for all months between age 60 and 62, Your benefit can be refigured only ff you missed some checks be- cause your earnings were too high. 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