TURKEY: Zesty Breakfast

Huseyin Avni, an ardent patriot of the small Turkish town of Seferihisar, loves his country and loves his hashish.* One day not long ago, after a zesty breakfast of coffee and hashish, Huseyin glanced out of his window and, to his horror, saw a detachment of Soviet soldiers standing menacingly in the garden of his neighbor. Without a moment's hesitation, he seized an axe, leaped the fence and began laying about with a will. He dropped three to the ground before the police, hastily summoned by the neighbor, at last subdued Huseyin long enough to point out that his...

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