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' . , . - i. ' 1 Ottawa 1 i Iournal CLOUDY, RISK OF SHOWERS, " Low, 55; High, 70 1HE 79TH YEAR210 8EVEN CENTS OTTAWA, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1984 SaariM CM u. EOT THIRTY-FOUR PAOES M bjb. EOT Greek-Cypriots Soviet Hailed in Cyprus, Arms Deal Urged ANKARA, Turkey ( Reuters) Turkey has SroUsted to the United ations about the economic blockade of Tarktsh-Cypriots by Greek-CyprioU, the foreign ministry announced today. By HAL MeCLUtE NICOSIA (AP) - Buoyed by e pledge of Soviet support, Greek-Cyprlots art urging Pres ident Makarlos to to to cow and negotiate aa arm deal with the Russians. . Greek-Cyprlots of every politi cal shade Jubilantly greeted the Soviet Union's offer to .help 'if Cypras is Invaded, and Soviet Premier Khrushchev's warning to Turkey that an stuck on Cy prus might "boomerang. The right-wing weekly Ethniki bailed the weekend deft menu as "a great turning point" for the Creek Cyprtot cause. It even suggested that Makarlos. Creek Orthodox archbishop, bring Communists Into his cabinet to show bis gra titude. Other editorials called upon Makarlos' to fly tmmedlat ely to Moscow.; ; NO RESPONSE ' There has been no official re sponse to the Soviets. One report said Foreign Minister Sy- pros Kyprianpu would leave Mr Moscow Friday to begin talks eer auUtatysssL.V ; v The United Nations peace ef fort suffered en unexpeoted set- : back when Finnish ; mediator Sekarl S. Tuomloja suffered mild stroke Ja Geneva Sunday a few hours before hie departure tor another round ef talks m Athens. Ankara and Nicosia. He was placed la hospital and his doctors said be would need long rest . The SS-year-old diplomat's condition deteriorated during the night, end doctors perform ed emergency surgery for Mood clot oa the brain early today.. JUST A SPRINKLE IN RENFREW ,-: . Rain Helps Carleton Farms But Other Counties Still Dry With the exception of the Immediate Ottawa district, the drought situation remains bed for ana farmers. '.'' . Only Carleton County enjoyed weekend reins. For the surrounding counties ft wes either isolated showers or nothing at elL , f Carleton agricultural tpokee-maa termed it "million doilar mm.- ,;,r,,:. u;....-; GREEN PASTURES Cora fields and postures have now turned green again. The rain didn't do much for growth but It helped keep thing alive,'' said Urry Campbell. Carleton agricultural spokesman said. ABANDONED ON Youth Left to Die, Motorist Sudbury fCPv-Poike to - day sought a . motorist who drove two toen-egers, one of them injured, to within a short distance of their, campsite but refused so go all the way because he didnt want to get ot Leonard Sell. IS, of Sudbury, died shortly after be wes abandoned on she rood to the camp while companion, Tlmo Heap-tnaki, IS, of Sudbury, went to tet help. . The youths were returning from a dance' Saturday St No-pewsael Lake, II miles south of hers, when Sell chased a rabbit they sew on the road.' During the chese the youth , Jubilonf Help Offer There wes ' speculation that UN Secretary-General U Thent would appoint a new mediator or take over Tuomtoja's work himself. The Finnish diplomat had hoped to win acceptance of a compromise proposed by lor' mcr U.S. etate secretary Dean Acbeson, ,- President : Jobmon's special Cyprus envoy. . Achesoa bee been meeting separately with Greek and Turkish representatives to Ge neva. His plan calls for Cyprus' GdEasy, U K Warning To Russia - LONDON (AP) The British Government urged the Soviet Union today to avoid inflaming the critical situation in Cyprus. v A foreign office spokesman told reporters: ' : ' "We expect the Soviet government to. conform to the United Nations Security Council resolution of Aug. 9 which (in paragraph 4) called on all states to refrain from any action that might exacerbate the situation in Cyprus and broaden' ttie tostWtles." -'.' ' - Privately, British authorities rejected Khrushchev's . claim that . Britain and . other Western Powers hav been encouraging . the Turks to Intervene In Cyprus. . ' ' ' ' DENIES NEWS REPORT - The British position has been emphasized to Makarlos' government by Gen. Sir Alec Bishop, the high commissioner in Nicosia. . - The foreign office also denied a British newspaper report that Britain already is resigning itself to loss of its military bases in Cyprus, which accommodate strong British troop units and elements of the nation's V-Bomber force. .' - ! The spokesman said "there is no question of the evacuation of any : of our sovereign bases In Cpyrus." - - .. - - , Russell ' Osier, of Leeds County, said there was no rain la hie area. ' - "Our last rainfall wee a week ago im the north half of the county. The south half at that time got only shower sufficient to wet our shirts. There's been othing since,'' be said. Mr. Osier said the dryest spot in the county was a email area around Lye and Brock-vllle. -.- v- Com ha (uffered terrifically during the but 10 days.. R Is a mad situation.1' - ,. HELPS RENFREW ! .. Frank Dench, of Renfrew County, estimated about one tenth of the rain bad fallen in his district ROAD Sou; fell over an embankment be tide the road, landing oa his Heepemekl told police be flagged down the motorist wee geve both boys a lift to 'toe lent ef the Sell summer cottage, about a mile down the road. The youth did not get the name of the driver. - ..; The men refused to drive the IJU feet up the ton, saying he did not want to get involved. Hsapamaki said. The "driver also asked that police sot be told about him driving them from the accident scene. The Sell boywaa deed when Haepemekl returned with the youth's father Gilbert Sell. 9ht anion with Greece end special safeguards for the Turklsh-Cyp- riot minority. Including a Turk tab military base on the island. Titomloja' illness comes fa particular blow because there were sixes last week that Greece and Turkey might cent a solution along the Ache- son lines, although there been no approval from the Mak erioe government. Ten tt Page - SOVIET "But what we bad wes well received. It turned things green again for us, he said. Shower were reported oy Jack Steel la Lanark County. -It made things a little relieved the pasture situation, damper for us. It certainly But I don't think it has done much for the corn and it is too late to beta the bay or grain." said the agricultural representative. . : it. il II - Hits lieiiver For Brock Retirement . . . . ... . CHESTER, NS'fSrt Reer Admiral H. P.' Pullea,r .ettred ftago fllcer Atlantic Coast, said Sunday be disagrees with the retirement of Rear Admiral def- fry BrocM be Navy's Atlantic Coast commander. Defence Minister Hellyera s nouncedl a Ottawa Frtdeyt bat Admiral Brock, who will be 11 Aug. 21, -will retire Ja November. - V", -Personally, It boroughry disagree witht be retirement of Admiral Brock, and I do so ee e private citizen, Admiral Pol len sold In on Interview here. "What the minister aosal a hii business. Admiral Brock has been retired by the order of the Minister end that's K." Ad miral Pullea said. I - - - I r i !iiii;l,M..VliLkl Khanh Sets Out to Form ' .. 1 ' Cabinet New Viet Nam ; President Takes Over From Minh ... Frees AP-Rewters SAIGON (CP) Ma). - Gen. Nguyen Khanh today began his first day as president of South Viet Nam with . formation of war cabinet his initial task. " The former prime minister was elected Sunday to the pres idency by members of the M-man military Junta under e new constitution approved unanim ously.., . ' The Junta pieced only one re straint on Khanh. It insisted en a constitutional provision requiring the president to consult with the Junta, the military revolutionary council, before Issu ing decrees. - WITHIN WEEK Government sources si Khanh probably will name cab inet members within a week. Khanh. who received St of the St votes, rose to power about sis months ago after a blood less coup deposing Mal.-Gen. Duong Van Minh, a key figure in the overthrow of the Ngo Dine Diem. regime last Novem ber. ... .2 . The election pushed Minh al most completely out of the pic ture. He bad remained In the token office ef chief of state, although he did not have any reel power. Khanh told reporters that Minh would keep the position of "advieer" to the Junta "until further notice." NEW" CONSTITUTION The president said the Junto would appoint a provisional na tional assembly with legislative The present situation ocraticaiiy-etocted MW CsXtttitV- two was deslgaed to fit Sooth Vist Nam's war -dan situation. bat also makes provisioa toe beguning of when peace eventually Only one-third of the MM members would be would be representatives of the armed forces, the rest civilians. Hoffa Sentence CHICAGO (A Teamsters Union President James R. Hoffa. convicted July 23 of a massive scheme to defraud a S280.000,- 000 union pension fund, will eppeer for eentencines today. Hona can be esntenced to e maximum of 20 years la prison and $13,000 In fine by Judge Richard B. Austin of U.S. dis trict court, who presided over toe three-month trial. aiso to be sentenced are Hoffa' six co-defendants In the trial, who were each found guilty of at least one count of conspiracy and one count of fraud. Hoffa was convicted on three counts of fraud and one of conspiracy. ' The men wars convicted ef fraudulently ' arranging nx than S20.000.000 in loans from the pension fund and Illegally diverting more then S 1,000,000 to their own use. Report UK $60 Million Order to U.S. LONDON (Reuters) A 20, 000.000 (S60.000.000) -missile order for the Royal Navy hi to be pieced In the United Slates. the Daily Mail says. The newspaper says the gov ernment ha decided to buy the VS. Sparrow 3 missile instead of the British Hswker Red Top to arm tne navy- u.5. Phantom flghters. The report says two other new developments' have dis turbed leader of the British aircraft Industry. . First wee a plaa to place the 150,000.000 order for building Phantoms in Canada. '.' The ether, be wrote, wee the virtual . certainty that the French Breguet Atlantic turbo prop plane would be ordered for Coastal Commend, instead or a British etrcrart. . mao ev oent legtsisjurextmpossiMe, Khanh said the Today 50 Hurt in Negro Stonings nn xn i n n nn By The Canadian A weekend of scattered racial violence in the United States was capped Sunday night by a race riot near Chicago that left at least SO persons injured and brought 200 police to the scene carrying shotguns. ' Gangs of Negroes roamed through Dixmoor, 111., a suburb south of Chicago that is integrated though predominantly Negro. The injured were mostly whites. - - - -c-.:r- . Scattered incidents of racial violence occurred in several southern localities. a In Albany, Ga., where one person was injured and 13 arrested in a brick and bottle-throwing spree Saturday night, leaders of a nonviolent ctvll rights organisation said they will u -,.-x have meetinp aimed at curbing further outbursts. - j Scores of crosses, many of them on school grounds, were burned Saturday night in Louisiana, Including St. Helene Parish (county) where the first rural school desegregation In that state Is scheduled to begin today. Large and small communities alike were chosen for the fiery symbols of the Ku Klu Klan. In Mississippi .two shooting Incidents, one beating and six cross burnings were reported Saturday at Jackson. At Greenwood, Miss., a Negro civil rights worker, 8 lias McOhee, 20, was shot In the cheek with a small calibre irun. A doctor said X-ravs ; , f .RIOT POWCE CLEAR THE STREETS SheruTs police who Joined with local police and state troopers march with riot -guns at the reedy a loud speakers in squad cars ordered crowd of 1.000 Negroes to disperse from Dixmoor, 111, streets' after more than SO were Injured In disorder last night Police wear helmet and plastic face shields. - " v ' , , . i r . , Af Jeail WlnsStot) UP 22 PERCENT irst Half Exports Record at$3.8 Billion By The Caaadlaa IVsssx- J first half of this year s chirred a' record value of S3.-833,800,000, a 22 per cent hike ever the first sis months of 1963, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today. Gains In sales to most of Canada's main trading areas,' including the big wheat sale to Soviet Russia and. other Eastern European Countries, Seeks U.S. Planes For Conge- Frees AP-R eaters LEOPOLD VI LLE (CP) - Ceageles Premier Moise Tshombe has called on the United Stotes to send his, gov ernment long - . range scout planes so it can keep closer wetch on rebel movements to the eastern Congo. A U.S. embassy official said Tthombe's appeal, made during talk with C. Menaea Wil liams, U.S. assistant, secretary been sent to Washington. An of-been sent to Washinlton. -An of ficial at the U.S. embassy here indicated there wes no reason why the United States would re ject the request which would come wider the U.S. military technical assistance program. The planes would he flown by U.S. pilots but they would be at the disposal of the Congolese geverameat for deployment against rebel forces led by leftist Gaston SoumaltoL Dispatches from rebel territory said the Congolese Army has stopped a drive tn Bukavu, capital of Klvu, where Insurgent forces bed pushed to the city's outskirts. Army headquarters said about M rebels have been killed In mop-up operations hi the Mils around Bukavu. . , . . ;. u mm Press .1 accounted for the b ig bv K The bureau said the gen eral advance was due al- moslx entirely to , greater volume of trade. The average level of export price during the first six months increased Just over one per cent over the same 1963 period while the general index of physical volume was- 21 , per cent greater. '.. , ,. The United States continued to be the leading market for Canadian exports but Its share of the total dropped slightly tol 52.4 per cent from 86.7 In the first half of 1963. , - , Shipments to the U.S. in the January-June period this year rose 11.1 per cent to S2.0II 600.000. Newsprint led the list. sales rising 1.2 per cent.' - - The DBS report did not cite commodity values by countries. Exports to Britain rose 23 per cent m the first six months of this year, compared with the same period of 1963. -v Wheat remained the largest export Item to Britain, though it feu la value by ! per cent : SINGER MARRIES ' ESSEX FALLS. N J. (AP) Constance Fraoconero, better anown ae singer vonnie rren- cls, was married Saturday to Richard KanellU, a public tela tions agent. It was the second marriage for Kanellis, JJ, who was divorced, end the first for Mist Francis, B. Brain-Teaser .V- ,r ., -r ... , , A new brain-teaser Criss - - 1. TV Journal, Based on the crossword puzzle idea, Criss -Cross is a battle of whs between the author end contestants to see who can come up with the highest score, CMse-Cross .win be published daily to the classified section with s diagram showing the suthor'i scoring . appearing a day later. . ' -v. , r i . showed a pellet or small nose. , Set 17 Children Die in Bus BOURG ST. MAURICE. France (AP) The death count rose to 17 today in aa Alpine ous eccioent waicB turned al children's holiday outing Into tragedy. Doctors worked to save the lives of, II others inlured when the but went off the road Sun day and plunged 2M feet into s ravine. The bus wes carrying vaca tioning youngsters from a shep herd's festival back to their camp at the Summer resort of Sees near the Swiss frontier. The driver. , 11-year-old Ar- mand Lothier, who suffered se vers injuries, told police be wet forced off the road by an ap proaching car. The bus crashed through guard raft at the tide of the rose end landed upside down at the bottom of the ravine. Motorists helped remove the deed end Injured from the wreckage. The accident occuired in the hamlet of La Frolde, about four miles from the T.17I foot sum mit of Little St. Bernard, peek In the Alpine rang which Include! Mount Blanc. All the victims were French many were from the northern city of Arras. ' - ' ACTRESS WED HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac tress Amanda Blake, Kitty the Guns moat television series. was married Saturday to Art- tone cattleman Jason. S. Day. Miss B I e k e, SL whose real name le Beverly Louise Weill was married twice beta actor Jack Shea and television director Don Whitman. It was the second marriage for Dey, M. who has two sons by a prev ious marriege. X''. : ev ' r- if Tragedy e bullet lodged behind -the In Dixmoor l.SOt angry Negroes rioted for five hours Sunday night and . early today before 2M shotgun carrying police restored order. 1 More than 5 persons, most of them while, were injured when Negroes stoned them in their eutos. Twenty five Negroes were arrested after the first racial outbreak this summer la the Chicago area. A Negro and e white man were shot but not seriously injured. At least persons re quired hospital care end four of them were in hospital In good condition. Seven of the Injured were under II years aid. Including a seven-week-old infant.-. At the height of the rioting. police blockaded the six block area where about M aetoe were stoned. Tear gas bombs were used to break up the snobs. "There was terrific violence . In those ' streets." said Lieut. Mervia Horsmann of the sher iffs police of Cook County. -We expect to contBHte.' - - PATROL STRENGTHENED V Sheriff Richard B. Ogiivie. in charge of the policemen at the riot scene, estimated l,SM Ne- . groes took part. Ogiivie ordered heavy patrol In the neighbor hood to prevent further rioting. Police said the disturbance had been brewing since Satur day night when e Negro woman wss accused of trying to Meal a bottle of gin from a liquor ' store. Negroes sa d the woman was beaten by the white store owner. - - Protesting Negroes demon- st rated Saturday night and returned last night ia greater force. . . Horemena said atone time Sunday night civil rights mad- used police Aicropbones urging the crowd to disperse. ' But they (toe crowds) Just wanted vwUmcc," be said. Moat the demonstrators were youths in their teens, be said. The demonstrator smashed window In the closed liquor store end began looting, but were driven off by police. The Negroes retreated a nw blocks east of the store, where they betas stoning eutos. Hers- ' msna said e total of SI person were injured: BURN HOUSE - The mob set fire to a vacant. newly constructed home la aa attempt, officials said, to hire police end fire officials Into the area. The home wes destroyed end another next door was damaged es h took firemen lVi hours, escorted by J eoiicemeu, to reach the scene and put out the flosses. . . ) , What's Artkbhkip ' Ane, - - sWetvaf mlif vef.-u..;.,.-A- Pt J tk )utt of seece ae-f. lU mvtr Froeeoele. UN SAesWeeye e ! Cmnit$' neis! , ' VM. ...-,-,. PP J.'-. Billy' Graheej, .'.j ...... tt Bridge v. -....M.i.i".. tt Classified Ads .-- Se-M Comics... tttt 'Crossword .i.. ...... .. tt Editorials Financial . Horoscope ............ 11 Kilgailen .............. IB ' Sports....... W-lt,SJ TenMeWhyi tt TV. Radio tt Theatres'... Weather ............... a Women's News ...... lt-tt Your Heeltb tt ")t 71J - ! 1

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