High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 10 1974, Page 14

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 14a High Point Enterprise Friday May to 1074 Ford meeting held in conjunction with a forum on human needs. Forrest Campbell chairman announced that Metz has been with the Contra Costa county social services unit for about six and a half years and that he teaches in the Field of Public finance at Golden state University. He is a graduate of Fresno state University. Metz will replace l. M. Thompson who served As director of the Guilford county social services unit for 22 years before resigning recently. Ralph Sheppard of High Point has been serving As acting director. Arthritis fund drive to begin approximately 1,600 volunteers in the High Point Thomasville area Are expected to participate beginning saturday in the fund raising drive sponsored by the local chapter of the North Carolina arthritis foundation. The 1974 Effort against arthritis the nation s number one crippler has a goal locally of $6,000. According to or. And mrs. John Benson co chairmen of the Campaign. Funds from the drive will be used to support the arthritis foundation continue and expand their program services of research Public health education patient services professional education and training. A arthritis attacks people of All Ages a or. Benson explained. A too Many people think of arthritis As an old age he said. A they done to realize that Young children and people in their prime Are crippled by rheumatoid arthritis the most severe form of the disease a a Penney mothers Day Sale 20% off every Bra and Girdle in Stock Hamilton Beach electric knife. Popular a whole in handle a design. Removable 8�?� serrated Blades Clairol kindness custom care deluxe conditioning Mist hair setter. Choose dry. Steam or conditioned settings we be lowered our already Low prices on name brands. Limited time Only. Sale s4 Reg. Is. Lace front Long line Bra with elastic Center for separation. White m sizes a 32-36. B and c 32-42 Reg. 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In Alt the wanted styles the attache look with detachable shoulder straps finely detailed bags with Flap and zippered closings a even the latest looks in Vica Straw and Rattan. Rival Crock pot for Low heat cooking enhances the flavor of foods. Great for serving too. Stoneware with Glass lid 3 it. Capacity read the Enterprise classified Grubby a ford1-40 amp Hwy. 66 Kernersville re Tacar general electric toaster oven. Toaster top Browner and oven All in one has see thru window Light and signal Bell. As Low As $5 a Day smell do thing a Toulon t do big 273-7438 Schick time machine. Has 4 heat settings plus wig setting folds to compact size had Cut i of onto. A Lar condition your Tomc amp Liaise its value at the tame time Reg. 329.99. Sale 271.99. A Penney 25&Quot 5 he rear engine ride on Mower has All safety features new Low tone Muffler floating Cutter deck with outrigger wheels and washout port. Number i air conditioning maker with the round ome a the Central air conditioner with the shape that spells value a Quot Call us for details Purcell Supply co. Phone m2-i4ii a 725 w. Gree yes you can charge it All at a Penney in Westchester mall. Shop monday thro saturday 10 00 to 9.30 welfare special forum notes services needing funds assistance director named Greensboro appointment of Wayne Metz 30, of Contra Costa county calif., As director of the Guilford county social services dept was approved thursday by members of the social services Board. Board members approved action hiring Metz who has been serving As assistant director of the Contra Costa county social services dept., during a special by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro Quot the amount of financial assistance is grossly mrs. Evelyn Ellis a member of the Guilford county social services Board said thursday As individuals and representatives of Community organizations pointed to areas where improvements Are needed in services and in financial assistance. Mrs. Ellis made her comment during a Public forum at which speakers pointed to problems in the Aea of the food stamp program to open Here july i and in the amount of Money available for housing allowances. The discussion a believed to be the first of its Type to be held in North Carolina a also heard expressions of concern about care for the elderly and for More intensive efforts for abused and neglected children. Speakers attending the discussion at the new courthouse Here heard a plea to re establish the advisory Council once organized to make suggestions from the Community to the social services Board and for adequate income for nursing Home operators and for help in overcoming tax problems faced by widows. Forrest Campbell social services Board chairman who presided told the overflow crowd the event represented an Opportunity for the Board to get from the Community an Exchange of ideas on elements which should be changed or expanded. Commenting after the session mrs. Ellis said that Quot we be got our work Cut out for other Board members indicated they will do everything in their Power to solve the problems which were presented and to keep in Contact with the Public. Speakers pointed to the need for transportation of persons from their Homes to stores where food Stamps can be used and for eligibility workers to handle the Large number of applicants who Are expected to seek the Stamps. A representative of the league of women voters estimated about 9,000 persons would be eligible by july i and that the number would Rise to 15,000 by october. Use of Stamps will permit Low income persons to Purchase foods in stores rather than to receive the commodity foods As at present. Commenting on the need for eligibility workers. Campbell and Ralph Sheppard acting director said that up to this Point commissioners Hae cooperated. Nine eligibility workers have been named and others May be added later. Campbell said the budget has not been finally set. The question of the amount allowed for rent and utilities was brought by a Greensboro drug action Council representative who said the $72 top allowance is not enough. Security guards quipped with two Woy radial dear recoil and Fht wat Hama Cla it i Tam i Nat err Yogi a my Ond pts a try will r Kun i to i 74 hour Par Day Davis patrol a watchman service 126 n. Main High Point n c. Coll 886-4025

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