Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 78, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 1, 1992 Page: 7 of 14
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THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Texas, Wednesday, April 1,1992—7
DALLAS (AP) — Another deadline has
come and gone for televangelist Robert Tilton
to hand over financial records to state investi-
Gray McBride, a spokesman for the Texas
Attorney General's office, said the embattled
minister would be contacted^oday about his
The attorney genera! needs the records —
which include tax forms and ledgers — to con-
tinue investigating the Farmers Brandi-based
ministry, McBride said. Tilton was to have
turned in the records Tuesday.
McBride said Tilton’s ministry said it would
not respond to the records request, and asked
that the request be withdrawn.
Tilton’s attorney. i.C. Joyce of Tulsa, Old a.,
said die ministry would not provide the docu-
ments because Tilton already has opened
records to federal investigators.
Tilton has been under legal scrutiny since
ABC-TV’s Prime Time Live broadcast a profile
of his ministry in November
According to the broadcast, Tilton kept
financial donations sent with “prayer
requests,” but the requests didn’t reach the
The ministry has denied die allegation
CBS takes its
win of season
■; LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS
captured its 21st ratings victory of the
season on the strength of its Monday
comedy lineup of “Northern Expo-
sure,” “Murphy Brown” and
CBS received a 13.4 rating last
week, the 28th week of the season,
the A.C. Nielsen Co. reported Tues-
day. ABC had an 11.8 and NBC an
11.5. Each rating point represents
. 921,000 homes.
ABC’s “Roseanne,” was the most-
•' watched show on television, pushing
•' the usual first-place finisher, “60
Minutes,” ihto the No. 2 spot.
•' “Northern Exposure” was third,
“Murphy Brown” fourth and
“Designing Women” sixth.
• The premiere of ABC’s “Room for
£ Two” with Linda Lavin finished in
£ seventh place.
£ ABC won the network news rat-
J ings as usual, this time with a 10.7.
£ CBS had a 9.3 and NBC an 8.5.
2 Here are the top 10 shows, their
z network and rating:
“Roseanne,” ABC, 23.8; “60 Min-
utes,” CBS, 21.2; “Northern Expo-
!• sure,” CBS, 19.6; “Murphy Brown,”
£ CBS, 19.3; "Home Improvement,”
£ ABC, 19.2; “Designing Women,”
!} CBS, 18.6; “Room For Two,” ABC,
5 18.3; “20-20,” ABC, 17.7;
5 “Cheers,” “Unsolved Mysteries,”
! NBC and “Full House,” ABC (tie),
NEW YORK (AP) - Here are the
prime-time ratings as compiled by the
AC. Nielsen Co. tor March 23-29. Top 10
listings include the week’s ranking, with
full season-to-date ranking in parenthe-
ses, rating tor the week and total homes.
An “X,Tin parentheses denotes one-
time-only presentation. A rating measures
the percentMe of the nation’s 92.1 million
TV homes. Each ratings point represents
921,000 TV households.
1. (2) “Roseanne,” ABC, 23.8, 21.9
2. (1) “60 Minutes," CBS, 21.2, 19.5
3. (16) "Northern Exposure," CBS,
184.108.40.206 million homes.
4. (3) “Murphy Brown, ” CBS, 19.3,
17.8 million homes.
5. (7) "Home Improvement," ABC,
192,17.7 million homes.
6. (6) “Designing Women," CBS, 18.6,
17.1 million homes
7. (4) “Room for Two,” ABC, 18.3,16.9
8. (23) "20-20," ABC, 17.7,16.3 million
9. (it) “Unsolved Mysteries," NBC,
17.0,15.7 million homes.
9. (9) "Full House,” ABC, 17.0, 15.7
9. ^“Cheers,’ l«C, 17.0,15.7 million
well after 21
hours in mud
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — If a
man sinks in the mud in the forest
and nobody's there to hear him
scream, should he make a sound?
George Zubeck yelled. In fact, he
yelled himself hoarse in his 21 hours
in a sticky prison on some state game
lands southeast of Pittsburgh. He was
in mud up to his knees, his waist and
his torso at different times in the
Before he was rescued by a logging
crew Monday, the 39-year-old turkey
hunter also wriggled like a worm,
managed to get a full night’s sleep
and talked to himself.
In an telephone interview from his
hospital bed. where he was wrapped
in white sheets hours after mud had
caked his clothes. Zubeck said he was
scouting for good hunting spots Sun-
day afternoon and thought he’d only
get his boots dirty in the remote bog
in Wharton Township, Fayette Coun-
“Before I knew it, it was up to my
knees, and then up to my thighs, wd
then what are you going to do? If you
try to dig yourself out, it just gets
worse." he said from Presbyterian
University Hospital, where he was in
fair condition early today.
Zubeck. who was being treated for
hypothermia, said he figured the
heavy equipment he saw nearby
meant someone would find him the
next morning, so he decided to get
some rest by laying sideways in the
mud and sucking his hands inside his
jacket to keep warm. The overnight
temperature dropped to about 40
The next morning, he heard a
front-end loader firing up and yelled
to a logging crew that came to clear
“They thought I was pulling some
kind of joke on them.” be said.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP RENEWAL AND
REVISION OF SURFACE MINING PERMIT 5A
Texas Utilities Mining Company
Docket No. C2-0061-SC-05-C
Texas Utilities Mining Company (TUMCO),
400 North Olive Street, Lock Box 85. Dallas,
Texas 75201, has submitted an application to
the Railroad Commission ol Texas Surface
Mining and Reclamation Division (RCT) to re-
new its existing Permit No. 5A to authorize
continued surface mining operations at its
Monticello (Winfield and Thermo) Mine in Titus
and Hopkins Counties, Texas fix a five-year
term. Ownership ot all affected lands is de-
scribed in Section .116 of the permit application
on file tor public inspection at the locations
noted below. The Monticello Mine contains ap-
proximately 16,430 acres (18,353 acre* of ex-
isting permit and 77 acres of proposed expan-
sion at Thermo Mine). Surface mining activities
within the Monticello Mine began in 1974 and
are expected to continue until approximately
the year 2002, subject to permit renewal appli-
cations. The total area to be distrubeddunng the
live-year renewal term will be approximately
2,391 acres. Approximately 3,271 acres are
proposed to be affected by the surface mining
operations during the remaning life of the mine.
The Winfield mine, located in Titus County.
Texas is divided into 2 halves, a northern half
and a southern half. The northern half ol the
Winfield area is located northeast of the town ol
Winfield and approximately 3.5 miles west-
northwest ot the town ot Mt. Pleasant. This aea
is generally bounded on the south by Interstate
30 and on the west by FM 1734. To the north,
property tract lines varying from one to one-half
mile from County Road NW-18 form the bound-
ary ol Winfield north and on the east the area
extends to a line drawn north from the intersec-
tion ot Interstate 30 and FM 199. The southern
half ol the Winfield area is located south-south-
east of the town of Winfield and approximately
3.5 miles west and west-southwest of the town
ol Mt. Pleasant. The area is generally bounded
on the south and west by the Texas Utilities
Services Railway and Lake Monticello. the
southeast by FM 127, and north by Interstate 30.
The Thermo mining area is located in Hopkins
County, Texas and lies approximately three
miles southeast of Sulphur Springs The area is
generally bordered on the north by the Louisiana
Arkansas Railroad, on the west by County Road
2309, on the east by FM 1870, and on the south
by State Highway 11.
Maps printed with this public notice show the
proposed renewal permit area
TUMCO proposes to permanently relocate a
portion of County Road SW-22 (SW-22), which
lies within the permit area in the southwest pvt
of Titus County. In approximately July 1994.
SW-22 will be relocated beginning at a point at
the intersection ot SW-22 and old County Road
SW-20, continuing in an easterly direction ap-
proximately 0.7 miles to a point approximately
0.1 miles west of the Smith Creek Bridge
TUMCO also proposes to relocate a portion
of County Road NW-17 (NW-17) which lies in
the northwest part of Titus County. NW-17 will
be constructed through the reclamation area ol
Winfield-North. The NW-17 relocation will ac-
cess FM 1734 with an existing section of NW
The permit area is contained within the follow-
ing U S. Geological Survey 7.5 minute Quad-
rangle maps for Texas: (1) "Monbceilo." (2)
-Winfield,- and (3) "Sulphur Springs SE "
The application is made pursuant lo the Texaa
Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Act,
TEX. REV. CIV. STAT ANN art. 5920-11
(Vernon Supp. 1992). Interested persons are
invited to submit written comments on the appli-
cation within thirty days after the last date ol
publication ot this notice. Ail written comments,
objections, or requests for a public hewing or
informal conference on the ap plica ton should
be directed to: Marcella Roberts Hearings Ex-
aminer, Legal Division. Surface Mining c/o
Docket Services. Docket No. C2-0061-SC-05-
C, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box
12967, Capitol Staton, Austin, Texas 78711-
The application consists ot 22 volumat, la-
beled volumes 1 through 21. and "ERRATA "
The ERRATA volume contains malarial which
should be reviewed as part of Vie applicator
The application will be supplemented from time
to time, with the supplemental material placed in
separate volumes and filed tor public inspection.
Interested persons should contact the Hearings
Examiner or oominue to check the public copies
ot the appi icabon to de termine its current status.
A copy of the complete permit No. 5A re-
newal, including ERRATA and supplements,
application may be inspected in the main office
of the Railroad Commission ot Texas, 1701
North Congress, William B. Travis Building,
Austin, Texas: the Railroad Commission of
Texas Regional Office, 2202 Old Henderson
Highway. Tyler. Texas: and the office ot the
County Clerks in the Titus County Courthouse.
Mt. Pleasant, Texas and the Hopkins County
Courthouse. Sulphur Springs. Texas.
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 78, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 1, 1992, newspaper, April 1, 1992; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth817685/m1/7/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.