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The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 23, 1998 - 7

Few interns work in West Wing

Pope meets with Castro,
preaches to thousands in Cuba

INTERNS actually around th
cials" andysad
Continued from Page . tions could happen
that one would come across a high- Lewinsky was in t
ranking official. It's the lower-level staff you have to have sp
members you become close with." do that). You have
Jamarkin said it's more plausible for more precautionary
S intern to get to know a staff member The Federal Bur
than the President. conducts backgrou
"The staff members at the White Wing interns, who
House are very young," Jamarkin said. badges to enter th
"A lot of them are in their twenties. White House, sai
There's not a lot of difference in age. A started at the W
relationship could be conceivable. intern.
From what I saw, I didn't know of that.' "There reallyN
Business senior Robin Landy, who could go into
interned in the Office of Presidential Holewinski said. "
Personnel in the OEOB said she had interns are housedi
ited access to major officials, LSA junior Step]
a though West Wing interns were much relationships she f
closer to the Clinton. ing at the White
"In the White House, I was never were not with top o
LEWINSKY
Continued from Page 1
"The allegations are false, and I would never ask anybody
to do anything other than tell the truth," Clinton said.
Lewinsky herself has denied the claims she made in tape-
orded conversations with her friend Linda Tripp. Jordan
added to the denials at a press conference yesterday afternoon
in remarks the White House hoped would dampen political
speculation in Washington.
"I want to say to you absolutely and unequivocally that Ms.
Lewinsky told me in no uncertain terms that she did not have
a sexual relationship with the president," Jordan told
reporters. He would not answer any questions.
Jones' attorneys had a wide-ranging subpoena served on

he high-ranked offi-
* "But these allega-
to anyone. Monica
the West Wing, and
pecial permission (to
to go through a lot
clearance."
eau of Investigation
nd checks for West
must obtain special
e West Wing of the
d Holewinski, who
Vhite House as an
weren't many who
the West Wing,"
Only 5 percent of all
in the West Wing."
hanie Powell said the
ormed while intern-
House last summer
officials, but with the

staff memnbers within h-er office.
"W oflice v '~I lai 1d back---not
as strict as youdl think a go ernment
office would be" Powell said. "Wc were
there from a.m. until 5 p.m. E ach st aff
person is assigned a new intern every ses-
sion. We played games to meet the staff
so that we'd get to know each other. At
that point, it wasn't just work."
Wolf said he would not speculate on
the allegations against Clinton, but said
Clinton's schedule was always full.
"He is an extremelv busy person,"
Wolf said. "For him to alter his sched-
ule would be detrimental to some of the
policies and plans. He does more in one
day than most people will do in a
month."
Interns said Clinton customarily
greets the hundreds of interns only once
each session, taking time to pose for
pictures and extend handshakes.

SANTA CLARA, Cuba (AP) - On
his first full day in "this beloved coun-
try," Pope John Paul II went straight to
the hearts and home life of the Cuban
people, despairing over the island's easy
access to abortion and scolding the
Castro government for closing the
doors to Catholic education.
When it comes to schools, "parents
... should be able to choose," the pope
declared to applause from tens of thou-
sands assembled for Mass in the dust
and sweltering heat of an athletic field
in this provincial city.
The demand for Catholic education
was also believed high on John Paul's
agenda for the most important official
encounter of his five-day *visit - a
meeting yesterday with President Fidel
Castro.
In just two addresses over less than
24 hours, on the first papal visit ever to
this Caribbean nation, the pontiff has
been blunt in listing what he considers
failings - along with accomplishments
- of Cuba's communist system.
And in this unprecedentedly open,
high-profile criticism of the 39-year-
old revolution, he has found help from
a surprising quarter- the system itself.
The Communist Party newspaper,
Granma, published Wednesday's papal
arrival speech, including its call for "a
climate of freedom" in Cuba. Even

the White House yesterday seeking all documents and evi-
dence concerning Lewinsky's employment there, her contacts
with the president and others and other information sought in
a similar subpoena issued by Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth
Starr a day earlier, officials said.
The fresh denials from Clinton and Jordan came as details
emerged about Lewinsky's entries to the White House and gifts
she received from the president. FBI agents working for Starr
were contacting other interns, including some who apparently
still work at the White House, according to officials.
Starr promised to move swiftly to sort through explosive
allegations that were the talk of the nation. Starr, a
Republican, rejected suggestions he might be out to "get"
Clinton. "Our job is to gather facts and to evaluate those facts
and to get at the truth," he said.

Cuban president Fidel Castro presents Pope John Paul 11 with a 120-year-old biog-
raphy of Father Felix Varela at the Palace of the Revolution in Cuba yesterday.

more important, the government is
devoting hours of national television
time to the papal events, giving the
merely curious - in bars, shops and
homes - a heavy helping of John
Paul's message.
The Havana leadership clearly is tak-
ing a calculated risk that this may
encourage dissent. But just as clearly it
hopes to burnish its image with a dis-
play of tolerance and openness.

What the curious saw yesterday was
an outpouring of deep emotion and
affection for the 77-year-old pontiff
after he flew in for a half-day in this
heartland city.
"We feel it! We feel it! The pope is
here among us!" the crowd chanted as
the "popemobile," a white pickup truck
topped by a bulletproof-glass compart-
ment, wended its way toward the open-
air altar.

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