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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaA High Point Enterprise. Tuesday. June is. 1976 heart attack at 65 Patty Hearst s judge Dies before sentencing by Tony Ledwell associated press writer san Francisco a the death of Oliver j. Carter the Federal judge who presided Over the Patricia Hearst Bank robbery trial with Homespun wit has left final sentencing of the newspaper heiress in limbo. Carter 65, collapsed Mon Day and died a Short time later apparently of a heart attack. He of d tentatively sentenced miss Hearst convicted of armed Bank robbery on March 20, to a maximum 35 years in prison. But he ordered at least 90 Days of psychiatric evaluation for her before imposing final punishment. A three judge Federal panel must choose a new Jurist to handle miss Hearst s Case. She is now in san Diego for the testing Carter ordered speculation entered on . District judge Alfonso Zirpoli who handled a pretrial matter in Janu Niy while Carter was hospitalized for minor surgery. Zirpoli is the Only judge other than Carter who has been involved in the Cense he would still need time to familiarize himself with the eight week trial record. . Ally. James l. Browningjr who in unit honors Mother Teresa Rome a Mother Teresa whose work with the poor especially in India Luis brought her world renown was presented saturday with the . Good Rind agriculture organization s Ceres medal in appreciation and admiration for your work with the poor and hungry Mother Teresa 65, leads the missionary Sisters of Charity. By your personal example by the work of your thousands and More missionary Sisters Anil Brothers in some 20 countries you Are translating into daily action the love of Christ for the poor.1 Fao director Eilo Uard Souma told her Oliver j. Carter successfully prosecuted miss Hearst with the argument thai she willingly joined the terrorists who had kidnapped her said no new trial will be necessary chief defense counsel f. Lee Bailey in Albuquerque in m on another Case said he would not seek a new trial because of Carter s death. We will await the new judge s decision regarding he said. Bailey is expected to urge the new judge As he did Carter to convert miss Hearst s sentence to time served and release her on probation. Miss Hearst. 22, was found guilty of joining her terrorist captors in an april 1974 Bank now improved instant pull strap adjustment As rupture i Easery makes life Worth living final Iii la Iii. So. Wealing Kurt . Thou no Lief. No mrs purr Purl july Rorn. Mile a lit i or double. E6l6 Mann drug store plainly marked prices no High Point family need Ever hesitate about calling us when we re needed. We offer finer service and facilities. Moreover prices Are lower. Service from cremation service s300. Our prices for service and merchandise items Are All plainly marked and Dis played. The family alone makes the Selec Tion always. Please remember too that we re recommended by research to the families served. You can Trust our name so please suggest it. Harold cdavis of Sal Home North main at Farriss Avenue Call 885-5049 a select member of Pydi robbery. She had been kid naked two months earlier and testified at her trial that she was coerced by threat of death to help Rob the Bank. When she was arrested on sept. 18, 1975, Carter immediately revoked her bail and later declared the guilty verdict Well within the Carter practice Law in his Hometown of Redding in Northern California in the 1930s and represented the area As a state senator in the 1940s As California democratic party chairman in 1948. He fashioned presi Dent Harry Truman s upset Victory in the state and Truman appointed him to the Federal Bench in 1950. He capped his Quarter Century on the Bench with the Hearst Case the hallmark of his judicial career. After the trial he turned 65, moved to senior status and Cut his workload in half. He is survived by his widow his Mother and a daughter. Funeral arrangements were in Complete. Police entrapment is ruled Fayetteville a a judge has dismissed prostitution charges against 24 persons. He ruled that their constitutional rights were violated by peeking police who hid in a closet after an informer worked As a go Between and rented the room to prostitutes. You can t enforce the Law by violating the Superior court judge h. Pou Bailey told the policemen monday. He said the police opera Tion violated the 4th Amend ment against unreasonable searches and seizures and smacked of entrapment. Earl Laverne Bacote 38, of Florence s. C., and bar Bara Hyatt 19, of Fayetteville had appealed their convictions in state District court on charges of engaging in prostitution. Thirty seven persons were arrested earlier this year in a crackdown on prostitution. Thirteen pleaded guilty and waived their right to review by the higher court. Their judgments stand. They received suspended sentences and fines. Among those arrested were military personnel from Pope air Force base it. Bragg and Camp Lejeune Marine base. Wake grand jury pm pair charged with fraud Raleigh a just one Day before investors were to hear a report on the defunct Pinehurst mortgage and loan corp., pm the president and former presi Dent were charged with securities fraud by the Wake county grand jury. The indictments were returned monday against former president Frederick n. Boswell and current presi Dent Robert p. Kelly Iii. They each face a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment and a Fine if convicted. No trial Date had been set and by late monday neither Boswell nor Kelly had been arrested county officials said. Operations of the company were suspended by court order. Pm had been offer ing 9% per cent interest on investments and the state estimates it had taken in about million since beginning operations in june 1973 investors were to meet to Day in Greensboro to hear a financial report on the com Pany from John a. Huffines appointed by a Federal court to oversee pm s assets. Boswell has been convicted in . District court in Jackson miss., in a mail Traud and conspiracy Case and was free on Appeal Bond in civil suits filed against pm earlier this year the North Carolina attorney general s office said the com Pany collected about million that was supposed to be for real estate in vestment. But the state said company officials kept the Money or paid off older in vestment notes that were coming due. In the indictments. Pm officials were accused of giving false information to potential investors. The indictments said that among the false information were statements that investment made would be insured. State controlled the company s activities and endorsed its actions. Were used to Purchase income producing property which allowed the company to offer the High interest rate. Notes of the com Pany could be used As collateral if an investor want to obtain a loan from a Bank. Kelly and Boswell have been accused of withholding from investors information that the firm had operating losses and was near insolvency. Free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh kitchens. Inc. B helps shrink swelling of Hemor Hoidal tissues due to inflammation. Relieves pain itch gives prompt temporary Relief from Hemor Rofidal pain and itch in Many cases. Doctors have found a remark ably successful medication that actually helps shrink swelling of i mor Hoidal tissues when infected and inflamed. And it does More. In Many cases it gives Relief for hours from pain and itching in these tissues. Tests by doctors proved this True in Many cases. The medication used Asprey ration h. And no prescription is needed for preparation he. Ointment or suppositories fut revival june 14-19 nightly evangelists Rev. Clifford George Rev. J. Day special singing each night the Public invited Rev. Clint Grant pastor Fairfield Baptist Church l. Cleave. When Uneeda need Money Notani around. These Days a lot of Banks Are talking about Loans. The interest you pay. The Way you pay it the times you am pay it. But somehow in All of the hoopla nobody s been talking about one of the biggest hassles in getting a loan. It s called the waiting and Here s How it s played after your interview you wait for an answer. Sometimes a few Days sometimes even a week. Or More. Here s Why you be waiting. Ai most Banks somebody has to ask somebody else who May have to ask somebody else about Kaying the loan. The person you ask for the loan does t have to ask someone else. Most of the time the bigger the Bank the longer the wait. But not at our Bank. We be Cut out the runaround at a cab. The person you talk with about the loan can give you the answer. The reason for this is simple. We have million a month to lend and we re going to lend it. Direct answers is just one Way we re working to make it As easy As possible for you to get a loan. And it s just one reason Why we re lending Money to More people than any other Bank in North Carolina. How can a Bank ask you to sign forms Only Bankers understand one other Way we re making things easier the loan agreement you sign is written in Plain English not Bank talk and Mambo jumbo. We Don t have to do this but we think it s Worth it you know what we expect from you and More importantly what you can expect from us. So before you go anywhere else for a loan come see us. And see just what it s like to get the Money without the runaround. Mck3 for the name of your nearest Nonit Ijan officer rail 000-822-8855 toll free

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