High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1974, Page 49

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Top 31 students Are honoured High Point Enterprise sunday april 21, 1974 us Thomasville High by Beth Fesperman Thomasville students returned from the easter holidays last wednesday and began getting Back a in the swing of books verent to the Only things returned to however As anticipation of the Spring dance was also in the air. A Cut Glass provided music for the event which lasted from 8-12. It was held in the school cafeteria. Thirty one seniors at Tsas have maintained a 90 or better average during their four years of High school. The following were honoured at the 5th annual awards program held thursday night Sherri Allen Donna Baird Calvin Beck Jeff Black Charles Bowman Roger Bryant David Burroughs Johngy Czarnecki Kenneth Fulp Zeb Hanner Debbie Hardin Vivian Harrington Connie Hiatt Craig Hooker Susan Jarrett Shirley Jeffries Anna Litwin Gregg Lloyd Sherri Lloyd Joyce Occam Kirby Mccrary also Jackie Mabe Jeffrey Medlin Mark Montgomery Jerri Moore Sharon Smith Tim Smith Merri Beth Tice Tim Tysinger Malinda Warner and Doug Wiggin. Danny Wall a 1970 Honor graduate from senior High spoke at the event which included the presentation of certificate of achievement and a reception. Congratulations Are extended to them for their hard work. Two Tsas juniors will be attending governors school this summer at unc a. Dawne Grimes has been chosen to attend in music while Janie Lee was selected for the math division. Congratulations to these two very deserving students is. Smith Highlander youth leaders Convene Here the third Semi annual youth leadership convention will be held in High Point on saturday May 4 under the auspices of Nido Qubein associates. Among the dozen speakers arriving from six states Are Don Highlander literature director for gospel Light publications of Atlanta a. And Sissy Smith consultant International Center for learning of Glendale. Calif. The one Dav event attracts some 200 registrants from North Carolina South they la do it every time accost to Hek Arents Grenadine. Is no help what so around the House you never lift v it of re spoiled a Tinger around there s More to Here never think life than Zalst of pitching in watching to Bur when she offers to do the Kitchen sit listen Tothea a on priority list of ung freshmen Job Equality for women top Issue inc news Bureau Chapel Hill Job Equality for women pollution control and consumer Protection Are the chief off Campus concerns of most freshmen at Hie University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Their opinions Are part of the annual Survey of the nations College freshmen taken by the american Council on education and the University of California at los Angeles. About 80 per cent of Chapel Hills 3,000 freshmen participated in the Survey. Eighty two per cent said they chose Carolina because of its Good academic reputation. Nationally 62.7 per cent gave this reason for their College choices. Special education programs at Chapel Hill also were important to 32.6 per cent of the freshmen Here. As in past years this years freshmen rated themselves very High academically. Fifty per cent a 60 per cent of the women and 42.5 per cent of the men said they had an a average in High school. Nationally 30.6 per cent reported an a average. Politically freshmen at. Chapel Hill Are Only slightly More Liberal than freshmen across the country. Forty seven per cent of Chapel Hill students and 48 per cent of the nations students described themselves As other political categories with Chapel Hill listed first Are far left a 3.3 per cent and 2.0 per cent Liberal a 37.8 per cent and 35.8 per cent conservative a 11.7 per cent and 13.6 per cent and far right a .5 per cent and ,4.per cent. The Survey showed careers in the health professions Are the most popular. At Chapel Hill More than 15 per cent of a the students plan to get medical or dental degrees and 13.8 per cent plan other careers in the health Fields. Nationally 10.6 per cent Are aiming for medical or dental degrees and 9.2 per cent plan other health careers. At Chapel Hill the health Fields also rank first As probable undergraduate majors. Business ranks second. Nationally it is the reverse. Students also were asked to Check important reasons for choosing Long term careers. The top three among men and women at Carolina and nationally were intrinsic interest work ing with people and being helpful to others. The most important life goal for Chapel Hill men and women is to develop a philosophy of life. The women ranked helping oth. Ers in difficulty in second place and a becoming an authority in my Fields third. Bond issues will be discussed issues before the voters in the May 7 City and county Bond elections will be the subject of the Owca Public affairs forum at tuesday noon april 23, at the Owca at 212 Gatewood ave. Open to All interested citizens the forum will sponsor speakers on the different issues included in the City and county Bonds. For the City City manager Harold Cheek and members of his staff will cover needed improvements in the electric system the water system a new Public works facility and Street improvements. Assistant City manager Jim Pennington will discuss the mass transit proposal. Librarian Neal Austin will cover needed expansion of the present overcrowded Public Library building. The county Home Bond proposal to expand the evergreens nursing Home in Greensboro and build a new Home in High Point will be covered by Aaron Allred chairman of the Board of directors of evergreens. The need for a new High Point sheltered workshop which trains handicapped persons for jobs and a role in society will also be covered. Mrs. Clarence Herndon chairman of the y Public affairs committee will preside. A simple Buffet lunch can be had at the forum for a nominal charge. No reservations Are necessary. The program will begin at 12 men ranked a becoming an authority in my Fields second and helping others third. Both sexes ranked raising a family fourth of the 13 listed goals. More Carolina men than women Hope to influence political Structure 25.2 and .15.4 per cent but More women than men want to be Community leaders 40.3 and 33.7 per cent. In another opinion Section 93.5 per cent of the students at Carolina said they Felt women should get Job Equality. Pollution concern ranked second with 88.2 per cent of the students agreeing that the government is not controlling pollution. Eighty one per cent said the government is not protecting the consumer. Job Equality for women was also the top concern of the nation s freshmen with 93.9 per cent showing support. W w Sale of Quality Western so Carolina Georgia Virginia Maryland Tennessee and Alabama. It is designed to provide youth workers with ideas and resources that will enable them to work with teenagers effectively. Since the first convention in 1972, More than 700 leaders have come to High Point. A hundreds More Are expected a a announced coordinator Nido Qubein a for the upcoming conventions planned for november 1974 and May 1975.�?� a 1 ?4e is. X a it i a t a. Full Cut round Steak rib steaks pc Boneless steaks whole standing rib your Choice Pound la. 22-26-lb. Average la. Watch the hot so Lara it me to it Mph go Burn you or v warn to / Don t dishes Here setter High gloss varnish i in a a i i who i i in Lei he e a a a a a whole sirloin tips 9-11 la. Is average 119 i la. Fresh ground a lean ground a a beef 79,1 Chuck 9 91 Valleydale Franks 12-oz. Pkg. 59c Grade a Large Brown eggs 59oz Chiquita bananas i a a Rome 4 apples i la. Protects from heat cold moisture alcohol acids and Alkalis who not turn White crack Peel or Chip under extremes of beet cold moisture or dryness. 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