High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 29 1976, Page 20

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 29, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Iwo High Point Enterprise thursday april 29, 1976 More understanding needed from Page 68 pangs of conscience at their own survival. A the operational implications Are Clear. Give the kids love but do not smother them with it. Temper it with understanding. Quot at ahava we children had the advantage of togetherness i am certain that if i had been separated from the rest placed with a Foster family i should have looked upon myself As an outsider something of an outcast. But in our group we were All in the same boat. After a while our condition came to seem so proper that one Day at school a i attended an Ordinary school in town a when the teacher ordered a mischievous boy to get out and not come Back without his Mother it struck me As very Odd most improper that he should have a Mother at the teachers Beck and Call Quot i am not suggesting that the children from Vietnam and Cambodia be put into institutions. Orphanages in the United states being what they Are a like reformatories but i would recommend that say seven or eight orphans be placed with Foster families in one neighbourhood so they can form a group each member seeing himself mirrored As it were in the others recalling the past and facing the present and future with a sense of togetherness Quot the new american personality they Are building up for themselves will be All the sounder if their initial selves Are recognized respected and allowed to proceed gradually without any forcing Quot if at All possible each group should include a boy or girl who is older than the rest and can fill the role of the House father or House Mother such As we had at ahava. Quot the orphans should be kept Busy extremely Busy. At ahava we never had an Idle moment from morning to night. All manner of chores and responsibilities were shared out among us. Evenings were Given to cultural activities. Stories were read out or and ribbed before lights out. On holidays we had strenuous outings we put on plays Quot to Cap it All a Strong sense of Mission of involvement in a great cause was instilled into us its substance was Peculiar to Israel a zionism rehabilitation of the jewish people reclamation of the desolate land. Children All children whether disadvantaged or not fare better with a wholesome ideological purpose in their spiritual perhaps the purpose should be to put an end to one of the worlds oldest industries which is the mass production of War orphans child victims of their elders strife q. Why Are the new leaves of my Azalea and camellia swollen and Fleshy cw., Charlotte a. Because of a fungus disease called Leaf Gall it is More alarming than damaging. Pick off the swollen leaves and destroy them promptly. In k. Jones Extension Plant pathologist q what is a Vine peach g b. Wingate Leaf Gall is a fungus a. It is one of the cucurbits that grows and looks like a round Cucumber. The fruit is Whitefish Green. About the size pm shape of a Small peach and it tastes like a mild Cucumber. When it matures the skin turns a yellow Orange color. It is occasionally used for pickling and tastes like a Cucumber when pickled Albert a. Banadyga Extension Horticulturist q. How should i go about planting caladium in order to have a mass of colourful foliage this summer we Don t want to bother with sprouting tubers indoors. Es., Dudley a. Plant caladium tubers out of doors after night temperatures Are 65 degrees or above. Select a partially shaded location with Rich Well drained soil containing a Good amount of humus. Caladium Are heavy feeders and need Fertile soil. Major enemies of caladium Are too Strong Sun Light cold weather hard winds beating Rains and too much water Henry j. Smith Extension landscape Horticulturist is fishing a Little bit More than you can handle let coastal seafood Market solve your fishing worries. We carry a Complete line of fresh fish oysters and shrimp arriving daily from the coast. Coastal seafood Market 800 Greensboro re. 886-4572 27 great savings to you direct from our own factory save plenty on these items below amp More throughout our store bedspreads twins. From 7.95 fulls from 8.95 Queens. From 10.95 Kings. From 12.95 bed pillows fulls 2.69 Queens 3.69 kings4.69 comforters twins. 7.95 fulls.8.95 Kings.1 1.95 mattress pads twins. 4.95 fulls .6.95 Queens 8.95 Kings .10.95 As Cheste West Lexington a. A. Outdoor sleeping bags Reg �?~7 95 now $5.95 Queen amp King sheets $6.95 amp $7.95 bargain rack spreads quilts Odds amp ends Price As marked All roads still Lead to open weave drapes $5.20 t canopy sets twin full 13.90 17.90 Standard Pillow cases 3.95 Granny quilts Reg. L7 95 now $5.95 Vinyl place Mats 4/ror 6/250 $2.50 Raggedy Ann spreads twins full 11.95 13.95 drapes to March a Puiesi Chestr in mini u foam lined drapes Pinch pleated shears $2.29 $5.49 up snoopy spreads amp drapes $7.95 up $6.95 fro English just follow the signs open monday thru saturday Many More unadvertised specials new shipments arriving weekly heritage quilts factory outlet store phone 292-7505 to a m. 9 30 . Bank americano i form it it Sony we do not accept checks 1906 s. Chapman St. Coliseum shopping Center Greensboro open 10 30 to 5 30 monday thru saturday is Market samples san a i v. Iolo ii a i o a Wall clocks we represent Herschede Howard Miller Ridgeway new England 0 off on All Sample clocks a ii j off on mantel clocks set a a Roll Howard Miller l All samples lamps. Pictures. And accessories includes Bijan Scenic Metal Art sculpture for Wall and table. Grandfather Sou to Al Etc. Clocks. Etc Mvi j no. 1200 Bellini Herschede Hall clock co. 2301 South main Street High Point . Phone 885-9222 or 885-0418 open Mon. Sat. 9 00 5.30 Fri. Till 9 00

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