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if' II I I I I ii II i,ii " -- enlor Clhzens ,Act wries A. T,,,: .IN.ON on Aging oardof Directorsand was i! NI NIOII C;'NTFII devoted and hard working friend of I i'm'net of' Ne;'ondAvenue and the Center from it's earliest days. | Nnmm~t~Str~t Mrs. Meadows passed away on | Phune' 4m*. 40te January 4, 1985 at the age of 86. She | Fund~il by the West Virginia was active at the Hinton Senior i t'u,umlsslon on Aging Center until the day before her l 'death. dance on the evening of Thursday, [ 1Me.day January 15 Senior Contributions to the Teva February 14th. Thedance will begin [ t'tmters will be closed Blood Pre Meadows Memorial Fund will be at 7 p.m. and feature a live band and [ amtre Clinic will be held at Forest used to purchase som~hmg that will caller and also a cake walk. Re- freshments will be sold. It is hoped [ llill fron~ It am. until 12 noon at enhanse the Hmton ~en!or t~enter that this will be the first in a series of [ Waporobin Pottery beside the Post i and a plaque that aet~nowleages mat [ tlfflcc purchase in her memory. Anyone monthly square dances at the ! .,-- ' ..... , wishino to make a contribution to center. Fur more information please Weanesnny, january 16 - l"re-i . o ......... venticare exercises at II a.m. with this tuna can contact me rnnton call Jeannie Ward at 466 - 4710 or Ellen Webber. Alderson mini bus .Center at 466 - 4019. Clara Willey at 445 - 7178. trip. COOKBOOKS Thursday. January 17 - Games after Craft Display . AVAILABLE lunch. Friday, January t8 - Monthly mini, The Summers County Council on The Hinton Senior Center has covered dish dinner. Bring a des- Aging has recently announced the completed a cookbook of Honey and ert or a side dish to complement the installation of a permanent craft Cheese recipes. The booklet is Nutrition Program meal or please display cabinet at the Hinton Senior meant to help people who received make a donation so that something Center. County senior craftspeople commodities in October make good are invited to utilize this display use of these foods. A 25 cents extra can be purchased on your behalf. Shopping by mini bus after space. The Senior Center will take a donation is requested for the booklet lunch. , 10 per cent commission on all which is available at the Hinton ' Monday, January 21 - Council on articles sold. The display case will Senior Center. Aging Board of Directors regular also feature craft items made at the BASKETMAKING CLASS monthly meeting begins at 1:30. Senior Center as well. Anyone The next basketmaking class at 1Mesday. January 22 - Area Agency interested in purchasing a hand- the Pence Springs Senior Center is on Aging Advisory Council meets at made gift or in displaying craft planned for, January 9th beginning items is asked to stop by the Hinton at 10 a.m. The class will be on Princeton Aby Hall at 1:30 p.m. Senior Center or phone 466 - 4019. making " market baskets" and the Memorial Fund Established cost for the class will vary accord- Pence Springs Valentines Square ins to the size of the basket made. " The Hinton Senior Center has Dance The class is open to beginner established a memorial fund in basketmakers as well as those who memory of Teva Meadows who The Pence Springs Senior Center are more experienced. For more served as a member of the Councilis planning a Valentines Day square information please contact the in- . structor, Jan Evergreen at 445 - 7105. i i i : l I l Q. My mother needs a hospital bed. I know of a lady who has a used bed for sale that my mother is Interested in getting. Will her medicare help to pay for the purchase of a second hand hospital bed? A. Yes, medicare will pay for the purchase of used equip- ment. However. they require that you supply theL~ with certain information and documentation before they can make payment. To bill medicare for the purchase of used equipment you need to provide the followIng Information along with the request for payment that you mail to Nationwide Insurance. 1. original manufacture date or model year 2. name, address and social security number of the seller 3. bill of sale 4. doctors prescription Including A. statement of medical necessity B. diagnosis e. what is prescribed D. length of time equipment will be needed ..... The office and field staff of me Summers County Center are available to advise and assist persons who need help in obtaining convalescent aids of any kind. If you need further information or assistance please call the Senior Center at 466 - 4019. Some American Indians once thought it would turn their hair white to touch a snake. Think You The Summers County Senior Cen- ter's Supportive Service Program would liRe to thank all those who contributed in any way to making our Christmas Nursing Home Gift Project and Christmas toy projects so successful this year. We've tried to send out individual thank you notes but know that we've missed many of you whose generosity has helped to make our effort so worth- while. With your help our program provided gifts to 81 area nursing home residents in five nursing homes, and lap robes to 28 more. Your generosity left us with suff- icient funds remaining in this .......... project's accounL to enalde us to plan a similar effort during the coming Easter season. With your help our program also provided 98 needy children with new and refurbished toys to brighten their Christmas Season. Many many thanks to each and every one of the churches , bus-p incases and individuals who con- tributed their time, gifts and money to these projects. Together you helped make Christmas brighter for those less fortunate, young and old. Tues. Jan. 15, 1985 Hinton N,.ws - .q Special Tax Another special benefit is the Credit assislance to ,div*dttal ;,yr t,t, ..... , for the Elderly and the Permanently and over. ('ontact ~our h~:al I1(~ ,,Ih, r I,,, Benefits for Older ro,.,ly DLYabled. The credit can in locations ncar'y,tur r some ca~s reduce taxes owed by as You may obtain free publit,tl,,,, h/ Americans much as $750 for single per~)ns and using the nlail-i~rder form in y,,ttl I;,~ $1,125 for married ta)uples tiling a joint package. Publications of special inirl return. Starting in 1984, individuals est to older taxpayers include: For older Americans, a rapidly under 65 will be eligible for this credit growing segment of the nation's popu- only if they retire with total and per- 502 Medwal and Dental EXln,nsc~ iation, the tax laws offer a number of manent disability and have income 5(}5 I?tx Withholding and E~'timalcd special tax benefits, according to the from a public or private emph)yer he-lax Internal Revenue Service. cause of that disability. 523 Tax In/brmatton on Selling Your Single persons 65 or older do not Senior citizens who are thinking //,,me have to file a federal income tax return about selling their personal residence 524 ('redtt [or the Elderlv and the if their income was less than $4,300. should consider the once-in-a-lifetime t'ermanentlv and Totally Dis The limit for a married couple filing a $125,000 exclusion of the gain on theahh,d " joint return is $6,400 when only one sale of their home. An awareness ,)f the 554 Ihx Benefits for Older Amen spouse is 65 or older, and $7,400 if both tax consequence is essential before sell- spouses arc 65 or over. For this our- ing a personal residence at any age, but cans pose, persons are considered to be 65 doubly so for those age 55 or older to 575 I'ension and Annuity Income on the day before their 65th birthday, whom this benefit applies. Anyone 65 or older and filing a tax Taxpayers needing assistance with return is entitled to a double personal their returns can turn to Tax Counsel- exemption of $2,000 for single persons ing for the Elderly, an IRS program and $4,000 for a married couple filing a through which organizational volun- joint return (both 65 or older), teers provide free tax information and 910 7"axpaver~ Guide to IRS lnfor- manon. A~sistance and Pubfica- tions 915 Tax Information on Social Sevu- ritv Benefits (and Tier I Radroad Retirement Benefits) I III IIII I II I I II I II I II II I II I I I I III I at Your e e ..... , SOCIAl. SE(L RITY DEDUCTIONS INCREASE .... . S;ocial Security ( FICA) deductions from employee pay- ,,::: .... year, Carl Stewart, SSA manager in Beckley, said J,,.tat .-,.t urity tax for employees is 7.05 percent in 1985. Last year, .... i,,,,,,.: p :,i ti 7 percent. ,, ~nt. "" ,,tge base" -- the maximum amount of earnings on which ,I -,.elwit? taxes are paid -- rises from $37,800 last year to $39.600 this p ;, ,t.,: the Social Security system are building lifetin e f,..:t:mselves and their families, Stewart explained. In mu.thly benefits in retiremenL Social Security provides ,,..hilil,' and gut vwors insurance that protects both workers and their ,,,:i,..~ mroughout their working years. , ! ~,-,-u: ..... !. :ductions also pay for Medicare hospital insurance for ., L, .... d...t," older and for certain disabled people.. People who earn $37,800 or less a year won't notice as big a change in ' ;.,. ~,wial Kocnrity deductions as workers in higher income brackets, ,~' ~t~I\',