The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 60, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 27, 1982 Page: 6 of 8
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of IRS tax form
By V ANESSA MADEWELL
The Internal Revenue Service has provided the
Emily Fowler Public Library with cassette tapes
explaining how IRS tax forms should be com-
pleted, Mary Cresson, reference librarian, said
The tapes contain guidelines for preparing
forms 1040A, 1040 and use of schedules A and B.
Also available are master copies of various IRS
forms that can be photocopied.
Cresson said that a library card is needed to
check out the tapes. There is no cost.
The tapes are available during library hours,
which are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Tues-
days and Thursdays.
Volunteers from the IRS will be available at the
library to help people fill out forms from 11
a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 15. March 15 and April 12.
Further information on use of the tapes or help
in filling out forms can be obtained by contacting
the library at 502 Oakland, 566-8478.
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Elderly discuss Social Security, ERA
Washington aging conference covers long-term policies
By PAMELA USSERY
The elderly were able to voice their
opinions to Congress at the National
White House Conference on Aging in
Washington, D.C. last month.
Dr. Cora Martin, co-director of the
NT Center for Studies in Aging, was one
of three NT faculty members to attend
The conference was called by
Congress in response to the growing
number of elderly Americans and the
need for long-range federal government
policies to deal with their problems,
THE CONFERENCE hosted 2,200
delegates and 1,500 unofficial observers,
she said. The delegates were divided into
14 committees that discussed 600 topics
concerning the elderly, she said.
“The conference was very useful in
solidifying a strong coalition of
organizations that are either made up of
older people or advocates for older
people,” Martin said.
Recommendations were made by the
conference to the government for Social
Security benefits to he raised iO percent
over the poverty level, she said.
The delegates also voted to adopt a
minimum income standard for all elder-
ly Americans, she said.
“President Reagan gave White House
conference delegates his assurance that
he would not tamper with Social
Security at this time,” Martin said.
"I’M VERY much against voluntary
Social Security,” Martin said. “It will
ruin the system — it won't work. Not
enough people will participate, and if
they do, it won’t he until they get ready
“Under the Reagan administration,
rich older Americans will do well, a lot
in the middle will get along, but some
poor ones will suffer. Reagan won’t sub
stantially change Social Securtiy — no
administration will. I think it’s too wide-
ly accepted by Americans in both parties
just the way it is."
A committee for older women en-
couraged the passage of the Equal
Rights Amendment and discussed a
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Two new classes in anthropology are
being offered at NT for the spring
semester — Near East Civilization and
Language and Culture — said Dr. Larry
Naylor of the anthropology faculty last
Near East Civilization, taught by Dr.
Read Earring of the anthropology
faculty, will focus on the rise of civiliza-
tion in Egypt, the Holy Land and the
Mesopotamia area, Naylor said. The
class will include lectures bv biblical
archaeologists, he said.
Naylor, who will teach Language and
Culture, said it will cover language and
forms of communication and how
language relates to culture. It will
emphasize the nonverbal communica-
tion of humans, he said. Only 35 percent
of human communication is verbal, he
The social role of language changes,
and the analysis of speech will also be
covered in this course, Naylor said.
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A lawn and sprinkler irrigation system
is being put in the south and west sides
of Marquis Hall, Lewis Eberspacher of
the Physical Plant said last week.
Workers started grading the area last
week, Eberspacher said. “We are not
sure of the expected completion date,
because it will depend on the weather,"
Because he did not know how much
landscaping would have to be done or
where water will be connected to the
system, Eberspacher «:iid he could not
figure the cost.
The reason the area is being refur-
bished is because university ad-
ministrators want to preserve the area
around the bench that honors former
NT president Lincoln Marquis. The
bench is located on the south side of
When Marquis Hall was built
engineers didn't know a sprinkler system
was needed, Eberspacher said.
There will also be an extension of the
sprinkler system from the west side to
the north side of Marquis Hall, he said.
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Wednesday, January 27, 1902
By LIBBY MC MAHON
NT graduate student Michael
Openshaw said he hopes to make
Denton County a viable two-party
county if he is elected Republican
Openshaw, who announced his can-
didacy Jan. I0, is the only candidate run-
ning for the office, although the filing
deadline is Feb. 2.
It is no longer true that Republican
candidates cannot win in Denton
County, Openshaw said. He said he
hopes to add to the ranks of
Republicans who hold offices in Denton
County “so that we are equally matched
with the Democrats.
"I also believe it is important for
voters to have an alternative when they
vote,” he said. “W'hen there are two
strong parties vying for votes, it forces
each party to clean up its act, since it will
want its respective candidates elected.”
Openshaw said his experience at the
grass roots level of politics has prepared
him to serve as Republican county
chairman for Denton County. "I have
learned the way that winning campaigns
are organized, and that is important for
a county chairman," he said
Openshaw has worked on political
campaigns including Bob Dole’s I962
senatorial campaign in Kansas, Barry
Goldwater’s 1964 presidential cam-
paign, local and state campaigns in
Kansas from 1966 to 1970, and Ronald
Reagan’s 1976 and 1980 presidential
Openshaw has had several political
positions, he said. In 1976 he was a
Republican district convention delegate
and in 1980 he was a primary election
judge, state GOP convention delegate,
assistant election judge and chairman of
the Republican precinct chairman selec-
The duties of a county chairman in-
clude running primary elections,
recruiting Republican candidates for
various offices and aiding candidates in
fund raising, Openshaw said.
national health plan, additional housing
for elderly women and continuation of
legal services to protect widows’ rights
to their husbands pensions after their
husbands die, M artin said.
ON THE TOPIC of Medicaid, the
delegates proposed expansion to in-
clude dental care and eyeglasses, promo-
tion of Medicaid to pay before services
instead of after, a change in eligibility to
make Medicaid easier to acquire and
more competition among Medicaid and
Medicare, Martin said.
“I do not see any main piece of legisla-
tion which will result from this con-
ference, but it will develop a stronger
system of advocates for the elderly,”
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