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WKD.. MAY 9. 1962 TIIK TABOR CITY TRIBUNK I'AOI!
AD RATES
Minimum charge — $1.00 for one inner lion up tu
»ne inch in depth. GOe for each successive insertion
of the same ad. A charge of four cents a word ΛνϊΙΙ
be made for all ads exceeding one inch.
CALL 2321
Rates For Display Advertising Will be Furnbhed
On Request.
BUY
AND
SELL
WITH
CLASSIFIEDS
WANT TO RENT Urge thr«e
bedroom house in Loris
Tubor City ίιΓί·«. Dial l.oris
«57«Hi9l between 8 a. m.-ii
μ. m. (tie*
QUALITY LUGGAGE SMART
styles. Sturdy, tight-fitting
tongue-and-groove construc
tion makes it motn, dirt and
dust-proof. See our display
today. Priiice Bros. Furniture
Co.
FOR SALE — Krickhome on
corner lot, landscaped. C bed
rooms, 2 baths, dining room,
living room, kitchen, den,
large screen porch, already
ununced. Small down pay
ment, see E. L. Herring, C>
< perative Savings & Loa-i
Assoc., Tabor City, N. C.
(ITC)
FOR RKNT — House Trailer. 2
bedrooms completely furn
ished contact Robert Cox. at
McGougan EleUric or call
4831. Tabor City, N. C. (tf)
PERSONALIZED ROOK MAT
CHES. Have your own mes- ■
-"«e imprinted at iow cost.
High quality, made by Sup
erior Match Co. Tabor City
Tribune. Indf.
FARMERS ASSIGNED R I S Κ J
$10.00 up down Assigned I
Ri>k Insurance. We spend
full time on AR finding way ; j
to save you time and money.
Protective Agency. White-1
ville. Μ12-4648. Indf. |
FOR SALE: Your choice! j
Smith-Corona or Victor Cash,
Registers. On either we can j
make you a real bargain. |
Why not stop in and ask
about them? Or, if you pro- I
fer, simply call 2321, The.
T'ibor City Tribune.
FREE — A New Pair of Shoes.;
When you purchase 12 pairs'
of kather shoes at regular]
price, you are entitled to th·.·
13th pair free. Bas-jd on av
erage price of the first 12
pairs. At least two pairs per
year must be purchased. Wc
keep the record for you. AsK
about this Lucky 13 Club at
Ruey's Clothing Store, Tabor
City. (tf)
FOR YOUR WELL DRILLING
NEEDS, See Ε. E. Wright,
i'lione 2ß81 or 3086, Tabor
City. Wells pumped iree of
sand at no additional charge.
Wells Guaranteed. (tfc)
I
NOTICE TO ALL LADIES —1
We can match any color I
<v useholri paint. Inside, out- I
tide enamel, flat, rubber |
fase, or semi-gloss. We have ι
> luiiiii iiuiciiinc that mak«.'S
tunny more colors than tue
human eye can see. Remem
ber, you can always match
vonr color with the highest
quality paint nt Townsend
Guilders, Inc., Whiteville. ind
NO MATTER WHERE YOU
live, you can enjoy the all
weather dependability ο f
Sun gas. Safe, clean, effici
ent. Get our prices on com
pletely installed systems
Wright's Gas & Furn. Co.
Inilf.
8TEN OCIRAPHER NOTE*
BOOKS. We hav*· them for
just 35c each. Tabor City
-iribune. Indf.
r OR SALE—One 14 Foot Boat,
Harbour, with Fiber Glass
bottom, 35 HP Johnson out
Ixnrd motor with trailer.
Complete, ready to go. phone
day 341-6, night 4436 or
come by Davis Jewelers, Ta
boi City, N. C. (12c)
SALESMEN WANTED. You
«an earn a steady substanti
al income supplying con
sumers with Rawleigh Pro
ducts in West Columbus Co
unty. Full or part time. Let
us help you get started.
Write Rawleigh, Dept. NCE
241-859, Richmond. Va.
May 2,9,10,23,30pd.
! Fruits, Vegetable
ntesl Meld
I
Hv·* « ifferent Iriiit and ve
ritable demons! rations v.*« κ
presented Saturday muri.in;;.
April 2B. in the kitchen of tin·
:igricultur;d building by six 4
1» club girls Mum county club
in th«· county. These girls dem
onstrated their skiIIs in pu
pating tinits and vegetable.; in
many interesting :uid diffeivui
eishes. They ;iIm> display· Μ a
very hj<mhI kow ledge of tlu· nu
tritional value nf fruits u:rl
vegetables. Winners in the %■<·:ι
Ust were Judy Curric and Lin
da Burroughs lr>m Lebanon
who presented a t-.-ain den.ui
stration using sweet pot at.»-.
Palsy Evans from Western
l'rong won lirsl , la.o in Sho
individuals demon.(ration will
I.er congealed salad. Cither:,
placing in the contest were
Rebecca Bowen ;ϊ·<·ιη Misliop
Springs, second place: Patrii i.i
White from North White* ill«.·
4-11, third place; and Caivl
Brann trom New Hope, ton.* th
place.
CLARENCE II. HOUSAND
NORFOLK. Va. — Clarence
II. Housand, boilerman fir« -
mj»n. USN*. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alton Housand *>f Route 4,
Lor is. is serving aboard the
radar picket destroyer USS
Bycss. observed by President
Johl. F. Kennedy during a
twi -day visit on April 13 and
14 to the· Atlantic Fleet in
Norfolk. Va.
Following th.· Presidential
visi«, the destroyer headed for
Vieques. Puerto Rico. ι„ ι
pait in a three-week join*
Navy-Marine Corps manenve.
involving more than 40,000
sailors and Marines aboard
some H3 Atlantic Fleet ships to
be climaxed with an assi !t
on Vieques.
After a brief cruise ii. >·
fleet ballistic missile suIm.jv
uie CSS Thomas A. Edisor, t .v;
1'ivsidintial party boarduct ·η·
tactical command ship USS
Northampton to observe night
air operations l>y the attack
aircraft carrier USS Enter
prise and USS Forrestal.
The next morning, the Pres
ident received full Honors in
a review of the Second Fleet,
and. following an anti-subrriar
•ne warfare exercise and an
aerial firepower demonstration
by the Enterprise and Forred
2il. his party observed amphib
ious assault landings using
both landing craft and ne«i
copttrs at Onslow Beach, N. C.
S $ LADIES $ $—Beauty is our
business. Why not make it
yours? An excellent earning
opportunity for women who
qualify. Sell a produce un
conditionally guaranteed and
advertised. Yes. it's "Avon
Calling" for women who
want to earn. For informa
tion, write Mrs. Pauline
Culbreth, Box 192. Wilming
ton. N. C., giving directions
to your home and Telephone
number. (ITC)
FOR RENT — ft room block
house with lights and water.
2 miles from Tabor City.
Contact Mrs. J. K. Mills,
'labor City, phone 2606.
(tfc)
FOR SAI.E — Five room house
with 160 foot frontage in
Tabor City. Call 2496. Tab
oi City, or contact Harold
Mux. (tf)
CASH REGISTER^ PAPER. We
are authorized dealers for
National Cash Register paper,
and keep in stock sizes N.
44. 3F and 7X. Call us when
you need these or other
sizes of National paper.
Indf.
WE SELL Smith torona and
Victor Adding Machines. Al
so Smith Corona Typewrit
ers. Tabor City Tribune.
Indf.
ASSIGN Ε Π RISK INSUR
ANCE—$10.00 up down get J
Assigned Risk fast FS-1.
People flock here from all
over Columbus, save time
and money. MI2-4648 Pro
tective Agency, Whiteville
Indf.
> TRL'STtE'S SALE
I My vi'tuc of authority c«»m
| I: in» I in a certain dcf-l o!
tin t from Jana.*· il. Mct'umb
. I'«.- .HI Wit·, iv.itie li. vl··
Cumljit·, uated December li?,
; iyei, rtcoi ied in Book »1
[tagi 284, (lefiuit huveintt been
lead· in I·« piiymiiit of tin- ιιι
«•» l.t» «iiies.; thereby sci'iiinl, I
.'•i.l *>n Moiniay, June 4. 1 !>«>!*.
;.l 12 «.'clock M. at the '"•.iir·
; 1 Ulli so Do«.!· in Whilwill··. K.
j ulft-r t«.··' sale ..t public illic
it nn, to ttii* Isighist bidder for
. a· I·, ?ίιι· following lands:
! El e ( i Ii ii i η κ at l.uiher
I ('uiiiiilirll's su nth west rurai-i*
j in ili>* cenlt-r of :i lid-liinl
r >.iii that teaos off south
iviny from Γ. S. Highway
No. 101. by tlif Tahor ( if y
. V. F. W. Hut (liii'. poi r
j t"-in>· .1. F. Harr· I soli's corn
er»: πιn:<in·; Ihnirf at rialit
I ancles to siiil first mention
i I'limal easlwardly 105 feet;
tliinc·· northwardly parallel
! wilh th<· I n si iii"iitiiinc(l road
j ICO feet; (liciinr westward! ν
I para llrl with ihr lirst lin.*
, an*l at rieht angles to sii-l
j road Ιΐ,ϊ fret to the een't.·
I cf sai.i road; Ihcnce with ihs·
rrntcr of saiii 3C-foot r«ia«l
j southwardly 100 feet to th··
! her inning. Said lot fronts 1011
fert on said street and runs
I5!l feet dre|i In.in the east
ί Pi'te of said .10-loot street,
ι Heine same as conveyed l»y
ι Peoples Savings rnd Ldjc
Association of Whilevillc tu
I Jume-ί II. MeC'umbe" ind
wile by deeil uated December
IX. 1961.
I
This sale will be made sub
ject to all outstanding and un
paid taxes.
This 3·"(i day of I\...y 1}K>2.
F. ivl. Smith
Trustee
• Proctor and Pro tor. Attorneys
1 May»-16-23-3»
\t>MlNlSTR.\TOR NOTICE
' 'Π··. undersigned, l· a ν i n (i
ι CiUalilie-d as Administrator of
the Estate <>f A. C. Harrelson,
l.t'e ef Columbus County, this
is to notify ail persons having
■ against said estate to
present them to the undersign
uhi on or Κ· fore April 20. Ι9βΛ
J or tnis notice will be pleaded
I J·; bar of their recovery. All
pe'yoiis indi'bted to said estat··
•v;!l please make payment t >
il'.e undersigned.
'Ibis the 20th «lay of April,
1 I« »..
CJ. C. Harrelson.
Administrator «>1'
the Estate of A. C.
Han el.son
Γ,. F. McGougan, Jr.
Attorney
Ma> 2.9.1(5.23
The export market is espi <·
i.iMy important to North Caro
lin*: for tobacco, tot ton, soy
beans and poultry products.
About one-third of the flue
cured tobacco produced in
North Carolina is exported.
The European Common Mar
ket countries and the nations
in the European Free Trade
n.nmally receive To to 75 pev
cent of the unmanufactured to
bj»cco exported from the U. S.
Development of the atomic
peanut at North Carolina Stat··
College is the first improve
ment of .ι living tiling through
.itomie research in the U. S.
I Fifty-four million people live
ι in rural areas in the U. S.
WHEN CONTEMPLATING
VOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE
BE SURE TO SEE AN
INVESTMENT PROFESSIONAL
George Gornto
601 Mtirchisnn Bldi!
Wilmington. N. t\
Telephone 763-6638
INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Distributors of MUTUAL FUNDS
Prospectuses on Request
B. C. MORTON t CO.
NOTICE
CUBE ICE
FOR SALE
BY THE BAG
Or Come In And Fill
Your Ice Box Or Water
Jug.
D & Ρ
Esso Service
WASHING. POLISHING
AND GREASING
a*. a ι ΚI §1 m ■ \ L
Fairmont Firm Produces
Globes For World's Fair
Winn (ion«.uil Elect ι ic want
ed specially - UesiKiied light
jdi-b» : I<.i the Avenue· of the
vVmIos at the Seattle World's
r.ir. it turned to a Falrmo.'i
ill I■ I lor help.
(iE handed lli< project t<·
;■ ι i.i· i.' Product.' ('oiiipany
Ι ι' i'.f hi »mniviidation <>l ■
jl«;i.!in.v |)lii.stics material inan
eiactuier that was tainiliar
with the type· work the· local ·
linn cijuld do.
The· product winded was .1 j
1t -ο It-diameter globe which
vm.i.IiI serve· as 1 giant li^ht
bulb when nil e*lcctrie light
was placetl inside* . ,
i :.·«·ιι. Ilciir.v MoKe'e», deslgn
• » and part-owner oi Fairmont 1
Products, came up with an an- j
<\ver In GE's problem. 1
ι Ί he· SMi plastic globes, form- j
Jed hi two separate pieces and!
liiien lastened together, were!
I·!· ne'd over to General Elec-j
trie in short order and, bi - j
• JMise of the tight schedule,i
'.«·» re down to the· West C'iM.;t j
tor installation before· the· op- I
*-■·:'Uli ol the· Fair.
The story of the 'ight globes.
11. hut one of num./ interesting
facets of activities .it Fairmont
I'π-ducts Co., whi«.h is owned
11·«111.. 2 ly by M·. Kee\ A. A. Fow!
j 1 r. Sr., and A. A. Fowler, Jr.
·· auuiont Products began op
erations in a modest way four
years ago as a manufacturer
and retailer of plastic signs
.i'ti li tt· is in a limited local
:ioM. Fiis-t i'.rius used in tii.i
work wort· hand carved by Mt
!>'«·.
r.xpcriuvntitig with various
ii··. thod.s of making their sinus.
:>.< tiiin developed a terming
;.:a>'liiiK· Uli which it holds a
iitMi patent and which i"
hr-aded toward nation - wide ι
{'istrihution.
With developrmnt of th·» 1
iiir.chine. known as the Fair- |
way, Fairmont Products turn- j
id most of its activities to pro- ι
'iming and .selling the mach- j
■ κ. and has a full-time sales'
LKKOY ΙΛΚΤΚΕΤΤ
Leroy Cartrett. 52. farmer of
Rt. 1, Loris. S. C.. died Friday
afternoon. A native of Horry
County, he was a son of '.he
late Frank C. and Makie Fowl
er Cartrett. Funeral services
were held Sunday at 3 p. ni.
.it lmnan Funeral Home, Tab
or City, by the Rev. Lonr.ie
L.rown. Interment followed in
Forest Lawn Cemetery. Cai\
ntte is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Retha Bell Sellers Cart
rttle; two sons, David Henry,
U. S. Army F.t Gordon. Ca.,
ami Billy of High Point: three
daughters, Mrs. Home Powell,
High Point, Misses Judy and
Alice Cartrett of the home; his
stepmother. Mrs. Frank Cart
.ett. Rt. 1, Loris, S. C.; »hrec
half-brothers Greeley, Luther
und Sampson Powell, Tabor
L'ity; four half-sisters, Mrs.
Bessie Fowler, Mrs. Sammie
Strickland. Mrs. Carl Hardy,
Tabor City, and Mrs. Arthur
l.ee Norris, Dade City, Fla.;
and three grandchildren.
Research has brought about
changes in shrimp fishing re
gulations which have increas
ed income of North Carolina
shrimp fishermen by at leas',
four million dollars in the past
tight years.
Cattle production is becom
ing a systematic procedure re
quiring equipment for a wide
range of tests; The rate of gain
in pounds, beef produced per
pound of feed, weight of mark
etable carcass, per cent of high
and low priced cuts per car
cass. tenderness, juiciness and
flavor of the meat as well as
vitamin retention.
n.unager on the road.
ι tit machine has beeil sohl
in 13 states, and a number οΐ
,ι.(juries have been received
from foreign concerns interest- >
«·α lit tlie Fairway.
To avoid competing with its '
machine customer?:, the film
has since discontinued selling
sit·!!.» and letters, 01·' stili oooi
u ntract work on vari a. pla -
ne items . ;|
At present, the Ιοιν.ι outfi*. j
is in;.ss producing a splarn j
snie'd for use by dentists ϊ·ι 11
'•voik. The shield is being made |
t'<>li.«hing dentures und other j
for and is distributed by Witt
Laboratories of Luinberton. |
Fairmont Products has eiglit
full-time employees, occasion
ally employs part-time work
ers tor help in assembly worn.
•'J"d sees expansion possibilit
ies. in the near future as de- |
manci grows for its machine.,
and products.
J
Farmers are link«·«! to the
iL'ini l,y a I'.t.j: t!· ritii;'«· - in.t
ijy «.«>1 i i.s and cents.
I'lit-y «.flu» in«i«um· tin it t.ut-·'
;llt de.spitf lnWU' |#t i* *«: ill .1 ·
OliOiy «ltoft »U Jit.iy 111 bus«-!'
ι «.·.·-.s.
'Π·< ( iriff itructurvs rectjn
y t staljlishetl Ijv ilu· European
•;ii).'iuiii MarKtl piuvkit· lor 3
iiii.iiiium t.iiitl οι 13.2 per
ctit ;.iu1 a uiuMHiiim tariff of
. . C lit.-. |Ι· Γ I'tid.
COLLIER'S
Best
Quality
Jewelry
At
Reasonable
Prices
"Whiteville's Leading Jewelers
Aid Silversmiths"
ELECTRICAL,
PLUMBING,
HEATING,
•od
Air-Conditioning
Contracting
tier. Motor Repair
Ivphoon Heat Pump
Frigidaire
Appliance·
Complete Service
Dept & Parts
McGougan
ι Electric Co.
OUT-DATED..
but who knows itl
Like an old car, yoar insur
ance program can become
out-dated, too. But while an
old car shows its obsolescence,
it takes study and review to
uncover out-dated insurance.
l)ocs your program incorpor
ate the many recent insurance
improvements which make
possible superior, more eco
nomical protection? If not,
you'd do well to see us for a
complete protection review.
Insurance Agency
Tabor city, N. C.
Representing
Hartford Fir·
Insurance Company
Member Hartford
Insurance Ο roup,
Hartford 15, Conn.
WE
RECAP
FOREIGN &
COMPACT CAR
nas
DICUS
FIRESTONE
—Tabor City—
OSO £2.
Wrecker
rsew
Da ν Night
Phone No. 7981
&761 5272
—Texaco Product·
•Gas »Oll «Labrlcatlo»
—Washing, Polishing
—All Major and
Minor Repairs
—Complete Radiator
Service
Nrw and Ι'·Η
AUTO SERVICE
G&G
TABOR CITY
ALL THE NEWEST I
ARMSTRONG
FLOORS and
WALLS
Installrd at
moderate prices
a LINOLEUM
a ASPHALT TILE
a EXCELON PLASTIC
TILE
. COKLON PLASTIC
FLOOR
a LINOTILE
m RCBBF.R TIL*
. QUAVER Rlu^ and
FLOOiv T-ovvring
W. F. Cox Co.
TABOR CITY. N. C.
Phon* Güll
Baldwin Studio
Photogr a pher s
Portrait — Wedding
Whiteville, N. C.
z&v/Gillette
Adjustable Razor
S Settings for Superb Shave*!
Helps Heal And Cleat
Itchy Skin Rash!
Temo— liquid or ointment--a doc
tor's antiseptic, promptly relieves
itching, stops _ scratching and so
es. ]
ngth
•tubboro cue·!'
helps heal and clear surface skin
rashes. Buy Extra · —
Strength Zcmo tor |||)
Davis Jewelers
"I-owfrt Prices"
Tabor City's
Diamond Center
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Custom Made
8TKEL — WOOD
ALUMINUM
Wmtitd aa4 Install·« Free
Prince Brothers
Furniture
n«M ttSl — T»ber CNf
ι GIFTS · CHINA* '
I HOMK FURN'SHINGS
"The liest For L«-ss" > ;
Gore'* Quality Shop | j
Sam T. (Jon, Owner
£ * ■**«Λ ■ " r "·»?>" w·^·
Headquarters
CASE TRACTORS
or Mules, lljirni'SN, Warnuv '
Horse and Tractor - L'uhii I
Farm Macliincrv
5.L. Fuller & Co.
Whiteville, iN. C.
BUILDING
BLOCKS
Ail Sizes of Building
Blocks of Best Quality
—Set
Grainger Block
Company
Tabor City, Ν. ().
Phone 34?-i
■ υι ■ u«? ▼ cry
Finest Rt-conditioned
TRACTORS &
FARM
EQUIPMENT
WACCAMAW
Tractor Co.
South Whiltnillc - Ml 2-21G4
Your J«.'lin !»err«* tiealer
Vaughan & Co.
FOR
• STOCKS
• BONDS
• MUTUAL FUNDS
Investment Securities
Itoger 3-1642 Wilmington
Reasonable Rates!
(guaranteed Work!
ΛΙΙ makes fixed!
PHONE
6441
FAST SERVICE
We repair most sets in
your own home.
HODGES TV
And
Radir
Repair Center
TABOR Cilf. N.C.
firnr· nl π Änjjfc
ψ«
SHOP WITH
CLASSIFIED
'Why Gamble?
Yes. why gamble . . . when there'· no chance of
winning? That's the kind of gambling you're involved
in when you drive your car beyond the recommended
period without having the oil changed.
Although you may use the very best motor od,
such as Phillips 66 Trop-Artic*. there comes a time
when the accumulation of impurities in the oil
reduces its efficiency.
That's why lubrication experts say: the bestmotov
protection is to use the best motor oil, and change II
every 1,000 mike under average «round-town driving
conditions.
Be sure to let your Phillips 66 Dealer change ofl
for you on tchedul*.
' ·Α
Yam
City
Ott
Co.

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