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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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ONE-DAY WALK-OUT

guerrila
chief dies
LIMASSOL, Cyprus (R) - Thous-
ands of Greek Cypriots gathered
outside a humble house in Limas-,
sol yesterday to pay their re-
spects to Gen. George Grivas, guer-
rilla hero of the independence
struggle against the British who
died Sunday of a heart attack.
The body of the frail, 75-year-old
soldier who two years ago launch-
ed a new guerrilla movement to
fight for Enosis' union with Greece,
lay on a simple iron bed in the
house he used as his secret head-
quarters from 1955-59 when he led
the EOKA underground fight
against British occupation and for
Enosis..
CYPRIAN PRESIDENT Archbis-
hop Makarios proclaimed a general
amnesty for all imprisoned mem-
bers of Grivas' underground to
honor his old ally and later arch-
enemy.
Many saw the amnesty as an at-
tempt to prevent Cyprus f r o hl
sliding gradually into a fratricidal
civil war between the supporters of
Makarios and those of the general.
The two men fell out in 1960
when Makarios accepted condition-
al independence for Cyprus, ex-
cluding Enosis, because of violent
objections by the Turkish govern-
ment and the one-fifth Turkish Cyp-
riot minority.
Grivas returned secretly to the
island in September 1971. He re-,
mained in hiding until his death,
directing a new underground known
as EOKA B, to overthrow Makarios
and bring about Enosis by force.

British trains halted

PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
CITY CENTER ACTING COMPANY
JOHN HOUSEMAN, Artistic Director

By Reuter and UPI
LONDON - Wildcat walkouts by
train crews yesterday disrupted,
Britain's state-run rail system,
plunging London's busy commuter
network into chaos and axing long
distance services through the coun-
try.

ures to k
tioning ifc
ened natim
BRITAIN
threatened
Feb. 10 i
dicted, a
week ann

eep vital services func-
coal miners call a threat-
onwide strike.
N'S 269,000 miners have
to walk off their jobs
f, as their leaders pre-
rank-and-file ballot this
roves the strike.
coalmine strike looking
more certain, threats of
vigorous action were is-
Mick McGahey, commun-

ist vice president of the National
Union of Mineworkers.
McGahey, now regarded as the
most forceful of all the miners'
leaders, said that once a strike
starts, safety crews would not be
allowed to keep mines in working
order.
This prompted some newspaper
comment that subverting military
loyalty was a punishable crime.

The one-day strike was called by i
station and signalmen who resented Wi
being deprived of overtime pay be-!mor
cause stoppages by engineers had!addit
left them no work to do. sued
FOR SEVEN consecutive Sun-
days, trains have been shut down
because of a slowdown by 29,000
railroad engineers.
Meanwhile, the government of
Prime Minister Edward Heath yes-
terday drafted emergency meas-;

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and
ional
by Mv

AP Photo
GREEK CYPRIOT underground leader George Grivas died Sunday
of a heart attack, according to officials of his guerrilla movement.
Guerrilla officials said the struggle for union with Greece would
continue under the command of a new leader.
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personal or interpersonal growth regarding sexual-
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have great flexibility in the course it finally takes.
A premiinary meeting for interested persons
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floor, Michigan Union. One series of 7 sessions will
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second series on another evening is possible if in-
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LEADERS: Marian Cohen (Mental Health Clinic)
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The group is open to individuals or couples who are UNDER-
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not you can be present at the preliminary meeting, call either
Marian (764-8316) or Len (764-7442) by Thursday, Jan. 31.

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sleep later and save gasi
Whether you've been studying or partying the night before, you
could forget the rush hour hassle and enjoy a few extra winks each
morning at our place. If you're involved in campus activities, you
can walk to meetings instead of driving. Save your gas money for
that special date with your special friend. There are other good
features here you'll like. So ... make the right move.
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