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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Third Section Lcllibndgc, Wednesday, October 4, 1972 Pages 31 to 42 Roads slippery ivilh grape juice Legends and wine go together in Cyprus lhal he left Cyprus with the Count. In Champagne the knight I.IMAS.SOL Some hundred I lady and eventu- Uy HEIIMAN Ont'l.T London Observer Service tlioiisanc'ci of Hie people of (0 rciurn and ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL Sen George McGovern's Iv. Senator's grandchildren, four-month.eld Kevin and Iwo-year dcesn't seem to be too interested in the political proceedings. Meod, W.e What's ahead in another four-year term? -on rrancan ining in By WILLIAM JHLLIXSIIIP i.omlon Obsc-rvur Service WASHINGTON "Four more the Republican faithful chant as they greet L'ri'sitlcnl Nixon on campaign cxcuv- sions Irora the White House. Bui Hie President is remarkably im- precise about how he would use in Hie cabinet, atfecting Ihe rlc- of defence and state aiid probably others. The President himself seems confident that a second term would see the end of (lie Ameri- can involvement in the Vietnam war. Indeed, each time hui for- eign policy advisev. Dr. Henry Kissinger." flies to Paris for the Nixon Administration is con-1 for negotiations to cmctins its diplomacy as if the ground forces in Europe. reduce a second four yea- term in of- cccrc[ talks with the North ficc at least at home. I Vietnamese, there is another In foreign policy, the general j flurry of speculation about a lines he could be expected to'-, peace agreement even follow are.nlL-cacly well eslab- November prcsider, lishctl, although there could DO changes in ennhasis and style. reflecting anticipated changes tial clertioii. Hut, in major respects. Vietnam wa': is already nver. The resumption of the bombing of North Vietnam and Ihc min- ing of its ports did not upset the Soviet-American summit meet- ing in Moscow. Dr. Kissinscr.] from a follow-up trip j increase, though much to Russia recently, reported i slowly, major progress in a number of [.-RICSH INTEBF.ST areas. Preparations seem Following on a massive sale of American grain to the Soviet Union. Russian experts are in Washington to on a long- t'-rm trade agreement. Trade! with China also seems likely to he dwelt al length on the "dig- nity ok hard work11 and on [he benefits of self-reliance which would enable anyone to realize Hie American d-eam and Ret no matter what his island have 'been to Champagne the knight look a i champagne, celebrations in the port town of Limas- D! this month to mark the cen- urics-old Festival of Bacchus, ie wine god or Dionysius as e is known in (Jrcek mytho- BV- The Wine Festival, heralding .ie gathering of the grapes, ales back as far as (he sixth entury B.C. in Greek history. ut has only been revived' in >prus since 1911, as part of a !an to revive an industry .-liich flourished in the island ong before Byzantine times but ad begun to languish in the arly decades of this century. This is the time of year when 12 heavily-laden vines which abound in Ihe gently billy coun- ry in the south cf Cyprus have ripened to maturity and their collection is under way lo bring hem to the factories hi Limas- ol which produce the wines. Streams of heavy trucks con- ley the harvested berries along .lie roads to Ihe factories, trail- ing a trickle of grape juice along the road-ei s agency reported from North voter. "What has made I ica Ibe economic wonder of the j Yemen's capital. San'.t. world is not wlinl Ihc govern- There was no immediate menl did for Ihe people, but statement from South Yemen. what the people did for them- Mtrrc wonIri nn Inx increases Yemen was usinp Ihc .........._ _ But its government has per talked ?s if his Familv Assis- sc.tvcs h? savs. This j sislently denied that its forces farrv- Plan to pul a "flwr" of led him to the pronvse fwilh occunird the border (own of under a fi'mily of four in fine prhitl that Kalalia. 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