The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 30, 1939 · Page 5
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1939. WAGES COUNT FOR BENEFITS Workers Over 65 Years Of Age To Get Insurance Benefits. More than 2,756 men and women In the State of Maryland who reached age 65 during: 1937, 1938 and 1939, after working for some time in jobs covered by old-age insurance provisions, have received lump- sum payments from the Social Security Board. Despite the fact that they have already received such lump-sum payments, some of them can claim monthly benefits under the amended Social Security Act. Others not entitled to monthly benefits, by continuing to work, may become eligible later on. This statement was made yesterday by Mr. Charles E. Bailey, manager of the Field Office of the Social Security Board, who said that every effort is being made to inform workers 65 years of age or o.ver that they still have a chance to qualify for monthly benefits. In no case will such benefits amount to less than $10 per month; and once qualified, these older insured workers may receive regular benefit payments every month for the rest of their lives. Special consideration for older men and women is manifested in the provision which enables •, worker to extend his wage record beyond his 65th birthday and thereby .acid a little each month to his retirement benefits. "In other Avords," said Mr. Bailey, "the clause in the original law which excluded a worker after age 65 has been cancelled. Under the revised act, a worker may continue adding to his-. Avage record, year after year, as long as he keeps his job Avith an industrial or commercial concern. Now (beginning Jannary 1, 1939) commercial and industrial workers, even though they are 65 years old and have received lump-sum payments, are permitted to re-enter the system and again ava-il themselves of the financial protection of Government old-age insurance." In explaining changes in the act regarding elderly workers, this illustration Avas used: An insured Avorker Avho reached age G5 January 1. 193S, filed claim for payment of benefits; received his one check from the Social Security Board; Quizzed In Scalding FIVtf FINAL CLEARANCE OF James R. Hazzard, 30, playboy grandson of Lillian Russell, Broad- Avay toast of the Gay Nineties, was held in the death-by-scalding of his friend, Thomas Martinez. He is shown at New York police headquarters. The Cuban's body Avas found in a bathtub in the apartment shared by Hazzard and his mother, Dorothy Russell Calvit. Would Fight Kuhn kept his same job through 193S: and continues in such employment this year and next. His Avages during 1937. 193S. 1939 and 19-10 will be credited to his Social Security account, but his employment during 193S (after he reached age 65) Avill not count toward monthly benefits because at that time employment after age 65 was not covered by old-age insurance. A clause in the new law makes it possible for him to receive credit for Avages pah! to him in 'covered employment nfter January I, 1939, Avhethor he works one month or i.Aventy years nfter his 65th birthday. And the longer he Avorks the greater his retirement benefits Avill become. Capitol police stepped in when Representative Joseph Starnes (D- Ala) started, fists swinging, for Fritz Knhn. German American bund leader, at Dies committee hearing in "Washington. Uproar resulted when Kuhn denounced as a lie. Starnes' question Avhether bund doesn't propose Nazi government for U. S. HALTED BY WEATHER PORTSMOUTH, N. H., Aug. 30— A southeast storm that kicked up . li-eavy seas last night delayed surfacing of the submarine Squalus until Thursday morning. Salvagers predicted the storm would abate during the night and preparatory operations might be compel tod tomorrow. A church is being built in Southwick, Knglnnd, to the memory of mothers. Double-checked to assure accurate dosage always. St.Joseph GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN RADIOS REPAIRED All Makes — Reasonable Prices MONTGOMERY WARD *. CO. West Washington Street Caskey's Three New Loaves NOW AT YOUR GROCERS Printer Confesses He Killed Dancer LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30 (£>)—The college campus slaying of Anya. Sosoyeva. a dancer, as she was on her way last Fehnmry to appear in a play was believed solved last night by oUlcers. U. U. Blalock, deputy district attorney, said a former Waterloo, hi., printer. DeWitt Clinton Cook, who is 20 and married, has "confessed he killed her and that he attacked two other young women, all with a two-by-four inch, club. "I don't know exactly why I did it—about the ravishing. I mean,' 1 Blalock quoted Cook. "It was some kind of uncontrollable impulse. Passion, I guess. "But robbery was the reason 1 started out in each case. I wanted to get their purses. I thought women would be easier." Miss Sosoyeva. 2-1-year-old dancer and dramatic student, was bludgeoned as she walked across the Los Angeles City College campus to th-e auditorium, where she was to appear in a playlet. AUTOIST IS FINED Albert M. St. Glair, Elizabeth street, was lined $10 and costs yesterday for operating an automobile without a license, lie was*arrested by a Sheriff's otlicer. Northern Rhodesia plans to celebrate in 10-10 the centenary of David Livingstone's lauding in South . A frica. ® ADDITIONAL DAILY SERVICE to Frederick, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York Effective Thursday, August 31 New Daily Trip TO Bait. I.v. TlacrT«.<o« n "7:00 p. n>. Duil.% Ar. Vrederirk R:00 p. in. Daily Ar. BalHinore 9:."0 p. ni. Daily Ar. Philadelphia 1 :.V> :». m. Daily Ar. New York ,">:0r> a. ni. Daily | New Daily Trip FROM Bait. I.v, Ilaltirnore I0::;0 p. TII. Dailj direct r-onneetion* from New York and Philadelphia. Ar. I-Vederiok 13 midnight. Ar, llasrerstown 1:00 a. m. Dail\ DRESSES Thursday, Friday and Saturday Of This Week ON THE SECOND FLOOR Included in This Sale We Have AH the SUMMER DRESSES of Our Other Stores Thereby Assuring Our Customers the Most Complete Stock We Have Ever Offered. The entire stock of Summer Dresses to be offered in a FINAL CLEARANCE SALE. PLENTY OF LARGE SIZES. Cotton Dresses / Values $10.95 To $12.95 Group of Summer Dresses in Silk and Chiffon Pastel Shades, for Street and Evening Wear SALE PRICE Silk Dresses Values $4.95 and $8.95 Values $10.95 and $15.00 ON SALE Values $16.95 and $19.95 AUGUST FUR COAT SALE ENDS TOMORROW Final Clearance of Ladies and Misses Silk, Rayon and Cotton Dresses, In The Basement Entire Stock of Cotton House Dresses. All Regular $1.00 Values. Sale Price 50c Each Rayon and Cotton Dresses. Values to $2.95. Sale Price $1 00 Each Silk and Rayon Dresses. Values to $15.00 Sale Price Each c c c o ( ( ( QUALITY - RELIABILITY - ECONOMY For low fares and leaving time of 7 other daily trips telephone or visit TERMINAL No Approvals All Sales Final Hotel Alexander Building

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