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MUG or BOWL SET
This scientifically tested
tempered glass is several
times more resistant to
physical and thermal shocks
than non-tempered glass.
Plaster Molding and
Everything you need to mold and
paint models of your favorite Polly
Pocket® characters. Set includes
4 models to make and paint.
For ages 6 and older.
4 - 10 oz. Mugs OR
4 - 6" diameter Bowls
Pencils with Pencil Cup
Reg. $9.99 set
Pack includes: 48 pencils with
erasers and 1 pencil cup.
Pencils have No. 2 HB bonded
lead. Great for a mid school
Kit contains: 2 die cut ready-to-
decorate dinosaurs • 3 bottles of
GlueColors®. Easy to follow
instructions.. Non-toxic - Made in USA.
Premium quality 18-
10 stainless steel •
energy efficient base
• Easy-grip, stay-cool
handles • Mirror
polished gold trim •
Easy to cook with,
easy to clean.
Tooth Whitener & Cleanser
with CalproxTM for Whiter Teeth!
Totally unique EpiSmileTM does more
than clean your teeth. It actually
whitens your teeth for the dazzling
smile you have always wanted.
Also contains fluoride.
HA CHOO GAME
Tops & Bottoms
from Imagination Plus, Inc.
A game to make you feel better! Its no fun
to be sick, but it is fun to sneeze your way
to victory in the feel-good game of Ha-
Choo. It's not just fun - its educational.
Learn about good foods and medicine.
For ages 4 and up.
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Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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8 digit readout • Dual Power
• Lightweight • Ultra-Thin
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Warm Waffle Knit.
Shrinkage controlled. Premium
cotton blend. Unconditional
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Reg. $12.99 each
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HUNTER'S SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER
30887 Orchard Lake Rd. • S. of 14 Mile • Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Variations is now open to the public
We have been manufacturing custom furniture & cabinets for
over 25 years exclusively for retail stores and designers. Now
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An All-Time Family Favorite
Includes: Official size vinyl tetherball, 96"
braided nylon rope, all-weather painted
steel pole standing 84" above ground with
10" ground sleeve, and official game rules.
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DAVID SYME AND HIS BAND
BAND or SOLO
NOW AVAILABLE FOR WEDDINGS
David Syme's EIGHT recordings available
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Computer Work Stations • Occasional Tables
We Deliver and Install
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Ph. (810) 684-1221
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NOW appearing Wednesday evenings at
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Hear David Syme LIVE on WHND, 560 on the
AM Dial, every Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Winter winds and whirling
snowflakes might inspire you to
cook up a large pot of home-
made soup," says Sylvia Treit-
man, a home economist for the
Michigan State University Ex-
tension Service of Oakland
"But," she warns, "improper
cooling can be a potential source
of food poisoning."
An old wife's tale has made
people believe that it's not a
good idea to put hot food in the
refrigerator until it is thor-
oughly cooled. The fear is it
might turn sour.
This myth is confusing and
dangerous, Ms. Treitman says.
"Leaving food out longer than
two hours is a real no-no.
"We get lots of calls from dis-
tressed cooks who have acci-
dentally fallen asleep and left
their large pot of cooked food sit-
ting out all night because they
were afraid to put it into the re-
frigerator too soon."
Here are some easy and quick
ways to cool food safely:
* Take a large pot off a burn-
er when food is cooked. Stir en-
tire contents with a large utensil
frequently during first 10 min-
utes of cooling.
* Set a large pot of cooked
food in a sink or large pan of ice
water to hasten cooling.
* Divide contents of pot into
several smaller containers no
deeper than about two inches.
* Refrigerate the smaller con-
tainers quickly allowing plenty
of space in the refrigerator for
air circulation. If food is to be
frozen, divide into freezer con-
_tainers and allow ample space
in the freezer. Food should be
*Do not leave cooked food out
until it cools completely by it-
self. It might take many hours
for a large pot of soup to cool and
by that time it might be conta-
minated by bacteria, which
could cause food poisoning.
For more information, call the
Food and Nutrition Hotline at
The normal deadline for
local news and publicity
items is noon Thursday, eight
days prior to issue date. The
deadline for birth an-
nouncements is 10 a.m.
Monday, four days prior to
issue date; out-of-town obit-
uaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday, three
days prior to issue, date.