Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 25
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 22, 1973
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Professor Dies 1 ITHACA; N.Y. (AP _ Wayne L. Hodges. 64, professor emeritus of industrial and-labor relations at Cornell and author of the'. book "Company and Community." died Wednesday. Bow Maker Dies NASHVILLE, Mich. (AP)' Anders Ernfrled Halvarson, 72, noted maker of cello and violin bows, died Wednesday. 'COUNTRY CORNER' WE CAN SEll YOUR PROPERTY! THE "RANCH HANDS" ARE AT YOUR SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT UN Scientists Ask For Use Of Arsenal CALL 521-1300 The Country Corner has a complete selection of listings ranging from 1 acre up to 1,000 acres. Close in or secludedl Call us first when you're inquiring into rural property for fast, easy, convenient servicel DO YOU WANT TO BUY? Baker- Freeman :. F618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER Nitw and weekend) oil: Murl Steed 391-2 · Vern RMVM 52L-46S9 Don 'McNoughton 521-6730 WE ARE OPEN SUNDAYS WE GET RESULTS "ENGLISH TUDOR COUNTRY ESTATE" INSIDE THE CITY . , . BUT OUT OF THIS'WORLD PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -A group of United Nations scientists have asked federal officials for use of facilities at the National Center for ' Toxicological Research here for the d e v e l o p m e n t of biological agents to control insect pests. The scientists want to devel op alternatives to chemical insect controls. They say alternatives are needed because chemicals are damaging to the environment and because the insects are becoming more resist ant to them. The center is housed in what was once the Directorate of Biological Operations at the Pine Bluff Arsenal, a 33-building complex that, until 1969 wa; used to manufacture biologica warfare agents. President Nixon halted the w e a p o n s manufacture i n January 1969 arid in January 1971 he announced the estab lishment of the research cente at the facility. The purpose of the center i to test the long-term effects a chemicals on man and the envi ronment, but the buildings sti are equipped to manufactur biological agents that will control insect pests without killing other forms of life. MOTHBBALLS Dr. Morris Cranmer, director of the center, said its manufacturing plant was "in mothballs right now" because it would require an additional $3 million a year to operate it. He said the center would like to work on the development of biological control agents, "but unless we get .some more financial support I don't see how we' can do it." Cranmer said representatives of the World Health Organization visited the center last week to inspect the facilities and discuss the U.N. proposal. The U.N. cannot totally underwrite the cost of such project, Cranmer said. "I think federal money is going to have to go into it," he said. He said he wasn't sure the federal government would be willing to undertake such a pro- 3,000 square feet of luxurious year-around air conditioned living ·pace. Thla 9 room home includes 4 bedrooms, the master bedroom ig enormous,.with walk-In closet. 2Va baths, formal dining room, wood- burning fireplaces in living room and panelled den. breakfast room, deluxe kitchen. 7' x 33' playroom, intercom with radio and tape deck, stairway to attic storage, gas charcoal broiler on patio, 530 square " panelled garage, lawn sprigged with Bermuda and Zoyula grass, this and much more on large (1,3 acre) wooded lot. For appointment or information .evenings or weekends call Marsha: Kaylor 521-3069 Beulah Hanlhorne 442-2127 gram in conjunction with the U.N. because the government is attempting to cut back on its financial contributions to the organization. Cramner said it would be some time before a production program could be begun at the center if the federal government should agree to underwrite its costs. THE SULLIVAN AGENCY 434 N. College -- 442-4294 WOMAN'S' WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Gulda for Today's Gal on the Go. Red roses stand out agains green leaves, lacy background Delight all with Wild Ros afghan -- 3 dimensional rose form centers. Crochet of kni ting worsted in 6!£" squares fo bedroom, living room. Patter S78:. directions. Seventy-five cents for pattern--add 25 cents for eac pattern for Air Mail and Specia Handling. Send to Laur Wheeler, Northwest Arkansa TIMES 450. Needlecraft Dept Box 161, Old Chelsea Statior New York, N. Y. 10011. Prin Pattern Number. Name, Ac dress, Zip. All New for 1973 Fashion-inspired Needlecra Catalog--more knit, croch styles crafts. FREE direction NEW! Instant Money Book -make extra dollars at hom from your crafts . Instant Crochet Book 3 . Hairpin Crochet Book 1 Instant.Macrame Book .... Instant Gift Book . . Complete Afghan Book 1 16 Jiffy Rugs Book ... .50 cenL 12 Prize Afghans' Book 50 cent Quilt Book 1--16 patterns .... cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 .50 cenl 15 Quilts for Today Book ..... cents. It's our "Inches Slimmer" Style! Radiant lines flow smoothly down from a deep cuff collar emphasizing a narrowing effect from bust to hips. Printed Pattern 4973: NEW Half Sizes WA, 1214. Wh, 16'A, 18Vi. Size 14 (bust 37) takes 2% yards 35-inch fabric. · · Seventy-five cents for each pattern--add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and special Eagleton Favors Protection Of News Sources WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton knows something about anonymous news sources, for information they provided was his undoing as Democratic vice-presidential nominee. Now Eagleton is sponsoring legislation to protect the confidentiality of newsmen's sources, saying it is essential to preserve the 1st Amendment guarantee of a free press. "I'm not trying to be falsely noble about it, but I have a deep reverence for the 1st Amendent." said the Missouri senator who, briefly, was No. 2 man on the 1972 · Democratic ticket. In the Eagleton case,! one source was correct; The senator had been hospitalized for mental-problems, had undergone electric-shock treatments. He did not disclose this medical history before Sen. George McGovern chose him for the vice-presidential nomination. One source .was wrong, and columnist Jack Anderson retracted his assertion that he had found records showing Eagleton had been arrested for dninken and reckless driving. "That's a price I'm willing to pay--indeed, I think society has to pay--to make the 1st Amendment work," Eagleton said in an interview. The news sources that produced the Eagleton affair clearly are not, in the category that would prompt grand jury demands for disclosure, and that is the battleground on the issue of confidentiality. The Supreme Court ruled last June that newsmen do not have a right to refuse to disclose confidential sources to a grand jury. A half dozen newsmen have since been jailed for refusing to do so. Eagleton's bill would grant newsmen that privilege. Presley Uses Karate On Drunk At Hotel Handling. ADAMS, care Send to ANNE of Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. QUICK, EASY-SEW WAY to a spring-summer wardrobe! Send' for new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Choose one pattern free. All sizes! 75 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK -cut fit. sew modern way. Jl. INSTANT Fashion Book. Jl. VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -Elvis Presley got a LAS Singer standing ovation during a show here--but it wasn't for his sing ing. Presley was on stage at the Las Vegas Hillon when four men climbed out of the-crowc of 1,750, interrupting his act. A hotel ' ' used ADVERTISE HZKSI of hotnenutcen nsid tht* feature daily . . . and they- win M spokesman said Presley a karate-like chop to knock one of the men from the stage. A band member tacklec another, and the remaining two left quickly. The crowd gave Presley a big ovation Monday night. The men were booked for in vestlgation of drunkenness, bu Clark' County sheriff's deputies said Presley did not press charges. No injuries were re I ported. FOUR DAYS LEFT TO ENTER THE 16th ANNUAL Jlortfjtoegt COOK BOOK RECIPE CONTEST WIN Part Of The 125.00 IN CASH PRIZES $15 Cash To the First Place Winner In Each of the Five Classifications Below. $10 Cash To the Second Place Winner In Each of the Five Classifications Below* SEE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE IN PRINT: .'"/: . ; v-,..v \ . . and become eligible for one of the ten cash prizes being awarded in the TIMES' 16th annual 1973 Recipe, Contest! Enter your recipe in any of the five classifications below... but do it now! Redd the rules carefully, then write or type your favorite recipe and mail it to us. You'll be sharing it with other good cooks for years to come. CONTEST CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1973 CONTEST RULES 1. There it nothing to buy -- n o strings attached. 2. Contest is open to all persons, men or women, 12 years of age or older, except employes of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES. , 3. Mail your favorite recipes to Recipe Editor, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, P.O. Box D, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701. 4. Print or write clearly (type if possible) in style shown in example at right, on one side of a plain sheet of paper. Be sure to include Nome of Recipe, Classification Number, Your Name, Address, and Telephone Number (if any). Entries not including this information will be disqualified. Judges reserve the right to properly classify any Recipe. 5. Only on* recipe may be submitted by an entrant. Enter any one classification. Recipes submitted in last year's contest are NOT eligible for this year's prizes. 6. Only one prize to a person'. Recipes will be judged, by culinary experts, and their choice of the winners under each classification will be final, In case of duplicate recipes, · the first received will be Judged and printed. 7. Winners will be .announced in a special Cook Book Section of your Northwest Arkansas TIMES tn April. $15.00 First Prize and $10.00 Second Prize will be awarded to each winner in each classification. 8. The. TIMES reserves the right to publish any or all recipes entered. 9. Contest opens Monday, February 12, 1973, and closes at midnight Monday, February 26, 1973, by which time all entries must be postmarked or deposited at the Newspaper In ardor to be eligible. Mail Your Entry To: RECIPE EDITOR Northwest Arkansas Times P. 0. Box D Fayettevifle, Arkansas 72701 ENTER ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: 1. PARTY FOODS (Snacks, Dips, Beverages, etc.) 2. SALADS and/or DRESSINGS 3. MAIN COURSE DISHES including CASSEROLES 4. BREADS and ROLLS 5. DESSERTS (Cakes, Cookies, Pies, etc.) (Judges Reserve the Right to Properly Classify Any Reclpe Please Follow This Style. Neatly Write or Type Your Recipe On A Plain Sheet of Paper: (EXAMPLE) Write Classification Number: 5 Give Recipe Title; COFFEE CAKE Your Name Address Phone. City Next List Ingredients: 1 CUP BLACK COFFEE 1/2 CUPS SUGAR 1 Cup SHORTENING 4. EGGS 2/2 CUPS FLOUR ' 1 TSP. VANILLA V4 TSP. SALT l'/i TSP. CLOVES State. 1 1. 1 TSP. CINNAMON TSP. NUTMEG TSP. SODA Then Give Directions: Cream sugar, fat, eggs, and vanilla. Mix dry ingredients, and add alternately with 1 cup black coffee, which has 1 tsp. soda In it, Fold In 1 cup floured raisins to mixture. Put in greased pan and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. 00 NOT SEND IN MORE THAN ONE RECIPE PER PERSON

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