Madison Capital Times, July 8, 1982

Madison Capital Times

July 08, 1982

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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - July 8, 1982, Madison, Wisconsin Country music istakinover Off Hours Weather Israelis in Lebanon two views Editorial Page UW hockey job goes to Sauer Sports One Low 60 chance of rain high Details on Page 26 68 7 Sections 304 THE CHPITRLTimES Wisconsin July TODAYS Finni City Edition Lebanon says backtracking The Associated Press Lebanese Prime Minister Shafik Wazzan publicly accused presi dential envoy Philip Habib today of backtracking on when to deploy peacekeepers in west Beirut and said this threatened every other aspect of talks on the evacuation of the PLO from the battered At the same Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev warned President Reagan that if Marines were sent into west Beirut the Soviet Union would build its policy with due consideration of this He did not but the Kremlin supports PLO chief Yasser who pub licly has spurned Reagans offer to send in the Marines as part of a mul tinational force to evacuate the guer Wazzan said the which also would include French should deploy before or simulta neously with the start of the evacua tion of Arafats Palestine Liberation But I have been sur prised by a nonLebanese insistence that the deployment of these interna tional forces should take place after the departure of the which negates much of the need for and the usefulness of these All through the talks with Philip Hablb I have been determined to keep the details from official pub licity pending the arrival at a final Wazzan But this new position came as a which I am would reflect on every other aspect of the The Wazzan statement was issued by his office and broadcast on the state radio and published in all Beirut There was no immedi ate comment from who has been trying for three weeks to put to gether a peacekeeping agreement that would stave off a ground assault on west Beirut by Israeli forces who invaded Lebanon June 6 to crush the A source close to Wazzan who re quested anonymity said the prime minister believes the force is needed to shield the with drawing guerrillas and their leftist compatriots from reprisals by right ist Lebanese Christian militiamen allied with Israel in mostlyChristian east There are an estimated guerillas and leftist Mos lem Lebanese allies left behind in west The source said Habibs surprise position was behind the conference Wazzan called Wednesday evening with the PLO the leaders of leftist Moslem groups and other Moslem elder statesmen and reli gious The Moslems are united behind said the independent Beirut daily Wazzan will convey this position to Habib today with a no tice that Islamic leaders are not pre pared to bring more pressure on the PLO or compromise on the role of Continued on Page 1 ThiAssoc Press Lebanese schoolboys take a close look at four Israeli army tanks lined up in a garden on the outskirts of Beirut Dreyfiis defends acceptance of Sentry position By MATT POMMER Capital Times Staff Writer Lee Dreyfus today defended his decision while still governor to bei come president of the Sentry Insur ance conglomerate and said he favored less government regulation of the insurance who will become presi dent of Sentry said everyone had denied any political pressure was ever and thats good enough for Dreyfus threatens to sue Wis consin Housing Finance See story In City Federal court depositions have shown Sentry Chairman John Joanis bragging that he had enough political clout to change governors and insur ance Dreyfus said the part of the controversy centering on Joanis boast had no Dreyfus accepted a campaign con tribution from Joanis and dealt with him in accepting the Sentry Former Acting Martin hired by Sentry after his defeat by Dreyfus in the 1978 guber natorial has now taken a leave of absence from Sentry to seek the Democratic nomination for The Sentry issue dominated the governors morning press conference at which he was asked if the public should be uneasy about the I dont think it should since everybody has I wasnt in volved I didnt know anything I dont know anything now I dont in tend to be involved in the Dreyfus The governor also repeated that he wouldnt seek any ruling from the State Ethics Board about the way he handled the negotiations with Sentry that led to his designation as its fu ture Dreyfus was approached in the summer of and he then indi cated to Joanis that he was inter ested in the He denied that that exchange represented negotiation or affected his judgment as I cant even think of a remote pos sibility of it having any Drey fus There just is no relationship between that discussion and what we were doing on the budget A reporter reminded him that he did veto computer lan guage that saved an estimated Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance of Dreyfus said he didnt check to see if Sentry also was It didnt occur to and I dont know if it the veto did benefit them said The governor said he wouldnt seek any ruling from the Ethics Board be cause the it seems to is very The besl public protection is not to go to some agency or board and Can I do this or can I do that The best public protection is to make everything Then if there is Continued on Page I In wake of Mraz students feel unsafe on Madison streets By SHARON PITMAN Capital Times Staff Writer The Madison community is re sponding in large numbers to police pleas for information that could lead to the capture of Donna Mrazs mur Were continuing to get tips and continuing to follow them ac cording to Jeffrey head of the Major Crime Unit investigating the murder of the 23yearold a junior at the was stabbed as she walked along a path way just north of Camp Randall Sta dium shortly after midnight on July She died two hours later at the Uni versity of Wisconsin Hospital and Mraz was attacked while walking home from her job at a State Street University of Wiscon sin Assistant Dean of Students Mary Rouse told the Associated Press that there is a sense of vulnerability among women at the UW in the wake of the slaying of a female student near Camp Randall She said that about 53 percent of the students questioned in a recent survey felt unsafe in the campus area at different times of the day and Detective Frye would not be spe cific about if new leads the investigation has turned I cant say we have anything he According to his unit has re ceived numerous calls in response to a composite drawing released by police Tuesday of a man seen near the murder Authorities have said they would like to talk to the man in the hopes that he may have seen He is a they Campus police Gary Moore said that in addition to what has been made there are certain known facts that we are keeping to Investigators found some things at the Moore although he did not say what they Robbery and sexual assault were not ruled out as possible motives for the Moore At least one person reported hearing screams before Mraz was and in vestigators feel that although Mraz was found fully clothed and her purse was the assailant may have been scared According to Mraz was a likable young woman who took her studies as a junior prebusiness major He said there were no outward signs of major conflicts in her life no problems with a boy friend or She was pretty much of a not a party he She had no problems that we know of at this Residents of the Delavan com munity have rallied behind the Mraz giving what support they One who said he has known Donna since she was has even suggested offering a re Continued on Page I Donna Mraz Lacy death keeps troubling Milwaukee By DAN DAY The Associated Press MILWAUKEE One year ago Ernest a young black man mistakenly suspected of died in a police and since then this city has been unable to shake the controversy surrounding his Patrolmen James Thomas Eliopul and George Kalt were cruis ing an area west of downtown on July when police radio broadcast a de scription of a man wanted for a rape in the The 22yearold Lacy was at the corner of 23rd Street and Wisconsin Avenue when the tactical squad offi cers spotted He matched the de and they stopped to ques tion But a struggle developed and the officers wrestled him to the Lacy died en route to a and a few hours later the rape victim 1m plicated someone The three white officers were charged with homicide by reckless but the charges were Two of the men were then charged with misconduct in but those charges were also dis The policemen have denied all ac but a brutality complaint filed with the Fire and Police Com mission by Lacys mother five days after he died is The commis which suspended the officers with pay last will hear oral arguments on the case July In the past a racially mixed group of citizens and civic leaders called the Coalition for Justice for Ernie Lacy has held rallies protest a department store boycott and a sitin at the district attorneys office to press for action against Dek Eliopul and The group plans to march to police headquarters Friday to mark the an niversary of Lacys Later that the group will hold a vigil on the corner where Lacy was Its a year said Howard one of the coalition The cops are still suspended with We think that it is critical that we continue to press that something tje The reason were out here is to say to Milwaukee and to the nation that nothings been Autopsies established how Lacy died a lack of oxygen to the brain but not An inquest jury heard Myrtle mother of Ernest she left a testimony that the police knelt on courtroom on April after a judge dismissed the last charges against the police department in connection with the death of her Where to find 1924 Local 2528 PM 3742 Animal World 18 Arts 42 Births 26 Classified ads 2835 Comics 40 Dear Abby 39 Death notices 28 Editorial Page 36 Health Guide 10 Mike Lucas 19 Movietimes 23 Running 21 Staying Ahead 15 Johannes Steel 1 0 TV listings 41 Weather table 26 Continued on Page 1 20 Heres a chance to win two free tickets to the Marty Bobbins concert at the Dane County Junior Fair July Just clip the special coupon on Page 38 of todays paper and mail it to The Capital Times by midnight July Twenty five pairs of tickets will be awarded early next The Marty Bobbins concert is part of Capital Times Day at the fair on July In addition to the The Capital Times issponsoring a special rate on midway rides at the fair from noon until 3 that Watch next weeks Capital Times for coupons that will entitle you two rides for the price of Local draft indictments expected By DAN ALLEGRETTI Capital Times Staff Writer The month of August probably will see a batch of indictments against Madison area men for refusing to register for the standby John attorney for the Western District of There have been several cases re ferred to Byrnes by the Justice Department for prosecution in the past two and it takes 30 to 60 days to investigate cases before a grand jury is asked for Byrnes He refused to say ex actly how many were being investi He pledged to treat them like any other case I dont intend to hold up on them just so well have a batch of them at As they are he they will be referred to the grand Byrnes also said he expected more cases to be referred to him by the Justice The maximum penalty on convic tion is five years in prison and a Byrnes said he would treat each case individually in decid Continuedon Page I ;