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he saw Ray at the service station since
has been identified as having been
miles away from the station himself.
* Concluded the FBI's investigation
of King's assassination was flawed by
not making "a concerned effort to
check the possibility of a Ray family
conspiracy in the assassination."
* Arthur Murtaugh, a former agent,
said the idea that anyone beyond Ray
was involved "was pooh-poohed from
the very beginning. . . . The bureau
decided 24 hours after King was killed it
was not a conspiracy."
" Concluded there is no sustance to
speculation the FBI was directly or in-
directly involved in King's murder,
even though the FBI-admits harassing
the civil rights leader.
The supposed $50,000 bounty con-

sp tracy theorized

spiracy in King's assassination rests on
the testimony of one man, Russell
George Byers, who describes himself
as a St. Louis antiques dealer.
Byers testified that in late 1966 or
early 1967, a now-dead St. Louis patent
attorny named John Sutherland offered
him $50,000 to "kill or arrange the mur-
der of Martin Luther King."
Sutherland wore a Confederate-style
hat and made the offer in a house

decorated with Confederate flags,,
Byers swore, and said the money would
be raised "by a secret Southern:
organization." Byers said he rejected
the offer and heard no more about it.
TE HE COMMITTEE'S chief in-
vestigator, Edward Evans said an
exhaustive search was "unable to show;
any direct link" between Ray and the
supposed $50,000 offer.

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of the monsoon season. The United
Nations High Commissioner for
Refugees says up to 40 per cent of the
75,000 boat people thought to have fled
Vietnam since the 1975 communist
takeover may have perished at sea.
Since November, up to 500 boat
refugees a day have been arriving in
Malaysia. Most are ethnic Chinese, who
dominated Vietnam's merchant class
before 1975. There are reports that the
Vietnamese consider them un-
desirables and are letting them buy
their way out of the country, a charge
Vietnam denies.
IN THAILAND, the English-language
Bangkok World said yesterday that 330
ethnic Chinese refugees from Vietnam
had arrived off the southern Thai coast,
having survived for days without food
and other supplies.
They reportedly told officials Viet-
names authorities gave them food and
fuel and towed their boat into inter-
national waters.
TH E MIC111G A ai,
Volumie IXXXiX .No. 72
Sunday, 1Decemb er.,, 1978
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 76i4-0:62. Second class
postage is paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published daily Tuesday throug) 'inda ymorning
during the Univecrsity year at 4120) Mayxniard Street,
Ann Airbor. Michigan 48109. Subscr iptionria~tes: $12
Sptmbertihrough Apr ii 2 semesters):$13pbymail.
outside Ann Arbor.
Summer session published Tuesda y t hrough
Saturday morning. Subscription rates: $650 in Ann
Arbor: $7,00 by mailoutside Ann Arbor.

Hpme Affairs Minister Ghazali said
the United States should take the lead in
solving the problem of what to do with
the refugees "since the problem started
with the U.S.," a reference to the In
dochina War. He said the American
territory of Guam in the West Pacific
could serve as a center for processing
refugees.
More than half of the 16,000 Viet-
namese refugees who have left
Malaysia for other countries have gone
to the United States.
Malaysia says it does not want the
Vietnamese as permanent residents
because they would not fit in with the
country's Moslem Malay majority.
Daily Off .' l Bulletin
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1978
iDailv Calendar:
Kelsey Museum: Merrianne Timko, "Guardians of
the Nile: Sculpture from Karanis in the Fayounli
1250 B.C-A.D. 4501", Kelsey. 2 p.m.
MOND)AY, IDECEMBER 4. 19)78
Dailv Calendar:
Health Behavior/Health Education: Karen Roth;
"Values: You and Your Client iA WORKSHOP FOI
Health and education students, professionalsi
Vaughan Lounge. 1 p.m.A
Applied Mech/Eng. Sci.: Y. Y. Yung, Oakland-U1
"The Role of Optical Methods in Experimental
Mechanics," 214 W. Eng., 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: D. Meyer, "Ultraviolet
'Photoionization Cerenkov Counters." 2038 Randall
Lab., 4p.m.

From the new
CLOSE TOq )PE
Contomporarv Linger:ie
Catalog
In the French tradition. The
Madeline. This delightful camisole
and tap pant ensemble by Formfit
Rogers is just one of the many se-
lections in the exciting new Close
To Me catalog. Red with black lace
trim in softly sensual nylon tricot.
CAMISOLE - Sies 32.34.36 $14.
TAP PANT - Sizes 5.6.7 S9. add
$1.75 postage. Mi. residents add 411&
sales tax. Visa. Mastercharge ac-
cepted. No C.O.D. 's.
Send for our free catalog of elegant
contemporary lingerie.
CLOSE TO (IPE
Dept. AA, P.O. Box 155
Holt, Michigan 48842

The Ann Arbor Premiere of Agnes Varda's 1977
ONE SINGS, THE OTHER DOESN'T
With feminine insight and feminist ardor but without heavy handed
political statements, Varda has made a very warm movie about women
and human relationships, following the friendship of two women over a
period of 14 years. Lovely music is sung throughout this lovely film.
VALERIE MAIRESSE and THERESE LIOTARD star in French.
TUES: SAMURAI SPY (free at 7'& 9:05)
WED: CITIZEN KANE (free at 7 & 9:05)
THURS: Rossellini's OPEN CITY

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