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Vol LXXIX, No. 54-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 30, 1969 Ten Cents

Four Pages

Study group named

for

natural resource school,
By MARTIN HIRSCHMAN
Vice President for Academic'
Affairs Allan F. Smith has ap-
.- pointed twelve faculty mem-
bers-including five from the'
natural resources school - to
conduct a review of t h e
school's program.
Dean Stephen Spurr of the
t> graduate school was named chair-
man of the committee. Spurr was
dean of the natural resources
school before his appointment as
head of the graduate school.
In addition, Smith asked Spurr
and natural resources Acting Dean
Stephen B. Preston-also a mem-
ber of the study committee to
name three students to the com-
mittee "as soon as possible." The
-r * .# vice president suggested t h a t
Spurr and Preston make use of
"maximum participation by stu-
dent groups in the selection of
student representatives."
Smith asked t h e members of
VP S ith 1Da p'u the newly-appointed committee to
Sean Sp.~Urr prepare their report by Februaryl
-.,1970.

Murder
search
goes on
Sheriff Harvey
refutes report of
escaped suspect
BULLETIN
County Sheriff Douglas Harvey
and Ann Arbor Police Chief
Walter Krasny flew last night
to Kentucky to interview a man
who has reportedly confessed to
at least one of the area slayings.
The man, whose name was not
revealed, was a r r e s t e d by
Hazard, Ky. police on a charge
of carrying a concealed weapon,
Two young women also were
taken into custody.
By JUDY SARASOHN
The search continues for
the murder or murderers of
Eastern Michigan University
coed Karen Beineman, the
'fifth slain. coed in the Ann
Arbor - Ypsilanti area since
March, but police have not
been able to discover any new,
significant leads.

COEDS AT EASTERN Michigan University Iat left) talk nervously

2(- (1VYEARS? In line with Smith's request, the man. Coeds on the campus are refusing to give their names to news
*'special committee will study the motorcycle who was seen with Beineman before her death. A policea
program of the school, "its rela- by clerks at a wig shop where Beineman and the cyclist were seen
ii tionship to other programs of the
f. C ~~~~~~~~U niversity, and its future growthSicare rgnd ev l p nt "nn
In a memorandum, Smith urged- aV a
committee members "to g i v e
thoughtful consideration to t h e
possibility that the scope of ac-
__ a ' ,tivities of the school mni g ht be
'broadened the better to serve thep rt s v
may double dia m~oftdyan tooroo* ~~ LO rotest Harv
White Panther leader John Sinclair's 9/2 to 10 year 3Is addition to Preston. mem-
prison sentence for possession of marijuana may be doubled, the natural resources school are
the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said yesterday. Professors Stanley A. C a in, the six other slain young women lack of appreciation of his ef-
Charles W. Cares, John E. Bard- On the Ann Arbor area and a forts," said zoology Prof. Robert
James N. Garber, chief of the prosecutor's criminal di-fddg march to the County Jail to pro- Beyer, a member of RECALL'S
vision, said he was researching several questions about a sec- ach, and Fred B. Knight. test Sheriff Douglas Harvey's steering committee. He expects at
Other members of the commit-
tion of state law under which Sinclair was sentenced Monday tee are Spurr, Associate Dean H handling of the murder investiga- least 200 people to participate.
"j__ rttinn xillb ha hld bainnaa ThP vgl ad mrh aanrl

-Associated Press
yesterday in the wake of the murder of EMU student Karen Beine-
men. Meanwhile, police continue to search for the man riding a
artist drew the composite picture at right from a description given
last.
cd set for noon

e searci
radios or dogs were used to catch
the man.
Other reports have indicated
two-way radios were used but
caused so much confusion that
the man was able to escape in

work
RECALL decided to hold the
vigil and march during a mass
j organizational meeting last night
I when more than 75 people
crowded into the RECALL offices
at 203 E. Ann St.

' ".

by Recorder's Court Judge Robert Colombo. W. Farris of the engineering col- suns wi 1oeIIeiV VIm1I a1me II a aai er 'a'i' the underbrush. The group is presently organ-
noon todhy ondtherush. Tspugreduby reportsnthyt rgma-
Sinclair was convicted Monday by a jury of giving two lege; psychology Prof. Donald N. noon today on the Diag. spurred by reports that a man Harvey has continued to deny izing volunteers to collect 15,000
MichaelAfter memorial services for the approached a dummy substituted~ that anyone was seen near the signatures on petitions calling for
marijuana cigarettes to undercover police agents in Detroit Michael, a project director in thegltemeor i lleeo-!forBinemas b bu st yh sng
on Dec. 22, 1966. It was his - - --Institute for Social Research; law grst ny t h win b e on-, fo e s bodyfbum wa al- ravine and not questioned. a special recall election.
Prof. William J. Pierce, zoology! The 'group has already obtained
third conviction for possession musPo m geography Prof. John D. and other local clergy, the march thorities had set up as a trap for Thomas says he believes Har- The grouprhs Tle ote d
third onvictit.0forgposuseum; ageo y Prof. J will proceed to the County Jail. the killer in case he returned to vey's handling of this most recent 10 signte . The thrs mt
f pot. Ilel4ileL Nystuen; and geology Prof. James The vigil and march are being the site where the body was found. sex-slaying will help the RECALL be collected within three months.
Colombo then sentenced him to T Wisone dec hIns e sponsored by RECALL, an organi- Charles Thomas, one of the or- drive, although RECALL organ- Cindy Kleinsmith chair n40o
the maximum penalty under one ezation which is aiming to remove iginators of RECALL, said that izers are dissatisfied with all the RECALL's petition committee; said
section of the marijuana statute. The committeewas cre pa T Harvey from office. even though the trap was set up, sheriff's work-not just his hand- last night the petitions will be cir-
But Garber noted that another nyn response to a request from, The march to the jail is de- there was still no evidence that ling of the murders. culated at shopping centers and
section says a person convicted of LANSING IP)-Motorcycle rid- also because of the dearture in ltybutother public places. The petitions
alsossonfbecause tie ouf' theustwdeparturesh eletin will also be circulated at the Ann
ssesnd foa third time coul ers must wear their crash helmets April of Dean R. K. Arnold. 19 PER CENT REDU1 C iN: Aor Blues Festival t wekend.
be sentenced to a term of 20 to 40 starting Sept. 1, under terms of a University executive ffcrs__this_________weekend.______________
statig Spt 1,uner ers o a University executive officers
years and a $5000 fine. bill signed into law by Gov. Wil- have said they intend to make a Anyone eighteen years or older
*may circulate a petition. However,
Sinclair wa placed on probation liam Milliken. general practice of initiatingmyrutpek.Hs,
after both his previous offenses. Because of a flaw in the pre- broadly-based reviews of the vari-only registered Ann Arbor voters
trikers owin rent cutthmayrsignrone.
Justin C. Ravitz, Sinclair's at- vious law, motorcyclist have been ous academic units at opportune may sign one.
torney, said yesterday she had able to go without the helmets as moments. They have indicated RECALL member on Bowers
moved to appeal the conviction, long as they were carried on the that the departure of a dean would By NADINE COHODAS tually every day there w a s not the eviction trial of Elizabeth said the drive needs students to
Ravitz also said he had moved vehicle. often be a good time to undertake help, because most people inthe
such a study. ~Rent strikers Anya Gender and enough hot water, especially after Huebner, Susan Willis and Mar- campinhvjoswchtkto
to have Sinclair freed on bail .. such a study. Ret!rkr ny ede n 10 p.m. Gendler s a 1 d everytime lene MilewskiReed also argued campaign have jobs which take top
pending appeal, but the four Court "They will just have to move it The request from the natural Annette Johnson Boer yesterday sh m Gendher sha i daeert CnM s M alsomrnued priority and keep them away from
of Appeal judges of Detroit were from the handlebar to the head- resources faculty came in April. were awarded a $125 reduction in she took a shower the hot water that campus Management had the drive. He believes student sup-
at a conference at Gaylord and and that's not a long way," com- The faculty asked Smith to "ap- rent due Campus Management, in th e four-apartment building met its obligations port could give the movement the
could not act in the case.. mented Rep. Loren Anderson (R- point a committee consisting pre- This was the third rent reduc- was using the water.omentum it needs.
'Colombo denied Sinclair appeal Pontiac), sponsor for the measure dominantly of faculty members tion granted in a week of r e n tBoth Huebner and Willis took Beyer said that he is going to
bond on Monday on grounds that Anderson said nurses in inten- of the school, but including facul- strike eviction cases all involving Boer said most of the winter the the stand to explain the alleged approach the group of 35 profes-
Sinclair had a "propensity" to usesive care units of hospitals he has ty from other areas of the Univer- Tenants Union members a n-d girls had to wear at I e a s t two breach of contract by Campus sors who are planning workshops
drugs if freed. visited have complained they had sity." Campus Management. The other sweaters to keep w a r m because Management. Huebner said the for the fall on American foreign
, more work than they could handle As outlined by the natural re- two reductions were for $100 on the heat did not work. She said apartment was dirty when the policy and the Vietnamese war,
ot Morays sid t nclirg Col because of lack of a law requiring sources faculty, the study would $250 due and $35 on $900 owed. she called Campus Management women moved in and testified and ask that th'ey include a work-
ombo has said that Sinclair would the safety helmets. have involved "the options avail- The six-man jury returned the three times to have the heat fixed there were fleas in the living room shop on domestic policy concern-
be eligible for parole in six years. able in present and further pro- verdict after one hour and 25 but indicated it never worked rug and a faulty hot water system ing "law and order" problems and
Ravitz had asked leniency, not- State Police and other law en- grams in the school ... as they minutes of deliberation. District ' properly except for two weeks in for the shower. justice.
ing that Sinclair has a one-year forcement officials, also had urged relate to management and devel- Judge Pieter Thomassen schedul- March. Willis said she had to call Cam- Bowers said that-a research con-
old child and his wife expects an- passage of the lawto'cut down on opment of natural resources, and ed another eviction case, Renken Yesterday Lighthammer testi- pus Management at least twice mittee is working on finding out
other. Sinclair will serve the sn- head injuries resulting frommo-ksto planning and enhancement of (landlord) vs. Mayo for sometime fied that the building on Ann St. before the rug was cleaned, and facts about Harvey previously not
tence - howevei' long it is --at t s the quality of man's environment." today. This is not a jury trial. was serviced by a "gas fired per- then, she added, "the apartment made public. He said a brochure
Southern Michigan Prison at The crash helmet law will apply In the past year, the University In yesterday's p r o c e e di n g s, maglass" hot water heater of "av- stunk." containing this data should be
Jackson. 'to motor bikes as well as motor- has undertaken influential reviews Dwaine Lighthammer, president erage size." He said if' "all water The landlord was called "eight printed within the next few weeks.
"They set me up," Sinclair cylces, and it will include pas- of the educational school, the of Campus Management, testified in all the apartments were on at times" to repair washers and Dr. Edward Pierce, a past Ann
shouted as he was led away. "They sengers as well as drivers. Dearborn campus and the Flint to rebut allegetions made Monday all times, it would not be ade- driers in the 17-unit building, Arbor Democratic Party chairman
don't want me out on the street. Tm campus. In addition to the natural by Gendler and Boer about lack quate, but with normal spacing Willis testified. She said on sev- and present member of its execu-
"They put Huey Newton in pris- apThe ty hel e . resources study, reviews of the role of adequate water and heat in the the heater would be adequate.' Willis She ai on sev anrs m r o i c-
on and it ddnt stop the Black y State Policeof the humaties in the Univer- apartment Gendler and Boer had Lighthammer said he had "on eral occasions she was told by the tive board, is trying to convince
Pa Lghthmme sai hehad oneanswering service that . someone the party to take a stand on the
Panthers. They put John Sinclair The measure was among several sity and of the University's exten- rented on 317 E. Ann St. in apart- or two complaints" about the wa- was coming or the washing ma- issue. Pierce believes that the
in jail and it won't stop the White bill signed into law by Milliken sion programs are presently plan- ment 4. ter problem. chine 'should have been fixed'." party will support RECALL.
Panthers." yesterday. ned. Both girls had testified that vir-

County Sheriff Douglas Harvey
yesterday denied he had con-
firmed reports that deputies had
seen a man early Sunday morn-
ing go up to the ravine, where the
body of the coed was found, and
then run off.
When the body of the EMU coed
was found Saturday, the sheriff's
department placed the area under
a tight security ring. Deputies kept
a hidden watch over the ravine,
located in the woods off the inter-
section of Riverside and Huron
Drive.
The body was taken to Univer-
sity Hospital Saturday evening
and a store mannikin was put in
its place, by County Prosecutor
WilliamD e
Delhey had believed the mur-
derer might return to the place
where he left the slain girl, as
officials believed had been done
in six previous murders.
Although both Harvey and Del-
hey officially deny the reports,
officials in the sheriff's depart-
ment said Monday that a man
was seen to go straight up to the
ravine and then rush off into the
woods. Deputies bolted after him
but were unable to find him in the
woods and undergrowth.
Reportedly, the man was close
enough so that he was able to
touch the mannikin. The deputies
could not catch the man because
once they spotted him, they all
began to talk over their two-way
radios in confusion.
One official said, however, the
man did not go farther than
within 30 feet of the body but
that he appeared to know the
body had been dumped there.
aHarvey also denied reports that
a murder site had been discovered
by Monroe County deputies. "It is
definitely not true," said Harvey.
"If we find the murder site, we
will announce it to the press,"
said Delhey at a press conference
late Monday night.
Except for a revised composite
picture of the young man from
whom Beineman took a. motor-
cycle ride when she was last seen
Wednesday, Harvey reported that
See HUNT, Page 3

MORE FUNDS, BARGAINING RIGHTS

welfare mothers set demands

The county Welfare Rights Committee
(WRC) presented the County Social Ser-
vices Board Monday a list of demands,
including recognition of WRC as the of-
ficial bargaining agent for welfare recipi-
ents and the alteration of the school
clothes allowances.
WRC said that "the ultimate, legal
responsibility for actions of the depart-
ment (of social services) is borne by the
board and cannot be bargained away by
it," but that WRC "ought to be a powerful
factor in the exercise of the board's dis-
cretion."
The board did not take any action on
the proposal and recommended that fur-
ther study be made concerning the legal-
ity of entering into such an arrangement.

The amount of allowance for clothing
should be issued on an "individual deter-
mination" basis, with the recipients deter-
mining how much money their children
would need for clothes, the proposal said.
Included in that proposal is an addition-
al increase in the allowance to permit
recipients more than the present two or
three changes of clothing. Emerson
claimed that because of -the frequency
needed for washing the clothes the
mothers already have, they often have to
hire babysitters or leave their children
alone while they go to wash.
Gloria Fuller of Legal Aid Services said
yesterday that mothers who are attend-
ing training school or have taken jobs
which may allow them to get off welfare

Heat in the apartment is pro-
duced by "forced air heating"
which only requires one thermo-
'stat, currently placed in a f i r s t
floor apartment, Lighthammer
testified. He said heat regulation
was a "matter of cooperation be-
tween tenants."
Monday Judith Preckshout who
lives in the apartment with the.
thermostat, testified she had "at I
least one complaint a week abouts
lack of heat."
In his final argument yesterday'
Brian Urquhart, attorney for the
defense, asked the jurors "to look
at this thing realistically" and de-,
termine if the tenants are "com-
plaining a b o u t triviliaties as a
matter of principle."
"I believe the landlord has lived
up to the lease despite 100 p e r
cent non-performance by the ten-
ants," Urquhart added.
Robert Reed, attorney for Gen-
dIer and Boer, said he believed the:
tenants deserved a rebate in rent+
due because of two major viola-7

city policemen,
By LESLIE WAYNE A police
and MARTIN HIRSCHMAN the scene
Ann Arbor police arrested one, was shatte
person last night during a series people thr
of incidents in which small crowds 'There were
gathered near the Whistle Stop that incide
restaurant on South Forest Ave. People at
near South University. A window mated # tha
at a nearby restaurant was brok- 100 and 20[
en during the night. late area a
Kurt Schwartz said he was ar- arrest and
rested by police at about 10:30 window.
p.m. after he did cartwheels across They sai
the intersection of South Univer- , as 20 police
sity and South Forest where a bor force,
crowd had gathered. time.
Schwartz said police at City Those at
Hall told him he was charged with claimed po
disorderly conduct. He said he was during the
held for about one hour and then charged th

command officer on
later said the window
red when unidentified
ew rocks and bottles.
T no arrests made in
nt.
t the Whistle Stop esti-
t there were between
M people in the immed-
t about the time of the
the breaking of the
d there were as many
e, all from the Ann Ar-
on the scene at that
the Whistle Stop also
lice had harassed them
evening. One person
at a policeman pulled

Crowd gathers at Whistle Stop;

make one arrest

mat if he was really there to do
his wash and forced the person
to show him the machine in which
he had put his clothes.
Rain which began falling at
about 11:30 p.m. forced most of
those near the Whistle Stop to
leave-or take refuge inside.
As late as 1 a.m. some 40 peo-
ple were -packed into the restau-
rant where they sang songs about
marijuana and "pigs" accompa-
nied by a guitar and a tamboreen.
Police at the scene said there
were no laws being broken at that
time, but 'hey left open the possi-
bility that a complaint concern-
ing the level of noise emanating
from the restaurant could result
in some action.

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