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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-i hursday, February 21, ! V !4t

THE MICHiGAN DAILY Thursday, February 21, IW't

Turkey to start G EO to
sowin -oies seek legal

FALL '74
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AFYON, Turkey (Reuter)-Less election campaign. The Republican
than two years after Turkey People's Party (RRP) and National (Continued from P
banned the cultivation of opium Salvation Party-partners in the
poppies, the farmers of Southwest new coalition-both pledged to end the results show over t
Anatolia are preparaing to sow a the measure and it won them many employes were willing
new poppy crop. votes. -"a threat the Univ
Seeds have been brought out of respect," she said.
storage ready for planting the mo- NOW THE PRESSURE is on the GEO members alsoc
ment the new government keeps government to keep its promise. many more graduat
its election promise to scrap the Foreign Minister Turan Gunes would be willing to s
American-sponsored ban. Hopes has already had one meeting with University attempted1
are high in the villages of this im- U.S. Ambassador William Macom- in the MERC balloting
poverished region, that before sum- ber on the ban, and a joint com- THE MEMBERS
mer ends, farmers will be cutting mittee of experts may be set up sTong ERSel
open the pod that produces the to look at the problem. strong efforts to enlist
world's finest opium-and, former- Gunes told the envoy that Turkey undergraduate support
ly, some of its finest heroin. -tl e o a yposition.
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claimed that
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trike if the
to interfere
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faculty and,
for GEO's

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ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER Golda Meir speaks Tuesday night
at the World Zionist Workers Council in Jerusalem. She told the
council she hoped Defense Minister Moshe Dayan would not quit
her government.
Meir plans new govt

IN THE CAPITAL of Ankara,
American diplomats are working,
hard to save the ban but already
there are predictions that the
opium issue is likely to upset
Turkish-American relations.
"The road ahead could get al
bit bumpy," one U.S. diplomat
said this week.
Before 1972, an estimated 80
per cent of the heroin brought by
American addicts originated in
Turkey.- To get the ban enforced,
the U.S. agreed to pay 35.7 million
dollars compensation-more than
half of which has already been
handed over to Turkish authorities
for regional development.
IN THE VILLAGES around Afyon,
-the city's name means "opium"
-there is still little comprehension
of the ravages of heroin addiction.
Turkey has no drug problem.
Instead, there are bitter com-
plaints that despite American com-
pensation, farmers' earnings have
slumped disastrously since they
were stopped from growing pop-
pies.
The ban was the main issue in
this area during last October's
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wanted to assist the United states,
but could not jeopardize the liveli-
hood of about 100,000 farming fami-
lies in the Afyon region.
Sex flick
profitable,
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'74, who came with his apparently
indifferent girfriend. "B u t not
enough to masturbate in there. I
suppose some people might, but
I'm just not that deprived."
Or, as John Sibert, grad, sum-
med it up: "It's arousing and ex-
citing. Sort of like playing poker."
if you missed Green Door, by
the way, don't worry. There's more,
to come. The Devil in Miss Jones
will be shown here in April.

Silberstein said that once MERC
recognizes GEO as a legal bargain-
ing agent the administration will
have to address the demands pre-
sented to it.
"What we have wanted all along
is a negotiated, written contract
and the University has sidetracked
that with the MERC recognition is-
sue," Silberstein said. "But follow-
ing the election that sidetrack will
vanish."
NONETHELESS, if GEO does be-
come a legal bargaining agent, the
University could stall negotiations
by refusing to discuss the demands
"in good faith."
Throughout the meeting, the
group as a whole seemed deter-
mined to continue organizing and;
pressuring the University to im-j
prove working conditions for the
graduate employes. "Its important'
the administration knows we are
still here and we still want our
demands met," Silberstein said.

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assured of support from the Com-
munists, the left-wing Moked group
and the Civil Rights party.
This would give 66 votes in the
Knesset.
THE PREMIER was prevented
from forming a majority govern-
ment when she failed to resolve
differences with the National Re-
ligious party, a partner in all pre-
vious Israeli Cabinets.
The rabbis of the Religious party
insisted on tighter religious rules
in the Jewish state and a promise
that Israel would not return oc-
cupied Biblical lands in west Jor-
dan to King Hussein.
Of Dayan, Meir said: "I have no

A WEEKLYL
PRESENT,
FEATURE
FRIDAY AN!
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MICHAEL CAINE am
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doubt that he will join. I have;
asked him, I am asking him, and
I will ask him to join, and I hope
he will do so."'
DAYAN KEPT his plans to him-
self. His departure from politics
would be a blow to both the gov-
ernment and the armed forces heI
has led off and on for the past 18t
years.
He told student leaders Tuesday
that he wanted new elections and
less criticism fromn his own Labor
party. But he said yesterday that
"I will give my fullest support to
Prime Minister Golda Meir and to
any government she ckooses . .
I will give every assistance.
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Can Hieronymus Merkin
ever forget Mercy Humppe
and find true happiness?
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Saturday, Feb. 23, 1974-8 p.m.
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B IL L MONROE~
The father of Blue-Grass music
will be at
the Pretzel Bell
Thurs., Feb. 21
Only a few tickets are left
STANDINGROOM ONLY AFTER 9 P.M.
Bi llMonroe will beon the Johnny Cash T.V.
Special on Feb. 23
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