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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Proposed program on Agenda Greensboro a proposed program of work for the coming fiscal year will be among the items brought before the Piedmont triad Council of governments at a tuesday meeting. The new years operations May include additional management assistance in order to help the Council of governments staff interpret water and sewer plans and other programs to member agencies according to Lindsy Cox executive director. Cox estimated that the operations portion of the 1972-1973 program of work will require a budget of approximately $190,000, compared to the $160,000 program now underway. A Large portion of the Cost of the Agency is paid through Federal funds from the department of housing and Urban development. In addition the Agency will continue handling special projects such As the Mobile information program f o r Mode cities areas just completed and will be working in the area of water and sewer improvements for the Region which includes la counties. Cox said. In other activities at the meeting planned for 12 15 . At the Albert pick Motel on 1-40 West of Greensboro Agency members will act on a new charter for the organization. Cox explained that the present charter is combined with by Laws and that the action will separate the charter from the by Laws without making a major change. Members will also consider a request by the City of it. Airy for membership. The request will have to be approved by member units before it is fully effective. Church visit planned chamber Day by a proposal for a special Day Tor visits by High Point area residents to various churches in the Community is expected to come before chamber of Commerce directors tuesday at their february meeting. The plan designed t o build greater religious tolerance. Will be presented by the religious affairs committee to directors meeting at 4 . At the chamber of Commerce building. In other activities Board members Are expected to hear a report that High Point is being listed in an Industrial tour guide Given visitors coming to the states Welcome centers for the first time. Officials said the tour guide will list Tours of Alderman a studios a by Board members Are also expected to consider the two Bond issues which will be voted on by High Point residents March 7. One of the issues provides $5 6 million for expansion of the electric system. And the other provides $350,000 for refurbishing of the Paramount theater for a convention Center. On Dean s list Lexington. A. David g Wall of High Point n. C. Is one of 225 cadets at the Virginia military Institute named to the Dean s list for the fall semester. A graduate of High Point Central High school. Cadet Wall is the son of or and mrs John Wall of 1008 Elk St. Served cafeteria style Ike inv. No waiting cafeteria Soith Iii or new president realtor de Mendenhall left High Point n. U., receives a Gavel symbolic of his installation As president of the american chapter International real estate federation an affiliate of the National Assn. Of real estate boards. Realtor Fred c. Tucker jr., Indianapolis president of Tareb makes the presentation. Series of lectures is planned for City Greensboro a series of Public lectures exploring the various problems posed by environmental destruction will be presented in High Point by faculty members at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The program is being presented by unc a through an Alliance with the North Carolina environmental education program and in cooperation with the Piedmont triad Council of governments and the Chambers o f april 17 this deadline for returns Greensboro since the Normal deadline for filing Federal tax returns Falls on saturday this year taxpayers Are not required to mail their returns until the following monday april 17, j. E. Wail District director said today. Returns postmarked before Midnight april 17. Will be accepted As on time he said Wall emphasized however that taxpayers who wait until the last minute to file make Many More errors than those who file Early and can take More time to look for possible errors or omissions. Wall noted the most common errors Are use of wrong tax table or rate schedule to compute tax. Failure to sign returns errors in arithmetic and fair ure to attach required forms and schedules to the return. Last year North Carolina taxpayers made Over 80.000 errors in preparing their returns. Commerce in Ore Enebo o and High Point. Lectures also will be Given in Greensboro and Rockingham county. Or. Gaylord Hageseth. Associate professor of physics at unc a. Who is directing the program said the lecture series is designed to a help acquaint the people of he Piedmont triad area with some of the environmental problems we he added that each program will be related As much As possible to the problems of the triad. Speakers will discuss Basic ecology the various forms of pollution population growth land use problems t h e economics of ecology and related topics he said. This program is an attempt by unc a to reach out to the people of Guilford Arni Rockingham counties with expertise on these current problems. A i done to think the University has extended itself in quite this Way previously. We usually Tell people to come to us but this time we re saying Well go to the a High Point the lectures will be Given in the conference room of the High Point chamber of Commerce at 704 n. Main Street. Lectures scheduled for High Point Are feb 22. A environmental health a Paradox of by or Marian solider professor of health. Physical education and recreation feb. 29. A air pollution and textiles a a by or Victor Salvin professor in the school of Home economics March 7, a population problems and by or. Gordon Bennett assistant professor of geography and March 14. A the Piedmont disbursed City a by Charles Hayes lecturer in geography. Harold and Maude Shaw 7 00 9 00 la Tuss tis info Ich j Cine theatre loft Shopp no Center 7700 wettest p. 855 447�?T my bet or Ruer pm in tune a a Only my mums today 7 30 services expected to improve Greensboro mental health services throughout Guilford county Are expected to improve in the Wake of release of Federal funds for a $1.4 million program. The improvement will follow release of $550,336 by the u. S. Department of health education and welfare for the program which is expected to include inpatient services at a 22-bed psychiatric unit at the l. Richardson memorial Hospital Here. The Money which will also include state and local funds will also be used to improve services to the poor and to strengthen treatment of alcoholic and drug problems in the county. Commenting on the release announced during the weekend or. Richard Kelly chairman of the Guilford county mental health advisory Board said a now that we be got the Money we can go out and recruit staff and get things Donald Fontana mental health director for the county estimated it will take about a year to implement the programs included in the proposal. The new program has been in the planning stages for about two years. It was approved by the health education and welfare department in april hut release of funds had been held up. Release of the Federal funds was announced during the weekend by the office of u. S. Sen. B. Everett Jordan. Planning Calls for renovation of an area of l. Richardson memorial Hospital and officials said this work is expected to take about 60 to 90 Days. Staff recruitment May take longer officials said. This unit is expected to provide a facility for Short term. Acute treatment for the mentally ill and for alcoholics and for drug abusers. Officials said that b y focusing treatment at the Hospital Here. The county can reduce the number of persons it sends to the John Umstead Hospital the state s regional facility at Butner. The unit at the local Hospital will also eliminate the need to House mental patients and alcoholics temporarily a t evergreens nursing Home. Other funds will he used for outpatient services for children adolescents drug abusers alcoholics and residents of the High Point Model cities area. Static electricity causes Blaze firemen were called to High Point product corp on Prospect Extension shortly before ram. Today to extinguish a Blaze. Investigators said that Static electricity had caused flammable glue used to laminate foam rubber to ignite. One employee was taken to High Point memorial Hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation but his condition was not believed to be serious. There Vas some fire damage to the machine used to spread the glue. Water damage caused by automatic sprinklers also was reported. Also m a Motel confidential today 9.00 i the Baru dinner theatre with Mew Tork cast in the a magic stage1 now playing a forty carats late Broadway comedy tues. A Fri. Delicious soft ice Cream 1412 n. Main St. New from zest special 9 . Toll . Egg Sandwich 35 Bacon amp egg Sandwich Ham amp egg Sandwich $0c 70country Ham biscuits sausage amp egg Sandwich 30 2 for 45 sausage biscuits 25 2 for 45 60< Call 882-1223 for take out orders of special tuesday Only 2.roasted Chicken dinners s1.89 Complete with French Fries or potato salad Cole Slaw and Rolls High Point Enterprise monday february 14, 1972 7b combines religion psychology californian leads double life As minister doctor new Eagle Terry Malpass 16, son of or. And mrs. Jimmy Mal pass of 215 e. Parkway recently was awarded his Eagle scout badge. A Junior at Andrews High school Terry is a member of troop 6 sponsored by 7reen Street Baptist Church Dill arrests by patrol show Rise Raleigh a the number of Drunken driving arrests by the state Highway patrol in 1971 increased by 166 per cent Over the previous year according to figures released this week by the dept of motor vehicles. The figures compiled by the departments Driver e d a cation and Accident records division show 41.336 arrests for driving under the influence during 1971, compared to 32.419 in 1970. Disposition of driving under the influence cd a ses showed a 27.5 per cent increase a 27.464 As compared to 21.532 in 1970. On a percentage basis those charged with the offence and those found guilty was the same for both years a 66.4 per cent. Peruf it is charged with driving under the influence but who wore u Tima iely tried on lesser charges numbered 7.2 h during 1971 As compared to 6.237 for the previous year. While the number increased. There was actually a percentage decrease during the past year. Based on the number of individuals arrested on the charge the percentage tried on lesser charges dropped from 19 2 in 1970 to 17.4 in 1971. A total of 14 3 per cent were by Bill Stockton a science writer Burbank Calif. A each sunday a Young Man with a full red Beard dons Black ecclesiastical Robes and helps Lead the congregation in worship his occasional sermons filled with a message of love and acceptance. Then As the rest of the week he a the Rev. Jack Wright 35, the full time associate Minster at Burbanks first United methodist Church a sprawling Mission style red Brick building whose Bell towers electronic Chimes Mark each hour. On tuesday his Day off. He dives the family s aging Green Mustang to Miles Over the Hills to Sierra Madre another los Angeles suburb and becomes or Jack Wright. A casually dressed f e e charging clinical psychologist with a Stream of patients whose lives Are in crisis. Jack Wright is an unusual methodist minister t h e product of a unique program at Fuller theological Seminary in nearby Pasadena. He a a Pioneer on a Frontier were religion and psychology Are being me cd in Hopes some of the churches problems and Thoye of its members can be solved. Begun in 1965, the Fuller program blends a rigorous six years of study in psychology and divinity to produce pm i. Clinical psychologists. Seminary officials say it is the Only such graduate psychology program in the country. A we think this program is an attempt to tie psychology in a very technical and deep Way into the common life of the congregation of the local Church a Fuller president David Hubbard a scholar of either n it prosecuted or found not guilty in 1970. This compares to 16.1 per cent in 1971. Tile department has no Way of knowing How Many arrests for Drunken driving were made by local police agencies. The old testament said in an interview. As associate minister of the i,500 in Ember Burbank Church. Wright gets to preach the Sermon every sixth sunday. He said his sermons Are about the Bible using psychology to help understand present times. A i preach to them about love and acceptance and confrontation with themselves Over lost he said. He uses his psychology daily in administering the churches education program and has often found it helpful in pastoral counselling situations. But being a minister and a psychologist has its problems. He sometimes feels Church members with problems worry they Are talking to a the local shrink Quot instead of their minister. A i have a feeling some Are a Little suspicious of my doctorate in psychology a a he said a the Beard does no to help of a Center o Hocking Chaim j i Atu How Many Tim Hava you Man it Tom Laughlin Billy Jack 6p 1-3-5-7-9 i a 1 melt i a i with urn in i mat and i a Critter from Joel Chandler main a Tate Hall is Novi song South to him oc55 4mmmn a a a it a r a of in. Time 5 04 a 6 a. 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