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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 29, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday june 29, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 5 bitter fruit of overproduction vintners have headaches by Sid Whipple is staff write Rome is it s the wine growers not the wine drinkers who have the headaches these Days. It seems that so Man grapes Are being produced that some vintners May have to turn their crops into ugh raisins. This overproduction has Bee the subject of worried discussion for More than a week by Dele Gates from 25 countries meet ing Here under the auspices of the United nations food and agriculture organization Fao Eric m. Ojala director of the Fao s commodities and Trad division warned that outlets for the vintners three main products wine dried fruit and fresh table grapes Are threatened by worldwide overproduction and that a drastic contraction of International Market demands for Ordinary wines is under facing the producers of Quality wines Are linked largely with questions of High tariffs taxes and other restrictions Ojala of wine according to reports submitted to the con Ference jumped in the past 10 years from 5 billion Gallons in1957 to More than 7 billion in 1967. Wider cultivation and improvement in growing methods were greatest part of the in crease was noted in France an Italy although a similar development was observed in Russia Argentina and the United states. In Algeria alone reports showed More than 260 million Gallons of wine for the most part of the Ordinary variety Are held in Stock. France formerly imported much of the Africa product to blend with its own wines. With algerian Independence this system became a thing of the Factor in the accumulation of unsold wine in North Africa is that the residents for religious reasons Are not win drinkers. It seems they can t sell it and they can t drink it. College expenses to climb higher Washington up the Cost of sending a son or Daugh Ter to College is going to get eve worse Federal education officials said thursday. A statement by the office of education said the Cost of a Pri vate four year College 10 year from now probably will be about Mcnamara to visit Bonn Bonn up world ban president Robert s. Mcnamara will pay his first visit in that capacity to the West German capital monday it was announce Friday. He is coming Here for talks with economics minister Karl Schiller. As . Defense Secretary Mcnamara mad Many trips to Bonn. 30 per cent higher at Public institutions the increase Over the next decade is expected to Beabout 20 per cent. Students will pay More to at tend College. As a result of the Ever increasing costs of Sal Aries facilities equipment Andall the other items that make up the Cost of higher education said Dorothy m. Gilford Assis Tant . Commissioner for educational statistics. Tuition and fees the two major factors in the Cost climb Are Likely to be 43 per Cen higher by the 1976-77 school year at private colleges and 32 p e recent higher at Public institutions she said. Horizontal1. Mill leftovers0. Taste 8. Noggin of spirits 12. Place for Harp playing 13. High 14. Renovate 15. Above16. Cuckoo 17. Affirm18. John 20. Designate22. Colleagues 26. A. Spider does it 29. Pronoun30. Faucet 31. Primate feature 32. Owns83. Western land34. Umpire s cry85. Otter . 86. Less polite3t. Drops out 40. Retail area41. State forcefully 45. Lab need47. Spa 49. Anon companion 50. Network51. Tommy 52. Pattern53. Golfer s needs54. State 55. Kind of machine vertical1. Pack 2. Wash3. Greek god 4. Floral tribute 5. Corset parts 6. Charge particle 7. Inheritors of realms 8. Art form answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Average time of solution 98 minutes 9. Faced Awall 10. Often about nothing 11. Cut grass19. Letter 21. Universal need23. American novelist24. Abate 25. Box26. Sabot 27. One of the newmans 28. Hint32. Early men 33. Bivalves35. Pine is one 36. The lathing 38. Old Gray and others 39. Sapid42. Not Good 43. Divorce Mecca 44. Allowance for waste 45. Carney46. To the right 48. Extinct Bird 45 4q w a. 51 7ft 17 49 52 5s t 0 10 25 44 electric Hoe among show s inventions Houston up inventor from 25 states and three foreign countries Are Here talking about such innovations As electric hoes fold up boats and con toured diapers. John j. Finn of chicag brought his inflatable ski Boot waiting game Lauren Jones miss Australia is the first of the beauties to arrive in Miami Beach for the miss universe contest but she is forced to sit inside during a rainstorm instead of on the each. Up photo Jones put Bach in crypt of St. Peter Vatican City a Vatican officials announced Friday that the Bones declared by Pope Pauli to be those of apostle Peter have been returned to the Marble Niche below St. Peter s Basilica. They were discovered there 25years ago. The Bones were moved froma resting place in the Vatican s Santa Marta Palace and carried to the crypt below the confession Al altar in the Basilica. The Church regards the crypt As the Tomb of St. wednesday Pope Paul announced he was convinced that the Bones were those of the apostle to whom Jesus entrusted the Church. The announcement came after years of argument Over the relics and the Pope said he expected the controversy to continue despite his announcement. Second test in two Days Nevada test site up the second nuclear test in two Days a Low intermediate yield blast was triggered Friday at the base of a 2,000-foot Shaft beneath Yucca Flat. Girl seized and tortured for 3 Days Pomona Calif. Up a13-year-old girl was held prisoner in a drugged Drunken stupor for three Days by 11 men who tortured and raped her repeatedly authorities have disclosed. The atrocities occurred may26, 27 and 28, according to police and ended when a neigh Bor summoned authorities to an apartment in Azusa after hear ing sounds of fighting and someone girl was treated at Glen Dora Hospital before being re leased in the custody of her parents. Her name was not Dis closed. Police said the attacks began when the men held a Pillow Over the girl s head and threatened to smother her unless she submit men All from Azusa As Sert edly made the girl take Bee Rand amphetamines which kept her in a partial coma during the ordeal in which they beat her burned her with cigarettes a draped her. Three of the suspects were arraigned in Superior court Here on charges of child molesting forcible rape and statutory rape. Preliminary hearings for Woof them Guillermo Rivera 31, and Jimmie Rodriguez 18, were continued to july 2. The third Robert Martinez 19, pleaded no guilty. Trial was set for aug. 12. Preliminary hearings we rescheduled in Citrus municipal court for Frank Santellan 18his brother James 16 Daniel Martinez 19, and Nino Perez 17. To the Texas inventors and new products exposition. Whether the Boot will reduce injuries must be answered by advanced testing finn said. A retired air Force lieutenant colonel Walter h. Sorensen said his wife s complaints about heavy Bowling balls prompted him to invent a Bowler s 5 More pin the exerciser is a gripping de vice for the primary Bowling fingers. If the Bowler stands on a Cord attached to the device Bya Spring he also gets the Sensa Tion of the Ball s downward pull. A few minutes a Day will add five pins to the weekend Bowler s score Sorensen of the More productive in ventors is Roberto Bustamante of Santa Ana Al Salvador who has six electrical inventions including a vertical flashlight. Bustamante said the flashlight with perpendicular beams of Light would be a Boon for theater Ushers and motorists making Roadside Battery powered Golf Ball Washer much like a Bowling Ball Buffer but about the size of a portable radio was display Don a Golf bag cart. The Ball lathered and is automatically scrubbed then dried by the Caddy or the golfer himself. The Only thing lacking is a manufacturer. Fold up boat other products exhibited included a clipboard Light for policemen by Carl e. Hammock of Houston the Home electric Garden Hoe by s. J. Weber of Houston and a moisture absorb ing Shotgun Magazine plug by Charles Cassell of Oklahoma City. W. A. Cook of Osceola ind.,exhibited a 59-Pound, 11-foot i Berglass boat that folds or assembles again in five minutes and fits in a car woman from Bogota Colombia exhibited the contour diapers. Wee pals Nipper s Rio control Center 6-29 keep a Cool summer

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