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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Tuesday, May 21, 1974
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Nuclear Plant LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Atomic Energy Commission re- ceived a $725,ORO check Monday from Arkansas Power ft Light Co. for an operating license for Unit One at Arkansas Nuclear One steam electric station at Russellyille. The license is expected to be ssued later this week. Bill Cavanaugh. APL's FRIDAYAND SATURDAY SUNDAYNITE ONLY! manager of nuclear iervl«s,( said obtaining the operating license is the utility's last step before fuel loading can begin. After fuel loading, additional testing will be carried out before the station becomes fully operational, he added. The $725,080 check covered only the initial cost of the operating license. APL will have to pay an additional $165.000 each year during the operation life of the unit, estimated at 40 years. NOW SHOWING Play Bay Magazine ANGH. TOMPKMS IS musj IfSSOftf WfKMBGHT AFTWCUM! COLOR |W- 'IHlTtKCHEIl'!:-.:: ANSI! IDMP«MS ..,, HICKWAR ·i S 7 ' ACEO/. : N1MIflNAIiO:j;i -CO-HIT- SUNDAY NIH ONLY* FKff TICKtT TO COMING AUKACTION JO ALL DKIVtRS PLUS FREE BREAKFAST After 4th Feature TO THEM LIFE IS A BALL CLASS o£*74 The TIMES Is On Top of The Now* Seven Days a Week Textured toy proteins a r e showing up on grocery shelve*. Some are unflavored; others ·re pre-seasaned with spices and entracts. For best results, the soy product should not eK- ceed 30% of the mixture. . . . . Make lemonade cut off ends, slice lemons thickly, whir with ice cubes, sugar, and water to cover. Strain and · T» intensHy the flavor of sweet desserts, add * pinch of s*H. .. Biggest sausage in the world was 1.134 feet long. It was created by 30 English butchers in OU. f Even THAT wouldn't faie our chef -- she can do anything! Come to dinner and sample the magic she creates of lirst-clasi food and ordinary pots and pans at SUZIE WOHC'S RICE ·OWL. wee Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. Open 6:45 et. 7:10 ...,, -~«aflTMV»EST*RK*»iSASPU«A" ,un. Mat ui.rau p.m. nWLNCWMAN (TO) THE STING WINNER OK SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Funniest Western since "Cat Ballon" Mel Brooks (R) ·BLRZ1NG SADDLES ·:« Fet 7: IS * fcl* 'BILLY United Artists Gregory Peck LAST J DAYS l"i _it n *. · Muaai ssu* Fet. Isin. TPMW*. T:4S Frt*s*. 7HH-M «.. Mai. 2 *J». (PCI CM 141 Wart Disney DOUBLE FEATUKE . "Thot Dorn Cot" I "The KKV* Eoter" Robert Redfwd ^'Jeremiah Johnson" A SYDNEY POLLACK FILM The man who became a legend "The film destined tobea classic! ROBERT REDFORO in A Sydney Pollack Film "JEREMIAH JOHNSON" A Joe Wizan-Sanford Produclicn . Co-Slarring WILL GEER ALLYN ANN MclERIE- STEFAN G1HRASCH · CHARLES TYNER · And Introducing DELLE BOLTON · Music by John Rubinstein and Tim MclnCra Screen pray by John Mifiusand Edward Anhalt- Produced by Joe Wizan Directed by Sydney Pollack · Panavision" · Technicclor * ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINI TEK*IR. SUSS*) STRAND (CM»H«.) OPCNMG FRIDAY, MAY 24 P»wUHl BLE FEATURE PROGRAM HUT DELIVERS! Try fruit in eoletlsw -- pineapple and orange are perfect. Use fruit juice and ginger in dressing. 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. UK RZZA, MMPWflM HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Jack The Rip-Offer Collects Street Signs (TiBBiiiisisGiiiSisisjsiaBiJiwsnJMisiaaiffiaiair.'Sii'li'asiiaMiiB 11 In his or her room. Other ople have schedules to keep. Elevators get out of order sily, often from too much aying with them. 3. Squatting is for camps, not lei lobbies. 4. Combing your hair should done in private, not in a bby or dining room. It makes her people feel a little itchy. 5. If a friend has the room jelow you, visit in your respec- ve rooms. Don't carry on a onversation out the window ou, may fall, for one thing or another: adult guests aren't terested in your con versa ons. 6. No loud talking, especially fter 11 p.m. Many business eople must be up and ou arly. 7. Before you arrive bonei uj n places to be visited. You'l njoy them more when you now their background. 8. Provide clothes for all wea ler. so you'll be comfortable ny time. 9. Follow instructions of tou: guides or bus drivers. They'vi een through it and know ·hat's best for yoit 10. Keep track of you uggage. An extra pair of eye s useful. 11. Carry a little extr noney. You never know whe 'ou'll need a "cushion" for all home, medical expenses, xtra side-trips, a gift that trikes your fancy. 12. If you go on your own o see a point of interest, nquire beforehand the best way o get there, how long it will ake. and the cost. This will n s u r e against "cabbies" driving you all over town -o get to a destination only five locks from your hotel. -- Eleanor B. ear Eleanor: Thanks for the practical tips. We hope they end up in many Rap: My friend Jack is a collector, le has "stop and go" traffic ights in his bedroom that he got when the city was putting up some new signals. If anyone wants a road sign, ike "Slow," "Stop," "Curves Ahead," etc., just ask him and be'll pick one up for you. He considers it a game, ripping off the highway department. Of course he charges $10 and up for the signs, to pay for t h e gas he uses, and the risks he takes. Do you think this is too much? -- Sign Shopper S.S.: Yes, it's too much! Your $10 might buy more than you Bargained for, like an arrest for accepting stolen property! -- Sue P.S. My advice is: Declign the sign or face a Jign (which isn't a very good rhygm, but it s all mign!). Dear Shopper: "Jack the Rip-Offer" and his kind cost the American tax p a y e r approximately $16. million a year in traffic and road signs -- and that doesn' count the damage, even deaths from accidents that · happen when stategic signs come up missing! Your friend had better fine a safer game -- and a lega way to "earn'' money. -- Helen Dear Helen And Sue: As a frequent hotel guest, have observed the behavior o young people on tours. Perhap vou would like to list these do and don'ts for teenagers wh will be making trips to Wash inglon, D.C., New York, an other cities this summer: Big City Visitors 1. Avoid running in lobbte or hallways of hotels. 2. When using elevators, don overcrowd them; and don't hoi the door for someone who i McPherson Arrested LITTLE R O C K (AP) -Charles Wayne McPherson, 2 of Mayflower was arrested b FBI agents Monday on charge of unlawful intersta flight to avoid prosecution, Ra Faisst, special agent in charg of the Little Rock FBI offic said. McPherson was arrested on federal warrant issued at Ii dianapolis, Ind.. based on burglary of a residence : Frankfurt, Faisst said. Sever firearms were stolen from th residence. McPherson was arraigned be lore U.S. Magistrate Robe Faulkner of Ijttle Rock an was turned over to a U.S. ma shal here in lieu of a $10,0 bond. NM*we»t MC.MM TUUES, Tu«., Moy 21, 1*74 II DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom 'I StoSE VOU SEEN ME SUM IN THE CORNER AGAIN TODAY. SO I MKoKTAS WEU.TEU. W '80UT (T. ...* ouring students' Helen And Sue luggage. -- (Got a problem? Or a subject 'or discussion, two-generation style? Direct your questions to either Sue or Helen Bottel -or both, if you want a combination mother-daughter answer n care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Bumpers' Interest NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov. Dale Bumpers said Monday that he is more interested in what Arkansans ask nim than what Sen. J. W. Fulbright might ask in a debate. Both Fulbright and Bumpers are seeking the Democratic senatorial nomination. Bumpers said he didn't think his campaign had been hurt by his refusal to meet Fulbright in three statewide bates. televised de Hurst Sentenced On Five Charges JOPLIN. Mo. (AP) -- Q- By- and Murfreesboro banks. um Hurst of Hot Springs, a ormer Arkansas state senator, was sentenced Monday to five ears in prison on each of five ounts involving the misapplication of bank funds. Federal Judge John Oliver said, however, that the sen- ences could run concurrently. Oliver then ordered Hurst to ipend at least 90 days at the Medical Center for Federal 'risoners at Springfield, Mo. After receiving the physicians' eport on Hurst, Oliver could ·educe the sentence. Hurst, who was in the Ar- ;ansas Senate for 22 years, is o surrender to U.S. marshals June 15 to be taken to the med- cal center. He had pleaded guilty to one _ount of illegally receiving the proceeds from a $12,500 loan rom the First State Bank of Joplin, where he was an officer n 1972. Hurst also pleaded guilty to 'our counts of misapplication ol ;148,204 in funds from the Bank )f Glenwood and the Pike Coun- iy Bank at Murfreesboro. both in Arkansas, and to a charge of giving false statements to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The Federal Grand Jury to: the Western District of Ar kansas indicted Hurst, who als was an officer of the Glenwooc The Missouri charges, which rere handed down by a federal rand jury at Kansas City, vere' consolidated in Missouri t Hurst's request. Bottle Brings Family A Call From President PHILADELPHIA (AP) -When a skeptical W i l l i a m Staples finally took a phone call from Richard Nixon, he told his wife, "It either has to be the President or Rich Little." It was no impressionist, such as Little, on the line when President Nixon called (he Staples in suburban Havcrtown on Sunday night. While walking along the beach on Grand Cay Island in the Bahamas. Nixon had found a green w h i s k y bottle with a note inside from the Staples' grandson, Airman Apprentice Larry Metivier. The note had asked the f i n d e r to telephone his grandparents to say hello. Metivier said he tossed it overboard from the USS Guam last March while sailing from Norfolk, Va., to Jacksonville, Fla. But problems arose because the Staples' phone number is unlisted. It took the pleading of the Florida White House operator to get Staples to allow the number to be given out. Staples said he thought the ill was a hoax until Nixon's friend, C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo got on the line. Rebozo and another Nixon friend, Robert Abplanalp, had accompanied the President on his walk. "I could think of no good reason why he would want to talk to me,'' Staples said. "There was still the possibility that it was a crank, but when the PSC Orders Firm To Better Service LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The tate Public Service Com mis- ion told the Redfielrl Tele- ihone Co. Monday to expand its ervice, change its billing rocedures and keep better records. The action was ordered to iatisfy the complaints of 25 customers who stated grievances with the company at a hearing April 10. Stancil Glasglow, the utility's (resident, said at the hearing hat he could not add more customers to the system or make mprovements unless the PSC granted a rate increase. The PSC also told the company to accrue interest on customer deposits, tell customers the procedure to follow to rectify disputed charges and file with the PSC a schedule of all rates now on file. President carne on the line, I recognized the voice." Staples said Nixon told him he was "very proud of those who serve in the Navy" and that his 18-year-old grandson was not guilty of littering the waterways. Metivier is stationed in Jacksonville with a Navy helicopter squadron. Staples and his wife called Metivier after their conversation with Nixon. "He couldn't believe it," Staples said Monday. "He only started believing it when the President called him this morning." Two Killed MARIANNA, Ark. (AP) -K e n n e t h Henderson. 34, of Brinkley and Earl Green. 50, of Marianna, were killed Monday night when the motorcycle they were riding collided with a car at a high rate of speed on Arkansas 44 near here. State Po- iice said. Henderson was the driver of the motorcycle and Green was a passenger. Trooper Barrel B o u n t said the motorcycle, which was traveling on the wrong side of the road, fell nver as it attempted to stop and slid underneath a car driven by Diann Craig of Marianna. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs sublet to change without notice KTW, Tuba, Channel 2 (Channel M eaMe In F»ottoirtlt«) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayetravlile) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODi, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 on able In Fsyertrrille) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, W Time - Weather - Music 9 Channels - FM Radio All on 'The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 O MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "I Love You.... Good bye" (1974) Hope Lange, Earl Holliman 8:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 "Cry Rape" (1973) Andrea Marcovicci, Peter Coffield, Greg Mullavey 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16-"lf He Hollers, Let Him Go" (1969) Raymond St. Jacques, Dano Wynter Wednesday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 - "The Healers" (1974) John Forsythe, John Mclntire, Season Hubley 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16--"Puppet on a Chain" (1972) Sven-Bertil Taube, Barbara Parkins AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability · $2,060 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $·· f* f^f\ Quarter Drivers sLOiOW Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE PIICHM W2-ZJJS 2140 N. COLLECI GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creefc Hoc. Area ·no! ol»« at THE BARN iU Earl off Hwy. 71 Meakf and shrimp, nonnmada cinnamon Mis, rolifnes. an* lalaaH. Family style fMi fry FrMny. Car OJQ Hi.* Saturday. Open S-l» p-m. (at and Son. 12 noon-U p-m. Clo*ed WOT. and TSWJ. Come see os at oeatttHol Beaver Lake. 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