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12A--The Malakoff News,Thursday, Oct_ 15,198!_- /! Cedar Lake Nursing Home II Well folks, Jean ttaley here again. I want to keep you informed about things out here. Remember the antics of Loretta tl., Charlene C., and Sue B.? Well, there are a few others out here that you need to know about. For in- stance, there is our secretary, Colleen Conditt, who is also responsible for keeping the cold drink machine filled. She always manages to have just enough Dr. Pepper in it to last until I get ready for one, then, when I put my money in, no cold drink! Someone just ahead of me got the last one. Sometimes I wonder ! Then there is our housekeeper, Rose Meredith, who just also happens to be my mother. She just loves to tell all my co-workers about when l was a little girl and the things I did, like cleaning my room and hiding the junk under the bed. Now I ask you? Is that nice? Oh! Our Activity Director! She just loves to throw a big party with a lot of dishes and cake and punch and when it iS over, she runs in, dumps the dirty forks, knives and punch bowl on the cabinet and says, "Here, Jean Haley, you can do the dishes!" But on bread pudding day, it is "Please, Mrs. Haley" and "Thank you, Mrs. Haley." That girl can put away more bread pudding than anyone you ever saw ! Band Club to host car wash Saturday Malakoff Band Club members will host a car wash Saturday, Oct. 17, at the high school from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Everyone is urged to bring their vehicles by for a good wash job for only $2.tX). Band Club members met Oct. 9 at the band hall at MIlS witt} president Diane Whiteside presiding. Introduced at the meeting was high school principal Robert Childres. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Paula Killgo. Important events announced include a twirling contest Oct. t0 and a mar- thing contest Nov. l0 or tl. The organization also plans to host a covered dish dinner Oct. 20. All mem- bers are urged to attend. Planned projects include selling of crystal decorative items, selling fruit cakes, and bake sales to be held prior to Thanksgiving and Christmas. The organization decided that they would not host a ttalloween Carnival this year. Business Brief I)rawing Winners II II n~ Ill II ced at City Buihlcrs Supply Winners in the drawings held at City Building Supplies of Malakoff were: iron, Edna Racker, Malakoff; Doublemac II, Ora D. Allen, Malakoff; paint, Bill Wright, Malakoff; storm door, AJ. [,indeman, Malakoff. ALL PHIOES INOLI PAD i INSTALLAT ThiS exciting new multicolored sculptured Saxony is made of 100% continuous filament nylon--made durable to last longer. The tightly twisted continuous heat-set yarn will not fuzz or shed. PRICE SALE ENDS The residents are after me too. Ida with, "Look at that big bull come Whitehead gets to the coffee pot first draggin' in. I thought I was going to thing in the morning, pours coffee to have to cook my own breakfast!" See take to Fins Mae Tolbert, then comes to what I mean? This is just typical in a the kitchen door and says, "Don't day for me. But don't take my word for worry about Fina Mae's coffee, I've it. Ya'll come on out and visit us and see already got it, and I'm after your job for yourselves what really goes on at too." Most people are greeted at the CLNH. front door with a "good morning." Not me! Mr. Radney greets me at 6:00 a.m. Henderson .County Malakoff Library receives 21 new best-seller books Arcadia Refining of Tyler has posted first production figures for the No.2 H.E. Dew Unit in Smith County's Ann Twenty-one fiction books on the best McKnight Field. seller list have arrived in the Malakoff The Dew well pumped at the rate of Public Library in the past two weeks. 228 barrels of oil and 77,000 CF casing- They also received about two hundred head gas per day, open choke. It was books for the junior department and bottomed at 8,270 feet and will produce over fifty books for the easy depar- from perforations in the Paluxy Sand, tment. Also received was a new 1981 set 8,178 to 8,232 feet into the hole. of Encyclopedia Americana. The operation is in an 80-acre drilling The library had a successful summer unit, John Dean Survey, about four reading program this past summer, miles westofTyler. About sixty finished from twenty to fif- ty-five books each. The library also has Delta Drilling of Tyler has staked had an arts and craft program once each week for the children and it has drillsite for the No.2 Washington, a been successful also. Refreshments 7,900-foot developmental well in Smith have been served each time to the County's SunshineField. The probe will children who were present, which be aimed at oil pay in the Rodessa formation. Ix>cation is in an 82-acre usually numbers about fifty. During the year the "Friends of the lease in the Arch Cummings Survey, Library" sponsored a very successful about four miles northwest of Overton. art show and a needlepoint exhibit in the library and this was enjoyed by all Smith County's Chapel Hill Field will who attended, be seeing more developmental action when Stallworth Oil and Gas of Dallas starts making hole for the No.1 Points Malakoff Oil Unit, seven miles northwest of Arp. Located in a 40-acre unit in the Grafton Cemetery Donations H. Bayne Survey, the well is scheduled for maximum depth of 8,700 feet. Hickman Family, Ft. Worth $t5 Walter Jackson $25 Mrs. Melvin Taylor, in memory of mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Carson $10 Cross Roads. ,School Menu Oct. 19-Oct. 23 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCll Monday: Fish, french fries, cole slaw, corn bread, milk, cake. Tuesday: Meat balls and gravy, whipped potatoes, pinto beans, hot rolls, milk, cookie. , Wednesday: Vegetable soup, san- dwiches, fruit, crackers, milk, banana pudding. Thursday: Lasagna, green beans, carrot-celery sticks, corn bread, milk, jello. Friday: Sloppy joes, french fries, pickles, cheese squares, milk, fruit. NOtlworUly A luxurious cut.pile Saxony made of 100% Anso~ IV long-staple ny- lon. That means It Will help ~nreVent soiling and stain. g. Because the fiber Is tightly twisted, the carpet will look better longer. Grand Junction, REG. This solid-colored Saxony-plush carpet Is made from Armstrong approved 100% long-staple nylon. And that means it's as durable as it ts beautiful. This carpet Is made to look better longer. '14" Awfully NiCe From the Trustmark ColleCtion, this lovely multicolored sculptured Saxony Is among our best- performing carpets. Resists soil and stains. S This long-wearing 100% SOil.hiding nylon carpet has cushioned comfort built In because It's made with a hlgh-quallW foam- rubber backing. WI0e array of colors and patterns, $ OOT, 31st 101 E. Tyler N. Side of the Square 675-7434 ,,',, - , L 1 ()l. WINDOW SHADES Complele W~ndow Sha{Ye {)opdltmen! Q[!ESTI()NS ANI) ANS 'ERS SOCIAL SECURITY I',y ,limmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager S[)('i;ll Set'urit).~,dmini~lration Q. I am a 78-year-old widow. ! bought You may ask your Social Securityand how will some bonds during World War II. In office to check this out. It would help if pension?---T.E.C. April 1981 I cashed them. Do I have to your husband can supply names and A. Your Social Security report this income to Social Security? addresses of employers he worked for depend on how much -- E.B. prior to the name change, nings you have A. You are exempt from reportingQ. Some time ago you had a question may be additional wages this income on two counts: and answer about self-employed people military service. 1. You are over 72 and you may earn who lived in community-property I would suggest as much as you can without having it states. You said that ff a husband and Naval Retirement Offio affect your Social Security payments, wife were in business that, in the at)- any effect Social 2. Interest income does not count as senee of a partnership, the income was might have on that benefit. earnings. Only wages received as an presumed to be that of the husband. Q. My husband is 60 employee or self-employment income An attorney friend of mine says he's receiving need to be reported as earnings,you're wrong. -- B.C. from the state. He's Q. I was married for 13 years before A. The section of the Social Security Social Security for our divorce in 1980. My husband was Act dealing with self-employment in- should be accepted, told to pay child support but hasn't paid come in community-property states has for Medicare at this in a year. recently been declared unconstitutional Also, when receiving Can my kids draw his Social Security because of gender discrimination, he also have some to help support them and help them Effective with taxable years which sultants or his hobbles through school?--L.F.W, include the month of October 1980, the impossible to survive on A. No benefits can be paid to your Social Security Administration will no payments alone. -- V.C. children unless your former husband is longer assume that the husband is the A. He will be elil retired (age 62 or older), disabled or operator of the business. No distinction after he has been deceased and has worked long enough will be made between residents of con[- benefits for 24 months. in employment covered by Social munity-property states and residents of Any work that yot Security. other states, after becoming You might be eligible for help from q. I/a widower marries a lady who Is payments must be some local public assistance group, drawing Social Secu~ty disability allowed a trial work Q. When my husband started working benefits, will either of ~heir monthly mine if he is able to and paying into Social Security he used cheeks be affected by the marriage? I employment. If it is his given name. Later, he changed his am 64. She is 59.-- K.C.R. is performing name and got a new Social Security A. Neither benefit will be affected. At tivity, his benefits card. age 62, the new wife should check with He's retired now but I'm not sure he the Social Security office to see ff she Q. My father is 79 was credited with all the work he did might be entitled to a higher benefit as He receives Social under his given name. It seems to me a wife on her new husband's account, he tells me he is also his Social Security check should be Q. I am already retired from theSocial Security tax much higher than it is. educational field with a monthlyemployment. Is this Can you tell me how this can be in- pension. At age 60 I will receive a A. Yes. vestlgated? -- Mrs. B.G. government pension based on 20 years People are A. Your husband should have beenservice in the naval reserve. By age 62 1 Security taxes when given the number issued under his will have over 40 quarters of coverage for wages in covered given name when he changed his name. under Social Security. or if the~ In that case he would have received What will I get from Social Security of $400 or more per year. credit for work done under both names. EACH 10-OZ. ASSORTED STONEWARE PATTERNS ....... 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