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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-b thursday july 9, 1970 Jun amt Teg miss s. C. Contestants outgoing miss South Carolina Brant Lee Corinne Price standing joins contestants in a hand clapping song fest during a break in rehearsals for the miss South Carolina contest at Greenville. At right miss Bishopville Debra Craig Shaw appears impressed As she watches other contestants rehearse for the pageant. First round preliminary judging started wednesday night and the finals Are saturday night. A health service development explored Charleston a an hew official wednesday sounded a warning of future govern ment takeover of local health services in the United states. Gary Hall director of hew regional offices in Atlanta ga., said the comprehensive health planning program is the Only alternative to the predictable failure of socialized Hall addressed More than 100 health planning officials from eight Southern states at a regional meeting o f comprehensive health planning. The program was created by Federal legislation in 1966 and is designed to encourage local health agencies to establish their own priorities. The Federal government cannot make the proper decisions to suit the needs of a particular Section of a particular Hall said. He said the medicare and medicaid programs were pro posed without adequate plan Ning and the Impact has been Hall warned that unless comprehensive health p 1 a n n i n receives the support of the medical profession we will have nothing but increased government control of medical services. And i Don t think govern ment control will give us the Quality we would like in this Hall added. Hall also said the comprehensive health planning pro Gram can aide in the Preven Tion of waste of manpower and facilities. We Are not using our hospitals h e said. There Are hospitals built where they Are not needed and no hospitals in places where they Are needed. We must plan to provide health services at a reasonable the hew official warned that unless state agencies for health planning Don t respond and the alternative May be a Federal Agency not nearly As responsive to the needs of the Jordan Popkin National director of comprehensive health planning said proposed National health insurance will do nothing about of Quality or fragmented health services. This task Popkin said is left to comprehensive health Popkin said the health plan Ning program also can resolve the conflict Between National policy and local the three Day meeting ends Friday. Sex convict arraigned in slaying Anderson a Hugh Lee Vaughn a 33-year-old sex convict was arraigned in Anderson wednesday in the robbery slaying of a 70-year-old Iva storekeeper. The body of mrs. Maude kit Jore was found in her Small grocery store june 26. She had Jeen shot once in the Back of the head. Sheriff Jim Williams said after the arraignment Vaughn made a statement concerning the Kilgore slaying and then re ported that he and a second Man had killed a Man in new Orleans about six weeks ago and that he also had killed a Man in 1965 somewhere in Georgia North Carolina or South Carolina Mountain coun Williams quoted Vaughn s statement As saying i told her mrs. Kilgore to lie Down on floor. She would t so i shot sheriff Williams said he checked with new Orleans police and they reported the body of William Stanley Ingram 50, of new Orleans had been re covered May 14 from a canal near Gretna la. The Case was unsolved. Williams said Vaughn told him he and another Man kid naked a new Orleans Man from his Home drove him outside the City robbed him of a Dia mond ring and some Cash stabbed him to death and threw his body into a canal. Hew squabble Horn s suspects political scheme Columbia chairman of the South Carolina Republican party said wednesday the recent dispute involving South Carolina colleges and the department of health education and welfare appears to be nothing More than a scheme to boost the candidacy of it. Gov. John West is the democratic gubernatorial candidate and is opposed by Republican congressman Albert Watson. During a recent meeting of the commission on higher education West warned against any state supported colleges or universities sub mitting further desegregation plans to hew. West said hew was trying to get its foot in the door of Southern colleges and to establish policies for the institutions. The commission then adopted a Resolution directing All state supported colleges and universities to Confer with the state attorney general before agreeing to any new desegregation policies. Later sen. Strom thur mond r-s.c., said he had the word from a hew official that the Agency had no in Tention of moving in on South Carolina colleges and universities. Harris in a prepared state ment said i find it rather strange that the higher education commission after quietly yielding to hew demands issued while presi Dent Johnson was in office suddenly broke is the gop chairman said the visit of two hew representatives from Atlanta to South Carolina was in formal and was not undertaken by orders of the regional director. He said the whole thing has the appearance of a political concoction dreamed up by it. Gov. West and or. Jam s Morris. They be resorted to distortion and discoloration in an attempt to offset or. West s Public image of going along to get or. Morris is chairman of the higher education com Mission. Harris said or. Morris is a democratic political appointee whose annual salary of is More than any elective officeholder in South Carolina and he is a staunch Backer of West for "1 Harris continued if there Are other political appointees on the payroll of this state Agency and other state agencies for that matter who Are actively supporting or. Darlington briefs fire truck Purchase planned by Rubye Arnold morning news correspondent Darlington the Darlington City Council tuesday night voted to Purchase a new fire Ruck to replace one which was bought 20 years ago. The new truck will Cost the City not including the Chassis which will be purchased later. Mayor Frank Wells told the Council the older truck will continue in service but a new one was needed by the fire department. In other action the Council agreed to a recommendation by the planning com Mission to change zoning of some areas from Basic Industrial to Fri a residential classification. Ronnie skipper and Danny Coker two teenagers appeared before the Council asking for funds to prepare a place for teenagers they Are trying to open on Pearl Street. The boys told Council the teenagers have no decent place to they asked for Wells told the boys that the recreation department s budget for the new fiscal year was More than and it was used for the City youth programs. He said this is a Little out of line for the City to get the request was denied. However the Council members encouraged the boys o seek the help of civic clubs in Darlington for the project. Commission Darlington the Darl Egton c o u n t y commission tuesday voted to continue Aid o the county family planning program for the coming year. Vice chairman Harold King who presided said would Cost about in other action the com Mission received Low bids from the Darlington office Supply and the Southern office Supply in Hartsville for equipment for the health Center including Fil ing cabinets. They also voted to lease land to the Darlington police department youth project in the neighbourhood of Lake Dario for 10 years. The property is about Miles North of Darlington on u. S. 52. They agreed to have dirt hauled to a Road above Hartsville near Prestwood Lake which will Cost several Hundred dollars in Purchase of equip ment. It will however help development of the area in solved the commission sad. Advance layaway event Small Deposit now. Take Home next fall 10% off on any ladies or Chil Drens coat put on layaway limited time choose from brands Puritz youth Craft and others. Lander College enrolment higher for summer session Greenwood Lander College summer school enrol ment is 505, an increase of 24 Over last year. The total includes regular undergraduate students nursing education students supplemental training students and those Tak ing graduate courses in con Junction with the College i general studies of t h University of South Carolina. Twenty six f a c u 11 members receive extra employ ment As a direct result of the summer session. In addition the College dietician two dormitory hostesses and several support Esonne in the areas of food and maintenance receive extra employ ment. A break Down shows that of the Tola registered at the col lege 62 per cent of the students list Home As Greenwood county 37 per cent live out of county but in South Carolina and one per cent Are from out of state. Forty two cent Are male and 58 per cent Are female. This compares with last fall s regular enrol ment of 46 per cent male and 54 per cent female. Lander is actually providing a service for Young men an women who attend other to Leges but whose parents a full time residents of the county. Records show that 87 be cent of those listed Are Regula Lander students and 13 per cent Are transient students most of whom will return to other colleges in the fall. Students give a wide variety of reasons for attending summer classes. Forty nine definitely state they Are at tending to Complete their col lege education in three years a marked trend Over the last several years. Ninety nine students say they Are going to classes simply to get extra in m an y ases those in the latter group re studying subject matter hey would not ordinarily encounter in their regular four year curriculum. They Are thus enriching their educational experience. Not All reasons for attending summer school arc quite so serious. One Young Man put Down a one word reason for spending his summer at Lander another was quite Frank in saying he wanted to keep out of the most of the Young people questioned had solid reasons for spending their summer Stu dying. Self self and i believe an education is Essen tial to Prosper in today s Socie Are three representative views expressed. Ten teachers Are going to ten teachers Ane gods to classes first Section to gain re certification. Thirty four students plan to graduate in August. Various other reasons Given Are to Leani new techniques of teaching to end academic to make up a failed to Ransfer credits to another eol and did t get a Nimer the first term of Lander Ummer school ends july 10 and the second five week term begins july 13. It ends aug. 14. New student registration for the second term will be july 13 from 9 . To 11 . A total of 47 courses were offered first term. Thirty seven courses will be offered second term. Brand Puritz Mone Carlo put it on layaway. Save 7.50 Brand Puritz heathland put it on layaway save 5.50 Belk of Florence downtown and Florence mall shop downtown until 6 p. M. Daily Friday and saturday till 7 p. M. Shop Florence mall till 9 p. M. Daily saturday until 7 p. M. 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