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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 10, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Wren is ramblings school funding defended by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro a Randolph county school superintendent John Lawrence has taken exception to figures released recently by the North Carolina education association which purports to show Randolph county is not spending As much Money per child As other school districts do. Lawrence said he feels Randolph county is spending More per child on capital outlay than Are most of the other systems which Are spending most of their funds on program service. He said the Oncea figures Are drawn up mainly pointing out funds spent on teacher salaries or supplements and not on those spent on capital outlay. A a it a not that we Are doing too badly we Are having to build so rapidly a he returned. Randolph county Over the past four years has been spending most of its funds on providing new High schools and gyms for the county system. A we will average spending about $80 per child for new buildings and we would like to see other systems match this figure a he said. A later when we Are caught up on new buildings and improvements then we can improve expenditures on program service which Are funds used on anything to do with the instructional program supplies personnel both professional and non professional such As secretaries and Plant operation a he explained. A when those Oncea figures came out of Raleigh they entered strictly on personnel and not capital outlay a he said adding a a whole lot More must be done than just supplements for a when a system As Large As the Randolph county school system can put one million dollars into capital outlay without a Bond Issue then it Speaks pretty Well for us. Other systems As Large or larger to spend such a sum must Call for a Bond Issue a he continued. He said the Randolph build ing program stands As a real example of the benefits of a pay As you go plan which does not Cost the taxpayer additional woes. A if you can make it this Way pay As you go you save the taxpayers a lot of Money Over a 20-year period in interest alone a he said. He noted that out of a $1.10 per $100 property evaluation Randolph schools receive 71.47 cents. Thanks to one of its longtime businessmen and residents the City of Randleman will get a new Library building much quicker than it might otherwise. Mayor j. C. Dawkins announced tuesday night that Randleman druggist Howard Ferguson owner and operator of Economy drug co. On main Street will donate approximately 30 per cent of the Cost of the $100,000 building planned or $30,000. Both Ferguson and his wife Are members of the Randleman Library Board. The Library fund has also received $44,550 in Federal funds to Aid in the construction of the building which will be located off the Large City parking lot adjacent to the present City Hall. Randolph commissioners say they Are not yet ready to adopt a zoning ordinance for Purgatory Mountain. The Board members say a number of revisions Are needed before they stamp final approval on the proposed ordinance which has drawn so Many complaints and hard feelings from residents of the Grantville Community and Grant township. The commissioners also feel any proposed ordinance should be checked out by the Randolph county Board of health to make sure health regulations and zoning regulations done to conflict. One Point the commissioners is not expected to change their minds on is to zone As far As five Miles from the zoo site in some areas and less than a mile in others. To grand jury found the Randolph county jail in Good shape but it noted deputies salaries Are not up to Par. The grand jury report included a recommendation that the deputies pay be increased. Said one Deputy sheriff after Reading the report a a there a a lot of Good people on that jury a lot of Good the Randolph commissioners have not acted on the recommendation and probably will not until time for drawing up a new budget Rolls around. When the Randolph county Board of education meets on monday it will have a request from the county commissioners that a portion of the present Erindale school Campus be turned Over to the county for a site of a county building. The commissioners want to see How the school Board feels about the request and to find out where it had rather have the proposed Structure in relationship to the school. The county is having to move out of its present quarters in Archdale and it needs a new Home As soon As one can be built. Some Eastern Randolph High school students Are eagerly watching a state Board of education meeting going on in Raleigh this weekend. From the Board is expected to come a decision As to whether some of the aviation senior students at the school will be Able to take flying lessons. The school has also asked for flight training equipment needed for its aerospace industries course. Eastern Randolph senior High is one of the few High schools in the state offering an aerospace industries course. A new program which the school Hopes to get started this year includes an aviation science course for sophomores. The new class will carry a science credit rather than an occupational educational credit for those who pass it. If seniors Are permitted to take flight lessons then they will use the facilities at either the Greensboro High Point Airport or the Raleigh Dur Ham Airport. Quality office supplies for your business prompt and efficient delivery service 8 30 til 5 00 Jarrett a a stationery company it Lur 72nd War 1 16 w Rynn b82-161hmoney course continuing the third and fourth meetings in an eight session course on Home Money management at the High Point Public Library will be held tuesday and thursday night in the audio visual room at 7 30 The four week Basic information series on Money counselling combating inflation and consumer education is co sponsored by the Library and High Point consumer counselling. Inc. Mrs. Doris Lindsay is instructor. On tuesday night mrs. Lindsay will cover store policies repairs and frauds using filmstrips and tapes As Well As discussion. High Point Enterprise sunday sept. To 1972 3a actor sought for play members of the cast and Crew for a Stop the world a i want to get off Quot Are looking for a male no taller than 3�?T6&Quot. The Tower players at High Point College will present a Stop the world a a musical by Anthony Newley nov. 2-4, and they need someone to play the role of the boy. A we would prefer a cute rotund boy to play the part Quot said Leslie Drummond of mount Prospect 111., publicity chairman for the dramatic group. There is no age limit for the person who will play boy. A we need someone As old As possible a miss Drummond said. A there is no dialogue and very Little acting in the role Quot she added. The Young character actor will participate in two weeks of night rehearsals during which time he will receive opportunities to View scene construction staging of the musical and dress rehearsal. Anyone in the greater High Point area who fulfils the qualifications mentioned above May Call 885-5101, Extension 32 and make an appointment with the director of a Stop the world Quot Sandra Epperson. Miss Epperson is instructor in drama at High Point College. Auditions for the role of boy will be conducted Only Between 2 and 5 ., sept. 12-15. A we would like to make a Star out of someone a miss Drummond concluded. High Point s Russell Stover Candy Man for Over eleven year Calhoun drug store 1731 Mon lieu ave. Phone 883-41 19 read the want and last week a Randolph Conn savings and seat belts have a lot in common both Are for your Protection so buckle up for safety and buckle Down to a steady savings program. 4 reasons including Price to pick Ford courier Over other imports courier is the import with the Long list of Standard equipment features at right Are extra Cost on some imports or Aren t available. They re All included in courier s Loo Standard Price so Are the Peppy 1800-cc overhead Cam engine and the easy shift 4 Speed transmission. Courier is the import Ith the Long wheelbase to smooth the ride you get the extra smoothness of a Long t04-Mch wheelbase and a great cab in which to enjoy the ride. 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