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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Big Spring, Texas Americans feelings about City Are mixed new York City traffic jams and prostitutes by the associated press to Gary Christian of Seattle new York City is traffic jams and prostitutes. A it s what the rest of the world is liable to become if we done to watch to William Wenzler of Milwaukee new York City is a diversity of people and sights. A it is a fascinating vibrant exciting place to visit and i would suspect to Christian a chemistry professor and Wenzler an architect typify the wide variety of opinions that people in the rest of the country have about new the associated press asked a random sampling of people in about a dozen cities How they Felt about new v Ork. Whether they had visited or lived there what sort of experiences they had and whether they would want to live there Heaters. Museums those who had been to new York had mixed experiences they remembered the Heaters and Wall Street the museums and the Ballet. But they also remembered the dirt the hurried Pace and the fear of walking the streets after dark. Few people said they wanted to live in new York it was too big too expensive too unfriendly. But almost All of them said they Felt new York City had made a contribution to the rest of the country a in culture in education in Medicine in business and in acting As a unique melting pot that is the Gateway to America Peoples emotions often were coloured by their personal experiences. A never return christians most recent visit to new York was several years ago. He said head never return. A i was caught in a terrific traffic Jam and my bus from the Airport was delayed from times Square i took a cab to the hotel and it took me one hour to go two blocks. One of the first things i noticed was prostitutes on the Corner and it was a fairly Classy hotel a Wenzler in contrast has other memories of his visits to new York a i would spend a lot of time walking including East Harlem i be taken the subway up there. In be walked the streets in be even gone into old fashioned apartments to see what they were like. I asked people on the Street if i could could see them and they invited me the difference in viewpoints is reflected in some of the Many Public opinion polls on Federal Aid for new York City although pollsters say the timing of the surveys and the Way the questions Are asked have a lot to do with the outcome. Or. Irving Crespi a vice president with the Gallup organization noted that different surveys showed widely varying results a pro and con financial Aid. But he added when you take them All together a it is very Clear that the widespread Assumption that the nation hates new York City just in t but some people do seem to hate new York. Push it in River Fred Kimsey 47, an unmarried free Lance artist who lives in Little Rock ark., said a take one giant Bulldozer and push it into the East River. New York is so corrupt it s unreal. Its a giant organism that seating itself Kimsey said he lived in new York Quot for about three months one time Back in the 40s that was enough forever no Way would i live in new York again unless i had enough Money to insulate myself from new Eugene Shepherd of Kansas City is a machinist in his 50s and married a How do i feel about new York How do you feel about your left Arm. Its there its part of the United Good time a Denver resident Ruth Mohr 43, married and a Secretary. Has pleasant memories of her 1967 visit to new York a we did a lot of sightseeing went to the museums saw plays. We had a great vacation out of it we walked All Over took buses subways came Back at one in the morning. Had no trouble Tom Thompson. 29, of Concord. N.h., said he prefers country life but he said he believes new York makes an important contribution a i think we need a nerve Center of Urban life where the country can accomplish everything that can be accomplished in an Urban environment a said Thompson who is divorced works in a Bank and visits new York frequently a the Art museums Are some of the Best in the world plus the Heaters the metropolitan opera plus the new York philharmonic and other orchestras its the cultural Center of the Kevin of Connor a 26-year-old Bachelor who has been a Milwaukee Alderman since 1974. Grew up in new Jersey not far from new York a sure there Are he said. A but that is City living that what Rural people and midwesterner have trouble adjusting to. New York is the greatest in every Field a medical research education finance culture it s tied to our history from the very tech thu 34 he Hawks 106 a amp a 0 Mcmurry 70 sum . S.ti.,. 36 Texas 3 Baylor 37 21 san Angelo 17 Nebraska 12 Kansas permian 0 Kansas St. 0 Oklahoma 23 Arkansas 20 3 Rice 16 a a r o big Spring Herald Journo Price 25c vol. 48 no. 137 big Spring Texas 79720 sunday november 9, 1975 58 pages 7 sections Price 25c m in m a a wire photo jumps to death a As his 19-year-old daughter pleaded with him not to Lump troyce l. Green is shown plunging to his death from the Trinity River Bridge at Irving Texas the Man had spent four hours on the Bridge As police officers a minister and his daughter unsuccessfully pleaded with Nim not to jump two policemen Are shown in a snorkel Basket and Green is falling in the lower right Comer a a a a a a a Man daddy i Don t want Franco has you to jump Irving Tex. Apr a daddy i done to want you to jump. I done to want you to jump a 19-year old Ann Green pleaded with her father troyce l. Green saturday As he stood in his undershirts on a trestle above the Trinity River Here. Rut Green ignored her voice and those of police officers and ministers who tried to coax him Down and after talking to them for More than four hours. He shouted a a in be had it a and jumped to his death to the Railroad tracks below. Police said Green was seen Early in the afternoon by some fishermen. He dropped them a note saying he intended to kill himself. The fishermen called police. At one time a policeman almost talked Green into coming Down when he made him angry and challenged him to a fight. Later Green asked for a minister. The Rev. La. G. Ray perched in a fire department snorkel raised to greens level talked to him for More than 30 minutes but could not convince Green to come Down. At 4 30 . Green jumped As he spoke with Rev. Ray. Surgery reviewing the. Big Spring week with Joe Pickle looks like our Early autumn is showing up in late autumn rather than the other Way around temperatures hit the upper 80s during the past week whereas in september the minimums dipped into the upper 30s. That Early unusual Cool snap May explain Why the Plains Cotton growers last week lowered estimates on Howard county production by 10,000 Bales to a new figure of 70,000. Late warmth is slow to bring out cold stunted bolls. Hearst found competent for trial hearing monday building permits continue As a Bright spot. The total was right at $4 million $3,960,987 to be exact through october. After the 1974 record most observers figured there would be a Sag but it Hasni to been near As Sharp As expected. With the coliseum As a nest egg 1976 could also be a Good year. Howard county voters weren to exactly consumed with interest in the constitutional election tuesday but the one fifth of eligible voters who did ballot had definite convictions. They plastered the eight propositions by a 5-1 margin. The most interesting sidelight was the mechanical punch card voting which proved to be remarkably simple and for tabulating much faster. That could Speed up counting tremendously next year. See the week pm. 4-a, col. I Madrid Spain a doctors gave Gen Francisco Franco 14 pints of blood saturday and sought to relieve his pain with sedatives after an operation for removal of two thirds of his ulcerated stomach. A late night medical bulletin read by information minister Leon Herrera said the 82-year-old Francois condition still was a very grave but there was no postoperative Haemorrhaging he added that the Generalissimo continued under treatment of a kidney machine to reduce toxins in his blood surgeons who performed the four hour operation Friday said the Section of stomach Cut out contained 11 ulcers and infected tissue. The report added that Francois abdominal bleeding had been caused exclusively by the ulcers and if the operation had not been performed a they would have provoked the death of the eader in very few the surgery at Madrid a la Paz clinic was the second abdominal operation on Franco in four Days. His medical team said the general awoke from anaesthesia in the Middle of the night seven hours after the end of surgery and was Given sedatives to Block the pain and help him sleep again. It was the first time the doctors had acknowledged that Franco Spain a strongman for 36 years was in pain. Family sources said privately he had been suffering great discomfort since a first operation monday night to remove a stress ulcers causing Haemorrhaging in his stomach. San Francisco apr the first Legal hurdle has been cleared in the Patricia Hearst Case but More obstacles await the heiress on the Long and complicated course to trial moroccan marchers poised Agadir Morocco apr unarmed moroccan marchers were reported massed saturday to enter the Spanish Sahara at a third Point As King Bassan ii and a Spanish Cabinet minister reopened talks on a possible Compromise Over the disputed territory the moroccan newspaper la opinion quoted a Field correspondent As saying a Large group was preparing to open the new front just 30 Miles West of the algerian Border a joining the 120,000 marchers facing a Spanish minefield and legionnaires near the Atlantic coast and an unconfirmed number at another front roughly Midway Between the coast and the algerian Frontier. Antonio Carro Martinez Spain s minister of the Premier s office flew unexpectedly into Agadir Morocco a temporary capital after a discussion of the crisis by the Spanish Cabinet on Friday. . District court judge Oliver Carter who ruled miss Hearst mentally competent to stand trial has scheduled a hearing for monday and is expected to say when her trial will begin in his ruling Friday Carter settled one crucial Issue a miss hearses mental competence a but anticipated others stressing that her trial on Federal Bank robbery charges should Start soon but miss Hearst s defense team gearing up for a major pre trial bout will oppose going to trial before 1976 a and that could be the first Issue to take the Hearst Case into the appeals courts other Legal wrangling is expected Over the defense team s efforts to give the heiress private psychotherapy at a Hospital. Judge Carter who agrees that such treatment should be provided says it can be administered Only at the san Mateo county jail where miss Hearst 21, is being held without bail. Quot i assume that the judges finding is final a said defense attorney Albert Johnson a of course the avenues of Appeal Are always appeals on any issues in the Case could stall miss Hearst a trial past the dec 27 starting Date favored by the government. But even the prosecutor . Atty. James l. Browning jr., says he Hopes the defense will ask a higher court to resolve one Issue a How speedy is a speedy trial9 a new Federal speedy trial act requires trial within 90 Days after arraignment but does no to say whether time consumed by psychiatric tests a six weeks in this Case a should be excluded from the 90 Days should Carter set the trial to begin by dec 27 a meeting the 90-Day clinic building opens formally another major increment in the areas new health Complex the new Malone and Hogan clinic building will be opened formally today. Brief ceremonies at the main North Entrance at 2 . Will signal open House and continuing Tours for visitors until 5 . Staff members will be on duty to explain or answer questions. Or to direct visitors through the three floors of the huge Structure. Or. P. Vav Malone and or. J. E. Hogan who founded the clinic in 1938, will Cut the ribbon to open symbolically the new venture As part of a health Center. The ceremonies will be terse a an invocation introduction of top officials of a separately owned but adjacent new Hospital Brief remarks by or. Malone and or Hogan and cutting of the ribbon held by the ambassador club members who will serve As hosts. Several thousand individuals turned out to inspect the new Malone Hogan Hospital owned by the Hospital corporation of America when it was requirement a Johnson and partner f. Lee Bailey will protest that they need More time to adequately prepare their Case. That Case is complicated by the defendants open admission that she committed the robbery in question but she claims she robbed under duress forced to participate by the terrorist sym ionese liberation army which kidnapped her feb. 4.1974 the question of whether she went along willingly will be the Crux of her Case it will raise debates about the Law of coercion and other applicable statutes of denied a delay defense attorneys could ask the 9th . Circuit court of appeals to decide the question 6,500 lives lost in War lebanese must choose suitcase or coffin opened in april and a Large turnout is expected today. Parking with vastly More space provided should be adequate for the opening officials believe. The clinic is an association of physicians headed by or j. H Burnett president and has no organic connection with the Hospital although connected physically by enclosed corridors. It contains 60,000 Square feet of space including three Levels in the medical Tower portion which can accommodate up to 40 specialists. Or. Thomas Frist sr., vice president founder and medical director of Cha who made no secret that he was attracted to big Spring by reason of the major clinic group will Fly Here from Nashville Tenno wish the new venture Well. So will John Neff Cha president also h. E. Bud Adams Dallas divisional vice president. Physicians and wives will Honor them at a luncheon preceding the opening. Today a Issue of the Herald contains a 20-Page supplement introducing the new clinic facilities. Beirut. Lebanon it apr a brutal Urban War has frightened Many lebanese into believing that their Only future is a Choice Between the coffin or the suitcase cease fires in the Christian moslem civil War Are measured in Days. The population is divided the Economy is in ruins and the government appears helpless to prevent a recurrence of the fighting that already has claimed about 6,500 lives collect arms Lebanon s leaders have dropped All pretence of seeking a coexistence formula their political squabbles Are reflected in an arms buildup by private militias. Christians moslem and palestinian guerrillas Are All vying to amass More firepower before hostilities resume. Diplomats military analysts and gunmen of the warring factions themselves predict More bloodletting a until somebody this View is shared by thousands of lebanese noncombatants Jacobsen trial mane vering in san Angelo san Angelo. Tex. Apr pretrial mane vering begins monday in the theft Case against Jake Jacobsen the milk Industry lobbyist who tried to sink John Connally with testimony at Conn Aliyy a bribery trial earlier this year. Jacobsen an Austin lawyer is accused in state charges of mis applying $825,000 in funds from the san Angelo savings and loan association of which he was an officer. Colder or cold Blue skies. High today in the Low 70s. Low tonight mid 30s. High monday upper 50s. Northerly to northwesterly wind 12-22 Miles per hour today. Crowding flights to Europe and creating traffic jams n highways leading out of Beirut those who stay Are participating in a de Facto religious partition that no one professes to want. Christians Are moving out of moslem neighbourhoods and vice versa creating hostile enclaves guarded by armed men who respect Only the authority of the gun. Irreconcilable a differences that appeared negotiable a few months ago Are now irreconcilable a said one Veteran Diplomat. A both sides seem to believe that Only a military Victory will resolve the issues until then Law and order Are in palestinian guerrilla support has Given left Wing lebanese factions and moslem militias a clearcut military advantage Over Christian gunmen of the right Wing phalanges and National Liberal parties the christians lost some ground before another ceasefire went into effect last week but this has Only strengthened their determination not to lose any More while the moslem palestinian coalition wants to press its advantage to secure an unconditional surrender squeaky is Given Chance to return Sacramento Calif apr Lynette a a squeaky Fromme. Ejected from the courtroom Friday will be Given a Chance to return on monday if she promises to avoid further disruptions and demands that convicted mass murderer Charles Manson be allowed to testify. The 27-year-old defendant charged with attempting to kill president Ford said she w ill not leave her county jail cell on future trial Days she insisted Friday that a i can to put on my defense without she said the Only reason she was in court a was to get my family the Manson clan a fair a wire photo moving out a a lebanese youth ties his family s belongings to a truck saturday a a they prepare to move to an area Safe from fighting Between moslem and Christian factions. In foreground is a moslem woman wearing a veil

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