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The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 11, 1984 - Page 13
Heart
patient
Y - continues
to recover
The 39-year-old suburban Detroit ac-
countant who underwent heart tran-
splant surgery last week at University
Hospitals is continuing to recover
without complications, hospital
spokesman John Woodford said yester-
day.
The man may be moved out of the
S"" isolation ward sometime next week,
and a biopsy will be performed soon to
determine whether the body is accep-
ting the new heart, Woodford said.
Surgeons spent two-and-a-half hours
last week transplanting the heart of a
Associated Press 17-year-old boy killed by a gunshot
Papal cards wound into the patient, whose name has
been withheld. It was the first tran-
Pope John Paul II walks to the altar yesterday in Bangkok, Thailand in the last stop on his Asian tour. In the splant performed at the University in
background are cards arranged by students to spell "Papa." nine years.
- Georgea Kovanis
Group fights downtown expansion[ THE DAILY
(Continued from Page n Fourth Avenue between Catherine and sympathizes with the need for down- CLASSIFIEDS
between residential and commercial Beakes into a strictly residential block town housing, agreed to lease the houseAT
uses." id If Council does pass the resolution, to the city for use as a homeless shelter ARE A GREAT
Residents they believed the Brauer said he may sue the city to several months ago. But the deal fell WAY TO GET
neighborhood atmosphere of the area recover the money he invested in the through when St. Nicholas Greek Or- FAST RESULTS
ghb help d busnesscener ie the rste osinehe paid a commercial price todsox Church expresedoposithn t CA LL 764-0557
Farmers' Market and Kerrytown for the house. the shelter because of the threat the in-CA L7405
thrive. The house has long been the cause of digents might have posed to its
Obviously, Kerson said, turning the controversy. Brauer, who says that he parishioners.
house on Fourth Avenue into a business
would upset the balance in the area.
Nevertheless, most members of the*
commission expressed approval of the M oonlight Madness
concerned about the lack of affordable
housing downtown.
Brauer's plan to turn the house inton
business could be thwarted, however, if
Council passes the resolution changing
House passes
military aid
package for Men's & Women's Clothing,
lSalvadorCamping and Bicycle Gear
(Continued from Page2)
determination up to the president alone Levi's - $13.99
virtually guarantees that the cer-
tification will be made regardless of the 15% off most Sleeping Bags
realities in El Salvador."
Responding to Reagan's televised 15% off all Fram e Packs
warning Wednesday night that the aid
is needed to stave off an expected 15% off all Gortex Parkas
Cuban-backed offensive against the
Salvadoran regime, Solarz said, "The 15% off all Bicycle Gear
American people do not want any more
Cubas in Central America, but neither
do they want any more Vietnams."
HOUSE Minority Leader Robert OPEN 'TiL MIDNIGHT
Michel, (R-Ill.), supported Republican
proposal, saying, "These conditions are
realistic. They can be met. El Salvador
is the sick man of Central America. If
we impose stringent conditions, we
may bring about a crisis rather than a
recovery."
"This demand that everyone we aid
must be absolutely perfect is not a sign 330 S. State * Ann Arbor * 761-6207
of compassion; it is a sign of con-
fusion," Michel said.

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