Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Florence, South Carolina GOOD It's October 4 1972 YEAR NO. 278 The Daily Paper Published in Eastern South Carolina S.C. DAILY 10', SUNDAY 15" Red China Ridicules Arms Agreement ED nn If Iho ic In ilc UNITED ridiculed on day the arms agreement and said it marked beginning of a new stage in nuclear arms The Chinese deputy foreign Chiao made the charge in the United Nations within hours of the Washington ceremony in which President Nixon and Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko of the Soviet Union put the cords formally into In the first Chinese policy speech to the General Assembly since Peking replaced Taiwan last Chiao repeated the Chinese positions on the Middle East and world is at the he so is Airliner Treaty Ratified WASHINGTON The Senate Ratified Tuesday an in- treaty for for sabotage and other illegal acts jeopardizing the safety of civil The convention was adopted in an international conference in Montreal attended tions in September 1971. It provides for arrest and prosecution or extradition in any signatory nation for lence aboard aircraft in planting sabotage to aircraft or navigational and communication of false information endangering aircraft in The treaty supplements an earlier convention for the of aircraft It was one of four or treaty ratified by the Senate in a single 89-0 the United If the United Nations is to regain its prestige and play its due it free itself from the manipulation and control by the big The While House ceremony marked the final steps on a treaty limiting defensive The formal treaty ed an executive accord signed by Nixon and Soviet leaders in their Moscow summit last said stipulate some on the quantity of certain categories of nuclear weapons in the possession of the Soviet Union and the United but impose no limitation at all on their Nor they mention a single word about the destruction of PRESIDENT NIXON AND SOVIET FOREIGN MINIStER ANDREI GROMYKO Treaty is history's first McGovern Claims Polls Public Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Nixon signed Ihe treaty Tuesday amid Washington pomp and while Democratic presidential challenger George S. McGovern drew a large and vocal crowd in Boston which he said shows Ihe campaign is turning McGovern said his Boston which drew possibly the biggest crowd of his shows polls are running behind public Vice President Spiro T. campaigning for the Republican ran into some hecklers in Fort and used the occasion to deliver a defense of U.S. bing policy in Sargent the Democratic vice presidential told student and labor audiences in has never been neutral about Richard and won't be McGovern's Boston crowd was estimated by various police officials at upwards to as high as Observers have been traveling with him said it at least and possibly surpassed in its the previous high for a crowd he drew in Chicago last month with Sen. Edward may be seeing another rerun of what happened in Senate Expands Aging Programs WASHINGTON The Senate Tuesday 90 to 0, a to strengthen and expand government programs to aid senior when polls showed S. behind but he won the McGovern In a New York speech earlier in the McGovern called on Nixon use his executive powers to call off U.S. aid to what he called governments in Southeast in- volved in international drug McGovern also said if elected president he would down on exploitive commercial in country he said suggests drugs or pills arc an easy answer to every McGovern will strive to ex- the kind of national leadership that is essential Id steer this country away from its obsession with drugs and pills of all kinds Nixon and Gromyko signed the SALT treaty after an overnight the presidential retreat at Camp David Spokesmen said they discussed upcoming cond phase of rjhe SALT must now move from this first step to the vitally important next step in which we consider the full range of offensive nuclear weapons and try to find agreement be- tween our two Nixon said at the INDEX Administration on created in 1965 by Ihe Older Americans would be reorganized within the Education and Welfare ment in an effort to give it greater standing and The also would establish a bipartisan Older Americans Advocacy Commission whose six members would act as ad- for the aging out the evaluate existing and make policy The commission serving on a part-time would be independent of any government department and employ their own Sen. J. Glenn offered an amendment to delete this part of Ihe and tute a National Advisory cil on the as provided in a companion passed by Ihe He and others said this would permit greater participation by senior citizens organizations in advising on government grams Hit All Bases tf Backers of the proposed South constitutional allowing the sale of liquor Comics are leaving no Page 1C. Doctor 8 Ralph Nader's study calls S Congress Great American Page 5A. Markets Sports European Common Market be- comes a more puissant force in world Page 5A. 5C 2A SB 4A 6C 1B 1C 6A WEATHER Mostly cloudy with a chance of High in Ihe 70s, low tonight Guaranteed Welfare Income Defeated WASHINGTON The Senate Tuesday defeated the proposal of Sen. Abraham A. to guarantee welfare families a year in. income and to make ments for the first time to the working The amendment was killed 52 to 34 on a tabling motion by Sen. Russell B. who said it would continue a welfare system in which cheats and immoral persons are swarming on the Long included in his attack President sistance The Ribicoff posal was a liberalized version of The vote made It seem more likely that the Senate would re- ject all of the welfare reform plans under consideration as a v part of a massive Social The Senate is expected to de- cide instead on a two-year test of the various Long assailed Ihe guaranteed annual income feature of both the Nixon under which it would be arid the coff we adopt he would be absolutely impossible to prevent it being increased to the poverty level of about or when we did we would have 67 million cans on the floor manager for the entire declared that neither the Ribicoff nor the Nixon plans would cure defects in the present welfare can by no means be regarded as a step towards nuclear the this marks Ihe beginning of a new stage in the nuclear arms Chiao the ink on the agreements had the one hastened to lest nuclear weapons and other expressed its intention to make a big increase ately in its How can this be ed as reducing the threat of a nuclear We hold that no fond illusion should be cherished about these Chiao order truly lo do away with nuclear it is necessary to prohibit and destroy nuclear weapons are something which people can neither eat nor China is a developing country and does not want to spend one penny more than necessary on such He said China is nuclear tests under com- Her nuclear tests are laking place in her and their number is is ready at any lime to slop all her nuclear but only on the day the nuclear weapons of the clear and all other nuclear countries are completely prohibited and thoroughly and not n Nuclear Limitation Accord Realized WASHINGTON Sounding a joint call for further efforts to halt the arms President Nixon and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko Tuesday placed into force history's first accords limiting nuclear pomp and the two leaders and Secretary of State William P. Rogers took the formal steps to implement two documents signed at the Moscow summit in treaty limiting deployment of defensive missiles and an inter- im agreement freezing for five years the two arsenals of long-range offensive must now move from this first step to the vitally im- portant next step in which we consider the full range of sive nuclear weapons and try to find agreement between our two Nixon Gromyko also referred to the planned second round of gic Anns Limitation Talks and are convinced that the interests of the Soviet and American peoples and the in- of the peoples of all the countries of the world demand that efforts to limit the arms race should continue No dale has been set for the start of the so-called SALT hut White House press secretary Ronald L. Zicgler re- that Nixon hopes they will begin before the end of the Geneva already has been selected as the Nixon and Gromyko had touched on SALT 2 in dis- cussions during an overnight slay at Camp the retreat in the Maryland Their dinner and breakfast conversations also ranged over and in- issues as the Middle the European Security Conference and tual balanced The spokesman said also on and Gromyko discussed the Soviet tax on Jewish but he would give no The President and the Soviet diplomat flew by helicopter back to the White House for the East Room ceremony by Vice President Spiro T. new and about 200 government and congressional Before going into the treaty was ratified by the ale and Ihe executive cleared both houses of WILL CONTINUE TO PENTAGON SAYS One of the controversial jets mysteriously vanished in Indochina Pentagon Undeterred By Mounting Fill Toll WASHINGTON The Pentagon was unable Tuesday to explain the disappearance of an Fill over Indochina under circumstances remarkably similar to the loss four years ago of two other Kills that also vanished without a Despite the latest Pentagon spokesman Jerry W. Friedheim said the jets would continue flying com- bat loss has not caused us to change our view that this is an operational ho plane disappeared Thursday on 3 night bombing mission to North Vietnam but its loss wasn't acknowledged by the U.S. command until Tuesday after an exhaustive search failed to turn up any sign of the million plane or its two-man The surrounded by conflicts over costs and mechanical flaws since mid returned to the war zone only last week after an absence of The missing plane was on its first combat Air Force officials said that unless the plane or its crew are recovered they never will learn the cause of its Although Hanoi claimed to have shot it sources said the Air Force is more in- to believe it crashed from mechanical Search planes flew the route of the from across Laos and in- to North Vietnam over some of the most rugged terrain in jungle covering jagged limestone rock The two Fills that disappeared without a trace in 1968 also flew from Takhli Royal Air Base in Punishment Meted Third FBI Agent As Gray Tightens Grip on Bureau WASHINGTON ard an FBI agent for 20 has become the third agent disciplined and trans- ferred since L. Patrick Gray III look over in May as acting head ol Ihe it was learned The Justice Department de- to comment on the re- It was understood that Rogge was transferred because of what was described as nal which could not be was that Gray investigated a complaint that Rogge was disrupting the rale of the office by making ery agent work on a Gray disclosed that a third top rector last May bureau field officer had been death of J. Edgar de- which came from sources of The complaint inside the reportedly came from the It was learned that 46, was transferred in July from where he was special agent in to in the same wives of the men who sent a letter to During an appearance at the annual Washington convention of United Press International editors and publishers but he refused to name the the offense or the date of the He referred briefly to his dis- action last month against two FBI ert 48, for two years head of the Washington office and Wesley G. 54, for- merly in charge of the Us An- geles field Of the third Gray told the know you are but I got that one by who became acting di- nied there is corruption among the if some of us are there aren't that many of us who and one is going to Last Grapp was de- suspended and ordered transferred to the smaller field office in Minneapolis because he monitored office telephone conversations and defied the bureau's new dress code which allows agents to grow a 25-year an of the has since ed.