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. t NorthweU Arkonsai TIMES, Tuos., Oct. 1, 1974 FAYETTEVILLt, ARKANSAS Walnut Ridge Group Wants Courthouse Open On Saturdays · ^ WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. (AP) "· -- Tri-Rivers Action Group has 'petitioned Lawrence County .^Judge Cleo Moody to keep the · county courthouse open through '·business hour all week and at . least halt a day on Saturdays. Doctor Says Nixon Can't Travel Soon ··· LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- ·-Richard M. Nixon's doctor says - . t h e former president might be '·able to leave the hospita' · .'early as Thursday tout will no '. be able to travel any great dis ., tance. -· That apparently rules out ai - Dearly appearance by Nixoti as a witness in the Watergate cover . up trial which starts in Wash inglon today. He has been sub poenaed to testify by both the .prosecution and defense. The defendants in the trial in elude three of his closest Whit House advisers. Dr. John C. Lungrcn toll newsmen Monday the phlebiti in Nixon's left leg is improvin and that Nixon has progresse very well during "the longes .slay of his life in a hospital. The former president was ac mitted to Memorial Hospita Medical Center on Sept. 23. Lungren said Nixon could b released from the hospital b Thursday, but stressed tlia Nixon, 61, was suffering Iron fatigue and would not immi diately be able to make a Ion trip. He said how soon Nixo would be able to answer tr Watergate cover-up trial sub poenas would depend on ho --well he responds to his coi valescent treatment. But r said it would be "at least month, maybe three montl The former president, smilir and dressed in a robe, greete and joked with fellow patien Monday as he was ushered an orderly down a hospital co ridor enroute to further tests. Lungren said that after Nixo leaves the hospital he will co tinue to receive anti-coagula treatments at his home in Sa Clemente. Lungren said Nixon phlebitis could flare up aga but that as far as he is co cerned his patient is "over th hump." Asked about his long-rang Tri-Rivers, an affiliate of Ar nsas Community Organ- ations for Reform Now, also ·ints a jailer assigned around e clock at the county jail. The courthouse currently is osed on Saturdays and Thursay afternoons. All offices also e closed from noon to 1 p.m. r lunch. Jim Tinker of Black Rock, a ri-Rivers representative, read statement. 16 Moody. The ctition contained 200 signa- ures. It asks that lunch hours e staggered so that offices can cmain open continuously dur- ig the day. As Tinker read from the latement, asking that a full- me jail attendant be named to protect those individuals in- arcerated in the jail," Moody aid. "There are jailers here 11 the time -- at least we are aying them to be here." Sheriff Victor Hanshaw said, owever, there is hot a full- ime jailer; Hanshaw said he lad consulted the attorney gen- ral's office to see if Lawrence County was violating state or ederal laws for not having a ull-lime jailer. Hanshaw said Atty. Gen. Jim uy Tucker had informed him hat no law was being violated ut if a prisoner should die or be injured when no jailer was resent, the sheriff might be leld liable. Hanshaw said Ihe sheriff's department budget provides unds for a-sheriff, two deputies and a -man who works at nighf on jail duty. Hanshaw's office said the jai ler .arrives on duty at 7 p.m iul no official is in the jai after it closes about 4 or 5 p.m intil the jailer arrives. Also .he jailer leaves about 3 to a.m., and no one is in attend ance until about 8 or 9 a.m. Tlanshaw said. Hanshaw said that on Sun days, he is the only person a the jail and he serves the pris oners their meals. Prosecutors Function Said One Oi Community Service Preston Trimble ot Norman, Okla., president of the National District Attorney's Association, spoke before a gathering of Arkansas prosecuting attorneys, deputy prosecutors and judges proper charge against a suspect," he added. Trimble defined the role of the prosecuting attorney as a seeker of justice and not a pub- Obituary anininiiifflniniiiiiiiniiiiiiinuitniiniiiiiiiiiDiH^ BOBBY CLIFTON Bobby Ellis Clifton, 41, of at a noon luncheon Monday at'He morality purilanist. He said the Holiday Inn. that there seems to be a lack Trimble told the group of 25 of pride concerning prosecuting legal officials that the chief i as a career in America. He function of the prosecuting said, in rebuttal to that general Fort Smith, died Saturday during the University of Arkmi- sns football game at Faycttc- villc. Born Sept. 11, 1933, at Mayficld, Ky.. the son of A.E. and Robbie Cannon Clifton, he was a Baptist and a mason. Military Says Fewer Deserters Returning Home CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind (AP) -- Military spokesman re vised their estimates Monda of the number of deserters ei pected to turn themselves in 1 the clemency center here, say .. _ ing between 50 and 75 me prognosis, Lungren said, I were to arrive daily this week don't think over the long haul 1 Army officials at this forme .there'll he much of a restriction world War II and Korean Wa on his activities. I think'he may j training camp earlier had sai ;end tip with a post-phlebitic they were preparing to receh syndrome in that one leg whictl-, - · ~ ---' he'll have to watch carefully and which always will be a source of recurrence." : While saying Nixon was physically tired, he stressed that Nixon was "mentally sharp." Business Open Check Stations Washington County Fish and amnesty plan. "Wildlife Officer John Abshier The letters abbutVloO.per day. '.'This week will tell us a 1 about the scale of our ope ations from now on," said Ma John T. Kallunki, camp into motion officer. Kallunki said letlers ha been sent to more than 2,2 deserters who have called clemency information points to see if they were qualified for President Ford's conditional attorney is one of public service to the community and the state, attorney valuable "The prosecuting occupies the most position in the role of criminal processing. He can change feeling, that the prosecutor is a protector of the public welfare, a changer ot laws and a guardian, of the criminal process. Trimble concluded his talk News Briefs Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Carol Groves Clifton, ot the homo and three sons. Robert J., of California, Alan S. and Michael B. both of Ihe home, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clifton of Fulton, Funeral service will be in Fulton, Ky., under direction ot Hornbeak Funeral Home. Local arrangements were under t h e direction of Moore's Chapel. THOMAS L. THOMAS .. .dinner dub speaker Dinner Club To Hear Singer Thomas L. Thomas, baritone, ill be guest artist for the pening program of tire Metro- olitan Dinner Club of North Jaws, lone down Gestapo police I with a reference to the fulure and eliminate incompetent I evolution of the prosecuting judges," Trimble said. role. He said that the prosccut- He pointed to "a change in ing attorney in the future will the role of the prosecuting! face an_ even more expande^d altorney as a result change in criminal just! Trimble said that, prior *«.. 19C6, the police were responsi- Trimble, who lias served as est Arkansas. The program. which opens result of the responsibility in his job as pub- al justice. i'ic investigator and judicial to'processor. ble in most states for processing the criminal. The criminal was arrested and questioned on the spot by police. Investigation of a crime was not then attorney of the 21st District of Okla. since 1967, is chairman of the Bar-Media Relations Commission of the Oklahoma Bar Association and chairman viewed as a responsibility o f i o f the Board of Directors of the prosecuting attorney's of-1 the National Center for Prose- fice, Trimble said. cution Management. le 1974-75 season, is scheduled clober 7 at the Fayetteville ioliday Inn. Members will be entertaincc y the singer who has been fea- ured with the New York Phila r m o n i c Orchestra, t h e National Broadcasting System, e Voice of Firestone, and the almolive Hous, as well as many symphony orchestras .cross the country. A : resident of Phoenix, Ariz.. Thomas was born in Wales and ame to this country with his amily at an early age. His program will offer non- :lassical music and an enter- aining discussion of his career n the musical world. The meeting is open only to members and their guests. "Police officers today are, in; The Arkansas Commission on general, better trained, and this I Crime and Law Enforcement aids the prosecutor in filing the I sponsored his visit to the state. Wins Wager SEATTLE (AP) -- John Hogness, president of the University of Washington, wagered $20 million last May that lie could shed 20 pounds by the start of fall quarter classes. Hogness is now as trim as his word. He weighs in 21 pounds lighter, at 224 pounds for his 6- foot-4 frame. The UW president told stti- d e n t s attending his inauguration last spring he would lose the weight or cancel tuition - estimated at $20 million. He may have started a campus trend. "I'm going to do what John Hogness did -- lose 10 pounds or give you all A's,"- said one professor as he dismissed his class Monday. MISS MELVA KARNES Miss Melva Karnes, 74, ot Springdale, died today in a Fayelteville hospital. Born May 4, 1900, West Fork, the NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prlcti Furnished by A. G. Edwardt Son Conservative Purge Seen In Wake Of Spinola's Resignation daughter of James M. and Eva Robinson Karnes, she was a member of the Christian Church and a retired school teacher. Survivors include a sister, Miss Grace Karnes, of Springdale and two brothers, Clint of Kerrville, Tex., and Kenneth L. of Little Rock. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Watson Mortuary, with burial in Karnes Cemetery. SYLVAN F. STARRS Springdale -- Sylvan F. Democrats Set Planning Meet Members ol Hie Washington County Democratic Central Committee will hold a meeting at 7 p m. Oct. 10 to present a "positive plan of action" tor , h e upcoming November General Election, according to Don L. McGnire, committee chairman. The meeting is to be held at Ozarks Electric on Kwy. 16 west. McGnire said the -meeting is being called because "we cannot- afford the luxury of assuming that because we are Democrats we can win without work." Conservative Purge 2-24 ! LISBON, Portugal (AP) -- A few cabinet shifts are expected to complete the purge of conservatives from the top echelon of the Portuguese government in the wake of the forced resignation of- President Antonio de Spinola. Premier Vasco Goncalues, the leader of the younger officers who overthrew the remnants of the Salazar dictatorship in April, was expected to name new defense, interior, and information ministers. It seemed certain they would and adherents of Ark Best Corp 6Vi Amer Tel Tel 41% Ark La Gas 1714 Baldwin ei' s Campbell Soup 23 3 ,i Central S W 10% Chrysler 12 Del Monte IS'/a Diilards 10 Easco 8 ] /2 A G Edwards Hi Emerson 23% Exxon 58'/t Ford 36% Frontier Air 4W Gen Growth : 12 Gen Mtrs 35% Gordon Jewelry 5'/2 Intl Harv ., 19% I-T-E Imperial ll'A J C Penney 42 Levi Strauss Ling be leftists Goncalves. Spinola was installed by the liberal and leftist army, rebels of the Armed Forces Movement as their front man, but the Strauss (Ap) _ South Temco 8 _ _ / _ _ , ,_ , _ _ _ _ Marcor Pan Am World Air Phillips Petro Pizza Hut Ralston Safeway Sambo's 15% We, 34 South Africa To Retain U.N.Seat UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Africa is expected to hang on to its seat in the United Nations the .. 31' 30'/e 10'/4 1C ,,...,,... ..,, , ,, . . contained dates ,,*; announced t h a t Deer for them to report to the proc- and Turkey Check Stations for essmg center here, he added. Tthe- 1974-75 season have been ..Abnut 65 deserters arrived ''established 8% season at several area; Monday, including a group of -businesses. about 40 from Ft. Hood, Tex., ·"Some of these are Standley who were under military con- ·Grocery at Brentwood, the Gulf "a.. _ . . Station on Highway 71 in West Kallunki. si'id by the end of ; Fork the,Freeway Service Sta- 'his week, the center should '|jon at the corner of Schod have received all deserters who treet and U.S. 71 in Fayecte- ille, and the Sonora Grocery n Highway 69, East of Spring- sle. Others are to be es- iblished in Prairie Grove and incoln. Today is opening da y for everal seasons, including both rcbery and gun season for urkey and archery only for leer. One turkey of either sex aer hunter is allowed regardless if method ol kill. During the rrchery season, two deer of sillier sex may be taken, except that during the time when both gun and bow season are open, only bucks are allowed by either method. Tags must be placed on deer and turkey immediately and the animal must be taken directly to a check station. Although hunter orange is not required by law in Arkansas, many hunters are planning to wear a vest or bat in the flouresccnt color to help avoid accidents in flip woods. 3iortijtotjjt SSrlumiSas tNmtg Founded r3$0 215 N. TM AM. FayclleiUle, JlrK. 72101 Publishes daily irA Sunday excctf January 1, July «, Tnar.kszivlnj and Christmas. Paid at VayeUeville. Aric. MEJIBER ASSOCIATED FKESS The Associated Press Ij entitled «. cluslvely to the use for rrpubllca- tion or all local news prints in lh!i newspaper as we:l aj a u Ap new , dispatches. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Effective October 1. 1313 Come Deliver; ..Per month by carrier . [3,35 DJntfa copy dally 10c, Sunday 25c U.S. Mall In Washington, Beaton, Madison Cooa- lies, Ark., Adalr Co.. Okra.: 1 w f A^ Srt (v) outside abovB cooflt'es: * raonllu _, | 9. SO S mrtnth* ,, . . Iftftf) vi, MAir. stniscRrFnoiiS , PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ties and decided to take the amnesty program rather than face military courts. Undesirable discharges have jeen given 592 persons to date. if they complete specified al- :ernative service, they can obtain clemency discharges instead. The military board at Ft. Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis which sets the alternative service has given two persons a period between one and five months alternative ervice. Fifty-two were given between ix and 12 months, 48 between 3 and 18 months and .487 be- ween 19 and 24 months. Two 'ears of alternative service is he maximum. . . · - ' Policeman Escapes Injury In Mishap Patrolman David Preston of he Fayetteville Police Department escaped injury early Monday afternoon when his patrol car was struck by another car in the 300 block of West 15th Street. The other driver was also uninjured. 'William D. Drain, 63. ol loule 2, Elkins told police that he was traveling west on '15th Street in the inside lane. He said hr changed lanes and struck the patrol car driven by Preston, 31, of Route 6. Preston said he was in the outside iane when the Drain vehicle changed lanes ant struck the patrol car in the side. Drain was cited for improper ane usage. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES .carrier PHONE 44Z-6Z42 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Sears 51V. Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou Pac Texaco Trt State Mtrs Union Carbide 3D16 United Air 26 Victor 5% Wai Mart 14 Ark West Gas 10%-lBi Kearney Nail 4%-5V4 Minute Man 1%-2'A Pioneer Foods 4H-4% H K Porter 33'/4-34'/j Std Regis 1014-1114 Tyson Foods S'/e-S'lls Frt 18'/j-19 Averages nds down 9.07 Trans down .G!) Utils down .83 /olume 3,490,000 Commodity Openings help of an American or British 'veto in the Security Council. But this year's vote of 98-23 in the General Assembly to re ject the credentials of the South African delegation was the big gest yet against South Africa', white minority government ant its policy of apartheid, or racia separation. Every assembly since 197' Free Rides JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - has voted to reject the Sout African delegation's creden- ials, but each year the assembly president rules the vote has 10 effect because only the Se- urity Council can expel a na- ion. This year's president, Al- genaii Foreign Minister Abdelaziz Bouteflika, followed the precedent. But for the first time this ·ear, the rejection vote was fol- owect by a 125-1 demand that he Security Council review South Africa's U.N. credentials. The United States, Britain and ounger men held the real pow- r. After Spinola tried last icnth to bring the conservative upporters of the ousted dicta- irship out of political limbo to mild a power base for himself, he. leftists forced him out on donday. Gen. Francisco da Costa Gomes, the chief ot the armed orces and Spinola's closest as- ociate, was named to replace lim as president. He quickly reappointed Goncalves premier. Thousands of Communists )bured into the streets to cele- rate the naming of the new ircsident as Spinola retired to lis modest home a few blocks rom Lisbon's Avenue of Liberty. But there were no o t h e r demonstrations. The press and government radio and television broadcasts ;ave not a single word of raise to Spinola after his five months as president. Spinola's ouster roused specu ation of a white settlers' revolt n Angola, the only Portuguese African colony for which independence terms have not been settled. Negotiations there have been stalled because the three black liberation movements are feuding among themselves. Meanwhile, Spinola had assured the 400,000 whites in Angola that he would take personal charge of the negotiations, and they counted on him to get them a better whites got Guinea, now Guinea-Bissau, or Mozambique. Reports from Luanda, the capital of Angola, said the whites were fearful that the shift to the left in Lisbon would impel the liberation movements to paper over their differences, and that the new Lisbon government would speedily con : elude an independence pact handing over power to the 4.6 million blacks. Senior citizens soon will be able to ride Alaska's state ferries free during the winter, but the new policy will apply only within state boundaries. Gov. William A. Egan said Monday the Division of Marine Transportation plans to initiate a regulation Nov. 1 which waives fares for persons 65 years and older. The waiver does not apply to meals, staterooms or similar services offered aboard the ships, and it applies only when there is space available. The free travel will be annually from Nov. 1 through April. Regular ferry rates will apply during the tourist season, the governor said. Party Planned SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Expo '74 officials say they arc planning a big party for the five millionlh paid world's fair visitor. With about five weeks to go before its scheduled closing Nov. 3, officials say the world's fair has met its original projected attendance total of 4.85 million visitors. September's paid attendance averaged about 20,400 persons a day. Officials, say they need about 16,700 a day to break Slarks, 68, of Springdale died Monday in the local hospital. Born July 12, 1906 at Barry, 111., the son of Charles L. and Mary E. McKinncy Slarks, he was a retired oilfield pipeline worker and a member of the Church of the Nazarene. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florence Miner Starks of the home; two sons, Donald L. of Broken Bow, Okla. arid Norman L. of Evansville, Ind.; two daughters, Mrs. Larry Covell of Las Vegas, Ncv. and Mrs. J e r r y While of Springdale; two sisters, Mrs. George W e i r of Hull, 111. anil Miss Mildred Starks of Pomona, Calif, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Siscp Funeral Chapel with burial Friday in Independence, Kan. WILLIE D. BEAVER Prairie Grove -- Willie D. Beaver, 69, of Brownville, Tex. died Sunday at Brownville, He was born March 5, 1905 at Prairie Grove, (he son of Richard Thomas and Lucy Ellen McWhorter Beaver. He is survived by two brothers, Richard of Erairie Grove and Charlie of Brownville and three sisters, Mrs. Hugh Harrcd of Brownville, Mrs. Orval Asher of Prairie Grove and Mrs. Clifford Pense of Fredericktown, Mo. Farmington Girl Exhibits Champion LITTLE ROCK -- Betty R. Walker of Route 1 Farmington exhibited the champion and reserve champion Columbia ewes at the Livestock Exposition in Little Rock. The area exhibitor was the only one showing in this breed of sheep in the open division. Barbara Walker, also of Farmington took s e v e r a l awards in the Hampshire sheep show, including a second place with a ram lamb. Jewelry Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Jewelry was taken from the Melton Phillips' residence at 4001 Crox-' dale St., police said today. The titne of the break-in is n o t known, but no signs ot forced entry were found. Missing were a set, of while gold wedding bands, a diamond engagement ring and a rhine- slone necklace. deal than t h e in Portuguese Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with burial in the Farmington Cemetery. Terrorists (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) T o t a l paid attendance I E ° n f ° u s - Ambassador Robert through Sunday was 4.42 mil- Hurwitch, who reported, It is lion, officials said. obvious that she is still in good spirits and as courageous as she always has been." President Joaquin Balaguer J W Stock Trailer Repair Now Open for Business in Prairie Grave · Replace floors · Repair electric brakes · Also have some used stack trailers for sale Jerry Webb Wayne Villines Phone 846-3616 or 846-2598 Open 24 bours. lee corn 3.97'/ 2 ..... . 9.08 55.40 Jov soybeans Oct eggs ... Feb pork bellies aa.xi Dec wheat 4 37 Seeks Rate Hike LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The ^a'taca Telephone Co. is seek- ng a rate increase that would oring it an additional $22,620 in annual revenues from its current and projected Arkansas customers. The utility asked the state ,'ublic Service Commission for authority to increase its rates Monday. The utility serves Lavaca and adjacent rural areas in Sebas ;ian County. It also serves thf ;own of Panama and adjacen rural areas in LeFlore County Okla. A similar rate increase to :he firm's Oklahoma customer, been sought. Under current rates, Lavaci Telephone said its annual revenues were $63,930 from Arkansas subscribers. Under the proposed rates, revenues would rise to $96,550. Two Return From Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) -- Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Cas- Named To, Posts NORFOLK, Va. ( A P ) -- Two Arkansas natives have been assigned to top commands in the Navy. ' Vice Adm. Joe Williams Jr., a Magnolia native, assumed command of the Atlantic Fleet Submarine Farce at Norfolk. He had been relieved as commander of the Navy shipyard at nearby Potsmouth, Va., by Rear Adm. E. T. Westfall, a Camdcn native. The two admirals were classmates in 1940 at Magnolia AM College, now Southern State College. Williams will command an organization of 91 submarines and support ships and 25,000 officers and men. In October 1940, Williams left AM to enlist in the Navy. Weslfall completed school. In 1945, he 'was graduated from the United States Naval Academy. met with Hurwitch, the Venezuelan charge d'affaires and the Spanish ambassador on. Monday to discuss the situation. No details were given. The leader ol the terrorists, Rafael Mendez Vargas, sent a note out referring to "a wounded man" inside the consulate, and asking for medicine. One report said one of the guerrillas accidentally shot himself in the foot Friday. r rance were among countries tro has indicated he is inter u _ , _ u _ , _ , . ^ . , ested in improving relations be tween his country and the .hat abstained. This month's president of the Security Council is Cameroon, one of the black African nations pressing for the ouster of South Africa. The Cameroonian delegate is expected to call a council meeting soon to take up the assembly's request. But diplomats predicted weeks or months of analysis and debate before the matter reaches a vote -- and a veto. In Johannesburg, South African government officials declined official comment on the vote. Committee Named LITTLE ROCK (AP) - State Sen. Knox Nelson of Pine Bluff, chairman of the state Legislative Council, named a 20-member Citizens Advisory Committee on Public Employe-Em ployer Relations Monday. The committee Ls to assisl the council in a study of the feasibility of legislation eslab September (CONTINUED rHOM PAGE ONE) United States, according to two U.S. senators back from a three-day trip to Cuba. Sens. Jacob K. J a v i t s , R- N.Y., and Claiborne Pell, D- R.I., returned from Cuba on Monday a n d immediately jriefed members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. One member, Sen. Gale W. McGee, D-Wyo., said the senators revealed "no surprises" From their trip, but reported it had "opened up the possibility of (further) talks and loosened the situation." The senators met-with Castro for three hours Sunday night and took strong exception to an anti-American speech delivered by the prime minister Saturday. It had posed a potential embarrassment to the visitors, but Castro said it had been pre- Driver Injured Mrs. Roberta L. Morris, 21, ! isl TMf. statutory procedures to of 1737 Reap Drive was injured I be '-"-·"' «TM --"·- '·""- in a two-car collision in the 400 an(l block of West Dickson Street I P 10 ' at about 4 p.m. Monday. She!PTMTM nem , s , was treated and released at j 'Vashington Regional Medical " enter - Thompson of Marked "Tree, an of collective bargain be followed by public employes ·ers in cases of em grievances and other . , . ., , . The study and the advisory Motor Taken SPRINGDALF, An eight horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor was stolen from an ice machine Monday afternoon. The motor w a s detached using a socket set, police said. The ice machine, owned by B-M Ice Company on Ingraham Street, was in the company's parking The items on the AP checklist were: chopped chuck, center cut pork chops, frozen orange juice concentrate, coffee, paper towels, butter, Grade-A medium white eggs, creamy peanut butter, laundry detergent, fabric softener, tomato sauce, chocolate chip cookies, milk, all-beef frankfurters and granulated sugar. The cities checked were: Albuquerque, N.M., Atlanta, Ga., Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Providence, Salt Lake City and Seattle. M. William Fields CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER SPECTRUM FINANCIAL BE El VICE 3 Th» Finest In Lite Insurance Product* SKI HaEbcock office Building, 3tO North Blorlr St. Telephone: 521-5173 FayelleviUe, Ailunnt 77TO described the 'warm, frank and friendly," and said Cuba should be judged sy "its aelions and not its words." "We felt the Cuban government, Premier Castro particularly, were interested in working for belter relations with the United States -- that was our impression," Javits said. Neither senator would give a specific reason why Cuba is ready lo end the 13-year es Irangement between the two countries. Physician Dies BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) Dr. Leonard W. Larson, 76, for mer head of the American Medical Association and t h e American Cancer Society, .dice Monday. Larson, also a pas 1 chairman of the Council of the World Medical Association, be came president of AMA in 196! and was a leader in stressing the need for prepaid, closed panel health care plans. njurcd when a car unvuii U V I T ' ' ~ - ; -- ~. , . ~ ~ ~ - y ~ " m i Allen F. Jones, 35, of Route' ln « for public employes. T h e 0 struck the rear of her cari c °» nci1 has adopted his propos vhile she was stopped for a. a _!i liming vehicle. Both cars were ;aslbound on West Dickson Street. 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