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HE MICHIGAN, DAILY-

Saturday, June 18, 1977

Cathollc Church a loser in Spain

MADRID, Spain (4') - After
four decades in the highest
councils of government, Spain's
Roman Catholic Church found
itself yesterday all but removed
from national political decision-
making.
The parliament elected in
Wednesday's nationwide ballot-
ing will have only three clerics
-- none for the Church hierar-
chy once prominently repre-
sented in the late Gen. Fran-
cisco Franco's right-wing gov-
ernment.
THE WEAKENING of the
Church's political strength, wel-
comed by many clergymen,
comes 40 years after the

Basque bishop of Vitoria urged
his followers to join Franco
"to defend the rights of God,
of the Catholic Church and of
the fatherland."
Final returns from the coun-
try's first free parliamentary
election in 41 years will not be
available until Tuesday, but
late results yesterday confirm-
ed the center-left trend.
Premier Adolfo Suarez' cen-
ter coalition held the lead with
30 per cent of the popular vote
to 28.8 per cent for the Social-
ist Workers party, a moderate
leftist group. The Communists,
with 9.4 per cent of the vote,
moved ahead of the rightist
Popular Alliance, with 8.3 per

cent, as the nation's third lead-
ing political bloc.
FRANCO'S RUBBER - stamp
parliament, appointed by the
dictator, had three bishops as
members. But during the recent
election campaign, the Church
hierarchy stayed on the side-
lines after Spain's leading
cleric, Enrique Cardinal Vin-
cente y Tarancon, discouraged
priests from seeking office.
The cardinal, fearful that pol-
itics -might tear the Church
apart, has tried to steer the
Church on a course of political
neutrality during his six years
as archbishop of Madrid.
Despite the cardinal's posi-

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Convicted murderer, Vincent Parry escapes from San Quentin
and fearing recognition, has plastic surgery, which leaves him
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by a rich, sympathetic widow (Lauren Bacall) who has followed
his trial. Daves' use of subjective camera is extradordinary. A
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tion, 20 priests ran for office-
all but two on Communist or.
leftist tickets. Two of the three
elected - a young monk and a
priest - were from the north-
ern Basque country where the
Church has a leftist base and
has frequently aided separatist
guerrillas.
The Rev. Pedro Salabarria,
a parish priest, won election as
a candidate of the left-wing
Basque party. Euskadiko Es-
kerra. Brother Gabriel Ularra-
bura of the Congregation of the
Divine Word was elected in Na-
varre for the Socialist Workers
party.
The third successful cleric -
the Rev. Lluis Maria Xinirachs
-is known throughout the coun-
try for his hunger strikes in
support of political prisoners
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during the Franco era. He ran
as an independent.
In other political develop-
ments, more than 100,000 Span-
iards unable to cast ballots
Wednesday because of various
procedural irregularities voted
yesterday. Election officials
said they doubted Friday's bal-
loting would make significant
changes in the over-all totals.
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Saturday, June 18
WOMEN IN LOVE
(Ken Russell, 1970) 7 & 9:1S-MLB 3
An encyclopedia of filmmaking technique and a masterful adapta-
tion of the D. H. Lawrence novel. Glenda Jackson won an Academy
Award for Best Actress. "It is difficult to recall another film that
so successfully recreated the past with a depth that brings to life
every album snapshot we have seen of the time."-Judith Crist.
Alan Bates, Oliver Reed, Jennie Linden.
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
(Don Siegel.,1956) 7 & 10:30-MLB 4
Gigantic poasdrain the townsfolk of their feelins and emotiona
in this highly esteemed sci-fi classic. A film entertaining.Jor its
dramatic and chilling sequences, its corny love interest between
Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter and its striking images, and
fascinating for its portrayal of 1950's hang-ups and problems. -"This
is probably my best film."-Don Siegel.
COUNTDOWN
(Robert Altman, 1968) 8:45 ony-MLB 4
Altman's rarely seen sci-fi adventure dealing with the pressures and
-tensions of the U.S.-Russian space race. Many of Altmans traits
were born in tnis film, and one critic called it "a dictionary of Alt-
man's symbolism." The film features fine performances by James
Caan and Robert Duvall and a thrilling Climax.
Sunday, June 19
FREE ADMISSION!!
THE LAST HURRAH
John Ford, 1958) 7:00 only-MLB 4
SEVEN WOMEN
(John Ford, 1966) 9:00 only-MLS 4
Monday, June 20
THE TENANT
(Roman Polonski, 1976) 7 &s 9:15-MLB 3
Polanski's most recent film is his most terrifying. As in his classic
REPULSION, the theme here is obsessive paranoia. Polanski him-
self plays a timid file clerk who takes over the apartment of a
woman who has jumped to her death from it. He slowly becomes
convinced that the other occupants of the house are driving him
to become the dead girl. Are they? Or is his mind tenant of -his
body and about to be evicted? Along with the beautiful Issebelle
Adjani (STORY OF ADELE H.), who plays his only friend, the film
features some of the most chilling images to ever hit the screen.
"The TENANT is a poetic nightmare about punishment imposed on
an unguilty man who merely entertained great fear ofg uilt."
-Penelope Gilliatt. Also stars Shelley Winters, Melvyn Douglas,'Jo
Van Fleet.

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