ge, he adds.
'Greater Kings Mountain 21.914
Limits (1966 Census) 8,256
City Limits (Estimate 1968) 9300
...a Gia«t»t Kiagt Mouatola figuf* fa daihraS tNM lit
apMtol Uniud Siatts tuitou ot tiM Cta^ ragtrt •
ianuary 1966. and IntludM th*
Numtoar 4 Towuhip, end tb« i
Number 5 TewB«hlp, In CltveloMI County i
K rat conrat rtnow •
• 14.tw pofultton •
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d County and Cwwdir
Kings Mountain's Reliabie Newspaper
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ion in traf-
(he N. C.
Ilk on July
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no lime last
( was 113
On July 1.5,
at s;iO fa-
1 t he same
'<1 action is
rest of the
r'n 57 fewer
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VOL 81 No. 32
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, August 7, 1969
PRICE TEN CEMTJ
Baxter To Present
I Also Scheduled
By HUD Officer
V U'' *
Thoroughfare Plan Hearing Monday
' GRADUATE — Mojor Charles
Painter, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Pointei. recently received his
i moster s degree.
The administrator of the Allan-
: ta region (District 3( of the De-
[ jartment of Hjusing and Urban
t Development will present formal-
I ly Friday Kings Mountain’s just-
renewed Workable Program fori ,
Cemmunitv Development. \ Thui>doy ^6:30 p.m. meet-
1 qn a pKogrom orranged <by
Ekiward H. Baxter will present John Cl^Mhira. Judge Mhll'wiU
the approved program at City.j d^custf the^diftrict court system
Hall ceremonies at 11 a. m. i and how it Is working. ^
Other Atlanta region* offic-
aD are also expected to attend.
I Fcllowing the formal presenta-1 mm
I tion, Mr. Bpxtcr will review with! HJlAfi jl|f^Aj|
j city officials the several city pro-. XlllUw VVlllAlll»lvU
I gram^< now underway and appli* ;
SPEAKER ^ DUtrict Judge Joe
MuU ^ Sbeiby will address
members df the Kiwopis club ot
W. A. Peterson
Rain-Slick Roads |j
Blamed For Eight i
<« > I
Pblico blamed poor visibility
due to rain-slick streets as the
cause of several of the eight ac
cidents which occurred during
the tveek ending Wednesday and
resulted in property damages to
taling $1920. ‘
, Bobby Dean Towery, 31, of 103
Cleveland avenue, was charged
t\ith following too eUwely after a
two.-car crash’ Thursday at 5:28
p.pi. on East King street 75 feet
from York Road toward Oriental.
Investigating officer L. D. Beattie
said Walter Franklin Terry, 30,
of 2910 Eastburn Road. Charlotte, |
had stopped in travel lane behind j
four other cars and the 1967 Tow.;
oi'y Ford ran into the rear and
trunk of the 1968 Terry Chevro-j
'lot. Damages were estimated at
On Project Notes
1^, I Poole To Conduct
Dios iPi^eliminary Plan
Hearing At 7:30
TO FRANCE ^ Lorry Burton is
omong 38 UNC students who
will study in Fronce next year
as participants in the 1969-70
oooperotive program sponsored
by UNC ot Chapel Hill and the
UniTersity of Lyon in France.
Wins Master s
DAYTON, OHIO U. S. Air
Korco Major Charles E. Painter,
son wi Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Paint
er of 107 Cleveland Ave., Kinga
Mountain, N. C., has received his
j 1) Public low-rent housing.
’ 21 DrAvntewn redevelopment.
3) Urban Renew.al.
; Tuesday afternoon from
■ United Methodist church.
In March 70
Kings Mountain Public llousin^
Authoril.v ha.s invii(‘tl bids oi
>1,739,000 in notis, fii.si .s(*np
1969, (0 aid in financing tlu
j2,7iK},0X) pioject now uHieiwa>
The bids ar<‘ to bo received at
.he authority’s oifie**, .703 Wes
lold street until l o’cloik rues-
day afternoon, August 19, wher.
they will be opened.
The notes will be dat(*(l Soplcm
x*r 10 and will liave a maiurit;-
ate of Match 13. 1970.
The bid notice is advertised in
today's Heiald -ami ai)pe:ired it
the Aug. St 5 issue of the Daily
cations pending under the men- Funeral services for W011iam,ll50 to the rear and trunk of the.
! ige Of HUD and its several agen- A. (BilH Peterson were held ["Terry auto and $-,oOto the front _ ■
Grace|»5urnper and grill of the Towery OUltOll
I veh tele.
. Patrqlnwm Beattie pharged
I Mr. Peterson, a retired em-:cUreqQe ICdgar.Gladden, 57, of
ploycc of Loomtex Mills, died ati route 1,. Qrover, with failure to All A AClAlWI?
11:30 a.m. Monday morning at! yield right-of-'wvy after a two-;
. uu w J r n- • Charlotte Memorial hdspital of a | car. wreck Friday morning at 7i Lawrence Burton, Kings Moun
41 The neighborhood facilities ^eart condition. He had been hos.i a.ip. the Cleveland-East Ridge tain student at the University cf Buyer,
e. « fr 1 ^ , Ipltalizcd here for two weeks and ipier^ctlon. ReatUe said that North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is ptjA retains tlie right to
5) The Buffalo Creek water, died shortly after arrival at the'johnny Wallace'Cain, 32, of 512 among 3S students selected to eject any and all bids.
• .Charlotte hospital. (Lantiing street, operating a 1963 study in Franco next year as par- * w Harner dirreb.r of
. ^ The city's wwkable program He was a member of the Gracetravejing north on t ticipants m the I9o9-70 coopera-
M.S. degree at the Atr Force In- for community development has'phurch and a veteran of World
.mute of Technology t AFITlJ hoen approved for Uvo years. W^ Twh^ch he seWd i^
Wnght-Patierson AFB, Ohio. | prior approvals have been for j army medical corps. He had
AFIT provides accredited grad-i^'^^ j confined to crutches for several
PRESIDENT ^ Robert H. (Bob)
Goforth will head the Kings
Mountain Rotary club os presi-
aeat tue cut»iiu9 yea«.
Robert H. Goiortb
Marion Poole, of Raleigh, offi
cial of the .State Highway de
partment, will conduct a public
hearing here at City Hall Monday
night on the* pndiminary long-
; term thoroughfare plan h).- the
'The hearing will begin at 7:30.
Map of the preliminary plan
will he displayed and is now
available for viewing at the May
The plan envisions a Iwlt route
around the outskirts of the city
.vith take-off points at east and
west on the p.oposed I'S 74 hy-
pa.ss, bi-sccting of the U. S. 74,
NC 161 and 216, along with a
gia<ie separation point at the rail
crossing at the intersection of
Hawthorne road and Battleground
'I'here a:e al.so numerous con-
lecting links, some extant, some
”I hope,” Mayor John Henry
Moss said, ‘‘the courtroom will bo
.lied n)r tins hearing, ills «ju:te
ung-rangc and cannot be brought
o fruitifin except in piecemeal
0'>rTe«;. Bit the city and the state
highway commission wants the
viewpoints of alj citizens as to
the merits and demerits of this
uute-level resident training as! Completion of the currently ap-P'^^® injifry.
fpart of the Air F’orce's profession- proved program will mark tlie
jmwted at $35 and $110 to the Cain, This will mark the sixth conse
cutive >ear UNC has sent a group
He also noted that S277,tVK) of club has installed ne,v offic'ers for;
the $1,739,000 will be used to re- the IHGO-lOM) year. Roocrl H. Go ! Annual reunion of the McGills
govirrnmcnt ‘o. in is the new president, sue-j of Gaston will be held Sunday,
KPh, at 5 p.m. at Bethel
Arbor on St. Luke church
Major Painter, who majored in
mechanical engineering, is being
assigned to Phan Rang A3, Viet
th^ sisters, Niles 3ishop.;s. Cans.cr stre^ ^ Roujh will ser^ss resident dheCo:-and d;;asu!;n-
^Shelby, and Mp. Leonard Gantt i from Elm ndvi.sor. Meantime. J. W. Jat kson. pro- is Liirry D. Hamrick; asst, secre- ner will be spread at 6 p.m.
land Mij. Grady Wells, both of vestigating , V!!" superintended for W. H. tary-treasurer Richard E. Shan- Hugh McArver of Gastonia.
King* Mountain. . . P- L. .Whde, f?1, - to complete the usual 30 semtsi r construction Company, ey; and sgi.-al arms Jo.*;eph R. clan president, and Rita Phifer of
said he hoped to pour foundations Smith. , King.^; Mountain, clan secretao'.
on th(* 22-unit Four new di^'cetors were elect-' issued an invitation to all clan
Funeral rites for Arthur E. an.1 a former pastor. Rev. W. C., struck the 1984 Buick in the shic. a broadjan- e of subjeHs ofR-red La.key r F.-nton I.a-son, Wairon Stock- membi-is and friends to attend.
^aid D. L
final rites were conducted Cahsler. was turning into his hours of a year’s work in r*
'Phe major, a 1952 graduate ofi
Kings Mountain High School, at-; _ _
K.iKled Appalachian State Uni-; Aderholdt, 76. of Lincointon, a Sides. Burial was In Mountain! Damages were estimated at $200 by the French university. Thus,
veisity, Boone. N. C., and also re-1 former chief of police in Kings' Rest cemetery. to the White car ah 1 $75 to the the stu>nt makes normal pro
reived his B.S.A.E. degree at; Mountain, were held Tuesday! Active pallbearers were T. J. Spears vehicle. I g)x*ss toward his bachelor’s de-,
AFIT. ■ morning at 11 o'clock from StJ Ellison, Roy Pearson, George De Investigating officer L. D. Beat, groo during the year abroad.
.Mark’s Lutheran church of Lin-1 Brule, Merle Valentine, Carl tie reported that Mrs. Pearl Mill-i Wliile all courses at Lyon will
er Peeler, of 313 E. Ki-iu street, be conducted in Frcneh, many of
operating a 1936 Chevrolet, wasjthe program participants are not wnun w ik . i .
traveling south on piedmont ave- French majors. The program 1^ — * ■■ f
nue Friday morning at 11:45 a.m. open to qualified undergraduates m
mornirtr at his home. , Woler.Shorl SOS re.^ardless of academic major and UaAIICtkV 9
The son of the late John F. and
I which he was a mem- Gantt and H. C. Wilson.
r^dc; ^^rf.rr“H“!l wiV ^' «‘.ment was in the church^
is tlie daughter of Mrs. E. L. Lo- _ '
by his pallor, Rev. J. C. Lane.' driveway when the Spears auto quired and elective courses from ‘
section of the pi
street for which grading is vir- ton, Tom Trolt and Charles E.
tunlly complete. Wilson.
Grubbing of the 74 acre tract u.striet (Jovernor Charles A
on McGinnis siri'ci Is undci way. Hunter of v'hailotle, installed the
This is the second of nine tracl.s mnv slate of officers at a rec^mi
installation dinner held at tlie
Charles Putnam s
/ano of 407
,1969 Tax Bills
Mr. Aderholdt died Sunday
City Answers Parks*
SUsan Baker Aderholdt, he was
a retii'od farmer and a Gaston
County deputy sheriff. He had al
so previously served as chief of
police in Cherryville.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Lola Carpenter Aderholdt; one
South Carolina State Parks
had a water problem this week,
and the City of Kings Mountain
answered Manager Marshall
There was pump trouble at
both Camp York and Camp
.Some Kings Mountain citizens Everette A. Aderholdt of Cherokee and city dispatched
—QKU I'M t V . ' . . .... . .
when J. D. Adams, route 2. age regardless of academic major and
37, opened the door of his 1958, is not restricted to third-year stu-
Buick into the front of the Peel-! dents. DiiAe
er right front fender. Adams was The students will sail from Allllfd A AlUCty
parked six inches out of the white New York Sept. 4, aboard the S.S
lines, according to Patrolman; France. Nineteen of them are coy Thomas Barnette, 70, re
Beattie. Damages were estimated; North Carolina residents and the painting contractor of
at $175 to the Adams car and $125; other 19 come from 12 states -and Statesville an 1 former Kings
to the Peeler vehicle. | the District of Columbia. Mountain citizen, died Tuesday
Bruce Arthur Hoffland. route! — night at 9:17 p.m. in a Statesville
was.^ hospital after a lengthy illness.
I F'uncral rites will be held Fri
fully allowable two' percent-dis- p;;*"-' """ "'’- “;V7;rwat7r7ora‘hosrof a three-car smash-up| day at 1 p.m. from the Chapel ol „ , , . ,
count w iiia.; IP 11 Mf C Bill Buuch F.'nci-a 1 Home, Statesvillp. The Bronkland ■ Ca.vce high
1 William Potts and Mrs. LewiS; thirsty boys. i King street-Watterson inteisec- fCM | AIIS SHwCFW "‘'h Brackett of- school Band will picsent a con-
! tion. Patrolman Bob Hayes said, ficiatin.g. Graveside services will cert .Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.
I Robert Davis. 3S. of SlS Vancou- highway commission offi- be held at 3:30 p.m. Friday from at Camp Cherokee, S. C. Slate
iver Lane, Gastonia, passed . , were told hv the dtv Wed- Kings Mountain’s Mountain Rest Park.
^y,,cd and are being mailej as, - ’ - -=* -| i through a stoplight Andrew Phe- cemetery. i Carl BriAvn ,s the iiand dnoct
ta-d as completed City Clerk Joe William E. Smith official- citizens, businesses and indus- | ^^ Browm. 23, a. pccts — to retain present traffie! The body will ho taken o ■ j, ,j (-oncert
McDaniel, Jr,, said. i.. jj-e final rites : tries street, operating a 1961 Chevro- ^„nals on state and federalhigh- residence, 423 W. Bell street, M BKwn sa. i Uu oncer
The two percent discount is I let, hit the Davis 1966 Chevrolet ^Ivs traversin' mominfr at 10 and will would include marenes. classical
the intersection and knocked
Kings Mountain Country Club. Funeral rites for Clvde E. Put-
Rohert H. Go.orth. the new .pam, 69. or Shelby, father of
president, resides at 305 W. Gold Charles Putnam of Kings Moun-
St. with Ills wife. Frances, and tain, were held Sunday at 3<30
with liis three sons. Blake age 16, ^ from WaU&ce Grove Baptist
Don age M and Rich age 7. Go- church, interment following in
forth 14^ manager of in iustrial fj-jp church cemetery.
iirv .ulreaJy paying their 1969 cutyogl',as'its wafer truck to ha if water j 1, DeerfleU vinl^tin^ AhA IVIiITP SlffllAl
nux bills and hereby earning the Mrs. Cecil Carpenter.! from another park source and forged s‘opl'ght vuoK ion ITiOie aignttA
supply at U. .S. Distributors, Shol-
bs Supply Division, in Shelby.
Sunday At 2
.• t f • ''liiiarn r'uus aiia .virs. i^wiS; iiniaiy uuyo.
Judy , Sherrill, both of Charlotte- one The water wagon was bought
nrvtrvl' OOlH WanOI nt C f Hmi 1 (T h ’ __ ... .. - .
Mr. Putnam was dead on arriv-
il ai Cleveland .Memorial hospi
tal Friday evening of an apparent
O her survivors include his
'Vila; two sons: four daujhters;
21 grandchildren and 17 great-
Mr. Putnam .is emplovrd at
the Dover Mil] until his retire
ment in 1960.
alicable through August.
Davis into the third vehicle slow-i
w'ants one more.
The city, Mayor John Henry
id federal high- resiuc-mx-, ~kz.-> ......
Hie cilv and Thursday morning at 10 and will would include marenes. cl;
lie in state until an hour before music and popular music.
The concert is free and open
B„.v cmpiete. 23 Idycce Bcauty Pageant|5,...
Six-Week Camp Shy; Coutestants Wanted
a ,, : * * to the left front of the Davis vc- _ , his life in Kings Mountain, mov-
I.'T RFNVTNG (5A - Hans, " “ i to the left front of the Davis vc- 3^ his life in Kings Mountain, mov- BoginS Mondoy
Stanislau Borov has completed the! The Kings Mountain Jaycees through public appearances and hide. - • tu , Electrical Superintendent Ear] ed to Statesville about five years Pre-sihool bant inaciice begins
nation's only basic ROTC sum ; will again sponsor the Miss Kings added maturity through partid-j Sgt. David Corn said that cars conferre.i W€‘dncsday .Monci.iv
*' ...... ... ... .. l-,»r T iiA«r ■ n»-rainn TnnaK . _ . . . ... ... ,, VI
mer camp as a member of Com
pany D, 8th Battalion.
Conducted for the third conse
cutive year by the Training Cen
ter's 2nd Brigade, the six-week
camp has doubled in size since the
B.in 1 Director Donald
Mounfain beauty pageant in Au- pa tion in a community program operated by Lucy ;.,orraine Jonas\ ^jtji''p)avid^ Webb of the Shelby Barnette otarned Mip
gust. Bill Carrigan, president, an-! such as the Kings Mountain pa- 57, of 802 Jackson street, and office and Landis Satter- Boarl Styers of Kings Mountain Mr. Deal MnnH-iv
nounced today. I geant”, Carrigan added. Gene Ross Alexander, white of the North Wilkesboro February 1, 1919. band^men \vi i < ‘ v nnfimnm
Mr. Carrigan said only four'- “Most important, it will provide Monte Vista: Drive, collided o"; Besides Mrs. Barnette, other ^
young women had become con- the opportunity for the girl who rain-slick Cleveland Avenue and state officals looked ask- s^^tfvivors are one son. Grover C.
testants as of Wednesday and is the winner to continue to seek. Jackson streets Friday night at.gnce at several signals in the in- Barnette of Statesville; seve t Eleventh and 1- gta s u
that interested young ladies scholarship awards at the North 10:05 p.m. Miss Jonas was niak* terest of soceding traffie on fed
1. . j__ .... T.... i ■ ^^^4. ...u:..u ...ill IncT Q riorht iiirn and Alt'vnnfler . ... .
^ ^ _ _ _ ! 10:05 p.m. Miss Jonas was mak*’fJ!.e^t^o/sweding^tra^m^^ grandchildren: Mrs. Thomas Britt are members of the band will
Unique in its concept of provid-’ should contact him or any Jay-lCarc^na pageant, which will aidling a right turn and Alexander, highways through *’ B-ui. in
in'^ atdive-duty training in lieu of cee. i her in obtaining an education ati struck the 1965 Jonas Chevi'olet interested in I-<Kvarci Beihold of Pittshur/, Ba..
uvo >ears on-campus study, this! Winner of the local pageant will; the college of her choice", thelin the right side. Sgt. Corn passage of through traf- Wavme ^ nr-ed ^‘‘itVe i i hesc imuorint
camp differs in many aspects enter the North Carolina pageant, president said. ram was just starting and visibil-1 iju* only within he realm '>Bo. Thomas. Maiian and Huh ui^ed to attei t . I -
' ^ y . r , - . queen,: In announcing that this or-an- ity was poor. ^ ^of safety for bith vehicular and « Barnette, all of the home, rehearsals.
from the normal basic training; held to select the slate
w’ho will compete for the crown ization plans continuation of the
Each cadet attending the camp'of Miss America in the national Kings Mountain pageant .sponsor- at 10:45 p.m. Bobby aiiciui«
' . t-i:. XT oUl-v U iirin Ua uaM *•' ” *
Sgt. corn ropoi lod Miat SumUiy j,.^rtestrian traffic,
10:4o p.m. Bobby Michael
Wells, 16, of .503 E. Washingtor;
avenue, Bessemer City, was mak
ing a left turn off Set'onJ street,
ran off the right sirle of the street
and struck a utility pole and then
left the scene. S»l. Corn said the,
To Sing Sunday
Youth Of Kings Mountain Bap-
ih#* Mavor ooo b'olher, W. H. Barnette of —
uu aiav s ^ . 3,^^, ,,jroc sisters. METEF RECEIPTS
'Mrs. Gnivor Claik of Banards- Parking mt'ter nwipts for the
viPe; M 'S. James Svvirk of I.an- week ending Tuesday t.Mah'.i
caster. Pa- and Mrs. Katie Tat** S13S.60. willi S125 from on-
of D'^nville Va. Alst) Ri’*’viving| street meters and $13.69 from
are three great-grandchil iren. ( f.-street meters.
is a volunteor, under no obliga-, competition at Atlantic City. N. ship. Carrigan said it will be hold
tion to continue the entire six J. in September 1970. at Central Junior high school au-
weeks; therefore, those comp-let-1 The event this year will bs the dltorlum August 23 at 8 p.m.
ill" the program are highly-moti-! fi-fth annual Miss Kings Moun-‘ He also announced that com-
vated young men. tain pageant sponsored by the mittees to plan the program have
Covering basically the samel Kings Mountain Jay:*ees. "We are been formed and that Organiza-
course of instruction in two w'eeksj again serving as sponsors of the Rons in the area will be asked to'driver and vehicle were found ap.
less time, the cadets receive great- pageant this year because we be. sponsor contestants for the pa-1 proximately three miles from the
er emphasis on tactics and lead- tievc it provd’es a valuable con- geant. scene of the accident. , . I . ^ ^ ^ . 4, r
.^iwhin F'ach cadet at some time tribution to the (‘ommunlty and "This will be a community en-| Cars operated by Brenda Llane, 11st church and >outh of
"si'rvtxl in a leadership position, be to the young ladies who will on- deavor and we in the Kings Moun.i Shockley, 22. of 202 Benfield; Baptist church of Bc'ssemcr City
it\nuad leader or platoon leader.lter the competition", Carrigan t^in Jaycccs are sui'o all in the Road, and Ro.se Bolding Spicer, will sing the folk musical, Tell
The graduation ceremonies were! said in announcing plans of his community will participate to In-1 27. of 603 Tern?'Ie street were in- It Uke It Is , Sunda>|^ night at
„A«aimio.t pniirolv b veadets i organization surh its sudoess", Carrigan con-, volved in an accident Wednesday 7:30 at the Bessemer CH> church. .. . . * « .>1 , . .x
PaXt Romv is^a graduate stu- “We believe it serves the com- tinued. ! at 12:50 a.m. at the intersection The musical program is under Kings .Mo.mtain district pupil.s for dutie.s AuguM 21.^t aiui O.ien-
dent Tulane University and a miinity well because it foo.ises at- "We will he requesting the com-: of East King street and York the direction of Miss Cajuilla pd ISO faculty member.s August students i.s Augus
5iSv,rr*'"~^xr^,;■;o ““ ■ i" “„r;rs™' ■
Faculty Complete Foi August 25tb
School Opening; Principals Report
Sfhool hells will ring for -1,130 dny iTIm.sdayi. Teachers rt'pnrt
Arlin Wilson and Gerald
Laws, technicians at Wilson T.
V. and Music, attended the
Magnavox Service Training
Conference at the Holiday Inn
in Charlotte on July 30. They
attended lecture classes on ser
vicing tlie new Magnavox Total
Automatic Color 1. V. whic!i
will be on display at the local
store by Augu.st 17. This new'
Magnav'ox represents an inno-
vaticn in television viewing.
Jot Lanev, executive directo*'
of the Kings Mountain Ledc-
velopmenl Commission, will he
guest speaker at Thursday's
noon meeting of the Kings
Mountain Htitary club at 12;i.>
at the Country club.
A Gospt*) .'^itig will be hcM
Saturday night at T;36 at Cht*;-
okoe Street Baptist church an 1
the interested conimunit> is in
BOARD TO MEET
Regular int'efing <'f the ci'y
tcmmission will bt* held at City
Hall Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
rrincijial item is receipt of bids
t.n the Battleground avenue
parking area j)ro,i(M*t. No bids
were reeeived on the intial in