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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1967, Tokyo, JapanPrize find in Mediterranean ancient Harbor yields its secret by Jim Strothman 1%/riami a a Wall like breakwater nearly a mile Long and containing rocks bigger than a car has been uncovered under the Mediterranean sea at one of the ancient harbours of North Africa an English archaeologist reports. Described As a prize find the monster breakwater went unnoticed in previous archaeological expeditions said or. . Flemming. Senior scientific officer of the National Institute of oceanography in Cambridge England. The Structure is located at the ancient Harbor of tharsus on the East coast of Tunisia North Africa. Tharsus is one of numerous harbours How underwater built around the Mediterranean by the phoenicians and later the romans be tween 800 . And 400 a. D. The phoenicians were great mariners and the first to Trade on the Mediterranean. Flemming is part of a team of archaeologists conducting what he Calls an archaeological commando raid on sunken Harbor cities. He presented some of his finds in a technical paper at the third conference on underwater archaeology in Miami. The breakwater at tharsus contains one third the number of stones Ashe great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt he said. It is truly from the broken ruins stretches More than 300 feet in Width and runs nearly a mile from the Shoreline to an Island which once existed nearly a mile offshore Flemming said. The Structure not Only once guarded the Harbor but was used As a Road to the sea he observed. Swiss Gal digs Cairo grind by Michael Dennigan Cairo Egypt up fou years after she first set foot in Cairo armed with four languages and a diploma in hotel keeping a blonde Swiss miss is climbing the ladder in a local Art form belly dancing. Lisa Mae 27, from Zurich inset through Gauze costume and the traditional hip swivelling style is giving local girls an unexpected Challenge. She is the Star of the show at one of Cairo s tourist nightclubs and packs in the customers. Four years ago when i Cameto Cairo i could t dance a step the bouncy former language Stu Dent said. But i had seen belly dancing and i decided this is what i wanted to she broke with her lebanese husband because she says hand his political family in Beirut objected to her ambition. She likewise ignored opposition fro her Middle class family in Zurich to take lessons at a Cairo belly dance school. Apart from the occasional drunk who tries to get in one the act she claims her Job is pretty Quiel although a big contrast with the hotel business her family wanted for her. While learning to be a belly dancer Lisa also developed some other Showbiz skills. Appearances on Cairo television showing egyptian housewives How tomake shopping bags and hats led. To non dancing bit parts in local movies and on television. In 1966 she had a prominent supporting role in the car s big Gest budget movie of the year the Yemen whenever the director needs an exotic foreign Femme Fatale. They Send for me she work and training she found time to add rapid arabic to her command of German French italian and English. But still is her main love she says and she s pretty proud to be the main dancer atthe Sahara City tent nightclub near the pyramids tour other girls on the show have been dancing longer than i she boasts but i m the Star 650,000 refugees in new nations victims of Africa political upheaval Coffee class at Harvard Cambridge mass. A at Harvard they teach Many things. The latest subject How to make a Good cup of Coffee even better. Several Coffee experts Are giving the seminar primarily for employees in the University s numerous dining rooms although students and faculty members May also attend. C. Graham Hurlburt food director said Harvard serves about 25,000 cups of Coffee every Day and there s always room for by Milton Besser United nations . A Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan estimates that since 1961 More than 650,000 africans have be come refugees in the aftermath of the March to Independence by the new nations of Africa. He is the . High commissioner for refugees and his office is aiding the refugees in eight african countries the Congo Kinshasa Central african re Public Rwanda Burundi Uganda Tanzania Zambia and Senegal. In a publication of his office devoted entirely to the plight of the refugees he said they represent a serious problem calling for humane practical and immediate solution adapted to the realities of life in the exodus was sparked by differences Between tribal an social groups in the new countries and by developments in areas still under colonial Rule. In some instances the populations of entire villages fled taking i with them All their belongings including cattle. In the tradition of african hospitality they were permitted to Cross frontiers and Given enough help to assure their immediate survival. J but in Many areas Sadruddin added this was done at the cos of already limited food supplies on the local scene. This made out Side Aid essential and it was rendered on an emergency basis y Sadruddin s office. He gave these details a major concern was to prevent incidents in Border areas. To Avert this the refugees were noved a Safe distance from the rentier and persuaded to remain. While Many refugees hoped for an eventual return to their Home land this was impossible in most instances. They Are taking up their old agricultural pursuits in new from Rwanda and Bur Undi which Are overpopulated most african countries have land of reasonably Good Quality which has not been first task has been to Clear the land of Virgin Forest or Bush to destroy insects which carry malaria or sleeping sickness and to build roads and install water supplies. The african countries and the office of the High com missioner cooperate in this Endeavor and they have the assistance also of other government and in the african countries the Congo former belgian Congo has the most refugees More than300,000. Of these 250,000 came portuguese Angola 25,000 Rwanda and 40,000 from the displaced africans from Angola from Rwanda 25,000 from Sudan li2 in the african upheavals since 1961, More than 650,000 people have been driven from their countries and Are now refugees in foreign lands. For the United nations the refugees pose serious problems of resettle ment food and health. 40,000 from Rwanda 70,000 from Sudan i i 45,000 from the Congo 25,000 from Rwanda i i 50,000 from the Congo 26,000 from the Congo to 6.000 from Sudan 25,000 from port. Guinea 1 to 55,000 Central african Republic Uganda Rwanda Burundi Mozambique each c=10,000 ref gets Central african Republic Tanzania Mozambique a new feature from from Sudan. Uganda is next with 140,000. They include 70,000 from Rwanda 45,000 from Sudan and 25,000 from the Congo. In one three Day period 7,000 sudanese crossed the Frontier with 1 5,000 head of infected cattle. The refugees had to be vaccinated and the cattle has 79,000 refugees including 50,000 from Rwanda and 26,000 from the Congo. The con Golese look Forward to returning Home but those from Rwanda will Settle in their new Home Perma Central african Republic has 31,500, including 6,000 con Golese and More than 25,000 sudanese. The latter include the entire population of one sudanese Region peasants with livestock tribal chiefs teachers and nurses among them. Senegal has .55,000 refugees practically All from portuguese Guinea. An expert from nationalist China is adding them with a Rice growing project at has 30,000 refugees including 12,000 each from Rwanda and Mozambique. Zambia has 5,-000, mostly from Mozambique with some from Angola. New Hope for Bald transplanting Kansas City to. A a balding Man s dream of having hair again now can come True dermatologist says. Or. D. Blufor d Stough Iii Saida doctor can effectively trans Plant plugs of the patient s Hairdo a Bald area through minor surgery that can be done in his told about his own hair transplant in a scientific Publica Tion of the american Academy of general practice National organization of family doctors. He told of the multiple Pouch Autograft technique a Means of permanently redistributing Scalp hair. He estimated that about 10, 000 patients had been have been no instances of hair growth failure in the thousands of autografts i have performed he wrote he said new hair is restricted to the graft site but once growing is vigorous. Pacific stars & stripes 9 thursday March 30, 197

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