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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 49

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lift August24,1975 Su IRS Probing Release of Data to CIA (C) ?iew Y»fk Time* Seme* WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service is conducting an "intensive internal investigation" to determine if the Law was violated when the Central Intelligence Agency was secretly given information from individual tax returns, a spokesman said Saturday. The IRS, he said, is following up on a section of the Rockefeller commission report that revealed that in at least 14 instances information on tax returns of 16 persons had been given to the CIA out of normal channels. "Formal procedures for obtaining the necessary authorization have been in effect for some time." the commission report noted. "They require the applicant (here the director of Central Intelligence) to make written application to the commissioner of Internal Revenue for each Cerebral Palsy Head to Speak Steve Smith, executive director of the United Cerebral Palsy of West Virginia, will address a preservice meeting for teachers of exceptional children Wednesday at West Virginia State College. Smith will discuss his personal experience as a cerebral palsy victim, along with the role United Cerebral Palsy hopes to play in the state. Some 250 teachers and supportive staff from Boone, Clay, Kanawha and Putnam Counties will attend. The meeting will be held in Wallace Hall. tax return desired. setting forth the reason why the return is needed. "The commission has found no evidence that this procedure was ever followed by CIA personnel," the report said. The investigation is being conducted by the revenue service's Internal Inspection Division. The spokesman said the revenue service wanted to discover "everything about" the transactions "including who gave the CIA this material, who the (ax- payers were, when this happened and who authorized it." EDUCATION... a lifetime adventure! A Grim-Looking Golfer President Ford adjusts his golf cap after hitting a drive on the first tee of the Vail, Colo., Golf Course. Apparently it wasn't a good drive. ' (AP Wirephoto) Roots of Strike: ·Slow Machinery On Grievances Morris Harvey College PART-TIME STUDY SCHEDULE EVENING CLASSES MONDAY FALL SEMESTER '75 ART Hudkins Keeling 5:05-6:45 M 7-9:45 M 319 321 ; By Strtt Doutbat " The Auociated Preu Like so many previous wildcat strikes in West Virginia's coalfields, the roots of the current controversy can be traced to the mechanics of the grievance procedure whereby worker-company disputes sometimes can drag on for months before they are settled. ' Last year, according to calculations by the West Virginia Coal Assn., unauthorized strikes curtailed state coal production by about 7.5 million tons. ;· These strikes have become so prevalent, in fact, that U.S. District Judge K. K. Hall complained recently in. open court that the coal companies were taking up ail his time seeking temporary restraining orders against wildcat strikers. " Hall admonished coal company attorneys to seek other methods of settling their problems. '. ';.'. .; :. \ '.. .But both the coal operators and the United Mine Workers agree that the slow-moving grievance procedure is a major factor behind many of these strikes. They begin to disagree, however, when they start getting down to brass tacks. ; "The grievance procedure is now our greatest problem," said Roger Thompson, president of UMW Local 1302 at Lundale in Logan County. ; THOMPSON'S indefinite suspension by Amherst Coal Co. last month was one of the factors behind the walkout which idled thousands of miners in southern West Virginia and stretched into Kentucky and Ohio last week. '; "It's been more than three weeks since we asked the company for a hearing in my case and they still haven't responded," jjhompson said, "and we've got another 'case that's been pending more than three months." T_ At a so-called "right-to-strike" meeting |at Mullens last November, before the cur*rent union contract was ratified, many ^miners said the grievance machinery was o slow that the only way they could get ·any action from the company was to walk -off the job. They unsuccessfully demanded that individual locals be given autonomous authority to strike if and when they saw :fit. ·' Last week, more than 500 striking min- ·ers met at Accoville in Logan County and listed "quicker action on grievances from ihe companies" as one of their major demands. ' '- But Quin Morton III, secretary-treasur- ler. of the Kanawha Coal Operators Assn. [at Charleston, said that while the process ·was slow, it's the overwhelming number of grievances being filed by the miners that is really bogging things down. He said that since last December more than 500 grivances have been filed in the Kanawha Valley area alone. "I don't think that caseload was ever anticipated by the contract negotiators, first of all," he said. "Second, there is an unwillingness on the part of miner representatives since they are now elected to tell a miner that his case doesn't have merit." The UMW disagrees. "A big problem we've had," said a UMW spokesman at the national headquarters in Washington, D.C., "is that th" grievances get no response at the company's lowest level. They always get kicked up to the mine superintendent or to the company headquarters and, as a result, the miners are usually frustrated from the first step on; "Call it passing the buck or whatever, but it is seldom that the aggrieved miner can just talk with his boss and solve the problem." However, he said, relief is on the way. "Up until now, we've been operating under the provisions of the old contract and, under that, it could take forever to settle a grievance. But a chief umpire was selected this past month and just this week we sent down a list of names to the districts so they could begin appointing their umpires." 221, Art Appreciation 2 hrs. 261, figure Drawing 3 hrs. BIOLOGY 224, General Zoology .. 4 hrs. Moss 7-9:45 MW 314 (Lecture and Laboratory each evening) 8,325 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION State Doctors Vote to Back Any Funded Medical School * WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS-Doctors Attending the West Virginia State Medical · Assn. convention at The Greenbrier Hotel "here adopted a resolution supporting "any : Potomac State r Plans Courses 401, Advertising 3 hrs. Hill 405, Investments 3 hrs. Grose 422, Cost Accounting 3 hrs. Coon 435, Real Estate 3 hrs, Goldman CHEMISTRY 301, Organic Chemistry 3 hrs. D'Silva COMPUTER SCIENCE 101, Introduction to Data Processing 3 hrs. Slater ECONOMICS 201, Principles of Economics 3 hrs. Quast 308, Statistics 3 hrs. Burchell EDUCATION 324, Teaching Language Arts in Elementary Schools ' 3 hrs. M. Miller ENGLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs.' Burns IiO, Newspaper Reporting, Editing, and Makeup " 3 hrs. J. Blackwood HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 101, General Physical Education 1 hr. Sangid 101, General Physical Education 1 hr Nozica MATHEMATICS 100, Algebra ' 3 hrs. Domico 101, College Algebra. 4 hrs. McCullough 102, Trigonometry 3 hrs. Spencer 121, Mechanical Drawing 3 hrs. Darnell 122, Descriptive Geometry 3 hrs. Darnell 221, Empirical Design 3 hrs. Darnell 222, Empirical Design 3 hrs. Darnell 272, Informal Geometry and Structure of Algebra 3 hrs. Blackwood 308, Statistics .. 3 hrs. Burchell MUSIC 111, Music Skills for Classroom Teachers 3 hrs Ewina NATURAL SCIENCE 201 L, General Physical Science Laboratory 1 hr. Enlley PSYCHOLOGY ^ y 343, Personality 3 hrs. Bland 371, History and Systems 3 hrs. Goodwin SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 101, Beginning Typewriting 2 hrs. Duda 201, Advanced Typewriting 2 hrs Duda SOCIAL SCIENCE 201, An Intro, to Social Science 3 hrs. J. Hardman SOCIOLOGY 302A, Introduction to Social Work 3 hrs Shumoker SPANISH 101, Elementary Spanish 3 hrs George SPEECH 111, Speech Fundamentals 3 hrs. Freedman 303, Storytelling and Dramatiiation 2 hrs. Ball TUESDAY ART 233, Ceramics 3 nrs . Carney BIOLOGY 321, Economic Zoology and Parasitology 4 hrs. Smith (3 hrs. Laboratory weekly--TBA) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 131, Business Mathematics · . . . 2 hrs. Payne 151, Introduction to Business 3 hrs. 0. Hardman 201, Principles of Accounting 3 hrs. Andrews 342, Retailing 3 hrs. Steele 361, Money and Banking 3 hrs. Quast 410, Quantitative Analysis for Business 3 hrs. Burchell 423, Federal Taxes 3 hrs. Breese COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS 101, Communications Skills 3 hrs Brehm COMPUTER SCIENCE 203, Computer Applications 3 hrs. Sharps ECONOMICS 361, Money and Banking 3 hrs. Quast EDUCATION **303, Educational Psychology . ·. 3 hrs. Cole *331, Principles and Practices in . Secondary Schools 3 hrs. Weston ENGLISH 269, A Survey of World Literature 3 hrs. Wilson 271, A Survey of American Literature 3 hrs. Mdaughlin FRENCH 101, Elementary French 3 hrs. Hughes GEOGRAPHY 301, Geography of Europe 3 hrs. S. Ewing HISTORY 372, History of Latin America ; 3 hrs. Barkey MATHEMATICS 321, Calculus II 4 hrs. Ferguson 331, Modern Algebra 3 hrs. Blackwood .. , . 411, Advanced Calculus 3 hrs. Blackwood medical school in existence or under de- MUSK velopment" if adequate funding is availa- 341, Bach, Handel, Haydn, and Mozart 2 hrs. Wolf 7:50-10:30 M 304 7-9:45 M 401 7-9:45 M 125 7-9:45 M 223 ENGLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. 241, Business Writing 3 hrs. 251, Introduction to Journalism 2 hrs. 310, Appalachian Literature ....'.' 3 hrs. FRENCH 311, French Literature: Nineteenth Century 3 hrs. GEOGRAPHY . . . . 3 hrs. Newhouse Moyers Brown O'Dell Plumley Hughes 303, World Geography HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 5-5:50 M 6-7:40 W 134 5:05-7:45 M 103 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 M 307 403 5:05-7:45 M 304 5:05-7:45 M 306 5:50-7:45 M 121 5:05-6:45 M 5:05-6:45 M Gym Gym 7-9:45 M 102 6-7:40 MW 316 7-.50-10:30 M 316 7-9:45 MW 130 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 130 130 130 7:50-10:30 M 103 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 M 403 115 UNDER THE TERMS of the current contract, 10 independent umpires will serve in each UMW dis.trict. Along with a representative from the companies and one from the union, these umpires will sit on arbitration review boards designed to enact speedier rulings on grievances. Also, one of the steps from the cumbersome grievance system is being removed and the new contract sets specific, reduced time limits for response. For example, at the first step, a foreman or immediate supervisor must answer a miner's grievance within 24 hours. Step Two gives the company seven days to respond if the matter is not taken care of at Step One. However, if the complaint is notsettled at that point, the procedure can still drag out a month or more. Nonetheless, said the UMW spokesman, "implementation of the umpires and the new system will relieve a lot of frustration with the process itself. Under the current process, the miners feel the grievance system is stacked against them. "Under the new system, they'll at least feel they have an even chance," he said. "And once the precedents are set, the system should speed up considerably." 5-6:40 M 7:50-10:30 M 5:05-7:45 M 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 M .224 122 122 133 133 120 7:50-10=30 M 121 7-9:45 M 5:05-7:45 M 7-9:45 M 218 322 102 7:9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Tu 317 314 325 5:05-6:45 Tu 126 7-9:45 Tu 223 7:50-10:30 Tu 125 7:50-10:30 Tu 304 5:05-7:45 Tu 304 7-9:45 Tu 404 7-9:45 Tu 103 7-9:45 TuPEBllll 5:05-7:45 Tu 102 5:05-7:45 Tu 307 7-9:45 Tu 7-9=45 Tu 7-9=45 Tu 5=05-7:45 Tu 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Tu 216 402 305 125 218 129 401 101, General Physical Education 1 hr. Thomas 101, General Physical Education 1 hr. Buckalew 111, Health Instruction 1 hr. Carlson 311, Health Problems of Elementary School Children 3 hrs. Carlson MATHEMATICS 101, College Algebra 4 hrs. McCullough 121, Mechanical Drawing 3 hrs. Staff 122, Descriptive Geometry 3 hrs. Staff 221, Empirical Design 3 hrs. Staff 222 Empirical Design 3 hrs. Staff MUSK 211, Music Materials and Procedures 3 hrs. Douglas 212, Music Appreciation 2 hrs. Thomas NATURAL SCIENCE 101, General Biological Science 3 hrs. Bailes POLITICAL SCIENCE 421, Public Administration 3 hrs. 4 arris PSYCHOLOGY 201, Introduction to Psychology 3 hrs. L. Meckfessel 312, Psychology of Childhood 3 hrs. Daley RELIGION 201, Introduction to the Jewish Scriptures 3 hrs. M. Daughterly SOCIAL SCIENCE 101, The History of Civilization 3 hrs. Ranson SOCIOLOGY 301, The Family 3 hrs. C. Albright 402, Criminology 3 hrs. W. Albright THURSDAY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 201, Principles of Accounting 3 hrs. Andrews 300, Intermediate Accounting 3 hrs. Gall 321, Principles of Marketing 3 hrs. Payne 340, Purchasing 3 hrs. Payne 431, Business Law 3 hrs. Quast COMPUTER SCIENCE 102, Flowcharting, Logic, and Program Documentation 3 hrs. Sharpin 302, Advanced Cobol Programming 3 hrs. Sharpin EDUCATION 350A, Orientation to Exceptional Children., 3 hrs. Britton ENGLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. Cyrus 431, Eighteenth-Century English Literature ." 3 hrs. Lowder GEOGRAPHY 302, Geography of Latin America 3 hrs. Staff HISTORY 251, American History, 1492-1865 3 hrs. Harper MATHEMATICS 321, Calculus II 4 hrs. Ferguson 331, Modern Algebra 3 hrs. Blackwood 411, Advanced Calculus 3 hrs. Blackwood MUSIC 11 la, 21 la, 31 la, 41 la, String Ensemble 1 hr. Lambros NATURAL SCIENCE 101L, General Biological Science Laboratory 1 hr. Bailes 201, General Physical Science 3 hrs. Entley PHILOSOPHY 201, Introduction to Philosophy 3 hrs. Kirkland PSYCHOLOGOGY 301, Industrial and Personnel Psychology 3 hrs. S. Harris 451, Experimental Psychology 3 hrs. L. Meckfessel SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 141, Beginning Shorthand 3 hrs. Duda SOCIOLOGY 341, Race and Minority Group Relationships : 3 3 hrs. Melton SPEECH 331, Radio and Television Techniques 3 hrs. Oblinger FRIDAY SOCIOLOGY 315, Social and Cultural Anthropology 3 hrs. W. Albright SATURDAY CUSSES ble. The resolution also called on Gov. Moore and the state legislature "to give serious consideration to the feasibility of a single, umbrella type of administrative PSYCHOLOGY structure" for medical education pro- *" '--*·'--» grams. NATURAL SCIENCE 101L, General Bilogical Science Laboratory 1 hr. Bailes PHILOSOPHY ·510, Philosophy of Science 3 hrs. Miller POLITICAL SCIENCE 201, American Notional Government 3 hrs. C. Dougherty 331, Dictation and Transcription 3 hrs. Brown SPEECH 321, Speech Correction 3 hrs. Barton WEDNESDAY · KEYSER-Evening education courses at '-Potomac State College this fall will in- I elude offerings on real estate and arts and crafts. Real estate topics to be discussed include appraisement, buying and selling of commercial, farm and residential properties, and rules and regulations of the West Virginia Real Estate Commission. Arts and crafts instruction will be in furniture refmishing, bottle-cutting, candle; making, knitting and other handcrafts. · For more details, contact Potomac -State College, Kejsfr, W. Va. 267X. In the resolution, the doctors recognized that the state ''remains in need of physicians" and that a "balanced and greatly BIOLOGY strengthened program of medical educa- 224, General Zoology lion is a necessary Step toward meeting (Lecture ond loboroloryeoch evening) f hie noeH " BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 11115 neea - 221, Office Machines 2 hrs. 241, Business Writing 3 hrs Elected president Of the association was 370, lobor Economics and lobor Relations 3 hrs. Dr. Jack Leckie of Huntington, who re- «2K£ubik Administroiion 3 hrs. places outgoing president Dr. William E. 5?*!!*!*7 _, «.. j TJ -L KI M ' *-' r 9 onjc \_nemrsTry j nrs. Gllmore Of . arKerSCUrg. 301U Oroonk Chemistry loborotory 1 hr. Chosen president-elect was Dr. John J. ECONOMICS MahOOd Of Bluefield; Vice-president, Dr. 370, lobor Economics ond labor Relations 3 hrs. BloV«J* 7-8:40 TT 130 5:30-6:45 TT 316 7-8:15 TT 316 5:05-6:45 Tu 115 7-8:50 Tu 318 7-9:45 Tu 122 7-9:45 Tu 306 5:05-7:45 Tu 121 7-9:45 Tu 133 7-9:45 Tu 319 ART 100, Drawing 3 hrs. 342, Creative Expression in Applied Arts 2 hrs. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 241, Business Weiting - 3 hrs. 350, Principles of Insurance 3 hrs. ENGLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. 102, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. 241, Business Writing 3 hrs, 270, A Survey of English Literature 3 hrs. . HISTORY 251, American History, 1492-1865 3 hrs. MATHEMATICS 271, Introduction to Modern Mathematics 3 hrs. MUSIC 121 AM, Group Guitar 1 hr. NATURAL SCIENCE 201, General Physical Science 3 hrs. SOCIAL SCIENCE 201, An Intro, to Social Science 3 hrs. SOCIOLOGY 321. Juvenile Delinquency : 3 hrs. Mullins Mullins Wells Jordan Cyrus Cole Wells Cyrus Dean Pecsok Lewis Adkins Street Cline 6-9:45 W , 304 . 7:50-10:30 VW 126 7-8:40 W 401 7:50-10:30 W' 120 7-9:45 W '218 ' 5:05-7=45 W ' : 129 5:05-6:45 W G'-ym 5:05-6:45 W Gym 7-7:50 W P E B 110 6-9:45 W PEBli'O 6-7:40 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 W 5:05-6:45 W 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 W 3 1 6 , - 13O - ' 13O' '. 130 1 '-'. ' 130'r 103 I 115 i 323 ; 306 5:05-7:45 W 121 5:05-7:45 W 122 7-9:45 W 102 5:05-7:45 W 120 7:50-10:30 W 223 5:05-7:45 W 223 5:05-7:45 Th 125 7-9:45Th 126 7:50-10:30 Th 306 5:05-7:45 Th 304 7-9:45 Th 305 7:50-10:30 Th 102 5:05-7:45 Th 103 5:05-7:45 Th 402 7-9:45 Th 120 5:05-7:45 Th 306 7-9:45 Th 129 7:50-10:30 Th 304 7-8:40 TT 130 5:30-6:45 TT 316 7-8:15 TT 316 7-9:30 Th 115 7-8:50 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 318 134 404 7:50-10:30 Th 121 5:05-7:45 Th 121 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 F 9-11:55 1-3:55 1-3:55 9-11:55 1-3:55 9-11:55 1-3:55 9-11:55 1-3:55 9-11=55 1-2:45 9-11:55 9-11.-55 9-11:55 133 122 322 223 317 317 130 103 121 305 125 120 305 316 115 134 120 305 //loss. Brown Brown Blakeslee Harris D'Silva D'Silvo The convention began on Wednesday and eoded Saturday night 3hrs. 7-9:45 MW 314 325 5.05-7:45 W 126 7JO-10:30W 126 7-9:45 W 307 7-9:45 W 306 5-5-.50W 6 6-7:40 M 134 6-8:45 W 124 7-9:45 W 307 545-0:45 W 314 5K)5-7:45W 216 FALL SEMESTER TELEVISION CLASS Economics/Geography 305, Economic Gtorgrophy, 3 hrv, liebte, telecast 6:30-7 a. m. Saturdays, WCHS-TV, Channel 8. Charleston, brainnina September 6. FALL SEMESTER RADIO CLASS Sociology 300, Principles o» Sociology. 3 hrs.. light, broadcosl 8:30-9 p. m. Sundays, WCHS Radio. Charleston, beginning September 7. FwfvtfcrhfirMtiM,CMtet ta.2S 53*431 p. a Rtrre Incy frhft .1a, 25314 T

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