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A6 NATION I WORLD Around The World Kennedy's father-in-law sentenced, fined LAFAYETTE, La. Edmund Reggie, the father-in-law of Sen. Edward Kennedy, was sentenced to four months of confinement at home and fined $30,000 for bank fraud and misapplication of funds. The 66-year-old former judge and longtime friend of Gov. Edwin Edwards was also placed on three years' probation Thursday by U.S. District Judge John Shaw. Reggie pleaded no-contest in July to misapplication of funds in connection with a $425,000 loan made by his failed Acadia Savings & Loan. He was convicted of fraud last year for pressuring a company to buy land from the Louisiana Bank and Trust as a condition for getting a $2.5 million loan. He had been the failed institution's chairman of the board. Reggie's daughter, Washington lawyer Victoria Reggie, married Kennedy last year. Drunk pedestrians a big problem, too ATLANTA Friends shouldn't let friends walk drunk, either: More than a third of the pedestrians killed by cars last year had had too much to drink. "This is a bigger problem than we had thought previously," said Jim Hedlund of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. "Most of our programs are aimed at drivers. We have not really addressed the drinking-and-walking issue." Thirty-six percent of the 4,770 pedestrians over age 14 who were killed last year had blood-alcohol levels of 0.10, above the legal limit had they been behind the wheel. Seven percent had consumed smaller amounts of alcohol. Of those who had been drinking, more than half had blood-alcohol levels greater than 0.20. The figures were compiled by NHTSA and reported Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Defense rests its case in Denny trial LOS ANGELES Rioters get swept up in a mob mentality and do not plan their attacks, a behavior expert testified in trial of two men accused of severely beating a trucker in the Los Angeles riots. Armando Torres Morales, from the University of California, Los Angeles, said Thursday that rioters succumb to the will of the crowd and stop thinking for themselves. - Damian Williams, 20, and Henry Keith Watson, 29, are charged with attempted murder in the beating of trucker Reginald Denny on April 29, 1992. They also are charged with several other beatings during the riots. "They begin to act out various types of behavior, almost as if it was in unison, as if it was organized, os if it was planned," Morales testified. "But it's all very impulsively acted out. There aren't any specific plans." Defense attorneys called Morales, their seventh and final witness, to bolster their argument that the rioters were so out of control they could not have thought about intentionally harming others. The prosecution said Morales' "crowd contagion" theory was outdated. Prosecutors were scheduled today to call rebuttal witnesses. Closing arguments before Superior Court Judge John Ouderkirk were expected to begin Monday with the case going to jury by Wednesday. Hebrew students protest Dernjanjuk SEVEN HILLS, Ohio Hebrew students protesting outside John Demjanjuk's home said it is up to them to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive. Demjanjuk, 73, whose conviction as Nazi death camp guard "Ivan the Terrible" was overturned in July, returned to Ohio Wednesday after being held in an Israeli prison for seven years. Demjanjuk was taken to an undisclosed location after landing at a northern Ohio airport. He has not returned to his home in this Cleveland suburb, where protesters have marched for two days. "I think it's our duty to keep the memory alive because we're the last generation that's going to hear stories firsthand from Holocaust survivors," Devorah Pomerantz, 15, of University Heights, said Thursday. "We have to pass them on to our children and our children's children to make sure the memory is always kept alive and nobody forgets and it never happens again," said Miss Pomerantz, a 10thgrader at Bet Sefer Mizrachi, a Hebrew school. A classmate, David Pollack, 15, of Beachwood, said it is wrong "that a murderer like Demjanjuk should be let into this country and have the benefits of living in this country." Demjanjuk has maintained he was wrongly identified as Ivan and said he spent most of the war as a German prisoner. GM doubles layoff plans Associated Press DETROIT General Motors Corp. plans to cut 100,000 blue-collar jobs by 1996, twice as many as previously announced, a newspaper reported today. The 100,000 jobs represent about one-third of the automaker's blue-collar work force. The automaker, which said in 1991 that it would eliminate 50,000 blue-collar jobs by 1995, hopes to reduce its U.S. hourly work force through buyouts and early retirements, The Detroit News reported, citing unidentified sources. Layoffs also are possible. But GM probably won't add to the list of about two dozen North American plants it intends to close over the next two or three years, the sources said. The additional 50,000 jobs GM now plans to wipe out exclude positions at plants that its parts-making Automotive Components Group is closing or selling, the News said. GM reportedly outlined its accelerated downsizing plan for United Auto Workers officials, with whom the automaker is negotiating a three-year contract. The automaker has told the UAW it wants to cut 67,000 of the 100,000 targeted jobs during that tlu ee-year period, the News said.. "All I can say is that we're still bargaining," union spokesman Reg McGee said. VICKI VAN METER: "I feel good about what I've done." Associated Press 11-year-old girl on a high after history-making flight Pilots airplane cross-country Associated Press SAN DIEGO Vicki Van Meter can't get her pilot's license for another five years, but that didn't stop the 11-year-old from flying a plane cross-country, the youngest girl to accomplish the feat. Her flight instructor at her side, the sixth-grader brought her single-engine Cessna 172 in for a landing Thursday after a short hop across the desert from Phoenix. Vicki, clad in a flight jumpsuit, stood grinning as city leaders gave her gifts, including a tiny replica of the "Spirit of St. Louis," Charles Lindbergh's plane, which was built in San Diego. "I feel good about what I've done," the youngster from Meadville, Pa., told a crowd of about 100. "But we just never expected there'd be this many people." She set out Monday from Augusta, Maine, accompanied by flight instructor Bob Baumgartner. They made overnight stops in Columbus, Ohio; Oklahoma City; and Phoenix. Thursday's leg of the trip lasted three hours, 25 minutes, in good weather. Baumgartner said he never touched the controls during the trip. Vicki isn't eligible for a pilot's license until she turns 16. The youngest person to fly cross-country is Tony Aliengena, who was 9 when he went from California to Boston and back in 1988. Associated Press LIVES TO TELL ABOUT IT: Matthew Kornblum, 'right, chats with a friend about his adventure Thursday morning. Passenger lands plane after pilot passes out, dies in flight Associated Press PHOENIX Matthew Kornblum had sat in at the controls of an airplane before, but never at night and never with the pilot unconscious. On Thursday, he found himself in that position, and walked away from a crash landing. "Definitely an E ticket ride," the 34-year-old said, referring to the pass Disneyland used to sell for its most exciting attractions. "It's just something you have to do when you're in a do-or-die situation." Kornblum flew the Cessna 182 for about 15 minutes after the pilot had a fatal seizure, and brought the plane into Flagstaff's Pulliam Airport without benefit of runway lights or help from the tower, which was closed at the time. Kornblum, an electrical engineer from Charlotte, N.C., has never had a flying lesson but said Graham and other pilots have allowed him to take the controls several times. "I've had maybe 10 hours at the stick," Kornblum said. "I'm really glad I've paid attention." The News-Messenger, Fremont, Ohio, Friday, September 24, 1993: osnia faces 'tragic winter' Associated Press WASIIINGTON Secretary of State Warren Christopher warned of a hard winter in the former Yugoslav republic if Serbs and Croats are unwilling to show flexibility in talks to end the war. Only Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic and his parliament have the authority to decide whether to accept the latest settlement, Christopher told a Seante committe Thursday. Christopher had some hope the Serbs and Croats would show more flexibility in response to Muslim demands for more tertitory in the eastern area of the country and other concessions. The secretary seemed to be nudging them in that direction with the admonition "if an agreement is not reached, and it certainly will not be a perfect agreement if it is, we are in for a very tragic winter." Christopher, meanwhile, joined Defense Secretary Les Aspin, U.N. Ambassador Madeleine Albright, and Gen. Colin Powell, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in briefing lawmakers about possible deployment of U.S. troops to enforce a peace agreement in Bosnia. "We're continuing to follow the talks," Aspin told reporters as he left the closed session on Capitol Hill. "One day it sounds like they're close to getting an agreement, the next day it sounds like it's further back." Sen. Satn Nunn, D-Ga., chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said it was unclear whether Congress would support deployment of U.S. troops in Bosnia. "I don't believe people have decided yet," Nunn said in an interview published in Friday editions of The New York Times. "It depends on what case is made by the administration." "My big question will be not how do' we go about it, what our goals are, but how do we get out if the parties begin fighting again?" The Serbs and Croats on Tuesday were reported to have agreed to allow the small Muslim state that would be left after partition an outlet to the Adriatic Sea. Still, Izetbegovic said he could not recommend acceptance when the plan is taken up next week by the Bosnian parliament because other territorial demands had not been met. The plan gives Serbs about 51 percent of the country, Muslims about 31 percent and Croats about 18 percent. 0 . School menus Sept. 28-Oct. 1 All menus include milk. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Hot dog, baked beans, fruit, Bettsville cookie. Chicken nuggets, roll, corn, fruit. Menu not provided Menu not provided. Menu not provided. Ham sandwich, vegetable, fruit, cookie. Chili, vegetable, fruit, sandwich. Taco salad, vegetable, fruit, bread. Turkey or barbecue sandwich, Pizza or sandwich, vegetable, fruit, Clyde H.S. vectetable. fruit. chins. sandwich. Ham sandwich, sweet potatoes, Chili, vegetable, sherbet, Taco salad, pintos and cheese, Turkey sandwich, custard, Jr. high, elementary fruit, cookie. sandwich. fruit, bread. Pizza, corn, fruit, sandwich. vegetable, chips. Chicken nuggets, hoagy , Sausage sandwich spaghetti, Barbecue rib sandwich, hot dog. Ham sandwich, cheeseburger. Pizza, salisbury steak sandwich. Fremont Rossjr. high sandwich. Italian bread. Chicken nuggets, bread, peas, Sausage patty, French toast Cook's choice, bread, vegetable, Spaghetti, Italian bread, peas, fruit Elementaries fruit or juice. sticks, potato rounds, juice. shape-up. Pizza, salad, fruit or juice, cookie. or juice. Scrambled eggs, potato rounds, Atkinson, Hayes, Otis breakfast Cereal, toast. Breakfast pizza. Cook's choice. toast. Granola bars. Chicken on biscuit, vegetables, Gibsonburg Taco, vegetables, fruit, bread. Sub sandwich, chips, peas, fruit. fruit. bread. Steak nuggets, potato, fruit, bread. Pizza, vegetable, fruit, cookie. Ham and cheese sandwich, tater Lakota H.S. Sliced turkey, mashed tots, casserole, fruit. Pizza, corn, fruit, brownie. potatoes, peas, bread, fruit. Menu not provided. Menu not provided. Salisbury steak, mashed cream, Junior high potatoes, corn, roll, ice juice& Taco, peas, fruit, pudding pop. Corn dog, vegetable, dessert, ice Pizza, salad, fruit, brownie. Grilled cheese sandwich, soup, vegetables, juice. Cheeseburger, pickle, French Pork cutlet, mashed Macaroni and cheese. vegetables, Central fries, fruit. Barchetta pizza, salad, fruit. potatoes, vegetables. fruit, bread. Menu not provided. Hamburger gravy, mashed Turkey sandwich, chips, peas, Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, East Hot dog, chips, corn, fruit. Pizza, cole slaw, fruit, cookie. potatoes, sandwich, fruit. dessert. sandwich, vegetable, fruit. Taco salad, crackers, corn, West Pizza, vegetable, fruit. Hot dog, fries, fruit. fruit. Ham patty, vegetables, fruit. Menu not provided. Ham or bologna sandwich, Sausage patty or peanut butter Pizza or chicken salad sandwich, Hamburger gravy, mashed Chicken patty sandwich or Margaretta H.S. chicken nuggets, bread, sandwich, bacon cheeseburger. baked potato with topping. potatoes, fish or ham sandwich. hamburger. Ham sandwich, salad, fruit, juice Sausage patty sandwich, hash Bogart bar Hamburger gravy, mashed Chicken patty sandwich, fries, . browns, fruit, cookie. Pizza, vegetabe, fruit, dessert. potatoes, roll, fruit jell. fruit, frosted graham. Ham sandwich, vegetable, fruit, Sausage patty sandwich, hash Hamburger mashed Chicken patty sandwich, fries, fruit, Townsend ' juice bar. browns, fruit, cookie. Pizza, salad, fruit, dessert. er g potatoes, roll, fruit jello. frosted graham. Spaghetti, vegetable, fruit, garlic Turkey slice, mashed potato, Chicken sandwich, potato, fruit, Taco salad, fruit, vegetable, Old Fort bread. vegetable, fruit, bread. Pizza. fruit, vegetable, sandwich. vegetable. sandwich. Ham sandwich, vegetable, pretzel, Hamburger noodle cassserole, Fish sandwich, buttered noodles, Sacred Heart Pizza salad, fruit. fruit. corn. roll, fruit. Hot dog, fries, fruit. stewed tomatoes, fruit. St. Ann Taco, refried beans, fruit. Cook's choice. Pizza, vegetable, fruit. Turkeyburger, salad, fruit, jello Beef gravy, mashed potatoes, cake. biscuits, peas. Chicken sandwich, potato Meatball sandwich, corn, fruit, ice Chicken, mashed potatoes, salad, Beef croissant (H.S.), hot dog St. JosephSJCC rounds, fruit, dessert cream cup. bread. (GS.), fruit, vegetable, cookie. Pizza, peas, pears, chips. Hamburger, fries, vegetable, Chili, cornbread, cheese chunks, Sub sandwich, baked beans, Hamburger gravy, mashed Macaroni and cheese, sandwich, School of Hope dessert. fruit. schips, fruit. potatoes, vegetables, graham. vegetable sticks, fruit. Pizza or beef sandwich. 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' State Warren Christopher Drunk pedestrians a big problem, too 1 ,., -1.. -'-A,- 1, t S,.: ; - .4 . .. .. . . . . .. . - - :, ,:, , .. ilsr--- warned of a hard winter in th ATLANTA - Friends shouldn't let friends walk drunk, either e ; ., .-- -.."' ' -.. - ' .. ,.. - .. !;,.1,-. : .si ,. ''.4': f Serbs and Croats are unwilling ,;:.,t. - . -. - former Yugoslav republic if , .., : ,... ,,, . ,.. :. 1 ' :. , . .. ,-: I .,,,.. More than a third of the pedestrians killed by cars last year had ---. - ' .., 'kV. to show flexibility in talks to end had too much to drink '''., , -.4 , t . A ,,,, - , I ,.. , , f .., N : - . : 'c the war .' -,:A . This is a bigger problem than we had thought previously," , , - , i - Only Bosnian President Alija said Jim Hedlund of the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin-, , ,. - , ,1 .. t', ' : Izetbegovic and his parliament t , istration. "Most of our programs are aimed at drivers. We have . - 4 - . 0. .-, have the authority to decide t - not really addressed the drinking-and-walking issue." . .. whether to accept the latest set- . 4... - - -- ., , 4..-- ',11..,' 1..; --..--, .--,,,' - - - - ---- - - - - , Thirty-six percent of the 4,770 pedestrians over age 14 who were Associated Press tlement, Christopher told a t killed last year had blood-alcohol levels of 0.10, above the legal VICKI VAN METER: "I feel good about what I've done." Seante committe Thursday. limit had they been behind the wheel. Seven percent had con- Christopher had some hope sumed smaller amounts of alcohol. the Serbs and Croats would show Of those who had been drinking, more than half had blood-alco-more flexibility in response to hol levels greater than 0.20. a 11..yearonold girl on high Muslim demands for more terri- The figures were compiled by NHTSA and reported Thursday tory in the eastern area of the by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. after history...ma lti ng fl i country and other concessions. ght The secretary seemed to be nudging them in that direction , Defense rests its case in Denny trial with the admonition '"if an t is not reached and it LOS ANGELES - Rioters get swept up in a mob mentality and agreemen , certainly will not be a perfect do not plan their attacks, a behavior expert testified in trial of . two men accused of severely beating a trucker in the Los Ange- Pilots airplane . .. , . , . . ,... . .. :. . . " , . . ... ... agreement if it is, we are in for a ve tragic winter." les riots. - :: :i . Armando Torres Morales, from the University of California, cross-country .I. , 1.. . . " , ,: Chry ristopherefense , meanwhile, jod D Secretary Les. Los Angeles, said Thursday that rioters succumb to the will of the ,. ine ..ti . ..,..,, . ...... ,.,... ,. ... --.' - -:- - ,- .-'. --1 I: - ' A Aspin, U.N. Ambassador crowd and stop thiriking for themselves. - '.'77:'.777'"'"'"'"77''''rer , ,,r4ti. ',:,: - ',' . .. ,,,,,,,,,4,7 ; - Madeleine Albright, of the and Gen. Damian Williams, 20, and Hem'y Keith Watson, 29, are charged Associated Press (- . . ' ' 7' '' " . ' Y -- . ' ' with attempted murder in the beating of trucker Reginald Denny SAN DIEGO - Vicki Van ,-A , Is..... : . '. ,,,,..0,,' ,J.,, 4..,,',.N. 4, - r-,,I., ,,,, 11...t ,,.-... ., ..;11.,.. ., ,I Colin Powell, chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, in briefing on April 29, 1992. They also are charged with several other beat- Meter can't get her pilot's license ., , -,--, It ' ,,,,rev' ,-'-'.. -- ' 7 ' "''4 --' r. ,::: :T.... .. , lawmakers about possible ings during the riots. for another five years, but that . ....:..,1.. .t:. --.:,,. . ,.,.......: .- -f.,,,......,. ,,,, .,.. ,, deployment of U.S. troops to They begin to act out various types of behavior, almost as if didn't stop the 11-year-old from ..., ,.. ,,,, , . ,f4,- 141 ','N, .11 7N411 enforce a peace agreement in it was in unison, as if it was organized, os if it was planned ve ,-- , Amm ," flying a plane cross-country, the .-.,,, .,. . t . r i.- .- ---- y , ,! , I: .' ,'! 11,,,,,,i 1,,,eir. Bosnia. Morales testified. "But it's all very impulsively acted out. There youngest girl to accomplish the , -. . - ...7 . . K .' ii,1 . .. - ., ' , i t ', ,. - "We're continuing to follow aren't any specific plans." feat. ' .;. , i . ....., ,.. , 3 fri, t' , 1 t tr77'N . i . the talks," Aspin told reporters Defense attorneys called Morales, their seventh and final wit- ,, , ,, , f .! f t ., , :. ,.. ; ::. Her flight instructor at her ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, .e''' , ., i., t , F Z ' as he left the closed session on ness, to bolster their argument that the rioters were so out of con- , ...... .. -!..,,,, . A x i , pi,... , .:,. side, th sixth-grader - ... --- ,; ,,ok. ,. t? ,, i ' -,,,e--."-- N4Ltor ', -. Capitol Hill. "One day it sounds trol they could not have thought about intentionally harming oth- 'i ,,' - ., ., ,-''',. "; her single e-engine Ce brought ssna 172 in - , ,.,. : , ... ers. ,,, . A., ,. .,-, ce..0.4,. ..:.,. ., like they're close to getting an for a landing Thursday after a ,.:,,, ..,.. ..... ..: "- - . ,,r,r,,,,,..t ----,t, . 0,,, . ..0 i . ,.., I agreement, the next day it The prosecution said Morales' "crowd contagion" theory was short hop across the desert from sounds like it's further back." . outdated. Phoenix. Sen. Sant Nunn, D-Ga., chair- Prosecutors were scheduled today to call rebuttal witneSses. Vicki, clad in a flight jumpsuit, man of the Senate Armed Ser- Closing arguments before Superior Court Judge John Oud- ..... ,. , ... ..: .. ,..., .. ,, -, . .., , ,....-:.... .. .., . ....; ,, ,.. ... stood grinning as city leaders vices Committee, said it was erkirk were expected to begin Monday with the case going to jury gave her gifts, including a tiny Associated Press unclear whether Congress would by Wednesday. . replica of the "Spirit of St. LIVES TO TELL ABOUT IT: Matthew Kornblum, right, chats with a support deployment of U.S. Louis," Charles Lindbergh's friend about his adventure Thursday morning. troops in Bosnia. Hebrew students protest Demjanjuk plane, which was built in San "I don't believe people have Diego. decided yet," Nunn said in an SEVEN HILLS, Ohio - Hebrew students protesting outside John "I feel good about what I've Passenger lands plane after interview published in Friday Demjanjuk's home said it is up to them to keep the memory of the done," the youngster from editions of The New York Times. Holocaust alive. Meadville, Pa., told a crowd of piiot passes out 5 dies in flight "It depends on what case is Demjanjuk, 73, whose conviction as Nazi death camp guard about 100. "But we just never made by the administration." "Ivan the Terrible" was overturned in July, returned to Ohio expected there'd be this many Associated Press "My big question will be not Wednesday after being held in an Israeli prison for seven years. people." PHOENIX - Matthew Kornblum had sat in at the controls of how do' we go about it, what our Demjanjuk was taken to an undisclosed location after landing at She set out Monday from an airplane before, but never at night and never with the pilot goals are, but how do we get out a northern Ohio airport. Augusta, Maine, accompanied by unconscious. if the parties begin fighting He has not returned to his home in this Cleveland suburb, where flight instructor Bob Baumgart- On Thursday, he found himself in that position, and walked again?" protesters have marched for two days. ner. They made overnight stops away from a crash landing. The Serbs and Croats on Tues"I think it's our duty to keep the memory alive because we're in Columbus, Ohio; Oklahoma "Definitely an E ticket ride," the 34-year-old said referring to day were reported to have the last generation that's going to hear stories firsthand from City; and Phoenix. Thursday's the pass Disneyland used to sell for its most exciting attractions. agreed to allow the small MusHolocaust survivors," Devorah Pomerantz, 15, of University leg of the trip lasted three hours, "It's just something you have to do when you're in a do-or-die lim state that would be left after Heights, said Thursday. 25 minutes, in good weather. situation." partition an outlet to the Adriat, . "We have to pass them on to our children and our children's Baumgartner said he never Kornblum flew the Cessna 182 for about 15 minutes after the ic Sea. Still, Izetbegovic said he children to make sure the memory is always kept alive and nobody touched the controls during the pilot had a fatal seizure, and brought the plane into Flagstaff's could not recommend accep, forgets and it never happens again," said Miss Pomerantz, a 10th- trip. Pulliam Airport without benefit of runway lights or help from tame when the plan is taken up grader at Bet Sefer Alizrachi, a Hebrew school. Vicki isn't eligible for a pilot's the tower, which was closed at the time. next week by the Bosnian parliaA classmate, David Pollack, 15, of Beachwood, said it is wrong license until she turns 16. Kornblum, an electrical engineer from Charlotte, N.C. has ment because other territorial "that a murderer like Demjanjuk should be let into this country The youngest person to fly never had a flying lesson but said Graham and other pilots have demands had not been met. and have the benefits of living in this country." cross-country is Tony Aliengena, allowed him to take the controls several times. The plan gives Serbs about 51 Demjanjuk has maintained he was wrongly identified as Ivan who was 9 when he went from "I've had maybe 10 hours at the stick," Kornblum said. "I'm percent of the country, Muslims . and said he spent most of the war as a German prisoner. California to Boston and back in really glad I've paid attention." about 31 percent and Croats , 1988. , about 18 percent. GM doubles School menus Sept. 28-Oct. 1 l layoff p ans All menus include milk. Monday Hot dog, Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Bettsville cookie. baked beans, fruit, Chicken nuggets, roll, corn, fruit. Menu not provided Menu not provided. Menu not provided. Associated Press Clyde H.S. Ham sandwich, vegetable, fruit, Chili, vegetable, fruit, sandwich. Taco salad, vegetable, fruit, bread. Turkey or barbecue sandwich, Pizza or sandwich, vegetable, fruit, l Mot cookie. vectetable. fruit. chins. sandwich. DETROIT - Generaors , Ham sandwich, sweet potatoes, Chili, vegetable, sherbet, Taco sad, Pizza, corn, fruit, sandwich. lad, pintos and cheese, Turkey sandwich, custard, Corp. plans to cut 100,000 blue- Jr. high, elementary fruit, cookie. sandwich. fruit. bread. vegetable, chips. collar jobs by 1996, twice as Chicken nuggets, hoagy Sausage sandwich, spaghetti, many as previously announced, a Fremont Rossjr. high sandwich. Barbecue rib sandwich, hot dog. Ham sandwich, cheeseburger. Italian bread. Pizza, salisbury steak sandwich. newspaper reported today. Chicken nuggets, bread, peas, Sausage patty, French toast Cook's choice, bread, vegetable, Spaghetti, Italian bread, peas, fruit The 100,000 jobs represent Elementaries fruit or juice. sticks, potato rounds, juice. shape-up. Pizza, salad, fruit or juice, cookie. or juice. about one-third of the automak-Scrambled eggs, potato rounds, er's blue-collar work force. Atkinson, Hayes, Otis breakfast Cereal, toast. Breakfast pizza. Cook's choice. toast. Granola bars. The automaker, which said in Chicken on biscuit, vegetables, 1991 that it would eliminate 50,000 Gibsonburg Taco, vegetables, fruit, bread. Sub sandwich, chips, peas, fruit. fruit. bread. Steak nuggets, potato, fruit, bread. Pizza, vegetable, fruit, cookie. .. blue-collar jobs by 1995, hopes to Ham and cheese sandwich, later Sliced turkey, mashed . reduce its U.S. hourly work force Lakota H.S. tots, casserole, fruit. Pizza, corn, fruit, brownie. potatoes, peas, bread, fruit. Menu not provided. Menu not provided. through buyouts and early retire-Salisbury steak, mashed Corn dog, vegetable, dessert, ice Grilled cheese sandwich, soup, . ments, The Detroit News report- Junior high Pizza salad fruit brownie potatoes, corn, roll, ice juice& Taco, peas, fruit, pudding pop. cream. , , , . vegetables, juice. . ed, citing unidentified sources. Central Cheeseburger, pickle, French fries, fruit. Barchetta pizza, salad, fruit. Pork cutlet, mashed potatoes, vegetables. Macaroni and cheese. vegetables, fruit, bread. Menu not provided. .. Layoffs also are possible. But GNI probably won ' t add to the list East Hot dog, chips, corn, fruit. Pizza, cole slaw, fruit, cookie. potatoes sandwich fruit Hamburger gravy, mashed , , . Turkey sandwich, chips, peas, Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, dessert. . sandwich, vegetableuit. of about two dozen North Ameri- , fruit. , Taco can plants it intends to close over West Pizza, vegetable, fruit. Hot dog, fries, fruit. salad, crackers, corn, fruit. Ham patty, vegetables, fruit. Menu not provided. the next two or three years, the Ham or bologna sandwich, Sausage patty or peanut butter Pizza or chicken salad sandwich, Hamburger gravy, mashed Chicken patty sandwich or sources said. Margaretta H.S. chicken nuggets, bread, sandwich, bacon cheeseburger. baked potato with topping. potatoes, fish or ham sandwich. hamburger. The additional 50,000 jobs GM Ham sandwich, salad, fruit, juice Sausage patty sandwich, hash Hamburger gravy, mashed Chicken patty sandwich, fries, . now plans to wipe out exclude Bogart bar. browns, fruit, cookie. Pizza, vegetabe, fruit, dessert. potatoes, roll, fruit jell. fruit, frosted graham. positions at plants that its parts- Ham sandwich, vegetable, fruit, Sausage patty sandwich, hash Hamburger gravy, mashed Chicken patty sandwich, fries, fruit, making Automotive Components Townsend , juice bar. browns, fruit, cookie. Pizza, salad, fruit, dessert. potatoes, roll, fruit jello. frosted graham. . Group is closing or selling, the Spaghetti, vegetable, fruit, garlic Turkey slice, mashed potato, Chicken sandwich, potato, fruit, Taco salad, fruit, vegetable, . News said. Old Fort bread. vegetable, fruit, bread. Pizza. fruit, vegetable, sandwich. vegetable. sandwich. . GM reportedly outlined its Ham sandwich, vegetable, pretzel, Hamburger noodle cassserole, Hot do fries fruit Fish sandwich, buttered noodles, accelerated downsizing plan for Sacred Heart Pizza salad, fruit. fruit. corn. roll, fruit g, , . stewed tomatoes, fruit. . United Auto Workers officials, St. Ann Taco, refried beans, fruit. Cook's choice. Pizza, vegetable, fruit. Turkeyburger, salad, fruit, jello Beef gravy, mashed potatoes, with whom the automaker is , , cake. biscuits, peas. .. .. negotiating a three-year con- St. Josep h rounds, fruit, dessert. SJCC Chicken sandwich, potato Meatball sandwich, corn, fruit, ice Chicken, mashed potatoes, salad, Beef croissant (H.S.), hot dog cream cup. bread. (GS.), fruit, vegetable, cookie. Pizza, peas, pears, chips. tract. The automaker has told the , UAW it wants to cut 67,000 of the S hoot of Hope dessert. Hamburger, fries, vegetable, Chili, cornbread, cheese chunks, Sub sandwich, baked beans, it. iit. Hamburger gravy, mashed Macaroni and cheese, sandwich. 1003,000 targeted jobs duri c ng that fruit, , schps, fru potatoes, vegetables, graham. vegetable sticks, fruit. Pizza or beef sandwich. Turkey or ham and cheese Hamburger gravy or salisbury Grilled cheese or hot dog, soup, Sub sandwich or pizzaburger, 1 all ee-year period, the News said. All I can say is that we re still . Vanguard Woodmore beans. fruit, Pizza, corn, fruit, dessert. , bargaining," union spokesman vegetable. fruit. Hamburger, baked frosted graham. sandwich, fries, dessert. Cook's choice. steak sandwich. .. chips, fruit jell. baked beans, fruit: Taco, vegetables, muffin, fruit. Hot dog, tater tots, fruit, cookie. Reg McGee said. , . ,,,-..,,, 1 , ,1

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