sre ES | '§ Ty, Ter a Bn ery a Thy Ty A yp Re ve | iid Page 8A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. August 26, 1982 Cancer Prevention Starting September 1, through September. 15th, 545 residents of Cleveland County and Cher- ryville will have a chance to par- ticipate in medical research. Volunteers of the American Cancer Society will be encourag- ing their friends and relatives to take part in Cancer Prevention Study II. The study is one of the largest epidemiologic research projects ever to be conducted in the United States, and will in- volve more than one million Mail Can Leave KM On Sunday A new mail service offered by the Kings Mountain Post Office will allow citizens to mail on Sunday. Postmaster Fred Weaver said all mail received in the drop box on the street in front of the post office before 3:30 p.m. Sunday will go out on Sunday. If mail is brought inside the post office, Weaver said, it must be received by 9 a.m. to go out on Sunday. Anything brought inside the post office after 9 a.m. on Sunday will not go out until Monday. SUPPER Senior Citizens of First Wesleyan Church will have their regular monthly covered dish supper August 27 at 6 p.m. at the church fellowship hall. GOSPEL SING There will be a gospel singing at Eastside Baptist Church Sun- day morning. Visiting singers will be the Happy Tavelers Quartet from Canton. Rev. James Williams, pastor, invites the public to attend. Tye NORTH CAROLINA CLEVELAND COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 82-SP-250 NOTICE OF RESALE IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF THE DEED OF TRUST OF HAMRICK INVESTMENT CO., INC. GRANTOR AND GEORGE B. THOMASSON, TRUSTEE As recorded in Book 893 and Page 685 in the Cleveland County Registry Pursuant to an Order of Resale duly entered by Glenda L. Hudson, Assistant Clerk of Superior Court of Cleveland County, North Carolina, on the 17th day of August, 1982, the undersigned Trustee will, on the 8th day of September, 1982 at 11:00 A.M., at the door of the Cleveland County Courthouse in Shelby, North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the following described real estate: BEGINNING on an iron stake, Inez Fowler’s corner and said stake being N. 46-0 W. 678 feet from Charles Stevenson’s Northwest corner and running with Inez Fowler’s Northeast line S. 46-0 E. 339 feet to a stake; thence S. 5042 W. 130 feet to a spike in the Northeast margin of 25 foot driveway; thence N. 46-0 W. 339 feet to an iron stake in the woods; thence N. 5042 E. 130 feet to the BEGINNING, containing one (1) acre, more or less. Surveyed by L.B. Falls, Registered Surveyor, on May §, 1977. : Being carved out of that 3 acre tract conveyed by Pearlie J. Oates, Widow, to Inez O. Fowler, Widow by deed dated the 6th day of August, 1973 and recorded in Book 14-Q at Page 540 in the Cleveland County Registry. Subject to unpaid taxes and assessments for paving, if any. The opening bid will begin at Two Thousand Six Hundred Nine and 87/400 ($2,609.87). The highest bidder at the sale shall be required to make a cash deposit of ten (10%) per cent of the successful bid pending con- firmation or rejection thereof. This 19th day of August, 1982. GEORGE B. THOMASSON, Trustee GEORGE B. THOMASSON Attorney At Law P.O. Box 205 Kings Mountain, N.C 8:26 9:2 American men and women from all walks of life. “With information provided by study participants in North Carolina and all over the coun- try, we hope to identify those factors that increase a person’s chance of getting cancer, those that carry little or no risk, and those that actually may help pre- vent cancer,” said Mary-Wade Smith of Kings Mountain, Chairman of the Cleveland County Unit. “We’ll then be able DR. ZACHARY MOKO ‘Dr. Moko Practicing Zachary Lambert Moko, M.D., has announced the open- ing of his practice for general surgery at 103 West King Street in Kings Mountain and 821 West Warren Street in Shelby. Dr. Moko, who is from Cameroon, pursued undergraduate studies at Washington, Pa., medical studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C., internship at Johnstown, Pa., and surgical training at Howard. He was re- tained as instructor in surgery at Howard for one year before the start of his practice here. AA YL ar li Ny a TT to develop programs to help peo- ple follow lifestyles that minimize their cancer risk.” The first study, conducted from 1959-1972, identified many factors related to the develop- ment of cancer and other diseases. The link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer and heart disease was an important outcome of the study, and helped to initiate the public health campaign against smok- ing. The study also revealed the relationship of obesity to certain cancers, the profile of women at high risk for cervical cancer, and Aa - PR TR a rg ee a cc pl Study To Begin the role of exercise in preventing heart attacks and strokes. Study participants will com- plete a confidential question- naire about their working, living, and eating habits. Covered in the four-page questionnaire are such topics of concern as low-tar, low- nicotine cigarettes, birth control [ FTE © EEE SE OE O < S O <C © I OE i (~~ pills, coffee, hair dyes, and sac- charin. Also to be analyzed are the air and water pollution, oc- cupational exposures, and low- level radiation. Once every other year for the next six years, these “research volunteers” will keep track of the million study participants, and report to the American Cancer Society on their status and whereabouts. When study par- ticipants die, health statisticians will be able to determine how their lifestyles affected their health by referring to informa- tion in the questionnaires. “We're very grateful for the enormous contribution the volunteer researchers will make to Cancer Prevention Study II. Without their donation time and energy, the cost of undertaking such a comprehensive study would be prohibitively expen- sive,” Mary-Wade said. 7 © “ERO ~<A OT § <TH OED § <= § “ § <i § <i> @ American Legion Presents “Blue Grass In The Park” Saturday, September 4 5:00 Until Featuring: The Bluegrass Blades - Charlotte Grass Belwood Grass - Bluegrass Sounds Cloggers & More Sims Legion Park, Gastonia, N.C ‘ Tickets At Gate $5.00 - Advance Tickets $4.00 Available At Tillman’s Music & Ja Jo’s Records In Gastonia Children Under 12 - $2.00 Children Under 6 - FREE Rain Date Sunday, September 5 - 5:00 p.m. i i i ‘ iy AS LOW AS 8550.” 10 to choose from ed tb o> oe ee move them out with man of GMAC 12.5% lease plan. So, when your list and let us show you how to save. | WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF REGALS, LeSABRES, ELECTRAS & RIVIERAS | 1982 Century sos. ASLOW AS 9350.” 16 to choose from If you would like to par- ticipate in this mammoth study, contact the following resear- chers: Diana Dellinger, June Lee, Arlene Barrett, Rosalyn Smith, Jackie Scism, Punkin’ Morgan, Betty Petty, Jerrie Gantt, Jerrie Peters, and Mary- Wade Smith. Any of our thirty- seven researchers will be happy Brown, Addie Grier, Gail Timms to contact you. 4 - Medill, North Carolina. t Bocidoiad 824-4481 MeHdenville Nurseries, Tne. = cee Hie a ust Arrived! 6-inch pots of mums. Colors Include: orange/bronze, red daisy, white, yellow/bronze, bronze/red, yellow daisy. Specially priced at ony $2.25 Perfect for planting now for fall color or for use in the home. It's time to plant your fall vegetable garden: Broccoli, Cabbage & Lettuce A tray of 4 plants for *1 .00 Spring bulbs will be arriving soon! Nursery 1-85 North Main Street ~ MCcADENVILLE ny Red Light Turn Left Bt McAdenville Lowell 4 Exit : 1-85 North 1-85 South 1-85 South McAdenville Lowell Exit Stop Sign Main Street | | | { Hours 8:00-4:30 Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30 Saturday 8:00-12:00 DEALER CLOSE-OUT SALE! SAVE! SAVE! 1982 Skyhawk zor. The 1983 Buicks will be on their way soon, so we have to sellourre- maining 1982’s. To make room we have taken drastic discounts to y cars priced at dealer cost! We have plenty you shop for a new car, put us on SAY 1982 Skylark «os. AS LOW AS ‘8850 20 to choose from! Tha 4 oo] | B Dl es lL a Jim

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