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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Cousins of Anarchism Lantern Library: Ainley is hopeful that members of the student body will take part in the plan- ning. Ainley believes that student involvement in the planning will create the "sense of be- longing and ownership" es- sential to a student union. The push for a student union can be traced back as far as a recommenda- tion by the North-Central Accrediting Agency, a com- munity college regulating body.

Ainley said, "When the new business building is completed, it is a given that some of the space vacated in C-building will be dedicated to a student union. Ainley urges students to fill out the questionairro located on page six of this Issue.

The questionalrre should be taken to her office In J Jolley's presentation centered around the idea that not money, but "the ability to dream" is the real means of success. The way to achieve suc- cess is through eliminating what Jolley termed the "DreamBusters" and concen- trating on the "DreamBuilders.

Edison was told that he couldn't produce electricity. Determination saw it hap- pen on try 10,! Fear is the misuse of the imagination, " he explained. Jolley emphasized the importance of how others perceive you. When meet- ing someone, he suggested a "Strong squeeze, look straight in the eyes, say your name loud and clear, and be memorable. You have got to plant it and nourish it. King did with his own personal dream Jolley is the president of Inspirtainment Plus, a moti- vational and inspirational services firm, and the host of a daily radio program Cassettes on his speech and other Willie Jolley releases can be obtained from Inspi rtainment PI us, PO Box , Washington DC or at It is not a calamity to die with dreams unfilled, but it is a calamity not to dream It is not a disaster to be un- able to capture your ideals, but it is a disaster to have no ideals to capture!

It is not a disgrace not to reach the stars, but it is a disgrace to have no stars to reach " - Dr. What fol lows are several of the more startling results of that survey Card play- ing is the biggest activity going on the bridge to pass time. Eu- chre, a four man card game using twenty-four cards, nines through aces. Actually, card playing was disallowed a few years ago due to gam- bling.

It really got out of hand. JJC's Euckre playing tradition is re- vived on the bridge. Eric Biabolok studies his hand. JJC student Brian Fonseca. This year, JJC is allow- ing card playing as long as no gambling is involved. One week into the fall se- mester, Biabolok, Fonseca, and others were sitting on the bridge. All the security guards can do is tell us to stop playing," said Biabolok. If we do not gamble and just play for the fun of it, no one gets in trouble," said Baronoski.

As long as that continues, cards are here to stay! From the Clarence Thomas case, to Hooters waitresses filing reports against their bosses, it seems even strip- pers have filed complaints. So, for my first ever "Student at Large" survey, I decided to poll JJC students concerning their opinions on harassment.

The surveys were taken on the January 13 and 14 by the students of JJC. It is com- prised of students, men and women several were removed for people who either didn't know their sex, or couldn't read the form. Do you Itrl iIiai you h. Staff writers draw material from both: Sub- missions can be made at the Blazer office, G To become a member of the staff that receives regul; assignments, call the Blazer office at — ext. Interested parties should contact the Transfer Center, J Eight-ball Floating League now forming for students, faculty, and staff.

Prizes will be awarded. If interested, call Pam Ethridge at Ext. The Transfer Center is look- ing for student volunteers. Interested parties should stop by the Transfer Center. One-to-one counsel- ing also available. Drop by J- for tutorial assistance. Information may be obtained in the Fi- nancial Aid Office. Stop in and look through our Job Listing in H Interested students should stop by Transfer Center, J- Evening Auditions will be announced at a later date. All sizes, all ages - chil- dren 5 and up are needed for the April 29 performance.

Students must haveatleastoneyearof trans- ferable credit, maintain a cumulative 3. Student must be ad- mitted, degree-seeking, a full-time student and inter- view with the Transfer Co- ordinator. Tables will be located on the Bridge and Concourse. If you did not attend Oricnta- tion, be sure to pick up an Orientation folder during Mainstreet this week!

Mainstreet Tip U 1: Visit as many tables as you are physi- cally able to. Stop by the Student Services Tables and find out what options are out there for all students or to ask any questions of the different departments, Mainstreet Tip 3: If you don'tseeaclubthotexpresses an interest of your own, start a new club!

Business Department Chairman John Cormdetti to retire By Sandy Stugis Staff Writer John Corradetti, Chair- man of the Business Depart- ment for the past 30 years, claims that he has taught on the junior college level longer than anyone walking the planet! Corradetti began teach- ing at the college in , when the college and Joliet Township High School to- gether made up District Though the school has pro- gressed since those humble beginnings, he misses the days when JJC and the high school were one unit.

He believes that "as one entity, the school and staff were more cohesive. As the first department chairman, Corradetti was able to de- velop one of the first Associ- ate Degree programs and one of the first office careers intership programs. Corradetti is disap- pointed about the decline in business enrollment.

Hope- fully, the CPA night in Feb- ruary and the accounting contests we've sponsored in the local high schools will help enrollment. Corradetti'slove for school is what encour- aged him to be a teacher.

Currently, Corradetti is working to help the business department obtain accredi- tation from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. Though Corradetti won't be around when theaccredation should be granted in , he wishes the incoming busi- ness department chairman, Anthony Uremovic, and the rest of the department the "best of luck.

On January 10, , members of the faculty held a small program in honor of the re- tiring instructor. It was vey moving. You can transfer up to 70 credit hours with minimal red tape, beginning with a free transfer credit evaluation.

So find out more about the college that has more for you: Senu-Oke believes one teacher can make a dif- ference. Senu-Oke is a native Af- rican from a large family in Nigeria. His father was a member of Nigeria's first post-colonial parliament a legislative body similar to the U. She works as an education administrative specialist for exceptional pupils. Although Senu-Oke has been in America for more than 20 years, he still speaks with an accent because he spent his early childhood in a British colony.

He said that he is very familiar with American customs and en- joys living here. However, he keeps in contact with rela- tives in Africa every week- end by phone. Senu-Oke originally be- came interested in law en- forcement to help children before they get into trouble. He turned to teaching for much the same reason. Senu-Oke has been teaching for eight years, five of which were at Eastern Wyoming University. Cur- rently in his third year here at JJC, he commented that the students are relatively the same at the two schools.

The setting, however, is a differ- ent story. Anne Mrozek, a sophomore at JJC, said, "He has the abil- ity and desire to turn stu- dents into educated and re- sponsible citizens with an ap- preciation for government.

Although Senu-Oke has never received awards for his work with people, he said that, "My greatest personal achievement would be that of being a good human be- ing.

Balderas is currently enrolled as a part-time stu- denthere at Joliet JuniorCol- lege. Balderas has been a dedicated and conscientious student.

He plans to transfer to a 4-year collegee as soon as he completes his degree at JJC. Balderas also played a significant role in the Charles Kennedy Scholarship Fundraiser which enabled the scholarship to become "endowed". The staff at Project Advance salutes and congratulates you on a won- derful achievement. At each meeting we try to have some sort of speaker or demonstration re- la ted to Native American cul- ture. Club President Christian Bernal would like to encour- age students to get involved.

That varied history should be kept alive. JJC's nursing program is rigorous. These include biology, micro-biol- ogy, chemistry, two anatomy and physiology courses, three psychology courses, along with sociology, En- glish, speech and nutrition.

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Jolley's presentation centered around the idea that not money, but "the ability to dream" is the real means of success. The way to achieve suc- cess is through eliminating what Jolley termed the "DreamBusters" and concen- trating on the "DreamBuilders. Edison was told that he couldn't produce electricity.

Determination saw it hap- pen on try 10,! Fear is the misuse of the imagination, " he explained. Jolley emphasized the importance of how others perceive you. When meet- ing someone, he suggested a "Strong squeeze, look straight in the eyes, say your name loud and clear, and be memorable.

You have got to plant it and nourish it. King did with his own personal dream Jolley is the president of Inspirtainment Plus, a moti- vational and inspirational services firm, and the host of a daily radio program Cassettes on his speech and other Willie Jolley releases can be obtained from Inspi rtainment PI us, PO Box , Washington DC or at It is not a calamity to die with dreams unfilled, but it is a calamity not to dream It is not a disaster to be un- able to capture your ideals, but it is a disaster to have no ideals to capture!

It is not a disgrace not to reach the stars, but it is a disgrace to have no stars to reach " - Dr. What fol lows are several of the more startling results of that survey Card play- ing is the biggest activity going on the bridge to pass time.

Eu- chre, a four man card game using twenty-four cards, nines through aces. Actually, card playing was disallowed a few years ago due to gam- bling. It really got out of hand. JJC's Euckre playing tradition is re- vived on the bridge. Eric Biabolok studies his hand. JJC student Brian Fonseca. This year, JJC is allow- ing card playing as long as no gambling is involved. One week into the fall se- mester, Biabolok, Fonseca, and others were sitting on the bridge.

All the security guards can do is tell us to stop playing," said Biabolok. If we do not gamble and just play for the fun of it, no one gets in trouble," said Baronoski. As long as that continues, cards are here to stay! From the Clarence Thomas case, to Hooters waitresses filing reports against their bosses, it seems even strip- pers have filed complaints.

So, for my first ever "Student at Large" survey, I decided to poll JJC students concerning their opinions on harassment. The surveys were taken on the January 13 and 14 by the students of JJC.

It is com- prised of students, men and women several were removed for people who either didn't know their sex, or couldn't read the form.

Do you Itrl iIiai you h. Staff writers draw material from both: Sub- missions can be made at the Blazer office, G To become a member of the staff that receives regul; assignments, call the Blazer office at — ext. Interested parties should contact the Transfer Center, J Eight-ball Floating League now forming for students, faculty, and staff. Prizes will be awarded.

If interested, call Pam Ethridge at Ext. The Transfer Center is look- ing for student volunteers. Interested parties should stop by the Transfer Center.

One-to-one counsel- ing also available. Drop by J- for tutorial assistance. Information may be obtained in the Fi- nancial Aid Office. Stop in and look through our Job Listing in H Interested students should stop by Transfer Center, J- Evening Auditions will be announced at a later date.

All sizes, all ages - chil- dren 5 and up are needed for the April 29 performance. Students must haveatleastoneyearof trans- ferable credit, maintain a cumulative 3. Student must be ad- mitted, degree-seeking, a full-time student and inter- view with the Transfer Co- ordinator. Tables will be located on the Bridge and Concourse. If you did not attend Oricnta- tion, be sure to pick up an Orientation folder during Mainstreet this week! Mainstreet Tip U 1: Visit as many tables as you are physi- cally able to.

Stop by the Student Services Tables and find out what options are out there for all students or to ask any questions of the different departments, Mainstreet Tip 3: If you don'tseeaclubthotexpresses an interest of your own, start a new club!

Business Department Chairman John Cormdetti to retire By Sandy Stugis Staff Writer John Corradetti, Chair- man of the Business Depart- ment for the past 30 years, claims that he has taught on the junior college level longer than anyone walking the planet! Corradetti began teach- ing at the college in , when the college and Joliet Township High School to- gether made up District Though the school has pro- gressed since those humble beginnings, he misses the days when JJC and the high school were one unit.

He believes that "as one entity, the school and staff were more cohesive. As the first department chairman, Corradetti was able to de- velop one of the first Associ- ate Degree programs and one of the first office careers intership programs. Corradetti is disap- pointed about the decline in business enrollment. Hope- fully, the CPA night in Feb- ruary and the accounting contests we've sponsored in the local high schools will help enrollment. Corradetti'slove for school is what encour- aged him to be a teacher.

Currently, Corradetti is working to help the business department obtain accredi- tation from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. Though Corradetti won't be around when theaccredation should be granted in , he wishes the incoming busi- ness department chairman, Anthony Uremovic, and the rest of the department the "best of luck.

On January 10, , members of the faculty held a small program in honor of the re- tiring instructor. It was vey moving. You can transfer up to 70 credit hours with minimal red tape, beginning with a free transfer credit evaluation.

So find out more about the college that has more for you: Senu-Oke believes one teacher can make a dif- ference. Senu-Oke is a native Af- rican from a large family in Nigeria. His father was a member of Nigeria's first post-colonial parliament a legislative body similar to the U. She works as an education administrative specialist for exceptional pupils.

Although Senu-Oke has been in America for more than 20 years, he still speaks with an accent because he spent his early childhood in a British colony. He said that he is very familiar with American customs and en- joys living here. However, he keeps in contact with rela- tives in Africa every week- end by phone. Senu-Oke originally be- came interested in law en- forcement to help children before they get into trouble.

He turned to teaching for much the same reason. Senu-Oke has been teaching for eight years, five of which were at Eastern Wyoming University. Cur- rently in his third year here at JJC, he commented that the students are relatively the same at the two schools. The setting, however, is a differ- ent story. Anne Mrozek, a sophomore at JJC, said, "He has the abil- ity and desire to turn stu- dents into educated and re- sponsible citizens with an ap- preciation for government.

Although Senu-Oke has never received awards for his work with people, he said that, "My greatest personal achievement would be that of being a good human be- ing. Balderas is currently enrolled as a part-time stu- denthere at Joliet JuniorCol- lege. Balderas has been a dedicated and conscientious student. He plans to transfer to a 4-year collegee as soon as he completes his degree at JJC. Balderas also played a significant role in the Charles Kennedy Scholarship Fundraiser which enabled the scholarship to become "endowed".

The staff at Project Advance salutes and congratulates you on a won- derful achievement. At each meeting we try to have some sort of speaker or demonstration re- la ted to Native American cul- ture. Club President Christian Bernal would like to encour- age students to get involved. That varied history should be kept alive. JJC's nursing program is rigorous.

These include biology, micro-biol- ogy, chemistry, two anatomy and physiology courses, three psychology courses, along with sociology, En- glish, speech and nutrition.

Math test given in Nurs- ing must be passed with a score of 90 or better, al- though students may retake the tests if they do not achieve that score the first time.

For students who have math anxiety, we strongly recommend the Math course that is specifically designed for nursing stu- dents. We offer it several times each semester, includ- ing the summer sessions, and the classes are almost always full.

There is a lot of material to cover, and you simply can't fall behind. There just isn't time to make the work up.

We recommend that stu- dents work as little as pos- sible. Unfortunately when conflicts arise, it's usually the schoolwork that suffers. We accept 60 students each se- mester, and sadly, on aver- age one quarter of those do not make it.

I'm now down to 25 hours a week. There's just so much work that must be done outside the classroom. But I think it's all worth it. I've never been happier than on the days that I come home from clinicals.

It's a good feeling to know you really helped someone in need. They always try to make themselves available when you need help. You're going to have to earn whatever grades you get; no one is going to give you anything, but the faculty really try their best to be fair. They want to make you the best nurse you can be. We expect them to come see us if they need help, but we will seek them out if we see they're having trouble. We really want them to succeed, and we'll do ev- erything we can to see that they do.

I've even had teach- ers offer to help me on things not related to school.: Nash said, "We try to teach as a team here. I think it pays off. We always do better than the state average on students passing the state boards on their first attempt.

And our students are readily accepted pretty much wher- ever they choose to go. For example, we now offer P. At the end of each rotation we ask for students' sugges- tions on how we can im- prove. We also ask graduat- ing students to fill out a fairly lengthy questionnaire on how they rate our program, which we have found most helpful," said Nash. He forced the anti-homosexual armed forces to acknowledge the error In their ways, and created a universal health care plan suitable for every- And the people were pleased.

IN only one year, "Bubba" Bill Clinton has displayed a level of political ineptitude and humor not seen since the days of the Carter era of American poli- tics. Let us look at a few of the highlights. It was my expectation that the class woulld be offered for one year, at the end of which I would decide either to take a different language or continue in the same. On Thursday night, the weekend before class began, I got a call saying that my German class was conceled due to lack of en- rollment, Apparently, enough students had origi- nally signed up in order to carry the class, but somone had dropped out of it last minute.

I played phone tag on the next day, trying first to find my counselor and fi- nally any counselor, who coulld tell me if another lan- guage was available. Any- one who has called anywhere late on a Friday can relate to what happened. Unfortunately, he was sick Carville, Clinton accidentally continues to campaign in small southern towns long after he has been elected. The blame is conveniently laid upon the Republican party, which alledgedly sen t Clinton a note saying he was trailing in the latest polls.

November, It is re- vealed that the economy ac- tually is improving, just like George Bush said. On the down side, it is revealed that Roger Clinton is actually a Billy Carter clone, sent out from a Nevada test lab. December, Bill Clinton, infuriated thathe was tricked into riding a bus and eating at McDonald's for an additional three weeks after the election, takes revenge on the American people by re- leasing footage of himself in jogging shorts.

January, The Inau- guration almost upon him, Bill Clinton realizes that he still has money in his campaign fund and decides to blow it on a gala party. The American people, who paid for it, are not invited. January, Bill Clinton invites Maya Angelou to be the offical poet of the inauguration. However, per- turbed that she is more hon- est about what she did and didn't do in the 60's, forces her to wait until after his that day.

I talked to the Ger- man teacher abouut setting up an independant studies program. He said that oth- ers from the class had asked the same, but that he was not willing to do so at our level. Finally, on the second day of school, I was able to talk to my counselor and joined another language class. By not offering both halves of what is truly a year long class, the school wasted my time and money.

From a credit standpoint, one semes- ter of German is useless. Also, what if there are enough students next spring to take the second half of German?

What do I do then? Return to a subject I havn't studied for a year? I understand that the school administration must make difficult decisions about what classes will be carried. Obviously, it does not profit the school to carry a class with only a few stu- dents. While I understand these limitations and know that they are valid, I am still disappointed in the school speech to speak.

February, Bill Clinton finds that his first nominee for Attorney Gen- eral, Zoe Baird, never paid taxes on the immigrant chil- dren she hired to keep her housekeeper occupied. February, Clinton finishes his Inaugural speech. After Maya Angelou is roused from a deep coma, she deliv- ers a moving, profound, and eloquent poem to which Clinton answers "Huh?! Hillary slaps Billy silly.

April 1, Americans wake up and find that Bill Clinton is not really president and the last five months were just a really elaborate joke. April, In a brilliant display of strategy, Clinton decides the best way to get his gays in the military proposal passed is to use reverse psy- chology.

After stating that he doesn't really want the bill to for backing out of their re- sponsibility to offer quality classes. By offering the first semester of German, the school committed itself to offering a full year of the class. Had I known that they would back out of that com- mitment, I would have spent my time in a class that I could continue in. I encourge the admin- istration to make a final deci- sion. If they are unwilling to hold a class for a full year, drop the program entirely Sarah Schultz JJC Student Flaming faculty flare up Blazer, I thought you would like to know that not all of your faculty are "flaming liberals," and that I enjoyed your re- I thought Rush would like it too, so I sent him a copy of the issue in today's mail.

He said on the radio today 20 that he is leaving for a couple of weeks' vacation on Friday, so there will prob- ably be no response until the new year, but we can watch pass. Congress eagerly votes to ban homosexuals from ev- ery occupation on earth. Hillary slaps Bill again. June, Clinton de- cides that he really needs more than four cabinet positions filled, and decides to nomi- nateindividualsregardlessof sex, age, or sanity.

September, In an extremely entertaining perfor- mance, the comedy team of "Bubba 'n Al" announce that they intend to create a new government bureaucracy in order to cut the bureaucracy in Washington. This is almost on a par with their earlier an- nouncement that they were cutting , military jobs to slash unemployment.

October, Clinton further infuriates Stephanopolis by declaring that George will be grounded over Halloween. Also, in keeping with the "I didn't in- hale. November, To cel- ebrate the anniversary of Clinton's election, McDonald's begins test mar- keting "Bubba's Buffet," a smorgasborg of every form of cholesterol known to man, featuring eggs, bacon, ham, and see.

Best wishes for a Happy New Year. Marjorie Bull Technical Department Well, someone likes us The initial two issues of the Blazer, at least in my humble opinion, were ex- tremely positive and infor- mative, besides being fun to read.

The articles were tre- mendously diverse. The burgers, and intravenous in- jections of lard. December, To cel- ebrate thepassageof N AIT A, and to speed its progress, Clinton announces his inten- tions to lower the minimum wageto35centsaday.

Hillary, Al, Chelsea, and Tipper beat the livin' cmd out of him. January 1, Happy New Year! Only three more years till we have a Republi- can in the White House again! January, The Sur- geon General announces that she intends to make marijuana available to patients with painful, permanent illness AIDS, leukemia, cancer for medicinal purposes. Cinton counters this proposal as "dis- criminatory" and proposes "Bubba's Blunt Club," which would allow anyone use of marijuana as long as they promised not to inhale.

He flees to Russia, where he is being sought for questioning. That's all for this year! We can only hope for more excitement from Bubba in the months ahead. Again, the first two issues of the Blazer in is a step in the proper direction. The diligent work and positive contribution is apparent in both issues.

A viable newspaper on any college campus is some- thing very positive for ev- eryone involved — for the fac- ulty, students and workers at a college, be it a two-year or four-year institution of higher learning.

Keep up the good work! Joelyn Ainley, Vice-President for Student Affairs, would like students' input on the planning for the newl student union. Ainley concerning the types of activity areas and recreational equipment students!

Please take the time to fill out this questionairre. Brand new Springair twin mattress set. Still in plas- tic. A local graduate research team is seeking black adult adoptees who were raised in white homes to participate in a short term transracial adoption study- lfinterested, please contact Christine Woods or Julie Bultema Daytona, Panama, Padre, Cancun, etc. Kelly is originally from Detroit, and he grew up around the Motown music scene from which is what he draws most of his inspira- tion.

When his childhood friends listened to the Roll- ing Stones, he listened to the Temptations and other fa- mous Motown acts. Due to his parental bad- gering, Kelley started play- ing the piano when he was in the third grade, and since then he has learned to play a variety of instruments. Kelley sets a goal every time he performs.

During his JJC performance his goal was to get the table of jocks in- volved in the show. Kelly resides in' St. Kelley drives to all of his plus performances each year. The most fun Kelley has performing is at the an- nual festival of baloons, where he performs for crowds up to 10, people every year. Kelly originally attended a junior college, and he re- ceived his degree in Music Education from the Univer- sity of Michigan.

Students at the JJC per- formance agreed that the more people got involved, the better the show got, but students were slow to get involved. Currently he concen- trates most of his time on his original songwriting career and has a song in a Showtime special to be aired next month.

Director Jonathan Demme The Silence of the Lambs proves once again that he knows how to put people in sea ts wi th his cu tting-edge style of film making. Phila- delphia is the first mainstream film that attempts to deal with the AIDS virus in a ra- tional manner. Tom Hanks plays An- drew Beckett, an attorney in a prestigious Philly law firm who is fired when his homo- sexuality is unveiled.

Beckett slaps his former firm with a suit of discrimination. Denzel Washington plays Joe Miller, a homophobic personal-injury attorney. Miller is the tenth attorney Beckett consults with and initially rejects Beckett's case. Miller has a change of heart and realizes that Beckett is an individual with rights that should be protected. Exiting out of the courthouse. Miller empha- sizes his change of heart and states to the press, "It says that all men are created equal, not all straight men are cre- ated equal!

In an Oscar-worthy performance. Hanks lost approximately 30 pounds in orderr to portray the dying homosexual. In Washington's scenes, how- ever, there seemed to be a lack of his usual power and exhilaration.

Instead of be- ing a movie concen tra ting on homosexuals with AIDS, it turns into an ordinary court- room drama. Demme deserves an "A" for bringing this much needed issue to the screen. Hanks receives an "A" for his tasteful performance of a gay man trapped with pres- sures and discrimination of the world around him.

If nothing else, "Phila- delphia" pressures the audi- ence toward a new perspec- tive. Essentially, the film coveys this simple message: We need to open our minds and view what is actually happening in society. Gays are individuals that have the sa me righ ts and freedoms we do. Noonesaidweare forced to accept them, but if every- one could at least tolerate all races and walks of life, then that is a step in the right di- rection. Desire Walks On, the Seattle natives of the classic rock-band Heart attempt to reinvent themselves for the 90's.

Before going into the studio to record the album, Wilson said, "We started going out with acoustic guitars at local clubs, jamming with guys from Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. Instead, the Wil- son sisters seem to have re- gressed back to their Dreamboat Annieperiod. The screaming chorus of "Black on Black II," a song that bal- ances the temptation of sin versus salvation, is a deparate try to remake their hit "Barracuda.

Heart is at its musical best when it focuses on the genre of music it helped de- fine, the power ballad. Unfortunately, there are just too few moments where the strengths of the band members are evident. So, if you encounter Desire Walks On in your local music store, here is a trite but heartfelt suggestion — keep on walk- ing.

For someone with a few minutes between classes, the art gallery pro- vides an easy access to a new experience. The art gallery, which is located on the sec- ond floor of -building, pro- vides bi-weekly displays of work from new artists. Mon- day thru Friday from 9a. Judith developed her skills at Illi- nois State University. From there, she went on to attend the College of Design at the University of Cincinnati, and completed her education at theCincinnati Art Acadamy.

In Judith placed 3rd in a juried competition for the Pillars Society, and she was honored as the featured art- ist for the Peoria Art Guild.

As begins, her work is featured at J. Her exhibit, titled "Manifestalions-Alluslons," explores the "nature of the relationship between the landscape as a visual experi- eqce and how she expresses it in drawing. Of the eleven drawings on display, over hall have an aquatic theme. She incorpo- rates blue, green, and tur- quoise to suggest many dif- ferent emotions.

All have different moods bul use thesamecolor scheme. The remaining drawings rise from the sea and take you all the way to the moon. For regu- lar gallery visitors, Judith Weiss' drawings will sur- prise someand enlighten oth- ers.

If you're a first-time art viewer, Judith will open your eyes to a whole new world. Now Michael Crichton, Harvard Medical school graduate and accomplished writer, has tackled a very "90's" topic Disclosure takes the si tu- ations generally associated with sexual harassment and turns them upside down. Rather than reviving the well-worn images of chau vanistic male bosses and innocent young secretaries, the harasser in this novel is a woman.

The story begins when Tom Sanders, who has been anticipating a well-deserved promotion in an electronics company, is passed over for a seemingly less-qualified woman.

Meredith Johnson, who happens to be Tom's former lover, uses her power as an executive against Tom. The conflict between the two escalates quickly and culmi- nates with Tom charging Meredith with sexual harass- ment. Crichton's knowledgeof the electronics ind ustry, and his talent for weaving fact into his fiction, leaves the reader with no choice but to keep turning the page Crichton twists the plot skill- fully, building a tension that forces the reader to rethink his views on harassment in the work place.

Before Disclosure was released, Crichton had al- ready sold the movie rights. But don't wait for Hollywood's watered-down version; this is definitely one to read. This time he is not lacing up hi-tops but a pair of Nike cleats. If I were Jerry Reinsdorf, who owns both the Sox and Bulls, 1 certainly would not have the guts to tell the great- est basketball player ever "you don't have a chance. If he did it with the Bulls, why not the Sox. Can you say revenue? People will come from all over the world to see this guy attemptt to play baseball.

Another point is that the White Sox won their divi- sion last year and probably will this year due to the re- alignment of divisions. The Chi-Sox need a right fielder, not a slam dunk champion! With Jordan's baseball pur- suit taken seriously, the real baseball players on the the Sox like Jack McDowell and Frank Thomas won't be rec- ognized as such.

Another problem MJ's appearance presents is that Sox third baseman Robin Ventura wears the coveted number Does MJ's basketball prowess give him the right to take Ventura's number? If I were Robin , I'd tell Mike to go shoot a trey and let me play the hot corner with number 23 on my back.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't MJ say he needed some time off? What does he think he will get from play- ing baseball? That really sounds like time off to me. But people, how can we take him seriously. He's not good enough to play in the pros right away, let alone at all. Can you say minor leagues? Does he think it is going to be easy to pick up a piece of lumber and make contact witha 1 02 mph offering from Randy Johnson?

Face it Mike, you are the greatest basketball player of all time, so why bring your- self down to lower than me- diocrity as a baseball player. Kuder intends to major in physical therapy be- cause she has "always en- joyed helping people. Winter break proved to be a crucial time for this team as the Lady Wolves went and defeated the 3 team in the nation, McHenry College, by a count of The Wolves also had a four-game win streak during break that saw key players blossom out from the shadows of All- American Tracy Kuder.

Tracy Kuder continues to lead the Wolves to success as she averages 23 points, Head coach John Rossetti attributes much of the success to the "step- ping-up" of post players Amy Graber and Elaine Bagley.

Bagley, a freshman from Joliet West, averages 6 points and 12 rebounds a game while Graber, a fresh- man from Plainfield, aver- ages nearly 6 points and "shows phenomenal deter- mination and leadership for the team," states Rossetti. Tina Fannin averages Shireese Lincoln continues to lead the team with her ball- control and Tracy Wilson averages 9. John Rossetti began the year by recruiting 26 players in the fall.

There were no cuts, and the 10 players left are beginning to play as a team. Games are at 5: Head coach Pat Klingler is pleased with his teams overall performance. Other than go at home and still be becomes a different pace to Krahulik, only Kelly Lynch unable to pack the gym with play at," said Klingler.

Klingler responded without "I think we a Klingler says that his re- hesitation stating, "We have where we are right now. After all, we have a Re- performances.

Bobby added that the Wolves , gion Four Title to defend," Krahulik,, who has commit- had an outstanding se- ted to play ball at Toledo, mester in the classroom, with has shown great strides. Ivan six guys in the 3. Colbert, who is leaning to- range. The Wolves upcoming games include: Now Forming 8-Ball Billiards League at: Gift Certificates Any Questions?

Call Pam at Ext. By David Weese Staff Writer The JJC administration is pleased to announce that it be- gan accepting bids for the con- struction of the new business and technology center Febru- ary 2.

Ground breaking is ex- pected to take place the first or second week in March. Paul Brinkman, Vice Presi- dent for Business and Financial Affairs, states that the entire technical department except the automotive and construction maintenance departments will be relocating to the new build- ing.

This will free up existing Toward he Future space to expand the various sci- ence departments. Nothing is set, but plans are in the works to build at least 2 new science labs alongwithastudentcenter.

Tills should help significantly in re- lieving the registration problems students face when trying to enrol 1 in va rious science courses. No definite plans for hiring new faculty have been made yet, which will depend largely on enrollment and demand at the time the renovations are com- plete. The new 90, square foot buillding will contain 14 new classrooms. There will be com- puter labs, electronics and draft- ing labs, along with office and conference space.

The new building will also mean that the college will no longer use its temporary build- ings for classrooms. The building Is projected tobefinishedbyAugustof Determination and hard work are the same goals I set for my- self in counseling," states Johnson.

Ed Johnson does not tackle students to get his point across, but he takes all that he learned from athletics and re- lates that to the students. I would not give up the professional experi- ence for anything, but I have to Former Chicago Bear Tackles Counseling use a 'reality check. He received his education de- gree from College of St. Prior to JJC, Johnson taught in elementary schools and was a guidance counselor for the de- partment of corrections.

Johnson was to be drafted 1 or 2 by the Rams or Cowboys in , but a dislocated shoulder in his se- nior year of college prevented this. This mishap caused Johnson to not be drafted at all.

As a free-agent, Johnson went to the Chicago Bears where he saw limited action in his three year stint, from '68 to ' He recalls the persona li ties such as Butkus being an uncharac- teristically "quiet and with- drawn" in the lockeroom. He also discusses some fond memories of Hall of Famer Gale Sayers.

Gale's ca- reer was cut short due to this offensive line. Theseguys were great 'in their time', but they should have been let go. Isn't this evidence of what we see today with the Bears and Neal Anderson?

He was in- corporated on a team with some of the greatest players of all- time. This year would unfortu- nately be the last for Johnson. I le currently has three children at- tending Joliet schools and stays active by participating In tennis, basketball, and disc golf I lehas been on a travelling tennis team for the past four years and won the Disc Golf State Champion- ship last year.

Perhaps a warm, sunny place with bright plantlife would be appropriate. When snow is covering the ground of the JJC campus, a pref- erable recluse may be the new greenhouse. Jim Etheridge is the spirited department chairman who over- sees the action taking place in Horticulture at our college.

The newest additions to the Horti- culture department are the com- puter monitored and cost effi- cient greenhouses directly be- hind B-building. He claims only six other colleges in Illinois have this tech- nology, and he expresses his pride in being so competitive. The new greenhouses are made of a new-age material called Lexan. The new interior is space efficient, as well. Rolling benches help conserve growing space, and hanging shelves are motorized to transport materi- als and save time and energy.

Also, a giant air conditioner, called a "swamp cooler," was installed in the "warm house" to recycle water into cooling en- ergy. Obviously, much thought was accumulated to construct very efficient greenhouses. Perhaps the future will bring a PolyHouse, ora laboratory for hydroponics and aquaculture.

The money saved in this Horti- culture venture maybe filtered to improve JJC curriculum and offer better training for wide variety of jobs in this field of So, Joliet Junior College stu- dents, if plantlife and green- houses are not your preferred academia, the new greenhouses may provide you with a break from the bleak and frigid weather.

Etheridge invites all students to visit the green- houses Monday through Friday from 8am to pm. In a broad manner of speaking, CQI is a method of examining the weaknesses of an institution and how to rec- tify the situation. Hauwiller explained, "The initial function of CQI is to improve institutional pro- cesses in terms of how fac- ulty , administra tors, and stu- dents fufill their functions.

CQI's focus improved man- agement led to a sort of shared government where the people have a say in the decisions that affect them.

These volunteers discuss strengths and weaknesses of that particular class and how they can improve the learn- ing process. In Hauwiller's example, the three volun-.

To rectify the problems, the students be- gan using two desks while taking class notes, and I ad- justed the amount of mate- rial covered and the rate of my speech.

In classes supported by CQI, re- tention of students improved from Cars constantly got stuck in the mud and both teachers and students would help each other push the cars out. There was a lot of togetherness then. The English veteran knows that she will miss the students and faculty most after retirement.

Cockbill has worked in diverse professions besides college teaching. Before beginning her college educa- tion, she worked for two local oil companies' accounting offices and served in the United States Navy during World War II.

In the late 's, after raising a family, she attended JJC for two years and received her Bachelor's degree in English fromCollegeof St. Cockbill continued her education at Northern Illinois University, where she earned her Master's degree in English.

Pres- ently, English classes are scattered in buildings throughout the campus. Further, she would like to see a faculty meeting place for teachers to meet throughout the day. She also thinks that the depart- ment has an effective blend of expe- rienced and new teachers with both traditional and innovative ideas.

Further, as a native of Joliet, Cockbill is proud that JJC has a fine academic reputation and must con- tinue to work for "tight standards. After her retirement, however, she may still be seen at JJC.

Cockbill would like to take an occasional course here, specifically in Spanish and French. Also, she plans to travel and "do everything I don't have time to do now. Anyway you look at it, the College of St. Francis offers you more ways to make the most of your college education. Best of all, you'll find a choice of 25 different undergraduate majors ranging from business and education to the sciences and communications.

Convenient day, evening, and weekend classes are offered. If you're transferring from a community college, you can complete your Bachelor's degree in two years. Call or Staff writers draw material from both campus oriented issues and events from the outside world that are of relevance and interest to the student body. Sub- missions can be made at the Blazer office, G-l To become a member of the staff that receives regular assignments, call the Blazer office at — ext.

Hamline University an- nounces their Presiden- tial Fellowship Competition for students completing thier community college study. Students must have at least one year of trans- ferrable credit, maintain a cu- mulative 3. Student must be admitted, degree-seeking, a full-time student and interview with the Transfer Coordinator. The student must have a 3. The deadline for the application is April 1, Women, please bring 2 inch heels to walk in on the stage.

Men, please bring dress shoes to walk in on stage. All sizes, all ages - children 5 and up, are needed for the April 29 performance. Check the board outside the Dining Room or the Cafeteria menu stands to see what's being offered. Come and try it — everyone is welcome!!! The T ransfer Center is look- ing for student volunteers. Interested parties should stop by the Transfer Center, J Come and see what happens when a Skid Row florist be- friends a Man eating plant from outer space!

Need help in Math? Please sign up in J for the fol- lowing workshops: Febru- ary 15, at 1 PM - Math Anxi- ety. March 10, at 1 PM - Word Problems. For students who are interested in transferring to either institution, stop by the Transfer Center and make an appointment in J- Francis 9 AM - So, to poke a little fun at the extensive coverage by the me- dia of less than news worthy cases, I arrived at my latest survey.

I gave JJC students a form with four individual cases of people who have been put on trial on the highest court in the land All four cases have been draged through the mud, tar, and feathers. Why is it that people in America are out for the quick decission? That these people are so guilty that it shows, or that America has turned into a country where the idea is "Shoot first, ask questions later.

Now the Army can help you earn more than ever before for college, if you qualify This could be the per- fect opportunity to earn the money you need for college and develop the qualities that will help you succeed once you get there.

For more informa- tion, call your local Army Recruiter. You can find doctors, lawyers, and the unem- ployed in our club. Tarot, palmistry, psychic hypnosis, Tai Chi, and the right- left bran theories. But we also look into rather unusual things such as Kundalini, theeastem phi- losophy of sexual energy, 1 Ching, the reading of oriental runes stones , Feng Shui, the study of placement and design in interior design and landscaping.

We are even having a woman speak in April on the healing power of dolphins," Fry contin- "February 18th we will hear a presentation given by Lois Huffman on palmistry.

On March 8th in the theater, the well known personal safety speaker, Det. Bittenbinder is a police officer who believes that "we should trust our instincts. He says that when you're in an unsafe situation and you feel the hair begin to stand on the back of your neck, that it's thousands of years of evolution arousing the survival instinct within us all, and that we should pay attention to the signals such as that," said Fry. Faculty member Ann Vining then agreed to form and sponsor the club.

The club meets on the third Friday of every month in room D at 7: Usually, the meetings "begin with a mini- experince, and then we have our main speaker, with time at the end for questions. Afterwards, we usually meet at a local restau- rant for coffee and pie," explained Fry. There are no dues of membership requirements to join, although we don't encour- age people to bring their children.

There are usually about 60 people at our meetings, and more at the functions that we hold in the the- ater twice a year. We have about people on our mailing list. If your would like to get on our mailing list, simply come to one of our meetings or contact the club's president Len Hodgman at Blind Man's Bluff on bridge By Jennifer Fan- Staff Writer Distinctive originals and an unusual approach to standards are mixed with improvisational comedy to form the sound of "Blind Man's Bluff," a four man a cappella group thatperformed January 23 in the On The Bridge music series.

The four of them camq together at Northwestern University, where Minkoff and Lionetti re- ceived degrees in music, Volgenau received a degree in Physics, and Chadima is still working on his degree in music. Jonathon Minkoff was the founder of the group. As he tells it, they "met in the unem- ployment line, went hangliding naked, and then embarked on a quest. That's where a lot the phi- losophy of the group comes from," said Minkoff.

The apperance of this group on stage is that they are up there to have fun, but for some of them this is their career, and they take it very seriously. By using their voices as in- struments they really got the audience involved in the act and made them feel the music. Call on DeVry for a career. Wordeater 85, which is currently available is an excep- tionally good issue.

It contains poetry and prose by some very tal- ented JJC students. The issue has some funny, sad, and poignant holiday poems, two entries to a "Bad Po- etry" contest, poems that drip ha- tred, love, and sarcasm. Others ap- peal to the intellect, are suspense- ful, thought-provoking, or pro- found. In short, there is something for everyone.

Award winners for each is- sue, students only, are selected by faculty sponser John Stobart. Student submis- sions are accepted or rejected by fellow students. John Stobart does not vote. A persistent story on the JJC rumormill is that only Stobart's stu- dents get printed in the "Wordeater. In fact, 19 of the 33 authors printed in issue 85 are not past or present Stobart stu- dents.

In addition to "other" stu- dents, Wordeater 85 includes sub- missions by several JJC facualty, staff, and alumni. The next submission dead- line for Wordeater 88 is April Prose, poetry, and cover designs shouuld be submitted to John Stobart, , by this date.

Wordeater 86 is available now across campus. When a person enters a JJC restroom, they enter a laugh- able and hazardous, waste- land that makes third-world countries seem plush. I've seen better facilities provided at a gas station. Being a woman, I can't comment on the men's restrooms, for obvious rea- sons.

However, I can assess that there is definitely room for improvement regarding the women's restrooms at Joliet Junior College. First and foremost, I would like to know why there aren't any doors for the main entrances and exits to every restroom in this cam- pus. Is it such a foreign con- cept to install doors there? Doesn't anyone value a person's right to privacy any- more? Furthermore, if there were doors to the main en- trances of restrooms, maybe the janitors would feel in- clined to knock first before they barge into restrooms for the opposite sex.

It would save both the janitors and the unsuspecting people al- ready inside the restroom a lot of embarrassment. At the very least, I think a female janitor should be hired to clean the women's restrooms and male janitors to clean in the men's restrooms. Continuing on the sub- ject of doors, I feel compelled to mention that the locks for the stall doors are absolutely useless.

When the door is in its locked position, it still doesn't lock. Basically, any- one who wants their privacy in a women's restroom has to fight with a swinging door to get it. Once you're inside a stall, you have to use either your hand or your foot to keep the door shut. Then, you're faced with the di- lemma of how far you can lean back, while still leaning forward to keep the door closed, without falling on the floor.

I suppose that is why most women go to the restrooms in pairs: It is simply easier if you bring a friend a long. If die locks are notgoing tobe repaired, then JJC might as well take off the doors, for they serve no pur- pose.

The ultimate joke in the women's restrooms at JJC is that the soap dispensers do not dispense soap. On a good day, the dispense will spit out some watery substance that could not possibly be soap.

On a bad day, the dis- pense doesn't even spit out the soap substitute. Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer to wash my hands before I leave a restroom. Is it too much to expect someone to refill the soap dispensers and fix the locks? How much effort would it take to allow JJC patrons to practice good hygeine? Ob- viously, it takes more effort than JJC custodians are will- ing to put forth. Letters to t li e Edi tor Blazer, What's with all these cardboard boxes overflow- ing with used and abused and abandoned clothing lit- tering the hallways of JJC?

It was disgusting enough to have to countenance this brand of heart-on-the-sleeve liberality through the last quarter of Must we endure more such sloppy sentimentality in this new year? Indeed, one might ask, how are the chilled homeless or the still-damp flood victims being com- forted by the wools, flannels, and denims "decking" the halls of JUCO. Such ineffi- ciency - if nothing else - is an abomination. I think a Spe- cial Prosecutor should be appointed by the S. Otherwise, we must remain up to our eye- balls in churlish charity for- evermore.

How many of you sat alone, once again, on February 14? The one day when you should have a companion next to you, you sat at home dwelling on the end- less possibilities of why you can- not find someone to suit your rela- tionship needs.

We as students at JJC know that time is an Important factor. Many students hold down Jobs and have other activities to partake in. We have no on-campus housing and a majority of students come to school to only go to classes. Besides the bridge, there is not a single socializing center. How are we supposed to Interact with these desirables? We know our possible mate Is out there somewhere, but what are the means to mobilize this?

That Is where we come into play. All of the information is put into confidential Blazer files. All information will be printed in the editions of the Blazer excluding name and telephone number!

There will be a code at the bottom to which you may reply in person at the Blazer office in G or by phone at ext. Then the information may be revealed upon the authorization of existing Blazer editors. With this award, the couple is required to give a brief explanation of the date which will be printed in the following edition of the Blazer. Con- stitution, citizens are guar- anteed the right of free press and by supreme court prece- dent reporters may refuse to identify their sources.

Strangely, this right of non- disclosure does not translate into the medium of novel writing. What follows is a story of injustice in which a novel writer has been impris- oned because he refused to reveal his sources. The story begins with Bosco, a writer for over 25 years, engaged in investiga- tion for a novel. He inter- viewed all the people in- volved, collected data from various sources, and finished a true story novel about a murder case. The lawyer of the convicted felon read the story and he likes it.

Real- izing that the book alone would not be able to carry throughout an entire trial, the lawyer demanded that Bosco turn over all names and interviews.

This refusal led to Bosco being held in contempt of court. Bosco, by law, must turn over ev- erything because he is a writer and not a journalist. The difference is that Mr. Bosco doesn't work for tv, radio , a magazine, wire serice, newspaper, and is therefore just a writer.

The distinction between journal- ist and novelist is an absurd classification. Sounds like justice tloesn't it. If anything this story should point out to all of us just how frail our rights are. I say we all stand behind Bosco and let the courts know that this is unexceptable. Par to the band's previous two albums, Alice in Chains continues to explore the darker images of life lyri- cally, and vocalist Layne Staley's gravelly rasp is in fine form.

What is so shocking is the band's deviation from the blistering guitar attack of past efforts to an almost mellow sound. As if they had something to prove musically, each selection puts an Alice in Chains stamp on a spe- cific genre of music.

The appropriately titled album opener, "Rotten Apple", uses the image of a rotted apple to comment on the state of the world. The remainder of the album is barely recognizable as having any- thing to do with a band that helped begin the Seattle explosion. Even more difficult to catego- rize is the countrified swing of "Don't Follow," a song that addresses the problems of alcoholism from the per- spective of a man near his last breath.

The boundaries of grunge are further tested by the album closer, the jazz-influenced "Swing on This. Overall, Jar of Flies is a remark- able departure for the members of Alice in Chains that will impress al- ternative music fans.

If nothing else, the album is worth buying for it unique CD case — inside the clear casing are contained three dead flies. Okay, so the flies are plastic, but really, what more could you ask for? On their latest album,Initiation, Course of Empire shows that a music ma- chine, though it may be built through the strength of its instruments, must not allow itself to be pulled down by them.

Course of Empire originated in Dallas, Texas in , and released its first album, Course of Empire, in Since then, the band has added a second drummer, Michael Jerome, providing a truely unique rhythm section. Don't think that drums are all that this group has to offer. The open- ing track, Hiss, starts off with a blistering Mike Graft guitar riff, fol- lowed by pounding drums and more killer guitar. We went on like this for 5 miserable days and nights when we sighted an airplane.

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The real estate market across the country has changed drastically. Interest rates are dow n and lenders are trying to ge t mor e c om f or t a ble lending money but there are fewer buyers out there and even less houses for sale at a good price. Many banks had slowed down releasing property into the market and most sellers are still waiting for prices to increase before they will sell. A creat ive f ina ncing t ra n sac t ion may a l low a seller to sell to a larger audience and get higher prices as long as they are comfortable waiting for some or all of their money.

In some cases a seller is not getting much money but wants out of a house and creative financing is an excellent tool for that scenario. Ma ny pr ofe s sion a l s shy away f rom creat ive f ina ncing because t hey associate it with problems.

This has forced creative financing to be a tool only used by vetera n i nvestor s. But with the age of computers, creat ive f ina ncing may be head i ng to more ma i nst rea m avenues.

Now more t ha n ever people are learning how to use creative financing to sell homes very quickly for prices t hat are ver y impressive. I have seen several transactions setup by sellers in the last few months that allowed them to sell their home quickly, realize a profit, and not pay a realtor commission.

These deals were all setup by the seller directly. Creative financing may be a new option for many homeowners but only time and interest rates will tell if this is something viable that will grow or is this just a niche waiting for the market to get stronger. If you are interested in lea r n i ng more about creative f inancing t hen che ck out t he website sellonterms. We post great information there and it is absolutely free.

Till next week, Good luck and God Bless and remember… If you want to sell your house on terms check out our informative website at w w w. Just chat with someone over the age 70 and ask them about the many changes in society t hat have happened in their lifetime.

T h e K u b l e r-R o s s Mo d e l , i s a s e r ie s of emotional stages experienced when faced with a significant loss. The five stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. The 5 stages include: Denial — As the reality of loss is hard to face, one of the first reactions to follow the loss is Denial. W hat t his mea ns is that the person is trying to shut out t he rea l it y or mag n it ude of t hei r situation, and begin to develop a false, preferable reality.

Be c au se of a nger, t he person is very difficult to care for due to misplaced feelings of rage and envy. Pe ople g oi n g t h r ou g h c h a nge s m ay try to bargain or seek to negotiate a compromise. Ba rga ining rarely provides a sustainable solution. It is natural to feel sadness, reg ret, fe a r, a nd u nc er t a i nt y when goi ng t h roug h this stage. Feeling these emot ion s show s t hat the person has begun to accept the situation.

Often times, this is the ideal path to take, to find closure and ma ke their ways to the fifth step - Acceptance. This typically comes with a calm, retrospective view for the individual, and a stable mindset. Kubler-Ross originally de v elop e d t h i s mo del based on her observations of people suf fering f rom ter m i na l i l l ness. She later expanded her t heor y wou ld apply to any form of catastrophic personal loss, such as the death of a loved one, the loss of a job or income, major reject ion, t he end of a relationship or divorce, drug addiction, incarceration, the onset of a disease or chronic i l l n e s s , a n i n f e r t i l it y diagnosis, as well as many tragedies and disasters and even minor losses.

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Buying a house should be about meeting your needs. First, fifth, or tent h house t here is no set number of views t hat ma ke one a better decision t ha n a not her one. In her case, the second choice was a better fit. When looking for a home…decide what you want, weigh all of the opt ions a nd buy based upon intelligent choice. Facebook Fr iend request Mike Buder: Search for properties online at w w w.

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Getting from There to Here Edgar Wright financial advisor with Edward Jones will discuss how you can make a college education a reality for your children or grandchildren. Find out what you need to consider as you establish a college savings goal and learn strategies to help you reach your goal. This free seminar will take place Thursday, April 10, at 7: For more information or to register call White has also authored a book of his memoirs titled, Be a Mensch: A Legacy of the Holocaust, which will be available for purchase following his lecture.

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