The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1996 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 6, 1996
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B8 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD 97 Donizetti's "Maria —" 99 Population centers 101 The —500 102 Harbor's "fingers" 104 Dagger for Macbeth 105 Yard events, with 110 Across 107 Diamond corners 110 See 105 Across 112 Strive 114 Amphibians 118 "Do —say, not..." 119 Inclined 121 City S of Bern 122 "The Tempesf sprite 123 Caine/Duvall wartime adventure 127 New Guinea port 128 Bartering activity 129 French composer Erik 130 Ballesteros of the links 131 Intuition, in a way 132 Runs for office 133 Fad 134 Glen Canyon, for one 135 So far DOWN A Marx Bay window 3 Treadle 4 Izaak Walton for one 5 Antique auto 6 Tallchief of ballet fame 7 Flock 8 — huff: annoyed 9 Varnish ingredients 10 Confidence game 11 Throat tissue "ANIMAL FLICKS" By WILLIAM CANINE ACROSS 1 Short trip 4 Equip 7 Top-ranked 12 Old Glory marking 18 Surface measure 19 Orderly 51 — a customer: ;. sale sign '22 Tara family '.23 Dispatch :24 Dian Fossey >: flick 27 Gem of a name 29 Cooled off 30 Best—: champion 31 Compass pt. 32 Stan's partner 33 M.Clark title 34 Actress Dickinson 35 Earthy tone 37 —choice 39 First father etal. 41 N French city 43 Pleasant 46 Violin-maker Amati 48 Changes 52 Use a rasp 54 Lilliputian 55 Indian state 57 Penguin lookalike 58 Can. province 59 De Niro as La Motta 62 The hoi polloi 64 Conquered 66 Blood vessel: Comb, form 68 Kind of cause 69 "Yes—I" .71 Houston athlete 74 Director Frank 76 Heart 77 Wing it 79 Sycophants 81 Agitation 83 Wicked witch's fate 85 Visconti's Sicilian epic 88 Rubbish! 91 Gl's address 92 Broncos and Mustangs 94 Orbit 95 Tortoise family ANSWERS TO TODAY'S PUZZLE ARE ON PAGE B4. 12 London district 13 Chaney/Lugosi frightener 14 Zodiac beast 15 Like St. Patrick 16 Outmoded 17 Chemical compound 20 Part of XXX 25 Disillusionment 26 Not ours 28 More mellow 34 Protozoan 36 Board rm. bigwig 38 —time 40 Shake — 42 Limerick king 43 Barrack's VIP 44 Charged atom 45 Fonda/Marvin movie 47 Take in nourishment 49 Caan as an Updike hero 50 Ponders 51 Trapshooting 53 Mrs., In Madrid 55 Fish food 56 Err 60 Wholly 61 Mom's bro 63 Quagmires 65 Put forth 67 Showy 69 Parents 70 Skillful 72 Cheers 73 Pindar product 75 Take prisoner 78 Sutherland/ Redgrave movie 80 Sportswear 82 The Begleys 84 Cool character 86 Lake port 87 Marc Antony's wife 89 Unusual 90 Playroom item 93 Pertaining to the ankle 96 Woods of golf 98 Parrot 100 Skull parts 103 Most reasonable 104 Unflappable 106 Garland 107 Wash-ups 108 —in the dark 109 City near Florence 111 Composer Franz '113 Reached conclusions 115 Aviator Post 116 Ride or rib 117 Got some sack time 120 —on: incites 121 Zhivago's transport 124 "— Heldenleben": R. Strauss 125 Transgression 126 Marie Saint ©1996 Los Angeles Times Syndicate it! Quality Products Introducing Our Employee of the Month for OCTOBER, 1996 BETTIE THOMAS 1ST SHIFT FOOD TECHNOLOGY Pizza Service 3019Scanlan Salina, Kansas "Quality Says It All" SM For Current, Accurate Weather Information Salina Journal Nails / Linen-wrap a new method FROM PAGE B1 After the hand or foot is dipped several times, it's wrapped in plastic and kept warm in a mitten or bootie for 15 minutes. "It's very soothing for customers with arthritis who are bothered especially in the winter months," Randolph said. Gunelson said they sometimes work with nail-biters. The majority of their customers are professional women who usually want the French manicure style, white at the tips and natural at the base. Randolph also applies an American version, describing it as "more of an off-white tip that's less bold than the French style." Although square nail shapes are in vogue, Randolph prefers to wear her own more rounded than square. "I try to follow the shape of a customer's nails, and I find that square nails look better on skinny fingers." Often, career women want red polish because it's considered a power color, she said. Brides might request a white crisscross shape painted on the tips with a faux diamond or pearl finish applied for their wedding day. Teen-age girls have been crazy about pastel polish, but the fall season has brought the introduction of dark colors — purples, jades, dark browns. Two new hues, for example, are called Pikes Peak-A-Boo Purple and Grand Teton Topaz. The current fascination with color also shows in Sushi, Navel and Porno from Hard Candy Inc. and shades called Oil Slick and Bruise from Urban Decay. And that's just the fingertip of the iceberg. "Women are at a point where they want more color," said Kathy Dwyer, the president of Revlon Cosmetics USA. So the company rushed a line of colors, called Street Wear, into production for fall.. These metallic shades, which Dwyer said were "inspired by car paint," include copper, black and evergreen. They will join Revlon's other autumn campaign, Virtual Violet, which promises its wearers a full range of purple thrills. Liz Brous, the beauty director for Seventeen magazine, further explained the colors' appeal. "Women have a very sentimental attachment to fingernail polish," she said. "It's the first thing KELLY PRESNELL/The Salina Journal Manicurists comprise the 11th fastest-growing profession In the nation. most parents will let their girls experiment with." Kansas requires manicurists to have 350 hours of schooling and pass practical and written exams before they receive a license to practice their trade in the state. They are required to renew the license every two years, as well as complete 20 hours of continuing education. Training includes not only nail beautification, but also the study of hand/foot anatomy, diseases and disorders, and technical information about sterilization and sanitation. As in any profession where contact with skin occurs, there's the issue of contracting disease. "If equipment isn't properly sanitized, fungus can develop in air spaces under the acrylic nails," said Janet Reynolds, an instructor and administrator at Salina's Academy of Hair Design, 115 S. Fifth. Kansas has five inspectors to ensure that nail professionals continue to meet state standards, according to Nancy Shobe, executive director of the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology in Topeka. Routine inspections are conducted once a year. "We'll inspect individual salons any time a complaint is made," she said. The local academy teaches nail care as part of its overall cosmetology program, whereas some other schools offer separate nail care technician programs. These include Hays Academy of Hair Design, Crum's Beauty College it. Manhattan and Trendsetters, a school in Junction City, Shobe said. "Manicures really are a growing business all across the nation, and in the last 10 years, many new products have been in troduced," she said. One of those is linen-wrap nails, said Andrea Hajny, nails instructor at Salina's Academy o Hair Design. "You can overlay it on natural nails to give them time to grow out, or you can add tips for length. It looks very natural and doesn't have the bad odor during application like acrylics do. We've been very successful with this process," she said. Her product line, called Elegant Glass Nails, features linen, silk and fiber glass wraps. The latter is a resin product that's easier on the nail bed than the acrylic compound, according to Hajny. In addition to solid-color polist as a finish, ma'rbeled, stained glass, castles and other intricate painted designs are part of the latest nail art. Fingernail decals come in such motifs as lace, hearts or ghosts for Halloween. The very daring customer might even want to pierce one of her acrylic nails and place a stud in it that's attached to a pinky ring by a tiny, dangling chain. The New York Times contributed to this report. , Find out what there is to see and do In Kansas! Attend the Seventh Annual KANSAS SAMPLER FESTIVAL! •i Sat., Oct. 5,10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sun., Oct. 6,10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on the Penner Farm 3 miles south, 1 3/4 east of Inman on Arapaho Road Daily admission: Adults, $if, Children 7-11, $2 Call 316/585-2374 ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZJ LA-Z-BOY o o 0 "ANDERSON" Pillow back Reclina-Resf recliner with channel- stitching, padded arms and contoured seat. Only $16.00 per mo.' 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