Clipped From The Evening News
FRIDAY, MAY 11,1973 VOL. 73, No. 104 Perron named assistant Appointment of an assistant chief, plus a promotion and hiring of a new patrolman for Pentagon case more involved LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Pentagon papers trial moves into new legal entanglements today following disclosures that Daniel Ellsberg was overheard by federal wiretappers whose records have vanished. The FBI revealed the government government researcher was heard on a wiretap up to two years before before he released the Pentagon papers to the news media. U.S. District Court Judge Matt Byrne, demanding that the government answer to him today about the disappearance of 1969 and 1970 wiretap logs, the Soo Police Department were announced this morning by Chief of Police Keith Ewing. New assistant chief is Ernest J. Perron, a member of the department for the past 20 years, who was promoted from desk sergeant. Francis O. O'Brien has been promoted to desk sergeant and newly assigned to the force is Grant Harris of the Sault, who started his duties as a patrolman last Monday. number of promotions within the ranks to be announced by Ewing, who started his role as chief of .the department last Monday. Ewing said that -within a few days new appointments and promotions will be made to fill vacancies caused by resssignments in the force. Perron, 44, joined the Sault police department in 1953 as a patrolman. He has worked in the detective division and in 1967 was appointed sergeant. O'Brien, 48, has been a member of the department since These were the first of a 1954 and at the time of his PERRON promotion Avas a juvenile officer in the detective division. Harris, 23, recently completed basic police training school at Northern Michigan University and prior to that had been a constable in DeTour.