High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1976, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 27, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Deaf students study at Nacsa by Genie Carr Winston Salem Sentinel w i n s t 0 a Salem. Apr Chubby restless and radiating mischief. Rusty Garrison occupied the Middle of the Many windowed room and watched his teacher give him his assignment. Construction noises outside studio two in the Agnes de Mille theater at the . School of the arts reverberated through the room but it did t bother Rusty a concentration. He is one of five students from the . School for the deaf at Morganton who participated in a drama seminar at the arts school. The teacher Richard Kendall a member of the National theater of the deaf gave Rusty the assignment mime the deaf sign Quot Don t Rusty who has a habit of holding his Chin when he a thinking did that for a second or two then set himself for the exercise. His Mobile features assumed a look of absolute incredulity. He gathered his arms about himself and slowly unfolded them fingers spread we Ide. His face screwed up in rejection. His body folded in Dis school Board being sued by Council Charlotte a the Charlotte City Council voted monday night to sue the Charlotte and Mecklenburg county school Board. It s because of a mismanaged summer jobs program for poor youths in 1974 the c s. Labor department is asking the return of $300,000 for that year. Children who were not poor including those of Many school administrators were enrolled the department also asks return of almost $600,000 for other years. The City Council has decided to sue the school Board for 1974. Before the statute of limitations runs out pleasure he Shook his head from Side to Side slowly but firmly. When he finished you knew that whatever it was he did not want it. Lesley Hunt an actress and teacher in charge of the summer drama sessions at the arts school almost bounced off her chair in Delight a a of that a Good a a she said laughing Kendall got each of the four students present to act out one of the signs deaf persons use in communicating. The students were Tammy Linier and Debbie Harrell who will be High school seniors and Allen Matthews and Rusty who will be juniors Kendall who is deaf but Speaks clearly explained to several observers from the state department of Public instruction that the deaf signs Are Good for teaching acting Quot Many of our signs Are very closely entwined with emotions Quot he said Quot they come up from emotions. When we slow them Down we can see where they come from Quot Tammy Lanier slow mimed the sign for Quot please a a hand rotating Over the upper Chest she did it first in a begging Lone then changing to a Quot Happy please a Allen Matthews tried a bemused and Hurt Quot Why a his forehead furrowed and his right Arm slowly descended from his eyes to a stretched out position with his hand making the Quot shy Quot sign a Loose fist w Ith the Little Finger sticking out. Government gains state and local governments have been the biggest source of new jobs during the Early 1970s, the conference Board reports. Employment in this area Rose by about 2.5 million Between 1969 and 1975, out of a total increase of some 7 million even in 1975 a when Over All employment fell off a state and local governments added a half million to their work forces. Debbie Harrell did the sign for Quot finish a turning slowly and walking almost creeping away from her listeners. Exchanges Between the two schools began in 1973 when arts school students gave a workshop in performing and technical theater at the school for the deaf. Small contingents of students have been travelling Back and Forth Ever since. Quot this has been Good for me a said one state observer. Quot now i know How they must feel. I done to have any idea what they Are talking do it. Yourself Ltd in w in in a save rnoney1 a As Simp to us As a vacuum1 a gets dirt other methods Don t reach a i pet does Quick rent the us in Mitch carpet cleaner a a Rev it a cleaner world 2517 s. Main High Point . 883-9521 medical Art pharmacy 402 Randolph Street Thomasville no 476-4431 fantastic buys from Briley s summer appliance Sale philc0 13�?� color a portable a Auto. 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