North Carolina Newspapers

    1966
Thursday, November 3, 1966
KINGS MOPNTAW^WERALD. KINGS F^UNTAIN.tN. C.
Al^P Cares... About You!
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New Prizes • Mor!e Winners
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• New Game Cards
NORGE Family Sia
UPRIGHT
FREEZER
Think of all the savlncs yDuH
enjoy oh your weekly food budg*
et when they announce you the
winner of this handsome Norge
family size Upright Freezerl
WIN
EMERSON
COLOR TV ri
AND STAND *
This Is your chance to win this
handsome Emerson Color TV
and stand for your family’s eiw
Joymentl
EMERSON CONSOLE
STEREO HI-FI i
Not one but four lucky winners
each week! Just imegine the
excitement when they announce
you winner of this beautiful
Console Stereo Hi-FII
HOW TO PLAY 3 OF-A-KIND USE BLUE AND GREEN PLAYING CARDS ONLY
Get a 3-Ot-A-Kind concealed playing card ticket, available upon
reoucst at end of ony check lone ot ony of our stores or ot store
office. No purchase necessary to participate. Only one ticket per
adult per store visit.
Punch out the center to separate ond reveal TWO (Blue-Green)
ploying cords. Match playing cords and insert into die-cut space
Wherfyou^ovo (notched any set ot three cords, for example, 8 of
Clubs 8 of Diamonds, 8 of Spades, you hove won a cosh prize.
Immediately take your winning cord to our store. After winning
cord is verified vou will receive your CASH prize from the store
nnllfSne cosh prize per cord but winners will be given o new master
cord so you con keep playing 3.0f-A-Klnd. All cards and tickets
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void if altered or defaced. Offer expires IS days after end of gome
is announced in our store ads. . z ' v .
If your card shows You Win- a product—^you may hninediately
trade it in for the octuol product FREE ot our store, x < |
Employees of our Company, Its advertising agency ortd methbeie
of their families ineligible. (Some it void where prohibited I
We reserve the right to correct any error or -errors in any prirttM i
material in conjunction with this gorhe, Ahe the rjght to reJeef-aMy j
gome material not obtoined through tegitinxite enennelt. j
HOW TO WIN FA8UL0US SWIKMTAKIS FRIZIS :;- j
After you punch out your ploying cord ticket, fill out and detach 'your >
official sweepstakes entry blank. Deposit entry at eur store to be eligible 1
for fabulous sweepstakes priaes. •
I-M-P-O-R-T-A-N-T N-0-T4«C-E
3-OF-A-KIND game (I) using red & black
CARDS CLOSED SATURDAY, OCTOBiR ZDiih
PLEASE TURN IN ALL WINNING GAME
CARDS BEFORE MONDAY, NOVEMBER^lAfli.
r :~A&P LOCATED TO SERVE YOU AT:'
401 South Battleground:
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Kings Mountain, N. C..
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Come Shop—
hold a reeftrd position, the et’on-
omist says mHls are exp«\ted
to encounter considerable diffi
culty in obtaining long staple
qualities of uplahdcojton. "Mod
ern manufacturinf^^ technology,
high labor cost and new finish-
es and treatments create de
mands * for longer staple cot
ton.”
Brooks says long staple grades
could even be in short supply
before the 1967 crop is pro
duced and marketed. “Only 26
per cent of the total supply in
the United States on October
1, 1966 had a staple length of
onel and one-sixteenth inches and
longer, cornpared to a 42 per
cent level on October 1, 1965.
Market prices are expected to
be good throughout the winter
months for cotton one and one-
sixteenth inches and longer with
* lion. The value of'apparel'and: jug 1966-67 to ^lightly more a micronaire reading from 3.5
household" goods -^mUriufactured j than the 9.5 million bales used j to 4.9 and a fiber strength
by North Caro'ifna- iflills this! last year.” [above 80,000, the economist re-
Although ' carryover stocks I lates.
State^li^e'
FavoUflBekekf
The Nickels' .'KnowzHow
program, to be voted on by farm
families bn ■NdV."22,j has .re
ceived the-ehthusi^stic q^dbrse-
ment of two'majot fbthier or
ganizations 'ta the I stat^ /
In offidal stdlementsi ■ B. C.
Mangum, ofJlHe G.
Fann iBu^eau, "and Mrs: ,Harry
Caldwell, master/of ihb N. C.
State Grange, hbye <fhrbwn the
full suppqn of ’ tlieir- OTganiza-
tions behind the .^Nickbls! assess
ment program, i 1 •
, Nickels. foi' Kjniow, ^ How is
a unique North-Carolipa'assess-^
ment plan whicb cbl^bctfe a nic
kel for eqCh ton, f^<i: oi' /er-
tilizer bo^^ht -.by, the. Jfarmer.
The funds' 'are Vto jsupport
agricultural, re^OGieh, ahd teach -
ing at North '‘Cftt'.ollna 'Stjate Uni
versity. ' 1 I
The proi^rajh .'was.'.begun,.,in
1951 and is'voted'on every three
years by users of feed.,a'nd^ier-
'tniz&r. The, T^Jir-Btrnrat^a^'- foTimvmrsa^Wes'were
Cotton Pr^uction On Ou Faim
Is; "Poorb^; Consumption Great
Cijitton ' produetio^^Mpn North i year amounts to an additional
Carblina farms is-ltifet^rning the [$160 million. ,
“pobrboy” among tl^;i?ash crops, i While cotton manufacturing is
but' consumption ja „as great as big in North Carolina, nrrill con-
that of any other state: sumption of cotton in' the Unitesd
N'prth Carolina x;^tton mills States increased slightly to .a-
use; an • estimated:--30 per cent bout 9 5 million bales in 1965-
of the country’s totj^.unilization, (16 - compared to 9.2 million
according'to Dr. Brooks, bales in 1964-65 and 8,6 million
extension marketing economist in 1963-64.
at Nortii Carolina*State Univers Increased demaWdS^frpm ,ci-
ity.' South Carolina/ mills use vilians and military personnel
sonje 30 per c-eht; 'Georgia mills for cotton products, combined
use; 30 per cent; rk-jk* Alabama with reduced prices for raw cot-
mills use 10 per ceftl./: ton, are credited with the up-
Tar Heel te.xtile'hbills used cot- ward trend toward greater cot
ton valued at an estimated $400 ton usage, points out Hrooks. -
million in 196.t to -produce pro- j "Domestic consumption of cot-
ducts valued at al^ut $780 mil-, ton is expected to • increase dur
the Grange, have ^ Supported
program ;in 'each. .Cfii«’endUTh.
. In reafthTYflfigthe Grange’i
support iNidkrts.'^br KnoW:-
How, Mrs.'’" CAlc^jpil- said, “We
Routine Cubirt
Session Monday
handed down duriii'g. a routine
court session Monday afternoon.
AndrciW W. Adapis, ,28, 140.5
Grover Road, improj^r license
j plate,, 30 days. su$|>ended upon
pledge oui;^wh.dfertg^n^^ 1 payment of th* court costs
thusiastic siippjqrt, in, helping, tb ^ v .
carry fdI:^»iat•dfthis' progranj
which ' has St^facted _ the - atten
tion of fAVfh*‘ i^ople^ in
other areas',Vf.',tTie'cpuntry . ...
Grange nn^ipberjs, ,Uke tl>is, §elf-
help progranj '
Mrs. Caldwell 'sajd that dele
gates to the. pnnqsl! Grange ses
sion on pet... 15 “pledged ,their
continued-'of, I^.Cjtels for
Know • ’
The Farm- Birbtiu ‘ has' given
an equallx.'.pnthPSitt^Q. iWdiirse-
ment. “Fanjipr{i.:are.. g<fttjng out
of Nickels . for- jknow,,-- ..How
much more'l’th'ap ,fljey ei'eV,pit
ting into .i't”: couYnented Man-,
gum. “Thp ‘.suegessj. bi ";the. ,pi*p/,
gram waves like' a'-bantier pro-,'
claiming tfuf‘ "farmerU'- ineje'pend-
ent spirit" and hw
tion to help ."hImseM,” .h^ addedj.
“Doubtless^"this h^s beefi epn-
sidered by .jnan'y,, ^a lE^gislatbr
pondering his vote on ah,agri
cultural apprbpriaijons ^meas'urb.
And many;, of these la;)^akers,
were probably mav^ , to , i^elp
thbse whp 'help ‘ Aepiselvqs *’ r.,,"
The Farm Bijreau, 7-hrbs1deDt
explained -that, (‘This-ia a- value
of the pro^ani which".cannot’be.
adequately .guaged.- And it could
Gary Guyton. 24,.1Q3. Carpen-,
tor: Street, worthless .check, .30
days suspended -upon the pay
ment of the costs. • \ “
Edward D. Russ,.20, 307 Blan
ton Street, non support, not guil
ty. • • . . •
Gary. W. Ledbetter,. 17, 304
York Road,' exceeding- a safe
speed, 30 days- suspended upon
the payment of a -$10 fine and
the costs, ■
s Jackie R. Yarborough,.. 18,-lOS
South Carpenter Street; reckless
.driving,- 30 days suspended upon
the payment of a fme and
•the costs. •
Buba Wade,. .68,., East .Ridge
Street,' assault with - a. deadly,
weapon, six months .suspended
up<in the payment .of a $20 fine
and .the costs.
ftoscoe .McGill,..22, West King
Street,, assault with a deadly
weapon, six months suspended
upon the payment Qf,a $20 fine
.and the costs.. . i
. Submissions included;.
Bobby Perkins,. 29, Route 1,
.disposing of mortgaged pro,perty,
couit costs. .
..Marvin Roberts. 29j 322 North
•iWatterson Street, failure to yield
be one more point in favor ’;of- right of way, half costs.
an overwhelming' epdorsement-/
of Nickels.'- for Know. '•* How oh
Nov. 22.’,’- h
, .Elden . E. Lockridge, 31, 713
GrOnt Street, parking meter vio-
/ t ticket ..and half c-osts.
i
.-Jd Anniversary
S-A-L-E
S-A-L-E
This Week’s Special
Raincoats
88
Petites
Misses
Large Sizes
12
Reg,
M4.99
Reg. $19.99
Zip-Outs ^17®®
Catos
Ford-No.l in sales
in the CaroUnas!
Here
The’67 Fords are here!
They're the host Fords ever. New, even ‘•.
quieter big Fords. Longer, 'sportier, '
stance Mustangs. PerfOrmance-pninded fj^rlanes.
New luxury-designed Falcons. All-nevy,j^-etegant
Thunderbirds-now with a four-door mc^. Come in
and test-drive a '67. You'll see Why .*"
•Carolina lastill Ford Country!
67 Ford Galaxie 500/XL
2-Door Hardtop
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L MOTOR CO., INC.
910 SHELBY ROAD
BOX 346
KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C#
    

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