World: CARETAKER AFTER FRANCO

INTIMATES of Spain's new Vice Premier often call him Facha —a Castilian expression implying "What a sight!" Though he is a dandy in his uniform, Agustin Munoz Grandes has never liked the pomp of his office as chief of Spain's General Staff, and has remained a relatively modest man. He regularly attends soccer games in Madrid dressed in sports clothes more suitable to a workman; he and his wife live in a small, unpretentious apartment, and he rolls his own small black cigarettes. Unlike other Cabinet ministers who tool around Madrid in chauffeur-driven Cadillacs and Mercedeses, Munoz Grandes favors a small...

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