Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 15
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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Sun^y Ch«rl«aton, Gnarled Ravag-es of time go unnoticed by 17-year-old Michael Wayne Parker of Powellton as he engages in his favorite sport at. Kanawha Falls below Gauley Bridge. Exposed tree roots indicate the level of the .. embankment ages ago. (Staff Photo by Leo Chabot) IT COSTS USS AT 103 CAPITOL ST. ·V 15 PIECE - .CANNON DELUXE ENSEMBLE With Purchttit. of $25.00 or Mort occ DAYS SPECIALS CHARGE'EM · EASY TERMS DIAMOND DISCOUNT PRICES GROUP A CHOOSE FROM · TIFFANY · 6, 8, TO DIAMOND SETS REG. $79.00 DOG DAYS PRICE' GROUP B LARGE SELECTION TIFFANY, 6, 8,10 DIAMONDS REGULAR $97.50 DOG DAYS PRICE FREE MAN'S WEDGING RING WITH DIAMOND PURCHASE GROUP C £ 1/ 2 c~ DIAMONDS TIFFANY, 6, 8,10 DIAMONDS Values to $150.00 DOG DAYS PRICE GROUP D 5%'«« . DIAMONDS TIFFANY, 6, 8, 10 DIAMONDS Values to $300 DOG DAYS PRICE FREE MAN'S WEDDING RING WITH DIAMOND PURCHASE Prices Slashed on Watches ·J. 6, LADIES- NECKLACE WATCH.. 17 JEWEL 5, Man's or Ladies'WATCH HALF-DOLLAR DIAL ,, WATCH . * , MAN'S 5 , CALENDAR WATCH ... 1 25 JEWEL. DAY AND DATE AUTOMATIC WATCH 14 DIAMOND LADIES' ELGIN 3 PC. CORNER GROUP 37" DESK AND BOOKCASE $ REG. $60.00 - * ALL 3 FOR ONLY 18%" GRANDFATHER ELECTRIC C/\ CLOCK vU REDUCED Vi "ANTIQUE COOKSTOVE" ELECTRIC · C/V CLOCK $1% REDUCED III FIRSJ TIME EVER OFFERED AT THIS LOW PRICE! ·PTORSStONAl OUUITT MKHANC TOOU -PHOTON (NGMIBtED BY HOUR CRAFTSMEN AMERICAN MADE · C 5 EXTENSION CHROME FLUTED |109 P SOCKET |JW * / WRENCH M5 TOOL SET... NOW ONLY INCLUDING HEAVY GAUGE STEEL TOOL BOX AND TOTE ·? SQ DRIVE REVERSIBLE RATCHET ** SO DRIVE REVERSIBLE R«TI;HET 7 PIECE 4t 50 DRIVE SOCKFT SET SET S C R E W WRENCH SET CHARGE IT! EASY TERMS f^ijjiW/tt '*'·"·« ?! HOW ... THINK OF Alt THE JOBS YOU CAN 00 ... THE MONET YOU'LL SAVE! Hw* Iht once^M-lifetfrn* offwr ywrte been waiflnR *w -at · jjrice VMI never noptd la f.rxi! W* fw* pwipW »n * Ihcie tuwrt) tooti mto * ip*cit id. Yob uve TMiy d.-,:!*^ ftff !.".(! ecrt of wpi"«t*!y purcfaii^ tw'*. *« cf all ywi Ret everything you rte*fl tn do humJrta* flf ;'*S wound irw rvme. fjrn or VIGB. NOTK ifi * bf»*i# \n tackle tiros* t-imi- imprnvt- fnerti--ar.,3 repair* on mitenoMI«, lr.»fs, rtwwwi, »icycJ«, ·ppli»nc«s, plutnb'rtfC met m*i^, n*rry iron. ALL OF THESE TO (US ARC INCtUDCft 2 f»vrfcN* Bstdwli, X' ml 5 Pt Op« M Wr»w* M '.i* «. i: P-.. :^'«« Cfrrw ^1 2 WiBtwii. H* 1*14"*. t Pt r*c* w«J Ot'vt 5*t 7 Ft SwM lit, H* *. ·,,. '.t ^m Sptanr ' ' : 13-PIECC SCREW RrVER SET | 7S5SS t,*g£?-^* y,,, MADE IN I AMERICA] rULLY GUARANTEEO o SECRETS Suit Ex-CIAMan May Give New Censor Tool By Robert C. Toth Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON-A little-no ticed government suit agains an ex-CIA man is under way and could have far greater Impact" that the Pentagon papers trial in Los Angeles. A U.S. District Court in Alex andria, Va., has enjoined Victor L Marchetti, 42, now a writer from violating the unique pledge of secrecy in his CIA contract Dt granted the government un precedented "prior restraint' via civil process on his writings on intelligence subjects. If" the government's view is upheld through appeal courts, authorities will have a potent new weapon for curbing security leaks. The White House has Mowed lie case closely and given consideration to inserting the same CIA secrecy provision into all government employment con- racts if the suit is sustained. This would probably inhibit ress contacts with officials who would become more vulnerable government legal action. Much less proof is needed 'to how'a breach of contract in civil court than the "heavy .bur- len" required of the government in criminal cases, like Daniel Ellsberg's, where intent o harm the national interest, as veil as actual harm to those; nterests, must be proved. ON THE OTHER hand, if the courts uphold all of Marchetti's arguments, as presented by the American Civil Liberties Union, the CIA contract's secrecy agreement could be declared unenforceable and much more intelligence information woulc become public from former CIA employes. This, aside from making _ living, is Marchetti's declarec aim. He wants to open the agency up to greater congressional and public scrutiny and to force the reform of what he calls its 'clandestine-oriented" attitudes and practices. "This excessive secrecy, the sanctity of the cult of intelligence, is just so much crap," Marchetti said in an interview in his comfortable suburban home. He alleged enormous waste and inadequate congressional control over the CIA's $700 million annual budget and the operations of its 17,000 em- ployes. The CIA refuses to discuss the case. Marchetti's experience dates back to the early 1950's when he served in Europe as an Army intelligence officer. He later was graduated from Pennsylvania State University in Soviet studies in 1955%nd recruited by the CIA out of the classroom. He signed two secrecy agreements then. One pledged not to disclose the initial interview The second was signed when he began work and was a condition for employment. In it he -fores- wore claim to any intelligence information (or collection, han dling and analysis of it) learnei while in the agency and pledgee "never" to reveal such informa tion unless authorized in writing by the CIA chief. By all accounts Marchetti did well in the agency and lefi under no cloud. He first trainet for clandestine work but turned to analysis of Soviet military affairs. He rose to become executive assistant to the deputy director of the time, Adm. Rufus Taylor. A year after'Taylor retired, Marchetti resigned his $25.000 a year post. WHEN HE QUIT in 1969, he igned a third secrecy agreement which in effect repeated his earlier pledge not to disclose without advance authorization any intelligence information obtained while employed. To maintain the same standard of living for his wife and ;hree children, Marchetti turned ;p writing spy novels and nonfic- ion on intelligence subjects. He elt he could bring a "certain realism" to these matters which vould increase its market value. From his recitation of the facts, Marchetti was soon m-, live about the watchfulness ,,. the agency over his literary attempts. He first wrote a novel, "The Rope Dancers," which the agency asked to read in its Initial stages. Marchetti promised to submit only in finished form. When completed, a CIA man called and asked to take it to the agency for Xeroxing and study. Marchetti refused, allow- ing it to be read only in bis of house. No objections were mad* to its content, he said. 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