Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 22, 1956 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 22, 1956
Page 7
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MONDAY, OCTOBER-22, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN IPs Your Money Wife's Checks Go Up When Husband Dies fly Jl. B. (iAI (Q) "My husband $78.of) monthly Serial Securityj chocks. I have enough credits! In my own right for monthly i benefits of $-12.50 at HIP ace n( > 65. If I die, will my husband receive anything from my Social Security credits? At Ki, if we are both living, will I receive what I have coming and one- half of his? Then if he dies after I reach 63, will my credits from his account be increased | to three-fourths ol his monthly j amount?" j Name withheld. (A> Because you Ho not sive your present age. your question is hard In answer. Jn your pnr- ticiilnr rase, at any ai;e over f>2, Social Security monthly benofils. should be due ymi from your own | accnunl. These should be for Stt.rjfl less five-ninths of 1 JMTI cent lor end] month you lack »l; being 65. However, you miisl tic; at least 61' before being eligible; for any beneliis. I Credits from your husband's BC-J count would also tie con«iclered in' figuring your to!;U benefit":, but in; jour case, unless there in some rhans;e, it dues not look like your, husband's credits would increase' your own check-;. Their is no ru>. at 62 or (u or any aye, say-, ing that a wife MTMVPS benefits' from her own credits plus ball her hiishaml's bencliK. If youro husband ilic'S and you arc *t leaM 61' •<> ti"> iim>'. >'•»» monthly checks would Hr incre»scd so as to equal VvV*, thi 1 monthly nmoiisU due you us a Mir\i\or Valurtbln Lincoln I Collection Given \ Hi-sloricalLibrtiry- SPRINGFIELD — The gloves, Abraham Lincoln i< beliPvprt loj have 1-arriod (lip night ho tvasi assassinatod, 12 lot lots by Maryj Todd Lincoln, srvon of the vrry rare lollors by hor sislrr. Mrs. Ninian \V. Kdwards. and 66 lot- tors by Illinois Son. David .L Rnkor Sr.. aro annum thp P,al;or-< Kfluviriis family pafx-rs nnil nu 1 -1 monlops uivon .Sninicfjiv to HIP! Illinois Stiitf Ilistoriral Librfiry. Tlio fill VVHS made by Philip H. Hakcr nf l'ax,-|,|i n;i. falif.. ro- hrfd U.S. Navy < niniiiHtulor and jjM-iil Ki'aii(l-nc|i|ii<\v of Abraham Hiid Mary Todd Lincoln, f'nrn- in'ttidfr Hiikfr also i? a groat- yi'I'HI-^I aiulson of Ninian Kd- uwrd''. Illinois' first govornor. am! of Sen. Brikcr. Ci\n'<> (.,'. \\alton, Illinois stair of th<- coiit'ction. said lhat "it. i< an invjilnalilo addition to !ho Li- biary's 01 initial nianusri ipls dfabiiK M'lth Illinois historj". Sonio of tli-'sc li'Ui'is \viil throw iu'\v !;i;iil on cr-riain [ihaso? o! tin 1 Liu'-oifi fannlv's aclivi'iifs." I'-tli'i^. he said, v.'iil he on exhibit in HIP Lincoln Kootn of Ihe, Ili-turiial Liluaiy, bf-mnnin? i NEW 2EALAKO M.f. OUT OP TRAINING J. Barnes, New Zealand's mile find cross-country champion in 1932, has slowed up, his colleagues arc- telling him. Now a Member of Parliament, in Wellington, Barnes was talking to a friend outside when he heard the bells warning that another vote was to be taken on capital punishment. lie sprint-j ed for the lobby floor •-- to find t it locked in his face. Behind it. the Government lost an amend- i rnent bv one vole. | j Monday. ; The gloves, which are hand-, made of white kid, size S'i. are. as soft as when they were in; use. Accompanying them is the • business card of K. L. Baker Jr., ? as city cdilor of the 'Illinois Stale j Journal of Springfield, on the! hack of which is written, "Lastj pair of cloves A. Lincoln wore, j Were found in his pocket after j the murder." This note is signed i "K. L. Baker Jr." i Add an egg yolk and & little lemon juice to a cup of medium cream sauce for something good and rich to serve over wgelables. Slowly beat the hot cream sauce info the slightly bealen fgj> yolk, then stir in the lemon juice. TESTED REFINING TECHNIQUES * Antlvsesof gat and plant can he rtiade tavitf and more luunicly bv i^e of mass spec- ttomcter and intraifd iptctropho- lomciet. One ictincn greatly truTMSfd »ork output with I dfcrnse in manpower. * Cat cricket turnarounds... i<te*t for speeding operations, including use of labor-iaving device*, nfl smooth out the procedure * For detail* of thcst techniques, read.. Ottobet 22 i^sut The Oil and Gas Journal Published every Monday in Tulso widow. Then if you remarried, tii*" wul- n-A'A bcrif'lits would b«> canrfifd. but your benefit check would con- tunic from your own account. (Qi "I a;n .workin.s? under civil iijiTice; however. 1 am i" an outside job and Social Security tax is deducted from my weekly wages. I om ?-S. H I continue to work on this outside .fab. on reaching the age at which I will be elejjible for Social Security benefit*, will my rivJJ irrvict peasion ttlect niy Social Security?" T. B. B. (A) At your age, you will need 40 qutrter* of coverage for Social S«curtty benefit* at 66. For survivor benefJU in case of your death, you now need to your credit 11 quarters, and up until you have to your credit 40 quarters, you uiunt add to these 11 quarter* two quarters for each additional year. Example: Say you have just 11 quarters. If. you earn four additional quarters in 3957, you will be injured lor iurv1vor benefits up to tin end of 195$. Social Security benefits will not b« tflected by civil service, nor will civil sen-ice benefits be affected by Social Security coverage. Important points are explained by D. B. Gallagher in his newly revised Social Security booklet including th« Social Security Amendments of August 1956. Send 25 cents to coin (no stamp** to SS Book, Alton Evening Telegraph, Box JU, Grand Central Station, York 17, N. Y. (Copyrt«h(. O««*r»l Corp.) SW Schedules Journalism Lectures Nov. 7-9 CARBONDALK — Charles Henry Campbell, director of the British Information Service branch In Washington, IXC., will be the first Elijah P. I-ovejoy lecturer in journalism for 3956-57 at Southern Illinois ('Diversity. according 1o Dr. Howard R. LOUR, chairman of the SIU journalism department. Campbell will be on the SIU campus Wednesday through Friday, Nov. 7-3, lecturing to journalism classes and meeting informally with students at coffee sessions. . On Thursday, Nov. 8, he will •peak at 10 a.m. freshman convocation in Shryock Auditorium «nd at a "ladies right" meeting of the Carbondal* Rotary Club. British trains will be painted maroon. The$t Men Can Bring Vou Bolter Uuarun John W. Leonder Saaolont ComulUnl Roy L. Delhi Bonolou* Con«ult»p| WEAR YOUR THEEARI MlHHf ll tH lin IDTtlllt II til H WR8 ftni Hi net IUIHIIG H 111 m m mwiJT *oofi.'.7r SON01ONE OF ALTON 105 VT. 3rd Phone S-8821 FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING Movie Films, Slides, and Pictures IN THIS AREA Sent DIRKCT (o Eastman Kodak DAILY BRING YO17R FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 E. BROADWAY DIAL 2-3832 Oprii Fvcry Nlte Till 10 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday SPECIALS! DINING CAR COFFEE l-lb. Can 89 WITH COUPON Kroger Enriched BREAD Tastes Better! Toasts Better! ' 2 ~ 39' FLAVOR-RICH, FROZEN KROGER COUPON 3Brmnapnqg DINING CAR COFFEE Mb. Can 89 With This Coupon Coupon eipirei Wed., Oct. Uth, 1956 CUBE STEAKS 2-88 Try This New Easy-To-Fix-Tnat «t This Lew Introductory Price! C LEAN, MEATY Pork Steaks Lb. KROGER COUPON Flavor-Rich Frozen CUBE STEAKS 2-Lb, Pkg. With This Coupon Coupon expires Wed., Oct. 24th, 19A6 U, S. No. I SIZE "A" WHITE POTATOES U, S. No! I FLORIDA DUNCAN. 64 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 2 For HELP US WIN Our Big Sales Contest OCT. 22 THROUGH OCT. 27 lh Mr. Get our FREE 10-Point Winter Safety Check It's Fill 'er Up Week at our Sinclair Dealer station. Our big gasoline sales contest- between other Sinclair Dealers is under way. How about stopping in to help us win? When you do, we'll put you on the list for our FREE Winter Safety Check. Just drive in and ask us to Fill 'er Up with New Power-X with X-Chemical. New Power-X with X-Chemical is sure to make your car a winner. Tests proved it does what no other gasoline ever did before. By eliminating power-robbing engine deposits, it increases power—cuts operating costs as you drive. Drive in. Fill 'er Up as often as you can with New Power-X with X-Chemical. STOP IN AT ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE STATIONS LISTED BELOW! Sinclair's Great New Power Discovery NEW POWER-X with X-CHEMICAL B & H SERVICE STATION f Dealer in Sinclair Products Madison and Poag Streets South Roxana, Illinois Phon« 4-7259 BALLARD'S AUTO SERVICE STATION CLIFF & BOB BALLARD Service Station Prairi« St. and Highway 140—Beihalto Phone DUdley 4-9191 KENNEDY'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products Route 140—Meadowbrook Phone Dudley 4-4597 Dealer in Sinclair Products Milton Road and Mayfield—Alton Phone 2-6352 BOB and DELS SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products Belle and Rozier, Alton Phone 3-9706 DABBS' SERVICE STATION M & M SUPER SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products Sixth and Edwardsville Road—Wood River Phone 4-7133 SHOTT'S GARAGE Dealer in Sinclair Products 530 North Delmar, Hartiord Phone 4-7240 Dealer in Sinclair Products Cottage Hills. Illinois Phone 4-3013 DOOLEY'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products 9th and Belle Sts.—Alton Phone 3-9692 GALE'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products College and Main Sts.—Alton Phone 3-9860 HARROD'S OARAGE Dealer in Sinclair Products 243 South Sixth—Wood River Phone 4-6421 SMITTY'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products 9th and Airline Drive, Rosewood Heights Phone 4-7232 STRATTON'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Products 446 South St. Loui* Road—East Alton Phone 4-7246 IVAN MAPLE Supplier ol Sinclair Products Hartiord. Illinois Phone 4-4121 HENRY'S SERVICE STATION Dealer in Sinclair Product* 4th and Ridge St.—Alton Phone 3-9696 DONALD RAY Supplier oi Sinclair PrgductH Bunk.r Hill, Illinois Juniper 5-4675, 5-4585

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