High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 12 1972, Page 14

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, High Point, North Carolina African officials to speak at education Institute High Point Enterprise wednesday july 12, 1972 a a Greensboro the u. S. Ambassador from Zaire the nation which was formerly known As the Congo is among the eight diplomatic officials from african countries who will address an Institute at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro july 17-28. The ambassador 11 e k a Oboyo will appear before sessions of the Institute on july 27. He and other featured speakers All of whom hold posts in their countries embassies in Washington will discuss the geographical social historical political economic and religious forces and the educational systems of their respective nations. The Institute which is sponsored by the unc a school of education is on a education in in addition to the speakers it will also feature discussions and films. The program offers two semester hours of credit toward teacher re certification. Or. C. L. Sharma unc a professor of education who is director of the Institute will discuss two african nations which will have no representatives on the program. They Are Mali and South Africa. The institutes sessions will focus on a different country top values in food include fresh produce Raleigh a ifs beginning to look a lot like summer with the excellent supplies of Spring and summer fruits and vegetables hitting the Market. Right now Small and Large watermelons Are reasonable in Price As Are strawberries and blueberries. Cantaloupes will stay relatively High in Price until local offerings come to Market adds mrs. Ruby Uzzle. Extension consumer marketing economist North Carolina state University. Best vegetable values Money Wise Are cabbage dry onions potatoes yellow Crook neck and Zucchini Squash and snap Beans. Peppers lettuce tomatoes asparagus and Lima Beans Are moderately priced. Meats Are the most expensive expenditure taking from a to is of the average Money spent for weekly foods. Best values Are those items a a featured a by your favorite Market. Beef items often featured at this time of year Are shoulder Chuck and Boston roasts. Pork values include a family pack a chops in three and four Pound packages. Smoked picnic shoulders and rib roasts Are other possible choices. Each Day. The schedule of speakers follows july 17, Ethiopia Berhanu Dinka first Secretary of the ethiopian embassy july 18, Mali or. Sharma july 19, Kenya j. K. Kioko third Secretary of the kenyan embassy july 20, Ghana a. Korsah Dick first Secretary of Ghana a embassy and july 21, Mauritania my Bareck Ould Bouna Moktar first Counselor for cultural affairs at the mauritanian embassy. July 24, Nigeria c. E. Feetie of the nigerian embassy july 25, South Africa or. Sharma july 26, Tanzania a. D. Odachi charge do affaires in the tanzanian embassy july 27, Zaire ambassador Oboyo and july 28, Zambia Joshua sly Olwe Deputy chief of Mission at the zambian embassy. Sessions of the Institute will meet in Claxton room of Elliott Hall beginning at 9 a. In. Daily. A mini Quot uniforms for Boot giant to Woi Trotton look Imort in a a Whit Swon Quot uniform. Six a thru 20. Sheraton uniform shop 31s n. Main St. For Park ii shop summer clearance a dresses a hot pants a sweaters a swim suits a Pant suits a sportswear a rain Coats petites juniors misses off downtown and Westchester mall All Bank cards honoured rum. I est Chester mall a wry my War ii Iii stores guaranteed satisfaction fashions at fantastic Samos ladies Cool a colourful a dusters a shifts. Gowns or Jamaica Stile \ pyjamas / priced to Clear % 7 a1 v n a a special group your Choice ladies amp teens summer shoes a Flats and Heel a All Spring amp summer St Lesi each i i lad Iesu colourful Jamacia and hot pants 7 fancy and solid colors sizes 8 18 32 38 ladies # ill Cool amp care free Nylon knit Shell \ assorted styles col or so j / sizes / so a menus permanent press Woven amp print shirts regular $2.99 top in and Shion stripes a rents. Styles solids. Long Point collars each girls flare leg summer Slacks a permanent press p a Spring a summer pastels a solids prints stripes regular $2.00 menus bold amp fancy jeans Reg. Up to $2.99 each flare and straight legs sizes 28 38 permanent press girls stretch Nylon shorts and tops \ solid color shorts striped or solid tops sizes 3-14 now pair Reg. $2.99 now m.88 boys up i of. Denim Western jeans sizes 6-16 v pair values to $8.95 your q Choice mix Mem or match a Fin each i j while they last i r pair i of. Bottle \ si.80 valor sea amp ski bed suntan motion Broil pillows your Che my $100 to too in honeycomb lamp it decor Mok # colors a our Reg. $1.27 4 a Stokes guaranteed satisfaction open 9 til 9 a Eastgate shopping Center 9 til 9 a food town shopping Center to til 8 a Zaire shopping Center it Row a to own Ona. Law o.i1w, Tish a j 7 i la

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