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The Malskoff News, Thursday, May 28,1M~-11A By JOHN H. COX However, sheriff Charlie Fields said offense appear below. Some names arrests throughout Henderson he believed "we put a dent in some have been withheld by Whitaker's of- drug delivery charges ira- ongoing operations." rice pending bending and/or arrest of followed Thursday's 173rd The indictments were the those true billed. All dates are 1983 jury sealed indictments culmination of over 18 months of un- unless otherwise specified. on 27 separate counts, dercover investigation by law agencies /Indecency with a child two counts of capital which began in Nov. 1981. Name withheld pending bending from the Oct. 30, 1982 At that time Fields and Athens police /Felony escape of C.G. "Buddy" and chief Dave Harris each assigned one Billy RayFulton, Athens, March29 mdered, undercover agent to begin working the /Burglary of a building of 48 true bills issued by the streets and byways of Athens and the Billy Ray Fulton, Athens, March 14 final grand jury sessioncounty in an effort to curtail drug Mitchell Jack Campbell, Athens, April in District Judge Jack H. trafficking. 1 During the operation's first few William Travis Brown Jr., Athens, County Sheriff's deputies, months several "busts" were made. A April6 police, state narcotic officers, drug manufacturing facility raid near /Subsequent driving while of public safety troopers, the Baxter community netting overintoxicated City police and Dallas $240,000 in clandestine matham- William Lee Loden, Athens, April 2 combined forces in up- phetamines and at least two marijuana Harvester Givens, rural county, April those named in the drug confiscations worth $20,000 street value 16 A total of 22 officers were were among reported results. /Burglary of a vehicle Fields said efforts "would continue Tilden Harold Larkin, Athens, April 1 two of those indicted onuntil we have licked drug problems in Burglary of a habitation over four ounces of HendersonCountv. Bobby Joe Penny, Tool, Apri114 were rounded up. One, true on delivering phenmetrazine,Capital murder indictmentsRicky Joe Cavitt, Tool, April 14 a large althoueh his arrest in Kathy Diane .1yliller, 24, of North Darelyn Diane Featherston, Athens, ,ast Texas city is reported to Richland Hills (a Fort Worth suburb) Feb. 15 was indicted for beth Cherry slayings. /Forgery by altering paper 1 Peace Justice O.D. She remains in the Henderson County Name withheld pending arrest those arrested, jail in lieu of $,50,000 bend per charge. /Theft over $200 bond on each count. The The suspect, a granddaughter of Mrs. Two names withheld pending arrest )llows'. Cherry, was apprehended at her place /Delivering over four ounces of work last week by local law en- marijuana Johnson, 22, Athens, one forcement agencies working with Fort Curtis Blow also known as Henry Blow, Jay Bowden, 27, Gun Garrel Worth police. Athens, Jan. 27 !count. The Cherry's bodies were discovered /Retaliation Hambrick, 22, Athens, in the smoldering ruins of their modest Name withheld pending arrest Trinidad home during the Halloween /Theft of service by check Earl Tatum, 28, Athens, two eve blaze which authorities speculate Name withheld pending arrest was ignited in an effort to cover up the /Perjury Blanton, 29, Athens, oneactual cause of their deaths. Name withheld pending arrest /Disposing mortgaged property . ROyall III 27, Athens, two Other indictments and locations of Name withheld pending arrest 20, Mabank route, two Barker, 22, Athens, on bond. t, 29, Athens, two on bond. Bradford, 21, Mabank QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 19, Gun Barrel City, Q. I am 64 years old and I would like committed after October 19, 1980, you to know how much difference there will may not receive benefits while confined be in my checks if I retire now or if I in a penal institution or correctional in- Gaff, 18, Gun Barrel City, one wait until next year. How can I get this stitute. information? Q. My doctor says that I need of those arrested I'd classify .People," said sheriff's in- A. You should contact your local physical therapy, but since I am unable M,~l~e Burton following the Social Security office. The amount of to travel to a hospital, I must receive it your benefits can be estimated if you at home. Will Medicare help pay for this service? Others would be calledprovide information about what you've A. As long as you are confined to your I don't think any of them earned in the last 2 years and what your home and a doctor determines that you of dealers." expect to earn this year. of the suspects gave require physical therapy, Medicare Q. I have been sentenced to 2 years in may help pay the expenses for care he, district attorney Melvin jail for committing a felony. I have an provided by a participating home Athens assistant police opportunity to continue my schooling health agency. You should contact your would cite a dollar while in prison. Can I also continue get- Social Security office for the details the dealers were in- ting Social Security student benefits? concerning Medicare coverage of home A. If you were Convicted of an offense health care. TEACHER8 MARCH--A line of Henderson County teachers march wlth an estimated 2,000 teachers on the State Capitol Saturday. The rally, sponsored by the Texas State Teachers Association, was held in support of Gov. Mark Whlte's bid for a 24 percent pay raise before the Legislature. Attending from Malakoff were Nettle Holland (third from left), Jeanle Seely (fourth from left) of the Malakoff TSTA, AND Charolette and John Brown (far right) of the Malakoff TSTA. (Staff photo Robert L. Guillano) SENATOR AND TEACHERS--Sen. Chet Edwards, D-Duncanville, at center, poses with teachers from Henderson County who Joined some 2,000 teachers in a march to the State Capitol on Saturday. From left to right are llughla Beets, Edith Jo Finch, Nettle Holland, Charolette Brown, Edwards, Jeanie Seely, Osle Baggett, Louise Calvin, John Brown and Sarah Cea- way. They're standing behind the Senate president's podium in the Senate chambers. Teachers marched in support of Gov. Mark Whlte's request to the Legislature for a 24 percent teacher pay raise. (Staff photo by Robert L. Gulllano) U sa ay wee 875 & 90 887-1555 Gun Barrel City To To To All 3 Pcs. Colors Complete Includes: Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Headboard & Nite Stand COFFEE TABLES & LAMP TABLES Only Complete Set to | With Mattr~ Each Pine or Maple Set To EARLY AMERICAN SOFA, LOVEsEAT & CHAIR Set All 3 Pieces ~4allhlx Hwy. 90 ~lt~it~l~ I ToMobonk Daily 9 to 9 nd ' Sun. 12 to 6 To I H~. 85 Hwy. 175 .-,-,o.... i 887-1555 I H.f. 9O Lay-Away Welcome I to Malakoff "I( t( t( It wiff never Lie new 489-0529 .MALAKOFF U ',itation 2 Door Hatchback S-10 Tahoe Pickup be worth more than it is today/ 3111,000 675-9002 , ATHENS