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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, High Point, North Carolina North a 98 a 7643 a k j 7 k753 24 West 1053 v q 9 8 2 a 3 j9862 East a akj762 a Jio a 852 a to West South d a q4 a a k 5 a a q to 9 6 4 a a 4 both vulnerable North East pass i a i a pass 4 a pass 5 a pass pass opening Lead a 3 South of 3 a 4 a pass a co by on bridge1 let the cards do the Job by Oswald amp James Jacoby you Don t have to be an expert to work a squeeze. On Many occasions All you have to do is give the cards a Chance. Each cashes two Spades and shifts to the Jack of hearts. Things look pretty bad for South Don t they he has lost two tricks already and there does no to seem to be anything he can do to avoid losing a third one. However the Way the cards lie All a Slaughter Jim Brown. Stella Stevens rip torn last Day shows at-7 10 9 00 0> Towne theatre Semino k Mafi 10 i there s one going on every Day in the classified Section of the Enterprise refrigerators ranges washers dryers freezers. Appliances of every description Are featured in today s classified ads1 its a great place to save and if you want to be a part of the big Sale place your and today by calling $85-2177. 3 lines 8 Days Only 43.60 a 71 South has to do is play the hand out and he will make the rest of the tricks. There is nothing fancy or difficult about the proceedings. He just runs off All his six Trumps and takes care not to discard More than one club from Dummy while he is running Trumps. The last Trump Lead squeezes West. He will Only be Able to hold four cards. He needs two hearts to protect that suit or three clubs to protect clubs. You just can to keep three clubs and two hearts when you Are Down to four cards and As Long As South has paid attention to the cards that have appeared he will make the rest of the tricks. Will he know that he has executed a squeeze maybe not. Maybe he will just think that West discarded badly. It won t matter. Charlotte will Host Agnew rally Charlotte. . Apr vice president Spiro t. Agnew now plans a full scale Campaign rally at Charlotte s Park Center auditorium when he visits the City wednesday. Agnew originally was scheduled to make Only a Brief afternoon Stop at the Charlotte Airport. The vice president now plans to address t h e auditorium rally at 5 30 . It was announced monday by Charles r. Jonas jr., chairman of the North Carolina committee for the reelection of the president. The Park Center facility has a seating capacity of about 2.500 and Agnew is to go there directly after arriving at the i Airport. Details of the vice i presidents trip were being worked out by a committee headed by Jim Martin Republican candidate f o r i Congress from the 9th District. X is High Point Enterprise tuesday october 24, 1972 3b preacher Man inv h Cito hut nog a y. A also at 8 40 Shotgun wedding 1 Rii Hlll or Pius 3rd big hit not my daughter Quot e rated the barn dinner theatre with new Youk cast on til la pm Agic stage 90 Day mistress comedy c sep a we Midway seafood no 2 Highway 311 North a special 4 of. Rib Eye Steak a steaming baked potato with melted butter a Crisp Green salad Choice of dressing a tasty Texas Toast thursday night is kiddie Nile. Every child under 12 will receive a free treat ask cashier special Good 7 Days a week Steak ranch special tuesday and wednesday buy one plate at Reg. Price and the second plate Only v2 Price shrimp Perch flounder oysters to go Call 882-4386 closed mondays owned by Joe Huey and James Moffitt of Burlington in High Point a 1711 North main St i of the greatest adventure known to modern Man 8 men from 8 nations a sailed this tiny boat k of Reeds and rope across the wild South Atlantic in 57 Days. And you Are there 4 i 1 a a or n Rall a papyrus boat Thor Heyerdahl expeditions Over 20 million copies sold special prices for schools and groups phone theatre now for reservations go Friday. Center limited engagement-7 Days Only 1023 00 -8 30 p. M All you can eat we filet of flounder f Gold Ironto Fantt Tony cold slow r children under 12 flounder All you con eat. Child s portion k Mem seafood restaurant 1718 n. Main St. Kaw Jiki Homiuk Jim a morning glory the place for a bitter breakfast a Yum. Yum. Everyone loves our sugar cured Ham biscuits and sausage biscuits. Call ahead for take out orders. Serving a Complete breakfast 7 a m. Toll a m. Morning 1539 n. Main St. Tel. 882-1622 school report is Kwh Ragsdale High by Debbie Carter Homecoming �?~72 will be this Friday oct. 27 we will play the Southern Alamance patriots. This year there were a few changes made in our Homecoming. Traditionally the Home coming court is chosen by each class nominating four girls with the exception of the seniors no nominate six. From which the Queen and the maid of Honor Are chosen. The change made is that the court will be chosen by the members of the varsity football team. The Queen and maid of Honor will be voted on by the student body. The Homecoming court will be presented and the Queen will be crowned at the Homecoming Assembly on Friday. Each attendant will be escorted by a member of the team. Classes and clubs have entered the float Competition and Are vying for the first place i prize. The seniors have a j great float the floats will be i on Parade along with the band. To Lye info Ich j Cine the at he Ina 5l>oppiny Cut Nuci 12u0 in a sic f i Quot Cut throats a a and a Quot prowl girls a doors open at 7 pm weekdays 2 at 3 pm sat. Amp Sun. 2 Wong s of mks restaurant 2872 n. Main Tel. 885-8862 open 7 Days week serving the finest in chinese and american food orders to go Call 885-8862 cheerleaders and Queen and maid of Honor immediately following the Assembly. Seniors voted on members of the faculty last Friday for the dedication of the annual. The dedication will a a supposedly a be kept a secret until the Spring. The Junior and Sophomore officers have been elected. Junior officers Are president Jeff Sechrest vice president. Julia Biggerstaff Secretary Debbie Grant treasurer hol lie Hutchens. Sophomore officers Are president Harold Odum vice president. Alan Johnson Secretary Carol Greene treasurer Ronnie Misenhiemer. Debbie Munn. Julie Parrish. Libby Smith and Powell have entered the High Point Junior miss pageant. The deca club has chosen Star Alderman and Maria Leonard to run for state parliamentarian and Secretary. We at res certainly wish these girls the Best of Luck. Center i is South main St it to be discussed possible guidelines or use in handling problems connected with suspected fraud Are expected to be among the topics brought before the Guilford county social services Board at a meeting Here tonight. The Board will meet at 7 30 p. In. At the Guilford county building on s. Main Street. Several routine business items also Are expected to come before the Board. Helen will scare you you la scream Shelley Winters Debbie Reynolds i what the a matter with t Helen i 40 3 35 5 25 2 7 20 9 of pm j movie ratings Fon parents and Young people Rhth fir a 1 i a 0>i�yt it i int a a a nil 0600 let lu.i0s.a1, 01 Law a f or a Hon thie a Ages admitted o���.0l . O a agis admitted �0f�m0l iu000.4 sour material May to be suitable tor pre teenager Quot Quot Prstt Lutio u�4> i t 0t<0>->00�,.�f a a a 0> 0ult gu0.�.0� o to oni undo i i a Damitio i a a a a me very a �0f0<� 0.00 ipg r x a p tee a a n nim�0 n it 10 mv��0k.n0a the above is published As a Public service by the High Point Enterprise circulator is blamed for Blaze the Lawrence Williams Home at 905 Tryon St. Was damaged sunday at 6 28 p. In. When a leaking Carburettor in an Oil circulator started a fire in the living room. Firemen said Williams collapsed. And it was feared he might have suffered a heart attack. Firemen said they called an ambulance and sent him to the Hospital. An examination revealed that he was not seriously ill but had become Overly excited. The living room of the Home was damaged extensively by fire. The rest of the House had heat and smoke damage. Firemen said Williams had attempted to carry the circulator from the House breaking the fuel line. The line was still feeding the fire with fuel when firemen arrived. Five other minor alarms were received by firemen sunday. At to a. In. They went to 1206 Lancaster St. When a Blower motor on a Furnace overheated and at 2 29 p. In. They had a flooded floor Furnace at 180/ Franklin St. There was a lash fire at a Coin laundry at 1226 Mon lieu ave. At 3 40 p. M. Firemen said lint caught fire in one of the clothes driers but that there was no damage. At 4 40 p. In. Firemen were called to 508 Kent it. When the Gas meter began leaking and at 5 24 p. In. They went to the second floor of the National furniture Market when a ballast in a Light overheated. School slates open House an open House will be held at Kirkman Park school tonight from 7 30-8 30 in connection with american education week. A general discussion of the new report cards and grading system will be held parents will be Able to visit the classrooms following the meeting. Pm Quot Midway last 3 nights a the legend of Nigger Charley a with Fred Williamson As Charley Pius at 9 12 Sidney Poitier in Quot they Cau of or Tibbs Quot. Beth in Calor cartoon of 7 to i to a wednesday special fresh Crisp Garden Green salad topped off with a piece of fresh right from the Patch Strawberry pie and ice cold Tea in. Varsity drive in 2410 n. Main a to Woody Allens everything you always wanted to know about sex but or Ai Ai Aake i Trinity Sam blk w in the Saddle again and still horsing around. Terence Hill Bud Spencer to Ai of is a Colo til Trinity is still my name t a 7 ?0 900 in Hartin twin in a i times j j 700 900 to of hoi Westchester orive/lls-0097 7 a a or m is i ask a Andy to ask a question of Andy address postal cards a not letters a to ask Andy care of the High Point Enterprise. Be sure to include your name age name of your parents and address. Valuable prizes Are Given to those whose questions Are selected for the column. Andy sends a Complete 20-volume set of the Merit students encyclopedia to Sherryl Jones age 12, of Tucson Arizona for her question what color is the brain the brain is the nerve Center of the body. The nerve Center of a town is City Hall with its courts and other municipal offices. Chances Are. It is the most impressive building in town neatly landscaped and flying a colourful Flag. One also might expect the brain to have a very impressive appearance. But this is not so. The ruler of everything that goes on in the body resembles a Large pasty coloured Walnut. Tile body protects i t s precious brain in the Bony Skull. The hard Walls inside Are padded with three layers of fibrous skin and a layer of watery Shock absorbing liquid. The hard working brain fills this protective Skull cavity. Looking like half of an enormous Walnut. Its grooved and wrinkled surface is pasty Grey. This layer of so called Grey matter varies from a fifth to a tenth of an Inch in thickness. Its wrinkles enfold the wrinkled mass of tissue that makes up the major part of the brain. By the time a person reaches the age of 20, this vital nerve Center inside the hard Skull weighs about three pounds a Man made computer can figure larger numbers at higher speeds. But the worlds master computer cannot begin to perform the multitude of Complex operations that an average human brain carries on a1 the time with no Strain at All without a doubt this Small package of soft pasty coloured tissue is by far the most miraculous biological unit that our planet has Ever known. This top part of the brain is a mass of about to billion special nerve cells. It is connected to All parts of the body by networks of nerve fibres. The communication system works by electrical impulses generated in chemical body fluids. In one second signals can Flash Between the brain and a big toe. Sensory impulses carry signals from ail Points to the brain. The data is sorted and evaluated in the Correct brain centers motor impulses Flash Back the brains instructions to the right part of the body. Activities such As walking and talking Are organized by conscious parts of the brain. But we do not have to think about digestion circulation and dozens of other Complex operations because the brain performs them automatically. Researchers have located the brain centers that govern Many of the body a major operations. For example the top motor Center that sends instructions to the left leg. The Matching Center for the right leg is on the opposite left hemisphere. Farther Back Are the opposite centers that receive sensory signals from the feet. The sight Center is placed Low at the Back. The centers that control Eye movements Are located in Complex nerve tissues on the underside of tile Quot Walnut a a assault charge entered after shooting affray a charge of assault with a deadly weapon was entered monday by police against Levearn Smith 25, of Olga Street. According to the warrant Smith is accused of shooting at Melvin Terry or. On sunday in an affray taking place on Meredith Street. A Bond of $200 was set for Smith. Officers investigated the reported theft of two wallets from a parked car monday night. Janice e. Cox of it. 4. High Point said the car had been parked in the first Union Bank parking lot and the theft was discovered shortly after 9 p. In. She said there was no Money in the wallets but they did contain some valuable papers

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