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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Charleston, West Virginia Itu u i it Charleston West Virginia saturday morning october the state newspaper 24 2 edition tense and Loose moments arc inter mingled at Marshall University. In the i upper photo state troopers in dark Hel mets and Huntington patrolmen in White there were five of them helmets stand ready As a Cloud of Pepper Gas is sprayed at students left the pavement of 16th Street in the lower photo students relax at the Campus in trance. f rom the grounds of old looking Down fourth Avenue where police Are assembling. Staff photos by Lawrence Pierce cops swung freely Marshall student says by George Steele staff writer Tom Hill heard the sound of running men. At first it sounded like a he said. saw a line of approximately 50 another Story and pictures pm Page 24. Briefly state forecast mostly Cloudy Chance of showers. High in upper 60s or Low 70s. More weather on Page 2. Etc rules hit car sales tricks 7 Florida freezes insurance rates 7 b52s concentrate on Laos .17 Agnew bombs Ada .24 Fri told to find bombers.24 state Pipestem awes visiting writers.17 a Falls in finance department. 24 diseased Trout found in state.24 Marshall blames outsiders .24 comity county others resist fire fee 6 . Goal at 13.6 per cent .24 prices wholesale prices Rose five lengths of one per cent in september the third largest monthly jump this year the government reported the increase was larger than the four tenths Rise previously in a preliminary report for september by us Bureau of labor statistics. The United states Friday ordered two diplomats attached to the cuban Mission to the United nations to leave the country in 48 hours because of activities outside the scope of their duties at the u. N. Note to this effect was delivered to Cuba s u. N. Representative. Kosygin new York times service Moscow soviet officials said Friday that Moscow had decided against sending Premier Al Xei n. Kosygin to the United nations for its Jubilee anniversary session this month because of what they called an officially inspired anti soviet Campaign in the United states. These officials seemed extremely per Turbed by charges made by High american officials and loading newspapers that the soviet Union could not be trusted in International relations. The said that such charges had a very damaging effect on relations Between the two countries. Inside today correction today 2-1 amusements 17 obituary.18 Bridge. 6 sports.13-15 comic Page 16 t-t-t.12 crossword. 16 television. 6 editorials. 4 want ads 18-23 markets r your Horoscope 19 Battle Clad policemen running toward him in a line about 50 Yards Long. Hill a student at Marshall University whose Home is in Charleston and companion Bill where they were. They did t run. They thought that perhaps if. They did the policemen would think that they had participated in the Assembly thursday night at 16th Street and fourth Avenue in Huntington. Hill waited. He intended to Tell the officers that he was merely headed for the dorm and then go on his Way. But before he could say a word Chi said he was knocked to the ground beside the Chain link Fence around that Tennis courts. I looked up and there were five of them around me. It was like my mind photograph just then. Not six not four. But Hill said the five policemen began beating him with their clubs. He rolled into a Ball on his Back and tried to protect his head with his arms. He pleaded with them he said. He screamed i m going Back to the but the beating continued Hill went on. All in All Hill estimated that he was struck about 20 limes. Suddenly the men left Hill tried to get up but discovered that his left Arm and left leg would t fully he wrapped the fingers of his right hand through the links of the Fence and slowly began to pull himself-up., without warning two More policemen appeared behind him. One of at him. Each of them struck him across the Back with a club he said. Then they ran on please turn to Page 2, col. 5 Marshall. Grampus remains quiet cops stay aloof. By Michael Snyder staff writer Huntington an estimated 150 persons gathered on the Marhsall University Campus Here Friday night and when a police confrontation failed to develop they began to disperse. Although a number of police were on duty in Pic neighbourhood they did not appear in groups on the Campus in formation As they did during a near riot thursday night. Michael carny an assistant sociology professor at the University blamed Blun Ders by police for the thursday night confrontation. If they had split up their forces like they did Friday night the crowd thurs Day would have gone Home in carny said. The charge across the Campus by the riot squad and other police was irresponsible and downright dangerous. The police have a patriotic spirit and apparently wanted to try out their riot duty and Only one arrest Friday night was reported by police. It was an unidentified girl accused of hurling a Molotov cock Tail. Police said about four Molotov cock tails were hurled along the streets sur rounding the College during Friday eve Ning but no damage resulted. A number of student leaders were credited with holding Down disturbances through Friday evening by around the Campus and prevailing up on students to keep your by Midnight the Campus appeared to be All quiet. Bell facing new bribery charge a Misdemeanour by Sherl o Dell staff writer former purchasing director John s. Bell was indicted again Friday by a Kanawha county grand jury on a Mise Meanor charge of bribery. The 46-year-old Parkersburg native was suspended from his state Job when the june term grand jury returned a felony bribery indictment against him. This indictment ultimately was Dis missed however because of the slate supreme court ruling on the bribery Law which was in existence at the time. Similar to the felony indictment the Misdemeanour indictment also accuses Bell of receiving gifts from c. W. Sha neen owner of . Chemical co., and Samuel Morehead a Parkersburg sales representative in return for state con tracts. Morehead who was also indicted by the june grand jury was t indicted Friday. His june indictment was Dis missed along with Bell s. Bell is presently appealing his suspension to the state civil service commis Sion he began this proceeding after the june indictment was dismissed. Bell was in the news earlier this week when published reports claimed that an argument Between Goy. Moore and sex finance commissioner Jack l. Miller Over reinstating Bell in slate government triggered Miller s resignation from his stale Post. A new finance commissioner and a new purchasing director have been named to fill the jobs. The prosecuting attorney s office explained that the grand jury was Able to indict Bell on a Misdemeanour because the crime for he is charged All godly took place within a year of the indict ment and thus is cover cd under the statute of limitations on misdemeanours. The grand jury also returned a felony indictment against sex Street commissioner e. A. Mccoy on a falsification of records charge. Mccoy is accused of tampering with City records to conceal the True state of the records and to defraud the City of Charleston. His indictment grew out of an gallon instigated by the Gazette. A Gazette reporter and photographer uncovered a Case against Mccoy which indicated he was using City employees to John s. Bell indicted again e. A. Mccoy indicted build a Home on Elk River working them on City time and paying them with City Money. Another notable indictment was that of Larry a. Brammer an employee of Tho Corner drug store inc., on a fals Ifica Uon of records charge. Please turn to Page 2. Col. 1 Rogers hits soviet strident rhetoric Volpe. Orders Over Mideast Geas Efee violations Washington us Secretary of state William p. Rogers accused Russia Friday of resorting to the strident rhetoric of the cold War in its dispute the United states Over charges of Mideast cease fire violations. Rogers nevertheless expressed cautious optimism at the prospects for peace negotiations in the Middle East and in Indochina. He told a news conference that All or substantially All . Forces will be out of combat in South Vietnam by May 1. He cited this As evidence of the Success of the program which he said should help persuade the North vietnamese they should now begin to negotiate peace. Rogers said he believes the communists in Southeast Asia will accept presi Dent Nixon s five Point settlement propos Al announced this week including a cease fire. One reason for his assessment Rogers said is the Strong support the plan has received domestically and among foreign governments. The Secretary said the soviet Union and other nations were advised of the Nixon proposal in the Hope that they would consider it carefully and do what they could to assist in promoting Paris negotiations. On the Middle East however tic was sharply critical of the soviet govern ment we arc he said. We Are convinced beyond a doubt that soviet personnel Are there to assist in the construction and Manning of those antiaircraft missile he will present evidence of Viola Tion to soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko when the two meet in new York probably a week hence he As far As the soviet Union is con Rogers told the news Confer Encee re not Only in the missile Sites in the 50-Kilometer zone which must have been deployed with if not the Active participation certainly with the knowledge and consent of the soviet arc disappointed in the rhetoric that they Are using rhetoric which is reminiscent of the cold War Days very strident in planes probe Smith too High this tank struck the interstate 64 underpass at Dunbar Friday and rolled off the truck. Dunbar patrolman r. A. Price identified the Driver of the Nick As Earl he Adan of Shelbyville by. No one was injured. Staff photo by Farrell Friend Washington a Secretary of transportation John a Volpe ordered Fri Day a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and the Way the Federal aviation administration regulates it Volpe said the probe was prompted by the 30-death disaster in the crash of a plane rented by Wichita stale University football team in the Rockies a week ago. The Faa has said it. Warned both Wichita state and another school two months ago against using the Small firm flying the took no action to Stop the firm itself. Volpe bypassed the Faa in ordering the pro be and put it directly under control of his office. He named a newly appointed aide adm. Wil lard j. Smith to conduct the investigation. Smith former head of the coast guard was confirmed by the Senate this week As assistant Secretary of transportation for safety. The Faa cracked Down a Day earlier on two Oklahoma City firms that leased the plane and Crew to Wichita state for its ill fated football trip to Utah state oct. 1 in a new development Friday the Faa in Washington said it had indeed warned Golden Eagle in the inspector it named in Oklahoma City contradicted this. The inspector Mel Hanson said contrary to the Faa no one Ever told his office that Golden Eagle was trying to Fly for Tulsa and Wichita state. I did t have any knowledge of he said. Meanwhile two More once mothballed airliners left Cut of the Faa s emergency grounding order against the owner firm surfaced in the growing controversy Over rent a plan flights. In Kentucky air officials said they arc probing a flight last month carrying the Murray slate football team to Fairfield. Iowa. The Martin 404 used was one of those which had been kept in storage along with the ill fated Wichita state plane at Las vegas nev., for two years. Also involved is another Martin 404 used by Golden Eagle to Fly the Wichita state team on its first football trip this fall to

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