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Hillsdale Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Hillsdale, Michigan Monday december 13,1982 briefly fighting escalates Beirut Lebanon apr factional fighting escalated in Lebanon today claiming 29 More lives in nigh Long combat Between Christian and moslem militiamen Southeast of Beirut and rival moslem sects in the Northern port of Tripoli police said. Improvements promised poles Warsaw Poland a declaring poles have a the worst behind us a Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski promised to lift most martial Law restrictions by years end and hinted he will free detained Solidarity Union activists. The announcement by the polish Premier and defense minister came in a nationally televised speech sunday the eve of the first anniversary of the sweeping military crackdown that effectively crushed Solidarity suppressed 16 months of social upheaval and sharply increased East West tensions. Fall kills child Grandfield okla. Apr a 23-month-old boy was killed sunday when he fell More than 500 feet from an air plane that had just taken off from a Rural Airport authorities said. Steve Overstreet undersheriff in Tillman county in far southwestern Oklahoma identified the victim As i Evi y. Mcdonel of bums Flat. Fires claim i apr two unrelated House fires in the grand rapids area and another in Bay City left seven people dead and several others critically injured authorities said. Bay City fire department spokesman Fred Murawski said Paula Palmer 28, and her 10-year-old twin son and daughter Terry and Tracy Rich died shortly before 4 . Sunday in a Blaze that also left three other family members in critical condition. In Kentwood fire broke out at a residence around 5 15 . Sunday killing William Zalokar 62, and his 15-year-old son David. Inside county Winter weddings and Busy club activities Are spotlighted today a Page 6. A party can be just As festive without booze. In recognition of National anti drunk driving week some Holiday tips and recipes Are shared today a Page 7. The Hillsdale College chargers dreams of winning the Naja division i National championship were shattered saturday in grand Junction colo., where the Mesa Mavericks handed the no. I chargers an 18-9 setback a Page 9. Married couples Are getting a break this year a Page 12. Weather Breezy weather details on Page 2 obituaries.2 Dean r. Spray Anne m. Harlan Bertha c. Duncan Ines Knickerbocker for the record.2 hospitals.2 Christmas carol.2 briefs.3 or. Schnoo.3 opinion.4 agriculture.5 Modem living.6 amusements.8 classifieds.10-11 for to Farsi Mic Onjo a lottery Detroit a the winning number in saturdays daily Michigan lottery drawing was 587. The winning number in saturdays daily-4 Michigan lottery drawing was 1769. The cars drawn in saturdays daily Michigan card game were the nine of diamonds and the six of clubs. Chrysler workers on Job again Toronto a Chrysler 10,000 Canadian workers returned to work today with a new Richer co fact won by a five week strike that company chairman Lee Iacocca says Ost the beleaguered automaker $100 trillion. Work resumed at Chrysler a Windsor Ontario plants beginning with the first shift at 6 45 . Est said Ray Baker a patrolman at Chrysler a Security department offices in the City across the Detroit River from Detroit. A they did no to have much to say a said Baker. Quot they were just glad to a a it a sure Good to have it behind us and get Back to work Quot Chrysler Canada spokesman Walter Mccall said. The new pact was ratified sunday by an overwhelming vote margin of 7,753 to 787. Each of three categories of workers voted a a yes by at least 85 percent United Auto workers Union spokeswoman wend it Culbertson reported. Mccall said some maintenance workers were called in late sunday night to get Assembly lines ready for the morning shift at All six Canadian plants. The new pact was ratified sunday by an overwhelming 7,753-787 votes. Each of three categories of workers voted a yes Quot by at least 85 percent. United Auto workers Union spokeswoman Wendy Culbertson reported. . Chrysler workers Are scheduled to vote thursday and Friday on their new contract negotiated along with the Canadian agreement. The 42,300 american workers did not strike. Chrysler Canada s two biggest plants both in Windsor produce 688 cars and 432 trucks a Day Mccall said. The Auto Plant is the Only source of such Large cars As the Chrysler new yorker and Dodge Diplomat. Some Industry analysts have estimated Chrysler a losses from the strike at about $15 million a week for the no. 3 automaker and Iacocca was quoted Over the weekend As saying the shutdown Cost about $100 million. The Impact of the strike was Felt most powerfully in Windsor. Where 80 percent of Chrysler Canada workers live. The payroll loss to the Community was estimated at $3.5 million per week in a City already Hurt by the Auto Industry a recent troubles. Chrysler officials said All 4,600 . Workers Laid off because of the strike in Canada would be recalled within a few Days. Skilled workers get a slightly higher raise so the average increase for All Chrysler Canada workers is $1.15. In addition they will get four Cost of living adjustments next year. Hillsdale daily news vol. 73�? no. 215 Hillsdale Michigan 49242 12 pages 3 supplements Price 25 cents that Happy feeling a party for Hillsdale county a mentally retarded residents Drew 95 guests plus parents and friends to Hillsdale High school sunday afternoon and Santa a Helper Hillsdale mayor Herb Hine had a hug and a set of rhythm Sticks hat and Scarf for each guest. The kiwanis club underwrote the party but the Exchange club rotary Jaycees Lions Moose elks american legion and the High school kiwanis key club and Spanish club All joined forces to sponsor the party. Boy scouts presented colors songs were Sung and refreshments were served. Photo by Terry of Neal my plan All but Given up Washington a president Reagan has ail but formally abandoned the a dense pack Basing plan for the my missile As he fights to win congressional approval to build the first of the new nuclear weapons. White House and Pentagon officials met with Senate Republican officials to try to come up with a Compromise and head off a vote against buying the missile when the Senate takes up the defense spending Bill today. The House last week voted Down 245-176, Reagan a proposal to spend $988 million to buy five of the giant weapons Reagan has named the but the House left nearly $2.5 billion in the measure to study the missile that is Central to Reagan a plan to modernize americans nuclear forces. House members made Clear they did no to like dense pack which would Bunch the missiles in a 20-mile-Square area near Cheyenne wyo., on the theory that scorning soviet missiles would Knock each other out. Dense pack also has numerous Senate critics who say they have the votes to defeat the procurement Money. But Reagan seeking a Compromise last Friday urged production approval and said he was willing to look at other Basing plans. A next year As we have More time id Welcome a vigorous debate on the Best Way to base the missile a the president during a Brief Oval office news conference. A if the Congress wants to debate and discuss and see if there Are possible other options that could conceivably be improvements Over this we re willing for a a there a plenty of time to decided on a Basing plan Reagan said in his weekly radio broadcast saturday. A what we need now is a Clear positive vote on the missile itself to go Forward on production of the the president says the missile is needed to make the soviets bargain for arms control. If Congress refuses the buy the weapon a we move a major incentive for the soviets to stay at the bargaining table and agree to weapons if the Senate does approve buying the weapon the defense Bill would have to be sent Back to the House for another vote. Moes talks about lawyers and judges by Paul Manning Krawzak judges Are blamed for a lot that Isnit their fault according to Hillsdale county circuit judge Harvey w. Moes. They Are often blamed for example for their judgements which might very Well be legally sound or for the Early release of prisoners even when they might have levied Long terms. A we follow the Law we done to make the Law a he said. A the Only time i make the Law is when there a no and Moes like any other circuit judge does not control when the prisons release their occupants. In the last few years for example Michigan prisons have released prisoners on three different occasions due to overcrowding. Judges find out that prisoners have been released at the same time the Public does he said when they see them on the streets. Yet criticism levelled against judges for engaging in a judicial activism is sometimes Well placed he said. Making his Way into the subject Moes discussed lawyers judges and trial Law. To begin with he said very few cases Ever go to trial. He estimated that about 95 percent Are a settled compromised or something else happens before they reach the trial stage. The main figures in trial court the lawyers and judges must be willing to work a work More than the 40-hour week. For the lawyer most of this work takes place outside the court room. A what the trial lawyer does in it the court room is very minimal in time compared to what he does out of court in interviewing researching in other words his the study a circuit judge Harvey Moes accomplishes much of his Reading in his chamber decorated with Odds and ends of great variety african Art and even a couple of swords. When he Isnit poring Over Legal writings Moes reads omnivorous by newspapers magazines books a anything a he said. Photo by Terry of Neal Homework takes up much More certain qualities make for a Good trial lawyer he said such As a being Able to think on his feet think some of this mental agility is inborn he said but the rest is the result of development. A the experience and training to develop that ability to think fast probably goes Back to your Homework your preparation for the trial you want to know everything there is to know about the Case and then you still get trial lawyers must learn a How to handle yourself in front of a judge and jury and in front of witnesses How to present yourself a and while lawyers can to simply copy the unique skills of others Iii their profession. They can adopt for themselves methods used by others. A Good trial lawyer according to Moes a makes a few mistakes. He a human. He can relate to the jury. He can see Hie problems of the jury. Speak their language not use big words or complicate things let them use their intelligence not Tell them what to ills res it Piini Milit it to his client Ami the court system is to Quot present the truth in a Light most favourable to his client. He is never allowed to mislead. His obligation is to his client completely and solely he owes allegiance to no one else. At the same time he is not allowed to fabricate truth lie mislead a he said. A a lawyer is not supposed to intentionally mislead the he is supposed to a highlight the Points most favourable to his lawyers who Are dishonest done to last he said. A a dishonest lawyer last anytime at All the word is out you can to Trust this a lawyer must be credible with a this client other people other lawyers and the Community. A it does no to mean that a lawyer has to believe irrevocably everything his client tells him but he can to Tell his client to a where the truth lies in any Given Case is for the judge or jury to determine he said. The lawyers Job is simply to present his clients position. And out of the presentation of the two positions the judge or the jury tends to a get a pretty Good pictures of where the truth lies he said. Now when a lawyer is elected judge he must change his Way of thinking significantly Moes said. A the first thing you be got to do is get away from being an advocate and that a Tough. You have to stay Clear and let the lawyers try their own cases this is no. a judge must be a completely impartial Quot without a prejudices or partiality whatsoever on any Case. A if you were in a position of having a Bias or prejudice or whatever you should immediately disqualify this attitude of objectivity carries Over into other areas of Moes life. A i can tiv Overly Friendly with at please see my is. Page 3

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