The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 13, 1991 · Page 24
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 24

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Friday, September 13, 1991
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- C-2FeatureS THE CINCINNATI F.NQUIRF.K Friday, September 13, 1991 People Dear Abby Tell son who father is before he hears it from someone else Stallone sues tabloid for impotent' story Sylvester Stallone is suing a Canadian Abby News Extra of Montreal invaded Stallone's privacy with an Aug. 12 story reporting he bulked .up with steroids for the Rocky boxing movies. MUSIC MAKERS: The varied and coinciding careers of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash will get the boxed-set treatment in a 78-track, four-CD retrospective. The collection produced by Atlantic Records will feature recordings by Crosby, Stills and Nash together and with Neil Young; Crosby and Nash; Stills and Nash; Stills with his band, Manassas; and solo efforts by Crosby, Stills and Nash. The album, due in stores Oct. 15, will include 27 previously unreleased tracks. Renewed Ivan Fischer has renewed his contract as principal guest conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra through the 1993-94 season. Fischer is scheduled to make his Riverbend debut with the CSO in 1993. Casted Singer David Bowie has joined the cast of Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me, the David Lynch film on location in Washington state. Birthdays Actress Claudette Colbert is 86 today. Singer Mel Torme is 66. tabfoid for $25 million, claiming he was libeled in a story that said steroids left him impotent. w. u ii i r i r i V, - y 'I am not just after the tabloid itself," Stallone, 45, said Thursday. "I'm after every individual involved in this malicious and fabricated gossip to be held accountable to the fullest extent provided by law." Stallone's suit, filed Wednes day in Los Angeles Superior Court, said the FALL LIGHTING SALE t DAY.TftW PICK YOUR OWN SAVE 10-50 ON ALL DESIGNER LAMPS IN STOCK September 16 through October 5 ORCHARD MAPLE WCAV ORCHARD 31 1 z 5TOBBS kill rd. g M6RR6W.6HIO 15152. MARKCT PEN EveyDA.y 16 AH - hfl PARK Kenwood 7866 Montgomery Rd. Downtown 401 Race St. 762-5538 DEAR ABBY: Ten years ago, I became pregnant with "Joe's" baby. We were going to get married, but Joe got into a jam (armed robbery) and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He is due to get out in two months. When my baby (I'll call him Gary) was 8 months old, I fell in love with a man I'll call Tony. Tony and I were married, and Gary was raised to believe that Tony is his "real" father. My family and Tony's family know the truth about Gary's "real" father, but nobody ever talks about it. Joe's mother and sister also know the whole story. My question: Should I tell Gary who his real father is? Tony says he will support my decision. I'm afraid I will lose Gary's trust if I tell him I have lied to him all these years. What do you think? SILENT DEAR SILENT: You had better tell Gary who his real father is before someone else does. It won't be easy, but it's far better that he hear it from you than from someone else, and when three people know a secret, it's no longer a secret. DEAR ABBY: My beloved wife of 32 years just died of colon cancer, which had spread to her liver. She was 51 years old, healthy and beautiful. My two sons and I are in total shock. My wife had some colon cancer symptoms and was examined by a colon cancer specialist. The doctor proclaimed, "No problems." (She had cancer of the colon at the time of the examination.) Eight months after the examination, the cancer had spread to her liver. It was finally discovered one year later! She lived with intense chemotherapy and pain for 14 months. Abby, tell your readers that if they suspect they have colon cancer, they should demand a complete colon examination, a blood test and A SECOND OPINION. In my wife's case, the window of life was only eight months. America's dirty little secret is that there are about 1 million new cancer patients, and over half a million deaths from cancer every year. Abby, please let people know. No one else will. LOST . DEAR LOST: With your help, I just have, and I thank you for coming forward with the statistics, which have been verified by the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society. DEAR ABBY: Please help! My 17-year-old son, who just graduated from high school, has been invited to accompany his girlfriend's family on a month-long vacation across the country. As the girl's parents did not consult me before inviting him, I am now in the position of being the mean mom if I refuse to let him go. As a registered nurse in the obstetrical unit that provides services for about 100 unwed teen-age girls a week, I am very much aware of the dangers of allowing teen-agers to spend large amounts of time together unsupervised. His parents will be there, but I'm very uncomfortable about the closeness this kind of vacation will provide. Secondly, we have a 15-year-old daughter, and I can't afford to set this kind of precedent for a similar situation involving her. CONCERNED MOM DEAR CONCERNED: Remind your son that he agreed to work this summer to help with his college expenses, so he can forget about accompanying his girlfriend on her family's vacation trip. And don't be apologetic when you tell him. His girlfriend's parents should have consulted you before inviting him. At 17, he is still a minor. DEAR ABBY: After reading a couple of articles in your column about funny wedding nights and foldout couches, I'd like to tell you about our honeymoon. After World War II we were married in Connecticut and drove to California with our best man. Three on a honeymoon! We decided on this because my husband, Dick, and his best friend, Walter (their real names), were both still stationed at Hamilton Air Force Base in San Rafael, Calif. We never had any reservations and rooms were hard to get, so we all slept in the same room every night, and they dragged in a cot for our best man. We got a lot of funny looks, but we knew everything was on the up and up, so we just laughed. Poor Walter sat through a lot of lousy double features in an effort to give the newlyweds some time alone together. ANN SNOW, NAPERVILLE, ILL. One Day Only! Saturday, Sept. 14, 1991 8 am-3 pm Over 1 million dollars of current merchandise must be sold off NOW! Word game Station used. 3. Only one form of a verb is used. For example, either "pose" or "posed," not both. 4. Proper names are not used. 5. Slang words are not used. Thursday's Word MEDIATE Drastic reductions on quality inventory from famous makers! 7-hours of deeply discounted prices on hundreds of fashion furniture selections including sofas, chairs, loveseats, recliners, bedrooms, sleepers, accent PRINCIPLE I (PRINCIPLE: PRIN-sih-pul. A basic law, doctrine or axiom.) Average mark 24 words Time limit 40 minutes Can you find 44 or more words in PRINCIPLE? The list will be published Saturday. : RULES OF THE GAME: 1. Words must be four or more letters. 2. Words which acquire -four letters by the addition of "s," ;i such as "bats" or "dies," are not n f- . Fields Ertel Rd, fill schooJR w hi. t ' mete deem item mite deme adit edema demit admit made maid mate tame team teed teem diet aide dime aimed tirlp mead edit meat emit media dame meet date idea amid tied ideate amide time tables, dining rooms, wall systems, entertainment centers, bedding, lamps and accessories. Bridge Every item will be marked down to it's lowest price ever! queen lost. Declarer won the dia ; pY OMAR SHARIF ' and TANNAH HIRSCH mond return, drew trumDs and Here are just a few of the many low low Warehouse Clearance Sale Prices! took another club finesse down South deals. Both vulnerable. North one. "I should have known," com plained Votmai. "Three cards 9 6 5 3 2 K 5 9 5 wrong!" 9 3 AQ The only one who had cause for Warehouse Sale $296-$598 199-299 398-699 99-299 39-89 198 complaint was Votmai s partner East 5 West Reg. $799-$l,899 399-499 899-1,999 239-799 79-299 549-599 Sale $699-$l,499 299-399 699-899 199-569 59-249 449-499 Declarer's hurry to play to the first Sofas Recliners Sleep Sofas Occas. Tables Lamps Loveseats trick had blown the contract. 10 A 6 4 3 2 J 8 6 4 K J 4 8 7 Q J 10 9 Q10 7 2 7 6 2 South Let's take a look to see what would have happened had declarer exhibited technique rather than a knowledge of bridge rubrics. We 11 start by refusing to cover the A KQ J 8 7 A K 3 10 8 5 Bedding, Mis-Matched Sets queen of hearts at trick one. If West perseveres with hearts The bidding: declarer will eventually draw trumps, strip diamonds with the help of a ruff and then take a club South West North h 1 4 Pass 3 v 4 Pass Pass East Pass Pass Reg. Twin, 2 pc. set $400-500 Full, 2 pc. set 499-760 Oueen. 2 oc. set 1.000-1.200 Warehouse Sale Sale $199 $75 298 188 699 299 799 399 finesse. East can win, but is end played and forced to lead into the club tenace or yield a ruff-sluff. r.Ml sales are finau "1 J Best defense is to shift to a club King, 3 pc. set 1,350-1,600 - IT" V II 1 . r i j at trick two, but declarer has 1 ...., od as ts. I w L neat counter. South shoots up with the ace of clubs, draws trumps 1 p,.v,V" ..,;tMn 4 days I wm:. cashes the ace and king of dia monds and ruffs a diamond. Declar USE LEUGERS CONVENIENT CHARGE CARD er then exits with the king of hearts to endplay East. No matter assess ' what East does, the defenders wil ' Opening lead: Queen of V ( It was with considerable misgiv- ings that Votmai Tinkinof, the Rus-jsian emigre noted for his rap- Jd-fire, if inaccurate, play entered J the club on Friday the 13th. After jell, weren't the Little People in- Volved in a conspiracy against him? Votmai was soon declarer at a m Jour-spade contract that was im- peccable. After North made a limit aise of three spades, declarer did J Jiot have nearly enough to do more than bid game. 1 West led the queen of hearts. ?'Cover an honor," muttered the ;Russian, and the king was duly "decapitated by the ace. West won he heart return and shifted to a " club. This time the finesse of the I get only one club trick. Try it. 1 nil A sale vou shouldn't miss! No dining column Jim Knippenberg is on Leugers Furniture Warehouse Sale 7803 School Rd. Sycamore Twp. 275 on Reed llartman, right on Fields Ertel, right on Conrey, left on School Rd. For further information call 891-0550 'T

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