The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on October 1, 1974 · Page 7
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 7

Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Tuesday, October 1, 1974
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Arafat successful in new peaceful strategy An AP News Analysis By JOSEPH PAMOSSIAN Associated Press Writer BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Most of the Palestine guerrilla groups are expected to go along with Yasir Arafat's new peaceful strategy despite the opposition of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The Popular Front, a Marxist organization led by George Habash, last Thursday withdrew from the executive council of the Palestine Liberation Organization and repudiated the agreement made by Arafat, the head of the PIXD and of the Al Fatah guerrillas, to work with the Egyptian and Syrian governments for a political settlement with Israel. The Popular Front vowed to continue the "armed struggle" against Israel. Award back in Minnesota CUERO, Tex. (AP) - The Traveling Turkey Trophy of Tumultuous Triumphs returns to Worthington, Minn., after a year in Texas, even though fleet-footed Worthington turkey Paycheck lost the turkey gallop Sunday. Ruby Begonia II, the Texas entry in the second Great Gobbler Gallop, edged Paycheck by two-tenths of a second with a record time of 28.3 seconds over the 100-yard course through the streets of Cuero, a turkey- raising community in southern Texas. However, Paycheck had won the first heat of the race held two weeks ago in Worthington and had a better combined time for the two heats, so took home the four-foot-high trophy. In the first heat of the race, Paycheck dashed 150 yards in 57.3 seconds, while Ruby Begonia II took one minute 56.3 seconds to make the run. Thieu makes appearance SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP) — President Nguyen Van Thieu made his first public appearance in Saigon in two months today amid mounting political dissent and accusations of personal corruption. Thieu opened an exhibition at an education center and spoke for 10 minutes to a crowd of 1,000 students. He made no mention of the charges of corruption against him and his family but is expected to reply to them in a broadcast Tuesday night. Elsewhere in Saigon today, plainclothes policemen roughed up Associated Press photographer Neal Ulevich and Haney Howell of the Columbia Broadcasting System as they tried to photograph a small antigovernment demonstration outside the National Assembly. Howell was kicked in the kidney but recovered quickly. Ulevich was not hurt. Today in history By The Associated Press Today is Tuesday, Oct. 1, the 274th day of 1974. There are 91 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1949, Mao Tse- tung proclaimed the People's Republic of China. This is the 25th anniversary of China's Communist government. On this date — In 1800, Spain ceded Louisiana to France in a secret treaty. In 1890, Congress transferred the Weather Bureau from the Army to the Agriculture Department. In 1910, Japan annexed Korea. In 1928, the Soviet Union inaugurated its first five-year plan to increase farm and industrial production. In 1936, Gen. Francisco Franco was proclaimed the head of the government of Spain. In 1962, the first black at the University of Mississippi, James Meredith, was enrolled after federal troops quelled a 15-hour riot. Ten years ago: The U.S. Navy announced it had located and photographed pieces of the atomic submarine, "Thresher," which had been lost in the Atlantic off New England in April 1963, with 129 men aboard. Five years ago: The Nixon administration cut $215 million from the model cities aid program because of late starts and a budget squeeze. One year ago: Premier Golda Meir of Israel flew to Vienna to confer with Austrian officials about emigrating Soviet Jews passing through Austria. Today's birthdays: Supreme Court Justice William Rchn- quist is 50. Actress Julie Andrews is 39. Pianist Vladimir Horowitz is 70. Thought for today: Victory belongs to the most persevering - Napoleon Bonaparte, 17691821. Two small guerrilla groups, the Iraqi-backed Arab IJber- ation Front and the Popular Front — General Command, approved the PFLP's move and were thought likely to support it at a meeting of the PIXt's executive couijcil in Damascus today. But they indicated they would not quit the council and instead would "work from in- side." The other 11 guerrilla organizations in the PljO are all expected to stick with Arafat. The central council is expected to endorse Arafat's moderate line. Arafat's position was strengthened by the agreement of the U.N. General Assembly to debate the Palestine question as something more than a refugee question for the first time, and by the recognition of the PIX) by Egypt and Syria as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people. The FIX) maintains that this recognition is a "major political victory" that is worth following up at the United Nations and later at the Middle East peace talks in Geneva. However, the PFLP said the P1X> had joined "the two Arab countries on the road toward defeatist solutions" and that participation in the Geneva tnlks would result in capitulation on the Palestine question. It accused the P1XD leadership of going along with U.S. efforts for an Arab-Israeli set- tlement and of holding secret meetings with the United Stales. Thu PIX) replied that the diiirgcs were "based on false information" and invited ihe PFI.P to reconsider its withdrawal. The Arab press unanimously criticized Ihe PFLP's action, calling it untimely. Argentinans murdered BUENOS AI11F.S, Argentina (AP) — A Chilean supporter of the late President Salvador Allende. Gen. Carlos Prats, and his wife were killed by an explosion beneath their automobile police said. 'Hie deaths early today raised the number of persons killed by right-and left-wing terrorists to Fergus Falls (Hit.) Journal Tues., Oct. 1,1974 7 al leasl 27 persons in two weeks. There was no immediate indication of who was responsible for the assassination of the couple, who fled across the Andes to Argentina when conservative military leaders in Chile overthrew Allende a year ago. S C O T T S family center «f T.C. 4 Y. 130 WEST CAVOUR IN FERGUS FALLS COUPON PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY, OCT. 6 WHILE QUANTITIES LAST - MUST BE CUT OUT TO BE VALID ^EfcCOUPON BLEACHES AS IT WASHES OXYDOL Full Power Detergent [ 3-Lb. r 1-Oz. 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