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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 20, 1973
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8nn Francisco nt ilie right *pot nt tho fight time. CnrhBlde concerts are nudlcnco nttrnctcrs—somcllntcs numbering Just cine, tight—nil *•»• city's Mdcwnlku and nnrks evenings nnd weekend*. The getting! may to© nnnsitnl tout tho muslelnnn nro dcrloun, bottom, tnoitly conservatory students plnylng for the love of music. (Photos toy John Arms) New Rules May Force GM to Close By EDWARD S. LECHTIN DETROIT (UP!) - General Motors President Edward N. Cole, speaking less than two months after the auto industry won a delay in clean air standards, said Tuesday his company may shut down if another antipollution standard is not set back. Hearings will begin Monday in Washington before the Environmental Protection Agency on requests from GM and Chrysler to delay for one year the 1976 standards for emissions of oxides of nitrogen. The EPA in April granted the auto industry a one-year delay in meeting standards for hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide emissions. If implementation of the nitrogen oxide standards is not delayed, Cole told an environmental activities week dinner at GM's training center, "You're going to have one big company, I think, out of business." In its application for suspension of the 1976 standard, GM said it "might be faced with a total shutdown of its plants which would result in the unemployment of hundreds of thousands of individuals. "In balancing the drastic effect on the economy which would be posed by such a shutdown against the minimal effect to our atmosphere if one- year suspension of the 1976 nitrogen oxide standard were granted, it is amply clear that suspension is justified," the GM application said Golesbuffl Register-Moil, Ggtesburg, ill. Wednesday, June 20, 1973 31 Dean: Nixon Stalled Probe (Continued From Page 1) inside Democratic headquarters. —NBC News said a seven- page summary of Dean's testimony quoted Dean as saying EhrJichman informed him that President Nixon agreed to grant executive clemency to Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt. —NBC also said the summary showed Nixon was aware that Hunt had demanded to be paid $122,000. In another development relating to Dean, Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox gave the government's evidence so far gatherer! against Dean to U.S. District Court Judge John J. Sirica, to be kept under seal for use in any possible trial against him. The purpose was to make clear that evidence was not based on testimony Dean is to give the Senate committee next week. He will testify under an agreement that his Senate testimony cannot be used against him. Action Follows Testimony The New York Times reported Tuesday that the Watergate committee is investigating the personal finances of those Involved in the bugging and gover-up to sec if any 1972 Republican campaign funds went into individual pockets. The action followed testimony by Dean to the committee that lie "b o r r o vv e d" Republican hinds to finance his honeymoon, Dean said Klirlichman first urged him to pressure the CfA on Juno 2C, nine days after the Watergate arrests and three days after a White House meeting at which CIA officials rejected suggestions by Haldeman and Ehrlichman that the CIA might have been involved in Watergate, the sources said. According to the sources, De»n said he called Walters that day, but Walters rebuffed the suggestion lie might provide some "assistance." When Dean l-eporled this June 27, Ehrlich- nian told him to pressure Walters. Walters, an Army lieutenant I general, had been ciw" Nixon while lie was vicej president and had served as an tiide and translatcr for Nixon, j According to Hie NBC story,: Dean testified that Klirlichman tola him after checking with I Nixon that word should be passed to Hunt's lawyer that there would be clemency for him. Colson Reported as Go-Between The go-between with Hunt, Dean reportedly testified, was former White House special counsel Charles W. Colson. According . to NBC, the summary also stated that "Hunt's asking for the money had come to the attention of the President." It said the summary did not elaborate. NBC said the summary also showed Dean testified: -That Nixon told While House congressional liaison official William E, Timnions last September lo stall a Watergate investigation by Hep, Wright PatniHii, D-Tcx., chairman of the House Banking Committee. —That Nixon requested that Internal Revenue Service audits involving certain unidentified friends of the President be dropped. -That Nixon said FBI Director J, Edgar Hoover told him Nixon's campaign was bugged in 1938 and that Nixon remarked to aides, "sometime in the future they would have to use it to their advantage," There was no elaboration of that remark, NBC's nceount of the Dean summary also described u Feb, 10 meeting in La Coista, Cfllif., attended by Dean, llnldomjan, Ehrliclrmaii and White House aide Richard Mowe. Dean said they discussed the formation of Uio Senate's Watergate investigating committee and how the selection of folic convmittoe's minority counsel could bo influenced. Contact Baker According to the account, Ehrlichitnan asked White House aide Waily Johnson to contact Sen. Howard II. Baker Jr., Ii- Temn. Baker eaid he did not want any White House influence in the selection of the committee's Republican counsel: A spokesman for Baker verified this account for UPI. Dean said, tujeonding to the summary, that llukur, vice •chairman of itbe committee, met with Piiu'sidont Nixon Feb. 21 and that (he White House got (lie impression Baker would i.ssist the White House. Baker's •orsion is that illhe mooting was Feb. U and dealt with the question of executive privilege for committee witnesses. According to NBC, Dean said Baker's office several times asked the White House for guidance as ito its position in the hearings. Baker said h knew of only one contact—when a staff member asked for White House organizational charts. Prices Gain Some Today On Exchange NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks continued a backing and filling pattern begun on Tuesday, and gained some ground today in slow trading on the New York Stock Exchange. sMinues before noon, the Dow Joflea industrial average had risen 0.30 to 8SL85. Advances were broadly ahead of declines, 687 to 398, among 1,453 issues crossing the tape. Volume totaled about 5,300,000 shares through noon, compared with 6,200,000 shares the same time Tuesday. Sony led the actives, falling % to 42 on 110,700 shares, including a 100,000-sharc block at 4 ]'/2, Leasco preferred "C", when issued, was second, slipping % to 20'/* on 58,900 shares, and Fuqua Industries was third, off % at 9% on 52,400 shares. Several oil Issues weakened Standard Oil of California dropped VA, Superior 1, and Atlantic Richfield Vi. Among glamor issues, Curtiss-Wright added VA, Avon Products 1, ARA Services %, while Upjohn dipped 1. Honeywell gained %, Motoro la %, and IBM %. Ford declined 7 /s, Chrysler V*. Steels posted fractional gains, after losing heavily in the previous two sessions. Chemicals and airlines moved irregularly, and rails were virtually unchanged. Prices on the American Stock Exchange edged higher in sluggish trading. j Market Reports Today GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market mi»y elthftr go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid, No. 2 Corn (old) $2.30 New Corn ... $1.86 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$10.80 New $6.05 Mercantile Exefiangt CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 48.00 47.00 47.25 48.00 Aug 47.15 46.82 47.00 47.10 Oct 48.97 46.72 46.92 46.95 Dec 47.02 46.72 46.90 46,90 Feb 46.97 46.80 46.90 47.05 Apr 46.65 46.30 46.52 46.60 Juh 48.55 46.35 46.40 46.60 Live Hogs Jun 40.50 40.20 40.50 40.90 JJy , 41.45 41.15 41.30 41.45 Aug 40.47 40.15 40.35 40.52 Oct 40.10 39.75 40.00 40.07 Dec 41.12 40.65'. 41.00 40.85 Feb 41.70 41.15 41.55 41.40 Apr 39.92 39.20 39.92 39.40 Jun 41.00 39.90 41.00 39.90 Jly 41.10 30.70 41.10 39.60 Aug 40.45 39.90 40.45 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 57.65 57.25 57.55 57.80 Aug 57.50 56.85 57.45 57.40 Feb 59.87 58.65 59.87 58.90 Mar 59.30 58.15 59.30 58.55 May 58.45 57.80 58.45 57.85 Bids Rejected SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The Illinois Department of Aero"This ultimate decision by na utics announced Tuesday it Congress is critical," Cole said, das rejected all bids received "It not only affects the f or wor k on three Illinois air- automobile industry because of ports. Department Director Guy lead time and required tech- Wood said all bids received for nology, but also the public Civic Memorial Airport in East because of the increased Alton, Mount Vernon - Outland additional costs and subsequent Airport and Greater Peoria Air operating costs." lort were too high. In Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - terior hogs: 14,000; extremely uneven 25-50 lower;- No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.50, few sorted No 1 38.75; No 1-3 200-235 lb mostly 38.00-38.25, few 37.75; -No 1-3 230-250 lb 37.25-38.00; No 2-3 250-270 lb 36.50-37.50. CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,000. Butcher Trend: steady. No. 1-2: 200-225 $39.50-$40.00 No. 2-4: 190-240 $39.00-$39.50 240-270 $37.75-$39.00 280-300 $36.50-$37.50 Sow Trend: steady to 25c lower. 300-500 $33.75-$35.50 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks mixed in light trading. Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in quiet tradinig. American stocks mixed in light trading. Cotton futures mixed. Chicago grain futures mixed. Cattle 25, instances 50, lower; top 48.25. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and soybeans were substantially lower and corn irregularly lower at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jly 2.76 off 7 Sep 2.75Vi off 7% Dec 2.73y 2 off 7% Corn Jly 2.31 off VA Sep 2.17 off 4 Dec 2.02% off 5% Soybeans Jly 11.00 off 38 Aug 10.35 off 30 Sep 8.19 off 40 Nov 6.36 off 16 y 2 The Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through June 15: Withdrawals $267,907,919,803.05 Deposits . 235,738,156,008.09 Cash balance 4,628,694,155.30 Public debt 456,079,924,617.36 Hot, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) highest temperature reported to the National Weather Service Tuesday excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 108 degrees at Palm Springs, Calif. Today's low was 30 degrees at Evanston, Wyo. READ THE WANT ADS! Riot Started Over' Dessert CARSON CITY, Nev. (UPI) — A dot among prisoners ait Nevada State Prison broke out because one inmate became irked when another received a target* scoop of ice orcam, the warden reported Tuesday. Five inmates were injured and $1,000 in damage occurred during tftc dm'mirbance. Warden Edwin Pogun said (he incident began wheu a black inmate received a bigger scoop of ice cream titan tho white prisoner behind him in the food line. Sealtest NOVELTIES 3 PK 3 ,*P Sealrest COTTAGE CHEESE 1 Lb On 3 9c Open Till Midnight EVERY DAY JUNE 20-24 3" GERANIUMS 30c TRAY PACK PETUNIAS 25c B &niKIKSQKfSWXBBBES IDEAL REJOYCE PEAR HALVES MO. TINY PEAS #303 - 4/ $ r REJ0YCE TEA PARTY PICKELS c». JUG BAR-B-Q SAUCE Chunk Lite (Vi's) Learn to play a musical instrument. 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