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Friday, December' 3,197 6

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(Continued from Page 1)
Resources (DNR) has confirm-
ed as historic."
Shepherd said that the Uni-
versity had asked the DNR to
delay official certification of the
buildings as historic. If a build-
ing is so designated, it cannot
be destroyed for any purpose
employing federal funds.

futur
d in a
"That's not true," asserts
Pierpont, responding to Shep-
herd's claim..
SHEPHERD said the Univer-
sity was being "smart" by clos-
ing the buildings down this
month. "This keeps it out of
sight-out of mind," he said.

to

be

Carter asks pal Kirbo to
help prepare draft pardon

nuary
"They're trying to sneak this
by," he added. "But it's per-
fectly normal for a campus,
especially a 'high grade cam-
pus, to care about its build-
ings."
But Sturgis said the buildings
will be closed because the cost
to heat, light and clean them
would exceed $200,000 per year.

WASHINGTON W) - Presi-
dent - elect Jimmy Carter has
asked one of his most trusted
advisers, Atlanta attorney
Charles Kirbo, to help prepare'
the pardon Carter has promis-
ed Vietnam war draft evaders.
Kirbo said yesterday he has
been working on the pardon for
several weeks with the help of
lawyers in his office, and they
are "really just beginning to
develop the form" the pardon
will take.

number of draft evaders and
draft resisters.
Berg's first appearance in a
courtroom was to argue the
case of a war protester before
the Supreme Court. He won that
case and later successfully ar-
gued for the release of a young
man imprisoned after being;
turned down for conscientious
objector status.
Berg said his role in the par-4
don matter is "just to gather in-

yesterday that Carter couple
his pardon with establishment
of a presidential panel to get an
accounting of U. S. servicemen
missing in Southeast Asia,
Carter said during the cam-
paign that a presidential com-
mission should be appointed to
take the Vietnamese up on an
offer to negotiate the release of
MIA information.
Dole said he would introduce
legislation early in January to
create a presidential task force
on MIAs at the same time any
presidential pardon Nt issued.
Iowa's first bridge over the
Mississippi River, was com-
pleted April 21, 1856, and linked
Davenport, Iowa, with Rock
Island, Ill.

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HELD OVER-
2nd Fun-Figied Week
TONIGHT AT 7:00 AND
9:00 OPEN 6:45

IT'S A JOYRIDE INTO FANTASY!

Murder suspect's
hearing' postponed

SHEPHERD, McGuigan and formation for the president-
Gourly have suggested such DESPITE the complexity of elect. I'm not' going to try to
uses as museum and library the matter, including the need influence him, persuade him or
storage space, an alumni cen- to identify the several categor- change his mind."
ter, a theater or a women's ies of people affected, Kirbo
center, and have asked the Uni- said it should be possible for SEN. BOB Dole, the unsuc-
versity to conduct a cost-bene- Carter to act "reasonably fast" cessful Republican candidate:
fit analysis of each alternative. after his inauguration Jan. 20. for vice president, suggested
"It's a marvelous location for Carter hassid he will issue

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week, when he was returned
from Alabama following the
waiver of his extradition rights.
HE SURRENDERED himself
to FBI officials. in Huntsville,
Alabama on Nov. 2, two weeks
after Kentucky authorities mis-
takenly took into custody an-
other Ricky Wayne Wilson, who
has since been cleared of all
charges.
Present in court yesterday
was Lea Knox, the woman po-
lice believe fled with Wilson
following the discovery of Bou-
kni's body in a remote section
of the Arboretum on the morn-
ing of Oct. 1. Knox said she
married Wilson two months ago
and is now pregnant.
Knox, who is staying With
church acquaintances of Wil-
son's in Ann Arbor, said both
she and Wilson were friends of
Boukai's.
"SHE (BOUKAI) used to
come over and see him (Wilson)
a lot," Knox claimed.
Nevertheless, Knox maintain-
ed her husband's innocence, and
denied knowledge of any con-
tract murder arrangement,

which was being investigated b
local authorities.
Reconstri'ctirig their trave
between Michigan and Al
bama. Knox claimed Wilson ha
hitchhiked here from Californ
to see friends, and on Oct.2
hitchhiked with her to Alabam
where Wilson's brother an
grandmother live.
A C C 0 R D IN G toKno
Wilson learned of his arre
, warrant when "his broth
came and told him the FB
was at his grandmother's aski
Wilsonreportedly surrendere
himself to Alabama authoriti
at the urging of a Luther
milister.
The s'isnect, a Kentucky n
tine. will appear in court aga
on Dec. 14.
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a women's center," McGuiganj
said. "It would be nice if peo-
ple would look at Waterman-
Barbour for uses for the whole
campus."-
Sturgis said the University
has rejected the study request,
and added, "we should not
seek out uses, (the buildings)
should fit a need we know
about."

the nardon during his first week
in office.
Asked who would be drafting
the actual language of the par-
don, Kirbo said he and several
others would be involved but
that he expects whoever Carter
selects as attorney general "will
put the finishing touches on it."
A N ) T H E R lawyer work-;
ing on the pardon is David
Berg, a 34-year-old Houston at-
torney who is on his transition
staff and who has defended aI

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