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Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, January 13, 1983
Charles Burns has been pro-
moted to Regional Vice Presi-
dent with the A.L. Williams
Company. A.L. Williams is an
Burns joined the company in
March of ‘81 on a part-time
basis. He won the award as the
top producer in a three-month
period at the 1981 Stone Moun-
Burns is a 1961 graduate of
Kings Mountain High School,
As your committee desires to
utilize all resourses and talent
available, the decision has been
made to increase the number of
committee members serving to
increase our effectiveness. We
shall in the near future publish
the names of all members so you
may call a particular one for
counsel if you so desire.
Rev. LK. Fannin, pastor of
Church of the Nazarene, has
assumed the duties as Chairman
of the committee. Rev. Fannin
has served as a committee
member since the formation in
July. We are pleased to have him
serve in this capacity and look
forward to his leadership.
Please be advised to the han-
dicap parking signs designating
the spaces at various stores and
locations. Y ou must have a han-
dicap placard issued by the N.C.
DMV to legally park in one of
these spaces. If you are han-
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disabled please do not use §
spaces, you will be liable for a
citation from the police depart-
ment. Worse yet is the uncaring
shown for those less physically
capable then you.
We are planning a yard sale to
raise funds and requesting dona-
tions of items useful or saleable.
They may be dropped off at the
office or we will pick up if you
call. Please help if you can. Date
and location of sale will be an-
nounced later. We will accept
anything from hairpins to five
Please contact us now if you
desire to have you home listed as
a handicappedAdisabled location
and plotted on both the fire
depttescue squad maps with
identifing decal placed on the
home. These homes having
those requiring assistance in
evacuating the premises will also
be plotted on the city disaster .
CPC for Disabled
P.O. Box 21
Kings Mtn. N.C. 28086
RM. 113 NF Center
Your battle to quit smoking
could be over on January 17.
Start 1983 off right by attending
the hypnosis clinic offered by the
American Lung Association.
The hypnosis clinic to stop
smoking will be held Monday,
January 17 to 7:00 p.m, at
Catawba Valley Technical Col-
ege Auditorium on Highway
64-70 S.E., in Hickory.
Dr. Richard Lovelace of
Winston-Salem will conduct the
clinic. Dr. Lovelace is a
bynotherapist with more than
twenty years of experience.
Everyone who attends the
two-hour clinic at a cost of $35
will receive written materials and
a hypnosis audio-tape that can
be used for continued benefit.
Proceeds will be used to help
support the American Lung
Association’s local programs.
Call the Lung Association of-
fice in Conover at 704-464-2413
for further information and
dicappd or disgbled and desire
where he excelled in sports, and
attended Cleveland Technical
College. He worked in textiles
prior to joining A.L. Williams.
Burns has. been active in
youth sports in Kings Mountain
for a number of years. He coach-
ed the jayvee football team at
KMHS for three years and prior
to that coached several years in
the Pop Warner football pro-
Burns and his wife, Linda,
have two children, Wesley, age
14, and Mandy, age four. They
reside at 105 Marigold Avenue.
They attend Second Baptist
a heart waiting.
Running out of gift ideas? Take a symbolic event in the
person s life and buy a tiny charm to commemorate the
WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE
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