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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, March 20, 1963, Image 16

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By PROGRESSIVE FORD
Is preseMIn»» a s»rlps of 52 ads one each werk on the
"Cars of the I'ast" anil the first person to clip this ail and
bring to the dealership with the correct name and year
model of the car written on the ad will receive OXK
SiLVKK DOLLAR. In cast· no one correct'y identifies the
ear ONE SILVER DOLLAR will be added each week,
until the car name and model is guessed correctly.
Progressive Cifry Motor
J,FB Rotary Club
Names Officers
New officers were name
last Mund ay night by the Kai
Bluff Rotary Club at a reguk
meeting.
The· following will assum
office in July lor the 19C3-C
Rotary year; Rev. Neil 1
Thompson. president; B>.
ι King,, vice president; Sprui
Britt, secretary; Dan Jon.
siTgeaiit-al-arms; P. L. Eh
iiigton, Bruce Eure, und B. .·'
Powell, directors.
T. Ward Guy, county schot
superintendent, was the gut·
speaker. He told Rotary men.
bers of a banquet he recent!
attended in Winston-Salem.
SEE US FOR
Rongh
and
Dressed
Lumber
Also
Custom Sawing
and
Dressing
D. J. Hughes
Co.
Phone iiOGl-Tabor Citv
WE BUY LOGS
ΨΕ ME PLEASED TO
ANNOUNCE
THAT
nr. ¥©m Gore
!s Now Associated With The
id y/ith
COIAPW^
r»D. N. c·
CI fell %3Üia _ _
C" I CN'TV'OOD, N. C.
Arid Will Manege Our Business
!rs CoSumbus County
YOU CAN REACH HIM AT
Phorso 6171 (collect) Tabor City
or 2S7-31M Longwood, Ν. C.
,.ONGWOOD, N. C ·
I \ «*· — -
14 Longwood, N. t.
OIL COMPANY
RICE GWYNN, JR., PROP.
SEE THE
PRINCESS
BLUE RIBBON
MATTRESS
STARTING
AT ONLY
529.95
MATCHING BOX
SPRINGS
At Same Low
Priccs
HEADQUARTERS FOR HOME SAVINGS
PRINCE BROS. FURNITURE
FIFTH ST. TABOR CITY
J FARM
NEWS
j· By Charles D. Kaper
j "I don't know a better way
!l . to commit suicide than to use
s, Parathion in tobacco trans
- planting water," said R. L.
Robertson, extension entomol
ogist, State College, at a mtei
,1 ing of the Tabor City Young
. »Türmers Club last week. Mr.
Rob». rtson talked to the group
k. on the safe use of pesticides
and warned all tobacco grow
v rs not to use Parathion in
iheir tobacco transplanting
.voter. The only material that
he would recommend in trans
planting water is Uiazinon us
ed stricklv according to re
commendations «η the con
t..iner.
Pesticides are essential in
providing the abundance ol
I wholesome low cost foods.
Τ :<·_ν are used to destroy m
<ectis. plant diseases ant) to
I kill 'Weeds. Even with the ust
1 ·■! all the pesticides that we
.«re using in the United Statvs
today, insects continue to nul
lify the production efforts of
j over one million men.
If we did not use pesticides,
production of many of our
common fruits and vegetables
would not only be impractical
but impossible to produce.
Occupational Hazards
There are a number of haz
ards involved in applying pes
I tieides. To avoid some of these
occupational hazards. you
should:
t 1. Κ end the label.
2. Follow necessary precau
tions in handling and apply
ing.
3. Bath and change clothing
I ifter using any pesticide.
4. Do not smoke or eat while
j handling pesticides.
5. Avoid as much contact
! wit η stein as possioie.
j 6. Dispose of empty car
ta mors by burying bags ami
all other containers.
7. Wear protective clothing
if called for on the label.
8. Mix materials only in the
open.
9. Store all pesticides in a
locked place and always in
their original containers.
10. Don't burn bags.
11. Be sure to protect your
I eyes at all times.
j In explaining some of these
I hazards, it was brought out
that smoke from burned in
isectici le bass was more deao
> ly because of the fumes. He
ί urged all growers who hand
led any type of pesticides to
i bury the container as soon as
* he finished with it. He als >
j said the eye was the most sen
1 sitive part of the body, actu
I ally more sensitive than the
I tongue.
Wircworm Control
In view of the trouble we
had with wireworms last year.
; the only two materials thai
are recommended for wire
1 worms in tobacco this year is
) the use of Parathion and Dia
| zinon. Both of these materials
] alie hiulily poisonous · and
j should be applied, broadcast.
and disced in two weeks be
| fore pl rnting.
Parathion should be applied
ι at the rate of 1 pound actual
m iterial per acre and can he
used as a spray or a grannlars.
wheih come in 2r'· material, or
the use of 50 pounds of the
2'· granular per acre. Dia/in
on comes in 1»'· granulars. so
I vou would only put in pounds
of the Diazinon granular per
j acre. It also conies in liquid
' <-f 4 pounds per gallon, so you
would n:>ed only 1 quart of
this material, if you sprayed,
per acre. Either of these mat
erials should be disc in early.
Wireworms In Sweet Potatoes
j Some time ago the Pine
I Food and Drug Admini.-tr..
I tion lound some Aldrin higl·
! er than tiie tolerance in the
Irish potatoes on the West
Coast. So. they removed Ald
rin from the recoininendc« list
o: m·-. eucidc to lie us»d on
sweet potatoes.
Sweet ρ· tato growers should
us«·, this year. Chlordane ;.t
the rate of 4 to ti pounds actu
al material per acre or llj to
2 pounds ol actual Dieldrin
ι per acre These materials
I should be used exactly as
Alurm h is bet η used by
broadcast mj; and discing bo
1 for»· the sows are run. The
only other material that can
be recommended for wire
worm c· ntrol in sweet pota
| toe- iv Mil U:e of 20 pounds «it
actual DDT per acre. This is
at tin- rate of 200 |>ounds rif
!(>'< materiel and could l>»
expensive; vet. we found last
year in a demonstration pl· t
that this material would be
the job of controlling wire
worm· in swet t potatoes.
Mrat Type Hoars
There will be a. meat type
boar sale at the Clinton Live
stock Arena, Clinton, on Fri
day. March 22 ::t 7:00 p. m. At
this sale. Ε. M. Hunt of Den
ton will have 17 service aae
Yorkshire boars. 15 service
age Hampshire boars and 10
fall Hampshire «ills for sale.
These boars and «ills were sir
ed by the same boars and far
rowed by the s-inie sows as
the piss that made out-stand
inji records at the North Caro
lina S\* me Evaluation Station
last year. If you are in ne d
of a Yorkshire or Hampshire
boar, you may want to attend
this s i'e.
Tabor City Soldier
Qualifies On Range
FORT HOOD. TEX.—Army
PFC" Leo Allen Jr.. whose par
ents at 202 N. Lewis st..
Tab'.;r City. N. C.. recently
qualif d as expert in firing
the .4."» caliber pistol at Fort
Hood. Tex.
Allt !i is assigned to Com
pany A of the 1st Armored
Division's 1st Battalion, 52nd
Infantry at Fort Hood. He ent
ered the Army in November
1961 and received basic train
ing at Fort Knox, K.v.
A 1959 graduate of Tabor !
City High School, the 24-year- j
old soldi· r attended Franklin '
University, Columbus, Oh'o. j
He was employed by Arrow
Crete Corporation. Columbus,
Ohio, before entering the
Army.
EXTENSION SCHEDULE
Marth It
Western Prong HO at club
iouse, 2:30 p. m.
Pages Mill 4-H, 3:30 p. m.
Mishop Springs Community
Development meeting (Civil
Defense), 7:30 p. m.
March 19
Sandy Plains HD at club
louse. 2:00 p. in.
White Marsh HD at club
rtouse. 2:00 p. m.
White Marsh 4-H at club
louse, 7:30 p. m.
North Whiteville Commun
ity Development at clubhouse
(Gardening) 7:30 p. m.
Western Prong Community
Development at clubhouse,
i:3U p. m.
March ίϋ
Tobacco meeting, Raleigh.
10:00 a. m.
Riegelwood HD. Community
Center, 10:00 a. m.
Cerro Gordo HD. 3:15 p. m.
Holtot» 4-H, 7:30 p. m.
March 21
Lake Waccamaw HD, 3:00
3. in.
North Whiteville 4-H Club
house, 7:30 p. in
Western Prong 4-H. Club
house, 7:30 p. m.
March 22
HD Leader Training School.
Agricultural Building, 2:00
p. m.
March S3
Fruit and Vegetable Use
Demonstration. Kitchen Agri
cultural Building, 9:00 a. m.
Radio program, 10:15 a. m.
Dependable
REPAIRING
Electronic -y
Equipment
Trained
Watchmakers
' / / /
Reasonable
Jewelers
M.OYD Γ. Hirr'S. Prop.
Tafeor City, N. C.
Phone 2181
>r;y$SErj
• .. Λ.» ,: .,,355,
facts about PHARM...
PRICES HAVE GONE DOWN
ON MANY PHARMACEUTICALS
When a new drug is discovered, chances are
Its cost will be high to begin with. But once a
drug goes into production, prices do go down.
Penicillin, originally $20 for 1,000,000 units, today
costs only $1.00.
DAMERON DRUG CO.
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IN PERSON
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