Undenhurst is proud of the en- tire Dynamo U soccer team for a great season! Good luck to these five players and coaches Smith and Nichols as they embark on the regional finals in Indianapolis Aug. Meanwhile, the LF-7 Dynao boys team also competed in Usle, only to fall one goal short of the regionals in Indianapolis. The Deckers had mechanical problems with their Oldsmo- bile in the season finale on August 1, relegating them to watching the fea- ture event from the infield and fin- ishing last. Talbert and Rigert's car wound up going head-first into the ffont wall of the last straightaway by the finish line while receiving the white flag in- dicating the final lap was up.
Baiiey and Burian, who were handling the gas person duties for the first time ever, made up a three- quarter lap deficit to take the check- ered flag. Ross Johnson, the father from Salem, and Tim Johnson, his son, from Burlington, ended up sec- ond in the race and runner-up in season points standings. The father-son team of Dan and Derrick Tanski of Sii ver Lake finished third in the feature, while the duo of Talbert and Rigert winning their heat race. Ken "Dr. Tooth" Johnson, the Antioch Dental Center racing den- tist, scored his second mini-modified feature win of the season.
Hermie Schultz of Silver Lake won the heat. John Janssen of Genoa City stopped Fahl's overall win streak at six by taking the heat race. Point leader Tommy Sexton of Anti- och, after winning a qualifying heat race earlier, placed fifth. Gumee's Tony Engels, who posted the fastest qualifying time among the 47 sprint cars, claimed sixth place. Fans, competitors and crew members alike are asked by Promoter Andy Calin to bring a can or non-perishable food item.
Marine Corps in col- lecting toys for the Toys ForTots hol- iday campaign. Wilmot plans a coat drive at the track In September to help homeless and less fortunate people keep warm during the fall and winter months. Wilmot Speedway will be repre- sented in a pair of community activ- ities this weekend. Plans are to have a sprint car displayed as well. Also taking place this Saturday, from 10 a.
The free fair is at the church grounds, one-quarter mile north of Route on Deep Lake Road in Antioch. A race car show, children's and "kids at heart" games, refreshments and other family-oriented activities are planned. Activities begin at 1 p. The car show will last until 9 p. The event is free and the public, especially children, are invited to at- tend. Watch Lakeland Newspapers for further information. To enter, contact Wonder Lake's Zac Deeringer expanded his point lead in the super stocks at Lake Geneva Raceway on July 31 by taking the win in the fea- ture event. Genoa City's John Janssen, second in season points, was runner-up.
Oth- er top finishers included Gary's Bob Koidahl 10th while Wauconda's Jim Hughes won the semi-feature and heat race. Point leader and fast qualifier Scott Poritz of Burlington, Wis. Landry Potter of Delavan, Wis. Schill, from Franklin, leads Darnell 2,, Clayton Kruse won the Legend cars feature. Lake Geneva hosts stadium mo- tocross at 8 p. Super late models, super stocks, sportsman and sport trucks are scheduled for this Saturday, beginning at p. Seven-time champion and point leader Russ Schefiler of Waukesha, Wis.
After this weekend, the IRA takes almost two weeks off, allowing several competitors to Journey to KnoxvilJe Iowa Raceway for the an- nual nationally televised nationals August Watch the column for updates on Lakeland area sprint car competitors heading to Knoxville.
My final trip to Elkhart Lake's Road America four-mile course proved enjoyable as always. The an- nual Brian Redman International Challenge for historic and vintage race cars saw over competitors. Watch for some surprise an- nouncements regarding the Road America schedule to be re- leased sometime after January 1: 1! He is a ten year lifetime member of the Inner Circle Club.
Membership is awarded for outstanding sales and service of life insurance. We are proud to have Timothy representing the Pekin Insurance companies and serving the needs of the people in his community. Lake's :ourse hean- tional Intage itors. Antloch scored 10 runs in the bottom of the third Inning to take a lead, and never looked back en route to a victory.
Chuckle Kempf and Royce Ap- pelgren combined their pitching ef- forts for the win, with outstanding defense in the field and timely hitting from the entire team to backing them up. Antioch was in the tournament and will represent Antl- och at the State Tournament in Robinson, IL This is first team from Antioch Youth Baseball to win a Sec- tional Tournament and advance to a State Tournament since the leagues inception 35 years ago.
Early Chicago for riathlon The Mrs. T's Chicago Triathlon, the world's largest triathlon, has al- ready received 1, entries for the race, which is set for Aug. Race organizers are encouraging in- terested participants to register as early as possible to be assured a spot in the competition. Last year's race closed 10 days be- fore the event when over 4, entries had been received.
While the partictr pant field has been Increased to 5, for this year's race, Race Director Jan CaiUe expects the race to close early for the second straight year.
For more information on the Mrs. T's Chicago Triathlon, call or to register on-line visit www. The Mrs. The 17th annual Mrs. T's Chica- go Triathlon is the climax of a week- end which highlights multi-sport competition. Competitors and mutisport fans alike are also welcome to attend the Endurox multisport expo at the Hilton Chicago and Towers on Aug. ACHS girls golf to begin Aug. Double-session practices during the entire first week will start at 7 a,m.
Spring Valley golf course is lo- cated in Salem, Wis. In order to begin practice, each golfer must have a current physical exam on file, along with properly completed Athletic Clearance Form. Any girl interested in learning to play golf should plan to attend the practice sessions. There are also a limited number of starter golf club sets available for golfers to use dur- ing the season. Wapon also indicat- ed that any parents or golfers with questions should not hesitate to call Antioch High School at , ext. Warren Jr. Boys 18 singles Semis Bryan Pulido Gurnee def. Jason Love Antioch , Finals Bryan Pulido def.
Larder and Smplcich', , Consolation Mitchell and Zorich def. Lazars- ki and Love-Default year-old All-stars The year-old Antioch all- star team lost a close game against Norridge The were in the tournament Cation Babe!!! The catchy slogan used by the Antioch Youth Baseball year-old all-star team, C'mon Babe, seemed to work won- ders this year as the team is making It a season to remem- ber!
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Virtually everyone Is susceptible, as the age of your car and Its location appear to have little bearing on who will be victimized. In fact, the 10 most stolen vehicles in the country are at least four years old and are snatched from personal dri- veways, neighborhood streets and shopping mall and city. But you can lower your risk of losing your car — or at least ease the sting — if yah put the following advice into practice; Before You Leave Home Make sure you have a record of all perti- nent information regarding your vehicle stored safely at home, that includes the make, model, year, a copy of the registration, Vehicle Identification Number VIN , license plate number, insurance company and poli- cy number.
Also save the receipts for all major work done on the car. The easier your car and its parts are to identify, the better. Have the VIN etched on. Drop your business card under floor mats and down through window slots so they rest hidden between the door panels. This makes it easier to iden- tify the car as yours should the' police recov- er it. Invest in an anti-theft device. They run the gamut in price, so find one that fits your budget.
Remember, the theory here is that something Is better than nothing. You can choose among alarms, steering wheel and ignition locks, vehicle tracking systems, key- less entries, locking gas caps and fuel "kill" switches. When Parking It should go without saying, but never leave a running vehicle unattended.
Always lock your car, and take your keys with you — no matter how quickly you'll returnl Close the windows completely including the sun-.
This will make it harder for potential thieves to tow your car. Park in well-lit areas where vehicle and foot traffic will deter theft, and don't leave a key hidden on the vehicle. Carry any spares in your purse or wallet. Place any valuables -- packages, cell phones, radios, purses, briefcases, laptop computers — out of sight locked in the trunk is best or take them with you. II You Should Become an Unfortunate Victim Contact the police immediately, offering information about the location, the time you left your vehicle and when you returned, and any identifying marks on the car, such as VIN etching on the windows, doors and accessories.
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Excellent condition. Call or leave message. Side-impact and "smart" passenger air bags, as well as run-flat tires, electronic trac- tion control and adaptive cruise control are examples of new technology safety features in high demand. Anti-lock braking systems remain the most desired safety feature among consumers surveyed, with 93 percent reporting they want this fea- ture on their next vehicle.
While light trucks in general, but specifi- cally SUVs and pickups, are equipped with an increasing level of creature comforts, many still lack the latest safety and new technology features found in their car counterparts.
Fea- tures such as side-impact and "smart" pas- senger air bags, run-flat tires and hybrid transmissions continue to emerge on luxury vehicles, yet are virtually non-existent across the light truck segments. More than 40, owners of and early release model-year vehi- cles were asked which features they currently have,vvhich features they want on their next vehicles, and how much they are willing to pay for them. Returning to review tjie car in fi- nal form, he provides this description of the new model from a design perspec- tive.
Exterior Design "One of the first things that becomes apparent when you look at the new LeSabre is its improved stance, the way the body sits on its new; wider tread. The new LeSabre also conveys a sense of sub- stance. It looks solid and strong, a car that a lot of people will like. The new LeSabre looks faithful, true, strong, safe, and absolutely reliable. Yet it's sleek and nice looking without being stodgy. There's a certain elegance in the roofline and the way the car is carefully detailed.
The fenders flank this central oval form somewhat like epaulets. That crease continues all the way to the rear bumper, which is cut low in the center portion to drop'the lift- over height as low as possible for conve- nient trunk loading. It's purposely a little less formal than Park Avenue. The oval grille with vertical tex- ture is immediately recognizable as Buick. Wall-to-wall taillamps are another divisional cue. The execution of the li- cense plate surround with the integrated back-up lamps is an evolution of the cur- rent LeSabre design but significantly more prominent, thanks to the top and bottom chrome wings.
The headlamps use clear lenses with very clean looking parabolic reflectors. Each car shares a family resemblance but also upon closer inspection has a very dis- tinctive look. In the recent past, Park Av- enue and LeSabre were very close cousins as far as exterior design. But it's clear with this new model that each one is taking on very different overall charac- teristics. Except for the aluminum wheels provided in the LeSabre's Gran Touring package, it will share nothing visually with the Park Avenue in the model year.
They do want state-of-the- art. They want modern conveniences in a style appropriate to their taste. So we've made the new LeSabre not only better looking but also functionally superior to the car it replaces. That contin- ues into the roof where two gutters — one a couple of inches In from the door opening, the other a rubber seal that stands up when the door is opened — guard against water raining down on oc-.
The back glass is fitted with channels similar to those used around the windshield for the same purpose. Calf Today, Drive Today. The side molding theme from the door area is re- peated in front and rear bumper fascias for continuity's sake.
Like wide, front and rear marker lamps both have five small reflex fingers to help Identify the corners of the car with a continuous design ele- ment. Interior Design "The most distinctive interior feature is the instrument panel that wraps neatly into the door design. The wrap-around treatment lends a spacious feeling which is particularly appreciated by Buick cus- tomers. It also imparts a sense of confi- dence that you're surrounded by a safe, substantial automobile.
When the Instru- ment panel and the doors are tied togeth- er aesthetically, you feel like there's one continuous structure instead of a collec- tion of individual parts. They definitely want just one cockpit for all front passengers, not twin side-by-side cockpits. You see, Buick owners actually drive anduse their cars regularly on long trips. They think nothing of a mile day trip or 1, miles over two days to is It the kids In college or ex- tended family members. Demonstrator Sell-Off 6. Showroom Condition '91 Wagon.
Set dealer for details. NO CREorr? The surrounding beauty of mother nature sets the mood for one of the most memorable days in any couples' lives. White origami doves hung from the trees and "Pachebel Canon in D" serenaded the family members and friends as they awaited the young bride.
Wearing a traditional white satin chiffon dress and white babies breath in her hair, instead of a veil, the bride was escorted by her father, James Burcham, out the back door of the beloved home she had spent a majority of her life growing up In. The proud father and glowing bride walked down the long backyard through the grass to the lakeside altar where the groom and the bridal party awaited dressed in black tuxedo's and The outdoor wedding of Rachel Burcham and Matthew Wilson above went on as planned despite rain earlier in the day.
The site of the wedding, on Long Lake, is also the home of the bride's parents. Left: Wilson. Far left: Rachel Burcham greets guests at her July wedding, held on the lawn of her parents' home. All were barefoot, adding to the uniqueness of this garden wedding. Underneath a white archway "at the edge of Long Lake, secluded and intimate, with the waves crashing on the shore and a breeze dancing through the trees, Racheland Matthew were married by the honorable Judge David Hall, of Waukegan. Jennivee Lange, the bride's mother, made the bride's dress as well as the bridesmaids and flower girl's dresses, with the designs and request's of Rachel's liking.
The dresses were very simple, yet elegant. Lange, in regards to the bride's dress, said, "It is definitely an outdoor dress. No sleeves, rounded neck and appliqueed butterflies on the train. The ceremony resembled that of a piece of art work that Claude Monet could have easily captured in a painting.
Planning for this wedding was anything but simple. Outdoor weddings are unique, but unpredictable weather can add challenges to the already intricate planning. Where do you rush more than guests and the bridal party when the rain escapes from the clouds and literally dampens your parade? Always make sure there is a back-up plan if the weather does al- ter the arrangements. The planning began after Rachel and Matthew's January en- gagement. Planning for this unforgettable day meant detailing the back yard with dozens of flowers and making sure that the grass was watered reg- ularly to prevent any withering or scorching by the summer's heat wave.
Pam Adams, special events coor- dinator at Cuneo Museums in Ver- non Hills, has been coordinating gar- den weddings for two seasons and has seen a wide variety of unique outdoor wedding ceremonies. One perk to having an outdoor wedding, Is the option to go barefoot. Rachel Burcham and Matthew Wilson put their best feet forward for their July nup- tials. She said, "You have to be a good sport. You have to know you are tak- ing your chances. The ceremony is held amidst rose gardens, a columned walkway overlooking the swimming pool and in the foreground of the Cuneo mansion.
They each have their own flavor and visions," Adams said.
Adams commented that garden weddings are more relaxed than tra- ditional church ceremonies, howev- er they require remembering many more details. She suggested that when plan- ning a garden wedding, dress ac- cordingly, meaning the bride is not required to wear spiked heels and the groom is not obligated to wear the traditional three-piece suit.
Then from there set the budget. The newly married Wilson's added one last unique detail to their wedding — a boat escort to the recep- tion in place of the traditional limo. As with any marriage comes the long awaited honeymoon. The Wilson's inaugurated the beginning of their life together by sailing into the sunset on the foot schooner, the "Western Union" in Key West, Fla.
You don't want to offend some Important people who are involved in the conversation. A dose friend wanis to go out with you thts weekend. Make time for him or her. This Is worth the extra effort. Turn to loved ones for help if you need it. A close friend wants your advice about a romantic problem. Think before you speak, because he or she Is hanging on your every word.
Be prepared for it. Don't go into this without doing any research, or you could miss out on a potentially lucrative op- portunity, A loved one gets Into trouble and needs your help. Do what you can for him or her. Try to stay calm, and voice your opinions rationally. That's the only way to make your point. The person whom you've been seeing Is going through a dif- ficult time this week. Try to be supportive. Virgo plays a key role. A close friend turns to you for advice about a personal problem.
While you want to help, don't. He or she needs to work this out alone. That special someone takes you out tor a night on the town this weekend. Enjoy your- self, because you deserve it. Don't let them down. Work diligently to get things done — even If that means canceling personal plans. Your elforts will be rewarded down the line. A loved one gives you an unexpected gift. Look at all of the pros and cons first Don't be Impetuous. Remember, you're look- ing out for your own best Interest. A loved one Invites you to a family gathering. Say yes, be- cause It's sure to be fun.
This person really Isn't mad at you; he or she Is just having a bad day. Listen to him or her vent Your attention will be appreciated. An acquaintance asks to bor- row money. Think about how reliable this person Is before agreeing. You have an easy schedule and a light workload. Take some time for yourself, and do things that you haven't been able to enjoy for a while. Take advantage of this downtime, because things will get hectic soon. Aquarius plays an Important role on Wednesday. Don't lei those around you distract you from the tasks at hand. Work diligently to get things done.
Even though you think that no one Is paying attention, someone Is. Your efforts will be rewarded. A loved one needs a shoulder to cry on. Be there for him or her. He or she is trying to look good at your expense. Stand up for your- self. The higher-ups will know that you're telling the truth. That special someone is ex- ceptionally quiet this week. Do your best to find out what's wrong. Do what you can for him or her — even If It involves a lot of work. He or she would do the same for you. I never noticed this until recent- ly, but there is something about Blarney Island that inspires strong feelings of patriotism in some of the folks who visit there.
Blarney Island, in case you are one of the "uninitiated," is a tavern built in the middle of Grass Lake. You can either steer and dock your own boat there or you can buy a ride on the shuttle barge that runs out to the island regularly from the Port of Blar- ney marina on shore. Personally, when thinking about my prior visits to Blarney Island, I can honestly say that the word "patri- otism" never before entered my mind.
Exhibitionism, hedonism, voyeurism, or alcoholism, maybe, but never "patriotism. Lincoln and his wife had invited us to accom- pany them, along with another cou- ple, out to Blarney Island on a recent Saturday to hear a band they liked. Actually, this was the second trip out to the island in two weeks for both Lincoln and my husband who, by sheer coincidence, is sometimes called "Abe" by his friends.
Lincoln and Abe, along with several other gentlemen and I use the term "gen- tlemen" loosely in this story had been to Blarney Island just one week before, where they enjoyed VIP seat- ing for the Miss Chain O' Lakes bikini contest. For those of you who have never seen this contest I'm with you , "Abe" informs me that It-requires the- contestants to parade In front of the judges and audience in various attire: daywear, evening wear and, the in- disputable crowd favorite, thong bikinis. However, unlike other beauty contests, the entrants do not have to answer any questions nor do they have to display any talents, at least none that I would like to describe in detail here.
Anyway, it was from the bikini contest experience that these patriot- ic feelings seemed to "spring up". As Lincoln showed us some pictures from the prior week's outing, he was practical- ly bursting with. Damn, I love my country! Where else could you find a place like Blarney Island? All I can say is God bless America! She was wearing a red, white and blue bikini, and 1 do believe that if there had been more material, it could have been a flag.
An itsy bitsy, teeny weeny little flag, but still a flag. In fact, it appeared as though they were saluting the flag-covered contestant and I use the word "cov- ered" loosely. Of course, they salute a little differently here on the is- land—usually by raising whichever hand is holding a cold, alcoholic bev- erage and yelling, "Salute!
Into a patriotic mood, I mean. But isn't our country dedicat- ed to the proposition that "all men are created equal? And neither are those," we gleefully informed Mr. He remained statesmanlike. You're not comparing apples with apples. Or in this case, cantaloupes. Several of those women have had surgical en- hancements. Who carcs? As far as they were concerned, all women are created equal, no matter where their.
Still, we weren't convinced. We decided to put their beliefs to the test "Okay, 'fellas, then how about this. They love us just the way we are, or 2. With a boat, they can make more trips to Blarney Island to soak up some,. More likely, however, the answer is 3: They were afraid if they an- swered "surgical enhancement," we would assume they were unhappy with our present. Amazing, isn't It? A couple days at Blarney Island, and everyone's a politician.
Must be the thongs. Questions or comments for humorist Donna Abear can be sent to P. Box , Antioch, 1L ; Bannockbura art show held Watercolor paintings, wood- carvings, unique hand-crafted an- tique button jewelry, photography, woodcarvings, pottery, oil paintings and more will fill the sidewalks of Bannockburn Green during the Bannockbum Art Show presented by the American Society of Artists, a national membership organization, at Bannockbum Green, located at Half- Day Road Route 22 and Waukegan Road Route. You will enjoy the opportunity to watch William Do- bias as he works on his unique wildflower collage works, Pamela Breltberg as she oil paints on pho- tographs and more.
Programs will be available free of charge listing the artists, their medium, and showing their location in the show. Ad- ditional information may be ob- tained from A. SA at3I or by calling Northbrook resident Joanne Chmiel, age 19, will compete in the Dressage division. Last year, Chmiel was part of the Dressage Silver Medal Team In which she competed with a horse that was loaned to her by a teammate. This year Chmiel will go for the gold on her horse; Dominion.
One of Chmiel's teammates will be year-old J. Tate of Fort Atkinson, located in Southeastern Wis. She will compete with her horse, Wjedro, a stallion she purchased in Hungary where she stud- ied classical Dressage for two years. Competing for the first time at the NAYRC are six young riders with physical and mental disabili- ties. Presented in conjunction with ACORD Ameri- can Competition Opportunities for Riders and Dis- abilities , each rider will perform a dressage musical freestyle ride competing for individuals medals and ribbons.
The Farms are widely considered among titers gather for An elegant dance of harmony between horse and rider, the Olympic equestrian discipline of Dressage is one of the key competitions at the North American Young Rider's Champi- onships, being held August , atTempel Farms in Old Mill Creek. Tempel Farms is best known as home to the world's largest privately-owned herd of rare Lipizzan horses, and it is the only place in the world where breeding, training and performance of the "dancing white stallions," as they are known, take place on the same property.
All tickets can be purchased at the event For additional information, call A free brochure listing all classes and descriptions, camp fees, registration and general information is available now by calling There Is no charge for viewing the works of art by local wildlife artist and ecologist Tom Smith. Public view- ing is during operating hours: Mon- Sat, 9 a. Don't miss the opening reception scheduled Sun. For more information, call the Prairieview Education Center at The location will be The Forge Club, S.
Cocktails at p. The cost Is S65 per person with a cash bar. For more information call These will be held in the Rosenwald Cottage in Bowen Park, which Is the first building to the right at the North entrance. There are openings for six adults; three male and three female, for those be- tween the ages of seventeen and seven- ty-five. There are four youth roles; two male and two female, for those between the ages of nine and sixteen. The play will be directed by Richard D. Pope, and all the perform a rices will be held at Provena SL Therese Hospital Auditori- um on the following dates: Oct 17th, Formore Information, please call Parts are available for two men ages and five women ages Auditions will be cold readings from the script.
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Radiofcst, will be held on Fri. The show brings together more than radio and radio ephemera collectors from around the world and offers col- lectors family oriented days of activi- ties Including an open air radio swap market, contests, large Zenith radio display, presentations and auctions. For details, call the Elgin Plaza Motel at Michigan Ave. Students are asked to bring an adjustable camera. For more informa- tion, call the Education Department at Terra Museum at Pro- fessional basket maker Jane Cotter of Rlpon, will be the instructor for the workshop which is set for the week- end of August Trees for Tomorrow Is a natural specialty school offering teacher workshops and adult special interest workshops during the summer.
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Activities take place from 1 1 a. After- wards show off your bear-y best furry friend in the Teddy Bear Showcase on the East Mall, where everyone is a winner. Participants in the showcase will re- ceive goodie bags with teddy bear relat- ed items courtesy of Build-A-Bear. Work- shop and Cherished Teddies. They also will have a chance to receive more prizes courtesy of Cherished Teddies. Guests can test their bears' I. At Bear Buffet learn more about the wild and captive diets of the four species of bears that live at Brookfield Zoo by preparing a "meal" for a bear from a variety of plastic foods.
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