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Friday, January 14, 1977

THE MICP-i;GAN DAILY

Page Three

Friday, January 14, 1977 THE MICHGAN DAILY

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Hughes' will a forgery?

TU strike spreads
to Traver Knoll

LOS ANGELES R) - Melvin ready to tell the truth about how
-Dummar, the Utah gas station he got it."
attendant named to receive mil-
lions in a purported Howard RHODEN SAID he asked for
Hughes will, has admitted de- the "grilling session'' with Dum-
livering the document to the mar after handwriting experts
Salt Lake City headquarters of had said that Dummar ad-
the Mormon church where it dressed the envelope contain-
was found. an attorney for the ing the so-called "Mormon will."
executor of the alleged will said,
yesterday. "My own handwriting experts
Harold Rhoden, who repre- told me Dummar wrote that en-
sents Noah Dietrich, the former velope," Rhoden said. "These
Hughes aide named as executor, are the same experts that tell
said he questioned Dummar in me Howard Hughes wrote the
Ogden, Utah, on Wednesday. will."
DeMMAR "cracked," admit-, Rhoden said he would move to,
ting that he not only delivered put Dummar on the witness
the will but addressed the en- stand in Las Vegas, where a
velope in which it was found, court is attempting to determine
said Rhoden. the authenticity of the purported
Dummar denied writing the will that surfaced about hree
hoddweeks after Hughes' death.
will himself or knowing who did,
Rhoden said at a news confer- "I WANT TO bring him to the
ence. He said Dummar gave witness stand where he knows
three or four stories as to how that if he lies it will mean time
he received the will. in prison," Rhoden said. "May-
"I didn't; believe him, and told be that way, we will find what
him so," Rhoden said. "He's not we want to know."

Rhoden said he is not ready
to declare the will itself a phony
until the FBI report on it comes
back.
"What if the FBI report says
the will was written eight years
ago? What if they find finger-
prints of Howard Hughes on the
DUMMAR'S account contra-
dicted published reports that a
"mystery woman" delivered the
will to the Mormon headquar-
ters. Rhoden said Dummar ad-
mitted he went to the church in
or'dinary clothes and asked for
Spencer Kimball, president of
the Mormon Church. When told
Kimball was out, Dummar took
one of the church envelopes and
addressed it and left, Rhoden
said.
The will was in a separate en-
velope inside the church enve-
lope. Dummar admitted he had
once steamed open the inner
envelope and that his finger-
prints probably would be all'
over the will, Rhoden said.

Wilson relates grisly
tale of Arli murder'

(Continued from Page 1)
management and may withdraw
their rent from the TU escrow
fund.
A meeting between Trony of-
ficials and tenants Tuesday
night led one tenant, Carol Kle-
met, to call the affair "a mis-
understanding."

The TU strike against Reli-
able Realty continues to go the
same direction it has gone since
it began more than a year ago-
nowhere. Negotiations broke off
this summer over the issue of
rent control, and the two nego-
tiating teams have not met since
then.

"The strike was not a mis--
understanding by any means," TU CHARGES Reliable with
said TU's Kim Keller. "We ne-i n f e r i o r maintenance and
gotiated with Trony, Trony met harassment of tenants; Reliable
some demands and did not meet claims the TU is carrying on the
others." strike for "political" reasons.
TENANT demands include "There have been no offers
recognition of TU as the collec- by either side. There have been
tive bargaining agent for ten- no negotiations," said Jonathon
ants and a say in the choice of Rose, a lawyer helping-present
maintenance people and ma- rU's case. "I think if there were
terials. serious strike negotiations the
"'We agreed to most of the strike could end in a week - if
demands right off." claimed Art not, there's no telling how long
Smith of Trony. "Our stumbling it could go on."
block doesn't appear to be with "'The wisest thing for them to
the tenants; the stumbling block do would be for them to openly
is with the union leadership." and honestly negotiate with the
A mass meeting of tenants, TU.''
union members and Trony of-
ficials is scheduled for next IN THE meantime, Edith Ep-

(Continued from Page 1)
met Boukai while he and his
wife, Leah Knox, were staying
with friends in the Packard Rd.
area.
"She came over frequently,
doing drugs and drinking beer
with the rest of the gang," he
said.
SPEAKING WITH a slight
Southern drawl, Wilson recalled
one morning when "she (Bou-
kai) gave me $50. She said to
kill somebody. I said who. She
said me (herself). I said 'you
gotta be kidding'."
Boukai gave him a pistol,
Wilson told the courtroom. How-
ever, he maintained that he
steadfastly opposed shooting the
woman, and attempted on sev-
eral occasions to talk her out
of wanting to die.
According to Wilson, the pair
spent time together riding Bou-
kai's motorcycle to the Arb,,
where they enjoyed the sceneryl

and. spoke of Boukai's
for death.

WILSON had troubles of his
own at the time, he told the
court. His life had been threat-
ened on the streets, he said,
and he wanted to leave Ann
Arbor.
On their final foray into the
Arb the night of Sept. 30, Wil-
son said he had a notion to
"scare her out of it." Carry-
ing the pistol for fear of leav-
ing it at his friend's house, Wil-
son recalled walking with Bou
kai when she gave him a "go
ahead" to shoot her, claiming
she was "prepared for it."
Wilson recalled his victim
pleading "shoot me, shoot me."
AT THAT POINT, Wilson testi-
fied firing "two or three shots"
into Boukai. After falling to the
ground, he remembered Boukai
saying "I'm not dead." He shot
her again.

desireI

The next morning, a passing
jogger found Boukai's body.
Wilson said he and Knox fled
jail and cleared of' all charg-
whose keys Boitkai had given
him before the shooting. It
wasn't until Nov. 2 that Wil-
son finally ended his fugitive
flight and surrendered to FBI
officials in Huntsville, Alabama.
Earlier, in a bizarre twist, an-
other Ricky Wayne Wilson was
mistakenly held in Kentucky in
connection with the murder. He
has since been released from
that day with the motorcycle,
es.
According to Carlson, the Pro-
bation Department will now pre-
pare a pre-trial report detailing
pertinent information on the
case, to assist the judge in set-
ting an "educated" sentence for
the crime.
The translucent wings of the
butterfly are made of scales
much like those of the fish.

.

Tuesday.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ENE~ilil0m25%d5%NE~r

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
by 2 p.m Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.F
Friday, January 14, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Technology Assessment;
Donald Michael, "Technology Assess-
ment in an Emerging World," John
Platt, "Social Instabilities and the
Needs for Democratic Feedback De-
sign." 9:50 a.m.
Guild House: 50 cents Soup &
Sandwich luncheon, "Tapestry," A
feminist Counsel Collective, noon.
Musical Society: Jean Pierre Ram-
pal, flutist, Rackham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT.
3200 SAB - 764-7456
RECRUITING ON-CAMPUS
Jan. 17 - U.S. Army Nurse Corps.
and Curtin Matheson Science, Inc.
Jan. 18 - U.S. N vy, Montgomery
Ward & Co., University of Chicago
Hospitals & Clinics, and Energy
Research & Development
Administration.

Jan. 19 - Proctor & Gamble,
and Ashland Oil Co.
Jan. 20 - U.S. Air Force Nurses.
Jan. 24 - University Hospitals
of Cleveland.
Jan. 25 - Chemical Abstract
Services, Oak Ridge National
Laboratories, and Action/Peace
Corps/vista.
Jan 26 - Bell Systems, Proctor &
Gamble Distributing Co., Action/
Peace Corps/Vista. and
Libby-Owens-Ford Co.
Jan. 27 - Rike's and
Action/PeaceCorps/vista
Jan. 28 - First Chicago Corporation
and Leo Burnett U.S.A.
Phone 764-7460 for information on
the following:
The Burke Marketing Research Fel-
lowship will be awarded to one or
two students who are deeply inter-
ested in a career in marketing re-
search. Applicants should have high
levels of academic achievement in
the behavioral sciences, as well as
marketing, quantitative analysis, or
other business-related majors. Appli-
cations must be received no later
than March 15, 1977.
Qualified seniors with backgrounds
in Physics and' Electronics are invi-
ted to apply for participation in
findamental cosmic ray research.
Following a training period during

the summer, each observer will
spend a year in residence at one of
the field stations in the South Pole,
McMurdo Sound, or Thule, Green-
land.
Applications are being accepted for
three internships beginning July 1,
1977 for the Phoenix Management
Intern Program.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB -- 763-4117
Deere & Co., Moline, Ill., will in-
terview Jan. 19 from 9-5. Openings
for Soph./Jr. Level in Mech./Ind.
Engr., Accounting, business systems.
Register in person or by phone.
Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh Air
Soc., will interview Mon., Jan. 17
from 9-5. All positions are open at
this point. Register by phone or in
person.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 85
Friday, January 14, 1977
Is edited and managed by students
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phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published d a i l y Tuesday through
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Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription
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ters); $13 by mail outside Ann
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Summer session published Tues-
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Subscription rates:$6.50 in Ann
Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann
Arbor.

stein, owner of Reliable Realty,
has sold several of the striking
properties.
in a brief submitted to the
city planning commission during
a November hearing on a lot
partition, Epstein's lawyer,
Steve Garris, stated that she
and her husband "no longer
wish to have the worries and
uncertainties which accompany
rental property. They wish to
sell the property so as to have
a stable income and peace of
mind."
Epstein could not be reached
for comment on the, strike.

FRI .-SAT.

JAY UNGAR
AND
LYN HARDY

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THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
and THE DANCE DEPARTMENT

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Attention
TAMARACK
STAFF
" PRESENT STAFF
W. FORMER STAFF
" PSEUDO STAFF
" STAFF PRETENDERS
Our recruiters will be on
campus Monday, January 17
and Thursday, January 27,
1977 at the S.A.B. Summer
Placement Office. Please call
Mrs. Cooper, 763-4117, for
on appointment or applica-
tion.

3.00 '
Jay Ungar has been
the lead fiddle for
the David Bromberg
Bond and Cat Moth-
er and the All Night
Newsboys.

PRESENT
JAVANESE DANCE CLASSES
Guest artist-in-residence: SOEDARSONO

He and Lyn were half of the Putnam String
County Band and Lyn is an excellent songwriter
and singer. They appeared in the Power Center
Benefit Concert last Summer. Their music is
w a r m, powerful, insightful and technically
brilliant.

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JAVANESE
JAVANESE'
Information:

FEMALE DANCE.....MWF 9-10
MALE DANCE ...... T Th 10:30-12
Dance Department, Barbour -Gym, 764-6273

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BACHOFFEN
Duo Concertante in F Major
RUTH DEAN CLARK, harp
JOHN MOHLER, clarinet
Associate: CAROL LYON, cello continuo
CHOPIN
Sonata in G Minor for Cello and Piano
JELINEK-GURT Duo

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Befit Midrasli
COURSES IN. JUDAICA
HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS ........... Mon. & Wed. 7:00-8:30 p.m.
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW ............... Mondays 8:30-10:00 p.m.
HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB/
ADVANCED HEBREW ...............Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
JEWISH COOKERY ...................Sundays 3:30-6:00 p.m.
TORAH AND HAFTARAH CHANT ........ Thursdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
BASIC JUDAISM....................Mondays 7:00-10:00 p.m.
JEWISH VALUES ................... Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
POLITICS AND PARTIES THAT
SHAPED THE BIBLE.................Mondays 3:30-5:00 p.m.
MISHNAH B'RACHOT .................:Mondays 8:30-10:00 p.m.
TALMUD SANHEDRIN .................. Sundays 4:30-6:00 p.m.
THE ROLE OF WOMAN IN JUDAISM ...... Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
MIDRASH GENESIS RABBAH ............ Thursdays 6:30-8:00 p.m.
ISRAELI GOVERNMENT AND
CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ISSUES .:. Thursdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
AN INTRODUCTION TO CHABAD
CHASSIDISM ....................... Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.
TOPICS IN AMERICAN JEWISH
HISTORY :....................Mondays 7:00-9:30 p.m.

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