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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 30, 1986
Inquiring
Photographer
By John Munson

"Does the University need a code?

Harold Shapiro, University
President: We are a very
special community with
special rights and privileges,
so we need a special
relationship with each other
and a way to sustain these
rights and privileges.

Ashish Prosad, LSA fresh- Maureen Fitzsimons, LSA Dan Sladich, LSA student:
man: No. The existing senior: It is unnecessary. Yes, it is helpful to have a
mechanisms are more than There is existing stuff to take clear guideline for the ad-
adequate to deal with the care of the problems. ministration and students.
problems the University
professes we have.

Kathy McCarthy, LSA
senior: It is helpful. This is a
university community and
we need guidelines, but there
should be more input from
the students.

i

Jen Faigel, LSA junior: No. Michelle Fischer, LSA
The legal system takes care freshman: No, because the
of any issues. University has demon-
strated that a code would be
used for repression rather
than to protect.

Tom Marx, . graduate Paul Josephson, MSA Phil Cole, MSA vice
student: Most of the things president: No. There is a president: The University
can be covered through the legal system out there in- needs some comprehensive
legal system, including civil cluding injunction, civil mechanism to ensure the
disobedience. The code commitment, and civil safety of students, but not a
would be used to stop lawsuits and damages. mechanism that is already
protests. covered in the civil and
criminal court system.

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IN BRIEF
COMPILED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS AND
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL REPORTS
Reagan to boost foreign aid
WASHINGTON - President Reagan plans to seek a one-third increase
in military assistance programs worldwide in his 1987 budget and give
some strategic allies major boosts in foreign aid despite a new deficit-
reduction law, according to an internal document.
But the proposal, outlined in a 16-page State Department paper dated
Friday, already is facing stiff opposition in Congress.
Sen. Richard Lugar, (R-Ind.) Senate Foreign Relations Committee
chairman, told State Department officials they were "courting
catastrophe" by seeking an overall increase in foreign aid in the face of
the Gramm-Rudman deficit-reduction law according to Lugar aide Mark
Helmke.
Helmke said other committee members also criticized the proposal
during a closed meeting with administration officials yesterday.
The document, circulated on Capitol Hill this week, proposes a $1.1
billion boost in 1987 foreign aid, including a 25 percent increase to Central
American allies, a 46 percent hike to Jordan and a 45 percent jump for
Sudan.
Marcos predicts re-election
DAVAO, Philippines - President Ferdinand Marcos said yesterday
that he would be re-elected because God is on his side, and he dismissed
suggestions that the U.S. government wanted him to lose.
Opposition candidate Corazon Aquino addressed a crowd of 100,000
slum dwellers in a park littered with horse and cattle manure and said
she pitied first lady Imelda Marcos, a former beauty queen, because all
she thought about was makeup and nail polish.
Winding up a two-day tour of Mindanao Island, a center of increasing
communist insurgency, Marcos said, "I don't think the United States of
America would come out openly in support of any candidate in an election
like this.
"Part of your bureaucracy, though, may be utilized by some
mischievious members of the opposition," Marcos told an American
reporter who had asked at a news conference if he thought the U.S.
government wanted to see him defeated in the Feb. 7 election.
Marcos did not elaborate. But in a meeting with American journalists
in Manila, one of his top advisers, Labor Minister Blas Ople, accused
some U.S. officials of seeking to destabilize Marcos. Ople said such
moves may result in the United States losing the Philippines as an ally.
Israelis attack PLO bases
SIDON, Lebanon - Israeli warplanes streaked in at dawn yesterday and
rocketed Palestinian guerilla bases in citrus groves that border a
sprawling refugee camp, flattening one building and badly damaging
two.
Hospitals in this ancient southern port said one guerilla was killed and
five guerrillas and a Lebanese civilian were wounded in the first Israeli
air force attack this year inside Lebanon.
Four jets rocketed the bases of Syrian-backed guerrillas on the outskirts.
of the Ein el-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp near Sidon, which is 25
miles south of Beirut.
They made several passes at the three targets nestled among orange
and lemon trees around the camp.
The air attack occurred shortly before an infiltrator from Jordan killed
two Israeli soldiers and wounded two in an ambush at the border set-
tlement of Mehola in the occupied west Bank. The Israeli military com-
mand said the infiltrator was shot dead.
Prime Minister Shimon Peres of Israel, who was in Berlin, said the air
raid would not affect the plan for Middle East peace negotiations he is
promoting on his European tour.
"It won't have any impact because the peace process does not con-
tradict fighting terror and stopping terrorism," he declared, adding: "I
understand the bombing worked out well and achieved its aim."
Economic growth drops 1.3%
WASHINGTON - U.S. business productivity declined 1.3 percent the
last quarter of 1985, signaling a slowdown in economic growth, the Labor
Department reported yesterday.
The fourth quarter decline in productivity - a measure of the
economy's efficiency in producing goods and services - was the first in a
year and the largest in four years, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said.
For the entire year of 1985, the bureau said, business productivity rose
only 0.3 percent, compared with a 2.1 percent increase in 1984.
The government said the-2.9 percent increase in employment last year
"was a good deal smaller" than the 5.1 percent increase a year earlier
and that the number of average hours worked weekly dropped for the fir-
st time since the end of the last recession in 1982.
"Manufacturing productivity posted the smallest annual improvement
since the recovery began in 1983," the bureau said, as wage increases ex-
ceeded gains in production efficiency for the first time since 1982.
Mexican plane crash kills 21
LOS MOCHIS, Mexico - A propeller-driven AeroCalifornia DC-3-
slammed into a hill and burst into flame yesterday as it tried to land a
small, foggy airstrip on the Pacific coast. All 21 people aboard were
killed, airline spokesmen said.
There were 18 passengers and three crew members aboard, all
Mexican citizens, said Mara Castellon, spokeswoman for AeroCalifor-
nia's main office in La Paz on the Baja California peninsula.
Witnesses said the twin-engine plane tried to make it to the agricultural

landing strip because the Los Mochis international airport 12 miles away
had been closed by the thick fog.
Ernesto Zavala Valdez, a spokesman for the airline in Los Mochis, said
the crash was caused by "lack of visibility."
Flight 110 left Ciudad Constitucion in Baja California at 7 a.m. (9 a.m.
EST) and was scheduled to arrive at Los Mochis at 8:05 a.m.
Associated Press Correspondent Cam Rossie was flying above the Los
Mochis airport in a six-seater Cessna when the crash occurred at 8:12
a.m.
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