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   Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - October 23, 1982, Madison, Wisconsin                                leather fSunny through High Low upper on Page 20 30 4 Sections 3fe CflPTTHLTimES City Edition Wisconsin October TheWeekend MATC Trying to figure out what yon need in the way of further education Then stop by a Madison Area Technical College campus Sunday afternoon from 1 to Information on the hundreds of courses offered at the col lege will be The Madison site downtown on Carroll Street and the one on Commercial Ave nue will be open along with all of the surround ing satellite Music Some of the music in town thin weekend in cludes a concert by the Madison Symphony Or 1 chestra tonight at 8 at the Oscar Mayer Theater jazz artist Maynard Ferguson tonight at at the MATC auditorium on Car roll Street and cellist Wolfgang Laufer with pi anist Thomas linger per form at Sunday after noon in the Elvehjem Mu seum of Art on Old World Autumn on the Farms is the theme of events at Old World Wis consin from 9 to 4 food pre and soap and making will be demonstrated at the State Historical Society of Wis consins outdoor museum in the Kettle Moraine For est near Fall For a closer to home view of autumn here hi Dane County there are a couple events Sunday to take note There will be a tour of the UW Arbore tum from 2 to 4 Meet guides at the Win gra parking lot on McCaf frey for the more the Bom bay Bicycle dubs Sunday outing is a 60mile round trip trek to Blackhawk Ridge where a sauna will be waiting for Bikers will leave at 9 from the Tenney Park Where to find It Arts Births Classified ads Comics Dear Abby Death notices Editorial Page KidsPage Movietimes Religion Sports TV listings Weather table Weddings 10 20 2230 12 11 22 8 9 14 6 1518 13 20 11 Ill Phone Numbers Circulation 2526363 Want ads 2526321 Arab talks spur peace hopes By GREGORY NOKES The Associated Press WASHINGTON President Rea gan says his talks with Arab leaders were an important milestone to ward Middle East even though the two sides did not arrive at a com mon But Reagan told reporters after meeting with members of the Arab League Friday that he hopes ArabIs raeli peace negotiations can begin in the near All in it was an excellent he And a senior official said he thinks the Arabs realize there is a sense of urgency to beginning peace talks with Israel Moroccos King the head of the sixnation Arab League delega was noncommittal about negotiations with but he said the Arabs did look forward to talking again with following a meeting with Secretary of State George said the Arab leaders and offi cials had agreed to meet but he did not say A official said a future meeting hadnt been meeting is not going to be the only one of its Hassan We have decided to follow up the on the side of the Amer icans and the side of the But Hassan left unanswered the key question of whether the Arabs will let Jordan sit at the same table with Israel to negotiate on behalf of the million Palestinians in the Israelioccupied A official quoted the Arab lead How are we going to move it DAVID Capital Times Billy son of William and Teresa picked out die perfect pumpkin for his The only problem is the pumpkin weighed 123 The giant pumpkin was raised by Lea Hodgson on Valley View The crop off the giant vine yielded pounds of City wont ban Halloween Tricksters urged to be extra careful ByERINDOEGE Capital Times Staff Writer The regular festivities of Hallow een and trick or treating will not be changed in although par ents are warned to be extracautious this Mayor Joel Skornickas office said that although several cities around the country are banning or cancelling trick or Madison will con tinue to have Halloween as usual next Several cities and towns have an nounced cancellations because of the recent Tylenol poisonings and the worry of copycat Sue assistant to the admitted that the thought of cancelling trick or treating had crossed officials Were really concerned about the Springman the Police Department feels there is no way to really cancel She said people will continue the tradition whether or not there is a We will make no effort to cancel or delay said Chris expediter for the Madison Police In years past we have tried to move trick or treat ing times up to weve tried to change the all of these things have failed People just wont hear of she She warned Madison is not neces sarily safe from problems and that parents should be Every year we have reports of Sweeney We have always told parents that if they run across any treat that looks suspicious they should just dispose of it For the past few years schools have been trying to take the empha sis off trick or treating and pot the holiday celebration Into the school with parades and to insure childrens But this year it will be more diffi cult than ever because there is a teachers convention the Thursday and Friday before That means school parties will have to be held on four days before Sundays official There is no foolproof but police and school officials are is suing notices to parents and children warning them to be The Po lice Department is sending officers to some schools telling children to be careful of and warning them about accepting things from strang They also are handing out free trick or treat bags made with a re flective material for pedestrian safe Children have been warned and should be reminded by their parents not to eat any candy before they get The also should not eat any thing that does not come completely Treatgivers are being discouraged from handing out homemade treats because parents have been told to dispose of The Police Depart ment is urging parents to dispose of all unwrapped or tamperedwith Continued on Page 3 ers as telling Reagan that a meeting of the Palestine National a policymaking body for the Palestine Liberation will meet in four to six The Arabs hinted that they might vote an agreement for Jordan to represent the Palestin The official said the Arab leaders Continued on Page 3 Defection called big spy scoop By MICHAEL WEST The Associated Press LONDON A Soviet diplomat based in Iran has defected to the government British papers called him a top with one saying the defection was the Wests biggest spy scoop for more than 10 The Home Office announced the defection of 35yearold Vladimir Ku a viceconsul at the Soviet Embassy in Friday A spokesman said the defection was not being treated as a runof themill but he refused to elaborate and made no mention of Kuzichkin being involved in The Soviet diplomat arrived in Britain in the last few days and was granted permission to said the who declined to be identi He said this permission did not amount to political but refused to say what the distinction One of Russias top spymasters has fled from the KGB to trumpeted the Daily Calling the defection the Wests biggest spy scoop for more than 10 the tabloid quoted an uniden tified British intelligence officer as saying Kuzichkin was top of his class in the the Soviet intelli gence and internal security organiza His importance to the West is un derlined by the fact that American in telligence officers have come to Lon don to question him after he has been debriefed by British the paper The Daily Mail said Kuzichkin brought with him a vast dossier on the Soviet espionage network in Western Europe and the Near East code systems and He is now at a safe house in Sus sex south of London where he Is re vealing his secrets in long sessions with British the paper It said Kuzichkin had asked his wife to make the break with him but she stayed behind The respected London Times quoted sources in the Iranian capital as saying Kuzichkin disappeared from the Soviet Embassy there last June and his car later was found abandoned in a It was unclear where Kuzichkin had been since Kuzichkin had been listed only as an attache in without any further description of his exact The Times The Guardian said Kuzichkins job in Tehran was said to have been the maintenance of relations with Irans Tudeh Communist Party which has been driven underground by the fiercely antiCommunist regime of Continued on Page I Carol husband split LOS ANGELES AP Ac tress Carol who re cently said her daughters drug problems were driving a wedge into my has separated from her television producer Joe Hamil her publicist said No reason was given for the said publicist Rick They have just decided on a temporary or trial Ingersoll He said the deci sion was made on This is the second marriage for both and Miss Carol Burnett who were married in They have three daugh and Continued on Page 1 Can Tylenol survive crisis By JAMES LARDNER Washington Post News Service The People versus ExtraStrength Tylenol is a case without No mass until has seized on a popular product as his murder No product has ever disappeared so suddenly and dramat ically from so many millions of homes and But as public relations and market ing experts size up the Tylenol kill ings and manufacturer Johnson Johnsons they can draw on painful lessons of dozens of other companies and products over the last two have had to de fend themselves in trying or tragic the great cranberry scare of American businesses have endured a series of crises over the Chevrolet tuna Bon Vivant the Firestone the Ford the the Rely tampon and The future of Tylenol is a question the experts come down on both sides Some think it is doomed to go the way of the Corvair and the Bon Viv ant line of canned whose pro ducers tried and failed to persuade the public there was no longer any thing Headlines about instant said Stephen who teaches mar keting theory at Harvard Business have a far more profound ef fect on most people than any number of studies showing more probable but gradual such as the incidence of lung cancer among With ExtraStrength said its very easy for the snmer to Holy this could happen to me But others see Tylenols predica ment as closer to that of the DC10 after the 1979 Chicago air crash in which an engine mount broke and 278 people Although widebody air planes have been slow sellers erally over the last few the public seems to have accepted the Federal Aviation Administrations finding the Chicago crash was basi cally the result of maintenance procedures rather than any delect In Page 1   

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