The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 19, 1998 · Page 17
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Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 19, 1998
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1998r 87 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). An informal talk clarifies vague ideas. The boss is impressed with you for different reasons than you think. Seeing a commitment through brings satisfaction to you and to others. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You have a better sense of direction now than you did last week. A new flexibility and love of life is yours. A family phone call might result in plans for a visit. Be firm with someone who tests your principles. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A pet notion turns out to be wrong. Chronic difficulty is a thing of the past. A suspicion could prove to be valid. Use your ingenuity to extricate yourself from a ticklish situation. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Sensible spending saves you from a world of woe. Have confidence in your intuition. If you love a perfectionist, you may have to soothe some ruffled feelings in the morning. — 9 Love at first sight is not impossible. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You discover a powerful talent you've had all along. Take care of family obligations as cheerfully as possible. The response to your suggestions is positive. It may be difficult to get a Pisces to give you a definite answer. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 19). This year offers so many opportunities for spiritual renewal, it could become confusing! There are chances for deeper meditation and knowledge of your body through exercise. Your health improves dramatically now. Love a,nd romance are found with a Taurus or Virgo now. You could marry in December or April or next year. Your lucky numbers are 30, 35, 39, 48 and 52. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). An explanation could erase a nagging doubt. Don't underestimate upcoming expenditures. The desire to give is your first motivation in a relationship. Mind over matter makes you a winner. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). A philosophical frame of mind helps you to quietly go about your business while others become confused or distracted. Don't let an appointment slip your mind. An unimpressive beginning leads to impressive results. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Be democratic about something that must be shared. Make an introduction -- you are a matchmaker. Try to avoid the company of quarrelsome persons. Don't ignore someone who cares for you. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Pay attention to a doubt or suspicion, as it is well- founded. A remote possibility could become reality. Someone who refuses to deal with others might decide to confide in you. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A missing link is found. Be ready to laugh if a joke is on you -- the tables will turn later. A new romance takes you by surprise. Behind-the-scenes activity is the real force behind a company matter. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). A second choice turns out to be better than the first. Indefinite plans are made firm. Give your real opinion rather than what you think another person wants to hear. ";.:• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Obsolete tools or methods should be replaced. Keep up with paperwork. Faced with a choice, what you choose might surprise you. A meeting is destined. Small but important gains are made in an ongoing legal process. *Bad **Falr *** Good Dickinson Theaters ' Children $3.75; Seniors $4.00; •Primellm»idulUS3.75; OlherTImes $5.75 . Sunset 2, Sunset Plaza All seats $1.50 Matinees; $1.75 Evenings Saline Art Center Regular Admission $5.50, **** Excellent ($4.50 SAC Members); •Prlmetlme $4.00, ($3.50 SAC Members) The Horse Whisperer PG13-rating *** 7:00 Central • 2 hours 40 mln. Black Dog PG13* rating ** (•5:20)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 29 min. Paulie PG« rating ** ("5:00) Central • 1 hour 27 min. Les Miserables PG13'rating **% 7:30 Central • 2 hours 14 min. Deep Impact PG13 • rating **'/> (*5:10)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 55 min. Primary Colors R« rating**** (•5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 23 mln. 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 ** ("5:05)-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** 1 /! 7:00 Sunset • 2 hours 5 mln. The Borrowers PG • rating *** 7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 29 min. WEATHER f -5 !. • s <> .-"' Kansas today PEOPLE 65 LOW ,. ., ' " " ' > ? " >s < s > > * ; V * ' < -- V . / , f Sday, mostly sunny and very warm. High 90* 5 - ' ' ",*«I^iu «.t_ii 'a/4'i£ 4fe ^.CL. . "' ' * -' • f,V"' ! -, ,wtna Wo ip rnfih. V, vTdrjigKt, partly dbu%Lb#65, , / - v ' ' "'""" ' " ' ' "' " ' " 6:14 auni. Todays Sunset Tomorrow's Sufirtee ' Extended forecast WEDNESDAY: v, Mdstly sunny and cloudy with a chance •• o ; continued very warm, of evening and U«o« ;, /High in the lower 90s. overnight ';? ;; Wednesday nightr thtinderstorms,HigHs ,i jTpalfy, clolidy with a in the 80s. Lows in , ;, Ichahce.of evening the 60s.,, .lindlp^emight .'; . • SATURDAY: Partly thurtdefstorrris^ Lows cloudy with a chance iff the 6,0s., , of evening and />?> A ..•THURSDAY: Partly/ overnight, :,' ,. ; .cloudy with a chance thunderstorrnsjHigHs V , , of evening and ' in the 80s. Lftws ih ! f ; ; , overnight ' ! ' '_ -ithe60s^;.^\,,;,'''! 70s' -u.«u» 6 ^ s \ \ \ \ -r\ \ s \ \\\\\ . . ^. . •: <i .':* i .':* Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy FRIDAY: Partly Lbw?iri Salina yesterday V . :: 'Source: Salina Journal Weather Station , fA"-'/ '.' ' TEMPERATURES ,,' .'. , Yesterday Normal Record/Year , High 98 77 98/1956, Low 69 55 , 29/1953 » High and low to 9 p,m, PRECIPITATION , Monday (to 9 p.m.) :;; ;•; , Sunday (24 hours) i , May to date Average May Year to date Average year through May Average year KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol T ADVICE 50s 70s 80s FRONTS: 80s © 1998 AccuWeather, Inc 100s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pre!a[ "° „__ ^^ . HL EE3 ESI LUI HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Begley likes his gas natural PORTLAND, Ore. — For Ed Begley. Jr.., road trips don't include pit stops at^tfte gas station. That's because the actor's blue Ford Contour sedan runs on compressed natural gas. It can go about 225 miles before refueling. "I haven't been to a gas station in 8V4 years," he said. BEGLEY •• Begley's preference i * for alternative fuel meant he had to do-a little planning before a recent 1,300-mile trip from Los Angeles to Portland to pick up his son, a freshman at Reed College. Before he left, he had to make sure, he would pass natural gas refueling terjni- nals along the way. ' For shorter trips, the actor drives a solar-charged electric car. ' ;*• *,^ Short to do radio show ; : NEW YORK — Martin Short's new talk show will not be his first, but it will be'Kis first before an audience. ^ 7 As a teen in Ontario, Short had his'oWn make-believe shows in his attic. King World announced Monday that Short^vill be getting the real thing this time, a shtiw that will debut in the fall of 1999. •••• "How will this show be different? I'll be on it, I guess," Short said of how he wj,ll distinguish himself from the many other talk-masters. King World executives said they sighe'd the former "Saturday Night Live" comic because of his broad appeal. Depardieu hurt in crash VERSAILLES, France — Gerard Depardieu suffered scratches on his face Monday in a crash on his motorbike, police said. The French actor lost control of the vehicle on a highway west of Paris, a police spokesman said. Depardieu's movies include "Cyrano de Bergerac," "Green Card" and "The Return of Martin Guerre." DEPARDIEU < '' f o:od 0.00 1.38 4.25 8.47 20195 t ( V, 'Beiolt' - ' ' Chanuta • •• Coricordla 1 . ' DodaeCity- Emporia Garden Cltv Goodland Hill City Hutchlnson Lawrence • • -. • Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 93 , 6-93 98 87 96 92 96 95 89 96 87 95 88 89 LO 57 87 66 63 67 54 57 61 65 67 71 69 69 70 66 PREC .02 .04 •' t 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 55 88 73 88 94 80 88 84 73 84 90 85 89 93 62 LO 40 63 59 61 70 49 66 60 53 64 67 63 68 68 50 ' OTLK Cldy ' - Clr • elr< Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy . Cldy Richards takes a tumble NEW YORK — Keith Richards was reaching for a book, honest. Not the Wild Turkey. The hard-partying Rolling Stones guitarist took a tumble in his Connecticut home over the weekend, injuring his ribs' and chest and forcing the band to post-! pone at least four concerts in Europe. : Richards was in his library and had climbed on a chair to get a book, band spokeswoman Fran Curtis said. ; From Wire Service Reports Niece should do her own wedding dirty work Dear Ann Landers: I'm writing about those siblings who were suing their sister because they thought she had squandered their inheritance caring for their parents. In an attempt to avoid any possible arguments among our four children, my wife and I have stated in our wills that all liquid assets will be divided equally and all material assets be professionally appraised and sold at auction, with the proceeds being divided equally among our children. If any one of them should want a particular item, he or she may have it, but the appraised value will be deducted from that person's share of the estate. We hope this will avoid the mad scramble and "looting" that often takes place ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc, when an estate is to be settled. This kind of behavior occurs all too often and usually results in bad feelings and family breakups. We also have made the provision that if we should have to live with one of our children because we cannot care for ourselves, that child will be rewarded with an additional 3 percent of the estate for each year the child takes care of us. That money will be taken in equal amounts from each of the others' shares. This seems to be the only fair way to reward the sacrifice that one of our children might make to care for us while the others do nothing. While it may create some bitter feelings, my wife and I feel it is the right thing to do. Do you agree? — Peacemaker in Corinth, N.Y. Dear Peacemaker: I agree with your plan to divide your worldly goods. However, I have a suggestion regarding your living arrangements when you can no longer take care of yourselves. TV TONIGHT Since it sounds as if you have a substantial amount of money, why not plan to live independently with live-in help and forget about moving in with any of your children? Dear Ann Landers: My niece, "Yvonne," is getting married in a few weeks, and she has given me the unpleasant assignment of telling my daughter that she is welcome to attend the wedding but that her husband, "Bert," is not. Yvonne said the invitation was sent to "Mr. and Mrs." by mistake. I'm sure my daughter is going to be upset by this, and I doubt that she will attend the wedding without her husband. I feel as if I have been placed in a very awkward position, and I don't know how to handle it. Please tell me what to do. — Straitjacketed in the Golden West Dear Golden West: To invite half of a married couple to any event would be insulting. Also, it would be in extremely poor taste to tell a woman, "Your hus band was invited by mistake." Let your niece know that if she doesn't want Bert to attend the wedding, she will have tcj tell him so herself. -J t Dear Ann Landers: I've been meaning' to say thank you for eight years. Now I'n^ going to do it. { I had a situation at work that was mak+ ing me miserable. I'd wake up in the night perspiring and hating the people who had caused the problem. I developed a rotten cold that I couldn't get rid of for months' Then, in March 1990,1 read a Gem of the! Day in your column. It said: "Hanging on--' to resentment is letting someone you de-^ spise live rent-free in your head." ; That did it. Whenever I would become; angry, I would recite that Gem to myself.; Within a week, my cold disappeared.' Thanks a million. — Grateful in D.C. '• Dear D.C.: Thanks for letting mei know. I'm "Grateful in Chicago." \ 5/19/98 BPBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Q NBC, Wichita QFOX, Wlchlta-Sallna QCBS, Topeka Q Access 6, Sallna B FOX, Kansas City QPBS, Wichlta-Hutchinson QABC, Kansas City I0ABC, Wichita QCBS, Wichita IB NBC, Kansas City fQ Encore BWTBS fQcinemax BOstarzl ED HBO S Discovery @0 CNN BDf/x SjAmer. Movie Classics S3 US A ID Nickelodeon 7:00 Nova 30635 Mad-You4819 7:30 Mad-You 513 8:00 8:30 Frontline 431 55 Frasier3567 Frasler 2074 Movie "Gargantua" (1998) Adam Baldwin. (CC) 58722 JAG 70277 Community 22286 9:00 9:30 10:00 Colors Straight Up (CC) 94345 Dateline 2971 News 14074 Real TV 37600 Movie "When He Didn't Come Home" (1998) (CC) 87513 Career 3345 Quitters 5180 Movie "Gargantua" (1998) Adam Baldwin, (CC) 87345 Savage Skies (CC) 83703 Home Imp. Home Imp. JAG 23345 Mad 41 6797 Soul Man SoulMan 2797 Mad 236093 Frontline 92451 Home Imp. Home Imp. Festival 51616 Sallna 58093 News 96180 Jackie Onassls-lntimate 89987 NYPD Blue 907258 NYPD Blue 925074 Movie "When He Didn't Come Home" (1998) (CC) 43109 Frasler 598345 Movie **« "Protocol" (1984) 9436857 Frasler 500180 Dateline 485432 News 6001819 Roseanne News 8551 81 9 10:30 Wholey 63548 Tonight Show Cheers 76600 Late 34272345 Life One Hundred One 97906 News 14838 Walt for God News 90641 80 News 8143277 News 8138345 News 830513 Real TV 90258 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtllne Late 77128529 Tonight Show Movie * * * "A League of Their Own" (1 992) Geena Davis. 64753971 Movie * * * "Total Recall" (1990) Arnold Schwarzenegger. 13218513 Movie ** "My Fellow Americans" (1996) (CC) 209744 Movie ** "Prefontalne" (1997) Jared Leto. (CC) 2293987 Movie * "Anaconda" (1997) (CC) 208906 Wild Discovery 403838 World Today 945884 X-Files 5574426 Movie Cont'd Larry Sanders New Detectives 489258 Larry King Live 102172 X-Files 5656074 Movie "Hell Bent for Leather" (1960) 325987 Walker, Texas Ranger 807780 Secret of Alex Bewitched Movie *K "Cyborg" (1989) 81042797 Movie "The First Wives Club" (CC) 1591722 Movie **s "Liar Liar" (1997) 5777991 Real Sports (CC) 852180 Mafia Women 492722 World Today 941 068 X-Files 5676838 Marlon Brando 854548 Boxing Wayne McCullough vs. Juan Polo-Perez. (CC) 702136 Wonder Years Wonder Years Happy Days Lucy 656093 2523906 4460068 "Mother Night" (1996) 12481 9 Justice Files 4021 09 Sports 558987 Moneyllne X-Flles 5573797 'Streetcar-Desr." 2407703 Silk Stalklngs 257221 M.T. Moore Taxi 927093 IB MTV EQThe Nashville Network 13 Comedy Central IB Odyssey SO ESPN B9ESPN2 GQThe Family Channel ED TNT E0 Cartoon Network EBsci FI EEJ Animal Planet E0 Lifetime 60 CNBC ED Encore Plus SJThe Learning Channel 3D Fox Sports Network §0 Arts & Entertainment Si Black Entertainment TV 00 Univlslon GB Disney Q9 El Entertainment Q) Showtime 7:00 Artist Cut 7:30 Say What? Unspoiled Country 720838 8:00 8:30 Total Request 381 797 Prime Time Country 706258 Movie "The Return of the Pink Panther" (1975) 6938695 Our House 4793093 CeCe's Place 460651 3 9:00 True Life 9:30 True Life Country Dance 71 9722 Viva 6318180 1 Night Stand Bobby Jones Gospel 4799277 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Semi. Gm. 6 - Red Wings at Blues 198616 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Sabres at Canadians 9209105 Rescue 911 470635 NBA Pregame Chicken Diagnosis Murder 3831 55 Baseball NHL 5460722 Hawaii Five-0 476819 NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) 318838 Fllntstones Sightings 8510635 Animal Doctor Vets 21 884 Unsolved Mysteries 483109 Hardball 3435884 Movie "Cooley High" Cont'd Trauma: Life In the ER 71 5906 Last Word (R) Sports 988890 Biography 498906 Planet Groove 787258 Esmeralda 78722 Bugs & Daffy 9673631 Forever Knight 84231 55 Vets 82451 Vets 78258 Tom and Jerry Scooby Doo Rash 8516819 Untamed Alaska (R) 61432 Movie **s "Blind Judgment" (1991) 463345 Rivera Live 3517432 Brian Williams 3431 068 Movie **» "Protocol" (1984) 2186513 Earthquake! (R) 628426 V-Max 177242 Sports 269277 10:00 10:30 Lovellne 477548 Dallas 729109 Dally Show Stein's Money Trapper John, M.D. 4792364 Sportscenter(CC)860109 Strongest Man RPM 8245161 700 Club 479906 Insde-NBA Chicken 959682 Batman SeaquestDSV 36941 80 Animal Doctor New Attitudes Vets 90242 Golden Girls Charles Grodln 3434155 Movie "A League of Their Own" 80192906 Survivor Science 704890 Coin' Deep (R) 144529 Columbo 305242 Hit List 788987 Pueblo Chlco, Inflerno 81242 Movie "Magic Island" (1995) (CC) 1475451 Comlcvlew 791451 Primer Impacto Hoc. 74906 Movie "Alice In Wonderland" (CC) 59997884 Death in Mallbu: Charlie Minor - True Hollywood Story 764567 Movie ***s Donnle Brasco' (1997) (CC) 4969971 Talk Soup Night Stand Trauma: Life In the ER 714277 This Week In NASCAR 147616 Law & Order 497277 BET Tonight 701 838 P. Impacto Notlclero Uni. "Moochle-Pop" 154906 ' Stem 771 242 Stem 853890 Movie *** "Hard Eight" (1996), John C.Reilly 81314074 ; CHANNELS NOT LISTED: ID Prevue, 10 Weather Channel, fQbducatlon Access, S3 Government Access, H3 Headline News, H-JCSPAN, S3 Home Shopping Network, &JQVC, IB Country Music Television, SJJVH-1, EBFit TV! EBCSPAN2 EQ Court TV, 03 MSNBC, ESHome & Garden, S) Knowledge TV, EQTCI FYI, CD Fox News, GQThe Food Network, GB America's Jewelry Store, QJ-E Request, EB Playboy/Action

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