High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 30 1972, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina R Mih Hunt in Arpris tue Idoy May 30, 1972 j or i in a. Two r1 senior High school attendance zones this map denotes the boundaries for the High Point senior High school attendance zones for the 1972-73 school year which begins in August. The broken line which begins on the East at the Railroad and High Point school District Boundary and runs West to Centennial and then Northwest in a Zigzag fashion to Eastchester and n. Main and then North on main to the Forsyth county line is the dividing line Between t. Wingate Andrews and Central High school the Northeast area comprising the Andrews District. Students will attend school in the geographic area in which they live except those students enrolled in Andrews High school during the 1971-72 school year and who live in the area marked for Transfer to Central High school May elect to remain at Andrews. Two thefts of budget approved reported to police two separate thefts occurred monday that according to police showed no evidence of breaking and entering in either Case. William Payne of Willow place told police that he found a $150 wrist watch and $11 in Cash missing from a bedroom Dresser drawer and j. C. Curry of old Winston Road reported that a Chain saw and .22 Caliper Rifle were pilfered from his garage. Estimated value of the saw and Rifle was $219. Using a wire pushed through a cracked window was the method of entry for a thief who stole a tape player from a car operated by Jimmy Cox of route 4 Cox told police that he parked his car in the be Boon Beck parking lot on Ward Street for work. When he returned the player was gone. Arrests included Jerry Wayne Leach 16, of Chestnut Street for breaking and entering and larceny. He is being held under $500 Bond. Major Duncan 32. Of Mangum Avenue is under $30 j Bond for assault and Battery on a minor child. Sheriff s office new drug unit May this add year Flowers for All occasion High Point Tao do 9 f o r. St Rac Flower Shor w Ferrao St if re 888-4085 and 882-1617 4-1 Greensboro a new drug unit May be added to the Guilford county sheriffs department during the 1972-73 fiscal year. Sheriff Paul Gibson said monday the special unit which is a part of his budget proposal now before county commissioners would work in Rural areas of the county to apprehend violators. Drug activities he said Are a a filtering from the Urban areas of Guilford county into the Rural areas outside the cities. Gibson said the program now under consideration involves Federal support to build a staff of three men to work in a manner similar to a vice squad. The drug squad would re on Dean s list Fayetteville mrs. Linda Deale Kersey formerly of High Point has been named to the second semester Dean s list at methodist College Here. Mrs. Kerley is the daughter or or. And mrs. Robert c. Deale or. Of High Point and is a 1969 graduate of High Point Central High school. Piece efforts which so far have involved individual deputies within the department together with support from the slate Bureau of investigation Gibson said. The $70,000 drug project is a part of the Over All 1972-1973 program Gibson has handed to county commissioners for study. He said that in All he Hopes to add 23 new workers to the staff bringing the total number of authorized posts to 172. Most of the new workers would be used to strengthen patrol activities throughout the Rural areas of the county Gibson said. Addition of the new deputies would mean More men on duty each shift in the county areas. Gibson noted that approval of the additional men would mean additional patrol activities in the Jamestown area of the southwestern Section of the county. Earlier Gibson said he is looking Forward to placing a patrol unit in the Jamestown area on a full time basis. Residents of that Community have expressed an interest in increasing the level of patrol throughout the town which has no organized police service of its own. At present the southwestern quadrant of the county has been split into two patrol districts with one car operating in the area Between 1-40 and . 29-a and a second car operating to the East. This contrasts with the previous plan which had Only one car in the entire southwestern Quarter of Guilford county. Gibson estimates the approval of the 1972-1973 program will add about $300,000 to his current budget. He said some of the Money will be used for three new cars and their radio equipment. Recently the Board of commissioners approved a plan to establish a detective division within the sheriffs department to handle investigations. Six men who were doing investigation work were assigned to the unit As were four patrolmen the positions of the four patrolmen Are expected to be filled in the new budget. Paper votes to be used in Randolph Asheboro paper ballots will be used by All Randolph voters saturday when they go to the polls for the Runoff primary. Mrs. Helen Barnes executive Secretary to the Board of elections said no voting machines will be used saturday. She said All 39 Randolph precincts will use the paper ballots because of the expense involved in setting up the machines. The City of Asheboro also will use Only paper ballots. The polls will open at 6 30 a m. Saturday and close at 7 30 . Republicans will have Only one ballot to use saturday involving t h e gubernatorial nomination Runoff. Democrat voters will have two ballots including the races for fourth District congressman. . Senator governor commissioner of insurance and commissioner of labor. 2 warrants issued in liquor raid Thomasville two men were to have been arrested today in connection with a liquor raid carried out saturday night by the Thomasville police department and Davidson county Abc agents according to a spokesman for the police department. Capt. Richard Floyd who led the raid at Shuckie private club on Jacob Street said that warrants have been issued against George Lee Morgan 63, of Bower Wood Drvie and Fred Davis 59, of Winston Salem. Both men Are charged with Selling tax paid whisky and Beer. Davis the alleged owner of Snuckie was arrested last month on a similar charge As a result of a previous raid at the same place. Floyd said that Morgan is a member of the club. Law enforcement officers executed the raid at snug Kiesz saturday night at 9 20. According to reports they confiscated 22 cases of Beer and four Gallons of liquor. In other police activities Junior Doss 21, of w. Lexington Avenue was arrested monday by sheriffs deputies on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. City police took Edward Conyers 22, of Black Street into custody for alleged Drunken driving and driving 50 Mph in a 35 Mph zone. Also William Windham reported a tape player valued at $129, stolen from his automobile while parked at Sears in the Southgate shopping Center. Inside City county to have lots for Sale Greensboro anybody need a few Small mostly vacant lots in the City of High Point if so Guilford county will have 34 of them for Sale at an auction planned for late August. Assistant county attorney Ralph Walker said the lots will be sold to get them Back on the county a tax books. The High Point area lots Are not All the county owns Walker said. It has a lesser number scattered in Rural areas and in Greensboro and it plans to offer these for Sale at a later Date. Walker said that 20 of the county lots in High Point Are owned outright he said that 14 others Are now under foreclosure action to be sold for taxes. Generally he said the lots Are 50 feet by 150 feet and most have no improvements. Some. Walker added May have some improvements on them but these Are not Likely to be liable. The land the county will auction at the City county building in High Point is scattered about High Point Walker said. Purchase prices paid for the lots the county already owns will be applied to the county a general fund Walker said. The prices paid for the remainder will be applied toward taxes and costs. In addition Walker said the prices paid for the land will include taxes due and assessment costs so that potential owners will not have to face payment of Back taxes and assessments. Walker explained that Guilford county has owned some of the lots it will sell in August since the late 1940s. He said the county became owner of the lots usually As a result of nonpayment of taxes. Guilford county Walker explained collects High Point taxes As Well As county taxes. He said the common procedure has been for the county to bid on property at foreclosure sales where there were no offers from private owners. On the other hand Greensboro collects its own City taxes and has had a custom of bidding in property which was placed on Sale As a result of foreclosure for nonpayment of taxes. 4 Are injured in 2-car wreck four persons were injured in a two car collision at the in intersection of e. Farriss Avenue and Hamilton Street Mon Day according to police a car driven by Patricia Ann Kinlaw of Summitt Road rolled through a Stop sign and into the Side of a vehicle operated by Clara Granger Grice of Kearns Street. Both Drivers were slightly injured. Two passengers in the Grice Auto Herman Grice 12, and Jerry Wayne Grice 3, of Kearns Street were also injured. 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