C".!tJO "Brotherhood Be
r'n atl-ome" Is the theme of the
ten a annual observance of Nation
al i miiy Week which has been et
ior May 4-11- ". '". '" "' '
The observance has been heartily
endorsed by President ftrnj
who expressed the hope that it will
help to bring about a renewed feel
ing of responsibility throughout
the nation which will strengthen
family Uvln ' - j" ...
In a letter released here this
week, the President pointed out
that the habit of cltlxens working
to aether to meet the basic neeas t
of their own and their neighbors
families spells the fundamental dif
ference between America and to
The letter U addressed to.Rev. E.
Lents, of Chicago, National Coun
cil of the Churches of Christ in the
US-A., Rabbi Hlrsch E. I Freund,
v,rvm vnrk Citv. Svnaaosue Coun
cil of America; and Bev. Edgar M.
. i a i noil J WttffhfntV.
it thia Hma nt vear farmers are
" burying tens of thonsands of dol
lars worth of fertilizers under their
various crops. In fact the fertili
ser bill is usually the biggest single
item in the production of crop
Many farmers are accustomed to
thick of their fertilizer bill as a
(-roo expense, a kind of "neces-
rary evil". But is K? The figures
below would tend to show fertilizers I
should be classed as an annual In
vestment, and a very good invest-,
ment at that, paying a much high-',
er return than money in ine oans,
Heeded For Safety
There is no excuse for not keep
ing power take-off and other farm
.uiiinmi ahlolri in al ee says
Lacy Weeks county farm agent ior
the State College Extension Ser
It Is much easier to be safe than
sorry: ' The national Safety Coun
cil Mwirti that too manv farmers
leave their shields in the implement
shed or misplace tnem enureiy.
set lb New Or
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THE DUPLIN TIMES.
Thursday la KesuusrrtOe, N. C Cevaty float as?
' ' ; DUPLITf COVNTT
J. EOBEBT GRADT, ED1TOK OWNFJt
Entered At The Peat Office, Kemansrille, K. C.
. as seoona
: TELErEONE Kenansrine, Day Z55- mcbt 15-1 , .
rrrCCT-rPTION BATES: $S.t per year la Duplin, Leaoir,.
. C 'jw. Fender,' Sampson and Wayne counties; li.Qt
r ? jtr eiitssie this area ta North CareUaa; and tSJtt per
t , ,,r eL!serej 1 . ','''.'" ? '
AJvert'TfHf rates furnk&ej ' reaest '; ..' "
- " - , c X" . r " UtCir " r ' '
-.. ' . 1 ':" t (? I 1
ton, D. (X. National Cwuc Vet-
fare Conlereoct, sponsors oi we
Mr. Truman wrote: ?
Mwitlumt tha euldanca of Cod
rftiun uuh anlritual analiiiea
lifK4n anMhM aa fwnn. honor.
iam and lore, the ablest of our mil
itary, political anq tnaustnai ieaa-
ers cannoi gnre us peace."
Commenting on the fact that for
iL. t.nh MmMithn vaar Protea-
I tants, Catholics, and Jews will cele
brate Family week together, v.
Truman said: ;--MT
nf4hrlii thia action veonle
everywhere will be Inspired by the
knowledge that the three great
churches of America Jewish,
Catholic and Protestant are
finding a common religious motiva
tion in their devotion to our coun
try and to the families which gener
ate the moral power w our
Pay Off? Facs!
or stocks or bonds, ';. ..
After long and careful study on
the response of crops to proper fer
it.oinn h National Fertilizer
Assosclation has released some In
teresting figures. While mere are
variations' in specific cases, the
over all averages seem to run like
this: ONE DOLLAR Invested In
balanced fertilizer pays "back:
on wheat, $4.42; on tobacco
$11.02; on corn, $6.70; on cotton
an 4ft- on beef. 4.62: on milk. 728:
on tomatoes, $16.70.
Farmers who do not have stand
ard power take-oft hitches or
shields for old tractors, should con
sult their local implement dealer.
Hitches and- adapter packages for
power-driven implements may be
obtained from dealers representing
the manufacturer of the implement..
The best shlel dthat can be made!
gives no protection if It is not used.
For new farm equipment, manu
facturers are providing nonnremov
able power take-off shields, may
be opened for servicing and inspec
tion of the power shaft. - Most of
them are built with a loop around
the pipe connection' between the
universal joints or: otherwise per
manently attached so they cannot
be removed entirely. If the drive
Is in use, the shield stays with it.
Don't overlook the smaller shields
provided for fans, chains or gears.
See that all shield sare in place
before an implement: is taken to
the field. When working without
shields, the stakes are high, and
when you lose it U too late to
make amends. , -, . - .
IN THE GENERAL COUNTY
Eloise Graham Farrior
Bryant James Farrior
The above named defendant.
Hnat Jinii Varrar. will take
ootioe that an Action entitled as
office and astatine Ptt, Kenansville, K, C.
aaea soaner. :
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1 ftmatey SHssjsi ta m f
' 8CItIPTUII: SSxodu S0:S.1: Mar
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OBVOTIOMAI. KBADINOI Plm M
Lease for' If ay 11. lSt
Anewspsper column- is entitled
"My Day;" bet such a con
ceited title as you might think as
first glance. Whose day Is this, any
way? Yours, of course. WhatT you
ask In surprise. My day? I have to
work arom morning to night in the
house or on ' the
farm or in the
schoolroom or in
the - office or on
the read some
where. My - day.
Indeed! ; Td like
to get ten min
utes of It for my
self If I could.
Now wait a min
ute. Suppose you do
have only ten min
utes' worth. What do you do with
your own - personal, uninterrupted
part of thedayT
But that's not the whole story, not
the whole question. The day is more
yours than you think. For you can
bring, and you do bring, to every
day you live, a certain mood, an
intention, a spirit The same scene
in sunlight and unler heavy clouds
is quite different. The same person
in sickness and in health is not one
but two people.
Row Will Ton Feel on Monday?
THERE is one day of the week
which, as Christians believe, is
God's special gift to man. It is for
Let us suppose there is a town
where everybody works, one way
or another, for one man, spending
most of their time making one man
rich. Six days a week, that is; then
comes Sunday and nobody works.
This is everybody's day, not the
boss's day. r,.y : V
Such a town would be a little hard
to find; but even there everybody
does have one day.
- Jesus said. The Sabbath Is made
for man. Not for preachers, not for
a favored few. not even for Jews
and Christians only: but for man.
The Jewish Sabbath of which Jesus
spoke has its successor In the Chris
tian Sunday. It Is quite true that
Christians appreciate the day more
than atheists; but God made- Sun
day for man Just as ha sends rain
and sunshine on one and all.
Our forefathers sometimes got
hold of Sunday by fhe wrong handle.
Just as the Pharisees did In their
tinn, with the Sabbath. They talked
a good deal about not breaklng,
the Sabbath as if It were a very
fngtte something to be kept under
glass and never touched.
, No, Jesus meant that the day is
to be used; and the purpose of It Is
to keep snaa from being broken.
This Messed day Is net stsnpty
' a day whleh we rise back, ae to A
speak, to ear aermal ktvel after
thejtoftaws et the
: irsfiea s tvn. U
aatd It east be when wisely woY'
ft day ea whleh we eaZ grew,'
saiataUy, seolany, spiritually.
Do you need a rule or guide on
how best to spend your Sundays?
Then ask yourself this question:
1 should be a better person Monday
morning' than I was on Saturday
night The best way to spend Sun
day Is to spend It in such a way
that I shall begin next week a little
better than I begaq last .
- ;: '
The Lord's Day
WHOSE day is it? Jesus said
something else about It: The
Son of Man (by this he always
meant himself) Is Lord of the Sab
bath. So the Christian church has
called It the Lord's Day ever since.
New this particular Sunday -In
May happens to be "Mother's
Day" In the United States, and
. every ene can understand that !
. there are good ways and peer
, ways to celebrate ' Mother's
Day. Tea write year mother er :
' visit her, er" If she Is gone from "
thia earth yea think about her, i
, yea spend the day doing the
' kind of things .that aba weald
' eajey. doing with yeu.
' So on the Lord's Day you cele
brate in Christ's honor.,
'i- ' - a
The Day of Ged
'E must also remember mat this
Is God's Day, the "Sabbath of
the Lord thy God." It is his because
he gave It; his because It la dedi
cated to him.
It Is fee snaa, yet; bat man
la never reBy asaa as 'long as
he leaves Ged out Maa without
- Ged hi s ship wKhees water, ml
sard wMheut air, an earth with- J
- out the an. Man eede .Gedt :
ts the avMea day !
"This Is the day when we have the
most time for reading and hearing
and thinking about God's Word; a
day when we have greater freedom
to do something In his service; a
day when the loneliest soul may find
the heavenly Friend. .
CarHM lai ;
tbiiwu, ItHtfn. Maa
af U Caaraaa al CVrtat at lk u.
BUM i mn. Sinml fey
f flWM.I -
above bae boon commenced In the
Or-"f r,--y C'H H I""Un
Cc k - tie
pi. ire ti t 41-
v ' t i on
t" - t ;' .. ' ". d
t . i . ' i
Deitag tU fee Ulf tf tie W mht It wi hi
: eaiiiiii sW (Im iminU wt Briaiwa, kgiwuU '
aw a M mS4iU-fi awa'itnU tfeaashtfall 1 S
; W ilnn. The Mi mtmmtni wa m tfc Mi l
' UMui to haS talus M 4fly anflto W aM Wa :
;tar i rain. Tlx 'U-wa' W 'rk4 m Wle
m aa a SWr afkMWW ta Uftmmbu, t4t,
aVImMi tborr rnaU ly took kiM wlk with -,
a kury kwl, K lu h na ta Im that ha maid
ami tto fmmiliar aMk. Wpm to It yn M to:
M tak tto ttttb toefc at triAtm htm to
ttoasbt tto aalt aar wU tola Ua toddL N. to .
vm 14 4 Ui arMUa tod cm e-ana. Otttara
' AM4H mi fatf tto Uf' ? -. -,
Tea drrkon 4-fmi Uri, with aw M
Vtoa attor Mfm W nmtu fin, ;
Mtai ttt Mtl, O aMaV n mtt
twtft a m a tttt uf iit J-
SMttVi tyi (raw itm, a'arfat t
Ctoaca tmd aVay ta U Tumd I Ht(
'''id .. ..J ,';-,.:':iV:t''iSf-'i-"s:
- O rtoa rWf
, I mniThy fmtmti wry
By Win Dona
I want my boy to have a dog
Or maybe two or three
He'll learn from them
much easier .
Than he would learn from
A dog will show him how to
And bear no grudge or hate
I'm not so good at that my
self vy?,,'r :5 ,- 'iX',
But dogs will do it straight.
I want my boy to have a dog
To be his pal and fnend
So he may learn that friend
Is faithful to the end.
There never yet has been a
Who learned to doublecross
Nor catered to you when
Then dropped you when
MARTY HALE The Old
f " Spinner.
. from Monthly News Flash,
Maryland Game and Inland
In Wildlife In North Carolina
By UNCLE SAM.
THE HOME GARDEN PATS
Whether prices are high or. low
home sardeainB oavs. There are
just as many calories of food in
sarden nroduce when it is cheap as
when it is costly, wnen xoou u
high there is more saving of money
The gardener who will study
eatherlna times of the various kinds
of vegetables may so plant that he
may gather some yegetames xrom
his garden many months during
the vesr. . He may commence with
radish ; and greens which only
take, a few weeks to grow. : From
the earliest crops on Into early
winter, crons may be harvested.
Add to the lathering months, the
canning, pickling and storing and,
the gardener nas iooa, a savins
and an income from his garden the
whole year around.
Another value derived from the
home garden is that produce may
always be had fresh. Some vege
tables begin to deteriorate and lose
flavor from the very time of gath
ering. When vegetables are brought di
rect from the garden to the table
there are no packing and trans
portation charges. . The profits and
costs of the wholesaler and retail
er have been eliminated. -
The person who hss a small plot
of land is willing to put some plan
ning and a few hours of work Into
borne gardening will be amply paid
for his time and labor.
Having this day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of J. B.
Miller, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this la to
notify all versons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned duly verified,
on or before the 29th day of April,
1953 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate settlement
This the 29th dsy of April, 1.2.
. 3, R, THOMAS, ' Administrator
; J. R. MILLER, estate
R. X Lanier, Attorney
0-S-oT. AJJU .L" :,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
1 ' - . . ' . -
Dtatrlbutad by Dluitrattd Ftatana ajadtMta, Urilinhaai, Ala, - -nti 1i
Having this day qualified as
Administrator of tjbe Fate of
J rt'iret Carlton, deoesel, I f of
1 ui County, North Caro.. ". is
1? it, notify an per" t
i $ s"inst the sr" i 5 ta
-t tucia to tlie i I
" Orator on or 1 i
. i or t .'s ph it
by clint Xrc::rn.
Abide With Me
sick preacher takes a walk
add to mU to
: At tto awalag atrafca LyH tod aaadscud lit lata -aicttaiaat.
Aad saw, aa to waltod toalda (to ata, to
auda aataa far b farawall amin ta Irliadt wtoal
'' iayi aad amiaat to tod ttond far aaarly a eaaitae
i af a aMHaty. la Italy to wsald to itraaaart.
But tto eaMia aaia kaaw ttora wm aaa Frlaad wha
waald fa arltfc kto . . . "la Ufa. ia aaatk" . , , wtona
to waat. Hi mi ab tiatliaiata M fapar, aae tto
- fasar ta a ralativa arto aat it away ia a araak. Haary
. Fraasb Lyta diad ia lialhua Ptaaaa twa aiaa lat aftav
... latTiai Briatoat. Ha aam raactod Italy, la lil Ut
yoaai nuaa ta tto attaaalaa al a tMtdaa yabbaar. :
. tor Ml
la ila, ta
pleaded in bar of recovery.
All persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This 21stT day of March, 1952.
EARL CARR, Administrator
Mount Olive, N. C. R-2
Mcllair Seed Folks
Laurinburg, N. C. One of the
top packaging display honors in
America has been awarded the Mc
Nalr's Yield Tested Seed Com
pany's tobacco' seed container It
was announced here recently by
The McNalr lfi-ounce tobacco
seed display carton received hon
orable mention this year in the
annual carton competition conduct
ed by the Folding Paper Carton
Association of America. Judges
termed the McNalr carton, which
features tobacco barn backed by
a large tobacco leaf, as an outstand
ing example of progressive pack
aging. Aa honorable mention certificate
has already .been; received by the
local seed company and the dis
play carton will receive national
publicity in June. The carton was
manufactured .- by . 'the Gardvr
Board and Carton Company of Mid-
dletown, Ohio. .
i The McNalr Seed Company is
one of the leading distributors oi
tobacco, hybrid corn, cotton, and
small grain seed In the Southeast,
and the Company has a number of
local dealers ia this area.
: f4 rraetaf
. and Refrigerator combined!
. ' ' ' 'i m ,f ' i '
s ' , i - 1 i u J,
tytta Miotic Defrosting '-
V , In Rfrlerwtorl r . '
J "i.,-..:.i. L J'' i i i i Jt ' i ". hA j :-;
r Roll-(oYaii Shelves
"'if " , of 1,
i . , ! ' , r
New Cycta-matU UvelcoMI
4 ti I ' t i l O r , , -
lee Hie new Cycla-mallc Frigid
r olre now I Also see the new .
Deluxe, Master and Standard
, modelspriced from $3S0.0ff
1 5 d '
ta aa a tto w
aBaaita ad ,
n. an aa aaaaa aaaa
Thy (ran aaa f tto awaW
Wt feto Ttytf my gmUt aW May tm Ut
- TW aiaad aW waaHaa, O mUdt wM awl
' MM Thtm Thy mat btftm my rltaWi ayai
SUm Urtrngt tto laaa, aW tataf aw aa
;, ttoaUni . . , ' , I"
HaaaaVf awrataf Irtaat, aW trntVi 'twas
dsmk, O Uri, aMtt wtA mt
Facing an expected feed grain
shortage, Tar Heel farmers are urg
ed to get as much feed as possible
from their pastures. They can do
this by using mineral fertilizers and
practicing rotational grazing.
Meat produotio minder Federal
Inspection for the week ended April
26 was , estimated at 305 million
' j" ':.(.. .;.;- '
PhokMS) S17-J er
A SPECIAfcTT ,
Df MOfJNT OLMS
To The Democratic Voters Of Duplin County:
Auction Sale All
. Eriaj Us Yoor Crrjlrs rii!"3lC3od or lj rk&Mi:
We Dave Dryers Tcr All IZ1 j T.l j Ar-'73 Yen Have To Sell -
y? ' V ri Pc.! : 3 Tthnti fs Every Dy7tf t-
It Is a well-known fact that tlie
early tomato blossoms or blossom
clusters often fall to aet fruits.
This msy be due to a number of
factors but is usually due to cool
temperatures esrly in the growth
season, when the first two clusters
of blossoms appesr. .
It has been found that apli
oatlons of certain plant hormones
to the blossoms will cause fruits
to est ' In many cases these fruits
are aeedless or almost seedless. -
Experiment have shown that, In
the case of tomatoes, it Is only
worth-while to spray the hormone
on the first two or three clusters.
These hormones are now available
at any seed store under various
: M. F. ALLEII, JR.
Kenonsville, II. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
H Buildina Hew
r Donhrinn Old
lVf IMVSSSJI W la
II Smith's Heatinff. InCt l
l j Kinston,!?. C.
1 Licensed Vnder Patents
J Ull,m and 2,05W
Announcement is hereby made of my can
didacy to succeed myself as Register of Deeds,
subject to the Democratic Primary '
. - Having worked in this office for many years,
first as a deputy ani then as the Register, I feel
that my long experience amply qualifies me for
the duties of this I lace. My record speaks for
itself. ' w .
. - As in years past, I shall greatly appreciate
the help of my friends in the primary v
.. All public money collected by this office has
been paid over to the County Treasurer and re
ceipted for by him. ' -' , "
March 31, 1952 ( ' , v
-v , .
Good Run of r.'cles,
and Uoz Each Thursday at ' ;
' ip.it , '.
Kinds Tarsi E-rnczt EachTb-rs. 12 O'clock
triila r,a,.. TWv should be USeA
....J!n. tn ka ilttWltinnS SdVeB
by the manufacturer; ' otherwises
they may cause damage or heavy;;
wrinkling of the tomato xruiis. . ..
Tha mafarlal ahmlld be SDrayOd.
on the open blossoms with an at
omizer or fine sprayer. Since all;
the Blossoms on a cluster
onen at one time It will require-
at least two applications for each.
.Inatar Manv commercial STOWer
are now using fruit setting . hor
mones successfully and there la;
no reason why they should not be-,
successful In the home garden es
pecially in cool growing seasons..
I The fact that main fruits would be
I seedless :;:i-i.",:-::'r ;.-
riinnn llnih( nt
VWIIIIJ wa"w- , .
AND LAST OF , t
M The Original . llBf
; The First Successful .
The Most Economical . . 1
The Finest Curing Unit
- ' Phone4471 J
FORREST H. SMITH, PreeMent J,;
, and General Manager ; - f I