The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 28, 1998 · Page 17
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 87 •JOYCE JILLSON . Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Large-scale events are laced in luck. A breakup is not necessarily the end of a relationship. Don't take out your anger on people not responsible for it. Pamper yourself - you need to be taken care of. ». TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Friends play a "fa'rge part In the acquisition of spending money. Tbu have put a current love in a no-win situation. A'sk yourself if you subconsciously want the relationship to fail. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Compromising solves a problem only temporarily. Letters sent to or on behalf of a special friend bring luck. Don't overspend to entertain. Be complimentary when refusing a date. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Your intuitions are accurate. Luck comes through business meetings. Your dreams become more realistic. You must select one endeavor over other interests. You are sly enough to juggle two <^ commitments, but it's not worth '' ' it. ' ; • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have a secret advantage over co-workers. Neighbors come to you for advice. Prepare remarks ahead of time. A loved one is torn between two opposing choices. Money from a relative may have strings attached. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (March 28). The year is full of unbridled success through public activities. Your family assists you in fulfilling a goal. Financial support from relatives comes in May. Luck in April is yours if you follow your emotions. Virgos and Pisceans offer love. Change your job In August, and you will have to do it immediately again in ;September. Money from lost investments is returned in November. - • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Blessings are ^disguised. Your non-committal attitude makes a ^current ."friend" uneasy. Take a chance, and just ;'say yes. You have luck in contests based on skill. "Accentuate one point, especially in financial '•negotiations. ; • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Categorical decisions keep you from a future opportunity. Talent is not as important as style. Friends from •long ago will help you. Don't argue over small ^matters. You're a winner when you take action Immediately. ? • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A love that was i;closed to you in the past is now readily available. A •-current love is not taking your relationship as Msepously as you are. Hedge your bets in business, '!ahd have alternatives ready. ft. •SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Last-minute 'decisions are best. Your character is built on small choices. Mistakes can be rectified now. A '.'guarantee is not worthwhile. Promote yourself, as !'associates are jealous of you. ^«.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your :!sur/oundings influence you. Harmony is essential ;|for you to use your creativity. You thrive in a fast- Spaced career where you work alone. Avoid letting ; frustrations from work carry over into your personal 'life'. I•'„,« AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Escape from •^routine. Surprise disclosures should be weighed before you act. Sports are lucky. A sensual new riend could be married; check this out before you jet involved. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Employers drop lints about future job openings. A child can be a judding musical genius if you direct his or her energies in this direction. Leos help you out with mmediate funds. * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Dickinson Theaters ._ . _. . „ . Children S3.75; Senior* $4.00; Man In The ICOO Mask Prlmetime Adults53.75; nr%-«» »»>.._ .I.-LI/ Other Times $5.50 PG13 • rating **'/i Sunset 2, Sunset Plaza - All seats $1.60 ("1 '30-*4'15)-7'00-9'50 ngSSfaSSlSStSL*. Central • 2 hours 7 min. ($4.50 SAC MembenV, •Prlmetlme T It n n If --•$4.00, ($3.60 SAC Members) ' HBniC PG13-rating**** The Wedding Singer (*12:oo-*4:oo)-8:oo PG13 • rating * Central • 3 hours 17 min. ... (*2:00)-7:30-9:30 M c Marchalc Central • 1 hour 36 min. pQlT. ra«ng **^ Twilinht (•1:40-'4:25)-7:10-9:40 , R.™!8 h ** Central-2hours 5 min. (•4:45) Meet the Deedles Central • 1 hour 34 min. PG • rating *V4 Good Will Hunting R*rating *** (*1:40-'4:25T-7:10-9:40 Central • 2 hours 6 min. Grease PG» rating*** (M:50-'4;35)-7:20-9:40 Central • 1 hour 52 min. 'The Apostle PG13'rating **** ('1;30-"4:15)-7:00-9:50 Central • 2 hours 13 min. Wild Things R« rating*** (•1:50-*4:35)-7:20-9:30 Central • 1 hour 46 mln. ('1:45-*4:20)-7:05-9:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 min. The Newton Boys PG13 'rating** (•1:35-'4:151-7:00-9:40 Mid-State • 2 hours 2 min. Boogie Nights R« rating**** (•1:00-*4:30)-8:00 Sunset • 2 hours 42 min. Mouse Hunt PG • rating ** 1:15-4:45-7:00-9:15 Sunset • 1 hour 37 min. The Wings of the Dove R'rallng ***'/i 2:00-4:45-7:00-9:00 Art Center • 1 hour 48 min. Saha today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 72 50 LOW Today, sunny. High hear 70. Southeast wind Sto15mph. Tonight, becoming partly cloudy. Low near 50. 6:50 p.m. 6:22 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast ^"*rm Kansas City 70 JUDD • WEDNESDAY: Mostly clear. Low in the upper 30s and high in the lower 60s. »SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and windy. High in the mid 70s. Sunday night, becoming mostly cloudy. Low 45 to 50. • MONDAY: Cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. High in the mid 50s. •TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High in the mid 70s. South wind 5to15mph. Salina yesterday * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 67 61 88/1910 Low 52 35 9/1913 • High and low to 9 p.m. , PRECIPITATION Friday (to 9p.m.) 0.45 Thursday (24 hours) 0.00 March to date 1.39 Average March 2.16 Year to date 3.98 Average year through March , 3.83 Average year 29.68 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway PatVol 30s 40s ^ _ 1998 AccuWe COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure ^^ ^_^ ^^^ jA» H L EI3 LSI HH EZ3 ES3 E3 %? HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNV PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Bslolt Chanute Concordla Dodge, City . Emporla Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 65 67 68 66 64 68 64 64 67 68 68 69 65 68 68 LO 55 55 56 52 51 59 51 39 51 57 59 55 50 58 56 PREC .44 .08 .78 .09 .01 .05 .01 .49 .31 .26 .22 .01 .16 Anchorage Atlanta , Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Anaeles New York City ' Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 40 79 80 72 84 59 75 54 59 78 78 68 ' 83 63 53 LO 32 57 58 61 , 56 37 49 44 -54 56 50 , u, 47 ,-63 54 4B OTUC . Or Cldy Clr Clr Clr Cldy "! Clr Rain Bain Cldy 1 , Clr Cldy -Cldy Rain . Rain Good health returns to Judd ST. LOUIS — Naomi Judd on Friday sang the praises of the doctor she credits with curing her liver disease. Judd shows no signs of the hepatitis C virus that forced her to break up her singing duo with daughter Wynonna, Dr. Bruce R. Bacon said. "This is my new duet partner," Judd, 52, said as she hugged Bacon at a news conference at Saint Louis University Hospital. In 1990, Judd was diagnosed with the disease that she believed she contracted years earlier while working as a nurse. She was told she would probably die within three years. Judd took the drug interferon for a year, ending last May. The doctor cautioned that she won't be considered cured until years of tests show no signs of hepatitis. Judd, who hasn't decided whether to resume her singing career, is in demand as a motivational speaker and plans to release a series of motivational tapes in May. 'Soup Nazi' hawks his wares ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The "Soup Nazi" is taking his fame to the Home Shopping Network. Al Yeganeh, whose New York soup business draws long lines, came to the network Friday to hawk a new flash-frozen line of gourmet soups. The "Seinfeld" episode about a soup seller who cuts off offending customers with a curt "No soup for you!" has been hard on him, he said. "Now people come in all day taking my pic . ture, cars drive by blowing the horns, people calling my name all the time," he said. "It distracts me." "The quality of my soup is dropping, and for me, the quality is my whole life. Jerry Seinfeld ... he destroyed me with that N word." TV Guide celebrates its 45th NEW YORK — TV Guide is celebrating its 45th birthday with — what else? ->- 'a list of 45 celebrities. Oprah Winfrey, Rupert Murdoch, Aaron Spelling and Edward R. Murrpw were among those selected Friday for ilte list of the 45 most influential people in the history of television. The list ranges from Lucille Ball and Jerry Seinfeld to the more obscure like Joan Ganz Cooney, whose Children's Television Workshop launched "Sesame Street." From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Vermont deer said to lock itself in motel bathroom Dear Ann Landers: Many times, I've thought about sending you an offbeat story from our newspaper that you could share with your readers as sort of a payback for the pleasure your column has given me, but somehow, I never got around to it. This time, I'm finally doing it. This clipping is from our local paper, which runs your column. I laughed out loud when I read it. If you need a laugh today, this could be it. — Cliff in Vermont Dear Cliff: I laughed, too. I'm printing your story and am sure that many of my readers will enjoy it as well. It appeared in the Burlington, Vt, Free Press: "A year-old deer entered a first-floor Woodstock motel room through an open window and somehow locked itself in a ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. bathroom early Sunday morning, Woodstock police said. "After entering the motel, the deer reportedly jumped over two sleeping people, who remained unharmed in the incident, and went into the bathroom. The deer was eventually rescued and released out a back door of the motel. The deer damaged the motel's front window and the bathroom, police said." P.S.: This is Ann talking. If one of those Woodstock police could tell me how the deer locked itself in the bathroom, it would certainly appease my curiosity. Dear Ann Landers: Please keep printing those how-we-met letters. Maybe some of your readers consider them dull and dated, but most of us find them tender and loving. Those letters also give us a glimpse of what life was like in the '40s and '50s. My favorites are the ones from the World War II era. My grandmother was a WAC, and her sister was a WAVE. TV TONIGHT What exciting and romantic lives they had! They both met their husbands in the service. Keep those letters coining, Ann. — Wilma From Washington, D.C. Dear Wilma: The mail has been running 25 to 1 in favor of the how-we-met letters, so I shall continue to print them. For those who don't care for them, feel free to skip the next letter because here's another: Dear Ann Landers: I lost my young husband to cancer in 1950 and had an infant son to raise by myself. I was heartsick and frightened. I wasn't interested in taking a real vacation for three years. I finally decided to go on a trip sponsored by a settlement house for mothers with preschool children. Living on the campgrounds as plant manager was Ed, an attractive bachelor. He caught the eye of several single mothers, including me, but he seemed somewhat aloof and disinterested. One evening, Ed and I talked and laughed about an inconsequential eveni, and I found him most engaging. On the last day of my vacation, the mothers gathered at the lodge for our final get-together. Ed was there and asked if I'd like to go for a farewell walk. We ended up sitting on a bench under the twinkling stars arid a full moon. He asked me to marry him.; I was stunned — and even more shocked when I heard myself say "yes." '. We've been married 45 wonderful years. Ed has been a loving father to my son, and we had three fine children together. I consider myself extremely forttt- nate. — S.E. in Lawrence, Mich. ; Dear S.E.: They say a full moon causes people to do strange things, hence the word lunatic. But it worked for you, so let's not knock it. Thanks for writing. • Gem of the Day: Please don't let anyone tell you that a few drinks is a good way to drown your sorrow. Sorrow knows how to swim. 3/28/98 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 ! | PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays ilenn Miller's Hits II54596 Lawrence Welk Show 30916 Austin City Limits 43480 Music 78751 2108428 Real World Real World Road Rules Road Rules Jenny M. Singled Out Mattrock Weekend 617867 I NBC, Wichita TV Censored Bloopers 6461 Pretender 2409 Profiler 2645 News 81190 SNL 28596 iThe Nashville Network Opry 855751 Opry 593409 Statler Bros. 953867 Family Reunion 933003 Opry 484312 Opry 460732 • WIchlta-Salina tops 70515 Cops 94683 America's Most Wanted 63886 News 24409 Mad 92461 Mad TV 53409 C0Comedy Central .izards Jeff Foxworthy Paula Poundstone 3563157 South Park Viva 3500848 1 Night Stand Premium CBS, Topeka College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Semifinal -- Teams TBA 336062 The Closer News 2246645 X-Files EQ Odyssey Family Showcase 7781886 Swan's Place 7767206 Gaither-Hour 7770770 Crossroads So. Stage Access 6, Salina Salina-HUD Programs 12596 Community 98916 Community 13080 Kansas Farm Ninety 43954 3DESPN : lgure Skating: Skater's Salute 924436 Cheerleadlng 485393 ESPNews Sportscenter 606288 FOX, Kansas City tops 90193 Cops 21751 America's Most Wanted 74916 News 87480 News 38799 Mad TV J0ESPN2 Auto Racing 3751138 NHL Hockey New Jersey Devils at Phoenix Coyotes. From the America West Arena. 2745954 El PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson Lawrence Welk Show 13044 Movie * * * "Dark Passage" (1947), Lauren Bacall 27428 Austin City Limits 63585 E0The Family Channel Movie * * * "Lover Come Back" (1961) 212461 Movie * * *x "Pillow Talk" (1959) Rock Hudson. 699461 | ABC, Kansas City To Be Announced 34312 Nothing Sacred 10732 Saturday Night 30596 News 9312916 Roseanne ED TNT Iflovie "Mister Roberts" (1955) A gung-ho naval officer clashes with his captain. 209770 'Rebel Without" 60053480 HO ABC, Wichita To Be Announced 52138 Nothing Sacred 61886 Saturday Night 41022 News 5491637 Pensacola J0 Cartoon Network Adventures Jonny Quest Batman Freakazoldl Acme Hour 2113616 I CBS, Wichita lollege Basketball: NCAA Tournament Semifinal •- Teams TBA 465190 The Closer News 2632175 Texas Ranger SB SCI Fl Movie "Ooppelganger" Cont'd Movie **« "Wedlock" (1991) Rutger Hauer. 1267206 Science Theater 3000 5042436 | NBC, Kansas City TV Censored Bloopers 636867 Pretender 645515 Profiler 625751 News 5579428 SNL 4752190 E0Anlmal Planet Lassie 89312 Lassie 55080 Hollywood Safari 70138 Wild 24461 Pet Shop Lassie 92935 Lassie 74193 I Encore Movie "Someone to Watch Over Me" (1987) 8298119 Movie "The Morning After" (1986) 5800022 7954867 33 Lifetime Movie * * * "Adam" (1983) Daniel J. Travanti. 225935 Movie * *« "Adam: His Song Continues" (1986) 602935 IWTBS Movie * * * "Jacob's Ladder" (1990) Tim Robblns. 69306732 (jjjcinemax Movie ** "Father Hood" (1993) Patrick Swayze. 227393 Movie "DNA" (1997) (CC) 9377461 Movie "The Doors" (1991) 53121664 3DCNBC Ushuala 3759770 2140867 ncore Plus Movie "Lite of Party" Cont'd Best of Rivera Live 3735190 Tim Russert Best-Hardball Charles Grodln 3758041 Poor Little Rich Girl 7937886 Poor Little Rich Girl 65619751 Poor-Rich Girl Poor-Rich GlrJ Movie * * * "Sling Blade" (1996) (CC) 45990770 Movie * * "Last Dance" (1996) Sharon Stone. 46893374 E0The (.earning Channel Bomb Squad 962515 Separate Lives (R) 948935 Life of Princess Grace 968799 Bomb Squad 961886 I HBO Movie Cont'd Movie "Jingle All the Way" (1996) 570138 Boxing: Briggs vs. Lewis 374515 6032409 S3 Fox Sports Network IHL Hockey Detroit Vipers at Las Vegas Thunder. 852886 Last Word Major League Soccer: Rapids at Clash 320935 EB Discovery Wild Discovery 643157 UFOs Over Phoenix 629577 Justice Files 632041 New Detectives 642428 33 Arts & Entertainment Biography This Week 638225 Investigative Reports 614645 Movie * * * "The Nanny" (1965) Bette Davis. CNN World 169645 Business Larry King Weekend 267751 World 528374 Capital 410916 Mission: Impossible 1401374 Mission: Impossible 1410022 Color 2955886 CNN/Sports Illustrated 257374 Black Entertainment TV Planet Groove Top 20 934867 Hit List 935596 Comlcvlew Comlcvlew Color 7072312 Miami Vice 1400645 JUnivlslon Sabado Gigante International 553935 Notlclero Unl. Boxeo 297206 mer. Movie Classics Movie "On Moonlight" Cont'd Movie * * * "A Summer Place" (1959) Richard Egan, Sandra Dee. 758886 Walk ot Fame S3 Disney Movie Cont'd "Alice-Wonder." 35006664 Movie "The Rescuers" (1977) 87707867 Walt Disney Presents 301515 JUSA Movie * n "Shoot to Kill" (1988) Sidney Poitier. 670461 Movie "My Stepson, My Lover" (1997) Rachel Ward. 262206 Of Nickelodeon Rugrets(Action League Kenan & Kel Allen Strange I Entertainment Talk Soup 577596 Movie * * "Happy Together" (1989), Helen Slater 557732 Stern 924521 Wonder Years Wonder Years Happy Days Happy Days ED Showtime Movie * * * "Pretty Woman" (1990), Julia Roberts 687751 Movie "Hellralser: Bloodline" (1996) 521461 Stern 124729 Red Shoe CHANNELS NOT LISTED: OB Court TV, BD MSNBC, iPrevue, OaWeather Channel, {OEducatlon Access, ©Government Access, ® Headline News, gBCSPAN, S3 Home IHome I Garden. 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