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Sheriff reign
for Domino's

IN BRIEF

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports

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By RANDI HARRIS
After eight years as Washtenaw
County's Sheriff, Thomas Minick
resigned yesterday to become an
executive with the Domino's Pizza
company.
"I think that Tom Minick has been an
excellent sheriff," said County
Prosecutor William Delhey. "I regret
that he's going, but I understand why."
Minick, whose resignation is effective
April 20, will be managing security and
working with public relations for the
Ann Arbor-based pizza firm.
Minick first took office in 1977, and he
was elected to a second term in 1980.
Since the resignation comes in the mid-
dle of a term, a committee composed of
Delhey, County Clerk Robert Harrison,
and Chief Probate Judge Rodney Hut-

chinson will appoint a sheriff to fill the
remaining 10 months of Minick's term.
Delhey said the commission does not
have a candidate in mind yet and will
probably not meet formally until mid-
April. If no successor is named by the
time Minick leaves his post, Delhey
said, Undersheriff Ronald Schebil
would assume the duties until a new
sheriff is announced.
The resignation leaves "big shoes to
fill," said County Administrator David
Hunscher. "I consider him one of the
finest law enforcement officials I have
ever worked with. He is by far head and
shoulders above anyone I have ever
worked with,"- Hunscher said.
Minick was unavailable for comment
yesterday.

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Public workers strike in France.
PARIS - A one-day economic protest strike by nearly 5 million public.
workers brought chaos to France yesterday, disrupting government sera:;-$
vices, halting international air traffic, delaying medical operations andi
creating massive traffic jams.
The strike, involving one-fourth of the country's total work force, was the
largest labor outburst since Socialist President Francois Mitterand took,>
office three years ago.dd
Irate civil servants and employees from nationalized industries stage,
noisy demonstrations, shouting "No to austerity, yes to purchasing power'
in cities throughout the country. h a
The stoppage by France's 4.6 million public sector employees, which als e;
closed schools and nationalized banks, was called to protest wage freezes.,.,
and cuts in the workers' standard of living. 4
The problems came only about a week after the country was hit by a strike.-
by truckers protesting the government's taxation policy that caused.;
massive traffic tie-ups throughout the country.
Poles protest crucifix removaf
GARWOLIN, Poland - Hundreds of students opposing the removal of crud-,,,
ifixes from their school defied riot police yesterday and took their demon,,.,
stration to the neighboring town, where the protest spread to three other
schools.
Some 3,000 people attended two Masses in the Roman Catholic Church of
the Transfiguration in Garwolin to protest the removal of the crosses and the
decision by authorities to close Stanislaw Stazik agricultural school in the.
nearby village of Mietno, 40 miles south of Warsaw.
More than 400 young people gave up their occupation of the Stazik school
yesterday morning when authorities brought in units of the feared "Zomo"
riot police and threatened to clear the building. The students eluded police
and made their way to the church.
A local priest, the Rev. Stanislaw Binko, delivered a fiery sermon at mid-
day, proclaiming "There is no Poland without a cross!'
New version told of Aquio death

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Senate committee delays
vote on aid to Salvador

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battling leftist guerrillas.
"We want the matter considered by
Congress promptly," Speakes said.
"We attach national importance to the
situation in El Salvador."
At the State Department, spokesman
John Hughes said the Salvadoran army
is running low on supplies ranging from
ammunition to medical equipment.
"The need for this assistance is now,"
Hughes said.
He said there is evidence that the
guerrillas will try to disrupt the
Salvadoran presidential election, which
is less than three weeks away, and that
it could take months for Congress to
approve the administration's proposed
Central American assistance package.

Leftist leaders in El Salvador have
promised not to disrupt the elections.
The White House plan met stiff op-
position among House Democrats, and
a source close to the Senate Intelligence
Committee said chairman Barry Gold-
water (R-Ariz) was irate over the at-
tempt to bypass the intelligence over-
sight panels in providing more money
for the CIA covert action against the
leftist Nicaraguan government.
Last fall, the House and Senate in-
telligence committees agreed to
provide $24 million for the anti-gover-
nment rebels this year, but insisted that
the administration return to the com-
mittees if more money was needed.

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MANILA, Philippines - Two witnesses yesterday contradicted the official
version of Benigno Aquino's assassination, saying he was shot on a plane
stairway instead of on the ground. The testimony suggested that a soldier
might have been the killer, because official accounts of the murder said that
only soldiers were on the stairs when Aguino was shot in the back of the
head.
Andres Narvasa, chief counsel panel investigating the slaying, called the
testimony "direct" evidence that Aquine was shot on the stairs.
The government says none of the six military officials who escorted Aquino
from the plane carried weapons. Nitrate tests have shown that two of them
might have fired guns.
Aquino, chief rival to President Ferdinand Marcos, was assassinated at
the Manila airport on Aug. 21, 1983, moments after he returned from a three-
year voluntary exile in the United States.
Marcos has said a communist agent,,.Rolando Galman, shot Aquino to
discredit the government, and that government security guards killed
Galman.
Committee delays Meese vote

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WASHINGTON - A Senate committee agreed yesterday to delay for one
week the vote on Edwin Meese III's nomination as attorney general after
new questions were raised about his role in the 1980 Reagan presidential
campaign's use of documents from the Jimmy Carter re-election campaign;
"There is,.... evidence he was very, very much involved in that," Sen.
Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio) told a stormy session of the Judiciary Com-
mittee. Meese "might like to be heard.. . that he had no involvement in the
campaign concerning the Carter documents," he said.
Following the committee's decision, Meese repeated earlier denials of in-
volvement in the transfer of Carter materials.
"I have no knowledge of any effort by the 1980 Reagan-Bush presidential
campaign, or anybody associated with that campaign, to obtain.. . any
private material or information" from the Carter camp, Meese stated in a
terse response to written questions posed by Sens. Howard Metzenbaum, D-
Ohio, and Carl Levin, D-Mich.
Bartender's life threatened in
barroom rape, witness says
FALL RIVER, Mass. - One of six defendants in a barroom gang rape case
threatened to kill a bartender if he told police "it was just me alone" who at-
tacked a woman on a pool table, a witness testified yesterday.
Valdimiro Pacheco, a customer in Big Dan's bar in New Bedford on March.
6, 1983, said he heard Daniel Silvia make the warning to bartender Carlos
Machado.
"I heard him say, 'Don't tell them it was just me alone or I'll kill you,' "
Pacheco testified.
He said he was sitting at the bar when he saw a group of laughing men hold
a crying, struggling young woman down on a pool table.
He said Silvia was on top of the woman while at least one other man triedl
to force her to perform oral sex.
The witness said another man unbuttoned his pants as he talked to thy
woman. Pacheco said the man then shoved the woman's leg. f
He said-he turned to the bartender and asked: "You let that go on in here?
I said, 'Would you like them to do that to your daughter?' " Earlier yester-
day, jurors heard testimony that the woman told an emergency room docto
she had been raped by 14 men.
Friday; March 9, 1984
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