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ISLAND EDITION A4 Friday, January 5, 2007 The Honolulu Advertiser PEOPLE WEATHER REPORT AP FILE PHOTO April 2006 Celine Dion performs in Las Vegas in the "A New Day" show, which will close in December. Dion ending 5-year Vegas run LAS VEGAS Celine Dion's Las Vegas concert extravaganza at Caesars Palace will close on Dec. 15 after a nearly five-year run. "As we prepare ourselves to say goodbye, I know this will be the best year yet," Dion said in a statement yesterday. The Grammy award-winning singer, who signed a three-year, $100 million contract, started the gig, titled "A New Day," in March 2003. The run was later extended through 2007. Producers say nearly 2.5 million people have seen Dion's show since it opened in the Colosseum, a $95 million theater built for the production. The final block of tickets for performances from August through December will go on sale on March 1. Bush Sr. has new right hip ROCHESTER, Minn. Hours after attending former President Gerald Ford's funeral, former President George H.W. Bush underwent surgery to replace his right hip, the Mayo Clinic announced yesterday, a day after the procedure was performed. The surgery, completed Wednesday morning, was a success, said a Mayo Clinic . spokesman. He said the 82-year-old former president was undergoing physical therapy : and was expected to be released by tomorrow. GETTING IT STRAIGHT The 23rd Aloha 'Aina Earth Day recycling collection will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the McKinley High School parking lot. An incorrect date was listed in a story on Page B4 yesterday. The exhibit "Nightwalks: New York at Night" at the wine boutique Simply Grape is by photographer Irwin Silver. An incorrect first name was used in a story on Page El Dec. 19. The nonprofit East Hawaii Coalition for the Homeless continues to operate on the Big Island. A headline on a story on Page Bl yesterday was incorrect. If you have a question or concern about the accuracy, fairness or thoroughness of an item in The Honolulu Advertiser, please call Assistant Managing Editor Stephen Downes at 525-8066. 4 3) t The Honolulu Advertiser H0N0LULUADVERTISER.COM 605 Kapl'olani Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96813 Copyright MICHAEL J. FISCH President and Publisher 525-7440 William R. Bogert Vice President, Production 690-8868 Michael Cuaato Jr. Vice President, Circulation 525-7643 Roger R. Forness Vice President, Technology 525 7699 SUBSCRIPTIONS To subscribe: 538-NEWS (538-6397) Delivery questions: 538-NEWS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Suggested four-week rates for urban Honolulu ZIP-code areas: Dally Advertiser only $10.00 Friday, Saturday and Sunday $8 00 Dally and Sunday $ 1 6 .00 Rates may be higher on the Neighbor Islands. The publisher reserves the right to change subscription rates with 28 days notice. This may be by mail, contained within the newspaper or otherwise. Rate changes may be implemented by changing the duration of the subscription. The Honolulu Advertiser. USPS 249-440. Gannett Pacific Corp., published each morning at 605 Kapl'olani Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96813. Periodicals postage paid at Honolulu. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3350, Honolulu, HI 96801. The Honolulu AdvartlMr tupporu recycling Only recycled newsprint u used for thi newspaper. Bush traveled to the clinic late Tuesday after attending the Washington funeral of Ford, where he delivered a eulogy. J.Lo excited by Hispanic honor Jennifer Lopez dominates People en Espanol's 100 Most Influential Hispanics list. "Being a role model for others is a great part of my job," she told the magazine. "It ex cites me to think I am capable to do that to somebody: change opinions, or make people think, laugh or cry." J.Lo, 37, who wed Lopez Marc Anthony in 2004, wants kids but is serene: "I feel accomplished, satisfied, in peace and centered like I (have) never been before in my whole life." Say goodbye to The O.C "The O.C," Fox's pretty face-heavy teen soap, is dead after four seasons. The show, once the hottest thing since "Beverly Hills, 90210," at one time drew nearly 10 million viewers (down to this season's 4.1 million). It will have its final episode Feb. 22. Screen Actors picks favorites The Screen Actors Guild Awards yesterday announced this year's nominations, with "Babel," "Dreamgirls" and "Little Miss Sunshine" getting three nominations each, while Leonardo DiCaprio (as a cop in "The Departed" and a mercenary in "Blood Diamonds") and Helen Mirren nabbed two each. Mirren is honored for book-end roles: as Queen Elizabeth in the TV movie "Elizabeth I," and as the modern Queen Elizabeth II in "The Queen" on the big screen. Advertiser news services Sizzling & Sensational Prime Steaks ttf 921-6112 2007, Gannett Pacific Corp 150th year. No. 52,712 Richard Fuke Vice President. Finance 525-7442 Jason Taylor Vice President, Sales 525-8620 Mark Platte Vice PresidentEditor 625-8080 READER SERVICES General information Toll-free (877) Photo reprints, back issues Weddings, births ADVERTISING Classified Retail Legal NEWS To report an error Business 535-2453 Fax: Editorials 525-8031 525-8000 233-1133 525-7620 535-2410 521-9111 525-7653 525-7420 525-8066 525-6763 525-8055 525-8037 Island Life 525-8034 Fax: Local 525-8090 Fax? Online' 525-8078 Photos 525-8079 Sports 2 525-8040 Fax: Big Island 935-3916 Maui 244-4880' Kaua'i 245-3074 525-5491 THE ALMANAC Honolulu temperatures (as of 3 p.m. yesterday) High 80 Low Normal high 81 Normal low 66 Record high 85(1987) Record low 58(1979) Honolulu precipitation (24 hours as of 3 p.m. yesterday) Yesterday . Trace Normal 0.09" Jan. total Trace Jan. normal 0.36' Total this year Trace Yearly normal .0.36' Humidity at 7 a m. .70 Humidity at 4 p.m 57 Around the state (As of 3 p.m. yesterday) High Low Precip. Kane'ohe. O'ahu 77 ...72 0.02", Lihu'e, Kaua'i..... 76 70 0.0T Kahului, Maui 78 70 0.02- Lahaina, Maui 75 -...70 Trace Hilo, Hawai'i 75 67 0.34" Kailua, Kona, Hawai'i 81 75 Trace O'AHU SURF Heights based on National Weather Service method of measuring the wave (ace from trough to crest. Today Tomorrow Eattlhort 6-9 H 7-10 ft. North hor. 3-6 ft 8-10 ft. W.Hhor 2-4 ft 6-9 It. South thore 1-2 ft. 4-7 ft. TIDES TODAY (all charts for Honolulu Harbor) to us cn H 5:25 am 2.3 5:34pm0.6. L 12:47pm 0.1 1 6:37pm 0.0 TOMORROW ; m r??Ti ua L "1:20 pm 0.1 11:16pm 0.2 ' ride charts (ram EKNA Services. Inc. Tides elsewhere Using Honolulu tides as a basis, add or subtract the hourminute figures below. For height: Add or subtract the figure below, or multiply If the figure is preceded by an asterisk (). Time Height 3 High Low High Low O'ahu Hale'iwa -1:02 -2:05 '0.80 '0.80 Hanauma -0:59 -0:45 0.0 0.0 Kane'ohe -1:46 -1:18 0.3 0,2 Wai'anae 0:20 0:18 -0.1 0.0 Waimanalo -1:15 -1:09 '0.85 '0.85 Maul Hana -1:13 -1:23 0.5 0.0 Kahului -1:53 -1:41 0.4 0.2 Lahaina -0:35 -0:40 0.2 0.1 MS'alaea -0:01 -0:22 0.3 0.0 Kaua'i Hanalei -1:28 -1:47 0.0 0.0 Nawlliwili -0:27 -0:25 -0.1 0.0 Ft. Allen -0:36 -0:22 '0.85 '0.85 Big Island Hllo -1:04 -0:59 0.5 0.1 Honu'apo -0:26 -0:16 0.5 0.1 Kailua, Kona -0:26 -0:22 0.1 0.0 Kawaihae -0:04 -0:03 0.0 0.0 Kealakekua -0:18 -0:12 0.1 0.0 Moioka'i Kaunakakai -0:06 -0:08 0,1 0.0 Una'l Kaumalapau 0:02 0:03 0.2 0.0 SUN, MOON PHASES Jan. Jan. 11 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Sunrise 7:10 a.m. mm Sunset 6:03 p.m. Moonriat 6:25 p.m. 9:04 am Subway N.Y. man who pulled teen off tracks given medal, Disney trip BY VERENA DOBNIK Associated Press NEW YORK A man's rescue of a teen who fell on the subway tracks earned him the title "the hero of Harlem" yesterday, plus $10,000 from Donald Trump and a trip to Disney World. Mayor Michael Bloomberg bestowed the title on Wesley Autrey as he presented him with the city's highest award for civic achievement, calling the 50-year-old construction worker "a great man a man who makes us all proud to be New Yorkers." Past recipients of the Bronze Medallion have included Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Martin Luther King Jr., Muhammad Ali and Willie Mays. Bloomberg said he thought about Autrey's actions as he waited for his downtown subway yesterday morning, looking at how much space was between the rails. "I don't know what I would have done," the mayor said at a jam-packed news conference. Autrey, who said people now recognize him on the street and called him a "superhero," downplayed the notion that he had done anything extraordinary. "The real heroes are the young men and women fighting in Iraq," Autrey, a Navy veteran who served in Vietnam, said at city hall. The last honoree was Housing Authority employee Felix Vasquez, who caught a baby thrown from a burning building in 2005. On Tuesday, Autrey saw Cameron Hollopeter, a 19-year-old film student, suffering a seizure while waiting for a train. After stumbling down the station platform, Hollopeter, of Littleton, Mass., fell onto the tracks Hawai'i forecast A small-craft advisory will continue into the weekend with breezy conditions because of a strong area of high pressure to the north and an area of low pressure to the southeast. Expect more than normal windward and leeward showers this afternoon. Kaua'i Lihu'e 7971, Showers Tomorrow: 7970, Showers Ni ihau O'ahu Honolulu 8069, Windward showers Tomorrow. 8070, Mostly sunny t3u BEACH HAZARDS For daily forecast, go to http:ocean safety.soest .hawaii.edu Una'! City 7864, Sunny Tomorrow: 7863, Sunny Honolulu forecast Today 80, Windward showers Tonight 69, Some showers Tomorrow 60 70, Mostly sunny Sunday 61 68, Mostly sunny Monday 8168, Partly cloudy Marine forecast Coastal waters: Small-craft advisory. Wind east 15 to 25 knots. Wind waves 8 to 10 feet. Easterly swell 9 to 10 feet Channels: Small-craft advisory. Wind east 1 5 to 25 knots. Wind waves and swells near 12 feet. Winds E 12 to 25 mph UV Index (0-15 scale) Today, 5 (mod.); Tomorrow, 6 (high) 0-2, Low; 3-5, Moderate: 6-7. High; 8-10, Veiy High; 1t, Extreme Mainland forecast Three storms are affecting the nation. One is bringing rain to coastal Washington. A second is bringing snow to the central Rockies and Four Corners areas. A third is bringing rain to the Atlantic Seaboard and Appalachians. Santa Ana winds are buffeting California. G,M,Fa"! .V -i rjh to. ,J ffl'&fri r-' , f 20s VnTv-T' Dee Moines J ) JLyTfykr ' .Reno -7 sVa.? i- Um.Jp Vs.n ':' VV v Ka'nCityi Clnclnn 4 wlon ( v Las f -rl r J sok ,i-' f Phoenix rl ' BmUngtiU Atlas Diego "VT -J "as Ati 70 j i i fEI Paso -Shrevport A I AccuWeather.com X'X Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2007 -10s -8S k Ik Ms Ik Ik f e CoM front - Cold air pushing against warm air in direction of Knobs. .. - - Worm front - Warm air pushing against cold air In direction of knobs, -ts- Stationary front - A boundary between cold and warm air masses. " Trough - An elongated area of relatively low pressure. ' jt stream - High-speed winds in a narrow band in the atmosphere. ! SHOWERS , T-ST0RM !;; RAIN hero off in if b ' ' I . : : 7 1 13.''' ' ' : . r "t . . n il l! nl i .it ii n in I ii i.i i ii in ill BEBETO MATTHEWS Associated Press Wesley Autrey shows daughters Syshe, 4, left, and Shuqui, 6, the bronze star awarded him by the mayor as the "hero of Harlem." Donald Trump gave him $10,000 and David Letterman interviewed him. as a train was on its way in. Autrey, who had his two young daughters along, said something needed to be done and, as he later said, he thought: "I'm the only one to do it." He jumped down to the tracks, a few feet below platform level, grabbed the young man and rolled with him into a drainage El INFO BY CELL PHONE For Lfl 1 updated weather, send a text message with ZIP CODE to 44636 (4INFO). Info is free; your cell-phone service plan may charge a fee. Sharle Shlma Kfine'ohe 7771, Showers Tomorrow: 7871, Showers Moioka'i Kaunakakal 7966, Sunny Tomorrow: 7865, Sunny Kahnlnl RMRA Shnuuorc t-. Tomorrow: Lana' Maui Showers Lahaina 8065, Showers Tomorrow: 8063, Showers Hawai'i Kailua, Kona 8169, Sunny Tomorrow: 8268, Sunny y it' Hilo t 8065, '4 Showers Tomorrow: 7865, Showers RuSSia ,- ?f ."'Bering XTJ S A J2 ;. Hawaiian islands O'ViW 180 150 20 St Low-pressure system - Winds blow counter-clockwise High-preasur tot 701 mi tot tm rjisia system - Winds blow clockwise around around system; usually associated system; weather with stormy weather. conditions usually mild. SNOW : ice to Disney World trough between the rails as the southbound No. 1 train came into the 137th StreetCity College station. Some train cars passed over Autrey and Hollopeter with only inches to spare, but neither man suffered any harm. Hollopeter, hospitalized for his medical condition, was in stable NATION Toda Sat HUSky HLSky Albuquerque 4525c 392 1sn Anchorage 0-10S -4-10C Atlanta 6647r 7151c Atlantic City 6259r 7244pc Baltimore 6556r 7244pc Birmingham 6652r 6854c Boston 5750r 6044pc Buffalo 5545r 5435'c Burlington VT 454 1r 4835c Charleston SC 7856c 7655s Chicago 5234pc 4127pc Cincinnati 6146r 5534c Cleveland 5945r 5435c Dallas 7042s 5435c Denver 259sn 371 7s Des Moines 4227pc 4423s Detroit 5441r 4831c El Paso 6237pc 5128pc Fairbanks -25-39C -23-38C Fargo 3120c 3517pc Great Falls 3527pc 4320sn Hagatna, Guam 8777pc 8677pc Hartford CT 5848r 6539pc Houston 7658s 6644r Indianapolis 5643r 5031pc Jackson, MS 7063pc 6852c Kansas City 4630pc 4426pc Las Vegas 6532s 523 1s Little Rock 6146s 6040C Los Angeles 6442s 7045s Louisville 6250r 5936c Memphis 645 1pc 644 1c Miami 8273pc 8670pc Milwaukee 5035pc 4327pc Minneapolis 3726c 4023pc Nashville 6550r 6042c New Orleans 7259pc 7760c New York City 6156r 6947pc Oklahoma City 5534s 4828c Omaha 4226c 4124s Orlando 8065pc 8262pc Philadelphia 6457r 7144pc Phoenix 6039pc 6039s Pittsburgh 6352r 6038c Portland ME 494 1r 4833c Portland OR 4140r 4336r Raleigh 7154c 7349s Reno 341 4pc 4223pc Richmond 7159c 7844s Sacramento 5230s 6233s St. Louis 5839pc 463 1pc Saipan 8675pc 8475pc Salt Lake City 3317sn 3218pc San Diego 6244pc 7146s San Francisco 5441 s 5544s San Juan, PR 8272pc 8272pc Seattle 424 1r 4539r Sioux Falls 3822sn 4 12 1s Tampa 8169pc 6167pc Washington 6455r 7345s WORLD Yesterday Today HU Sky HIU Sky Athens 5241r 5241pc Auckland 70757s 7058s Baghdad 6038oc 5440r Bangkok 9272pc 8977pc Beijing 3520pc 301 9s Berlin 4839r 434 1r Cairo 6448pc 5846r Fii B476IS 8578tS Hong Kong 6755pc 875 1s Islamabad 5975s 5839s Istanbul 4838pc 5043pc Jakarta 9175c 8776c Jerusalem 5544pc 4945r Johannesburg 8354s 8155s Kabul 363s 361 5s London 5343pc 5241r Manila 9172r 8673pc Mexico City 7541pc 7341s Montreal 5036pc 4839r Moscow 3425sn 3428c Nairobi 7147r 7651r New Delhi 7040s 7043s Okinawa 7365r 7465pc Paris 5343pc 5046c Rio de Janeiro 8672ts 8472ts Rome 5546pc 5739pc Seoul 5125s 45(20pc Shanghai 4943c 5140pc Singapore 9074pc 8875ts Stockholm 4537r 3927c , Sydney 7764pc 7766s Tahiti 8976pC 8575pc Taipei 6757c 6756pc Tokyo 5035pc 5040s Toronto 5245pc 6342c ' Vancouver 4738pc 4841r Vienna 4834r 4337r 8164, Key: ccloudy ffalr iice pcptly cldy rrain ssun snsnow tst-stofms wwindy It was "a death-defying act of bravery. We truly have not seen anything like this. ... He was at the right place at the right time and did the right thing." ELLIOT SANDER Metropolitan Transportation Authority executive director condition yesterday. Metropolitan Transportation Authority executive director Elliot Sander called Autrey's action "a death-defying act of bravery. We truly have not seen anything like this. ... He was at the right place at the right time and did the right thing." After the city hall ceremony, a limousine whisked Autrey who also received a year's worth of free subway rides to a meeting with Trump, who presented him with $10,000. He was given $2,500 by the New York Film Academy to start a scholarship fund for his children, and tickets to the Broadway musical "The Lion King"and a backstage tour. Autrey, who did the morning news show circuit yesterday and taped a David Letterman TV show appearance later in the day, will be flown to Los Angeles for an appearance next week on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show. As for his new celebrity, he concluded, "good things happen when you do good." In a statement released through a hospital spokesman, the Hollopeter family called Autrey "a blessing from the Almighty. He deserves all of the attention and the accolades that are now being bestowed upon him." Newsday contributed to this report. i mi 1 4tt&m&fizm&&3?3i I

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