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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Charleston, West VirginiaBy Richard Grimes of the Dally mail staff had state republicans pre enter a formidable opponent to i. S. Sen. Robert c. Byrd ear or in the year vice president Piro Agnew misfit have visited West Virginia to Campaign for Lim. Tom Potter state Republican chairman brought this out Fri a during a news conference. Upon questioning Potter said in state executive committee contacted Agnew s office about etting the vice president Here before the november election. At the time however West Irginia republicans had no candidate to oppose Democrat Byrd for the u. S. Senate. State republicans were in muzzle loader sharpshooters it was a Little Damp for priming muzzle loading rifles today but that did t deter dozens of Rifle buffs from several states who began shooting Competition Early today. On the firing line in this picture is Buckskin Clad c. B. Burriss Center. At left is w. L. Clay and at right or. John Haleyjr. Sponsor of the event in Putnam county is the Mountaineer Flintlock mail photo by Earl Benton. Civitano told business must respond to Public disenchantment a social economic revolution is Mot just food and clothing but at hand in the United states providing skills and economic changes must occur. The Busi Opportunity to All the people of Community of Charlesto the United Pierce said. Repeatedly urging the business Ness can and must direct that change. These Are thoughts expressed Community to become involved yesterday before civitan club Shopo is members by Derrill Pierce executive director of the commit tee of 100. He said it is perfectly evident that a great number of Young people and some of the older Pierce things there is tremendous Opportunity for Industrial develop ment in West Virginia if we get serious. Technology is available to is metro government. We need to take a Good Loo at he said and see if it can t meet our needs better than our presen government. There is no Doub that metro government is a log ical alternate to what we hav Pierce told the Civitano Thi accomplish almost he i Industry passed West Virginia up ones Are disenchanted with so priorities. Said. We must rearrange our once but that completion of the interstate Road system will give civitan piety with our with business. It is time for the business Community to respond to the Challenge that is being mounted to our sys a Tern. We have got to prove that our institutions Are both responsive and responsible to the needs of our Pierce said. He pointed out that he was re iia Licu Ami Iwu. A institutions and1 near the top of his priority list i the state a second Chance. Harass continued from Page one tonalities Between some of the individuals meanwhile atty. John l. Boettner jr., an opponent of the proposed 1-77 routing said he too had been receiving har Assing Telephone Calls. He added that he and the Legal Aid attorney a. Andrew Macqueen Iii began receiving Ferring to churches High schools the Calls at about the same Agnew state visit ruled out by late naming of Byrd foe sat., sept. Cfaatle0ton daily of frail Ormed that Agnew was Confin no his campaigning efforts to Enate candidates who had a Good Chance of winning. Potter Aid Charleston mayor Elmer Dodson had not yet been picked o oppose Byrd. The chairman said it is most unlikely that Agnew will come before november not because he does t think Dodson can be a Winner but because his sched ule already is fixed. Potter said president Nixon informed the gop that he would vicars of Pessi mists nattering nabobs of be and other opponents banana chairman Potter admitted that while the state republicans can use Money for the Campaign the party is not in debt like state democrats. The alter according to chairman Rudolph Ditrapano is still about in debt. Potter pointed out though that the Mere fact the republicans in West Virginia Are out numbered Means larger contributions will be needed. He added that no Flower fund Type operations Are being conducted to his knowledge and he vowed of newsmen if you hear of any let me Potter said that gov. Moore planned a heavy Campaign schedule for the coming elec Tion since the governor placed great weight on getting what he considers a better legislature. Potter said Moore plans to visit All or most of West Vir Ginia s 55 counties prior to the election. He said that mrs. Moore also was planning a heavy Campaign schedule. The chairman predicted that several High ranking National figures possibly Cabinet Mem Bers will visit West Virginia to help in the Campaign. Potter said he thought the republicans could pick up 15 to 20 seats in the House and May be six in the state Senate. He said the gop slate in his 10 years of association with the party is the Best. He added he has been told by others it is the Best in 20 years. The democrats presently control both houses in the legislature fiery 1964 rebel Back at Berkeley Berkeley Calif. W Mario Savio Bushy haired and fiery Leader of the 1964 free speech movement that gave birth to a new dimension of Campus protest says he is re entering the University of California. Savio now 27 and still Bushy haired was asked by a newsman Friday whether he would the Berkeley Campus political Arena. He replied i am going Back As a a University spokesman con firmed Savio has been readmitted As a Junior in biological sciences for classes which begin oct. 5 for the Dent Campus. In applying for readmission or. Savio provided Clear evidence of serious interest in pursuing academic studies at the Man said. Savio gained the spokes International us jul Nuovo a i the House 63-37 and the Senate notoriety in december 1964 As 22 to 12. The democrats have the Young Man speaking from controlled the legislature for the past 40 years. Speak out forums set for senior citizens the roof of a police car con Taining an arrested student which has been surrounded by protesters. He subsequently led a sit in at Sproul Hall where 770 arrests were made of students and no students. Many observers consider the free speech movement to be the gently in a Telegraph Avenue Book store. He has avoided publicity recently and when asked about his plans he said Only when i have something to say you will know about unlike his student activism Days he was reticent in an interview Friday. Dunbar Bond Issue passes first Reading Kanawha will join West Vir Ginia s other counties next week senior Center not actively Campaign for november election and said he Elt he could Best help his party through his work at the White Louse. Agnew besides being the Sec Ond High official of the land has attracted much attention in re cent months with his Tongue washings at Young protestors radicals liberals opponents of he Vietnam War opponents of the Nixon administration the news Media parents who Don t discipline their children child Ren who Don t obey their parents and weak College Nistra Unity to speak out about their concerns. The Community forums Are being conducted in connection with the 1971 White House con Terence on aging in Washington d. C. Jim Frampton executive director of family counselling Aid the purpose of the Community forums will be to obtain lews from older residents about their needs and the prob Ems experienced in trying Jors. Agnew s savvy has turned him into a great fund Raiser for the party. Crowds have packed Falls and paid dearly to hear him Call kids liberals the forums Are being sponsored by the West Virginia com Mission on aging. The state Agency is being assisted by no decision on suspended Nitro officer s Appeal the Nitro civil service com Mission considering an Appeal of it. Dana Johnston on his recent suspension from the Nitro police Force failed to reach a decision last night after two hour session. Paul c. Hill commission chair Man said the group will study colleges governmental ins Titu a time. Macqueen too has a testimony of the hearing in order tons and All segments of the Busi a timely opposed the routing. I to reach a decision. He said it i rain Othna Tioco May take a week before a transcript of the hearing is available Ness Community. There Are All types and All kinds of our Young people say the institutions Are in capable of response. I say we Are capable. The time has come to demonstrate that response capability. We can t afford to be we started getting these Calls about aug. 3. We received them every Day usually late at night until aug. 10. On aug. 12, Boettner added the Telephone Calls began and we received them every Day until aug. 25. I have the rain contributed in car s plunge Over Riverbank South Charleston police said rain Slick Maccorkle Avenue was a contributing cause to a one car Accident yesterday in which a vehicle plunged to the Edge of Kanawha River. Patrolman f. Jones or. Said _ car driven by Earl Holstein 20, of 140 Miracle drive St. Al bans skidded on the wet High Way and went Over the Bank a the West end of South Charles ton near Upton Creek. Property damage was estimated at there were no in juries. The Accident was reported at . Holstein was travelling West at the time of the mishap. Foj 1 u county Extension staffs depart-1 Kennedy Center 201 Donnally ment of welfare and churches just. 1 p. M., department of Wel Frampton explained the last White House conference led to passage of the medicare pro ram for elderly citizens and passage of the older americans act by Congress. The area schedule of meetings follows Valley Milij. Afraid of change. This is a nation j exact times i received the Calls. Any Amateur detective of Laws and we must obey the Law and live by the Law even when it is wrong because we could see the same pattern store cd and a decision can be made. Johnston was suspended aug. 21 for two weeks for allegedly disobeying an order and for Leav ing town without securing a War rant in an Accident where a death occurred. He is appealing the suspension and asking that his be re Velj Tali Rul have the capability to change the used in these Caj they Law by the he added. There is no question about in equities in our system he said. The real answer however is would Call late at night and when i answered there would be silence. Occasionally there would be a sinister on aug. 25, Boettner said he and Macqueen went to the Telephone co. And asked for a tracer device to be put n non their telephones. Due to the continued from Page one shortage of devices Only one available. Boettner said trailer until Birch died on March 15, 1967. The original benefactors of the oilman s will the Temple Baptist Church american Bible society american tract society american Baptist Home Mission society and the ministers and missionaries Benefit Board claimed the new will was illegal. The organizations produced testimony about mrs. Birch s six previous marriages her conviction of murder in 1947 and events that led her to become Birch s private nurse. They claimed she coerced Birch and his former wife who died in 1966, to hire her was he and Macqueen agreed it would be placed on Mac Queen s Telephone. Boettner said As if the caller knew that the tracer was installed there were no More phone Calls until sept. 9. I really Don t think that these Telephone Calls to Hayne Macqueen and Boettner Are related to the interstate Contro very. It appears to be that some perverted person enjoys harass i ing people for the Sake of har Nixon May visit Tito for 2 Days Belgrade a presi Dent Nixon will arrive in this capital of communist Yugo Slavia sept. 30 and stay two Days a reliable yugoslav source disclosed today. Foreign observers in Bel Grade had previously speculated that the visit might be limited to brioni president Tito s secluded vacation Island in the Northern Adriatic. Barron sues aide for loan default by the associated press a suit seeking payment on an alleged defaulted loan payable Tex gov. W. W. Barron and i. Wife Opal Marie Barron was filed Friday in Kanawha common pleas court. The suit filed by associated developers International inc. Named Curtis b. Trent and his wife Ruth Mae Trent As defendants contending that Trent defaulted on a note Able to Barron and his wife. Trent worked As an administrative aide to Barron. In addition the suit charges that the defendants also executed a deed of Trust to secure ment on the note and that when Semor an oppor m from a. Department of Sci Marc ii Fisic ot., it lflt6r Krupp cd out w ii Brooks Manor 23 Brooks the University and was denied Jwill be voted on nov. 3, if the i i i nil Inanna in Annan Van Dunbar City Council at a Spe Jacial meeting thursday night approved the first Reading of an ordinance establishing an i of Tor rate i Start of student protest tech Jolo general Revenue Bond Issue. Uhf us. In part inn do Thinh win ill non that have spread the Bonds which would pro across the country. Aide the City s share of the Mon later Savio dropped out of by for Dunbar Plaza project a. Tuesday Kanawha Valley senior Center beginning at a. M., Kanawha City senior Citi Zens Center Village Chapel presbyterian noon department of welfare 2 p. M., red Cross chapter House 201 Duffy St., 2 p. Wednesday Littlepage senior citizens 1818 Allebach ave., Luc u111y cd Olla Oliu re admittance to in 1966 after ordinance is approved his arrest during Demontra Alfill them. To beginning at a. M., depart ment of welfare and Union Hail 5500 Maccorkle ave. Be 2 p. senior citizens a of team 204 Daniel Boone drive beginning at a. M., tons against Navy recruiters on Campus. In 1968 Savio ran unsuccessfully for the state Senate on the peace and Freedom party ticket. Since then he has been a familiar but relatively inac Tive figure in the Berkely Community working until re permit to mine in Monongahela sought again a second Reading will come up at next thursday s Council i meeting. I City attorney John Poffenbarger said the Bonds if approved would be retired through cur rent levies. Payment would be i a year Ever a 34-year period. 3 shoplifting i cases settled municipal court judge John Charnock disposed of the follow ing shoplifting cases yesterday i Doris Estep 30, of if Are 2 p. Service professional building Quarrier Bream St., for on f Vav if 2 Hij Kanawha Valley senior tonal Forest on shavers Fork Center 10 a. Chesapeake the form Ata has Tharon forfeited Bond d lifting a pair at from Pic Way shoe i Mart on Washington Street town Hall 2 p. In Mercer Jailbreak Martin four other escapees at Large Dona Post a its Appeal of state denial of an Barbara 24 of earlier application. 6 it h f i cd to appear the company applied Early pc shoplifted Ster this year for a permit to reopen Otner 4rchandise and operate an underground i m mine on the fishing Stream. The forfeited Bond posted by mine has been closed is n c a h f Charleston shortly after world War ii. H f n d t on the water resources he Worth of the department of natural rom Youngs resources denied the permit store grounds the _ mine was Likely Charnock continued Princeton a police continued to search today for William Rabbit Martin sentenced to life imprisonment thursday As a habitual Crimi Nal and four other prisoners who escaped from the Mercer county jail Friday. Martin 41, sentenced on a charge of burglary in the Rob Bery of from a Blue considered armed and danger Ous by state police. A fifth Escapee Otis Vest 22, Princeton was caught by deputies late Friday afternoon along . 20 in Mercer county. Police said Martin and five others fled the jail in a Jailer s car about 6 . After one of the escapees pulled a gun on Deputy juju a Iii Nativ Tuitui Bucu Umu degrade water Quality in the ctr a r i _ r Grant Edward Bridges 19, of made at the site including pro vision for water treatment. Entering. As the officer entered the area youths attack Rob 2 in City an employee of Golden Flake to polls sunday Stockholm a Cam a. Paining in Sweden s National the escapees then disarmed j election ended Friday night another Deputy locked him and with a close contest predicted several jail employees in a cell Field Coal operator s Home is Between the Shower room and Block swedes will go and Cut All Telephone wires. Between Premier Olaf us palme s social democrats and those at Large besides mar their non socialist opposition. Tin Are Eugene Cole 36, Bois a if a right of Center coalition Sevan a. Clayton Carraway s. Charleston Man Dies in Jet crash Rosalia Wash. A it. Roy r. Littky or. Of South Charleston w. Va., was one of two men killed thursday in the crash of a Navy a-6a Jet Trainer near Here the Navy reported. The aircraft was based at Whid Bey Island naval air station near Here. Three boys grabbed her purse and assaulted her while she was waiting for a bus. Bridget Hardman of 711 Washington St. W. Told officers she left the bakery about p. Home. 56, Matoaka Ron Williams 25, Princeton and Michael Kade. The men fled the jail in a a 1963 four door Sedan. At two of them were armed. Martin is one of four persons who have been convicted of involvement in the january Bur Glary of the c. A. Clyborne m. And walked to the Corner of Staunton Avenue and 35th Street to wait for a bus. Two youths in one car crash Rex Massey 19, of Seth suffered facial lacerations Early to Day in a one car Accident on u. Mem on me Uuie Auu Tuiai. Wucki foil the property was defaulted it approached her and began talk did t bring a sufficient amounting to her she said. I while she was facing them a me Sun demands a third youth sneaked up behind judgment plus it the boy managed to i take the purse. Two of the boys the Money wrapped in 000 packets of Crisp new Bills has never been recovered can upset the social democrats in sunday s general election the chief architect albeit unwilling will be the swedish communist party. The heated tearing on the issues of mount ing tax Bills squeaky tight Money and burgeoning Infra with a television debate by leaders of the major contending parties. Raleigh Man Heads beekeepers Assn. Earl Grogan of Shady Spring Raleigh county has been elected first president of the newly organized West Virginia Bee keepers Assn. Raymond Harvey of Sandyville Jackson county will serve As a member of the group s executive committee. A f lest to the remainder of the taming j Boone youth 4 held to grand jury on Roane Greenbrier military former students meet former Greenbrier military calling police for a Short time flood preparation is it 119 at Lens Creek Moun school students residing in the Charleston area Are invited to an stain. Huntington it the u. S. A 11 e n d a n t s at charleston1 Wei idea in Kiyoo w nue Fulling intending to get control corps of engineers has Hospital said Massey ref the California Fortune lowering Sutton and Summers was brought there at 6 a. Judee Bartlett upheld the will Ville lakes in preparation for private car. He was released after hearing a California Winter flood season. After emergency treatment. Chia Trist testify Birch was Sutton Lake will be lowered Massey told attendants he lost i v. T i informal meeting thursday approached him last night . At Young s diner on Quarrier Street. Drug charges Spencer four of 12 charged with per of the peace David Ltd a Durlic i at the Corner of and f am eur Pete one asked Henry Duvernoy. The latter two by u White Are from new York City Crad the ocal alumni chapter of him for a match Ana Aniie be filers of the Lewisburg school Are was trying to comply i h the Dock added. i Roni most one of the boys hit him circuit j earnings can be added to All certificates withdraw earnings at any time without penalty passbook As a by Hamill president Earl Clen Denin vice president and Mareque tone of the toys him circuit. Judge behind the left ear. Wrote it. The and National said six Oliver Kessel who were a Sun and Moon Sun sets pm Sun Rose . Moon full . Barometer Reading noon .29.20 falling relative humidity noon Friday s temperature Range High 79 at . Low 67 at . Hourly Airport temperature Friday Midnight n saturday 72 1 47 72 2 . 74 3 . 75 4 . 75 5 . A3 m . 68 7 i . U m . 43 a 10 . u 11 a. 45 u a can forecasts tonight Low fitter in clouding sunday with Chan of i Flowers. High in Wright with Lowi in and lows partly Cloudy St Day of Tiew try mostly in 11 . Noon 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 4 . 7 . T . . 10 . 1 . Data from . Weather Bureau so 50 60 forecast mop shews we Thor tomorrow morning hoi Tod precipitation Nat India Ltd Ramult la cat when he fell stunned to the rested will be Given later hear sidewalk the two took from Ings in his Chambers of the his Wallet a wrist watch and a courthouse Here. J ring he told police. Justice Craddock said the four defendants whose cases will be taken before the next grand jury have posted appearance i Ponds. I the raid was staged by police i last sunday. J s s Ohio accused of Price fixing Washington of the government has filed suit against Standard Oil of Ohio Ohio for allegedly fixing prices at stations a Earrin operated by its commission Man i Cui my age Gen John n Mitche. I manslaughter the action was filed Morgantown a an s District court in Cleve 18-year-old new Jersey student d i at West Virginia University has the Justice department anti been charged with involuntary Trust action accuses Ohio of in a Friday traffic caging since september 1968, in death and is free on ,000 Bond combination and con i state Ponce say Joseph a piracy to fix prices at some Loo Liccardi of Emerson is to service stations operated under a appear for a hearing Friday. Commission manager agreement. A passenger on lick arts to .1 mnrt7lc if flexibility other services at first Federal travellers checks free parking All Dav at Curry s parking lot at and Road two hours at parking lot in when you save today at first Federal savings the complaint alleges that the i company and its commission managers agreed to sell gasoline and service station products obtained from Ohio Only at prices on . 199 state police a a i d Tor Cycle Mark Myrvis 18, Connellsville pa., was killed Fri Day when the motorcycle was in i truck i fixed by Ohio. And loan association 231 Mali St. Mervis also was a Wye student

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