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Earl B. Wilson,
Corporation, Ltd, and.torraer
tor of the Sugar Branch of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture, who
states certain uninformed in
terasta an campaigning tor precipi
tate action in decontrolling sugar. It
is Mr. Wilson's belief tint lifting
of controls map lead to a repetition
mm. to jo? a pound retail, while
V BIRD CLUB
TV* article dealing with the Yel
low-Crowned Night Heron, taken
from the bod?$|tods of North Caro
lina," waa read by Chariee Fit*,
garald at the Bird Club, Saturday
morning. 11. ? i %
Plumage?grayish, darker on back
and streaked with black . . . Crown
and patch on aide of head?yeUo"
ish-white . . . Rest of head including,
throat?black . .. Underparta?>white
. . . Head- created with long whitish
This particular Heron ranges in
summer, from North Carolina to Bra
zil and Peru, spending winters from
Florida southward. In North Caro
lina during summartims it usually
stays in the coastal region but has
been known to stray inland sin fhr as
Guilford county. The late Bev.'Craig
hill often saw these birds in the
Rocky Meant neighborhood where he
found s nest which was a bulky struc
ture of sticks and twigs placed on the
limb of a sweat gum thirty-five feet
from the gaoapd. He located other
neete in the swampy regions of Edge
combe and Halifax counties. _
Walter Burgees was extended a
cordial welcome aa a new member
and Carroll Woo ten, as a visitor.
If the government got out of busi
ness altogether and at once, there
would be some businesses out of busi
live for 9
attention to th? fact that l
the veteran never"worked on a jobI
by the Social Security Act,!
Ma dependents may be eligible for
survivors insurance payment* S
aim ti Ma death. ' ?;
He pointed out that the new amend
ent doea not provide nay payment
to the veteran himsett and that H
doea not provide benefit* for the i
vivors of men who died before die
charge or release from the armed
few Mi. ; iff ;,>*
Mr. Barney said that nader theee
provisions, a widow with one oWM
could receive monthly benefits ot not
leae then *39 until the child
age 18, while a widow with three
children could receive *33 a month or
Aon. Lump-sum payments may be
to certain relatives, if the
o left no one entitled to month
ly benefits. JlaalSiM
As in the case of all other pereoas
qualified for aodal security benefits,
families of deceased veterans, to
whom this new law applies, should
come "to the office of the Social Se
curity Administration to file their
claims as soon as possible. Hie
Rocky Mount office is located in the
Poet Office Building.
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mankind is excellent if you an really
working for the betterment of man
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you please bat when you want to send
your message to the largest number]
at the cheapest cost, The Enterprise
the ?b. : .-.-7, I
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porter for the. 1
that | i| I
ahoold make their first
of formate before the <
Begin applying fan
a duet at epray, as soon aa the plants
the else of a dime. From
on, treatments should be continued
untU all danger at an attack of Una
mold Is past Dr. Jensen points out
SK-1 at. m |,?-i^ l
mat tne county agents in yvspuoa
to give advice on the treatment >
for flue-aured tobaeoo has bean set I
at 86,700(000 pounds, while the dark
" quota will| ?s 29,100,000
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BUT "SAVINGS BONDS* NOW
for Insurance, Taxes, Etc.
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wows riyaoie, iniur of r arm vine.
Money borrowed for on in making loans to
two-thirds of entire Board
jLarmngar ipeia m wtW
To be need for the payment of any
rJ&i: merre increases the safety Aru* stremrfll of the , . B, ,.,
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State of North OuoUnaTCoonty of Pitt, as:
|j& i G. A. Rouse, Secretary-Treasurer at the above
lore me this day, and bet
is tnw to the best of his
to and subscribed before ma, this 27th day at January, 1M7.
SAM D. BUNDY,
Xy Commission Expiree July 6, IMS.
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? Greenville, N. C. .
-QEMEMBEBlifce old story? Where the teacher
apples among fbur people?" And $*my
We wish Jimihy could solve c
easily. We've done our best to Jaesp^xhiction
up and prices down ... delft
of 1946 Fords. But we i
for over a million morg,