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August 10, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 10

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ItA -- August 10*1975 SMI Moore Received Illegal '72 Donation, Records Reveal From Page One ment. he issued a news statement through his press aide in Charleston, Norman Yost. The statement said: "I have been advised of and acknowledged the political support given to me by Ashland Oil Co. in my gubernatorial campaigns. "My first knowledge of this support came to me several weeks ago. when I received the letter advising that a financial examination of the company had determined that certain donations made to m\- political campaign, as well as to the political campaigns of others, had actually come from company funds. "I was further advised in that letter that there was no way possible that 1 could have known or realized that those donations had come from company funds and not from various individuals. This was the first knowledge I had of the character of those donations. "Like all donations received by me in that campaign, these funds were passed along to various committees for their use. Had I, or any of my campaign workers three and a half years ago, known of the character of those donations, they would have been discouraged. · "As it was, those donations, having been freely and voluntarily given entirely with- · out solication by me or anyone involved in '. my campaign, were welcomed and were used." From Page One Accidents J.C. Dillon Hopes It's Not True A reporter asked Yost Saturday if Moore would explain which campaign committee he gave the money to, and explain whether the money is listed in campaign reports. »· YOST REBUFFED the questions, saying he probably wouldn't be in telephone contact again with the Governor Saturday. Yost refused to reveal where Moore was staying in the Eastern Panhandle. Yost said he doesn't know who delivered the Ashland money in 1968 and 1972, and doesn't know whether it came as envelopes of cash. John L. Thomas of Charleston, who was treasurer of the Moore for Governor Committee in 1972, said Saturday- "During the campaign, I had no knowledge of any contribution. I had no contact myself from any people from Ashland Oil." State Sen. Warren McGraw, D-Wyoming, who previously had asked Secretary of State McCartney to find out if Ashland sent any illegal campaign donations into West Virginia, remarked Saturday that McCartney "apparently didn't do anything" about his request. McGraw also told newsmen Saturday that he wonders whether the Ashland donation might possibly be covered by the state's bribery law. Further, he noted that campaign finance statements must be filed under oath, "which raises some question of whether the filing of a false affidavit carries a penalty aside from the election law," McGraw pointed out that it's only a misdemeanor under state election laws to fail to report a donation, and the penalty is enforceable only within one year after the filing. The senator speculated that federal agents might enter the case because "if Ashland Oil made a contribution to a West Virginia politician, it carries an aspect of interstate criminal activity." Del. Martha Wehrle, D-Kanawha, commented Saturday: "It's unbelievable that Gov. Moore didn't report these donations. From his statement, it looks like he's stonewalling it." from Page One From Page One Kim Youth Del. Martha Wehrle Moore's "Stonewalling" STATE DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN J C. Dillon of Hinton remarked. "I'm very surprised. I had no inkling of anything like that. I regret it very much. As far as knowing what to do about it. 1 don't know. It's in the hands, I guess, of the judicial branch of our government. "I'm sorry that it happened. We have enough problems in West Virginia and the nation. I know it's going to make the public lose confidence. I wish it weren't true." Frank Jollif fe, assistant U.S. attorney in Charleston, said only "no comment." Gov. Moore's brother, Harry, works in Ashland's public relations department and was registered as an Ashland lobbyist during the regular 1975 session of the West Virginia State Legislature. This has been the United States' policy toward the periodic efforts by the North Koreans to begin a dialogue on Korean issues over the head of the South Koreans. Washington has always been careful not to go further than South Korea in dealing with North Korea so as not to lend weight to the North Korean allegation that the Seoul government is a "puppet" of the United States. The Japanese are especially eager to see tensions there reduced since they are likely to be involved if a new war breaks out. In that case, the United States would clearly need to use its bases in Japan to support its combat forces in Korea. Kim made his wishes known last month in Pyongyang to Tokuma Utsunomiya, a member of the governing Liberal-Democratic party who has advocated closer Japanese relations with North Korea and China. But members of another delegation of conservative legislators have confirmed and elaborated on Kim's views. The Communist leader's proposals were passed on to Miki, who conveyed them to Ford when they met in Washington this past week. AT THAT TIME the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, Philip C. Habib, told reporters in Washington that Miki told Ford "what had been said to a Japanese Diet (parliament) member by the North Koreans but he did not bring any messages." According to those who saw Kim in Pyongyang, that was technically correct, since Kim made no explicit request that a "message" be carried to Ford. But it was clearly understood by those who met with him that Kim wished Ford to be informed of his ideals. cades out of hijacked cars and trucks, blocking the Belfast-Dublin road, police reported. Altogether, police estimated there were nearly 2.000 demonstrators at the anti-internment rallies and marches in Belfast, Newry, Londonderry, Lurganand Dungannon. In the Irish Republic's Portlaoise Prison, IRA inmates reportedly went on a 24-hour hunger strike in sympathy with the Ulster protesters. The demonstrations came on the fourth anniversary of the introduction of internment, the British antiterrorist policy of imprisoning suspected terrorists without trial It was introduced Aug. 9,1971, to curb escalating violence at a time when security forces found it difficult to get witnesses to testify against terrorist suspects in court because of fear of reprisals. Britain's administrator for the province, Merlyn Rees. has released 346 internees since December, however, and has pledged to release them all by Christmas. Children's Gym Classes Scheduled Registration for children's gymnastics will begin Monday at the Lawrence Frankel Fitness Center. Classes for boys and girls between the ages of five and 12 will be offered in tumbling, Swedish vaulting box, free rythmic aerobics with skip rope, posture and conditioning. In McDowell County earlier Saturday, Earl Gross. 19. of War was killed when the car in which he was riding left W. Va. 16 at ; the Squire community, struck a parked truck, then plunged down a 50-foot embankment, McDowell County sheriff's ; deputies said. Deputies said the car in which Gross was a passenger was driven by 19-year-old Willie L. Click of Berwind, McDowell County. Click sustained a broken jaw, broken · ribs and possible internatl injuries in the ' crash, deputies said. He was listed in seri- ; ous condition at Tazewell Community Hos- · pital in Tazewell, Va. '. · The 12:30 a.m. accident was investigat- · ed by Deputy Doug Burnette and McDowell County Constable Pete Beavers. The Ingram boy is survived by his par- ·ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clay A. Ingram; sisters. Mrs. Brenda Kirkbride of Akron, Debra. Betsey. Pamuela, Lorene, all at Ihome: brothers, Johnny, Jerry and Clay, 'all at home; grandparents, Mrs. Bessie In-gram of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Foster !of Sharon. · Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Sharon -Church of God. with the Rev. John Bowen .land the Rev. Joe Baldwin officiating. Burial will be in Foster family cemetery on !Dawes Mountain. The body will be taken to the home of -Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adkins in Sharon at 5 ;p.m. Monday, and to the church one hour before service. '. Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank, is in ; charge of arrangements. Additional Mall Site Saved for Smithsonian · WASHINGTON (AP) - President Ford signed a bill Saturday reserving an additional site on the Mall for the future use ·of the Smithsonian Institution. "1 · Now under jurisdiction of the National ·Park Service, the area is used for outdoor -sports activities. Eventually, the Smith- ;sonian will have to submit plans to Con- · gress for eventual us of the site and specific authority and appropriations would be ;made then. SJHS Band Boosters Plan Block Party A block party and school carnival will be Nitro Man's Rite Monday Service will be Monday for an elderly Nitro man who was struck by a car shortly after he stepped off a bus in Nitro Friday night. Killed was Russell Lee "Nippie" Hicks, 72, of 4125 First Ave. ssPolice said Hicks was struck by an auto operated by Ronald Lewis Hughes, 24, of South Charleston. Hicks died in Thomas Memorial Hospital about two hours after the accident. A lifelong resident of Putnam County and a former Winfield resident, Hicks was a retired farmer. He was on his way home from a church meeting at the time of the accident. Surviving: brother, Everette of Nitro; sister, Hattie of Nitro. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Chapman-Erskine Funeral Home, Winfield, with the Rev. Arley K. Cravens officiating. Burial will be in Mount Vernon Cemetery at Teays Valley. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today. THE QUALITY NAME BRANDS ARE HERE. THE PRICE IS RIGHT. THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY THE FURNITURE YOU'VE BEEN PROMISING YOURSELF! LIVING ROOM SOFAS LOVESEATS from noon to 10 p.m.m. Saturday on the : track field behind Stonewall Jackson High. Sponsored by the school's band boosters. . the event is too help raise money for new " band uniforms. Siamese Twin Girls Separated In Australia SYDNEY. Australia--ifli-- Nine doctors successfully separated Siamese twin girls in a 3V2-hour operation Saturday at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital. Doctors said the babies were under intensive care and had a 50-50 chance of survival. The girls were born Friday night. The identity of the parents was kept secret. "This is one that gets written up in world medical journals." said Dr. Peter Jones, the surgeon who led a team of 25 nurses, anaesthetists and surgeons. The babies, wighting 6.38 pounds each, were three weeks premature, doctors said. They were joined from the breast bone to the navel. Doctors said they were frail and the next few days would be crucial. Jones said that in most Siamese births the babies either are stillborn, or die be fore they get to the operating table. It was the f i r s t recorded birth o Siamese twins in Austrailia in 25 years. Tuxedo Sofa in Brown Orange Print by Highland House 739.95 Traditional Sofa in Striped Velvet by Highland House 809.95 Traditional Sofa in Floral Print by Franklin 609.95 Traditional 4 Cushion Sofa in Floral print by Highland House 449.95 Early American High back Sofa in Brown Gold Herculon by Kro. 399.95 Tuxedo Sofa in Stripe Velvet by Highland House 659.95 Early American Sofa in nylon plaid by Clayton Marcus 504.95 Traditional Sofa in Gold Brown nylon print by Stylecraft 464.95 Early American Sofa in nylon patchwork by Kroehler 349.95 Traditional Sofa in Solid avocado velvet by Highland House 649.95 Lawson Sofa in green orange print by Conover 677.00 Traditional Sofa in green blue print by Kroehler 474.95 Traditional Sofa in green matelasse by Kroehler 419.95 Lawson Sofa in Multi Color floral print by Conover 519.95 Early American Sofa in brown nylon check by Kroehler.' 374.95 Spanish Sofa in Gold Velvet print by Kroehler 529.95 Early American Sofa in blue by Conover ,- · · 439.95 BEDROOM Dala From NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOAA, U.S. Dept. of Commerce Fiaurt s Snow High Ttmptratum Expected For Daytime Sunday Uoleud Prrcipiiaiion Not Indicated-- Consult local Foricatt 569.95 629.95 469.95 299.95 249.95 519.95 399.95 359.95 269.95 499.95 499.95 299.95 299.95 399.95 299.95 349.95 319.95 4 PC. Italian Prov. Suite in Antique White by Hooker 1,035.75 4 PC. Mediterranean Suite in Dark OakbySumter 729.95 4 PC. French Prov. Suite in Light Pecan by Dixie 849.95 4 PC. Mediterranean Suite in Oak by Am. of Martinsville 949.95 4 PC. Early American Suite in Light Pine by Am. of Martinsville 99.95 4 PC. Italian Prov. Suite in Dark Cherry by Dixie 729.95 4 PC. Early American Suite in Dark Maple by Sumter 1,039.80 Open Stock Bo/5 group in Light Pine by Am. of Martinsville. 4 PC. Early American Suite in Solid Cherry by Kincaid 829.80 Open Stock French Provincial in White by Dixie 4 PC. Spanish Suite in Oak by American Drew 936.80 SLEEPER SOFAS 699.95 569.95 679.95 669.95 699.95 529.95 819.95 SAVE 30% 649.95 SAVE 20% 699.95 BEDDING LIVING ROOM TABLES Twin Size Sealy MisMatch Ea. PC. $39.95 Sealy True Ease Sealy Anniversary Classic Eapc. 49.95 Sealy Rest Guard 59.95 Sealy Comfort Guard Eapc. 69.95 Sealy Hotel Posturepedic Ea. pc. 89.95 Full Size e°- P c $44.95 49.95 59.95 79.95 89.95 109.95 Traditional Sleeper in Nylon Floral Print by Kroehler 499.95 399.95 Early American Redi Bed in Nylon Floral by Sealy 474.95 369.95 Traditional Redi Bed in Green Matelasse by Sealy 554.95 439.95 Love Seat Redi Bed in Brown Herculon plaid by Sealy 454.95 359.95 Early American Redi Bed in Green Nylon tweed by Sealy 459.95 359.95 T Tuxedo Redi Bed in Gold stripe velvet by Sealy 574.95 , 469.95 English Pub Redi Bed in Herculon · Plaid by Sealy 579.95 459.95 Traditional Sleeper in Green Gold Nylon floral by Franklin . 539.95 439.95 Traditional Sleeper in Black «,««,. vinyl by Sealy 354,95 269.95 Tuxedo Love Seat Sleeper in Stripe Velvet by Sealy ....... 459.95 369.95 Traditional Sleeper in Green Damask by Kroehler 474.95 379.95 Early American Redi Bed in nylon print by Sealy 594.95 469.95 CHAIRS The Weather Aaaust 10, 1775 THE FORECAST £.-*. '-'c ~*Vi ; *v~v- Panhandle, northwest, west, ^ ~.;^- . ff ~ '_t -- ?:. .r.ciaiinfl Charleston): Partly tf.-t t-f. ···-·'. *"· » f-»-e showers today and r.'.f^f - f-. 'Jf 'W* ·- ** ~,id to uopsr 80s. Lows ·Sjr *· ' V. r ""- ~^' Vf. £-**:*' -«·"« -·»/?«*«. s«u"). Partly cloudy ·- if*"t. -/ VG'V* "Aft and Monday. Highs Both ^ft: '. ~*. .-Xff ''ft 1 *."** · Ur*s will be m the Partly cloudy with a *i. Hrjbs both days in fjltf wi!l 6e in th« mid t *vff TV. f -.";*·". -~-yr t * ^. -,-. v , t-y.'f. iff, f' 'if-.-r- Sff-t'it'-t'i . Paniy cloudy wi» a ·* v-ffuf. 'rtfi ft Moocay. Highs both days 6* in »h« mid to up- «- £fe '*-.«-. ««« a cterce of showers LOW! will be in uoper 60s ana lower 70s. Partly cloudy Monday with a chance of showers and highs in the 80s and tow 90s. WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA - Partly cloudy today with highs in the 80s Chance a! showers and lows in the uDDer 50s to 60s. Highs Monday will be in the 80s. KENTUCKY - Partly cloudy today and Monday with hi$hs m the mid to usoer 83s. Lows today will be in the uooer 60s. OHIO -- Partly cloudy today and Monday with a chance o! shcwerj and hi;hs in the 80s. Lows today will be in theiOs. SATURDAY'S HUMIDITIES 5a.T 93 11 a.m 71 5 D.m 36 SATURDAY'S WIND H«**st «35 ] 1 rash from N £ at 3 p.m. TEMPERATURES Satu-day's Ngh 88 Saturday's low -56. Recorded ^tch for August 9 was 103 set in 1930. :»w foe August wai M set in I96J. PREdPITATlOM precisylation as o« 5 o.m 0.00 Total \v the month o» August 0/D 2 Pc. Mediterranean Group Cocktail Hexagon table in Pecan 252.90 139.95 Pair Bunching tables in Pecan :.. 169.90 99.95 3 Pc.-Transitional tables by Gordons (c/t 2 End tables).. 754.85 499.95 Italian Provincial group in cherry by American of Martinsville SdVfi 30% Odd glass top end table by Gordon 219.95 99.95 2 Pc. 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