Pottsville Republican from Pottsville, Pennsylvania on October 13, 1990 · 10
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10 POTTSVILLE (PA.) REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1990 People ft "Si -t " - -J Cher regrets teen-age affair with Beatty NEW YORK (AP) - Cher and Madonna have a few tilings in common i successful singing career, movie stardom and Warren Beatty. "That was before Sonny. Warren has probably been with everybody I know and unfortunately I was one of them," Cher said in the November issue of Vanity Fair magazine. "But since I was only 16, maybe I can get out of it with that. I don't know if I was a bimbo then, but I had pretty low self-esteem," she said. Madonna and Beatty, who co-stared in the film "Dick Tracy," had a highly publicized affair, now ended. CHER Cher says she has five other tattoos in addition to the one she bared in her "If I Could Turn Back Time" video. "I don't know why I like tattoos so much," she said. "I can't defend them. I love getting them." Only child Maples would keep name if wed NEW YORK (AP) Model Maria Maples says she'd keep her name if she were to tie the knot with her alleged lover, Donald Trump. "I always promised my daddy I'd keep my name, because I'm an only child and he never had a son," Maples, 26, said in the November issue of Vanity Fair magazine. "I said, 'Daddy, don't you worry.' So I don't know, maybe Maria Maples Trump," she said. Cuomo to try acupuncture on knee injury ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Gov. Mario Cuomo is turning to acupuncture for treatment of a knee injury. Cuomo, 58, said Friday he got the idea at a campaign reception this week in New York City with Asian-American supporters. The governor says he injured his knee while playing basketball with an aide about a week ago. He says it frequently stiffens and makes it difficult to walk. Cuomo has a history of back problems but has never received acupuncture treatments before. Miss Moscow has been busy on all fronts IRVINE, Calif. (AP) Mariya "Masha" Kalinina has been a busy Miss Moscow. "What can I say? I am here because of Miss Moscow," the first crowned beauty queen in Soviet history said during a recent Calif ornia visit. Since winning the title two years ago, she has appeared in an Italian movie, "Pay Attention to Perestroika," and cut a record, "Love Me," in France. And she wrote a book, "Me, Miss Moscow: The Diary of a Beauty Queen." Kalinina, 19, said she was shocked to hear of reports she agreed to pose for Penthouse and Playboy magazines. She said she refused. Davis-Goldblum marriage on the rocks LOS ANGELES (AP) Citing irreconcilable differences, Oscar winner Geena Davis filed for divorce to end a nearly three-year marriage to actor Jeff Goldblum. The petition was filed in Superior Court It said the two have been estranged since Sept 1. Davis, 33, won a supporting actress Academy Award for her role as Muriel, an offbeat dog trainer in the 1988 film "The Accidental Tourist" Goldblum, 36, and Davis co-starred in the remake of the horror classic "The Fly." They also appeared together in the comedy "Earth Girls Are Easy." The two were married Nov. 1, 1987, and have no children. . : A : V if Associated Press Armed and ready Dennis Kucmerowski, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a member of the American Kitefliers Association, flies his kite with a sense of humor Friday at the association's convention in Seaside, Ore. It takes four lines to fly his double-diamond stunt kite, so naturally, he says, he needs four arms. Soviet rock music ians finally get their MTV NEW YORK (AP) - For all those Kremlin rockers screaming "I want my MTV!" their wish has come true. Starting this weekend, that most American of youthful tube treats music television will be beamed to 88 million Soviet households on prime-time TV. It took the New York-based cable music video .channel two years to reach a deal with the Soviet television company Gostelradio creating the show, which will include several commercials from such U.S. advertisers as LA Gear and Wrangler. The current contract is to run for a year. "It's sort of another nail in the coffin in the Cold War," said Tom Freston, chairman of MTV Networks. "It's certainly a snapshot of a subculture (viewers) have seen very Jittte of." " The show and commercials are spoken entirely in English, with only Russian-language subtitles to guide young rockers. MTV is the latest in a string of U.S. cultural icons welcomed by the So viets since they began liberalizing their economy in the late 1980s. Just in the past year, purveyors of Americanism such as McDonald's and Pizza Hut have set up shop in the Soviet Union. The MTV programming, included in a popular youth-oriented Soviet program called "Glance," consists of two music video shows produced by MTV Europe. The two together total one hour. One is "European Top 20 Countdown," already seen in 24 other countries including some in Eastern Europe; the other is "The Party Zone." This weekend's debut of "The Party Zone" features American rappers LL Cool J and Young MC. While the program lacks any Soviet rock bands, MTV officials say they expect to include some later. None of the show's advertisers is currently distributing products in the Soviet Union, although Wrangler and Benetton are expected to begin shortly, Freston said. Yeltsin back to work after traffic accident MOSCOW (AP) Russian President Boris N. Yeltsin, who made his political comeback by railing against official privileges, found himself facing the issue Friday on his first day back at "work after a car crash. Yeltsin, limping slightly, officially resumed work at the Russian republic parliament by opening a committee meeting. He had been hurt in a road accident Sept. 12 near his office and had been recovering at home, Tass reported. The accident stirred debate in the Russian parliament over giving the republic leader a special car for safer transportation. He had been riding in a Soviet-built Volga sedan. After the accident, Russian officials ordered four armor-plated luxury cars for Yeltsin and his prime minister, Ivan Silayev, from Gorky Auto Works plant. But the plant refused, saying it only made such cars for national leaders. British newspapers last week reported Yeltsin would swap his car for an armor-plated Mercedes Benz. Russian republic officials quickly denied the report, saying they had received no such offer. The latest wrinkle came Friday, when the labor newspaper Trad reported thelConaly motor works east of Moscow, which makes armored vans for banks, has offered to build safe, "comfortable" cars for Yeltsin and his prime ininister, Ivan Silayev. ' The newspaper did not say whether Yeltsin accepted the offer. H POTTSVILLE EPUBL OMEMAKE ICAN presents the US SCHOOI Monday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m; in the Pottsville Area High School Auditorium Join us for a wonderfully entertaining and educational event, featuring cooking demonstrations and home managemment ideas as presented by Home Economist Patricia Wade Patricia Wade Oj'-fcl o t-ic intil rtrIxirtrrv? &f"sTJr f i' i a m. m m .it mm n ii m i m mm. n uwa m ii. mm c ti j. .it. .....-".. , .- " .-. . -X. . :.... , ...1, " -k -. : ....:..x - Sv-s x i ' 1 1Iir:ty TV k Appliances; with stores in Pottsville and , Tacsaqaa; will transform the auditorium stage into a working , kitchen with the latest in major appliances,: ' 0; lx!4ius Hiivvre, Saint Clair will complete the Idtchen on , stse with tk dislay Qt handsome wooden cabinet, including -many aanveaiemce features, s s-o -x , ? ; I2eys Studio cf U&ix Design brwigsburg will participate by provtdiu Wade. custom" gift- baskets .with gunsat- cc3 ni -fez ltd C , liiSidiiiiMisiiii : JUm&etztifg JPurnitere, : Valley .View," ;c.r ; 1 4, r. certifiteasaaoorprize.'' ox-,:';or.5' o! - -vg provtdius Mir styling, matce-up ana a manicure tor jfamcia Ssrcascfet Ten, Fottsvilie will model distinctive women's wear for the eeason during a fa$hion show, midway through. ;tfea program. v display of an assortment cf fiHesJ b3-iets; v4 Jj r rv: n 1 1 Nathsnfs Furniture Store pottsvilie -plzz to c;;.:r- r. s - household gift item as-a door prize and incjuda & rr"::;l v liiiiiPKiiiffiiiim guarantee that Sharons models look their best by doing their -. pjve rilled hags of groceries , will, be. prcvUrd fey cich c. U:5 make-up and hair styling for the show s - following supermaricets;x V " Vo ' s you with a Christmas wonderland or aecoratmg iaeas ror your , home, A door prize will also be offered. iladzievich Economy tG now iaKir3s VCli & ' Wicker Palace, Friedensburg will display two lovely wicker - , - -j LL - x , : s? room settings on stage, a living room and dining room set, ; Way-Mart Food siarKsi r.Inemille , ; , x , , PM4f0VM I would like the following number fl W yYTH of complimentary tickets to The pi REPUBLICAN'S oresentation of LJ The Homemakers School (limit 4 tickets per coupon). REPUBLICAN subscriber non-subscriber n LJ LTI V J I Name Q Street Town I n Phone ' U if n oi'li'nrr nmmn uaii TTT TCT inplna o oolf- LJ " r ' J m-m addressed, stamped envelope. Zip C Complimentary tickets for the show are now available. Everyone who attends will receive a FREE gift bag, with a Homemakers School cookbook, recipes and coupons. Everyone will also have a chance to win one of many valuable door prizes. Redeem the coupon at left for tickets IN PERSON at the following REPUBLICAN offices: 111 Mahantongo St., Pottsville Schuylkill Mall,. Frackville 419 Market St., Lykens ALSO at: Klinger & Stehr, Valley View BY MAII: Send the coupon, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, to: Homemakers School, The Pottsville REPUBLICAN, 111 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, PA 17901.

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