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Judy, heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
$115/MO. MAY-AUG. SUB. Dani 996-
5882. 1 bdrm./6 bdrm. hse. 2 ktch. Idry.
****2-4 PEOPLE-NEAR Bus./Law schools.
Spacious, new furn., prkng. & Indry., A/C.
Rent neg. 930-2127.
***GREAT SUBLET-spacious 1 bdrm. at
State & Packard, Ige. enough for 2. A/C,
pkng., balcony, & dining room. Avail. MAy-
Aug. $325/neg. Call 665-5334.
***LARGE 2 BEDROOM*** May -Aug. 2
baths, A/C, prkng., for 2-4 people, State/Hill.
$425/mo. total rent. Neg. 761-2149.
1 BDRM. MAY-AUG. Avail. for lease after'
sublet. Close to campus and mall. Rent +
move-in date neg. Call 994-8515.
1BDRM. SUNNY May-Aug. 519 Lawrence,
prkng./Ilndry. $500/mo. neg. 995-9951.
2 BR. APT. ON OAKLAND Room for 3
pkng., dishwasher, lots of storage. 662-4425.
2 LG BDRM. APT., May-Aug.,2 pkng. spc.
Great loc., $599 mo/neg. Call 668-0279.
2 SPACES in 3 bdrm. bilvl., furn. apt., A/C,
balcony. Next to CCRB. 996-1787.
5 BDRM. HOUSE for r to 6 people, prkg.
Two full baths, huge kitchen, fully furnished,
great condition, rent incl. utils. Call Gretchen
APT. FOR SUBLET Spring / Summer term.
2 bdrm. bi-level, 1 1/2 baths on S. Forest.
Price neg. 764-4957 or 764-4935.
AVAIL. MAY 1. Miller & Main. Beautifully
remodeled 3 bdrm. apt. with hardwood
floors, laundry & storage. Gallatin Realty Co.
994-0624 or 994-9558.
AVAIL MAY 1 Irg. bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt.
Near med. school. Spacious, cable, Idry.,
Pkn., $315/mo. neg. 996-8631.
BEAUTIFUL STUDIOS, 1, & 2 bdrm. apts.
w/recreation room. Free laundry, pkng.,
photocopying & much more. 741-9300.
BEST SUBLET in the world- eff. May-Aug.,
pkng., Idry., furn., 747-9406 Bette.
BY ST. PEPPER'S-3 rooms available in
spacious house. Spring/Summer. 761-1598.
CHARMING 2-3 PRS. furn. apt. Great loc.
Prkg. avail. May-Aug. Alex 995-1249.
ENTIRE HOUSE-4 bedroom, 3 car parking,
laundry, balcony, all included. $650/month.
529 N. Main. Must see! 668-8885.
FURN. STUDIO SINGLE avail. Jul.-Aug.,
kitchen, bath, free idry., quiet, Thompson St.
near Campus $350/mo. 663-6224.
GREAT SPR./SUMMER SUBLET. $250 +
util. Own room (furn. or not) in S. Forest
house with BBQ deck, yard, hrdwd. floors,
prkng., free laundry. Good housemates. Steve
or Missy 994-3494 or 763-1940.
HERITAGE HOUSE, 829 TAPPAN, Huge
2 bdrm. apts. Loaded. New furniture, Irge.
balc. Lndry. Pkng. Storage. $550/mo. for up
to 4 people. 761-3920 or 761-6170.
LARGE 1 BDRM. summer sublet, June thru
Aug. Overlooks Huron River, great view.
Near UM Hospital, Fuller pool, & N.
Campus. $350/mo. neg. Call Sue 741-0823.
MAY-AUG 2 BDRMS. IN 3 BDRM. furn.
apt. State/Catherine. Ladry., prkng., elec.
incl. $400/mo. 662-3337. Price neg.
MAY-AUG SUBLET your own bdrm. &
bath, cable, balcony, free pkng. for $194/mo.
Call Dave at 930-6581 for more info.
MAY-AUG VERY NICE LARGE loft rm.
in 3 bdrm. apt. near Frieze bldg. Pkng. $150/
mo. neg. Call 996-8406.
MAY-AUG. 1 bdrm. furn. apt. ldry., security,
balcony, A/C, near Stucchis, Rick's, Geddes
bus stop.$370 Neg. 747-8945.
NEEDED: 1-2 fem. for 1 rm. in roomy 2
bdrm. apt. Pkng. avail. May-Aug 31.,Great
cent. campus loc. Rent neg. 994-8981.
ONE BDRM. APT. May thru August $300
hist. home, top floor, parking. 665-3257.
ONE BEDROOM APT. 1016 Oakland
May-Sept.Balcony, great location, Dana 998-
RENT VERY NEG. 3 bedrooms. Right by
Law & B-School, microwave, fully-furn., off-
street parking, cable, carpet. Excellent mngt.
All util. includ. 747-9628.
S. UNIVERSITY SUBLET, 1 or 2 people.
Very cheap, Spring/Summer, Jon 769-4316.
SHAZAM1 SUMMER SUBLET! May-Aug.
furn. 3 Bdrm. house $650/mo. 3 Blks. to
campus. Lndry., Pkng., util. ml. Call 764-
6083 or 764-8865. 507 Linden. Cool Deal!
SINGLES IN CLASSY 6 bdrm. tudor hse.
Avail. Spring/Summer. Great location on S.
Forest. Full ktchn. & free pkng. Rent neg.
SPACIOUS / SUNNY 2+person, 1 bdrm.
apt. w/bay windows, lots of light, high
ceilings. Util. & lofts incl. Great loc. on Hill
St. May-Aug. Call 747-9228.
SPACIOUS SPLIT-LEVEL 1 BDRM.
May-Aug. on Packard near Law & B-
SchoolFurn., A/C, Pkng., Laundry.
$350/mo. neg. 665-6572. Don't Miss.
SPR. Avail. Apr. 25, n-smkg. fem. grad.
preferred. I bdrm. in clean, attractive 2-bdrm.
Idry., prkg., pool. 761-7865.
SPR./SUM. SUBLET FEM. n-smkg., free
pkng., furn., great loc., A/C, large for 1, spa-
cious for 2. Call 662-4835!!
SPRJSUM. SUB., 3 bdrms., Great location,
near IM, free laundry, dishwasher,prkg.,
price neg. 662-8513. 934 Mary St.
SPRING ONLY-1 BDRM. Spacious, sunny,
721 Forest, A/C, pkng., ldry., must see! Price
neg. 741-5109 or (313)737-0952.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLETS, I and 2
bedroom apartments, rooms, efficiencies.
Stop in to 625 Church St. or call Varsity
SUB. AVAIL. MAY 1. Large eff. Very
SUBLET, MAY TO AUGUST efficiency:
612 S. Forest Ave. $ neg. Call 665-0587.
SUBLET: 602 MONROE ST., 1g.,
furnished, I bdriu apt. close to Law School,
B-Schoul & Union, free pkng., 930-2166.
SUBLET: F William St. Modern, furn.,
studio, liidry dwslhr., cable, 24 hr. security,
F-Ail )A ~ ii '1'03
SlUMNi E R S'It3IRAGE from $32111o
Si A. uy Self-Storage 1-94 and Ann Arbor-
Saline Rd,.next to Meijecr. 769-0119.
Spacious 3 bdrn. in 5 bdrm. Close to
campus. 321 E. liberty #1. $150/rm. Price
neg. Avail. May-Sept. Call 741-4771.
SUMMER SUBLET - SUPER SHARP 2
bdrm. apt. in Forest at South U. Brand new
furn. A/C & balcony. $500, optional pkng.
Call 747-6805(Javier) or 747-7712(Alex).
SUMMER SUBLET 1105 S. STATE. 6
bedroom house, 3 baths, ample parking, $700
+ util. Call Judy, Heather or Todd at Op-
penheimer Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
SUMMER SUBLET on White near Yost. 2
bdrms., bi-level, room for 3. $450/mo. neg. +
elec. Avail May 15-Aug. 996-9538.
SUMMER SUBLET Your own room in 2
bdrm. furnished apt. near IM Building.
Call Ari 665-5865.
SUMMER SUBLET: 3-level apt. on
Church. Perfect for 3-4 people. $500 or best
offer. Call 930-2188.
YOUR OWN BDRM. for spring / summer in
a 2 bdrm. apt. on. Kingsley. Fenced-in yard
with wood deck for BBQ. Call 741-7539.
YOUR OWN ROOM in a fully furnished 2 -
bdrm. apt. avail. May - Aug. Prkng. Free
Indry. great location. Female, nonsmoker.
Rent neg. Call 668-0785.
ADOPTION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
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CLEANING SERVICE commercial,
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ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
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MORE THINGS FOR HAIR CARE than
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SOCIAL RESEARCH INTERVIEWERS
The University of Michigan, Survey
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ability is needed due to our use of computer-
assisted telephone interviewing. You must be
available to work 20 hours per week, mostly
evenings and weekends. Pay starts at $6 per
hour; bilingual Spanish-speaking
interviewers start at $7 per hour. Attendance
is required at a one week training during
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oldest, largest consumer lobby is now inter-
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abroad. 220 campers. Contact Rachel Levy,
CAREGIVER FOR 15 MO. OLD in our
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on your time. For more info, call 769-1345.
EMPLOYMENT full and part time. Apply
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Students living in Blmfd., Birm., Farm.,
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GOOD PAY 1 TO 1 1/2 HOURS TIME.
Students aged 20-30 needed for study of at-
titude change on social issues. Pay $15.
Dates: April 6, 7, & 10. Call 747-4447. Leave
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KITCHEN & WAITSTAFF help wanted. P/
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MAKE MONEY FOR YOUR organization.
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Aides say Social
could track patients
WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Clinton's plan to reform health care is
likely to include a universal identity
card that may use Social Security num-
bers tokeep track of patients, say White
House andcongressional aides involved
in drafting the package.
Ira Magaziner, coordinator of the
president's health-care task force, says
a "health security card" could be part of
the plan Clinton expects to give Congress
Two congressional aides with ties to
the task force, both speaking on
condition of anonymity, said Social
Security numbers were being considered
as the identification number for the cards.
More than 200 million Americans
have Social Security numbers. All
parents who want to claim a child as a
tax deduction must now get a Social
Security number before the baby's first
One of the congressional aides said
the medical ID card would likely apply
first to patients who receive free or
assisted medical care under the plan.
Eventually, every consumer could get a
health card. An estimated 37 million
Americans currently do not have health
Privacy experts contend that use of
Social Security numbers could
compromise the confidentiality of a
patient's medical history in this age of
computerized, womb-to-tomb records.
"It's not a secure identifier," said
Evan Hendricks, editor and publisherof
the Privacy Tunes, abiweekly newsletter
in Washington on privacy issues: "If
your Social Security number falls into
the hands of an unscrupulous person, it
can potentially ruin you financially or
It's not clear how sophisticated the
medical HD cards would be-as simple
as aplastic card with aname and number
or something closer to the cards used to
gain access to automatic bank teller
A congressional aide said the cards
could be used by doctors and hospitals
to call upacard holder's medical records,
such as their insurance benefits, from a
Magaziner told consumerand health
advocacy groups on Friday that a"smart
card" that would cany the cardholder's
detailed medical history in a microchip
is several years away.
The health industry spends an
estimated $35 billion a year on excess
paperwork; computerized records is
seen as a way to cut those costs.
Critics say employers, creditors or
insurance companies could obtain
medical information and use it to deny
someone a job, credit, or life or car
"The use of the Social Security
number is an invitation to abuse," said
Marc Rotenberg, director of the
Washington office of Computer
Professionals for Social Responsibility.
"It is the key that unlocks all the doors
to personal files."
Social Security numbers already are
widely used as identification, however.
The Internal Revenue Services uses
them to identify taxpayers and they are
used to track welfare recipients, military
personnel or patients at veterans
Social Security numbers are also the
student number at some universities,
the driver's license number in many
states, and required information for
many credit cards or other financial
Bosnians still struggle
after one year of war
(AP) - Marking the first anniversary
of the war that has shattered their lives
and their city, residents of Sarajevo
waver between resignation and disbe-
Grimand exhausted, they live day to
day, struggling to survive amid theruins
with U.N. handouts and a belief that the
Serb attackers will never take their city.
Today is regarded as the first anni-
versary of the war. Last April 6, the
United Nations recognized the Repub-
lic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Serbs
who oppose the state's independence
drive opened fire on peace demonstra-
The Bosnian government estimates
that 8,250 Sarajevans have died since
Across the republic, more than 200,000
people are dead or missing, the govern-
No official observances were
planned, but yesterday President Alija
Izetbegovic issued yet another appeal to
the international community to act.
The Serbs have seized 70 percent of
Bosnia's territory, and the eastern en-
clave of Srebrenica is on the verge of
falling to the Serbs.
"Please do something to save
Srebrenica and to stop this tragedy, the
wrote to President Clinton in a letter
read on Bosnian'IV.
Only the U.N. military command
scheduled something special on yester-
day - a crucial negotiating session of
the opposing army chiefs on the neutral
grounds of Sarajevo's airport.
Sarajevo's ordeal can be partially
understood in numbers: 2,500 children
killed; 35,000 apartments damaged or
destroyed; 75 percent of the city's old
architecture in ruins; 54,000 tons of
humanitarian aid brought in to keep the
But row upon row of wooden grave
markers filling Lion Cemetery and the
field of the nearby soccer stadium are
much more poignant than numbers.
"I didn't expect it to last this long,
but I don't see the end of it even now,"
said JadrankaStoikovic. aHare Krishna
'I didn't expect it to last
this long, but I don't see
the end of it even now.
- Jadranka Stojkovi-
Hare Krishna member
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refugees. "It could easily last another
The ugliness of war is everywhere:
hillsides and parks denuded of trees cut
down for fuel, smashed windows, un-
collected garbage picked overby skinny
cats and dogs.
But a year of dodging sniper bullets,
burying loved ones and struggling for
essentials - food, water and shelter-
have toughened the city and its spirit.
"In the first days of the war, we were
surprised and confused, but each day
we became moreand morecertain, more
and more solid, more and more con-
vinced that this is the ground where we
Purivatra, director of Obala, a gallery
that gathers the city's best young artists.
The defiance is evident in his the-
ater-gallery, which canbeenteredsafely
only through a hole carved in the rear
wall. Yesterday its small, warm cafe
was crowded with young people sip-
ping coffee and listening to rock music.
People try to carry on in many ways.
Most buses have been destroyed,
and an open truck carries people around
town. Neighbors share the last crumbs
of their bread, and the daily newspaper
Liberation continues to publish, even
though its offices were shattered.
In one recent spontaneous demon-
stration of dark humor, several people
boarded an idled streetcar while acrowd
of pedestrians pushed it-"just so they
could say they were riding the tram,"
said journalist Mirjana Pobric.
This shows the spirit of Sarajevo has
not been vanquished, said Borislav
Curic, an architect.
"These people who stayed, stayed
by choice. It has to do with the pride
of being a Sarajevo citizen," he said.
"I think that now it is a privilege to
be a citizen of Sarajevo -resisting the
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