Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 3, 1975 · Page 44
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 44

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, April 3, 1975
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—ihursday tv«nmg, April 3, 19/5 MOOSE LOOSE—Sixly-lwo-year-old Tony Bubcnik makes his living pretending he's a caribou, moose or deer. Bubcnik lias made a living oul ot studying the reaction of animals to antlers, find somolimes its been dangerous, like the time he was charged by a 1,600-pound bull moose, or when a hunter thought he was the real thing. (AP Wircphoto) Former Governor Plans Life Of 'Good Works' .'POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Former West Virginia Gov. W.W. Barron, just paroled from a federal prison, says he wants to sp-end the rest of his life in retirement doing good works. "This is not jailhousc religion. This is what I want to do." he said. "My minister and my church have given me a wonderful opportunity to serve the Lord. My minister wants mo to go on visitations to the sick, especially those who have cancer like me." Barren's release Friday ended more than three years of imprisonment. He was srn- The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission provides grant support for research at the University of Missouri-Rolla, Professional Engineers provides a scholarship on that campus. U.S. Firms' Entering Soviet Exhibition Exports Limited Hy BARTON KEPI KRT bv Babcock Elpctrrmip.s Pnrn T-T/» wn« rnfnr^mm' */•» *v»«. ««« tu^. *.u«t L. n_ ,-• ...._.. WASHINGTON (AP) - Some 20 U.S. firms plan to participate next month in the Soviet Union's first comprehensive international exhibition for communications systems and equipment. However, recession hardships and government export controls on some equipment with military potential are expected to preclude the Soviets from examining first-hand a variety of more sophisticated '"J.S. electronic gear. "The situation is very bad," said Betlina Parker, head of a New York-based firm which has been seeking to promote U.S. participation in the exhibition, scheduled to run from May 22 to June 5 , "Sort Of Bummer" She added, "Between budget problems for the companies and getting (export) licenses, it's sort of a bummer." Despite this, major American companies committed to take part in the communications trade show include International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., Ampex, Stromberg-Car- Ison Corp., Pitncy-Bowcs and Hewlett-Packard Co. Inc. Mobile color television vans, automatic telephone switching equipment and oscilloscopes are among the products slated for display by American companies at the Moscow show, "Svyaz-75." According to Electronics magazine, a trade publication, Uie Soviets wanted to see advanced superminiature -sealed electromagnetic relays along, with high-frequency coaxial! miniature relays manufactured' by Babcock Electronics Corp. But Babcock has decided against attending the Moscow exhibition, the magazine report cd, adding thai airborne-corn munications components are among other equipment embar goed by export controls. Leo Welt, head of a Chicago firm that specializes in developing Soviet and Eastern European trade, disputed Miss Parker's assessment of the prospects for U.S. participation in Svyaz-75. He said his firm, Welt International, was handling arrangements for seven American companies which "ali look forward to business transactions at the end of the exhibition and in the future." Congressional critics, particularly Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., contend that the United States must guard against export of sophisticated technology which could enhance the Soviets' military potential. Observing With Interest A spokesman for the Senate permanent investigations subcommittee, headed by Jackson, commented on the upcoming Moscow show, "We're continuing to observe with interest any exports to the Soviet Union so that we certainly don't have another debacle like Krimlekh- nika." RECORDS A full line of Singles and Stereo tP Albums. You may listen before you buy! U.V. BLAKE RECORD CENTER 2401-34th 795-6408 n-)2 He was referring to the con troversy Jast summer over plans by some U.S. companies to^ display advanced police in- vestigatory apparatus at a Soviet criminology exhibition. Most of tho firms pulled out of the shoW when the Commerce Department imposed stricter export controls. Welt, in a telephone interview, contended that stringent controls on technology transfer are questionable because "if the Soviets want to do something, they can do it. .,. But it may be more expedient for them to buy the technology. "As (Soviet Premier Alexei) Kosygin said, 'It saves us hundreds of millions of rubles to buy technology from the West than doing It ourselves. 1 An he's right," Welt said. ., Noting that electronics firms from around the world will be taking part in the Moscow communications exhibition, he said. 40-LB. MEAT PAK I U leu r-o,. ,!, iy lt>i 8{^,ji 10 Itri Grt,^ , 10 U>» fry*,, 5 POINT MEATS 4919 34th SUS5354 DISCOUNT MEATS 4116 AVE. Q. 74^33, 0 IB MEA f PAK 3 IB $ 1 99 Pkg. I PORK RIBS , 98 e US GOOD CHUCK ROAST ,69' SHOULDER ROAST 79 ( U.S. GOOD ARM ROAST „ 89 C COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE 3, s *l 50 GROUND BEEF 3 LBS.M 50 "KHWATER j TVP I ADDED FOOD STAMPS Ufotcome CATFISH STEAK * 69 C ioi% Mltl .Mm ; USDA GOOD HEAVY BHF W OR WHOIE BEEF IB .79 C HIND QUARTER is.93 c FRONT QUARTER ,.».69 C Prices obey* includes cutting to your specifications, wrapped in freeier paper, frozen o*d ready for your freezer. tenced lo 12 years and fined 550.000 when he admitted bribing (he foreman of a fcdei-al jury which had acquitted him of bribery charges in 1968. The former state attorney general and governor believes ho deserved (he parole from a, prison facility at Eglin Air Force Base, "I am conscious of the fact I have brought dishonor not only on myself hut alsa on the people of the state of West Virginia," do said. "I passionately and respectfully ask those people to open their hearts with understanding and. with all their compassion, say: "I forgive you." Ban-on said he plans to live at his Pompano Beach apartment with his wife, Opal, but wants b-> "visit roy two daughters and five grandchildren in West Virginia and my daughter and two grandchidrcn in Atlanta. Buy Three, 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour 4 teaspoons baking powder \2 cup Imperial Granulated Sugar V? teaspoon salt ] A teaspoon cinnamon /z cup raisins 2 eggs, beaten >j cup butter or margarine, melted 1 cup milk Sift the dry ingredients together and mix in the raisins. Mix beaten eggs, butter or margarine and milk together. Combine the two mixtures and stir gently—just enough to dampen the flour. Allow mixture to stand 15 to30 minutes. Fill muffin tins 'A full and bake in preheated 350°F. oven for about 20 minutes. Makes 15 muffins 2^ inches in diameter. NOTE: To save time, muffins can be baked without waiting time but product will not be as light. If preferred, cardamom can be used instead of cinnamon.' And 1 cup frozen or well-drained canned blueberries, 1 cup finely chopped dried apricots or 1 cup fresh chopped apples may be substituted for raisins. This is one of a series of twelve new Imperial Sugar Economy Recipes appearing weekly in this newspaper. If you would like a handy folder with all twelve recipes, send your name, address, zip code and a red pure cane block from an Imperial bag or carton to: Imperial Sugar Company P. O. Box 590 Sugar Land, Texas 77478 The folder will be sent to you free postpaid. IMPERIAL SUGAR JRapR^f ^ ^*£S5«2E»«*~ This one's The only thing better than a Tony's Pizza is a FrccTbnyV Pr/./.a! Mow your mouth can go on a pi^<i spice for free. When you buy three Tony's PIZMS the coupon below will help you get a fourth one for free. Jusl clip the Tony's man from the labels of three 1 l"or larger Tony's P\u>.is and mail with the coupon below. Triplc- pac excluded. We'll send you a store coupon good fora free Tony's Pitta. Then your mouth is free to flip for !he zestyTony's sauces and cheery cheeses. Turn cartwheels for those mouth watering mushrooms. Do tailspins over the tangy pepperoni and sausage. Come on. Buy three and fjet one free. Your mouth will love you ior it. Oh yes. And have your mouth ask your c|rocer for Tony's by name. We like to be talked about in the best places. Buy Three,get "~ " Here s how ir, ,,<•! yo ,jr free 1 I" lony's pi//o. Just rut nuMlw Tonv's nwn fron> the label of any three (3) 11" or larncr f ro /cn Tony's pi../« I his form must ricton ipdny your order. Mdi I by midnight MAY 5 1975 Offer excludes tnplc-piick pi^ ( is. P|(;<JSC .send me a Mnro cci ufnale for one Free 11" Tony's P'utn I am eiKloMMgtlire;: (J) Tonys' men clipped f, O m the label of three (3) MAMll. ADUK'LSS. CITY. ^ ' Y MAii: .XJP ^'rdc < l'vf, <:0 'vo°d P 7/,'"' ;ilV °"" 1ri "' ! 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