Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 62
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June 16, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

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Juae 16,1971 Sunday 6'uM»lf4*-.Miif - Fight »* Aeeitienl* Kill 16 During I* air I«WNUY Yeraef«z aaa»al j fctf.^iwrii^i*iwrted.Tfee YEBACR. Mexico * - H»**wedi9su*eigasaad ^fe^^ «««(*** said k- uaifie acritaMs dMnog u* ««U*» fair Laying Pipe The two cranes and barges in the background are laying pipe lines which will connect the banner Hollow pump station with the city's main sanitary sewer lines along Kanawha Boulevard. The pump station will cost about $199,600 and will connect 300 to 400 homes in Fort Hill and Vandalia with the main system. As the boat in the foreground shows, river traffic continues as normal while the work progresses. (Staff Photo by Lewis Raines) SUBPOENAS Ehrlichman Wants Nixon, Kissinger, Haig to Testify To the class of '75 and the Class of '76 Doctors, realtors, mechanics and students all have something in common. It's called EBCE. EBCE. It stands for "Experience-Based Career Education." More than 100 employers and employees in our community are working with it, and for you. To help you find the career you really enjoy. To tell you what it takes to get ready for that career. And to give you another way to complete your high school education. EBCE is operated by the Appalachian Educational Laboratory. Approved by the Kanawha County and West Virginia Boards of Education. And supported by more than TOO community sites. There is no tuition. As an EBCE student, you receive your diploma from your home high school. And you know where to go from there. Why are we telling you all this now? To give you a chance to sign up early. To find out if you qualify, call Rick or Rita at EBCE. By Seymour M. Hersh (C) New York Times Service WASHINGTON - John D, Ehrlichman has subpoenaed President Nixon, Secretary of State Kissinger and Gen. Ale x a n d e r M. Haig Jr.. the White House chief of staff, as d e f e n s e witnesses in the 'plumbers' trial scheduled to begin June 26, well-informed sources said Saturday. The sources said that Ehrlichman's subpoenas were served about 10 days ago on J. Fred^Buzhardt Jr., the White House counsel, who accepted ^them on behalf of the govern- 'rrient officials. * * * NIXON, Kissinger and Haig will be asked to testify in behalf of Ehrlichman, formerly the President's chief domestic adviser, about the. national security concerns inside the White House that led to the formation of the special investigations unit known as the plumbers, the sources said. The Constitution and circuit court ruling in 1807 by Chief Justice John Marshall have made clear that a president can be subpoenaed to testify in a criminal case, although no president has ever done so. In 1807, the chief justice presided over a circuit court in Virginia, a custom in those days. · Reliable sources said that there was no legal reason why Kissinger and Haig would not be required to testify in person at Ehrlichrrian's trial, barring successful- attempts by their lawyers .to quash, the subpoenas. ; \ . . ·v.''···,.;:. If the secretary of ·state does testify, his appearance could provide/ an immediate test of his repeated denials t h a t he had k n o w n of the White House plumbers before their involvement in the 1971 burglary was made public last spring. In an affidavit prepared two months ago, Ehrlichman said that Kissinger had objected to the assignment of David R. Young Jr., then an aide to Kissinger, to the plumbers unit. Ehrlichman said that the dispute had been personally resolved by the President at a high-level staff meeting. The federal trial judge in the plumbers case, Gerhard A. Gesell of the United States District Court here, is reliably reported to be considering the acceptance of written interrogatories from the President, in lieu of his personal appearance in the case. Gesell also could rule that the presidential subpoena was not relevant to Ehrlichman's defense and quash it. In a news conference last March 15. the President was asked whether he would consider testifying in behalf of his former subordinates. He replied: '· "I believe that for the President of the United States to appear fn a court of law, any court of law, for the purpose . of testifying, would be setting 'a precedent that would be most unfortunate,,, "I believe that any informa- , tion that I have has been made ·· available,.;which, could 'affect · the guilt or .innocence of the · individuals involved, and I · think the appearance of the President of .the United States .in any one of these cases would be a precedent which we would regret later." In a news conference three weeks earlier, he said 'that he would be willing "to respond to any interrogatories" that Leon Jaworski, the special prosecutor, might want to submit. * * * IT COULD NOT be learned what specific information would be sought from the President by Ehrlichman and his defense team, headed by William S. Frates of Miami. But one closely involved source, told about the subppoenas described the three officials "as really legitimate witnesses." "I don't think they're trying to pull anything," the source added in a reference to Ehr-, lichman's lawyers. ·-',; Use Want Ads. EBCE 344-8371 Extension 51 · (Outlying areas, call collect.) v*. i i i i H^mt^m^mmmi^mmmmwm*^mmmmmmmm^^m^m^t^m^^m^^--~mm--m--^----*-- LOOK WHAT WILL sq.yd. "" · · great new carpet values It you've waited until now to buy carpet. . . you're either very lucky or very smart. Now at Custom one low price for three superb values in broadloom carpet. 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