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Area News/Tidbits THE DAILY GLOBE,.Jronwood, Ml — Wednesday, June 24.1998 Page 4 Every moustache has meaning in Turkey ^ • - ' _ __._i_ ' *~._ fn.-m ttfit*+m us rtf A A 1O1 ANKARA, Turkey (AT) — From a pile«of books at his barber shop, Goksel Ayrancigil picki out a catalogue of moustache styles. "The leftist* will go for this one. ... Thta one is more for the intellectual, M Ayrancigil said, pointing at models. Turkish men wear their moustaches not only to show off their manhood but also to express their political ideology: long and pointy for the right wing, scruffy for the left and beard-attached for the Islamic. "A lot of thought goes into the shape of a moustache," Ayran- cigil J«aid. "We have to he careful because customers do not want to be identified with the wrong crowd!" ' . • Facial hair long has been a popular way for Turkish men to show their political leanings. Lately, however, their barber- shop requests have become even more significant. Turkey, overwhelmingly Muslim, has had a secular system for the past 75 yearn. But growing calls for a larger Islamic role in government have led to tension among secular and religious Turks. Last year, the secular mil= ~ iLary forced Turkey's first Islamic-led government to resign. Since then, the state has taken measures to curb Islamic influences, including banning women from wearing headscarves in public offices and schools ami cracking down on suspected members of radical Islamic groups. Earlier this month, pro-Islamic students clashed violently with security forces in protesting a ban on wearing their- style, of beard at universities. Islamic supporters can be spot- Deaths That's the camel in the middle: He remembers when the circus hit Saxon Compiled byJTJh* Globe Staff Big top times A recent Tidbits item about the •circus coming to Saxon, Wis.. sparked a response from town historian George Baker. ' Baker remembers when the circus arrived in Saxon around 1936. He produced a photo to ver- jfy it. ! "An kid», we helped around the pnimals and my friend, Leonard plune, who now lives in Hurley, and myself took a came! out for exercise. He drank so much water that I suggested we take him to the water tank downtown, where the ore trains used to get water," Baker recalls. We won't reveal... ...Baker's age here, but he guesses the boys were about 16 when the photo was taken, Tidbits readers can do the math. The back of the photo identifier Leonard Bluse and.George Baker, with the crack, That'* the camelin the middle." Thi« yea**" circus....will come to the Iron County Fairgrounds at Saxon on Tuesday, June 30, at 5 and 7 p.m. We're not sure if George will be taking cnre of the camels thi» time around, but we'd bet hell be there. Perfect In Phoenix Justin M. .Ravelli, son of Mike and Sherry Ravelli, a student in electronic engineering technology, of Phoenix, earned academic honors at DeVry Institute for the 1997-98 school year. Ravelli earned a 4.0 grade- point average for the schtx>l year. DeVry offers bachelor's degrees in electronics engineering technology, business administration, telecommunications rnanage- me/it, accounting, computer information systems and technical management nnd an associate degree program in electronics. The musical revue of the GRP- produced musical; "The Stars Come Out," opens Friday, with shows on Saturday and Sunday. Show time in at 7;30 p\m. (CST) and ticket* are available at the Ironwood Theatre office, The Wil- dernest and at the box office an hour before the performance. For additional information, call the Theatre office at 932-0618. Graduate* Darin and Elizabeth Laabu received master's of education degrees in teaching and learning from Saint Mary's University at its May 9 commencement in Winona, Minn. Both also earned 4.0 grade- point average*. The M.Ed, in teaching and learning ia an innovative, learning community-based program for cla»«room teachers baaed on the National Board for Profe»- •ional Teaching Standards. The Jackpot™ . ...in the multutate Big Game lottery grew to $13 million when none of the ticket* cold for the latest drawing matched all five lotto numhera and the Big Money Ball number (See Page 2). Two geccnd-prize winners won $150,000 in Tuesday night's $11 million drawing, matching all five 5/50 numbers but not the Big Money Bait number. • Twenty-six players matched four of the five lotto numbers, plus the Big Money Ball number. Those ticket* are each worth $5,000. The next drawing will be Friday. Maureen O'Sulfivan PHOENDC (AP) — Maureen O'Sullivan, who starred as Jane in Tarzan films and played the mother to real-life daughter Mia . Farrow in "Hannah and Her Sia- ters," died Monday, She was 87. Miss CVSullivan's screen credits include "Anna Karenina" and "Cardinal Richelieu" in 1935 and "Pride and Prejudice" five year* later. On the New York stage, '•he wa» in "Never Too Late" in 1962 and "Morning's at Seven" in 1980. • The Irish-born beauty wa» 18 and had no acting training when «he was discovered , by Frank Borrage, who directed her in "Song O'My Heart." She made her first appearance as the scantily clad Jane in 1932'« Tarzan the Ape Man." Other film* include Tarzan and Hi« Mate," 1934; and Tarzan's Secret Treasure," 1941. In 1948, the appeared in The Big Clock," which waa directed by her first husband, the screenwriter and director John Farrow. She was in the first of the popular Thin Man" movies that starred William Powell and Myrna Loy and played the lead of the romantic subplot in the Marx Brothers' classic "A Day at the Races," 1937. In the 1990s, a seven-minute scene that had been cut out of Tarzan and His Mate" — showing Jane (a body double for Miss O'Sullivan) ;swimming nude underwater — was restored. Even 'without it, some viewers were shocked by the character 1 * scanty costume. In 1985, she appeared with daughter Mia in Woody Allen'* "Hannah and Her Sisters," playing the mother of her daughter's character. In 1992, when the breakup of Farrow's long romance with Allen made headline*, Mis* O'Sullivan denounced Allen a* a "despernta and evil man." Other notable film appearances were 1965's "Never Too Late" — a role she had originated three years earlier on the stage — and "Peggy Sue Got Married" in 1986. She wan briefly a regular on the Today" show in 1964 and acted in television shows such as The Guiding Light" in 1984 and The Great Houdinis" in 1976. Maurice Sorrell WASHINGTON (AP) — Maurice Sorrell, who captured the history of the civil rights movement on film and who was the first black person to gain admission to the prestigious White House Photographers Association, died June 22. He was 84. SorreHV work carried him through the South during the height of the civil rights era, where he photographed the legendary march from Montgomery to Seima, Ala., led by Martin Luther King, Jr. He worked as a news photographer for the Johnson Publishing Company Inc., publisher of the black magazines Jet and Ebony, in its Washington bureau from 1962 until his retirement in 1993. In 1961, Sorrell joined the White House Photographers Association. Sorrell began photographing in 1946, and accepted a position at the Pentagon in 1955, but was only allowed to work in the darkroom because of racial segregation. He left two yearn later to work an a free-lancer. Last year, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the African American Photographers Association. Meeting date changed The Hurley Police Commission meeting will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Hurley City Hall. Please note change in time. ted a mile, away from their full moustache nnd board, trimmed in a semicircle at the bottom. Others go for the thin, short moustache worn by former Prime Minister NocmeUin Erbakan, who was pressured out of power last year. . Many leftists will, oh the other hand, keep their moustaches long and scruffy, Stalin-style. Another favorite of the left-wing intellectual is the thin and slightly upturned moustache, usually accompanied by a goatee, ..'... .'Kenan.Si'vaci, a fitness instruc- tor, for years wore a long pointy moustache that drooped downward. It's a nostalgic style once worn by the old Turkic warriors ofAsia. "1 was a right-wing student then," he explained. Moustache* and beards are forbidden in the military, while public servants can wear only smartly kept moustaches. The moustache serves as a uniform," said Coskun San, a sociology professor, at .Ankara University. "H allows the wearer to show the outside world that he belongs to a communjty, and to prove to his community that he is committed to its norms." The recent ban on Islamic-style beards at'universities wasn't the first time the state stepped in on Turks'shaving habits. After a coup in 1980, the generals banned university professors from growing beards, then the symbol of left-wing intellectuals. Several professorsresigned in protest of the decision. There are, of course, some Turkish men who choose no moustache at all. But the clean-shaven look also can carry meaning; it remains a favorite with Western-looking pro-secular youth and businessmen. 198J 1998 PUBUC RADIO ru/s ^ THt ^ WXPR WANTS TO KNOW WHAT KIND OF MUSIC YOU LIKE. •CLASSICAL M-F9 a.m. 1 p.m.; Sat. 5 p.m.-11 p.m. •FOLK Mon.-Thurs. 7 p.m.-10 p.m. •JAZZ Sun. 1 p.m.-4p.m., 5-Midnight •BLUES Fri, 6 p.m.-Midnight •BIG BAND Mon.-Fri. 1 p.m.-4 .pm. •BLUEGRASS Sat. Noon-4 p.m. •NEW AGE Mon.-Thurs. 6 p.m.-7 p.m. •POLKA Sat. 6 a.m. 9 a.m. • ADULT ALTERNATIVE Mon.-Thurs. 10 p.m.-Midnight •CELTIC Thurs. 9 p.m.-10 p.m. Find it on independent, listener-supported WXPR Public Radio Plus 91/7FN1 Rhinelander 100.9 FM Iron wood For a free program guide Call 715-362-6000 e-mail at wxprQwxpr.org on the wtb at wvna.wxpr.org Rehearsal* for... ...the Gogebic Range Player* production of "The Stara Come Out" are in full swing. Additional GRP stars havo joined the previously announced performer*. They include Debbie Wnhlberg, Larry Hopkins, Jodi Gerry, James Romans, Kim Pavlovich and Julia Luppino. A children's chorus will also appear on Htngc.'featuring'songs from "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." Children nppearing are Amanda Alvi>y, Erica Alvey, Shane Alvey, Lindsay Bennett*, E.G.- Byrne, Mac Byrne, Michael Byrne, Courtney Gcrtz, Nikki Heikkila, Elainn Ilminen, Julia Luppino, Asihtey Negro, AJisha Salli, Leanne Wennelhoft and ElUm Wysxling. The four lads from "Forever Plaid" will also appear. . . in for » xn in in <>r fan! : CASINO Check it out Be sure to check out the concourse nrea of the Ironwood Theatre. The GRP hn* decorated the area with m«m<*nto» and photo* of the cast, crew and stag* from the l.'i musical*, There are. Iota of picture* from the lafft H year* and a real »enM) of pride in what |h« GRP ha* ac- complinhcd over thw year*. , HAPPEXIXUS! 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