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q A PLAYOFF for the first flight title at the ACC Peapicker tourney were Spec McAdams, left, and George second place winners, Jerry Mack Adams and Ron Engstrom. Third place was won by Danny Royail and third.flight winners were Robert McAtee, second from right, whose team won the flight, and Butch whose team took fourth in the flight. (Staff photo) AND BILL CHAMJPION, left, topped scorers for the title in the second flight of the ACC Peapleker tour- and Percy Penn took second in a playoff over Frank Young and Ed Sonnenberg, standing next to them. are Steve Arthus and Pat Daley, second place winners in third flight. (Staff photo) BU Mre. J.W. White Church closed a Friday night. We Bro Bill Henry, and good singing by Bro. David most of us. Thompson. Mrs. Daz~Iky ~]~axer~ l~laye~ ~ ~ Tl~r~ we,# ~ in Sunday School and the piano. The revival is still felt ndre? came for preaching on unaay. QUESTIONSAND ANSWERS AL SECURITY By Jimmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration benefits on I am a full- y of this to work. I. know I of how much I but do I in- will have after I ray earnings while I include all earnings to December 31st; test is, as the basis. All a calendar earnings test a student can work as ~T20 before his social security to earn Over that YOu need to get in social security If you are not I Will earn, you my estimate of your, doing thls, Social more money benefits. If as much as you after the an Annual Report much money was will reimbur,. A. To be eligible for SSl, a person must be 65 or older, blind, or disabled and have limited income and resources. An individual may be eligible with in- come of less than $208.20 a month ($238 a month, effective July 1, 1980). An in- dividual can have resources of up to $1,500. Not all income nor all resources are counted in determining eligibility. Also, applicants must be U. S. residents and either U. S. Citizens or immigrants lawfully admitted for permanent residence. For more information, con- tact any social security office. Q. I just got a notice from Mdicare telling me that my medical insurance claim couldn't be processed became the doctor bill I submitted wasn't itemized. What exactly should be on an itemized bill? The Naomi Sunday School Class held its party at the home of Opal Everett on Thursday ,afternoon. Secret Pals were revealed and names drawn for the next period. Nine members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brandon were delegates to the Republican Convention held in Houston. They live in Isle of View #1. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ha,buck have returned home from a vacation spent in Coal Estes Park, Colo. They were accompanied by their son and his wife. They live in Paradise Bay. Mms. Faye Huckaby, Willie Mac Johnson, Beth Grissom and others attended the wedding of their nephew and cousin, Buzz (Dennis) White in Dallas Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oran White continue to be under the weather, but showing some improvements. Mr. and Mrs. Albert HJlger attended the wedding of one of their relatives in Dallas over the weekend. The hot weather is taking its toll of the gardens and people are suffering too. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Milan have had company the past week. Land-sale frauds A An itemized bill must show a corn- i I~and-sele frauds are back. plete description of the service or sup- Interested buyers should see proper- ply you received; the date, place, and ty firsthand, read the property report charge for the service or supply; the and sign nothing until fully informed, name of the doctor or supplier who warns Bonnie Piernot, a family resour- provided it; and your name and corn- ce management specialist on the home plete health insurance number exactly economics staff of the Texas as they are shown on your Medicare Agricultural Extension Service, The card. Texas A&M University System. back, checks, $I for ,~ exceed the limit your total 1980 that Is $I0, over should hold 2 all of the social 1980 14 years before Can I still record? He has Mfe whose marriage can get benefits record. His affect on your still need to meet g factors such as of mine has very I think she may are the eligibility Republican Candidate For Henderson County Sheriff's Office Greetings, Henderson County Citizens: Now is the time far all the people of Henderson County to wake up and do something about their Sheriff's Department. It makes no difference whether you are Republican or Democrat, this de- partment needs a change in it howl You know It and I know it so let's all get together and do so- mething about It in November. It Is time for all the dead weight to go. The only way that this is going to happen is to place a new Sheriff in that office in November. If you elect me to that orifice I will clean it up and give the people of Henderson County a 24- hour Sheriff's Department that will serve all the people, regard- less of race, color or origin. Thank You, Robed L, Simmons Pal. Adv, Paid For by Robert L. Simmons, Athens, Texas The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 3, 1980--.S In annual Peapicker Golf Tournament With a best hall of 130 for the 36-hole Athens County Club Peapicker In- vitational Golf Tournament, Kip Estep and his partner, Phillip Pierot, cap- tured the championship. Both are former Athens High School golfers. Estep completed his high school play in 1977, Pierot several years before that. The latter now lives in Ruston, La. Two strokes back of them were Steven Smith and partner, John Dowdall, at 132 while third place went to Ed Gatlin and Raymond Gafford with a 135 total. Estep and Pierot carded a nine-under-par 63 on the final day to win. Estep also captured medalist honors with identical rounds each day of 69, three under par. He was followed by Ed Gatlin who carded rounds of 70 and 74, even par. Winner of the first flight were George VanCleave and Spec McAdams. All flights except the championship were played with adjusted handicaps. The winners had a net best hall of 128, the same as carded by Jerry Mack Adams and Ron Engstrom. In a playoff for the title VanCleave and his partner were the winners. Tied for third at 129 were Danny Royall and John FarreU and the team of Wayne Stelter and Rick Brugge. Royalrs team won in a playoff. SECOND FLIGHT: Billy Norwood and Bill Champion, winners with 124; Linden Lewis and Percy Penn, second, 125 (won in a playoff); and Ed Son- nenberg and Frank Young, third, 125. THIRD FLIGHT: Robert McAtee Jr. and S.T. Nash, winners, 129; Steve Arthus and Pat Daley, second, 131; and Tommy Smith and Doak Fling, third,I 134. Taking fourth place in the various flights were: championship, MelvinL Bateman and Rick Rogers; first flight, Wayne Stelter and Rick Brugge; second flight, Frank Lunceford and Fred Nettle; and third flight, Butch Ridgeway and Charles Jones. James Jones was tournament chairman and Peggy Gould was in charge of several of the special ac, tivities. There are more chickens in the world today than people, and the number Of chickens is growing faster than human population, reports USDA .... Talking about :;:;:'i by Larry Wilkinson It finally looks as if the Texas Rangers are awakening from their long sleep. Buddy Bell's return to the lineup made all the difference in the world. In fact, be was named last week's player of the week in the American League. He hit over .400 for the week and smashed three homers. That extra bat seemed to be what the Rangers needed since they have begun to hit a little. Currently they are on a win two-lose one string, having done that their last three, three game series. If the hitting continues and is availa A comprehensive report on soil properties for Henderson County is available for public distribution, First District Congressman Sam B. Hall, Jr. announced this week. The U. S. Depariment of Agriculture through its Soil Conservation Service and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station was responsible for compiling the soil survey. The inch-thick survey contains a detailed inventory and evaluation of the type soil found in Henderson County and its effect on agricultural, industrial and recreational development. Major fieldwork for the soil survey was com- pleted in the period 1973-1977. In addition to a series of maps in- dicating the location and types of soil, the survey also contains useful infor- mation on a number of topics per- taining to Henderson County such as natural resources, climate, and far- ming operations. Copies of the soil survey may be ob- tained without charge by contacting Congressman Hall's District office in Marshall. The mailing address is Congressman Sam B. Hall, Jr., Post Of- rice Box 1349, Marshall, Texas 75670. Copies of the survey can also be ob- tained through the offices of the County Extension Agent and the Soil Conser- vation Services offices for Henderson County. decent pitching comes on they could make a run if they can stay away from their usual August slide. Former Malakoffite Eddie Woods rolled a 299 last Thursday night at San- ds Lanes in Athens. Sanes Lanes manager Kerry Henson said that last hall was better than some of the others that had fallen. The culprit was a seven pin standing in the corner. This repor- ter bowled against Eddie last Tuesday in which that particular pin was a problem all night. At any rate, a 299 game is nothing to sneeze at and one to be commended. Congratulations to Ed- die. The Malakoff Tiger football team is hard at work for the coming season. They are working out with weights and running to be in the best possible shape for those dreaded two-a-days. Even Coach Phil Trice is doing everything he can to be in shape for those August workouts. His air conditioner went out this weekend. If that won't remind you of August what will? The All-Star break is coming up with nary a first teamer from Texas or Houston on the roster. Of course the managers of the two teams will choose alternates which may prove beneficial for the two Texas entrants Good choices from the Rangers would be Jim, Sundberg, Al Oliver, or Buddy Bell. The Astros also have some good choices. J.R. Richard, Jose Crniz, and Cesar Cedeno. Plus, the rest of the pitching staff would help the National League. The answer to last week's quiz was the Chicago Bears, Houston Oilers and Oakland Raiders. Here is one to keep you busy: Who was the last American Leaguer to hit/ four home runs in a single game? 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