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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 28 High Point Enterprise Friday september i 1972 dry forces gain \ liquor by drink Battle in legislature unlikely motorcyclist Archdale Trinity schools is injured in Accident show enrolment increase Raleigh a liquor by the drink May shift from major to minor As an Issue for the next legislature. It touched off one of the big brawls in 1971, and observers looked for a re run on a similar scale. Now it begins to appear the proposition will have a lower status on the general Assembly Agenda. As the session approaches proponents have yet to gear up a renewed drive to overhaul North Carolina Laws which say you can buy a bottle but not a drink. Meanwhile foes Are convinced that results at the polls in legislative races have strengthened their Battle lines against any change. A we gained considerable ground in the Spring primary a said the Rev. Coy Pri Vette of Kannapolis a dry Leader. A if we do As Well in the general election liquor by the drink will be a dead Issue for the �?~73 head Welcome that outcome he said so More attention can be Given to Highway safety and Laws to keep drinking Drivers off the roads. By Bryan Haislip a few association in of afternoon Jiw a Jeff dailies Al or Privette a Baptist minister is president of the North Carolina Christian action league. The rallying organization for anti liquor forces the league also has taken up the cause of Highway safety. So far leadership has not emerged f o r liquor by the drink advocates in the coming session. Hie North Carolina travel Council which twice carried the Ball has decided against Active participation. Two legislators who had leading roles last time said they will bless involved. Rep. Claude Debruhl of rum Combe said he will not police report 2 cars stolen parts removed two cars were stolen from country club drive residences thursday and found later by Law enforcement officers with parts removed. A 1963 Model belonging to James Woodrow Younts was stolen from his driveway and taken about a mile away to Wales Street where it was stripped of a front a tape payer and other parts. N. C. Johnson a 1967 Model car also was taken from his driveway. Thomasville police recovered the vehicle on Highway 109 just North of the chair City. It also had been stripped. Narcotics officers thursday arrested Mattie Floria Quick. 29, of s. Elm Street on a charge of simple Possession of a controlled drug. The warrant alleges she had 24 capsules of Phe Nophan in a paper bag she was holding in her hand. She was taken into custody at a local drug store. Miss Jane Hayworth of e. Russell Avenue told police thursday that a boy came to her Back door knocked and then tried to enter. She said the door was locked and the boy left. Miss Hayworth said she then observed the boy go next door to her grandmothers House master s degree William Gary Jones son of i or. And mrs. W. G. Jones of j Kernersville recently was j awarded a master s degree during summer graduation exercises at Tulane University in new Orleans la. And go inside. She said she went next door and entered through the front door thinking her grandmother was Home. Miss Hayworth said the boy ran out the front door. When the grandmother returned Home she said an undetermined amount of change was missing. M. B. Minoan of Eastchester drive said an assortment of tools valued at about $480 was stolen from the seat and floor Board of his truck parked at his Home. Mrs. Alfred Douglas of Clara Cox apartments said a $30 Battery was stolen from her car parked at Home Harold Alexander of Greensboro Road reported an $80 chair stolen from in front of his apartment Alexander s apts and a vending machine was forced open at the red Dot at Tryon Avenue and Ennis Street. Leon Moffitt of Davis patrol reported finding a truck broken into at w. Green drive and Ward Street. Beer valued at $48 65 was taken after one of the compartments on the truck was forced open. Other arrests thursday included Willie Eugene stud Derton. 26, of Sherrod Street uttering a forged Check and will Cox 30. Of Woodbine Street driving under the influence of intoxicants. Sponsor a Bill although he is still favourably disposed to the idea. He said the Mecklenburg delegation would he the Likely source for legislation. Some statewide plan for liquor by the drink is in North Carolinas future Debruhl predicted. A if not in �?~73, then in �?~75,�?� he added. Sen. Eddie Knox of Mecklenburg said there has been no discussion As yet on drafting a Bill. Such planning would be premature he indicated before the general election. While he will Honor the wishes of constituents in supporting legislation Knox said he does not expect to be As personally involved in the Issue As in the previous session. A there Are other issues i want to give my attention to a he explained. Leaders in Charlotte the states most populous City have been aggressive in seeking changes in the system of alcoholic beverage control As a boost for convention traffic and business development. The last legislature approved local acts for liquor by to drink votes in Mecklen furniture City All Breed dog show scheduled the 22nd annual furniture City Kennel club All Breed dog show takes place saturday at Welch Fairgrounds just outside High Point. The show is sponsored by the furniture City Kennel club and the High Point Exchange club. Mrs. H. M. Edens is the shows chairman. A total of 1,115 dogs in 101 different Breeds is entered in the show. Judging will begin at 9 a m. And end at 6 . Welch Fairgrounds is located on Bundy Road near its intersection with Penny Road on the northeastern Edge of High Point. Education from Page in for the Southside neighbourhood development plan nip. Word was last Spring the it these funds would be made available before july i and number of crash hearings were held to meet administrative deadlines but final approval came thursday. Burg and Moore counties. The question failed at the polls in Moore but passed by a healthy margin in Mecklenburg. A subsequent lawsuit nullified the result on the ground that the local act was unconstitutional. The court ruling Means that any scheme for liquor by the drink must have a statewide basis Knox agreed. He said that could be achieved by a Bill statewide on its face but restricted to counties of a certain population. Privette said it was his understanding from attorneys that such an approach still would have a Cloud on it. The two possible approaches that would be legally sound he contended would be either a statewide referendum on the question or a statewide local option plan open to every county or municipality. A if there is to be an election let it be one in which every citizen can vote on the Issue a Privette urged. South Carolina has a liquor by the drink election set in november. Its outcome could have a bearing on the course of events in this state. Its passage undoubtedly would encourage advocates to fresh efforts while its defeat would be a psychological Handicap. Tile Christian action league queried candidates on their stand in Advance of the Spring primaries. Privette said it is satisfied with the position of candidates for governor and lieutenant governor. Among legislators who supported liquor by the drink Defeated in the primary he noted were sen. Norris Reed of Craven. Senate Abc chairman last session son. Henry Milgrom of Nash and sen. Of Neill Jones of Anson. A we Are convinced we Are in the Best position we have Ever been to fight any move to liberalize the liquor Laws in North Privette declared. A we also Are in the Best position to do something constructive for Highway safety a he said. Mandatory breathalyzer tests for persons arrested for driving drunk and repeal of limited driving privileges for persons convicted of driving drunk Are High on the list of goals he added. Motorcyclist Ricky Pete Beasley 24, of Oakmont Street was listed in satisfactory condition today at High Point memorial Hospital where he was taken following a thursday wreck. Officers said a car driven by Mynard Garfield Turner 45, of it. 6, Thomasville pulled from Grimes Street and hit Beasley a motorcycle which was headed East on Broad Street. The Impact knocked the motorcycle into the vehicle of Clay Yancy Peacock jr., 27, of it. I Randleman which was in a parking lot waiting to enter Broad. Turner was charged with a Safe movement violation. Helen Young Morris of old Thomasville Road was slightly injured this morning at 1 10 when her car ran into the Yard at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church and hit a Utility pole. Officers said tire pressure Marks indicated the car was travelling at an excessive Speed. Damages were listed at $375 to the 1964 Model car $175 to the pole and $100 to the Lawn. Several guilty pleas entered Thomasville a High Point Man pleaded guilty in Davidson county District court Here thursday t o j charges of Drunken driving Public drunkenness violation of prohibition Laws and driving without a License. Bobby Gene Richey 34, of High Point was Given a six month sentence suspended for three years and fined $250 for the offences. Asheboro with the first full Day of school out of the Way Randolph county school officials say the enrolment in the Archdale Trinity school District is higher than anticipated. County school supt. John Lawrence said it is possible the Archdale Trinity schools May get three to four additional teachers because of the increase. Lawrence said exact figures Are not available and will not be until after labor Day but the first Day enrolment in All schools in the Archdale and Trinity area shows an increase in student enrolment Over -971-72 figures. The superintendent said thursday the enrolment in the five schools totalled 3,891, compared to 3,743 enrolled after the first to Days of 1971-72 school year an increase of 148 students. Trinity senior High had 690 students by the end of the school Day thursday an increase of 17 students Over the first to Days of the last school year. Trinity Junior High recorded the largest increase with 1.517 students enrolled. An increase of 43. Trinity elementary school jumped from 406 last year to 441 on thursday and Erindale listed 762 thursday or 36 More than the 1971-72 year. Archdale elementary school tallied 481 students thursday an increase of 17 Over last years figure of 464. Lawrence said that since these new figures Are for the first full Day of classes he is sure More students will come in during the next to Days. He said some students do not come in until after the labor Day Holiday. The superintendent said the increased enrolment will cause some overcrowding in the area schools. He noted that two classes Are held in the gym orium at Erindale school and one make shift classroom is used at Trinity Junior. He said Trinity elementary already is using three trailers. Construction is expected to begin soon on a third six room addition at Trinity elementary school he said. A we will be in a tight situation at Trinity elementary until the next addition is ready a he stated. The new gym at Trinity senior High will help there Lawrence said noting that it will provide two teaching stations. The gym. However will not be ready until mid november or dec. 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