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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise wednesday september la 1974 business and financial news Stock Market report undercover drug agent new York a the Stock Market was mixed today in a holding pattern not far above its lowest Levels in years. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 3.99 at 662 16, but losers maintained a 6-to-5 Lead Over gainers in very Light trading on the new York Stock Exchange. Analysts said continuing worries Over inflation and economic prospects were putting a Damper on the markets efforts to rally despite the technical upward impulse generated by the deeply depressed prices of Many issues. The big Board volume Leader was great american mortgage investors Down 14 at 2 in a 154.600-share Block Trade. On the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up 07 at 66 44 the broadly based nose composite Index showed a la gain at 36 28. Gold and Silver storks weakened again after an abortive attempt to rebound from their Sharp losses of monday and tuesday. Asa. Ltd., which traded As High As 104 % Only a few weeks ago was Down a at 72 Home stake mining fell 2w to 394, Down from a 1974 High of 65fe and Campbell red Lake lost 2 a to 25s despite a dividend increase. Com jail coned j5p conf i 35 Congi to conto id to cont Elet control oat Coop i of i 04 4 la a Lull t to in Xvi tiv Citicorp w ii 203 2 23v 254 a ritiesv2 40 5 14 34v% 36 36clarke 1 60 6 29 25 25 25 4 Cave i Iii 2 40 6 la 21 20 20- cocacol2 13 la 77 69 67 69 4-1 Coig pal 59 14 24 19 19 19 col Gas 5 58 16 is 15. Combe 11o 6 12 24 24 24come soil. 20 i i 26 26 26comwe2 to i 33 2 20 20 6 a 25 is 25 3 311 6 6 65 28 12 12 127 9 ii is i8 ronsopow2 6 41 to to to. 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Is la her ganged under the bankruptcy rep still 60 4 25 22% 22 224 and or securities assumed by such com re Orvoil to 3 39 4 4 4�? p0 the foreign Issue Subiel to in Revlon i 20 12 36 44 43 44 tax. 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Rails Umi. Stoc4ktx noon wed 323 3 Haj 71 0 206 3 pro. 327 j 118.7 71.1 206 1 week ago. 319 2 1157 7 Toa 203 6 month ago 367 6 131 9 80 3 233 2 year ago. 448 3 133.0 Haj 280 9 1974 High 458 7 1 77 7 Hoo 300 8 1974 Low. 319 2 115 7 70 9 203 6 1973 High .532 7 184 7 146 3 346 9 1973 Low 405 9 125 5 97 9 261 0 Bono averages compiled by the associated press 30 is is 60 ind. Oils util. Stocks net j4.1 noon wed 47 4 68 2 to i 97 2 67 0 pm so Day 47 4 68.2 so i 97 2 66 9 wee. A a Ai a a a. 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Yates my 3 8 7 7 Zim Hom 24 9 16 2 2 Kaiser and 20 a nebs to Lata radio Loewith it Ltd Corput Medinco to Michus Ida Miry select by d. Donnelly a business writer new York a after a two month delay to poll its members the Board of the new York Stock Exchange votes on thursday on the controversial proposal to extend its trading Day a half hours until 4 . The proposal designed to increase daily Stock sales and brokers incomes is widely expected to be approved for a six month trial period in spite of Strong opposition from some brokerage houses. Of passed by the big Board the Extension will be quickly adopted by other East coast exchanges in order to avoid giving the nose a competitive advantage brokers say. An american Stock Exchange spokesman says the amex a will in ail likelihood rely on the nose Survey since our membership is practically 1 a the amex Board will propose a Rule change at its meeting on thursday which would permit it to adopt the longer hours immediately should the big Board vote to pass the trading Extension. He says. The half hour trading Extension would hopefully attract added business to Stock markets which have withered in the inflation Ridden Economy. Brokers say opposition comes from several sources including some Large institutional brokerage houses which feel that institutions will not buy More with longer hours. Many newspapers have also Witten the Exchange in opposition to the plan which would make it More Dili cult tor Many afternoon papers to is 4 2 2 4-% 3 1%. 3. 4 % 7 1% 4% 9 4�?114 4 i 2 41 ski agent is Hurt in Booby trapped car Salisbury n. C. A a state Bureau of investigation agent injured in the Boob trapping of his automobile remained in critical condition at a Salisbury Hospital today As investigation continued. Albert Stout jr., an undercover narcotics agent was blown partially out of the car by a blast which ripped off the top and doors of the vehicle when he sought to Start it about 8 15 a in. Tuesday. Rushed to Rowan memorial Hospital Stout spent More than five hours in surgery. Charles Dunn ski director said Stout lost his right leg above the knee suffered several fractures of the left leg and received a serious injury to his right hand along with numerous cuts and bruises. Dunn said the agent was in intensive care but was expected to live. The ski director added that a guard would be posted. In Raleigh the governors office posted a $5,000 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for planting the explosive. Dunn said the ski concentrates its investigations on Large drug traffic but he did not know what cases Stout might have been pursuing in his undercover work. A a we re dealing with vicious criminals Quot Dunn said. A neighbor in the Public housing Complex where Stout his wife and three Young children lived said she heard the explosion and rushed out to the parking lot where she found Stout hanging from his car with his head on the ground. The witness said Stout was conscious and moaned a they got Mozambique Street fighting kills too police said the car s roof was blown off and peeled Back Over the trunk and the Hood was Bent Forward from the Windshield which was blown out completely. The doors Lay crumpled on the Dunn said Stout had moved to the housing Complex several years ago at the invitation of the Salisbury housing authority. At the time Stout was a Rowan county Deputy sheriff. Dunn said Stout had continued to live there after joining the ski Dunn added that the agent s undercover work was outside the county and did not involve the housing Complex. The ski director said there were no suspects. He said a neighbor reported seeing an unfamiliar Grey car in the parking lot monday night and again tuesday morning shortly Atter the blast. More from Page i a Lisbon Portugal a More than too persons have been killed in Street Battles in the past 24 hours in Lourenco Marques following the collapse of a White settlers rebellion the official radio station in the portuguese territory reported today. A portuguese government communique issued in Lisbon reported a racial violence Quot and said the army was flying reinforcements to the capital from Northern Mozambique. White settlers in the capital of the Southeast african territory seized the ratio station the Airport and other key Points saturday. The action came following the signing of an agreement to give control of the territorial government to fre Limo the african guerrilla movement that in to years has fought the portuguese army to a standstill in Mozambique. Almost no violence was reported on saturday sunday and monday and on tuesday portuguese authorities an flight from Page i a plane crashed drove his farm tractor to the scene and used it to carry five persons to safety. Mcdowell said the first thing he remembered was a the tremendous column of smoke. The second thing was the screaming and Yelling and crying. It was Ervin Melton a Rescue member of the Woodlawn fire department said he found four men and a stewardess when he arrived at the crash a the tour men were conscious but were badly stewardess said she was Okay to take care of them Quot Melton said a spokesman at presbyterian Hospital said mrs. Watson was Given medical attention and was released. The jets Pilot was capt. A e Reeves 48. Who joined the company in 1956, the other flight attendant was listed As e. A Kerth both were based in Atlanta Eastern air lines said the other survivors were taken to Charlotte memorial Hospital. Bounced that the rebels had surrendered peacefully following an ultimatum from the government in Lisbon. But the communique issued today indicated Street fighting broke out when crowds of Black and White demonstrators met. Newsmen and other sources in Lourenco Marques said the City of 140,000 Blacks and 70,000 Whites was tense but comparatively Calm today after More than 24 hours of near anarchy. Beira Mozambique a second largest City and chief port was reported quiet after two Days of noisy demonstrations. The Lisbon newspaper o Seculo reported that the leaders of the three Day revolt had fled to neighbouring White ruled South Africa or Rhodesia. Government responsible for the Security of Nixon s presidential materials and provides for the eventual destruction of the celebrated White House tapes the vaults and Security guards would Cost an estimated $110,000. Montoya said a it appears that when you went to san Clemente to discuss the transition with Nixon aide although it was not the Middle of Winter you were Given quite a Snow Usa figures obtained from congressional sources show that the Nixon budget for his first to months out of office compares with a total of $1-1 million spent for Johnson his immediate predecessor during the four years Johnson lived after retiring As president. Of that total Johnson received about $370,000 for transition expenses and $37.-000 in pension funds during his first 17 months out of of criticism wave inundated Ford Over pardons Washington a for the second time this week the Issue of presidential Pardon for watergate has sent Waves of criticism crashing Over Gerald r. Ford s White House. Ford on tuesday authorized a spokesman to announce that the president was considering pardons for everyone connected with the watergate scandal. The resulting Adverse reaction from Congress exceeded in intensity the largely negative response that greeted Fords Pardon on sunday of former president Richard m. Nixon. Some Public to cures who had supported the Nixon Pardon declined to comment on the news that Ford now was pondering Blanket pardons a i Hope this will get no Lur ther than a study Quot said Senate democratic whip Robert c. Byrd of West Virginia a making a second mistake won t help matters pardoning All those connected with watergate would Complete the cover up of the cover up. Quot Senate Republican whip Robert p. Griffin of Michigan begged off commenting saying Quot let me think for a while Quot sen. Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania the Senate Republican Leader declined comment As did California gov Ronald Reagan. All three had previously voiced their support for the Nixon Pardon former atty. Gen Elliot l Richardson however saw a logical connection Between the Nixon Pardon and Ford s announcement that he was studying pardons tor others. The Pardon study a is of course made necessary by the other Pardon a Richardton said. But any such connection was denied by House Republican Leader John j Rhodes of Arizona who said he supports the Nixon Pardon but it does not necessarily follow that a similar Pardon should be issued to those individuals under the former president who participated in criminal lice the presidential pen Sion has since been increased to $60,000 annually. The Nixon proposal worked out by Nixon aides and Sampson in unannounced meeting in san Clemente Calif. Immediately after the resignation would take full advantage of both the former presidents act of 1958 and the presidential transition act of 1963. The transition act provides a former president with up to $450,000 for office. Stall and other benefits during his first six months out of office. The former presidents act provides tor a pension to begin immediately alter a president leaves office plus up to $96,000 for staff salaries and a suitable office space appropriately equipped Quot to begin at the end of the transition period. A Justice department memorandum prepared at Sampson a request indicates that Nixon is not eligible for full benefits under both Laws at the same time. The Nixon proposal however would extend the transition period from six months to More than to months ending on june 30, 1975, the end of the current fiscal year. At the same time Nixon would be receiving $400,000 in pension staff salaries and other benefits under the former presidents act. A Usa spokesman cited the Johnson transition As a precedent noting that he was the Only president to receive the benefits of both acts and pointing out that he extended his his transition period from six months to 17 months but Gas documents show that Johnson received Only his pension and transition act funds during that 17-month period and did t begin getting staff and office Money under the former presidents act until the transition ended. Calculations based on the Gas figures show that Johnson received an average of about $31,000 a month during the transition period and about $17,000 a month after that. This compares with $85 too a month Nixon would receive during his first to months and $33,000 a month after that if his level of spending under the former presidents act remained stable. Incumbents do Well in elections 74 2 114 j pm 1974 print final Stock prices by Carl p. Leubsdorf a political writer rep. Hugh l Carey scored a smashing Victory in new Yorkus democratic primary for governor while nine governors and five senators won easy renomination in the last big round of primaries to pick candidates for the nov 5 elections. Although tuesday was generally a Good Day for in a u in b e n i a three congressmen were Defeated democrats Bertram l. Podell of new York who goes on trial for perjury today and Robert o. Tiernan of Rhode Island and Veteran Republican Glenn k. Davis of Wisconsin. In the major races in 13 states and the District of Columbia however there were few upsets. In Maryland former state sen Louise Gore scored an unexpected Victory in the Republican primary for governor Over rep Lawrence w. Hogan the first gof member of the House judiciary committee to support impeachment of former president Ric hard m Nixon. Miss Gore will be a distinct underdog in november against democratic gov. Marvin Mandel who easily won renomination. Other democratic governors who won renomination were Reubin Askew of Florida Wendell r Anderson of Minnesota Patrick a Lucey of Wisconsin and Thomas p. Salmon of Vermont also victorious were four Republican state executives goes. Francis w. Sargent of Massachusetts Meldrim Thomson or. Of new Hampshire John Vanderhoof of Colorado and Malcolm Wilson of new York Wilson was unopposed tor nomination to a full term in the Post he assumed when Nelson a. Rockefeller resigned last december. The Only incumbent senator with primary opposition Republican Charles Mcc Mathias or. Of Maryland easily won renomination. And Sens. Barry Coldwater r-ariz., Jacob k javits r n y., Peter of Dominick Colo. And Gaylord Nelson d-wis., were All unopposed for nominations to new six year terms. In the District of Columbia which is electing its mayor for the first time this year appointed mayor Walter Washington led the democratic primary Over attorney Cid lord l Alexanderjr i he democratic primary Winner will be heavily la voted in november in new Yolk where Rockefeller led the republicans to Lour straight gubernatorial victories Carey had Strong labor backing As he easily Defeated former of track betting Boss Howard j. Samuels. Samuels lost his fourth bid for governor despite backing of both the state democratic organization and Many party Letorre leaders in a primary that saw democrats reject All major candidates chosen at a party convention june. Last they chose a woman state sen Mary Anne Kupsak of upstate Canajoharie As Carey a running mate for lieutenant governor and gave the party s Senate nomination against Javas to former atty. Jen. Ramsey Clark a transplanted texan running on a platform of political Reform

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