The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on October 4, 1992 · Page 9
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SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4,1992 THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS 9-A NATION Madonna Madonna video too hot for NBC NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna's "Erotica" video won't be broadcast on NBC's "Friday Night Videos" or shown on a giant screen at Times Square because its bondage imagery was deemed too racy. The video made its debut Friday on MTV. It includes Madonna using whips and chains, kissing women and performing oral sex on a doll. "Friday Night Videos" won't show the five-minute video, but it will report on it, said producer Pearl Lieberman. "It's very stimulating," he said. Sony nixed radio station Z- 100's plan to show the video on the Times Square screen, which Sony owns, because of its content, said Steve Kingston, the station's program director. Husband attacks his pregnant wife EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A man was in jail Saturday on charges of stomping on his pregnant wife's stomach and threatening to cut out the fetus, police said. Darrell W. McNeal, 30, was charged with battery and criminal confinement in the attack Wednesday on his 28- year-old wife, Angela McNeal, authorities said. He allegedly threw her to the ground and started jumping on her stomach, police said. He slapped, choked and stepped on her throat with his foot, kicked her 10 times with bare feet, then put on his shoes and kicked her five more times, police said. Afterward, McNeal grabbed a box cutter and cut Mrs. McNeal's stomach several times, police said. "He said I had better name the baby because he was going to cut it out," Mrs. McNeal said. She was released from St. Mary's Hospital on Thursday, the day she filed for divorce. Hospital officials used ultrasound imagery to determine the 14-week-old fetus wasn't harmed, Mrs. McNeal said. Her husband was held in lieu of $15,000 bond. Bail revoked SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An Irish nationalist who escaped prison in Northern Ireland, then was arrested here, remained free Saturday after a federal appeals court revoked his bail. The ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to revoke James Joseph Smyth's bail won't take effect for 21 days under standard appeals procedure. U.S. District Judge Barbara Caulfield refused a prosecution request to order him to jail immediately. Smyth, 38, escaped prison in 1983 and since his arrest here in June has lived in San Francisco under electronic monitoring. 5 die in Fla. twisters; 15 rescued from sinking freighter GKAIND OTON1NG SALE OFF SpecUlty Lnuo, Hramei ml Services do DO) ipp)y. OPTICAL CENTERS of TEXAS AFFORDABLE • PROMPT • CARING Where quality and service makes the difference 2724 61st Street, Suite 7 <AI T '/i «nd arrow ton Wd-Mv<) 744-1180 Store Houn: Mon.-Fri. 9:30 • 5:30, Sat. 9:30 -1:00 MEDICARE • MEDICAID • MEOIMET Assignments Acc«pfed 69 Associated Press LARGO, Fla. — Tornadoes hopscotched across the Tampa Bay area for hours Saturday, killing five people at mobile home parks and inflicting damage that looked like "a bomb blast," authorities said. A two-day storm with winds gusting to 90 mph also was blamed for sinking a freighter. All 15 crew members were rescued after the 255-foot Holstein went down with 2,000 tons of flour late Friday in the Gulf of Mexico. The tornadoes killed four people at a mobile home park in Pinellas Park and one in nearby Largo, said the Pinellas County emergency medical services department. The National Weather Service said others were spotted in Ocala and Daytqna Beach as the front moved northeast across the state. "It looks like a bomb blast — buildings down, roofs gone, windows out of cars," said Pinellas Park police spokesman Lee Lerchen. Some homes were left a pile of splinters and roofs were torn down to the plywood in. scenes reminiscent of the damage inflicted by Hurricane Andrew six weeks ago. Police Sgt. Don Holcomb said the Largo tornado left damage in a path three miles long and a half-mile wide. Pinellas Park police cordoned off an area 10 blocks by 10 blocks for a house-to-house search. The storm did a lot of jumping and skipping. We actually had people in their yard watch a tornado pass over and then drop down and hit another home a block away," Holcomb said. "One big logistical problem is traffic. It's a very densely populated area." One woman was killed and her husband injured at the Indian Rocks Mobile Home Park in Largo, where many of the 152 trailers were damaged, manager Jennie Husfelt said. .*•"It looks like a war zone," said Pinellas Park resident Eric Knurr. "Police are setting up a perimeter to avoid looting. You have to sign up at a command post, guarding the area against looters. You can't go farther than two blocks because streets are blocked." President Bush escaped one tornado by about 70 minutes, hopping aboard Air Force One at St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport after the first of four Florida campaign stops. The pilot of the Bush-Quayle campaign press charter reported seeing flying debris and exploding electrical transformers. '• CHINESE COOKING: OOD FOOD FOR GOOD HEALTH Join us as we celebrate the joys of good health! Discover how foods and juices can be low in calories, cholesterol and fat and still be high on the satisfaction scale. Every day this week, from 1:00-4:00, in our Housewares Department, we're serving up a full menu of special demonstrations, mouth-watering samples, recipes and exciting offers for you. Sunday, October 4, make refreshingly energizing juices with The Juiceman Jr. by Trillium. Monday, October 5, learn how to make your own natural snacks with the American Harvest Dehydrator. Tuesday, October 6, see the Decosonic convection oven work its delicious magic on vegetables. Wednesday, October 7, wake up to low-cal, healthy breakfast meals in a glass in a jiffy with Krups Vitamight. Thursday, October 8, T-Fal non-stick cookware turns in a top performance with low-fat foods. Friday, October 9, the Tefal Juicer gives you new ideas for alternatives to soft drinks for the kids. Saturday, October 10, wok up an appetite with great stir-fry cooking in Chantal Cookware. A. Cook lean with T-Fal Cookware. No more added fat or oil with this versatile nonstick cookware. T-Fal Ultrabase Versailles, in green, black and Paris white. T-Fal Resistal Signature, in Signature black and Paris white. S-piece set in black, 95.00. In green, 95.00. In white, 150.00 Bonus. With your purchase of any T-Fal Cookware set, receive as your gift a 4 qt. covered chicken fryer in black, green or white valued at 45.00. Offer good for one week only. Drink to better health with a fast, economical juicer from our gourmet collection. B. Moulinex Juice Extractor, with a powerful 200 watt motor and variable speed control for maximum extraction. Automatic pulp discharge into the 32-ounce plastic container. 65.00 C. Krups Vitamight Juice Extractor, with four-position switch; large, easy-to-clean pulp container. See-through 20-ounce juice container. High performance 200 watt motor for excellent juice extraction. Hidden cord storage. 80.00 D. Tefal Juice Extractor, with continuous screen and filter. Allows continuous feed and automatically switches from extractor to juicer. Safety lock. 200 watt motor. 100.00 E. Juiceman Jr. Juice Extractor by Trillium delivers more juice per pound of fresh produce than any other extractor its size. Unusually quiet 1/4 hp, 900 rpm, 410 watt motor. Top-rack dishwasher safe parts. Also includes a Tips On Juicing cassette by Jay Koroich, a juice recipe and menu planner book and a 4-book juice diet reference set as your special gift. 150.00 F. Bake healthier in the Decosonic Convection Oven. And roast, grill, cook, steam, reheat and defrost. Save calories, cholesterol and energy. Cooks 20% to 60% faster than a conventional oven and it's self-cleaning. 139.00 G. Do Oriental and more with Chantal. Enjoy your Chantal Wok and Stir Fry for many years. The beauty and durability are sealed in with the finest quality enamel on carbon steel. Stainless steel attachments. In blue Stir-fry, 90.00. Wok, 100.00 Bonus. A copy of Dorothy Huang's Chinese Cooking cookbook is yours free with your purchase of a Chantal wok or stir-fry. An 18.95 value. H. Create your own snacks with American Harvest Dehydrator. Save up to 90% on those expensive health foods. Make beef jerky, natural fruit snacks, dry spices and flowers, and much more! 5" fan-driven 1200 rpm motor. 75.00 Dillard's SHOP DILLARD'S MALI. OF THE MAINLAND MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 10-9; SUNDAY 12-6. DILLARD'S AND ALL MAJOR CRF.DIT CARDS WELCOME.

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