VOU- 34 NO. 34.
State And N
RK-l?iBO--VC, \*., Aug. a.?Mrs. H?*lt>r?j
v??.<jj? lto/ni?#lH. ; woosc i
l.\.stKUivl ch?f4*4 her * lilt iaiemper- ?
kin <irln'u.iCk; and with conxutnicg ?
tit tai- wuiente." of two botlh:s I
U? champ uu.- ?t therr v< dding re'
t>twi* w .*? ;j)nohibi>?. today In !
court artir-r ;o rcmov her otto year
old MMk front Virginia.
11 iimm Jiuua PUTTIE?).\
oolda. wen of a manufacturer here,'"
w?a turned ?N.< guardian of her child
1 A:ulnn A w O tsi - '? ?
?vo, <1 J?. *,?avjr:u? O- ]
cross tyoatecu England u.day, baler-j;
iufc ctxxpB and .felling trees* but most i <
erf lire sweltond 1n a twat I'|
where. The ir.xrcbt rahwonn in 4?rr
yearn flood-^j itio'ts In tbe south-' c
wrest comer of Britain to a depth
of eight Motorists bed jo u*?
b'-taHights) during the day. ,
SjWuintj'irg, a. C.\, Aug. ?Troy ,
Thornton ot Cowpesra was in the cti.-- |
* uxly ul officers toJay as a coroners <
jury ipiaoned further investigation
into the death of E!k1c Blantcn, is j
>?? o*d G-affuey textile -worker. ,
Tfco jury found at an Inquest yes- '
tentsay <J?at ft Lin ton died from effeo s:1
of a bVrar <<n tho Tread by ThornU)a i
and rooomtarended that the Cowpens'
' nun be hold. '
HUo, Hawaii. Aug. 2.?Thirty bI<:j
pciecM wtwe tneartoi to ray for buck <
?bo6 wounds and other injuria gt.' - i
fund 1n the (fiercest labor riot tn <
HOoto recent history. .. 11
One longshoreman wai sobbed hi
tbu ski* with a bstyonot, a err nil per
000 were peppered about the hea. j .
iMith Ibuckabot and many received
head Ibjurtae^ yesterday ta a bloody (
(Mounter tnt-wecn police and' acme .
?00 wwterr front strikes find sympa- j
^ Laraflrtx Ky.. Aug. 2.?The Federal
Government and 'the defense In the
eleven weeks' Harlan anti-labor toa|
piracy mistrial spent an estimated
$360,000 without a decision whether]
a eocDviotkia ta possible on a criminal
violation -under the Wagner Labor
Court aauxclies made the estimate
after Federal Judge H. Church Ford
late yesterday discharged the hopelessly
deodiocked Jury, which bed
dtalUberaUdl nine hours and 53 nunutca.
ttdah, Ci'If.. Aug. 2j?John Aa*sen
eight duo', nine i.ich giant who oeic<>
nvdarhed .jO" tvounds nnd traveled
wSfch a dreua 25 ye? rw. died be re yea '
tenday in t'uo MeodocSno Stale Men- 1
tal HospiH.U. Aasero, In Retirement 4
year*, had dw'.mdie:.' to 247 pounds.
Chairiflswm, 8. ., Aug. ?Je? Ilantin,
fanm<v City policeman, waa |
fiOUQd ywt?tnl*y hanging by a bam- i
mock rope in liia ceil at the Charles- I
ton Ceuaty Jail. Coroner John P. Do ]
vasux said it was suicide. Hantht
bad been h??'.d without, fcr.i) elnco 11
June 15 on chatngew of kidnaping. .<
# j H M II ?*i m i ? if
Not So Poor As He ]
, By IRVIN
""THE NATIVE waa making slow he
and sasaafrus sprout.? which co
; growth. Behind him rose a knobby ;
[the raina had washed out gullya in t
ifcS7 / O.V/ I '-niJir n
nil fenco ran in crazy zitrxaggings
and on all sides, the clearing was c
A Northern tourist, who was i
hills, halted hia car and hailed the ir
"My friend," he said, "you look
"Well,'* said the native, "I aim 1
'and advanced to the edge of the road
"That's what T said to myself, a
why you're content to stave your lif
II never saw such poor-looking sail
yeer stakes and move up Into Ohio i
The resident shook his head.
"You see, stranger,* he answei
aid I guess III stay awhile longer.
"wall," said the tourist, 'ere
mmbm a fellow might in time gi
WK But what on you expect to |
X* : .. >\ >
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i Brief Form
Aattcyllk'. Aug 2.?A Joint e.lurnt
cuniit'.tttc of tbr lbn>' b i'r.: N
- ? of M<'hod'urn biro'toHy
:<> hlt!<ly educational phas.-e of
ilu iWii-tj'W'tioa c-f fb"- MMhc1 i-i 1
Bpln I'.-U t'lnjtvh. South. Hii'i shy.
Wv'Ii'kIj*i. I'rOtevtaai tvurih
ItiiKifli. At.a. 2>?<iot? raor Ho*v|
,< 111 ii i aahmwpii HWWi??"4l?ffi'?
t?i Uiry <( th* lofrlor, that |5,?VK
KK) ft Ho by (toBffresa for tth?!l!u?
I' : jfe noes avuilu- i
T4i' rtUiJ, 's Rarkwsy tofistrncilon
tragrun tor the fi'-scul >,??r includes
t?J 1-2 inlltn ot i-.oii hotw? n rout* ,
< .!. 241 and liin'A'Inu Rook; U mil-:
j. mi w<"?i nsRon ttoad Gap and
PeniMnuu? Maid; and von an-.- 'hnx*
piartcr ,.Hl1ir.3 -between Gooch G*.p
rod Hk k Creek Gap.
('iiinard. 2.?A* a r<xtilt of!
ut r,ltorca'l.?:i I a to. yesterday afterioc?
tin Cabarrus Count r) Club
>*f avocii two etui "flea. Kdwnrd Harris,
md \Vootlrow Hampton, the latter is
n soP'tocs condl'Ion et the Cabarrus
Sorarr. r:t. Maxtor Robinson and:
>*pirt,y l>. H. Sinlt'c, officers Investl ft.
I the ease, state that Harris
'led -tli, scene Immediately and has
.or bwrn apprehended.
AshevlUft -Alt?. 2.?iTlie executive
xjnwutti- e of -tlia Financial Ad verbs
ors Ate. relation off America' was
m record tciay as taking issue with
V purport**! etat nnont off Jesse Jonta
of flic K ecan.it ruction Finance Cor
inrtv.'tPon "that bankers wore "sitting
>u 1U10 sidelines and are not in akin?
G-reon shore. Au.f.?Tbo flionthl.v |
eiport of CUarlo, II. Robertson, in-,
ctrrval revenue collector, said tr-IUv
FV:d.rra* (tax collcottons in. No- b
?f,rol!-aa daring July wero $L'4.t?'.?3.
?43.<t8 compared with f28.874.J*33,3S
n July 1937.
StatosvHIo. Aug.?Tho plar' ct
lie Beck-ScfTost Veneer Co.. fomtrly
.the Avmfleld Vcnoer Co.. <*t
OkuncnJ Hill, wfis totally destroyed
jy fKo cf undetermined orrl?li??Runlay
night. The blase had made great
teffiliwrvy when first discovered and
*!f''c^v1Ue. firemen *r.r? unable to
<avo the hulldlnf, centering their
'ffor?s for 4 hours on the. task of
tavliiK other manufacturing plants
n that vicinity.
The building, niachlnerj* and maorial
lost In the conflagration Is ea.
hunted at approximately $30,000. 30
ntn were euiplyocd. Owners of the
interprtse today indicated thej
(could probably rebuild.
Concord. Aug. 2.?P. C. Morgan of
Birmingham, Ala.. Is receiving treat
aicut at tho Cabarrua Hospital tar
fnjurles' sustained lato yesterday* af
tornoon In an automobile accident
rm the Charlotte Highway, ,
Concord, Aug. 2.?Will Moser. neiio,
is In Jail in Concord today after
being found1 by Charlotte officers
In that city yesterday aAcmcon In
pos3cv?ton erf a l-\>rl automobile allegedly
stolen from B. 13. Miaenhefmor
of Concord, who "bad left ttbe
jut parked on Spring Street here
nd the World
^ S. COBB
Might Appear to Be
adway witl? a hoc against the weeds
vorod the slope with their scrubby
Held with deep furrows in it where
he thin clay. Further on, a rotting
i across the brow of the eminence,
nvelopcd by the bleak and povertymakiner
a detour through the footidustrious
like a live chap and a bora hustler."
jo keep busy." He laid down hla hoe
soon aa 1 saw too. I'm wondering
e out in this God-forsaken country 7
in my life. Why don't you pull up
rhcre I thro?"
rod, "I've atu-am lived around has*
ry man to Ma own fancy, and I
K attached even to rarh a spot an
rain try staying m! Tan ale tout
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mum nili npi
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
Have Tag Day
Frooo'6* To ? Used For N*?d>
(i? - ii- for wan) jo be .V turtle* '.o
ihotn ?%ho are unfortunate In our
city. On ihla Saturday, the- ladles of
'he club, a lib u??lv.ance ot wenf
of the >ouiikci tfirl*. will offer for
sale a siii&II red tug. No price has
beta estftbllalw<i tor 4 lusv- ta?s; tie.
buter inaki a 1.1.4 own uri, . All iw^l
soon- wearing u red w .yljl be ccaiirl
buiing to a very worthy tauw Finct
all procmds from the ta^r ?ale will
buy clothing for the needy children
of Kings Mountain. ..
This drive came an a result of the
club meeting held at Lake Montouia
Monday evening when Mrs. Pansy
Kett<-r. County Supervisor of the*
NYA, visited! the club with the offer|
of NYA labor for uciat* beneficial
project. Her visit wee much spprecla
teJ by the club members ?- ejpeclal
ly 3inco It paved the way for a nohlo
work which, the club Is a.txlous to do
If money is raised to buy material,
the; NYA. glrU will intake garments'
for those children who catnnot be car
ed for' by the lied Cress or ' \VPA,
yet who are in desperate cfrcttme'wa
ceo. The previously mentioned organ
tz&tioaB are doing a wonderful work
of course, cannot- help everyone In
need, for these who arc left ?Tag
Day Is being given.
Winter in coming soon; that means
colt! weather. Unless something U
cpn*?, trnany little children will suffer
frcm lack of warm clothing. If 'dvery
one knew what It H to be sold uad
wet and with not enough clothes for
a chenge?then many Red Tags
would be worn on Saturday.
The Junior Woman's Club want*
to batter conditions In our City but
must hffve cooperation. Bach person
wiho Is approached next Saitunhay Is
urged to buy a red tag?at your own
r>rifV1 a r? /V In Jho# utn?? ohritu suilKita
ness to help k? a. great drive that
will bring comfort to those who, V 'h
qirt aid, know nothing but mlwvrj'.
Wear A Red Tag With Pride!
Kings Mtn. Drug Co.
Dealers For Southern
Dairies Ice Cream
Announcement is being nude in
this Issue of Tho Herald) that the
Kings Mountain Drug Co. has been
appointed exclusive agents fee the
nationally known. Southern Dairies
Ice Cream. A complete line of the
delicious products will be carried t>
cording to Messrs Don Blanton and
Johnnie McGHI. A various assortment
of flavors will be nad a.i all
Southern Dairies products are
known tor their goo fatess and rich
qualities, and it lb most fortunate
for Kings Mountain Ice cream lovers
that thin food-giving refreshment
may now be secured tn the Best
Town In the State from the Ktngs
Mountain Drug Co.
Maw. S. M. Oliver, age 85. died
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Fleming Ramseur
on East King street.
Mra. Oliver had been on invalid
for a number of years and for some'
time her condition had! been extreme
ly critical. Members of her family
had been at her bedside for several
Funeral services were held at Ma
rletta near Lumberton, in the old
home church which Mrs. Oliver had
taken so much Interest In helping tc
Surviving aro two sons, Judge N
A. Townsend of Washington, D. C.
and Jack "on Townsend of Hoosicl
Fa We. N. Y.; one daughter, Mrs
Fleming Ramseur of Kings Moun
Ann oiainr .lira TonnnnUnn Qollnis
of Slier City, survlcee and was ai
the bedside of her sister, when th<
Lightning Strikes House
During the electrical storm whld
raged hero yesterday afteitnooi
lightning struck the home of Paw
Harmon, on the Cherryvllle Road
The fuse of the house was blowi
?nri the wires caught fire, but ver;
little damage was done. The Fire D
pertinent was oiled out, but the fir
was already out upon the arrival o
the local firefighters.
The house is the property of D. A
flAUD THURSPAY.^UQfST 18, I*
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1938
EN FOR I
POST OFFICE TO CLOSE
In keeping with the policy of other
po.t office*, the local office will be
ci??ed each Saturday arterr..on at 1
P. M. beginning neat Vi'.urday, Auguet
6th. 'a-ceding *o Postmaster W.
E. Slakely. All in-com<ng mail wilt
be put in boxes and out-going mail
will be dispatched as usual, but the
windows will be closed,
i in"Vawdi ifiiwJltf--|->b .tfiill iV
I hardship wculd tea caused any pa,
tren, aa tha r?|ulir morning dalivarI
loa. ba'h city and rural would bo
mad*, and gant-raC dalivory windowa
wculd b-. cpon until t:CO P. M., ac
that all who gat their mail through
! general delivery window would be
I aerved. This action bringa the Kinga
I V:untain Post Office In line with
! o her firwt and a*:ond Claas Poat
| Officii throughout the country, regards
- . f *
Of Town Passes
Funeral services fcr Mrs. Jluttie
W. McKay, 76, who died to Astaevllle
Saturday were ,bo4d Sunday afternoon
tat 3 o'clock wtb the Rev. W. A.
8tanbury In charge.
Mitt. McKay liad llvoi in Astaefllle
ab>ut 20 years. mcvtng there
fro.n Kings Mountain. Sie was a
men her of Central Mi'Iicdfst church
A mtlve of Wilmington, she was the
du'ibih' of the late Rev, and Mrs.
Jcr-eph Wheeler, her father being a
m^ncn.* lla.fltrvn !?? *h t'c ?-? ?<
jrt VIMIM* (W lliwtr, lUMlK kL I 111
KaKi'rn Norah C?rolltu.
Mrs. McKay's late hast anil was
for nw*|oy years a p.x nlneuj physlcJsjo
of Kings Mountain and the family
daring their rro'-J 'tire berj'wtre
TomlnirtUy i(len.'ifled with religion:
civic and bcsI^I affairs.
She U survived by three ditvihters
Miss Hattle E. McKay of Ashevdlle,
Mrs. .WU1 Morrison, of Chapel
Hill and M<os. Charlton Fleming o*
Brunswick, Ga.. two sons, Joe McKay
cif Haae4wocd, i.cili J. A. McKay
ot AshevQlp; one sister, Mtas L/ara
Wheeler of Wilmington; one bib,'he;
Robert Wheeler at Chick, mauga,
Ga., and several grandchildren.
BE OPENED A
Men's Club Picnic
The Business Men's Club with
tnetr guests win go to jueiaauy a.. it.
P. Church this et cuing for -a picnic
The picnic will be furnished' by
Che 1 adieu' organization of that community.
During the summer months the
Club with their guests p\o?ic in th?
communUlee surrounding every other
By WILL R0GES8
W? SPEND ? ?*** lot of time
criticising traffic cops and
feella' sorry for ourselves when one
of them has Just finished serenadin*
us. So many folks seem to think
thst a cop Just stands out there on
his corner waitin' for some meek
looldn' guy to eome along so he can
tell him wnat he thinks of his drlr>
at. a ? .a
now mo, i aiways uongnt met*
here Knights Of Old waa a couple
of hundred years ahead of their
* time with their armored suits and
I things. If all the traffic cops waa
3 dressed up like that they wouldn't
mind so much standin' in the middle
of the street while two lines of
earn try to aee how closo they can
come without hlttln' him.
Downtown in Los Angeles the
other day a cop waved a lady driver
over to the curb. She had missed
takin* off his uniform by about six
inches, hot after he had cooled off
a bit and she had shown het
licensee, he seyt, "You amstoor
drivers ought to be chased off the
streets, first thing yen Know, you'll
be killing eemebodyr
"Why, efficer," the tndy any*,
surprised, "only TMterday mi sister
TtfntfiM on ntw will 1 BM iwmfd
fin elm the thlagr .
Topic To Lions
Oti la*1 'I Y.tii-l<ir .< fb?- ri 4
Ur lIUH.M 'iu? .? ih" <i k?:> Cl'jli, !( <
It. HM.IIII) ?i> : : . Cl\ ti
-,*nizb(ioii* iriMMiUI |?hi>. (. Uif ? ! ? .
nianj o<|?jK>rt unities to vrwito *
th'" poiret^ jictiuwtn tovai ! Kcono- *
ml:* 8'H.urity. PubMe WeUat-. I'rohlbltliMi.
l?rc?il?utlon.. G inWiaa. Static
Population. OlWiolt'.o .IJJjcr.tltn. and t
I uko-warni lli'lUt'->n. ,?U.. He tlriiuun .
;cd ci*-nriudfri j.cHtiiian^ - i'io.v v
*iu uu?n VI ui1 j;-ruui'<1 maivaniui.
I rws tire I'll" and tires:' rv an lat j I
as they go. but civic organizations
must help create a ihvdti. um'/irs ?< '
people fir r'le light. Nil'hci* hould
th?-y pi act Ire e nd n;. ?i'..i ot; I
tvronis 1m ratiicr %ei an o.v.'jnplc of.
lie 11?l?i. Ann its 'he ' a;udiug ; II
curses of the day nr tot- ;. ial'sticj c
ti-Vfbsi.U'.As, avi tne 1 . ciu-iim .<s. j i
oeliish tcrvlcc is seldom rewarded, j'g
Our .tr.ltude /'ward on ?ounlrj a
should be similar to that of "a true'
ta. her toward his son. \\V. must not1 j
civtug to the le.v and Ltebor or to the',,
4ght two: Capital, bu. up ?nd to God. U
iRov. Hatnm's remarks itxd pros |
enee w ere very beneficial and whole11
fteprtedly r? .iSived by the ch:b. 11
A beautiful musical number wasi f
rendered by Mb-'8 Kayo Mo.'i vhnt
play cri tie Cht.rtnc-it, aeootnpanbnl by I c
one ef the Mscts y Win-; a.*, the 5
" At tl ties'\tj I.' m vote it to 5
to li;. .k. t.h<* Stags In their reiyu .-it for Ij
he \'ji c.' the hi.x Gym for d&oeiu.
Since It a coavmun'.ty project and 0
so much money fias been invested It J
seems a .sharao ti.xt It cannot be 1
used to it's full advantage. 1
Other rnor'.tns voted - i- enrrlcJ t
concent' i i' . " spitlona of several
plans to -fiver h > cur tr* 1. The I
ccmtniftej vihC-.d to \\<.i h. on first *
plan consisted 1 : Tom Cult it," chair- c
tr.'rt, George Mauticy, Jacob Cooper. J
L' A If.^-elll ..?.l rv?J.. 1 It.. !n ~
u. /k. itwt oil <viiu v/in x , it*. J c |
"<Jm;n1tfee <.olc-: r-'d for avcu.id plan!
is Jacob Cooper, Chairmen. Chief J. | J
A. Burns. Dr. A. U lltll J. P. Thoaip;;
son and J. W. Milam, Jr. i]
ND WIDENED jj
At the regular nioiitiil) meeting ofj.
tho Town Council held Men !av night j'
the c:-uncUm?:i voted to open and (
wtdi <t Chcrokev Street from Meun-t^
j 'ain u> King fttroc:. Town, Atiomeyl
1 J. R. Davis was iuu..ru<.Te?l to tike
j the necessary legal steps to g?-t the .
' project undent, ay immediately. The j
'street will be. widearl t<- (if> feet. ,
The epeaing and wivaning of this (
street has been ditoashid tor shout ,
wo yea;*, but with ,v-- fk>n taker. ,
. Monday night, the matter Is settled, j
B. N. Barnes ttad Aubrey Mauney (
appearc i before the Cour.ell with th>
request that lift Tcwn approprD'e
fuiid^ to be matc-lici with a grant ,
from PWA for coe or two parks Torj
in ?*?...? - . *?- %* ? J I
rv?iiKN mvui, ?-*ir. inauiiKV j
ed the possibilities of developing :
ho s. .io'I ' cprrty at the corner of ,
Cleveland Avenue end King street
iiord also the old water works site. >
which is the property of Kings Moun
tain. The matter was taken under od '
viac-un lit by the Beard.
M .'. tir J. K. Herndon presided at j
tho meeting with the following j
Counoiliuen present: John Mnuney,'
Mm Willis and \V. \V. Parr I sit.
BEAUTY EXPERT TO
3E AT BELK S
Miss Euni 'O Knight, b' Jttly expert
trout the Dorothy iVfkiua Co. will ,
oe at Belk'a Indies Sbcppo till day
Monday, August 8th, to give free
facials. and consultation. Mrs. l>. Goforth.
manager.' extends a cordial invitation
to the ladies of Kings Moun
tain to coroo in while Miss knight
ia hore to give this free service.
Mauney Reunion Next
A reunion of the descendants of
Christian, Valentine and Jacob Maun
cry -will be holds Thursday, August 11
it the eile of t' ,? Christ ran Maune;
'tome, now know as Tryon, Ci-astoo
County. All the friends as well as
lescendants are invited to ccnie and
irtng well filled baskets as a picnic
1 Inner will bo vrrvod ft noon. Mr.
>. H. Maun ?j- of Lincoln ton is pre si ent
of tho Mauney Memorial Asso tesloo
which Is arranging for the
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FIVE CENT3 PER COPY
ICE SITE !
l!a*lx for t'te Post Offic site? were
|.* iu V by Postmaster W. E. Hlakeff
aon. ii^ i.i V. c:Ucf *Uh
! y?oo?l e 1-pnclL Editor of The
' :uld taking (join. ihf official ' ofiv.
N'int"' bids w. ??iv offered ?Lit
??fi ((flee <>f $3.bub and the
btbi u being ' .375.
Ponttnat .-r HhiJt'ly mill make out
Vvfail r?;ori t "d a?*nd It ImmedJtcl>*
.to U- Htirvmu Of Procure- '
e ' * hi Wh bififfiCB. U. Before
mmmum***!' nn ihifrhwprw1?wwaii.wn.,^
Be Is -ik' II .1 Pi* Office Official
.ill'vieH kings Mountain and peraon
II) ':.<P<>Ct ?<*; SJ-. I'M Offered.i
o' < o. ' of th- site. building
ml ,?i5r-">?"?t' will-be $?:;.(t00. It la
bouaht til hi ae so. m as tbe site la
i-.-i : h<* (k-tual ce>ru?t ryot loo
fill Ik ?;ln ithprtl*.
The bid* opcvtNl i?y Postinnsr.er
llakcty *itm :m follow*: ,
Dr. !.. I*. !' fter, Mountain .Street
jc.i. H.*. liy 170 It. n< 17.100.
Dr. I>. P. Baker, Kins; Sti'C. Dot.
45 by 170 ft. at 17.100.
Bont.V CcttWl Mill Ixn. bid sublime'I
by \V. K. Miiifify at the cornr
of Cherokee Street pnU Gold
Stivet -w.it.h 120 feet on Cherokee
itreet and 170 fret on Gold Street,
Kounti. Summer* and Virginia < '
lerndoo. lo-t. on. t; .irx-jd Avenue run
iltig through to City Street, 222 It.
ly 198 "ft., at 8C.OOO.
Bonnie Summer* and Virginia
torn-K'n. lot on Hailrood Avenue
unnlng through to City Street, 145
t. by 222'it.. at 82 roo. a
Bid airbmif'.ed b> .f. O. Plook. part
i-A-ner f.n-i .-iy=n<i. A t a- the comer
C Mcurtaiu Street and Canaler .
street, 200 feet by 17f> fe<M. at $7,00.
Property k^own at the old Hamirigbt
Bid llilWilO.ed by !. O. Plonk, part
iwnor .-.ill rtgen'.. lo? at. the corner of
ifounta! 1 Street and ft niler Street,
20 feet by 170 fleet a'. 15.000. Thla .
a part of the told HbmbriJtht properBid
ttibmlUed jointly by Firat
^esbyterian Church attd D. M. Baler.
100 It by 125 ft... at the corner
if Mown. tin Stpe-c* and Piedmont
Ivenue at 88.500.
Bid at:?:ntlt.tf.1i Je fr.iI. by Mrs. If. . . 1
if f'o r ?f A!- L" 1 mr 11 Af>n<l/en ntVil ?I
i. nr. uuuii, nu-u
i<r?. Carrie Hord tor the property at
lie turner of Mtwain Street and
*iedmont Avenue. The hid? may be . |
onslt? ?rt'! sepifEtvly or all togethr.
Mrs. M. M Carpenter. 137 1-2 ft.
iy lift ft., at 36.24T.G0. Klmer Hern*
Ion lot on Mountain Sireet adjoining
'arpenter lot. 31 ft. by 137 1-2 ft., at
I.627.50. Mrs. Carrie Hord lot on
'ledmont Avenue at t he rear of the
Arpenter let. 32 1-2 f . by 120 ft., at
L'yrus Falls Receives
Cvn-s Kails, the man with the 25
Si.nday School record, has re:tdved
congratulations from Cover*
.or Cl> de R. Hoey. The letter ?nom
lovernor canto as a is'sul. of CM arid*
In a rcocnt issue. <? The Kings
Mountain Herald, telling of Mr.
fall---' 25 years o? Sunday School atr
lends nco *it hot: a single, absence.
The article priced in The Herald
ao? published In other paperw tthrou
-h ir '.he ,? re and adjoining states,
which gave the Rest Toent lu The
St.-?: - sonic good publicity for har.Tng
i .n an Htih ;c?h a r? ntarkable pec*
jrti ti..< ;i c.l'lzen.
Mr. It. S. .Peeler, Supu of the Con- '.-a
[ .I Nli.'tfc: .Itft Sunday School of
'.vii t it M r. riii :! number, reeelf
' ? T'ul.i J ory ifkuram from
Bishoi Clary Ftvrell of the Western
Nr--:li ('nrc'.lna. Cmt-.rruce. on the
i '' -i. ! aooNnplij'am >r.: of Mr.
(Opinions Expressed In This Column
Are Not Necessarily the View* of
Washington. too. is going in for
atreaiullntng. It has cut "gc.no but
not forgotten" down to "gone and "
forgotten " Tbe evidence is. a recent
pronunciamcivto by tlio Federal
Trc?!o Commission that c6?t of Hvtnp
'.nerec.eezv of late have been caused
by "rr.cncpolies. price fixing and
other business practices"
There was no hint of a memory
that these practice# were imposed up
on business by experimental federal
law#. For instance, It wan the alia of
the NRA to standardize watrs rata#
and thus fix costs and prices. The
Bituminous Coat Act lets a group to
Washington toll coal <J?l?rs how
much they mwt charge. The AAA la
effect gives the A*r jcultursl Depart
(Cont'd on Editorial page) . 9