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16 North*** Arkanwt TIMES, Wed., July 31, ·AYITTKVII.I.C, 1974 Disturbed · M O N T G O M E R Y , Ala. (AP)- GSv. George C. Wallace says '·"iCwould be a traumatic cx- pe'rfehce for the nation to have · meached." ··aj esidcnt impeached. t Wallace, added, in . his public comment on the im- hnjint proceedings, he n't mean to imply that he :lhe Impeachment proc- ujd be abandoned' just wish the things they charging President Nixon had never happened," he DRIVE-IN r THEATRE Baker Views TV Role As Positive By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- Although millions of TV viewers have seen the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment debates, a major star of 1973's televised Senate Watergate hearings admits he's not often among theirs The reason, says Sen. Howard H. Baker, R-Tenn., is that he's been busy traveling in his stale, talking with constituents and generally sampling public opinion for the past week. "I've watched very little of tho debate," said the vice chairman of the Senate Water- gale committee. "I saw some of the first day's .considerations, but I haven't seen much NOW SHOWING Feature 8:40 FIRST RUN "BORN LOSERS" »** Gun. Mat. 3 MO. Kited FG BARBARA STHIESAND . Baled B) ,"' Sim. Mai. 1 p.m.' ^CLINT -EASTWOOD THUNDERBOLT andLIGHTFOOT i MWITWH-44MU1 jiat. J p.m VELLER -- 7:45 JOURNEY -- 9:20 TWO DISNEY HITS "OLD YELLER" Plus "THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" s»a* si--. -- PLUS -- UOt BREAKMG,TML SHAKMB GUN TOTHIG, WIDE OPEN AMeRKANCIRLSl ; sracv vQflMQ BUSTERS, lince that time." Still, he added, his viewing las left him with a pretty fair repression of the House committee. "I think the members obviously are anguishing a good bit over the thing. They ;iye the impression of being jehuine and sincere. They're well-grounded .In the facts." Sen. Sam Ervin Jr., D-N.C., chairman of the Senate Water* gate committee, declined to discuss any impressions TV coverage of Judiciary debate might have given him. Baker, interviewed by phone 'rom his office in Huntsville, Tenn,, 50 miles northwest of Xnoxville, was asked how he lelt live national TV coverage affected the proceedings of ei- :her committee. FORCING QUESTIONS Of his own committee, he said, ''it probably had the effect of inducing people to ask questions they otherwise might not have asked, even repe- itious questions." He said he couldn't comment jn the House committee because he's unfamiliar with its usual procedures and because its members haven't had to contend with the problem of live TV coverage before.' 'So who knows what effect television has?" he asked. "But my guess is the effect of TV, in terms of the grandstanding potential, is a lot less than the good it does in terms of the public's right to know." Is there anything about TV coverage 'of the Water a ate hearings he now wishes had been done differently? The only change he'd like, he said, would be adoption of the Judiciary Committee's policy barring commercial breaks during any part of actual debate. No such bar existed during the Watergate hearings. Baker said he favored live TV coverage of a Senate impeachment trial of President Nixon, should that result from House action. "I think it would be a greal travesty if it were not done,' he said, adding that he thinks the Senate almost certainly wil permit live TV coverage of the possible trial. Does he think such nationally televised coverage would affecl the outcome of the trial? "No, I don't," Baker said without hesitation. "I think it's far too important and I thinl the members of the Senate fee the importance of the event too THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. m PIZZA, Taco Grande SUMMER FESTIVAL SANCHOS BURRITOS 25' Off 25c OFF HOME OF THE 25c TACO Reg. Price Sal? Price SANCHOS 75c 50c BURRITOS 75c 50c MEXICAN DINNERS TACO ......,.,.,.,.,.. SANCHO ,,,,.... BURRITO ;....,,,,,.,. ENCHILADA COMBINATION . 1.29 1.64 1.64 1.49 2.14 TACO GRANDE 2366 North CtHlegs, FayetteviNe Phora 521-8560 1974 --THE YEAR OF THE ENCHILADA --1974 Same Entertainer She Was Earlier SENATE STAR .. .fios been too busy to watch House debate much to suggest that television overage would have any af ect. I don't think it will." hornfon's Amendment Narrowed 3rd Article WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. ay H. Thornton, D-Ark., said today that he would have oted against the third presi- mlial impeachment article if had not been narrowed by an mendment he offered. Thornton's amendment made e article specify the evidence at the President refused to rovide the House Judiciary dmmittee was connected with ixon's impeachment. Several members of the com- uittee believed the original ar- cle could have made any fu- ure refusal of a president to upply information to Congress n impeachable offense. After his amendment was dopted. Thornton said he be- eved that Nixon's refusal to ive subpoenaed evidence to ie committee was "a grave of' ense." However, he said the riginal third article was "too roadly worded'" Thornton said he believed Nixon's refusal to comply with ommittee subpoenas shoult not be considered as a separat m p e a c h m e n t article, bu should be combined with othe substantive charges against th President. Thornton said ha would see » combine the charge with ' substantive article" when comes before the full House. Replace Satin Binding When satin binding wears ou on your blankets, crochet a edging of shell crochet in yar r thread to keep the edge torn fraying. Shirley Madame Returns To Stage In Vegas LOS ANGELES (AP) - At ght at the Grand Hotel in Las egas, Shirley MacLaine belts ut, "If My Friends Could See ile Now." The song provides a suitable he me for her return to show usiness. For the past few years the edhaired actress has', been laying other roles--as world raveler, best-selling author, political activist. True, she did attempt a tele- ision series and a couple ol mall-scale movies, but they eemed half-hearted ventures and ended as failures. In Las Vegas friends are eeing a new Shirley -- rather, he entertainer that she was earlier in her career. The act, which, drew unani mous raves from the critics, irirtually traces her career. She does "Steam Heat" and Hernando's Hideaway" from 'Pajama Game," in which sht subbed for the ailing Carol Ha ley on the night producer Ha Wallis saw the Broadway show and chose.Shirley for films. She does "Irma La Douce 1 and a number based on "Some lie Running," which won he: an Academy nomination. "It's not a biographica show," she says, "but I wantec everything I did to have som meaning. Even the 'Mississipp Mud' number means some Mng, because I'm from th South." Speaking from Las Vegas b telephone, Miss MaoLainc re marked that she didn't fin the twice-nightly routine as tir ing as she expected. "That's because I wa trained as a dancer," she ex plained, "and I went into re hearsais in good shape. I jog ged five miles a day, getting u to a speed of eight and a ha miles an hour." After Las Vegas, she take the show to Norfolk, Va., Hou ton; Holmdell, N.J.; Cleveland Niles, 111.; and San Carlos, Ca lif. She plans to return here fo HOUSeCALLS ARE IN AGAIN CUNK74 youVhvemery minutes CONTINUOUS FROM DARK PH. 751-8724 television special based on e act. . Why did she virtually aban- ·n her career? '.'Because there : wer» ·» many other things I wanted to do, and they took time," **· it- piled. ' DENNIS THE MENACE By Kttctiam NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES FIRST TIME TOGETHER! 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Special Events MOVIES ON W Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-T2- "The last Angry Man" (1974) Paf Hingle, Lynn Carlin, Tracy Bogart 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "The Double Man" (1967) Yul Brynner, Britt Ekland, Give Revill 10i30 p.m. : Ch. 6-16 -- "Men of the Fighting lady" Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Keenan Wy'nn Thursday Night 8:00 p.m.- Ch. 16 -- "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951) Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Karl Maiden 71:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "A War of Children" (1972) Jenny Agutter, Vivien Merchant, Jane Ronane 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 - "It Started in Naples" (I960) Sophia Loren, Clark Gable , 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight end Sound 8333 N. College 4424575 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · Houso Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "Wt Give Green Thumb A J Helping Hand" ", WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 Sesame Street u Twilight Zone 10 Andy Griffith 6 Truth or Consequence* 7 News 5. 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