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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 4, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaFit s sunday november 4, 1973 our Mth year no. Florence. . Daily to is football for stories other scores see Page v Virginia 24 Florida tech 10 p rtt state state Wynois 0 notre Dame Navy 31 Texas sum Clemson Wake Forest Missouri Kansas state Nebraska Colorado 42 14 37 7 28 76 Michigan St. Wisconsin Cotow for Wofford Southern California restate South Carolina Nixon aide to continue tape testimony monday key b1scaynk, Fla. F a president Nixon was de scribed by aides saturday As concerned Over contusion sur rounding the watergate tapes Cali be y to Florida to handle routine key duties As presidential a tuesday when the hearing re Sumes before judge John j. Sirica. A White House spokesman said Nixon had. Not met or talked with Bull since Hiar Rived Friday. He said Bull came talked with Nixon saturday. He wants to be sure that we do everything we can to Clear this matter this aide said the Tion be but he did not say. And Sirica sustained their counsel j. Fred Buzhardt and whether Nixon might accede to objection because the june 4 would talk to him again daring a suggestion Thath Eliiah Over a tape is riot rated. This was one month be fore he White House said publicly that the conversations were not recorded. The spokesman said the pres ident had conferred by Tele phone with his chief watergate turn Over any tape which was recorded last june when he spent 12 hours listening to recordings of his Dwnconversa-1 Lions with watergate figures. Nixon s lawyers object Eti. Russians reported in Syria hard ride for Princess Coachman Arthur Showell stands at Buck Ingham Palace w tit the Glass coach that will serve As Princess Anne s bridal coach or Ivor marriage nov. 14. The coach was first used at the Corona Tion of King George v in 1911 and still has the same leather Springs it was equipped with . The ride is hard and the coach is said to Sway from Side to Side. A London a the Sun Day observer said seven rus Sian soldiers in uniform were captured by the israelis on the syrian front during the first week of the War. The newspaper said the rus sians surrendered when the israelis overran their Bunker in the first line defences on the Golan Keighin. The observer said the affair is being treated Wilh strictest secrecy by israeli aul homilies. It reported the russians were interrogated at the israeli air Force base at hum at David in Galilee. The newspaper did nut identify its sources. Saxbe May Ting Okess israelis foil 3rd army attempt to break out across Suez canal by the associated press egyptian 3rd army soldiers threw a footbridge across the Suez Cannat and tried to break through israeli encirclement saturday but were shoved Back in a sporadic free hour Battle. Tel Aviv said. The israeli military spokes Man col Nachman Kami said other egyptian troops on the East Bank of the canal tried to improve their positions Here and there near the Giddy pass in the Sinai Peninsula. He said they also were repulsed. The skirmishes came As in Tensive diplomatic activity continued in several capitals in big Power efforts to bring the arabs and israelis toward a peace settlement and solidify he still fragile cease fire. Israeli Premier Violda Meir conferred in Washington until 2 . Saturday state Henry Vav Kissinger. Their talks followed similar meetings Friday among Kissinger syrian Deputy foreign minister Mohammed Zakaria Ismail and egyptian foreign minister Ismail Fahmy. The soviet first Deputy for eign minister Vassili Kurnel followed into the syrian capital i5 minutes later by president Houari Boum Dienne of Algeria who conferred ear Lier in Cairo with president an wars Adal of Egypt a senior official of the inter National red Cross left Geneva for Damascus on what was de scribed by the red Cross As an important step dealing with All pending humanitarian prob the trip Pierre Gaillard reflected red Cross concern Over Syria s failure to submit lists of israeli War Pris Sov flew into Damascus. Lie owners and allow red Cross delegates to visit them. . Officials announced in Cairo meanwhile that peace keeping troops have begun operations cast of the Suez canal for the first time to Clamp fur ther guarantees on the la Day old cease fire. The spokesmen said finnish. Swedish and austrian units Are running patrols on the East Bank while a contingent of Irish soldiers is being airlifted 3 permanent positions in the israeli held territories of the Sinai desert there was no word whether they witnessed the fighting re ported by Israel. Tel Aviv claimed the egyptian Bridge near the bitter lakes was destroyed before any troops could Cross the canal. Of the egyptian 3rd army face israeli forces on both sides of the 200-foot-wide canal and Tel Aviv says they Are trapped. The egyptians have been resupplied with food and medical supplies trucked from Cairo under . Super vision and ferried across the canal Wilh israeli permission. The israeli military com , Page 9ai Washington a con Gress May not be Able to establish an Independent watergate prosecutor s office but its at tempt to do so is complicating confirmation of president Nix on s attorney general. In Normal times it would be a cinch to get a senator approved without a hearing for a Cabinet Post. But Nixon s selection of sen. William sax he Ohio has become caught up in he fight Over a prosecutor. It s part of a situation in Washington s watergate world where appearance and reality often have become blurred. It is question Abl at the moment hat Congress can Muster the Voles needed to pass any of the special prosecutor Bills and even less Likely that it could Ever get the two thirds to override Nixon s almost certain veto. But Senate democrats Are planning to press ahead on the legislation before getting around to confirming . At the same time democrats on the judiciary committee such As Sens. Robert c. Byrd d-w.va., Edward m. Kennedy d-mass., and Birch e. Bayh d nd., seem determined to win assurances from Saxbe on the Independent status of president . Steps up sessions with Mideast belligerents will Mideast respond to talks Washington api Secretary of stale Henry a. Kissin Ger set up an unexpected meet ing saturday with i rime minis Ter Golda Meir of Israel As the United states stepped up its middleman role in trying to overcome Middle East cease fire problems. The hastily arranged late night session at Blair House caused mrs. Me to to postpone her departure for Home. Kissinger will meet again first with egyptian. Foreign Singer met for an hour Friday with Mohamed Zakaria Ismail the Deputy foreign minister in the first significant diplomatic Contact Between the United states and Syria in a year. Obviously there is a Cross current of discussions . But . Officials sought to discourage speculation about a major breakthrough before Kis Singer departs on monday for Cairo and other Arab capitals. He altered his schedule to add minister Ismail Fahmy and is Tunisia As a Stop keeping president Nixon in mrs. Meir and Kissinger were formed of the discussions by together for More than two Telephone said Robert j. Hours at Blair House late Mccroskey lne site Friday night their session a Riel spokesman. Breaking up after Midnight. She in another development. . Then stayed up until almost 3 officials said Joseph j. Sisco . To Confer with is the assistant Secretary for the Rae i aides. She had planned to near East probably . To leave Washington sometime Damascus later this month for saturday night but israeli ufos with syrian leaders. Kis sources said she would remain Here until sometime sunday. The main topics of discussion with her and Wilh Kahmey apparently arc the prisoner of War situation. The egyptian blockade at the Entrance to the red sea and the status of egyptian forces on the East Bank of the Suez canal. . Officials reiterated their own firm understanding that if the current exploratory talks to actual peace negotiations then Israel and her Arab neighbors would bargain directly with each either. These officials also said it has always been the . Position that there be no preconditions to such settlement talks. At the same time they pointed out that the current on the ground situation is a new and significant element. They added meanwhile that see , Page Cairo a a cartoon in Cairo s Ai ashram newspaper Las week labelled Henry a. Kissinger the International magician and showed him with a Wand and top hat marked Middle East a question Mark was floating out of the hat. It represented the doubt in Egypt about american intentions As president Anwar Sadat prepares to receive the . Secretary of stale for talks on How to get the Middle peace process going. And it underlines the Paradox that has bedevilled american see Kissin Ger page7a sky lab Iii astronauts to take off saturday a Trio of Rookie astronauts will rocket away saturday for a spectacular View of the Comet . The . Navy no longer fops the russian in Many departments according to Jane s fighting ships. Page so. I Julie Nixon Eisenhower has become her father s staunchest supporter during the past few weeks. Page 7d. Arts 10ajj building deaths editorials features is Horoscope 6da sports spotlight i 101 1c Sitf weather Cloudy and not As warm in the Al morning becoming partly Cloudy during the aft Ujj Moon. Highs mid 60s. Lows around 50. De h tails Page 3a. Nixon s newly named special watergate prosecutor Leon Wjk Worski. But they seem in no hurry to Start the hearings on Saxbe s confirmation. Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott conceded Friday that in these Days of broken ii would at least be necessary for a hearing to be Heldo Saxbe. He added that he doubted democratic senators will be that discourteous to a fellow senator As to delay his confirmation. See prosecutor page9a controls did t work Libil Neikirk associated press writer Washington a baby Chicks Are drowned because it costs too much to raise them. Beef disappears from some meat counters the Price of a dozen eggs soars to Short Ages of key commodities emerge Wilh these images fresh in their minds american con Sumers Are discovering what Many economists have been saying for a Long time Price controls Don t always work. Controls Page 7a Energy crisis worse every Day mounting problems with Energy supplies have led to Calls for dramatic changes in the american life style. In Miami Beach saturday Federal highways adminis Trator Norbert Tiemann said his office would recommend an increased excise tax on Gaso line reduced Speed limits on All Federal highways and a Coupon rationing plan for Gas similar to that used during world War ii. The Nixon administration said it was considering such measures As extending Ray Light savings time All year round a reduction of operating hours by non essential industries suspension of anti pol Lution controls and other Emer gency procedures to meet what Ever fuel crisis develops. Crisis is much worse than All of us anticipated a week said sen. Henry m. Jackson a Wash chairman of the Senate Interior committee. He said Arah Oil cutbacks have amounted Toa loss of3.3 million barrels of Oil a Day not 1.2 million barrels As originally thought. And Canada. The main foreign source of . Oil announced Friday it on ils crude Oil exports from 40 cells a barrel losi.90a barrel. The foreign squeeze has pushed prices up on available supplies of gasoline and heating Oil. And several states Are Tak ing Steps to anticipate whal they feel could be a serious shortage this Winter. The Price of some brands of gasoline went up again last week sending the Price of Premium Gas soaring to the 50-Eenl per gallon Mark in such areas As new York and san fran Cisco. Texaco inc. Announced Satur Day in was raising its wholesale gasoline and heating Oil prices two cents a Gal Jon. Phillips Petroleum co. Announced a three cent a gallon hike on both gasoline and heal ing Oil thursday As the Cost of living co t til lifted the lid on controls. And several Otter Oil companies announced one cent Price hikes. Appearing at the american trucking association s convention in Miami Beach slur see Energy pages

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