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THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER Monday July 16 1990 51 I I Death Notices Death Notices I 1 Update I lirtMemory'DiMIIMI 111011Eittiv4emdrvelmIMMI BASEBALUIIII Singing Championship: Jennifer Coddle Ros 6-3 3-6 6-3 AMATEUR Rowley Rangers Top Mets Unser Jr $25342 II Meel $13500 11 Raul Bonet 224662 It Danny Sullivan $11800: 111 Roberto Guerrero 222962 16 Hiro Matsushita $16262 17 Scott Goodyear $9250: II Pancho Carter 620412 IL Dean HMI $20412 20 Jeff Wood 64250 21 Eddie awever $19562 22 Randy Lewis 614562: 23 Willy Flibbs 68400 24 Mario Andean' 619562 26 Bobby Mahal $19562 28 Mike Groff $13981: 27 Theo Palmroth $8400 at Didier Theys 619562 British GP Sunday's results from Si Wantons England I Alain Prost France 1:1830 2 Boulsen Belgium 39 0 behind 3 Arlon Senna Brazil 43088 4 Eric Bernard France 1:15302 6 Nelson Piquet Brazil 1:24003 Aguri Suzuki Japan 1 lap 7 Alex Cant Italy 1 lap 8 Jean Alesi France 1 lap 9 Stefano Modena Italy laps 10 Nicola Lanni Italy 2 laps 11 Emanuele Piero Italy 2 laps 12 Paolo Italy 2 laps 13 Philippe Alliot France 3 laps i' MRS DOROTHY SETZER Mrs Dorothy Setzer 70 of 6411 Dale Avenue Charlotte NC died Saturday July 14 1990 at her residence She was born February 1 1920 in Bryson City NC daughter of the late Katherine Hensley Rhinehardt and Kelsie Rhinehardt She was the widow of Harry A Setzer Mrs Setzer graduated from Greensboro College in 1940 and was a schoolteacher with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System until her retirement in 1982 She was a member of the Hawthorne Lane United Methodist Church Graveside services will be held at 11:00 AM Monday July 16 1990 at Evergreen Cemetery with the Reverend John Propst officiating Survivors include her sons Stephen A Setzer of Wilmington NC and Mark A Setzer of Charlotte her brother Kenneth Rhinehardt of Old Fort NC and two grandchildren Memorials may be made to Hospice of Charlotte 1331 The Plaza Charlotte NC 28205 The Salvation Army 320 North Poplar Street Charlotte NC 28202 or Crisis Assistance Ministry 500 Spratt Street Charlotte NC 28206 McEwen Funeral Service is serving the family of Mrs Setzer USIAVolvo Sunday's mulls from the Southern Sectionals in New Orleans 43 WOITIIM Min 3 Charlotte Club I 2 No1 Ann Dunn (B) Ann Richards 6-3 6-4 No2 Sin Gauspohl (C) Sibyl Child 6-0 6-3 No1 Doubles: Becky WeeksLinds Neal (C) Ann Brady Maxine Stegall 8-2 6-4 No 2 Doti Hixon-Pat Greer (El) Karen Hager-Polly Durham 4-6 7-5 7-5: No 3 Hanson Sara Nelson (B) Patty Matthews Denise Ball 6-0 7-5 Tenn 4 Charlotte Club II 1 No1 Muldoon (Chat) Grace Hayes 6-1 6-4 No2 Olson (Char) Barbara Doll 7-6 0-6 8-4 No1 Doubles-rCarol Smedley-Peggy Hunter (Chat) Doris Stanley-Tootale O'Hara 6-0 6-4: No 2 Jody Street-Judy Stanford (Chat) Peggy Hilton-Lynn Davis 2-6 6-1 6-1 No 3 Roberts Winkle Brannon (Chat) Jeanette Bambauer-Sara Jones 6-2 7-8 45 Men Memphis (Tenn) 4 Foothills I No1 Flowers (M) Darrell Thompson 6-4 3-6 6-3 No2 Hinson IF) Dave Mowry 6-4 6-1 No1 Coble-Randy Ndovek (M) Dewey Stroud-Slephen Scruggs 6-4 3-6 6-4: No 2 Stuart-Andy Forsyth (M) Lee Mayhew-Wilton Price 7-8 7-6 No 3 Fulls-Mike downey (M) Ronnie Humphries-Randy Harrill 6-4 6-3 MR EDWARD RALPH HOLLAND Mr Edward Ralph Holland 82 of 1417 Morningside Drive died Sunday July 15 1990 at Presbyterian Hospital A native of Shoal Creek GA Mr Holland was born ly November 10 1907 son of the late Erwin Hamp- ton Holland and Berta 3i: 1 Ann Edwards Holland A-i a- Mr Holland retired as a kerrkTfi c1 salesman for Sterchi's '( '71 Furniture Co and had '4 0 '4 I previously been em- 1 a1- 4 't ployed as a bookkeeper ott --t for Ballard Leather Co tv '1 He was a member of Hawthorne Lane United b' Methodist Church and the Joy Outlook Sunday School Class Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 PM Tuesday at Hawthorne Lane United Methodist Church with the Reverend Robert Dodd and the Reverend Kenneth A Kroemer officiating Interment will follow at Sharon Memorial Park Survivors include his wife Nita Goodrum Holland of Charlotte one daughter Mrs Ann Trammell of Charlotte one son Robert Holland of Charlotte a stepdaughter Mrs Jane Garner of Tullahoma TN a stepson William Caldwell of Charlotte four grandchildren Katharine Dotterer of Gastonia NC Edward Trammell of Charlotte Tamara Duguid of Newark DE and Robert Holland Jr of Detroit MI and five step-grandchildren Active Pallbearers will be William Caldwell Don Mills Ed Wetka Spiros Villas Todd Horton and Paul Horton Members of the Joy Outlook Sunday School Class will serve as Honorary Pallbearers The family will receive friends at Harry and Bryant from PM Monday In lieu of flowers Memorials may be made to Hawthorne Lane United Methodist Church 501 Hawthorne Lane Charlotte NC 28204 Harry and Bryant Co is serving the family of Mr Holland Izi: 0: A4It1 1777: Hit (-- aga 1111 EMITRACKR MINOR LEAGUE Southern League Eastern Division Pet GO Jacksonville 17 8 680 2-Orlando 13 10 565 3 Columbus 12 11 522 4 Charlotte 13 458 512 Greenville 10 14 417 612 Western Division Knoxville 15 10 800 Huntsville 13 11 542 112 Chatinga 11 14 440 4 Birmingham 11 14 440 4 2Memphis 8 16 333 612 2won first half Sunday's Results Chattanooga 9 Memphis 1 Birmingham 5 Greenville 4 Huntsville 13 Charlotte 1 Orlando 5 Columbus 1 Jacksonville 6 Knoxville 0 Today's Games Charlotte at Chattanooga 7 pm Greenville at Memphis Birmingham at HuntsviHe Columbus at Jacksonville Knoxville at Orlando South Atlantic Northarn Division I Pct GB Gastonia 7 708 2-Fayettvil 14 10 583 3 ChrlstnWV 14 12 538 4 Asheville 9 15 375 8 Greensboro 9 17 348 9 Spartanbrg 5 18 217 1112 Southern Division Savannah 20 8 769 Sumter 14 10 583 5 ChristnSC 12 12 500 7 Augusta 12 14 462 8 2-Colmble 12 14 462 8 Mille Beach 11 14 440 Pr zwon first hall title Sunday's Results Charleston SC 4-3 Asheville 21 Augusta 9-0 Charleston WV 7-4 Gastonia 4 Columbia 1 Greensboro 9 Sumter 5 Fayetteville 10 Myrtle Beach I Savannah 52 Spartanburg 23 Today's Games Columbia at Gastonia 7 pm Charleston SC at Asheville Augusta at Charleston WV Sumter at Greensboro Fayetteville at Myrtle Beach Savannah at Spartanburg AAU mMemorylDtEIIME Region III Sunday's Twin City Track Club results from the AAU Region Track and Field Championships in Durham MOTORSPORTS AREA 18-18 Boys 100 meters: 2 Mike Brooks Charlotte 109 200 meters: 2 Mike Brooks Charlotte 219 400 relay: 1 (Kenny Shaw Mike Brooks Rufus Cuthrell Darius Brewington) 424 1600 relay: 1 (Kendric McClain Mike Brooks Kenny Shaw Darius Brewing ton) 3:250 17-18 Girls 100 meters: 2 Natasha Bess Char lotte 118: 200 meters: 2 Natasha Bess Charlotte 262: 400 relay: 2 (Chastity Payton Charlotte Consuela Kimball Chrisma Brock Natasha Bess) 501 17-18 Boys 100 meters: 2 Willie Cornwell Charlotte 1075 200 meters: 1 Dave Adair Charlotte 214 400 Dave Adair Charlotte 476: 2 Vance Greene Charlotte 482 400 relay: 1 (Dale Adair Charlotte Kenny Kirby Statesville Willie Cornwell Charlotte Pablo Smith) 414 1600 relay: I (Willie Cornwell Anthony Gripper Dave Adair Vince Green) 3:180 3200 relay: 2 (Gripper Raymond Bordeau Dave Adair Vince Greene) IIMEIniMemory00 LEGION Sunday's Results Shutt Mown Low Elapsed Time 1 Mark and Kay 8illington 519 2 Mike Huggins Jr 539 3 Mitchell Lechroy 564 4 Memphis Smith 565 Pro 1 Mark and Kay 8illington 518 2 Scott Kerns 786 3 Andy McGee 691 Street: I Steve Purr 838: 2 James Lockhardt 1016 3 Jason Ingle 1005 Late Saturday Caraway Late Model Stock (250 laps): 1 David Hyder 2 Dennis Selzer 3 Darryl Smithback 4 Hank Fields 5 Tony Huhn Limited Stock (30 laps): 1 Dwight Moser 2 Dee Campbell a Lonnie Saunders 4 Geke Kepley 5 Mike McGaha Pure Stock (rain shortened to 15 laps): 1 Charles Sweatt 2 Danny Kindley 3 Mike Fagg 4 Jimmy Hurley MR WARREN CARLISLE STACK Mr Warren Carlisle Stack 72 of 906 Cherokee Road died Sunday July 15 1990 at Presbyterian Hospital A native of Monroe NC Mr Stack was born September 18 1917 son of the late --1L -zWtt- Warren Carlisle Stack t'' ott and Pattie Lee Stack Mr ot Stack was a 1938 gradu- 'i ate of Duke University 1 and a 1941 graduate of fogior4 1 the Duke University Law -4 School He was a Captain it IV in the US Air Force -1 1 If' if during World War II Mr 1 1 Stack was a Past Presi- dent of the Mecklen- burg County Bar Association a member of the American Bar Association the North Carolina Bar Association and the North Carolina State Bar Association Mr Stack was a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers the American Trial Lawyers Association the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the International Society of Barristers He was a member of Myers Park United Methodist Church and Quail Hollow Country Club A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday at Myers Park United Methodist Church with Dr Bernard Fitzgerald and the Reverend Melvin McIntosh officiating Burial will be private Survivors include his wife Dorothy Alexander Stack of the home two daughters Mrs Elizabeth Findlay of Cincinnati OH and Mrs Susan Cathcart of Orchard Park NY and six grandchildren The family will receive friends at the church following the Memorial Service Memorials may be made to Duke University School of Law Durham NC 27706 or to the charity of the donor's choice Harry and Bryant Co is serving the family of Mr Stack yisowii 414A At 'r 4 SZ01704 1' I IMMIGOLF HOLE-IN-ONE MRS MABEL HELMS JORDAN Mrs Mabel Helms Jordan 80 of 1000 Baxter Street Charlottetown Terrace died Friday July 13 1990 at Presbyterian Hospital A native of Charlotte Mrs Jordan was born January 29 1910 daughter of the late William Martin Helms and Mamie Lee Helms She was a Charter Member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church with the Reverend A Glenn Boland officiating Survivors include her husband Harvey Jordan of the home a son William Hannon of Charlotte two daughters Mrs Beverly Hannon Vaudin-Hanke and Mrs Sandra Hannon Wabich both of Arden NC two sisters Mrs Dorothy Helms Hammond of Columbia SC and Miss Geraldine Gray Helms of Charlotte eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren In lieu of flowers Memorials may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association 5501 Executive Drive Suite 245 Charlotte NC 28212 Harry and Bryant Co is serving the family of Mrs Jordan NASCAR Sunday's Results Gastonie 000 000 0-0 2 2 Pew Creek 200 120 x-5 1 Miller (4-2) Suggs (5-3) Leading Chad Ghorley 1-2 Tim Johnson 1-3 PC: Bryan Beaty 2-4 James Huntley 1-2 (2 RBIs) Telly Helms 1-2 (RBI) Jell Bright 1-3 (RBI) Miller 1-3 Paw Creek 000 110 0-2 5 0 Gastonia NO 100 x-1 4 1 (5-2) Ghorley (6-3) Hix (2) Leading Wesley Spivey 2-3 Suggs 1-2 Marc Morris 1-3 (RBI) PC: Mike Matvey 2-3 (RBI) Chad Cipriano 1-3 (2B RBI) Beaty 1-3: Telly Helms 1-3 kings Mountain 000 000 0-0 2 0 Celdwell County 000 010 x-1 2 0 WJason Wallace (6-0) Plonk (3-2) Leading Chris Bullock 1-2 Daniel Honeycutt 1-3 CC: Shawn Fox 1-2 Chad Moore 1-2 (RBI) By STEVE WISEMAN Staff Write' GASTONIA Gastonia Rangers pitcher Steve Rowley admits he's in a tough spot With pitcher Bobby Reed chasing the South Atlantic League record for consecutive shutout innings Rowley feels the heat the next day when he follows him in the rotation "I always have to follow Bobby" Rowley said after the Rangers' 4-1 baseball win over Columbia Sunday at Sims Legion Park "People expect me to go out and do the same" But he seems to be handling it just fine Rowley (2-1) threw seven innings Sunday allowing four hits and one earned run Eric Bickhardt pitched the final two scoreless innings for his fourth save Rowley was well aware of the stiff wind blowing in from right field "I had to keep throwing strikes and keep them off balance" said Rowley "With the wind blowing in I just threw strikes I didn't think they would hit it out of here" The Rangers (17-7) scored all their runs in the fourth inning off Mets starter Chris Dorn (5-7) With one out left-handed hitting Randy Marshall sliced a line drive that Columbia left fielder Mark Thomas battled in the sun and wind only to have the ball bounce off his glove for a double Craig Newkirk followed with a solid single to left and Marshall stopped at third Joey Ward low worked the countfull before coaxing a walk Jose Oliva who entered the game with a 198 batting average lined a single to score two runs They were the 36th and 37th RBIs for Oliva third best on the team "Every time I bat with men on base I concentrate" Oliva said "I have more concentration then" On his hit Oliva took second and Ward low moved to third when the Mets missed a cut-off man and the throw went through to home plate With the infield moved in Buddy Micheu smacked a single past third to make it 4-0 Columbia (12-14) scored its only run in the fifth Rowley who had retired eight straight entering the inning disposed of the first two hitters before Kevin Carroll reached on an infield single After Tito Navarro walked Tim Howard singled to center to score Carroll Note: The Rangers and Mets continue their series tonight at 7 Tug McGraw former relief pitcher for the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies is Gastonia's starting pitcher It will be the second appearance for McGraw in Sims Legion Park Last August McGraw asked to participate by Rangers President Roman Gabriel allowed three hits and one run in five innings against Sumter McGraw has signed a one-day contract with the Rangers allowing him to participate in the game COLUMBIA GASTONIA abrabl abrhbl Navarro ss 30 10 Harrsc 4010 Howard 2b 4 0 1 1 Eklund 11 4 0 1 0 Pride dh 4000 Burton 4010 Thomas It 3 0 0 0 Marshall dh 4 1 1 0 Cameron rf 4 0 1 0 Newkirk 3b 3 1 1 0 Hohner lb 4 0 0 0 Nara 2b 3 100 Davis of 4 0 0 0 Ohva as 3 1 1 2 Hartmann 3b 2000 Michou 2012 Carroll 3 0 1 0 Morrow rt 3 0 1 0 Totals 310 4 1 4 1 4 304 1 4 Gwen Bynum of Charlotte on the No 4 130 yd par-3 of the Pine Island Country Club She used a 7-iron and it was her first Ray Jackson of Charlotte on the No 4 140 yd par-3 of the Cannel Country Club North Course He used a 7-iron and was his first OEM MISC1 GAMES MliffENNISE LIMUZI 11M)1'1 Lost Found Services toommoubN 05 Annoinlimoggimminents 1 0 Services Highland Games Sunday's results of the Highland Games in Linville Sheaf Toss: 1 Bryon Lemont 23' 2 Carl Braun 22 3 Larry Satchwell 22 56-pound weight toss for height: I Kenneth Starnes 183 2 George Shiappa 126 3 Bryon Lemont 128 Turning the Cabe 1 Ken Starnes 2 George Dieppe 3 Ron Short Clachneart: 1 Carl Braun 4411 2 George Chiappa 426 3 John Roehr 4164 56-pound weight throw: 1 Carl Braun 319: 2 George Chlappa 31712 3 Ken Starnes 3114 22- pound Hammer Throw: 1 Carl Braun 96'4Vr 2 George Chiappa 911 3 Ken Starnes 882 28-pound weight throw: 1 George Chiappa 67'1Yr 2 Carl Braun 663 3 Ken Starnes 82'1 Readers Budweiser 300 Sunday's results of the Grand National race in Loudon NH I Tommy Ellis Buick 300 2 Harry Gant Buick 300 3 Chuck Bown Pontiac 300 4 Morgan Shepherd Chevy 300 5 Rick Mast Buick 300 Mike McLaughlin Olds 300 7 Dale Earnhardt Chevy 300 8 Dale Jarrett Pontiac 300 9 Bobby Dotter Buick 300 10 Tom Peck Olds 300 11 Jeff Burton Buick 300 12 Ed Ferree Pontiac 300 13 Billy Clark Pontiac 299 14 Ed Berner Olds 299 15 Jimmy Hensley Olds 299 16 Michael Waltrip Pontiac 298 17 Jamie Aube Buick 298 18 Jack Ingram Chevy 298 19 Joe Nemechek Buick 298 20 LD Ottinger Olds 297 21 Jack Sprague Buick 296 22 Kyle Petty Pontiac 296 23 Steve Grissom Olds 295 24 Kenny Wallace Pontiac 290 25 Elton Sawyer Buick 288 26 Tommy Houston Buick 253 27 Kelly Moore Chevy 249 28 Randy LaJoie Buick 249 29 Robert Pressley Olds 249 30 Ron Lomeli Buick 237 31 Jeff Spraker Olds 235 32 Derrike Cope Chevy 215 33 Dave Dion Ford 212 34 Bobby Moon Olds 207 35 Dave Mader Buick 203 36 Todd Bodine Pontiac 202 37 Ken Bouchard Pontiac 196 38 Bobby Hamilton Olds 185 39 Dana Patten Buick 183 40 Ken Schrader Chevy 151 41 Bobby Labonte Olds 134 42 Ricky Craven Pontiac 133 43 Bobby Dragon Pontiac 126 44 Dave Rezendes Olds 123 45 Rodney Franklin Pontiac 90 46 Davey Johnson Buick 10 GRAND PRIX Consider carefully the value and benefits before you purchase a product or service The Charlotte Observer does not endorse any of the products or services advertised in the Announcements 05-125 Funeral Directors 05-020 Legal Notices 05-150 Card of 05-225 In 05-250 norist 05-300 Cemetery Lots 05-325 Monuments 05-350 Adult Personals 05-375 Business Personals 05-400 Personals 05-425 Happy Ads 05-450 Lost Found 05-475 Travel Opportunities 05-500 Special Notices Tickets LATEST LINE FOUND female Cocker Spaniel bet Central Ave Albemarle Rd 537-8050 FOUND: July 7 Albemarle Rd smbik tem dog 536-3385 LOST blk wht Dalmatian dog Hickory Grove arm For 100 reward call 567-9888 LOST: Brittany Spaniel 28th of June Triangle area Child's pet Needs medication REWARD for return or info leading to return 704-483-9104 LOST: 1 Cockatiel (gray wYellow head) talks answers to T-Bird Hwy 16 area Reward offered Call 398-1729 LOST: Female large dog cream with black saddle and black mask 95 ibs black stud collar with rabies tag in the area Lower Rocky River and Camp Stewart Rd on July 9 Contact 545-1006 after 6 Before 6 596-8941 LOST: Uptown area on busline Silver PIN- ON WATCH Reward Please call 372-4957 LOST: Westie fluffy white fem 14 yr old deaf Dilworth area W336-2716 H377-1860 REWARD For return of black kitten wwhite markings Plaza Rd area No questions 9920 331-9920 MEP I 6100 PROFESSIONAL TeamIennis Eastern Division I Pct GW OL Wellington 2 1 667 61 78 Charlotte 1 1 500 88 58 New Jersey 1 2 333 66 78 Raleigh 1 3 250 86 103 Miami Beach 0 1 IMO 48 41 Western Division Pct OW (IL xSan Antonio 2 0 1000 54 41 Los Angeles 2 0 1000 45 )(Newport Bch 1 1 500 50 49 Sacramento 1 2 333 79 73 x-late games Sunday's Results Wellington 25 Raleigh 20 Newport Beath at San Antonio ppd Saturday's Results Charlotte 31 Wellington 10 San Antonio 29 New Jersey 17 Newport Beach 27Miami Beach 22 Los Angeles 28 Sacramento 26 Today's Match Newport Beach at San Antonio Gunze World Sunday's results from Tokyo Mess Singles Championship: Pete Sampras Jaime Yzage Peru 6-1 64 Women's Singles Championship: Gabriela Sabatini Ann Grossman 6-0 84 Mixed Doubles Championship: Conchita Martinez Todd Woodbridge Mary Joe Fernandez-Pete Sampras 6-4 36 6-0 Mount Cranmore Sunday's results from Conway NH 05-020 Child Care Funeral Directors HANKINS WHITTINGTON WILLIAMS-DEARBORN 1111 East Boulevard 333-6116 Responsible loving Christian Mom offers "no worry" care in my home for 2 kids 3 yrs Fenced yard lots of aches Sardis Rd area Exc refs 364-2182 Baseball American League NEW YORK E-6 over Kansas City BOSTON 512-612 over Minnesota BALTIMORE E-6 over Texas Chicago 5ir-612 over DETROIT OAKLAND over Cleveland SEATTLE E-6 over Toronto CALIFORNIA 512-612 over Milwaukee National League CINCINNATI 512-612 over Montreal PITT E-6 over San Francisco ATLANTA-Philadelphia (Pick) CHICAGO E-6 over San Diego New York E-6 over HOUSTON ST LOUIS E-6 over Los Angeles Home team in CAPS Thl Announcements GOLF LESSONS 541-0445 Responsible mature adult will babysit in my home all ayes in Charlotte Cindy392-7200 Wanted in-home child care worker non-smoker refs req Call 846-3015 SE area WILL Babysil 2 children in my home located near Downtown 523-9371 05425 IMI Cemeter Lots LAKE LEVELS REWARD Lost dog short legged black female with white chest Welsh Corgis H-704-334-6315 W-376-4711 REWARD Lost: Ladies Needle Point Wallet green white 399-3729 I Legal Noticest Child Care 10-100 Child Care Center 10-110 Home Health Service 10-120 Health Service 10-125 Nursing Service 10-130 Optometrist Service 10-140 Business Opportunities 10-150 Business Opportunities Wanted 10-160 Financial Services Investments 10-180 Money To Lend Wanted To Mortgages 10-210 Multi-level Marketing 10-220 Tax Service Legal Service 10-250 Miscellaneous Service Travel Service 10-270 AccountingBookkeeping 10-303 Alterations 10-305 Answering Service --10-310 Appliance Service --10-315 Asphalt Paving---10-320 Auto Service -----10-325 Brick Work 10-330 Cabinets Carpentry Carpet Cleaning 10-345 Carpel Installation 10-350 Chimney --10-355 Clock 10-360 Concrete 10-365 Decks Drapery 10-375 Dressmaking 10-380 Drywall 10-385 Electrical Service 10-390 sterminators 10-395 Fencing 10-400 Fireplace 10-405 10-410 Flooring 10-415 Furniture Refinishing-10-420 Grading 10-425 Guttering 10-430 Handy Work --10-435 Hauling HeatingAC 10-445 Home Improvements--10-450 Home Repairs -----10-455 Insulation --10-460 Janitorial Service Kitchen Remodeling 10-470 Landscape Gardening 10-475 Lawn Service ---10-480 Locksmith Service-10-485 Maid Service ----10-490 MovingStorage ---10-495 Painting ------10-500 Plumbing Pool Service---10-510 Remodeling Roofing SandGravel 10-525 Sandblasting --10-530 Security Service---10-535 Siding 10-540 Signs 10-545 Stone Masonry ----10-550 TVRadio Service 10-555 Telephone Installation Repair Tile Work 10-565 Trash Hauling 10-570 Tree Service 10-575 TypingWord Processing 10-577 Vacuum Cleaner Repair 10-580 Upholstery 10-583 Wallpapering 10-585 Waterproofing 10-590i Welding 10-595i Other Services-- 10-600 2 burial plots together Sharon Memorial Park $11190 Must sell Call 364-0246 4 cemetary lots monument section Forest Lawn West $2800 or best otter 803-547-5291 2 Cemetery Lots Charlotte Memorial Gardens Entrance garden $1400 531-9095 Marlboro GP Sunday's results from East Rutty ertord NJ 1 Michael Andretti $60781: 2 Nick Mears 666262 3 Too Fab' $50662 4 Arie Luyendyk $44362 5 AJ Foyt 640712 I Emerson Fittipaidi $37062 John Andrei $22000 I Dominic Dobson $24181 Scott Brayton $26362 10 Tony Bettenhausen $20682 11 (As of 7 (km Sunday) James Down 14 Hickory Down 18 Norman Down 22 Mountain Island Down 38 Wylia Down 29 Waimea Down 34 Marion Down 23 Edited by Brad Johnson nmn 05400 Travel 0 a ortunities Doubles Championship: Jennifer CapriatiRos FairbanK Laura Gildemeiste Peru-Kathy Rine Idi 6-4 76 (7-5) CARRIBEAN CRUISE From Fla 5 days4 nights hotel for 2 Gd-691 Plans changed must sell $249 704-956-8614 ONE way ticket Chit to San Fran Aug 8 $125 846-6414 Paul McCartney-13th row center 5 sts 4th row 2 stn 335-8825 4 Lots Sharon Memorial Lot No 166 block 30 Will sell at 12 price 843-422) SHARON Memorial Park 3 grave plots Nego 704-938-4064 Sharon Memorial Park next to "Singing Tower" 375-2233 000 010 000-1 000 400 00x-4 Columbia Gastonia ELI: Paw Creek Caldwell Wrap Up Legion Series Adult Personals 2 Harrier Carrot I Gastonia 2 6 Gastonia 5 Navarro INVITATION FOR BIDS Re-advertisernent Bids Wanted: Sealed proposals will be received by Central Services Division of the City of Charlotte North Carolina in the Contract Section at 531 Soren Street Charlotte NC 28206 until 300 pm on Friday July 20 1990 at which time they will be publicly opened and read for the following: Mint Museum of Art Slate Root Replacement Charlotte NC Proposal forms and scope of work may be Obtained It the office of the City of Charlotte Central Services 531 Sprott Street Charlotte NC Plana and specifications will be On file at the office of the AGC Report Offices and Central Z3tree Division Bidders are advised that thfs contract CO1118016 provisions requiring the contractor to document that sufficient good efforts have been made to provide equal opportunities for minority and women business enterprises to participate in the sub-contracting and material supplies opportunities available under this contract The contractor must insure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race colOr religion Sex or national origin All bidders are hereby notitied that they must have proper licensee under the Slate laws of North Carolina governing their respective trades at the time Of submittal Of bids lp29052628 Readers Many tickets and coupons are not transferrable Some restrictions may apply Buyers should check with the travel carrier before making the purchase IP ER BB SO 8 8 4 3 2 3 7 4 1 1 3 8 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 8 4 3 2 3 7 4 1 1 3 8 2 00001 Columbia Dorn L5-7 Gastonia Rowley W2-1 Rickhardt S4 by Dorn Alt 490 THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER Will accept social ads in the Adult Personal column from private parties Only under the following conditions Kash in advance is required 20niv Observer Box numbers are to be used as point of contact (street addressphone numbers or post office number are not acceptable in the ad) 3Replies to Observer box numbers must be mailed to advertisers Replies cannot be picked up "As strong as he was in the first game we just stayed with in the second game too And he was just as strong again" Post 353 ace Tim Hix relieved Miller in the sixth and retired six of the eight batters for the save Gastonia finished the second game without coach James Parks who was was ejected after contesting a call by base umpire Tom Brown Redskins Vs Falcons Aug 11 S88person incl hotel bus trip football tick Reeves Travel 393-8833 or 1-800-542-8822 1 way tkl Charlotte to Seattle July 20 8200 365-9165 Legal Notices AiioloefrNt CROWDERS mourn 044 colts comzfium $minutrfrt con was AVAILABLE NOW MOUNTAIN 1400-63371729 um010 05-525 0111 0601 Notices 4 Personals Linescores in Update WILL pickup any furn or aPtsl or clothing or discarded automobiles to give to the needy 847-4621 WITNESSES for accident that ocurred July 6 approx 9:15 at intersection of Nations Ford and Tyvola Rd If you can help please call 522-7916 BAHAMAS Grand opening special JSI travel premium coming to Charlotte Cruise to Bahamas Spend 5 davs4 files in hotel accommodations In Freeport 9169couple food taxes Tickets good until 1291 Licensed Bonded No gimmicks 919-783-5095 owsAir mom am 3 Tickets fMYRTLE BEACH'S 2 PREMIER COURSES NOTICE OF ELECTION The Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) county committee election this year will be held on August 16 1990 The ballot below must be filled out detached mailed and received or returned in person to FroHA 700 Tryon Street Charlotte NC 28234 not later then August 16 1990 ti you do not vote in person you should mail your ballot inside a blank envelope marked ballot to ensure a secret ballot This blank envelope should be pieced inside the envelope you use to mall your ballot Your mane and address must be legible on the outer envelope Failure to prOvtde this inicemation eel render your ballot invalid Only one ballot may be voted In person or by mail by any voter Votes in envelopes containing more than one absentee ballot wel not be counted Ballots end envelopes may also be obtained from your local FmHA office The slate of nominees for Mecklenburg County are listed In the ballot below The qualifications of persons voting are described in the "Voter Certification Statement" For further informatIon regarding voting and voter eligibility see the County Office listed above FmHA elections Sr open to all eligible voters Wthout regard to race color religion national origin age politica' affiliation marital status sea andror handicap US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION BALLOT FOR COUNTY COMMITTEE MEMBER Slate of North Carolina County of Mecklenburg Candidatets) Charles A Hunter ONLY VOTE FOR ONE CANDIDATE VOTER CERTIFICATION STATEMENT Subpert of Part 2054 col Title 7 Code of Federal 'Regulations requires that all eligible voters lot FmHA county or area committee elections meet the following eligibility requirements: rat be farmers or spouses Of farmers and (b) have their principal farming operation witNn the county or area for which the election is being held By submitting this ballot I attest that I meet the Criteria to vete Lp28052596 Ethridge 6-52's 3rd row tickets for sale 919967-9584 CAROLINA SHORES GOLF CLUB FREQUENT FLYERS Top SaS Paid For US Air Mileage Call 704-333-1025 By RICHARD WALKER Staff Writer Paw Creek and Caldwell County clinched NC Area IV division titles Sunday afternoon in the American Legion baseball playoffs At West Mecklenburg High Paw Creek Post 353 (24-8) won two 5-0 and 2-1 behind left-hander Todd Miller to eliminate Gastonia Post 23 four game to two in the Eastern Division championship In Granite Falls Caldwell County Post 29 (20-9) beat Kings Mountain Post 155 1-0 behind right-hander Jason Wallace to win the Western Division championship four games to one Paw Creek's championship depends on a decision by Area IV commissioner Jack Moose Gastonia athletic officer Dan Holland filed a protest letter with the $100 fee Sunday night Post 23 is protesting an American Legion pitching rule that says no pitcher can pitch more than 12 innings in a 72-hour period Miller pitched three innings Friday before rains washed away the game then pitched seven innings in Sunday's first game and five more in Sunday's second game A ruling from Moose was expected early this morning If the protest is denied the best-of-seven Area IV championship begins Tuesday at Paw Creek In Sunday's opener Miller (5-2) allowed two infield hits walked none and induced Gastonia into 13 groundouts In the second game Miller allowed three hits one unearned run walked none struck out two and got eight more groundouts in five innings "He pitched 12 great innings" Paw Creek coach Jim Beaty said RIVER OAKS GOLF PLANTATION tk1 Ik116 JANET JACKSON Aug 14 Greensboro NC lst 5 rows Make offer 404859-9958 KISS Concert 725 3rd row 391-2561 MCCARTNEY Lower level floor seats Best offer 536-4452 MUST SELL: New Kids on the Block (Aug 9) 4 good tickets at cost! 803-461-9253 aft 7pm New Kids Tickets 89 704- 788-3979 I MORE GOLF FOR LESS GREEN L61161 I II rfiliTE 1 SALE 1 1 ci In the lacClassified i i i section of The he 1 Charlotte Ob 1 server and a 1 1 1 buyer or seller is as close as the phone The Classifieds give access to huge numbers of people who really want what you have to sell or have what you want to buy That's why anything from a refrigerator to a computer to a moose head sells quickly and Inexpensively through the People's Marketplace Call The People's Marketplace: 377-5555 NM 2 Paul McCartney Tickels for Sunday July 22 Call 525-2341 (2) Paul McCartney tickets Good 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days alter the date of this notice as out forth below to make a Challenge in court or the records or illfOrMiltiOn wttt be made evailabM You may WWI to employ eft attorney 10 repremmt YOU and protect your rights In the event there exists probable cause to believe that you have violated Rest Estate License Law (0 93A) or the Real Estate Commission Rules (21 NCAC SBA) In this matter the records obtained through IMS Subpoena may be used as widows against you In a proceeding which Could result in the suspension Of revocation of your real estate license You may Obtain a copy of the subpoena by malting your written reguael to the North Caroline Real Estate Commission PO Box 17100 Raleigh NC 27819 or by ceiling the Commission at (919) 7334600 This 18th day of July 1990 Miriam Bast Assistant Legal Coursed PO Box 17100 Ralalgili Nit 27819 Lp24082198 Readers Many tickets end cow Pons are not transferrable Some restrictions may 89DIV Buyers should check with the travel carrier before making the 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