The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 14, 1998 · Page 11
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SALINA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1998 B3 JOYCE itJILLSON S^ators Syndicate *•-! Me. -i—« HOROSCOPES > ARIES (March 21-April 19). An old argument o£feud is reactivated over something small, so.be sure to be fair and courteous. An exciting possibility centers around your most secret talent. SJop others from snooping in your private business. :• TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A romance with a CJncer may be a bit confusing. A young relative ceuld announce a wedding. The terms of an agreement are modified. Observe the methods of someone who is where you'd like to be. •GEMINI (May 21-June21). You could be tempted by a friend who Is still single. Others envy you. A new love might turn out to be your one and only. You have a surprise for everyone today, including yourself. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Money flow may be somewhat restricted, but this is temporary. You could receive a promise of good things to ";>; come. A child could cause you toSe-arrange your schedule. J< LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You finally receive math-needed closure regarding a former lover wfio's constantly been on your mind. Advancement comes when your work is seen by someone who really counts. »• TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS (May 14). You are the pjjde of your friends and family. A partner helps you grow in many ways. Next month, long hours ate a prerequisite of success. Love relationships smooth out two months after your birthday and sho'uld continue that way until the end of the year. Your best signs for love are Pisces and Leo. Marriage is possible in July or September. Your lucky numbers are 6,18,19, 28 and 51. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Concentrate on finishing what you started. Putting your aims and desires on paper can clarify them for you. Someone you barely notice might be noticing nobody but you. Look into a worthwhile educational process. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Loyalty is rewarded, and disloyalty brings wrath. Tap into a money source. Someone whose opinion you value gives you positive strokes. Love plays heavily in your decision-making process. ...,« SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Growth is not only likely, it is inevitable. Image is highlighted, .your position becomes increasingly important. A dry. spell in the romantic realm ends as soon as •you release the past. ••'• SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A creative partnership can succeed if neither partner is concealing anything from the other. Deserved praise finally comes from a family member. There is-nothing wrong with subtly expressing your own views. .• CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your feedback gives needed encouragement to sorneone you care about. Get in touch with the one irYyour thoughts. A personal matter could interfere with business if it's not dealt with promptly. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). A call from someone in your past could have you lost in "'memories. Write your experiences down for the enjoyment of others. A record or journal you have kept might come in handy. ./••PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your special fantasy might match perfectly with that of an Aquarius. A humorous situation could arise regarding something that is lost and then found. An idea or suggestion of yours clinches a deal. *Bad **Fair *** Good **** Excellent Dickinson Theater* .• i Children $3.75 Senior* $4.00 'Prlmetlnw AdulU $3.75 ' OtherTimes $5.75 - Sunset 2, Sunset Plaza - All Seat! $1.50 Matlmu $1.75 Evenings Sallna Art Center •• ($4.50 SAC MemberJ^PrimeMnw »4?00, ($3".50 SAC Members) -, Les Miserables ' PG13 «ratlng **V, •..-•-I ('5:00)-7:50 Central* 2 hours 14 min. Black Dog PG13- rating ** •"'•-•• (*5:20)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 29 mln. Paulie PG* rating ** '--••" ('5:30)-7:30 • Central • 1 hour 27 min. • . Deep Impact -PG13-rating **'/> " - ('5:10)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 55 min. Primary Colors . fl • rating **** .' ('5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 23 min. City of Angels PG13-rating*** (*5:10)-7:40 .-'" 'Central* 2 hours •' Titanic -- P.G13 • rating **** ,". . 7:00 Central* 3 hours 17 mln. Odd Couple 2 PG13-rating* 1 /. (•5:20)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 37 min. Lost In Space PG13-rating *% 7:10 Mid-State • 2 hours 10 min. The Big Hit R> rating * (•5:05) Mid-State • 1 hour 31 min. Object of My Affection R • rating ** (•5:00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 52 min. As Good As It Gets PG13 'rating*** 7:00 Sunset • 2 hours 19 mln. Grease PG • rating *** 7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 52 min. The Sweet Hereafter R • rating **** 4:45-7:00 Art Center «1 hour 52 min. WUHI p*Hi WHMMj WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 58 LOW Today, mostly'sunny and breezy. High of 88. South wind 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tonight, thunderstorms likely. Low of 58. Chance of rain 60 percept. 8:35 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:18 a,m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast >*- - .iKansasDty \\v\\ Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Diva denies she's royal pain NEW YORK — Mariah Carey may be lots of things, but don't call her a diva. The princess of pop demonstrated less than royal behavior toward Prince Albert of Monaco at the recent World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, the New York Post reported Wednesday. Carey delayed taping of the show, to be aired on ABC next week, by more than an hour, then kept the prince waiting by at a gala dinner, the newspa- CAREY • MONDAY: Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Low in the lower 60s and high in the 80s. • FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers in the •morning. High 75 to 80. Partly cloudy in the evening. Low 55 to 65. • SATURDAY: Partly cloudy. High in,the 80s. • SUNDAY: Partly :,,cloudy. Low near 60 Ind high in the 80s. Salma yesterday • Source: Salina Journal Weather Station • TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 87 74 . 92/1915-32 LOW 57 50 32/1966 • High and low to 9 p.m> PRECIPITATION Wednesday (to 9p.m.) 0.00 Tuesday (24 hours) 0.00 May to date 0.86 Average May 4.25 Year to date 7.95 Average year through May 10.78 Average year, 29.68 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Prowled by the Kansas Highway Patrol T ADVICE U.S. today 60s 90s 9 1998 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure ^^ j,4_ $*3^\ ^/~\ H L EEI ES3 EH EZ3 EZ3 E53 *»* /* A r* < HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORUS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY per quoted unidentified sources as saying. She and her entourage of 30 also ke^|t the seamstresses at the Hotel de Paris ~$o husy they were unavailable to other guests, the sources said. "Oh, please," Carey said. "I am not a-diva! It wasn't like 1 rolled into Monaco, flung out my arms and said, 'Bring me all the seamstresses in the land.' " And she was not an hour late, she said: "It was maybe 10 minutes, tops." But she admitted she did keep dinner guests waiting while on a conference call. Marv bites at Miami position MIAMI — Is Marv Albert in for more Heat? The fallen announcer is pursuing the play-by-play TV job for Miami's basketball team, but Heat officials are reluctant to lose their current voice. "The idea of hiring Marv Albert was intriguing and interesting," team vice president Michael McCullough said Tuesday. "But Eric Reid is our man. He will continue to do television." Reid's contract ex- ALBERT Kansas yesterday U.S. teday Baloit Chanute Concordia Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hill City Hutehinson Lawrence Manhattan Plttsbura Russell Topeka Wichita HI 87 85 88 90 87 89 90 87 87 87 89 N/A, 88 88 86 LO 53 65 49 55 60 52 52 52 61 56 49 N/A 55 58 60 PREC N/A Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicaao Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 54 88 63 63 87 73 88 70 67 73 85 88 93 76 62 LO 37 63 42 54 70 46 67 48 48 50 68 64 65 . 68 49 OTLK Cldy Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy pired at the end of the season. The Miami Herald reported Wednesday that WYHS, which just acquired TV rights to Heat games, is interested in hiring Albert, but the decision rests with the club. In New York, the Daily News quoted an unidentified industry source as saying the Heat put out "informal and preliminary" inquiries to Albert. Albert was fired by NBC in September after pleading guilty to biting a woman and forcing her to perform oral sex. It's a good thing to do lunch WESTPORT, Conn. — President Clinton and Martha Stewart are doing lunch, and they invite anyone willing to shell out $5,000 to join them. The June 8 event at Stewart's TV studio will benefit state Democrats. It wasn't clear whether Stewart will do the cooking. From Wire Service Reports Socially accepted manners are a legacy to pass on Dear Ann Landers: I have two beautiful granddaughters, ages 12 and 13, who have appalling table manners. They act like they were raised by wolves. I cringe whenever guests are present. Their parents believe that teaching appropriate behavior at the table is an outdated waste of time and of no importance whatsoever in today's high-tech world. Socially accepted manners were something I was taught early in life by example, and I have tried to pass on that legacy to my children. My daughter, unfortunately, has become a slob, just like her husband. Her table manners have deteriorated pathetically since she married the bum. Both my daughter and her husband are college graduates and ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. hold high-level positions. I often have wondered what their associates think of them during business lunches. My heart goes out to my teenage grandchildren, who have no idea how they appear when invited to their friends' homes or out in public. My daughter and I have a good relationship, which I want to maintain. How should I approach her about this? — A Concerned Grandmother in California Dear California Grand: Leave your daughter out of this, and go directly to the girls. Invite them to have lunch or dinner out, and as soon as you are seated, tell them you have some suggestions to help them become more comfortable and self- assured when they are dining with friends. Then, proceed to instruct them on how to hold silverware, how to chew with their mouths closed and how to ask for food to be passed instead of reaching across the table. Explain that table manners are impor- TV TONIGHT tant and they should begin to practice them at their very next meal. Teaching your grandchildren table manners is as valuable a gift as any amount of money you might leave them. Dear Ann Landers: I clipped the enclosed article from the Grand Rapids Press because it struck me as a perfect example of what's wrong with our society. Once in a while, we need to do a reality check. Too many people these days are being promoted to their level of incompetence. I realize that school personnel must monitor for drugs because of the problems we have with school-age pushers and violent crimes, but let's take a second or third look before losing our sense of balance. Here's the story: A 6-year-old boy in Colorado Springs has been suspended for half a day because he brought drugs to school. Actually, they were lemon drops that he had purchased in a health food store. The fire department and an ambulance were called after a teacher found the first- grader giving the candies to a fellow pupil. Both boys' parents were urged to take their children to the hospital for tests, despite the mother's assurances that the lemon drops were harmless. An administrator at the school said the half-day suspension was consistent With the district's drug policy, which treats unfamiliar products as controlled substances. The boy's mother called the response "complete hysteria," adding, "I can't believe these people are educating our kids." — J.W. in Martin, Mich. Dear Martin, Mich.: I'm glad you sent the clipping. I would have had a hard time believing the story without proof. What on earth has happened to good, old- fashioned common sense? Gem of the Day: If you want to find a helping hand, look at the end of your sleeve. ' 10:00 10:30 8:00 8:30 Music Videos 313559 Artist Cut Say What? Lawrence Welk Show 56172 Power of the Spirit (CC) 67288 Take a Step: Prevention 43608 9PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays hampionshlp Rodeo 324153 |HThe Nashville Network 9 NBC, Wichita Movie **» "Up In Smoke" (1978) 7984135 13 Comedy Central News 1895998 Real TV When Animals Attack 76578 Wildest Police Videos 50530 Diagnosis Murder 4881153 Promised Land 19220 tanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Semifinal Game Spring Poetry Series 31849 Weight Management 18998 Festival 6795 Sallna 8627 up Playoffs: Conf. Semifinal 8977733 tanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Semifinal Game 4 - Team When Animals Attack 87608 Wildest Police Videos 51248 FOX, Kansas City 50The Family Channel National Geographies Great Indian Railway (R) (CC) 55022 Sunflower Sunflower PBS. Wlcnlta-Hutcnlnson IBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) £ ,ung Fu: Legend 349462 Movie "Unforglven" Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning portrait of an aged gunman. 96290998 ABC, Kansas City rumbleweed Batman 23 Cartoon Network Movie "Unforglven" Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning portrait of an aged gunman. 82693085 IflABC, Wichita jeaquest DSV 3729820 Diagnosis Murder 3427608 Promised Land 50998 IB CBS, Wichita 50 Animal Planet News 850530 Tonight Show IB NBC, Kansas City Unsolved Mysteries 30 Attitudes Golden Girls Movie **«"ZootSuit"(1981),Daniel Valdez21403578 Movie * * * "The Cotton Club" (1984 79852337 Movie "Kickboxer 2: The Road Back" 1991) 578762 / founder CC 7257627 Thunder (CC)5188917 Movie **» "Sudden Impact" (1983) (CC) 390608 Movie **» "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" (1985) 234545 Medical Detect Medical Detec S) The Learning Channel Movie *** "Marvin'sRoom" (1996) CC)73853443 Movie "Last Rites" (1998) 8247269 swers at Diamondbacks 965646 EH Fox Sports Network Prison Life-War 608004 Movie *** "The Godfather, Part III" (1990) Al Pacino, Diane Keaton. (CC) 720714 S3 Arts & Entertainment Law & Order 222608 Justice Files 220240 Wild Discovery 238269 Sports 418578 Moneyline O Black Entertainment TV World Today 861511 Larry King Live 881375 World Today 872627 P. Impacto Notlciero Uni Color 8218284 Color 6503191 X-Files 577133 am" 1994 CC) 90217375 Walt Disney Presents 798849 Movie *** "Parrish" (1961)Troy Donahue. 42539530 Movie *** "TheGetaway" (1972) AllMacGraw. 6536733 IVmer. Movie Classics Silk Stalklngs 866066 ®E! Entertainment Stern 488085 Stern 497733 Walker, Texas Ranger 867795 Movie "Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh" (1995) 887559 J (1992) (CC) 2922849 Movie "Bullet" 53823998 Taxi 841882 g3 showtime Wonder Years I Wonder Years Dick Van Dyke Odd Couple M.T. Moore Secret of Alex Bewitched television, 03VH-1, EBFItTVI, SJCSPAN2, Shopping Network, HJQVC, §B Country Music .Prevue, IBWeather Channel, ^Education Access, ^Government Access, HJHeadllne News, SJCSPAN. EBHome Home & Garden, S) Knowledge TV, ®TCI FYI, ED Fox News, gjThe Food Network. EBAmerlca's Jewelry Store. HI- HANNELS NOT LISTED Court TV, S3 MSNBC Hf) Request, SJ Play boy/Action

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