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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 22, 1998 - 9A

.'Mad' cow industry fights back

Supreme Court rules lying by
public workers is punishable

Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON - Insisting on honesty as
the only policy, the Supreme Court ruled yes-
terday that public employees can be punished
for lying, even when they merely deny an accu-
sation that later turns out to be true.
There is no "right to make false statements,"
said Chief Justice William Rehnquist. An
employee who is asked about possible wrong-
doing has only two legal choices: tell the truth
or say nothing, he said.
The 9-0 decision reinstates the sanctions
against five federal workers who denied
charges that later were proved as true. They

included an agency police officer who made
harassing phone calls to co-workers, a Defense
Department worker who wrongly put $2,000 in
personal charges on a government credit card
and a nurse at a veterans' hospital who had a
sexual relationship with a patient.
In each instance, the workers denied the
charges when they were first asked about them.
Sometimes, lying to a supervisor can be
deemed worse than the underlying charge.
In each of these cases, the federal employees
were given extra punishment because they ini-
tially lied to investigators and denied the
charges.

But a US. appeals court reversed the extra pun-
ishment in all five cases, ruling that the
Constitution gave public employees a right to
deny charges against them. For example, the
agency police officer, Lester Erickson, was to be
dismissed from his job, but the appeals court rul-
ing reduced the punishment to a 15-day suspen-
sion.
In a criminal trial, a defendant has a right to
plead not guilty. But if the defendant takes the
witness stand and lies, he or she can be pun-
ished separately for perjury.
The "right to testify does not include a right
to commit perjury," the high court said in 1993.

AP PHOTO
Talk show host Oprah Winfrey reacts to fans as she leaves the federal courthouse in Amarillo,
Texas yesterday after the second day of her beef defamation trial.

MP 'vAYNE- (sister half of brother/
sister camp. Northeastern Pennsylvania, 6/
20-8718/98). Have the most memorable sum-
rof your lifel Directors needed for Drama,
Gamping/Nature, Cheerleading and Golf.
lzselors for: Tennis, Golf, Gymnastics,
em Sports, Low Ropes, Batik, Calligraphy,
culpiure, Drawin aufing Photography,
e'amics, Guitar, Silk-Screening, Swimming
(WSL preferred), Sailing, Waterskiing,
Dance, Aerobics and Piano. Other staff:
Driver/Video, Head Chef and Assistant,
ousekeeping, Night Watchperson. On Cam-
s interviews February 18th. Call 1-800-
79-3019 for information.
SHIERS NEEDED part-time evenings &
weekends. Flex. hrs. Food & Drug Mart 662-
4565. Ask for Bob.
CHEF'S ASSISTANT with excellent
culinary, organizational and supervisory
skills. Must have high volume kitchen
iperience. Varied schedule. Excellent pay
and benefits. Resume upon request. Call
Steve at 764-2142.
PHONATHON
XECALLERS
The School of Education is
now interviewing candidates
for our 1998 Winter Phonathon
calling team.
Duties: Telephone School of
Education alumni and solicit
contributions to the School.
Pay: $7.00 per hour plus
bonus pay and prizes.
Dates: Sunday through
Thursday evenings. February
1 through March 19. Paid
-training (required) January 26
or January 27. No calling
during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
be registered U-M students
and must work at least two
shifts per week.
To Apply: Call 763-4880
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
School of Education
Development and Alumni Services
1001 School of Education Bldg.
610 East University
CLERK- UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.
$6.75/hr. Prepare forms/charts for patient
admissions. Mon.-Fri. 4:30 p.m. until work is
pleted. 3-6 hrs./day. Average 20hrs./wk.
' l: 936-4 or more info.
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN. Entry level
technician. Requires basic knowledge of PC
Components and Windows. Troubleshooting
epenence a plus. Call 761-1698 ext. one or
PAX resume to 313-669-8485.
COUNSELORS: TOP BOYS SPORTS
CAMP in Mainel Exciting, fun summer!
Must have good skills, to instruct & coach.
Openings in: All Land Sports & All Water
Sports, RN's, Secretaries. Top salaries,
Awesome Facilities, Rm/Bd/Lndry, Travel.
ALL, E-MAIL (cobbachie@aol.com),
R WRITE: Steve Rubin, (800) 473-6104,
CAMP COBBOSSEE 10 Silvermine Dr., S.
Salem, NY 10590.

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DELI COUNTER PERSON needed
evenings, weekends. Food & Drug Mart.
662-4565. Ask for Bob.
DO YOU STILL LIKE to build snowmen?
Tell stories? Eat PB&J? Come be a pre-
school teacher with ust Full or part-time.
663-9753.
EARN $21 PARTICIPATING in 3-hour
reaction time study. Must be right-handed
female btwn. ages of 18-28. Email
mmhas@umich.edu
ENJOY KIDS & INTERNET? UM project
in AA schools need good folks who can work
2-10 hrs./wk. between 8 a.m.-3 p.m. $6/hr.
For more info., e-mail teresam@umich.edu
EVENT PLANNER needed at University of
Michigan's University Catering. Must be
outgoing, reliable and have excellent com-
munication skills. Part or Full time available.
Flexible hours. Computer knowledge
desirable. Call Shelly at 764-2142.
EXCEPTIONAL SUMMER
OPPORTUNITY
Camp Wayne, NE PA (3 hrs./NYC)-Sports
oriented. Counselor/Specialists for all Land/
Water Sports Inc. Tennis, Camping,
Climbing/Ropes, Mountain Biking, Rocketry,
Roller Hockey, Sailing/Waterskiing, A & C,
Drama, Radio, Video. CAmpus Interviews
Wed., Feb. 18. Please call 1-888-737-9296 or
516-883-3067/leave your name, phone
number and and mailing address.
EXPERIENCED STAFF NEEDED FOR
THE ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS-
SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE
PROGRAMS.
Days: Monday-Friday
Hours: 7:00-9:00 a.m.
and/or
3:00-6:00 p.m.
(part-time)
Pay Rate: $6.90 per hour
For more information, call Vickie Malcolm at
994-2313.
(For those with less than five day a week
availability, please call AnnMarie Furlong at
971-1896 to be placed on the Child Care
Substitute list. Pay rate: $6.20).
FREE T-SHIRT
+x1000
Credit Card fundraisers for
fraternities, sororities, & groups.
Any campus organization can
raise up to $1000 by earning a
whopping $5.00/VISAapplication.
Call 1-800-932-0528 ext. 65.
Qualified callers receive
FREE T-SHIRT.
GET PAID TO HAVE FUN! CAMP
MATAPONI
A girls camp in Maine has over 50
summertime openings for female and male
staff for Watersports, Landsports, Tennis,
Ropes Course, Arts & Crafts and much more.
Top $. Room/board and travel expense
provided. On campus interviews will be
conducted. For more info, call 609-424-2755
or email us at: mataponi@aol.com or look us
up at www.mataponi.com
GREAT SUMMER JOBS WITH UM
Alumni Association family camp. Instructor
positions in boating, riding, ropes course,
arts/crafts, ceramics, tennis, & more. On-
campus presentations:
Jan. 25-Alumni Center, 4:45 p.m.
Jan. 26-Couzens, 6:00 p.m.
Bursley, 8:00 .m.
Jan. 27-South Quad, 6:30 p.m.
East Quad, 8:00 p.m.
Meet w/staff, see camp video. For more info,
email: michigania@umich.edu
HELP WANTED Drivers and cooks full and
part time. Ann Arbor Mr. Pizza. 1200
Packard. 995-4040. Earn $6-12/hr.

HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
motivated college students who love kids!
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
a dedicated team. Competitive salaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
HOUSECLEANER- for rof. 3 hrs./wk.
$7.50/hr. 668-8818 or elias umich.edu
HOUSEHOLD HELP. We're looking for
someone who likes to shop & cook and is
willing to be a pair of "extra hands" for a
family with 3 young girls. Own trans. Hrs. 3-
6:30 various weekdays. Pay $10/hour. 668-
8044.
JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!
Chat with famous UM Alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!
***Telefund needs you!*** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. $6.50+/hr., to start,
bonuses galore!!
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #304.
JOIN THE NEILSEN'S FLOWERS
dynamic customer service telephone sales
development team. Full & part time positions
open. Benefits avail. order entry,
organizational, & communication skills are
necessary. Enthusiasm & creativity are
valued. Contact Elizabeth at 313-994-6112 or
fax resumes to 313-994-6151.
LAB ASSISTANT. Work study students
only. Prepare solutions, maintain sterile
glassware, assist with lab procedures. Depart-
ment of Dermatology. To apply, call Nancy
Swank at 763-0355.
LAB ATTENDANT. Chemistry/Physical
Sciences. $7/hr. Contact Doug 763-9244.
LONG TERM WORK study position. Earn
$7.50-8.50/hr. General office duties, flex. hrs.
936-0649
LOOKING FOR MANAGERIAL EX-
PERIENCE in a great work environment?
The Michigan Daily is hiring for next fall/
winter. Circulation Manager Regulates paper
distribution on campus. Applicants need
communication and org. skills. Flex. hours
and great pay! Call Christen 764-0558 for
more info. Application deadline Jan. 30.
EARN
$750-$1500/WEEK
Raise all the money your student
group needs by sponsoring a
VISA Fundraiser on your campus.
No investment & very little time
needed. There's no obligation, so
why not call for information today.
Call 1-800-323-8454 x 95.
MIND YOUR OWN Business! Colorworks
is currently recruiting on campus for a
limited number of summer '98 management
positions. Gain hands on experience in
managing a business in your hometown. Op-
portunities available in Detroit suburbs,
Lansing, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo,
Saginaw, Traverse City, Battle Creek. Sum-
mer earnings $7000-$9000. To speak with a
campus representative call 1-800-477-1001.
MODELS WANTED: Catalog & Live
Fashion. Create your portfolio and join our
website. All ages needed. Ashley Agency
332 S. Ashley or call 332-0993.
MUSIC INDUSTRY: booking agency seeks
intems. Call Jeremy at 313/995-5777 after 11
am..
NOW HIRING
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES
*Work for The Michigan Daily Classifieds
*Exciting, student-run environment
*Flexible hours around your classes
*Great resume and business experience
*Earn commission-based pay
* Have your work seen by 40,000 people
DAILY
Interested yet? For more information call
Adam or Monica at 764-0557 ASAPI
ODD JOBS: Help Mom w/ yard/hse. 4-8
hrs./wk. $6/hr. near Wells St. 747-9094.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED. 10-15 hrs./wk.
Contact Laurie Rau @ plant ext. 936-3292.
PERSON NEEDED to translate Bosnian to
English document. 248-373-0053.
RESEARCH INTERVIEWERS Full and
Part-time positions available immediately
Nationally renowned public health research
firm is currently hiring telephone inter-
viewers for major health surveys! No ex-
perience necessary. Paid training. Set your
own schedule! Days, evenings, and
weekends available. Comfortable
atmosphere, free parking, learn computer
skills. $7.50-9.00/hr! Bonuses for full-time
and/or excellence. Call Erin or Carl at: (313)
994-0003. EOE
RESPITE CARE PROVIDERS. Child care
for emotionally impaired youth ages 3-18.
Flex. hrs. Must be 18 yrs. old & have trans.
$8/hr. Next training 2/21/98. Call Carolyn
Smith (a.m.) at 971-9605.
RUN YOUR OWN SUMMER BUSINESS.
Lawn sprinkler installation & sales. Earn up
to $10,000. Vehicle rq.You choose the
location in Michigan or Ohio suburbs. Green-
land Irrigation 1-800-361-4074.

SECURITY GUARDS to work on U of M
campus. Apply at State Security Services,
525 Church St. 998-7201. E.O.E.
SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
motivated & possess exc. communication
skills? Do you have an enthusiastic per-
sonality/attitude? Exc. compensation
package. Up to 30 hrs./wk. avail. Call Mike
at 662-5485.
SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SPORTS MINDED hiring immed. 6-8 en-
thusiastic individuals for our Ann Arbor
office. No exp. nec. will train. Full or part
time. $12-15/hr. 913-5995.
STUDENTS/WORK STUDY STUDENTS
LAWYERS CLUB DINING hiring for winter
term. $7.25-8.00 to start. Lunch & wknd.
shifts avail. Catering opportunities & meal
benefits. Apply in person (551 . State,
corer of S. State & S. Univ.) or call 764-
1115.
TUTOR NEEDED FOR freshman in high
school. Gain educational exp. while helping
student get a grasp on the daily tasks of gh
school. Student needs help with study skills,
homework, w/special emphasis in algebra &
basic study sklls. P-T, fex. hrs., neg. fee.
Start as soon as possible. Must have own
trans. Call Peggy or Sandy 662-0849.
TUTOR NEEDED for 6 & 7 yr. old girls.
Approx. 2 times a wk. for 2 hrs. Contact
Mary 944-6818.
TUTOR/ASST. FOR language delayed 7 yr.
old. 4-5 days/week 9 a.m-3:30 p.m. at Burns
Park School in regular first grade class. Close
to UM Central Campus. $9/hr. start. Call Kim
evenings/weekends. 665-8473.
TUXEDO WORLD now hiring full-time &
p art-time associates. Earn up to $10hr.
Benefitseavail. If you are an enthusiastic &
hard-working individual please apply in per-
son at 893A W. Eisenhower Parkway (next to
Lone Star Steakhouse) or call 313-663-5780
for an app.
WAITSTAFF needed. Must be reliable,
energetic and Driver's License. Full or Part
time with flexible hours. Call 746-2142.
WANTED STRONG, energetic, reliable,
person for P/T barn help. 9950092.
WAREHOUSE
Attention Job Seekers! Do you need a
weekend job? The Meijer Distribution
Center in Newport, Michigan is looking for
hard working individuals to work Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday evenings.
Benefits include:
* Starting wage of $8.86/hour
* Shift premiums
* $275 mcentive can be easily earned
* Medical/Dental benefits and 401(k)
* Additional shifts avail. during week
The position includes order selecting in a fast
paced food distribution center. We are
ocated at Exit 21 off of I-75. If you are
interested, please drop off a completed job
application (available to any Meijer location)
at the Security building.
Meijer, Inc.
8857 Swan Creek Road
Newport, MI 48166
WEB MARKETING COORDINATOR.
This part-time position is responsible for im-
proving Genitor's web presence. Significant
exp. using e-mail & internet is required. Con-
tact Tom at 213-2500 or e-mail
trh@genitor.com.
WEBSITE PROGRAMMER: full-time.
Must have extensive exp. w/ html, strong
design & programming skills, and an ex-
ample website. Mac, NT & database ex-
penence useful. Fax 313-665-9353 or e-mail
jobs@diamondbullet.com
WORK STUDIES needed on study of
women vets and health. Call 763-3254.
WORK STUDIES needed on breast cancer
research project. Call 763-3254.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
a variety of work experiences? Flexible
hours. Computer skills (word processing,
data entry) a plus Will train. Positions avail-
able in publications, membership services,
web design & general office. Own transpor-
tation necessary. Free parking. Contact Heidi
or Peg at: 998-7832 to schedule interview.
WORK THE HOURS YOU CHOOSE:
Library Assistant position at Kellogg Eye
Center. 10-15 hrs.Jwk., but the schedule is
yours to set. Photocopying, various clerical
tasks, some data entry. Great way to learn
more about the libraries on campus! $7/hr. to
start; work-study possible; possibility of full-
time over breaks and summer. 763-9468.
child care

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FUN, CREATIVE, responsible caregiver
needed for our 2.5 year old son in our Ann
Arbor home. One or two afternoons per
week. (Mon., Tues., or Wed., 11:30 am - 7:00
pm) Non-smoker. References and transpor-
tation required. Call 971-7982.
LOOKING FOR A WARM & ex p.
caregiver. Occas. afternoons & some public
school holidays. Care for 2 children ages 8 &
11 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkr. w/ own trans. Refs. Potential
for reg. Spring/Summer hrs. Please call Jane
769-2875.
PART-TIME CHILD CARE needed in NE
A2 home for 3 mo. & 4 yr. old. Driving req.
Up to 30 hrs. Excellent pay & benefits. Ref.
req. Call 747-9482.
SEEKING REG. babysitter Mon. afternoon
& eve. for bright & happy 2 yr. old boy. Exp.
& refs. req. 995-5399.
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From $129 p.p. Sandpiper
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Free info
1-800-488-8828
Free Beer All Week
WWWSANDPIPERBEACON. COIF
UM HOCKEY VS. NOTRE DAME tix
needed (4 together). Adam 764-0557 or 663-
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T1 $3.99
I clwa Ultimate Spring
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198 Party Package includes:
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*Free Passes to the Super
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WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins an
lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, cross country
trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
616/276-9502.

$ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE Instant
purchase Eurail passes issued. Regency
Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
$ SPRING BREAK Reps wanted for
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665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
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$39 SPRING BREAK PACKAGE!
Boardwalk Beach Resort-Panama City's
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For more info
ski.dub@umich.edu
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LESSONS-STRING-WIND-PIANO. You
can play today - Herb David Guitar Studio
302 .Liberty 665-8001.
announcements
BASKETBALL FAN LOOKING for UofM
B-ball shoe. 1985 b-ball shoe - gold navy
Nike dunk. Will pay up to $350 new orused
Call 1-800-921-5411.
HAS YOUR MOTHER HAD breast
cancer?
Seeking sons ages 18-31 for research study.
Paid. Call 800-882-4515.

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FEM. GRAD STUD. N-smkr. N. Camas= 2
bdrm. ldry. prkg. May Lesley 994.425
ROOMATE NEEDED for spr./sum. and/or
fall/winter. Female n-smkg. 250 mo. plus
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