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September 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom *tar fifty.. BE TOWJCH suaw w tr? ileclric Study Is Approved WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- The Senate Commerce Committee has taken a first step that could lead to lower electric-power rates for American consumers. It approved a bill authorizing a three-year, $4-million study by the Federal Power Commis- sion to determine whether and how. the current pricing system should be changed. The legislation is aimed a the "declining-block-rate" sys tern under which the more pow er is consumed, the less is pai per unit. A key element of th FPC study would be the teas bility. of a peak-pricing system Under this method, a use would pay less for electricity a certain hours of'the day. First Hope Special Of Year To Be Tonight On Television By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) - Bob iope was in Central Park last reck, taping purt pi his first pecial for the new TV season. .nd while he mugged a bit, he wasn't mugged. He says he idn't even joke about mug ing. Was that at the request of Hayor Abraham Beame? "No, he didn't ask for that," aid Hope, whose show airs onight on NBC. "I just decided I'd be of stupid to come in and tart that kind of jazz. It's been done to death on TV in the last ,wo or three years." Some viewers may recall that ormer Mayor John Lindsay ised to issue occasional pleas or comedians to cease joking about Fun City's muggings ant other hazards and stress the positive side of life here. Is Beame now also trying to :idy up Manhattan's tousled im age? "Yeah," Hope said. "And hink we're helping, becausi the things we're doing on thi show are all very positive We're not doing any mugging iokes because that's the cheap easy way to go." He said Beame suggestei doing the special in New Yorl four months ago, when Hop was here to get an award from an organization called the.Jun ior Achievers. "The mayor was there and i was such a delightful occasio to see these boys and girls," h said. "It was exactly the oppo site of the image New York ha today. "The mayor said, 'You ough o come back here and do a how.' I thought it was a mar elous idea and so here we re." ' Tonight's program, which [ope says marks his 25th year n NBC--TV, features Jackie leason, Glenn Campbell and arol Channing. He said his first TV effort for BC co-starred Beatrice Lillie 5ouglas Fairbanks Jr., Dinal shore and a bosomy damse' lamed Dagmar. Hope has six more specials in he works for the 1974-75 sea on. He snorted when asked i ie'6 thinking about retiring rom television alter the season ends. "Hell, no," the 71-year-old co median said. "I'm alread; signed up to 1977." Wells Approved CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -State Engineer Floyd Bishop Tuesday approved permits to 40 wells in Niobara County ti supply water for a 1,000 mill pipeline to carry coal slurrj from Wyoming to Arkansas. Energy Transportation Sys terns, Inc., had applied for per mils for 98 deep water well but Bishop said that revised esti mates indicated that the 15,00 to 20,000 acre feet required an niially for the water might b supplied by only 40 wells. Brown Inks Pact MEMPHIS -- Roger Brown a bighscoring, seven-year vel eran of the American Baskc ball Association; signed wit the Memphis Sounds. Toe Early WASHINGTON (AP) - Only fraction of the 12,554 Vicl- am-eru military deserters ave turned themselves in uti- er _ the government's concli- onal amnesty offer, but a Pon- agon spokesman says it's too early to make a Judgment on the clemency program. The Pentagon said on Tuesday that 22'deserters have received undesirable discharges after passing through the clemency process and another 136 men are at Camp Atterbury, Ind., awaiting processing. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 25, 1974 AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Sun., Sept. 29 BARNHILLFIELDHOUSE Fayetteville, Ark. $5odK-$5.5Odo/of show opcn6-shcw7 ARKANSAS UNION 3id Finer 575-73S5 TICKETS NOW A VAIL ABIE AT: ELECTRONICS CENTER DBEAM MERCHANT 412-A W,Di«n N.W. 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Can 79 The One and Only CRISCO OIL 24-oz. Bottle 99 BAMA PURE Strawberry Preserves 18 Oz. Jar 77 STOVE TOP STUFFING MIX Chicken or Cornbread 6 Oz. Box Banquet Frozen COOKIN BAGS 5 Oz. Pkg. Phillips Unique MOTOR OIL Golden Krust or Male's Farms FRESH BREAD 1 -Ib. Loaves 3189 39 Del Monte Fresh Polish Dill Spear Pickles A O 22-oz. Jar Blackburn's Maple Flavored SYRUP 32-oz. Full Quart 59 TOTINO'S FROZEN PIZZAS 13'/ 2 Oz. Pkg Golden Crown PURE LEMON JUICE 24-oz. Bottle Unity SANDWICH BAGS 80-Ct. Box Unity Pure CREAMY BUTTER Ib. We Have Arkansas Country Honey and New Crop Sorghum Unity Frozen ICE MILK !/ 2 GALLON CTN. All Flavors 59 Unity GIANT BOX DETERGENT 95 Clear Sailing CUT GREEN BEANS TSVz-oz. Cans 4 Lindy Early JUNE PEAS 17-oz. Cans 389 PRODUCE DEPARTMENT FRESH HEAD LETTUCE 2 Heads 49 FRESH CARROTS U.S. NO. 1 WHITE POTATOES ARKANSAS RED APPLES NO. 1 YELLOW ONIONS Cello 15-Lb. Bag MEAT DEPARTMENT Baby Beef RIB STEAKS Ib. Baby Beef T-BONE STEAKS Baby Beef SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. Baby Beef ROUND STEAK Baby Beef SWISS STEAK Baby Beef CHUCK ROAST Baby Beef CHUCK STEAK Extra Lean GROUND BEEF Captain Hy FISH STICKS 8-oz. Pkg. WE GLADLY REDEEM USDA FOOD STAMPS · Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sat. -- 8 to 6 Sun.| Lb. Lb. Prices Effective Thru Saturday

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