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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 20, 1978-Page 3

POLICE ROUNDUP:
Lawyer killed
By R.J. SMITH bulance took him to University
An accident which claimed the life of Hospital. Hospital authorities say Rose
a local attorney Tuesday has been died at 7:24 p.m. of internal her-
blaimed on a pothole in a downtown mmorhaging.
street, Ann Arbor police said yester- Rose, 33, practiced law in a partner-
day 'ship with eight other lawyers, in an of-
Jeremy Rose, 301 Nob Hill Place, fice at 111 N. Main St. He was also a
was riding his motorcycle northbound corporate officer.
on Main St. at about 5:35 p.m. when his Rose's brother Jonathan is a local at-
bike struck a pothole and swerved out of torney, known for his work with the
control. He was thrown from the campus Legal Aid Society and his in-
motorcycle into a corner sign post at volvement in local landlord-tenant
the intersection of Main and William. disputes. Rose also worked for some
the ntesecionof Min nd illam. time with tenant groups.
The collision punctured Rose's arorta.
POLICE SAY THEY are uncertain
how fast Rose was travelling at the Rape reported
time of the accident.
Rose was unconscious as an am- An 18-year-old Ann Arbor woman

in cycle crash

was raped early yesterday morning at
about 2 a.m., police reported .
The woman was walking along the
2000 block of Washtenaw, near the old
Youth for, Understanding mansion,
when she was pulled into some nearby
bushes and raped.
The woman gave the police a sketchy
description of the rapist as being a
black man in his mid-20's.
Gold probe dwindles
It has been five weeks since Beverly
Gold vanished from her Division Street

apartment. Every day, Ann Arbor
police doggedly follow up every lead
they receive, and every day, the leads
take them nowhere.
Detective Charles Ferguson, once
assigned full-time to the Gold case by
Police Chief Walter Krasny, has since
been assigned various other police mat-
ters.
"WE'RE READY to go on any leads
that turn up," said Ferguson.
The problem is that all the leads are
falling off. Right now, according to
Ferguson, police are "walking down"
and talking with people who say they
might have seen Gold or heard
See POLICE, Page 10

Stay
extended
for lesbian

mother
By ELIZABETH SLOWIK
A lesbian mother who has been
fighting for the custody of her daughter
was in effect granted a stay by the
Michigan Supreme Court so that the
girl can live with her until the Court
decides whether or not to hear the case.
Lawyers for Margareth Miller, a 38-
year-old University research assistant,
received a letter dated July 17, 1978
from the Court yesterday morning that
said "the stay previously en-
tered ... remains in effect."
THE COURT of Appeals had granted
a stay last August allowing 12-year-old
Jillian Miller to remain with her
mother.
"This is an important step," said
Miller. "My little girl can relax and
know she'll be with me through the
summer."
Miller has been in the courts for
nearly two years battling for custody of
Jillian. Miller's ex-husband, Paul T
See STAY, Page 10 C
r-today

Tired of ainting
his artist displaying his works at the;Art Fair yesterday apparently wasn't too busy to take time out to catch 40 winks.
onsidering the crowd that showed up, however, it is doubtful that he slept long.

Happenings...
... are everywhere to be found as the Art Fair
enters its second day. You can catch the action
through Saturday on South University, East
University, North University, Liberty, Maynard,
and Main streets ... at noon drop by to listen to
pianist Stuart Cunningham at the Pendleton Arts
Center, second floor in the Union ... Ed Sugar's
Night Spirits, Headwind, and other performers will
provide musical entertainment from 2-5 and 7-9 at
Main and William Streets in conjunction with the
Art Fair, courtesy of Eclipse Jazz ... at 2 and 4
organists in front of the Michigan Theatre (Liberty
Street) will take turns at the console to sooth the
ears of weary Art Fair goers... from 4-5 Harvey
Knowles of the Cincinnati General Hospital will
speak on "Juveniule Diabetes and Pregnancy: The
Relationship of Control of Diabetes to Birth Defec-
ts." Hear Knowles in room S9140 of the main
hospital ... from 5-7:15 drop by the Michigan
League cafeteria for American Heritage Night and
recall the songs of Stephen Foster . -.. at 7:30
"Eckankar, A Way of Life," a film about reincar-
nation and soul travel, will be shown in the League's
Henderson room.., if that doesn't grab you, drop
by the Ann Arbor Public Library on S. Fifth at the
same. time and see "The Body Snatcher," a 1945

horror tale starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.
The film will also be shown tomorrow at 2 ... at 8, a
program entitled "New Music for Voice" will be
given in the Music School's Recital Hall on North
Campus ... and if you haven't gotten your fill of
happenings, catch some more of the Art Fair before
it shuts down for the night.
It takes two to tango
University of Texas officials were elated when the
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
(HEW) asked their school to establish a chimpan-
zee breeding laboratory. HEW officials, however,
forgot one vital element. When they sent in the first
contingent of 15 chimps, every one of them was a
male. Let's just hope the National Organization of
Women doesn't hear about this. The last thing HEW
needs is to be called a sexist agency.
Better late?
When Eureka, Californiaresident Naomi Nelson
ope ed a letter at the city's Department of Public
Works, she noticed that it had been mailed some 42
years ago. "I opened it up and I tried to figure out,
'Now who does this belone to' because it didn't look

familiar," she said. Then she looked at the date. The
letter was postmarked April 30, 1936 and addressed
to Ed Gardner, who hadn't been a city resident for
40 years. Said Earl Hotelling, Eureka's mail
processing director: There's no logical explanation
for something like that." How very, very true. Why
it wasn't even mailed during the Christmas rush.
Sticky situation
For Daniel Lee Wranovics, crime didn't pay, it
hurt. Bad. As he was chased by police, Wranovics
got himself into a rather sticky situation when he
fell through the screen roof of a flower shop. Police
entered, only to find him straddling a large cactus
plant. And not by choice, either. Paramedics had to
extract scores of barbed spines from his body
before police booked him for investigation of tres-
pass. It remains to be seen whether Court officials
recommend a jail sentence, on conclude that the
victim has been sufficiently punished.
On the outside ...
Cloudiness, with a chance of thundershowers, is
the weather prediction for today. The high will be
880 and, for tomorrow's forecast, simply reread the
preceding sentence.

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