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The Michigan Daily- Thursday, April 9, 1992- Page 7
Bush administration seeks to stop misuse of president's 'perks'

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Bush administration is
scouring its operations to stop unjustified "perks," but
draws the line at any suggestion the president curtail
political use of Air Force One, Budget Director Richard
Darman said yesterday.
"The public is rightly disturbed about some patterns
it sees in Congress and the executive branch," Darman
said at a hearing of the Senate Appropriations subcom-
mittee that oversees White House spending.
But he said Americans draw a distinction between
Bush, who has a right to "the dignity of the office," and
lesser officials "who are trying to act like presidents."
The subcommittee chair, Sen. Dennis DeConcini (D-
Ariz.), disputed a White House practice of requiring re-
imbursement of the equivalent of first-class air fare for
political travel. The president's specially modified

Boeing 747 costs $25,000 an hour to operate, he said.
"To me, there's something wrong," said DeConcini.
"If the president uses this and mixes politics with offi-
cial business, the politics has to pay the real cost."
Darman defended the policy, however. He said
Bush, even when traveling for political purposes, cannot
escape his duties as commander in chief and needs a
coterie of personnel and equipment. He does not have
the option of using commercial flights, Darman noted.
Charging the Bush re-election campaign, or other
candidates on whose behalf the president travels, the
full cost of Air Force One would be prohibitive and put
the incumbent at a disadvantage to his Democratic op-
ponents, Darman contended.
Then, in a dig at one Democratic contender, he
asked, "Does Jerry Brown have a regular job?"

Yesterday's hearing came in the midst of a
Washington frenzy over the privileges of office:
The General Accounting Office issued an audit
that found two top administration officials - Secretary

'The public is rightly disturbed
about some patterns it sees in
Congress and the executive
branch.' - Richard Dar

A House subcommittee prepared for a hearing
Thursday on perks. The chair, Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-
Pa.) said all officials should be more aware of the costs
of government travel they undertake, suggesting they
might be more conservative attout trips if they knew the
expense.
A panel member, Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.), said, "If
the White House does not cooperate, these are not going
to be very pleasant hearings."
The House voted 408 to 8 to ban its practice of
using the free mailing privilege to allow members to
send thinly disguised campaign mail outside their
current districts, into areas where they will be running
this fall. The provision was attached to a campaign
finance bill which is thought to have little chance pf
enactment.

rman

Budget Director

of State James Baker and former White House Chief of
Staff John Sununu - rolled up $774,000 in personal
and political travel on military planes in two years, but
reimbursed taxpayers for less than 8 percent of that
cost.

GROOVY ONE BDRM. in two bdrm apt.
Furnished with loft and ceiling fan. Great
location. Best offer. 995-3950.
HUGE, BEAUTIFUL APT. AVAIL. 5/1-8/
,,25. $375/mo. Ideal for a couple. 663-4543.
HUGE, BRIGHT, ONE BDRM. APT.,
walk to campus, pets ok. Fall option! 662-
9429.
LARGE 1 BDRM APT. for 1 or 2 people
bigbath. rt. Behind Rackham Call 741-7435.
LARGE 1 BDRM. 2 blocks from Law
school. Furnished, A/C, parking, kitchen,
Spring/Summer. Rent neg. Call 769-0292.
' LARGE 2 BDRM. AVAIL. MAY-AUG.
Hardwood floors, furn., eat-in kitchen,
fireplace. Great loc. Rent Neg. 996-9416.
LARGE ROOM 3 BLOCKS FROM CAM-
PUS only $225/mo. inc. utils. & parking.
From May-Aug. and/or fall. Call 741-4824.
LARGE SINGLE RM. IN HOUSE. near
campus, furn., indry. Spring/Summer. 747-
8440.
LARGE SINGLE RM. IN BILEVEL APT.
Central campus (6 mins. to B. Sch., 1 block
to CCRB) Aircond., microwave, free cable &
laundry. Call Evelyn 665-0487 neg.
LIVE NEXT DOOR TO BLIMPY'S. 1 blk.
from Union.,Wood flrs.,free prkg.,ldry.,3
rms.,May-Aug.,rent neg. Melvin 761-6380.
LUXURY SUBLET- Spr/Sum- 2 A/C,
dwshr., microwave. All new appliances &
furn., bi-lev., spacious rooms. Neg. 995-
4339.
MALE RMMTE. NEEDED. A/C, Indry.,
dwshr. Apr.-Aug. X price-$130. Kevin 761-
5499.
MAY-AUG. 2 BDRM., Jul-Aug. 1 bdrm. in
3 bdrm. S. Forest, 30 sec. to VC. F only, utils.
incl. pkng. 741-4826/995-0674.
MAY-AUG. SUBLET: 2 bdrms. in 5 bdrm.
house on N. Thayer w/2 full baths, full
kitchen, living rm., study, parking for 3. Very
negotiable! Call Dave 764-2791!
NEED 1 FEMALE: May-Aug., spacious,
pkng., Indry., big yard, $150/mo. 662-7224.
OWN ROOM in 6 bdrm. house, 2 blks. from
campus, parking. Avail. Spr./Sum.. Call
Andy at 996-3674.
ROOMS AVAILABLE NOW. Big house, 5
minute walk to the Diag. Cooperative eating.
Nationalism and feminism common dinner
topics. Call 769-5243.
SHARE A GREAT 2 BDRM. apt. on Ann
St. between State & Division, May - Aug.
$225/ mo. Call 996-9300.
SINGLE RM., PRIVATE entrance, ldry.,
prkg., furn., $150/mo. neg. 335 Catherine.
761-6380 ask for Lucy.
SP/SUM SUBLET: Heritage House -
Tappan,2 Lrg. Bdrm. A/C, 1.5 Baths, Sep.
Study, Full Kitchen, 2 Prkg. Spaces! Storage.
Rent Neg. Call 769-3950 or 764-0998.
SPACIOUS FURNISHED BDRM. in 4
Bdrm. house. Great loc. Avail. May 22-Sept.
7. Rent Neg. Call Andrea at 769-0065.
SPRJSUM. SUBLET-2 Bdrms. in 3 Bdrm.
house. Prkng. Lndry. Price Neg. 747-8956.
SPRJSUM. SUBLET 1-3 people needed.
Good loc. in bilevel. $120/mo. per person.
Call Kevin/Bill 741-1659.
SPRJSUM. LRG. FURN. RM. in 5 bdrm.
hse. for 1-2 people by Kerrytown 668-6470.
SPR/SUM SNGL BDRM. in apt. 1 min to
Cent. Cmps/CCRB. $175. Call Ted 998-
2532.
SPRING 1 bdrm. furn., prkg., lndry., A/C.
Near Kerrytown. Nice! Call 995-2208.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Up to 2
people available. Close to CCRB. Prime
location. Rent negotiable. Call 663-7501.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Spacious 2
bdrm. apt, free prkg., AC, rent neg.-668-
8085.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET Great loca-
tion-1320 S. University. 2 bdrms., full bath,
dwshr., laundry, cable, balcony, A/C,
parking, fully furnished. 2-4 people. RENT
NEG. Call 930-6046.
SUBLET 1 OR 2 BDRMS. of a 2 bdrm. apt.
AC/Fan, Prkg., Indry., great porch. Lots-o-
character. $200 ea. neg. 741-9374.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. 1 Rm. in 3 Bdrm.
Apt. Above Sgt. Peppers, $160/Mo. 747-
6515.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. Nice large rooms.
429-2089.
SUBLET on Oakland near Tappan. Fur-
nished room in female graduate house. Rent
mcl. utilities. Females only. 761-6536.
SUBLET ROOM IN FEMALE BOARD-
ING HOUSE May 11-Aug. 31. $170/mo.
neg. 994-9022. _______
SUBLET SPRING & SUMMER 4 bdrms.
in 6 bdrm. house, 2 full baths, new kitchen,
on Church b/w Hill & Oakland. Price
neg.Also looking for roommate for Fall,
1992. Dan, 764-1826 or Julia; 764-9896.
SUBLET Sybil near Hill. 1 bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
apt. $$$ neg. Call Jim at 741-8619.
SUM. SUBLET:1 bdrm., furn.,prkg., hrdwd.
fir., 314 Packard, $200/mo. 761-6155.
SUMMER SUBL T. Central campus,
loaded w/ amenities. $200/mo. neg. 764-
9093.

SUMMER SUBLET lg., sunny 2 bdrm. in 3
bdrm. apt., furn., lg. Kit., next to Kerrytown.
& Farmer's mkt., 10 min. walk to campus,
pkng., avail. May, rent neg. leave message.
761-7120.
SUNNY ONE BDRM ACROSS FROM
CCRB Clean, Hardwood floors, many
windows, furn., prkg. $325/mo. Call 761-
5431. Leave msg.

COUPLESWATDFRPRIP-
. TION in UM study on dating in the 90's.
. .. . Must be in a dating relationship for at least
six months. Sexually monogamous. Both
partners must participate in the study at the
P H . 0 * same time. Interested couples should come to
4520 LSA 4:00-6:00 pm on April 6, April 7,
April 8, or April 10. Questions or concerns:
call Professor Orbuch, 936-2949.
ON'T H AVE T H E DISHWASHER NEEDED: walk to work,
free meals, full time. $6 per hour. Apply be-
tween 4 & 5pm. Bella Ciao, 188 W. Liberty,
WON'T GET THE Ann Arbor.
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CAMP COUNSELORS- M/F. Outstanding
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CHILD CARE FOR 5 YEAR old in my
home 3 weekday afternoons. Second position
open for weekend afternoon. Begin May.
References and transportation required. Call
769-2517.
COUNSELORS
Prestigious co-ed Berkshires, MA summer
camp seeks skilled college Juniors, Seniors,
and Grads. WSI, Tennis, Sailing, Waterski,
Canoe, Athletics, Archery, Gymnastics,
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Silver Jewelry, Musical Directors, Piano
Accompaniests, Science, Rocketry, Camping,
Video, Newspaper. Have a rewarding and
enjoyable summer! Salary plus room and
board. CALL Camp Taconic 1-800-762-
2820.
COUNSELORS NEEDED for JCC summer
day camp for children ages 2 1/2-12. Must be
18+ years to apply. Judaic background
desirable. On AATA busline. June 15-August
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your Pay Daily
-Earn $5-8/ hr.
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ENERGETIC, NONSMOKING WOMAN
with car to provide childcare to 4 year old
girl & 10 mo. old boy in our home, able to
commit thru next year. Approx. 15-20 hrs.
summer, less during year. 996-4281.
GARDENER(S): ABSOLUTELY
DEPENDABLE, experienced, plant-savvy
persons req. Part-time & full-time on local
estate. $7.50/hour. References essential.
April- Oct. Call 761-4433 to schedule
interview.
GREENPEACE IS NOW HIRING activists
for our Ann Arbor Canvass Staff. 2-10 p.m.,
Monday-Friday. Full/Part time. $209-350/
Wk. Full time. EOE. Great summer job. Call
761-1996.
MAJOR AIRLINE NOW HIRING: Asian
bilingual flight attendants. Applicants with
Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Catonese
lanuage skills are sought. USA working
papers required if not U. S. citizen. Deadline:
April 21, 1992. Write for application to:
Mark Saka 33509 Michigan Ave. Wayne, MI
48184.
MATURE, RESPONSIBLE,
ENERGETIC, GRAD STUDENT wanted
to help care for 2 children. Live in desired.
Children ages 10 & 12, special education in-
terests or experience desired. Position begins
July-Aug. Call 665-7303.
MONEY. EXPERIENCE. Join America's
Fastest Growing College Marketing Firm.
Earn $3,000-$5,000 this summer. Campus
Concepts 1-800-743-2220; On campus April
14th and 15th.
NEED A SUMMER JOB! Student painters
is hiring students for painter and forman posi-
tions in the following areas: Rochester Hills,
Ann Arbor, Clarkston, West Bloomfield,
Troy, + Farmington Hills. Earn $5-7/hr. Ex-
perience helpful, but not necessary. For more
info call 1-800-543-3792.
PAINTERS AND CREW CHIEFS WAN-
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PART-TIME A.M. BAKER. Work Mid-
night-9am. Starting pay $5.25. Experience
helpful, but not necessary. Apply in person
@ Bagel Factory, 1306 S. University.
RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS: Student
Sprinkler is now hiring for summer manager
positions selling & installing Toro under-
ground sprinkler systems. Earn up to
$10,000. In Detroit suburbs. Call 663-8613.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 2 1-40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional 5'9" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $55 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, Mi.
48106.
SOMEONE W/ A TRUCK OR A VAN. 25-
40 hours/wk. for the summer. $10/hour plus
expenses. Call Ed 994-4087.
SUMMER CAMP JOBS- North Star Camp
for boys, Hayward, Wisconsin has openings
for overnight trip leaders; camp counselors &
sailing, swimming & sports instructors. Mid-
June thru Mid-August. Good pay. Call collect
or write Robert Lebby, 7540 N. Beach Drive;
Milwaukee, WI, 53217, 414-352-5301.
SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS:
Camp Counselor, Activity Instructor for Arts
& Crafts/Recreation, Food Service, and
Auxiliary positions available at Bay Cliff
Health Camp, a summer therapy camp for
handicapped children. Dates of Camp are
June 14 through August 9. Salary plus room
and board provided. Enjoy an Upper Penin-
sula Summer and make a difference in a
childs life. Contact Tim Bennett for applica-
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310 W. Washington St., Suite 300,
Marquette, MI 49855. 906/228-5770.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP
EARN $5,250
We are looking to select a few sharp students
who want to have a challenging summer
experience. UM students who are accepted
will work in California. Find out why IBM,
Xerox, and several 100 corporations and law
firms are interested in graduates of our
program. If you're interested in developing
your resume and enhancing your future
career options, call 973-9255. Please leave
your name, #, major, GPA, and year in
school. A campus recruiter will contact you
and provide more information.
SUMMER JOBS: Earn avg. $6000. Build
resume. Travel, gain exp. Call 677-4769
SUMMER SITTER in Ann Arbor home.
Jun.29-Aug;21. 25hr/wk. Transportation,
non-smoking, references. 995-1447._
TEMPORARY PART TIME OPENING
FOR CLERICAL HELP. CALL 434-6050.
THE COLORWORKS COLLEGIATE
PAINTERS is looking for students to work
as painters in the following areas this
summer: Muskegon, Holland, St. Joe, Grand
Radpids, Kalamazoo, Midland, Metro
Detroit, Ann Arbor & Toledo. For summer
employment call today at 1-800-477-1001.
THE PROGRAM ON INTERGROUP
RELATIONS is accepting applications for
dialogue group facilitators for 1992-93. Op-
portunities are available to facilitate
dialogues dealing with issues of race,
religion, gender, and sexual orientation. You
will receive academic credit or a stipend. Ap-
plication deadline is April 13. Call the
Program on Intergroup Relations and Con-
flict at 936-1875 for information and
applications.
WANTED: STUDENTS ($8 HOURLY,
PLUS) to pack books in small packages, then
days later to move small units two blocks
(best to have car). Call 741-4885. Choose
own hours & days.
WILLOWAY DAY CAMP
is seeking friendly, caring students living in
W. Blmfld., Farmington, Birmingham, Novi,
Blmfld. Hills for WSI general counseling,
arts & crafts. P.O. Box 250933 W. Bnmfid
48325. 932-2123.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
VOLUNTEER at UM's Pound House
Children's Center during Spring, Summer, or
Fall term. Join hundreds of past students in a
quality experience in working with young
children. Located at Hill and East University.
Please call 764-2547 for more information or
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perienced resume writer. Will write and print
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COLLEGE CLEANERS: 705 N. UNIVER-
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PAPERS, ARTICLES, RESUMES.
Wordprocessing, editing, text formatting off
disk. Professional and helpful. 741-4475.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, A
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION to&from
hotels in Arbor area by Hartland Airlink.
Fares$13/person each way. Credit cards
accepted. Reservations call 313-348-4505,'
GOING EAST ON PA. TURNPIKE
WEEKEND OF APRIL 17I need a ride$.
Pam 996-8895.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Tokyo fr. $921,
Taipei fr. $1026, Hong Kong fr. $1016,
Bangkok fr. $1111, Seoul fr. $1033, Sin-
gapore fr. $1094. Ask for Dan or Clauda.
129 or $189 anywhere in USA on Con-
tinental Airlines! AMEX card & Contintental
voucher. Ask for Irene or Ann at REGENCY
TRAVEL 209 S.-State, 665-6122.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
STAMOS TRAVEL
Best European/Greece airfares, 663-4400.
SUMMER STORAGE: Monthly rates from
$32, Second month 12 price. StowAway
Self-Storage,1 mile from UM Stadium, I-94
@ Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. 769-0119.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues,
rock and classical, not just guitars.
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EUROPE THIS SUMMER? Jet there
anytime for $169 from the East Coast, $229
from Midwest(when avail.)(reported in Let's
Go! & NY Times.) Airhitch. 212-864-2000
YOGA COURSE, 6 Tues. Evgs. Starts
April14, 761-6520.
BACH'S ST. MATTHEW PASSION in
English, Sunday Apr. 12, 4:00 p.m.; First
Presbyterian Church Choir, Ann Arbor
Boychoir, orchestra, cond. DONALD
BRYANT. Free admission, 1432 Washtenaw
Ave.
PASSOVER SEDER AT CHABAD
HOUSE 4/17-18. Reservations. 995-3276,,
FREE COPY OF A point by point rebuttal
to Bradley Smith Holocaust Revisionism
Article. Write Oakland County Bible
Students. PO Box 92, Clawson, MI 48073;
FEMALE ROOMATE WANTED to share
a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath Apartment with
other fun females. Perfect location on Cental
campus. Call Yasmin at 764-8620.
FEMALE SHARE N.Campus 2 bdrn
$300+1/2 utils.&cleaing. Call Nazli 99
0393.
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MAC 11(5/40) color, ext. kybd. 1995. IBM
XT. (640k/40) EGA color, printer 700. H
Thinkjet printer 125.
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33MHz w/above items for $1979. Call 482
4490.
COMPAQ 286 DESKPRO, VGA, HD,
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NECMultispeed. Laptop, backlit, $699.
Toshiba laptop with modem, HD, $999.
Compaq SLT 286 VGA laptop, HD, $1595.
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6 INSATIABLE WOMEN & 1 MAN
DESPERATELY seeking men who can sing
so we can make beautiful music together. Are
you the one for us? Find out at Amazin' Blue
auditions. 763-1107.
ADOPTION AGENCY specializing in open
adoptions. The choices are yours. Medical
expenses can be paid. Call 1-800-753-0129
or 813/737-9292 collect.
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AND CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE A
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We are prepared to come up with all health
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Best Restaurants/Bars for... Men's clothing First-run film
Cappuccino Women's clothing Video to rent
Burgers Books Gallery exhibition
Pizza Textbooks Album
Hot dogs Used books Classical performance
' Cheap beer Haircut Local band
Ice cream/Frozen yogurt First-run theater Band of the year I
Sandwiches Video store Concert in past year I
Italian food Liquor/party store Radio station I
Middle Eastem food Best use of Jesus in a song
Chinese food Best (and worst) of the University Place to go when in an altered state I
Korean food Professor Dance performance I
Mexican food Course
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PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in a position in your
life to be a parent? Please help a loving
couple become a loving family. Call collect
313/360-0223.
TAKE CONTROL! Conquer bad habits &
more w/Hypnotherapy. Call 741-5040.

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