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January 9, 1992

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Page 4 Scholarship Fund Starts Abememorial scholarship has en established in memory of Eddie Floyd at Clarend6n Col- lege through the new Cleadon College Foundation. Initial funding of $1,000 has been made by an anonymous donor. Scholarships to Clarendon College will be awarded to Donley County students. Donors who wish to participate in the "Eddie Floyd Memorial Scholarship Fund may contribute at either the Donley County State Bank or the First Bank and Trust in Clarendon. For additional information contact Clarendon College. ,kr--k*r*-k*'k hclp (]lcHtl II:kst .Yrr*YrYrrrrYr I'm a-thinkin' I'll shoot the next person who needs a price check! Happy 18th. Osburn Appliance Rabbit's Appliance Service We service all types of appliances. 42 Years F..xpedence in sales and service. We also have a good supply of rebuilt & repo appliance wlth a I year warranty. Phone 874-3632 319 S. Kearney B.B. "Rabbit" Osburn The Clarendon News How To Avoid S$I Overpayments by Jim Talbot Thursday, January 9, 1%111"i Soci',d Security Manager in Amarillo I f you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, you should tell Social Security whenever there s a change in ymr resources, income, or living arrangements. That way, we can be sure you gel the righ! amount in your check each month, and you can avoid the hardship of paying back overpayments. '.  Too often, people receiving SS! forget to tell us about a change that should be reported. As a result they could end up being overpaid. This is because the amount of their SSI payment is based on their income and resources at the time they are first determined eligible. Any change lhal affects their income or resources may affect the amount to which they are entitled. If payment is not adjusted to reflect the change, an overpayment may result. Since the law requires the Social Security Administratkm to recover the overpayment, the money is usually withheld from future checks, often resulting in a hardship. You can avoid overpayments and their recovery by promptly lolling us about any change. When you start receiving SSI, you received a booklet called, When You Get SSl...Hqat You Need to tOow. That booklet dclails all the things that must be reported. If you've 10st your copy, you can call us and get a new one--free of charge. It's a good idea to keep the b(xklct in a safe place and look at it from time to time to help remind you about what should be reported. Examples of changes that commonly cause overpayments when not reported are listed below. If you receive SSI, be sure to tell us if: * you have an increase in resources--the things you own, such as cash, checking or savings accounts, stocks, bonds, and certificates of deposit; * you go to work or have an increase in income; * you get help with your living expenses; * you enter a hospital or other institution; * you plan to leave the United States; * you move or someone moves into or out of your home; * someone who lives with you dies; * you or someone who lives with you has a baby, changes school attendance, or gets married, widowed, divorced, or separated; * your health improves while you're receiving benefits because of disability or blindness. It's easy to report a change. Just call Social Security at 1-800-772-1213. You should report the change within 10 days "after the month it happens. But remember, the sooner you report the change, the sooner Social Security can correct your check. Avoid overpayments--report changes right away! /agok Who New Wesley, Robert, Melanie, and Myndie are proud to an- nounce the arrival of a new baby sister. Miranda Lynn arrived at KRISTAL LEE HILL & DAVID LYNN llARWELL Engagement Announced iii Collingsworth General Hospital December 16,1991 at 9:35 p.m. She weighed out at 7 lbs 9 1/2 oz. and was 20 1/2 length. The proud parents are Ron and Melinda Miller of Clarendon, Texas. The proud grandparents are Nola Barker of Clarendon and Ruby Miller of Ardmore, Ok- lahoma. RMnnie Hill of Clarendon and r. and Mrs. Ray Pinnell of Ruidoso would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Kristal Lee of Clarendon to David Lynn Harwell of Albuquerque, New Mexico. David is the son of Jimmy and Charolette Harwell also of Albuquerque. iB i Hatle3 The bride-elect is a gradi I of the 1989 class of Clarendon 14 1 School, and recently gradu , -- -iSteve from Clarendon College. Sac t1 j to continue her education at ere University of New Mexico in A Iliad qucrquc. ] pO The gr(x)m graduated, ![ M Los Lunas High Schtxfl in 198 ficem attended Clarendon College]j_ et two years. He is now emplo. rai l_x)bo Inc. of Albuquerque. "t a The couple plan to bel ricd February 1, 17)2 at the CeI United Methodist Church in A! querquc, New Mexico. ASCS News t Farm Disaster Aid Approved i J The ASC Office has recently received notification of a $1.75 bi disaster assistance bill passed by Congress and expected to be sil by the President, that will provide disaster payments for those farmers suffered losses in 1990 or 1991. Details are sketchy at this time, b YES  appears that producers will be given the option to apply for a di | payment on 1990 or 1991 crops by farm. Sign-up dates will be annouJ . / at a later time and all disaster payments will be subject to a reduction ,  I amstill cleardr / national faax ........... ,..  aild'Uplslel 1 .......... 11 WheReat io  oL'imUe" to be available for- elbie pr I'm ttm only mrwu l through March 31, 1992. -'- -- " ...... I 1991 Feed Grain and Cotton loans are available for eligible prodt auUloriz(:l Kirby Dealer I through May 31, 1992. . / Conservation Program Funds Available In Donlt/, County. [ Donley County now has funds if you want to come in and mal -- -- -- i " I  ilri rNVV ] application for cost-sharing. Remember not to start the pract ce until ...... , ,,.n,m., | application is approved and you are notified by the ASCS Office. $3, and/or naair any make I tlie maximum, amount a person can receive in a fiscal year. [ Compdance rmns or model vacuum cleaner. I If you have bought, leased, rented, or crop ghared on a farm c . ..-- . I considering doing so, you need to immediately check with Soil Cons I am 811 aulllOllZtl [ tion Service about the conservation plan on the farm. This is very iml RtiiI Srvice C I because the conservation plan was formulated with the previous pro -- -"" I and stays with the land, regardless of the status of the new producer. also Amsoil and Shaklee I dealer and disldbutor, ii  John D. McVlcker I Frida Night, 119 Walleye" Hwardwick I Cajun Feastl . ()aT ,l Saints' Roost " o . I Slip snto ... when you install I s.wc. ==1 I Hall CounW Hospital I FOR I an electrsc heat pump. I YOUR I * Like your favorite slippers, an electric heat pump -- i I I Home Health Serv,ce keep00ou000000 , .... ,, when summer temperatures roll around, the I HEARING FOR YOU. i I Hospital Base to keep you cool and comfy. Plus i Ask For I, conditioner you 11 save money because a heat pump ', I FREE i I  Medicare Approved .bot00c00 rot00 I i So when you re building, Heanng buying, or just replacing your [i: I Be sure to visit our nxt I Skilled Nursing Care present system, consider the [ I Service Center: ! i .,,,,,, I ,| Smr Citlze.1104 E. 4th |I I I " Local Nurses t .,o....  [ I  I' ! NURSES ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY I ', ,N% i ] We Accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance A Member of The Central and South West System I l/,am," Hearing Aid| V Private Pay and Workman's Compensation Pay for an electric heat pump and its installalion ! Formerly Beltone   ForMorelnformatton on your electric bill with WTU s finance plan. I 2 7-B edi ca 1 D r  Contact Betty Chrbtian, Supervisor Call WTU for details, i ri]o 32-el  Call 1-800-274-6998 I I I B, , ,B. ,B B, ,lm, ,,- 4B ,1, ,, ,, lm, ., ,m ,. erst mch