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FRIDAY, An:iL 8ih., 1S43
' By EdNofslgti
mi; uurLiw timcs
And Survivors Insurance Program
"Over 143 women in New Han
dover' County, receive $2,643.00 del-
- lars each month under the Old-Age
and Survivors Insurance program",
N. A. Avera, Manager of the Wil
mington Social Security Office
' said today.
'A woman,. 65 or older and not
' working' In covered employment,
. qualifies for monthly benefits if she
" is "fully Insured". She is fully In
' sured if she has been paid $50.00
. or more in covered employment in
each of at least half of the calendar
, quarters from January 1, 1937,
when the program began, up to
;. tht quarter in which she becomes
. ' 65. The wife of a wage earner who
- is drawing benefits is entitled to
one half of the amount that her
husband receives each month, if
' she is 65 and not employed in a.
., covered job. .
A widow with children "under 18
in" her care receives monthly bene-
: fits for herself and the children if
-' her hifcband was insured. These
benefits are payable each month,
As each child, becomes 18 that
child 8 check is stopped.
Monthly benefits are also paid to
the widow of a wage earner who
' was insured if she is 65 or older
' and was living with her husband at
, the time of his death. The payments
., continue each month unless she
A lump-sum death payment - is
paid the widow of an insured wage
; earner if she is not 65 and does
not have children -under 18 in her
care. When she is 65, if she has'
not remarried, she may become en
titled to monthly benefits.
If the wage earner left a de
pendent mother who was 65 at the
time of the wage earner's death,
she will be entitled to monthly
benefits, if the wage earner was in
sured qnd not survived by a. widow
or child who could become entitled
to monthly benefits.-"-, . V
' Persons wishing to know if they
are entitled to benefits should con
tact the Field Office located in the
Custom House, Wilmington, N. C.
Fewer cattle and calves showed
up at southern markets last week,
but prices for beef on the hoof were
again weak and as much as SOcents
to $1 a hundred pounds lower.
Hog prices were, the lowest since
the sharp break in early February.
Broiler markets had a steady to
firm undertone, except in the Del-Car-Va
area, where prloes were
unsettled. In central North. Caro
lina, prices were firm -and up to
one cent a pound.
Southeaster fresh fruit and vege
table shipments were moderate to
liberal for the week.
The week saw cotton . prices
strengthen very slightly, with Mid
dling 15-16 inch staple averaging
32.66 cents a pound in the 10 sou-
TRUE STONES FINELY CUT
SEE ' '
Phone 875-6 ,
Office Over Mitchnert Cafe
therh spot "markets Friday, com
pared with 32.62 cents a week ear
lier and 35.79 cents a pound a year
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
UNDER AND -BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY contained in that cer
tain section of the General Statutes
of North Carolina, being G.S. 115
86, and the Clerk of Superior Court
df Duplin County having ordered
a resale of the property, a ten per'
centj-aised bid having been filed
with the Clerk of Superior Court
of Duplin County, the undersigned
will offer for sale for cash on Wed
nesday, April 13, 1949, at the hour
of 12:00 Noon at the Courthouse
Door in Kenansville, N. C. Duplin
County, all -that certain tract or
parcel of land situated in Duplin
County, -State of . North Carolina,
and being described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
south edge of the cart road that
leads from Curtis Halls to O. R.
Quinns on Susan Ann Jones, heirs
Hue, and runs with said line Soutli
38 Westl9V4 poles to a stake near
the fence; thence North 2 East 16
poles to a stake on the cart roaa;
thence 'with said road South 85
East 8 3-5 poles to the beginning,
containing 1 acre, more or less.
and being the same lands as de
scribed in a deed to the Board of
Education from Curtis Hall as t
corded in Book 164, page 78, pf the
Duplin County Registry.
The bid will begin at $209.00,
in the name of James D. Pickett,
being the person who raised the
A ten per cent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
on date of sale as evidence of eood
Advertised this the 28th day of
R. M. Carr, Chairman,
Board of Education
of Duplin County.
O. P. Johnson, Secretary
Forest Service, U. 8. Department of Agriculture
"Wliy doesn't Farmer Brown try contour farmins?"
your corn planter - do it now!" ur
ges Dr. R. P. Moore, director in
charge of the North Carolina Crop
Improvement Association at State
Many farmers rework the cells
of either old or new plates in order
to get an accurate seed drop. The
important point is to make sure
the largest kernels can be planted
without difficulty. If this is done,
the smaller kernels will give no
trouble, especially in well-graded
lots of corn.
CHECK SEED PLATES NOW
"Don't wait until Dlantine dav to
obtain the proper seed plates for
A. J. CAVENAUGH
PIAMONOS WA : CUhS
WATCH AND J EWE LIU
Wallac M. C
The undersigned having qua i
fied as Administrator of Paul Fa.
son, this is to notify all persons tj
whom the estate is indebted to file
claim with the undersigned on or
before the 1st., day of April, 1950,
or this Notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to the es
tate will make payment to the es
tate at once.
This 30th., day of March, 1949
J. Howard Faison,
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' , PRICES
hi tho cntiro truck field
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Htatlng and vrnifliaffng iyim ptfwial at extra &
Q. Why should a farmer pay $10
Qr more per bushel for hybrid corn
seed when he can get other kinds
of corn seed for much less?
A. A little figuring will show
that extra money spent, for hybrid
seed is one of the best investments
a farmer can make. A bushel
corn will plant about 8 acres. At a
price of $10.50 per bushel, seed for
one acre would cost approximately
$1.30. So just one extra bushel of
corn grown on that acre will pay
for the seed cast.
In terms of results, it is the open
pollinated corn rather than hybrid
seed which is expensive to buy.
Q. Should DDT be used on dairy
cows for insect control?
A. No. It is recommended that
meihoxyehlor, Another effective inr
secticide, be substituted for DDT
THERE'S A CHEVROLET TRUCK FOR
EVERY JOB . . . with capacities from
4,000 lbs. to 16,000 lbs. G. V.W.I
MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS , IN USE
. THAN ANY OTHER MAKE I
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Southerland' Electric Co
Warsaw, N. C. Phone 301-1
Your (G. E.) Dealer
SALES & SERVICE
All Types Of Wirinjr
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" cirwiceJnsuronce so - ry 237-1
S'tfms erindividuois H 275-1
in controlling insect pests on lairy
cows.. Farmers are urged to make
jvery effort to reduce fly-breeding
sources by proper clean-up a'ir'
other sanitary measures.
AF & AM
AT 7:30. ALL MASTER MASONS
ARE INVITED TO ATTNED.
MEETS 1?VERY SECOND AND
FOURTH TUESDAY NIGHTS
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Phones 217-J or 230
Born with strange POWKUS. Wi.i
tell you what you want to know
without asking questions. Will re
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you. Reunite the separated and
will guide you in all affai -s of
LIFE, LOVE and BUSINESS.
WHY REMAIN IN DOUBT? SEI"
THIS GIFTED MEDIUM TO-DAY.
'-ook for GAYLE hand sign at ?.M
Castle Hayne Road, continuation of
North 4th St. - Route 117, Vill
mington, N. C. 1-3 mile beyond
City Limits t- OPEN DAIL.
Air Base Bus passes door. Loc?,cd
in own home. NOT IN TRAILER.
THREE YEARS in SAME LOCA-j
TION. Not here today and snne I
SASH, DOORS, SI1EET
KOC" ROCK LATH,
ROCK WOOL, PLASTER,
riME, CEMENT, BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TER-RA-COTTA
TILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHir F3, ALL KINDS
OF ROLL ROOFING 5-V
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WoMncft, N C.
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WARSAW. NORTH CAROLINA
Life - Fire Storm - Automobile, etc.
Warsaw, N. C.
Q III N N WHOLESALE CO.
OF WARSAW IN DUPLIN
POLAR BEAR FLOUR
GROCERIES, FEEDS, SEEDS
MILFORD QUINN, Mgr.
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