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March 5, 1981

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A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, March 5, Illl .... I I 0 0 ,n your Newp of your community...your county...your schools...your local governing bodies...h's all covered in The Malakoff News. Everybody from the housewife to the tycoon has found the pages of their newspaper affecting their daily lives. Money saving advertisements covering every aspect of daily needs, classified sections that find you employment, a home, an automobile or sell anything you wish, entertainment in special features, and news as it happens first hand in your community...it's all here, in your weekly Malakoff news. Your newspaper is your best source of local information. year in nlor" citizens M Ann- derir [ OUNSQVll Amy and I roped my aunt, Johnnie Martin, into one of our typically less than typical Saturday trips last week. We had talked her into attending the Trinidad Trojan district championship game Friday night in Corsicana, and while we had her out we talked her into another trip Saturday. The plan was for us to drive as far as Granbury where she would stop off to visit with a daughter and her family, then we would pick her up on our return trip from Gordon where we would at- tend the funeral of a friend. We left bright and early Saturday, as brightly as we could with storm clouds the road headed us in the right again. Several hours later we Granbury to pick up Johnnie | had to stay Lexie, infant daughter of Bruce Wall. Tearing from her we hit the time for Trinidad. Unfortunately, this'1"oad to return to our homes past Hulin Mall in Fort Worth/ too close, and it was too good l portunity to pass up. We zig-sagged through store, bought a dress for Amy,! gathering and rain looming ahead. We sandwich from a fast food had barely reached Corsicana when the Mall before climbing in the bottom dropped out of the clouds above We arrived home about us. From that point on, for the rest of ter along day of road the day as we accumulated several many extra-curricular hundred miles on the o ometer, it cluded as possible. As usual year, but our timing was definitely off. we would be home We made it to Granbury with little he predicted from the st time to spare for anything but a quick be near 10 p.m. when we sandwich before Amy and I headed out estimate for our return for the second leg of our journey. We nearer to the correct time took off to Gordon where we spatted a He knows us too well. green highway sign saying "cemetery" Johnnie Belle is learning. soon after we turned off of Interstate 20. "We have to go to Dallas Since our time was running short we to take Amy hack to took the road on the chance that it was told her. "Why don't you where we needed to be. At the end of the us." pavement a little further down the road Knowing that our route took we realized we had made a wrong turn. tly by Town East Mall in It didn't take long to get turned hacked awayfromtheoffer. around, and advice from a man beside I plan to be home early. QLtESTI()NS ANI) ANSWERS SOCIAL SECURITY By Jimmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration Q. I am receiving social security Q. I began receiving'$$I checks and became 65 in August 1980. year. Yesterday I got a How much am I allewed toearnin 19017 plete and return to social A. Any individual who is age 65 or asks a lot of questions over in 1981 is allowed to earn $5,500 come, the money I have without suffering a reduction in his about where I live. If I social security check. Persons under 65 checks, why do they need can earn $4,080. mation? Q. My aunt is payee for two of her A. Your 881 payment is brother's children. She heard that she many factor which incind has to account for the children's come, your resources and benefits. Is this true? arrangement. Each year A. Yes. this is correct. In 19~I some Security Administration is representative payees will be required contact $81 recipients and to account for use of benefits received their eligibility for 881 on behalf of someone else. form you received Is used Q. Two years ago I filed an SSI ap- if yon can continue to plication for my disabled child and was check. told he could not receive checks " Q. I am 67 years old, because my income was too high. A though retired I like friend now tells me that my income no I work for wages and longer matters if my son refiles for SSI. receive my SSI? Is my friend correct? A. Your SSl payment A. Income for the parents of a minor directly related to your incus~ child is still considered in determining change in your Income may the child's eligibility. Effective October feet on your SSl cheek. 1900, however, the parents' income Is working, your wages must bet not considered for any child who is 18 to the Social Seeu~rity years old or older. If your child is now 18 years old, you may wish to file a new The average World War SSi application for him. 85 years old. Published Continuously TEXAS ~ Since 1913 The Malakoff News Publisher ................. ". ................................ Dan Business Manager .................................... ....... Tom Editor.... ............................. ~, ............... Ann Ro Office Manager .......................... ~, ........... ".... l,orl ~ Advertising Representative ................................. Cindy The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing Co. at Malakoff, 'Ix. P year elsewhere in continental United States. Second