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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise tuesday december la 1973 business and financial news Stock Market report new York map Stock prices were mixed today in what analysts said was a drying up of buying after recent Strong gains. Many analysts had been wondering How Long the recent rally could continue As Long As the Energy crisis remained a real Factor in the Economy. Some of them predicted a new testing of the Market s Bottom soon although they said it might not begin today. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials which earlier had been up More than 5 Points was Down 1,05, at 850.09, the Dow Blue Chip indicator has gained Back in the last three sessions about 1-3 of its recent 200-Point loss. 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In is entitled to the use for reproduction of All local a it t in this in of eel tool apr a Dap % he entered As second Quot lass matter at the to office High Point under act of March 3. 1829 second class postage paid it High Point All carriers dealer and distributors me Independent contractors and the High Point Enterprise inc is not responsible for Advance subscription payments mods to them of their repro Seinita tiers for Ham delivery Rote con tort your local f a Ruer Ward Griffith company National advertising representative i cd East air lii., 47 7 6% 69 % e Astro 1 28a 28 is is a 115% i 9 Eaton so 5 19 26% 25% 26%1 6chlm 34 21 29 27 % 26 a 27%2% it Pasoni 6 18 139 13 a 139 % Ehr Cpl so 6 2 25. 25. 254 % Emere 65 31 81 46% 45% 44 1 e Maui i 6 5 25 24 a 24 1 a is Sexton 72 a 18 149 14% 14% % Ethyl up 4 21 23% 22% 23%1% Eva cup 406 5 30 la 109 10% % e a a on 4 75e 9 29 92 91 1 91% 9 of a a Cam Joe la 139 49% 45. 46 t-3 r i r ind 0e 44 >3 4 a 44% % Pant Tel to 5 i in to to. 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T a 9 12 18% i 119 9 pig id 1.70 5 la 239 23% 239 9 proc g i to 24 44 97% a a 97% % is Coil 20 6 13 15 ii is. A vegt 72 i 57 18% 189 119 % Publ car 249 30 54 39 39 39 v9 Pue Biol 28a to 17 4. 4% 49 % pug spa �8 i i 259 25 25 % Par,tfsh.21 3 i 4% 4% 4% 9 quits to so 22 9 27 % 27. 27% quester 50 5 4 i09 19�? % by Ralston 75 is 14 40 39% 40.banco lh.92 5 6 1 2 i Llu Pap dam so 3 94 a 14 a 14% a Bavy ten 70 to a a. 28 a i re Al 11109 19% ism 119 9 tread go a 2 29 2% a re % a debate pc 28 29 jul a reach cd 40 5 to 7 t Tate % reps Tel 20a 5 la 23% 23 23 % re Toni j8 18 h 60-a 60 40 % Fey my 68 7 26 429 47 42% % be unmet 40 19 96 19% of a lid rudder a 40 i i 12% 12% 12% % w a a its t 99#to 5 a 5% so a a Rock wit 1 80 4 24 25% 25 a 259 a Rah Rind 90 12 23 199 of 19% % Rocco it 64 to a 17 14% 15% 14% a rovid7 64# 5 42 339 33 33 by drays to 17 la 2826 % 78 Toso safety i 60 to 17 34 % 35 a j$%�?19 of Juemel 60 to 30 is a a 35 St sae 2 50 6 18 30. 30 % 30%. 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I 43 9 16 16% 16 1 6% % soc e e 56 7 18 19 19 ish % Southern 7 252 15% 15 9 15%% son res i 50 9 14 49 a 48. 49% 9 Sot p i 2 16 to 18 35% 35 a 35 a Soury i 92 Loio 43 a 63% 439 % Sperr h by 15 162 46% 44% 44%-1 % Square i Roll �9 76 a 25% 25% % by 25 20 88% 7. 88 % s by end i 13 to 5 48 47% 48 in s toc Al Al 70 6 4 8 29 a 28 a 28% % stoittnd68 14 45 too. 98% 99 a1% s Oiler 2 h 35 6 162 1e0 160 t 5a staut chm i 62 409 386 40 16 Ste drug 60 22 134 28% 28% 21%% Stevens j p2 4 13 24 a 24 a 24. A % . Stock a averages stupor i a 3 3 26% Sun Oil 98r 12 35 56 a syst Onoon 7 3 8 % to to Tampa 88 8 32 15% Tek tron 20 la 9 42% teledyn.59t 4 la h a Tel exp 30 3% Tenno l 44 i 47 23% Tesoro Loe 12 118 47% Texaco 1.76 7 206 299 Texter i is 14 17 49% Texas Golf .76 is 13 30 a Tex inst 68 31 141 104% Tex old 54e 22 3 21 a text Rohl 8 to 229 Thio Koi 50 5 13 la thrdtdg.37 6 4 6% timemir.32 to 13 la a of Man i 80a 6 it 31% Tod she 20p 20 4 13 a Tram Wair 4 73 16 transam.59 7 88 9 tritons 816,. 36 2444 try ini.12 6 if 209 thence i be 6 19 6 % 26 % 26. % 55k 56 a % i. I % shortage could be lighter Lluu Stock averages c emailed by the Alsatia red trait to is 15 �0 lad raid util stacks netchfng.17 .2 15 noon tuts 437 9 1 54 0 1 03.4 280 2 prey Day 437 i 152 3 103 7 278 7 week ago. 414 6 1 47 7 99 3 266 1 month alb. 459 5 152 9 1107 2910 veer ago -----521 1 186 3 Uto 3410 1973 High 532 7 184 7 146 3 346 9 1973 Low 405 9 1 25 5 97 9 261 0 1972 High 529 8 203 4 152 1 349 9 1972 Low 471 0 169 7 121 7 311.9 Bond Avbra Obs compiled by the asset in ted press it to to to to Ralls ind. Uttel. Pin. I cd. Net change Holch. C c a chg noon Tut 52 3 11 1 17 3 98 7 76 7 prey Oay. 52 3 ii i 87 3 98 7 76 7 week ago 52 1 81 6 8 7 3 98 7 77m, month a to 5mt 816 17 5 98 7 77 year ago 52 1 15 5 89 4 915 111 1973 High 53 9 15 4 89 3 99 6 82 7 1983 Low 5> 6 71 0 1 5 2 96 3 74 2 1972 High. 53.2 151 in 5 99 6 13 1 1972 i of 51 i 8t 5 86 7 91 5 80 i Ual inc la 33 ump lnd.96 5 to uncarb2.10 7 145 in etecl.78 9 21 nocal 1.70 9 120 upaccp7 40 15 112 uniroyal.70 5 56 unit air .80 5 45 uni Brand 5 9 in itch 73e 6 umm 1,30 4 22 la Gypsi 60 6 47 us Ina 65 3 37 us steel 1 60 6 123 25c 9 148 la plot n 88 39 it us India 4 17 wecbova.7i 14 4 warn 77a 22 60 Wasp 1.44 9 2 a Natl 2se 6 26 in inc i 40 i 16 Winton 1,40 3 310 wet tact 97 1 4 400 Wever 86a 16 86 Weyr Harwi 6 whet Fri 40 9x15 a tribe Roll to White motor 6 48 Whittaker 39 74 , in be 16 216 i 26 17 is Winnebago 9 96 to Lith i 20 5 62 it a a a Vii Xerox Cpl 31191 134 131% 131%-% Zale corp 77 6 2 15% 15% 15%,. Zenith i 57 8 10 21% 27% 37%-% copyrighted by the a Kkt a de Tress 1973 american a Exchange new Vork a american Stock e a a henge selected Neon prices sales net i ads High Law Lait Che a a a a a Petit i 20 to Indus 30 Asame Rao 9 la 30% 7 to in i 75 26% 26 26 60 1 3 a 13 a by la 33 21% 206 Barnes eng 5 3% 3% Brest Alt 4 95 17 16% brewer.40 5 14 to 9% Buttes Goh 31 159 32% 30% 30% 30% 11-16 la # 26 a 13 a 209-16 3% 169�? % 99 % jul 9 cd Camp Citty i la 6 a 69 689. Cer Trunp 16 2 i i cinerama. I 1% i tcr�oip2 20a 8 30 in % 17% 17% % i 0 1 0 1 Daacon to 2 1% 1% i. Dillard 40 5 a 14% tax 14%�? % Dixi Cyncor v 1% 8% a 9 on Alecto 13 18 2 a 2% 2�?T. % a i e i ctr 36t i 14 2 2 4e is Cham i �2 3 2% 3 i of f is 0 3% 3% 3%�? % it Antiwar air 4 3 4% 4 4 a a a g go a arc of 7 19 19 a giant v 4ga la 54 10% to to. Gabai Inch so 23 3% 3 j a pm he Hormel la to 2 15% 15% Hutko t is 12 88 269 24% a Imp of 80a 29115 43% 42% instr Quot a by s Inoff a 1.90 Jimsy lit ctr enact re a or in 10r Kin a Harp Lafay Rado Lomaur 36 Cee enter 30 Loewe heat it Corput marinating Mea Enco 12 ii it chug to 20 Milf Tel 36b Migoc Ift Newler am Newark a n proc 3se Nordn ohs orc up to or mend Ina Zierk Atron per msgr St ret pack Scurry a it Loi Statham ins syntax 40 syn text Phi technic dior in Brandt us f it to Val spar 74 View Tex Viko Alec Vancorp westers up 5%25 i a 43 6 6 20 i a i % it 5 22 22 219 219 9 a a 3 la 4 4 4 5 4 2 a 2 9 2. Ice a 4 in 69 6% 4% a. La % % % % la 4 36 8 7% 7 % a i 4 1$ 4% 3% 4 7 4 Lull la % 123 4% 4. 4%�? % 27 j 2�?T. 2% m a 4 4 5% 5 a 59 4% la i 9% to 9% a 20 9 j i 3 %. 12 109 10% 10% a 8 to 17 16. 14-a 1 4 a n no la 9 9 la 26 2% 2 4� 2% % to 2j 89 8 8 a i 17 s3 6 a 6 m6 6 mi�?1-14 o of 6 6 29 25 % 20 8 i 13 % 13-16-3-14 23 3 3 3 a a -0 10 21 4. 4 a 26 2% 2. It -9 45 26 4% 4% 4 a i 15 43 79 7 a 7% 5 Sio 17 21% 20. 20 9�? % 9 la 12% 12% 12% 49 37 183 124 i 22 122 s a 17 to 61 6l _ i t it 5 23 7 6% 69 % u a 48 i1% l. A 8 30 8% 8 i 8%�? % v a 6 3 3 a 3 a 3 a a % 41 i i i. 29 2 a 2 2. 4 35 49 449 w a a i 38 2% 2% 2% % is 31 6% 69 64 a % i x i it i n h ism % Nelson Rockefeller % Rockefeller % resigning governorship Albany . A gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller announced today he was resigning As governor effective next tuesday but said he had not decided whether to seek the presidency in 1976. Rockfeller 65, said he would not seek a fifth term As governor. He said he would devote his energies to two groups he chairs the commission for critical choices for americans and the National commission on water Quality. Regarding the presidency Rockefeller said a a in a not a candidate for nomination for the presidency. Whether i will become a candidate in the future i do not know i like to keep my options he said that a under no circumstances would i consider such a move before the latter part of 1975 or while in a chairman of these two Rockefeller s successor As governor will he it. Gov. Malcolm Wilson. Rockefeller who made his announcement at a news conference introduced Wilson and said he was confident the lieutenant governor would carry on the programs of the Rockefeller administration. Rockefeller said he could provide a a greater Public service to the people of new York state and the nation a by resigning to head the two commissions than by continuing to serve out his fourth four year term As governor. That term expires dec. 31. 1974. Rockefeller organized the critical choices commission As a state group hut it was later expanded into a National commission with directions to study the great issues of the nations future. The commission is composed of National and state political leaders scientists and educators. Among the members Are vice president Gerald r. Ford and Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger. Kissinger was Rockefeller a foreign affairs specialist in the governors campaigns for the gop nomination in 1964 and 1968. Rockefeller also mounted a lukewarm hid for the nomination in 1960 in recent weeks Rockefeller has avoided direct answers to questions about his presidential ambitions. A live tried of. How in be tried a he once replied yet Eind 8 Zim Horn 24 i copyrighted by 40 17% 15% 3 36 3% a at a saes til. Gets Are unofficial unless i there be noted rates of ii. A deals in to foregoing table Are annual disbursements r ased on the last quarterly or sen Quot annual dec Ara on. Special or extra dividends or payments not designated As regular Are in the Wing footnotes. A also a Ira or extras b annual rate Pius Slot dividend cd liquidating dividend e de tired or paid in preceding 12 months. A declared or paid offer Stock dividend or split up. A a declared or paid to s year an accumulative Issue with dividends in arrears. A new Issue pm raid Wilt year dividend emitted de a erred or no a Ion Xen at Quot ast div Send meeting re declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus Stock dividend to paid in Stock m preceding 12 months estimated Cash value on sex dividend or exd Strimbu Tom Date. 4 a sales in full. Cid called x sex dividend y 61 dividend and sales in full x Dis a d Strimbu lion. Rex rights a a a without warrants we with warrants we we distributed i when issued Ndu next Day delivery via in bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy a f or securities assumed by such com denies. F n a f orig Issue subject to interest equalization lax. 1$%-1% a % press 1973 Energy crisis picture not completely dark by Dudley Lehew associated press writer done to turn the thermostat Back up or All the lights Back on. But a few Bright spots have pierced the darkness of the Energy crisis. The Stock Market continued its upward surge monday a research firm said the Arab Oil embargo be As severe As expected and an Arab Oil minister said conditions for the embargo have changed. The Petroleum Industry research foundation inc., said monday the . Fuel shortage will be a Little less severe the first three months of 1974 than the government had thought the firm estimated the country soil shortage at up to 2.8 million barrels a Day. The governments figure is 3.5 million barrels a Day. One source said the governments estimate appeared to have been based on the worst possible Supply and weather predictions. The Stock Market surged upward for the third straight session monday. Analysts said investors turned away from the Energy crisis and returned to the business of buying stocks. They said the absence of bad news from the Middle East contributed to the Advance. And saudi arabian Oil minister Sheik Ahmed Zaki a1 Yamani said in Washington that the Arab Oil embargo could end Early next month if Israel promises to withdraw from occupied Arab territory. He said the embargo was a originally linked to the Complete withdrawal of Israel a but he said Arab Oil producing nations will now lift the embargo when Israel agrees to withdraw from occupied lands and the United states guarantees the withdrawal. The Congress meanwhile took Steps to Cope with the crisis. The Senate passed a Bill requiring the Labelling of cars and major household appliances As to their Energy consumption. The measure also requires Federal agencies to consider the Energy shortage in developing policies and programs and it sets aside research Money to develop Auto engines which use less gasoline. Senate and House conferees agreed on a Bill putting the nation on year wind Daylight saving time. The Bill would require National time to be set ahead one hour on the fourth sunday after enactment. The country would remain on St through october 1975. The White House estimates the St move would Cut electricity and heating demands As much As three per cent. Mere was also discouraging news from a consumer Point of View a a consumer group said Home heating Oil prices have risen 44 per cent since last win ter in the Boston area. The group said the prices will go up nearly that much again before this Winter ends. Average Price of a gallon of Home heating Oil was 30.26 cents last week. A gasoline retailers meeting in Miami said gasoline shortages Are squeezing their profits. They want phase 4 Price controls lifted so they can raise prices by at least one to three cents a gallon. A the internal Revenue service said about one fourth of truck stops checked in Grandfather Mountain records 0 Asheville . A a hard freeze was reported in the North Carolina mountains this morning. Zero degrees was reported atop Grandfather Mountain near Linville at to a m. Today. A weather observer said winds were at 50 knots on the Mountain for a chill Factor of minus 54 degrees. About one Inch of Snow fell there last night. Elsewhere Laurel Springs in Alleghany county had an overnight Low of 12 degrees. It was 14 in Canton 15 in Fletcher and 16 at Hendersonville and Asheville. Police against theft lottery Wilmington. Del. Apr the owner of an Auto repair shop Here upset at the rash of recent thefts in his area has raised the ire of City police by proposing a larceny lottery. De Dresh says he wants neighbourhood merchants to each kick $10 into a pot with the Cash payoff going to the next theft robbery or burglary victim. The idea a does no to do much a for the image of the Wilmington police a spokesman for the police department said monday. Helms plan to save busing Gas rejected Washington apis the Senate rejected monday an amendment proposed by sen Jesse Helms r-., that would have limited the busing of school children to conserve gasoline. The Senate vote to table the amendment was 46-45. The proposal would have allowed children to be assigned to the school nearest their Homes. Recent Days were found in violation of government Price restrictions in diesel sales to truckers. The irs said it found 224 violations in checks at 833 truck stops a figure it described As an a abnormally High violation a Oil daily an Industry publication said last week s average retail Price of regular Brand gasoline exclusive of taxes was 29.23 cents per gallon compared with 28.96 cents per gallon a week earlier and 24.45 cents a year ago. And there were those other Energy related developments a the government said it was considering a suit to break up ownership of 95 per cent of alaskans vast Prudhoe Bay Oil Fields and 80 per cent of the Alaska pipeline by three companies a Atlantic Richfield Exxon and British Petroleum. The Sierra club also said it might file such a suit. Construction of the pipeline to to begin within weeks. Completion expected in 1977, would bring Oil from the Rich North slope Fields to Consumers in the lower 48 states. A the Navy said plans have been drawn up setting priorities for closing Shore facilities in the event of an extreme fuel emergency. A the director of the governments Bureau of engraving and printing denied reports that his office has been told to produce gasoline ration coupons. Broadened from Page i a hearings he said. Focusing on another aspect of Nixon a weekend disclosure of his tax affairs that he had paid no state income tax House democratic leaders used a news conference to Tell reporters they regularly paid tax to their Home states. Speaker Carl Albert volunteered that he is paying s875 a Quarter to Oklahoma on his estimate of 1972 tax liability majority Leader Thomas p. O Neill said he is paying Massachusetts about $2,000 a year and whip John j. Mcfall said his quarterly payment to California is More than $600. Nixon s statement said he had been advised that he was not liable for California state tax on income earned outside the state. However a formal contest of n Ixon s tax status in California was expected at a meeting today of the state franchise tax Board. William m. Bennett a Democrat has asked the Board to determine whether the president had met any California income tax obligation he might have. Bennett contends that since Nixon votes and owns property in California he should pay state income taxes. Over the counter bid asked quotations from the Nash Are representative inter dealer prices As of approximately la a. In. Inter dealer markets change throughout the Day. Prices do not include retail markup markdown or commissions. These quotations Are provided through the High Point office of e f. Hutton co inc. Bid ask american furniture 51 5 % Anheuser Busch 36s 371 Atlantic Pepsie 6 7 Bassett furniture 18y# 19yj Bluefield Supply 911 1931 Cameron Fin. Corp. 18a 19 Chatham mfg. 13 is 15 coca cola by. Con. 8va 9 a Daniel into. Com. 42 42v# a head corp 8 a 9 Henredon 15 17 Hickory furn. 4va 4vi jul Ivey 7v� 8 Lane 17v 18v# life of Carolina 2vs 2h a cab corp. 36�?~ 363/4 n. C. Natural Gas 94 Ion Western inv. Com. 145� 154 Phillips Foscue i1 2 Piedmont Avia. 47 53/a Puhi. Serv. Of . 9va to hex plastics 4va 4% Royal scots inns in 2li sout. Film extrude. 2v 3v# West knitting 6 7. Real estate investment limited partnership interests in Karp Nestler properties i Are priced at $1000 per unit minimum Purchase-5 units. This recently formed limited partnership has options or agreements to acquire equity interests in specified Multi family residential apartment projects and intends to acquire equity interests in other unspecified projects of a similar nature. The 4300 units of this new Issue will be sold Only to purchasers who represent in writing that they have a net Worth exclusive of Home furnishings and automobiles of at least $25,000 and an annual income of at least $30,000 or that they have a net Worth exclusive of Home furnishings and automobiles of at least $50,000. This announcement is not an Otter to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. The offering is made Only by the prospectus which May be obtained in any state in which this announcement is circulated Only from securities dealers who May lawfully Otter this Security in such state. Neither the attorney general of the state of new York nor the attorney general of the state of new Jersey nor the Bureau of securities of the state of new Jersey has passed on or endorsed the merits of this offering. Any representation to the contrary is unlawful. I Thomson Mckinnon i i Auchincloss Kohlmeyer inc. J i member new York Stock Exchange inc. I 301 North main St., High Point North Carolina 27260 i i i j please Send me a free prospectus on Karp Nestler j properties i. I i i i name j address City i Telephone number state zip i i

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