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MEDICAL SURVEY RESULTS
AAnsn fallnwisr hinoed

after escape from prison

SAN FRANCISCO (P)- - The
hunt for Charles Manson fol-
lower Susan Murphy and an-
other federal prison escapee
moved to the San Francisco Bay
area after the two women rent-
ed a car here, the FBI said yes-
terday.
Charles Bates, special agent
in charge here, said Murphy, 34,
and Diane Ellis, 33, rented a car
at San Francisco International
Airport at 2 a.m. Sunday, about
eight hours after the pair es-
caped from Terminal Island fed-
eral prison near Long Beach.
BATES SAID the two women
were believed to still be in the
area and are considered armed
and dangerous. They rented a
gold - colored Oldsmobile two -
doorehardtop with California li-
cenlse plates 2113-NGJ.
An airport source said the two
women apparently flew to San
Francisco and were alone at
the time of the rental. He said
that one of them was using
identification and a credit card
taken from corrections officer
Melinda Eisenhart, 25, who was
overpowered a n d bludgeoned
during the escape.
The women also took the
guard's car and abandoned it in
long Beach. Police there report-

ed finding a "pipe and night
stick" in the car, which was lo-
cated after an anonymous phone
tip late Saturday evening.
EISENHART w a s released
from St. Mary's Hospital on Sun-
day after doctors used 80 stitch-
es on her wounds. Recuperating
at her Long Beach home, she
said she was feeling much bet-
ter but refused to talk about the
incident.
Murphy, nicknamed "Heath-
er," was described by the FBI
as a fringe member of the Char-
les Manson clan. Manson is serv-
ing a prison sentence for a con-
viction in the Sharon Tate-La
Bianca mass murders.
Murphy lived in Sacramento,
80 miles north of San Francisco
with Manson followers Lynette
"Squeaky" Fromme, serving a
life sentence for attempting to
kill President Ford last year,
and Sandra Good.
Murphy was serving a five-
year sentence for conspiring
with Good to send threatening
letters to business executives
accusing them of polluting the
environment.
Ellis, of San Jose, was serving
time for parole violations on a
bank robbery conviction.

Estrogen may cause cancer
BOSTON ()-Far from acting per cent greater than could be mal, no matter how to
as a defense against breast can- expected but termed this figure drug had been takeni
cer, regular dosages of the hor- "of borderline statistical signifi- period.
mone estrogen may increase the cance" because of the small Ten years after begint
risk of the disease, a medical number of women involved. trogens, two conditions
survey concluded. The Aferican Cancer Society ciated with lower risk of
The study of 1,891 women who estimates that 89,000 new cases cancer-having had child
took the drug to ease the pains of breast cancer will be detected having had an ovary ret
of menopause for an average of in American women this year were no longer associat
12 years was reported in the and 33,000 others will die of the lower risk.
issue of the New England Jour- disease. For women followed ft
nal of Medicine to be published The researchers said they than 10 years, large dos
Thursday. found no reliable correlation be- found to be associatedi
THE STUDY'S findings "clear- tween the risk of breast cancer almost tripled risk of.
ly indicated that menopausal and the length of time the drug cancer, and an other-th
estrogen use does not protect had been taken. schedule of taking th
against breast cancer" and said WOMEN NOT taking estro- more than doubled the r
there was "a definite possibil- gens were just as likely to de- standard schedule in the
ity" the drug may cause the di- velop breast cancer as women States is three weeks
s g te. ewho had taken. it for up to 10 drug followed by a weel
Estrogen, the report pointed years after the women had be- The chances of breast
out, is the fifth most commonly gun taking the drug. developing were sever
prescribed drug in the country But 15 years after beginning normal for women usin
and is taken by 5 million to 6 use of the drug, the chance of gen who had developedi
menopausmiddle-athe han n breast cancer was twice nor- breast tumor, the report
life." Another 10 million take .--

ong the
in that
ning es-
s asso-
f breast
ren and
moved-
ed with
or more
es were
with an
breast
an-daily
e drug
isk. The
e United
on the
k off.
t cancer
n times
g estro-
a benign
said.

the drug in the farm of birth
control pills.
The study was carried out by
doctors from the H a r v a r d
School of Public Health, the Na-
tional Cancer Institute, and the
University of Louisville, Ky.,
School of Medicine.
THE STUDY found that the
incidence of breast cancer in
the observed women, who aver-
aged 49 years of age, was 30

3 major earthquakes hit Asia

tonuntued from Pve 1)
eastern Indonesia. The epicen-
ter of the quake was approxi-
mtely 600 miles to the south-
east of the quake in the Philip-
pines.
Several warnings of impend-
ing quakes have been issued
across China since the one last
month that nearly destroyed
Tangshan, less than 100 miles
east of Peking.
THE LATEST Chinese earth-

quake hit at 10:07 a.m. EDT
and the Philippine quake at
12:01 p.m. EDT, according to
the U. S. reporting service and
the Japanese Meteorological
Agency. The Indonesian quake
occurred at 11:11 a.m. EDT, ac-
cording to the Swedish institute.
The three quakes were appar-
ently unrelated.
U. S. government seismo-
graphs at Golden measured the

China quake at 6.9 on the Rich-
ter scale, while the Japanese
agency put it at 7.3. The seismo-
logical institution in Uppsala,
Sweden, measured the quake at
7.2.
The African Methodist Epis-
copal Church was founded in
1816. It is the largest of the Af-
rican Methodist denomination
with a membership of 1.2 mil-
lion.

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