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Farm Cleanup Week
March 29 To April 4
Joining: In Plan Will
Help Reduce Live
The state’s annual “Farm Cleanup
Week”, planned to reduce livestock
and poultry losses from disease, in
jury and parasites, is set for the week
at March 29 through April 4.
The American Foundation for Ani
mal Health said farmers can increase
than year’s livestock profits and re
duce needless loss of animate by join
ing- in this clean-up drive. livestock
and farm organizations throughout the
r nation were invited to cooperate in
' observing the special week.
The Foundation outlined a seven
point program for the drive:
1. Clean and disinfect buildings and
pens, especially those used for birth
or housing of young animals and
2. Clean up bamfards and lots to
eliminate old piles of refuse and ma
nure which might be infested with
germs and parasites.
3. Get rid of old strawstacks. Flow
under or scatter the straw, which of
ten harbors germs and parasites.
4. Drain or fence off low spots in
barn lots. 'Stagnant pools and mud
are breeding places for infection.
5. Pick up nails, glass and other
sharp objects which could cause
wounds or could be swallowed by live
6. Check for protruding nails, brok
en stalls or other defects which could
injure livestock, paving the way for
7. Move young animals to
clean ground as soon as possible.
Have pigs vaccinated against cholera,
and against erysipelas in areas where
it is authorized by state officiate
and recommended by the local veteri
The Foundation said a successful
Farm Cleanup Week could be sub
stantially reduce the annual half
billion dollar livestock loss caused by
disease and parasites.
Youth Award To Be
Given For Kindest
Deed To Animals
National honors and a valuable
prize are in store for some boy or
girl who has performed an outstand
ing act of kindness to animals.
The kind deed may be a rescue,
a special project for the benefit of
animals, or a written work, accord
ing to the American Veterinary Medi
cal Association, which sponsors the
award each year.
Anyone who knows of a boy or girl
not over 18 years of age who might
qualify is invited to submit a nomi-
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j Two skiers reach the top of the trail at Mont Tremhlant, in tKe
/ Laurentian range of the Province of Quebec. Ahead of them is one
/ of the sport’s greatest dividends—a breath-taking view of the mag*
\ nificent snowscape below the summit Quebec, which ranks as the big
' snowfall area on the continent, is famous for its French-Canadian
jipspitality and excellent cuv£ne. The ski season lasts through March. t
Nominations should be sent not la
ter than May 1,1963, to the American
Veterinary Medical Association, 600
S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago '5, Il
linois; or to Dr. G. W. Mather, Chair
man, AVMA Humane Act Award Com
mittee, 2338 Roosevelt 'Street, NE.,
The -vinner will be announced at
the AVMA national convention at To
ronto, Canada, on July 20,1953. The
award consists of a framed certificate
describing the act of kindness and a
SIOO U. S. savings bond. In addition
to the first award, certificates of merit
will be presented to boys and girls
who have performed acts of kindness
worthy of special recognition.
Last year’s top award went to a
15-year-old Wisconsin boy who res
cued 5 valuable show horses from a
flaming bam. Among winners in
other years were a boy who built a
bumper device to protect a blind' dog
that had been his childhood pet, a boy
who rescued a crippled puppy trapped
in a sewer, a girl who captured a
rabid dog, and a boy who originated
National Cat Week. <
New Aromatic Tobacco
Booklet Is Published
IWith production of aromatic tobac
co on the upswing in North Carolina,
the North Carolina Agricultural Ex
tension Service has published a new
booklet on the subject and has made
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTQV. N, C., THURSDAY MARCH 86,1988.
it available to Tar Heel farmers
through their county agents or by
writing to State College.
Commonly referred to as “Turkish”
tobacco, aromatic is used by all major
Hgarette manufacturers in the, produc
tion of cigarettes. It is blended with
domestic bright leaf and hurley to pro
duce the cigarettes familiar to the
American public. At present, manu
facturers need more than 80,000,000
pounds of aromatic tobacco each year.
In the past most of the tobacco was
imported from Turkey, Greece, Bul
garia and Russia.
Experiments since 1939 has shown
that aromatic tobacco of equal quality
anid value can be produced on many
of the soils in Piedmont North Caro
lina, Virginia and South Carolina. Re
sults obtained from producing the
crop under actual farm conditions
since 1945 indicate that it will supple
ment the income of farmers and will
fit in well with rotations and farm- \
ing practices common to the Piedmont
and mountain counties.
The new booklet, “Aromatic Tobac
co Production,” Extension Circular No.
375, is a revision of a 'booklet pub
lished by the Extension Service in
1949. The 1949 booklet was prepared j
for the Extension Service by R. R. •
Darkin and J. R. Mattison of [Duke "
University. The new publication is
edited by Roy H. Crouse, extension
tobacco specialist. It may be obtain
el through county agents or by writ
ing Department of Publications, Agri-
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When you Invest in a new 1953 Pontiac you invest in a car nnim . r
which—although priced right next to the lowest—requires HIGHLIGHTS OF PONTIAC QOAUTY
no sacrifice of quality or pride. AND VALUM I
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cultural Extension Service, N. C.’
Trading in Edouton matter of
good busineaa judgment.
HUNDREDS OF DENTISTS REC
ommend OLAG Tooth Past®. Buy
at the drug store.
FOR SALE WHITE OHUNESE
geese eggs for hatching purposes.
Pitted 25 cents each. Apply Mrs.
Sidney Spruill, Route 8, Edenton.
Phono 615-W-2. Marl9,2«c
FOR SAJLE—ONE GOOSE AMD ONE '
gander* large type laying; two
lambs 15 monthß old; two brood
sows and one male. Apply Leon
Halsey at (Halsey Feed '& Seed
WILL GIVE 50 BABY CHECKS OF
Pure Game to any interested party
•to raise on halves. Will also sup
ply brood stock. Apply W. C. Addi
son, Hotel Joseph Hewes, Edenton.
WANTED TO RENT—MVE-ROOM
house or a large downstairs apart
ment. Call Mrs. W. A. Sexton, Jr.,
phone 322-J. tfc
Per 100 300 I
Per 1,000 $2.50 1
..Varieties: Early Jersey Wakefield, I
Charleston Wakefield, Ferry’s Round]
Dutch, Flat Dutch.
Onion Sets and heading Lettuce
Plants and Garden Seeds,
E. L. Pearce
Route 3, Edenton, N. C.
Phone: Rocky Hock 123
LET US REBUILD YOUR ENNER
spring or felt mattresses. Our prices
are right. We give quick and ef
ficient service. Address Choco Mat
tress Company, Chocowinlty, N. C.
FREE—A BAG OF VTGORO WITH
each seed order of $2.00 or more.
Yours for the asking. We have
T. W. Wood’s good old garden and
lawn seeds. Everything for your
garden, and lawn. Phone 273. Hal
sey Feed & Seed Store, “The Check
erboard Store.” Op®n Wednesday
SALESMAN WANTED OLDER
man not subject to military ser
vice for good Rawleigh business in
Chowan County. Stop working for
others. Be pour own boss. Good
profits. Write Rawleigh’s, Dept.
NCC-310-AA, Richmond, Va.
WANTED—(WHY WORRY ABOUT
Athlete’s Foot, Boils, Burns, Itch,
Eczema, Impetigo, Pimples, Psorias
sis, Ringworm or any known skin
disease. Ask your druggist about
'YOU MAY BNOOY SWEET, DE
-lUMS Chestnuts once again by
planting ths New Chinese BKght
resistant Variety, affording shade
for the home grandstand produc
ing prolific crops. Two 2to 8 ft.
Early-bearing Size Trees—Offer No.
24—1496, Postpaid. ■ Two 5 to 7
ft Bearing Size Trees—Offer No.
2-18—58.75, Express Collect. Write
for Free Copy 58-page Planting
Guide catalog in color, offering ex
tensive line Fruit TYees, Nuft Trees,
Berry Plante, Grape Vines and Or
namental Plant Material. (Salespeo
ple wanted. Waynesboro Nurseries,
Waynesboro, Virginia. ltc
SHIPPER COMPOUND AND LIQUID
Smoke will protect your meat if put
on properly. (But it will not do any
good on our shelves. Take advan
tage of this deal. All products 20
per cent off or will.trade yion for a
ham eithei end of the hog. I will
take care of your meat. Let me
have your key. Ha! Ha!! Halsey
Feed & (Seed 'Store, “The (Checker
board Store.” Open Wednesday
evenings. , ltc
TOMATO PLANTS, CABBAGE
Plants, Onion Sets, Irish Potatoes,
both white and red, Hot Caps for
yiour early plants, also Black Strap
Molasses. Halsey Feed & Seed
Store, “The Checkerboard Store.”
Open Wednesday evenings. tfc
$2-30 S 3 $3-05 -
pint R 4/5 Qt -
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JUST ARRIVED—T. W WOOD'S
good ole Garden Seed. We can
fdl your orders from a spoonful
up, also a large assortment of Lawn
Grass priced as low as $87.00 per
hundred. Halsey Feed & Seed
Store, “The Checkerboard Store.”
Open 'Wednesday evenings. tfc
LAWN SUPPLIES WE HAVE
them—Peat Moss, Bone Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal, Lime, Sulphur,
Grasses of all kinds, Crab Grass
Killer, good ole Vigoro, the regular
and Azalea type, Sheep and Cattle
Manure, Bulbs. (Large assortment
of flower and vegetable seeds (new
variety), a seed sower to loan. Hal
sey Feed & Seed Store. "The
(Checkerboard Store.” Open (Wed
nesday evenings. tfc
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