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   Weirton Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1973, Weirton, West Virginia                                The Weirton Daily Times The Acknowledged Leader in Hancock County in Advertising and Circulation munity 46 66 16 PAGES WESTVIRGINIA AUGUST 1973 Weekly 13 Copy By Carrier v REGISTRATION Approximately Btudenta have registered for attendance at Weir Senior High School this will begin classes 4 at Among students who reported yesterday for schedules and ID pictures were Tracy McCaff ery LEFT and Terr George Weekley SEATED school was In charge of the Tracy Is the daughter of and Mrs William McCaffery of 3900 Palisades and a Weir High band Is the daughter of and Leonard Murchland of 225 Circle students who registered yesterday for attendance at Weir School are Richard Castillo of 128 National Robert Davis of 215 Pleasantview Kenneth Judge of 121 Sherry Court and Leslie Ferguson of 28 Hlghview Hospital Society Installs Pusateri Sam assistant administrator of Weirton General was installed as a member of the American College of Hospital Administrators at Convocation Ceremonies held in the Conrad Hilton Hotel in The organization advanced 100 450 members and ad mitted 650 new The professional society is comprised of leading hospital and health care admini strative personnel in the United States and The Convo cation Ceremonies marked the opening of the societys 39th annual traditionally held concurrently with the American Health William chairman of the and president of United Hospitals of presided at the Three Individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the hospital and service fields Weather Patchy ground fog forming late tonight and early morning with lows In the upper Partly cloudy with chance of ahowers High In the low Extended outlook Sunday through Tuesday Generally fair land Overnight lows In the The Air Quality Index is Conditions very Winds are from the tiorthrast at 03 miles hour SAMUEL PUSATERI were presented with honorary Pusateri has been with the Weirton Hospital since He was graduated from Steubenville High School and received the BA degree In business administration from the University of He served with the Navy in the South Pacific during World War He is past president of the Weirton Rotary past state president of the West Virginia Chapter of the American Hospital Associations Financial Manage ment Association and is a member of the Ohio Valley In dustrial Relations which Is a local chapter of the American Society of Personnel He resides at 1252 1st Phase Launched Starts Recalling Troops From Thailand Nixon Aides Deny Leaking Agnew Data SAN UPI President Nixons top what appears to be shaping up as a battle within the executive emphatically deny the White House is smearing Vice President Spiro Agnew by means of news leaks on the Maryland bribery Reports that the White House is secretly funneling antiAgnew information to newsmen are blatantly and absolutely the aides Justice Department sources indicated Thursday that the White which has access to details of the may be the leaking the Agnew But Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler categorically denied that presidential aides were the source of the Staff Keeps Abreast Alexander White House chief of and special counsel Fred Buzhardt are being kept abreast of details of the investigation of allegations that Agnew accepted kickbacks from Maryland con Nixon told a news conference Wednesday that he had ordered Attorney General Elliott Rich ardson to find the source of the leaks and to summarily fire anyone the President called Agnew to relay his concern The President knew long in before he discussed it with that federal prosecutors were conducting the White House of ficials He has said that it would be improper for me to Turn To Nixon Aides Page 2 Thailand UPI The United States announced plans today to pull troops and more than 100 warplanes out of Thailand in the first phase of an American pullout from seven bases across the Thomas chief of the American Military Assistance Command for Thai land worked out the withdrawal agreement earlier in the day in talks with Kriangsak deputy chief of staff of Thailands Supreme A joint issued after the meeting at the Thai Foreign it was agreed that the would take im Kissinger To Curb Secrecy New Secretary Of State To Work With Congress SAN CLEMENTE UPI Henry Kissinger has outlined a domestic policy to follow as secretary of state Less secret more cooperation with development of public support for defense and disarmament and a healing of the scars left by Kissinger said that when his is confirmed the conduct of foreign affairs will become institutionalized and there will be less friction between the State Department and the White House foreign policy staff that he now He will keep his job as chief White House foreign policy adviser and thus head both The Germanborn former Harvard professor held a news conference on the lawn of the Western White House Thursday and solemnly spoke of the great honor he feltjln being nominated by the President to succeed Secretary of State William A Prime Objective As Americas future foreign policy Kissinger said he believed the impact of Watergate can be and added that a prime objective of the administration will be to create a consensus in which the American people and Congress can understand and will support defense programs and disar mament We have had the legacy of a war Vietnam that bitterly divided Americans and that has to be he Kissinger got a head start in winning confirmation by making personal telephone calls to every member of the Senate Foreign Relations He also Turn To Kissinger Page 2 mediate steps for an initial with drawal of military personnel from Thailand and also a reduction of more than 100 The statement made no specific mention of how long the pullout would but said the two sides would meet again in the first week of September to consider further gradual reduction of the level of forces in Hie announcement said the future withdrawals would include tactical and support aircraft but would take into consideration security requirements of Southeast The United States and Thailand had agreed earlier to pull out some of Americas ser vicemen and more than 500 warplanes at Thai bases because of the 15 Cambodian bombing The bases were built by the United States during the at a cost of more than Thailand has the largest concentration of American air power outside the United The kingdoms military govern ment guards a border of miles with Cambodia and separated from China by only a narrow strip of Military sources said the first withdrawals likely would be from an Air Force F4 Phantom base about 100 miles north of and Nam a Marino Phantom and A4 Skyhawk camp 40 miles nor of the Other units which could be withdrawn are stationed at 7th Air Force headquarters at Nakhon known to airmen as NKP and situated near the Mekong River border with Laos about 375 miles nor theast of Americas Southeast Asia fleet of 40 to 50 B52s is located at U 75 miles southeast of Bangkok on the Gulf of Most of the B52 crews at U Tapao are on temporary duty TOY from Strategic Air Command Turn To Starts Page 2 Bank Blast Threatened Gunman Holds 4 Hostages STOCKHOLM UPI A gunman reportedly expelled from the United States earlier this year threatened as a last resort today to blow up a bank where he has held four employes hostage and kept police at bay with a submachine gun for more than 24 The 22yearold Kay Robert was holed up in the bank today with the three women and a man in their as hundreds of police in bulletproof helmets and armed with submachine guns encircled the Clark convicted in a 1966 police slaying and bank robbery who on Hanssons orders was released from prison and brought to the bank said in a telephone interview from within the building today the robber is He has dynamite sticks adapted for a blast and lots of ammunition which he will use as a last Olofsson Olofsson quoted Hansson as saying I dont give a damn what I know him and I know he will President Races Cost Million WASHINGTON UPI Major donations totaling more than million were collected during a ninemonth period of 1972 to finance the campaigns of President Nixon and his Democratic George according to a government The four report released by the General Accounting Office GAO Thursday said that between April 7 and 31 of last President Nixons reelection campaign received million and the McGovern camp collected million in con tributions and Most of the money that came in after the election was pledged by donors prior to the The report listed the names of persons who gave or more to all presidential campaigns after the new federal disclosure law went into effect April Any contributions received before that date were not The GAOs Office of Federal which prepared the said the total amount of money received by all presiden tial candidates was million during the same There was little doubt that the total was a record for any elec tion year in The government auditors said the Nixon campaign received million in gifts and million in loans while McGovern received slightly more than million in donations and another million in The report did not indicate how much of the loans have been While the Nixon and McGovern forces accounted for the lions share of these other 1972 national candidates or contenders for their partys nomination also received pre April 7 funds Hubert D Edmund D Wilbur Henry D George Wallace of Party candidate John all Shirley D Turn To President Page 2 never give Olofsson Olofsson said police told Hansson he was free to leave if he released his but that Hansson Hansson was then offered to leave with two of the hostages and but again Olofsson My job is to negotiate with the robber and to prevent a he I dont want anyone to get The police have not got a The man will never give The best thing to do would have been to let him leave and then deal with him somewhere in the Olofsson I Thursday government j sources said Premier Olof Justice Minister Lennart Geijcr and Communications Minister Sven Norling were negotiating with who earlier in the day demanded and received in ransom paid by the Bank of Police sources said Hansson lived in the United States several years before being expelled for unexplained reasons earlier this Geijer said Hansson was becoming more and more desperate and Slurry Seal Schedule Set The Slurry Seal schedule for the week of 27 was an nounced today by Roger superintendent of the city street The schedule 27 Portion of School Street and all of Lane 28 Complete School Street and Link 29 Lind berg 30 Donell Street and Knights 31 Morgan Ash reported only Lind lxrg Morgan Drive and Barone Drive need to be sealed to complete the Slurry Seal process on Marland Evening High School Classes Planned Registration for the establish ment of a Standard Evening High School conducted under the supervision of the Hancock County Schools was announced today by John director of personnel and vocational and adult Classes will begin in Weir Junior High School on Virginia Classes will be scheduled four evenings weekly on a Monday Wednesday and TuesdayThurs day On Mondays and one subject will be taught from to with the second subject to be taught from to On Tuesdays and two other required subjects will be using the same time The Standard Evening High School is designed for students whose aspirations require formal education for admission to a col lege or or who need special consideration and en couragement In order earn a high school This program will assist adults and graduates to meet certain educational goals during evening It also will be available to the dropout and to the student placed on suspension from regular high school Program Designed Most colleges have published a list of high school courses necessary for The following preparatory program Is designed to meet requirements for most colleges and univer sities Diploma Preparatory Program Grades and 12 four units per school year SUBJECT Units Points English 40 Science Lab 2 20 Social Studies 3 30 Modern Foreign Language 2 20 Math 2 20 Elective 70 Modern foreign language is recommended but not Allowance For Vets Veterans who must complete high school for entry into higher educational training will receive educational assistance al lowances without charge to their basic In ad veterans are also per mitted to Uike refresher courses on deficiency courses to qualify for admission to higher educational The Hancock County Standard Evening High School is an authorized und approved segment of the general extension service offered by the State of West This program enables ull who participate to receive a county high school diploma bused upon a successful completion of the prescribed Dropout Major Problem The dropout in the secon dary schools remains a major problem In the nations unem ployment The un dereducated Is the first to be fired and the last to be Men and women learn very early in their outofschool experience that a high school education is a basic requirement for entry In todays working This is Hancock County Schools recognition of its obligation to provide such service and to offer a second chance to those persons for one reason or left school before Interested adults muy contact the Adult Education Office for further information Registrations for classes will be received at this sume Fee Set All outrofschool youth and adults will be charged u nominal tuition fee of annually for euch subject taken and payable by semesters in the adult office during the first class Semester sections of each class muy be scheduled for a   

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