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THE YANCEY JOURNAL SEPTEMBER 23, 1976
__ Mandatory Big Game Tagging This Season
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Wildlife Resources Commis
si sion might put complete big
game kiU information to use in
managing North Carolina’s
deer herd. The state’s deer
herd is larger now than ever
before estimated at around
400,000 animals and expand
er, ing rapidly. When the com
0$ plete statewide deer kill
information at the
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Having qualified as Ad
ministrator of’ the estate of
Thomas H.' Harris of Yancey
County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said Thomas H- Harris to
present them to the under
signed within 6 rrtonths from
date of the publication of this
rtotice or same will be pleaded
in bar their recovery. All
persons indebted to said
estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 14th day of
September, 1976.
Harold L. Harris, Route 6,
Burnsville. N.C.
5ept.23,30, Oct. 7,14 pd
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE. ‘
DIVI
SION
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Having qualified as Ad
ministrator of the estate of
Jimmy Lee Wilson of Yancey
County. North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said Jimmy Lee Wilson to
present them to the under
signed within 6 months from
date of the publication of this
notice or same will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said
estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 17th day of
September, 1976.
Wayne Wilson, Route 3,
Burnsville, N.C.
5ept.23,30, Oct 7,14 pd
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
NOTICE OF THE
GENERAL ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV
EN PURSUANT TO G.S.
163-33 (8), the registration
books will close on Monday,
October 4, 1976 at 6:00 p.m.
for the General Election to be
held in Yancey County on
Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
The following offices will be
submitted to the voters:
President and Vice-President
Member of Congress
Governor
Lieutenant Governor and
Council of State
Justices and Judges
District Court Judge, 24th
. Judicial District (1 seat)
State Senate, 26th District (2
seats)
State House of Representa
. tives, 41st District (1 seat)
Chairman of Board of County
Commissioners
Members of Board of County
Commissioners (2 seats)
Soil Conservation District
Supervisor
Register of Deeds
The requirements for vo
ter registration is 18 years of
age by November 2, 1976 and
30 days residency. Polls will
be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30
p.m. on November 2, 1976.
A person may register at
the office of the Yancey
County Board of Elections,
Yancey County Courthouse,
Burnsville, N.C. Monday.
Wednesday and Friday from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or at
the home of the precinct
Registrar or Judge by ap
pointment.
Any person who will be
put of town may vote by
Absentee ballot. Any person
who is physically unable to go
to the polls occurring prior to
6:00 p-m. on Wednesday
before the General Election
may vote by absentee ballot.
'Applications for absentee
battots will be accepted by the
Yancey County Board of
Elections office commencing
Sunday, October 3, 1976 and'
ending at 6:00 p.m. Wednes
day. October 27, 1976.
Janice B. Boone, Chair
man, Yancey County Board of
September 16,23,30,1976 ch
Wildlife Resources Commis
-5 sion office in Raleigh, the
i results will be carefully
i studied. As these results are
r received from v year to year,
: they will be jjompared and
I certain trends ip deer popula
tions in different parts of the
state can be established.
I In local areas where
populations have dramatically
increased pr decreased. Wild
life Resources Commission
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personnel will conduct field
studies. After inspecting all
available data, the Commis
sion will recommend certain
measures to correct the
situations. In cases of high
populations, longer hunting
seasons and/or either sex
seasons might have to be
enacted tp cohfrol tWe growing
herd. In * areas where it is
evident that the population is
on the decline, shortening of
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the hunting season or even
closure of the season in
extreme cases.
The success of the tagging
and repotting system lies with
you, the sportsman. With
your corporation, our deer,
bear, boar, gnd wild turkey
populations can be better
managed to maintain maxi
mum numbers, with an
annual surplus available for
harvest fry, sport hunters.
Wildlife Ccoperator
Agents in Yancey County are
Woodrow Ballew Store, High
way 80, Busick; Dellinger &
Silvers Store, Highway 80,
Micaville; 8.8. Wilson Store,
Pensacola; Clayton Whitson
Store, Relief; Quinton Hig
gins Three Way Service,
Relief; and Phillips Texaco in
Burnsville.
Wildlife Cooperdtor
Agents in Mitchell County
include Homers Hardware &
Auto Parts in Bakersville;
Hickey’s Supermarket in
Spruce Pine; Briscoe Peterson
Store in Poplar and Phin '
Peterson Store, Relief.
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Dividend I
Declared I
Directors of the First-
Citizens Bank & Trust Com
pany, meeting in Raleigh,
declared a regular quarterly
dividend of $1,25 per share on
common stobk. The dividend
is payable January ,4, 1977, to
shareholder of record De
cember 13, T 976.
Budget
Aid Here
• “ Are you out of work? Do
you live on a fixed income?
We may be able to help. If y° u
live in Yancey County and
have problems stretching
your money to purchase food,
call 682-6305 or visit the Food
Stamp Office at the Yancey
County Courthouse.
    

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