North Carolina Newspapers

    New Small Grains
/rove Their Worth
Atlas wheat," Arlington oats,
and Colonial barley have all prov
ed their worth on North Garolina
farms by producing much heavier
yields than older varieties grown
in the State, says Dr. F. J. Bell,
seed and small grain specialist for
the State College Extension Ser
vice.
According to Bell, growers of
certified Arlington oat seed made
an average yield of 58 bushels per
acre this year, compared with an
average oat yield on only 30 bu
shels per acre throughout the
State during 1949. The average on
other oats (Victorgrain and Ful
• grain) grown by the seed produc
ers was 51 bushels per acre.
Atlas 50 and Atlas 66 wheat
produced yields of 26 bushels per
acre—exactly double the State's
1949 average wheat yield of 13
bushels per acre. The average
yield of other varieties (Redhart
and Hardired) grown by certified
seed producers was 17 bushels per
acre. f
Th.tf average yield of Colonial
Oar County And
Social Security
By LOUIS H. CLEMENT,
Manager
The objective of the Old-Age
and Survivors Insurance Program
is to pay benefits on the basis of
the worker's average monthly
wage when he is sixty-five or to
his family if he should die be
Tore age sixty-five. Therefore, the
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barley was 40 bushels per acre,
compared with 1949 State average
of only 25 bushels.
Bell says the supply of Atlas
wheat seed will be large enough
to plant about one-third of the
1950-51 crop in North Carolina.
The supply of Arlington oats is
very limited, but some seed are
still available. It is not known
at this time whether the supply
of Colonial barley will be large
enough to fill the demand.
The small grain specialist urges
farmers interested in purchasing
seed of the new varieties to place
their orders immediately.
I ^PLUNGE FATAL TO FILM HEIRESS
SHCSTIY BEFORE her death in a Los Angeles Hospital, Dionysia Skouras,
2f hter of film magnate Spyros Skouras, Is given emergency at
tc. i oy nurse Laura Palrrsquest. The heiress was fatally injured
when she fell from her uncle's penthouse. (International Soundphcto)
Social Security Administration
must have a record of the pay each
worker receives. This record is
kept in the form of a separate
Social Security Account for each
worker. To have a Social Security
Account, the worker must have
an account number card. The
worker's name, together with the
number on the card, identifies his
account so that _ wages reported
for him can be properly posted to
his credit.
If you are employed in a mill,
factory, office, store, bank, gar
age, hotel, cafe, boarding house,
beauty parlor, or the like, you
should have an account number
card. It is necessary whether you
work full time, or part time,
whatever your age.
You can go to the office of the
Social Security Administration 303
Post Office Building in Salisbury,
and make your application, or you
can get the application blank
from your local Post Office, fill
it out, and mail to the field office.
Sh«w your card to your emoloy
er and make sure he takes down
your name and Social Security
Account Number exactly as they
are shown on the card. This is
necessary for reports he must
Motor Vehicle
Registration In
Wilkes Is 9,525
Raleigh — A total of l,036l 81*
motor vehicles were registered in
North Carolina during the first
half of 1950, the North Carolina
Department of Motor Vehicles re
ported today.
The figure is 118,407 above the
918,404 registered the same
period last year.
Of the six-month total 1,014,
508 were listed as trucks, trail
make to the Government, showing
the wages he had paid to you.
Take care of your card. It is like
an insurance policy. It shows you
have an insurance account with
the U. S. Government, under the
Old-Age and Survivors Insurance
system. This account is a record
of the pay you receive which
counts toward your future bene
fits. The size of the benefit will
depend upon the amount of wages
credited to your account.
Our office is open from 9:00
a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Monday
through Friday. I will be at the
Town Hall in North Wilkesboro
each Thursday morning at 9:45
a. m.
era and autos and 22,303 as mis
cellaneous.
Mecklenburg county with 59,
092 had the largest number of
motor rehicles registered. Guil
ford was second with 57,389;
Wake, third, with 49,897; and
Forsyth, fourth, with 41,173.
Clay County lfsted the lowest
registration, 782 and Tyrrell had
839.
Following is an estimate of
registration by counties for the
first six months of the year. Wil
kes 9,625, Alexander 8,899, Alle
ghany 1,886, Ashe 3,774, Caldwell
9,281, Iredell 16,686, Surry 11,
700, Yadkin 6,998.
o —
One-tenth Of the entire world's
corn crop last year was produced
in the State of Iowa.
    

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