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DETROIT ? The Ju&t-re!ease4
"Blue Book" of the American
Newspaper Publishers Associa
tion, which annually honors out
standing advertising accomplish
ment, picl<s two newspaper cam
paigns by 't he Chevrolet Motor
Division as among "the best of
1949."
, Passenger <?ar and truck adver
tising campaigns are named in
dividually for awards, a citation
virtually Without precedent.
ANPA Judges in their twelfth an
nual advertising review selected
only 50 campangns dealing with
all types of merchandise. Camp
bell-Ewald C?>., national advertis
ing agency, handles the t'hevro
lftt aecouni.
At least two thirds of the coun
try's daily newspapers carry U.S.
Department of Agriculture miir
kpt news reports.
SOCIAL SECURITY
NOTES
Margaret Lowder
In my first article, 1 described
I the social security law as youi
| policy for old-age and survivors
i insurance and your social securi.
I ty card as the symbol of that pol
j icy. Perhaps you are among the
millions now protected by this
program. It may be that you are
among the more than three mil
lion now receiving monthly In
! suran.ce payments under this law.
If you're among the latter, your
September check, scheduled to
reach you early in October, will
show the increased payments gi
ven you under the newly. amend ?
ed social security law.
How much will ypur increase
be? Well, to be fair to you and
the other current beneficiaries
serviced by the office,. I would
have to give 3,300 answers to
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that question. There a re that n.a
ny |>oople now getting old-age
and survivors Insurance pay
ments in this urea.
Obviously, i can't toe specific.
October checks will tell you In
dollars and cents just how much
benefit payments have been In
creased. '
However, Increases range from
about 50 percent tor highest ben
efit groups to about 100 per cent
for low benefit groups. For ex
ample, the average beneflt.of ap
proximately $26 per mon-th for a
retired insured worker will be In- '
creased to about $46. If you are
now getting $40 a month In pay
.ments as a retired worker your
September check will, be for a
bout $64.
Family benefits will be increas
ed also. For Instance, the present
maximum benefit for a family of
$85 will be $150 for the family un
der the new taw. A widow with
two children now receiving $55
montfily Will, get about $110 und
er the new law. Each of these
increased payments to wives, par
ents, widows, and dependent
children must beflgured individ
ually. Th<> amounts of these in
creases will depend largely on
the amount of the insured retired
worker's 'enlarged benefit. In no
case will increased family bene
fit payments! exceed. eighty per
cent of his average ' monthly
wage
All of the increases I have
mentioned apply to present ben
eficiaries. The new law makes It
easier for workers to qualify for
social security protection' and be
come future beneficiaries under
old-age and survivors insurance.
In my next article I shall discuss
this important phase of your new
social security. 1
Atomic Effects Book
In Third Printing
Public demand for the Govern
ment^ newest best seller entitled
'The Effects of Atomic Weapons"
has been so great that two print
ings have been sold out in less
thao a month since the book was
released, the Government Print
ing Office announced
first printing~or I0.0o(feopies was
sold out August 11, the first day
the book was available. A second
printing of 20,000 copies is now
gone, and a third printing of 15,
000 copies will be off the presses
in a few days. Orders for the |
book, which sells for $1.25 . per |
copy, are still pouring in to the I
Superintendent of Documents,
Government Printing Office, ;
Washington, 25, D. C.
The information contained in
this publication answers many
of the quesions the public is ask
ing about atomic weapons and
what effects they would have If
put into use It is of primary in
terest to persons engaged in ci
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Marlowe's Center Service
On The Busy Corner? Phone 62
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
T. L,.Cashwell> Jr., Pastor
Sunday?
9:45. a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
Sermon by the Pastor.
6:45 p. m. Baptist Training Un
ion.'
8:0v p. m. Evening Worship
Service. Sermon by the Pastor.
Monday:
7:00 p. m. Covered Dish supper
an U mission study for Jr. and Se
nior V. W. A.'s at the home of
Mrs. Ai Dunn.
Wednesday:
7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting.
8:00 p. m. Senior Choijr rehear
sal.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
P. D. Patrick, Minister
Sunday ?
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Harry Page, Supt.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon: "A Holy Materialism"
?Rev. Mr. Patrick!
3:00 p. in. Sunday school and
cFiurch at Dixon, J. A. Darracott,
Supt. ,
7:00 p. m. Presbyterian Youth
Fellowship.
8:00 p. m. Union Service at Cen
tra; Methodist church, open AA
meeting. ,
Monday
7:00 p. m. Boy Scouts.
7:30 p. m. Women of the Chur
ch.
Tuesday ?
4:30 p. m. Junior Youth Fellow
ship.
Wednesday ?
6:30 p. m. Girl Scouts.
7:30 p. m. Choir practice.
Thursday ?
3:30 p. m. Brownies. '
Friday ?
Junior Choir 3:30 p. m.
CORINTH PRIMITIVE CHTTRCH
Elder E. H. Simpson, Pastor
iW. Geld jSt. n?ar J8ridae#r Alport
TPreachlng services:
First Sundays 2 p. m.
Third Sundays 11 a. m.
viliah defense, the building tra
des, and others vitally interested
in what happens when an ato
mic bomb explodes.
The book was prepared by the
Atomic Energy Commission from
non -confidential scientific and
technical Information. It is the
most informative and authorita
tive book on atomic Weapons
which can be made public and
is the most significant document
on atomic energy to be publish
ed since the Smythe Report.
Neglect of farm woodlands
means loss of cash income, say
forestry specialists at State Col
lege.
ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Sunday, September 17?
Sunday School 9:45 a- m.
Church Service, Mr. Raymond
Bost, 11:00 a. m.
Brotherhood 7:00 p. m.
The Luther Leagues 7:00 p. m.
Monday, September 18th?
Cub Scouts 4:00 p. m.
Boy Scouts 7 :00 p. m.
Tuesday, September 19?
Inter. Girl Scouts 4:00 p. m.
Youth Choir 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, September 20 ?
Senior choir 7:30 p. m.
FIRST WESLEY AN
METHODIST CHURCH
J. W. Phillips, Pastor
Sunday ?
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
N. H. Kelley, Supt.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
W. Y. P. S. 6:30 p. m.
Y.M.W.B. 6:30 p. m
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Monday ?
Cub Scouts 4:30 p. m.
Boy Scouts 7;15 p. m.
Wednesday ?
Girl Scouts 4:30 p. m.
Prayer Service 7:30 p. m.
PARK GRACE CHURCH OF THE
NAZARENE
Rev. Clay Chllders, Pastor
Sunday school 10:00.
Supt. Raymond Gregory.
Morning worship 11:00,
Young People's service 6:30.
Herman Ruff, president. v
Evangelistic service 7:30.
Midweek prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Radio program: "Showers of
Blessings," each Sunday morn
ing at 9 a. m. over WGNC, Gas
tonia.
MISSIONARY METHODIST
CHURCH
I _ , Second Street Cgja Mill
'Services "...
Rev. H. Spurgeon Scruggs Pastor
Kings Mountain, N. C.
Sunday ?
J. J. Sisk, Supt.
Morning worship 11 a. jn.
Young People's Society 6:30 p.
m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p. m.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30
P. m.
MOUNTAIN VIEW BAPTIST
CHURCH
Rev. Floyd Hollar, Pastor
Crov/ders Mountain Community
Sunday ? ?
10:00 Sunflay school, Paul
Camp, Supt
11:00 Morning service.
7:30 Evening service.
BOfCE MEMORIAL ARP
CHURCH
WiUiam L. Preasly, Minister
Ciiurch school 10 a. m.
Lewis Hovis, Supt.
Morning service 11 a. tn.
Sermon "by the minister.
We will worship at the Metho
dist church during the evening
hour.
Circles will meet Monday aft-'
ernoon and evening.
Cub Scouts Will iheeF Wednes
day alternoon.
Prayer meeting at 7:30.
Choir practice at 8:00:
Come and worship with us.
CENTRAL METHODIST
CHURCH
J. H. Brendall, Minister
Sunday
Sunday School.
Paul Walker, Supt;
11:00 a. m. Morning worship.
Subject: "Glimpses of Heaven."
6;00 p. m. Intermediate MYF.
6:45 p. m. Senior MYF.-'
8:00 p. m. Special open meet
ing and program by AA.
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
CHURCH
T. W. Fogleman, Pastor
< Morning service 11 a. m.
Sunday school each Sunday at
10 a. m.
Lamar Herndon. Supt. .
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CHURCH OF COD
Corner of Parker and Gaston
Rev. Frank Petrucelll, Pastor
_ Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Night service 7 p. m.
Saturday night YPE 7 p. m.
FIRST CHURCH OF THE
HA2ABm
Harry E. Crump, Pastor
Saturday 7:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Ben Short, Supt.
Aast Supt. Wecley Moss.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young Peoples service 6:30 p.m
President: Mrs? Li la Croft.
Junior Society 6:30 p. m. Mfs
Myrtle^Satimiers. president.- m =
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday 7 p. <m. prayer meet
tng.
SECOND WESLEYAN
METHODIST CHURCH
% Rev Y. H. Cuter, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Wednesday: "7 p. m. Prayer
meeting.
7:00 p. m. Evening worship.
BEN'S MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Located one mile West
of Margrace Mill
Jim Painter, Pastor
You are Invited to attend ser
vices Saturday night, Sunday
morning and Sunday night. *
back to school..
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Waterfowl Season
Dates Announced
RALEIGH. ? The 1950-51 goose
and duck hunting season in Nor
th Carolina will open November
27 and run through January '.5.
Currituck, Hatteras, Ocracoke and
Lake Mattamuskeet are tamed
hunting places along the Atlan
tic Flyway. The dally bag limit
for geese will be two, and the pos
session limit two. The duck bag
limits wil be four a day and eight
In possession. -
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