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Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday October 9, 1985
Speeches end Peace
Corps celebration

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(Continued from Page 1)
Referring to the protesters who
disrupted Vice President George
Bush's speech at the Union Monday,
the ambassador warned that South
Africa also had radicals who will be
angry with the United States.
"(If the U.S. does not impose san-
ctions) you may be playing right into
their hands," he said.
"HOW DO you think the young
people in South Africa feel when (the
Rev. Jerry Falwell) calls their leader,
Bishop Desmond Tutu, a phony?"
Asked afterwards why the United
States' limited sanctions against
South Africa are not enough, Yousouf-
fou answered, "It's like if a doctor
says you need four aspirins but they
give you two. You may not die, but
you will not be cured either."
Yousouffou also attacked those who
accused the rebels in South Africa of
being communists. He said without
U.S. aid, some South Africans have
been forced to receive aid from the
Soviet Union. "You're presenting a
whole new image of communism.
Communism is helping us to fight
bigotry."
"WE ARE told we should not use
violence. Why do you Americans
forget so quickly? To be a free nation,
you fought a civil war, in which many
people died."
On aid to African development in
general, Yousouffou urged the United
States to learn more about Africa
before formulating U.S. policy.
"America's programs for Africa
have not worked, because your
analysis of our continent has been
wrong. They have been wrong
because you do not take our most
basic traditions in consideration," he
said.
YOUSOUFFOU accused American
policy-makers of suffering from
"subconscious racism" because they
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do not make enough of an effort to un-
derstand African culture.
"Many times you hear about
African this or African that. But
Africa is made of 1,000 different
ethnic groups. You must stop con-
sidering Africa as a nation, but as a
continent."
He noted for example, that he hasn't
seen a detailed study of African
culture. Yousouffou urged U.S. policy-
makers to learn from such groups as
the Peace Corps which "live with us,
eat our food, and get to understand
us."
AT THE Peace Corps symposium
earlier in the day, Roger Landrum,
president of the Association of Retur-
ned Peace Corps volunteers, spoke
about the results of 25 years of Peace
Corps involvement.
"The Peace Corps is micro-
development, not macro-
development. I think the Peace Corps
has made its impact n the local village
level," Landrum told the crowd at the
Rackham Assembly Hall. "Villagers
and children know and respect what
the Peace Corps has done.
"Education has been by far the lar-
gest and most successful field," Lan-
drum said. "Peace Corps teachers
have taught at least 4.2 million
African children. Studies showed that
students exposed to Peace Corps
teachers scored higher on exams."
Landrum said the corps has also
been involved in improving health
services, agriculture, and the arts,
but he noted Africa has not been the
sole benefactor of their involvement
there.
"The Peace Corps has been
America's greatest African studies
program," Landrum said. Quoting a
returned volunteer who was asked
about his experience in the Corps, he
said, "It was the best goddamn ex-
perience a young man can have -
worth four years of college."
Yesterday's events ended a two-day
symposium on the United State's role
in African development. The sym-
posium was part of the celebration of
the 25th anniversary of John F. Ken-
nedy's announcement of the Peace
Corps.

Daily Photo by DEAN RANDAZZO
Protesters with minstrel-like "black faces" show disdain at Clarence
Pendleton's speech last night in Hutchins Hall.
Students prtest Civil
(Continued from Page 1) swer session the audience seemed to
Pendleton, who has drawn fire for support the primarily hostile
his outspoken criticism of black questioners.
leaders and some civil rights Despite this hostility and the disrup-
programs, said he does not support tion, Federalist Society Vice
the goals and preferential treatment President Ann Colter said that she
inherent in current Affirmative Ac- thought the speech was "tremen-
tion policies. dous." She added that "we had sort of
He said these ideas are the result of hoped for (the protesters). Pendleton
a 1971 executive order by the Nixon always seems to galvanize the
administration which have strayed crowd."
from the original concept of Affir- Javier Rios, a member of the
mative Action. Hispanic Law Student Association,
In order to return to the original said that "one of the reasons we were
ideas, Pendleton said the program concerned was because Pendleton
will have to abandon quotas and was totally unopposed." Rios said
recruit more heavily "to create a that he did not believe that the
more representative applicant pool." demonstrators were members of any
Throughout the question and an- of the law student organizations.

Cruise ships
check security

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NEW YORK (AP) --When a TWA
airliner was hijacked in Greece last
June, many Mediterranean travelers
decided it would be safer to travel by
cruise ship.
But as the hijacking Monday of an
Italian luxury liner showed, even the
most far-fetched movie plot can
become reality in a troubled world.
"THIS IS not something we were
prepared for; it came as a surprise to
everyone," said Diana Orban, a
spokeswoman for the Cruise Line In-
ternational Association, which
represents 85 percent of the cruise
lines that operate out of the United
States.
Yesterday, CLIA began polling its
members about their security
procedures, Ms. Orban said. The
group represents 26 cruise lines and 80
ships. The Italian line which operates
the hijacked Achille Lauro is not a
member.
About 1.6 million North Americans
took cruises last year.
IT WAS NOT immediatley known
how the hijackers got aboard the
Achille Lauro, which was on its way
from the Egyptian port of Alexandria
to Port Said when it was hijacked.
Although it was unlikely that the
hijackers could secure the entire

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ship, they have threatened to blow i
up if they are attacked.
"That is the big question. Do theyr
have the explosives on board to do
that?" said Peter Kohler, an ocean
liner historian. "It takes a lot more to
blow up a ship than an airliner. A
passenger liner is like a small town.";
CRUISE ship security varies from
port to port, but Alexandria has one of
the best security systems in the
Mediterranean, Kohler said. _ ,
"It is somewhat unique in that it j
classified a military port," he said.
"Passengers aren't even allowed' to
take photographs while they "are
there."
Passengers who sailed aboard the
Achille Lauro in the Mediterranean
earlier this summer reported yester-
day there was little visible security on
the ship.
"IT WOULD have been easy gfo
anyone not on the passenger list to get
on the ship," said Tomas Castelo, a
Santa Barbara, Calif., attorney whb
sailed on the Achille Lauro in Augtst.
Steamship security has
traditionally focused on stowaway.
Passengers are generally issue
identity cards when boarding of
leaving the ship. Many ships no longet
allow visitors for "bon voyage" par-
ties.
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B alanced budget sought

WASHINGTON (AP) - The
Treasury Department used some
creative bookkeeping yesterday to
keep the government afloat while
Senate leaders spun their parliamen-
tary wheels over a balanced budget
plan that has stalled action on in-
creasing federal borrowing authority.
At the same time, House Speaker
Thomas P. O'Neill (D-Mass.) said
Congress is in its current fix because
of insane administration economic
policies.
In what has become a daily letter
updating Congress on the gover-
nment's effort to keep balancing itself

on a tiscai precipice, veputy
Treasury Secretary Richard G. bar,
man told Senate Majority Leade
Robert Dole (R-Kan.)
"As of this morning, we project an
ending balance for October 8 (yesterday)
of zero; and - absent remedial action
- a negative ending balance for Oc-
tober 9 (today).
Dole said the Treasury was juggling
its books to maintain solvency into
Wednesday.
"We're advised today by the
Treasury that they may be able to
avoid default until tomorrow
sometime," he said.
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ACROSS
1 "Welcome to
the-"
5 Buddies
9 At a distance
13 Frau's husband
14 Queenly
15 Puccini heroine
16 Facility
17 Wipe away
18 Golf club
19 Hessian or hot
dog
22 Annapolis grad.
23 D.C.-based org.
24 Kind of battery
26 Inheritors
31 Prove satisfac-
tory
32 Start of a con-
jugation
33 Chemical com-
pound
35 Part of the
skyline
38 Elevator, at
Harrods
40 Despised
42 Radial
43 Heraldic bands
45 Read between
the -
47 Cover
48 Certain votes
50 Celebrities
52 Conceded
55 Compass
heading
56 Astronaut's
response
57 Describing a
case against a
doorman?
63 Cafe au-
65 Characteristic
66 Poi source
67 Piedmontese

5 Land of Incas
6 Seaweed pro-
duct
7 Holds out
8 Winter down-
pours
9 "Mon -
Pierrot"
10 Make "The
Bard" a target?
11 n midst of
12 Washer cycle
14 Stimulate
20 Shakespeare's
shrew
21 Put to flight
25 Smash hit
26 Composer
Edouard
1823-92
27 Arabian chief-
tain
28 What Mrs.
Franklin told
Ben?
29 And others: Lat.
abbr.
30 Began
34 River in N Italy
36 Clinton's canal
37 Rhode Island

39 Young person
41 Relaxation of
global tension
44 Peace Nobelist:
1974
46 Girl George?
49 Chamber music
group
51 Outdid
52 Festive occa-
sions

53 Dinner treat
54 Skin: Comb.
form
58 Glom on to
59 Wing: Fr.
60 Dutch dancer,
spy
61 Drive
62 Prepare, as
salad
64 Gratuity

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