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Butte Montana Standard Newspaper Archives Aug 4 1957, Page 3

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Butte, Montana Annual Flower show Blanks now available schedules and entry Blanks for the 29th annual Flower show of the Rocky Mountain Garden club May be obtained at the chamber of Commerce. The show will be held in the Crystal room of the Anaconda company employees club aug. 20 from 6 30 . Until to . And aug. 21 from 12 noon until to . The theme of the show in a say it with Flowers and All classes Are open to the Public. Entries will be received from la . To 2 30 ., aug. 20. Exhibits will Divide into classes As follows class a annuals class a perennials class a Gladioli class a roses class a House plants class of Junior Section children from six to nine three divisions children from nine to 14, four divisions class a decorative arrangement class a Story and mood in modern arrangements class i exhibits by division Garden clubs. Earl peace county agricultural agent will be in charge of an exhibit of labelled branches of shrubs 1 and Trees that grow in Butte and a conservation exhibit will be entered by the . Forest service. Awards will be presented to three persons who identify the greatest number of Flowers in the show in the Flower naming contest. Mrs. James t. Purcell president of the Rocky Mountain Garden club is the general Flower show chairman mrs. I. A. Helmo is her co chairman. Other committee chairmen Are mrs. W. I. Higgins schedule Teresa of Donnell staging mrs. F. W. Krabler properties mrs. William Fritz entries mrs. William r. Stern classification mrs. Carl s. Bowman awards mrs. John s. Wulf hospitality mrs. John j. Cunningham publicity or. Madge Evans advertising mrs. L. C. Riter Junior Section mrs. T. M. Webb exhibit of books and National Gardener. Butte florists have been asked to exhibit banquet table arrangements. Social Security pay is being readied for 100,000 disabled More than 100,000 disabled workers All Over the nation have been notified that they Are entitled to social Security disability insurance benefits and will receive their first Benefit checks during August John Reed manager of the Butte social Security office has announced. Most of the checks were to be delivered aug. 3, and the remaining ones will be mailed on following Days. In making this announcement or. Reed noted that action is being taken As speedily As possible on All disability applications and that Many other disabled workers who May not yet have received notice of final action on their applications will be receiving their first checks in coming months. No further action is necessary on their part he said. In the first six months of 1957, applications for these new disability insurance benefits increased to a rate of about 12,000 a week. Although social Security Benefit checks for a particular month Are ordinarily jailed out for delivery on the third of the following month the heavy Load of disability applications slowed up processing and made it impossible to get checks issued on aug. 3 to All who Are entitled to disability benefits for the month of july. All disabled workers who meet the requirements of the Law and whose applications have been filed with their social Security offices before the end of december 1957, or. Reed said will get Benefit payments for july through december. After december payments cannot be made for any month before the month of application. In order to get disability benefits a person must be Between 50 and 65 and must have a Long lasting disability so severe that he is not Able to engage in any substantial gainful activity. He must have worked under social Security for 5 out of to years before becoming disabled including a year and a half out of the 3 years just before his disability began. In addition to the disability Benefit sections of the Law providing for partial replacement of earnings during a disabled workers Middle years there is a 1954 amendment providing that disabled people of any age who meet the disability and work requirements May apply to have their social Security records Frozen. When a workers social i Security record is Frozen his own and his family a future Benefit rights Are protected. Gen. Norstad on plane in emergency Landing London a to a an Airliner carrying american Gen. Lauris Norstad made an emergency Landing Here saturday but the nato commander and All others aboard escaped unhurt. Norstad was flying from Goose Bay Labrador Back to Paris in a u. S. Air Force Constellation when the big Airliner developed engine trouble. 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Grey Green or nutria in a non directional free flowing design. Rugs third floor Gravy boat on tray .$5 . Silverware main floor wednesday nights Winner of the 10-commandment Bracelet a. Diane Stratton thursday night s Bracelet Hasni to been claimed As yet. The winning ticket is Pink and is #271

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