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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Bakersfield, California Ehr Calif Antiwar 2 saturday oct. 17, 1970 russian ships Back at Cuba reason vague Washington a two soviet ships which led the Pentagon to believe the russians May be building a submarine base in Cuba have returned to the Island the defense department reported Friday. The two vessels a submarine tender and Salvage tug put in thursday at Mariel a port about 25 Miles West of Havana Pentagon spokesman Daniel z. Henkin told newsmen. Henkin stressed he was not trying to make any assessment of the ship movements or read any significance into them. A whether they Are there for Crew rest refuelling or any other purpose i do not know he said. Both vessels departed last saturday from Cienfuegos a deep water port on Cuba s Southern coast where the Pentagon had said there were indications the soviets appeared to be building a submarine base. Two russian barges however remain in the Harbor Henkin said. Since saturday the two ships had been cruising about 75 to too Miles Northeast of Havana. Henkin had said wednesday that their departure from Cienfuegos made it less Likely the russians were building a base but that the United states would continue watching the situation. A we Are watching it today As closely As we were in september a he told newsmen. However he declined to state whether the movement of the sub tender and tug changed the degree of concern expressed by the Pentagon Over soviet activities in Cuba. The White House said on sept. 25 that it would View construction of a naval base there a with the utmost the russians have denied any submarine base construction in Cuba. The port of Mariel was used by the soviets in 1962 to remove their Long Range missiles which had been installed in Cuba and had prompted the United states to threaten direct military action unless they were withdrawn. Into Calif Naris Tike great newspaper of the soothers san Joaquin Valley a established in 1866 published every afternoon monday for cuff saturday and sunday Moraine. The Bakersfield californian corporation 1707 Eye Street Bakersfield. California 93301 charter member audit Bureau of circulations member american newspaper publishers association member or the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to use for publication of All new dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published therein. The Bakersfield californian la also a St of be. United press International. The californian receives the associated press wire photo service. The Bakersfield californian maintains Law Oun a be Quot a re get and is also a client of the Copley Newa service _ representatives Nelson Roberts 4 associates new York. Chicago. Detroit. Los Angeles. San Francisco Seattle. Portland. Denver Omaha entered in Post office at Bakersfield. Call. Forma As second class mail under the 2 Congress. March 3. 1879. Ine californian accepts no responsibility graphs manuscripts nor photo subscription rates Carrier delivered in Kern county i month daily and sunday f 2 58 3 months daily and sunday. 7 to 6 months daily and sunday. 15 of i year daily and sunday __30.0f i month sunday Only 1.00 3 months sunday Only ______3 no 6 months sunday Only to a a 1�? i year sunday Only _. 12 Oil by mail within California i month daily and sunday .3 months daily and sunday 6 months daily and sunday i year daily and sunday i month sunday Only 3 months sunday Only. 6 months sunday Only i year sunday Only outside California i month daily and sunday _ 3 months daily and sunday 6 months daily and sunday _ i year daily and sunday i month sunday Only. 3 months sunday Only _ a months sunday Only ,. I year sunday Only 3 w �?9.00 18.00 36.00 125 3.75 7.50 15.00. $ 3 25 9.75 a 19 5039.00 a Iso a 4 50 a 9 00 18 of Ope Calli foreign countries a rate depending on destination circulation department for rate single copies by mail. 30c for Home delivery Call 323-7631 or any agent Viet death causes listed Washington apr american casualties in Vietnam Are dropping to the level where nearly As Many gis Are dying from accidents illness or disease As Are killed in combat. In fact the number has been almost equal Over the past two weeks. For the first time since 1965 when the United states began its rapid buildup of forces in Vietnam More americans died in a single week from no hostile causes than were killed in Battle. That was the week of sept. 27-oct. 3 when 41 americans died from no hostile causes and 38 were killed in action a 4 year Low. Last weeks casualty toll announced thursday in Saigon showed 46 gis killed. It marked the 15th consecutive week that . Battlefield deaths we under 90. No hostile deaths numbered 37. While combat deaths have dropped to the lowest level in nearly five years the weekly number of no hostile deaths has held fairly steady. In the past 15 weeks for example they ranged from a weekly High of 48 to a Low of 24. A Pentagon official said there is always bound to be a number of deaths from accidents illness or other causes among a Large number of people whether civilian or military. Some 380,000 . Troops Are now in Vietnam. Since the War began 43,821 americans have been killed in action. Another 8,659 have died from no hostile causes. So far this year 3,793 have been killed in combat while 1,436 died from other causes. A with the casualty rate falling off a said one officer a we re beginning to lose More Guys on in the Pentagon a grim statistics no hostile deaths Are listed under 17 categories. The biggest killer is aircraft accidents followed by such miscellaneous mishaps As falling off a motorcycle or being run Over by a car on a Saigon Street As of june 30, according to Pentagon figures no hostile deaths included 2,277 killed in aircraft accidents 790 who drow Ned or suffocated 398 who died from illnesses other than malaria or hepatitis and 640 in vehicle accidents. There were 83 murders 206 suicides and 648 accidental homicides. Others died from such causes As Burns heart attacks and accidental grenade take a trip Meadows Field october 18-h a.m.-6 . 2c per Pound. $1 minimum come Fly so they May walk muscular dystrophy Assn. Kern county chapter fund shortage slows cancer cure research san Francisco up the search for a cancer cure is being slowed by a shortage of governmental research funds the american cancer society s Board chairman says. William b. Lewis the chairman told a newsmen research projects a risk being stopped or slowed Down even though Nobel prize winners May be doing the because of inadequate financing he continued More than $15 million Worth of approved applications for research Grants were turned Down. Each american s share of National defense costs is $395, while the amount budgeted for cancer research was Only 91 cents he noted. Concerning tobacco Institute comments on society sponsored research with cigarette smoking dogs he said a i am now known As the most notorious Lay cancer fighter and dog Dis Poiler in the history of cancer Manson Case trial costs hit 5325,000 los Angeles up the trial of Charles Manson and three co defendants has Cost local government More than $325,000 to Date a county official said Friday. County supervisor Kenneth Hahn who keeps track of the costs issued a Semi monthly report with a total of $332,661. This Breaks Down into $100,000 for the Cost of the City investigation of the slaving of actress Sharon Tate and six others last August and $232,661 to the county for costs directly connected with the trial now in its fifth month. The Cost of maintaining the jury of 12 and five alternates sequestered from the news Media at a downtown hotel is $1,500 a Day. This includes salaries of nine sheriffs deputies a round the clock guard. It costs $500-$600 a Day to feed and House the jurors Hahn said. Taste teaser. Taste please. Swensen ice Cream 1127 Truxtun ave. Bakersfield Calif. Apple time in Tehachapi red and Golden delicious apples Rome Beauty available Row packing houses in Tehachapi giant table Sale stauts tomorrow shop sunday la am. To 5 pm. 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