A Vandalism Is Reported Vandals broke windows out of the caboose located at the Depot Center during the weekend, ac- cording to police reports. Police Secretary Marti Blan- ton said that $150 in damages were done to the property. Other complaints were from Catherine Duncan, Pine Manor Apts., who reported that so- meone threw a light fixture through her apartment window; Timothy Wright, Battle Forest Apartments, who said that huhbcaps were stolen valued at $125. larence Wheeler,Jr. 304 E. Parker St., reported theft of a stepladder, ice chest and clothes valued at $125; Connie Davis, 127 Ark street, reported theft of hubcaps valued at $117; Mrs. Ellen Mason reported that an in- ternational truck was vandalized with no damage but lugs were loosened from the wheels; Monte Harbin, of 916 First St., reported theft of a weedeater valued at $169;Guy Trout, 1416 Merrymount Drive,reported vandalism to his mailbox; Charles Smith, of E. King St., reported that a large assortment of equipment valued at $4,650 was stolen from his vehicle; Dale Smart, 317 Fulton St., reported theft of a wallet containing per- sonal papers and $8 in cash; and several reports of breaking and entering were made with citizens saying that nothing was taken.Cynthia Moore, of 76 Pine Manor Apartments, reported that someone broke in- to her apartment and took three packages of cigarettes. “What | value more than all things is good humor." — Thomas Jefferson Subscribe To The Herald Jr. He is joined by first place dance team of Targe Wofford, Tony Lewis, Shane Shockley. Dennoris Wilson and Darris Watkins. TALENT WINNERS - Winners of the high school division in last week's Kiwanis Club Talent Show are pictured above. Back row, right, is second place winner Larry Hamrick VOTE ALLRAN FOR JUDGE May 8, 1984 Lifelong Gaston County Resident Experienced In All Areas | Of The Court | | Will Bring Dignity And | Respect To The Court | Your Support Appreciated You Can Make A Difference | *ALLRAN FOR JUDGE CAMPAIGN : Paid For By TOM D. EFIRD, Treasurer Photos by Linda Ramsey MORE WINNERS - Winners of the junior high division in last week's Kiwanis Club Talent (back row center) is surrounded by the first place dance team Radio Shock-Scott Camp- bell, Todd Fain, Kenneth Potter and Jamie Show at Barnes Auditorium are pictured above. Heather Bradshaw, the runner-up York. “Send a basket full of spring.” Merlin Olsen The Easter Basket Bouquet from your FTD® Florist. Easter is Sunday, April 22. ALLEN’S FLOWER SHOP 624 E. King Street Kings Mountain, N.C. 28086 739-2556 Send your thoughts with special S$ care.” tipight ‘at 'B.N. 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Bell, who danced to “Billy Jean”; Tina Hollifield, who sang “We Shall Behold Him” and Mike Curry, who sang “One In A Million.” Targe Wofford, Tony Lewis, Shane Shockley, Dennoris Wilson and Darris Watkins did a break dance to “Radio Activity” to win the high school division. Patrick Hamrick took second place with the piano selection “Piano Prelude.” Others in the high school divi- sion were David Dingusy who played “My Tribute” on the piano; Sandy Wells, who sang “One More Song For You”; Gary Feaster, who sang “Let The Music Play”; Lisa Vaughtn, who sang “Going Up Yonder” and Laura Wright, who sang “Because of Who I Am.” Special entertainment was presented by Holly Dellinger, Angel Allen, the West School Cloggers and Tonya Hawkins. Jonas Bridges, manager of Radio Station WKMT, was master of ceremonies. MUSICAL DRAMA The musical drama “Then Came Sunday” will be presented at Eastside Baptist church in Blacksburg April 21 and April 22 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. 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