WASHINGTON, D.C.: Although lawyers for Paula Jones would like to demonstrate that President Clinton made improper overtures to a number of women, at least one former White House employee wants no part of it. Subpoenaed by Jones' lawyer to testify about allegations that Clinton made a pass at her in the White House when she worked there in 1993, Kathleen Willey, whom he later appointed to the U.S.O. board of directors, said she is "outraged that she is being pulled into the Paula Jones case," has nothing of relevance to contribute and would resist any deposition. Willey added that she continues to have a very good relationship with the President. White House spokesman Mike McCurry was not amused: "I'm not going to assist news organizations in pursuing that story."