The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 26, 1971 · 6
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 6

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Wednesday, May 26, 1971
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6 Part l-Wed., May 26, 1 971 GIANT FROM THE EAST -The Soviet Union's supersonic jetliner, the TU-144, CONCORDE FLIES TO AFRICA Soviet SST Arrives for Paris Air Show PARIS (UPD The Soviet Union's supersonic TU-144 airliner made its debut in the West Tuesday, swooping down like a giant bird with a hooked beak at Le Bourget Airport fo rthe 29th Paris Air Show. The TU-144, Russia's entry in the race to capture the world market for a faster-than-sound airliner, flew at subsonic speeds from Prague where it had made a two-day stopover after leaving Moscow. Several hundred people lined the airport balconies to watch it land. GTv38 Kfa8 teg v(ftjfcj8 ! i I I v) ; 4 1;m ;-i.i-;ii...,i;.,-,r. ,m,..ti.w. 1,1. I- n .iimi , ,,1. . ... i A You now get added savings on just about everything you buy with your high interest earning account at Southern California Savings - $1,000 balance required. 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One U.S. expert who declined to let his name be used said, "This plane flies a lot, but you'd think if they wanted to sell it to the West they would at least put new tires on it." Police ordered strict security measures for the airport after recieving tips that extremist Zionists might try to sabotage the TU-144 in retaliation for the trial of Jews in the Soviet Union. Soviet security men in plain clothes kept close to the aircraft, particularly around its jet exhausts. INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL is belter TRANSLATIONS f M, LANGUAGES ion rick 11018 Ventuu, Sh. 0, 788-9493 9533 Brighton, B.H, 273-3643 ASSOCIATION & I J -2tp Items Banned in U.S. Peddled to Foreigners LONDON (UPD That can of California peaches which the Munich housewife is slipping into her shopping basket probably carries a label, "Product of the U.S.A." In Italy a worried father with a sick child hurries home from the local pharmacy with a box of pills marked, "Made in the U.S.A." Both really should carry labels which read: "Banned in the United States." Americans Shocked On the shelves of supermarkets and grocery stores all over the world there are row after row of attractively packaged canned foodstuffs which are outlawed in the United States. Recent revelation that such prohibited products are shipped openly abroad for sale to foreigners has shocked many Americans. So much so that some congressmen concerned about the ethics and the possible effect on America's international reputation are c o n s i dering legislation that would prohibit the export of hazardous products to other countries. The most blatant case in recent months followed the banning in the United It's the only vodka in the world with a patent on smoothness. Gordon's Vodka is screened 15 times by an exclusive U.S. patented process (No. 2,879,165) which makes it the smoothest, clearest, most mixable vodka you can buy. 80 PROOF. DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. GORDON'S DRY GIN CO., LTD., States of all food products c o n t a ining cyclamates. Millions of cans of soft drinks and low calorie diet foods containing the artificial sweetener suspected after laboratory tests of possibly being a cause of cancer were swept off the shelves of American supermarkets and grocery stores. One company, however, returned the banned foodstuffs to the warehouse and in the past 18 months has succeeded in selling at least 300,000 cases of cy-clamate-sweetened tinned fruit to customers in West Germany, Spain and other countries in Europe, as well as in the Caribbean and the Far East. How could it happen? Officials of the company concerned point out that the sales were perfectly legal. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ban does not apply to exports. More startling was the disclosure that at least two drugs which are sold in the United States with VaaS tlfc; (on U u KiSsO " --iw. 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Nowhere on the label is the physician warned the drug can be lethal. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY BELOW MOST PRICESI SHAWLS SENSATIONAL AT ONLY OVER FIFTY STORES COAST TO COAST a vx

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