Cleveland County Superior Court
trial (or Melvin Haakell Carroll and
Tommie Lee Bright o( Klngi
Mountain la acheduled to begin
IVies., Apr. 36.
Carroll la charged with (elonloua
aaaault and aaaault on an officer
with firearm. Bright la charged with
aiding and abetting (elonloua
The chargea atem from the
shooting of Klnga Mountain Police
Sgt. Bob Hayea In December 1977.
Hayea waa wounded aeveral tlmea
while attempting to arreat Carroll at
the latter’a home.
Hayea underwent aurgery for the
wounda and haa alnce returned to
Wltneaaea for the atate from the
local force Include Ptl. Anthony
Ager and Sgt. Richard Reynolda.
On Mon., May S Harold Lawaon
Chrawell of Rt. S, Granite Falla la
acheduled to be tried on a charge of
murder In the Superior Court at
Carawell la charged In the
ahooUng death of William Leallc
Beane In Klnga Mountain on Dee. 9,
ite'TT. Beane araa inanaMr of I
reataurant here at the time of thi
Incident. He waa from Rt. 3, Granite
Carawell waa arreated at hla home
near Granite Falla, about 60 mllea
from Klnga Mountain, and returned
to Cleveland County jail by Det. Sgt.
NOW THAT’S OONTKNTBOCNT - Give na the open
aky and the water. Give na a boat aad flahtag gew aad
point na toward the place where the flah Uve, then let na
alone. Theee may well be the aentimenta of ear two
naknown anglera plotnred here. The photo waa made
Photo By Tom McIntyre
with a telephoto leno from the Klago MamHahi Beaeae
Squad dnriag regnlar rouada of Mona Lake laat
Saturday. The flahermea found themaelvea a qnlet apet
among the ahallowa of a cove aad apeat the day oaatiag
Hm aacoad public hearing for
dtliena' Input on the Small CItlaa
granta program la aehaduled for 1 p.
m. Tuoa., Apr. S6 at the Klnga
Mountain Depot Canter.
Hie Small Gltlaa grant program
ealla for a pra-appUcatlon to bo
aubmltted to the Department of
Houaing and Urban Dovelopmont by
imy 16 and a final application by
Aug. 80,187S. Funding, If approved,
la expected to begin by mid-
Klnga Mountain la eligible to apply
for funding under the |8S-bllllon
natlonwlda program. If approved,
the clty'a ahare could amount to tl-
million over a three year period.
called a comprehenelve program,
the granta being aought by the city
are earmarked for revltallmtlon of
nelghborhooda, tmprovamenta to
atreeta, eldewalka, curbing and
guttering and upgrading aewar aad
water, electrical and natural
ayatema aad for rehablUtatlon of
Mayor John Moaa aald the HUD
pollclea are changing from a few
yeara ago when the theme wae to
daatroy aub-atandard houaing and
relocate famlUoa. Now, the mayor
aald, the HUD guldellnaa call for
upgiadlng aa many homoa aa
poaalble to preaerve the tradltlan of
Davis - ^People Taking Race Seriously^
The Battleground Dlatrlct Boy
Scouta of America will obaerve Apr.
3t-38 aa "Spring Round Up.”
The emphaala during thla five day
period will be to enllat new membera
and leswlera (or the dlatrlct. The
theme (or the Round Up la advance
The highlight of the week will be a
Spring Camporee acheduled from 6
p. m. FrI., Apr. 38 until noon on Ihin.,
Apr. 30. Dr. W. D. Slmmona' (arm on
Hwy. 160 eaat of Shelby will be the
camporee alte. The farm la approxi
mately one mile eaat of the 160-180
Parenta of the acouta attending the
camporee are Invited to the camp-
Sre acheduled (or 7 p. m. Sat., Apr.
Boya Intereatad In becoming a
acout ahould watch for poatera and
Uaten (or announcementa In their
achoola (or the neareat troop or pack
meeting. Potential membera are
Invited to attend one meeting to aee
and learn about the acouting
program before deciding to Join.
Youngatera 11-yeara of age, or who
will flnlah the fifth grade by June
1978 are eligible. Joining and paying
the reglatratlon fee before Frl., Apr.
38 will allow new acouta to attend the
In Klnga Mountain there are three
Boy Scout troopa. St. Matthewa
Lutheran Church aponaora Troop 91.
Ibrnmy King la acoutmaaUr (789-
8819): Flrat Baptlat Church aponaora
Troop 93 and Jamea Tarbro la acout-
maator (789-6481); and Bethware
Progreaalve Qub aponaora Troop 98.
Bmmett Moaa la acoutmaaUr (789-
Michael Wright la dlatrlct
executive and Stuart LaOrande la
aervlng aa round up chairman. Flay
ODok la camporee chairman. For
more Information call Wright at 487-
0973; LaGrande at 483-6837 or Cook
at 688-7609. Or conUct one of the
hroo Klnga MounUIn Troop
Lawrence Davla, certain he la a
fixint-runner In the race for the
Democratic U. S. Senate
nomination, brought hla campaign
to Klnga Mountain Tueaday.
Accompanied by hla Cleveland
County manager. Julian Wray,
Shelby lawyer, he waa on a hand-
Hiaklng tour of the city.
Confident he will be at the top of
the ticket on May 3, Davla aald that
"the laat month haa been a real
awakening for the votora. People are
taking the race aerloualy and are
looking at the laauea."
Although he (oreaeea a run-off on
May 80th Davla aaya ha will
definitely be In It. Six other
DemocraU are aeeklng to unaeat
Republican Jeaae Helma In
November. They Include Joe
Fblment, alao of Wlnaton Salem,
John Ingram, Luther Hodgea, Jr.,
David McKnlght, and Robert
Local political obaervera ccnalder
the tront-runnera aa Davla, Hodgea,
Ingram and Felment.
Davla, who haa aervad In the N. C.
leglalature alnce 1970 and aa
chairman the paat form of the
Senate Baae Budget committee, haa
projected the Image of conaarvatlve
reaeonlng and like Luther Hodgea,
Jr. la ualngthe media of Ulovlalon to
Mr. Davla haa uUUaed 80-mlnuU
Uve InUrvlewa In Graanaboro and
In Kiwanis Club Show
Will Perform Tonight
Durham recently and WSOC-TV
Charlotte la elated to film a live
biUrvlew on Friday night at 8:80 p.
m. where local eltlaena can call In
and queatlon the candldaU on the
"The real laaue la who can beat
repreaant your Intereata In
Waahlngton, D. C. and whether
North Carolina will offer
"Deficit apendlng la the root cauae
of Inflation,” declared Davla who
aeea Inflation aa the major laeue
toeing Americana, placing the fault
aquarely with a nattonal govern-
nnent that fOrcaa ua to ttghten our
belta but refuaea to tlghUn lU own.
Elaborating, Davla aald that he
will work to put an end to waateful
apendlng that createa deflelU and
will make every tax dollar count
"Waate abounda In every depart
ment of the federal government,”
declared Davla, noting that ha
"knowa what It la to make tough
decUlona and balance a atate
budget. I plan to teach our federal
government how to do the aame
"People deaerve to have a
government they can truat,” aald
Davla, adding that "thoae In public
life ahould have a record of
reaponalblUty, conalatency and
Integrity that buUda auch truat. I
have worked to build that truat
through my record, which haa been
approved by Increaalng marglna In
the paat (our electlona.”
Davla aald he will contlnua to work
to reform welfare programa with
work requlrementa and work op-
portunltlea. He aald a long-term
aolutlon to unemployment muat be a
top priority In government. No one
wanta a hand-out; what every
peraon wanta la an opportunity to
achieve and make a living. Ha adald
he will work to provide opportunltlaa
through public aervlce Jobe and
more Importantly through Incentlvo
progranu to private Induatry.
A native of Wlnaton Salem, the 40-
year-old Senator from Forayth
County waa elected to the N. C.
Houae In 1970 and 1973 and to the N..
C. Senate In 1974 and 1978.
Aa It atanda now the oldaat aad
nxMt negleeted aactlon of the city,
the Burlington Mill and Uawood ltd.
arena, atand the beat channe of
quallQrlag the city tor tha now Small
CItlaa granta. However, there oaa be
ohangea la poUcy to Includa other
adjacent arena la naad cf upgradtog
according to the mayor.
The public hearing! have been
daalgned to enoourage local cltlaana
to expreaa their Idaaa on what ahould
be done la the community aad the
arena that need Improvement. The
flrat haarlag waa hald Tuea., Apr. 4
at city hau.
The mayor explained at the drat
public haarlag that the Small Clttaa
program la a ona-tlme project aad
whatever area la aalected. If the
dty'a appllcatton la approved, will
be the one worked on over the three-
The mayor commeatad, howeve.,
Oiat he feela certain the fedorel
government will announce new
programa each year that will keep
ttie funding coming to quallflad
. The Small CItlaa program, aa are
all HUD programa, la geared to
aaalBt the low and moderate Income
dtlaena. In Klnga Mountain aad
other non-metropolltaa arena of the
atate, that Income level tor aa entire
tomlly la batwean 89,000 and 810,000
annually. Any family falling In thla
Inoome level la oonMdared to be of
tow or moderate Inoome and eligible
tar the HUD aaalatanoe.
under the houaing rehabilitation
portion of the HUD Small Clttea
program, Indlvlduala can qualify for
dbect loana, at low intereat, or
outHght granta to apply to Im
proving thalr dwolUnga.
Tonight the best of the talented
Kings Mountain District elementary
school students will compete In the
tost annual KM K1 wants Club Talent
The.show begins at 7:30 p. m. at
Barnes Auditorium and tickets are
80 cents ^r children up to 13-years
old and $1 tor all over 13.
Proceeds from the show and from
area businesses and Industries
donated In' advertlalng go Into
Klwanls Club community projects.
Thla year the club has earmarked
hinds (or blood analysis (or Kings
Mountain Hospital; (oater children’s
activities. Including a summer
outings and a Christmas party; uni
forms for the club sponsored Little
League team; and a summer day
camp (or youth In the Kings Moun
In the past 30 years the club haa
mlsed In excess of 846,000 (or use In
local civic projects.
Broken down Into two phases, the
Klwanls club will present a talent
show for the Junior and senior high
students Thurs., Apr. 37 at 7; 30 p. m.
at Barnes Auditorium.
Trash Pickup Scheduled
CltlMns of Kings Mountain are
being asked to tie old newspapers In
bundles and place them on the curb
of their residences. Hie Sanitation
Department has prepared a special
container (or them on the trash
trucks and will recycle them as part
of a community conservation
project spearheaded by the
Trash pick-ups are made by
districts, same aa voting districts,
using the following schedule;
Districts 8 and 4, Monday 7:80 a.
DIatiicts 3 and 8, Tuesday 1 p. m.-
Wednesday 4:80 p. m.
Districts6and 1, Thursday, 7:80a.
Downtown, Friday, 1 until 4:80 p.
OANDIDATB VUITt - Lasrraaee Davio, eas af toe
caadMates for Iks U. B. Seaato la toe May 8 Demeerat Frki
Klags MoaatolB TaaaBay to 4e a BlUe eampalgatog wito H
Oonaty oampalviBaaMgar, JatoMi Wray, an allaraay toam ■
MRS. CAROLYN HUNT
Carolyn Hunt, North OaroUna'a
First Lady, will have luitch and do
volunteer work at North School la
Klnga Mountain TXies., Apr. to.
Mrs. Hunt's purpose In dotog
volunteer work in schools all over
the state Is to attract more vohia-
toera from the community to provide
more Individual attention to
students. Both Gov. Jim Hunt aad
Ms wife work regularly as volun
teers in the Rideigh achoola
Volunteer work la tlia public
schools Is one of Mrs. Hunt's prime