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Clackamas County News, Estacada, Ore. July 19, 1957
parent; a The leaflets then contain two will follow. The conference bi-
3.3*9 RETIRED COUNTY
WORKERS GET PAYMENTS smaller number were children i pages of common questions and I ennial business session will be
A total of 3,389 retired work under 18 whose insured father answers on prevalence, recogni I held Juy 24 and 25.
ers in Clackamas County
are or mother had retired. All of tion of disease, symptoms, and i most camp meeting programs
which I have died out over the years,
getting monthly social security these were unmarried child normal
to avoid , the Gladstone event has been
amount ren under 18. While child’s be- should be followed
ing to $213,167 at the
end of nifits ordinarily stops at age complications. They are design growing every year and indi
1956. This compares witn 3,020 18, Mr. Pizza called attention | ed to aid parents recognize the cations are it will be
com than ever this year, church o f
old-age beneficiaries receiving to a recent change in the law | need for proper care o f
to ficials say.
$185,638 monthly in the same which makes payments possi- [ mon childhood disease and
county a year earlier,Field Rep ble for a child over 18, based j help interpret the
Mrs. Eva Tooley has return
resentative James C. Pizza
of on the insured account of
ed from a trip to Crescent Ci
the Social Security Administra retired or deceased parent, if j The state board o f health dis
the child became totally dis tributes films and pamphlets on ty, Calif.
tion reported today.
abled before reaching 18.Pay several hundred subjects as part
At the end of 1956, monthly ments wil be made also to the of its continuing
Visitors at the home of Mr.
benefit payments were going to mother who has the disabled program on common health haz- and Mrs. Edwin Schlue are his
1,012 wives or aged dependent child in her care. This provis asds. Last year these materials parents, Mr. and
husbands of old-age benficiaries ion did not become effective were used by more thn a m ill Schlue o f Blackburn, Mo. Mr
and to 458 aged widows or d e until January
Mrs. Dayton Harris of
1957; conse ion persons in Oregon.
pendent aged widowers and pa quently child beneficiaries are
Hermiston and Mike also have
Clackamas County. not included in the total giv
been spending a few days with
PAS- I the Schlue family.
The 12-month increase in aged j en above.
beneficiaries is due partly to
If the child o f a retired or ■ From ministerial garb to ov
the lowering from 65 to 62 of deceased person is entitled to
Guests at the Robert Clay-
the age at which
a woman monthly payments, the c h i l l i eralls is quite a tansition.Pas ville home Saturday were Mr.
and Mrs. Emett Koelsch. The
without an entitled child
in mother may also be entitled
Adventist Koelsch’s two daughters
her care may qualify for bene to benefits, regardless o f her Seventh -
been staying with
fits, Piazza said. The lowering age. In Clackamas Connty at
ing pitch camp at Gladstone Mrs. Clayville for
o f the retirement age for w o end of 1956,
men was one of the provisions mothers who were caring for Park for the annual Adventist week. The two families spent
| camp meeting session to
o f the 1956 Amendments
were held there July 25 to Aug. 3. the day with a picnic at Eagle
the Social Security Act
and receiving $6,205 per month.
Workers with him,also in ov
became effective last Novem
Commenting on the growth eralls, are the other ministers
Sunday found Dr. and Mrs.
ber. It applies to retired w o of the social security
men workers, wives o f old-age ance is the 20 years o f its op o f the 110 churches in the Ore Raymond Bungard and their
two sons out fom Portland for
beneficiaries, and widows or eration, Mr. Piazza
There will be plenty during a visit with the Clayvilles.
dependent mothers o f deceas that the original law covered
ed insured workers. Many wo- about 26 million workers; as
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chocho-
fen who would have had
to of March 1957, approximately the local Seventh-day Advent
ist pastor busy.
wait up to three years longer 55.5 million people
were in Gladstone park encampment is lousek and
Starley Kay o f Gregory, S. D.
before starting to get benefits work covered by the law, and
are visiting at the home of her
under the old law became en more than 9 out of 10 persons
job of preparing living quar parents, M. and Mrs. John Pro-
titled to benefits in the
last who work fo a living and
9 ters for the
kop and Carl. Also home for
two months of 1956.
out of 10 mothers and children will attend
requires a vast
Noting that OASI coverage have a stake in the social se amount of work and planning. a short leave is PFC Mil0 Pro-
kop from Marine base in San-
as taken hold rapidly in
re curity issurance program.
The Estacada minister will i ta Ana. On Sunday they had
cent years, he pointed out that
help pitch 1400 tents, assist in , a family reunion with
three-fourths of the men b e LEAFLETS ISSUED ON
readying the six big pavilions other daughter and husband,
coming 65 this year will be el- COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
where the meetings
will be Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Putney
igble for social security bene
Publication of three new ed held, and give a hand
with of West Linn joining the fam-
fits. Of all people
over 65 ucational materials on commun general repair work
tn be ity.
years of age, 62 percent
are icable disease control was
an done on the grounds. The en
now drawing benefits or will nounced Friday by
the state campment will have its own
Miss Pamela Colson of Ore
be entitled to
them board of health.
fire department (composed of gon City is visiting this week
when their income from work
The leaflets, entitled Measles. ministers.lpolice force and kit at the home of her grandmoth
Whooping Coogh, and Scarlet chen staff.
er, Mrs. Bessie Meade.
In December 1956,
718 Fever, will be distributed with
Come July 24, the ministers
children in Clackamas Coun out charge through local health who have been readying the
Recent visitors in Estacada
ty were being paid a total o f departments,
private physic encampment will get back in were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kitch-
$29,924 monthly. These were ians, schools and local civic and to suits again to lead out
in ing o f Salem at the homes of
largely minor children of
a health organizations.
the ten days of meetings that his brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cellers
are now settled in their new '
IMMM in Main street pureha od
from Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collins
Residents on Delph road re
gret the loss of good
bors, Mr. and Mrs. Red Hous-
ler who have bought a
in Portland.Housler is employ
ed by the Tualatin Valley Bus
New neighbors on the Delph
Road are the Hood family, re
have bought the Housler farm
and are planning to convert it
to dog kennels where they will
raise several breeds of
greed dogs. M. Hood is retired
and is employing himself this
week with custom hay baling
in the Delph road area.
THIS PERSON AND THAT
Continued from Page 1
slugs of good whiskey.”
body knew how much a slug
was and it was left to the pat
ient’s own judgment.
day the doctor who doctored
you knew that when you came
tQ a certain doctor to be doctor
ed you were going to be doc
tored just the way you wanted
to be doctored.
The old time Sunday School
Superintendent says that he re
members once when the class
asked about Asa and one boy
asked,'Which one, Asa Hearts?’
Reserved Seats — int*- *•*
$ 3.00 • $2 50 * $2 00
FOR BIST SI ATS
ORDIR I T MAIL T O O ATl
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data datirad to: Box Ottico, J. A-
ami r n
soa S. W. Sth Avo.,
General Arturo R. Eipaillat,
Consul General of the Dominican
Republic, presents Ike decoration
of Orden del Merito de Duarte,
Sanchez y Mella, en el grade de
Com^ndador to Doctor Samuel Al-
cott Thompson of N.-w York City,
for his outstanding contributions
to the Surgical Symposium he-u
recently in the Dominican Repub
lic at the University of Santo
Domingo. The meeting was at
Mo de by
tended by hundreds of doctors ,
from ail corners of the free world. |
Doctor Thompson is a Fellow ct from the one ond only
the American College of Surgeons,
Associate Profesu-or of burgery M IRA CLE WHIP
at the New York Uedical College
and a Fellow c l tlie International j pickle relishes
College of Surgery, specializing it
3iid o h ,® g o o d /
You can get your Clackamas
There is generally a rummage County Fair Premium Book at
sale going on in the commun the News office. They are free.
ity and various
advert’sing are used for them.
Not far from here there was a
sign posted in a store
read: "Rummage Sale— Good
chance to get rid of everything
not worth keeping but too good
to tnrow away. Bring your hus
;,;rv T n 111 il MB
M AKE YOUR OWN
One o f the most
occupations in Estacada is sell
ing fish worms.
Got your “fingers crossed” on the future,
hoping to get the “breaks”? Let’s face it!
Lady Luck is fickle and luck is largely a do-it-
yourself activity. “Getting the breaks” is most
ly a matter of being ready to open the door
when opportunity knocks. The best and surest
way to get ready is to institute a program of
systematic saving . . . and stick to i t ! H E R E
is the place to do your saving and the place to
put your money to work for you! Why not
start making your own luck - - NOW ?
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interest on One Year Certif
icates of Deposit.
2 % %
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at this home-owned,
We wish to express our appreciation for the fine response we had
on our subscription drive. We also thank our advertisers for the
splendid cooperation in taking care of the coupons.
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A Member of
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We feel that those folks who have not brought their subscriptions
up to date are not interested in receiving the paper. As of Aug. 1,
1957, all delinquent subscribers will be discontinued on our mail
LtT'S M AKE
FAR?,*. SAFETY WEEK!
July 2 1 -2 7 , is NATIONAL FARM
SAFETY W EEK, but let's ce care
ful all year ’ round not to have
accidents on our farms.
LET US HELP YOU KILL BUGS,
APHIS AND WORMS!
Here you will find the most complete line of
baits, . dusts and, sprays in large or small
packages. Our stock of weed killers is also
Take advantage of the Expert Field Service
which is available to you at all times or ask us
for the free bulletins that help explain the use
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