Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 10
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Northw«»l Arkanwu TIMES, Wed., Aug. 9, 1972 FAYKTTIVILLI, APtKANIA* ' · · By Magazine Publisher Nobel Peace Prize For President Suggested - ,»y JOHN CDNN1FF ··,,, ; Business Analyst ,.N13W YORK (AP) -- Presi- cteftt Nixon for the Nobel Peace Prize?, i · A'proposal now being circulated is gathering thousands of , signatures,toward that end, nnd may^be included in a petition sent 1C Uie prize corrumUeo in Oslo, Norway. · Even 1 ' if il Isn't, the solic- ' Halion of slgnatuies is causing quite a flap in business and financial circles, where the.pro- posal was fiist ciiculatcd by Ihe magazine "Finance." Finance's publisher, Elizabeth . MacDonnld Manning, claims that in about one month after her proposal was made in the issue published July 5 she has received 3,486 concurring messages and just 29 dissents. FER01D STATEMENTS Many of the icsponscs are from prominent government and business officials, and some are accompanied by fervid statements. Among signatures claimed so far are G.'Keith Funston, ·Olln Corp. chairman, Arthur Bums. Federal Reserve chairman, and Sen. Strom Thurmond, D--S.C. bill' those dissents! Some might best remain unpublished, Ihe kindest 'of them being, "You've got to be kidding," aiid the more . sophisticated being constructed of words like "an unparalleled effrontery." Some suggested that Mrs. Manning, who once was a public relations executive and who lias a reputation for imagination and innovation, has self-interest at heart,; a thought she dismisses as too petty to .consider. Mrs. Manning, whose maga- zine Is widely circulated among 1 U.S. and foreign ; diplomats, bankers, finance officers, government, officials a n d money managers, claims the motivation is sincere. "He is building a lasting peace," she states. "What the world has witnessed tills year was the sudden conversion of an idealistic vision of peace into a more realistic version of working togelh- er instead of fighting wars," she wrote in her proposal. STHATEGY She explained later that In her view the President is carefully evolving a strategy of peace thai ties the world into a trading whole In which each nation' will benefit and each will have a stake in keeping the peace.- ' ' By implication, she suggests that American businessmen, having so much to offer, can only benefit, as Will the entire American economy through the opening of markets and Ihe introduction of new goods. Her peace prize proposal was first published in the June Issue bul since then has been reproduced widely. Another copy was published recently as an ad in the Wall Street Journal. Widows Aided WASHINGTON (AP) -- Six widows of U.S. Supreme Court Justices would receive a 100 per icnt increase In their annual pensions, to $10,001), under a bill approved by I ho House. Legislation to Increase the pensions oame after It wns revealed that Ihe pension limit of $5,000 was causing hardship for some widows. .The six widows who receive pensions arc Mrs. Hugo L. Black, G4; Mrs. Felix Frankfurter, 81: Mrs. Robert H. Jackson, 81; Mrs. ·'Sherman Minion. (J3; Mrs. Wiley Rutledge, 82; and .Mrs. Fred M. Vinson, 74. Tho House bill, approved Monday by a vole of 280 to 97, now goes to the Senate to be reconciled with a slightly different Senate version. Questions About Social Security ''Editor's Nolo'! This column Is a Joint offoi'l of 1 public service by the TIMES ami the Fnycl- tcvlllo Social Security Ad ministration office. Sum Mat thews, district mnnngor. Anyone h a v i n g ' n quoslloi about social sficm'lly Is Invitee to send It to the Norlhwos Arkansas TIMES 72701. AH In qulrlos must be signed am should Include nddress of send cr. Names will not be published By SAM. MATTHEWS Q. My husband gels a socln security check. I have alwuy been · a liouscwlfc »ml i hav recently become disabled. I an 56 ycnrs old. Can I receive benefits.based on my husband'; record? A. No. There is no provisioi n tha social security Inw tor \ doubled wife to receive :enoflls from her Imstmml's record. 0, I am Bolf-cmiiloyed, My wife iloos not work, Wo Ille our tux rcltirn' Jointly, Does she receive credit for social security the sumo as I d a ? A, No. Fllliii,' Jointly only keeps ·« Imsbimd nnd wife from completing Iwo tux returns and lias some Income tax advantage. Slie does not receive any social security credit from your earnings. . Q. Can my grandchildren receive social security benefit! on my record when I retire? I've raised them from Infancy. A. No. Only natural, adopted or step-children nre eligible To receive benefits on n parent's social security record, (J. 1 filed for Medicare when I was 65, bul I've never drawn any rcllremmii honvllU bucmiso I'v* conflnworllo work awl f.ntn loo much money. I'll lie 71! In 6 mon I lie. What da 1 Inivo tti ilo to got my monthly hcnotlls .ilnrtetl Ihon? 1 iniilcrslmul I can receive rciircmcnl licnollls utter I'm 72 rogiu'dloss of my ciiriilngs. A, No action on your purl Is required. Your payments will automatically slmi with .. tlio month yon reach age 72, You established your eligibility for benefits whon ygn applied for Medicare, but your monthly benefits linvo been In suspense because of your high earnings, Q. My ' h,us1mnd hccumo dhuMcd last tnontli. The doctor told- him that ho will not he i\blc to return to work within the next 12 months. Is there some type of program set uii b y ' social security to paj disabled persons? A. Yes. Social Security docs IIPIVO n diunbilliy prujtrmn. In orrtci' to nocomo clfijlblo for Ilicso ncmotllK, however, tlio Inw Htntes Unit « iwrson's (llmibltlly must le expected In lust for nt least 12 months or result In death, Q, I was (olil hy u nelfililior Hint If I kept up wllli my drug bills anil they wore moro than $5l n year I could get u refund from Modlcnre. Is this true'.' A. No. Drugs that live self- administered or Unit could bo self-administered a r c n o t covered under your Medicare insurance. '-· I PERSIAN ANTIQUES (all autlimtlo) : 807 2nd St. N.W. Bentonvillo, Ark. SAVE33%% on FinalSeason's CLEARANCE of Kuppenheimer, Botany Ratner, Clipper Craft and other famous makers ofMen's SUITS SPORT CCKTS Efforts Under Way To Provide Job Knowledge Efforts are under way to develop plans to.provide young adults ail opportunity lo gain first hand knowledge and get involved in career interest fields. This past week ah exploration c o m m i t t e e , working under guidelines suggested by the Boy Scouts of .America, met .with industry leaders to gain their support in-providing manpower as advisor?. The organizational commillee conducted a survey among students last year to determine if such a program would be of interest. The committee members currently'are Coy Kaylor Jr., H e r m a n Napier, Charles Stewart, Erwin Davis.Vand Coy Bennett. As the co-educational program develops membership will be expanded to include women arid young adults. ' TOPPING LIST The survey, listing general .career-fields, was geared..to male interests. Social work topped the priority list of students with 185 indicating an interest in further exploration. Next in line were medicine, 179; teacher-school work 162; m u s i c 143; sports administration IDS and aviation 101. Some 93 respondents listed an interest in the military: 89 In youth work.and 70 in the field of conservation. Sixty-one students indicated interest in accounting and art; 57 irr horsemanship; 53 in law; 52 in banking and investment and data processing; and 51 in architecture, dentistry and pharmacy. Personnel administration was the choice of 45 students; 44 i n d i c a t e d art interest in recreational programming and dramatics and 42 in natural sciences. ; Broadcasting and television attracted the interest of 39; animal husbandry. 37; communications 35 and auto mechanics and journalism 31-. Tsyenty-seven s h o w e d a n interest in purchasing and marketing woodworking and drafting; 26 'in transportation; 24 in law enforcement and electronics and construction; 23 in machinist work and electrician and 21 in seasmanship, chemistry, engineering and clergy. A total of 17 wanted to explore the advertising field; 16 agriculture; 12 government; eight marketing and sales and the fire department and rescue service operations and four graphic arts. VARIATIONS The survey also showed some marked variations in interest of students in the two school systems. Wide variations were noted in aviation with 39 in Fayelleville and 62 in Springdale. More Springdale youth were concerned with conservation with 47 indicating interest as compared to 23 in Fayetteville. An interest in military was expressed by 21 Fayetteville and 72 Springdale youths. Kaylor ' said implementation was expected this fall with 15 . to 16 posts established, including l a w - a n d - m e d i c i n e - a n d several general interest posts. Scared Hijacker PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- A hijacker who forced a Western Airlines jet to Algeria says he feels he and his female partner are the targets of a U.S.-di- rccted conspiracy and are living on borrowed time, the Portland Oregonian reported today. 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