Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1973 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 21, 1973
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· North*** ArkaiWM TIMES, Wed., Ml. 21, 1973 rAVBTTBVILLK, ARKANSAS Returned POW Surprised At Skyjackings By KATHBYN JOHNSON PORTSMOUTH, Va. AP) -What the hell is all of this?' asked a returned prisoner of war when he saw a list of air plane hijackings In a news an nual he was reading to catct up on the world he left behlnc nearly seven years ago. A friend who saw Lt. Pau Galanti of Richmond, Va., ii the Portsmouth Naval Hosplta said the officer was astoundec Monday when he read of th' number of hijackings whlcl iad laken place in the Unitec Stales in recent years. "The next section of the book 1 ealt with Woodstock," said the riend, who declined to be lamed. "You're not ready, for that," he friend told Galanti, referring to the 1969 rock music fes- .Ival In New York State. Galanti, who was given ilber- ' during the weekend, spent ..IB time with his wife visiting friends In the Virginia Beach area. He took an intense interest in the new models of cars he saw on the streets. The 33-year-old Galanti knew a lot about color television without having ever seen it-because his cellmate in his North Vietnam prison camp had told him about the technicalities of television, the friend said. Another of the freed prison ers was amazed at the pants suits some of the wives were wearing and at the buckskin shoes a friend wore. Capt. James A. Mulligan Jr of Virginia Beach has been in trigued with color television Frozen Pizzas With Mushrooms Being Recalled WASHINGTON (AP) -- Re calls were under way today for same frozen foods which could contain botulism toxin. The Food and Drug Adminis tration Monday said Stouffers Food Co. was recalling four products which could contain mushrooms contaminated by the bacteria. FDA alsa announced Monday a recall in Michigan for froze pizzas made by a firm whicl and push-button telephones, hi wife says. Mulligan, who was i POW nearly seven years, too his first walk around the hosp! tal grounds Monday on a sunn day. received the canned mushrooms. "Stouffers expects to com- lete their recall by the end of Tuesday," FDA said in a statement. "FDA has no evidence that jny of these Stouffers' products are contaminated, but on the asis of present knowledge all must be considered suspect. · The spokesman said Stouffers and the pizza manufacturer Fabbrini Family Foods of Ossi neke, Mich., had received can ned mushrooms from Unltet Canning Corp. of East Pales tine, Ohio. The FDA over the weekend ordered the recall of 20 lots of 3,000 cans of mushrooms each after botulism toxin was found in some lots by the company and reported to the FDA. FDA tests confirmed presence of the toxin in four lots, and a spokesman said the other 16 lots also could be contaminated. The spokesman said Stouffers. of Solon, Ohio, was recalling "products that could con- tain mushrooms' from United. These products are frozen green beans and mushrooms, rozen escalloped chicken and noodles, frozen tuna noodle cas- gerole and frozen cream of mushroom soup." He urged persons who purchased those items since Feb. 7 to return them to the stores where they were purchased. Ploytr Signed DALLAS (AP) - A University of Arkaniai spokesman m- nounced in Dallas today that the school HQO v s ';i.'lii"iitt,r mprcland to a football letter ^Westmoreland 1. « « « * » « £ High School in Clasi past season. Fashion Conscious Ladies ; Shop at -LONG'S STYLE SHOP 10 EAST CENTER · 442-6571 DQN TRUMBO , . . files ]or school board Trumbo Seeks Election To Fayetleville School Board Editor's Note: This is the third in a series of interviews with the five candidates who have filed for positions on the yayetteville School Board. The Incumbents, Dr. Charles Oxford and Henry Shreve, have Brawn opposition and voters will east ballots for the directors at (he March 13 school election. The election of directors if the poly isiua On the ballot. By PAT DONAT TIMES Stilt Writer (Don Trumbo, who has filed tea a position on the Fayette- »ille School Board says he ia not running against anyone. "1 ·m running for a post," he said. Trumbo is opposed In his bid for election by the incumbent Henry Shreve and Tom Duncan in th* March 13 School Election*. "I have no axe to grind," he ·dd. "The School B o a r d is doing well. Henry has done a good job for 13 years, and i re-elected, will do a good job for another three years. Tom also, if elected, will do a gooc fob. I am not running agalns ·nyone. I am running for post," he Mid. Trambo is a native of Fayetteville and a graduate o the city schools and the Univer ·ity of Arkansas where h received a degree from th Business College. He Is marrie to the former Jan Blessing o Lincoln, Neb. and they hav five sons, Trey, Tex, Ty, Tren and Travis. During the past school yea the Trumbos have been host t · 16-year-old exchange studen from Bolivia, Jose Hollers, genlor at the high school unde the "Youth for Understanding program. The 41-year-old candidate regional manager in th southern region, composed five states for A. G. Kdward and Sons, a St. Louis base Investment house. Trumbo says he has a tw fold Interest in seeking th position. "I have two chlldre in grade school, Iwo in juni high and two at the high school nd I think I know what is ling on. Secondly. I would like make what contribution I can the continued cooperation etween the; School Board, the outh Center and the city, rincipally through its packs nd recreation division," he aid. "I have some experience in he Youth Center and the city nd I like very much the way lese three groups cooperate istead of fussing as they do i some other places,", he ontinued. The candidate sees the drug roblem as the biggest one acing the schools and adds that ie lack of funds and possibly under use ot facilities are [so problems, tut he is not ure of the last. "I don't know of any changes would favor at this time. I m impressed with the curricu- um at all three levels and think . is excellent," he commented. Giving strong support to ocational-technicBl education, Trumbo said "I think, if it is necessary, we should divert a c a d e m i c money to the vocational program. We must continue these programs, at east at the level they are now. If that penalizes the academic ros!Kims, I \voul1 be sorry but t must be done. The vo"atipnal- technical and career training programs are extremely important," he said. Trumbo also favors immediate establishment of kindergartens and does not qualify his support by funding on the state level. "I think that all middle class children go to some kindergarten and get a further jump on those who cannot go for financial reasons and I think they should not get this jump," he said. Trumbo sees the School Board functioning exactly as the Board of Directors for the city, as a policy making board. This Involves, he said, "hiring t h e superintendent and stepping back." "1 think that part of the duty of a director is to listen lo the pubiic and be available," he concluded. y Graham This Is My Answer What relationship is there between providence and luck? I have religions friends who talk more about luck than God. Also, Jive me your estimate of chain Immigration Is Delayed By Wife's Mother MOSCOW (AP) -- Ballet dancer Valery Panov has complained that he is being prevented from immigrating to Israel because of objections from his mother-in-law. Panov was rated one of the Soviet Union's most gifted character dancers until his dismissal from the Kirov Ballet company last year for saying he wanted to live in Israel. His wife, who is not Jewish, was also expelled from the company etlers, which usually .upposed to bring good I.B.M. Thank you, J.M., for sending me that sample of a cliain etter. I've received them, like everyone else, and I know how hey trade on elements of both ear and hope. It's amazing how people, who ordinarily scru- inize even a contract with their mother, can be so blind in the mailer of chance. The answer is they want to be. It's understandable that in i world which is so pragmatic, 10 governed by fixed principles, p e o p l e yearn for that mysterious magic kingdom that pays where nothing is earned, and gives rewards regardless of merit. At best such a world i. elusive, if it exisls at all. believe the doctrine of chance is the bible of the fool. Paul, the Apostle, would have scoffed at the idea of luck, at for wishing to husband. leave with her In a letter to the Leningrad | prosecutor, Panov asked lhat ') the passport office be made to j comply with "Soviet legality.' ! The letter was made available ] to some Western correspond] ents Tuesday by friends of the dtncer. In hl« letter, Panov said the Soviet passport authority re · fused to accept his application becauie his mother-in-law op posed the move. Angered at the hoped-for move, the mother-in-law "several times made attempts on the life of her daughter," Pan ·V wrote. for the Christian, would square wilh leasl view d i c t i o n a r y ' ' . ? definition of providence -- that is, living wilh the help or intervention of a higher power. In Romans 8, he wrote "I am convinced nothing can ever separate us from His love. Our fears. for today, our worries about tomorrow . . . n o t h i n g will ever be able to . separate us from the love of God by. Jesus Christ. say "luck" has no place in the vocabulary of the godly. Someone has aptly «ald -even if there was- such a thing as chance, there's no reason demonstrated Paul would why Providence make use of It. should not Pepsodent or Colgate TOOTHBRUSH ALKA SELTZER CANDY Sheaffer Soft Stroke MARKER 100 Home Office Sugar Toasted Peanuts Peanut Brittle Coconut Brittle ENVELOPES BUTTER DISH Non Detergent MOTOR OIL BALLS KUENEX BOUTIQUE TOWELS Delsey Bathroom TISSUES Kleenex 200s TISSUE Your Chole* Assorted Plastic Storage CONTAINERS RAIN-A-WAY SPRINKLER BASTER Styrofoam Combination SPIN A WRENCHES ICE BUCKETS Home 'n Auto SPONGE CRUB 1/4 or 1/16 Oz. Assorted Sizes Silicons Polishing Dusting CLOTH Hi-Flier KITE STRING Fire King GELATIN FUEL PLASTIC I. I DISCOUNT CENTER j j F O R T H f R t S I [2217 N. College Open 9 to 9 Prices Good Thru Saturday

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