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Keeping Your Plants
Since cummer ia the period of
moat active plant growth, iron
deficiency in plants - suffering
from iron euorosia or plant
“anemia,” aa it ia commonly
called ia more noticeable.
Iron chlorosis can be cauaed
either by a lack of iron in the
coil or tan inability of the plant
to break down the aoil’c iron.
Iron is necessary for the forma
tion of chlorophyll which pro
duces the healthy green color in
plants. Thus, plants without suf
ficient iron lose this color, be
coming pale green or yellow. As
the condition progresses, growth
is retarded, and the plants
wither and frequently die.
Iron chlorosis is widespread,
occurring in any type of soil.
Rosea, asaleas, rhododendrons,
holly, as well as your indoor,
potted plants are extremely sus
ceptible. It's a problem that
plagues home gardeners as well
An easy-to-use and effective
product for the correction of this
plant "anemia” is Geigy Chem
ical Corporation’s Sequestrene
830 Fe Iron Chelate. Sequestrene
contains iron in a water soluble
form, readily assimilated by
plants. It may he used as a sou
treatment or as a foliage spray.
For best results in applying
Sequestrene directly to the soil,
dissolve it in the recommended
rate of water. Then, simply
water the soil around the plants.
When using Sequestrene for
spraying foliage, thoroughly
cover the leaf area with the re
sulting spray. Sequestrene, un
like many other powdered iron
products, will not clog your
No matter which way you
apply it, Sequestrene helps pro
duce healthy green plants and
more and larger blossoms in your
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STORAGE SPACE LACKING
Inadequate clothing storage space
is s problem 6f many people In
Cleveland County. Miss Thelma
McVaa. home economics agent, says
U women were traiqed recently to
plan closets to fit their needs.
They were given ideas on ways
of using closet accessories such as
shoe racks and multi-hangers for
skirts and blouses. Mias McVea
says they are especially trying to
get Information to prospective home
“We want to learn to make a hat
to Wear, back to Kenya.” said Miss
Clementine Butie. The womeh from
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SPEECH TEACHERS Teachers enrolled in the Institute for Teaehata Os Speech Correc
tion held at North Carolina College, pose at a display of materials and equipment usad in articu
lation tharapy and other phases oi speech work during an exhibition in the college's EduoatioO
Building. Twenty-three in-service teachers ware enrolled tor the inatitute which ended Saturday,
Mrs. M. B. Lucas of the NCC faculty was instructor.
BT M E GARDNER
N. C. State
What's new? Valmeine is the
aims of e new veriety of remain*
which has high resistance to downy
mildew, a fungus disease. This new
variety was developed by the Ag
ricultural Research Service. US
DA. In cooperation with the Texes
Experiment Station. Good yeild
and quaility teata have been re
It Is also recommended for ether
areas where romalnc is grown.
Readers In New Hanover end other
eastern counties, may with to try
thia new veriety.
Keep these two varieties of let
tuce in mind tor a spring or fall
crop in IMS. The varieties are Sum
mer Bibb and Buttercrunch.
Both varieties are adapted to
all sections of flit sidle and are
especially dwlraMe for homo
gardens and local markets
where a high quality product Is
desired. They ere more resis
tant to hoi dry weather than
other lettuce types.
Mechanical harvesting of blue
berries Is proving to be a practical
method of reducing labor during
the harvest season. .
The device consists of two rotat
ing spindles mounted on a frame.
Each spindle has 180 vibrating fing
ers which shake the mature berries
from the plants.
Experienced hand picker* har
vest less then one-half acre of ber-
Kenya have epent a lot of time on
housing tours and nutrition meet
ings, but they wented to make
something to show when they got
Mrs. Haxei Parker, home econom
lea agent in Edgecombe County,
■ays the women visited a shop and
purchased materials to make a hat
They spent on* day in a workshop
learning hat making techniques
and completed one before the day
Adult 4-H leaders sre now help-,
lng 4-H members with their 4-H
To make sure they ere gtviai out
the correct information on canning,
five food conservation leader* In
the Fuquay-Varina community of
Wake County were trained on how
to operate the pressure canner In
panning low add foods. They are
now encouraging 4-H'ers and othgr
adults to follow the recommended
procedures when canning end
The Catholic Digest states thet
one Catholic signed the Declaration
of Independence: Charles CirrolL
Tourists in Connecticut. Massa
chusetts, and Michigan must git in
volved in an awful lot of accidents,
the Catholic Digest obterve* Tha
left erm signal for slow or stop is
not down ss In the other 47 state*,
Things You Should Know
BoAN IN BPftfN6fl£LP, lu.- IN l«IT HC
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THC*WEIL-BEING or MANKIND* ASStTS AMOUNT INO
TO $ 40^000/0001 TMC« MWT JOS WAS TO SU»OftT
CONSTRUCTION Os SCHOOL SOtLDINSS IN THC WKMSEBKs
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rice in an 8-hour parted. In con
trast. the machine, operated by
three people, can harvest over one
half acre of berries in one hour.
Bruiting of apples during grad
ing and packaging operations has
been reduced to a minimum. This
has been made possible by refine
ments in mechanical handling ei
fruit during harvest.
Many growers are now using 10-
bushel bulk boxes for transport
ing fruit from the orchard to the
pack shed. This eliminate* the use
of a large number of smeller bush*
el field crates formerly used for
dlls purpose. The larger boxes are
loaded on trucks by either fork
lifts, or a crane device, which works
WASHINGTON Ah O
B > : Wll O N II A KOI W
there are aom* who say
Chief Justice Karl Warren
should be impeached. Others
aay he should be hanged. But
it la difficult to find a sound
legal base for either one of
these proposals; neither do
such suggestioni reflect a good
Severs IV *.
• tele* have®- dßm J
already ap-H SB r j&-
move t oB V t *
to set up
new type ofm,®. - &&
national tew C. w. Harder
compoaed of the ehtef JnsUeea
as the M states. It can b* air
pec ted this movement will gain
• • •
Viewed objectively, and real
istically, there is Only one con
clusion to bis reached in re
viewing the recent Supremo
Court decision on the election
of state legislature*. The War
ren Court hat sewn the seeds
of anarchy In the United States.
The nation wee never eel ay
as a timon pare demeeraoy,
whereby the wfll *f lift Os
the people cenM demand and
enforce anything. Bather, ts
protect the rights as mteeTtttee
and *f property, e repahitean
form as government was **-
tabtlshed. The United States
Senate waa set ny to represent
property rights, bat wtthont
ths power of taxation. The
House of Representatives net
ap to represent ell people, was
given the power to teHtete tax
and spending measures,
s s *
Whan the Constitution was
drafted, this concept did net
com* easily. The Jeffersonian
group argued for a timon pur*
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better In itodp orchard sites.
You are perhaps wopdortag hew
g 30-bushel hex of spp\as ten he
dumped, without hruißni the Bruit,
when j| ronehoo the grtddr.
Instead of dumping the fruit fa|
n wooden hopper, it ia dumped Into
a Urge tank containing water. The
apples float out end are picked up
by ■ carrier belt or rollers, which
moves them to the grading equip-
The Brushy Mountain Apple
Grower's Coop, is installing modern
equipment In a new building at
Moravian Falls. If you art In this
ntlfhbortiMd. you ntv wish to
drop by this fell and me the equip
ment fat operation.
tea opposed this idea, once de
claiming heatedly, “Tha pan.
pie, sir. are a great heaat"
* * *
Hamilton's feettags were
hern# out bnt a few year* la*,
er daring the French Bevehn
It 1* also largely forgotten
that Hitler proceeded on *
perfectly legal baste under the
Weimar Constitution which
provided no chocks or balan.
cos. As a forceful demagogue
he acted with majority of Ger
mans voting for him.
Many states, when easting ay
the U. A. Constitution,
er fcenee la elected on repre
sentation by namhara with rep
fbmnlMlm Is (8t bssss
acoerdteg to dtetrlcte. In those
many states, this system has
kept ths farm Inter seta from
IsUen agstnat the citte*, and
has ate* kept oMtos from pise
flß|f Ifflililli It tlx dwirfmesi
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But now thdU.fi. Supreme
Court, In a decision that te
mere in the field of writing a
new constitution, rather tedn
interpreting A his declared
this system Illegal. And this te
dona at a tins whan law is
being disregarded by mob dam
tet Os pooplo at dxpreisnt thd
wfll Os tho majority.
. Yhna, thd V. fi, finprahtd
ConH now onsdrgda da «id
greet enigma of modern mdA.
id te ntehala
w*nt-.ai !• BnW udvlfisn
ths United Stain* Senate flttgal
uukih, ifTgiSSSnhAiJtt * im
Man, 32, Burnt In Attenpt To i
Sava Aged Friend Who WnOut j
lame hath no man...so say* the He, in tarn, had to bo rutcoad $T ;
SKT tel toba treated for bums m%ks.
tdj burning building to rescue an back and anna.
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