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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Saturday Large selection n of credenzas Ideal gift for v mom prices Start at i Friedman s jewellers mothers i Day i i Jit offer Rorar rms All birthstones included $12.00 it Quot a mar each w no ordering. Immediate delivery Young adult accounts invited pm by mothers ring Jav a birth tone for every child this Mogni Keni i of a or White or yellow Gold ring Fly a Aff ii the perfect mothers Day a gift no �rcterin�1 $0/ 99 birthstone. Juhr i $2 so our prices amp Quality Are guaranteed Friedman s j e w e .1-ersm do you Olcott old books one Sot of Mark Twain books one Sot Al 0. Henry books and Mony others to be auctioned at the White elephant sate May la 10 00 a m to 5 00 . High Point Bank and Trust Ca. Parking lot fir Varner warehouse Wayne Abernathy manager 2605 Wharrie re. Store hours Mon. Thurs. 9 am to 6 pm Friday 9 am to 9 pm Guillaume could have used this to blackmail the Chancellor. Brandt in a television appearance wednesday night made no direct reply to Quick a allegations. But he declared a whatever May yet be written about it it is and remains grotesque to hold a German Federal Chancellor to be open to blackmail. In any Case i am Brandt said he resigned a to prevent my political and personal integrity from being he said he had a cause to believe that his personal life would be a dragged into speculation Over the spy controversy. Guillaume served almost two years As Brandt s personal aide for political and party affairs. A former East German he came West in 1956, worked hts Way up in Brandts social democratic party and went to work for the Federal chancellery in 1970. Brandt said he resigned to assume a political and personal responsibility for negligence in the spy he was negligent he said in letting a secret papers go through the hands of the agent during my vacation in Norway last it was the first time Brandt had admitted the charge by members of the Christian democratic opposition that Guillaume had been privy to sensitive information. The admission cast doubt on earlier statements that Guillaume had been identified As a spy to months before he was arrested april 24 and was kept on Brandt s staff to allow government agents to Complete their investigation. College desegregation discussed at meeting Williamsburg a. Apr while the Federal thrust toward de segregating tax supported colleges and universities currently is aimed at the South it soon will be a problem for All the states says assistant attorney general d. Patrick Lacey or. Of Virginia. The subject of College desegregation was discussed wednesday As the Southern regional conference of attorneys general concluded a three Day meeting. Lacey warned that state officials must join forces to resist the Federal desegregation efforts. The ultimate conclusion of such Federal action Lacey warned will be the elimination of the nations Black colleges and the subsequent disenchantment of Black students and educators who be found the schools contributed to their Black identity. Lacey said the Federal government s movements in the direction of forcing desegregation of in democratic chairman is arrested Whiteville . Apr a Man identified As a democratic precinct chairman has been arrested and charged with violating state election Laws by trying to buy votes at Columbus county a East Lees precinct during tuesdays primary. A spokesman for the state Bureau of investigation said William Fred Suggs 51, of it. 4, Whiteville was arrested by ski agents shortly after Midnight wednesday. The ski said Suggs was charged under a state Law which makes it a felony Quot for any person to give or Promise or request or accept at any time before or after or election any Money property or other thing of value whatsoever in return for the vote of any conviction carries a prison term of at least four months a Fine of not less than $1,000. Or both. Suggs posted $5,000 Bond and was released wednesday pending a May 23 District court hearing. Ski agents would not comment on details of the arrest. Mrs. Retha Stevens chairman of the county Board of elections said the ski and Fri had been asked to investigate other alleged irregularities in tuesdays voting. She identified Suggs As a precinct chairman but said she did no to know which precinct he headed. Situs unions of higher learning quite Likely could have a Domino effect. A it would be disastrous for us to go our individual courses and let hew the 4% less Gas is scheduled for . I Washington apr the Federal Energy administration has allotted North Carolina 4 per cent less gasoline in May than in april. But it says this is an initial allotment and such factors As growth in the number of motor vehicles from the base period and farm needs still Are to be figured. A spokesman said its possible the final allotment will be larger than april a. The initial May allotment is 246.2 million Gallons or 7 94 million a Day. It is based on 91 per cent of North Carolinas consumption in May of 1972. And it compares with 249.3 million Gallons last month Yost urges Nixon s resignation san Diego a Charles w. Yost former . Ambassador to the United nations under president Nixon says he thinks the president should resign a was the quickest Way out of the country a Yost u n. Ambassador from 1969 to 1971, said in an interview wednesday night that aside from Domestic considerations other nations a a done to know where they stand a with the United states. A the russians for example very much want to proceed with detente with us a he said. A however they Are Uncertain whether or. Nixon is Strong enough domestically to enter any agreements that Congress will support. A your friends in Western Europe and Japan have the same concern a Yost said. The Veteran Diplomat said he Learned of russian leaders concerns with the presidents situation in private conversations during a recent visit to the soviet Union. Department of health education and welfare go along picking us off one by one a he said. Concerning Virginia a problems with the hews seeking the desegregation of predominantly Black colleges and universities Lacey said the current state plan submitted to Federal officials probably will be accepted a at least for a a a they re going to play a Little game with us by accepting our plan a he said. A but be Back and ask for More and More and several of the attorneys general present at the meeting expressed reservations Over the hews desegregation initiatives. Kopechne for Edward Kennedy Swiftwater a. Apr the parents of Mary to Kopechne who drowned when sen. Edward m. Kennedy a car went off a Bridge five years ago say they will support the Massachusetts Democrat for president. A we like the senator just As we liked his Brothers Robert and the president a said Gwen Kopechne 56. A the stands for what i think is right. He a a lot better than what we be got she and her husband. Joseph 61, both said they thought Kennedy a political strength is in his Appeal to youth. Kennedy who has said a he will decide next year about seeking the presidency has acknowledged the 1969 incident involving miss Kopechne probably would be an Issue if he runs. High Point Enterprise thursday May 9, 1974 a Brandt denies blackmail used Bonn Germany Apex Chancellor Willy Brandt says he quit because he feared the political scandal caused by the presence of an East German spy on his personal staff would involve his private life. The former Chancellor denied however that he resigned because the confessed spy Guenter Guillaume blackmailed him by threatening to disclose details of Brandts private life unless Guillaume was handed Over to East Germany. A West German newspapers claimed that Brandt was confronted by such a blackmail threat. The right Wing Magazine Quick charged that the government intelligence Agency paid hush Money in 1969 to a woman who allegedly had an affair with Brandt after world War ii and that postal minister Horst Ehmke joined Brandt in retirement from the government wednesday because of the spy scandal. Ehmke who was chief of the chancellery office in 1972, said since he appointed Guillaume to be Brandt s political adviser he would not be a candidate for the Cabinet finance minister Helmut Schmidt will form after the bundestag elects him Chancellor on May 16. A Public opinion poll of 1,-412 voters taken tuesday the Day after Brandt s resignation showed Only 27 per cent would vote for the social democrats if elections were held now. Sixty two per cent said they would vote for the conservative Christian democrats and 7 per cent named the free democrats the social democrats Junior partner in the government coalition. A Jas my in no 400s 16&Quot toll no. 7050 16&Quot toll no 8005 no 9021 14 toll no 8003 i 5&Quot toll / Large selection of upholstered chairs 12&Quot foil Reg. 18.00 Sale 10.80 Reg. 19.00 Sale 11.50 Reg. 18.00 Sale 10.80 Reg. 30.00 Sale 18.00 Reg. 18.00 Sale 10,80 buy mom a Beautiful glazed fruit arrangement. Ideal gift. Limited Supply from. 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