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The Greenville News REGION Wednesday, December 26, 1984 Trade official touts China market for North Carolina firms CHARLOTTE (AP) As China continues to relax communist controls and turn to capitalist business practices, some exciting new opportunities are opening up for North Carolina companies, says a state Commerce Department official back from a trade scouting trip to the Far East. "As the Chinese say, now is the propitious moment," said Gordon McRoberts, the department's director for international marketing. "The bamboo curtain is wide open." Mc Roberts returned Dec. 15 from a threeweek trip with state ports officials to Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and mainland China. He found the Chinese are mainly interested in products they can use to develop their economy.

"You're not going to sell toys and textiles to the Chinese. You're going to sell them textile machinery and machinery to make toys." North Carolina companies have a good opportunity to export many types of manufacturing machinery, along with computers, software, computer supplies, telecommunications equipment and medical equipment. "China is looking to the west for expertise, turnkey projects like grain storage technology, everything from A to Z. he said. Tarheel textiles building for future RALEIGH (AP) Despite record imports in 1984, North Carolina's textile industry is building for better times, Edward P.

Schrum, president of the North Carolina Textile Manufacturers Association, said Tuesday. "Surging imports, especially during the last quarter of 1984, have disrupted many North Carolina families, companies and communities, and I expect this situation will continue into 1985," he said in a prepared statement. "I hope this crisis will soon pass, but that's up to Washington." Among positives for the industry are continuing investment in new machinery, greater emphasis on research and development, increasing support for the "Crafted With Pride in USA" program, and a growing willingness to be involved in the political process, Schrum said. "Our difficulty, and that of other American manufacturing industries, with imports is caused by an overvalued dollar and outdated trade policies," he said. "I want to be optimistic, but this industry did not create the import problem and we cannot solve it.

It's up to Washington and we think the message is getting through up there." Imports of textiles and apparel in 1984 created a projected trade deficit for the United States of $16.7 billion up 58 percent over the record 1983 deficit of $10.6 billion. Imports have been blamed for closings at 40 North Carolina textile plants this year and the loss of 10,000 jobs. The industry employs about 210,000 people in North Carolina. "The sad thing is that the industry is doing all the right things," Schram said. are modernizing our plants over $552 million was invested in North Carolina in fiscal 1984.

We are the most efficient textile industry in the world, and our quality is second to none. But obviously that is not enough when you are competing with government- ontrolled or subsidized industries or companies that violate trade agreements." Schrum said he hoped to see a rollback of imports to 1983 levels with import growth limited to market growth and a U.S.-controlled import licensing program. Schrum praised Gov. Jim Hunt and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina for backing funds to modernize the School of Textiles at North Carolina State University. He also said he was encouraged by the passage of legislation in 1984 requiring American-made textile and approducts to be labeled parele in USA." He said more people are becoming aware of American-made product quality.

Susie W. Jones dies; integrated Junaluska GREENSBORO (AP) Susie W. Jones, credited with integrating the Methodist meeting grounds at Lake Junaluska and an administrator at Bennett College in its early years as a women's school, died Sunday at her home. She was 92. "I didn't allow myself to think about it," she once said of her work to integrate Lake Junaluska.

"I knew it was such an important step, but you know you can just be terrified by what exists in human relations. But it turned out to be a lovely experience." She was the widow of David D. Jones, who became president of Bennett in 1926 when the school was reorganized as a college for women. Mrs. Jones later served as Bennett's admissions director.

She served nationally as the vice president of the United Council of Church Women, was a member of the national board of the YWCA and served on the executive committee of the North Carolina Federation of Negro Women's Clubs. A native of St. Louis, Mrs. Jones graduated from the University of Cincinnati. She is survived by a daughter, Dr.

Frances Jones Bonner, a psychiatrist in Newton Center, sons, Paul Jones of Long Island and Frank S. Jones of Cambridge, sisters, Miss Frances Williams of St. Louis and Mrs. Maurice Stamps of Chicago, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Singer Kate Smith shows signs of recovery from coma RALEIGH (AP) Kate Smith, a singer most remembered for her rendition of "God Bless America," is showing signs of recovery from a diabetic coma that left her wheelchair-bound for eight years, her sister said.

Last week, Miss Smith, who lives in Raleigh, heard on the radio a version of "White Christmas" she had recorded in 1966. She quickly recognized her voice and the tune, said Helena Smith Steene, Miss Smith's sister. "That may sound trite to you, but it's really wonderful to Mrs. Steene said Monday. Miss Smith, 76, is walking with assistance about three blocks a day, and the physical activity seems to be rejuvenating her memory, Mrs.

Steene said. Miss Smith went into a diabetic coma in 1976, a condition that left her hospitalized for two months and led to brain damage and glaucoma. She moved to Raleigh in 1979 to be near her family and rarely is seen in public. In 1982, President Reagan awarded Miss Smith the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest national honor for a civilian. She first met Reagan when he was a movie actor in Hollywood, Mrs.

Steen said. "It's been a long road and a beautiful one," she said. "It's unfortunate that she can't be telling you herself about it." Two who drank lye released WINSTON-SALEM (AP) Two Catawba County residents who suffered internal burns when they accidentally drank lye were released from North Carolina Baptist Hospital in time for Christmas after a month of treatment. Doctors discharged Steven Estes and Russell Cooper on Sunday. Cooper, 24, of Newton and Estes, 17, of Conover, each had part of their stomachs removed 120-Personal Services NEW YEARS DINNER Ramada Hotel 1001 S.

Church St. Southern Crescent RSVP 268-6795 FAMILY PLANNING, all types of birth control, free pregnancy testing, problem pregnancy counseling-based on your needs. Call LADIES CLINIC. 233-2846. personal introductions in your area.

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297-5607 LEGACY ESCORTS 268-2068 LYNN'S ESCORTS Attractive ladies Blondes Brunettes. Confidential discreet. 246-4003. 124-Legal Services THOMAS G. NESSLER, JR.

Attorney At Law Suite 612 SCN Building 232-2620 Serving Upstate South Carolina CHILD CUSTODY Investigations by experieced professionals. Guaranteed confidential. Free consultation. EllisonGaudreau Investigations, 332 W. Stone Ave.

271-1200, 269-7366. DIVORCES $90 PLUS COST WILLS CRIMINAL DEFENSE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACCIDENT CASES 271-9821 DIVORCES UNCONTESTED FROM $90 BANKRUPTCY-FROM $325 Workmans Comp-Social Security Margaret M. Mills, Atty. 242-3039 Newton Associates Consultant Social Security Budgeting 803-288-9799 232 Webb Rd. SIMPLE, UNCONTESTED DIVORCES $125.

Greer Atty. 877-8917 UNCONTESTED DIVORCES $90 Plus Court Cost 232-9918 136-Sitters for Hire WHEN YOU NEED HELP AT HOME Companions, nurses aides, RNs go LPNS are available days go weeks. 24 hours day. CALL HEALTH FORCE 235-5141 124 Edinburgh Court CRUISE SS NORWAY June 29- July incl. air.

Gator Bowl Rooms DEC. 27-29. 2 nights Sheraton Palm Coast Resort. Give a Travel Gift Certificate for Christmas. TRAVEL AGENTS INT'L 271-0098 RUSS CASSELL, WFBC RADIO VALENTINES CRUISE Feb.

8-11, 1985. Special group cruise including R.T. air from Greenville to Miami, 3 nights cruise, all meals, all entertainment port taxes. ATLANTIC CITY LUCKY WEEKEND Feb. 23-24, 1985 Try your luck at the Casino's! Price includes R.T.

air to Philadelphia, transfers to Atlantic City, 1 nights hotel, tax baggage handling. double occupancy. SOUTHWARD 7 NIGHT CRUISE April 14-21, 1985. 2,000 miles under the SUN visit Nassau, Puerto Palata, Sanivan St. Thomas.

Special group cruise including R.T. air from Greenville to Miami, transfers, 7 night cruise, all meals, all entertainment port taxes. MANY MORE EXCITING GROUP TRIPS CRUISES FOR 1985. CALL JOIN THE FUN TODAY! FORTSON TRAVEL 233-5110 SPECIAL HAWAIIAN PACKAGE $659 Per person dbl. occ.

7 nights, ocean front hotel Rd. trip, air, from Charlotte much June 18, Ltd. Space NEW YORK CITY 3 nights, hotel. Jan. 26.

G'ville departure. $189. Travel Connection FREE "Happy. Now you can wish your friends and relatives "Happy "Happy and some other strictly happy events in life. And it's FREE! "Father's "Christmas" and "Valentine" Greetings can NOT be offered as FREE ads.) Limited to ads of an unquestionable personal nature to run under the Personals Classification.

Limited to six lines to run without charge for up to three consecutive days. To qualify, ads must be placed in person or by mail. No phone calls will be accepted for these ads. Be sure to include your full name, street address, telephone number and signature. Due to problems encountered, full names, ages and phone numbers cannot be used.

If the contents of the ad are questionable in any way, the ad will not be published. We reserve the right to edit or reject any ad. TO QUALIFY FOR FREE AD FOLLOW ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS Your Address. City. ZIP.

Phone. Your Signature- Running Dates. MINIMUM 3 LINES MAXIMUM 6 LINES 5 WORDS PER LINE 383H OV START MAIL TO: The Greenville News-Piedmont Co. Classified Advertising Department P.O. Box 1688 Greenville, South Carolina 29602 WILLIAMSBURG, VA -Dec.

14-17 $195. Motorcoach tour. Call for details. 855-4683 Travel Unlimited 150 FINANCIAL But the most surprising discovered, was China's "China is developing western visitors he said. "They have a woods.

We have the have the furniture." thing, McRoberts need for furniture. a hotel industry for businessmen and tourists," severe shortage of hardhardwood and we also Some North Carolina companies have already tapped this market. McRoberts said some American businessmen were surprised to see the Thomasville label on their hotel chairs in Peking. Thomasville shipped some $1 milion worth of furniture to China in 1984, he said. LEGAL NOTICES Contract Documents may be reviewed and examined at the Office of the Public Works Department, Room 107, Greenwood County Courthouse, Greenwood, South Carolina.

Contract Documents may be secured from the above stated office for a deposit of $10.00 per set. Deposits will be refunded to all bona fide bidders if Contract Documents bearing the name of the bidder are returned, in good condition, within 7 days after the date of bid opening. No deposit will be returned to non-bidders. Each bid must be accompanied by a bid security in the amount of ten percent of the total amount of the bid. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled date for opening of bids.

The Greenwood County Council LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Greenwood County Council, Greenwood County, South Carolina in the Greenwood County Courthouse, Room 203, Greenwood, South Carolina, until 10:00 a.m., Prevailing Time, on Wednesday, the 30th day of January, 1985, for: CONSTRUCTION OF A LIGHTING SYSTEM FOR BALLFIELD AT NINETY SIX RECREATIONAL SITE Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 10:00 a.m., Prevailing Time, on Wednesday, the 30th day of January, 1985, in Room 200 of the Greenwood County Courthouse. LEGAL NOTICES reserves the right to reiect any and all bids, and to waive any informalities or irregularities. GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL, Mr. Carroll H. Brooks, Chairman.

1 1389217. SEALED BIDS will be received until 2:30 P.M. January 8, 1985, and will be opened in the office of the Greenville County Purchasing Department, Room 229, Courthouse Annex, Greenville, SC for the following: AUTOMATED CAR WASHING SERVICES FOR THE GREENVILLE COUNTY FLEET Bid forms, specifications and information may be obtained from the Purchasing Department, Room 229, Courthouse Annex, Greenville, SC. The right is reserved to reiect any and all bids and to waive all technicalities. 1389690.

SEE OTHER CLASSIFIEDS ON PAGE 4 SECTION 106-Lost and Found every day. And whenever we are together, make my day even brighter. love you! Christine wood or area, REWARD. Dog beLOST: Silver Schnauzer, Westlongs to sm. boy.

967-2778 after 3 112-Burial 2 GRAVE SPACES, $840 $60 down and payments at $65. Woodlawn Mem. Park, 244-4622. 4 grave spaces near chime tower at Woodlawn Memorial Park. Call between 7-9 PM, 292-0630.

114-Fitness Centers LIC. MASSAGE THERAPIST. Medical theraputic. High qualifications. Ms.

Pennoyer, 859-8994 118-Personals DEAN love you more and more every day, and when ever we are together you make my day even brighter. I love Christine AMY, you're a super person with lots going for you. Please don't blow it! I care about you and our friendship, you mean so much to me. Lylas Always, Debbie AUNT VIV Happy Birthday to a very sweet person. How about them Gamecocks? Next year we will be Laura and Skeet AUNT VIVIAN Happy Birthday to a very special person.

We love you and hope you have many more. Good luck in your new home. Chris Steve CINDY G. Hope you have a Very Happy Birthday. Greer is a better and happier place since yoU were born.

Love, Mother C.R.G. CONGRATULATIONS! KARL A. HILL on your 11th anniversary with our newspapers. THE GREENVILLE NEWSPIEDMONT CO. DAVID Now that I've told you.

I'm telling the whole world. I Love You Dawn Dean: I love you more and more What's The Easiest least expensive way to bring buyer and seller together? The Want Ads, That's what! Call 298-4221. $1200 MONTHLY GUARANTEE MEN OR WOMEN Due to expansion our national company has immediate openings in Greenville office for people to learn trade positions in the energy field. Above average position with opportunity to grow with company. Earn up to $1,000 weekly with production bonus.

We offer complete training high starting pay with company benefits. For interview, call 271- 4656. 160-Business Oppor. Wanted Professional Business Brokers Call 235-7844. RESTAURANT Business for sale, very profitable, priced right.

Mae's Cafe, 1112 Woodside. WOULD like to purchase existing business in Greenville or surrounding area. Please reply in detail to P.O. Box 8232, Spartanburg, SC 29305. 163-Business Appraisals CLARK BUSINESS SERVICE Certified business appraisers.

271-4823 RICHARDS INC. S.C. Lic. 232-2500 165-Business For Sale SIZE Sell your business with the best. VRBB-RICHARDS, 232-2500 BAR-B-QUE Sandwich restaurant for sale or lease.

Exc. location through window. Call 297-5097 BEAUTY SHOP For sale. Good location. Call 233-8992 for details.

Negotiable. CONVENIENCE food store, fully equipped, for sale or lease. Donaldson Center area. 277-5661. ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL Contractor.

Very profitable. Owner terms help. Details. VRBB-Richards 232-2500 Industrial commercial paint contracting co. Complete equip.nothing to buy.

Good contractsenough to last til May or June. Low price for quick sale. NewsPiedmont, Box A-N, G'ville 29602 LARGE DRY CLEANER. Shopping ment Center location. New equipvery modern.

Owner terms. VRBB-Richards 232-2500 LAUNDROMAT. Good for investor. Greenville. Very profitable.

Priced right. VRBB-Richards 232-2500 TIRE BUSINESS. 32 years in business. Solid business. With or without building.

Low down payment. Owner terms. VRBB-Richards 232-2500 175-Financial Service MORTGAGES. 1st 2nd. Good rates! 2nd mortgages with credit.

Call 269-5796. 190-Money to Loan 2 hr. Service Call 235-6219 2nd Mortgages Good Credit $2,000 to $200,000 Call Today! INTERSTATE MORTGAGE 271-0537 AT FLEET FINANCE We purchase existing 1st 2nd mortagages anywhere in N.C., S.C., Ga. Fla. We also make 1st 2nd mortagage loans.

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We are also buying owner held mortgages. 271-7505. UNIMORTGAGE CORP. 232-8072 195-Wanted To Borrow SEEKING LIMITED PARTNER To invest in construction of single family residential homes. Will pay interest of net profit.

Loans secured by real estate. For info. write P.O. Box 2063, Easley, SC 29640. EMPLOYMENT 202-Employment Agencies Manpower Temporary Services 100 Orchard Park Dr.

(Off Haywood Road, 297-5304) MDB ASSCIATES, INC. PERSONNEL CONSULTANTS Acctg. Financial (803)242-9480 NORRELL SERVICES, Inc. Short long term temporary assignments. Call Today 271-4811.

205-Employment Interests RESUMES COLOR COPIES TESTING COUNSELING Career Assessments 232-2586. CHANGING JOBS? Call Robert Jameson Associates 803-232-6622. MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM For a real career Call 233-0806 SALES CONSULTANTS 288-0220 Tired of going places finding only nos! Call EmCom, we'll save you gas time iobs daily. 232-9007. UNEMPLOYED? You must be looking in the wrong places.

Call EmCom, we can help. New jobs daily at 232-9007. 210-Help Wanted Misc. CARRIBEAN Cruise Liner now hiring. Many positions available.

Call 1-813-971-6887. EXPERIENCED Maintenance Mechanic. Rapidly expanding stable company experience seeks a in person industrial maintenance metal fabrication. Ideal candiate will possess skills in welding, machining, general maintenance of equip. Qualified persons should submit a resume to Box R-M, News- Piedmont, G'ville, SC 29602.

AIR LINER now hiring. Many positions available. Call 1-813-971-6931. Can earn $50 Tues. or Thurs.

Stanley Home Products. No investment. 235-0062 or 834-9067 FACILITIES MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Maior downtown church needs exp'd supervisor to implement maintenance on its expanding focilities. Successful candidate will have both hands-on supervisory exp. in maintaining buildings, grounds, HVAC electrical systems.

Pleasant environment. Send resume, complete number, best time for interview work history to: Personnel Manager, Box X-M, News-Piedmont, Greenville, 29602. GROVE RD. PIEDMONT HWY AREA: motor route avail. Call Bobby Crews at 298-4110.

Leave name number. HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY We need self-motivated people who enioy camping, outdoors. Must be able to travel, provide own transportation living accommodations (Camper, van, We plant pine seedlings by hand in NC. SC, GA, VA. Pay is based on production or number of trees planted.

possible after 1 wk. of experience, depending upon motivation. Camping is necessary, due to the job locations. Must be able to travel. Work non-stop.

Work is hard, So serious outdoor -type workers only need apply. Plenty of openings avail. Apply immediately to Mike Gunter at the Keowee Toxaway Sports Center, 6 mi. West on Hwy. 11 from intersection of Hwy.

178 11. No Phone Calls Please. NEED EXPERIENCED ROOFERS 246-7207 NEED Experienced person for Fire Restoration. Need an experienced carpet cleaner. Apply in person to: Certified Carpet Cleaners, 309 Butler Ave.

No phone calls will be accepted. For More 210-Help Wanted Misc. See Page 4 Section 4 118-Personals DEAR MOM AND DAD I know we're alot of trouble sometimes. But we want to wish you both all the happiness in the world. Love, Billy, Ray and Randy HAPPY BIRTHDAY Billy James H.

It's your best. Love, Mama HAPPY BIRTHDAY Big Mama, you're getting a little old but love you very much. Now will you do me a favor? Keep Kenny Mac. Happy Birthday, I love you. Karen Kenny.

LOLITA Happy Birthday to a sweet sister who has never been on time in Many happy returns. CARLTON MERRY CHRISTMAS! Mom Dad So glad you're here! Love, Dawn, Bill, Randy MOM AND DAD The Best Parents a girl could ask for. Happy 22nd Anniversary and thanks for being so terrific. We all love you dearly. Love, Steve, Deb and Tim VIVIAN Happy Birthday to the best Christmas gift I have ever received.

love you very much. Hope you have many more. Mother 120-Personal Services Call 288-1010 for recording! All singles club parties held Hawaii Gardens (front entrance) 2810 Laurens Rd. 1-85 exit 48A Every -Sat 8PM A MOST UNIQUE CLUB FOR Singles, Divorced, Widowed ELITE SINGLES PARTIES, Fri. featuring Gigi, Crown Pub Banquet Room Rear Entrance, Laurens Rd.

at 1-85, Exit 48A. (Next to Gulf Station across from Western Steer). NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER DANCE With BACKTRAX. Qual-1 ity Inn, Laurens Rd. 1-85.

120-Personal Services MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Sutton Investigation 242-9007 190-Money To Loan ANNOUNCEMENTS 102-Notices PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call BIRTHRIGHT 233-5222 BLACK TIE LIMOUSINE SERVICE For your special occasions. Call 271-0988, 271-1657. 104-Tickets 1 Gatorbow! Ticket. Call 268-5922 106-Lost and Found FOUND: 2 German Shepherd female dogs, 1 had 10 puppies, Donaldson, 277-3902. FOUND: Blue Tick Hound Pup in area.

859-7323 FOUND: Part Siamese cat, dark brown tan. Brown flea collar. Brookglen area. 268-6525. FOUND Male, yellow Tabby cat.

N. Main, E. Hillcrest area. 233-8257. LOST Dachshund, mixed, pimarily black.

Disappeared morning of 21st. Vicinity of Brushy Creek Elementary Eastgate Plaza. Reward. Call 292-6006 or 268-5066. LOST, Berea area.

White female English setter, brown tick marks. Orange collar. 294-0811 LOST: in Marietta, female German Shepherd, black stroke tan, Reward. 859-6669. LOST: Blue Tick Hound.

Gentle but shy. Jonesville S'ville. REWARD. 967-4028. LOST: 18" Serpentine 14 ct.

gold Penney. Very sentimental. Reward. 292-6915. LOST: Berea High School ring Class of '85.

Call 246-7340. LOST: Black white male Cocker Spaniel. Jax license. Reward! Call 963-8742. LOST: Male white neutered Poodie, Edwards Mill Rd.

area. No collar. Call 244-3519, 879-2781. LOST: part calcio cat. Roper Mt.

Rd. area. Call 297-4060. Reward. LOST: area.

Young male Red Chow. Cash reward. No questions asked. Call 1-882-1976 or 271-0632. LOST: Siamese cat.

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We are the country's largest personal marketing firm. Because of our size and resources, we can help you explore positions on local, regional or national levels. To see if we can help, send us a resume or call for a free and confidential appointment. We'll be happy to sit down with you and explain our full capabilities. Robert Jameson Associates, Park Central 555 N.

Pleasantburg, Greenville, SC 29607, (803) 232-6622. (Private Corporate Outplacement Services, not an employment agency.) after the Nov. 24 incident in which nine county residents apparently mistook lye for wine. Dwayne Brown, 19, is the only victim still hospitalized. Dr.

Jesse Meredith said Brown is in satisfactory condition and should go home in another month. Brown, Cooper and Estes all face reconstructive surgery. Brown, who suffered the most severe burns, had his esophagus and stomach removed..

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