Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 31, 1960 · Page 29
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 29

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 31, 1960
Page 29
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PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 31, I960 Scattered Arrests Follow Gedik Suicide ANKARA Turkey -.*- The i stiii required for telephone calls i ported In a highly emotional s t a t e revolutionarV government moved! outside the country. | a f !er his arrest Friday but it was i today to" tump out political ac-1 G^- "' hose f o r m c r J° b .." v f said tic had calmed down ' arrests. 'early vcstcrda-- and p l u n g e d ' L c l a The roundup followed the SUP through'* double-glass window to cials of their regime were to D C , cidc of Namik Gedik, former in- a paved courtyard four Modes b e - j transferred by air from the W a r ' tenor minister, a Democratic \^^^^^ ! " ' ' ?""'' ".*?' ^ "llfS! Party functionary and one of the most hated members of ousted Premier Adnan IsScndsres' re- The arrests were believed directed against attempts to stir Mcnd3rcs old Democratic Party back to life following last Fri- day's.military coup. Most prominent of those taken Army War College. Turkey's new m i l i t a r y rulers, who deposed Menderes last Friday, said Gedik had had a nervous breakdown. A fellow prisoner, lormcr Defense Minister Ethcm Mendcrcs and an Army Turkish naval base island 223 miles northwest of Ankara in the j Sea of Marmara. Purpose of the trtnsJer is ro minimize chances of dCrTionstr?i- tions for or ayainst Mcndercn. in the room with Gedik hut he was loo quick for (hum. Gedik was considered oiu of into" custody was Sitki Yircaly, i Premier Mcndercs' closest who hart held several key poits j crs and was widely known in the Menderes cabinet and took "evil over active leadership of the shat- pimc tcred party immcdiatelv after the H.JEU pa .Y . ;pnius" of Ihe former re- I h c bloodshed uliich a i . tended repression of s.uden! j o n s t r a | i o n s Menderes -vas gees ol Turkish origin from Comm u n i s t Bulgaria, who had been j'jvi'T 1 homes ?.nd f . p !her fav.'fs hy ' t h e Mcndcrcs government, v ere : a r m i n g secretly for a rescue nl- t r r r i p t . An a i r l i f t of the imprisoned f o r - , mer o f f i c i a l s reportedly Sundnv ni^ht. o n s r COU P- . m . n ,i n o i attributed to Gedik's harsh police ! Reliable sources said that as After its first formal meeting n j wer(? k j l | c d of )fls| nJR , u M o n d c r c s | 3;iyar and yesterday, the provisional cabinet ^ ^ ( h a n ]n() j n j u r c d hy un . , | ( j r | n c r ^.^ M i n i s l c r |.a tin yesterday, the provisional cabinet announced it was banning "^or the time being all party activities with the aim of preventing all discussions and struggles between brothers which might create angry incidents." Sunday, about 95 former deputies were released. There were unconfirmed reports that some were hoping to organize an attempt to free Menderes. Despite the arrcsis, Turkey was returning to normal life. In Ankara, military authorities lifted ofdicial count. Premier Menderes also was re- Algerians, French Clash Near Tunisia A L G I E R S -- ( P -- French troops _ and a strong Algerian rebel u n i t j a bout a fl!)-to · , -, . . . , . . anu « iuuii£ /iifct-imii !·-·". the cunew which had been m i - , c|ashcd rca ,. l!ie Tun i. s jan iwrder posed on the city by JV»niicrcs | today anc , lhc ,r rcndl s a j d Hie government four weeks j rcbe j s r c c e j v e c j sup port fire from ( A curfew was still In effecct in j | MSCS vvitJiln Tunisia. ! Istanbul, military permission w a s ; ^ p, c n c h Army spokesman -aid i Uoslu Xorlu were not an.ong those who had been transferred. The revolutionary ;;overninenl has snid it docs not plan to put I any of the former officials on | t r i a l . But the civil novernincnl ! t h a t takes over a f t e r tiie elections | promised by the m i l i t a r y regime ' is expected lo tsko another tack. !.. ,Tnc Peoples Republican Party i of former President Ismet I n o n u , against which Mendcrcs took se- troops j yrrcly repressive measures, is shot to win any held in Ihe next few Callouses Palp, Burning, Tenderness/ on Bottom of Feet ! here that reconnaissance elements and a rebel band clashed near j Oum-Teboul, between the electri- [ fied frontier barrier and the Tii- ' nisian border. months. A "prominent Republican deputy said he believed several former cabinet members would be (ried, probably on charges of corruption, u n c o n s t i t u t i o n a l acts or possibly plotting assassination of Inonu. Foreign governments were lin- of the revohi- For fait, grateful net Dr. Scholl'« £ino-pad«. They «J»o remove callouncs cne of tht quickest tvay.i Inown lo medical «cin«. ' n i s i a n territory" and French ar- · t/llery attacked "objectives conj s l i t u t c d by rebel organizations," | the spokesman said. -He did not j say if this m e a n t that French ar- j tillcry shells had fallen in Tunisia. French a i r c r a f t spoiled some rebel wounded being evacuated toward the Tunisian frontier. French losses, if any, were not given. recognition. The United States, B r i t a i n , Nationalist China, Pakistan and South Korea wore among the first to give such recognition. Til? new government has said it will m a i n t a i n Turkey's membership in the North Atlantic (NATO) and Centra! Treaty (CENTO) alliances. American's DC-7 service to New York saves you 1 hour and 7 minutes travel time. Leave Tucson at 10:30 p.m., arrive New York at 9:35 a.m. (All times local.) Fly in speed and pressurized comfort on American Airlines dependable, radar guided DC-7 Flagships. Also convenient departures to Chicago. 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