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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

Saturday, July 26, 1975.

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-TV
ton'qht
6:30 4 13 NBC News-Tom Brokaw
7 24 ABC News-Ted Koppel
11 CBS News-Dan-Rather
30 Basically Rebellion
-Documentary"
57 Jean Shepherd's America
7:00 2 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles in Black
7 Detroit-Discussion
9 Pollce Surgeon-Crime
Drama
11 Bee Haw
13 54 Lawrence Welk
24 Last of the Wild
30 Animal Survival Kit
56 57 Firing Line--Buckley
7:30 2 425.000 Pyransld
4 Masquerade Party
7 Treasure Tunt
9 Out and About
24 Let's Make a Deal
2:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Movie-Western
"Nevada Smith"
7 24 Keep on Truckin'
-Comedy
9 All Around the Circle
-Variety
20 Nanny and the Professor
30 56 57 Philadelphia Folk
Festival
50 That Good Ole Nashville
"Music
8:30 2 11 The Jetersons-Comedy
9 Billy Liar-Comedy
20 Public Policy Forums
50 Nicht Gallery
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
7 24 Democratic National
Telethon
9 Barbara Frum-Interview
30 56 57 Bonnie Raitt and
Paul Butterfield-Music
50 Perry Mason BW
9:30 2 Bob Newhart
4 13 Movie-Crime Drama
e"They Only Come Out at
Nieht."
11 Eleven at Large
20 Temple Baptist Church
10:00 2 11 Moses the Lawgiver
-Drama
9 On the Evidence-Drama
20 700 Club
30 57 Tim Weisberg: Jazz-
Rock
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie-Comedy BW
"A Lesson in Love" (Swedish,
1953)

10:30 30 57 Boarding House-Music
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
S CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News
30 Janaki-Exercise
11:15 7 ABC News
9 A Look Back
24 On the Issue
11:30 2 Movie-Western
"Who Killed the Mysterious
Mr. Foster?" (1971)
4 Weekend-Report
7 24 Democratic National
Telethon Continues
9Movie-Mystery
"The Phantom of Soho.,,
(German; 1963) A mysterious
killer, clad in black, terror-
izes London's Soho district.-
11 Movie-Drama
"A Dandy in Aspic." tpn-llsh:
16) Complex spy thriller
about a Soviet agent (Laur-
ence Earver) caught between
the East and West.
13 Movie-Thrller
"The Brides of Dracula." (En-
glish: 19609 Entertaining -
hash of vampire lore with
dashes of Freud and Ten-
nese Williams,
20 Rieht On-Music
50 Movie-Thriller BW
"The Beast with Five Fine-
ers." (1946) A Grand Guig-
nolish tale of a murdered vic-
tim's severed hand seeking
revenge.
1:00 4 13 News
1:30 2 Movie-Thriller BW
"Voodoo Man." (1944) Ter-
rible trio (Bela Lugosl,
George Zuco, John Carra-
dine) kidnaps lovelies to
make zombies of them.
11 News
2:30 7 24 Democratic National
Telethon Continues
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Volume LXXXV, No. 50-S
Saturday, July 26, 1975
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Turks assume control

(Continued from Page 11
under which the installations
were set up, were no longer
valid.
Turkey had called for negotia-
tions over the arms embargo
last month and had given the
United States a one-month
deadline before the bases would
be placed on an unclarified
"temporary status," but ac-
tion was postponed until after
the 1H0t15e vote,
PRESIDENT FORD sent a
telegram to Ankara immediate-
lv after the House vote asking
the government not to close the
bases, and Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger telephoned
Prime Minister Suleiman De-
,mirel urging "restraint."
Demirel had said that "the
scope and the. limits of the
American decision" would de-
termine the Turkish attitude. It
is generally believed here that
much milder action would have
been taken against the Ameri-
can bases in case of a favor-
able House vote.

miliary
The bill rejected by the
House called for the delivery of
$185 million worth of weapons
to Turkey. Part of the sum
had already been paid by Tur-
key.
K I S S I N G E R, at a Wash-
ington news conference, called
the House vote "a tragic evolu-
tion" and an unfortunate deci-
sion for Turkey and Greece and
for prospects for a settlement
on Cyprus.
Ford had led a high-powered
campaign to resume some of
the arms deliveries. Imme-
diately after the vote, Ford said
the House action "can only do
the most serious and.irrepara-
ble damage to the vital national
security interest of the United-

bases
Karamursel south of Istanbul,
Sinop on the Black Sea coast
and Pirinclik in the southeast.
INFORMED sources say Pir-
inclik has a unique capacity
for gathering intelligence from
the Soviet Union.
The rest of the installations
form a network of radar lis-
tening stations.
They are known to be at Iz-
mir on the Agean coast, Gemlik
beside the Marmara Sea, Mala-
tya and Erzurum in the east,
Samsun on the Black Sea, Geli-
bolu on the Dardanelles, three
near Ankara, one each at Ba-
likesir and Askihesir in the
northwest, and two at Adana
near Incirlik.

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DAILY OFFICIA l
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Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meet Diag, 9 am.
WUOM: From the Midway-Har-
old B. Gores, "You Have To Be
Taught," 10 am; "Marie Lanza:
TheTurbulent Tears," part 2, 1 pm.
Michigan Rep '75: Wilson's The
Hot L Baltimore, Mendelssohn, 8
pm.
RC Summer Theatre: The Jani-
tors, E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
Sunday, July 27
Day Calendar

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ALFRED HITCHCQCK'S 1936

ates."
A complete list of the U. S.
tallations was not available
cause of security directives
t only four bases were con-
dered to be major facilities.
iey are Incirlik and three 1n-
lligence gathering units at (continsed fro Page 1)
;::3:-:::-::::::;:::::'c:::;:::::.:: ; sc::::::::::":2::: r.. Stafford, Slayton and Brand
BULLETIN donned oxygen masks, but
:tti:g::1"'"'%:f.: ::*:":,:f,: y;:V :;;;::g Brand passed out for about a
minute after the spacecraft was
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride, meet on the water. He was revived
ag, s am. after his mask was adjusted and
WUOM: States of the Union- the flow of oxygen assured.
centennial series: featured state,
nnsylvania, 1 pm. The astronauts told shipboard
Graduate Outing: Hiking and/or doctors of the gas problem after
imming, meet Rackham N. Entry, they left their spacecraft and
10 pm. the men were immediately sent
RC Summer Theatre: The Jani~ to bed in the ship's sick bay.
rs, E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
Monday, July 28 THE astronauts complained
WUOM: M. Felheim, "The Tradi- of chest pains yesterday morn-
n of the New in America: The ing when they took deep breaths.
'ts," 10:10 am. They also coughed.
SACUA: Meeting, 4079 Admin., 2 Officials at the Johnson Space
A-V Ctr.: Mind, body films, Aud. Center in Houston said they
MLB, 7 prn. were not positive of the type of
Her-Self Meeting: 225 E. Liberty, gas, described as "brownish
music School: Carol Jikling, yellow" which invaded the space
rillonneur, Burton Tower, 7-8 cabin as it dropped toward the
ocean to end the joint mission
- - - - with the Soviet Union.
Dr. Glynn Lunney, technical
director of the Apollo mission,
C.said "We haven't ruled anything
OPTOMETRIST out and we have to keep an
open mind."
Full Contact Lens Service BUT DOCTORS said that
Visual Examinations whatever the type of gas, the
treatmenj would be the same
548 CHURCH ST. because the first requirement is
663-2476 to reduce respiratory inflai-
mation.
MICHIGAN
REPERTORY'75
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
TOMORROW thru Julv 25
THE HOT L BALTIMORE
in repertory with
THE RIVALS
TONIGHT thru July 26
PERFORMANCE TIME 8:00
Tickets available at Mendelssohn Box Office
763-1085
Mondav-Fridav 12:30-5:00
Performance Dovs 12:30-5:00 and 6:00-8:00
Tickets also available at Hudson's
*Recommended for mature audiences
NEXT WEEK: Shaw's CANDIDA

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