The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on April 25, 1999 · 30
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JL2 Sunday April 25 1999 GOOD MORNING! The Sacramento Bee T i Month 2 begins NATO bombing enters its second month and at the 50th anniversary alliance summit in I Washington leaders try to de- cide how to cut off oil supplies to Yugoslavia But one Russian diplomat warns that the con-r'tinued bombing could start : World War III : 1 Page A1 ' : A morning of mourning i Craig Scott and his family ! are among the 3000 people ’ x'who gather to mourn Craig’s : 17-year-old sister Rachel Joy Scott She was one of the first ' to die in the massacre at Col-‘ iumbine High in Littleton Colo 1 She is remembered as a girl - ’with an odd sense of humor a love of floppy hats and a devo-t " tiontoGod ‘ Pagekt A place like home Littleton Colo is a familiar place columnist Peter King says With its suburban housing tracts and quiet demeanor Littleton could be mistaken for places like Granite Bay But the events of the past week have turned a place one resident calls “Mayberry RFD” into the center of a storm Page A1 A different look f JT For years Napa State Hospital was a serene pastoral place But recent changes -such as 16-foot fences and guard kiosks - have made the hospital a lot more ominous Page A1 t 'v N Marking the right path The idea of a court-appointed special advocate or CASA might just seem like a chaperone for kids who get out of Juvenile Hall But with time and trust kids and CASAs can both learn about life Page B1 :: It’s not easy being teen It’s easy to play the Blame Game in the Columbine trage-dy columnist Diana Griego Er- win says But as one young Sacramentan’s story shows teens are very adept at keeping ' ' their pain from becoming obvi-ous to parents and teachers l Page B1 Time to retire? Cal Ripken knew when it twas time to end his consecu- tive-game streak in baseball Washington Post columnist Thomas Boswell wonders if he will know when it’s time to exit Bring out the familia The Festival de la Familia is today and if you are one of the many to descend on Old Sac you might want to keep in mind 10 tips for having a good time Page D1 Take a chance Columnist Jacquelyn Mit-chard believes that people wait too long to commit But the only way to make sure nothing goes wrong is also the only surefire strategy for making sure nothing goes right Page D2 Designer or dangerous? Its supporters see biotechnology as a way to feed the world inexpensively but its critics have serious concerns over its safety Page HI Parks need more color The National Park Service disturbed by studies showing that a disproportionately large number of visitors are white plans some quick changes to boost diversity Page 13 A little eye candy More and more airlines are discovering that a picture can indeed be worth a thousand words and are decorating their planes with artwork that looks good from the runway Page 15 i wn Been there seen that Bee Movie Critic Joe Baltake says teen flicks keep multiplying these days and to date 1999 has already given us “She’s All That” “Jawbreaker” “Cruel Intentions” “10 Things I Hate About You” and “Never Been Kissed” And they all basically have the same plot Page 9 Connery untouchable? Actor Sean Connery was able to convince 20th Century Fox executives that his latest film “Entrapment” (which opens on Friday) should be shot on location in Scotland and his ability to do so might have been enhanced by the fact he not only acts in it but produces it v Page 12 Monica won’t do more US interviews Apparently rattled by a couple of tough interviews former White House intern Monica Lewinsky is done with US reporters her publicist says After a grilling by Matt Lauer on NBC’s “Today” Lewinsky left the studio and canceled an interview she promised to ABC News Radio Jamie Brickhouse of St Martin's Press — the company that published “Monica���s Story” and has sponsored Lewinsky’s book tour — later told the Washington Post that Lewinsky would complete appearances in Miami New Orleans and Dallas this week but planned no more interviews in the United States Neither Lewinsky’s spokesperson nor one for NBC immediately returned telephone messages left by the Associated Press but Brickhouse told the Post that the interview with Lauer “was very emotional” for Lewinsky Lauer asked her if she understood that her affair with President Clinton brought the country to a halt for the past year Get the Force a week early Cancel those plans to camp out in line at least during the week before “Star Wars: Episode 1 — The Phantom Menace” opens on May 19 Tickets for “Phantom Menace” the most anticipated movie since “Gone With the Wind” will be available through theater box offices and the MovieFone credit card ticket service May 12 beginning at noon PDT The agreement to sell advance tickets is a significant concession by “Star Wars” creator George Lucas and 20th Century Fox who asked a month ago for a ban on presales for j j a 1 UNLIMITEDSAILING Including All Instructions Catalina 22’s on Folsom Lake wwwlovetosailcom Martin’s ASA Sailing (916)369-77001 msraigisgwjirse FREE 2nd Opinion § PREVIOUS TT T (52SP OH BAKXRUPTCYP N 7IWNT It s Hard To Stop A Trane M Brower i Mechanical Services 338-0803 624-0803 LICENSE 686451 Ilzi i i r i laieg miie Gtemmdfc OSEfa QfjjnmdSm Star-studded affair Nintendo legends Donkey Kong Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on the first video game to feature all the first two weeks of showings in order to discourage scalping MovieFone which provides advance sales for more than 18000 of the nation’s 34000 screens said that to discourage scalping it would allow only two six-ticket transactions on a single credit card within a one-week period Theaters haven’t yet signed contracts to show the new movie Is there a Lawsuit Spice? What do the Spice Girls really really want? Profits from T-shirt sales would be nice Spice Girls Ltd the licensing agent for the popular British music group sued Polygram Merchandising Inc and another distributor Friday asking for at least $100000 in compensation for shirts it says the companies sold without authorization Sales of authorized Spice Girls merchandise totaled $150 million over the past year including $25 million from clothing the licensing agent said Getting her message across Folk singer Ani DiFranco knows one song that definitely will be on her Visit our factory and showroom Factory direct pricing Vinvl 395 sf Hardwood $2375 (and up) Sf installed $18 installed Call for free estimate or to schedule an in home appoi men! (916) 856-7077(800) 497-3324 www shuttersforopeners com il 10 below any i Dept store discounted price GUARANTEED Bradview Dr Sacramento Cont Lie 603802 u&iaxuw taa?TMai Associated Press photograph Mario and Yoshil appear at the MGM Grand Saturday to unveif Super Smash Bros three of the characters play list when she performs in Birmingham Ala today — “Hello Birmingham” which focuses on abortion violence In the song DiFranco reflects on the sniper killing of a Buffalo NY doctor who performed abortions and the bombing of a Birmingham abortion clinic that killed a police officer The Doctor is in Big-band trumpeter Doc Severin-sen isn’t slowing down years after Johnny Carson signed off “The Tonight Show” “My wife tugs at my coattails every once in a while about it” said the 72-year-old Severinsen Severinsen said the revival of swing music makes sense to him “The music is perfectly valid today” he said “It has a compelling beat and dam good melodies” A birthday they can’t refuse Movie director-writer Paul Mazursky is 69 Actor A1 Pacino is 59 Actress Talia Shire is 53 Actor Hank Azaria is 35 Singer Andy Bell (Erasure) is 35 Musician Eric Avery (Jane’s Addiction) is 34 By Ian Cahir from Bee news services il SACRAMENTO MA in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage Family & Child Counseling Satisfies educational requirements for licensure as an MFC Counselor by the BBS Meets Business & Professions Code Section 498037 - tth v s x A School of Education Sacramento Regional Campus 1485 Response Road suite 229 Sacramento CA r Michael J Schermer MD (916)453-1111 — wwwlasereyescom v : Quote l-- of the day: “China doesn't havi to be kepi in the cupboard for rain) days I’m a working mother with too kids but lea if fit china into my day” Duchess of Yort Sarah Ferguson showing the enthusiasm that got her a two-year contract as spokeswoman for Wedgwood china' ' CALIFORNIA LOTTERY SUPERLOTTO V s j V Saturday's results' " A 7 15 29 35 48 "50 RECAP ' 1 P April 21 J“: ' 1 12 18 23 27 ° 30 April 17 : 16 20 29 A3 44 45 April 14 '"' 13 16 39 42 44 46 FANTASY 5 ' Saturday’s results'' ’ 1 14 16 20 ‘37 Friday’s winners 5-NUMBER MATCH' 'i 4 won $16324 4-NUMBER MATCH 320 won $176 ’ 3-NUMBER MATCH 7235 won 10 2-NUMBER MATCH 57251 won free play ' DAILY 3 Saturday 8 72 BIG SPIN WINNERS $75000 Tessa Feaster of Grand Terrace $75000 Kathy tone of Palmdale $75000 Annlouise McClean of San 'Diego DAILY DERBY Saturday 2 6-11 Racetime 1:4715 itji'i Accredited Graduate Programs for Working Professional “i w- tH‘‘ -f rl rr Information Meetings Tuesday April 27 - 6:00pm Tuesday May 18 - 6:00pm To reserve a space call (916) 920-4524 t t n'- Today She Woke Up to Her World In Focus : 1 i ' Call Now Forp§iELartl dMgEfg i t Page C6 ' C

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