Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, August LETHBRIDGE Signature mirrors downfall Former President Nixon's signature, from the time he took office in 1969, top, through the bottom one made recently, mirror the changes Nixon underwent as the Watergate crisis engulfed his administration, finally forcing his resignation. Graphologist Felia Lenmon of New York says the disintegrating handwriting shows "a person sinking within himself." That s about the size of it What could be more- fun than a bottle of Andres Baby Duck! A magnum of Andres Baby Duck. The same beautiful blend of robust sparkling red wine and delicate, sparkling white. With all the bubbles. But double. The 52 ounce magnum of Andres Baby Duck. It's everything it's quacked up to be. ANDRES VINTNLHS OI I INC WINEi Vf ANDRES v N T R s Q f f WINES i-LUlO OUNCtS SPARKLING BABY DUCK WINES LTD Andres Baby Champagne is also available in the big 52 ounce magnum. 74. H9 Mutual hatred fans war flames in split Cyprus By CY FOX Tbe Canadian Press The latest war eruption in Cyprus immediately raises the grim prospect of full-scale reversion to the savage pattern of mainland conflict between Greece and Turkey which cost hundreds of thousands of lives about 50 years ago. The slaughter and expulsion of whole populations from bat- tlefront territories in the early 1920s left a bitter heritage of hate between Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots long be- fore the latest battles broke out on the island. To hear the blood-chilling screams of opposing soldiers as they battle one another in Nicosia is enough to convince any on-the-spot observer of the depth of mutual hatred. Even during a lull, there are constant barrages of insults and obscenities hurled at one another across demarcation lines where Canadian and other United Nations peacekeepers stand watch. That such hatred might soon engulf big stretches of the Eastern Mediterranean mainland again -may in itself cause worldwide anxiety. The Cyprus war has already had major implications for the West with defection of Greece from NATO's military ranks. This leaves the southern flank of the Western alliance dan- gerously weakened. Italy, racked by internal crises, may become the main southern anchor for the NATO the United States is reported trying to plug the gap with its own strength. As the latest Cyprus outbreak developed, the U.S. remained in the best position to bring peace pressures on both Greece and Turkey. The two countries depend heavily on the U.S. for their military weapons. There is doubt among experts whether the Soviet Union could fill the weapons gap. The sophistication of modern weapons is such that switching to new military tools requires a considerable period for changeover. 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