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Rod Steiger - Jan Sterling
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KEYS MADE WHILE YOU
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
LOOS WANTED: Chestnut oak
or white oak loga, 14, 16 -and 18
ft. long. Good prices paid for
good clean logs. BANKS AND
PATTON LUMBER COMPANY,
Phono 1W or 932. c-un
DR. W. L. BELL, D. Cl
11 Walnut St.
SPRUCE PINE, N. C.
9 ». m. to 12 noon Mon. thru Sat.
2 to 6 pi. m. Mon., Tuoo, Wed., Frl.
C/tJuU FUEL OIL
OIL - Tanks
WHITE MONUMENT WORKS
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WANTED TO RENT: House or
apartment nicely furnished for
one adult Write to Dawn
Felnberg. Box No. 2, or contact
personally at residence of’ Mrs.
Swann Beeler. p-lt
FOR RENT: Furnished Room,
Private bath, by day, week or
month. Phone 234, or call at
Randolph’s Beauty Shop. p-04
Office Phone 276 Home 244
Mutual Inswronc* Co.
Mutual Firo Insuranco Co.
Lifo Insuranco Co.
We Fill All Doctors Prescriptions,
Bring us Your Prescriptions
POULARD'S DRUG STORE
FOR Floor Sanding. Finishing
Painting, tile laying, by the
hour or contract. See Edd
Dale, Burnsville, N. C. Phone
CARPENTER & SMITH
Water Well-Drilling Contractors
NEWLAND, N. C.
FOR QUICK SALE
AND MORE MONEY
LIST YOUR REAL
ESTATE WITH US—
BRIGGS & MOODY
NOW FOR THE SAME
PRICE AS REGULAR SIZE
Deckle Edge Prints
ANY 8 EXPOSURE ROLL
POLLARD’S DRUG STORE
Insurance Questions or
Contact us for FREE advioa.
ROBERTS INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone 270 ,
FOR .’. . ——-
SEPTIC TANK BUILDING
SAND& GRAVEL HAULING
I have acquired a new dieael
powered digger that con han
dle bigger jobs and do the
smaller jobs faster. -
SEE FRANK COOPER
Burnsville, N. C.
B1 Something for the Girls—the ahrlints are making '
t a point to pamper their women passengers and
«w the latest contribution, a special TWA tour,
or women! These tours start in October, and are
silor-made for European vacations on the career
irl’a travel budget! - Os— 4
A few years ago a vacation change of scene meant
, trip to a nearby resort —today it may mean a new'
ontinent! The world is your oyster, girls, with the'
[production of the new, budgeted “two weeks with
ay” tours. As travel advisor for Trans Wofld Air-1
ines, I have visited through Europe from the bustl
sg foreign capitals to the quaint countryside areas'
. . from Venetian palazsos to castles in Spain. Ij
ave discovered that when accommodations and]
ravel connections are arranged .for by experts, you
an travel in relaxed and economical luxury. *' I
Based on my own travel experiences I’ve or-'
| 3 iS j ganized a group of tours with a double purpose in |
I raj HI f mind .. . the first aim is to bring together people
f JsU- J3l jf with mutual interests. Foreign lands become even!
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/W~ group of new friends who have the same special in
- Mil I W terest and hobbies that you do ... and secondly, my
tours are designed to make travel evermore con
venient and entertaining for the woman who works
Ts f " Wj and wants to visit Europe during a two or three
••JSgpS/f/ 3 week vacation period.
-"CHD \£jl v My tours cover just about the most fascinating
places you’d ever want to visit. You can explore
T Venice via the gondola or visit tiny, storybook
' usftj. Monaco . . . see fabulous France or tour the charm
-Ajjfgvjr ' l, ’S Shakespeare country in England. These and
many other world-famous areas are yours to tour,
Afcb vsjfcl based on the group you choose to accompany.
■ What to know about sightseeing . . . How to pack
* '• Id for a trip to Europe . . . How to make selections^
from foreign menus . . . How to find the best places to shop and best
shopping buys . . . Don’t worry about these questions—you’ll be a
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ing suggestions, menu translator and shopping advice. If you would
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AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY
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RALKION, N. C.
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TOWN OF BURNSVILLE
SALE OF DELINQUENT
TAXES FOR 1955
At provided by law, and pur
suant to authority contained in a
resolution duly adopted by the
Board of Commissioners for the
Town of Burnsville, default hav
ing been made in payment of the
taxes hereinafter listed, I will
offer for sale at public outcry at
the court house door In Burnsville
on the 20th day of September, 1956
at 10 A. the property hereinaf
ter described by reason of non
payment of 1955 tax due the Town
This the 29th day of Aug. 1966.
1 (Mrs.) Victoria L. King
Tax Collector Town of Burnsville
Name " Amount of Tax
Cecil Angel $31.50
IP. B. Angel 6.75
J. B. Bailey 41.40
Dewey Lee Baker 10.46
D. N. Boone 152.10
XV. K. Boone 17.89
Philip Branch 16.88
John A. Cooper 96.19
Earl Deyton 22.50
William M. Gladden 38.92
Sam J. Husklns 90.23
Zen us Metcalf 43.88
Byrd Metcalf „ 11.03
Harry McCracldn 13.50
Solon Mclntosh 12.04
J. C. Mclntosh 68.96
Mrs. E. C. Mclntosh 32.20
Ransom Pats 14.51
Carl Pen land 35.89
J. H. Peterson 28.35
Wefado Riddle, Jr. 59.62
Bis Robinson 67.73
Leßoy Sacra 68.71
Gaston Shepherd 24.80
Claude Silver 40.16
Howard W. Simpson 86.78
Elwood Smith 64.46
Chester Southern 21.49
Mrs. Bertha Thompson 155.81
Floyd. Wheeler 9-00
Paul Wilson 5.63
J. H. Wilson 5 51
John G. Wilson • ' 60.93
Lewis Henson - SUM
Willie J. Henson * 4401'
A f,572-foot television tower at
Oklahoma City has taken the title
of die world's tallest structure
i.way from New York City’s Em
pire State Building. Five years
ago the EtnplfkState Building add
ed 222 feet toAts height by con
structing a television tower It now
rises 1.472 feet *
74 acres real nice River farm, on
Chucky river in Washington
County, Tenn. This farm has 35
acres very rich bottom land, the
balance is upland, good new
buildings on the Highway, for
quick sale $26500. This farm will
carry a loan of from SI2OOO to
SI4OOO, This farm has not been on
the market for a long time own
er leaving for the West.
100 acres real good River farm,
about 68 acres river bottom, two
sets of buildings, Highway runs
through the farm, this farm could
be divided with two men that
wants to work, this farm is worth
near S4OOOO, but just now I can
sell it some cheaper, owner nit
able to carry on as it should be,
can arrange good terms on this
68 acres real good upland in fine
state, a nice good new house and
a fine barn, on good hard top
road, water on boih sides of the
farm. $25000. This would make
a reel Dairy farm.
64 acres good almost level farm,
a nice new barn, a small house,
Spring and a large pond, well
fenced and ready to go $16500.
Can get terms on part.
31 acres small farm, 5 room house,
small barn, nice fruit trees, .6
tobacco base, S7OOO. Give the own
ers share of the crops for quick
24 acres, good six room house,
large barn, other outbuildings, all
for -7000. Terms can be arranged
20 acres good laying land, .5 to
bacco base, good 5 room house, a
good barn, for quick sale will let
Til go for $6500. Terms on half of it
6 Yt acres, good house with bath,
one mile out on Highway, some
8 room house with two baths, on
good street S7OOO. Terms can be
arranged on part of it. Some oth
er houses and some nice lota, see
us for fair treatment.
J. T. E. Williams, Jonesboro, Tenn.
Bam H. Purcell, Salesman, ph. 5162
*4.99 $ 4.99 $ 4.99 *4.99
ONE WEEK ONLY
All These Services For Only $4.99
By Factory Trained Mechanics
Check Front End Alignment
Check Tie Rod Ends
Check Steering Geer
Clean Front Wheel Bearings
Repack Front Wheel Bearings With Proper
Clean & Inspect Front Brake Lining
Check Front Brake Cylinder *
Adjust All 4 Brakes
. Adjust Emergency Brake
(ANY PARTS REQUIRED WILL BE EXTRA)
You Always Get The Most For Your
Roberts Auto Sales, Inc.
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Day Phone 236 or 270 Night 761 or 68
ON ASHBV2LLE HIGHWAY 19-E
BURNSVILLE, N. a
THURSDAY FRI DAY SEPTEMBER 20 * 21
“A MAN ALONE”
RAY MILLAND MARY MURPHY
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SATURDAY SEPT. 22nd
'Treasure of Pancho Villa’
RORY CALHOUN SHELLY WINTERS
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY— SEPTEMBER 23, 24, 25
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The Kettles in the Ozarks
MA and PA KETTLE
SHOW BEGINS AT DUSK SUNDAY NIGHTS 8:00 P. M.
ADMISSION ADULTS 60c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Falriano—
sßoo. Less than original price.
Mileage only 5000 miles. Contact
Mary Cummings, Pensacola, N.
C., Cattail Creek. c-un
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20. 1956
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FOR SALE: 1 Goal stove, 1 Duo
therm Oil. Stove, with warm air
circulator, 1 Oak Desk, double
pedestal, good condition, 2
■mall desks. If interested, call