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Question: - Who said August and
September are months of rest in. the
Answer: "The man who didn't
have a garden," according to John H,
Harris, State College extension hor
ticultural specialist. ,-
"'August and September are good
-months for planting beets, kale, mus
tard, spinach, leaf lettuce, turnips,
carrots and radishes. If you have
plants or can buy them, now is the
time to set oat collard, broccoli, and
cauliflower and cabbage plants for a
fall crop," Harris says. .;
The specialist alBo " offers instruc
tions on making a frame' for protect
ing vegetables this winter:
Plant the hardy vegetables mention
ed above in a bed about six feet wide
and as long as you like. 'Place boards
or logs about 18 inches high around
the des. Then place strips across
the top to. support a covering of bur
lap or similar material.
: This covering is not usually needed
" Phone or See
Clarence Chappell, Jr.
Belvidere, North Carolina
below 20 decrees. - -
; Don't allow the gun "to strike the
vegetables while they are irozen, uar.
ris warns. Transplant your cathaa
and collards to the frame when cold
weather- comes. The frame is also a
rood Place to seed and carry over head
lettuce plants for transplanting next
spring. ' r " " -
Gentility is often confused ' with
Question It looks like there's ga
ins' to be a big turkey crop this year.
Should I store my turkeys in hope
of getting a better market price la
; Answer "When your birds are
ready to go, if the market price will
return you reasonable profit, I'd
sell," says W. C. Mills, Br, turkey
specialist for the State College Ex
' "Store was not intended to 'be used
as a speculative thing, but it is
place to hold your birds when you are
faced with a loss," (Mills qualifies his
ook at it this way," says Mills,
"if the birds, when ready to market,
will return to me less than produc
tion costs, 1 would store. That is not
- Mills says that if he could afford
to gamble and thought that by stor
ing he could make a better sale, he
might decide to store. However, be
warns, there is plenty-to toe, and
plenty of turkey growers who do lose,
"Some stored last year when there
uroa nit Aonaa f a ofvstA m-nA ViAw ltcst
the specialist says. . ,
Mills believes that the early mar
ket will be a little weak, getting
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Answer to Question No. 8:
Lymph nodes are small bean-
shaped organs located within the
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TWO MASSES NEXT SUNDAY IN
EDENTON CATHOLIC CHURCH
The Most Holy Sacrifice of the
Mass will be offered Sunday, iSepbem.
ber 14, Feast of the Exaltation of the
Holy Cross, at 8 and 11 A. M., EST.,
in St. Ann's Catholic .Church, Edenton,
each including Holy Communion, ser
mon on "The Fourth Commandment,"
followed by Rosary for Peace and
Conversion of Russia, Sunday School,
Mass Servers Instructions, with Con
fessions for half hour before Services,
stated Father McCourt, rector, who
invites everybody to all Services.
Week-days at 7 A. M., EST., Mass,
Communion, Rosary Edenton Church.
f's'iVS For Vetcrcns
Eligible veterans will be admitted to
Veterans Administration hospitals on
va announced. ...... '
VA said the nine ' priority groups
are based on laws enacted by the
Congress and administered by the
agency. ' -
The groupings are designed to es
tablish an equitable rule governing the
use of .vacant beds for all persons
eligible for admission or transfer to
a particular VIA hospital under these
nonservice-connected disabilities,' but
whose transfer from one hospital to
another has been requested by au
thorized officials for medical reasons.
Group 6 Wartime, .post-Korea, and
peacetime veterans with compensable
service-connected disabilities or dis
charged for line of duty disabilities
requiring hospitalization for non-service-connected
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certain veterans retired from the U.
S. Armed 'Gorces for (physical disabili-
ties, having no "Compensable service-
connected disalbiuties and not discharg
ed for line of duty disabilities, who re
quire hospitalization for nonservice-
: Group 8 (Non-veterans whose hos
pitalization has been requested toy au
thorized officials, excepting U.. S.
'Armed Forces personnel whose hospi
talization la directed by the VIA Cen
tral Office in Washington, D. C .
: Croup 9 (All eligible veterans cur
rently hospitalized in another VA
hospital who have requested transfer
for .personal reasons, but whose trans
fer is not necessary for medical rea
sons : r and certain eligible veterans
whom VA has hospitalized in non-VA
hospitals and who have requested
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Excluding emergency admissions, all
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start of Korean hostilities) who re
quire hospitalization for service-connected
disabilities. . ,
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peacetime veterans with service-con
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