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Non-fiction novel . . . UNC English
professor James Reston Jr. is writing
another account of the Joan Little trial.
But Reston emphasizes that this
account will be unique. "I'll be taking a
different approach" he said. "It wont
be just an extended newspaper article."
Reston said his contract with Bantam
publishers calls for a novelist's
treatment of the facts. The book will
essentially be a non-fiction novel, he
said. "I'll be using my skills as a novelist
and bringing them to bear on the facts of
the Little trial.
"I'm goingto tell it as the magnificent
story that it is," Reston said. He has
covered the Joan Little trial as a
newspaper and television reporter, and
wrote an account of the Little trial for
the New York Times Magazine.
His book is scheduled to go to the
publisher in mid-February 1976 and
should be released to the public in the
Soviets party . . . While the Soviet
basketball players looked distinctly
foreign in Carmichael Auditorium last
Saturday, their post-game antics in
Chapel Hill seemed somewhat typical
according to two UNC students who
took Alexandr Belov and Vladimir
Arsormaskov out on the town.
When the foursome toured Franklin
St., senior Russian major Melinda
Hickman said the Russians looked over
the clothing styles displayed in the
Shrunken Head's window and chose
"number 12" as their favorite after
seeing a poster of Phil Ford in Ledbetter
In the Intimate Bookshop politics
surfaced briefly, Martha Stevens, a
senior Slavics studies major, said.
"When I pointed out Alexander
Solzhenitsyn's book, Belov just glanced
at it and said, 'it's forbidden.' "
by TIM PITT MAN and VERNON LOEB
Although Belov had accumulated a
suitcase full of record albums, Hickman
said, in the Record Bar he was most
interested to know what were the latest
Even though the Russians are
prohibited from drinking during
training, Stevens said the foursome
returned to the Holiday Inn with beer
and odka after the excursion into town
and were almost caught with the spirits
by their coach.
Hickman, who drives a 1964 Chrysler
Imperial, said that at the motel one
Russian player "saw my car, and
wouldn't be satisfied until he got a ride. I
think he was sort of in awe of it."
Spaniard speaks . . . Miguel de
Valverde, a Spanish citizen whose
family dates back to the 11th century,
says he was dismayed by the death of
Generalismo Francisco Franco
Thursday. "Franco's regime has been
beneficial to Spain, because it brought
unity and tried to raise the standard of
Calling himself a royalist who was
never particularly pro-Franco, the
graduate student in romance languages
said most people saw only Franco's
negative aspects, and "look at him as a
fascist like Hitler or Mussolini.
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"Although Spain was a fascist state,
and still is, it was loosely organized and
not as repressive as Franco's enemies
claim," de Valverde said. "Fascism itself
has not committed atrocities."
Although de Valverde said Spain
needed a change of leadership, he said
he objects to Prince Juan Carlos
assuming power. The Prince's father,
Juan Borbon, claims de Valverde, is the
rightful heir to the Spanish throne.
Black expressionist . . . Clarence
Mayo pointed to a bearded black man a
few feet away. "See that dude with the
beard, now he is cool, and I'd try to
capture that if I was painting him."
To Mayo, manager of the Union
Snack Bar whose paintings are currently
being exhibited in the Union North
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capturing the attitudes of black people
through their expressions.
"1 try to do things to catch the interest
of black people and to make them feel
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From the wires of ,
United Press International
WASHINGTON The CIA tried
unsuccessfully to kill Fidel Castro and
Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba with
underworld help in the early 1960s, but it is
unclear whether Presidents Eisenhower,
Kennedy or Johnson approved the plots, the
Senate intelligence committee reported
The long-awaited report, published
despite last-minute White House attempts to
suppress it, also said the CIA supplied arms
or other aid to insurgents who acting on
their own killed South Vietnam's Premier
Ngo Dinh Diem, Generalissimo Rafael
Trujillo of the Dominican Republic and
Gen. Rene Schneider of Chile.
It said there was no evidence the United
States actively sought the deaths of these
"No foreign leaders were killed as a result
of assassination plots initiated by officials of
the United States," the report said.
The committee lamented it was unable "to
make a finding that the assassination
schemes were authorized by the presidents or
other persons above the government agency
or agencies involved," because the chain of
command was always "ambiguous,"
complex and so constructed that the highest
level officials could "plausibly deny"
chaos or liberalization?
MADRID, Spain Spain is without the
strong arm of Generalissimo Francisco
Franco for the first time in 36 years a
condition ripe for chaos.
Rightists see the post-Franco era as a time,
more than ever, for preservation of the iron
fisted rule that has dominated Spanish life
since 1939. Leftists see it as a long-awaited
chance to step out of the underground.
In the middle is Prince Juan Carlos de
Borbon, whose greatest strength for guiding
post-Franco Spain is his greatest
weakness Generalissimo Francisco
Juan Carlos is the dead leader's hand
picked successor the sole recipient of an
authoritarian regime built up through 36
years of repression and dictatorial rule.
The army 300,000 strong repeatedly
has '-pledged fits ; loyajtyer 'Juarf Gaflos,
grandson of Spain's last king, AHonscfXIll.
But Jose Maldonado, president of the
Spanish Republican government in exile in
Paris since 1939, complains of the prince's
"fidelity to Franco principles."
"There is no possibility of a peaceful
solution for Spain through the monarchy,"
he said. In Brussels, officials of the
European Common Market and the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization showed
restraint regarding a possible move toward
ending their estrangement with Spain.
with a plastic pistol
MIAMI Ronald Reagon announced his
candidacy for the Republican presidential
nomination in Washington Thursday, and at
his first campaign appearance in Florida five
hours later was jolted by an assassination
A young man flashed what turned out tp
be a plastic toy pistol from a few feet away
and was wrestled to the ground by Secret
Neither Reagan nor his wife, Nancy,
appeared ruffled by the incident. At a news
conference minutes later both were calm and
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