High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 30 1972, Page 45

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday july 30, 1972 i career education Pilot programs Are gaining support by Gloria Jones . Stet news Bureau school children teachers and parents Are enthusiastic about Model programs in career education which Are being conducted throughout the nation say North Carolina state University researchers. Career education which is gaining momentum nation tide is a concept which concerns preparation for All meaningful and productive activity throughout life. It is neither academic education or vocational education although it involves both it strives to integrate learning and doing in to school the Home the Community and Tbs workplace. An Nusu research team with the National Center for occupational education at North Carolina state univer taty is currently engaged in a project to identify the Best career education programs in Ole United states for the u. S. Office of education. Elements of the Best Model programs investment earnings reported Greensboro Guilford county s investments earned a total of $558,302 during the past fiscal year which ended june 30. According to Thomas Cashwell county accountant. Smaller amounts of Money invested plus declining interest rates Cut the total earnings from this source in 1971-1972 from the previous year Cashwell said. The 1970-1971 year brought the county a total of $657,855 in Money earned from investments. Cashwell said that at the end of the fiscal year the county had approximately $6 8 million invested. In addition the county had in estimated $2,373,000 left unspent from the 1971-1972 year. This amount he added was a a conservative the end of the year surplus for the 1971-1972 year was somewhat larger than the $1.7 million used for the beginning of the 1970-1971 year. The county a debt on july i of this year stood a t App r of mately $35,570,000, Cash Well said. This included $10 million in governmental Center funds and $25.5 million owed for school construction. M a Quot to six to try sea water Experiment Tokyo apis can Man stay alive drinking sea water it it has been commonly accepted that excessive consumption of sea water will cause fatal dehydration of the body. But six japanese men set out cd rough seas today in a tiny rubber Lifeboat with three Days Supply of food and about 20 Gallons of fresh water aboard. With plans to take the rest of their rations we a sea water to Check on the results. The six led by a documentary movie director were to Drift la Days from an Island off Okinawa. Two of the amp x planned to drink in a pattern sea water for two or three Days and then fresh water for two or three dip. Two planned to drink a mixture of fresh water and sea water the remaining two were to drink fresh water Only. Fedders window air conditioners january prices in july s 75.00 4 too Btu. 14.000 Btu 11.000 Btu 20.000 Btu 21.000 Btu 24,000 Btu 197.50 249.50 245.50 272.50 325.00 All in original Cartons limited of Unity a Only hav on. Of och Vav or offering these at oui actual Cost Bedford sales company 340 n Wrenn j phone 882-4815 Quot will be used As examples for other school systems to follow. How career education works May be illustrated through examples. In one Small school fifth and sixth graders were challenged with making a Survey of business in their communities. Each student operated a slide camera and took pictures of common iffy businesses during the study. When their research was concluded they made a presentation which revealed that their town had 320 different occupations although the population was Only a few thousand. In Apex were a career education exemplary program is under Way students in a geometry class worked with a Community Surveyor to learn How geometry relates to work. Another group of students in another school system visited an Airport where they Learned that the jobs of ground Crews Are just As vital to the Safe flight of an Airliner As the pilots co pilots and navigators and that each Job is dependent of the other. In career education programs children learn the value of All work and studies Are relevant to occupational information which is built into the curriculum. Students Are encouraged to perform creatively and independently As Well As in groups. A positive attitude reduces the feeling of failure. Career education seeks out the interests of the child from kindergarten through pos secondary and adult education stressing the positive in his relations with Hie Peers and with the work world. Unlike conventional systems the student is followed beyond the classroom and receives continued counselling and assistance in his course toward further education and a lifetime career. Or. John Coster director of the Nusu Center for occupational education explains that career education is based on four major ideas. Each person has a right to education that is relevant to his goals. Education should Lead to knowledge which is useful in making choices especially career choices. Each individual should be prepared for employment at that Point in life when he leaves school and each student has the right to pursue work in which he can enjoy Success. Coster emphasizes that career education is As important for the College bound student As it is for the student who does not plan to attend College but he says a every student should have the Opportunity to obtain specialized training in secondary and Post secondary deploring the plight of the non College bound student. Coster says a More than half the parents throughout the nation should rebel against the education their children Are a career education imbues getting. Much of what is being All work with dignity and ill taught is largely 1 or. Coster commended the . State Board of education for its stand on career education concluding that education for careers a up to now largely the province of institutions of higher education a will be made possible for All North Carolina children if plans outlined by the state Board Are Mollie Shook a member of the Nusu research team has visited 41 career education systems in 30 states. She emphasizes that its concepts focus on the individual Worth of a person building a positive self image in children of All Ages. Strafe the interdependence of society a she says. Nusu project director Robert Morgan Points out that career education incorporates the concepts of lifetime continuing education to assist people in updating their knowledge or in changing careers. He said that the average individual changes careers from three to five times during his work life. Career education May be utilized in any kind of classroom situation a in a Large City school or in a one room Rural schoolhouse a in an open or a conventional class room. It is not a new concept and elements of career education have been identified in More than 350 school systems throughout the nation. Representatives of higher education and state and local education agencies met in Rah High this month to begin writing monographs on career education. The written material will be coordinated by the Nusu Center for occupational education and published in the Early fall for distribution to school systems interested in instituting programs. Volunteer firemen from Page i d Greensboro the sheriff s department and the control Tower of the Airport. The division also maintains an up to Date and Complete Index of All streets roads towns Public buildings and schools in the county. All Calls received at the communications division Are tape recorded on a 24-hour recorder. These tapes Are held for record purpose and contain All Telephone and radio communications pertaining to any emergency Call including fire ground operation by the individual fire companies which have been dispatched by the division. The dispatchers commanded by a sergeant handled Over 1.300 emergency Calls during 1971. The four inspectors under the immediate supervision of the Deputy fire marshal Are involved with fires both on the Job and off. At least one inspector is always present at All major fires fires at places of businesses manufacturing and Public assemblies. They Are also present at All suspicious fires or fires of undetermined origin at the request of the department officer in charge and serve As an Ordinary fire fighter in the Volunteer departments in their respective communities. According to fire marshal Porter the inspectors conduct Courtesy fire safety inspection programs in effect on a countywide basis in All places of business and manufacturing from single proprietary stores to major Industrial corporations. In addition All county owned buildings institutional and no institutional rest Homes Foster Homes places of Assembly Public and private schools Are also inspected. There was a total of 980 inspections made during 1971. A fire inspector based on a forty hour work week spends 38 per cent of his time inspecting 18 per cent in office work 15 per cent in photographic and Darkroom work la per cent in Rural fire districts and 9 per cent each on investigations and fire prevention. Sunday Buffet adult $2.95, children $1.75 11 30 . To 2 30 . Alb ran Matt restaurant fill tiring whole round of beef cervix by our chef Keg country style stalk so Ute Chir Ken livers Chicken a to King hot a a get Ebro i Stoodt and desserts comm four or. Kong. Iota a notionally renowned chef daily luncheon Buffet 11 30 , to 2 00 , ii a a Mondo thru Friday a a a a. Of War Fott Stem. To of High faint re. Greensboro n. C. Re. 292-9161 auction Sale tuesday aug. 1st 2 . By of two trailer loads of merchandise refused customer will be sold according to terms Section 4b of Bill of lading. This is an absolute auction. Some of the items to be sold a. Furniture carpets refrigerator clothing groceries one Large lot of drapery hardware bakery goods and Many surprises. Merchandise on display tuesday prior to Sale. Foremost Salvage Milford Byerly 3808 n. Main St. 7-301 prices effective mon., tues., wed. Poses Southgate we Reserve the right to limit quantities on All Muse. First of the week specials i 628 South main St High Point North Carolina charge i it a a Hoover vacuum deluxe Metal Wall Type cabinets Reg. 21.88 gleaners with attachments regular 27.88 a a big value at. $ 25. Only 25 to sell sorry we must limit this to i per customer since we Only have 25. Similar to ilium Trotton limit a it. Chenille bedspreads twin or full sizes Reg. 2.88 fringed Edge fibreboard storage chests for Many storage uses or toy boxes. Re Tea. 9ve �>68 Teddy Bear toilet tissue regular 88 pkg. Pkg. Of to Rolls in i for the Active Man. A i # i a i i i i Groom. Your hair without grease with hair Spray for men Reg. 92 unscented boys knit briefs and to shirts Strong a durable a brightly coloured stack tables Over a dozen and on amp uses a Irir top a 14 inches High a All Colon great indoors or outdoors High Impact plastic folded smooth As Glass resistant to scratching and marring. Great singly or in pairs. 3 or Mort. Mix colors or match them to together. Us

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