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Gizenga Delegate Here

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The Congo's Thomas Kanza, representative of the Gizenga government at the United Nations and the only man to survive Kasavubu's purge of the Lumumba cabinet, will speak in the Quincy House dining room at 8 p.m. tonight.

Kanza was appointed delegate to the United Nations last June and retained his post in September despite Kasavubu's seizure of power and Mobutu's subsequent coup d'etat.

But on Sept. 28 Kanza returned to the Congo and refused to participate in Mobutu's College of Commissioners, the country's interim government.

Kanza's topic will be "The Tragic Comedy of the Congo--What Next?"

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