Dr. Horton Advances
An Idea For Solving
Problems In Wildlife
fays Farmer Is Entitled
To Reasonable Profit
A plan different from any yet of
fered to solve the problems of 4 wild
life conservation is advanced by Dr.
J. S. Dorton, manager of the N. C.
Dr. Dorton’s idea is that all wild
life belongs—at least fairly and tech
nically—to the farmer on whose land
it is found, and that the farmer is
“justly entitled to a reasonable profit
from the hunting, killing or catching
of such wild life on his property.”
“When these facts are recognized
by both State and Federal authorities,
and these principles established and
the entire problem approached from
the angle of making it profitable for
' w our farmers to cultivate, maintain,
propogate and protect this great farm
and field crap, then and only then will
we have an abundance of game and
f.’sh in North Carolina,” Dr. Dorton
» The fair manager got off on his
ideas of wild life conservation when
asked about the success of the wild
life exhibit—“ Nature Wonderland” —
at the 1950 State Fair.
More than a quarter of a million
persons visited this free exhibit, which
Dr. Dorton termed the greatest dis
play of wild life ever assembled in
“This exhibit came about through
a desire of many years of the fair
management to arouse the interest of
the masses of the people in the great
potential possibilities of the wild life
resources of our ’State as on* of our
leading sources of recreation, educa
tion and income,” the fair manager
“When we recognize the fact that
the farmer is entitled to a reasonable
profit from hunting and fishing on his
property, then we will within a few
years become a sportsman’s paradise
just as the Dakotas have become for
pheasant hunting,” Dr. Dorton said.
“It is my opinion that this problem
»pf wild life conservation and develop
ment can never 'be solved until all
agencies and individuals meet' to
gether on a common basis to solve this
problem from every angle. The Wild
life Resources Commission, the Di
vision of Conservation and Develop
ment, the Department of Agriculture,
the various divisions of State College,
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“Then and only then will the 'Stat?
come into the full relaxation of the
golden opportunity that awaits the
full and coordinated development of
North Carolina’s wild life.”
Hornets Will Observe
“Coach C. S. Newsome’s Hornets of
the colored high school won a hard
fought game from Greenville Friday
night on Hicks Field by a score of
6-0. The Hornets scored early in the
game when Kelsey Spruill picked up
the ball after a kick was blocked and
raced for a touchdown.
The Hornets will observe home
coming day Friday afternoon, when
they meet the Tarboro outfit. Quite
a celebration is being planned, includ
ing a big parade starting at 11:30
and crowning of “Miss Edenton High
School” between the halves.
Thus far this season the Hornets
have won two, last one and tied two.
Full Calendar For
A full calendar is in store for War
wick Baptist Church folks for the re
mainder of the year, according to the
pastor, the Rev. Paul E. Lemons.!
'ln addition to group socials to bej
held this fall, class parties, etc., two
great church events are just around
the comer—the Thanksgiving pro- 1
gram and Christmas pageant.
The Thanksgiving program will be
combined with prayer service on Wed
nesday night just before Thanksgiv
ing. This year a play is planned
, for the children and young people de
, picting the first Thanksgiving, some
• recitations and musical numbers and
a short sermon by the pastor.
The Christmas pageant presented
. last year was so well received that
, many requests have been made to
. have it repeated. Last year the au
ditorium was filled to capacity, so that
this year the performance might be
held two nights.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES
, Services at the First Christian
. Church are announced as follows by
the pastor, the Rev. E. C. Alexander:
•Bible School Sunday morning at 10
o’clock; morning service at 11 o’clock;
i young people’s meeting alt 6:30 P.
. M.; evening service at 7:30 o’clock.
, Wednesday evening Bible Class meets
I at 7:30 o’clock. Everyone is welcome j
. to all services.
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THE CHOWAN HERALD EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1950
Gone up in Smoke! ,
District Wage-Hour j
Office In Goldsboro
The North Carolina Department of
(Labor has officially opened its new
Eastern District wage-hour office in
Located in Pco-n 213 in the Profes
sional Building, the office wul be
headquarters for all wage-hour in
vestigation work in the Eastern North
Carolina District, which comprises 41
counties. The District included North
hampton, Halifax, Nash, Johnson, |
(Harnett, Hoke and Scotland counties
(Upon its western borders and all other]
jTar Heel counties to the east and
I southeast of them, from Currituck in
!the extreme north to Brunswick in the
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Under and by virtue of an order of
Sold In Edenton by
Hon. Marvin P. Wilson, Judge Cho
wan County Recorder’s Court, dated
September 8, 1950, in the case entitled
‘lState vs. Malachi Parsons” and un
der the authority of Section 18-6 Gen
eral Statutes of North Carolina, and
amendments thereto, the undersign
ed, J. A. Bunch, Sheriff of Chowan
County, N. C., will on the 18th day
of November, 1950, at 12 o’clock
Noon, at the Chowan County Court
House door in Edenton, N. C., offer
for sale at public auction to the high-
bidder for cash, the following de
scribed automobile, to wit:
One 1948 Model Mercury, 4-Door
Sedan, Motor No. 899A2252190, North
Carolina License No. (1950) 166-268.
Dated and posted this 11th day of
J. A. BUNCH,
Sheriff of Chowan County, N. C. i
J. N. PRUDEN, Attorney.
Edenton, North Carolina.
The undersigned, having qualified as
Executrix of the estate of T. F.
Monds, deceased, late of Chowan
County, N. C., this is to notify all
persons having claims against said
estate to present them to he under
signed on or before the 24th day of
October, 1951, or this notice will be
Our metered service is the
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persons indebted to said estate will
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This 24th day of October, 1950.
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