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Ranking

ANC member asks whites for

help

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(AP) - A top-ranking exiled leader
of the African National Congress, in
an unprecedented interview shown
yesterday on state-run television, ap-
pealed to whites to help build a post-
apartheid South Africa.
Thabo Mbeki, the ANC's equiva-
lent of a foreign minister, told view-
ers they had been the victims of a
prolonged misinformation campaign
that depicted his organization as
seeking to impose a communist-
style one-party state.
"What has inspired the ANC for
all these 70-plus years of its exis-
tence has been the vision of a South
Africa that belongs to all the peo-

ple," Mbeki said from Lusaka,
Zambia, the group's headquarters. "If
they acted together, they could trans-
form this country into something
great."
It was the first time the South
African Broadcasting Corp. has con-
ducted and broadcast its own in-depth
interview with one of the ANC's ex-
iled leaders.
On Thursday, it carried an inter-
view by two of its reporters with
Nelson Mandela, the ANC leader
freed Feb. 11 after 27 years in
prison.
Until Feb. 2, when President
F.W. de Klerk lifted a 30-year ban
on the ANC it was a crime for

Kyodo News Service predicted
271 seats for the Liberal Democrats,
enough to control all standing com-
mittees in the house but far short of
the 295 they held after the last elec-
tion in June 1986.
"I think we have defended our ma-
jority at least," said Ichiro Ozawa,
secretary-general of the party, while
conceding the loss of rural seats
where farmers reacted angrily to in-
creased imports of agricultural prod-
ucts.
About 73 percent of the 90.5
million eligible voters - a high
turnout - cast ballots. The election
was seen as a test of whether the
Liberal Democrats had recovered

from a disastrous year of scandals
and implementation of an unpopular
three percent sales tax.
Two conservative prime minis-
ters resigned in quick succession last
'Simply being elected
does not mean one is
absolved'
-Tsuruo Yamaguchi
Secretary-general,
Socialist Party
year amid sex and money scandals,
and the Socialists' popular chair,
Takako Doi seemed to have a chance

to tilt Japan to the left.
But the conservative Japanese
voters rejected that bold step, though
the Socialists enhanced their stand-
ing as the number one opposition
party. They had 83 seats in the out-
going house.
Doi refused to concede defeat or
comment in detail before the final
count. "I'd like to wait until the re-
sults are in, but hope of good news,"
she said.
Yamaguchi attributed the Liberal
Democrats' success to "support from
big business and large contributions
from corporations."

'The road ahead is still
a long road, with lots
of problems in front of
us. But hopefully the
doors to a political
settlement of this
problem have been
opened.'
The African National
Congress's equivalent of
a foreign minister

State government threatens to close illegal dumps
LANSING, Mich (AP) - Thinly capping its old landfill. the waste management division, said Edgar, staff specialist of the waste nual budget. The expenditure is un- Cunty took the state up on its o
populated Burt Township in "The township quite frankly the dumps, constructed without lin- management division. necessary, he said, because there is fer, said Gayle Coyer, presidento
Cheboygan County had to look a doesn't have that and nobody has re- ers and other environmental protec- The Natural Resources Commis- no evidence the dump is polluting the Upper Peninsula Environment
gift horse in the mouth. ally shown anybody where there is tion features, could be leaking con- sion last week recommended the water supplies. Coalition.

f-
Of
tal

The township in the extreme
northern Lower Peninsula failed to
apply for a share of $18.1 million in
environmental bond funds set aside
to pay 90 percent of the cost of clos-
ing illegal dumps in communities.
Supervisor Don Babcock said last
week the township sought no funds
from the Department of Natural Re-
sources program because it couldn't
afford the $45,000 that would have
been the local community's share for

any particular harm at this time,
with the landfill sitting miles away
from everything," he said.
The landfill, converted to a
garbage transfer station two years
ago, no longer accepts waste.
But it and more than 90 other
dumps are considered environmental
threats by the department because
they do not comply with state land-
fill requirements.
Mindy Koch, assistant chief of

tamination into ground water sup-
plies.
Past efforts to close such facili-
ties have been unsuccessful, but the
department is preparing to take legal
action against communities that
failed to seek a share of the $800
million environmental and recreation
bond set aside for dump closings.
That threat brought 87 applica-
tions, totaling $31 million, for the
$18.1 million available, said Sharon

Legislature approve funds for 49 top
priority landfills. Another 15 are on
a secondary priority list and could be
funded if any money is left, she said.
That could mean communities
themselves would have to come up
with the total cost of installing lin-
ers, a venting system, monitoring
wells, a cap of top soil, and fencing.
In Burt, Babcock said, the
$45,000 township share would have
been almost double its $24,000 an-

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"I don't think we're hurting any-
body," he said, adding the closest
well is a mile away and sample of
its water have been clean.
"It was operated as a dump for the
last 30 to 40 years. I would think if
anything was going to happen it
would have shown itself by now,"
he said.
Skandia Township in Marquette
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"I definitely think they are a
threat to our ground water," she said
about the illegal dumps.
The township received $360,000
form the program last year and will
begin closing its landfill this sum-
mer. A new county-wide landfill will
take the waste and the township is
seeking funds for a transfer station to
replace the illegal dump.
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TASTES GOOD, TOO! Pop gum, candy,
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FOR RENT
5 BDRM. BI-LEVEL APT., 2 full baths,
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system, . & lnd . facilities. 1/2 block to
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May lease, summer sublet guarenteed. Fire
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laundyprkg., no pets. 663-5861.

FOR RENT
EFF., 1 BDRM., & 2 BDRM. APTS. Fall
lease, 503 Elm, 618 & 624 Packard. Near
cam us. Also 1 bdrm. available in May at
618 Packard. Call 747-6895.
EFFICIENCY 1 BLK. from campus.
$400/mo. Sept. lease. Parking & util. micl.
.119 N. Thayer 996-1896. Leave message.
EXCELLENT CAMPUS LOCATION
6 Bedroom furnished apt. in remodeled
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EXCEPTIONAL 4 bdrm apt. Dishwasher
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Susan Carlson 475-9887.
EXCEPTIONAL 6bdrm furnished apt 2 baths
dishwasher microwave May-May 19 State
#2 or 3 $1800 Susan Carlson 475-9887.
FALL RENTAL. Charming, older home con-
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town, and convenient to central campus & the
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dishwasher, lots of parking. all 668-6906.
FOR RENT FOR FALL- 1201 E. University:
4 bedrooms 2 baths, $1400/mo. and 1015 S.
State: 5 bedroom, 2 baths $1700/mo. Con-
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FOREST & HILL
Modem & beautifully fumnished 2 bedroom
apts. Large balcony and security system. May
or Sept. lease. 769-6478.
FREE RENT for care of delightful older
woman. 1 or 2 persons. 994-4934.
FULLER AT STATE: Large 2 bedroom, bal-
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$660/mo. 693-6829 or 1-528-1767.
FURN RM IN BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT
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663-7197.

808 OAKLAND
Fully remodeled 3 bedroom at. in modem
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A GREAT BARGAIN FOR FALLI Packard
McKinley - super spacious, 2 bdrm apts
or 3 or 4 people near the athletic field, u
still just a short walk to central campus. Up-
gaded Fall '89 w/ new carpet & furnishings.
Launryparkngheat & water included.
Modem an agement 668-6906.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST in Ann Arbor!
Prime Student Housing has modem, fulls
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AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Rooms, efficiencies, one, two, & three bed-
room apts. 4, 6, & 8 bedroom houses, fur-
nishednfurmished. Fall leases. Call 994-
9272 9-5, Mon.-Fri. or stop in @ 413 S. Di-
vision, Apt. #1. Richard Vail Co.
AGAIN AVAILABLE State 923-6 bdrm.
hardwood floors, fum. attic glass-in-porch,
parking. May lease. 450-6914
APARTMENTS-1, 2, 3, bedrooms. 915 S:
Division across from IM Building. Modern
bldg, furnished, balconies, secunty entrance,
laundry on-site, off street tenant parking, a/c,
heat and water included. Also available 1 &
2 bedroom May-May leases. FOR LEASING
INFO call 665-4700.
AVAIL. IMMED. One room in a large 2 bed-
room Apt. $315/mo. with utils. 665981
AVAIL. JAN. - APRIL. Rooms in 4 bdrm.
furnished apt. $300/mo. 663-5609.
AVAIL. MAY OR SEPT.
CENTRAL OR MEDICAL CAMPUS.
1 or 2 bdrm. apts. most in modern bldgs. with
laundry, parking, A/C, etc. No pets. Clarion
Properties. 769-2255.
AVAIL. MAY 1 BDRM/APT. fum, quiet,
spacious, laundry. Incl. heat & gas. Call 747-
6853 from 7-144n or leave message.
AVAIL. NOW- Your own room in large 4
bdrm. art., close to cam pus but quiet. Prkg.
space. 60 neg., 994-1437 eves.
AVAIL SEPT. house close to ca m us. Fur-
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AVAILABLE NOW, May & Sept. Lg. 2
bdn. apt. 912 S. Forest 1 3 & 4 person
rates. Don't miss out! Call 791-4220.
BILEVEL APTS. FOR RENT
1 & 2 bed, on Central Campus, one block to
School of Education. $675-1040.747-7258.
BURNS PARK HOME. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Hardwood floors, mini-blinds, washer/dryer.
Garage & off-street parking. May to May
lease. Prefer Grad students. $1200/month +
utilities. 663-3900 days, 663-9202 evenings.
CAMPUS - 6 bdrm., 3 bath, parking.
$2000/mo. 662-5389 after 3p.m.
CAMPUS AREA
Now leasing for
Spring & Fall 1990
Efficiencies 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Furnishel K Unfurnished
8 & 12 month leases
Listings at
U of M Off Campus Housing
or
Wilson White Copany, Inc.
1505S. Fifth Ave. Suite 200
995-9200
Member Ann Arbor Apartment Association
Equal Housing Opportunity
CAMPUS FALL RENTAL, furnished mod

FOR RENT
ROOM IN EXCHANGE for childcare &
chores. $4/hr for over 12hr/wk. Large car-
peted rm, private 1/2 bath, kitch, shower,
laundry privileges. Livonia. Need person who
delights in children. Childcare references,
owns car. 649-0321.
SAVE FALL LEASES SAVE
832 Packard, 323 Packard, 813-819 S. Main,
912 Brown, 121 E. Hoover & 921 S. Main. 1
bdrm range from $440-$525. 2 bdrm range
from $600-$695.May & Aug. leases avail-
able. 662-4446.
SEPT-SEPT 1 and 2 bd. apts. /321 & 1327
Wilmot. Excellent loc. By CCRB spa-
cious,furn., disp., air, balcon , rk., bd.
$575, 2bd. $830+elec. Rick 663-2578.
SUPERIOR 6 BR. HOUSE: New carpet,
baths & kitchen lots of parking, free laundry,
price reduced, May Lease. 485-8225.
THE SEARCH FOR FALL IS ON! Let
Prime Student Housing Inc. find a home for
you. Call now for fully furnished & modem
apts. Call 761-8000. Flexible lease terms
available.
TWO BDRM ON ANN ST. 2-3 people. $740
includes heat and water. Call 973-3 17.
TYPEWRITER-Smith Corona Electric. $75
or best offer. 665-3214. Leave message.
VERY NICE 3bdrm apt fum Ma -Ma 100
Forest B3. $950 Susan Carlson 475-9887
VERY NICE lbdrm 2 person furn apt. Ma
May $450 715 Arbor. Susan Carlson 47-
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SUBLET
BIG STUDIO- Near campus. $405/mo.
Immed. occup., Fall lease avail. 763-0489.
GOING ABROAD FALL TERM? Come
home in winter to share a one bdrm. apart
ment with a great roomie. Female only. Great
location; heat and H20 paid- call Michelle at
662-6413-evenings & wkends.
SP./SUMMER SUBLET 2 bdrm. apt. Close
to central cam us. Parking balcony, dish-
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SUBLET- Lrg. 2-person rooms in beautiful 6
bedroom house. May-Aug. $400/room, fall
option. Call Martha 930-2951.
SUBLET-ONE BDRM APT. March/April.
Spaciousquiet, convenient. Stadium apts.
$427/mo. a11747-6728 eves/Sun.
SUMMER SUBLET
5 bedroom, beautiful house
Available May-Aug. Call 769-5907.
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HOUSE FOR RENT
2 bed, 1 bath, study loft wash/dry, dish-
washer on site, karing. 950, N. Ashley.
995-0865.
HUGE 6 BEDROOM HOUSE 2 blocks from
campus w/laundry & parking. $2100/mo.
Call 996-9300 for appointment.
LARGE FURNISHED EFFICIENCIES.
Great cam pus location. Some parking avail-
able. 527 Packard. 425-445/mo. 1 yr. leases
beg. Sept. 90. Incl. heat. Call M-F 9-5 665-
570. Eves. & Weekends 665-8477.
MAY & SEPT. 3 & 4 bedroom furnished
apts. at 931 Greenwood, with lots of parking.
Call Karl at 769-6054.
MAY LEASE. Cozy efficiency w/ fireplace
on Ann St. Heat, water included. $435. Call
973-3157.
MAY-MAY 1 and 2 bd. apts. /321 & 1327
Wilmot. Excellent loc. By CCRB spa-
ciousfurn., disp., air, balcony, park., 1
$575, 2bd. $83+elec. Rick 663-2578.
NEW ON MARKET! Gorgeous 7 bedroom
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W/D. DW. nicely furnished. OAKLAND
MAN'AGEiMENT761-7491.
NORTH CAMPUS!
LARGE 5 BDRM HOUSE. Fall lease near
UM & City bus. 2 baths, 2 kitchens, free
laundry, central air, fireplace, dishwasher, 2
porches, large garage, & yard. $1250/mo.
Canion Properties. 769-2255.
OFF CAMPUS FALL RENTAL- -unfur-
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apts. at 126 Packard, utilities included laun-
dry, and parking available ($4751-600).
Telephone number 668-8457.
ONE BDRM 2 BLOCKS FROM UNION.
$500 includes heat & water. Call 973-3157.
PACKARD AT HILL, across from South
Quad. Modem, sleek, 2 bdrm. units, suitable
for 3, in this excellent campus location. Fur-
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Modern Management 668-6906.
SINGLE ROOM IN 6 BDRM HOUSE.
Share a beautiful home with 5 students. Call
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