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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 The Lethbridge Herald Wednesday. November Interpreting the News U.S. finds itself in the WASHINGTON United perennial scapegoat in international finds itself in the middle again as Greece is swept by her second military coup in six years. The U.S. has a hands-off policy in contending that the internal affairs of that country are the business of the citizens of that country. Many Greeks a growing U.S. naval that America was in support of the government of ousted Presi- dent George Papadopoulos. It was an opinion held especially among Greek exiles. the Sunday coup in which Lt.-Gen Phadeon Gizikis toppled Papadopoulos led to charges that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency was behind the move. Those who argue that the U S. was in support of Papadopoulos point to the presence of the giant carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt and other warships in the pit of Athens. The ousted gov- ernment may have encourag- ed this interpretation by the publication in government- controlled newspaper as recently as Wednesday of pic- tures of the president shaking hands with an American ad- miral. Immediately following the Andreas of the Hellenic liberation movement and son of a former Greek the new reglime as the work of the United In a Stockholm Pa- pandreou said the new govern- ment was a change of fa- and that the new pre- mier Adamantios mere CIA That Androutsopoulos is pro-American and has American ties is admitted. He lived in Chicago for 14 studying before he returned to Greece in 1967 He was practising maritime law in Athens when the 1967 coup began and was immediately taken into the government as finance minister. He quit the Papadopoulos government in citing but he was the man called in to become premier under the new regime. Knowledgeable many of them have said U.S. co-operation with the Papadopoulos regime and extension of home-port facilities to the 6th fleet last year have both damaged U.S. least among Greek intellectuals. This was followed by a tight- ening of tension when the U.S. openly criticized with other NATO allies-for lack of co- operation during the early and critical stages of the Israel resupply operation. The U.S. Navy has long planned to increase the number of its personnel and dependents in Greece to from against the private advice of friendly diplomats These observers say enlargement of the presence may be a especially at this sensitive period. One Western diplomat was reported to have have gained a but you may lose a It was just this point at the Papadopoulos meth- ods in approaching that touched off the GuOtis coup. who once support- ed King Constantine but refus- ed to go to the king's aid in says Papadopoulos was going too far too fast in governmental resulting in chaos and unrest. 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