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's Gui Social Security 9 O 0 THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS - Wednesday, June 11, ).980 Bank of America plans open house ,7 who works earns protection not only but also for her family. if she is single with no the social security she earns while she works monthly benefits for she may have in the You can learn more by gfor "A Woman's Guide to Security," an informative from the U.S. Department and Human Services. Your free copy from the Information Center, 539H, Pueblo, Colorado, a lot a woman should social security. What if you change your name of marriage, divorce, or What happens if your career to have or what benefits can you are a remarried widow or divorced and not working'? of all, it's up. to you to make sure your social security record shows your correct name, since your employer reports your earnings under the name you give him or her. Should you choo. e to change your name, report the change on a special form you can get at any social security office. Otherwise, your earnings may nol be properly recorded, and you may not get all the social securily ircdil you're entitled to. If you choose to retain your maiden name after marriage, you don't have lo report any changes. If you interrupt your career, any social security credits you have already earned slay on your record. You can hl ays go back to work later and earn enough crc.dils to retire. But keep in mind thai your years of no or low earnings may mean that your benefits will be lower than if you had worked continuously. Remarried widows ordinarily lose their widows' benefils when they remarry. But, benefits to a widow [or widower] who remarries at 60 or older can continue without any reduction. If you are divorced, you can gel benefits when your ex- husband starts collecting retire- ment or disab;lity payments, if you are 62 years of age or older and were married to him at least 10 years. If'your ex-husband dies, you may also get payments, provided you arc 60 or older and were mar- ricd 10 years or more, or you have young children entitled to benefits on his record, Finally, while you are working, you have social security disability and survivors' insurance protec- lion. This means that monthly payments would be payable if you become disabled or.die after work- ing long enough under social ccurity. Your children, including stepchildren and legally adopted children, would get benefits too. When you order a copy of A Woman's Guide to Social Security [free], you'll also receive a copy of the free Consumer Information Catalog. The Catalog, published quarterly by the Consumer Infor- mation Center of the General Ser- vices Administration, lists more than 200 free and low-cost con- sumer publications you can order. BCHA receives loan from HUD The US Department of Housing and Urban Development will pro- vide a $34,500 loan to the Butte County Housing Authority, it was announced recently by Con- gressman Harold T. [Bizz] Johnson. Johnson, in making the an- nouncement, said the 25-year loan will assist in providing low income residents with safe, sanitary and affordable housing. Bank of America will hold an open house at its new Live Oak Branch at 9955 Live Oak Blvd. on Tuesday evening, June 17, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The new office will replace quarters adjacent to the new building that the bank has oper- ated since 1922, when it was the Bank of Italy. Manager Samuel Winslow is in- viting all local residents and business people to the festivities. Refreshments will be served and souvenir gifts presented. "The move into a superbly equipped new office," Winslow said, "will enable our staff to offer expanded services to our cus- tomers in a more spacious and comfortable environment." Winslow said the new branch has nine teller stations, an enclosed merchants' deposit area, two walk- up windows with extended hours service, additional safe deposit boxes, and a conveniently located Reg. $6. Short sleeved work shirt is polyester/ cotton chambray with but- ton-through flap pockets. Sizes S,M,L,XL. Reg. $7. Chambray work shirt has flapped pockets, long tuck-in tails. Poly- ester/cotton, Sizes S,M,LXL. night depository outside fhe office. Tile building has a large public lobby, work area and lending of- ricers' platform on the ground floor, and staff and storage rooms on the nlezzanine. The 7,000 square foot building was designed by architect Law- rence G. Thomson of Chico. The general COltlractor was Lamon Construction Conlpany, Inc., of Marysville. Construction began in October 1979. The new branch will open for business on Monday, June 23. Rye is called "the grain of poverty" because it thrives on poor soils. m ?) % t t t~ %, 3~ & g e 'e Rag. 6.99 to $14 . All the cool summer sport styles bad wants. Checks, plaids, solids, stripes, and so on in crisp, quick-care blends of polyester/cotton. Full and trim cut styles to suit him just fine. Sizes S,M,L,XL. \ Reg. $16. Herringbone twill worksuit is poly- ester/cotton with action- back construction, elastic waist inserts. 2-way zipper. Regular, short, long, 13. Reg. $17. Fisher-stripe worksuit is all cotton with construction. triple needle stitching, 2-way zipper. Regular, short, long, % k, a ® and Reg. $1 and 1.50. Bioguard® socks have Odor Controller• built right in for the life of the sock. Choose dress anklets, cushion soled sport socks, more great styles in wanted colors. Men's sizes. Sale I~rices effective through Saturday. % Reg. 3 for $5. Choose T-shirts, A-shirts, or briefs in i I polyester/cotton knit for comfort and shape retention. ~ Shirts sizes 34 to 46 have longer tuck-in tails. Briefs, ~ ~ I sizes 28 to 44, have heat resistant elastic. White only. Sale prices effective through Saturday. Two great ways to charge This is HAZEL STREET IN GRIDLEY STORE HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:30 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. PHONE 846-2464 (CATALOG 846,6261) SUNDAYS NOON 'TIt