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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

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IOC--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charleston, West VlrglnU Marmet Family Distressed By Son's Arrest in Extortion MOTION TO HALT SECRET TESTIMONY DENIED Lawyers Rothblatt (left) and Bittman Talk to Newsmen NO DELAY --AP Wirephoto A Marmet couple said they I doing anything like that.' could "hardly believe it," after Rov Crockett said his stepson the FBI arrested their son in had been in C1 eveland about two weeks. He would not be- Cleveland and accused him of lieve Binion would be involved attempting to extort $200,000 in the plot from United Airlines with a| »i can't believe it This has bomb threat Friday. "I can't hardly believe it," Mrs. Roy Crockett said Saturday after learning her son, James Marvin Binion, and Jerry Pahlic of Cleveland had been arrested in the alleged plot. "I can't imagine that boy RALLY got to be some kind of mistake," he said. "James gin wouldn't know how to start' something like that airline thing." "Until I get more information, I'm going to assume this is some kind of mistake," Cro- ckett added. "James was only supposed to be in Cleveland for a few more days," he continued. "He hac signed up for school at Carver (Career and Technical Education Center)" near Charleston under the G I Bill. Classes be- Sept. 5. R.A. Hall, an officer of the Marmet Police Department, said he knew Binion well and that he was certain he had never been in any trouble in the Marmet area DISCOUNT FURNITURE CO, MOVED TO NEW LOCATION IHU -CHRYStlK-rtYMOUTH- G A R A G E 52216thStDUNBAR,W.Va. Moore to Appear on UMW Labor Day Program With Tony Boyle in Virginia By Robert C. Welling The Associated Press Aides to Gov. Moore say he will appear at a United Mine Workers Labor Day rally in rrundy, Va., where embattlec UMW President W. A. "Tony' Boyle will speak. But the aides deny By Robert L. Campbell WASHINGTON-M-i-A federal judge Saturday paved the way for former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell's secret testimony to continue Tuesday in the Demo-; crats Si-million civil suit stem-j ming from tlie break-in and al- national! Judge Refuses to Halt Mitchell Testimony in Watergate Probe leged headquarters. U.S. District merits will soon be forthcoming!national campaign chairman for in the case. He said he had;George McGovern renewed his been told this "is the biggestjrequest for the appointment of a criminal investigation since the ;..,,,,,;,,, , . ., ,,, , assassination of John F. Kenne- lspecnal P rosecutor ]n the Water- dy." i gate bugging case. Richey's rulings, in effect.! °' Bri en released the text of a |barred reports rom union sources that Moore's appearance is to repay a debt to Boyle stemming from the governor's role in coal contract negotiations last November. At that time Boyle and the coal operators allowed Moore to mediate negotiating sessions and then take much of the credit in the national media for reaching a settlement after the wage talks had broken down. An hour after appearing with Boyle in Grundy, the governor is also scheduled to appear at; another miners' rally in Logan, while outside town the UMW's dissident Miners for Democra- invitations to a large number of public officials to attend the rally, apparently a number of them have bowed out not wanting to appear on the same platform with Boyle, who has been convicted of federal charges of with Boyle adding the two were "good friends." He said the invitation to the rally was extended by several UMW locals, not Boyle, and that the governor accepted without concern for misusing union funds for politi-lwho else might have been in- OPEN SUNDAY 1 -i WHY PAY MORE? OPEN LABOR DAY 9-6 p.m. EARLY AMERICAN LIVING ROOM SUITE Court Judge Richey's mlings. secret testimony of letler he wrote to President Nix-j "Moore's press aide, Norman i the five suspects before the,on saying: "A growing body of ! Yost, explained the two UMW but assured the con- evidence ot points to the direct i appearances are among four Charles R. Richey denied a mot-;TMTM ot eoositio^beinff t 2f · involvement by persons in yourljhe governor has scheduled on ;,,,, rTM. o rfoiiv in tai-intr a ' on » nui ng aeposiuons oeing iaK- , . . , _ . . , . . _ _ . J iLabor Dav. Yost insisted ion for a deposition Day. Yost insisted 's appearance had noth- last year's coal fi; Mi ' cheU ' th * include Clark paign organization. In light of ing Mac G r e g or, who succeeded these facts, it is more imperative! talks and that Moore was mak- Mitchell as head of the Presi- than ever for you to appoint an ling the trip out of state, be- deal's re-election campaign and independent and politically dis-'cause the rally traditionally at' ·Jixon re-election finance effort, gard for the political considera- * * · tions that obviously dominate MEANWHILE, O'Brien, now,this entire matter." tigating the incident decides if criminal indictments are appropriate r n i c ri ~ ' * ~ * ·* ' "~ At 'the same time Richey ifTM* 1 " i * cretar y of Commerce'interested special prosecutor to, tracts a large number of min- granted a motion temporarily £. nce , ? . ' no ^ "eadmgthe discover the facts, without re-ers from southern West Vir- blocking taking depositions from ' the five men who were nabbed by security guards the night of June 17 inside the Democratic offices in the posh Watergate complex overlooking the Poto-j mac River. Two of the five, along with! several other persons, have been linked to President Nixon's re-election effort. Lawrence F. O'Brien. Democratic national chairman at the time of the break-in, filed the civil suit seeking damages of $1 million cal purposes. Yost explained that Moore had no qualms about appearing McGovern Gets Bid Under Way © New York Times Service WASHINGTON-Sen. George McGovern will begin his formal campaign for the presidency today on, almost literally, a wing and a prayer. The Democratic nominee is starting out way behind the Republican President in the opinion polls but is counting on two things to help him catch up: a newly-chartered jet that will take him to two or three major media markets each day and the hope of a major political blunder by his opponent. McGovern is preparing to spend only half as much--about S24-million--as he ex- Army Qoses My Lai Books; 3 More Cited for Penalties on grounds (he Democrats' con- By Margaret Scherf WASHINGTON --(AP)-- incident. Parson and Johnson The! had been charred with either ' Army says it is closing its booksl r ·,,,,.,, ,, ,,, ' failure to obe v stitutional right to privacy was Ion the My Lai massacre after . violated. The federal grand juryiissuing administrative penalties) dereliction of duty in an alleged is investigating the incident sep-|to two officers and a sergeant. coveru P of the massacre. arately. Secretary of the Army Robert Hodges had been charged with tary Stanley Resor, demoted Maj. Gen. Samuel Roster, former commander of the Ameri- ·F. Froehlke announced Satur-rape and assault with intent to cal Division, to brigadier gener- ON FRIDA*. Mitchell walked day pena ities against Col. Nels commit murder. He has gone to out o f a session in the office of A . Parson Jr 51 who was ; federa , court in G ia in an the Democrat^ attorney. Ed-. strippcd o[ a Lgiou of Merit! attempt to block his discharge ward Bennett Williams, report-; deco ration and given a letter of'penalty, edly after his attorney advised j censui e; Capt Den nis H. John-: A tota| f ,- nffirpr , anri him not to continue giving the !sorii ^ who 'received a letler of n ? k( ^ ' n JL niinr«L hv deposition until Richev ruled oni..,, n ..jmnnd- inrl Staff Sul Kpn- il , . , *· u-lc "fe wl " -motions for a stay and also for ^ L Hodge? 4 w h i s to ^ , A l ' m y t ellh 5 WIth actual servin g * headquarters of the dismissal on grounds extensive;Surged and barred from^'"^^l'" the !? ass ac TM onCombat^ Development Command pretrial publicity has prejudiced enlistment gima. ALTHOUGH the UMW extended! El 01 ? ^nf^!^,,* 0 I iiv is mill M j'liig iu Sargent Shriver, his vice presidential running mate, on his positions. He spent the last few days here mediating organizational disputes. And he is 'M percentage points behind Nixon in the latest Gallup Poll. Eight months ago. when he began campaigning for the Democratic nomination, McGovern was rated a 3 per cent vited. Yost did point out, however, that Moore did not plan to spend much time at the Grundy rally because of other commitments that day. Moore also will attend Labor Day celebrations at Coalton in Randolph County and Big Bear Lake in Preston County. A spokesman for the Miners For Democracy (MFD) said Moore would stand the chance of losing support from many dissident miners if he appeared on the same platform with Boyle and said the union president and the governor may have agreed to work for the reelection of each other. Choice of Color Only 6 To Sell Fabrics 2pe. MEDITERREAN STYLING TABLE GROUP KORTH 39 95 RECLINERS What gives children great pleasure that they can enjoy when they are 70? PIANO! FROM *59" LOVE SEATS (6 ONLY TO SELL) PINING G R O U P S MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS Mark of Quality gade, was acquitted last December of concealment charges. AlTioM any cf.ilci (on (noittr a piano. An etonomitol -ay lor you K inn our itolemml on your child ii to RENT A PIANO Froehlke's predecessor" Secre-i P rospect by .. the same P° lls ,,, , ~ I . Now. ac al, took away a distinguished service medal and gave him a letter of censure. Parson, a 28-year veteran and graduate of West Greenville, Miss.. according to Gary Hart, the senator's campaign manager, the polls merely reflect a lack of "in-depth identification" of the senator as a candidate. Your COtt in SB m ·/ill apply it you available loo al thly p|Jt carlogc add cvety dol'nt iftcidt to buy. Wfiy wait? Leiioni GORBY'S MUSIC DHItr 9-5 2147th AVE. THURSDAYS 9-9 SOUTHCHARtESTON PHONE 744-9453 Point, is ai native now the defendants' right to a trial. Richev. who ordered the fair Parson was chief of staff se jthe America! Division at the lime of the My Lai incident in :South Vietnam on March '968. Johnson was and with covering up the incident! at Fu Belvoir, Va. 'after it happened. °f Five officers and enlisted men Johnson officer This clears the books on the i incident, the Army said, except for review of the court- martial conviction of Lt. William Calley, who has been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in connection with the deaths of 22 South Vietnamese civilians at My Lai. Parson, Johnson and Hodges can P rev ' ous '.V were cleared of crim-| ]jf e _ inal charges arising out of the! Mitchell and 12 others in ruling Aug. 17. said Saturday he did not believe a fair trial was impossible because of the extensive publicity. Rejecting the argument. Richey sad the press was "per- formng a function they have a right to perform.'' Rather, he said, the controversy over the affair makes it necessary to clear the air as soon as jxwsible. "There's more suspicion about this case. . .than any I remember in my adult time." Richey said. The attorney representing the D/~~|Tf/ 7 ' five. Henry E~. Rothblatt of'New f \J \V York, argued that "in handling · this case, my five clients seem; to te lost in the shuffle." Rothblatt was joined in pleading his case by William Bittman. who represents former White House consultant I-! How- SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.--If! ard Hunt Jr. Hunt has been --The White House said Satur- linked to the case by phone day P r e s i d e n t Nixon was calls allegedly made to him by pleased with North Vietnam's one of the Watergate five and is announced intention of releasing one of the 1?, ordered by Richey '-hree prisoners of war, but de- to «ive '.'oposhions. ' ' scribed the three as only an B i t t m a n cited what he called "infinitesimal portion" of the the ' extremely a g g r e s s i v e POWs held in Indochina, grand jury" in the case and "We have been pressing for said the panel had subpoenaed release of prisoners in every Hunt' wife. ,son and daughter form, private and public," said; and taken testimony from them. White House Press Secretaryj In asking for the delay. Bittman Ronald L. Ziegler. i also (ite'i leeont statements by "We will not rest, until there' the adminiMration that indict- is a complete accounting of all missing in action and release of ( all prisoners held throughout Indochina." j Hanoi's official news agencyi announced the army's intention John D. Rockefeller IV. Dem!n ''flcase the three captured ocrstic gubernatorial candidate a "' men - hul g avc n details in- will speak al t h e Labor Day chiding date and place of their' Banquet of the St. George Or- release. The North Vietnamese] thodox Church al i p.m. today claim they hold 3fl3 prisoners.; in the Charleston Civic Center " American officials put the total! Rockefeller will also accornpn- number at 539, with about 1,000 ny R. Sargent Shriver. demo- mor f missing in action through- j cratic vice presidential nomi- out Indochina. | noe. on a visit to Beck ley Mon- The chief executive also day. Other L:ibor Day activities turned from summit diplomacy include a Lalxir Day rally at fi to domestic issues, with the p.m. at South Charleston's White House disclosing details Oakes Field. Rockefeller will of his planned t.-ip to San Fran- speak at. the rally along with cisro Tuesday lo inspect the Sen. Jennings Randolph, D- proposed Golden Gate National W.Va.. Rep. John Slack, D-W. Recreation Area and to meet Va... and Tom Winner, Demo- with tho Citizens' Advisory cratic secretary of state nomi-'·· Committee on Environmental: nee. i (Quality. were acquitted by courts-mar- ·":tial and charges against 19 oth- ?,ers were dismissed. Only Calley a n m t e l h s conv ; clef ) anc ] n j s case no ^, Hodges a j s t )e f, )re u, e Army Court of Military Review. Col. Oran K. Henderson, who commanded Galley's parent bri- a 15-year veteran: nd native of Sacramento, Cal-; if., is attached to headquarters of the Ninth Infantry Division at Ft. Lewis, Wash. 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