n 1 V "V
. aucr is distressed about hor
3 wmch were ''empty, black
1 worthless-'; " ,-, :
. 1 1-? i - t
This is the story in many cases
j is, due, primarily, to wo. fun
is diseases which attack the
tucks mildew .and scab.- These
eases, ' feeding; on the t- shucks
-iin after the pecans are wH
trmed; prevent: development e
: If you have crowded
stands ,o ;Pinc Tjrtnber
, cr .stands witfy podr-qua-!
lity trees Why not lei us
, thin your ''woodland to
growth, ; wtore 'saw-
You willt"hqt qijly re
ceive current - income,
but also improve the ap
pcarsance'f oJ h'e 8 e
stands. Calf, or Write,
', 1 ROBERT E.'
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'' - WALLACE, N. C.
Him f - ; Olfke ph.
28 9-4031 AT 5-287(1
Rose Hill,, , Wallace
'" . Yrd,fh.'
AT 5-232 f
Office lit Wallace T
Hwy. 4l West
the kernels and result in "black, J
empty fonaiupn. .r -(
The finlv method of controlling
diseases and insects Which' attack
i - . rniiMfl,;n(.' w -' .n..
schedule using approved .'iqsectf ?
cides and fungicides. Thia protect-
ton requires expensive spray uw
hiftery. and is not practical under
le garden conaiuons- ... .
Tf wrin arc ftnp nf the luckv cneS
Who has escaped these fungus rp- j
nhls nrf have well , developed
nuts to enjoy " this winter; keep
paying, -the preacher agd, rnaybe
vaiii lurk will continue -;-.' .:
i We have frequent requests fromi
new -home owners about sugges
tions for plantings which will give
"quick color effect." One answer .
te' fancy-leaved caladiums. '
tt rhecBladium is oi6 oi the refi-
I 1 11.. rnfiefarvfifV BliaH fllnfitR. The i
leaves make striKing oispiays a
onlnst ih rfpen ffreen of ever
greens. It is fine fir massing ,ln
I would recommend -the ph'
thase . of tubers about two inches
in: diameter, The tubers may h
planted out-of-daorr after the tem
perature begins to level off if) he
spring and will not go below 65
degrees at night.
There are literally hundreds of
varieties but . the following lint
are the -biggest sellers - Mrs. W
B. Haldeman, White Christmas,
- Spotlight. Thomas Tomlensqn,
Sunburst, Ped ISslgn, Red Flare,
Expoaitii)n' Crimson Wave, Pipk
Qoud.-Texag Beauty and Lord
LEE'S STORES INC. ?
.WALLACE & BURGAW
Selling Chlx Tobacco Canvas
' At A Few Cents Above Cost In
: Order ,To' Advertise
v !. LlEE STpRES :la
4 Yds. or 5 Yds. 25x18 .' . . Only $6.75:
Get Your Chix Covers Early )'
Doubtful If We Will Have
, . Any More At This Price
I 4 MAte-SUIFT JOB Of WRMG w&-
SUtf Hi UNSATISFACTORY &WCt W(lT
. V A QUALIFIED ElSCTRlCtAd!
F: H:AFeim Operating Loans
'! ' : - . t ,'- S a SB -1 t' SF"" -
jtrenglken nations roc
TTarmpn are borrowing more
dollars today so that 4he families
at fne rjanwi ipajr mb auc
an adequate food avjpply in the
nVipnd: B. A. "Parker, Jr.
Farrnerf Hrne Administrate
County pupervisof. saiq iwnay-
i : ne avgrap lvsinfenv ,. yi
farm has. climbed fjf om- $6,qp to
HZ-OQfi since f40. a eVenrpld
increase, Parker Rpmted out. Far
mers are using the -fundi " ac
quire the machinery, fertilizer,
land am other essential for ef
ficient operations. 'Food. s 9 bar
oaio toda. Gniv twenty per cent
of the consumers income goes for
food. Most of the people in otner
countries apend half of -their in
come for food. '
''However, to maintain the ef
ficient production that makes food
such a bargain the farmer needs
to pour incrc 1 nig amounts of
capital into h:s operations,'' he
said, ftecent legislation passed by
Congress has raised the maximum
amount that a farmer can bor
rowfrom the Farmers Home Ad
ministration from $20,000 to $35,-nnn
"The increase in loan limits re
flect the growing need for agri
cultural capital." Mr. Parker said.
"The technological revolution in
agriculture has greatly ipcreased
the amqunt of capital tarmers
TAKE CARE WITH ELECTRIC -CURRENT"
.',' " '
' Misuse' of electrical equipment ii
credited - or blamed' - with causing
20.4 per cent of all known-origin
fires in the seven-year period end
ing with 1959, according to the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters
The lationar Fire Protection As
sociation says there were 74,000 ele
ctrical fires in 19S9, destroying pro
perty worth $133,980,000.
"Electric current is an unseen
cause of fire,"" said Chief Lauren
I Sharpe of the Kenansviile Fire De
'tartment. addina "H must be con
ducted through properly installed
cables and wires and used proper
ly with the many eiectrical appli
ances." t Chief Sharpe advises that electric
wiring be installed only by -'qualified
electricians,' warning that the "Do-It-Your-self"
can endanger both life and property.
Carolina Telephone Announces A New
iiavp ta invest in their opfi'.Jorf
Uan woune farmers' v no are
justcting started, and enblLV
ea termers wnq neeq "i nuiw f""
tnf ttrfiimtment In their ODera-
tions will beneflj. UrbajJ fanjlljes
vyil beneiit, ioo rer every um
lar Wiselyirtyested in our farm
iinonsthan. liiir ahilhtv to nrn-
duce the food that is so essential
to our sirvival.
During the past .year the Far
mers Home Administration ad
vanced more than $11,000,000 In
operating capita 9 PrtS Caro
lina farmers. In the past fifteen
years the agency has provided
-redit of this type totaling more
than $92,000,000. Losses on these
loans have been approximately
.7 per cent.
Each Loan is accompanied bv
or-hnipai Assistance in farm and
The Farmers Home Adminis
' ration only makes loans to far
mers who are unable to obtain
noorioH rrpclit from other lenders
at the time they apply for the
loan As soon as the borrowers
orogress to a point where they aie
able to obtain credit from conven
tional sources they graduate to
Other improvements brougn
about bv recent legislation includa
provisions that will enable the
participate .with other leoderi ill
tarmers Home Administration. o
making, operating" "loans; and au
thority to make emergency loan
ip areas, where, a natural disaster
has affected only a few farmer.
Previously emergency credit was
damage had been widespread. Mr.
Parker statef (nat iniormanon on
any f loan, may De oBnauiiu
ft the county . office in Kenarw-
Belt KeUer DeeK
-t"Tber is plentf lpf ' doursg
mong us iot the abstract, but b(
neugh far the 'concrete, because
we allow 'our' dallr biti of bravery,
to evaporate", says pelen Keller: 14
a statement from the New OutloMt
For. The BUnf published by i the
American Foundation for the Blind.
iNTERNATIOHAL TRUCKS TARMAU
TRACTORS rABM IMPLEMENTS :
1 i.j " ' i , .u '
ItyOTH COMPLY. INC XINSTOK.TO CAROLINA PB0HE417B
RCA WHIRLPOOL -TARTS SER VI Ct
to North Carolina . :
A naw telephone seryice is on
the way for subscribers in com
munities where there are direct
distance dailing facilities, accord
ing to G.' T. Pate,-district traffic
manager for Caroliona Telephone.
The innovatipn, called universal
information service, will enable
subscribers to dial the informat
ion operator at a distant point wi
thout calling the local operator.
As it is introduced in Carolina
Company j exchanges, operators
will advise customers seeking tel
ephone numbers at .distant points
that the distant information ser
vice can be dialed direct. There
will be no charge for this service.
While the service; s presently
available only to selected points,
it will gradually become nationwide-
In describing t.he new service,
Pate said. "By dialing 120 follow
ed by the area code of the dis
tant point and the numbers 555
1212, telephone users will be able
to reach tha distant information
operator more quaickly.
"The direct distance dialing
section of some of our local di
rectories already contain instruc
tions concerning this service.
Exchanges where the information
operator may be dialed direct are
designated by an asterisk," Pate
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SEE US OR CALL:
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Pink Hill 56 8-3681
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Clinton LY 2-2104
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a glass of beer
means many things
Kvery montn or the year is an "outdoor"
season in North Carolina and the piesjure
of tramping the fields behind a good doc
ranks high in many areas.
Outdoor living invites relaxing comfort and
to many this means the added enjoyment of
a glass of beer, at the end of the day. Ia
thpse progressive areas which permit its
"legal sale", a glass of beer also means
important added tax revenue. '
O f' -" .
x. no Waiting Period to 5W at Waqraw
J .CHECKIMB .'ACCOUIII. ...
a 30 Bonus Days out of Every 90
Deposits made by the 10th et each month earn iron the 1st. Interest
is paid quarterly.
a Withdrawals wiout Penalty
Yon may maVe withdrawals at Waccamaw at anytime without loss if
interest on remaining balance.
4. Waco-maticSavings Plan
WUb Waccamaws popular savings plan, you simply say how much
you'd like to save eaciunenth.
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Kc-nsvilb : Rose Hill V Bcubvi!!!