High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 11 1972, Page 43

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, High Point, North Carolina In service army pvt. Charles d. Harris 20, son of or. And mrs. Charles f. Harris of it. 3, Denton recently completed eight weeks of Basic training at the . Army training Center for Armor at it. Knox. By. He received instruction in Drill and ceremonies weapons map Reading combat tactics military Courtesy military Justice first a i a and army history and traditions. Pvt. Harris received his training with company d of the 4th brigades 13th battalion. The private is a 1970 graduate of Asheboro High school and attended Elon College. Army w. Tolley son of mrs. Marie Tolley of 1426 Guyer St. In High Point recently was assigned to the 82d airborne division at it. Bragg. Capt. Tolley is assistant operations and training officer in Headquarters 1st brigade of the division. He was last stationed in Vietnam. The Captain is a 1957 graduate of big Creek High school in War w. Va., and received his b. S. Degree in 1961 from West Virginia University in Morgantown. Procedures on the vehicle and firing the .50 Caliper and the m73 machine guns. The private is a 1970 graduate of Asheboro Hugh school. Army sgt. N 0 l a n k. Voncannon jr., 23, whose parents or. And mrs. Nolan k. Voncannon sr., and wife to Carole live on it. I Ashe Boro recently received the Bronze Star medal while serving with the 1st cavalry division airmobile in Vietnam. He was presented the Bronze Star for distinguishing himself through meritorious service in connection with military operations against hostile forces in Vietnam. The medal adopted in 1944, recognizes outstanding achievement. Sgt. Voncannon received the award while assigned As an infantryman squad Leader in company a 2nd infantry battalion of the divisions 8th cavalry near Bien Hoa. He entered the army in september 1970, completed Basic training at it. Jackson . And last stationed at it. Benning a. The sergeant received a b. S. Degree in aerospace engineering in 1970 at North Carolina state University in Raleigh. Marine pfc. Thomas n. Kearns son of mrs. Ann Kearns of 1020 Lee St. In Asheboro was promoted to his present rank while serving at the Marine corps base at Camp Lejeune. A 1970 graduate of Asheboro senior High he joined the Marine corps in september of 1971. Marine sgt. Fredrick s. Walker son of or. And mrs. Fredrick f. Walker of 1408 Sunset drive and husband of the former miss Beth Morgan of 943 Parkview St., All of Asheboro has reported for duty with the second Marine division at the Marine corps base in Camp Lejeune. A 1958 graduate of Asheboro High school he joined the Marine corps in june of 1968. 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Weakley of 321 Meadow place both of High Point has graduated from the Marine corps infantry training regiment an intensive program which readies new marines for possible combat situations at the Marine corps base at Camp Lejeune. Him in to Rome Pointer Loti to Thi i horrid Tim slims no of to without a i stomach distress Bac 00 Kao i to Witti from Page old proceeds from the Sale of the Book Are divided equally Between the cancer fund and a Trust for the three Piccolo girls. A Lori the oldest is six. She started to school this year a said Joy Piccolo. A Traci is five and Kristi the youngest is three. I have very Good baby Sitters. They Are waiting for me in during her personal appearances Joy Piccolo talks about her husband their life together football and about cancer. A if i talk about cancer i Tell the facts a she said. A it kills one out of every four americans. If it Hasni to struck in your family it will. 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Hitchcock have you Ever made a movie frightening As mephisto Waltz ? girls girls girls carnival burlesque adult entertainment at it s Best located on Hwy. 109 i Miles South of Walburg each night 7 . 12 Midnight now thru sat. Night. Be permits top $4 million Greensboro the value of building permits issued by the Guilford county inspections dept during april passed the $4-miilion Mark Accord ing to a report prepared by James Prillaman inspections director. Prillaman reported his unit issued 193 permits valued at $4,205,257 during the month of april. The april permits included 93 valued at $2,175,086 for new dwellings. Prillaman also issued 34 permits Worth $1,844,642 for new non residential structures. These included a $1.5 million Motel a $194,000 Church Structure a $10,800 Community Center and a $25,000 dormitory. Other permits included 32 Worth $83,245 for residential improvements and repairs and eight Worth $91,478 for nonresidential repairs and improvements. Prillaman issued permits for location of 16 Mobile Homes in Rural areas of the county. High Point Enterprise thursday May la 1972 likes his Job Philadelphia a mayor Frank Rizzo likes his Job so much he says he would like to stay on for 20 years and he might even have the Law changed to permit him to do so. Second from Page i d a Runoff if the final vote tabulation shows he came out in second place and indicated he expects Secrest to do the same thing. Ingram said in a statement read at the news conference that North Carolinas Auto insurance rates Are in a a horrible he said if elected a the mess will be straightened out and the people of this state wit Start paying insurance premiums based on a fair formula and the Safe Driver whether he be Young or old shall pay Only his fair win $20 to a a a m pal i w no m so or Gam open to a m ill by. Fur rot Thi who if Famter Iwko a i Oil in Mchale i Caiati cuter of i am ii 1iii, a aau last 7 Days in a Lher Thi Greas Iest film of the decade see it today r shows mon.-Fri.-6 30-9.30 Sot. I 4-7-Io Nixon s trip to Canada was Success modest one Washington president Nixon strip to Canada has to be scored As a Success modest from the United states Point of View substantial from the Vantage Point of Canadian prime minister Trudeau who badly needed a political boost and got one. The president May have removed some doubt about the sincerity of his assurances that the United states would not always demand a Trade balance surplus with Canada but both the a a fantastic results that Trudeau described after his talks with Nixon in Washington in december and the anti american feelings that have made headlines North of the Border seem exaggerated. There is anti americanism in Canada certainly but it appear concentrated in the academic intellectual Community in Ontario. In Quebec More preoccupied with other problems it is slight and in the maritime provinces and in Western Canada where there is a crying need for capital american investment is welcomed with open arms and there is no fear of economic imperialism. Although the political Bene sister Anna Hao promised her life to god but that was before a it if. \ shh Wpm Wmk it we we u Pointer drive in color by of 8 30 flus no 2 hts at to 40 t r. Baskin pm color both i outdoor run Quot big hit Quot Corky Quot is coming Fri. A j to Hie mephisto Foltz 1.iiii Mil i of Nuuanu -z3.if your nerves can stand it after Ltd a psycho a Center. A 1 25 3 20-3 15 of >0fhn. A Tuttlw 7 10-9 05 Thi i a smax Nom Crisp succulent Crunchy pick up some delicious Golden Skillet Fried Chicken today. At our Westchester mall store. Open weekdays from 11 30 to 8 pm sunday noon to 6 pm you never Hod it so Good new 6 Fried shrimp of Tarter sauce Roll 12 Fried shrimp of Tarter sauce Roll 6 Fried oysters of Torter sauce Roll 12 Fried oysters of Torter sauce Roll 2.00 1.50 2.50 announcing 12 at Square dance a Vii Buday night. Big inning May 12 High Point Moose Lodge n. Mim St. High tout n c caller Leonard Berrier few moly Clrk a a a a it a a air condition raved parking up not a by High Bein moot saturday nights Pavo Poolt and the fugitives round dancing 9�?i both evenings n k Mart special one per person. per additional subject per family a no age limit a extra prints ovoid table All Ages a photograph of duty May 9-13 . 108 daily m wish Lull a Imi la a a fits far Nixon were Small and those for Trudeau Large major questions remain following the visit. Each Side agreed to review its position on Trade but neither one promised any change so it remains to be seen if the words will be followed with deeds. Nixon was applauded on his warnings against aggression directed at the communist Powers and he was Happy to have a Chance to express the thoughts in an International setting. He won a Small gesture from Trudeau in the prime ministers Good wishes for a Wisdom and stamina in the important Days ahead a but that was As far As Trudeau could go. Vietnam is not a popular War in Canada. One Canadian woman told an american Friend. A it was Nice of the president to say he would not make War on us a and a Canadian editorial cartoon showed Nixon being dropped from a b-52 Over Canada in the shape of a bomb As part of a new a raid on the North a even the matter of the great lakes water Quality agreement which was frontage news throughout both countries must be regarded against a backdrop of performance not promises and on this the Nixon a a ministrations record is not too Good. Two years ago the president sent Congress a special message setting out the need for a massive ant pollution program on the lakes and it was hailed with Relief by the millions of residents in the great lakes Region who had been alarmed by steadily mounting filth in their Waters. The first Chance the administration had to perform on the Promise was when the e n v i r on mental Protection Agency which had Only been in existence for a Short time sent a $141,000,000 program to the White House for approval involving a dozen demonstration projects and some other Basic Steps. The office of management and budget which last summer had asked Congress to make a Cut in the first real Effort in disposing of polluted spoil dredged from the great lakes harbours took the Epa proposal and tossed it in the waste Basket. Next the president despite the entreaties of his Senate minority whip Michigan a Robert Griffin sent Congress in february a lengthy message on the environment that did not deign to mention the great lakes even once. Griffin was crushed. Yet two months later the president travelled to Canada to sign an unprecedented bilateral anti pollution agreement to clean up the lakes. This now you see it now you done to policy left the sceptics saying that they would believe in the lakes program Only when and if the president agreed to spend some real Money to carry it out. Personally the president did Well. His speech to parliament was delivered with skill and sincerity and his Light remarks at the state functions went off Well even when he and the Canadian governor general matched fluffs by placing cities on Lake Ontario on Lake Erie instead. Nixon and Trudeau covered More ground than had been anticipated and without giving anything away the president seemed to have pleased a lot of canadians while quieting some doubts. Even the weather conspired to make things miserable for the anti Nixon demonstrators by raining for the president s arrival and snowing for his departure. Now. You can to beat that for cooperation. By school report a saw student Congress officers were elected last week following a Friday run off vote scan of Kane is to be next year s president Marshall Hurley is to be vice president Gini Stout is to serve As Secretary and Spencer Seagraves is to act As treasurer. Installation of these new student body leaders will be held at the awards Day program. Voting last week seniors were to pick the faculty member to whom the senior edition of t h e a Tiger prow a would be dedicated. Due to the closeness of the vote two teachers were selected for the Honor they Are mrs. Vivian Davis and mrs. Sandra Stafford. Ragsdale s delegates t o girls state Are Susan Groves and Deatra Hege the two Are to participate in the program which begins june 8th and concludes the 24th of that month. Linda Anderson has been elected president of the French Honor society for the 1972-73 school year. Paul Newby is vice president while to Ralston has been named Secretary treasurer. Majorettes for next year will be led by Marcella Gibhardt. Others on the squad Are Teresa Wrenn Usa Wade Penny Lashley d r u c 111 a Marlow and Vicki Floyd. Most of the group will attend a majorette clinic july 9-14 at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. The choral music department will present its Spring program tuesday May 16th, Ragsdale High by Loren Hill at 7 30 pm. In the school auditorium. Director mrs. Ruth Smith says the program is basically Light in nature and is to be put on by All of the res choral groups. Mrs. Ruth revels director of this years senior class play and the entire cast deserve a great Deal of credit for putting on one of the finer productions in Ragsdale a history. The comedy a rest was performed last thursday evening and again monday morning for the student body. Members of the Superb cast included Nanci Coble Frank Drake. Susan Bass Janet Melvin Richard Nesbitt Chris stack Debbie Cowan. Donna Wood Jay Dunbar Randy Sechrest Jimmy Locke Carolyn Rice James Southerland Unda Bellows Candy Grainger and Brett Wagner. Rag Sdale a Junior senior prom will be this saturday night. To be held at High Points top of the Mart the affair is to get under Way at 8 . Scheduled to perform at the prom is an eight member group booked out of Charlotte

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