Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 22, 1973
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t»l» from NATIONAL WtATMltt · M044, U. THE WEATHER Elsewhere High Low Pr. 41 30 .09 sn 39 27 .07 cdy 43 33 35 23 55 25 57 29 57 24 42 30 47 25 50 38 65 58 35 25 58 39 54 22 36 20 34 20 50 rn 34 14 24 22 cdy cdy clr ch cdy cd cdy .18 ch .12 sn clr clr cdy .21 cdy cdy clr Weather Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany Albu'que Amarillo' Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Denver Des Moines Duluth Green Bay Fort Worth Helena Houson Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Kansas City Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee New Orleans New York Okla. Ciy Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix P'land, Ore. Rapid Ciy Richmond S. Louis Sal Lake San Diego San Fran Spokane Tampa ; Snow Is expected through tonight in. the Great Lakes, the Midwest and northern N e w England. Rain is expected in most of the Gulf Coast states while snow flurries will har- ass the Southwest. Arkansas will remain cold and generally clear. (AP Wirephoto) Interested In Everything Appetite Of Former POW Said Improving ·:, PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) -- ·The listless appetite of returned war prisoner Paul E. Galanti 'was a source of concern when · he arrived a week ago. Now fhospital corpsmen call him ^."garbage gut Galanti." - The commander's attractive, .-blue-eyed blonde wife, Phyllis, laughed Wednesday as she de- ascribed his progress--and appetite --at the Portsmouth Naval ·Hospital. "He's demanding thicker ^milkshakes," said Mrs. Galanti, · with a shake of her head. f- She said Galanti, 33, has received extraordinary treatment -·since his return from V years a North Vietnamese prison 'but he's been most touched by ''the gift of a hospital corpsman ; "He's really been noticing ·cars. And he was touched, after 'he had expressed an interest in -a sports car, when a hospita » corpsman brought him a home imade, painted model of it-?' wrapped as a gift," Mrs. Ga Slant! said. v: When Galanti was captured Jin June 1966, the styles for mei jiwere white shirts and skinny jties, said his wife. I Quints Remain I In Hospital £ CHICAGO (AP) -- Only on lot the quintuplets delivered si "weeks ago to Mrs. James Bae i remains in the hospital. J The first born of the fiv t joined a brother and two sister iat home Wednesday. » T h o m a s , whose weigh ! climbed to 4 pounds, 12 ounces swas taken from Evanston Hos Jpilal to the family home i N o r t h b r o o k . His brothe tDouglas and sisters Vickie nn f Leslie left the hospital Feb. 14. *· The fifth baby, Elizabeth weighs 3 pounds, 8 ounces, an I; officials said she will remain i tthe hospital another two weeks £ Baer, 30, a stockbroker, ha [.expressed a desire that th -children be allowed privacy. * Mrs. Baer, 26, took a fertilit drug and said she was pre ·J pa red for a multiple birth bu 'did not expect five. i Conigliaro Added :· OAKLAND (AP) - Ou ·vfielder , Billy Conigliaro ha ^been added to the Oakland At Pieties' roster and is expected -be a candidate for the startin ''center field job with the wor ^'champions. ; Conigliaro, 25, a right-nan Hbatter who hit .230 with seve \home runs in 52 games befo 'quitting the Milwaukee Brewe ?last June, was acquired fro ftbe Brewers in a deal that se ·Joutfielder Ollie Brown to M Jwaukee. He signed a contra 'with Oakland Wednesday. "He's fascinated now by the ange in styles, but he's .still t sure what's up-to-date." CATCHING UP He's also been watching news m of different periods, she id of her husband's effort to .ten up with the lost years. The Richmond, Va., woman, lairman of the board of the eague of Families of Amerin Prisoners and Missing in mtheast Asia, said her bus and has shown interest in omen's lib. He was kind of groggy from ome tests, and he woke up and sked the nurses: 'What's this thing,'" Mrs. Galanti said uring an interview. "He knew (in prison) I was oing things on behalf of the len," she said of her POW orlc. She said her husband appar- ntly had seen a picture of her aken either in Sweden or in aris on one of her trips on be- alf of the prisoners. She said the league is consid- ring having thousands of POW racelets melted down and made into a commemorative ;atue and then presented to he Smithsonian Institution. She said her husband has no itterness about having lost this ime. He seems to be looking owards the future." about his years in she said. ery word," she added. 11 29 17 .02 61 42 42 18 53 58 38 19 64 40 41 25 71 55 43 22 53 28 72 46 29 17 57 44 45 35 53 28 33 28 67 45 48 31 58 50 62 46 56 28 53 28 44 20 43 23 71 56 68 51 47 33 65 39 clr sn clr clr .04 cdy cdy clr clr clr cdy clr cdy sn cdy cdy cdy cdy clr .03 cdy .82 cdy cdy clr .04 clr clr cdy clr cdy clr cdy Floods And Snow Hit Wide Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Flooding, isolated heavy rains and some heavy snow hit the Southwest today, but most of the nation had clear skies and chilly temperatures. Warm rain falling over snow- packed areas brought flooding to the streets of cities in southern Arizona along with minor flooding of streams and washes. A flood watch was posted for the central basin of Arizona and a heavy snow warning foi the mountains of New Mexico and southeastern Colorado. Most of the precipitation in the Southwest was light. How ever, some heavy rains Southwest Texas and Southern Arizona. Snow dusted areas around the Great Lakes and east through the Ohio Valley and northern and Central Appalachians to the Atlantic. Some areas had as much as an inch of snow. Heavy snow warnings were effect for the central and south ern part of West Virginia, and travel advisories were issued Norlhw«»t Arkansot lIMfcS, lhur»., FAYITTEVILUE, ARKANSAS 21t, W3 Commemorative Coins MONTREAL (AP) -- Commemorative coins to provide revenue for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games will be minted in both silver and gold, it was announced Wednesday in a for the mountains of Maryland. Temperatures before dawn arnged from --4 at Rawlins Wyo., to 60 at Key West, Fla. Some other reports: Anchorage 35 cloudy, Atlanta 36 clear, Boston 40 cloudy, Buffalo 30 snow. Chicago 21 partly cloudy, Cincinnati 22 snow, Cleveland 22 snow, Dallas 47 cloudy, Denver 27 clear, Detroit 17 clear, Honolulu 69 partly cloudy. In dianapolis 20 partly cloudy, Kansas City 28 clear, Los Angeles 58 clear, Louisville 26 clear, Miami 51 clear, Minneapolis-Si. Paul 24 clear, Nashville 31 clear, New York 38 cloudy, Pittsburgh 21 snow, St. Louis 20 clear, San Francisco 54 partly cloudy, Seattle 46 clear, Washington 34 partly cloudy. 27th Birthday Top Second Banana Harvey Konrnan, playing straight man to comedienne Carol Burnett, is regarded us television's top second banana -- the funniest straight man in the business. He and Carol have done nearly 1,008 sketches together. (AP Wire- uhoto) ] e talked aptivity, do that g on ev- joinl statement from Montreal City Hall and the Games' commissioner's office. The 1976 Games Organizing Committee hopes to provide $250 million of its $310 million budget through sale of the : coins, which will come in 30 dif- Iferent motifs. WASHINGTON (AP) Tricia Nixon Cox celebrated her 27th birthday with her parents at the White House, but her husband was away. President and Mrs. Nixon were on hand to share their d a u g h t e r ' s birthday cake Wednesday, but Edward Cox was on Army duty. Ll R LI coun a pi a r. Counties Can't Lease Land For Race Track Use LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A county cannot lease its lands to a private corporation for use as Guy Tucker said Wednesday. "We arc of the opinion thai no legislative authority currently exists to permit such a lease." Tucker said. The opinion went to James A. Hannah, city attorney at Searcy. He also told Hannah and Rep. W. F. Foster Sr. of England thai a city council or city planning commission does not Imve jurisdiction over the zoning of race"tt-ac'kT Atty. Gen'.'Jim land use of county-owned lands within a city limits' if the lands are being used for governmental purposes or other purposes permitted by law. In another opinion, Tucker told Rep. John Paul Capps of Seai'cy that the equipment purchases made by operated water municipally system were subject to the Arkansas sales tax. He said the sales lax tx- emption previously given public water companies was repealed in 1971. 7c off the one that didn't fall apart, ' ' ' f ' ' - . * ' · · " ' - . - . / ' ' ^ Jf '' f ^5*1 ·· "" H * * Kennedy Hiring Questioned By City Official SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The hiring of Joseph Kennedy III, son of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, for a city health department job has been ques- ioned by a San Francisco su- lervisor. Kennedy, 20, was hired by Dr. Francis Curry, city health director, as a temporary coordinator of social and health programs in the Hunters Point and Bayview districts, largely Dlack neighborhoods. "I'm wondering as to why ;his particular person was nired. There may be other people who are better qualified," Supervisor John L. Molinari said Wednesday. Dr. Curry was not available for comment. John Deluca, Mayor Joseph L. Alioto's secretary, said Curry had reported Kennedy's employment to^ the mayor and said by he had been the young "impressed man." 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