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The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 13, 1997 - 7A

Iouse Dems say
GOP covered up

Soldier's suicide halts
prosecution of rape case

GingnCh
los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON - House Minority
Leader Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.) yes-
tdrday waded into the partisan furor
swirling around Newt Gingrich's ethics
violations, accusing Republicans of
engaging in a cover-up to prevent evi-
dence against the House speaker from
coming to light before all members
decide on his punishment.
Gephardt's accusation came as he
iticized the decision by the House
'GOP to vote on Gingrich's punish-
nment Jan. 21, even though a written
report on the case will not be avail-
able until late this week and public
h~iearings will have to be conducted
through the weekend.
"Why are we rushing to get through
this?" he asked on NBC-TV's "Meet
-the Press." "I think it's only to cover it
to make sure people don't have the
facts. All we've asked for is a normal,
reasonable process."
'Gephardt's comments mark the first
'time he has spoken out openly against
the Republicans' handling of the affair.
Meanwhile, Republican congression-
al leaders also went on the attack, with
Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-
Miss.) demanding a high-level investi-
gation into how a recording of a cellu-

U
s actions
lar telephone call potentially damaging
to Gingrich ended up being leaked to
the news media Two other leading
GOP figures, responding to reports that
a Democratic congressman gave the
tape to reporters, said if that proves to
be so, the House member should resign.
Time magazine, in its current edition,
quotes anonymous GOP sources as say-
ing they suspect that Rep. Jim
McDermott (D-Wash.), a House Ethics
Committee member, leaked the record-
ing. But the GOP leaders did not pub-
licly accuse McDermott in their com-
ments yesterday.
Collectively, the developments
brought a new level of intensity to the
increasingly partisan and bitter affair
that threatens to polarize the new
Congress as it begins work.
For the moment, Democrats are
focusing their fire on the GOP's refusal
to delay the full House vote on
Gingrich's punishment.
Rep. Bill Paxon (R-N.Y.), head of the
GOP congressional campaign commit-
tee, said on CNN's "Late Edition" that,
to meet a previously agreed upon Jan.
21 deadline for the House vote, tele-
vised public hearings by the Ethics
Committee on the Gingrich probe
would start Friday and could run

AP PHOTO
Democrats In the U.S. House say Rep.
Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) was involved in
ethics violations.
through next Monday - Inauguration
Day. The full House vote on punish-
ment for the Georgia Republican would
follow the next day.
While Republicans insist that the
tight scheduling is born of a desire to
deal with the affair swiftly so Congress
can concentrate on the legislative agen-
da, Democrats see it as one more exam-
ple of a process whose aim is more
about damage control than justice.
"I don't think this is the way we
ought to be acting. Let's let the ethics
process work," Gephardt said.

The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Pvt. Alan May
was already fighting charges that he
had raped another private at the Army
Ordnance Center at the Aberdeen
Proving Ground last year when news of
a sex scandal broke in November, rock-
ing the Maryland base where he was
training.
His case was not connected to the
very public investigation that led to
accusations of rape and other sexual
misconduct against two drill
sergeants and a company commander,
but the 22-year-old private told his
father that he was worried he might
not be able to get a fair trial in the
midst of the sensation.
May, who had denied any wrongdo-
ing, hanged himself a week ago with
the laces from his combat boots. Three
days later, on the same day he had been
scheduled to face a court-martial, the
Army gave May a memorial service.
"It's incredibly sad," said Capt.
Margaret Kemmerly Eckrote, the sol-
dier's attorney. He "never got to trial,
and his death denies him the possibility
of his name cleared."
May was accused in August of raping
someone he knew, a fellow private and
trainee who has since been transferred
and could not be reached for comment.
She told investigators that May raped
her. He insisted that the sex was con-

sensual. Had he been convicted, he
would have faced the possibility of life
in prison.
The Army would not release the
woman's name or the charging docu-
ments that would have provided details
of the incident, which allegedly
occurred in July.
Larry May can only speculate about
why his son
killed himself - (
the young man
did not leave a He CO,
suicide note -
but the retired understa
Air Force captain the
believes that the 3" wei
Army and the after bin
Aberdeen com-

re

50 women who may have been sexually
abused, assaulted or harassed during
their time at Aberdeen - allegations
that implicated more than 25 drill
sergeants and other trainers.
Larry May contends that as the Army
tried to control the public-relations dis-
aster, his son became the victim of
overzealous commanders who wanted
to prove they
were taking
care of business
udn 't#at Aberdeen.
"Obviously
id why these things
have been going
,,going on at Aberdeen
if for quite a
while" "Larry
-- Larry May May said in a
telephone inter-
suicide victim view from his
home in Round

manders were
not interested in
justice, and that
his son felt that

Father of

way, too.
"He was confused about why his cap-
tain was pressing this so hard," Larry
May said. "He couldn't understand why
they were going after him."
Alan May had asked to be discharged
from the Army instead of going to trial.
His request was denied after the scandal
involving his superiors became public
in November.
As the revelations of misconduct
widened, investigators identified about

Rock, exas. "But they were the author-
ity. They were going to do whatever they
wanted to prove they were in charge."
The Army contends that May's case
was handled no differently from the
four or five other rape cases prosecuted
each year at Aberdeen, an Army train-
ing center 30 miles north of Baltimore.
"We tried very hard to put the blind-
ers on," said Maj. Susan Gibson, deputy
staff judge advocate there. "The case
was prosecuted fairly."

,CLERK/COURIER

FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

.Ann Arbor firm seeks reliable individual to
t pyovide courier service to Ann arbor -
ilanti area locations and general clerical
- i~rt for firm. Must be energetic, able to
routinely lift 50 lbs., have great
o mmunication skills, a valid driver's license
-ahd transportation. This is a full time position
'with benefits available. Salary plus mileage.
Pjcase send resume to:
Human Resources
P.O. Box 8649
Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8649
EOE
COMPUTER ASSISTANT-Sophomore or
Junior needed for the Winter 1997 and fol-
lowing Terms to assist with maintaining
,cintosh hardware, software and LAN at
dent Publications. Gyod pay, flexible
hours. Work Study and others call for info.
and interview: 936-7883.
COMPUTER JOBS! Use your computer
.skills to help people in the Medical School
setting. The Learning Resource Center is
-looking for reliable & qualified individuals to
work at its computer site. Must be familiar w/
U-M computing environment & work well w/
people. Working knowledge of Macintosh
req. Knowledge of IBM is desirable. $5.75!
--hr: Call Marc 936-2241.
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eam an excellent income in the Cruise &
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Cashier experience helpful 8-18 hrs.,
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$6.25 - $6.75. Call 936-5971 after 12 noon.
FULL-TIME opening for Patient Repre-
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Successful applicant must possess good com-
munication & organizational skills & type
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to PMG, 313/677-7407 or mail to PMG, Per-
sonnel Coordinator, PO box 1108, Ann Ar-
bor MI, 48106-1108.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED for a busy
family near campus. General cleaning &
laundry, dishes, etc. 10-12 hrs./wk., $8/hr.
Call Cindy 998-0199.
HUNGRY HOWIE'S Pizza now hiring
drivers. Flexible hours. Also hiring part-time
inside help. Drivers eam up to $9/hr. 994-
5464.
INTERNATIONAL MUSIC booking agen-
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LACROSSE COACH Birmingham
women's H.S. team. March through May
$2250 plus expenses. Call Mike 810/264-
7117 Daytime 810/646-8305 Evenings.
LAW OFFICE looking for p/t messenger.
Applications must be avail.Mon. -Fri. p.m.'s
& 15-20 hrs./wk. Reliable trans. req. Duties
ml. general office procedure & errands. Fax
letter & resume to Westerman & Associates
995-9738.
LAWYER'S CLUB dining services now
hiring for winter term. Lunch and weekend
shifts available. $6.50/hr. Meal benefits,
catering opportunities. Apply in person at
551 S. State or call now at 764-1115. EOE.
LOOKING FOR THAT PERFECT JOB
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Look no further mon ami...work for the
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MANAGER for Fall Term. Salary-paid,
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Publications Bldg., & fill out an application.
Deadline: January 31. Any
questions???. ..Call Eric @ 764-0558.
LUNCHTIME wait & host staff needed U-
Club 1st floor Michigan Union. Apply in per-
son w/ Darla.
MACKINAC STATE HISTORIC PARKS
is now accepting applications for Seasonal
Interpretive Jobs at Mackinac Island and
Mackinaw City. We have openings for Tour
Guides, Historic House Interpreters,
Naturalists, and Musicians (Fiddlers,
Drummers, Buglers, and Fifers). June 8 -
Labor Day. $6.45 per hour. Housing avail.
Request an application from our Personnel
Office at 616/436-7301.
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS! Color-
Works is currently recruiting on campus for a
limited number of summer '97 management
positions. Gain hands on experience in
managing a business in your hometown. Op-
portunities available in Shelby Township,
Clinton Township, Livonia, Farmington
Hills, Novi, Grand Rapids, Midland,
Saginaw, Kalamazoo, and other areas. Sum-
mer earnings $7 - $9000. To speak to a cam-
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NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT - Na-
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rangers, firefighters, lifeguards, ±+volunteer
and govemnment poitions. Excellent benefits
+ bonus potentia Call: 1-206-971-3620 ext.
N55983.
NOTETAKERS NEEDED- Seniors &
Grads. Up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes.
Flexible schedule. Faculty Approved
Courses. Apply at Grade A Notes, 549 E.
University Ave. or call 741-9669 for more
info.
NOTETAKERS and Advertisers wanted.
Advertisers make $5 per class. Notetakers
can eam $300-$500 per class. Call Blue
Notes at 668-7172.
NOW HIRING - part-time cooks for Winter
term - Flexible hours. Great pay - meal dis-
count - no experience necessary. Apply at
Scorekeepers 310 Maynard. 995-0100.

OFFICE PERSON-flexible hours, working
independently. PC, math, work processing
skills, & transportation a must. $7/hr. Call
622-9191.
OFFICE/LIBRARY AND PRODUCION
ASSISTANTS
Part-time 10-15 hrs./wk., $7/hr. Work study
positions are open in the Center for
Professional Development. The Center is
located on the North Campus and provides
distance leaming and continuing education
opportunities to engineers. We are looking
for motivated, innovative staff to join our
team. If you would like to work in a fun
environment, contact Nancy at 647-7191 to
arrange for an interview. See gopher
technical work-study posting #0189-
Producion Asst. or office posting #2859-
Office Asst. and #2960-Library Asst. for
details of job responsibilities.
OUR FIRM is looking for individuals who
want to gain hands on management exp. next
summer. Earn $6,000 to $10,000 per
summer. Positions available throughout
Michigan including: Rochester, Utica, Troy,
Farmington, Boomfield, Novi, Livonia,
Hlint, Grand Rapids, Muskegon and many
more. 1-800/887-1960.
PIT PARAPRO to assist 2nd. & 5th. grade
students w/ Autism in classroom and during
p.m. bus ride. Hrs.: 12-3 p.m. Please send
application to:
Sharon Whitmore, Principal
North Creek Elementary School
699 McKinley Road
Chelsea, MI 48118
Or call: 313/475-3713
Deadline for applications is 1/23/97.
PIZZA HOUSE HIRING all positions. Full/
part-time. Answer phones, pizza-makers,
delivery drivers. Flexible scheduling. Apply
at 624 Church or call 995-5095.
RECENT GRADS & ABD'S: Does playing
a key role on a project funded by the Nation-
al Cancer Institute to develop spatial
epidemiology software sound challenging?
The successful candidate will have Pascal-
Delphi experience & a background in en-
vironmental/health sciences. Statistics/math-
ematics & GIS a plus. Competitive salary &
benefits. Geoff Jacquez: 313/913-1098; fax
913-2201; Jacquez@BioMedware.com
RECEPTIONIST for busy electrolysis of-
fice 4-8 p.m. Must be pleasant and enjoy
people. 971-8801.
RESEARCH DATA COLLECTION &
PROCESSING
The University of Michigan, Survey
Research Center Survey Lab is now
recruiting people with excellent
communication skills and interest/
background in the social/economic sciences
to join a team collecting national public
opinion telephone interviews. Candidates
need to be highly self-directed with a
professional telephone manner for
conducting research interviews. Experience
with IBM compatible computers helpful.
Keyboard/typing skills required. Must be
available to work 30 hours per week, nearly
exclusively evenings and weekends.
Competitive wages starting at $7.50/hr.
Attendance required at training.
Apply in person, weekdays 8:00 a.m. - 4:30
p.m., at the University of Michigan, Institute
for Social Research, Rm. 3350, 426
Thompson St., Ann Arbor from 1/8/97
through 1/27/97. For additional taped
information only, call 764-7109. No further
calls or contacts will be accepted. The
University of Michigan is an Equal
Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.
RESIDENT MANAGER
28 Unit deluxe Apartment Bldg. on UM
campus. Candidates must be mature & de-
pendable w/ some supervisory & mgmt.
experience. A couple will be seriously
considered. Reply w/ resume & references to
I.S. Landau, Inc. 5340 Plymouth Rd. Ste.
100, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
SECRETARY with good computer & writ-
ing skills. Reliable & organized. Call Amber
at 995-9665.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box

SML CO. SEEKS enthusiastic, motivated pt/
ft office asst. Customer service & MS Word/
Excel skills needed. Send resume or letter of
interest. Attn: Tara Smith, 404 N. River,
Ypsilanti 48198.
HELP
WA"-w-M
GOOD PAY f tuden$t custodians
to perform odd jobsp us cleaning &
ifing from &:15a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
on Tuesdays and Thursdays through-
out Winter Term 1997. For more
information, or to apply, come to:
Work Studies welcome, but not
required.
STOCK HELP needed all shifts avail. See
manager at Rite Aid. 22564 Packard Rd. 971-
1013.
STUDENT EMPLOYEES needed at Crisler
Arena for event staffing, set up, tear down,
and some cleaning. $5.50/hr. to start. Call
Lisa at 998-7236.
STUDENT/POST-DOC w/ optical design
experience for 2 optical projects. Excellent
pay. 764-5448.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
wk. No Selling! Call Allan 996-1107.
THE COMMONS CAFE on North Campus
now hiring: bussers, servers, cashiers.
Flexible hours, great $. Call Tim at 764-7535.
THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Participation would require frequent
office visits and laboratory evaluations, daily
injections, ultrasounds and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. The en-
tire process is strictly confidential, and finan-
cial compensation for time and travel expen-
ses will be provided. For more information,
or to initiate the screening process to be an
egg donor, call Merrilie Rousseau, BS, RNC,
Program Coordinator at (810) 558-1100, ext.
4016.
UNIVERSITY CATERING/Training clas-
ses starting now for waitstaff! Flexible hours/
great $/ P/T, F/T. Reliable individuals only!
Call Petey at 764-2142.
WANTED: An exceptional, friendly UM
student. WHEN: As soon as possible. To
work 15-20 hrs. These shift hours are avail-
able 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. and/or 3 p.m.-5:30
p.m. THE ASSIGNMENT: Posting #2880.
To perform simple office work, receive, sort
and route mail for Fleming Bldg. staff, main-
tain mailing lists, maintain office files, stuff,
seal, and stam p envelopes.
COMPENSATION: $6.25/hr. If interested,
please contact Bonnie Tucker at 763-4019
Office of the Vice President for University
Relations, 2020 Fleming Administration
Bldg.
WANTED: NANNY PIT, flex. hrs. Guaran-
teed 10 hrs./wk. Need car 769-7959.
WORK STUDY POSITIONS in en-
docrinology lab; 1 for amphibian care, 1 for
lab support. $7/hr. Contact Dr. Denver at
936-6625.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
a variety of work experiences? Flexible
hours, evenings/weekends possible. Com-
puter skills (word processing & data entry) a
plus. Off-campus office, own transportation
necessary, free parking. Cantact Barbara or
Peg @ 998-7832 to schedule an interview.
WORKSTUDY POSITIONS available im-
mediately at the Center for the Education of
Women. Interesting positions in the CEW
library and front office. Call 998-7080 to
apply.
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BABYSITTER-non smoker, 15-20 hrs./wk.,
flexible incl. weekends. Need car. 663-3223.
CARING dependable babysitter wanted for
my 2 yr. old & 8 month old in my A2 home.
1 a.m./wk. & occasional weekends.
Transportation, references required. Call 994-
6412.
EXP. CAREGIVER/HOUSEKEEPER
needed for 10-mo.-old in our A2 home. N-
smkr., ref., own trans. 994-0393.
MATURE, NONSMOKING Woman (pref.)
to babysit approximately 10 hrs./wk. for 2
children. Must have own car. 996-9077.
MOTHER'S HELPER/sitter wanted. Flex.
hrs. Car/refs. Great kids. 665-0555.
SITTER NEEDED to care for girls ages 2 &
5 in Westside home, Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 15-
20 hrs./wk. Must have car. 662-9796.
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e excellent people skills, a pply at:
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.Arbor, MI 48105.
DINNER WAIT PEOPLE needed- Local
sorority req. 3 wait people for dinner, 5:00-
6:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri., Duties ncl. set-up,
serving, & clean-up. Compensated by good
food and $5.00. 761-5578 days, 994-4261
eves.
DIVISION OF INFECTIOUS is looking for
a work study stud. to perform general office
"wrk & special projects. $6.00-$7.00/hr. 936-
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,roughout Michigan particularly in the fol-
lbwing areas: Ann Arbor, Sterling Heights,
Lk. Orion, Bloomfield, Plymouth, Novi,
=Northville, Utica, and Clarkston QTP will
,ber hiring UM students who are looking to
build an extensive resume while gaining
valuable experience in Marketing, Sales,
Management, and General Business. For
more information about these opportunities
call QTP at 1800/356-5987.
EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT -
Travel Eastern Europe by teaching basic con-
sational English in Prague, Budapest, or
kow. Inexpensive Room & Board + other
-potential benefits. Find out how to succeed in
this field. Call: (206) 971-3680 ext. K55985.
ENTRY LEVEL SQL PROGRAMMER.
join our development team. Basic SQL skills
and desire to learn visual programming
required. Excellent salary and benefits. Send
resume and salary history to: Janice Forte,
Busch's Valu Land, 2240 S. Main St., Ann

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Financial Services has information on 3,400+
public & private sector funding sources. A
MUST FOR ANYONE SEEKING FINAN-
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5 Thurs. eves, starts Jan. 16. Yoga class 6
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meditation 9:30. Sunday aftemoon medita-
tion - & chanting 5 p.m. Talks follow.,All
welcome. Zen Buddhist Temple 1214
Packard, at Wells. 761-6520.
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FALL '97 Need female to share 2 bdrin.:apt.
in Forest Place. Prkg., A/C, fum., heat &
water. $350/mo. 327-9569.
FEMALE RMMTE, wanted to share 2
bdrm. apt. Fall '97. Geat loc. $390/mo. neg.
Heat/water incl. 332-7916.
FEMALE to share 1 bdrm. condo $350/mo.
complete avail. now. 517/264-1958.
SHARE 1 BDRM. apt. Fum. w/ extra bed.
713 E. Kingsley #2 near Kerrytown. Bus to
N. Campus. $300/mo. 669-8796.
TWO BDRMS. for rent in a 3-bdrm. apt.
Fum. good cond. ldry. near central campus
Grad. pref. Avail. immed. Rent $270 & $310
Depends on size Call 669-0124.
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