Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 24, 1974 · Page 20
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September 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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20 « Northwest Arkansas TIMES, TUM., Sept. 24, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham fC" -s; v ' I COUUWT SELLTrtESe WORMS I OUSBP YESTERDAY, SO I BROUGHT'E HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Single Wonders If Marriage Will Stop Long Confabs ^^^ Rap: A while back I read in your column that someone had made a survey ot married couples and found they talked to each other only about 27 minutes a week, then only to give directions or say "Please pass the salt" or something equally useless. My girl and I talk four or five hours on the phone (if our Nixon Jewels Appraised By Pat's Cousin WASHINGTON (AP) - A cousin of Pat Nixon personally supervised the appraisal and insuring of an estimated $580,000 worth of jewelry at the White House from 1970 to 1974, the Washington Post reported Monday. The value assigned by ap praisers intrigued Watergate prosecutors because the total assets of the Nixon family to taled only $515.836 in late 1968 the newspaper said. The exact ownership of the jewelry was unclear, the story added. It identified Edward O. Sullivan, a 49-year-old Bronxville N Y insurance broker who ho; handled all oE the Nixon fami ly's insurance, as supervisor o the appraisal and insurance o the jewelry. Sullivan was not available io: comment. ' Other sources have disclosec that the Senate Watergate com mittee' has forwarded the dat it uncovered about the Nixo family's finances to sped; ? rosecutor Leon Jaworski fo urther investigation. Member of Jaworski's staff declined describe the value placed o the jewels by appraisers an Sullivan. Meal Advertising Procedure Stopped LITTLE ROCK (AP) Jefferson, Ind., couple has bee ordered to stop using bait an switch advertising tacts in th sale of meat to customers in A r k a n s a s , Kentucky, M i sissippi and Tennessee. The U.S. Department of Agr culture said Connie and Robe Mayhugh are former ownei and officers of Bobby's Qualil Meats, Inc., doing business a Country Quality Meats. Aclio i s p r o c e e d i n g separate against the firm. The Mayhughs consented the issuance of the order ai waived an oral hearing. Tl USD A said the couple neith admitted nor denied tl charges contained in an admi islrative complaint filed by t! Agriculture Department Packers and Stockyards A ministration. The Mayhughs were told stop indicating that any meat being offered for sale at a ce tain price when it is not a bor fide offer and to stop preparin meat so as to cause a custom to believe that its purcha would be inadvisable. The couple also was order to stop degrading any me they advertise for sale, false representing any meat that h been derived from a particul portion of the carcass and c livering to a buyer meat whi orginated from any portion of livestock carcass other than t portion selected by the custorr er. Sam McCants Cut ST. LOUIS (AP) _ Rook guards Sam McCants and To Byers were cut Sunday by t Spirits of St. Louis, trimmi: the roster to 14 players. McCants was a sixth-rou: draft choice from Oral Rober University, and Byers was free agent out of Wake Foresl The Spirits, formerly t Carolina Cougars, have to tri their roster to 11 by openir night Oct. 18. rents don't make us hang T)'.' We discuss how we feel d what \ve want, and every- ing else from politics to reli- on. iVill marriage shut us up? -- ipes Not ear H.N.: Not unless you get bored and op trying to .communicate, ow do you avoid boredom? By eping your life different ough to stay exciting,, and able enough to stay in love. Sue earH.N.: Married couples talk less cause they learn to communi- te without words. You don't ed lengthy explanations when exchanged glance or a dden hug says clearly. "I iow how you feel." -- Helen ear Helen and Sue: About the girl who is in love ith a big rock star she's never et: You said that at 14 she ould be outgrowing hopeless ushes, even though they :lped a shy girl through the changing" years. We know lots of kids who aydream about someone spe- al. We aren't always shy and mmature. Loving our "Fay " ust brings more happiness into ur lives. Psychologists say this healthy way to use your lind. However, this "safe hero-wor- hip" isn't so safe. We have keep it a big secret. To pur- lase anything about our super,ar, we must pretend, or (for nongroupies) it's mock-out me. They call us stupid for ailing for "such a jerk" espe- ially since we'll never meet im. I think hero-worshipping a tar helps a girl. Usually the dol projects a picture of warm onest. loving person, so the ;irl tries to live up to him. I hope this changes your 'Pinion of us -- Hero Wor- hippers. Dear Worshippers: Of you -- yes! But not .ol he day-dreaming "groupie* vho was described in a summer column. Her friend said she griored other kids, talked of no one but her superstar...and -- ve didn't mention this before -- that star was: Mick Jagger! -- Helen Dear H.W.: Since we received about a dozen letters like yours, we think it necessary that we apologize for generalizing. Day-dreaming about a special unattainable person is kind of fun at any age -- if you don't overdo it; but this girl took lerself out of circulation and, besides, her idol isn't exactly the kind you describe! -- Sue Rap: Here's' one for you.' We passed a big garbage truck the other day. On the side was printed: "We guarantee satisfaction, or double your garbage back." -- Grafitti Collector Electric Rates Compare Favorably LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Electric rates charged in Arkansas compare favorably with those of other states, a study by the Federal Power Commission shows. Electric rates for North Little Rock residential customers last year were moderate compared with bills charged in cities of comparable size with publicly- owned utilities. Don S. Smith, formerly of Little Rock and now a member of the Federal Power Commission, said an FPC study several years ago of typical electric rates in the nation showed that the North Little Rock Electric Department's rate was in the high range. In the latest FPC study, Arkansas was near the lowest range in both residential and industrial categories for cities o! at least 2,500 persons based on the state average bill. Rales charged by Arkansas Power Light Co. in Little Rock compared more favorably with rates for other cities with 50,000 or more persons that are served by privately-owned utilities. * , \ f I ' THE BIG STOP WITH THE Blfe VALUES'... RECORI) BREAKING SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Special Purchase Dresses! Pant Suits! ,0rig. $2 And More . .. 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