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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Business and financial news Carson continued handling Case Stock Market report Ranco in 92 Raptor my Raytown orca i new York a the Stock Market rolled up its second powerful Advance in a Row in very heavy trading today with the Aid of some Good news on both the inflation and interest rate fronts. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was. Up 15.73 at 646.75, and gainers held about an 8-to-1 Lead Over losers on the new York Stock Exchange. The Market already Riding the momentum of wednesdays 28.39 Advance in the Dow got further encouragement from a prime rate Cut by a Small St. Louis Bank and the governments report today that wholesale prices Rose in september at their slowest rate in la months. Litton industries was the big Board volume Leader Down % at 4% in a 235,600-share Block Trade. On the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up 1.02 at 66.56. The Dow at its Best level this morning was up More than 20 Points increasing its Rise since the Start of the week to More than 65 Points. At that stage some profit taking appeared and it looked As if the rally was embarking on the first real test of its longevity. Individual sectors of the Market continued to Benefit from specific Points in the economic plan proposed by president Ford tuesday afternoon. Utility issues and capital goods producers for example posted gains linked by analysts to Fords Call for tax measures to ease capital raising problems. The Nyser a noon composite Index of All its listed common stocks was up 1.04 at 36.73. Terra chemicals International was the amex volume Leader unchanged at 14. New York Exchange new Vork a a York Stock Exchange tel exed noon Price pm i High tem tat cd. 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Henredon Hickory Fum j. B. Ivey Lane life of Carolina a cab corp . Natural Gas a a St inv. Co. Phillips Foscue Piedmont Avia pub. Ser. Of . Rex plastics s. Film extrude 9i i h a 5 54 17% 18% 4% 5ma 10% 11% 4 a 4% 4% 5% 11% 12% 1% 1% 9 67a 6% 1% 4% 7 a 8% 3% 9% 7 a 7% 2 a 5% 7% 9 4 mileage permanent Phoenix Rel Heck Vesper 24 View lax Ntxo Eirc 2 a 46 a 44 a 3 a a a 3a a 24 a 4 a 4 a a 74 a i 4 a Al Uia. A 4 ads a 4 a a. 4a a a a a a a by David r. Nelsen associated press writer Raleigh apr James Carson continued his involve ment in a Case he handled As an attorney after being appointed to the court of appeals last year. North Carolina Law forbids a judge from practising Law and requires a Tine of at least $200 if convicted of the Misdemeanour offence. Carson could not be reached for comment. In smuggling the Raleigh news and observer reported in its wednesday editions that after being appointed to the appeals court in Raleigh Carson helped obtain pardons from gov. Jim Holshouser for two clients. Carson was appointed to the court by the Republican governor last december. He has since resigned and was appointed attorney general when Robert Morgan stepped Down to run for the . Crime Syndicate said involved Springfield mass. Apr a Pennsylvania tax official says organized crime is involved in cigarette smuggling and that states acting together can better solve the problem. Paul Landau director of the Pennsylvania Bureau of cigarette and beverage taxes told a meeting of the Eastern Seaboard interstate tax enforcement group on wednesday that a the primary concept is the Mutual benefits that can be accomplished by the combined efforts of our a a with the combined Effort we can better solve our individual state problems As Well As the regional Landau who is president of the group said a we Are in the process of investigating and applying for Federal assistance through the Leaa Federal Law enforcement assistance Agency discretionary funds. A this is necessary in order to have the proper financial support to Deal with this interstate he said. Attending the meeting which continued today were representatives of the Federal internal Revenue service and the . Treasury department and representatives from Connecticut Georgia Illinois Maine. Maryland Massachusetts new Jersey new York new York City North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island and Virginia. William Toomey of the Massachusetts department of corporation and taxation a Bureau of excises told the gathering a the cooperative efforts of the member states has been most encouraging in our attempt to control the illegal transportation of untaxed cigarettes into the northeastern Senate As a Democrat. Carson is running for attorney general As a Republican. The newspaper reported that Carson wrote gov. Holshouser on oct. To 1973, seeking pardons for William Harris and Mitchell Watts Concord druggists convicted of illegally dispensing narcotics. The men were pardoned feb. 21, 1974, by Holshouser. They had both completed their probation and suspended sentences. The newspaper reported that on dec. 18, 1973, and after Carson was on the appeals court Carson called m u. Hand who was handling the request for the state paroles commission about the Case. Carson refused to comment on whether he was paid for his work on the Case. Whether Carsons continued involvement would be considered practising Law after being appointed to the Bench is Uncertain. Head appeals judge Walter Brock told the associated press that he make such a decision because he does no to have sufficient information on the Case. The code of judicial conduct adopted by the North Carolina supreme court sept. 26, 1973, requires judges to annually a report the Date place and nature of any activity for which he received compensation and the name of the payor and the amount of compensation no the a Public report must be filed with the clerk of the court on which the judge sits. Theo Brown jr., clerk of the appeals court said he has received no report from Carson though All of the judges now on the Bench recently filed their reports. Brock told the a that judges have up to 30 Days after the period ends to file their report. He said the period runs from oct. I through sept. 30. Brock added that Carson cannot be forced to file the report because he has left the Bench. He said the code Isnit a criminal statute and the Only action that can be taken against a judge violating it is censure by the supreme court or removal from the Bench. If a judge resigns he is no longer under the code s rules. Carson told the news and observer that before going on the Bench he a had talked with them parole officials a number of times and a had discussed it with the Carson discounted the effect of his plea on Holshouser the newspaper reported. A cab earnings show decline i i boys charged in Bank thefts Elpaso Tex. A eleven boys have been charged with larceny in the disappearance of $41,000 from six Banks. One Bank official said that apparently the boys simply strolled out of the Banks unnoticed with the Cash. The ii All Elpaso residents ranged in age from to to 20. Fri agents said the Case involved Banks in Elpaso Fabens and Horn Tex., and Anthony . The disappearances occurred Over a 30-month period. The Fri refused to disclose any details of How the Money was taken. But Howard Hudgeons a vice president of the Border City Bank in Elpaso said the manner in which his Bank lost $6,000 probably was typical. Officers arrested eight boys on tuesday and on wednesday took them next Day before a . Magistrate who set Bond at $20,000 each. Saigon police beat newsmen prom Page i a speech was the first i heard til Fords shift was so sudden and surprising that Fea program officer Mayo Stuntz who has estimated the fuel savings expected from Fea Auto efficiency proposals had no idea How much gasoline Fords proposal could save a we done to know what Ford Means by said Stuntz. A a we be been measuring improvement against 1974 car models but it sounds like the president is taking 1975 models As tile base and that makes a lot of difference because they already have gained 13.5 per cent in fuel Economy Over last Ford s proposal would be a Sharp Speed up in the schedule More demanding and More fuel saving than anything Fea has proposed so far. But the questions raised by Ford s sudden switch had no ready answers and Fords White House Energy policy specialist Michael Duval could not be reached wednesday for explanations. See wire photo on front Page Saigon South Vietnam apr hundreds of persons demonstrating against president Nguyen Thieu a government marched through downtown Saigon today. And for the second time in less than two weeks police beat up Western newsmen covering the protests. The demonstrations the biggest against Thieu in three years were generally free of police interference until a splinter Buddhist group continued to demonstrate in front of the National Assembly after most of the 1,000 protesters had dispersed uniformed policemen began to scuffle with the stick wielding buddhists who were complaining that police had beaten two of their comrades earlier in the Day. At least six demonstrators were hospitalized including a Buddhist nun with a broken leg and a 40-year-old Man beaten for carrying an antigovernment Banner near Saigon scentral Market. When Western newsmen filmed and photographed the scuffles men identified by sources close to the police As plainclothes policemen turned on them. Two newsmen a Haney Howell Saigon Bureau chief of lbs and time magazines Barry Hillenbrand a were kicked and beaten. Howell of Copperhill ten who was beaten wan associated press photographer Neal Ulevich while covering similar demonstrations to Days ago was rushed by a . Embassy ambulance to a Hospital. Officials said he suffered deep abdominal pain apparently from a blow in the spleen. Hillenbrand was injured less seriously. He said he was taking a photograph of police trying to wrest banners and Sticks away from the demonstrators when he was slugged in the Back of the head and kicked in the stomach. Government and police spokesmen were not imme. Smaller investors to get Back Diatel available for com into the Market. Charlotte apr the a cab corp. Has reported consolidated income of $16,583 million for the first three quarters of 1974 before securities losses and a gain on the Sale of a subsidiary. The corporation earned $20,050 million in the same period of 1973. Board chairman Thomas Storrs said earnings per share were 98 cents compared to $1.19 in the first nine months of 1973. Net income after securities losses of $297,000 net of taxes and the effect of the gain on the Sale of a subsidiary in the net amount of $865,000, was $1.02 per share. Per share net income for the first three quarters of 1973 was $1.15. Consolidated income before securities losses for Stock from Page i a conference was Down proportionately. Only about 325 analysts paid the $265 registration for the four Day fall conference Down from 800 a year ago. A if we Are not near the Bottom this will be the worst depression the industrialized Western world has Ever seen and the capitalistic system is done for a said Cappielio. Despite gloom and uncertainty on Wall Street leaders of the conference said this could be a Good time for the third Quarter was $3,146 million compared to $6,716 million for the third Quarter of 1973. Storrs said that was the equivalent of 18 cents per share in 1974 and 40 cents per share in 1973. He said the decrease in third Quarter earnings was largely the result of continued narrowed net interest margins a the difference Between what the corporation pays for bendable funds and the average rate at which it lends them. Storrs said this reflected continued High interest rates the narrow difference Between the prime rate and other Short term Money Market rates and the greater liquidity the company maintained through the Quarter in the face of Adverse credit Market conditions. Mills have ment on the attacks. In the past they have claimed that police have been Given strict orders not to assault journalists. The demonstration began when 150 to 200 vietnamese journalists gathered to protest a controversial press decree which allows the government to confiscate newspapers. Robert d. Hedberg of new York chairman of the federation said that Many stocks and Bonds Are sharply undervalued at their current Market Price making an upsurge seem inevitable. A it sounds Hokey but you buy stocks when there Are problems when there a blood in the streets a said happier. Kissinger Tours before talks Cairo Egypt a Secretary of state Henry Kissinger is spending the Day sightseeing before he and egyptian president Anwar Sadat sit Down tonight to talk Over peace negotiations for Hie Middle East. Sadat is precluded from daytime meetings because this is the lunar month of Ramadan during which moslem must observe a strict fast until Sundown. Kissinger s tour itinerary includes a visit to a fortress built by Saladin the 12th Century Ayyub Ite Sultan of Egypt whose conquests included the latin kingdom of Jerusalem. Hut after Sundown Kissinger and Sadat turn their attention to More contemporary Mideast strife in a session expected to last at least until 2 a m. On his sixth Mideast tour since the 1973 october War Kissinger arrived in Cairo on wednesday night and immediately met with Sadat and foreign minister Ismail Fah my. A i had a very Good talk with an old Friend and a full review of the situation a Kissinger said but the statesmen revealed nothing about any Progress toward resuming Arab israeli negotiations. A senior . Official said earlier that Washington opposes Early resumption of the Geneva peace talks cosponsored by the United states and the soviet Union he said the United states prefers negotiations outside the conference room egyptian sources said Sadat wants a Geneva session before the end of the year. He was reported eager to avoid irritating the russians at a Tim when soviet egyptian relations Are improving from Page i a congressman and ill you in a news conference called after Mills claim that he was not involved. Arthur said a we can assume it was rep. he added �?�1 think the officers would recognized him. Mills administrative assistant Oscar a a Gene Goss who had earlier relayed Mills denials of involvement to newsmen said after the police press conference a i cannot refute what the police mrs. Battistella was admitted to a Hospital but later released and reporters who called her apartment on wednesday were told by another woman that she was sleeping under sedation. The Doorbell at the apartment also went unanswered although people could be heard moving about inside a the woman lives in a luxury High Rise apartment Complex where Mills and his wife also have an apartment. It is in Crystal City va., across the Potomac River from the capital. The Washington Post quoted Hospital sources As saying mrs. Battistella 38, had two Black eyes and had identified herself to officials there As a stripper. Greek s music wins ovation in Athens Athens Greece a greek composer Mikis Theodorakis received a standing ovation from a sellout crowd of 50,000 in his first Public performance in Greece in eight years. Theodorakis whose music was banned by the greek Junta in april of 1967 because of his leftist background featured his own compositions in the wednesday night concert in a soccer stadium. Many of them were written during his imprisonment Here by the Junta and later in Paris following his release in 1970

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