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Two Are Fined
By Price Panel
Eageae Robert*. MUjrr of Robert*
" grocery. aad B. Sj. Oates. man
agcr of m service station refreshmeat
establish meat on King street,
made voluntary coat ribntioa* to the
U. S. Treasary. after being fooad
gnilty of OP A prire violations following
hearings l>efore the local Wat
Price and Rationing board price
laaeL Tnesday afternoon, it was an
nomasM Wednesday by W. K. Blake
It. chairman of the board.
' Mr. Blakeiy said that Mr. Robarts
made a eoatribatioa of $100 after being
fpand gnilty of selling rig* ret teat
price* oxer ceiling, and Mr. Oates
made a eoatribatioa of $4X20 fo?
overcharging on the aale of beer.
Mr. Btakdr mid that a garage owner
was fan ad not gnilty of reported
rer-ehargea on repair wark aad that
a reotaaraat oom waa cnooctatcd
of^chargen of food price violation*.
thcnc two man.
TV prico panel has the reapoaslbility
of hearing easoa of reported or
recharge* by retailers ia the board
area, aad ia eaaao where Tiolatioas
tkraacat af tbo prico admiaistratioa claim.
Casta aot Mitltd ia tfcin ma a
atr ait aabjert to proaoratioa b*
tbt District OPA Kaforrcmtat dirima.
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Schools Of Cit
Hit&nd-Rnn Driver I_
Pays For Damages ?
A man named Boric?, resident of p.
the western part of the county, paid
rnujc to James Hamrirk, proprie- ti
tor of the Waffle Shop Saturdav o
night after he had driven away hurriedly
following a smash-op involving n
his and Hamrick's automobiles on e.
W. King street Saturday afternoor u
Chief A. E. Adrrholdt said Boyle? n
j stopped his ear suddenly without giv- h
| >ng any signal and that Junior Book
i out, driving Hamrirk V ear. smashed p
! into Bovles" ear. Bovles then drove n
1 off. h
A by stander saw the license nom- C
1 ?r snd Royles was found at his ti
home Saturday night.
Chief Aderholdt said it had no* I
been determined whether charges of F
hit-and-run driving would be prefer- S4
red against Boyles. si
Grandmother Of n
Local People Dies e
Funeral rites for Mrs. J. M. Jett. s1
TO. grandmother of Mrs. Bruee MeOaaiel
and Jimmy Harris of Kings T
Mountain, were held Monday after- ,
noun from the Buptist ehurch in Pae- (|
nlei Station. S. C.. interment following
in the cemetery there. ?
Jett succumbed at Bpartau- ^
burg General hospital Sunday at ]
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Imiwii * via?? <Ujt n ii>UK 1110^.
Surviving, in addition to her erand
j rkiMrrn her*. is a duzMer. Mrs. T?. |i
| A. Harris, formerly of Kinrs Moon- ji
. tain. bat now a resident of Tavlors. t
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Funeral For Allen *
To Be Held Today
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Fnaeral umifw for Odell GibsOii f
1 Alloa. 37. nko died suddenly at his
1 home oa Bidjre street Tuesday after- ,
' nooa at I o'eloek, will be held this a
afteraeoa at 3:45 at Beeond Baptist
ehareh. with interment to follow i-? m
Maaataia Beat eemetery. The rites
will be roadaeted by the pastor, Bev. P
B. T A net i a. 3
Mr. 'ABea was aa employee of Pau- >
Kae MilL (1
Barviring are his wife and two rhil
drea. Viri and Betty ABea. both of I
Kings Maaataia, two stepchildren. 1
Mrs. Virginia Himsoa. lamaa. 8. C? *
and Everett Flemings, with the ar- j
my in the Paeifie. a brother. Howard I _
L Allea of Kisp Moantaia, and a i
sister. Mrs. Plato Heavener, of Oak
Bidye. Teaa ?i
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King* Mountain city schools will
[wn for the 11*45-46 term on Wedesday.
September 5. it was annouunl
Wednesday bv B. X. Barnes, suerintendent
of eity school*.
Mr. Barnes said that a general
tacher*' meeting *11! be held at 10 ,
'clock on the moruing of Sept. 4. "
He also annonneed that Miss Ten- X
ie Miller, of Shelby, who had resignil
the |>osition of high sehool comleree
teaeher. had reeonsidered and <
ronld neain hold that position in the
Another vaeanev filled during the
ast week was that of home eoonolies
teaeher at Davidson colored
igh school. Lillian Wyatt Howell of
therryville. has accepted that poslion.
However, Mr. Barnes said. Mary 8.
'itigerald, former teacher of English
tench and history at Davidson
rhool. has recently resigned that poition
to accept a scholarship to New
fork university and this post has
ot been filled.
Still listed as vacancies are three
lementary teaching positions and
he position of high school band infractor
Schools are opening earlier thin
ear than last. Last year's opening
ras delayed by the polio epidemi-j
hronghont the Piedmont area.
Boey To Address
Basons At Picnic
Senator Clyde R. Hoey will be the
>rinripal speaker at an old-fashioned
of the 37th Masonic district
n t?e held at Oardner-Webh college
t Roiling Springs on the late afterloon
of August "2n<l. it was announce
thi* week l>y O. C.O'Farrell,
co ret a ry.
The recentlr formed 37th district
nelude* the eight Masonic Lodges of
lev eland county.
Tn a letter to Masons throughout
iv- .? \ir OTarrell has urged
J] to attend the outing and has la-?~d
a ? ?-~!a' -ation to widows
ad orphans of deceased Masons.
Lodge* in.'-.'od in the district aro
dieloy \'n. 2<?2. Kings Mountain No.
39. Moorcsboro No. 338. FaTlaton
*o. 338 ramp No. 354, Orovor
To. 373. Casar No. 579. and Lawnate
"We know well have an excellent
neeting." said Mr. OTarrel. "and
re are particularly anxious that all
fasons bring their families.
t&tio" Holiday Set
far Cheaper Shoes
A large selection of Inexpensive
Soe* fo? adults w:!? be removed from
itionin? Tor the period Ausrnat 27
trough October 13, the OPA anounced
Shoe* rorered by the order nre
hoe* Bade before March 1, 1<H4,
ad retailing at #3.30 or le** a pair.
TttU p ?inn war bel>e"ed to have
ceo taV"o in preparation for tennl?*ion
of all ?hoe rationing early
eat re--, A War Proportion board
rficial who a*ked anonymity taldroepeerp
are "rerv sood" for Omination
of the rationing at that
OPA aaid it* aetion wa* baaed on
port* tbat lower priced *hoe* are
?t moving out of dealer*' atoeka.
Tke pablie. the agency aaid, ha*
rem reloctant to *pend ration atanpa
tr ine* penal re ahooa.
OPA aaid the temporary relcaao
P lower-priced ahoea coold not inlade
children'* aiaeo became thoro
ork* have not arennanlatod.
Udinm Grass Growing
lo Hone BJiow Moves The
King* Moantaia T>ioe* clnb'a
ecoad A a anal labor Day ' horao
tow will not be hold at the high
'hoot stadina, aa proriooaly anoameed.
bat ia to bo hold on th* Old
all Park oa the Tork road.
Daeialaa to ckango tke location of
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lik'i 4lr?ftan loot ?Mk, tft?r it
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kt rtakHw t? JtM, kmd btfni to
A kerw *kow ring if to bo bnilt on K
i? boot rite Bad temporary hlearh- S
r* n?rM for tk? event. ' vi 3
1'Exeept for tbe ekoapre in 1oeo- rjfeS
!o?," Holland TWxon, rloh pro*Idont jjri.lS
to tod, "tbe to* if iroiBir on Of '
loaned. Pan far ilitlee will be availbio
for konwttff, Of woti Of for
porta torp, aad am anticipate the
Oft aWw ta tk? hfatorr of the e- . r-^jj|5|