The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 15, 1998 · Page 13
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 13

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 15, 1998
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THE SALINA JOURNAL 'JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate I. Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Vary your routine, as you thrive in a fast-paced atmosphere. Your patience is exhausted by pughy relatives. Professional help is not worthwhile. Curtail extracurricular activities • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Push yourself at .work. Display your talents when superiors are around. Friends select you for a position of leadership. Emotional problems prevent you from making decisions. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A lover wants to help you feel more comfortable. Believe what a current love is telling you. Don't be sidetracked from goals by daydreams. Stop picking up the check all the time. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). A sudden flurry of luck won't last, so strike while the iron is hot. Spur-of-the- moment trips are fabulous. Exotic ideas, travel and jobs —s $> are great. Be conservative in love, especially with Virgos. ? LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Old loves return but are unappealing. Go your own way, and you'll be happier. Work quickly, and you recover from mistakes. Make sure you deserve a raise before asking for it. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS (May 15). Your aura has grown about two sizes since last year, and people are really beginning to notice how you shine in business situationsl Things begin to clear up financially, and you're free to engage in new projects and relationships. Love affairs are possible with Sagittarius and Cancer. You could marry in October or December. Lucky numbers are 34, 38, 42, 45, 50;and 52. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Alter your style if a current love loses interest. Injustice is righted if you persevere. Your warmth attracts new job offers. Authorities favor you in lawsuits. Ask for loans now. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Pace yourself in airareas of life. At work, socializing cuts down oh efficiency, and accuracy is vital now. Your finances hinge on getting a job done on time. Youngsters are refreshingly honest. Reward them. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Corporate intrigue brings out your hidden talents for negotiation. Your problem-solving methods achieve instant fame. Sudden upheavals at school should not be tolerated by parents. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Stay away from touchy subjects. Pay more attention to projects that have future potential for money. S.elf-improvement programs give confidence. Jealousy destroys love. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your infatuation with a current love fades when you a're apart. Seek out new partners who think you are special. Knowledge puts you in control of a situation. Be careful who you trust. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). An annoying interruption impedes the flow of creativity. Those who work at home deserve more respect than they are currently shown. Say what you feel, and others will agree. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Demands of an organization are unreasonable. Union a.ctivities give you more clout. Luck comes through games. Practical know-how gets you a new job or promotion. Demands are met. * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Dfcktnson Theaters Children $3.75 Seniors $4.00 •Primelimo Adults 53.75 Other Times $5.75 Sunset 2, Sunset Plsn - All Seats $1.50 Matinees $1.75 Evenings Sallna Art Center Regular Admission $5.50, ($4.50 SAC Members); •Prlrmtlme $4.00, ($3.50 SAC Members) The Horse Whisperer PG13* rating *** ('4:30)-8:00 Central • 2 hours 40 min. Black Dog PG13-rating ** (M:35)-7:20-9:30 Central • 1 hour 29 min. Paulie PG» rating ** (•4:45) Central • 1 hour 27 min. Les Miserables PG13-rating **'/, 7:00-9:50 Central • 2 hours 14 min. Deep Impact PG13-rating -k*V> ' (*4:25)-7:10-9:40 Central • 1 hour 55 min. Primary Colors , R • rating **** (•4:15)-7:00-9:50 Central • 2 hours 23 min. City of Angels PG13-rating*** ('4:25)-7:10-9:40 Central • 2 hours Titanic PG13* rating**** ('4:00)-8:00 Central-3 hours 17 min. Odd Couple 2 PG13 • rating *</2 (•4:35)-7:20-9:30 Central • 1 hour 37 min. Quest for Camelot G • rating ** ('4:35)-7:15-9:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 26 min. Object of My Affection R • rating ** (*4:30)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 52 min. U.S. Marshals PG13'rating** 1 /, 7:00-9:50 Sunset • 2 hours 5 min. The Borrowers PG • rating *** 7:15-9:40 Sunset • 1 hour 29 min. The Sweet Hereafter R • rating **** 4:45-7:00-9:00 Art Center • 1 hour 52 min. Almanac FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1998 B3 Saflna today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 83 HIGH 55 LOW Today, mostly cloudy and breezy. A 30 percent chance of showers mainly in the morning. High of 83. Southwest wind 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low of 55. 8:35 p.m. 6:17 a.m. . Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • SATURDAY: Partly • TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. High in the cloudy with a chance mid 80s. Low near of thunderstorms. 60. . Low in the 60s and « SUNDAY: Partly high in the 80s. cloudy. High in the 80s. • MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Low in the 60s and . high in the 80s. Salina yesterday * Source: Salfna Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 81 75 101/1941 Low 70 51 27/1953 •High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Thursday (to 9 p.m.) o.OO Wednesday (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 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol r/*i;'fj Sallna 83°i«i'''' fj Topeka j| 83°"| .>',,' l, f !»^pw^p^«^«^w t > *mmm*mta*tmmmmm '' ' ' ' * ' ' ' s^L-|Pittsburg| 84° | Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt LAUER U.S. today 40s 40s 70s FRONTS: 80S © 1998 AccuWeather, Inc. 100s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure ^. J&t~~ men LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY BINGHAM Kansas yesterday U.S. today Beloit Chanute . Concordla Dodge City Emporfa Garden City Goodland Hill City Hutchinson tawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita • HI 82 83 81 89 83 87 83 86 83 83 82 N/A 83 83 83 LO 68 67 66 67 67 66 57 68 66 > 64 68 N/A 68 66 68 PREC N/A Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 52 92 74 86 86 67" 80 76 72 81 85 78 92 83 64 LO 38 66 49 62 71 43 69 1 50 53 5564 66"" 66 58 52 OTLK Clr ' Clr 'C'idy Rain Cldy Clr Rain Clr Cidy Cir 1 Cidy' Rain Cldy , Clr Cldy Who in the world gets Matt? NEW YORK — One of the country's most eligible bachelors is off the market. NBC "Today" host Matt Lauer told TV Guide he asked his model girlfriend Annette Roque to marry him April 28 while working in Venice. No wedding date has been set. Lauer, 40, gave Roque, 32, a pear-shaped diamond ring while he was on a "Where in the world is Matt Lauer?" tour of the world for his morning show. Star plans Corn Belt nuptials AMES, Iowa — "Baywatch" star Traci' Bingham is planning the Big Day, and the' beach babe will be nowhere near the,seashore when she walks down the aisle. ' Bingham is getting married Aug. 29 in Ames, which is where groom-to-be Robb Vallier's parents live. The two will tie the knot at the First United Methodist Church. The 28-year-old actress has played lifeguard Jordan Tate on "Baywatch" for two seasons. She is not returning for a third. Vallier, who has written music for films and television, met Bingham in 1991 at the Boston Music Awards. They now live in Studio City, Calif. Clint makes newspaper's day OAKLAND, Calif. — Clint Eastwood is impersonating an Oakland Tribune reporter, and the newspaper's not complaining. Eastwood is playing a Tribune inves- . tigative reporter in his new film, "True Crime," in which he try to save an innocent man from execution. Filming began this week at San Quentin State Prison and moved Wednesday to Oakland. The film, which Eastwood also is directing, is based on the novel of the same name by Andrew Klavan and co-stars James Woods and Denis Leary. Divorce price tag electrifying HARTFORD, Conn. — The estimated $20 million that the wife of a General Electric executive received in a divorce settlement apparently is not enough. Lorna Wendt is appealing the settlement in her divorce from GE Capital Corp. chief executive officer Gary Wendt. The Wendt divorce drew national attention because of the huge amounts at stake and Gary Wendt's status as chief of the most profitable subsidiary of General Electric Co., based in Fairfield. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Ann would rather have a canary than a pet snake Dear Ann Landers: The seventh-grader from El Segundo whose teacher has 16 pet pythons listed the advantages of having a python rather than a cat or a dog. She said pythons need to be fed only once a week or every 10 days. But she neglected to mention what they eat, which may cause a few animal lovers to decide against having a pet python. A number of years ago, our daughter worked near a pet shop and enjoyed visiting with the baby animals on her lunch hour. One day, as she was petting a fluffy little rabbit, she met our church pastor. When she asked him what he was doing there, he hesitated to tell her. Finally, he was forced to explain when one of the clerks came over holding ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. a baby rabbit and said, "Your son's python is going to have a real gourmet meal." Our daughter was appalled and asked, "You do kill the rabbit first, don't you?" The clerk replied, "No, the snakes won't eat it unless it is alive." She said, almost in tears, "Oh, the poor little thing!" The pastor was quite embarrassed and apologetic. Our daughter had several pet rabbits when she was growing up, and she never again went into that pet shop. Rabbits, incidentally, also make good pets. They do not bark and can be trained to use a litter box. But I would not recommend allowing them to roam the house, however, because they enjoy chewing on woodwork as well as tables and chairs and can do a tremendous amount of damage. — L.M. in Ojai, Calif. Dear L.M.: As I said in a recent column to a reader who extolled the virtue of snakes as pets, I'd rather have a canary. TV TONIGHT Dear Ann Landers: I have some bad news for "Single and Proud in Nebraska." The single life is a lot less fun when you get older. I'm an authority on the subject. When I was her age, I felt like she does, describing myself as successfully single and bragging that I could spend whole weekends by myself, enjoying the freedom and independence and not having to cater to anyone. But now that I'm nearly 50, invitations are few and far between. I'm starting to feel as if life is passing me by. The emptiness in my heart is beginning to feel an awful lot like loneliness. I hate to admit it, but that's the way it is. I go out frequently and find myself surrounded by happy couples. Afterward, I go home to my empty apartment and fall asleep, wishing there was some big, warm guy to hold me in his arms. It's like an ache I've never felt before. I realize now that I always believed eventually the right guy would come along if I didn't worry about it too much. But that right guy hasn't shown up yet, and I never seem to meet anyone who is interesting and interested at the same time. I don't want to be bitter, but I'm beginning to feel shortchanged by life, and there is no one to blame but myself. Maybe I shouldn't have been so arro-" gant and picky when I was younger and' better-looking because I'm afraid it's all downhill from here. — Vancouver, Canada Dear Vancouver: Deep-six that negative attitude. It won't get you anywhere but further down in the dumps. Stop hanging out with couples. Check out organizations and places where single people go. Take some classes, and plan some group-travel trips. Volunteer for work at a hospital. The possibilities are endless if you get off your duff and look around. And please let me know when you meet Mr. Wonderful. I'm betting it will happen. Daytime Emmy Awards (Live) (CC) 9283 Auto Racing World of Outlaws. From Terre Haute, Ind. 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