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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a wednesday August Florence morning news Wofe Raate information supports Inouye doubts press writer1 Washington Daniel k. Inouye said tuesday the Senate watergate in Omillee has received information that my doubts whether tapes of presidential conversations could be used As evidence at a trial. The Hawaii Democrat in a conversation with said the panel received a letter two weeks ago from one of ii. R. Haldeman s lawyers giving further details about the former presidential aide s handling of certain of the tapes. The letter from attorney prank Mal Deninn now recalls contrary to his testimony at the watergate hearings that he received one of the presidential tapes from White House aide Steve Bull who dropped it off at the Home of another aide 1-Awrcnce m. Higby. While on his Way Home from work july 10. Ili by still is at he while House. Haldeman had said in his testimony before the committee on july 30 and 31 that he received the tape from the secret service through Bull apparently at the executive office building and took in Homo overnight. Under close questioning from Inouye. He said he received several other tapes the next Day. Look i Horn Home hut did t listen to them and returned All of the tapes along with a White House tape recorder two Days after receiving the first tape. Haldeman said he listened Only to the first recording an account on sept. 15. 1972. Between the president. Haldeman and then White House counsel John w. Dean Iii. Dean testified earlier that he came away from that meeting with the conviction thai Nixon was aware of the watergate cover up. Stickler s letter gave a similar account of the event As re lated by Haldeman at the hearing but raised new questions about whether Higby had any connection with the tapes or whether they were returned directly to Bull. Inouye said he has no reason to Rio nil tie veracity of or. Haldeman and no evidence that i he tapes were Doc the watergate c o m m i i i e e member said when one considers the importance of this in raises a lot of doubt. These tapes were supposed to to of extraordinary importance their existence was known to Only a few people they were handled by a special group of secret service agents. Now we find they were handed Over no somebody else s House left in a Closel for in hours and drooped off Al the executive office building for someone t j Jack them Inouye said that the handling of the would be of extreme importance to a judge deciding whether i hey could be used As evidence in a court. A defense attorney would be drilling holes through All of Inonu Esaid. Mew i iuiu9 first District wide meet William m. Summer Johnny a Rotan or. I Darlington William m. Summer. 64, died at his Home monday night. Funeral services will be con ducted at 10 . Wednesday Al Belk King funeral Home by the Rev. Roberl Money. Burial at 3 . Will be conducted by the Rev. Henry Mccollough in the Rosemont cemetery in Newberry. Pallbearers will be Paige Hite. . Mccauley. Weldon Crossby Guerry wallers. Carl Evans. . Boyette. . P car be and Richard Bailey. Or. Summer was born in Newberry county a son of the late George i. And Nancy Caroline Mayes summer. He was a member of the Newberry lutheran Church of the redeemer and until his retirement was associated with the Thomas and Howard co. For 40 years. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Sara s. Summer a son William Richard summer of Aiken a daughter mrs. Caroline l Illa Vansise of Blackburn. A two Brothers. George Leland Sun. Mer or. Of Newberry and James Elbert summer of Saluda and four grandchildren. Mrs. Hattie carter1 Kingstree mrs. Hattie sue tarte Carter. Of Herbert h. Carter died monday in Williamsburg county memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be con ducted at ii . Thursday in it. Vernon methodist Church by the Rev. D. Lamar Gamble and the Rev. . Dunn. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Williamsburg funeral Home. Mrs. Carter was born in. Williamsburg county a daughter of the late Willie c. And Lucy Odom tarte. She attended Williamsburg county schools and was a member of it. Vernon methodist Church. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Jimmy Ruhlin of Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs. Clarence Phillips of Casper. Wyo. And mrs. David Martinez of Harrisburg Penn. Five sons. Herbert Carterjr. William s. Carter. George k. Carter half Rod h Carter and Douglas m. Carter All of Kingstree a i step daughter. Mrs. James cur tis of Atlanta. A. A step son. Clarence l. Carter of Myrtle Beach two Brothers and a Sisler. Funeral services for Johnny Riley Rolan or. Will be conducted at i . Wednesday by the Rev. Norwood Gibson in the free will Baptist Bible Church. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. Directed by Waters funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Jimmy Blackmon. Gilbert Benjamin. Wayne Jones. Tony a. Allen finicky Crosby and James tur Ner. Honor bearers will be w. J. Blackmon and Eugene Ben Jamon. Or. Rotan. Died monday from received in an Auto motorcycle Accident. Samuel d. Addison Samuel p. Addison. Husband of mrs. Genevieve s. Addison died in a local Hospital tuesday after a Short illness. Or. Addison was owner and operator of Addison s cleaners on Street. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Smith s funeral service. Miss Maizie Cooper miss Cooper of it. I. Florence died tuesday in a Durham. . Hospital Afler a Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Snail a funeral service. To hum just Hangin around Gary a Sumatran orangutan assumes a relaxed pose As he watches crowds of noisy Popcorn eating balloon clutching visitors pass by his compound at the san Francisco zoo. While a younger orangutan scampered around in the hot Sun Gary Over 18 years old and much Wiser rested pensively in the Cool Shade. A county House delegates Post Campaign expenses school teachers of Florence District one were told tuesday of several improvements they will find in their schools when classes begin thursday and were challenged to commit themselves to the asks ahead. Or. W. Bruce Crowley. District superintendent addressed a District wide meeting of teachers tuesday morning for the first time since becoming their chief administrator july 1. Crowley stressed the District s new personnel evaluation program to upgrade teacher performance and plan Ned self studies for Al Elemen tary and Junior High schools to gain accreditation. In every walk of life there Are changes taking place which require adjustment upgrading and retraining to meet the demands of modern Crowley said. Education in Florence school District one is no except said. The superintendent pointed out Hal citizens in District one have a tremendous invest ment in their schools and arc a tilled to approximately 45.5 per cent of the District s local population is either employed by the District is a student in it or is Loo Young to Allynd Crowley noted. The school system of which you arc a part has a total annual payroll of some ski million in its Olal budget of said. District one owns approximately 550 acres of land and has local properly valued at More than he added. "1 give you these statistics to say to you hat lire taxpayers have every right to hold us accountable for positive said Crowley. Crowley cited several changes in the District intended . Buddy Ellis and David w. Keller jr., candidates in the aug. 21 special election to fill the vacancy on the Florence county House delegation together spent close to on the Campaign. The special election was held to fill the i expired term of rep David w. Harwell who resigned his Seal on the Delegal Ion when he was elected judge of the 12th judicial Cir Cuil. Affidavits filed in the office of clerk of court James c. Gregg show Ellis spent in the Campaign. Campaign expenses for Keller amounted to Bui this does not include his expenses for the democratic parly primary and Runoff elections. The state election Law requires Hal every candidate in a primary special or general election file a pledge with the clerk of the Conral in the county in which he Isa candidate. The pledge slates the candidate will not give Money or intoxicating liquors for the purpose of obtaining or influencing votes at the conclusion of us Campaign and before the election each candidate must also file a statement with the clerk of to title itemizing All expenses and monies paid fit by him during the Campaign. Immediately after the elec Tion candidates arc required to file another itemized Slatem enl which under oath. Shows All further Campaign expenses incurred since the previous affidavit was filed. An affidavit filed by Keller shows he spent nothing on the Campaign Afler his pre election expense Slatem enl was filed on aug. 20. Ellis has not filed an affidavit showing his Campaign expenses after his aug. 20 affidavit was filed. Hut a 1959 . Supreme court decision v. Thornton i held that he provision of the election code with the Lime of filing state meals of expenditures Are direct Leonary rather than mandatory. Ellis said he thou Ihl the condition of Leader improves after shooting Winner . Api american Indian movement Leader Clyde Melle Couil was Laken off the critical list tues Day. The Man accused of shoot ing him fellow official Carter Camp was arraigned on an assault charge. Bellecourt. X. Minneapolis was shot in the Abdomen Mon Day on the Rosebud Indian reservation in Southwest South a Kola. Camp. 30. Of Ponca City. _ okla. Was apprehended Lale monday near Valentine neb. Bellecourt s brother. Vernon. Said Clyde was conscious for Brief periods during the night and was reported in Salis fac tory condition tuesday. The wounded Leader was in surgery for almost four hours monday at Winner Baptist Hospital. He was visited by Medicine Man during the night and really said other . Deaths mrs. Pearlie Al Knon Alvah. Sellers Olar James m. Magill jr., Green Ville John a i Larlor Appleton mrs. Margaret j. Mills Cam Den Clifton 0. Mccormack Ridgeland Hubert . Green Wood mrs. Clara f. Howard Cheraw John a. Howell jr., St. George mrs. Pearl m. Sanders Union Lio Herl r. Ubanks Union Samuel h. Karr. Lockhart mrs. Rulh Temple Len sum Ter Donald , Slimmer mrs. Pearl Kightlinger. Columbia mrs. Lames l. Baggy to jr., Columbia Charles Green Columbia More than Register at fac More than 1.900 students have registered for fall classes Al Francis Marion College Afler standing in tines to pay fees make class schedules and buy books monday and tuesday. Approximately 1.625 undergraduate students now Avail the beginning of fac classes thursday. And 300 students in fac s Coop Eralic graduate program with the University of South Carolina enrolled tuesday. Lale Regis ration will be conducted Friday and next Mon Day through thursday and the office of admissions will be open All Day this wednesday and thursday to assist students who have not completed the admissions procedure. All Lale registration will be conducted in Stokes administration building from 0 . To noon and from 2 to 4 . Friday. Next week s late registration schedule will be ii . To 1 . Monday 3 to 6 . Tuesday i to 3 . And4to5p.m.sepl.6. The daily schedules have been Sel Al different hours to accommodate St Uriens. Etc registration fee is s l5. There is also a s2 fee for adding or dropping courses during Isle registration. Vernon 43, of Denver. Camp appeared before . Magistrate James Wilson Al rapid City. S a. On a charge of assault Willi a deadly weapon. Bond was Sel at and a preliminary hearing scheduled next tuesday. Camp the newly elected president of . Remained in custody at rapid City. Two other men sought on As Sault charges in the shooting remained at Large. They were Camp s brother Craig. 27. And Leroy casados.-33, Alliance there were unarmed Indian guards at doorways to the hos Pital and windows of Belle court s room. Another Leader Al win Ner. Russell Means claimed inc shooting was part of a government led conspiracy in tended to split the leadership of the militant Indian rights organisation. Means said Bellecourt believed Camp was living paid by the government to report on a civil is of other Indian leaders. Association offers three programs this week is the last Opportunity to obtain membership in the Florence Community concert association. This year the association s three programs will be pianist Peter Nero appearing in a Trio Longs Ruth and Escosia duo harpists and Stephanie Chase 16-year-old child Prodigy violinist. Persons interested in joining the series May mail payment to mrs. Thorn Anderson. P. 0. Box 325, Florence. Adults for students. The performance dates will to oct. 30. Feb. 13, and apr. Ii 1974, Al 8 . In West Florence High school auditorium. To produce those to Silye a new assistant superin Len Dent Joe Bonds will devote most of his time to improving instruction. Public kindergarten classes Are available this year in All areas of the District. Music instruction will again be offered to elementary school children and other music programs will be expanded under new District music coordinator belly Ann Darby. More programs Are available this year for handicapped children. District one will be one of 14 districts in the state participating in a Pilot program dealing with drug and alcohol abuse. A 16-student driving simulator will enable More pupils to Lake Drivers education. Bui the most important ingredient which we carry into the classroom this fall is the right said Crowley. If we have already deter mined that some students can not learn we Are truly incapable of teaching them Bill to the contrary if to arc deter mined that each person can learn we will find ways and materials it possible for him to he explained. The teacher will always be the major Factor in determining Success or failure of students. School improvement demands committed dedicated teachers i Challenge you to fully Corn Mil yourselves to the tasks before George s. Jordan chairman of the local school Board also addressed the hundreds of Florence teachers tuesday in West Florence High school auditorium. It takes a Good teacher to Leach someone to learn but it takes a great teacher to inspire someone to Jordan said. I have thai a Community is the reflection of it s educational system. Having had the Opportunity to visit Wilh our teachers. I am convinced our Community has a great Jordan said. During the remainder of tuesday morning and afternoon the teachers attended group and workshops. In service training will continue wednesday with teachers in their various schools for staff and scheduling meetings. Posl election Seal Cinell o expenses applied Only to ii successful candidate in an elec Tion. The form supplied to him by county Republican party officials indicates that the second expense statement is to be filed by the successful candidate he said. Florence county Republican party chairman m. Slack Burn confirmed that forms used by the Republican party specify that the successful candidate must file a Post election expense statement. District one names new staff members More than w new teachers and administrators have joined the educational staff of Florence school Dis Ricl one for the 1973-7j school year. New As Well As old teachers will Welcome Hack District students from summer vacation on thursday the first Day of classes. The new teachers and i hair schools arc mrs pal Alexan Der. Music mrs. Carolyn i. Ash Savannah Grove mrs. Frances . Tans Bay mrs. Barbara s. Beasley. Liar lace mrs. Shirley .11. Baird Wisl Florence miss Arland Bonlon secondary music mrs. T. Dawn Humphries. Holmes mrs. Debbie s. Bran Stiler. Wilson mrs. Brenda p. Black. West Florence Teresa c. Anderson housing projects and mrs. San dra h. Cross. Greenwood. Other new teachers a re Scot i Crosby. Area vocational Cen ice mrs. Grace Davis. South Side mrs. Debra f. Dubose. Holmes mrs. Dorothy Fleck. Wilson mrs. Nancy g. Forney. Wallace Gregg Charles Fleck. Soul Side Homer Hanberry Wilson Clyde Harrelson jr., West Florence mrs. Anila Hayes. Greenwood mrs. Sylvia 1 Lorton Marshall. West Florence Luther Hunter. West Florence and mrs. Linda g. Huggins. Delmae Heights. New faculty also include miss Debra k. Hobbs. Soul Side mrs. Kathryn Jackson. Bon Naire mrs. Margaret a Jenkins. Carver miss Octta m. Club competes in contest members of the Florence boys club will compete Foi si.000 in Cash prizes and Foi National re cognition for their Community service work according to Edward j. Mclver. Executive director. Mclver said the club in enter ils gel out the vote project in the annual parents Magazine youth group awards Competition As Well As in National roys clubs of America Competition. Hotline 662-2575 hours Are 7 h . Monday through thursday and from 4 p. M. Friday until 7 . Monday a conc. Savannah Grove Thomas Johnson. Wilson mrs Ida s. King. Mcclenaghan mrs. Lane. Greenwood mrs. Joyce t. Leach. Salasia m. Leary Savannah Grove Stephen scary Hall cd Rebecca s. Laird. Wilson mrs. Frinchie t. Moser Hall cd mrs. Patricia a. Smith. Green Wood and Mary y. Motle North Visla. More new teachers Are miss Cynthia y. Murray District psychologist mrs. Virgina e. Orander Delmae miss Patricia a. Of i in Mcclenaghan miss Virginia Pike Savannah Grove mrs. Adele r. Parker Timrod is. Margie Pearson. Greenwood mrs. Dorothy c. Pc Scott. Briggs John s. Reeves or. Williams mrs. Katherine ii. Reynolds Wilson mrs. Sharon s. Ray. Mcclenaghan mrs. Donna Stone. Savannah Grove mrs. Larosa s. Samuel West Florence and mrs. Mary l. Sanders. Mcclenaghan. Of her new teachers Are is. Frances c. Scales. Greenwood Jeffery Wilson mrs. Janel Taylor. Holmes mrs. Gail j. Von Frank. Briggs miss cil Warren. Southside mrs Christine p. Weatherford. Tan Ebay miss Betty s. Wells Royall mrs. Norma r. While Len. West Florence mrs. Bon Nie g. Walford Harllee mrs. Frances t. Wesl. Royall mrs. Melissa t. Garvin North Visla mrs. B. Mccracken. North Visla and mrs. Eleanor Hur . Other new faculty Are mrs. Cheryl Robertson North Vista mrs. Cynthia King Berry i Aynor miss Susan Grimsley. North Vista miss Frances s. Padgett. Bonnaire and tans Bay miss Valerie Harper speech therapist mrs. Margaret Gasper. Moore mrs. Carolyn m. Thomas Poynor mrs. Karen a Fogle. North Visla mrs. Patricia , area vocational Center mrs. Marianne t. Judd kindergartens and mrs. Harriet g. Ben die. Carver. The rest of the new teachers arc mrs. Nicole Moose Mcclenaghan mrs. Janice k. Arnold. Moore mrs. Audrey c. Reno. Moore mrs. 4udy a. Col tone Southside mrs. Margarel s. Hall Mckenzie miss Ulricia a Williams speech therapist and mrs. Elizabeth army hospitals in Europe said to be hazardous Washington api army hospitals in Europe Are so old and in such bad shape that they Are a Hazard to health the Pentagon s chief medical officer said tuesday. Or. Richard s. Wilbur said he was concerned principally about major hospitals in Ger Many built during or before the Hiller Era. The taken Over by americans at the endow world War ii. Wilbur said he endorsed a re port from . Army medical officials who declared Many american medical facilities in Germany Are woefully sub Standard and not. Conducive to Good Wilbur said army medical officials in Europe have proposed spending s8g million for improvements to medical facilities Over the next five years. They seek Complete replace Mcnol of hospitals Al Nuremberg and Stuttgart. Germany and Camp Darby. Leghorn. Italy. Major renovations arc plan Ned for hospitals in Frank furl. Lan Stuhl Augsburg and Germany. He said there arc some operating rooms Condi lining Many buildings Wilh ancient electrical wiring and others with insufficient water pressure. Al a Pentagon news Confer Cnoc. Wilbur displayed a piece of four Inch pipe from one hos Pital in Germany. Except for one tiny pipe was filled Wilh Mineral deposits. Wil Sjur said it was typical of plumbing in army hospitals in Germany. He said much of the Money which might gone to up Grade Hospital buildings during the 1960s and Early years of this decade a Cal instead to support the fighting in Indochina. Wilbur said More recently the defense department has begun speeding up ils Hospital reconstruction there arc some members of Congress who arc reluctant to build new medical facilities while the Chance exists thai Many of the . Troops now in Europe will be brought Home. Meanwhile. Wilbur said Mili tary men and their dependents in Germany arc receiving less than adequate medical care be cause of antiquated Hospital buildings. He emphasized Hal doctors nurses and medical corpsmen in the hospitals work hard to overcome the inadequacies. Florence student receives degree is. Nora i daughter of mrs. . Brown of Florence has received her masters degree in education at the University of South Carolina. This fall she will assume a new position As of programs for the handicapped in the Timmonsville school District. Last year she was Community. Adjustment teacher Al the midlands Conler for retarded children. The israeli parliament is called the Knesset. Tobacco was first grown on the North american continent. Bow Mam

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