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Annapolis Capital (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Annapolis, Maryland Bytes Dylang staff writer sea anemones waved delicate tendrils through the water while Orange striped fish fluttered past and curious Young faces outside the fish tank peered intently at the underwater scene. Across the room a dead Frog was stretched out on a wooden Block its heart hooked to a machine recording the beats produced by chemical stimulation Long after the natural beat had stopped. Sci tech 70 offers magic of discovery \ a Riper e Tho a trim a .��.,-�. Science the strange mixture of life and death that brings Man to an understanding of himself and his world was the starting Point for the Sci tech exposition at Medford armory on Hudson St. In parole is weekend. The magic of discovery was there yesterday for those who went to find it wandering through the Maze of machinery and lights to the Moon Rock stopping to watch a Spe Lunker climb up to the ceiling on a Cable ladder or sitting nervously while a nurse hooked you up to a machine to record your heart beat. Visitors to Sci tech stopped Short in the aisle giggled and pointed to themselves being televised live on screen set up by cat. Scores of pleased youngsters came away from the Anne Arundel general Hospital exhibit with a Little scrap of graph paper their own personalized Electrocardiogram. Or. Richard i. Hochman and Eleanor West and Mary Prehn both registered nurses manned the Hospital s exhibit on their coronary care unit a four bed unit for intensive care of heart patients. The nurses did egg s on More than 300 persons yesterday. The egg measures the rhythm and rate of each person s heart beat and every pattern is a Little different mrs. West said. Most of the children were apprehensive about their egg she smiled until they realized the three wires attached to their bodies weren t going to Hurt. The popular exhibit was a replica of the unit in the Hospital Complete with a bed and a Dummy of a Man which served to demonstrate the equipment used to save lives when the heart fails. There was also a preserved human heart which mrs. West used to explain How heart attacks happen. Over in one Corner of the student exhibits Booths was a Large Sandbox with a fan mounted on one end. Closer in in its Section revealed a study of Sand dunes Lee Scherer. 15, of High school carted 15 Sand from Ocean City Home to begin study o dunes Are formed a terns of their mov Eim Sand dunes Are a Man because of their he said. Dunes can a houses and towns As and change. Cherei thought a careful Static movements and form of o o o o of w of ariment. The effects of Over Puj Alion on mice has borne out in tested theory that a Jpn la t Ion will eventually Bilbili /f1 in Hiji \3c"s if in i Ronnei i t will successfully is Tain. Continued on Page 2, col. 4 new direct phone number for want ads 168-7000 vol. Xxxvi no. 27t turning Apical mostly sunny and mild Toda with highs in lie upper 50 s. Fai tonight with lows in the upper30 s. Tomorrow s Outlook fair and continued mild. A m pm if Kikm Kohtio Annapolis md., saturday november 21, 1970 . News is further self Honolulu a _ vice president Spiro t. Agnew praised the american news profession Friday As the fair est and finest journalistic com plex in the entire world and said we Are far More compact m we would hav Eible than i am denounced As a foe of All journalism he told an audience of newspaper managing editors and their guests. It May Surprise you to learn that i believe there Are far More strengths than weaknesses. Agnew addressed the associated press managing editors association w ind ing up i to four Day annual meeting in Honolulu. I be really looked Forward to this Day the vice president said. Here we have America s greatest menace to the free press in the eyes of your profession eyeball to eyeball with censorship unlimited according to my he suggested that maybe the managing editors will see fit to preside Over the reconstruction Alton to visit delicate sign i Wicker Basket on main St. Was bringing traffic to a dead top yesterday. One shaggy Type was seen risking life and Imp in a daring dash across the Street to get there before the sellout we presume. But he like others looked closer 5? Traer " word "pl8stlc" Tafte upperc0rner de Edahl photo news briefs j Leo officials fired j Washington the director of the office of economic Opportunity s controversial Legal service program and a top Deputy were fired last & night by Leo chief Donald Rumsfeld. Rumsfeld removed Terry f. Lenzner the program directory and Lenzner a Deputy Frank Jones and named Arthur Reid Deputy general counsel of the Leo As acting director of the program. Red China s Hopes Rise United nations . _ communist China got a foot in the . Door yesterday by we neg a simple majority favouring its admission i not enough to pull it through but enough to Force i the United states to concede that a new situation exists. The general Assembly voted 51 in favor and 49 against seating communist China i and expelling the chinese nationalists. Only adoption of a .-backed Resolution requiring a two thirds vote succeeded in keeping the chinese communists out. 3 hostages released Covington. A heavily armed Ohio prison parolee released three hostages unharmed Here last night police said and escaped aft robbing a local service station. The widespread $ search for a Man identified by Ohio police office a i As James Edward Kelly 42, of Cleveland Wal launched in this area. Police said Kelly hand i cuffed two policemen to a Church sink then took the three hostages and fled from Lisbon Ohio Bubo Timberg staff writer county executive Joseph w. Alton jr., along with 24 other county executives from across the nation is to meet with president Nixon to Lav or be White House. V " Alton who has Long been urging the Federal government to return one per cent of the Federal income tax to local subdivisions said yesterday that he will ask the nation s chief executive to push even More strongly in the next congressional session for passage of a Revenue sharing package. The monday session with the president will highlight a three Day conference of county executives who Are to meet in Williamsburg va., under the sponsorship of the National association of counties. The sessions Are to begin tomorrow and conclude wednesday. The executives will travel to the White House by helicopter. Alton s appearance at the conference will Mark the first time since he took office that he has Ever travelled outside the state of Maryland on county business. During his recent re election Campaign however he promised continued on Page 2, col 7 dignitaries flock to see Manson defends himself by Tikky Langstaff writer Sci tech 70 formally opened its doors to the Public yesterday beginning a three Day expositor on the Progress of science technology and engineering. Vissing dignitaries were rounded up and seated on the stage a Little after the scheduled noon hour official opening but the ceremony proceeded without a hitch after the initial delay. Principal speaker was or William w. Eaton head of the governor s science advisory Council who addressed the of technology audience As a representative of gov. Marvin Mandel. Or. Eaton who holds a . In nuclear physics from Yale stressed the recent focus of scientific personnel on the application of science and technology to the social and Domestic crises facing Man today. He commended the organizers of the Sci tech exposition for the service they perform by striving to acquaint the Community with new scientific ideas As Well As stimulating High school students to participate i the expanding us regents Retreat on control of funds bulletin Hong Kong a radio Hanoi reported that wave after wave of . Bombers attacked North Vietnam Early saturday including a prisoner of War Camp where the station said there were a number of . Prisoner of War radio Hanoi said at least three . Jet bombers and one . Helicopter were shot Down by North Viet namese defenders during the attack. Chase reduces rate new York for the second time in nine Days Chase Manhattan the nation s third Bigg St Bank reduced its prime rate of interest and we quickly followed by Bank of America the nation s largest. David Rockefeller chairman of Chase Manhattan announced that effective monday the Bank s prime Rale the rate of interest it charge it s biggest and most credit worthy customer would be 7 per cent. Trautwein resigns City Post the chairman of the City port wardens James w. Buddy Trautwein resigned thursday night because of poor health. Trautwein has a history of bleeding ulcers and Only two Weeta ago returned from a stay in the Hospital. A self employed electrical contractor Trautwein is 45 and has served As a port Warden for one year if the City Council okays him j. Willis Martin a local insurance broker will replace Trautwein As a port Warden. Baltimore a p the University of Maryland Board of regents voted Friday to take control of student activity funds but then rescinded its action after students leaders warned it could Lead to disorders in co 1 lege Park. The regents also were told that their first vote meant the res ignation of the College Park Stu Dent government association which currently decides How the activity funds will be spent. The action you have just taken has put an end to the Stu Dent government association at the University of Maryland Stu Robinson College Park sea president said after the first vote and before walking out of the meeting room. Student activity fees were not the Only source of protest at the meeting. The regents adopted a five Point plan for improving racial balance at the Baltimore campuses but Blacks denounced the measure As inadequate. The student fund Issue arose when the Board considered a re solution agreeing with an Opin Ion by att. Gen. Francis g. Burch that student activity monies were subject to budgetary control As is any other part of the University. In the past considerable autonomy has been Given the sea m determining How the Money from mandatory student activity fees is spent. The Board could have made the fee optional giving the sea s 22 pages business churches classifieds. Complete authority Over the funds but the regents agreed with a number of students including Mark Kolman president of the student bar association who declared a voluntary fee just would t work. It would be like asking people to pay taxes the Resolution approving the attorney general s opinion made by Richard w. Case was first approved by a split voice vote but after the outburst of student opposition Case withdrew the motion and urged further study. Charles e. Bishop Chancellor Fields of science and technology. At or. Eaton s signal Young rocketeer Randy Biggs and Steve Hinton of the Annapolis association of rocketry went through a simulated rocket countdown and a computer magnetic tape Silleri and broke in two a symbolic ribbon cutting ceremony. County executive Joseph w. Alton or. Addressed his Brief remarks to the student exhibitors commenting that they might enter into the science industries already sprouting in Anne Arundel county. Alderman j. Stuart Whelan or. Representing Annapolis mayor Roger w. Moyer also addressed the Sci tech audience. Opening statements and welcoming remarks were presented by Betty Smith president of the chamber of Commerce of greater Annapolis. The Sci tech exposition is sponsored by the chamber of Commerce. Introductions of Sci tech committee members and visiting dignitaries were made by co chairmen of Sci tech John Samborn and Paul a. Stubbs. Music for the ceremony was provided by the Bates Junior High school orchestra a 40-piece ensemble directed by miss Joyce North. Long before the opening ceremonies hundreds of school children had arrived on chartered buses and were milling around the exhibits. Early morning lectures on the program los Angeles a _ the defense rested its Case in the 23-week

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