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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 2, 1975

h1 1IISTATEMENT VIDEOTAPED

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(Continued from Page 1)
Whether it will be played in the
trial is up to the defense."'
The Library of Congress said
it knew of no previous testimony
by an incumbent President in a
criminal case.
But Nessen showed reporters
an article recently published by
a law professor at the Univer-
sity of Illinois who cited evi-
dence that PresidenttUlysses
Grant gave a three-hour deposi-
tion in a criminal case in 1875.

stifies in Fromme trial
FORD, wearing a dark blue ; destroyed as soon as the other from Sacramento with the ji dge.
suit and striped tie, answered! two are found to be okay. All Nessen said he could not re-
questions in front of a micro- parties also will get written veal any of the matters dis-
phone while seated at a small transcripts, which could be pub- cussed to protect the defen-
table about 15 feet from two lished if Ford's testimony is dant's constitutional right to a
television cameras operated by used.
Navy photographers. The judge f Looking on for the prosecution r trialo
ordered the cameras so that the onfor the oeto The proceedings were ioni-
jury would be able to see howAtared in an adjoining room by
'Ford responded. were Assistant Attorney Generaltoe inaadiigromb
FRichard Thornburgh, head of three presidential advisors -
Three video tapes were made the Justice Department's crim- Legal Counsel Philip Buchen,
kept temporarily by the White inal division, and U.S. Attorney chief of staff Donald Rum3eld
House and one "backstop" t-> be Dwayne Keyes, who flew in and Nessen.

Spanish political opposition unites to
denounce Carlos, calls for elections

Ford

Daily Official Bulletin
Sunday, November 2

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MADRID, Spain W--Spain's illegal political, opposition united power to the prince, but official silence on the subject indicated nay calendar
yesterday to denounce Gen. Francisco Franco's newly installedi he had not. IwUOM: The States of the Union
heir, Prince Juan Carlos de Borbon, by calling for general elec- The joint declaration by the opposition, dated the day Juan E-documentary, featured state, Ten-
tions to decide the country's future. Carlos took power and made known yesterday, was believed the nesaee iep y: Tibetan Lhamo
Declaring that neither a monarchy nor any other form of first significant action of unity by Franco's foes since the general opera, Rackham Aud., 2:30 prm.
government was acceptable without prior approval by the Spanish won the Spanish Civil War in 1939. Music schoo Pian Chamber Mu
people, the leftist-dominated opposition called for the immediate A top leftist leader said the opposition-Communists, Social- faculty recital, Unitarian Church, 8
release of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners and the restora- ists, Christian Democrats, Carlists, liberals and centrists-was pm; degree recital, Recital Hall, 8
tion of civil liberties it said had been trampled under foot in 36 A prepared to challenge police in the streets with demonstrations Ann Arbor Teach In: "The Assas-
years of Franco rule. unless its demands were met within one month. isinations," 7:30 pm.
THE ATTACK by the opposition, whose voting potential is Police reacted by prohibiting Socialist leader Enrique Tierno Monday, November 3
estimated at up to 60 per cent of the nation, came as the 82-year- Galvan and leftist Ramon Tamames, both professors, from hold- WUom: Sally Quinn interviewed
old Franco remained gravely ill and the 37-year-old prince began ing news conferences for scores of foreign journalists on hand by Barbara Newman, 10 am.
hsscn co et da st a h fJunfor Franco's illness. Ann Arbor Teach In: Commons
his second complete day as temporary head of state. Juan frFac' lns.Rm.,. Lane Hall, B am; lo am-7:30
Carlos is to become king on Franco's death. pm, Hill Aud.
Doctors reported they had not been able to end a scare of ]s Ctr. Near Eastern. N. African
y""o h boia ebaeadsi Studies: Bag lunch, Margo Mclnnes,
peritonis-nflammationothea a le rane- dsyrejects desofSyria. Commons Rm., Lane
the general, gravely ill with heart failure, also had new signs ' Hall, noon.
ofitsiaCemrhgn.I Ctr. Russian. El European Studies:
of intestinal hemorrhaging- R. Hutchings, British Foreign serv-
Franco's doctors said for the first time that the general had: ceTechnology, Design: Interaction
never lost lucidity in his 16-day illness. A spokesperson at Pardo f 1om A raand Convergence," E. Lec. Rm.,
palace on the capital's outskirts said Franco heard mass in his Thomas M. Cooley Lectures: Sex-
bedroom at midday yesterday as the rest of the nation marked ies, The Emergency of an American
the All Saints holiday. He was reported in great pain, refusing (Continued from Page 2) lars of aid or investment from Theory of law, Stanley N. Katz,
rboundaries'-of the state and outside sources. roper and the America Revo-
tranquillizers. h'a prvdtetaseroihimnH-f"etertect o h tt ution: the Law of inheritance,"
IT WAS STILL not clear if he had approved the transfer ofcity," CommitteeCharmansH "Neit theriyorthe state 100 Hutchins Hall. 3:15 pm.
__i__bert__ Humphrey (D-Minn.) said has sufficient resources to avert ' Bicentennial Distinguished Lee-
READ and USE in a statement. default by New York City," the ture Series: S. M. Lipset, Harvard.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS Humphrey said other cities report said. "If the federal gov Eu Pn So.-
drnb -_AIY LAS F ES and states are paying higher I erment does not provide as- Physics: B. Wisntein, U. of Chi-
interest rates on their securities sistance, default is inevitable." cago, "Ko Regeneration at FNAL
wolfe bannuin because of New York's prob-; Energies," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm.
EeT pe iter lems. He said these rates would Similarly, the nation's largest A-V Ctr. Arts Film Series: Myster-
ince abank warned yesterdayhthat de- ions Mr. Eliot, Pendieton Ctr., Un-
Residenti al sinrae ewfaut o cicrs.etmt altcudhv sc rvion, r, pm.
I e ok fiil stmt altcudhv sc rv; Women's Research clues: Diane
8/wk the city will default on its se- lasting consequences that Ford's Kirkpatrick, "The Concrete word:
cit refusal of aid to prevent de- An investigation of the. Shifting
College unversitycelar curities by December 1 or ear- fautis anunacce table alter t," e od RiR cths 8i
ier without several billion dol- faArlt "itw. Conf. Rm., Rackham, a
Fa-culty____ native of federal policy.
The California-based Bank of Musical society: Fiesta Folklorico,
LEGAL ETHICS AND America made its detaied re - aPower Ctr., 8spm.
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