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New Portuguese Premier May Be Military Man LISBON, Portugal (AP) -President Antonio de Spinola is considering naming a military man as Portugal's next premier, a highly informed source reported today, Spinola was expected to make .the appointment to replace Adelino da Raima Carlos cither today or Friday, the informant said. Spinola, a general, is caught in the midst of a political crisis . that threatens to shatter the coalition he put together after corning to power following a military revolt April 2S. He IF expected to seek a civilian cabinet, the source said. B u t : the informant,' who has close ties to Palma Carlos, said it w a s - n o t clear if the three parties of the present govern ment would accept a military premier. The parties are the Communists', Socialists and centrist Popular Democrats. MODERATES RESIGN Palma Carlos resigned Tues day with lour other moderate in the cabinet and complainec that his post did not have enough authority. President An tonio de.SpinoJa, the front mai for the military revolution asked him to return. In . a. Â· broadcast intervie\ Wednesday night, the 69-year old premier laid down thre conditions: A national presiden tial election; to legitimize th military-controlled governmen the immediate drafting of provisional, constitution an more authority for the premiei including the right to name th cabinet. The military majority on th State Council, the holders of u timate authority in ttie regime already have rejected a propos al by Spinola for a presidentia election this fall to solidify h position. The premier's othe two demands also seemed ce American And Soviet Citizens Conduct Shirtsleeve Talks NEW YORK (AP) -- Less an a week after the pageant- y of President' Nixon's state isit to Moscow, a team of pri- ate Americans are in the So- ict capital for a week of shirt- leevcs talks on U.S.-Soviet re- ations. The Americans -- a businessman, two college teachers and journalist --Â· are ready to ive the Russians their person- 1 "cold-blooded analysis" of ensitive issues that official J.S. negotiators may hesitate o discuss openly. They also vill Â·collect Soviet viewpoints to ake.back home. Their meetings, opening lo- ay and sponsored by the two countries' United Nations Asso- "iations, will continue a series if encounters dating from 19GI and aimed at maintaining dia- ogue at an informal level be ween the two great powers. "The Soviets have, come to ook at the meetings as an in put of ideas from the United States," said James Leonard, a vice president of the United Na tions Association of the U.S.A and coordinator of the Amcri can panel. As an informal nego tialing channel between the twc countries, he said, "it lets people put up trial balloon; with some freedom." BOTH HAVE CONTACTS Both the U.S. and Soviet pan els have contacts with their re spective governments, and anj important developments in th talks are likely to find Â· thei way to the Kremlin or U.S State Department. Members of the Americai team this time are Marsha Shulman, a professor in th Russian Institute at Columbi University; Rohert Kleiman, tain to angev the young officei of the Armed Forces Movi ment. icmber of the editorial board i the New York Times; Mi iiael Blumcnthal, president of cndix Corp.; and Ruth Roosa, rolessor of Russian studies al riarclitf College. Panels organized under the nitod Nations Associations in 972 concentrated on environ nenlal problems and .handec ic fruits, of their discussion to icir respective governments [alf of the dozen enviromnen al agreements signed during Nixon's trip to Moscow later hat year were based on the ianels' work, Leonard said. This year, the panels wil oncentrate on detente, and llii mrriers blocking further prog ess toward it. Leonard saic he effect of Watergate and So iet emigration policies on de ente are likely to' be high or he agenda, either formally o n private conversations outsid he official team, meetings.. Leonard expected Soviet 'errt'ii .ration policies to come uncle discussion in connection wit U.S.-Soviet trade. Many U.S congressmen .want bars.on em iration lifted before -Russi 'ets most-favored-nation trai ng status.whith America. The Russian panels are o ganized by the Soviet U.K.; As sociation,' nominally a non-go 1 crnmental Organization. Leoi ard said the Soviet panel men b e r s a r e "establishmen people" who "know their view won't get them sent to S beria," but nonetheless ai more open and at ease tha their counterparts al officia government negotiations. Benefit Auction . The West Fork Order of Eas em Star will hold a benefit Â«ui lion beginning at 10 a.m. Satu day in front of the West Fo: Post Office. Missing iiiris Are Found In Yellowstone YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL AUK, Wyo. (AI?) -- Two 21- ear-old girls, missing for tour \ys in Yellowstone National ark after losing their way liile hiking, were found alive nd well Tuesday after a heli- opter pilot spotted their SOS iessage scratched out. on the Â·ound. Rebecca Russell of Memphis, enn., and Cristcn Smith of hreveporl! La., camped for ourl days aloirg the Yellowstone "liver near the park's rugged It. Washburn before being potted by the pilot. The./pilot : said 'he was ''flying long the course of the river 'hen he saw the message and ic two girls waving from a mall clearing. Park rangers credited the girls with being very wise and Â·laying in one spot until help .rrived. One ranger said they lad followed a drainage canyon lown to. the river hoping to fol- ow the river out but that is not possible because of the rugged course of the Yellowstone. .The ranger said the 'girls b u i l t ' a small leanlo, had an apple and a sandwich each aiid stretched that as far as possible. The helicopters were unable o land in the clearing but set down a short distance ' away and directed rangers by radio .0 the scene. The. search involved about. 30 rangers, two iclicopters, bloodhounds and a special; Army plane equippe'd with infrared photographic equipment. Rescuers said the girls had been rationing t h e i r . f o o d , eating a little of the apple and a piece of the sandwich each of t h e - f o u r days. They said the girls also had a small camping booklet and were able to identify one or two root-type plants to eat. The two are employes of a store in the park near the Old Faithful geyser. They left Fri day on a hike up 10,500-foot Mt. Casualty Actress Patricia Barry played the rule nl Aildie, a troubled middled ged widow who was hit by a truck and died. on NBC's soap opera '-'Days of Our Lives." She was originally scheduled to die of leukemia last Christmas. (AP Wirephojo) Washburn. and were not missed until they failed to show up for work Saturday morning. France Gives PARIS (AP) -- President Valery Giscarcl d'Estaing says France has given the United States a "sound and light" show for the Ml. Vernon home of George Washington to commemorate the U.S. bicentennial in 197G. The "sound and light" show orltiWDSt Arkansas lllvitb, lliurs., July 11, 1V/4 AYETTEVIULE. A R K A N S A S Irish Catholic Girls Kidnaped BELFAST, Norlhcrn Ireland \P) -- Four h u n d r e d angry oman Catholics shaved the eads-of two 15-ycar-ald Ciitho- c ^irls, tied them -to railings id: lumg'. placards on them eaditiK "Self-Confessed Tout" informer). "They were crying and cov- rcd in spittle." said a British riiiy spokesman after a palrol cscued the girls in the Lowers ''alls-area- of Belfast Wednesday. '"They were obviously ter- Â·ifiecl out of their minds." The army said the g i r l s re- ported a group of masked men, ddniiped them and held them captive for three days.. The Provisional wing: of the Irish Republican A r m y announced that it had kidnaped the' girls. It said they adfniUed collecting money from -the army for information which re- ilted in the arrest of 15 persons. The army said it had no knowledge that the two girls had been informers. Compressor Stolen Bob Tiplon o f ' I f w y . l(i west. Fayclleville, reported the theft of an air compressor to Wash- ngton County Deputy Sheriffs VVcdii.esday. Tiptou said the air compressor was taken from his garage which was unlocked. procedure was developed i France to add luster to its his .oric monuments. A prc grammcd pattern o[ floodligh illuminates selected features of a building with dramatized commentary and sound effects" played over a loudspeaker. G i s c a r d d'Estaing said Wednesday the gift was made in memory of Franco-American friendship horn in battle on land and sea in the War of Independence. These Persons . . . Coy Bnrtlptt- can be your life insurance agent, your health insurance agent, your car Â·in- surance agent, your property insurance agent. . 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