The Austin American from Austin, Texas on November 29, 1966 · 3
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The Austin American from Austin, Texas · 3

Austin, Texas
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Tuesday, November 29, 1966
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Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1966 The Austin American Austin, Texas Page 3 f W? TOP SAILOR John Theo-dore, son of Mr. "and Mrs. George P. Theodore of 2503 Montopolis Dr., has been honored as the top enlisted man in his division on board the US Navy's USS Constellation. He was among the ship's personnel honored at a dinner by Capt. William D. Houser, the Constellation's commanding officer. Austin Man Charged In Kidnaping Warrants for the arrest of an Austin man charged with kidnaping and contributing to the delinquency of a minor have have been issued by Justice of the Peace Buck Smith at the request of Austin police and the Travis Conty Sheriff's office. Richard Helwig, 31, of Rt. 4, Box 331, is charged by Detective Sgt. Jim Beck with kidnaping and by Deputy Sheriff Walter Eckhard with contributing to the delinquency of a minoor in connection with the disappearance of two youngsters. The 6-year-o!d girl and her 9-year-old brother were returned safely Sunday night after having been missing from their home since Friday. The Austin American RICHARD F. BROWN, Publisher CHARLES t. GREEN, Editor Published by Newspapers, Inc., 4th and Guadalupe Streets, Austin, Texas, daily except Saturday, Sunday, New Year's Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Issues Austin American-Statesman. (Morning and Sunday Including Holiday Issues) SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monthly Yearly By Carrier, Dally and Sunday $1.90 $22.80 By Carrier, Morning Evening and Sunday 3.1 S 37.80 By Mail, Morning and Sunday in Retail Trading Zone 1.70 18.00 Mail, Daily Only, Retail Trading Zone 1.45 13.00 Mail, in Texas Morning and Sunday 2.00 24.00 Mail, in U.S., Morning and Sunday 2.2S 27.00 Mail, Foreign, Morning and Sunday 2.7S 33.00 Second class aostoga paid at Austin, Texas 78767. The Austin American and the Austin Statesman are members of the Audit Bureau of Circulation, a national organixation which certifies the circulation of the leading newspapers of tha United States. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Associated Press is entitled to the use tor publication of all tha local news printed in this newspaper as well as all (AP) news dispatches. Save at Zale's! 70-pc. stainless H COMPLETE SET by Oneida $n88 Silversmiths Ajl Compare with Kb 4 f C t t 'if. Service for 8 Beautiful "Arbor Rose" pattern by Oneida. 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This individual pointed out that in some places where a shortage of facilities, or beds, may exist, "maybe patients will stay in the hospital a bit longer, where otherwise they would be going to the nursing home." The spokesman made the ob servation that, "Fifty-two thousand beds will be more than sufficient at the beginning. In January, February and March, the first quarter, it is expected they will be admitting about 50,000 patients. The Social Security Adminis- tfation has mailed 11,000 pack ages to extended-care facilities containing standards for partic ipation in the Medicare pro gram and information concern ing Title Six, pertaining to Civil Rights. It is not expected that the entire 11,000 will qualify, either at the beginning or ultimately, but they are getting the packages as potential participate. The Social Security official said that nursing home associa tion leaders and people from the Public Health Service predict about 500,000 nursing home beds in the country will be available for medicare patients in January. Twenty-four of every 1,000 medicare patients are expected to go into an extended-care facility after spending at least three days in a hospital, this writer was told. "We are trying to correct the impression some people have that they can take Grandma, who is a trouble around the house, and put her in a nursing home to get her out of the way," the spokesman said. An extended-care facility is just what the name implies. It is a place where a patient can get or will be able to get an extension of hospital care, not a place for custodial cases. Medicare will not provide coverage for custodial cases. Your questions on Social Security and medicare are welcomed. Send them care of The Austin American-Statesman, Box 344, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y., 10017. 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