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Gaffney, South Carolina
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Monday, June 16, 1986
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FOR SALE: Snore pro-master miier. 8 channel powered 20Ax2 stereo mtier used only in church. Dual equalizers, reverb, patching panel. For more information call 4W-8050. FOR SALE: Topsoil. 15 tons, $120. Red dirt, 15 tons, ISO. Call collect 7M-482-4532. GOAT MILK: Farm fresh, grade "A" milk available. For information call 839-2152. KILL PESTSI To ei- terminate roaches, fleas, fire ants, rats, and other pests, Enforcer Products are the strongest you can buy. Guaranteed! Available at Buford Street True Value Hardware and Ace Hardware. NEW HANDGUNS and ammunition and reloading supplies. Licensed dealer. 489-0268. PFALFSGRAFF VILLEGE china: Eight 5-pc. place setting plus saltipepper and sugar creamer. Beige. $100 for all. Call 487-4550 after 7 00b m. QUAIL EGGS for sale: Day old birds, 35' each. 489-1505 or 489 8227. TOP SOIL: 9 ton load. $55. Field dirt, $35. Robert Hammett Construction. 489-1513 or 489-0475 alter 7 OOp m. WEDDING DRESS like new. Long white satin with lace and satin bows. Size 14 Originally price $365, asking $150 or best offer. Call Pam at 489-1607. 1976 13' GOLDEN NUGGETT: Sleeps I, fully contained. Like new. $4800. 489-7678 1985 CAMPER: Like new 31V Shasta. AC, 20' awning. Ideal for beach or mountain summer home. New list price, $20,000. Sacrifice for $14,900 1-244-7317. BIG SALE at Bargain Building Materials. Hwy. 176 West, Spartanburg, SC. 578 4900. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 00-600; Sat., 00-2:00. Shingles, $15.99 sq., roll roofing, $8 99, roofing felt (4 Sq.), $7.99; hardboard siding, (4x8 coveragel, $5 88; Vt" plywood, $5.49 $6 99 ( 4-ply); H" plywood, $6 99; $8 49, 4" plywood, S 99 110 99; hardboard (48), $3 99; I2"xl6' lap siding, $4 99, doors, $6.95 up; 36" exterior steel pra-hung doors unit, $99 9 5, fiberglass tub showers, $149 95; new stock of cabinets lust arrived. Treated and regular lumber at low prices. We sell brand new building materials af bargain prices. ATTENTION CABINET and furniture makers: Cabinet grade plywood. 'A" to 1". Various woods. Priced cheap. Bargain Building Materials, Spartanburg. S C. 578-4900. COUNTRY OUTLET: Whitlock Lake ftd., JonesviMe, S C. Clothes and shoes for entire family. Compare our prices for the best deals. L.F.P.I.N.C." Here a Proof, Dinettes 3 pc. $79, 5-pc. S99. 7 pc. $139, all wood 4 pc. bedroom suite, $299, 8 pc. Den-L.R. lull $399 Th Original Furniture. Outlat of Hickory, N.C. Across from Ramada Inn. Hrs. 9 to 7 Dally, 1to 6 Sun. BROWNS BUTCHER SHOP: 202 Cherokee Street, Blacksburg, S C. Phone 839-4125. "We want to meat your needs." COGGINS MOBILE home moving will move mobile homes. Floors, doors, and window repairs, tie down. Contact Jim Coggins, 489-4076 or Larry Childers, 487-5171. DRIVEWAYS: Grading, gravel or concrete. Call Gaffney Landscaping Co., 489-3980 for free estimates. EARLY 1:30 AM. worship Sundays at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Regular worship, 10:30a.m. LEAKY ROOFt: Call "The Professionals You Can Trust To Do The Job Right!". Farley Construction Company, 489-1705 or 489-1623, night emergency. NEED MONEY FOR personal and confidential loans? Call Security Finance, 489-0643. Applications by phone. PAINTING INSIDE and out: Repair most anything around the house: Floors, roofs. Build and repair decks. Free estimates. Call anytime 489-8731. 3 PIEDMONT LAND SCAPING of Gaffney Front end loader and dump truck work. 10 tons till-in dirt, $35 Toney Spencer, 489-3408 PLUMBING, ELECTRIC repair and odd job service Call day 489-4351 8, 487-5525 or nights 489-4351. Fast and dependable service. REMODELING, ROOM ADOITIONS, decks, masonry, trailers underpinned. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Weygandt Construction, 839-4231 nights, 936-7659 days. SUBSTATION II: For that special occasion call for prices on our subs and trays!! 1201 Baker Blvd. 489-7827. SUE'S STYLING SALON Sizzling Super Summer Specials. Call Sue or Joanie. Free conditioner with service. 500 S. Logan. 487-2261. TREE SERVICE: Trim, top and remove trees. Gaffney owned and operated. Free estimates, reasonable rates. 24 hour service. 487-4576. GAFFNEY LANO-SCAPINS CO. (formerly Grants) Tree Service. Landscape design, cross ties and timber work. Front end loader and dump truck. Complete lawn care services. Reasonable prices, professional results. FULLY INSUREDIor your protection. For estimates call 489-3980. WILL DO PAINTING, inside and outside. Reasonable prices. Also small repair lobs. Free estimates. 489-0008 anytime. SPRING SPECIAL 1 TON MOBILE HOME AIR CONDITIONER INSTALLED 11,09 Spartanburg Haating t Cooling Call S7S-7220 MOSS APPLIANCE SERVICE Strvxetng all major appliances. 489-6200-Wny Mo$ AIR CONDITION SPECIAL New energy efficient heal pumps installed 3-ton. $2495. Spartanburg Heating t Coolli ng Call 578-7220 Solas I Sarvica Witkini-Watson Hardware 101$ Baker llvd. 4I9-M04 uiiiiiiiniinuinf CONCRETE STEPS "On Day Strvicm" Concrete Pipe Concrete Block Stepping Stones Splash Blocks LIPSCOMB CONSTRUCTION CO 913 Limestone 489-8383 IT Miiwr and IntlaW llimilllllllllllal RM REEVES CONSTRUCTION -Specializing in--decks--porches--painting--room additions-Free estimates 18 yr. experience 489-0769 COIN 4 STAMP GALLERY rar Buying and MUng gold, elver, imn. hjti school rings. wedding bends, diamonds, lonsgn curancy. AM), bsaitsa cards For tie ssnous ooascn or tor tfvj swsstor San your dvJOrer. on a holioy Hat enjoyable sno oroDUDM. Ws Honor si eant is. We sm cany i aou ,wty . Slop by. donl have lwesmslyjloryou. CCHtt S STAMP OJUXIITT mil. MAM ST. aAKTAneoita,s.c. 09-T-J4ai Af. REYNOLDS CONSTRUCTION CO. GRADING e CLEARING BASEMENTS fOUl "VOS uuu ISEPTC TANKS INSTALLED A REPAIRED L06CAT WORK TRENCHING DUMP TRUCK MAUUWU Frsn Eatlmaf a 1459-3071 1 1 BoiSOO Qaftney ac JSO40 if No Am 489-8580 Si r - ' - r - 'i.i. - . - r i Don't Move IMPROVE! Kitchens, Baths Room Additions. . . Frc Estimates We arrange Financing. Licensed & Bonded LAVENDER CONSTRUCTION 513 N. Limestone 489 3477 We're Keyed To Your Need Emergency Openngs Msw Key Systems -Corrtonaoon CnangM Dodtjoo Installed Sate npa BILL'S LOK&KEE 1 05 W. Frederick St. LOCKS KEYS SAFES BILL BLANTON 469-6261 r"'?iiiiiiii! Kiig i 114 PONTIAC CATA-LINA classic. Excellent condition. 419-689. )7 FORD TRUCK: F250 longbed with sleeper. Just painted, side rails, AM-FM radio, power booster, equalizer, 17,000 miles. $3500. 417-2390. 1971 GRAN PRIX: Good condition. 52,000 489-7678 1979 CHEVROLET ESTATE wagon lor sale. One owner, all options. Very good condition. $1950 487- 4495 1980 FORO: 1 ton F350 Steel flatbed truck cyl. engine. In excellent condition S4500 487-5140. 1980 TOYOTA COROLLA for sale. AC, AM-FM radio 12500 487-3723. 1984 FORO RANGER: V- s. 5-speed, PS, PB, AC, Fiberglass campertop, excellent condition S5800 489-2380 NORTHWEST AUTO AUCTION welcome dealers and public every Monday night 7 30 p.m. Hwy. 18 S. between Gaffney and Jonesville 803-489-2435 or 704-394-0326. Benson-Bishop PantUr-Bukk-GMC Inc. 1411 N. UneiMu SI. 487-4227 KAfl ' KOUNTRV Hiahway110 Cowpens SC 463-4298 I Wholesale & Retail be. Mori. -Sat; . lei 9 a m. -6 p m. J .... 231 J N. limeitene St 1 Phone 489 0000 CADILLAC SALES and SERVICE Excellent Trade ln$ ROGERS Pontiac-CadiUac-Buick 208 W. Dixon Blvd. Shelby, N.C. 704-487-6364 l:W-lWiil:M1lg Hsl U' FIBERGLASS boat and trailer, no motor, boat needs repair 1400 4t9-2310. iL. MAKE MORE MONEYI Earn weekly commissions with our Profitable Line ol Advertising Calendars, Pens, Caps, and Jackets. Helpful sales Ideas, a Toll-Free Message center and other great selling tools. All while being your own boss. No Investment. No Collections. Full or Part Time. Our 77th Year. Write Kevin Peska, NEWTON MFG. COMPANY, DEPT. O 2535, Newton, Iowa 50201 FOR THE BEST sun tan In South Carolina with no sun, no heat, no sweat call LaFemme Gatee. 4M-I1I0. For ladies only. Tanning guaranteed or your money back. L, r TRUCK INOUSTRY is Booming!: Charlotte Truck Driver School. Charlotte. N C. 1-800-222-6407. ANYONE WISHING TO DUMP FILL material -dirt, block, brick (no trash) in Corinth Community call 417 -40 54. BOOTH RENTAL available at beauty salon. If interested please call 489-1724. DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS: Monday's paper, Friday by 11 00. Wednesday's paper, Tuesday by II 00. Friday's paper, Thursday by 11:00. 121 per word 1st issue, II' per word each consecutive issue Yard Sales must be paid in advance. Tram to baa TRAVEL AGENT TOUR GUIDE AIRLINE RESERVATIONS Ban u an MsWpefVire TrarsoniM tn computtr twrnmnO, Tarwrnotm framing menc-ei es.e-.e6te Joe liiinnniiwiiii'w Neiiwe U4P.a CALL AC T TRAVEL SCHOOL 1-800-327-7728 NHSC ABORTION? What's Right?? Christ Said... "It Is btm lo Um iIiai MlllslOXI IM UM,ld AlxXit His Mtk, And Mt ii wo 'i1 . ihan kt skicld oIIin1 oni ol ihisi hull oms " Uki 17 2 THE JOB YOU AlWAYS WANTED CAN BE YOURS.. TRAIN AT HOME IN YOUR SPARE TIME! MEN 8 WOMEN, earn lugb salaries m private or government work .. Let our 37 yrs n-paneno show you howl CM. 1 -600-524-2919. or wrUt induds phone no to' Notional Training Svc. Inc. Box SOS, Voorhees, N J 3 HO MPIMNCl NCSDtOI CM Toll Free Anylimt 1-800-334-1 203J ' NOW ENROLLING children for 1st and 2no ihftti and lummer day camp. Happy Time Child Development Center, 300 N. Logan. 487-7323. NOTICI OF PUBLIC HIARINQ Notice it hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on July 21, me at S IS P m at the City Administration Building, 103 N. Limestone Street, Gaffney, S C. for the purpose o( hearing any obiections to a re-lontng request of Judy P Clary of the following described property ALL that certain piece, parcel or lot t land lying and being situated in the western part of the Ctty ot Oatfney. Cherokee County, South Carolina, on the southeastern side of W Smith Street, more particularly described as follows, BEGINNING at a stake on W Smith Street, Harold Tindall's corner, and running with his line, N 50 E. 12 feet to a stake on Curtis Tindatrs back line thence S. 37 f M feet toe stake, thence S 39 W. Ul feet to a stake at W Smith Street: thence with said Street, N 33-40 W. 117 feet to the beginning corner containing 51, 7H square teet more or less. This is the Identical property conveyed to Nesbitt N Osment by deed of Janette Duncan, dated march , IMS, and recorded in the office ot the Clerk of Court tor Cherokee County, S C. in Deed Book D, at page 237 A plat of the property along with the petition tor re-ionlng is on file in the office of the Building Inspector tor the City of Gaffney and available for inspection by any interested per-son(s). The property IS outlined in red on the loning map on file in the office of the Building inspector. The request is tor re-toning form H4 to G C. Any freeholder who wishes to obiect or protest shall file written protest with the City Building Inspector or City Clerk not later than five (S) days before the data of the hearing as set forth above City of Geffny Planning And Zoning Commission Published June 16, and July 2. 19U NOTICI OP IALI BY VIRTUE of a Decree and Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale of the Court of Common Pleat for Cherokee County, granted In the case of New York acres, more or lest. Derivation Deed Book 12-Gat page 43 TERMS OF SALE : The successful bidder, other than the plaintiff, will deposit with the Special Master, at conclusion of the bidding, five percent (54, of hit bid, in cash or equivalent, as evidence of good faith, tame to be applied to purchase price in case of compliance, but to be forfeited and applied fr:t to costs and then to plaintiffs debt In the case of noncompliance. Should the first and highest bidder fall or refuse to make the required deposit at time of bid or l :';j,t,,k i Guar J n MofTgaje Cafpsf- tion i C'ircncf CrtnDy i. m unaeriicjntsa Special Ree--e tor Cieronetj County, MttH stl on July 7. 196, at 12 00 o ctocn P M bctor me County CourTtiouie ftps, Cherokee County, South Carolina, 0 the ti.gest tudcler All mat crrtain aitct. parcef or lot at land, in tnt County of, State o( South Carolina n the City ot Gaffney on Chestnut Street, being ihcwn and designated n Block 3, Lot I on plat prepared tor James B illy & L o i Catherine Cobb, prepared by it w Byar. RLS. dated April f 19flS, recorded in Deed Book. H D. oW and according to sad plat, having the following metes and bounds, to-wit BEGINNING at a pomt at ont corner ot Lot t ant) running thence with Lots f and 10 N IS degrees 41' 4?" W tor distance Ot One Hundred Thirty-three and Eight Hundredths 1 1U M) feet to a point at Lot 11, thence turning and running N 04 degrees 10' 12" E tor a distance ot Sixty-two and Ninety-eight Hundredths (63) feet to a point at joint corner ot Lot a, thence turning and running with Lots 4 and 7 S 15 degrees 41' 43" E for a distance of On Hundred Thirty-three and Thirty-eight Hundredths (133 31) feet to a point on Chestnut Street; thence turning and running with said street S 04 degrees 3t 34 ' W tor a distance of S'th -two and Ninety-eight Hundredths iI ) feet to pomt ot beginning, containing 0 1 comply with the other terms ot the bid within twenty () days, then the Special Referee may resell the property on the same terms and conditions on tome subsequent Sales Day (at the risk ot the said highest bidder). Purchaser to pay for documentary stamps on Deed. The successful bidder will be required to pay interest on the amount ot the bid from the date ot sale to the date of compliance with me bid at the rate ot twelve and one-half percent UJiVi) per annum. No personal or deficiency judgment being demanded, the bidding will not remain open after the date of sale, but compliance with the bid may be made immediately June. 1984. Susan P Smith Attorney tor Plaintiff CALLISON, TIGHE, RUSH, ROBINSON K ANASTASION P O Boi I02t Columbia, SC 29303 1JO9. Published. June 14, 23 and 30, 1916 Sold My Old Baby Carriage Through the Classified Ads Do you have an item around the house that you would love to sell but just can't seem to get anyone interested in? The best way to let folks know that you have something for sale that might be lost what they're looking tor Is to place a classified act in The Gaffney Ledger. Through mail delivery, carrier routes and local convenience store sales, someone is bound to see that you have an item they need. Call The Gaffney Ledger 489-1131 to sell that item!! What do you have that you con sell for ready cosh? eolf clubs madtirss baity furniture ttrtiquM itssd ckrSiing gsnJM tools You can sell it fast with a person-to-person Classified ad in... The Gaffney Ledger 489-1131 On seeing Lady Liberty, immigrants wept for joy NEW YORK (AP) - To the immigrants who battled tough times and rough seas, the Statue of Liberty was a welcoming beacon, a mystical madonna who made the homeless newcomers weep, pray and dance for joy. Swathed in a morning's mist, the mesmerizing lady of the harbor appeared off to Lie left of their ships, hailing their entry to the new world. For many, it was the first time they dared to hope. "The people were screaming and some of them were crying and some of them were dancing. It was all kind of a joyous feeling of coming to the land of freedom and a land of love," recalled Clara Larsen of New York City who came from Russia in 1911 at age 13. Seymour Rexsite of Manhattan, who was 8 when he came from Poland in the early 1920s, remembers his boat pulled into New York Harbor in a driving rainstorm. "Everybody was on deck, no matter, they didn't mind the rain at all," he said. "Just to cheer that they came, they came to America." Their experiences were repeated by many immigrants, who historians say went through a kind of rebirth as they shed their old lives in a new land. Many went through enormous hardships to get here as they fled religious persecution, oppression or poverty, seeking new opportunities and a better way of life. The statue played an important role in that process, especially in the peak immigration periods early in this century. "There are accounts from that period of time, from the 1920s and earlier, by Immigrants who actually talk about seeing this tremendous lady off in the mist," said Virginia Yans-McLaughlin, a Rutgers University professor of history who specializes in immigration matters. "If you make that long journey to a new land to make your life again, it's a tremendous image. It's whimsical. It has a kind of fantasy element to it." The immigrants often arrived CLASSIFIED, the most efficient cleaning crew you'll ever hire! Our classified staff Is ready to help you clean out end clean upl We'll help you create an ad that sells Our helpful classified professionals will clean up and polish your ad until It really shines and all In record timet Call soon. Classified Advertising Department The Gaffney Ledger 489 it Oct 21 1m m LNkta Or rav 1 pHfn i Olhtrti SaMr aTcnsu, 1 pm We Hh 1111 Nev Utv I'M We Ttke TredN 4 ifi oaeepait rrttm m fui loth Aitef4 4 Ufarfasl Ope 10-4 AaJa a7M) torn Centon Ad. W. Nr. CM, Pagt 1 5 - 1131 Ow. Trial Mm cm mmm m srwa.' HU , fc!a jSSJ n a. l a a u ai ' J" jT: WpCt. f., lrC tmutm. kaenflsx. n iiV Oood CMM" fi1ir it. HAT jGrTTVa rmm 1140. aW- cmltf K'wi-""' Manor, aw. na-ma. miMiift Jr af inn ti. few u. i NumMT rum, Jmy Una, I aiHQagoniiiaun J The Gaff nay Ldger, Monday, June 16,1986 ill, impoverished and homesick. Most had journeyed across the ocean confined for 12 days or more in the windowless steerage quarters below deck, sleeping on triple-tiered iron bunks with straw mattresses and no pillows. There was no privacy, no space; sanitary conditions were poor. They had to scrape together the $30 to $50 passage. Their ships made their way through the Narrows, the waters between Brooklyn and Staten Island, then turned north past the statue, just a few hundred yards from Ellis Island. There they were examined, processed and sometimes detained in crude, crowded quarters. The island could be a grim place. The statue, with her upheld torch, was uplifting, goddesslike. Barbara Barondess, 79, of Manhattan remembers how as a Russian child of 14, she was held with her family on Ellis Island in 1921 for several days. It was like a jail with people of many languages huddled together in fear, she said. Her sister, she recalled, was sick with a "terrible fever.'1 Many of the immigrants from that period have told their stories to historians on tape. Some were interviewed for this article. Wgf0H&H0tmt&JtmWm9 aVtMVseHMtaaV " WMIIiassslllllH IK 8 13

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