Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 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 30, 1972
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ISA--July 30, 1972 * Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch«rl»»ten. W«rt Vlrtinla---- BOWS OUT Student Member of Regents Out of College, Quits Post By Rosalie Earle Miles Cary preferred to phrase his resignation from the West Virginia Board of Regents as "bowing out." "Its not actually a resignation. It's that I'm out of college now and it's time for someone else to come in," said the June graduate of West Virginia State College where he served as president of the student body this year. Cary was appointed in March by Gov. Moore to serve as the student member on the Board of Regents. Until Cary's appoint' ment, the student seat had been vacant for about eight months. Although he said he has not talked with Dr. Prince Woodard, board chancellor, Cary said he had informed Woodard's administrative assistant of his decision to leave the board. "I wish every student had a chance to sit on and see how it the Regents works, how we're governed," he commented. "The gentlemen (the Regents) really impressed 1 me. They're really interested in the type of education we have in this state and I'm not just saying this to be saying it." * * * WHEN ASKED about the strained Regents-students relationship in the past, Cary said, "It was mainly due to the fact that there was no student on the board for eight months. If there is a communication gap now, it's because we as students don't use the channels that are set up." Concerning the proposal submitted by the West Virginia Student Public Interest Research Group (WV-SPPJG), which the Regents recently rejected, Cary said he was definitely in favor of WV-SPIRG. "The basic hangup with WV- SPIRG was the funding, that was tough to swallow, but the ideas and principals were beautiful." This summer Gary has "been working in Washington, D. C., as an Army lieutenant with the Judge Advocate's Excess Leave Program, which is a corps of , lawyers. He said he was one of 1 13 persons in the country selected to participate in the pro. gram. And following his hitch at the Pentagon, Cary will attend law school at North Carolina Central University in Durham. "I "had hoped to go to West Virginia University because I wanted to stay in the state and help my home people, but I was denied admittance," said Cary. He said he kept looking for another law school and North Carolina recognized "my potential." * * * BUT CARY emphasized that he was going to return to West Virginia and most likely enter politics. He was an unsuccessful Republican candidate for the House of Delegates last May. His defeat wasn't because of his youthfulness or his race, he said, but rather that was a full-time student he could not campaign enough. Cary said he thought more young, Black students would be joining the Republican party because "there's more of a chance for them.. .The D e m o c r a t s don't need us." He said there was a feeling that all blacks British Move Tanks, Ships To N. Ireland BELFAST^)--The B r i t i s h moved bulldozer tanks and two navy assault ships to Northern Ireland on Saturday in massive preparations to smash guerrilla strongholds. The extra support for 21,000 troops standing by to strike the Irish Republican Army followed a warning from William Whitelaw, the British administrator, that all Roman Catholic and Protestant barricades m u s t come down. Whitelaw's statement in a television broadcast had the ring of an ultimatum to the Catholic-oriented IRA and its Protestant rival, the Ulster Defense Association, that he will tolerate no more defiance of his rule. The warning and the build up underscored the feeling that an army assault on the guerrilla bastions was imminent. Whitelaw said in his Friday night telecast: "I hope people will take the barricades down themselves, but if they do not, the security forces will have to do it to stop the killing and maiming of innocent women and children." The IRA's diehard Provisional wing in its Londonderry stronghold reacted to Whitelaw's warning with a terse "come and get us." The hardline UDA also refused to take down its barricades now, saying it would only do so! when the army moved into thei IRA's Free Deny citadel. Buti the UDA wavered by allowing I troops to tear down six barricades in the staunchly Protestant Shankill zone of Belfast early Saturday. Miles Cary Bowing Out should be' Democrats, but now that blacks are better educated they can see there is a future in both parties. In addtion, he pointed out that the Democrats in Kanawha County had never elected a black to the House of Delegates. His interest in the party originated when he attended a Republican government leadership camp. While in high school there he met many of the leaders in the party. Millionaire's Kidnaped Wife Returned MINNEAPOLIS, Virginia Piper, a Minn. millionaire's wife kidnaped in broad daylight Thursday, was found chained to a tree unharmed Saturday more than 12 hours after her husband paid a $1 million ransom in $20 bills. ; She is tired, but otherwise :here are no injuries," ?aid C. Morgan Aldrich Jr., a family spokesman told newsmen after he 49-year-old socialite was returned to her country mansion n suburban Orono. Aldrich said Harry C. Piper Jr., the woman's husband, per- sonally delivered $1 million in ransom money about 11:25 p.m. Friday. He said the Piper family was contacted by the kidnapers about 9:30 p.m. Friday and that Piper "personally followed detailed instructions in delivering the ransom." He said Piper refused to say where he left the money-. John Morrison, brother-ia-law of the kidnaped woman, told newsmen later that Mrs. Piper and her husband had a "tearful reunion." "She was found in a wildler- ness area chained to a tree," M o r r i s o n said. "She was Piper had a few minor braises chained to a tree off and on for j two days and nights." He said he could not reveal where she bad been kept hostage, and he refused to answer questions about the abductors. "Mrs. Piper is fine," he said. "She is perfectly healthy, but she is very tired. Her doctor did look her over briefly and said she is in fine shape. "She was kept in a wilderness aiea two nights, a heavily wooded area," Morrison said. "She was not mistreated other than being confined." He said Mrs. sh . SD * WflS M o r r i s o n said. "She went through this ordeal in remarkably good fashion." He said Piper "had been under terrible strain." An FBI spokesman in Minneapolis had said Mrs. Piper, 49, was found chained to a tree in a sola near Duluth shortly after noon Saturday. The FBI said the investigation was continuing. It said an anonymous phone call to a third party provided information that allowed authorities to locate the woman. The FBI said it had not been able to question Mrs. Piper, and it refused to give further details. Aldrich, speaking to newsmen, said any questions concerning the case would have to be an- wooded area of northern Minne-'swered by the FBI. Fire Hits Italian Freighter, 4 Hurt MESSINA, Sicily-tfi-Fir« swept an Italian freighter Saturday night off the coast of Sicily, seriously injuring four of the 12 crew members. Officials said the crew of the Francesca Montanair was rescued by the British freighter Horizon* The fire started in tht engine room and quickly spread across the ship, they said. WHY SUFFER THROUGH THIS HOT, MUGGY WEATHER! BUY NOW! Sale on Oasis Dehumidifiers Soak up moisture like a sponge with Oasis Dehumidifiers, Give basements and other enclosed areas protection against mildew, rust and corrosiqn caused by dampness-prevent musty odors. · 5 YR. 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