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Leftists win in turkey

ANKARA, Turkey IA' - The
left-leaning Republican People's
party of Bulent Ecevit emerged
cesterday as the winner of the
Turkish nwional elections, but it
anneared the American-edulcat-
ed former premier would have
to turn to coalition partners to
form a government.
Almost complete returns from
Sinday's general election gave
Ecevit's party 5,755,000 votes, or
41.5 per cent, to 5,177,000, or 37.3
per cent, for the Justice party
of Premier Suleyman Demirel.
THE STATE radio and tele-
vision predicted Ecevit's party
wouild win 212 seats in the 450-
member National Assembly to
187 seats for the Justice party.
The rest was divided among five
other parties and independents.
Ecevit claimed at a news con-
ference he could count on at
least 220 seats, only six short of
a majority, and would pick tip
enough from independents and
defectors from other parties to
govern without a coalition.
Ecevit, who ordered the 1974
Turkish invasion of Cyprqs, pro-
naised to seek improved rela-
tions with the United States.
Ties between the two North At-
lantic Treaty Organization (NA-
TO) allies became strained when
Congress imposed an embargo
on arms sales to Turkey after its
forces invaded Cyprus.
IN RETALIATION, Turkey
closed 25 U.S. intelligence-gath-
ering bases on its soil. The bases
remain closed, and a partial em-
barrio is still in effect.
"We shall certainly exert ev-
ery effort to restore cooperation,
friendship ahd mutual trust with
the United States," Ecevit said.
"But of course, this cannot be a
one-way street."
Asked if Turkey might leave
NATO because of the arms em-
bargo, Ecevit said, "This would
certainly have an impact on Tur -
key's contribution to develop a
national defense concept without
actually cutting ties with NA-
TO."
ECEVIT HAS maintained that
membership in NATO is vital to
Turkey's interests. But he
claims Turkey contributed-more
to the alliance through its posi-
tion as NATO's eastern anchor
than it ever got out of member-
ship in the alliance.

BULENT ECEVIT, FORMER premier and leader of Turkey's
center-left Republican People's party, waves from the balcony
of the party's headquarters yesterday. Ecevit has won the pre.
sidency of Turkey._
ot my bag to
kill people'-Colln

The results marked the great-
est el toral success for the Re-
a'bli'-, Poiile's party in near-
lv tl'ree di'ades. Exuberant
sinnsimes c a r r i e d banners
throisIh tho stree's of Ankara
and st-phl, chanting "Down
with the tas-ists" and "Ecevit
Premier."
Eevit lnealed to Turkey's
urban ad youth groups with a
well-orgaaied campaign built
around his own charismatic per-
sonality and allegations of weak-
ness and corruption in Demir-
el's four-party coalition govern-
ment,
HE A('iV)D Demirel of fail-
ing to stn the wave of street
violence between leftists and
rightists in the major cities that
has claimed some 60 lives in the
past few months.
Demirel, who served four
times as premier, issued a state-
meet nr"'sOing to "uphold and'
respet i- "hoice of our na-
tion." II--Jiedi Ecevit mould
be unable to govern without a
co-alit ion.
Ecevit declined comoment on
the Cyprs situation, claiming
Demirel had kept him uninform-
ed on current negotiations. Some
40,000 Turkish troops occupy the
northern third of the Mediter-
ranean isleid, ostensibly to pro-
tect the Turkish minority from
the Greek majority.
E CEViT TOLD reporters he
planned to improve relations
with Greece, however.
"If our feelings to restore
friendship are reciprocated by
responsible people in Greece, I
foresee no future problems," he
said.
On economic subjects, Ecevit
declined comment on rumors the
Turkish currency might soon be
devalued. He said he hoped Tur-
key's "friends and international
lending organizations will show
sufficient understanding" for the
country's economic- problems,
including a 25 per cent inflation
rate and 15 per cent unemploy-
ment.
TOAY AT 7ad 9:05PM
TODAY AT 7 ad 9 PM
,MUHAMMAD AL I M
fda t taMth Mi
TODAY AT 7 and 9 P M.
MUHAMMA AllR,

JACKSON (UPI) -- Insisting
it's "not my bag to kill people,"
John Norman Collins is sticking
to his claim of innocence- and
says his 1970 conviction for mur-
dering an Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity coed was tainted by im-
proper police conduct.
"I think it takes a certain kind
of individual to take a person's
life, especially the way Karen
Sue Beineman was killed," Col-
lins said in a public television'
interview to be aired toiight.
"That's just not my bag to kill
people.'?
"I'M NO angel but I'm not a
killer either," he said.
Collins, a handsome dark-hair-
ed young man, was convicted by
a Washtenaw County jury in
August, 1970 of the sex slaying
of Beineman - an 18-year-old
EMU freshman.
Beineman was the last of sev-
en victims in a highly-publicized

series of sex slayings which ter-
rorized Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
in the late 1960s. Collins was not
charged with the other murders.
COLLINS claimed that follow-
ing his arrest, authorities tried
to bribe him to confess and kept
him in solitary confinement in
hopes he would "crack up and
confess."
He said he was arrested illeg-
ally and forced to appear in a
line-up without an attorney and
he charged that police officers
"kidnapped".his roommate and
questioned him for three days
without an attorney. Collins said
in light of the emotionally-charg-
ed atmosphere in Washtenaw
t County at the time, it was im-
proper for authoriies to deny
him a change of venue.

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