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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise wednesday March 20,1974 draft business and financial news numbers drawn Stock Market report new York a the counterbalancing influences of More plentiful fuel and More expensive Money left the Stock Market virtually at a standstill today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 3.68 at 871.25. But losers led gainers by a Small margin in slow trading on the new York Stock Exchange. Analysts said Wall Street was welcoming president Nixon s announcement tuesday night of increased fuel allocations. However they said the enthusiasm was dampened by a Quarter Point increase in the prime lending rate posted by new York s Bankers Trust. A i think we might have seen a stronger response to the end of the Arab Oil embargo if it had t come at a time when interest rates were suddenly heading said Robert Wade at Drexel Burnham co. A Loo too share Block Trade at to helped push Cna financial Down v8 at 97s. To the top of the big Board s most Active list. At the american Stock Exchange. The Market value Index was unchanged at 100 00 other big Board issues traded actively included ramada inns. Up at 7 h. And Ilo wafd Johnson ahead a at la #. Travel stocks appeared to be benefiting from president Nixon s removal of restrictions on weekend gasoline sales. Golds were mostly higher As Bullion prices climbed in Europe for the second Day in a Row Home stake mining was up 12 at 91. And giant Yellowknife. The amex volume Leader Rose h to 22v the Nyser a composite Index of All its listed common stocks gained .08 to 52.13. 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Vamvax 6 106 156 a 77-6 diva a a 476 6 206 6 a0a 6 33a 6 316 a . Stock a averages compiled by the As Sac lated press to is iss 40 ind Ralls Atli. Klerks net change. 12 a ? .3 5 noon wed. 445 5 1 50 8 107 5 28 7 0 Prev Day. 444 3 159.0 107 2 234 5 week ago 457 4 141 6 109 4 293 6 month ago 429 5 15% 2 to 4 280 3 year ago 480 0 155 8 129 7 308 9 1974high 4s8 7 177 7 110.0 300 8 1974 l of 416 3 152 1 104 1 273 8 197 High 532 7 Iai 7 in 344 9 1973low a76 a 666.6 Ai a Ono averages compiled by the asset meted press 20 to to to to Ralls in. Alii. Fun. L cd Zim Hom 24 la 2 4�?Ta 46 46�? a press 1974 sales figures Are unofficial unless otherwise noted rates of dividends in the foregoing table Are annual it Sybor cements based on the i ast quarterly or Semi annual declaration special or extra dividends or payments not designated As regular Are identified in the following footnotes a also extra or extras by annual rate Pius Stock dividend cd liquidating dividend a declared or paid in preceding 12 months he declared or paid after Stork dividend or split up a declared or paid this year. An accumulate Issue with dividends in arrears no new Issue pm paid this year dividend omitted deferred or no action taken at last dividend meeting i declared or paid in preceding 12 months Pius Stock dividend to paid i Stock a preceding months estimated Cash value on sex dividend or exist nub Tion Date 1�?sates in full Cid called Send and sales in full. A dts a distribution a re sex rights a we without warrants a we a i re warrants a do Shandis Tri bated win when issued Ndu next Day Deli very a to in bankruptcy or receivership or under the bankruptcy act or securities assumed by such companies in foreign Issue subject to interest Zequei cation tax. Nixon maintains condition net change Noo wed St 7 to 3 Prev Day 52 7 to 3 week ago 52 7 month ago 53 i year agy 52 9 1974 High 53 2 1974 Low 51 9 1973 High 539 1973 Low 51 4 0 5 �?�0 2 �?�3 5 a i i 800 �?�5 4 78 0 7 2 9 4 87 2 98 4 87 3 9 6 �?�8 2 98 5 87 7 882 87 i 89 3 85 2 99 5 98 7 98 3 99 4 496 3 .1 77 3 77 2 i j 77 9 so 5 78 0 77 i �?�292 74 2 Dow Jones a averages a stocks 30lndus. 871 25 3 68 to transp. 192 7010 93 Sutill. 92 57 0 23 45stocks274 6 1 13 Bonos 40bonds. 72 23 -003 to higher or Adera it is 52 43 �?0.10 . 47 45 to Public utilities. 89 83 a 0 02 industrials. To 12new York a Stock Index new York a Stock Exchange Index Market Index. Mud still. Transportation. Utility finance noon new York 5 cents 52 13 0 00 54 794 0 08 18 18 4 0 u 35 194 f ? a a 64 34 4 a n Washington a president Nixon swords were different but his message to the House judiciary committee was the same no More White House files until the panel de fines an impeachable offence. During a televised ques Tion and answer session tuesday night before the National association of broadcasters convention in Houston the president said a a it is the Constitution that defines what the House should have Access to and the limits of its investigation now in a suggesting that the House follow the Constitution. If they do i what prompted that statement was a question in which the president was asked if he weren to seeking to define the limits of the impeachment inquiry by saying what he would and would not give the House committee. Nixon replied that the Constitution defines grounds for impeachment As a treason bribery and other High crimes and crucial witness takes stand in Mitchell trial Washington a men born feb. 28 Drew no. I in today a draft lottery for the nearly two million Young men born in 1955. The prime number was not picked out of the plastic Drums holding the numbers until the standby lottery was almost completed. Before that the Young students had picked Jan. 5 As the no. 2, feb. 16 As no. 3, Scot. 24 As no. 4. June 27 As no. 5, March 13 As no. 6. March 6 As no. 7, March 24 As no. 8. And oct. 22 As no. 9. About two thirds of the Way through the drawing the highest number. 365, was assigned to april 29. The lottery was being held As usual in Case it becomes necessary to resume inducting americans into the armed forces. In remarks prepared for the second annual standby lottery to assign the numbers John d. Dewhurst Deputy director of selective service said the purpose is Quot insurance a. Plain and Dewhurst substituting for draft director Byron v. Pepitone. Who underwent heart surgery Friday noted that no one had been drafted for 18 months As the military was being transformed into an All Volunteer Force. A the great Experiment of maintaining a military Force in peacetime of 2.2 million by Volunteer Means alone shows signs of achieving Success a Dewhurst said. All of the draft Law remains in Force except for one sentence that gave the president authority to induct men. That sentence expired last june 30. The Only men involved in today a lottery Are those who turn 19 this year. Most of them registered last year at their 18th birthday As required by Law. And were placed in a holding classification. Only those who Are assigned numbers i through 95 will be reclassified according to their current civilian status to provide a standby Pool of Quot readily inductive men during 1975. None however will be Given physical and mental exams or otherwise processed. Those with numbers Over 95 will remain in the holding classification and not hear from their draft boards again unless there is a National emergency requiring a change. All men Are in the prime callup group during their 20th year and drop into a lower classification each year until they reach age 26. When their exposure to draft liability normally expires. 37 plan from Page i a Back to the committee. Ingram strongly supported the measure which was voted Down. It was sponsored by sen. John Henley a Cumberland chairman of the Senate insurance committee. Allen said the most significant changes under the 37 plan a Are a gradual reduction in rates for males under 25 years of age As they mature after entering the driving population and a 5 per cent reduction in rates for pleasure vehicles operated by persons 65 years of age or sen. George Rountree a new Hanover asked Ingram a is the 37 plan better than our present plan a a no sir a he replied. Ingram told the committee a a Crumb would be handed out to those 65 and Over a under the 37 plan. It would be a $4 rate reduction annually. New York a former securities and Exchange commission chairman William j. Casey a name appears on eight pages of the criminal conspiracy indictment against John n. Mitchell and Maurice h. Stans. Only the defendants Are mentioned More often. Thus it was As a crucial prosecution witness that Casey was expected to take the witness stand today at the trial of former atty. Gen. Mitchell and one time Commerce Secretary stans. The trial is Midway in its fifth week the indictment defines Casey As a prime target in a conspiracy by Mitchell and stans to impede an Sec fraud investigation of financier Robert l. Vesco. In return for the latter a secret $200,000 contribution to president Nixon a 1972 reelection Campaign. Casey whose name also figures in perjury counts against both defendants resigned As Sec chairman Early last year to become undersecretary of state for economic affairs. He is now president of the Export import Bank. Two former secretaries of Vesco closed out tuesdays trial testimony. They were Shirley Bailey and Helen Force. Each testified that she played a part in the Transfer of the $200,000 contribution to a Vesco associate Laurence Richardson who in turn paid the Money to stans april to 1972. The government claims it was this information that Vesco. Mitchell and stans sought to conceal from the Sec thus obstructing Justice. The two women eventually were subpoenaed to Tell Sec investigators about the Money. The prosecution said the device hit upon by the defendants was to obtain a lawyer for the two women who would Tell them to take the fifth amendment before the Sec. The late Walter Van Riper one time attorney general of new Jersey was the attorney selected by a Vesco associate according to the two women. They said the first and last time they Ever saw him was the morning of their Sec appearance. The witnesses said Van Riper asked for an adjournment pleading that he needed More time to familiarize himself with the Case. When the request was denied he replied that he must reluctantly direct the two women to take the fifth amendment and refuse to testify the witness stand account continued. The government contends that under a smokescreen Over adjournment mrs. Bailey and mrs. Force were Able to withhold testimony about the $200,000. In executive session panel questions Rebozo about Campaign funds Washington a c. G. A a Bebel Rebozo president Nixon s closest Friend was interrogated under oath by the Senate watergate committee today about a Campaign contribution from Howard Hughes. Rebozo a banker arrived for an executive session in response to a subpoena. Rebozo is a leading character in a Story of top level Campaign finance that began with a $100,000 payment from billionaire Howard Hughes. The Story includes allegations that one consideration May have been the favourable Resolution of Federal antitrust action aimed at Hughes Las vegas gambling and hotel interests. Its most recent chapter was the dumping of $100,000 in old $100 Bills on a committee table by a Hughes emissary. Sources have said the committee has Learned that the idea of a Hughes contribution first arose during the 1968 presidential Campaign at a luncheon conversation Between Nixon. Rebozo and Richard Danner later to become manager of the Hughes owned Frontier hotel in Las vegas. According to Danners testimony the Money was not immediately forthcoming. A $50,000 payment is said to have been made in 1969 or 1970. A second $50,000 instalment allegedly was made in 1970. In addition an Independent government regulatory Agency is said to have evidence that a third $50,000 payment May have been made. The timing of the payments is considered crucial by investigators because some of the dates on which the Money May have been turned Over to Rebozo coincide with negotiations Between Danner and Ihen atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell concerning the antitrust implications of Hughes Effort to buy the dunes hotel in Las vegas. Rebozo earlier told the committee that All of the Money remained in a Safe untouched for three years and was not used in the 1972 Cam Nixon has Early morning stroll Houston Tex a president Nixon took an Early morning stroll in downtown Houston today stopping for Coffee at a Corner drugstore and talking to people on the Street Nixon conducted a televised news conference tuesday night before a meeting of broadcasters and vowed again that he would not resign. Accompanied by press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler and White House photographer Oliver Atkins Nixon walked two blocks from his hotel to the Keystone drugstore Early today. The White House said the presidents Outing was spontaneous. No newsmen were on hand. Deputy press Secretary Gerald Warren told reporters the people Nixon met on the Street a offered him words of support a later in the morning. Nixon met privately with Texas republicans. During his to radio news conference tuesday night Nixon firmly rejected a Call by sen James l. Buckley n y., that he resign for the Good of the presidency. Nixon contended the whole world a needs a Strong american president not an american president who every time the polls go Down says Well maybe i better Resign.�?� before returning in the afternoon to Washington the president planned to tour the Lyndon b. Johnson space Center near Houston where . Astronauts and soviet cosmonauts will train for a joint space Mission scheduled for 1975. Pain for fear subsequent controversy and turmoil inside the Hughes Empire might Embarrass the president. The Money was returned by Rebozo to a Hughes representative in the summer of 1973. Allegedly after Rebozo took Danner to the presidential Retreat at Camp David md., to talk with Nixon. The White House has said the Money was not mentioned at the meeting. Rebozo has said the Only person he Ever told about the $100,000 was Rose Mary Woods the president s personal Secretary. Miss Woods is scheduled to testify under oath about the matter Friday. Hijacking strikes in Africa Nairobi. Kenya a a Man and a woman hijacked an East african airways plane with 35 people aboard today and airline sources said the couple was reported arrested when the plane landed in Uganda. The hijackers said to be a married ethiopian couple seized the plane with a pistol during a Domestic flight from Nairobi to the coastal port of Mombasa. The sources said the hijackers ordered the Pilot Edward Penford to Fly to Libya stopping at Entebbe in Uganda to refuel. But heavily armed ugandan soldiers ringed the plane soon after it touched Down at Entebbe civil aviation sources Here said no injuries were reported airline sources said most of the 31 passengers were european tourists on their Way to a Lodge on the coast. But the passengers also included three asian kenyans and two africans the sources said. There was no word on the identity of the hijackers their number or their motive. The plane was a Fokker Friendship. The airline is operated jointly by Kenya Uganda and Tanzania. Use of evidence without full advice about rights is urged Washington a the supreme court was urged today to adopt a flexible Standard for applying its 1966 Miranda decision requiring that criminal suspects be fully informed of their Legal rights. The argument was advanced by an Oakland county mich., prosecutor in an attempt to preserve the conviction of a Man convicted of rape after his own statements produced damaging testimony against him. Lower Federal courts overturned the conviction of Thomas w. Tucker on the basis of the Miranda decision. They ruled that he had not been properly advised of his rights As required by the Miranda decision. But police interrogated him before the decision was handed Down requiring that suspects be informed of the right to counsel even if they could not pay for it. Tucker was convicted in Pontiac township mich., in 1966 after the court issued its Miranda decision. Tucker was free counsel. Not offered prosecutor l. Brooks Patterson in his Appeal of the lower court rulings setting aside the conviction questioned whether the Miranda decision is too restrictive and whether its Protection actually is mandated by the Constitution. He said that in the Miranda Case the supreme court had developed a an absolute and inflexible test governing the admissibility of evidence. A i suggest we should move Forward to a flexible Standard a he said . Solicitor general Robert h. Burk submitted a Brief in the Case urging the court to permit use of some evidence gathered from suspects who have not been fully advised of their rights. Bork s Brief argued that neither the Constitution s Protection against Seif my rumination nor the need to gild re against a a third degree a interrogations by police require such a stringent Rule of exclusion. Instead Bork urged adoption of an a intermediate rules that would ban use of statements made by those not fully advised of their rights while allowing prosecutors to use otherwise legitimate evidence stemming from those statements

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