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The Midhigan Daily
Vol. XCII, No. 26-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, June 10, 1982 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages
Wa ne State
may lay off
teuerrf

By LOU FINTOR NON-TENURED faculty members
Specialtothe Daily can be laid off six months from the time
DETROIT - Failure to achieve wage an emergency is declared. According to
concessions fromWayne State Univsr- contract provisions, however, tenured
sity faculty members by tomorrow may faculty members must be notified
mean the layoff of tenured faculty at eighteen months i advance of their
the Detroit institution. layoff date. WSU will begin notifying
The Wayne State Bfaculty members within one week if
will meet tomorrow to decide whether layoffs occur.
to declare a state of financial emergen- Although there was a total news
cy and begin the layoffs. blackout during the talks, one ad-
'-wA TEAM OF WSU negotiators and ministrative negotiator said, "They've
representatives of the faculty union, the indicated that they'll make the decision
American Association of University on Friday." Negotiations began at 7:30
Professors, have been working on an p.m. yesterday.
agreement for almost two months The AAUP defines exigency as an
without success. The faculty contract "imminent financial crisis, that
states that tenured faculty members threatens the survival of the institution
can only be laid off if a state of "finan- as a whole, and cannt be alleviated by
cial exigency" exists. less drastic means."
A state of financial exigency would In determining next year's fiscal
exist if Wayne State is unable to meet its budget of $147 million, WSU ad-
immediate cash - flow requirements, ministrators are counting on the wage
including faculty salaries under the freeze which has not been accepted by
present contract. faculty and non-faculty employees.
The university has e:stablished According to Sturtz, the wage con-
Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT Friday as the deadline for the con- cessions amount to $6.5 million. Of the
clusion of negotiations and at that point $6.5 million, roughly half is expected to
Fount in r e treat in time will invoke the layoff provisions come from faculty concessions.
of the contract, WSU Chief Financial Administrators are also hoping the
The luncheon feast in Liberty Square yesterday welcomed hundreds of Officer Charles Sturtz told the board's faculty will give up a 1.5 percent pay
hungry visitors. These curious fellows, however, seem to prefer exploring budget and finance subcommittee hike in September and an additional 3
the wet, shady fortress on the underside of this public fountain. yesterday. percent hike in January.
Israeli jets battle Syrian MiGs
as war with Lebanon escalates
IN DAMASCUS, a Syrian military called the massive air attack "a tur-
From AP and UPI spokesperson said Israeli jets bombed a ning point in the war," which Israel.
Waves of Israelis jets streaked into housing estate in the suburbs of the launched Friday after the shooting of
eastern Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, bat- Syrian capital last night, killing eight an Israeli ambassador. Israel's stated
tied with Syrian MiGs, and attacked civilians and wounding 47 Israel goal is to crush Lebanon's Palestinian
Syrian anti-aircraft sites yesterday as vehemently denied the claim. guerrillas.
the Lebanon war plunged toward a full- The air battle over Lebanon was said THE ISRAELIS claimed they downed
scale conflagration between two of the to be one of the biggest in the history of 22 Syrian jets, lost none and destroyed
Mideast's bitterest foes. the war-ravaged region. On the ground, Syrian surface-to-air missile sites. The
Iraq, meanwhile, said it would with- the Israeli invasion army threw tank Syrians claimed they shot down 19 of
draw all its forces from Iranian columns northward toward the Bekaa, Israel's U.S.-built F-15s and F-16s. They
territory within two weeks "and and came very close to the Syrian bor- said 16 of their MiGs also fell. Begi
redirect its potential to the war against der, Beirut reports said. While the Israelis suddenly turned ... behind Israeli attack
Israel." Israel Defense Minister Ariel Sharon See SYRIAN, Page9
By GEORGE ADAMS and Edward Siwik, 19.
sA second medical expert testified yesterday that Nol, who examined Kelly at the request of defense
Leo Kelly was not in control of his actions at the time attorney William Waterman, described Kelly as a
of the April17, 1981 Bursley murders he is accused of "somewhat avoidant personality, indicating . . . a
omitthAi. 7loner who doesn't seek a lot of social interaction."
s"e com tting.no doubt in my mind that the behavior (of "I was reluctant to conclude that he (Kelly) was
o mentally ill even though all the evidence was there,"
psychiatrist Edward Nol told jurors yesterday, he said. "However, the avoidant personality belongs
! saying that based on his examinations of Kelly, the in the schizoid category, which has all the charac-
Sas p sy C h o " C ' defendant "had all the necessary prerequisites for a teristics of a truly psychotic, insane person."
psychotic break." NOL SAID Kelly's apparent loss of memory about
kKELLY, 23, is accused of the shooting deaths of his events surrounding the shootings was an act of
d u rin g k illin g s fellow University students Douglas McGreaham, 21. "denial," a mental defense mechanism to prevent

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