Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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TWELVE as they might, they couldn't locate a fire. Local firemen, how OGDEN, Utah Jf — One hot bis Dut-ant residence. Durant LOANS! » not ut tout tout •* t« b iointment ippointment for th*«»h. Phone today Utm «p t» SM en MiMtim, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNBSBAX, JULY 3,1958 Your Money There's No Reduction For Widow at 62 BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. if B.V t). B. OALLAOIIER (Q) "In your opinion, is it fa ; r for a divorcee to receive less Social Security at age 62 than do some widows? For instance: A woman with several children had to divorce her husband after he left her with the children. Later at 62 she gels less Social Security than does some other woman as a widow who had no children and who may qualify for a greater amount although the earnings may have been the same." K.R.L. (A) It is not my job to give Shipman Couple Observes 35th Date of Wedding SHIPMAN — Charles Modlin Mr. and Mrs observed their of the guest book. Gifts and flowers were receiv- d from guests. Pvt. Charles Modlin of Ft. Leonard Wood was iresent to help his parents celebrate. Attending Vmith Camp SHIPMAN- — Local members JHERE'S NO PARKING TICKET fOR YOU! when wt deliver DIAL 2-2832 or 2-2762 FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 230 EAST IROADWAY 351 h open opinions at;out the Social Secur- Hy regulations, but to explain what they mean to you. O n ej nooni thing is clear, my friend, you ar all mixed up. The only way a woman as eith er a divorced wife, or a widen who was divorced, can be aware ed benefits from her husband' account, is by having minor o disabled children of ilie hiisbnrv under her care, and the childre must be eligible for benefits fron Ihe father's account. Under such conditions, if ther are no disabled children of an; wedding anniversary with hotJse at the Dorchester age. wher the youngest chil reaches 18, the mother is no long er entitled to any benefits fron such an award. She does not re ceive benefits as either a wife o a widow, but as a mother wit children under her care. Where you are no doubt con fused is in the regulations on per sonal credits. A widow, a wife o a single woman 62 or older wit enough Social Security carne credits in her own right, must ar cept a reduction in her benef credits for accepting before ag 65. A dependent wife eligible fo benefits from her husband's ac count must also accept a reduc tion for accepting benefits at 62. But a widow at "" is not re quired to take a reduction in he widow's credits from her de ceased husband's account. An again, any credits due from he own account will be subject to reduction unless she is 65 at in ALL STORES AIR-CONDITIONED P. N. HIRSCH & CO Big Conveniently Located Stores! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ALL STORES OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P. M. Alton Plaza Shopping Center 1800 East Broadway Downtown Wood River 48 E. Ferguson, Wood River Wilshire Village Shopping Center East Alton North Alton Shopping Center North Oelinar—Alton GREAT ftAVlHGS IN EVERY DEPT.I Gay Colorful CASUALS Regular $1.99 Misses' 13 te 3 Tots' 4 to 8 Rubber Sol. PLAY SHOES for all ages. $455 Any mm Pairs Men's First Quality WORK PANTS Wide assortment of fabrics—including Twills, Pucks and Drills. Variety of Colors. SIZES 30 THROUGH 34 CHOICE $000 ,.„ GIRLS' T to 14 JAMAICA and Regular Length SHORTS SI .99 Value • Solids • Plaids • Checks oo Huge assortment of smartly-styled ts . . . any length you want! leys' 6-14 SPORT SHIRTS Washfast Canons with short sleeves. A real value at $ | 00 Drest and walking sheers ... 60 or 51-gaugei. "Magic Touch" First Quality NYLONS '" $100 Women's Sleeveless COTTON SHIRTS our low price Stripes Plaids • Solids • Prints Washable PLAY SHORTS Sites 2 to 8 in solid or pattern cottons. Sanforiied. Handsome Cellar Style Men's KNIT SHIRTS $1.98 Values . . . TEE SHIRTS Knit to fit, designed for comfort . . . built for action! Wide variety. For sports, work, leisure wear Solid colors. Pocket. Kiddies' Red or Blue Rubber Sole CANVAS OXFORDS ,$100 With full cushion iMoto. $1,99 valuer Stetift* 13. BRIEFS or UNDERSHIRTS Men's and leys' Sites 00 for Your choice of fine cotton knit underwear for men and boys at a worth, while saving. DENIM JEANS • Siies 4 to 14 Western t Siies 4 to 12 with double knee for BOYS' 4 -12 POLOS 2 Wi$ 1.00 6001 AND COMFOITAIU, EASY Te WASH. STUPES Men's Short Sleevt SPORT SHIRTS Sanforiied Waihfeit CettMl t Patterns end solldi Wlds toltctiM $ 4 00 Men's S-M-L I Lutheran Church Sunday after- Seventy friends and rela- ives attended from Gillcspie, Blinker Hill, Dorchester, Plainview and Shipman. Members of the Ladies Aid of he church served refreshments. The couples' two daughters, Charles Keck, and Mrs. man Wolff, assisted with gifts. Mrs. Esther Suhling, Mrs Northe sister of Mrs. Modlin, was in charge time of application. (Q> "I will be 52 this coming July and mp.y accept my option to retire in October of this year. Since 1952 I have been earning 155,500 a year. With no further earnings, what will I draw at 65?". ' M. H. S. (A) You will need 40 quarters of coverage for monthly benefit credit at age 65, in July. 1971 Unless you were under Social Se curity coverage before 1952, the most you can have to your credi Will be 28 at the end of 195^. If you have had previous coverage, we will need your tota covered earnings f ( r o m 193' through 1950 together with 1951 earnings before an estimate o: your 65-year-old monthly benefit credits can be figured. A reader writes: "I have your IT'S YOUR MONEY Social Security Booklet and I wouldn't take $5 for it if I couldn t get another one." For a copy, send 35 cents in coin (no stamps) to Social curity Booklet, Alton Evening Telegraph, Box 344, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N.Y. (© 1958, General Features Corp.) Shipmait SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shultt and family are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W e 1 s e y Emery, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Gerald Rhodes and fam of the Intermediate Youlhji'y of Oilleapie visited Monday fellowship of the Methodist! 1 " 'he Roy Baker home. Sunday :hurch left Monday to attend aWnner guests in the Baker home Littlel w ' ere : Mr. ar| d Mrs. Richard Kd sail and family. Mr. and Mrs. inissy near Carbondali\ Rev. Craig Dillman, R p v. Chailes McNelly. Marsha Kay and Jerry Halliday, Linda Sawyer. Tom Skaggs. Tom Berk- Alan Bullman and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Cromwell and ham, and Larry Gillespie werej er Hill; Mr. and Allen and family, family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pitman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Phillips and son of Rushville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Kuel Jacobs and Mrs. Carroll Murphy of Columbia, Mo. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Jacobs. Guests over the Fourth of July will be Mr. and Mrs. John Se- vior and Mr. John Sevior Sr., ot Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kim- brough and Gail' of Alton: Me. and Mrs. John Sussfen, Mrt, Vera Gumm and sons of Vandal. ia; Randy Joe Heyen of Gilles* pie and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wadsworth of Carlinville were Sunday guests in the Thomas Huddleslon home. Mr. and Mrs. William Bosley of Springfield were Sunday guests / of Miss Rose Dooliri. safety committees, gov. ernment-sponsored have been set up in most Northern Ireland communities, Belfast report*. Mrs. Gene Medora; Mr. taken to the ramp by Mr. Mrs. Emmeft Hall. ramify Rrnnlnn ,'and Mrs. Donald Allen ancl and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thomas and sons, Mr. and Mrs. SHIPMAN - A family minion DBrre ,, A] , Mrs E( j ith Tho . was hold in Ihe Community park w and A , bert A]len a ,| o[ shjp . Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hart of Engelwood, Calif., and Mr. and Mr';. Robert Matlack of Cleveland, Ohio, by members of the Allen family. Otfler guests were: Mr. ancl Mrs. Oral Howard and family of Illiopolis; Mr. and Mrs. John Frey, St. Jacobs; Mr. and Mrs. Giles Raymond and sons, Bunk- DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Iman. PICNIC IICIM ON CRIAMOTfS PACRAGI WE GRIND OUR OWN -IN ALTON C. J. (Chuck) Heitz Your lenses are ground in Alton when you have your eye glass prescription filled at Heitz Optical. Immediate Service on Lens and frame Repairs ... No Waiting. Edward P. Parkes FOR EXPERIENCED, SATISFYING, PERSONAL ATTENTION... 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