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: & the joy of Christmas
reach into every heart,
;? as with scripture, song
fm~ and prayer, we recall the
i wonder of His birth.
Many thanks to all.
Curtis Radio & TV Service
May the true, deep meaning of Christmas ,
make the season bright for you ami yours.
or ? OUT HERN PINES
Your Dodge and- MG Dealer
RT. 1. WEST END, N. C.
BIBD DOGS BOARDED AND TRAINED
Open October 15 - March 31
N. C. Licence No. 18 Extended Season Permit No. 19
Over 120 Coveys To Choose From.
Large Private Hunting Area.
Good View? of Wild Waterfowl
In Their Natural Habitat.
Vercleii Batten, Mgr.
Telephone: Carthage 947-5302
CHRISMAS KACCOON? "Jasper II" is a coon that lives
under a stump along the right-of-way of the transcontinenal
tracks of the Canadian National Railways, in Algonquin Park,
northern Ontario. A fishing guide. Jack Wilkinson, has made a
pet of the coon and never fails to trim a Christmas tree for
him ? just as the guide did for the current Jasper's father.
Jasper I became famous after he crossed the CN tracks and was
clipped by the "Super Continental," his only injury being the
loss of his tail.
Economists See Stronger Situation for
Tobacco In '64; Better Prices Expected
Agricultural economists predict
some strengthening of the flue
cured tobacco industry in 1964,
following the 10 per cent acreage
J. G. Allgood, extension farm
management specialist at North
Carolina State, says economists
generally agree that flue-cured
domestic consumption, exports
and prices should be higher in
1964 than in 1963.
Flue-cured growers did not
have much to smile about in 1963.
Production and prices were off.
Domestic use of flue-cured tobac
co decreased 6 million pounds ?
about 1 per cent ? over 19G2 while
output of cigarettes increased
about 3 per cent. Exports were
down 53 million pounds from a
Burley growers did batter in
1963. Production was good. Ex
ports were at a record level. And
while domestic use of flue-cured
was going down, domestic use of
burley increased 5 million
As for 1964, Allgood says agri
cultural economists believe do
mestic use of flue-cured will in
crease slightly and the use of bur
ley should be up about 3 per cent
as a result of the increase in cig
Exports of flue-cured in the
coming year are expected to in
crease moderately because of the
better quality available from the
1963 crop and less tobacco avail
Parker Oil Company
sblf for export in Hhod<-sia. Ex
port* ui bur Ley are expected to
The 1(1 per cent decrease in
acreage allotments will probably
result in a slight increase in the
price of flue-cured tobacco, All
Neither U. S. Department of
Agriculture economists or N. C.
State economists believe the
health Issue will have much ef
fect on the tobacco situation in
the coming year.
Currently, some 463 million
separate U. S. Savings Bonds are
owned by American families ?
worth nearly $47 billion.
Sales Sl Service
Parker Oil Co.
Southern Pines, N. C.
PROPERTY MUST BE LISTED
1 IN JANUARY 1964
The following have been appointed List Takers
for Moore County for the year 1964.
DEEP RIVER TOWNSHIP Mr. James A. Campbell, Carthage. Star Rt.
GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP Mrs. Jesse M. Maples. Cameron, N. C., Rt. J
MINERAL SPRINGS TOWNSHIP Mrs. D. A. Patterson, West End. N. c.
LITTLE RIVER TOWNSHIP Mr. D. Leon Keith, Vaas, N. C.. RJ. %
ALL PERSONS WHO ARE LIABLE FOR POLL TAX AND ALL WH0
OWN PROPERTY AND FAIL TO LIST SAME, WILL BE DEEMED
GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR, AND UPON CONVICTION, n%D
OR IMPRISONED. /
FAILURE TO LIST WILL SUBJECT YOU TO A PENALTY OF 10* 0F
THE CURRENT TAX OR A MINIMUM OF $1.00 WHICHEVER IS "the
THE TIME FOR LISTING WILL BE THE MONTH OF JANUARY C )NLY
AND WILL ABSOLUTELY NOT BE EXTENDED.
Mrs. J. M. Lane, Carthage. N. C.
Mrs. Nina C. Monroe, Biscoe, N. C., Rt. 1
.. . Mrs. L. B. Bowman, Robbins. N. C.
Mrs. Inez Poe, Carthage, N. C.. Rt. 1
McNEILL (Outside Town) .
McNEILL (Inside Town) ...
Mrs. Don J. Blue, Carthage. N. C.. Rt. 3
Mrs. Leland M. Daniels, Jr., So. Pines, N. fr.
Mrs. Julia Latham. Pinebluff, N. q,
ESTELLE T. WICKER
Moore County Tax Supervisor
The Directors, Officers and Staff of our bank again join together in ex
pressing our sincere appreciation for your friendship, confidence and loyalty
throughout the past year. It was a pleasure to serve you.
N. L. HODGKINS
May 1964 bring you and your family the
Best of Good Health, Happiness and Frosperity.
132 N. W. Broad Street
THE CITIZENS BANK
AJN'li TRUST COMPANY
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
600 S. W. Broad Sfewwrf
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation