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Thursday, December 3, 1998
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A-2 The Orlando Sentinel, Thursday, December 3, 1998 i J 1 Actress Daryl Hannah is 38. Country singer Ferlin Husky is 73. Singer Andy Williams is 71. . Actress Mary Alice is 57. Rock singer Ozzy Os-bourne is 50. Actress Heather Menzies is 49. Actor Brendan Fraser is 30. Actor Royale Watkins ("Built to Last") is 29. Actress Lauren Roman ("All My Children") is 23. Actress Anna Chlumsky is 18. Actor Brian Bonsall is 17. Q. Among all the liquids sold in supermarkets, is any one of them cheaper than gasoline? A. None except some store-brand bottled water, researchers contend. The people who get sick from food poisoning on Thanksgiving usually outnumber all the people in New York City. Q. How long is a new word heard on the street before it turns up in the dictionary? A. Four years might be the standard, if all dictionary editors adhered to one standard. SENTINEL COLUMNIST Sharon Stone, who isn't a real mom but plays one in the movies, says par-, ents should keep condoms around the house for their teenagers. "No matter how much we guide our children within our families, within our churches, within our schools, we are not stronger than the power of sexuality particularly to a teenager," the sex symbol told a panel discussion on AIDS and youth at the United Nations. "I believe that if you truly, truly love your children, you need to supply condoms in a place in your home, at a quantity that makes it a nonjudgmental situation for them to have them," she said. "If they want to make water balloons out of them, great. If they want to carry them so they feel tough, great. If they want to give them to their friends, even better." We do like you, really we do During a joint appearance with her mom at the U. of Fla. Tuesday, Ellen DeGeneres said it's not enough for people merely to tolerate the fact that she is gay. "I will keep speaking out, not till I'm tolerated, but til I'm celebrated," the comedian told her audience of 5,000 people. Yeehooo! Ellen's gay! Yippeee! Hope that helps, honey, now get on with your life. Police chief is no Jam fan The sleeve credits on Pearl Jam's latest album, Live on Two Legs, include "a ES. to Raleigh, N.C., and Hartford, Conn., police departments: Get a life Leave those kids alone." That's the band's way of responding to scuffles that occurred between cops and concertgoers in those cities. Asked for a comment, Raleigh Police Chief Mitch Brown showed his concern by responding: "Pearl Jam who?" Restroom refusal fires ire Renowned mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves is angry that a CVS drugstore in her Watergate hotel complex refused to let her use the restroom when she became nauseated. Graves, who had earlier bowed out Say, what? Gavin Edwards' new book, 'Dock the Halls with Buddy Holly And Other Misheard Christmas Lyrics' is chock full of humorous mistakes made in holiday caroling. Here's a sampling: He's making a list, chicken and rice "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" He's making a list checking it twice Noel, Noel, Barney's the King of Israel 'The First Noel" Noel, Noel; bom is the King of Israel fin Pm tf3 1 - r BOOK Later on, well perspire, as we dream by the fire "Winter Wonderland" Later on, well conspire, as we dream by the Strike the harp and join the chorus fire jacket Strike the heart and join the florist "Deck the Halls" Oh, atom bomb "OTannenbaum" OTannenbaum While shepherds washed their socks by night "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks" While shepherds watched their flocks by night of a Kennedy Center performance because of illness, said she got into an argument with the assistant manager after he told her the restrooms were for employees only. He threatened to call the police, so she left. A spokesman for the pharmacy chain told The Washington Post that the company's "policy is to do the right thing for the customer." 'Little fuzzball' gets smaller Rush Limbaugh may still have a big mouth, but his bod is trimming down. The conservative radio talk-show host and self-described harmless little fuzzball lost 80 pounds, putting his weight closer to 200 THE ORLANDO SENTINEL than 300. Limbaugh's personal diet plan doesn't include exercise except for golf. When no news is good news Wondering how Hillary Clinton copes with the daily headlines of her hubby's sex scandal? When famed portrait photog Annie Leibovitz was shooting the first lady about three months ago for the December cover of Vogue, she suggested that the first lady pose while reading a newspaper. One of Clinton's aides nixed the idea, explaining, "The first lady does not read newspapers." Jewel's ex-manager sues Jewel's former manager has filed a $10 ' million lawsuit against Jewel, claiming she was fired after Jewel's mom, Lenedra Carroll, caused a rift between them. Inga Vain- shtein, who takes credit for discovering the singer five years ago in San Diego, claims mama insisted that any advice from Vain-shtein had to be approved by a "channeler." Oooooooeeeeeeeeeeo. Motown auditions today Motown Cafe is holding auditions today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for male and female singers who want to to deck out in '60s garb and sing Supremes and Temptations tunes at the restaurant set to open in January. Auditions will be held at Universal Studios Escape's human resources building at 1000 Universal Studios Plaza. Good luck! Short takes Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks are teaming up again to co-produce a 13-hour HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, based on a rifle company that parachuted into France on D-Day. ... A federal judge has tossed out a lawsuit that claimed Nine Inch Nails singer Trent Reznor stole songs for his 1994 album, "Downward Spiral." . . . Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith gave a concert at a computer software plant in Cary, N.C., to motivate people to volunteer for next year's Special Olympics World Games. Wire services were used in this report. Got a celebrity tip or a comment? Call Leslie's Line at (407) 420-5008. Calvin Klein Contradiction Experience Contradiction, the newest fragrance collection from Calvin Klein, Cr Co) ist it IB 3" Inspired by the simplicity and sensuality of an orchid, the fragrance is a complex blend of ingredients chosen for their individual clarity and ability to harmonize into a signature fragrance that we refer to as joyful oriental. 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