Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 24
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 24

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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4B--Aug. 13, 1972 »Suiwfay GtaetteMail -ChirMvn. Wilt Vlrflnli California Probes Apparent Kidnap VISALIA. Calif.--Mt-Tuiar County authorities said Saturday they were investigating the apparent kidnaping of the 33- year-old son of a prominent San Joaquin Valley farmer. Tulare County Sheriff Bob Wiley said John R. Kazanjian failed to return home for dinner Tuesday night, and his wife, Linda, received a cryptic letter in the mail the next day saying, "We have your husband, we will contact you as to what we want later." Wiley said there had been no further communications concerning the disappearance. "WE HANDLED* it as a kid- naping," Wiley told an early morning news conference. "I have no reason to believe at this point that he just disappeared. We have evidence to indicate that he was kidnaped," Wiley said referring to the note. The Associated Press and other news media learned of the investigation Wednesday afternoon and agreed to withhold publicity so the investigation could continue without endangering Kazanjian's life. The sheriff held a background briefing late Wednesday to bring newsmen up to date on the investigation. Wiley said 20 FBI agents went to work on the case after the hand-written note was received by Mrs. Kazanjian. Wiley said the missing man's pickup truck was discovered Tuesday night in a vineyard near Exeter. His wallet, containing identification and several credit cards but no money, was on the front seat. The sheriff said a set of foot prints led about 150 feet into the vineyard from the truck, but then were lost in the undergrowth. He indicated the prints were Kazanjian's. · » WILEY SAID the day before the disappearance a man answering Kazanjian's description had purchased an inexpensive suit case at Exeter, about 15 miles southeast of Visalia. He said investigators were "not definitely sure that it was him that bought it." The sheriff said investigators also had been unable to substantiate rumors that the missing man may have disappeared because of gambling debts. Irish Protestant March Marks Ancient Victory LONDONDERRY, Northern Ireland (jf -- Militant Protestants defied their leaders Saturday and marched through Lon- derry in memory of a victory over Roman Catholics nearly 300 years ago. An overwhelming display of British military force prevented a conflict between the feuding religious communities. British troops and Ulster police, backed by armored cars and water cannon, seized the Craigavon Bridge across the Foyle River, erected concrete barricades and confined the march of the Apprentice Boys of Deny to the Protestant Waterside District. It was the first march by the bowler-hatted Apprentice Boys in honor of "the glorious twelfth" since the one three years ago that began the violent sectarian rioting and brought British troops into conflict with guerrillas of the Irish Republican Army. Since then at least 504 persons, civilians, guerrillas and men of the security forces, have lost their live* in the convulsions of violence that have swept the British province for three years. But Northern Ireland enjoyed one of Us calmest days in weeks up to nightfall. Two soldiers and a civilian were slightly injured in a predawn fight between a guerrilla sniper and an army patrol in Belfast. Police estimated about 4,000 Apprentice Boys marched behind 50 bands around the Waterside District although the executive committee of the order had canceled the demonstration because of stringent security regulations imposed by the British administrator, William Whitelaw. The march was banned from its traditional route across the Craigavon Bridge to the Catholic Bogside and Creggan Dis- :ricts on the west side of the Foyle and from inside the wails of the old city. The parades commemorate he victory of the Protestants, jesieged within Deny, over the 'orces of James II of England in 1689. Hundreds of troops in full riot gear guarded the bridge Saturday and searched everyone crossing. Individual groups of Protestants were allowed over during the morning to attend a religious ceremony on the west jank in the cathedral church of St. Columbo. After the parade, the Rev. Ian aisley, Protestant leader, ex- lorted Ulster royalists "to unite f the battle is to be won." New Books at Library Among the titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Fiction--Delibes, Smoke on the Ground; Lafferty, Okla Han- nali; Reida, Fault Lines; Wylie, The End of the Dream. Nonfiction--Arendt. Crises of the Republic; Arouson, Queen Victoria and the Bonapartes; Bernard, Heart Attack: You Don't Have to Die; Birmingham, The Late John Marauand; Bhaennan, No Particular Place to Go; Butcher, Many Lives-One Love; Chase, The Biological Imperatives: Health, Politics and tucky: A pictorial History; Diaches, Robert Burnes and His World; Fay, Hoax, Planner, Paris Was Yesterday; Fraser, The Steel Bonnets; Gies, Franklin D. Roosevelt: Portriat of a President; Haedrich, Coco Chanel: Her Life, Her Secrets; King, The Death of the Army; Loren, In the Kitchen Love; McDowell, The American Cowboy in Marion, Miller, How to Live With a Heart Attack; Muller, I, Pig; Nierenberg, How to Read a Person Like a Book; Pollack, Dr. Sam: An American Tragedy; Rublowsky, Black Music in America; Santucci, Meeting Jesus: Snyder, Great Turning Points in History; Terrill, BOO,000,000: The Real China; Williams, The Life and Times of Elizabeth I. Reference--Besterman, Biological Sciences; Biographical Directory of the United States Executive Branch, 1774-1971; Complete Bicycle Book; Con- Human Survival; Coleman, K e n - g r e s s i o n a l Quarterly, Inc., China and U. S. Foreign Policy: Jackson, Only One Earth; Jane's World Mining: Who Owns Whom; Jansen, Anthology of Danish Literature; K l e t t e r , Criminal Evidence for Police; Kriegel, Edmund Wilson; Smith, Technical Libraries; Thompson, Their Organization. OTHERS ORNIN6S ONEY 15 PEOPLE NEEDED IF you have 4 hours a day to spare... Like talking on the phone.. .Need extra cash...-CALL US. Hourly WageiPLUS Bonus Plan. CAU. MR. DOUGLAS 348-5123 JOHN Didn't KAZANJIAN Come Home War Waged Against 'Porno' T-Shirts state's attorney asking what could be done about the shirts. "I think it's time somebody stood up," he said later. , The Washington Post OCEAN CITY, Md.-F Harry Kelley, anxious to r deem the social values of tat beach town, has declared u- remitting war against pom- graphic T-shirts. 'Get this smut out of here.' lie instructed his city solicitr and police chief at a city com- cil meeting. 'I would have them arrestd for selling this dirty, rotten 11- erature. . ."Kelley said win passion. "I can't even tell yu what's on some of these shirts!' Solicitor Dale Cathell satfl there was a question of whethtl the Supreme Court'would coni- der the shirts obscene, to whifcl a councilman objected, "Bit Ists were too rude to them. [we've never been to the Su^ Court We , ve never go o Snow Hill," the county seat. NONETHELESS.* Cathell and .he police chief visited the 15 or so offending shops and asked be owners to voluntarily remove the offending apparel rom their shelves. Most of them have refused, Celley acknowledged. Women Traffic Cops Fust Don't Work Out PRETORIA, South Africa-UP) The city tried using women ·affic p o l i c e but reassigned to desk jobs because motor- "But I'm not going to kt up," he promised. "I'll get them any way I can get them. Maybe we can do some legal maneuvering. Maybe we won't get them this year, but we'll get them next year," by refusing to renew the merchants' licenses. "I would lock them up. I would lock them up, but my solicitor won't let me," he said with a laugh. Cathell said: "You have two pigs fornicating, with the saying, 'Makin' Bacon.' You have! two ducks fornicating, with the saying, 'Fly United.' Is that obscene? I don't know. "What if a father's walking I with his boy and the boy says, 'Daddy, what are those pigs doing?' What does a father say I 1 to a 9-year-old boy? "If you hud a society of nothing but adults," Cathell said, "it would just be sickeningly amusing." Down on the boardwalk, store clerks said it was mainly middle-aged men who bought the filthy shirts. Kids usually buy shirts glor'fving motorcycles and dope and peace, the ysaid. Mayor Kelley wrote to the F/VIVS ug. Sale U NOW COMING AUGUST 17th HOW WILL YOU SPEND YOUR NEXT TWO YEARS? The Carnegie Commission on Higher Education Recommends. "That a degree be made availabli fo students at least every two years in their careers. "Undertrfs policy, students would k. e 9 ' ven . more P 0 ' 11 * 5 at which to ndlsess their direction, stop out for work experience, or stop vHh credit. "It would be a terminal degree for (a) those comfleling certain occupational MORRIS requirements and (b) those completing their general educational requirements, and as an intermediate degree for those who plan to continue with academic study either directly or after a stop out. "This degree should be given full credit by employers in hiring and by institutions of higher education in accepting transfers." January, 1971 IN MEETING ITS OBLIGATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY Designed to provide training for laboratory assistants and other.technicians whose work requires a college background in chemistry, mathematics and physics. HARVEY COLLEGE SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Designed to provide a high level of proficiency in the secretarial field, with emphasis on the necessary skills and communicative arts. ARTS Designed to provide a foundation of learning, understanding and human values-from which the student may draw for specialized education. NOW OFFERS ASSOCIATE DEGREES STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Designed to provide training for technical assistants and others whose work requires a col- leg* background in mathematics and physics. FIELDS BUSINESS Designed to provide the basic skills and understanding of business processes necessary for vocational competence in the field. NURSING Designed to provide coordinated clinical instruction and practical experience of patients at hospitals and other health facilities in the Charleston area. SCIENCE Designed to provide sufficient knowledge of .science, or a phase of it, for vocational or professional use or as a basis for further study. IF YOU'RE LOOKIfG FOR MORE, THERE ARE 23 FOUR-YEAR PROGRAMS BACHELOROF ARTS: · ART · ECONOMICS · EDUCATION · ENGLISH · FRENCH OR SPANISI · GEOGRAPHY · HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION · HISTORY · HUMANITIES · MUSIC · POLITICAL SCIENCE · PSYCHOLOGY · RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY · SOCIAL SCIENCE · SOCIOLOGY · SPEECH BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: · BIOLOGY · BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION · CHEMISTRY · MATHEMATICS · MUSIC EDUCATION. · NATURAL SCIENCE · PHYSICS CONSIDER YOUR FUTURE... REGISTRATION AUGUST 24 5:30 F.M..S:30 P.M. AUGUST25... 9:OOA.M.-4:OOP.M. AUGUST 26... .....9iOOA.M.-12NOOII AUGUST28../ ClASSESIECIN FOR MORE INFORMATION DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS WDITC* MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE ft HI IE. CHARLESTON, W.VA. 253 25304 4* A l l CALL? 346-9471 Extension: 211 T

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