The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on June 26, 1991 · Page 97
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 97

Nashville, Tennessee
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Wednesday, June 26, 1991
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C WlnMUy ;un;,iijthiiinncsea 3A NEWSMAKERS COMPILED BY JANET SI IOISE r" Two of Mia's daughters arrested D ANBURY. Conn. (AP) Two of actress Mia Farrow's daughters were arrested trying to steal $342 worth of lingerie, police said. Daisy Farrow Prevln, 16, and Lark Farrow Prevln, 18, attempted to smuggle a shopping bag full of bras, garter belts and panties out of the G. Fox department store at the Danbury Fair mall, police said. The two were granted accelerated rehabilitation Friday. Their records will be erased Dec. 20 if they don't get Into further trouble. The two are the adopted Vietnamese children of Farrow and her former husband, conductor Andre Prevln. Rod says his hair's a surprise ELITE P c c Gannett News Service LOS ANGELES In a Rollins Stone Interview, Rod Stewart reveals his hair-care regimen. QUESTION: How long does ll take you to do your hair? ANSWER: Two minutes. Q: How do you get It to look like that? A: Well, it's a matter of the hair dryer. You have to get one with enough volume. Then I tip my head toward the floor and dry the hair upside down while working In a circular fashion, adding some gel. Q: Then It does what It Is supposed to do? A: No, it doesn't ever do that. That's STEWART what I love about it. It surprises me. There's not a day that goes by without it surprising me In which way It wants to go. Q: It Is remarkable hair. A: Yes, It Is. I thank you. Lip syncing steams producers Gannett News Service LOS ANGELES The red wig wasn't the only thing fake thing about Cher on last Friday's In Concert '91: she lip synced, veering from the ABC show's premise to showcase "honest" live rock. In Concert '91 Is the first network TV show In a decade dedicated to presenting live acts. The producers say they were caught off-guard by Cher's actions but were forced to proceed because of deadlines. Producers Marty Callner, Trudy Green, Howard Kaufman and David Saltz said: "Our Intentions were to film a live event. ... It was a one-time situation. Our policy has been and always will be to CHER have only live performances." No sentence reduction for Brando Los Angeles Daily News LOS ANGELES A Superior Court Judge refused to reduce the 10-year sentence imposed on Marlon Brando's son. who pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of his half sister's lover. Judge Robert Thomas ruled yesterday after hearing arguments by Robert Shapiro, an attorney for Christian Brando, 33, that circumstances of Dag Drollet's death on May 16, 1990, call for Brando's sentence to be shortened. Use of a gun added four years to his term, and Shapiro sought to reduce that part of the penalty. He said Brando had "an honest belief that he was protecting his pregnant sister." Musician cancels eclipse concert MEXICO CITY (AP) French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre has canceled plans for a July 11 concert at the Pyramid of the Sun outside Mexico City because of the solar eclipse that day, the official news agency Notimex said. A brief dispatch from Paris cited "practical reasons" and a lack of "necessary means" for the cancellation. It did not elaborate. The concert was to have been one of the major events marking what promoters are calling the "eclipse of the century." The path of the eclipse cuts a wide swath across Mexico. It is expected to attract thousands of tourists, especially to Baia California and Navarit. JARRE where visibility Is expected to be best Vince Gill avoids speeding ticket SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Vince Gill attended a concert over the weekend without a ticket or a driver's license. Gill was caught speeding on the way to a performance Saturday at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. "I was doing 55, maybe 65 or 70," Gill said after the concert. "It was a 45 miles per hour zone. I know that." Patrolman Ron Blalock wouldn't say why he let the singer go without a ticket. "It was just a Judgment thing on my part," Blalock said. Gill said his license was stolen this year in the Bahamas. Gill thanked the officer and offered him free passes to the show. "He was a nice guy," said Blalock, who attended that night's show. V V (USPS Published daily at 1100 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203. Second-class postage paid at Nashville. TO REPORT A NEWS ITEM Local New: 259-8095. TheTENNESSEAN Sports: Business: 259-8010. 259-8076. Living: 259-8050. Focus: 259-8094. TO SUBSCRIBE Call between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, or between 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Inside Metro, call 254-5661. Outside Metro, call 1-800-342-8237 toll-tree. Subscription rates: Home Delivery 4 12 24 52 Weeks Weeks Weeks Weeks Sunday Only 7 00 21 00 42 00 91 00 Dally 600 18 00 3600 78 00 Dally & Sunday 12 00 36 00 72.00 156 00 By Mail Within 12 24 52 Approx. 125 Miles Weeks Weeks Weeks Sunday Only 24.00 48 00 104 00 Dally 2520 50 40 109 20 Daily & Sunday 49.20 98 40 213 20 Daily Single Copy: 35t. Sunday $1.50. Rates for other areas available upon request. Mail subscriptions are payable In advance and not accepted from towns served by home-delivery routes. Subscription rate to The Tennessean Focus Issue, where delivery is available, is included in the rates stated above. The Publisher reserve, the right to change subscription rates during the 371-560) term of a subscription upon twenty-eight days' notice. This notice may be by mail to the subscriber, by notice contained In the newspaper itself, or otherwise. Subscription rate changes may be implemented by changing the duration of the subscription. THE READER ADVOCATE Frank Flitter responds to questions, suggestions and complaints about the news and editorial content of the newspaper. He may be reached at 259-8290 or 292-8087. CUSTOMER SERVICE Billing: Call between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Inside Metro, call 254-5661. Outside Metro, call 1:800-342-8237 toll-free. Delivery: Call inside Metro from 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday or 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Outside Metro, call from 6:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Monday through Friday or 7:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. TO ADVERTISE Classified: Call 254-1031 or in Tennessee 1-800-828-4237 between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Retail: Call 259-8338. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Tennessean, Customer Service Dept., 1100 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203. 4 :i r ; I V UU M V r -4 u . ; ' I r "y i'1 L - ,,,1,1, r- 1 1 i "". i, . v. m J 24.99 CHEROKEE PETITE CAMP SHIRTS Reg. $28. 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