St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Articles from December 28, 1993

After Finding Gallstones, What Should Be Done?
Dear Dr. Donohue: I am 64, a woman in pretty good health. However, awhile back I was having symptoms of kidney problems, so they took X-rays. The kidneys were fine and the problem I was having disappeared - just some temporary glitch, I guess. Anyway,...
A GRAND NEIGHBORHOOD Series: WHERE WE LIVE
FOR A WHILE, it seemed that every time you went by, another bright light in Midtown had burned out. One by one, the movie houses along Grand Boulevard unspooled their final flicks, and the Olive-just-west-of-Grand copy of Garavelli's, which had the best...
Airport Plan Revision Cuts a Runway Proposal Still Takes Chunk of Bridgeton
Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr. outlined on Monday a revised plan for Lambert Field that would still cut west into Bridgeton but would include three runways instead of four.Bosley and Airport Director Leonard Griggs arrived at the plan after studying several...
Airport Plan Revision Drops a Runway Proposal Still Takes Chunk of Bridgeton
Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr. outlined on Monday a revised plan for Lambert Field that would still cut west into Bridgeton but would include three runways instead of four.Bosley and Airport Director Leonard Griggs arrived at the plan after studying several...
All-State Players Named
Duchesne High defender Mark Bickel joined six players from state champion Aquinas-Mercy on the first-ever Eastern Missouri Class 1A-3A All-State Soccer Team.In an effort to give the honor more credibility, the area coaches decided to split from coaches...
Bank Charges Settled Figures in Bcci Case Cough Up $225 Million
A Saudi Arabian financier and his associate have paid $225 million as part of an agreement with U.S. authorities to dismiss charges that they conspired to steal more than $300 million from depositors in the failed Bank of Credit and Commerce International.Under...
Briefcase
ST. LOUIS McDONNELL DOUGLAS Navy's Report On A-12 Delayed Until February</P><P>Over the objections of McDonnell Douglas Corp., the Navy has extended a review concerning the canceled A-12 program until early February.</P><P>The...
Briefs
WorldPHILIPPINESTyphoon Nell Kills 47; 16 MissingTyphoon Nell, which swept across the tPhilippines over the weekend, killed at least 47 people, the government reported Monday.Sixteen people were missing and seven small boats, including ferries, a yacht,...
Briefs
WorldPHILIPPINESTyphoon Nell Kills 47; 16 MissingTyphoon Nell, which swept across the tPhilippines over the weekend, killed at least 47 people, the government reported Monday.Sixteen people were missing and seven small boats, including ferries, a yacht,...
Briefs
MissouriFatal Flood In CaveEngineers To Study Effect Of SubdivisionEngineers from the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District will check records to see whether the construction of a subdivision near Cliff Cave Park contributed to a flash flood that killed...
Buildings Inspector Appointed
St. Charles County Executive Eugene C. Schwendemann has appointed Dave Hammond as county building commissioner.Hammond is the building commissioner for St. Peters and was in charge of the crews that inspected flood-damaged structures this year.If approved...
Bulls Run Again: Dow Jones Sets Another Record
Blue-chip stocks surged ahead Monday, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average to another high.The Dow jumped 35.21 points to 3,792.93, topping the previous record of 3,764.43, set Dec. 13.Trading was extremely light, however, with only 171.2 million...
Business Column
Business BriefsSt. Joseph Health Center's Outpatient Imaging Center has been certified by the American College of Radiology's Mammography Accreditation Program.Businesses in St. Peters will be eligible to receive discounts on membership to the city's...
Buying Low Time Ripe for Japan's Stock
The Japanese economy and stock market are still in the tank, and securities prices may get worse before they get better.Paradoxically, this news suggests that now is the time to give the Japanese market a hard look, many pros say. That means that investors...
Canadiens Bomb Blues 5-Game Win Streak Ends in 5-2 Loss
Thud.After beating the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in one of their best games of the season, the Blues plummeted back to earth Monday night with a 5-2 loss to the defending champion Montreal Canadiens at The Arena.Montreal captain Guy Carbonneau, the game's...
Canadiens Cool Blues 5-Game Win Streak Ends in 5-2 Loss
After the mob of reporters left his office on Monday night, Blues coach Bob Berry angrily addressed an issue that continually haunts the Blues and did so again Monday - shots against.The Blues surrendered 21 in the first period of their 5-2 loss to the...
Can't Pick a Fund? Try a Fund of Funds
It sure sounds like a good idea. Why not do with mutual funds the same thing mutual funds do with stocks?What you get is a multifund, a mutual fund that invests in other funds instead of individual securities or bonds. There are now 21 such funds, the...
Carjacking Results in 2 Arrests
Two people were in custody in St. Charles city jail Monday in connection with a Christmas day carjacking at a carwash in St. Peters.One of the robbery suspects, Alonza T. Slayton, 19, 6319 Julian Avenue, is wanted by St. Louis police on charges of first-degree...
Catching Cold: Freeze Comes Calling to Northern States
The season's strongest blast of frigid air dropped the temperature in northern states to nearly 40 below zero Monday, thickening diesel fuel to jelly in trucks and even forcing hardy Minnesotans to concede it was too cold for a parade."People can freeze...
CBS Won't Use Pucks to Replace Pigskins
Don't expect the sports void created with the departure of the National Football League from CBS to be filled by hockey. At least not any time soon."We have this year and three more with ESPN," said Glenn Adamo, the National Hockey League's vice president...
Chargers Keep Miami's Playoff Plans on Hold San Diego Coasts in High-Scoring Affair
Stan Humphries threw to the right guys and Scott Mitchell didn't, meaning San Diego got its revenge and Miami didn't get its playoff spot.Humphries threw three touchdown passes, two to Anthony Miller, and rookie Natrone Means scored on runs of 1, 65...
Clinton Goes Hunting Ducks and Votes of NRA Members
President Bill Clinton sacrificed a duck to the cause of gun control Monday - traveling to Maryland's Eastern Shore marshes for an early morning image-making exercise with one of the National Rifle Association's leading congressional advocates.As a boy,...
Coaching Roulette: Who's Gone?
Nine teams changed coaches after the 1991 season. Five did so in 1992. But such wide-scale changes don't appear to be in the offing this season. Mike Ditka might have to stay in the broadcast booth another year.The coach placed at the top of the endangered...
Council Will Decide on Housing Plan
The St. Charles City Council will be asked tonight to approve a five-year plan for providing affordable housing.The plan must be revised annually and filed with the federal government so that St. Charles can get Community Development Block Grant money.The...
Credit Card Use Soars, Firms Say
Credit card companies said on Monday that use of their plastic surged this holiday season, with many reporting double-digit percent gains over the comparable period last year.Economists said the sharp rise in usage during the crucial shopping period...
Dave Beck, 99; Headed Teamsters Organizer Built Union into World's Largest
Dave Beck, who rose from "skull and knuckles" union organizing to head the Teamsters union, has died at age 99.Mr. Beck died Sunday (Dec. 26, 1993) at a hospital in Seattle "of old age," Martha Mues, a family friend, said Monday.Mr. Beck was the first...
Demers' Visit Stirs Memories of '86 `Miracle'
Nearly eight years ago in a Los Angeles hotel, a rookie hockey scribe was catching a pregame nap when a knock came at his chamber door.Stumbling awake in his shorts and T-shirt, he opened up to find a worried Inspector Clouseau lookalike."I've been calling...
Dismantling Deer Camp at Season End a Lonely Task
Deer camp was dismantled the other day.It's one of the loneliest sights in the world. Where just a few days ago there was so much laughter and so many hunting yarns told around the fire ring, the place is now empty and silent.It's over for another year,...
Dr. Death Is Really Dr. Euthanasia
The anchor of our local TV news looked into the camera as if she understood what she was saying: "The suicide doctor, Jack Kevorkian, strikes again." Time, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report call Kevorkian "Dr. Death," sometimes in quotes, more often...
Elephants Posing Problem in Kenya Birth Control Needed, Agency Says
As her young calf munched on grass and leaves, Esther stood guard, watching a nearby vehicle suspiciously. She was a majestic African elephant in her prime, probably between 30 and 40 years old, the matriarch of an 11-member group that included her younger...
Experts Seek to Redefine, Get Grip on Homelessness
Kevin unfolds his 6-foot, 3-inch frame into a wooden chair, lights a cigarette, stretches out the legs that earned him a college basketball scholarship - and tells you how he's never really been on his feet.At 31, he's been in and out of jails, jobs,...
Ford Takes Driver's Seat at Mazda to Have More Say in Japanese Firm
With its losses growing and its basic strategy gone awry, Mazda Motor Corp. on Monday made what would have been an unthinkable announcement for a major Japanese automaker just a few years ago: It said it was ceding more control to its largest shareholder,...
Government May Alter Key Inflation Gauge to End Upward Bias
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is considering changes in the consumer price index, one of the government's most widely used statistics, because of new evidence that it substantially overstates increases in the cost of living.BLS researchers found that...
Group Wants to Free Some Older Inmates
Jonathan Turley wants to spring POPS out of prison early.Turley is a law professor at George Washington University in Washington, but POPS isn't his dad. It's a program he started to try to get elderly inmates released early from state prisons and jails...
Haller - Distraction for Blues
Blues winger Brendan Shanahan bristled at the suggestion that Montreal defenseman Kevin Haller might have distracted the Blues in a 5-2 loss to the Canadiens."Don't give that guy any credit," Shanahan said.No credit was intended, but the Blues seemed...
Hearings in Order for Clinton Case
Bob Levey, a Washington, D.C., radio talk show host, tried his best to defend President Bill Clinton against charges by two Arkansas state troopers that they helped him arrange clandestine sexual encounters and then assisted in concealing them until...
Honor Roll
The following pupils are on the honor roll at Francis Howell Junior High School for the first quarter of the school year.The school at 825 O'Fallon Road is in the Francis Howell School District.A student must maintain a 3.0 grade-point average of a possible...
Hostage Case Puts Russians More on Edge Citizens Demand That Leaders Throttle Growing Crime Wave
THE HOSTAGE drama that ended Monday played to the deepest fears of a nation where people feel order has crumbled, leaving them exposed to a host of dark new threats.Police and commandos from the former KGB captured the four kidnappers a day after the...
Illinois' Latest School Dropout
Tired of his frustrating battles in a state whose commitment to education has been persistently dwindling, the superintendent of schools in Illinois has resigned. Robert Leininger has been a dogged, outspoken advocate for the state's students as well...
It's Hats off to Shanahan in Blues Win
Blues winger Brendan Shanahan soaked up the atmosphere Sunday night at The Arena.He stood at center ice and watched in awe as the largest Blues crowd of the season, 18,177, showered the ice with hats and showered him with a spine-tingling standing ovation.Shanahan...
Jackson State Takes Down Memphis State
Ryan Lorthridge scored 23 points and Godfrey Thompson blocked what could have been a game-tying shot in the final seconds Monday as Jackson State shocked Memphis State 79-74.Jackson State (5-5) held a 42-41 advantage at the half and led by 15 points...
Jefferson County Garage Suits Lawyers Just Fine but Property Owners in Expensive Battle
So far, Jim and Gloria Cooksey of House Springs have paid lawyers more than $30,000 in a damage suit that centers on a two-car garage built on their property line nearly 20 years ago.Their neighbor and legal opponent, Rickey D. Miller, calculates that...
Johnson Powers Hornets
Larry Johnson had 29 points, 20 rebounds and 11 assists and Alonzo Mourning scored 30 points Monday night, lifting the Charlotte Hornets to a 109-94 victory over the Detroit Pistons.It was Johnson's first triple-double of the season and the third in...
Keep Gift Jewelry Shining; Take the Time to Insure It
It's the gift of a lifetime - an emerald necklace, a diamond ring or a prestige gold watch.But this beautiful piece of jewelry could be as enticing to thieves as to the recipient. Witness the recent spate of robberies by well-dressed jewel thieves who...
Kidnappers Fail to Dupe Police Russian Commandos Catch Four; Hostages Freed, Cash Recovered
The kidnappers of a dozen Russian teen-agers may have tossed handfuls of $100 bills from their helicopter before trying to flee on foot through snowy mountains with millions of dollars stuffed in duffel bags.The plan was an apparent effort to mislead...
Leave Mark Twain in Peace
The U.S. Forest Service's plan for allowing all-terrain vehicles to race around on a 308-mile trail network in parts of the Mark Twain National Forest is seriously flawed in two ways. First, the configuration of the federally owned forest in four counties...
Let'em Eat Cake Clara Stomped on Raja's; Pearl Liked It; Birthday Boy Ignored It
Raja was every bit the 1-year-old at his first birthday party Monday. He wouldn't eat his cake, he kept wanting to play with the snow and he made a little accident in public.The St. Louis Zoo held the party for its celebrity youngster in one of the yards...
Lincoln to Find out If All's Well with Caswell
The Lincoln High boys basketball team may be the No. 1 seed in the Collinsville/Schnucks Holiday Classic, but a cloud still hangs over the Tigers' star player, Tyrone Caswell.That's because St. Clair County associate judge Robert Hillebrand is expected...
Louisville Tests Jimx vs. Spartans
Louisville coach Howard Schnellenberger hasn't had to remind his players of his team's opportunity against Michigan State in tonight's Liberty Bowl."My players are smart enough to know that they've never beaten a Big Ten school," Schnellenberger said...
Memo: Official Criticized '40S Radiation Tests Comparison to Nazis' Work Possible, Biologist Warned Project's Director
THE U.S. GOVERNMENT official who directed radiation experiments on human subjects starting in the 1940s was warned that the research would invite public criticism and comparison to Nazi experiments on concentration camp inmates, a private memorandum...
Mideast Talks Resume Egyptian: Israel-PLO `Gaps. . .Not That Far'
Senior PLO and Israeli negotiators reopened talks Monday and expressed hope that they would reach agreement for Israel to begin withdrawing from the occupied territories.Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa met separately with Israeli Foreign Minister...
Militants Bomb Tour Bus in Egypt, Wounding 16
Suspected Muslim militants renewed their campaign against Western tourists in Egypt on Monday, throwing bombs at a tour bus and wounding 16 people, authorities said.Hours later, suspected Muslim militants killed three people Monday night in a raid on...
Mobster's Confession Put Focus on Priest
A mobster's admission during confession that he helped kill Italy's top prosecutor of the Mafia is stirring national debate over whether a priest should violate confessional secrecy to help fight organized crime.Prosecutors want the Rev. Paolo Turturro...
Mobster's Confession Puts Focus on Priest
A mobster's admission during confession that he helped kill Italy's top prosecutor of the Mafia is stirring national debate over whether a priest should violate confessional secrecy to fight organized crime.Prosecutors want the Rev. Paolo Turturro of...
Money Notes
TAXES Fewer Taxpayers To Get Info Packages This year</P><P>The Internal Revenue Service will send far fewer packages of tax forms and instructions this year.</P><P>To cut costs, the IRS sent notices to about 22 million taxpayers...
Morning Briefing Eye Openers
This space greets you today with a story that makes you feel good. The seven members of the National Football League officiating crew in Denver to work the Broncos-Tampa Bay game Sunday passed on the Christmas spirit to 10 underprivileged boys.They took...
Most of U.S. Press Flunked the Test
The press has its own version of Gresham's Law: the tendency, in the competition for readers, to let the scandalous and sensational drive out serious news. An example is the press in Britain, where the tittle-tattle of the tabloids has lately infected...
Motivation: Panthers Defeat Westminster 114-60
Fort Zumwalt North High swimming coach Roger Eastman made a promise to himself last season."We were swimming in a dual at Missouri Military Academy and we lost a meet that we never should've lost," Eastman recalled. "Now, the two-hour bus ride might...
Mrs. Clinton's Pain Was Clear, That Hot Night in Iowa
TESTOSTERONE poisoning. A lot of relationships suffer, and some even die, from it. People suffer and die from it too: soldiers, victims of gang warfare, wives and girlfriends, abused children.When I saw Hillary Rodham Clinton's pale mask of a face on...
Nehlen, Mountaineers Set to Scale to No. 1
West Virginia coach Don Nehlen says he is finished poor-mouthing pollsters for what he thinks is their devotion to Florida State coach Bobby Bowden.But Nehlen is not through politicking for his undefeated Mountaineers as they prepare to play Florida...
New Visa Card Lets You Pay before You Charge Plastic Could Replace Travelers'
Visa hopes to move us further into the cashless society with a disposable, pre-paid credit card that can be used almost anywhere in the world.</P><P>The card - which will be launched on a trial basis next year and available nationwide...
Nick Should Have Ball with `I Love Lucy'
NICK AT NITE has snagged the best-loved rerun of them all. "I Love Lucy" will join its lineup with a week-long marathon from 7 to 10 p.m. nightly the week of Feb. 14. The show will move to its regular 8 p.m. weeknight slot on Feb. 21.If the charges against...
Parents Left Boy Alone, Tied to Bed
An 8-year-old boy from a suburb of Chicago was shackled to a bed and left home alone in a dark apartment on Christmas Day, apparently as punishment for opening a present too soon, authorities said Monday."It's disgusting," said Addison, Ill., Police...
People Column
Who cares what the music critics say? BARRY MANILOW writes the songs, and he's going to sing them.After nearly a decade of scorning his own pop hits, Manilow is making them the centerpiece of his new stage show, which opened Monday in Los Angeles."I...
Post-Dispatch Recycling Effort for Christmas Trees Has 61 Sites
Residents may drop off live Christmas trees for recycling at any of 61 sites in the metro area.Last year, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Christmas Tree Recycling Program collected more than 55,000 Christmas trees and saved more than 7,333 cubic yards of...
Press Standards Flop in Reporting on Personal Foibles
Watching the press attempt to establish standards for reporting on the personal foibles of public figures is like watching the Harlem Globetrotters play offense. Just when you think you have your eye on the ball, it flips backward, disappears and loops...
Public Intent on Taking Back Streets in a New Social Order, Fed-Up Americans Try to Reverse Liberal '60S
AMERICANS MAY have finally decided this year that they have had it with panhandlers and loiterers, drug sellers and prostitutes, squeegee men and graffiti artists, welfare parents without jobs and streets littered with people in obvious need of medical...
Pucks Won't Replace Pigskins as CBS Fills Programming Hole
Don't expect the sports void created with the departure of the National Football League from CBS to be filled by hockey. At least not any time soon."We have this year and three more with ESPN," said Glenn Adamo, the National Hockey League's vice president...
Put It on the P.A
Brian Burgoyne of Duchesne High School has won the American Legion National High School Oratorical Contest for St. Charles County. The second-place winner was David Saff of Fort Zumwalt South High School, and third-place winner was Brad Lear of Wentzville...
Rate Votes Split Msd Trustees Members Agree to Delay Project until Issue Settled
Trustees of Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District are split along city-county lines on whether to ask voters to approve the district's rates. Trustees from St. Louis favor the idea; those from St. Louis County oppose it.But they agreed in principle not...
Russia Alarms Central Europe
When President Bill Clinton comes to Prague, Czech Republic, on Jan. 11-12 to meet with leaders of four Central European countries, he will be told his "Partnership for Peace" proposal does not go far enough to quell their alarm over Russian President...
Security Boom a Byproduct of Crime in U.S
It's a war that's being lost.Crime has lately been targeted by the Clinton administration, by Congress and by local governments as an enemy that has spun out of control.The fear isn't simply an impression forged by carnage depicted on the evening news....
Some Divorced Couples Actually Can Get Along
Dear Ann Landers: I divorced my first husband 14 years ago. Our son was only a year old at the time. I have since remarried. My former husband, "Phil," has been living with "Penny," a very nice woman, for the last six years. We all get along and have...
Spin Doctor `Backstage Star' Goes to Work on Festival Image
At a suburban church on a recent Sunday, a worshipper was sporting a 1994 U.S. Olympic Festival necktie."Oh, the Olympic Festival," a fellow churchgoer said. "Are they still having that?"Cheryl Patrick, the festival's new vice president for public relations,...
Sports Shorts
Turner Tops Sports List Of Most Powerful</P><P>Ted Turner, head of Turner Broadcasting and owner of the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Hawks, replaced Nike chairman Phil Knight as the most powerful person in sports in this year's list issued...
Spotlight
Scott Westerfeld, 17Senior, Orchard FarmScott Westerfeld not only plays varsity basketball and baseball at Orchard Farm High School but also has time to serve as vice president of the student council and the senior class, as president of DECA (Distributive...
Spy Magazine Zings Year's Worst
THIS HOLIDAY season brings us many, many reasons to be thankful.For one, be thankful you didn't make Spy magazine's annual list of the 100 Worst People, Places and Things. Some of the winners are:Jerry Seinfeld, No. 1: "In mating stand-up with sitcom,...
Stocks Take off as Big 3 Leave Bumps Behind
Detroit's automakers are now hot properties in the eyes of investors, thanks to a confluence of events that's already making the record losses of the last decade seem like a bump in the road.It seems that General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler...
Tax District Approved for Center
More work will begin soon on the task of planning a St. Charles County convention center after approval by the St. Charles City Council of a tax-increment-financing district.Emil Horstmeier, chairman of the county convention and sports authority, said...
Taxpayers Jam Hallways to Beat Friday Deadline
Taxpayers are jamming the hallways this week outside the St. Charles County collector's office in St. Charles.They are lining up to pay their personal and real estate taxes by Friday. If the Friday deadline is missed, the delinquent taxpayer is subject...
Two Plead Guilty to Tainting of Food Warehouse Later Closed
The discovery of rodent marks in butter could send two top officials of Fresh Inc. to jail.John Cusumano, president of Fresh, and William T. Meister, vice president of operations, pleaded guilty to two counts involving adulteration of food.Both federal...
U. City Scares CBC before Falling 51-48
The University City High Lions came into the Meramec Holiday Festival as the tourney's 15th seed.Did we say 15th?U. City nearly pulled off a shocker Monday night against No. 2 seed CBC, which held on for a 51-48 victory. CBC (5-2) will play Parkway Central,...
U.S. May Fight Sliding Yen Traders See Return to `Strong Yen' Trade Policy
The dollar's December rebound against the Japanese yen doesn't sit well with the Clinton administration.That's what traders concluded last week after Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen said Japan wasn't doing enough to curb its trade surplus."In light...
U.S. Praises China on North Korea Opposition to Sanctions Called No Problem
The United States appeared unconcerned Monday about China's latest expression of opposition to using economic sanctions to compel North Korea to open its nuclear facilities to international inspection.David Johnson, a State Department spokesman, said...
Vacancy in Civil-Rights Post Irks Activists Justice Officials Rebut Claims That Unfilled Position Hurts Cause
THE LACK of a civil-rights chief at the Justice Department, 11 months after President Clinton took office, has hampered efforts to fight discrimination against women and minorities during the administration's first year, civil-rights activists say.Officials...
Warriors at 9-1 Following Tourney Win
With a break or two, the St. Charles West High Warriors could be 10-0 this season. But coach Terry Hollander isn't complaining."We're happy to be playing well and we're happy to be 9-1," Hollander said after is team's 80-74 victory over Hazelwood Central...
Wetterau Cuts Last Family Tie to Firm Grandson of Founder Retires
Wetterau Inc. will wave goodbye to the last member of its founding family Friday when Chairman Ted C. Wetterau retires.Supervalu Inc., which bought Wetterau last fall, issued a statement Monday confirming the executive's previously announced departure.Supervalu...
When Tomatoes Became a Vegetable - Legally
Dear Abby: A reader in Vancouver asked why the tomato was classified as a fruit when it was always found in the vegetable department.I am sending an article from the Rocky Mountain News that explains. EILEEN PRICEThank you. This may tell my readers...
Whites Excluded from Boston Kwanzaa Celebration
Marie Doubleday, 39, of Framingham, who is white, has tried to keep her son culturally connected with the African-American roots he inherited from his father, who is black.Arthur Hardy, 13, his mother said, sees himself as African-American and identifies...
Woman, 59, Gives Birth; Debate Renews
A 59-year-old British woman, who was artificially impregnated with eggs from a younger woman, has given birth to twins, becoming the oldest woman on record to have a child.The birth did not result in public tidings of joy. Rather, the announcement sparked...
Work Camp at Tamms Will Open Early, Edgar Says
Gov. Jim Edgar visited this town in deep Southern Illinois on Monday to announce that a prison work camp with space for 200 would open a year early because of an expedited construction schedule.Bids for construction are expected to be awarded in April,...
Yzerman Returns; Fedorov Keeps Rolling in Wings Rout
Sergei Fedorov had two goals and two assists and Steve Yzerman made a successful return to the ice Monday night as the streaking Detroit Red Wings beat the Dallas Stars 6-0.Yzerman, who had missed 26 games while recuperating from a back injury, celebrated...
Yzerman Returns; Fedorov Rolls on in Wings Rout
Sergei Fedorov had two goals and two assists and Steve Yzerman made a successful return to the ice Monday night as the streaking Detroit Red Wings beat the Dallas Stars 6-0.Yzerman, who had missed 26 games while recuperating from a back injury, celebrated...
Zhirinovsky Considered Settling in Israel in 1983, Officials Say
ULTRANATIONALIST RUSSIAN leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who has been accused of anti-Semitism, took steps to immigrate to Israel 10 years ago, Israeli officials said Monday.Zhirinovsky, whose party was the biggest vote-getter in Russia's Dec. 12 parliamentary...