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Friday, November 21, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Friday, November21, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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L.A.cops
look for
'Dragnet'
suspect-
LOS ANGELES (R) - In the
city that made the word "drag-
net" famous, a massive hunt is
on in the "Westside Rapist"
case. Nine elderly women have
been slain and perhaps two
dozen more attacked in the past
year.
"There is no one Westside
Rapist," said Lt. Dan Cooke, a
police spokesman. "We believe
there is more than one, at least
one other, even though there
are close similarities in all the'
cases."
"IT'S ONE of the most baf-
fling cases that we've had,"
Cooke said. "We're not trying
to have a 'Jack the Ripper' or
other celebrated case, but that
obviously is what we're getting
now."
The latest v i c t i m, Annette
Weingarten, 70, was found dead
in her bedroom Wednesday. At
a glance investigating officers
called the police department's
12-member "Westside Rapist"

Struggle for
power marks
Franco's end

AP Photo
THIS IS THE inside of the Valley of the Fallen, the probable
final resting place of Gen. Francisco Franco. The tomb con-
tains the remains of Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, founder
of the rightist Falange party. Franco will be buried under
the main altar of the crypt after funeral services this Sunday.
Communists strike

MADRID, Spain (W) - Politi-
cians jockeyed for position yes-
terday and police hunted a Bas-
que assassination team as Span-
iards at home and abroad var-
iously mourned and celebrated
the death of dictator Francisco
Franco. Artillery marked his
passing with a salvo every 15
minutes.
Extra police surrounded Bar-
celona prison after reports
rightists might attack 200 poli-
tical prisoners inside. But for
the most part the nation was
calm, geared emotionally and
constitutionally for the end of
rule by the 82-year-old rightist
general who led the nation into
bloody civil war and then ran
it autocratically for 36 years.
PRESIDENT FORD and some
other world leaders cabled con-
dolences. The U.S. chief execu-
tive wished the Spanish people
and government "well in the
period ahead" and said the Unit-
ed States "will continue to pur-
sue the policy of friendship and
cooperation which has formed
the touchstone for the excellent
relations existing between our
two countries."
Franco's death early Thurs-
day after 34 days of illness
brought mixed reactions inside
ideologically divided Spain. But
across the border in Hendaye;
France, about 100 Spanish ref-
ugees celebrated in cafes and
drove through the streets jubi-

squad into action. Like the ear-
lier victims, the woman lived by
herself within a 20-square mile against
and was elderly. The oldest vic- g s
tim was 92.
Her m u r d e r e r apparently LISBON, Portugal (MP)
broke into her home at night tuguese Communists, se
and killed her with his hands, bigger stake in gove
police say. Tests are pending to called a general strike y
determine if she was raped and after the moderates i
whether death came by suffo- suspended governmenti
cation or strangulation. for military backing.
On the west side, the terror Within hours of the Co
is mounting. call, an estimated 50,00

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Lisbon goN
- Por- Costa, Gomes, a 61-ye;
eking a army general, missed the
rnment, onstration at the presid
sterday palace. He was a mile
office presiding over a meeting<
n a bid Council of the Revolution,
tugal's supreme political
imunist seeking a solution to the
work- political crisis to wrack th

lantly honking horns.
Police went on extra protec-
tive duty in Spain but no in-
cidents were reported. A Basque
commando team armed with
rifles mounted with telescopic
sights, apparently trying to up-
set Franco's succession plan,
was being sought in the Madrid
area, intelligence sources said.
Politicians also were reported
maneuvering f o r advantage
ahead of Franco's burial Sunday
and the installation of Juan Car-
los on Saturday as King Juan
Carlos I and Spain's first rxon-
arch in 44 years. He made a
public appearance Thursday.
SEVERAL Falangists attend-
ing an annual mass for their
founder said, "Gen. Franco him-
self picked the prince as his
successor and we have to accept
it. As of now the prince can
count on our support. The ture
will say if we have to withdraw
Other Falangists said, "We
ever gave him our support and
it's hardly impossible that we
change our mind. However, we'll
try to not be an obstacle to the
king, at least not until he proves
how far he can go and how well
he gets along."
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"WE'VE HAD a lot of calls ers demonstrated outside the
from elderly w o m e n saying palace of President Francisco
'why can't you catch this da Costa Gomes. They shook
guy?'" reports Cooke. "At a clenched fists, chanted revolu-E
recent 'neighborhood watch pro- tionary slogans and yelled "Fas-
gram' we sponsored at Wilshire, cists" at the guarded palace.
1,000 women showed up-mostly PREMIER JOSE Pinheior de
elderly-worried about the West- Azevedo's suspension of govern-
In the murders, the victims all ment was aimed at pressuring
stave been raped and killed with- Costa Gomez ito giving the
out being cut, beaten ,moderate administration the full
police say. But officersrdon't support of the politically split
rule out the possibility that a armed forces.
gun or knife is being used to The suspension means minis-
threaten and silence the victims. ters,, in effect, go on strike and
Conflicting descriptions 1 e d neither meet nor make decisions
officers to conclude that there until the premier orders them
may be more than one rapist- back to work. Lower levels of
killer, even though the police f the administration, however,
have tagged it the case of the were expected to function dur-
"Westside Rapist." ing the suspension.
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