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The Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 18??-1974, July 28, 1966, Image 12

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Page S An Ordinance Whereas, the following Appropriation Budget has been prepared and submitted to the Mayor and ^ard of Commissioner^ for the City of Kings Mountain and has been studied by each of them and Whereas the law requires that a budget be adopted by the govern ing body of the City of Kings Mountain not later than the 28th day of July: , Now therefore, be it ordained by the Board of Commissioners for the Citv of Kings Mountain pursuant to a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners held in the City Hall. SECTION I That there is hereby set aside and appropriated from current rev enues and te be received during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1966 and ending " June 30, I%7, for the maintbhahce and operatton' of the general government of the City df Kings Mountain and its various de partments and for its payments of its bonded indebtedness and interest thereon, the following amounts of money and the payments of*said sums and hereby authorized for the items here set out: SCHEDULE A. GENERAL FUND Cemetery Department Administrative Departmenf Sanitary Department Street Department "Police and Recorders Court Fire Department General Department Water & Sewer Department Electric Department $ 12,979.60 38,035.00 .. 43,262.60 139,207.78 85,626.50 31,230.00 120,897.80 87,032.21 285,905.00 SCHEDULE B. DEBT SERVICE FUND Bond Principal Payments Bond Interest Payments Fiscal Agency Fees 30,000.00 9,625.00 100.00 SCHEDULE C. CAPITAL FUND For Capital Improvements Contingency 400,584.80 25,000.00 SCHEDULE D. RECREATION FUND For Recreation Purposes TOTAL 11,000.00 $1,320,486.29 SECTION II It is estimated that the following revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 1966 and ending Jun6'^30,1967, to meet the foregoing appropriations, according to the following sched ules: SCHEDULE A. GENERAL FUND Current Years Taxes Prior Years Taxes Penalty on Taxes Utilities Privilege Licenses Intangible Taxes Franchise Taxes Auto Licenses Water & Sewer Taps Stadium Lights Court Costs Meter Collections Fishing Permits Gasoline Tax Rebates Permits Unappropriated Surplus Sale of Scrap Street Assessments Street Assessment Penalty Powell Aid Fund , Cemetery Income Miscellaneous Receipts Accounts Receivable Gas Account Income Sale of Property TOTAL $ 174,000.00 15,000.00 1,000.00 592,500.00 5,000.00 8,383.39 6,255.18 700.00 7,500.00 650.00 14,000.00 11,000.00 125.00 2,265.68 1,250.00 257,950.64 1,500.00 7,500.00 100.00 “ 39,096.40 3,500.00 13,300.00 5,000.00 127,910.00 25,000.00 $1,320,486.29 SECTION lU There is hereby levied the following rates of tax on each one hun dred dollars ($100.00) valuation of taxable property, as listed for taxes as of January 1, 1%6 for the purpose of raising the revenue from Cur-, rent Year’s Property Tax, as set forth in the foregoing estimates of revenue, and in order to finance the foregoing appropriations: A. General Fund (for the general expenses inci dent to the proper government of the city) $15.4 B. Debt Service (for the payment of interest and principal on outstanding debt) f 16.6 C. Capital Outlay (for making permanent improvements) 48.0 D. Recreation Fund (for maintaining a recreation program and for upkeep of equipment) 05.0 TOTAL ' 85.0 SECTION IV The Tax Collector for the City of Kings Mountain is hereby author ized, empowered and directed to proceed to collect taxes levied upon all real and personal property within the limits of the City of Kings Mountain based upon the foregoing rates, provided that on all taxes paid in advance and discount be allowed and that on aH taxes upon which cost, interest or penalties accrue, accord! ngto law the same shall be added and collected. SECTION V / ' The City Treasurer is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to apportion the said_ funds coming into his hands from taxes collected for the fiscal year 1966-67, according to the rate and classification fix ed in Section m. SECTION VI C That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are ' hereby repealed. The foregoing ordinance was unanimously adopted by the City Commission Tuesday, July 26 1966. This the"28th day of J 1%6. JOHN Hp^RY MOSS Mayor JOE H. McDANIEL, JR. City Clerk KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS. MOUNTAIN. N. C. TKursaay. July 28. Vm Bethwaxe News The Rev. James Holder of Oak ,^rove Baptist church is honoring the deacons ^d their families at a “cook-out" at the pastor’s home Tuesday at 6:30. Mr. and Mrs. James Matheny attended the Matheny reumon at Rutherford County Fair ground recently. Mr- Matheny was elected president of the clan. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Matheny from Buckro Beach, Va., spent part of last week visiting his father James Matheny and Mrs. Matheny. Mr. John Borders of Shelby visited Mr. Walter Vess, Sr, Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Graham and Joreen and their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs Don Graham from ATtK^a ' Spentseverad days recently touring the west ern North Carolina moiuntains and Tennessee. Wayne Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner finished his basic training at the Air Force base in Amarillo, Texas last week. He spent part of last week with his parents a^d Jean and reported Wednesday to Sejroour Johnson Air Force Base at Golds^ro, N. C , Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Graham and children and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Moss and family went to Gatlinburg, Tenn. and the In dian River last Sunday. Bobby Longley of Charleston, S. C. spent Tuesday visiting Tonuny Vess. Mrs. Longley came after. Bob and spent the night with her parents, Mr. "and Mrs Jasper Pi^beck. Mr. and Mrs. WUey Allen went to Windy Hill Beach, S. C. last week. t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vess and Joel visited Mr. and Mrs, (Luther Hoyle of Cherryville Sunday. So if you need to visit the So cial Security Office at 1320 E. Franklin Avenue in Gastonia and can’t get there during the day, go by some Thursday night. ' rv Although the whole staff won’t be on duty, those who are will have had the morning off so they’ll be rested and ready to as sist you. ON DEAN'S UST -Diane Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts, was listed on the dean’s list for the spring semester at Ap palachian State Teacher’s col lege where she received her de gree this sprinig. LUTHERAN SERVICE Reuben J. Swanson, Bible professor at Lenoir-Rhyne col lege in Hickory, will Jill the pulpit at Sunday services at 10 a.m at St. Matthew's Lutheran church. Sunday School is at 8:45 a..m. Mr Swanson’s ser mon topic will be, “A Sound ^^Tree Bears Good Fruit.” Tki ■ V Summer in FulV-Bloom The old saying "There’s noth ing new under the sun" may well be true. But what about when the sun goes down? Anything new then? Yes, indeed! If you don’t (believe it, drop by the Gastonia Social Sec,uri|y Of fice some Thursday night and see for yourself, ■*. For years we all had been ac- coistomed to tha “9 to 5” office hours. As a result, if we had business at the Social Security Office, we had to take off work to get there. But no more! They are now open to the public every. Thurs day from 9:00 A.M. until 9:15 P. M. According to Lex Barkley, dis trict manager, these additional hours should be more convenient for those who are approaching age 65 but are still working. He sti’essed the need for these peo ple to file their claims in the 3 months before their 65th birth day in order to insure prompt Medicare coverage at age 65. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green spent part of last week visiting Caro lina Beach. They toured Fort Fisher and went to Lake Wac- camaw, N, C. ” Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis and Bobby went to Topton, N. C. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Day. Mr. and Mrs. P. H, MeSwain went to Charlotte last 'Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Horace MeSwain visited Mr. anil Mrs. Elva Me Swain last week. Mrs. Georgia Ledford of Cher ryville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lovelace. Mr. and 'Mra.-T. C. Lovelace accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Putnam of Charlotte to PUBLIC AUCTION Ervin’s Garage, 301 York Road, wil], sell at public auction Au gust 15, 1966, at 12 noon the fol- lovvmg car for labor lien and storage lien. One 1956 Pontiac four-door. Motor No. A-82944550 and Ser ial No. A 86544550 registered in the name of Lindberg Watson, Kings Mountain, N C. This the 28th day of July, 1966. ERVIN’S GARAGE 201 York Road 7:28-8:4 r^\ 4 -^\l Vw-* and Mrs. Hubert Lovelace. lotte spent part of last I visiting his grandparents i and Mrs’. Crawford Lovela Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Putns I caime after him Sunday. M Gerrude Champion visited I iLovelace’s Simday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lake Norman. Rev, and Mrs. N. S. I spent Thursday through Satur day with Rev. and Mrs. James A. Clark of Alcoa, Tehn. Robin Weaver is spending this week with her grandparents Rev. and Mrs Hardin. • Mr. and Mrs. P. H. MeSwain visited Mrs. Celia Gauldin of Rock Hill, S. C. Sunday. They went esp^ally.,to. see his broth er, Mr. and Mrs. Price MeSwain and family of Detroit, Michigan. Bill Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oland Horn left Monday for Fort Jackson, S, C. to be induct ed into the Army. The primary Sunday School class of Oak Grove Baptist chhreh went to Rankin Lake in Gastonia Monday on a picnic. Visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Champion Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jas per Philbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Deap Champion and Mrs. Elva Me Swain. STATE PRIDE Champion Towels.... ...2 Fox 1.00 Hand Towels ... 3 Fox 1.00 Washcloths 6 For 1.00 Mis. Md)amers ffites Conducted Funeral rites for Mrs. Lester Anne McDaniel, 82, widow of J P. McDaniel, were held 'Tuesday, July 19th, at 4 pjm. from Beth lehem Baptist ch**roh. Rev. Robert Graham assisted by Rev. James S. Mann, official ed at the final rites, and inter ment was In the church ceme tery. Mrs. McDaniel died Monday, July 18th, In Haven-n-Hills Rest Home in Rutherford County fol lowing Rlness of several years. She was a native of Cleveland County, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Giigg. Her bus band died In 1956, She was menuber of Bethlehem Baptist <^urch. Surviving are three sons. Da thla McDaniel and Floyd Mc Daniel, (both of Kings Mountain and Chief Warrant Officer James W. McDaniel of Fort Campbell, Ky.; four daughters, Mrs. Homer Harmon, Mrs. Wayne Wells, Mrs. James Ledford, all of Kings Mountain, and Mrs. Roy Coth- rane of Shelby; and sister, Mrs. J. B. Watterson of Grover. ara 18 grandchil en. Mrs. J. B. Watterson oi Grove tiSm aurvivtog 18 grandeW Am nod li^Mft<HniM«biUre Suimnef Sale T THREE DAYS ONLY - THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY STATE PRIDE Twin Sheets 1.44 Double Sheets 1.64 Pillow Cases 2 Fox 74c LIMIT 6 TO A CUSTOMER LADIES' Snmmei Dxesses.....: Vz Piice LADIES' Summex Hats 1.00 SMALL GROUP OF BLOUSES AND SLACKS ALL SHORTS AND SWIM WEAR LADIES' WEAR DEPARTMENT-MAIN FLOOR SMALL GROUP Ladies' ^gexie Vz Price MATERNITY Dxesses and Spoxtswear Vz Price ONE GROUP Summex Jeweliy Vz Price Ladies' SpoitsweaxVz Price Oux Coat Lay-j(^ay Sale Continues Through This Week MEN'S WEAR AND ROYS' WEAR DEPARTMENT BOYS' SUMMER Suits and Sport Coats Vs to Vz Off MEN'S AND BOYS' Swim Wear Vz Price MEN'S AND BOYS' Reimudas Vz Price MEN'S AND BOYS' SHORT-SLEEVE Sport Shirts Vz Price MEN'S SUMMER Suits and Sport Coats Vs to Vz Off MEN'S SUMMER . Dress Pants Vs Off '.8, MEN'S SHORT-SLEEVE Knit Shixte Vs to Vz Off MEN'S Summex Pajamas Vs Off BLANKET LAY-AWAY SALE Reg. 2.99 8.99 Beg. Now (L99 6.44 m m MANY. MANY OTHER SUMMER WEAR BARGAINS

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