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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta CYPRUS: Crisis Tofees New Turn LONDON (Reuters) Talks betim Greek- an} Turkub- CyprMi haw resamed la Nice- aia afaavt a background of COB- oa the Uediiera- AMbJofh Ufa beea fag m far be? hare aat produced any iif- aieeaal acUeCemegU. Greeks and Turks generally have an eppoatte ddet of tha ia the last hw dec- during which there wu a terrorist ramnaign the Briiiah and "nitter Lntor-eom- BUialftrife. Bat the attempt earlier month cc President Mikarte aad the murder afbrward of former in- teriar auaisler P o I y e a r p o s Georpdjii threw into sharp facial another aspect of Cypriot He-the struggle of Greek againat Greek Is jhapiag 1s- aufi desfiar.' The mothje f or the: attempt on the life of the 5t.year.old bearded arcfabtshrp, leader of the Greek Orthndox Chorch in Cypra as ai bead of state, appeared to be opposition >J> pooey of for the Cypriots. TV Greeks outaumbtr the Turks by about four to one aa the aland. SOME WANT ENOSU of thu policy want Enoos-the union of Cyprus with nreecc-wUeh heea a rallying can af Greek-Cyprioti since the ialaad was aDooedto Britain in 1914. TV archbishop aopported'the demand during the trou- bM ICte under Brituh nue, whea Gneki aad Tirks wre bUterly dirided. But he has to reject it as a totiioo to the itUod'c pnbfeans. For the last year, adna tratioo has battled to coat fitmnists for a retorn to the EDOBS policy, aad in AufOft it banned the pro-Ea- ou NatJonal Front Orgaooa- bon for nainf terrorist tactia ai Last moath, Tarkish ForHga IfinbtfT Ihaaa Sabri Caglayaa- gfl warned that a coup against Be aaU Torkey wouU be faced wtta a fait accompli after a auceeasful ceup ia Cyprus and aadarafioD cf EnoEis with Greece. He waned that Turkey would one all Ike resources at bfc disposal oppaae the at- [Rapt. sad Turkey are both merixn ef Ike North At- lantic Treaty TROOPS IN BLAND For ill the ilimht mosily wokfe hM kept United Nationi farce on iilaod taraujhaal fee last all years, UK to rite nay wU ceme doeer tagetaar hi the f ace of eitreatists. .Canada b anoM tafe com- i__ __ j_ es caBtTBMBaK m Bat UN contfagent The bare h pref- SUM Jut, 1M, to.try ta read) afreeaeat reuniting the Greek- ana1 communities under auark (w- emmnt af ter six yen of sepa- ration. White tflsTYf PCBaUB QtVlgHI, the mere fact that they m talk- ing a one rt the mere aremis- ing signs for peace OB the trou- bled islind- PRESIDENT MAJURI06 Gmk TV Greek PLATTUL BDUM _____ biald play house by toustiuUiug conical nnU like of their Government Files Appeal LOS ANGELES (AP) The Bovemmeot via artiesl dismis- sal of chargei agakart i Can- adian paMtaaa'i dauber who tocuMd af Illegal iiaaini sion at band granadai, at- torney'Matt Bryoe aid here. ryB( Hid of ha ben filad wfeb thj U.S. Supreme Court. Shiriey >aa SaUnrkw, J5, daughter o( T. C. Douglas, New Party Leader, and Dcnald Freed, 37, wire accus- ed of conspiracy to violate fed- eral tew. U.S. District Cowl Judge Warren J. Ferguson cSs- the couigB Feb. If. He ruled Ur federal statute mfjUMi registration of danger- ous devices banned by law is nynrarrtitiriea] became it itfrnmtc The pioseuulMai contended Mrs. Sutherland, at Beverly Hills, Caif., and Freed vest LOB Angeles; planned to give. 10 band grenade to the Black Panther party. Mvrfcy, TM UTWUDOI FAMILY CRI0 Vwrnanwu glrli grieve beside the ilraw mat-covered body ef their 60-year-old father, killed when a 122mm rocket lirtd by thi Viet Cong landed in a row of of tha Da Hang air DOM. 5 unforgettable circle tours offering some of North Americas greatest scenic attractions ThogiBttnew YallowhMd Route Mount Robeon, highest peak In tfw Canadian la only of tha spectacular sights along this recently modernized route. From Jasper, a smooth rib- bon of highway wends through majsatfc mountain acanaTy to an Important Junction at Ttte Jeune Cactte (named for the original "yellow head', a btend trapper who entered the area In Here you can swing south and trace the NcrS; Thompson River through a region of fabulous fish- ing lakes to the booming city of Kamtoops; then enjoy more sce- nic adventure you return home by way of the Rogers Pass. Or you may continue west on High- way 16, along the newest section of the Yeltowhead route .through an area of rugged moun- tain beauty to the major interior centra of Prince George. From here, you complete an entirely drnerent by travelling northwest along the Hart HI gtiway Into the Peace River country. Thai fabulous .Pacific Cornt Circle) Whatever your point of entry Into British Columbia, Vancouver a rewarding destination.; And from this encilliiy harbour city you can begin one d North America's great circle tours. .First, a car-terry cruise across Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island then, drivlnj north to Kelsey Bay, you eisn connect wtth the M.V. Queen of Prince Rupert for an unforgettable 20-hour cruise along the fabled: rnsWe Passage. You drive off at Prince Rupert on the i mi tf coaat, starting point for a trip through renowned hunting and fishing territory along Highway 16. It's 467 acenlo miles to Prince George, where you can cnooee from three major return routes: south through the Cariboo, then east along the Tram-Canada Highway northeast along tha Hart Highway to the Peace River country... or east afong a newly- opened section of Highway 16, through the magnificent Yellow- head Pass, Follow IrM to scontc adventure Acclaimed one of world's finest acerilp routes, tha Pass section of the Trans- Canada Highway ma- jestic mountain terrain. The tow-, arms of the Selkirk Range sneer rock faces capped by enormous create of snow, vast green appearing suddenly In the inovnternecape. The spec- tacular vfews continue to Revvl- stoke then the scene Is lea rugged, bul no ton rewarding. At Salmon Arm you're on south- ern bank ot Sftuswip Lake, prime srea for camping, fishing and water sports. And a short drive soutti takes you to the charming Okanagan. Valley, a lush ribbon of orchards, beaches and resorts rimming a string of picture-book If you enter this region you can relum home by the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway through the Kootenays, Or, continuing west from Salmon Arm, you might swing north and connect wilh (he new Yellowhead Put route through HKJUM, The spectacular Kootenay Loop The southeastern earner of Bri- tish Columbia contains numerous mountain ranges which harbour lush green valleys and clear blue a region made for camping and deep down relaxa- tion In 'dozens of unspoiled seen to settings. spectacular fish- ing for Rainbow trout and Dolly Varden In and eoimlfen streams. added appeal, you'll find unique Ilka historic fort and the great dams of'the Columbia Rtver sys- tem. You can' enter along the Southern Trans-Provincial Hlghj- through Crowe Nest Pass. Then, after acente to like the Arrow Lakes and the re- sort centres along Kootenay Lake, return by twinging north through tha East Kootenays along High- way S3. Or, If you'd prefer larger circle, continue west to' Osoyooa and visit the lovely Okanagan Valley on your way to the Pass. The Peace River Country and beyond The Peace River country Is partly an extension of the great prairie grain lands but also a ieglort of towering mountains and trackless -forests. Entering by Highway 2, you come to the major centre of Dawson Creek, Mile 0 on the Alaska Highway. To tha north fs magnificent territory for camping, lishing and the simple outdoor pleasures.., and Just at .short side trip from Dawson Creek takes you to the site of the mighty W. A. C. Bennett Dam on ttw Peace River, For a memorable "circle'' tour, travel southwest the Hart Highway, the Rockies to the hub city of Prince George, Then take your choice of scenic return routes: east along Highway 16 through the Yellowhead Pass... or south- east through the Cariboo, Kam- and Rogers Pass. Seethe Festival of Sports A bonus holiday attraction for two weeks this spring Is the British Columbia Festival ot Sports, May 16 June 1. This giant event will feature dozens of sports, from soccer to bocce, at numerous communities throughout the pro- vince. A complete calendar of events Is part of colorful Visi- Kit for yours, mail the coupon today. Get ready now for a holiday of discovery In Beautiful British Columbia. Mall the coupon to: British Columbia Department of Travel Industry, 1019 Vfliarf St.; Victoria, British Columbia. QQ BRITISH COLUMBIA, ER9 THE 4-SEASON VACATION UNO I'd like (o a tour of Birlish Columbia pTeasa rush me a complete Visitors Kit containing a road map, Directory tnd oiher Informative material. Mm. ;