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Statesville Record and Landmark (Newspaper) - January 10, 1974, Statesville, North Carolina 10 5 1573 1474 100 9 5 4 1973 1973 56 postsecondary 32 4 8 538 postsecondary 538 Almost 130 1973 264 25 3 1973 315 135 590 1974 671 134 1974 156 4 1 2 3 1973 almost 4 70 Local 52 Revenue sure reports 35 140 90 ac 000 90 58 532 knocked 000 70 20 miles 16 4 7 10 1972 22 13 married 212 married 125 Taylors
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