Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on August 19, 1958 · Page 26
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 26

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Tuesday, August 19, 1958
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1WH»y. August 19. 19S8--P. ...a {Stale Could Gain $500,000 Under Social Security Bill Nebraska would h a v e | would have increased it $26, | He pointed out disabled de- mini.TM 500; the Senate bill may add pendents classified as ' a d u l t ' g r gg i ' 'Diplomatic? Envoy Dumbo Penetrates Iron Curtain By David M. Nicho! Journal-Chicago Daily News, London -- The zoos of the Soviet Union and Britain are doing a brisk exchange business in spite of the chilly atmosphere at governmental levels Two elephants from Eng- about $6,000. (children" now receive pay- |gained more than-$l million | in public assistance funds for »its old age, blind, aid to de- ,..,.,,,,. -- r --. .'pendent children and disabled officials look for little or no OI . Illtllliui; U1 , auic lw ,,,,..,. departments had the House I increase for the a ' djltou ^ e j after reaching the age of 18. « Social Security boosts g o n ~ Under the Senate proposal,' menl o jf t ney are physically j* * _ _ · _ . ! _ . . _ · _ f*^ u 1S4 41 A /»·· nikl * * 11 t _ i _ . i ,, ...., u l» unable to work ^through. t As the Senate version Is t presented now, the state's -gains from the increased So- cial Security benefits could be about $500,000. pendent children or disabled programs in Nebraska. The $2,432.000 in federal funds allocated the state last year for the ADC program would ha\e increased $139,500 by the House bill. The dis- Curb Service Huntsvillc, Ala (UPD--The When fire department at the Army's ^JJ^ 1 Redstone Arsenal ofiers .curb t firehouse, where service. ' was extinguished. a truck hauling i»r the blaze land will be traded at the end of the summer for 2 pairs of rare snow leopards from the Moscow zoo. Whipsnade Zoo which is providing one of the elephants has never had snow leopards. London Zoo hasn't had any since 1948. Some children will be saddened by the exchange London Zoo's contribution is to be dumbo, a 10-year- old Indian elephant who has been providing rides for youthful zoo visitors for most of her life. But her keeper will be glad to see her go A zoo official said "Dumbo is unhappy in her winter quarters, when ui^e is no riding, and gets rather bad-tempered as a result." ADVKKTIBKMKNT Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry E»t talk, Ifcuh or *neez« without fear or lowcOre Mso teeth droopluK. nltipt:u; or wobbling FASTEN H. holds plates ftrmer und more comfortably This pleasant powder has uo Kumuiy. gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cuuwj nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid) Checks "plat« odor (denture breath. Get FASTEETH at druK'COunters everywhere. 2-3331 Journal-Star Want .Ads Bring Results 2-1234 The House bill would have ablcd state program w o u 1Id ''increased the 4 public assist-j have benefittcd by about $46,- rance programs by $288 mil-{000 by the House's increase #lion, whereby the S e n ' a t e ' i n this department, federal .proposal cuts it down to $197 aid lo Nebraska disabled to- roillion in an effort to avoid taled $652,800 last year, offi- Presidential veto. fials reported ~ According to Nebraska Should the Senate boost go State Dept. of Welfare offi- through, Nebraska Social Se- cials, the House bill would I C U rit officials say recipients have boosted by $970,000 the would receive about $425,000 , federal aid of $7,471,000 given to the state old age program during 1957-58. · It ; may bring an additional $t(Xi,uuu under Ihe Senate ver- "sion, they estimate Federal aid to the blind program last year totaled $468,000 additional. About $60 million was paid out to sonic 91.844 retired couples and surviving dependents in the state in 1957. A F Silber, Lincoln Dis- Social Securily director, Land Contests Set More than 2.000 Nebraska youth and adults w i l l compete in local, countv and state land judging contests in September and October Harold Oilman, PAtension consei \ a t i o n i s t at the I'rmci- .sity of Nebraska, says t h e land ludqmg activity w i l l c u l - minate with the state contest at Curtis, Get 21 Dates of area contests include \iea \ I I ! C u i t i s , Sept. 33 Aiea 111, Picue, Sept. 18 A i c a IV J l e b i o n , Sept. 20 Aiea VI Alma. Sept 27 and Aiea \11. Alliance, Ocl 15 Dates of aiea contests in Areas 1 and 11 l m \ e not been announced C o n t e s t a n t s \vill be allowed to use land capability charts l o r the l u s t t i m e a c c o i d i n ^ to Oilman The c h a i l s were piepared b\ the Soil Conser- \ation S e i \ u e a n d d u p l u n t - . ed by the rC\lension S e i \ u e at the U n n e i s i h Other new fcatuies of land ividqinq this eai will be a revised .scoie card, according to Oilman The new card has been developed to fit v e r y - closely with the Soil Consei ration Sen ice standards foi mapping soils and land treatment The IXcbiaska \ssouation of Soil and \ \ a t e i Consei \ a * lion D i s t u c l s a w . u d s ubbons lo the highest i . u i k m u teams a n d indiMduals in a l l a r e a contests Plaque aw a i d s also are given bv this association in the siate competition in Nebiaska g ai(J lf ' Dependents of disabled The House beneficiaries should receive . b e n e f i t s as prouded by the Senate pioposal, this would mean at least a ti ipling of the hinds paid 708 disabled persons now on t h e Social Security rolls in Nebraska L«'av« for Klvis Memphis, T e n n. l U P l ) -The A i m v has granted a 5- day extension loi singer K l v i s P i e s l e v ' s emergency leave A f t e i attending f u n e r a l sei v i c e s fot his mother, who died last week. 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(Special) Obseiv- «i s here are hailing a i emark- ·ble new advance against, the most unrelenting misery of hay fever-- congestion in the nose- emus zone. A way has been found lo df- congest this congestion. This is the central fact which has aroused so much interest on the part of hay fever sufferers who have never found satisfactory relief from other medications. Up to now, nose drops, eye drops, inhalers, sprays and an- trhistamines have given some measure of relief. But today you can expect much more complete comfort. This new compound reaches all the congested rawl ureas from all sides, through the blood stream. It opens stuffed- HP, blocked nasal passages. Free breathing is restored in minutes. Stops unpleasant sneezing; watery, itching eyei are cleared. 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