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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 8, 1985
Forum discusses aid to Africa

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By KERY MURAKAMI
Although the afternoon speech by
Vice President George Bush captured
most of the attention yesterday, the
actual kickoff for the Peace Corps'
25th anniversary began at 9 a.m. in
the Rackham Assembly Hall.
There, experts on Africa's
economic and political development
agreed that the U.S. sends monetary
aid to the continent more for political

and humanitarian reasons that out of
concern for Africa's economic impact
on the country.
THEIR comments were part of a
two-day conference on America's role
in African development.
Dr. Elliot Berg, a consultant to the
World Bank and a former director of
the University's Center for Research
on Economic Development, pointed
out that trade connections between

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the United States and Africa are
small.
The United States receivesa 6 per-
cent of Africa's total exports and
makes up only 3 percent of that coun-
try's total imports. And two-thirds of
these U.S. exports are concentrated in
South Africa and Nigeria, according
to Berg.
HOWEVER, ZHE SAID THE U.S.
has humanitarian interests. "We have
the responsibility to fend off famine
anywhere on this planet," he said.
"Faster economic growth probably
means more stable politics," he said,
"in the case of political and social
inequality, there will probably be
flashpoints of big power conflicts,
which is never in the interests of the
U.S. or the Soviet Union."
He said an increase in U.S. military
aid, which means less money for
agricultural and other economic aid,
has been a problem. Since 1978,
military aid to African nations has
risen from $150 million to $335 million.
HERSCHELLE - Challenor, a
political science professor at
Brooklyn College,. agreed that
political concerns are the main reason
for U.S. aid to Africa.
"The U.S. took very few steps in
aiding (Africa's) decolonization (in
the '50s), out of fear of alienating
Europe." Since then, America's main
concern in Africa is as "a piece of
property to keep away from the Soviet
Union," she said.
She said the U.S. gives Israel $23
billion in aid, while it gives African
nations $13 million in aid.
Anthropology Prof. Elliot Skinner of
Columbia University said the U.S.
may have a "mindset" against giving
Africa aid, because its sympathies
traditionally lie with England. Many
African nations were once colonies of
the United Kingdom.
Niara Sudarkasa, the University's
assistant to the vice president for
academic affairs, opened the sym-
posium by reading a letter from Sen.
Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.). The
senator's brother, John Kennedy, in-
troduced the idea of a peace corps 25
years ago yesterday on the steps of
the Union.
"I take particular pleasure in
joining in celebrating the anniversary
of when my brother Jack stood on the
steps of the Michigan Union,
describing the potential of a great
program.

Women representing Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, the College Republicans, and the Michigan Review rally in
support of Vice President George Bush at yesterday's ceremony commemorating the 25th anniversary of the
Peace Corps.
Bush PAC organizes in Michigan

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By NANCY DRISCOLL
Gearing up for the 1986 elections in
Detroit yesterday, Vice President
George Bush announced he will
represent the state on his national
political action committee.
Bush would not say whether he has
decided to make a bid for the
presidency in 1988, but in a speech at
the Briarwood Hilton last night he-
called the Fund for America's Future
"my political lifeblood."
EVEN IF he opts not to run for the
presidency, Bush said his fund will
help Republicans get elected.
"What I see as a priority is to keep
control of the U.S. Senate," Bush told
the crowd of about 200.
"We've got a big job to do in '86," he
said after the speech. "I'm the last of

those mentioned to run in '88 to start a
PAC - Kemp has one, Dole has one -
and (ours) is going to be a good one."
POTENTIAL candidates are
organizing early in Michigan because
the state's 1986 precinct delegate elec-
tions next May could have a
significant impact on the makeup of
its delegation to the 1988 Republican
National Convention.
"1988 looms uo in the spring of '86 in
the state of Michigan," Bush said.
Because Michigan's is the earliest
caucus in the nation, the vice
president believes forming the
steering committee now will help
protect him if he decides to run in
1988.
University Political Science Prof.
Raymond Tantner said yesterday that

-he was asked to join the steerin
panel, aothough his name was not'on'
the initial list of members. He said he
accepted the offer.
Carl Edelman, chairman of Colleg%
Republicans, was also appointed to,
the committee.
Among the 660 other membersaqfi'
the state steering panel are Senate-
Republican leader John Engler Vof
Mount Pleasant and House=
Republican Leader Michael Busch 'CA".
Saginaw. Thirty-seven of the 52 House:
Republicans and half of the 20 Senate
GOP members were also chosen for,
the panel. A
Bush also announced yesterday the
15 Michigan members serving on the
fund's National Steering Committee.

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LOST & FOUND
$60 REWARD for return of camera equipment
lost at Charlie's Friday night. Call 662-7925.
67A1009
LOST DOG: White, female, Husky puppy with
flea-collar; "Sheba" 994-1515, 66A1009

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FORD GRANADA 1979. No rust. Good motor,
excellent paint job, good tires. 663-5893 after
4:00. 95BI014
1985 ESCORT GT, Char/ext Bk/Int, LN, 5,800
mi loaded, Warr. 996-0789. 93B1014
'73 PONTIAC VENTURA, A-1 Condition.
Reliable! 84,000, AM/FM $650. 764-1887. 96B1017
LEASE FOR SALE: Male or Female in Alice
Lloyd! "Single". Fall and Winter or Winter only.
#764-5994. 89B1008
MONSTER CERWIN VEGA SPEAKERS -
Excellent Condition, super loud, efficient, 12"
woofer, 5/10 DB 30HZ enhancer. $300 pair,
Firm. John 763-1680. 76BI009

DORM FRIDGE: Like new. $75. Steve at 665-7386
before 11p.m. 80B1010
APPLE 11+, monitor, Epson printer, software
and more. $1,200 or best offer, 971-8823. 27B1010

STUDENT SERVICES
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc
SSEARCH PAPERS
14,278 to choose from-all subjects
Order Catalog Today with VisaIMC or COD
Hot Line 800-351-0222
in Calif (213) 477-8226
Or, rush $2.00 to: Research Assistance
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Custom research also available-all levels

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

FOR SALE

CAMERA 4X5 with 3 lenses, many accessories.
$500. 663-4370. 78B1010

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Chest
5 Spatter
10 Small bird
14 Thailand,
formerly
15 Main artery
16 Common tinc-
ture: Comb.
form
17 Superkid of car-
toons
19 MI x II
20 Kevin Curren's
forte
21 Farm machine
23 Serves the pur-
pose
25 Ivy league
school
26 A son of Jacob
29 Thai
32 Highway
maneuver
35 Max, the fighter
36 Johnboy's
brother
38 Cincinnati
player
39 Arab garments
40 Archie's wife
41 Super!
42 Kiddie show
watcher
43 Symbol in an-
cient manu-
scripts
44 Warmed-over
cabbage, to
some
45 Allan of the
Green Moun-
tain Boys
47 In medias-
48 Apogees
49 Fasten
51 L Ai@urA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

DOWN
CEO's helper
Mellow
City in
Normandy
Rectifiers
Analyze gram-
matically
Mauna -
Rainbows
Editor's nota-

36 CSA general
Stuart
37 Sounds of sur-
prise
41 Approaches
43 "Sit -"
(repress)
46 Sets straight, in
a way
48 "- fell upon
a day...": WS
50 Arizona Indians

52 Alleges
53 Young salmon
54 Steinbeck
character
55 Darling
56 TV attraction
58 Expression of
discovery
59 "I've -six
pence..."
60 Pitcher
63 Touch gently

MALE DORM Lease For Sale: "Single" in South
Quad, Fall and Winter. 764-6692. 56C1009
FURNISHED ROOM with cooking facilities on
Geddes near Observatory. Female preferred.
Mod. Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641. 75C1017
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for furnished
2 bedroom apartment. Two minutes from campus
(715 Church). Ask for Eunice or Wendy
769-9289. 70C1009
A BARGAIN at a reduced rent. Immediate
occupancy. EXTRA LARGE - 2 BEDROOM
APT. New furniture, drapes and carpeting, air
conditioning, patio, secured Bldg. Packard near
Hill St. Call Modern Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
74C1017
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
536S. FOREST
For More Information, Call
7612680 cCtc

HELP WANTED

TELLERS: An Ann Arbor Savings and Loan
branch requires part time tellers to assist in
our day to day operations. The ideal candidates
should possess a high school diploma with
previous teller experience desired. If qualified,
forward your resume to: P.O. Box 43089, Detroit
MI 48243-43089. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
90H1011
THE ANN ARBOR NEWS has positions open for
2 Utility Drivers. Candidates must have a good
driving record and a reliable vehicle. Hours for
Position 1 are: Saturday and Sunday 6:00 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. and Monday & Thursday 3:00 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Hours for Position 2 are: Monday thru
Friday 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Hourly rate plus
Mileage Reimbursement. Apply at The Ann Arbor
News Personnel Department. For questions, call
994-6744 and ask for Lee Ann. We are an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
83H1010
PEOPLE TO HELP with Special Events to be
held in the new Univ. Hospital October 13 & 15.
Minimum wage paid. Call Pat or Anne 764-2220.
82H1011
PAID RESEARCH ASSISTANT (part-time,
temporary) for research on computer
programming. Some programming or psychology
experience (eg. coursework) required. Leo
Gugerty 764-0318 (day) 663-3537 (6-8 p.m.) 68H1008
MUSICAL MDSE.,
STEREOS, ETC.
SONY RECEIVER, KLH speakers, Sanyo
turntable. Good condition. $300 or best offer.
Steve at 665-7386 before 11 p.m. 81N1010
1 PR. DCM TIME WINDOWS (used) $475 or
best offer. 1 Pr. MIRAGE 750's 3-way
top-of-the-line speakers (used) $360 or best offer.
Brand new OHM WALSH II speakers. List
$1000 Two pairs for sale at $650/pr 663-4867.
77N1010

TYPING - ALL KINDS -Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
SCREEN PRINTED APPAREL Excellent to
promote community events. Sororities,
Fraternities. Also looking for Sales Reps.
Unlimited commission. You set hours. For info.
contact: VSW Inc. 189 N. State Caro, MI. 48723.
(517)673-6613. 63J0108
MISCELLAN EOUS

BUSINESS SERVICE5
EDITING - also copy reading, production
assistance. Top quality, low rates, fast servicer
Professional journalist, 40 years experience.
995-0772. 98J1010
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
***20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371
cJ1211

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tion
9 Hassle
10 Meander, in
Scotland
11 Show for the
pre-school set
12 Steve's partner
13 Bete-
(bug bear)
18 Designer of the
New Look
22 Metrical foot
24 Fast pitch
26 Nullify
27 Clog's cousin
28 Cartoon cat
30 "I'd walk
31 Dense
33 Category
34 Utopias

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
SUES PETS ACCT
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FRACAS ELE VATED
TRAE S ST A RE
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IRATE DEMOS NRA
GARY JAPAN DIAS
SS S HO0NO0R S EA M S
R EU SE S TE A MP LA Y
P A LES S LOE
T RI UM P HS I G N ITE
MOA HOUSE DORE
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DORM DOINGS

MALE DORM LEASE for sale in South Quad
Double. Will negotiate price. Call Edouard at
665-0271. 86D1009
Off Campus
Students
Consider the advantages of on-campus dining in UM Resi-
dential Halls...
" THREE MEAL PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM!
" TEN CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM!
* SPECIAL DISCOUNTS WITH ENTREE PLUS!
We have a meal plan for your Style. Come to
113 SAB (the Entree Office today. or
phone 763-4632.

STUDENTS WITH WORK-STUDY awards needed
for animal care or glassware. Call Betty or Luda
764-5410. 06H1014
CLERK - flexible hours. Apply in person, 2151/ 2S.
Fourth Ave. 04H1016
WANT TO HELP WOMEN decrease dependence
on prescriptions? Women who have used a
diaphragm or cap and have been pregnant are
invited to help test the new disposable diaphragm.
Free exams and all supplies for a year. Call
Dr. Elliot, Community Health Programs,
University of Michigan. 763-5584 or 663-2655.
94H1014
MODELS - up to $80.00 per hour. Call
761-7250 for details. 03H1016
PART TIME RECEPTION and some office
duties. No experience necessary, near Diag.
Call Thursday between 10 and 5 or leave name
and number on answering machine. 995-2038.
97H1014
FRATERNITY COOK WANTED for 30 + people,
previous fraternity/sorority experience helpful,
attitude important. 662-7695. 01H111
EXPERIENCED babysitter needed for infant
Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-6:30 p.m. in home near
campus. Other times flexible. References
required. 662-4366. 91H1014
PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447 for
information. Excellent for students. 26H1009
HELP WANTED: A variety of work study
opportunities. Call 761-9635. Leave name and
phone. 64H0108
THE MUG Eateries & Commons is NOW HIRING
for Bus People/Kitchen Cleanup. University of
Michigan Students ONLY. Earn $3.60/hour;
flexible hours needed; primarily night-time shifts.
Please apply in person Room 2400 Michigan
Union. A Non-Discriminatory, Affirmative Action
employer. 73H1011
DRIVER WANTED: 4-5 trips monthly to Detroit
and Lansing. Irregular schedule. Evenings,
mornings. 769-2823. 71H1008
ANN ARBOR NEWS is looking for part-time
person to work in our Circulation Department.
Responsibilities would be filing, telephone work,
and typing. Job requirements are typing 45 w.p.m.
and some computer experience preferred.
Working hours are 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday
and 6:00 to 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
If interested in working in a fast paced office

TICKETS

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17 18 19
20 21 22
23 24 25
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HEALTHY, WELL BEHAVED house cat needs
good home. Call 761-6117. 02M1014
RUMMAGE SALE, First Baptist Church, 502
E. Huron-October 11,9-6; October 12, 9-1.
92M1011

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SHARE TWO BEDROOM apartment on Geddes.
Road in Albert Terrace, $179.00 month plus
$240.00 deposit, if interested call 663-7802 ask
for Benjamin. 87S1018

ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
FACE VALUE tickets for sale - Maryland,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue ONLY.973-9582.
cQtc
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA is
offering students subscriptions tickets for 50% off
the regular subscription price. That is $25 for 6
concerts or $8 for 3 concerts. Tickets will be sold
on a first come first serve basis. For further
information, pick-up a brochure in the Music
Building or call 567-1400. 17Q0108

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