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    State Dept. Os Archives
MkraMming Ceenty Records
Representatives of the State
Department of Archives and His
tory arrived in Burnsville on
Monday to begin an inventory of
the records of the various coun
ty offices preparatory to micro
filming for security those of per
manent value. When written up
the inventory will list all public
records found and will contain
schedules of retention and dis
posal for each record, or series
of records. Permanently valuab
le records in need of repair will
be restored by lamination in the
department’s records restoration
and then rebound. Two micro
film camera operators will re
main in the courthouse and mi
crofilm all records classified as
permanently valuable. All work
will be done at state expenses.
Microfilm copies will be stored
in the State Archives and in the
event of loss of the original re
cords copies can be furnished at
nominal cost.
For years, Dr. Christopher
Crittenden, Director of the State
Department of Archives and His
tory, and Dr. H. G. Jones, State
Archivist, considered possible
methods of safeguarding the re
cords of the counties. They ev
entually devised the present plan
of microfilming for security, and
the state-wide program was au
thorized by the 1959 General As
sembly (G.S. 121-5.1). Counties
have been selected approximat
ely by age and Yancey is the
seventieth county to be schedul
ed. The program is under the
direct supervision of Rear Ad
miral A. M. Patterson, USN
(Ret.), Assistant State Archivist.
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Microfilming will be done by P.
W Hines and H. D. Stroud of
the department.
The department has extended
an invitation to all churches in
tlie county to take advantage of
this opportunity to provide sec
urity for their records by bring
ing than to the courthouse for
microfilming. Minutes,. registers,
and other records of permanent
value- will be microfilmed and
the film stored in State Archives
for security. No cost to churches
is involved. As in the case of
county records, copies of church
records can be provided at small
cost in the event of loss of origi
nal records. Churches wishing to
take advantage of this service
should contact Mr. Hines in the
office of the clerk of superior
court as soon as possible.
It is estimated that work will
be completed in the county by
the end of August.
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NEWS
By: D. C. Nichols
Q. I'm sure that many read
your column regularly, as it
throws light on questions of in
terest to almost everyone. Now
I want to ask a question of my
own: Am I getting mv money’s
worth from the Social Security
tax dollars I’m paying?
A. If you are the Average
Worker earning social security
life insurance, disability insur
ance, and retirement insurance
protection, besides health insur
ance protection starting at age
65 you are certainly getting
your money’s worth and more,
in terms of protection, from your
social security tax dollars.
The exact dollar amounts of
the different kinds of protection
that you as an individual have,
or will have, depend on your
level of earnings, your age,
whether you become disabled,
how long you live, whether and
when you retire, your marital
and family status (wife and
children, if any, and their ages),
etc.
Quoting Robert Myers, chief
actuary of the Social Security
Administration “As with all
p-»rna es workers will re
alise a greater return on their
s-«.,ai security ’investment’;
some a smaller return, if (a
worker) who is married and has
three small children should be
unfortunate and die at an early
age, his family would receive
benefits far in excess of his con
tributions. This, would also be
the case if he and his wife are
fortunate and live a goodly num
ber of years after his retire
ment.’’ It would also be true if
be should become disabled for
work during his younger or
middle years.
Os course, if he never becomes
disabled, and if he should die in
his early sixties without being
survived at that time by any
eligible dependent, then his “re
turn” would certainly be less
than his tax contributions. How
ever to quote Mr. Myers
again “he would have had the
protection of survivors and disa
bility insurance during his youn
ger years and the potential pro-
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THE YANCEY RECORD
lection of retirement benefits if
he had survived to retirement
age ’ He also would have had
Medicare protection had he lived
to age 69.
It is only natural and under
standable that an individual
worker paying this tax should
ask what Social Security la
worth to him on a strictly indi
vidual bass.
But the fact is this is not aa
individual insurance system. As
its name indicates, it is “Social
Security” rather than Individual
Security. It is a social insurance
program (for the large social
group, for the society and the
nation as a whole). It is primar
ily desiged to meet the broad,
basic needs of this Nation’s
workers and their families for
protection against the loss of
“work income” due to old age
and retirement, disability, or
the death of the family bread
winner.
Moreover, as is true of all in
surance, its value to the insur
ed individual or family must be
Judged not merely by the dollar
amounts that may actually be
received, but by the protection
the individual or family has
against the specified insurance
risks.
(This is the first of a three
part answer to a very important
question. The second part will
appear later in The Yancey Re
cord.)
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Members
Attending 4-H
CM Week in
Raleigh
A delegation of Four 4-H Club
members and one adult leader
are representing Yancey County
at State 4-H Chib Week in Ral
eigh this week.
The Yancey County delegates
- are among some 1,500 club mem
bers and leaders participating
in the annual four-day program
which began Monday on the
North Carolina State University
campus.
The program consists of re
creation, attending classes, com
petition, election of state offi
cers and a lot of fellowship.
“Four-H Club Week offers an
excellent opportunity for per
sonal growth and development,”
comments Dr. T. C. Blalock,
state 4-H Club leader. “It is an
event that club members lode
forward to each year with great
anticipation,” he added.
During the week state win
ners are determined in the de
monstration programs and var
ious jpdging activities.
Among the events in which
Yancey County 4-H’ers are par
ticipating are Public Speaking
and the Health Pageant.
Members of the Yancey Coun
ty delegation attending are Miss
Alice Thomas, Miss Anita Fox,
Miss Deborah Cassady, and Miss
Rebecca Jane Thomas.
Leading me delegation is *.
L. Dillingham, County Extension
Chairman.
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