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October 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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·MM** Until' thuf*rf»y MM*!** THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PKfcSS 1! LO PHC Otlk .53 rn clr clr clr clr plr clr clr clr .02 rr cdy Weather Forecast Warm, sunny weather Is forecast for must of Hie nation Wednesday.' Cooler weather is expected to continue in (he Northeast. Rain Is forecast for the northern Pacific coast, »nd showers are expected inland over the northern Rock- ies. Showers are expected for part of the Midwest, and rain is forecast for northern Neiw England. (AP Wirephoto) Albany Albu'(|tie Armirillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Soise Joston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena lonolulu rlouslon Lnd'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas Cily Las Vegas Liltle Rock Marquette Memphis New Orleans New York Okla. Cily Philad'phia Phoenix P'lland Ore. P'tland Me. Reno SI. Louis San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 47 37 80 '18 73 48 Illi 30 71 41 75 49 74- 48 44 24 82 52 57 4B 82 69 51 3« 61 36 69 48 49 36 59 35 53 37 72 37 55 27 53 29 37 18 30 22 85 54 44 27 71 40 89 12 84 63 57 29 81 56 40 34 65 35 95 66 78 SI 36 27 73 52 81 64 62 47 ' 82 48 65 44 102 72 81 58 .18 51 40 .27 84 37 63 32 70 66 75 60 u5 56 74 51 85 65 67 50 .23 rn cdy ch clr cdy .14 ccl ch clr .08 cdy cli cd; cl .08 cdy cl el cd cd cd .63 ri cd cd .02 r .25 cd cd cl · cd cl cd cl r rn rn clr cdy Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 2, 1974 · FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 11 Food Technology Benefits From Space Shots BOSTON ( A P ) -- The spin-| Its from making food for nwn i spuce aro h e l p i n g to solve ome food problems ot man on arlti, say space program food dentists. Three National Aeronautics ncl Space Administration sci- nlists said Tuesday thai al- hough few specific food items rom the space program are on upermarket shelves, food tech- lology has moved ahead because ol the space effort. Drs. N o r m a n D. Heidelbaugh, 'aul C. Rambaut and Malcolm C. Smith Jr., addressing a sym- josium_ at the Museum of Science, indicated that while space age food developments have many future applications, most vere not directly applicable to .oday's worldwide food prob- ems. Here to receive the Massachusetts lology's .05 .01 cdy cdy Institute of Tech Underwo od · P re scol i Memorial Award for nutritiona iciencc, the three said new types of dehydrated, freeze dried and Ihermo-processec foods now are available to the public because of the space ef tort. Ileidelbaugh, chief, of food science at Johnson Space Cen ter in Houston, said food safetj and preservation. technology has 'been the biggest contribu lion .so far. Rambaut, chief of nutrition a the space center, said the big gest public application of spad food technology was far in tb future with more research 01 artifically synthesizing food. "Though it's not yet plannei and in the far f u t u r e , we ar working toward a possibl Mars mission," RambauL said, "and we may well have to synthesize food, recycle food from waste or find new ways of rowing food in space," faced by nutritional sciences. These efforts could produce He added that it showed how rololyjics of future food facto- fa?l government, industry and es on earth, he added. science could move ahead on a ·Hambaut said it cost up to null ' 1 [ li S llfal0 !"'° Wcm ir l h c v 150 per day to feed each astro- W 0 l k e d to S ct1 ^''- aul of some Skylab missions. Smith, chief of (he food and his cost indicated how com- nutrition branch at the Houston Baby Born To House Mother- The house mother at Wilson Sharp House -- the University of Arkansas athletic dormitory -- became a mother Tuesday night. A seven-pound, eight-ounce boy was born to Mr. and ilrs, Borys Malczyki al Washington Healed and expensive it was center, said the space food General Hospital. He 'was ' ood, and eed the oimshed millions. Heidclbaugh iroblem of produce space it IKJIV is not those methods vorld's mitler- 1S. described the educing space the most com- lallenges" ever budget now runs about $1 million a year, compared with SB m i l l i o n annually at the height of the space effort. These are sufficient f u n d s to run a reasonable program, he added, including preparing food for the joint U.S.-U.S.S.K. space f l i g h t in 1974. . named Matthew Mark. Tho Malczzyld, became ' t h e resident couple al WitaTMsfiar5 a year ' sho| . u a f t e r . g^.P marriage. ! Malc/.yki has served as a B team coach and in other cahac- itics with the Arkansas football team in recent years · ' SPECIAL Living Room and Hall $19.95 il Living Room, Hall, and Dining Area . . $29.95;! Any Additional Room . . . . . . $10.00 Now you can have carpets cleaned professionally with a steam cleaner. Don't shampoo dirt further into the carpet. STEAM IT AWAY B B CARPET SERVICE Owned and Operated by Bob Baker and Bob Roff Call 751-7583, if no answer call 751-3353 in Springdale. Coupon Good This Week Only. Popllpps Drive Mayonnaise Prices Up By THEf'ASSpeiATCED PRESS The '·'.'mayqnnaisq;':.you pill in your'ituna-fis.h' Salad or spread on yqiir'hambur'ge'rMs going up in price: alpng. with the basic fish'. a.Hd/*C.ilV'-'you.'re. : trying to economize onYv.-v,.:: v '\- Ttic ·'As'soCiateij';''Press compared price?. :in,.September 1973 with prices this .Sept; 1 and Get I. Complete figures for 1973 were not available, m a k i n g a statistical comparison impossible. The spot check .showed, ever, that prices for mayonnaise and mayonnaise-type dressings went up sharply over the past 13 months in many areas and and there are in- dictions o f . further increases ahead. The AP check of a supermarket in each of 14 cities showed the price \vent up during September in six cities anc was unchanged in eight. The increases ranged from 8 to 27 per cent. In the eight 1 cities where 1973 prices were available, the survey showed sharp increases over the year. In Washington, D.C., the price of a quart ol mayonnaise-type dressing more · than doubled, going from 65 cents in September 1973 to $1.49 oh Oct. 1. A check of other items tha are on the family shopping list only occasionally -- things like mustard, pickles and apple auce -- showed generally mailer increases over a sim- lar period of time. Why is mayonnaise costing so much? Mayonnaise and similar products are made of beaten egg yolks, seasoning and oils. Many of those oils -- as much as 70 jer cent in some cases -- conic 'rom soybeans and the price of .he crop has been rising sharply as bad weather in the Midwest cuts the current harvest. By the middle of August, the Oct. 10, 'ear's soybean harvest at only .2 billion bushels. The lower crop estimates lave driven up the price of soy- jeans. On the Chicago market, he price went from around S7.50 a bushel before the frost ,o more than SB a bushel. price of was up soybean sharply oil already The Mayonnaise and Salad Dressing Institute said the cost of soybean oil had gone from 12 or 13 cents a pound to 43 or 44 cents. On Sept. 1 this year, the U.S Agriculture Department estimated that his year's soybean crop would total 1.32 billion bushels. The expected decline was due to spring rains that delayed planting and summer drought that cut into anticipated soybean yield as well as destroying much of the corn crop. Farmers hoped that rains later in the summer would boos the amount of soybeans, which are harvested later than corn Frost last week killed those hopes and some statisticians are predicting that the nex government crop report, due estimate this Mayonnaise consumption, meanwhile, is rising as people eat more salads and sandwiches in an attempt lo cut the 'amily food budget. The Mayonnaise and Salad Dressing Institute said studies show the average American consumed 9 3 pints of mayonnaise, salad dressing and related products in 1972 , compared with 7.7 pints in 1967. .Project Extended WASHINGTON (AP) - The Green Thumb kansas has Project In Arbeen extended through next June 30. Hep. Bill Alexander, D-Ark., said Tuesday thai Congress had completed approval of federal funding for the program, but the funding formula had · not been finalized, so the amount which will come lo the Arkansas project is uncertain. The project is intended to provide employment opportunities for'persons over the age of 45 and to provide limited training, where possible, to persons placed by the program. SPECIAL Thru October Custom Made DRAPERIES Hundreds and hundreds of yards of stock material of the finest drapery fabrics to give you a large selection of tremendous savings! Let us help save you money with bur low overhead and volume buying. Also very finest material in upholstery. All Work Guaranteed. Also Special Wholesale Prices on Drapery Cleaning, with One Day Service, including taking down and re-hanging. Commercial or Home-. FREE · Estimates · Pick-Up and Delivery HOUSE OF DRAPERIES OF SPRINGDALE Highway 71 North (Behind McPherson's) Phone 751-1320 Get a free box o£ Choice Morsels foryour cat. Buy a box of Choice MorselsTM and ge\ \ a second box free with the coupon belowl We give you six irresistible flavors tol I choose from -flavors that appeal to even; i the most discriminating cat: Lobster and r ; Beef, Cheese and Egg, Shrimp,Uverancjj I Tuna, and Kidney and Chicken.^ \ Choice MorselsTM from Purinalias all tfie^ \ nutrition your cat needs, of course. * Choice MorselsTM- irresistible flavorSj [ for your cat, terrific savings for you. \ Geta free bunch of Bic Bananas for your self. All you have to do is mail the Bic BananaTM coupon along with the box tops from five 12 oz. boxes or ten 6 oz. b9xes of Choice Morsels 1 ," and we'll send you a 99$ Bic BananaTM pen set free, Take advantage of the free box coupon and you already have part of the requirement for the pen set offer. So why not use both coupons? A99 C j FREE VALUE I FROM CHOICE MORSELS MMMMMMHMMMBB" SETOF5 11 BIC BANANA PENS Yours free for multiple proofs of purchase: 10 box tops from 6 oz. size Choice Morsels'" or 5 box tops from 12 oz. size Choice Morsels'." Mail box tops and the completed form below to: Choice Morsels/Bic Pen Offer P.O. Box9679 Mr. Grocer: For your convenience Tn obtaining prompt, accurate payment for this coupon, sent it lo Ralslon Purina Company, P.O. Box 1107, SI, Louis, Missouri 63188. If Ihe coupon calls for free goods we will reimburse yoj for the regular retail price of free goods plus 3£ handling. Coupons will be honored only if submitter* by a retailer of our merchandise or a clearing house approved by us and acting for, and at the risk of, such a retailer. Any other application constitutes fraud. Invoices providing purchases of sufficient slock within the past 90 days to cover coupons presented for redemplion must bo shown on request. This coupon is nontransferable, nonassignable and redemption is limited to one coupon per specified product and Srzo. Any sates tax must be paid by customer. Offer void where prohibited, laxed, or otherwise restricted,.Offer limited to live i. coupons per family. Ca^,h redemplion 1/20 ol 1£, For your pet's health see your veterinarian annually. St. Paul, Minnesota 55196 NAME - ! ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP Zip code must be included to assure delivery... allow 4-6 weeks. Offer void where prohibited, Ew^^^m**^ »*· -- for your pers neaiin see your veterinarian annuauy. · · allow 4-e weeks, uuer voio wnere promote gjB^^P^ . · · taxed, orreslricted.ExDiresMarchSI, 197S.

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