Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1974 · Page 23
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June 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

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Northw** Arfcaraet TIMES, W*d., Jun* 19. 1974 rAVITTIVILLt, AHKAN*** Post Publishes Memo Relating Ellsberg Plans WASHINGTON (AP) -- The ' Wnshingloii Post reported today ·thai presidential spccchwritcr Patrick J. Buchanan tried to dissuade oilier White House aides from an elforl to defame .Daniel Ellsberg. : : The Post printed a July 8 .1971. memorandum in which - Buchanan lolci then White House domestic adviser John 1 D. Ehrlichraan thai a campai,. against Ellsberg and others "while Rood for the country -would not, it seems to me, be particularly helpful to the Pres . idenl." · · Former presidential snecia . counsel Charles W. Colson has · pleaded guilty to a charge o obstructing justice by carrying "out a plan to "defame and dr stroy the public Image aru .credibility'* of Ellsberg. whi .leaked the Pentagon Papers It the preps. Tn the memo. Buchanan itrjjed "a major public attack 1 on (he Brookings Institution. Washington research organ --ization. and discussed an ar pnrently unimplementcd plan tc a t l a c k The New York Times. Buchanan wrote (hat remark drafted for President Nixon critical of Tlic Times "were re jected time and again." Th' month before. The Times hai printed large excerpts from In secret Pentagon study on th origins of the Vietnam war. In the July 8 memo, Buchan an also suggested that though he given to discrediting Parad magazine and its editor-al large, Lloyd Shearer, becaus of antiwar views. Buchanan could not be Fulbright Seeks Additional Documents On Wiretap Role WASHINGTON CAP) -- S?n. I.W. Fulbright. chairman or (he Senate Foreign Relations Committee, says he has asked the Justice Department for addi- .ional documents on Henry A. Kissinger's role in controversial national-security wiretaps. Fulbrighl said Tuesday thut vhile the department already supplied a considerable amount of material for the committee review requested by Kissinger, "as always there are what would appear to be gaps." At a closed meeting, the committee reaffirmed its decision to proceed with the inquiry. Fnlbright said Kissinger may be questioned about the matter Friday during a session at which he has been invited lo brief the committee on his trips to the Middle East and the Soviet Union. A committee member said after the Tuesday meeting the inquiry may be handled at first by a two-member .subcommittee made up of Sens. John Sparkman, D-Ala., and Clifford P. Case, R-N.J. The two were delegated to inspect an FIJI summary of the wiretaps last September and to report their conclusions to thi full committee. The Justice Department supplied further documents and memoranda last Fri day on the condition that Sparkman and Case be responsible for their custody. Kissinger requested the com mittcc review in declaring Jast week in Sal/burg, Austria, thai ie would resign unless ques- :ions nre cleared up about testimony concerning wiretaps on 13 government employes ant four newsmen. He had testified at his confirmation bearings that the dc cision to use wiretaps to pin point sources of news Jeaks from the National Security Council was made by President Nixon, then Ally. Gen. John N, Mitchell and the late FBI D: rector J. Edgar Hoover. Kissinger said lie was rn quired lo supply the names ol individuals u i t h access lo the leaked infor/nation. reached for comment immediately. The Post did not say how it obtained the document. Wilderness Hunting STUTTGART, Ark. CAP) -Joe D. ScotL of Nashville, newly elected chairman of the stale Game and Kish Commission said at a meeting here Tuesday thai he didn't think Arkansun? would allow a ban on hunting in wilderness areas. The corn rn issirm j;a ve condi tional approval to Gov. Dale Bumpers' proposal lo use S million for the purchase of wil derncss lands. The governor has said he wil include such a proposal in hii call for a special legislaliv* session. Some of Ihe monej also would pay for a staff foi t h e Environmental Pre scrvation Commission, The Game and Fish Commis sion said the lands should bi open lo hunting and fishing. Insurance Code Governs Appeal By Two Firms LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Provisions of tlic state Insurance ^ode will govern appeals b wo firms of rate reductions ordered by the Slate Insurance The notification by Circuit Court Judges Warren E. Wood md Tom F. Digby went to at- .orneys for Insurance Services Office, Travelers Indemnity Insurance Co., and the Insurance ^orrrmission. ISO. a New York-based ral- ng bureau, has an appeal rending in Wood's division and Travelers Indemnity has an appeal (lending before Digby. Insurance Commissioner Ark Monroe lit ordered three companies and ISO to reduce their rates because of the reduced risks lo motorists from the lower speed limits and less frequent driving resulting from the 'gasoline shortage. Two of the firms, Allstate Insurance Co. and State F'arm Mutual Insurance Co.. also appealed the reductions and then withdrew the appeals after reaching an agreement on a rale reduction. fioth Wood and Digby had re quested briefs on the manner of procedure in the appeals. The companies maintained that the state Insurance Code offered the proper procedure. Under the code, the trial court reviews the commission order on the record presented and is not bound to the fact finding of the commission. The commission favored the state Administrative Procedures Act which provides that the court can affirm the ruling of the commission or remand il if the court finds the order was not supported by substantial evidence. Boy Scouts Check FORT SMITH. Ark. (AP) Cecil Wellcr of Korl Smith, executive dirccter of the 18-coun- ty Wcslark Area Council of Boy Scouts, said Tuesday that memberships rolls arc being spot- checked to determine if there are any irregularities. Recent news articles showed that several mcmberstu]) rolls of Boy Scout troops had been padded. Federal funds are received by Scout troops on the basis of the number of members. Wellcr said there had been no indication lhat any padding took place here. WAL-MART Discount City Assorted Men's TIE TAGS BARS c WAL-MART CIT DISCOUNT JEWELRY SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY Clip-On SUNGLASSES Large Selection To Choose From 86' 2 57 Values From to BENTLEY BUTANE LIGHTERS - REFILL CARTRIDGES AVAILABLE 77c Y WAI-MART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAlrMART CITY Banquet Frozen MEAT PIES Chicken, Turkey Beef, 8 Oz. Pkg. 17 Kraft Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING 32 Oz. Full Quart 69 Old South Frozen FRUIT COBBLERS 2 Lb. Pkg. Super Suds Detergent Giant Size 40 Oz. Box 39 Atkin's Fresh Polish Dill PICKLES 32 Oz. Jar 49 Del Monte Light CHUNK TUNA 6Vz Oz. Can 49 Unity Mb. Pkg. PURE SWEET CREAM BUTTER 79 Banquet Frozen COOKIN' BAGS 5-oz. Pkg. 4: $ 1 Swift's VIENNA SAUSAGE 5-oz. Cans 3i $ 1 Unity BATHROOM TISSUE 2-Roll Pkg. 3: $ 1 Golden Grain MACARONI CHEESE DINNERS 7V4-OZ. Pkgs. 4: 7 Farms SWEET PEAS 17-01. Cans 4199 King GOLDEN CORN 4 Mb. Cons F STOKELY'S Orange, Grape and Fruit PUNCH DRINK 46-oz. Cans Prime Choice STEAK SAUCE 5-oz. Bottles HEINZ Hamburger Relish Hot DogRelish Sweet Relish 9 3 /i-oz. Jars 3: $ 1 Allen's Cut GREEN BEANS 1-lb. Cons 4 Swans Down CAKE MIXES Assorted Flavors * Boxes ^ I Mile High FRUIT MIX l-lb. Cons 41*1 Tote-Em Fr*m«r 8*9* Storage Bags 60 Count Realemon Pure Lemon Juice 24-oz. Btl. 49 Unity Frozen ICE MILK All Flavors. Yz Gallon Blackburn WAFFLE SYRUP T6-oz. Bottle 29 Fireside VANILLA WAFERS 14-oz. Pkg. 44 Hole's Round Box LEADER SALT 26-oz. Box 10 PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Fresh Arkansas Grown TOMATOES Lb. Red No. POTATOES Red or White GRAPES Mix or Match Fresh PLUMS NECTARINES PEACHES Ib. 29 $|W 59 49 MEAT DEPARTMENT Country Boy Chunk Bologna Lb. 59 Rodeo Ranch Rail SLICED BACON 2-lb. Pkg. $169 1 Extra Lean GROUND BEEF 3-lb. or More 79 Smoked WHOLE PICNICS Lb. 59 Blue Ribbon FRANKS 12-oz. Pkg. 49 Hormel BEEF FRITTERS Lb. 98 USDA Choice Breakfast Steak $179 Lb. 1 Grade A WHOLE FRYERS Lb, 39- WE GLADLY REDEEM USDA FOOD STAMPS Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sat. -- 8 to 6 Sun.I Arkansas Grown Transparent APPLES Ib. Bushel 2.29 Prices Effective Thru Sntnrdoy

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