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Jacksonville Journal Courier (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Jacksonville, Illinois A megawatts Institute Aims to save Energy by Julia Rubin the associated press Snowmass Colo. A a decade ago a soft Energy expert Amory Lovins Felt like a gadfly in Energy Industry circles. Now he a More of a guru visited at his Mountain Home Here by a steady Stream of Utility executives seeking advice on How to make their customers kilowatts go further. His clients include Large and Small utilities government agencies and universities around the world. A. Lovins a physicist and his lawyer wife Hunter run the Rocky Mountain Institute out of an Energy efficient building that serves As Home and office. Arguing that new nuclear and traditional Power plants Are no longer economically feasible they advocate a Onega Watts a the amount of electricity saved through conservation a As cheaper than megawatts. Amory believes for example that the United states can operate on one Quarter the Energy it now uses without cutting Back on services if it turns to available technologies such As higher efficiency motor drives and lighting systems. Those changes he says could save $300 billion annually while reducing pollution global warming and the Federal deficit. Consumer Energy needs a what restored film epic returns to the screen los Angeles apr Charlton Heston does no to think he got the part of Moses All by himself in Cecil b. Demiller a epic a it Helen a i think Michelangelo got me the part a he says. The 1956 classic is Back in the news. As part of its film preservation program Paramount pictures has restored prints in 70mm with six track stereo sound. A the ten commandments was shown at two los Angeles Heaters on May 16-24, with engagements to follow across the country. At his Coldwater Canyon Home Heston recalled his dealings with Demille the ultimate autocrat of the movie set. A a Demiller a casting method was very curious a said the actor who had starred for the director in a the greatest show on a you never got to read the script nobody did. He would Tell you the Story of the film from the Point of View of your character. He would Tell you the various scenes and he already had designs for the props and sets and costumes. He would show you All these things but he never would say a i am considering you for this a so you say a id really like to play that part and it would be marvelous to have All you could say was a it certainly sounds like its going to be a marvelous picture or. a then two or three months later he would Call you in and it would be essentially the same thing though he had More things to show you. Finally he made a Choice. But you were never engaged in a dialogue on that score a Heston said. A i think the thing he could never get out of his mind was that Early in the casting process someone pointed out that Michelangelo a a statue of Moses looked very much like me. It really does. The broken nose is the same the cheekbones the Long jaw the forehead the deep set eyes and All Illinois born Charlton Heston was a 27-year-old actor from Broadway and television when he arrived in Hollywood for a five picture contract with Hal Wallis. His first movie was a dark Chuck Heston at 67 has weathered the years Well. He a never dodged a controversy a such As his Battles with the Liberal de Asner Over screen actors Guild politics ads for the National Rifle association and his support of president Bush and other republicans a and he a kept his hand in the profession. He recently starred in a treasure Island a written and directed by Fraser and released on the int network. Heston reported proudly that the movie was picked up by Warner Bros for theatrical distribution. Another new film is a solar crisis a a science fiction tale for release this summer. Tarkam True 3 i Minier uses 272-460 second class postage paid at Post office Jacksonville. Illinois. Published daily and sunday at 235 West state St. Jacksonville Iii 62651. Postmaster Send address changes to Jacksonville journal counter .235 West state St., Jacksonville Iii. 62651. Subscription rates delivered by Carrier $2 per week. By mail one year $98, six months $54 three months $30 one month $10. All mail subscriptions payable in Advance to the newspaper office the journal Cooner by mail is available wherever Home delivery service is not maintained. Lovins Calls a hot showers and cold Beer a would be cheaper because utilities costs would be lower he says. A min a 12-member staff a emphasis on efficiency extends to water resources economic development agriculture and other disciplines. Their ultimate aim says Hunter is to increase global Security by reducing tensions Over raw materials. The loviness done to Call themselves environmentalists since that might imply they reach their conclusions for other than economic reasons. A a it a Wasny to the Clamshell Alliance that shut Down nuclear Power a says Hunter referring to an anti nuclear environmental group. A it was the pin Stripe Alliance. Wall Street just said this is a silly place to put but sometimes rim gets into environmental disputes that involve Energy issues. In the proposed two Forks dam Southwest of Denver rim showed that the Denver water Board could save its customers As much water through an efficiency program As it could through two Forks at one fifth the Cost. The loviness believe they helped influence environmental Protection Agency chief William Reilly to say a couple weeks later that he Likely would veto the dam. Amory spends most of his time these Days on just one of rim s programs comp Titek which is aimed at helping utilities and other Large Energy users increase efficiency. Comp Titek clients now number about 70, from the huge Tokyo electric Power company to the user Academy of sciences. The Wall Street journal selected him As one of a the rising stars the leaders of tomorrow a in a special Centennial Issue last year. According to Amory ifs a far cry from the reception he got in the late 1970s with the publication of his Book a soft Energy at a time when americans were waiting in line for gasoline and worrying about dependence on foreign Oil Lovins challenged traditional ways of looking at Energy and National Security. He argued that National Security was better won by turning to Energy efficiency and renewable Energy sources than by trying to ensure Access to More Oil reserves. He said a a a a it it trading co. Restaurant amp lounge Naples wednesday sunday 754-3457 Stop in and Check out chef Sjohna a Friday special week at a Coleen in Stock sizes Only Sci 97 a Amanda save during Selby week at to subscribers of you do not receive your newspaper first Call your earner of further assistance is needed Call the journal courier office at 245-6121 and ask for the circulation department the circulation department is open 8 a in to 5 . Monday through Friday 8 a m. To 12 30 saturday and 8 Pirn. To noon sunday. Poolside parking nuclear plants eventually would be priced out of the Market As too inefficient. Utility executives still differ with Lovins on Many key Points including the future of traditional and nuclear plants but they Are lending an ear to his talk about efficiency. A a we re just exploring every Avenue we can to make our customers More economical a said Steve Strickland of Arkansas Power and Light co. Of Little Rock ark., which recently signed on As a comp Titek client after Strickland and other executives visited rim. For $15,000, a amp a gets information on new technologies from rim and some consulting time with Lovins. When Strickland and other a amp a executives visited rim they sat around a wooden table with Amory in a building that is a virtual museum of Energy efficient gadgets. The 4,000-Square-foot building which includes living space for a few people and office space for a couple dozen has $50 monthly electric Bills half of which come from one office copying machine the loviness say. Solar heated with 16-Inch Walls the building is built into the North Side of a Hill to protect it from the elements. Insulation is two to three times that of a Normal House. Says Hunter a what matters is if you be got to go out today and build a new Plant or discover new Oil what that a going to Cost us and How does that compare to going out today and building solar panels on your roof or adding attic insulation a the respective answers according to the loviness Are Quot too much a and a not riverboat / a Olivia Many other patterns included in savings during Selby week $4197 a la a photo Dimondale Mich. A a diver attaches a Cable to Day. The owner of the Pool said it could use some a truck carrying chlorine after it plunged into a chlorine but not so much at one time. No one was private backyard Pool being serviced Here tues Hurt in the Accident. Of you re looking for a great Deal. Look no further glider rockers Comfort you can sink into. Sturdy construction for years of Comfort. 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