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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Nixon reverses Field on executive privilege Chrysler prices $99 two More rises expected by Dick Barnes associated press writer Washington a in a turnabout from past declarations president Nixon cited three reasons monday night Why he is setting aside the principle of executive privilege to make Public numerous transcripts of presidential conversations. Quot first in the present circumstances the House of representatives must be Able to reach an informed judgment about the presidents role in watergate a he said. Quot second i am making a major exception to the principle of confidentiality because i believe such action is now necessary to restore the principle itself by Clearing the air of the Central question that has brought such pressures upon it. Quot third in the context of the current impeachment climate i believe All the american people As Well As their representatives in Congress Are entitled to have not Only the facts but also the evidence that demonstrates those facts. I want there to be no question remaining about the fact that the president has nothing to hide in this Nixon a statement monday night on the value of the taped conversations precisely contradicted what he said last july in a letter to chairman Sam j. Ervin jr., d-., of the Senate watergate committee. This time Nixon referred to the accounts of the conversations As a the evidence which will allow this matter to be brought to a prompt but in the letter to Ervin rejecting a tapes request Nixon had said much earlier in the watergate affair Quot if the release of the tapes would Settle the Central questions at Issue in the watergate inquiries then their disclosure might serve a substantial Public interest that would have to be weighed very heavily against the negatives of disclosure. That fact is that the tapes would not finally Settle the Central Nixon said Quot unless a president can protect the privacy of the advice he gets he cannot get the advice that he needs a he had elaborated on that theme at length in past Public appearances starting almost from the time last july when the existence of a White House tape recording system first was disclosed at the Senate watergate hearings. But this time said Nixon the three factors Quot combined to persuade me that a major unprecedented exception to that principle is now Nixon yielded on tapes before. After losing a Federal court Appeal on a Case involving tapes sought by the watergate special revival re april 28 thru May 5 7 30 . Evangelist Rev. Frank Harth special singing nightly music director mrs. Jeanette Beard sunday May 5th, Homecoming and old fashion Day. Everyone Welcome pastor. Rev. Elwood Faircloth Lake Park Baptist Church Hillsville 14-27-4 tar i it us a to there is a difference when High Point families who know recommend one funeral Home other families can rely on that recommendation. All mortuaries Are not alike cd the difference is vitally important to the family which seeks a perfect final tribute for a loved one. At Harold c. Davis research to families who have used our services shows that All respondents do recommend us to other families. Please remember this important fact suggest our name when a Friend needs our help. Our Beautiful new Chapel has no stairs to climb. Harold clavis funeral Home North main at Farriss Avenue Call 885-5049 a select member of Pydi Call Harold c. Davis prosecutor Nixon stopped Short of going to the supreme court choosing instead to hand Over the tapes. An Appeal to the highest court he explained later would have brought confrontation Quot Between the supreme court and the president. And second it would have established very possibly a precedent a precedent breaking Down constitutionality that would plague future presidencies not just the chauvinism got its name from Nicholas Chauvin of Rochefort France a Soldier of the first Republic and Empire whose demonstrative loyalty to Napoleon i became notorious. By Owen Ullmann associated press writer Detroit a Chrysler corp., staggering from a 98 per cent drop in first Quarter profits has boosted the average Price of its cars $99. It predicts two More increases in the next five months. Director John t. Dunlop of the Cost of living Council condemned the increase Chrysler announced on monday As it puts Chrysler average car and truck prices $335 above their december 1973 level. The 2.9 per cent increase in sticker prices is Chrysler third since dec. To when the Cost of living Council lifted in 400 years the Liberty Bell has been the Only Bell from Whitechapel a foundry to have cracked. The inexperience of Bell ringers in the colonies was said to have caused the Accident. Controls on the Auto Industry in return for a Promise from All Auto makers except Chrysler to limit Price hikes to $150 per car for the balance of the 1974 Model year barring Quot unforeseen major economic Chrysler chairman Lynn Townsend said the new increase is justified because of skyrocketing costs despite the commitment. Dunlop fired Back Quot i View or. Townsend a statement As a display of consummate Gall in announcing an interpretation of an agreement to which he chose not to be a party. Quot while his competitors Are participating in the Effort through decontrol commitments to stabilize prices through the remainder of the 1974 Model year or. Townsend in effect now Calls on his competitors to raise their prices in violation of their agreements with the with worldwide vehicle sales off 14 per cent and . Car sales Down 20.3 per cent from 1973, Chrysler reported sales of $2.7 billion Down 7 per cent from the first Quarter of 1973. The Auto makers North american operations recorded an $11.8 million deficit. Overseas operations showed a $13.4 million profit. The firm said its first Quarter 1974 profits were $1.6 million or three cents a share compared with a record $89 8 million or $1.71 a share during the first three months of 1973. General motors reported Friday its first Quarter profits plummeted 85 per cent to a 26year Low of $120 million. Ford plans to release its operating statement today and also is expected to show a significant drop in profits. Townsend said another Price increase is Likely by july 31, when the current Model run ends because of anticipated new Cost increases totalling $100 per vehicle. Cockerham Howan dispensing opticians 527 n main St phone 17-514 a a completer p Lee Cockerham we fill any doctors prescription for classes a optical service a repairs a duplications 4 781 4 off Street park7ngt Robert l. Mowan b. A. Hall is concerned for you vote . Hall for county commissioner May 7 democratic primary t4?9 Robert Morgan believes a Zenith hearing Aid insures Quality after Purchase Protection satisfaction. We Start with a Complete evaluation to determine your need. Then we help select the Aid that a right for you. Choose from a Complete line of Zenith instruments priced from $85.00 to $390.00. The Price includes All the consultation and after Purchase adjustments necessary to your Complete satisfaction. Batteries for All makes of hearing aids. The Quality goes in before the name goes on. Ask about our 5-year Protection plan. A a manufacturer s suggested retail Price Piedmont hearing Aid Center Quot a trusted name in better hearing 400 n. Main 883-2815 lobby of Sheraton hotel Quot the High Cost of living is one of the most troublesome problems facing All of us in North Carolina. As attorney general i have recognized this. We be fought to bring Down the High Cost of drugs to keep Utility rates Down to reduce milk prices to eliminate fraud and deception in the Market place to safeguard the consumer a for North Carolina elect Robert Morgan United states senator paid Tor by the Robert Morgan for United states Senate commit Hnry Pool treasurer. 14-304 James Mcwillis of Winston Salem. Fourth in a series of actual Case histories from the Hies of Blue Cross and Blue shield of North Carolina 14 04 the Man with the plaster Arm is James Mcwillis of Winston Salem an ardent cyclist who had an Accident trying to avoid an Accident. It happened at Myrtle Beach. While swerving to miss a car his motorcycle overturned he broke his Arm and sprained both Ankles. James was rushed to a Hospital. They a Rayed his Arm put the cast on and taped his Ankles All in the outpatient department. After he got Back Home his doctor sent him to the Hospital for More x rays to see if his Arm was Healing properly. And they a Ere also made As a Hospital outpatient. The Accident was unfortunate. But James was Lucky in one Way. He a a member of a Blue Cross and Blue shield group plan paid for by his employer. It covers outpatient treatments like rays and casts. So at least he Wasny to hobbled with Hospital Bills. 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