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The Michigan Daily
LXXXVI, No. 29-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, June 14, 1977 Ten Cents Twelve Pages
Carter lists candidates
for FBI director's job

WASHINGTON t') - In a surprise move, Pres-
ident Carter yesterday disclosed the names of
five men recommended to him as potential FBI
directors and said one of them likely will get the
job, "although it is not a certainty."
The surprise stemmed from the fact that such
lists normsally have been kept secret in the past
until a final decision Chas been made. Carter open-
ed a television-radio news conference by volun-
teering the list of those recommended to him to
succeed Clarence Kelley next January as top
man at the FBI.
THE FIVE INCLUDED the black sheriff of
Wayne County (Detroit), Mich.; the head of the
FBI's Philadelphia office; two judges and the
district attorney of Los Angeles +County, Calif.
During nearly 30 minutes of questioning Carter
also:'
-Defended his human rights policies, reported
that major talks on other issues with Soviet of-
ficials are proceeding and suggested that the
Soviets may have made him "a kind of scape-
goat" for worldwide criticism of their human
rights record. ,
-Announced that a thorough search of re-
cords at the State Department and Central In-
telligence Agency (CIA) show no connection be-
tween those organizations and Soviet Jewish dis-
sident Anatoly Shcharansky, arrested in Moscow
on treason charges linking him to the CIA. Car-
ter said, "I'm completely convinced" no such
ties ever existed.
-Applauded the impact made in developing
countries by Andrew Young, free-spoken U. S.
ambassador to the United Nations, ,but acknow-

ledged that he, Carter, would not have used the
language Young employed to attribute "racism"
to Abraham Lincoln and other more recent presi-
dents such as Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
-Spoke optimistically about ultimate prospects
for his embattled energy program in Congress,
declaring, "I have never attacked the Congress
on this matter at all."
He laid he hoped recent setbacks dealt his
program by congressional panels would be re-
versed by the full House Commerce Committee
and the House membership as a whole.
--Said lie has not yet decided whether federal
intelligence activities should be co-ordinated un-
der a single overseer, Whatever is done, "there
obviously will be differences of opinion," said
Carter, who suggested such differences exist
among CIA and the State and Defense depart-
ments.
THE PRESIDENT ALSO declined to say whe-
ther he would veto a health, education and wel-
fare appropriation bill that may reach his desk
containing far more money than he sought.
The five men named by Carter as possible
FBI directors are:
--John Irwin Jr., associate justice of the
Massachusetts Superior Court.
-Sheriff William Lucas of Wayne County,
Mich., a lawyer and former FBI agent.
-District Attorney John Van de Kamp of Los
Angeles County:
-Neil John Welch, special agent in charge of
the FBI's Philadelphia office.
-Harlington Wood, Jr., judge of the Seventh
U. S. Circuit Court- of Appeals, Chicago.

AP Photo
PRESIDENT CARTER announces the names of five candi-
dates for the Director of the FBI during a news conference
held yesterday. Wayne County Sheriff William Lucas was one
of the persons named.

Searchers nab weary Ray

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN, Teon.
(IP) - James Earl Ray, looking
"like a pig wallowing in a sty"
when he was captured after two
days of freedom in water-log-
ged, snake infested woods, was
placed in an isolation cell yes-
terday, doggedly silent- about
his daring flight from prison.
A disciplinary hearing and
possible state escape charges
held no terror for the convicted'
assassin of Dr. Martin Luther
KingsJr. The worst he could get
is loss of "good time" from his
99-year sentence which bars pa-
role for 33 years after sentenc-
ing.
WITH THE RE-TAKING of
Ray and two other fugitives in
a 10-hour span, only one of the
seven men who went over the
prison's nsrth wall Friday re-
mained at large.
Warden Stonney Lane said it
was only a matter of hours be-
fore Douglas Shelton would be
captured - thus keeping intact
Brushy Mountain Penitentiary's
record of no successful escape.
When a sad-eyed bloodhound
named Sandy sniffed out Ray
from under a pile of leaves at
2 a.m., the escapee was "wet,
muddy but not any muddier
than the dog handlers," said
Donald Daugherty, a canine
trainer for the prison.
BECCA COTTRELL, a prison
spokeswoman, said the 49-year-
old assassin looked "like a pig
wallowing in a sty' caked with
mud, hair wet and matted, cut
from briars, and very hungry.
C. Murray Henderson, Ten-

nessee's correction's commis-
sioner, said "he was in good
shape . . . nothing wrong ex-
cept he was completely ex-
hausted."
Ray was flushed out only
eight miles east of the prison
but there was no telling how

far he had walked and scramb-
led up steep hillsides in his 54%
hours outside the walls.
LANE, who took part in the
search, said that Ray traveled
with 35-year-old Earl Hill Jr.
See HOUNDS, Page 10

--IILLIErIN --
The results of the Ann dates, Joseph Vaughn re-
Arbor School Board Elec- ceived 6,876 votes while El-
tions have been tabulated, len Blue came in last with
and Wendy Barhydt, Peter 2,282.
Wright and Mary Pence are
the victors. Pence finished Although f i n a l tabula-
first w i t h 8,736, Barhydt tions on the school millage
s e c o n d with 7,916, and are not available yet, the
Wright third with 7,429. Of millage reportedly is pass-
the remaining two candi- ing by a two-to-one margin.
C*ity council holds public
hearingsonleases, porno
By GREGG KRUPA
City Council last night held public hearings on two important
propes'd city ordinances. One would prohibit the dissemination
of pornographic material within the city limits; the other would
provide for mandatory lease provisions on all leases signed by
tenants in the city.
Of the 12 people who spoke at the public hearing on the
pornography ordinance, 10 were against it and two were in favor
of the ban.
See CITY, Page 10

Duv rooP s ov ALAN - OIuJN
Diddy-boppin
This young man strolls down the street to the beat of a
different drummer

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