The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 8
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AB MONDAY, MAY 18, 1998 Almanac THE SALINA JOURNAL ;JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate '. Inc. i HOROSCOPES <• ARIES (March 21 -April 19). The solution to a problem comes to you in a dream. Friends insist on dragging you along to an event that turns out to be quite enjoyable. Your fiery nature shows when so'meone takes unfair advantage. •• TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Keep priorities in mind. Marriage made in heaven doesn't always stay there. Someone to whom you have made a promise expects you to keep it. Ask for an explanation when you don't understand. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A contest of wills is your creative inspiration. Vacation plans include one or more coworkers. Give love a second chance. News from far away is romantic. Listening to your inner voice wins the respect of others. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You could explode a myth about you or your profession. Your imagination takes you on a flight of fancy. Something you buy pleases everyone. A matter of taste should not be allowed to ; develop into an argument. •• LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). A secret meeting is scheduled in the afternoon. A Libra enters your life. A reunion with old friends is a sentimental success. You might entertain business cronies In your home. YQur generosity brings a grateful tribute. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 18). Your energies have been devoted to matters of financial survival fof the past three or four years. But this year, mbney matters will ease and allow for greater spending and saving. New love affairs are possible wilh Sagittarius and Leo this year. You could marry in'September or March of next year. Your lucky numbers are 24, 29, 34, 41 and 47. ;• VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Results of past efforts are finally visible. An Aries may be eager to please you. A former rival could become an ally. A confidential matter may require your attention. A small gathering develops into a gala event. !• LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Pursue a lead piquing your curiosity. Visitors from another country may come to your home. You could find th^t you have much in common with a rival. Reconciliation with an old love Is preferable to firjdlng someone new. i- SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A bargain catches your eye. Express an opinion if you are asked. A surprise ending or twist of fate could have ycju laughing. Common interests spell money. Indulge a whim, and receive an unexpected pleasure. {• SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A psychic or spiritual experience could bring you and your love closer together. You might meet someone you have seen in a dream. If you'd like good conversation but no small talk, a Scorpio would be a fine companion. !• CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your thoughts tefid to be serious but somewhat whimsical, too. Plans become more definite. This is a good time to extend an invitation. Try not to overspend. You might decide to drop all romantic interests except orje. '• AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Enjoy some time outdoors with a special person. A friend or rejative who is usually predictable does a sudden atiout-face. You have split-second timing when you need it. Think over all aspects of question before saying "no." ;• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You meet an old friend again. Take advantage of an unusual offer. Erotic surroundings and romantic music could bring on a proposal. A nostalgic memory is triggered by magic words. Platonic relationships change. WEATHER 95 HIGH 63 LOW Today, partly cloudy. High 95. South wind 10 to 20 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low 63. 8:38 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:15 a.m.. TomQrrov/s'SQnrise . a phance for thunderstorms. Lows Iri.the 60s. •'•$; .Highs in the 80s. .' »FRIDAY; Partly cloudy with a chance for thuhdemtorms. Lows itftrie 60s. Highs' IrMhe 80s. Extended forecast • TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms. High In the mid 80s. Tuesday rifght, partly cloudy .with a chance for thunderstorms. Lows in the 60s. Highs in the 80s. •WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. Lows in the 60s. Highs in the 80s. Salina yesterday * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 75 77 97/1996 Low 66 54, 36/1915/1925 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Sunday (to 9 p.m.) . 0.00 Saturday (24 hours) 0.00 May to date 1.38 Average May 4.25 Year to date 8,47 Average year through May . '• 10.78 Average year . , ,28.95 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE , 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud) U.S. today 80s © 1998 AccuWeather, Inc COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW K.F SUNNY PT, CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville HI 85 UO 56 PHEC Belolt 87 64 Anchorage Atlanta < 86 ,LO -OTLK 42 ' <flaln, 62 -. Olr Chanute 58 Boston 84 66 Concordla 84 60 Cldy .01 Chicago 6B 60 Clr Podge City 90 62 tiallas-Ft Worth 91 < 72 Emporia 84 58 ldy Denver 78 48 Garden City 92 60 ...oy. Kansas City 89 65 Clr ' Goodland 90 56 Las Vegas 85 59 Clr Hutohlnson 84 62 Los Angeles 76 66 Clr Lawrence 89 58 New York City 87 58 Clr Manhattan 68'" 55- t -.Oklahoma City 89 69 Plttspurg 87 .. ..61- 1 Omaha - 88 Russell 87 _ecr 65 ' Cldy; Cloy, Orlando 90 66 Topeka 68 58 Cldy Phoenix 92 64 Wichita 83 61 Cldy San Francisco 66 50 Clr PEOPLE Writers don't please Peck ' KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Veteran film,;, star Gregory Peck is pleased with the GUI'- ^ rent crop of Hollywood actors. His only problem is with the screenwriters. .": '' "The quality of film acting is quite, , high," Peck said Friday at a fund-raiser for the Missouri Repertory Theater. "If there's a problem, it's the absence of really good scripts." Asked which current stars he admired, Peck mentioned Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and added, "I think this Matt Damon is going places."., /.! Peck, 82, won an Academy Award for,' his role as Atticus Finch in "To Kill 4; Mockingbird." Questioned about thVe;' scene where Finch kills a rabid dog, PecK assured fans there was no real harm dotie, r. "I didn't shoot that dog. He was a dog" actor," Peck said. "He went home and had, a good dinner that night." '^ Turner: Put your family first RICHMOND, Va. — Billionaire Ted! 1 : Turner says money isn't everything. . _ Speaking Saturday to graduates at Vii>. ginia Commonwealth University, the m'e'-^ dia mogul urged departing seniors fp;;' choose a career they really enjoy, pttf ' family first and exercise their minds. ' \ • '; ( ,, "There are other things in life imich. more important than just making money;' ' and having made a lot, I'm qualified^ t$' speak about it," Turner said. |^''; The founder of CNN, TBS, TNT and 11 ; head of sports teams including the Atp - lanta Braves and the Atlanta Hawks said that of all his successes, "the thing I anv" proudest of is my family." '," ^ Turner, 59, said all five of his children 0 'earned college degrees — an accomplish- ^ ment he didn't accomplish until he was '50r *"' *.'".- • ' Jacko attends African summit i WINDHOEK, Namibia — Michael Jacki> 'son was mobbed at the airport by fansj- with no hopes of seeing', him perform. The pqpv; star wasn't in Africa for,,-., a concert but a regional,economic summit. ,•;•,•" "To me its Eden ... the;, dawn of civilization;, "- v ; Jackson said Saturday,.; of Namibia. -'••.•••>•'•'. Jackson was a special African Economic Summit, invited by* Don Harden, head of the company representing General Motors in Namibia. ,,..-, ; Jackson visited the president of Namib rb . ia and attended closed discussions among, • regional leaders on the economic future. •;.*• From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent , DIcklntonTtieatars Children S3.75: Senior* $4.001 1 •Prlmatlme AdulU $3.75; i OtherTlmes $5.75 I Surnat 2, Sunxl Plaza All lean $1.50 Matinees; $1.75 Evening! I Sallna Art Center ; ReoularAdmlMlonSS.SO, ($4.50 SAC Memberi); 'Prlmetlma ; $4.00, ($3.50 SAC Members) The Horse Whisperer ,PG13« rating *** i 7:00 Central • 2 hours 40 min. Black Dog PG13« rating ** (*5:20)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 29 min. Paulie ,.,PG* rating ** -III (*5:00) Q«jitral • 1 hour 27 min. Mlserables 13« rating **'/4 7:30 Central • 2 hours 14 min. 6 'Deep Impact flG1 3 -rating **'/, not ('5:10)-7:40 • 1 hour 55 min. Primary Colors R • rating **** • (•5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 23 min. City of Angels PG13 • rating *** (•5:10)-7:40 Central • 2 hours Titanic PG13-rating**** 7:00 Central • 3 hours 17 min. Odd Couple 2 PG13-rating* 1 /! (•5:20)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 37 min. Quest for Camelot G-rating ** C5:05)-7:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 26 min. Object of My Affection R • rating ** (•5:00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 52 min. U.S. Marshals PG13-rating **'/2 7:00 Sunset • 2 hours 5 min. The Borrowers PG • rating *** 7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 29 min. Short, tragic and to the point — cigarettes kill Dear Ann Landers: I am heartbroken and inconsolable. My beautiful wife and the mother of our four young children died yes- $ terday. She killed herself. Did she use a gun? A noose? Pills? A knife? No. It was cigarettes. — Grieving in New York Dear New York: My heartfelt condolences. No comment from me is necessary. Your letter said it all. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Dear Ann Landers: I read your column every day in Newsday. You have printed several letters about unusual judicial decisions, and I would like to submit the following amazing example. In 1963 and '64, I was administering a Peace Corps project in Northern Somalia, a semi-desert area where camels were extremely important to the people. One day, a Somali employee who was driving a Peace Corps jeep struck a young Somali man and broke the poor fellow's leg. Under Somali law, the owner of the vehicle was legally responsible, so the victim sued the Peace Corps for damages. The judge ruled in favor of the victim and decreed that the Peace Corps pay the victim 80 camels. Since we had no camels, the victim agreed to take money instead. The problem: How much is a camel worth? None of us had anticipated that hurdle, but we were perfectly willing to pay the price of 80 old, broken-down male camels, figuring it would not be very much. The victim, however, had other ideas. He insisted on the price of 80 young, healthy, pregnant female camels. The negotiations dragged on for several weeks, and finally, we settled on $10 per camel, which would give the victim $800. TV TONIGHT This was a very large sum of money in Somalia at that time. That settlement was much greater than any Somali would have been forced to pay, and we knew it, but we were helpless. Of course, because of that huge overpayment, we became the laughingstock of Northern Somalia, and the transaction was thereafter referred to as "American compensation." — George in Wantagh, N.Y. Dear George: It was a good move, in my opinion. Better to have overpaid and been laughed at than to have cheaped out and damaged the image of our great country, which has always been one of generosity. Consider the overpayment your contribution to protecting that image of America. Dear Ann Landers: I read this in Curmudgeon's Corner and thought it was hilarious. It is supposed to be a cross-examination of a doctor. I hope you will print it in your column. Your readers can always use a good laugh. No name, please, just sign this letter — Your North Shore'.! Neighbor u : >'^ Dear Neighbor: I, too, think it is very funny and am printing it at the risk of an-V tagonizing all my friends and relatives in 1 ' • the legal profession. Here it is: Q: "Doctor, before you performed the'.. autopsy, did you check for a pulse?" i;; • :,' A: "No." •.:.",•; Q: "Did you check for blood pressure?." A: "No." :.<v< Q: "Did you check for breathing?" ;>•,; -i A: "No." .:•.••; Q: "So then it is possible the patient . was alive when you began the autopsy?'/' i A: "No." :-;.,.: Q: "How can you be so sure, doctor?"; >.. A: "Because his brain was sitting on;.' my desk in a jar." Q: "But could the patient still hav,B\, been alive nevertheless?" A: "It is possible that he could ha'CT* been alive and practicing law where." «!:' 5/18/98 9PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays UNBC, Wichita 9 FOX, WIchlta-Sallna E|CBS, Topeka ^Access 6, Salina jj|FOX, Kansas City [SPPBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson 9 ABC, Kansas City HjfABC, Wichita L^JCBS, Wichita [gJNBC, Kansas City fEH-ncore OpirrBS f cinemax Starzl @JHBO EH Discovery 3J CNN f f/x Amer. Movie Classics SJ) US A Q) Nickelodeon 7:00 7:30 Going Places 76760 Suddenly Susan 5925 Damon 61 609 Cosby 5895 Get. Personal Raymond 9963 Lovewell 1995 59079 Damon 36147 Get. Personal Going Places 361 28 World's Deadliest Sea 63876 World's Deadliest Sea 74302 Cosby 8963 Raymond 4079 Suddenly Susan 958031 8:00 8:30 9:00 Thomas Jefferson (R) (Part 2 of 2) (CC) 17741 Caroline in the City 4673 Ally McBeal 85050 Murphy Brown 25050 Salina 9673 Community Ally McBeal 36708 Dateline 4437 News 46673 9:30 Within Walls Real TV 21 925 Really Big Shw 12586 Community 30944 News 16944 Thomas Jefferson (R) (Part 2 of 2) (CC) 93147 Nagasaki Jrny Movie "Creature" (1998) Craig T. Nelson, Kim Cattrall. 43012 Movie "Creature" (1998) Craig] Murphy Brown 85418 Caroline in the City 974079 Movie "Eyewitness" (1981) 5131645 .Nelson, Kim Cattrall. 94166 Really Big Shw 65654 Dateline 95421 5 10:00 10:30 Charlie Rose 75031 News 6034147 toseanne News 8584147 Festival 56470 News 50963 Served 81166 News 9004708 News 8176505 News 81 61 673 News 472296 Movie **** "The Conversation" (1974) (CC) 87032050 Movie ** "Aces: Iron Eagle III" (1992) 13337692 Movie **H "Neighbors" (1981) 4254741 "Joe's So Mean to Josephine" (1996) 7041128 People-Flynt One on One Movie ** "Super Mario Bros." (1993) 729741 Wild Discovery 965321 World Today 510895 X-Files 5670654 High Wire 941 741 Larry King Live 59621 5 X-Files 5689302 Movie **« "My Geisha" (1962), Yves Montand 8245234 Walker, Texas Ranger 505963 Arnold 367352 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: ID Prevue, CD-Court TV, ED MSNBC, ESHome & Bewitched World Wrestling Federation Wonder Years 03 Weather Channel, Q Garden, SJ Knowledge' Wonder Years Tonight Show Cheers 92925 Late 34205673 Festival 7241 8 Real TV 36383 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nightline Late 77151857 Tonight Show 4473596 Movie * * ', "Delta Force 2" (1 990) 45381 586 Movie *** "Private Parts" (1997) (CC) 1509741 Movie "Love! Valourl Compassion!" (1997) (CC) 3547673 Movie *** "Selena" (1997) Jennifer Lopez. 6224470 Our Favorite Toys (R) 961 505 Impact 51 6079 X-Files 56091 66 Justice Files 964692 Sports 369370 Moneyllne X-Files 5679925 Movie "The Gunflghter" (1950) 65507147 WWF War Zone (CC) 501 147 Happy Days Lucy 125876 663147 Silk Stalklngs 504234 M.T. Moore Taxi 496876 (Q MTV tQlhe Nashville Network 33 Comedy Central jfl Odyssey 3D ESPN EJESPN2 SDThe Family Channel EDTNT EQ Cartoon Network Q9 SCI Fl 03 Animal Planet 03 Lifetime ODCNBC HI Encore Plus E0The Learning Channel 60 Fox Sports Network S3 Arts & Entertainment EB Black Entertainment TV @D Unl vision ES Disney IS El Entertainment Q) Showtime 7:00 Road Rules 7:30 Road Rules Today's Country 266383 8:00 Road Rules 8:30 Road Rules Prime Time Country 275031 Movie ** "Dutch" (1991) Ed O'Neill. 2633483 Our House 4726321 TBA 152296 9:00 Road Rules 9:30 Darla307418 Country Dance 295895 Paula Poundstone 3473893 10:00 10:30! Lovellne 939031 Dallas 265654 ,:' Dally Show Stein's Money Movie "Orphan Train" Slum orphans are transported west to find new families. 2673692 • •" Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Conference Semifinal Game 6 - Stars at Oilers 280760 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Capitals at Senators 1300334 Rescue 911 94941 8 NBA Pregame Johnny Bravo Diagnosis Murder 9581 66 NHL 9523532 Mike Luplca Hawaii Five-0 938302 NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) 864166 Flintstones Sightings 8543963 Animal Doctor Vets 32944 Unsolved Mysteries 945692 Hardball 3531 01 2 Movie "3 Wishes" Cont'd Extreme Machines (R) 291079 Last Word (R) Sports 464963 Biography 967789 Planet Groove 256031 Esmeralda96128 Movie "Parent Trap" Cont'd Oksana Balul 899760 Movie ***'i Bugs & Daffy 1873019 Sliders 8529383 Crocodile Hunter 92302 Tom and Jerry VR.5 85491 47 Scooby Doo Great Bears of Alaska 121 66 Movie "To Save the Children" (1994), Robert Urich 932128 Rivera Live 3540760 Brian Williams 3537296 Movie "Gregory's Girl" (1982) 2206321 Survivor Science 277499 Strongest Man TB A 849944 "^ NHL 8285789,; 700 Club 948789 . ' Insde-NBA Johnny Bravo WCW Monday Batman ]• SeaquestDSV 3634708 ^ Animal Doctor New Attitudes Vets 30147,, i; Golden Girls Charles Grodin 3530383 ', Movie "Darling Lill" (1970) (CC) 63880925 , • Survivor Science 280963 Extreme Machines (R) 283050' NFL Europe Football Amsterdam Admirals at Frankfurt Galaxy. 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