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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 4

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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4 · W*d., May 75, 1974 Questions About Social Security Editor's Note: This column is a ioint effort of public ser- vice'hy Hie TIMES and the Fayetlevillc Social Security Administration office. Mrs. Rose Newsome, district manager. Anyone having s question about social security in invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TRIES 72701. All inquiries must bo signed and (should include address of sender- Names will not be published. Q. My wife and I together receive approximately $280 a month social security. How much will it. be increased? Are we eligible for the Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? A. The check yon received on April 3. should have been for about J299.60. which represents a 7 per cent increase. Your check due July ! will add 4 per cent (about ?12). You and your wife are not eligible for SSI because your social security check (defined in the law as "earned income") is too high. When "earned income" for a couple living in their own household is $230 » month or more. triers can be no eligibility for SSI. Q. Our prescription d r u R s cost iis about $S4 a month. I am 72 and my wife is 67. Our social security check is less than $300 a month. I have heard t h a t social security would help with the d r u g bills, hut I've never found the "helper". A. Prescription drugs are not covered by Medicare unless you are in the hospital, or in a participating skilled nursing facility and you are a covered Medicare patient. I am sure you have read in the papers and heard on radio or TV t h a t hills were introduced in Congress to cover prescription drugs. NOUL of these have become law. Q. My husband was irisorec under Ixilh Railroad Retiremenl and Social Security Retiremen and was receiving a Railroad annuity and Social Security benefit prior to his death would Hke to know why monthly survivor benefits cannot be paid on both accounts? A. The law requires that rail road retirement and soda security credits be combiner for payment of survivor here fits. Payment is made by either (he Railroad Retirement. Board or Social Security, not by both. Normally, if a worker was receiving a railroad retirement annuity, the Railroad Retirement. Board will pay widow's (or other survivors) benefits a f t e r combining the t w o records. The law provides for reimbursement to the Railroad Retirement Trust Fund for the Social Security Trust Fund, if social security pays), to pay for the assumption of payment responsibility based on the combining of the two records. Q. I reached ago 72 in January, 1074. and I expected an increase in my social security check. My check was not increased. Why? A. Age 72 is a factor only if you are working. Beginning with the month you are 72. you can work and earn any amount of money and still get your check. Also, your benefit is increased by one percent for each year after age 65 and up to age 72 in which you received no benefit* because of work. If you have continued to work at a wage or self-employment income level too high to receive b e n e f i t s , y o n will start receiving approximately 107 percent of your basic benefit at age 72. Actually, it will be considerably higher than your benefit would have been had you stopped working at age 65. This is because of the higher earnings covered by social security in recent years. Schafer Leaves On Lecture Tour Dr. Lothar Schafer. associalc professor of chemislry at the Unirersily of Arkansas, has left en a lecture tour of Europe. The UA professor wtl] speak at the University of Manchester and the University of Sheffield in England, and at Ihe University of Delft and the University of Leider in The Netherlands. Dr. Schafer also has been invited to present a seminar later for the Monsanto Company in St. Louis. All of Dr. Schafer's lectures will be concerned with some of the recent results of his research at the University. His research interests are in the area of structural chemistry. Dr. Schafer joined Ihe UA in 1969 after spending one year as a research associate at the University of Indiana. A native of Dusseldorf, West Germany, he receiver! his Ph.D. from the University of Munich. Faubus To Attend Open House In City Orval E. Faubus. former governor and candidate for (he D e m o c r a t i c nomination t o governor this year, will attend an open house in his honor Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at th« Fauhus headquarters. 1204 S. School St. Faubus will be on hanrl la answer Question.? from the news media. Hostesses for the reception are Mr«. Norman Burnett and Mrs. Ronald Glenn. Tbi public » invit*J to atUod. Arlramai TNMflL Wed., May 15, 1974 · I Get Discount Prices Plus Many Extras at This Low Price Every Prices Effective Thn Saturday, May 18 at Vour Fiyelteville, Springdale and Sitoam Springs Safeway Stores. THE BEST TO YOU... EACH DAY FROM SAFEWAY! Oar buyers work diligently, gathering the finest foods from near and far, so that you wiM find the best each day at Safeway. You get the season's excellent fruits and vegetables at money-saving prices. We bring you top quality, tender meats with excess fat and bone removed before weighing. Safeway's the place to choose from a remarkable variety of all the foods you want for your family's eating pleasure. And save money every day! Fryers USDA Grade 1 A' Whole, Meaty Fancy Fryers! Always A Family Favorite! Why Pay More? lb. Day at Your Safewoyi 39 Pick Up Several for Your Freezer! LARGE EGGS Breakfast Gems, Grade 'A' Safeway! Round Steak FINEST MEATS IMDA Choice Beef Round Steak Chuck Roast USDA Choice Beef Chuck Blade Roast...Compare The Famous Safeway Trim! ! Smoked I Hams i Meaty Tender Shank Portions FuRy Cooked 7-8 Pounds Weight Range Water Added Full Quarter Pork Loins Sliced for Meaty Chops Pork Loins Ground Beef Re9 "° rGri " d Lb. 98 CATFISH STEAKS 99* Fresh Water Catfish Big Buyl.Lb. FRESH PRODUCE Strawberries THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY I 10W, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY H THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY SAVE AT THESE IOW PRICES LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Cokftrook Solid Pack Luscious, Sweet Berries .^ Fresh From Arkansas Fields! Faf 'em by the Bowl/aft Quart .... Bosket 69 FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES Red Delicious Apples O , $ 1 Honeydew Melons [f from Woshmgted W IDS. I . _ , Orange *«!_ !tt 97' Fm£ y Bflnanas X -OW icod! ,dy to Eol! ...... Fancy Raisins T ^ ~.. 6'!^ 59 C Avotados S,^^±l ...... Volcanjc Rock 0 ^ ..^ $ 1.79 Artichokes Michigan Peat Fertilizer v, e nty r:Red Low Mmd....... ..«. 69' ..u.J5c .. i. 49 C 3*,M Grapefruit ^tJ 50i $ 3.49 Fresh Cabbage £TM, n Heads Lb. 14 C Fresh Corn Golden Sweet Com ... Ml Ears! $ For Buy Several at this Saieway Low Price! m ... rm 8 I Ouriied or Onmta , Margarine Fruit Drink Pineapple Fruit Cocktail El .,, ^ Razor Blades SeWek Double Edge 4-Ct. Twin Modes. Low Pri«d .,,,. Pfcj. 1-lk 9Jt . Pkf. ·*/ Save On These Bel-air frozen Fovoptesf Truly 3 01,14-di. j| r«i I 3 I5M-OI. SI T«B I · Cut Green Beans · Limas · Chopped Broccolr^Grt Corn · Mixed Vegetables · Blackeye Peas li · Cut Corn 51 wsfe* Paper Towels Com Flakes So " WQ) ' 17«l. B.I, Vienna Sau " 9 ° Codet Brand . Margarine 1 Ctnol Potted Meat *·"·" Delidow H * . H*. .ow Priced Post Toastems P Iced Tea Blend ] Jwnfao Pies \ Potatoes UnaCa " md Aworted .«** SKocstrfng . .... "£ 47' Tomato Soup 5 ...... *I:63 C Baby Formula £55' Peanut Butter 8'r 1 *! Gelatins it Houie SWA Brand ... 3 r£ 69' Fleischmonn's Soft 8 'Vt* $1 Candy Bars "? 38 C MM Mars Bars .... ",*: · » · · · · I HI «*** .! s i M.39 Hawaiian Punch Mk l « c ·- i · r, I », M-lk. HI''14 Fruit Juicy Red ....... tm 74' 82 41 Detergent Fab ... With Lemon Freshened Borax! 3-Lb. l-Oi. Pkg. 68 Limit 1 With $.1 Add. Purchase BIG BUY! Coffee Safeway Brand Pre-Ground; Fresh Coffise! One Pound Bag Bush's Showboat, Canned "*-?»2 Pork and Beans LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY DISCOUNT HOME NEEDS Beans Crackers Mel rose. Crisp and Fresh Soda Crackers Everyday Low Prke! One Povnd Box Mrs. Wright's Canned Regular or Softer milk EVERYDAY LOW PRKE! WHY PAY MORE? 999 rBacon tmok A-Bexoo Brand, Stked Breofcfcut. Bacon (24k. $1.77) Ub. 89 THESE IOW PRICES EVERY DAY HSOA QiO*.:*'-' f.Q r Safeway Self BastinK,.......... tk. "'«· Boneless Chuck Roast ^:r lb . $ 1.29 Sirloin Steak ^ DdAl ±::. lk $1.38 Cooked Shrimp tt ",': M.09 Pure Pork Links ^ ,,.. lfc M.29 Safeway Sausage ^$^7 '^ M.09 Dolphins Make Ideal Pet For Miller Family Meat Weiners i a ^?r ."£ 78 e Turbot Fillets r ^ aG ^. *. 89' Cornish Game Hens Jjr «t M.1'8 ....uM.39 Horn ... U. 69° .J*tM.29 Ham Slices Rump Portions Meat Weiners Roof Rnlnnnn ^ kva Y *·*·, Deet DOiognu Brai ,d si^d «,,.' Bologna Oscar Mayer ft-Oz. Tfl c Sliced, Be«f or Meat .' Pk). / O UTTLE TORCH .KEY, Fla.' . AP) -- Carl Miller ant his; ·' . aughtev say nothing beats'two. 50-pound dolphins as pets. "They like it here. They're veil pleased," Miller. 83, said loncliiy from his frame, ocean-- ront house at Little Ton* Key, bout 25 miles north ol Key Vest. Miller said his daughter, Bet y Brothers Rein, bought « fe- * n it I e bottle-noseil dolphin named Dal for $300 from, a krt jhiri training school in,. 1962 The second dolphin, a m a l e ' 1 called Siiwa, was purchased '$* 'ram the training school w h e n ^ t / al became lonely about, three Jj years later. |ijfi, "The cost of the dolphin isfeV? nothing. It's the cost of mam \ { iaininR one." Mrs. Rein said. , "Each weighs about 450 pounds} J and each cats about 20 pounds' of fish a day. And the fish ha to be suitable for h u m a n con-', sumption. They're so picky.' Mrs. Rein said she huys mackerel and bluefisli in two ton lots at about 35 cents a Iipund. That brings the chow bill for the two dolphins to ·' about $14 daily. Dal and Suwa were kept In.a /encccl-iti tidal estuary for four- years of training. But in 1%6 Mrs. Rein decided to remove'.I'. Lhe fences. · , "For six months, I was in the' ( " , ' , cfear--they went out and came' ' back every day. But then they ' went out and got lost," shd said. S h e and her husband"searched the ocean for five;:.-,i clays without results, Mrs. Rein ' . said. .^ i "Then on the sixth day, a'-" man who had been fishing said they came out of the water, stood on their tails and looked at the hait bucket." Mrs. Rein said. The man lured them back . . towards her home. "I jumped in the water ani . ' called them and (hey came running. They can hear a mile in the wafer." she said. She said the fence was never rebuilt and the dolphins, although free to leave, have stayed close to home ever since. "They could easily go. but- they don't. I think they got so hungry, they realized that life · out in the ocean was tough," she said. On safe this wee/^-i SCTSNO. / J | 1 3 1 4 - I RECIPE CARD LIBRARY AT YOUR * SAFEWAY! SET NO. 13 "SNACKS AROUND' THE CLOCK" SET NO. 14 "FAVORITE FAJMHT DESSERTS" Complete Yoer tut ire Collection! Clinic Day To Be Held In Park The student Council of the' ". FayetteviUe High School will '", ' sponsor a community clinic day '. at Wilson Park Saturday. The students will give classes. ' in tennis, basketball,'soft ball,' ' arts and crafts ami baton twirl; They invite youngsters to parti-' cipatc and interested persons ·may register at the individual a rea s Sat u rd a y. The act i viti es will begfn at 1 p.m. The council will operate » : ; concession on a break-even^ · basis. · *W- This is the council'. 1 ; service '· project for the year, according'. ^ . to Ian Sutherland, president, 1 - f Mrs. Frank Price is the faculty sponsor, f Yelveeta Cheese 14k Kraft Quality ... i*. $ 1.66 DAIRY-DELI FOOD VALUES Cream Deodorant Arrid Brand Our Low Prke .., Efferdent Tablets 81 SM How You Save Everyday ol Safeway! Platex Deodorant Tampons M.65 low Priced Everyday at Your Safeway 30-Ct. Store Pfcf. Toothpaste Close-Up Brand for Whiter Teeth ...... . ....... Listerine Antiseptic Moufhwcnh Everyday Low Price .......... , Gillette Foamy Reg. or MentHol or Lemon Lime Shove Creom .......... », Dental Cream T«te 14-Ox. ... M. '/L«»*« CnrAfld Br Cheese Spread Creom Cheese 'S Cheese ^ Che«M ............ I*. ru - *1 ^ I. BAKERY TREATS AT DISCOUNT 43 HOT DOG HAMBURGER BUNS Skylark Brand Buns Fresh at Your Bleach White Magic. Super Power Bleoch 45 SAVE EVERY DAY AT SAFEWAY ^67 C French Bread 99 C American Cheese Food |7 BUSH'S CANNED BEANS M**TM. FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice . _ - ^ flmSSim3immi.mmit*mm 100% PURE JUKE! Colgate Quality, 3-Oz.Tube,o3 Il-Ol. ... Th l.Wh. Sofewoy Brand ^ f 1 H 41 rcr«*0k Wrapped ^ ^ f^ g + 1** Print wt l^h. · 1-Lb. 2-07. WHITE BREAD 37c · *-Ct. 4-Oi. DISSERT CUPS 41c · ll-Oi. APPIE STREUDEL 5* · 11-Oz. APMI TURNOVERS 59c · 15V)-Oz. CINNAMON HOT IREAD 77c Beef Enchiladas KS S 8 ± !*: ^ jyi: YAC Dtmean hfm "' ni, JW-OL eye IT1IAv9 Acsoftod Vorielies Pfcf. J/ Angel Food Cake Mix ":r. 14 '^ 77 C Conned Cat Food pu * NBooh Kraft AH Varieties. 1514-Oi.$ 1 TM» I Bocoo Honerodnh ..... *^ CTc f*f, ·'/ * Great Northern * Pinto * Red * Navy * Kidney * Baby Butter bean * Shelly Green Beans MIX'EM OR MATCH' Blue Bonnet Eaty to Spread! 'Money-Saver! WE ACCEPT USDA FOOD COUPONS! Everyday I ^h^^A^kAM ··M^^k N*OteffW*J Lemon juice RMonttHu Chunk Light Tuna Fre»h Frown, 12-Ct., Our Low Price Price . 4 Ot.,*^h.$l Of. 8V Chkken of Ihe Sea. Wi COc .. r» M I I I I Scotch Treat Frozen, From Florida! Safeway Low Price! L«ctrM Sfond, Fr««n to Milk EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! ffs Good 4W Coo/ For Tow.' THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY French Fries Str 6£: : C,\M, M-Cdta. 69 SAVE MONEY EVERY DAY AT SAFEWAY DISCOUNT Lemonode Scotch Tr*a« ftrond, No/ Good Tatting! .. Green Peas Cream Pies SS?«._.. Meat Pies tr f »»,..« Hawaiian Punch 0,0*. Chicken Dinners^! CornCobbies^' Ouofty . ..X.4o c .^69' Strawberries Scotch Treat, Frtih f role n Cfc, ^ I I I I I I S ON E FULL SIZE !^' 111x141 · WONDER-COLOR Z jPORTRAITj 99 PlusSOt FrlmChaije Parke Avalon Stodie* Offer Limited Gf(Mips-99c Exh i rroren VN. ^^ f mm All Ages Wdcow Minor* Mm* Re Wilh P«««. Fri. t Sal. May 17lti t ISrii Fri. 10 to 1 and 2 la 7 Sat. 10 to 5 WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY lit.

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