North Carolina Newspapers

    sbuty
2S 001
Mack Has Big
Day For L.A.
Page
KMHS Has Best
Athletic Program In SW
*uUlw
‘
FUOWpPaTd
AxexqT1 Tetiouwdy Aauney
Page 7-A S
o>
<
= ©
TS ERSTE v
= EF x EE i tk and Reg
= eT, SESET J SW, «WY Es
aces 2 =u S272 EE ~
N———— ~~ ‘a 3 ’ =
—_— Sa = — —
/ : | / a = ~~ ——— Wh 6
rd r. ”
VHENRAOS IVIOKEITY TIC EALC -
- iB — a 1 1] hy |
: Lo - = 3 x
VOL. 97 NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1984 KINGS MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA
RL E 4
Cashion Leads Way
In Runoff Election
i
Joyce Falls Cashion, Kings .
Mountain grocer, led the field of
candidates
Democratic run-off for three
seats on the Cleveland County
Board of Commissioners.
Mrs. Cashion, who placed se-
cond to Gene LeGrand in the
large field of candidates in the
May 8 primary, received 5,638
as 28 percent of the registered
voters of the county went to the
polls. LeGrand was second with
5,184 and Jack Spangler, of
Shelby, was third with 4,900.
The three winners will face the
three Republican primary win-
ners Charlie Harry, Ruth
Wilson, and Billy Davis in
November.
T.W. Martin of Lattimore was
in Tuesday’s:
JOYCE CASHION
Rescue Squad Seeks
Fourth Paid Employee
A letter signed by Kings
Mountain Rescue Squad officers
and board of directors to the
Cleveland County Board of
Commissioners asks for an extra
paid employee, a new ambulance
and increased expense funding.
Russell Falls, Rescue Squad
secretary, presented the requests
to the board of commissioners
Monday.
Chairman Jack Palmer, Jr.
said that any action taken by the
commissioners would be part of
the county’s 1984-85 budget. A
Scent tax rate hike is proposed
in the budget, but funding for re-
quests made by the rescue squad
May 25th are not included in the
proposed budget. The new
budget, which may be modified
by commissioners, takes effect
July 1.
The letter stated that ‘the
number of volunteer members
available to wus during the
daylight hours has been depleted
to nearly a non-existent level.
The crew person will drastically
reduce the chances of an
emergency situation being inade-
quately covered.”
The Kings Mountain squad is
asking a mileage allowance in-
crease from 25 cents to 50 cents
per mile.
Cleveland County now funds
three positions with the rescue
squad through fees charged by
the squad for ambulance trips.
The county owns two am-
bulances used by the squad. The
squad has asked that a third am-
bulance be purchased.
Funeral Rites Held
For Mary McGill, 80
Funeral services for Miss
Mary A. McGill, 80, of 311 W.
Gold Street, were conducted
Wednesday morning at 11
oclock from Kings Mountain
Baptist Church of which she was
a member.
‘Miss McGill, veteran retired
sales clerk at Plonk Brothers for
40 years, died Monday morning
in Kings Mountain Hospital
after several years illness.
She was a native of Macon,
S.C., daughter of the late Ernest
Lee and Laura Patterson
McGill.
She was active in Kings
Mountain Chapter 123, Order of
the Eastern Star.
Surviving are two brothers,
Rufus McGill of Salisbury and
W.I. McGill of Walterboro, S.C.
and two sisters, Mrs. J.E.
Houston of Blakely, Ga. and
Mrs. Allen Herndon of
Belleview, Fla.
Her pastor, Rev. J.C. Goare,
assisted by Rev. Richard Plyler
officiated at the rites and inter-
ment was in the Patterson Grove
Baptist Church Cemetery.
fourth in Tuesday’s run-off in
the six-person commissioner
race, Dr. Tom Brown was fifth
and incumbent Coleman
Goforth placed last.
Mrs. Cashion carried all the
Kings Mountain precincts. The
unofficial results: East Kings
Mountain, Cashion, 384;
LeGrand, 162; Spangler, 109;
West Kings Mountain, Cashion,
592; LeGrand, 350; Spangler,
236; Goforth, 239; Bethware,
Cashion, 239; LeGrand, 160;
Spangler, 127; Grover, Cashion,
145; LeGrand, 77; Spangler, 60.
Voters of Cleveland County
supported Rufus Edmisten over
Eddie Knox for governor by
more than 1,000 votes with at-
torney general Edmisten receiv-
ing 52 percent of the registered
vote throughout the state. He
will face Republican Jim Martin
in November.
Area voters also helped re-
elect the incumbent commis-
sioner of labor John Brooks who
defeated Dick Barnes and
Republicans elected John Carr-
ington as their lieutenant gover-
nor nominee over Frank Jordan.
Carrington will face the
Democratic nominee Bot Jordan
in November.
Mrs. Cashion, wife of Bill
Cashion of Kings Mountain and
daughter of Mrs. Craig Falls and
the late Mr. Falls, has long been
active in the Democratic Party
and was the first woman to serve
as Cleveland county Democratic
Party Chairman. She said: “I am
highly elated and very pleased
and I want everyone to know
that I appreciate all the support I
received all over Cleveland
County. I was so pleased that I
ran well all over the county. I
just appreciate every person who
worked so hard Tuesday on my
behalf.”
%
MARY McGILL
Patterson Writes Book
Dr. Bob E. Patterson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Patterson
of Kings Mountain, has recently
published a book on a leading
American thinker, Carl Henry.
Dr. Patterson is professor of
religion at Baylor University in
Waco, Texas, and editor of the
series, “Makers of the Modern
Theological Mind,” a twenty
volume set of books on contem-
porary theological thinkers.
Patterson says: “As editor of
this series of volumes, I had to
select an (or the) outstanding
American evangelical theologian
about whom to write a book.
The choice was simplicity itself-
Carl F.H. Henry, of course. Carl
Henry is the prime interpreter of
evangelical theology, one of its
leading theoreticians, and now in
his 70’ the unofficial elder
statesman for the entire tradi-
DR. BOB PATTERSON
tion. In 1978 Time Magazine
named him Evangelicalism’s
“leading theologian.” No in-
dividual has provided more in-
tellectual dignity, prophetic in-
sight, and clarification to the
movement than Henry.
“l wrote the book on Carl
Henry for three reasons: to
educate myself about the whole
evangelical tradition by immers-
ing myself in its literature; to ex-
pose myself to Henry’s first-rate
theological mind and let him
pass judgment on some of my
own theological ideas; and to
share my journey with those
readers outside the evangelical
tradition who have read the
other volumes in this “Makers”
series.
“Carl Henry feels that part of
Turn To Page 8-A
Photo by Gary Stewart
KMHS GRADUATION-Kings Mountain High seniors march into John Gamble Stadium Fri-
day night for graduation exercises. Principal Ronnie Wilson and Supt. Bill Davis presented
diplomas to 252 graduates.
Grover Town Council
Approves 1984-85 Budget
Grover Town Council
adopted a $182,563.83 budget
for fiscal year 1984-85 at its
regular monthly meeting Mon-
day night at Town Hall.
The budget represents a slight
increase in salaries for full-time
employees. The tax rate of 33
cents per $100 property valua-
tion includes the recent voter-
approved 10 cents sewer fund
tax. .
The budget, figured into three
categories, includes allocations
of $125,300.71 for the general
operation of the town,
$30,997.92 for the utility fund
and $26,265.20 for the sewer
fund.
General fund expenditures in-
clude administration, $9,896;
police department, $26,650; fire
department, $2,600; streets,
$10,000; sidewalks, $3,000;
streetlights $5,200; sanitation,
$11,844; non-departmental,
$6,587.38; cemetery, $3,800;
election, $400; donations,
$2,650; dues, $462; town hall
and offices, $3,980; legal ser-
vices, $4,500; committees,
$4,775; recreation, $14,857.50;
town maintenance, $12,576; and
contingency fund, $1,472.83.
Utility fund expenditures in-
clude utilities, $8,966.32; office
expense, $817.00; legal expense,
$800; insurance, $64;
maintenance and repair, $4,896;
bad debt expense, $50; bond
payment, $8,848.77; capital
outlay, $5,000; contingency
fund, $1,555.83.
Sewer fund expenditures in-
clude Minette Mills, $326.40;
auditor, $300; office supplies,
$200; tax collection fees,
$286.62; contingency fund,
$1,200; sewer system reserve
fund, $23,952.18.
In other business Monday
night, the board:
*Following a public heairng,
assigned revenue sharing funds
of $5,147 for use on the new
recreation park project. Mayor
Bill McCarter also announced
that past revenue sharing funds
of $31,519.98 remain unassign-
ed.
*Was told McCarter that in-
spectors from the Division of
Parks and Recreation will be in
Grover Thursday to make a pre-
grant inspection of the recrea-
tion park. The board hopes to
receive state grants to assist in
the cost of the project.
* Approved a 60-year contract
with Duke Power to provide
electricity for Grover citizens.
*Approved repair of a two-
inch water main in Spring Acres.
* Approved a resolution of in-
tent to restrict the use of Spring
Acres to the original intent of
the engineers. Mayor McCarter
said homes and out-buildings
must be constructed to town
specifications unless other ap-
proval is given by the city coun-
cil.
*Approved the architect’s
plans for the proposed city sewer
system.
* Approved several transfers
of funds to balance the 198-84
budget.
*Assigned $11,246.87 in
surplus funds from the 1983-84
budget to the new park project.
Turn To Page 9-A
Photo by Gary Stewart
CLASS GIFT-Pat Davis, right, treasurer of the KMHS Class of 1984, presents a check to Bill
McDaniel, chairman of the Kings Mountain District School Board of Education, during Fri-
day's graduation exercises at Gamble Stadium. The money will beused to purchase a mar-
quis for the high school.
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view