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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaRabies clinics planned for Davidson county contest lawyers announce High Point Enterprise wednesday april 21, 1976 1ic ask Andy rabies clinics have been scheduled for the next our saturdays in Davidson county by the county health department. All dogs Over four months of age Are required by Law to be vaccinated. Any dog vaccinated in 1973 must be re vaccinated this year according to the Law. Clinics will be held Satur Day at Stewart s 3-Way grocery gum tree Road and Arcadia Nursery Arcadia 1-2 . West Lexington grocery it. 2, High Point and Midway school Midway . And Kern Street school Thomasville and freed Les grocery Reedy Creek 4-5 . On May 1, clinics will be held at Wallburg fire dept., Wallburg and Linwood school Linwood 1-2 . Ledford school it. 4, Thomasville and Churchland fire dept., Churchland . Motsinger grocery old Greensboro Road Thomasville and Tyro fire dept., Tyro 4-5 . Tva customers Bills to jump annually Knoxville Tenn. Residential customers of the Tennessee Valley authority will see their annual electric Bills jump to As a result of a . Supreme court pollution decision officials say. The court ruled monday that the Agency and private electric utilities must provide ground level air Quality Stan Dards at Power facilities. For Tva that Means scrubbers costing million each will have to be installed on smokestacks at its plants or the Agency will have to begin purchasing Low suffer Coal from the West instead of the Low Grade Coal now mined in the appalachians. Either Way the additional Cost to Consumers will be about million a year said Tva chairman Aubrey Wagner. He said the authority s own system for reducing suffer dioxide emissions would have Cost Consumers Only or More each year. Wagner made the comments monday As another Tva director said the Agency needs to take bold action to relieve the hostility that exists toward Bill Jenkins told the West Knoxville Sierra club that Tva should make Clear to the Public that it no longer will build big dams and that he d like to see property owners allowed jury trials in condemnation cases. Tva and several private utilities had fought the Environ mental Protection Agency s regulations on suffer dioxide emissions from Coal fired generating plants. And Fairgrove school it. 2, Thomasville . May 8 clinics Are scheduled for Pilot fire dept., it. 1, Thomasville and Southmont school Southmont 1-2 . Silver Valley school Silver Valley and South Lexington fire dept., it. 7, Lexington. . And Denton school Denton and Central fire dept. Old Highway 64 East 4-5 . Clinics set for May 15 in clude Hasty school it. 4, Thomasville David Townsend school Holly Grove and Holt school Lexington 1-2 . Pennington food Mart Johnson town Road Thomasville Reeds school Reeds and Pickett school Lexington and Liberty drive school Thomasville Welcome school Welcome and Davidson county health dept., Lexington 4-5 . The dog Warden will at tend each clinic. Unwanted dogs should be turned Over to him the health department reports. Dog owners not complying with the Law will be prosecuted they said. Randolph Board to discuss new budget Asheboro the ran Dolph county Board of education will meet in an executive session tonight at 7 . To discuss several personnel matters. The meeting will then open to the Public at 8 . When the new budget for 1976-77 school year Wil be considered. The Assn. Of trial lawyers of America recently announced the 1976 Merit awards Competition for newspapers magazines radio and television. Entries single or series must relate to some aspect of the u. S. Legal system and must have been published or broadcast Between Jan. 1 dec. 31, 1975. Entrants May compete on a National or regional basis. Regional divisions include the Eastern division com prised of Maine new Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut new York. New Jersey Maryland Delaware District of Columbia Penn Sylvania Virginia West Virginia Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Georgia and Florida. Michigan Wisconsin Illinois Ohio Indiana Ken Tucky Mississippi Alabama North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Iowa Kansas Missouri Minnesota Oklahoma Arkansas and Louisiana make up the Central division. The Western division is comprised of Montana Colorado Washington Idaho Oregon California Texas Nevada Utah Arizona new Mexico. Wyoming Alaska and Hawaii. The contest deadline is june 15. Winners will be announced at Atla s annual convention july 25-aug. 1 at Atlanta a. Entries should be mailed to Media contest coordinator. Communications dept., the Assn. Of trial lawyers of America. 20 Garden St., Cambridge mass. 02138. To ask a question of Andy address postal cards not Velleri to Aik Andy care of the High Point Enterprise. Be sure to include your name age name of your parents and address. Valuable prices Are Given to those whose Are selected for the column. Years later after precautions and monitoring the oysters Are opened and the cultured pearls Are extracted. They Are carefully careful washed polished and graded Post card with your name before being sent to the Market. Do you have a question to ask Andy Send it on a age and Complete address to ask Andy in care of this newspaper. Entries open to girls and boys 7 to 17. In service Andy sends a 7-volume set of the chronicles of narnia to Joan Lobiondo 12, of Ridley Park pa., for her question what is the difference Between a real and a cultured Pearl oysters produce both real pearls and cultured pearls those Lovely Lustrous gems that make such exquisite jewelry. Real pearls Are those that Are formed naturally while cultured pearls have a Little help from Man in developing. Mother nature forms a Pearl when a tiny Gram of Sand or other foreign matter enters the Oyster s House and can t get out the Oyster s sensitive body reacts by gradually covering the unwelcome visitor with layer upon layer of nacre a special Pearly substance used to line two shells. Usually three to seven years or More pass before the Pearl is ready to join a necklace cultured pearls Are real pearls but Are helped along by Man to do this Young oysters Are planted in carefully selected Oyster Beds after three years they Are moved to special laboratories where trained persons insert a tiny Pellet Between their shells four airman Tommy d. Payne son of mrs. Reba b. Penny of 300a w. Kearns ave., has completed air Force Basic training at Lackland fab Tex. Tommy Payne the airman is remaining at Lackland for specialized training in the Security police Field. He is a 1973 graduate of High Point Central High school. Marine Lance Cpl Michael b. Fink 19, whose wife Donna is the daughter of or. And mrs Donald l. Curry of Lexington has been promoted to his present rank while serv ing with the 2nd Marine division at the Marine corps base Camp Lejeune a 1974 graduate of West Davidson High school he joined the Marine corps in june 1975. Navy machinist s mate fireman Billy r. Greer 24, son of Everett j. Greer of Lexington recently returned to Pearl Harbor Hawaii from a six month deploy ment to the Western Pacific while serving aboard the Fleet Oiler Ponchatoula. A 1970 graduate of Lexington senior High school he joined the Navy in july 1973. Marine pvt. Kenneth f. Wood son of or. And mrs. Jerry r. Bristow of Trinity was graduated from recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot Parris Island . A former student at Trinity Junior High school he joined the marines in december 1975. Navy Seaman David c. Farlow son of or and mrs. John n Farlow of 401 Paul or was graduated from Basic electricity and electronics school at the naval training Center Orlando. Fla. A 1974 graduate of Allen Jay High school he joined the Navy in november 1975. Marine pvt. Terry b. Potts son of or. And mrs. Drew h. Potts of 1124 Richland St. Was graduated from recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot Parris Island . A former student at High Point Central High school he joined the marines in december 1975. Pvt Terry w. Mcdowell son of or. And mrs. Donald e. Akers. 1003 Lee St. Asheboro completed an eight week Telephone switchboard operator course on March 18 at the army signal school it Gordon a. The private is a 1974 graduate of Asheboro High school army spec. 4 Richard c. Campbell 20, son of mrs. Juanita Campbell of Denton recently participated in the army s training evaluation program at it. Campbell by. Campbell is a squad Leader in co. A 2nd battalion 327th infantry of the 101st airborne division he entered the army in october 1973 and completed Basic training at it Jackson . He is a 1973 graduate of Denton High school. Army chief warrant officer William r. Luther son of or. And mrs. C. Wayne Luther it. 5, Asheboro recently participated in the army s train ing evaluation program at it. Campbell by. Two Luther is a safety officer with Bat. A 377th Field artillery 101st airborne division he entered the army in 1968 and holds the Bronze Star medal and the air medal he is a 1965 graduate of Seagrove High school. His wife. Jane lives in Clarksville Tenn this week s Jackpot just Register in our Book 00 we accept Quantity rights reserved foods at discount food stamp Green Stamps coupons beef sirloin Tbone Steak m.59 mrsh Lberts Golden quarters Margarine 1.49. Baby Bee round Steak Chuck roast 59 q9 Stew i ground beef Stamps Stamps 100 free with a order 200 free exp. April 24, 1976 Check Here Check Here 11 we give Hunts peaches can War Randolph dog food 25 la bag ii 25 la. Bag old Virginia Martindale Sweet Arteel a a potatoes 39 Pillsbury extra Light biscuits. I and Dpi towels jumbo Rolls 39 my ux3 we give gallon Jug 1 yellow Cork 59 6 ears we give we fresh Crisp lettuce 29 head bread asserted one gallon m i i or we give of give Luz Pahhe Coffee we Scive one la. Bag we give Viva napkins we Scive 140 count 39 we give

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