Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 7
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Britain Reinforces M Troops on Cyprus ·.; i j i NICOSIA (UPI) -- Britain Thursday began flying m 1.5W fresh troops to reinforce its 5,000-min peace-keeping foremen Cyprus. Even as the airlift began, new shooting was reported in the northwest "battle zone* of the island tnd British soldiers were fired on in Nicosia. force. The peace · force. cora- | aiander. Ma}. Gen. Michaelisent in to halt an outburst ol Carver, said he was "very violence in which at least 200 wtirried" over the tense situ- Greek and Turkish Cypriots ition. He warned that at least were killed. ONE BRITISH soldier was wounded by a shotgun bias mother battalion of troops is needed to carry out security Juties properly. Britain begin stepping upJTuesday and an army drive: the removal of dependents of a-as reported to have com servicemen as part of an "ac- under fire from unidentified celerated repatriation'* airlift, quarters rear Limassoi las * · · · · 'week. BRITISH and VS. circles The Greek Cypriois offi ·^pressed fear that major'cially denied any of their new violence would break out irregulars were responsib! if Greek and Turkish Cyp_ri-[for Thursday's Nicosia shoo' its were not satisfied with ing. Two irregulars seized i the outcome of the current 'a search of a nearby buildin United Nations Security Coun-!were released later by author!-} TOKYO. Friday OO -- The Thant Asks Further Time on Cyprus Pact UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.,fered origintlly oa Monday. ffl -- Secretary General U D-.piocutic sources said they front asked the U.N. Secur- called for: ty Council Thursday night to _An International peace- give him more time for pri-, keeping force with * com- v»te negotiations to win nm^ agreed upoo by the agreement oa hij plan to ecd^^ ^.j^ wau M report to the the Cyprus conflict. secretary general The council was in recess _ l ^ J1 arrangement for the HANAKO TSUGARU Shell *Get Acquainted Bride Found for Japan's Royal Scion from Wednesday until today and Thant asked postponement until Monday. The February council president. Car- secretary general to take up any problems from the com mander first with a commit tee of three council members ttatt on the Cyprus ties. newspaper AsaM Shimbun re- crisis. In another flareup of vio- ported today that Miss Halt was feared at least part lence. Turkish Cypriots fired nako Tsugaru, 23-year-old sf such violence would be di- on Greek Cypriot trucks mov-jmember of a noble family, has' reeled at American nationals ing along a road in the north-jbeen selected as the prospec- is well as at the British west section of the island, tive bride of Prince Yoshi. 25. forces. ,Gen. Carver said. No casual-| They were brought together British authorities said'ties were reported. ,for a face-to-face meeting Greek Cypriot irregulars fired; The northwest area around T h u r s d a y , the newspaper on a British patrol early the towns of Polis and Paphos,said, and agreed to become Thursday in this capital's has been a center of fighting better acquainted. Greek Cypriot quarter. No between Greek and Turkish' Officials of the imperial casualties were reported. Cypriots in recent days. ^ousehold agency have been It was believed to be the reported looking for a blue- first time Cypriots had fired CASH IN on the high read- blood bride for Prince Yoshi openly on British peace-keep- ership in the "Personals" Col- for the past two years. His ing troops since Christmas.umn in Classified. Dial HE elder brother. Crown Prince time when a large force was 2-5959 today to start your adJAluhito. married a commoner. los Alfredo Bemardes of| ind Brazil, said he would poll the) com members. They are expected: _ A pp O l n ment of a m*U- to agree. I a tor to try to settle the broad Reporters asked if Thant constitutional issues between expected agreement by then j the Greek Cypriots, who see* and he replied, "I have make Cyprus a unitarj try." [state, and the Turkish Cyp Broad a g r e e m e n t was'riots. who seek to turn it Lot emerging cc the main lines! a federation of the two fac I 1 i MAKE MONTY any tim rial details remained at is- The discussions are on the'through Classified ads! Se basis of proposals Thant of-'no-Ionger-used items for casl I.MI cm. *t. ft «. "- INDEPENDENT--Pig* A-7 i WEEK BOND'S America's Largest Clothier Best Buys RCA Victor Television Prestige aTM, Crt*t Prfces NO f AT Ml NT FO1 45 BATS 1934 E. ««h St. ot Cherry HE 7-0038 Houn: COM OWF T« l.»; Mm. ind tn. It I P.M. MARK '64 18.5 CU. FT. NO- FROST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER With «xcltisrv» Ice Magic -- jrakes ice crts- cents automatically, continuously! Exciusivs Jet-Cold she!f chiHs desserts, salads fast! Jet-Cold Meat Chest keeps meat fresh for days without freezing! Super Storaga Door has removable, adjustabla shelves! Constant Cold Reserve quicWy compensates far warm tir when doer is epered -- maintains evei cold! 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