The Charlotte News from Charlotte, North Carolina on June 30, 1975 · 5
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I ' 411& so It WENDY BAGWELL & THE SUNLIGHTERS ikt 14 itit' SEGO BROTHERS & NAOMI '04 401' TUESDAY JULY 1 4 floa :41ok 'A ' COY COOK & THE PREMIERSTHE BAILEY SINGERS 41:' :10' 40 WEDNESDAY JULY 2 04k '44 0 " 11 'Ik ' 0 THE LeFEVRESTHE KINGSMEN '00 ! 100 00 THURSDAY JULY 3 SO -Oa 'Oa 441 OO a Of WILLIE WYNN & THE TENNESSEANS :eop to ADO THE JAKE HESS SOUND 0 4to FRIDAY JULY 4 liko Oa 444 : O a it THE THRASHER BROTHERSTHE DIXIE ECHOES 441 '040 0 SATURDAY JULY 5 1 Os " 10 111- 44i1P It THE HARVESTERSRAY AND THE EMERALDS itts 1 O BOB WILLS AND THE INSPIRATIONALS tog oo et SUNDAY JULY 6 tt OS 0 I OA 04 40 For one full week June 29 through Carowinds continues to be your Am 44 July 6 the 7500-seat Paladium greatest entertainment value of the A AI Theatre at Carowinds will ring with summer You buy one $650 ticket 00 40 the rousing sounds of good old and that gets you a full day of the 0-0 gospel music Three shows each rides shows and attractions of Caro- 41 day We've assembled the most winds and then at night the gospel ' outstanding array of gospel artists concerts are free 0 m m to perform in the Carolinas and Come out to Carowds Enter- lab' every night of the week will feature tainment Capital of the Carolinas 4 star attractions 9 0 '0 Whele every night is filled with stars 4 0 10 I COMING ATTRACTIONS: Frankie Valli and the Four SeasonsJu'y 11-12 I- so 4 it The Bill Anderson ShowJuly 18 19 0 All 062 '' - 44404 41010000VP600 ' 44401 04011104144448444 111444ofb 041041604044404‘ ' 444:4444041P J I 113 I for slayers of agents killed near REMAINING at large were Robert Horse and James Eagle Coll said the two agents were shot when they attempted to serve the warrant on Eagle The body of an Indian identified yesterday as Joseph Bedell Stuntz 24 of the Lapwai Agency in Coeur d'Alene Idaho was found at the shooting site Coll said Stuntz was wearing a coat belonging to one of the slain agents As the FBI continued a search of the area and conducted interviews with the Ogla la Sioux who live on the reservation a number of residents signed a petition asking the agents to leave Residents of the community of Oglala said yesterday they did not want the FBI to continue its activities on the reservation Coll said the bureau had not seen the petition and that agents would continue their search until the 16 persons are found or until it is determined that they are not on the reservation - - THE CHARLOTTE NEWS—Mon June 30 1975 —5A ' Women Seeking - -- - I U in Promotion EVERY TUESDAY tilt() 42 9 0 p - °001- MEXICO CITY tin — The Inter- during the conference has been national Women's Conference is that aid to developing countries 0 expected to demand that its spon- usually goes only to the men and sor the United Nations "put its i 3 own house in order" and promote V only benefits them " more women to high office Appearing with Rep Heckler at I :12 ir k 4 '‘' dile- al : 4 The conference is also certain to' an informal news conference yes i : r irdtt IrlW 1 -y of -At- approve a recommendation that the terday Rep B z Bella Abzug D-NY i 138 UN member nations name said the United Nations should not 1 movP- --1 --- dr- more women to represent them seat delegations unless they have a I abroad as ambassadors specified percentage of women I Other delegates however said they Nt 4 ' DELEGATES say only three per doubted this idea would be accept- - :' conference :' 0-21 c) p4r cent of the top UN jobs are now ad by the c I held by women The conference is The two congresswomen said 1 C‘ Ir'C:-? said to be nearly unanimous behind they and Rep Patsy Mink D-Ha- a US resolution calling on the -- wail who i I United Nations to set an example s also here for the con- i " CURS Ott 9 ' ference are sponsoring legislation I 110 REG 160 to member states" in its hiring and to authorize a national conference 1 CARRY OUT promotion of women on women in the United States I RA 4 ONLY gain "It would be ludicrous in the ex- next year SO' treme if at the first world confer- 'It would be a link between the ! girl" ence held on the subject of worn- International Women's Year and 1 mew r It en's issues the delegations failed -" lit the US Bicentennial" Rep Abzug i vr 011 - 4 to put themselves strongly on the said "In our country we can't real- t11 record in demanding that the Unit- ly celebrate our 200th anniversary 1 ed Nations itself should move affirm- " i i eqty S g without analyzing the status of atively to put its own house in stt A z women ‘ order" said Barbara White the only woman among the four US i ambassadors to the United Nations J Big BoY "Only when there are more qual- Solzhenitsyn ! L RESTAURANTS ified women employed in the UN system at all levels and particular- ly at the policy-making level will Calls Off Visit it be realistic to assume that the International Women's Year world WINSTON-SALEM un — Exiled plan of action will have any true Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitmeaning for the world's women — syn has decided that his hectic and thus for the improvement of schedule will not permit him to '111 all our societies" visit Wake Forest University next A p s' e The conference is also expected Wednesday and receive an hono- rary e 1 degre to demand that projects funded by the 16 UN agencies be evaluated The Nobel Prize winner who is in terms of their impact on women traveling in the United States and Your Happy Shopping Store and that women be brought into Canada had accepted an invitation CUS111-"th them as clients and managers last week to do so However uni- i versity officials say he later tele- Rep Margaret Heckler R-Mass phoned President James Scales to ' 0 told reporters that grants to help tell him he had reconsidered :AL67i poor nations cope with economic Scales quoted the author as say- ir-TeotAia10411LPInr' changes should be accompanied by ing "This is a bewildering country liswa-7ww facts on how they will require affect and I am very very tired" fa 'PlCayune: women "just like we an enviromental impact statement in Solzhenitsyn also was to have the United States of many govern- visited the University of North tS 11 0 4 CO ment projects" Carolina at Chapel Hill shattly 4 ' ' 1' after being honored at Wake For-'iv 4- 1 ' q 0-- One of the chief grievances aired est in Winston-Salem - ' l - AIWA Ills '141 MCA-485 - "come Loketta Lynn conway Twitty CA ree along rinsf MCA-486 pardner 19 ' ii yomeDwett :I gikof 0113LUijfitts ' ak iii mme mmihmm- MCA MCA-2143 ' tottl) m-'1f 4 lAet'-: -12j:L7:::: 1 a 'Nt zfr00011 nco'-' - 79A ' i i 477-75 0 s Irlo A It w -4 lin -- 11 4 ' ' MCA-479 Q1 - 11-alya 1 fill t t‘illgatill"3t P f 5 11 '''''''' """i--7- !likylL' o 'A zz ' ----"-7Tioilir ram" C r t é A7y A 3 r HAVE 0 NEVER -6 MCA BEEN 414( 4 ' ' lOr 4 MEL 1 VT P ‘ - 000:04 - v- C MCA-2141 'I' ' r en' i 114711 AO c -- ' -( reitk ildib M 17'N'l1 ty ' f ' t ( MCA-2133 f " Tuesday is Family Ni t 0 Night MCA " li c 1'°4 t Jack 2S BM Anderson Every Time il 111 iiii' a A I Turn The )1 jel I 'S 'i ''' '70 - tt ' ''' ' ' from 4:00 PM on g J 4 m - Talk To ‘ ( Me Ohio ' 1- MCA-420 Now Jack's Offers A I 1-' Loretta Lynn Choice on Family Night! ‘ tv Back To The Country - A ki Featuring:The Pill -!- Now every Tuesday 4 PM to closing you ' 4014 "a) can enjoy your choice of our one-half pound chopped sirloin steak dinner or our Family Steak (rib eye) dinnercomplete with salad roll ''--: 11 r 1 garden-fresh s baked potato and - i 7c N li V )t-k1 MCA-454 ECM 1 lovir(1:lbsk:l'alottk lk elie4or El r fresh-baked hot ent: ' i tahr V i7' I ' I 1 1 No tipping at Jack's! ‘'S 41 e"-' '-' - I4 '3?” r t4:: 1 ' (' ' 0 pit47- Y t 914111 :1 Ill ta m- -godbuo )( li i 4: e Aill 47? 11' Nr4144 AR ‘ - --' (t v A v P- - -a 0 LI 1 47r - ler" 041 1 011 114 exclusively on : A- 47 I Women Seeking UN Promotion MEXICO CITY tP) — The International Women's Conference is expected to demand that its sponsor the United Nations "put its own house in order" and promote more women to high office The conference is also certain to' approve a recommendation that the 138 UN member nations name more women to represent them abroad as ambassadors DELEGATES say only three per cent of the top UN jobs are now held by women The conference is said to be nearly unanimous behind a US resolution calling on the United Nations to "set an example to member states" in its hiring and promotion of women "It would be ludicrous in the extreme if at the first world conference held on the subject of women's issues the delegations failed to put themselves strongly on the record in demanding that the United Nations itself should move affirmatively to put its own house in order" said Barbara White the only woman among the four US ambassadors to the United Nations "Only when there are more qualified woinen employed in the UN system at all levels and particularly at the policy-making level will it be realistic to assume that the International Women's Year world plan of action will have any true meaning for the world's women — and thus for the improvement of all our societies" The conference is also expected to demand that projects funded by the 16 UN agencies be evaluated in terms of their impact on women and that women be brought into them as clients and managers Rep Margaret Heckler R-Mass told reporters that grants to help poor nations cope with economic changes should be accompanied by facts on how they will affect women "just like we require an enviromental impact statement in the United States of many government projects" One of the chief grievances aired "come along pardner" cr i4 Tuesday is Family Night at Jack's from 4:00 PM on Now Jack's Offers A Choice on Family Night! Now every Tuesday 4 PM to closing you can enjoy your choice of our one-half pound chopped sirloin steak dinner or our Family Steak (rib eye) dinner complete with garden-fresh salad baked potato and fresh-baked hot roll No tipping at Jack's! IL411::44-111-1--J- I MC ' -- Litotiimr MCA-426 Beg' 0) $179 II 0 e value MCA BRINGS COI TO TIT' J 11rAireit1:0) N E WH cS)Uti:it 1 R HE C u The best country sounds around are 1 C:)-1---"W - -1 V " FRT n UPm records Choose from a tremendou 11 AM to Midnight with you on vacation or to enjoy on I sTEAK 4-7 home Top country artists bring beaL 0 HOUSE city! 444S E Independence 4635 N Tryon A BELK RECORDS STREET FLOOR ' 6136 South Blvd 3251 Freedom Drive SECOND FLOOR SOUTH Concord Rt 29 North motel 0 qtlikt&IPM010160 ' 444S E Independence LI Concord Rt Aosta VA during the conference has been that aid to developing countries usually goes only to the men and only benefits them Appearing with Rep Heckler at an informal news conference yes terday Rep Bella Abzug D-NY said the United Nations should not seat delegations unless they have a specified percentage of women Other delegates however said they doubted this idea would be accepted by the conference The two congresswomen said they and Rep Patsy Mink D-Hawail who is also here for the conference are sponsoring legislation to authorize a national conference on women in the United States next year "It would be a link between the International Women's Year and the US Bicentennial" Rep Abzug said "In our country we can't really celebrate our 200th anniversary without analyzing the status of women" Solzhenitsyn Calls Off Visit WINSTON-SALEM i — Exiled Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn has decided that his hectic schedule will not permit him to visit Wake Forest University next Wednesday and receive an honorary degree The Nobel Prize winner who is traveling in the United States and Canada had accepted an invitation last week to do so However university officials say he later telephoned President James Scales to tell him he had reconsidered Scales quoted the author as saying "This is a bewildering country and I am very very tired" Solzhenitsyn also was to have visited the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shottly after being honored at Wake Forest in Winston-Salem Beg $179 value NEW SUMMER HOURS SUN THUR 11 AM 10 PM FRI & SAT 11 AM to Midnight 4635 N Tryon 3251 Freedom Drive 29 North THE CHARLOTTE NEWS—Mon June 30 1975 —5A EVERY TUESDAY Your Happy Shopping Store MCA-486 YOM Thiett e7iko q)kk tak-1-4so kt b P 1 :4'fl "' :rwrmot It !) A MCA-479 MCA-2133 Every Time I TUM The Radio On Talk To Me Ohio MCA-454 ItA MCA-426 MCA BRINGS COUNTRY TO THE CITY The best country sounds around are at Belk now on MCA records Choose from a tremendous selection to take with you on vacation or to enjoy on lazy summer days at home Top country artists bring beautiful country to the city! BELK RECORDS STREET SECOND FLOOR REG '160 rzb Big Boy RESTAURANTS MCA-485 Lotetta Lynn Conway Twitty Dee-bins' ( MCA-21 43 MCA-2141 MCA-420 Loretta Lynn Back Tolle Country Featuring: The Pill exclusively on MCA Records FLOOR UPTOWN AND SOUTHPARK 0 6-'1a MCA-47I vly on ?ecords RY : now on MCA !ction to take mmer days at ountry to the WN AND ovia ' I I

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