A2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS this & that MONDAY, JUNE 19,2005 MdUiHlA Hi roupio in Hess Keeping it real . SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — "Nacho Libre" director Jared Hess gained the Spanish skills he needed to shoot the Mexican- wrestler comedy in Mexico with a local crew by spending two years as a Mormon missionary in Venezuela. Except for star Jack Black, the movie features an all-Mexican cast, including telenovela star Ana de la Reguera as Nacho's love interest, and real-life wrestlers Bronco, El Pony and the midget tag team Satan's Helpers. It was filmed in and around Oaxaca. "These are real people you could never find in Hollywood," Hess told the San Francisco Chronicle in Sunday's editions. "We did all the casting in Mexico City and on location because it was very important to me that we be authentic to this outrageous Lucha Libre world." Watch what you say NEW YORK (AP) — Telling Kathy Griffin she looks prettier in person than on TV might get you a scolding. "People constantly say that! And that's a compliment how?" Griffin asked Newsday in Saturday's editions. "It's worse when you get, 'You look good in person!' That's what I get a lot. Or, 'Wow, you're thin in person!' As opposed to what? How fat and ugly I look on television? Or I'll get 'You look soooo much better in person.' " However she looks, Griffin is getting ready for the airing of her reality show, "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," now in its second season on Bravo. Griffin New focus NEW YORK (AP)-Adam Sandier turns 40 in a few months, and the new father says he's ready to shift his focus. Sandier and his wife, Jackie, welcomed their first child, Sadie Madison, last month. "I've got the kid — I feel Sandier relief that I don't have to think about myself too much," Sandier told the New York Post in an interview published Sunday. "I've had 39 years just talking about how great I am. It's time, at age 40, to talk about the kid." The star of "Big Daddy" says he was eager to become a father. "You know what's surprising — that the kid looks through me," he said. "Every time I think the kid likes me, I'm like, 'Oh, she's staring at my forehead right now.'" Having lost his father several years ago, Sandier says he knows time is precious. Just being happy NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Depp says the media's perception of him as a European wannabe has been exaggerated, and that he just likes the anonymity of living in France. In this week's issue of Newsweek, the 43-year-old actor says life is simpler there. "I've always loved it there," he said. "The phones don't ring as much. Movies are never brought up in conversation. I'll take the kids and we'll go out to the trampoline and the swing set, and we'll stop by the garden and see how our tomatoes are doing. You know, old-fart stuff. Good stuff." It's a, sharp contrast to his early acting days when he became a teen idol starring on the TV series "21 Jump Street." , "Suddenly, you go into restaurants and people are pointing at you and whispering," he said. "You feel spooked by it because that freedom of anonymity is gone. You never get used to that. You'd leave the hotel to go to dinner and there'd be tons of cameras and flashbulbs." Depp Jazzing it up LUCAS JACKSON / Associated Press Rose Moran, 77, left, dances with a performer as the Preservation Hall Brass Band performs Sunday during the Playboy Jazz Festival in Los Angeles. Calendar Today • State Rep. Eber Phelps will make a guest appearance at the National Alliance for Mental Illness group meeting at 7 p.m. Anyone with a personal or family interest in mental health issues is invited to attend. For more information, call Ann Leik- er'at (785) 625-2847. Tuesday • .Time Out for Life, 2900 Hall. 9:30 a.m..Highlight is photographer aackiLOgan, who will share; a southwest slideshow. For information pr ^sprvatiqi&'.pa.}!, (7,t$)' 625-2847. • ELLIS — Ellis blood drive, noon to 6 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 1013 Washington. Everyone who donates will receive a free T-shirt. Walk-ins are welcome or call (785) 726-4901 or (785) 726-4771 for an appointment. • VICTORIA — Blood pressure clinic, 9 to 11 a.m., PAC building. • ELLIS — Blood pressure clinic, 9 to 10 a.m., Ellis City Clerk's office. • ELLIS — The Ellis PEO chapter will host its annual ice cream social and Hays City Band concert. Homemade ice cream and cookie sales start at 7 p.m., and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m. The event will take place on the front lawn of the Ellis Grade School. In case of inclement weather, it will be moved to the Ellis High School. All proceeds from the ice cream sales support the local PEO scholarship. Send information to Calendar, Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, KS 67601. lotteries TOPEKA (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Sunday in the Kansas Lottery: Dally Pick 3 3-2-0 Hay* Polte« Department activity log Friday 13 animal calls 15 traffic stops Motor vehicle accident, 1300 block East 41st Alarm, bank, 1100 block Fort Juvenile complaint, 300 block West 12th Criminal damage to property, 3300 block Vine Disturbance, noise, 600 block East Seventh Disperse crowd, 500 block West Seventh Driving under the influence, 500 block West Seventh Creating a hazard, 400 block West llth Incident, miscellaneous, 600 block East Sixth Theft, general, 700 block West 12th Suspicious person, 1300 block Douglas Suspicious person, 300 block Main Theft, general, 400 block East Eighth Theft, general, 3600 block Vine Theft, general, 600 block East Sixth Saturday Four animal calls 10 traffic stops Motor vehicle accident, 3600 block Vine Motor vehicle accident, 17th and Elm Motor vehicle accident, 4300 block Vine Motor vehicle accident, 1500 block East 27th Motor vehicle accident, 4300 block Vine Burglary, business, 2700 block Vine Burglary, business, 300 block East Eighth Burglary, storage unit, 1000 Public Rewrt block Old U.S. Highway 40 Burglary, residence, 200 block East 17th Criminal damage to property, 200 block East llth Disturbance, fight, 500 block West Seventh Disperse crowd, 800 block Ash Disturbance, noise, 500 block Milner Disturbance, noise, 2000 block Walnut Disturbance, noise, 600 block East Seventh Disperse crowd, 200 block West 10th Domestic disturbance, 300 block East 16th Drug offenses, 2900 block Vine Driving under the influence, Eighth and Vine Fraud, 300 block West 21st Disturbance, general, 4300 block Vine Liquor offense, sell, furnish, transport, 700 block East 13th Traffic/driving complaint, 3500 block Vine Suspicious person, 400 block East 23rd Driving under the influence, 200 block East 12th Traffic/driving complaint, 1300 block East 22nd Welfare check, 500 block East 16th Sunday Five animal calls Eight traffic stops Motor vehicle accident, 1600 block Oak Motor vehicle accident, hit and run, 1200 block Canterbury Alarm, business, 2900 block Vine Burglary, business, 1100 block East 13th Burglary/residence, 500 block East 16th Incident, miscellaneous, 200 block West Fifth Criminal damage to property 200 block West Sixth Criminal damage to property, 2500 block Vine Disturbance, noise, 2100 block Canal Disturbance, noise, 1900 block Elm Disturbance, noise, 300 block East 14th Disturbance, noise, 2000 block Walnut Disperse, crowd, 200 block West 10th Disperse crowd, 500 block West Seventh Disturbance, general, 700 block East Sixth Disturbance, general, 1300 block East 33rd Driving under the influence, 500 block Ash Driving under the influence, 1200 block Felten Drug offenses, DUI, 600 block Ash Create a hazard, 600 block East 13th Suspicious person, 1000 block East 41st Intoxicated subject, 1000 block Ash Juvenile complaint, 2500 block General Lawton Reckless driver, 3500 block Vine Unwanted person, 800 block East Eighth Mentally ill person, 200 block East Seventh Suspicious activity, 700 block East Eighth Suspicious person, 1400 block highway 183 alternate Juvenile complaint, 1000 block Reservation Traffic/driving complaint, 100 block Main Juvenile complaint, 300 block Main Welfare check, 1500 block West 27th Community Bulletin Board Animals The following animals are at the Humane Society of the High Plains, 2050 E. Old U.S. Highway 40, (785) 625-5252: Impounds Male black lab/blue heeler mix, 1100 block Centennial Female yellow lab, .400. block ._,! Representatives of the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund want to hear perspectives on local health issue concerns and priorities. Health care professionals, church and community leaders, public health officials, and others interested in health issues can attend the 14-stop Listening and •Learning Tour in celebration of Health Fund, said the purpose of the tour is to gain a better understanding of the needs and opportunities for grant making efforts in fulfilling its mission — to advance health, healing and wholeness throughout Kansas. Breakfast will be served, compliments of the Health Fund. . Those wanting to attend will , i liSrti ;>df."i'ii'~ B £>i*i.K\ri/ .v • .,-/& i n iV n'-i; l ' Registration forms and tour information can be found at www.healthfund.org. Stops will include Hutchinson, Salina and Clay Center on June 26; Phillipsburg, Hill City and Colby on June 27; La Crosse, Garden City and Ulysses on June 28; Dodge City Anthony and Winfield on June 29; and Wichita ah'd'Ne '• •• 'block 14th Kim Moore, president of the I- I & Summit Comedy Tour Presents Comedy Night with Dan Ellison & Dave Kious Wednesday, June 21st at the Stadium Club / Enjoy a great night of comedy TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 & 21,2006 Live 8 p.m. $5.00 Cover Charge dbronson @ hhchotels.com The Break-Up (PG13) 11:05 2,05 4.40 7DO 9 30 ICKINSON THEATRES Summer. Vacation. Movie, lenes Is DECK ... Let's face it, you can't go to the pool everyday this summer! Get a $10 season ticket to Dickinson Theatres' 10 week summer vacation movie series and watch great classic G-rated and PG-rated moviesl Season tickets are available for all ages and include admission to 10 SVMS shows FOR ONLY $101 Contact management to inquire about purchasing season tickets. Single admission tickets are available during SVMS hours at the box office for $2 Dickinson's Mall 8 Hays Over The Hedge (PG) 11:001:003:005:00 The Lake House (PG) 10:502:104:357:209:50 Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift (PG13) 11:002:004:207:259:30 Nacho Libre (PG) 10:501454157059,55 Selected movies play at 1:30 pm We are adding 10:30 am to accommodate the overflow of the 1:30 shows. June 20 -22 June 27-29 July 4-6 July 11 -13 July 18 -20 July 25-27 Aug1-3 Aug8-10 (PG-1hr:56min) (PG"1hr:45min) (PG-1hr:26min) (G-1hr:27min) (PG-1hr:32min) (PG-1hr:30min) (PG-1hr:23min) (PG-1hr:30min) Charlie & Choc Factory Dreamer Madagascar Curious George Robots Ice Age 2 Hoodwinked Corpse Bride Since Dickinson Theatres SVU$ thorn an unsupervlsed and sometimes 9911 out, It It ttrongly recommended that events or other designated adulte attend shows with children under the ege of 13. The theatre Is not responsible for lost tickets, and suggests that an adult or sponsor keep track ol all tickets. 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