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BOSTON (AP) - A 66-year-
old judge chased down four
white men he saw beating a
black man and later obtained
arrest warrants for them. "I
wanted black people to know
there are white people who do
care," he said.
Municipal Court Judge Frank
Foster said he especially want-
ed to intervene in the beating
he witnessed because of an in-
cident Monday in which a black
lawyer was attacked by a gang
of white teen-agers after an
antibusing demonstration at City
Hall.

HE WAS REFERRING to the
beating of lawyer Theodore
Landsmark, 29, executive direc-
tor of the Contractors Associa-
tion of Boston, the latest in a
series of racial incidents in this
ciyt troubled by a busing con-
troversy.
Landsmark said he plans to
sue local politicians for using
City Hall "as a sanctuary for
racism and a resource center
for those who would incite racist
violence."
Foster said he was driving,
past Boston Common the day
after Landsmark was beaten'

Pope supports'fair
Palestine solution.

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ea iing riday, April;
DAY CALENDAR
Library Values Seminar: Conse-
when he saw four whites at- quences of Environmental Decisions:
tack a black man. Reference Tools and Resources,"
"I did all I could think of to Multipurpose rm., UGLI, 9 a.m.
draw attentioni to possible police WUOM: Panel discussion, panelists,
Robert Carter, social work, Roderick
assistance - I leaned on my Gilkey, psychology doctoral candi-
horn," Foster said. date, "Religion: Behavior Modifica-
tion & Ego Psychological Perspec-
Itvs"10:15 a.m.
THE ATTACKERS, driven off IMHRI: Patrick Wall, University
by the sound of Foster's horn, College, London, England, "Pain
fled in a car and the judge chas- Mechanisms, 1057 MHRI, noon.
ed them - his: hand on the horn B .Gyn.,/Bio Eng.: Dietrich Ro-
the whole time - until he finalloftrMeD.aionatal Biomedical
al- IStrumnentation: A Consumer's
ly blocked their path at a traf- Viewpoint," L2204 women's Hosp.,
fic light. noon.
Guild House: Luncheon, .50c, con-
When police responded, offic- versations with Rev. Dr Jeanette
ers told the judge they couldn't Piccard: 1934 First Woman in Space;
arrest the four whites because 1974 First Woman Priest of the Epis-
they hadn't seen the crime. But
the officers took down the names Interesting facts
of the men before releasing3
them while Fosteredrove back a.British forces retreated fromI
to the Common to find the vic- North Carolina in 1781 an dsur-E
tim. rendered in Virginia.
He said the man, who suf-
fered a broken nose and facial The British founded Halifax,
bruises, told him the attackers Nova Scotia, in 1749.
came at him vvith a knife and
crowbar and accused him of A French munitions ship ex-
making remarks to a white girl ploded in Halifax harbor in 19171
who passed while he was play- killing about 2,000 persons.

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VATICAN CITY WP) - In al
pomp-filled audience marked
with an exchange of gifts, Pope
Paul VI told Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat yesterday that a
just Mideast settlement "must
include an equitable solution to
the problem of the Palestinian
people."
He also said the problem of
Jerusalem and the holy places
"must be resolved with due re-
gard for the millions of follow-
ers of the three great mono-
theistic religions."
THE AUDIENCE, longer than
those accorded to many heads
of state, took place in the pon-
tiff's private study.
Sadat later said his talks were
"warm and unforgettable" and
"very constructive. Pope Paul
showed me great affection."
Sadat also praised the pontiff
for his "firm" stands >n t h e
Palestinians' behalf and his "re-

fusal to admit
the Holy City
held by Israel
Mideast war.
Sadat is see
Israel to give u
city it captured
then seek som
national guaran
places. The Va
er hand, is prey
ial sattute" gua
national law.
Sadat met w
the last day of
Italy during
1 European swir
economic, mil
cal support.
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any changes for
of Jerusalem,"
since the 1967

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king to for ceman. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
lp the part if the Volume LXXXVI, No. 155
d in the war and ON WEDNESDAY, Foster ac- Friday, April 9, 1976
e sort of inter- companied the two black men is edited and managed by students
ntees for the holy to the court of Judge Joseph at the University of Michigan. News#
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
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