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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOur 47th year no. 276 the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. A saturday morning october 3, 1970 daily Loc sunday is or. Smith inaugurated As first fac president by Tori English Jit. Morning news City editor Waller Douglas Smith was inaugurated Friday As the first president of Francis Marion College. After h c a r i n g greetings receiving a Challenge from gov. Robert Mcnair and in vested with the responsibility of leadership for the new col lege. Or. Smith accepted the presidency with a pledge to this great task i pledge the Best efforts the Wisest decisions the strongest leadership and the m o s t devoted service of which i am witnessing the colourful and history making event on the veranda of Stokes Hall Mars Bluff Campus about seven Miles East of Florence were More than 500 visitors and special guests. Or. Smith noting that the first door swung open on the new four year College on july 1 when it became officially the first such institution to be created in South Carolina this Century outlined a future of Promise and of he told the audience that the College would strive t b educate men and women who will become Happy human beings men and women whose values Are not to have much not to use much but to be the president said fac will offer students t h i s Opportunity to select from a reasonably wide array of maj or programs to know their professors and fellow students not Only As names but As persons to participate fully in student government student organizations and recreational programs to profit from the individual attention that counselling services in a smaller College can offer to be enriched when qualified by honors programs and to experience any innovative approach showing significant Promise in higher apparently referring to the unrest on Many College campuses. Or. Smith said it is hard to believe that educational institutions can survive As communities committed to the life of the mind if they take Active partisan roles. The history of politicized col Leges and universities holds Little Promise. The College must involve Man Only in his intellectual roles and. It is not to be damned for taking no direct action in rectifying All the imperfections of however or. Smith said he would support students in the study of any topic or Issue which society should scrutinize and i ask you to support them yet at the same time i shall urge those who feel the commitment to move from an intellectual to a political role to do so outside the Structure of the speaking of the new College which actually opened sept. 4 with an enrolment of 907, As a great d r. Smith called on f a c u 11 y students government and the Public to help build what lie earlier referred Loas a Model in his inaugural address the 52-year-old president noted the dedication of those who helped establish the univer sity of South Carolina at Flor ence 13 years earlier. Me compared their dedication to Usuf and fac with Gen. Francis Marion who Rode with his Small band of Volun Teers across the very acres on which we now build a col lege honouring his memory to fight for a new or. Smith referred to a comment made a few months ago by a student at Usuf he envisioned a significant beginning a step into a future full of Promise through a door marked unmistakably with in the investiture. Com missioner of higher education or. Lames a. Morris charged that or. Smith should employ a competent and devoted faculty and staff create an efficient organization. Buhl functional Beautiful and econ Omic buildings h provide a cohesive Campus recruit Stu dents of appropriate Talent and motivation. Provide the leadership the imagination the discipline the understanding and the ability to make All of the parts into a unified whole a Center of academic Excel Lence for the people in serves. Or. Morris told the College s first president thai you have an impossible Job for a mortal Man. But an educator with your talents. Or. Smith aided by hard work and a great Deal of Luck will Rise la the occasion. The Challenge is in your gov. I Nair told the audience that or. Smith s acceptance of the presidency is also an acceptance in i share of the greater commitment of All of ii to equip each citizen of our state with the highest level of education he can at the governor who flew in from Columbia to attend the morning ceremony and then to the state s capital told or. Smith that his task ahead re Mains a Large one primarily because it will never be finished Only a dynamic Educa Sec Smith. I age aircraft crash leaves 31 dead Falcons jackets Wichita football trounce Grid foes players perish academic processional precedes inauguration of first Francis Marion College or or. James Morris commissioner of higher education gov. Mcnair president Smith 1970 voting rights Law upheld by Federal court Washington a a Federal court Friday upheld Hie constitutionality of inc 1970 voting rights Law in eluding a provision lowering the voting age from 21 to is. Vatore qualifications1 and thus there is i ban on All voting tests no limit on Congress to lower Janci devices in Stales not Origi the voting age by statute. Finally covered by the 1965-voting the suit was brought by new right Law in sch applied main of detention was followed hit by second jail riot Southside Falcons rolled Over St. Johns 41-8, and the Mcclenaghan jackets walloped Mullins 35-12, in football action Friday night. See Page 7. According to moslem go Mal Adbel Nasser had to answer of two Angeli after his death. See Page 5. Louisiana officials tire checking fruit stands to get rid of sour Citrus from other states. See Page 3. Index churches classified Comici deaths editorials markets sports 5 10 13 2 4 9 7 Silver plume Colo. A a plane carrying some members of the Wichita state University loot Ball team athletic staff and team boosters crashed Friday in rugged Mountain country near the Continental Divide. Thirty one persons including 14 football players believed eleven persons nine of them rep. And mrs. Hay King and York residents Frederick j. R jr., Benton Cole Sal Lodico George c. A to the South. Of state Resi the judges Licud that denying Smith and Raymond Meredith Dency requirements in presiden the is year oids the would who claimed enforcement of the Ual a sections. Constitute an invidious Disu in i voting rights if Alion in violation of the equal would dilute their votes. J a triggering provision Protection requirements of Thoj upheld by the panel were which controls when the ban on huh amendment. The court acted in a brought by five new yorkers against ally. Gen. John n.1 Mitchell and the new York City Board of elections. The decision upheld Amend meals adopted by Congress this year to the voting rights Law including bans on literacy tests and certain state residency requirements for voting in presidential elections. The suit said lowering the Vot ing age to is was not by any provision of the Constitution and therefore violated the if Ali amendment which re served to the Stales All Powers not specifically Given the Feder Al government. The three judges said on the voting question is inc congressional Delerm Nalion i hat denying the right to vote to otherwise qualified citizens be tween the Ages of 18 and 21 constitutes an invidious discrimination in violation of the equal Protection clause utterly lacking in rational surely Elliis is As or. Justice Frankfurter observed in another i these contested provisions of the .11970 Law literacy tests applies to the states. List Sharp Rise in joblessness Washington a p All other Federal statistical unemployment jumped close Toj surveys a seven year High in september Mccracken and Goldstein said acid millions of workers suffered a Sharp Cut in working hours and pay the government reported Friday. The gloomy report tile latest before the nov. 3 elections stirred democratic and organized labor attacks o n president Nixon s economic policies and a White House to minimize inc bad attempt news. The report said unemployment Rose from 5.1 to 5.5 per cent of the nation s work Force a total of 4.3 million jobless americans and that 45 million rank and Filc Many youths the biggest category in the jobless Rise were listed As u n e m p 1 o y c d ajl Hough they probably quit looking for work and returned to school within a few Days after the government Survey. The jobless total was up about but figured As a Rise on a seasonally adjusted basis because in normally drops sharply in september. New York a a riot of prisoners in the Queens House Fri Day by another in the tombs prison in Manhattan where 18 hostages were reported taken during an uprising of More than 200 inmates. The roman Catholic chaplain at the tombs the Rev. Law rence Gibney. Said the tombs hostages included 11 corrections officers to guard captains and five civilians and added. The situation is extremely serious and dangerous. 1 Hope and Pray that no one gets mean while More than 300 rioting inmates in Queens re fused to release five hostages of their own All their de weather partly Cloudy through sunday with no important change in temperatures. High in mid 80s, Low in upper 50s. Details Page 3. Plane trouble by s wife cancels her trip to rally football players a Pilot and the team Trainer were known to have survived. The Colorado state patrol said it formed there were 42 persons aboard including a Crew of four when the twin engine plane crashed and burned. Wichita banker John grooms and his wife the survivors were taken by ambulance and army helicopter to hospitals in Denver about 55 Miles East of where the plane went Down near the Eastern base of 11.992-foot Loveland pass a main route across Continental Divide. Most of the players aboard the plane thai went Down were i first stringers. Clark Ahlberg president in of the University said in Wichita Kan., the survivors included John Taylor Sherman Tex Dave Lewis. Duncan. Okla. Glenn Kostal. Chicago John Hoheisel Garden Plain Kan. Handy Jackson. Atlanta Hob homier Garden Tex. Plain a second plane carrying 23 other players and the rest of the j staff and boosters landed safely Kan. Mike Bruce. Sherman Tex. And Kidi Stephens. An Dover Kan., All members of the learn. St. Anthony s Hospital in Den ver identified another player As Frank Morrison of Hawkins Tex. Lutheran Hospital in Den ver said other survivors were Onald skipper 34 Oklahoma City a Copilot and president of Golden Eagle aviation and Tom Reeves a Wichita stale in Logan. Utah where Wichita Trainer. Their conditions ranged Washington api mrs. Tiring for mrs. By to arrive a state was o play on from fair to critical mostly Nguyen Cao by wife of the Washington in time for the ral a saturday. The game was can mands were met. One of them was thai a state supreme court Justice come to the jail and hold bail reduction hearings. No More said Victor Martinez a spokesman for the Queens prisoners. We want action. Unless thai judge appears Here you never see those pig hostages vice Percsi to address rally Here but cancelled the trip when the South vietnamese Dent had planned saturday s Victory the delay to the aircraft Ouw. Meant that mrs. By would have planet along her from Paris to j missed the last scheduled flight new York developed engine from new York to Washington trouble and returned to France. I Friday night. The Rev. Carl Mcl Tirc. Presi Dent of the International Council of Christian churches which is ice led. Assistant coach Chuck ram sey informed those aboard the second plane of the crash at the Logan Airport. Sedatives were administered to Many players Muthe chief sponsor of the March 1 All bounced earlier Friday Al their hotel and they planned an airline source reported j to go to later. That she was already feeling fatigued when the aircraft re meanwhile. Kenneth mrs. By would replace her husband As the principal speak-1 Jer and deliver the address gender i had planned to give. Turned to Paris. Even after Mcintire s head All happened so fast 1 did t really think about it until we got said Glenn a 20-year-old linebacker this is a sad tragic Day in the history of Wichita state uni said Ahlburg who kept a Telephone line open to St. Anthony s Hospital to keep track of condition reports. Others aboard the plane and unaccounted for included these players Handy Kiesaw. Clin ton okla. Don Christian. Dun Jean okla. Ron Johnson Kan City to. Carl Krueger Chicago. Inc pal speak or. A spokes South Vietnam Csc announced mrs. By j no can inn survived the crash. Her husband As Slother said her Sonj Jack a Cutler. Mcpherson called her soon after the crash j Kan. Steve Moore Derby Uili Ito Ai hip in Pinsl said mom i m alive. Las Kan. Marvin Brown. Solomon White prison i at me Wuenst the to peace talk officials said he knew a . Arc Kan. Tom Owen Temple Ter end j race Fla. John Duren Oklahoma City. Rick Stines Kansas Mike Bruce. 21, of to. Detention House predicted that a spokesman by said of no for an immediate de see . Jails. I age 2 it would have been difficult and parture. President cheered in Madrid i Tex., another survivor Franco endorses Nixon peace moves workers lost 84 cents a week in Selling one of those rare in stances where to state the ques lion is in effect to answer pay because of a 36-Mmute Cul in the average work week. The decision was rendered by i court of appeals judges David j it s essentially a statistical l. Ballon and George e. Mac i insisted Nixon s Kip Noii and . District judge chief economic adviser or. Paul Bryant. Mccracken. He said there ii inc 18-year-old vote Issue Are no plans to change Nixon s the judges resolved two constr economic game plan because to Illonal provisions in conflict. Of the report. While the first Section of the 14th amendment guarantees citizens equal Protection of the Law the second pro Viding for representation in con a voting age of the judges the second Section has no limiting effect i the general language of Sec Tion one with respect to voting Mccracken and assistant commissioner Goldstein of the Bureau of labor statistics said the fact that the Job Survey was done in the week that included labor Day probably the a employ hours of work distorted both Mcnol. And tic figures. Bulg cd Bureau rules set inc Date of Ihn jobs Survey As Wal Madrid a outpouring of spaniards Nixon was cheered by an Nixon on the third Stop mated one million spaniards on his arrival in Madrid Friday and received Gen. His european tour was the largest crowd he has seen on his travels abroad the president Franco s endorsement of peace efforts in the Spanish government spokes the president and his estimated that up to Vuk million thronged1 the streets of got another enthusiastic Broad ave mind capital As Tion by thousands of persons with the 77-year-old ing the streets when they standing by his Side. To Franco s Royal Palace for and smiled from the to state in a Toast Al the dinner was a very cd filing time said the Welcome made me realize thai the United a very exciting Nixon Chi Husid. It was the has Many friends in crowd 1 have Ever talks with Franco he established a new for increased cooperation a talk later. Nixon and tween the two Franco agreed thai plane took a dip or some Nance of the Middle East cease Ance of the shaky cease fire in lining thing the plane in in ten said i from his Hospital bed in Den a Mal Kimmel St. Genevieve ver everyone was looking Shedden Oklahoma the mountains. We kept Iene Robinson Dayton closer and closer. We were Joying ourselves laughing. The 23. A construe fire is a Basic condition in the j the Middle East is necessary for search for peace in that is establishment of peace torn area a Spanish spokesman i taking into account the interests to lion worker at the Tunnel site said he and other workers saw plane come Over Low saw Lof the Lalk was at Franco s Resi Dence just outside Madrid. In said. The spokesman said the two chiefs of state made a detailed analysis on Mediterranean prob lems and what actions could Nixon and Franco were coveted be taken to convert in into an i or area of formats that for a he told a news conference the two leaders also had decided during their talk at t Ards Palace on an a change of visits by ministers of the two govern ments in order to lighten eco nomic links Between Spain and the United Stales. The spokesman said Nixon and Franco agreed that con Xiu other aides. Franco is said to be fairly proficient in English. Nixon and Franco agreed the spokesman said that relations Between the United Stales and Spain arc closer than Ever be a communist Appeal for dam Onsol rations against Nixon s one Day visit went unheeded Jone engine smoking and then sheriff Harold Brumbaugh of j heard a series of explosions. Clear Creek county said Ihei i plane crashed in Timber just j . I a heavily travelled Winter route to Colorado ski country lie said the plane burned in the dry Gulch Creek area about eight Miles West of this old min ing town. U. S. Air Force plane missing , Formosa api a. Four engine . Air Force it was near the Loveland a " a Sporl plane with 43 Passen sin ski area and the cons Rui isel s and crewmen aboard was lion site for the straight Creek Tunnel. Among bios a Lor were the Mil accounted head football coach Hen Wilson and his wife athletic director a. C. Bert Kate Meyer and apparently under pressure of j wife associated athletic direr rigid police precautions. Tor Lloyd Farmer Kansas stale reported missing about 20 Miles South of Taipei Friday evening a spokesman reported. All the passengers aboard the ci30 transport plane Are . Air i Force personnel the air Force spokesman said but there was no information on where they lire Slali once. I

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