Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 5
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

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SA-July 30, l972_^ Sundav Cvn+MM -Oiirlirtqn, Wnt Vlrtkita Two Newspaper Carriers Targets of Harassment Two Daily Mail carrier.* have been harassed this weekend, police said Eleven-year-old Jack Bailes was robbed of his papers as he delivered them Friday. Nineteen-year-old John Burgess, was threatened physically Saturday, police said. The Bailes youth said two boys stopped him Friday and made him surrender the Daily Mails that he was delivering. After threatening him with bodily harm. Burgess said he was delivering papers on the West Side Saturday when he was accosted by two men, one of whom threw him up against a wall and ~t -BUUIOI a threatened to hit him. . A witness at the 5:30 p.m incident got the license number of the car which the two men were in. Police said they are now looking for its owner. Police said the assailants in both incidents might be the same men. Eight per cent of the value of He U. S. gross national product is now spent on education, a larger percentage of national mcome than formerly. Bremer Trial in Wallace Shooting Due Monday ARTHUR A. MARSHALL JR. Bremer Prosecutor By David GoeUer UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (JH --Arthur Herman Bremer, moody young man who clai insanity as his defense, goes on trial Monday on state charges iirising from the attempted assassination of Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace. The 2 1 - y e a r - o l d defendant from Milwaukee is accused of assault with intent to murder Wallace and three other persons, wounded in a volley of .38-caliber bullets May 15 at a political rally at a Laurel, Md., shopping center. Other counts accuse the former busboy and school janitor of assault with intent to maim, assault and battery and two violations of Maryland's hand faces federal gun control law. Bremer also [try m . --w-- »w*rv.MT ivwt ai claim char i« i of shooting Wallace and Secret Service bodyguard Nicholas Zarvos but the trial in U.S. District Court in Baltimore has been indefinitely postponed. ARTHUR A. MARSHALL JR.. the Prince George* County state's attorney who will prosecute the Maryland case, said convicton on all 17 counts could result in a maximum sentence of 123 years. The state charges involve the wounding of Wallace, Zarvos, Capt. E. C. Dothard of the Alabama State Police, and Dora Thompson of Hyattsville, Md., who was a volunteer in Wal- lace's successful campaign to capture the Maryland primary May 16. Marshall estimated that the trial in the county Circuit Court will take a week or less, including selection of jurors who will hear the case under the direction of Judge Ralph W. Powers. The state's attorney has subpoenaed more than 40 prospective witnesses. Many of them were present when gunfire left Wallace partially paralyzed and hampered his quest for the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination. The Alabama governor will not be among the witnesses. With the defense expected to concede shopping center events, the trial will probably, Bremer has bean boused in focus on psychiatric testimony the concerning Bremer's mental thePrince Georges County Jail near the courtroom since his Country Bans Killing Dogs for Pelts, Meat or Officials meat acted commercially after a South African businessman said he was going to raise dogs and slaughter them for their pelts. condition at the time of the sta y at Clifton T. Perkins State shooting Hospital for the routine psychi- *' atric examination ordered after he pleaded innocent by reason of insanity. Little is known about what the defense has done regarding evidence to support its plea. 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