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Tuesday, June 3, 1975

In the
Internationa I
TOKYO - Eisaku Sato, forr
minister of Japan and winn
Nobel Peace Prize, died early
at a Tokyo hospital. He was 74
awarded the Nobel Prize in 19
efforts to limit nuclear weapo
stabilize conditions in Asia.
Sato disputed the award, cha
he had been a firm advocat
military policies in Asia, inci
retention of U.S. military bases
BANGKOK - Thailand's
Command headquarters annou
terday that 17 American B-52
the last remaining in Southe
will be withdrawn from the
U-Tapao Airbase on June 6.
drawal also includes 31 F-111 s
fighterbombers based at Korat,
northeast of Bangkok. The del
American aircraft is part of
ment with the Thai government
all United States forces will
drawn from Thailand by Marc
Prospect teenager, 16-year-o
Leicht, was named "Pinball W
the first annual U.S. Open PinN
pionship. He won a trophy and
cond place went to Ken Shar
Skokie, Ill., who played a fin
with Leicht Sunday that, acc
one of the judges, "literally w
to the last ball."
NEW YORK - Angered by la
payouts under federal bankrup
ganization plans, several thou
ployees of REA Express stage

news today...
cat strike in several large cities yester- S
day. REA, a major surface and air de-
ner prime livery service announced the closing of LANSIN
er of the 153 of its 340 terminals in the U.S. and Li
yesterday Canada. The company also issued a ten srn in
Sato was per cent reduction in the paychecks of srn C
74 fr his nearly 8,000 members of The Brother- late Thom
us and to hood of Railway, Airline and Steamship cer on A
Critics of Clerks. The union went to court last week the court
rging that to stop the reduction, but a bankruptcy tires, thr
e of U.S. court ruled the reorganization plan "void- pendent,
uding the ed" the union's contract.p
in Japan.
Supreme WASHINGTON -The Supreme Court Loca
nced yes- yesterday agreed to decide if the En- The Mi
bombers, vironmental Protection Agency (EPA) denied fo
ast Asia, has the right to regulate disposal of Stephenso
country's waste from nuclear power plants into ruling ont
The with- the nation's waterways. The EPA and (PV) syst
wing-wing the Justice Department claim the Nuc- seeking a
300 miles lear Regulatory Commission has exclus- trol over
parture of ive authority over all aspects of nuclear James Fl
an agree- power plants. The Federal Water Pol- constitutic
by which lation Control Act of 1972, however, re- el dismiss
be with- quires the EPA to regulate all pollu- the appea
h of next tants, including radioactive matter. Law- issue at
yers for the Colorado Interest Research should no
Group and Colorado Environmental Le- to trial. T
gal Services are asking that the EPA be day, when
forced to issue regulations over power Democrat
plant waste. gued over
A Mount charter a
4d Tom when Flen
lizard" at SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Tom Hayden, thought b
all Cham- a University graduate end radical sta- return to,
$575. Se- dent leader of the 1960's said yesterday the ruling
re, 19, of he will run against incumbent J o h n
al match . n
aoi mth Tuney in the 1976 Democratic U.S. Sen-
ording to ate primary. Hayden said he wanted to Weat
ent down make banks and big corporations more
accountable to the public, "including It will b
ayoffs and various forms of public ownership. He tacular t
ptcy reor- calledTunney "an ally of the corporate skies and
. giants.

G - University Regent Law-
ndemer (R-Stockbridge) was
yesterday as a new State Su-
ourt justice. He replaces the
as Kavanagh, who died of can-
pril 19. His appointment gives
three Republican-oriented jus-
ee Democrats, and one inde-
Charles Levin.
chigan Court of Appeals has
rmer Republican Mayor James
n's request for an immediate
the city's preferential v o t i n g
em. Stephenson's lawyers were
n order of superintending con-
Jackson Circuit Court Judge
leming, who will rule on the
onal issue. The three-judge pan-
ed the complaint, ruling that
is court should not decide the
this time, and that Fleming
I be forced to rule on it prior
hat trial was held last Wednes-
n lawyers for Stephenson and
ic Mayor Albert Wheeler ar-
the constitutionality of the PV
mendment. It is not known
ming will make his decision, al-
oth sides agree the issue will
the appeals court regardless of
e agreeable, if not overly spec-
oday. Look for partly sunny
mild temperatures, with highs
the low to mid-70's. There is
0 per cent chance of rain.

sand em-
d a wild-

about a A

6:30 4 13 NBC News--John
7 ABC News-Smith/
B 9 I Dream of Jeannie
PCBr News-Walter Cronkite
24 Partrdige Family_
30 57 Zoom
56 Faust Legend
700 2 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
9Beverly Hillilhlies BW
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod squad
30 Legacy
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Home Health Care
57 You Owe It To Yourself
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 All Aboard America
7 Price Is Right
9Room 22
It Hoilywood Squares
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea
30 57 Assignment America
50 Hogan's Heroes
8:10 2 11 Good Times
4 13 Adam-12
7 24 appy ays
9 Billy Graham Crusade
30 The Way It Was
5i Mere Gicin
50 7The way It Was-Sports
0:30 2 11 M*A*s*H
4 13 Movie-Science Fiction
7 24 Mvie-rama
"The Hattlelds and the
20 Daniel Boone
3 50Nova
57 End of the Ho Chi
Mink Troill
Special: R-lecctins on the
Vietnam War are ofered by
two orneian.newsmen and
host Jim Leher
9:00 2 Hawaii Five-O
9 News
11 Billy Graham Crusade
9:30 9 On the Road
20 700 Cluh
30 Toledo City Concil
50 inah!
56 That Vncersis Paradise
10:00 2 11 Banabv Jones
4 13 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Weiy. M.D.
9Look Who's eer
56 Sonndstage
7 Intertace
1030 9 World Aarium
11:t0 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
20 Grore and Diane
50 ele' ,Choice
se It'sYor Turn
57 The Naturalists
11:20 News
tt:30 2 t1 M-'le
4 12tO -.sn' Carson
7 24 WO,1e Warld Mystery
50 Movie-Drama
""udso's Bay"
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
Captonad for the hearing-
S impaired
t12:0019 Mavie-B.-ams
"The Party's Over
1:00 4 Tomoerow-Tom snyler
S 7 13 News
1:25 2 Movi-Adventure BW
"ietl's Outpost"
11 News
Tuesday, June 3
Boy calendar
wuoOM!Dr. gollo May, clinical
psyctholost: author. Love and Wil,
on Creativity & Death," 9:55 iM.
CEW: Meeting, 320 Thompson St.,
Medical tr. commission for Wo-
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FTC seeks ads on
prescripion prices
WASHINGTON ( ) -- The is hampered by pharmacist cod-
ederal Trade Commission es of ethics.
TC) proposed yesterday out- In releasing a staff study of
twang bans on advertising pric- drug prices, the commission said
for prescription drugs. The the advertising bans present
'mmission said it would save people from discovering t h a t
'nsumers more than $130 mil- prices for doctor-prescribed
in, drugs can vary widely f r o m
In place of the state and na- store to store.
mal trade associationtprohbi- "It is a curious set of values
ins it would outlaw, the cam- which says that the consumer
ission proposed setting ground may be given full informntion
les for drug-price advertise- abotiteiscretionr masesn
eats about discretionary purchases
such as deoderant and mouth-
SUCH MOVES, the FTC said, wash but cannot be given in-
ould tumble restrictions in 34 formation that will help h i m
ates. The commission said 16 save money on non-discretionary
ates and the District of Colum- purchases such as drugs which
a currently permit prescrip- a doctor has prescribed as es-
n drug price advertising but sential to his good health," said
en in those states advertising FTC Chairman Lewis Engman.
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