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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 7, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 6b High Point Enterprise tuesday september 7, 1976 Home reported entered Over $1,000 missing the theft of $1,150 from his Home was reported monday by Wayne Chambers of Birchwood drive Chambers said he thought a key had been removed from its hiding place and then returned after the theft occurred he said also that the Money was the Only thing missing from the House James l Baker told police monday that his 1965 Auto valued at $500 had been removed from its parking place at his White Oak Street Home later his brother Darrell Baker 16, was charged by police with Auto larceny the youth reportedly had taken the keys from his brother while the latter was asleep and a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Public drunkenness and no operators License was entered against Mary Massey of Short Spring Street Over the weekend. Police said they were told by David d Dunlap of w. Green drive that he had gotten out of his car and headed toward a House when is. Massey got into the vehicle and drove it off she had gone approximately 75 feet when the Auto collided with a tree the car was valued at $1,100. Thefts reported to police sunday or monday included Side glances by Gill Fox that of a Battery valued at $42 from a car belonging to William b Lambeth of s. Main Street deed l. Shively of Friendly used cars on s. Main said that a tape player and tachometer valued at $45, had been removed from a car on the company lot and officials of the Beddington Day care Center on Beddington Street said that someone had entered the building and removed a couple of cans of juice and a bag of cookies the juice was valued at $3 arrests listed Early tuesday included that of Delmas Levan Lindsey 17, of w. Green drive on charges of trespassing contributing to the delinquency of a minor and simple Possession of marijuana Danny lord Holt of e. Lexington Avenue reported $7.60 in coins taken from his Home after a door was pried open during the weekend and Dennis Moretz of e. Farriss Avenue said nothing was believed taken from his Home after someone pried open the front door. David h. Surrett of Valley Ridge drive said that a storm window at his Home was damaged by burglars who apparently did not gain entry. Steve i it Edford of Chandler Street said a $165 bicycle was taken from beside his Home Jack Powell of Rockwood drive said that vandals shot his Van with a Shotgun while parked on Eastchester drive causing about $900 damage arrests included Franklin Alexan Wiley jr., 59, of Albert Street. Lawrence e. Lewallen 44. Of Beverly Hills drive Bobby Harold Billings 34, of route i and William Mccoy Wall or. 30, of Anaheim Street All charged with Drunken driving Olether Campbell 35. Of Whiteoak Street was charged with larceny Frank Mccoy Wall jr., 30, of Anaheim Street assault with a deadly weapon Marva l Stancil 38. Of Fairview Avenue carrying a concealed weapon Leory Lewis. 32, of it 6. Thomasville Drunken driving and driving during revocation Mazurie Mae Eaddy. 29, of Smith Street assault with a deadly weapon on an officer and Terry Sloane. 20, of it. 3. Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana Schlesinger visits peking Tokyo a former defense Secretary James r Schlesinger has arrived in peking for a visit at the invitation of the chinese people s Institute of foreign affairs China s official Hsinhua news Agency reported Schlesinger arriving monday was greeted at the Airport by to Ponien vice president of the Institute and _ j a a president of me Institute Ana today prices have broadened my acquaintances. Ive me i it in Ping. Director of several Nice pawnbrokers Quot a a american affairs in the foreign ministry the japanese newspaper Asahi. Meanwhile reported that Schlesinger will tour Sinkiang province and inner Mongolia where chinese troops Are posted opposite soviet units along the Frontier Sinkiang also is the site of China s atomic weapons testing grounds. Asahi quoting chinese sources said peking wants to impress on Schlesinger the soviet threat to China. Gop leaders discuss possible death of party responsible republicans re discussing death a their arty s. It is not a new topic in party has been losing eats in the House and Enate and governorships x. The grim talk among Laders is that if the . I Defeated in november the arty will be dead. For political balance America requires a two arty system. Voters have always been divided in two lasses a those who voted a a candidate those who ote against a candidate. The citizens demand an option third parties have Seldom Cen taken seriously once in his Century something Call a the Bull Moose party nominated Theodore Loosevelt for president. The Lull Moose split the Republican vote and put the democratic professor Woodrow Wilson in the White House. When Franklin Roosevelt As elected in 1932, it came Clear that there was misalignment of parties a it Liberal republicans voted with the democrats conservative democrats voted for Republican measures in 1944, the turned away from Wendell Willkie and nominated Thomas Dewey Willkie became angry secretly he sent Gifford Pinchot a former Republican governor of Pennsylvania to see for in the White House the proposition was that. Al some time a in the future a the liberals of both parties Willkie and eur should form a political party. The conservatives would be forced to organize. On the scene meeting Harvey Apple will be the guest speaker when the life underwriters meet on thursday at the Howard Johnson motor Lodge for an 8 a m breakfast meeting Apple affiliated with Massachusetts Mutual life in Greensboro has been in the insurance business for 14 years and is a past president of life underwriters Assn and a member of the greens Boro chapter of chartered life underwriters. Courses Jamestown Guilford technical Institute is offering a new class entitled a sewing latest fabrics and techniques the ten week course beginning on sept 14, will meet on the Jamestown Campus of git on tuesdays from 6 30 to of 30 p m Anomer class focusing on sewing or the holidays is being offered by git beginning on sept 15 classes will be held each wednesday from 6 30 to 9 30 p in at git s Greensboro division. Further information on other of these courses is available from git film Kernersville the Kernersville Branch Library w ill present Quot Stagecoach on thursday at 7 so p m in the Paddison memorial room of the Library. The film stars John Wayne in one of his first film roles there will be no admission charged few this event. Meeting the Randolph county republicans of Prospect East and West Trinity precincts will meet for an organizational meeting on wednesday at 7 30 pm at the county building in Archdale a it was Willkie a idea a said Roosevelt speaking to Sam Rosen Man. Confidant and speech writer a Willkie has just been beaten by the conservatives in his own party who lined up in Back of Dewey. Now there is no doubt. Sam that the reactionaries in our own party Are out for my Scalp too a As you can see by whist s going on in the South Quot i agree with him too per cent and the time is now a right after the election. We ought to have two real parties a one Liberal the other conservative. Of course in a talking Long Range politics a something that we can t accomplish this year from the liberals of both parties Willkie and i together can form a new party in Rosenman who was devoting his energies to getting his Boss nominated for a fourth term wondered Why the president was confiding in him for asked him to arrange a secret meeting in new York. The president was declining in strength and acumen he was Given to ecstatic seizures. The meeting was held at the St. Regis hotel. Rosenman arrived first. There was a soft Knock and Willkie was admitted both looked through the Small suite of rooms under furniture and behind drapes when a waiter arrived with lunch. Sam met him alone although the Servings were for two. Willkie emerged Tram a bedroom when the waiter departed they ate and talked pleasantries. Rosenman said that the president was pleased that Willkie had sent Pinchot to the White House with a new realistic approach to american politics. Sam said the notion would have to be Quot tabled until after the autumn elections a after the War a Willkie said Hie Republican began to eat Well and speak Well. When the War was Over he said there would have to be a realignment a showdown in which a liberals and internationalists a would face a conservatives and isolationists a a you Tell the president a Willkie said a that i am ready to devote almost full time to this. The Only thing i insist an is that i do not meet the president until after the election. A together they ran Down a list of prominent politicians industrialists and labor leaders who might join the new party. The notion failed in 1944 because Roosevelt was indiscreet. The War and the election were still pending when he wrote a a dear Wendell letter in which he violated the secret agreement. A i want to talk to you about the future even the somewhat Distant future. We can arrange a meeting Bere in Washington or if you prefer at Hyde Park a wholly off the record or otherwise just As you think for was tired. After he dictated the letter he requested that certain advisers come to his bedroom they were senator Kenneth Mckellar 79 Secretary Cordell Hull 73, Secretary Henry Stimson 77, and Gifford Pinchot 79. The president grinned through his Pince Nez. A Good morning kindergarten children a he said. That was not the proper time to redesign the two party system the time May be now. United Way names workers for Campaign Jane Brooks Eleanor Cole and Tom Gooding have All accepted Section worker responsibilities in the current United Way Campaign the three will be working in the special gifts division under leaders Bob Lindsay and Howard Pancoast. Mrs Brooks mrs Cole and Gooding will be in charge of reaching Community members who May not have had an Opportunity in the past to contribute to the Campaign which supports the work of 25 social service agencies benefiting greater High Point. This years Campaign goal is $670,000, of All your Money says is Bye Bye better get acquainted with the Many outstanding Dollar Stretcher values in today classified Section the want ads. Countless new and like a new items Are offered daily. It s the smart Way to save in today modern world. Want Money to say. Hello you can Start Money coming your Way by turning your unneeded items into Welcome Cash by using the fast acting Low Cost the High Point Enterprise want ads 885-2177 give this number a Jingle a Friendly advisor will be Happy to help you prepare your and. The High Point Enterprise is classified want ads information Center Index announcements a merchandise 1 announcement 2 card of thank 3 lot a found 4 personals is instruction 61 meeting 7 travel opportunities services and repairs 13 14 15 16 17 Isi 19 23 24 25 26 27 28i 29 301 31 landscaping a Yor Dwork remodelling a pointing septic Tonk service to radio repair upholstery bookkeeping to Garden directory Mic service rentals room a Board room furn mouse Apt unum House Apt Mobile Home space rent retort rent commercial property rent wanted to rent 43 appliance 44 Hou Ehold furnishing 45 antique 46 farm Garden equipment 47 clothing 48 food 49 jewelry camera 50 musical equipment 51 bldg material supplies 52 sporting goad 53 garage sate 54 Flower seed 55 auction a general 56 to Rodio Sale 58 sewing machine 61 bicycle 62 article a miscellaneous 63 wanted to buy 64 65 66 67 68 69 72 73i employment help wanted Totive help wanted help wanted help wonted help wanted help wonted help wanted Ion out help wanted tonal admits Clescal furniture How Iery Sale technical Mitcel Profe real estate for Sale in Liz. 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