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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Fridav November 8, 1974

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Bolivia president stops!
(military, peasant revolt

LA PAZ, Bolivia W) - Presi-!j
dent Hugo Banzer Suarez per-
sonally led a contingent of sold-r
iers to squash a military and
civilian revolt in the eastern
city of Santa Cruz yesterday,
the government said.
"Tranquility reigns in San-'
ta Cruz," officials announced.
Shortly after that, rebel radio
stations ceased broadcasting
from the city 330 miles east of:
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munist regime.
The latest revolt began in the
early morning hours in a rang-
er regiment. Several radio sta-
tions under rebel control broad-
cast calls for citizens to gather
and demonstrate. They claimed
the rebels had taken the Santa
Cruz City Hall and police sta-
tion.
ONE OF the radio networks,j
Radio Panamericana, said Ban-
zer was accused of "maladmin-

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za raz. _
T H E GOVERNMENT said istration" and that the rebels
Banzer's loyal army and air planned to revive nationalism in
force troops retook the cen- Bolivia. It said former Minis-
tral square of Santa Cruz, scene ter of Public Health Carlos Val-
of an earlier rebel demonstra- verde Barberi was their "un-,
tion, and began a "cleanup op- disputed leader."
eration." There was no mention The joint military command
of casualities. in La Paz said two generals,
Banzer, an army colonel, Julio Prado Montano and Or-
Bac lando Alvarez, also were lead-
a ok power three years ago with
ia bloodycoup that alsogbegan ing the insurrection. Prado's
i Santa Cruz, the oil and agri- son, Ma. Gary Prado, led a
cultural center of Bolivia. Since Bfutile attempt to overthrow
then, he has resisted more than Banzer in June.
a dozen plots against his right- After hearing of the upris-
wing and harshly anti-Com- ing, Banzer proclaimed a state

of siege to give himself broad:
powers and left for Cochabam-
ba where he gathered his troops
for the assault on Santa Cruz.
The streets of La Paz remained
quiet, but the government cen-
sored outgoing news.
MORE than 200 persons died
and another 500 were wounded
when Banzer seized power in
1971 from another army gener-
al, leftist Juan Jose Torres.
Bapzer has called for elections'
next June 6 and has pledged
to turn the government over to
the winners.
But these outward signs of
political stability cloaked stir-
rings in the army barracks,!
where some officers thought
the armed forces, which have
traded power among themselves
for 10 years, should continue{
to run the country.

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set up following an attempted mass escape from the Maze Prison Camp outside Belfast
Wednesday. All escapees were captured by Wednesday night.

'WE SERVE GOD
Two kill
ALAMOGORDO, K. M. (AP) - c
"Father help us. It was cold1
last night . . . It started to rain
and mixed with snow. A beauti-
ful rainbow appeared," said the
Sunday entry in the Orr fami-
ly journal. And then came the;
Monday entry: "Father and1
Janet passed on to their eter-G

ed in bizarre rites
daughter apparently were killed main in the van" and told them
by poisonous carbon monoxide I-their problems would be solved
fumes from an open charcoal in days.
cooker being used in their slo- Dist. Atty. Norman Blooi
gan-covered van. said, "There certainly wasn't
The van apparently had been any reason for them to sit there
k ni- l id UT 2 in three or four days, except by

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Painted on the van were re-

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The entries provided a cryp- .a quarter-mile from an occu- vants of the Holy Family" and
tic background to the tragic pied ranch house, since it ran "Neuro - Kinesis the Miracle
deaths of broke and hungry out of gas Saturday. Cure."
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