THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,_
Thursday, November 11, 1976
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY ThursdQy, November 11, 1976
Flint Police Department
fires Madeline Fletcher
Gov. takes Senate
seat Mondale left
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(Continued from Page l) intent to commit murder in the Her attorneys had contended at 1'"PAI, i. V'1 - Uov. Irfex'ecteU irom our point of
jresulted from her "wilful and shooting of Officer Walter Kal- the trial that she acted out of Wendell Anderson said yester- view."
continued disobedience of the berer during a Dec. 27, 1975, a fear for her life stemming day he expects some negative re- THE AIDE with Mondale,
rulesnand reguladionse of tha gunbattle over who would drive from the racial and sexual hos- action to his decision to take Skip Loeschner, said Anderson
rules academy," located in Kalama- their patrol car. Both Kalberer tility displayed by white offi- the U.S. Senate seat being va- "is well qualified and we would
and Fletcher were wounded in cers. ated by Vice President-elect feel he wonld make a very good
zoo.adFece eewuddi es
Under state law, any police the shootout, which also involv- Kalamazoo Academy Director Walter Mondale. senator. But he said Mondale
officer who spends six months ed several other white offi- Mike Stacy said he had recom.- But Anderson, 43, told report- wob
off the job must undergo a cers. mended Fletcher's expulsion ers he hopes his performance Sen. Hubert Humphrey -
retraining course at a police from the academy and that Dur- will win voter support"and en.,herHumphreyaMm-
academy and cannot return to A JURY FOUND Fletcher in- bin had concurred, but he would justify my election to a full
duty until it is completed. nocent of the assualt charges not discuss what led to it. term in 1978." ment. "In recent years state
Fletcher was suspended last . a Fletcher's sole pledge of sup- ANDERSON said he won't step government has .become more
Jan. 8 when she was arraign- reinstated to her job in the fall port yesterday came from -down as governor until Mondale, closely aligned with federal gov-
ed on charges of assault with after being fined 60-days pay. Teamsters Local 214, which had elected with Jimmy Carter Nov. ernment," said Humphrey. "It
called for an outside probe of 2, quits the Senate. The change is therefore significant that we
the police shootout when it ap- probably will come in late De- now will have in the Senate
"SPIRITUAL PATH WITHOUT CREDENTIALS" l peared local prosecutors might cember or just after the first of another modern, active former
not press an investigation. the year, he said. governor."
Alecture bY . . Mnaehmefwsapit
M A LeY bAyOWTZ Joseph Petrella, chief stew- Anderson said he will resign Mondale himself was appoint-
ard of the local, said the union as governor, turning the office Humphe a tedas6Lyn
Meditation Instructor at Naropa Institute decided to fight Fletcher's fir- over to Lt. Gov. Rudy Perpich Humphrey was elected as Lyn-
Student of TibetianMeditationMaster, ing because police officials 48, who then will name Anderson'don Johnson s vice president.
Chogyamn Trungpo, Rinpoche "haven't shw utcuefrt h eae Anderson said despite the pos-
"havn'tshown just cause for to the Senate.sbiiyoadeeraconh
SF R IDAY, NOV. 12--8:00 p.m. dismissal.,, sibility of adverse reaction he
Mondale was vacationing in "totally rejected" the idea of
KU ENZEL ROOM, Michigan Union "It will be handled no differ- the Virgin Islands. An aide with naming a caretaker senator to
C ently than any other discharge the vice president-elect said An- serve until Mondale's term ex-
ORKSHOP with Marty Jnowitz evance," Petrellasaid. derson's announcement was "not, pires in two years.
NOV. 13, 14
S -Syrian troops enter Beirut; seek peace
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(Continued from Page 1) takeover of Beirut marked the neither side can challenge the
sponsored byshlswihsrkthHmr first time the Lebanese capital peace enforcers," a spokesp er-
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:><- .oo o<--- ca < o<->o> -< big bombardment of Lebanon's here in 1958 to stop another and tanks will move into the
civil war. By late afternoon it civil war. rubble-strewn front within two
was clear that no force in Leb- Lebanese military sources days, hoping to put a final end
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and an equal number of armor- Lebanese President Elias Sar-
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' .'2, east, north and south Beirut, they are ready to crush anyone
" x but. left Moslem and Christian on either side who tries to start
militias and Palestinian guer- the war again.
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