Foes try to oust Sehmidt
BONN, West Germany (AP)- Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt's Social
Democrats are waging a vigorous 'Never in the history of the Federal
aign against his opponents despite R
e ikelihood that they will vote him Republi of Germany has the formation of
out of office tomorrow and block his a government been attempted so much
demand for national elections.
"Never in the history of Ohe Federal over the heads of the citizens.'
Republic of Germany has the formation
of: a government been attempted so -Willy
much over the heads of the citizens," former West German chancellor
former Chancellor Willy Brandt,
chairman of Schmidt's Social
Democratic Party, said in a statement.
BRANDT WAS referring to plans by
She conservative Christian Democrats midt's party planned a demonstration Bavarian allies, the Christian Social
and their new allies, the liberal Free Thursday night in Bonn and distributed Union, in a vote of no-confidence
Democrats, to oust Schmidt and bumper stickers and buttons saying tomorrow that would install Kohl as the
replace him with Helmut Kohl, the "We Want Elections Now." head of a new Christian Democratic-
Christian Democratic party leader, in a A Social Democratic newspaper Free Democratic government.
vote of no-confidence Friday in the displaying a large photo of Schmidt The split among the Free Democrats
Bundestag, the lower house of said "Our People Want New Elec- was underlined yesterday when the
Parliament. tions," and "We all must decide where party secretary, Guenter Verheugen
Schmidt's opponents claimed to have Germany is going." resigned his post in protest against the
10 more than the 249 votes they need. Schmidt proposed that the Christian plan to oust Schmidt.
Brit it will be a secret ballot, which Democrats and the Free Democrats The Free Democrats' fortunes have
fueled speculation that enough Free join his party in an agreement to hold been waning all year and the party
Democrats might support Schmidt or elections two years ahead of schedule made its worst showing ever Sunday in
abstain to defeat the motion. after the Free Democrats quit his the Hess state election. It got only 3.1
If that happened, Schmidt could Cabinet Sept. 17 and ended a 13-year percent of the vote, not enough to get
propose his own confidence motion in alliance in a dispute over the social any seats in the state parliament.
hi government. If he lost that one, he security budget. Schmidt conducted "business as
could dissolve Parliament and call INSTEAD, 34 of the 53 Free usual" at a Cabinet meeting yesterday
elections. Democrats in the Bundestag voted at a despite the fact that it might be his last,
party caucus Tuesday to join the 225 government spokesman Klaus Boelling
IN AN apparent effort to put pressure conservative members from the said.
on wavering Free Democrats, Sch- Christian Democratic Party and their There were "no elegies, no tears," he
The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 30, 1982-Page 3
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BY KENT REDDING
A microchemical expert testified
yesterday that investigations revealed
some form of gasoline was in samples
k debris taken from the Christmas.
ve, 1981 fire which destroyed the
The prosecution is attempting to
establish that Arthur Arroyo, a former
University employee, deliberately set
the fire with gasoline in an attempt to
destroy the entire building.
THE EXPERT, Jurgen Switalski of
the Michigan State Police Scientific
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found in the debris were not samples of
other inflammable liquids found in the
building, such as ditto ink or melted
Under cross examination from
Arroyo's attorney, however, Switalski
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more before the fire and were ignited
when the fire began.
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