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Argus (Newspaper) - October 17, 1976, Fremont, California
Tetter from Europe toe Argus sunday october Fremont Newark Calif. Page 3 in Germany the single men beware it f j5 5i Mit pfc re Wilmer Ficq l. So Fofiu aim nil unman c Lih Mill Start at my Floyd l. Spark and hit it Betty recently returned from a trip to a rope. Thit it flu fifth in a Tenet of Imp Letnom he hat written about their sex it Rienti. 9l Floyd l. Sparks miscellaneous observations in Germany married women Wear wedding rings on the right hand single men beware we tried to go to dinner at the Hilton hotel in Basel. Switzerland saturday night so i could use a credit card and was told the dining room was closed. Stores were closed on saturday. Department and other stores close from . To . In Small German restaurants gals paid for their own Beer. Girls in the Motel dining room in Yugoslavia paid for their own breakfast whether in couples or groups. I wonder when women s lib will Start at Home. In inn Elwald Switzerland we saw a Hummingbird feeding on a fuchsia Plant. He was one third the size we have in our Back Yard. I thought he was a Large Bee at first. We finally saw some european Deer. They Are about half the size of our coast Deer and Are dark Brown with longer hair. They re not As Graceful. In 1964 in Switzerland we saw Many men with rifles on their backs while Riding bicycles or motorcycles. We also saw them at target practice. Perhaps now they re inside cars we saw some men not in uniform with More Modem military guns. About every Man in Switzerland 16 years or older has his own gun at Home with ammunition. Switzerland has virtually no crime. People kill people not guns. Gun control advocates should study Switzerland and work to change people not to control guns. We came into katrina Greece in Early evening the City Square was filled with walking people. We inched our Way through the streets to the hotel. I tried a meat pie then a cheese pie. The outside was fib dough delicious. It took one minute to Cross the Border from Germany to Austria. There is no Border Stop at Liechtenstein. It is 30 minutes crossing from Germany to Switzerland one hour from Yugoslavia into Greece. It took several minutes at the greek Border to explain that our car. Registered under the title of the daily review belonged to us. One time we wanted to Stop at a new zealand Motel to eat. The girl asked if we were guests of the Motel or she checked with the chef and reported they did not have enough food for casuals. We ran across the counterpart of that on a menu that listed specialities and actualities in a Basel Switzerland restaurant. In some countries not on this trip the Bill was always placed Between a Napkin and Given to us. In Vienna the waiter got a clean Napkin and presented the Bill to us on top of the Napkin. One of our amusements is to make time and motion studies of the men in restaurants in Large hotels where it seems everyone is trying to Boss everyone else. Our gals at Home can serve twice the people in half the time with one tenth the noise and commotion. Shirley Barbara and you other gals have spoiled me. I am coming Home. Tho wine connoisseur 37 award winning sparkling wines t Lawrence ral7ab master Hoo Triina it if fondant by Robert Lawrence Balzar among the straws in the wind that indicate the economic health of the nation is improving is the Rise in the Sale of Champagne the Sag in consumption of the festive bubbly during the recent doldrums was perhaps just As significant but the first six months of 1976 showed an 84 per cent increase Over the same comparable period of 1975. Imported sparklers got almost As much lift As our Good native champagnes which Means that the whole Range from to per bottle was the right wine answer for moments of Celebration. How do you go about choosing Champagne it has been said that there s a Beer for everyone s taste and from the number and variety of sparkling wines the same truth applies. But As in All such Man made fermentation beyond Sweet and dry. There Are qualitative differences where the guidance of experts can Lead not Only to the Best buys but save an occasional disappointment in Quality. For the last three years the los Angeles times Home Magazine the sunday supplement has invited tasting panels of wine experts to draw their collective focus of judgment upon an International spectrum of wines. This year the area of search was for the Best of All champagnes and other sparkling wines. The panel included 12 Champagne masters two famous restaurateurs one of whom is a winemaker in his own chateau Vineyard in Spain and this lifelong observer of the International wine scene. The 15 met for two Days of tasting evaluation of 96 leading examples in the historic chalet of the Paul Masson Vineyard in the sky overlooking the Santa Clara Valley where commercial Champagne making had its beginning in this country. Awards for 37 outstanding selections were derived from a careful tabulation of the secretly held scoring. Forty years of familiarity with Champagne is no match for the uninterrupted concentration upon sparkling wines in four two hour sessions during two Days of tasting. This was one of my first discoveries at the end of the first Day s tasting session which brought 46 examples of bubbly White wine before us from France. Italy and Germany. Dom Perignon s joyous dedication of win making in the i7th Century began that sophisticated Art which insures a clean and timely effervescence of otherwise Ordinary White table wine. Ordinary the word is trigger to not Only the secret of Fine Champagne but to Dom Perignon s most fundamental contribution to the Art of the Champagne Black Africa leaders to meet i dares Salaam Tanzania up Black Africa s presidents will meet in Lusaka Zambia today to discuss Progress made toward Black majority Rule in Rhode Sia. A government spokesman said yesterday. T the spokesman said he would t be surprised if Rhode Sian nationalist leaders also attended the meeting. The news of the talks came As rhodesian nationalist Leader Joshua Nkomo said in Lusaka that Britain had agreed to put Back the formal opening of the Geneva conference on three Days to oct. 28. A statement by British foreign minister Anthony Crosland in London said the delay in the formal opening was being taken in View of the difficulties some of the parties Are having in getting their members to Geneva in i am still inviting delegates to Convene in Geneva on 21st for preliminary talks Crosland said. The frontline the Black nations that Border on Rhodesia and Namibia South West africans headed by president Julius Nyerere and includes Mozham president Samora Mae Hel zambian president Kenneth Botswana s president sir Seretse Khama and president Agostinho Neto. Arrested in kidnapping i Fulda. West Germany up police arrested three men yesterday after they received a Ranson of and unharmed a West German millionaire they kidnapped eight Days ago. Police said the Ransom was recovered and two of the men they abducted Wolfgang Gutberlet 32-year-old owner of a Chain of 27 supermarkets oct. 8. Police were looking for a fourth suspect. Gutberlet was held blindfolded and bound to a Radiator in a Frankfurt apartment until his release yesterday. I the kidnappers let him go after his wife following their placed the Karaam Money in her car and left it the Frankfurt Kassel superhighway Friday night. Police watched two men pick up the Ransom and drive off in a red car. Police moved in on the kidnappers after Gutberlet was released. News Media kept the kidnapping secret at the request of the police. France expels soviet spy Paris up France disclosed yesterday it expelled a i soviet Diplomat caught red handed trying to buy the plans for a secret new Jet engine at a Church. Interior minister Michel Poniatowski a frequent target of r soviet press attacks gave unusual publicity to the spy Case indicating a sudden Cooling of relations Between Paris and Moscow. Interior ministry officials said counter espionage agents i arrested Michael so Kiev. 36, who was wearing a wig and glasses after he was handed a dossier allegedly containing the plans tuesday night under the porch of notre Dame de la Gare Church at Paris place Jeanne d arc. The soviet Diplomat refused to answer any questions at counter intelligence Headquarters except to confirm his identity officials said. They said Sotov Icv was told he was being expelled and counter espionage agents put him aboard a Moscow bound Airliner at orly on thursday. They said Soloviev had been in for two years As member of the embassy Trade department. Master the blending of different grapes and. Today wines to make the base wine the Cuvele. Vat or bubbly begins. After each tasting session with intense silent concentration upon the wines the bubbles seemed to be Only incidental to the Structure of the wine. I made a note a Champagne is made in the perhaps i had realized it before but this tasting confirmed that truth More emphatically with every group of wines put before us. The yeast the Champagne yeast which accomplishes the bubbles in the bottle via a secondary fermentation with its natural residue which must be removed via the Methode cant bouquet factors. Here is the Champagne nose but it emanates from the wine the Basic wine the Cuvele How it is put together from which grapes from which Region in which proportion is the secret of every Champagne master. Like a delegation of wizards our tasters met and from the authority of their opinions you May know the following 37 award winning sparkling wines Are some of the finest in the world each is rated on the University of California Davis 20-Point scoring method. French Virr tags Brut Champagne 1st Piper Heidsieck 1969 Brut Champagne. 49 with a rating of 17.3. 2nd Moet Chandon 1969 Brut Imperial with a rating of 15.5. 3rd Bellinger 1970 Brut Champagne. Rated 154 French non Vintage Brut Champagne 1st Baittinger Brut la rated 16.0. 2nd Louis Roederer Brut Champagne. Rated 15.7. 3rd Moet Chandon Brut Imperial. Rated 156 French special bottling Cham Pagnoi 1st Baittinger comes de Champagne Blanc de Blanc 1989 Champagne Brut. Rated 16.8. 2nd Perrier Jouet Belte Poque 1969 special Reserve Champagne. Rated 16.3. 2nd Louis Roederer 1970 Cristal Brut Champagne rated 16.3. 3rd Heidsieck Monopole 1969 Cuvele Diamant Bleu rated 16.2. French entry dry champagnes 1st Mumm s extra dry Champagne. Rated 16.0. 2nd Laurent Perrier extra dry Champagne. Rated 15.8. 3rd Moet Chandon extra dry White Star Champagne rated 15.3. Other French sparkling Winet 1st Langlois chateau sparkling Saumur Blanc de Blanc rated 15.0. 2nd Henri Piper Joli Brut. Rated 14.8. 3rd chateau Mon contour sparkling vouvray. Rated 14.6. Italian spa Riding wines 1st Fontana Fredda Asti a Yumante. Rated 16.4. 2nd Inzano Asti a Yumante rated 15.8. 3rd Calis Sano Asti a Yumante. Rated 15.5. Gorman sparking Winn 1st Blue nun sparkling Liebra Milch. Rated 13.6. 2nd Henkel extra dry sparkling wine rated 12.8. California Bohte Fennone Brut champagnes 1st Beaulieu Brut 1971 Napa Valley Champagne. Rated 16.5. Bid Mirassou 1972 Brut California Champagne. A std 15.7, 3rd Almaden California Brut Champagne. Rated 15.3. California special bottling champagnes 1st Beaulieu Napa Valley 1971 Champagne de chardonnay rated 16.2. 2nd sch Ramsberg 1973 Napa Valley Blanc de Blanc 95 rate 16.1. 3rd Weibel California chardonnay Brut Blanc de Blanc California Champagne. Rated 15.7. California extra dry champagnes 1st Paul Masson extra dry Champagne. Rated 16.1. 2nd san Martin extra dry California Champagne. Rated 15.6. 3rd Weibel extra dry California Champagne. Rated 14.8. California Char mat bulk process champagnes 1st Christian Brothers California Champagne Brut. Rated 15.0. 2nd Stanford California Champagne extra dry rated 14.7. Champagne extra dry 1st Christian Brothers California Champagne extra dry rated 14.7. 2nd Jacques Bonet California Champagne. Rated 14.3. . More vulnerable than Ever on Arab Oil snowfall eases Washington up in a warning on the third anniversary of the Arab Oil embargo a senior Petroleum Industry official said yesterday americans act As though an embargo would never happen again when in reality they Are More vulnerable than Ever. Consumption of imported Oil has More than doubled in the United states since the 1973 embargo caused service station lines factory layoffs and the threat of gasoline rationing said american Petroleum Institute president Frank n. Ikard. He said imports from Arab nations have shown the sharpest increase of All. As a result Ikard said any new embargo could be even More effective and devas he said the government has done Little to Lessen the threat. When the arabs shut off the tap on oct. 18, 1973, two weeks after the Start of the Middle East War the United states was importing an average 3.2 million barrels of Oil a Day. Only 18 per cent of that Oij or barrels came from Arab Wells. The embargo lasted five months. When the flow resumed imports began growing As Domestic production declined. By mid-1976, preliminary figures show imports stood at an average 6.8 million barrels a Day. The share supplied by the Middle East support China purge had increased to 30 per cent or slightly More than 2 million barrels a Day. Americans Are burning up Energy at a record rate As though an embargo would never happen Ikard said. Saudi Arabia this year for the first time passed Venezuela As our chief overseas sup plier and other Arab nations Algeria Lybia and the United Arab emirates have All increased their shipments substantially Over the last year. Few seem Lote concerned that the millions of barrels of Petroleum Beine supplied to the United states every Day by the Arab nations could be Cut off at any moment that those Long lines at the service station could return that the shortage of Petroleum could again raise the threat of factory closings and increased Ikard cited estimates by Commerce Secre tary Elliot Richardson that if Only half of the present . Imports were halted it would Cost the nation 4.8 million jobs and billion a year in Gross National product. Citing estimates the Oil Industry will need investment capital totalling billion a year for the next two decades Ikard listed govern ment Price controls As the single biggest Roadblock to finding new Domestic Oil supplies. Light Snow spread across the upper Midwest yesterday and teamed with a setup in winds to give freighters a breather in drought seared Minnesota. Cold air surged Down across the Plains breaking Low temperature records with a freeze As far South As the Texas Panhandle. Western South Dakota stockmen were warned to protect livestock against a mix Ture of cold rain and Snow. Frost and freeze warnings were posted for saturday night from Kansas eastward to Indiana and South into Ken Tucky. An Inch of Snow fell at International Falls minn., and Marquette mich., and a half Inch covered the ground in Itasca county minn., giving firefighters a respite. A spokeswoman for the Minnesota department of natural resources said fire officials told her that Snow and rain helped keep a acre fire near Grygla in Northwestern Minnesota from spreading to the nearby red Lake Indian reservation. Demonstrators flood Shanghai Hong Kong up a Western visitor to Shanghai said All hell broke Loose in China s largest City yesterday with tens of thousands of people demonstrating in support of the purge of Mao tse Tung s widow and three communist party leaders. The visitor who spent several Days in Shanghai said demonstrations went on throughout the Day Friday and resumed Early yesterday. He said the demonstrators plastered posters on buildings along banking Road the City s main thoroughfare and other streets. They put up caricatures of Mao s widow Chiang Ching and the three Shanghai leaders who composed the Radical group in the communist party s Central leadership. The Shanghai leaders Are Chang Chun Chao Wang Hung Wen and Yao Wen Yuan. All hell broke Loose the vistor told up in a Telephone conversation. I have never seen anything like it. Banking Road was were at least people in those areas when i left saturday afternoon and the word was getting bigger. They plastered Potter everywhere. They started putting posters on the ground floor yesterday and moved steadily up the floors with the posters today. The first posters did not mention any names. But later the posters actually named the four and said smash the anti party clique .1 the visitor said the caricatures showed the four with nooses around their necks and Large is across their faces. They were putting up Yellowish Green caricatures today distorting the faces of the four to look like animals. One poster snowed a Large red steel fist coming Down to crush some posters were put on the outside of the peace hotel where the visitor and other foreigners were staying. The people began Rushing the hotel As if to attack it. Some earned ladders. We were frightened thinking they were attacking the hotel. Then we saw they were putting up caricatures and posters. The hotel staff rolled Down steel shutters at the Entrance and did not let the foreigners leave the he said. In a broadcast earlier this week Shanghai radio gave Ella new and also supported party decisions connected with the purge of the four guest of Honor great Britain s Princess Anne smiles As she at tends the commissioning ceremony for the has Jersey at Rosyth Friday As guest of Honor. Elsewhere newspaper sources Are Busy speculating that Anne daughter of Queen Elizabeth ii is expecting her first baby. The rumours started with a report that the Queen s gynaecologist George Douglas Pinker has cancelled a lecture tour of South Africa because he must be in England Between feb. 14 and March 14 of next year. Army to give gis Day off after flu shot it. Knox by. Up army trainees receiving fever producing Swine flu inoculations will get the Day off to recuperate in a policy change announced yesterday after 96 recruits who underwent Normal activity were sent to the Camp Hospital. A combination of the flu shot and strenuous physical activity following the injections caused 96 of recruits who were inoculated thursday morning to be treated at Ireland army Hospital later that Day when their fevers Rose Over the 101-degree Mark. Sixty six of the 96 remained in the Hospital overnight and the others were released. Our regulations require us to hospitalize any Man whose temperature climbs above 101 degrees for any reason said maj. Jerry Gantt base spokesman for the army. Based on the thursday s experience in the future people getting the inoculations will be restricted in their activities in effect eel the Day Gantt said six of the 96 hospitalized following thursday s inoculations remained in the medical facility with other ailments not related to the shots. These people had colds or other More than shots had been administered to members of various training units around the Post the first three Days of the program maj. Gantt said. Meanwhile Kentucky s Swine flu inoculation program got under Way in the Louisville area yesterday As thousands of persons with chronic illnesses or Over the age of 55 visited 19 centers. Baptists oppose to in schools Washington up another Church Agency the Baptist joint committee on Public affairs has announced its opposition to the use of Public funds to promote transcendental meditation. The committee said it arrived at its decision because to embodies both transcendent values and engages in ritual practices which Are widely recognized aspects of to is a technique of meditation designed to expand a person s consciousness. It was brought to worldwide attention by Marhan Shi Mahesh Yogi. According to the joint Baptist committee because of to s religious aspects it should be denied any funds under the no establishment of religion clause of the Constitution. The committee is a denominational Agency in Washington of by nine National Baptist groups which acts n the held of Public affairs to protect Baptist principles when May supporters of to however deny that it is a relic Ion met Point out that a Large number of rabbis Pri t d the clergy strongly support the practice. According to the Rev. Placid Gaboury of the University of Sudbury in Sudbury Ontario to is not a religion because it requires no Faith whatsoever it has no set of beliefs that one must adhere to it comprises no communal rituals which 8s a Means Worsnip lne technique simply expands this year in what May turn out to be n key court Tost americans United for separation of Church and state and several religious groups brought suit in Federal court in new Jersey challenging the use of Federal funds for to programs in new Jersey High schools
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