Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 5, 1974 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 5, 1974
Page 13
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Questions About Social Security Editor's Note: This column Is a joint effort of public service by the TIMES and (he Fayetteville Social Security Administration office, Mrs. Rose Newsome. district manager. Anyone having a question about social security in invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TFMES 72701. All inquiries must be signed and should include address ot sender- Names will not be published. Q I recently hired a woman to come in one day a week to clean house at 55.00 a day. I thought that social security was only tor regular employes, but a friend says 1 will have to report this part-time work. Is this correct? A. Yes, it is. An employe in your home must be reported if the wages amount to as much as $50.00 in a calender quarter. At $5.00-a week, your employe will receive wages of $65.00 in a calender quarter. Q. My husband .works as a laborer "and earns about $350.00 in a month. We have five children and find it difficult to get by on his earnings. One of the children, a 16-year-old boy. is mentally retarded and . attends special classes since he cannot attend regular classes. Would it be possible for this child to receive any benefits: A. Considering the amount of your husband's income and the number of children in the family, it is possible that your child might be eligible under the new Supplementary Security Income Program which Siarle.. ..i January, 1974. 1 suggest that you stop by or telephone your nearest social security office and file an appli cation an' v Dallas Police Official Sees Trend Toward National Force LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Bill Caruth. chairman of the Dallas, Tex., Support Your Local Police Committee, said here Tuesday that there is a growing trend toward a national police force. Such a trend has been supported by federal government and private foundation grants to aid law enforcement, he said. Carulh. who is a vice president of the Sullair Industrial Sales Little Corp., Rock was invited to by the Pulaski County Support Your Local Po lice Committee. He said certain Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) programs and projects funded by such groups as the Sentences Stand LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Tw . former officials of Community Investment and Development Inc. will have to serve their six-month prison terms for mis applying federal funds. Judge O r e n Harris of U.S District Court refused Tuesday to reduce the sentences he gave to George Mays, former CIDS president, and Glen June, a for mer corporate consultant. Ford Foundation may be harm- ess and even worthwhile, but hey are just "bait on siring." Eventually a city's dependence on such programs grows until the local police are hooked ike a drug addict, he said. Ray M. Biggerstaff, director of the Arkansas Commission on rime and Law Enforcement which allots LEAA grants in the state, termed Caruth's remarks "ridiculous and idotic." He said the LEAA programs are meant only to aid and as sist city and county law en forcement. "It is written into the crime bill itself that the Justice De partmcnt cannot control the lo cal police." Biggerstaff said. Caruth pointed out program; that are designed to identifj persons, with possible crimina traits before they become crim inals as a means of preventing crime. He said that is enterini the thought process of indivtd mils and is giving thfc govern menl the right to brand a per son for life on a computer can as a potential criminal. Biggerstaff said such pro grams had been put off limit for LEAA grants. He said h knew of no such programs op nratinR in Arkansas. CB Jamboree Opens Friday The second annual C B Jam »ree, sponsored by the Tri o u n t y CBers Association, begins Friday at the Washing- on County Fairgrounds on the Iwy. 71 bypass. The three d»y ;vent is expected to draw aboul ".500 Citizens Band enthusiasts rom all over the nation. A total of 40 per cent of the net proceeds from the jamboree will be donated to charity; 20 cent to the Washington Bounty School for Trainabie Children, 10 per cent to the Springdale Patrol Associatioi [an organization composed o members of the Springdale Police Department) and 10 pel cent to the Park Strece Community Center. The .jamboree will feature a hoolenany and dance both Fri day and Saturday nights, a free barbeque Friday night, live en tertainment all three nights plenty of parking, campinf facilities and electrical hookups along with many more activi lies. The jamboree is open to al CBcrs and interested member of the general public. In Japan Marine Cpl. Jerry L. Davis son of Mrs. Marie Davis of 171 T h e o d o r e . Springdale, ha recently reported for duty a the U.S. Marine Corps Air Sla lion in I w a k u n i , Japan. Mills Said Investigated By Two Juries, Watergate Panel LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gcncwllh his clicnl, Keiffcr L. How Northwnt Arkamot TIMES, W«f.. June 5, 1974 rAYITTIVILLI, AUKAMIA* 11 NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Goss, an' aide to Rep. Wilbur D. Mills. D Ark,, s a i d Tuesday hat the final report of the Senate Watergate Committee is in he works and he doesn't think it will contain any reference to Mills. GOBS also confirmed that the Watergate Committee and two grand juries looked into the fi- lancing of Mills' 1972 presiden- ial campaign, Goss said he talked to the Watergate Commute and two grand juries this year, but he said Mills was not called to tes- ify. Wright, Lindsey and Jennings, 'a Little Rock law firm prepared a report on the political activities of Associated Milk Producers, Inc. for the current board of directors. The notes used to prepare t h a t report have been subpoenaed by the government in its anti-trust case against AMPI. Those notes also refer to the - investigation of Mills. FROM PRYOR Information in the notes re lating to the investigation ol Mills came from David H Pryor,- a lawyer, who last week captured'the Democratic guher natorial nomination, Pryor talked .to the Wrighi firm after going to Washington a former AMPI official \'ho pleaded guilty to con- ipiracy charges in connection vilh illegal corporate campaign donations. Pryor said lawyers from the Watergate committee ques- ioned Howard about several .hings, including, an Amos Iowa dairy farmer' rally at which Mills spoke In October 1971, use of AMPI employes for Mills' presidential campaign and an airplane trip to Wash ington and Little Rock in May 1971 about the time President Nixon ordered milk price sup ports. Mills has said he was un aware of any itega AMPI dona lions because he had no connec lion with his draft committee lie also said he helped win price supports because dairy farmer were among his constituents. SEWING CLASSES ENROU. TODAY FABRIC CITY NOTICE Due to unavailability of freezers from our source, we have not re- ceived the freezers advertise! in our special section of today's Northwest Arkansas Times. Thank you for your patience. Q. Last year, in October, received notice that my benefit rate had been increased due to my 1971 earnings. I continued U/work through 1972 but I have not received notice of any increase because of my 1973 earnings. Should 1 do anything processed in groups and tinue for several months. If you are due nn increase in payment, you will receive notice at a later date. HUTCHINSON Highway 71 S. and Hwy. 120 West Fork, Ark. Monday thru Saturday 8-8 Sunday 9-4 WEST FORK WE ACCEPT USDA FOOD STAMPS i HUTCHINSON · * · · * · · ·* · S P E R R V AMD · · HUTCHINSON * WAREHOUSE MARKET · HVTCHINSON Q. My husband recently died. He was disabled and had not worked for two years prior Lo his death. He hart never filed for social security disability payments. Could I file now for any benefits that were duo prior to his death? A. A disability application may be filed on hehalf of a deceased person after his death. The application must be fijed within three months following the 'month of death. You should contact your local social security office immediately to avoid any possible loss of benefits. If disability Es established, payments can be marie for up to 12 months prior to the application dtite. WE GIVE DOUBLE Q. Iti a few weeks I will change jobs and move to another stale. Should 1 notify social security of my new address? A. No. not unless you're getting social security' checks. Social security d o c s not keep up-to-date records of your mailing address until you start getting benefits. Regardless of where you work or live, socia security keeps one central record of your earnings in work covered by social security. You use the same social security number in any slate, and your number and name are enough to credit your earnings lo your record no m a t t e r where you are, Q. When I got married last year. I stopped xvorking. Now I think I'd like to go back to work, but it will probably be in a different job. Is there anything I have to do to be sure my earnings arc credited lo the same social security number I had before I got married? A. The only thing you should do, if you haven't already done so. is to change yoiu- name with soci a I secu ri ty. Yo u" use the same social security number your entire life and all your earnings are credited lo that number. Your social security office can help you with the change of name and there is no charge for Ihis service. ···*····* REPLACE YOUR OLD DISHWASHER ) · · · · » · · * · I S P E R f t Y AND · I Hl/TCNINSON * Fresh GROUND BEEF 75 GREEN STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY! Wilson's Whole FRYERS Lb. Wilsons Sliced Slab Bacon Lb 49e Gortons Val-U-Pak Fish Sticks u, 49* Arkie Brand Sausage L » 630 Twenty Grand Franks «.b.?*.$1.59 Tasty All Meat Bologna Lb 89c Center Cut Ham Slices Lb $1.29 Wilsons All Meat Franks ,2-0*. ^.59*; Mrs. Weavers Cheese Pizza sc. Pk9 79 RED POTATOES Florida SWEET CORN Fresh, Green CABBAGE 49-oz. 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