The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 2, 1998 · Page 11
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1998 HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). An indecisive period could make decisions difficult to handle. Expect massive changes in your work schedule of with your job. Maximize benefits by telling others of your ambitions. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A friend or associate has suddenly become very negative. Face up to conflicts, as this relieves anxieties immediately. Hide your feelings in front of a JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. new love -- they make you too vulnerable. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Focus your attention on a tempting Cancerian. Economic problems are short-lived. Be enthusiastic, and others follow your lead. Teachers, employers and advisers make striking suggestions; don't be stubborn. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Business deals will be financially rewarding for everyone. Painstaking detail is unnoticed unless you point out accomplishments. Organize your daily routine. Pleasant remarks mend a friendship. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Generation gaps disappear. Advice from a friend is accurate but doesn't truly apply to your special situation. Expand your influence through writing. Loved ones need to know your plans ahead of time. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 2). Romance becomes permanent this month. Hidden sacrifices you must make will be worth it. A hew job comes in May, requiring a move. Travel in November. Invest in June. Reconsider all ongoing relationships this summer, as a new partnership in September with a Scorpio is fabulous. Spend money in O.qtober, not now, for by then, you'll have control of your finances. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Owners of small businesses have marvelous news regarding loans or new customers. You need time alone to sort out your feelings. Younger pdople take to you instantly. •—• LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Family additions improve a marriage. Business success comes through negotiations. A spur-of-the-moment idea nets you long-term gains. Disappointments are short-lived. .,• SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Interviews are lucky. Spend money to make money, especially with Leos. Crazy coincidences are in your best interest. Don't decipher mysteries; instead use them for on-the-job gains. "• SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Improve concentration by doggedly doing what you dislike. Routine is essential for career success. Imitate a successful person, and his or her luck rubs off on you. : .'CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Use social contacts, as everyone benefits. Companions are less trustworthy than expected, so have alternative plans prepared. Don't constantly telephone a current love. ' • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). A playful attachment could become a permanent relationship. Beware of career changes that seem too good to be true. Unanswered letters could get you in trouble. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Hanging onto a relationship that is going nowhere hurts you. Bfeak out of current social patterns. Older and younger friends help. Get away to the beach or to the country. (DsHsHssMMI ^tsfBiiiyfefilt WEATHER Kansas today 63 38 LOW Today, partly cloudy. A 20 percent chance of thunderstorms fate in the afternoon. Breezy. High of 63. Southeast wind 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms. Some thunderstorms may be severe. Low of 38. 6:55 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:12 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • MONDAY: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Low in the lower 40s and high in the upper 60s. • FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers. High 55 to 60. Decreasing clouds in th evening. Low near 40. • SATURDAY: Partly cloudy. High in the upper 60s. • SUNDAY: A chance of showers and thunderstorms ? late. Low in the lower 40s and high in the , , mid 60s. ' <>> ^: ' Saltoa yesterday * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 61 63 91/1956 ~ Low 39, 38;; 19/1899 • High and low to PRECIPITATION Wednesday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Tuesday (24 hours) 0.17 April to date . „ , 0.00 Average April 2.70 Year to date : 5,10 Average year through April 6.53 Average year 29.68 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE , '> 1-800-585-7623 ,.- fe- Provlded by the Kansas Highway Patrol ? ; '. Kansas City 66 \ \ \ S \ TS S N N N\\\\ • • • • • *•*•*** •'** Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S. today COLD WARM STATIONARY ® 199B AccuWeather, Inc. Pressure ^> HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY U.S. today .... Belleville,;: N/A BeloH 'i 60 36, Chanute 63 Concordla 60 '34 Dodge City ,:. 66 30, importer 62 39 .Goodland 65 23 Hutchlnson •63 '36. .awrance , ; Manhattan « » , •- 60, ,- 61 < 37 ', 36 .01 Piltsburg- 40 Russell' • 63 31 Topeka: .60 •ae Wichita •I. ,63 38 Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Cos Angelas New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 38 79 64 54 78 38 65 60 63 , 61 73 60 86 66 61 LO 24 50 42 36 54 29 35 40 46 52 46 30 67 47 46 OTLK Cldy . C'lr Cldy - Cldy Clr Snow Cldy Cldy Cldy •Ctdy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy PEOPLE SEINFELD Square has no time for shdtf NEW YORK — It seems the show about nothing would create too much confusion for Times Square. '.' The city has turned down a request froni a "Seinfeld" sponsor 1 • to host a private bash 1 in the heart of the the^er district the night of the last episode in May. ;; "It would have created traffic problems of monumental proportions' at the height of rush hour in one of the hefcv- iest traveled areas of the city," gjjid Colleen Roche, a spokeswoman for Majfar Rudolph Giuliani. ; * Fuji Photo Film wanted to stage a statf- studded bash and a massive private vij$w£ ing of the May 14 show on the giant vicfeo screen overlooking Times Square. ';£» Turner buffalo lands new job BOULDER, Colo. — The death of Ralphie III stirred Ted Turner, bison man, to action. '-' Turner gave the University of Colorado's football team a yearling buffalo after reading in a magazine of the death of their bison mascot ; The new job will mean a name change for the young animal, dubbed "Rowdy" by cowboys on Turner's ranch in Montana. He'll be called Ralphie IV at the school and make his debut in September at a game with Colorado State. TURNER Oscar is hit at show and tell MALIBU, Calif. — Dalton Hamiltpn brought in something special for show and tell last week: one of the three Oscars won by his stepfather, "Titanic" director James Cameron. Second-grade teacher Cindy Johnson's class was impressed, USA Today reported Wednesday. "Most kids just bring in rocks or shells," said school chum Henry Carradine, the 7-year-old nephew of David and Keith Carradine. Elvis' star keeps cracking LOS ANGELES — Elvis has left the boulevard. Persistent cracking in Elvis Presley's Hollywood Walk of Fame star forced a jackhammer crew to remove it from.,the spot where it's been attracting fans farlsp years. Walk of Fame administrators can't figure out why Presley's star keeps crabft- ing. The pink terrazzo base was replaced 16 months ago, but it began deteriorating again. From Wire Service Reports V ADVICE '* Bad ** Fair *** Good Dickinson Thoaters ' Children $3.75; Senlort J4.00; •Prlmellme Adultt 53.75; Other Tlme«J5.50 Suniel 2, Sunset Plaza - All seals $1.50 **** Excellent Sallna Art Center Regular Admission $5.50, ($4.50 SAC Members); •Prlmellme $4.00, ($3.50 SAC Members) The Wedding Singer '•"• PG13•rating* 7:30 Central • 1 hour 36 min. Twilight R* rating ** (•5:30) Central • 1 hour 34 min. Good Will Hunting . R« rating *** ('5:10)-7:40 Central • 2 hours 6 min. Grease PG • rating *** (*5:20)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 52 min. • . The Apostle PG13« rating **** ' ('5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 13 min. Wild Things R • rating *** ('5:20)-7:30 Central* 1 hour46 min. Man In The Iron Mask PG13'rating** 1 /! (*5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 7 min. Titanic PG13-rating**** 7:00 Central • 3 hours 17 min. U.S. Marshals PG13'rating** 1 /! C5:10)-7:40 Central • 2 hours 5 min. Meet the Deedles PG • rating *'/> ('5:10)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 min. The Newton Boys PG13« rating** (•5:00)-7:25 Mid-State • 2 hours 2 min. Boogie Nights R • rating **** 7:00 Sunset • 2 hours 42 min. Mouse Hunt PG • rating ** 7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 37 min. Ann renews call to set aside a day of reconciliation Dear Readers: Since 1989,1 have suggested that April 2 be set aside as Reconciliation Day. It would be a day for people to reach out to those with $ whom they have lost touch and put an end to long-ago grievances. Here's the letter that started it all: Dear Ann Landers: I've suddenly become aware that the years are flying by. Time somehow seems more precious. My parents suddenly seem old. My aunts and uncles are sick. I haven't seen some of my cousins for several years. I love my ^ family, Ann, but we've grown apart. Then, my thoughts turn to the dark side. I remember the feelings I've hurt, and I recall my own hurt feelings — the misun- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. derstandings and unmended fences that separated us and set up barriers. I have a close friend in New York I haven't spoken to in three years. Another 28-year-relationship in Seattle is on the rocks. We're both 41 now, and time is marching on. I think of my mother and her sister, who haven't spoken to each other in five years. As a result of that argument, my cousin and I haven't spoken either. I don't know if she has children. Neither of us has met the other's husband. What a waste of precious time! I'm sure there are millions of people in your reading audience who could tell similar stories. Wouldn't it be terrific if a special day could be set aside to reach out and make amends? We could call it "Reconciliation Day." Everyone would vow to write a letter or make a phone call and mend a strained or broken relationship. It also could be the day on which we would all agree to accept the olive branch extended by a former friend. This day could be the starting place. We could go on from here to heal the wounds in our hearts and rejoice in a brand-new beginning. — Van Nuys Dear Van Nuys: What a good idea to set aside a special day for reconciliation. Today is the day you ought to pick up the phone or write a letter that will bring so much joy to someone who might be in pain. Life is too short to hold grudges. To be able to forgive can be enormously healing and life-enhancing. It's the best example of casting your bread upon the waters and getting back caviar sandwiches. Do it today. Dear Ann Landers: Am I the only person who cringes every time a singer mangles our national anthem at a sporting event or other occasion on national television and embellishes the music so it becomes almost unrecognizable? ;: *.-. I sometimes wonder what visitors from other countries think of this. Do theyaj- low their national anthems to be messejjl up like we do? ~~ ~ I have no problem with singers "doing their thing" with other songs. It just doesn't seem right with the Star-Spanglef4 Banner, which is so important to our im? age. Am I just old-fashioned? — Seattle' Reader £, Dear Seattle Reader: Old-fashioned? Not in the least. You have written a lei^ej: that I have been waiting to see for a very long time. Thank you. I, too, have attended sports events and listened to tortur ; ed versions of our national anthem. It is an embarrassment. It sounds as if somecme is auditioning for a record contract. I am certain many readers will be pleased tHat you wrote to express yourself. Put me'at the top of that list. TV TONIGHT 4/2/98 ^| PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Q NBC, Wichita 0FOX, WIchlta-Sallna HCBS, Topeka B Access 6, Sallna Q FOX, Kansas City QPBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson QABC, Kansas City 10 ABC, Wichita |Q CBS, Wichita 01 NBC, Kansas City III Encore IHWTBS jQdnemax tiDstarzl HI HBO fB Discovery IB CNN fs@"X ffilAmer. 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(Live) (CC) 78005 Promised Land 7031 4 Friends Just Shoot Me Diagnosis Murder 56734 Seinfeld Movie "Somewhere In Time" (1980) 9715802 Veronica's Cl. 9:00 9:30 Lawrence Welk Show 43260 ER7173 News 24289 48 Hours 901 92 Real TV 52901 Never Shake a Baby 73460 News 87260 Power of the Spirit (CC) 36956 General Hospital 30376 General Hospital 41802 48 Hours 76598 ER 458289 10:00 Arts 78531 News 4130753 Roseanne News 568231 4 Exp-TV News 45869 KeepUp 36444 News 21 43531 News 5027901 News 992271 7 News 976260 Movie * * * "Robin and Marian" (1976) 98336463 Major League Baseball Milwaukee Brewers at Atlanta Braves. (CC) 39084550 Movie *** "All the King's Men"'(1949) 771591 Movie *** "Ransom" (1996) Mel Gibson. (CC) 16515227 "The Substitute 2: School's Out" (CC) 264463 Wild Discovery 469395 World Today 179799 X-Files 21 88005 Animal X 10:30 MotorWeek Tonight Show Roseanne Late 99999685 DUI Conseq Real TV 21289 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtline Late 56061821 Tonight Show 13390840 Movie * "Maximum Overdrive" 47847531 Movie "Skeletons" (1997) (CC) 712024 637395 Movie * * "Last Man Standing" (1996) (CC) 60080482 Movie * * "No Way Back" (1996) 383802 Movie 564289 Larry King Live 17951 9 NYPD Blue 21 97753 Movie * * * "The Egg and I" (1 947) (CC) 241 1 1 1 Walker, Texas Ranger 874127 Secret of Alex CHANNELS NOT LISTED: op Prevue, (j]E) Court TV, B) MSNBC, SJHome & ( Bewitched Wings 465579 World Today 274163 Color 8354314 Color 7245314 Shock Video 4 2420424 Justice Files 468666 Sports 514444 Moneyllne X-Files 2187376 Movie "The Lawless Breed" (1953) 185821 Movie * * * » "The Naked Gun" (1 988) (CC) 274983 Wonder Years B Weather Channel, Q •den, S) Knowledge' Wonder Years Happy Days Lucy 629840 5941192 Silk Stalkings 224668 M.T. Moore Taxi 990840 §B MTV SQThe Nashville Network IB Comedy Central BB Odyssey ED ESPN EJESPN2 09 The Family Channel QH TNT EB Cartoon Network d) SCI Fl EQAnlmal Planet Q3 Lifetime C0CNBC ED Encore Plus EBThe Learning Channel 60 Fox Sports Network Q3 Art s & Entertainment QQ Black Entertainment TV HDunlvlslon CD Disney QBE! Entertainment Q) Showtime 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 (6:00) Madonna Videography (R) 568821 Championship Rodeo 777647 Prime Time Country 786395 Movie **» "Back to School" (1986) 1768666 Our House 4340685 Lines 656260 News 40871 11 Oshkosh Fly-In (R) 963463 Bible 4073918 X Games Today's Country 766531 1 Night Stand Field Afar X Games Make-Laugh Everyday Splr. Baseball College Hockey NCAA Division I Semifinal •• Teams to Be Announced. From Boston. 4502192 Rescue 91 14361 92 Movie ** "Stand by Your Man" (1981) 456956 Movie *** "The Devil's Brigade" (1968) William Holden, Cliff Robertson. 854118 Awfully Lucky Fllntstones Sightings 2081 937 Animal Doctor Vets 10550 Unsolved Mysteries 449666 Hardball 4401 173 Movie "Freedom Fight." Cont'd Medical Detect Sports 244869 Medical Detect Rockies Biography 454463 Planet Groove 776043 Maria Isabel 74734 Easter Bunny Bugs 8518227 Bugs 8597734 Forever Knight 2090685 Wild Rescues E.S.P.U. 91937 Tom and Jerry Scooby Doo Robocop: The Series 2070821 World of Dogs 67444 Movie * * "Rockabye" (1986) Valerie Bertinelli. 429802 Rivera Live 4410821 Brian Williams 4430685 Movie "Eddie Macon's Run" (1983) 4796918 Royal Marriage 771 463 Trauma: Life 10:00 10:30: Loveline 433005 Dallas 776918 Dally Show Stein's Money Our House 4349956 Sportscenter(CC) 826666... ". NHL 3590192 RPM 3509840700 Club 435463 ; ... Warner Bros. Story 792956'- Awfully Lucky Jonny Quest • SeaquestDSV 1271314 • ' Animal Doctor New Attitudes Vets 34573 ' . Golden Girls Charles Grodin 4400444 ( : Movie "A Small Town in Texas" 19389956 ;. Trauma: Life Medical Detect Medical Detect Major League Baseball Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks. (Live) 390734 Titanic: Death of a Dream (R) 474227 Hit List 744444 Pueblo Chlco, Inflerno 83482 "An American Tall" 82496840 Behind the Scenes 386444 Comlcvlew 764208 Bienvenldos70918 Movie "The Sword in the Stone" 83525005 Wild on the Orient (R) 3951 92 Movie * * "3 Nlnjas" (1992) (CC) 451937 Talk Soup Night Stand Movie "Street Gun" (1996) 7319260 Law & Order 453734 ' • BET Tonight 767395 P. Impacto Notlciero Unl.> . :...!,, Walt Disney Presents 1277^3 Stern 824289 Stern 833937: Stargate SG-1 24445043 . 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