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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland 2 charged in murder of Duffys Mont. star Patrick Duffy was in seclu- sion today with relatives and and stunned residents of this ranching community expressed out- rage at the shotgun slayings of his parents. Terrence and Marie Duffy were killed by shotgun blasts during an apparent robbery at their tavern Tuesday night. Two men were charged yesterday after telling the girlfriend of one about the authorities said. stunned. This town is so small that everybody knows everybody said Denise Suther- who works at the Boulder Moni- tor newspaper owned by her parents. can't believe they're dead. It hasn't sunk in yet like that just don't happen in said Bud an auto repair shop owner who had been at the Duffys' bar little more than an hour before they were killed. Patrick who plays Bobby Ewing on the CBS television and his Lt. Joanne Hunt of the Seattle Police ar- rived in this southwestern Montana town yesterday. The actor would have a statement said Bob a spokes- man for Lorimar-Telepictures in Los THE CAPITAL Thurs Nov. PATRICK DUFFY returns yester- day to Montana. the producers of The show shut down production briefly yesterday but resumed at Duffy's urging. Lorimar issued a statement in Los Angeles expressing sympathy for Duffy and his family. is overcome with it said. AP photo NEWSMAN FILMS bar where Duffys were killed. People IN THE NEWS try again Ky. Three- time heavyweight boxing cham- pion Muhammad All has mar- ried the girl next door. returned to his home- town yesterday to marry Lonnie his fourth bride. They were neighbors years ago on the city's Verona Way and plan to live at his farm in Benton Mich. I first met Muham- mad he was like a big brother. He didn't have any sisters and as I grew up he was my the new Mrs. Ali said after the ceremony. think when I was 17 is when I fell in love with him. think I understand him pretty well and I know he un- derstands me very well. I think it will be a very happy mar- riage. The little girl next door grows the LOS ANGELES When Jack Paar made his first appearance on the since he quit as host 24 years John- ny Carson been on vacation and wants his desk back host of the late-night television talk show from 1957 to fired back Tuesday night that he gave up the job because Carson the who took over the show in admitted Paar made him feel like a on your show But Paar respond- one will ever equal what you did on this Paar said he vacated the host's chair because putting to- gether a 45-mmute program five nights a week was too much of a strain. I had to I said Paar said Tuesday. NBC's late-night talk known under various began in 1954. It was called Jack Paar when Paar was the host and is now MUHAMMAD ALI marries 'girl next door' Tonight Show Starring Johnny America NY.- Activist author James Baldwin told an audience that America has until the end of the centu- to redefine itself or face Fire Next Time addressing the black role in American history m a speech Tuesday was re- ferring to his 1960s work in which he predicted that the country's next racial confronta- tion would come in the form of a holocaust One of the problems facing the country today is that white America never knew black he told more than people at the Performing Arts Center at the State Univer- sity of New York at Purchase. whites were surprised by what they saw on the top- rated Cosby which depicts middle-class black peo- ple on he said. may be a new image for the white but you-nev- er looked at us anyway. It's not a new image for he said also is known for Tell it on the of a Native and GM furloughs may shut down DETROIT General Motors Corp. furloughed workers in three states until further notice starting today and said it may have to shut down all operations because of a strike at a parts plant in Indiana. Talks to end the strike at the Delco Electronics plant in Kokomo were to resume today. The Delco workers have been on strike since Monday. Delco is a GM subsidiary that makes electronic parts such as heat sensors and onboard computer components. the strike not even too much we will be com- pletely shut GM Chairman Roger B Smith said Wednesday The lack of some Delco Electron- ics parts forced some GM assembly lines to shut down. The parts are shipped to auto assembly plants on a basis as they are so there was little or no inventory when the strike company officials said The dispute between Delco and United Auto Workers Local 292 re- volved around subcontracting of some jobs and transfer of radio production to which union officials said could cost the plant 900 jobs. GM ordered indefinite layoffs starting today for workers at its Buick-Oldsmobile-Cadilac plant in the Detroit enclave of Ham- at a pair of downtown Detroit Cadillac body and assembly at a B-O-C plant in and about at a Chevrolet Corvette plant in Bowling Ky. can't estimate how long the layoff will although we've heard from Detroit that negotiations be- tween the shop committee and local management at the Kokomo plant are fairly said Bill personnel director at the Kentucky plant. that's we'll be closed The talks were moved to Detroit yesterday so both sides could have easy access to information they might need. Pilots say FAA lax on medical exams WASHINGTON The Fed- eral Aviation Administration allowed scores of airline pilots to despite medical conditions that might pose safety according to pilot groups and airline medical experts The criticism about the agency's review of some pilots' medical fit- ness has centered on the FAA's federal air Dr. Frank Aus- tin who critics say has been lax in approving appeals from pilots who failed medical examinations. some cases we were getting much too conservative consider- ing medical appeal but the pendulum went way too far the other way It's al- most as if he doesn't think anyone should go complained Dr Gary corporate medical director at United Airlines. Leaders of the Air Line Pilots Association as well as medical ex- perts at various airlines have called for appointment of a new federal air surgeon and a congressional sub- committee has begun looking into the matter. a former Navy flight surgeon and test pilot appointed to the FAA post two years said yesterday when reached at his office that the criticism is unwarranted and taken out of context FAA Administrator Donald Engen strongly that Frank Austin has both the medical experience and the technical qualifications to make these said an FAA spokesman. 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