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USSA last week released its first
estmatoef cotton production this year
under fee federal control pronui ac
cepted by cetUn producers far their
The Department estimated a crop
ef U,680,00 sales, er U per cent less
cetto is 1954 tkan was predsoed in
While last week's official estimate
weuld not satisfy the expected demand
for cotton this year, Department fir
res indicated that cotton surpluses
mold still be excessive enough to de
mand a strong federal control pro
gram next year . .
Adding the 9,700,000 bale carryover
f old crop cotton, to this years 12,
680,000-baIe production and imports of
about 200,000 bales, the cotton supply
for the 1954-55 season amounts to
22,580,000 bales. -
Marketing quotas would be in order
for a supply exceeding 17,800,000
bales ; (30 per cent above the esti
mated demand figure of 13,700,000
Growing conditions, even in view of
the drought, were reported by the De
partment to be favorable during 1954.
.... California, Arizona, and New Mexi
co growing Beasons were said to be
"exceptionally favorable" thus far.
with results equal to those obtained
with cotton which has been properly
harvested," he said.
After cotton arrives at the gin, it is
then up to the ginner to examine each
lot of seed cotton carefully to deter
mine the proper amount of machinery
and heat needed to do the best possi
ble ginning job.- it Is alse a major
responsibility of the gin operator to
keep his yard and buildings clear of
tar spots, grease spots, ant fly, loose
motes and other foreign matter that
could damage the cotton.
Fortune can take from us nothing
but what she gave us. . : .v;
' , Pubilius Syrus.
see this colorful sLow, wi'.j tl.e peak
in color oeeurring in Kid-October at
the median 3,000 feet
National Parks and Forests will
open through November and indica
tions are that record-breaking num
bers will travel along the Blue Ridge
Parkway into the vast resort area in
4ppcarin,7 In Vest
'Chilly mountain air has brought
about the first color changes in west
ern North Carolina's tree-covered
slopes, signaling the oncoming au
tumn spectacle which annually at
tracts thousands unto these hills.
Motorists along the Blue Ridge
Parkway and Great Smoky Mountains
may now see early beginnings of the
fall brilliance as it makes its way
down mile-high peaks, flooding the
slopes with magnificent scenery. "
From early September into early
November the autumn traveler may
Mutual Burial '
Into Cotton Ginning
The dog-eared, trashy looking bale
of cotton must go if cotton is to com
pete successfully with synthetic libers,
many Carolina ginners believe.
Clyde E. Unchurch, Jr., of Raeford,
vice-president of the Carolinas Gin
ners Association, said last week that
cotton ginners are becoming more and
more conscious of the necessity of
turning out a properly ginned and
The North Carolina Cotton Quali
ty Improvement Committee, of which
tiflchurch is a member, was recently
formed to encourage the production of
highest quality cotton in North Caro
lina. -. '
The first step toward improving the
quality of cotton must necessarily be
taken by the cotton producers, .accord
ing to Upchurch. i '
He said growers must be encburig
ed to carry out the best harvesting
practices. - "Carelessly and improper
ly harvested cotton cannot be ginned
1 fi'&.i.T-r ssw't'ft'vjuvkU
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ber who do not realize that the close margin of prof it on
these products does not justify long term credit, and in
, view of this it has again become necessary for the fol
lowing WHOLESALE OIL DEALERS of Hertford, N. C,
to continue THEIR MUTUAL AGREEMENT TO RE
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With its ZZ3 rcc'-J of 5.CC3 f . t la
titude, western North Carolina jro
vides endless viewing of this s
ing show each autumn in the "Lend
of the Sky." :
LcnJoner I went bald, so I spent,
a t .'.l fortune on "hair reblorcr.
Ccofe! - an When I went tIJ I
sold my brush and comb.
PLANNING VU lm
i Why not protect and
r . renew them with A7fi'Y- ;.w
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finish . ( J
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