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President' Trip / Spain #37441

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 30, 1975
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(Studio) Police in Spain making preventive arrests in advance of President Ford's visit to Madrid. Most Spaniards view President' visit favorably.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Madrid, Spain) Mr. Ford to call on President Franco at his palace outside Madrid. Franco's power on wane. Spain has proved to be fertile field for American investment. Spain's industry growth achieved at expense of social justice; more and more Spaniards incringly. critical of Franco regime. [Social Democratic party leader Carlos ZYAS - says United States supporting corrupt, repressive dictatorship of Spain.] Future of Spain up in air.
REPORTER: George Watson

Reasoner, Harry;
Watson, George

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