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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Abstentions Are now with abstentions ruled out councilmen must be Clear by Forrest Cates Enterprise staff writer High Point City councilmen will have to be More positive in staking themselves out on Touchy issues As the result of new state Law which went into effect Jan. I. Councilmen can no longer abstain in votes and not be counted if they abstain the abstention will count As a a a yes vote on the Issue. Other changes in municipal government procedures Are required by amendments to state Law adopted by the 1971 general Assembly to become effective Jan. I. I972. City attorney Knox Walker is of the opinion that All of the City a zoning planning and subdivision control ordinances will have to be re enacted to comply with the state Law. A i done to think it was the intention of the Assembly for the cities to have to do this i think it was the intention for the cities to be allowed to keep their regulations the Way they were if that is what they wanted. But the language of statute makes it Wise for cities to re enact their ordinances to be on the Safe Side a Walker said. The main effect of the revised state Law on City councilmen is a provision declaring that All City elections for mayor and councilmen will be held in november. High Point now elects its mayor and eight councilmen in May elections every two years. The move to november Means that the present Council. Whose terms were to expire in May. 1973. Will serve until the following november. An extra six months. The general Assembly made sweeping changes in statutes which provide the zoning and subdivision controls exercised by cities. Refore cities had authority to zone within a one mile radius of their Borders called extraterritorial areas. The new Law extends the zoning and subdivision control arca to three Miles. High Point has for Many years zoned in the one mile area which lies within Guilford county but does not zone across the Davidson and Forsyth counties lines and zones in Randolph Only in areas which have been annexed. Tie City s authority to zone across the county lines has been challenged by Davidson. Walker believes that High Point could zone in the counties under provisions of the state Law. Tile revised statute also potentially changes Trie status of the so called extraterritorial members of the High Point planning and zoning commission before being revised the Law provided that the outside areas be represented on City planning boards. On the local Board there Are five regular members and five extraterritorial members. The revised statute allows cities to make the decision of whether they want outside representatives on their planning commissions. The general Assembly has Given municipalities until july i to bring their ordinances into compliance with the revised statute reforms in the state Abc Law enacted by the Assembly however present High Point officials with a More immediate task. The Law limits the Power of cities to prohibit Sale of Beer on sundays within the corp Ltd rate limits. City ordinances can Only ban sales b y establishments which do not have Brown bagging permits. The state Law permits places with Brown bagging License to sell Beer on sunday. Walker has advised councilmen that if they want to keep the curbs on those who do not have the licenses Thev must repeal the old ordinance and and it a new one. Councilmen Are mulling the Issue now. H i fall Market i n plan nixed Foj t u g in Chicago Art Buchwald a making life miserable Washington a in the super secret documents that columnist Jack Anderson released it was revealed that both president Nixon and Henry Kissinger supported Pakistan much More strongly than the country was led to believe and also were far More hostile toward India than anyone had reason to assume. The transcript of one of the High level meetings held at the White House during the crisis shows that Kissinger took a very Tough stand toward India. Part of the minutes read a Cdr. Kissinger also directed that henceforth we show a certain coolness to the indians the Indian ambassador is not to be treated at too High a now while this sounds Petty when you read it in cold print it is obvious to everyone that the most powerful nation in the world must show its displeasure when it believes another country has let it Down. One of the was this is accomplished is to punish the ambassador As or. Kissinger recommended. Rut How is this done0 deep in the bowels of the state department there is a Bureau whose sole function is to make life miserable for the embassy of a country that the United states is feuding with. It is known As the anti protocol office and it is at present headed up by Horace Ritterman a former guard at Attica prison. I talked to or. Ritterman the other Day and while he refused to confirm or deny that the screws had been put to the Indian ambassador he did Tell me How the anti protocol office operates. A when we get alerted by the White House that the president wishes to show a certain coolness to a country we go immediately into action. The first thing we do is notify the sanitation department not to pick up the embassy a garbage. Then we Send out a Fleet of used cars to Block the embassy a driveway. A we also begin digging a subway station in front of the ambassadors residence with our workers starting to Drill at 5 of clock in the morning. This serves two purposes. It prevents the ambassador from getting any sleep and the dug up Street makes it impossible for him to hold Ain diplomatic receptions because people have nowhere to a a that a pretty i said. A what do you do when someone in the White House says that an ambassador is not to be treated at too High a level a a the first thing we do is notify All the restaurants in town that if the ambassador reserves a table he is to be seated next to the Kitchen door. A then we Send out word to the town s caterer that when the ambassador holds a party he must be provided with three Day old hours do oeuvre. A we also telex All Washington hostesses to say that of he is invited to a dinner party the president wishes him to be seated a below the a when the ambassador requests to see the Secretary of state he is Given an audience with a code clerk trainee. We Tow his car away while he a in the build a to ing. A you people done to fool i said. A we done to set policy Here. We Only follow orders a or. Ritterman said. A what if the ambassador gets angry and goes Back to his own country in a Huff a said Ritterman with a smile a we notify the airlines and they arrange to lose his copyright 1972, los Angeles times Kitchen damaged by grease fire the Kitchen of the Robert Mcdonald Home at 1403 Foust St. Was damaged by fire wednesday about 4 18 . When a pan of grease ignited on the stove. Firemen said the flames spread up to a window and the ceiling and burned the area immediately around the stove. No damage was reported to other parts of the House. A strange occurrence for mid january was reported by firemen today. They said an automatic alarm at High Point fixtures was accidentally set off at 4 45 a When lightning ran in on the wires. T v r p p 0 r n s t e Section i thursday afternoon january la 1972 Market dates by Robert Marks Enterprise St of writer future dates for furniture markets in the South and in Chicago depend on decisions expected to be made in High paint feb. In. The importance of that Date when the boards of directors of both the Southern furniture manufacturers Assn. And the furniture factories marketing Assn. Of the South arc to meet in High Point loomed larger today after another change in dates for markets in Chicago. The Chicago Home furnishings marketing Council Vester Day rescheduled the june Market in that City the Council had announced last december a change in Market dates that would eliminate both the january and june markets in Chicago. Under the new schedule proposed by the Council markets would be held in Chicago in the Early Spring and the Early fall just prior to the Enterprise draws blast by Spelman on the Alert for an explosion High Point City firemen stood by wednesday morning when a Tanker truck loaded with naptha. A flammable liquid became stuck in a ditch. The truck was removed without incident and a 11h Only slight damage. According to officers the truck was attempting a turn from Trinity Avenue onto Prospect Street w Hen the shoulder of the Road gave Way under the trucks weight. There were no injuries Nio try Art a Char a Leonard St. School hit by thieves three break ins were reported to police tuesday the most costly being at Leonard Street school where thieves made off with almost $1,000 Worth of office machines. Janitor Herbert Mcmullin told police he found that a window had been broken with a Hammer to gain Entrance to the school. Once inside thieves took an electric typewriter and two adding machines Worth about $940 the intruders did about $100 damage to doors and windows inside the building. Dale Wilkerson of Grace Street said his Home was the target of thieves wednesday. He said two containers of coins and Bills about $120, were taken trom the Kitchen after thieves broke in at a rear door. Wilkerson also said that a camera and Rifle Worth about $105 were taken from a bedroom. Thieves took the up and Over route tuesday night w Hen they entered Silver Spur discount on n. Centennial Avenue. Officers said the thieves went above the ceiling in an adjoining laundry and crawled Over and Down into the discount store. Taken were two Coats valued at $69.90. Miles thalasinos of Merle Street said a tape player. converter radio and two tapes valued at a total of $200 were stolen from his car while it was parked in a lot at Phillip Foscue. Debbie Halmas of Durham said a $16 watch was stolen be Leonard on 2d Winter Market opens monday the Winter furniture Market will open Here monday and continue through thursday Jan. 20. Retailers from throughout the Southeast Are expected to Register at the Southern furniture exposition building. Dealers from North Carolina. South Carolina Virginia and West Virginia will make up the majority of registrations this regional Market will feature several Industry meetings at feb prior to the opening Day. There will be a meeting of the directors of the Virginia Carolinas Home furnishings representatives Assn. On sunday in the feb East conference room at 2 39 . Newly elected officers will be installed for 1972 the members of the Southern buying Syndicate will meet at 8 a in. Monday in the Southern furniture club at top of the Mart to discuss merchandising plans for Spring and summer. Lbs officials will review the manufacturers current Market introductions. The awards dinner for the Virginia Carolinas Home f furnishings representatives Assn will be held at top of the Mart at 6 30 ., monday january 17, 1972 three furniture South awards of Merit will be presented to an outstanding retailer in each of three states North Carolina South Carolina and Virginia the a fan Joy award will go to a member of Sci Fra in recognition of service to the association. An outstanding Salesman in pc Fra will be named to receive the cd Vos Burgh. Or. Award. By Robert Marks Enterprise staff writer Robert a Spelman executive vice president of the Southern furniture manufacturers san has taken Strong exception to an editorial which appeared in the Enterprise on Jan. 7. The editorial discussed a proposal by an Sema task Force that the pattern of National furniture markets in the South in april and october be changed to one major Market a year in the Early Spring the editorial warned a a combination of developments appears to us to have created a very real and present danger that this area s claim to be the furniture capita of the world could he reduced to an empty boast within a matter of it cited the proposal by the Sema task Force and developments in Chicago to reschedule its two markets a year to the Spring and the fall. In a confidential letter dated Jan to which was sent to the marketing and Dindri Button task Force. Spelman described the editorial As a of no great significance except that it reflects a panic that is artificial a copy of the editorial was attached to the letter. Spelman claimed there Are a two Basic errors in the editorial. he said a is within a week. The National furn. Ure Powers outside the South had be stirred themselves a actually the Chicago Days were decided three Davs before the marketing and distribution task Force met and announced in had Home furnishings daily a Trade publication on Friday Dee. 17 Soma released its Story the following monday. Dec. 20 the editorial makes it appear that Chicago reacted to the marketing and distribution task Force recommendation not so a the second error Spelman continued a is that a Sema announced if considering a major Market adjunct. Consume Rama 2 in w Inston Salem a convention this is a consumer show it has t a thing to do with markets. Toe audience is the general Public t h e purpose to inform consumer and stimulate retail sales a a the tone of the editorial is so Spelman concluded a it makes one wonder Olio the author might the editorial was written by Joe Brown editor of the Enterprise. Wrecks injure two slightly two persons were injured in wrecks wednesday but neither was believed serious. Patsy Ann Thomas Laughlin of Flint Avenue was injured when she said a car passed her. Making her lose control of her vehicle. The Laughlin car ran off the right Side of Sherman Road near Fower place and went into a ditch. Officers said John Wayne Dunlap 36. Of s. Main Siree was injured when his car ran into the rear of a City tank a truck stopped on s. Main Street near Moore Avenue to fill up with water. Dunlap was charged with operating a car intoxicated. The Driver of the Tanker want Roger Gray Poindexter 25, of Cloverdale Street. Spring and fall National markets in North Carolina. The january Winter Market is under Way in Chicago this week the next Market in Chica g it. According to the new schedule proposed by the Council would be sept. 30 through oct 4. This was dropped by the Chicago Home furnishings marketing Council at a meeting yesterday however and the decision was made to go Back to the schedule for the june Market. A pc. Ring to information received by the Enterprise several major Case goods manufacturers from the South attended the meeting yesterday to protest the new Market dates in Chicago. The objection of the Southern manufacturers apparently was a major Factor in the decision to drop the Early fall Marke and go Back to tile june Market in Chicago. I he Chicago Market now in tends to wait and see what changes May be made in Market dates in the South. Tile Chicago dates will then he scheduled t o complement those in the South. The Enterprise Learned at the meeting Iii High Point on f be a. The Sema Hoard of directors is to consider a proposal from a marketing task Force for one style introduce Tion one major Market a year in the South the task Force promised that the one major Market tie held in the Early Spring in High Point and in Piffier factory showroom enters in North Carolina chairman f die task Force is William of Stevens or. Executive vice president of Broyhill furniture industries in Lenoir Stevens is also president of the Sema and of furniture factories marketing Assn of the South the efm As schedules tin dates for the Spring and fall markets. Unaffected by the task Force proposals Are the regional markets now held in High Point in january and july. Dates for these markets Are set by the Southern furniture exposition building in High Point a there now seems to be a consensus that an annual style introductory Market is More eminent than Semi annual introductions a Stevens said he added that the task Force favored an Early Spring style introductory Market rather than the present Southern markets. A arguments were presented in favor of both Spring and Stevens said a but the one that prevailed was that new styles introduced in the Spring could be delivered in time for the retailer s bed Seiling the final decide n on uie one Market a year proposal will tie made by the . The Soma Board is expected to make a recommendation on the task Force proposal and then Send its recommendation on to the it Mas Board the Sema Board is scheduled to meet in High Point during the morning on feb 16 the of Mas Board is expected to meet in High Point that afternoon the scheduling of one major Market a year for the furniture Industry has been debated within the Industry in growing frequency in recent years. Production and distribution costs and major changes in Sec fall on Page 2-d three from High Point area Morehead candidates listed g r e Ensor of Nineteen High school senior men from four counties in this area will be interviewed thursday Jan. 20, by the District v. Morehead selection committee. Interviews will be held at the Albert pick Motel. District v nominees Are Louis Carr Allen Iii and Haywood Jefferson Powell jr., Burlington d i grit paddle wheelers schedule race Little Rock. Ark map the first Steamboat race on the Talmadge Kernodle jr., Elon Arkansas River in this cent College Lawrence Bedward Rye Between the Delta Queen key Haw River Jan Craig and the Border Start will be Buckner Siler City Jeffrey held Here feb. 27. Alan Allred. Tony Lyn Shaver the two paddle wheelers will and Michael Elliott sink High begin at the main Street Bridge Point and Randall Craig in Little Rock and go six Miles Sechrest Jamestown downstream and race Back to others Are Benjamin the Bridge. Franklin Aycock jr., Donald West Boyd. Steven Andrew Dingeldein Cyrus Murry Johnson jr., William i be Saunders or. And David Mclean Wells Greensboro Cecil Eugene Faircloth jr., Brown Summit Charles Waldo Sanford jr., Randleman and William Scott Hager and Bruce Douglas Voncannon. Asheboro. James Webb of Greensboro is chairman of the District ii committee. Members Are Al Resch. Silver City Henry a Foscue or High Point t. Henry Redding. Asheboro and Clyde Gordon and Isaac b. Grainger. Burlington. District v is composed of Alamance. Chatham. Guilford and Randolph counties. Six finalists will be chosen from District v. These Young men will visit Chapel Hill March 3-5 for interviews with the Central Mot he Ead selection committee. Each of the state s to Morehead awards District committees will select six finalists. The 60 North Carolina finalists will join 52 nominees from 26 private preparatory s cd on is throughout the East f or interviews at the Morehead planetarium Here the same weekend. The Morehead foundations Board of trustees makes the final selection of scholarship winners. Hugh g. Chatham of Elkin is chairman. Members Are Alan t. Dickson of Charlotte. Frank Borden Lianes of Winston Salem. Richard t. Chatham or. Of Eklin and or. Robert Cluett of York University in Toronto Canada. Morehead awards provide All expense paid under graduate educations at inc at Chape Hill. The value of the award for n c. Residents is $2,250 per year or $9 too for four years of study. The late John Motley Morehead a Uno graduate and native North carolinian established the awards in 1951. An Engineer and founder of Union Carbide Morehead lived in Rye n.y., until his death in 1965. T

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