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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 3, 1977

Pbge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 3, 1977

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Finklea may face up to 15
years for armed robbery

By M. EILEEN DALEY
Robert Finklea, suspect in
last fall's rash of rapes upon
local women, was found guilty
yesterday of unarmed robbery.
Prosecuting Attorney William
Delhey confirmed two weeks
ago that Finklea is still a sus-
pect in the attacks. Police
doubt that Finklea will ever be
charged with the rapes how-
ever, because none *of the vic-
tims can identify him as the
assailant.
FINKLEA WAS convicted of
assaulting university sopho-
more Evelyn Buckley on Oct.
13, and robbing her of two small
bags of groceries. Buckley had
been walking on S. University,
returning to her apartment at
Oxford Housing, when Finklea
grabbed her from behind and
began choking her. Buckley
dropped the bags of groceries
she was carrying, and Finklea
scooped them up with his left
arm, while holding Buckley

around her throat with his right
arm.
Buckley testified that Fink-
lea dragged her across the
street while she struggled and
pleaded with him to let her go.
"He told me to be quiet or he'd
kill me," she said. "He kept
repeating that."
The struggle was noticed by
Charles Joseph and Robert
Sheehy who were returning
home from their fraternity.
When Finklea spied the two
men running towards them, he
released Buckley and fled.
SHEEHY AND JOSEPH saw
a package of cigarettes and a
pack of cigarette papers fall
from F'inklea's jacket, which
they turned over to the police.
Harrv Reed, a Michigan State

police fingerprint expert testi-
fied that the fingerprints found
on the cigarette package were
Finklea's.
Although neither Buckley or
Sheehy could positively iden-
tify Finklea, Joseph testified
that he had no doubts that Fink-
lea was the man he saw attack-
ing Buckley.
"I THOUGHT it was kind of
a unique moment," Joseph said.
"We were in direct eye con-
tact. I looked right at him and
he at me."
Finklea's sentencing is- -not
scheduled until July 14, and he
could face up to 15 years if
convicted.
Finklea will also stand trial
two more times in the near
future, both for charges of
criminal sexual conduct.

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JUNE 4,
KlAIIDay

House vote restricts
role o energy chief
WASHINGTON (s--In a set- secretary could propose specific
back for P r e a i d e n t Carter's natural gas price policies.
energy program, the House
voted overwhelmingly yesterday ALTHOUGH the differences in
to deny the new energy secre- the two versions must be worked
tary the power to set natural out in a House-Senate con-
gas prices. ference committee, yesterday's
Instead, the House gave the House action insures that the
a a t h o r it y to a five-member new energy secretary will have
board, despite Carter adminis- less authority than had been
tration insistence that a compre- sought by the President.
hensive energy policy required The actual e n e r g y policies
that a single administrator have that would be carried out by the
that power. new department also are being
drafted in Congress. The House
"THIS KIND of power is too e n e r g y subcommittee writing
much in the hands of one per- the policy bill began work yes-
sun," said Rep. John Moss (9- terday with a draft that wosid
Calif.), whose amendment giv- make home insulation manda-
ing the independent board prite- tory in most cases.
setting authority was supported
by House Republicans and a The Carter administration has
coalition including consumer or- said such a mandatory approach
ganizations. might require that no home
A final vote on creating Car- could be sold with federal mort-
ter's proposed new energy de- gage guarantees after Jan. 1,
partment was put off until today. 1985, unless it met federal in-
The Senate has approved an sulation standards. The subcom-
energy department bill which mittee suspended work for the
also c r e a t e s a price-setting day without voting on the dralt
board. The Senate would give sl !,.
the President the authority to tn considering the prost the
veto decisions of a three-mem- a new energy department. the
ben bas~d nduse neratedgy236-11.9 to tase
er board and the new energy from the Federal Power Com-
mision the power to set natural
gas prices and give it to a new
agency within the new depart
ment, the Federal Energy Rega-
tory Commission.
at the Under the administration pro-
posal, the FPC, along with the
UI nion Federal Energy Administrations
and the Energy Res e a r ch
and Development Administration
Open 8:30 a m. would be abolished and their
powers and authority given to
Mon.-Sat. the new department which is to
have shout 20,000 employes and
an annual budget of $10.6 billion.
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