Wage-Earners without numbers should make application at once
Wage-earners of Tennessee who have failed to obtain social security numbers are putting an unnecessary burden on themselves and may delay the prompt handling of their claims for unemployment benefits, F. G. Scott , Director of the unemployment compensation division pointed out today in another appeal to all to make application for numbers at once.
All credits for wages earned in covered employment should be made to social security numbers, but when numbers are not reported they are made in the names of persons for whom the reports were made. If two or more persons have the same name, credits may not be given to the proper persons. This may result in delay in paying on claims for benefits or may prevent a correct computation of amounts due.
Workers covered by unemployment compensation should immediately provide Social Security Account Numbers. This applies to persons over 65 years of age as well as those in the younger age brackets, Mr. Scott pointed out.
Numbers may be obtained through any field office of the Social Security Board.
Social Security Program outlined in 3 radio addresses
America’s social security program will be outlined in three addresses over the national hook up of the Columbia Broadcasting System today. An invitation has been extended all citizens of Tennessee who are interested in unemployment compensation to tune in any CBS station for this program.
The plan for cooperation of the state and the nation in the payment of unemployment insurance will be the object for discussion today. Geo. E. Biggs, member of the social security board, will be interviewed by Miss Ruth Brine, member of the educational staff of the Columbia Broadcasting System. The program today will begin at 6:45 p.m., central standard time, and will continue for 15 minutes.
Miss Mary Dawson, member of the social security board, will be before the Columbia microphone. The subject of her address will be “A New Way of Meeting an Old Responsibility - Help Those In Need.” Miss Dawson’s program also is scheduled for 5:45 to 6 p.m., central standard time.
Frank Bane, executive director of the social security board, will be interviewed by Miss Brine over the same national hook-up on “Social Security - Everybody’s Best news.” This program will be heard between 5:45 and 6 p.m., central standard time.
~ Local Happenings ~
Mrs. Sherman Wright and sons, Dosbert and Wilburn of Monroe are visiting relatives in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatton Parrott and son of Wirmingham were visitors of her father, John Clark over the week-end.
Misses Elizabeth and Mildred Mitchell of Crossville were week-end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mitchell in East Livingston.
Misses Dimple and Bobbie Worley visited relatives at Alpine last week.
R. J. Robbins of Eubank, Ky., was in Livingston Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Needham and sister, Mrs. Dee Rowe of Grider, Ky., visited their sisters, Mrs. Everett Grimsley of Oakley and Mrs. Calvin Burroughs at Willow Grove Wednesday.
Mrs. Thurman Averitt and little son have returned to their home in East Livingston from Lady Ann hospital.
Thurman Averitt and Johnnie Clark were in Monticello, Ky., Monday.
Overton County News
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