Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1956 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 16, 1956
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PAGE FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1958 Have a wardrobe of endless possibilities! STRIKE A MATCH IN BOND'S BEAUTIFUL SEPARATES DIPPED IN THE SAME VIBRANT COLORS the collection Western The 11 western states, according to the bureau of land management, are Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Mon- tana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 20f STORE HOURS: Monday 12 to 9. Friday 9 to 9. Tuei., Wed., Thurs. 9 to 5. JUST HIT TOWN! Fourth of Series Disabled Are Eligible For Benefits At 50 By I). B. OAU,A<JHKR Already the mail brings let- tors from those who are confused about Hie new Social Security law lowering the age to 50 years, for qualified disabled persons with Social Security coverage. Some of this misunderstanding comes no doubt, from statements made in the newspapers and over the air. Such a statement we quote from a TV news broadcast: "A plan has been worked out for disabled persons to receive a pension at the age of 50." The word pension doesn't belong in Social Security talk. Any disabled person who feels that he may be eligible for benefits at the age of 50 should understand the following: First and most important, he must have the necessary Social tuft-fashioned . . . this BAN-LON sweater A pert end pretty sweater . . . with a mock-turtle neck tnot is so flattering . . . and full-fashioned for beauty •f fit. And in BAN-LON yarn that is a fashion miracle because it won't wrinkle and washes so easily, always holding its shape, luscious colors in sixes 32 to 40. * Week 3.98 end up Coordinate Skirts 6.98 up new blouses by Ship'nShore* 2>9O and 3.98 Everything that's new on the blouse front... for desk, date and casual wear! Quality cottons that smile at suds! All sizes, 28 up to 40. Security credits. Then, no disability payments under the new ruling will be made before July, 1957, and no applications for such benefits will be accepted by the Social Security offices before October, 1956. We quote from a Social Security news release: "To qualify for disability insurance payments, a worker must meet the requirements prescribed by law on the total amount of work to his credit under Social Security and on the amount to his credit in the 10-year period and the 3- year period before he was disabled." In other words, to qualify for these benefits at the age of 50, the disabled person must be disabled to the extend of keeping him from doing any substantially gainful work. Then he must have worked under covered employment at least 5 out of 10 years before he was disabled, and at least 1% years must have been during the 3 years immediately before the disability: Another important consideration is that disability insurance payments willbe withheld if the applicant refuses without good cause to accept rehabilitation servic-e offered by a state agency. It may be a disappointment to some to learn that no benefits are due them just because they are disabled. For benefits under the new law, the disabled person must have the required Social Security benefits. There is no substitute for these. Tomorrow, we will discuss the revising of the age at which disabled children can receive Social Security benefits. Important points are explained by D. B. Gallagher in his new Social Security booklet and supplement covering the new Social Security Law of August, 1956. Send 25c in coin (no stamps) to SS Book, 'Alton Evening Tele- graph, Box 344, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N. Y. 'Copyright, 19.18. General Feature* Corp.) News of Members In Armed Forces ROBERT N. NEEM, an Air Force ROTC cadet at the Univer sity of Illinois, prepares to take off on an orientation flight in an Air Force T-33. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Deem, 614 Bowman St.. East Alton, who has completed his junior year in advanced AFROTC training, is attending four weeks summer training at Webb AFB, Texas—AF Photo rwy '••DIAMOND SAVINGS Free Snmplt-s CORVALLIS, Ore. ^-Oregon State College students got a free sampling of sherbert aiid came up with this observation: Those that arc sweet and smooth are best. Roy Stein, superintendent of the Oregon State College dairy products laboratory said the sherbert samples were made sweet by addition of sugar, then were whipped into a one-fourth greater volume. This meant more tiny air cells for a smoother, sweeter taste, he said. What's more weight-watchers learned that they actually were getting fewer calories per serving because of the increased volume of air. There are no leased fishing waters in Nova Scotia. The U.S. Volunteer Army in the Spanish-American war wa» activated on Aug. 31. 1898 with 216,029 officers and enlisted men INC 20f PIASA elect /J/?» Jojfa tes by LAWRENCE for Fall 4V Paisley print dip V dry cotton •hirt in blue or f reen print to match above skirt. 10 to 18. 4.99 b. Classic Orion* cardigan with long sleeves. 34 to 40. 5.98 (not shown) classic •Upon, 34 to 40. 3.9* C. Cashnjere-soft Orion* pull-on sweater with novelty v-neck. Siaes 34-40. 4.«ft d. Handsome wool flannel walker skirt, slim M a r*ed with kick pleats. _ ^ SIMS 10 to 18.7.9ft ALL IN REMBRANDT RED. VAN GOGH GREEN, PICASSO BLUE OR ANGELICO BEIGE. U»U *r paojw otdm filled promptly im 9 * **' 117 W. 3rd St. AT HURWITZ JEWELERS [4 DALE L. FURTWENGLER, husband of Mrs. Sandra Benecke Furtwengler of Alton, is at Webb AFB, Texas, undergoing summer training as an ROTC from Southern Illinois University. He has completed his junior year in ROTC, and is a cadet. DONALD NORTON, 20, air cadet, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Norton of 908 Langdon St., is attending an AFROTC training program at Langley AFB, Va. Cadet Norton, a major in the civil engineer school at Purdue University, is a senior, and a member of the Newman Club and Delta Upsilon Fraternity. WILMS F. JACKSON, Sp. 3. C. 24, whose wife, Monica, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Jackson, live at 238 S. Main St., Edwardsville, is scheduled to leave the U.S. Aug. 20 for Europe as part of Operation Gyroscope, the Army's unit rotation plan. Jackson is a member of the 8th Infantry Division, which has been stationed at Fort Crrson, Colo., and ii replacing the 9th Infantry Division in Germany. A clerk in Headquarters Company of the division's 13th Regiment, he entered the Army in July 1950 and completed basic training at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Jackson wears the Good Conduct Medal. : •'->• .1 Brilliant Diamonds at Low Prices that will Short Cut READING, Pa. ff — William j Fletcher inadvertently found a [new, more thrilling method of using a playground sliding board. The 5-year-old Reading young| ster tumbled from the top of the 18-foot high board to the ground | below. Hospital attendants said the boy didn't suffer a scratch. But Billy said he learned a les- I son—stick to the conventional. Nominated for its high fashion importance — Early Returns — Lotties breathtaking new knit ia superb wool chenille... yoke-stitched eardigaa with detachable angora over-collar, graceful skirt handsomely ribbed m cable stitch. Honey toast, radiant blue, desert coral, Freach chocolate. Siaes 101« 20; 9 to 15 and half sizes. $39.98 Others from. $25 As sMrvertieed in Charm Other Fall Dresses Priced from $6.98 INC. USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT STORK HOURS: Monday l«-». Friday •-». Ttios., Wed., Thar*. 9-5. 20? PIASA DRASTIC REDUCTIONSLTHROUSHiyLT THE STORE — SAVINGS UP TO 50$! LAST CHANCE! HURRY! Special Groups! Odds & Ends! Broken Lots and Sizes. COATS! SUITS! TOPCOATS! DUSTERS! VALUES TO $45 M3 BLOUSES! T-SHIRTS! Ship 'it Shore and Mac Shore Sleeveless Values to $4 .99 BATHING SUITS! Value* to $18 up Ml Sizes DRESSES SHEERS. VOILES. SUNBACKS. TRANSITION COTTONS. Si«s7tol5,10to2Z'/2 ONE GROUP Valuts to $14.95 2 for $ 5 ONE GROUP Valuts to $25 $ T / & up SHORTS! BERMUDAS! Values to $6 $|.99 Not All Sizes & Colors SLIM JIMS! Pedal Pyshirs! Values to $6 $2-99 Not All Silts * Colon Value* to $1.50 COLLARS SCARFS SKIRTS THERMO JAG JACKETS Value* to $1.50 Values to $6.00 2 For . 49c f«-0« $6.00 value... .U Do you know woman? She's th« stockbroker who WMn't doing well with her clients. But her stock went up when she bought •>•¥•• *>•• Hidden Treaiura. Now she's • customer's woman, twd has tamed from Cnanot to Ptttr Pan Htedc^uartart 20t PIASA STOKE HOURS: Mon. 12-9, Frl. B-t. Tue*., We&, Than. •-•. Famoiu Feature "Interlocking" Style iVA 6-DIAMOND Reg. $150 Velue ETTE BACK TO SCHOOL! GUARANTEE Lifetime trade-in allowance. Free insurance against hold-up or burglary. Bonded ami Notarized Quality and Value. Gorgcoua dla- mondi brilliantly set In UK. yellow & white gold mountings. $1.50 c Wttk Other Set* 839.95 to 11000.00 « Easy Ternw. •sF' ^»**4SB»J*»i..»J»M Home of Bonded notary Diamonds •••• •!« » —^ — leading Jewelers ia Southern lllinoit tor 55 Y«tar«. S*m at 212 W. Third Duw«t«w« Alto* FINEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES EASY TERMS All nice* and width*. Priced according to t ",. f the school bell's ringing

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