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kiriG9 MOUhTIMn MIRROR
VOL. 90, No. M
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1919
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No probable cause was returned In
the charge of murder against a
Kings Mountain woman In Dlatrlct
Cburt last Thursday.
Betty Jo BeU Ross, 34, of Rt. 4, was
charged with murder In the Jan. 36
shooting death of her estranged
husband, Randolph Ross.
The fatal shooting, according to
Mrs. Ross, came after several hours
of physical abuse at the hands of her
estranged husband. At the time of
the shooting, police had been caUed
earlier that evening to remove Ross
from his wife’s home. Mrs. Ross told
poUce Ross returned later and broke
Into the house.
Judge George W. Hamrick
in^alded in the probable cause
hearing In Shelby.
The Kings Mountain Development
Office has moved from The Depot
Center to be relocated In the new
addltlMi to the KM Community
Center on Cleveland Ave.
Hie offices are the first ones to the
left after entering the Cleveland
Bxecutlvs Ellrector Jerry Ktaig
said the office U stUl seeking In-
lormatlan on buildings and land
suitable for commercial business
and Industrial development.
currently the office has about 80
listings which are shown to potential
businessmen and Industrialists
seeking new locations for expansion.
King said anyone with acreage or
buildings for lease or sale may
contact him at 788-5846 to have the
properties listed for showing to
^ Conceit Set
~ For Tonight
^ Spring Band Concert of the Kings
a : . M Mountain Junior High Ninth Grade
Band and KMSHS Blaser Band wlU
be held 7\ies. March 18, at 8 p.m. In
B.N. Barnes Auditorium on the
campus of Kings Mountain Senior
There Is no admission charge and
P A community Is Invited to hear
state contest festival selections by
the two bands.
Donald J. Deal wlU direct the
Blaser Band and Christopher H.
Cole will direct the Ninth Grade
School Bus Drivers
Course Is Planned
School EhM Drivers Class will be
taught on April 10 and 13. Interested
adults and students are encouraged
to cwitsict Blaine Froneberger at
789-0401 for registration, “rhe current
mte of pay Is $8 per hour for all bus
In WC Choral
The 06-volce Wofford CoUege Glee
Oub and Mixed Ensemble will
present a concert of music on Friday
evening, March 38, at 8 p.m. at
S Central United Methodist Church.
A Jeff Boggan, Kings Mountain
freshman at Wofford and son of Rev.
and Mrs. Bob Boggan, Is a member
of the group which Is on concert tour.
The commimlty Is Invited to at-
Fun For Funds At KMSHS
Photos By Gary Stewart
PUSHING THE VW„..
Theie studentt pushed a VW
around Gamble Stadium track
Saturday to raise money
for Muscular Dystrophy.
The original KM to Charlotte
push was cancelled.
The gym at KMSHS was the scene
of a dance-a-thon from morning
til night to raise MDA funds.
ROCKING FOR MDA....
Rocking is another popular
fund-raiser held Saturday
at KMSHS' Here a group
of students enjoy themselves
in the morning sunshine.