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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 9, 1997- 7

Tabloids pledge tact with royals

The Washington Post
LONDON - British newspaper executives, hoping
tq head off government action after searing criticism
from Princess Diana's brother that they had hounded
her to her death, pledged new steps yesterday to
*strain future news coverage of her two sons.
The editor of the
Independent promised that his m
newspaper will never again "We will 1
carry a photograph of Prince . u
William or Prince Harry in a picture$4
private setting, while the owner
of a leading tabloid said his princes .
papers will refrain from run-
ning intrusive photos "except sifuation
where they are considered nec-
ssary" - although he left
oom to reconsider for compet-
itive reasons.
Meanwhile, officials at Buckingham Palace con-
firmed that on Saturday, Earl Spencer, Diana's broth-
er, had rejected an overture from the royal family to
restore Diana's title of "Her Royal Highness," which
had been removed after her divorce from Prince
Charles a year ago.
The efforts at self-regulation by the media came in
the wake of Spencer's bitter attack in his remarks at
#aturday's funeral for Diana. Spencer said his sister
never understood why her acts of charity "were

sneered at by the press" and said the media's "perma-
nent quest to bring her down" had turned her into "the
most hunted person of the modern age."
Yesterday, in a front-page editorial, the Independent
said enough was enough. "We will never publish pic-
tures of the young princes, William and Harry, in pri-
vate situations again,' the
editorial said. "On state

never publish occasions maybe, or on
matters of constitutional
of the young significance, but even
then we will be sparing."
In in privaThe Independent is a

s again.
The London Independent
Front page editorial

broadsheet newspaper,
not a tabloid, and it has
resisted the extreme pur-
suit of Diana that many
tabloids have practiced.
But the editorial by editor

time over the weekend thinking about the response to
Earl Spencer's words in Westminster Abbey on
Saturday."
He said a combination of public pressure and press
restraint are needed to correct the problem. "The over-
whelming responsibility must rest with us to run our
newspapers decently," he said. "But the surest sanc-
tion for making sure that self-regulation works is that
people stop buying newspapers that behave abom-
inably."
Lord Rothermere, the chair of the media firm that
owns the Evening Standard and the Daily Mail, anoth-
er major tabloid here, said press executives should
take steps to police themselves, in part to prevent new
legal sanctions from being imposed.
As a first step he announced a ban on "all intrusive
pictures" except those deemed necessary for news
purposes. But he left open the possibility that compet-
itive pressures might force reconsideration.
In a telephone interview, Rothermere said such a
decision "can only be made by a proprietor, and I'm
hoping that my colleague proprietors will agree with
me that some restraint needs to be practiced."
Rothermere said the press must act to police
itself. "Otherwise we are going to get privacy legis-
lation, that is clear," he said. He added that once
government intervention begins, in whatever form,
"it will be completely uncontrollable. It will be a
nightmare."

Andrew Marr said all papers should be chastened by
what has happened.
"If we are not all sadder and wiser, we damned well
ought to be," the editorial said. "The hunt became a blood
sport. The quarry dead, let us find gentler pursuits."
The Independent's comments were echoed by oth-
ers. Max Hastings, editor of the Evening Standard,
one of the more restrained tabloids, said in a radio
interview yesterday, "I doubt if there's a journalist
around the country who hasn't spent a good deal of

APeHOTO
Mourners look on yesterday at a heart created with flowers outside the gate of
Aithorp Hall, Princess Diana's family home in Northhamptonshire, England. w

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OFFICE ASST. FOR law firm to do tasks
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PERSON TO DO LIGHT housework and
watch six year old after school. Two or three
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transportation with good driving record. Non-
smoker. $8 per hour/neg. Call 973-9162.
PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIP Im-
mediate opening at Troy, Mich., magazine
publisher. Approx. 20 hrs./week. Pay is
$5.50/hr. Must have excellent phone skills.
Will assist photo editor in securing photog-
raphy for 5national sports magazines. Fax
cover letter and resume to Christy Ebbert,
(810)362-7425.
POST SEMINAR FLYERS on UM Campus
or psychologist. $10/hr. for up to 10 hrs. the
W eek of 9/9. Details: email to
seminar@eCoach.com>
PROGRAMMER/SPORTS FAN: Sports
literature programmer needed P/T through
fall. $10/hr. Job@tgstats.com 741-8829.
RECEPTIONIST-ASSISTANT: Well
organized, punctual, person needed by fast-
paced real estate and legal firm. Computer,
filing and communication skills (along with
professional appearance) required, book
keeping experience desirable. Send resume
and salary requirements to: Lake Forest
Partners, Suite 200, 206 S. Fifth Ave., Ann
Arbor, MI 48104.
ENNAISANCE CLOTHIER is now in-
terviewing for part-time openings. The posi-
tions are both inmediate & for the near
future. Contact Dave Gilbert 769-8511.
RESEARCH OFFICE SEEKS part-time of-
fice assistant(s). Flexible hours. Duties
include: general office tasks(filling, mailing,
billing) and use of computer a lications
(word processing, spreadsheets). Bring
resume to 3084 Institute for Social Research,
426 Thompson Street.

RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS Needed: are
you a woman who has been suffering from
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dental evaluation, $150-$300 compensation
at completion. Study involves overnight stays
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40) with normal menstrual cycles who are
taking no regular medications (birth control
is acceptable and who have had no previous
jaw surgery may be eligible to participate.
Please contact Michelle at 936-4845 for fur-
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benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
STUDENTS WANTED!!
Part-time sales/mktg job.
Visit www.eduinfo.com

SUPERSTAR STUDENTS NEEDED! Earn
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credit cards. Opportunity to advance to cam-
pus manager involving hiring & training
other students. No car required. Must be out-
going & aggressive! Flexible hours & great
income! Call Ellen 800-592-2121 ext.116.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
wk. No selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
TUTOR NEEDED for high school Spanish
stud. pursuing independent study. High
school level 4 approx. second yr. college
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TUXEDO WORLD HIRING full & part-
time up to $10/hr., benefits available. If you
are an enthusiastic & hard working individual
please apply at: 893 W. Eisenhower Pkwy.,
Ann Arbor, or call: 313/663-5780 for
appointment.
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 drive 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. to start.
We hire work-study. Will train. Shifts avail.
7-11 a.m. & 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Please
contact Gayle Flowers or Petey Blyveis 936-
3160. EOE.
WANTED: ORDER PULLER. $9.34/hr.
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WEB SITE ASSISTANT
The Great Lakes Commission seeks part-time
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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:
GLIN Director, Great Lakes Commission,
400 Fourth St., Ann Arbor, MI 48103-4816.

WORK STUDY OFFICE positions at Stu-
dent Publications. We're looking for
punctual, energetic students for assisting with
some or all of mail, phones, filing, cash
receipts, library, database coordination.
Various hrs. available. Pay $5.90 to $6.75 per
hr. Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK-STUDY positions are immediately
available in two biochemistry labs. Duties in-
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Publications Bldg. 2nd. floor.
Questions? Just call 764-0557.
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. Contact Heidi or
Peg at: 998-7832 to schedule an interview.
Y&S SANDWICHES CAFE hiring crew
employees, shift managers, & drivers, no
grease. Very flexible hours. Short & long
shifts avail. Stop by the downstairs Michigan
Union Food Court.
!!SITTER/NANNY NEEDED Wednesday
& 1 other afternoon. 3-7 m. Must drive.
Children ages 9, 13, & 15. Excellent pay for
qualified applicant. 663-6030.
**NURTURING, ENERGETIC childcare
provider in our home. Approx. 2hrs./wk.
Mon., Tues., & Thurs. Call 663-9354.
2 GREAT KIDS ages 2 & 4 need p.m.
babysitter on Mon. & Thurs. Call 662-4805.
3 BOYS AGES 8,10 & 12 seek afterschool
care in their SW Ann Arbor home. Light
housekeeping. Trans. req. 761-5149.
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.
AFFECTIONATE responsible care needed
for 3 yr. old boy Fri. 2:30-5:30 p.m., & Sat.
4:30-9:30 p.m. Own car. Non-smoker,
experience, & ref. 971-5768.
AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL! Great pay.
Great kids. Great afternoon hours. Have car?
Call Barb 313-662-3341.

BABYSITTER/HOUSEKEEPER for
family, North East Ann Arbor. Tues.-Wed. 2/
3pm-6pm. Thurs. 23pm-8/9pm. $8/hr. Need
car and references. 995-9668.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home. 2 to
4 afternoons a week Mon.-Fri. Beginning at
2:30 p.m. Must have own car. Flexibility a
must. Call 761-2741.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Occasional wknd.
or wk. eves. Adorable 2yr. old. 994-3698/
9 13-3448 day. Call Gwen. Rfs. pref.
BABYSITTER NEEDED:Rdelightful 3 & 5
yr. old boys, Bums park area. Mon a.m.,
Wed. a.m., every other Thur. 5:30-8, wknd.
times. $7/hr. Car needed. Call 663-1455 if
avail. any of these times.
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-
3482. Exp. reference nec.
CHILD CARE NEEDED FOR two boys
ages 2 & 5. 15 hours/week. Flexible hours. 1
mile from campus. 761-1306.
CHILDCARE For happy, healthy 3 yr. old
girl. Previous exp. & references req. 6-16
flexible hours/week. 1 1/2 miles from U of M
Stadium, ideal for students. Call 936-1110 or
913-3205 (days).
CHILDCARE PROVIDER wanted: 3
Children ages 5 to 10 need care Mon. - Fri. 4
to 5 hrs./day. Person should be loving and
caring. $7/hr. Call 677-6902 evenings.
CHILDCARE FOR INFANT TWINS in
Saline home, Part-time, flex. hrs., reference
required. 313-429-8444
CODIRECTOR & SUPPORT STAFF
needed part-time for afterschool program ser-
ving special needs students. Call Just Us Club
994-8111 ext. 1699.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed.
Work according to your availability with
young children in a fun environment. Call Pat
at St. Paul's Early Childhood Center 668-
0887.
ENERGETIC BABYSITTER wanted. 2
days a week- 3 small children. Own transpor-
tation required. Call 313-944-2232
EXPERIENCED CAREGIVER needed for
1 1/2 yr. old in our Ann Arbor home. N-smkr.
References, own trans. 994-0393.
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 12 year old daughter. M&F. Reliable
car a +. Iouse 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.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE & mother's
helper for school age children. Non-smoker,
own car, & reliable. Mon. & Wed. from 3:30
to 6:30 pm. 662-7119.
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.
RUSSIAN OR FRENCH speaker needed
for toddler in Bums Park home. Mornings or
9-5 weekdays. Call 930-1622.
WANTED CHILDCARE workers after
school program K-5. $6.50/start. Call King
Care @ 994-4485.
WANTED: CHILD CARE for a newborn 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, exprienced child care. Own
transportation please. Dana 741-8284.

NEED 4 TICKETS for Notre Dame tooibalt
game. Call 313-394-0633.
NEED 6 NOTRE DAME/UM footbl~l' tix:'
Will pay big $. Call Jill 761-2790.
ROMANTIC GETAWAY- Cozy log cabins}
on lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, canoes &
more. Traverse City. 616/276-9502. -
SPRING BREAK Reps wanted for Acapul-
co from $559. Quad Call Dan Regency
Travel 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK '98 - Sell Trip's Eaii'
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commissions. Jamaica, Cancun, Bahamas
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parties, drinks & eats! FRee info'"packet.
Sunsplash Tours 1-800-426-7710. _
STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with'Con
tinental vouchers & Amex card. Regency
Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
WANT TO BUY 1 student season footbal
ticket. Call 517-694-5612 evenings.
WANTED! Student Tickets to UM vg.'
Colorado. Sect. 24 or 25. Will pay TOPl
DOLLAR for tickets. call 810-623-7930. .
WANTED: 2 TICKETS for UM vs. Ohio,
State. Not in student section. 930-2965. -

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BASKETBALL PLAYERS WANTED 5-7
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Practice gear provided. Interested.;.call
Eileen 763-1443.
INFORMATIONAL MEETING for-those
interested in becoming a U-M mens. basket-
ball manager. Thurs. Sept 18 @ 7pm st Cris-
ler Arena.
INTRODUCTORY ZEN Meditation
Course, 5 Thurs. eves. starts on 9/11 .-oga
class 6 Tues. eves. begins 9/9. Sunday
services; morning meditation 9:30, afteroon
meditation & chanting 5 pm, talks follow: All
welcome. Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214
Packard, at Wells 761-6520.
SIGN UP FOR the Lifeforms 3D Animption
Software class. Explore the choreograyhid
process w/ state-of-the-art software. Ue class
will focus on using Life Forms as a coma
positional tool in the creative process. The
class is open to all students. Computer skills
are not necessary. Dept. of Dance Division
671. Course No. 471/650 Sec. 603. (313)763
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HOUSEMATE NEEDED to share 3 bdrnb
hse. N-smkr.. Fem. Pref. 10 minute walk to
central cmp. Washr./Dryer. 1 blk. from-Yost.
Call996-5932. $350+util.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Roommates needed to share 5 bdrm. hse:
near Business School. 662-0070.
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AFTER SCHOOL child care needed. Must
have excellent references and good driving
record. Generous salary. Call 995-0560.

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