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Wednesday, November 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

_.. .

Church
opposes-
Bush
in CL4
WASHINGTON (A') - The Sen-
ate intelligence committee
chairman yesterday opposed
the nomination of George Bush
as CIA director, saying confir-
mation would make "a traves-
ty" of agency reform and
threaten the CIA's ability to
stand up to the White House and
the Pentagon.!
The chairman, Sen. Frank'
Church (D-Idaho), also warned
his colleagues that excessivea
criticism of the. CIA could de-
stroy its role as a counterbal-
ance to the "frightening fore-
casts" sometimes made by the
Pentagon in an effort to justify
larger military budgets or new.
weapons systems.
"ONE MUST view with some-
alarm the prospect of a silenced
CIA succumbing to an increas-1
ingly dominant military voice inj
calculating the foreign threat
to our nation," Church said in
remarks prepared for delivery

Juan Carlos may
free many Spanish
political prisoners
B, AP ..an.... ' . -

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A CROWD of Angolan military
try's independence celebration
fight in the newly independent
RIVAL GOVTS. C
Wa rI

V r .t};>> y e aa nute st up for the first time yester-
MADRID, Spain - Prince day, four days after his second
Juan Carlos de Borbon is plan major stomach operation, Lieu-
:::::::;,l ing to free more than 1,000 po- Itenat-GnrlAglCm
: litical. prisoners as one of his pn ad
first acts after becomig Spains
king, a source near the pre An earlier bulletin said spots
reported yesterday. of'conetinFand'fludshad
Juan Carlos will take power peared i Franca's lungs and
officially on the death of Gen. his condition continued "very
Francisco, whose latest compli- grave." The bulletin came
catins point toward bronchial some 12 hours after his 26-man
medical team said postopera-
pneumonia. . tive breathing difficulties had
THE SOURCE said the prince eased and they had disconnect-
Ewill back constitutional reform ed a respirator inserted surgic-
tto establish a democratic gov- ally in his throat.
ernment.
.,, Both actions are expected to
AP Photo spark angry reaction from Mississippi seceded from the
men shout and gesture with bared machetes during the coun- Spain's entrenched political union in 1861.
yesterday in the city of Luanda. Rival movements continue to right, but the 37-year-old prince
former Portuguese colony. reportedly feels the influence CARL ORFF'S
of Franco traditionalists will be
LASH: limited when the general dies. Carmina Burana
Juan Carlos has been advised
he will face dangerous opposi- and
tion from the left unless he WILLIAM ALBRIGHT'S
grants amnesty and changes
te~ars A ngolafundamentalelaws under which SEVEN DEADLY SINS
Franco ruled Spain for the past
36 years.- 8 p.m.-Nov. 14 &s 15
national president of the new without success. "JUAN Carlos will swearloy- 2 p.m.-Nov. 16
country on Africa's southwest FNLA troops, who receive alty to those laws when he takes POWER CENTER for
coast. Thousands of persons lin- support from China and Zaire. the oath. He has to under law," the Performing Arts
ed the streets to cheer him fol- were reported 12 miles north of the source said. "But he will
lowing the ceremony. Luanda and a combined col- support a program to change Tickets available at
umn of some 1,500 FNLA and them." UAC Ticket Central,
NETO declared MPLA sove- Western - backed National Un- Political groups from center Michian Union Lobby,
regt vrAgl drn ."3gop 11:30-5:30 doily
reignty over Angola durig a ion UNITA troops was believ- to left have demanded the re- INFORMATION 763-2071
noisy celebration at midnight ed advancing from the south. lease from prison of Spaniards
Monday, after Portugal ended The FNLA cut off Luanda's serving 2-19 years for opposing Tickets a I s o available at
The NLAcutoffLuada' seving2-1 yers or ppoing powe~r Center Box Office on
500 years of colonial rule. water supply by mortaring a the Franco regime. days of performances.
Fighting was reported north, pipeline 12 miles from town. M E A N W H I L E, Franco
east and south of Luanda and - -- - - -

"IWAS GOING NUTS
WIOUT A FASCIST
WITHIN FIFTEEN MILES
10BILAME. MARK VWNNEGUT
In 1969, Mark Vonnegut graduated
from Swarthmore College. Bored with
East Coast academia, suspicious of
his father's literary notoriety, and
determined to stay true to the
principles of hippiedom, he
headed for British Columbia
to start a commune. Two
years later, he was com-
mitted to a psychiatric hos-
pital-diagnosed severely
schizophrenic.
THE EDEN EXPRESS is
about the inconsistencies of
the youth movement of the
'60s, American myths and
human relationships, and the
Spain and stigma of mental
illness. But most importantly,
it is about Mark's struggle to
stay alive and significant.
A FRANK E. TAYLOR BOOK
$8.95 . wr,.

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By AP and Reuter

on the Senate floor. LUANDA, Angola - Rival
black nationalist movements set
"H o w e v e r," Church up two competing governments
added. "it is not only a matter for this former Portuguese col-;
of standing up to the Pentagon. ony yesterday and battled for;
We need a CIA that can resist control of the capital.
all the partisan pressures which Soviet - backed troops of the'
may be brought to bear by var- Popular Movement (MPLA)
ions groups inside the govern- hold Luanda and are fighting,
ment - including partisan pres- two other groups that have both
sures from the White House it- Western and Chinese support.
self." The upsurge in fighting was re-

DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING QUICK RESULTS

Noting Bush's background as ported just one day after Portu- the U. S. State Department in
a former chairman of the Re- gal granted Angola independ- Washington said American re-
publican National Committee, ence and withdrew without re- cognition would be delayed un-
Church asked, "If CIA assess- cognizing any of the three lib- til the situation is more stable.
ments should collide with a .fa- eration movements.
vored course of action at the THE PEOPLE'S Democratic . UGANDAN President Idi Am-
White House, would a dedicat- Republic was formed in opposi- m, as head of the Organization
ed party man like Mr.Bush be tion to the MPLA's Luanda-bas- { of African Unity, asked more
able to stand up to pressures ed government by the National than 45 African countries yes-
from a Republican President in Front for the Liberation of An- terday to send troops to a joint
an election year?"i gola (FNLA) and the National Angolan peacekeeping force un-
Union for the Total Independ. der his control. He has made
EARLIER, speaking to re- ence of Angola (UNITA). similar requests in the past
porters, Church referred to Its constitution provides for a
President Ford's refusal to rule revolutionary council to govern
out Bush as a possible vice'the country in the name of MP-,j r
presidential running mate in LA until it becomes "totally Tow Er
1976 and said, "We just can't liberated."
have a director of the CIA who Radio South Africa reported
is under active consideration in Johannesburg that MPLA sol-
for higher political office." diers arrested a man apparent-
ly involved in an assassination - --
uTHE MICHIGAN DA, attempt on MPLA President
W ume LXnesIy N Ne 61 5 Agostinho Neto.! W EST SI DE
is edited and managed by students THE RADIO said the man
at the University of Michigan. News was wounded in one arm when BOOK SHOP
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. he opened fire on a limousine I
Published d aily Tuesday through he apparently thought Neto was FINE USED and RARE BOOKS
Sunday morning during the Univer- riding in, but the- MPLA leader at REASONABLE PRICES
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Annw.
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription was not i the vehicle.
rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes- It gave no other details but LIBRARIES PURCHASED
ters); $13 by mail outside Ann Ar- fueled speculation the attacks,"
bor.
Summer session published Tues- may have been staged by the 11 3 W. Liberty
day through Saturday morning. FNLA, the MPLA's chief rival
Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann in Angola's civil war. Mon.-Sat.: 11:00-6:00
Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann The incident followed the Thurs. and Fri. Nites to 9:00
Arbor.g995-1891
_____________________MPLA inauguration of Neto as - 9 51 9

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