High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 5 1974, Page 17

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Youth problems Lead to drugs Una news i Reau Chapel Hill a a Brand new Way of looking at drug problems was made Public Here saturday As some of the nation s most innovative researchers in drug abuse education met on the unc school of pharmacy Campus a no More do we see drug use As a problem in itself Steve Moore said Quot we see drug use As an intertwined part of Youthful growth experience and solutions to As youth problems Are solved drug use drops Moore said. By providing positive outlets for Youthful enthusiasm and initiative the negative use of drugs is thereby decreased Moore was conference coordinator and has for the past two years played a key role in making the unc school of pharmacy s drug abuse education program a National Model or George p Hager Dean of the unc school of pharmacy welcomed guests and made a Brief presentation on saturday morning or. Hager is regarded nationally As a Pioneer in drug abuse education programs Michael Sonnenreich. Vice president of the National coordinating Council on drug education said drug education has progressed from fear and threats to humanistic concern and feeling great changes Are coming about in the formerly ominous Field of drug education Sonnenreich said. Now we Are hearing a great Deal More about Quot caring feeling a a Loving a and communicating Quot Xenia Wiggins from the Southern regional education Board pointed to the new look in education methods. Pushing drug facts and Laws at Young persons is far less effective than working with their individual needs and values she said the new approach is carried out through publications audiovisuals and teaching methods Ann Argo of the Arizona corrections and Reform department reposed on her use of dramatic acts As a Way of enhancing self esteem it the Lack of which is a definite cause of drug use Argo said i. Three facing drug charges three defendants charged with drug violation waived preliminary hearings thursday in District court and were bound Over to Superior court for trial they were Mary Ellen Flowers and Ronald Lewis Harris 22. Both of Brentwood Street and both charged with Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and Stephen Lamon Daniels of i Engford Street distributing heroin. Steven Daniels. 25. Of Langford Street waived Perlini Inary hearing on a charge of larceny by breaking and entering and was bound Over for trial. Probable cause was found in an armed robbery count against James Lewis Lang of by i Kernersville. He was bound Over for trial on a charge he robbed de Dunbar March 25 of $35 at the Point of a knife. Donald Ray Chapman of Cliffside drive charged with first degree burglars was if found guilty of Misdemeanour i breaking and entering he was Given 90 Days suspended on condition he spend nine i Days in jail a nol pros with leave was taken in a robbery count against Stephen Lamoni Daniels of Martin Street. He i was accused of robbing Earl j Davis of $26 by Means of an j assault nov. To Daniels waived preliminary hearing and was bound Over on a charge of Possession of heroin a charge of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting i serious injury against Joann Council of Vav Kearns Avenue was reduced to Misdemeanour assault with a deadly weapon she was Given 90 Days suspended and taxed costs Melvin Dickenson 23. Of Olga Street charged with breaking and entering was found guilty of forcible trespassing he was Given $90 Days suspended and tined $25 and costs 99 working judge judge _ James 8. Exam candidate for North Carolina supreme court Asp window cleaner Spray 3 j 5-ox. A. A a Asj it Winrow cleaner refill 3 20-oz.1 Boti. 16-oz. Cans or Jane Parker Pecan twirls a Jap All a n a Roc flavors a Yogurt a a cup Ziv deodorant 7-oz. Pkg. A fury. Jim r. 8 of. Cups regular medium yellow Squash White 19 onions lbs. F j r Hearty r and vigorous our own teabags Orang or Grap 48-ct. Pkg age fruit drinks \ 4 a 46-ox. Cans w a w i High Point committee for Exum rn1 i to r c by a w

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