Washington's efforts to relax Soviet-American relations has resulted in what is reported to be the first solid U.
Washington's efforts to relax Soviet-American relations has resulted in what is reported to be the first solid U.S. entry in the Soviet manufacturing market. A firm in Long Beach, California, which currently manufactures hardware for the Pentagon, is to turn its attention to providing tableware for the Kremlin.
There's a tentative agreement for Atlas Fabricators to build four automated factories in the Soviet Union to produce such tableware as tea-pot, kettles and trays. Current products of the firm include casings for napalm bombs.
National Broadcasting Company coverage comes complete with a commentary by reporter Bill windsor and a brief interview with Atlas President and part owner Mr. Ray Vrooman. An alternative commentary is provided overleap: