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Wednesday, September 18, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Turkish prime
minister quits

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ANKARA, (Reuter) - Turkish
Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit
held a final cabinet meeting
yesterday before handing in
his resignation.
The last action, of Ecevit's
deeply - divided coalition was
to recommend that martial law
be extended for 45 days in 10
strategic provinces along the
Greek border and the Aegean
and Mediterranean coasts.
PARLIAMENT WILL be re-
Seat
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assails
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WASHINGTON OP) - A pro-
posal to allow coastal states to
share in federal offshore oil re-
venue has been assailed in the
Senate as "unconscionable bri-
bery" of states opposed to off-
shore drilling.
But backers maintain that the
measure, due for debate this
week would only help compen-
sate states for expenses they
incur from oil drilling in federa
waters off their coasts.
THE COURTS have consist-
ently ruled against the states in
their attempts to obtain a share
of oil revenue derived from fed
eral waters. The Senate meas
ure marks the first time an at
tempt has been made to com
pensate the states through con
gressional mandate.
Most states are not now en
titled to revenue from oil pro
duced beyond a three-mile limit
Coastal states maintain they are
entitled to some revenue from
oil produced beyond the limit
because they must provide gov
ernment services to oil compan
les and employes.
Because of this, Louisiana
commissioned a study of i t
costs traceable to offshore dril
- ling beyond the three-mile limi
f and came up with a $40 millioi
figure for 1972 alone.
"This is a burden that Louis
iana would not have were it no
for drilling beyond the limit,'
says Sen. Bennett Johnston (D
La.), sponsor of the revenut
proposal. "The costsrrepresen
our expenditures for roads, san"
itation facilities, schools .
t that would not be required bu
for the drilling."

called tomorrow to approve the
extension of martial law, which
was declared after Turkey's in-
vasion of Cyprus almost two
months ago.
Ecevit, who Monday announc-
ed his decision to resign, thank-
ed his cabinet for their support
through the difficult days of
the Cyprus crisis. "We have.
tried to do something good for
our country," he was reported
to have said.
The disputes within his eight-#
month-old government came to
a head on Saturday when Dep-
uty Premier Necmettin Erba-
kan and six other National Sal-
vation Party (NSP) ministers
moved to stop Ecevit from visit-
ing Scandinavia.
ECEVIT Monday called off
his visits to Norway, Sweden,
Finland and Denmark because
of the political crisis.
Leaders of his Republican
Peoples Party (RPP) yester-
day formally approved his de-
- cision to quit and he was ex-
pected to hand his resignation to
- President Fahri Koruturk with-
in 24 hours.
But the 49-year-old premier
may only be out of office for
a matter of hours. As leader of
the biggest political party he is
expected to be asked to form
another administration, possi-
bly to lead Turkey to early
elections.
S ECEVIT, his popularity and
authority boosted by his hand-
- ling of the Cyprus crisis, has
suggested December as a poll-
ing date. But it may be diffi-
- cult to organize elections in
- the heart of the bitter Turkish
winter.
In the meantime, he may try
to form a coalition with the
rightwing Democratic Party or
a suggest the RPP rule as a
t minority government.

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ANDREI GROMYKO (right), minister for foreign affairs of the Soviet Union, arrives at
New York's Kennedy Airport Monday night accompanied by Yakov Malik. Gromyko plans to
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countries

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IfNITED NATIONS (Reuter) At the outset, Algerian Fore- rica, Cambodia and Cyprus.
- The 29th session of the Unit- ign Minister Abdelazie Boute-' The assembly last year over-
ed Nations General Assembly flika was elected president for turned a committee recom-
opened yesterday with the ad- the session, succeeding Leopol-
mission of three new members do Benites of Ecuador.'{ mendation in favor of S o u t
- Bangladesh, Grenada and The most prestigious of U.N. Africa and rejected the creden-
Guinea-Bissau - among the offices rotates among regional tials subcommitted on behalf of
first items of business. groups. Bouteflika, the o n 1 y tht member stats.
Their entry will bring to 138 candidate, was the choice of the If the South African creden-
the membership of the world African members.
body, which was formed in 1945 tials are rejected again thi
with 51 states. UNDER THE rules, the out-; year, African members were
going president named the nine- said yesterday to be ready t
ABOUT 3,000 delegates are at- member Credentials Committee, ask the Security Council to con-
tending the 13-week session, and as follows: Belgium, China, Cos- sider expelling &auth Africa
most of the delegations will be ta Rica, Philippines, Senegal, from the U.N. as a persistent
led by foreign ministers or oth- Soviet Union, Tanzania, United violator of the charter.
S Sttteffianerse Presiunl

Ford will address the assembly
tomorrow. At least three credentials chal-

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Wednesday, September 18, 1974
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