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Annapolis Capital (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Annapolis, Maryland Commerce Secretary visits Moscow Brief to review soviet Trade policy fido finds Home Skippy sits in the Middle of the Richard Gates family in Kenyon minn., where the former Mascot of Gates army platoon it South Vietnam has found a Home. It Cost Gates jew to take Skippy Home with him after i discharge but he said leaving the dog would be just like leaving part of himself in Vietnam. Skippy u shown with Gates wife Roxie and two daughters Angela left and Tracy. Moscow a soviet american Trade a stepchild of Washington s relations with Moscow will get some in Tensive expert attention starting today when Secretary of Commerce Maurice h. Stans arrives for an 11-Day visit. The fact that stans is the Nuon administration s first Cabinet level envoy to Russia and the first Commerce Secretary Ever to visit the soviet Union indicates the importance president Nixon Aua civics to developing economic exchanges with the russians . Sources say. That stans will be ushered into a meeting with Premier Alexei n. Kosygin almost immediately after his plane touches Down underscores the emphasis the russians Are putting on the stans visit. One . Diplomat summed up this Mutual interest by rioters rampage in the nation in Tokyo source of bad soup found Camden n j. The Campbell soup co. Reported Friday it found the source of bacteria in some of its Texas produced Chicken vegetable soup last summer and has taken corrective Steps to prevent its recurrence. The company blamed the incident for a big drop in business. W b. Murphy Campbell president said this was our first and we Are determined that it will be our last experience of this Murphy commented m a statement prepared for the annual stockholders meeting today. He said Campbell profits for the first Quarter of fiscal 1972 ended last oct. 31, declined 34.8 per cent Over a year ago., enzyme danger called Small Washington a report from the National Academy of sciences National research Council says detergents containing enzymes do not pose a significant Hazard if used As directed. The study was requested by the food and drug administration a year ago and appeared thursday at a time when enzyme containing Wash products have diminished in be. Consumer concern Over possible had effects of enzymes has accounted for the decline in enzyme use and promotion. The panel recommended further study of the question. Dad wants to see Sale kids Anderson ind the Stepfather of two children Whu allegedly were offered for Sale by two men in Jacksonville fla., says he is trying to raise Money for him and his estranged wife to travel to Florida. Jimmie d Davis a 74-a-week maintenance employee said his wife Dorothy Cox Davis 24, had left Home with the children nov. 4. He said he had no word of her until the Jacksonville Story broke and he Learned she was living in Oklahoma City. He wants to pick her up there and then go on to Florida. Two men arrested in Jacksonville William o Hara 37, an Oklahoma City boy scout Leader and Robert Westenhauer 22 have been charged with trying to sell Theresa Ann Cox 3, and her brother Robert Cox 2, to a police informer for $7,000 and a used car in the world air fare War averted Honolulu Chiet executives of 24 transatlantic airlines which have been flirting with an All out fare War have reached a Compromise agreement that will reduce Many rates Between North America and Europe. Basic agreement on the new fare Structure was announced by h. Don Reynolds assistant director general of the International air transport association at the organization s 27th annual general meeting. New rates on key transatlantic routes were described As a Compromise Between West Germany s Lufthansa airlines which first moved to slash fares and reluctant american carriers. Am to mtwm41 we emf Mac. To. 0m. Weather k cast lain it expected today in Florida and Fht extreme Pacific Northwest. A will by Contr in the North pm Taini and Milder in the Ohio and ten Valet Arta. Tomorrow s tides today s forecast partly Cloudy today with highs in mid to upper is nightly lows in mid to upper my. Tomorrow partly Cloudy with Alghi in 50i. Chance of precipitation an or cwt today and 10 per cent tonight Sun rides i to . Sun net 4 44 . Moon rim 1 32 . Moon lets 1 31 . Ann Poui Edgewater fair Haven Sandy it. Shady Side High Tow 6 h am 1 39 am 7 42 pm 12 15 pm 6 07 a 1 01 am 7 13 pm 11 44 am 13 am 12 it am 19 pm 10 Ham 47 am 1 59 am 53 pm 12 31 pm 10am l Jam 7 11 pm 11 m pm Tokyo a radicals de manding that forces leave Okinawa rampaged with fire bombs Friday night burning Down a restaurant in a Central Tokyo Park the restaurant s 57-year-old night watchman arrived to find the four Story wooden building in flames. He collapsed and died of a heart attack police said. The Radical attacks also included a second foray into the Western Tokyo commercial Cen Ter called Shibuya where a not policeman was injured fatally in skirmishes last sunday. Police said they arrested 1, 785 persons in Tokyo and 1,856 persons nationwide. In novem Ber 1969, when radicals tried to Stop prune minister Eisaku Sato from going to Washington to arrange for Okinawa s re turn from . To japanese Rule police arrested a similar number of suspects. In Friday night s Battles of rocks and fire bombs 15 police men and 10 civilians including demonstrators were injured police said throughout the country More than 500,000 persons demonstrated mostly in orderly Fash Ion against the .-Japan re version agreement which will allow continued operation of . Bases on the Pacific Island even after the United states hands Okinawa Back to Japa Nese Rule next year. The demonstrators moved from in front of the Imperial Palace to the restaurant one of the first Western style restau rants in Japan. Nearby bands of radicals fought police on the Ginza the times Square of Tokyo Burn ing police boxes and cars building fires with trash on the streets and throwing rocks. Police fought Back with tear Gas and water Cannon. While trying to Cope with the radicals guerilla style attacks police also had their hands full trying to control crowds of curious bystanders. In Shibuya nearly 1,000 Stu dents fought police hurling fire bombs at a police station a gasoline station and some shops. Throughout the country some 150 unions staged Brief work stoppages. After Sato s ruling Liberal democratic party pushed the Okinawa agreement through a lower House committee wednes Day opposition parties reacted with a Boycott. Saying the United states needs to sell and the soviets need our development capital and the skins visit comes at a tune when the . Balance of payments is till showing a chronic deficit and when official soviet policy proclaims its passion for promoting understanding and cooperation with the West. Informed sources say stans will explore the possibilities and limits of expanding economic dealings. They add that stans May come to an understanding with the russians but that no formal document either a Trade agreement or a communique is planned. The kind of things he is expected to discuss with Kosygin Are the Supply of . Technology for soviet projects and the joint exploitation of the soviet Union s Mineral and Energy resources the arrival of stans is the latest in a series of events indicating what one dose observer described As rapid movement of the .-russian Trade front Long neglected and viewed with suspicion. The events following in Quick succession included on nov. 5, administration sources disclosed that a $136 Milhon Grain Sale had been concluded with the russians. Five Days later Deputy soviet Trade minister Vladimir a Ikhilov red a delegation to the United states to discuss financing of development projects in the soviet Union. On nov. 11, a top Kremlin adviser on . Affairs Georgy Arkatov wrote in the monthly journal .a. An important sphere of common interests for the .s.r. And the .a. Can be. Extension of com Merakal economic and scientific technological cooperation. One cannot regard As Normal the present Low level of Trade Between the .s.r. And the .a." citing american experts Arbatova said Trade Between the two nations under favourable conditions could reach a billion or even two billion dollars in the next few America s Trade turnover with the soviet Union totalled $177 million last year. On thursday the . Government approved Export licenses for the shipment of $528 . Worth of equipment and services to Russia for the pro posed giant truck Plant on the Kama River. Sources Here cautioned against expecting tha approval of the licenses Louici be Fui Luw de by a full $528-million in crease in exports to the soviet Union since the Over All figure May include the bids of several competing companies for the same part of the project. Nevertheless it was the largest single Export License approval Ever recorded for the soviet Union. The Kama River project planned As the biggest truck Plant in the world is Only one Type of Deal for which the rus sians want . Capital and know How. Another As Kosygin told a group of visiting americans last july is joint . And so met participation in developing soviet natural resources. A Model agreement in soviet eyes is the Deal they signed with the germans last year under whose terms West Germany is to provide wide gauge pipe and will be repaid Over 20 years with deliveries of natural Nixon leaves convention president Nixon Center shakes hands with delegates As he leaves the Al to convention on Miami Beach after leaking to he labor federation. Nixon Laid he will continue his efforts to halt inflation with or without the cooperation of labor. Tests show Amchitka unharmed by blast Washington a the atomic Energy commission said Friday that preliminary lab tests indicate this month s underground nuclear blast on Alaska s Amchitka Island was a Success and apparently caused no permanent harm to animal or Plant life. The dec said however that there was some temporary damage. Before the blast opponents expressed fear damage might be great and widespread. The Agency said that in the aftermath of the nov. 6 explosion it found the bodies of 14 dead sea otters with autopsies indicating that at least 12 died from effects of the blast. Two injured otters and two abandoned Otter pups also were sighted and presumed to have died the dec said. Four dead seals All apparent victims of the blast. Hundreds of dead fish. Sixteen dead Birds All but one of them killed by the blast. Three or four Bald Eagle nesting Sites along the Bering coast and two on the Pacific coast destroyed one nesting site on each coast appears unstable and subject to weather the a said however that eagles often change nesting the russians Are seeking for eign participation in exploiting an enormous Copper Deposit in the Lake Baikal Region of Siberia. Various estimates of the Cost of the project begin at a billion dollars. Sites and it is not believed that the losses will affect the popu lation " no dead eagles have been found it said. The dec also said there Are fewer otters m the Bering sea near the Island where the water is muddied for some Dis Tance out because of filtration from turf the Otter population around other areas of the Island appeared about Normal the dec said. The Agency said preliminary tests at its Lawrence liver More Laboratory South of san Francisco indicated that the test yielded the desired info but the dec said a More de tailed review of data from the test would be needed. The Agency said it Hopes by next Spring to Drill into the Cav Ity created by the Mast to evaluate fully the performance of the spartan warhead which was the dec said there has been on detectable release of radio activity into the sea or air permit Bill wins support continued Rompage 1 provided or the health fire Public works state Highway and planning departments. Construction plans should also be approved. Baldwin suggested that the onus for proving that a permit meets the requirements of the various departments be placed on the builder As an Exun Ole Baldwin said that a builder who wanted to construct a Home on property without Public sewer nearby would have to have a percolation test taken by tie health department. He said that if the builder applies for the permit with the test m hand the process could be made that much faster Baldwin said he would at tempt to consult with Collinson about the Bill in the near future. This should have happened he concluded. He pointed out one Aid to the system that might be expanded. Baldwin said that when permit applications come m for Large commercial buildings a meeting is conducted with representatives All the departments that must approve. He said that a Board com prised of these representatives might facilitate faster review and approval of applications but said that members of the Board might become too removed from their various departments to know what s going on. John c. Harding or. Wrote Collinson on wednesday adding the support of the West River civic federation to the Bill. Harding wrote that the 13 civic associations originally banded together because of their disenchantment with the Way building permits were he continued in Many cases m the Galesville area commercial interests began construction of projects which Many of our citizens Felt were not legally permissible for Lack of adequate Par Kaig health reasons Etc. By the time we Learned of these Pru Jeus he continued we were told it was too late to Stop them. Obviously this thwarts the will of the new Joruby and if the practice is abused could act As a pay off for political support. Nonpublic official he wrote to Collinson should be placed in such a obituaries Lee Stewart sue c. Molter angered new York rep. Shirley Chisholm expert tet an Ger Friday at being left out of election planning meeting and Tell men of the Hoote Black caucus they better Wake up " mrs. Chisholm say the should have in included in the for. Umi because the it a candidate for the democratic presiden tial nomination. Funeral services will be held monday for mrs. Cora Lee Stewart 62, of Oak Ridge apartments in Glen Burma who died yesterday at the Annapolis nursing and convalescent Home. Services will be held at 11 . At the Robert s Barranco funeral Home in Severna Park. Burial will follow in Louden Park cemetery in Baltimore the widow of the late Robert j. Stewart mrs. Stewart was a member of St. Martin s Church of Severna Park and the Peggy Stewart chapter of the Dar. Include a step daughter mrs. Ann Stewart of Annapolis and three step grandchildren. A funeral mass for sue c. Molter former member of the Severna Park homemakers club will be offered at 10 . Monday in St. Mary s roman Catholic Church. Burial will be in Meadow Ridge memorial Park. Mrs. Molter died yesterday at Anne Arundel general Hospital. She lived at 1307 Van Buren dr., and was a former resident of Severna Park. A Rosary service will be held sunday at 8 . In the Taylor funeral Chapel 147 Duke of Gloucester St. Survivors include her husband Charles c. Molter two daughters miss Joan s. Molter and mrs. Anthony p. My a of Orlando fla., three grandchildren and a brother Joseph e. Walsh of Lagrange 111. Cambodia asks for s. Viet guns Saigon a hard pressed Cambodia Hai called on South Vietnam for Engineer and big guns to reopen the sup ply route to its imperilled forces on the northeastern front. South vietnamese officials said Friday that High Cam Bodian officers flew to Saigon with a request for 36 South vietnamese if Sun to wits and Crews and an engineering , the North vietnamese have Cui Highway 6 Between the cambodian capital of phenom penh and a 20, k Taun task Force that it out in october to dear the vital Northern route. Only thursday american officials disclosed that Cambodia had asked for More air support and . Fighter bombers had stepped up attacks on enemy forces there the past 10 Days. It had been expected that Cambodia would ask for help in the defense of phenom penh against 2,000 enemy troops in threatening positions about 12 Miles West of the downtown Section of the Capiti. Western military men in phenom penh said the enemy Force is Loo Small to mount a full attack on the capital. The big cambodian Force on the northeastern front u in apparent disarray after the fall last week of ,�2 Meta Northeast of phenom penh on Highway 6. This gave the ene my control of a four mile Sec Tion of Highway 6. The South vietnamese officials said that if president Ngu yen Van Thieu approves Cam Bodia s request he May want to Send government infantrymen to keep the big guns from falling into enemy hands the cambodians insist they can provide sects it the apparent did not ask for infantrymen be cause they have accused South vietnamese troops of misconduct among the civilian popu lation while operating in Cam Bodia. On the phenom penh front a dense pall of Black smoke from napalm strikes marked enemy positions on a tree line West of the capital associated press correspondent Robin Mannock said in a dispatch from the Cap ital. Mannock reported cambodian officers at the front told him then us been Natl ground fighting since an enemy and Vance halted earlier this week. Brig. Gen. Setter Fernan Dei in command of cambodian forces under orders to drive the North vat name a Viet Cong out of rocket rang of the capital took a slightly different View from the Western military men in phenom penh. We must be governed by the worst possible hypothesis that the enemy intends to attack phenom penh he said. He conceded the enemy also could move out to Cut Highway 5, the vital Rice Road to the Northwestern agricultural prov Ince of Batte bang or to make new attacks on Highway 4, the Road to the sea. Fernandez Twu my owl kit other enemy regiment had been located in the area and he had assigned eight battalions to keep an Eye on this potential threat. Altogether about Cam Bodian troops Are deployed in a wide arc less than five Miles from phenom penh s Western City limits. In the air War two . Phantom jets attacked an antiaircraft site similes above the Demilita Iid tone for the week s third protective reaction strike and the year s Takh the . Command reported. The enemy fired on a unarmed , recon Aiace Piane Over the North and Ita it escorts retaliated with unknown results and no damage to the .pjane, the command saw. In . Ground action one american sold Fer was reported Wlad thursday

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