Program Gives Viewers Chance To Question Politicians Open/net, a Jones Inter- cable television program which will give local citizens an opportunity to ask ques- tions of their elected officials and receive the answers via telephone on public televi- sion, can be seen live Friday evenings from 8 until 10 p.m. beginning Jan. 17th. Rob Bridges, General Manager of Jones Intercable Kings Mountain and Cher- ryville cable viewers can view the program on Cable Channel 9. Stanley viewers can view the program on Cable Channel 3. Bridges said that programs now viewed on Cable Channel 3 in this area can be seen on Cable Channel 9. Open/net is an exclusive program for Jones Inter- in Kings Mountain, said that cable, said Bridges, and is co- Social Deadlines And Guidelines The Herald welcomes your news of weddings, engagements, anniversaries, birthdays and other social items for publication in the people section of the Herald. We ask that you observe the following guidelines and “deadlines when presenting items for publication: All society news must be received by Monday at 5 p.m. for inclusion in the people section. Items received after 5 p.m. Monday will be published in the A section if time and space permits. If not, it may be held out until the next week’s paper. All writeups will be published free of charge, however, there is a preparation charge of $3 for birthday pictures and $5 for engagement, wedding and anniversary pictures. Only black and white photos or high quality color photos will be accepted. All wedding pictures must be half-poses. No full length wedding pictures will be published. : a ——————————— AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR AMAAAAAAANAANAANANAN PIII IV, Featuring... } ~ Whitey’s La SENIOR CITIZENS NIGHT p Fish Camp FISHPLATTER 3 Can Eat Tax And Drink . 2 Not Included Wed. Thru Sat. 4:00 P.M-9:30 P.M. Located- Landers Chapel On Long Shoals Rd. Go Dallas/Cherryville Hwy. toward Gastonia approx. 4 miles. Turn left on Landers Chapel Road. Whitey’s is 4 about 3 miles on the right. A ARAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANY . ~~ Phone [5s 922-8436 Carry Out Orders AA AAA AS Aaa AARARAARAARAARAAAAARART AAR NMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAV VAY AAAAA VAAAAAAN WVAAAA WVAAAAAARIAAAAAAAA IY £ ACR FD H BART "REGISTRATION 1986 | Adult Degree Program Registration January 9 == 6:00-7:30 PM Traditional Registration January 13 10:00-11:30 a.m. and 1:00-2:30 p.m. All registration will take place in McCar- thy Library. For more information, call the Registrar’s Office, (704) 825-5146 Ext. 221, 9 a.m. 5 p.m., weekdays. rs \ OUR ANNUAL STOREWIDE Through January, all decorative fabrics in stock are’ 10% OFF of Luxury’s usual low prices. All first quality drapery slipco ver and upholstery fabrics. Now is the time to take advantage of these savings. Visit Luxury Interiors for deductions on selected items. - CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY wry Rn fp fica SeociAvs mows RY 40 ah Phony: REE Fabrics 867-5313 VISA = Interiors 865-7620 Gastonia, N.C. ! Phone, Toll Free, from Charlotte 825-3696 Drive on 1-83 toward Gastonia, take Hwy: 321 Exit, turn North on Hwy. 321 toward Lincoln- twa, You will see our big sign on the right. 1968 For produced by the North Carolina Agency for Public Telephone Communications. The program, said Bridges, will cover a wide variety of controversial topics, in- cluding medical malpractice, fetal alcohol syndrome, government Cperulions and impact of a balanced federal budget, etc. Bridges said the program will feature a different topic every week and will give local television viewers a chance to openly com- municate with elected of- ficials in Raleigh and ask them questions about certain issues in which they are in- terested. ‘‘We feel this will be a valuable service to our | viewers”, he said. Police Report Wrecks Timothy Childers, 29, of 300 Stowe Acres, was treated at the hospital and dismissed after he was struck by a car on Stowe Acres Jan. 1. The driver of the car was iden- tified as Floyd Lovelace, 219 Wilson Terrace. There were no charges in the incident. Two other automobile ac- cidents were investigated by Kings Mountain Police this week. No injuries were reported and property damages were minor. A collision in the parking lot of McDonalds on Dec. 31 involved a 1983 Dodge - operated by Delia Brown, 206 W. King St., which was damage $400, and a 1979 Ford operated by Tommy Whitworth, Route 3. In another accident on East Mountain Street involving a parked vehicle, police said that a 1983 Chevrolet operated by Mildred Russell, 910 Henry Street, struck a cperated by Bar- ara Street. ‘Damages totaled $450. Larcenies Reported Several reports of larcenies from parked vehicles were made by motorists to city police during the week. Marty Blanton, Secretary to KMPD Chief Jackie Bar- rett, said the following com- plaints were made: Barbara Williams, 402 E. King Street, reported theft of a microwave oven and kerosene heater valued at $575. from residence. Bernice Roseboro, 315 N. Tracy St., breaking and entering of her residence, nothing taken but the front door was damaged. Valeria Boyd, 211 E. King St., larceny of hubcaps valued at $700. Dennis Huffstetler, 213 Thornburg Dr., larceny of wheel from vehicle valued at $75. Gerald Payne, 145 Ark St., attempted break-in of his residence. Viola Moore, Apt. 54 Pine Manor, reported a stolen rey ‘order in the amount of 51 Kim Ledford, Route 4, larceny from ‘automobile parked at Beef Barn, King St. Items stolen included a pocketbook, radio, $5, rescription glasses and eather jacket valued at $525. James Falls, 600 Phenix St., larceny of depthfinder “from boat valued at $216. Terry Bumgardner, Route 3, larceny of pocketbook from car purked at KM High School and valued at $21. James Rhea, Route 4, reported that his car was broken into while the vehicle was parked at the high schoo A Panasonic VCR monitor was stolen from the Com- munity Center during a break-in. The monitor was valued at $300. Damage to a window was reported to be $300. Helen Williams, 2029 Red- wood Circle, reported larceny of wrought iron chair from front porch valued at $50. 402 E.«King-- Thursday, January 9, 1986-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 11B Entertainment's Most Dazzling World! Presents “DREAM WORLD” Two hours of dynamic choreography, daring athletic feats and dramatic effects: o Flying bicycles, butterflies & 16-foot strangers e Super-sleuth Jane Blonde in “For Your Ice Only” » Plus an elegant and sophisticated finale “Startime.” Have fun with ALICE IN WONDERLAND at the whimsical ‘wonderland ball. 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TICKETS $7.00 8.00 9.00 - All Seats Reserved —Mail Order Coupon— Performance: Adult Tickets: x = TICKETS INFO & GROUP INFO. od TL =: 3 372-3600 Total enclosed $ TELE-CHARGE Visa-MC Naine = (.50¢ Sve. chg. per ticket) City State Zip | Day Phone 332-4606 3333333773333 333333777333333 ~ Subseribd™T The Herald ABR MOT sen Create! Elevate! Communicate! Investigate! Got the post-holiday blahs? Looking for a New Year’s resolution that is possible to keep? Meet new people, learn new skills and embark on new adventures by signing up for one of the many exciting course offerings at the Sacred Heart College Department of Conti- nuing Education. COURSE SCHEDULE, SPRING, 1986 CREATE! DISCOVERING POETRY - SHC, Mercedes Hall - Friday, Feb. 7, 2-4 p.m. Weire, Free, Rm. 203. CERAMICS I - Ken's Goramics » Wednesdays, Jan. 21-Mar. 11 7-9: 30 pm, Barker $30. Belmont. CERAMICS II - Ken’s Ceramics - Tuesdays, Mar. 18-May 6, 7-9:30 p.m., Barker $30, Bel- mont. COLOR ANLYSIS - Adm. Bldg. ard. Fl. 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