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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 5, 1997 -
NATION/WORLD
*Buddhist nuns say Gore received illegal donations

WASHINGTON (AP) - Buddhist nuns
acknowledged yesterday that their temple ille-
gally reimbursed donors after a fund-raiser
attended by Vice President Al Gore and later
destroyed or altered records to avoid embarrass-
thent.
- The testimony by a trio of nuns, opening a
new round of Senate hearings, intensified the
focus on Gore, whose own 2000 presidential
ambitions could be hindered by questions over
his 1996 role. President Clinton defended Gore
anew, saying the vice president had followed the
law in raising money last year.
The nuns, from the Hsi Lai Temple outside Los
Angeles, told senators how temple leaders went to
the White House in March 1996 for a meeting
with Gore and invited him to visit their temple.
Afterwards, the temple and two fund-raisers

who had facilitated the meeting with Gore
planned the event as a fund-raiser.
The White House said yesterday the vice pres-
ident had no idea the event was going to be a
fund-raiser, although his staff should have
noticed.
The records were destroyed last fall once the
controversy over Gore's attendance at the event
had erupted during the final weeks of the presi-
dential campaign, one nun told the Senate panel
investigating campaign fund-raising abuses.
Man Ho said she destroyed a list of people
who had donated $42,500 to attend the luncheon
that she had prepared for Democratic fund-rais-
er John Huang. Once the fund-raiser became an
issue, "I was afraid the document might cause
embarrassment to the temple," she told senators.
Man Ho also testified that she destroyed lists of

"1 was afraid the
document might cause
embarrassment to the
temple ."
- Man Ho
Buddhist nun
names of people who attended the luncheon that
bore their telephone numbers and Social Security
numbers - information the Secret Service need-
ed to clear the guests into the temple.
Wearing nut-brown robes, the three nuns,
their hair cropped close, testified under grants of

immunity from prosecution conferred by the
Senate Governmental Atairs Committee. They
were the first witnesses after the panel's hearings
resumed following a month long recess.
The nuns testified a day after Attorney
General Janet Reno announced she was consid-
ering opening a preliminary investigation to
determine whether an independent counsel
should investigate calls Gore made to donors
from the White House. Federal law bars political
fund raising on government property.
Clinton, vacationing on Martha's Vineyard,
Mass., stood by Gore, saying, "I believe what he
did was legal" Clinton said he was confident
Reno would make a determination based on the
law.
The Senate hearings turned to the temple
fund-raiser as Republicans sought to undercut

Gore's assertion that he did not know whon he
attended the April 29, 1996, lunch that it Nas
organized to raise political donations.
Man Ho said the temple began laying pjns
for the fund-raiser soon after its leaders met uWith
Gore on March 13, 1996, in the White Hous .
The White House says Gore did not discuss
fund-raising during the meeting when he accept-
ed an invitation to visit the temple from the
group's Venerable Master Hsing Yan.- Th1
Buddhist leader was accompanied by Huang aid
Democratic fund-raiser Maria Hsia, as a wlas
the temple's abbess.
Man Ho testified that Hsia and Huang were
involved at every stage of the planning and-beth"
attended the luncheon. Huang was the master of
ceremonies and Hsia, a devotee of the teT le,-
sat at the head table, she said.

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PART-TIME WORK STUDY positions
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PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIP Im-
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Will assist photo editor in securing photog-
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(810)362-7425.
POST SEMINAR FLYERS on UM Campus
r psychologist. $10/hr. for up to 10 hrs. the
Week of 9/9. Details: email to
seninar@a eCoach.com>
POSTAL JOBS. No exp. necessary. For
info. call 800/942-5436 ext. 1157.
PSYCH. OR ED. MAJORS wanted for in-
'home tutorial programs for young children
with Autism. Several positions available.
Good pay, flexible hours, training provided.
S|pqt. 13, info. meeting scheduled. Call for
application, 973-9625 or 663-7628.
RESEARCH OFFICE SEEKS part-time of-
fice assistant(s). Flexible hours. Duties
lude: general office tasks(filling, mailing,
ting) and use of computer applications
(word processing, spreadsheets . Bring
resume to 3084 Institute for Social Research,
426 Thompson Street.
SALES POSITION PT or F/f1 with special-
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
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needed but helpfulFlexible hours, great so-
cial atmosphere. Apply today at 310
Maynard next to Kinkos. Ask for Matt 995-
0100.
ECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
am us full-time, part-time & overtime
available. Apply at State Security 525
Church, Ann Arbor 668-0444. EOE.
STATION ATTENDANT for North Cam-
pus gas station. Part-time evenings &
weekends. Call 663-6019 for interviews. -

WANTED
Student to provide administrative support &
assist faculty who are learning to use
technology. Must be familiar with Web
authoring, MS Office, Mac OS & Win 95 as
well as UM computing environment. 10-15
hours/week (flexible). Call 647-7406 for
more information, or stop by the Faculty
Exploratory in Room 206 Graduate Library
(second floor) and pick up an application.
WANTED RESPONSIBLE woman who
like and has experience w/ children to live in
our home with our 13 yr. old daughter when
we are away on business trips. (Approx. 1
wk./mo.). Must be able to dnve to activities
& afterschool lessons, spend evenings &
weekends with our daughter and commit to at
least next April. Close to U-M central
campus, good pay, $400/wk. Ref. req. Call
Barbara at 665-7056.
WANTED: COUNTER HELP at UM bus.
school snack bar. Pay rate $6.25/hr.fto start.
We hire work-study. Will train. Shifts avail.
7-11 a.m. & 11 a.m.72 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Please
contact Gayle Flowers or Petey Blyveis 936-
3160. EOE.
WANTED: ORDER PULLER. $9.34/hr.
Starts at 4 p.m. for VSA of Michigan, 8979
Samuel Barton Dr. Belleville 48111. 800/
288-8680.

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Let us help you find one.
The Michigan Daily
Classifieds Sales
Department is currently
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students to fill the position
of CLASSIFIED ACCOUNT
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Applications & interview
sign-ups are available at
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Questions? Just call 764-0557.

EXPERIENCED, Fun sitter needed for our 2
children (age 3,6). In our home (near
campus) 7-10 hrs./wk. Times negotiable $7/
hr. call 665-2803.
EXPERIENCED, CARING, fun-loving,
non-smoker who likes dogs wanted to watch
our 3 1/2 year old daughter. M&F. Reliable
car a +. House cleaning work available if
interested. Call 668-7809.
FATHER'S HELPER wanted through Mid-
June, M-F 3:30-7:30 pm. Be there when kids
return from school. General management of
household including dinner, errands, and
light cleaning. Own car & references
required. $180/wk. 741-7425.
INFANT CARE wanted for 7 mo. old in
Bums Park home. Hours flex. 995-9742.
MOTHER'S.HELPER- 10-20 hrs/wk. Must
have car. Call 944-1700.
MOTHERS HELPER that enjoys 7 & 9 yr.
olds. Help with transportation, dinner, & light
chores. Tues., Wed., & Thurs., 3:30 to
6:00pm. I'm home with baby. $8.00/hr. Need
car. Call 971-2674.
RESPONSIBLE SITTER/Companion for
eleven year old boy. 3-6 pm Mon-Fri. Near
Central Cmps. After 6 call 663-2206.
RESPONSIBLE NON-SMOKER for
afterschool eves., & weekend care. Art,
music, language, & sports interests. Must
have own car. 663-3223.
WANTED CHILDCARE workers after
school program K-. $6.50/start. Call King
Care @ 994-4485.
WANTED: CHILD CARE for a newbom in
our Bums Park home. 1 eve./week for UofM
home football games. 668-0273.
WED. MORNINGS and/or occasional eves.
Start at $7/hr. Call Sally 975-9473.
WEEKLY WOMEN'S GROUP seeks
dependable, experienced child care. Own
transportation please. Dana 741-8284.

ueenQwi
nation in
U After accusations of
indifference, the royal
family publicly mourns
LONDON - Stung by accusations
that the royal family has been indiffer-
ent to Britain's searing pain over the
death of Princess Diana, Queen
Elizabeth I yesterday scheduled an
extraordinary national broadcast and
Buckingham Palace loosened its proto-
col straitjacket.
After four days of silence and iso-
lation, the royals were everywhere
yesterday. The queen, her husband,
Prince Charles and Diana's sons,
Princes William and Harry, appeared
at the gates of their Scottish castle to
quietly inspect flowers left by mourn-
ers there.
Queen Elizabeth's youngest sons,
Princes Andrew and Edward, appeared
in London at St. James's Palace, where
Diana's coffin lies in a chapel. The two
mingled with crowds waiting in hours-
long lines to sign books of condolence
there.

Yesterday's

royal activity

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& 1 other afternoon. 3-7 p.m. Must drive. ALUMNAE NE]
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qualified applicant. 663-6030. good deal shall be

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* Variety of classes
" Flexible Schedule
" Faculty approved
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Apply at Grade A Notes
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Call 741-9669 for more info.
STUDENT CUSTODIANS WANTED for
Fall/Winter 1997-98. Good physical
condition: cleaning, lifting, odd jobs. Stu-
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receive top consideration. Good working
conditions. Good pay. Must be available 8:15
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gStudy welcome but not required. Apply now.
764-0550 or stop by room 210A Stu-
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STUDENT EMPLOYMENT at Pierpont
Cbmmons Cafe. Flexible hours, free meal,
M-F great pay. Call Tim at 764-7535.
STUDENTS
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17-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
enefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
f51 S. State St. (corner of State and S.

WEB SITE ASSISTANT
The Great Lakes Commission seeks part-time
web site asst. to update and maintain files on
the Great Lakes Information Network. Must
have experience using HTML and
WordPerfect or MS Word for Windows.
Requires demonstrated reliability, accuracy
and attention to detail. 15-20 hrs/wk. $8/hr.
No phone calls please. Send letter/resume to:
GUN Director, Great Lakes Commission,
400 Fourth St., Ann Arbor, MI 48103-4816.
WELL-CONDITIONED male life-drawing
model required by established artist-
anatomist. $10/hr. Telephone 761-4433 be-
tween 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
WIDE WORLD SPORTS CENTER is
hiring morning or evening receptionist,
concessions, soccer director, referees &
instructors. Please come to 2140 Oak Valley
Dr. (located behind Target) to fill out
application.
WORK NOW! $6.50/hr. Create your own
sched. valuable computer & comm. skills.
Flexible hrs. & fun atmosphere. Paid training.
For application & info stop by MI Telefund,
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WORK STUDY STUDENTS.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term.
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
WORK STUDY Help maintain retrovirus
lab. Pleasant job for any major. 10 flexible
hrs/wk; $7.50/hr. Call Kelly @ 647-8820.

**NURTURING, ENERGETIC childcare
provider in our home. Approx. 20hrs./wk.
Mon., Tues., & Thurs. Call 663-9354.
2 GREAT KIDS ages 2 & 4 need p.m.
babysitter on Mon. & Thurs. Call 662-4805.
ABLE RESPONSIBLE LOVING person to
care for 6 & 9 yr. old girls, SE Ann Arbor
home. Professional couple. Mon.-Fri. 3-6:30
p.m. (Some flexibility) Excellent pay. Must
have car. N-smkr. 973-6660 eve. & wknd, or
leave message.
ADORABLE BOYS (1 yr. & 3 yrs.)
seek in-home care (exp., ref.). Please call
761-5589.
ADORABLE CHILDREN need care. Tues.
& Thurs. Call Pam 761-1845.
AFTER SCHOOL child care needed. Must
have excellent references and good driving
record. Call 995-0560.
AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL! Great pay.
Great kids. Great afternoon hours. Have car?
Call Barb 313-662-3341.
BABYSITER Needed for 9 yr. old girl.
After school/eve. Tue., Thurs., Fri. Hrs. flex.
Must have car. 668-0240.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Tues. 8 a.m.-2
p.m. Occasional eves. & wknds. Ref. req.,
close to campus. Call Kathy 666-2467.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 children
ages 9 & 11, 2-3 afternoons, car req. Call
Polly 668-7929.
BABYSITTER for 1 & 3 yr. old 10-20 hrs.
Flex. time & pay. Must have ref. & car. N-
smkr. Call Kathleen 665-8987.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- Tue., Wed.,
Thur., 4:30-6:30 p.m. References req.
Provide own trans. Call if avail. any or all 3
days, 663-1552 eve.
BABYSITTER 9-11 a.m. Tues. for two 5 yr.
olds. More hours possible. Own trans. Burns
Park. Call 663-1448.
BUSY MOM WITH KIDS ages 12, 9, & 6,
seeks talented personal asst. Mon.-Thur.
3:30-8 p.m. To be responsible for errands, su-
sing homework, dinner, clean-up, &
btime routine. Requires above average
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but loving approach, sense of humor, positive
attitude, wisdom & maturity. Long term
commitment, good pay for dedicated worker.
Call 665-9764.
CHILD CARE PROVIDER wanted in our
home. 30-40 hrs./wk. Salary, benefits & hrs.
are neg. for the right person. 4 yr. old girl, 2
yr. old boy. 995-3809.
CHILD CARE needed. 5 & 9 year old boys.
3 afternoons after school. 10-15 hrs./wk. 663-
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CHILD CARE my home school days 3-6
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homework buddy. References, car required.
Call Pat 994-4744.
CHILDCARE For happy, healthy 3 yr. old
girl. Previous exp. & references req. 6-16
flexible hours/week. 11/2 miles from U of M
Stadium, ideal for students. Call 936-1110 or

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LOW FARES WORLDWIDE Instant pur-
chase Eurail passes issued. Regency Travel
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NEED 4 TICKETS for Notre Dame football
game. Call 313-394-0633.
NEED 6 NOTRE DAME/UM football tix.
Will pay big $. Call Jill 761-2790.
ROMANTIC GETAWAY- Cozy log cabins
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more. Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK Reps wanted for Acapul-
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parties, drinks & eats! FRee info packet.
Sunsplash Tours 1-800-426-7710.
STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with Con-
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WANT TO BUY I student season football
ticket. Call 517-694-5612 evenings.
WANTED 2 student season football tickets.
Section 24 - 29. 248-473-8488.
WANTED! Student Tickets to UM vs.
Colorado. Sect. 24 or 25. Will pay TOP
DOLLAR for tickets. call 810-623-7930.
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BASKTBAL PAYERS WANTED 5-7
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Practice gear provided. Interested...call
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INFORMATIONAL MEETING for those
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INT R ODUCT OR Y Z EN Meditation

appeared to have been counseled by
Prime Minister Tony Blair's govern-
ment. As criticism grew, the prime
minister had come out swinging for
the family Wednesday night. "They
are trying to make all the practical
arrangements of the funeral at the
same time as comforting the two
boys. They share our grief very
much and we should respect that,"
Blair said.
Yesterday morning, though,
Britain's four populist tabloids all pub-
lished blistering attacks on the royal
silence in what one observer called
"some of the strongest criticisms of
the monarch voiced during her (44-
year) reign."
"Where is Our Queen? Where is Her
Flag?" demanded The Sun. "Show Us
You Care," said The Express. "Your
People Are Suffering. Speak to Us
Ma'am' said The Mirror..
It was a blustery comeback from sen-
sationalist tabloids that had been an insa-
tiable market for paparazzi pictures of
Diana but had not seriously addressed the
issue of privacy since her death.
The queen's spokesperson, Geoffrey
Crawford, made a rare television state-
ment yesterday, after Blair had con-
ferred with Prince Charles.
"The queen has asked me to say
that the royal family has been hurt by
suggestions that they are indifferent
to the country's sorrows at the tragic
death of the princess of Wales,"
Crawford said. "The princess was a
much loved national figure, but she
was also a mother whose sons miss
her deeply. Prince William and Prince
Harry themselves want to be with the
father and grandparents at this time in
the quiet haven of Balmoral.
"As their grandmother, the queen is

11 address
broadcast #
helping the princes come to termf
with their loss as they prepare thenm
selves for the public ordeal of mour-
ing their mother with the natign:tt.
Saturday."
In addition to deciding to addreisith
nation, the queen advanced her fetrn
to London from Saturday morningdo
today.
In another gesture, respondi
criticism at the absence of a fla
Buckingham Palace all week, V
spokesman for the palace said the
queen, in a break with protocol hd
ordered the Union Jack to fly there af
half-mast during the funeral tomrIvi
morning.;
All flags in Britain and those oi4
side foreign embassies here ha
flown at half-mast all week, b
there has been only a bare p6l t
the palace, which has been wig
seen as symbolic of a remote-roy.
family with whom Diana f's ht
repeatedly before breaking frong it
entirely.
As a matter of long-standing ac
tice, the royal standard flies overbe
palace when the sovereign is iii resI
dence. When a king or queen is absefl
no flag flies. It is the royal faniiJt
equivalent of a store sign saying 'oe
or "closed"-
The Daily Mail was not satisfie
If protocol cannot bow to ph
grief by flying a Union Jack at h f-
mast over Buckingham PalaceAen
we say that protocol is a crass
courtier."
Late yesterday, invitations to the
funeral were withdrawn from the.dii
tors of all four tabloids at the req~g
the Spencer family, Britain's Charni41
reported.
The queen's implicit "Excuse m ii
not appear to have overcome p^Mr U
resentment. Last night, British telvi'i
news shows aired film of a procesi n of,
mourners, nearly all of whon id
grudgingly, "It's about time."
In France yesterday, official s s
confirmed that the driver of then
which Princess Diana and Dodi d
died lacked police authorizatioen,%,
drive it.
The powerful Mercedes-Benzs
was rented by the Ritz Hotel fr mI
private Paris company, E4pV-'
Limousine. Quoting an "autho ied
source," the Agence France-Presse
news agency said the Mercedes was
only supposed to be chauffeufid by
someone with the same special perniit
that taxi drivers in the French capi 'l
must possess. -4=
Henri Paul, deputy chief of spu-
ty at the Ritz, didn't have one and is
not on the list of permit holer
maintained by police, the soure ,told
AFP. A post-mortem blood test'hs
already found that Paul had mor
than three times the lawful level of
alcohol in his blood when he, Djana
and Fayed died.

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