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Sauday, July 20 i97+4

TH E MICHGAN DAILY

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Soturdoy, July 2O~ 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P9ge Three

Illness forces Franco to
transfer power to Carlos

Three

Vice presidential visit
Lowell locals greet Vice President Ford and his wife as they attend their 26th consecutive opening of the Los
boat, the principal amusement for many residents in the Michigan community of 3,000.

Visitors

praise
Some people came to buy. Ot
nerelv to window shop. And the
nilled about in the hot sun not rt
ure what they're up to-but enjoyir
Nobody seemed disappointed by
inn Arbor Street Art Fair, at least
yesterday.
THE CROWD was as diverse as
early 900 different exhibits. Little
kipped among the booths, while
dults studied the merchandise wit
enny-pinching scrutenty.
"This is the first time I've come to
art fair here and I'm enjoying it
much," said Barbara Hoddinott
;enoa, Ohio. "I've already bought s
pottery and I plan to get jewlery 1
but I think the people themse
are the most interesting attractio
all."
"I'm fascinated by the variety
:rafts," commented B.J. Snyder,
with his wife drove up from a To
uburb to partake in the festivities.
"Although there is alot of the s
:ype of work, each artist adds an
Evidual touch which makes everyt
lifferent," he said. "Me personally,
oits about the metal sculptures."
"I like all sorts of things; espec
that are cute and don't cost n
aoney," Anne Hermalin said. For
'londe 10-year-old the fair prove
mixed bag-she found plenty of stt
nimals that caught her fancy but
elt the pinch of living on a fixed al
ace in these inflationary times.
Bill Thompson, a Burns security ofl
patroling the fair, found many- of
paintings to his liking. However, he
:o spend his time re-uniting lost chili
with their parents, rather than takin
:he sights.
"I'm very impressed by the redo
tables, too," he added. "But where,
'on look there's pottery and leather
t gets a little boring after awhile."

art fai

MADRID, Spain i' - Gen. Francisco
Franco made his designated successor,
Prince Juan Carlos de Borbon, Spain's
acting chief of state yesterday until the
81-year-old Spanish leader recovers from
a serious illness.
Franco, who has ruled Spain with a
strong hand since he defeated the re-
publicans in the Spanish civil war in
1939, was reported in serious condition
after doctors said he suffered gastric
complications. Ilospital sources said he
hemorraged.
A LATER medial bulletin said, how-
ever, that Franco's condition had im-
proved and there was no cause to worry.
Reliable sources said he voluntarily
tiok the decision to transfer gimwer under
Spain's law of succession after being in-
aformed that his condition had wosened
early yesterday. "ie does not want that
his illness to cause the country any up-
set," the sources said.
Franco was hospitalized Jtty 9 with
what doctors clled "a sunerfirial pleb-
itis attack." Phlebitis is ibilamation
of tveins, the disease that bothered Pres-
ident Nixon after his Middle last trip
last month. Medical reports halt indicat-
ed that Franco would be released from
the hospital in a few days.
JUAN CARIO'S first act as temporary
chief of state was to sign a joint U.S.-
Spanish declaration of principles on de-
fense cooperation. President Nixon sign-
ed the decairation at San Clemente,
Calif.
aUnder the Spanish constitt''tni the 3t
year-old prince, a grandson of Spain's
last king, Alfonso XIII, who abdicated in
AP Photo 1931, will act as interim chief of state
and of the armed forces so long as
Franco remains ill.
tell show- Franco named Juan Carlos his suc-
cessor on Jiv 22, 1969, to beome king
and restore the monarchy within eight
days of the generalissimo's death, re-
tirement or permanent inabilityto rule.
t'Provi-sions f te liw of ,acessittn de-
cree tt the chief tof sttte'-stuccessor
becotmes tetmpotrary cief f state itt
Franco's illness or absence from Spain
FRANCO agreed to name Juan Car-
ls as his successor only after the prince
pledged fidelity to the polit'icl princ-
ps and fndaiental laws of the Iranco
regime.
When he was sworn it yesterday,
Juan Carlos swore again his loytty to
the principles of Franco'i national
movement and all Spanish constitutional
laws. Te movement is tie only poli-
tical organization Franco allows
Gov't reports
prices up again
during June
WASHINGTON (UPI) - Government
economists confirmed yesterday what
most everybody probably suspected:
Prices rose and real income fell again
last month.
The Labor Department said consumer
prices rose I per cent in June, largely
because costs of goods that normaly
decline in the summer continued to rise.
AND IT reported that annual real
average weekly earnings for rank and
file workers declined 3.8 per cent, despite
- higher average hourly earnings.
The decline was due partly to inflatio,
partly to a decrease in the average
number of hours worked.
Release of the figures followed a
report Thursday that ,the Gross National
Product continued a six-month down-
turn, the longest such slump in five
years.
DEMOCRATIC congressional leaders
called for White House action, President
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