REPUBLICANS: Connolly: Restless and Ready

Almost a year after a federal jury acquitted him on charges of accepting a $10,000 bribe to help raise milk price supports, John Bowden Connolly Jr. is about to step back into public life: President Ford plans to return him to the ten-member Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. For a man who was Richard Nixon's Treasury Secretary, Lyndon Johnson's close adviser, John Kennedy's Navy Secretary, and three-term Governor of Texas, it is another start. The board is to be given larger responsibilities in overseeing the Government's battered intelligence agencies. TIME National Political...