Wednesday, October 20, 1976
.THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)-While
jury selection proceeded in se-
cret yesterday in the John Har-
vey Adamson trial, the county's
chief prosecutor said there may
be further indictments soon in
the murder of investigative re-
porter Don Bolles.
S Were close," said Maricopa'
County Attorney Donald Harris.
"We're real close."
HARRIS SAID in an interview
that he believes "five or six or
maybe seven people" still at
large were involved in a plotI
to kill Bolles.
The suspects, he said, are pgo-
ple with money who might have
paid to eliminate Adamson, who
is being kept under tight securi-
ty during the trial.
"We're talking about people
who are pretty well-to-do types,"
he said. "There are people who
will do anything for a price."
I"WE'RE TRYING not to lose
our link in this crime," Harris
said. Such concerns, he said,
explain the extraordinary secur-
ity surrounding Adamson, the
32-year-old greyhound dog breed-
s- er on trial for Bolles' murder.
al- Harris estimated the trial
dy would last three weeks. He said
er a jury should be sworn before
nd week's end.
Although the Bolles murder
nd has attracted nationwide pub-
to licity, Harris said his deputies
d. orosecuting the case are try-
al ing to treat it as an ordinary
e- mirder trial.
al- The 47-year-old Bolles, a re-1
ut porter for the Arizona Republic,
ce was killed in a gangland-style
ng bombing of his car as he drove
,z- away from a Phoenix hotel
he where he was lured by an in-
he formant promising a big story.
The newsman fought an 11-day
ed battle for life before he died
v- June 13.
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Nanyuki, a 60-pound baby rhino, looks like he's about to get separated from his mother Mu-
lenda. Nanyuki was born at the San Diego Wild Animal Park last Friday.
American hanged in Nassau
THE DEVIL'S EYE
Bergman's spoof of the Don Juan legand as it
affects the preverse Swedish temperment. Don
Juan is sent from hell to seduce a virgin in this
highly ironic sophisticated comedy." Jarl Kulla,
Bibi Anderson and Alex Dubery.
THURS: 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
7:00 & 9:05
OLD ARCH. AUD.
NASSAU, The Bahamas (AP) floor under Shobek and send-
- In a common grave strewn ing the doomed man to a cham-
with the bones of forgotten ber below. The rope was then
paupers and murderers, Mich- removed and he was pronounc-
aiah Shobek of Milwaukee was! ed dead by prison physician
buried yesterday after being Victoriano Fermo.
hanged for murder. An official notice of Shobek's
The 22-year-old handyman was: execution, in accordance with
executed for the slaying of Ir- Bahamian law, was then post-
win Bornstein, a New York ac- ed outside the main entrance
countant. It was 29 months ago of the stone-walled Fox Hill pri-
that he confessed to that mur- son, five miles east of Nassau.
der and to the slayings of Ka- Shobek's mother, Juanita
tie Smith, a 17-year-old Detroit Spencer, a Milwaukee cleaning
tourist and Paul Howell, a Mas- woman, stayed home. "There's
sillon, Ohio, lawyer.' nothing I can do now to save
HE SAID then that his vic- him," she had said.
tims were "angels of Lucifer" A LEGAL AID Society law-
and that God told him to com- yer, Thomas Cannon, tried to
mit the murders. halt the execution, pleading with
Shobek was awakened at 6:30 President Ford's chief of staff
a.m. yesterday and had a break- in a 45-mipute telephone call
fast of orange juice, bread, sau- at about midnight yesterday.
sage, grits and coffee, a pri- The lawyer said Ford, who ear-
son official said. lier relayed an appeal from
A short time later, his arms Spencer's mother, could not be-
bound by his side and his feet come further involved in Ba-
secured. Shobek was taken to hamian affairs.
said the U.S. Embassy in Na
sau told him it would costa
most $1,000 to have the bo
embalmed, put in a contain
acceptable to Customs an
flown back to Milwaukee.
"SHE IS A cleaning lady an
simply does not have accesst
those kinds of funds," he sai
Shobek's execution and buri
was conducted under tight s
curity. Reporters were nota
lowed near the prison. Abo
two dozen uniformed poli
manned a barricade, keepin
about 150 spectators and a do
en newsmen away from th
Old Trail Cemetery, where h
The area had been bulldoz
only two weeks ago when gra
es for Shobek and two othe
were dug. The ground was ro
ky and human bones littere
the surface. The corner of a
other pine coffin protruded in
the bottom of Shobek's unmar
A planned demonstration 1
a religious-oriented group d
not materialize, possibly b
cause of heavy rain that fe
during the night and ear
"This is strange," said o
spectator near the cemeter
"The sun always shines whe
someone is hanged."
ANN AUUCU FI [LM CC-CED)
The ANN ARBOR PREMIERE of
ANDREI TARKOVSKY'S 1972
-CANCELLED BY THE DISTRIBUTOR-
LAST TANGO IN PARIS
BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI 1973
AUD. A 7 & 9:30
Marion Brando appears as a sexually aggres-
sive expatriate who embarks on a three day
affair with Jeanne (Marie Schneider), a
young modish Parisienne. The affair is pure-
ly physical, isolated experience, and the
apartment an island in which are examined
certain aspects of human relationships. With
Jean-Pierre Leaud. Music by Gato Barbieri.
"A fim that has made the strongest impres-
sion on me in[ almost twenty years of review-
ing."-Pauline Kael. Rated X.
the gallows room next to the
cell where he had been placed
48 hours before. A black hood
was placed over his head and
a half-inch thick nylon rope
was put around his neck.
A HOODED civilian pulled a
red switch from a closet-like
room nearby, releasing thel
Ms. " - ncer heard the news
of he son's death on the ra-
dio after keeping a night-long
vigil with members of her fam-
Cannon said Spencer's moth-
er had told him she wanted her
son's body returned to Milwau-
kee but could not afford it. He
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Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costingus now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.
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