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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 22, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2 a High Point Enterprise monday july 22,1974 business and financial news Stock Market report Dean Nixon Eastern Leaf prices new York a prices crept lower in another slow and inconclusive session in the Stock Market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was Down 3.83 at 784.11, and losers held a slight Edge on gainers at the new York Stock Exchange. Analysts said investors tended toward caution on two counts the prospects for an easing of the present record High Cost of borrowing and the Cyprus situation were efforts were under Way to restore Calm after fighting Over the weekend. American Telephone Telegraph was the most Active nose Issue up pc at 43%, on the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up .49 at 80.18. Exxon which reported a 67 per cent gain in second Quarter earnings late Friday Rose a Point to 72l. Koehring dropped 14 to 6i. The company announced Friday it was omitting its dividend because of unsatisfactory earnings. Mountain fuel Supply was up 3 i to 584 on top of a 7mi-Point surge Friday. The Utah Public service commission issued a final order late thursday permitting the company to separate its Oil operations from its natural Gas Utility services for purposes of determining its Utility rates. The nose s composite Index of All its listed common stocks was Down .18 at 43.56. Giant Yellowknife mines was the amex volume Leader Down % at 18. The Issue and other Gold stocks pulled Back a bit today in profit taking after some Strong gains last week. Cham Plentl chesti3 60 chipneut2 Chri Craft. Chr sin 40 Crown Cork Crozell i 60 new York Exchange new York apr new York Stock e change selected noon prices sales pims High Lew last chg. 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A of a 42 the High Point Enterprise etto Blithe 1884 pub shed Emory Atter noon and sunday morning an Inoc be Noe it newspaper published by Tim High Point Enterprise inc. 210 Church Avenue High Point 27261 member of the associated press rates by Mau payable in Advance i or 6 to. 3 to. I to. Daily Ond sunday $36 40 Sib 20 $9.10 $3 05 sunday Only $1300 $6.50 $3.25 is 15 a Corner wkly $ 70 monthly $3 05 or $36 40 Moil subscription in sub tact to 4% tales Las. The associated press is entitled to the use for reproduction of ail local Newt printed in Tho newspaper of Well As of a Newt dispatches. Entered of second Doss matter at the Post Ohice High Point under act of Moreh 3. 1879. Second class postage paid at High Point . All carriers dealers and distributors Ore Independent contractors and the High Point Enterprise inc. Is not responsible for Advance subscription payments made to them or their representatives for Home livery Rote to taef your local Carrier Ward Griffith company National advertising representatives Dow Jones a averages it Oaks to industries totransportetion., 15 utilities. A Fec tit. Bonos 40 Bonos. To higher Grebe rails to second Grade Regis to Public utilities. To industrials 714 11-313 Iai 21 �?0 78. 68 72 0 79 237.35-1.14 66 70 0 03 49 08 to 02. 63 63 unch a i 65 0 to. 72 46 unch american Exchange new Vork apr american Stock Exchange selected on prices setae be he High Lew last chg. A a 6 $ 44 74 14. To 27 9 9 tva by 9 8 6 6 6"j. I 3 3 3 i 6 15 % 15va 15 Buttes Coil a a 16 cd 3 56 5a a 5 a 4 45 i i 1 a 5 it 15 15 15 of -7 1a a i a 5 3 12 12 12 a 20 5 6ja 6>a 6va a 9 2 3 3 a a be Essex chem 3 5 3 3 3 it of a 42 2 a 4 8 5 so a of -5 i a 17 4 48 2 2 he 6 i is is a 2 16 16 1-1 Impola 808 13 4 5 32 30 a 321 _ a a 3 6 2 2 2 a 3 12 2 2 a a Kuk a Kaiser in 20e 3 8 a 5%i $44. 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Unless otherwise noted rates of dividends in the foregoing table Are annual disbursements a Sedon the last quarterly or Semi annual declaration special or extra dividends or payments not designated As regular Are identified in the following footnotes a by annual rate Pius Stock dividend cd liquidating dividend. A a declared or paid in preceding 12 months h a declared or paid after Stock dividend or split up. A a declared or paid this year an accumulative Issue with dividends in arrears no new Issue pm paid this year dividend omitted deferred or no action taken at last dividend meeting re 12 months plus Stock dividend to paid in Stock in preceding 12months, estimated Cash value on sex dividend or Eydi Strimbu tion Date in sales in full Cid called x a to dividend Yex dividend and sales in full. A Dit sex distribution a re sex rights a we without warrants. A we with warrants. A do when Dis tribute. Win when issued Ndu next Day delivery. Vij a in bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy act. Or securities assumed by such companies. Tny foreign Issue subject to interest Equa nation Tex. Thurmond my i my a a egged firing says Arnett Atlanta a. A Alvin j. Arnett says that three weeks before he was dismissed As director of the office of economic Opportunity he was told that sen. Strom Thurmond was pressuring the White House tor his dismissal. Arnett said sunday that presidential adviser Dean Burch relayed the report that Thurmond wanted him fired. He was fired last thursday. Burch said Nixon a no longer had confidences in him. Arnett had opposed Nixon a proposal to phase out Leo. The Atlanta journal Constitution said in sundays editions that Thurmond a pressure played a part in president Nixon a decision to fire Arnett. The newspaper said Thurmond complained about Arnett a refusal to renew a contract to Marcy corp., an Atlanta based firm headed by James e. Timmons jr., a South Carolina resident who often has campaigned for Thurmond. A i was Given an indication that they Thurmond had an interest in continued Leo funding for Jim Timmons a Arnett said. He added however that he a never personally got any direct pressure from the South Carolina Republican. Thurmond could not be reached for comment sunday. A spokesman for Thurmond said the senator had complained recently about Arnett but denied that the Marcy Grant had anything to do with it. At the Western White House in san Clemente calif., Deputy press Secretary Gerald l. Warren said sunday Quot Arnett was not talked to about that project so there s just nothing to would defy 1971 court new York a time Magazine quotes John w. Dean Iii As saying president Nixon was prepared in 1971 to defy the . Supreme court if it had ruled against a proposed nuclear test. But the High court ruled 8-1 in the governments favor in a suit brought by environmentalists who wanted to halt an atomic bomb test on Amchitka Island in the Aleutian Chain off Alaska. The Magazine quoted Dean a former White House aide and counsel to Nixon As saying in an interview that a the president was prepared to defy the supreme court if it ruled against the Amchitka blast in 1971. A the was going to say a pull the trigger and then explain that he had taken the action because it was vital to the military position of the United states vis a vis Russia a he was quoted. A everyone was in readiness to act anyway if the ruling had gone the other Way a Dean said in the Magazine interview. Ford motor co. Open at 82-85 cents Raleigh . A flue cured tobacco warehouses in 23 Eastern and san Hills North Carolina cities began opening today for a 16-week sales season and Early prices were averaging mostly Between 82 and 85 cents per Pound. Most of the tobacco being offered at warehouses checked was first and second priming Leaf taken from the lower stalk of the plants and lower in nicotine Content than higher stalk leaves. Prices were not much different than those offered during last weeks first sales at South Carolina Border North Carolina markets and at the Georgia Florida markets. At a Rocky mount warehouse the first sales this morning averaged $82 per Hundred pounds. Most of the Leaf was going for one to two cents Over the Federal support Price. One Farmer who twas Selling his offerings for an average 89 cents a Pound. Was Happy. Other Farmers however were less enthusiastic with the prices although they were about As expected in View of last weeks sales in Southern markets. Gov. Jim Holshouser travelling by helicopter stopped at two warehouses in Wilson before moving on to Rocky mount. Holshouser also was to Stop in several other Market towns later in the Day. The governor walked through rows of tobacco chatting with growers and warehousemen. At the Farmers cooperative warehouse in Wilson manager Clifford b. Aycock estimated Early prices on priming were averaging about $84.50 per Hundred pounds. The Quality he said was about equal to last years opening. Bill Redford a grower from near Kenly who was at Farmers Coop. Said prices were off seven to eights cents from last years opening on most grades. Odell Creech also of near Kenly said a if we done to get More they might have to raise it themselves next year. The tobacco would have to average 86 cents per Pound for them to break prices varied at various markets. In Dunn some Leaf was being sold As High As $92 per Hundred pounds. One observer said the average on the first Row sold was $90, and $88 on the second Row. The observer said Farmers were mostly satisfied with the prices they were getting. The Farmers said their first priming were of higher Quality than those sold on the Border markets last week. In Greenville Early sales of first priming were being made at 83 to 85 cents per Pound with a few higher grades going at 90 cents a Pound and a Little higher. At Goldsboro prices were about the same As last years. Eighty piles of Leaf in the first Row averaged $86.35 per Hundred pounds with a practical top of $87-$88. Auto Price hike imminent Detroit a Ford motor co. Has told its dealers prices on its 1975-Model cars and trucks will increase an average of 8 per cent when the new Model Fords go on Sale this fall. The increase would raise the Cost of Ford vehicles Between $200 and $800, averaging about $420. But the firm did not say specifically Nixon daughter thinks people Are jealous los Angeles a president Nixon a daughter Tricia Cox says she is a appalled that some people will go to any lengths to get my father out of chatting with reporters while her parents were meeting guests at a dinner party Here sunday night mrs. Cox said a we have to think that a jealousy. People out of Power just done to want to see my father in office. But they wont get away with it. This is a country of the elder daughter of president and mrs. Nixon said she could not believe the House judiciary committee would adopt a Bill of impeachment a after they see and hear the fighting from Page i a reported from the Northern port of Yrenia that heavy fighting was going on three hours before the cease fire was to begin. Jensen who was later captured by the turks along with two other american correspondents said turkish jets were bombing and strafing greek cypriot positions As both sides fought to improve their positions. South of Yrenia greek cypriot artillery shells burst along the top of mountains where turkish troops had dug in. A photographer Paul Roque returned to Nicosia from Yrenia with the report that he saw two turkish destroyers bombarding the port City. Turkey announced at about 3 30 a. Rn., Edt that it had agreed to the cease fire and the greek military Junta announced its agreement about two hours later. Gurney thinks Over election Cocoa Beach Fla. Of a sen. Edward j. Gurney under indictment by a Federal grand jury says he will decide this week whether to seek renomination in the Republican primary in september. A the general consensus is that i could win the Republican primary. The general election is a different matter Quot he said saturday. Gurney a member of the Senate watergate committee was indicted earlier this month on charges of conspiracy bribery and perjury in connection with a $233,000 fund collected secretly by builders seeking influence with the Federal housing administration. The 60-year-old senator pleaded innocent last tuesday. How it would distribute the increases among its models. A Ford official cited rising costs in announcing the proposed increases in letters to the firms 6,800 dealers. A although the company remains fully committed to pricing restraint part of these costs must be offset a Ford division sales manager w. J. Oben wrote the dealers. An 8 per cent increase would bring the retail Cost of an average sub compact Ford tops contender Pinto to More than $3,000 a $4,500 Torino to $4,860, an $8,-000 thunderbird to $8,640, and a $10,000 Lincoln Continental to $10,800. The Pinto would Cost $3,024 compared to the current average $2,800. In May 1973, the Pinto sold for $2,021. Throughout the 1974-Model year Ford has been in line with pricing Leader general motors As the four . Automakers a including Chrysler and american motors issued frequent retail sticker increases. Ford alone raised prices six times on 1974-Model cars increasing the Cost of the average Ford vehicle to $522 or 11.1 per cent More than the vehicle Cost at 1973-Model year end. Executives at Ford pm and Chrysler indicated recently they intend to continue periodic Price increases As Long As the inflationary spiral continues. The automakers traditionally sought to schedule one increase each Model year in september. But during the current Model run the firms each raised prices at least five times As material costs soared. Survey to question from Page i a Princeton . Apr vice president Gerald r. Ford is the front runner among members of his party and independents for the 1976 Republican presidential nomination the latest Gallup poll shows. Twenty seven per cent of republicans surveyed said Ford was their Choice for the 1976 presidential nomination. Only three others received More than 5 per cent with sen. Barry Coldwater of Arizona and California gov. Ronald Reagan tied at 16 per cent each and former new York gov. Nelson Rockefeller with 12 per cent. Ford was selected by 20 per cent of the independents surveyed while Reagan and Rockefeller each got 13 per cent. Eleven per cent of the independents questioned july 1-2 chose Coldwater. Noting that recent surveys indicated a shrinkage in gop membership a spokesman for Gallup said Fords Appeal to independents is particularly important. The poll was based on the responses of 1,509 persons 18 years or older. Did t there were these other developments Over the weekend a Nixon a lawyers presented a Brief to the impeachment committee arguing that there was a a Complete absence of any conclusive evidence Demon Strating presidential wrongdoing sufficient to justify the grave action of a former atty. Gen. Elliot l. Richardson is quoted in an affidavit released by the committee As saying that Nixon was threatening to fire special prosecutor Archibald Cox As Early As july 3, 1973. Cox was fired oct. 20. Flowers and Mcclory said during the television discussion that one of the things that bothered them most As they tried to make up their minds was Nixon a refusal to comply with judiciary committee subpoenas. Wiggins repeated a prediction he made last week that the committee would not vote for impeachment while Mcclory restated his opinion that with the help of three or four republicans the committee would vote impeach ment and so would the House. All four members rejected criticism of the committee by Ziegler who said its inquiry was a a Kangaroo in other watergate related developments a time Magazine said that As of last week the members of the impeachment committee were leaning 26 to 12 in favor of impeachment. The Magazine said that since a Many of the members have been leaping Back and Forth almost by the minute it seemed unlikely that All men would vote according to their leanings of last time said its interviews showed that to republicans were Likely As of last week to vote for impeachment. A Nixon supporter rabbi Baruch Korff said a three Day fast and prayer Vigil on the Capitol Steps would begin monday during which time its participants would take no food drink or medicines a in support of the presidency in support of constitutional government in support of the Congress of the United states and in support of the full time prosecutor prospects appear dim by John Chadwick associated press writer Washington a testimony already taken indicates dim prospects for legislation recommended by the Senate watergate committee to establish a permanent special prosecutor. The idea was the subject of hearings held four months ago by a Senate judiciary subcommittee and got a thumbs Down response from virtually every witness. Among those testifying against it were Archibald Cox the first special watergate prosecutor who was fired on president Nixon a order and former Attys. Gen. Ramsey Clark and Nicholas Deb. Katzenbach. Cox said a the primary responsibility for preventing and exposing wrongdoing High in the executive Branch lies with the president and he should not be relieved of this responsibility or of the consequences of not fulfilling it. Establishing a permanent office of special prosecutor he testified would dilute this responsibility and be a a grave the watergate committees first recommendation was to establish a permanent office of Public attorney to investigate and prosecute criminal cases involving High government officials. The committee proposed the Public attorney be appointed for five years subject to Senate confirmation and Quot be chosen by members of the judicial Branch to ensure his Independence from executive control or the hearings held earlier by the judiciary subcommittee were on two Bills one by sen. J. Ervin jr., in. C., to make the Justice department an Independent Agency and another by sen. Alan Cranston d-calif., to provide for a study of setting up a permanent special prosecutor. Clark who was appointed by the late president Lyndon b. Johnson testified he opposed both Bills a was wrong in spirit and ineffective in Katzenbach first brought into the Justice department in the Kennedy administration said the president has a constitutional responsibility to faithfully execute the Laws and if that is diluted a we create an open invitation to irresponsible others who expressed opposition or reservations included former supreme court Justice Arthur Goldberg former atty. Gen. Richard g. Kleindienst Robert a Dixon head of the Justice departments office of Legal counsel and Burke Marshall Deputy Dean of the Yale Law school and a former assistant attorney general in the Kennedy administration. However Katzenbach and others said that at times the appointment of a special prosecutor May serve to enhance Public Confidence. The legislation never was acted i. Sen. Howard h. Baker jr., r-tenn., vice chairman of the watergate committee said he had great doubts about the constitutionality of its recommendation for judicial appointment of a special prosecutor

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