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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Files will be kept secret says Jaworski Washington a special prosecutor Leon Jaworski says he does t intend to turn Over his watergate investigation files to the House judiciary committee. Jaworski said sunday that a i have no right to release because they Are being presented to a grand jury. He spoke on the Abc program a issues and the House committee is investigating the possible impeachment of president Nixon. Jaworski said Quot i have Only one course i can follow to hold the evidence he said that if subpoenaed by House investigators a i d meet the gentlemen at the Jaworski said he still is attempting to gain Access to certain information from the White House and expected a decision sometime today on his request. A i have been told that a decision is being made a he said. Asked what evidence he was attempting to get Jaworski said i can go Only so far As to say that they re documents Leon Jaworski and some Are in the nature of tapes a he said. The special prosecutor disagreed with vice president Gerald r. Ford on the availability of White House evidence. Ford said on the lbs program. A face the that Jaworski had already been Given More tapes than he requested a i have some requests outstanding for tapes a he said. A any idea this material has been spoon fed me is in error. I be had to go after Ford also said sunday that the Huse committee should be granted the Power to subpoena president Nixon but he added that he in t sure the authority would be enough to Force Nixon to comply. He suggested that if subpoenaed the president might answer the committee s questions without a personal appearance Ford said their is no Legal defense a for an unlimited fishing expedition in the office of the whether Nixon should appear if called Ford said a depends on the the House is scheduled to consider granting the committee unlimited subpoena Power when it meets wednesday. Oil firms warned about slighting independents by Dallas Lee associated press writer Atlanta. A. A a Federal Energy office official has warned of possible criminal prosecution if major Oil suppliers discriminate against Independent dealers. William n. Walker general counsel for the Energy office said complaints have mounted that some major companies a Are giving preferential treatment to company owned outlets at the expense of Independent at a news conference sunday following a speech to the National association of realtors Walker commented. A this is contrary to the letter As Well As the spirit of Feo he said the Energy office has a team of Justice department lawyers investigating charges of discrimination and that criminal indictments As Well As civil penalties could result if practices continue. A i m warning the major companies now not to discriminate against the Independent marketers a he said a suppliers will be held strictly accountable for allocating supplies on a fair and no discriminating Walker also said the Energy office was prepared to impose ceilings on that 25 per cent of domestically produced crude Oil which has remained exempted from Price controls. About half the exempted Oil As categorized As a new or Oil produced above 1972 production Levels. As a production incentive prices have been permitted to soar to about $10 per barrel nearly double the Price of regulated crude Oil. A we can place a ceiling on that incentive a Walker said a prices Are As High As $10 a moms he weather forecast to in. To it Dur in i �4 Ltd Ltd mat Cantril total a a Ltd a a it Down to 20 tonight a touch of Winter returns to North Carolina today through tuesday. Freezing temperatures Are on tap for tonight forecast North Carolina Chance of Snow flurries in the mountains today. Otherwise partly Cloudy and cold today through tuesday. Highs today and tuesday mostly in the 40s. Lows tonight mostly in the 20s. South Carolina cold wave warning East portion for tonight. Partly Cloudy and colder today through tuesday. Highs today Low 50s lows tonight mid 20s to around 30 with moderate Frost. Highs tuesday in the 50s 3-Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook wednesday through Friday occasional rain wednesday and thursday Clearing Friday. Highs in the 50s except 60s Southeast portion. Lows in the 30s except mostly 40s thursday morning morning temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending at 3 . Edt station h l or Asheville cloy 62 30 .06 Augusta Eddy 75 41 .05 Charleston cloy 77 47 .31 Charlotte cloy 67 32 .08 Columbia cloy to 47 Greensboro Cdv 55 29 .28 go Ville s.c., cloy 70 34 .14 Raleigh cloy 58 34 .21 Savannah cloy 77 44 .02 Wilmington Cdv 75 42 52 for the High Point area the Friendship Weatherman predicts partly Cloudy skies and cold through tuesday with highs in the Low to mid 40s. Tonight slow should be around 20. The Chance of precipitation is near Zero through tuesday. The Outlook for wednesday is Tor occasional rain with highs in the 50s. Last nights Low was 29 degrees. Barrel for new Oil. There is a likelihood placing a ceiling somewhere below that level but above the regulated Price for old the other portion of exempted crude Oil is produced by a stripper Wells a smaller Wells which produce less than to barrels per Day. He said. The a stripper Wells Are exempted from Price regulations by Law. The Energy office will support a move in Congress to lift that exemption. Walker said. As further reaction to the Independent truckers strike. Walker said the Energy office has increased the allocation of diesel fuel to truck stops by to per cent and has doubled the number of Federal agents available to probe Price gouging charges. In his speech to the realtors. Walker said the chances of avoiding gasoline rationing a Are at least 50 per motorists ignoring 55 limit Raleigh apr after an initial period of acceptance. North Carolina motorists have begun to ignore the new 55 Miles per hour Speed limit according to the Highway patrol. Col. E w. Jones said today the patrol issued about As Many speeding citations for the week of january 21 As it did for a comparable week before the Energy crisis the patrol had reported a Sharp decline in speeding tickets during the first few weeks of lower Speed limits imposed in an Effort to curb fuel use. A it appears the fad did not last a Jones said. While expressing Hope that motorists will revert to their original cooperative attitude. The patrol issued nearly 3.000 tickets during the week of january 21, compared to about 2.000 in the week of december to the first for the new limits. Business notes join staff Curtis e. Long president Long. Haymes amp Carr inc. Has announced the addition of three people to the firm s creative staff. Joining the advertising Agency As copywriters Are Grace Moran and Lynne Wieland a third new staff member Blair Kleitsch has been named an Art director. Mrs. Moran a graduate of Florida state University and Kendall school of design grand rapids Michigan served in the Navy before moving to this area As copy director for Behrends amp Henderson advertising Agency. Mrs. Moran s husband Joel is a designer with Thomas Keller amp associates High Point. Mrs. Wieland attended Urcla los Angeles Art Center and the University of Bordeaux France. She was copy director at Redden laboratories inc., a los Angeles cosmetic manufacturer and More recently advertising manager at metro news inc. A los Angeles newspaper publisher. Mrs. Wieland is married to John a. Wieland general manager of Parks Chevrolet in Kernersville. Riddle expands . Riddle inc. Of Kernersville announces that its new real estate division has commenced operations offering brokerage service in commercial Industrial and income properties throughout the triad area. Their general contracting division has been Active in residential and commercial construction for the past three years and their real estate operation is an attempt to broaden services to retail and Industrial firms in the area. Tornado reported on coast Wilmington a the National weather service said sunday a Tornado was reported by the Public near the new Hanover county Airport. Police at Wilmington said no injuries were reported but the funnel picked up a tractor trailer and turned it Over on a storage shed 40 feet away. The police also said some Power lines were Down Trees were uprooted shingles were blown off some roofs and All the windows in a Church were blown out. Hot fliers locusts cannot Fly until their body temperature reaches about 70 degrees f. The Cool of night stiffens their Muscles and they must bask in the Sun before taking Wing High Point Enterprise monday february 4,1974 3a Public housing program revised by g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington a the budget unveiled today by the Nixon administration would breathe new life into Community improvement and Public housing assistance programs suspended earlier. The budget for the depart Ervin Bill protects privacy Washington a North Carolina sen. Sam Ervin or. Says he will introduce legislation tuesday that would restrict the authority of police to collect and distribute information on . Citizens. A the time has come to take Concrete first Steps to protect the most prize but most perishable of our civil liberties the right to privacy a he said in a statement. The Bill would forbid police from using incomplete information As raw arrest records for any purpose other than Law enforcement. This would make it illegal to turn Over data to credit investigators or to potential employers. Ervin chairman of the Senate watergate investigating committee and the constitutional rights subcommittee said a when the government knows All of our secrets we stand naked before official Power. A stripped of our privacy we lose our rights and privileges. The Bill of rights then becomes just so Many under the Bill a police department could request a person s criminal history from another department Only after re arresting the person. A tis the season the know it All out on the town generally winds up asking someone the Way Home. Ment of housing and Urban development earmarked subsidies for tenants in 118,000 Public housing units Between now and june 30 and another 300,000 units during the following 12 months revising a program which had been suspended a year ago the administration said it will make up the difference Between what it considers a fair Market rate for rents and what qualified Low come tenants can pay. The program would be handled through local housing authorities which can either lease existing buildings on behalf of the tenants or encourage developers to put up new buildings. The administration also earmarked $560 million for the better communities act its version of former Model cities Urban renewal and related programs suspended earlier. A activities actually undertaken would be on the basis of local priorities since the Federal government will not prescribe How cities should use their funds a the housing and Urban development budget documents said the old programs were More specific on How the Money could be used. The $560 million initially ear marked for the proposed better communities act is below the level of funding in the waning years of the earlier programs. Urban renewal alone Cost Over $1 billion in its last full year of operation. But the administration is asking for $2.3 billion funding from Congress to get the Nixon program geared up. The better communities act requires approval by Congress before it can go into effect. The budget continues the freeze on the major housing subsidy classifications a the Home ownership assistance program and the rental unit mortgage subsidies. But Money authorized in earlier years is expected to finance starts for about 70.000 new units. The budget also contains the estimated $6 6 billion housing Secretary James e. Lynn had said earlier he would use to subsidize mortgage payments for buyers of 200,000 new Homes. It s proved be a splendid Success. Our very easy Lay away plan. Thousands of people in Guilford Davidson and Randolph counties have taken advantage of it. A Smoll Deposit will hold. No carrying charges and no interest on any Purchase. And no collectors. Please remember. A Nash saves you Cash Quot Nash jewelry amp loan 127 n. Main St. Sales amp service Complete tune up every part checked cleaned adjusted and lubricated As needed. Free pick up Only Cali Hus 885-8493 7.95 Quot a the vacuum Center 122 w Broad St. Oil tanks for Sale the Supply of fuel Oil and kerosene is extremely Short. Increase your storage now so you won t run out of Oil this Winter. We have a limited Supply left. Sarto e e e e e a above ground with stand 280 gallon 550 gallon 125 of above ground with stand installation available delivery charge of 5 per tank Ilderton Oil company 714 w. Fairfield re. High Point . Tel. 885-2714 look at the kind off Money available to you really the size of the loan depends on How much you can repay each month. And All we look for Are signs that you re Able to handle it. Like your budget Book or paycheck stub Check the Chart then phone and Tell us How much you want amount financed no. Of monthly payments amount of monthly payments total of payments $2,000 36 $ 69.33 $2,495.88 $3,000 36 $104.00 $3,744 of $5,000 60 $11895 $7,137.00 annual percentage rate 15% life. Accident and health insurance available. Not included in above figures phone now for number one service cr�din7 w i Rhi it mortgage and loan company youre number one across from the old Enterprise bldg. 306 North main St. High Point . Jerry Ridenhour mgr. Phone 882-3381 i froze u copyright 1974, the Kroger co. We Reserve the right to limit quantities prices effective through sat., feb. 9, 1974 Ime Mue Lour mme store hours 9 am to open Mon. Thru sat. Pm College Village and Westchester mall by Dukj. Kroger Frozen 100%, Florida Orange juice limit one Peck with a Purchase of $5 of or More Frohn Orange Juius . Govt. Graded Choice Boneless ib0st0n Roll roast la fresh Cut up mixed pkg. Includes 3 for quarters with full backs,3 hindquarters with full backs 3 wings 2 pkg. Giblets including necks. N serve save in the piece Fryer parts ii Bologna inti Ira Iii Hook Ccu of save in s with this Coupon and Purchase of i emr Assy i Mayonnaise with Coupon 3 void after sat., feb. 9, 1974 subject p to applicable state amp local taxes. . Al i Quot Jill Kroger ipod p ts1 a 8 0$t of plus. I Kroger fresh Grade a Large eggs dozen Jor pm nor Fth Cree in of a Ger soups a a l 8 a

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