Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 17
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
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No Voluntary Contributions To Qualify For Benefits Century Behemoth The giant sculpture ot a dhiu- it .stands on a mid-Manhat- saur, made from a variety tan biiewalk amid New York s of automobile parfs, looms ov- (jungle of skyscrapers. The er the heads of passerbys as dinosaur, extinct for eenlur- Mobile Lab At Batesville Dr . T.D. · Roberts, University ;6f Arkansas professor of chemistry. College weekend to was at Arkansas Balesville , lust set up the ·. UA · Chemistry Depart meat's.Moplie Spectroscopy Laboratory'on the campus there, The laboratory had been at Harding ; College since April 9. The ^laboratory contains a flame-ionization g a s - l i q u i d · chromatograph, and nuclear magnetic resonance, infraied ultraviolet-visible and atomic - a n d - mass spectrometers, equipment students in smaller -colleges normally never get to J.usc. It has toured colleges and v university campuses in Kansas '^and Arkansas this spring,' and -will . conclude the spring ; schedule a f (h e - College .of th t ·-Ozarks the wpek of April 23-30 ".' 'Financed with a grant of $193,000 from the National · S c i e n c e ' Foundation, the :Labcnlqry is a national pilot , project involving. 12 colleges. ! "When the L a b o rf a t o r y rreturns to our campus ,next month, it will get some ad- L .dtlional work, a new sign, an -inside paint job and more in- · stilation." Dr. Roberts safd. ii.This will be in preparation for · i (he laboratory's visit to the '^campus at the University of Candidate Defends Older Fee System tITTLE ROCK (AP) - Rob ert W. Brier said Tuesday the late. Secretary of State Kelly Bryant -followed legislative in tent 'when he charged out-ot stale firms a different 'in corporation fee From, that pau by .domestic companies! Brier, who formerly worket for Bryant, is : a candidate fo secretary of state. Br'ipt acknowledged that 19G5 : law said foreign corporations Would be charged th same fees · as .'domestic companies. However^ Ihe'1965 law conflicted with one/adopted in 1007,- which was amended 1939 and 1047, that set a s rate, specific fee schedule for foreign corporations, he said, 1 don t mean to pick fight'' 1 with Secretary o f . State George 0. Jernigan Jr., Brier said. Jernigan lias been doing an excellent job, Brier said. However, Brier, said . he did not like the implication thai Bryant hadn't done his job when Jeimgin s ml Mondiy that foreign corporations would start paying -the" s a m e ' f e e s as domestic companies in order to comply with the 1965 law J e r n i g a n estimated the change would bring $50,000 to ies, was recreated in a modern form by sculptor Jim Fray of Red Bank, N.J., and is displayed ^s part of t h e National Sculpture Society's annual show. (AP Wirephnlo) EDITOR'S - NOTE: This ! column is a joint effort of public service by the TIMES and Ihe FaycUeville Social Security -'Administration office. Mrs. Pat Smith, district manager. : Anyone having a question about social security is invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TIMES 72701. All inquiries must be signed and should include address of sender. Names will not be published. Q; I'm thinking about ap plying for monthly social secur ity retirement checks soon .1 it turns out thai I don't hav enough credits to .be eligible foi payments, will I be able lo pay whatever I'm short so I can get benefits? A. No, that wouldn't he poss ble. You can't voluntarily con ribute in order to qualify fo ocial security benefits. But yo an request a statement of you arnings from social securit jeforc you apply for retiremer aenefits. Then, if you find yo on't have enough earnings ere its to be eligible Eorimoulhl hecks, you may want to coi inue working until you do. Q. My mother and I K _onthly social security su ·ivors payments on my father earnings record. I'll be 18 whe graduate from tune and then I'm going i college. I understand i lontbly payments will contiru f I go to school Eulltime aftc 'm 18. When should I let soci security know that. I'm goin o college full time? A. Before yoM reach 18, you get a form in the mail from social security asking if you n to continue your education. You should answer all the ques- lions and return the form lo social security. Your monthly checks will continue until you're 22 if you go to school full time and remain unmarried. Q. My husband has been getting monthly social security disability payments for about 11 months. Is it true he can get Medicare protection .because he's disabled even though he's only 37? ' A. Your husband ! will be eligible for Medicare protection when he's been getting social curily disability checks for 24 onlhs. Since he's only been etting -benefits for 11 months, e won't be able to get Medi- are for 13 months. Social ecurity will get in touch with our-husband about bis Me (li- tre coverage shortly before lal time, Q. I get monthly social secur ,y retirement checks. I've just j c en offered a p art-time job. 'an. you tell me iE there has ecu any change this year in be amount I can earn without osing any of my benefits? A. Yes, in 1576, you can earn is much as S2.7GO without losing my of yo - .ir social . security benefits. But no matter how much you earn For the year, ou'll get your full payment for any month you earn $230 or ess. Q. I've been gctrJig monthly s o c i a l security retirement checks for a couple of years, but I didn't sign up for the medical insurance part of Medicare until this past January. Since then, I've received three social security checks but the premium for my medical-insurance hasn't been deducted. Should I polity social security of this? A. No,. Mr. A.G., you don' get in touch with socia security. Your medication insurance protection isn't' effective until July 1, so the firs premium will come out of your July social security payment. Game Commission May Drop Appeal M E N A , A r k . (AP) . -- The slutc Game and Fish Commission may be preparing to withdraw from an appeal of a suit that was filed by ciivironmch- ,alists'to halt the Cache River- Bayou DeVievv channelization project. Federal Judpp Oron Harris dismissed the suit March 22. William Lavender of Tcxar- kana, attorney for the environmentalists, told the commission Northwest Arkqnsat TIMES, \ Tuesday by telephone that lie planned to file a notice of ap- jyjat today.' The commission, however, said it didn't want its name on the appeal notice until talked, with Lavender face to face. Harris ruled the court-ordered .cnvironmcnlal impact statement on the Cache project, submitted by the Army Engi- V«L, ApriT 21, 1976 · 17 the National Environmental Policy Act. He also said tho Engineers decision to proceed, with the project was not "arbitrary and capricious." SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! Q. I'm 65 but I'm not going 0 apply [pr monthly socia iecn rity reti rement che cks fo 1 couple of years. I vas that when I do apply, m monthly - payments will higher ( l i n n ' i t I took Ihem a (35. But what about my wife Will her payments ,be higher loo. since she'll be geltln checks on my earnings record? -A. Your wife's monthly socia security payments will be base on yo'Jr average earnings whe you retire. Your own payment will be increased by one pe cent for each year -- up age 72 -- in which you con! have been gelling inonth social security checks but didn apply for them. - COLOR REPRINTS MLLERS PHOTO DRIVE-HI STORE WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. Open Daily 9:30-9:30 Closed Sunday Wisconsin at Madison Aug. for! the Chemistry Educators Conference. · At that time. Dr. RobcrLs will ''address the conference es- . p l a l n l n g t h e laboratory '·.'program: Later, at lly end of .August, Dr. Roberts will take Ihe laboratory to San Francisco ; for the 'national conference of , t h e American Chemistry ' Society. - ., l n ^September,' chemistry ..professors from cooperating schools in Kansas and Arkansas 'will return to the Fayellcvilte campus fo work out a schedue for the 1976-77 academic year. Damage Judgment Almost Minimal POTEAU, Okla. (AP)--The lawyer told jurors it really didn't matlcr whether Ibey re. turned "50 cents or the $25,000" ; James Tolbert was seeking In a damage suit. The main IninR, said the lawyer, was that Ihe jury lind in favor of his client, who alleged that former Polcau auxiliary -policeman Forrest Woods, now ·a Tulsa police officer, violated Tolberl's civil rights last October during an arrest on a public dnmkcncss count and a rou- .tine traffic violation. ' N i n e t y minutes after the r clos- , ing statements were made, Ihe . jurors fitfld back into the c'ourt- ' room with their decision in favor of Tolbert. The damaeo judgment :$1. $100,000 more annual in revenues to the state. NO HAPPY HELLO... ... li ever quite equal to Ihe warm welctmw extended to newcomers by ttie Welcome Wagon Hostess. Her smi fe may b# no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a workof art than a mere greeting . * . com* plete with · galaxy of gifts and helpful Information on schools, church**, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome .Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaitsyourcall at phon* 443-5438 or 442-6111 Tornodo Strikes BESSIK BEN, Tcnn. (AP) -A tornado which touched down briefly Tucsday^in Ibis Northwest Tennessee community destroyed Lwo mobile homes and ·injured 12 members of one family. 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