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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise saturday july 20,1974 topless watch solves nothing East Hampton n. Y. A Many people Are discovering this summer that it Isnit what you read but where you read it that counts. This was dramatically illustrated last weekend at East Hampton Long Island. I was lying on the Beach and the Only thing Between me and the Atlantic Ocean was a Young lady in her 20s trying to get a suntan. In order to do this she Lay on her stomach with the top half of her bathing suit undone. This i assumed was so that she would get an even tan. As Long As she stayed in her position there was nothing to see but her Back. But you never know what can happen on a Beach. A i see a my wife said Reading the paper a that the failure of the Salt talks Means that both superpowers Are going to go full steam ahead on offensive a what a pity a i said. As i saw it my Best bet would be if some Little kid ran by and accidentally showered Sand on the girl forcing her to turn her body to find out what was going on. My wife turned a Page. A the Bank rates Are up to 12 a per cent and now they re predicting go to 13 per cent. Herb Stein the presidents economic adviser says the Only one to blame for inflation is the american people. Do you think we re really responsible a a if he says so a a i replied. There was another Hope. If some bather came out of the Ocean wringing wet and dropped water on her Back the Shock of it might make the girl sit up. A the White House transcripts done to jell with the ones released by the House judiciary committee a my wife read. A emr. Nixon certainly looks like he knew a lot More about watergate than he admitted. Why is it taking them so Long to impeach him a a that s a Good question a i answered. My Only other Hope would be a cloudburst. The icy raindrops would certainly make her panic. A it says Here a my wife continued a that or. Nixon a strategy if the supreme court makes him turn Over the tapes will be too Stonewall Jaworski by saying it will take a lot of time to find the tapes and edit them. In that Way the House judiciary committee wont have time to hear All the evidence before they re forced to vote. All he a doing is stalling. Does no to it make you furious a a live and let live i always a you done to seem very excited about the news a my wife said. A i am i am. Why is or. Nixon stonewalling Herb Stein a a the int stonewalling Stein he a stonewalling a ohm Man Quot i said. The dear girl seemed to be asleep. My Only Hope now was that shed have a bad dream and Wake up startled. My wife continued Reading the paper out loud. A the National football league strike is still on. You might not be Able to see the redskins this a if you be seen one football game you be seen them All a i muttered. A Are you All right a she asked. A a in a Fine. My neck hurts a Little from the a you know a my wife said a she s not going to a who a i pretended to be surprised. A that topless Flozzie Over she folded up her newspaper neatly. A anyway even if she moved it have done you any a Why not a a because a she said sweetly a i would have kicked Sand in your copyright 1974, los Angeles times City awarded clean water Grant a Grant totalling $227,750 has been awarded to High Point to Aid in financing construction of a water Supply system according to human resources Secretary David Flaherty. Similar Grants have been made on four other occasions under the North Carolina clean water Bond act of 1971. In All nearly $42 million the High Point Enterprise eito Blithe 1884 published every afternoon end sunday morning an Independent newspaper published by the High Point Enterprise inc 210 Church Avenue High Point. N c. 27261 member of the associated press rates by Mau Pouble in Advance Tyr 6 to. 3 a i to. Doily and sunday $36 0 $18 20 $9 to $3.0 sunday Only $1300 $6 so $3 25 $1 15 by Carrier wkly $ 70 monthly $3 05 or $36 40 mail la bump n m n c Nib Lee to 4% ale to. The Apoc item Pren ii entitled to the it for reproduction of All local Neva printed in this newspaper at Well at All a Newt Dit Otchet entered at second Clou matter at the Pott offic. High Point n c under act of March 3, 1879 second Clott Pottage paid at High Point n c Alf Corners dealers and ditto tutors Are Independent contractor and the High Point Enterante inc it not Retro Tible for Advance tube caption payments Mode to them or then represent or is for Home delivery rate Contact your local Carrier. Word Griffith company National advertising representatives has been awarded. Construction costs for the projects total about $200 million. Applications for state Grants were approved in accordance with eligibility requirements and priority criteria established by the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to the clean water Bond act of 1971. The voters approved the issuance of $150 million in clean water Bonds in a 1972 referendum. State Grants provide Only a portion of the total project costs. Most of the financing comes from local sources with some projects receiving Federal assistance though the amount of Federal Grant Money has decreased recently Brant applications for water Supply construction projects Are now being received by the division of health services for processing during the first semiannual review period of this fiscal year. Grant awards for these Are expected to be issued in january. In announcing the Grants Flaherty said that Many cities and bounties throughout the state Are now assured of an adequate water Supply of Quantity and Quality. A it will enable other local governments to protect Public health with new water facility construction a he said time to Register signs that the return to school is not far away came in this announcement from Roscoe Wright jr., Dean of students at Andrews High school Here. A any High school student who has moved into the Andrews High school District since the end of the 1973-74 school year should come by the school any weekday Between 8 and 12 or Between 3 and 5 to Register for ice Cream supper an ice Cream supper and bake Sale will be held saturday from 5 p in until 8 . At Marlboro friends Church South of High Point off Highway 311 near Sophia. Proceeds from the supper will go toward the Church building fund by Bill Noblitt Raleigh a add to the financial woes of the average North Carolina household a continuing climb in the Cost of a College education. In the academic year just ended a year of study at the most costly private College in the state Duke University ran Well Over $4,000 for tuition fees room and Board. And while Duke with a tuition and fee schedule of $2,-629 is the highest in the state Davidson College is not far behind at $2,430, and four other private colleges across the state have charges Over $2,000 per year. Those Are Queens $2,170 St. Andrews $2,104 Salem $2,349 and Wake Forest $2,000. Additionally room and Board generally runs Between $800 and $1,000 per year at most campuses a whether Public or private a and the quoted figures done to include books $10 to $15 each laundry transportation personal items or the amount the average students will spend for food outside the College cafeteria unless he or she is an unusually Light eater. And the trend is upward Over recent years and expected to continue. Duke University for instance has added from $150 to $200 to tuition and fee requirements each year since 1969. A sampling of fees at other schools shows Many have hiked fees anywhere from five to 15 per cent. Public colleges Are no exception to the upward trend in costs and while the student who is a resident of North Carolina can attend a state school for a lot less Money than he can a private College the out of state student finds Fum Selt paying about As much to go to Chapel Hill As he would at Duke. The tuition at unc Chapel Hill for a non resident is $1,996. For a tar Heel the fee is $439. For residents of the state tuition and fee costs at Public colleges Range from a Low of $368 per year unc Wilmington to a High of $601 per year Elizabeth City state University. The average tuition and fee charge for a resident at a Public College is $459 As a private schools room and Board costs generally Range from $800 to $1,000 additional and of course those related books transportation and living costs must be added. Private Junior colleges charge the same for in or out of state students with tuition and fees ranging from a Low of $950 to a High of $1,427, with the average being $1,154. While All the figures Are not collected from Public colleges for the next academic year a trend of increased charges has already been seen at the administrative offices in Chapel Hui. Some will hike the tuition fee and some of the Board costs or other fees with an Overall increase of around $100 noted at most schools officials say. In the face of rising costs a significant trend can be seen in the numbers of students who Are attending Community colleges or technical schools across the state. There Are now 57 of these institutions across the state putting a student almost anywhere in the state close enough to commute. The most recent addition was conversion of Mitchell College in Statesville from a private Junior College to a state institution. Incidentally the number of private Junior colleges in North Carolina is now Down to to. A boost to communal College technical Scholt enrolment has been the Iron ing out of Transfer difficulties. All credits can no be carried Over to Seni it College and University o facials say the average Fain by finds this a one sure Way i beat the Cost of a Collet fees run from $415 to $441, and the stud i generally commutes a stays at Home. A look at the figures for to University system proves the development. In 1967, thei were 258 transfers from Cor Unity College to Publ senior College. In 1973, the shot up to 1,698. In one be alone from 1972 to 197 there was an increase of to per cent in transfers. Transfers from Jun ii colleges to Public Genii colleges however Are Dov from 585 in 1968 to 387 1974 with a one year drop 21 per cent below the 19 level. Arrest suspects sgt. J. C. Finch collects liquor during pad Locking by Howard Hayes Enterprise staff writer Law enforcement officers raided a number of suspected drink houses Here Friday. The officers ranging from local police to Federal agents padlocked the houses and arrested persons alleged to have sold liquor to an undercover agent of the state alcohol beverage control Abc Board. Local police narcotics and vice officers obtained eight pad Locking orders which said the houses were used for Selling liquor and Beer and were Public nuisances. The pad Locking orders were temporary ordering the renter and the owner to appear in civil Superior court aug. 19 and show cause Why the orders should not be made permanent. Seven of the orders were executed Friday night against Arthur Binn who leased a House on Vail Street from f. Pearl Payne John l. Harris who leased a House on e. Washington drive from High Point mortgage and investors Bernice Ezekiel who leased a House on Asheboro Street from Carolyn w. Hughes James Williams who leased a House on Lake Street from w. W. Walker Lorenzo Leach who leased a House on Franklin Street from w. J. Wright Gilbert Quick who leased a House on Redding Street from d. A. Dowdy and James Ross or. Who leased a House on Cliffside drive from e. P. Clodfelter. Neither the renter nor the owner can enter remove any property or make use of the House until a Superior court judge has reviewed the orders and Given a judgment. When they entered the houses Friday local police Sec officers on 3a must have Faith Stevens i still believe in us tools Are taken police probing rash of thefts a tool Box containing assorted tools valued at $1,-500 was reported Friday stolen from the Teddy Bear to or co. On n. Main Street. James Michael Frazier of Steele Street told police that the tools were taken from the shop sometime Between thursday night and Friday morning. Police have arrested thee men in connection with the theft. They Are Tim Shelton of Cliffside dr., Michael Watson of w. Green Street and James Williams of w Green Street. Seventy three year old Charlie Henderson Dyer of Woodlawn or. Told police that a Young woman took his Wallet containing $865. He said the woman known Only to him As Brenda Hazelwood Porter approached him at his Home and asked for aspirins. He said after taking her in his House and giving her the aspirins she grabbed his Wallet and fled. Police have issued a warrant for mrs. Porter. Over $700 Worth of merchandise was reported stolen from the residence of Barbara Walker of Baker Road thursday. Mrs. Walker said she left her House at about la . And when she returned the items were missing. Included among things stolen mrs. Walker reported were a 16 gauge shot gun value $85 a Silver tone Black and White television value $98 a Bell and Howell movie camera no value listed a Brownie camera no value listed a portable tape deck $90 24 8-track tapes $96 a Huffy Riding Lawn Mower $300 and assorted bottles of Medicine. Mrs. Walker told police that whoever stole the see police on 3a High Point Enterprise saturday afternoon july 20, 1974 Page 2a by Gay Payne Enterprise staff writer a faithful and credited service by elected representatives will help overcome disillusionment and apathy and help restore Confidence in our government a u. S. Senatorial candidate told the High Point kiwanis club Friday. Watergate seems to be going from bad to worse said the North Carolina Republican candidate William Stevens. A a lot of a javelin jabbing is going on in Washington a everyone seems to be pointing a Finger at everyone else a he said. A i am disillusioned about the watergate mess but i m not disillusioned about America. A America is More than Worth saving and certainly Worth fighting for a he said. Watergate termed the no. I Issue in America a by Stevens has caused a lot of dropouts in the political system he said but if a people like you give up on larger lots seen As solution to Rural septic tank problems by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro a proposal calling for larger minimum residential lot sizes in Rural Guilford county May go before the Board of county commissioners monday. The proposal which suggests lots sizes of at least 30.000 Square feet in areas which Are not served by sewers grew out of concern by commissioners Over the increasing number of complaints from residents in regard to poor septic tank o negative needed scene an emergency Call for of negative Type blood to help a Young local woman following surgery has been issued by the red Cross. Blood collections during the summer Are traditionally slow according to Martha Crotts of the High Point Thomasville chapter of the american red Cross but donations of o negative Type blood Are always Low. The Young woman at High Point memorial Hospital has received More than 53 pints of blood Over a three Day period. Any person who has o negative blood and Able to donate it to help replenish the used up Supply can either Contact the local red Cross chapter or donate during the Bloodmobile visit monday anytime from la . Until 7 30 . Monday at Westchester mall according to miss Crotts. Operation. The Issue May be on the Agenda which will include a number of requests for changes in zoning in Rural areas outside the cities. Commissioners will meet at 9 . At the new courthouse. Guilford county planning Board members at a meeting earlier this month asked staff members to prepare a Resolution declaring that the septic tank problems Are basically health matters rather than zoning problems. Present regulations permit lots of 12,000 Square feet where sewers Are available and Call for lots of 20,000 Square feet in areas where there Are no Public sewers planning department officials have suggested that the Best Way to handle septic tank problems is to strengthen health regulations regarding installation and maintenance. They have noted the state of Virginia requires a number of tests in addition to the percolation tests used in this county. The concern by commissioners also brought a moratorium on processing of requests for residential lots of the 20,000 Square foot variety. Although the moratorium was Given no closing Date commissioners have discussed a period of 90-Days, which will end next month. The suggestion for consideration of the 30,000 Square foot lot size As a Means to help solve the septic tank problem came from some of the commissioners who Felt that larger lots would be a part of the answer. Commissioners will also hear a request by the Ervin company for rezoning of a 260-acre tract on Fleming see larger on 3a add to financial woes America what is going to happen a to restore America to its Domestic and world concern oriented atmosphere he said. A we must rededicate ourselves to the principles of America and in doing so we can restore Confidence to our answering questions Stevens expressed concern Over government Campaign financing a it worries me that the government could put on an election. What would happen if elections were not held until the government had appropriated funds i would move cautiously toward the idea of government financing Stevens said he preferred using the 1971 Campaign finance Bill. That Law allows citizens to indicate on their Federal income tax returns if they wish $1 of their taxes to go to Campaign financing. Stevens also discussed the . World leadership role. Americans role in world affairs has reached the Point where the . Can no longer expect to influence other nations affairs by simply flexing Muscles Stevens said. . Defense is the Best influence he said. Dinner set for Morgan More than 250 persons Are expected to attend a fund raising dinner which will be a a Salute to Robert Morgan a in Greensboro monday night. The dinner at which . Senator Henry Quot scoop Jackson Democrat Washington will speak will be held at the ropeway inn at 7 . Morgan Headquarters in Raleigh announced that rep. Richardson Preyer of Greensboro congressman from the sixth North Carolina District will serve As master of ceremonies at the dinner. It was previously announced that Charles w. Phillips Dean of the Guilford delegation in the state general Assembly will serve As honorary chairman. Costs for colleges climb officers padlock drink houses7

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