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August 18, 1994 Security News GROUPS FIND SOME PEOPLE RELY TOO HEAVILY ON a message that apparently needs repeating--you can rely on Security for your retirement, but you shouldn't rely only on Security, according to Jim Talbot, manager of the Social Security at Amarillo. Talbot said that a recent series of focus group studies conducted by ! National Academy of Social Insurance found "deep disappointment" who said they had been led to believe that Social , itself would be sufficient to sustain them at the standard of living they were now living. "These participants had the notion that completely be replaced dollar for dollar by Social Talbot said. "That focus group experience points out the fact that we need to do We can to make sure everyone covered by Social Security understands to emphasize again and again that Social Security was never be the sole source of income in retirement. It is part of what always referred to as a three-legged financial stool. One leg is Security, another is pension income, and the third is personal savings "the Social Security manager stated. The National Academy of Social Insurance notes that "thinking about for retirement, knowing what one should do to save for retirement, taking the steps to adequately save are three very different Only a little more than half of all people indicated that they were for retirement." Also, fewer than 59 percent of all employees participants in an pension plan. for one reason or another,'talbot said, "the three-legged stool SUddenly become a agle peg upon which people are hanging all of t dreams." Statistics show that Social Security is the only source of income for 14 ' beneficiaries and constitutes 90 percent of more of the another 26 percent. "We want to shrink those numbers in the future," Talbot said. "One t to do that is to get people to begin planning early for retirement. A first step is to contact Social Security and request a Personal Earnings Estimate Statement. just call 1-800-772-1213 and ask for more this helpful form for retirement planning,." SECURITY PUBLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE ON gbt glartnben .tWe Sodal Security Admini.tration now makes its most popular available to users of online information services. On the publications are posted in the Retirement Living (Go Retire). agency produces more than 100 publications in English Spanish on the Social Security retirement, survivors and disability and on Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for or disabled persons. The Social Security Administration on the Retirement Living Forum contains about 20 of the most including a Spanish-language publication. The forum is managed by the SPRY Foundation, a non-profit committed to developing community-based education and PRY seeks to strengthen seniors' control foster intergenerational understanding and cooperation, enable those who are not yet seniors to establish their retirement M part of its services to members of the Retirement Living forum, Security will provide a speaker at online conferences at least once tarter and will post general replies to frequently asked forum a "FAQ" question-and-answer library file. Social Security's presence on CompuServe reflects a government- effort to make more information and services available to the public electronic means. The agency is also negotiating with other to use its publications. Also, Social Security has expanded it Internet services at its national This service, called "Social Security Online," distributes statistical tables and other documents through the Internet. index of available documents, address an Internet message message "send index " (without the quotes). receive the index by return E-mail. The agency maintains a toil-free telephone number, 1-800-772- to reply to individual inquiries about Social Security benefits and Lines are busiest early in the week and early in the month, so ff business can wait, it's best to call at other times. Some services are at night and on weekends and holidays to users of touch-tone I Report Texas Parks & Wildlife )artment reports that at Greenbelt Lake is good. ter is clear, 76 degrees, 5 below normal level; bass good to 6.75 and largemouths good to ounds, both on large rain- sand bass fair add late on artificials; crap- good on water dogs and Report 8-2-94 Mark Miller, NWTH - Medical -2-94- W.W. Ashcraft, to St. Anthonys VIedical 8-2-94 - Raymond Winkle, - Mrs. H. Rodgers, to AERC - Medical 8-5-94- Mollie Dickson, Iported to Hall County - Mike Smith, Trans- from Hall County Hospital Hospital - Medical -6-94 - Ken Shelton, to AERC - Trauma -7-94 Ruth Fraser, to AERC - Medical - Mrs. Kennth Coun- - Medical 11-94 - Mollie Dickson, from Hall County to Medical Center Nurs- Medical - L.E. Thomas, No - S.J. Tolbert, No Frances McCord, Dr. Clime, Back to Medical - S.R. McAnear, to AERC - Medical Hedley Senior Citizens Menu Thursday - Baked Ham, Turnips & Carrots, Fried Okra, Cantaloupe, Chunks, Lemon Cream Pie, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday - Turkey & Dressing, Giblet Gravy, English Peas, Cream Corn, Fruit Salad, Cake w/Choco- late Topping, Roll, Mill Tea, Coffee Monday - COd Fillet, Onion Rings, Mix Greens, Coleslaw, Sliced Peaches, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee Tuesday - Roast Beef, Baked Potato, Black-eyed Peas, Apricot Cobbler, Wheat Roll, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee Wednesday - Chicken Strips w/Gravy, Tater Tots, Glazed Carrots, Watermelon Pieces, Lemon Cake, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Current Events Thursday - Games 1 - 3 p.m., Dance Praaice 7 p.m. Friday - Games 1 - 3 p.m., Games 7 p.m. Monday - Games 1 - 3 p.m., Musical 7 p.m. Tuesday - Games 1 - 3 p.m., Games 7 p.m. Wednesday - Games 1 - 3p.m. US. Oepsrtrnent of lmsportaton DRUNK DRNING DOESN'T JUST KILL DRUNK DRIVERS. Alonzo Drake, killed 3/17/91 at I0:53pm on Robbins Rd., Harvest, AL. Next time your friend insists on driving drunk, do whatever it takes to stop him. Because if he kills innocent people, how will you live with yourself?. MOTOR COMPANY HIGHWAY 287 CLARENDON. TEXAS BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLET - GEO PONTIAC" - CADILLAC - GMC TRUCKS CLAUD ROBISON HOME PHONE 806-874-2785 CHAMBERLAIN MOTOR CO. Clarendon (806)874-3527 HllEhway 287, East .,dllo 376-9041 Clarendon, Texas 79226 Texas ATS (000)692-4088 Obituary Garland H. Gardenhire Garland H. Gardenlaire died Sunday, August 14, 1994, in Mem- phis, Texas. He was born October 4, 1904 in Wylie, Texas. Services were held Tuesday at the United Methodist Church in Hedley. In- terment followed at Estelline. A long time farmer in Hall County, he was a resident of Hed- lcy during his recent years. He is survived by his wife Grace of Hedley and three children: a daughter Erma Dean and husband John Waters of Abilene and their children Emory, Johnna Dean and Melody; son Gene and wife Susan of Albuquer- que and their children Terry, Gayle and Alan; and son Charles and wife Sue of Las Cruces, N.M. and their son Ken. He was preceded in death by his daughter Billie Ruth. Other survivors include a sister Erma Jackson of Amarillo, fifteen great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Page 5 Back to S.chool Specml 1 Zena Jeans 25% Off til 8/20/94 Checkout Our Great Looks for Falll Tanning Special 10 Sessions for $20.00 Cash Summer Expires 8/31/94 SdeCertm The Nook 80"/. Off in Savings Downtown Clarendon Open Mon-Sat 874-3335 PRICES EPIOTIVE August 17-A'ugust 23 Clarendon 5umrner End 5avin00ls! ALLSUP'S AN EGG, & BISCUIT FOR ONLY NEW M "ALL PURPOSE" RUSSET POTATOE= 10 LB. 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