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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Mime theatre to appear oct. 25 in Greensboro Greensboro a performance by the Claude Kip ills mime troupe and a sonata recital by John Ferrell and Kenneth Amada a pair of talented musicians will highlight cultural events at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro during the remainder of october. Kipnis will bring his Quot mime theatre Here for an oct. 25 performance in War memorial auditorium As part of unc Gas concert and lecture series. His troupe will perform the night before at Guilford College with both productions beginning at 8 15 . The other program features John Ferrell a violinist who is professor of violin at the University of Arizona and Kenneth Amada. A pianist and an associate professor at the troupe member University of Iowa. The two will perform oct. 23 at 8 15 . In Curry auditorium on Campus. Kipnis was born in Paris and after studying with Marcel Marceau he established a school of mime in Israel. He came to the United states for the first time in 1966 for a nine week engagement in new York City. Since then he and his group have completed National Tours and have appeared on . And British television the mime company composed of four men and three women Are All former Kipnis students from either Illinois or the american Academy. They have been performing for Only five seasons. His program of contemporary pantomime is entitled. Quot opus Blue. Is the Ferrell Amada program will feature a sonata. Opus 30, no. 2�?� by Beethoven Ysaye a Quot ballade for violin alone and Quot sonata in d minor opus 108&Quot by Brahms. Ferrell made his new York debut recital in 1958 in Carnegie Hall and since then he has appeared As a soloist with the Eastman Rochester symphony the Kansas City philharmonic and the Oklahoma City symphony. Amada has appeared throughout the world on radio. To and in recitals As guest soloist with the Philadelphia orchestra under both Eugene Ormandy and Arthur Fiedler. Family budget increase predicted for year 2000 Chicago apr salaries up by 177 per cent a sound impossible no. Not if you look into the Crystal Ball at the year 2000 Quot and that is Good news for the family budget custodian Quot says a recent report offering a glimpse of How 21st-Century families will be living the report from the financial services Arm of Esmark predicts that income for a husband and wife with two school age children will average $38,041 a compared to today s $13,721. Homemakers will Delight in the fact that food costs will be Down. Quot approximately amp per cent of Gross i Coryie will be spent on filling the family Larder a opposed to 25.3 per cent today. Modern automated food processing technologies will help bring food prices Down. Quot shelter will go up slightly compared to 1974 americans today spend roughly 24 5 per cent of their income for housing a 25 per cent will be spent in 2000 a the forecast is for More of the family Dollar going into savings insurance and Ift. Vestments 25 years hence pc. per cent. The probably 0f longer life for the average americans will automatically trigger tire need for meaningful retirement programs r re r a rest and ,0ck�? will figure prominently in the 21st-Century budget. Quot with More Leisure time and Shorter work weeks families will earmark a larger share of the familial pocketbook a 5 per cent a to recreational activities Quot the family of 2000 will also have Verv definite attitudes of where they live Quot the repeat emphasizes. A tia Raed communities a now int their infancy a will be life futuristic life style Froese new towns will feature one Stop living work and play areas. Quot taxes will probably take a bigger bite from the income a simply because of an Over All increase. But. By and Large things look Good for the budget of year 2000 Quot More Money better health easier life and More recreation in the year 2000? Garden questions answered q. I had problems with several diseases in my vegetable Garden this summer. Can i do anything about such problems now a. C., Cary a. Yes fall is an Ideal time to begin a Good sound disease control program. Here Are fall practices that Are very profitable destroy crop residue plow out old Root systems and expose them to the elements destroy weeds and Plant the Garden site in a Good cover crop such As wheat or other Small grains. Also plan a crop rotation system. Most vegetables should be rotated with Sweet Corn or turf. Take soil samples for nematode assay and fertilizer recommendation ii e. Duncan Extension Plant pathologist q. I m beginning to see Daffodil and Tulip bulbs on display in stores. Can these be forced into Bloom indoors during the Winter it mrs. E. R. Charlotte a. Yes. In late october or Early november pot the bulbs in Clay pots containing Rich potting soil. Use three to five bulbs per pot according to the size of the bulbs. Bury pots in trenches outdoors six to eight inches deep. Place dead leaves on top of the pots. Cover the pots with soil. Of you have a problem with rodents cover pots with a Quot Cage Quot made of Fine mesh wire. After six weeks bring pots indoors and place in half Light at 40 to 50 degrees apply a Little water. When Flower spikes appear give Complete fertilizer Henry j. S. Smith Extension landscape Horticulturist q. Should a tree that has been killed by Southern Pine beetles be saved for firewood my neighbor says the beetles Are Likely to spread from the woodpile to healthy Pines. W. G., Burlington High Point Enterprise. Friday october 18, 1974 7a pair takes foolish chances dear Ann i am a 17-year-old High school senior who needs an answer. I Hope you will print the advice because there is no Way i can risk getting a letter with such information in the mail. My Mother would surely open it and All hell would break Loose. My steady and i have been going together for 14 months. We started to have sex three months ago please done to Tell me to Stop because we tried to three times and its impossible. We even made promises to each other and an oath on the Bible. It did t help what i need to know is this when is the safest time for me to have Intercourse because i sure Don t want to get pregnant. I Hope you won t suggest planned parenthood or anything that has to do with birth control. It is against my religion also my boy friends thinks and i agree that any artificial methods would cheapen the Beautiful love we have for each other. Please. Ann try to understand and help us. A very Anonymous dear . What you Are already doing is against your religion Dummy. I wish you both lots of Luck if you continue to play Vatican Roulette because you re certainly going to need it. The rhythm system is the least see the exciting new 75 Wall covering patterns a Scenic a Burlap a grass cloth a Vinyl Ann Lander say m Safe Way to prevent pregnancy. In fact at least 15 per cent of the time it does t work the system has to he worked out with a professional according to each woman s Cycle. The problem lies in the fact that most women a cycles Are somewhat irregular. If a woman miscalculated by even one Day she has a new name. It is my advice is to go to planned parenthood or your family doctor and not take any More foolish chances. Dear Ann my Mother had a Beautiful Gold Bracelet. Since i was the Only daughter it was natural for her to Promise it to me. Whenever she wore that Bracelet she mentioned that one Day it would be mine. A few weeks ago Mother passed away. The Gold Bracelet was not with the rest of her things when the family gathered to Divide her few meaningful possessions. No one seemed to know anything about it. Last week i Learned my brother had Given the Bracelet to his 13-year-old daughter. That brat never gave two hoots for her grandmother she was a rude and disrespectful child. Today when i saw her wearing the Lovely Bracelet my blood began to boil. What should i do7 out dear of Tell your brother the Bracelet was promised to you and you d like to have it. Too had your Mother did t put the Promise in writing. She could have prevented what is sure to be a great Deal of unpleasantness. Dear Ann i know Vou Aren t a doctor hut you have Good connections. Here a the problem. When i get tense i perspire profusely especially my hands. It s very embarrassing when in a in a group and have to shake hands especially in a receiving line. I wore Cotton gloves once and Felt very out of place because no other woman had gloves on. Three doctors have Given me medication but nothing works. I would bless you forever if you could suggest something a wringing wet dear wet your problem is not uncommon. It is called hyper Drosis. Some drugs give Relief but the Side effects May cause problems. If you be seen three doctors i suggest you see one More a dermatologist. If he is persistent he May hit on the drug or combination of drugs that Wilt solve your problem without creating new ones. Egg supplies Are expected to increase by 3 to 4 percent in 1974. Iff til 76? n mom St. _ Lei 862-8147 silts 1529 North main St. Children s shoe specialists Quot Tad Quot scuff resistant toe and Heel for added Wear. Blue. Brown. Stride rite Mem 6-8 $14.50 7to-12 $16.00 a eee store hours tuesday saturday 10 00-5 30 open Fri. Till 9 . Closed mondays Quot emphatically report concludes. Yes Quot the a. Beetles do their dirt work and leave. They Are usually gone by the time that a Pine is dead. So it is Safe to use the Wood for firewood. In fact i would recommend it. You might want to take a few precautions against borers termites and other insects that get into dead Wood. Stack the Wood in the open and not Between two healthy Trees also avoid stacking it against the foundation of your House or next to the baseboard in the basement. Fred Whitfield Extension forester at Home a to shirt and drawstring pants pair up to make the easiest fitting Panama set around. Flowers for All occasions High Point a loading float Grace Flower shop a trek wit it Tim Iii 40h a a Psi tour _ we have a soft spot in our heart for Young lovers. Happy Days Are Here again Al and company everybody is having fun at our i a a it if you re planning to build a life it out right by finding a Church and attending it regularly. We d like you to know that we re interested in you and your future life together and we offer ourselves to you in Christian love. Visit us soon. Find out How god can help you Over the years to get More out of life. First Baptist Church 405 n. Main Street Alfred e. Miller pastor mystery discount Sale of you received a mystery discount envelope in the mail bring it to the store and see what you have won. It not come in and ask for one. Everybody wins either a 10%-12%-15%-20% discount on everything you buy or a $50 free shopping spree to be used now through october 31 11 ib-4 Summ a

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