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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, June 19, 1963, Image 14

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Chit
Chat
BY CAROL MCLAMB
How muny times have yuu
matched a panel show and
eethed over the repulsiveness
f one of the panelist? Oi
hought to yourself when the
ommercial cam·· on that il
hey showed the same one a
ain you'd scream.
Don't you sometimes wond
r why they repeat commer
ia!s so otten, or why they
fisist upon filling at least one
f the panel spots with an ob
oxiuus person?
The truth of the matter is
hat they are using reversed
sychology on the viewers,
'inducers of panel shows rea
ze that as the show gets older
eople will continue to watch.
not primarily because they like
the format, but because they
get satisfaction out of seething
over the certain obnoxious
panelist. The commercial
■game is not so different, they
aren't so vague that they don't
know enough is enough — But
you surely will remember it.
See the point.
The same tning is done to a
certain extent with magazine
puoncation. Take as example,
the publisher who received let
ters of complaint from the na
tions sweet little old ladies
who were unduly upset over
the fiveteen (our letter dirty
words that they counted in the
past edition. Was the publish
er upset? No, quite to the con
trary. he was mildly elated,
because he knew that those
; same little old ladies would
I t ush to the magazine stand
' next month if only to see if
the new edition had twenty
1 such words in it.
j There are even political sci
| entist who contend that very
j few presidents were elected
j lor their popularity alone —
But because the public was
, given the opportunity of im
I mensely disiikeing another
j candidate, thus. America rush
! es forth to vote against the
' disliked candidate.
Former TC Woman
j To Attend Institute
Aformer Taooi City woman
lias been chosen to attend the
Summer Science Institute at
Memphis State University, Ten
nessee.
Mrs. Maxcy O'Tuel. the for
mer Miss Muriel Ward, was
among 48 teachers selected for
eight weeks of study at the
institute sponsored by the Na
tional Science Foundation.
Mrs. O'Tuel has been a
member of tile Brunson-Dar
gan Junior High School faculty
in Darlington. S. C. for the
past two years. Her husband
teaches at St. John's High in
Darlington.
SUN FUN QUEEN — Pictured above are
the winner and 1st and 2nd runner-ups of last
week's Miss Sun Fun Festival at Myrtle Beach.
Left to right are: 1st runner-up, Sandra Lee
Howell of Alabama; Miss Sun Fun, Gerri
Schmidt of Farmington, Michigan; and 2nd
runner-up, Martha Jean Parsons, of Columbia,
C I '
FARM
NEWS "
By CHARLES D. ΚΛΓΠΚ
Cabbage Loopers
The cabbage looper ,a green
worm about an inch to IV*
inches long, has attacked sev
eral tobacco fields in Colum
bus County this week. This
insect is probably the hardest
insect to control from the At
lantic Ocean to the Pacific
Ocean. Several farmers have
tried :i number of materials
with little results. Others seem
to think the.v ;tre getting few
results, but not too much.
The best control that we
know of at the present time
ie.s 1 to 2 pints of 191··'·
L-mulsion of Endrin or 20
pounds of l'j'. Endrin dust.
The secret to any possible
•uccess of controlling the cab
bage looper is in thorough
coverage and early detection
>f the looper. When spraying
or dusting, the piant must be
thoroughly covered both top
and bottom sides of the le'if.
and you must remember tlu.t
this is an extremely hard in
sect to kill even with the
strongest insecticide after it
gets half grown.
Tobacco
Recently several farmers
have called in. brought leaves
that havi· fallen off the
in. and are considerably wor
ried about some of the leaves
falling off of some of the
growing vigorously. The con
two. three, and even four
leaves on some plants have
dropped off. which is enough
to cause a tobacco farmer to
start worrying.
Under certain weather con
ditions. and evidently we have
had those weather conditions
this year, some of the newer
varieties have a tendency to
drop off the stalk when it is
growing vigorosuluy. This con
dition should stop in the next
few days and growers who
have lost tobacco on the bot
tom of the stalk will need to
top just a little higher so that
they have 17 to 18 leaves when
topped. In the event that the
tobacco buttons out and you
cannot get 1 7to 18 leaves per
stalk, then it would be better
to go ahead and top and let
a sucker come out and get
the extra leaves through a
sucker.
Another weather condition
that has caused some concern
is what some farmers call rust,
others call it different names,
but the lower leaves start be
coming brown spotted with
very small spots to start with,
but they increase in some
fields and under certain con
lions.
This condition is known as
weather fleck caused by cer
tain weather conditions. Now
that it has warmed up, this
condition should stop.
Peanut Lnfipot
For greatest yields in your
peanuts this year, peanut
{rowers ahould atari treating
l their peanuts for leafspot the
j last week in June. If yuu have
good dusting equipment, you
! can use cupper sulphur dust
that has 4'· metalic cupp»i
I starting out with 15 pounds of
dust per acre and increasing
1 to 18 pounds with the second
application, and 20 pounds for
each additional application.
You will need from three to
five applications at 10-day to
two-week intervals.
For those peanut growers
who do not ha\e dusters, they
can spiav with a material. TC
90. which is a liquid copper
using '-j to gallons per ap
plication in 20 to 25 gallons
of water per acre. With this. '
you should use 3 to 5 applica
tions, the same as copper sul
phur dust. Another material,
Man/ate or Dithanc M22. can
be used as a spray hut you
will need to spray 4 to 6 times
starting out with 1 pound and
increasing to 1'·. pounds per
application. With this. you will ι
need to add 3 ounces of ·
spreader-sticker, and these ap- j
plications should be repeated
at 10-day intervals.
The first application of 400 :
pounds of land plaster should ι
applied as soon as the first
ooms start showing and the
cond application of land
■ster. plus Terrador. 10 days
two weeks later.
CAUTION: Peanut hay treat -
with Muneb should not be
«1 to feed livestock.
Bead The
Waat Ada
Mary Spivey Fowler
Mary Spivey Fowler. 74,
died Sunday in her home at
Hampton, Va. She was a for·
mer resident of Tabor City.
Fuaeral services were held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 12,
at Inman Funeral Home with
burial in Forest Lawn Ceme
tery.
tons. Jesse Fowler. Junes
(Buddy) Fowler, and Arnold
Fowler, «11 of Hampton. Va.;
on· daughter. Mrs. Retha
Ward, also of Hampton, Va.;
two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Fippe
and Mrs. Cora Spivey, both
of Tabor City; and 17 grand
Active pallbearers were
James Ward; James Fowler.
James Duncan. Pom Arnette.
Alton Arnette, and Juniur
Ward.
A Tom Swiftie: "I'm ready
to go now," said the typical
wile belatedly.
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and
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Lumber
Also
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and
Dressing
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Co.
Phone HOtfl-Tabor Cityl
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