The Michigan Daily - Thursday, June 6, 1985- Page 3
y Gino Golia grinned proudly as he
By LAURA BISCHOFF told of how he and Chi Psi fraternity
Police work can be frustrating at brothers, Steven Myers and Scott
times - seeing a victim suffer while a Nyboer, chased a suspect who broke
criminal leaves no clues is into the fraternity house last summer
unavoidable for many police officers. during the Ann Arbor Art Fair. When
But yesterday's fifth annual Police they caught the suspect, he dropped
Awards ceremony honored the suc- some stolen goods and pulled a knife
! on te University students.
cesses of 38 officers and commended
the help and assistance of 39 civilians. They let the suspect go to avoid in-
NATHAN CAVNER, a sixth grader jury and took the goods home, where
ATHN Valley, was helping his they discovered the stuff didn't belong
friend Myles Harris deliver papers to them. They called the police and
when he came across a $100 bill out- the suspect was subsequently
side a house on Brook Street and he captured. The thief was a career
turned it over to the police. He was criminal on parole and is now serving
publically congratulated yesterday eight years in prison, Golia said.
for his honesty and integrity.
CHIEF WILLIAM Corbett, along
It was a proud day for others as well with Officers Frank Kopasz and John
- especially Det. Larry Jerue, who Pear, was honored for taking part in
received top honors for his work in the the apprehension of a barricaded
Livingston-Washtenaw Narcotics En- gunman. And Sgts. Alroy Vanderpool
forcement Team. and Thomas Caldwell were honored
for talking three possible suicide vic-
Jerue risked his life over and over tims down from roofs.
again as an undercover agent by
posing as a motorcycle gang member Officer Michael Hicks came
Photo courtesy of the Alumni Association and drug dealer with long hair, a through when he assisted in a birth
beard, and appropriate dress. He until emergency help arrived at the
The architects ball for the class of '35 at what is now Dooley's. Among those pictured is Raoul Wallenberg, made about 110 drug buys over 1 scene. He received the Professional
honors graduate, who dedicated his life to saving Jews from the Nazis. months - all resulting in prosecutions Excellence Award for his action.
Class of'35 comes together -'All Ann Arbor citizens owe honorees
"WE'RE ALL proud to death of him a great deal of gratitude, said Mayor
(ContinuedtromPagei) (Jerue)," said 21-year veteran Lt. Ed Pierce. Corbett added that the
school that afternoon, and he was the Wallenberg, many say, is still alive year graduates. Founded with just 28 Paul Bunten, a recipient of a Unit police officers have "contributed
only one to receive an honors degree. despite reports to the contrary, and members back in 1931, the Citation for his work in the murder of generously" to the safety of the com-
Wallenberg was also the only one to some are fighting for his release. organization will expand to nearly a taxi cab driver last fall. munity.
devote his life to saving Jewish people Kay Vandenbush, coordinator of the 12,000 today.
from the Nazi death camps. Wallen- event, acknowledges that the 540 num- Several of the larger schools have
berg is estimated to have saved her is a bit inflated. "The 540 does in- organized dinners to be held
thousands of lives by forging lude some family members and it throughout the Ann Arbor area
documents and sparing Aryan-looking also includes several earlier Friday evening. For the smaller
Jews from death camps. graduates," she said, schools, Vandenbush said, "They're
His brashness earned him a place in Those who are graduates will kind of on their own. It's unfortunate
a Soviet prison following World War become new members of the but they don't have the leadership to s us
II, and the Soviets say he died in 1947. Emeritus Club, an organization for 50- organize their own dinners."
G M courtroom and said, "She didn't do still in the bathroom and the door was
anytin o her (Randall)." locked. The reporting police officer
The prosecuting attorney asked said Robinson crawled in through a
NEW YORK (UPI) - General Motors Corp., the largest ders for Hughes that included Ford Motor Co. and Boeing. Judge S. J. Elden that Williams be window and found that Randall was
U.S. automaker, yesterday announced that it had won the Greenhill said details of the sale would be mailed to GM held in contempt of court because dead.
bidding to acquire Hughes Aircraft Co. for more than $5 stockholders in within 30 days. The acquisition is the Williams was being hostile - often Dr. Paul Gikas, a University
billion in the largest non-oil merger in U.S. history. largest outside of the oil industry and eclipsed the recent answering questions with questions, professor of pathology who performed
GM will pay the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, $5 billion marriage between Allied Corp. and Signal Cos., calling the prosecuting attorney a the autopsy on Randall, said a knife
owner of Hughes Aircraft, $2.7 billion in cash for all of the which decided to merge after considering a joint bid for liar, and avoiding questions. police found at the scene "could have
capital stock of Hughes Aircraft and issue to Hughes Hughes Aircraft. The prosecutor asked Williams made that wound," which he said
Medical 50 million shares of a new GM class H common The money will go to the Howard Hughes Medical Ansti- three times whether hewent into the caused Randall's death.
stock. tute as owner of Hughes Aircraft, the nation's seventh house at 7 Jay Lee Court when he Gikas also said that with Randall's
HUGHES, which reported 1984 sales of $4.9 billion and largest defense contractor. The institute, as tight-lipped returned from a trip downtown. wound, "Death would not be instan-
as4 and as the eccentric billionaire himself, will use the funds for Williams finally answered, "What taneous," and that she could have
earnings of $266 million, will be maintained as an in- medical research, was I supposed to do, stand outside?"
dependent company and will be combined with GM's When asked if he was drunk the day ofafter
Delco automotive electronics business and a portion of its SMITH SAID Hughes will give GM, which has under- the murder, May 21, Williams replied, being stabbed.
defense operations. taken a program to diversify into the defense and high- "h mdr May "
GM Chairman Roger B. Smith said at a news conferen- technology fields, "a solid base" to move into the 21st cen- "I'm almost drunk now."
ce that the merger between the two firms marks a "truly tury. At Robinson's arraignment, the
super historic day. Smith has masterminded GM's diversification reporting police officer said that Corrtin
"We had been looking at Hughes long before it officially program, which he denied represented a move away from Robinson and Randall were playing An article in yesterday's Daily gave
Scame up for sale," he said. "I've long maintained that the volatility of the auto industry, cards in the kitchen and Robinson the impression that increases in
future of the automotive industry is in electronics." Allen E. Puckett, chairman and chief executive of stabbed Randall with a kitchen knife. student fees for Student Legal Ser-
Hughes Aircraft, and Smith both emphasized that Hughes Randall then locked herself in the vices requested by MSA will be used
ROBERT F. Greenhill, managing director of Morgan would continue to operate as a separate but wholly owned bathroom and told her companions entirely for a settlement the services
Stanley, which represented Hughes Medical in the sale, subsidiary of the automaker. she was all right - so some of them made with its former director. The in-
said details of the bidding would remain confidential. He Hughes Aircraft, based in El Segundo, Calif., is the left to go downtown and drink. creases would only partly be used to
repeatedly declined to answer questons about other bid- largest employer in that state. When they returned, Randall was cover the settlement.