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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Darmstadt, HesseBritons rescued from sub Cork Ireland up a three nation team aided by an american robot submarine plucked two britons from the Bottorof the Atlantic saturday ending a four Day Effort described by officials As the deepest sea Rescue in history. Roger Mallinson 35, and Roger Chap Man 28, gulped fresh air drank Cham pagne and calmly played Down their or Deal after they emerged from their midget submarine which held them entrapped in 1,375 feet of water off the Irish feel great Chapman exulted after he and Mallinson clambered unaided fro the disabled Craft 75 hours and 50 minutes after it Sank a Brief Stopover in Cork where they were taken by helicopter in route to a reunion with their families in England the two said the Only anxious moments they had came while their Craft was being win Ched up from the seabed by one of the res Cue was rough Mallinson said. We were swinging Back and was very pleasant and very Comfort Able Down there Mallinson joked As he and Chapman drank from a bottle of Champagne during an encounter with newsmen at Cork if they were worried at any stage during the ordeal Mallinson replied no no. We knew we had a pretty Good team on , denying earlier reports that continued on Page 28, col. 1 Agnew Nixon meet to discuss Kickback probe Washington up president Nixon and vice president Spiro t. Agnew reviewed Agnew s Legal and political Trou Bles for two hours saturday and report edly there was no talk of the vice president resigning. They re really pulling together an Agnew aide the vice president s request he and Nixon met alone at the White House for the first time since Agnew personally in formed Nixon nearly a month ago he asunder Federal investigation in connection with an alleged Kickback scheme involving Maryland contractors. Afterwards the White House described it As a thorough discussion and a Good an Agnew spokesman said it Wasa very very satisfactory meeting in which they reviewed the Way the vice pres ident and his lawyers were handling the affair. The vice president brought the presi Dent up to Date on current matters involving himself White House Deputy press Secretary Gerald l. Warren said. It was a Good and the vice president met alone continued on Page 28, col. 2 after deepest sea Rescue in history submariner Roger Mallinson drink Champagne watched by colleague Roger Chapman after the pair landed at Cork Ireland following their Rescue from a min sub. Despite their ordeal the men were in Good shape. A photo authorized unofficial publication for the . Armed forces v6i, 32, no. 137 10c Dally and sunday sunday september 2, 1973 d if 21855 a 33 die in Copenhagen hotel Blaze Copenhagen Denmark a afire raced through the Plush Haynia hotel in the heart of Copenhagen Early saturday and authorities said at least 33 persons were said saturday night that 19 americans were killed in the fire. They said one american the father of two tried to save his children and his wife from the fire by putting them in a Bathtub filled with cold water. But his desperate attempt was in four were found dead saturday after noon the father lying across the Bathtub Libya grabs 51% of All foreign Oil companies Beirut up Libya saturday nationalized 51 per cent of All foreign Oil companies gaining a controlling interest in i soil Industry for the first time Tripoli radio announcement climaxed a Day of celebrations marking the fourth anniversary of the coup that brought col. Moa mar khad Afy to decision has ended an Era of Black mail and domination exercised by the monopolistic companies at the expense of the libyan people the radio said. The decision covered Esso Standard Libya the libyan american Petroleum company the Shell company for exploitation and production Libya Mobil Oil Libya ltd., Texaco overseas and the asian Oil company of California the radio said. Last month Libya nationalized 51 percent of the american owned Occidental Petroleum and concluded an agreement with the Oasis group by which the govern ment acquired a 51 per cent controlling interest. Oasis then signed on behalf of Continental Amerada Hess and Marathon. Shell which also forms part of Oasis refused cosign. Fifty one per cent of its assets were nationalized saturday the government then warned other companies operating independently in Libya they faced nationalization unless they concluded agreements turning 51 per cent of continued on Page 28, col 1 Over his said the death toll May Rise be cause about 20 persons were still missing by saturday afternoon. Seventeen persons were treated at hospitals for Burns smoke poisoning or injuries received when they jumped from windows in panic. Police said the majority of the dead perished As flames engulfed the three upper stories of the five Story hotel and trapped about 85 sleeping guests. Both staircases of the 74-year-old hotel a tourist to Copenhagen s City Hall Square collapsed in flames an most survivors fled on fire escapes from windows and balconies facing the from roof some were picked from the roof where they tried to seek shelter after the fire burst into their rooms. Others were Lavedas they tried to climb Down bed sheets tied together some with Small children in their arms. A was horrifying said mrs. Alan of fort Lauderdale fla.,.who sur Vived the Blaze along with her you could hear women and children screaming for help. There were flames on the inside of our hotel door Al though we had one of the front rooms fac ing the Street. We Don t dare think about the Fate Efthos poor guests who were sleeping in the rear of the hotel she were screaming ourselves but were finally rescued by firemen on ladders incur night clothes. We leave in one hour Back for the states with Only our passport Sand Money left she added. Jules Fine of Honolulu who escape with his wife Down a fire department lad Der said he thought Only the discipline relearned As a Soldier in the Pacific during world War ii made it possible for him to stay Calm and keep his wife from panic King. We were probably the last ones who go tout said Fine an assistant inspector for the . Agricultural research windows were the Only ones not Bro Ken by the heat and i suppose the firemen took All the others first he said. Foreman keeps title with to Tokyo a world heavy weight Champion George Foreman pummelled challenger Joe King roman with a series of right hand blows and scored three Knockdown while retaining his title with a knockout in two minutes of the first round of the scheduled 15-round bout saturday. See Page 210

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