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The pilot. (Vass, N.C.) 1920-current, December 26, 1963, Page 6, Image 6

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twin? : & 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 Southern Pines B'L' ?*SSI1VGS May the true, deep meaning of Christmas , make the season bright for you ami yours. PHILLIPS or ? OUT HERN PINES Your Dodge and- MG Dealer Pine Lakes Shooting Preserve AND KENNELS RT. 1. WEST END, N. C. QUAIL HUNTING 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 allotment cut. 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 year earlier. 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 pounds. 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 arette consumption. 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 s' Parker Oil Company Southern Pines nl5tf ! I sblf for export in Hhod<-sia. Ex port* ui bur Ley are expected to increase slightly. The 1(1 per cent decrease in acreage allotments will probably result in a slight increase in the price of flue-cured tobacco, All good added. 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. MAYTAG Sales Sl Service Parker Oil Co. tfn ABERDEEN Carolina Gardens 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 GREATER. THE TIME FOR LISTING WILL BE THE MONTH OF JANUARY C )NLY AND WILL ABSOLUTELY NOT BE EXTENDED. CARTHAGE TOWNSHIP BENSALEM TOWNSHIP SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP RITTER TOWNSHIP 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) ... SANDHILL TOWNSHIP 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 D19,26c 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. President 132 N. W. Broad Street THE CITIZENS BANK W" AJN'li TRUST COMPANY SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 600 S. W. Broad Sfewwrf Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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