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Meeting scheduled 








Tim Stephenson 


Peter Maer, former Granite City resident, now CBS Radio News White House correspondent, 
stopped back in town to tour the high school and speak at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center. 


Maer revisits his hometown 





for park discussion 


Public forum to help guide-park development 


By Scott Cousins 
Staff writer 


A proposed master plan 
for the 


~ District 

will be discussed at a public 
meeting 7 p.m. Nov. 16 

The plan would guide 
park use and development 
through 2005. 

The meeting will be at 
Harold Brown Recreation 


“We want to 

have public 
input. We want to 
know what they 
want, what they 
expect.” 


Dave Polivick 


Center, located at the-inte 
section of Franklir 
Amos avenues 

In conjunction with the 
mecting, the Park District i 
asking that dents fill out 
a survey 

The sury sks what 
direction the district should 
go, what people's interests 
are and their | 1 of partici 
pation in recreational activi- 
ties. The survey can 





Madison makes the grade 


Standardized test scores are increasing regularly 


By Scott Cousins 
Staff writer 


While still ranking below 
the state 
average 
in most 
standard- 
ized state tests, students in 
the Madison School District 
continue to make steady 
gains, according to district 
officials. 

At Thursday's Board 


MADISON 


+4 he longer the 


student was 
in the district, the 
better their test 
scores.” 
Gary Allison 


Superintenc 


dardized tests scores and 
school improv. it pro 
grams 
The district has not yet 

released the annual school 
report cards for its four 
schools, but Superintendent 
Gary Allison said they con- 
tinue to show improvement 
He said they just received 
the final version of the 
report card, and it would be 
distributed soon 


CBS Radio correspondent stops by for tour, fundraiser 


By Michael Heil 
Staff writer 


He is a three-time winner 
of the coveted Merriman 
Smith Award for 
Presidential Coverage under 

Pressure 
and is a 
er aduate 


Granite City High senagl: 
The hometown boy who 
went on to fame in 
Washington D.C. is Peter 
Maer, CBS Radio News 
White House correspondent. 


Maer was in St. Louis 
Saturday to host the third 
annual De La Roche la at 
Chase Park Plaza to raise 
funds for Koch Family 
Health Center at St. 
Elizabeth Medical Center 
Maer, 51, stopped by 
Granite City Friday to tour 
the high school and the 
health center, speaking and 
shaking hands with school 
administrators and hospital 
staff. Maer said that his visit 
to the steel town rekindled 
memories from his youthful 
days as a teenager growing 


meeting, principals talked 


about their school's stan- — 


‘See » TESTING, Page 3A 





Annual Gala 
successful 


Proceeds to benefit 


up in Granite City. 

"I was a life guard at 
(Wilson Park) Pool. I 
remember those days vivid 

and many others-with 
much fondness, said Maer, 
who was raised for several 
years in the 1200 block of 
27th Street. 

Maer attended 
Niedringhaus Elementary. 
School, Coolidge Middle 
School and was a 1966 gradu- 
ate of the high school. He evening 
said-his education was a at Chase 

$$ __—__— | Park 
See MAER, Page A* Plaza in 


The third annual De La 
Roche Gala on Saturday 





School board approves improvements 
Meeting date changed, annual audit accepted Thursday 


By Scott Cousins 
Staff writer 


A low bid to replace doors 
on Blair 
and 
Harris 
schools 

was approved by the 
Madison School Board at 
Thursday's meeting. 

A low bid of $65,139 from 
Calhoun Construction was 
accepted. Bids ranged from 
the low bid to about $80,000. 


Board members also 
approved changing the date 
of the November meeting to 
Nov. 9. The board will be 
reorganized at that time, 
and new board member 
Lynda Becker will take her 
seat. 

Becher was elected to the 
Board in April, replacing 
outgoing member Jeff 
Bridick. Newly elected board 
members were not allowed 
to take their seat until 
November, in an effort to 


Bi 


snc BA 


- St. Louis was a great suc- 

Ps cess, according to Dan 
Brown, director of economic 
development for Granite 
City. 

"It raised alot of money 
and recognized people who 
have given their time and 
efforts for the continued suc 
cess of our community," 
Brown said. 

Proceeds from the gala 
“will enable health care pro- 
fessionals at Koch Family 
Health Center at St. 
Elizabeth Medical Center 
immunize children and 


consolidate elections. 
Becher, a Granite City 
native, is a purchasing coor- 
dinator for St. Elizabeth 
Medical Center in Granite 
City, and has been a 
Madison resident since 1978. 
Board President Sharon 
Cass and Trustee Joe Garcia youth and treat them and 
were unopposed for reelec- adults for health related 
tion. needs. More than half of 
The board also accepted those treated the past two 
the annual audit, which years have been children 











See BOARD, Page 3A See GALA, Page A8 


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Stephanie Brake, jr., takes care of left, Kendell Paterson, and 
Austin McEntire during her vocational childcare class. See The 
Big Picture, Page 4A. 


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laundering proceeds of a 


fire Friday afternoon 


They also said Baker used 















































































By Scott Cousins Everrette O. Baker was sen- after the sentencing, and f ¢ x 
Staff writer tenced to 15 years for money _ that night someone broke in location, in the middle of _ prostitution business. _ proceeds from prostitution to Cont 
laundering ‘The only thing missing Brooklyn's sex business dis- In addition to the prison make payments on a con- 
The recently seized U.S. Marshal Terry were some video tapes, trict, would probably limit sentence, U.S. District Judge struction loan for the building, sh 
Fantasyland complex in Delaney said firefighters which Delaney said would the agencies that could use William Stiel ordered that located at 208 N. Second St. lems 
Brooklyn from Brooklyn, Madison and probably have been the facility. Baker forfeit $4.4 million in Baker's son, Edward 
suffered Venice quickly put out the destroyed anyway Delaney also said much-of profits from his sex business- Everette Johnson of rc 
=) minor blaze, which had smoldered "There are eight entrances - the merchandise will proba- es, as well as the Madison, who took control of 
= damage in the walls for several hours _ to that building, so we decid- bly be destroyed, and they Fantasyland complex the business in April 1997, I 
after a fire broke out Friday before being noticed by mar- ed to have gome of them are trying to work out the Prosecutors said that had already pleaded guilty to iseaiil 
afternoon. shals at the scene at about 3 welded shut,’' he said. details on who owns rented between 1990 and April 7, and been sentenced to 2 42 Tcx 
The fire was apparently Rm He said the U.S. items such as machinery and 1997, Baker launderedin years in prison on one count 
started by a welder who was * The doors were welded Attorney's Office is still con- furniture excess of $8 million in prosti- of conspiracy to commit | 
sealing doors to the business, shut that morning in an sidering what to do with the Baker, 60, was sentenced tution proceeds derived from money laundering. I 
which was seized the day effort to secure the building. building to 15 years in prison after a his massage parlor business. 
before by the U.S. Marshals He said they took control It would either be sold or jury found him guilty of 21 a = i econ Jean I 
Service after owner of the building Thursday given to a governmental or separate charges relating to rl i aa oe =e l 
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Continued from Page 1A Allison also told board mem- 
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#2... ABSTINENCE IS COOL ... 


_ the idea behind abstinence education is 
kids are given credit for using their minds - not their 
handed out in abstinence p 
How do teens respon 
help resisting sexual pressure. 


In an Emory University survey of 1,000 seékually experienced girls 16 and 


seems apparent that today’s teens want to be empowered to say {now i 
_'the truth that abstinence until marriage Is 
the only 100 percent successful way to avoid unwanted pregnancy and 


Board approves improvements | Schools testing better 





Continued from Page 1A 


However, he said it will 
be difficult to compare this 
year's scores to previous 
years because the state is 
using a new testing system 

In the past, the state used 
the Illinois Goals 
sessment Program, but 
witched this year to the 
Illinois Standards 
| Achievement Tests. This 
| year's tests will serve as a 
benchmark or the standard 
against which future tests 
will be compared 

Districts are rated on the 
number of students who do 
not meet or exceed state 
averages in different sub- 
jects 

Both Allison and elemen- 
tary school principals David 
Becherer and Bernard Long 
said one encouraging trend 
is that while students enter 
the school district less pre- 
pared than the state av 
age, they advance more 
idiy 

"We are below state aver- 
age in the areas tested, but 
our improvement is there,"' 
Allison said 

"Every area tested, which 
is science,-social studies 
math, writting and language 
arts reading Ad 
Allison said longer the 
student was in the district, 
the better their test scores.’ 

According to testing done 
on students entering first 
grade, Madison School 

















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system performing far below 
the state avera: 
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the advantage of dual credit for.a 
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With the decreasing enrollment, teaching posi- 
tions have disappeared. 


Brown said many programs the vocational edu- 
cation department used to offer are gone because 
the money the department used to receive to 
update equipment has dwindled through the years 
But while the funding has dried up, the : 
interest hasn't. Brown said the enrollment 
stayed th me for the past several years. Out of 
5 percent are part 

vocational education program. 
n the names of the programs are changing 
with the times. Schools are making ‘vocational cen- 
ters’ into ‘career/industrial technology centers.’ 
‘The change may be due to the negative tone "voca- 
tion’! may give to parents as their children sign up 
for these courses 

"Parents may be more willing if they know their 
children will still be able to find a career in the 
field of their choic said Bruce Dye, director of 
the Collinsville Area Vocational Center 

While the name on the outside of the Collinsville 
cente ns the same, the technology inside is 
vastly different ~ 

Dye said the Building Trades Program began 
using air-nailers and laser equipment in the con- 
struction of houses, while the auto shop has a new 
addition to the department - a $29,000 front-align- 
ment machine 

‘We try to bring in equipment to show students 
what new technology they will encounter in the real 
world;* Dye said 

The 545’students currently enrolled in 
Collinsville come from several other area school 
districts, Dye said. These include Lebanon, 
O'Fallon, Mascoutah, Edwardsville and Madison. 

While enrollment has stayed the same over the 
last several years, Dye said he has seen more 
graduating students go on to training schools like 
Flanken Technical College or other two-year indus- 
trial programs like those available at Belleville 



































When Boergen began teaching in 1971, there 
e 12 business teachers. Now there are only five 
cveryone wants their children to go to college 
and with all the college requireménts, students 
ve the time to take elective courses," 
said 
in other districts, affording technology that 
prepares students for the real world has been a 
challenge at Belleville st 
"It's been hard to keep the equipment in the pro- 
gram up to date because the newer machines cost 
thousands of dollars," Boergen said. "Our equip: 
ment is not state of the art, yet it's not antique.” 
Belleville East has managed to modernize its 
computers. This year, the school has two new com 
uuter labs and new software students may 
hen they enter the work force 
y gich, director of vocation education at 
Granite City High School, has a different view of 
the kind of programs the school offers their stu- 
dents 
“Our vocational classes continue to be in high 
demand and filling up as fast as possible," Gagich 
said. 
With the high school's total enrollment around 
00, Gagich said at least 1,100 students will take 
e vocation/Ccareer class a year. 
Some of Granite City's vocational courses 
resemble subjects that might be offered in a col- 
lege program. The home economies department 
offers a course on fashion merchandising and 
another dealing with hospitality and tourism. 
The child care pgogram puts lessons into action 
with a preschool serving 80 children. Four different 
- classes help staff the preschool during the day. 
"We are trying to change the programs to 
reflect the changes in vocational training,” Gagich 
said. "And we want students to have the access to 



























or 





Area College 


Jason Huntsinger is a 1997 Collinsville graduate. 
who believes vocational education was the right 


direction for him- 


"They helped me get the training I needed to get 


said 


updated equipment.” 

More importantly, educators want the technical 
training students receive to help them be as suc- 
cessful as they can be in their careers, Gagich 


Health care, home economics 
become part of alternative system 


By Jennifer Saxton 
Staff writer 


Two decades ago, vocational 
education prepared students to 
become auto mechanics, 
welders, carpenters or electri- 
cians. 

But Granite City High School 
is trying to give its students 
more alternatives. Its vocational 
program includes departments 
like health occupations, home 
economics, industrial pccupa- 
tions and business edication. 

In the Home Economics 
Department, students have a lot 
more to focus on than cooking | 
and sewing. Interested in run- 
ning a-hotel? Take a hospitality 
and tourism class. This year- 
long course is designed to teach 
about jobs in the 
hospitality/tourism field. 
Information taught includes 
hotel management, restaurant 
management, food preparation 
in large quantities aS in a cater- 
ing business and travel sales. 


For the second semester, as part 
of a job shadowing program with 
the Adam’s Mark hotel in St 
Louis, students actually work in 

“Yarious positions throughout the 
hotel during school hours. 

Ste’ years ago, Granite City 
was a pilot site for this class. 

“This unique program has 
since caught on to many other 
high schools in the state,” said 
Cindy Gagich, director of yoca- 
tional education. “All these class- 
es on centered around a work- 
based learning program.” 

Another such class is in child 
care. Students work during 
school hours for nearly two 
hours two or three days a each 
week at an actual daycare cen- 
ter within the school. Currently, 
there are 80 children who attend 
the daycare. 

On days the students are not 
working with the children, they 
plan activities, discuss their 
experiences with the children 
and learn skills on dealing with 
children in a variety of situa- 


tions. Through this course, the 
students can receive up to six 
credits for child care classes 
through Belleville Area College. 

In the building trades course, 
students build a house for lower 
income families in less than a 
year. This course also integrates 
drafting skills used for the blue- 
prints and knowledge of electric- 
ity students need to wire the 
house. 

“For a number of years, the 
word ‘vocation’ has had a nega- 
tive connotation to it. But, now 
vocational includes many com- 
puter and industrial skills,”- 
Gagich said. 

‘n the health occupations 
department, students can take a 
Basic Nurse Assistant course to 
learn the responsibilities of a 
Certified Nurse’s Assistant. The 
students do off-site clinicals in 
area hospitals and nursing 
homes. After the class, students 
can test to become a state certi- 
fied nursing assistant. 


Picture 





Tim Stephenson photo 


David Boone, a freshman, concentrates on his welding in a class at Granite City High School. 


Many vocational students now 


continue education after graduating 


By Jennifer Saxton 
Staff writer 


Parents are often reluctant to have their chil- 
dren go into jobs armed only with vocational train- 
ing. 

But recently the focus of vocational education 
has shifted to include more career-oriented train- 
ing. More and more students are taking their voca- 
tional education and going to college to receive 
degrees in areas like engineering while others are 
finding it easier to take their skills straight to 
work. 

“For those kids, who do not want to go to col- 
lege, the construction trades are sometimes a good 
alternative,” Gary Eversmann, coordinator of 
Southern Illinois Carpenter's Apprenticeship 
Program, said 

Going into the construction field doesn’t mean 
an end to training. Apprenticeships are one avenue 
students can take after graduating. Eversmann 
said people need to realize how much math is 
involved in carpentry and construction 

“We do try to attract the cream of the crop. 

You have to be pretty smart to be a carpenter,” 
Eversmann said. “That’s why we make sure they 
know their math and are able to build things with 
their hands.” 

In one trade area, students are rushing to fill 
the abundance of carpentry positions opening 
throughout the country Eversmann said that isn’t 
because there are not enough people interested in 

















the occupation. Instead, the heightened require 
ments are limiting the number of qualified people 
to fill the positions 

“We started a math test several years ago. Last 
year, we tested 140 applicants and 50 percent 
failed,” Eversmann said. “The test was a simple 
arithmetic test with a little algebra and decimals.” 

Apprentice applicants come from all over south- 
ern Illinois, and from a total of 33 counties in the 
state. 

Through the apprenticeship program, the stu- 
dents who pass the test and have their first inter- 
view, then have a chance to become first-year 
apprentices 

Last year, 70 applicants passed the math test 
and 45 found work as first-year apprentic 

“We are in good times now and there’ 
work out there to be filled,” Eversmann said. 

Currently, the program has 325 apprentices at 
various experience levels 

For four weeks a year, the students come to the 
training center in Belleville over a four-year time 
They will then go work with the contractor, who 
has employed them, for four to six months and 
then come ba to the center for another two 
weeks. 

The apprenticeships last for four years. After 
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springboard to his success 
as a journalist 

"I was the editor of the 
high school newspaper, 
which helped me learn some 
of the facets of journalism 
Many of the stories I wrote 
were printed in the Press 
Records. That was fun. I 
would not trade education 
that I received in the 
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Maer began his broadcast 
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school news program on 
Chuck Norman-owned radio 
station WGNU-AM before he 
went to work at stations in 
Belleville and St. Louis. He 
began covering White House 
News in 1986 for the old 
Mutual and NBC radio net- 
works. His reports are cur- 
rently heard on KMOX-AM 
and on CBS and Westwood 
One radio networks. In his 
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| hosted by CBS News White 
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a 1970 graduate of SIUE 
During his opening speech, 
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De La Roche Gala a success 


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sunny days working as a 
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students can see the middle of the foot 
ball field period 
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man who graduated in 5,” Champion 
said. “He contributed $100. | saw him 
and he told me that he needed a 
more forms. Last week, I opened 
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s a check for $1,000. His comment 
was that he didg’t want the football 
players rusuing)into each other. He told 
us to use it wisely. We just don’t want 
anite City graduates, we want friends 
of the community as well.” 

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Cahokia (105) and Belleville 2th; 17 


Louis swept the top four positions in. 
ndings. Shontia Chester placed 
followed by Dawn Harper 


(16:54), Aisha Franklin (16:54 
Haywood (16 ) 





a time of 16:56. 


17:57 


Edwardsville’s Courtney Mudd placed fifth with 


Other Edwardsville runners in the top 20 were 
Bailey Nichols (seventh, 17:16); Suzy Nucette 
7:51); and Sarah Dortch (15th, 18 ys 

The top runners for Belleville West we: 
Pellmann (11th, 17:46) and Carly Ferguson (14th, 
Chrissie Honer led the way for Belleville 
East, placing 10th with a time of 17:42. 


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By Garen Vartanian 
Staff Writer 





. 1. Some senior golfers may 
ripe when-a freshman team- 
Taate outshoots them. Not 
Columbia 
High sen 
ior Justin 
Johnson. 

During 
one match 
this year, 
Columbia 

‘freshman Aaron Frazer posted a 
36 while Johnson shot a : 
Instead of sulking, Johngon sim- 

ly was pleased Frazer’s‘effort 
elaed Columbia win that partic- 
ular match. 

“A prima donna would say, ‘I 
got beat my a freshman,’ 
Columbia coach Tom Detmer 
said. “But his comment was, 
*Great.’ He knew we won the 
‘match as a team. He was happy 
‘the other guys were shooting 








Complete team 
Page B3 





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Johnson's team-first attitude 
and 36.6 average propelled 
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regional competition as a team 
for the first time in school histo- 
Johnson also helped the 
Eagles finish 6 in regular se: 
son dual matches and tourna- 
ments. ¥ 

Johnson capped his campaign 
y finishing second at the IHSA 
A state tournament on 


















felt 
Oct. 1 ° 

For his success, he was 
named one of two Players of the 
Year for boys golf by the 
Journal Newspapers of Southern 
THlinois. 









“It was a good year,” Johnson 
said. “It was a good way for me 
to end my last year.” 

Johnson, who qualified for the 
1999 United States Junior 
Amateur Golf Championships 
this past summer, especially 
was pleased Columbia reached 
sectional competition. He hopes 
tie Pagles*-current-underciass——— 
men benefited from the postsea- 


‘See JOHNSON, Page B3 





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Columbia senior Justin Johnson finished second in the IHSA Class A state tournament but was 
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EHS sophomore 
will lead Tigers 
for years to come 


By Brian Bretsch 
Staff writer 


Edwardsville High so} 
more Brent Holmes has 
himself with a tough ac 
low 

Holmes averaged 37.5 
nine holes this fall and p 
impressive finishes en route to a 
h-place finish in the IHSA 
Class AA state tournament 
Holmes tied for second in the 
IHSA regional and sectional 
events en route to state. He 
helped the Tigers place 13th in 
the state. 

For his efforts this season, 
Holmes shared Golfer of the 
Year honors for the Journal 
Newspapers of Southern Llinois. 

“I played good all season and 
this caps it off,” Holmes said 

Holmes really played well 
when it counted, shooting a 74 in 
the regional and sectional 


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Granite City High School has scheduled parent/teacher 
i conferences from 1 to 4 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday and 
- Friday 


Students should not accompany their parents. A copy of 
the student's report card will be available in the main hall 
along with a map and list of where teachers are located. 

For information call 451-5808, extension 30 


Madison Middle School will host a Halloween Family 
Night from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday 

The cost is $2 per family for dinner. Activities will 
include a haunted house. For information, call Principal 
Raelyn Parks at 876-6409 


The Granite City Park District will sponsor a Halloween 
party from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. for students kindergarten 
through third grade at the Brown Recreation Center 

Children are encouraged to come in costume. 


The U.S. Army Teen Club at the Melvin Price Support 
Center is sponsoring a Halloween haunted house from 6 to 
10 p.m. Friday 

The haunted house, a fund raiser for the group, is locat- 
ed at Building 108 in the center 

The cost is $3 for adults and $2 for children. For infor- 
mation, call 452-4552. 


Madison High School is holding its 3rd annual Fall 
Festival from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today 

The festival will be in the courtyard at Madison High 
School. 


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TAURUS (April 20-May 20) 
You have a better sense of 
direction now than you did last 
week. A new flexibility and love 
of life is yours. A family phone 
call might result in plans for a 
visit. Be firm with someone who 
tests your principles 





GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A 
pet notion turns out to be wrong 
Chronic difficulty is a thing of 
the past. A suspicion could 
prove to be valid, Use your 
ingenuity to extricate yourself 
from a ticklish situation 


CANCER (June 
Sensible spending saves 
from a world of woe. Have confi 
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love a perfectionist, you may 
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October 29, 30 & 31 is our 3rd Annual Halloween “Bash.” Don‘t be afraid 
to shop for seasonal home decorating accessories. There will be hundreds of |’ 
choices, that won‘t take a “bite” out of your budget. You'll find yard accesso- *._ sy 
s ries with holiday themes, turkeys, pilgrims, snowmen, Santas and winter svenes. Gite 
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Keepsake Country Craft Show at Alton Square Shopping Centers is the areas first choice to % 
shop for great crafts. Two of your favorite exhibitors will be there. Carol Hamel, has been ee 
cutting out her charming wood designs and pole painting with perfection. Her yard. signs, 
plaques, angels, santa‘s, pilgrims & turkeys will brighten your home for the holidays. Sharon \?-; 
Cline’s “Secret Scents” will fill your home with heavenly aromas. Her potpourri, candles and& _~> 
oils are nostalgia essence of a more peaceful time. These are just a few of the craft exhibits & 

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gather. Come inside and celebrate Halloween, and trick-or-treat on 
Saturday, October 30, from 4-6 pm. - 

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Fall leaf burning does 


By Deborah L. Bates 
Staff writer 


Despite the popular scent 
that 
declares 
fall is 
upon us, 
leaf burning is harmful and 
should be. avoided, officials 
say, 

"Given the health risks 
associated with leaf burning 
and the growing number of 
communities-that have 
implemented a ban, the 
American Lung Association 


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Association of Ilinois. 

T.R. Carr, professor and 
chair of the department of 
public administration and 
policy analysis at Southern 
Illinois University in 
Edwardsville, conducted 
research on leaf burning in 
the fall of 1997 and 1998 

The study showed that 
the inhaled smoke can 
induce an asthma attack in 
someone who suffers from 
asthma 

"There's partial combus- 
tion of leaves and that 
unburned particle matter 





-more harm than good 


do well when inhaling parti- 
cle matter whether that 
matter be incompletely 
combusted leaves or diesel 
fuel.” 

Someone who is exposed 
to burning yard waste has 
more than three times the 
risk of having an asthma 
attack than someone not 
exposed to leaf smoke, the 
study said 

During the leaf burning 
season as much as 80 or 90 
percent of particle matter in 
the air is from leaf burning. 

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is calling for all communi- 
ties to end this unhealthy 
and unnecessary practice,” potential to bring on an 
said Denise_Myles, presi- asthma episode,” Carr said 
dent of the Ameri n Lung “Our airways really do not 


haze that we see has the 
potential to present a seri 
ous health risk for individu- 
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he said. 

While the SIUE study 
looked at asthma suffer 
other studies have indicz 
that the smoke can be 
harmful.to anyone. Lat 
studies have shown that 
when lab animals ar 
exposed to wood smok 
their lung functioi can be 
reduced by 20 to 50 percent 
depending on the exposure 
time and the si rity of the 
smoke 

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non-asthma sufferers as 
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In addition to being 
unhealthy, exposure to leaf 
smoke n also be expen- 
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one who has an asthma 
4episode can bein e 
$1,000 
Leaf burning is banned in 
Edwardsville, Collinsville 
Breese and Granite City 
Mulching, bagging and com. 
posting are some alterna- 
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communities limit the time: 
of leaf burning 


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“Quit for life” with the Freedom from 
Smoking Self Help Plus Program at Memorial 


The American Lung Association's “Freedom from Smoking Self Help Plus” 
is a three session program taught by a respiratory therapist from Memorial. 
The first class helps participants identify why they smoke and motivates 
them to quit; class two is “quit day,” and offers coping skills and reward 
systems; and class three provides the ex-smoker with skills to ‘quit for life’ 
including developing an exercise program and healthy eating habits 


Information: 

For more information or to register, 
call Memorial's Community 
Relations Department at 257-5649. 
(10 participants needed to conduct this class) 


Date, Time, Place: 
Class begins 
Wednesday, November 3, 1999 

7 to 8:30 p.m 

Memorial Health Education 
Center, 706 E. Highway 50, 
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Knock-knock. 
Who 8 there? 


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Don t ery, little baby. 


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whether they take to the street with children 
or answer a ringing doorbell 

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open to imaginative interpretation. 

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1 can (16 oz.) vanilla frosting = : . = : 

Optional garnishes: mini baking Kisses, black licorice bits, strips 
of red licorice, toffee bits, other food decorations 


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease 12-inch round pizza pan. 
If using disposable pan, place on baking sheet. zi 
at melted butter, sugar and vanilla, usin; 
spoon. Beat in eggs. Stir in flour, cocoa, baking powder and salt. 

3. Spread batter into pan. + 2 

4. Bake in preheated oven 20 to 22 minutes until top springs back 
when touched lightly in‘eenter. Cool completely. i; 

5. Add food colorings to frosting for desired shade of orange... 

h to resemble jack-o -lantern. 

Makes 12 to 16 servings. 








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Serve eager wearers of 
costumes food that stabilize 
excited tummies. 

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Intriguing foods summon 


Spirits of Halloween fun. 
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Taco Soup with Tex-Mex 
flavors gains quick approval 


on family table. 
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Rice comes from freezer 


in versatile chicken entrees. 
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l-ounce package with 1 cup sour 
cream; mix r r of seasoning 
with 1 can (16 ou. refried bear 
To make two 8-Layer Tortes, plac« 
two (6-inch) flour tortillas on 
separate plates ng one-fourth o 
each ingredient on each tortilla, toy 
with drained black beans (15-ounce 
can), chopped tomato (1 medium 
sliced ripe olives 











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shredded cheddar cheese (1 cup or 
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ingredients and’end with 
tortillas, Wrap tortes individ 
plastic wrap. Refrigerate unt 
to serve or pack for lunch. l 
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salsa over individual servings 
















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Combine a colorful array of 
vegetables in a skillet. Cook 1 
eggplant, peeled and cubed; 1 
zucchini, sliced; 1 green bell pepper 
cut in strips; 1 Small red onion, 
sliced, and 3 tablespoons fat-free 
French salad dr 















hot or cold. Makes 4 se’ 
100 calories 2 least 5 








For lunch, serve refreshing 
turkey salad. Combine 3 cups 
cooked rice at room temperature 
2 cups diced cantaloupe and 1-1/ 
cups cooked, cubed tiirkey breast 
In food processor or by hand, finely 
chop 1/4 cup packed mint leaves 
1/4 cup packed fresh parsley and 1 
clove garlic, cut in half. Blend with 
1 carton (8 ounces) plain nonfat 
yogurt. Toss lightly with rice 
mixture. Chill, covered, 2 hours. 














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Frozen dinners get chicken, rice to table 


There was a time before 
TV dinners, microwave 
ovens and instant rice. It is 
hard to believe, but chicken 
and rice used to be a casse- 
role baked an hour in a tra- 
ditional oven 

Today frozen main dishes 
offer a gallery of convenient 
variety 








A’sam- 
pling of 
single 
servings 

takes this for granted 
Efficiency is the password 
for people who stock them 


when advertised at two-for- 
$3. Others pay full price, as 
much as $2.69 for glazed 
chicken 

Varieties sampled were 
Healthy Choice country 
glazed chicken, Uncle Ben's 
rice bowl of honey Dijon 
chicken, Weight Watchers 
Smart Ones in fiesta chick- 
en, Michelina's Lean 'n 
Tasty glazed chicken and 
Budget Gourmet orange: 
glazed chicken. 

The one with the more 
unusual flavor, Smart Ones 
fiesta chicken, brought posi- 
tive response for its season- 
ing 

"The flavor was outstand- 
ing. The rice was tender and 
fluffy and there was plenty 
of topping to mix with it,” 
























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Lunch or dinner tastes center on chicken and rice in a variety of made-for-one entrees in the freez- 


er. 


the taster said 

He usually passes up low 
fat items, so he was sur- 
prised by the quality of the 
dish. He found the chicken 
rather soft, but thought it 
might be attributable to the 
low-fat chicken used. 

He thought the quantity of 








the dish was comparable to 
similar products, which he 
uses frequently. He needs to 
supplement it with more 
food though, because it is 
less than what a person of 
his appetite eats 

The other glazed chicken 
products varied according to 








Soup pushes right buttons 
to warm cool winter season 


By Barb Gray 
Correspondent 


Delight in the sights and 
sounds of autumn: a cool nip 
in the air, crunching leaves, 
football games, crackling 
fires and active children 

rushing 

home 

after 

school 
Add a warm and cozy kitchen 
and the aroma of savory soup 
from a microwave oven to 
the family scene 

Versatile, satisfying, nutri- 
tious and economical, soup is 
a favorite of almost every- 
one. Soup and a sandwich 
make a quick lunch at home. 
For school lunch it can be 
packed in a thermos. 

To pique the appetite of 





gant light soup ¢ 
course. Fox a quick and easy 
family meal, plan supper 
around a hearty variety 

Pumpkin soup sounds 
unusual, but needs to be tried 
to find out how tasty it is. 

The pumpkin is native to 
Central America. When the 
first colonists arrived in 
North America, Indians were 
growing it extensively 

The Indians boiled and 
baked pumpkin for soup. 
They also dried and ground it 
into meal, which they used 
like cornmeal to make breads 
and puddings. Always good 
planners, they cut pumpkin 
into rings and hung them to 
dry throughout the winter 





Pumpkin pie originated in 
New England. The top of the 
pumpkin was sliced off, seeds 
were removed and the eavity 
filled with milk and spices. 
Maple syrup 6r another natu- 
ral sweetener was added and 
the whole pumpkin then was 
baked. 

For coming or baking, 
choose small fresh "pie" 
pumpkins with rather firm 
rind and bright orange color. 
They should be heavy for 
their size and free from blem- 
ishes 

Three pounds of fresh 





pumpkin makes about 3 cups 
cooked and mashed. Fresh or 
canned pumpkin is a good 
source of vitamin A and a 
fair source of iron with only 
40 calories for 1/2 cup. 
Delicious as it is different, 
this Pumpkin Soup recipe 
comes from the Microwave 
Times. Invite guests for an 
after-game supper and treat 
them to a cupful. To be more 
impressive, serve it from the 
empty bow! of a pumpkin 
Home economist Barb 
Gray specializes in 
microwave cooking 





BEN eo Rae | 
PUMPKIN SOUP 


1 can (14-1/2 oz.) 
chicken broth 

3 cups water 

1 tbsp. instant chicken 
bouillon granules 

1 small onion, chopped 

1/2 cup chopped carrot 

1/2 cup-chopped celery 

1 can (16 oz.) pumpkin 
(2 cups cooked) 

1/3 cup dry white wine 

2 tbsp. butter or mar- 
garine 

1/4 tsp. leaf thyme 

Pinch pepper 








In 2-quart casserole, com- 
bine broth, water, bouillon, 
onion, carrot and celery. 
Microwave, covered, on high 
power 15 to 17 minutes until 
vegetables are tender. Let 





stand 10 minutes. 

In food processor or 
blender, process vegetable 
mixture at medium speed 
until smooth. Add pumpkin 
Process until smooth 

Return mixture to casse- 
role. Stir in wine, butter, 
thyme and pepper: 
Microwave on high power, 
uncovered, 5 to 6 minutes 
until heated through, stirring 
2 or 3 times. 

Makes 6 servings. 

Tips: To use homemade 
chicken broth, add 5 cups 
broth and omit canned broth, 
water and bouillon. 

Fresh pumpkin is easy to 
cook in a microwave oven. 
Using tines of fork or knife, 
prick small pumpkin several 
times. On paper toweling: 
microwave pumpkin on high 
power 18 to 20 minutes until 
soft. Set aside and cool, then 
remove flesh. 


Do you have trouble nodding 
off? Try wearing socks, gloves 


By Rebecca Coley 3 
Correspondent 


Scientists from x 
Switzerland believe the loss 
of heat from hands and feet, 


coupled 
will 
MEDICINE other 
CHEST chemical 
events in 


the body, helps people fall 
asleep. 

Melatonin is an important 
gart of the sleep cycle, but 
the release of body heat is a 
sey part of the puzzle. These 
dbservations were published 
-ecently in the journal 
Nature. 

For some reason, loss of 
leat is key to putting the 


o * ® 


body in a restful state. It is 
suggested that cold hands or 
cold feet delay the onset of 
sleep because heat is escap- 
ing from the body. 

So what is the solution? 
Don socks on your feet and 
mittens on your hands on the 
way to bed. If socks and mit- 
tens sound unbearable, a hot 
water bottle is a good alter- 
native. 

While this was not a scien- 
tific study, this group ana- 
lyzed data from 18 healthy 
young men who participated 
in sleep studies. 

Results suggest blood ves- 
sel dilation in the hands and 
feet in late evening, and 
resulting heat loss, are key 
to falling asleep. It also 


oy 


might give credence to 
habits already in place. 

Sleep must occur at the 
right time of day in line with 
other chemical signals. With 
winter mpnths coming on, 
Many people tend to suffer 
cold hands and feet at bed- 
time. 

Nothing ventured, nothing 
gained. Try wearing socks to 
See if sleep comes faster. 

Rebecca Coley is a regis- 
tered dietitian in the state of 
Missouri. Questions for her 
to answer in "Medicine 
Chest" can be e-mailed to her 
at reoley@htsmail.com or 
sent to: Medicine Chest, 
Suburban Journals, 1714 
Deer Tracks Trail, St. Louis, 
Mo. 63131. - 5 


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style as promoted 

“Budget Gourmet put a lot 
of flavor in its glazed chick 
en. It was a decent size for 
woman's lunch. When I 
opened it, the orange flavor 
jumped right out. The sauce 
was thick and was pretty 
with herbs, plus the colorful 





vegetables. The chicken "There were six big 
pieces are as large as the chunks of chicken and two By Janar 
package shows, the vegeta- small chunks in with an Orrespc 
bles were smaller,” the herbed sauce. The sauce 
taster said could use a little seasoning, 

She liked the amount of pepper and salt," the tester 
rice compared with the meat said. 
and sauce. The veggies were He found few mushrooms starting 
"identifiable and almost in the sauce, although the helps ‘cu 
crisp,” she said. She thought package showed several appetite 
it worth the price, which slices. 2 night on 
was more economical than "But for $2.69," he said, When tri 
most. "it's a lot better meal for evening 


"I'd give it 4 thumb's up 
for the person who likes full 
flavor. It was strong in what 
I think was thyme, besides 
the orange. The vegetables 
were among the best,” she 
said 

Uncle Ben's rice bowl is a 
new member of the market. 

The tester said, "The 
chicken was deceptively 
plentiful. When I first peeled 
back the lid, it looked like 








you than a Big Mac value 
meal." zs 

Michelina's Lean 'n Tasty 
glazed chicken drew. mild 
applause for its flavor 

"I thought it was fine, but 
not outstanding," the taster 
said. "Its mild flavor left a 
middle-of-the-road imp: 
sion. I like more variety 
than just chicken and rice, 
so I'd choose a flavor with 
more punch. This would 





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I'd be skimped on the meat make a more than adequate Bi 
However, as I mixed the lunch at the office." 
ingredients together with my 
fork, it turned out to be an Nutrition profiles ranged LUNG 
ideal amount.” from 210 calories, 2 grams 
He was less impressed by fat and 570 mg sodium for 
the softness of the vegeta- Weight Watchers Smart BR 
bles and-the honey-mustard Ones fiesta chicken to 370 Doe 
flavor. He would give the calories, 4 grams fat and 850 
product another try, proba- mg sodium in the Uncle = 
bly in a different flavor. Ben's rice bowl. Michelina's Pattniiit 
Healthy Choice country glazed chicken was moder- 


glazed chicken also elicited 
a cheer for the meat 


ate in calories and fat, with 
930 mg sodium. 





Continued from Page 1 


cowboys, clowns and pump- 
kins line up for the parade, 
too 

They all expect to be fed. 

Spooky ideas spur on the 
bats-and ghosts theme. 
Nothing makes the skin 
stand on end better than a 
mixture of soft blue gelatin 
sloshing with cottage cheese 
| and blueberries. Bill it as 
"brains" for the intrepid 

There is an ocean of fun 
with a water theme. The 
magically inclined eat fruit 
wands, skewers of canned 
pineapple in the shape of 
sea creatures, berries, mini 
marshmallows, honeydew 
or cantaloupe balls, and 
grapes 

Punch can be any color. 
Its name matches the set- 
ting: Blue Lagoon, Ruby 
Slipper Sipper or Grassy 
Green Guzzler. 

Dry ice near the punch is 
a nice touch for those, who 
prefer a Wizard of Oz ora 
cemetery theme. Keep it 
safely out of hand range. 

Smoothies can be made 
on the spot. Foam created 
by the quick motion of a 
blender makes a Grape 
Volcano 

Blend 1/2 cup seedless 
green grapes, 1/2 cup milk 
and 1/2 cup plain low-fat 
yogurt with 1 tablespoon 
brown sugar and splash of 
vanilla. Add 2 ice cubes and 
a few drops of food color- 
ing. Blend about 15 seconds. 

Cool drinks refresh, but 
hot chocolate warms a 
chilly evening. For marsh- 
mallow toppers, flatten 
thesweets a bit, using pleri- 
ty of confectioner's sugar 
below and on top of the 
spongy mixture to avoid 
sticking. Cut out with tiny 
cookie cutters or shape 
edges like a bat or pump- 
kin. Cut-qut.eyes and: noses 
are effective. Work together 
scraps. 

Let them sit out to dry 
before dropping them in 
mugs of warm chocolate 
drink. They melt quickly if 
drink is too hot. 

Costume parties are a 
challenge. Everyone must 
see everyone else. Have a 
parade. Adults can play ~ 
musical chairs._Every child 
earns a prize for a reason: 
Make them up on the spot: 
best blue outfit, biggest hat, 
longest shirt, brightest 
polka dots, most items bor- 
rowed from dad. 5 

Decorate-4-pumpkin 
challenges are good for 
teams, but limit teams to 
only two or three people. 
Provide colored markers, 
cut-up vegetables, plenty of 
sturdy toothpicks and other 
decorations. - 

A hearty food to serve in 
a bowl augments sweets 





and junky foods that domi- 
nate Halloween. Salsa 
Chicken Beans and Rice 
works. 

Costumed pets that greet 
trick-or-treaters are the 
talk of the neighborhood 
Like with children, their 
outfits should not restrict 
them or be forced upon 


them 

They do not need to 
ingest candy or wrappers 
Chocolate can be toxic. 
Rather than having them 
greet guests at the door, a 
window gives everyone a 
view, but safety protects all 
creatures on both sides of 
the glass 


SALSA CHICKEN BEANS 
AND RICE 


1 Ib. bonel 
cut in 1/2 





tsp. olive oil 


skinless chicken breast or thighs, 
inch cubes 


2 
1 cup chopped red or green bell pepper (1 medi- 


um) 


1 can (14.5 oz.) reduced-sodium chicken broth 
1 cup salsa (mild or medium to taste) 


2 cups uncooked instant brown r 





e 


1 can (15 oz.) butter beans, drained, rinsed 


1/4 cup mi 





ed fresh cilantro 


In large skillet or Dutch oven, heat oil. Saute chicken and 
bell pepper about 5 minutes until chicken is lightly browned. 
Add broth, salsa and rice. Bring to simmer. Reduce heat 


to low. 


Cook, covered, 5 minutes. Vary thickne: 


s of mixture with 





broth and water, using package directions for rice as guide. 
Stir in beans and cilantro. Cook, covered, about 5 minutes 


until hot. 


Serve in bowls, or drain liquid as necessary and serve in 


soft flour tortillas. 


Makes about four (1-1/2-cup) servings; 645 calories, 9 g 


fat, 42 g protein, 98 g carbohydrate, 62 g cholesterol, 676 mg 
sodium and 15 g dietary fiber each 


Le SEES | 
UNDER THE SEA 
PUNCH 


1 can (15.25 oz.) cut pineapple in sea shapes 
1 can (46 oz.) pineapple juice, chilled 

3 cups orange juice, chilled 

1 bottle (1 liter) lemon-lime soda 


Drain pineapple, reserving juice. Combine juice with 


water to make 4-1/2 cups. 


_ Pour half the liquid into 6-cup mold Arrange pineapple 
in liquid. Freeze 2 hours or until solid. Pour remaining liq- 
uid into mold. Freeze overnight. 


In large punch bowl, stir together pineapple juice, 


orange and soda. Set aside. 


To unmold, dip frozen mixture in warm water a few 
seconds, invert mold and gently shake to release ice. 

Makes 12 servings; 145 calories, no fat or cholesterol, 12 
mg sodium, 36 g carbohydrate and 1 g protein each. ¢ 


FEEL ET DLE AEE T TT TET TREE: 
AQUARIUM CUPS _— 


1-1/2 cups boiling water 


2 pkg. (4 serving size) or 1 pkg. (8 servings) 


berry-blue gelatin 
3/4 cup cold water 
Ice cubes 


1 can (15.25 oz.) cut pineapple in sea shapes, 


drained 


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In bowl, stir boiling water into gelatin at least 2 min- 
utes until gelatin is dissolved. f ies 


_ Mix cold water and ice to make 2 cups. Stir with until 
slightly thickened. If necessary, refrigerate to thicken. 
Stir in pineapple. 


Divide among serving dishes or spoon into 2- t 1 
Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm. B ae ae 


Ma! €s 10 servings; 90 calories, no fat or cholesterol: 65 
mg sodium, 22 g carbohydrate and 1g proteineach. ” 


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By Jananne Finck 
Correspondent 


Agreed, youngsters are 
excited and anxious to start 
treating, but a quick meal is 


Wholesome food keeps tricksters on track 


pita sandwiches satisfies the 
whole family 


Pita sandwiches can 








Eating a real trick because it helps include foods from several 
some maintain energy levels and food groups, limited only by 
supper alertness during the long likes and dislikes. Pita 

; before evening. A well-balanced options include meat or 


starting to trick or treat 
| helps curb children’s 
appetite for snacking all 
night on Hallow ndy 
When treats become the 
evening meal, 
upset tummies 


meal based on the Food 
Guide Pyramid provides 
nutrients youths need for 
growth and development not 
just this Halloween, but 
many to come. 

A Halloween pre-meal of 


peanut butter combined with 
cheese, lettuce and fresh 
fruit to fill pocket or pita 
breads. 

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By Libby Mills 
Correspondent 


No one needs a crystal 
ball to know trick-or-treaters 
who do 
not eat a 
meal 
before 
making the rounds will fill 
up on high-fat, sugary treats 
with little or no nutrition. In 
addition to not being healthy, 
this can lead to a tummy 
acke 

Getting little goblins inter- 
ested in meal-time food may 
be difficult on Halloween, 
when their spirits soar high 
in anticipation of fun and 
ts ahead 
immon the bewitching 
power of the kitchen. Stir up 
a few tricks everyone will 
think are treats. Captivate 
interest with haunting 
descriptions and creative 
twists 

A secret drop or two of 
food coloring magically adds 
intrigue. Color skim milk 
fairy-blue fairy, pancake 
syrup the color of blood and 
give low-fat yogurt and sour 
cream a pumpkin-color 

A child can stir up his 
own bow! of green ghoul 
gruel using oatmeal, grits or 
farina. Toss in a few witch 
es' teeth (candied corn) and 
fresh blueberries to make it 
irresistible to a growing 
monster 

Catch a few vampires on 
their before-dawn rush back 
to the crypt. Serve them 
pancakes, whose batter was 
drizzled into the shape of 
bats, witches’ hats and 
pumpkins. It also can be col 
ored with red and yellow 
food coloring. 

The local market always 
has a fresh supply of bat 
ved slices of lean 
roast beef) and mummy 

strips of torn flour 
). Cut the beef in 
ing, 
then roll them in tortilla 
strips. This is a great dipper 
for green relishes, ketchup 










































J or salsa - ghoulish names 


allowed 
2 salls for a snack 
one? The bigger the grape, 
the easier it is to peel the 
skin from the juicy red and 





green orbs. Use them to gar- 


nish fruit cups, low-fat 
yogurt, pudding made with 


any- 





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12 oz. ced, cooked 
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8 slices sourdough 
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2 tbsp. mustard 

8 thin slices gruyere 
cheese 

3 eggs 

2 tbsp-butter or mar- 
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Spread mustard on one 


side of each of 4 slices bread. 


Add slice of cheese to each 


Divide chicken evenly among 
sandwiches. Top with second 
slice of cheese. Top with sec- 


ond slice of bread: 


In shallow dish, beat eggs. 
In large skillet over medi- 


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the liquids unfil they are 
reduced to about 3 table 
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try bag to drizzle the-syrup 
in spirals 

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1 tbsp. chocolate syrup 








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1 toothpick 

8 fresh blueberries 
2 tsp. pomegranate 
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starfruit, sliced 

4 raisins 


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way to dispose of thie 
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like in a dining-room chair instead latter is used in Contour an interior whose c x 
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a éar in this segment. It d The ZTS s more powerful engine 
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range to than the smaller engine in spite of 
SE four-door wagon 








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moving controls closer to the dri line is cheaper than bottled wa 


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changes to smooth it out ered steering wheel feels just right floor mats, side-impact air bag: 

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2000 F-250 SUPERCAB 4X4 XLT #28218 es BLOWOUT. 
983 r, 


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Diesel, 6 Speed, Loaded, Was $30,09t seven OW 


S-4, Auto, Loaded, Was 31,890... Now 


SATURN OF GREVE COEUR 


99 F-250 CREWCAB 4x4 LARIAT #: 4209 ogg 97- Bi Chrysler Sebring Convertibles | ; sae RIVER ROAD WHEELS 


, 1503 W Delmar Ri, 9 Noth, Godfrey. 
a ao and Jxi's < : 200-456-8031 + 2 Miles West of Alton Dine 


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2000 F-350 SUPERCAB 4x4 XLT # 38,9 | , in : : CHEV ROEEE ° ; 


$-4, Auto, Loaded, Was $33,015 .....----- sau NOW 83 


Demo, Diesel, Auto, Loaded Was $42,754.......Now 


99 F-250 REG. CAB 4x2 XL #27722 


SS 
Diesel, 6 Spd, Loaded, Was $27,380. a Now P22y 88 Sage Trucks - All sakes & Models - Over 20 on 
6 FORD T-BIRD 98-99 DODGE 
2000 F-250 REG CAB 4x2 KL get 20,883 ee eS GRAND CARAVAN SE 
5.4 VB, Auto, Air, Was $22,880: iat J; Now $10,490 Sport, Best Selection In Town 
99 F-350 12’ Ia BODY #28269 98 EAGLETALON | 92 CHEVY BLAZER LT | seceate 


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-~ Diesel, Auto, Loaded, Was $37,840 --.-----.---NOW Eddie Bauer, Fully Loaded Cares eitapied 


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SSS Starting At $16,990 eres ss29 
2000 F350 SUPERCAB x4 LAR ener ae 3 E cRSWAGONSETTA torting At 516.95 —— 
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Yer per & moro, low miles, stk 
4Dr., Sunroof, PW, PL 4dr., Auto, 17,20x Miles #35428. 313,900 


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96 MAXIMA OXE. Gold. like 
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S15.005 (S14) 391-1498 


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Soo! $5,500. (696) 9387373 $44,000 (618) 797-353 
Te ANT, auto, air, full POWSE. og Altima OXE 
0° OCT nt, excallont Cond. po gtre loaded, $9,499 
x tom, $4200, 725-7608 = 
& *88 MAZDA 626 Hatch, Spd. Sips MOBILE 


357K, exc cond. cass. OFaY. nencee. 





Stored, Runs Well. Make OF 
‘Must Soll (314) 275-4187 
3s OLDS. Super 55, 4a 
‘white/oiue, now ties, PS. 
Pp, $8000, (278) 458-1391 








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Auto Transaxle Rear Defroster Power Brakes 


Air Cond. [Glass Speed Control Power Windows de mea, 
Powe? Steering Stereo Cassette 
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990 "YOUR CHOICE $13,490 


..PARTS DEPARTMENT 7AM to 5PM 
SERVICE DEPARTMENT 7AM to 6PM 








FULL SERVICE DEALER Two Miles _ TLLINOES RT. 3 AT 
> PARTS. South Of £270 PONTOON RD. 
GRANITE CTTy, IL 62040 


(618}452.5400 if 
314) 667-9219 











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1 3 S53 fled MOTORCYCLES/ 
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190 FIFTH WHEEL, Executive 
Dream. 26°, 2 slice outs, 1 
bergiass, washer/dryer 
longed. At oliver 


106 PATHFINDER SE: sr 





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Sora. i314) 931-8855 
SS KAWASAKI 250 Street 
Bike, excellent condition, 
$1260. (636) 939-4298 


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(lod rovota TRUCKS 


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COMMERCIAL 
VEHICLES 
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Dan Novak Todd Hoeferlin “ Bill Lee 
Service Consultant _Service Consultant Service Consultant 


i LUBE OIL & 11 GH GODHRENC TRASHSION SERVICE! 
FILTER CHANGES | t SERVICE & FLUID CHANGE!!! : Pde be ANU 
‘as, $21 95 Ut &c. $74.95 eee ECIAL! 
othcsay Umer I 1 10% OFF: 
All labor on services 


* GM Goodwrench quality moot haa | eck wacom 
+ AC Duraguard” Oil Filter 22 I “Mof $100* of more: : 
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We Will Accept Most Other GM Dealers Coupons ie 


4 1375 Dunn Road es seaae Sai! | Join the #1 Maid Service 

; yee Florissant, MO 63031 GM 2 se emer a rece feta os, 
s ohnny ‘ondoff =_ 544 $37 1800 Goodwrench E a 3 . : p 314.6 : 5 ‘S is é | °° *Sharon’s Maid Service Inc. 
‘OVER SO YEARS [> 434 3114, eS : St S600. Sharky ’. Restaurant 


now hiring experienced line 
cooks, bartenders, servers. 


Apply in person at 
2539 Vandalia > Maryville 


344-0826 
Bs FALL IS HERE! TIME FORA 









Help Wanted 










































AIR CONDITIONING 













$1250. NEW CAREER!! 
NEED! 
| t REBATE - Direct Care Housekeeping/Laundry 
| 2.9" n.'2. ron Stock #5125 Dietary QMRP 





Scamstross Behavior Specialist 
Beverly Form, a major Metro East ICR/MR OD 
Facility is secking qualified and highly motivated 
fchabilitation personal for aur direct care and 
Supper Unit. Applicant must posses a strong in 

in resident core, high energy level, patience an 
desire to learn, Must posses @ clear police record 
End be able to pas our training program, physical 
end drug test: Send resume or apply in porsan tor 


= Beverly Farm Foundation 
\, 6301 Humbert Rd 
— Godfrey, IL 62035 


Security 


SECURITY OFFICERS 
SHOP 'N SAVE is growing in the St. Louis 
area and with that growth comes new oppor- 
tunities for enthusiastic individuals who wish 
to pursue a career in the field of SECU. 
RITY/LOSS PREVENTION. 


UPTO 36 MOS. 





$15, 169 





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— §11,653°* 
2900 CAVALIER 
<<< EC ONSTTSMINS 2,9 sr nso 20060 SILVERADO an — 


Por Automatic & Air Conditioning 


$1,250 
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poucscrcanx | 96 OLDS CIERASL| 94 cHEVYLUMINA |'93 caevvoazer | .Fresh Shipment Of 






De. Avo: VED, LAZE ‘4 DOORS : 2 The successful candidates must’ possess 

.. Auto, . x : . rs strong communication/public relation skills 

Mileage. A/C |" VERY NICE CAR a LIKE NEW Gean Loaded ae noone wale Prior security experience is preferred but not 
Looking Cor. PRICED TO SELL! necessary. 


$17,995 





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FACTORY a = LOL 2c an are sels etiggimeri aren 


#PS56 #4652A jlable as well as f i 
98 RCURY yas je as well as full and part -time sched- 
| Auto V-5, AIC, Loaded, hes BC lsd nf. PROGRAM CARS j TRACKER 4 DR LS. 4X4 
aes i a | AUTO. A y We offer above average wages and an out 


Very Nice Full Size Cor 
Priced Right ct PRICED TO SEL READY TO GO standing panei packags to all full-time em- 
: joydes, Bone d 
$9,749 $10,495 _| All makes & models, | ” PRICED RICH | Prcadio sel $9,995 : Iie insurance: Pension andiamarshing 401(0) 
over 50 in stock! Plan are also part of the benefit package. - 
Low, Low Miles. 
Priced for immediate 
is HSE Be pea eees esos delivery. Factory warranty. 





ff you would like to be considered for an op-| 
portunity in the Security field within SHOP 'N 
SAVE, ploase apply in person, Monday 
through Friday, 8:09 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. or send a 
current-resuma to the following location. NO 
PHONE CALLS, PLEASE! 


SUNFIRE CPE 


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CREDIT SHOP. iN SAVE 
PROBLEMS? F-2% 10461 Manchester Road 


Kirkwood, MO 63122 
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WANTED 
RN's, LPN‘s, CNA’s & 


Customer Serace 


CSR SKILLS 





AUTOMOTIVE/ 












































TRUCKING & OWNER @ WANTED @ 
: ot x bor rg opmnatons Respiratory Therapists. Full & CLERK LIBRARY 
oa Re Rah ats taming "corpenteye.” Aperen @ profitable Wanted to crive ump toiter - bbe ‘ 
inetmet Asst. Service Mor. | Siew: weicome. Please cor SEOEESSIONAL DEBT Part-Time Positions. Available- sal Pi 
5 $1500 Lt/Med/Hvy Trucks. | osis.” “ter “5 ‘COLLECTIONS 1-888-400-1358 
BD $500. Customer Service Aftirmative Action/EOE No experience re ind the ability 
a Skills Raq’d. Sched- | __Drua Test Reauired ferred. immediate ine Following 
Bee ule Cust. Appts., Mo- | CARPENTERS NEEDED: & cpenings 








chanics Job Assign- 
ments, Write RO's, 
some Billing. Good 
math, ADP. Ford 
Network Computer 


Fansportation. For 
ton Call (618}546-86: 





Classifies Ads Work 
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TRUCK CENTERS 
1506 South 7th St 
St. Louis, MO 
63104 


Care acuity. utes ineude 
management & supervision 
of Oletary start, start acned- 
Suing, supervision of food 


purchasing/proparation — & 
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RnKING 
Toller/Cash handling 
experience necessary 
Mon.-Fri. Clean police 
record required. 


puter 
¥ require 





Call Tell Free 
877-441-7390 


_* DISPATCH x — 


Growing truckload car- 


@@ DRIVER @@ 
Needed with own late 
model pickup or van 
for local & OTR deliv- 
ery. Commercial vehi 
cle liability and cargo 
insurance furnished. 

(314) 721-7395 









1-800-423-6030 
*DRIVERS* 
STARTING AT .32 
NTS A MILE 
NSURANGE 





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314-639-1540 





RICH or TOM 


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vice Writer/ Spo ae Soe hee scene TRUCK DIVISION Maryville Manor 
Asst Mar. cE ED DIES 4) 2133 Vadalabene Driv 
BROADWAY {ZoM) for 199 bea Long Tern ATTN: MIKE SVOme Mates Poren Paid - SOOL19-1599 ates 


618/288-5999 





OPENINGS 


Openings for machine operators & 


warehouse for all shifts 
Permanent positions 










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System. CDL, Expe- | shins.40 Quick shop. Troy 1, Ter Needs experienced : cy position, ciso Fu or experience ina library 
rience Req'd dispatch and load WEEKLY tions evoilable coaay catuiea ces cekcted 
planning __ personnel ete Champmon Se prakerencensecatng roma ot 

ind Resume to: Exc pay & benefits. Fax DTs Director of Nursi idency 











a Set SEC TAIEE RMA BREDS =! nna CARRIERS. (618) 451 hland Soe We i 
z — * DRIV —s 9800 OR 800-489. ghlan upply Corporation 
Teen ee ir epiiC one teaans ia me SORE Chee 73 1111 Sixth Street 
St. Louls, MO63104 — smplcyee, Call’ kids cup in Pickup & delivery; CDL Local company in.need @ DRIVERS @ Highland, IL 62249 E.O.E. 
., it 6S class A or B with air of Class A, CDL driv 
15 CLERICAL brakes minimum rs experi. @ WANTED © 

















BARMAID WANTED! Apoty_in 
person. 5100 Lakeview Or 
Stee GPM or call ( 
3708. 


BARTENDER NEEGED Collar 








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Part/ Full-Time 


Entry Level Position 
Typing, Data Entry 




















Weekends quired 
Physically demanding. 
Full benotits atter 6 
months. Must pass 
DOT physical including 














TRUCKING 


7400 n. Broaaway 


















































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EULL TIME 
TELLER WANTED 















































stom one Resteenuyhegen.deety | & 10 Key Accuracy | drug @ alcohol screan. — (314) 382-8336 Serre Scott Credit Union is seeking a 
9. to 11:30AM. Sunday. Apply in_person 8am- [— i ier/MS i 
ae tarioan.” Cami “Bron eee ae Apply: lncparecn Sait Resdanicis INCEIVING , jfull time Teller/MSR for its| | 
2 Wnoslets joel an eee pi Beply.s9 tries. 7151 North Mar. | results? Try the Hazawood area_com- [Granite City Office. Prior cash 
pd nh pe i Ld ARGH IAL ket, Pagedale. EOE Classifieds! pany need ne [handing and customer service] | 
ADTORS Perey eer tele a P.O. Box 12295 Driver ENTREE Te with yrs_overthe Jexperience is preferred. Apply] | 
BOO = Soulard Station ALL*STAR xo DRIVER fk DEWEnSe road driving exper’ Ji) person at any Scott Credit] | 
i KKEEPER St Louie, MO 63157 | Trenspertation, inc. Small — ticct EEKLY ence. ~ person Y 
‘ Seer: Has purchased 5 ds. driver. ets Good bonatits, Starting [Union office or send resume] | 
SON omputer experience. ~Gsin oom Operate ightiiner Gentury CDL. 28¢ a mile. Home pay $11/HR : deel Se x 
oust | Somputer, experience. “cain nisom Operator freightiner century CDL, 286 e'mile Hom Rue BIvIsION —"Blossefariesumoto: [with qualifications and , salary SOMME 
ant environment, near currently hiring. New surance. Good MVR 300-410-1399 314-895-8871 oF requirements to: | . A. 
am Botanical Gardens fires wil quality ior cur vasa, ver ogee ich or Tom g95-a111.x10 | Granite City Teller/MSR RTT RACOSIOT 
unique Partnership SYRAMIG TRUGRING CO. a % 
3743-2003 Sell eal, SECURITY ARMORED 2000 Program. Call _OF 1 (888) 207-9446 ious on ac ne POB 424 7910 Manchester Ave. 
(2), $8400 CAR now and ask for: Mary ORIVERS WANTED MUST & Classifieds Belleville, IL 62222 St. Louis, MO 63143 
cata) aaa 1022 S0.pthst. McCoy at 21 HAVE SgoO DANING edb: _ : ; Rtn 
St. Louis, MO 63104 800-872-5960 X210 son, 2mo NA Get Result EOE 





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CNAs...HOME HEALTH!! CGNASINAs || Director Of Nursing RNs kkk * MEDICAL! _. <, RNILPN 
eae Duy nea heath oe cmpan Wie | | “aiishits. || Asst. Director of Nursing| | Smet. LPNIRN OErICe || tre supantory Ponto 
interview or come by: 8 hr & 12 hr shifts Positions available lity Full time 3-14 ASSISTAN 3-1 sift management opportunities row 
Martha’s Hands L.C. RESTORATIVE AIDE Send resume only to Primary Care Must be nced | | position res ener 4 
135 W. Adams, Ste. 305, Kirkwood, 965-4350 Exp. preferred, 8 hr shifts 289 A Green Yard Premium pay 
4 EOE. # CNA Classes Avai Ballwin MO 63011 ly In: per: 
















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ak tatetese| eee nights © wands GMis: |'s stoa0 Sign on bonus TR COUNTYEGA | GARDEN VIEW 
CNA’S CNASINAS || «Attendance bonus SSR ae ‘ Pay for performance eae Send tues | ates 
as | timelPart time e in the live bonus every 6 months , ae cs 
ALL SHIFTS Ful sree ime ference in Ihe tives, evening, night & weekend : Medical Office | ; 4 - 


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benefits package 





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314-946-4966 South County 314 843.4202 roberine galery Charge Nurse RN CHARGE NURSE | |- 
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x150 Nursing Home Sainte PAVALION Shan onda RNs/ILPNs NA/RNILPN 


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6400 Cedars Court 
























ALEXIAN BROTHERS. 

























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H rae Amold MO 63010 Apply in Long term care facility hiring Ni LLIPART TIME 
Sood nes t ursing. 314-296-514: = ManorCare Hi Cedar Hill Mo 62016 LEDOWENELAGE $15-$17 per hour es for shifty night | N up Bil & 14-7 
tion, Gteacy 7 4 equal portunity er Part time 1200 Gi 4624 Lansdowne openings for th shift & every wee 1] 7 rm re 
imeecianety. © } Florissant MO 63031 St. Louis, MO 63115 an Lee evenin ste | hf 
are ak 7:00 - 3:00 314-838-6555 314-951-6688 4 2 | | + Full benefits pkg 
‘ or EOE MIFIDIV 314-351-5825 Fax & 
= 9 EOE Apply in person 
ivenica MAE STAR MANOR ETE x kK wk * Part time 3-19119-7, = MARK TWAIN MANOR 
Parkside Meadows le tor CNAS! Agply in person: AUTUMN VIEW] | Every otner wkng off. Long RNs/LPNs 11988 » 
2150 Randolph St New pay scale for CNAs Tesson Heights term care exp. preterred. Full &’Part time es a differ. 9 
St. Charles, MO. CNA Class available Retirement Center GARDENS Good organizational & peo er dental Bridgeton 





EOE including shift diff, (Hwy 21 at 270) Depbie Lin. program notion within. Apply in pes 
7 NURSING DEFT. has op “E ht & weekend | | SoM 
jounty and Call Lynn or Linda for | REECE ERA BITS) | ings on part time night na arta Corl Manor Nursing Home 
sts. Apply interview Se for MAS & CNAS. risande Hill Ad 





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TCNACONAT ST] | MARK TWAIN MANOR all for benetils & mo pee thier ; 
CNA’sINA’s 11988 Mark Twain Ln. Se ea #059 South ‘Broadway Full and part ume 
Fort iss Bridgeton MO 63088 eer St Lata MO 6124 Tiesdicare Tks Bares ns avail 
$8 to start 314-291-8240 CNA’s een eons RN/LPN an rabies rasa skilled nursing 
Long term care facility; | __squsi cpeedunty emclover TOWER Fire Ses 7-3 & 14-7 Florissant MO 63031 eee 
experienced or will train = : 7 L_“* *« * * 4 314-836-6555 y 
fuksther you are expert. | Certified Nursing Assistants || VILLAGE INC. HIRING BONUS LOE MFO ABER petson 
enced or interested in 2) | Ful & part time positions | | A skilled nursing facility in CNAs v eat opportunity or cal 
eiing, seltataning. nae | | mabe St. Louls city is curently 341 & 11-7 See rasa cee THE BEST 314-546-4966 
annie a fF fessional, Flexible sche 
vidual who desires the HIRING BONUS $750 accepting applications {06 1) o6 you enjoy making ule’ shift differential, a OF THE BEST. 350 
LT eS etiotat | | thyou are @ dependable anc | | ings, ‘Starting See Ceara Nar leain'sl : ALEXIAN BROTHERS 4 bonus. E 3 
: 2 inter | | caring nursing professional,.4| plus @ 50¢ shitt H . i LANSDOWNE VILLAGE 2 
ested in taking with youl! || We have a great opportuniy | | for eves. & night ManorCar LTC exp: nelptul peer peed COME & APPLY! 
We are not a part of @ large | | for you!!! We offer excellent increase to. $7.50 #12 hr night shift oA our St Louls, MO 63118 ¥ 
EFORA chain” of rs oT rome | | Wages, medical & life insur. month probationary Medicare skilled unit Sra sutates’ Aided A NORTHVIEW 361 
% WE Bre an intl become. an | | 20c2 d01k retirement plan, | | period. Competitive benefit 6 months hospital exp 314-351-5825 Fax a - New Pay Scale! 
ar! where you wil become an || Stengance bonus. and || pg. Requrements: Mstou =compeniive wape scale ; LPNs ; 
important “partner in the | | more!! We appreciate you} |.ri Gertification and active Scomreotbarstte necks interview appoin' WESTVIEW 434-8361 
Seniey mgmt and care of the ri ie, | | and your profession! It you | | with the Division of aging 401 (k) program including PTO, sé ESTCHESTER HOUSE CNAs 
dents. For the right people. | | would like to work for the | | and a record check from the | m Drug free work inalieance ak LPNS 50 White Rd GRAND MANOR 531-; 
sist we offer medicalidentaliiite | | leader in long term care, call | | city & county within the last environment *Differenti Part time positions, Serf D: N 
ICR/MR_DD Ins., bonuses, paid holidays; 469-1200 30 days. Come to: Tower Apply in person es, nights & wknds nights, in our RCF Chesterfield MDS CARE PLA 
y motivated vacations, etc. 69- Village lnc, 4518 Blair, St.} | ManorGare Heattn Services | | «attendance bonus LPN = COORDINATOR 
rang interest Cori Manor Nursing Home || cue westcHesren House ||US MO RIN”. Se rs enh (IHS OF GRAVOIS Part time positions RNs LPNs CMTs CE N's CNA 
ees S80 Coraande Hil Ri 50 White Ra reavatylorted Sidaabeese ennerly As ermine eas CHAS Nas|| SOCIAL SERVI ae nena, 
enton, IFIDA EOE avail 1 a 
am, physical bears chacianiead MIFIDIV. wail. in our RCF RNs up to $35/hr ADON cMT's CMTs 
ndation caval opportuni mates] L_ cor ___] GRO MNURSING=RN peels in person Lene supsto Sei xoellent benef, inclide CNA’s Days/Evenings 
ons LOOKING FOR A CAREER NURSING DIRECT > 314-946-4966 seal + Paidhalideys seeraeetl Pleasant working environ 
= IN HEALTHCARE? (New Wage Scale) The right candidate will demonstrat build ESE fo $13/h Vacations Re 
‘ Mage Scale) | | ing abilities, concern for the elderly, andhave LTC | J yy.ccctor of Nursin Stipeters + Sickdays: L 
' JOB FAIR CNAICMT-Full time, days. | | experience. 130-bed skilled nursing facility cen See? [ee By 
Ue a sg, led, |[rnume o: Sosa Fs) aeaae watrere 1S powxeoas 
. ‘ s- Full time & parttime - 5 - apply in person 
tye a lee  aereniont Las] | evenings. 314-863-9005 51 Bizabeth Healthcare | ff x MAINTENANCE Des Peres Healthcare 
DERE a N i 2 Rehabilitation Center & Rehabilitation Center 
aS ‘Assistant, or Nurse Assistant, join us. We have RNILPN. and Primary Care Toll Free E Rehabilitation Cente & MEDICAL RECORDS erence 
1@ St. Louis fulltime and parttime positions. Nurses - days, evenings. Xe : 2 265 140 venus Sica Batt 
new oppor- No expenence necessary. (new wage scale for nurses) ane aes emma tarkside eae. 888-8394: Flor sre - all a peal s. Des pa 
i co 2 on all 3 shifts ee eee 
Sof SECU. Saturday, Novernbor 6, 1909 HOUSEKEEPING OE ICHESTEREIELD snares MO ‘ales Eee equal opsatonty emeiore 
Bane Jewish Weet Gounty Hospital Ful toe eats 4025 Chesterfield Ponte Parkway Si Bysca iat ee ry 2 
st possess ‘Missourl Baptist Medical Center PAUNDRY, Chesterfield MO 63017 
: 3015 North Ballas ‘ime - qual Opportunity Employer - = = 
yea bande St. Louis, MO 63331 BUS DRIVER Ir St. Sophia Health & Rehabilitation Center 
poe ta ccnmace Patt time; flextble houts. RN’s - LPN’s LPN’S is currently seeking dedicated, caring individuals for the 
INnHents Scan, Seer ACTIVITY ASSISTANT Full Time 3-11 following position: 


-time sched- 


cane Seilsepraeanes ae $1000 SIGN ON BONUS ee E GRADUATE NURSES ARE WELCOME 
re 4 Hospital z i 2 

J, dental anc isa Gayion Ave. SOCIAL WORKER | | OOOOORMTRTOMmITR ite Mme Gch oreaecialenainenand Sere tee 

‘Shing 401(k) Full time days. yositions open for private rewarding position. Great working ABOUT OUR NEW PAY SCALE 

ackage. - pevewrertts is; ' ‘environment. Developing a new team NEW 8 HOUR SI IN EFFECT 


ed for an op- 
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iD 1G CENTER 
0 = SE ‘Morven conte PREFERRED HEALTH CARE 13704 Suet rere ne (S14) 831-4800 
2 CSNY St S Tea Nate ‘Leaders ini Pediatric Home Care = (314) 355-6660 








63301 





* Full benefits package 

































Fac 3149966874 

























12335 West Bend Dr. 
St. Louis. MO.63128 

























































skills 2 must. Benet 
Is looking for Dietary Aides aan 


& Cooks. 















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Full time; flexible hours. 


WE PAY FOR EXPERIENCE 
GREAT BENEFIT! 
Vacation, holiday pay 
xlife, health, dental Ins. 
+ uition reimbursement 
company paid retirement 
Apply Mon-Fri, Sam3pm 





St Louis, MO 63119 
Fax: 314-961-1934 
EOE 





Evenings & Nights 
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PEDIATRICS 


duty cases & staff relief in 
all areas of Metro St. Louis. 
Vent experience requi don 
some cases. Top pay 
w/benefits. Call Today! 


(800) 933-6988 











Part Time, Friday Only, 11-7 


concept of care for the elderly. We 
are seeking professional nurses that 
are committed to providing excellent 
care to our residents. Excellent com- 
petitive salary and benefit package. 
Contact: 
SPANISH LAKE 


equal opportuntry emplorer 














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RNs/ LPNs/ CMTs/ CNAs 


EXCELLENT BENEFIT PACKAGE INCLUDING 401K 
FULL & PART-TIME POSITIONS 


ON SPOT INTERVIEWS 


ST.SOPHIA HEALTH.& REHABILITATION CENTER 


936 CHARBONIER ROAD 
FLORISSANT, MO 63031 







































































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. Locking for a full time EQUIPMENT SALES 5 
DIRECTOR position with a new =QUIPMENT L 
Full time position starting salary & bene @19 Hours/Week _ 
Salary Range of firs with a strong & se @Mon-Thurs. and Sat 
‘$68 cure building service 
perpen nee contractor? Both day & 
evening shifts are avail- 
able in Arnold, C 
field & Creve C le 
Give us a call 314-694- 
6315 & let us tell you 








































MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST 
needed fulltime for Family Practice 
office in Troy. Requires effective 
communication, customer service 
skills, attention to detail, and ability to 
work under pressure. Insurance, 
coding, and computer scheduling, @ 
Soo 


DIETARY AIDE 


Full time position at a skilled 
nursing facility. 

Some weekends required. 
Excellent benefits, 
including Health 
Insurance. Appy in person from 





We're looking tor peo 
plo with positive atti 
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bound calls for classi 
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P mere about the move wpm and have good 
Fam - Spm at Be oucnitee wierd Bet con how ne gunpore TERMINAL Seal Sdie” We St 
sable : Please forward resume to Heartlan: ture — with — unlimite ling si reiek: 
Cofinsville: CapCenter Healthcare, 2044 Madison Ave. my Srowth opportunities Siete Ie cogiane plas 
614 N. Summit Sui Sranite Ci ¢ “St aes commission and bo- 
Sustre vite 12, Granite City, IL 62040 or 120 WORKERS ee 
Collinsville, IL FAX to (618) 451-5374 NEEDED TODAY MECHANIC nus. We have a great 






































































Office environme! 
= Quick Labor HELPER ___ conveniently located at 
ian ; WLLER TRANSPORTERS.INC Na aro 
sae 3 : aa Grants Specialist has jobs fas “immediate. oper. Wout St. Louis County” 
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY TO PROVOST OF THE pili ta rr foryoull. .<_ ings for. mechanic! Cait, 2(a14)e22-2202, 
GRANITE CITY CAMPUS Saley Novae pater amos ee DURBAN 
= 2 0 SUB! 
= / Pay $8.00-$11.00 
(Search Extended) hr. depending on JOURNALS : 
experience SKILLS -~ 
Belleville Area College applications for the full-time] [Pr WEEKLY 7 bbs aeations up “Enea a Pe SECURITY. 
elleville Area College is now accepting application n 5 PAY! APPLY Pale vacations Apc Wegeeveneasl ara SECURIT 
position of Executive’ Sec ary to the Provost of the Granite City INSIDE TODAY! v Excellent health 3 Interviewing for Se- 
Campus. This is a full time Office and Technical Staff pasition with SALES lite insurance & curity Guard posi 
an anticipated start date of November 1999. The- work involves We're estes 





performi 
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highly responsible and complex  se¢ 


tions on Thursday, 
iderable independe 


October 28 trom 
Qam-ipm at the 
Temple Baptist 


starial service 
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v 8 Paid Holidays 


















Call Gene Wilkerson 
at 314-636-3052 





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Church. 714 
MON-FRI 8am-5pm 
. g. St. 877-QUICK2¢ McCambridge Ave- 
pr the Granite City campus. Starting salary for this r & scriner __ arrraazs28) For Apeginemant oF Coan BOE AT 
position is 1 upon Grade 6 of the FY 99 Office & Techn looking’ posi-| 2a LANDSCAPING — Dis. be’ over 
Salary Schedule and is $2' 5 per year tive people with good | MILLER ‘THE GLASS No felony con- 
? communication and 








TRANSPORTERS Victions. No experi 
GALLERY, LTD. 
Qualifications—are_as_follows:_1._A jate_d customer ervice aN. 





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required, Full 

skills to sell c' ified < 7717 Alabama Ave. Ch eld Mall part time posi 

science, business or related area requi Four years of clerical or] [advertising — fulktime Selt It Fast! St. Louis, MO 63114 hestortisia Ms tions. Evenings and 
bly in an exe 


secretarial work, prefer: 
required. 3. Work experience with perso 





y Crestwood Plaza 
itive office environ 





Tqual Opportunity 
=nt 


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night shifts a 








Jamestown Mall 




















Tec: able. Retirees wel- WA 
al computers and word] |spolling  & (24 A\ORB-F ASTI OFFICE CLERKS faich are Pan come. ' 
processing equipment with proficient with word processing and rere err COMPANY 2 Positions available. South County Ctr. Equal Opportunity 
spreadsheet packages required ecunadge on Miers EXPANSION Must be hard working 








pe iter Morate, Holiday Season S 


soft Windows & Word and 








~ SHINGLERS & mie 
Respond by November 8, 1999, by 































= Great pay and bene Sales Associates 
4:00 p.m. or postmarked that daty lis, Flexible schedule. needed for our pro- retclaliae = 
with cover letter, current resume, colle transeripts, and list of thre ‘@609 Ter glass & crystal cat. ersyent-2008 
references. Finalists for the position will be required to complete COMPUTER? gift kiosk, from Nov. 1 ow; a 
employment application form. Send application materials to 2 a tyugsena mest erson WITH DRIVER 
9 starting; Retail or BOBCAT NON 
Human Resources Office PA ae tas f ome.noyae Momt. “exp. a plus. 4 





Day. . & wknd. brs We have BIG ac 
Belleville Area College ing (401)k. Our offic ay, ave. & wknd. hrs. 






is conveniently lo 





avail. 10-30 hrs/wk, that pay BIG 
2500 Carlyle Avenue 




































oT x [= - a BIG lots 
rr MATURE $$$5S5S $8-$10/HR plus bonus ir 
cated in Belleville.| HOTEL (aise. Total Lots 
me 52224 Potential, for ad : role uia-ReMaals | ATTENTION empl discs oo MZ Tekal Lots: 
Belleville, IL 62 vancoment based on a NEEDED FOR: STUDENTS 314-965-4979 9779 ot 914575-7503 
good perférmance . e = Z “ELADORERS; ss > ey a 
5 i meets * Set your foot in the 
BAC is an EEO/AA Employer/Educator See eee ernie evitiy | copmoseai 700 Carlyle Ave. i 
ota esha Set | TECH & aeons No experiance nec- socun semvces 
Amar large: INSTALLER 40am Oct. 30 [cet Aaah Bh ay iy i 





rol community 
newspapers! 


Peopie skills re 
quired. Openings in 
St. Louis & Illinoi: 


JOIN US IN OUR TRADITION FOR CARING 


Linton Heating & AC 
king a Commercial 
Technician 


‘ONE AT A TIME 
The St. Louis Ass 
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5 a i Guaranteed interview seeking self m 
Caren eee "export i snthusiastic ind 
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital personifies a tradition in | |esling’ our Job n installer Ml BAECHANIC MY A 201.0200%1J08 wre haya sherdene fe 
healthcare excellence - 2292, ext. 367. L Fee eee ema edad ter [ie TodOB cree Mer ecder atlases 
a tradition carefully nurtured since 1875. Seana your cal ntal ing:, St. Coule-based OTA and we oHer a competi 
will be retumed 31s tor Call Gay en Anaya” [PUBLISHER Les bemet late pom 
Located 20 ates from Downtown St. Louis, Missou 2 







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School 
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eville, IL is one of the major hospitals in the greater St. Lo! 


that can be arranged to 
We are a 498 bed facility with approximately 1,700 employees. 


meet your needs, unique 
staff trainings and a 
chance to show your on | 


thusiasm while touching 
xporignce 
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TRANS-LEASE, INC: 


148 Millwell Dr. 
Maryiand Heights, MO 63043 


ate i (314) 298-8558, x7 
JANITORIAL [ MECHANIC 





INSTALLERS: 





Need A Way In?? 











St. Elizabeth's Hospital is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: 





















My $400/ek. Must have 





@ Nurse Assistants — F/T and P/T. @ Surgical Techs - F/T, Rotate shift. 

















































Louis ARC: (314)569- 
an oetar rasurns: 
2 7 PontRatT PHOTOORA- 2215, ext. 401, FAX: 
NA Cert. required Med-Surg, OB. accreaiied pura hot Saaalien a aaa A ON Biveates: tecononop: g (314) 423.2751. (31.4)569.0778, ae c 
NICU, Rehab, & Telemetry, $300 Peis! Cees teens et eS. ip aciaacs ae ss send resume to! §t. Louis 
a >nus exp. al Tech's status! Statfing, inc. I mt ARC, 1816 Lackland Hill 
aici ora Ward Clerks - F/T or P/T, 4. e868 Catea eve pecs eR iri4 Ralsursonnesded NotxD. Parkway, #2000" Sr St 
F/T rotase shunt, Wore Cherke - H/Ter ef sez | | cet es i Coun MS 48 
do nowledge G /Surg A 715 1o)e74 1600 tot MFO 
aseptic technique, hosoital Soyer (as needed) for OB ($300 sign-on Regedals 7 a= aa 
cnteipraterred. bonus for F/T & P/T) 
















Cardiac Cath Lab 
program. 2 yrs. spe 






© We’re Hiring Drivers! = 





Ray Tech - F/T, day shift, grad of accredited radiologic 
procedure pref., cath. lab. exp. preferred. 





~ MECHANIC 


Fulltime, Lt., Mod 
i i Heavy Trucks, Union 
NELP WANTED IMMEOF KIT 5 Shep w/Benefite 

ATELY! 2 Lette ze ; Experience Protarrod 









St. Elizabeth's offers competitive wages. tuition reimbursement, a pension plan, tax shel- 


tered annuity, child care services on site, fitness center discounts and a complete benefits 
package including medical/dental/life insurance. 
























For more information on current job po: 
contact our JOB HOTLINE at (800) 995-2120, 






















gs 
xt. 2890 





Send Resume to: 
Mechanic 
P.O. Box 12295 
Soulard Station 
















Maintenance person needed with 
knowledge of general machine 
shop tools. Must have experience 





Qualified candidates may apply in person or forward their resume to: 


Human Resources, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital 















































































































































St.Louis, MO 63157 
with pneumatics and hydraulics. | = = openings available. Start your seniority wit 
211 S. Third St., Belleville, IL 62222 Seer elaciical vernerience ROWING Aposition with ATLANTIC EXPRESS 3 JOB SECURITY 
Phone: (800) 995-2120 ext. 1491 Fax: (618) 234-3490 | helpful. HOLIDAY HELP i 
Equal Opportunity Employer x: Apply in person : ATLANTIC EXPRESS OFFERS: L 
An Affiliate of Hospital Sister Health System Highland Supply Corp. * Wages well above the industry standar ; 
1111 Sixth Street © Paid training . Ms 
Highland, IL 62249 Extra income for . Fe 
JOIN US IN OUR TRADITION FOR CARING EOE, ———|§ ee =P ol : 
“Uniforms + Free Life Insuran re 
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital personifies a tradition in TOLL FREE Es 
fe healthcare excellence - mol om Vey olitetolitela] fe 
a tradition carefully nurtured since 1875. 5 
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Located 20 minutes from Downtown St. Louis, Missouri, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, ATLAN' 
Located 20, minutes from Downtown 9¢ tous, Miscou St. Etsabeth's Norm: 1-877-4-SAMSCLUB abou ar bees inte cnecr er cant meeecana - 
We are a 498 bed facility with approximately 1,700 employees. s (314) 772-5151 
St. Elizabeth's Hospital is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: 5 ay? he, 200 Sidney St., St. Louis, MO 63104 
1, £ Or call our JOB HOTLINE: 
, . eng Well 
REGISTERED NURSES : A Sean ? ; 800) 336-3886 ext. 647 ‘ 
. mane ® ath Insane SO ppertaniny for Mls KI . 
& Surgery - F/T or P/T, rotate w/call @ Cardiac Cath Lab RN - F/T, rotate is ies 
‘$4,000 si; bi for F/T.w/1 : Seance 
oe cruical eapersemea roared) io- Cae ae Now Hiring For The Following Positions : 
Open Heart -F/T rotat 1, O7 oom - F/T or P/T. 7 7 7 = 
@ Open Heart F/T rotate w/eall, Open q@Emeraency Room F/T or b/t. 1 yr. | | e Part-Time Cashiers SECRETARY/WORD PROCESSOR 
fal scesone tier for F/T w/ 1 yr. exp. resus: ($1,500 sign on bonus - ¢ Part-Time Tire Mounters Bellevill 4 Coll 
re = = = elleville Area College is. now accepting 
@ ccoreva: S E/E 12 he shifts, 1 yt. gy Heart Team Coordinator = £/T. Open ¢ Full-Time Overnight Merchandiser} | applications for the alla CSR 
sign-on bonus for F/T w/experience) Hien peepee ang Cree ote Support Services “Staff | position of " 
& 5th Floor Med/Surg Ortho/Peds - @% Telemetry - P/T & F/T (8 or 12 he Peery Word Processor in the Allied 
E/T & P/T, 1 yr. Med/Surg experience DIsyate sl OGOREIE See ee nas: for ealth and Public Service Division. The 
preferred, New cree eligible. exipartencedie /iirmurees: <5 responsibiliti include service as 
s 50! sign-on bonus for F/T 9 Gth Floor Med/Surg - F/T & P/T. 1 SN : receptionist, word processing, filing and 
@ OB - F/T & P/T, minimum 1 yr. L&D Ne yeas Se isaet oateeen » 3 Lae ss rqiafet work for the faculty of the Division. ‘ 
CBecténce: (62,000 sign-on bonus bonus forE/Emurees) © SOMETHING CATCHING IS IN THE igh school diploma/GED required. 
for F/T eve or night shift) i 





Minimum of two (2) years erience 

clerical or eee Yacludine Microsoft 
fice ord and Excel). Starting salary is 

$17,100 per year with a flexible employee 


benefit program. Work location is at 
Belleville campus. 


C") Clinical Nurse Specialist - Staff Development - F/T days, MSN required, 3-5 yrs- Beverty Farm is hiring for the following positions: 

ER experience essential. ACLS Direct Care; Housekeeping/Lau: 
Dietary; QMRP 

au Seamstress; Behavior 

\ << Beverly Farm, a major Metre East ICR/MR DD Facility is 

\ \ > seeking qualified and highly motivated rehabilitation per- 


Nee 
ie sonnel for our direct eare and Support Unit. Applicant ge 
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**Illinois license required for all Registered Nurse positions. 





St. Elizabeth's. offers competitive wages, tuition reimbursements, a pension plan, 
tax sheltered annuity, childcare services on site, fitness center discounts, free 

ing, meal discounts, referral bonuses, employee appreciation events, and a 
Complete benefits package including medical/dental/life insurance “Sign-on 


bonuses are for regular status nursing positions only. Pro-rated sign on 
bonuses p 







SL must possess a strong interest in realdent care, high eneray 
: Ty level, patience and thie desire to learn. Mustalso havea _ 
\ \ clear police record and be able to pass our training pro 


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E Respond by November 5, 1999, 4:00 p.m. 
with cover letter, current resume, college 


and/or trade school transcripts, a ean 
, and lis 
three references to: o sees 





For more information on current job postings 
contact our JOB HOTLINE at (800) 995-2120, ext. 2890 = 


Qualified candidates may apply in person or forward their resume to: 


Human Resources, St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
211 S. Third St., Belleville, IL 62222 — 
Phone: (800) oo > 2520 ext. 1491 Fax: (618) 234-3490 


Opportunity Employer 
An Affiliate of Hospital Sister Health System 















gram, physical and drag test. Send resume or apply in > 
to: 


Beverly Farm Foundation 
6361 Humbert Read 
Godfrey, TL 62835 
Atta: Personnel 


Human Resources Office 
Belleville Area College 
2500 Carlyle Avenue _ 
Belleville, IL 62221 


BAC is an EEO/AA Employer/Educator 





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$30.00 per hour. Exporionce 
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> Flexible scheduling 
> 401k w/employer match 


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CARE CENTER 


900 Stearns Ave 





use in a profitable new 
carear. 
PROFESSIONAL DEBT 
COLLECTIONS 
No experience pre 
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openings. 
Call Toll Free 
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LAWN & GARDEN 
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62040 TY BEANIES! 
65.00 each. Tons of Re 

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Both 9-4. 





oving Couple prom: 














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Knowledge of over- 
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HEATING/AIR ae aioe 100° 
EARN 5500-53K carat era : Seer ee CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE AVAI ABLE ON NEW 


Weekly From Home 


With exciting oppo: 


nity in travel industry. 
Publicly traded com 
pany. High motivation 
a must! Call 1-88B- 
493-4888, ext. 1487 
for FREE MESSAGE. 





EMERGING COMPANY 
Baling = Sa ee Sz0s0.VARD SALE aR: s 
&. EEGH Lost s Founo = Son wasnc 5165 Stacie Drive 
FOUND MALE COLLIE . - 620407. E SE ee fae 
wie aen Very large expandable famil 


HOMEWORKERS NEEDED 


weekly. pe 





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HAS 3. FULL TIME 


452-0631 
MARYVILLE 












BY CLARA 
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SunBridge-University 
= Edw ie, It 62025, 





X 2 COLLISION, MARYVILLE 
Seeks Autobody Repair Technician for new 
15,000 sq. ft. facility + 17.50 per hour - flat rate 
+ 40 hrs. guaranteed » Min. 5 yr. exp. 
Also wanted painter and paint preper and detailer 
344-9922 

















OPPORTUNITIES 





MOTHERS AND OTHERS 


(304) 7360162 


EERDH cuivo cane 


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=< {Dave} Hee 


BUILDER HOMES 
EETT Plastering 


5128 Stephanie Drive 
2 Story, 1630 sq. ft. with hu 
bedrooms $105, 000 


HEATING AND AIR 


















IMPROVEMENT 

























home $105,000 


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104 Emerald Way Wes 
Dramatic flexible, open livir 
ranch with full basement 
$128,900 








EEET] auctions, 


FLEA MARKETS 


CRAFTERS WANTED — 





Sun. Nov. 7,1999! 2a? 

























; “ville, =r cal aheerresoe : . 
= = 7’ behind Dairy Haven Est 100 Emerald Way We 
no ESTIMA i Toe OFF : sees] DEO AIRCONDITIONING/ | About 2.000 sa. ft Superior 





3 car 





story full basemen 


garage, occupancy negotial 
$159,900 








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APPLIANCES 
Call for details in showing 
M.L.D.C 
Broker/Owner 
618-338-0681 or 

314-625-1198 


DRYER 
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Let us built your new custom 
home in Emerald Meadows 
Subdivision. Affordable 
quality construction with 
over 175 homes built in are: 


° VA, FHA approved builder 
° 100% Financing available to qualifi 





REF 


SPERRENG GRArT FAIR 
NOVEMBER STH, 7TH. 





HASEMENTS > 


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ANG (618) 877-2776 GARAGE SALES 









ALLOWAY ESTATE “Dec'd! 









































SUN. OCT. 31 A.M. 

5723 NEW POAG RD., EDWARDSVILLE, IL 

“106 YEAR OLD ESTATE” 
ANTIQUE CARD, ANT.. FURNITURE, ANTIQUES, 
ARCHITECTURAL ITEMS, OLD BARNS, OLD FARM 
MACHINERY, OLD SPORTS. 
SELLS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
VANBRIGGLE, ROSEVILLE, AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS ITEMS, 
OLD REMINGTON PRINT “ATTACK ON 
EASTLAKE FURNITURE, BEAUTIFUL 
S FROM OLD CHURCH, WESTERN 


Drop by our office and tour our models 
Open daily or by appointment. 


Office off of Route 162 at entrance at 
Emerald Meadows. Opposite the Waterfal 
Fall Model Home Sale Underway! 
Come See Why Emerald Meadows is 
MILITARY ACAD! IMS, OLD BOOKS, ROUGH GUNS. t - §0% S 5 
NT ARNE arched, LTS: OF OUR Already 60% Sold Out In The First Phase 


Teta pase ay came M.L.D.C., Broker/Owner 


(ALL ROUGH), HOUSE TO BE PIECED OUT 


Seca eea 618-338-0681 or 314-625-115 


COMBINE, DISC, PLANTER, WAGON BLADE, BUCK SAW 





TAYSTAR ROOFING _530- 
2070. FREE ESTIMATES! 
AFFORDABLE! 5 STAR 
Quatity. 


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HOUSEHOLD 10:00AM 
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1705 JEROME LANE, CAHOKIA 
REAL ESTATE: to be sold ct 12:00 noon is o 
comfortoble 3 BR brick ranch w/DR, LR w/HW floors, 
Eatin kitchen w/breakfast nook & both. Extras include 
o full bosement & additional 22°X35" garage. 
TERMS: 10% down balance due in 30 days. 
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A SPOOKTACULAR DEAL! - Reduced $7,000 - edge | 

L : of town - cute burigalow, Ig. backyard w/playhouse, 1c. }# 

Nevatucas DlanaNaney gar., $40's C21 32 

Aetatin 7820878 GIVE HER A REAL TREAT! - Newer home on the lake. 

Nice master BR suite, open floor plan, 2 baths, 3 BRs, 2 

¢. gar. $70's. C2189 

MONSTROUS DEAL! - Comm. Bldg. w/upstairs living 

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#17499 WANTING TO BUILD? But don’t know| 
where? Extra large lot in prestigious area over-| 
Ioking countrysibe. Ask for Wit 

#18367 - GREEN ACRES!! Older farm house on 
$ acres, come home to the green, green pas- 
jures! Additional 5 acres available! Ask for Wil. 
#1855) - ACREAGE- 130 acres, 2 acre pond, 


12 BONT OVERLOOK THIS 4 beautiful country setting on private road, home| 


houses on a nice corner lot eS Yk | and outbuildings. Property is partially wooded 
Front house, 3BR’s, full bedroom home features ox- ond has several natural springs. Ask for Wil. 


basement, newer furnace. Back large rooms throughout. You #18560 - COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!! Several 


eat-in kitchen, 2 BR's plus hug 

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#18742 - CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE! This 1992 
14x70 mobile home is ready to move in. Nice 
landscaping with covered deck and patio. 
Gpen figor pion with vaulted ceilings and fre: 

lace. Good location, only 8 miles to SAFB. Ask! 
lor Jennifer. i 


#18769 - 10 ACRES. You can search for arrow-| 
heads, deer, rabbits in the woods of this parcel 
and camp here while you: build your new 
home. Excellent price. Ask for Marge or Ken. 





side, covered porch, entry foyer, formal DR, stained 
lass windows, walk-up attic, full bsmt. & 1 ¢. gar 
educed $50's price. C2171. 

Ig. lot in Maryville 
area on property. 


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—— ie Beli j SEES te telpcar enna Reduced Price of $39,900. & | home with full basement to grow into. This won- 
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owning your own home. Priced in the $20's - cute 2 BR 
home = remodeled, new roof, freshly painted inside & 
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NO TRICK HERE! - Reduced $20's price buys this cute. < — e 7 ; 
Tamia” 2 BR clean house w/hdwd. floors, fenced yard, nice op RISE = SIRSLE-SALL - Ths ment. This duplex offers ex- E pNs Don’t wait, call and ask for Wil. 
bemt: All appliances stay.C2181 ome is quit comfortable large rooms, 2 BR's, full = is #18813 - BEAUTIFUL SETTING on 2.75 wooded 
: : : the neighborhood bosement in each unit, 4 cor needed for a down payment.ye | acres... currently used as church. This unique 
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‘ar that could easily be transformed into a master BR or Yrbasement snd g too. pay own utilfies. 2 blocks from newer furnace </a ond a fullyir | floor, with choir balcony, and full basement. 
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vaulted ceilings, 1st floor laundry, oak cabinets & 
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love to put your home “On The Air". FAMILY! 2 BR, full basement w/2 partially fenced yard - $30’s. GR129 nice 4 room home hds updated wiring, 

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up to your home, tune in the car radio ‘eplace in lower level family room, eat-i e e 

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fiat home from the convenience of  chdener hen renting, CRIO1B. We eaeEe concrete potio in fenced backyard. GRI04 = \VESTMENT large tamily, large pantry in kitchen, full basement, 

their car. 24 hours a day, 7 days a z PRICE REDUCED - Nice 3 BR brick, 2 baths, § PROPERTIES 2 car attached garage plus large storage shed with 

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are ready to sell your home fast, let windows, bath remodeled w/new decorating ideas to this 3 BR home - large ¢ 7 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL. AVAILA! 
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Hewitt said the engineerir 
and design work for tl 
buildir compl 
the project has fallen 
behind 

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was for completion near t 
end of March. At this poi 
we are about five or 
weeks behind. We re 
looking at about 12,000 
square feet. We've been 


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Staff writer 











Two support organizations 
for Southern Llinois 
University Edwardsville say 
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The SIUE Foundation 
and SIUE Alumni 


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. | Se SUS y 1 of Trees | The building that will or-facade materials," He 
4 Lawn Foods @ a S, house The Foundation, a said 
Shrubs and fund-raising support organi- Hewitt said the plans 






the interior could be 
improved upon soon. The 
foundation is hoping to 
announce gifts that woul 
t to enhance the ir 
ures of the new 


zation for Southern Illinois 
University Edwardsville, 
and thes FE Alumni 
Assoc ion will be named B. 
E rd Birger Hall, in allo 
honor of an alumnus who rior f 
donated land at the north building 
end of campus for the proj- The building will be us 
ect as a visitor’s center and 
"The design and engineer- alumni center. The unive 
ing work is complete. We ty has more than 69,000 
rently in the process alumni, 30,000 who live w 
5 4 in a 50-mile radius, Hewi 
said. The project will cos 
little more than $2 millior 
part of which will be fund 
from donations from the 
three anonymous donors 
Original plans called for 
only 60 percent of the sec 
floor to be finished imme 
. ately to cut back on cost 
The rest will be complete 
use the building as a visi- when more funding is avi 
tor's center and an alumni able. 
center. The project will cost "We excited and oby 
slightly more than $2 mil- ously anxious to get starte 
lion, part of which will be Hewitt said. "We'll be ev« 
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tive officer of the SIUE. 
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three donors whose names 
have not yet been released 
The plans for the building 
call for only 60 percent of 
the second floor to be fin- 
ished in order to cut the 
cost. The rest will be fin- 
ished as money becomes 
available. 

Because the SIUE 
Foundation is a nonprofit 


organization, its officials had 


to ask the city of 
Edwardsville to act as a 
"conduit issuer” for the 
bonds. The release of the 
bonds followed passage of 
the ordinance allowing the 


ing begins to go up. We 
thank the city enough for 
facilitating the bond issuc 
That is obviously somett 
they didn't have to do." 

Birger is a Foundatior 
Board member and a forn 
member of SIUE's Boart 
Trustees 

Groundbreaking is ext 
ed to take place in the n 
couple of weeks. After th 
construction crews will b 
trying to make up for los 
time. 

"It all depends on the 
ter,” he said. "If we have 
mild winter, hopefully, we 




















will be able to make up the 


issue by only three days. 
time." 


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