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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia TEN Raleigh Prepares To Bare MMeui Crisis Cited School Plan For Approval BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1973 'Don't Discuss Polities' (Continued From Page 1) Taylor said. "That's the schedule for the immediate he added. Availability of state aid under the 1972 amendment is proving a potent incentive to counties to vote local bond issues to pro- vide additional money for their construction programs, Taylor said Wednesday. "I have never seen anything like it. I doubt if there has ever been a reversal of local reac- tion to bond issues similar to what we are experiencing in West he said. He noted that from the start of the 1969-70 school year to the time the 1972 legislature voted to put the building amendment on the statewide ballot, 18 school bond issues were voted on in West Virginia counties and only two passed. Since the legislative action to submit the amendment to the voters, nine school bond issues have been attempted in county elections have passed with the requirec approval margins of 60 per cent or more. "In nearly every instance, there wer.e overwhelming mar- gins at the polls where only a short time ago there had ben dismal Taylor said. He said a Fayette County school bond issue failed about three years ago on a 45-per- cent vote for approval, but Fa- yette voters approved a million issue this year by about 76 per cent. Mineral County's was parallel, failure o' -nd issue on a 45-per-cent i 1969 and approval of an issue this year by 78 per cent. Noting the 80-per-cent ap- proval in Raleigh County Tues- day, Taylor said, "To pass a bond issue at 80 per cent is ab- solutely astounding." He said, "I just think that we're on our way to a complete overhaul of our school facil- ties, the like of which I've nev- ;r seen before and as far as I know it's not going on any- where else in the country. Nixon Talk Reset Tonight Rebozo Is Going Steady (Continued From Page 1) Watergate prosecutor, said Nix- on gave him instructions by let- ter and in a personal conversa- tion Saturday night. Bork quoted Nixon as saying, "I un- derstand that you are devoted to the principles of law and I want you to carry out these Grant Approved WASHINGTON (AP) The Appalachian Regional Commis- sion Wednesday approved a grant of for second-year funding of the West Virginia Vlaternal and Child Health Demonstration Project. The program, now serving Braxton, Clay, Nicholas, Green- brier and Webster counties, provides comprehensive health services for children through the age of six. The new grant will also serve to extend the program into Cal- houn, Gilmer and Pocahontas counties to serve more than 000 youngsters. prosecutions fully." Bork said he does not feel he is bound by Nixon's order to me former special Watergate prosecutor to stop trying to ob- tain White House tapes and records. "I am ready to follow any procedure, by agreement or otherwise, to get the evidence he said. "If we have to use judicial processes no proce- dure is ruled out." The White House announced Nixon's speech cancellation less than two hours after the Presi- dent returned here from a night at the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md. It was re- ported Nixon had gone there to compose a speech keynoted by a plea for national unity. But Wednesday morning Dep- uty White House Press Secre- tary Gerald L. Warren said Nixon's time at Camp David had been consumed completely by Middle East developments and Nixon had thus opted in- stead for the Thursday BISCAYNE, Fla. up aooui me broadcast news Jane Lucke, contribution he received] scheduled for 9 p.m. EDT Charles G. billionaire Howard the East Room of the steady date for and kept for three 10 years, says they Meanwhile, Speaker Carl Albert said the preliminary politics and usually spend their evenings close to the committee have said it is studying inquiry on impeachment of or playing an banks records in an on will proceed. Albert said to trace the money. The inquiry was unaffected by is not my House has said Rebozo on's ecision Tuesday to Mrs. Lucke, 38. "Bebe the from a ply with a court order to don't discuss attorney "as a potential over nine White House the contribution" but recordings and assorted mother of two it wasn't used and was re- ments which may yield she believes to Hughes last spring. dence for a Watergate testify before the friend is smart and he committee and do anything illegal or Hospitals Cancel Steel Workers Pact (Continued From Page 1) 14310, said Wednesday night he does not understand how the union's contract with Appala- chian Regional Hospitals Inc. could be null and void. Wright, saying he believed the steelworkers union still rep- resents workers at the ARH fa- cility here, ordered the mem- bers back to work. He said they should comply with a prelimi- nary injunction against picket- ing handed down earlier in the day by Intermediate Court Judge Kermit Locke. Wright said the workers' grievance should be handled through local channels. The employes have been affil- iated with the same union since 1963, when Appalachian Region- al Hospitals, Inc. acquired nine of the system's 10 hospitals from the United Mine Workers of America. Mrs. Lucke said. She doubted Rebozo would tes- Mrs. Lucke works as a legal secretary for Thomas Wakefield, Rebozo's attorney and an officer of the Key Bis- cayne Bank and Trust Co. which Rebozo heads. She says Rebozo, 61, visits her a couple of times a week at the home she shares with her mother in Key Biscayne, a short distance from the Florida White House. Their "idiot card game" is Spite and Malice, in which the stakes can go as high as a night, Mrs. Lucke says. Some- times she and her mother give Rebozo piano lessons because "it helps him relax." Mrs. Lucke, twice divorced, says she will not marry again until her sons are grown and on their own. Asked if she would then marry Rebozo, she said: "Who knows if he'll be alive? Or if I'll be alive? I don't plan ahead." 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