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eMAIDA
Continued from page 1
had an unbroken chain of cardinal
archbishops since Edward Cardinal
Mooney in 1946."
Maida is one of 30 men the pope
named to the College of Cardinals when
he spoke from his window over St.
eter's Square. The other American is
altimore Archbishop William Keeler.
Maida was appointed archbishop
of the 1.5 million Catholics in the
Archdiocese of Detroit in 1990. He
was ordained in Pittsburgh in 1956,
and became bishop of Green Bay,
Wis., in 1984. He graduated from St.
Mary's High School and St. Mary's
College in Orchard Lake.
Maida's elevation to cardinal has
een anticipated for several years and
he indicated yesterday it was not

wholly unexpected.
"From one standpoint, it was very
much of a surprise. I didn't know
until Friday, and I was asked to keep
it quiet. On the other hand, the last
three archbishops in Detroit became
cardinals, and the expectations of the
people are that the successor would
be a cardinal," Maida said.
Father William Stevenson, a pas-
tor at Saint Mary's Student Chapel in
Ann Arbor, said, "This is not really a
surprise to anyone. Detroit has tradi-
tionally had an archbishop cardinal.
"It's always an honor for the per-
son being named as well as the con-
stituency," Stevenson said, but the
practical ramifications will be fairly
limited. As cardinal, Maida will have
more influence in the universal church
and assist in the selection of a new
pope, but it is unlikely to change his
role as archbishop.

GUNMAN
Continued from page 1
Meyer. Authorities searched Duran's
home and car to try to determine his
intent.
A senior administration official
said several handwritten documents
were found in Duran's belongings,
including an "ambiguously written"
and rambling note. Several officials
disputed a published report it was a
"semi-suicide" note, although the se-
nior official said it could help deter-
mine a motive.
The Army said Duran spent 2 1/2
years imprisoned atFort Leavenworth,
Kan., after he was convicted in March
1991 on charges of aggravated as-
sault with a vehicle, drunk and disor-
derly conduct, drunken driving, and
leaving the scene of an accident. He

plows will plow for those who don't."
New information emerged about
Duran's weapon as well, a Chinese.
SKS semiautomatic rifle that, ironi-
cally, was purchased Sept. 13, the
same day Clinton signed into law the
crime bill. Clinton had banned im-
ports of the weapon in May and the
crime bill outlawed magazines of the
type Duran used. But neither action
barred sales of gun merchants' exist-
ing stock.
The gun dealership "didn't do any-
thing wrong," said Joe Gordon, an
agent with the federal Bureau of Al-
cohol, Tobacco and Firearms stationed
in Colorado Springs. "It's like some-
body bought a bottle of ketchup at a
grocery store and beat someone to
death with it."
Ron Noble, Treasury
undersecretary for enforcement, said
the seized rifle had three features of
an assault weapon - a folding stock,
capacity to hold a detachable maga-
zine and a pistol grip. He said that if it
was converted into an assault weapon,
the person who made the changes
would have violated the new law.

Police officers carry a semiautomatic weapon to a police car on
Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House Saturday afternoon.

was dishonorably discharged and re-
leased in September 1993.
Duran's neighbors outside Colo-
rado Springs said he never exhibited
a violent streak to them. His wife,
Ingrid, told officials he left home Sept.
30 to pick up materials for target

practice and never returned.
Duran's truck, seized not far from
the White House, bore bumper stick-
ers with pro-gun slogans including:
"Fire Butch Reno," an apparent refer-
ence to Attorney General Janet Reno,
and "Those who beat their guns into

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