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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1974, Florence, South Carolina It's S. C. DAILY 10', SUNDAY 25' World FEA Nominee Selected President Ford announced tion Monday of Frank G. Zarb to head the Federal Energy Ad- strengthening influence over Ihe energy an associate director of the Office of Management and doubles as the Resources advising the President on energy A White House spokesman said Zarb would keep his council post while taking command of His appointment re- quires Connolly Trial Slated U.S. District Court Judge George 1.. Mart Monday ordered former John to trial here March 19 on charges of accepting a bribe inn milk fund But the judge severed charges from other accusations federal indictment against the for- mer Texas governor and former secretary of the The second trial would deal with accusations that Connally conspired to obstruct justice and committed perjury before a federal grand jury that investigated the The judge rejected picas from chief defense that the trial be preferably to San as a matter of convenience to the Texas witnesses and to escape what tie said has been a saturation of publicity about his case and other Hijackers Surrender Denied asylum by the Arab four Palestinians ended their three-day siege of a British liner Monday and surrendered to Tunisian West said it may ask extradition of the hijackers for the murder of a German The four walked with three the last of Jtt and seven ransomed Arab guerrillas after the n i s i a announced it would grant them Hut immediately after their surrender Foreign Minister denied any binding Chatti said his government had the condition they not turned over to Palestine Liberation The four are members of a splinter guerrilla which along with virtually all oilier Arab ments condemned the vowed to make the responsibility and for the Miners To Vote WASHINGTON Regional leaders of the United were summoned from the coal fields Monday for a crucial vote on an offer that speed an end tothe miners now two weeks contract containing a falter wage offer from the coal submitted Tuesday to Approval by the which balked at the last needed before the paol can be put to a ratification the union's 120.000 striking In officials said the ratification process may be shortened so can be reopened early provided Nixon Examined LONG Calif. appointed by a court to determine if former President Richard is physically fit to testify at the Watergate spent two hours inside seaside estate in San Clemente on I the doctors drove out the gates of the villa out slopping to lalk with and there was no word on whether they had examined the former president or mined whether he was able to testify at the of five former Gets Second Heart Africa Dr. Christiaan Barnard implanted a second heart in the chest of a 58-year-old man Monday the burden on the man's own diseased The unidentified man was reported in satisfactory con- dition with both hearts boating It was the first implant of a new heart without removing the old The old fakes care of as much as it can. What it can't handle is taken care of by the new Barnard said after Ihe five-hour operation at The new heart came from a 10-year-old girl killed in an cident on A hospital spokesman said that after the child was clinically dead her heart was kept beating inside Ihe body until Barnard's heart team was ready to begin its Barnard performed Ihe world's first heart Dec. 3.1967. Riots Enter Talks Critics of Nelson A. Rockefeller's conduct as governor of New testifying Monday before the House Judiciary focused on Attica prison uprising and New York's legalisation of Rockefeller did not attend the committee hearing on his nomination to become vice He was in New York where his underwent a second cancer operation Only five weeks after her left breast a New York hospital for removal of her right The 2'A-houroperation was completed at 1! a.m. Rockefeller spent two days testifying before the committee last and it is now from private groups and most of them opposed to his Prime Minister Of Japan Quits A KISS TO KEEP A baby Uganda giraffe plants an unforgettable kiss on April Mehher at the San Diego Wild Animal The a 130-pound female named or in was born Nov. 15. TOKYO Prime ister beset by a soaring inflation rate and charges he misused his power for personal announced Tuesday that he will successor was named im- mediately and it was not known when Tanaka would leave of- v Standard practice is for the president of the to be prime but factional strife within lire ruling Liberal Democratic party caused dis- agreement over how to choose a replacement and the process was expected to take several 56, summoned three executives of his ruling Liberal Democratic party to his home Tuesday and told them of his decision to He handed them a letter addressed to the party explaining his one of tbe most ular prime ministers when he took office in July 1972. said he held himself responsible for current discord within the Liberal Democratic His resignation had been ex- Third Thant of Burma Dies YORK a Buddhist schoolmaster from Burma who served for a decade of the United died Monday of He was 65. A spokesman at Ihe Harkness of Columbia 1 lenan Medical Center said Thant entered the Nov. 21 and died Monday at p.m. Thant underwent surgery at hospital on Nov. 11. 1973. for cancer of The surgery to be for a benign facial But after entering the tal com- His health was good most of the time he was but he had minor rectal surgery in July and in November 1971. He survived by his a daughter arid four grand- Funeral arrangement were who served two year terms as retired on Dec. 31. 1971. and bad been working on his in Thant became the third man to lead Ihe world body on Nov. 3. following Trygve Lie of N o r w a y and Dag skj old of During his reign he wilh numerous world in- Deluding wars in the He listed among his successes the appearance of Pope Paul VI at U.N. in 1965. He also helped end the sile crisis in 1962 and pushed for the seating which was approved in 1971. President Ford expressed great sorrow at Ihe death of him all man of Ford said Thant's leadership in the world a decade won him wide respect and the gratitude of. all who cherish world 1 loyalty was not lo any one power or ethnic but to and it this same universal spirit that all men will mourn his Ford name was ced the meaning or in For nearly all his 10 years in Thant wrestled with problem of China's lion and considered the im- passe a personal Then near the end of his second the Assembly voted on Page 8A) Pressure for the move had been building since a table magazine published charges Oct. 10 that he had amassed a huge fortune by ing his office and dubious The article prompted ds within his own party and four major opposition he step Japanese prime ministers resigned in the past cause of scandals involving of their but Tanaka was the first brought down by allegations of personal Resignations of two tant party leaders last critically weakened Tanaka's political and private campaign against the premier played a large role in his Takeo former ce minister and Tanaka's unsuccessful rival for the pre- in 1372, and Takeo former vice called for party reform and openly criticized the premier's so-called money Tanaka's popularity dropped to 17 per cent this month after the refrained from fully answering questions raised in the magazine story about his personal The investigative article in Bungei magazine Tanaka made a fortune questionable land and siness H also claimed Kenji a wealthy entrepreneur who owns hotels in California and worked with Tanaka to raise large sums of money and in return received special favors which facilitated his hotels overseas He has also been criticized for failing to stop Japan's currently advancing at a 20 per cent annual The son of poor Tanaka's humble earthy mannerisms secured him considerable public port. Hospital Contracts With Architect The McLeod Hospital Board of i Trustees have signed an archi- firm to begin plans lor the new regional Page 3A. The Florence County Iron has heard complaints on the handling of ballots in the Nov. 5 General Page 1B. Mike Hargrove of the Texas Rangers has been named the American of the Page 6A. INDEX Classifieds 2B Comics Deaths Editorials Markets Sports Theaters Women 5B 2A 4A 6B 6A 1B 3A 5A WEATHER Sunny and mid 50s; lower 30s. Page 3A. U.S. Auto Sales Continue Down DETROIT auto sales continued to nosedive in mid-November as the nation's car makers posted their second worst performance for the odin 14 Company figures released Monday showed a sharp 34.7 per tent decline from Nov. 11-20. 1973. Henry Ford chairman of Ford Motor predicted the worst to don't see any sign of it auto getting he said impromptu news conference got a period we've got to live but it can get I don't think it's bottomed out country's in a and we're in the auto maker think leadership in Washington has to lake some substantive I think the is that there's no sumer ihc only top auto to favor a gasoline lax in- said revenues from the levy are needed to help pay for extended ment All four manufacturers ready announced major plant and worker layoffs last week of the est sales drop in the year-long New model deliveries in the latest period totaled with 258.818 a year Farm Food Up FORMER U.N. SECRETARY-GENERAL U Monday in New York Heart of London Bombed LONDON Terrorist Scotland Yard said 20 people bombers struck at the heart of were injured by explosions of London on Monday as Britain's three bombs planted in Labor government sought em- walk mailboxes one at power to ban the Irish Republican Page 8A) AP Farm Writer WASHINGTON retail cost of a year's supply of farm produced groceries rose in another record according to figures released Monday by the Agriculture the figures also showed that the increase would have been greater if men had not trimmed their margins for some food Last officials a food basket cost an annual rale of SI for a up from in Although the share rose during Ihe the middleman portion declined from Officials said middlemen received less last month for fresh fruits and but more for most other particularly for eggs and oil seed The easier grip oh Ihe con- sumer food dollar last month has been the ex- not the Since October the figures the basket's annual cost rate climbed with larger middleman shares There Are Still Reasons To Be Thankful Hy The Associated Press The dollar is ployment is Millions of people are threatened by What is there to be thankful These are some of Ihe things that some prominent Americans from different walks of life said they were grateful for as Thanksgiving The Associated Press asked people in the labor and several other fields what they found to be optimistic about in a time of general economic Here are some of their James J. president of Ihe New York Stock greatest we can be thankful that our nation remains at And while recognizing the problems created by inflation and we should be thankful that more than ever before have jobs We can be that shortages of many basic materials we experienced a year ago have largely been Beverly opera star who recently underwent successful surgery for a pelvic am 1 thankful for this That I'm alive with my family and that we're all in good that I'm working in the field I always dreamed of being in enjoying every minute of Rogers C. B. secretary of the am thankful that wilh action to curb waste our country still has more than enough energy resources to bridge Ihe gap until we can develop effective new forms of And lam ful that the American once they understand a have always shown the spirit and ingenuity to do what must be Quincy a former prisoner of in North Vietnam who ran for Congress in Ihe November thankful lam for I am for the opportunities America Jerry president of Ihe American Federation of ty and Municipal are indeed difficult but we have seen and if our elected officials can respond to demand by the American people as expressed in the recent elections for a new sense of direction and purpose end the we can make it. We can Ix thankful for the spirit and good sense on the part of the Betty founder of the National Organization for can be thankful that ai last everyone's consciousness is really We are taking ourselves seriously and are being taken We have broken through on so many fronts and our voice is finally being heard politically I think women must join now with all concerned people to seek the new thinking and courage that is required in a national Frederic president of Ihe Association of American are thankful for what seems lo Iw a growing sympathy and under- standing on Ihe part of Ihe public lo the mission and goals higher education We are certainly grateful for the increasing support we are And weare ful for the very strong evidence of a new seriousness of purpose among Dr. deorge professor of surgery at Temple University and president of the American Cancer cited the establishment of a network of detection clinics for breast results have been very promising at the clinics with 77 per cent of all cancers ted in a stage before there is any lymph node involvement and therefore enhancing the cure Wendy Manhattan is actually 15 cents a pound cheaper this And I managed to buy five pounds of sugar just before the price
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