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    By Labor Department For Job Safety
Hoke Firms, County Honored
The County of Hoke and three
Hoke County businesses received
special awards Tuesday from the
North Carolina Department of
Labor for outstanding achievement
in safety on the job.
All have been honored the safety
achievement in the previous con
secutive years.
The awards were presented by
State Labor Commissioner John C.
Brooks at a dinner in Lumberton.
It was the eighth consecutive year
that the Menswear Dyeing Plant of
Burlington Industries in Raeford
received a safety award. The county
government won it for the fifth
consecutive year.
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The other Hoke County or
ganizations honored were: The
Raeford Plant of Burlington In
dustries, for the fifth consecutive
year; and Hoke Concrete Works of
Raeford, for the fourth consecutive
year.
Brooks recognized the com
panies with the department's mil
lion-hour safety awards for ex
tended operations without a lost
time or disabling injury.
Kayser-Roth Hosiery Inc., Lum
berton Plant, received a two -
million - hour award for compiling
an even 2,000,000 safe employee
hours from Sept. 17, 1980. through
Feb. 25. 1982.
From Oct. 31, 1981, through
April 3, 1982, Converse Inc.,
Lumberton, recorded 1,360,000
safe employee hours and will
receive a one - million - hour
award.
At the program, cosponsored
with the Lumberton Area Chamber
of Commerce, Brooks also honored
78 area businesses, governmental
units and service establishments
with the department's 1981 safety
awards.
Brooks noted particularly the
achievement of WestPoint Pep
School Menu
Friday, April 23
Hamburger on Bun
Slaw
French Fries, Catsup
Fruit
Milk
Monday, April 26
Chick Fillet on Bun
Buttered Corn
Applesauce
Favorite Cake
Milk
Tuesday, April 27
Lasagna
Tossed Salad
Rolls
Gelatin w/Fruit
Milk
Wednesday, April 28
Beef-A-Roni
Cheese Wedge
Steamed Cabbage
Apple Crisp
Cornbread
Milk
Thursday, April 29
Fried Chicken
Fluffy Potatoes
Green Beans
Fruit
Rolls
Milk
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CASUALTY
1 14 W. Edinborough Avenue Phone 875-3667
perell Inc., Alamac Knitting Divi
sion. Elizabethtown Plant, which
qualified for the department's
safety award for the ninth con
secutive year.
Qualifiers for the department's
1981 award either maintained a
perfect safety record during the
calendar year or recorded an
occupational injury incidence rate
at least 50 percent below the
statewide rate for their particular
industry.
The Lumberton dinner was the
seventh in a series of 30 labor
department safety awards presen
tations scheduled across the state
this spring. The safety incentive
program began in 1946 as a
cooperative effort with the U.S.
Department of Labor under the
World War II Manpower Act.
Since 1961, the program has been
administered solely by the N.C.
Department of Labor.
Library
News
Books which were awarded Pul
tizer Prizes recently are available at
the Hoke County Public Library.
The list follows.
The collected "Poems" (post
humous volume). Sylvia Plath.
"Mary Chestnut's Civil War."
Mary Chestnut.
Grant: "A Biography." Wm. S.
McFeely.
"Rabbit is Rich." John Updike.
Books by Art Buchwald who won
a prize for commentary:
"The establishment is alive and
well in Washington."
"Have I ever lied to you?"
"I never danced at the White
House."
"Washington is leaking."
The following books which won
Pulitzer Prizes are not in the local
library but the library will try to
borrow from the State Library
collection:
"A Soldier's Play," Charles Ful
ler (drama award)
"The Soul of a new Machine."
Tracy Kidder (General non-fiction)
Served As Page
Beverly Renee Farrow of Red
Springs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Farrow. Rt. 3. Box 196-A,
Red Springs, served as a page in
Gov. Jim Hunt's offices in Raleigh
during the week of April 13-16.
Beverly is a junior at Hoke
County High School.
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GARDEN WALL COMING These students of Lendward Simpson at Hoke County High School are building a
decorative garden wall in their masonry class. Simpson said it 's a complicated job because there are no straight
lines in it. The students in the photo are Christopher Cameron. Julia McNealey. James Douglas. Sarah Morris.
Brendick Washington. Arletha Williams. Bernice McMillan. Ronnie Mulloy and Richard Brewer.
Hoke Shop Wins Safety Award
The Hoke County maintenance
shop won the state award for Best
Safety Performance for 1981
among the units of the State
Department of Transportation.
The Occupational Safety and
Emergency Planning Section of
DOT recently announced the win
ner of the DOT unit safety awards
for calendar year 1981.
The three types of awards pre
sented annually to DOT units are
as follows: major unit award.
Hoke Agricultural
Extension News
by Willie Featheratone, Jr.
County Extension Chairman
PEST ALERT TAPE ON
CUCUMBERS
Let your fingers do your walking
and call 1-800-662-7301. Does that
number ring a bell?
Yes, for Extension TeleTip! Now
you can call this number and
receive the latest information on
cucumbers and their insect and
disease pests. Weekly updates will
follow. So, find out what the soil
temperature is, be prepared for
pests and pestilence and help
cucumbers run and grow! Call
Extension TeleTip and request the
tape on Cucumber Pest Alert.
SEED CORN MAGGOT
Have you wondered why beans,
peas, corn and cucumbers fail to
emerge? Or if they do emerge, why
seedlings are deformed? Or. why
that potato seed piece has tunnels
in it? Or why that cabbage plant
doesn't grow? Well, the cause
could be seed corn maggot. Small
brown flies are active during April
and can be seen flying over
new-tilled soil. They are searching
for a place to lay eggs. The white
legless maggots feed on germi
nating seed, seed pieces or small
transplants. Damage is most severe
in spring crops in high organic,
cool, wet soils. Of course, it helps
the maggots if the seed is planted
deep.
Some things to consider in
dealing with seed corn maggots are:
1. Avoid planting early in areas
having cold. wet. organic soils.
2. Place seed at proper depth or
shallow in well-prepared soils.
3. Use seed treated with an
insecticide such as diazinion or
methoxychlor.
4. Broadcast the soil insecticide
diazinon (Spectracide) in problem
areas prior to seeding.
5. Plant a few extra seed and thin
where needed.
Library Board
The Board of Trustees of the
Sandhill Regional Library System
will hold its quarterly meeting on
Wednesday. April 28 at 3 p.m. in
the offices on Rockingham Road in
Rockingham.
Mrs. Grace Andrews of Red
Springs, vice chairman, will pre
side.
Freedom
Fund Rally
The Hoke County Branch of the
NAACP will sponsor a Freedom
Fund Rally April 25 at Silver Grove
Missionary Baptist Church at 6
p.m.
The guest speaker is Rev. Sidney
A. Locks of Lumberton, candidate
for the 21st District of the State
House of Representatives.
sub-unit award, and special sub
unit award. The awards are
plaques on which the unit's desig
nations are engraved.
For 1981. Highway Division 8.
which includes Hoke, Chatham.
Randolph. Lee. Moore. Montgo
mery. Scotland and Richmond
Counties is the winner of the single
major unit award. Henry H. Jordan
is division engineer of Division
Eight. This award is presented to
the division or comparably-sized
organization which establishes the
best overall safety record that
includes both fleet accident rate
and personal injury incidence rate.
Of the 13 reporting periods during
the year. Jordan's division ranked
first in fleet safety eight times and
lowest in injury rate five times.
The secretary of DOT. W.R.
"Bill" Roberson. said. "This is a
remarkable achievement of which
everyone should be proud and 1
challenge all other division organi
zations to equal or surpass Division
Eight's record. 1 congratulate all
DOT employees everywhere for
their efforts to reduce accidents
and prevent injuries. Safety for our
employees is a top priority item for
our department."
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