Morgantown Dominion-Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1971, Morgantown, West Virginia THE Sunday January 10.1971 WANTS OUTLAW PYRAMIDING Browning asks consumer protection law W. Va. State Attorney General Chauncey Browning Jr. has called for legislation which West Virginia a strong consumer protection his office to in- allegations of misuse of state unlawful and membership type business schemes and restrict referral type business up an anti trust revolving fund so that the state can proceed to move in numerous Browning also renewed his call for West Virginia REGENTS MEETING Marshall may get president Tuesday W. Va. University still does not have a an athletic director or a football but regents Chancellor Prince Woodard said Friday it is not due to procrastination by the state Board of Anticipation is that the regents are on the verge of naming a new Marshall It could some as early as Tuesday when the regents conduct their lar January meeting Marshall has not had a president since July 1, when Dr. Roland Nelson's resignation became Woodard himself served two months as acting then Executive Vice President Donald Dedmon was named acting president in Dedmon later removed himself from consideration as a prospective new The Huntington school lost its athletic football other staff members and most of its football team in the Nov. 14 air crash which killed 75 persons near Woodard told United Press International that in the case of both president and athletic director committees have functioned at Marshall to screen applicants and that the regents are not interfering with that process. A nine member screening committee was established to search for and screen applicants for the and Woodard siid the group completed its assignment with the submission of two separate lists persons recommended for con- am very anxious and very as is the Board of that the Marshall president question can be resolved in the very near Woodard but he declined to say whether he expects the board to act Woodard explained that the time element has been a serious problem in the search for a new a. president submits his resignation in late or and it takes place at the end of the school he Nelson resigned in early summer when most academic personnel Citizens already are contractually Regents informed the Marshall administration in December that they would make the final decision about the hiring of a new athletic director but not the a change in drug laws on the use and possession of Browning said he believes the consumer miding and state fund investigation bills are the most The consumer protection has a good chance of passing in the legislative session beginning next the Logan County Democrat The attorney general has asked in the past for the consumer protection and fund investigation Browning's consumer protection is the same as one sponsored by the Federal Trade It would establish a consumer protection division in the attorney general's and would provide three investigators to process com- plaints from It would give the division power and would permit the attorney general to seek injunctions when firms refused to correct deficiencies Browning said the was killed in committees in 1969 and in later special and he said if it reaches the floor of the it will He added that the has gained wide public support since it was first He also wants full investigatory including the power to to proceed with recovering state money lost through misuse or improper The will be aimed at business gimmicks that involve chain letter type operations and other similar Browning sid his office has recovered of thousands of dollars in anti trust cases in the past couple and he added that much more can be recovered if he has the funds and the staff with which to Instead of asking the legislature for outright he wants a percentage of recovered suggested 10 per in a revolving fund to pay expenses in expanding operations in his Browning pointed out that he was one of the first public officials to for reduction of penalties conviction of possession or use marijuana but penalties for He said he wanted to renew but was not preparing legislation since he understands several are being Help hurt miners said aim of mine enforcers Strip proposal rapped W. Va. little praise and a little criticism was in order for Secretary of State John D. Rockefeller IV Saturday from the for Environmental The group praised Rockefeller's mining but at the same time criticized his proposal that owners of coal property be compensated for their W.Va. Elmer a candidate for the vice presidency of the United Mine Workers of America in the Union's 1969 charged Saturday that state and federal governments enforce mine laws only it helps coal companies and hurts the After expressing sympathy for the widows and children who survive the 38 coal miners who were killed Dec. 30 at the Finley Coal Co. mine in the running mate of the late Joseph Yablonski coal miners were murdered by a owner and a federal and state government that won't enforce mine health and safety Brown added that the owners and the government must care more for money than they do for coal They can't bear to lose a ton of coal in order to make the mines he Noting the effort coal miners made to get improved mine safety Brown laws could be better but the real problem is that the government is not enforcing the laws we What good is a Mine Health and Law if the government won't enforce only time the government enforces the law is when it helps the coal companies and hurts the You let the working miner strike for safety or black lung benefits or let the disabled coal miner picket for union benefits and you see how fast the government throws an injunction on They force you back to work so the operators won't lose any Brown he it comes to enforcing the law to make the mines safe they won't do it. The same with the miners that are eaten up with black These miners and widows are supposed to be compensated for black lung but the government is turning them down left and government always has lots of reasons why they won't enforce the law when it will help the miner arid his but when the coal companies need like an it's done right Brown A member of the for 34 who is now advised young men not to seek their in coal you are not killed in an explosion or you'll die slowly from some disability caused by the mines and your lungs will be eaten up from coal Brown Referring to the Hyden mine he 38 dead coal miners worked in a coal No doubt they had little or no choice but to work in a scab But had they been in the at least they would have had the protection of a contract and safety and mine All retired and disabled coal miners must be protected by the Publication opposes relaxed abortion law W. Va. Articles in this week's edition of The Catholic the official newspaper of the Wheeling of the Roman Catholic oppose any proposed changes in relaxing abortion laws in West Virginia and the United The paper's Charleston G. J. in a open letter to the West Virginia cautioned lawmakers to give careful consideration to all the facts surrounding bills that would liberalize and permit On an inside members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society Wheeling urged Catholics to write their state legislators and congressmen to oppose what were termed Of the society government is not the arbitrator over life and These bills violate the so called separation of Church and Killing the poor is no way to solve their We believe is the society State native to retain her position on ICC By STEPHEN M. AUG 1971 Washington Star Nixon reportedly is giving serious consideration to reappointing two of the present Democratic members of the Interstate Commerce Commission to new The whose terms expired Dec. are Virginia Mae first woman Laurence K. who is chairman of a Morgantown SUNDAY Mrs. Greer President Published every Sunday morning as the combined Sunday edition of The Morgantown Post and The by the West Virginia Newspaper Publishing Greer West 26505. Second-class postage paid at West January Single 25 cents on Home Sunday only 20 Home delivery Sunday and either morning or evening per Home evening and per SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL where home delivery is not VIRGINIA One daily and one year 00 One daily and six months 00 Sunday one year Sunday six months 55.20 W.Va. sales tax OUTSIDE WEST VIRGINIA One daily and one year 00 One daily and six months 513 00 Sunday one year FOR PHONE 292-3381 ALL OTHER DEPARTMENTS 292-6301 board that specializes in cases dealing with rates and Walrath was first appointed to the ICC in 1956 by President Dwight D. Mrs. a West Virginia was named to the commission in 1964 by President Lyndon B. It is that Walrath has agreed to accept appointment to the two years remaining in the term of the present vice Dale W. a Hardin's term currently expires at the end of 1972. Hardin would be appointed to a full Reportedly there was considerable opposition to Walrath's coming principally from the shipping Shippers are said to have objected because they felt Walrath had been excessively friendly to enabling them to raise their rates too who was recently re- elected vice chairman by the other 10 has been an ICC member since 1967 when he was appointed by Under federal law no single political party may have more than a bare majority of the 11- member which now has 6 Republican It is understood that Mrs. Brown's reappointment is a virtual although Walrath's is said to be GOOD READING INSIDE Honor girl Page 1O-B) INSIDE SECTION A funeral churches Mountain Pennsylvania Pollution U.S. news Weather West Virginia World news INSIDE SECTION B Billy Graham's 6-B Black awareness Courtesy in our news 4-B Taylor County School Honor Honor Hospital James Reston's 6-B Just Between Ida 7-B League of Women Preston County Those Who Serve Washington INSIDE SECTION C Adaline Moore's Area Betty Canary's Bobtown Masontown Mt. 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