High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 26 1972, Page 34

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 161 Hufh Point Twat Priit Friday May 26, 1171 the Jacobs on Bridge it s the elimination play two Are charged with Possession North scan j is fills a 063 a10 Wist East Ltd a is 74 ski vaq1095 a 10915 a k j4 a j975 2 q83 South a a q to 6 2 vj7 a a72 k64 both ruler Abl West North East South in i pass 3 pass 4 pass pass pass opening Lead Vuk two men were arrested thursday on charges o f felonious Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Henry Franklin Warden or. And Michael Earle Lewis both of skeet club Road Are being held under $2,000 Bond. Approximately 75 Grams of marijuana were found in their Possession. A possible Flim Flam occurred at the Flash Market on n. Main Street. C. R. Mozingo of the store told police that four people entered the establishment and called Mozingo to the rear of the store. Mozingo then noticed another of the men coming from behind the counter with a Candy bar. They Man paid for the bar according to police and then everybody left. Mozingo later found $140 missing. A tape player valued at $100 was taken from a car parked in the Andrews High school lot. Entry into the car owned by Sandra Gilchrist of Asbill Avenue was made with a clothes Hanger. Other arrests included Richard c. Hoover 19, of High Point College for larceny Daniel Kenton 18, of e. Lexington Avenue for uttering a forged paper and Gerald Wayne Holdren 16, of Putman Avenue for forgery. All Are being held under $500 Bond by Oswald i James Jacoby the elimination play is one of the nicest to teach. It usually is rather difficult but pupils just love to see How it works. Today a hand is Given to advanced pupils by Barbara Brier of Miami. Barbara currently holds the worlds mixed pair championship with Waldemar von Zed Witz. Hearts Are led three times. South ruffs High and pulls Trumps with two leads. This sets the stage for a simple elimination play. The Ace and King of chips Are played and the last club is ruffed As is Dummy a last heart. This eliminates everything but diamonds and Declarer leads a Low one toward Dummy with every intention of playing Low and sticking East in. Unfortunately for this plan. If West just plays the eight spot. East will be Able to play the four and wont be in trouble. It is up to Declarer to see a better Way to Force East to Lead a Diamond. The play goes just the same until the last heart is ruffing South discards a Diamond East is on Lead and must either Lead from his King of diamonds or play his last heart to allow South to discard another Diamond while ruffing in Dummy. South look silly if West showed up with the Diamond King yes he would but East really needed that King for his opening bid. Ducc graduation scheduled tonight Lexington the president of the North Carolina department of Community colleges or. Benjamin eagles Fountain jr., will deliver the graduation address at David Wingate grads get diplomas Wingate eight High Point students were awarded degrees during commencement exercises at Wingate College Here recently. Associate in science degrees academic were received by Robert Lloyd Branning of 210 e. Ray ave., Janet Leigh Church of 918 Forrest ave., Barbara Jane Mullis of 2308 Williams ave., George Wilson Howell or. Of 904 e. Farriss ave. And Robert Lloyd Hicks of 1708 Windsor or. Associate in arts degrees literary were awarded to Richard Alan High of 1609 Beau rest ave., Michael Hall Powers of 1134 Tabor St. And James Michael Maready of 513 Shady Rook or. Son county Community College according to or. Grady e. Love College president. The Spring graduation is set for tonight at 8 . At first Baptist Church in Lexington where 141 students Are expected to receive degrees or diplomas in the fifth annual Spring commencement. Or. Fountain is a native of Rocky mount and a graduate of Elon College. After teaching school in Nash county he received his doctorate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and served As professor of education there from 1958 to 1961. He served As superintendent of Elizabeth City City schools for four years before becoming president of Lenoir Community College at Kinston. He was named to his present Post in 1971, succeeding or. I. E. Ready. Or. Fountain was named Lenoir county a outstanding citizen of the year in 1970. He holds membership in a number of civic and professional organizations. He is a presbyterian Church elder. Radio Man Speaks to rotations National radio week speaker at yesterdays meeting of the rotary club was Carl v. Venters jr., president and general manager of radio station fag in Farmville. Radio broadcasting has its problems the speaker said but it is now starting its second half Century of operation and the 340 million radios in the United states outnumber the people. Conceding that there is a struggle for survival nowadays and that some dark Clouds hover overhead Venters said further a radio is always there when you need it. If radio did not live up to its potentials it would not he explained that the Industry is under very strict supervision along with television. A station he pointed out must comply with Federal communication commission guidelines and Federal Trade com Mission requirements must renew its License every three years and must project each year what its activities that year will be. The Type of programs which will be provided the help that will be Given to various projects Ani the coverage that will be Given to sports and political activities were mentioned As some of the problems with which station operators have to Deal. A if some feel that we Are not living up to our obligations we want to hear about it. We Welcome phone Calls. They affect our programs. We Are a member of the Community the speaker said. Frank Lambeth arranged the program and introduced the speaker. He announced that Venters is to assume the duties of president and general manager of station Wplf in Raleigh on june first. School report . Awarded Raleigh James j. Boedicker son of mrs. Josephine Boedicker of 1430 deep River Road in High Point was awarded a pm. D. Degree in biological and agricultural engineering during commencement exercises at . State University Here recently. Left keep it quiet around Here new be elec Trak tractor. No noisy engine runs on batteries turns on like a Light runs on silent electric current Safe As technology can make it. No Gas no smell no Greasy maintenance. Mow lawns plow ground throw Snow trim Hedges even Cut firewood with portable plug in Power tools. Mow up to three acres without recharging batteries warranted five yearsonmodeise20,e15,e12,e12m. W Elom three years on Model e8m. Ii Oil i i a a refuel by plugging into any Standard in outlet. Come and see the Complete line get a free demonstration today manufacturer s suggested retail Price for e 8m plus taxes set up freight charges if any. Free Mower at participating dealers with any be elec Trak tractor during our special Spring introductory Sale. General ii electric consult dealer s listed below for their actual prices and terms in effect High Point Lawn and Garden equipment co. 2928 n. Uain St. Tel. 885-2497 Allin Jay High by Debbie cel Trene the news at Allen Jay this week is a school will be out monday May 29.�?� As you walk Down the Halls you hear students talking of their plans for the summer. If you walked into a senior homeroom you would probably see the number of Days hours and minutes until graduation written across the blackboard. The baccalaureate Sermon will be held sunday May 28, at 8 p. In. In the High school auditorium. The Rev. Glenn c. Powell minister of Providence Wesleyan methodist Church will have the invocation and Benediction. Or. Beldon d. Smith minister of Allen Jay Baptist Church will read the scripture. The Sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Richard j. Crowder minister of first United methodist Church. The High school chorus will sing three songs a the prayer of our lord a a a i will and a a you la never walk serving As marshals in the c commencement ceremonies Are Ricky Ingram chief and Rankin Brown David Smith Joanna Younts Betty Vun Cannon Teresa Lawrence Debbie Kersey and Shelia Johnson. The mascots Are Kathy Russell and David White or. The graduation ceremony will be held May 29 at 8 p. In. In the High school auditorium. The Rev. Robert g Russell Man charged after wreck failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident was charged to Bracy Harold Wilkes 41, of Wilkes Street in a one car wreck wednesday. Welch was injured not seriously in the Accident. According to police Welch lost control of his vehicle sideswiped a parked truck and smashed into a tree. Damage to the car was estimated As a total loss. Jr., minister of Fairfield United methodist Church will have the invocation and Benediction. The valedictorian miss Pamela Swift and the salutatorian miss Jean Creasey will give speeches. Or. A. C. Dawson who is executive Secretary of the n. C. Assn. Of educators will give the address. Following the address. Or. J. E. Press on principal will present the Ronald Younts award scholarships and diplomas. Mrs. Frances mate will provide the processional and recessional music for the commencement ceremonies. The senior class was presented a trophy at the annual signing dance Friday night for receiving the highest number of Points in the Field Day events. Congratulations to Sammy Byers and Jack Reynolds who made All conference baseball. Major brands of Calor to s. Sales amp service a color to a Block 4 Whit to a Storto a radio Hill electronics Hwy. A. I ast or a Scho Ais Ai i Mai attention Archdale Trinity residents Jiff St 2517 South main St. A pay to of you Don t believe that we Are the friendliest people in town just come by our store at 2517 s. Main St. And see when you come by on tuesday wednesday or thursday of each week with $3.00 Worth of dry cleaning we will give you an Eisenhower Dollar. That s 1/3 of your Money Back we will also Wash and Iron 5 shirts for Only $1.25. That s 10c cheaper than they were doing them 7 years ago. How we Wash and Iron 2,000 shirts a week and still smile is a Miracle in itself. Come by and see for yourself closed saturday and sunday for r4r open tuesday saturday 6 30am-6 30pm everything fully guaranteed j ?6f /777/$aoo& vibe Veffa a Toft is. Lake Juno Park Julian and Liberty on u. S. 421 a swimming a picnicking a camping a paddle boats Pavilion Jim a 20 minute Dri a from High Point it a

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