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Greenwood, South Carolina
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Wednesday, July 21, 1965
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10 Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C., Wed., July 21, 1965 Courthouse Records (July 13 through July 20) PROPERTY1 TRANSFERS Elizabeth Stockman Darby to . Pierce Stockman Jr one-half interest in lot on Chem- ' .; nd Road, $5, love and affection. Edward Fulenwider .HI to Barton A. Misenheimer, lot on Tavis Avenue, J550 and assumption of mortgage. Ellie B. Faust, Virginia A. Rauton and the County Bank and Virginia A. Rauton, executors of estate of Sara Lee B. A'ajor, to R. C. McDade, lot in Blyth Heights, $800. J. Robert Scoit and Curtis Rcuton to Jimmy S. Moore Jr., 22 acres on Greenwood-Ninety Six highway, $7,000. The Saluca Corp. to Henry R. Berry, Inc., lot in Pinehurst, $1750. s' Richard Sprowl to John L. Sorowl, one acre at Bradley, $100. Greenwood Memorial Gardens to Mr. or Mrs. I. E. Madden, lot, $225. Ruth P. Ridenhour to Henry F. Pinson, right, title and in- est in lot on East Laurel Road, $5, love and affection. William R. Young to W. B. Edwards and Mary W. Ed-' ards, lot in Druid Hills, $4,334.93 and assumption of mortgage. Anne S. Lawton to Gladys W. Holloway, five acres near Cor-onaca, $3,000. .vlary B. Heironimus to Travis B. Stevenson Jr., lot on Spnng Street, $22,000. E. W. McJunkin to John H Lott and Nannette P. Lott, lot in Belle Meade, $4,400 and as sumption of mortgage. Bertha O. Patrick to C. Dar- rell Floyd, two lots on highway 221 north, $11,250. Ralph E. Bozard and Betty L. Bozard to Mrs. Mattie A. Hartzog, lot on Sidney Drive, $2,415. Lucia McLees Groves Mercer to Earl T. Groves, Miriam Groves Bassett, Jean Groves Dixon and David M. Groves, 57.38 acres bounded by Redden, Mayer and Coleman lands, $1. Jack Lawrence, trustee, to W. R. Craven, lot in Druid Hills, $2,150. W. A. Dunn to Florence jwe, lot on Duncan Avenue, $2,412.44 nad assumption of ..lortgage. Tommy O. Jones, executor of ill of Mrs. Jessie Emert McMillan, to J. Willie Giles, strip ,1 Davis Road, $150. Mrs. Annie Lee Werts to "lyde Waites and Mrs. Dora Sue Werts Waites, one acre on highway 34, $5, love and affection. W. L. Jolly to trustees of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church strip adjoining church property, $150. Mrs. Laura Hopkins Stalnak-er to Frank P. Jones Jr., lot near Ware Shoals, $5 and other considerations. Mrs. G. L. Graham to Frank f. jones jr., one acre near Ware Shoals, $5 and other con siderations. Gray E. Moore Jr. to Eliza beth W. Shingler, lot on Elm C'jurt, $4,000. Julia K. Moseley to Fred C. Owen and Nora Belle Owen, lot in Ninety Six, $14,000. Benjamin Freeman to Robert Wayne Brooks, 43 acres near Callison, $5,400. H. E. Rush to James D. Benjamin, lot on Edgefield Street, $1,500. C. T. McDade to Howard Cook and Frances G. Cook, lot in Blyth Heights, $1,300. Mrs. Mary Alice Hackett Hawes to Erlese Hackett Bell, right, title and one-tenth interest in 103.6 acres in Promised Land section, $359. J. D. Nicholson to Sumter B. Smith, lot on Hillside Drive, $200. W. Bruce Ezell to Charley Conway, five acres near Ninety six, w.uuu. A. M. Hawks and Mrs. Ruby B. Hawks to William B. Cole man, 1.10 acres near Cokes-bury, $100. Amory M. Hawks to Mrs. Ruby B. Hawks, one-half interest in W2 acres near Cokes-bury, $5, love and affection. United Construction Co., Inc., to William G. Roche, lot in Belle Meade, $2,000 and assumption of mortgage. Austin R, McElhaney, probate judge and ex-officio mas ter, to Ruby Hill D. Barksdale, lot on Square, $118,250, high bid in case of Douglas Featherstone and Harvey W. Johnson, ex ecu tors of will of Carl D. Barks-dale, against Gladys B. Gil- man, G. Roy Barksdale, J Hugh Barksdale and C. Bruce Barksdale. Watson Gambrell to Ozie Lee Allen, three acres at Cokesbury, $900. James H. Patrick to Bertha O. Patrick, 3.75 acres in Andrew Chapel section, $2,625 and assumption of mortgage. Ralph H. Echols to W. A Dunn, lot on Bond Street, $1,759 and assumption of mortgage. United States of America, Forest Service, to A. M. Tuck, 108.10 acres at Verdery, exchange of property. J. S. McNeill to Joseph A. and Sandra C. Ginn, lot at Ninety Six, $1,750. James Robert Butler and Susie Mae T. Butler to W. A. Dunn, lot on Truett Street, $872.98 and assumption of mortgage. Lila W. Luqulre to C. M. Luquire and W. W. Luquire, 39 1-3 acres on state highway 67, $3 and premises. Jamei C. Free, Ben D, Free and Mrs. Dorothy F. Dominick to John W. Mclnttre and Mrs. Betty W. Mclntlre, two lots at lake Greenwood, $2,200. "Coleman Realty Co. to John Thomas Abrams and Diane B m.'ft in. Lakeland Vil" Elaine Hall Timmerman to Henry I. Quarles and Doris S. Quarles, 1.17 acres on state highway 58, $1,500. Lawrence M. Corley and Bettv R. Corley to Luther M. Wiley and Etheline C. Wiley, two lots in Westridge, $1,700. MARRIAGE LICENSES Bennie Carl Graveley and Bobbie Jo Segars, both of Greenwood. Otis Wayne Peurifoy, Cor- ortaca, and Sarah Ivie, Greenwood. Don Wayne McCormick and Carolyn Leether Wilkerson, both of Ware Shoals. John Ernest Wham, Abbe ville, and Ella Collins Vines, Ninety Six. Joseph Walter Ouzts, Ninety Six, and Sidney Ayers Cliatt, Greenville. Jerry Wayne Fuller, Ninety Six, and Rebecca Ann Gunnells, Greenwood. Harry Edward Munnerlyn and Brenda Sue Gregg, both of Greenwood. Grover C. Taylor and Mary Strickland, both of Greenwood. Thomas Rufus Holloway Jr., Greenwood, and Alice Rozetta Lyerly, Cleveland, N.C. Thomas Dane Gordon. Green ville, N.C, and Julia Kay Mon roe, oreenwood. David Coleman and Eliza Ann Williams, both of Greenwood. Mackson Anty, Donalds, and Patricia Ann Dean, Greenwood. Martin Leslie" Leary and Sandra Gale Merritt, both of Greenwood. Robert Neal and Inelle Brown, both of Greenwood. DIVORCES Marian Frances Brown Rear-den and William E. Rearden. Fate Lipford and Ida Rearden Lipford. Bessie Blackwell Moseley and Charlie Moseley. Milbre S. Crawford and Frank H. Crawford. Goldberg Unpacks, Prepares For New Duties WASHINGTON (AP) Ar thur J. Goldberg, a justice with his suits and his certioraris all packed for a working vacation in the Virgin Islands, unpacked today and prepared to step into his new assignment as ambassador to the United Nations. "I'd rather the President hadn't asked me," said the jurist named to succeed Adlai E. Stevenson, "but I will do my best." The dynamic, up-from-pover- ty Supreme Court justice, former labor lawyer and whirlwind secretary of labor, held a news conference Tuesday to explain why he heeded the summons from President Johnson. "I responded -to the call of duty," he said simply. But it was his wife, black-haired Dorothy, an abstract painter of professional standing, who put the situation in more poignant words. "Say all the Jewish prayers, say all the Hail Marys, say all the Protestant prayers for us," she implored reporters. "We will need them all. I am mourning for Adlai. We are Koine into something new. i don't know the first thing about this, but I am sure Arthur will know. When Goldberg was named to the Supreme Court three years ago by President John F. Ken nedy, Goldbergs wife exclaimed in tearful joy: "It's an American dream come true. Tuesday she was more articulate than the usually articulate Goldberg in voicing their joint regret at leaving the Supreme Court. "The law is holv," she said. "Those marble halls were not just a high tribunal. They were a sanctuary." It was Mrs. Goldberg who disclosed that the Goldbergs had called off, at least temporarily, their vacation in St. Thomas, the Virgin Islands. He had packed to take along all his working papers, including appli cations for writs of certiorari, which if granted mean bringing cases of national importance before the Supreme Court As for Goldberg himself, he simply pledged that he would pursue his U.N. duties in strictly nonpartisan fashion, aiming To Reduce Crime Nationwide Restrictions Needed, McLeod Says WASHINGTON (AP) Na - tionwide restrictions on the sale of guns are necessary if crime is to be reduced, says South Carolina Atty. Gen. Daniel R. McLeod. McLeod was one of several witnesses testifying Tuesday be fore a Senate Judiciary subcom mittee. He said South Carolina has adequate gun laws, but fed eral controls are needed in some areas, especially for mail order weapons. McLeod said pistols are used more by criminals in his state than are rifles. He cited a case of a man who imported pistols, converted them to shoot .22 calibre bul- lets, and sold them by mail in I f" '"" ' 1 VLI ""' tm,.mrmmmmnmuw.wn, .n.nui,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,. mm,m,mm mm,,.) "', i . "t -,mrm uzmz r-1 ' '' 4, . "WELCOME" WELCOMED The newly arrived U.S. Coast Guard cutter "Point Welcome" cruises along the South Vietnamese coast off Da Nang. The "Welcome" and seven sister cutters, armed and radar-equipped, are beefing up Vietnamese and U.S. Navy efforts to prevent infiltration of Communist troops and weapons into South Viet Nam by sea. Major Buildup In Guard Officials Propose Using Volunteers To Meet Troop Needs WASHINGTON (AP) Na-Guardsmen and reservists in 90 to about 130 a month, and "'""thern line of Lot No. 19 of tional Guard officials have pro-!transPort units, if a decision is have been maintained at that'Kathwood Subdivision; thence posed using volunteers to meetmade t0 cal1 up such farces- ,leveI since- iSnfgM?,?M- 'ine f !"! N' ;naeaA L j Q;,J The mission of the Guard pi-: Many of these flights have! ' said subdivision a d;stance increased troop and cargo a.r , wouW fae o ad taken ard planps to60kinawa of 1800 feet - to the north- transport needs growing out of military carg0 t() the Far Eastj the Philippines and elsewhere in westerly right of way line of any major buildup in Viet Nam,; or to take over some of the oth- the Far East. j Laurel Road; thence along the it was learned today. jer routes flown by the Military: Guard planners believe the norJhwesterly right of way line Authorities said they believe enough Guard pilots and air crews would volunteer to do the job. The proposal would reduce the need to order Air Guard transport outfits into active fed-i eral service, sources said. The Air Force has told the Defense Department it may need as many as 20,000 Air GOLDBERG PICKED Supreme CourVsociciate Justice Arthur Goldberg, center, receives congratulations 'from Secretary of State Dean Rusk and President Johnson after the President's surprise announceemnt that he was to succeed the late Adlai Stevenson as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Up to the moment of the announcement speculation had centered on Rusk as the likeliest nominee. aiways for world peace. To most commentators, President Johnson's selection of Goldberg to succeed Stevenson came as a surprise. The common explanation today was that Goldberg established a reputation, in labor negotiations, us a man with unerring instinct for finding "areas of accommodation" without surrendering principle. No target date has been set for Goldberg to take over his new post. The Senate must consider the appointment first. Speculation was what is technically known as rife today as to Goldberg's successor on the Supreme Court. But such specula- . : .... r. : lion is uieuy mine in uie of President Johnson, a man full of surprises. Names mentioned include Thurgood Marshall, Negro battler for civil rights who was recently plucked from a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and nominated for solicitor general of the United States, and Patricia Harris, a vivacious Negro lady, nominated to be ambassador to Luxembourg. ,this country T . I 1 ,n Ln n nS ii vcu , a vc , popular muraer weapon in soum Carolina " McLeod said Carolina, McLeod said. TO RETIRE LEBANON, Conn. (AP) - CaroVi I Ahll Dfi is oninrr tfllrnrroi't i tha host nf mv knOWlOQCe anQ Deiiei. retire as town clerk, effective Jan. 1 ending a 73-year tradi tion of family service. The town clerk post has been in the Abell family since 1892. That's when Miss Abell's father, Charles, first took the office. Miss Abell's mother served as assistant town clerk from 1892 until 1918, when she died. Then Miss Abell became assistant. When her father died in 1930, Miss' Abell became clerk. ' r - '? ,'4' ; .UJ. -' 11 1 illmrimirii , 11 . -,IM,,ii- - tn, " r rii 1 mil m immiihiiihi wiiiinaain Viet Nam Alr Iransport Service so it could devote more of its planes t0 tne a'rl'ft to Viet Nam. The Air Guard has 25 heavy transport squadrons numbering some 200 nlanes. As part of their training, Air iGuard transport crews have been flying overseas for years, About four months ago, these missions increased from about LEGAL Report Of Condition Of BANK OF HODGES of Hodges in the State of South Carolina at the Close of Business on June 30th, 1965 ASSETS Cash, balance with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $272,734.39 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 197,670.42 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 40.675.00 Loans and discounts (including $3.06 overdrafts) .... 403,205.48 Bank premises owned $3,938.10, furniture and fixtures $7,819.42 11,757.52 Other assets 1.7D5.86 TOTAL ASSETS i I iarii Demand d its of individuais and corporations Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 115,192.14 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 775.34 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 231,692.59 Certified and officers' checks, etc 90.10 TOTAL DEPOSITS $809,348.85 (a) Total demand tieposits $474,156.71 (b) Total time and savings deposits $335,192.14 Other liabilities 231.36 'TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 Surplus 25.000.00 Undivided profits 42,293.42 Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 965 04 i TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....$118,258.46 iTOTAI LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..$927,838.67 , MEMORANDA - . . ,, i:uiiitinc anH for nthpr Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and tor otner !purp()Ses (including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) $238,345.42. I, W. V. Bagwell, Vice Pres. & Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and w. t. uagwtu Correct Attest: James B. Thomas Francis C. Grier W. D. Tinsley Directors State of South Carolina, County Swnrn to and subscribed before and I hereby certify that I am bank. Alice W. Terry, -Notary Public My commission expires at pleasure of Governor. 1(21)1965 real need for their transport would come in any buildup ; phase, when troops and caigo would go to Viet Nam in num- bers and bulk, After the U.S. forcp was built up. the planners say, the job ofiwa.v of Laurel Road; thence sustaining them although j considerably higher than before f could be handled by the regu- lar MAIS air tleet NOTICE $927,838.07 itii.'C $461,598.68 $809,580.21 of Greenwood: me this 12th day of July, 1965 not an officer or director of this IEGAI NOTICE ORDER AND NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION State of South Carolina, County of Greenwood. Pursuant to certification from the City Council of the City of Greenwood. South Carolina, the Greenwood Commission of Elections that Petition for Annexation has been signed by more than twenty-five (25) per cent of the freeholders of the area hereinafter described, requesting elections for the purpose of determining whether such area shall be annexed to the City of Greenwood, South Carolina. The undersigned Commissioners of Elections of Greenwood County hereby order a referendum to be held within the proposed area to be annexed simultaneous with an election to be held within said area and within the corporate limits of the City of Greenwood, South Carolina, all on the same date, namely Sept. 14, 1965 on the question of the extension of the corporate limits of the City of Greenwood by annexation of the area proposed to be annexed. The area proposed to be annexed to the City of Greenwood, South Carolina, is described as follows: Beginning at a point 200 feet north of Highway 72 By-Pass where the present city limits intersects with Sample Branch, thence along the centerline of Sample Branch in a northerly direction to a point where said Branch intersects with Stal-naker Spring Branch and the ot Laurel Road in a northeast erly direction approximately 700 feet to a point where a line 233 feet northeast and parallel to SC. Highway No. 24-268 intersects with rieht of !alon8 sai" line which is 233 feet northeast and parallel to centerline of S.C. Highway No. 24-268 a distance of 2,000 feet f to the intersection of Rocky Creek; thence alone the centerline of Rocky Creek in a southwesterly direction to a point where the present city imits intersects with Rockv Creek; thence along present city limits which is 200 feet north of centerline of sr Highway No. 27 By-Pass eastward to the point of beginning. ine rererendum and the e ec- tion hereby ordered to be held within the area proposed to be annexed to the City of Greenwood as described above shall be held at the following desig- naieu piaces: J. L. Leary Store Bldg., Laurel Road. The managers of said referendum and election in said proposed area to be annexed are hereby designated and appointed as follows: Mr. John D. Colson Mrs. Harold Charles Mrs. C. Heyward Turner Mrs. J. L. Leary Mrs. Sara Cogburn The election hereby ordered to be held within the corporate limits of the City of Greenwood on the question of such exten sion of the corporate limits of said City by the annexation of the territory proposed to be annexed, shall be conducted in the usual voting places as des ignated neiow, and the man lagers of election for each box are hereby designated and appointed as follows: Ward One Blake School, Phoenix Street Mr. Eddie Vaughn Miss Lucille Warner Mrs. W. H. Norman Mrs. Calvin Norman Ward Two Town House (Glenhaven) Store Building, New Market Street Mr. J. W. Hughey Mrs. E. P. Norwood Mrs. Raymond Smith Ward Three Greenwood Recreation Center, Sproles Street Mrs. James Bobo Mrs. P. E. Duvall Mrs. A. H. Jester Mrs. Blanche Kearn Ward Four Rear Mundy Wash, Reynolds Street Mr. Frank Chapman Mrs. H. M. Underwood Mrs. Howard Parker Mrs. H. D. Munnerlyn Ward Five Old Library Building, Monument Street Mrs. Ray McGee Miss Louise Burnett Miss Blanche Seymour Ward Five Greenwood Mill Community Center, Jackson Street Miss Fronia Nash Mrs. H. L. Bolton Mr. H. L. Bolton Ward Six Panola at Central Baptist Ch. Educational Bldg., First Street Mr. L. R. Mosteller Mr. M. L. Hopkins Mrs. E. M. Brown Ward Six Mathews Community Center, Corner Church and Kirksey Drive Mrs. P. B. Bryan Mr. Paul Owings Mr. D. E. Cooper The polls shall be opened at eigni a.m. and closed at si p.m. and shall be held oneil during these hours without in termission or adjournment. It is further ordered that at least sixty (60) days notice of such referendum and election shall be given prior to September 14, 1965 by publication of the time and place for the holding of the same in The Greenwood Index-Journal, a newspaper of general circulation within the corporate lim- its of the City of Greenwood LEGAL NOTICE and within the territory proposed to be annexed thereto. The question to be voted upon at such election snail whether or not the area de-i scribed above shall be an- tn"f,t turTrrZi exed to the Gty of Greenwood extension of the cor porate limits thereof to include such area. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 25th day of June, 1965. C. J. Brabham W. D. Owings E. L. DeVore Commissioners of Election for Greenwood County. 7(7-14-21-28) 9(13)1965 CITATION OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION The State of South Carolina, County of Greenwood In the Court of Probate WHEREAS, Clara Turner Cobb and James Ray Turner made suit to me to grant Jack R. Thompson Letters of Admin istration of the t-state ana et fects of Mrs. Ruth Garrett Turner THESE ARE THEREFORE, to cite and admonish all and singular the Kindred and Cred itors of the said Mrs. Ruth Garrett Turner, deceased, that they be and appear before me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at GREENWOOD, SOUTH CAROLINA, on 2nd August Next, after publication hereof, I at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, i to show cause, if any they have, why the said Administra tion should not be granted. GIVEN under my hand, this 19th day of July, Anno Domini 1965. Austin R. McElhaney, Judge of Probate 7(21-28)1965 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING CASH PRICES CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS IS WORDS One Day Per Word .09 rhree Days Per Word .14 Six Days Per Word .20 Seventh Day Free Minimum $1.35 Month 15 Words $11.25 Double Rate for 10 PL Classified Display $1.70 Phone OR 3-1411 Ads will be taken over phone between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m. and noon Saturdays to be published the next diy The Index-Journal will not be responsible for any merchandise sold by reason of errors in ad vertisements. 1 Lost & Found WIENERAMER - Male, silver- blue, picked up on Square. Owner may claim at Humane Society. Boy's bicycle missing in Magnolia Street area. Red and white, trainer wheels. Reward OR 5-6127. 3 Apartments Furn. FOR RENT furnished apartment, 3 rooms. No children. no pets. BA 9-2037. 4 Apartments Unfurn. tTothsTde APARTMENTS k 1 AND 2 BEDROOMS We Furnish k WATER RANGE - GAS HEATERS $10 To $12 Weekly OR 9-9521 PRIVATE three room downstairs unfurnished apartment. Couple, no pets. 424 Grace Street. BA 9-3186. 6 Houses For Rent THREE bedroom brick house, 405 Long; Avenue. $85 per month. Long Realty Company, OR 9-1G36. 5 ROOM house for rent. Available August 1st. BA 3-7778 call after six. Houses for Rent in Ninety Six, 4 & 5 Rooms. Dunn Builders OR 9-1011 9 Rooms For Rent FOR RENT. 1 bedroom, private bath. Call OR 9-9280. SIDE GLANCES 'Donna has the soul of a a seasnen ana near 1 . tA3-rx I 7-3-1 IHI,N.Ut TM lH Ul t CM 1 13-A -Resort Rentals FOR RENT - Lake cabin, furnished, three bedroom, $80.00 a week Call BA 3-8255. coTTAGES-Windy Hill Beach -vacancies after July 14th. write or call A. Z Wesslnger, Saluda, HI 5-3791 alter 8 p.m. 14 Rentals Misc. FOR RENT - Silver serving pieces Candelabras Linens, etc For reservations call OR 3. 4593 15 Homes For Sale 5 ROOM brick duct neat. Mathews. Pay equity ana assume mortgage. OR 8-4393 after 5 6-ROOM Brick Total Electric two baths. Call S. R. msnop OR 8-5611 after 4. FOR SALE New three bedroom brick home in city limits. Will accept 5 room mill house at Harris Plant or Mathews Mill on trade. OR 9-1011. Dunn's Builders. NINETY SIX SPECIAL - four room brick home, completely refinished inside and out $300 down, payments $55 per month, including Insurance and tax. Move today no payments until June Call Dunn Builders OR 9-1011. ONE nice three bedroom home, large living room, kitchen and den combination, IVi baths, carport, on large lot, Wood-lawn Subdivision. Price $12,-995. Long Realty Co. Inc. OR 9-1636, night OR 9-1916. FOUR Room House on Lebanon Church Rd. For Sale $4,000, Sacrifice. Call BA 9-3822. SIX room house, Spring Valley, two baths, built-in range and oven, gas duct heat, carport. Dunn's Builders, OR 9-1011. OAK HAVEN COURT - nine room house, three baths, two kitchens. $12,632. Dunn's Build-ers. OR 9-1011. NO CASH INVOLVED IF you own a 5 room mill house. Choice location, beautifully landscaped lot. This home has large fenced In back yard. Can be yours with no closing cost by assuming this GI loan. Dunn's Builders, OR 9-1011. LAKE HOME IDEAL water front lot, two bedrooms, large den-kitchen combination, $6,850. Dunn's Builders. OR 9-1011. HOUSE for sale, located at 1119 Phoenix St. 7 room, good condition $5,000. Call BA 9-1648 after 4:30 p.m. FIVE room brick house, central heat, near Northside, Merry-wood Schools, FHA loan approved. OR 9-5981. BY OWNER 6 room brick house l'i baths, 209 Penn Ave. Shown by appointment call OR 9-0647 between 8 & 5. 6 ROOM brick house 1,700 sq. it. living area, 1 year old, $14,700. Will consider large lot on trade. Call BA 9-2225 after 5. 15-A-For Sale To Colored COLORED LOTS AVAILABLE in new FHA Approved Sub-Division Liberal financing available on approved credit DUNN BUILDERS OR 9-1011. NEW HOUSE 5 Room Brick Veneered, Gas space heater & Gas Hot water. Located on Giles Ave. Priced for quick Sale. Carl Snipes BA 9-1400. 16 Lots For Sale FOR SALE Lots in Golding Acres. One acre or more $995. Terms available $25 down. 1.8 miles from city limits on Marshall Rd. Call OR 8-3943. NICE Size lot For Sale at Wood-field, $1,000.00. Telephone OR 9-5056. FOR SALE - 3 Lots and 1 bedroom trailer at Green Acres Development Lake Greenwood, $850. Ralph McGaha 276-1026. Newberry. 19 Farms For Sale FOR SALE: Farm Home, other buildings. 65 acres with creek and springs. All kinds saw timber and pulpwood. School bus by door. Located Route 1, Ware Shoals, Poplar Springs community. G. B. Elledge, Telephone GL 8-3373 Ware Shoals, S.C. 20 Real Estate 3 Bedroom brick home, furnished, on Lake Greenwood. For information call John R. Kay, Ware Shoals GL 6-7411 ext 222 between 8 & 4 after 4 GL 6-2307. 21 Landscaping COMPLETE landscaping top soil fill dirt, stone, bulldozer work, basements dag;. Bob Mo-Cord, BA 9-1283. By Gill Fox romantic. She can listen to ' Lawrence Welk! ' j

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