Milestones, May 10, 1976

Engaged. William L. Calley, 32, former U.S. Army lieutenant whose 1971 conviction for murdering 22 Vietnamese civilians was overturned, then reinstated by the federal courts; and Martha Penelope Vick, 29, buyer for her father's jewelry store in Columbus, Ga., whom Galley met five years ago; in Columbus, where Galley is now on parole, working for a construction company.

Married. The Rev. James E. Groppi, 45, activist Roman Catholic priest who marched for civil rights in the 1960s, against the Viet Nam War in the early 1970s, and later drove a Yellow Cab in Milwaukee to finance his studies at Antioch's Law...

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