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May 31, 1962

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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962 Readers are invited to submit their questions to Social Security Administration, P. O. Box 869, arck, N. I)ak. Questions will be answered in this column and an individual reply sent to each writer. QUrESTION: I tried to get a copy of my marriage certi&icate at the Courthouse but they have rm record, alEmgh we were married in this county. : Your marriage cer- tificale is on file in the county where you obtained your mar- riage license, even though you may have been married in a dif- fererR county. QIYESTION: My sister lives in San Frarcisco. She has our Fam- ily Bible but we don't like to tend it through the mail. Can she copy the information about my bir end send it to you.'? ASW'ER: No. We must see the fble. If you will semi your sister's name and address, we will have our office in San Fmn- cie,o contact her and nke the necessary certification. Q.ESTION: I urgierstand wid- ow's benefits are higher than those paid to wives. H I ctivorce my husband, will my benefit be raised? : No. f you divorce your hurand your benefits will stop. Be sure to noty us of the date of your divorce. QUESTION: My grandmother receives social security benefits and she wants to buy a type- writer, wich she doesn't need. Can I tell her she cargt "waste" her social security money? AffCSWER: No. The social se- curry benefit belongs to her and she can spent it as she sees fit. The only time you can say how sochal security funds are to be spent is when you ere receiving benefits on bela.l.f of another person. You can be paid on be- hal of someone else only if he is incapable of hand,ing his own funds. QI!TION: I am receiving so- cial security for myself and three children. John is 17 and will join the Navy next month. Will you need his new address. ASWl!IR: Yes. John may re- ceive .benefits on his own behalf when he is no longer at home. We would like to d, iscuss this with you and him. You must notify us if any of the children leave borne for any reason. QUESTION: My arm is in soil bank so I em no lorger using my mchniery. Do I have to claim depreciation on the ma- ohinery? ACSW, ER: Yes-- ever though you re not using the machinery you must claim the depreciation. QUESTION: When you figure the $1200 I can earn and still draw social security, do you count the wages I earned before I was 65? My birthday is in September. WER: Yes. We count all the earnirgs for the whole year. -wever, no matter how much you earn durirg the year, we will pay you for any month in which you do not earn over $100 in wages (or render service in self-eraployment). QUrESTION: The wages I earn- ed in December, 1961, weren't paid until January, 1,q. Does it count in figurLvg the $1200 or 1961? 'AaNSWER: Yes. The $1200 in- cludes all money you EARNED in :1961. It doesn't matter when the wages were PD. QIIESTION: I didn't use the opiorml metered of reporting my farm irmome for 1959. Can I change this now? AISWF: Yes. You nay file amended tax returns o take ad- vantage of the optional method of reportirg. The amended re- turr must e iled on or before April 15, 1963. QUESTION: I am over 65 nd ant to file or social security benefits. I exoect to earn over $1200 this year but I don't know Billings County Pioneer ' A Continuation o "THE BADLANi COWBOY" Esta]alihed It 1 ALICE L. LEBO. NIal'* Editor' WALTER R. BRATTON Editor- Publishe Stgscrip4ion: $1.50  __ear in advance Entered in the Pot office at Medora, Bllings County, North Dakota. Fe muary 15, 1934. ms second class matter. under the Act o4 IVrch 3, 18"/9. Odcil Newspaper of t-e County of Ballirgs, State o North Dakota. and printed at Beach, North Dakota. if I ill. 'Can,you kce my checks unfl, the end of the year when I will kriow how much I earned? - AINDWER: Yak We wiR be glad to make ayment to you at the end of te year. This is a wise dec|mn sirme it prevents your being overpaid. QUESTION: I am not working now but I expect to go to work this summer 'andL will probably earn over $1200. Can I .get checks while  am no working? ANSWER: Yes. Be sure you let us know wen you return to TIIE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N.  New Granddaughter ' I ternal grandrparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Frank of t Mrs. Olaf Orstad of rural Sent- Spokane, Wash., are the proud] inel Butte. The yourg lady has parents of a baby girl. The ma- been n.amed Karen Michelle. _j. for its gAners i tiH behooves all,,to aept human beings as they e. , o That is-the ,:theme of Stanley Kramer's lOigant and compel- ling nv:,.metion piure "A Child Is Witing" wh.ieh stars Burt Laer' and: ./,dY Gar- land dirated by Jolm Cas- vetes for Ut Ar'Telse. Throagh he story of a retarded child, his rjectiLa by his par- ants and the edfbrts of more en- lightened people to hal@ him, Kramer ha'wovha drama that brirgs inta.ellig focus the question: "What really is nor- mality?" i There is great promise that the retarded, throug specialized training and care provided by an aware d"enligenened citi- zenry, CN be given a place in society w.ithin e framework of their capabilities.: . peaking .as himsf, Lancaster, the father of.our youngsters, perha,,p best Sns up the sub- jt: Children should be accept- ed end loVe for 'vat they are." Bratvold's Silver Anniversary June 10 Open house will be ,hel in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bmtvold's 25th wedding anrdver- ary at the E..B. church base- ment in Beach on Sunday, Jne 10, 1962, from 2 to 5 p.m. All their friends are invited to at- tend. AT ODLAND'S DAM Last Thursday fternoon 30,000 finger$ing trout were put into Odland's dam and next sprirg local fishermen will be enjoying trout ishing f everying .goes as ex, pected. The large fi truck operated by the $te Game and Fish Dept., with Rzlph Robson of Vlley City in charge, brought the fingerlings in from the Fed- eral hatchery at Spearfish, So. ]:Yak. At the same time 6,600 trout of work. Perha, at that time, you i will be 'ebr t6 give us a more] accurate' etihte :of your earn- ings for th yar: Hope Thru Training Despite S0zey% devotion to a behavior and' intellierme norm i, Shirley Kautzmann Engagement Noted Mr. and Mrs. George Kmutz- mann of Route 1, Billings, Mont., announce the engagement of heir 4aushter, Shiraey larie, to Ellis Williams,: son of Mr. and smzY  Ms. Leer W of Ekalaka, Morn. A ur/e Wedding is plan- ned. The 'Kautznann family Mved i (Beach many yearn urtil mov- ing to BilIjngs approx'nnately three years ago. PACKAGED: i, HOMES QUAUT; 0MES AND CAreSS Inquire about:: i our new line, of,'eabim ,,: ;), . ";i -- FINANCING -- , , ?f.: *% =the same size were released at the Williams Creek dam in the Alpla community and Mr. Reb- son ex.pects thegn to do very well in both locations ,although he says they won't spawn in either place but will have to be re- stocked every so often but with the 1,age hatchery to open at Riverdale Chat won't be much of a problem from now on. In the above picture Cme Warden Bry of Belfield and Ralph Rebson can be seen regulating the tempera- ture of the water. Gme Warden Ed Bry of BeN the tanks or in Lhe shal, low water field aoconpaiied the truck and ,after they had ,been given their freedom. Some time later this spring it is expected that bass and blue gills will also be stocked at Odland's. - ,Hetchery fish are always a little tame but it doesn't take I long for them to scatter. Within a half hour they could be seen I over a 150 yard stretch along the shore ]ine before they took off helped with xe work of unload- ing the fLOh. In the above picture ry can be seen crouching on the shure watching the little fen lows scamper while Rebson has just dumped a hrge bucket of the little fellows into the water. It's remarkable how few fish they lose in the transoortalion with the new equipment the Dept. now owns. Not over ten for the deeper wa.ter. dcad fish could be counted in' build mre public understanding for retarded children every- where. This year and particulaxly dttr- ing National Retarded Children's Week in November, the chufia.ay eight-year-old will ppe on poters and pamphlets represent- ing America's 5.4 million retard- ed. He wl '.also travel at times to help in, publie education cam- paigns of NArC's 950 local mem- ber Units. The Golden Valley Assn. or Retarded Children is one of .these units working' on a local level and cooperating on stae and na- tional levels. 'DAVID JORD POSTER CHILD FOR N.A.IC. IS CHOSEN A 1,ittle boy named David has ,been chosen 1962 Poster Child by the National Association for Retarded Children. Only son among four children of Mr. and Mrs. William Jordalen of Shrewsbury, Vhschusetts, David is mentality rem'ded as the result of a condition knvn as mon'golism. The I',tC hopes i David's cheerful personalty, ac- tive boyhood and hopeful future wdll fell may giant pub,lc mis- conceptions bout mongolism and J0 BROS. B;/:SERVICE Phote 84311 Sentinel Biii', N. Dak. Baby Daugh:ter-- l.r. ,,, ,,. - , . ........ 111S8 vvallln re,ca Mr. ann Mrs. clay waters oz __ .-. ... ,.,. lapid CRy, S. D., became par, I A]; Jrlual nower ants of their first child, a daugh- ] .......... tar named Sherri Ann, on May l un "iesay, May Z, I, 12, 1962, there. The lille lass Miss Carol WallJr Was.honored weighed ha at 7 hbs. 5 oz. Mrs. I at a bridal shower 'at the home Waters is the forme ney of Miss Eldora Hendricks. in C0nell, dughter o Mr, nd] Beach, Mrs. Sidney Connell of me:Me. I 'Ie evening was spent in- dora ranehL,g area. Mrs. Connell] formally, and the guest of honor went to _1pid City to be 'withl ws presented with a purse her tau@Me when the baby was] silver. .born, ,ad they aocomtred her I Sharing hostess duties with V'ml'boWutoWi22? them lMiss ttendrieks were :Mr,. Mary .... ",, I Miller, MISs Betty Nyhusmoen, Attend Chuzca On SurF" land Miss Beverly Belknap. BE SURE TO SIGN a petition to get reapportionment the ballot. One senator from each county is a MUST if we are to have any influence in future legislature! on A. R. MILLER Candidate For House of Representatives (Po]. Adv. Sponosored and Paid For by A. R. Miller) ABOUT.FACE CHARMER...tah you cmt and going, so fashionably! 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