THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, June 151976
Newspaper mourns slainreporter
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)-"May
God have mercy on the souls of
those who killed him, for I have
none," Bernie Wynn said of the
murder of his fellow journalist
Wynn is the head of the leg-
islative bureau of the Arizona
Republic where Bolles was as-
signed when his automobile was
blown up in gangland style on
June 2. He died of his injuries
"WATCHING his majestic bat-
tle against terrible odds, I
thought he would live," Wynn
said. "His death leaves us all
Bolles, who lost both legs and
his right arms as a result of
the blast outside the Clarendon
House hotel, never left the criti-
cal list after being hospitalized.
Publisher Nina Pulliam said
in a signed front-page editorial
yesterday: "The Arizona Repub-
lic and tht Phoenix Gazette do
not intend that Don Bolles' death
shall go unavenged.
"EVEN DEEPER than our
profound grief are our anger
and our outrage .. .
"We will leave no leaf un-
turned in our commitment to
see justice done in this terri-
Within hours of the death,
John Adamson, 32, a Phoenix
racing-dog breeder, was booked
into Maricopa County jail on
an open murder charge.
THE SLAIN reporter had been
lured to the hotel by a caller
using Adamson's name and pro-
mising information on a land
deal involving Sen. Barry Gold-
water and Rep. Sam Steiger,
both Arizona Republicans, and
Harry Rosenzweig, prominent
Phoenix jeweler and former Re-
publican state chairman, police
Bolles waited in the hotel lob-
by a few minutes before he re-
ceived a telephone call, then
walked to an adjoining park-
ing lot. The bomb, attached to
the driver's side floorboard and
triggered by a radio transmit-
ter, exploded as Bolles backed
up, investigators said.
Wynn said he and Bolles eid
not trust Adamson as a reli-
able source of information but
Bolles decided to check out the
POLICE SAID conspiracy and
land fraud were involved and
further arrests were expected.
Adamson, whose photograph
Bolles identified from his hos-
pital bed, was held without bond
and scheduled to appear at a
preliminary hearing June 21.
Detective Capt. Don Lozier de-
clined to comment on the motive
for the slaying but said he knows
who was behind it. "I can't give
any names," he added.
"If things develop the way
they have been going, hopefuliy,
there will be more arrests."
STEIGER SAID, "The cow-
wards responsible for this trag-
edy must be brought to justice
and dealt with in the most sev-
ere manner . . .
The congressman said he did
not know why his name was
mentioned to Bolles by the tip-
ster, except to lure the resorter
to his death.
Goldwater, recovering from
hip-joint replacement surgery at
Good Samaritan Hospital here,
said, "There's no real reaction
to a thing like this. It was so
GOLDWATER and Steiger once
wrote letters endorsing sales of
lots in a northwest Arizona sub-
division to overseas servicemen,
the Arizona Republic repor'ed.
The promotion later was proven
The letters were requested by
Lazar was shot to death gang-
land-style in February 1975, a
day before he was to testify
before a county grand jury prob-
ing land fraud.
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Ned Warren, self-proclaimed Bolles, in his 14 years with
'godfather" of Arizona land the Republic, had written stor-
schemes, or his onetime associ- ies on land fraud, underworld
ate Edward Lazar, the paper infiltration of Arizona businesses
said. and government corruption.
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