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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise wednesday january 16,1974 business and financial news Stock Market report new York a the Stock Market trying to pull itself out of recent trading doldrums added to gains today despite an absence of news. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 7.23 at 853.63. On the new York Stock Exchange where trading was slow advances led declines 7 to 4. The nose Broad based Index was up .44 at 50.87. The big Board opened 15 minutes late because of a temporary mix up in the computer room at the exchanges biggest member Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner Smith. A the recent dullness in the Market is nothing but an indication that it s pretty Well sold out a said Lucien Hooper of w. E. Hutton co., noting the Small number of lows recorded last week. Giant Yellowknife mines Down a a at 20. Led trading on the american Stock Exchange followed by Day mines unchanged at 12�?~i, and Houston Oil minerals up 24 to 41. Rec Rion corp., which said its tender offer was oversubscribed dropped 2u to 21v. On the big Board Occidental Petroleum led in trading up i14 to 127a. The company said it has discovered a less expensive Way to extract Oil from shale. Winnebago Active tuesday picked up another a to 6v4. New York a Exchange new York a new York Stock Exchange selected noon prices sales net be ads High Lew last chg. 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Ralls my. Urn. Fun. . 30 Indus. Net change .1 .1 20 tramp. Noon aed 52 7 80.1 87 5 98 5 77 i 15 us. Prey Day 52 7 of i 17 4 98 5 77 7 65 Stock. Wee ago 52 5 804 17 j 98 7 77 4 Bonds. Wont hag 51 8 801 87 i 98 6 77 0 40 Bond. Year ago. 523 85 j 89 0 98 6 �?�2 1 to higher Grace rail. .54 57-001 19s3-74 High s3 9 ii 4 �?�9 3 99 6 12 2 to second Grade rails 67 28 to to 1973-74 to 51 6 78 0 85 2 96 3 74 2 to Public utilities. 90 98 001 19/2 High. 53 2 05 8 �?�9 5 98 6 83 i to industrials. 79 930 02 1972 Leat 51 i 83 5 86 7 91 5 80 i 10 21 5 2 7 118 9 7 9 267 Ual inc ump ind 96 uncarb2 to in glee 28 nocal i 70 upaccp2 40 16 8 uniroyal .70 5 47 unit Airt 80 uni brands us top 73e us Gypsy 60 us my 65 ass teen i 60 univ Oil 25e la 14 Upjohn 88 29 25 by India 5 6 Varian 10c a Pew 1.18 4 2 6 25 i 6 53 3 66 7 424 19 in 33 14 47 87- 7 23 8 4 20 114 334 14 48 88 8 23�?Ta 8 8 19 7 40 17 66 331 _ a vol 3 la 10� 35 15 29 29 6 163 15 14 we 4 19 7 a 40 17�?T 6 4 32 194 in 33 a 14 48 4 874 7 23y. 8 is 19 7 a a 40 17 by 66 4�? 33 a a they finally realized his value Oakland. Calif. Apr Tilmon Rochelle says he believed his employer had finally realized his True Worth but he s in jail charged with grand theft Rochelle was earning $359 a month to clean air planes for world airways. He Felt he was being underpaid and asked for a raise. He got one last August hiking his salary to $389.50 a month. But through a computer error he started receiving $389.50 an hour and his weekly paychecks Rose to More than $5,000. Deputy dist. Atty. Fred Hanolt said the 36-year-old maintenance Man received and cashed checks totalling earnings in excess of $15,000 in a three week period. Rochelle was charged with three counts of grand theft. A Well i just figured they a finally realized How much to really Worth a Rochelle replied when asked Why he failed to report the overpayment. 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Day 438 a 167 4 106 1 217 5 week ago 434 7 in 9 107 3 215 4 month ago 429 6 152 1 102 0 275 9 year ago.520 5 175 2 142 4 338 4 1973-74 High ,.532 7 1 84 7 1 46 3 346 9 1973-74 Low 405 9 125 5 97 9 261 0 1972 High 529 8 203 4 152 i 349 9 1972 Low 471 0 169 7 121 j 311 9 Bond averages compiled by the attic rated Pratt american Exchange new York a american Stock Exchange selected noon Poncet Sale net be hot High Low Latt chg. A a a a Petri i 20 la 2 33 a 33�?Ta 33. 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A liquidating dividend of declared or paid in preceding 12 months a declared or paid alter Stock dividend or spill up a declared or paid this year in accumulative Issue with dividends in arrears no new Issue pm paid this year dividend omitted deterred or no action taken at last dividend meeting r a declared or paid in preceding 12 months Pius Stock dividend t a paid in Stock in preceding 12 months estimated Cash value on sex dividend or exd str Button of e i a sales in full. Cid called x a a dividend y a a dividend and sales in full. Did sex distribution or a fix rights a a a without warrant a we with warrants we a when d a Tab used win when issued and a next Day delivery. I in bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy act or securities assumed by such companies. In foreign Issue subject to interest equalization tax. Share whatever gasoline is left Over. Normally that s about 72 per cent of total gasoline ii. Supply the transportation department has estimated. But Simon s Federal Energy office estimates gasoline will be about 20 per cent Short of demand Early this year. Motorists who do not buy in bulk but fuel their vehicles at service stations would All come under Coupon rationing if it becomes necessary. Every licensed Driver at least 18 years old a and some younger ones who could demonstrate need a would be Given an official card authorizing him to get ration coupons. Under Simon s proposal the Motorist would pick up his coupons four times a year at a distribution Center. Each time he would present his authorization card and Drivers License and each time a rationing agent would tear a Tab off the authorization card until the entire card was collected at the end of the year and it was time to get a new one. The Driver would pay three dollars for each three month Supply of coupons. To Purchase gasoline at a service station the Driver would have to hand Over coupons Matching the amount purchased. The value of the coupons in terms of gasoline however might be changed from month to month depending on nationwide gasoline Supply Levels. In other words the Feo might declare each Coupon valid for the Purchase of one gallon in one month then change a Coupon s Validity to half a gallon or maybe two Gallons the next month. By Jim Barlow associated press writer Houston Tex. A a detective has Given a pretrial hearing in the Texas mass murders his account of what occurred in the Home of Dean Corll the Day Corll was shot to death. The testimony of David Mullican of the suburban Houston Community of Pasadena came tuesday during the pretrial hearing for Elmer Wayne Henley 17. Henley has been charged with murder in the deaths of six of 27 teen aged boys whose bodies were uncovered last August. But his forthcoming trial involves Only one of the slayings. Mullican told the court a Story of paint sniff my and sexual perversion which ended when Henley killed Corll 33. As the hearing recessed for the Day. The officer was telling about digging efforts at a Houston boat shed rented by Corll where officers found the decomposed bodies of 17 of the victims including that of Charles r. Cobble 17. Henley will go on trial in cobble s death As soon As the pretrial hearing ends. Lawyers for Henley Are trying to have statements made by Henley admitting guilt in the cobble slaying thrown out of court. Police have said that Corll was the Mastermind in a homosexual murder ring and that he hired Henley and David Owen Brooks 18, to procure victims. Brooks has been indicted in four deaths and is due to go on trial March 4. Mullican said he went to Corll a Home in neighbouring Pasadena after Henley called police about the shooting. He said that there he found Henley Cordell Kerley 20, and Rhonda Louise Williams 15. The detective said the three told him they sniffed paint from a Spray can at the Corll residence the night of april 7, passed out and awoke the next morning handcuffed. Mullican said Henley told him he had talked Corll into releasing him but that Kerley and miss Williams were handcuffed to a Large wooden Board and stripped of their clothing. A the Corll told Henley to have sex with Rhonda while he had sex with Kerley. Henley started sniffing More Spray paint and got High again a Mullican said. A about that time Corll put Down a pistol he had been holding and Henley picked it up and told Corll to Stop what he was doing with Kerley. Henley then shot Corll a Mullican testified the detective said although he had All three of the youngsters warned of their constitutional rights he was not sure at that time whether any of them should be charged. A grand jury later ruled Henley acted in self defense in Corll s death. Mullican said it was during two interrogations of Henley that he first heard of the mass murders. A during Wayne a affidavit he brought up the fact that there was a warehouse or boat stall where bodies were buried according to Corll a the detective said. A the said he knew where it was and he orc up 80a Ozark Airlift. . Rat pack revert log r Ert into a syntax 4t Ulbrandt us flit 10a View in Viko Aitto Vancorp Wei Tatish 201 a la in 1 a 10 26 j 5a 7 1-16 1 la it 14, 8 4 it 3�? 2. 3 3. 4 1 19 3 by 19 22 a a 39 1,224 by 34�? i a to 6 a 4 a 5 a 3 a. 4 8 is 3 la 6 5 j 25 3 3 44 8 4 a 2. 22 �?T<4 la a 50 a 1. Said. He told Benveniste he had the exact Date in his files and offered to Supply it to the prosecutor. Sims had been called to testify about who had Access to the tape recorder that the experts said produced the Buzz heard on the obliterated segment of subpoenaed tape. It was the recorder Rose Mary Woods president Nixon a personal Secretary said she was using last oct. I when she accidentally pushed the record Button after being interrupted while trying to transcribe the tape of a june 20, 1972. Conversation Between the president and h r. Haldeman. Haldeman a notes indicated that the obliterated segment included All discussion of the watergate break in. Which had occurred three Days earlier. The six member panel of experts chosen jointly by the White House and the special watergate prosecutors office agreed unanimously that the tape showed that the record Button had been pushed not once but at least five and possibly As Many As nine times. A further a they said grand from Page i a a whether the foot pedal was used or not the recording controls must have been operating by hand. A but one of the six testified a we have no idea when it occurred or who was both Republican and democratic members of Congress said the new development had seriously damaged the president. And. In los Angeles former atty. Gen. Elliot l. Richardson said the findings definitely will not help a the theory that there has been a conscious Effort to conceal evidence is no longer a theory a said rep. John b. Anderson of Illinois Leader of the House Republican conference. A the Burden has shifted for the president and his White House aides to explain what went Seh. Henry m Jackson. D-Wash., said in Olympia Wash. House majority Leader Thomas p. Of Neill d-mass., said in Boston he would t be surprised if vice president Gerald r. Ford becomes the next president of the United states a Quot and i Don t mean elected would be willing to show us. Mullican said Henley did not admit complicity in the slayings and that Quot up to this Point the Only statement he had made was that there were persons Dean Corll had told him he had done away Nixon s physical exam postponed Washington apr. Walter Tkach president Nixon a physician temporarily has delayed asking the president about making a Date for his overdue annual physical examination. Or. Tkach said he was going to ask Nixon on tuesday about making the appointment. But he said that when he saw the president a the was in such a Good mood i did no to want to depress Nixon was due to have his annual physical at Bethesda medical Center on dec. 18, but Tkach said the president postponed it because of the pressure of business. Direct from Page i a to a Bank of their Choice. The recipient will have to open the Bank account himself. The program will be voluntary for both recipients and Banks and checks still will be mailed to those who want them mailed. A in the Long run everybody will Benefit a Mosso said in an interview. A people will get their checks cashed in time and Banks will be Able to avoid the Long lines they now have on the first of every Sidney Cox an assistant to Mosso said there Are plans to extend the direct Deposit program to the approximately 25 million recipients of social Security checks in about a year. Cox said that within two years the Federal government Hopes to make electronic deposits to Banks not Only for social Security recipients but also for persons receiving veterans benefits and civil service retirements. Eventually the electronic deposits known As electronic funds Transfer will extend even to the Federal payroll. In addition to making the payments system More convenient for recipients the governments major purpose is to help ease the Burden of paper checks which Are flooding the nations system. Total Check usage now comes to about 26 billion items a year of which 750 million Are Treasury checks. Instead of mailing checks deposits Are recorded on magnetic tape which is forwarded to commercial Banks or regional collection centers to be processed into individual accounts without a Check Ever being written. Or youths facing charges again six whom night i 14 by 3 4 4vy by 6 a teen agers three of were arrested monday have been taken into custody today and charged with breaking into the roses department store on s. Main Street. The three taken into custody the night before were charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and had been released on unsecured Bonds pending their trials. Arrested both times were j. C. Hunt 16. Of Sherrod Street Robert Duncan 16, of Clara Cox apts and a 15-year-old juvenile. Baroness has sleeping advice London a Baroness Kirk a red haired Laberite has demanded in the House of lords Fiat couples going to bed Early for patriotic reasons be Given contraceptive advice. Britain s television networks have to close at 10 30 p m. During the current Energy crisis and the government has said it is patriotic to Light and heat Only one room in the Home. Lady Kirk cited on tuesday what she called a dramatic Rise in the new York City birth rate nine months after the famous 1965 blackout there. A Beautiful itch Poison Ivy s handsome red and yellow autumn colors have deceived Many an unsuspecting Flower Arranger. Nearly an entire College Campus once was incapacitated when the leaves were used to decorate a gymnasium for a Harvest dance. Also charged in connection with the break in today were Lisa Celeste Chaney 17. Of Clara Cox , Vince Melezin 19, of Grace Street and Tommy Cecil 16, of e. Russell Avenue. Police said that they responded to a burglar alarm at roses at 12 32 a m. Today and found merchandise scattered about the floor. Hunt and is. Chaney were taken into custody near the store while police were inside waiting for the manager to arrive they heard a noise on the roof. When they went to investigate they found Melezin Cecil and the juvenile on the roof with loaded .22 Caliper rifles. No shots were fired. Officers said they found about $4,000 Worth of merchandise including a Large Quantity of guns ammunition and watches on the roof. Duncan was taken into custody by police later this morning All six were charged with breaking and entering larceny and conspiracy to commit a felony. Five were being held in jail and the juvenile was sent to a detention Center. Roses was entered through a Hatch door on the roof according to police. The attempted break in was at the Sears store downtown. Police said the burglar alarm sounded when an attempt was made to remove the covering from a Hatch door on the roof. Or. Otis e. Tilman of Gordon Street reported that thieves kicked out a panel covering an opening and entered his office. He said that 300 capsules of Tran Xene were missing Tillman said that he discovered the break in tuesday morning but was not going to report it until he found that the capsules had been taken later in the afternoon. Charles David Driggers of route 4 said his 1968 Model car was stolen after he parked it at Kraft converters on Burton Street. The vehicle was later recovered by police on the Railroad tracks Between English Road and Wing Stenberry Street Lewis Little of e. Commerce Street said a $400 television set was stolen from his apartment. He said there was no sign of for Ceable entry. Hazel Marie Linthicum of Culler Street said someone entered her Home and took food items Worth about $60 from the Kitchen. She said about $15 Worth of fuel Oil was taken from outside the House. Charles Lewis Aaron of Oneka Street said a $30 Coal shovel was stolen from his Home after a Back door was kicked open. Ellis Quesinberry or. Of Cassell Street said about $5 Worth of food items were taken from his apartment after a padlock was knocked off the door. Patricia Ann Rowland of Ennis Street said someone broke the Glass in her Back door. Nothing was reported missing. William Lee Hackaday of Sunnybrook Road said a Radiator and Battery Worth $60 were stolen off his car parked at Home. Three sets of keys were reported stolen from cars parked on the a is a Toyota lot on s. Main Street Elaine Cole of Radford Road said a $10 Chrome ring was stolen off her car and about $10 in change was stolen from a vending machine at the Kayo service station on w. Green drive. 3 nabbed from Page i a involved in a blood feud with another family clan in the Village of Castellane. Mammoliti a father was shot to death in 1954. Some of his relatives were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the 1968 kidnapping of a wealthy calabrian landowner but they were cleared. Young Getty disappeared in Rome on the night of july to and was found South of Salerno on Dee. 15 after his family paid the Ransom he and his Mother Are now in Austria and were not available for comment today on the arrests. Hundreds it policemen combed the mountains and valleys of the Calabria area through the night. Dozens of Homes were searched in one of the biggest manhunt in the area in recent years. One source said the search focused on Calabria because the places of Captivity described by Getty appeared to be in the Southern Region. The source said one hideaway appeared to be in the Aspromonte mountains and one in the sea Side area near Pizzo Calabro. The removal of an ear from kidnapped persons whose relatives balk at paying Ransom i also a calabrian custom

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