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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise wednesday april 21,1976 business and financial news Stock Market report new York a the Stock markets Broad Advance of this week began to dissolve in profit taking today. The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrial stocks jumped up More than five Points in the first half hour but was ahead Only 2.99 at 1,006 45 at noon nearly three times As Many new York Stock Exchange issues were rising in Price As declining the Early burst extended the Dow s gain this week to More than 28 Points before investors wanting to Cash in on profits began Selling Norton Simon which was traded in several blocks including one of 200,000 shares and was the big Board volume Leader was up at 20- i. Also actively traded was Polaroid Down i at 367h after a 4 Rise tuesday. The nose composite Index of All its listed common stocks was up 16 at 54 92 at noon and the Market value Index of the american Stock Exchange was ahead .57 at 103 64 some 12 58 million shares were traded on the big Board in the first two hours up from the 9 86 million traded in the comparable period on tuesday among the Active issues were Citicorp up at 35 a and Allis Chalmers up g at 19 both reported higher first Quarter income tuesday. 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Wallace says he expects a a Good showing in the states democratic primary election next week. Wallace campaigning in Pittsburgh tuesday conceded he has not been doing Well in his bid for the democratic nomination. But he said his Campaign is viable and solvent two other presidential candidates. Washington sen. Henry Jackson and former Georgia gov Jimmy Carter spoke to $100-a-plate fund raising dinners tuesday evening Jackson in Philadelphia and Carter in Pittsburgh each forecast Victory in the state next tuesday. Wallace said he expects to spend two or three Days campaigning in Pennsylvania before the primary. All three candidates prepared for More work in Pennsylvania today. Another of the leaders in the race for the democratic nomination Arizona rep. Morris k Udall was in Colorado to lobby for support in the state s May 3 precinct caucuses. He made a series of appearances in Denver and at the University of Colorado in Boulder Ronald Reagan who is challenging president Ford for the Republican nomination was due in Georgia today. Voting there is May 4 the former California governor scheduled a full Day of campaigning with rallies news conferences and television appearances in Macon Augusta and Savannah on his Agenda. Ford planned to speak by Telephone today to a dinner in Milledgeville ga., honouring Secretary of labor Usery a native of nearby Hardwick the president is scheduled to Fly to Georgia Friday for some personal campaigning both Ford and Reagan have done a great Deal of work in Texas in Advance of the May i primary there and Reagan spent tuesday in new Mexico where gop convention delegates Are picked in party caucuses. Wallace spent part of tuesday taping radio and television shows and planned Campaign stops today in Harrisburg. Philadelphia Scranton and Erie. A a in a not doing As Well As in 1972, that s academic a Wallace told a news conference. A but in a not doing As bad As you newsmen imply. Some of you tend to write me off i Hope the voters will show you re Wallace has Cut Back his Campaign because of Money problems but he told reporters tuesday Quot we Are solvent. We re not going into debt i believe in paying off what you owe. Some of the other candidates Are in debt a a committee of More than 50 labor leaders who claim to represent 15 million Union workers in Pennsylvania announced support of Jackson. Carter meantime called the april 27 Pennsylvania primary a the most important primary of the year a Public opinion polls show in a ahead in every part of the state but we have a problem getting people who support me to go to the polls at a meeting of Denver s democratic Central committee Udall said the Public should demand specific answers from the candidates. A make sure we re talking issues a a Udall said. A the function of these Middle primaries is to test us out done to pick a candidate idly let s insist on the details a the specifics a a Reagan in Albuquerque warned that the social Security program is a fiscal calamity and could collapse in 30 years unless it s completely overhauled. He told More than 2,000 supporters at a rally that revamping the system would be a top priority if he wins the election. A that program is $2.5-trillion out of balance a he said a about three decades or so Down the Road the Young people of today Are going to find the roof Falls in if our generation does no to do something about this according to social Security analysts Reagan s estimate of imbalances in the system is unrealistically High and is predicated on the continuation of obligations without including projected revenues from people who will be joining the work Force. In other developments on the political front tuesday a the Federal election commission said candidates turned in another $1 million in Campaign Money requests this week even though there is no guarantee when or if they will get the Matching funds. The new submissions pushed to $2.37 million the total requests submitted since the funding was Cut off by the supreme court Congress is working to restart the flow of Money. A first lady Betty Ford campaigned for her husband in san Antonio tex., through the Rio Grande Valley and into Corpus Christi she planned to head into Southeast Texas today. Nancy Reagan meanwhile spoke on her husband s behalf in Denton. Tex., greeted Campaign workers in Waco and moved on to Odessa her schedule for today includes More work in Odessa and then Kerrville before going to san Antonio in the afternoon 21 Over the counter bid asked by the associated press quotations from the a ional Assoc quotation of securities dealers Are representative meter dealer prices As of approx mate pm yesterday prices do riot in elude retail markup Mark Down or commission bid asked 58 j x 8 67 5 9 9 14 15 x 9 51 p 8 61 9 36 la 94 to 31 8 9 Job 7 la 5 19 63 j is 9 187 8 141 27 27 27 13 75 28 28 28 1 4 to 98 79 29�?T j 79< 1 4 13 juju to 29 x 17 78 76 76 76 18 189 Iii la 11 15 54 14 14 14 it 16 164 26 25 26 a i 4 to 74 15 14 14 i 6 6 6 9 6 6 6 4 4 16 x 29 79 29 j to x 39 39 a 27 717 107 106 107 cd i 3 3 3 8 19 6 6 6 4 15 8 22 72 22 la 80 32 37 32 8 62 20 x a 20 44 73 17 17 it1 Quot 16 2 7 7 7 8 in 17 17 17 12 155 89 88 88 13 221 55 55 s5 to 275 53 52 53 9 50 15 15 15 i 14 27 21 214 214 la 75 77 26 27 la is 24 24 24 a j it x 29 30 9 in 36 is 36 to 8 32 37 32 63 6 a 6 6 317 21 204 a ne99 York a noon new York to nce inc Aero Ron 2 2 american furniture 3 3 quantic Pepsi 13 14 Bankers Trust of s c 154 164 Bassett furniture 23 24 Bilo 24 75�?T Blacks kinds 14 2 Branch corp 15 16 Brenner kinds 6 64 Burnup 8, Sims 4 5 Burris ind 3 34 Cannon Mina it 18 Carmine foods i it Carolina Cas is 3 a Quot car pal 9 10pfd 94 Caro 5 Eli corp 22 Caro Wise Flo Cato corp 5 5 Central Caro Bank 22 23 Central Vermont in 14 c hat Nam Mig it 13&Quot Cas corp of s c 14 15 / coca cola co Conal 14 14 Cochrane furn a Quot 4 colonial life c4 b 7 8 comm by of Caro 9 Conner Homes a 4 Conte 2 tit Daniel internal 23 234 Diamondhead corp 4 4 Durham life ins 22 23 Evgraph inc 5 5 Fidelity corp of a. 7 feb of Catawba 15 16 food town stores 58 to Farmers new world 41 43 first Union corp Lull / Forsyth Bank a Trust 17 18 Franklin life ins 19 19 Gray tool co 16 17 guardian corp Jet 3 Harbison rubber co 4 4 Heiwig Meyers 22 6 Henredon furn 23 Hickory furn 6 6 investment lat 2 2 j a Ivey 7 8 Justin ids 154 16 Kenan transport 13 la / Pace at i 88 Pac try i 68 Pac self i 80 Pac pm i 70 pact i x Panari air panel 2 to Spendik 240 Penney i 28 Pawli i so Penn Jol i x Pepsico in 17 Piner 84 13 3x Peipo 2 x x 55 philae i 64 9 67 Phil Orr i 15 122 Philips ind x Phillpey i m 13 188 i they 68 8 70 Polaroid 32 20 743 Portage i 64 8 43 pig my 2 to 2j6 proc try 2 x 21 115 is vol in 7 i a stg i 72 8 x Puli or ind i Pueblo int 4 Guys pm 2 a 6 to Pullman i x to 191 pure up 96 9 24 Purit Nash to 24 Una Koto 78 la ii quester Ole is Quot 18 19 i 25 25 41 4 i ii 43 43 55. 55 62 62 q 20 x 17 17 to x Xvi 21 15 is 6 6 x 51 a x. 76 28 45 16 57 6 57 14 37. 19 3 x it 15 5 33 6 St x 28 75 a 45 a 16 57 6 57 14 37 19 51 89 is 8 Salt Tondu i wan Coln x rapid am Raythelon i Ria i x r 17 185 la 18 ii 94 29 x is 5 la. 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A the president Hopes this will be a Model for the degree of detail on tax information that All candidates should Issue to the voters whom they Are asking to elevate them to the presidency a a no Essen said Nessen said $106,2u0 in taxes were withheld from Ford s paychecks last year Ford claimed $750 personal exemptions for himself and his wife and three of his four children he did not claim son Steve who is working part time on a ranch in California when the Federal taxes Are added to state and local tax payments of $11,94191, Nessen said they accounted Lur 42 per cent of the family s Gross income a the same percentage As in 1974 when the Ford s Gross income was some $104,000 lower because the president had earned a White House salary for Only five months of the year the Fords 1975 state local and other taxes was nearly double the 1974 figure of $5,985 the presidents higher income largely accounted for that. Nessen said social Security from Page i a crease from $195 to $208 supplemental Security income payments will increase for an eligible individual from $157 70 to $167 80. While the payment Tor an eligible couple will go up from $236 60 to $251 80 recipients living in states that pay a supplement to supplemental Security income checks will get an increase Only if the state acts to pass along the higher Federal payment the Cost of living increase is automatic based on a comparison of the average monthly consumer Price Index in the first Quarter of 1975 with the first Quarter of 1976 the social Security administration said the 6 4 per cent increase will Cost $5 3 billion in the fiscal year beginning oct. I the 32 million social Security recipients will see the increase in their july 3 checks the 4 3 million aged Blind and disabled persons receiving supplemental Security income will receive the increase beginning with their july i checks dance might Hurt his chances of Selling austerity to the unions a should the prime minister be seen dancing the night away in an atmosphere of diamonds and Champagne when he is trying to persuade the unions to accept minimal wage increases and further cuts in living standards Quot the daily express asked other newspaper com Boss Dow Jones a averages a stocks to Industrial 1006 452 99 x transportation 212 77 1 26 is utilities 88 03 0 in 65 storks 307 321 la Bonds j a Bonds 73 47 0 04 to Mither Grade rails 52 570 01 to second Grade rails 65 88 -0 cd to Public utilities v3 x 0 03 to Industry 82 03 0 to from Pace 1a grounds for a suit under sex discrimination statutes it a supervisor were bisexual and made demands on employees of each sex Richey s decision came in a Case involving a female Justice department worker who lost her Job in 1972. A department hearing examiner ordered Diane Williams reinstated with Back pay after finding that she was subjected to sexual discrimination in her Job As a Public information specialist. However a higher level review officer set aside that decision prompting miss Williams to tile the suit she won tuesday the judge did not award her damages or pay. But said he would decide that Issue later miss Williams was hired by the Justice departments Community relations service in january 1972 As a temporary Public information specialist within a month she was Given a More permanent position and received Good Job performance ratings for several months court records showed however she said that when she spurned a sexual Advance by her supervisor identified in court records As Harvey Brinson her Job ratings a tumbled and she was fired in september 1972 Richey declared a the connections Between the advances of her Superior which advances were not disputed and by the subsequent criticism by the supervisor of her work was supported by the timing of the i n the judge noted that the government never claimed this was a an isolated personal miss Williams charged that Brinsons conduct was part of a pattern imposed on other women in the office. Menta tors suggested that the 64-year-old labor party Veteran stayed Home because he is a Teet Taler and does t like late parties. The official explanation from no. To Downing St. Was that Callaghan in office just 15 Days was unable to attend a because of pressure of the statement said the Queen invited him to dinner next week when they would have a better Chance to talk Callaghan s two immediate predecessors Harold Wilson and Edward Heath interrupted vacations to be among the 530 guests tuesday night at Windsor Castle Margaret Thatcher. Heath s successor As Leader of the conservative party attended with her husband and both Princess Margaret and her estranged husband. Lord Snowdon were there the party began with dinner for 60 the rest of the guests arrived at 10 30 p m the dancers paused at Midnight to Toast the Queen and sing a Happy Wake jury begins discussions Raleigh apr a jury in Wake Superior court began deliberating today charges against a prison inmate on trial for murder in the strangling of a prison dental assistant. James Lee primes. 30, elected tuesday to Send his Case to the jury without offering evidence he is accused of murder in the death of mrs Jennette Wood fish 42. Who was slain in her office at the Triangle correctional Center last Vlad 19. Prosecutor Randolph Riley argued to the jury tuesday that primes tried to proposition mrs fish and attacked her when she refused defense attorney Gerald Bass told the jury the Only evidence linking primes to the slaying was the word of two prison inmates who said he told them several months later than lie had killed mrs. Fish Bass told the jury their testimony should not be believed study monitors Cycle mishaps Chapel Hill a of All Ages 18-year-old bicycle riders in North Carolina have the largest share of accidents with motor vehicles a University study has concluded the study conducted by the Highway safety research Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill also concluded that about 12 per cent of the pedestrians struck by a vehicle Are killed the study Analysed information on pedestrian and bicycle accidents in the state in 1973 and 1974 for the governors Highway safety program will Harry from Page i a or Reasoner said he had Quot no ideas what Abc has offered miss Walters Quot there s no reason Why i should one of the few areas where in a not neurotic is about what others make. I make enough a he said the 53-year-old Reasoner say exactly what his salary is but he said he signed a second five year contract with Abc last year for More than $200,000 a year. Libre Are some other key findings of the study mostly Young and old pedestrians were struck by vehicles of the 3,417 men involved 30 per cent were children 12 years old or younger and about ten per cent were at least 61 years old pedestrian accidents occurred at All times of the year with october being the leading month a pedestrian accidents occur More frequently on fridays and less frequently on sundays than other Days with More than ten per cent of the accidents occurring Between 2 and 8 pm on Friday a in 83 per cent of the accidents involving a bicycle no traffic violation by the vehicle operator was reported by tile investigating officer. When a violation is reported that most frequently cited was failure to see if a move could be made safely to avoid the Accident a children ten to 15 years old accounted for 46 per cent of the bicycle riders involved in accidents children under ten accounted for 16 per cent and 18-year-old riders were in 9 2 per cent of the wrecks the largest for a single age group

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