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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 14, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Election a to your Good health i d half n i a vol it cd i ii s la Kal Iii phia Al thins in George i. Thosteson m ii. In a or Thosteson i Don i a now if you have commented n precautions for foreign Ravel suddenly this sommes important to us Era use our son it 22� is going a spend nine months in saudi Rabia at one of the universities any material we have gathered has been gloomy we hear. A Don t drink the water. Don t eat fresh fruits r vegetables Quot Etc the temperature gets up Over 120 legatees in the Shade we Are old one has to drink water so hat does one do also is in re anything to make the Leat More bearable which lots do you recommend a e Haven t been Able to leak with a returnee yet perhaps Vou can help or. My mrs c s what you hear about foreign travel precautions is fundamentally Correct Waler and food can carry he virus of hepatitis and the f Community betterment High Point Enterprise wednesday. July 14. 1976 3d Philip Gibson will serve germs let i it i tit and other a ii Fennal infections yellow fever Cochin Ilion May be required. Depending on the area to be visited cholera and smallpox vaccination May also tie required it is difficult to be More specific about the actual immunization requirements for various countries because they Are always changing the nearest Public health service Agency will have up to Date regulations a City Large enough to include a University should have treated water saudi Arabia is. After All one of the Oil Rich nations. He should Check with the in s embassy when tie arrives they can make specific recommendations lie should be sure drinking water is treated or treat it himself either by boiling for 20 minutes or by use of chlorine tablets be sure the purifying tablets contain chlorine those that contain iodine but no chlorine Are not entirely effective. He would probably be concerned in cities More with food than with water especially uncooked foods and raw fruits and vegetables it can get pretty hot but a peace corps returnee informs me that it is a dry heat and not As uncomfortable As the thermometer might indicate in dry heat moisture forms on the skin and is readily evaporated creating a Cooling effect however this in turn requires the drinking of a lot of water in Short i think his main problems will be in travelling outside of Urban areas where water might not be treated and trolls and vegetables possibly contaminated Ile should also be sure his tetanus Protection is up to Date other than this i suggest he Contact an office of either the peace corps or Vista he can get a lot of Good firsthand information about what to expect and what precautions to take dear or Thosteson can oranges cause damage to the kidneys or bladder0 i know they Are Good Tor me. But i Ain in the habit of eating two every night does it matter when they Are eaten Quot a i thought maybe by eating them at night it might be bad because of sleeping for about eight hours a mrs r c. No harm it does t matter when you eat them unless you re allergic to them in that Case any time is bad in rare cases a sensitivity to Citrus fruits can cause bladder symptoms dear or Thosteson i have pernicious anaemia i have Learned to give myself shots of Vitamin b 12. Which i inject every three weeks is it advisable also to take Iron capsules and folic acid while doing this a mrs is m it s not necessary with pernicious anaemia All you need is the b-12 injections. Pernicious anaemia is featured by the Lack of hydrochloric acid in the stomach this specifically prevents Normal absorption of natural b-12 from your food. The body needs the b-12 to form red blood cells of it can t receive it through food. It must get it by injection this is not the problem in other terms of anaemia where the cause is some Subtle loss of blood As from excessive menstruation or other bleeding both Iron and folic acid a form of the b Vitamin i help replenish the lost red botnet cells in pernicious anaemia if the b-12 injections Are doing the Job there s no need for extra Iron or folic acid Are you bothered with ringing in the ears0 if so. Write to or Thosteson. In care of this newspaper for his Booklet Quot Quot Kar noises a their causes and cures a enclose a Long self addressed stamped envelope and 25 cents or. Thosteson welcomes Reader mail but regrets that due to the tremendous volume received daily he is unable to answer individual letters headers questions Are incorporated in his column whenever possible Bicentennial outhouse located behind ii amp s Oil co at the intersection of highways 311 and 66. This red White and Blue outhouse appears to be a unique commemoration of America s 200th birthday the painting was done by Bill Smith the operator of ii amp s Oil i Cholo by Sonny Medora i residential zoning in Anas not served by water and sewer lines in a statement read for him j Orville oat Reft a Democrat railed for in pro vement in Basic education skills Tor care in land use planning for use of existing school property for recreation and for placement of water and sewer lines in densely populated areas first Democrat Henry Taxman suggested local communities need service centers and said agencies should be people oriented he said people Fel a far removed from government hat Lewis a Democrat supported land use Protection rules and the proposal for production of electricity for residents Democrat Vav 0 Teague urged salaries of teachers be kept in line and urged a need for recreation for people of ill Ages and pointed to the need to seek new sources Tor water he said disposable bottles should be outlawed. A spokesman for mrs n c Thornton a Democrat. Said citizen action groups should work for recreation and noted a need for teacher aides in schools Democrat Jack Weaver said education should be improved he noted Davidson county has a successful water system and said the county cannot be totally environmental in its approach to land use planning democrats h a Troxler Herman Smith Stephen Gibson and american party candidate a to Whitener were not represented program Well received with theatre i Philip Gibson of Greensboro has been hired As technical director for die High Point theatre replacing David Peerbolte Gibson a native of Flat Rock will Complete work on a degree in technical theatre at i no a before starting his duties with the local theatre in August his prior experience includes several Summers As technical assistant with the Flat Hock playhouse peer to Ile has accepted a Post As instructor and designer in the theatre department at Central Missouri state University. Warrensburg. To police request information in hit and run High Point police Are making a request for information concerning a hit and run vehicle involved in a wreck saturday about la 30 p in on i 85 near s main Street the victim. Samuel c. Carpenter of Roanoke. Va., was reported in Good condition at High Point memorial Hospital officers said Carpenter s car was struck from behind causing it to leave the Highway the other vehicle did not Stop the car police Are searching for is a Pontiac to. Met Kiel 1969 to 1971 they said it would have extensive damage to the right front and Side cake class the Parks and recreation dept is sponsoring a cake decorating class at Oakview recreation Center at James Road monday at 7 of p in if interested in this evening class or a daytime class Call Oakview recreation Center kleenex Sale the High Point ser Torna club will conduct its annual kleenex tissue Sale beginning monday and lasting through August door to door sales will be held for this fund raising project All Money collected will be used to help the mentally and physically handicapped children and adults in North Carolina and to get teletype machines for the deaf any ser Torna member May also be contacted for anyone wanting to buy the tissue concert Vav Instone afum the final concert in the summer super band series at the North Carolina school of the arts will be Given Friday in Crawford Hall the hour Long concert with guest conductor Charles r Murph director of bands at Page High school in Greensboro is scheduled for 6 30 p m Wagon train the Gondola Saddle club is having a Wagon train Friday. Saturday and sunday live music will be provided at the campsite at their Riding ring off Highway 311. And the Saddle club Wail have their Wagon serving meals the Public is invited Man hospitalized for wound in Chest Clarence inward is Ike or20. Of it 2. Bassett a was listed in serious condition today in the intensive care unit of High Point memorial Hospital where he was Token this morning alter being wounded in the Chest High Point police said that a single Bullet entered Vav Ike s Side and punctured both lungs officers responded to a Call at i 48 a in to the bus station and found Wike a witness told officers that he and Wiki were sitting on a Wall it outside the station Wien two Oiler men approached them the witness said Wike asked one of the men about 12 he sup it Ose cily owed Wike the second of the two men who walked up then reportedly pulled a gun and shot we Ike Tor no apparent reason the assailant had not been apprehended today Melvin i. Jones 18 of Tate Stree t want Cut on the hand and Back tuesday at 9 25 p in officers who responded to the Call said that Jones professors named to Duke program three High Point College professors have been selected As visiting Lilly scholars in the program in continuing education for College faculty at Duke University they Are or Karl Crow theologian. Or Edwin i Low Man. Sociologist and or John k Ward or biologist the program is sponsored by Hie Lilly endowment inc Mil includes seminars in july and August plus a three week period on the Campus for study and research later in the year Crow will attend the seminar on religious structures in literature and drama Plowman will study wavery in the old South and Ward will Deal with ecological and environmental concerns members of the Duke University faculty will coordinate the seminars and the research period Crow who lives on Woodrow Avenue came to High Point College in 1964 and was made head of the department in 1973 Plowman who lives on Guilford Avenue came to High Point College in 1973 he received his pm d earlier this year from Boston University. Ward. Who resides in Kernersville is a graduate of High Point College and returned to the College in 1970 refused Hospital treatment Ami also refused to sign a warrant against his Ai Tacker. Saying that he would Lake care of the matter Hirsell police and fire dept personnel were called to the Elliott l fast Home on Bolen Street tuesday about 6 it in officers said that fast had told them he and a woman had gotten into an argument and that she had threatened to Burn Down his House lit said that he later smelled smoke and called firemen firemen said that they removed a Couch which had apparently been intentionally set afire from the House there was damage to both the Couch and the surrounding floor officers said that the woman was still at die scene after firemen arrived they said she threw a Glass Duck at fast. Missing him and almost hitting one of the firemen she then left the scene and had not been taken into custody today. Man Falls from ledge Chapel Hill a 21 year old Greensboro Man was killed monday when he accidentally fell Nim stories while window washing at North Carolina memorial Hospital Chapel Hill police said Dennis Whitney was killed instantly in the fall that occurred when his retaining Hook slipped property in car burglars when his vehicle was forced open while parked in the lot at his apartment he said the missing items in eluded a citizen s band radio a pistol a device used to detect police radar and a pair of bests Zada Wagner Harris of Westwood Avenue said that her 1959-Model car. Value $300. Was taken from the lot at the Exxon car care c enter on n main Street mrs Woody i. Rotis of Jamestown report of i hat someone took her Wallet containing 1300 in Cash i rom her purse at service sign on English Road in other Larcenie Dempsy e Johnson of Johnson Street said a $255 cd was taken from his car parked in the lot at his apartment. George w Lowe or of Robinhood Road said a $190 cd was taken from his car parked at Home. Willie a Appel or of Woodbury Street said a $170 cd was taken from his car parked at Rich face veneer James Andrews of i 3. Trinity said a $50 cd was taken from his car parked in the lot of the Arcade building and a $30 cd base Antenna was reported stolen from out cult ure posts Are filled Charlotte api two Charlotte cultural i n Sti Tutins have new directors. The former director of the Monmouth county museum in Lincroft n.j., Milton Bloch has been named director of the mint museum of Art from rage id Side the Auto. Air amp sound building on English Road Bill Dye of Brentwood Street said $75 in Cash was taken from his truck parked on n. Elm Street and mrs Gerald Leach of e Grimes Avenue said her $10 Billfold containing $30 in Cash was taken from her purse while she was visiting at a Home on Kent Street arrests included Irene Cash to. Of n. Centennial Street shoplifting. Eugene James Archie. 52, of furlough Street larceny. And Donald Rayburn Thompson. 38, of Dane Street Drunken driving officers said that the had cleared nine cases of Auto breaking and entering Aud larceny with the arrest of two Brothers taken into custody the latter part of june the Brothers were arrested after they were allegedly Lound inside a building they were charged with the break in. But no additional charges will by brought in connection with the nine subsequent cases cleared registration set for pc Center registrations Are being accepted for kindergarten and prekindergarten students at die Early experience Center of High Point College mrs Susan Sumpter director of the Center will answer inquiries about the program the Center opens on sept 6 and operates on the College Calendar of Breaks and holidays the kindergarten class will by limited to 25 students who Are 4 or 5-years-old the class meets weekdays from 9 a in until noon and is taught by mrs Sumpter the 2-year-old group limited to 12 students meets on monday and wednesday from 9 30 a m until la 30 the 3-year-old group also limited to 12 students meets on tuesday and thursday at 9 30 a in until la 30 the one year old Nursery is scheduled for thursday Only. Meeting for one hour starting at 9 30 a in High Point College students serve As interns for the program assisting in us work in addition to preparation of learning centers the College students give personal attention to the kindergarten children Valley of the plants Samuel Budd of 1708 Brooks ave., who must have an extremely Green thumb admires his six foot seven Inch fall Marigold Tomato Plant in his Back Yard while not lacking for tomatoes. Budd s Only danger appears to be a sore neck from checking the top of the Plant. A photo by so a r Mage cock Democrat mrs Kathryn Hatfield suggested using county Reserve funds for recreation and supported an election on this Issue she called Jor bettor notice of meetings another Democrat. It l Stafford did not attend among the candidates seeking election to full four year terms a now held by commissioners Richard Maxwell and Robert shawl. Maxwell a Republican noted commissioners turned to a Matching fund approach for Rural recreation this year since Revenue sharing Mono was not available me said commissioners have the Power to enact an ordinance e controlling types of bottles sold locally commissioner Shaw did not attend Marceline Burton. A Democrat endorsed the Quot Zero budget approach and said she is especially interested in children s programs Democrat Forrest Campbell said Guilford county should be careful in land use planning which has a Many dangers a he said Waler and sewer programs and recreation programs Quot deserve attention Quot but could be expensive Ogden Deal a Democrat said land resources Protection deserve consideration he supported Matching funds Tor recreation and suggested no further expansion of vehicle thefts by him Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro the Community Council s program Drew Strong support from Board of commissioners candidates speaking at a meeting arranged by the Rural suburban Community Council Here tuesday. Fourteen of the 21 candidates seeking the three seats subject to the november election spoke at the session led by Bob Joie. Vice chairman of the Rural suburban Community Council. The candidates agreed the Community Council s offer a a Good suggestions included Calls or financial support and for a interaction Quot Between commissioners and the Rural suburban Community Council they also Laid stress on improvement of education agreed on the need to eliminate litter caused by disposable bottles and showed concern for provision of recreation to Rural areas there were a variety of suggestions for handling land use planning and for melding future water and sewer expansions beyond these six topics suggested by the Rural suburban Community coun Cli. Candidates suggested a an openness in government Quot and the possibility of the county producing electricity for use by residents democratic commissioner Bert Hall seeking election to the two years remaining in the term he was named to following the death of mrs Zoe Barbee said land use planning is the Only Way to control growth lie noted commissioners have no authority Over school boards and said he doubts property owners would want to pay for water or sewer extensions Over the county his opponents include Republican w h Nderson who said the county has zoning rules and questioned the need for More land use controls he suggested a Matching fund program Tor recreation and said he wants to see education a get Back to basics a a mrs Jacqueline Manzi. A Republican seeking Halls seat supported land use planning to gain controlled growth she urged a vote on Rural recreation and said Guilford county could Lead the state in meeting the bottle litter Issue

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