The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 29, 1991 · Page 401
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 401

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Sunday, September 29, 1991
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WHO'S an j v v y 7V lfhfoc i . Q Was Jose Canseco, of the Oakland Athletics, born in Cuba? Is he a U.S. citizen? Is citizenship even required for major-league baseball players? Mathew Milled, Santa Monica, Calif. Yes, Canseco was born in Cuba 27 years ago. He fled to Miami with his parents when he was a year old and eventually became a citizen of his adopted country. While other Latin American nationals are permitted to play professional baseball in the USA without taking the oath of citizenship, citizens of Cuba are forbidden, banned by the baseball commissioner in 1977. In any Fabares at 16, left, and today. She was a favorite movie co-star of Elvis'. iiiiJ Q Is Shelley Fabares, who co-stars on ABC's hit "Coach," the same Shelley Fabares who was a singing sensation in the 1960s? Eric Hill, Auburn, Calif. AOEWCtPRANCE-PMiSI Tie Gorbachevs and their granddaughter after their captivity in the Crimea. Raisa finished her new book before August's coup. None other. In 1962, Fabares, The Donna Reed Show's teenage Mary Stone, topped the charts with Johnny Angel. She was "terrified" of singing, she tells USA WEEKEND. "But it was made clear that, if I wanted to be on the show, I had to. Before I knew it, my voice was all over the radio." Fabares, now 47, cut five albums. "Each one sold progressively less. I thought it would be over sooner, but they kept wanting me to record." She also was a pet co-star of Elvis Presley's, appear- Happy Birthday to . . . Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Bryant Gumbcl, 43 Tiffany, 20 Lech Walesa, 48 Lorraine Bracco, Madeline Kahn, 49 Sting, 40 Sept. 30 Victoria Tennant, 38 Marilyn McCoo, 48, Johnny Mathis, 56 Off. 1 Oct. 3 Jack Wagner, 32 Chubby Checker, Oct. 4 Clifton Davis, case, dictator y riaei uastro reiuses to issue exit visas to the island's star athletes. (He outlawed pro baseball after he took power in '59, and it's still il Jose Canseco, U.S. citizen legal.) But some major-league scouts predict the communist holdout will open the gates, as Cuba's dismal economy worsens, to bring in currency. Q I know President Bush once worked for the CIA. But when? And what was his title? Carmine Picarello, Cape Coral, Fla. He directed the Central Intelligence Agency in 1976 under President Ford. When Jimmy Carter became president the next year, he replaced Bush, who went home to Houston to sit on bank boards and head up the American Heart Fund. KM m Q We know Raisa Gorbachev was sick when she returned to Moscow after the failed Soviet coup. But what was the matter? Barbara Ruby, Puyallup, Wash. The Soviet first lady said she suffered "an acute bout of hypertension accompanied by a speech disorder." At press time, she was under a doctor's care at home. There had been confusion about her condition because, in describing it, Mikhail Gorbachev employed a Russian word that can mean "heart attack" or another type of seizure. I Hope, Raisa's autobiography, is new in stores. In it, she tells of her fear that strife related to the death of communism in her country "could develop into a tragedy not only for our people but for the whole of humanity." Q Please inform my sister that Bill Murray and Brian Doyle Murray are one and the same. Clarissia Scaif, Detroit No can do. The comics are brothers. Brian added "Doyle" to distinguish himself from a British actor. He began acting with Bill in the early 1970s at Chicago's Second City club. Brian will join the cast of Fox's Get a Life next month as the roommate of the character played by Chris Elliott. stir- eaEwrvBSro Funny Murrays: Bill, 41, left, and older brother Brian ing with the King in 1965's Girl Happy, 1966's Spinout and 1967's Clambake. "They were lightweight movies, but we had a great time, and they were pretty successful." In the early '80s, she was a regular on One Day at a Time. Now Fabares is Minnesota newscaster Christine Armstrong on Coach. "This is the kind of show I wanted to do all my life. I love my character and the people around me. It's the answer to all my prayers." Coach's fourth season begins Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. ETPT. 37 Susan Sarandon, 45 (Oct. 4) The "Tlielma & Louise'' star was born Susan Abigail Tomalin in New York. photograph by Danial Borria, Outlina 50 46 Charlton Hcston, 67 Oct. 5 Randy Quaid, 41 Julie Andrews, 56 Jimmy Carter, 67 William Rchnquist, 67 Clive Barker, 39 Walter Matthau, 71 Steve Miller, 48 Covar PUBLISHER: Brette Popper EDITOR: Marcia Bullard EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT: Charles Gabrielson VICE PRESIDENTS: Tobey Friedman, Thomas Melsel, Sue Ognibene H'ill'lilMI Deputy Editor Amy Eisman Senior Associate Editor Brcnda Turner Associate Editors: John Butterfield (TRAVEL, HEALTH, SPORTS), Constance Kurx (FOOD), Lorrie Lynch (ENTERTAINMENT), Dan Olmsted (COVER STORIES) Contributing Editors: Lee Bailey, Denis Hayes Writers: Leslie Anslcy, Mary Ellin Barrett, Carol Clurman, Kathy McClcary Who's News: Gaylc Jo Carter What's Next Pamela Brown Copy Chief: Terry Davidson Byrne Copy Editor Tom Lent kdiU Art Director: Mary Workman Assistant Art Directors: Trcva Stosc, Susan Haas Photos: Jennifer Grccnfcld Editorial Production: Amelia Stephenson Office Staff: Kate Bond Headquarters: 1 000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22229-0012 wrnillHhul National Ad Director Beth Lawrence Assoc Ad Directors: Kathy McKay, Bill Blummcr Research Director Carol Kcmcr-Odgis Headquarters: 535 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y 10022,(212)715-2100 Chicago: (312) 467-0510 Detroit: (313) 357-7890 Los Angeles: (213) 444-2140 San Francisco: (415) 956-4862 GANNETT CO., INC. 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