Lil; i - '
Ljj' j^ft' !
mill iiif"jrYi)'ini ,jTLr mi
Klnge Mou.taia'e Uatad dia
eharged aarrlea peraoaael inalada^
two H<nb?r of the WAVES thli
weak, along with aia King* Mow
Ml* moa. Tfcoao diaciargad iaotadt
L*>\> ' lgj?a Harp Vraaaea Oaatt. YfC
?' . tagktar of . Mr*. Baaala Qantt
Kv. . Htaa Dorothy Hayaa, daaghtar oi
f XIpar. rot arming from the Paelffa
! thaatac, O. L. IfeDMM. M.1J1
1 and Jdra. Qrlar HeDaaW. JjBfi
Allraa, aoa of lira, i L XilgK
Haaaab. BM 90, aoa qt Mra. 8adU
i L Xhrtoa:i'.v,?
**W *XOA* VTAKP
3para atamp No. 9, la Batioa
-BoA?tmHf ww **1U fa* fin
ed Iqgh i 11.11y foe oaaalng hogtr. tkf
imPmmm *14 ,v Will TiMh
v ? A?m+
MMfMlK sjjkp icnn?4: >
. .' *? lfl On J. M mur'teMHMM.' ": tkl
If''/ '''yfiCjKn' s
S'- . " A wB3SSFTo4; :K
f: ' ' Oman Pes* IT*, l* w? ce kdd
TlWrtiy night, at the City Hall AC
ft80 for tko'f;nf|M o( diseaaslng
* flui for a Klip Mountain eotry
la tke junior baseball program. An
Legionnaires an urged to attead,
abd ara being asked to liet pronpoeta
for the team.
BAYFIELD hI STATES
Uti. J. V. Bayfield reeerved a
telegram from Kir husband Wednesday
stating that he bad arrived
at Seattle, Wash. The Kings Moon
tain soldier is retmralng from the
' XXWAVXSI FEOORAM
Dr. Carl V. Tyner, owner and
song eye of Leaksrills N. C., hospital,
-will address members of the
Kings Mountain Kiwanis elnb at
their meeting at the Woman's club
Thursday atgfct at 6:80. The hospital
M LeaksvlUe to a 50-bed instland
'comparable to tha
V * ptaaaad Kings Mountain hospital
* . ,.z? f <
. . *: . vv' *
*\ ^a^^mssaanama . ^aiaaa ' baMaiaA
< ; J OOTTET or BOKOB
vvJ' Tha regular monthly Boy Scout
I >- Oaart of Ho* nor will be held
'. i? Tkmroday night at Tiifi at the 01 ty
Hall, according to an announce/*
; meat front Piedmont Council headquarters
V " ' " ' "V
; . HXBOtXTIVBS OLTJB
Mies Maria Oameaa, daughter of
the President of . the -Philllppine
Oemmonwealth, will address members
of the Clsxslaad Ooanty Kx estlrsa
elub and their guests at a
diaaer meetiag Hotel Charles,
Shelby, Friday bight at 7 o'clock.
> idntn Tieorritliae should be in
tha hands of Sssntaiy J. w. Oa
I **** M*? - i
i - ' '' V-'.".':.
& . Mart lath, stty rsersatfea diroeton
mwnil ttto week that ^ths
"V hK^ i&''^J^?jri*^;^t?^m^iiamm^m
CUriM 8. WHMuu, wiU4M?a v,
L Kia*? MounUia Willi iWtlfi, l?
I fuaowiBf UHj Hi mUUmy tc* $
, TSEmtfiS1 si
> **& * ., ; fa
^Wl |ft the ?rm to Clereland county |
jfflBjgy rttj^f iffii***" j M "1J5
BjHUi of Mr. Willianu into the OU
fc1 llfNtt :1H*'l eurpriee to veteran foil | XI
, t.elanh at the county, who hod not to
figured Mr, Williams fa their pro- th
primary accounting. M
;t VhoTo yw also indication Wedaea- th
day-thai the race for the House mu ?
l would become a three-man affair, M _
k %& *&+ **? of Sheiby. wme be- 1
lag Uotod ae an almoot certain can "
9 ^S <?$
. j tWahi'' hy State Senator Loo ; X
M 'fPhpfc?pa? pabllehot of the . Shelby
" Hpfr'Star, that ho aroald bo a eaa- '
- Vldate for re-election, aad the a?- _
' iMMMMat by Boiaoo Kennedy,
Shtfb^ attoraoy, that ho would ho a
* etfhW.'HtO tor dietriet solicitor,
g v Otherwise the activity wan limited ?
a to already announced candidate# who
P *?"imtMg" U VMtoM parts of j!
ft <b' HM>| O IWlK tl?M^T?l frnows ,
. m>u ?** o?t tk. IMII .itu J
it ;'?^SS9a9^,> ?* 2
.for t*-cleetlan, ?i? )n King* Houn. tk)
tain *ussday, m *u Hugh A- fco- ^
tiki). Jft' candidate for the riff. we
"I -will bo 'a candidate for thr
8tate House of Representatives in the ^
Democratic primary," Mr. Williams ]
said, "and, if elected. I ehnll do my ' jj,
utmost to serve nil the people of ^>el
Cleveland eonnty, and not particular 1 _n
"I will complete my platform with >
11 in the next few days and will an- tel
I nounce it in the near future," he C5t
Mr. Williams, a native of Kings
Mountain, is a former city eommt* -p
sioner and a veteran of World War
I. with almost two years service over M
He is the second Kings Mountain 1
man to enter the spring politic*, on
wars, Hal Ward, state highiyay pa- sta
trobnan, having previously announced eo,
his candidacy for sheriff. die
Tn atinnnn<*iner liU #?ru*tJa*w iw.
Mull aid:" K ' i r ~ O?
"I appreciate tbe_ general interest "3
> that ie being . manifestedby my Th
friend* in tbe county on my behalf, ad
pud if elected will serve my county foi
v "tod itate to the beet of my ability." tig
Drive To Bring Symj
To Begin Monday; $!
'.X - ii .
Member* of Kings Mountain's Set, Y1
lor and Junior Woman's Clubs will
begin a financial campaign Monday
for the purpose of raising |500 to
bring a portion of the North Carolina
Symphony orchestra hero for two concerts
on April 11, according to an announcement
thlo week by Mrs. An
brey Maunsy, chairman 'of the earn*
: paiga.' A
sueeessfal campaign will mean
that a 81-pleee oreestra will give a I ^
ypoclal concert for children oa the aftevaooa
af tAprll 11, and a second
ooaeart Car the pwbUe ea the evealng fl
.' Wlm MAepilgn thU W eaadnetod by
' mu of m'sinlituehtfs fig 'the North
"' wtUm ^ymphsaj orchestra peaidaUna.
hntoet of a $1 membership ? '
title# the tt)m ta attend the oaas.
sorts hero, and aim the orchestra's
sea sorts in flhelbs and Oksiittt* ^
m ^ m
A ( twtlliMp MtttUa tk? pe
pMdm? ** *"*" 1
iilji MMWMMK f*r C5e * *
r "zlltllI -n
vOl vm>VB9 m*w UfUWJl llll
IE W??. .
iirlrMBBl' iSim iim mm J
>( * v v
n^^^jflHR?'*V ' vPa*' / m
la?-: Vi -V >; ,jfc '^V^B
Hi ^?3'? ^r> j? >
4HL ttt I
Iffh ' - nlff*". JwMKe? . " *1
Hit- ^ jjjfc^v i-JitA ' .1
ki\i\ fi| I
% Mir Ms rsMMiry for Ms B?
OaxoUaa Bom of
r. TOIms^i Mm msW of
^oodwad A Sn
^pens March 21
Joe Lot Woodward sad Boa Mm'*
top will opoa for basieeaa sock
inredey, Msrek tl, It wb* aaaoma1
Wednesday by Joe Loo Wooond,
The sow fins, King* Moaatata's
ft retail eotabUahawat for
located os Mfaattim street la tW
itmpi baUdiaf. ;
KU- WnMH eaM (he dm wib
ke apparel tee )tin ?*?, aeeu aad
n, ?ad wfll alio asB aperttag good*
nV? emrcity ofgoods, Mr.fWood
ird -a. "bat la the aear fatare j
> bop* to bar* la atock everything
r an?for play, work, or dreee oelioaa.''
Mr. Woodward, a native of King*
mil tain, was for SO years a memr
of the sales personnel at Marice
Store, and for* 10 years was
inager of the firm.
rhe- Putnam building has been cxisively
remodeled to bouse the new
[arch 16, April 13
3eturriay, April 13, is the final day
which candidate* may file for
do senator, house of representativ
county and township offices. Canlate*
for state offices including
>se of solicitor and judge, . must
" by Saturday, March IS.
rhe primaries will oeear May t8
a precinct meetings hare beaa eall
for April 20, county eenreatiou
r April 27 and the state Demoera>
Convention May 2 at Raleigh.
phony Here ..
rammer Thlavsa IUn?l>e
of ore Alarm Bounded
Two Bhmmk Otty youths, Ium
ob?t BUI iff* 18, and Bob?t
trta, ip II, wwro walktac on
? wMO a tnmUai Imk Mdt'
orrtmn V. It Tan sad OUy
Jmui w*STtJ*-J* ?t Z!L
ia> meaa '
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. a. .^
^or State Ho
it. Maw 14. VM?
Banquet Set Ft
John L M?OQI, wcll-kno* n Kiig?
l^utali druggist, will b? iastalleu
I! president of the King* iiountaifc
bitkuti UMMUtioi aext Tuesday
M|kt a* the association kolds tta
I employer-employee buqeei
It tW Woman' Club at ?:*"
ikminwit that Mr. MeOm had
bf*S elected association preai lent
lade by Mrs. Lyawood Partem. a?ggplstlus
secretary, who aanomnce.1
. r ' *' ?* -I *1 -? ?
a ? k ?i ?D citTHUU OV IOC
J. W. IIIUb waa elected vicepresident.
' The following directors were elected
to eerve for two years: J. B.
Keeter, Olee A. Bridges, B. 8. NeiU,
Martin Harmon. Mr. Keeter waa ab?
elected to 'nerve aa the local assortstlea'a
director in the North Carolina Merchants
Gstd-OTcr directors will include
Hiltee Bath, retiring president, ex
pfflsie, C. L. Early, Claude Hambright,
t. E. Aderholdt and Mr. McOitL "
A. Boeeee, of Charlotte. will co*
make, the principal address at the
baagaOt meeting. He has recently
if >he> at several Ladies nights e?
Teata la this areau
" Jlyron Keeter aad ether mamlicn
at tit# arrasgeaaeata wMw will ^
ask* a eaaraaa sf association mensLas*
this weekend to sea tickets tar v
Mm event, which are $1.80 each. ^
ihl a feature of the mooting will I]
fee a prim drawing for the ladies.
*aro than ISO mere heats and their I
employ*** are expected te attend tae I
r- ; **
' ?Ll'tO*,w - .. - sf
Mrs. W. A. Manner. mlltami
Kings Mountain citizen, -will be Iras- ]rit
ored Thursday morning as "Good
Neighbor of the Day" on Tom Brea- wo'
nenan'i "Breakfast in Hollywood"
program, according to an arfnounce- ctB
ment received by the Herald thin 1
week from the American Broadcast- lying
Mrs. Mauney was nominated for
the honor by a fellow-citizen Mrs. G.
VT. King, for hey Bed Cross war *?d
The "Breakfast ia Hollywood" pro l
gram is hoard here over the ABC net <lru
work from 11 o'clock to 11:30. It is ***
carried over Gaston la and Hickory ^
statins and WAYB Charlotte, among (hs
assay other stations throughout the
All "Good Neighbors" become ellgiblo
for aa award of a $1,000 savings
bond, with aatisaally kaowa ~
personalities nswptlslng tke board 0t I j
judges. Mrs. Masusoy win receive a 1*1
gift of aa orekid for kavimg bees aa- M
Mia. King's letter, nominating lbs * '
"May I aomiaato aa a Goad Nol- h
gbbor Mia W. A. Maaaer af Kian I As
Mountain. North OutUn, who ?H (Wl
4m|Nn Ihrtk 15 th t pon
"Since Peart Hnrtx>r Mrs. Mum; Ma
hu MtunhUd a credit of 9,068 ee.
hoars la Bod Cran kiittiift. ^h? tea Far
rtrnrd this credit by klittilg 48 bag be
sleeved sweaters, 57 sleeveless sweat- Amy
e-n. 7 shawls. 101 helmets and 7 pain I:
of aoeka^ a total of 287 garments. Coa
"la additioa to this Mrs. Manner
pore hand wool, crocheted aa afgkst .
and donated it to the local ehaptos j
to send to a government hospital fm
the eopfart of oar woaaded sold lorn. "!J
Ad wi DWiWil tigatbii the sqaar
o<t of fiyo other afghaaa?oqaares
which had bona asado by other.
"Da yyd aft think nrh deraKoa ass*
U thia wort V turning of roeogat 8
MP'' * eoa
* %*> - . '.V taB
8eoaa4 Youth Center 1u
wm Be Open Boon .
_Tba bnildiog formerly aoad by J
fVaaix ittoree mr Pkytx MIM 1T?.
S win MM be th* home of jft JMt>
Klm*? KmWi, , r?u imnmN "
tide m*k by Bert Bath, ?Hy mom ?
tlM Airortor. T "
Bmntt 7?ug people have mhm*y UJ
ggtiff gg |>
l j jyp'jn .
use Of Reprc
eral J [j
ints Head; B?
Dr Tuesday ^
. _ ?
rS ud ii
? tioa ?
' tke u
JK|u? anuat -+ ?. a. mm- utn
!* zsn* Zm! tk*u
Umm ts ki Mi tt Wibii'i OUk H. ]
M*y. that t
oart Disposes ??
f 18 Cases.
IB rial? ii city ractriler'i rout esde
lined riifttly duii( tin past ! * ta
tk, baft IS esses were disposed mt I'""
ore Jadge a C. OTbnsIl Msndsy. - Os?
lajerity a* tbs essss Isroteed stsdisi
inksanesa. Isdsibf fear eases *
lea D. Aiia?. entered, bntni la CS?IA
rreck ken last week, waa flaeJ
aad easts far draahea driving, ia ft* ei
i of a six-month sentence, alaa sseetin
k tke condition that ke aake sat- 1 ' fk
ictory tdjntaeat witk V?a Whit- *r.
tk, colored, operator of the ear lire pi
imi smashed. Adams' driver's li- we, if
se waa saspeaded for 12 months. oa wh
'oa Matthews aad Geo rye X. Beat terest,
who faead the sa? charge were The
td $50 aad costs la liea of sea- the ea
res of three moaths each. Mat- -fair 1
its' Ik-ease was also saspeaded. meant
Beetty was fined $10 aad rate o
ts for driving without a license, when I
ee Sellers, also charged with a deeli
aken driving, requested a jury 000 ve
f. O. Rtyers. foaad guilty on tsro thinks
rges of draakeaaess. was' taxed ble wit
h the casts aa the first charge, of 15
fined $5 aad easts oa the see- board
, and Andrew Johnson paid $5 bonds
(Cont'd an page fear) |
ions Gob Endorses (
buns For Farmer s Nij
[eabcn of the Kiagi Matitaia Rm]
m CM voted tatiiooohr at
kr M?tiig Tecaday ij|lit to tap- MOW
t the wgwlntiw of a Ki*|f
utaii Ckiaber of Coaaer B. I
mod laid ptu? for their autpl MasnO
mer'a Night beaqoet whUh ?HI1 Wr. s
held at the Wowaa's CTab Toco- VU.U
eight, March M, aawaa
a votiag to sappett a Chamber of
uoereo for Kiags Moeataia, the eoaOcf
aborohip acted apoa a reoolatioo trtct
eedersoaseet by the ehab's civic Mffl,
tcnaeat r ? litter. J. ]
t waa aaaooaeod that Callea Joha
. of radio atatioa WAAL, Raleigh, ?* *!
I make the prtaeipal addreoa at casagi
aaaoal Termer'a Night oroat.
Johaaoa, has apahaa la aaap aoe haaAa
to of the state aad has twice Mmal
lo addtooaaa hero. Wo 1
aa* Wadr, nhatiwaa of the ehah
lasittee oa safety, aw da a short II FU
t ooacoralag the Uoao-Potioo do *
tawat safety eaaapaiga, aad Carl HpOB
Mho dab, Charles A. Oofarth.
i Haffatotler aad BS9 Pshaws. ?.>
1W WuL1*! 1
DutaMtt. Mwta MMN ul CWT
^ki^lunir W"** **H i
W. U n*.k, ? * JJ-J
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a . '\
I 9 P&tnes
* Today /
FIVB CENTS not OWT - j j
g? MfuUiali board of eomi?n,
i> rafibr meetiig at the
Hall Tuesday light, pawed a
k* ?_ a -
hob 10 me* irru|HU>ti for
0,000 bond election for pabUq
rottd, the faads woold bo alio
on tbe following tentative boD00?075.000
oproTiont of tbe MeGUl hoik
mad immwj sewer liao earn.
900?060,000 for street imaenta.
DOO?035,000 for water liao.
ions, fire hydrants, ete.
000?000,000 for coospletioa of
900?015.000 for light and pow
iras stated that the bond oleeroald
probably be held daring
inner, pending obtaining eatifrosa
engineers, approval of
nd inane by the Local Governcommission,
aad completion of
U. Bcrdette, city manager, said
he reaolatioa was the reealt of
it aomber of requests from eita
all aroaa oC the city for
improvements, sewer eatenaad
other city serrieea.
addition, the city, with a stadget
aad income, is also faced
Wag costs of mstsrisli aad
mWSllM COnts nkiat k?.
operation oh the prateit bad
e??tagiy difficult dviig Ui
t fiooal ymr." km nil
Mniag tW MaplttiM of the
a, a luoUtiw tigied by bead*
i ebk trguiatiou ? tha
ebb. Kiauh efcsb, JuiN
?r mt Ci?ii 11, VTW aad A
Ugtoi ? wu pranUd to
ty board at its Taeeday Bight
g U|iig immediate action oh
tioa of the stadium.
Burdette said that the tentalaa
for bundling the bond tovoted,
is to issae serial bonds
ieh payments, other than inwould
not begin until 1956.
eity's bonded indebtedness at
d of the entreat fiscal (jrest
I will be 6398.000. with this a
being retired at an annual
f 631.000?633,000 until 1851,
he bonds start coming doe at
ining rate of approximately $3,
sr this plan, the eitr board
that the bonds srin be iasuath
a maximum tax rate increase
cents per $100 valuation. "The
feels, it was stated, that tha
would be sold at a maximum
(Cont'd oa page four)
r. UI V.,
L mn, taMnr if tkt Etap
Hi Wi tumor thM ?tr ti.
i tat ton wiihii to tto
i trto far toato tan.
, Hfti toeat eWaaa to gtw
r wm cttT? show,
nor Btnohtll Qint>
iton ?f Jttatr W. Btaekw*U
feral afcaw b> tka aarty "spcia*.
mrthf ta veto af ita mmm*
fcka bmUm af Ua aquka U
ki tka City Hall Tiwd*r