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House won't oust
Young for remarks
(Continuedfrompage 1) privately
with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei His basic themes were the ones the
Gromyko, summoned Young to a State Department and White House
private lunch after chastising him for wanted to strike in Africa: that the
his remarks. United States supported black
In an interview yesterday with the liberation struggles, opposed racism
British Broadcasting Corp., Young, in and was not motivated solely by an-
Geneva for a meeting of the U.N. tagonism to Communism.
Economic and Social Council, said he Even when Young's specific remarks
does-not feel at odds with Carter on were being criticized then, President
foreign policy. Carter would let it be known, as he did
"I think whenever the President feels in May 1977, that he though Young
that I am he will ask for my resignation would emerge "a hero to the Third
and I will be glad to submit it," Young World."
said. But as time went on, the messages of
Asked if he had thought of resigning support stopped and the disavowals
over the political prisoners comment, became more and more icy. This week,
he added: "I haven't thought about it in when Young's remarks about the Fren-
those terms." ch role in Africa and "political
After yesterday's session with Vance, prisoners" in the United States were
Young read a statement to reporters published, administration officials
saying he was "in full accord" with the were no longer assuring reporters that
criticism by the secretary and Carter of Young continued to have the
the current Soviet trials of dissidents. President's support.
With his broad definition of "racist"
and his calm initial assessment of GEORGE CUKOR'S 1940
Cuban troops in Africa, United Nations THE PHILADELPHIA
Ambassador Andrew Young has been
no stranger to controversy. STORY
Young has made numerous remarksST R
requiring clarifications and apologies KATHERINE HEPBURN, CARY
in his 18 months on the job, with an ac- GRANT, JAMES STEWART and RUTH
companying erosion of public support HUSSEY transform Phillip Barry's
from President Carter and the State sparkling society comedy into one
Department.
On the other hand, he has won of the finest sophisticated frolics
plaudits from black Americans and of Hollywood's Golden Age. Blue-
from Third-World diplomats. "He is chip stock company strikes it rich.
singularly responsible for a new bridge
between the United States and black Sat: MEAN STREETS
Africa," said Nigeria's U.N. am- CINEMA GUILD
bassador, Leslie Harriman, in
assessing Young's first year in office. OLD ARCH AUD
IN THE early days of the Carter ad-~LARHo
ministration, Young's remarks were
tolerated and sometimes applauded
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