Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 6
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Reporters Deplores Break-In Furor NEWS-HERAU), pM^Ctty,8««fry, JiiiJI, Wit Pige7A TWO AND THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES AND SINGLE STORY ONE BEDROOM VILLAS FROM 5% DOWN UNTIL CLOSING *2t .114 PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE FINANCING AVAILABLE Come out to HORIZON SOUTH and see the beautiful furnished models and the new completely equipped club house, tennis and shuffle board courts. All amenities are here for the beautiful life. QDCflL?@[SD!5]/i\TJD(o )Da PUS&i LOS ANGELES (UPI) "This Is not the time for the press to declare open season on Richard Nixon..." That's not presidential press secretary Ronald Ziegler speaking, but Carl Bernstein, one of two Washington Post reporters who broke the Watergate story. He and partner Bob Woodward were in Los Angeles to promote their new book on the scandal, "All the President's Men," and to issue a warning to the press. "We feel this is not time for the press to declare open season on Richard Nixon or his aides," said Bernstein. "This is not the time for a witch hunt," he added. "There is a tendency in-the media toward self-congratulating about Watergate and the role of the press in exposing It. If there was ever a time to be careful, it is now when the stakes are the highest." Bernstein and Woodward, reporters for the Washington Post, are wary of becoming news figures themselves. Their book is on most best-seller lists and has been sold to movie producers. But the reporters intend to stay on their story. "We still don't know all there is to know about Watergate," Bernstein said. "I understand why people are a little tired of hearing about It, but what happened in this case Is something we have to know. And we can't let It go until we do know... "We have a basic understanding of Watergate and all lt- represents," he said. "But we still don't know everything. It's still not definitely clear why there was a break-in at the Watergate. There is a lot more to be learned If that central fact could be established." Woodward disagreed. "I don't think there, ever was a central strategy. This was just domestic espionage." Prior to Watergate, Bernstein and Woodward had little experience covering national' politics. But both had been police reporters, a position in which street savvy —or knowing who to believe —is an Important asset. "John Mitchell once said, 'Watch what we do, not what we, say,'" Bernstein said. "We tried to watch what was done. Unfortunately, the Washington press is very accustomed to doing the opposite." ri Save now fi during our r fHITiL 1974 /6tAAU>! WHILE THEY LASTI ALL STEREOS AND TV'S MUST GO AT GREAT SAVINGS TO YOU! (5) HORIZON SOUTH • P.O. BOX 9480 • PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLA. 92401 • 234-6663 NAME '. Chase Ends With Suicide ADDRESS ZIP. I AM INTERESTED IN: II BUYING I RENTING Horizi HORIZON SOUTH • P.O. BOX 9480 PANAMA CITY BEACH. FLORIDA 32401 904/234-6663 ON US 98 • '/» MILE WEST OF 79 • OR ON BACK BEACH RD. 30-A "The unique Residential-Resort community on the Gulf" TAMPA, (UPI) - A 23-year-old man shot and killed himself as police closed in on him on Interstate 75 north of Tampa recently and three young women in the car were taken into custody and charged with bank robbery, the FBI announced. Nick F. Staines, special agent in charge of the Tampa office of the FBI, said Bruce Lee Ward was pronounced dead at the scene by a passing doctor. Ward died of a single shot in the chest. The FBI charged Freida Ann Terry, 18, and two female Juveniles who were not identified, with bank robberv. The FBI had no address for Ward but said the three females were from Illinois. Courtesy Sure its old fashioned. And with the strains and tensions of working in the big pressure cooker of modern business life, who has time tor antiquated amenities? Employees who are winners do, that's who! They know that courtesy counts in creating an environment that encourages customers to come back. They know that repeat customers are the foundation of any successful business. They know too that successful businesses can pay employees more than unsuccessful businesses can. And higher pay scales mean more prosperity for all of Bay County. That's just one reason why the Bay County Chamber of Commerce has organized "Operation Courtesy" a series of seminars we're staging to point up to employees who meet the public the importance of being courteous. Sure, courtesy is old fashioned. Soare smiles and friendliness and hospitality eind caring about people. And one of the best things about these good old-fashioned qualities is that they're contagious. At the Bay County Chamber 01 Commerce we're trying to start an epidemic. You t an help by letting the courtesy bug bite you. Be especially nice to someone today. You'll find it easier to be nice again tomorrow. You'll discover for yourself that courtesy really is a winner — and that you are too! BAY COUNTY CHAMBER of COMMERCE AT FIRST FEDERAL YIELDS WHEN COMPOUNDED If Savings Certificates are for you ... If you can put dollars in and leave them until maturity before taking them put, then you will reap the benefits of greater interest. Heavy penalties result from withdrawals from Savjngs Certificates before maturity. Come in and let us explain our savings plans to you. HRST FEDERAL SAVIN8S & LOAN 144 Harrison Ave. • 1545 Llscnby.Av*. • 2621 E. Hyvyi 98 •'. 630 Ohio Av«. Lynn Hav«n

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