Air pollution in the metropolitan city area of Kansas, United States. View of Kansas City skyline on clear day and on smoggy day. Vehicles move on the streets. View of jet airliner taking off, emiting smoke. View of Kansas center city. An animated map shows seven Counties that differ in terms of land use, industrialization and economic activities in Missouri and Kansas. Kansas City Municipal and Fairfax airports, with aircraft taxiing. Aerial view of the airport areas with smog visible. View of bridges with factories behind barely visible through the smog. Rural road, with open burning of refuse in a large fire, with black smoke rising. Smoke rising from low building and from Large industrial plant. Aerial view of Kansas City from over the river,. with smoke obscuring the scene. Aerial view of smoke and pollution blanketing the whole area. Industrial plants along the river edge billowing smoke. The representatives of Kansas and Missouri present findings of the airport area survey during a conference. Animated illustrations of pollution sources: refuse burning; industrial processes; fuel combustion; and mobile sources.
A basketball match between Indiana and Kansas for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) crown being held in Kansas, United States . A crowd in a stadium. A banner reads: 'Kansas NCAA Champs'. The match in progress. The crowd cheers and applauds. Indiana wins the match.
Smoke and air pollution from melting furnaces or cupolas, at steel and nonferrous foundries in area of Kansas City, United States. Smoke rising from scrap metal reprocessing plants. Dust swirling near ground and emitted from the top of Grain mills and storage elevators. Smoke, with particulates and noxious gases, emanating from petroleum refining facilities near the center of Kansas City. View of pollution coming from rock quarry and crushing operations. Smoke rising from asphalt and concrete batching plants. Smoke pouring from high stacks at a cement plant. View from airplane flying through some of the smoke. Aerial view of smoke plume, from cement plant, extending many miles downwind. Smoke and fumes from chemical plants in the Kansas City area.
Air pollution due to mobile sources in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Aerial view of traffic on modern highway with overpasses. Heavy equipment at a construction site. A bus on highway. View from above of a locomotive emitting smoke. Aerial view of tug boats moving barges on river. A jet airliner taking off with large smoke trails from its four engines. A large diesel truck on the highway, giving off heavy exhaust. Vehicle traffic on major highway. Layers of smoke and pollution over the entire Kansas City area, seen from an airplane. General aerial views over Kansas City from an aircraft of wind carrying smoke away from the area, smog during a thermal inversion condition; smoke rising from open burning in a residential area; a grain elevator; a power plant. A blazing fire raising dense black smoke pollution at a junk yard.
Provisions of the Social Security Act, 1935 in the United States. The Capitol of the United States, in Washington, DC. Scenes of Americans suffering during the Great Depression. Industrial plants closing putting people out of work. Unemployed and needy Americans lined up for a meal at a soup kitchen. The Social Security Act,1935 its provisions provides immediate aid to the needy, aged, blind and dependent children. A diagrammatic presentation depicts: the procedure by which the jobless and needy will receive monthly income through joint cooperation of the Federal and the State Governments. A postman hands over monthly income to a blind man and a dependent child at their house. Other provision of the act is the Old Age Benefits. A diagrammatic presentation depicts: the procedure by which the worker will receive benefits at the age of 65 years. To apply for a Social Security Account Number, one has to fill out an application and deposit it at any labor organization or post office. Animation shows how one fills out an application. At a post office, officers assist a man in filling out his application. Workers receiving their social security cards from their employers: a soda jerk at a soda fountain receives his and shows it. A man and a woman show theirs. A boss gives a factory worker his new social security card, along with his pay envelope. A man working at a bench receives his from his employer. A projectionist in a movie theater projection booth receives his card from his employer. A number of the cards is shown. An older retired man and woman are shown relaxing at home by their fireplace.
Applications for social security accounts under the Social Security Act,1935 in the United States. Display of a calendar. After the enactment of the Social Security Act, 1935 on 24 November, 1936, workers sign applications to apply for Old Age Retirement Benefits for the first time. A United States Post Office building. A man fills out an application for a social security card, at the post office. Five ways to return filled applications include handing them to a shop foreman, secretary of labor union, letter carrier or depositing them directly at a post office or dropping in local mail box. After returning the application the workers receive Social Security Account Numbers from the Social Security Board. They receive monthly income for life when they retire at the age of 65 years.