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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina For Republican ticket mischief makers and thieves make Busy night for police clowning beautician customer if beautician Bonnie Bussell it left i were presented with this spectacle when they appeared for a hair do at her Beauty shop Friday. Janice Samuels is in the chair getting a Quot drying Quot by the clowning Bonnie. Of co High Point police had a fairly routine night Friday and the predawn flours of today a routine that is for halloween no major incidents were reported with the exception of one 15-year-old boy being Cut by another teenager on Forrest Street Donald William Whitely told officers he was walking along Forrest with his Mother he said they had been to a haunted House exhibition on Forrest he said that a group of teenagers passed them and one of them grabbed him and Cut him about the head Whitely said that no words passed Between him and his attacker. He was taken to the Hospital for treatment and then released. The majority of halloween night Calls were for Quot Check the juveniles Quot firecrackers egg throwing and other malicious mischief usually associated with halloween. Most of the malicious damage occurrences weren t reported As victims decided to just take it in stride and Wash off broken eggs and clean up Jack of lanterns and unrolled toilet tissue of those reporting malicious damage. Mildred Neal Apple of Westchester drive said that the Glass in a rear storm door at her Home was broken with eggs which were thrown at her Home and Micki m. Ridge of Trafalgar court said that her car was hit by eggs and the Windshield broken with a Rock As she was driving along Westchester drive in incidents not related to halloween officers found the Glass broken out of a rear door at Richardson s dept spooks claim to Kat from Linda Kreitz april Sibbitt. 5, makes big haul two injured in car crash Sylvia Davis Robinson of Lyndhurst Street a admitted to High Point memorial Hospital thursday Tor observation and Donald Wayne Hagy to of Grant Street was treated and then released they were injured thurs a at ii 42 pin when their cars collided on Woodrow venue at Forrest Street is Robinson was charged with tailing to yield the right of Way at a Stop sign the High Point Enterprise i \ to it a him pwt a i fwd Cutty a a a a Sina my an Dpi of Moi it in �v6 in a by int High Pont i nuns St. Inc Jio churl aug a p0, s c Vui i Chi r of Thi Assoc ated press Atis 8s Mah Adi in Acita of at i or a to j to i to a i Ana Sun Ai w. 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Matters had oar using a pres no Liy a candidate Campaign spending totals $112,000 in Guilford is Jim ii twinn Enterprise staff writer Greensboro candidates for the Guilford county seats in the general Assembly and those seeking local offices and judgeship have spent approximately is 12.351 thus tar in the Campaign contributions during the period which began when they Tor candidates according to reports filed with the guilt Oid county Hoard of elections the candidate who remain Active following the primary election and the Runoff have received $72,270 during the entire Campaign and $28 450 in the period since the primary their spending since the filing Date has totalled $73, 149 while spending in the surge of Effort before the nov 2 election totalled $27,398 the contest for the n c. House of representatives has been the most expensive spending there has totalled $39,533 and contributions have totalled $39,196 the race for District judge posts has been the second most exp pensive with contributions to All candidates totalling $28, 239 and expenses to Date. $28 340 other races include that Tor the n c Senate where contributions have totalled $20 848 and expenses. $19,912, the Guilford county Board of commissioners where income totalled $16,-912 and costs were $18,486 the Guilford county Board of education where income was $1,680 and expenses were $2,609 and the Register of deeds office with income at $1,501 and expenses at $3,418 w Eugene Johnson a Republican seeking the Post of state senator has been the heaviest spender with a total of $10,062 he has also received the most in contributions $10,281 the second largest spender has been John f. Yeattes. A democratic candidate for judge who has spent $8,120 and received $8,340 Jim Van Hecke or holds third place As a result of his unsuccessful race As a democratic candidate Tor the state House when spending reached $7,093 and income totalled $7,337 six candidates b Gordon Gentry a democratic candidate for District judge and Larry Harden. Franklin Teague William Gragg and Robert Teaster All seeking membership on Hie Guilford county Board of education and a g Whitener an american party candidate Tor Board of commissioners listed no contributions Low spenders included Cragg and tester who reported spending $5 each and Michael Smedberg. A labor party candidate for state Senate and David Shavin. A labor party candidate for state House each listed $3 92 of expenses the following is a list of expenses and contributions in that order i reported by Active candidates thus far House of representatives George e Bemus Republican. $583 and $1006 Patrick Boardman. Republican. $48 and $48 income Henry Frye Democrat $769 and $668. Thomas Gilmore. Democrat $4,587 and $4,958 Margaret Keesee Republican. $49 and $518 James Morgan Democrat. $5,053 and $5,013 Thomas Sawyer $4,514 and $5,809. Mary Seymour Democrat $4,914 and $4,851 David Shavin. Labor $3 92 spent and $3 92 received we Short. Democrat $3,596 and $3,110, Charles e Webb Democrat $2,952 and $1,422. And Donald White Republican $413 and $449. N c. Senate Rachel Gray Democrat. $1,641 and $2,056, e Eugene Johnson Republican. $10,062 and $10,281 Manley Lewis. Republican $632 and $1,477 Katherine Sebo Democrat. $2,575 and $4 935, Michael Smedberg labor $3.92 received and $3 92 spent Mcneill Smith Democrat $1,778 and $1 980 District judge Elreta Alexander Republican $235 and $1, Robert l Cecil Democrat. $1,935 and $1,935 received Dari Fowler. Republican $1.-042 and $3,173 b Gordon Gentry. Democrat $435 and no expenses John Hatfield Democrat $1,217 and $706 Byron Haworth. Democrat $235 and $335. Edmund lower Republican $743 and $1,335 James Pfaff Democrat $1,892 and $1,950, a Leon Stanback Republican $597 and $735. Edward Washington. Democrat $235 spent an $235 received John yeattes Democrat $8,120 spent Ana $8,340 received. Guilford county Board of commissioners w h Anderson. Republican $1,435 and $24, Forrest Campbell Democrat. $1,197 and $1,355 Ogden Deal Democrat. ,-548 and $1,000 Ber Hall Democrat $750 and $950 Sac candidate on 3a store on s main Street. A Check of the building revealed that eight suits value $800. Were missing burglars forced a window and entered a classroom trailer at Tomlinson school where they took two tape recorders value $140 Lillian m barrino of Anaheim Street said that a $75 television set was taken from her Home there was no sign of forced entry. Benny Proctor of Louise Avenue said that a 38-caliber pistol value $75. Was taken from his Home after two bedrooms were ransacked he said that the doors to the House had been left unlocked detectives making a follow up report of a break in oct. 2 at the fax on w Springdale Avenue reported that a Tiller tires various tools and batteries value $1,318 were taken after a window was broken to gain entry Christine Davis of Franklin Street reported Hoo in Cash taken from her Home James Eugene Edwards 25. Of Drew Street was arrested in the Case and charged with larceny. Nancy r Reynolds of Winston Salem reported that her $10 Wallet containing $13 and some credit cards was taken from her purse at her office on n. Main Street witnesses chased the thief who threw Down the Wallet everything was recovered Bernice Sturdivant of me Retith Street said that a woman she had been having trouble with poured sugar in the Gas Lank of her car Friday night officers advised her to take out a warrant other arrests included Calvin Collidge Owens 49. Of n. Main Street shoplifting. Bobby Hay Tomkins. 21. Of route 5, Possession of lotteries and Daniel Miguel Kuykendall 16. Of old Mill Road failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren be mischief on Isa High Point Enterprise saturday afternoon. October 30, 1078 Page 2a Church gifts to Campaign May be illegal by John Lowe Enterprise staff writer churches which have contributed to the citizens Christian action Campaign against the establishment of liquor stores in High Point May be in hot water with the internal Revenue service and with the liquor election set for tuesday the Issue could possibly come to a head in the next couple of Days Glenn Jones Public affairs officer of the irs. Said Friday churches classified As tax exempt and contributing to political activities Are in violation of internal Revenue code 501-c-3 Jones who said he was told of contributing churches in the area was not specific in describing what would happen to those found guilty he said organizations under tax exempt classification were liable to lose their status in that category but he Wasny to sure m the Rase of a Church because it had never happened before in North Carolina Quot it All depends on the circumstances and the Jones said of possible penalties facing churches i m not saying that we re going to jump in and Lake action. He said Quot i Don t even know for sure that it is going but the Rev Robert Clegg said it is indeed going on a and that it s Legal Clegg said it s no secret that the Cha is supported mainly by grassroots efforts including churches but he said it was Legal according to a 1973 Raleigh newspaper article Clegg admitted he had never seen but which had been brought to his attention by a Man he declined to name according to the newspaper article. Clegg said a Church which contributed a majority Quot of its funds to a political cause was subject for irs investigation but those con to buting less than a majority or nominal amounts Quot were not Clegg described the person who told him of the article As serving in an Quot authoritative position Quot Clegg said the Cha was open for any kind of an investigation that anybody would desire adding that he had nothing to hide. Call is issued for elderly Blacks to take flu shots Greensboro High Point area residents who Are eligible to receive the bivalent Swine flu vaccine will have an Opportunity to do so during the evening hours thursday according to or. Sarah Morrow health director. Or Morrow said those 60 and Over and those aged three and above with chronic diseases can come to the Mon lieu Avenue health dept facility thursday at any time from i 30 p m until 8 30 pm one said plans also Call for offering the vaccine to eligible persons on tuesday thursday and Friday at the Southside neighbourhood clinic on Taylor Street from 2 30 p m to 4 30 p m thus far. Approximately 4.500 shots have been Given to High Point area residents or Morrow said she said there has been a steady flow Quot each thursday afternoon when the vaccine is offered to those who Are eligible health officials have indicated they Are concerned about the poor response to the vaccine from Black residents Preyer defends Carter North Carolina businessmen should not be fearful of a Jimmy Carter administration congressman Richardson Preyer told a group of Greensboro businessmen this week Preyer opened his remarks by admitting the democratic nominee was not popular with North Carolina businessmen primarily because of his stand on right to work Laws and claims he would spend Large amounts of Federal Money. The Greensboro resident also admitted president Gerald Ford s position on the right to work Law Quot is More in tune with the traditional North Carolina View Quot while Carter has said he will sign a Bill repealing the authority of states to enact right to work if Congress passes such a Bill Preyer then reminded the group the likelihood of anti right to work legislation passing Congress was slim and cautioned his audience against voting on this one Issue governmental spending Preyer said is now controlled by the congressional budget control act. Which Means a your budget is no longer controlled by programs but programs Are controlled by the budget Quot under this program Preyer said. A new programs can Only come from increased taxes which no one wants or from eliminating old programs or from a budgetary the congressman went on to Tell his audience the Choice Between Carter and Ford was not really based on their different positions on issues we have a candidate slightly left of Center facing a candidate slightly right of Center a Preyer said. The difference Preyer maintained was that Carter is Quot deeply committed to maintaining a balance Between this country a free Enterprise system and the willingness to help those left behind by the free Market system the Guilford county democratic party will have a get out the vote rally sunday at 3 p m. At the Southern railway station in Greensboro. Rufus Edminsten state attorney general who is seeking reelection. Will be the featured speaker Liddy Dole Best Southern strategy by Carol Wilson Utley Enterprise staff writer Greensboro the fellow who called la my Dole her husbands Best Campaign asset was t far from wrong. The Salisbury native was in Greensboro Friday spreading the word the Ford Dole ticket was the one her fellow southerners could most identify with Jimmy Carter May be their geographical she says of Southern voters but Ford and Dole Are the philosophical neighbors i think southerners can perceive that difference they re too sophisticated to be fooled and though mrs Dole was to repeat that phrase four times in the space of 20 minutes each tune it was said with the same quiet determination this May be the strength of her Campaign efforts a the ability to appear both very sincere and very smooth at the same time there is no denying the intelligence of the woman a Duke University and Harvard Law school graduate she glides effortlessly from question to question answering each in an even but enthusiastic tone her Blue eyes crackle As she admits Shes Learned to get ready for the Day in less than a half hour but Widen As she Fields More serious questions after her second of three Campaign appearances in three different cities she does not appear tired Quot i like to work hard All Day Quot says mrs Dole. Who plans to return to her position with the Federal Trade commission regardless of tuesdays results a i Don t get tired if i stay Busy. If i m constantly giving speeches or meeting people its when we spend the Day waiting sitting in a Airport that i really feel exhausted a she is Quick to defend the Ford administration s record on National defense and inflation but also emphasizes the republicans concern for the needy including the handicapped. Elderly and unemployed. Quot ifs not that president Ford does t she says repudiating democratic claims Quot its that he cares so much How in the world can we continue to spend and spend am still keep inflation down7 he wants to help All he can. But he is also trying to be responsible in a time of inflation a although already behind schedule in Ber Busy Day mrs Dole takes the time to find out where each reporter comes from and is sure her Secretary jots Down the Channel and times for is Udo on Isa Liddy Dole

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