10 Gatcsbura fteaistet-Mail, GqtesJburA.HI, Thursday, July 26^1973 Fishing Rivalry Melts in Oregon Hospitality 0008 BAY, Ofe. <tM) ~ fthfeliy between Russian and UJ. flAefftwn has melted in the hospitality 01 this coastal comjtiimdty's residents. Russian afld Japanese fishermen taking catches off the Oregon coast ate not poplar •with Oregon fishermen, whose own catches are reduced by the big loads of fish taken by Hiissian and Japanese trawlers. So when the Soviet trawler Nadhodika, crippled in a collision with another Russian fishing boat, came into port July 14 there were jeers from the docks and even some late [night heckling. StMptckH! GfOWl American and Russian regulations kept the Russians on their ship and the Americans on the dock, adding ft> the suspicion. It was too much for the friendly residents of Coos Bay, population 13,000. They ape pealed to Sen. Mark Hatfield, R-Ore., who won governmental permission for the Russians to leave <he Nadhodka. On Tuesday the 62-member crew, including several women, began getting a look at the other side of the ooin-Jocal hospitality. School buses were pressed into service to take the Russians, in three groups, on a tour that started with a welcoming statement from Hatfield, read in Russian by an aide to the senator. "We all wish that friendship and peace may grow between our people," said the senator. The Russians smiled. No Dip, Thanks They went on to see a local cheese company, a large saiwrnii, and other industries in the area. They drove farmers' market and Russian cameras were shoved out the window for picture snapping of the fruits and vegetables for sale, stopped briefly at a swimming pool (none of the Russians wanted to take a dip), and then ended up with a picnic along the banks of the Miilicoma River. Hosts for the picnic were a group of young rock musicians, The Ticondercga, who hit it off so well with the Russians that they later went down to the dock and staged an impromptu concert. Within a few minutes there were Russian faces in the portholes and the sound of rhythmic dapping from aboard the ship. It blended welt with the loot stamping and nan clapping from Americans on the dock. The roots of neither the red wood nor the giant sequoia pene* trate much deeper than six feet, but their lateral root systems radiate up to 100 feet from the tree. WE ARE HAVING ANOTHER Kitchen Kompact Kitchens Bring Your Measurements Take Your Cabinets Home Sole Starts Thurs., July 26 - Ends Sat., August 4 Full 6 Foot of Glenwood Kitchen Cabinets INCLUDING: Counter Top & Stainless Steel Sink OUTSTANDING VALUE FREE! KITCHEN PLANNING AVAILABLE WE WILL HELP YOU PLAN A KITCHEN YOU WILL BE PROUD OF HOURS Available in Glenwood or Gold on White Finishes $3750 24" VANITY BASE «#/ $ Q98 34" COUNTER TOP W LAVATORY BOWL and RIM _. $ 19' 5 DAILY 7:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHT Til 8 P.M. MATERIAL & SUPPLY CO at LINDSTROMS ALLSTARS! They're Super Special For Summer! 1 ' , ._^^ m ^. Money Saving Specials on Top Selling Models RCA CONSOLETTE VALUE WITH TRADE RCA XL-100 Diagonal Ms::. 100% Solid State ©OitoffW WITH TRADE RCA DELUXE CONSOLE $ 688 WITH TRADE 468 E. Berrien St. Phone 342-6151 SEE THESE AND OTHER GREAT BUYS WHILE SUPPLY LASTS LINDSTROMS 246 E. Main St. Downtown Galesburg "The Friendliest Store In Town" i.
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