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Page 12A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD- Thursday. July 29, 1982
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The Kings Mountain Police
Department reported the follow-
Regan Harper of 1213 Whales
Road reported televisions and a
stereo taken from his residence,
valued at $1700. Dot Howell in-
Carolyn Guinn of 238 Barren
Park in York reported hubcabs
valued at $400 taken from her
car while it was parked at
Parkdale Mills. Linda Ham in-
Leslie F. Herndon of Route 5,
Kings Mountain, was arrested
and charged with larceny of an
auto from Jim Testa Chevrolet,
1-85 and 161 South. James Camp
Reyford White of 507 N. City
' Street reported larceny of a
lawnmower valued at $120. Sgt.
Johnny Belk investigated.
Particia Summit of Route 4,
Kings Mountain reported
larceny of hubcabs from her
vehicle while it was parked at the
hospital. Value was $250.
Ronnie Chambers of Number
8 Pine Manor reported theft of a
television valued at $45.
Houston Corn investigated.
Shirley Hamrick of 308 S.
Oriental Ave. reported theft of a
bicycle valued at $85. L.D. Baity
Betty Ramsey of 49 Grace St.
reported her car was shot at
while it was parked at Pine
Manor, doing $150 damage.
Photo by Gary Stewart
around a lake and the 14th tee at Kings Moun-
tain Country Club made for this interesting
SUMMER SCENE - On a warm, summer day.
there's no better place to be than on a golf
course. A foursome framed by tall pine trees
| Yelton Is Elected
Whitstine’s 79 Chevrolet was
$1200; damage to Hopper’s 77
Pontiac was $300. Johnny Belk
On July 25 at the 66 Station a
vehicle driven by James F.
Robinson of 808 Rhodes Ave.
struck a vehicle driven by Jerry
M. Black of 118 Monte Vista
Drive. Damage to Robinson’s
»75 Ford was $25; damage tO
Black’s 78 Pontiac was $175.
Houston Corn investigated.
On July 26 Benny L. Kerley
of Route 3, China Grove was
traveling on E. King Street when
he struck another vehicle. The
other driver left the scene.
Damage to Kerley’s Chevrolet
was $500. L.D. Baity in-
That’s right, now is the time to
KM Police Report
On July 26 at First Citizen’s
Bank Richard White of Route 2
was backing his vehicle when he
struck a vehicle driven by
William B. Wright of 1840 Arley
Drive in Shelby. Damage to
. Wrights >74 Toyota was $174;
no damage was reported to
White’s 68 Ford Truck. L.D.
The Kings Mountain Fire
Department assisted the Kings
Mountain Rescue Squad at a
wreck near WKMT Radio Sta-
tion on July 23 and assisted in a
wreck at Falls Superette on July
Robert W. Yelton, Cleveland
County Attorney, has been
elected President of the North
Carolina Attorneys Association.
Yelton was elected ‘at the
Association’s 1982 summer con-
ference held July 22 through 24
at Wrightsville Beach, North
Carolina. Yelton has previously
served as first vice president and
second vice president of the
The North Carolina County
Attorneys Association is com-
prised of the county attorneys
from all 100 counties in the state
of North Carolina. Its purpose is
to conduct continuing legal
education seminars dealing with
topics that affect county govern-
ment. In addition, the Associa-
tion takes the lead in defending
legal actions which affect all
county governments in North
The other officers of the
North Carolina County At-
torneys Association are Michael
R. Ferrell, Wake County At-
torney, First Vice President; C.
Frank Griffin, Union County
Attorney, Second Vice Presi-
dent, and Joseph S. Ferrell,
Assistant Director of the In-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown of
Salisbury spent the weekend in
Kings Mountain with Rena Dell-
Plans are underway to hold an
outdoor crafts fair in September
at the Back Porch on King
Street. Any persons interested in
placing a booth may contact
Denise Falls at 739-8835 for in-
stitute of Government,
Yelton, who has been
Cleveland County Attorney
since February, 1976, is the
senior member of the law firm of
Yelton, Farfour and McCart-
ney, P.A. In addition to being
President of the North Carolina
County Attorneys Association,
Yelton was recently reappointed
by President Robert F. Baker to
a term on the Local Government
Law Committee of the North
Carolina Bar Association.
Yelton has served on the Local
Government Law Committee
since July, 1980. The Local
Government Law Commitee is
charged with studying and
recommending changes in the
laws and practices in the state of
North Carolina so far as they af-
fect municipal and county
L.D. Baity investigated.
Hoke Electric Co. of
Cherokee Street reported so-
meone tried to steal a vehicle
belonging to them while it was
parked in front of the old Belk’s
business, but could not drive the
vehicle and caused damage to
the gear shift. Ralph Grindstaff
James K. Moss of 418 Cherry
St. in Cherryville reported theft
of hubcaps from his vehicle
while it was parked at the
hospital. Value was $250. Phillip
On July 23 on Gold Street
James R. Whitstine of 201 Lin-
wood Road was attempting to
turn east and struck a vehicle
driven by Joe Hopper of 102
Carpenter St. Damage to
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