100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

August 05, 1977 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1977-08-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Friday, August 5, .1977?

THE MICHIGAN D AI.Y

Page Seven

Friday, August 5, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Police find missing
GM executive dead

Con'inued from Page 1)
McDowell's disappearance had
baffled investigators because of
the lack of any ransom demand.
"We still aren't sure if this is
a kidnaping, a h o m i c i d e or
something else," a Detroit Po-
lice spokesperson told reporters
before the body was discovered.
HE LEFT HIS home in the
well-to-do northern suburb of
West Bloomfield Township at
6:45 a.m. Wednesday for a
speaking engagement dt the
Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dear-
brs. His wife, Ann, reported
him missing after she was ni-
fied that he failed to show up.
McDowell's 1977-model Chevy
station wagon was found before
dawn yesterday near the State
Fairgrounds on Detroit's north-
ern edge, bordered by Ferndale.
Investigators found a sports
coat and "miscellaneous papers"
belonging to McDowell on the
car floor.
THERE HAD been no ransom
demand following his disappear-
ance.
Neither McDowell's family nor
GM has received any ransom
demand, the spokesperson said.
"There seems to he no ex-
planation for h is disappear-
ance," said West Bloomfield De-
tective Roy Clark. "He was a
good family man and a good
employe."
McDOWELL, who is married
with two teen-aged children,
has been with GMl since 1958
ssd has held his current posi-
tion since 1971.
Auto industry executives and
their famlileschave been the
vrictims of occasional kidnap
plots over the past two years,
The Chinese zodiac is com-
posed of 12 wild, domestic and
mythical animals which repre-
scot each year in the following
srder: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit,
dragon, snake, horse, sheep,
monkey, chicken, dog, and pig.
The current Chinese year is the
year of the snake.
Salada says
Sympathy is never wasted ex-
cept sehen you give it to your-
self.

but a GM spokesperson said
McDowell's position "wouldn't
make him susceptible to any
fool play."
The latest incident took place
in November, 1975, when Timo-
thy Stempel, 13-year-old son of
GM executive Robert Stempel,
was abducted while skateboard-
ing near his home in Bloomfield
Hills, aonther well-to-do north-
ern suburb.
The boy was r leased un-
harmed three days later after
the payment of a $150,000 ran-
som. Two young Detroit men
were later arrested in the kid-
naping, convicted and sentenced
to prison.

Kreps asks
By KEITH B. RICHBURG
Special To The Diy
DETROIT - Secretary of
Commerce -Juanita Kreps yes-
terday warned that the country
is "a long way from achieving
economic and social justice,"
and that the Federal govern-
ment "will not be able to solve
all problems."
Speaking at the annual Np-
tional Conference of State Leg-
islatorsintthe Detroit Rennais-
sance Center, Kreps called on
State governments for more
participation in problem soly-
ing, while slapping the wrists
of the state legislators for what
she called their "inaction."
"NOT ONLY can the Feder-
al government not do these
things alone," Kreps said, "But
it cannot gain the full partici-

more state particpation
pation of the States until they live and work" as top prIori-
become full partners in this ties on the agenda.
work."
Kreps then told the State leg- "RECENTLY IN New York,"
islators that the Federal gov- Kreps said, "We were reminded
ernment also had a responsibil- that a hot summer, 40 per cent
ity to treat them likq full part- unemployment and a power
ners. failure can rekindle something
The Secretary called for like the civil disturbances of the
"fruition" of the old dream of 60's.
"partnership federalism" be-
tween State and National gov- "We are told that there is
ernments, citing equal oppor- no excuse for looting and ar-
tunuity, energy conservation, son," she said, "But there is
and "the enhancement of the no excuse for a 40 per cent un-
surroundings in which people employment rate either."

w

CI N EMA11.ANGELL HALL
Friday, August 5
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN
Director Jame; Whale (1935)
This is Whale's own parody of his earlier classic
FRANKENSTEIN. Boris Korloff as the monster
is resurrected, and matched (patched?) up with
Elsa Lancaster. Along the way, pathos is inject-
ed, and the monster even learns how to talk and.
to smoke a cigar. The creation scene at the
finale rates as one of the best sequences in all
of Hollywood extravaganzas. A brilliant work by
one of horror film's best directors.
7:30 & 9:30 $1.50

MARK HAMILL HARRISON FORE) CARRIE F1SHEG
10:10AND 10:40 SHOWS $1.25 ALL OTHERS$3.S0
NO DISCOUNTS NO PASSES

MARX BROTHERS in 1930
ANIMA L CRACKERS
"Hooray for Captain Spaulding" is the
cry as the madcap four break into high
society. One of the earlier films they
made-and definitely one of their most
classic.
Sat: MEAN STREETS
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
D 730 &9:30 Admsson$1.50

"DARK" TONIGTAT 8
EPERTKy'77
At The UNIVERSIT' Ot M CHIGAN
JULY 26 29 & AUGUST 4 7
JULY 27 30& AUGUST 2 5
JULY 28 31& AUGUST 3 6
in the POWER CENTER for the perlorming arts
S- M chlgar Rep Ticket 0f ce
Mon - 1-5
Mendelssofin Theatre L Oby
.orT ck t in form ationG Cll 31 13' ?4 04h0

+lmI0ei0ggllNa01l101lI
...08~iAqETET0FQPAU.ten YB assss ,rmmss 6s
- MRM I11lTl ,,,~ l O15I aa, S 07f,.mAAHLIUAA Ya

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan