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JAMES K. BRIDGES Special service set on Assembly First Assembly of God of Malakoff will celebrate its 53rd anniversary in special services Sunday October 23, at 10:.30 am. and 7:00 p.m. The date will also mark the 3rd anniversary of the dedication of the new worship center on Highway 31. The special guest speaker for the day will be Rev. James K. Bridges, Superintendent of the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God. As Superintendent, Rev. Bridges ministers extensively in church services, rallies, conventions and camps. From the District Headquarters in Hurst, he oversees the various ministries of the North Texas District Council's some 600 churches and 1,700 ministers. Following the morning service, lunch will be served by the ladies of the chur- ch in the fellowship hall. Pastor Ken Jones and congregation invite everyone to share this special day with them. Questions and Answers Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration Q My 16 year old son needs a kidney transplant hut has never worked under Social Security. Although I have worked under Social Security all my life, I am not old enough tQ retire. Can I get Medicare help for my son? A. Whether or not you get benefits, if you have worked long enough under Social Security or the railroad retirement system, your husband or wife or your dependent child will be ellgi~le ~Medieare if he or she laeeds maintenance dlalysls or transplant surgery because of permanent kidney failure. Q Am I required to answer all questions on my application for Social Security checks? A. No, but refusal to answer certain questions could affect your right to or the amount of your benefit. My son is severly mentally retarded and will never be able to support him- slef. Even though I earn $20,000 a year, it. is difficult to pay all his special ex- penses and support the rest of my family, Does my son qualify for SSI benefits? A. That question cannot be answered without knowing mar facts. The num- ber of people living in the household and their incomes and resources will be considered in deciding whether or not your son qualifies for 5Sl. Once a child reaches age 18, his or her parents' assets are no longer considered In deciding If the child can get SSl. Q. My mother believes that one of the three women she does housework for is not reporting her wages, although she deducts the Social Security tax. Is there any way the can be checked? A. Yes. Have your mother call any Social Security office for a post card~ form we have for this purpose. She wil£ get a free statement of earnings credited to her record. Q, What's the difference between hospital insurance and medical in- surance under Medicare? A. Hospital Insurance helps pay for hospital inpatient care and certain followup care. Medical insurance helps pay doctor bills and for many medical services not covered under hospital in- surance. For more Information on this question read you Medicare Handbook. Q A bank refused to open an account for me unless l gave them my Social Security number. Is this legal? A. Yes. Your secial Security number is also used for Federal Tax purposes. In addltlon, some non-government organizations also use Social Security numbers for recordkeeping purposes. Such use Is neither required nor prohibited by Federal law, and the organization is not obligated to provide you service if you do not give your Social Security number. Knowing your number, however, does not mean an organization can get any personal in- formation from your Social Security record. Q. I just turned 18 and right now, I am getting Social Security benefits while I attend high school I am thinking about working part time and going to school part time. Will I still be able to get Social Security benefits? A. No, you must be a full time student in order to get Social Security, benefits afar 18. U.S. is winner The U. S. is really a winner when it comes to the Olympics. Since the inauguration of tlm modern games in 1896, the United States has produced 996 gold medalists who have earned 1,278 gold medals in the games. 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