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Sunday, November 23, 1975

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

page Nine,

Page Nin

Warfare

Juan Carlos ascends throne

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(Continued from Page 1)
1V SAS SPANISH and foreign dig-
nitaries-among them King Hus-
-seiri of Jordan, Prince Rainier
of Monaco and Vice President
ead Nelson Rockefeller - listened,
j Juan Carlos opened his inaugu-
ral speech by paying homage to
Franco.
B e L t IRockefeller was the only high
delegate representing a major
power at the short ceremony.
(Continued from Page 1) He flew to Madrid overnight,
ents. . and in a brief airport speech
THE ITALIAN embassy said expressed "unfailing friendship"
that a first secretary, Piero for Spain.
Cortone, and the consul, Santo Spain and the United States'
Rustico, were kidnaped by left- are negotiating to c o n t i n u e
wing gunmen on their way into American use of Spanish mili-1
Beirut from the airport on tary bases. The agreement ex-
Thursday evening. pired in September, but bothj
They were released unharm- sides agreed to continue talking.
ed one hour later when the left-

U.S. OFFICIALS said talksc
were suspended during Franco's
fatal illness.
U.S. officials said the meeting1
between Juan Carlos and thel
vice president lasted approxi-
mately 30 minutes and was be-
lieved to have come at the sug-
gestion of Spain.
U.S. officials said they had no
indication what the vice presi-
dent and the king discussed.
SPAIN REPORTEDLY is seek-
ing something stronger than an;
executive agreement to continue1
the American presence here,I
perhaps a joint resolution of!

chance of approval with Juan;
Carlos than with Franco.
The monarch pledged to sup-
port the principles of the Franco
regime, but he clearly indicated
change was in sight.
APPEALING for unity, he
said, "A free and modern so-
ciety requires the participation
of everyone," a contrast to
Franco's rule restricting politi-
cal action.
.On the king's right, a crown
and scepter lay symbolically on
a velvet-covered stool-a tradi-
tion of Spanish coronations since
the 15th century reign of;

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Congress.,
U.S. officials are said
lieve such a resolution,
quested by the Spanish!
ment, would have a

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ists received news that some
of their men had been set free
by the Falangists.
John Richardson, a British
flight engineer working for Mid-
dle East Airlines was also seiz-
ed by leftists near the airport
yesterday and released a fewE
hours later after the Falangists
freed a 16-year-old Moslem boy.
JEEPS OF the right-wing
Phalange militia patrolled the 1
Christian stronghold of Ashre-
fiyeh with loudspeakers warn-
ing residents to stay locked in
their apartments because more
fighting was expected.
It cast a tragic pall on this;
tiny nation's independence day
commemorating the 34th anni-
versary of freedom f r o m
French mandate rule. President
Suleiman Franjieh canceled a
national address scheduled for'
the occasion.
About 7,000 persons - some
estimates say 10,000 - have
been killed out of a population
of million. The fighting,, rag-
ing in recurrent bursts since
April, has caused $4.5 billion in
damage and the government
says 100,000 workers face unem-
ployment.
THE' TURMOIL stems from
bitter religious and political dif-
ferences pushing well armed
.militia youths into bloody com-
bat and paralyzing Karami's
government.
Moslem leftists aided by Pal-
estinian guerrillas are demand-
ing reform of the religion-based
political system that concen-
trates power in the hands of the
40 per cent Christian minority.
They are backed by Karami, a
moderate Moslem.

City council voe
on CDRS proposal
(Continued from Page 1) Democrats (Elizabeth Keogh,
THE GOP met Thursday D-First Ward) isn't going to be
night, and Friday asked t h e there Monday, it will have to
Mayor for '$10,000 for a new get support from me and one
fire truck, $11,000 more f o r of the Republicans before it's"
winter recreation, and $34,500 going to fly," she said.
for the Chamber of Commerce Wheeler's proposal will need
from the CDRS budget. 6 votes from the 11-member;
Wheeler indicated he w a s council before it can pass.
willing to consider the propos-
als for the fire truck and re-
creation, but added that he was
"less inclined" to offer funding
to the Chamber of Commerce.
"There will be some money
from the county for them, and I
think we should just wait a year
and see how that program H O
works. Therefore, I'm not ter- SATURDAY
ribly sympathetic to that re- NOV 22
quest right now," he said. 5pm$&7pm
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KATHY Kozachenko (SHRP- NOV23
Second Ward) said she will seek 2pm &
more money for housing rehab- --4pm
ilitation before she will give her
approval to the proposal.
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Isabel I.
"I swear by God and the Holy
Gospel to comply with the fun-
damental laws of the kingdom "
said the new king, with his hand
on a Bible, "and to loyally
guard the principles that formed
the national Movement." This
referred to Spain's only political
organization
-

Junior Year in GERMANY
at FREIBURG
FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING
Wednesday-Dec. 3, 1975-8:00 p.m.
Modern Language Building
Lecture Room No. 2
t. (FIRST FLOOR)
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