Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 29, 1974 · Page 7
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Saturday, June 29, 1974
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Kissinger And Jackson Differ On Red Policy WASHINGTON (AP) _ A Senate inquiry into arms control negotiations, which erupted in a dispute over a charge of secret U.S. diplomacy, will resume after toe Moscow summit meeting--but with a different thrust. Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D- Wash., initiated the hearings two weeks ago [or advance consultation with the administration on the U.S. position and to find out what, if anything, might already have been agreed to with Russia. Controversy developed at the hearings over iwhat Jackson called a secret clarification o the 1972 U.S.-Soviet strategic arms limitation agreement. Kissinger called the charge "totally false" and the hearings were recessed without either the senator or the secretary backing down. When the hearings resume alter July 9, Jackson's Senate SMORGASBORD PTzzA IfljT LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Man., 5-8 p.m. All locations $ 145 Bring the Kids -- Only lOc Per Year 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, SpringdaU of Ago. Armed Services subcommittee n arms control will be explor- ng what happened In Moscow at the meeting between Presi- lent Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev. Jackson says he will insist that Congress be given full in onnation on any agreements, ncluding "agreements in principle." affecting the U.S.-Soviet alance in nuclear weapons. Not only was Congress not in 'armed. Jackson said, but also hen-Secretary of State William Rogers, Joint Chiefs of Slaff and the CIA did not know until 1 months after the clari- icatkm was signed by Kissin- ;er and Soviet Ambassador Anatoly P. Dobrynin on July 24, 972. JacUson said the clarification eft a loophole which might lave enabled Russia to have up o 70 missiles more than in the SALT agreement. Kissinger acknowledged that .he text of a U.S.-Soviet interrelation agreed to after the .972 summit, and a presidential statement to the Soviet leadership, had not b e e n reported extually to Congress. But he insisted that the sub- .tance of both declarations had been communicated to Congress and that the missile to :als publicly stated "have not been changed by a n y agree ment, understanding or clari- ^ication--public or private." RCSIQIB World Chen Title . NICE,' France (iV) --" Bobby Fischer has resrgned his world chess championship in a dis lute with the International ;hess Federation over rules for next year's title defense, his representative said today. But Fred. Kramer, who repre sents the eccentric Brooklyn xjrn .chess genius, said he hoped the matter could be resolved at a meeting of the federation here later today and that Fischer would retract his resignation. i i Fischer was reported' to'be in he Los Angeles area but could not be reached for comment. Kramer, a federation vice iresirient, said the resignation was included in a cable Friday :o federation president Max HELD OVER 5th BIG WEEK Goldwater Reluctant PHOENIX, Ariz, (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater says he is reluctant to campaign for fel low Republicans who play down their affiliation with the GOP. Goldwater said he was dis mayed to learn that some the billboards erected by candi dates in the Sept. 10 primao failed to identify them as Re publicans. The senator, who will he campaigning for re-election i Arizona this fall, marie hip views known in letters to Repub lican gubernatorial hopeful. Appointed Mayor NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Alderman Eddie Powell, 33. was appointed by his fellow City Council members as actiffg mayor of North Little Hock on Friday. Powel.l is a food broker serving his first term as an alderman. He will serve until special election is .held, probably within 60 days, to elect a successor to Robert L. Rosa mond, 42, who resigned Thurs Jay as mayor during an investigation by the Pulaski County irand Jury. The grand jury dropped its investigation after Rosamond's resignation. It said it had fount irregularities in the North Little Rock administration, but indicted no one. DENNIS THE MENACE NwrfhwM. Mamas TtMK, fat., JWM », 1*74 .· 7 ' I'M M0rea*IACAU.*XJ AtolHER- MO AWRE i In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, June 29, the 180th day of 1974. There are 185 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1946, the British arrested more than 2,700 Jews in Palestine in an attempt to stamp out alleged terrorism On this date: In 1577; the Flemish painter, Peter Paul Rubens, was born. In 1776. the Virginia state constitution was adopted, and Patrick Henry was made gov ernor. In 18(10, France took control of the South Pacific island of Tahiti. In 1941, former Polish Pre mier Ignace Paderewski died in New York at age 80. In 1946. rioting broke out between Yugoslavs and Italians in the city of Trieste. In 1966. North Vietnam's cap tal, Hanoi, and port, Haiphong, principal sea- were bombed by the United States for th» lirst time in the Vietnam war. Ten years ago: U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy was warmly received on a visit to Warsaw, Poland. Five' years ago: Argentina police used tear gas against demonstrators protesting a visit by New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller shortly before hi* arrival in Buenos Aires on a goodwill mission. One year ago: John Dean completed testimony before tn« Senate Watergate committee, unshaken from his central charge that President Nixon had taken part in a cover-up. Today's birthdays: Princ* Bernhard of the Netherlands is 63. Black militant Stokely Carmichael is 33. Composer and conductor 66. Leroy Anderson ia 4 Sutton Dies SHREVEPORT, La., (AP) -Frank Sutton, 51, who played the tough Sgt. Carter in the television series "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.." died apparently of a Friday nrght, heart attack. Sutton played opposite Jim Nabors in the Gomer Pyte series, and had recently been doing television guest appearances and playing at dinner theaters around the country. NOW SHOWING Tom Lauglin h Back in "BORN LOSERS" --Plus-DICK VAN DYKE Op« 8:00--IN--Show Time :M 'COLD TURKEY" NOW SHOWING Filmed in Arkansas --Plus-- WES- BONUS 'TRACK OF THUNDER" CURRENTLY APPEARING WED.-SAT. JUNE 26-29 COUNTRY COOKIN' Plus Nick Wilbankt, Red, Wirre Blua (Grass) Plus Sam (Catfish) Reuth Saturday, 29th (One Nite Only) O. 8. McCLINTON with Country Cookin' 1 Cold Beer on Tap · The Barn Steakbouse, located on Holiday Island, five miles North of Eureka Springs, Ark. on State Highway a. Live music the nights a week; no cover on weeknights. Open S p.m. to Midnight. For table reservations, phone (591) 253-M7). At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. Drive-ins are nice. For kids. Kids don't take up much room, so they don't mind the cramped quarters of a car. They don't mind if they get ketehnp on their dothee and mustard on their nose. Tbey haven't worked all day, so they don'tcrave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parking lot is for parking your cat. You leave it there and haveaquiet dinner atone of our roomy tables or cozy booths. "-- ~ Instead of hard cement and headlights we have soft wa] 1-to-wall carpeting and indirect lighting. Of course, your kids can sti II have hamburgers, but you can have a steak. Don't you deserve to have what you want to have for dinner? Bonanza The family r even a father could lav*. Bonam»hurgtr and French fries. $1.19 Shri mp Dinner*./ $2.29 Highway 71 North CAUY-OUT AVMUBIE 521-3565 DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change wtthaot MtU» KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 ICkalMMI I M Caftk In KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 XFSM, Fart Smith, Channel S KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Ptttsbarg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 (ChaniMt t M cakla in FayattavliW KOED-TV (ETV), Tuba, Channel 11 KODE, JopGn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 14 'Ckwinel » ·» c*M» I D R I V E I N THESTRF. WED., JULY 3rd GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY --P1u»-- CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time · Weather - Music 9 Channels - FM Radio All on 'The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 O MOVIES ON TV 1. TARZAN i THI VALLEY Ot COID 2. ME MONSTE*. Off 3. DCSTROY All MONSTERS 4. THING WITH TWO HEADS 5. OOODUA VS. THE THING Given Away Rtti SONY AM/HA IAMO Ifl OUf TOT nM KKPOWM GET OUT OF TOWN Drhr* MX lo Hickory Craa* Mac. ArM KM tfh» «« THE BARN . . . Wmmlty rtyo rhk fry PrMa*. ·er ·o.-mta toOMay- Ort* »-l» tm. ·at aM bin, u MWf m*n. mnf Tmt Cum Ma a» al kaaaitlnl SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Shootout in a One-Dog Town" (1974) Richard Crenrva, Richard Egon, Jack Elam 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -"Sweet Charity" (1969) John McMartin, Ricardo Montalban, Shirley Maclain*. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Phantom of fhe Opera" {1962) Herbert lorn. Heather Sears, Thofley Walters 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 - "Hi Ya Chum" (1943) The Ritz Brothers, Jon» Fr~Te?., June Clyde 11:15 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Miracle in Soho" (1957) John Gregjon, Belinda Lee 11:15 p.m. Ch. 3 - "Fancy Pants" (1950) Bob Hope, ludlle Ball, Bruce Cabot 11:15 p.m. Ch. 5 - "Westward Ho" (1935) John Wayne, Sheila Manners 11:15 p.m. Ch. 7 -"King Kong Escapes" (1967) 11:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "Marines, Let's Go" (1961) Tom Tryon, Tom Reese, David Hedison 11:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "You're Telling Me" (1942) Hugh Herbert, Anne Gwynne 12:15 a.m. Ch. 7 -- "If Come From Outer Space" (1953) Richard Carlson, Barbara Ruih, Joe Sawyer SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Downhill Racer" (1969) Robert Bedford, Gene Huckman, Camilla Sparv 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 - 'Tripoli" (1950) John Payne, Maureen O'Horo, Howard DeSilva, Grant Withers 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound B3 N. College 441-MTS Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make II. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDAI.E, ARK. HIGHWAY 63 WEST TS1-7M1 BR'ER FRAN'S -far A C«*4 M(W *UMMIK MOV**: OPEN 1 P.M. lo MIONICHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. JUNCTION-from Memphis, Term. Wed. end Thurs.---L«iW Night EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETT..V1LLE S21-J3W 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 - "Villain" (1971 Richard Burton, Ian McShane, Nigel Davenport 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Showdown" (1943) Audie Murphy, Charles Drake, Kathleen Crowley 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "The Bofors Gun" (1969) Nicol William, David Warner, Ian Holrr 11:30 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Funny Foce" (1957) Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn SATURDAY EVENING * «:«« -- , i tow New* Work .,'...:.;.;; ,:'.., 1* fodgepodaa Lodfa 11 V«wi J,' 1. i, 7 .awrence Welk t 'ohnny Manna' Stand Up And Ch«er 1C Hee Haw '. « * «:» Brian KeiOi 2 'ollce Surjreon 3 ·feaaure Hunt 12 ragnet 5 'arracolendas M ·»« Got A Secret 1« That Good Ole NaitiTllla Miaitc 7 * 7:«« - Orml Roberta Summer Special .. ft All Tn The Family 1« artridf« Family . 8, 12 !rm«rjency t, J, *. 7 Zoom ;.; , 11 * 7:3t - - ' ·- · Movla «. 14 Maah 1 HahJer'a Flrat Symphony II * 8:fl« -Movie 1, I. S, 7 Mary Tyler Moore t, It * 8:M - Th« Trial of Banry nipper .. 11 Bob Newhart ..'.'.. r «. I* Democratic National Telethon .. 6 Owen Marthall «, 12 Dora'a Worfd 14 * »:» - -S'exua M * ID:»» - Kev.1 · t, 12 U * 1»:J« Movie ». !· Doc Elliot n Movie «, M * 1»:4S Sews t, *, I. T * 11:15 Movie 1 «. *, » * 11:3* -- Wacky World «f Jonathan Winters 1« + -Movie T Wreatlinf Democratic National T«l«thon . News * 1:1S -Run Tor Your LU« * 1:11 -- ,Vew« SUNDAY MORNING * i:M - Onaocratle Nation*! TtMhon . * «:»» Party Li n« Acrov the Fenc* * »:3« Sacred Heart Today'i World * «:« - Paator'a Study With tkla Ulna Oarar aad MI*th' * 7:H Outreach Mmlc and tti* SaoKia Word . Kid Power ...7T7 Amatjnl One* , Votea of Victory * 1:3* - Omonda Voice of Victory Thla a tha IJfe Thy Kfnfldom Coma * 8:l» - Beli;liou Townhdll .. Revival Fires ........ Jamea RobLjon ...... Day of Discovery . . . * 8:30 Oral Roberts ......... Thy Kingdom Come ··· ... 2 . « 12 .... 7 .... 3 Billy me* Hargb Cod Squad ........... HeraW of Truth ...... * 9:90 You ................ Rex Humbard ........ EvanfielutEc Temple . Gospel of chral . . Let The Bible 9t*ak Herald Of Truth ...... Inilfht * »:3» Look Up and Uvt . Kathryn Kuhtrun . Vlilon On ,J.-. . .; T»y of IX.»cov«r]r .. Oral Roberta if 1B:M- Faith (or Today . . Call the Doctor . . . . Oral Rotxrtii Rex Humhard .... S . t, 12 .... 2 .... 7 .... 3 .... 5 ... a .. 1« ... 3 7 .. u Revival Fire* ................ if J e r r y Falwell ....... '. ......... J Day of Discovery .... ......... f !0:30 - ir of Power Jimmy Swaggart .. N'FL Action 74 .*. Church Service 1 I 13 li Webber's World '. ' j Other People Other Plac« ... J * 11:30 Church Service 1 Meet the Prese .*.. 2 T * 1Z:00 Evangel Templa 1 * 12:30 Aak An Attornay NBC Neve Praaanta: Edition Plan for Action Where The Cod'a Play Ktrm Report! * 11:30 Meet the Praia Iaau« and Anawet* . . . . Green Acrea ·.:: J ... T . . . · .. 1Z ] 1Z

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