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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 5, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 12c High Point Enterprise thursday August 5, 1976 furniture sales climb in South a Howard Regan leaders selected Charles Maultsby Charles Maultsby and Howard Regan have both accepted positions As Section workers in this year s United Way Campaign the pair will serve in the manufacturing employees Section headed by Jim Miller Maultsby is assistant treasurer comptroller of the Lilly company while it an is production coordinator Southern film extruder chairmen for Randolph August pageant named Asheboro a in keeping with the pageant theme of a Asheboro then and no the Asheboro Jaycees have named two honorary chairmen for this year s pageant which will be held aug 14 at 8 . In the Asheboro High school auditorium. Mrs Cleveland Thayer of Asheboro will represent the a then Quot and 12-year-old Lyndon Myers also of Asheboro will be Asheboro now. Mrs Tahyer has lived in Asheboro since 1925 and was cited for her Many Volunteer efforts with organizations such As the american red Cross the Gray ladies and the rotary crippled children s clinic Myers is the son of John and Patricia Myers of Asheboro and has been Active in a number of activities even though he is suffering from muscular dystrophy he recently won the sportsmanship award Given by the Jaycee Little league team which he serves As Bat boy. Sales by furniture factories across the South during May climbed 39.7 per cent Over the level posted for the same month in 1975. According to a report prepared by the Southern furniture manufacturers association Soma. The Soma study also showed sales during the first five months of the year were Well ahead of the level for the same time for 1975 and that sales during May were somewhat ahead of those infection takes lives at Hospital Charlotte a two former open heart surgery patients have died reportedly from complications probably caused by bacterial infections they contracted at Charlotte memorial Hospital they were among 18 open heart or breastbone wound patients who developed the infection earlier this year. The Hospital has not been Able to determine How they became infected open heart surgery was discontinued for a few Days while the search was on it is Back on schedule and no new cases of infection have been reported in patients since May i. The Charlotte observer. Which published the account today says another of the 18 patients died of complications not related to the infection. Adolescent conditions described As deplorable by Bill Noblitt second of two articles Raleigh a in response to continued pressures from a Host of interested people Over the years the general Assembly created the legislative commission on children with special needs special needs a As generally understood a were departures from the Norm Quot things like mental retardation learning disabilities. Physical handicaps mental or emotional problems. Hut the deeper that legislative commission goes. Into its Field of study the More Complex the situation becomes when the North Carolina task Force on Early adolescence made a recent presentation some members were moved to seriously suggest a name change. Rather than the commis Sion on children with special a needs it was suggested it j should become the commis a Sion on the special needs of children. Duke University psychiatrist bal Harris led the presentation by the adolescence task Force generally describing conditions for the to to 15-year-Olds As deplorable and not getting much better and especially denouncing the unavailability of information about this age group an Alliance was formed to produce More information and proposed legislation there Are some 640.000 children in the Early adolescent years who vary enormously from one another in physical mental and social development about one third of them go through adolescence Quot rather serenely in continuous but for 70 per cent the Early teen years Are filled with either tumultuous growth frequent and intense difficulties. Or suggest growth a occasional difficulties or Harris finds. Most adults worry about the normalcy of the children and that further frustrates the child s Effort to grow out of the Stormy period the children too. Generally worry about their own normalcy. The task Force on Early adolescence was created by concerned individuals who a re involved in preparation of a report to be published nationally this fall jointly by the learning Institute of North Carolina and the Ford foundation the task Force report touched upon Many of the problem areas health a drug and alcohol abuse unwanted pregnancies venereal diseases and diet problems Peak yet the state has Only six adolescent paediatricians and no Hospital residency in adolescent Medicine mental health last year 18 adolescents in this state committed suicide and 1,800 attempted to take their own lives runaways Are growing alarmingly As Are other indicators yet there is a critical Lack of mental health services juvenile Justice figures show arrests of juveniles for violent crimes increased 2j6 per cent Between 1960 and 1970 yet the state moves slowly in provi Ding group Homes counselling other aids leading the task Force to Quot suspect that Many adolescents Are experiencing a social injustice that propels them towards delinquency a schools a Junior highs Are mostly Quot a watered Down High school organization and curriculum with few specialists and most teachers just waiting on a vacancy to move to a High school they get last Choice in facilities have the highest teacher Pupil ration have the least supportive personnel and Little special training for teachers. Social girl scouts. Boy scouts girls clubs campfire girls Myca Owca report enrolment drops clinches report drop outs schools lose the children intent on physically dropping out at age 16 Quot the Only Bright Star is the 4-h clubs in North Carolinas where membership is growing Rev. Albert Perry newly elected pastor of Leviner memorial Church of the living god 206 Fisher ave., High Point . Invites you to a sunday school. 9 45 worship service. 11 00 evening service. 7 00 wed. Night prayer meeting. 7 00 thurs. Night youth service. 7 of Rev. Perry Homecoming a August 8 lunch will be served at 1 00 and singing will begin at 2.00 with the Yadkin Valley quartet. Everyone is Welcome her a Baylor Pendant watch made even More Beautiful by a 17-jewel movement $49.95 7 convenient ways to bus Zales the Diamond store Westchester mall illustration anal Gao listed for april of this year backlogs reported at the end of May were 74 8 per cent above the level of backlogs at the end of May 1975, and the May backlogs were 8.5 per cent ahead of those listed for april. The Cas goods segment of the Industry producers of tables bureaus mirrors Etc showed important increases in sales shipments production and payrolls Over the level for May of last year and for the first five months of 1976 Over the same time for 1975. The upholstery segment of the Industry also reported increases in these major elements although the rate of increase was not As Sharp As that for the Cas goods portion. The Soma study showed shipments in May were 28.5 per cent ahead of those for the same month last year the May shipments were 3 7 per cent ahead of those for april and shipments Over the first five months were 30 3 per cent higher than for the same time the year before. Production in member plants climbed by 29 4 per cent from May of last year to May of 1976 and May production was 5 8 per cent higher than that for april. Over the first five months the level of production was 36 9 per cent High than for the same time last year payrolls for May were 23 4 per cent higher than for May. 1975, while May payrolls shrank slightly by l l per Centi from the level of april. Payrolls for the first five months were 35.6 per cent ahead of the level for the same tune last year 66.7% of the Bills which sen. Sebo sponsored passed paid for in for . j in my in the Cas goods segment sales in May were 44.7 per cent ahead of the same time last year and backlogs were 78.5 per cent higher than a year ago. Shipments in May were 34.3 per cent ahead of a year ago and production was up by 32.1 per cent while payrolls increased by 27.3 per cent. For the first five months of the year sales were up by 57.2 per cent and shipments had increased by 32.3 per cent Over the same time last year. Production in that time increased by 38 2 per cent and payrolls climbed by 38.8 per cent. Comparing May with april the study showed sales up by 16.6 per cent and shipments up by 3 4 per cent and backlogs up by 8.6 per cent. Production increased by 4.7 per cent and payrolls climbed by 0.5 per cent the upholstery segment showed sales climbed by 14.6 per cent from May of last year to May. 1976. Backlogs increased by 38.4 per cent. The Soma report showed shipments in May were 8.3 per cent ahead of last year while production was up by 5.1 per cent and payrolls were up by 11.3 per cent. Comparing the first five months of this year with the same time last year the report showed sales were up by 23.3 per cent and shipments were up by 23.1 per cent. Production had climbed by 26 4 per cent and payrolls were up by 22 5 per cent in the month from april to May sales climbed by 28.2 per cent and shipments were up by 4 6 per cent while backlogs increased by 9.4 per cent. Production in May was 2.7 per cent ahead of april while payrolls dropped by 1.9 per cent. Frank Redding Republican = for one of two Randolph seats . House of representatives vote aug. 17 f7j06 Paul by w Frank Redding Iii bound up Days to or to sets Krey is having Olor to round us great Trade in a d color to s a a it a and save during id Kuy color Trade in de Kelly s Agi of your to a its value less than 5 yrs. 5-7 yrs. 8-10 yrs. 10-12 yrs. Over 13 yrs. Up to up to up to up to up to s200 $150 $125 is of s75 Trade in Trade in Trade in Trade in Trade in Zenith 19�?� diag. Portable color to. 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