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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 16, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise tuesday March 16,1976 business and financial news Stock Market report Ford is confident new York apr the Stock Market showed a slight gain today in a mild technical rebound after two sessions of Sharp decline. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 Industrial stocks was up 2.67 at 977.17 following a decline of 28.81 Points in the past two trading Days. Gainers led losers by about a 3-2 margin among new York Stock Exchange listed issues. Analysts generally weren to very impressed by the Advance the Dow began to slip Back after peaking at plus-4 late in the morning and trading remained sluggish american Telephone Telegraph preferred Stock was the most Active big Board Issue picking up % to 60 in trading that included a 155,200-share Block at 59�?~ a. The nose s composite Index of All its listed common stocks picked up 19 to 53 32. At the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up 07 at 103.46 volume on the big Board ran virtually even with monday when the full Days total slipped to a 2 /2-month Low. Turnover for the first two hours came to 9 21 million shares against 9 la million in the comparable period thursday Utah International climbed 37/ to 52�?~ai and general electric was up Vuk at 51. Utah International said its directors approved a merger plan Between the two companies. Lonngs j 74 0 12 8 78 2 in 12 125 7 8 6 48 40 7 32 act in 7 60 adms Willil 13 i address or 16 25 Aetna of i 08 15 171 air pro 20b 9 65 air conc i 7 41 Akona i 20 36 8 Alra nalu 40 47 71 allege a 954 26 67 ally Lud i 80 8 16 ally pm i 60 7 31 Malldch i 80 to 7? 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Democratic voters were selecting Between Georgia a Jimmy Carter Alabama a George. Wallace Sargent Shriver and Fred Harris of Oklahoma As the polls opened in the first midwestern primary race a wet snowfall had plastered sections of Central and Southern Illinois creating hazardous Highway travel and a deterrent for some voters. Early reports from election officials on voter turnout were mixed however making Uncertain How Many of the state s 5 76 million registered voters would cast ballots. The Chicago Board of election commissioners projected a turnout of around 40 per cent a Low level of voting compared with previous presidential years. In 1972, the turnout was slightly above 50 per cent. In the Chicago suburbs the turnout in scattered precincts was reported to be Light while in downstate Rockford and East St. Louis several polling places reported heavy voting. Carter and Shriver both criticized Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger on monday in their final Campaign stops before the Illinois primary and Wallace insisted that his partial paralysis would not impair his ability to be president. He then criss crossed the state by plane touching Down at mount Vernon Danville Alton and Springfield. In a state in which the democratic vote is dominated by mayor Richard j. Daley a Chicago machine Carter was trying to finish off Wallace a presidential bid while the Alabama governor fought to repair damage from Carters Victory in the Florida primary last week Shriver out of funds after beatings in new England hoped the mayors Ward workers would Rescue his candidacy. Reagan meanwhile predicted some time ago he would lose Illinois to Ford and both republicans finished their work in the state saturday. Also gone was former Oklahoma sen. Fred Harris the Only other Democrat on the ballot who spent Little time in Illinois. On election eve. Ford made Telephone Calls from Washington to fire up his Illinois troops and Wallace criss crossed the state by air plane stopping in Danville mount Vernon Alton and Springfield election officials forecast that fewer than half of the 5.76 million registered voters would turn out for presidential voting. Former Illinois gov. Richard b. Ogilvie Ford s state chairman predicted a comfortable Victory and said if Reagan polls Only 45 per cent Quot he should think about getting 45% 10% 37 73 51 3 16% 14% 22 25% 14% 73% 49 i 39% 15% Iti i 67% 9 16% to 144 51 36% 59 i 46 77% 37 36 30 47 45 to 37 77% 50 16% 14% 27 25 3 144 73 49-3 39. 16% 46 40 37 45 to 37 -23 51% 164 14% it 67 9/a 16% 19% 14% 50 36 59 i 45% 27% 31 35% 30 47% 664. 101 17% 74 3 43 78 6% 27 75 14% % 73 49 i 39% 16�?T�? % 17 % 67% % 9 i6v. % 19% % 14 51 36% 59.�? 46&Quot. 27 3 31. 36 a 30. 47 67 101% 17?. 74 % 43% % 78 6% copyrighted Byth associated press 19/6 sales figure Are unofficial unless otherwise noted rates of dividends in the foregoing table Are annual disbursements based in the Las quarterly or Semi annual declaration special or extra dividends or payments not design Naiad As regular Are identified in the following footnotes a also extra or extras a annual rate plus Stock dividend cd liquidating dividend a a declared or paid in preceding 12 months he declared or paid after Stock dividend or split Upky 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 declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus Stock dividend to paid in Stock in preceding 12months, estimated Cash value on sex dividend or a distribution Date in sales in tub Cid called a a dividend a a a dividend and sales in full a Dis e x distribution Rex rights a we without War rants a we with warrants a do when Dis tribute i when issued Ndu next Day delivery a to in bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy act. 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A /. 23 6 2 7% 15% 13 14% 7 5 4% la 7 3 13% 16 is 3% 8 3 7 22 4% 24 new York la Stock Index new York a noon new York Stock Exchange Index Market 2 cents Index so 52 40 19 Industrial 59 73 0 24 transportation 39 03 0 11 Utility 35 25 0 07 finance 51 90 40 18 american a Exchange Newyork a Belee Ted noon National prices for american Stock Exchange issues sales pets High Lew lest chg. Aegis corp 9 4 1% 1% 1 a % Vava % Dow Jones a averages 19 4 17 la i 4 14 3 is 63 3 9 421 i 37 the High Point Enterprise established 1884 published every afternoon and sunday morning an Independent newspaper published by the High Point Enterprise inc 210 Church Avenue High Point n c 27241 member of the associated press rates by mail payable in and Vance i or 6 to 3 to i to daily and sunday s42 of 121 of Sio 50 to 50 sunday Only 116 20 89 to s4 55 la 50 by Carrier Xiy s80 monthly s3 50 or m2 of mail subscription in n c subject to 40 sales tax the associated press is entitled to the use Tor reproduction of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches entered As second class Mailer at the Post Oft a High Point. 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Sims 4 Burris ind 3 Cannon Milts 18% Carmine foods 7% Carolina Cas ins 3 car pal 9 i0pfd 96 Caro steel corp 71 Caro Wise fio. Cato corp 5% Central Caro Bank to Central Vermont 13 charter banishes com. 5 Chatham Mig it Cas corp of s c 15 coca cola co const 14 Cochrane furn 7% colonial life c4 b 8% comm by of Caro 9% Conner Homes 7 context j Daniel internet 72 Diamondhead corp Durham life ins Evgraph inc Fidelity corp of a f is of Catawba food town stores Farmers new world first Union corp Forsyth Bank a Trust Franklin life ins Gray tool guardian corp Harbison rubber co Heiwig Meyers Henredon furn Hickory furn investment l a t j b Ivey Justin kinds Kenan transport Lance. Inc Lane co Leggett a Plait 12 Little giant 2% Little mint Lowe s co 484 Mack s stores 5 mom a pop s 7 multimedia 19 a cab corp la no natural Gas la Northwest Fin corp 10% no West Fin inv lits 4. 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B b Walker shoes 3 % Washington group 5% West knitting corp 10% White shield co i Wix corp to Wright machinery 6 to 15% 63 39 124 17% 20 17% 3 j j 23 6 2 8 16 13% 23 24% Sta 284 13 1% 494 6 3 20 12% la to 4% a 35% to 5 j 3 35 Iova la 5 6% 6 31 9 4% 22 15% 30 16 3 19 16% 3 14% 3 15 15 4 to 15% 16 16 4 6% 11% 2% la 6% Denver a two agriculture department officials requested a meeting with army Secretary Howard a ibo Quot Callaway during which Callaway sought approval of a plan to expand his Colorado ski resort on Public land a Denver newspaper said today. The Rocky Mountain news quoted j. Phillip Campbell who was undersecretary of agriculture at the time As saying the meeting in Callaway a Pentagon office july 3 was to wish their old Friend and fellow georgian Well in his new Job As presi Dent Ford s Campaign manager. Callaway used the meeting on his last Day As the army s top civilian to press for 3 approval by the . Forest Jas service of a plan to expand the resort located on land to leased from the Federal workers return Catawba so. A production operations have resumed at the . Ply a Wood Plant in Catawba ending an eight week Dis-6% Pute Between the firm and the United paperwork International Union locals 924 and 925. Company and Union spokesmen said the settlement was ratified last saturday and work began again monday. Government. A if we wanted to Rig this thing we would have done it Long before a Campbell told the newspaper on monday. Campbell attended the meeting along with another agriculture department officer Richard a. Ashworth and Rexford a Resler Deputy chief of the . Forest service. The Forest service is an Agency of the agriculture department that would have to pass on the proposed $9-million expansion of the crested Butte ski area of which Callaway owns controlling interest. The Fri and the agriculture department Are investigating efforts of Callway and the crested Butte development corp., the resorts operator to obtain permission for the expansion. Also. Sen. Floyd k. Haskell. D-colo., a frequent critic of Forest service handling of ski area permits says he will hold Senate subcommittee hearings on the matter. President Ford announced during the weekend that he was relieving Callaway of his Campaign duties at the former Georgia congressman request at least until the crested Butte questions Are settled. Both Ashworth and Campbell told the Rocky Mountain news in Telephone interviews on monday that they requested the july 3 meeting the newspaper said Ashworth said from Washington it was to have been a routine meeting both to discuss the expansion plans and to bid Callaway Farewell from his government Job. Quot we have meetings like this often Quot he said. Quot there was nothing unusual. He was leaving office and they had asked us to take a routine look into the status of the crested Butte a District Ranger at Gunnison colo., near crested Butte had made an unofficial recommendation that the expansion plans be rejected a at this last december 52 months after the Pentagon meeting the Forest service issued a draft document on crested Butte that favored the proposed expansion onto Virgin it. Snodgrass adjacent to the resort. Crested Butte s ski slopes Are on Public land like those of almost All Rocky Mountain ski areas. A final Forest service study into the proposed expansion s Impact on the environment and other considerations. A requisite to any decision on new development still has not been issued. From Page i a a Wallace in Florida and Jackson had considerably less support. If the undecided vote were eliminated or parcelled out in the same ratio As the decided vote Carter would have 48.8 per cent Wallace 32.3 per cent Jackson 11.8 per cent and Morris Udall Fred Harris and Quot no preference Quot would share the remaining 7.1 per cent that would constitute a major defeat for Wallace who won the 1972 North Carolina primary with 50.2 per cent of the vote Over favorite son Terry Sanford and . Rep. Shirley Chisholm. Supporters of the Alabama governor have predicted from the Start that he would surpass that performance in the primary this year. Following the defeat in Florida however they have beefed up Wallace a schedule of pre primary appearances in North Carolina to a full week beginning today. That is much More campaigning than he did Here in 1972. Carter plans to be in the state for Only two Days later this week. Without saying what his margin would be he has predicted he will win in North Carolina. Linda Ashendorf Carters state Campaign manager was pleased with the outcome of the poll. A a it a wonderful but it Means that everyone behind us is going to work five times harder. Well have to work ten times harder Quot she said. Candidates offer vague tax reforms Michelin plans new facility Spartanburg so apis the manufacturing division of Michelin tire corp will begin construction of a truck tire manufacturing Plant in the next few months on the 149-acre site in Spartanburg the com Uny purchased last october. The new facility is expected to Start production in late Spring of next year. Hiring of personnel will be ii i3 % gradual building up to about 1,200 employees when Plant is operating at capacity. Michelin now has two plants in South Carolina a a the full Zimm Rhoun it $9 9 Val copyrighted by the associated press 1976 i i 3 3% 15% 15% % 26 24 % 11% i8% % 16 16 tata % 30 31 a i i6 rubber mixing Plant in Sandy is % Springs near Anderson and a 16% i6 passenger car tire Plant in Greenville from Page i a once and have a progressive rate by eliminating most of the loopholes exemptions and deductions Quot he said in Greensboro recently. But when asked whether his proposal includes elimination of a specific deduction like the homeowners mortgage interest payments Carter is Quot not prepared to he also favors Quot a secure basis for financing Cost of living increases in social Security Quot but he has not suggested specific bases. Sen. Henry Jackson d-wash., who recently suspended his Campaign has supported a number of tax Reform proposals in his years in the Senate. He favors raising the maximum earnings for a social Security pensioner to $5,000. He says he would Quot tighten up Quot the minimum income tax Laws and the loopholes for All companies and multinational firms. Jackson has also advocated a tax credit for individuals equal to one half of the social Security tax which he considers regressive. He has not talked about the Cost of those proposals. Ford from Page i a he will have a news conference in Asheville followed by Airport news conference in Charlotte Greensboro High Point and Raleigh Durhan and then Fly to Green Bay Wise the schedule for former Georgia gov. Jimmy Carter who is see Keg the democratic presidential nomination Calls for him to be in the state Only thursday and Friday. A newspaper poll released monday shows he has a substantial Lead Over Alabama gov. George Wallace following victories Over Wallace in new Hampshire and Florida. Carters thursday schedule was not definite monday. On Friday he planned to begin the Day with a speech in Wilmington before heading to Raleigh to address a civic club after a news conference he will speak at predominantly Black Shaw University. He will then go to Durham for a private meeting before leaving for Atlanta and then to his Home in Plains a Wallace plans to arrive in Charlotte this morning to tape television commercials he will attend a rally in Raleigh tonight. On wednesday he has scheduled a speech in Greensboro he will go on to Hickory and then to Asheville for a rally that night. T thursday he will be in Kinston for an Airport rally followed by a speech to a civic club. He will then Fly to Charlotte for a news conference and a speech and rally that night. Friday Wallace will begin his campaigning in Winston Salem then Fly to Wilmington followed by a rally in Wilson that night. Saturday morning s schedule is Uncertain but a reception is planned in High Point in the afternoon and a rally in Greensboro that night. Wallace a plans for sunday Call Fox him to be in Charlotte but his plans for that Day and for monday Are Uncertain. Jackson also favors a Complete Federal takeover of the Cost of the welfare program in addition he would establish Day care centers and a work requirement so that every Able bodied person would have to work. Jackson voted against the Ford administration s Effort to raise the Price of food Stamps stopping Quot welfare ripoffs Quot is one of the Cornerstones of Wallace s Campaign. He said he advocates a Quot close monitoring a program which he predicts will save billions of dollars on the Assumption undocumented. That up to 25 per cent of welfare payments go to ineligible recipients a Arter told a Greensboro news conference recently that he advocates a uniform National welfare payment with a Cost of living differential for various regions of the country. He said he Felt the system should have incentives to encourage those who Are Able to work part time and to discourage fathers from leaving Home Carter s program he said Quot would separate the to per cent who Are Able to work from the aged the Blind the physically and mentally disabled and mothers with dependent Carter is the Only one of the three Active candidates who has never endorsed a constitutional amendment to ban busing of school children. Quot it would be one of the worst things we could do. It would reopen old wounds and cause every state legislature in the country to Start debating the busing Issue All Over he said. Carter says that although he personally opposes mandatory busing of school children he would probably do nothing to Stop it if elected president. He feels he would be bound by his oath to uphold court orders for busing. Jackson favored the constitutional amendment to ban busing in 1972 this year he has a different plan. He has proposed legislation to establish special three judge courts to determine the effect busing would have on the Quality of education and to demonstrate that other remedies could not be effective. Wallace supports the constitutional ban on busing. Two other candidates on the democratic ballot Fred Harris and Morris Udall have chosen not to Campaign in North Carolina Harris has proposed higher taxes on the wealthy and Large corporations. Harris says busing should be employed Only As a last resort but he does not oppose it if there is no other remedy available for segregated schools. Udall would eliminate some corporation tax shelters including depletion allowances. He would gradually raise the Tat on capital gains until it was equal to the tax on other income. Udall has opposed a constitutional amendment to ban busing. He has instead favored programs Tai improve slum schools and require each state to devise its own plan for reducing racial isolation. The sixth candidate on the North Carolina ballot sen. Lloyd Bentsen a Texas has withdrawn from the race. A

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