Tuesday, March 9, 1999

Winners will spring into some new makeup.

These three will get
a jump on makeup
colors of Spring

We have three winners who were ready to "Spring Into Colors" of the new makeup season.

Thanks to all those who mailed or faxed in entries for the contest, offered by the Star-Bulletin and Neiman Marcus. There were enough entries to fill three huge mail bins, far too much for our weary eyes to count.

The lucky winners are:

Bullet Dale Okumura of Mililani, a student in nursing, whose last makeup purchase was face powder. She is the winner of the Trish McEvoy collection that features a small makeup "planner," two eye shadows, one nail color, Highlights lip gloss, Glycolic Body Lotion and more.

Bullet Sharon Quia of Kaneohe, who is sure she will have to share her prize with at least one of her four daughters who had also entered the contest. She takes home the Laura Mercier collection of Foundation Primer, mascara, "Mauve" Eye Colour, "Coral" Lip Colour, "Chestnut" lip pencil and a velour puff.

Bullet Lori Bogle of Honolulu, a credit union loan processor who says she has to face people all day. She won the Bobbi Brown collection featuring Exfoliating Face Wash, Sunless Tanning Face Gel, Cream Blush Stick, thickening mascara, SPF 15 Lip Shine, Lip Gloss and Nail Sheer.

Congratulations all!


By Cindy Ellen Russell, Star-Bulletin
Ipo, or gourds, are used in hula.

Display honors Halau O Maiki

An exhibit of hula instruments and implements celebrating the art of hula and honoring Halau Hula O Maiki will be displayed through March 20 at the library of Kapi'olani Community College.

The halau, founded in 1946 by kumu hula Maiki Aiu, is the oldest in the islands.

Among items on display are a drum dubbed "Tubby," which was used by the kumu hula; it has been restored and renamed "Kani Hou," in recognition of its new voice.

Exhibit hours are 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Fridays and 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays; the library is closed on Sundays.


Career fair for teens

Castle Complex's Career Fair , 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Windward Mall will focus on six career paths -- arts and communications, business management and technology, health services, human services, industrial and engineering technology, and natural resources and agriculture. There will be professionals to answer questions, entertainment and prizes. Call 235-114.



HPA hosts horse show

This weekend horse lovers have a chance to watch equestrians in action at the 23rd Annual Horse Trials and Dressage Show at the Hawaii Preparatory Academy's upper campus in Waimea, Hawaii.

The trials consist of three events where each rider must use the same horse. In the first event, riders show their horsemanship by making their horses perform some difficult steps and gaits. Then, the horses and their masters will gallop and jump over natural obstacles in the cross country jumping, and in the last test, competitors will perform a stadium of show jumps. Scores for the three events will be determined by the penalty points each rider receives.

In the dressage competition, each rider will gain up to 10 points by making their horse perform a series of prescribed movements. The equestrian with the highest percentage will win this event.

The show will be Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call Judy Folk at 1-808-885-4302 or Franz Solmssen at 1-808-885-4143.



Coming to the big screen

Seven movies begin their Oahu run on Friday:

bullet Baby Geniuses: Dr. Elena Kinder (Kathleen Turner) is a billionaire funding secret experiments on infant geniuses, hoping to capitalize on the babies' knowledge. Sly, the smartest of the baby geniuses, escapes from the lab and unites the babies of the outside world to help free the babies trapped in the lab. (PG)

bullet Central Station: A cynical, joyless woman crosses paths with a lonely young boy in a train station in Rio de Janeiro and ends up helping the boy travel through the countryside in search of his father. As she does, the woman also makes a voyage of self-discovery. (R)

bullet The Corruptor: Takes place in Chinatown in New York where officer Nick Chin (Chow Yun-Fat) must try to keep the peace when a turf war erupts between the Triads and Fukienese Dragons. Also starring Mark Wahlberg. (R)

bullet The Deep End of the Ocean: Beth Cappadora and her husband Pat live through every parent's worse nightmare when their son disappears. Then he mysteriously reappears nine years later. Stars Michelle Pfeiffer. (PG-13)

bullet Gods and Monsters: Sir Ian McKellen portrays an urbane English homosexual who becomes obsessed with an Adonis from a wildly different world. In this case it's Brendan Fraser as the hunk who mows the lawn. (R)

bullet The Rage: Carrie 2: Over 20 years has passed since the Bates High School prom night massacre. A misfit new student named Rachel (Emily Bergl) begins coming out of her shell after she meets an understanding football player. Then Rachel learns that her fellow students are laying a trap for her, and she unleases her telekinetic powers. (R)

bullet Wing Commander: Earth year: 2654. Three wind commanders lead their elite fighter squadron to save mankind from the evil alien race known as the Kilrathi. (PG-13)i

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