This excerpt taken from the HBI 8-K filed Sep 5, 2006.
10.04 Missing Participants and Beneficiaries
While a Participant is alive, he or she must file with the Committee from time to time his or her own and each of his or her named Beneficiaries post office addresses and each change of post office address. After the Participants death, the Participants Beneficiary or Beneficiaries shall be responsible for filing such information with the Committee. A communication, statement or notice addressed to a Participant or Beneficiary at his or her last post office address filed with the Committee, or if no address is filed with the Committee, then at his or her last post office address as shown on the Employers records, will be binding on the Participant and his or her Beneficiary for all purposes of the Plan. Neither the Trustee nor any of the Employers is required to search for or locate a Participant or Beneficiary. If the Committee notifies a Participant or Beneficiary that he or she is entitled to a payment and also notifies him or her of the effect of this Subsection, and the Participant or Beneficiary fails to claim his or her Account balances or make his or her whereabouts known to the Committee within three (3) years after the notification, the Account balances of the Participant or Beneficiary may be disposed of in an equitable manner permitted by law under rules adopted by the Committee, including the Forfeiture of such balances, if the value of the Account is equal to or less than the administrative fees, if any, applicable to the Participants or Beneficiarys Account balance pursuant to Subsection 10.01.