Florence Morning News in Florence, South-Carolina
24 Sep 1972

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24 Sep 1972

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s sunday september t our49th year no. 267 the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. C. Daily 10sunday College football Tulane games state 10 notre Dame o Ole miss Maryland 6 16 a. Tech Mich 77 army ecu 6 Citadel 0 Rice 34 pcs Mars Tenn. 0 Wake 6 Mcgovern claims Campaign upturn Don Milkon i a Lilica writer George Mcgovern said Siiter Dikiy Bis democratic presiden Lia Campaign is in a upturn Whit i will Force president Nixon into More open campaigning bin Nixon resuming from his second major Campaign swing said things were just Fine Willi him. At the same time. Vice president Spiro i. Agnew was carrying on his Long distance debate with Mcgovern Over the Vietnam War and said this is no More unpopular than others in the nation s past. Sargent Sli River. Mccin Vorn s vice presidential running male was slated to speak at a Jefferson Jackson Day dinner in Las vegas saturday night. Mcgovern told the Ohio democratic convention that Nix on refuses a per cent of the time to face Hie american lie said there is a Strong american tradition Ihal a presidential candidate must Lake his record to the country especially if in is one that needs Japan red China close to new ties Tokyo api three months ago the japanese and communist chinese govern ments were nol even speaking to each other. Now they Are on a course which is expected to Lead to establishment of Diplo malic relations perhaps before cameras. On monday. Kakuei Tanaka. Japan s prime minister since july will Board a japanese air liner for the first direct flight to peking from Japan since world War ii attempt to open a Friendship which will for a Long Lime to almost from i he Day Tanaka took office it seemed lie japanese were preparing for live television coverage from peking. In recent weeks even before the Dale for Tanaka s arrival in the chinese capital was announced. Japanese technicians have been beaming test to signals Back from peking. Viewers on saturday night were shown a live Panorama of the magnificent buildings of the forbidden City. A japanese Airliner carried 65 persons half of the total of 130 japanese and foreign news men who will cover i he Tanaka visit to peking via Shanghai on saturday. Unlike . News Media pre paring to cover president Nix on s Visil to peking in february the japanese have had a a mindful of Sla Tio cd in peking All along while pursuing a policy of nationalist China on Taiwan but carrying on Trade and Cul Lural relations with the main land. These and visiting japanese correspondents have been kept Busy in recent months with the flow of officials going in pave the Way for Tanaka s visit. Even before the formal announcement aug. 13 Llinat Tan aka had succeeded in having himself invited to peking the proposed Visil and normalization of japanese communist chinese relations became daily front Page news in Japan. Talks had been going on be tween japanese officials and Sun Ping Hua. Who led a Shanghai dance drama troupe on a Visil to Japan. There even was a Brief debate on whether these talks formally constituted to opening of peking Tokyo contacts. In their excitement. He japanese said yes and peking said Bui in was through these talks that Tanaka s Lope King was arranged. Tanka sen an envoy to explain to nationalist chinese leaders his moves to set up diplomatic relations with cumin ii nil China. The nationalist out rage communicated to envoy Etsusaburo Shiina on his Visil to Taipei nothing to alter Tanaka s plans. There was a Brief bump on the smooth Road in peking when Shiina said Japan impede to maintain diplomatic relations with the nationalists. Bui that was smoothed Over when he government said it had not changed its position thai once Japan establishes diplomatic relations with peking Diplo Matic relations with Taipei cease to exist. Japanese correspondents re ported communist chinese pre Mier Clio in Lai had expressed displeasure at Shiina s statement but thai japanese officials conferring with him in peking at the Lime told him to please wait to hear what Tan aka would Sav. Mcgovern said substitute campaigners and second string permit Nixon to avoid taking his record personally to the country. The democratic candidate said instead of going out with the Dixon chose to go to Ibe Texas ranch of John b. Connally to see Oil billionaires and a few Mossback politicians who Call themselves democrats Nixon met Friday night with big Campaign contributors and democrats for Dixon at Connally s ranch in quest of Texas s 2ti electoral Voles. As he left san Antonio Sal inlay the president moved through the fringes m an Airport crowd of several thousand shaking and acknowledging cheers. The while House staff issued a Sale men in san Antonio in which Nixon cited newly announced statistics which he said show we definitely arc on the right track with our economic policies. Have made solid Progress in the Battle against in the statement said. Hut that Battle is not yet won. We Are determined lock the Rale of inflation even More than we have Agnew. Campaigning in heavily Republican enu mry Al London. By. Defended the . Bombing of North Vietnam and rejected s Contention thai the War is immoral and nip Ophilar. There is nothing immoral about helping a nation Ihal has been callously and ruthlessly aglow told an Airport rally. Anil the Vietnam War is no More unpopular Sihau Olber wars fought by the United met with several Hundred Young workers a the House after they had earlier announced their endorsement of him. Nixon told the group. It s wrong for men who work to gel less than a Man on Well Arr. they cheered. Gov. William a. Khan said be would endorse Kcf Ioveino s candidacy. Ken. John Tower. I Tex. After meeting with Nixon in san Antonio said the president expects to Cany Texas in november and seems optimistic about carrying it by a Large majority. President Richard Nixon collects a fringe Benefit that goes with the Job of chief executive As a group of Texas for Nixon girls Corner him for a hug and kiss As he prepared to leave san Antonio saturday. A s. Viet troops try to prevent takeover Marcos claims martial Law imposed to prevent takeover Saigon api thousands of South vietnamese troops mane Vered on the Northern front saturday to prevent North vietnamese forces from Recap luring hard won territory it Lac government s counter Offen Sive. Spokesmen for the Saigon command said two search and destroy sweeps m Quang Tri and Thna Thien provinces involved about 20.000 Para troopers rangers and infantrymen. Supported by 200 a Mored vehicles. The Titrations began last tuesday but were nol announced until saturday. The spokesmen indicated they do not involve new thrusts into enemy held terrain Hul rather Are intended to maintain the government s hold on areas recaptured earlier in the three month counter offensive. Most of Quang Tri province North and West of its capital and the a Shau Valley in Western Thna thin province still Are in North vietnamese hands. So far the sweeps have encountered Little enemy resist Ance. The biggest action so far occurred Friday morning when South vietnamese paratroopers reported killing 48 North Viet namese South and Southwest of the City 01 Juang Tri. No significant Battle action was reported in the three South Ern provinces of the 1st Mili tary Region Quang Nam. Quang tin Quang Ngai following a 27-Rnund rocket bar rage Ihal vim he Danang air base Early saturday morning. In phenom penh. Ibe Cam Bodian High command reported that communist cd troops fought their Way into the mar Ket place of Chabak. 23 Miles South of phenom penh. Manila api president Ferdinand k. Marcos declared saturday night ii imposed martial Law in the Philippines to save he Republic from a communist rebellion and to Reform society. The president s remarks in a nationwide radio and to broadcast came Al the end of a period of about 12 hours in which the nation of 7.100 islands in the Western Pacific had been Cul off from he world by a government ordered communications blackout. Marcos Tad an escalating threat of armed insurrection delay of pos brings reaction from relatives the assoc1atkd i Kliss stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with disappointment and resentment most of it directed Al Hanoi hut some Al Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane. I ans. As had been expected and american Antiwar Ali visit who obtained he release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear Ihal the released prisoners would he taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Galley. 68. Of Greenville. Maine and father of Navy . Markham Gartly. Blamed the delay on interference by the . Govern Cal and said he Nixon administration should keep its nose Oul of this mrs. Marney Elias. Mother of air Force Odvard shias and her Hus band Are very upset Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men. Including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Mrs. Klias. Of Jacksonville. Said she had no conditions except that they ask for their in Tampa Fla. Herbert Charles. 65. And his wife had packed their suitcases in anticipation of a trip to new York to Greet their son. Navy . Morris Charles. A phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay. We were so mrs. Charles said. We had been looking Forward to seeing him. I Don t know what to do now. I Don t know what could have happened. Hope he hurries and comes . Ambassador g. Mccurlie godly and other officials were on hand Al the Vien Tiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi it was t until the plane landed that godly Learned the american pilots were not on Hoard. Lodicy had earlier told newsmen he in tended to Board the plane to offer the freed prisoners whatever assistance he could give them. He denied thai he intended to inform them Ilia Alliey under Quiry orders. In Washington. Secretary of defense Melva r. Friday certainly would recommend that i desc men turn themselves Over As soon As possible to their Sei Cascoa had prompted my to Lake this protect the he ordered martial Law Friday night. After gunmen lir cd into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the govern ment called an Assassa Nalion attempt. The official unhurt. Scores of political arrests were report cd in have followed. Marcos emphasized in his broadcast Ihal martial Law k nol a military takeover of the civilian government but a measure to end the present National emergency a Midnight to 4 . Curfew went into effect immediately. Marcos said. Clements of the metropolitan police command or metro com. Sel up checkpoints in the greater Manila area to enforce the curfew. Hoults of the martial Law decree were peaceful the four million or so residents of Hie greater Manila area went about their Normal weekend activities. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the City and people went in the movies and the supermarkets. The population missed the usual daily radio newscasts newspapers flow Ever As Melr com troops closed the City s eight major English language daily newspapers and Almuly a radio and television stations. Other measures contained in he edict which Marcos signed late Friday of All Domestic Ard in Ornati Inal Media operating in the Philippines. Ban on filipinos from going abroad. Closure of schools on All Levels for a week. Penally for illegal Possession in in Rauno total ban Oil Public demonstrations rallies labor strikes. Courts will continue functioning except in cases involving violations of Public order the fundamental Law. National Security abuse and improper use of the military uniform. The presidential edict will not affect those who do not want o overthrow the government by inversion or violence. Thev have nothing to worry Marco stress cd. A state of rebellion exists and everyone knows added. His decision to impose martial Law Marcos said is nol precis Italy. If there were other effective alternative measures we Wou d have gladly adopted rut we the limits of our patience. Now we want to defend the Rogers Heads for a with Clamp Down plan Washington api Sec Clary of stale William p. To Gers Heads for the United nations sunday with plans to Call Lor International action to Clamp Down on terrorism. In his two week annual Visil to the . General Assembly sessions Rogers will have Side talks with Russia s Andrei Gromyko and scores of other foreign ministers on items ranging from Trade in the Middle East. On monday prior to a dinner meeting with Gromyko. Rogers is to deliver the main . Speech to the ki2-nation Gener Al Assembly. With terrorism a prime Nivon administration targe since the Munich massacre israeli ath letes aides said lingers wants to Muster support Lor measures Agai Osl such Boundary crossing terrorist acts As these hijacking and Salmi tags if air planes. Kidnapping of diplomats. Killing of civilians in a country not involved in the particular dispute concerning the terrorists. Explosives through International mails. A number of Arab and Afri can countries have opposed Pill Ting terrorism on the . Agenda. They contend Haluch debate would be aimed at them for their support of causes ranging from regaining israeli occupied lands to ouster of portuguese colonialists. The United Stales says liberation movements Are a Sepa rate Issue from terrorism. But . Officials acknowledge thai debate on terrorism lends to develop political overtones. Israeli foreign minister Abba Khan said after seeing Rogers Friday that we of Tiglio to gel the obstacle terrorism i Oul of the Way before we gel on Lone got nation of a Mideast be talc ment. toll stands at 571 b " shot a finish Soldier in the Here saturday touching off an Exchange of fire in which the army said a in Troi isl gun Man also was hit. The Soldier part of a Mobile patrol conducting a screening operation was taken to a Hospi Tal in very serious in Londonderry. Northern Ireland s second City a Soldier on font patrol was shot in the Back in a incident and said to be very seriously the i year old Mother of wounded in a terrorist ambush Friday night col lapsed and died at her Hospital i bedside saturday. Ii or j. A. I j Secretary tse neral wins bottle in . Secretary general Kurt Waldheim won his Batlle o have the general Assembly tackle pro Blem of world wide terrorism. Page 9a. Things Are really tight financially for Middle class families in Chile. Page 8a. If there is a truly world wide problem it is Ihal of child rearing. Page 8b. In cloudiness with highs in the y mid-80s today. Lows tonight in the 60s. Monday p. Will be Cloudy Wilh warm temperatures. I Index arts business gardening Horoscope sports b i y 17bj 1b 9bj i s Sec martial in Leflar

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