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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Point Enterprise Friday september 20,1074 business and Mancia news Stock Market report four Hurt in Boston a Vav a Clart it 6 23 6 a 6�? a vendoco.40 9 2 3 3 3 in velcro ugh 15 64 22 a 21 21h Val pm 1 11 4 644 8 7fat�?~ 8 a g a vow a it Zachova 76 5 6 12�?Ta 126 12 j a new Youk apr the Stock markets week Long rally altered today amid apparent disappointment at a major Bank a decision to hold its prime interest rate at 12 per cent. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was Down 9.16 at 664.89, and losers held a 7-to-6 Lead Over gainers on the new York mock Exchange. The Dow had gained some 47 Points since the Start of the week with the help of enthusiasm Over softening Short term Money rates. Expectations also evidently built up that new Yorkus first National City Bank might Cut its prime rate today but the by Bank said As trading began it Woald stay with a 12 per cent rate for the coming week. Pan american world airways was the big Board volume Leader Down pm at 2.fe in trading that included a 292,300-share Block at 2 i. On the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up .12 at 66.22. Sunbeam was Down i at iou on top of a i a Point slide thursday when the company projected lower earnings for the current Quarter. The top rank growth stocks declined broadly with ism Down 24 at 167 /4 Eastman Kodak off Iii at 74 Texas instruments Down 214 at 644 and Xerox Down in at 77f. The Nyser a noon composite Index of All its listed common stocks was Down .38 at 36.25. Houston Oil minerals was the amex volume Leader up 14 at 134. 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L a 2 noon Fri. 47 2 67f 79 i 97 2 67 7 Pray Day 47 2 678 79 i 97 2 67 5 we Ayu 4/3 68 i in i 97 2 66 9 month ago 47 i 69 799 97 5 6 5 year ago 516 a of a a j 97 i 76 4 1974 High 53 2 Sii 882 990 66 9 1974 Low of 1 67 8 79 i 97 2 669 1973 High 5j9 is �?�9 3 99.6 ii 2 Imi Low is 6 780 �?�5 2 963 74 2 fall no 37e a my my t Unterb 2 20 in Blee i it Uno Aii 9 upccp2 to to 111 uroyal to 5 182 Unita Irett until Brandt uni lip 75e Ommi a is Gypsy 60 a my 77 a sn2.40 unwell juju 6 to up Keri 91 us Mil 19 s 12�� v 3 i 34 3 a to a u iou iou 9 72 23 a 23 10%e 7 3 big is 73 22 25 67 a 14 4 4g la 25 9 6 6g 15 g la 5 a us 4 72 Iii 14 4 79 to 6 287 j9 7 73 94 him 4 99. 24. 179 5 348 3 90 3 1461 6 to 7 45 w 267 5 20 s la 5 34 4 35 5 3 9 i to to 6 174. 57 4 163 i 22 10v# 2 3 17 % 14 a 72 % 22 24 64�?T% us 14 4 1 iou 25 9 6 a Swa leu suah a 13 it 37 3h a. 23 a a 10 a 23h a a 14 i a 77�? a 72h 24 i 64 %-2 a a 14�? a 4�? g to a a 26 9 6 t a 141 la f vol. 45 a to a 26 4 6 14 we 5 43 a 12 la ii .6 Tiai 9 4 30 63 4 26 3 Saua us 4g 42 fall 4 us a go to jul 9a Iba 63-l 6u. 26 a j9�? g Java us. 15 a $ a aia v a a a it 48�? a a a Nessen said ready desegregation protests to accept Boston apr at least four students were Hurt in scattered school bus stoning involving both Blacks and Whites in a Boycott protesting busing integration and racial violence forced cancellation of classes at a White Middle class High school. Throughout the school system attendance continued to Inch up from wednesday s 75 per cent level school of t Ici als said on thursday scores of policemen sat on doorstops near South Boston High school on thursday their riot helmets beside them. No crowds gathered on the streets the scene of violent demonstrations when the first school buses arrived under a court ordered integration plan a week ago. A school department spokesman said Tacut to members and administrators were scheduled to meet at Hyde Park High school today and attempt to gather a group of White and Black students to talk out their problems. The spokesman said the school is scheduled to open again monday for Only one or two grades. Hyde Park the school s location is a White Middle class neighbourhood on the Southern Edge of Boston a few Miles from South Boston. The schools racial ratio changed from about 80 per cent White 20 per cent Black last year to 50-50 this year. A i observed kids getting beaten up. I observed a teacher getting hit Over the head with a said John 0�?Tco.mor, a history teacher. Atter school teachers met and voted 60 to to to ask that the High school be closed today. In other developments a group of Neo nazis was ushered out of the state a for their own Protection a by police after they were involved in a confrontation in South Boston. A Kun flux klan Leader irom Louisiana said his followers were recruiting members in Boston. City officials said they would oppose any klan attempts to hold rallies. American Exchange Newyork apr american Stock e change selected noon prices sales pc ads High Lew last chg. 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A a Yuz Yates and 3 la 7 7 7 % Prest 1974 6?�? a j i. 4a�? a 2g. 1h % 3g a 33 a 3g�? a 2. A�?1-16 4g a Tgu a 3 a from Page i a to a member of his staff and that he must designate in writing the staff member authorized to see the return on his behalf. In an obvious reference to allegations that the adminis it traction of former president Richard m. Nixon abused the tax system for political purposes Deputy White House press Secretary John w. Hushen told newsmen with reference to Ford and his action Al think he a seen what a happened in the past and wants to make sure it does t happen in the future As Long As he is there were reports that Ford underscored support tor the nonpolitical nature of the career civil service in a move prevent key political holdovers trom the Nixon administration from using 256 24 a Ujj 23g�? a7301 74 Zia 74 h political influence to win career jobs with the government. A a appointments and promotions in the career service must not be made on the basis of either politics race Creed or sex a Ford said. He directed department Heads to a make sure your Agency fully complies with kith the letter and the spirit it the Law in this under the executive order on tax returns Ford personally would have to write the Secretary of the Treasury or his Delegate and state the name and address of the taxpayer whose return is to be inspected the Type of tax return involved and the taxable period covered by such a return. The president also would name in wanting one or More employees of the White House office who would be authorized on his behalf to receive and inspect tax returns. Twins reported doing Well Philadelphia a siamese twin girls separated in a rare operation were reported today to be doing extremely Well. A spokesman tor children a Hospital said Clara and Alta Rodriguez 13-month-old dominican Republic twins who were joined at the lower trunk were progressing in their recovery from wednesdays operation. A their condition although technically listed As stable was deemed better than expected. The girls Mother mrs. Farida Moris de Rodriguez visted her daughters on thursday and according to Hospital spokesman mrs. Shirley Bonem Clara opened her eyes when her Mother came into the room. A the nurses said mrs. Rodriguez was just overwhelmed a mrs. Bonem said. A her head kept going from one bed to another in disbelief. She was absolutely delighted that they were both All Jaworski from Page i a the prosecutors need the former president to authenticate More than 30 White House tapes which they plan to play for the jury. The tapes include Many conversations Between Nixon and cover up defendants. Before the tapes can be admitted As evidence someone must testify to their accuracy As recordings of real conversations. According to two lawyers not directly involved in the trial in past criminal trials the Only persons who can do that Are those who joined in the conversations or at least were present when they took place. In addition lawyers say Nixon is probably the Only one who can testify whether the tapes were tampered with in any Way because he personally dictated who would have Access to them As the watergate investigations continued to unfold. Nixon reportedly planning to enter a Hospital next week is suffering from a blood clot disease called phlebitis. His lawyer Herbert j. Miller has acknowledged the tonner president has shown a serious signs of Strain and physical Miller As he has done in an unrelated civil suit in California is expected to ask . District judge John j. Is m a to quash the subpoenas seeking Nixon a testimony. Woman from Page i a Are aired said mrs. Moore did not go on the air. He said she had talked with Hun be Ore and he a knew immediately who she was. She has a distinctive Withers said mrs. Moore told him a elite had lost All its meaning and she called because she a just wanted to Tell you what she planned to do Withers said mrs. Moore told him she had doused Hersell with charcoal lighter Tuel and was a positively reeking with it As they talked. He tried to dissuade her and put her on hold while he telephoned police. Withers said he heard the Telephone drop then called police a second time and also summoned an ambulance Atter which the Moore phone was Hung up. Sen. Moore who was in Raleigh thursday night returned Home Atter informed of the incident. Higher milk Price supports Are proposed Washington a the agriculture department today proposed a boost of up to 13 per cent in minimum prices paid to Farmers for milk. Produced for bottling under Federal marketing orders. Officials said the proposal was offered As a Way to help financially distressed Dairy Farmers who say rising costs Are threatening to drive them out of business. A hearing will be held oct. 8 in Rosemont 111., near Chicago to gather comments from producers milk dealers and Consumers the department said. The proposal involves a formula used to compute minimum prices which must be paid to Farmers for class i fluid milk in the nation s 61 marketing orders areas. Those produce about 60 per cent of the total milk Supply. Officials said the proposed increase relates Only to class i milk and not other grades for treaty rights used for the manufacture of Dairy products. Under the plan a boor Price would be set for computing class i minimums. Normally the formula is based on the Market Price of manufacturing Grade milk sold in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The proposal would set a maximum of $7.50 per too pounds in the formula and eliminate the Normal Market fluctuations for manufacturing Grade milk. That would be translated into the minimum prices paid to Farmers for class i milk in each of the marketing order areas. In August the Minnesota Wisconsin Price average was $6.39 per too pounds. There is a two month lag in using that formula in setting class i prices in the orders so the August orders would take Ettelt in october. Officials said it would translate into an average minimum of $8.49 per too pounds for class i milk next month. Washington apr Hon Nessen White House correspondent for Abc television news has agreed to become president f Ord s press Secretary sources report. Announcement of Nessen s appointment was scheduled tor today formally climaxing Ford s intensive search tor a successor to Jerald f. Text lost who resigned sept. 8 to protest the Pardon of Richard m. Nixon. Contacted thursday night at his Home Nessen declined to confirm he had accepted the Post. A a in be talked to them about the Job a he said. A any announcement will have to come from the White but two reliable sources said Nessen had agreed to join Ford s staff after receiving High level assurances he would have Lull and ready Access to the president and would be kept posted on policy decisions As they develop. Nessen. 40. Was assigned to Abc s White House staff when Ford succeeded Nixon As president on aug. 9. J in had travelled 118,000 Miles with Ford while covering his eight months As vice president developing a rapport with Ford and his top aides. Nessen joined Nhuc in 1962, covering Lyndon Johnson a administration before transferring to Vietnam in 1965. There he suffered Chest wounds from a grenade fragment while covering the Vietnam Battlefront. Indians May take to War path again Bonners ferry Idaho a Northern Idaho s 67-member Kootenai Indian tribe braced for a confrontation today with state and local Law enforcement agencies. Kootenai tribal members planned to erect roadblocks on the regions four major roadways in an Effort to secure at least part of 1.6 million acres in Idaho and Montana which they lost in 1855. State and local authorities said they would arrest anyone Manning a Roadblock. On thursday evening a 33-car Convoy of marked Idaho state police vehicles moved into Bonners ferry. Tribal spokesman Douglas w Heaton pledged that no Indian would provoke violence. He said no one Manning roadblocks would be armed. He added however that if fired upon the Kootenai would secure weapons. The Kootenai said their plan was designed to Force immediate negotiation of their first treaty with the Federal government. The plan called for roadblocks to collect 10-cent tolls from cars travelling on highways a crossing the Canadian Border and connecting Montana and Idaho. The Indian band had Given the Federal government until Midnight on thursday to meet its demands or face a declaration of War. Tribal leaders characterized their declaration of War on the United states As the last Chance for their bands survival. F in Ford slates Korea visit for november Washington apr president Ford will visit South Korea for an overnight stay nov. 22-23 following his trip to Japan the White House announced today. The president is making the visit at the invitation of koreans president Park Chung Hee whose wife was killed in a recent assassination attempt on Park. Ford will arrive in Seoul on the morning of nov. 22 and depart the following morning. Retail from Page i a future. The consumer Price Index jump signalled a half billion Dollar increase in pension Benet its for Federal government retirees and military personal whose retirement benefits Are adjusted to account for increases in the Cost of living. The 1.3 per cent Rise in consumer prices last month both adjusted and unadjusted followed an eight tenths of a per cent increase in july and was the biggest one month Rise reported since retail prices Rose 1.9 per cent last August following the lifting of the governments Price freeze. Food prices were reported up 1.4 per cent in August following a decline of four tenths of a per cent the previous month. The Cost of services Rose 1.1 per cent last month about the same As in the three previous months. Commodities other than food a regarded by most economists As a More sensitive barometer of inflation a Rose 1.5 per cent last month the largest increase on record. The government said grocery prices were up 1.5 per cent in August a month in which they usually decline. Fifi kills 60 hondurans moving into Mexico Guatemala apr reduced to a tropical storm Hurricane fill headed into Southern Mexico today leaving at least 6u dead in Northern Honduras. The honduran National emergency committee said Ham radio reports that could not be continued indicated about 2u0 persons were killed or missing. All of the dead reported were in Honduras which the Hurricane lashed on thursday with 110-M�Leanhour winds and gusts up to 140 . The storm slammed into Belize formerly British Honduras in thursday night and at Midnight was Over North Central Guatemala. The Miami Hurricane Center said its winds had dropped to 6o . And a it is expected to gradually lose identity later today As it continues Westward into Southern Mexico a the populated area hit hardest apparently was around the honduran town of Ceiba on the Caribbean coast. The National emergency committee said 41 persons were killed there. The committee said 12 More of the confirmed dead were children who were swept away by a Flash flood in the Small Inland town of it Gresso. Cua Naja a Small town on an islam off the honduran coast was reported 80 per cent destroyed and the town of ratan on a neighbouring Island was about 40 per cent destroyed officials said. Hut most of the inhabitants were believed to have been evacuated before the storm struck. The . Air Force ordered two Small planes and twit helicopters from bases Iii Panama to Honduras for a damage Survey. The . Embassy in Tegucigalpa the honduran capital said american Relief planes were expected with generators food Medicine clothing and other supplies. A the problem appears to be mostly that of hungry and i homeless people a an embassy spokesman said

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