Thursday, October 18, 1973
I HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Trrdy Ocoe 8,17 11 IHIA-AL
Woman testifies on
Satanic death pact-
Future Worlds hurt
in 'U' budget squeeze
DELAND, Fla. (,P - A young
woman who said she was the
priestess of a satanic cult testified
yesterday that a California boy
was tortured and killed as a sacri-
fice "to appease the master,
Deborah Shook, 22, of Washing-
ton, N.J., took the witness stand
at the murder trial of a youth she
said was the cult's high priest.
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Oil of California, an industry ob-
An Exxon spokesman, for exam-
ple, said that last year about half
of the international company's
crude oil came from the Mideast.
Meanwhile Sen. Henry Jackson
(D-Wash.) said he would introduce
SHE TOLD a 12-member circuit
court jury that she saw Ross,
Michael Cochran, 17, bound to a
black wooden altar in the base-
ment of a rundown rooming house
last April and later wiped up the
blood after Cochran was taken
David Hester, 17, of Greenville,
S.C., is the first of six persons to
be tried on first-degree murderI
charges in the death of the Fresno,
Police say Coachran was flogged
with chains and slashed with:
broken glass in a satanic ceremony
in nearby Daytona Beach before
being taken to a wooded area
where he was clubbed to death.
SHOOK SAID Hester was the
cult's high priest, "the warlockI
who has the greatest knowledge of
The woman said, "I was he
priestess," second in, command of
the group which at that time had
only three members.
Shook added she was "mrrried"
to the third member, Nicoolas
Frazee, 23, of Dayton, Ohia, ir, a
ritual that required them to have
sexual relations before Hester and
a group of witnesses.
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be Future World's savior.
Although Future Worlds has ten-
tatively s c h e d u I e d Margaret
Meade, Kurt Vonnegut, Ralph Na-
dar, and Jacques Cousteau as
speakers, they cannot extend an
invitation to anyone until they have
some capital to back up the offer.
Even if they find the money, the
classes now scheduled for the win-
ter term will be off unless they
find a professor and department to
sponsor the program.
THE DELAY in finding a spon-
sor was created when, due to a
lack of funds, the Future Worlds
was delayed in developing a pro-
While the University generally
requires classes to be planned a
year in advance, the Future Worlds
classes are being scheduled lessk
than a term in advance.
"Initially, we had some profes-
sors who were interested," says
Grimes, "but they didn't know if
they had the time. Now they've
found out they're too committed
to programs that were developed
a year ago."
MEANWHILE, students are still
calling the Future Worlds' office,
trying to enroll in a course that
doesn't officially exist, and seeking
information on speakers who still
haven't been scheduled.
Future Worlds, having learned
that money makes the world go
round, is facing the prospect that
even a dormitory crusade and
passing the hat from corporation to
foundation might not draw the
The next target, says Grimes,
will be "anyone with money."
said he usedt
. .ii l ln f " t
FIED that Hester
the group's "sacri-
JIL-di .IIht Tril IVII ..UIirdiI UU
emergency legislation today for a lterKtert"ilws oing t
conservation program that wouldn
more than compensate for the I the knife, but it was too dull so
1 h,200,000barrels of oil imported I had to use a log." She said Atlanta's first black mayor, May
daily from Arab nations. i Cochran's sacrifice was "supposed incumbent Sam Massell. In Tues
to appease the master, Satan. The
knife had been blessed with a type --
HIS PROGRAM ranges from theofkierta.
printing of rationing coupons, so aof ritual.
as to be prepared for the possi- Shook has pleaded guilty to Pablo CoasoaUfs
bility of rationing, to a temporary icharges of aggravated battery and
relaxation of air-pollution laws so, Frazee to a third-degre murder
that cheaper grades of fuel can be | charge. Both agreed to testify for
burned in homes. the state and are. under pre-sen- SAN JUAN (Reuter) - Pablo
The program includes manda- tence investigation. Casals, his condition steadily de-
tory reduction of highway speed | Cochran's death came about 18 teriorating, was reported in grave
limits to 50 miles per hour or less, months after Satan worshippers condition yesterday as he battled
increased federal government sub- performed a series of black mass- for his life in Auxillio Mutuo Hos-
sidies to improve public transpor- es, cemetery desecrations and ani- pital.
tation, encouragement of car pools, ! mal sacrifices around Volusia The 96-year-old Spanish - born
and programs to provide for man- County. cellist slipped into a coma Tues-
datory engine t p AT THAT TIME, Sheriff Ed Duff day afternoon, and doctors said
But the major problem the said that he was concerned that yesterday that unless he rallied
United States faces is not in pro- the satanic activities were escalat. strongly he might not survive.
viding for current needs. Arab testncatvte eeeclt
nations have virtually the only ing and "we're going to end up Doctors said Casals had not re-
availablehreserves for future U.S. with a human sacrifice." sponded tortreatment since suf-
power needs and therein lies their Cochran's bound and mangled
real threat. body was found in a wooded area A hospital spokesman said Ca-
about 15 miles from Daytona sals was suffering from pulmo-
WHITE HOUSE Energy Chief Beach, and Police Chief Robert nary edema and a heart condition
John Love, Treasury Secretary P e and that the relapse occurred when
George Shultz and other top Nixon Palmer said at that time, they complications developed.
administration officials all de- must have hated this kid like hell,_ _ _ _ _
clined comment on the Arab move.1 because they really tortured him." I
A first for the South
ynard Jackson, gets a little encouragement from his v
sday's runoff election, Jackson polled 59.8 per cent of th
wife Bonnie after winning the election from
Teachers, school board
drop suits; strike ends
(Continued from Pag01) Milliken said he would appoint a
nation's fourth largest school sys- special panel to consider the issue
tem. on a statewide basis which would'
also be applicable to the Detroit'
IN EXCHANGE, the DFT, repre- case.
senting 10,600 teachers in the coun- Wayne County Circuit Court
try's largest and longest school Judge Thomas Foley has fined the
strike this year, agreed to cancel' union $11,000 a day for failure to
an: unfair labor suit against the obey a back-to-work order. In ad-
board which sought $22 million in dition, he fined Mrs. Riordan and
damages. two other union officers $1,000
"The resolutions mean the schools daily, retroactive to Sept. 27 when
will be open," said John Elliott, the order was issued.
executive vice president of, the Foley has the sole authority to
DFT. dismiss these damage costs esti-
"They agreed to eliminate the mated at $221,000 which were not
punitive damage claim and we seen as a barrier to the start of
said we would drop the lawsuit," classes.
We're looking for part-
time help to promote the
campus market for film
Our rep will distribute
promotional m a te r i a l s,
posters, "free" process-
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S C H 0 0 L Superintendent Dr.!
Charles Wolfe said students were;
to report to class this morning.
DFT President Mary Ellen Rior-
dan said "the board's decision was
acceptable and teachers were to;
return yesterday afternoon to
classes to begin to prepare for the
return ;of youngsters."
Teachers voted Monday night to
accept a one-year contract with thet
issues of wages and class size to
be settled in binding arbitration.
However, at that time, they re-
fused to return to classes until the
damage demands against the union
THE THIRD issue to be defined
in the new pact was that of teach-
er accountability and Gov. William ,
Thursday., October It
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in Brain," Neurosci. Lab Bldg. (corner
Huron & Glen), noon.
Physics: L. Radicati, "Behavior of
Matter in Superstrong Magnetic Fields,"
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Regents: public discussion, 2:30 pm.;
comments, 4 pm.; Regents' Rm., 1st
MHRI, Psychiatry: D. La Berge. U of
Minn., "Attention Control & Memory
Code Acquisition," 1057 Mental Hlth.
Res. Inst., 3:45 pm.
Nuclear Engineering: R. Oswald, Har-
ry Diamond Labs, "High Energy-Density
Effects," 145 Chrysler Ctr., 3:45 pm.
Art, Architecture & Design: L. Kat-
THE UNION said it planned to
appeal the Foley fines charging
they were excessive.
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days of school some Saturday
classes were foresasted with va-
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