The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 29, 1991 · Page 11
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 11

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A-12Nation THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Sunday, September 29, 1991 Thomas foes face hard fight No date set for Senate vote ADRIEN ARPEL GRAND OPENING SPECIAL, NOW AT OUR FLORENCE MALL STORE! Get a facial, hand-softening treatment, makeup lesson and bonus gift all for just 32.50! ( ' t W I I "iiii"iw V I 1 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Opponents of Clarence Thomas' Supreme Court nomination face difficult odds despite the Senate Judiciary Committee's refusal to endorse President Bush's choice. The panel's 7-7 vote on Friday injected new energy in the drive to stop Thomas, a black conservative, from succeeding Justice Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme Court. Marshall was the nation's first black Supreme Court justice. "No one ex- 1 TVrtpH it untiM fail in committee. This offers an opportunity for opponents to redouble their efforts," said Nan Aron, director of the Alliance for Justice, a coali- IF YOU COULD USE A LITTLE PAMPERING, hurry to Florence Mall for this week-long special! Or, treat yourself to the same offer at Tri-County! WE BEGIN IN THE PRIVACY OF OUR BEAUTY ROOM, with the nature-based deep cleansing facial. It includes: Gentle electro brush skin scrub Vegetable peel Skin vacuuming Face and neck firming massage Penetrating heat mask Under-makeup transparent Skinlastic Lift for face and neck HANDS GETTING OUT OF HAND? NOT FOR LONGI Next, we undergo the three-step hand massage treatment with thermal mitts! LAST BUT NOT LEAST - THE MAGNIFICENT MAKEOVER! Through color draping, we'll discover which makeup colors complement your face and hair. Then we'll apply them step by step, teaching you how to get the same results! TO TOP IT OFF, A BONUS GIFT! You'll take home four Color Compact Cassettes filled with under-eye concealer, two camouflage creams, over-makeup pearlizer, two blushes, four eye shadows, six lip colors and lip gloss. ALL OF THIS FOR 32.50! For reservations, call: Florence Mall 525-5649 Tri-County 782-2319 Adrien Arpel (D121). Offer ends Saturday, October 5. Q Clarence Thomas tion of liberal organizations that has been in the forefront in the fight against Thomas. "We obviously picked up a great deal of steam." But nine Democratic senators are already on record as supporting Thomas, and opponents concede the odds are still against them when the full Senate votes. "What we have ahead of us is an enormous task of turning this into a majority vote," said Kate Michel-man, of the National Abortion Rights Action League. "The first objective we have is to make sure that there is no rush to judgment" Michelman said. While the Senate could vote as early as Thursday, opponents argue that the 85 senators who didn't attend the hearings need more time to study the committee's report and Thomas' testimony. Delaying the vote past next week would hurt Thomas' chances. The Senate is scheduled to begin a one-week recess Oct. 4, giving opponents more time to lobby undecided senators. The math of the Senate, where Democrats control the chamber by a 57-43 margin, does not favor COton COMPACT CASSETTES Thomas opponents, some of whom concede that a filibuster might be the only way to stop Thomas. Under Senate rules, opponents LAZARUS could continue debating the nomi nation to prevent a vote. They would only need 41 votes, instead of 51 on a straight vote, to defeat a motion to end debate. Greater Cincinnati's low electric rates have helped make it a great place to do business. The street light down the block. The company where your neighbor works. The store you stopped at on the way home. For more than 150 years, Greater Cincinnati has had the energy it has needed to keep working. Over the years, while Greater Cincinnati has grown, its electric rates have consistently been among the lowest in the state. Next year, even with the proposed rate increase, our rates would remain second lowest among all Ohio electric companies. Many major companies know that. According to a recent national survey, Greater Cincinnati is one of America's top 10 cities chosen for corporate relocations. Energy costs are an important reason they move here. And an important reason they plan to stay. Our Wm. H. Ztovner generating station is proof of our longstanding commitment to provide needed electricity at a reasonable price. In one year of operation, Zimmer's efficiency will save CG&E customers more than $6 million in fuel costs. For generations, Cincinnati has been a great place to grow. And a great place to stay. We want to keep it that way. CG&EDThe Energy Service Company Costs of this message are not charged to CG&E customers.

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