GrMiter Kings Mountain 21.914
rh* Grtattr Klavi Mountain flgurt !• derived from the
Ipeclal United Stotee Bureau el the Census report of
R nuory, IBBB, ond Includes the 14.990 population of
umher 4 Township, and the remaining 6,124 from
Numher 5 Township, la Cleveland County and Crowders
Mountain Township In Gaston County.
Kings Mountoin's Relioble Newspaper
VOL. 84 No. 43
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, October 25, 1973
PRICE TEN CENTS Eighty-Fourth Year
Mr. anti Mrs. Hugh A. Logan,
Jr. will go to Raleigh Friday
to attend the fall conference
of the American Legion at Sir
Walter Raleigih Hotel. Mr. Lo
gan is Commander of Warren
F. Hoyle Post 82 of Shelby.
“On Finding Burning Bushes”
will be the sermon topic of
Rev. N. C. 'Bush at Sunday
morning worship hour at 11 at
Grace United Methodist church.
City Commissioners Oppose Liquor-By-Drink
Sewage Improvements Bids
To Be Received By City
Mrs. Haywood E. Lynoh has
returned home from Atlanta,
Ga. after a weekend visit with
her daughter and family, .Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Harrell and
daughters, Amy and Jane. Mrs.
Harrell is the former Lossie
Richard (Dick) McGinnis has
been discharged from Kings
Mountain hospital and tx)ntin-
ues to recuperate from a heart
ailment at his home.
Is Major Aim
The city commission will re
ceive bids Wednesday afternoon
for sewage system improvements.
SVIajor elements of the improve
ments project arer
1) expansion of the Pilot Creek
sewage treatment plant to two
mtllron gallons per day; and
2) expansion of the treatment
plant sewage pum.oing station on
Lin wood road; and
3) sewage pipe installation.
Here On Tuesday
Funeral rite? for Mrs. Carolyn
i Prince Payseur, 51, wife of Bax
i ter Payseur, were conducted Wed-
! ne.sday afternoon at 2 p.m. from
! Central United Methodist church
of which she was a member.
Her pastor. Rev. Paschal Waugh,
officiated at the final rites, as
sisted by Rev. Garland Winkler,
a former jia-stor. Interment was
in Mountain Rest cemetery.
The city commi.ision Mon
day night approved a request
from Hillard D. Smith for a
tax refund in the amount of
$46.09. In another matter of
routine business, the board re
ferred to the zoning hoard a
request from Dean Ayers of
109 Dilling street for rezoning j
property from neighborhood
business to residential.
TO BE DISCHARGED
Rci/ Pearson, city recreation di
rector, will be discharged Monday,
from Charlotte .Memorial hospital ■
where he underwent surgery for
removal of a kidney.
C. C. Panther's
Funeral rites for Columbus
Charlie Panther, 97, retired farm
er of Grover were conducted Sun
day afternoon at 4 o’clock from
the Chapel of Harris Funeral
Heme, interment following in An
tioch Baptist church cemetery.
Mr. Panther died Friday at 8
P. M. in Hearn’s Rest Home aft
er illness of several years.
He was a native of Ruiherford
county, son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Panther and hus
band of the late Fannie Love Pan
ther who died in 1968.
Surviving are four sons, J. B.
and McKinley Panther, iboth of
Shelby, Grady Panther of Grover,
and Floyd Panther of Gastortk; j
five daughter, Mrs; J. M. Vaughn |
Jr., Mrs. William Blanton, and '
Mrs. Joseph Ledford, all of Shel- j
by, Mrs. Eugene Black of Lake- ,
land, Fla. and Mrs. Eugene John
son of Gastonia; one brother, Ben
Panther of Gastonia; 30 grand
children, 56 great-grandchildren
and eight ggreat-great-grandchil-
Rev. Clark Poole officiated at
the final rites.
Grandsons of Mr. Panther were
Louise Young, high school sen
ior, was crowned Homecoming
Queen at the Kings Mountain
high school Homecoming foot-j
ball game Friday night. I
'Miss Young and members of
her court were featured in a blg|
homecoming parade on down-!
town streets Friday afternoon. |
Other members of the court
were Vickie Putnam, Becky;
Scruggs, Janet Boyles and Tina
It's Fall And
■Hal Hicks of the City’s Sanita
tion Department reminds that
with the arrival of fall comes the
problem of disposing of leaves.
“The men working the routes
.'ill appreciate it greatly.” Mr.
■licks said, "if citizens will place
•eaves In plastic hags. This will
enable the men to keej on sche-
c'ule and thus render (better ser
ies to local citizens.”
Spooks and goblins and all
kinds of Halloween horrors have
found a home at 614 West Moun
tain street. The house at this ad
dress will be open during the
Halloween season, beginning Sat
urday night, October 27, 7:30 p. m.
then on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Young people of the First Bap
tist church. Kings .Mountain, are
in charge of the project, and will
be on duly to sex; that the goings
on are under control.
The community is invited to at-
attend. A small admission fee will
In Nov. 6 Voting
The city cKimmission Monday
night endorsed resolution-s sup
porting the statewide schoo
bond issue, portions of the Clean
W’ater Act and went on record as
being opposed to liciuor-bythe-
Voters will decide all three?
issues at the polls Movemljcr 6.
Rev. Edwin Chriscoe, spokes
man for the Kings .Mountain
•Ministerial .Association, .said the
! ministers at ihe regular Octobev
; meeting unanimo'Uisly went on
i record as opp:).sol Jo liquor-by-
thedrink for this reason: “Con
sidering the moial ruin, the so
cial wreckage, the ;)hy.sical anc
mental .suffering, the tremendous
property damage and the grea'
less of human fife which results
from the asc of alcohol, we, the
Kings Mountain .Ministerial Asso
ciation oppose liquor-by-the-
drink and urge all citizen.s of our
community to vote ’’No" on Ko',-
Sunday At 7
Young people of the First Bap
tist church, will present the folk
musical ’'Encounter” Sunday eve
ning, October 28 at 7 p. m. at the
Oak Grove Baptist church.
In the musical one person’s en
counter with Christ is portrayed.
Narration and song tells the stony
in the language and musical form
of today. Instrumental accompani
ment is provided by tape, and the
choir uses microphones.
The Youth Choir of First Bap
tist church meets weekly, prepar
ing all types of musical presenta
tions. The members of the group
especially enjoy folk musicals.
RE’HRES CWO/3 Charles B.
Wright has retired from the
U. S. Army after 24 years serv
CVVO-3 Charles B. Wright, son
of Mrs. Rosa Wright of King
Mountain, retired from Ihe United
Army after 24 years seiv'ice Octo
ber 1 at Fort Dix, New Jersey.
The Kings Mountain man en
tered the service in 1949 at Fort
Jackson and at the time of his
ivlirement was chief of the nuc
lear Weapons Support branch at
He has accepted a position
with -WCO Financial Services
and will be working in Trenton,
N. J. He resides with liis family
at 32 .Mullsihire Lane, Williams-
boro. New Jersey.
Among Mr. Wright’.s award are
the Army Commend-ation med
al, the Purple Heart, the Combat
Inifantry’’s Badge, the Good Con
duct .Med.rl, the Army of Otvupa-
tion Medal (Germany), the Arm
ed Force.s Expeditionary .Mi-dal,
the National Defen.se Service
Modal (OLC), the Armed Force.s
Reserve Medal, Ihe Korean Serv
ice Medal, the United Nationals
Service Medal, and the Korean
Presidential Unit Citation.
Mrs. Payseur died Monday aft
ernoon at 3:30 in N. C. Baptist L.nbfr b, 1973.”
j hospital at Winston Salem after
I a long illness with Hodgkins question of Comm. Jim Dic-
disea.se. passes w hat of-
ioct, if any, it would have on a
She was a native of Columbia, dry counU, Rev. Mr. Chriscoe
S. C., daughter of Allred Bobo said the county would still have
Prince and Mary Dunn Prince ol : to have an election on the mat-
Kings Mountain. She was a for- . ter and, in response to question
iner employee of First Citizens j
and Trust Company of Kings,
.Mountain and was active in
churcli and community affairs.
of Comm. Norman King, noted
that the iraajority of county com
missioners could approve liquor-
by tlic-drink in a county without
She was a graduate of Kings a vole of the [xiople only in the
M'ouniain high school. : counties that weie aiieaoy wet.
In addition to her liusband and Comm. King made the motion
parenl.s, Mrs. Pay.seur is survived to oppose luiuor-bp-tho-drink, se-
by lier son, James Payseur, of coiiued by Comm. VV. S. Biddix
the home; three brothers, .Mill- who remarked that although
KM Rescue Squad
Sets Open House
ard Prince of Hollywood, Fla.,
Jack Prince of Gainesville, Ga.,
and William Prince of Charlctie;
I and three sisters, Mrs. Vivian
Alston of Fort Lauderdale, Fla..
I .Mrs. Jack Ledford of Ch-arlotte
I and Mrs. Betty Antonich ol Day-
I tona Beach, Fla.
I Tlie three brotliers of Mrs. Pay
.seur, Jack Prince', .Millard Prince
I and William Prince, and her
I bro. her-in-law, Jack LedJor-i,
Comm T. J. Ellison was not pre
sent for tlie meeting "Tommy
has informed me that he is 100
percent against liquor-by-tlie-,
Comm. Jonas Bridges and
Comm. Ellison were absent from ’
ihc special meeting.
Comm. Ray Cline spoke in fa
vor 01 tl.e slatcwi.ie sc.iool boiul
is^ue and askeei that the board’
go on record "in favor” of its
To Be Dedicated
Sunday At 3
Kings Mountain Re.scue Squad
will dedicate its handsamo, new-
home duiing open house .Saturday
and Sunday at 312 E. Parker
Rev. F'r.-ink Shirley, pastor of
re.mple Uapllst church and chap-
ain of the volunteer organi,;at-
ion, will conluct the dedication
service Sunday afternoon at 3 p.
m. The iiUilic is invited to attend
dedicatory rites and to lour the
facility between the hours of 1
and (j p.m. .Saturday and 1 and 6
p.m. Siin iay Refiv'shments will
e serve<i both days, said Captain
"i\Ve invite everyone to comt'
inci .-.ee our beaaiiiui, new (ptar-
ters" said .Mr. Dixon.
Work on the addition, which
includes a kitchen, two liathruonis
and a bedroom for thn'e, as well
as renovation of the bui! iin.; was
completed over a nine month per
iod by an "all-voiuntcer ” team
of carpenters, brick masons and
monilx'i-s wlio donated their lime
'o the oroiect. C.-irpoting, panel
ing and installation of some new
furnishings plus ceiling and "re
working" Ihe g.arage, painting of
the interior and extorior, and
brick-venoeiing of the front weie
included in the pro't'e- whi-u
would have cost S5„000 said
Captain Dixon. .Mr. Dixon sai.l
maierials weie not donated, but
all labor for the' tiiidin;; u,.-;.
fre<‘ly donated by many dti/ens.
Repaving and rc.surfacing of tlie
parking aix'a has also been com-
The Kings .Mountain Rescue
Squad nuin ers 20 volunteers.
I served as pallbearers with Floyd passage.
Payne and Tommy Yarbrough.
I The cliurch choir sang “When
I They Ring Those Golden Bells’’, a
' lavori'te iiynni of Mrs. Payseur.
The Royal Ambas.'-ador ball
team.s of Oak Grove Baptist
church will meet for a supper
and j'ecognition service Fridtiy
night at 7:30 in the church fel
lowship hall. The boy* meals ai-e
complimentary. Parents plates
Funeral rile for Mrs. Dessie
Carr Smith, 76, ot 211 McGill
Court, were conducted Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o’clock from Mace
donia Baptist church which she
was a member.
Her pastor. Rev. L. D. Scruggs,
officiated at Hie final rites, assist
ed by a former pastor. Rev. W.
C. Sides, and interment was in
Mountain Rest cemdtenv.
Mrs. Smith, widow of William
Franklin Smith, died at 3:30 a.
m. Morday in Kings 'Mountain
She was a native of Gaston
county, daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John Carr.
'Surviving are three sons, Ver
non L. Smith, Jack Smith, both
of Kings Mountain, and Clyde
Smith of Columbia, S. C.; three
daughters, Mrs. Roy Pearson and
Mrs. Robert Dye. both of Kings
Mountain, and Mrs. Frank Dur
ham. of Lancaster. Calif.; two
brothers, Wilburn Carr of Gas
tonia and Giiss Carr of Belmont
and 10 grandchildren.
.Actiive pallbeBTer.s were C. O.
Wibite, Clarence Smith, Tom
Smith, (Morris Timms, Kermit
Huffstetler, and David Lawing.
Funeral rites for Mrs. Ethel
Allison Ruppe, 64, of 403 Hill
street, were conducted Sunday
ailernoon at 3 o’clock from
Gra.e United Alethodist church
Interment following in Mountain
Her pastor, Rev. N. C. Bush
officiated at the final rites as
si.sted by Rev. Payne, Rev. Eu
gene Land and Rev. L. C. Scruggs.
A native of (Cherokee county,
S. C., Mrs. Ruppe died Friday
afternoon in the Kings Mountain
hospital. She was daughter of the
late .Mr. and Mrs. Haivey .AllLson
and wife of Paul L. Ruppe.
She is .siiivived hv her hiish.Tnd;
three .sons. Dean Rupne of Char
lotte and Harvey and Oven Ruppe
both of Kings Mountain; thn'e
daughters, Mrs. Barbara Kimble
of Rock Hill, S. C., Miss Flora Mae
Ruppe and Miss Frances Ruppe,
both of Kings Mountain; one
brother, Rochel Allison of Pana-
soffee, Fla.; 10 grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren and
I or Mrs. Barrett
Funeral rites for -Mrs. Paulino
sneed Barrett, ,59, of Grjvei, will agenda, the consideraiiun of
.Mayor John Henry Moss re
minded the council and citizens
that Kings Mountain is eligible
to receive $231,(100 in funds un
der the Clean Water Bonds bill
and the commission passed both
resolutions after brief discussion.
Rev. L. D. Scruggs, pastor of
Maceilonia Baptist cliurch, also
lepresrnted the Ministerial As
sociation at the inj'eting.
Item no. 3 on the sc\en-itein
bo conducted Tnursday alterncon
at 4 o'clock from First Baptist
church of Grover, interment fol
lowing in Graver cemetery.
Rev. Paul Mil'hwKjd and Rev.
.Mitchell Pruitt wall officiate at
j the final rites. Nephews of .Mrs.
I Barrett will servo as pallbearers.
I IMrs. Barrett, widow ot Marvin
awarding conlrtict for a ycai s
supply of chemicals, re'iuiiod
lengthy discussion after repre
sentative for Jones Chemicals, of
Charlotte one of the low- bidders,
questionei the awarding of con
tract to .Moreland Co. of Spartan-
I urg, S. C. for liquid chlorine.
Mayor Moss explained that both
Thomas Bciriett, died Tuesday aft- Jones and .Moreland had su-mit-
' ernotm in Cleveland Memorial ted identical bids but that water
I hosidlal of an apparent heart at- Suitt. George .Moss recommended
! tack. ! the city buy from .Mori'land tx'-
] She wa.s a native of Cherokee' cause of the i|Ualitiv container
I County. S. C.. da'jgliter ot the Morelaixi provides. Contracts, all
late Jacob P. Sneed and -Mrs. Lula
! Byers Sneed of Bihtcdcsburg, S. C.
I Surviving, in addition to her
I mother, tire one soin, George
Barrett of Kings Mountain; two
’ daughters, Mr.s. Ethel Kirby of
: Gro'-er and Mrs. Bo'iinie Martin
of Grover; two brothers. William
I Sneed of YOrk, S. C. and Rufus
I Snoe<i of Blacksburg, S. C.; four
Lion White Cane
Drive On Sunday
Kings Mountain Idons will a-
gain conduct a White Cane .Sale
for the blind on Sunday on down
Members will be giving the
White Cane lapel pins, stopping
area motorists on Sunday after
noon to solicit for are.a blind.
Hul Plonk is project chairman.
awarded to lew bi(!dors, went to
Ylorebind, Jones, Burris and G. i
B. Narrill chemicals suppliers. '
The bo.aixi received bids for one,
cliasis and tab and aerial tow'or \
unit but voted to readverlise the!
aerial tower and refs'ivo bids on |
Nov. 1 as only two bids were re
ceived. Bids for the (-basis were
from Dixon Cbevrolel of Kings
isters, Mr.s. Emma Ashe of Y'ork, i Mount lin. $1.3.37- Dalton Truek
Co, of Gastonia. $1,191.98.
The citv building inspootor’s
office i.vsued only three ix-rmils -
and two were for zoning, during
the week ending Wednesday.
Roger Pen.son obtained a zoning
40 & 8 Taps
Jo(' H. McDaniel, aduitant of
.Ymorican Legion 1’o.st f.55 ami a
former Coniinan.ler, has 'lecil
ok'cie?! t'hef Do Gare of Voiltire
11.80 of Lo -socii'te Do.s 40 Ilommes
et S Chevaiix of Cleveland and
FiHir of the ni'w-ly-elpc;i''»j offi
cers of file two-county Forty &
8 from Kings Mountain, including
David Delevie. corre.spondcnl;
Warren Kevnolds, txinductpiir:
Ray Cline. Garde de la port, and
Jolin W. Gladden. Aiimonior.
Other mt'm’oers from Otis D.
Green Post 155 are Carl Wilson,
Hubert Aderholdt, T. CartK'n-
ter, Jr,. Paul Mauney, Major Hu.ch
A. Logan, Jr. and J. T. MiGinnis,
Other officers include Griffin
I’. of Siielby, Commisaire
lentendant; nurham Davis fcf
.8helby, Lampiste; iind Bnxulu.s
F. Hamrick of Shelby, Commi.ss
MI-dlSTER — Rsv. Z. Miller
Freeman, retired Eapt st min
ister ol Forest City, has assum
ed new pastorate duties o-s in
terim pastor of Kings Moun
tain Baptist church. He has
served churches at Belmont
and for 13 years was pastor of
Sandy Plains Baptist cliurch.
Fum'ral .►.ervices for Mrs. Jon
nie Bridges Barrelt, 7!), wt'ro
condU'-ted Wednesday alternoun
at J p. .'.1. iiom i-il lii't'iel I nii-
el .YK tirili. t c.'iurcli of which site
.-. :o a mom- or.
Her (la.sior, Itc-v. K. L. Murphy,
•li.-i.itcd at the final rite.s, and
into.- net ! w ;',.s in .Mountain Rest
Mrs. L.irreli, wid nv of L. W.
Bioiott wb'i liii'd in Itrib, sue-
■iimbivl .Monday morning a t
Drams' .■-.iir in,; H'inii' alu r ill-
no -■ of .-(‘veral yonr.s.
-Site Wigs a nativo of cU'iclatnl
county, I'aughton of tbo l.ilo Mr.
:i<i .Mrs. .\sl)ui-y Bridgo.s.
.Surviving are ibree -''uiyh
iers, -Mrs, Gas Huff.stetlor and
Ml'S. Duis ll'.ifl.sii kloi, im'.li ol
Kiii'ts .Moun'o'in. and .Mi .s D dibi'
Ibirrett of .Mil.'-an. V;'.: ouo f-
tor (laii'ltcr, Yirs. C. '> C ’n-
of Kings 'louipain: fi'." -'-’n-'
children; five adoctei gian ’-hi!-
VoFitS To Ccnducl
Y'oung people of Gvai'e r’l' -’d
Methodi.-I ehurcli will ■'e Iriek
or treating lor fXlCK'-’. tlie t’ni-
ted Nalions Child!on’s Fund
Sunday aflei noon, an cnmiu! Hai
.\ hou.sc-to-!iouse i-anvas -.viH be
eondticK'd and a'l 'lifts will iic
re):on(ed to UNICEF, said a
.-Yffei- the canva.ss, you‘!i will
mix'l at tlio cii'ii- ii I -J ' ’ ■-
nu’iUs in tlie ed',ie.ilio:i;;| biulil
C., .Mi.ss Sarah Sneed of 'Blacks
burg, S. C., Miss Loui.se Sneed
and .Mrs. Sudie Cable, bith iif
Blacksburg, and five grandchil
I She was a member of Grovtv's
. P'ir.st Biiptist churt'h.
' Tlie bixly wiir lie in .sbate at
the home of her daughter, M;'s.
I Bonnie Martin, in Grover until
; the hour of servlcx?.
I Harris Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
j permit tt> place a frailer in Stin-
, nett Acres Trailer Park.
C. M. Slicffield of Royal .Motel
Members of Ihe Kings .Moun-lwas issued zoning permit to
tain Lions club arc invited to at place a pro-built .storage room at
tend a White Cane luncheon at; the ea.st end of the motel.
Camp Dogwood on Sunday, Nov. | Frank Hollifield obtained a
4th, Lion Hal Plonk has an-, permit to close in his carport to
nounced. Reservations for lunch- j make an extra room at cost of
eon should be made with Lion $l,nn0. D. L. Sanders will be con-
Plonk. . Uactor.
Guard Role In National Defense
To Be Topic of "Bosses Night"
Employers of Kings Mcunlain
business and industry -ivill .it- |
tend Rosse.s’ .Night at the .N'iition-
al Gii ird Armory, on .Mi uday. i
Commanders of the local guard
will explain the increased im-
pirtancp of part-time gu;ird---ineu
in the streamlined natiuvil .so- !
eiirify forces. Tlicy will tell cm- i
■ployers about the o.xivanded r.vli-
of the National Guard and Re
serve Forces as an integral part
of tliis nation's defense systcivi. !
Captain Paul W. Robertson Jr.,
Commander of Company E 10.5th
Engr. Bn. in Kings Mountain
.stated th-at today nearly 30 per'
cent of the total military man
power defending the U. S. is
made up of National Guard and
Re.serve units, and it Ls vital
that employers know this and
back guardsmen and reservists .
M' tlieir emiiloy.
lie slalfvl that th(' Guard and
Resc'rve costs less than fivi- i«'r
ei'iil of tile defen,-.o budget. "The
Miniileman -Meth.Kf ot N.ilional
Di'feii.se is .the more economic
way t'l pjevide emergency mili-
t.iiy for.v.-i for national .security
and should be .supported," he
commented. This is also in con-
junetion with the elimination of
tlie draft as a means to iti.-rc.i.se
tlie size of'cur military forces it;
time of nei'd.
Sos.ses’ .Night in Kings Moun
tain i.s part o; a .slale-vvidi' ef
fort by N' -.rth . aroiin.t military
and veferatis .iffniis .8(', :olry
John J. Tiil.s-)n 111 and Mai. Gi'i;.
William M. Hack, (be .\djatant
General cf Norlii Carolii'a. I >
call atlenlion lo the key r-de :)i
the guard and reserve in tlic
new defease sirueture.
0! lour Firms
like EMRC Idea
Four small busiiu.'.s.ses in the
(liwti.i,.'n .u-ca ■ .athy’.s IkMuty
8|ii.;., K.M rlori.sl, Tfiangle Loa.n
■ :i .Ml->rl N.-.man Co.simgics —
iiavi ill'll,.lie i lliey will form -a
(I.-; and bail i .n a sliopping
in:ill in liio Cciuial b'-xsiness dis-
Tlie mall ;i'ans -.vo’e advanced
by the King -. M .until.n Rcdevel-
'pment Co.nmission during a
.mcetiiis -li l-'i small business
■v.vners at City Hall Tuesday
.'Y second mee-ting of llic group
is sl.ited lor .November l.'illi ;il
7:3u p.m. and Priject Co;>riiina-
tor John ILill .'ay.s "go-aiiead”
with tlie piaii.s is lortliL-.cning.
i -Mr. Hall .sai.i uftor tlie firms
. .rm a e i-i.;? iipplK-iition for a
-i.nall Eusine.-s .Ydministiation
1^111 will be m i le. "Cliances are
gixjJ tliat the lull loiin WsUld be
apiiroved .sui.-e t.ip iirioiily is
given to di.spla.ed busine.rses”,
iiall e;v;.laiue.i lo ihe group.
"The beauty of tliis p;-jgr;uTi
which is -.1 dream of t!ie local
Kedevolf pmeii. commission is
that s.r.all busine.s,se-< wiiiJi liavc
a problcin renting an,I finding
quarters .suitable can remain in
tile do.v nt ev n area."
Small l)U.^illesses are (iefinocl
.us 'ilio.si.' leinpanies vvliich re-
([uiie a building of 6l)0 10 T.tXK)
square feet. TTieie are 13 in lilts
' aiea, m.iny of wlioni will ixt dis-
: placed by Ihe n-vumping of llio
i business district.
Tne four or six co-eperat ive
' owners vviiiUl sliare in file loan
an t vv ixild lealizo eon.si.leiablo
savings in a venture of tlcis
' type, .said Hall. ,
' He said the mall eo-o]) cvrhci'pt
is a model prcgr.im and that tlie
Ue;)artmi'nl of Housing a,-id Ur-
’ I,an De'.eiojimcnt "l:ias our
idea." "W e .-.l-.e : c -t t ;.l this
type I'P je I i-oaldii't lie .lone but
liic .S:,..i;l Busin.- .-; .Yilmimslra-j
t.i.n and ;,UL> are -.ill lor il."
vi.-i.v r.l .Min-piiy An-liitocts
pre.soin.-d a pri-i,-...sed drawing ol
. a pr.>po.-.ed mall of four or six |
:>ii--in.'.'se.N lo till' group alte;id
ing Tues.iay niglit's meeting.
if ill sai.l 1 •ad.Jii el tlie mall
-.vjiild ;-ie in tin' area iwvv hous
ing Pliifer Hariivvare .ompaiiy.
Piiiler plaiir Ic bail.i on tile for
mer City he .N Coal properly on
"Phi-s i-o o;) ■,(':.ture is a d-.-ea'm j
i f . urs we think '-.-in ce a reality
I'lr till' small businesses of the
city", said ILdl.
Gifts t.) the 1!)T3 eerejral ii.ilsy |
■.amfiaign in the city were "lag-
gitig" th.,s .veik, and Mr.s. Hay
vv'-vd K. I.yn-h. i hairmm, .sale
tlic drive .vuuki be extended o-l
.Mrs. Lym b.mmin.le.l Viilunli'ers
-.vito h.T.e distributed "coir |
banks" in d.i.vntovvn Itusincssc
111 ri'i'ort their eollei-tions to I
Charles Hamilton, drive trea-ur
i r, at First Citizens Dank & Trusl [
Comiunv. Site also enejiirageJ I
can-.itssi'rs i i -nniiilclo their riisl-f
di'iitial solicitation vvork tins
week and regorl tiieni to Mr.
Mr.s. Lyncli said she is niipreci-
•alivc of t!i(' ‘.'enenms ;;i;ls .ireal
citizens liave ma ie t > tile ilrivol
lor funds lor iial.ents of lerehrall
Cash BiMtlte's remo.ed Ifi iious. |
es tagged ".suh..slan,i.ir-.r' in Cu'
Cansler street urea tliis vvv'ek, |
and i-leanng of the area was un-
The Kin.us .Mountain Redevoli,^ |
ment C.>mmi.s.sion announci
Friday that a total of 51
tiires an.i Uit.s wi-re pur.-hase.i iill
the area fi\>m Fred WrUht, Jr., I
tlie estate of Mrs. Fred Wright, I
$r. and James E. tZip) Kliea at|
cost of $141,235.
Ke.ieveli pment Commission Di
rector said his cffi.vs are t-m.
tinuing to assist tenants of tliol
area in the -s(.arcli for standarxll
Itousing in the Kings Mountaiiil
area. Tliero are now 19 fainilie.s-l
living in liic Wriglit-Rhea house
and will contimio to live then
said White, until .suituhle rt
placement housing is lijeateJ.