High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 12 1972, Page 15

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 12, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise monday june 12, 1972 7b Picc alumni officers officers of the newly organized Davidson county Community College alumni association Are or Ray Davis of High Point vice president mrs. Bill Culbertson of Greensboro recording Secretary Dewey Brantley of Rural Hall president mrs. Gary Randall Henion of Charlotte chairman of the Constitution committee. Wade Brown of Wallburg treasurer. City officials counting on Public to help get parking deck started by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer City officials indicated today they expect the Public to do its part toward getting the proposed downtown parking deck under construction. Mayor Bill Bencini told those attending a chamber of Commerce state and local government committee session that the City itself is doing everything it can toward bringing the parking facility to the construction state. He said the City wants the Only thing left to be for a the people on the Street to obligate City manager Harold Cheek supported this Effort in saying that the City a is doing everything that could be done a toward bringing the project to a contract stage even to the Point of securing a key document from Bond attorneys ahead of time. The key Cheek said lies in raising the Money needed. He explained that engineers have reported they can be ready within to Days to put the project out for bids and that the City has a gone ahead with the ground level parking project on a Aioo per cent City the City Cheek emphasized. Is a trying to proceed in every Way ii knows recent estimates have indicated that Public subscriptions for Bonds Are about $150,000 to $160,000 Short of the goal of $700,000 needed from the Public sector. Officials have indicated that the City will put up $800,000, an increase of about $200,000 Over the amount the City had first indicated it would provide. On the other hand Bencini has emphasized that the Public must produce its share. He has said that unless Public subscriptions Are made the City will not break ground for the Structure. Bencini said he wants the City to do everything necessary to get the project under construction. He said he has a Confidence the parking deck will be built and that he thinks that if the Burden is put on the people it will be built. He said he does t want the City to have to Bear any blame for Lack of Effort on the parking deck planned for an area the City already owns off of Elm Street in the downtown area. He said he is anxious a to get All the mechanics behind the City he told chamber of Commerce members meeting with Council members at the monthly breakfast at the Sheraton hotel will a depend on the chamber of Commerce to help sell the Bonds which still must be sold in order to completely finance the project. The mayor also said the City Council is waiting for ideas on the project calling for improvement of the old Paramount theater in the City Hall building under a Bond program approved by voters. He emphasized however that the program will have to stay within the total budget projected for it. Cheek said the City is studying bids offered on construction of the new stadium also approved by voters and noted that these were Between $360,000 and $490,000 Over estimates. Bencini said he is not in favor of delaying the project but he does t know now where the Money could be found. One official said that it could take 7 to to cents on the tax rate to provide the Dif i a a it chm a a a i i South main it Tutt m Archie Bunker is a general dirty Harry is Quot Kelly Quot. Kellys heroes up. 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Students enrolled in seminars abroad will have four to eight Days in 14 major cultural centers with half the time in each City free for Pursuit of individual interests according to Claude c. Shotts director of off Campus studies at Guilford College. Summer schools abroad Are to be held this year in London and Athens. A summer session will be held in 1973 in Paris also. In addition Shotts office conducts at Cost seminars abroad for adults each Spring and fall. His office May be contacted this summer about groups now forming for 23-Day seminars in october and in april or May of 1973. Students from this area enrolled for this summer include Joseph Hayworth or. Of 910 Croyden High Point. His overseas study Center will be London. Is in a of i Kwh t i a of Cut or Ruth parking d. W. Arrison manager of the High Point social Security office has announced that some disabled people in this area Are unduly delaying payment on their claims and even losing Money by failing to Contact the social Security office soon after their disability begins. Although there is a 6-month waiting period for which no benefits can be paid the Dis Abed should file a claim Early. A claim for disability benefits can usually be handled by phone. Arrison said that in Many cases All work on the claim can be accomplished before the end of the waiting period and a Check can be received for the first month payment is possible. The manager pointed out that it is not unusual for some people to wait several years after the beginning of a serious illness or Accident to Contact t h e social Security office. Because social Security benefits can be paid retroactively for Only 12 months these people May lose hundreds of dollars. Arrison stressed that accurate information about the disability program can Best be obtained from a social Security representative. Because of frequent changes in tha Laws information provided by Well meaning friends or relatives May prove to be incorrect and cause unnecessary delay or loss of payment. A a a ill Skinny Han t a Tia u4 in Denra Ift we aaa it Roar Tati a habit. Anatta maw wat. Of Rupaka a at Nae Laana Beata a ipg quilt Kimpf til june brides. Wedding gowns cleaned and hand finished. Cleaners launderers _ 16/0 not Law it two Tan Albany Barton a realer Tai Udpa in Aal Akeke Baa tue Ian my Laura 0 Quot wild out Taka Quot a also a g Quot office love in Quot continuous showing a to cams 4 we mar Nev Lama Reader Tai 4 in Van i Aine far refund. 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Pool playoffs from 2 of . Till 4 of . Golf tournament is from 5 of till 7.00 . Archdale recreation Center open 10 00 . To 11 00 . 3905 s. Main St. Telephone 431-4611 ail y of Gan eat tuesday night special 3 00-8 30 . All you can iat of filet of flounder a Golden French fria. Tangy Cole slow children under 12 a founder All you can of 75 warn seafood restaurant 1718 n. Main St. It Reg. 3.05 size 99 1 Prince of pizza 1616 n. Main St. Tel. 885-0922. To Pill uus Habbit top j Tage Erata i a Ai a in so j i Aerial area i 0 of mutate in my o a a a Ana a Ani aaa a my caudate the above is published As a Public service by the High pout Enterprise a Story of love filmed by David lean Yaris a daughter a Smott it tax Trevor Mcward Christopher Jones John mais Lyl omd in me Sarah ii up features 7 00 Only Mem present the Chartoff Winkler production Michael Sarrazin Jacqueline Bisset a believe by me me trocolor Martin twin it2 1801 vat Chestek drive /88b oov7 times 7 20 9 00

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