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10 · NorlWert Arkansas TIMES, Friday, April 16, 1974 DRIVE-IN THEATRE! Human Rights Activist Exiled From Moscow WED. THRU TUES. STARTS 7:20 PJA, He sold his soul for rock n'rolL. MOSCOW (AP) - Human rights activist Andrei Tvcr- dckhlebov 'today was .sentenced to five,years' exile away from Moscow, but si ill inside the country, on conviction of a charge" of slandering the Soviet stiUc, his mother said. However, he will servo only two years in exile because ol Ihe year he has been In custods awaiting trial. Reporting this ' t o Western newsmen outside the court room. Tvcrdoklllehov's mollicr Sarah, said. "I'm glad he's no in prison. I don'l think it's a light sentence, because I tfon'f tlunk he's guilty." Be Tore his sentencing. Tver PKM0VTOM PLUS RACE WITH THE OEUll BONUS FRI. SAT. "COUNTESS DRACULA" DARK P.asolini's Decameron (X) 7:00 pm, 9:30 pm, 12 pm Tommy : Starts Saturday ofihlcbov reportedly criticized ic Soviet, attitude, toward tni- nan 'rights and said a free cx- bange of information is cssen- ial for East-West detente. The dissident's mother said: Ho himself is not happy be- ause lie believes he is in- locent." Collision Kills A R K A D E L P H I A , Ark. (AP) -- John Thomas Jackson, 47, ol \inity in Clark County was tilled Thursday when his Iruck collided with a tractor-trailei rrg on a bridge on Arkansas 8 icar Amity, Stale Police swiil. Officers said Ihe tractor-lrail- er rig, driven by Ray D, Brewer also of Anuty, was attorn ping to pass a vehicle parked 01 he bridge when Jackson's Iruck came .around a curve ant struck the rig head-on. Tvcrdokhlehov, 35-ycnr-olcl livsicist mid secretory of .Ihe Soviet chapter oE Amnesty' In- crnalioiiiil. the London-based nlniHii rights organization, has seven days to File tin appeal. His place ot exile was not disclosed. In exile ho will he Tree jul nuisl remain in a spcciEiec city, or area outside of Moscow Tvcrdokhlebov hurt faced a maximum three years in pris on. Just before the two-day Iria wound up, 40 or 50 Soviet mi litiamen lined up across a street leading lo Ih6 suhnrbai courthouse mid geuUy nushct back about 50 dissidents a tit Western newsmen 1 who had at tempted lo attend the (rial, Tvcrdokhlebov was put into a police van which sped nway, as the dissidents cheered. ~ · ·' Before the trial ended. .Tve; dokhlebov took the stand in hi own defense and spoke for abou 20 minutes, before the judge cu him off, sources said. CHIEU HANH's ORIENTAL FOODS 191-1 W. Walnut, Rogers (across from Bonanza on Hlway 71) A complete line of imported oriental foods, Fresh arid dried seafoodj and Chinese vegetables. . EVERYBODV WELCOME! Open Daily from 9 AM to 7 PM C.V, Ford Will Not Enter Race LITTLE HOCK (AP)' --- Cm- gressiomil eaniiuhitc C. V. Ford uf Little Rock smil Tluirsiiny lie volilcl not sock Ilio ciiilorscmcnl of tlio slate AFL-C10 bteuusc 1ml group ah'eiuly 1ms decided 0 back Jim Guy Tucker. Ford snitl lie found, that oul roni ratik \rncl file union luem- jcrs, but lie would not identify them. , However, Forci predicted lie would win the support ot labor at ttie polls because union members make tbcir own decision on wbo lo supiwrl [or public onicc. He said liis union sources said the decision to back Tucker was made before any of the 2nd District candidates were interviewed. Tucker is one of six Democrats and two Republicans in 1 lie race. ; . The AFL-CIO Committee in Political Education is meeting at'Hot'Springs (o interview candidates about labor issues. Ford was scheduled to appear before the committee Friday. He also said lie is opposed to «ny change in the righl-to-work law because people have the rijshl not to join a union. Organized labor is mounting a campaign to repeal Ihe right-to- work law thai makes mandate ry union membership illegal. Proxmire Boosts Wife's Business WASHINGTON (AP) --' Sen \VilliEvm 'Proxihlrc,' 1 nix uiirelenL ing 'critic or ijovcrninoiit; wnsl ami imprpprictjcs, boosted Iti wife's lour business by resffi'V ing congress LOC inl rcccptEo rooms for tier-customers. , Proxmire reserved rqonVs to her tours "about 30 times ove the past five years," but nban doivjd. the practice six month sigo following complaints froi a rival tour guidci the senator' (idmitilstrative assistant. II o is ard Stutmun. said Wednesday. Ellon Proxmiro lias r i m ' h e private "Washington \Vhh Around" ' lour business sine 19C7. She estimated last yea that her group shows Washing ton's sights lo 5.000 tourists i year at prices ranging From $8 to" $22 per person a day. Mrs. Proxmiro called the matter "a tempest in a teapot." She said Wednesday she did not feel she received special "advantages, A part not, Barbara Boggs, said s h e - h a s also reserved rooms on Capitol 11 through her mothcr-in-hiw, cp, Lindy Bpggs. D-La. KTEW, (Channel £ DAILY PROGRAM HTM; Tulsa, Ch. 2 on cable In Fa;e(tettl]« Springfield, Ch. Tulsa, Ch. 6 LISTINGS KFSM7 Fort Smith, Ch. 5 Programs subject (o KOAM, Pittsburg, Ch. 7 chapge without HP lice . KTUL, Tulsa, Ch. 8 (CbaantJ 4 oa Cat.ro ID Faj-elEeciHe) 3 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Ch. 11 KODE, Joplin, Ch. 1? I'ortrr Wagoner' Focmby's Antique Furniture Workshop Washington \Veufc [n Review .'.. '.... 1 nsl * 5:00- Goif \ Mahcoc's SetTM U'all street Week N'aBh%-fl!c On The Roa Nevvj *orter KUHI, Joplin, Ch. (Cbanatl 9 on cable la FajeKev 16 \AARNER CABLE ot Fij-ettevme 103 W. Monniain St. -- Phone 5Zl-773t Complete Home En!»rra!mnerd Ca"«l8 Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time · Weather - Special Eventi Mathias Discount Stores Inc. . 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PHONE 4134591 MOVIES ON TV ; Friday Night 7:00 pm -- Ch. 6,10,16 "A Boy Nomed Charlie Brown (1969) " .8:00 pm -- Ch. 8,12 "Love Story" (1970) · , ' Ali McGraw, Ryan O'Neal 8:30 pm -- Ch. 6,10,16 "Beneoth the Planet of the Apes" · ·' " ( ] 970) Charlton Heslon, Kim Hunter 10:30pm -- Ch. 6 "The Robe" (1953) ' , ' ' : " Richard Burton, Jean Simmons, Victor Mature 10:30 pm -- Ch. 8 "Torn Curtain" (1966) Paul Newmon, Julie Andrews 1 0:30 pm -- Ch. 1 0,1 6 "Three Ring Circus" (1 954) Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis Saturday Night .8:00 p.m. -- Ch. 2,3,5,7 "The Greatest Slory Ever Told" ': (Part 2 - 1965) Max Von Sydow, telly Savalas, · 9:00. p.m. -77-, Ch. 1] "Caesar and Cleopatra" (English: ''"I'Ws) Vivien' Uigh, Claude Rain's, Stewart Granger 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 6 "The Agony and the Ecstasy" (1965) . ' Rex Harrison, Charlton Heslon 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 8 "Slalcg 17" (1953) Otto Premihger, Harvey Lembeck 70:30. p.m. -- Ch. 10 "Slay Ride" (1972) Glenn Ford, Tony Bill 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 12 "Funny Face" (1957) : 'Fred Aslaire, Audrey Hepburn V . 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 16 "The Beast in.,the Cellar" (English: 1971) Beryl Reid, Flora Robson 10:40 p.m.-- Ch. 2 "In Enemy Country;' (1968) · . Tony Franciosa, Anjanette Comer 12:lo;a.m. --· Ch. 3 "Red Mountain" (1951) Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott 12:10a,m. -- Ch. 7 "Pillow of Death" (1945) BW -Ion Chaney, Bre'nda Joyce · : '[fgh^Tcet V ""-"-' : - ' ^ 5:30 -Net-s ... 2, 3, 5, 8, 12. 6, 10. 1 Evening Edition with Alartln.Agi ' " Porter \VaRoncr SATURDAY EVESDsT. 6:00 -- \iws 3. 5, 1 Haw 6, 7, 1 e: 19M _ ence H'clk Firing Line .'.'.'/.".".'.".V.\.".".'/.... 1 Oklahoma Fcrui 6:30 -Wall i The Rocki eaiuro Hunt : Nashville Music Jt' Challcnscrs 8, nergency .. 7:30 -- 8:00 -- ral Roberts Spring Is Hope S.W.A.T .' in i-mo Mary Tyler Moore .;'.," .... 6. 10, Movie ..... /,,·,,,,,... 2. 31, S. ic 8:30--Boh Ncvvhatl .;.-..,.:...... 6. 10, * Q : 0 0 - ' AHC Ncivs Closcup 8, Movie , Carol Burnett .;.:. G. 10. * 10:00 -- . . 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