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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise Friday september 6,1974 business and financial news Stock Market report new York a the Stock Market advanced unevenly today adding modestly to its Strong technical gain on thursday. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials zigzagged during the morning from a loss of 3 Points to a gain of 7, then Back to a 5.01 Rise to 675.77 at noon. Gainers held a 2-to-l Lead Over losers on the new York Stock Exchange. Analysts said the Market s upward inclinations stemmed largely from internal forces after a summer Long decline. Its erratic behaviour appeared to reflect rapidly shifting tides of opinion Over whether recent moves by the Federal Reserve Board signalled a slight moderation in the Central Bank a restrictive monetary policy. Magna Vox was the most Active big Board Issue up 1v4 at 94. North american Philips raised the Price tag on its offer to buy All of Magna Vox s shares from $8 to $9 apiece. At the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was Down .06 at 68.25. The nose s composite Index meanwhile showed a 31 gain at 37.35. Deere co., which announced expansion plans at its plants in Davenport and Dubuque Iowa was up i at 303. In the Glamor sector prices were mixed to slightly higher with digital equipment up is at 84 and Xerox ahead 2v� at 84 a turning in some of the Best gains. Imperial Oil a was the amex volume Leader Down �4 at 2 �?~4. Robin tech was up % to 5111 on top of a 2t�-Point Advance on thursday when the com Pany reported a Steep increase in quarterly earnings. 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Prey Day week ago month ago year ago 19/4 High 1974 Low 1973 High 1973 Lowth associated press is entitled to the use for reproduction of Oil local news printed in this newspaper of Welt of ail a news dispatches. Entered of second class matter at the Post office High Point n c. Under act of Morch 3, 1879 second class postage paid of High Point n c. All Corners dealers and distributors Are Independent contractors and the High Point Enterprise inc is not responsible for Advance subscription key payments made to them or their week ago representatives for Home delivery rot i a9� i Contact your local Corner. Issi High 5j i Ward Giffith company i 19/4 Low a1 5 notional advertising representatives j stocks 30indus20transp hums. 65$t0cks Bonds 40bonds. Lohi Gher grader Ai is to second Grade rails . 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Hoke whose clinic faced closing by the state after he was dropped from the staff of Charlotte memorial Hospital and denied a Transfer agreement. A Federal judge ruled last april that Hoke was dismissed unconstitutionally and ordered his reinstatement pending another hearing by the Hospital. No Date has been set for the hearing. Earlier a Federal judge had ordered that Hoke be allowed to keep his abortion clinic open until a three judge panel could Rule on the constitutionality of the Transfer regulation. The panel in the Case was comprised of judge j. Braxton Craven of the 4th u. S. Circuit court of appeals and u. S. District court judges James b. Mcmillan and Franklin t. Dupree or. William f. O Connell Ait assistant attorney general who argued the Case for the state said it had not been decided whether the ruling against the state regulation would be appealed crime data pooling organized Fayetteville n. L. Of a a number of North Carolina Law enforcement agencies have formed an organization to Pool and Swap information on organized crime in the state. Other state local and Federal Law enforcement agencies Are Welcome to join according to Fayetteville police chief Hervey Keator chairman of the new group. Keator said thursday the organization was formed at a meeting in Raleigh aug. 29. Charter members include police departments of Fayetteville Raleigh Mecklenburg county Wilmington. Greensboro Asheville Burlington. Durham and Winston Salem sheriff s departments of Cumberland Buncombe and Wake counties and the state Bureau of investigation. Keator said the organization was formed to serve As a a Clearing House for information on the travelling criminal who crosses jurisdictional he said another organizational meeting is to be held in three months with the first business session expected in about six months. Lotteries Saxbe threatens to move against state lotteries 475 77 501 Lee 28286. 60 90 0 60 206 022 28 65 10-0 04 47 00 41 73-0 25 79 40 0 to 72 08 9 0 of . Stock a averages Auto Industry Rise continues in aug. Cem a by 11 30 ii is 60 us Kun Mand Maili util. Heck 934 1 6 -9 4 424 i 120 2 716 to i 329 5 118 6 7 0 208 7 333 8 121 0 719 211 8 j84 0 1 37 7 82 8 243 1 455 8 1 34 1 1 8 3 285 7 Ait 7 177 7 to o 300 8 319 7 hot 70 9 201 4 532 7 114 7 146 3 346 9 405 9 175 5 979 261 0 a Ono averages emptied by the Auricle Rrex a j i rent be change i noon in Al 6 Al 5 Alt 53 9 51 6 la to 18 18 id . Leg i. Obj 681 �?�02 97 2 67 2 688 �?�0 i 97 2 47 4 49 9 to j 97 2 674 71 2 804 9/9 702 80 j �?�4 1 97 4 74 6 a i i la 7 990 78 0 481 79 8 97 2 47 4 �?�5 4 �?�9 j 996 �?�2 2 78 0 �?�5 2 96 3 74 2 Detroit a the United states Auto Industry continued its Midsummer resurgence last month with sales the strongest of the 1974 Model year. Domestic deliveries in August were the second Best in history tor the month the last devoted exclusively to the 1974 models. Sales Tell just per cent below the August 1973 record level american motors reported sales up a healthy 21 5 per cent. Ford said its deliveries were one per cent ahead of last August while the Chevrolet and Cadillac divisions of general motors set monthly sales records. The Domestic makers reported monthly sales of 667,237 cars Down 5 05 per cent rom 682,660 last August for the year sales were 5.3 million cars Down 22 per cent irom the 671 million of 1973. Ford sold 196 608 cars in August up from 194,615 in 1973, pm sold 333,738 cars Down 3.2 per cent from 344 -767 in 1973, and Chrysler sales reported at 107.834 were Down to 4 per cent from 120,434 am the Only maker to report an increase in protits last Quarter said sales of 29, 0&7 were up from 22,844 in 1973. Washington a atty. Gen. William b. Saxbe today threatened to seek a court injunction against state lotteries unless Congress acts within 90 Days to exempt states from Federal ant lottery Laws. Quot of Congress takes no action ifs our intention to ask the courts to decide the question and if decided favourably to us to seek injunctive Relief a Saxbe said at a news conference following a private meeting with officials from the 13 states with lotteries. The attorney general said Federal prosecutors will take no civil or criminal action against lottery officials and participants during the interim. He said he has written Senate judiciary committee chairman James Eastland and Rouse judiciary committee chairman Peter Hodinko to request speedy action on pending Bills making state lotteries Legal under Federal Law. A i want to assure you that we have no aim or wish to put your lotteries out of business a a Saxbe told about 40 officials from the 13 states with lotteries. But he said. Quot there is a serious Legal ques tion that cannot for much longer go unanswered. It ill behoves any of us at this time when government is viewed with so much cynicism to violate the Law or fail to enforce Saxbe said department officials still Are considering a possible courses of Legal action by the department if legislative Relief does not materialized a to exempt the state lotteries from applicable Federal statutes. Saxbe asst. Atty Gen Henry e. Petersen and five other department officials met privately with the state delegates to discuss the possible violations of Federal ant lottery Laws. The department released Saxbee a written opening statement. The session Caps a three month Long department review begun after a Federal prosecutor threatened to file a lawsuit to halt the Maine lottery. Department officials say the Issue turns on the interstate aspects of state operated lotteries. Lucrative Revenue producers that began in new Hampshire in 1964 and spread gradually from the East to the Midwest. Nicosia ripped Goa Dyc fm9ers by fusillade on truce line Nicosia Cyprus apr machine guns and mortars blazed across the cease fire line in Nicosia on thursday night but there was no indication the shooting would Block greek and turkish cypriot talks scheduled for today. The greek cypriot government reported an Quot intense Exchange of fire for an hour and a half at three Points along the so called Green line dividing the greek and turkish cypriot sectors of Cognac goes up in flames Cognac France a thousands of Gallons of Cognac went up in flames today in a fire in the aging cellars of the House of Martell one of France s largest distillers. No injuries were reported. Flames dozens of feet High Rose from the buildings but firemen were unable to approach the scene because of the intense heat. Barrels of Cognac exploded throughout the morning. Workers at the distillery attempted to remove Cognac stocks from adjoining buildings fearing the fire would spread. Flaming Cognac flowed through the distillery sewers and manholes exploded in the heat. A spokesman tor Martell said the fire began when a tank was opened during maintenance operations and a spark apparently ignited escaping alcohol fumes. Union dues deduction Assai and mental ruled Okay the capital. It was the heaviest firing in Nicosia since the cease fire aug. 15. The government said the shooting stopped after United nations peace forces arranged a truce. Thousands of greek cypriots fled from the City again in panic filling the roads to the South with cars and tractors piled High with Luggage. Earlier on thursday vice president haul Denktash. The Leader of the turkish cypriots announced that he and president Glafcos derides the head of the greek cypriots would meet today to discuss ways to alleviate the plight of the estimated 234.000 refugees driven from their Homes by the fighting on the Island. Weekly meetings Between Denktash and derides on Quot humanitarian problems Quot had been arranged by . Secretary general Kurt Waldheim. But Denktash called off the meeting scheduled for last monday because of the discovery of a mass grave containing remains of 84 men. Women and children in the turkish cypriot Village of Maratha. Surviving villagers charged that the bodies were those of turkish cypriots executed by greek cypriot gunmen. The find triggered a barrage of atrocity charges and counter charges and demands for an impartial investigation by the United nations and the International red Cross. Me turks meanwhile expanded their territory. Denktash reported that turkish forces seized control of the Northwest coast Between Letka and Kokkinas. Copy Pren h74 Charlotte a the City must permit deduction of Union dues from pay checks of Charlotte firemen a Federal judge has ruled. The order thursday by diet. Judge James Mcmillan was in response to a suit filed by the Charlotte chapter of the International association of firefighters. The Union represents 351 of the City s 543 firemen Mcmillan noted that in the last to years the City has not denied any request tor payroll deductions tor Bremen except this one by Union members he said a dues checkoff system tor the Union would be no More Dit ii cult than present deductions tor retirement benefits or United Way Cha table contributions. He said his ruling does not oblige the City to enter into collective bargaining or other contracts with the Union South housing is Down 39% Atlanta a. Apr housing starts in the South during the months of May june and july were off loft 400 units or 39 per cent compared to a year ago. According to the us Commerce department. American stabbed in soviet Union Moscow a an american businessman is reported recovering irom a deep Stab wound int lifted by a mentally disturbed russian who told police he came to Moscow a to kill an James hefty 34-year-old representative of the Philadelphia plastics and chemical firm Rohm and Haas was standing by his company s exhibit at a Trade Lair on thursday when a thin Man approached asked him ii he was an american and plunged a surgical Scalpel into him. . Oil Ciais said the wound reached hefty Sliver but he should be out of the Hospital in a week or to Days. Mikhail Frolov the Deputy director of the International chemical exhibit at Sokolnik Park said the assailant was a 29-year-old farm worker named Yuri Kaprov from the ukrainian Village of Cher Nigoro. Frolov said Kaprov had been Given a psychiatric Dis change irom the army in 1965, and a doctor described him As a More than too per cent Kaprov did not try to escape and the police had no difficulty in taking him into custody. Frolov reported. But he said the police had not been Able to find out Why the Young Man canted to kill an american. Body location for Law officers Waynesville. No. Apr sheriffs deputies say that Jerry Fleeman 24, of Athens. Ga., led them to the body of a Man he said he had robbed and shot to death six weeks ago. The body of Ralph Garrett 51. A vacationing school teacher from the Panama canal zone was found wednesday night in a wooded area 15 Miles North of Waynesville in the Western North Carolina mountains. The sheriffs department in Greenville. S.c., said that at the request of Garrett a relatives in Greenville it had issued a missing persons bulletin tor him. The department said Fleeman and Garrett had struck up a Friendship Atter meeting in a bus station in Atlanta and had visited together in Greenville where Garrett bought a new car. The department said they had left together in the car for a visit to the grand of opry in Nashville. Tenn Fleeman was driving Garrett a car when he was arrested in Polk county in Central Florida on july 31 in connection with two armed robberies in that county police said. He was convicted and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment on the robbery charges. He was flown to Waynesville and authorities quoted him As saying he robbed and killed Garrett. Mrs. Ford initiates first trip Washington a Betty Ford is setting out on her first trip As first lady a Mission to help raise funds Lor St. Vincent s Hospital in Birmingham. Ala. She is one of to prominent women being honoured at a gala dinner Ball on saturday night As part of the week end festivities. The presidents wife leaves aboard a military con Vair plane on Friday afternoon. Taking along a group of 16 reporters and cameramen All of whom Are paying their own Way to cover the event mrs. Ford had been invited to attend the affair when f Ord was vice president and agreed to keep the Date As first i adv. A new weekly feature to Showtime your weekly television guide every saturday in the High Point Enterprise starting saturday september 7th a

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