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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A High Point Enterprise tuesday july 30,1974 business and financial news Stock Market report new York a inflation worries kept the Stock Market in Retreat today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was Down 4.54 at 766.35, and losers maintained a 3-2 Edge on gainers on the new York Stork Exchange. Analysts said concern Over the recent upsurge in commodity prices continued to set a negative tone for the Market smothering a weak attempt at a technical rally As trading opened. Clorox was the most Active nose Issue unchanged at 9. A 147.000-share Block of the Stock traded at 91. On the american Stock Exchange. The Market value Index was Down .33 at 78 80. General motors skidded 1 Jato 417. Its lowest Price in More than a decade. The company biggest Industrial Enterprise in the world reported just before the weekend the second Quarter earnings were $1.05 a share compared with $2.78 in the like period last year another actively traded loser was Avon products Down 1� at ji1#, after touching a nine year Low at 31 the pattern among other Glamour was mixed. Burroughs was Down i12 at 90�?~a and Merck lost a Point to 67s. But Polaroid was up i at 27a and ism inched up a a to 203��. The nose s composite Index of nearly 1.500 common stocks was Down .23 at 42.18. The amex volume Leader was syntax. Down 3 4 at 37 a. 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Mcgram 50 doily Ond sued of 536 40 Sib 7 s9.10 53.05 sunday of in 5 300 s6 so s3 25 51.15 by Corner wkly s 70 monthly s3 05 or s36-4q. Moil in subject to 4% sales to. The associated press it entitled to the use for reproduction of Oil local news printed in this newspaper As Wall Era Oil a news dispatches entered of second Doss matter at the Post office High Point under aet of March 3, 187v. Second class Pottage paid of High Point All Comers dealers and distributors Ore Independent contractors and the High Point Enterprise inc is not responsible for Advance subscription payments Mode to them or their representatives. For Home delivery Rote concoct your Loco Carrier. 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A also extra or extras by annual rate plus 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 n a new Issue pm paid this year dividend omitted deferred or no action taken of last dividend meeting re declared or paid in preceding 12 months Pius Stock dividend to paid in Stock in preceding 12 months estimated Cash value on sex dividend or Eydi Strimbu lion Date a a sales in full. Cid called a a sex dividend. A a a dividend and sales in full. A disc sex distribution. A re sex rights a we without a Quot rants my with warrants a do when distributed. Win when issued Ndu next Day delivery. A to in bankruptcy or receivership or being Reorg maed under the bankruptcy act or securities assumed by such companies. In foreign Issue subject to interest equalization tax. New York a Stock Index new York apr noon new York Stock Exchange Index Market. �?15 cents Index .42.18 0 23 Industrial .46.95 a 0.28 transportation. 30.64 0.32 Utility .27.36 0.0s finance. 43 38 -0.23 Dow Jones a averages stocks Industrial 766 354 4 54 20transporfation158 8 5 a 2 01 is utilities. 69 34 0.16 65 stocks. 233.67 1 68 Bonds 40bonds 66 79 a 0 06 to higher Grade rails 49,02 unch to second Grade rails 63.06 0.02 lopublicutilities.82.38 a 0 09 to industrials. 72.72 0 to . Stock a averages Stock averages compiled by the associated Prest 30 is is 40 ind. Rails util. Stocks -13 134 7 1360 136.5 131 a 136 7 177.7 123 2 184 7 125 5 .1 82 4 82 3 82 7 83 8 115 9 Hoo 77.3 146 3 97.9 239 6 240 5 245 9 242 2 289 9 300 8 230 9 346 9 261.0 net change 1.2 noontues378 6 p eve. Day379 8 week ago.392 9 month ago390.9 year ago .467.7 1974 High 458 7 1974 Low 375.0 1973 High s32.7 1973 Low 405 9 Bond averages compiled by the associated press 20 to to to to rails ind. Util. Fun. . Net change noon tues. 49 0 71.6 81.1 97 9 71.5 prey Day. 48 9 71 6 81.1 97.9 71 6 week ago 49.1 71.4 81.1 9s 9 71.6 Mon Hago. 49 4 72 6 81 4 98 2 72 5 year ago. 52.1 80 3 86 5 99 4 76 2 1974 High. 53.2 81.1 88 2 9 9 0 78 0 1974 Low. 48 7 71 4 80 5 97 9 71.5 1973 High. 53.9 85 4 89 3 99 6 82 2 1973 Low. 51 6 78 0 85 2 96 3 74.2 Over the counter bid asked quotations from the Nash Are representative inter dealer prices As of approximately la . 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 4se 3v4 5 i id id Khz 71 214 5�?Tt 22 us 7 18 2 15� 7 i iov4 2>a 5% 8j� to 14 5�i Amer. Fum. 4va Anheuser Busch 34v Atlantic Pepsie 4v Bassett furn. 143 Bluefield Supply 10s Cam. Fin. Corp. Io3 coca cola Btl. Con.6z Daniel int. Com. 21 Diamondhead ? Henredon Hickory furn. J. B. Ivey Lane life of Carolina a cab corp. . Nat. Gas new inv. Co. Phillips Foscoe Piedmont Avia. Pub. Serv. Of . Rex plastics Royal scots. Inns South. Film ext. 21 44 6 17 is 15vi 7 a 91 14 53 8 94 134 4 Nixon from Page i a an immediate trial in the Senate. Proponents of the plan re portly feel that Nixon would gain irom such a move by allowing the Issue to go to trial in the Senate without the added impetus of an overwhelming House vote against him. Warren said Nixon and his aides expect the House to weigh All evidence carefully before acting. The House is scheduled to begin debating articles of impeachment in mid August. With a majority vote needed to Send the question to trial in the Senate. A two thirds vote would be needed in the Senate for conviction and removal from office. A we do not believe the House should shirk its constitutional responsibility a w Arren said. Power Bills Jurks greeks achieve for August. To decline Compromise agreement Raleigh . Apr Carolina Power and Light co. Customers who have seen their electric Bills Rise steadily in recent months because of a fuel adjustment clause will experience a slight reduction in August the Utility said monday. Albert l. Morris up a vice president for Public relations said the fuel clause which Cost the average up a residential customers $4.78 in july will Cost him an average $4.31 in August. He said the average customer s Bill would drop from $26.74 in july to $26.27 in August. Under the fuel adjustment clause up a raises or Lowers its rates each month depending on whether fuel costs go up or Down. Duke Power co. Made a similar rate reduction announcement in Charlotte today. Dick Pierce of the Duke Public relations office said that Bills Duke rendered in july included a Coal clause of .4009 cents per kilowatt hour. He said August Bills would reflect a reduction to .3521 cents per kilowatt hour. Pierce said the average residential customer using 890 kilowatt hours a month had $3.57 added in fuel clause charges in july and a drop to s3.13 would be reflected for the same amount of electricity in August Bills. Pierce said the average residential customer with an electric water Heater received a total Bill of $25.45 in july and would pay $25.01 in August. He said that the Cost of Coal had not changed but that Duke had reduced its need tor Coal by utilizing two nuclear Power plants in South Carolina. He said a third would be in operation in september. By the associated press Turkey and Greece have reached a Compromise agreement in principle for ending their military showdown on Cyprus a spokesman for the turkish delegation to the Geneva peace talks reported today. He predicted the Accord would be signed this afternoon. But greek foreign Inister George Mavros told newsmen that while he is hopeful there were still a number of problems to resolve before a truce could be signed. The turkish spokesman said the exact wording of the agreement was being worked out including a Compromise on the potentially explosive Issue of turkish troop withdrawals. He indicated the turks would agree to wording in the agreement that would speak of turkish troop reductions rather than withdrawals. A greek Delegate said however that the new turkish formula commits the Ankara government to withdraw its invasion Force when a final political settlement is reached on the Mediterranean Island. The turkish military presence second round vote. From Page i a of debate before the a and it is for that reason we must act affirmatively during the Long Day and night of debate on the article. Nixon s supporters insisted there either was no evidence linking the president to the illegal acts charged or that the acts were justified by National Security considerations. The article covers acts by Nixon s subordinates As Well As his own. A provision challenged by Wiggins As attempting to hold Nixon responsible for the misdeeds of others. But Mcclory citing the score of former White House and Nixon re election Campaign officials either in prison or under indictment said Nixon could not escape responsibility. A a president can Only act through his Mcclory said. Quot the question is. Is he tolerating has he tolerated this kind of conduct in and around the White House a Connally from Page i a lawyer working for associated milk producers. Inc., the nation s largest Dairy Farmer cooperative. The Money allegedly was paid for Connally s help in getting president Nixon to raise Federal milk Price supports in March 1971. The first $5,000 was paid around May 14 and the second around sept. 24. The indictment said. Jacobsen also was indicted on a single bribery count carrying a maximum penalty of two years in jail and a $10.-000 Fine. There have been reports that Jacobsen had struck a Deal with the watergate prosecution Force agreeing to plead guilty to a single bribery count provided the government would drop All other charge against him. Jacobsen is scheduled for pleading aug. 7. Connally for aug. 9. The indictment charges that Connally and Jacobsen conspired to cover up the alleged bribes after Federal investigators began checking testimony by a former lobbyist for the milk producers. Bob a. Lilly who said he gave Jacobsen $15,000 to give to Connally. Jacobsen swore he Drew Only $10,000 from the milk producers and that he offered it to Connally twice. Both Jacobsen and Connally testified that the Money was offered not As a bribe but As a fund from which Connally could make political donations to candidates of his choosing. Both swore that Connally refused the Money. Jacobsen testified that he put the Cash in a Bank vault and left it there years. The indictment charged that this Story is false. Monday s indictment says Connally lied to the grand jury on two occasions. It accused Connally of lying when he swore nov. 14 that he had talked to Jacobsen Only once in the previous three or four weeks and that they talked not about the $10,000 but about a Bank charter. Connally told a somewhat different Story april la saying he had spoken with Jacobsen three times before the first grand jury appearance lie said that during one of the talks Jacobsen mentioned that he had been subpoenaed to testify about the $10,000. The grand jury said Connally lied when he said this was the first time Jacobsen mentioned the subpoena. The grand jury said Connally and Jacobsen met or talked five times before con Nallye a first testimony. Connally 57, is head of one of the nations largest Law firms. He entered Public life As a protege and Campaign manager for Lyndon b. John son. Then a Texas congressman. Connally served As Secretary of the Navy in president John f. Kennedy a administration and later was elected governor of Texas. He was wounded seriously in the 1963 Assassin s attack that killed Kennedy in Dallas. Connally. The Only Democrat in Nixon s Cabinet when he headed the Treasury department was considered one of Nixon s closest advisers. In mid-1972 he resigned to head Quot democrats for and Jacobsen was one of his chief assistants. In 1973 he switched parties and instantly became a Star fund Raiser and often mentioned Prospect for the Goh presidential nomination. The three other former Nixon Cabinet members who have been charged with crimes Are former atty. Gen. Richard g. Kleindienst. Former atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell and former Commerce Secretary Maurice stans. Kleindienst pleaded guilty to a Misdemeanour count of failing to testify about the itt affair. Mitchell and stans were acquitted of obstructing Justice in an investigation of Campaign donor Robert l. Yesco. Mitchell has pleaded innocent to a separate conspiracy charge in the watergate cover up. Much of the debate entered on the establishment of the plumbers investigative unit in the White House which Nixon s defenders said was entirely justified by National Security concerns caused by Daniel Ellsberg s leaking of the Pentagon papers. Rep. Joshua Eilberg. A a. Said that Between the administrations wiretapping of private citizens and the operations of the plumbers unit Quot the Nixon White House made the secret police a reality in the United the third article to be proposed also is based on Nixon s oath of office and constitutional requirement to see that the Laws Are faithfully executed. It states that he Quot has failed without lawful cause or excuse to produce papers and things As directed by duly authorized subpoenas a the committee issued eight subpoenas calling for tapes of 147 conversations. It received edited transcripts of 42 conversations. Mcclory s proposed article says by refusing to Honor the subpoenas. Nixon was undermining the constitutional process of impeachment. Only Mcclory and Hogan among the republicans Are expected to support the proposed article and at least one Democrat. Rep. Walter Flowers d-ala., has said he would vote against it. The fourth proposed article will be offered by rep. Edward Mezvinsky. A Iowa. And will make two charges a that Nixon unlawfully received compensation in the form of government expenditures on his privately owned properties at san Clemente. Calif., and key Biscayne. Fla. A that he failed to report certain income and claimed deductions on his Federal income taxes returns for the years 1969-72 not authorized by Law. There is also a possibility that an article will be offered covering the concealment from Congress and the Public of the secret bombing of Cambodia in 1969 and 1970. O Connor Back los Angeles apr Carroll of Connor will return to his role As Archie Bunker in cd so Quot All in the family a today. Lbs said. O Connor missed the first two shows tor next season because of a contract dispute with the shows owner. Tandem productions. He is to deliver a one line tag at the end of tonight s taping and should appear full time in the fourth show for the season a spokesman for the actor said. Thereby would be officially defined As temporary thus saving the greeks face. Once an interim military agreement is concluded in Geneva the Cyprus peace talks will be Able to Advance to a second stage to Deal with the Island republics political future. This would include an overhauling of the Cyprus Constitution As Well As the 1960 agreement whereby Greece Turkey and Britain guaranteed Cyprus Independence. These talks could begin toward the end of the first week in August the turkish spokesman said. One Date Beng mentioned was aug. 8 observers in Geneva reacted to the latest pronouncements with caution recalling that several times during the six Days of talks delegates had said an agreement was near at hand. But each time the Accord fell through at the last moment. The talks again appeared headed toward failure when Turkey which had been taking a hard line offered new proposals at the three Power conference. Mama Cass from Page la doing quite she told an interviewer from the times of London a few Days ago she had lost 80 pounds in the past year. Miss Elliott a 7-year-old daughter by Singer James r. Hendricks. Vanessa was reported with her grandmother in Baltimore. My. Born Ellen Naomi Cohen in Baltimore she grew up in Virginia and Maryland and took the name Cassandra Elliot before going to new York at 19 to try for a stage career. After a few Small parts and a role in a touring company of a the music she turned to singing first with Denny Doherty and Tim Hose in a group called the big three then with Doherty and two others As the mugwumps. The mugwumps also failed with the Public and split up. Then miss Elliot and Doherty teamed with John and Michelle Phillips As the mamas and the Papas. Success came quickly in the form of million Selling Gold records and sellout concerts across the country. The mamas and the Papas split up amicably in 1968. And miss Elliot struck out on her own with recordings and television and night club appearances. Her hit records As a single included Quot dream a Little dream of me Quot and Quot make your own kind of her first Solo appearance was at Caesars Palace in Las vegas reportedly for $40,000 a week. She and Hendricks were married in 1963 and divorced in 1969. In 1971. She married a bavarian Baron Donald von Wie Denam. Carson Back on tonight los Angeles api Johnny Carson has returned to Quot the tonight show after a two week absence caused by a Back injury no announced. Carson fell off a slant Board and injured his Back while exercising at his Home july 15. A network spokesman said. Carson returned monday night. Weapons prostitutes smuggled to financier Washington a guns and Call girls have been smuggled out of the country to fugitive financier Robert l. Vesco and his associates in Costa Rica according to information obtained by government investigators. Sources said the weapons and prostitutes were flown to Costa Rica on a private Lear Jet owned by Vesco associate Thomas p. Richardson the head of a los Angeles brokerage firm and a self described close personal Friend of Vesco. The weapons described As a enough guns for a Small army a reportedly were used to Vesco s bodyguards one source said monday. According to the sources president Nixon s Nephew Donald f. Nixon jr., an Emilye of Vesco since 1971, also is believed to be in Costa Rica with Vesco. Vesco fled the country after being indicted on charges stemming irom a secret $200,000 contribution he made to Nixon s re election Campaign in an alleged attempt to influence an investigation by the securities and Exchange commission. Evidence of the smuggling operation could be used to extradite Vesco trom his hideaway the sources said. The . Customs services has acknowledged it is investigating possible violations by Vesco associates of the so called neutrality act which bans illegal exportation of arms and ammunition to other countries. The Call girls reportedly flown to Costa Rica were procured by a los Angeles Madam who uses the name Betty Alexander according to one source. Police sources in los Angeles confirmed Federal Law enforcement agents Are searching for miss Alexander. During hearings last week by the Senate permanent investigations subcommittee. Richardson denied knowledge of his planets whereabouts saying it was leased to a firm called convex press inc. Several lawyers seeking to unravel Vesco s tangled financial affairs said convex is a Shell corporation controlled by Norman Leblanc a Canadian citizen and one of Vesco s closest associates. Vesco. Leblanc and 40 a others have been charged by the Sec with looting $224 million from Mutual fund Complex i t. I

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