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    Page 8A—MIRROR-HERALD—Thursday, October 27, 1977
Fencing Contracts
Awarded To Chastain
Charged With Reckless Driving
In a special noon
meeting Wednesday the
city commissioners re
ceived bids and awarded
contracts to a local firm
for fencing of the five-acre
Citizens Service Center
property.
Four bids were received
before Chastain Fence Co.
of Kings Mountain was
awarded the contract.
Chsustaln was low bidder
with $14,800 and a time
NORTH CAROLINA
DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL
RESOURCESAND
COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT
schedule to begin of 30
days.
TVo bidders were from
Charlotte and one from
Winston-Salem. These bids
ranged from a high of
$21,645 to a low of $16,362.
CSC Committee Chair
man James Childers also
recommended the city
negotiate with Sherwin-
Williams Co. of Gastonia
for the purchase of vertical
blinds for the windows at
the center and that they
not go higher than $1,000
total for the materials. The
board approved this
recommendation.
Childers also moved that
bids on carpeting for the
center be accepted, then
rejected and that bids be
readvertized.
Wednesday's bid
opening was the second for
this item and two local
firms responded. Lybrand
Interiors, Inc. and Mc-
Swain Carpet of Kings
Mountain. These bids
•ranged from $9,464 to
$6,800 on varloug types of
carpet and design.
CJillders said he made
the rejection motion based
on advice from City Attor
ney George Thomaslson.
The motion was approved.
David M. Lockrldge, of
Yermo, Calif., was
charged with reckless
driving after he apparently
ran a stopslgn and the car
skidded on Bridges St.
Sunday night at 12:60 p.
m., according to Inves
tigating Ptl. James Camp.
Mr. Lockrldge was
operating a 1977 VW on
Bridges St. Mr. Lockrldge
told KMPD that the street
was an unfamiliar section
of town. The car was
damaged approximately
$300.
A car operated by Guy F.
Melton, 17, of 211 Margaret
St., rolled Into the back of a
city police car operated by
Ptl. Richard G. Byers Fri
day on Mauney Ave. Ac
cording to Ptl. Harry Mar
tin, who investigated for
KMPD, Ptl. Byers had
given Melton a warning
ticket for having improper
brake lights and the car
rolled Into the patrol car.
Damages were estimated
at $160 to the front of the
city-owned vehicle and $60
to the car owned by Ronald
Charles Worcester, of 106
Cansler St.
Cars operated by Sandra
J. Baxter, Rt. 1 Bessemer
City, and Roy E. Hutfstet-
ler, 318 Fulton St., hit at a
stop light Friday at the
Intersection of Gaston and
Carpenter. The Baxter
vehicle apparently ran the
light. The 1974 Cadillac
operated by Huffstetler
was turning right, ac
cording to Ptl. J. A. Bur
ton. Damages were esti
mated at $200 to the Baxter
1971 Ford and $300 to the
fender and bumper of the
Huffstetler car.
Roy Keith Falls, 908
Shsiron Dr., operating a
1969 Chevy, told KMPD
Ptl. Jim Camp that an
other vehicle had stopped
In front of him on Phifer
Rd. Thursday and he
slowed to stop. The Falls
car v/as struck by a 1972
VW operated by Teresa D.
Whitman of 1203 North-
woods. Damages were
estimated at $400 to the
Whitman car and $160 to
the Falls vehicle.
Dcnald Rushton, of Bes
semer City, told City Ptl.
Jim Camp that he pulled
Into the path of a 1973 Ford
operated by Linda Ledford
Moss, of 102 Carpenter St.,
Thursday. The Ledford
vehicle was traveling
South on Phifer Rd. and
the Rushton 1966 Pontiac
was crossing West on
Mountain. Damages were
estimated at $76 to the
Moss car and $126 to the
Rushton vehicle.
No Injuries were
reported.
Lariy D. Hamrick, REALTOR
C. E. Warlick Insurance Agency
Pod Otttce Box 552
110 Wan Mountain Stiaat
Kings Mountain. N C 28086
REALTOR'
PUBLIC NO’nCE
Notice is hereby glvem
of a public heairlng to be
held by the North Carolina
Department of Natural
Resoiu'ces and Community
Development concerning
amendments to Title 16
NCAC Chapter 6.
Purpose: To consider
public comment on pro
posed amendments to
Department of Natural
Resources and Community
Development regulations,
15 NCAC 5B as follows:
1. To add 6 B. 0010 to
change the due date for the
submittal of the Euinual
reclamation report from
the anniversary of the
Issuance of the mining
permit to February 1 of
each year until the mine
reclamation pursuant to
the approved reclamation
plan has been completed
and approved by the
Department of Natural
Resources and Community
Development.
Date, Time, Plstce: N. C.
Department of Natural
Resources and Community
Development Hearing
Room, Archdale Building,
Raleigh, North Carolina,
Monday, November 14,
1977 11:00 a. m.
Hearing Panel: The
hearing will be conducted
by two employes of the
Department of Natural
Resources and Ccxnmimlty
Development.
Hearing Clerk: Mrs.
Carol W. Bryson, Hearing
Clerk, Division of Environ
mental Msinagement, De-
psirtment of Natural Re
sources and Community
Development, P. O. Box
27687, Raleigh, North
Carolina 27611.
Comment Procedure:
Comments, Statements,
data and other Information
may be submitted In
writing prior to, during or
within twenty (20) days
after the hearing or may
be presented orally at the
hearing. Persons desiring
to speak will Indicate this
Intent at the time of
registration at the hearing.
So that sill persons desiring
to speak may do so,
statements may be limited
to 16 minutes at the discre
tion of the hearing officer.
Oral presentations which
exceed three (3) minutes
must be accompanied by
three (8) written copies
which will be filed with the
hearing clerk at the time of
registraticm.
Statutory Authority: N.
C. G. S. 74-66, 74-63.
Proposed Effective
Date: January 1, 1977
Oct. 26, 27 k Nov. 1.
Information: Further
Information or descrip
tions of the Regulations
may be obtained by
writing or calling:
Charles H. Gardner,
Chief
Land Quality Section
P. O. Box 27687
Raleigh, N. C. 27611
Telephone: (919) 733-
4674
October 20, 1977
Stephen O. Cbnrad>
Director
Division of Earth
Resources
STERCHrS CH/UNWIDE
STOCK LIQ
WE’RE FIGHTING INFLATION with “BLOCK BUSTING” Price Reductions!
We’re Going AllOutwiththe LOWEST PRICES, BIGGEST REDUCTIONS and
BEST UALUES IN OUR HISTORY! All Overstocked Items Will Be Sold at a Fraction of Worth!
3 Pc. Maple
>399'" BQIROOM SlITE
With large dresser, 5-drawer chest tuid full size poster bed
— Floor sample.
*299'
3 Pc. Modem
M99” BEDROOM SUITE
with large dresser. 5-drawer chest and panel headboard,d
In walnut finish. By Bassett
*399'
3 I^c
<599” BBNtOOM SUITE *499'
with 3 large pieces. A reed good suite by Vaughstn
Blue Velvet
*499“ SOFA
By Highland House
Blue, Beige and Gold
<249” CHAIR
Oo-ordlnates with above sofa
2 Pc. Contemporary
<699” SECTIONAL SlSGt
*399'"*
$1 ggoo
*599®“
English Pub
<259” LOVE SEAT
With Plaid Cover
*189®*
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3 Pc. Walnut Finish
*349“ BEDROOM SUITE
This is a good looking suite and an excellent buy for you.
*299'
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<995” BEDROOM SUITE
*795®®
Suite By Thomasvllle - Save - Save -
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<449” BHNtOOM SIHE
*388®®
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Marco Brown Vtaiyle
<399” SOFA
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*299®®
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*529®®
<629" UVING ROOM SOTTE
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3 Pc. Early American
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*449®®
Consist of one autumn plaid covered
covered chair and ottoman
sofa, one poppy
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*769»s
<869” UVMG ROOM SITE
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Rust High Back
*219“ WING CHAIR
*149**
Green
<49” TABLE LAMPS
1/2 PRICE
Olive Plaid
<189” CHAR
Early American
*139**
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<149” WMG CHAR
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Each
Velvet
*139“ CHAIR
Nugget Gold
*88®®
Wall-Away
*299“ RECUNBI ^1
Early American - Gold Tweed By La-Z-Boy
Bone Gold Pull Up
*119“ CHAIR
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<299” RECUNBl
Gold Velvet By La-Z-Boy
*169*®
2 Lane Walnut
*119“ BID TABLES
*88*®
Each
8 Pc. Cast Iron
*29“ COOKWARE SET
We have only 6 sets to sell
$1088
SPICE SET
We Have 4 To Sell
$088
White And Gold _
*49“ TABLE LAMP 1 /Z
PRICE
Twin Sise
*89“ MAPLE BH)
Only One To Sell
$5000
*499” BQIROOM SlITE *299®*
Triple Dresser, Twin Mirrors 5-Drswer Chest -
Full or queen sise headboard.
Beige
<299* LOVE SEAT
Floor Sample As Is.
sggoo
Lane Walnut
<119“ COCKTAL TABlf
$0000
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*39“ BUNK BB)
*109**
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SL0ERS
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401 S. Battleground
Phone 739-5451
Kings Mountain
    

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