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VIENNA, Austria (AP) Kuwaiti Oil Minister AH
Khalifa Al-Sabih saidf WcJaeciay ,OPEC members
screed unanimously that Saudi ; Arabia will raise its
crude oil price femed':!:! to 533 a barrel and other
m:rr.b :rs will rr.rj:ta'-i. their current hvels, which rar.2
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Saudi Arabia has' been charging $23 a barrel, the
lowest price in' OPEC and $4 below the official
The Kuwaiti minister said the Saudis had agreed to
the price increase without preconditions. Sources
reported earlier that Saudi Arabia had- seconded a
Kuwaiti proposal to cut the official price from $32 a
band to $33.
Jhsre was no indication Saudi Arabia will cut
production from the current 9.5 million barrels a
day I million above its normal output that has
contributed to a worldwide oil glut.
"We will keep our level of production as it is," for
the entire fourth quarter, Saudi Oil Minister Ahmed
Zaki Yamani told reporters earlier, before the final
session of oil ministers from the 13-nation
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. ;
The price increasewas seen as a retreat by Saudi.
Arabia. Yamani had said earlier Wednesday his
country would not raise its price unless militants in the
oil cartel lowered theirs.
The Saudi move will add less than a cent a gallon to
the retail price of heating oil or gasoline in the United
States if dealers choose to pass on the increase of
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John . Lichtblau, economist at the Petroleum
Industry Research Foundation in New York, said the
Saudi action amounted to "an insignificant increase"
in world oil prices. .
Saudi Arabia has said its crude oil price was closer to
real market demand than the $37 charged by Libya and
Algeria. OPEC price hawks had .pushed the Saudis to
reduce their output to help drain the glut and provide a
basis for higher prices.
The impasse over production strategy contributed to
the breakup Wednesday of an extended Vienna
gathering of oil, finance and foreign ministers without
agreement on a long-sought OPEC strategy for
automatic price hikes every three months, joint
production controls and aid to the Third World.
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Doulton wil review the decision, and make his
recommendation" to Chancellor Christopher
CI Fcrdharn, III. Fordham then will submit
the name to the UNC Doard of Trustees for
Dr. Jsrr.cs Taylor resigned the SHS
director's position last spring, creating the
vacancy. Dr. James McCutchen and Be Walt
have acted as co-directors of SHS since
Saunders had said he was concerned with
the spirallr.3 costs of the student health fees
and he believed the new director would have
to look at ways to lower costs.
"I believe we are at a prohibitory stage in
the fees; we can't go any higher," Saunders
said. "We're interested in trying to cut out a
third-party payment plan that will utilize
Saunders said he was pleased with the
student input that has been allowed in the
"I've been critical of other processes, but
this one I'm pleased with," he said. "I
believe we have had our fair say in the matter
and will continue to do so."
SHS Advisory Committee Chairman Edith
Elliott said she hoped the committee would
be able to make a decision Tuesday and make
a recommendation to Boulton.
"We're 'looking for a clinical physician
with prior administration experience in a
student health service," Elliott said. "We'd
like to see evidence of an ability to work well
with students as well as with the staff and
Other members of the advisory committee
are doctors Joseph McFarland, William
Blythe and Guy Steuart and students Kathryn
Pointer and Gail Doss.
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Miami city commissioner and a friend cf
Somoza's, said he spoke with a Somoza staff
member here and was told that one of the
assailants was slain and two others were
captured. But he did not identify them, and
police did not confirm the report.
The Asuncion radio station Primero de
Marzo said the attack occurred about 10 a.m.
Reboso said Somoza, a fitness enthusiast,
was on his way to do his dally exercises when
the attack occurred.
The radio quoted eyewitnesses as saying
the assassins opened fire with automatic
weapons and a bazooka from a nearby house.
"The bodyguards managed to survive the
attack and return the fire of the assassins,
who finally killed the bodyguards," the
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report said. "After eliminating the
bodyguards the attackers, closed in on
Somoza's car and threw bombs at it to
It said three attackers then fled in two cars.
Police sources said the attack was staged
irom both the house and from a pickup truck
that had been following Somoza's car
Primero de Marzo, quoting unidentified
police sources, said the assassins belonged to
a large international terrorist group hired for
the job. It gave no further details.
The same station reported that the house
that may have been the assassins' base had
been occupied by a group of young
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WASHINGTON AP) The United States and China clirasxed months cf
tough negotiations Wednesday by formally agreeing to open nsw consulates
and expand commercial airline traffic, shipping and textile trade between the
President Carter and Chinese Vice Premier Ed Yibo, in a Rose Garden
ceremony, signed four accords amid pledges of continued growth in trade
and diplomatic relations.
"I am personally committed to the proposition that our relationship will
not be undermined, but strengthened," Carter told Bo and a packed audience
Bo responded that China is of the "firm opinion that friendly relations
should continue to develop forward.' He said his nation is committed to
becoming a "highly democratic, civilized and modern nation" that needs
stability and cooperation with the United States.
The agreements were hailed as the completion of a normalization process
that began 20 months ago, after nearly 30 years of what Carter termed "near
total mutual isolation."
Brsesinoki denieo allegations
WASHINGTON (AP) Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter's
national security adviser, hotly denied Wednesday that he was acting as "a
political troubleshooter" when he advised Billy Carter to back off a business
deal involving Libya.
He reacted with anger when the truthfulness of his testimony before a
special Senate judiciary subcommittee was challenged by Sen. Strom
Brzezinski said he was telling the truth, and he accused Thurmond of
making "highly improper insinuations."
In rare public testimony, Brzezinski told the investigating senators that
when he learned from a U.S. intelligence report in late March that Billy
Carter was trying to work out a Libyan oil deal, he telephoned Billy and
urged him to do nothing that would damage U.S. foreign relations or the
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'oppressive. But they put on new paint and
wallpaper and replaced the Venetian blinds
with drapes." In addition, Meyers said that
art had been added to the walls.
The efforts by the Health Management Co.
to improve Lakeview have impressed some
local officials. "The general opinion of the
commission is that there has been
considerable improvement, particularly in the
SS V- SSS. A A- d--'C t- -A-i staff-patient relationships and the
-- annearance of the home." said Berrue Sesal.
t chairman of the Orange County Nursing
Vf Home Advisory Commission. "The new
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have been there."
C.W. Sanders, the assistant chief of. the
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a division of the state Facility Services,
agreed. "To this point we are satisfied with
the progress that has been made," he said.
"We will know better when we make our
However, Lakeview's problems have not
been completely eradicated. "There have
continued to be complaints," Segal said.
"We have investigated and found them not to
have any substantial merit."
Meyers agreed. "Every nursing home has
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a disaster. It can't be turned around fully in
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