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KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
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THANK YOU
I appreciate the splendid vote ac
corded me in Saturday's Primary. I will
serve North Carolina and the 43rd Dis
trict to the best of my ability.
WILLIAM D. “Biir HARRILL
Traffic Acddents Don't Always
Begin l^ih Squealing Of Brakes
RALEIGH — Many people be
lieve a traffic accidont begiits
with the squealing of brakes as
i two cars rush toward each oth-
I er, followed by a thundering
: crash. Ne.xt thereis a pralongi'd
rattling and tinkling of metai
part s>and broken glass upon the
pavement, then quietness. Final-
I ly, the far-away wail of an ap
proaching siren can be heard.
I Actually, this is tfue only part
I of the time. Occasionially the air
i horn of a train, or the cpai' of
a motorcycle, are heard. But
very ofie-n the only“s‘ounds are
the rear of the engine and the
wiiinco t'TTf&e ns a lone \hicle
speeds along tire highway ■ all
ending abruptly in ' noises of a
crash. Then, notliing. e.xcx'pt per
haps .^•<^ans.. .if the oecupams
are lucky. _
Whyi only the sounds of one
car? Because 66 per centof traf
fic fatalities in North Carolina
last year involved only one mo
tor vehicle—usu.nlly an nutomo-
rile. No pedestrians, no other
motor vehicles, no trains. J'ust
one motor vehicle, and Its occu
pants, rolling along without a
care. Until suddenly, an acci
dent.
' There are many factors behind
these one - car accidents, but,
there’s really nothing new about
these "probably contributing fac
tors.” 'There just seem to, be
more cases. The contributing fac
tors usually turn out to be drink
ing and driving, lack of concen
tration on the full-time job of
driving, the approach of bright
lights, driving too long and too
late, slippery pavement, or ex
cessive speed.
Unfortunately, we can only
tiuess, or learn by painstaking
investigation, what causes many
of these one-car traffic acci
dents.
The, best vyay to elimfftiite
most of these puzzling one-car ad-
cidents. is for; everyone who
drives an automobile to give his
driving th)e same dedication that
he gives his Job. Perhaps even
more, because life itself is dte-
pendent on this care.
While the majority of motor
ists are quite conscientious abbut
their driving, there are some
who think of operating a motor
vehicle as a game to be played,
literally, with death, with other
motorists, and with the law.
But the person who wants to
stay out of trouble on the'high
way can usually , do certain
things to keep from becoming in
volved in a one-car accident, or
other type of highway crash.
First of all, never drive after
drinking. When you take the
w'heel, your ability to see well, to
react rapidly, to think decisively,
become the business of the pa-
lice, of the doctor, or of officials
with even less pleasant tasks to
perform.
You won’t believe it, but even
two bottles of beer can reduce
your vision as much as wearing
dark glasses at night. And, if
you can’t see a tree, a culvert or
a curve clearly fpom a distance,
you might not be able to maneu
ver in time when you get close
enough to make sure. Another
prlecaution, especially with fine
Thursday, June^2, 1966
Egg Quality
Has Beginning
With Bieedei
By DR. G. A. MAR’HN
'Extension Poultry Specialist ...
N. C. State University at Raleigh
Poultry and egg quality begins
before the gathering of eggs or
the first feeding of baby chicks.
It starts with the poultry breed
er.
The contribution made by
weather back, is to avoid driving
too long at one time. We all too
often try to cram too much into
our leisure time. Have you lever
bragged that you drove straight
through, without changing driv
ers, for 600 miles or m'ore? Have
I you ever driven when you felt
) drowsy? Most of us have, at one
time or another. Generally, we’ve
: been lucky. Sometimes luck runs
' out.
Drinking, driving without let-
! up and other fooli.sh factors are
! frequently blended together,
, with tragic results.
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STEAK 99^
W-D U. S. CHOICE Boneless-^Top Round
ROAST “ 99
W-D U. S. CHOICE CUBE
W-D U. S. CHOICE SIRLOIN OR ROUND TIP
09
W-D U. S. CHOICE BONELESS DELMONICO
19
LB.
ROAST “ 99^
W D U S CHOICE E-Z CARVE RIB or BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND
ROAST 89^
W-D U. S. CHOICE BONELESS RIB EYE
LB.
W-D Chopped Frozen (Eight V^-lb. steaks) 50 free stomps sticky on pl^.
3 Limit 1 of your choice with a $5.09-or more order
ASTOR
maxweu house.
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r IB. *
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Limit 1 with $5.00 order or^Kbre.
iW GREMSTAItfS
With this coupon & purchosc ot
lOO-CT.
FONOA 9'INCH
White Plates
VOID AFTEft JUNE ATH
AT TOUII LOCAL WIWW^OIKIE.
, JM GR»1 STAMPS
With this coupon & purchosc of
14-oz.
lanolin pluc
Hair Spray
VOID AFTER JUNE 4TM
AT VOtm LOCAL
MAYONNAISE
PALM
OLEO. .2
, GRADE "A" LARGE PALMETTO FARM
PALMETTO FARM, QURTERS - Limit 4-lbs. with a $5.00 w mor^dw
1-LB.
PKGS.
CHEK CANNED
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SUGAR
JM CtlEEM STAMPS^
With this coupon & purchose of
5-CT REG OR 7-CT INJ.
FERSONNA 9. STAINLE**
Steel Blades
VOID AFTER JUNE 4TH
AT Y«U« tOCAU WINM-OtXlE
M GREW STAi^
With this coupon i purchose ot
three 5-oz.
IMFERtAL CHOPPFO
Steaks
VOID AFTER JUNE 4TM
AT TOUR LOCil.
SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR
CREAM
Half Gals.
JX GREBI STAMPS^
With this coupon & purchose of
TWO 1-LC. PKOC.
TASTE O' SEA
Fish Sticks
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AT TOUR IjOCAk WIWW»OrKtC
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With this coupon & purchose ot
THREE 8-OZ. FKCS.
DIXIELAND PRIDE
Chicken Livers
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AT T»UR LOCAL WIMN-pil«e
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With this coupon & purchose of
2-LB. CUP
SUPERBrANO
Cottage Cheese
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AT TOUR Lne»L RfiMw-eixie
FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
CORK...
EARS
ONLY
GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon & purchosc of
ONE W-D
Baking Hen
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AT t-OCAL WfNW»OiK»C
, ^ GREEN STAJ^.
With this coupon & purchose of
2-LB. PK9-
TRAOBWINOB BREADED
Fantail Shrimp
VOID AFTER JUNE 4TM
With this coupon & purchose ot
5.L». FKO. w o
FAMILV PAK
Ground Beef
VOID AFTER JUNE 4TH
AT .nue LOCAL WIMM.«IXie
-FRESH POLE BEANS
OR
GREEN
BEANS
LBS.
FRESH FROZEN SLICED
Strawberries
FIRM, RIPE . . SLICING
Tomatoes . •
10-oz.
Pkgs.
LBS.
RED RIPE
Watermelons
EACH
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7:00 EACH SATURDAY... WBTV .. CHARLOnE
8:00 EACH SATURDAY. .. WFBC-n GREENVILLE
Get vour free race card each week ot Winn-Dixie No purchcie is necessory. ^ your
roce^card and watch the five televised races each Saturday t. If your horse s number
finishes as indicated on your free card, you are a winner. Veu can wm in any one ot
last W1IK*S
S500. WINNERS.
MRS. SNOWDEN COLI
LAST WSEK*S
STOP. WINNERS
OVER 1,500 POSSIBLE WINNERS UW WEEK!
OVER S13.000 CASH TO BE AWA||DE| WEEm!
FRANCIS F. FULCHER
MRS. HELEN N. REEVES
MRS. JAMES M. SAWYER
SALLIE MADDEN
NELLE L CLARY
ROBRie J. COKER
breeders is an Important as any
that h£L9 been made toward up
grading the quality of poultry
products.
Results of randa.n sample lay
ing tests show that poultry
breeders have been successful in
improving the quality of eggs
produced by popular strains of
layers.
The change is probably best il
lustrated in the California test
where the percentage of leggs
showing defects has been reduc
ed from 11.5 per cent in 1957 to
1.7 per cent in 1965. During this
.same period the average interior
quality has increased by two
Haugh Units (an indicator of in-
tferlor quality) and the average
shell thickness has changed less
than one-tenth of a rhillimeter.
Improvement in egg quality
through breeding presents a
problem because most quality
criteria are adversly / influenced
by^ increased-.^gg prbductian.
Consequently, a* part of the po
tential improvement in &gg qua
lity must be sacrificed if a stea
dy increase in egg production is
to be maintained. During the
five years of the North Carolina
laying test when all feeding and
management programs remained
the same, the average numbci>
of eggs pr pullet increased by
approximately one egg per year,
the average legg size and thick
ness of the egg white remained
unchanged, the average shbll
density improved by one-tenth
of a shell score pier year, and
the eggs containing blood spots
declined about half of a per cent
per year.
Quality improviement in poul
try meat has been more rapid.
Here rapid growth contributes to
better fleshing, improved tender
ness and reduced cost of produc
tion.
About 15 yars ago wax models
of an "idealized broiler carcass’
were produced to provide a goa'
for improyement. With the in
centive of contests and a modei
for improvement, the dresset
product had exceeded the idealiz
ed model within five years. The
Maine broiler test results have
shown that the 1965 broiler,
were larger atsix weeks of age
than the 1956 broilers were at
eight weeks of age. The youngei
bird is more tender, has a high
er perentage of meat, and costs
less to produce.
The benefits of improved egg
and meat quality have reachoc;
the consumer at reduced cost;
because efficiency of conversion
of poultry feed tij- human food
has been improved concurrently
with product quality. The incre
ments of improvement are in
creasingly difficult to obtain, but
breeders are constantly exert
ing more effort to improvei.T.ent
of quality. Consequently, the
consumer can expect that the
quality of eggs and poultry meat
will reach new heights in the
years ahead.
Ticdlic Sfa
Signs Of
RALEIGH — North Carolina
streets and highways are lined
today with traffic signs and sig
nals. And you’d better believe
them.
Watching for traffic signs ond
knowing what they mean can be
the difference between life and
death in a traffic situation.
You’d better believe it when a
STOP sign calls for a stop. And
you’d 'better believe it when a
YIELD sign instructs your lane
of traffic to yield the right of
way. It means that you must
yield the right of way to all traf
fic.
You’d better believe it when
1 freeway destination sign shows
he way to turn or the lane to
ake. Points of the ^ to.rpass
don’t rule. The signs do.
And you’d better bfelieve it
when speed control signs call
for speeds to be held under a
certain maximum—for ideal >con-
ditions.
Yes, when you see a traffic
control sign on a highway, you’d
better believe it and understand
it. And you’d better keep a sharp
eye open for all the traffic con
trol signs along the streets and
highways, because, truly, they
ire SIGNS OF LIFE.
NOTICE
We, The undersigned havte a
storage lien against a 1957 Ramb
ler, bearing a license number of
UH-9042, registered owner is un
known.
Storage chargips of $30.00.
We hereby demand that full
payment be made.
If payment in full is not made
by June 23, 1966, the above des-
'ribed vehiclie will be sold, at pub
lic auction at Victory Chevrolet
Company, Kings Mountain, N. C.,
t 12:00 noon on that date.
Signed,
Victory Chevrolet Company-
By C. E. Dixon
5:26—6:2
C. E. WARLICK
INSURANCE
AGENCY
Insuiance
Protection
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Council of the City of Kings
Moimtain, North Carolina, will
on Tuesday, June 14, 1966, at its
regular monthly meeting, at the
Kings Mountain City Hall con
sider the petition of Sadie Cotton
Mills Company to close such por
tions of East Gold Avenue, Sadie
Loop, and Kiser Street as will
appear from said petition, to
which reference is hereby made.
Joe H. McDaniel, Jr.
Clerk
5:19—6:9
Business
Auto .
Home
Dior 739-36:2
110 W. Mountain SL
4:23-t£n
MY SINCERE
Appreciation
To the voters of Cleveland Coun
ty who so generously supported
me in the recent primary, I am
sincerely grateful. Your expres
sion of confidence gives me a re
newed sense of humility and de
termination to carry out my du
ties as your Sheriff to the b^t of
my ability.
I. HAYWOOD ALLEN
Thors
    

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