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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Isa High Point Enterprise wednesday june 14, Teti Japan j. S. Study trading relations Down in a Jungle of technical foreign borrowers including National development agencies. In other words a Japan in trying to offset the effects of being the worlds strongest trading nation a says Morgan a is Likely to become an import some by John Cunniff a business analyst cities. Whatever the reason the foreign governments and inter new York apr Japan japanese have captured liter has the kind of problem the ally captured a considerable United states would love to part of the consumer elec have. Its exports Are booming tropics sales in the United its balance of payments is states. Almost All transistor a strongly in its favor. Dios for example Are japanese but for Peculiar reasons a imports pants Export Power is making in All the japanese exported some of its Trade competitors to the . Market last year Tant racial Center and partners unhappy. And rec More than $830 million of a probe pm Ogni zing that this is so some Dios television sets tape it May also compel Japan to japanese officials Are if not recorders stereos and other More swiftly open up its own unhappy genuinely worried. Items. Their 1971 Trade surplus markets to foreign Competition one fear is that foreigners was $8.6 billion. Although the japanese argue especially the United states that Trade surplus is not a i that the present inability of will retaliate again against the one year aberration either. In s01� american companies to flood of goods that the Japa the Early 1960s its Trade was sen Japan is a result of their Nese Are unloading on . Actually balanced equally be own failings docks. Tween imports and exports. At the moment an 18-Man the United states for sex from 1965 to 1968 the surplus Mission representing Japan Sample is now undertaking an averaged $2 billion. In 1969 it major retail and wholesale or extensive study of Why Japan is reached $3 7 billion and in 1970 a animations is touring the Able to Export consumer elec it Rose to $4.5 billion. United states explaining to ironic products at such Low and now despite the fact american businessmen How to prices and the suspicion is that that the yen has been revalued compete in their country the answer is subsidies. 17 per cent in relation to the the japanese businessmen if that is so then the United Dollar of the United states claim that their . Counter states might very Well retaliate which is its biggest Market the parts Are not As Export minded with duties that would raise the 1971 figure is expected to be Eias they should be. They note prices of japanese imports and Thor matched or exceeded in that . Businessmen have so offset their competitive and 1972. Long exported commodities and Vantage. And that presents what May specialized Industrial equip american electronics Manu be considered another problem ment but not consumer goods a duress have Long claimed what to do with All that Money. A a a that the japanese were com the Morgan guaranty Trust Peting unfairly but any at has suggested that Japan a Way tempts to prove such accuse out of this dilemma May be to tons generally g e t bogged begin lending More heavily to sex Boxer is chief of police in convention City Miami Rocky Pomerance by Don Carson associated press writer Miami Beach Fla. A the Man charged with. Keeping order during the 1972 presidential conventions is a Beefy onetime Amateur Boxer who reads books by Clarence Darrow and Truman capote and who can quote Thomas Wolfe and Cicero. Miami Beach police chief Rocky Pomerance recalls a boyhood in the East Bronx a where you did no to grow up you survived a but he remembers More vividly the Street violence that erupted in Chicago at the time of the 1968 democratic National convention. He wants to avoid such disorders when both democrats and republicans conduct their nominating conventions in his City this summer. For Pomerance chief of police since july 4, 1963, conventions Are nothing new. Miami Beach is a or Mecca for such activity a a we be had dozens of bigger conventions that have brought in More but political conventions attract More than the delegates and Pomerance has been planning for months to prevent chaos in the streets. By convention time his 250 men will have received about we hours training on mob psychology and he importance of dissent. Some of the seminars have involved talks with spokesmen for groups that plan to demonstrate including Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin of the hippies. At 6-feet, 260 pounds with Broad shoulders Pomerance looks like the stereotype of a cops cop. His Wood angled office is windowless. Book shelves take up Wall space. There Are police administration texts Miami Beach ordinances novels a the godfather by Mario Puzo a in cold blood by capote. There is a crime in american by Estes Kefauver the late democratic senator from Tennessee and a attorney for the dam Ned by Darrow. Pomerancev a formal education stopped after High school. He had been valedictorian at Public school 6 in the Bronx and received straight a sat evander Childs High school. Pomerance moved to Miami Beach with his Mother after High school. His father had died when he was 5. Pomerance was refused by the naval air corps in world War ii because of poor Colora perception but was accepted by the merchant Marine. After the War he spent a year in the army. He had fought on the streets of the Bronx and he became a service Boxer a fighting for three Day passes and a Well convince you. That there really is a difference in dry cleaning. Give us the Opportunity to prove it to you today. Open m0nday-1-Day service we clean til noon saturday John Crowder s Star cleaners refrigerated fur storage free Box storage open Mon. Thru sat. 773 s. Main Street molested Cotton Trade future looks promising another russian writer troubled by William l. Ryan Maximova a sister wife of an a specie correspondent israeli lives in Israel. He has the War continues Between hoped for permission to join the ruling soviet communist her. But the authorities seem party and Russia s writers. An intent upon forcing Maximov to other literary figure in a Long denounce his latest Book a the list of them is reported to be in seven Days of oddly grave danger Vladimir Max enough the Book was written Zimov a poet and novelist. Originally for a soviet publish a group of Western in ing House which paid an and Tell actual leaders has appealed Vance on it. Then the publish to the Kremlin in his behalf ors refused to Issue it. The thirty persons including gun manuscript was spirited abroad ter grass Ignazio Silone v s. And published in Western eur Pritchett Iris Murdoch and rope where it has received Crit Stephen spender sent a Peti Leal acclaim. The soviet party Tion from Rome. They ask wants him to go before the Leonid i. Brezhnev to use his writers Union and denounce authority a to save for humanity both his Book and himself one of its Best he fell afoul the authorities a Vladimir Maximov belongs last year by defending Vladimir to the group of russian writers Bukovsky once his Secretary. About whom the world has Bukovsky a dissident writer spoken much in recent was incarcerated several times one petition says. A Maximov is in mental hospitals and now is a solitary Man he needs Atten serving 12 years for a anti so Tion and solicitude he should Vietz writing. Be Given the Choice of leaving Maximov is among a Dan country to join his sister g e r o transmitters of i a Quot be w in Quot Bourgeois ideology denounced in the party press. One reason for the anger May be that his Book has religious overtones. Intellectuals in the soviet Union at the time of Nikita Khrushchev hoped for some thaw in the official attitude that demanded a socialist realism Quot of artists. Even Khrushchev retreated from the thaw atmosphere however. After his expulsion Washington api a gov from the seat of Power his Suc Ern ment and Trade officials say censors cracked Down heavily. . Cotton exports can pick up one intellectual after another substantially if the 1972 crop was packed off to prisons materializes As indications Are Camps and asylums. Last year it will at the 24th communist con foreign buyers Are looking Gress. General Secretary Berezh favourably at . Cotton main Nev warned All writers that if in because of prospects now for they a islander soviet reality if the biggest crop in years the they assist our ideological agriculture department says enemies in a struggle against growers have planted about socialism they deserve Only 13 5 million acres for 1972, a one thing Public cording to surveys a to Peri cent boost from 1971. Barring severe setbacks this years crop could total around 12 million Bales the most since 1965. For some years now Cotton output has not kept Pace with Domestic and Export demand. Forcing reserves to 20-year Low Levels. Now. Says the department foreign buyers Are watching the 1972 crop closely and Are indicating they will be into the . Market heavily later on. The Rosier Outlook was included in reports by two Trade teams which recently visited foreign importers in Europe and Asia. Already according to preliminary reports filed by the two groups foreign buyers have bought . Cotton for delivery during the 1972-73 season. Although improving somewhat the past two years. . Cotton exports have been far below the High Marks of the past 15 years nearly 7.6 million Bales in 1956, for example and As much As 4.6 million in 1966 last year about 3 25 million Bales were exported. A larger crop would help build up reserves and enable . Cotton to compete on the world Market the reports indicated. Rent a Wurlitzer piano immediate delivery per month it arson a music co. 224 North Elm Greensboro a a Rai Tiff a so Liam phone 885-5323 charge it Speed shop Goth. 67j 29135 charge it Spah plugs deluxe Tajh timing Light each a Moi no. -774 to a spark plug.47c charge it tune up Rit cd t130c charge it High Point in Lai 2300 North main St \ t

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