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4.4 --August3,1975 Sunday 6*uetfe*Moil Cr*'*i?x. i'**i' ^ ."j-n'* Miss Little Reminds Self of Situation Daily RALEIGH. N C. tAP.-Jf an Little, accused in "lie slaying oi a uiler she says tried to rape her. says sh'.- has to remind herself she has to face 'he judge every morning and may be executed. "At the beginning of this trial. 1 thouht maybe 1 could just get sick." she said in an interview in a restaurant. "But it's not like a job when vou can call in sick and it wun't matter. 1 have to face that judge every morning. 1 can't be like Alice in Wonderland." she said in a news conference earlier in the week several days before the restaurant interview with The Associated Press. "I'm going to have to continue to say to myself that this is real because the prose- ration is going to try to get a conviction and put me in the gas chamber." said the 21-year-old black woman, who is on trial charged with murdering the white jailer * * * MISS LITTLE, born and raised in a small North Carolina town, has become a cause for civl rights and women's rights advocates. Cameras and microphones are thrust at her daily as she enters and leaves the courthouse and journalists from across th nation and Europe ask for interviews In her public role. Miss Little is subdued. She echoes the words of her attorneys and characteriv.es her case unemo- t i o n a l l y in terms of r a c i s t and sexist oppression. Relaxing with friends Miss Little is far more outgoing. Eating pizza and drinking beer in a r e s t a u r a n t last week, she laughed and talked animatedly, singing along with tunes on a juke box She said she doesn't get to go out much and spends most of her time resting in her hotel, where the defense team has rented an entire floor. Citing security, her attorneys limit her movements and send a bodyguard with her wherever she goes. According to defense attorney Jerry Paul. "She goes out with friends who can protect her." * Â· * THE SLAYING of the jailer in her hometown of Washington. N. ('..last Aug. Whites Will Be Airlifted Out of Angola in 3 Months Suit Filed Against DMC Joan Little Reminds Self fhv A / Eight debenture holders h;ive tiled a Sti li million class action Kuit against Diversified Mountaineer Corp. and its chain ol West Virginia loan companies The eight charge that DMC fraudulently sold debenture bonds through use of the mails and interstate commerce. Filing the action Friday in U.S. District Court here were Harold Haynes. Fred \Vellman. Cletus E. Kyle. W. R Butcher. Dorothy McCalley. Freda Clash. Margaret Bennett and Homer Wiseman. The defendants include Carl Duttine. DMC trustee, and Diversified Savings and Loan Co. of Moundsville. Logan. Huntington. Elkins. Chester. Bluefield and Kanawha Citv. 27 led to the quiet young woman's lame She was confined in the Beaufort Couniy jail awaiting an appeal of a breaking and entering conviction when jailer Clarence Alligood. 62. was found stabbed to death in her cell. Miss Little said she stabbed him with his own icepick to stop a sexual attack. The trail was moved to Raleigh because the defense claimed she could not get a fair trial in eastern North Carolina. Miss Little says she svas very gentle until she was sent to prison and it is a gentle, feminine image she is portraying in court. She wears soft, silky pastel dresses and blouses and discreet gold jewelry. Her afro was straightened and her hair cut short after the first week of jury selection and she now has a young, conservative appearance. L U A N D A . Angola Â» A P ' - Between 250.000 and 300.000 whites, apparently fearing chaos when battle-torn Angola becomes independent this fall, will be airlitt- fd out of the West African Portuguese colony over the next three months, oilicials said Saturday. I.t. Col. Antonio Concalves Ribeiro. chairman of the Committee to Aid and Transport Refugees, told a news conference that six to seven flights a day taking up to 90.000 people a m o n t h are being planned. Ribeiro said about 100.000 whites had already left out of a total population of half a million whites. He said about 120.000 others had booked the only seats available and it was reali/ed that the space was insufficient. Now special charter planes will be brought'in to cope with the rush "We tried to do our best but the maximum that we had been able to do was not enough" Ribeiro said. t * Â» AS HE SPOKE, Luanda Radio reported that bodies lying uncollected in the streets of battle-torn Malange. 250 miles east of Luanda.- were causing a serious threat oi a disease epidemic. It added that most of the population of Mulange and rjearby Duque do Braganca had been evavuaied to the south alter iK'ive f!Â°!iiinji wt\swi Â°wo ri va ' African nationalist group- - th*- Soviet-backed Popular Movement -.MPLAi and the non- Marxist National Front KNLA.= Malange. in the center ui the cotU-e- growiry region, is reportedly in the hands of the FNLA. which has forces marching toward the capital of Luanda, ir.us! "i which is controlled by the MPLA M e a n w h i l e , a Portuguese a d m i r a l thought to favor the MPLA arrived trom Lisbon amid rumors that he will replace the Portuguese high commissioner Gen. Silva Cardoso, who is popular with the F N L A and UN1TA. a moderate t h i r d group. Portugal plans to grant independence to Angola on Nov. 11. and each ol the groups is seeking more power as that day approaches. Â· There were charges by tlie FNLA that two ships had anchored in Luanda harbor with weapons and ammunition destined for MPLA forces. The communique said steps would be taken to prevent the shipment from being unloaded and delivered to the "street Soviets." a reference to the MPLA civilian militias. * + * THOUGH THE MPLA controls most ol Luanda, the FNLA holds the Hith century Sao Pedro da Barra fortress commanding the harbor entrance. It is not known i; there are weapons in the fort with enough range to hit ships in the inner areas ot the harbor. s Adm Rosa Coutinho. a member ot Lisbon's Revolutionary Council and a former interim high commissioner for Angola, Â·net with local officials after his arrival Friday, but no statements were released However. 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