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Michigan Daily

Vol. LXXXIV, No. 47-S

Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 24, 1974

Ten Cents

Twelve Pages

Greek gov't collapses;
Cyprus rebel resigns
Makarios expects return to power
-.__._®...__ _ -1By The Associated Press
The military government in
Cyprus Greece and the Cypriot regime it
sponsored collapsed yesterday in
developments the aftermath of the bloody tur-
moil on Cyprus.
at a glance In New York, Archbishop Maka-
NICOSIA - Turkish invaders rios, the deposed Cypriot president,
held full control yesterday of the said he plans to return to the Medi-
northern coastal resort of Kyrenia terranean i s 1 a n d within a few
ndr a greatly enlarged area .weeks.

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stretching south to the capital city
of Nicosia. The shaky cease-fire
appeared to be holding in most
places.
NICOSIA - Nikos Sampson,
president of the Greek Cypriot
military regime that overthrew
Archbishop Makarios July 15, re-
signed his post yesterday in what
was viewed as an effort to reach
a peace settlement with Turkey.
Glafcos Clerides, speaker of the
Cypriot House of Representatives
under the Makarios government,
was named to take over
ATHENS - The president of
Greece's military-backed regime
summoned exiled former Premier
Constantine Caramanlis home
yesterday to form a new civilian
government of national union.
NEW YORK - Archbishop Ma-
k:rios, deposed president of Cy-
pros, said yesterday he believes
new developments in that country
mean that he will return to power
within a few weeks. Makarios said
at a news conference here that he
believed Glafcos Clerides, who took
oser as the new president of Cy-
prus, was acting in his behalf.

FORMER GREEK Premier Constan-
tine Caramanlis, who had called the
overthrow of Makarios a "national dis-
aster," was invited by Greece's military
president to return from exile to head
a civilian government of national union.
Caramanlis almost immediately board-
ed a plane loaned him by the French
government for the four-hour trip to
Athens, and was welcomed by thousands
of people at Athens airport. He told the
crowd: "I know that the Greek people
in difficult moments are united, and to-
gether I hope to be able to construct
a new democracy."
These developments c a m e in quick
succession in advance of a scheduled
Cyprus conference set up by Britain with
Turkey and Greece in Geneva. The con-
ference was to open today, but a United
Nations spokesman in New York said
he understood it would be delayed be-
cause of the resignation of the Greek
government,
GREECE CHARGED at the United
Nations yesterday that Turkish forces
were expanding their hold on Cyprus,
See GREEK, Page 9

REP. LAWRENCE Hogan (R-Md), a member of the House Judiciary Commit-
tee announces yesterday his intention to vote for impeachment. Hogan, who is
running for governor of Maryland, made the announcement the day before
the committee was scheduled to begin debate on the proposed articles of im-
peachment.

Moderate Re publican on judiciary

unit says
WASHINGTON (P) - Rep. Lawrence tio
Hogan of Maryland, a Republican mem- wt
ber of the House Judiciary Committee, I
announced yesterday he will vote to of
impeach President Nixon wi
"I have come to the conclusion that the
Richard Nixon has, beyond a reason- ca
able doubt, committed impeachable of- im
fenses which, in my judgment, are of I
sufficient magnitude that he should be hi:
removed from office," Hogan said. tw
"THE EVIDENCE convinces me that he
my president has lied repeatedly," he I
added. af
Hogan, who is running for governor of ch
Maryland, made his announcement the su
day before committee debate was sched- no
uled on proposed articles of impeach- Bt
ment. to
Asked why he was declaring his posi he

he'll ba
on in advance, he replied the debate
ould be "pro forma."
HOGAN predicted that at least five
the 17 Republicans on the committee
ll vote for impeachment. He said if
e full House studies the evidence as
refully as he did, it also will vote to
peach President Nixon.
Hogan said that when word got out of
s impending announcement he received
o calls from the White louse which
did not return.
Presidential counselor Dean Burch,
ter consulting with White House staff
ief Alexander Haig in San Clemente,
mmoned newsmen yesterday to de-
ounce Hogan.
urch charged that Hogan's "ambition
be governor of Maryland . .. weighed
avily" on him and that he acted "from

ck impeachment
what he views as his political interest." oppose impeachment say it would weak
BURCH accused Hogan of using his en the presidency. In my view, if w
position on the committee "to gain name do not impeach the President after a
recognition" for his gubernatorial cam- that he has done, we would be weaken
paign and declared "this is not going ing the presidency even more "
to be well received by Republicans in HOGAN generally was not listed amon,
the state of Maryland . . . it could very those committee Republic1s mos
well go haywire on him." likely to support impeachment.
While acknowledging that Hogan's an-
nouncement damaged White House hopes Nearly all of the 21 Democrats ar
of blocking committee approval of an regarded as virtually certain to suppos
impeachment resolution, Burch said, 'I impeachment, while 11 Republicans uc
do not suggest it will result in any land- ually are listed as hard-line voter
slide or rush to judgment." against. Hogan is the first member t
Hogan said his decision was made formally announce his vote although oth
within the last few days but "the real frmlannuncedhotevatough ote
body blow was when the President re-
leased his tapes and I read in his own A majority of the 38-member commit
words things that shocked me." tee is required to recommend impeach
In his statement, he said, "Those who ment.

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