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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 12, 1991 -Page 7

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GULF
Continued from page 1
tered Baghdad to meet with Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein today
about a Kremlin initiative to end
the war. In Yugoslavia, representa-
tives of 15 non-aligned nations be-
gan considering an Iranian bid to
mediate an end to the conflict.
Before heading to Baghdad,
Primakov stopped in Tehran to co-
ordinate his activities with the Ira-
nians.

A U.S. command spokesperson,
Marine Brig. Gen. Richard Neal,
said bombers have destroyed many
of the key links into and out of
Basra, which lies in a region criss-
crossed by rivers and other water-
ways.
"Perhaps there is traffic going
from Baghdad down into Basra,
but in fact it can't get into Basra
because of the bridges that have
been knocked out," Neal told re-
porters.
A British television correspon-

dent reported from Iraq that many
remaining residents were fleeing
Basra, "which will be virtually cut
off if the allies sever one remain-
ing bridge."
In Washington Bush declared,
"We are not going to suit some-
body else's timetable, whether he
lives in Baghdad or anyplace
else."
He made his statement after
receiving a 1 1/2- hour briefing from
Cheney and Powell, who returned
Sunday night from the war front

ENGLER
Continued from page 1
allowing parents to choose their
children's schools, encouraging
competition between schools, and
creating financial equality among
districts.
"Let us resolve today that this
generation of Michigan students
will be the best educated of our
state's history," Engler said. "And
let us resolve that when they
graduate, they will have jobs...
right here at home, furthering
economic growth."
Engler unveiled only one new
program, called Helping Hands for
Michigan, to be chaired by his
wife, Michelle. Under this plan,
the government will work with
volunteer organizations around the
state to help citizens identify and
find funding for their local needs.
"We must never depend on

government to do what we can for
ourselves," Engler said. "I believe
the people can improve Michigan
more than the government can."
While Engler made his address,
members of Michigan State
University's organization Out Now,
the Lansing People for Peace in
the Middle East, the Lansing
Community College (LCC) for
Social Change, and the Worker's
World Party protested Engler's
proposed budget cuts and the
United States government's
involvement in the Gulf War.
"There are homeless people
outside, people who don't know
there's a war on," said Matt
Cardwell, a second-year LCC
student. "This government is
diverting money that should be
used to help them to the Middle
East."
The protestors, who chanted
outside the House chambers during
the speech, were threatened with

arrest if they did not quiet down.
Police later blocked their entrance
to the second floor on the grounds
that they were attending the
speech as a political group.
"I'd kind of like to know what
this gathering is if it isn't
political," said LCC student
Wendy Keely referring to the
legislature's joint session.
Protestors argued that Engler's
deficit-cutting plans would do little
to benefit the poor.
"The poor don't have any
property, so (the property tax cut)
certainly is not going to benefit
them," said Out Now member Jeff
Blake.
Engler briefly mentioned the
Gulf War, saying he knew the
people of Michigan supported the
soldiers fighting in Operation
Desert Storm. The war "helps us
keep in perspective our difficulties
here at home," he said.

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MAYOR
Continued from page 1
time for not being informed that
this planning was proceeding so
seriously."
"(The mayor) used poor judg-
ment by sending the letter without
consulting Councilmembers," she
said. "He should not act unilater-
ally on issues."
Not all Councilmembers were
disappointed with the mayor's
actions.
The mayor studied how a simi-
lar security program had suc-
ceeded at Harvard University, said
Councilmember Terry Martin (R-
Second Ward).
"I understand and did see a
copy of a letter," said Coun-
cilmember Mark Ouimet (R-Fourth
Ward) but added that he was not
sure if it was the same letter. "We

have to work very closely with the
University, as they do with us, to
make sure we coordinate our
efforts.
"I suspect that by the time I
heard (about deputization), the
decision was probably already
made," he said.
Some concern has been ex-
pressed over Jernigan's more re-
cent stance on deputization, which
has seemed unclear.

"He did comment publicly to
the city through the letter," Duder-
stadt said. City Republicans and
Democrats debate over the extent
of media coverage on the
correspondence.
Of course the city does not
have authority over the University,
Brater said. But if the mayor
knows any important information
that will affect the city, the Coun-
cil should know about it.

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