>N, s. c.
. and Mrs;
N. C., has
>ilot, is as>
ee in bio-
;t under 7
) and the
i per acre
Greater Kings Mountain
Tbe Greater Kings Mountain figure is derived from the
Special United States Burcou of the Census report of
January. and includes the 14.990 population oi
Number 4 Township, end the remaining 6.1Z4 from
Number $ Township, in Cleveland County and Crowders
Mountain Township in Gaston County.
VOL. 84 No. 4
Kings Mountain's Reliable Newspaper
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, January 25, 1973
Plus One 8*Poge Tabloid Supplement
PRICE TEN CENTS
City Pares Electric Rate; Duke Wants Another Boost
Carolina Throwing Made Pay
Team In Charge
t KM Firm
Bill Martin, general manager of
Carolina Throwing Company,
said Wednesday that the throw
ing firm, whieh omiploys 3(Kj
here, will spend $3tX),(X)0 in mrxi-
ernization and updafing of equip
He also announced that pay
adjustments for all personnel
were effective January 1.
Mr. Martin, of Greensboro, and
J. C. PulM^im of Burlington, both
of Unifi, inic., form a new man-‘
agement team on duty since the
latter part of December in a ne-w
management program launched
by Carolina Throwing officials
who contracted with Monsanto of
Now York for full management
responsibilities. Monsanto, wliicli
also operates plants in Blacks
burg, S. €. and Pensacola, Fla.
with executive offices in New
York, subsequently contracted
with Unifi, Inc., a rapidly grow- .
ing textile corporation of Greens- j
t>.iro headed by Allen Mobane of
High Point, well known leader in
Initial organizational plans
were jointly announevd by Mar
tin and Pulliam.
Mr. Marlin will ewrdinate the
oix*rations as the corporate rep
Pulliam, who directs company
manufacturing and texturing op
erations in Yadkinviilc, "will be
lending manufacturing and pur-
keha.sing e.xperti.se”, said a speri^es-
R-nan. Urrifi resources will also be
used in areas of finance, person
nel and marketing.
Unifi was organized abcut two
years ago. The corporaticn has
texturing and warp knitling op
erations in Yadkinviilc, cor rate
offices in Greensooro, and finish
ing operations in Rocky Mount.
“Our philosophy is to develop
a new program that will use the
resources of people who have been
part of the CaroJina ThrovvjUg
Company program” Martin e.\-
Martin said that the new wage
scales, effective January 1, (*quale
earnings to skill, jo'b performance
and job resiK>nsibilities.
The city commission Mondiy
might authorized Mayor John Mo;,
to appoint a committee to study
a propost'd mergiT of the plan
ning and zoning Iwards and to
review the entire zoning onli-
nance which City Attorney Jack
White says in many sections are
The merger study rectmmend-
at'ion came at the suggestion ol
the zoning board in a meeting
Librarian Hoi ore d
For Long Service
For 22 Years
FORMER KINGS MOUNTAIN WOMAN HONORED — Mrs. Bart
Hotchkiss, left, newly elected president of the Newcomers club
of Midland, Texos, presents a plaque of appreciation to Mrs.
Charles Preston, right, daughter of Mr. emd Mrs. Fred M. Owens
of Kings Mountain, immediate past president. Mrs. Preston has
been active in the club since moving to Midland in 1970. She
also is director of the Geological-Geophysical Auxiliary, assist
ant art teocher in the kindergarten classes at Trinity school
and publicity chairman for the Permian Basin Rifle and Pistol
club. She is a NBA marksman, hex husband is a NRA expert.
He is also the newly elected range officer for the PBRP club
and is a geologist for Pubco Petroleum Corporation. The Prestons
have two children, Dean« age six, and Ellinor, age four. Mrs.
Preston is the former Pat Owens.
Heart Fund Drive
Goal Is $12)000
Two now patrolmim wero hired
on a probaHonary basis Monday |
night by the icity commissimi;
fiflor rocommendat'iion of Police'
Chief Tom McDevitt. I
The boiird waivored one re
quirement in employing one of
the men who is the brother of
another officer on the force.
The now patrolmen are Mich
ael Corn, brother of Lt. David
Corn, and just ndoased fn)m du
ty in Vietnam and Walter H.
Griggs, of Gastonia, also a vet
eran of the Vielnuim Conflict. Mr.
Griggs, who is marrietl and the
father of two children, has al
ready occupi(‘d a re.sidehcv here.
“First Things First” will be
the sermon topic of Dr. Pud
Auslcy at Sunday morning wor
ship services at It o’clock Sun
day at First Presbyterian church.
Tax Penalty Rises
On Februarv I
Tax pennlfy of 2.75 percent
aonUt's February 1 on unpaid
1972 city and county tax bills. '
Mrs. Judy Harmon said
$.3l8,9fi8 of the 1972 levy has
been paid as of Wednesday
SALES MANAGER — Eill Car-
r»qan his been na^noi sales
managsr of Kinder Mo'^ufer tu**-
iag Company's Kings Mo-antain
cncrction. He v/a.» piomoted
from the po-Alion of assistant
Mrs. Jim Phillips, newcomer
to Kings Mountain, is chairm-iin
of the 1973 Heart Fund campaign
whicli scH'ks $12,0(X) for r<’sear<-li
into the cause of heart disease.
A native of Tennessee, Mrs. I
Phillips and her family re.side fn
Georgetown Apartments. Mr. Phil
lips is associated with the Pol
lution Control Bureau of Clove-1
(Contmued On Pu<ic E'wht) '
Mrs. Willie Mobley DUlIng,
Kings Mountain librarian since
1C51, who is reiirinT. wps
ed with a plaque emblematic of
her long service by the library
board of Jacob S. Maunoy Mem
orial Library Tue:.day.
The surprise presentation was
made at the liluary to .Mrs. Hil
ling by ^Irs. George Houser, the
:oaid‘s lieasurer, wiio aisj 1 ( iv
ored iJiion.'-I a
luncheon at licr homo.
"It was all a co.n]>!et.' surprise
to me”, said .Mr>. H.limg.
Her <lau“!iU‘r. Mrs. I> ck .M>'-
Mackin, of Win. ton Salem, also
surprised her with a visit as o.<l
jc\«ial of lu'i* lor.gtjnn* Iriciuls
who gathered at the library l ■
honor licr and to present her a
l.iC h.md.^^oine p!a<uu‘ ree.ds; |
‘‘In appreciation for 22 years ser- ' ^
vice as librarian. Mrs. Ghui i-s ;
G. Dilling. Decemher TL 1:172,.*‘-**‘--
.Mauney Memcrial Library.” 1 R’!!!
Mrs. Hilling, who came to i
Kings Alounlaiii at tlie youthliL ^
age of 1!) to teach -tliird grab',’
is a native of Georgia .After sev
eral years here, in 1925 she mar
ried Iu‘i’ husband, ilie Irle
Charles Hilling, and she later
taught at Cenli’al school before
becoming the city’s li rarian
an reeding the late Mrs. Chai les
Camplioll. The l;bJ-ary was mo'^-
(M from the basement of City
Hall when the J. S- Mauney fam
ily donated "the teacherac.c” lor
the facility. 3he library has siiiv-e
ixvn m<Klernized and e.xpamied
and there’s r(‘ally no comnarison
in numbcT of readers and circu
lation from its eginnin.g,” re-
nicmlKM’i; Mrs. Hilling.
Other memlx’rs of ^IrS. Hil
ling’s family are h(*r son-in-law
Dick McMackin, also a Kings
'Mountain native, and the Mc
Mackin chil<lr<'M, Mike, age nine,
anil Hunter, age five.
Mrs. B. W. GillespU*. her a-
cross-the-strtH't nei;’,hl)or. Mrs. R.
H. Webb, and Mrs. Garland K.
'•’till, all of wliom are mernlKM*s
of the Tiu'sday Afternoon Bn<lge
cUio with .'Mrs. Hilling and Mrs.
IkHi.'<'r, weie jn-esent for the
pla(|U<' pi'e entation along w il’i
Mrs. .Milton Fryer, librarian, and
.Mrs. K. W. Neel, librarian. They
aicomt>aniei Mrs. Hilling to the
Iloii.mr h -me where others join-
as b(*en name
la '.cr a<
.•cording to an
de n'.-cnlly by
in Kin;.4S Moun-
Duke Asks FPC '
For 18,5% More
0! Cities, Coops
By MARTIN HARMON _
Duk. lN;\ver (’ompany nio\<*d
a r amt'her jiriia* ’ in'-rea.sc to il.s
\ ;jalf*^ale cu.sicjmer.; .\I »nday. til
, an increa.se c. 1S.5 p(*rc(‘nl
V. llw Federal i’osver Commis
In turn, Dukt* has informed
Ihe.c cusl.aneis—12 citie.s and 11
o.r:c:a*.i\e;'—it e.x^xHls to in-
u.ke i:u. rale iiicn‘a.;e on Mari h
2) on an inii riin bi-i.;.
Sh. aid t!io in. lease not b(‘
gana I, ir bt* gj.jnlei only in
part, till* am miit.s would he ve
il.,lied I' tne (■u.sti.mei.->",'~ of
win .1 K ngs Mt-unlain is one.
kuivO pr-Jic.-ls its revenue frem
;.;i- t.j Kin^•^ .Mountain durin.;
the yt ar ending March at $511,131.
Till' iiuH'dsed rate w<nild have
. u .1 llio city paying Duke
id27,975. For tp.e yeiir ondii
.Mi.-id 197-1 ilie -ki rale wculJ
rcluin I'.ike. t)ie e.nnpaiiy tnu-
jecis, $531,223 \ er u.s $519,312
under the re.jue.dt d j;ate. ;
spila . nnin lor iTlt ctri-Citie.s j
At-'D said Lie increa Lse, if
nca i, w aid mean loot Duke
;:K:.r..-;c X> iht» cities .-.nee late
. -A id I irt:.l 55 iK’r.ent.
Tile , :(p '.'d :otie:\skA _..o|Uv(
$'>.■> ill h'.Mi. or LS.5 pt'V (enl,
:n »j : ji t 'n* init* rat.
,\tr. a ’ .1 to a U' t j)v‘^a, t
end. I ‘ 3'., 1!'72. Duki a,>X:
di I i.:o ri*qu**sU‘ I rativ- me
.-..e ‘iic* ( II A* ir. 5 23.
Dukt‘ said that it- rat<' -v' rc-
U’io on its ubdi-.sale i;u
pFinarv’y to 12 niuni'-i;,a;iFe.
and 11 rj:al ele lii'c ; mc. t ativi'.s,
. ..l(1 a i.di* • f reiurn of . nL-
1.91 pc' .ent on the le t y(‘ar
.1 The '.'111..any said in it.s
. n.g that .su. li i rati' of retain
['■ Id iL.l in;!d< quaie and will
net jie.mil llu* utility to attract
'c*'- ary t iedal c i rea.Mmablc
I* ]'r..\:ile rilijole service
: le i'-' ju-l.niu'rs.
Duke >pwk(‘sman .<aid that
the rales prcpo.sed in tills filing
would give i;u* i. mpany tin* oj>-
portunity to earn a rat(* of re
turn m .IV iloady tipproachiiig
that leqinrcd to attract nece.ssary
IN NEW POST Clinton Jolly
has assumed new duties with
BIa:kwcldcr Textiles in Cherry-
; folly Assumes
Clinton Jolly, sales manager
for Cir.lina Throwing Company
tlie past 17 years, assumed ne.v
dutie.s Monday witih Blackwelder
'I't'Xtih.s, ak'o a throwing op(*ra-
licn, in Cherr>ville. Camlina
r’lrrnving officials announced
Mr. J< lly, a native of Kings
.M imtain, is son of Mrs. Orangrel
Jolly and the late Clarence L.
J; lly, superintendent for a num-
ler (2 years at Margraci? Mills.
He is a jiast wmmander of
.Vmciican I^egion Post 155 and a
veteran of service in tlie Army.
He is marrie^l to the former
i;i.-(' ra.'bi-rts of Kings Mountain
and tlu-y art' parents of two cliil-
dreii, a son and a dauglitor.
The city cut back its nw rate
for a les er one Monday night;
adopting Duke r.jwer Company’s
re:-id( rd.r.l ‘ ioV’ rate schedule in
lieu . f '.lie ma !i Iiiglicr ' K” Duke
Ine curbark i.s rrtn iclive to
January 1. which means bills
soon to .■'e mailed will be at the
The hills may not be a first of
Fenriiaiy greetin';, ('by Clerk J "re
H. McDaniel. Jr., said. About half
the billings had already been
done before the city eommis.sion's
action .Monday night.
Ma>or John Henry Mas.s fold
the evTnmission the lower si'hcd-
uie of Duke provides the city “a
19 percent increase at the ouT-
sido", which the Mayor added
merely i)as.se.s on Duke’s recent
increa.-;e to city cu.stomcrs.
Rato sample comparisons:
In a recent month, one custo
mer ustHl 83.5 kil iwatt hours of
perwer. He w'>uld have paid S21.97
under the citv’.'. ab-indo:i(‘d rate,
$17.10 under "RW” and $15.04 on
the old schedule before the city
pa.s«i*fi rn The Duke increa.se.
Another customer used an even
IHMi kwh in a recent nnontdi,
wculd pay S21.()l under “KW”,
$27.01 und(*r the abandoned
splie<iulc. and $18.59 under the
Jolla'S reside on Manor
Cairii’.an .sta;'l<‘d with K
in 19 )9, in an Invcniory Coni
po.-dtion and in 1!M1 was pi'omol
e i to A>-'>islanl an Man
He is past Pi'iv-idcnt of t’c*
Kings .^Iounlain .kiVci'cs. a Dir
ector of the ('*ev<’land County
lied (;ro.;s, and a former nK'in-
bfM* of tilt* Nortii Cai'dkiia Na
tional Guanl. He resides with
his \\'if(*. I'at, an 1 ilirtv cliiklren
in Kings Mountain.
KiiuliM’ is a manufacturer “f
upliolsfmed fuiniiture. be kting
dinettes ami c-as<' goals 1mi* tlie
Mobile Home Intiu.-try inal h:is
twenty cue plants h iialien
“ laYcces Hear
Pis Jed Deports
r-mmittiv (diairmen gave re-
poii.^ at the January IGrJi m<'el-
iiig .'f King.s Mountain Jaycoes
wide an I I'-oi-poralo
' Klkhart, Indiana.
ed them for lunclu'on.
Mrs. Hilling saiti now slie’d
have more tiim* to trad<* reidix’s
wih iK'r friends. <'njoy her
gran Ichikiren ami visit the lib-
rarv often a.s a patron.
Other nK'nd'cr of the library
bonid is Marlin Harmon, Herald
editor, who is st'crcdary.
SPEAKER—Rev. James Leitzel.
missionary to South America#
will fill the pulpit at Thursday
evening worship service at
First Wesleyan church on Waco
Leitzel To Fill
Ilov. .T imes L<‘it/el, a mi.ssion-
ary of the Wesleyan church to
Surinam, South America, will
speak at 7 p. m. January 25. (to
night) at the First Wesleyan
church, 105 Waco Road in Kings
A graduate of P<»nn WVslevan
college in Allentown, Pt'nn., Rev.
Lcitzel has HvcmI 20 years In
South America. He is a second
generation missionai’y who first
w(*nt to South America as a
child. Soon after completing of
his colIe.‘:o work in 19G9, Rev.
(Contmued On Page Eight)
"Two-Stitch" Stab Wound Result
Oi Clowning Between Two Friends
By GARY STEWART
A Thursday incident at Kings
M:(runt‘:iiin Higli Scha>l which was
first rumored as a “stabbing”
turned out to be nothing mort'
than a freak a(vident, according
to sclrool officials.
Tlie rumor began after a KiMH$
.student, Jerry Morrow, was treat-
('d for a shoulder wound at a lo-
cul medical eliniic. The wound re
quired two stitches.
The cutting was brought to the
attention of Principal J. C. At
kinson and Dean of Men Bill
Cash ion when young Morrow a-
tended a ckiss and another stu
dent notiecxl that his shoulder
Morrow's teacher immediately
sent him to the principal’s office.
Morrow told Atkin.'wm and
C.ashion that ho was walking up
some steps when he felt a tingle
in his back. He said that he
turned around, didn’t see any-
br,ly and continued to his cla.ss.
Morrow rt'portedly told city
.pcMce the .';ann' .story but finally
admitted to .‘-'cliod officials Fii-
day that the culling was an ac
His Friday ac'cmint wa.s that he
and a friend. Monty Wilson, weie
cliAvning around outsifU» the
seluK'I with a pin knife, pretend
ing to punch each other with it.
Young Wilson repndi'dly did not
rcjilize that the blade was emm
and stuck it in Morrow’s shoul
M rrew .said he did not rei>ort
the im ;dent h(‘(*au ;e he was a
fra'id Wilson would l)o exixdkvi.
'rhus, he made up the story a
belli being stubbed as ho walked
School officials were unhappy
with the lad for making up .such
a story' but said tluw woto rc-
lievt'd to find out tliat it wgs an
Tlie ked Cn-:s P'o. Imobile re
turn-; to Kiii'j.s M'nntal'i k r a
em* day vi-it on Mnmias- and
donors v\ill 'n‘ i'.(».‘c-;;ed at Ox-
fovii Indu-irii'.s on Ycik r id.
T!ie jilant vi.sit is fn n lOidO
a.m. unlil G n.m. :in 1 d no:.^ a:;*
invitivl, as Widl a./ \u!u;itcer
Mr-;. Charles Mauney. c!iai:m \n
af vckinti'crs. s:r 1 tliat volun
teer; will be nee led frcni Hk-T)
until (> atui invites all wlio will
volunb'cr (hi'ir a.ssi;-lan2e t ) c-all
her, 739-51 SI.
at Ilnal Villa with President B«>b
Tile final rojx^rl was presented
on llu' Christma.s tree lot sak*.s
(haired by Tom J(‘akins ami
Till' rt‘p rl from tin* candy .snh*
\':is :’.;\(‘n by Boyeo Tc.ssner.
I'acomiiig club ('kvtions were
i'reyid( ni Myi'i'S urgml all
m inhere to bring ti m‘w man in
liu‘ ( luh atid "get invv>lved in
. luo pr.'jccU.”
Clrss To Start
A (d) ln nr course in .sliop woml-
wcr’ring ojiens Fe'nruary 1 and
will ccntiniu* ('a.*li Thursday <*ve-
ning lam (>:30 uniM 9;39 )).m.
at Kill'.!' Miuntain hirh .-^'lio-J.
Th(' ouf'O is spoils red hy
Cleveland Tech and Larry Allen
\v';ll lie instructcr.
'rinlion is .$7 plus materi ils.
Inier- sli'd students should cail
739-3S17 or 739-3012 about regis
Har dd Roberts, 29. of route 1.
was st'iitciKvd to IS months in
prHon iifter his eonvicUon in 27th
Jmiici.il District (Niurt Monday o:
Judge Max Harris res»mmend-
ed Roberi.s rcivive jisyehititrii
evaluation ami treatment during
Roberts was (vanvicted of ‘k'ii)*
lently and forcibly entering the
licme of B. R. Blanton of Kings
M(;untain and attempting to get
into bed with Blanton and his
Haidee's Opens i
Har<lee’s new Kings Mi)untain
restaurant, is tentatively .sched-
uli^ to ojK'n for busim'ss next
Thursday, Feb. 1.
Tony Morales of Fayetteville
ha.s assumed duties as manoger
of tlie busint'ss and has annoutve-
ed he is now hiring iKirt-time
and full-tim<» waitn\ss<*s.
The new Hardivs Is located at
the corner of E. King and Cleve
"With Only Cine Life To Live”
will be the sermon toi>ic of
Rev. N. C. Bu.;h at Sunday
.merning worship hour at Grace
and Mr.s. Wilson Griffin
Ijui'clia ;('d dty buil ling ivr-
Pc^rker T?) Fill
Mrs. Milt.-ci Fryer, librarian
at Jact;.) S. Mauney Memori.d
Library, is in Iuil«‘igh attend
ing a two-day weikslnq> f<*r
m'w librarians at Slate Library
in s('-sion througli today.
mit to cen truct
n itleiice at .31 I D
t'(;sl estiniale i.<
0:lc‘r ernids Lsued during
tin* pa-l wi'clc
IXaivIiiioii iH'rmit to raze Hie
fornn'r .\lhan residence at 709
West Mountain .street to Ragan
Ik'pair.; jx'rmit.s to Jim Kerns,
712 Williams slrt'ot. etxst estimate
$875. ami to Si.sk Funenil Home.
Inc., .3t)9 Fast King strts't.
Trailer pi leimient ix’rmit lo
Dcnald Whdtlinglon, Stinnett
Dona'd L. Parker, diiavt
the federal j>r • rrams in th
.‘-■ohool di•;l^il't and teacher of the
young adult cla.ss at Centra!
M(*thodi.st v'horch, will fill the
pulpit cn lav'inan’s Day .Sunday
at Kings Mountain Baptist
Mr. P.trkcr will deliver the
!nc-:sage at the It o'clock morn
ing w. :';Iiip hour.
Tin' M(*n’s C'li )’*tis will pr(*s<Mit
st>e; ial nin-ic ami lixnica cf the
'chuiih will have charce of th(»
entire service, said Kcv. Jame.s
Rev. Mr. Wilder Lsued invita-
tian to the community to wor
ship in the bervice.
City Invites Sewei System Bids#
Feb£?k5ry 12# Electrical 22nd
Bids will bi' recciv(‘d by the
(ity et’nvmis.sion Fehniary 12tn
; :it'7:30 p.m. at City Hall fr-y von-
‘ struct ion i>!Tr>ro\ «-m('nts to the
sewer system and for (dectrL’al
di-itr:i>uUc.n s\'^tem improvement-
! on Feb. 22 ai 2:30 at City Hall.
' M-*antime. tin* (vnnmissi.m f.>r
nvdly ad. tt'i resolution of a;-
suranct' in i acceptance a fcil-
(val .sliare $177,159.90 !rr Hie
K::ms M- untain S<'W(v Imiirove-
ment Pnde-t ef which Hie city’s
share is .$81,425.00. |
Actions wen' taki'U by the
beard at Monday nigiu's regular ,
In (»fluT a.'tion. the hoard
gr.'inted a tax rekind to Mr-;. Joe
.\nn Widker Mi’D.inrel in the a-
mount of $15.31. "
Kings Mountain’s sewer grant,
wliich ha I tlie enrlors('ment ol
t!i(' stat(‘'s boant of \vat('r and
n.diir;i| resource's, will bo uses!
to doiihle Hie eapaeity of Hie Pi
lot Cre't'k .s('wage treatment plant
to four millit>n gallons daily. ]>l»i.s
n'li'-truction of intere'epti^r and
outfall .sewor.s, pumiping stations*
and force main.
“Run In The China Shop/’ a
nystei*y-'‘oinr !y by ('• H- Gtdl-
9»nl. will Im' pre.s(*ni<‘d by tho
Kings M-'iintain Little Theatre
Feb 2. 3, 9 and 10 at $ p. m. in
Park Grac’o auditorium. A mati-
n<*«' is planmni at 2:30 p. m. Sun
day. Feb. 11th.
A 12-meiTi, er cast is busy re
hearsing for the show.
J.K‘ Ann Walkei* M T>.an'cl is
fiirt'cling Hie pro iiioHen.
y?cv I'l^'dmon of .‘'^helhv, head
master of Twelve Oaks Academy,
has the lead male r<»Md in the
show and Mrs. Nan Jean Gantt
‘Grant, veteran Little Theatre
p<*rformer, ha the leal female
j Tho story ct'nters around a
* ''est home where a deteedivo. the
hci o (»f the play, is employed to
, patrol Hu* area. Tho women resi-
I dents of the home get together
a scheme to got the handsome
I man’s attention by penx'rtrating
ja crime lie has to investigate.
1 Mis. Grant is the proprietress of
j the home and Mrs. Boh Cox, Mrs.
j Aiibrev Maunoy, Mi's. Betty Wat-
I son, Mrs. O. O. Walker and Mrs.
I Svlvia Bruce are the ‘‘h<)a''iers.”
! .8herry Burgess of Gastoni.i p^m-
' trays the newspaper rcp:»rter.
; Other men in the c.ast ar^ Gary
WalS( ti and David P.irker.
I HoHser Wins
Phillip Houser of 217 Mar>!e
street was top winner in MeCo’n-
trs Furniture Company's sales,
promotion la.st wevkond.
Mr. Hou-st'r won a portable tele-
vd.-iion via a drawing for prizes.
Oth(*r winners wore George T.
Pay.sour. Jr. of 1390 St.
Kxfension who won a mattress
and Mike Jimison of 510 North
Myrtle ScIkk)! Road, Gastonia,
wlio won a mixer.
Mayor Jt^n Henry' Moss has
apj»inted a <>>mtnittee of four
nnnmi.ssioners to Study electri
cal rates and services.
The m('4nbers are Jonas Bridg-
e.s, chairman, Jim Dickey, Nocw
man King and Ray Cline.