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Notice of Public Hearing
N. 76 deg. 00 min. E. 475 feet to
an iron stake on the west right
ot way of Courier s.rec't exton-
A public hearing will be held in the courtroom at City streeti: thence
Hall Tuesday, August 9th, 1966, concerning the petitions
:or annexation as listed below. Anyone having interest in
this matter is invited to attend this meeting and be heard. new‘'’iine ''u-ross^um Vimk'and
J. H. McDaniel, jr ™ ”
KINGS MOUNTAIN HIRALD, WNGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TO BE ANNEXED
new line across
McGill projK'riy S. 70 deg. 20
min. W. 4R8.t feet to the begin-
die of the bratich and in Avery; fjyf’aertv
Beginning at a stake, Robert^’
and Etters’ corner in Harmon’s
lino and runs thence with Har-
Harmon’s line; thence with
line N. 25 deg. O.min. E. 128 feet
to the beginning, containing one
Beginning at a stake, the old
. .. I N. M. Ware corner and runs . ,
men’s line N. 8o deg. 30 min. E. whence N. 47 deg. 1.5 mih. E 574 «
193 feet .to a stake in the west, to a stake in the cant cclcre
edge of Cansler street: thence ipf North Cansler street. Plonk
with Cansler .street N. 8 deg. E.. Roberts and Bridges corner-
293 feet to a stake in the Bridges; thence a new line S 75 dog 15
line: thence with his line S. 55; w. 528 feet to a stake:
dog. 30 min. W. 185 feet to a thence another new lino S. 19 E
stake in the creek: thence with; 284 fee* to the beginning, con- "J",’;
the creek S. 25 W. 198 feet to the taining 1.64 acres, more or loss
beginning, containing 1.05 acres, and being a part of the X. M.
- ™.I Ware estate.
LOT a " ;lot 4
Beginning on an iron stake,: Beginning at an iron slake in
southwest corner of the west bank of a gulley and runs
Clyde J. Bridgespropertyand thethence S. 29 F. 270.60 feet to
northwest corner of the Avery cansler street, thence S. 47-30 W
Harmon property and also a cor- r,Y4 20 feet to“ a stone pile, old
ner of the Plonk and McGill n. M. Ware corner in Harmon
property and running with the line: thence S. 86 E. 175.56 feet
west line of the Clyde Bridges to a stake edge of branch:
propertj', N. 19 deg. 0 min. W. thence N. 55 E. along with bridges .Street and running with
-84 feet to an iron stake, Bridges' branch 330 feet to edge of Cans- corporate limits 700 feet
corner: thence a new line across ler street; thence , N. 7 W. 465, more or less to a sl.';ke, John
the^Plonk and McGill property, feet, along edge of Cansler ^Isuney corner, thence 7.5 foot
S. (6 deg. 15 min. W. 100 feet street to a stake: thence S. 85- more or ,loss to a stake in—the
to an iron stake, a new corner:, 1.5 w. 100 feet to the beginning ctwk, therice S .S5 \V. 280.,5 feet
thence another^ new line S. 8;corner, containing Z37 acres, ^ stake in *tlie crec'k. thence
deg- 0 min. E. o.o4 feet to a point more or less. It being a portion^- -21-1 feet to a stake in
tn the center of the branch, a|of the property formerly owned thence 1. 55 ,3!) \v. 28.5
new corner and said line pass-, by B. W.'Bolt. ' ^^et with tlie, creek to the edge
ing over an iron stake on thei of Can.slcr Street, tlience.N. 8 E.
north side of the branch thence'LOT 5 -293 feet Jo the intersection of
another new line across the; Beginning on an iron stake ai Cansler Street and Bridges
Plonk and McGill property and a pine tree, the northwest corner! Street, thence 160 feet t:) the he-
up the branch S. 83 deg. 0 min.',of the Clyde Bridges property ginning.
E. 75 feet to a point in the mid- and running with his north line John W Etter.s
Beginning on an iron stake at
the southeast intiM'section of
Canslt'r street and Bridges sireet
.end running with the east mar
gin of Cansler siree; S. 3 deg. 1.5
min. W. 229.2 h'ot to an h;>n
new corner: thence a
new line* across tlie A\('ry Iliir-
mon propeity S. 88' deg. 02 min.
E. 112.7 f(‘et to ;m iron stake,
new (-(a'lK'i': thence:
lU'W line ai'io.s.s the
pioperi\-_ A. 3 deg. 32
22.5,6 fee; to an iion
the south margin of
stroel: tlimiee with thi
margin of Bridges street X. 86
nieg. Q9 min.-^W." 112:7 feet to thc"
beginning, containi:ig .58 of an
CLYDE J. bridges
DEiSCRIPTION’ OF IdtOPPiRTY
TO DE A.XXEXED
Beginning at a point ot the
corner of . Harmon Road and
^ I am a miMtiher of a statp--wid'e j
coi.T re.iltce, the purpose o;' which
lb to a-.ivisa concerning the btiild-
ii'ig of a curriculuin in ornamen- :
ial horticuilurs ttichnology. This
IS just one of many curricula a
wtila le to students who are en
rolled in one .;f liu> community
coCeges now operating in North
1 wa.-^ quit(‘ ha/y about the
aims. ()!',i;'eli\-Cs and oiganiza-
tmn of tlie community college
-, Corn i ntil these points were
expiained to me at our first
PRSCRIB'I'ION' of property
TO'BE’'ANNEXj5D' ‘ "
BEGINNING on an iron stake
on the \Vest :rargin of GO foot
C.-insler .Street anrl said stake lx--
in^ tlie SoutlK'ast corner of a
tract belonging to Clyde J.
Bridges also a corner of the'
Avery I'|armon property' aiul
running with the West margin.of
Cansler Street S. 3 deg. -40 min.
W. 321.2 feet to an iron stake, a
new cfirner; thhnce a new lin^-
crossing 4he Avery Harmon (iro-
prty N 88 deg. 02'min. \V. lOti.S
feet to an iron stake in the Plonk
and .McGill line; thence with saifl
line N. 25 deg. 57 min. W. ,372
feel 1-0 an iron staki', theii- cor
ner; and also Cljde Bridges' cor-
•ner; thence wilii Bridges’ line S.
83 deg. E 351.4 feet to. tlie BE-
GI.NNING,* containing 3.29 acres.
Herman R. Bolin ■
Barbara .S. Bolin
“Basically, the system is com
posed of three divisions, all com
plementing each otner; coa. , e
hensivo community colleges,
technical institutes and indus
trial education centers.
. It seems to mo that-tlie chal
lenge facing the community col
leges in North Carolina is'stag
gering As I told our advisory
group,' the success of thus pro
gram will demand the best of
the best froi.-n the standpoint -of
counseling, curriculum building
and instruction at all levels of
Here wfi are dealing with a
segment of our citizenship which
.might be .referred .,tQ..a8„tlie tor-
got ten ones. There i.s something
for every boy and girl, man and
woman who is willing I0 put
forth the eff:)rt a pro-gram of
social and economic reco\ery.
Find out all '’Ou can about
your c'ommunit.v colleges becau.se
I hey ma.v help you. your son,
your daughter, or a friend. ...
'■Tfiv the spring a young .m.an’s
fancy . . and I might say, too,
so does a fisherman’s. The young
man's ('iithusiasm might wane a
little but a fisherman’s never
Two weeks ago I caught a
bream that'weighed 16 ozs. Any
bream fisherman will tell you
what a tlirill it is to have one
this si/e on the end of a fly-line.
Wliat 1 arn leading up to i
the sharing with you of a eard
given to me last week by a
friend who heads a lar^e tree
e.vpert organization in the Pied-
KYLE SMITH RETIRES — Personnelman First Class Kyle F.
Smith of Kings Mountain has retired from the Navy after 20
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Per-sdnnelman First Class Kyle
F. Smith retired fro m the Nav>’
after 20 years of .service .when
he was "Piped-Over” in a spec-ial
ceremony held in hi.s hanger at
NTaval Air .Station in Norfolk,
Virginia on July 14.
'Fhe Kings Mrmntairt man is a
gi-.aduate of tlie Nsivy’.s Classifi
cation and Interviewing School
in San Dieg >, California and al»fJ
a graduate of the Navy’s Law &
Iu*_'gal School in Newport, Rhodr?
Island. He lia,-: een .stationed in
Genna.’iy, Great ' akos, Illinois,
Memphis, Tennessee, num'^t’OBs
Aircraft Carriers in the Atlantic
Fleet He has also .served in Pa
trol .Squadron SIXTEEN at Jack
sonville, Florida before coming
to yAVV-12 in .September_196^ ^
' Personnel.r.an First Class
Smith has received the Navy Oc-
I cupation -Service Medal, ,5 G.oorl
i Conduct Medals, National De-
; Tcn.so Service Medal, and the ,
I VVorki War II Victory Modal.
I After a brief rest period at h4s
I homo in Kings Mountain, he
I plans on Working in the Kings
I .Moimtain area. He is a member
! of the Kings Mountain Baptist
Personnelman Smith is m-ar-
fiecl to the foi’mor Billie .Sue
Owens of Kings .Mountain. The
j Smith’s and their three children,
Karla, .Michael, .and Mark reside
on the 5’^ork Road in Kings
•Mountain. He is the son of Mr.
and-Mr.s. Ftoyd Smith of Wayne,
West Virginia. He graduated
from Wayne high school and at-
ii'nded Marshall College in Hunt
ington. West Virginia prior to
entering the Navy.
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