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Sunday, October 26, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rage Seven

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Franco's death imminent; last
rites given, succession set.

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Daily Official Bulletin'
Sunday, October 26
Dap Calendar
TV Ctr.: Face of Power, WWJ
TV, channel 4, noon.
WUOM: States of the Union, bi-
centennial series, featured state,
Kentucky. 1 pm.
Graduate O1ting: Hiking, meet
N Entry, Rackham, 2:30 pm.
Music School: Trombone Recital,
Recital Hall, 2:30 pm; Degree re-
cital, First Congregational Church,

UAC World Series: Procter and this program. Apply before Feb. 1,
Bergman of the Firesign Theatre, 1976 to Director of Coop. Program
Power, 8 pm. in Teacher Education. Dept. of
New American Movement: Doro- Educ., Duke Univ., Durham N.C.
they Healey, westcoast labor organ- 27708.
izer.How to Make a Revolution

- , 4 V Lllt; a X- V~aG
Possible: A Socialist Organizer's
Response to Hard Times," R. C.
And., E. Quad, 9 pm.

(Continued from Page 1) 1 Franco, the last of the right-
assumed power nearly 40 years wing strongmen in Europe, suf-
ago following his victory in fered a second heart attack Fri-
Spain's bloody civil war. day only hours after his doctors
reported he was recovering from
GRANDSON of the last king, a coronary attack Tuesday.
Carlos emerged from Franco's
sickroom visibly shaken and THE AILMENT put new pres-
uttered a few words of consola- sure on the government to
tion to the generalissimo's wife transfer power to Carlos.
Carmen. Government sources said the
The latest report on Franco's possibility of handing over his
condition said: powers for good had been put1

and restaurants.
PRIME Minister Carlos Arias
Navarro, Alejandro Rodriguez
de Valcarcel, president of the
Cortes parliament and of the
Council of the Realm Snain's

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General Notices
Reminder: Final deadlines for
Winter 76 Course Mart proposal
appls. is Mon., Oct. 27, 5 pm.
Recruiting on campus:
November 3, 1975 - Georgetown
Univ. Law Center

"At 7 p.m. (2 p.m. EDT) the
clinical condition of the chief
of state has shown a slow and
progressive deterioration since
the last bulletin. Signs of mio-
cardic trouble have become
more accute, fever has appear-
ed, .arterial tension has dropped
slightly and the heart and
breathing rate have increased."
EFFORTS to keep Franco
alive continued, despite the grim
predictions made by doctors.
"It can be done for a few
hours or even days with breath-
ing apparatus and other instru-
ments and stimulators," one
medical source said. "But in
most cases that would be the
limit."
Guer las
still hold
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gently to Franco more than once
since his first heart" attack-
only to meet with a refusal even
to discuss it.
The sources said all the neces-
sary papers were ready for his
signature but he was in no con-
dition, either mentally or physi-
cally, to sign them.
THE SOURCES said the gov-
ernment preferred to wait
rather than force the issue-pro-
vided the final agony would notI
be spun out too long.I
With the news of Franco's
apparently approaching end, life
slowed throughout Spain.
Smallgroups assembled out-
side the El- Pardo Palace.
Hushed crowds gathered around
television and radio sets in bars
r Elec.Ty-pewriter
rentals
$/wk $20/ano
ATtuniversity cellar

, .I, ,4November 4, 1975 - American
supreme consultative body, and 4:30,October 7 Grad. Sch. of International Mngt.
man cabinetministers _Monday, cobr2
many cabiet minsters gath- . UCM:A Tribute to Pablo Ca-& Howard Univ. & GAP Stores &
ered with the family in Franco's sais," 10 am. Wayne State Univ./Med Center.
palace. Ctr. Near Eastern & N. African November , 1975 -aRoosevelt
Then members of the govern- Studies: Bag lunch, slides on Mod- Univ. & Aetna Life & Cas,1altv &
ment returned to the prime ern Egypt with David Beck, Com- Michigan Dept. of Social work
mons Rm., Lane Hall, noon. November 7, 1975 - Upjohn &
minister's office, apparently for Chemistry: Sir Derek H. R. Bar- Univ. of Penn./Wharton Grad. Di-
a suddenly convened cabinet ton, Imperial College of Science & vision
meeting. Technology, London, England: "In- For liberal arts graduates who
The palace said Franco re- venting Useful Reactions," 1210, want a teaching certificate in Eng-
.j3:30 pm. lish, Social Sciences, Math, or Biol.
ceived the last rites at noon in Anthropology: Robert Murphy, Sciences, Duke Univ. has a MAT.
the presence of members of his Columbia, "Revisionism in Rela- Paid teaching internship of $6000-
family after passing a peace- tion to Positive Science," E. Conf. $8000. Tuition is $1500. Good place-
ful morning. Rm., Rackham, 4 pm. ment record for the graduates of
Physics: G. Gogigi, U. Of Pavia,
They were administered by "Single and Double Diffractiona is -
Mgr. Jose Maria Bulart, chap- sociation at ISR Energies," 2038
lnof Franco's military house- Randall Lab, 4 ntp. g: .R
hold. Muse1tm of Anthropology:
t Intrestedin G
A palace statement said he Hodson Inst. of Archaeology tUt
was uci and"infullposes-London, "An Analysis of the Iron
was lucid and "in full posses- Age Cemetery at Hallstatt Austria,"
sion of his faculties." Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 pm. fl 1m

Univ. of So. Calif. offers MA in
Judicial Admnin. to prepare for
court administration or research.
Write Center for Admin. of Justice,
3601 S. Flower St., Los Angeles
90007.
Andover Teaching Fellowship
pays $4500 plus room & board, for
liberal arts graduates desiring a
year of teaching experience. Con-
tact Phillips Academy, a private
residential college prep school, An-
dover, Massachusetts.
Summer co,,rse in "Publishing
Procedures" at Harvard, to prepare
for a career in book & mag. pub.
Write Mrs. Diggory Venn, 10 Car-
den St., Cambridge, Massachusetts
02138.
Graduate Public Sercice Intern-
ship Program at Sangamon St.
Univ. for preparation for State
Civil Service careers in 111. M.A. de-
gree and work experience. Write Dr.
Randolph Kucera, Dir. OPSI Pro-
gram, Public Sector Program
Evaluation Center, Sangamon St.
Univ., Springfield, 111. 62708.

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Monasterevin, Ireland, (Reu-.
ter) - Hundreds of sight seers
yesterday converged on the
small Irish market town of
Mollasterevin where kidnapped
Dutch industrialist Dr. Tiede'
Herrema has been held in a
house at gunpoint since Tues-
day.
The town became cluttered
with cars as people arrived to
watch police laying siege to a1
house held by two Irish Repub-
lican guerrillas, a man and a
woman.
Police did not let the sight-
seers get near the house, but
one policeman said: "Every-
one seems to be having a good
time-it is like one big party.'
Nothing has been heard from
Herrema, 54, a company di-
rector who was snatched near
his home in Limerick on Octo-
ber 3, since yesterday when he
appeared at a bedroom win-
dow shouting, "Please save my
life, they have a gun at my
head."
Some food was sent in today'
to the upstairs room where Dr.
Herrema is kept, but a detec-
tive said: -"The truth is we have
no idea when anything is going
to happen."
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PHOTOGRAPHY
PHOTO/INTRO.
PHOTO 1
PHOTO I
DARKROOM I
DARKROOM I
DARKROOM 11
MATTING & M
CQIOR PRINT.
POSTERIZATION
PHOTO CARDS
LIGHTING
PORTRAITURE
FIGURE PHOTO.
STUDIO TECH.
MODELING
ART
LIFE DRAWING
LIFE, ADV.
LIFE, PRACTICE
CALLIGRAPHY
ACRYLICS
OILS
WATERCOLORS
SILKSCREEN
GRAPHICS & PRINTING
POTTERY, HAND
POTTERY, WHEEL
GLASSBLOWI NG
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STAINED GLASS
COMMUNICATIONS
TALKING ART
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SUBJECT
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HATHA YOGA
HATHA YOGA
YOGA-LUNCH
TAI CHI I
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KUNG FU
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TAP, CONT.
JAZZ, AJERICAN
JAZZ, MOVEMENT
JAZZ, CONT.
AFRICAN DANCE
BELEDI I
BELEDI I
BELEDI I I
BELEDI I1I
BELEDI IV

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