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1. The (UJ3.) (Britain) hopes to launch the
first man-made -earth -satellite.
2. The device may be launched by (1969)
3. Develop meat program is expected to cost at
least 10 (billion) (million) dollars. *
4. The device presumably will be about the size
of a (basketball) (blimp).
5. It may carry (instruments only) (instru
ments and animals).
6. It will circle the earth at an altitude of (2000)
(200) miles, approximately.
7. It will travel in its orbit at a speed of about
(1800) (18,000) m.p.h. \
8. It will circle the earth (indefinitely) (for a
* limited time).
9. (Atomic) (liquid fuel) rockets will lift it to
its place in the upper atmosphere.
10. A person (will) (may) be able to see it with
the naked eye.
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poor; 30-60, average; 70-80, superior, and 90-100, very
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Fear County Men
Enlist In Nary
The U. S. wavy Recruiting Sta
tion in Franklin has announced
that the following men from Cher
okee County were enlisted in the U.
S. Navy during July and are now
undergoing training at the Naval
Recruit Training Center, Great
Scottie Dean Hall, Andrews;
Harold J. Queen, Rt. 1, Marble;
Allen McDonald Fox, Rt. 2, Cul
berson; and Kenneth Derexal
Swan son. Liberty Community.
There are no waiting periods for,
enlistmen in any of the programs
offered by the Navy. Applications
are now being taken for the Junior
College Graduate Training Pro
gram, the High School Graduate
Program, Non-High School Grad
uate Applicants- and for the
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developed. It brings down trees 5 feet or more In diameter and
cuts In any position. Most important it stands up under the grind,
requires minimum maintenance, saves time and money on any
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The Sweetwater ladies' team was
defeated by the Peachtree ladies
last Thursday by a score of 21 ? 11
The game was played at the Peach
tree School ball field.
Mrs. i?uise Trance pitched for
Sweetwater and Miss Linda Lou
Lance did the catching. Miss Shir
ley Stiles was the pitcher for
Peachtree and J. Hughes the catch
The batting order for Sweet
water: Mrs. Morene Lonce, short
stop, Mrs. Louise Lance, pitcher;
Miss Linda Lou Lance, catcher;
Mrs. Barbara Schalk, first base;
Miss Ellen McCray, second base;
Miss Frances Dills, third base;
Mrs. Ora Anderson, left field; Mrs.
Annie Lance, center ' field: D.
Shalk .right field.
The batting order for Peachtree:
Mrs. Ted White, first base; Miss
Shirley Stiles, pitcher; Miss Jear
lean Stiles, short stop; Mrs. Zen
ner Kilpatrick, third base; Miss
Gladys Kilptarick, left field; Mrs.
Fred Arrowood. center field; Mis'?
Carolyn Thomas, second base; J.
Arrowood. right field; J. Hughes, ?
Home Barbecue Pit?
Help Broiler Sales
The versatile, home barbecue
| portable cooking pits have helped
I boost broiler sales, says C. P.
Libeau. extension poultry market
ing specialist at State College.
But the local broiler industry it
self can help gain deeper and wid
er markets and increase sales, he
emphasizes. Here are some of the
things that Libeau thinks broiler
processors and feed dealers can do]
to promote broiler consumption:
1. Devise and adopt methods of
encouraging families to get a por
table barbecue grill designed for
2. Make outdoor broiler barbe
cue universally popular but start
first at home, in the community,
county and state.
I 3. The family type barbecue'
stands could be used as tie-in sales
with broilers, other poultry, and
4. Encourage and promote the
use of portable barbecue stands as
gifts. Gifts of these stands might
be encouraged even at Christmas.
This should help to prepare for big
ger and better broiler sales and
more agricultural income for North
Carolina in 1956.
Take Slight Drop
Broiler chick placements in
Central-Western Carolina during
the week ended August 6 amounted
to 1,467,000 ? a decline of some four
per cent from the 1.522,000 chicks,
placed a week earlier, the North
Carolina Cropt Reporting Service
Hatcheries in the state, including
the eastern area, set 1.952,000 eggs
for broilers last week, a six per
cent r'.-rn for the settings for the
? veiling week.
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Narth Carolinian* get should get
their mi "Of watermelons this year.
According to reports from growers, 1
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14,000 acres of watermelons have
been planted In the state and ooo- 1 :
dltlona indicate an average yield of
215 melon* per acre. This would tg ?
the UrfMt production since 1M4.
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What happens when a business has a really great
year? A bonus is declared? right?
Well, sir-get set for a windfall, because this is more
than Buiclc's greatest year. This is the greatest.
Not only is Buick outselling every car in America
except the two most widely known smaller cars? but
Buick is breaking every sales record in its history.
Right now we're past the mark set in our best full
y eat.? and we're still .going great guns.
So we're slicing a melon with you in the form of an
all-out trade-in allowance ? a profit-sharing bonus
deal that beats even the big trades we've been giving
all year. After all, we've gone way beyond our ,
expected volume? and can now afford to stretch our
trade-in allowances to practically our breakeven
And that puts you more easily than ever before in the
driver's seat of the hottest-selling Buick in history . . .
The Buick with the boldest, freshest styling of the
?-oy. Shewn h^^rS?K007,,dMfc
times? with the snap and ginger of record-high V8
power? with the level buoyancy of die all-cod-spring
ride ? and with the electrifying performance of
Variable Pitch Dynaflow* worlds first and only
transmission using the switch-pitch principle of the
modern plane's propeller.
Better come in and visit us tomorrow? today, if yoa
can? and see for yourself that the thrill aad#io boy
and the deal of the year is Buick, hands dpwn.
'Variable Pitch Dynaflow ir the otUy Dynajbw Buiek bssilds
today. It is standard on ROADUASTER, optional at modest
extra cost oft other Series.
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