High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 20 1972, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ragsdale student wins scholarship Greensboro Ginger Loraine Marr of High Point is one of four winners of the 1972 Spencer love scholarships in the Fine arts at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The daughter of or. And mrs. Hugh William Marr jr., of 1827 Cedrow or. In High Point she will major in music at unc a. The Spencer love scholarships in the Fine arts have been awarded annually since 1964 to four students entering the University who will major in Art drama or music. The scholarships which Are renewable for four years Are Worth $500 annually. Miss Marr was one of 22 High school seniors from four states who competed for the scholarships in auditions held on Campus feb. 12. The applicants were evaluated during these competitive auditions to determine their potential in their special Field. The final decisions were made by the faculty committees conducting the auditions and the six member Spencer love scholarship committee chaired by or. Lawrence Hart Dean of the unc a music school. Ginger Marr the scholarships were established by the Martha and Spencer love foundation As a tribute to the late j. Spencer love and his lifelong concern for Young people. Love was the founder president and chairman of the Board of Burlington industries. Miss Marr. A percussionist and a senior at Ragsdale senior High school has been a member of the North Carolina governors school North Carolina All state band William and Mary summer band school the Greensboro youth orchestra and school musical organizations. Sales tax disbursal announced Raleigh High Points share of the sales and use tax for the Quarter ending in december was $196,057.40, state Revenue dept officials announced wednesday. The distribution was the first for a full Quarter from the tax enacted by the Board of county commissioners during the summer of 1971. Earlier the City had received $51,860.96 As its share from distribution of funds collected during the first month the tax was in Force. The total the City has received from the first four months of operation of the tax is $247,918.36. The Money is collected by the state and then distributed to the county and various municipalities. In All the Revenue dept said the county and the cities received a total of $1,546,104 from the Quarter ending dec. 31 As a result of income from the sales tax. Actual collections amounted to $1,562,274. Hut the state took out $16,169 to pay costs of collection. Allocations included $895.-299.31 to Guilford county $446,885.18 to Greensboro $4,-022 to the town of Jamestown $189.20 to the town of Guilford College and $2,650 to the town of Gibsonville. The tax represents an additional one cent Levy on purchases made in Guilford county above the three cents which goes to the state. High Point Enterprise sunday february 20, 1972 7a East asian specialist speaker Lars h. Hydle a specialist on East asian and Pacific affairs with the u. S. State department will address a High Point audience wednesday. The event is the annual International luncheon of the High Point Section of the National Council of jewish women to which the Public is invited on a registration basis. Hydle who is presently assigned to the state departments Viet n a in working group is expected to speak on this nation s relations a a a asian sex part with China and their effect on the Viet Nam situation. Following Brief flings As a newspaper reporter and writer announcer for the voice of America Hydle was appointed to the u. S. Foreign service in 1965. He served in the u. S. Embassy in Saigon for 19 months returned to the u. S. For language training and spent another year As political advisor to the director of the pacification program in the Saigon area. For another six months he was vice Consul at Danang. Arrangements to attend wednesday s luncheon can be made by calling 886-4555 or 885-4697. It will be held at the by Nai Israel synagogue. Side by Sida Only 30vt wide no defrosting Ever bake Barbecue Broil Grill. Now oven cleaning is twice As easy master oven cleans itself and removable panels shelves front upper oven americana 19 cd. It. No Frost refrigerator Freezer adjustable shelves Rolls out on wheels automatic ice maker available optional at extra Cost also available in 21.4 and 23.7 cd. It. Sizes Model tff-19dl Check our prices before you buy Range with p-7 sek cleaning master oven a automatic rotisserie electric meat thermometer. A Teflon coated Grille Sensi temp automatic surface unit. A automatic oven timer clock minute timer times both ovens. Check our prices before you buy Model j 797 h0lt0n-h0dgin furniture company Jamestown n. C. In the heart of Jamestown phone 454-1429 no Rural land use is projected by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro the Community must decide How undeveloped land beyond City and town limits throughout Guilford county is going to be used Over the approaching years. Farm Extension chairman John Crawford said in introducing a five year a Impact �?T76�?� program. Crawford said that Many people now consider agricultural land simply As Quot a Reservoir to be used when it is feasible to sell f o r commercial residential or Industrial development. Commercial farms Are often considered a in the Way of this Type of development he said. It will be up to the local Community Crawford said to a decide if commercial farm land can be a part of the open space most people Crawford said the Community faces a Challenge Over the next five years to help Farmers make Thor operations a a compatible with industries residences shopping centers and other developments. Calvin Rice executive vice president of the High Point chamber of Commerce and chairman of the Guilford county i farm advisory Board presided at the session which Drew advisory Board members and county officials and residents to the county a agriculture centers. The 22-member advisory Board includes mrs. J. M. Booker a High Point area resident. The entire Effort. Crawford explained will not be a an Extension program but a Peoples he said the Extension service plans to cooperate with other agencies in areas where it lacks resources. The whole Effort h e explained is to help people use limited resources in order to a maximize profits so that they will have a better life. Plans Call for the Extension service to work with people to help them identify problems and needs and to help focus the resources of North Carolina state University on problem areas. Findings listed in a Booklet which resulted from efforts by 200 residents involved in study groups in this county were used by the state together with similar studies by groups in the 99 other counties to formulate a state wide five year a Impact �?T76�?� program. The program accents five major areas agricultural production family living 4-h and youth Community resource development and Quality of environment. Crawford pointed out that about 60 per cent of the county a space or 250.000 acres is still in farms which produce revenues of Between $19 and $20 million a year. Farm residents number 16, Khz including about 5.000 who work More than too Days off the farm. The Cost of land which ranges Between $1,000 and $5,000 an acre makes it virtually impossible from an economic Point of View to Purchase land and make enough by farming to justify the investment Caldwell said. He added that Many property owners who themselves Lack farming knowledge a n d equipment Are expected to lease their holdings to others while awaiting investment opportunities. Crawford said recreational enterprises Are expected to put pressure on the county a land resources. The Impact now includes numerous Golf courses As Well As horse farms. The county now has an estimated 4.000 horses mostly for Riding. The braided Rug Story by a. Leon Capel the first rugs used by the Early settlers to cover the cracks in their log Cabins were Bear and Deer skins. But then As now the women wanted to brighten up their Homes. So they began to Plait strips of coloured cloth of anything on hand to take the place of the skins. Thus the first Rug. Or. 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