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MONDAY. JANUARY 3 , 1 9 9 4 • CANTON. MICHIGAN • 3 2 PAGES

VOLUME 19 NUMBER 50

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Tax plan gets lukewarm reaction The school tax _ "the best thai we could hopefor,"according to Plymouth-Canton Schools Superintendent John Hoben. He and other local school officials are still critical of the way the plan came down. B Y K E V I N BROWN STAFF W a r n *

Plymouth-Canton school administrators are waiting for an analysis to learn how the two school funding plans approved by state lawmakers Christmas Eve could affect t h e district.

"Overall, it's I guess the best that we could hope for," said schools Superintendent John Hoben. " W e l l just have to adjust to whatever the details "I have a strong feeling t h a t basically we aren't going to b e on the plus side — we may have to cut the budg-

Legislators approved two plans, a " P l a n B " going before voters March 15 and "Plan A" which goes into effect if voters reject "B." By Plan A, homestead property taxes will be cut an average of 65 per- ' cent, personal income taxes will rise to 6 percent from the current 4.6 p e r cent and the real estate transfer tax rate will rise by 1 percent. By Plan B, the sales tax will rise from 4 to 6 cents, the homestead property tax is cut to six mills instead

et, but I don't think it's going to be as serious as it was in the past," Hoben said. "I don't think they've had time to really figure out what they're doing," said school board president Roland Thomas. "It's not about reform, it'B about keeping the ship afloat. Management by crisis is not good management" I t ' s been about taxes, not quality," T h o m a s said. "I have no idea if it's good or bad for us yet — T h e -whole process haB been very frustrating for a lot of people."

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TODAY Mettetal at issue: Michigan Aeronautics Commission Director Bill Gehman will attend the monthly Mettetal Advisory Board meeting at 7p.m. Thursday to disxuss comments made in early December about moving the runway. /2A

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Warm Getting u p at 6 a . m for a competition and home at midnight is just part of a continuing love affair with dancefor8-year-old Eliae Doran. " I get used to staying up late," STAFF

OPINION Review: While most of us are taking a serious look at what happened in 1993, one columnist takes a less than serious look at the past year. / 6 A

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Bottoms up: The Jockey Underwear Company has a colorful history — manufacturing the basics since 1870. /7A

TA6TE Eating out: Have tunch with dietitian Gail Posner, and learn how to make healthy choices. / I B Wine column: E. & J. Gallo Winery takes consumers by surprise. with premium wines. /IB —)

SPORTS Posting grades: Both Madonna Univefsity and Schoolcraft College have had their ups and downs athletically in the past year — and their final marks are in. / 1 C Title shot: Jennifer Katulski is one of several local skaters who will be shooting for honors at this week's U.S. Figure Skating Championships. A Livonia native, the 14-year-old Katulski has her sights ng set on the novice ladies' singles crown. / 1 C

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from Washington, D.C., where she h a d a chance to display her dancing abilities. U/aaninolAn t K»< WW •HBBKSQD TWWW * wings of a Little Miss Michigan T a l e n t title for her dancing — somtivee heart a n d soai -to at of Dance Arts Studio in : Canton. EUae a n d her teacher, Mary Helen wart, co-owner of t h e studio, call winning competitive dance — to of the Broadway hit, "If i Could See Me Now" iy the way. it was her first a d o competition " I like jazz the best," said Elise of Canton. " I ' m an acrobatic-gym kind of person. I like moving to music a n d jumping. I t h i n k I'm good at it. I like to entertain people. " — a • J a z z may be her favorite, but Eliae is trained in ballet and tap, all of the classes which she takes s t the Master of Danes Arts Studio And sbe's a n old pro. She began lessons when she was about 2V*. " I started bar with it a s some t h i n g fun fee her t o do," said her mom. Sherry. " S h e even dances when she's at home. For Elise, dance is not work.** Her t r i p to Washington with eight other girls from Michigan included dancing in what is called the Pageant of Peace in front of the White House Christmas tree, a s well as t h e Ronald McDonald House. Driven by limousine, EUae snd t h * other girls pe» formed at the White House singing Christinas carols. "We sang for people walking in the White House tours," Elise said. T h e main purpose for going to Washington wee to donate toys for the ToysforT o t s program. Her parents, Sherry and T o m , have s grand photo of Elise with the U A M a rines. who sponsor the program. T h e

Jazzkt': Elise Doran, 8, of Canton is dancing up astorm at the Master of Dance Arts Studio in Canton. She recently returned from a trip to Washington, D.C.

Canton teenagers back home for the New Year B Y JOANNE MALISZEWSKI

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Tony Hazard and Daniel Rauton, who were reported missing in early December, wanted to see what the real world is like. They did snd saw plenty. Now they're home, a a f t and carve. We feel we'll get m u c h better carvings.' i

Thi* year. H o m e City Ice of Ottawa Lake, Mich., will supply t h e 400,000 p o u n d s of ice to be transformed with a r t i s a n s ' chainsaws a n d fertile i m a g i n a t i o n s . F u r n i s h i n g t h e street sculpt u r e s will be N a d e a u ' s Ice"Sculpt u r e s Inc. of Forest Park. 111., which has a d d e d t h e festival to an impressive list of c l i e n t s including Hollywood movie producers. Miller I c e h o u s e Beer, and the

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W i t h t h e New Year's celebration J u s T ^ B e l u n d ^ u s T l F e ^ ^ t l H g event in the P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n , c o m m u n i t y is the ice festival. T o be exact, it's the 12th A n n u al P l y m o u t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l Ice Sculpture Spectacular It's a m o u t h full. But there's only one word to really remember, fun. And t h a t s t a r t s on Wednesday, J a n . 12, w h e n t h e events kick off. Activit i e s run through S u n d a y . More t h a n 500,000 people are expected to descend u p o n t h e two-and-a-half s q u a r e - m i l e town to have some fun while giving t h e local economy a shot in t h e a r m . Mike W a t t s of W a t t s - U p , inc., executive director of t h e festival, s a y s t h i s year's event Was treas u r e s galore in store.

Morse carved a carousel a n d donated t h e prize money to t h e YMCA. Others on t h e gueBt list include J i m J o h n s o n a n d t h e Bruiser George Baier of J . J . a n d t h e Morning Crew; Erik S m i t h of WXYZ news; meteorologist J u d y Coy of W J R ; sport show h o s t s Eli Zaret and D e n n y M c L a i n ; a n d T V personalities Dwayne X. Riley, Don S h a n e , Rob Kress, J o h n Kelly and Marilyn T u r n e r . Despite t h e t h e f t of their ice carving tools, K r i s - D a r b y a n d her s t u d e n t s from P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n Educational P a r k will enter competition.

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addition the back muscles, in their attempt to keep the individual upright, are strained a change wtiich one feels as a chronic ache In the neck the vertebrae assume ar. appearance as if the person was perpetually trying to lunge forward This cervical bend called the lordotic curve, develops because the weakened bone cannot support the weight of the skull and twain The mid back becomes protuberant because the effect of the long back muscies is not countered by a solid strut ol bone The configuration of the mid back changes to resemble a bow which the archer has pulled back The low back is curved in because the weigh! of trie whole body compresses t h e lumbar vertebrae from above while the strong psoas muscle pulls the pliable back vertebrae m a forward slant toward the lower extremities Given the forces arrayed against the thinned bone ol the back, the efforts by the person with osteoporosis to stan^ straight are futile Physicians try to minimize the ravages of osteoporosis However at this time no therapy has uniformly succeeded in stopping this age related process let alone resolving or reversing the damage already present

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way. S t a n k o v r e m a i n s suspicious. " I t ' s really a gut thing with me. T h i s , i s a perfect example of why people don't trust government." M e m b e r s of Concerned Citizens, which has monitored t h e a i r p o r t ' s s t a t u s a n d opposed state p u r c h a s e , plan to a t t e n d t h e meeting. " W e ' r e going to come and we're going to listen. We're going to point out what we t h o u g h t was a gentleman's agreem e n t , " said m e m b e r Bob Zaetta.

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s t a t e a n d t o w n s h i p guarantees certain safeguards for residents, i n c l u d i n g no expansion of t h e airI>ort a n d m a i n t a i n i n g t h e runway at 2,556 feet. T h e agreement req u i r e s t h a t any change to t h e run way or p u r c h a s e of parcel 12 would require t o w n s h i p approval. "I t h i n k he felt from an operational s t a n d p o i n t t h a t it was appropriate, " T J e h m a n said, explaining (Toiler's inclusion on t h e plan in t h e wish list. Coller is t h e s t a t e B u r e a u of Aeronautics licensing a n d enforcement manager. Gehm a n also assured t h a t the state has no p l a n s of shifting t h e run-

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BY JOANNE MALISZEWSKI STAKE WRITER

Life should be easier i n C a n t o n T o w n s h i p ' s building d e p a r t m e n t when t h e building s e a s o n rolls a r o u n d t h i s spring a n d s u m m e r . ""By "the end of 1994, a m a j o r portion of the t o w n s h i p will be computerized and i n t e g r a t e d , " said Brad T h o m p s o n , t o w n s h i p m a n a g e m e n t information s y s t e m s coordinator. In other words, when a resident or builder asks about t h e s t a t u s of a building or other type of p e r m i t , t h e information will be easily retrievable through a c o m p u t e r . Building employees currently keep track of all b u s i n e s s by hand. " S o m e o n e now has to sit a n d t y p e t h e permits, reports, t r a c k i n g a n d the government reports, fcight now, someone m a n u a l l y c o u n t s t h e n u m b e r of p e r m i t s . " -«aid Casey H a n s , m u n i c i p a l serv i c e s information coordinator. T'This is probably one of t h e most 3>aper-intensive d e p a r t m e n t s in 4he township." Work began on c o m p u t e r i z i n g t h e municipal 'Services d e p a r t TTient — b u i l d i n f y p l a n n i n g , engin e e r i n g and public works — in 1991. " P a r t of it has been c a p a c i t y

and c o m m i t m e n t , " T h o m p s o n said, referring to t h e delay in completing the project But the effort is u p a n d running again with p l a n s to c o m p l e t e computerization for b u i l d i n g services by March 1994, in time for the building season. "Hopefully, t h i s will give better service. T h e y will get their permits in a more timely way. Right now. people literally have to look from desk to desk to see where s o m e t h i n g is in t h e process." H a n s said. T h e c o m p u t e r program has already been written for building permits a n d work has begun on other permits, e s u c h as mechanical. p l u m b i n g a n d heating. Also to be c o m p u t e r i z e d are o r d i n a n c e c o m p l a i n t s a n d violations, fees and information required in government reporting, said J o h n Weyer, t o w n s h i p building official. "We will be able to b e t t e r comm u n i c a t e i n s p e c t i o n s a n d the tracking of where approvals have lieen m a d e . " Weyer said. When t h e s y s t e m is complete, an employee in t h e building dep a r t m e n t will be able to t a p into the computer and determine where a project is in the p l a n n i n g

a n d engineering p h a s e s . T h o m p son said. T o help c o m p l e t e t h e project, t o w n s h i p t r u s t e e s approved the hiring of a c o n s u l t a n t to help T h o m p s o n a n d a _3Staff programmer a n a l y s t for no more t h a n $50,000. T h o m p s o n e s t i m a t e s t h a t it will likely cost another $50,000 to c o m p l e t e t h e project. " T h i s is a one-time, up-front payment. We d o n ' t have to pay a m a i n t e n a n c e fee," T h o m p s o n said, explaining t h a t t h e system has been p r o g r a m m e d in-house rather than b u y i n g a program from a vendor. Building a n d inspection services, as well as p l a n n i n g , are the first p h a s e of t h e computerization program. E n g i n e e r i n g and public works will follow, T h o m p s o n said. T h e system will provide inform a t i o n a b o u t projects j u s t by plugging in an a d d r e s s and property-identification n u m b e r . But the plans don't include putting a computer t e r m i n a l n e a r t h e building d e p a r t m e n t c o u n t e r for public use. "Initially, we d o n ' t have plans to p u t one out there. B u t if we had enough d e m a n d , we could do t h i s , " T h o m p s o n said.

Older worker asset to library BY ANNEGIDOINGS SPECIAL

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At t h e age of 70, J a s w a n t l a l S h a h enjoys a productive diay at work at t h e C a n t o n P u b l i c Library. S h a h can be found in t h e T e c h nical Services D e p a r t m e n t , changing bar codes on book* t h a t have obsolete n u m b e r * . T h e p r o ceaa ia routine b u t neceaaary a n d in only five m o n t h s be baa completed over 20.000 of t h e 36.000 books needing new b a r oodea S h a h said be feel" t h i s h a s helped h i m avoid " t h e b o r e d o m of old age. W h e n you a r e o u t in t h e world a t large you a l w a y s a r e creative a n d able to a p p l y y o u r p a a t •kill* a n d t a l e n t a t o new sur-

roundings" Until recently, he worked in an i n t e r n s h i p t h r o u g h Life Work's Senior A I D E p r o g r s m . As of J s n usry. S h a h will work p a r t t i m e at t h e library. LifeWork. a d e p a r t m e n t of Child A F a m i l y Services, hss treined older a d u l t a for employment since 1979. S h a h ' s supervisor at t h e library. Claire M c L a u g h l i n , would agree with s t u d y r e s u l t s docum e n t i n g older workers' strengths. S h e adda t h a t S h a h goee beyond what his job d e s c r i p t i o n requires. " H e t r o u b l s s h o o U , e x a m i n e e details, s n d finds errors t h a t we d i d n ' t know existed P e r h s p s h i s reason for being so detailed ia t h a t by t r a i n e d in In-

dia as an a l l - a r o u n d supervisor. His experience covered nearly every aspect of b u s i n e s s operations. M c L a u g h l i n said " H e ' s a joy. his t e m p e r a m e n t is even* even on days when u n e x p e c t e d change* are occurring, n o t h i n g ruffle* him." If you are a senior 55 years or older and i n t e r e s t e d in going beck t o work, or a government or n o n ' profit organisation t h a t would like 20 h o u r s of free Isbor each week t h r o u g h t h e Senior AIDE program, call S a l l y Kruger a t (313) 483-1418 or 1-800-242-6130. Any buaineaa t h a t hirea an AIDE can receive 6 0 p e r c e n t reimbursem e n t on wages p a i d iA t h e first four ^ p e k a of e m p l o y m e n t

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Iced up: White chilly temperatures last week had some fotk^yearning for summer, Plymouth International Ice Sculpture Spectacular organizeand ice fest lovers — were hoping the cool weather would hold for the 12th annual fe^ioal Jan. 12-17. Chilly temperatures were the rule last year, as Richard Teeple and Ted^akarput the finishing touches to a sculpture. They and other area sculptors will be joHied by returning Japanese sculptors. Among featured attractions are a light show and First of America Bank's' fantasy land, "The Wild Wild West."

Notice: Public Comment Period Transportation Improvement Program (FY 1994-1996) Amendments Presented by: SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments 660 Plaza Drive, Suite 1900 Detroit MI 48226 (313) 962-4266 The public is invited to review and submit comments on amendments to the Fiscal Year (FY) 1994-1996 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) during the public comment period, January 3 to J a n u a r y 28,1994. The TIP is a listing of federally and non-federally funded major road and transit service improvements proposed by various communities, road agencies, transit agencies and the Michigan Department of Transportation. The Federal Intermodal Surface Transportaion Efficiency Act (ISTEA) emphasizes the public's opportunity to review and comment on road and transit projects proposed for federal funding. This public comment process is part of S E M C O G ' S overall responsibility for fomulating the TIP and for approving projects for federal funding. The additional projects are located in the Southeast Michigan counties of

Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw, Wayne and the City of Detroit. The types of proposed projects include construction of new roads, widening of existing roads, resurfacing and repair of roads and bridges, large bus and equipment purchases by transit agencies and operating assistance for transit agencies. The TIP document identifies the location of each project, estimated cost, the source of funds and the agency or community which has jurisdiction over the project. Written comments concerning the projects should be submitted to John M. Amberger, Executive Director of SEMCOG, at 660 Plaza Drive, Suite 1900, Detroit, MI, 48226. Verbal responses may also be made, at SEMCOG's Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) meeting to be held in SEMCOG offices (same address) on Wednesday, January 26, 1994, at 9:30 a.m.

The TIP amendments are available for review starting January 3 at the following locations: SEMCOG offices (address above) • The Surburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART), First National Bldg., 660 Woodward Ave., Detroit. The Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT), 1301 E Warren, Detroit. The Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Urban Area Transportation Study, 278 Collingwood, Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor TransportatibnAuthority, 2700 Industrial Hwy., Ann Arbor.

The- St. Clair County Metropolitan ^Planning Commission, 108 McMorran Blvd., Port Huron. County planning departments and the main offices of county road commissions in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair and Washtenaw and the Wayne County Department of Public . Services (Department of Engineering). The City of Detroit's planning department" and Planning Commission office.

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Bill to boost insurance fund coffers Tax plan M i c h i g a n ' s U n e m p l o y m e n t Ins u r a n c e T r u s t F u n d will receive an a d d i t i o n a l $300 million over t h e next five years under a bill p a s s e d by t h e Michigan Legislat u r e in t h e final h o u r s of the 1993 session, according to state Rep. Deborah W h y m a n of Canton. " T h i s is good news for job providers," W h y m a n said. T h e bill was overwhelmingly a p p r o v e d after b u s i n e s s and labor g r o u p s forged a compromise des p i t e m o n t h s of intense d e b a t e . S e n a t e Bill 2 now goes to Gov. J o h n E n g l e r ' s desk for his signature.

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" T h i s will help p r o t e c t t h e integrity of M i c h i g a n ' s j o b l e s s benefits program," W h y m a n said. " T h e extra revenue wiU bring the f u n d closer to t h e federally required m i n i m u m levels." S i n c e 1979, t h e m a x i m u m weekly benefit level h a s risen, through a u t o m a t i c cost of living a d j u s t m e n t s , an average of a l m o s t 8 percent a n n u a l l y f r o m $136 to $293. T h e bill would freeze the benefit level for t h r e e years and reduce costs by $153 million. Beginning in 1997, t h e benefit will be calculated using 53 p e r c e n t of

M i c h i g a n ' s j o b providers. T h e N B C reduction is tied to f u n d i n g of the advocacy program, which gives a s s i s t a n c e to c l a i m a n t s a n d employers.

W h y m a n said t h e plan also halves t h e 1-percent nonchargeable b e n e f i t s c o m p o n e n t (NBC) through 1998. T h e N B C finances u n a v o i d a b l e losses to t h e system a n d is levied against all employers regardless of their experience or reserve f u n d size.

W h y m a n said t h e legislation is the first of several reforms needed in t h e u n e m p l o y m e n t insurance system.

T h e tax reduction for employers who pay m o r e in u n e m p l o y m e n t i n s u r a n c e t h a n they t a k e back in employee c l a i m s would be approximately $10 million a n n u a l l y . T h i s will benefit more t h a n 48,700 employers, or 30 percent of

""Although we've t a k e n an important first step, more m u s t be done to p u t t h e s y s t e m on a better financial footing. I t > crucial to act now, so t h e s t a t e is prepared for cyclical changes in t h e economy."

OBITUARIES MILDRCD R. WILLETT

Services for Mildred R- Willett, 80. of C a n t o n were T u e s d a y , Dec. 28, at U h t F u n e r a l Home. Burial wasTiri" Oak wood Cemetery; Adrian. S h e was born J u n e 14, 1913. S h e died W e d n e s d a y , Dec. 22, in P l y m o u t h Court Nursing Home. S h e was a h o m e m a k e r and coowner a n d p u b l i s h e r of the Associated N e w s p a p e r s . S h e is survived by two daughters, M a r i l y n n G a r d n e r and Barbara L a r k i n ; two sons, Ronald Willett and David Willett; one sister, llene H a m m a n n of Clearwater. Fla.; 13 grandchildren; a n d 10 great-grandchildren. - T h o m a s Kayfes officiated t h e service.

NANCY S. KAUFMAN

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69, of Canton T o w n s h i p were J a n . 1, 1994 at H e e n e y - S u n d q u i s t Funeral Home, F a r m i n g t o n . Burial was in Glen Eden Cemetery, Livonia. S h e was born Nov. 12, 1924, in Detroit. She died W e d n e s d a y , Dec. 29, in Livonia. S h e w a s a 1946 graduate of W a y n e S t a t e University, receiving a b a c h e l o r of science degree in e l e m e n i a r y education. She t a u g h t in t h e Detroit P u b l i c School S y s t e m f r o m 19461975. She graduated f r o m Southeastern High School in 1942. She was a m e m b e r of t h e Sigma Kappa sorority a n d t h e Daughters of t h e American Revolution. S h e is survived by her h u s b a n d , Robert K a u f m a n of C a n t o n T o w n s h i p ; one son, W i l l i a m D. K a u f m a n ; one d a u g h t e r , M a r y S. Schade; and four g r a n d c h i l d r e n . T h e Rev. William C. Moore of-

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GLADYS L. MILLER

Services for G l a d y s L. Miller, 87, of Northville were Monday, Dec. 20, at V e r m e u l e n F u n e r a l Home. Burial was in Glen E d e n Memorial P a r k , Livonia. S h e w a s born J u n e 28, 1906, in Hesteler, O n t a r i o , C a n a d a . She died Friday, Dec. 17, in Northville. S h e w a s a h o m e m a k e r . S h e is surv ived by five sons, Robert Miller of B r a d e n t o n , Fla., William Miller of Central Lake, Mich., J a m e s Miller of Garden Gity^ T h o m a s Miller of T e c u m s e h and R i c h a r d C. Miller of Frostproof. Fla.; one d a u g h t e r . J o A n n Ost of P l y m o u t h ; 11 grandchildren; a n d 11 great-grandchildren. Dr. J e r r y Yarnell officiated t h e service. Memorial c o n t r i b u t i o n s may be given to M u s c u l a r Dystrophy Association.

EVA E. WALTON

Services for Eva E. Walton, 77, of W e s t l a n d were T h u r s d a y , Dec. 30, at Vermeulen F u n e r a l Home. Burial was in U n i t e d Memorial Gardens-, S u p e r i o r T o w n s h i p . She was born Oct. 10, 1916, in Obion C o u n t y , T e n n . S h e died T u e s d a y , Dec. 28, in Livonia. S h e was a h o m e m a k e r . S h e is survived by her h u s b a n d . Noble D . W a l t o n of W e s t l a n d ; two sons, J o h n D. W a l t o n of Canton and Ronald D. Walton of W e s t l a n d ; one d a u g h t e r , W a n d a S. Weitzel of Ash Flat, Ark.; 12 * grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert Guynri of Barryton. Mich.; a n d one sister, Rachael Stofa of Brooksville, Fla.

of 12 m i l l s a n d t h e cigarette tax is hiked 50 c e n t s per pack. S t a t e R e p . Jerry Vorva, RP l y m o u t h , said either package s h o u l d provide an overall increase for e d u c a t i o n statewide. " P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n could break even or come out a little bit a h e a d , I ' m still waiting for t h e final a n a l y s i s , " Vorva said. "1 d o n ' t t h i n k they're going to be h u r t , " - h « ^ a i d . On v a r i o u s aspects of t h e school t a x paclnrge, Vorva voted no on t h e income tax " s i m p l y bec a u s e i t ' s not a fair tax, it does not tax government employees' ret i r e m e n t s , including teachers a n d a d m i n i s t r a t o r s , " he said. He s a i d legislators "are always quick to raise the income tax bec a u s e they d o n ' t pay it." " P e o p l e in the.education i n d u s try always criticize senior citizens for not voting for millages, b u t

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cialist while assigned with Sea Control S q u a d r o n 29, Naval Air ' S t a t i o n North. Island, S a n Diego. T h e 1976 g r a d u a t e o f W . M . Floyd High School of Mastic Beach, N.Y., joiped t h e Navy in July 1976.

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t h e Little M i s s Small Fry of America. Little M i s s Small Fry of M i c h i g a n a n d Little Miss S m a l l Fry of Las Vegas titles, all t h r o u g h t h e D a n c e E d u c a t o r s organization At t h e Canton s t u d i o , Elise is in t h e competitive division for 7- to 9-year-olds. Elise, who w a n t s to become a Broadway d a n c e r when she grows up, practices her dancing every week, with lessons every day. p l u s s h e works with a tutor two d a y s a week T h e g y m n a s t i c s part of h e r t a l e n t is s o m e t h i n g she t a u g h t herself at h o m e " D a n c i n g is a family ordeal. If o n e child d a n c e s , we are alL involved," Elise's mom said. B u t s h e a d m i t s she wouldn't have it a n y o t h e r way " S h e just d a n c e s all t h e t i m e . " While W a s h i n g t o n was a t r e a t for Elise, she a n d other girls f r o m t h e studio, including her best f r i e n d . Rachel Fillister of C a n t o n , who d a n c e s in an older girls c o m petition group, will be headed for Disney World in O r l a n d o for m o r e c o m p e t i t i o n later in t h e year. But W a s h i n g t o n is still in Elise's m i n d S h e saw all t h e r e was to see i n . W a s h i n g t o n . T h e W h i t e fjouite — where she d i d n ' t see t h e p r e s i d e n t — wasn't exactly w h a t she expected. ^'It was big. b u t it wasn't a s big a s I t h o u g h t . T h e Capitol was bigger." E l i s e s a i d .

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campaign lagging T h e P l y m o u t h Salvation Army ey collected t h i s C h r i s t m a s season in t h e a n n u a l kettle drive " r a n a little short of our goal," said S a l v a t i o n Army office m a n a ger L i n d a Spilos. In P l y m o u t h . '$36,528.09 was collected aiid $32,466.46 was col-

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Air Force Tech. Sgt. Howell A. Epperson has been decorated with t h e Air Force C o m m e n d a t i o n Medal. T h e m e d a l is awarded to those i n d i v i d u a l s who demonstVate o u t s t a n d i n g achievement or meritorious service in t h e performance of their d u t i e s on behalf of the Air Force. E p p e r s o n , an air t r a n s p o r t a t i o n supervisor, is t h e son of W i l l i a m a n d Ardith Epperson of P l y m o u t h . E p p e r s o n is a 1971 g r a d u a t e of P l y m o u t h High School. - - •

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judge to a t t a c h specific conditions to t h e parole of a m a n with nine prior convictions, i n s t e a d of j u s t _ effectively s e t t i n g h i m free, as the s t a t e parole board t r i e d to do. But t h e parole board c o u n t e r e d Waxd. by canceling t h e m a n ' s parole, leaving h i m in p r i s o n . T h i s story isn't over yet, as W a r d has appealed t h e parole l»oard's decision. • McNamara m a d e headlines again in October w h e n he took three b u s loads of local officials to Lansing to p r o t e s t proposed c u t s in state s u b s i d i e s to local government. At a speech-filled lunch in t h e civic center t h a t day m a n y p r o m i n e n t D e m o c r a t i c s t a t e pols dropped by to pay .homage to McNamara. One area R e p u b l i c a n official ' declined an i n v i t a t i o n 10 join t h e protest, saying it s o u n d e d too much like a M c N a m a r a lor governor campaign e v e n t . S T h e county b u d g e t m a d e news, as usual, first a s b i t t e r a r g u m e n t s boiled over a n d layoffs were threatened a n d o f f k i a l s slruggled to wipe out an $ 11,75 million shortfall in t h e fiscal 1993 budget. Later, when t h e 1994 budget was discussed, t h e s a m e officials cooperated, c o m p r o m i s e d and complimented one a n o t h e r on t h e terrific job they were doing. "We're sick of bickering." said commissioner O'Neil. " W e w a n t e d Ui see if we could do t h i s like a d u l t s . "

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t's nearly a n impossible task to m a k e it t h o u g h New Year's without reading or seeing a review of the past year. T h e r e are death lists, navel-gazing stories a b o u t school financing a n d predictions of peace in the Mideast. T h e s e days, c h a n c e s of peace in the " Mideast are better t h a n coming u p wttHa-sebo©} financing plan t h a t will work. But I'll leave all t h e serious-looks back a n d looks forward to others. For me. New Year's is t h e t i m e to look back at all t h e s t u p i d things I did all year. Here's a sampling; • S t u p i d i t y came in with the New Year. It was t i m e for a new car battery. However, I d i d n ' t buy one until the following December when the car engine was dead as a New Year's resolution a n d it was 5 degrees. • Forgetting V a l e n t i n e ' s Day. Being a seventh-generation red neck, I t h o u g h t

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A whole new world is opening up at the Hudson's store in the Summit Place Mall in Waterford, but it's to mixed reviews from shoppers. Hudson's is half-way through a complete renovation of its "old, Pontiac Mall" store, patterning the project after its recent remodeling of the upscaled Oakland Mall store in Troy. • The grand opening of the tri-ievel, 284.000-square-foot store is set for

fall 1994, but most of the renovation will be completed by spring, according to Chris Morrisroe, Hudson's spokeswoman. Currently, a new Marketplace deli, complete with expresso/ capuccino bar is open on the third floor, the men's department on the lower level is finished; the cosmetic and jewelry departments on the main floor are new, (though other main floor departments are still under construction), and upstairs, the children s v housewares, and electronics departments are also under the

Pat Hunter of Waterford and Joan Townsend of Clarkston stopped in to have lunch at t i e restaurant — only to discover it gone, replaced by a deli counter and minimal cafe seating. "We ordered lunch from the deli counter; the service was good, the food was excellent, but we won't be back." said Hunter. "I don't want to take a number, stand in line and carry my own food to the table. I like to be waited on when I go out to lunch, especially when I'm shopping. How

are shoppers going to manage food trays, purses, strollers and packages? Is that H u d s o n ' s idea of convenience?" Townsend agreed. "I would like the restaurant back, thank you," she said. "We're retired and at a point in our lives when we don't want to stand in lines anymore. I'm d i s a p p o i n t e d . Maybe some shoppers will like this set up, but I don't know about the older folks." .One employee who did not want to be identified said she was sad that the book d e p a r t m e n t wa6 gone: ~ . Many of us used to buy paperbacks in the book department to read on our breaks," she said. "Td buy a different one every week." See HUDSON'S, 8A

Jockey underwear changes through the years BY SLSAN DF.MAGGIO STAFF WRITER

You put it on every morning and take it off each night. In between, your mother worries that it's clean. At this time of year, you care more that it's warm. A brief history of underwear reveals that cold and dirt were the twin inspirations for the wearing of undergarments back in the 1870s when Samuel T. Cooper established the forerunner to Jockey International in St. Joseph. Mich.

Why wear it? Underwear served as an additional layer of warmth when households were drafty and without running water. Wearing undergarments was also a way to keep clothing cleaner longer when frequent laundering was impossible. When Cooper's introduced the

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union suit in 1915. sales boomed. Men loved the one-piece, white, wool suit because it eliminated bulk at the waist and it stopped drafts beforethey reached the skin. In 1911. Coopers became the first underwear company to advertise in an a national magazine with an ad in the Saturday Evening Post for the Kenosha Klosed Krotch

Advertising illustrator J.C. Leyendecker (of Kellogg's Corn Flakes 'amel created the "Man on the Bag" emblem for Cooper's, picturing the rear view of man in a union suit with one leg on a sack of flour, revealing the way the Kenosha Klosed Krotch See JOCKEY, 8A

Cooper died in 1892. and his three sons moved the company to Kenosha, Wis., where they turned Cooper's into a household name — Jockey. Jockey perfected the union suit, invented the men's brief, patented the Y-front (it provides "restful buoyancy") and pioneered new methods of marketing, promoting and packaging its. products. The_Chicago Historical Museum is hosting an exhibit' of Jockey International's contributions to the industrythrough J a n . 15. Today, three manuf a c t u r e r s lead the- sate ofu n d e r g a r ments in the United Stales — Fruit of the Loom, based in.Bowling Green, Ky.; Hanes, based in Winston-Salem, N.C.; and Jockey International. Lisa Witek. spokeswoman for 118year old Jockey International, refused to give out sales figues for the privately owned company but said that Jockey is in the number three spot in terms of underwear sales. The product is sold only in department and specialty stores around the world, through 14,000 vendors. Locally, Jockey is sold at Crowley's, Jacobson's and Hudson's.

Second skin: Vignettes from Jockey's past tell the underwear story at the Chicago Historical Museum. Jockey rode to fame on its patented 'Y-front" pictured here in the classic brief (left) and the Singleton.

RETAIL DETAILS Retail D e t a i l s f e a t u r e s the latest openings, closings, new merchandise lines and personnel changes around the Malls and MamStreets. To include news, wnte: Retail Details, Observer & Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft, Livonia 48150. The fax number is (313) 591- 7279. • KIDS SERIES Rory. kidrock recording artist and Learning Channel television host, performs at Lakeside Mall, to kick-off the 1994 Family Night Series held each first Wednesday of the month. Rory will sing with her four-piece Knock-Your-SocksOff Band. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday. J a n . 5 in the Performing Arts Court. She will sign autographs after the show. Lakeside is at M-59 and Sp^oenhenr in Sterling Heights. T h e concert is

• AFFORD ABLE ANTKHJCS Judy Trumbull, a Birmingham resident. opened T r u m b a l l ' s Antiques Emporium, downstairs at 222 Merrill Building selling "funky, trendy, affordable" antiques. "My customers tell me I'm just what Birmingham needed." she laughed. Open seven days a week beginning 10 a.m. through the holidays. Antiques alao purchased for several dealers. Call for more information. 647-6833. • WOMEN'S OOLT CLOTH** T h e Forward Tee. the first woman's golf apparel store in Michigan opened in the MeadowBrook Village Mall. Walton and Adams in Rochester Hills. Owner Barb Thorpe said she patterned the • t o r e after similar shops in Denver and Cleveland. T h e Forward Tee offers a range of lines from top sportswear designers LeCoq Sportif for Golf. Hanaaport, Jean Bell, and Lily's of Beverly Hilla, among others. In addition to dreeaingforthe links at T h e Forward Tee, women can get golf tips or sign u pforlessons from local golf profeeaionals. 1-810-375-6TEE. • STYLIST 1 Jeffrey Jucewics, hair stylist at the Salon Ballis sima in Weet Bloomfield, 14 Mile a n d F a n n i n g toa, is quotad in the December edition of Allure fashion m a g i sine, commenting on atyW 1 J u t s nlca eained uetieoal-

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ances on Kelley & Co. • UNITED WAY SUPPORT Hudson's 1993 United Way Campaign ended raising over $900,000 for local UW agencies. Hudson's employees have supported the UW for more than 65 years. Hudson's Oakland Mall hosted a potluck picnic, used book sale, geranium sale and cookbook event to earn $51,000 for the campaign. • SERVICE AWARD Wonderland Mall in Livonia ha* been named one of 50 shopping centers to receive the "Get Centered 50" award from the International Council of Shopping Centers. Wonderland Mall was chosen for its Flood Relief project to help midwest flood victims, through the Salvation Army. • ASSISTANT AT 1ARNCYS Louise Hetner of Birmingham has been named assistant store manager women's accessories, Chelsea, Apothecary and Shoes at the Troy store in the Somerset Collection. She wss recently department manager at Neiman Marcus.

Four new stores have dpened at Lakeside in Sterling Heights. World Bead Company, On Air Designs. Franklin Mint, and Hickory Farms. T h e check-out counter at On Air Designs ia 22-foet long and resembles an emormous TV remote control with neon lights. 1 he company carries shirts, mugs, posters, watches and ball cape with scenes and logos from television programs. Fashion Quest, 29260 Frsnklin Road at the Claymoor Complex, sells designer men's sportswear and aoceasoriee priced 30-50 percent below retail. A specialty ia men's made-to-mea sure neckwearfortaller men requiring «*tra length ties. Open Monday by special appointment only. Tuesday-Saturday 11 a m . to 5 p m For more details call 362 5 M 7 " H u ^ ' a T ^ h a o ^ l a o p a i M * T e l - T w e l v e Mall in South field. Specialising ia tobaoonproducta and men's gifts, t h e 1 1 Tina and Alas Harfe, a brother

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• WINKLEMAN'S EXPANDS Also at Tel-Twelve Mall, Winkleman s remodeled and expanded to become a full-line women's dept. store. The Tel-Twelve Winkleman's store is similar to the large Winkleman's branch at the Oakland Mall in Troy. Shoppers enjoy s new marble floor, wider aisles, and a new all-glass front entrance that opens onto the food court. • NEW COSMETIC U N I International makeup artist Joey Mills, d e b u t s . his new Mskeup For Women Of Color line at Hudson's Northland and E a s t l a n d stores. Mills designed colors for esch of three ethnic skin tones, Suntan, Bronz- and Mahogany. Each $15 kit contains eight eyeshadows, highlighter, eyeliner, two blushers, mascara, two corrector colors, foundation and pressed powders. • NORTHLAND NEWS The Avenue is open at Northland Center in Southfield. The Avenue sells moderately-priced fashions for full-figured women, sised 14 to 32. T h e shop alao carries jewelry a n d accesaoriea. Alao at Northland, T h e Merry Go Round has expended, providing 4,000-aquare feet of trendy men's snd women's casual apparel.

AT S M S TALL Casual Male Big 4 Tall, promoted eight em- ; plovees to store managers In the Detroit ares: Brad Hill at Lathnip Village, T i m Couture at I Westland. Irene Karinaan at Waterford, Ron Oleski s t Madison Heights, llene Warren at South Gate, Kevin Summerall at Roeeville. Karen Eick at Farmiagton H i l l s and Sonya Girty at Warren. Caaual Male Big ft Tall la a divtaien of J I n c . a $940-million retailer 4f specialty clothing and fuotwsai. T h e chain also operatee Parade at Shoes stores, Fayva shea atarea. Werk a Gear clothing

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Less to come In the 1930s, men's topless bathing suits were making their way onto private U.S. beaches from Europe. These form-fitting bathing suits influenced Cooper's executive Arthur Kneibler, who came u p with a close-fitting knit garment with an elastic waistband in 1934. Cooper's named the underwear, "The Jockey B r i e f ' to suggest

athletic freedom of movement. The Jockey brief became the standard, but the original design did not have a fly. Cooper's added the patented Y-front and advertised the new masculinized undergarment as providing "restful buoyancy which could stay closed without buttons." T h e Jockey brief was introduced in Chicago in January 1935 by a display in the front window of the Davis Store on State Street. The display featured the photo-

graph of a man wearing Jockey briefs instead of an illustration. Despite a snowstorm, hundreds of people came out to see the window display, and 12,000 briefs were sold within a week! T h e success was repeated around the country. To ensure continued attention to the Jockey brief, "The Squirmer" ad campaign was launched in the l a t e 1930s. The Squirmer was portrayed in a variety of social situations as the victim of his under-

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wear. The Squirmer suffered torment until he switched to Jockey underwear. By the 1950s, Jockey was promoting novelty print underwear packaged for Valentine's Day and Christmas. T h i s marked the first time underwear was sold as a gift item. Jockey t r a d e m a r k Late 18th, early 19th century manufacturers began to develop trademarks, symbols t h a t made their products easily recognizable to customers. In 1940, Cooper's commissioned Frank Hoffman, sculptor of horses and riders, to create the jockey boy statue for in-store displays of Jockey underwear. The logo also appeared on packages and — with a few minor changes — remains today." Since the '30s, Jockey hired famous sports figures to appear in their advertisements, such as Red Grange, Yogi Berra, T o m m y Armour and Babe Ruth. These men were photographed in their sports uniforms with a heading that stated they had on Jockey products underneath. In 1975, a group of athletes clad only in their Jockey briefs, appeared in national magazines under the heading "Take away their uniforms and who are they? — Jim Palmer, Steven Carlton, J o J o White and Pete Rose." Palmer became Jockey's official spokesman, the " M a n on the Bag" for modem times.

Jockey goes Hollywood Arlene Francis read the first advertisement for Coopers Under-* wear on television on The Home Show in 1956. Jockey has been wom in the movies by Tom Cruise in Risky Business in 1983, " and Kevin Costner In Bull Durham in 1988, and in Lethal Weapon III in 1992.

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vation plans. However the furniHudson's Morrisroe explained ture department will be eliminatthat the new Marketplace deli ed as a result of the remodeling to was designed in response to on- give more space to better-selling the-go lifestyles of the '90s where categories such as shoes, women's health conscious, busy shoppers wear and children's clothing. The whole idea behind the r e can get fresh, nutritious meals to go or eat in. Unlike t h e Market- novation ia to " m a k e the Summit : Place store more elegant and cusplace departments in other H u d son atorea, the S u m m i t Place tomer-friendly with deeper assortments and clearly defined departshop is experimenting with deli ments," said Morrisroe. * meats and cheeses. Irene and Joyce Montante of " T h e old restaurant was not doing as well as it used to do," West Bloomfield were taking a she said. "It was time to change yogurt break at the new Marketand move ahead. With this new place Food store last week, also concept, we actually provide more • surprised by the new surroundings. options for our shoppers. There's "We usually got our treats from a deli counter where customers can create individual menus to the yogurt counter downstairs, enjoy there or have packaged to but they moved it up here now," Irene said. " I t ' s nice. Real clean. go. There's a capuccino counter where people can take a break and Just something new to get used chat. There's a counter for the Yo- to. I'm a longtime Hudson cusgurt & Juice Express customers tomer though, I've been through lots of changes with them. In the with seating." '40s and '50s, when I was raising • T h e food and candy division is my six children, my Hudson's bill the fastest growing in the Dayton- was always $300-$400 a month. I Hudson Corp., with the increase used to shop at the downtown gourmet food sales a national store. Then I followed Hudson's trend, Morrisroe said. Ten Hud- out to Northland. Now I'm shopson stores now have a Market- ping here at Summit Place. place Foods section, yet these de- That's progress, I guess." partments vary from store to store. All sell fresh salads, light Progress with a capital P, acdishes and entrees, soups and a cording to mall manager Joe variety of hot and cold beverages. Tyree. Marketplace Food stores are at "We're t i l excited about the Twelve Oaks in Novi, Northland changes at this Hudson's store," in Southfield, Briarwood in Ann he said. " I t ' s got mall traffic up. A r b o r , E a s t l a n d in H a r p e r Everybody's talking about it. It's Woods, Fairlane in Dearborn. beautiful, so far." Oakland in Troy, Westland. Four other Hudson stores will Genesse Valley, Grand Rapids be remodeled in 1994, but not as and now Summit Place in Waterextensively as the Summit Place ford. store. W e s t l a n d , N o r t h l a n d . As for the elimination of books Southland and Eastland will be spruced up, again with the aim of and draperies, Morrisroe said the making the stores more conven _ decision to d r o p those departient and accessible to the shopper ments was made a year ago and had nothing to do with the reno- of the '90s.

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o u r s t r u l y h a s once a g a i n concocted a list of New Year's resolutions. R a t h e r t h a n b o r e you w i t h a list of solicitous c h a n g e s of habit, some of which a r e carry-overs f r o m 1993, IH be m a k i n g 1994 a y e a r of h e a l t h a n d good e a t i n g . Please n o t e t h e word "diet" h a s b e e n o m i t t e d simply b e c a u s e t h e first t h r e e l e t t e r s of "diet" a r e "die." Most of u s e q u a t e d i e t i n g w i t h t h e d e a t h of t h i n g s we like a n d e n j o y e a t i n g . Cookbooks

Dropping t h e old mind-set o f h a v i n g to diet, changing my outlook t o w a r d a y e a r o f h e a l t h a n d good eating will s u r e l y get off on t h e right s t a r t with a copy ofThe Light Touch Cookbook (Copyright 1992, C h a p t e r s Publishing). T h i s book is j u s t t h e t h i n g to buoy your s p i r i t s a n d get you back on a h e a l t h y eating regimen. M a r i e Si m m o n s (who co-authors Bon Appetit m a g a z i n e ' s "Cooking for H e a l t h " column i wrote the book, which f e a t u r e s h e a l t h f u l r e n d i t i o n s of favorite recipes. Best of all a r e h e r s t r e a m l i n e d versions of old s t a n d a r d s including chicken pot pie, beef stew a n d black b e a n chili. Dessert f r e a k s will go b a n a n a s over S u s a n P u r d y ' s n e w book e n t i t l e d " H a v e Y o u r C a k e a n d E a t it. T o o " ( C o p y r i g h t 1993, M o r r o w P u b l i s h e r s ) , which c o n t a i n s m o r e t h a n 200 luscious, low-fat cakes, pies, cookies, p u d d i n g s a n d o t h e r d e s s e r t s youthoughtyou-wouldn«v«reatagainr While y o u ' r e a t t h e bookstore, t h o s e w h o h a v e puzzled over t h e n a m e s of m y s t e r i o u s c h e m i c a l s a n d food l a b e l s will s u r e l y a p p r e c i a t e "A Quick — G u i d e to Food S a f e t y " by Robert G o o d m a n (Copyright 1992, S i l v e r c a t Publications). Alon^ w i t h providing all k i n d s of tips for p r e p a r i n g a n d storingfood safely, the author includes compreh e n s i v e i n f o r m a t i o n on n a t u r a l c o n t a m i n a n t s a n d chemical food a d d i t i v e s a n d concludes w i t h a dict i o n a r y of c o m m o n a d d i t i v e s to h e f p c o n s u m e r s dec i p h e r food l a b e l s . It's a u s e f u l tool for grocery s h o p p i n g a n d if n o t a v a i l a b l e a t t h e bookstore, s e n d for it by e n c l o s i n g $6.95 to S i l v e r c a t P u b l i c a t i o n s , 4 0 7 0 Goldfinch St., S u i t e C, S a n Diego, CA 92103. My voice mail n u m b e r t h a t r u n s a t t h e e n d of t h i s column f r e q u e n t l y receives r e q u e s t s a n d q u e s t i o n s f r o m diabetics. Being a w a y f r o m h o m e can u p s e t anyone's good e a t i n g r e g i m e n ; it can be doubly difficult for people w i t h d i a b e t e s . B u t t h e "Diabetic Traveler" can m a k e it e a s i e r for t h o s e w i t h s u g a r i m b a l a n c e s to e a t r i g h t no m a t t e r w h e r e t h e y a r e . Recent i s s u e s of t h e q u a r t e r l y six-page n e w s l e t t e r h a v e dealt w i t h d i a b e t i c s in t h e c o n t e x t of a d v e n t u r e vacations, air t r a v e l , c r u i s e s a n d offered rep o r t s on topics s u c h a s seafood selections a n d d r i n k i n g w a t e r in foreign places. A o n e - y e a r s u b scription is a v a i l a b l e for $ 18.95 f r o m t h e " D i a b e t i c Traveler," P.O. Box 8 2 2 3 RW, S t a m f o r d , C T 0 6 9 0 5 . New products Walk t h r o u g h a g o u r m e t s h o p lately? H i d d e n between the bread m a k e r s and the imported Scottish s h o r t b r e a d s a r e two p r o d u c t s t h a t will s u r e l y help u s all m a k e 1994 a y e a r o f h e a l t h a n d good eating. M o m m a a l w a y s m a d e t h e best h o m e m a d e m e a t l o a f , a n d s h e still does. Now s h e o w n s a special p a n m a n u f a c t u r e d by t h e folks a t C h i c a g o M e t t a l i c t h a t is d e s i g n e d to s i p h o n t h e f a t a w a y f r o m t h e m e a t . R e s e m b l i n g a s t a n d a r d 9-by-5- inch b a k i n g p a n , t h e two-piece u n i t c o n t a i n s a r i d g e d inn e r pan w i t h a p e r f o r a t e d b o t t o m t h a t allows f a t to d r i p a w a y f r o m t h e m e a t a s it cooks. You c a n g e t one by calling a m a i l - o r d e r c o m p a n y called C h e f s Catalogue at 1-800-338-3232'ask foritem6318). We should d r i n k m o r e w a t e r a n d t h e folks a t Kitchen G l a m o r h a v e t h e B n t t a W a t e r F i l t r a t i o n S y s t e m on sale now . T h e large gallon c o n t a i n e r allows you to m a k e filtered w a t e r r i g h t on a r e f r i g e r a t o r shelf, a n d t h e s y s t e m h a s a b u i l t in spigot. If you buy bottled w a t e r , t h i s will s a v e you oodles o f b u c k s . 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Dangerous food poisoning can be prevented with cleanliness

LOIS THIELEKE

S y m p t o m s of food p o i s o n i n g are at best a misery, a n d at worst, life-threatening. Millions of people suffer from food p o i s o n i n g every year. About o n e - t h i r d of these cases a r e caused by food prepared at

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Food-borne illness is caused by i-nnsiiming p a t h o g e n s — microo r g a n i s m s such as bacteria, viruses or parasites. Food cont a m i n a t e d with t h e s e pathogens do not look, smell or t a s t e different t h a n u n c o n t a m i n a t e d food. B e c a u s e you c a n ' t detect t h e m , t h e best way to avoid food-borne illness is to practice behavior t h a t p r e v e n t s t h e growth of these p a t h o g e n s in or on food, Not all foods t h a t we buy are c o n t a m i n a t e d with pathogens at

t h e t i m e of purchase. In fact, o n e of t h e ways food becomes c o n t a m i n a t e d is from our h a n d l i n g it a n d t r a n s f e r r i n g the p a t h o g e n s on our h a n d s to t h e food. P e r s o n a l hygiene is a critical first s t e p in safe food handling. It's i m p o r t a n t to wash your h a n d s in hot, soapy water a n d to lather for 20 s e c o n d s before handling food or befcfre e a t ing. Food poisoning is o f t e n contagious. If you have d i a r r h e a , avoid preparing food a n d w a s h y o u r h a n d s frequently.

T h e first c a r d i n a l rule of safe food p r e p a r a t i o n a t h o m e is: keep everything clean. T h e cleanliness rule applies to t h e a r e a s where food is p r e p a r e d a n d , m o s t importantly, to t h e cook. It's plain common s e n s e to wash h a n d s thoroughly before s t a r t i n g to prepare a meal a n d after h a n d l i n g raw meat or poultry. If t h e r e are any cuts or sores on your h a n d s , stay out of t h e k i t c h e n . K e e p t h e work area clean a n d u n c l u t t e r e d . Always use clean u t e n s i l s a n d

Building a better pizza for the new year A m e r i c a n s eat more t h a n 11 billion slices of pizztf a year — a b o u t 2 3 p o u n d s of pizza for every - m a n , w o m a n and -child in t h e country. If a food so p o p u l a r could also be wholesome, it would lie a n u t r i t i o n i s t ' s dream. In fact, pizza has great p o t e n tial for p u l l i n g its weight n u t r i tionally. A s t u d y of pizza revealed t h a t a single serving provides 26 percent of t h e daily r e c o m m e n d e d i n t a k e of protein. 20 percent of t h e c a l c i u m . 19 percent of t h e ri boflavin, 14 percent of t h e niacin _ e n d t h i a m i n and-10 j u r c e n t of t h e v i t a m i n A required by a teenage boy. Of course, t h e typical pizza can also provide more t h a n t h e recomm e n d e d limit of 30 p e r c e n t of calories f r o m fat and t e n d s t o l>e very high in s o d i u m . You c a n , however, makt- h e a l t h ful a n d delicious pi/.za u s i n g fresh, low-fat ingredients A crust m a d e of enriched flour providesv i t a m i n B, t h i a m i n , riboflavin, niacin a n d iron. A whole wheat crust p r o v i d e s these n u t r i e n t s p l u s d i e t a r y fiber. T h e challenge in m a k i n g a wholesome pizza really liout Va-inch thick; d e n s e vegetables (such as carrots) cook mofft slowly a n d should be thinly sliced or finely chopped. If y o u ' r e a fan of m*at pizza, rem e m b e r t h a t lean ground beef a n d C a n a d i a n bacon have far less fat t h a n sausage, pepperoni or an-

chovies. If you're a d v e n t u r o u s , exp e r i m e n t with t u n a , s h r i m p , chicken or turkey oo your pizza. Italian bread, English m u f f i n s or pita bread can be t u r n e d into quick pizza foundations. T h i s recipe for Vegetable Pizza — f e a t u r ing a sauce topped with p l e n t y of vegetables and a limited a m o u n t of low-fat cheese — is terrific. Rem e m b e r , however, to w a t c h t h e a m o u n t you eat. R o u n d o u t t h e meal with a salad. VEGETABLE P I Z Z A

1 package frozen pizza dough, thawed; 1 ready-made pizza crust or bobo(i; or pizza dough made according to any basic cookbook recipe V7 tablespoon olive oil 1 14.5-our>ce can tomato puree 2 teaspoons basil 1 teaspoon garlic powder 4 teaspoons oregano % teaspoon pepper 8 ounces part-skim mozzareila cheese, grated VJ cup fresh or frozen (unthawed) vegetables. chopped {Yi cup each broccoli pieces, sliced mushrooms, green or red pepper chunks, thin carrot sliees and tomato slices Preheat the oven to 500 degrees. Roll out pizza dough or place prebaked crust on a baking pan (10 to 15 inches) or use a large, round pizza pan (at least 13 inches in diameter*. In a small bowl, blend the tomato puree, basil, garlic powder, oregano and pepper together. Brush the pizza dough or crust with tablespoon of olive oil. Spread the sauce on the pizza and arrange the vegetables and cheese on top. Bake until crust is golden and cheese is bubbling (7-10 minutes). Each of t h e 8 slices contains 6-7 grams of fat and 200-310 calories, depending on the a m o u n t of fat in the crust.

wash them between c u t t i n g differe n t foods. Don't s p a r e t h e soap. H a n d s or u t e n s i l s t h a t touch raw a n i m a l products or t h e juices need to be washed before touching a n y t h i n g else. T h e second c a r d i n a l rule of food preparation is: keep hot foods hot and cold foods cojd. Use a . t h e r m o m e t e r to e n s u r e t h a t m e a t s are completely cooked. Cook meat to an i n t e r n a l temp e r a t u r e of 160 degrees or until t h e center is light gray a n d the j u i c e s run clear. Cook poultry to 180 degrees. U n d e r c o o k e d hamburger is risky, ordering any meat rare is taking a c h a n c e . P a s s u p steak tartare, s u s h i , raw oysters, clams, scallops a n d a n y food t h a t contains, raw eggs. Do not. drink u n p a s t e u r i z e d m i l k or a p p l e cider, they may c o n t a i n food poison. Any perishable food can cause food-borrie illness so t h e careful h a n d l i n g of food is extremely imp o r t a n t . T h o r o u g h cooking destroys most bacteria t h a t can m a k e you ill. Freezing does not destroy bacteria, only t h e heat. Most bacteria do not grow or grow very slowly at refrigerator temp e r a t u r e s (below 40 degrees), so p u t meat or poultry- in t h e refrigerator or freezer as soon as possible after being bought. Never t h a w meat or poultry- on the k i t c h e n counter. Bacteria can multiply rapidly at room temperature. Cook frozen food direct-

ly or t h a w it in t h e refrigerator. Cooked foods should not be left s t a n d i n g on t h e table or kitchen counter for m o r e t h a n two hours. ! D i s e a s e - c a u s i n g bacteria grow in t e m p e r a t u r e s between 40 and 140 degrees. C o o k e d foods t h a t have been in t h i s t e m p e r a t u r e range for more t h a n two hours should not be eaten. If a d i s h is to be served hot, get it from t h e stove to the table a s quickly a s possible. Reheated foods s h o u l d be brought to a temperature of at least 165 degrees. Keep cold foods in the refrigerator or on a bed of ice until serving. After t h e meal, leftovers should be refrigerated as soon as possible. (Never m i n d t h a t scintillating d i n n e r t a b l e conversation.) M e a t s s h o u l d be cut in slices o f _ three i n c h e s or less and all foods should b e stored in small, shallow c o n t a i n e r s to hasten cooling. Be sure to remove all the stuffing from roast turkey or chicken a n d store it s e p a r a t e l y . Giblets should also be stored separately. Lefto vers s h o u l d be used within three days. Holiday t i m e is prime t i m e for food poisoning, but by using s a f e food h a n d l i n g techniques a n d practicing good personal hygiene the c h a n c e s of contracting a ftn>dborne i l l n e s s from food prepared food at h o m e is eliminated. Lois Thieleke of Birmingham i.s an extension home economist for the Cooperative Extension Ser nee,'Oakland County office.

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S t u d e n t , a m a t e u r and professional cake decorators are invited to e n t e r c a k e s in a contest being ho*ted by t h e 12th a n n u a l PlymoVith Ice Sculpt u r e Spectaculak C a k e s w f l l h e | o n display, indoors, during th^ Ice S c u l p t u r e Spectacular Evetjt. Forms are avaiTabW-at-Mary D e n n i n g ' s C a k e S h o p p e , 8036 N. Wayne Road, W e s t l a n d . 261-3680. If y o u ' d rather, call t h e Plymouth I n t e r n a t i o n a l Ice S c u l p t u r e S p e c u t a c u l a r office a n d they'll m a d you one. A Gingerbread H o u s e Con-

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CHRISTINA FUOCO You could say t h a t T h e I n d i a n s ' A n g e l i q u e B i a n c a is a big " R e n a n d S t i m p y " fan. So m u c h so t h a t she got her own little Ren — her now 5m o n t h - o l d C h i h u a h u a . " W h e n I walk down the street, people ask i s t h a t R e n ? ' Actually, it is . . . . I call her Renny t h o u g h since she's a girl to m a k e it more f e m i n i n e . " R e n n y will be in t h e h o u s e on T h u r s d a y . J a n . 6. w h e n T h e Indians play I n d u s t r y , 15 S. Saginaw. Pontiac. as part of 89X alternative d a n c e night. I t ' s a fitting night since T h e I n d i a n s — which also includes bassist C h r i s W i l s o n and g u i t a r i s t Z e b — blend Bianca's h i p - h o p , funk, and rock i n f l u e n c e s into a danceable s o u n d . "I basically grew u p in junior high listening to a lot of different k i n d s of music — black m u s i c and roth worlds." she said. S h e began writing raps for tit her a r i i s t s then out of f r u s t r a t i o n started her own b a n d . S h e keeps t h e r a p s to a m i n i m u m on hei b a n d ' s d e b u t release " I n d i a n i s m . " instead choosing to go a more musical route. " I t ' s reallylike a mix (of everyone's influences). - ' Raps may lie in t h e f u t u r e for her t h o u g h . Bloomfield C o m m u n i t y Television has begun its weekly music series " M e t r o MusicScope." G u e s t s so far have i n c l u d e d acclaimed local rocker K r i s t i n S a y e r . gallery owner D a v i d Klein and jazz saxophonist K e i t h S a x t o n . T h e half-hour show also includes reports on local music news with Lisa Bica, m a n a g e r of Berkley's H a r m o n y House superstore, a n d Bill Close, manager of Harmony H o u s e ' s c l i s s i c a l store in Royal Oak. B a n d s wishing to l>e interviewed can s e n d m u s i c and a press kit to t h e show's host Mary Ann Verdi. Bloomfield C o m m u n i t y Television. 4200 Telegraph. P.O. Box 489, Bloomfield Hills 48013. S o m e t i m e s W h y will release t h e single " P e r petual Love" with t h e J8 side " F o r e v e r " on J a n . 11. T h e single, recorded at T h e Disc in E a s t p o i n t e , will be available at S o u n d W a r e h o u s e and local i n d e p e n d e n t record stores.. T h e T u e s d a y . J a n . 18, p e r f o r m a n c e of T h e W h o ' s " T o m m y " h a s been rescheduled for Monday. -Jan. 31. T i c k e t s will be honored on J a n . 31. R e f u n d s are available at t h e F i s h e r T h e a t e r or M a s o n i c T e m p l e box offices. For more information. call (313) 872-1000 or (313) 832-2232. B l u e N a t i o n and S i s t e r S e e d d r u m m e r B e n j a m i n R i d l e y has o p e n e d " T h e Boneyard," a 24track digital recording s t u d i o in Warren. Ridley said his s t u d i o is m u s i c i a n - f r i e n d l y — monetarily speaking. " T h e whole p r f t n i s e is, I know how hard it (recording) can be on b a n d s . It's easy to spend 500 b u c k s a day to record. Basically, I'm trying to do it for half." He said he can do it without swallowing o t h e r b a n d s ' costs. "Basically, I'm not going to be greedy. I d o n ' t need a million b u c k s to live o n . " So far. both of Ridley's b a n d s as well as S e e MUSIC NOTES, 6 B mation, call (810) 755-2589. S e e MUSIC MOTES, 5A

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100,000 copies — m o s t l y through word of mouth for R C A / J i v e a n d he subsequently^toured with Ice C u b e and Too Short. Now signed to New J e r s e y ' s Cont i n u u m Records, Kid Rock's latest E P . "Fire It Up." is selling briskly a n d about 900 fans showed u p for his record release party in November. T h e six-song E P mixes t u m u l t u ous guitars, funky b a s s l i n e s a n d * Kid Rock!s ghetto-born rap style, immediately bringing to m i n d comp a r i s o n s to Rage Against t h e Mac h i n e or the Beastie Boys. T h e first s i d e of his tape e n d s with a shocking diversion — a b e f i t t i n g a c o u s t i c cover of t h e Hank W i l l i a m s J r . song "A Country Boy Can S u r v i v e . " T h e self-proclaimed " s e m i - h i c k , semi-city slicker" is even considering temporarily d e p a r t i n g from rap to do an album of W i l l i a m s songs. He said he a d m i r e s singers like Will i a m s for their stage presence. " T h o s e are t h e last of t h a t generation of e n t e r t a i n e r s , " h e said. " H a n k would come out in his black suit and a guitar with H a n k on it. T h e y build themselves u p larger t h a n life. 1 like to do t h a t . " Aside from being a c o m p e t e n t rapper. Kid Rock has a keen b u s i -

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Being from Romeo, he d i d n ' t know m u c h about gangs and was in trigued by his l o u r m a t e s ' lifestyles. "I'd ask t h e m a b o u t gangs a n d stuff a n d they'd say, ' W h a t do you m e a n , you're from Detroit"' You have gangs in Detroit. I'd say. ' N o m a n . I'm from Romeo. 1 had corn fields in my backyard. I used to ride horses.' 1 w a s j u s t a little hick from Romeo with t h e s e big gang guys.' Due to lack of s u p p o r t . Kid Rock . battled to get out of his contract T u r n i n g down offers from TommyBoy a n d Profile, he opted to go with t h e little-known label C o n t i n u u m , which now works with Roger Daltrey antLRolling^Stones' Ron Wood. " T h e y said. ' W e have tons of c a s h LIP KT. PI BLH RELATION* and we want to put it all b e h i n d your record. In cement: Kid Rock', a.k.a. 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" plex.' they k n o w I have problems. talog, f a n s can order t h r e e different Kid Rock ha> e s t a b l i s h e d himself as tt»o," k i n d s of T - s h i r t s , a "light weight" t h e s p o k e s m a n for troubled teens. windbreaker, w a t e r b o t t l e s , socks, T h e s o n g re-creates a f a t h e r / s o n T h a t 's one job he d o e s n ' t m i n d havT h e r m a x winter h a t s a n d patches. battle: "You never loved me/You ing. He said t h a t if people see a n a m e never held m e t i g h t / I n s t e a d you " W h e n 1 look out from t h e stage, I enough t i m e s , it'll p i q u e their curishook m e like a fist and woke me u p see me all over t h e audier: -. That s osity. at n i g h t . " cool. If 1 was gonna get a call from a C l o s e d - m i n d e d people, he said, kid who said he saw me at St. AnSince t h e release of " G r i t s S a n d won't be a b l e to wade through the drew's and was in jail. I d probably w i c h e s " Kid Rock has e a r n e d a reps o m e t i m e s explicit lyrics to see t h a t go get him and bail him out. If kids u t a t i o n as t h e bad boy rocker of Dehe's j u s t like any other kid. T h o s e call me. t h a t ' s flattering troit. R u m o r s about d r u n k e n bar who can see t h a t learn a lot a b o u t fights, drug use a n d b a c k s t a g e van Kid Rock, p r i m a r i l y that he worked d a l i s m have travelled a r o u n d faster h a r d t o get w h e r e he is, he said. Kid Rock performs at The Ritz, t h a n S n o o p Doggy Dog raps. But the tO'-i and Graltot, Ritset-tiie on Fri slight, b l o n d e - h a i r e d blue-eved m a n I ' m s u r e p a r e n t s aren't t h r i l l e d day. Feb 11 Doors open at 8 p.m said he's just m i s u n d e r s t o o d . to have their kids listening to my Tickets are $10 Must be /8 to enter stuff. 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MALE 4 0 4 s o n s n e e d t M a u l t M lady t o t a k e a v e r N e v e r h a d kids ot y o u r o w n Bu1 love t h e m 6 n e e d a m a n t h a t wei love y o u u p t m o l Italian d e s c e n t you r e a doll' • 4 5 6 5 5

FINANCIALLY S e c u » e reef e s t a t e owner, looking l o r a young w o m a n 1 8 - 2 8 tor a m o n o g a m o u s r e l a t i o n s h i p L i v e - m a p o s s i b i l i t y with ail e.pensespaid • 45047

MR M O M - l e e d s a irle t o o ' G o o d looking divorced white maie 30 5 11 iSOibs 2 g r e a t k.ds S e e k s a t t r a c t i v e s l e n d e r t e m a i e 2 3 - 3 5 lor lun & p o s s i b l e reiatKjhshic • 4 5 7 2 3

FIRE' FIRE' FIRE' T h i t a d is realty hot 1 S i n g l e p r o f e s s i o n a l very attractive male, 31 s e e k s a l y a c l n e to l e m a i e 2 6 - 3 2 lor g r e e t t i m e s rom a n c e S t e p o n it p l e a s e • aseu G O O D LOOKING S i n g l e while m a l e 26 6 fit l o o k i n g lot s i n g l e w h i l e l e m a i e 2 0 - 2 9 a t t r a c t i v e s u m lor • n t o y i n g Hies a d v e n t u r e s s e e k m g friendship dating • 45972

SINCERE Single white male 25 l o o k i n g t o m e e t v n g l e white f e m a l e 2 1 - 3 0 S h e s h o u l d Be easy g o i n g a n d h a v e a g o o d s e n s e ol h u m o r » 45044

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HANDSOME professional white m a l e 5 10 170 B o d y Bunding i b s Successful good Woking easy g o i n g tun s e e k s a physically M b o d y b u M m g l e m a i e for f r i e n d s h i p leading to relationship • 44175

CUTE rugged t w e e t S l l tnm s a n d y h a i r b l u e e y e s 30iah o u t doorsy successful mgh energy h o m e owner would appreciate m c e t r i m gin • 44098

H A N D S O M E w h i t e m a l e 32 5 9 biac* hen h a w e y e * college educ a t e d e n toy family 6 m e n d * S e e k s attractive slender white "emale 23 33 w ' n o d e p e n d e n t s • 45023



DAPPER s u a v e black male 31 look m g lor a d i s t i n g u i s h e d v m t e g e btack female 4 0 - 5 0 who an,oys l a n v i d e o s c o n c e r t s lunch d a l e s t qui et t e n e a • 45004 D E G R E E O E M P L O Y E D Black m a l e 3 9 s e e k i n g s e a r c h i n g tor a s l e n d e r sum ex Qu lattery a t t a c t i v e Black b e a b r o w n lo» • 45*4 D I V O R C E D C h r e t i e n D a d (371 w h o c a r e s L o v e s s p o r t s , m o v i e * dsrmer 40 l o ' s h a r e I 145674

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L O O K I N G For that special lady in my Me w h o w o m d ana t o Be t r e a t e d Uke one 4 hea a n o u t g o i n g personality r m 5 9 w h i t e 5 7 widowed 45437 M A L E " h i t a m i d 4 0 t 5 10 200 Ibs retired open minded non drinker f n e r x f y caring romantic seeas w o m a n A I a n

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MULTI-FACETED designer 32 t e e k t a d v e n t u r o u s f r i e n d wfso an|0*» c o o a m g i k i i n g t k a i m g l»*r>mg c a m p i n g h u n u n g 4 has r e e l lor new I n o t i n g v e n t u r e * • 45055 N A T I V E w h i l e m a i e keeks native Black Aaien w o m e n For serious and poaemie l o n g t e r m reuixmatsip A f f e c t i o n a t e fun t o v m g must uke hahmg A g e * 2 5 3 5 • 45678

621 Women Seeking

SINGLE ehiie maie 5 11 175 p h y s i c a l l y fit g o o d l o o k i n g 4 0 p r o fessionally empiored honest trustworthy w g o o d communication E n i o y s b o a t i n g n a v e o m i n g out h o c k e y l o n g « a i t t 6 q u i e t t i m e s at h o m e S e e k t f e m a l e c o m p a n i o n 254 0 l o r t r e n d s h i p 6 p o t s i O i ee l o n g t e r m -eiationtrue f 45950

ATTOACTIVE toys d a n c i n g ing S e e k i n g •ar Bel 4 Sincere

S I N G L E WHITE m a l e 29 6 3 about 230IDt e n . o y s Bowling w a l k s d m i n g m or o u l e t c W a n t i n g w h i t e t e m a i e vender 1451BS 4 a nonsmoker •450'5 S I N G L E WHITE MALE 35 5 11 b r o w n hair Blue e y e t 160 IBs L o o k i n g for l o n g h a i r e d lady t o w m e a n d d i n e p o s s i b l y l e a d i n g to -eW Itonship » 4 5969 S t N G L E e h i i e male 32 f e e c h e r ' e n .oys spectator s p o r t t a n i m a i t music 6 quiet n i g h t s at home Seeks a s i n g l e w h i t e female 2 2 - 3 5 with similar interests • 45964 S I N G L E WHITE M A L E - I am 60 yrs a t age financially secure r a w e d 10 y r s reside m Lrvonie 6 rt ta» ' 7 5 Ibs n o n smoker social drmker At t h i s time looking lor friend, c o m p a n ion • 45661 S L E E P L E S S in C a n t o n y o u merry m » ' Answer E v e at midnight

TMR wai •«e4 T e e r t • 45659

S L E E P L E S S m W a y n e Single white m a l e 4 30 Are you looking tor that Big cuddly teddy Beer to party with o n c o l d winter m g h f t " ' C«» h o w * ® 45053

Black t e m a i e 4 0 e n - e a d m g m o v * t tai« tan g o o c looking g e n 30- 38 " h e it h o n e s l • open

SINGLE WHITE M A L E . 50. one gal guy seeks w o m a n 40-45 a*to annoys s p o r t s travel d m * i g N o n - s m o k e r or d r m k e r Secure and rionest • 45«T«

V T B v APOEAiTNG caring 33 yr old • m n e male 5 ' 0 170 good looking successfully employed S e e k m g skm quite attractrve e l v t e temaie 2S-33 • 45*23

CUTE black 39 dtvorced f e m e * t u n n , honest h a r d w t ' S m g lull h g ure n o c x e d r e n seeas i a * h a r d w o r k i n g . Kmny sweet intelligent m a n with n o cnaoren •45807

SINGLE amite m a M S I 150 iba 4Cksr t x o a n n e M guaet c a r m g seeks 7 4 - M a t t r a c t i v e sum aght b r o s m ' W o n d a g e n u i n e e a r m sec u r e gentia l e m a l a lor l i n d a M p companion snermg • 4SM7

V E R 1 ATTRACTIVE iWhrte male 2» pnysareey M seW-empajyed neve c p t t a g e u p norttt love o u t d o o r s • l u e i n u t a r g etc Seakmg ^ r y at rracttve « i w n e e l female • 4V>43 WELL GAOOMCO smgie mack meie 3« « 1 273 « » pity«ice»y et enioys many actrvitiee Seeks 41 • v — 2 5 4 0 tor r e M m n a M p



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623 Seniors

| ATTRACTIVE BLOHO late 60S PRETTy SOUTHERN lady 5 3 115 I stylish Sharp 4 active wishes »0 tbs B r o w n h a * green e y e * »e*«mg meet ta« g e n t l e m a n n o n - * m o » e r 4 a t t r a c t i v e m a l e 37*50 Who t h n e n -- enioys c o m p a m o n a h i p Let s i a » 45941 o - 0 > 4 emotionally secure • • 45609

7 yrs Black CHRISTIAN l e m a i e male non5 3 s e e a s Black smoker n o n - d r m k e r lor ' e l a t i o n t h i p leading to ma .age E n i o y t • 45994 W h i l e widow p r o l e s tamey I IT ao m e o i u m e y e s ' enioy c a m p i n g a d v e n t u r e ! and have a of humor • 459*7

S £ x v R E D H E A D great legs-smae 44 5 5 139 l b s a f f e c t i o n a t e ^oves arumats nature clothe* Blue* Seeking 6 3 9 - 5 5 p r o l e s s i o n a i hunk n o n - s m o k e r social d r m k e r • 45928

ATTRACTIVE Sincere y o u n g at heart n o n - s m o k e r . B l o n d e v n g l e white temele naes d a n c m g 6 Seeks h a n d s o m e tan f u n v n g l e w h i t e male 60- 70

SINGLE p r o t e w o n a i w h i l e female au p e t i t e a t t r a c t i v e security rm dependent; very o u t g o i n g ipves Me Seeking smgie w r « t . m a w d r ^ 4 aicohoi tree 35 - 55 y r s • 4592C

HEALTHY 6 8 D i v o r c e d w h i l e m a l e n o n - s m o k * wants to meet same m a 56 - w r i t e female i n i e r e e t t c o n tmued g o o d heeith Dining ro-nme • 45663

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w h i t e a t t r a c t i v e proies26 5 4 t to 101 Brunette l o o k i n g tor aflractrve clean cut p r o l e * » i o n a i male 25-32 5 8 -6 physically tit • 45025

IF YOU ARE a kind a n d gentle m a n eerty 60 t perhaps w e c o u l d meet am an attractive t r i m 5 4 norvdrmamg smokmg Christian home Body f r o m B w o m f i e i d

Smgie while l e m a i e 24 long ' e d heir full f i g u r e d seeas a t l r a c A v e ' v n g i e whrte m—m physically M e m o t m n a i t y stable lor l o n g term relationship S e r i o u s only • 45962

. E T S S T A R ' the New Year r i g h t ' R e l i e d While angmeer artist s e e k s a lovable lady 55 • Caauel a r i r » e r 4 smoker E itremee, p a s a i o n a i e A I • 45969

SINGLE Whi»* Female 23 seekt lunlOvng k m d c a r i n g guy whe kkes s p o r t t mo-we* m u a c dining m or out 6 g m e l enemnge Age uramportant , • 45657

L O N E S O M E INTELLIGENT w M e maM «9 s c m i a e f i i o i a h o m e o o d y Who ake* to w e * 4 r e a d seeks c o m o e n w i lor i r i e n d e h * Preiert n o n - e n o k e • 44063

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SINGLE W h e e l k k e * to d m e out g o l o m o w a * V travel l o o k m g tor u n g l e wh«*

SINGLE WHITE FEMALE *C l o o k i n g lor race l o o k m g w h i l e am gte male n o n - s m o k a r wffo "kas b o w e n g c a m p m g g o * 4 qtaet even mga • 45706

c i t i n g thm you snt B i r m m g h a m iaOy 5 2 agent tun w a r m men 49-60 •

1939 C L A S S I C REDHEAD G o o d • o o k i n g . green eves 5 4 130 * » Physically tit o u t g o i n g . WTtty en^oy c o n c e r t s theater s p e c t a t o r s p o r t s L o o k i n g for urmiet m o d e l • 45fc30

single white f e m a l e en,oys comedy clubs country music dancing 4 outooors See»s g e n t l e m a r 3 5 - 4 9 senee ol humor 4 sirmtiar mtereets • 45952

B u A C K f EM A c t 43 seeking comp a n i o n ship 4 f u n Prefer European p r o l e s v o n e i gentleman 40-59 lor f r i e n d s h i p first * 4596 1

C L A S S Y f e m i n i n e t o h spoken attractrve c a r i n g coaege e d u c a t e d 5 6 130 l b * 51 Enioys travel s p o r t s family cards reading rom a n c e l e a r m n g sharing • 45946

->ET:TE v n g t e white f e m a l e 4 0 1 l o o k i n g for 5 10 170 lb prolessional male interested m a n music d r a g r a c m g 6 l o o k i n g tor o n g 1erm relationship m than 40 s • 45951

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AVERAGE Fuii-lgured black t e m a i e age 53 t e e k m g male age 48 6 0 6 h weight m p r o p o r t o n lor ' " e n c s h i p 4 dating = o t v B * rom a n c e Race o p e n • 45653

Traveled smgie a*»ie never « a r n e f l m a l e Engineer 6 3 196 3 1 Enioys m o v i e s skang music Sees i taa at t r a d r v e nealthy 27-37 l l i r a l i e r r v iiaar n tar eats No "Ids' • 4S9S4

T AcL BLONO fu»-figured 50 K cud p r o l e s a i o n a i w - w a r m smae seeks 6 ft plus h u m o r o u s n o n smoker w time interest A m o n e y 10 travel • 45943

PREPPY v n g i e white female 28 5 7 B«y»d blue eyes e n i o y s sports movies music romance Desires w h i t e male 27-35 w s e m e interest tor monogomus relationship • 45926

A * T R A C T I V E Single whrte lemaie 32 Slightly o v e r w e ^ h i 1 chad college student Seeking v n g i e while maie 30-40 who prelers quiet t i m e t family o u t i n g s • 45046

S I N G L E WHITE M A L E JS 5 5 1S0KM smoker never m a m e f l tremely r o m a n t i c seeks smgie d i v o r c e d Blond r e o n e a o very a t u a c live g o o d f i g i * e 2S-35 • 4S#74

N o R T u R i N G WHITE female m * i 30 s l o o k m g tor white maie for m u t u a l spoiling Sense Ol h u m o r important Must l e a kids & be independent • 45® 16

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ATTRACT VE til'* v n g i e white t e m a i e 28 s e e k s a t t r a c t i v e v n g i e w h i t e pr o l e s v o n * m a w 2 8 - 3 3 10 settle down a n d snare the v m p i e t h i n g s in m e • 45669

CHRISTIAN VOnal with b u i l d Blue t r a v e l new g o o d saiike

taa b l o n d e e h h l o n g hair 6 green eves 4 1 d i v o r c e d proiess«>nei seekmg B u s i p e s * martype n o n Smoiier 36-45 fcnd over 6 n • 45665

s t o c k m g I d i * e a t e d d > b e a r ins t e a d HIS s u e d o s e n 1 m a t t e r a s l o n g a s h e s a c u d d i e r tursny h o n e s t K v n c e r e a g e 3 5 - 5 0 I v e Been a g o o d girl 1 m m m y 4 0 s 5 8 m e d i u m Bund l o v e a* a n i m a l s c a m p ing c o n c e r t s 6 q u i e t l i n e s • 45362

ATTRACTIVE SINGLE Irish . a s s 55 - e d h a » g r e e n e y e s 135IBS 5« l o o k i n g tor Irish t a d 50-60 tat- thin v n g i e t o e i p i o r e ma t p l e a s u r e s c o v e s music c o n c e r t s dancing travelling OuidPO"S S m o k e r social drmker F r » n a s 1st possible o n g t e r m r e i a t o n s h « • 45966

H yrs smgie «n.1e male pivysician near to M * r v o a r i Seeks smgie amite femele 20-34 attractive eOucated proieeaionai for iriendsnip poaaOie l o n g term r e l a t i o n s n o • 45788

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S I N G L E WHITE M A L E 19 yrs o w EOucatec $ 8 seeks femaM - n o e n i o y s m o v i e s traveling S « e l « » e l t o is looketg for a long term relations!*© • 4M24

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Oivorced white male 50-65 5 10 lor friendship • 44 189

•lATJRE SPlRI" 42 B l o n d p r e t t y r e e d t m o r e e « e r c i t e t e e k m g spiritU»iy m i n d e d p a r t n e r t o s h a r e feei ingt music hiking Laughter a n d mother earth • 45863

ATTRACTIVE CHRISTIAN W i d o w a g e 5 2 White 1 3 5 M>t 5 5 • B r o w n ha*r e v e s S e e k i n g C n n s t i a r m a i e tor c o m p a n i o n s h i p e h r i w e s d a n c ing s o m e S p o r l t •45921

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L A N D L O C K E D S A I L O R 42 f r o m Caribbean Seeking c o - c a p t a m w h o s r o m a n t i c h o n e s t attractive h u m o r o u s m We s a d v e n t u r e * No k i d s D o n t m m the B o a r • 4 5 9 7 5

O U N G L o o k i n g 30 yr old v n g i e - a w 5 8 165 IBs l o o a m g tor . a d . a g e JO 4C -or J y n > II >r s.h i » ®

S I N G L E wrute m a l e 2 5 M S U G r a d uate P r o f e s s i o n a l a n d hnanciailty s e c u r e seeaing attractive while pret a s s o n a i temaie n o n - s m o k e r for m a t u r e relationship • 45647

SINGLE JEWISH male 33 5 10 b r o w n m m Blue eyes, very sweei seeks smgie w h i t e lemaie Booy Builder or m u s c u l a r Build " • 4 5 9 4 5

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SINGLE Black m a l e 33 engineer healthy non-smoker marriage m i n d e d seeas e d u c a t e d career w o m a n thm. tan m o r a l without child r e n lor c o m p a n i o n s h i p • 45007

J U S T A G O O D G u y . 34 s h o r t d a r k a n d h a n d s o m e i n m a k * you l a u g h write p o e t r y lor you a n d even t a k e oul t h e g a r b a g e •45366

A i « O O M P S - " r r 1 am S-ngie » w • t h p - o l e s s i o n a i ~iaie 3 1 s e e k s v n g i e temaie 26-35 kinec'.'v* • » s p o r t i n g e v e n t t r o m a n c e S t e p o n it p i e a s e - * 45024

S I N G L E WHITE MALE

RECENTLY D i v o r c e d - m i e m a l e 6 7 235'bs b l u e collar s e e k i n o non professional female 30-46 G O O D LOOKING while male 6 y e a r s Quiet d i n n e r t t r a v e l love a n p l u s p h y s i c a l l y tit l o o k i n g lor dis- - i m a i s a t h l e t i c » 45536 c r e e t . w a t i o n s n i p witn f e m a l e You won t b e d i s a p p o i n t e d • 45003 SCOTTISH LAD S i n g l e w h i t e m a l e 38 5 9 175 G R E A T GUY t i n g l e w h i t e m a l e 3 9 honest s u c c e s s f u l G M P r o t o t y p e ibs Brown h a * Bma eyes creative animals Boating Engineer smart sensitive l o v e s likes o u t d o o r s s e e k s w h i t e lady s k m m e d i u m lor r Blading auto r a c m g 6 cna o n e s t e p at a time relationship W e e F r o m C a n a d a it you r e g o o d Bit shy n o Diggy B e a t s t h e Bar h e a r t e d p r o f e s s i o n a l Mender non• 45368 smoker age 30-40 • 4 5 9 4 6 s c e n e Ah l a u g h s S E N S I T I V E intelligent p r o l e s s i o n ally e m p l o y e d separated white male 37 170 i b s s e e k t while l e m a i e 3 0 - 3 8 tor f r i e n d s h i p * 45005

C U D D L E A L E R T 3 2 a t t r a c t i v e divorced wTJie m a l e 6 1 'SOtOs B l o n d e b i u e a a t h l e t i c Build p r o l e a vonal e a s y going many interests seeking ta* slender attractive cudd l e m a t e with n i c e h g u r e I similar i n t e r e s t s lor ( r i e n d s h * ) . ' r o m a n c e

S I N G L E WHITE MAcE P r o f e s s i o n a l aheciionate creative irer L«es m u s i c o u t d o o r t n . t e t Out & " l i e s in s e e e t trim female • 45454

PASSIONATE ITALIAN over 50 t e e k t lady o n e - o n - o n e r e i a t i o n m c i E n i o y s a a a c t i v i t i e s financially s e c u r e G o o d t e n s e of h u m o r e n joys children • 4583

HANDSOME Easy g o m g h o n e s t caring a f l e p t i o n a t e si n g l e w h i l e j e 3 6 S e e k s c h e e r t u l v n g l e white female 30-40 E n j o y s dimng movie* e t c W a y n e C o u n t y • 45873

AT 42 t h i s e m p l o y e d " » » t e m a l e w a n t s to settle down Want sincere tedy w h o e n t o y s c e m p m g t i e h m g a n d o t h e r likewise activities C h e d r e n OK • 45804

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RECENT 1 y d i v o r c e d p e i a e M o n d ctaaay • « « «ady wishes » fcsd a s o w m a - a to have g u w l d e m e r s wa» 4 talk with (ton-amokar • 45956

SLFK.. C : 2' a t t r a c t i v e w h « e 43 Yr Old p r j l m r n a i l e m a n seeks d r u g tree N O — I ' o m e nhe 1 a n 6 Bet w e e n 40 to 50 Yrs w h o akas dene m g sharing 4 ifcjghing • 45037

G E N T L E SOUL and -ovmg heart m What I m l o o k m g lor n g N f r o m rhe r l 44 year cad 'emale S e v r e s -m and c a r i n g relahonahip •

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some sort of commitment would help. There's no common thread to bind the various sports programs together, indeed, they often seem to be treated more like unwanted necessities than potential enrollment boosters. Jack Grenan faces many of the same problems as SC's women's basketball coach, but (and please pardon me if this sounds biased) generally speaking, temaie ath. letes are more focused on academics than men are. Grenan should be1 able to work that to his advantage, but for the past four years his program has slipped steadily. Bottom line: It woyld take a lot of fortunate breaks for SC to actually challenge for an Eastern Conference title on the men's side. T.rynsn however, has the Ksources and should be able to keep the Lady Ocelots in the hunt every year. Soccer: When Gans was in command of athletics at SC, this was the center-stage sport. Too bad he was replaced just when soccer's popularity took off. Both Ocelot soccer teams remain at the top of the athletic totem pole at SC.. But neither has quite lived up to expectations. The men's team, under Van Dimitriou's direction, has racked up regional title after regional title. T h e Ocelots have excelled record-wise in his 10 years at the helm. But they never manage to take that next step, even with the abundance of local talent. In ray mind, making just one trip past the NJCAA Inter-regionals to the big show in the last decade is a disgrace. Last season offers a clear-cut summary: Unbeaten SC travels to the Chicago area for the four-team "Inter-regional. But instead of the

expected cakewalk first match against Bethany Lutheran, the Ocelots discover the day before their opening match they must play College of DuPage instead, a team they beat 2-1 earlier in the season at SC. The Ocelots lose, and DuPage goes on to win the NJCAA championship The nagging doubt — had Dimirriuu just gotten the pairings down right . . His team does well, but it should. In fact, it should do better;— The "women's team is hard to figure. Nick O'Shea did guide the SC women to an NJCAA title in 1987; he has few detractors in soccer coaching circles. But the Lady Ocelots have struggled the last few years. Prior to--'93. t h e problem was in numbers — O'Shea j u s t couldn't recruit enough players Last season he had the numbers, but not the talent. Still, the "93 crew came up far short of realizing its potential. The coach can be blamed fo that, but I witnessed first-hanu all sorts of different techniques employed by O'Shea in an attempt to motivate his team. Nothing worked. So I wouldn't downgrade him much for his team's (lack of) performance. However, his recruiting efforts do remain lackluster. Volleyball: Again, Tom Teeters has been — for all his eccentricities — a stalwart coach for SC. He has, for the most part, brought acclaim to the school in a sport that has been deemed minor by many JCs The '9-i campaign was his worst, however — in many ways. The team was caught using an ineligible player, and it went downhill from there. There was bickering between conference coaches, with all sorts of finger-pointing

Tournament, which was a travesty. And Teeters is at least partially responsible.

and accusations of who turned who in. T b e end result; No Mam represented Region 12 a t the NJCAA

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